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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL. X, NO. 81.. PALATKA, ,FLORIDA" THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902. 91. Per Year.Here's .


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GOINGS! ON IN FI.OJUUA.Urlnudo ..

', MR CH(88R'S( ( PlAHORM. i
Your -.... now bonHtM of a well or-
IMPORTANT TO ALL FLORIDA. gnnl/od butte ball tttnm. ,y

There are three candidates for
'i With a Little Training He Hopes td mayor of Key Went. The fight will

HON. JEFFERSON D. BROWNE DEFINES HIS POSITIONIN Become Something of a "Watch be made on an open or closed town.


Grand OpportunityWe RACE FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.The Dog" Himself. ) The jHfkgonvllle will be represented military at companies the-

'Interests of the Producer and Shippers in J.op rdy-A Stirring A p. F.IH1'O& PALATKA NKWS. military. tourniinieut at Avondale,
la., AugUHt 3S to HU.
I Milieu the time Is no Khort before
.peal' to the Democracy of Florida to Do IU Full Duty on August 12th. the date set for the holding of the An timiHunlly large; alligator wire

Second Primary, August 12th. I shot In the river at the rear of B. B.
i Hllbb"r cannot umke
again a personal can-
'TO THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE OF. .FLORIDA vibes of the county and therefore Tluirmliiy. It was ten feet and tour

week, before letting ma know adopt this method of communicating Incliua lung.Cmumander.
Mr. H. E. Day, after delaying nearly a
wllli my fellow Democrats! relativeto Colllnn of the Pensa-
take' our annual Summer Inventory August what he would do, has decided to make the race for Railroad Coramluslou- my cnn
er over again, notwithstanding the fact that I lei him In the recent pri met you In the campaign before to build six seagoing coal bllTe )?-

1st. Between and then "there'll be something doing mary. the' II rut Primary and then decluredmysilf '' forth" government at the yard

now During my canvass of the State before the primary of July 15th, I on nil public measures andIHHIH'H. I' Tliey will tOHt! about $IU)0' ) each.
I stand today Just where I
proclaimed my position on the questions which affected the people In their stood 'lit Mint time. Were I to adopt, 1'uul Cunova of Savannah ap-

at FEARNSIDE'S" if low prices on Summer Clothes dealings with the transportation companies but as I was unable to go all now, a different platform, niter nrchtmirn [ppured before the State Board of

over the State, and the time Is too short now to make a personal canvas my 1 tiiclpals am heretofore I'nriloiiH lit TallaluiHHee lust 'ThurH-

for with the before the second primary I take this method of reiterating and reaffirmingmy announced, I should. foul that I was day in behalf of Andrew Green, who
count anything 'people. position. placing myself beyond the WOK convicted of niansluuKliter last

and sp'rlt' of the primary laws which fall
First. I advocate a cent a mile rate on railroads In the
passenger
has prevents the Introduction of new The Louisville & Nashville Ball.
in Men's Summer
Clothing
Everything Weight State of
Florida. candidates and Impllvdlv at leant, run Second I am opposed to discriminations In favor of certain persona the introduction new Issues.' The .survey. and will build.a branch road
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reduced cent. and localities by the railroads, which has been their practice In the past campaign' Ix on. It (IK the same campaign I'roin Opp to Florala, Ala, Inducedto ,

been 25 per and which has not been prevented by the Railroad Commission under the that was opened upon the cull di aa because the Jackson Lumber

of aDd If I will all to rom- lor the first pi" unary. I declared CompHiiy will build an ImnieiiHe sawmill
chairmanship Mr Day elected. use my power
Especially myself, then. 1 wae led to become a ut lorala It 1 III also Hald that
is reduction make in
This a big Clothing. edy this evil. candidate then largely for the pur- the Central of Georgia will build

Third While I believe In treating the railroads justly I also believe pose of availing some of the Issues from !Hellarsvllle" to Florala.

offer. that it Is the duty of the Railroad Commission to require them to nJected, Into that campaign' by my
such clothing as we A prominent cotton buyer and far-
1 stand I be-
now.
opponent. pat
treat the people justly and If elected I will work to that end. lelve In all fullness that the Issues mer of Madison nays "We are hav

Fourth. The Railroad Commission has ample power to give the people heretofore made mid accepted by all ing lots of rain and the cotton crop

The Suits are the kind that embrace style, finish the relief. they need, and to enforce their decrees promptly when made; the candidates should remain the Ispotirup to this time. It does not

and If elected I pledge myself to use all the power of the law to accomplish Kmno throughout thin. entire context. look like It could make more than

these ends. Gout cOl'n Iri often .spilled by changing I half a crop. We had very heavy
and fit. rain In J Illy, alld then It turned ofl
fruit saddle bags while crossing the
Fifth. The producers of the State of Florida the farmers, and creek. However this whole matter; extremity dry and hot and the cotton

vegetable growers, merchants the turpentine and phosphate people and U with the democrats of the county. tired ami shedded Its leaven and t

This is your oppportunity. ,Grab it. the mill and timber men are the bone and sinew of our State's prosperity. I am at tit" disposal of this party. very nearly nil of the bottom crop

Their Interests- should be the first consideration of the Railroad Commission, [Iun not greater than this party and shvdded olf. 1 do not think there

and I will If elected, usa every effort to safeguard and protect them. ( cniiiiot place my personality-my will be but very little cotton In this n

At the primary of July 16th there were so many candidates for the Individual claims above It-above mtirlteB before October, and there
demands Its I will have to be a great come-out In
Fearnside & Company.Cull office of Railroad Commissioner that the Issues were clouded and obscured, Its not conducting or thin principals.campaign on my am the crop If there Is much then."

to some extent. good. looks nor my personal great One of thane who heard Hob Davis'
In the contest now on between Mr. Day and myself they are ness. I am merely an humble servant Inimitable speech at the banquet In

plain and clear-cut. Mr. Day stands for the railroads. He was agent of of the Democratic Party the Jacknonvllle last Wednesday night

:: :a, F ori.: La._ the F. P. and C. Railroad at Gainesville when appointed on the Commission party I have served and lovuti. If In which he told the secret of the effectiveness -

was appointed as their special representative, and Is their candidate now. elected I will endeavor to do my du- of the work of the Florida
ty In a conservative, honorable anduptight him task Thursday
-- delegation, took to h
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Mr. Day In his platform says: I base. my claim to suffrages
Democratic I J C Osteen, W O W Brook ; J M IV riR"UIP(: OOUIir: TIFTH 11'ITMILi : people upon my put record." Into sort of with way. the 1 may even go after this manner: f
Cull for S.et'oIHI 'nrt'riFit'TvtH {ouNry' FL.OUIIMIV training hope Home "I see that you claim to be the
Kelly,Clerk. :- (UANCBUY.. Are you satisfied with Mr. Day's record u a Railroad Commission. day;to become something of a watch whole thins at Washington."

Primary l\oNKoE'tllHILI", No 17-John LtvIngHton Muiy; caner iVH art dog myself. "Yen," said the congressman.
J. Bill for Divorce. While I don't claim to be the only "
AUGUST lath, 1002. 8 J HI..t HJVaiiHe; F H HnnrCftnty I Has his policy been beneficial to your community real thing" In the pack I' shall "Yes."You"did It all? .

Under the Cull Made for a Second VausB, Clerk. In It tbe nppPArlni above Hint' by d nflldavlt. imuiit ttmt niipnndoil to"I the)', bill HieilufoildHiit Has U helped the farmers In your section to the extent which It hope at leant. to growl with Hiltllolent 'Well, how can you prove it ?" a;

Primary lUeotloii.The BALDWINS, No 18-8 T Fowler, J tht hike. .of, Ibo elate. of. FlorhlK" ntid IbM ho I h.... It for Mr. and continue his policy In force. If barn yaid.Itvoukl. the admit It.;"
A Knight, John Price; L Kennell, barn Hbmiut, moro. than. Hlxtyditya nut "pr so, then vote Day : congressman, 1
State Democratic Kxeoutive I Clerk. liiH thin nppliuntlnn. forpubliLHtion nod amdo.1 not then you should elect some one who would work to change. that policy be nothing new to nay I
(date for 'IH %-r.ho itf and" Unit am In favor of good schools Of
fixed the pen twciity-ttnu oars
Committee having OKANDIN, No 10-J M 'Tlmmons tiles I. no p.rmm, In the MAW of I'I..lel.. tlintitienervlio and Inaugurate one which would give the people the relief they want. course, we all are. I believe in going Cut this out and take It to Aokerman
the second primary on Aug. 12th, O B \V S Shine ot .n .ubponua. upon whom would' Mr. Day has made his record on the Commission, and the people In to teeth for reduced .kBtewart'a drug store and get a box otChamberlain's
A J Padgett, Mobley; halt, vudl tlofonilnntt, U it I thnrotnretint urdorud. your eye
11XK2\( the Democrutlo Exeoutive COln- Clerk. Sew non-roi>ldeiiC tlitfouUunt ha And I. know what It I. In his platform which he has Just announced, he seek taxation and increased revenue. I Stomach A Liver Tablets.

I(tea of Putnam County hereby IsHIIOS hereby rwinlrod to appear t.i tin* 11111 nf dmttilnlnt to change that record and take an entirely different stand. The people believe In democratic measure for The beet physio. They also correct dle-
in BANNKHVILLK, No 20-W C Carter nio,l in odd cause tin or before V.ONUAVTMfS orders of the ..t<>maeb. Price 26 cents 8
its formal call for a, second primary IrUlMYUPHMlEMHFIt" : A. I>. ,"nJ.' ilk...... would not select a Republican to enforce Democratic principles, even if the good of the state at large andPutiiiiin
be 12:. J M Hall, W J Bryan ; EAR wlw* tliu HllnffnttoiiH, Huld bill will bo taknuan Be were to pretend to adopt the Democratic platform. Neither will they \ county In particular. I favor -
August ,
election to on .
Stokes' weut
Qinfori id by add dofonount however broad and John a country/ n.
Clerk.BOHTWIC'K a
each election precinct In Putnam Conway, It la furtlmr. nrdumd. that thin' order, he pub elect a railroad man to carry out the policy of the people, although he now shell generous I to Jacksonville with a cartload of
101)2\():. In policy, of development. I advocate -
Democratic No 21-John W alls- ; 11.1,01weank" ft'r' outiHraiitlvo w."k.ln attempts to assume that attitude. His platform, viewed In the light of his narrow in Its peaches last Thursday. He left his
allow the no measure so
County to HIM NDWH mid ewepxyxycr pub
choice for son. Win Register, L C Williams; R IMitHl. lumiid ...Ad,3Nnd.. record seems to have been made to get In on and not to stand upon..Hit elteetas to drive away the investment cart and went Into .yard to dispose

voters to express their J Hancock, Clerk. 'iiiin' Atlanta ell ivoj.HbALj has had nearly six yeare to carry out the policy which he now claims to of capital which seeks to aid usIn of some of his fruit, jwn hU return

the various State and County pincers FRANCIS, No 22-Q W Becka J M [ Clerk JOSEPH Ulroult: PUtOK court.Oomplaiunnfi advocate, and has absolutely failed to do so. the better development of our he found a negro boy in the act of

to be voted for at the November election Hmlth, E W Smith; S S Browning, M. I COIa The record which he made wnlle on the Commlislon was for the railroads state.I milking way with two baskets of his
SoIJoItor. and
Jly74wIS tokes!
the candidate of I1 peaches. ran up caught
the on inn no man. |
selected at primary
not Clerk and against the people, and they will not be deceived by promisesmade inn the candidate of no combine or him by the neck. While looking fora

July 15th. PALATKA No SH-MorlU Kohl, E OOCRT OF TUB JTHTTOK OF TUB PEA E. just before a second primary and after his "past record" had been clique. I merely seek an a plain citizen policeman, another negro boy picket ?d

I Member of the House of Represen'tatlves. C Kelly Wm Ivera; Ben Rodda PUTNAM lUUNr\L01Ul>A. rebuked at the polls In the first primary by the overwhelming election of -us u true and loyal democrat up a brick and struck Stokes on i
Notice .Is hereby fftvttn" theta stint. lit &ttnahtni
the back of his head He was forced
Mr. Burr. nil the of Putnam
to people
represent
.
llils ttlst.1W4
Clerk. >' t wim ooinmitiK'ml' in court July
1 County Commissioner for District ,I by a. B 611I0110) ,..,aln.I John Ortnoiul. The policy of Mr. Day on the Commission has been to discourage the county In aW"e state Legislature.If I to relenee his hold on the boy who
PALATKA, No 24&-J H AlnDro8ei, The. entJohn. Crmonpdnd' all other* elected; i endeavor to do no immediately scampered off. Stokes
J.Iof.tI
No. 4. John Billotte, Wm heal; J D Jef- 1 III0re. tire therofort rtNiitreilto. ap|'our to Investment of capital In railroad enterprises In this State by discrimination net that will shame county but him been unable so far to locate his
my
for District tho11me' on Mondiijr, Hftnteinlier' |1rtl'( llNM, e.ems against new roads In favor of the old established ones. The schedules annuitant. '
Commissioner : : : (
r
1 County shall endeavor duty
fords, Clerk.PALATKA) being a ruin Jxy of thin courtJ to discharge my
of tariffs allowed for the Plant System the Seaboard Air Line
6. I UltlDBRLY.JuritlcaoC freight In such ait to reflect credit
No. ; way upon
E
N 25 N B Megan Ifl.
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ia to be conducted ? the Pause DlHtrkt and the Florida East Coast Railroads are higher than those my constituents and benefit the Interest Cl1B&D PARALYSIS

This primary aud regulations S Grooms,.P. L Tlppsnu; H A Davis, allowed the South Georgia and West Coast the Valdosta I pledge myself to faithfully W. 8. Bailey :P, O. True,Tex., writes: -a
under the
eaute-rulee Clerk. NOTICE, Erouthern! the Suwannee and San Pedro, and the Georgia" represent. "My wife bad been suffering. live years
and hours that the first primary JOSEPH PRICE. JAMES M. CHKSWBH: 8r. with In her when I was
Florida and, Alabama as will will be seen by comparison of the paralysis arm,
was held under. Chairman Dem. Ex Com. *\ll p r':on dent rou a ,,C having! any oorrmj.tlntmnmdn schedules published In the Fourth Annual Report of the Railroad Commission a-soS persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Llnl-
PRICE In t ke n a<*'iim JOSEPH was meet
Attest. wliothnr In the IrRtliiir wtluntlnn of prop beginning on page 198 and In the Fifth Annual Report beginning 01
Dew Ex. Com : : or oTlierwl Ore, required:, to ale wills 1 1mJl also used It for old sores, frost bites cud
Chair J. N. BLACKWELL, Secretary. oily record" attack made Monday
< <.rk, on or lifiCore tha niuutliitf of the City page 48. Instead of lowering .the freight rates his "past was to A despt rate was skin eruptions.. It does the work."

J. N. BLACK WELL, ... Counoll' to bo hold AI glint I''111, thulr! petliinn oronmplAlnt .allow the great trunk ] nee to charge from 25 to 100 per cent more than tha morning about 10 o'clock on At- 2Bo, CUo and Sl.OO at Ackerman &Stew

Secretary. IN' THE MI.WR.ITIonn/ FORIPU7: YAM forth addm.5.d l Rpeolflcitlly 1 kt" nt their< '' oiimtl oiijoot'on. In writlnpnetting h. HAUIeUw mailer roads which have just been built. Such a policy Is t In the Interest torney-Ueneral Lamar for the nominee art's, Palatka, and Lounds' drug store, il
recent Congressin
of the
IA / > thm. ilonlrotl' to bo nimli*, primary .
<*H niiilitttutl corm of the great trunk lines, and tends to discourage the Investment of capital Crescent City.
I OUNrY.tlAlUlDA, IN CHA> >IW, The titJouiiull will meet In the ooujuHl the Third district hiM temporary
SECOND IMIIMAUV ELECTION Alfred /. Boer AdiulnlHtnilor 1 chamber for thi p"r.u| of henrlnu snub !*o. I in our State In railroad building and development of sections of the office In the northern part of Tallahassee -
AND of the unite of ;Jlnry 1*. !oyor, I tliloiiB or oonip'alntN! on the ,nth tiny, of AUB State Into which these trunk lines do not extend, and to retard railroad by Walter Lv Taylor, who The Wall Flop.
INSPECTORS Dooou..d. } net, A. ]>.. 11HM.. J. N. BLAQK F.LLr -
".. City ulerk' building by any other companies was In the late primary ait clerk at Welaka, Aug. 4h02.Editor .

CL1SKKS. U. H.Pnwton,..t al. J JToJ Mr. Day's "past record" and his present platform are utterly at va Precinct No. 14, in Leon county, PALATKA NEWBI .N
appointed if Wamaw loorulci' and where charges of fraud were broughtby There certainly was great surpriseto
are IU Fronton <
The following
persons : nJJ riance. My position Is consistently the that I have maintained sinceI
W. HiiiiK.n U.I'. Upton, NOTICE. same
Hurry French, L Lamar's friends. Taylor wait accompanied see ill your last Issue, that JohnP.
to serve an Inspectors and Clerks when r..uloiic-o. l I..nkn..wn. to the first entered public life. My record In the Senate In 1891. whed I was by his father, who lives Wall, now comes out and heR'8 for

at the Democratic Primary to be Hill Y."r.of 4'011I1'1111111111..1 hereby .1"1..1| huruln to KaliiNt tippoiir,, yOIl ,the The year AifiiMiHniAnt,IW4' will b R..llor.upon the for City limpaallnn, of P"'R.k..lnr' In the President pt that body and again In 1893, Is well, known and my near Lloyd, in Jefferson County. votes; that he Is satisfied Putnam

held on AUGUST 12, 11)02) : or hiifore Lb.tliu drat. d.y of Suuteuibttr A. l.>., olllio! o( the AiMMtaDr, rip oounull ohanher voice and vote were always on the side of the people. I have always been Taylor demanded of Lamar his slg- county does not want a dispensary.This .

CRESCENT CITY, District .No '1- u.It....'.II'rlhorurd..111I..I' thin order be pub- from Aiiffimt lilt lo AiigiiHt III.h. Inclusive Biml in favor of a strong Railroad Commission, and assisted In drafting the bill. nlture to a I paper disclaiming any reflections he tniiHt have known long ago,
and from
tutoil till I U
Iroin
< y exi( u lit'
E McQrady, Redmond B Gautier, llnliiMlulueii. wttok forulKlitconitucMitlve, wuokB Up.m.\tOt4p.w. J, N. ULACIt1VEl.L. which wes Introduced In the! Senate In 1893, and advocated Its passage upon him. Lamar stated but by any sort of a dodge was determined -
In the 1'iiliitkii NUWH nnd AdvurtlMtir, anewKpuper city Tax A..e.iK>r. he would leave for Monticello on the to pret votes and have his
J H Harp; O O Westoott, Clerk. pulillnhlMl sold I'ulnuin County, In response to Mr. Day's statement published with, his announcement noon train to return, to-morrow, and own way. The people should not

UEOKORTOWN, No. 2-J O Saun- winipM my hand unit. red! of olll'e tbl. Id NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR of his candidacy before the second primary'that he was offered, the would then consider the matter. and forget this, but should shelve him

dare JF Allen, E.H Stearns; 8 n day or July.' A.D, J8twl clOTkOWbV Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter position of Secretary to the Railroad Commission at $9,500 per annum, aa give I him.a written i .. statement of his for all time. HU promise, if reeleot-

1:40.11: k RMITir PIUCF' > 4HB8 Laws of Florida.. an Inducement not to run, and that ha had spurned the otter I will say thatno \lioilllon In hematterTaylor, again ed. If carried out, are no more than
Clerk.NOBWALK ,
Causey, Burnham ttollultora for Coinplulnanl. Notice Is hereby given that W. B. Johnenn such offer waa ever made to Mr. Day by me or by any one for me, but demanded an Instant signature. Mr. Ch Nser will do. There l Is no }
No 8-E R declined. then minds of
Taylor that
rills Lamar doubt In the many, a
I friends of Mr. Day who stated that they act-
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. that was approached by were
J Mo N Bard; Robt. assaulted him striking him several deal wax had by encouraging a third
Joseph Joiner 1 1WELAKA. 678, dated the 8d day of July >. D., 1809hae \ lug for him, with such a proposition and In the Interest of harmony In the heavy blows ,with a stick. Lamar candidate to come out, And then use

W Bard, Clerk. FOR SALE. Iliad raid ourtltloate my once coil Democratic party, to prevent the necessity and expense of a second primary was sitting In his chair. Lamar a subterfuge, in the way of no fenceto

No.. 4-H H Bryant, C baa made application for tax deed to Issue and aa a courtesy'to a defeated competitor for the oce. I stated that arose and cloned with him. After gain votes. There was trickeryIn
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J Huuter. S H Green; Frank Wal- In Aooorilanqe with law Said nettlfiuete I would consent to his employment as Clerk to the Commission with the understanding pressing Taylor across the room Taylor It, and every voter, should (to to
the described
house and lot in Block embraoee following broke loose, awing a pistol and the polls (1 bury Wall deep down.
dron, Clerk. The situated lu Putnam that he was to be retained so long, and only so long a. his
property County resenting It quickly at Lamar. Be- Read l the article by voter; It Is to the
Prior Chas
Horace and Mr. withheld
COMO No. wit services proved satisfactory to the Commission Day an.
Floridato
75 of Palatka. Formerly occupied Pore he could shoot Lamnr. took the point and will weight. It ,
E F Sullivan E. k* of N. E. V4 Section 8. Town- of his second candidacy until he had, on July 80th carry ;
O Hlade D W Perry; H. ( nouncement telegraphed! pistol. from him, Lamar called In his ,3v>ki as if Mr. Wall intended to, rep-
Clerk. by Mr. Frank Hepburn ship 11 Range 21-40 acr... to a mutual friend In Jacksonville to know if agreement for his employ clerk, Walter Taylor's uncle thefather resent UII, In any event; lie seem. Jo;

POMONA No 6--John Cook, Com and known the Bungalow.For The said land being ,assessed at the ment as Secretary could be obtained In writing, to which he received a reply following. Lamar declinedto be calling on every friend to prayforhim
8M dat.ot the l Issuance of suoh certificate In
Middleton Platt that It could not be obtained.I kill stating so to the clerk, and help surely thin
Alvera, Spencer ; the name, of W D Coouibs Unlersaatd Taylor hlm\\
of the to him. The the
office the U after
at and pistol that
terms apply certificate hall be redeemed according bad no Intimation of this until I received a telegram from Mr. proves
Berry, ClArk.BAT8TMA clerk and father wern not in the olllco\ not the office for the man.
V to law tax deed will Issue Day In reply to one which I had sent him, asking him to let ne know ;
}[El RT8, No 7-T room during the first part of .thedllllculty. There Is no good reason why any anti -
Strunz.
Hlnks Bent F McGraw, E B Philips Henry thereon on the 10th.day of September whether or not he would, be a candidate In which he asked coa to '"In ,-T. U. and CltUon.PHTHICIAM should vote different, ana we

A. D. 1902.Witneac. dulge", him until he had received a reply to the telegram which ha had .... ... a should gain many votes as the stock
; J P Bosaant Clerk. my official signature and seal sent td a mutual friend; and It was after the receipt of the latter refusingto R000cT. dodge cannot be Injected. W. N
BAN MATHO, No S-O A Turner, M this the. 6th day of AUIr" t. A. D. 11)03.) AND D
Resta rant. enter Into such a contract that he announced his candidacy
Solana W M Williams; W F European [Seal) JOSEPH PRICE, Ford it Sturgeon, a prominent drug
Jr., Clork Circuit Court Putnam Co Florida As a gentleman I could<< aot have mentioned this, as Mf. Day had WATCH von A CHILL, *'
.
Station Ky., write: "We
firm at Rooky ,
Bogero, Clerk should be treated confidential between this time of '
matter as at
requested that the gentlemen Rowevarslight year
Furnished Rooonis, were requested. by Dr. O. B. Bnlgley to
EAST PALATKA No9-W'S Cone, think that there In this climate U Is the forerunner ,,4
Mr. Day now seems to Is some political cap smid for Uerblne for the benefit of our .and
J C Gould, J D I Iagan: C E Thigpen, Hot and Cold Baths NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ital to be made of It, and violates the bond of confidence and rewards my customers.e ordered three dosen In of malaria. A disposition, lo yawn and
lax Dee 1 Under Section 8 of Cbaph r all tired out feeling even cornea before
Clerk. AtROBERT generosity by seeking to use It against me I am willing to leave the matterto December and we are glad to say nerblue n
t8ti8 Laws of Florida
Uerblne its
the chill. by: prompt )
FBDKBAI POINT, No' 10-John V the better Impulses, fair-mindedness and manhood of the people of the has given such great satisfaction stimulative action the liver drive
Notice la hereby given that W. It. on yje
JAMES' that have duplicated this order three
Atkinson, B B Danoy, J Yelver- JohuHon, purchaser of Tax Cert III"ate State of Florida. times we, and today we gave your salesman the .iralarial germ ,out of the .,.tem.;'

toll; E D Danoy, Cl..rk. (Suooewor to Cliu.Kupperbiixih' ) No. A7li dated the 3rd day of July, A. I wish to Impress upon the people the Importance of the primary of' another order. We beg to say that Dr. purifies the blood tones up- the system

PALATKA HEIOIITI No 11-F HLaBarron PALATKA a JTI.OBIDA.ON D., 1HUU baa Iliad said certificate In my August 13th. While there are not so many candidates to be voted for, O. B. Hulgley takes pl.sure In recommending and restores. health, 6Oo at Aokerraan '..

L T Dupree II A B MeKenalej .. oflloo, and baa made application for tax the Issues Involved are; as great and the Interest of the people are amuck II rblne GOo at AokermanA t Stewart, Palatka, and Lounds', Crescent

Clerk. ilemi! to issue lu accordance with law.Said at stake as they were In the election of July 16th. If, through Indifference : Stewart's, Palatka" and Lounds' drug 01"" ..f 1P

; \V C Hargrove, ON TUB DKACH.uppcMlte ., curtlrtcate embraces the following :you do not vote on the 12th of august. the policy whlck yea ..... tore. Oresoent City.
PALATKA No 18:-N O Davte, N O Ocean Houser ... D...... rl..r','" doenrlbed property situated In Putnam of Notice.At .
danger
dorsed. In the July primary stands la being nullified
H Moragne L. C. Sephena; James! A ( OByiuiiH.Op .> County Florida to wit: the meeting held by' the Board
Balr Clerk. .D aU theyenr.; Kat...Reasonable, WJ of K W hot H. W. lq(lees 1 A., August X, 1901. ._ JBFFBR8ON B. BROWNIE Kalola. of County' Commissioner Tuesday,.

PALATKA, No 1A O Phillips y J CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH,. Prop'r. BeotlVu. 6, Township 11, Range .84" -119 -- -- This highly) endorsed preparation for August 6, lIl1rJ, It was ordered that:

acre. IlCRldtrutlon Notice Notice of Application Indigestion kidney and liver troubles I Is all paupers who are now on the pau
Courrler, n 1I Kent) J A Shelley, The ....hllaDd being assessed at the The Registration' Book for Putnam FOB PERMIT TO SBtMIUUOBH, WINES AND no fake or worthless trash The free p.'l.l8t., shall appear before the board

Clerk date of the Issuance of such oertlftaute County will be open In my office at the BCBU.Whoroiin samples given to the people of Pa atka at their next regular meeting on Sep,
In the name..(W. D Coombs gllle-.al.1. l T. H. Bar has Bind with Uv deserve fair and trial. Blob at o'clock\ a.m. andshow r '
PALATKA, No 14-J T Brown Pat EARLS Court House. In Palatka. for tbe purposeof Board or bunny CominlMtonnm tee Putnam a Impartial ternbor 9, iuoa: ,
.
E. 0. certificate shall be redeemed according
McGraw Robt James OIRowtou, registration, on the tollowln days County Fltirlila. hl. al.pllc..n| | for permit. to poor saint and sinner all praise Kaloli. cause If any they have, why
; to l taws tax deed will lennethornon on the each week t Mondays, Wednesdays and sell L...'....., Win.and Beer la glaolloa' Dl.- It le. the special friend of all who auffflr they should not be itrlckea from the
Cleric* ((//IU-to L. Hondrlokmn) juih day of September A. D. litO'i.Vltne ) Fridays from 0 o'olook a. m. to 11 hit' M, of Mill county and stnuif *QT olttMm with the diseases.. that It claim to cure list.Witness '
m. pauper
Tho T Hay Bopalr BlcyotwB, Ouoa, Look. Safea. \ ... my ofllolal algnature and seal of mall ..InaUoa'duurlrt map show eaum, If > 3e band and anal this 6th
PALATKA No 15- It for a..l" by Acknrraan Stewart -
and from I p. m. to S p. m.t commencing l&are ba, at the meeting of the Bn.nl to beb.i.I enow ; my
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C E Johnson Julius Hanna; WE Sewing Machlnee.lypewrlter, this the 8th. day of August A. )D. IDOa. ; August\ 4th 1902. : : in TuM(ncpMinlx V 1WM and the Putnam Pharmacy.; Use the day of August! A. D. iuoa. t1
And other light work. [Snail JOSEPH PBICE. i DENIM PETEBMaNW put, why suobptrmllihoiild. not be sntntwl.I .. ea and call fur KaloU at these (eaAL.JONFPII PRICE
Wattles, Clerk., Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co. Florid. I,....) JOSEPH Pint'S. samp '
413 Lemon fit., PALATXA. fLA July 87tt.l9t? Registration Offlosr. Ulerk B carol CA) Com.uuum Go. .. drug storeo. Clerk Board Vio. Com,
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i..; 4 The Palatka News There[ were. three contestants, the .""' The Misses MorallY and Roberta of Obituary. a. CK, ,

v 1 Dolphin, Martha/ and Flnhy. Two City fiappcniita and S Jacksonville, spent gala day wllli Jefferson MoMeekhi\ was born Photo 'rapher

1 ''''r and Advertiser prizes were awarded, time! first' to [the the! family of Mr.\ :F. A. Gerber, returning Putnam Co.,.Fla., near what Is } i

olphln and the second to the Mar = Personal mention. S to their home Wednesday on the town of McMeekln, August i Rae opened at the Bland ronently Lemon occupied Street By w. u. o. Bmnnh.g. ,
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tha. the early train 1800!( and departed this life at

:t the In the racoon Wednesday between R. }'. Lyon, of Interlavhen, was in Geo. Xehnliaur, of St. Augustine, home, In MoMeekln, April 17th,.l ) Everything; In the photographic>!4"ie'll Line.' .e'+i.Views dt9! a Specialty J'
saniu boats the 1\Iurlhl1 the *.Iaa 19i1i
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A BIG DAY IN P PAATKA.l I wan the disease to e'a.14141'19.
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Pneumonia ;
y, z winner by a close margin. town !gala day. last was among Saturday.the visitors Mr. Zehnbiuir In Palatka was his physical was man yielded after. .'/ i3r _ -

A big dance at the Jesse R. Bnrtx of Uitlnoavlllo
Armory TUPS- was ,
His E. WELCIT T. B.
here on .business connected with the Illness of eleven days GEO MERTRILL,
lay night made an appropriate end here Tuesday. Vice .
F. K. C. Railway. being very much run down wore Paae'DBNT' It

7. ThousoMs 01 P People o Yisited ed.lug, and The a ufTalrwaMasucot'BS large attendance was in every not Percy In the Elder: city.of Jacksonville, l la visiting Bailey Woltz\ and, R.Walter B. Trueman-and Robbl.iM. "Herbert ':rn-- ble which to recover came upon from him.the severe National BankOf

The
particular. musio
ceased at12I'M McMeekin spoilt, his life
o'clock g. m., and thus ended Win. McBride of Snvlllo spout gala est !Monday, of Jacksonville were Bro. surrounding, Fa.la.t3ca.

me Cily on TuOSdQ Yf one of the! greatest events In the his day In the citv. numbered among the excurters to birth-place.the neighborhood In 1MKI he united accounts or the people throughout PutulLm County and te lido, III

tory of our city-one long to be remembered C. R. Johnson of Daytona, spent the city on gain day. (the Baptist' church at O'h\\' "tho courtesies,, and ItCoommo".Uone" oouslatent with goon Banking

by the many people who Saturday In the city.Mr. Miss Susie Morague\ an nt'coin- where he held his membership -
July 2 m.EnRYIHlNG did the honor to Palatka pllshed lady of Palatka, Fla.,
us pay a \ H. S. Wilson and family are young the time of his death. Your
lias been the of Mm. gmI.LmAao. We Deserve
visit. Confidence
pleasant guest N.
b visiting Detroit, Mich.A. On. January 20th, IHM\ he was .
'1'akingthe day altogether everything J. W. Collins In this city for the past ,
+ M. Plant, of Cairo, Ohio, was a week.-TallahOHSeean. rled toMIssLavInlaNewsomo\ SAlliy CO. In matters pertaining to drugs
&
off and and
panned nicely quietly
''k PASSED Off DIM. visitor In town thin week. fell asleep the following Mny.
All business men of the city report ufood Mrs J. G. Robinson and daughter.Miss On July 15th 1WI4, he married' \ medicine, because we have madeit
---- --- patronage and are!, therefore A. B. Brown of Lake City was an Pearl few lit
Ringham/ spent a Louise B. Chnlres, who, with Insurance: a point to buy only the
rim happy and contented. excursionist In town Tuesday ,days last week with friends In Slxco their only child, \' best
the B Base B Bull II Games G mad Yacnlm Y mR ------ Mrs. Sherman Fowler of Hastings, and Satsuma Heights, returning him.Ellington American anal 1 ]Foreign, We do not believe in substitution

An Enjoyable At..lr.. was visiting in the city Monday. home Monday afternoon. nil assured
possessed
Bro. McMoekln: Rest
any prescription
R Races Were \me Features o 01! One of the prettiest I and most enjoyable Harry Clllford, of Jacksonville Misses\ Kittle and Maud Segue and, ble disposition- \"
dances, Palatka young people was here several d"YII1RHt week. Elsie Uxlna, three entertaining patient; was very" careful of ( Insurance: the

;;', the Occosslon. have been privileged to attend. tills Andrew Rice, of Green Cove young Indies of St. Augustine, were and Influence, shunning freshest and purest drugs it is pee

season was the ono given by the Gum Springs spent Tuesday in town. in Piilatka several days this week might bA reproachful. Ho \' lt'l's of hail ford. sible to buy

g r j. Amid the blare Hart l discourse of. City Guards at the Armory last the guests of Miss Nellie ITslnn. good citizen, having the Interest,

tm". + ;' ; two brims bands null the whistle and Thursday night. While the soldier hero K. M. White of Crescent City was Hon Robert W. Davis left for Min- others at heart.' His life was Insurance:

h puff of many special excursion trains. :, boys mail''* no pretentious towards seeing the sights on. Tuesday.Mrs. Monday for a few days to be present without test, and
s r and the clanging cf bells and the giving a fOI'\lULlalflLlr, this hop took Koown, of Pomona vena a at Urn (ILk anniversary of the friends know just what he was. Reliable "Oerrnania REX PLASTER

Hi'm rumbling of wheels, I'nlatkn's' (gala on a really swell appearance, how shopitur in town one day lost week. founding of that city. Thence. he the deal of his first wife 1)(0) of New York.

Ld r day was ushered tr.ta( iniiterlllmllou' ( ever, devoid of all conventionalitywhich Some people get overheated rushing will go to Washington for a few more spiritual, nnd his lust King of All PlastersPut

;I on Tuesday the 21)th InHt. The day usually marks such occasions, ILI'0ulldi00king for a cool spot Weeks. ny west "I am not afraid to die Insurance:

>K:, y opened fair and fine and up until The rain during the former part ol Mrs ILV.. Stewart of Jacksonville Wm. A. Russell, edltorln'hlef. of meet my God." Blessed live

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cool! and bracing, and there wait refreshing for the dance that are called home to rest. chest ; put it anywhere
Mr.V.. It. Mamma of Mauvllle Is foiiner homo, where ho Is spending a your you
f nothing to mar the pleasure of the night, and it was delightfully cool visiting his son, F. I. Mnnn, at Gilman short vacation with Ills parents.Mr Bro. McMeekin leaves a ,- Promptly have an ache or a pain, and yon
large concourse of people who were throughout the entire evening. wife and little son, n fond
111. Russell will 41so 1> visit other northern Settled. will be .surprised at the result.
When the musio started at 8W! brother four sisters, and
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if the guests of the city on that oeciiBBlon. one
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jjilir and daughter cities before hiM return home lOt l'A LA TEA, FLA.
) o'clock about HO couples glided out relatives and friends! to feel the Drug Store.
City
"t of Ii.terlachcn. spent Tuesday in next week.
The special excnrHlon. trains. begun upon the smooth floor and the dance : of him.
to arrive In the city at about lUj.'K: began In earnest. The program consisted the city. The attendance at the band concert Mny\ the God of wisdom amid I SALE.

o'clock the one from Ocala, Gainesville of twenty numbers mostly I'. D. Walking, a progressive merchant lust Friday evening was rather be gracious to nil.

and other points on the Atlantic two-steps with a semi-occasional of Putnam Hall spent gala slim, owing to the. inclemency of the A brother in Christian faith, Ferns, Japanese

t Coast Line being the first to come In. waltz thrown in as spice. day in town.F. weather, but the musio was good II. N. SANHKKS.. : Fernballs.

sw Following thin came the Georgia Besides the town' people quite a C. Waldron, one of Welaka's. )just the same and citizens: who ventured -.... SupposeYou

q,uy, sl' 'i m-amm MCK. Southern &: Florida special from number the young gentlemen from staunch citizens, paid the town a visit out to hoar It felt doubly repaid A Letter From Mr. Wall. II collection of Geran

Valdosta lake City and Intermediate Keniandlna! members of the baseball on Tuesday. for their trouble. To the Voters of Putnam County and Coleus, Telephone

points, loaded down with human. team that played here Thursday Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith of High- I Rev. Thou. P. Hay, wife and little The democratic primary desirable vnrlcllca
rr 4 r This train had afternoon, were nnd those son Park left Monday for the mountains held on July luth having\ resulted other
freight. to Into present
r press Springs\ spent gala diiy in the city the nomination of only one .. of plants ut the
service many box cnrg to accommodate who participated, seemed to enjoy with relatives.A. > In South Carolina. They will from Putnam county makes IL No. 84 and

{ the crowd.( Next the special thelll"l.1 Ves. There were also several Postell be !gone! about one month. There primary necessary to determine Greenhouse .
a prominent citizen and ,
j ja- 1 H, over the A. C. Li from DeLand| KHn. visiting young Indies' In attend- will be no regular preaching service is the choice of the voters of
211' lord and intermediate, points south dance. The attendance altogether business man of Welukit., was la. the. In the Presbyterian church during county for the other rmulldate. Depot. Come and 1 see. nee now Quick we can deliver your
city on Tuesday.A. second take place on I
r+ fit'; arrived and this was equally ns was about eighty persons the absence of the pastor. 12th day primary of August, nnd I come Mrs. C. B. Heston. order for Groceries. Boats tramping in
M. Mclver has returned from
well patronized ns the other trains When midnight hour approached The side walk In front of the Klm- fore you OHklnu your support on the hot sun all hollow.

All the steamers that could be the young people were remlndec Gnodall Fla., where l.o. spent a welldceorved bail House, so long In need of repairs day as a candidate to represent. We make a specialty

i ; pressed Into commlHHlon were loaded that "There's no Place Like Home," vacation. has at last been given some In the lower house of the next SALE.

,4 i to the gunwales with passengers and as the last strains of this old Miss Kate Owens of Satsuma attention by the owners of the. property lature trusted of with Florida.the Interests' If 1, am of again'the -_ Fine Butter.

Pl 1'i' i from points up and down the river familiar selection died away, one Heights, Is the guest this week of Shells have taken the place of ple of my county at "" in Block

+a It would ba. safe to estimate the and all took their departure. with Miss Minnie Buky. the old torn up bricks and this is an shall do as I have ever. folio III house ami 110t 'Alnt much money In It, to be aura, but

crowd at 7XK people, but we will l many happy good nights pronouncing Ernest Barber a prominent young Improvement, to say the least. past ability., serve them to the very ka. ]Formerly oc- we wouldn't handle the "frowcj kind

q take the benefit of the doubt tad the Hlfiilr a delightful one and man of Como, came to the, city Tues Acey Sawyer paid a visit to his my In justice to myself and l to by Mr.[ :Frank Hepburn and lose our reputation for an "oven ill

Yt w place the figure at fl.iKJO. thanking/ the members of the company day to spend the day. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Albro, many friends who have stood by per pound.
All the places of business in tin for the evening's entertain Miss Clyde Kates. after lost has no often, I deem It proper' and as the Bungalow.
a severe In this city Thursday. Acey In view of the closely contested You can gntanytlilua In GrocerleseadProvlslone

I f' city presented. a patriotic and gain ment. -... .. attack of fever, Is convalescent am been for Home time past an employeof of the July primary to clearly apply at office of that la BEST: at rock bottom
appearance with their tasty decoriij la able to be up again. the Merrill-Stevens engineering my position on the various of
( dons of and I'll rker A. Smith. out In the of Strunz. prices
lags brought
1 bunting. Everybody Mrs. Sheldon and, daughter. of establishment, Jacksonville and Is canvass Henry
't >w was gay, and our town threw Mr. Parker A. Smith whose death becoming quite a skilled mechanic. primary, and the principles a
High Springs, were pleasant visitors which 1 enter this second clllnp"
,; ''t wide open the doom of hospitality wan reported in our last Issue, wart L. C.
In Palatka Tuesday. Fred Vnssle an old Palatka boy 1st. [ recognize the fact that Stephens
q ami did everything possible for theainiiHeinent born hL Randolph" Vt., tlilrty-sevei to his July primary has clearly < ,' Brick Co.
F.. N. Holt treasurer of wins paylnlreKpocts many
C'Iny county
and 1 entertainment of Its ago. The early part of his life ed that the people of Putnam
years .
of Green Cove visitor / frlunds in this' city this week. MrVaasle 1'.l
h9 visitors. are opposed to (tlIa measure If haven't 'phono and sw
was spent in his .native state. Hln you a come
Intends' to make his ,
in the city Tuesday. aIn parnnts I ly known aa the 'dlaI umaory
R On all the principal, streets tanks'j health being poor lie deckled to come High Springs a short visit, after I This( question hnvlng I been thus MAKE THE us at the corner of Kirby and Morris Sti.We .
> i and 1 barrels' were placed in convenient south, and located In Jacksonville 111lI1l1 Mrs. H.
>V ,y">- P i YiRrH fm-! { < locations and these were supplied where he met and married Miss Cllf childrenspeut several clays of this I which to he Palatka says he to remain may possibly for an indefinite return perRonal convictions,, I shall 1 no nest, HardestAND city free
week on the coast nt Goodall.. er advocate the dispensary .
with an abundance of Ice water tOil. I Several: years HBO: he tame to !
period. the in the "
people nor "
free to all, and at almost every. Palatka, and upon the death of Mr Mrs. J. B. Flinn and her daughter the people fron I should l again be chosen\ to Fire Brick

turn lemonade/ vendors with receptl- Grorge Pace was chosen cashier or Mrs. Jno. 1>. Ringhiim( spent n part Among many sent Putnam county In that
1 6 bleu overflowing with the acid bovta. the Putnam National Bank, whlcl of lust week In St. Muryu, On.Win. Gainesville who came over to seethe The race bl'tw".nI1YKO'U and IN FLORIDA.
+ great ball. on last Tuesday competitor Is therefore reduced
game
erase of many colors, plied tllt'lrtrlL.le position he held until poor' health Carman, Is over from Ocala between ALWAYS ON'HANDat 1
shnpln contest
we noted O. Carter, M.\ S. Taylor us as
and raked In the coin. And caused him to resign about two yearn on iv three weeks vacation( mid. visit viduals belonging to the saint TIlKlimiurs Mill. LARGE STOCK OF
W. F. Pond, C. V. McKlnstry, H. P.
;; 'lg ;'I ar there also were the sandwich dealers. ago. A widow one daughter, ono to home folks on the Heights. (Stripped of the dispensary Issue -0-
r'. In all their glory to satisfy the wants brother and two sisters survive him Robinson, J. E. Welch A. L. Vldell both come before the voters nth ( (' cnltnn or add roes, Chinese f
of the inner man. The funeral services were held Louis Canova spent\ an outing of a A. D. Jernigan, Chute Plnkoson mind difference as to our respective II. O. IIAMM; Japanese
few days last week at Seabreeze, enjoying J. M. Rivers. except that of legislative. '
; ,pt' The musio throughout the day wan from I St.: Mark's Episcopal Church surf bathing mill fishing. If it should be found by the '" Mill I'nillt kll, Fla.
+ such as only Palatka organizations Saturday/ afternoon at 4 o'clock conducted Chas. Leyvrez a popular young hat I such difference does exist.2d. .
:p' ,, can furnish-the very best. The Pal by llev. Douglas Mathews. States Attorney Nell it!. Mired of man of Palatka, who hag been in this If re-elected I shall do Racket Store. JVIattingsIn

atka. Citizens Band, composed of The pall-bearers, were J. H. Haugh- Ocala, was paying his respects to city for the pant two daya visiting can to protect the public funds
t extravfgant, hllrl'ceivl'tl beauti
s Yf eleven pieces, e.ntertixlnml the down ton, W. S. Burdette Henry Htrunz, many friends here on Tuesday. friends (and one especially),returnee bery, thereby appropriations saving the people or n choice designs at low prices Ale

town crowd while the Gem City l.t. J. Murphy and Charles Burt. Carlos Wall and Jim. E. Lane, or yesterday to his home. Mr. Leyvre/: Increased taxation. of Ladies' Heady-Made\[ large stock of

t' + + Cornet Band did business the upper .. Putnam Hall, spent 'Tuesday In the Is very favorably Impressed with Hd. shall be in favor of ::; be sold at Bur
''m end of Lemon street. Base 13u1. city sight seeing and just for fun. Gainesville, and may decide to locate ing Chapter 412O of the laws of n Big NEW FURNITURE

I't' The base ball tournament opened A second of ball was played Mrs S. V. Duke and her neice, here within the next few weeks. ida ing mileage by increiiMinK to Jurors the pay and and } and if you wish cue, Just received. Popuhirprleo.'"
game
f, i t at the park at 11 o'clock with a afternoon the Palatkn Miss Maud Duke, of Gainesville, Gainesville Sun. who are compelled to attend down and Nee them
Thursday by
,+rtl match game between the Ocala and were visitors in the city Tuesday.W. Dora Darling a colored damsel of a courts of Comity Judges and ..
w and Fernandlna tennis. At the closeof \ of the Peace. ('.. are short, the skirts R. s. MOONEVPulatka.
DeLa.ul teams and this occupied the belligerent disposition went on the
J. Deal the mill of Gran-
P k the tenth Inning the score stood man 4th. I shall favor. as I have
a a noon hour. Nine Innings were played warpath last Monday afternoon near done Flu.
e 8 to 8. On account of darkness the din took advantage of the excursion ways a better system of I>
A ;m ,, S and the result was a victory for was then wiled last Tuesday; and visited this city. the tenderloin district in the western roads and highways, and a ,, Yours for bargains -
j the Ocala nine by a score of 4 to 1. game section ef the city and with a razorproceed school policy.Trusting. ,
t ,, The attendance was good. With few exceptions the Palatkt Chas. Welch of Oflundcxpromlnen" to carve one Mary Etta the foregoing J. T. BOND. Undertaking and Embalming.
; line up was the same aa the day be In military circles of that city paid mary of principles may meet the!
r' At 8 oclock the between Pal Wright also colored who had by /
4 game fore. Wattles pitched both game friends Palatka. a visit Tuesday. proval my fellow citizens: I
Ktp-, atka. and the Oak Halls of Gainesville some action or other caused tier displeasure. spectfully solicit their support nt '
r : wee called. The. news of this and fanned :.It'men Thursday. The Improvements are being made at Only a few round hall: August primary.Very s
visitors had a new man In the box. everything
In the
the Presbyterian church shape respectfully,
game had been spread far and wide been fought when Sheriff Howell ap- '

A I r' and was the greatest drawing card the Having'Palatka played boys two were successive lit bad shape days of a new sidewalk nromid the edifice. peared( on the scene and arrested the -4'" J. P. Chat is Good total .

for the day. The nunnagementshow-\ to meet the San Matoo nine last Fri\ Miss Nellie Unina expects to leave pair. The Wright woman received : The title to Kansas City Bakery
ed good judgment when made arrangenients Saturday for a three weeks visit to several slight cuts In the arm aa a i valued at over half a million CUD bo purchased at the grocery'
p'I w. for this game as was day. The game resulted in a score of friends and relatives In St.: Augus result of the altercation.The ,.ail been clou bed by asult flied hi ( to H. Thulgott)
.. 8 to 1 In favor of the visitors. Circuit Court there by the J. R.. CONE & SON.
r evidenced from the numerous telegrams ...,- tine. banquet to the Florida delegation ; of the late Nancy Prlddy. The itself that it maes
and other inquiries concerning A large number of our citizens are given Wednesday night at the party Includes fifty-two acres In Newest, Frneheflt. and Best line of goo.llin
t Sir. Rogers Still! in the Kace bread than the city at prices that will be
fashionable
it. The Investment was a good one. visiting Seabreeze: and other summer Windsor hotel by the Jacksonville residence district any

S Everybody la aatlsfed exdepta few A report Is being circulated to the resorts, and more are to follow next Board of Trade wag a brilliant affair by Priddy her died heirs In 1W)2.who) It la competitors. sure to please! youA

chronic grumblers who bore none of effect that Mr. T. J. Roger has with- month.( and a grand success. Among the Central Point, Ore.,are that she trial order 'will convince you tI1II t
the and detriment d awn from the race for county commissioner old Why it Asks Your Trade thin Is the place to get yourmoney's
expense are a to Misses Hesse and Constance Cooperof guests we noticed the names of the sixty years at the time of ,
any community which they live. from the! 5th district. Mr Jacksonville, are visiting Misses following gentlemen from Putnam' : death while! the defendants to worth
But for that of ball Rogers authorizes the Newa to state suit maintain that she was Bread 'Phone No. 87. 417 Lemon St.
dp game we venture Blanche and Edna Crlll on the F.. S. Crlll Robt W. Davis, Palatka; years old. On this point the
to say that there would not have. that this report Is false That he Heights.MIBS Frank McRae Melrose; John P. hinges. If she were but sixty !

been 1OCX visitors to the city. U still m the race and will remain Dillie Duke of Gainesville Wall, sr., and J. P. Wall Jr., Putnam old she had not reached a lawful Bread
I Judging from the sale of ticket there to the finish. He also requests Hall. It Is to be regretted that to execute a deed at the time she
was a pleasant! visitor In the cityTuesday
to thank those voters who cast posed of her property here In ) TO Owen Of
about
1.GOO( people witnessed the ua
hbf con esteemed Governor William pies
the !guest of Mrs. Lyons, our 1 here Is no record of her birth, are as "good as : Gasoline
.' 4, Ir tested. Unfortunately. for Palatka, their ballots for him In the first primary Oak street. : Sherman Jennings could not be pre- only evidence of her age being made." And if : ( .. end ,
Launch"
her pitcher was sick all the night and to ask them to ntand by sent. tombstone and the! claim Is Engineer
qtr'' m before and was not in condition to him in the second race. Dr. W. H. Rosenburg and family ... .. that It hag been tampered with see our cake you'll 11" Automobiles, Etc
... left this week for Old Orchard, Me. tombstone a plaster .... ... *
/, a r play the game, but he. settled down east of take the cake." Von ."n .oJ ..
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wag made In Oregon for b Urn! sod a ? |
Visitor. where to the INTl ULACJll Y. use In
.' to business after the first Inning. A IMstliigulslieOl they expect! spend trial, shows this record : --- of lwlr. eomwnl, ijn
"Aged ... It lea S.w
i The Oak Halls made Brims the first Prof. J. Gullllama, superintendent heated term.M. years," but the cipher looks as ; Ui.lr pl"o. w
W. Stewart of Jacksonville Our seotIon baa been visited by it might orlgnaily have been : Lemon Street.
time they were at the bat, but did of Fast Florida Seminary and a
noted the former some fine showers the past two weeks. and it will b.. left to the court to AUTOSPARKER.
not score afterwards. Palatka failed Military Institute of Gainesville, was among many ,
eld*whether It It.". Ioi.nrm.ohin. .worol4T
:4 They will make the hay good. was or not. If jMa.ts.chMt' .n
v to score during the game. The score was In the city Tuesday and made Palatkans who were here on the big crop court declares her age to have >'dowlpMv' *btMilclft: ooiitolnl.uduwnrmr ;,; 551''
therefore wan 6 to 0 In favor of the our office a pleasant visit. Prof. excursion Tuesday The rains are causing late peaches sixty years at the time of her 0. EARLS menial.... Mom"a4 a.wlm.e wain lies.,..maCen....., ..............

rri e Oak Halls. There were few error Gum illians speaks very encouragingly Chaa. Kupperbuscti, jr., and sisters to split and will have the same effect the heirs will win.-Ht Louis ( = laa.ue..to MOTSINOER' Device: MFd. CO.
the but the trees are Uemocrute. _
M made on either side; it was a good, of the prospects of the seminary the Misses Kdlth: and Minnie, came! upon oranges; ( 'lo t. Hondrlc-kmn) 2 full of fruit and a few splits will ,,
strong, clean game from start to finish coming season. over from Goodall last !Monday and Kotlce! ( Machines Guns, Ll>ok9, Safes.
make no difference.Mrs. lyp writori.
and was one of the most InterestIng .Ni spent several days here. To the survivors of the Seminole And other light work. .
and fiercely contested of the nil .Mortgage. Mr. Johnson one of the genial proprietors Youce formerly of this place, 1857 and 1858 : St..
r for .IIIMJU) filed now living at St. Petersburg, visited A PALATKA. FLA. European RestaurantFurnished
season. A mortgage $:! ,( was of the Seaside Inn' Goodall law wan passed by Coogress an I

Very few of our people have seen and recorded in the clerks office lost Ha., visited our city last Saturday her many friends her the past week, proved provisions. Juno, limitations:27th. 10UJ, extending ,; Notice.

r the Oak Halls play bull for three or 'week, covering\ all the lands' of the In the Interest of his hotel. Mrs. J. T. Jenkins In visiting her thy act of 1891 to survivor and of the Book Kooom
four and number did Eton tab Canal and Drainage company daughter Mrs. Osteen, at Lakeland, ror Baths
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,y years a large The Osceola County Signal nays sole wars of 1857 and IHM. I am be opoo In my uRloo Patnthe Hot and Cold
y not have a very favorable opinion of located in thin county. The that the marriage fever has struck Rev. Mr. Saunders ailed his ap- prepared to prosecute the pension ( In onl'atime' for the purpose
; $ them ; but those who witnessed the mortgage la made/ to the Bank of pointment at the Methodist Church of such lurvlvlng soldiers and the rollowlooJ days
If the doe
wonder ROBERTJAJVIES'
gnlnimee| and ows of deceased soldier of these. :
4 4 4e Monday..
found Brokstonlsruokston Indiana. : i Wedoesdaye
that the and
? game Tuesday present ton will quarlntlne against It. junduy! morning. tree of charge M. I. COXE, from' 0 o'olook a. m. to
team la composed of a gentlemanly Reh- Miss Thekla Berkleman. who had Jy 24-lm Pension ;: 2 IU Ii m. (Suaiwuor to Chiw.PALATKA. .Kuppere.rdh. )
Oeo. Wood and Muss Dora sommeno-
looks for the Library. 4th 1i1O'J.p. ,LoasoA'Ocean
net of men, and they made .
young tins. received behn> of-DeLund, spent gala. day In been visiting her later in Fitzgerald On Tuesday the ladles of the HENI8
favorable Impression In the minds of The Publlo Llbray a PETERMANN
several months returned
donation of several hundred books the city with friends. Tli"y were accompanied Cia? for told refreshments In the store K K|" tlonOniuer.l
have stated before
our people. A* we
home by Miss. iannlerVoocl home the past week.A next north of the postofllce and \lima O'N THill "I'AI"rld'':.
g Public of Newark Ef O ... "
clean From the Library ,
they played a good House
r !game.
r
f of number of citizen visited handsome of .15 Uppw arrw"...
who has been the guest our sum $ waa TH& LIIOI"LATUBII ::;. "
of the books have been .
At 4 o'clock the yacht races began N. J., most .11I.
it over the 8-mlla course In full view of covered and catalogued, and are Miss Anna Gerber for the past two Palatka Tuesday to take in the This money will be donated to :: :?,,:',,.:':: !myself! ,.""IM; ." Open all th.>o.r. Ita... Eouolm

at n hundred of people on the wharf.j,I now ready for distribution. I week.. sights, hand for the purchase of new S-.gBSga.-S25:\:' CHAS. J KUPPERBUSCH, Prop'f.trig .






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MR. CH(88R'8( ( GOINGS ON IN FLOItlUA.

YourGrand --. Orlando now boasts of a well organized -
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IMPORTANT TO ALL FLORIDA. base ball team.


'j. ;-N. With a Little Training He Hopes to mayor There of are Key three West candidates The tight! will for

JEFFERSON B. BROWNE DEFINES HIS POSITION Become Something of a "Watch be made on an open or closed town.


Opportunity IN RACE FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. Dog" Himself. panies The Jacksonville will be represented military at com-the

The Interests of the Producer and Shippers In J.opudy-A Stirring Appeal EDITOR PALATKA Nit ve.dhlcu military tournament at Avondale,
.In.( August :its to /HO.
the time tit HO short before
to the Democracy of Florida to Do Ita Full Duty on August 12th. tlio date Met for the holdiiiK' of the An unusually largo alligator was

Second 1'iimary, August 121:. h. J I shot In the rlvor at the rear of S. B.
... i Hubbard's store in Jacksonville
cannot again flake it personal cnn-
TO THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE OF FLORIDA) VIIHH of the county and therefore Thursday. It was ten feet and lour

thin method of Inches long.Commander.
adopt coimnuiilentltiK
after delaying nearly a week before letting me know
Mr. H. B. Day,
We take annual with iiiy fellow Democrat) rcliitlva Collins of the Pen
n.-
our Summer Au'gust1St. Railroad CommlHslou-
Inventory what be would do baa decided to make the race for to my candidacy I for the LeirlHliiture. cola navy yard has received Instructions

er over again notwithstanding the fact that I led him In the recent pri I met you In the campaign before to build six seagoing coal barges -

Between now and then "there'll be something doing mary. the' II rut Primary and then declaredinyerlf for the government at the yard.
of I on mibllo inpiisureii and will cost about ) each.
During my canvass of the State before the primary July 15th stand l They $1CHK!
IMHll<'''. I today just where I
proclaimed my position on the questions which affected the people In their HtOOllllt Hint time. Were I to adopt Paul Citnova of Savannah appeared
at FEARNSIDE'S" if low prices on Summer Clothes dealings with the transportation companies, but aa I was unable to go all now, a different platform alter or [ before the State Hoard of

over the State, and the time la too short now to make a personal canvass prlniipalH an heretofore Pardons at Tallahassee last Thursday

for with the before the second primary I lake this method of reiterating and reaffirmingmy RflhlltiliCPCi.I" xliould fuel thatv s In behalf. of Andrew Green who
count anything
"people. po lllon. placing myself beyond the was convicted of manslaughter last
and spirit of the primary laws welch
First. I advocate a cent a mile passenger rate on railroads In the fall.The
in Men's Summer has prevents. the Introduction of new LoulDvllle A Nashville Rail
Everything Weight Clothing State of Florida. candlillitKH and, Impliedly at least, road Company his completed the

Second. I am opposed to discriminations In favor of certain parsons the introduction of new IHHUOH.' The survey and will build a branch road

been reduced cent. and localities by the railroads which has been their practice In the past, uampalirn IK on. It la the same citinpalrn from Upp to Florala, Ala., Inducedto

25 per and which has not been prevented by the Railroad Commission under the | that wax opened upon the call do so because the Jackson: Lumber
for the float I deduced.
and If I will use all to rem (tl mary Company will build an Immense sawmill
chairmanship of Mr Day, elected my power
myself then I was led to become a at Florala It Is also said that s
This is reduction make in Especially
big
a Clothing. edy this evil. candidate then largely for the pur- the Central of Georgia will build

Third. While I believe In treating the railroads justly I also be- nHHhlllnir some of the UHlieH from Helhtrsvillo to Florala.A .

such offer. lieve that It Is the duty of the Railroad Commission to require them to injected Into that campaign by my
clothing as we stand prominent cotton buyer and farmer
I I be-
treat the people justly and If elected I will work to that end. opponent. pat now.
of Madison
having
lelve In all falrnexs that .the issues SIlY.Ve are ;
Fourth. The Railroad Commission has ample power to give the people lots of ruin anil the cotton a
and crop
heretofore made accepted by all
The Suits are the kind that embrace style, finish the relief they need, and to enforce their decrees promptly when made; the candidates should remain the loin up to this time. Jt does not !

and if elected I pledge myself to use all the power of the law to accomplish HHIIIO throughout thin entire COli teet. like it could make more than

these ends Good corn IN often epilled by changing half a crop. We had very heavy
and fit. fruit middle bags while crossing thecreek. rain in July, and then it turned oilextreulely
of Florida the farmers and
Fifth. The producers of the State However this whole mutter dry and hot and the cot-

vegetable growers, merchants, the turpentine and phosphate people and I U, with the democrats of the county. ton tired and shedded. its leaves and

This is your oppportunity. Grab it. the mill and timber men are the bone and sinew of our State'a prosperity I am at the disposal of this party. very nearly all of the bottom crop

Their Interests should be the first consideration of the Railroad Cpmmlsslon, I am not greater than this party and shedded olf. 1 do not think there

and I will. If elected use every effort to safeguard and protect them. I cannot ,place my personality-my will be but very little cotton in thus )

At the primary of July 16th there were so many candidates for the Individual clulma above It-above murkes before October and there
ltd demamlttor Its I will have to be a great come-out In
principal
Fearnside & Company. office of Railroad Commissioner that the Issues were clouded and obscured not conducting thin campaign on my urn the crop if there l Is much then."

to some extent good looks nor my pernoniil, great- One of those who heard Bob DInIII'InllllluLble
In the contest now on between Mr. Day and myself they are UU R. I am merely an humble servant speech at the banquet in

plain and clear-cut. Mr. Day stands for the railroads. He was agent of of the Democratic Party the Jacksonville last Wednesday night

: 'aiatl a, F1ori.d.a.: the F. P. and C. Railroad at Gainesville when appointed on the Commission party I have served and iovud. If In which he told the secret. of the effectiveness -

waa appointed as their special representative, and Is their candidate now. elected I will endeavor to do my duty of the work of the Florida
of thepeople In H conservative honorable andupright delegation took him to task Thursday
Mr. Day In his platform says: I base my claim to he suffrages sort of
wayI even
; Cull for Second Democratic J O Osteen WOW Brook; J M 1M:f'fiii riRPUir'nrrrTXAM: I UOUItr.COUNTY FIFTH, FLORIDA.MTDIf'lVL upon my past record." Into training with the may hope Nome go "I after see that this manner you claim: to bo the

Primary KellytClerk. IN UANCEUT. Are you satisfied with Mr. Day's record M a Railroad Commissionert d.ty'to' become something a watchdog whole thing at Washington.

MoNKou'a!: MILL, No 17-John IlvliiRslon Mary rnuty iVM myself. 'Yes;" said l the congressman.

AUGUST 12th U 02.i S J Bust S J VnnHe; F H .Canty I J. Bill for Plvorco.Honry Has his policy been beneficial to your community? While I don't clitlm to be the shall only You did It "u 1'"
"real thing" in the pack, I "Yes." ,
Vauso Clerk.BALDWINS. It"I.orh'/I, by nniilnv.t it pnnilo to the bill the farmers in section to the extent which It
Haa it
i Under the Call Mudo b'or'n Second In the.aljovo .'"\fldUMnlb'"| Henry I nitty tlioilornmlftnt helped yuur hope at least, to growl with siitll- "Well, how can you prove it ?"
Primary Election.The No 1H-8 T Fowler J Lliitnfiii mniiwi, IHIU. .....1.1011'V.*. might clent vigor to hold my own in the '"Don't have to prove it," replied
A Knight John Price; I Fennell, h.k..r the stele, or KioriilM,, and that ho lm* If so, then vote for Mr. Day and continue his policy In force. If barn yard. the congressman "I admit It.;"
hen nbHiint nmro tlinn nlxtydnya' next
State Democratic Executive Clerk. .lug thin application" forpiihllcntlon and proctid-runt haIn not, then you should elect some one who would work to change that policy H would be nothing new to Bay I
\ Committee having fixed the date for Ar the OliO ..f lw,'iity-onu ,,,... And lint am in favor of good schools. Of
the the relief they want
GKANDIN No 19-J Thnmong .. and Inaugurate one which would give people Cut this out and take it to AckermanA
there In no p r.,iu In the state of Florida that course, we nil are. I believe In going .
\ the second primary on Aug. 12th:. A J Padgett, G B Mobley; W S dims, thaaervlca" of A Biibtnnna" upon whom; would Mr. Day has made his record on the Commission, and the people in to your eye teeth for reduced Stewart's drug store and get a box of
theUemocrutlo Executive Com- bind said dffondnntt it in tnorotorA ordered his which he baa just announced, he seeksto Chamberlain's Stomach A Liver Tablets.
111X12, Clerk that shod non-rosldent d..tidnni ba and lah know what It la. In platform taxation end Increased revenue. 1 '
! inlttee of Putnam County hereby Intsues .trciby rmiiilroU to appear (o till Ulll)I of (omIilnlitt change that record and take an entirely different stand. The people believe In democratic mciuiure for The beat physio. They also correct disorders .
BANNKKVILLB No 2C1-\V O Carter nind. In wit..h d, c..e..n or befora> DAYTHR of the stomach. Price :26. oeuta. 6
of the and
the state at lame
second enforce Democratic principles even If good
Its formal call for a primary : tat DAY UP eRI"rEMtElt,, A. I>. Ie11J.littler.> would not select a Republican to
election to be on August 12, J M Hall, W J Bryan; EB winrt the nllKffntlnnH" of nnld bill will bo tnknuUHOinro Be were to pretend to adopt the Democratic platform. Neither will they Putnam county In particular. I favor
j Conway, Clerk.BoHTWK'K .std by wild' dnftiitnuiitIt however. broad and generous John Stokes' a countrymrn) wentto
11U02:. In each election precinct In. Put- la further 01'01.'har thlH' ordurbo put.IIhotl elect a railroad man to carry out the policy of the people although he now policy of development. 1 Hhall advocate Jacksonville with a cartload of
TXo 21-John W G1U- onco a week R.r* ootiHnjntlva' Cooke In attempts to assume that attitude. Ills platform viewed In the light of his peacheshtstThursday. He left his
I mon County to allow the Democrarj the NOWH mid Advortleer A nuwnpupur pub no ensure so narrow In (teelleot
voters to their choice for Mon Win Register L Williams,,; It llniiud luHiiid emu y sod Htntu* record seems to have been made to get in on and not to stand upon. Hot its to drive away the Invest cart and went into a yard to disposeof

j express J Hancock Clerk. IhlH AugiiHt 6th. iuo, has bad nearly alx years to carry out the policy which he now claims to ment of capital which seeks to aid ns some of his fruit, upon his return

| the various State and County qfflcers FRANCIS No 22-G W Becks, J M [IIHALJ mark.JOHI-TH Circuit; PItlOK court., advocate and has absolutely failed to do so. In the better development of our he found a negro boy in the. act of

J to bo voted for at the November elecI Hmlth, E W Smith; B: S Browning, M.I COX, .... The record which he made walls on the Commission was for the railroads state. nuking way with two baskets of hlaleaches.
I tlon, not selected at the primary on ComplAlunot' Sollultor. jl'7. I am the candidate of no man. |I Stoke ran up and caught
and will not be deceived by promises
Clerk and against the people, they nm the candidate no combine or !JIm by the neck. While looking for

[ July loth. PALATKA, No 2a-1I101'lt Kohl, E lit COURT OF THE!: JTHT1OB OF! THE: PEACE, made Just before a second primary, and after his "past record" had beanrebuked clique. I merely seek ug a plain citizen a policeman another negro boy pick
1 Member of the House of Bepresen'tatlves. PUTNAM tOUNr.lLOlllUA.Notloo the In the first by the overwhelming election of ed brick and struck Stokes
C Kelly, Win Ivers; Ben ] ()(Ida, at polls primary : -aH a true amid loyal democrat/; up a on
' la hereby Klvnn theta Biilt In attach- the back of his head. He was forced
Mr. Burr. to represent all the people of Putnam
... .
Clerk. Blunt wail ootuntvni'nd' title court July itlttt.Wii
1 County Commissioner for DIs- PALATKA \ by ... K OllIotto.affAlntit John. Ormntul. The policy of Mr. Day on the Commission has been to discourage the county In the state Legislature. i ;release his hold on the boy who
No 24-J H Ambrose, The dofandant,John Uf inond and all othemlnltfrvHt If elected I Khali endeavor to do no : nhmedialely scampered off. Stokes
| trlct No. 4. John Billotte, Win Beal; J D J ef- .. 1 County Commissioner for Dls- on Monday, September' ; |ilel t. H h*, the against new roads in favor of the old established ones. The schedules assailant.
fords Clerk.PALATKA) ante bolus a rule Jay of thin" CourtJ.1. shall endeavor to discharge my duty
WI.mERLV, of freight tariffs allowed for the Plant System the Seaboard Air Line
j trlct No. 6. E In such nay is to reflect credit upon
-N B
This primary Is to be conducted N9 25 Hngan lUIIII.01 the I'onuo,, UUtrlct 10. and the Florida East Coast Railroads are higher than those my constituent and benefit the interest Conan PABALYIIJ&

[ under the same rules aud reguln- S Grooms,.P. L Ttppens, ; H A Davis, I allowed the South Georgia and West Coast the ValdostaErouthern I pledge myself to faithfully W. 8. Bailey, J;>. O. True, Tex., writes: -"

Clerk. NOTICE the Suwannee and San Pedro, and the Georgia, represent. "My wife had been suffering live yeara
the first 1
primary
I1 I luns\ and hour that
JAMES M. CHESBEH Sr.
JOSEPH: PRICE Florida and, Alabama as will will be seen by comparison of the __ with paralysis la her arm, when I was'
j was held under. Chairman Dem. Ex. Coin. '' All pnmon: doalrotiH of having any 'oorreo* schedules published In the Fourth Annual Report of the Railroad Commission -a.- persuaded to use BulUrd'a Snow Liolnent -
JOSEPH PRICE Attest tlonniiiada In the ttdBe-'Bmui.t roll fur the year Luinur wax Generous. which cured her all right 1 hare
ItfW.' wlieth r In the Ifntlnir valuation of prop beginning on page 193. and In the Fifth Annual Report beginning 01
Chair. Dem. Ex. Com. J. N. BLACKWELL, Secretary. eriy: ur oTh:rwt-e, ore rmpdre:: l to die with the page 48. Instead of loweringhe freight rates his "past record" was to A despt r.ite attach was made Monday also used It for old sores, frost bltea and. a
Olt-rk on or tiefote tha meeting. of the City skin, eruptions. It does the work.
I J. N. BLACKWELL .... Council to be hold AtitfiiHt III, their peltilnn, or allow the great trunk Jlnes to charge from 25 to 100 per cent more than the morning about 10 o'clock on At- 26c Silo and $1.00 at Ackorman ft Stew

Secretary. I IVTHEfllirriT COURT, FIFTH jrr'ICIAI. .ooniplalnt forth addr Hiteclflcally; Mml u> 0nltt their:: ; ouai objtwl'nn U !lit': wrltlnitettlng to. naldanB : mailer roads which have just been built. Such a policy la In the Interest of torney-Ueneral the recent Lamar, for the Congressin nominee art's, Palatka and Lounda' drug store,
CIRirlT IV ANU FOR PUTNAM Sill tton b. ..... to discourage the Investment of primary Crescent
UU1IITY.FIU\UDA.\ "Hr !: IN CIIANI'EKY.Alfred the Third districtin temporary
The city Untiuull will moot In tho ooujioll"
SECOND 1'UIMAKY EI.I']C- /. Boer, AflmlnlHtriitor chamber for tin ptirpoauof haitrlnii. such )>etitiotiti In our State In railroadbuilding and development of sections of the office In the northern part of Talla-. i
AND of Ih id emitto of alary L.over. I or ootnpaluui! on the tech <.my of Auu. State Into which these trunk lines do not extend and to retard. railroad naHsee, by Walter lit Taylor, who The Wall Flop.
TION INSPECTORS PooeiimKl }) u.t. A. D., U.... J. N. I.AO. WELL. '
CL.EUKS. vu.O. City Clerk building by any other companies. was In the lute primary as clerk at Welaka, Aug. 4th, '02.

II.. Prtwton, et al. Mr. Day's "put record" and his present platform are utterly at variance. Precinct No. 14, In Leon county, Editor PALATKA NEw: ,
The following persons Me appoInted To J. It. Pnwlon' of Wnmnw: the
: l la consistently same
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W. Bunion and D.t. Upton, NOTICE My position
and Clerks Henry French, L. Lamar's friends. Taylor was accompanied to, see In your last Issue that JohnP.
| to serve as Inspectors whwe rvHtiltmie!t. unknown.I I first entered public life. My record In the Senate in 1891. whet I was his farher who lives
by out and for
Wall now comes begs
to t the
at the Democratic Primary to be Hill on of are oiiiitlMlnt barony nlinl rviiilrml|. hurutn aKuinHt""P""you* ,nit The AnKtanment IWMI will buopeu Roll of the ft'r City tiiapeutlou. of Pnlntkatnrthe In the) President Qf that body and again In 1893. la well known and my near Lloyd in Jetferson County. votes; that he is satisfied Putnam,

5 held on AUUUST 12,1002: or, liuforo. LUtt the drat day of buptuinber A.i>., ofNw year 01 toe Aasoaor. rlry oou..11 chuuber, voice and vote were always on the silo of the people. I have always beenin Taylor demanded of Lamar his all(- county does not want dispensary.

CRESCENT CITY District .No 1- I e It III further ordered, Hint thin order be puhllxliixlum'tm from A..g"Mlllh .n A..n III'h/I"C'U.IV"/ Stun- favor of a strong Railroad Commission and assisted In drafting the bill. niture to a paper disclaiming any re- This he must have known long ago

|E M McOrady Redmond B Gautler wvnk fc>rol lito<.m. In the fahitku. News and AdvurllHer, a Cloy Tax Assessor. IB would leave for Montlcello on the to get votes and have his
IJ H Harp; O 0 Westoott Clerk. newHiutper, ,. published. In Mild Putniiin County In response to Mr. Day's statement published with his announcement noon train to return, to-morrow and own way. The people should not

, OKOHUBTOWN, No. 2-J 0 Saunders Willie my Iwndiinrt seal of olllve thlH 3d I of his candidacy before the second primary"that he was offered the would then consider the matter and forget this but should shelve him

|, JF Allen, K H Stearns; S R day orJuly, A. D.,11)04." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB position of Secretary to the Railroad Commission at $2,600 per annum aa. give him a written statement of his for all time. His promise if r'eelect-
Clerk. Tax Deed Under Soctlou 8 of
JOSEPH PRICE Chapter
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|Causey Clerk.NOKWALK OWE'Sft.ll:<\T BMITK, 48UH, Law of Florida. an Inducement not to run, and that be had spurned the otter, I will say that position in the matter. Taylor again ed. if cartied out, are no more than

No. 8-E B Burnham, Solicitors for ComphdnsnGFOR Notion l la hereby given that W. B. Johnnu no such offer waa ever made to Mr. Day by me or by any one for me, but demanded an Instant signature. Mr. Chooser will do. There is no
1'lils Lamar declined. Taylor then doubt In the minds of that.
,
friends of Mr. Day, who stated that they were acting many
of Tax. Certlftcate No. that I was approached by
purohaaor
( Mo N Bard Robt. assaulted hi him several I.
Joseph Jolher, J. ; ill, striking deal was had by encouraging a third
078 dated the 8d( dny of July >. D., 1890. for him with such a proposition and in the Interest of harmony In the blows with stick. Lamar '"
IW Bard Clerk.WELAKA SALE. heavy a i candidate to come out, and then use
O haa filed l add oortlHoateln my omits and Democratic party to prevent the necessity and expense of a second primary was sitting in his chair. Lamar a subterfuge In the way of no fenceto
No. f.-H H Bryant, baa made application for tax deed to issue and aa a courtesy*to a defeat d competitor for the office, I stated that arose and closed with him. After gain votes. There was trickeryn

|j Huurer. 8 H Green ; Frank Wal- -- In accordance with law. Bald oertllloate I would consent to his employment as Clerk to the Commission with the no.dorstandlng pressing Taylor across the room Tay- it, and every voter.should go to o

dron, Clerk. The house and lot in Block embraces situated the In following Putnam described that he was to be retained so long and only so long aa hl. .: ,or broke loono. drawing a pistol and the: polls and bury Wall deep down.
Chns1C property County, presenting it quickly at Lamar. Before Read the article voter it Is to the
COMO No. K-Horace Prior wit services proved satisfactory to the Commission, and Mr. Day withheld an. by ;
Florida, to :
75 of PaUtka. Formerly oc he could shoot Lamar took the joint and will weight. It '
Blade, D W Perry; E F Sullivan H. E. i.( of N. E. 1--4 Section 6. Township nouncement of hla second candidacy until he had on July 80th, telegraphedto pistol from him Lamar called in his as if Mr. Wall carry intended to Rooks

I Clerk. cupied by Mr. Frank Hepburnand 11 Bango 94-40 acres. a mutual friend In Jacksonville to know If agreement for his employ clerk, Walter Taylor's uncle, the us, in any event; lie, seems rep'esent pa ;

POMONA. No 6-John Cook Com known the Bungalow. TIe Bald land belog aaseaeed at the ment as Secretary could be obtained in writing to which he received a reply father following. Lamar declined be calling on every friend to pray

tfAlvera, Spencer Middleton; Platt aa data of the issuance of suck certificate ID that It could not ba obtained. to kill Taylor, stating so to the clerk for him and help him surely thlaroves .
office of the name of W U Coombs Unless and handed the pistol to him. The that the \is after the r
For terms at > man
apply t'bad no Intimation of this until I received a telegram from Mr.
ClArk.8AT8UMA
said certificate shall be redeemed
Berry according
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clerk and father were not in the office not the office for the man.
HRIOHTH No 7-T V to law tax deed will Issue Day In reply to one which I had sent him, asking him to let ne know the first of thedifficulty. I ;
,' Strunz. room during pnrt There l Is no good reason why any anti -
|Hlnka, BenJ F McGraw, E B Phil Henry thereon on the 10th.day of September, whether or not he would be a candidate. In which ha asked me to '"In .-T. U. and CltUen.PHYSICIAN should vote different and we '

J P Bcissant Clerk. A. D. 1009.Wltnesn: dulge" him until he bad received a reply to the telegram which be had --.a---_ should gain many votes as the stock
pH; my official signature and seal sent to a mutual friend; and It was alter the receipt of the latter refusingto dodge cannot be Injected. W.
; SAN MATEO' No -O A Turner, M this the 6th day of August., A. D. HH>:2.Seall his AND DBDOOIBT.
contract that ha announced candidacy.
Into such
Solana Jr. W M Williams; W F European a Restaurant. ( JOSEPH PRICE, inter a Ford a prominent drug
| : Sturgeon
have mentioned this Mr. WATCH
Clerk Circuit Court Putuam Oo Florida Aa a gentleman I could aot as Day hadreque.t..d ros A CHILL, Y
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( firm at Rocky Btatlno Ky., write: ws
( Rogero Clork. that the matter should be treated aa confidential between gen B. Howevar alight at this time of :year '
Furnished ROOOIHH, were requested by Dr. Q. Mnlgley to
EAST PALATKA, No 9-W S Cone, tlemen. Mr. Day now seems to think that there la some political cap. end for Uerblne for the benefit of our and In this ollmate. It Is the forerunnerof

f J C] Gould, J D Hogan! O] E Thigpen, Hot and Cold Baths NOTICE Off APPLICATION FOB ital to be made of It, and violates the bond of confidence and rewards my customers we ordered three dozen In malaria. A disposition IO l yawn, and

I Clerk. AtROBERT Tax Dee I Under Heutloa 8 of Chaptt r generosity by seeking to use It against< me I am willing to leave the matterto December and w.. are glad to ay Heroine an all tired out feeling even comes before
Laws of
48H8 Florida
FEDERAL POINT, No to-John V the better Impulses, fair-mindedness and manhood of the people of the b.. given such great satisfaction the chill. Herblne. by its prompt
JAMES'Suoo Notice la hereby given that W. B. that we have duplicated this order three stimulative action on the liver drives)
p Atkinson B B Danoy, J P Yelver- Johnson, purchaser of Tax Certificate State of Florida. times and today we gave ;your salesman the iralarlal germ out of the: system,;

I ton; E D Danoy Clerk ( to ChM.KupperbuMoh' ) No. gig, dated the 3rd day of July A. I wish to impress upon the people the Importance of tha primary of another order. We beg to say that Dr. purifies the blood, tones up the systemand

I PALATKA HBIOHTS No U-F R PALATKA. 5'LORIDA.YO4S9 D.. MW. has tiled said certlfloatw In my August 12th. While there are not so many candidates to be voted for, O. B. Mnlgley takes plesaure in reoora- restores health eon at Aekennaaft I''

>LaBarron L T Dupree It A B HoIJKenzle office and baa made application for tax the Issues Involved are. aa great, and the Interests of the people are aa mending Herblne SOo at AckermanAStewart's Stewart, Palatka, and Lounds', Crescent fI'

W O] Hargrove, Clerk. deed to Issue lu accordanuA with law. much at stake as they were In the election of July 15th. If. through Indle.f.rence. : Falatka, and Lounda' drug City..
;
ON. TUB BRACII, Bald cortlflnate embraces the following you do not vote on the 12th of August the policy which you etvdorsed store, Oreaoent City
N
PALATKA No 12-N O Davis, OCB.n M5'=rose. Florldn. described property situated In Putnam Notice.At .
of
|H Moragne L. C. Bephons; James) A (OppoHlta' Ditytona.} County Florida to wit: in the July primary stands IB danger being nullified. the meeting held by the Board

fe: Bale Clerk. Open all the your. v Hatca fhiamnable, Wfci of IT W4 of 8. W. Ulemt A., August 1, 1901. JBJFFBHSON B. BROWNE. Kalola. of County Commissioners Tuesday
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|< PALATKA No 18-A a Phillips, J CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH. Prop'r. HectlOu B, Township 11, Range 94-110acres. -- - -- ------ ----- This highly endorsed preparation for ugust 6, IU02, it WON ordered that

Registration Notice I Notice of Application Indigestion, kidney and liver troubles la all paupers' who are now on the pau-
S Courtier, H H Kent; J A Shelley, The aal| ['()fork. late of the Issuance of such certificate BJtKU.WhmM given to the people of Fa atka
samples their September
>mnty will be open In my oflloo at the at nextregnlar; meeting; on -
Pat In the n.m..f W D Coombs Uule..sal'loertlfloate T. U. Bay line Hind with MM deserve fair and trial. Blob o'clock m.aud t
J T Impartial at 10 a.
14 Brown
PALATKA No 0. EARLS Court House, In Palatka, for the purposeof Board of County comnilNiilociora' Kr PulimmGnuniy. 2. IlJIf.l.
E. shall ba redeemed
McGraw, Robt Jamea; O] I Rowton, according registration on the followln days Plnrl'l' his itp|>lltiatlun. for permit to poor saint and sinner. all praise Kalolt. show cause. If any they have why
to law, tax deed ..lIIl..u.l thereon on the each week Mondays Wednesdays and fill Lliiuora, Wines and Door In cleoilun n>l.> It Is the special friend of all who auffar they should not be stricken from the
Clerk ( "...._....L. o..drlokeon) lath, day of September A. D. 1902. Fridays.. from 9 elook a. m. to 13 in. .trio .., of MM County end atm i any oltlaenofaualt with the diseases that It claims to cure. pauper list.

PALATKA. No IS Thos T Hay R..pald BIoyolM. Qua. Itoak*. Safes Witness my official signature and seal and from,'9 p. m. to 5 p. m.> commencing .... .b...I..n'. IM. at the dlNtrlnt meeting may of skew lh.Board cruse to i be 1C It Is now for sale' by Ackorraan it Stewart Witness) my hand and seal this 6tl".

tO] E Johnson Julius Hanna; WE Sewing MttohlnM, Typewriters work. this the 6th* day of August/ A. p. 1809.: August 4th 19(19.HENia( k: tOU..:7p.I: M l dar HrpMmDiT: IBM and the Putnam Pharmacy. Use the day of August,, A. D. 11M'J.t : ,
And other light Seal] JOSEPH; PBICE. should not INI itranMU.Keall .
Wattles. Clerk. ( PETEBWAKfW!: ,. eu- aamp. and call for KaJol* M these t eaAr' !EPU
[ JOMIPH PRIOR) Clerkk Coca
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k;',, : ; THE PALATKA NEWS UNI>OINO. Good Healthand

: AND ADVERTISER An editorial writer on the staff of one of the lead
1 1tji Attention
Y _ _ ing eastern weeklies, analyses in a telling and effec- 1-1 Farmers !.
blood Inseparable. If It
tiara are
1 The Pnlntka.. Now.niu, AilverllMpr himlwon, dotArinInert, by th. Third tive way the undoing of man brought about. throughthe your blood Is bad. your health faust suffer. ''L

AMlHlmnb., ,, INwtiniutUir. ttonurul... Ui. twapubltcntloiiuiilltloil, to.ailnilHHloi insidiousness of the festive Panama hat, and Poor blood allows th. body to lose )1 -0--
L to the 111,11. 8"I4OOulIUIIN: nmttur.anil bUt uooortlhiicly( "btwll HO' untunxl 1
;. at llie l'olutk. .........''m..o. vitality just as a poor fire under the : LI need
than when he felJ'il1 the a nsw plow.V
more terribly first gardenof time and you may \
r _ _ _ boiler allowt the steam to run down. This is plowing ale
Eilon.: He says: From poor blood to impure blood Is buta theOLIVER .
: An unofficial Newspaper ')f the Democratlo sortJustthelklnd step, and impure blood is mother to a county agents for I
l you should keep In'your family. "The Panama hat has accomplished the downfallof large percentage of human Ills. Dr.

J man by the simple process of exposing to woman H arter'a Iron Tonic Is an antidote for I CHILLED PLOWS.
both and blood for It Is
Impure
Published at Pnlatka, Fla., Thuraday, of ouch week by. his hollowness. The situation bears particularly both a poor builder and purifier-a food jTj jTjI Y., all know there's none bettor. We alec have the Atlanta Steel Pious,
u
t RUSSELL & TICKERS. hard on the husband, a patient long-suffering crea- and a medicine. It Is the best combination We buy direct from the inanufactuier, and l can save you the middle roan's ]profit. )
of the kind known to medical .. lot
write and
do that. u us give
_ _ ture. After having spent years in preaching to his science, and Its success for nearly half Como We and see also us agents. or for If you Putnam can't county for the ;you ,\oIlo.a.! ,

r wife about her extravagance especially in the matter a century has led to Its endorsement by ire '
WM. A. RU88ELL, EDITOR. thousands of medical men who have CULTIVATORS.
: of hats, the Panama, with flattering tongue, has been unable to find a substitute. PLANET JUNIOR
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Mil. WALL'S UNCONDITIONAL 8UKItKNDKH. approached him and he has fallen, paying enoughfor ''i' \\ They make work ....y. Men who use thmn whistle as they work Thou nelmv, I

one hat to got his wife a half dozen,, more or less. \\ the Celebrated IRON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything In the line of
.
: And thIn to complete his ruin, the perfidious Panama Dr. Harter'sIron Tools.
Garden
: In the light of recent events and the scrambling, "TOUHB MAW YOU MADS A. MISTAKE.:

; acrobatic performances of some people to land in has since brought on its poor relations, and theyare anything to o say to me of sufficient Importance This Is, going to be the best year Since. iho MID (,'I\'IOP. The man who ]pkmi, this,| ,

the band wagon, the News i is now compelled to agree", selling/ anywhere from $1.25 down to 37J cents. to repay you for an Br....*aneft'ort spring and Biiniiii, r has hutter, prospHOtB for a (good, piofltuMe, renplng llnu: n-xt \

with its esteemed local statement Even; the express wagon horses are wearing PananIna Tonicwill alll It has cost me this hot day tocorn' t..lI.. Orange arower* will be4n It again but thi-y will liuve to plow. W. W.llltto:, ,
contemporary's
I" be late cultivators and the ijnrdi-n teis--thsy aro lie ,ul.ovu.
: such a distance. It will ,.eeiltiiem the plows the ;
1 3 IIi and a man just returned from a vacation up in .
that "the dispensary is a dead issue. It dead- now before I get home. Good after.noon ,named, prosperity' brand.

." very dead. New England solemnly tells of seeing a farmer's Iniur you ftnfn. Lbs many evlti .ultlatr sir."
from Impure blood. Horofulu pimple., blotohon,. the ca aler sat KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.
: The News also desires, in this connection, to congratulate scarecrow thus arrayed.1'ruly, the Panama tram- kltlnny ditto, rtlerw, rbeum.Y.ml gout, dyapepila, The following balance day sheet a look of
Swede waakneM, oro.l.. etc. are a examining his
and sits of ambition. -
I the people of Punatu county that this i is pieth upon pride upon the neck towel mum; but tha vrettentflvtl, the vreataitdun perplexity and dismay in Ms countenance PALATKA FLA.
"ir or. U the general weukenlntr of the whole ,
fact. At the same time it i is not unmindful of the ,ny H tarn, whloh. aHonls AH opuulntf for every such as had never been seen
"All oi this would not much matter had not the taBHlutf diocese.The there before.
,c herculean efforts of this same esteemed contemporary following In only one of the tbouMnflB of Every chock taken by the bank wee
in bringing to pass a result' which causes so wives of the- Panamaed men taken notice of the LeNitmonlale we have received before him. every dollar paid out had

: of Detroit Mloh, Jan 10 1901. UU hands. and yet, In
much rejoicing. Our own efforts seem puny.: whole thing and, as wives sometimes will, spoken "loommnnoed Uttlnic Dr. Harter,N Iron Tonlo panned through clett-
it. What husband for himself? So far when. proMtrate from *ituvenMttiMk. of rheumik spite of all hi. efforts there W&l a
As published in last week's issue, over his own can a say tlHm. After uslnir three bottle all trace. of cit of nearly five hundred doll...,..
i there is no record of a husband having said thin dfHeuira.were uomplotely eradicated Iron my the third attempt Mr Joslin 30TB YEAR OF PKOSPERQUS BUSINESS.ACKERMAH ( .
: ; :, signiture, John P. \Vall himself while not abandoning any- yntein, and my ipmftru. .. health wee reHtored After .
A. e blood purl tier Dr. Hurter' Iron. Tonlo laid. down the and wiped the perspiration
thing. It to be of the times when there pen
J any of his "personal convictions, does nban / seems one ban. no equal. and I rnont ftlnoerely. recommend from his forehead. Ruin
? It to all penionii Mufferlntf from Indlireitlon, & STEWART
:' don the dispensary, and pledges, in event of his is nothing to say. With thirty-five dollars invested fatfiftie, rhflumatimn.:: and the many weakenedoomlltfona stared him in the face.
of the*y.um produced! bv Impovcrlabed .... have ? ,
nomination ill next week's primary, not to advocate in a Panama, with the grocery boy wearing a close blood.* M..rl'. F. Yeacell. Where couiu ) money gene
It?
: such a bill "before the people nor in the legisla imitation which cost ninety-eight cents, and now No. 040 Sewrad Af. I and Suddenly what would there he do llunhed about upon his Wholesale and Retail
(M,000(ttaraatee that above tMtlmeaial!a ,0811iM.) Druggists. *
y ture." with a bill for his wife's hat staring him in the face, mind the recollection of the man who
Every bottle of Dr. Bar had called the day before. Could it be
:* Tills is ood. It is unconditional surrender of the plight of the unhappy husband is something tq tore Iron Tonlo has. our. that the mistake he mentioned,

Jj: : t ;,L. erery thing but his "personal convictions," and stir pity iu every virtuous bosom. > the"Creiwent"label. Don trademark. accept, a possible was in favor of the bank. and of ao 111STRF.CF.IVF.1) LARUI!: Fresh Garden Seed For Spring,

"Truly, in these days the married state is not a Insist cm. Dr. Uartera. grave a nature? Yes. ; it must be no. LOT LANLIILRTIL 1.111'110' '
everyone who knows John P. Wall knows that "his r Mad only by K mt Iu yoiiriir.hurs.I
for
There was no other way to account
"
'4 $ personal convictions" count as little when placed ill condition to be entered upon thoughtlessly. DAYTON.! ftMOIOINE OHIO COMPANY It. Seizing his hat, out of doors Uo : :D'riccDtTQE3: : : CURE,

the scale with public office 1180. counterbalance. Dr Mktier Wild Oitrfy Blttm, rushed.
ailSCKOnNATION IN NEW YOltK. :: known 0,. Iftw Me dhim.. The evening of the same day Mr. i)5) conts per buttle. Guaranteed by
be derelect in its ..
The News would duty, even at' .VZ.TWK.
The following paragraph; appeared in one of the Johnson was seated In- his pleasant ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.
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4c* this time, did it not again state the facts regarding/ : I home his wife on one side of him and .
Jacksonville dailies short'time ,
; buried a ago : A LAUGH his youngest/ boy on his knee,whea Mr. -
of this IN
? the It origin the scheme lately of few dispensary politicians measure to "Last year there were 1,810 marriages l etweenwhit'es act tbe CHURCH.She I Joslin) entered. "'", ""m""mm'm"m'mmmmmnrmmm"" ", ,,, ,,, '
was a dusjgning on nlldlnKouabloa 1 "My name la Joslin. I am cashier of
and negroes! in New York state. Nino hun- The dour. f.'
) wee woman" of four] K; "
build machine iu the state of Floridaon the llloomlngdale bank, said the newcomer
a political Her "
up feet In theIr ahlny Upper, vA

.ir c a foundation :of whisky, for purposes of plunder and dred nine and hundred twenty white and twenty-six men married'white negro woman women married -, Sho Hung meant dangling to be wood over,the aba floor bad promlaedt and agitation., almost breathless 'with baste I tb: ) PalatKa Hews I

tf. : In its inception and purpose it constituted at once negro men." She And stared no. with at the bar meeting-house bin brown eyes windows, Putting the child from hit knee Mr. L ...

the most gigantic, far-reaching, debusing and villainous And counted tbe orawllnu al... Johnson stood up. ---
In reply to an inquiry as to its accuracy by one "Oli, yes; I remember. The man who =:
piece of legislation ever evolved from the She looked far up at the preacher; *&f never makes any mistakes. Proud toMe
t4 of its subscribers the New York Tribune .
: brain of man. John Wall was not the father of the says: Droning But she away thought m the of bloeaouia the honey" beee / you under my humble roof sir. _. Does all kinds Modern] [ Book and Job Printing
\v. II. Quilfoy, register of vital statistics of the That: whitened *// My dear," turning to his wife "this Is -
the cherry treaa,
bill but to his shame be it said that to within the
up Board of Health, told a Tribune reporter yesterdaythat She thouffhtof the broUen baakat, the young man. I was telling you about. at popular' prices.
past month he has prided himself on the conspicuous Where. curled In a dutky heap L A most extraordinary person! Surveyhim
last in the city of New-York there were'marriagf8 Three aieek round .....
pl. with I
frlnfj
year pup
_ ; 'l part he had in passing the iniquitous measure Lay inuirgled and fait aaleep. well; you will not be apt to look The office is equipped with the newest ma-
contracted white and Oi' "
by 82,400 men upon his like again./

through the House. It may be that his part was colored men, and 1J2, (03 white women and \014) col- Such Such soft queer warm little bodice b.I...to. to cuddle beat, \7/t. 'I j'j7 Mr. Joslin turned very red. Dropping terial, and tho class of work: turned oat eiyials' in ;

that of a mere tool, but the charitable view to entertain there married Suob ..".. round ton..uea to klaa, ) Into the chair that Mri. Johnson
' 1 regarding a man of his cunning would be to ored women, so were 13 white women ttuott aprawllnc. ouanlony beLlShe considerately placed for him he wipedthe : style that of Job Printing Establishment in
to 13 colored men. Of this number nine couples oouhi '.elln her duping, 11...,... moisture from his forehead ::: any
credit him with a part in the plot.It Tb. touch. of tbe cItIng akin "Mr Johnson, I am forced to ...,. -
$L were married in Manhattan, two in Brooklyn, one And a cold wet no.exploring = the South. Give us a call and learn somethingabout
_?1 : : wa the scheme of its originators to work the Tb. dlmplea under ber chin.Then knowledge that made a very serious
,i measure 011 "highly moral lines"-to go before the in The Bronx and one in Queens. Dr. Gulifoy argued mistake. yeie>.rday morning when ]I good wQrk at modest prices.
auddon
a ripple of laughterHan cashed that check for
that if there were thirteen marriages of you.liviaII' youa
t 1 people in the guise of temperance reformers. But only : over the parted llpa. -
five hundred dollar bill initead of
L it was only a blulf and the! News was the first, and for colored men and white women in this city last year, So quick. that abe Could. not catch. U five" a -_ .
With" her nmy Honor'Ipe. _
_ : : a time the only, paper in Florida to call the bluff tha same ratio throughout the State would mean Tbe people wblHpered: Bleaa tbe oh lid I" "That was what I supposed after 1 I Palatka news job Office }

y and sound the alarm. It has kept up[ a constan only about twenty-six marriages of this character But A*the each.dear one woe waked woman from bid a nap her, faeeJfor got home and counted the money. over. :
campaign of education since and the recent defeat of baoie ia ber mother lap Thinking you would be uneaay 1 loHl -
altogether, as the population of this city last. time in bock make the =: ::::
the measure gives this }paper no little satisfaction. year -W. IX TI.-De_... no going to matter
The News congratulates Mr. Wall on his 18th hour: wa 3,632.501( almost half of the State, which was right. I should hardly have. taken Russell UiCkCrf Proprietors.
so long a ride however, at
:, ; conversion, but not until he surrenders his persona 0,407,050.( Dr. Quilfoy accordingly questioned a MB.\ JOSLIN'3 MISTAKE.I when those of my calling art a especially season == ::::

convictions" in this matter, will he be entitled to good deal the accuracy of the published statement busy had I known your rule lobe mmm ummmmmmmmmmmmmH mmmmm u

: the respect of that part of this community which mentioned and declared that he did not believe miscegenation BT,URATE TEKRT. so Inllexible: as. to the rectifyiag of.ucb.
I demands of its public servants honesty and a. decent C ., ." --- -

:; regard for the welfare the state. existed on so large a scale. among the T wms with a feeling "Hut I expect to have It rectitled," Coast Line Railroad

Mr. Wall's career in the legislature has been a farmers up the state." of relief that Mr. Juc was the alarmed. and excited responxe Atlantic Company
lln cauhier of the "Unless. you do, it will remit In the
,; moat striking of that "insolence of: t
exemplification ---
loss of and
my place the ruin of my
Bloomingdala beak
;,. office" which is particularly distastiful to that class OVER PRODUCTION, OP GINSI NG. prospect. It Is no joke but a serious
v aw that the hand of Creat
The Through Gar Line From Florida.CONlI'ECTIONS
i of our people who are broadly American in sympathy The growing of ginseng is at present occupying the the cluck at whichhe matter." .
; and who hold the that "I am far from It In the
.., rigidly to opinion a attention of large number of American farmers had glanced BO regarding
"publio oflice is a public trust"and not) a "private frequently during the light/ of a joke"said tbe farmer, coolly. :
and thousands of pounds of the product shipped to la.t buurt with "Still I sue. no reason why lay difference / .
and while the News would not to were
snap, presume Its rails
I : own to Bnvnnnah Charleston, Richmond and
1ft: : offer him advice it believes that if he would in future China every year. The following article. from the in five minutes of the take happens should be to made be In because favor.the" ml. TO Eastjove'i }I WashioKton, thenoa via Penn. B. E.TlA .
time my
for clo lnlf. Various tHE
be more circumspect regarding the disposal of New England", Homestead will probably be of inter- things aside "Come father," interposed Mrs.

;; "his personal convictions" there would be some opportunity est to those who have not yet entered the business of from the Int.enHlleat. Johnson In a low voice, "why do you All DAI*. -

l' .. for a man of h is supurb nerve even yet. V had conspired to try torment the young man so? You know,
p. growing the plant : The LoulBvtll Nashville
4 .I... The dispensary is not an issue next Tuesday. :Mr. the patience of that very important In you put the money away for him. Uo. via Montgomery.THE .
.. "That peninsula, tributary to Chinese and Japanese and get I"" TO YTet t}
t' Chesser and Mr.Vall are both pledged to work and dl..ldual-In his own estimation. go The Mobile Ohio' B- B. via Montgomery
: vote against the measure should it again raise its markets, is an important producer of ginseng/ As lie was about to close fur the day Thus adjured Mr. Johnson tonic the |
the little ,window by which he stood money from the family Iilbl..1 etweetlI
head in the legislature. and a recent consular the of 1001 has
report says crop TT Via Savannah and Ocean
the .eatibul.doora swung( open as If Steamship Company for New York
Only one of these men can be selected. Both are been sold to' Japanese firm for $025,000.( It propelled by a quicrf utroug baud, and TO Pi M Nl }I Philadelphia sod Bobton, via NT Ik for N. Y. Wash and Ball.

democrats. They each have "personal convictions." amounted to 08,000 pounds d brought hanty, footsteps soon followed. THE UUUl [ Via Savannah and ]Merchant ft Mlnen Transportation ComJ -
The victory of either will be purely personal. Putnam an average "Young 'man, you made a mistake 1'r J pony for Baltimore

; county democrats who have paid their money. price of something over $9.00 pr pound. 'After securing this morning when you cashed that. VIA STIAMSHIP.:

4, will take their choice. this gisneng. the purcliser deliberately burn- check for me." TO Key West V 8 Mail Steamships of tbe Peninsular i Occidental Ste m
In the meantime the News again ed 13,000 pounds the in of the I Kesenting quite as much the famlliarlty ship Co. Port
congratulates as supply was excess of this address a.what the words AND )} Tampa to Kny West Havana In oonnecfn with

'. c moral element of our community on the fact that'the demand. It is said that a considerable portion of implied Mr. Joslin glanced severely at HAVANA J The Atlantic Coast Line.

? dispensary is very dead. This paper attended last years' supply still remains unsold in China, and the speaker a middle-aired man in
theobseqnios without batting plain, farmer's attire, with in
eye. I Iyean' a whip
that the Korean crop was enough for nearly' three his hand. SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS will\ be on sale until Sept 30 to the prlnclparaorts
--- -- -- > throughout the country limited to return October 31. Write the aiderHlgned
1- The is We make mistakes "
consumption. supply thus'evidentlyin never sir. and state where you wish to go and proper Information will be
FLOIUDA'S KKPUKSENTATIVES.:: given.
: "You never make ml takea'? repeated
excess of the demand, and should this state of
-
L Florida will have the services of her senior Sena- the farmer removing his hand Something New. .
continue
things must eventually affect the marketfor from his breast-pocket and regarding
tor for six more. Her Junior Senator and Summer e"ourslon'rato to Washington, D. O from Palatka. $41.00, tUkeU
years tbe
American speaker with keen critical limited
ginseng. eyes to October 31. 1902 with IS day transit limit In'each dIrection. ,
I. three 'Representatives must be chosen two years which seemed to be taking a mental IOlerohuogeablo! I1IIl1e' *K. tickets 11"00.1 1 over W.tMiOmllo.() of among the princi
measure of the man on whose face they pal i rallwsyg In the Southern
States are sale .
hence. Both Representatives have been warmly on by the prlnulpal agents.
3 Rev. Vaughn Smith Collins, a would-be sensational rested. For complete Information call on II. E Dickens Ticket Agent address: .

indorsed by a unanimous nomination for another preacher, who is well kilOwn to the writer, is "No sir. If there was anything F' M..JOLLY, Division Pass. Agt-, Jacksonville Pta '
w
:. should have mentioned ifc n. CRAIG H. M. EMEK
term. wrong you ON, T, M
at present stationed at Del. A few Sundays EMERSON
Smyrna, ::: when drev the .VVET RIM W.LLo" Gen. Pass Agent Asa'- Tref
you money. Mgr.
Traf Mar
The jubilee enthusiasm in Miami and the Board ago Mr. Collins arose in his pulpit after the "Just so; tout, yon, see. I was In something I the leaves of which he had I Wilmington N. 0. WIlmington, N. C. Wilmington N. 0.
; : of Trade in Jacksonville but of a hurry. I it placed It
banquet glanced over,
wej-e proper introductory service, pursed his lips and began to on his return. from hi. second visit to
$
expressions of appreciation for the Florida whistled and thought was all right) but when the bank the ,
delega- day before -
whistle. "lIe four times, Bays one of the I got home 1 f ound-" a merry -- -

:. tion.Our local papers, "each time in imitation of the song of "We can't help that.," Interruptedthe t twinkle Mr. Joslln'a In his eyes fingers as he closed did so.over It For the next 30 dayswe We Make Fine

1 'c own Representative, our Bob, has done a /good the meadow lark." Then he stopped, and announced pent cashier It, for all"you we might know. have If there lost has or with feelings of joy and thankfuln! will oRer special

., l service in the past and is equipped for continuing that that was his text, the song of the been any mistake It la yours and can't that"One he vainly strove to put Into" words. Inducements to CoaajfeotlcaosAni

it. He has in the district few equal in ability} anda meadow lark and its teachings. We would not be I be helped now It being our Indexible Johnson moment as his,visitor young. turned man, said towards Mr. everyone who Eats

t' new man, even if he were as able outside of Congress surprised to hear of his taking as hill texts in the rule bank.not to" rectify' such after leavingthe the door. "Solomon says: 'lie who an- FURNITURE BUYERSThis it wants

would be hadicapped there by lack of experience future the of ,"All ," said the farmer button' awereth. matter before he heareth it. more.
near bray. the ass, the bellow of the right it I. a foUy and shame unto hi....' If Is done partly to encourage bunt- Our Chocolates and Bon Bone
S 4 and acquaintance. bull, the cry of the hyenia, the bleat of a goat,, imitating Lug up his coat and turning to the door. you had heard what I had to say yesterday fleas In a naturally dull season and. In

t Mr. Sparkman has also done his part well)), and] the bray, bellow, cry and bleat. He i is equal turnpike."My name, Just U Johnson.at the foot I live of what on the Is ail this, mortification you would have and been spared order It should to make be room reinemboreU for Fa'l, goods that all are always Fresh and Pure.

: his position on the river and harbor committee to it. One night we took an imaginary/ walk with called 'Strawberry hlJIJ five miles this counsel let me add trouble. To goods h> our store are practically new -

gives him a wider influence in bvhalf of the State. him to the stoning/ Stephen.!! It was a* entertaining don't out.. mind It tie It.long 1 feel way more_ to come than,repaidby but I my own Don't be so sure something again that of Vre want you to see our new Ice Cream, Ice Cream Soda

Our : in Senate and yon never make any mistakes!"-Dem- Nickel Parlor
; delegation House have acted as a vaudeville. the opportunity It baa afforded! me orelt's Lampand

1' in to see, what I never expected to look Msgaslne. .... housewives will be and other
,! thoroughly harmony-not jealous of one another. --------, -.--.. ....., Interested In '

not seIC- eekillg. but bending a united energy for II. E. Day, chairman of the :Railroad :Commission ::: upon makes In any this mistakes life a"man who never FIND VEllfS OJ'' I'RE.t' GOLD. ourAcme Mosquito Hot and Cold DrInk" '

_ the benefit of their State. and one of the candidates for renomina- Despite the speaker's plain coar.egarb. ...... Canopy.F. .
.10 .. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
;;U For many years the little State of Maine has tion who failed to secure the majority required at which. there led Mr.was Joslin something to think about It possible him ....... Is A......wtr.m........... .__.... A. Gerber & always

Z' wielded an influence_ in the House among the great- the last primary, ,has decided to enter the race in that he had mad. a mistake in .. to. Miss .t..... .. Sons The Children ire welcome; .thoy
to It.-
seem enjoy
; est. For years no changes were made in the Congressional the second primary which will be held Acgtst 12. treating him with so little consideration Pa..ticulare Furniture, Dealers
-!< he had never mad. one before. r..b.d PhnenI1. .ArI. Fine Clear and Tobaccos. -
delegation! from that State. As a result VIr. Day is too well kntrvn throughout the state "Stay" he called out as the visitor the other day. 01 senaatlonj. Undertakers and Embalmer

t J Maine.was represented by men of the highest ability to: need an introduction. His platform of principles turned from the window "It Is too ID'lkss In J'icaeho Blanco county gold Phone 8.. Palatka. Pta L. A. SMITH.

r ) will be found in another column. late fcyday past banking houra, you berth of ('seth Greek. The mllOlh lied i
and ripest experience, and the six men from that wu 10 Exposition Notice! "
see; but If will give....the amount group. where
-- -- --> you .1' .0
;.,\;,' State in Senate and house have bad as great an influence More than twenty foreigners who are not even and particnlara; tomorrow" feet with In depth. a great body ot 0'. filled To the survivors ot the Kemlnol. war ot Atlantic Coast Line* }

_ ; as five times their numb from larger States I citizens: of this country were wounded in the stnke "Oh, no. young. men" interposed the nuggete aDd Cake gold wae U/)7/ and lN&ii:
.t."k.
farmer glancing back through the Son.. of tb. ore 'law was passed' hy MiiiMie IiekiS'ece' good ever ihs I Iln "=
: that were continually changing. their representa riot at Shenandoah, ,Pa., last week. Not one native partly closed door "if you not only abo".d 1'25.000' to the toe.y.d. while her. June> 27th. liwa Congress sD1 1 approved : ., AlUnlld: o ut Mn. glchm'n'i: .. : ';;' ,
nOD. extending the rlc-knhurg" POIOIMO. lullruxl, ?I'I1'J' !
___________________ tives. miner is reported hurt,, nor do. the report show never make mi.takes.-but, supposing of the eampl. ahow.d I... ths. 11.000. provisions, limitations and beneUta of iiniHrn,' ) IlAlVrsr( IrftQtHvlllo sod If. .V|"|I
that of them in Oa thu. Joe ) the sot of isay: to Reilmad ( Uiula iihhNarrei'5' ''" "
the riot. Daly survivor tuwpl
any were uch a thing poeelble-.ever rectify claims la of the
A. Heml Ol'
Maine has in ,
this
set B.
a good example and Trilby B.
i tt. J
respect, 'Ir"nap another nolewsrsofl857and/ >< r a 11 Hlsu.n S OuUirl ..
_ --- any. It would b. only an additional aDd 0' lese.p rlcl8) : 1HM I am now :4. LiPonWhsrreia. B. B.I '">' ?!"'a U
:Florida is following it. Our people satisfied wal made. licors prepared to prosecute the .... Mouth O."n '" iI
are waste of time to.say more. I live on ot em..ller pension clsln Wanu-n relIne ItHlwny ; i t
The that the1
report East Coast; Railway had been ksvs .bae Cod. of such. surviving. soldiers Way, Morllinra BoUwsfi ""Jjilljs
with men who represent them and already the turnpike the foot of Strawberry mad. la the I..t few and the wid lonkMalurn "
5ollli "J?;
among ow. Ballnuul :
purchased the Southern ia daye dMIId .
_ by officially denied by hill, five miles BIO. aboald you have, slid a tr.11MII4o. r..... fete soldle. of these wars, li.*llrn.d. Tlftnn a sfnultrl. Railway .-..'..
c the ablest, they( gain in power every year.-T. U.C. :J. R. Parrot, vice-president of the former road. $,1ot ih. cUe.toUow..s. tree of ah..rge. M. r. OOXE, IIIouL...,.> Gulf H.IIW.J. 4....v."l.d mIne W5Psio.ng.g '...
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I I r The genial reese captain of liable of a steamer ply. .411 Lad.ies ,

THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. log on one of our American rivers was

appointed a. vestryman In uo Episcopal WHO PUT UP FRUIT -.

church In a city which lav at one end

of his It route.was reported One ,day to him.shortly when afterward onshore :::Ec..o'VV:: 0.1:>0'\:1..tMASON'S -

Crescent City Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Grlnmlny and that there wa a leak In the ,

H one 01 the mime twanttfiil' loontlnn In rarIin \ children accompanied, by Miss Nel- i ; 1 1i ...>< G.. HI* of .... T.._. cburch. lie wa.accustomed to prompt- ptUlf? JARS ,

, The I uiwn la In the nnuthcfuiltjrn' prt of lie Newbold expect to this OUT OP THE British public says the Chicago/ I aeso, and on receipt of the message he ,
spend
,nhto from Palatka. ami' lerOMhnd
to the church took a candle and
Putnam : went
will fnd
that the
: by ellier nloamiir or railroad. Oroo.anntolty week in Ormond. war taxe started down Into the cellar to find the But they don't all knew we keep thorn. This Is to l let them know that they oan '
) lloaon' hlNh a'nlln'l..hl' rlouIKIooo.follY i i a little while longer.
from mil w".t bank of Cltmucml, Lake a Mrs. S. B. Shiiw has returned from leak, evidently thinking of the basement get tbelr supply at our store. .
., 18 mllim In
b..a..ur..loh"e. olar wator luniuli *... Im HovHla Carrlaar the bull of the good ship ZIoal .
her as -
alld (nun thro") to lIon 'mllo III wl.lth. I'I.OIN trip on the eimt coast, whithershe -- = -- '
1.,1\00., ..elllal" nut In own anil iirova luttt, I. a vain thing for safety-* The captain himself. tolls" the story
thoformorooiutllut.liiijiHKirtu.il'of the own was called by the slid and sudden Two P.AlItOP TINS the Chicago Tribune is of its Ww h.ive lline of Metis Suits and Neckwearof
Sill) bl.21k0 I" "ll11"., !1)'ln. bn''ooll0 death ortier ao a I with much apparent enjoyment : a good .
"I'
SOil.
Mrs. Joe of Tnzno '
flanks
( ..
Orwwent on the naitt anil 'Inko HMl1a carrtna; humor Youth's Companion
?iitkAK? in.-Inko w..... Til.. ln ol..f lakoBt.'lto., l 112 40 fool Ir. H. O.'Welch on his rutiun. from MIHH., CI'e8entml her .. h tho latest designs.' Also full line of DRESS! PATTERNS 'i '
"mn hiLt or hike 01000001 11111. .frnd. 01 her ( two boys
hl.h.r
log: tiortool:" dralla000.: 'luG:2nd willor to. of lake.: Siolla l Miamik was tuRon with fever .linil lied gills both henl thy n nd! In flue Fabrics Suitable for Summer. ;
bOO 110, N0IIm III olrlngo kept ateoluIoly to stop In Palalha E. DAY ENTERS THE SECOND PRIMARY
hY'hO ""Oil .1I'hnllto. who lava made It so was prevented dition. Mr. Banks, the father
a pure nIocloInoltflt'T' to In aliT W&7 0011'0011111" It. reaching Cresount) City. Tour young ones. Is a very proH//. You oun always depend, on gutting FRESH Groceries of
rile PIan1Sl'l'll' Ilotiwa? 022101100 1220 WoIlt 'nrmer of Ya/.oo
: living
: county
;: ,
unit batik a of llltlo lake BUtAmar Htnllib two convoy nillna irnHHnngnra from the, 'town nni| There will be no further Sunday Henton, mid this, siuldim ( CHAIRMAN AND WORKING MEMBER 07: THE J. W. MILLER: CreR en City, :

froluhtumml from tho town nod Oremxjnt City services at the Episcopal church his filmily, will undoubtedly ] 10I'lda.

jiinotioii, tOo r"lIw"y*"' 11011. during the month of August. R Ills popularity, RAILROAD COMMISSION ANNOUNCES HIS .
Tim trip by Httmtnur' from Pnlntkn or Jncknnn.vllln c- _ _
\ la one oC tlt*.moal iIullKliiriil" whirr rl.lonIn tor Ward.lH greatly In need of men -, --

mkHH:: tho Ibis whole trip country l 0 haIti:, i entranced anti the: jmHHonger from:: : mart. who to tal root and while ho may not leave A CASH OF SIAVEBV :PURPOSES AND PLATFORM.

At tt 1,1111 ulna lot loll nuiith' of I'aliukn A romnrkabln of slavery Have You ?
Ills llnlHb.: BUirunttr Ifliivim: th. $Johns ami.. ntmtraDH..P lonie, he will rofram from sermon IIIIM exIsted right In tlm heart Necessity" Placing Upon the Commission at Least One Man Who Has' a Hobby

rivtir 1111001.a..rfttnor ell I""Mn narrow by a but thick 1 tottiimiHAtreiun urowtHoroyproM.aiiiai preparation for I a few wcfkx. The V oik Hlnto ever slmsn II in Civil Some !Practical Experience of Railroad Technicalities-Thai

., ii.l' pa1m HU -a vnrltnhlo' ronmtnrhnoval week. day/ service of Cililay's will luis just bnnn hi'nugh t to< I ho ill.I Necessity Recognized by HI. Opponent
I Tho rlv m curved nn *imrt|' anti of the uMI lt the ,'
> thiough / .
.O continue as usuiil. i Of Course You Have.
'fisMiumii ;anil trar In novor A long ioiu.ii. ofwi.utr DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OP THE STATE! OF FLORIDA
I nine, ,mil1 of Mary Wisdom an igtid;
After tmvfiltlirnimh '
In tlilH Bltftit stream' Ui 0 Hfautmiir' emerges( *Into, There Is a little baby girl in the ugaliiHt hlliis A. Smill it .! Having failed to receive In the recent primary election a sufficient It's desire for and don't want to
tile .broad nnil, bealiti lot Luke Jr..oolll) > A run home of 'Bqulre: J. .1'.. Burton and to lenns county farmer, ror if2H( of votes to nominate me for the position of Railroad Commissioner a good things you
,
.or an hour CUr nml a Inn halt HltwitnorB IAIIIU the, ,Buiitlioriinmtitminima. imiiMimiter. nl.iraHMiu which the doullhty 'HiiuIre will stand for services... decided to again submit my case to the people In tha second primary pay too much for them. '

, The twit loavt i heN eon viII" nto i *. After tho war Mnry, who 12th. desire furnish the
lu the relation of "grandpa"'ono re We have a hobby and it's a to best
Thiirndny' ami
HitturdAyiI'nlntka
m. every 'rimosdily :: :: \: ; heard of Pr".I at 8 p m: the sanna claya. ,Hummingthobont moved. He Is one of the proudest clnmatlon, WHS brong-lit from Feeling that my position baa perhaps been misunderstood pos things we can for the money.
IIII200IIC000110III city on Momiay' Wod ,
nowiHyanaKiWuy, at 7 a. m .arrIvIng at laLitka. men lu town, just the same The : tacky by n returning (Union ; mlsrepi'evented-I take this means of setting myself right with the

: ,nt 10 a. m. and at JnikttonviUu:' ; itt 4t00: .) visit of the stork. was to Mrs. Clay I John Btiknr: He. It fn alleged both as to my relations to the railroad corporations of the State. and Hole's the place we assist you in suiting your ideas to your mnann. Get our

u.I in/for No crenoeiu person: over UIIY 1 took wIlliiit, the Btetmiur expuittiiiuinanow :croH.mnit Jralile,. Mis. Km.ton's datighter-ln- licr. to bnell.Ui'cnntly: Railroad Commission of which I have for nearly four year been the prices (In 'I.

Boimntloni. ot.,'lt-it' iira nail a churl atop. at she lenrnecl for and most active member.It Shoes Hats Goods and Notions.
the *IHtlo oily* nrnki:any man or woman a lifuloiiR iaw, and the little one Is. a husky time that the Civil Weir: had Clothing, Dry
lover Ut( tile iiliw ". has been laid of me that I have been a railroad man. That Is true."'
It look her months
Kpevlmnn weighing eight pounds.esHM. H :iveH. to
In:the,' town homna[>.n tii>iiflr'uofouud Are, .Home In the of elate the monibeautiful and' \ O. the full m"auliigof the repot.t. \ It not true I never should have accepted a position upon a Commis CONE The Shoe Man
I.op..r Bnlley and 'r. B.
the people, are cultured and ..mtripcmuB.There she ran away. which must necessarily deal exclusively with the Intricate problems ,
', I. a good MlumU two onurchon-BiiNoo.' Merrill of Palatka and John Crosby A few days later she told and where a practical acquaintance with those problems
pal and lire.ItyLorhin-Cllit: : two good::.h:1:: :": of Han Mateo of her life's slnveiy to Crescent City Fla.
beehive plenennt private planes came up Saturday essential to efficiency. It I I. not true, however, that I am In ,
HoUil ntul boarding hourtenrloo fbI of UnmtVH who brauifht _
ciiii ho obtaliiMl. have afternoon and remained until Hun- with the railroads or that the corporate Interests of the state de m
Hie people
moderalo. pio '
are *:2,1115)) for htTHerv ..
vlded woll those kept who golf like links tlilsamiiRemont.UroHOtmtuiiy for tho onuirinlnmentor day the guexts of Capt. J. W. Miller. defendant piiyment clnlniH tliiib a my retention on the commission. NEW SPRING STOCK Of '

'Jilts uu>r. OLAHK grovoa than These gentleman came for toe pur. all he ever agreed to give( liar.HUB Some of my opponents have taken the ground that the railroads fear

ally IH the other 1..lnN'ooool'.nol.town In tile' .oounty.. the Orange POllittu Rod culture the pose of seeing Capt./ Miller's wondt-r-. Commission and desire to 'see it done away with. They also proceed :OE I .GOOOS

cinallty" of tills fruit Han Iunor broil rujninKMl OHftiipurlor fid orange and grape fruit grove.It WAR TOO' (' [ the assumption that the Commission la of little or no value to the peo

the...'_.to Mutant thot grown every Iu lilly o'Llouu I other of suction the plan of* Is needless to say that they leturn- 'l'he I':iiHton (Md.) Star says: But these gentlemen assume too much and prove too little. It la JUST OPENED AT

boll' 'a well.kopt grove many of. .hluh< occupytile od home fully convinced that it was U one young woman In KIIBUUI: that If- the Railroad Commission be an empty farce, the corpora r
grove low of Incorporation wiilleothur hi'm-vulont dlxpoHlt-lon( would have little reason to fear Its operation and less to desire is C. L. CHAMBERLIN'3.New ,
,
The nitirohnnutof '
extend, Into the country bnck. one of the finest most pioinlsing
Uranoent CUr mo live mnn. and they' Hlmweioi vtre shock lust Sunday:! If the Commission ha In any way aroused the antago Wa Invite the ladies to
kn of goodS Which: would dotredlllo many properties In the state. wns at church mid Slit ( Stock Huts nrrlvml Men and, -
of. the 0"1'" Living I. of the corporations It must necessarily have been of some value to of Summer jimt for Hoys.
or cheaper the larger than ,almoHt alt.tm. any tibhur., towu ID the S. I" Benhttm returned last week hind" n tnll \vll-drMwcd' How about som Hamlltou-Biowo., Shoes? They wear like Iron. Every pairguaranteeil. -

.,..... from Iowa where he has spent the' w ith It raveling\ ngl rIA' In his I. Remember. we are headquarturs for the famous Bucksklu Breeches.
ma ..roo..re lined with nhadn trove and Being one of thoHe geiiftioua" Nevertelesa, we are no. given to understand that the Railroad Corn- fit and entire Hatlsfaatlon.
Ihey wear, give "
th" native Uveoake.. and broad shell walkS, are past several weeks. Mr. Bunhnm whole-Honied. girls\ whon the needs new men and new methods, and that while It has proven Itself ",
In the prhiatpii ......,.. Bluyulo pathaload Fresh and Prices Lowest.
id on Oroceries
In many dlrco'\0 leaves today for Cuba, where he expects once rosti for the first liymn strong to antagonize the railroads, the one active member of the Our are Always ,

- .----- -_-- -- to wind his affairs at his cluded. to pick it oil. should. retired.
-- be
up CI.. rilAMHnitf.IV, Cr"AnentCJlty. Fla.y ,'
HerklM P..rtlln* for tliln Crencant|MkMtr City or) wlnl dnHlrliiff>liir. to to renew 0"!>- Queen City colony. Lute In the fall gave Carefully il llttlo twitch quitting hut her It WHS As a practical railroad man of twenty-six ;years' experience I am Jus _.- - - -

their lr.u.bMfirtiitl, thereto, amy.leave their Ills family v.111 go to Davenport than aim supposed find, a In saying that I am the only member of the Commission who has any = SOUTHERN RAILWAY FIn ==
with :Mr. t:. I> 1,00..ul..tb.
immeettiul. poAtttHtae money wise In our imthorlmml""e iit.CBKH4PNT Iowa in which place prokind they more a-ppeiiled. Setting her knowledge of the problems with which that Commission has to connection with Florida East Coos' and Plant System.TO .
.
..
', can stand the rigors of the northern Hhe gave\ It pull and nboiita, / the Interest of the public And ao far from desiring my retention on the

CITY TEMPERATURE FOR THE reside that horrible thread hung ; the corporate Interests of Florida have everything to gain and noth. NEW VOIUC ANt TUB EAST 'fOOJNCINNo\'fI.CHIt.UORml the WKST."I .
iyj'j, K.D. WI!.. climate, they will permanent ,
WERE ENDING Auaimri. buck. 'I'hls WHS gettinir' "'"
lose by the defeat of the only member of the Commission who I'nhn, ;xp'" 1\alIbI',. Cllle. yl4.1llt'l .
that Mr. Ben-
stated.
HAMB.OBBBKVEK. Iy. It has been lug, but, ,determined Kite gave tInlledox
Malt. nn. their business, understands the tricks of their trade and who can D"UvLlnrt::: gOOpec ,
fur for ham has sold his Cuban Interests, other yank and discovered CIII. ox mClIfl tally
T A. 11 .r.K. II P. V. H ha. S4 ha.Sa. SOIlS unravelIng. his undershirt.Her them on tbelr own ground. ";
July 7i
..75 79 '* "' > and acquired interests in Iowa I.v St AUKulIno, 11 10 u ii 110, ;a S i ill l j, Lv H" AUKuotill. 5 IS a ) P .
HnuiMar JST discomfiture wan so That my views upon this point are shared by others Is shown by the .. II 211 a 7 t5
,. 90 in 811 .. .Ia'k.1olvl'le..211! : I' i 11:11I u 761 P J.koo"vlllo P
.. Hiimlny, ... 77 W, 81 MX W"* 'JlS 7. where he expects to Join his family that chloroform would not h. significant proposition which was made me in Jacksonville short .. s""I".h., .... 30 I"14 JIb P I 12 8U.. Ar 1ul.Vlllu. 8 06) a 7 III' P
Hunilnr
m 98 '. In the fall. lev lilted tier MutTeringn nor B Ar JU'hlilOn". V" .4... e"",, II 11 .q p (1110111"11., 5 11II a 7110 P
,.R 9*
a iiKw.iuy. the primary election when kt was supposed that I would not enter ', 9 lie 1
JU Wadnnnilay.OJ. M 75 70 \W W* 70 ----...--- powder hidden her liluHhen, primary .: Thitluiro WsMi.Illgion, ,' :: ..: ...:n n. ::: = It ii lit 1.1 & .1 laIrIt.hIgo.: : : 4 :Ia r. 7 :: :
81. Thuradny IIU W) ilFld"y the gentlemiin turneI, with .. I'hlhnl"l"hlo ,. I 'liii'' i 1.11 Ja a Ii 6U a .. 'l'II."url .... II to p 5 00 a A
.... ..U7 76 77 II 0 '7g 0 QUESTION ANSWERED.'Yes quiring look to see \\lint was! I was upon that oooaslon given to understand that .. the prospective New York. .. .... .... 4131,. 141011 61/1./! .CI.v..h.o.I" ........... ,IMP fi4Op '
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_"- _-"_ .:_ August flower still has the hugest his. neck. of the new Commission knew more of pblltloa than railroading 'ho Southern'H Palm linltwl1 for' East mid th. "OhtuiKO HJclI", > for Nortbwwtt solid I
sales of any medicine In the civilized were anxious. to have me remain with them aa ssoretary. That IfI throuwh trniim. 1-lniMt tialiitt. ., In "|'M''U"". Kli-Ht-oliiH servIce on other, t".lno.l'h. Southern
. Railway bun the boHttlliitiiu vumurvlue Apply Mi uiiy Ti<'ktt t forreMervHtlniiN
world. Your cthersRnd grandmothersUBVor SOLD GIRLS SOIO- I accept, they would. In the next legislature secure the passage of a U. P.OAHV. iftortilu fNiwmnm AKt.10H C
Personal and Social.K. # thought of using anything else for the attached to that from 11,200 to $2,600 lliiy Htruet.. J.cksoavllle.,
liulluiwtlon or blllounnesfl. Doctors were "I'll\ give a dnlliir to have U, Increasing salary position II

scarce and jlte7!, seldom heard Of appanilloltts linist repeat" Mint soli," ..
nervous* prostration or heart failure man, who"!lId he wan from And I now take the opportunity of Informing those gentlemen that If I Headquarters forLIQUORS :

K. Borson visited Palatka last etc. They used August Flower to ma, to KvanguliHt Jinlle[ wish to foist upon the people of Florida a Railroad Commission so

week. clean out the system anil stop fermentation miin, at the young proples !! that it fears to stand alone. they can do so; but that I will never ;;, ,
In the temple at Ocean. Clrove
of the undigested food regulate the
party to the Imposition. If my services-if my experience and knowl- FINE -
.Hlnee. The
Redmond B. Oautler has returned action of the 11 var,stimulate the nervous days ynang
,
ferred to was Miss Cecelia .- of the railroad bu.loe"l-are to be utilized upon the Railroad Com
and organic actIon of the system and
from Tamp" that I all they took when reeling dull who, had jimt InLnliod in the future, as they have in the past, it will be because of my elec

J. L. Burton returned last work and bad with headaches and other aches. "::,In re in I Ihe Alula' J....IIR." by the people and not because of my acceptance of a subordinate posi Such, as the Famous Green River ;

from Braldaiilown.. You nucil only a few tones of Qieeus "You'll have to bid higher, at the hands of men who. In making it, confess their Inability; to dis ,

W. B. Healy of Seville was In August Flower In lljjuld foini to make er" replied, two Lender dollars Viitinan."Well thou". the duties they hope to persuade the people to confide to their keep- Rye, a Whiskey Without a headache '
satisfied thore U nothing set Ions the
town on business Thursday. jou lou get this reliable from Alabama, shoiiteil(I hack aIn Golden Wedding, Jed Clayton, '
matter with can
you. "Make It live and I'll : one sense of the word. this offer la a compliment to myself but It I
B. B. Bethel BUIDmerlno remedy at Lnunds' Drug Store: Paul Jones Pri
Mr. and Mrs. are Lord Baltimore Rye
Crescent City. Get Green's Special Al- Bradford to repeat the solo,"'I'w. an Insult to the Intelligence of the people of Florida; and I should ,
; at Hlghlanda N. (J. ed Mr. Yntinan. a to believe that the democratic electors of this State would become vate Stock &c.
inaiiao.
J. L. MaiiH still: continues very low "Here's the money," to any such scheme by giving their votes to a candidate .who la !

with typhoid malarial fever. ::,Southerner handing; the willing but anxious to accept a position he is Incompetent to Oil.
'' Before anti After Tuklntr the a hank nute.Miss Go to West End Saloon
Clms. Blade and Mr. Prior of Como Htadford pln-fed the who seeks to conceal his shortcomings beneath'the experience' of an ,

..Primary 1)oeit. hml .
were in town on business this /again.VIIOII\ she -
That "dlspenHary question" dies YatmaiiRnld. : "Half of this I base my claim to the suffrages of the people not upon glUterlng

week. hard.. It Is true that Mr. Wall would 1 will turn Into the fund! btilng, .; not upon political or t lass prejudices but upon my past rec J. W. .Hagan.
Miss Katharine Crawford Is vl...l- for the Marine. CainlTiil on and my; promise of future usefulness.
to. hear the word "dispen. .
never care 1.llke.l\nd the other bolt] ( I
ting Mrs. C. L. Chamberlln! this sary" breathed again but his filends to Miss Bradford to spend That the Commission has not been Inefficient U> the past. Is shown by --- -. -- -

week cream.' points scored against the railroads: ; '
keep It going. Mr. Wall Is verpatl..nt ,
Ben]. N. Bradt was In town .this Job Is tornado of nervous-. The donor of the bill expl. of 6 cents per date on vegetables between Miami ani Loand's Drug Store
week. Eereports Huntington: still satisfaction and as noi>n as forced from tbe East Coast Railway and made effective Sop- 'fl ere are always cool spots in ,
pess beside him. He fought, bled adjourned the talented l!' '& ,.. 1, 1902. by virtue of an agreement with Vice President J. R. Par-

quiet. and some think he died in trying' to gathered her chums /bout which agreement was broken by the publication of the concession In our towu Crescent City,

Mr. J. C. Apploby and daughter bill while in the .started for an Ice cremm parlor.FOLIV
pass the dispensary Coast paper shortly before the primary election. This reduction Offers visitors nl citizam

Miss Lillian were visiting here. thlH! I legislature In order forsooth to save OF INKIDBI.ITYDuring at least 146,000 a year saved the East Coast trucker But the one Place '

week. the youth of the land from ruin. The securing of the change In class flcatlon by which cantaloupes Complete: line of 1'

L. A. Ballard left on Monday for He did all he could to save Florida one of K. Hyde's rated as melons Instead of vegetables and the raising of the Georgia '
tills. !
elical.
Yfllaha to resume his duties at the citizenship from Its own folly and the Philadelphia trips through. 'l'111Ies, he rate to equalize the difference of S3 per centhitherto existing la Is Our Siore. Toilet Articles .

Kaolin mire. Ignorance!! butrintlenoe' censes. to be a Scranton: gathering that all of the Georgia melon growers, the following extract from a letter

virtue and for that reason Mr. Wall were fools and that l hit would by Vice President J. D. Strlngfellow of the Gainesville Melon
Walter Cliff and Hebry Hutehln- has changed his policy. He Is still take to prove his ar uinent Association tells the story: *. The choice of all AM Druggist SundriesAt

son jr.went to Dnytona Monday for patient but my countryman you ale minutes If professed. our Soda Counter.
be saved now. 'J'hlsloI'enUplI1lt11h any "This I I. practically tbe rate we asked for and which the, railroad "
too fa; !gone\ to wished to give the Moderate Prices. ...#
n tow day'i pleasure who before July 15th their Inability to make. Thus you succeeded where we failed ut
front for all man in the audlenc ro8e In above in rate about 61 Fans that make you comfortable The large part of our stock 45:'
William Braddook was up from ave changed!! politely linked by'' Hjrcl to The reduction cantaloupes by change was $

Pearson Thursday on a visit to his the votes In the Union has decidedto he wished. to Hpeak. minimum car of 400 packages. 'There are about 100 cars of canta without Is of recent arrival. '

brother, Jos. Braddock. let you do as you please the legl.lature.Won'trou provided. "Mr.! Hyde, was the shipped from Gainesville yearly; so that the growers here have And anything want to ,
he IH sent back to have been listening..- you about $eooe. I suppose the growers of the state have saved We have lately been appointed Agent
broth
Wallace of Savannah Is send him back my make cool within.
Plerpout
terest this lust hull hour; you
.
old $29,000 annually by this redu -tlon for the American Bicycle Company, and
that
vote for man
week In town reicnt! ,'fI
spending the present ,", to the whh.kyelement think your most Tbe reduction on freight rates on fertilizers,, which-to cite a single If your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in
Chesser youbwlong
the guest of the Chamberlin boys. of Putnam county hnd of was an a challenge Infidel, but I can I'm not let not -1* estimated to have.eaved the farmer of Daaoto County alon Ule Know Row to Put your head. mind you) come and lot us f

Mrs. Robt. B. Young- has been course your are ashamed of it. In am I'm n man of education and ; In a single year. ehow you what we can do for you.Executor's .

visiting her father Hon. J. H Harp. Crescent City 2a votes were cast for I've traveled, and I know The adjustment of the difference between the Tampa Steamship Chem Cogttbn. j
four for Mr. -
while Notice.
Mrs. Young returned to her home In Mr.\ CheHser Of the only 23 votes were the average person believer of Tampa and Mobile, and the Plant System and F. C. &I: P. railroads
Wall. "
course
believer. In which by means of unjust discriminations, the railroads cool and In hereby given, that MI months MMFho '
case ; Notion .
Oak. field U... last Friday. bought by the bar keepers of Pah.t.ka. "I>o you really believe," Something ( data hereof. will proaont" our final ...,. 'oil
Many visited Palntka unlit day. ,' It simply shows the depravityof Hyde, "that there Is nothing rapidly forcing the Steamship company to the wall. The victory of a ood easy place to oountn ana vouchers alI.. auk to ton dlwihArKett. ,
the place. Then too Mr. Ches er Would .. In this Instance gave Tamp and Its tributary territory a from the toni..,!atlmlnlHtratlon of the estate
among whom were Messrs. K. M."White Mr. ligion? you RO ou think yourself' to 01 sarah Uetliitl. IRIS of tlto onuatr of Pttlnamana
does not use good giaintnar. saying so much line and cheaper r.'u. State of FlorIda. aaooanod April't. 1111. i iw.
and -Bert Lounda, M-lsa May Wall's best friends will tell you that.It "Go on record I queried Tbe erection of suitable depots at the following points: sleep is about all the .R. SAOMDKBISH.COWAHT .

KutchlnHon and Mesd..mesIJenham. Is true that this statement but seems In surprise. "Why, I've Lake City Bluff'' Springs, Cottondala, Archer and Arcadia. stay-at-home Ap 54 Sine Executor, .1

White, Rhodes and Burton. very funny to some iifea people Mr. Wall why! ting and l preaching ngninst Where it Is best known the work of the Railroad Commission Is best average
I should it? The of needs these
last y..ttr..t""And days.
Samuel E. Neal him been confined not being!! grammatically exact I this twenty there's For example, there la acarcsly. a merchant In Tallahassee who Executor's Notice. >

to his home the past 10 days with Again Mr. Chesser makes wild state- It?" ;you say not at some time sought and scoured relief at its hand. The C. H. Preston Co., Moths In horoby given that.1. months aft r '

quite. serious attack of fever. It Ulen ts. They are true of course. No "Absolutely. nothing The same relief Is ready for all who choose to apply. The Commis 'lat.. 1<,-"It, Drwemlwrl mrl,1 will prosont my
one will accuse him of telling falsehoods "Weil I said I'd pr>va you Is always In ....10... Crescent City Florida. Anal ,aooount: and onohor: Is Ms In ,and ank to M uliiohargml -
first real lllntms many years, does not tell things In of Piunam onuntv Florida
but he within ten minutes. said As an 1 Indication of the Commission's value to the people may be cit from Ib.ur.lmln..OD/ it tIle
but he expects to get strength Bufll-. an artistic manner. Mr.VahL believes looking at his watch. "I following paragraph from the platform of the Hen. Tslfalr, Stockton octets of W. A. w"H 0.0.
clent by the-lath to get out and vote. in liberal sohobl policy. Mr. seven minutes lefc. I will ThIS June '1593. A
for the state from .
doesn't know a school house nomination senate Duval County waa so bitterly L TIRNER
Chesser if that man
the gathering
Miss Lucy Qautier came np from from a bain. Mr. Wall believes In fool who devotes twenty\ r by the Railroad corporation NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Jun i -wt Jeutr. ,

Jacksonville to make her slater a good public roads. but poor old man preaching agnlng something "I believe that the State Railroad Commission has been of IncalcuU. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of. Chapter .

short visit and get some much need Chesser doesn't know a publlo road declaims has nothing in it.'" to the State and especially has Duval' county been benefited by 48B8, Laws of Florida. DR. H. C. WELCHWill
from a cow path. How call you disgrace -nur of the Commission In stopping discrimination Notice Is hereby given thatdoo. T. Buss -
ed labors but -- action between
from shipper
rest professional ,
Certificate No. office CRESCENT
yourself and your children by ll, purchaser of Tax ba at his I
on arrival here was called upon to for such unto? n. H. G. A Wouu XILLEn. forcing Railroad Companies to eaa. their discriminations against Jack 030 dated the 3d day of July A. D..IttUU,

act lu her capacity trained nurse voting .,.- J. A. J. Montgomery.! Puxloo In favor of polnta outside the State, and to give Jacksonville the .... has filed raid oertlllcat..la my office and CITY on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays -

.for Mr. J. L. Maull.A oounty, :Ho., write*: "C have over Savannah and other points outside the State In freight rate baa made application for tax: deed to la- of each week
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVEDAT girls who have been It* location entitles us, whereby the wholesale business of Jackson sue I ta> aooordanoe with law. Bald certitloate -
I
pleasant surprise. party waN worms all tbelr lives.. I tried the following described
embraces
very P II.UIA. COLOMBIA, B* CHAMBBBAIK'S -- within three years after such action by the Commission Increased more 41
held thing to relieve them wbloh, I situated 'In Putnam County Central Avenue
at Mrs./ Simpson's Friday evening CHOLERA AJJD 700 par cant." property Office on .. :
COMO
I used White's Cream ; Florida to wit 1'
Aug.ad in honor of her son DUB BOlU IUMEDY I I Bret two doses brought four My platform m.y'be summed up In a very few word: N. of, Myra Mltohol Bk. J. Pg 42. 4

Itobt, who left on Monday for. Texar- Hr Utter a prominent physician -: one of them, the next two doses I am a practical man, and I am running on my record-the record of Trlay Grt, section 40, township 13, 6 I.. Spn.cr, .

kana, Arkansas! where he is I employed DrChaa.Panama, Colombia In a recent one of theta measuring twelve .whose technical experience vf the transportation business was not range 10-13 acres. .
of
as book-keeper for It grocery letter,states I "Last$ March I bad as "I the other child was :relieved from books, but from practical experience. The said land being assessed at thj Dentist. _

firm. "Bob": Is very popular among patient a young lady sixteen years of.ego, worm White'. It Cream Is a most Vermifuge exsellent I am opposed to all secret rebates! or discrimination In'favor of per- the date of name theleeu'80C8 of U. K.of Parkinson such corUScate Unless In -- 1
bad attack of dysentery. or places.I .
both old and young. All regret Ms who hail a very for children. It not; only said. certificate shall be redeemed according
departure. Everything I prescribed for her proved worm It belps the child ta favor the reduction of freight and passenger rate .. rapidly. to law tax dead will Issue Park(Street near Post Ofllue.

Ineffectual and she was growing worse growth wards on tllckn 8e... 36o be. legally brought about. But I am not In favor of pronilsiug'mor.\ thereon the 28th day of July A. D. Florid
she on
James well Her were sure Crescent City ,
Morrow formerly- parent
every hour. ermanA Btewart'a. Faintka. ;and I. or any; man, can perform. ieoa. ,
weak
known and popular resident of this would die.could Bhe not had turn become over so In bed. drug store Crescent. City' I favor such differential rates a* will permit the shipment of Florida Witness my ol'l1clalellnatl1r& and seal '
Q. B.
she D. .
place, but since the big freeae a resident that What to do at this critical moment wasa through Florida port.'and. tender unnecessary their shipment this the !astb day of Jim A. D. IVDtl. JOHN VINCEN .

of Kebaatlan, on the east coast. study for me, but I thought of Cham FOR SALK. Rosewood the port of adjoining states.I [Seal JOSEPH: PRICE, ''
has ten Cholera and Dlarrhom Hardman make beautiful favor such additional legislation will Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co Florida IN APPROVKT
been In the Oily the past berlain'. Collo aa strengthen the hand of HAIR. CTJTTINO 11"/P .
davsona visit to his son and other R"mndyand .. a. last resort prescribed Will be Palatka mItt at.Hel bargain.htll. Railroad Commission, enlarge Its Held< of action and multiply Its ODDOP- >-- 1JHILDRIN'WORK A tlrALTY. ,
EBEHT
wonderful result was efTao- ,
The most for usefulness.I |app 'i"
It *
relatives and friends .}te returned ted. Within eight hours .lie was feeling I .U9r.5!! a Tb..hopb..o0 n_and nn4 oth.r orr
believe that with !
homa last week. Mr. Morrow looks much better: Inald of three day* .she FOB TEl LECINt.ATVRSI ... practical men. rather than professional politicians EDUCATION My nuoTssra..pt la eonUltlont tl.t. .
..... .
11..1>7 ftnnonaos mysolt a ., this Commission may be of Incalculable benefit to time 15.151 *
quit well but he can never her foe and at the end. of one naoule\ : JII'; ..U an sF0 .aaraauw4MtUiaoMnuk
ese
hoe lb.
Jatnftm
say was upon stAts "tBlMlatiira from "' i
tIle u.n.
entirely well." Votsale at ; the DmnonrAtte, \: >rlda} and upon that belief U baaed the candidacy of r"",.........,. ...... *
tb settee of
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leaPt was to
be wK heel t
did Crescent to like his City.present home ,as AokermanAStewart, druggists. 6f' u. .. I lu... WIL5 Jttlf\ IU 11Q2. HKNRY K. DAY ., __._ LL._ ....._... ,. '::

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j ,'' The Palatka News l I. M. Meyer, the furnisher, left THEY PLAY GOOD HALL The Congressional. Vote

Saturday morning for a short vacation
Rt Frank J. Feaiimldo and J. D. Cull-

and Advertiser at Suabieece. From there he But They are also Kxnerta In away, as I the chairman and secretary -

will go on his annual outing In the Other Lumen of I he 1>Democrat Congressional

$ -- - north, to remain a month or so.
q The Montezuma (Ga.) Record of Executive Committee the Second I. M. MEYER

Palatka star gazers; will have the August 1, outer tains Its readers with Congressional District of Florida, ,

m City happenings; and $ usual. August meteoric showers to the following"fairy title" concerning. having( been constituted the authority

i gaze at In the course of the next two the and duly authorized and directed,
match of ball played be-
Personal mention. game convened at Palatka. Wednesday
$ weeks. The
f mi no-called August showers tween the club of that city and the July HOIll, 1U02\ ) and canvassed, the Solo AgentBOOTS
; of the Perselds. is due on the 10th Oak the
rt, Halls of Gainesville, on the 1'u- returns from Sitcom! Congressional
l
1" v H. U. Long a citizen of Welaka, They have received that name because latka grounds. July iiOlht District. In the Primary Election : ,

was In town Monday. their radiant point is. in the "MonteKuma's. crack baseball nine, held July 16th. I'L
constellation of Hon. Robt. W. Davis ns the, en nil i- 'Th-: :'
persens. who haven't been defeated this year, For e
Mrs J. I.Wlmberly of Interlachen date for Representative to the FlrtycightCommRress ,
went down to Pnlatka Fla., Sunday
J. Walter Uilllard! returned- from of the United States "
In the \
; was city yesterdny. to slay in that place against Galnen
a' the north on Monday, hither he vllle. being without opposition, receivedthe '"
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hauithton are
entire In the .
vote cast
primary.Ills ,
has been for the I
pant month, principally "Mondny they played a practice
at Seabreeze for two weeks. total vole shown by the compilation ,
and Tuesday when" the visitors
in New York and Philadelphia game made
v' Harold !Nelllgaii and W. H. Capo came In it was on a special train ofourteen was 11,016. By counties
His return Is. somewhat earlier than the vote'slood' ns. follows J.t. I (I

; 4 spent Sunday In St. Augustine. was expected owing to the Illness of and cutthroats.coaches, loaded with bums AlHchua' . .. ... . ... .. 1,4211 .

James C. Vertrees, Jr., has none\ to Chas. M. Uilllard and who "The home ,h actually ]linker . . .. . ...' .. HW \ l it .
on account bovssiiy itYwore ,
f threatened with Bradford .. .. . . If 4Hruvard ,
c k Summer Haven by the sed-snlt-sea. of illness was compelled to re- death If they .. ..
the that . ... .. . tx.tt /IIigM'', .
'' The Misses. Crews, of Sunnyslde< main In the north. the won Gainesville game day.hind Many of Clay: .. :. .. . . .. . m::!r> :' of ,1 -- ..t,
i Monday In Palatka shopping. boys pistolswhich Columbia ... .. ... ... .... .. 'linK< :;:-21; Ih ># .
pent 1\lr.an,1 Mrs. II. C. Amosoii to the crowd I
outer- they displayed '
and threatened If Dado) . .., .. . .. -. 1.Ir.(>(
Postmaster Eugene D. Loundit of tallied a number of young people openly did not lose the our boys Duvnl.) : . . .. .. ., .? 2147::

Crescent City was la the city yester- last Friday evening at their homeon they"Gainesville, game.went Hamilton.. .. ... . . 4r()

River street by giving a. party In looking for trouble evidently for the crowd she up IN HSSHII . .. . .. . . .. 40Oianga

day.Capt. honor of her representatives hat. ,.. ,. . . ., (MmOxccola
H. Y. Snow Is. fishing off their guest! Miss tinesOxley seutap' tin of almost . ., .. ... .s. .. \2(7!( $3. 7 FAMOOiS
4" Kent(Ing's. pier at Seabreeze tills. of Snvanuah, Ga. There were description.weapons' every imaginable Putimin . .. . . 72JSt. :! .J!)

1t week. about 25 Invited guests, all of whom "J II the first Inning Gainesville Johns .. ..... .. . . 5(14Suwiinnae (

fl spent a plelaxlnltevening. Refresh rondo nix inns. after which neither .. .. .. .. . lHtl( ) ? SnoffroR ;f /JFEN111ere
j Robert Arm(stand /haa gone to Tampa ments were served and enjoyed by side scored anything. Voluslii. . .... .. . .. . 4UII!)
where he will remain for a short "MoiiteKiium went down with the

while. all.A strongest team she TotaL..11,01(1Thapaoper about
t dance. will be given by the local but the bullies were determined to certificate! of nomination is a timeliness ]
J. II. Johnson of was
Espanola
has been made out the Chairman -
I military company at the Armory tonight win the frame\ if they had to resortto by
among the visitors. to the city on II rellrms. and Secretary of the Committee
(Thursday), and an Invitation
R Monday. "Under the circumstances our boys and forwarded to the Secretary' of
: is extended all the young people did well but nine be state. t
': no can expected thatyourpocfceibook
'
M. 1\(. Vickers. will leave for nn of the town and their visitors to be to do anything when they are threatened -- -------- our bargains ]

outing at Seabreeze the latter part of present' and take part. Plenty or even unto death If they play Air. liiillard UxplitliiH.

,y 'i m the week. good mimic, Ice water and an enJoy- ball." To Mia. taxpayers and voters of Pntiiam -
)
ji } { Miss Kate Oxley of Savannah, Ua., able time promised all who attend. The story Is absolutely without County) [ appreciates. It is on j just

la here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Admission for dancing: Gentleman foundation. The Montezuma club I wish to express my thanks for ns

{ H. C. Amason.M and lady, 2G; Stags, GUo. had been employed to represent Falatknat full a vote as was. given me In the
its Gala Day celebration, lust primary. I fissure one and
you wishing
M q Paul C. Smith, hardware merchant Stanley and Monroe Padgett two oil the day mentioned. The game till that I have striven Ininl all along [ such goods as you are -

,, of Crescent City, was a visitor in. the Palatka reared boys, who Homo sev- was called at H p. in. and there was for the lust six years to do in every
city Wednesday. en years since went to Miami with way my whole duty as assessor nt
present to see the game an audienceof all times trying to bo fair and iu..t
i'I ;{4, I Miss Maud Priddy returned last their parents, were renewing friendships some 1400' people. with everyone, and It wall certainly to that we are mak-
weeks' visit. to in the city several days this buy
Sunday from a two The players of both sides, as well gratifying\ see that I was. not much
relatives in Tampa. week Theee young men are promtnuntly "cut" In the last voting, and I wishto
r as the crowd of spectators. were or-
1 't connected with the business. especially. thank the whole peoplefor
ul "
at Chos. P. Cooper of Jacksonville derly throughout the game. There kindnesses shown
so mu
many cuts.
'' nt the homo of Dr. }:. Interests of their section, and their our biggest price
was a guest WItH no "kicking'at decision of the while on my work, n OHHurlngyou (thatI ing
fv-: S. Crlll, over Sunday. 'many friends here will bo pleased umpire, no cat calls, and not a sound have always tried to be polite and |
to hear of their bright prospects.Can painstaking' with all so ns. to expect
K } r k Capt. W. W. }Kills of the Atlantic ... of discord front start to finish of the It III r<* urll.
-
V -
+ ,' Coast Line, has moved Ills family to g'' me. There was not sound exceptthe Now, what I wish to Kay is, that in '

this city from Macon, Ua. Keep Cool 1'01 ow. ordinary\ "rooting" usual with a my last work over thu county I repeatedly CENT

'v t The K. of P. hall has just been At crowd of base ball cranks. told the people that under 1PER
Miss Alice Wall left Monday for a ,
the Instructions from
new our governor -
ted with electric fans which will ;
K q months' vacation, which she will up The report that threats were made, to relict all 'property, would no

t) ./ --I spend with friends In Bladen, Oat operate with.age-whizz on meeting or my firearms shown by any Indl doubt Increase the total! footing of 33

nlfrhts dm'h'gthe' hot season. and keep vidual or collection of Individuals. my book and of course the levy DISCOUrrr
N e: W. D. Shields went to Jacksonvilleon the members. reasonably cool. Mem Is absolutely and unquestionably would be smaller. This I know /3

Monday, where he has. a positionin hers who have, been should be the cane" as. all reasonable
staying
away false as to fact or The
purpose. know but when I
the railroad shops at that place. people was' over
i from meetings on the plea that the News' stated at the time "thnt the the county and footed. up my total

tl J. B. Howe, of Keuka, was a business hall was too. hot will have to find Gainesville team was composed of a (which showed quite a gain over lust

visitor" in the city lost Friday, some other excuse. gentlemanly set of young men, anti year's amounts) there were other Instructions ON All Summer Clothing & Straw Hats

'' looking lifter his property Interests -a SAn they made a favorable. impression' in to carry out. The comptroller
had ordered that all lands
t6) here. the minds of our people. They played -
Awful Shock' which had been sold to the State, for "
a good, clean game." :curs: : for:: E3a.rga.1.J.S:: .
+ Miss Huldah Bardln of Jacksonville Conductor Robert Flournoy of the Hut then the Montezuma "Invln taxes. and not yet redeemed or purchased ,

b+ is In the city spending a short G. S. & F. Ry while In the city Mon. clble,," had to give an excuse to their -going back as far as 111JO-
: time with her sister Mrs. F. 0. and thin flush of should be dropped from the tax roll
t' day, received a telegram from his homeJ'oople. their guns anti not assessed again until same .
fairy tale lurid
n4? Hafers. home In Fort Valley Ga., slating ... :. had been redeemed or purchnsecl.
Aurellan Kane came up from Jacksonville that his. little 1 11 your old son, while --- This work cut nearly .nix hundred -uII--idut
The School Teachers. pieces of land out and over two hun : -i---- J
________ p Sunday and spent the day toying with a parlor rifle, had Rccl- dred had been previously cut, making -
/ here with friends, returning home in dentally discharged the gun\ the ballstriking Borne weeks ago the News published over eight hundred pieces more ,
tile list of teachers appointed for
; t: the afternoon. his. little 8 year old sister the Palatkn school and one or two thrown olf as state lands. The valuation -

and killing( ( herinstnntly, Mr. Flour of these liuidttis. overa hundred STOCK aaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaafa; aaaaaaiaaa-aa' aaaaaaaaaaaleat>
y Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Holmes entertained other schools In the county. At the LA.RUE "" OF ya

r)*, ( { a number of friends. lust Fri noy was prostrated by the sad news. meeting of the school commissioner came t thousand the dollars.railroad Then assessment, later on for, i R,. E. NECK,

day evening: in honor of their sister He left on the first train for home. al last.teachers Tuesday, were the following appointed addition for the 11X12( (sent lu by comptroller) and that Chinese AND Japanese T 'rho' ::Ehotog'rapher: : W .

''e> x ) Miss. Jones. Jacksonville. His. host of Palatka friends express eiiHiihig school year: was sixty-seven. thousand dollars. J

( ikF 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mann and child' the livliest sympathy for him in tin WHITK:Pdlatka, 2d as s i Is ta.n t. short when things of lust work year's this amount.. way the Now total, lit r. Has opened at the stand! recently occupied by W. O. 0. liranulug, $
Miss Alldn.. M. Gardner Palatka, 2igrade iNo. Gill Lemon Street. *
grief. ;
.b of Tucson. Arizona, were in the city great has del-rented instead of Increasing, Wme
Miss Allle
f p.S.a- -- Granger; Perilel the remains. the and Battings Everytjiin in the Photographic Line. Views a Specialty
last mlllnge same, ?g
; : gt } Friday aim Saturday, guests of M. C. Watkins and Miss Cornelia .
,
4 Wants
to Open u Saloon of with all those who I
course, registered Naaaaaaaaaaaa Iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaa4paaaaaaaeeA.
1 Mr. and Mrs. K F. Adams. Kirby; Sun' \ Mateo, Miss Lizzie Wll
: '* Mrs.Jenny Falkproprietress. of the Hams. ; Welaka< ., Miss Mamie Morri their prolerty, necessarily I In choice designs at low prices. Also
Mrs. Thos. Duane and more, case
daughters )pay every
hotel is son Crescent City, Hom..r'VakelIelll
.j Misses( Lollle Lucas and Katie Duane Arlington having a petition ; and Miss\ Ellen Green ; Fruit- the amount of property' was increas Urge stock of E. WILSON GEO. E. WELCH. T. D. MERRILL
circulated in the second
ward for the '
Ea of Fernandlna, are in the dryon land, Mrs Addle V.Angler; Federal. ed.My ESIDKNT. VICE PRESIDENT. CASHIER.
purpose of getting permit to friend Prior told you in a recent NEW FURNITURE
open Dfiss Sarah Bard Oak
Point Grove
,
s short visit to relatives. ; THE
a article that the "rack the
Pf
was Putnam National
a saloon in that ward. !Miss Fay lingers H8.intant; Bardln, Bank
Just received. "prices.
Popular
law and I'lllldd that the makers. of
? 'i k Miss Bessie Palmer, a charming There never has been a saloon inward C1'. Price; Grandint Miss H ttte ,
lady from Is. in Green; "Harlem, Mies Ella M in ton ; said "rack" are our legislators\ ; and Of Pala tka
young Jacksonville 2, and for that reason the sane the people and sub otncluls have to .
Roseola J T. Rivers S. MOONEY
"x'- the city this. week, the guest of tion of a majority. of the free holders Miss Ida, Payne; McMeekln; Ochwllla, Miss 'dnnce up to tills rack (Instructions R. We solicit the accounts of the poople throughout Putnam County, and tender all

w Misses(. Cora and Fay Mooney. will have to be obtained before one LIIIioJohnson; Ktoniah, Miss\ Annie Issued. ) fodder or no fodder" and In Pulatku, Via. the courtesies and acooimno,lotions consistent with good Banklog.I' .

Miss Lucy Couver left Sunclny can be opened now. It Is not.likely llollowiiy; Keuka, Miss Mary this particular', It .seems to be a case
of no "fodder. Figure\ li.Si mills on
't morning; for Tlfton, Ga., at which that the citizens of the ward will O'Hnver; Holllstor, Z. Brantley; $7,11410< (> and .you have the loss j I'U. i
i Bontwlek, Misc !Mary Hancock; Rice Undertaking and d Embalming
Ott ( place she. will spend quite awhile give their sanction. to the project. Creek Miss Llllle Leyvraz; Johnson of the county, then add < i nit'E. Lean BAII.KV. CHAS M. HU.I.IAHD r We Deserve Yonr Confidence

visiting her sister, Mrs. Rogers. There seems to be u feeling that we Miss Lula Vause. ; Huntluarton, more and then you have tli1. .ed to-
V Miss. L.I11I Walker Denver both the county and state! ,,_ ; in matters pertaining to and
Miss n.i drugs
f" already have all the saloons necessary ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Onilnger;! ac ;Mercedes Keown; Bannervllle, J. M. figure the same on lands cut for t Kui G G. wpm AIUY & CO. I
to enable us to give\ a practical Strickland : Interlachen. JosephHtnck'i and you have quite a loss. Alnchua Livingston'sBakery medicine, because we have madeit

1 benefits. }Florahome R. J: Hancook. county's Ionfor. lands. in this way .
1h lllustTolt-1c :II, A.C. Buddemeler, and Bliss; nus about tl60OIMI< and the cut In Fire i Insurance: I a point to buy only the best.

J IHt. Ada Johnson. Pomona Miss Ada railroad assessment about .18.om.
auper ; Increasedhelrs American and We do not belieVe In substitution.Rest .
Miller; Red Water. Miss\ Ida Vauae; So, while the people have Leading Foreign
visit of several weeks with relatives At the August meeting of the Spring\ Hide, Miss Kosa Green; Itndnmn : the railroads have decreased assured any prescription that
board of commissioners last heirs. These figures are given that quooee.ur to II. .
Thulgott
t county Miss\ Ethel Smith; CellAr ( ) Companies.
and friends InElder
thisle city, left last Sunday
f'' Tuesday. it was decided that all county Creek U. J. North ; Shoo Miss Cor-' he people may know why the same is filled by us is prepared from the
for her home in Savannah, Oa. high taxes are against' them and inny Prides itself that it m aesa
ale Koger Conio Miss Nettle Hob-
the list ; Accident Insurance
F'1"h paupers now on receiving : freshest and' it is
lot be disappointed when the time purest drugs pos
in the fort .Satmimiiir Hiss Claudia
Percy city from cash monthly benefits must ; Orean sTeratuB ; better bread than any
appear conies to same.
Jacksonville, taking temporary before the board at the next regular ton, WUs, M.Zella M. Htriikland Jain: ; Putnam: Yelvin Hull\'- These new pay tnxtructlona, while they of its competitors.That's The Travelers of Hartford. sible to buy.REX .

L'r1y charge of the City drug store during meeting, Tuesday September 2d, Miss Harriet Stinnpe; Ft. Brooke, nny.be all right, they simply ",'orkhardllhll's
the absence of manager Haiighton Miss Inea Rountree on some. Our collector it Life Insurance:'
and show cause why their names ) ; Orange Mills, Why Asks Your Trade
.
1 "ins instructions to put into his error
: at Seabreeze. Bates Norwalk Miss
Daisy ; Margaret
uS should not be stricken from the list. submitted
lliird. sheet (which Is to to The Old Reliable "Gerraania PLASTER
r qlr +'i The track of the Palatka and It l is presumed that all paupers not COIoRI1D-Palatk.: E. H. Flipper I he county commissioners this. week) Light BreadWholesome

Heights Street Railway, on Fourth able to attend the meeting In person M. I). Holmvs. W.DeWees, <.1. L. all those lands. stricken t from the tax Life" of New York. IIng of An Plasters
street Mathews L. K.: M. M.Drake role, and same is charged up against
was given an overhauling may make the usual showing by legal Taylor
.
t3'r ne!, the present assessor, when in doIng BreadOur
i ford ; Palmetto, J. L. Smith: Clayton ; -
the first of this week when L
part new Marine Insurance
petition.The E. T. Holmes; Baywood' H. K. so it takes In the work of my predecessors :
ties were put In to replace the old law directs us fur buck as 18HO, and
the McLood
county commissioners
Gordon Po- Put it
af B. B.
; Chapel on back it
r pies are as "good as your : ; put on
f Pv t(% J ones to revise the pauper list sey; Sao Mateo, J. W. Holley; Federal causes me.topay now A'what WAKn'tdon9 The Leadimg Companies
Point L. A. ArtHon; Pomona then, and not only thin but it mother made. And ifyou'll your chest ; put it anywhere you
Mr. and Mrs.\ R. 0. Neck the
are every year.
M. E. Browning Verdlel Point J. nakea the error sheet appear large cake AU Claims Promptly have ache and
= ; an
see or a pain
-- ---- --- our you'llsay you
i C" proud parents of a bouncing baby H. Burroughs Hatsiunn, K. H. Wll1 when told there are lee double
1 boy, the stork having visited their Cliniivo' fur a Uooit Hoy. 1 In mi; Crescent; City, D. J. Daniels assessments noun "we'll take the cake." Settled. will be surprised at the result

Fl i'' home last Monday morning. Congratulation Dr. E. S. Crill has, as. state Sena- and Rosalie Holley. chargable against me Is not so hurr- Offloe, 28 Front St.? FALATKA. FLA.
lug, but It Is the enormously large -- -
It Is. understood that schools that City Drug, 5tore.
pd and treats are now in tor from this county, received notice sheet ow whelp
order. from Uen. E. 1\(, Law so desire may commence "September' 320 Lemon Street.
? superintendent let. and that others must. begin not not all mine.
t.. Miss Lousla Moragne of Palatka Is. of the South Florida Military later than October 1st. For lack of This Is written to let all know whatto
Institute at Hartow of funds. It Is that the school expect and to know why matters
visiting friends. here. Miss Mo a vacancy In probable Everything
as pertains to taxation didn't workas
will be cut to five months. The
ragne is. a noted vocalist, and willing the state cadetship from Putnam year board Is already In debt over taIMMI), > I expected and stated. FOR SALE.
; c The Holy City in the Trinity county. This vacancy will be filled aid has been running behind each U. KUtjr.r.ARD. Chat i Is Good to Eat SupposeYou

R Methodist. choir at the Sunday Morning by the appointment of a commission yearsinee the big freeze.. Palms, Ferns, JapaneseFernballs.
'' ..II by the senator and representatives .. .. Can be purchased at the grocery of
w. service.-Tallahassee Cor. T. U. -- .
,,. A Citizen. who will hold a competitive examlna SimmsWells.Married IS YELLOW POISONIn J. R. CONE & SON. TelephoneNo.

tion. your blood? Physicians callit A fine collection of Geraniums
r J. N. Walton has returned from All applicants must be able to read at the residence of the nalarlal Oerm. It can be seen Newest, Freshest and Best line of goods

;{ Summer Haven after a six weeks va- fluently and correctly and to write a brlda's mother, Mrs. R. Wells, on changing red blood yellow under and Coleus, la the city at prices. that will be andsee

riM' ; l ttion mostly. spent In fishing and in fair and legible hand. The grading; Oak street, last Thursday July 81st microscope." It works day and With many other desirable varieties sure to please you. 84
will ba the
listening; to what the wild waves Arithmetic on, English: following grammar subjects, geography \ -: i at 8 .>. m., Miss Katie Viola Wells to night. First yellow.It turns Chilly your, aching complexion of plants at the A trial order will convince you that

o qq were saying to the mosquitoes. He and United States. history.. 'John, Klinrns, Rev. Douglas Mat sensation creep down your Palatka this Is the place to get your How Quick we can deliver jour

a has. again gotten down to vulgar bus Looks like a tine opportunity for thews of the Episcopal church per- backbone. You feel weak and Greenhouse, money's worth. order for Groceries. BeaU tramiilntf In

} iness. some good boyrFavor ... forming the ecremcny. worthless. Flower pots for sale also. Phono No. 87. 417 Lemon St. the! hot sun/! all hollow.

h p,: A E. Noble Calhoun wan In the city 91 r.-Hosiers. e' The wedding march was. renderedon ROBERTS' CHILL TONICwill Near Union Depot. Come and see. We make a specialty

i for a brief business visit on Tuesday. the piano by Mrs. Loretta Bend, stop the trouble mow It By Mrs. C. B. Ho=ston.
Before the first ;,primary a'card appeared nd the bridal party entered the parlor -
the blood
enters at once and Fine Butter.
1rt' He Is but
slowly surely nending
In the papers recommending headed by the groom and best drives out the
from his recent several attacks of }). F. Baker for. county commissioner nan, Chas. C. Smith, followed\ by at- If aeglel ted and yellow when poison. The Brown
Chills Brick
+ { fever, and hopes In a short time to from district No. 6. Mr. Baker Is In tend LOt" Mr. K. Causey and Miss l=ever.. Nlaht-Sweats and a general Racket Store. Co. 'Alnt much money In It, to basurs, but

return from the beach and resume fact a clever buy. I think It Justice jUzle, Dunn and the bride and her break'dowa come later on. we wouldn't handle the "frowej" kind! "!
to say something for bis only oppo- brother. Mr.Eugene Wells, who gave Roberts' Tonic will We have received and S10
cure lose
.
hl law practlo. her you a beautiful our reputation for an even
nant T. J. For
now, Rogers. certain away. then-but why wait? Prevent MAKE THELar.gcst
reasons the writer pitted After the ceremony delicious. ro- llot Ladles' per pound.
The News congratulates Its readers future alckne. The manufaoturera Keady-MaJe
In the first and ha received reshmento were served to about 20
primary, : HardestAND and l
4 that the era of political discussion. Is know all about this yellow Skirts Yqu can Slit anything la Groceries
the highest vote then, and accordingto Invite' guests. and have ; to be sold at a Big Bargain .
,.' + ,K M over, for the present, with this issue, Holl or golden rule.he should now They were the recipients of many Roberts'poison Tonic to drive perfected It out, Provision that!. BEST at rock bottom

"a and that next week common sense be nominated for the pl ce. Mr. ireson t tll. nourish your system, restoreeppetlte price and if you'wish one, I Best Fire prices of
Roger..* Is a sturdy man, of firm bus The young couple have many Brlclz:
and will the down
the of blood
arts peace resume moss free from friends bent. who wish them an purify prevent come and see them.
un-
qualifications political
away In a land which has been sorely and In the interrupted, long and happy wedded and cure ChUI,. Fever and MADE IN FLORIDA.
acid, no |Iman county M- rla. It baa cured thout- The prices are short the skirts L. C. Stephens.
STOCK ALWAYS
racked by the bark of the politician.This would more Intelligently guard her lIIe.Mr. anda It will cure or your ON HAND
Issue has more than Its regular Interest Ha I is not of the penny and Mrs. SImms left Friday( money beck. This you U fair. Try are at Tllghman., Mill.

allowance of politics, but from now wine and pound foolish kind, but noou for Palm Beach, Miami/ and It. Price, 29 cant. Forsale by long.Youra for and aes
For Ifyouhaven'ia'pbonecome
looks forwards better result an d U other points on the east coast for a bargains, price call on or address, '
( oil the space devoted to that subject Just tile man for the place. short honeymoon, and upon their Ackenaao A Stewart. J. T. BOND. ".11. O. U.\.UU. us at the ouroerof" Kirby and Morris 81a.I .

will be reduced to a minimum. WrTS PoTaix. return will reside In East l'aIatka. TUghman'. I We deliver good to'any part of tt'
I M1H{, P Utka. Fla. .
Y ;J: 'city free.


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