The Palatka weekly advertiser
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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 31, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00030
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL. X, NO. 30. PALATKA, FLORIDA, ThURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902. HI. Per Year.Here's .

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"" "" "" UUINUS: ON: IN FIA)\III LA. Tho Kiivamiiih News says: "A rumor The letter' which Bishop ThonmsO'Uormmi
I I In current In Jacksonville that ot Sioux Falls. S. D., who
Your : OUT OP THE i Hovernl of tho schools III St. Julius asserts' I thnt 1 lie Soul I hern Hallway I left Home hint Hntlrdny. bears from

county have opened. liar acquired I t the, "IUI'IIL8t, ConstRnllwny. the 1'opu to Preslnnnt Roosevelt.
ORDINARY. I i Wliilo I I hl8 ... no thanks the latter for the cnngratulntlons -
= St. Augustine and PoLand are official 1 utterance to show whether unil gifts petiented to his holi

having a building< boom. or not this repoit is true it yet begs film to acceptin return -
S "" "" "" "" "" "" nl8ld
Dr. n. (l. Hunter, a dentistof St. meets with general credence. In a HUlvenlr of the Pontiff's good
HB WAS WEI.OOMI Augustine died Sunday 1II01'U Inll' t Hint city I ft Is even said that will. ,, 1.lpr also expresses. satisfaction -
Grand nil I I of I Ihe details of the acquisitionhnebiien wll) result of the negotiations -
OpportunityWe The boy In the boarding house wns The enterprlnlngcItleiiH of Bnrtow and that thn I curried by William H.
brcitkfiist. ,and. 1 WHH t trying his bent have raised *2fuiMt( fur a new hol..l.JOll..ph formal I perfect, completed 1 Ion of ,n merger' IlfII Taft, governor Oi the Philippines,

to nllt Ills <*gg fiikklv| 1 so I.. could Xlmnnles him been appointed that Is .needed to put) II'. I H. M.Flagler's which his holiness says has augmented ,
take. I the only one remaining in tile i tax assessor for (St. Johim county. road under' the ownership his affection' for tho United.
dish 1 b.rore. nni'lhiT, boarder, who hoI of the Southern." tiiten. The entire' letter Is couched ,
C-- =35Sg ssssssy-> I thought) had deslgim upon it, could All suctions. of the state lire reportIng [ In thu I most cordial' terms. '
appropriate It, says the New York plenty of rain hue post two I .. .
Sim., Ho wns a Hinnll boy mitch weeks. UENKItAL NI:W An attempt of five men to wreck
rlvluig <10 uHllIg)huge; word at random. nn iiinotning trolley car at the rifle
take annual Summer
our Inventory August There n large tire burning In the
'hue I'ggstill reposed', In thndlHh when rangH, a short distance north of
muck lands across thu hike fromIvlMslmmee. A severe storm visited Michigan,
Itoclii-Htcr. N. Y. the Rochester
lie wim romly to cat; It, so, looking on
,. I ho table he remarked Sunday Inol'1011. corn wheat and niifl Ironcleiuolt Railway I late Suncliiy -
u-riins uppruliuiiHively |
Between and then "there'll be doing
ist. now something : The law firm of AnderHon & Ilocltor out crops wore I.vI.I. The upper nll\'lt. resulted In a rear end col

'.Is I that egg occupied? If It lsnt ()cuu In, Man been. dissolved by mutual wOI'k. ol the 1\1'h IgIII Central car 1111}UII II which seven passengerswere
FEARNSIDE'S" if low Summer Clothes I Hhoiild I like I to hnve It consent. furry were completely; wrecked atDetroit. seriously and' several others
at .
prices on The other I Iiimrder< smilingly replied slightly Injured and two score or l
The sevuu-yenr-old of 11. SoInno -
[ ., while I iiiiHHing( the dish : son Flood condition* In Texas so far as moro piiHHengors miraculously escaped. .:
the "I hope' not. Hit Ilf you are welcomti was' severely, scalded lit Armstrong heard lumi iu'uvliig. At Wa All the serioimly Injured re- ,
for with people. last Fiiilny., II'OIII'O
anything ( to it." co the Jh'/"OH river began fulling at : ddo In Rochester. Five tmm under "

There will be nn Inteistato gnu: 1 11 I o'clock Saturday night, and the : the Influence of liquor had placed

in Men's Summer Clothing has ACIKINCI BAI'MILY- shoot at White Kprlngs during the observation himdny night showed, a several lengths of picket f.ncilg. and .
Everything Weight A conductor on one of the Rending latter part of August.A decline of five feet. This was sutll- I other material on the track because,
clent to the river back withinIts is they said, they had to
"locals", WIIK, bunded a ticket for colored woman was clinked to brjiur attempted
been reduced cent. Wayne Juctlon by n liidy who lion riled death at Tituit\llle Sunday morning banks.Berry fag oilier' 'In-bound curs without suc
I determined
25 per to make sure
}Ills train' the other day in the by gome unknown puirt3c.'Two Donnhuo, a Justice of the if the alI next attempt.
ompany of a bright-looking! little and wl i-to-do I living I
This is a big reduction to make in Clothing. Especially 11'11'1. siiys t the Philadelphia Times. have white hnc'nlll'r..II".dlll buys about I 11 Ht I years Angustine olnge near peace' I.tmt I roll a 'I'enll.shot farmer and killed I Ainil' Jlallarl.a native of India
Me I looked thechlKI, and then asked Sherman Dyer )hiiniday tuuorui luig. who r"MII"d II Han J'rlLncIMco.
I for another ticket charged with breaking into IItore. Both inun atteld"l. dance Halur-, far buck memory whi.

such clothing as we offer. "I've never had to pny for her ba- tIny night, nl<1 \\ .. they were going nan' runs, dead nt the age 11)
tore," was the mother's reply. Very important changes nre being home the tragedy occurred. Bad yearn. Aupl Slain Marl had. a mOlt
"How old Is she?" asked the. con* made In the Flnglor. hotels. at Ht.Augustine feeling had existed between them romantic career. According to the

The Suits are the kind that embrace style finish dll<'lor. tho Alca/ar and Cordova, over the outcome of a lawsuit. Do- story of his life told several years
"t1 ve yenrH.VhY. ." this week. nahue escaped "igo, before bis, mind becamacioudud,
"\ mamma! I'inO( !I" protested heIN the sun of an IndlHix Prince,
An effort tls being, mad to Induce Dr. : once well
the child.} Eugene UIIHconr. 1111 was kidnaped when he was a
and fit.
"Hh"'N-Hhe's nearly 8," hurriedly the city council of TallnliuaHee. to known an I\IIIUOIIHtH"ln..urologl.t., child all.1 taken to the Hawaiian Island -
explained the mother., "That Is, amond the eleven o'clock cloning law. committed milcld Sunday at ills There he lived for some years

This is oppportunity. Grab it. '. she's Just going on ft." General protests have been Hied. sou's home \VIIshlllR'L'H' by vending a slave to a Chinese; plallt..I and fluilly -
you & The conductor" looked at the Letters patent have been granted' a bullet through his bruin. Dr. came to ('" as a fuglI -

mother for a second l, and then as he for the liicorpointtou of the McDonald Gilscour had been dejected and ve. From' a Malay on a sailing I
turned nwny said: Lumber Company at f'araillse, morose for several weeks and had he learned that his father and

"Well, imiihim, if I were you, I'd Alacliua county with a capital stockof become physically and mentally brothers had spent years in trying
Fearnside & Company. HIV a ticket for her on the return $24IXX). weakened from the use of iutromigmuarcoticc. \ to truce him and had Anally met
tilp.. She's likely to be all of U by He served on the Confederate leath In resistance to British In
then." Tallahassee will soon have an elec- side in the civil war.' their own, country! .
trlct L. A Pool of (
light plant. Ulyndjn -
Oen. Fitzhngh Lueuuiuys"X. believe. "State Earl Sloan of South
Paik 1\1 d. has been awauledthe
lint the eilnln in Cuban allalrs is
:Ea.J.a.'tka.. 1oric: contract of supervising the con 'arollnu has received the following
The tell this The Cubans were' an
English pnpurg story struction. now. promised 1..lterfrol Hon. W. J. Bryan; Lin
of an Incident in H revision court: Independent government cuil. Neb. My dear sir':-I am gong -
- A certain person who figured on Arch Jackson charged with the have it. Now they will have to to have, just above the fireplace

Cull for Second Democratic J C Osteen W U W Brook; J M ABK rout PBOTKCTIONThe the reglHter wan objected to by one of murder of O. L. York at Gainesville prove that they can give security toproperty In the newspaper room ot my new

Kelly Clerk. followhuj very unl<|iie lettervirn the agents on the ground that he WAS was placed under, $ION bond for his and maintain order in the home, a mosaic made up of stones
dead. The revising barrister declined nt the next term of circuit !island I If they do not to .
Primary MoxR.n'IIl\I".I., No 17-John Livingston ri-ceived by Chief; of Police Nor- appearance cOle up from the states which I carried In
the however court. the mark the Island muxt beuome
Ga. accept aKHiimuce, either I desire a piece of
rlsnt :
AUGUST ISiili 1102. S J Rest S J Yau8e; F H AugiiHta of the United States campaign.
dcinnnded conclusive either
Union S. C.. (he 10th 1IMI2.( The and testimony Mr.' and Mrs. Frltchle Monson are part or granite, or marble if possible. I
Cnclel'the Call Mudo for it SSoeomt Vance Clprk.UALDWINS. Chief Dour Sir': I seat myself to on tho point.Thereupon. the lrOlIlIIJlu'.utH. of a flue 111 tie hoy. .dependency of thin country. vant a piece tel inches square pol-

Primary Klectloii. No 18-H T Fowler, J [pin you that we the colored peopleof the agent of the other The little fellow Is Mrs' Muu,ou'" During a severe electrical storm shed on the face and three inches
A Knight John Price; L Konnell, Union H C do expect 101'1111III excoiiHtlon Hide rose and gave corroborative evidence first and Mr. Monson's seventeenth.St. which Nwep down the Potomac river thick. The name of the state willb
The State Democratic Executive: triiln' I to your city the 7 of /lH to the decease of the gent Ionian ;. AugiiHtlnu Record. Thursday lightning struck one of the '. curved here so that the letters
Clerk.UKANDIN; I do auk yoit will bent in 'qiiKHtlon."And housws the Indian be uniform. If you will pick "
fixed the date for 1Io1ll"IIHtlml you Hinnll power at "I
Committee having
No 1 )-J Tlmmons, > kind to and sun that we nre cared J pray, sir, how do you know The corn and cotton crops. of the Head proving ground, and burned upTi4MiOiioitltdc4.Of such a stone and send It to me by
the second primary on Aug.! 12th, A J Padgett G II Mobley; W I S Kims, for what time we lire In your city. I the man s dead remarked the barrister. "- southern part of Madison county were [ ".mokeloH8.powder. freIght' I shall be glad to reimburseyou

]IK)2): the Demoerntlo Executive Committee Clerk. nxk you this hccaiiHe that Is my state greatly\ damaged by storm a fewweeks Kear-Adinlml O'Neil, chelf of the to the extent of any expense you
of Putnam County lieroby Issues anti whit people)> of this tell the colored "'Well wns the reply 'I 1I01l'tkllow. ago but the fimimre. are now of the ordnance, stated that ho IL nay' Incur, Yours truly W. J. Bryan. -
BANNKBVIM.K No 2D! -W C Carter It's (Icultto and fair
people of till". Tell the colored very < prove. hopeful expect n crop. 4
received, olilclul on the
second not an report
call for primary -
I formal a .
Ity I returnee! tha. Ir-
J M Hall W J Bryan; E II all much norotI "AH Huxpeclnd of
oil are so advices
people Unity James M. Milliard ex-mayor matter, hut \private are to
election to bo on August I 1:1: ate hnrrlster. You don't knowwhether The people of Oconee South Carotna i
Conway Clerk.BOHTWHK; hail I they are hour and. I tell 1 thorn It PeiiHUUola, dl.Lt his home In that the collect that no ]' were Injured -
1HO2 t: III oauh election product In Putnam No 21-John W (Ills- Is not 80 and I unlit them to see forI The barrister he's dead gianced or not.I triumphantly city last Saturday night after a long by the accid..muit.harry 'lonl. lire of greatly oil In excited the southwestern over the discovery -
to ullow the Democratic I lieinselVHH. I do nxk you If you I'Iell8all' Illness with typhoid fever complicated -
County soil Win Register, L Williams ; It 1 sank hull that we a ron iiel the court. His expression Tracy, the fugitive convict part "t the county on the farm of aklr.
us 11 miiy the liver.
their choice for ], Jo by an abscess on
voters to express underwent the witness who beini '. J. B. McJunkln. The
J Hancock Clerk.; I hlveIII IntiTtnlnnii'iit) thnt night, so a n change as hl. furnishing excitement dlHcovef
the various State tvnd County officers FRANCIS No 22:! it W Bocks ..JI: have it nice thtio. and we {'(lilly continued I : The five-year old 1 daughter, of for the oltlcers and news : was made in a rather
they may
to "voted for at the November eloc- wIll mnk'o I'pllId I will auk "I was snyhiR, sir', that I don't Green JohiiHon: living near' '1'11 11/\- for the who has killed ler.' A tree growing near the house
the on Smith E W Smith; B 8 Browning yo"1101'11.I In. I lo you tell 1 gond. coloieilsltlsan I know whether hurt in dnnd or not, lint liOHHee. wns kicked by a liorso willie seven 1"lorR,111 tooth"I'H I' was struck by lightning nearly every .
tlon not selected primary Clerk ) to look, ''your and prepairplncrs I do know this. : They hurled. him sitting In buggy about two weeks since hn escaped from the Oregon time I thunder storm visited the re-

July IGth.I PAI.ATKA No 2M-MorlU Kohl, K for us tostuy with t thoni.1 nboiit 1 a month ngo! on suspicion., ngo, mid" I ilIad from the effects last penitentiary, wits a resident, of Hi ill gion. Three weeks ago 1>1'. Boland
Member of the HOUHO of Representatives. \ Thursday.Albert Pond. Md., bout tea years "101'0. He iHklllnd representing
C Kelly Win Ivers; Bon Koilila l I will close \Dear, sir Imping that i icm"II.I.I" mllornlol\18t.
EARNs 1 KIHXING AHUTCHKK burlier, chop there, and nn ox tell company in
will oblige UH that far. <(liui. HV 01 Phln
Clerk.PAI.ATKA. you 'V. (flleiiriutot Puiitn (lord, Vthun everything "..Iphll, happened to stop .
for DIs- Pluasii niiHw er nt) oncoMB. lef toukbolt i
1 County CommlHHloiier member of the HOUHO of llepieHentatlves iIcJiinkin'H homo and his
No 24-J H Ainbrom, J. K. HI HIv \). to III- with him blt tie town. No wundur attention
trlct No. 4. Win Bunl J D Jef If anybody should happen for 1WW): and 1895 i IIIIM announced ) he has had so close shaves. was nt once drawn to this tree. After -
John Billotte ; inlru t aliout soiiin prompt nnd l wonderful ) ,
for DIs- ( thnt he will be a candidate for an investigation of the mirroundngs -
1 County Commissioner fords Clerk.PALArKA. method 1 of raining t the "Almighty Speaker in the event of hilt election Frank Carlnon nnd George Baldwin the doctor told Mr. MoJunklu
trtcb No.5. No 21'N B Hagnn E \ I.I.RT IN BAIIB'H RItA I 11'.rhl..lIrold u I lid lii r," HO dear to tln> henitof In November, of lurtllld. Ore., each aged 111) hat appearances Indicated petro-
This primary l la to be Olldlll'te,1IIl1dor EmIl tViigiii'P of every true American It would he ol"lrl"'d.over two girls In abundance and Insisted
Davis years euin
the same rules ui>d regulations H Grooms, P. L Tlppens; \VuLtitoIiilLVls.., wiw llHi-luirged entirely' sate to refer them. to the The pier and warehouse used by whom both were paying attention.Cailson ipon Immediate. examination which
Clerk. from St. Joseph's Jfimpltal yestfrdny girls of MnysIdH, a liainlet near Fne-' the Clyde line nr thin foot of Catherine challenged Hnldnln to tight.
and hours that the first primary JOSEPH JRICR.Chalrmnn :. morning with a bullet In his 1 braIn' hold N. J., says the Philadelphia street, Jnckson\llle, were destroyed The fight took place with bare was reluctantly granted.

was held under. Dem. Ex. Coin which It Is believed he will carry for Press. The novel /financial methods : Sunday night by Ore' between knuckles in the presence of relatives State Senator John P. Moore of

JOSEPH PRICE Attest. I the remainder of his life but without of these voting: women were developed I 110 clock nnd midnight. Loss estimated and friends of both boys In an unfrequented Worcester Co., Md., tells of an ex-

Chair' nem. Ex. Com. Inconvenience. The boy was I the other night In a most remiuknblu at tI:IrithN). part of the city. The light I parlance he had with Mr. John W.
J. N. BLACKWKLL, Secretary.IN

J. N. BLACKWELL, ....... .:. :.. . : . wounded May 6th with by a It nlne-yeiir-old small rifle while 1 brother the One manner.of I the churches needed a new Judge H. 11[. Cooperor St. Augustine the lasted end about of that twenty time minutes." r..cplvell At died hlackuy in London the great lost millionaire week. "Last who

Secretary.SECONU THE f'IlUTIT niL'KT FIFTH JI'TIIO two were walking In a Held on their carpet. There was no mistake about, bus been nppolnt. HI'A..IILIIIII\8-. a blow In the stomach and I September 1 was in Paris with Gen.

1AI. t'lmlTlr I IN ,AM IN <'UANI'.an.Alrn,1 Hilt PI'ISAIlUUN'rFl.UI1DA father's farm near Wantoma. that for the congregation had talked tar for the purpose[ of iiHcortnlnlng ground. When picked up he was Francis Waters and my son," said
; An examination showed the bullet about It every Sunday after. service the indebtedness against tile South dead. Baldwin Is in )Jail. Senator Moore. ""The boy was taken

IMUMAKY ELECTION ..r thu z..I.tutO Do.e of,Miiry AilinlnlHtrntnr L. JI..yu, had entered the little fellow's fore- for many a moon. Finally Sties! Ma Beach Rnllwny. The property/ will colored aged with typhoid fever and I cabled his
: INSPECTORS'; ANO DUOOII".I, } liend on the left side and had apparently tilda' BelHlmw hit (upon the happy probably be sold within "few Amos,IrldgowI8'. almost, iiothur to leave on the .steamship)
VM. Into Ills brain. He did "dollar social" nt her mouths. HI of 111. can
IU'S. passed I Idea of giving a Ururlii, which sailed from New ;
VLI U. II. ProiiUin,"t ill.To and aft.rtwo .. cope tim ( summer girl.
consciousness, could 1 l.tt..lIllllllle. wltl
not recover No
girl York "I had but the
on Saturday.
appoint .1.11. "....1,," ..if Wlirnnw (Ivonilil, andHunry doctors advised tho The people of Centra Hill and l vicinity He gallon of Ice cream' a few.
are the of of
The following persons Froiiuh, L.V.. lltmloll mill D.l'. lipton, days In the expressive language one the since and In 24 hours he was shortest possible margin to work on
ed to serve as Inspectors and Clerks; w In.Me resliluit.." )I. 1111k IIUWII.0I father, F. (I. Wagner to 8..lId'lhe Mlxs BeUhaw's associates, she "prolaced are greatly excited over days He developed before the steamer sailed. So I
to be ) tire liuruliv n"lul.1 to appear to the boy to St. Joseph's Hospital, in Milwaukee her plunk." It wee fartheriicifit'ti prospects of the discovery of petroleum sent in irons to ti. asylum. called for the manager of the cable ,
at the Democratic Primary hill!, of I'omlIIIIII'III,1 himtln BUIIIIIHI, 7011,OIl where X-riiy picture of should near that place. A party of violent symptoms Immediately -
an that the gills earn *
and to him how
of A. U, company
HrHt S.pIoI..t.er
or Iwtore thin Die they | the The
after cream
12 IfltBtCBKHCKNT him been In that section entlng
held on AUGUST his head 1 could l ho tnkm. He was the mon..y.Abollt capitalists anxious I was to get the message
CITY, District .No I- H''U further, onlertMl. Ihiil tlilMonlor iMt pub.Ifrtliedonw brought here and Dr. 1). J. Hnys forty of them did. Some of Investigating It Is stated that examination B to his sanity developed through. He shook his head and
wctkr rGJKlitl>iuNiit1ve w..ko'Iu indication of oil. thnt he was the victim of
11 is
had hopeof
E M McGrady, Redmond B Oautler llm fiilulkik Nell H nnil) .4.IverlImr. Knownpiiper the pnyslchin in charge: no the young women handed In their every hallucinations canning him to believe said. "I am afraid It cannot be got-
KilU rillninil, Ciitllity, Having\ him. For a week the child dollar without IL word of explanation through In time." "'Vhiiie I
publlMbiMl ; was
Clerk. nt
the Quln- tel
J H Harp; U Westcott, fIrh.In.Wituene. remained UllcolI..elIbut. meanwhile earned It. Others Death chentfl /gallows that; he \ the Mayor the Governor .
of how_they gave nlkliii 1 noticed a man sitting oil a
GEOHOKTOWN No. 2-J O Saunders my Immliiml >.81 of o/llco tbln 2.1 taken cy. Horace Slurry one of the three ', the police, Theodore Roosevelt
X-ray picture was of their
an nmiiHlng"accounts experiences box In the office He had a cigar In
". ur July, A. 1> 11102.Lt.ul1 confined. In the county Jail
J F Allen, E H t Steams; S H .y JOSEPh PIUOE, Clurk.lIollellA..I"r and the exact location of the bullet Tha funniest of all was that of at negroes thnt under' sentence to bang, and a monkey. its bald and seemed to be waiting
OWEN SMITH, determined. It wns in the rear' of Mildred% Danglers, a charming acidIlLt'Iuig place for me to end interview. "I
Causey* CI..rk.NORWALK. riled in the Jnll Friday" morning: of Richard Monde a night wnttman.on my
Complainant. the boy's brnln, about two inches young miss of 2(1(), who earnedher In could not help conversation -
No. 8-E K Burnlmm dropsy. The other two negroes: Kd- returning hOle hearlnlYOlr
from the skull. A fragment of dollar by kln hig the village Walter Danier will found his two little daugters, ," he your mea-
Joseph Joiner J. Mo N Bard j Uobt. NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FOR wax taken from the forehead, butcher The latter bus been heard die Turner and 1. dead urday from caused sage. If that mother's boy Is ill I
to-morrow Aug. by
W Bard Vlerk.'VELAKA Tax. Deed hotter Heottou 8 'ot Chapter according to the modern' Idea of to: remark that he got his money's be hanged twine tightly.tr"I.fllutloli.: tied their (get her the word that he Is bet

No. 4 -H H Bryant, O 4SB8! !I, Law of Florida.. surgery the bullet was allowed to remain worth. Furthermore the thrifty The electric and ice )plant of William throats. A third child IIroull was unconscious wi I know what will make a 10er's
Frank Wal- Notice la hereby giveo tlmtOoo. T. Una. In the br.lu.8, it is b..llev..db"Ht Miss i Dangler earned another dollar Curry) A "Sons, Key West exploded from the same cause, and his heart glad. "He turned to the
.1 Hunter. S H Green; cell, purchaser of Tax Certificate No. not to extract a bullet if It does towllrllI'"yllll\: the carpet by allowing at 8 o'clock Saturday morn wife lay in a cosmatoxe condition on manngerand said: "Stopall business

dron Clerk. DJO) dated the 3d day of .July \. 1)..letIt). not cause/ blood poisoning. i Chute Taylor to escort her' ,111\'. Three boilers burst, demolishing the floor, apparently suffering from clear the wire and have that message -
COMO, No. B Horace Prior, Chas has Iliad valil oertllloateln my ofllue and The little fellow was closely watched home after the sociable. All of the entire building. Pieces of alcoholism, C0ll1h1ltIth pdlson.According at the steamer. Before I could ;

OSlode, D 'V Perry; E F Sullivan, has made applIcatIon for tax deed to Is-. and every Uny physicians who which would liiiuly that Miss Dangler the boiler were thrown ten blocks to the police the woman collect mYHel lie had left the office. I
cue acnonlanoe with law SaW co, were interested the outcome but Is young woman very much In away. Slanyclthxons In the vicinity was of Intemperate habits and themiipp.isitioit You Imagine my surprise
tterk. tltloate euibraces the following describedproperty who predicted death at the end visited demniul Mayside. were slightly hurt .by bricks and Is that she strangled the when the manager said that was ;
POMONA Nos6-Jolm Cook, Cora I situated In Putnam County ,the hospital and saw the boy. Edith Currnu' earned her dollar by !pieces of Iron. Glasses were broken children while in a delirious condi- Mr. John, 'V. Mackay. Later in the j
Alvers. Spencer Mlddleton; Platt : Florida to wit: The father went back to his farm and pressing:; a suit of clothes for Thnd- down town. Two firemen were tion. day I received from Mr. Mackay .
Clerk.SATBUMA : N. of Myra Mltchel, Bk. ..1. Pg 42. anxiously awaited expected news deus Havens, a Mayside beau and! killed and five other men were severely note telling me that Mrs.' Moore' had .
.Berry, V Trial Ort, sectIon 40, township, 12:. of his son's death, which never came. by sweeping oil Mrs. Haven's porch. injured.B. Mrs. William Oebnuer wife of aweilknowit gotten the message and that the bill
HEIGHTS No 7-T range 211-13 acres. Finally he began to hope, and a few Jennie Ferry hulled strawberries for shoe merchant at8prlngt,1. was paid times over by thethollght
:Slinks, Benj) F McOraw, E B Philips The said land. being assessed at thedate days ago received word that he could a neighbor who was on the verge of "W. Wrenn late 1 lasnengertraffic 0., was shot Sunday and of many the Joy the mother felt.

; J P Bessant, Clerk. of the Issuance of suoh certlfloate lathe come after his boy. At the Wautoma her summer's preHervlng. Sadie manager of the Plant System, an hour the result of astray get to see Mr. Mackay although -
8-0 A Turner M name of M. E. Parkinson. Unless statIon' when ha got oil the train Dangler sold milk and bunched rliotiharb. Is now president of the Wrenn Combustion bullet fired by Homer Seek- I made several
SAN MATED No said oertlllent.e shall. be redeemed ao- yenterday morning with Emll In his Mrs.' Wm. F. Crainan shampooud Governor Company which ford who was Intent on shooting a during my stay. When I he.rd atempt
Solana jr.V? M Williams. ; W F cordIng to law tax dead will Issue arms, over :liNt) ( people crowded [ 1 her sister's hair bnthed her manufactures combustion governors Mrs. }Fleck whom he was following his death I cabled my sympathy to

Rogero Clerk. thereon on the !28tn day of July, A. D. around to see the boy and to welcome bat y and cleaned the church communion and steam damper regulators./ The home from church. Seckford had his wife..

EAST PALATKA No 9-W S Cone 11)02.):. him back home. set. Thatdnllar was fairly otHce is 229! roadway., New York. I tired two shots at Mrs. J'I..ck. neitherof
C E Witness my official signature aDd seal Dr. Hays In speaking the case earned. Ida Dangler! earned her Mr.' Wrenn has with him/n*secretary which took effect, wild
Thlgpen I
J Gould, J }) Hagau/ : this the :26to. day of.June A. D. IIMItl.:. last nl.fhtLld! that In the cuse of money on a wager by turning around and treasurer of the company James 'and the second of which struck Mrs. Pus Boss WORM MIDICIM.

Clerk LSealJ[ ] JOSEPH PRICE. Kmll Wagner the bullet had failedto the buggy/ of her couHln, Albert Har- J. Farnsworth lategeneral eastern Gebauer In the back.. 'fher. wan H. P. Kumpe, DrUIR8t' LeIghton 4
FKDEHAI POINT No 10-John V Clerk Circuit Court. Putnam Co Florida cut any of the Important blood dell In the street without upsettingIt. /agent: of the Plant System. H. B. much excitement after the occur. Ala.. writes: 'One h;!

Atkinson B B Dancy, J P Yelver- vessels and this fact, with the boy's Mrs.' Fields did sewing for some P. Wrenn is vice-president and gen rence and a crowd of men chased I a chid. which .Sick, and, threw
A "HoT-Box" SET OKKPKLKB- excellent vitality, account for. the neighbors who were too busy to do It eral manager of the company. Seekford Into a barn where he was could retain nothing on Itsstomach.
ton; E DDaney. Clerk. The Mont Pelee disaster was tRkfln fiLet that.he Is alive. themselves. Mis Bertha Dangler rescued by the police. He bought one bottle of .
PALATKA HKIOHTB, No 11-F B text by one of the speakers at a ... picked berries until her back ached.In The wife of a certain candidate W hit..'. Cream Vermifuge, and It
LaB.nrron. L T Dupree II A 13 Mo.. as rpcentnear-byoamp.meetlnl\'ot a negro --- -S tIe nature of things will leak this county who wound up in the A shooting affray over the theft ofa brought up 119 worms from the child.It .

Kenxle W O Hargrove Clerk. the' Philadelphia Bummer complaint Is unusually prevalent out in course of time how some of "also-ran" class. Is said to have given dime followed by an accident to '. the bosa worm medicine in the
; N Zionists He nays explained that. the erup- among children this season A welt the other maidens earned their dol- her disappointed spouse a pair of an ambulance bearing one of the victims worli." Whlt.Orem Vermifuge la al
PALATKA, No 13-N O DavU, Times. rebuke to the freed of developed. case In the wr\\ter'. family lars. The principal point now Is oversalls and advised him to apply to a hospItal Sunday night resulted 8 the children tonlo. It Improves
a (
]I Moragne, L. C. 8"pheun; Jmne Ailair tion mankind was along the following lines; was cured last week by the timely mm of that nearly tlO wns raised almost himself to learning the gentle art of In thn one lan and their digestion and assimilation of food

Clerk.PALATKA. "Deearf\ mv fr'en's, res"1 veil on Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and IMarrhiia enough to pay.fop the carpet. farming, for which he was evidently i the wounding of two others at Louis strargthens their nervous IIl.tel and '
No 1 -A 0 Phillips, J axeU weal1 know Horn' fin' euah R'/IIody-008 of the beat patent better fitted by nature tlmo for polltics. '- ville, Ky. George Heaboldt Is dead restores thxm to tha health, vigor and
'. axels ntfedlolnea manufactured and which Is The lady's advice Is sound, and and James Clark and William Sea- elasticity of spirits natural to childhood.25o .
to keep .m
S Courrler, H H Kent; J A Shelley am needed I.awd In His wisdom grelkled1so auto'slglit' always kept on hand at the home of yn Of what does a bad taste In your might be taken to heart by mautyof boldt are wounded. Clark who Is a at Aokertuan A: Stewart's, Palatka,

Clerk.PALATKA. de good lots, petrolyum Indo scribe. / This Is not Intended as a free mouth remind you? It Indicates that those who apparently aspire to be machinist, sent his boy to a store and Ixninds* drug store Oreaoant City,.

: No 14-J T Brown, Pat bowls ud puts de cart up for dat purpose. puff for the company, who do not advertise your stomach I. In bad condition and political bell-weathers. Indeed, for with ten cents but the lsd / held 5
O I Kowton 011 com..aalong with us, but to benefit little, sufferers will remind you that there I. nothing so everybody farming-especially In up and robbed by one of Hea-
Robtjalnee Htan'ard Comp'ny
McGraw, ; IH dat who may not bfl within easy .t>- good for such a disorder .as Chamber Dade county-would prove a for H> aboMt was shot thrul\'h LOST-A iote of lilU and signed by
'strax petrolyuin byburin' bldt'li.
Clerk, holes nn' In de cart, De earl sticks 0""'.. of a physician No family should lain's Stomach A: Liver Tablets after having more profitable and satisfying avocation Ilnp but it is not L. K. Eaten and wife. All partie
PALATKA No 15-Thou T Hay axels an' wont 'round no ba without a bottle of this medicine lo once used them They cleanse and than spouting politics. Some whether resulted from the are warnP from purchasing or.
Its fro
<3 E Johnson; Julius Hanna; WE on Dere is. a hot box jus' M tho' the house especially In the ummertlnn1. > Invigorate the stomach and regulate the "politicians" will havxnn opportunity wound or from the injuries receivedIn I"Un th. samo. Note Is date
' more. railroad\ train-an' .-Lanelng, Iowa, Journal.. For ..1.! bowels' For sale at 85o per bottle by to give It a trial anyway. rhe collision of the ambulance Nov..mbr 90>, luul and la itt o
Wattles Clerk. de wux a bill
ear fr'ens dera am trubble.1' by Aokarman Ik Stewart, druggists. 8 Aok rm.n AStewort, druggists S Miami Metropolis. with the street OUt Cornel.THE S
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THE PALATKA NEWS tonly four inches beat thick.the mule" with a club six feet. long and IMltllr aulot PRICES) SO LOW THAT

Sure Cure
"' i it AND ADVERTISER At the trial A. Frank Jenks, attorney for the Society 5511011$ The temptations to buy will d duA4ab
ly for the prevention of Cruelty to Animals,

1 u I,,,, Th,PnlMkft. Newt and AdvertlHpr hn be*." ftctertnlneil" by th..Third proved that the load of coal which the mnl refusedto Any lack. of Iron In the blood nowi In the Isos b BE IRRESISTIBLE. .i.iI
AiwlMtJbnt l*(, tmimtr, tlU1\I'"''U boa piibll*...tloii.miiniMl. to ntlm.HMlnii, Pallor I.l the .1...... Pallor also means much. ,
tjr? 'i to the iimtUnH. Nwoiid-c.iuu* matter,and bun nucortliiiKtjr' IMHIU mo e"- tackle weighed 2,000 pounds This weight, the mont It moan.starred nervous.y....... a debit I tMaB"10 e peed r Everything the big boy and f
+ ,.,11 tanxi at the PtUthika prwfce.'n !tuted" ooniHtlon of tbe vital'organ poor olrculatlun l'l'&II
I attorney asserted, was too great for one pair of and Impaired dlffeallon.. The norY_ the little boy should wear
.' t? mules to haul hill if '' the mmolos and all tbe onrana of Tour body got ye
and for other the 1
no reason ]
An unofficial Newspaper of the Democratic' sort-Jimt up i(their Caere"and.11 the m..rlal. for their repair SUITS MI
the klml you should i keep in your fitmUy. jury should return a verdict of guilty. from the blood. Pallor allows u>a.*all NORFOLK
.. '
Untie being vitality. Not a day ahould beloit g' ndVESTEE
tb Tootf8Ct this testimony the defence called to the In restoring the rlobneu and purity of tbe .asrl.ta n ''

'' Published at Pal..tklFI.. ..., 'fhur..day of each week by stand the oldest and most experienced teamsters in II iron blood.your Qet blood Iron recaul.-eat.It.by. The taking.Iron the In Dr.kind Flan of SUITS

?' RUSSELL & VICKERS.: the city. Each of these witnesses swore that, era from youralomacb Iron Tonlo. In directly the perfect Into the kind.blood It.without .goes. -' In new styles.

whereas it might be cruel to attempt to compel any ehanie. An bouratteryou take It It haa and
1 I become part of your blood and U doing good Our Clothing is cut 'to fit the tall thin man, the short stout man
4 WM. A. RUBSELL, EDITOR. team, of horses weighing 1,800 pounds to haul a load man of form.
of a ton and a half under the conditions described" average
Shirts the biggest half dollars worth you ever saw.
a man would lie perfectly justified in asking two Our soc Negligee are
l TUB SAVING ()I' "'AST" Dr. Harter'sIron
3 : Ca '" The 3ience of utilizing absolutely] everytliiiiK in 730-pound;) mules to negotiate the same task. : Nobby ties in forty styles to suit

t'(1( "; r I i( hogs, except the squeal" brings; to mind the production After Mr.\[ Jenks had placed the women witnesseson @, ," i everybpdys fancy. Underwear j

of immense value from aiibstunces that were the stand and each had testified that she had Tonic ... '" that cannot be shrunk In the !

i once cast aside as \lttl'rlylsel"88.. SilO Bailey strike the mule at least six times across wash or the price. '

//,1,, trj ,. A few years ago the cotton seed of the south were the, hack and shoulders, J Fank I,. Mott, counsel for If like dressyFoot'AIear

b I regarded{ as worse than worthless except. for r..plulting the defense, called Dr. Bender, veterinary surgeon. tmlldi up tee nerve and munouUr tlasue aids you .e*e, ipe

] and now the products from these. need lire equalto Both by education and experience Dr. Bender is your direction enables. you to get the good of
the food you eat and mckee you well from bead
nearly 25 per cent of the crop and are a source above the ordinary class of country "hoss doctors." to foot It Ia a mir our for all affliction r... Just a little new in style, buy
ultlDff from Impure blood BUGI.
lie testified that the of mm aorofula
punishment mule
f of constantly increasing revenue. pimple, blotobea kidney dloonl.... rheumatism your Shoes from.
even as it had been described by the prosecution rout dyipepula female weakness, eta
Ut I In Chicago; the sum of fi57l17,000! is invented in Endorsed by eminent pbyslolana. for nearly.
the meat packing business, and the annual productis was by no menus brutal. A mule: he IIssl'rt.ed18\ arty yean.The 1\11 Lemon Street,
st different mentally, morally and physically from almost I.I 1 MEYER
valued at $2515,027.000. It was not worth that following te one of thousands of..lmll.rlmonl.l. 1' .. PALATKA FLA.
any other beast of burden. _\ we have received, ,convincing. evidence ,
"tea amount by more than $30,( aiK10,( ( ( until the advance that Dr. H.r..r'.Iren. Tonic doe.ail that
,, of practical science, !modern inventions and The mule was given to rebellion l\inst authority ; Is claimed for It.: -
dh if it could avoid it, it would not give an adequate I
j ; ingennity brought about us by products the utilisa ; Montgomery Ala. Dee. If, IPOS. We Make FineCOtl.tecti.Ctl.S
t1 a tion of the former waste matter such as hair, blood, return for its board and lodging. It was lens sensi- "Our family has used Dr. Harter. Medicines
for years and think Dr H..lroa Tonic Is
:: bones and various other parts of the .animal that tive than a horse! and readily forgot indignities and the best medicine I nave ever taken" :: ::
Mrs E McQueen.C.r....
4 t ad 1 i k were once burned or thrown awny. abuse.So ou|South Hull S...... And who Fats
everyone Attention
\ far : Farmers
: as physical punishment was concerned
The bones\ of slaughtered cattle! are now used in (.1.000 fuaraatM. ttut arm tMttBoalal\ pads> it
Dr. Bender contended( that the animal's thick skin wants more.
of tooth-brush handles
the manufacture chess
t ;. men,
Every bottle or Dr Bar.Yf
M and for whatever purpose ivory was used years ago. made it practically immune from any acute suffering ter's* Iron. Tonlo trade-mark has our'Creeoe.r' Our Chocolates and lion Hons 34- -NC-
f I'' t These bones are hard, and take a very high polish. which could be inflicted upon it with a club. I aub.tltute-I..IU the label.Dr.Don Harter't accept : ire always Fresh and Pure. This is plowing time and you may need a now plow. Wo are

tiny The knuckles from the bones are cut off and lined lie had examined' the mule soon after it was beaten Madt only by county agents fertileOLIVER'eHILLED

hdi in the manufacture of glue and for fertiliser. The and did not see that it had been ill-treated. THE DPI. HASTEN DAYTON MEDICINE OHIO COMPANY Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodaand

otT and, Later in the trial it was bio ght out that the animal Mftktxt Uo......HtrtM1.Wild Cherry Blttm.' other PLOWS.You .
of horns sawed into flat
tips are split pressed sad wow ..ll know D*. H....r ............
"b n o t plates used in the manufacture of combs, bucks of l was balky and this led to the interesting question FOB SALE :ZYEBYWUII1L1RERSURY 'Hot and Cold Drinks all know there's none bettor. We also have tbe Atlanta Steel Plows.
as to the cause of bulkiness and to whethera and .save the middle nnui's proilt. 1
brushes, large buttons, .etc. The tip of the-horn is as - -- We buy direct from the manufacturer can you
., ttw man was ever warranted l in whipping an animal FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Como and see. ue, or If you can't do that write us and let us give. you pricesWe
n also made into mouthpiece for pipes. MTCim[ flT 1UITRY.D&QIH are also niconta for Putnam "ou.nl.1 for the
which given to this fault. Tbe Children are. welcome; they always -
Hoofs, some years ago were thrown-away,
are now sorted into three grades. White hoofs are The prosecution held that balking, or "Ribbing," seem to enjoy It. PLRNET JUNIOR CUL TIVRTORS.%

sent to Japan, and there used in the manufacture was a mental disorder cn\1"ellhy ill treatment and & ol Mrs mien Recoils \the Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.L. They make work any. )Men who us" theti..whistle on they work Then, we have
I the Celebrated IRON AGE CULTIVATOR iCnd everything la the line of
unintelligent handling when the victim A. SMITH.
,; of various ornaments ; striped hoofs are worked up ; was a .
Cases were cited in which animals beaten because Story Garden Tools.This
rl, into buttons and horn ornaments; black hoofs are .

used in the manufacture cyanide of potassium for they hail. refused to pass objects of terror to their For the next 3Q days going to be the beet year since the 95 freeze. The man who plows this

gold extraction, and are also ground to make a young eyes had become hysterical and by continuedill Her Search for Hidden Gold Was spring and suminer has better prospects for a /good. profitable/ reaping 'limo next
y up abuse this condition had become chronic and the ....e will oiler special full Orange. Krower- will\ bo In it again : but they will have to plow. We want lu,,
tl fertilizer for the use of florists, grape; growers and Unavailing.Old ladiieeiuanta to sell them the plows the cultivators and the garden tools-they are the above
others. animal, through: no fault of its own, had become named prosperity bracd.
wives' tales of burled treasure
Glycerine: which Was once waste and was left to what! is termed a balky horse. deposited on the Florida coast by FURNITURE BUYERS HARDWARE CO.PALATKA.
The defense held that balkiness was not a chronic bold buccaneers of olden time KENNERLY .
flow into drains or rivers, is now worth as much as ye This is don.. portly encourage business
4lfir $2,000) ) a week to some establishments. Marrow, disorder; that it was caused by the same innate have been handed down from mouthto In a naturally dull season and In FLA.
cussedness that sometimes makes a man turn against mouth for generations and many order to male. room for F*'1 goods.It .
neat's foot oil and
ig' glue soap are >'ery111111hle byproducts -
should bn remembered that all
p a midnight; search has been made for
the friend who has
cared for him in his
adversity. .
.i, of the packing: houses. Though we have hidden gold inspired by dreams, goods In our store sro practically new.
Witnesses were produced who swore that they bad We want you.to see our new
mentioned a largemuiuber a complete} listof these sooth-Mayers revelations and other
by-products would include many more articles. owned balky mules and the only way they could methods which served to arouse the Nickel Parlor Lampand .

1 keep t the111up to their work was to starve them. A cupidity of the credulous. housewives 'Will be Interested In 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BCSINES8.

ttf A STRIKING: CONTRAST.: balky mule could not stand prosperity.The The death of the late Mrs. Futch, .

ti Sn The officials of the Red Cross identify depot at jury was out an hour before bringing in a an funeral aged occurred lady, of in this Moultrie city, yesterday whose- ourAcme Mosquito Canopy.F. ACKERMAN & STEWART

k < Pretoria have stated that only 8,7110> ) Boers. were verdict of not guilty.-Xw York Sun. recalls a real story of burled ,
e A. Gerber & Sons
1 p killed in fight or died from the effects of their ,gold which now lies undiscovered, .

? wounds, received. in the entire South African\ war, THE STATE PRIMARY probably upon the old farm on which Furniture Dealer' $ Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *

wt t while only about 700 died from other causes after The State Democratic Executive Committee con- :, she spent many years of her life, and Vn: vened Jacksonville: last in quest of which she devoted many
of total of i Thursday and canvassed Phone 64. Palatka. Flu. fVs'rmC.IVEIJLARUE: : For Spi tg
becoming prisoners war ; making: a 4,400. hours.
Fresh Garden Seed
;..re4 It was known that the lose of life by the Doers the follows returns of the prirnary election. The result was Her husband, the Jate Joshua LUf \NDKET1TS Send In yourordfin.I3ST3DTJ J>lallllll .

r'# ., was small compared with that t>f the British in the as : Futch, was a man of secretive habits, KAISER GIVES UP SOUVEHIRS.

,; 7 uneve:. struggle that has recently ended, but these For United States Senator, S. R. Mallory, 27,880. one who told little about his own affairs : COUGH cn.TRE:
For Secretary of State II. C. Crawford, 2Utl53.<5 < and who did not even divulge ....... Tmrm O-rer t. )!.>... tie. 25 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
the Red Cross
reports from society which are considered For Justice of Supreme Court, Ilocker, 18,051; ; to Ills own family his financial con ......... Mat to Pr/... Hear
the most reliable show greater disparity in Wall, 12,030. dition. He was a thrifty cattleman, .. aoiOTtea.. ACKERMAN A STEWART. DRUGGISTS.

; Car this respect than had been genernlly supposed. J For Comptroller A. C. Croom, 10,897; McCall. and. like many woodmen, had a horror .
t' ''i The man).. stories of how the Boers concealed a 13.079.\ of modern methods of banking.A several Emperor hundred William uotnlu has turned of lobe over trip rrmnnnrnrnrnnnnrmnrnnrnusrrnnunnarmrrnnmrrthe' ", ,,," ',,, ,,,", ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,", ,,,,,, ",

A large proportion of their dead, and the romance oft For Railroad Commissioner, Burr, 15,920; \ : ; Browne number of years ago Mr. Futch of Prince Henry to the United States --
12,0113; Dn 11,021 ; Wintrier. 8,80(3( Ward 7,207. sold to Mr. Win. J. Sanchez bunch
: ; a to the Hoheiunllern museum Con-
large numbers of dead and dying soldiers dragged For State's' Attorney, Fifth Circuit, Allred, :3,500>; of cattle for which he received .1.:11'! J iplcuou. In thin collection I U a cartoon I I
Yu: off the field of battle by their comrades have been Carter, 1,7(38.( in gold. Sanchecand his father, preeentinfr President Rooeawlt in- Palatka Hews yi

exploded by the recent publication(: of well accredited For :State's:! Attorney, Sixth Circuit, Philips, 4- Mr. Vanaclo Sanchez enjoyed the the uniform of the German fciirde du ...
facts. 079% :iTurman, 1,000. confidence of nearly all the country corps and Emperor William in the uniform -- --

!t'a' The war was bloody enough in fact without the unanimously The following adopted resolution: was then proposed and whom people they of St.hud Johns dealings.county In a, burst with army of both an officer bowing of profoundly the United States Below -E Does all kinds of :Modern:\ Book and Job Print. ?-

resort to the of reckless thli cartoon are copies of theemperor'mmeasaire
imagination newspaper "Be it resolved That this committee of confidence Futch 1
i c hereby decides Mr. told Mr. San to President Kooaevelt '
announcing at
ti !*! correspondents to make it more gory, and who and declares that in and by the Democratic primary rhea that the gold received from him Prince H nrr'. trip and President ing popular prices.

wrote wild! stories of how British lancers impaled election, held July 15,1002; Stephen R..Mallory\ at the time, he had burled and that Ron.evelt's reply. The office is equipped with the newest material
" "'4wh hosts of Boers in their desperate attacks. A number has been nominated for United States Senator by no living; person knew of Its hiding The collection includes a silver plata

equal to the whole Boer population has been reported majority vote: that William A. Hooker( has been so place. He also stated that wheneverhereceUed engraved with the music of the German and the class: of work! turned out equals in 3
nominated for Justice of the :Supreme:: Court ; thatII. money that he did not aonir sung by the American -

k'til t killed by these reporters. Clay Crawford has been so nominated for :Secretary :: need In his business: he converted it Mnfrerhund William ,,.which. took the Emperor 5 style that of any Job Printing Establishment iu
prl of
r When General Cronje and his 4,000 troops were of State; A C. Croom has been so nominated for Into gold and made another depositIn resolutions .nll'ro..ed ::: -
presented to Prince
Cy completely surrounded by an over whelming British Comptroller; K. Hudson Burr has been so nominated Mother Earth. He was temptedto by various societies sod menu Henry cardsIn :: the South. Give us a call and learn something

;" army it was j generally supposed that a great; percentage Railroad Commissioner; Neil M. Allred has beenso reveal to Mr. Sanchez Its hiding: gold frames are also in the collection. -5 about work! at modest 1
nominated as State's Attorney for Fifth Judicial place, but the latter gentleman; begged prices.
of them had suffered death the
i t by heavy artillery Circuit; Herbert S. Philips has been so nominated him not t6 tell him, for If, by I
r fire under which they lay for several days ; State's Attorney for Sixth Judicial Circuit." any possibility, Homo person should

w but when Cronje surrendered it was found that he The following resolution was adopted in referenceto track him to his hiding place and IS YELLOW POISON E PalatKa Hews job Office.r a

L I had lost a remarkably small number of men. the necessity of second primary decide the make way awlth the money, he In your blood? Physicians call .

t 'I { The Boers were so veil acquainted with their occupant for the second; place in the Railroad Commission would perhaps always suspect Mr. it nalarlal ()erm. It can be seen -
: Sanchex as the only person who knew changing red blood yellow under Russell $ Dickers
4f that they managed to shelter themselves f Proprietors.
country to
,1 { "'Resolved That Jefferson B. "3rowne and Henry E. his secret Mr. Futch was urged to microscope. It works day and ,
''I a wonderful extent under heavy fire, and exhibits Day are named as candidates before the second primary inform his wife of the secret. This night. First. turn; your complexion .

r 1 almost increditable skill and shrewdness in select for Railroad Commissioner. under the call by he declined to do but promised Mr. .. yellow.. creep Chilly down, achlna.n..tlon. your 7JJ11JI1111111111111JI11lII11JIUlIIIIIIIJIIJlIIIJIUlIIIUUI! I111J1l1111CAtlantic

ing the occasions of their attacks. the State Executive Committee; provided if eitherof Sanchez that If at any time he became backbone. You feel weak and -

# The British lost about 23,000 soldiers who were the said gentlemen shall notify the chairman of \ilPor anything serious happened worthless.
this committee that he does not desire to run at a he would send for him and tell ROBERTS' CHILL TONICwill Coast Line Railroad
1t1i: killed outright in battle, died of wounds, or oft diseases Company.
second primary, then in that case, the remaining candidate where his money was hidden. stop the trouble now. It .
al during the war. < shall lie declared the nominee for Railroad About four years ago Mr. Sanches enters the blood at once and

a T commissioner" received a hurried summons; to go out drives out the yellow poison. The Great Through Car .Line From Florida.
'e F' WHAT IS CKUELTV TO A MUI..C. I The meeting was! very harmonious, and the com to the Futch place, which Is about If neglected: and when Chill.,

At a jury trial held in the municipal Police Courtof mittee adjourned praising the primary plan, and resolving even miles from town. He mounted Fevers break-down Night-Sweats come later a general on, CON1'iZCTIONS: "

Jamestown! X. Y., it wa apparently decide I that it be strengthened by amendments during a horse and galloped out to the place.: Roberts Tonic will cure you
: the coming session of the legislature.The Mr. Futch lay there speechless and then-but why wait? Prevent TO East j l Over Its own' rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and
y y that the laws which have been framed for the pre almost unconscious and the secret future sickness. The manufac IIIE } Washington, thanes via Penn R. R.

jvwution of cruelty to animals do not apply to the recent session of the Kentucky Legislature ,died on his lips. turers low poison know and all, about have perfected this yel. J

mule. law which the Mr. Sanchez told the story to Mrs.\ 'I VIA ,
pawed a prohibits keeping of any Roberta' Tonic to drive It out, All BAIL.
$v 11 furnished bird in captivity, the excepted. In Futch, who has since been unceasinguntil nourish your system, restore The LouUvIll A Nashville
Expert testimony by veterinary surf canary many her death to discover the tre.ure. ..- via Mootjomery.igp ; .
Darts of the state there were a number of mocking appetite, purify the blood pre- West t -
horsemen of in }
geons, standing the community and vent and cure Chills, Fever
and Mobile Ohio B. B. via
in .
'birds captivity,but the owners of all of them must The news gradually got; abroad and M!:2ris. It has cured thousands : Montgomery.Via
familiar with .
P teamsters long the and 'temr J
physical one day Mrs. Futch visited
their doors and
open cage set their pets at liberty.It wag by -It will cure you, or
,' peramental qualities of the male and the horse is proposed that the law, which is for the protection an aori'd white man who assured! her money back. This I* fair. Try Savannah and Ocean Steamship' Company; for New York
that he could with
rod discover
proved to the satisfaction of the jury that treatmynt of native songsters, shall he vigorously enforced.If the money. A adlvinlng party of young It. Price, 21 cents. For sale by TO 1 East t}Via Philadelphia and Boston via. N't'lk for N. Y. Wash and Bait.
THE 8avanuab and Com
which if applied to a horse might justly be termed men aecompaned him. one of them Ackennan & StewarL- pany for Baltimore Merchants A Miners Transportation

brutal was merely diverting to the mule. The trial, ex-Governor Robert E. Patteaon, who is again lives being In Cornelius the neighborhood.Dupont, who The still trip VIA STUMHHIP. '

dgll which resulted in the acquittal of the defendant. the democratic nominee for Governor of Pennsylvania wan made in accordance with the i TO Key West| U 8 .
can demonstrate his ability to tradition. In the dead] of. Steamships of the Peninsular A Occidental St aO
e Pennsylvania approved
brought forth certain medico-legal facts which he will step into greater prominence carry than ever night. After trampingover the coun: I EDUCATION BL!JJ!!,S AND }}ship ". Port Tampa to Key West Havana in counaefo ,with
have been debated before. try for nearly two hours, the dlvin- 'I ?u-M ?,? ;?,, J The Atlantic Coast Line.
1..)*p ,r probably never as a possible nominee for president on the democratic lug rod bent suddenly toward the ,.,ic. Jiw. =drill, .jam... HAVANA
!"ii Some time ago James Bailey, a teamster in the ticket. lIe i il the only democrat elected. Governor ground. Amid great excitement um.r"pe. Amt..ii-.Fijiht.:.-rw."- w of ....

acquittal of the defendant brought forth certain of Pennsylvania since the war of the rebellion. the old man pushed a steel rod In the 1 StJMUEB TOURIST TICET8 will be on sale until Sept. 30 to the prlndp- ,
t earth. At a depth of a few feet a throughout the oountry. limited to return October 31. Write the m Jet
F medico-legal facts which probably have been hard substance Atlantic Coatt Line. signed and. state where wish
never Attorney-General Lamar" has been declared the was struck. -Du one, you to go and proper Information will\ be given.
to make sure, took an axe and drove .
It' debated before. nominee for Congress in the Third district by two the rod firmly Into the 'Ob tructlon. lln_. .tlgkcw....nll. OMM ar toad Lin.owe. Hlatannnd the inilowlni--..- Something New.

Some time ago James Bailey, a teamster in the votes. Lamar received 5,253. Myers 4,151, Beard After vigorous digging they found Hnulbvra rlcbbar' lUllwajr II Poumw,. ,.iuliivlll aallro..l. and. "wa.hsnlme". Summer excursion Washington' < D. 0, from Paistka.141.00, tickets
employ of Col. Endress, a wholesale coal dealer of 1,105. The result has been gracefully accepted by the rod bad been farced; through a VMIm,l..o.pl Loul. III.. Hamd's creek a limited to October 31" t?lIOrteIttoh U day tr..nol limit '111 '"h "Irsotlon ,
live oak root. wotpori a. a.-r.uv>n a uuuri a R.I uiu. Isterohangeable \
+, ;i this city was arrested on a charge of cruelly beating Messrs. Myers\ and Beard.. The whereabouts of Mr. Futoh'sgold ens a. a.1 ro.lcbarrrae'. *" ** Charleston' pal r'I' Y. ? !mileage ticket" good over 13.UOO rulloa of among the prlndlthe
-- -- weds.C.edic. .
,p'i"l one of a pair of mules because it refused to pull its \ U still chUdieaa and an the way, .U.nres. )Nortbn-a_ Y'n.:; ': e k a For comp? Information.cull onare. BeDiukeu.! Ticket principal Agent, oragent.address!
Our next delegation at Washington will be Spark. couple died the chance* of Hortl-l>r Bal Odiw a Irwln.lllr. F.I1JOLLY
Division .
bare of a load of coal up a steep grade. Five women man, Davis and Lamar in the house; Mallory and its being recovered are, to say the HoalUT aallrow)..Time Deli kalwaf.s. Moulin Aa>Railway uv.nl I 'at, Spark.method!, W. a C1UIG' H. Y. EMERSON Paw Agt.T..M..kllOn..lller. .EMERSON FlaGan. ,

4 testified that the defendant "cruelly and wanT Taliaferro in the senate. least Record., roblemsflo'5t. Augustine .r_....aU......TrUOa. SM a.ay.r.."'"..ages.tanaiutt.. B. W,u.*w.. .... .W Pau DllnlJlooO Agent. N. 0. a AN T'outUDIWD.:,Mar.. N. 0. Tnt.wUml Yltr..lltoD. N lh.h'


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There are always cool spots in X-std-ies

THE CRESCENT our town .


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Crt'HC'lmt City WIXAKA:T'I'I'H.: .""" """ ,,,. I ('OIll111 IInl'RUon. T Our Store. -noV otoovutJfltJS
In one of the moitt, bountiful lucnilonn In Flor.liln $ MASON'S
Tim town In'In 'Iho nontlH'OBitirn |firt of Kdltor! PAT.ATKA NEWS OUT OP THE $ Editor PALATKA NKWBI
{ mllea tram 1'iilntkn. anil' la -
roft'IIoI iitnameminiy.U. l 'by: 'olilinr. 'nwmmcir or rntlrnn; :: ureri.aotilUlty :. Your table of votes cant nt the re- Dear Bin-Tlie thoughts suggested The choice of nIl ,

hell 00 lilH1 Krmiml wliluli, rlHimfcitiue.fully emIt i ORDINARY. i by the perusal" of two 1 Iptteis. published Hut they don't all knrw we keep thoni, This la to lot them know that they one
from 'lli" went. ,Iwiik of OrnMont Lnkn a \pilmiiry wes very complete nnrl our Soda Counter.
hiiailllfiil' HlMMH of olwtr' wntnr Id inlldH III luitKlll quite In nccoicliincoIHi views In last week's Issue of our county gut Choir supply' at our store."We .
fuji) from thrnn to five nillis In wlillli.' 'llm your "" "' .
)l.limit,. .In with laid'. nut I In town nml' ,! Kmv. ll.., ...H to tlitt outcome' III I a previous 1 IBHUO. pnpois' lire, as. a oportvr would say Fans that make you comfortable -
,,rnilltillliiK a imillon of tlio'' townhutHlx U \MKMOKV
( MARKAnr..J
tile fiiriii ulotki' I In wlillli lying .bntwoon two It goes to Hhow flInt tho NuusWIIH ; significant what catch voter, us without have: go",1 liikofl-l..ko urnnaeiit i un the"ut".,',1 .hike Niellitoil well posted aiul be I III 1HH4 FredeilekVhlte' of t'ov- he rend them would judge for hlniBnlf. I
Ill. wo... Tim lovnl iif .liiku HI.;' 'lln ,. 4H lootilifli cnn depended ciii N. Y. And any thing:you want to
the latent Also
). ..r tlinn sPirit' Inkit Ironi'mit' lltiiH. nmiril.Inix '. upon. There must bo some very i'y, was Bunt to town I lo buy ._ Jn one our honored (In tho dnsltfna. a full line of DllEbH PA'"J'ERNS la

: MnrfHOl'. HouroMln rtrnluitico.:: HHlttRiantl,| : II'IIH wnutr IH kniit:.:I.I laka tttrnolihtolyflora HlullnkiMlm .: : disappointed candidates. The handsome I a sack of flour. I to ri-l uriied I a slim pimt) and\ honorable< ? representa- make you cool within. Fabrics Suitable for

by III. town autlim' 'ht hoN who ,have mivlo. It majority 'led time slnco vimylng I lie suck of flour ll>tells us of I the deal. made with SUllmer.YOI .
. mlHilttinpnmir, to In .,hy wiiy ouulnI, ,,,,. .It. cnn by Dr. Oil his. Hholll l"I'S. In the Put
a monnwhllo tUe to
< Know, Row
one the candldntes. }
can always
'IliA'' HlantHyntnin hit 11"01 tounli ilio went Bprngiie. B. J. Kennedy, County iiiiti-illnpunsary depend on gettIng 'RESJ Gro"l'los
Ijmikiif l lilt. .....11.. two ...11... from, tlio Uiwnnini ho had sujoiinii'd In I Iho i west, luiiulred Tlie wonder Is. did our dispensary
'omnilsHloner Allen
and School
'.'' a Illlle' BU'imiuivoonvoyn friMii. h Ito' town. mill iiaHMtiiitnm UrUBUoutlllyJniliilliHi nmlrnilirhtuinnil Commissioner I.. 1C. Tucker. was. better I a eel 1 1 flu lancli anti ii small foil. .ii ito.lie champion foresee, the fate Chem together. J. "7T MILLER CrtNeentCity, .i ,

Tile trip', tilt uy. .r""y.'I1.uiuiiM.' .r trot Pulntkaor'' JitnkMon.vlllii tItan the inoHt sanguine lookedfor. greeted! his wife by ,sii>lng : III store for him unless he made some F lOI'IJI.NEW

In onoof. tliM moat. ilcllfihlfiil. wnlur rliln.In It shows "Heie's. your /flour, 1\1111'111. I didn't, deal by which,! tlio will of the people Something cool niul
whole ooiinuys. Situ Hit liaHHanufr witolitMus I t that {rood men wore could be) .
tile d..felltu.I'If I ho received
llnlHti.: ':, tills:At trip point,! ,liolil nine oiiliaiimnj tnlluB: o..ltll..1 from):: chart 1'iilntka' fat In for office, luul the ordinary people loigetlt.dcnd.While was long ago IClv1111111' loss number voles I than Mr. ChesHcr n- a gooil easy\ ; place to SPRING STOCK Of

the Blimmnr tuRbot. the BI.JohuB' altO, tuiitrHDnup lire the bout of J judges. as ho would withdraw, us If. In that thInk jijurHelf/ to
.a rattler narrow hut .liirtnniii. > event it I DE-5-:: GOODS
river with him
lay to he
I have say, an -
Hlrtwiiu, '" lln...il onelthur HMO'. by .a Ihlik, growth not luiu ned If thore will he' Oi'B (CAI.KMIAK' would be compelled to withdraw. sleep" i in nboiit all thenVt'I'lIge
of ,..... .cob Itoh. imliiiulUi-avorluililo' fnn.Ht it
oyp H'coIIIII"'llIutry not.
nrliuitvnl... .I l'lll. rlvors tinrven are chiMp nmlfrttniiont or I'eihnpH' It Thelo" art HOIIIH curious fads nhout, If Mr. ChoHser received the less stny-nt-hoine
anil there I. never a lontf tuHili ofwutor IH pretty ilsky to put; up the IIOCOH8iiry our calendar. No century can begin number of votes, then our worthy,

through,. In this nlitht. ellen. AI..r the summer nhio, milt mnerije*. of, ravel.Into spot cash. If It IH to be between Wednesday, Friday or "tiundav. Wiseman would l. at leant, be given needs tlieHe daya. C. L. CHAMBERLIN'S.

the lirnntl. anil Billlfill. Luke Uroftuuul, A run CheBser andVitll the latter hail The Binnii calendar can be tisi'd, oveiy another chance, or, if the rules gov-
St nil hour ...... a uhf InnilH. Ui.., |iiMnttiifttr. atirtiHOHiit :iiO! years. October' always begins. on erlng thu primary were" cii riled out, The C. H. Preston Co., Wo invite the hullns to examine, our Htock Ipfort purnhnHlng elsewhere New
" lilly) tile aUNunur aonuiuriitiiiintinnillnK bent Nave his cash, for hn must now (hat tiuc Stock of Hummer Hills lived for Mliii
, ,, '. 'Ihehmit.,, torture ilm'kfionvllln.. at Ma, I lli.. same day of the week its Jitniiaiy only two highest of the Cr a.."nt City Floilda. j Just Hoys.
in.. ttvury runsilny, Tlinrmlay anU HiilnrilnyiInlnlka be convinced (thattho voters of thin A..I.II.. ..14 July, September" us l)tuceiiilier. mlnoitty. ,candidates.. voted for nt low u.bo.1. Horn i Ilitmllton-Krown. Mimes? Tlmy wear like iron Every pair

at Spill. 'lli. eamo cI",.. Hntniiilnff' county lire dead against any dispenHiiry FebiuniyMalcli and! November I lie second l primary I Mien he would 1<1 "guaranteed. 1"I"ml"'I' wg> urn h..l"Rrtlrl' fur the famous Buckskin Breei. ..
the ,butt .InaveN Oroiwimt" Ully on MoniUy' Wml.niinilay I I'lalo ontth.. alone III They fit imtlio .
begin on ( I ir.ui'uiit. days from I race hs) glory(?) weur
anil. Hrltliiy nt 7 a. in arrlvltiu at I n.liUka. measure.. To do right Mr.VnlI .atHrnCUnn.
: :. at in:: a. m. anil, nt Jaukiwiiivlllu. ; ; at 4iHOn ; Hhould ,,"dothur and overy other "month I III This would bn a glorious victory for RANK Our Groceries are Always Fresh and Prices Lowest.
inMil person ever took' tint M nnifr I: rim. coma out and acknowledgeblamlHtake. the year. 'I'ho Urst and! last days of the pilmary idea... TITLE. ,

,'eIti BflnHntlone for Gre OBiii of |'ili OIly>..aAiire without anil" a Bhurt pximrlrnolntfIIHW Htup" nt He has lioen honest In the year lire 1I1\\'lIy..lho. I same. These Hut while ?\ulr, Wall was relieving C. I.. CIIA.MItKItMX, Crescent City, Fla!

thollttluolty inaki'ft nny manor woman. a llfu his convictIons and deserves credit rules do not apply to leap year w'hen his surcliaigeil mind I, why didn't he Emperor William of Germany own*

lujtff lover:of tile, |>ln"*OiInlltofiwu for the ( oinpailHoik 1 Is made between. day before toll us of another probable deal' ; the 200 farms.Geuittany'e. .
making Unlit defented. '
''' proper. are some of the, mtmlbeautiful though Illlllttftel' ,11th one bv which a I Iliiid I itmit i-d iuupeuiuitry .
humoB 'tu be fiiiini In the atatn. anil Mr. Chesser; went beyond all candidate. was injuitjd into the crown prince plays thai Have: You
tile people' I are aultureil anil |ilrlnuor.uau.I piano and well. a Hobby
There:: l IN a gogh anltool.. .Iwo olt'roitn.-Eiuteoo.I : : ::: expectations, and will poll a full A HTKANCIK! PHKNOMESOS: ; the I piobable deal. i which was
nitl anil lmeebyt..riathi-utit.i. two Hood bntulH' prepared, for. by the I circulated The shah of I'emlu has the finest collection -
vote carefully -
: next time. Ho mudo .
bonitos: pleiumnt private plauoa wlu>ra bohirilOtt 1 a gallant A dispatch, from Beaumont, Trx., slandeis, directed, against Mr. of vats In the world. I
bo obtained Hotol SOil nonnlluir hotiHnnrlooe fight. I Information' hal been r..h'-
are .. poi'plo' 'lIngo ptii.vlilflil says WyHe; tho I probable deal, by which Prince Henry soon after returning Of Course You Have.It's
if'IIIk:; od 'here of
: : today ti'a phenomenon .
n $
; Ilge
writ, for the ouui.rittilt.niontof Mr. 1'lionHer
kept yi> There hits been too much rain' ; too only ran to give Mr. from the United States will celebrate
III the Hontlmcst of Ij'juls-
( .tboife, Oily who bite like inure title oraimo amimoment.Jrewituit vrovee titan late to keep corn and pretty late for lana, n ''solate, inaiHhy corner count i u'.t', III. Will two I a chance to slip In With only the quarter centenary of his serviceIn a desire for good things and you don't want to

any""other. luaillnK towu ouuu In the iiatlon. citunty.of the urattflo people alit cultureIH .. the potatoes.. Many planter had no' most uninhabited 1 uninhabitable. Judging; IHitl-dlHpoliHHry by the votes where candidates would the n..vy.Uralld. i pay too much for them.

quality. of thlH' fruit lIne :icing liven rnitiirili'il' :: aneuperlor vines. but they have been gel! I log a The I In-loillation' stales that thn Air.. Wall's ehimccH be to-day? Duke Pnul of Russia la so tall
:: In: other' Mniillnti of We have a hobby and it's a desire to furnish the best
u> that Brown any ground III I hat HIT! Ion tonic file nliont that. the hotel bed la not
Tho other. lot average long
tutor the week. (ci' was. the one signed
patch The -
tIle.111th, AlinoHt every ollneu| of tile plane' pnxt corn
line. .a well.kept, Kmvn many of alIbi' ounnpytheffrove In reduced to about one-third of 1 Ihiee, months' ngu" and has bruit burning "mechanic" I It tells Its own enough/ for his. comfort, nnd he has one i things we can for the money.llcrut'e .
a .since. A hole half I mile I l
10'oU".Io..o.r"II"|. ., wlillcinthuniextunil ever a story.' The "slgnlcance". lies In theololl"OV"I'b built In sections which he carries with
Lroeoent. Into City the ",are,,,,,live..rlI.ok.moil SplIt The. they murptmnu allow I crop and the fodder la. poor. Hut It wldn two miles. long antl. six feettlei.p and In It IH. Involved the his. luggage everywhere. I the place we assist yon In suiting your Ideas to jour means. Get oar

of Btockiiof iinoila: lOll' tell. wouhl :ilo I ire nmnyof IH .a good I lime for pens. and they has all fatly been hllrll.,1, out fate of the unfortunate, caught between Three, English dukes-those of Nor I| prices on
the lurtfer olllm of tile ....1.. Llvluit'le and tim.. Urn continues slowly and "the devil, "
1 and the
make One feted. I deeplioa.
for all
a Htock. Mel '
folk Clothing Shoes Hats Goods 'Notions.
Richmond and
cheaper than nlinont any other town In theLhentrentaaro i4LtEOly.ulilme baulis are ch'iin rut, I III this anti Graf ton--are Dry
situation th"
1 I. third
....... OilS on the wune. W. when left by the lire., but soon tum widowers, as are numerous other famous -
.. choice
llneil with Bhaile troea anil one by which self-re-
tim- native live unkn, and broail dIsh walk. .are .-a.--- lilt I In by thn action of the rain. No Hpectlug voter mulct give every up the l Ight peers Including Lords Salisbury CONE The Shoe Man

:Inlil: In on many the 'prlitutiMil dlmoatIttUui.l'.rti.i .etrenle.' llloyoltt' palhflleail DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP ? explanation Is. olfered, ( .by t thn Informant of ,siiiriage\ by holding< to the straight Rosebery Abergavenny. and Mexbor/ ,
rather he seeks
; some explanation -
road ahead and ongh. I
voting for neither. '
'In-C'rwMTfnt City tlenlrlnff. to-;nnh A cheap remedy for coughs and cold of this slrangn 00"1\1'1'..11 co. And.III"tly. the whine about the Among the who have Inherited Crescent City, Fla. :,

B....... fur thiS |,e|.. NiibNerlptloii th.irt>u.. may 'leave tliHlrnifmeil will relieve and cure the morn. severe nut nothing but sea nrni'sli, mid it titles la the young earl. of Sen- i
1 I Rend I Ielw..ellihe lines, I
anil. iiiuimv. with Mr. .:. 1>. LtiuuilM. .. field who at the age of 12 succeeded to '
surinlxi'd. that
and drngnrnui results of throat and. In guts is esen ping
la autilorIgell, ) "I Introduced the hill Into '
who our aiceiit.cnpHi -
the iMfetomne dispensary I
--..-- .-- -_ --.- -- lung ttoubloB What shall you do? Go through this III sulllclent juantltluito : the legislature without giving; the nn earldom two viscountles and two ARE ANY
FNT CITY TPVi'EiiArtniK ron TUB to a waimt and more regular climate mnko It combiiHliblu. people I a chance to .any whether they baronies, without so much ns a single '

WEEK: ENIIIVO JULY >i/l/ I9.U! ,-K.II. WILL1AHM Yes, possible) ; if not possible for you ---- wanted it or not. It was such a acre of land to maintain hla dlgnitlea.

OUHKllVhK. fn.... Alln.for then In either. ease take. the only reinedv COIOHRD. CHILD PHKACIIKK: ilghteoiis measure that It was not The young king of Italy I. winninga

r....' that. has been Introduced In .all clvlll/ml' The various rolorod churches of neccessary to ask them. I went Into reputation for frugality/ that is commending YOU HEAD
July,' 74 P.". B P. 'M.94 he. 34 he.Itt. countries with succesn In severe throat the campaign with the dispensary him to the nation's will.
U4 7tl Jacksonville employed the servicesof good "
Hattirilay .95 HII wl .nd troubles
01 7II. luog Gcrmuu ns my I'l'lnclplo-alld the ofHce. But King Victor Emmanuel: has made
Wh eunilny M $1 18 J. Ij. Wiishliigfon, coIOl'pll..11- re-
I. Monthly ... W *.. PO 71VI. Syrup It Lot only heals and etlmu- known throughout? the south as the rather than give up the olllce\ I will durtlnns In the running expenses of DEAF ? 'f''' NOISES?
1'ueeilay. .... .U U 78 ml 711vi. lates the tissues to destroy the germ give up my piinclplns. Oil, dear ,
child! increase th..h'rllndH. the ,
to establishment
preacher royal amounting '0A.DOO.OUO
:t. Weilnimilay. M V\ 9A 75 disease but allays irraatlont .
causes don't
I will
"91)) Ta. ii It IH. said 1 that Washington people, give me up;
l-J 77
1M. Thunnlny '"l ) young lire, or tl.flOO.OOO a year. His ALL CASES OF A
,.F'I'I..1/' !) 80 7* an 74 asy expectoration gives good Dlght'sreot. Is the only child living who swap oil lilY piiiiciples for olllco. '
.and cures the patient.. Try one civil Mat has been reduced. The ex
bottle. Kecommended ball cnn hold an audience, for two hours. A VOTER. Qarlbnldlana. have been, cut off. The DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
many years >
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Ho IH under the management of L. ...
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drugglats in the world. You can Italian court U now the moat frugal.

$ Personal and Social. !get this rnllablo remedy at Lounds' drugstore. C.is said.Washington to be a marvelous his blind! father.child and He PUTS END TO DELAYSShaw Europe I ARE NOW CURABLE

Crescent Get Oroen's by invention. those born deaf incurable.
City. Special Only are
hits never been to school day In his
t Almiuiuc.IIUNTINOTON. .
1..0 I he Bible, rend IIIIY passage of HIM. 'Ip- .
Rain and sweet vines Devises Plan for Hastening
daily potato .
LITTJU.We lure, can recite I the hardest. chapter Pr_ld>.t MooseveltWill Be theasst A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE SAYSlBAL.TIMOKB
are'In great demand.K. In the Hlble by henit, and can fluid Delivery of Express Matter. Mil Starch .1001.
01 His ""Terror mt Los ..
e"ncl"g entirely cured of d>nfne4 thnnkM to your treatment, I give jron
: L. Watcrinnn and family have any text In the scriptures as soon as .......1_. Cal. a,, ., my case. to t>e ".d nt sour dim ret ion. "I
to Ormond beach for a month' are having fine rains, but for It Is given him. lie was born at Big bunt,: fiv* yeiim RKO tnrilit'| ear began to inn, and tllli kept on getting wo'o u"II ,lost '
gone liot-k PIII1I8kl county, Ark, in IHHH, ..... .. my henriiiK in, tills, tar etitinly
Compact t D_ I I.
the scarcity of vines our fanners .
President Roosevelt bas accepted I tre.ttent for eel.rrh. for litre mOI.h. without nnvmicceM. coitmilteda number
oiitlnp and at the age of four years his blind with Trr_.ry: D.pa.et aa4Invorl.d u"oerw."t., o.he., the tooL eminent, ear.1"c..Uot) of fhi.city who told me that
Frank UlioiulH IH. at Orinoncl beach would all be busy planting sweet po- father won. canvassing! for the Life of <... P..I..... Will the Invitation to be the guest of Ted only sn operation, 0"0"1\ help mo cud even thnt:, only teiiiiMirnrily I that the bead ttouies would'
tatoeH. Christ, by Talmngu. dy's Terrors at Los Angeles, Cal.. tUen crime, hut the hearing 111 the nfTected ear would !mu ,lout forever
this week, the RiioKt,, of Ivan Water .. at 0... M.IM>... John F. who I tilt.n HAW ndvertiMeineiit arciilemnll: : ) in n New York paper and ordered vour treatment
A. J. Smith and Ernest: Walker One day he chanced to lay his prospectus next spring Hughes, or- After I r\::\ tnted, it only: n few dnvi Recording: 1 in vour direction 1 ; the noinecccaned, and
man. on the floor near his little son ganlred Teddy'a. Terrors accompanied to.dnv. nfter *, my heuriuu I II the'' diHeimed cur hu.been entirely restored I thank you

Mr. J. F. KhoiulH IM. visiting; atAdtiiih liave been shipping peas. The cropis \\'ho. getting hold of It, openud! its The treasury department hM dttterrnlned by Representative. McLucldan. of heartily itnd hOI to retnaiti Veiy ti lily F A.'\,V.HRMAN.* 730S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md. I

not HS large an last year. unites: and to the wonder mid greatHiiiprlseof on a new method of hand California, called at the white houue
I.ixlge, ILiiutlngtoii, thiM i his commenced Otn1 tmtfnirnt, ,'oel not interfere occupation.Xxatiitiintloii .
parents, expre' matter from abroad t'lt&lJU.tuutl
Dr.: and MrM. Walker lire illig .and once more extended the invitation -
week. upending I lo lend with t distinction I and accuracy throiif the customs at New !: and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ".:: -t
ib few weeks in Canada the guests of Its content He embraced. religion port which was. formally presented mh ice free "

MINI; Lula Hay e., of AmerlcuH. Dr. (loo.' Huntlngton. at! the age of four years. York which will expedite Hi delivery some weeks ..g... It will be renieni INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE., CHICAGO, ILL.

On., I la the !KUPKt thin week of her ; from eight| to ten days. The new bered the Invitation was burned upon

aunt, I1rs. Win. SlinpHon.llarrold The mill m running buxlly every PAHADTB: ix WoMAN'sA'iriHK plan In the reault of a personal. investigation a calfikln couched In cowboy language -

day. e> by Secretary Bliaw.. which criticised.
was severely
tlnntler, Jr., hiw ...nterellMllliHeY'1i A dlspntch fiom, PlttHburg savs the ,
Miss Edith Walker while driving most Intimate filends. of John Hereafter eaeh morning the express: .aa being anything but good form thf
JitckHor.vllle for a
college ,
companies will depkoHit a lump sum cowboy taking great. liberty with the
from the mill to her home on Friday Flanof 7 liiiutnor street I -
course In etenography typewriting, with the lubtreaiury large enoughto
morning, was thrown from her carriage are unable to understand. why he has president
etc. been masquerading. about his home cover all possible ,,".tom. charge. Col. Roosevelt said he would' be the

MlHa"L. C). Uautler citine up from and narrowIy; escaped serious ror the past twenty years at arlous un the, day' consignment. Upon itH guest of Teddy's Terrors next spring

ami will InJury. The horses beraine fright- times dressed woman's attire. Ac- arrival all express matter. will be Another invitation has. been extend

Jackdonvllle on Tliurmlity ened and after overturning the vehicle coidlngtohbi, wife, Franz has been sent to the general storage. There, ed the president. Former Represent

Hpeutl a few.weeks here with her cleared themselves completely in the habit of rigging\ himself in in the presence. of a representative atlve William M. Springer of Illinois,
filuiulH.Mra. .. clothes of.. female fiom head to foot, !
a of the collector of the
and ran. Whilo Miss Edith wa hat port, a representative counsel for the National Live Htockassociation

Cyreue; Smith has sold her picked tip from under the carriage and wearing in fact earrings everything huge which picture of the express companiesand invited the president to
goesto of the Popatir RrtiMto of Whlihln and (*lmr* a UIAi .. .... .h.I ? '
home went of town to Mrs. Liz- a representative appraiserthe be the guest of the organization -
place badly shaken up, It IB hoped she was make up WOll1lm s wardrobe. a BEAU 1 IIUL PRIZES FREE RO
zle Sunios. There IH.. about tw..ntyacres not otherwise Injured. The only answer the man would give packages will be unpacked and Its annual convention to be held at

under fence and formerly when asked. why h.. enjoys acting examined.. The duties will be paid Kansas City, Mo.. on January 13 to 14 ;- .01 ,
was ,. hI
We hear from Mrs. Thompson the 1 Ihe part of the opposite sex is that It from the deposit In the subtreasury next, and to .address the eonvent..lI. ll.d..f.bIp5IIhuiwhilnI.lelOaI.tTALT m.fln ton..t inn ekfli g.M.Wkh..P501.fli. I..i.th.Idfll.Ue 4'is
whore Mrs.:' Smith lived, and IH one foot and he easier I 01,4.ul, Ailfl, ..m.nl.S ..b.fl um.teap.r
good news of Mr. Thompson's having helps hla can rest and packages released and forwarded.In There will be 1.5 m..mber 0.0), l.i..Itarl.l.l I.nuIn., ,)wlitIattllfUm.. i a..,Inll.VIiflt ).
I nil
of the prettiest and most productiveof passed. successfully through the when dressed so. For twenty years connection with thla new procedure association President Roosevelt .'h.u, Cl I mAul,.N..ecll..,.tIit Hit.r,I p.n.Iis Mrlcha,
operation present. Ilnotte Ih.it,,. I prtC ,.$ toli uch, i .l.VoS flWS te'fl
has buen from
the man snUYiing a I. V I
roveii. of removing cataract from his I an arrangement has. been made took the matter under adviae- I ,,Iikla..t.trn..I p.1u'i.oCllWn I u.iltep."t ,,bilt0f.Iehl.
his which times he ,. ... ,, ,. li..utlfOi CIOUU .
sore on leg, at l. I.ll. I psi .1. hull. I d.ilbl.eh.l unit,1 S
which will relieve the
John Cowart, the young grandson eyes, and we shall be looking for : drives him frantic. This is incoming tourlets / 0 iii t..by hvhIy lit 0-ti pl.ad Lii. h.,..,.4,u.lwOeIIh.rbalt.. .. It 0
says of at the Cua- ,,, .,, .. .., ,,. ,.., hiilII
o(H. Cowart, died at the home of his them home again before lor.it.: ; the only reason. ho will give; for actIng annoyance pier. roent.FOR ,,Cb 1,.R..n.ht.ii.ilIhi'a I... Iliac CII 0) W. wi it
in such From what toms authorities .are forbidden bylaw ONLY $3.97
aunt Mrs. Livingstone on Thursday ;
Mr. Col'lea left here for a visit to could be out of Franz to .accept anything but actual 0tcsOaOn.aOom..th.noo.U terutt'.h"l 010 Wb5l.i II
gotten seems ... ...... CiC idd
last of congestion. The funeral avr- AbldlOtIi7 P.e. to, .e.14 My..1.4 I 5.1*
his. old home In Illinois, to be gone that he Is laboring under great mental cash In payment of dutlea. Check I ( twflair nHVamKtTDBHel IB our own incwiry innni-i| j

vices wore held Friday at the home an Indefinite period. trouble. This he would only and draft. .are not .accepted, and frequently home near Crescent -i .t.1flEE thaasltyhlnKv* An KRtrts Premium r.UveItl of an Mlb UftntPoohMthnK f rJ W tlunilM* Ik thtooti.1** : .;S i

of his Kranlparent8 near Seville, hint at, limIting the my.t"l'lolis statement it has. been the experience flaiM gutter If t J 91 U MB%In tHlvmne*with orU p.le.S w 11.01i'
We were much shocked and Grove i) Prle I4.ru of LiU. id Ctn r RMMi n wu t ,
Itev. Dr. Reeves olHolatlng. very that he has. carried 14Tll.LKH'a CO O 441 ierthCISrkSt..GhlOftKO.HU ,

saddened by the news of the death since a few weeks after marriage, pay but had no currency that their and all kinds of Fruit; 25Pecan
Mrs. B. B. Slmw on Thursday. ( lust by drcwning of Mr": Fred Shaw. which not a soul Knows, nor shall a '
baggage was held until they could
received II telegram annoniii'liitr thi person get; the secret from him. The trees. Good new 1
lie had many friends here, and to leave the docks and have check Headquarters for
story 'lIm" out when Franz was %r- in all.
death by drowning of her son, Mr. buildings. 20 acres
Ills mother, Mrs. S. B. Shaw of Crescent rested for beating his wife because cashed. Tills regulation frequently

Fred Shaw, at Laiitana. The young City, we extend our heartfelt she would not buy him a silk skirt.A necessitated sending baggage. to general Property will be sold I

man was drowned oil Monday and sympathy In this, her hour of .trial.PIITWAM. stores, for which aervioe a cheap. AddressDR. FINE LIQUORS

his body was not recoved.until Wed- OOOD HATRKA charge was. made. H. A. HASTINGS ,

nesday. He hud been to Palm -------5- Under this new plan tourists ean ,

Beach In n boat alone, and was, returning Tns PKHPKCT Liven'MEDICINE. streets notable of Fhuelms Incident. I a occurred few daya in ago the, pay through the customs the on personaUbnggago the aiy3.4 Crescent City, Fla.tad's Such, as the Famous Green River

home when overtaken by a Mrs M. A. Jollny Noble O. T., when "an ex-Confederate smdier ignored express companies Without head-
severe thunder litOI'm. The bont was writes: "I have used Horhlne for a his brother, n Union veteran, latter paying the customs by a transfer Rye, a Whiskey a

seen bottom upward and Heard number of years. and can cheerfully recommend whom he had not seen sInce the outbreak order on the fund. deposited In Drug Store ache Golden Wedding. Jed Clayton
It as the most perfect, liver of the Civil War. The familyof the aubtreasury. Under the new arrangement ,

mode for the body Mr. Hhaw::! was medicine, and the greatest blood purifier.It Kings; in Pi'incess Anne Somerset tourists arriving without Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones Private 1':

an expert whinner and hl.. friends Is a medicine of positive merit and county, :Md., were divided., The currency and de.lrlng0 pay. ous- Crescent City,

cannot explain the sad accident. tully accomplishes all that ls claimedfor f"therl\nd his son, Albert King, cast tome charges on baggage. can give Stock, &c.

Much Hympathy la felt In the community It." Malaria. cannot. find a lodgment I their lot vlth the South and joined the. express company a draft or shack Offers visitor nd citizens
In the system while the liver la In the First. !Maryland Regiment of the other .
or satisfactory securityand End Saloon
for his mother in tills sad line of Go to
perfect order, for one of its functions laM Western Shore; Colonel Herbert an order will be given by the Complete ,
affliction. Mr. Bhaw leaves also a > prevent the absorption of fever producing commanding. John King sympathising ,

young widow nml child to mourn his poisons. Herblne la a most efll- : with the North, joined the express company transferring from Toilet Articles
5Uo at Aokerman of the deposit In the aubtrensury an '
of dent liver regulator. First Maryland Iti'glment J. W. Hagan.
demise. Ha wan a young man amount sufficient to co..rh.. duties '
.t Stewart Falatka. and Lounds1, Crescent Rnstern Shore, commanded by Col.?
ability and had held places of trustin City etames Wallace. The regiments. went of the tourist. And Druggist SundriesAt

the employ of the Plant and East .... to the front, joining the respective -
Coast Railway systems. CONCERNING HID MUTTONS armies of the :North and South. At WEALTH OF INDIANA FARMS. : ,1
Moderate Prices.
the battle of Gettysburg both, were
--- The late Dr. Talmage once calledon engngtd and It In. said at one time the I.a. MafeM .sod 1"_'.. from mmA Tbe large part of our stock !
connection with Florida East and Plant System.
Notice and found two of his In
of 1'oxt ponemoiit. his lawyer
Cae' :
.. .. ,.
one clashed with the other.In >rl ltn l r. of flew A-- la of recent arrival _
The entertainment'for the benefit parlslionera there on legal business this. engagement the father was ........ of A private nature, says the Philadelphia .
killed. His sou, the Confederate, -. Chloe. Fla.Lllt'ti .
of the V. I. A. which was to have '
Times. bore the body from tho field. When We have lately been Agent ; \1..rI; : l' LimIted
taken place at the ball, on July oth) "A hi I Doctor' culled the lawyer, The census bureau has issued a bul- aprolot. ..'. FailyLv
ended the remained for! the American and SUit y
load ) Here the war family letin giving the anal. agricultural statistics Cmp.IIY. 0.1 1.ly _ _ _
( morning -
has been postponed to Friday, Aug. greeting.; ; ; divided. Albert King, having lost If ,"In.ll. on wheels ( in
your .. e Lv ict An..tn.. .. .I H '6. p'Jul
are of fI ck. I ask of Indiana. It showa that the ..t 10 it 7
two > May AngnUne.
8th. The program. consists of a"musicale1' your < all his property Maryland! for the your head mind you) come and let u* .... 1 S : I .ip .. Jli'k.olvtlio. .. .I : 20 : p ne
of without Impertinence If you regard Pacific Slope.; After 41 years'' Hepa* 9111,897 farm. enumerated! In Indiana show you what we caD do for you. i"ltVliflttliit.:: I. : itO :I. I is no p t' :1 Ar Loluievilie..I:::: 415 7 :pu
followed by a display them na black sheep or white?" ration he returned east and .
( .. P '
flrewor'ks on the lawn. "I don't know as vet replied Tal Old Point. While walking In the 133,340 of which 82 par cent represent Executor'n Notice. w.hl..ll.0, :. : 'I .n I\ 2 p P 1"11'" .I I P .*: : ,
81 11
Ice cream will be served In the mage; dryly "whether they're black streets of Phrobus recently he entered tae> land and improvements i'hhia..i.lit'Iti. I'I "I a 6. Plttshrg.. ... I 5 P 81.

hall at lOt plate. Admlseion) or white; but I'm very certain that Into conversation with some old thereon otner than building. The 1nl0!Is hereby giOon that nix months attar 10.0 Y..ra.... 4 ". ri 14 i-' tl. .CloveIanI. aMp. ._ .
here they'll be m hereof we will present our final a
---- If they remain" long; soldiers. One of the veterans gave a value of farm Implements and machinery OIIIIUM .n KlPtlUlVH FBAVCBK8.: fleeced. brief account of his career. King;, the further..'' of. .lua eNtAUfof .. .h..ln ..'. ....... flntueliws s. ,''uo "-. The b.r
was $27,330,370, and of live stock 'I.ul..lon .
"ue JJi
kot *
oar .onle. Apply| .
-- -- hllllUltolll..hment.. found It his Sarah Butlml, I. o.h. ou..y nl Putnniaud bios dl.I"1 :ld'pSJn: rAlrt
to was IIU"
and &
Blackheads fanes IJOII.158,1U. .
plmp'es grassy Hloteut humble. 24, luuik tHu1 *
CUB_ BOIATIOA.Eev. .. ...0 ., .
muddy complexions, which .are 80 com brother still clad In blue and an Inmate These make the total value of farm R. HADNDSBH.II. ie I., dm01 r..nlfe.DR.

... girls at a W. L. Bl' LL. D. Tuba New of the Soldiers' Home. With .cows a- -
mon among women especially ey, property 97S,619I71. Tb. total value Ap'4 Iran .
certain age, destroying beauty, dlartgnr- fork writes: "After fifteen day of exeruolatlng otitdlscloslng ly walked away his and identity took he the hurried next of farm products In 1809 was I20M3Om. .. .. H. C. WELCH JOHN VINCENT, D. a. B.

log and making repulsive. features pain from sciatic rhauma.tiMu of which 40 Notice. .
for Old Point. Here where he per eeat.waa In animal Executor's .
which would otherwise appear attrnotlve under various treatments I wee oar Will at hi* offlon in CRESCENT
and refined. Indicate that the liver ls Induced to try Ballard'a Snow Liniment wlUllnt..rvlew..d. he broke down and product and SO per cent in crops In- ,Is h."yll..n ths six months sfuir b ItAtn CUTT1NU IV APPIIOVRD STYLES.
cried like child. There might have eluding forest products. The- total 1..10 Dmeubert, iSIS, I will and WORK A SPKC1ALTY.
a "
out of order. An occasional dose of the flrst application giving my fIrst relief "WII '.n' my CITY on Thursdays, Fridays 8turtJHILDREN'
been forgiveness, he child. if he had. I value of farm. products exceeded: the neat anil vuul'bera tn the county Judtfe ly been equipped with
Baiblne will cleanse th. bowels regulate and the second entire relief. I can of ., Flnrhla.ami auk tn be dln- of each week. r.n
the liver sUit so establish a clear. (give It unqualified recommendation.25o not found him an inmate in the total for 1889 by lid per cent. Tb. ::;: the rurthArwImlnUtrattonol' the da. a new and moo,,"ehalr and other eonforU.Myraaoraarekep .

healthy complexion, BOo at ..AcherraaoA SOc and 1.00 a' Aoketrman A Stew.art' hon... This seemed to strike him rrosa farm Income of Indiana for 1899 A. Wood.. __. In eondltlon; only eleea

Stewart's* Falatka, and LounoV drug ., Falatka, and Louods' drug store worse than his brother fighting I was 1115,980794 and the gross income_ Tbl 'b.1' L.. ,?? l Office Central Avenue towels .bOo and initoman.iasnnle4 'I

tore, Oresoeat City Crescent Cttjr.' 'I agalnit him. ,po* Ia.iaq' 11 i"C "Uo_ Jao I..MI ..\ o pet Ceat eaUsIaeUaa,


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: The Pal atka the -1' The \Ml sues Moraus and Robert of Obituary. ,:tHflHH H-H"H RE.., NEOK: : :,

Flukey Two 5 City;$ Happenings and S' Jacksonville spent gula day with Jefferson MoMeekln was born In 2 :

: and Advertiser first to Ithe the family of Mr. F. A. Gerbor returning' Putnam Co.,.Fla., near whAt Is now "T'la-e :: ; :

to the Mar J Personal mention. S to their bonnieVednesday. 7th ooc.ipied by W. 0.
--- 1 on the town of MoMeekln August IIV opened at the recently Imninning. :
a-v v% .%' >-% v%%,- v%"%" "" the early train. INK, and departed this life At his 'No. 1118 Lemon Street.

...., between ,I It. .'. Lyon of luterluclieii, was III Oeo Zehnlmur of Ht. Augustine, home In McMeekln April I7th-iw>: ';"; Everything in the photographic Line. Views a Specialty. *

IJj'4 BIG DAY IN was the town !gnliKtay. na among the visitors In Palatka Pneumonia the disease to which "*" ".H,,,, """ H""" ".9* *.."' ''''.''''4t >

Jesse. R Iturtx of Oaln"s'llIe18 last Saturday. Mr. Zehnbaur was 'his. physical man yielded after an -

________ __ __ Armory Tues- -
end- here 'Tuetaclay.Percy here on business connected with the Illness of eleven days. His syttom OEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL
F. E. Railway. I being much run down, was unable A. E. WIL80V, Tic PBinIDT.
very C"SRI
nOusoMs 01 P Poe O I I !, lml'fI, ..was in every not 1 Elder of Jacksonville, Is visIting Bailey and Walter Robbing Herbert I to recover from the severe attack FBESIPBST, National a.
In the
censed at city. Woltx R. Trueman-nnd Ernest I which came upon him. THE Putnam BankOf

: :: thus ended Win. McBride of Seville spent gala Monday of Jackxonvllle were I Bro. McMeekln spent Ills life In tka

: me CHy on IueMuy .. In the his day In the cltv.C. numbered among the excurtera to the neighborhood surrounding his :Pa1a
: the birth-place. In 1 11M') he united with throughout Putimm County, anti
city tender
on gala day.
long to be re- H. the aoool\\lts ol the people all'
( Johnson of Daytona We solicIt
Ochwlllc, consistent with B
the Baptist church at mmo.latlons gooo nklnK.
people who Miss Susie Morague an ai'com-' the courtesies anti!
In the
; ; city. where he held his membership to
July 29111. / Palatka a pushed. young Indy of Palatka Fla.,
Mr. H. S. Wilson and family are. the time of his death.

'. :' .. every vNitli)g Detroit, :Mich.A. J.hits W.been Collins the pleasant In this. city guest for the of Mrs past!! On January :'20th ItWJ) he was nmr- I O. LOP.. BA"'SV CIIM. M. BILLIARD We Deserve Your Confidence

: EYffiYTHING} PRssrn: Off i and quietly. visitor. M.In Plant town of this Cairo week.A. Ohio. was a week.-TiillahaHseean.. fell rled asleep to Miss the Lavlnla following\ Newsome May. who G. M[ BAILEY & CO. in matters pertaining to drugs and

city report a B. Brown of Lake Mrs. J. G. Robinson. and daughter.Miss On July 15th 1WM, he married Miss ,, medicine. because we have madeit
City an
--- ------
A are Pearl few
Rlngham spent a with Hide
? exciirnlouUt in town Tuesday. days last week with friend. In Slsco Louise B. Chains who survives Fire Insurance: a point to buy only the best.
1M Bose Boll Gomes a IIM a 1 Ellington their only child
Mrs. Sherman. Fo\t ler. of Hastings, and Satuma Heights, returning American and We do not believe In substitution.Rest
Aftitlr. was visiting in the city Monday. home Monday afternoon. him.Bro. Leading Foroign1,
r MeMeekin possessed 1 an amiable
*:.: Races Were !he fenlures 0! and most en- Harry Clifford ..f Jacksonville Misses Kittle and Maud Segue and disposition-good-u..itured, quiet Companies.: assured any prescription that

.v. young people' was here several days last week. Elsie Usina three entertaining patient; was. very careful of conduct is filled by us is prepared from the

L me Occasslo to attend this Andrew Rice of Green Cove .)'ounjClatll"a of St. Augustine were and Influence shunning whatever Accident Insurance: freshest and purest drugs it is pog.

by the Gem : Springs spent Tuesday In town.K. in Palatka several days this week might be reproachful. He was a Haitford.

:i ; Amid the blare ami dl Armory last the guests of Miss. Nellie t'ulna. good citizen" having the Interest of The Travelers" of sible to buy.REX .
; 11[. White Crescent City warn\
f two brass bandit nd the w the soldier Hon left others. at heart. His life was not
here the Robert V. Davis for Life Insurance:
seeing sights on Tuesday.Mrs
; put of many special excursion:! towards Monday for a few days to be 1111"// without tent and not tllof\ his

i and the clanging cf bells. this hop took Keonu of Pomona was a sent at the Oth annlverxary of friends knew Just what he was. At The Old Reliable "Germania POROUS

rumbling of wheels, ,. how sliop)4t'r) In town one day last week. founding of that city. Thence he the death of his first wife lie became : PLASTER I

c' J day was uehered into Some people get overheated. rushIng will !go to Washington for a few more spiritual and his last testimony Life" of New York. King of An Plasters

? on Tuesday the 29th Inst. otvnsloim. I around looking for a cool spot.' weeks.Wm.. was: "I am not afraid to die Mid

: opened fair and flue and up former part of Mrs. M. W. Stewart of Jacksonville A. Russell, editor-ln-chkf of meet my God." Blessed! are they flarine Insurance:

: S S j near inld-tlay the ... the atmos I la visiting relatives In the city. the News Is InD..trolt. :Michigan his who finish their earthly mission and The Leadimg Companies.All Put it on your back ; put it on

S cool and bracing and 1 dance that Mr.V.. H. Mann .. are called home to r."t.Bro.lIcM..kln .
of Manvllle Is foe liter home where he Is upending, : chest ; put it anywhere
your you
S nothing to mar the pleasure & cool visiting his son, F. I. Mann at Oilman short vacation with his parents leaves a loving Claims Promptly
large concourse of people who evening. wife and little fond moth..r.one have an ache or a pain, and you
$ ;S ,111. Mr Russell will also l visit other northern son, a .
S the guests of the city on that .. at 8:30: brother. four sisters and many Settled. will be surprised at the result.
cities his home
before return
Mr. and Mrs.! H. Jnhr and daughter -
SiOll glided out relatives and friends to feel the Ions Office 28 Fropt St PALATKA. FLA.
of Interlachen, spent Tuesday In next week. City Drug Store.
The special excursion trains / and the dance of him.
the city.P. The attendance at the band .
t concert
&S fl g % to arrive la the city at about : program con May the God of wisdom and peace SALE.
S o'clock the oue from Ocala mostly D. Watkins, a progressive merchant last Friday evening was rather be gracious to all. FOR

4 ...mloccl8loualI ; of Putnam Hall spent gala slim owing to the Inclemency of the
S vllle and other points on the A brother in Christian faith Ferns
&" S S day In town.F. weather but the music was good Palms, Japanese
Coast Line the first
being to I R. N. SANHFRS.
Following this came the ( quite a C. "Waklron one of Wtlaka's just the same and citizens who veil ... Fernballs.A SupposeYou S

55 Southern A: Florida special I !" .. from staunch citizens; paid the town a visit turned out to hear It felt doubly repaid A Letter From Mr. \VaII. fine collection of Geran-

Valdosta, Lake City and i of the base on Tuesday for their trouble. To the Voters of Putnam County: iums and::! Coleus,

late points loaded down with here Thursday Mr. and Mrs E. J. Smith of High- Rev. Thos. P. Hay wife and little The democratic primary election Telephone

freight This train had to pr... .. anil those prhijts spent gala day in the city: son Park, left Monday for the mountains I held on July l loth having resulted In With many other desirable varietiesof

5 5 S S S service many box cars to .., to enjoy with relatives.A. in South Carolina.! They will the nomination of only one candidate plants Ht the
from Putnam makes second
S date the crowd. Next the also seve- be gone about one month. There I county a who No. 84 and
Fostell, a prominent citizen and Drtmary necessary to determine Palatka Greenhouse
over the A. C. L. from eLand .... in attend- will be no regular preaching serviceIn is the choice of the voters of the ,
S business man of "Weluka was In the
r ford and intermediate points, altogether the Presbyterian church duringthe county for the other candidate. This ;Sear Union Depot. Come and see. see How Quick wo can delIver
city on Tuesday.A. your
,, second primary takes place on the
arrived absence of the
this pastor.
:: Mclver has returned from 12th day of August and I come before By Mrs. C. B. Heston order for Groeerloa. Beats\' tramping In
well patronized as the other hour approach The side walk in front of the Kimball that
you askIng your support on Line hut sun all hollow.
0'10<11111. Fl.v., where he well-
spent a
S All the steamers that reminded House so long In need of repairs day as a candidate to represent you
; pressed into commission were Like Home" deserved vacation. has at last been given some In the lower house of the next !legislature -. FOR SALE. We make. a specialty ot

/ to the gunwales with .... of this old Mitts Kate Owens of Satsuma of Florida. If I am again entrusted
i attention by the owners of the property -
with the Interests of the
( people Fine Butter.
S from points up and down the .. away one Heights is the guest this week of Shells have taken the place of of my county at Tallahassee 1

It would be safe to with Miss[ Minnie Buky. the old torn up bricks and this I. an shall do as I have ever done in the The home I\ntllot in Block

_ .0 ::5 crowd at 7.UU people but ", pronounc Ernest Barber a prominent young improvement to say the least. past serve them to the very best of 75 of Palatka. Formerly oc. 'Alnt much money la It, to be sure, but
wouldn't handle the
take the benefit of the \[ httul one and uf my ability. we "frowcj kind
man Conio came to the city Tues.
Acey Sawyer paid a visit to his In justice to and to the
place the figure at 6.00.AU I of the com day to spend the day.Mis parE'nts.Ir.. and Mrs. E. M Albro many friends w lIIi's..1f stood by meso cupied by Mr.: Frank Hepburnand and lose our reputation for an even lid

the places of business I '.. entertain Clyde Este, after a severe in this city last Thursday. Acey has often I deem it proper and right, known ail the Bungalow.For pAr pound.
I4 7 In view of the closely contested race You can gotanythlug/; Groceries and
.I city presented a patriotic /
attack of fever. Is convalescent andIs been for some time past an employe of the July primary, to clearly define terms apply at office of Provisions that Is BEST at rock bottom
with their
t U' appearance tasty able to be up Again. of the Merrill-Stevens engineering my position on the various issues
.S. tion of flags and buntiiur. ,. brought out in the canvass of the Strunz. prices of
Mrs! Sheldon and. daughter nf establishment, Jacksonville and I is Henry
S body was gay, and our town whose death primary and the principles upon I
skilled mechanic.
pleasant becoming quite a
High springs, visitors
which I I: this second
wide the doors of ..bad."W enter campaign!
open last issuev
\s In Palatka Tuesday.E. Fred Vans" an old Palatka boy 1st.. I recognize' \; the fact that the L. G. Stephens.
.c anil dl l .
and 2> Holt treasurer of Clay county was paying' respects to bill many July primary has clearly demonstrated The Brown Brick Co.
amusement entertainment
part of his life that the people of Putnam coutit>
isitors.On. of (Green Cove Springs was a visitor friends In this city this week. MrVosale to the
> state. His are opposed measure coin zamoit-
In the Intend* to make his parents If vouhaten't a'phono conic and, see
,4 all the principal streets .. .. city Tuesday.Mr. Iv known as the dispensary, bill.
to .
come short This MAKE THE us at the corner cf Kirby and Morris So
III after been
High Springs a visit Question having thus decisively
and l barrels were placed in and 1 Mrs H. IT. Hainni and
S Jacksonville,
.'i settled. tthout yielding Wo deliver goods to of Uu
S which he says he may possibly return arty any part
t S lent location and these .. Miss Clif children", spent several days of this to Palatka to remain. for an indefinite personal. c"nvlctionll. I shall no longer Largest, Hardest city free.
5 plied" with an abundance of he came to week I on the coast at Uoodall.Mrs advocate the dispensary before

54 S s ter free to all and at almost .. death of Mr. J. B. Flinn and her daughter period. the people nor In the legislature. if AND

turn I..monade.nI'N.. with ; .. cashier. of Mrs. Jno. D. Rlnghum spent a partof Among the many people fronGainesville I should Putnam again county be chosen in that to repre.sent body- Best Fire Brick

t'S j l bles overflowing with the Dunk which Inst. week In St. Marys, Oa. who came over to seethe The race between mjself and nay MADE IN FLORIDA.
!great ball game on last Tuesdaywe competitor Is therefore reduced I '
erage of many colors plied health to a
""m. Ocala
+1. poor Carman. Is over from
4 trade and raked lu the coin. noted C. 1. Carter M. S. Taylor. sl'nple contest between us as Individuals
S'S two
years three weeks vacation and visitto LARGE
S belonging to the Tilgliman's !Mill.
I' W. F. Pond. C. V. McKlnstry H. P. same party
there also the ,
;4soi were sandwich daughter one home folks on the Heights. Stripped of the dispensary. l Issue we -0-
in all their glory to satisfy the I survive t him. Robinson. J. E. Welch, A. L. Videll both come before the voter with no For prices cal"-im or ,"hlrf''R.H. ,

of the Inner mnn. ." were held Louis Cano\ spent an outing of a A. D. Jernigan Chas. Plnkosnn andJ. difference as to our respective claims O. HAUU.TUghman'lIlIllll. : Chinese$ AD Japanese
) S
; The music throughout the Church few days lost week at Seabreeze enjoying M. Rivers. except that of legislative experience, Palatka 1'la.
> surf bathing and fishing. if it should he found by the people ,
.4 .uch as only I'alatklol'Jl&n ;& i 1 o'clock con Chas. Leyvrez a popular young thit such difference does exist.

can furnish-the very best. \ Mathews. States Attorney Neil M. Mired of man of Palatka who has been in this. 2d. If re-elected I shall do all I Racket Store. Battings

j atktt Citizens B'ind.. .. I J. H. Haugh- Ocaln was pitying his respects to city for the pant two days .visiting can to protect the public fund front'
friends here on Tuesday. extravieant appropriations. or job I We have received! beautiful .
i eleven pieces entertained the Henry Strunz, many friends (and one especially), returnee bery thereby saving the from a I In choloo dualtfiia at low prices Also
.S I town crowd. while the Gem ... Burt. Carlos Wall and Jos E. Lane of yesterday to his borne. Mr. LeyvrezIs Increased taxation. people lot of Ladies' Ready-Made[

( ( Cornet Band.dld business at the Putnam Bull spent Tuesday In the very favorably impressed with ad. I shall be in favor. of amend large stock of

; end of Lemon street. city sight seeing and just for fun. Gainesville, and may decide: to locate ing Chapter 1-1): of the law of Flor.l Skirts l to be sold at a Big Bargain NEW FURNITURE

4 The base ball tournament Mrs. S. V. Huke and her netce. here within the next" few weeks.Gainesville .- l ida, by increasing the pay and allow! price and if you wish one,
ing mileage to and
l jurors witnesseswho
)S was played Just recelvod.l'lIlar 'lueoR. .
t at the park at II o'clock\ the Palatka Miss Maud Duke, of Gainesville, I Sun. are compelled" to attend the come down and! see tlivni. pi

; match game between the .. were visitors In the city Tuesday. Dora Darling a colored damsel. of atbelligerent courts of County Judges and Justicesof
At the close the Peace. The prices are short the skills J S. MOONEVPalatka
JJeLand and this ,
S j score stood W. J. Deal the mill man of Gran- disposition, on 4th. I shall\ favor as I have nl- .
noon hour. ;Nine Innings were of the excursionlast warpath last Monday afternoon near are long.
: darkness the_ din. took advantage ways done, a better system of public Ha.
': ed and the result was a v ( I Tuesday and visited this city. tho tenderloin district in the western roads and highways, and a liberal Yours for bargains -- -
the Ocala nine by a score of 4 I.i ..acUolI..f the city and with a razor; school policv. ,
the Palatka Ch.... Welch of Or'lando.promlnent Trusting that. the and
: foregoing J. T. Undertaking Embalming
The attendance was good. proceed to carve one Mary Etta summary BOND.
i as the day be military circles of that city paid of principles may meet the approval -
At 3 oclock the .
also colored who had
game Wright, by of
fellow citizens[
both games friends In Palatka a visit Tuesday. my ; I respectfully
atka and the Oak Halls of ( some action or other caused her dis solicit their support at the -
d The
I S rllle was palled. The news y. Improvements are being anode at pleasure. Only a few rounds had August Livingsto&'sBakery

S : game had been spread far and In...the.. box.days tine Presbyterian. church in the shape been fought when Sheriff How ell appeared primary.Very respectfully J. P. Everything
of sidewalk around the edifice.
; and was the greatest drawing a new on the scene and arrested. the .... ...
S- In bad shape Chat IS Good to Eat .
for the day. The management nine last Fri. Miss ;Nellie Usina expects to leaveSaturday pair. The Wright woman received The title to Kansas City property

4' t ed good judgment when it of for a three week visit to .several. slight cuts In the arm as a valued at over half a million dollars: Can be purchased at the (grocery of
in a score
fs rangenient for this game an I IS friends. and relative in St. Augustine result of the altercation. it ts been cloubed",, by a suit filed In the (Successor to B. Thalgott)
Circuit Court there by the heirsof J. R. CONE & SON.
evidenced from the 1
numerous .
S The banquet to the Florida delegation tt.elate Nancy Prlddy., The Prides itself that it
property maesa
gram and other inquiries A large number of our citizen are given Wednesday night at the Includes fifty-two .acres in the better Newest, Freshest. and Best line. of goo
55 log it. The Investment was the nac..1 visiting Seabreeaa and other summer Windsor hotel by the Jacksouvllle fashionable residence district. Mrs bread than any the city at prieaa that will besuretoplease

: Everybody Is atisfed exept r resort, and more are to follow nest Board of Trade was a brilliant affair Priddy died In IMrJ.: It is. contended of its competitors.That's you.
:. chronic who bore 1 I ha with- by her heirs who are resident of A trial
F grumblers month.Misses. order will convince that
and the you
) a grand success. Among Central Point Ore., that she
the expense" and are a .. county coui- was I Why it Asks Your Trade. tbllI.U the place>l to get your
:: Hesse and Constance Cooperof guests we noticed the name of the sixty years old at the time of her .
i any community lu which they : district. Mr. Jacksonville, are vl..IUngIlsIIes: following; gentlemen from Putnam: death while the defendant to the money worth

i But for that game of twill we .... [ ; News to state Blanche and Edna Crlll on the E. S. Crill. Robt W. Davis, Palatka; suit maintain old. On that this.she. was lxty-slx I I Light BreadWholesome Theme No. 87. 417 Lemon St.
years point the suit
That be
;Dt to that there would
say I Height Frank Me Rue, Melroae; John P. hinges. If she were but sixty '

*: rI been 1.0m)) visitors to the city. will remain Miss. Dlllie Duke of Gainesville 'Wall, sr.. and J. P. Wall jr., Put ,old she had not reached a lawful yeaN age BreadOur

S Judging from the sale of also requests visitor in the cityTuesday nam Hall. It Is to be regretted. that to execute a deed at the time she disposed
wa a pleasant
about 1.5UO people witnessed. .. who cast of her property here In lss ..
the first the guest of Mrs. Lyons, our esteemed Governor, William ,There Is no record of her birth the pies are as "good as ;:
t tested. Unfortunately for pri Oak street.Dr. Sherman Jennings could not be present. only evidence of her age being her mother made. And ifyou'll Gasoline
i her pitcher was sick all the to stand by tombstone and the claim 1 is Launches.
made .
"-. II. Rosenburg and familyleft see nili-. --iL' ..,"..'11''
that it baa been fte.L .
before and was not ID S _tampered with. The n -- -- n JU" II lGT.o.- ,
4 play the g uie. but he settled this week for Old Orchard Me.. tombstone plaster cast of which Say, "we'll take the cake." ca. of I
wa made in Oregon for I L : : =:.a. >.. I
; to business after the first / l Visitor. where they expect to spend the IXTEKLACHEX. trial shows this record use In the ..-*,!. !S' I
: "Aged --a--
S J The Oak Halls made tf the .. heated, term. sixty run n a" i iS I
( runs lIu rlnten- rears, but the cipher looks as thouftn .5
S i&tt1? 1 time they were at the bat. Seminary and M. ,,, Stewart of Jacksonville, Our section has been visited by It might orlgnally have been a *ti." 320 Lemon Street. I I

t -4 not score afterwards. Palatka Uain vllle wa noted among the many former some fine showers the past two weeks. and U will tw left to the court to de- AUTOSPARKER.
will make the bay cida whether it was or not. If I..........__..cc,__,..._....,d.
14 to score during the Kauie. The and made Palatkans who were here on the big They crop good. court declare her to base the wn.'r.... .........__Ie'.........,..-U.
age .
ci therefore was 8 to O in favor visit. Prof. excursion Tuesday. Tb* rain are causing late peachesto sixty year at the tlc-.a of her death brea E. 0. EARLS -._ tS.... _wfla..a. '" _n.fl.fl.., ..en....._OWflor
Oak Hull There few split and will have the same effect the heirs will win. St l55D5ts .4.
tt i; were encouragingly I Chas Kupperbuscb jr., and sU- Louis Globe- I
J made either side upon the orange; but the trees are Democrate. ((8uen ar IP L.B.a It
t 4 on ; was a seminary the ters, MUses Edith and Minnie, came rw..sc.-c.
i55Jr E5 strong clean game from start I over from! Goodali last Monday antispent full of fruit and a few split will :Notice! Repairs Bicycles. Guns Locks. 8f'*- e..J
: I make difference. Sewing ;u.aelllo.: .
no J
and -
T ish was one of the most several day here.Mr. And other
To tha survivors F light
of the Seminole I -
of war of
Mrs. Youce formerly this
and place
ing fiercely contested
I Johnson ODe of the genial proprietor JHS7 sad 138 : 413 Lemon St..
easoo. (thU was filed of the Seaside Inn Ooo
S $tt54 ,. Very few of our people have : office last Flavisited our city lasi SaturdayIn her many friend her the past week. IUD" 27th. 1'JOJ. extending maeprovisions.

,S S& the Oak Hall play ball for lands of the the Interest of his hotel. Mr*. J. T. Jenkins visiting.. her limitation and bmieni of The otlre. Furnished Rooom
S I the met of 189-J to survivor of the Seml- Betristrmtlna Book for
4 four years,and a large com daughter Mrs. O teen, at Lakeland.Rev. DOle wars ol IS3T and County Will be Putnam Hot
: The Osceola County Signal says I@M. 1.01 DOT opes\ In my om.,. ac the and Cold BathsROBERTAJAME5'
c not have a very favorable : county. The that the marriage fever baa struck :Mr. Saunders filled his appointment .. prepared to prosecute the peualon elalms court House, la PkUUa. for the purpoM.
: them; but those who witnessed I the Bank of at the Methodist Church of such ...m..1a.lIOIdl...*. aDd tile widows or registration on the folloWiDu day.
and wonder if the doctor
i Tuesday found thai the Kisalmmee of doceMd. soktler of thma wv cash week: 1I0Dda1" Wa..D-1' sod
S game will qnarintina against it. :tundajr:'! morning. fresol eharge. M. L CONE:, Frtol.1'. rrom II o'olock .. m. 10 Ii
t : team La composed! of a I Library.. Geo. Wood and Miss Dora Reb MUsThekla. Berkleman. who bad Jj W-lm Pension Solicitor. and frOIDI\ p. 01, to 5 Po 10 eomlll..oI em. I .ISlMMor to ChU.g.pp.bu.sbmPALATSA. ,
S set of young men, and they Ina August 4th t9l'l'J. rLOIUPI.
ehn! of DeLand gala day la been visiting her slater in Fitzgerald On Tuesday the ladle
SS favorable impression in the [ received a spent of the city HENISReglatrwtiomt PETEJUUn. -
the city with friends. They were ao- Gv, for several month, returned sold refreshment In the
t our people. A* we have .. I ,.... books room O1Ieer. I
'I J companied borne by Miss. annU. borne the past week. next north of the postofflca and .Ioly !7th. 1902
of Newark the ifroa Ocean .
1 4t for,they played a good, clean HouseSHEES
bays been Wood wbo has been the guest of A number of our eitlzan visited lanOBoma sum of $3& wa realized.: 1'11.' Lao Ul'.L I
At 4 o'clock the yacht race I .....
C ..
'S I over the g-mlle eou,.. in full ... and an Miss Anna Oerber for the pant two PaUUa Tuesday to take In the I This money will be donated to the --Ie p'-_......-.feow- ..If.._-_.. .....It Om simi ....' __ K.u __

S I.een. ; IgbU. I band tow the purchase of nw music. -t S. .a.ettlos SI .. CHAS. XBPPIRBUSCfl.: Prop'r.
; :L hundreds of peopl on th. j| .. .t... .1

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