The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00040
 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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NE'SV bh.iUI VOL, X, NO. 40. '
OCTOBEH 9, 1902. :n. Per Year

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4 A. B. KIRSCHBAUM &, CO'S.Hand I look A quint pliiuu but yiiHlerduy very !prelly iifLuriuHin I wcthlliiK. ill It. H. Jiauiutl" maul Iiouti.e, of J. ]Phi.lpu" ,'>rt. Morgan. has ordered $ OUT OF THE $

s o'clock lit the i'<>Hl
S. 1':. Hi>iul, oil Fin h Klicfithfi been appointed' piuiLorat. J IIKI"'I' ho will I distribute\ among the i ORDINARY. !

ftladeCLOTHING Dr. V U. alliani, of l'u lltn/ (loidiami A now bank with $2>>,(MIO) capital poor of New Ytrk.

Minn Lolllo Inous, a populniyotiii" hag been organised at "'I.. Peter Sir Thomas Llplon him Hlgned Ills' .

(; lncly of this city Word jolnntin burg. John Trice of Tampa IB pruHident. third, challenge for time American : Unit SKIRTS Too HiaiiWhen
READY I IIIl1lrlll1 Catholic lurch, oMIulaliHl. Only Adjutant General Footer wants the yneht for the purp'iHo. Palrolmtt.il Prosser of Clev .
to the relatiVes and Intnnute l'lendM of state land 0., a..w RosIn. Keller *'
to provide permanent miuiimpinttnt Robert 1\[. fjnydur, wealthy\ St. I Ityelr-ol
WEAR ( ho oonl.muting; p"rlIAH were prenenf grounds. for the Florida. state Louis bushiPHH man, !has been convlctud displaying a ankl"Bln10llvnrIItrHet "
The house WHH beautifully( decorated troops. of bribery anil. nentenced. to yesterday \ IrreAt.I
\\lili cue' lluwera and put plains. the five In the her. On the police blotter, after
The BomliiolH hotel penitentlary.The
at Wlntl'l'I'I..kwill yeai'H
parlor, hcliiir lu !pink and green( nui < her l..me. In. tile charge, : '
fhc be rebuilt
EquaFs Besf Custom T8orn; upon a much larger thirty-sixth annual encampment her skirts on Bolivar
the hull ami
In rod
i Bluing; room roses scale than the one recently destroyed of the Grand Ainiy of the lie 1.1111
nnd 1 remit.
by lire.Itey. ;public, IH In session Washington. The girl was very tnnrfnl when
Th.. entered. Iho
couple parlor nut
$.. -.-.. --- Htond. III tAte\ lav \Imlow under fill i ilinineiiHO Thomns l)l.\on, author of the Tlio niuuial. pnrnde of veterans oc- arrested and Insisted Hint. she merely
weildlii" bull. Tho now aerial novel little Xmopnrd'H (ILl rruai yesterday.' wished to BHVB her skirts from dragging -

We want you to come in and look at our new fall lines. inarch WIIH played. ; by Mrs.'wedding Jtolui. !Hunts," l..otur"dlllHt week 111 Ouhlos- Thieves nnd porch climbers. are so in a pool of water. The ofllwr
v lie and Tampa. numerous. In Minneapolis that the was, positive that she overMtluiatecl
suit The brldn aftlrud l lu
I Every and overcoat is a model nobby tailoring artistically was becomingly\
The chief of bus warned the the depth of time water.SwnABSTOHlllJANDKIlAKOKTITNR.
II white Milk mull .and real VIII. lace congregation of Trinity M. B police pubHo -
made from the swell fabrics. And the best thing ovi-r whlto. t.II.f"1Mlllt.. "Hhe wore u church Jackson vllle, will build 11uuw ( (hat his force was entirely inadeqnate -

OOFVRIOHT' (Mfl .. about this hand made clothing is that you don't have to white I bert y HHlla Haxh and carried. house of worship at. the corner to cope wit h them. -
AlL KRICVuMoO.. ,a 1)01111]uct ol'brldu H rosuH and iiuikltm of Monroe and Laura street to cost Tho Newport Nows Shipbuilding\ .:. A. Robliwon. c"lebrlt"1 his coinIng '.,
pay exclusive tailor prices for it-on the contrary, you get hair forn." Thn xruuin wax nttlreil. IicoiivenHoiinl fIll,0110. Company IM tile lowest hlddnr. for of age 'and, II'c"nHlnll to flr MIIKk)

finely fitted suits of the utmost elegance and style and individuality for less black continue. After :The people Cutler Iiavegone Into building i time nmv bnttleshlp I Louisiana under' the will of his father, the rut-

the ccruiiiony r..l'rl'nhIlUH1la wen the alligator pear bunlixtsH.. It IH which It promises, to complete moils man milliner, Peter Kobinsou,
than half what the tailor would charge you. """I'v"d1'1.1'1' which I ho bride chllnj 'said that Home varlelinH of I Ills fruit In 41 months:! for UUHI.IXHI.: ) ) by entertaining I IK) guests at banquet -

..d her bridal robes for a travel in i sells an high; as one dollar I a duneii on The funeral of 1<:III lie Zola'1hA celebrated 11 Trocadoro restaurant. It
5' urown of fawn colonI Venetian. cloth. the trees. French novelist occurred 01Huilday cOst .'rtIHH/ and the guests Included

trimmed In brown ftatin with hat and J. '1'. lllnton of Tltusvllle fell ovei I I In 1'aris. Thoimands. at- not hi* particular frlendx but
gloves to tlltttull. the tende f nnd iiinrchod, tile (lie tradesmen who obligingly gave
bannister to
leading I lo Ills:! room' < grave
Mens' F''ine I Shoes The happy couple left on the after over Donley'g saloon and mcejved; In Among the people w is Captain Dryfus. him unlimited credit dining his mi-
'loon train for JackHouville thence juries from whlcli ha inturwards nority. Young H.blinoll'o C.re..rwil
1.11 Allanlil for two wttekH' visit b.. awaited pathetic. Illter-
u to
died. Ha bILl boon : wih
drinking. "Oenernl" Boot, J1 >lId and from
.ho Uoorvria uliite Talr. On their .. ., ns he \ will spend his
Is another leading feature of our fall f Jacksonville Is to have live Nnl 'of the 8'I"lIlIulIU'my, bus arrivet
fortune I In
urn tlioy will stop over for !" fe\\ 18: inoum this. This from
III Paint! kit and postal stations the subiirliH of \thin t from England on nn ovangt hc.alcnmpalgn. I London.
iliy Orlando andII..n !
exposition. Host people who pay city and :Senator' Talllaleiro, stock. lilt til I Ind. the :New York '
I > to Pllntl (JoI'dll where
n< the hits raised several points by reason. iicmlnmy of miiHlo three times last PoKT otA MoHGUE U
any attention to dress know all about ,E. \\'Illllluk. their furure home. of his work In Hecuiluir the COIICOHslon. Sunday.Win., ilmHY of the
Many h""I1t1rlll'.lId' costly w"ddlllllp'oH..nt" ( Ole queerest- French authors.
were rHi-"lvnd.Dr. 1. It. Hearst of tho New York f'lovls Pierre, died last week.
Hanan & Son's Shoos. / and.. !Mr. J.atliain 'have thn b'HwinliPH The little BOH of Mia FlorenvnHul Journal I and Ann'rlenn'' nnd n candidate I- lie Walt H r oet whoHe talents. would

of a largo, circle of frlondH iii, ley u. widow of MI nil tola had Ills for C'ongreHs" from Now York have received recognition doubtless,
1'alalka. for a long life of milliterruptod Im nds.. blown all ti> pleees last' week dftclnres favor of governmnnt own- even if the, contraMt between his. vocation -
Everything men wear can ImpplnfHM. by tlio explonlo i of II dynamite' cap ei'Hhipof,I, CI'I'IIIIII1'lIhllc i utilities t I I I Including and his avocation liad not ,

--_._ which he wan trying to pick open coal. mines.Ciipt. tickled the fancy of the Parisians.

Comity ConiiiilHHl be had atFearnside driving Into Ocalll last Fri of U. S. troop in the Island of Mindanao the tnorgueof which he was registrar.
Tho. niKolInK' I of the county cominlHHloimrH day with her father, Miss Lynne has completely! routed the He was a merry soul who found
thin week wits a three Mathews was thrown from the Morns. killing and wounding over, mont of his inspiration II the corpses :1
day tension- owhiff' to the large by the HUddon fright of (the, buggy horse hundred. .1 mid capturing 4O forts. In his cute .UoI to describe,
& Company's. amount( of business on. hand l of a I'he lady's collar bone wag broken This after. the war Is over. himself iw the uianngir' of a big hotel
once a y klOWI
by the fall. The national fnrmerH congress IH 'In
Hi-SMloiiH of Monday Rod 1'U..R-. quiet place rest for travelers from
Not will session lit Mauon\ (III. Time cleleirates -
lily were tiiken up with a revision of only nearly every. county ail countritiH.
'In Florida be reureueuted ,at I tile Kn.li.. were welcomed by llovernorUandler
tilt I'eirlHlriitltni' books mul In A nnm.parUon Some of his and
but have ; who Is. something of a farmer songs lv..ly.
and approval of; 11boo'kH exhibits been entered from; ..
vastly popular at the cnfe 4
NO I ICE.SU.iiiiijVkliiiii's.nnii : and of the twelve other stales and I two foreign' himself though he hasn't been
/ fouling! county tax BHueHHor. -
". countries, both of the latter coming working at It very extensively of lateyearn. ToiiKPO YoUNUHTKBS" WILD RIDE

j 1 1SUSTAIN p Wednesday the biiHlneBB wan of direct to our Fair. THHOUOH UIOUDH
ComflhIlIOl1flrI nt p"ln"m NftIflu I
O..tAb'r. II, lUll:, In /a routine the most Twentv-flve steamers, have It..pnchMler.1 Paul and Knabensliue the
% ...t A 11I0..1n" nil "Ud..v., ITO I nature Important K. (1. Walker a Pennsylvanian, Uoy ,
"I"'II NOMMIOJI IWO' ','oIoll Ha '...I.'roo..' II.! Hi 0""loll II i IIf which WIIH the Krantlng. of a frn.iiuhlnn Is the moving spirit In building ; to bring; coal from Kntr\ young sons of 8. S. Itnahenshue one
432K'' LaWS ..I 1"1..111, Ill oXlllflhll4' n l.! One hundred thousand. tons
3a.CIator' _____ throiiKh the to boutliHII'I ain< of the .. of the Toledo Blade
;, .,'".."" 11I4 "t 1'11.00.. I county new 1I1I001"l'ge sirup 111111 at. Uihindo. IIf coal has been thoS'tnveastlo
Vir'uii i'iliii-cfroin thb ...1. Dell Telephone Co. for a lonffdwtance : for the purpose of In..klng.1I'up. from I purchaned on 1'11 a big balloon, or,
,liwIii, nahuina." telephone Hue the exchange for America rather It with ami
; fixing the new JapaneseHugar ran away them ,
cane u cane
'1,,!,! 1I"r.1| " mil of the
of wild rIde
in n Mnlary after the clouds
which a through
OiUilinr, I l. "ild. "tiu". m., t., lu'..r nnuh |I"'iwBHwiawnam i- grows on high land. of coal' for America amount to :iili ).- ,
.,, nny have boon wninittiillyirirninmiiiMy ( /cKlHtratlon, Henlx Pntermnn, at I[ they landed In safety
ornxiil. suit, ,I mrlukm' ff>m I Ilia iarKi liiHtead of (U75 as formerly ; The CoiiHolldated( Naval Stores tIlt) tons. The youngsters\ went for a walk
lint' ..,lI upon' MitimnulUtu to the IJoaul. will' ilianni tho regular meeting :November Company with ,;JOIKIOtNJ> ( capital has, Tho election managers of Colorado, and visited the fair grounds whore a

restore such ,nuiiiut next to \vi-i-k Inter ou ac- been oigani/.eil at .Jacksonville, auld i are having. dituculty in reconciling big captive balloon is one of the at
DISTKIOT NO. 1.Alton. Our well.known reputation fOI' close! prices anti uonnl', of the Htate election : appoint that city instead of Savannah: will their Australian ballot law with female tractions.The .
Anicm Jttkaliunoit .. .1 V ..d olerkH( mul Inspectors of election be the headquarters. for Florida naval HII IfrnAe.: The law states that boys discussed the matter

Iy o A WIllilll'l T U..ry, \.hi,VIIKINimby *. I.| D at the same time impress upon the minds of the ( which will be puull hcd next week) ; stores in future. Big thing. voting\ booths, must be so constructed bl'lafy. then cut the guy ropes and

llitiliy Huimu'l llullliol$ D J the 'Iculiled hnreittrer that, the county Mayor McKay of Tainpn In still ILK to necessitate the voters standintr Into the basket. Employes
('oli. 'iimn Hitury Ditv: KdwiinlitlUlw: Indies of Pnhitkn and Putnam County vould only pay for Iwo I ItneHKKH. 'hiach aclng ind betting money on his bobtailed with their legs exposed fiom the ran toward the scene to stop them

'! I ,Ion' l k i.llownrU levied 5U per cent on all state HuenH rf IlItH lost every roan In which his. It :now seems that the United It shot upwind rapidly for
llonry:::: TltnMII ; FiniikM Superior Qualityof for county purpoHpB; appointed II'' horns IIIIM titus far purliclpateil) States owns some earth quaking miles into 11 atmosphere that
.., linm JlltiH
ISO > >li
.11,11 uiKburry 110(111 ..MarutiHL Lewis Janus II nil""" c'ommlLtee. coiiHintlng of jot lilniHelf under the bun of I ho property. The collier! Austin just nearly fru/.e boys were

untA" Mtihnitl. li 11..I..h..l'mlll'1I1I..u'.1 of Dress ('ommiHHliinfrH FcnniKkl": Jurklim I ireiwhers and goo-goon of the city.M. arrived In Manila Ironi Uiiam reports lightly dressed. Suddenly the balloon
l iHJIItllMiKliitrMon l llM.ourl AlbuitM our Fall and Winter purchases mil' Values to examine:; : and audit I nil:I a violent earthquake lu that began to drop an alarming
., Jim i 111*SB| |,I.UII.Mi illln the and left the S. Booth of Ybor City Tampa, Island. had the
"MlMillion' K; UHI .I.on.I '.V L flaterials and Dress Trimmings is the oneJflh1)OFtttflt atfalimt. county caHhler. of the l on Hept.: :22d. One hundred rapidity Roy pulled
,.Lixul. I lion PhfiM| .nt \\ 1 nntrer. of printing the forthcoming express company, is and eighty shocks were felt lu 24 escape. valve and the big bag sank
l'lll nR'II"ol' l lKiilmiKOii """.... AIDnrtHl busiutws of our life just now. lection. ticket, to Chairman Kearu- chaiged with being short in his acuouiiis hours., two natives were killed and like a shot UIII It was within BOO)
M w ,.H-U III. ,Mill side and C'lprk,' Price.Iitite |IXX>. Booth says lie is the tho marine barrlcks at Agaiia col- lent of the oll.th. Roy then orderedPaul

Hlul. .r ..Mimuter'riiiilbcl ,'InHiiliniiuii i4iymuiri.Hiullli. VliiiiiljiiH"J .W Convinced that we have goods of really superior OIled nesday afternoon the victim of dirty work and while henig lapsed. The population was terror to throw over everything possl-

F XVMnikvr U <..to.t!, ,, Wmniliuiri OIllIl1IRHIOIH'I'' went ill a body to the put up the caslr to make the ,ised: and camped out ,doors.Tiie ole, and sot the example by canting
W,.. Jiriy excellence as to design and fabric, it will (nullity Jail to examine that liIstituI iniount good, 1, propones to stand by coal and President otf Ills own clothing. The. remaining
VullllUhltHw.,11 AnnulVlllluuiaUO'. iniuniM, 000 iviorWililiimn IV I ion. lliu Jail was found to be full of .and "11 nil out who titus been "doing, Mitchell of the striking miners, with sand was tossed out and the balloon

Wililoi i linn be our purpose) to make the fact thoroughly understood I irlKonors, I the total number being 4(1Hie ( lim. two other representatives of tlio miners slowed up. It sank and stuck a

IH 'I'RICT No.2. the l ladies. Hheritt'H bill for feed of priiiouers llenr-Admlral James 1<:. Jouett, met the president< by appointment Lr..... The anchor caught. the balloon -
Anupr* B Morton HIiHjkiT John by fur the past month was audited and U. H. N. retired, whose home is. atrhmdo at the Whlto House lust Fri tipped slowly over I and the two

1,1, toil .loelantiT ninilt: Daniel.. "dered paid to the amount of $::1&1. I) tiled at his. former 'home, day. The president urged in the interests boys jumped out.

(emit. ItiH 1),, M D JohiiHon. !N Pull W JWu XliirrlHh Ou.:!: Du.si.c..ess Chaii I man Feamslile exacts hard Sandy Springs Md., hist. week. Admiral of humanity, that an ttgreiinent }- FAITHFUL UNTO DBATH
"onlkvr' llnnry .koi.thus W work from the board. During Mon- Jouett had gone thorn on ti visit be reached between the bellg-
lay and Tnenday the sessions were With. the deatli of Miss Eliza Anntartnidge
YouiiK\ Uoljult WHit taken ill two weeks ago and the erunt partloH. The coal operators
Has: maintained a steady upward march all vigil( hours each. On \VodlleHdIlJ'th. of New York there :
niMTKIOT: NO. iff Irst the family knew of Ills: fatal/ 111tess were bitterly severe lu their denunciation ."I..d"
1).v"(loll lit I Iou..... R Dllllinl the dull times. We have commenced to .. board got at It at H: I a. m. and WItS the telegram Hiiiiouncliig' of the miners union, and met romance which dated back half a I
,, ,'. lA Ithmluil John W through voikcd, until afternoon be/ore 30111lltttlllg lila death. the overtures of tho president audMr. century and Involved persons well
'luibir U ,, Ittt bllslllBBH. ; Mitchell In II surly manner. Known in this city. Miss Partridge
leap 110 w. Fernandlna' fools proud becaimeCilward in Pomiret Juno., In 1814.
DISTRICT NO. 4. President John Mitchell, oil the was bOI'1 ,
Ill Imp I E lli-ouil, rhiiH L. Our first pu-rpolo:! is to drive the Catalogue buai- Samuel A."Hwann"tjwann of New York, son or other hand 1, ottered to submit the When 10 years old Miss PllrtrldgelIale
Olliliilat, 0 I II Henrulil.. L A CARD. a prominent busl- questions at Issue to the president. of to this city aud soon fell lu love

KouttrllA. ,'In W J 1.0IIU IVi,'ry AllKUStMuri ."" .'. news out of Pulatkn. In order to do this we. niadepure1ia..es less loinlnated: man of by Fernaudina.,the democratg luui or been the the United. Htates. and a tribunal ol with Henry Hall Ward.and The. attachment
mutual they
lIved. M L Hi'oU iTiuikV this fall of line of ; 'enth congreMslonal' district of New his selection, agreeing for the was b
imam Uoritna I' 'Illlunm W I VWilKhtWm a Ill heaithforces me to strikers to abide by the decision olIhe came engaged. I'he family ou .
wit tisiiP UolM'it York for congress. This was the This sides., however objected) to a mar.niutge .
retire from business. In 1 president. overture was
DIH'l'KICT NO. B.IX Tine Dress materialsSuch strict I( HO long and Honhly repreented spurned by the presidents of the and they weie never wedded.
by the late Amos J, Cuin-
I wish to thank In the
,onJ llarrlmm J W so coal railroads oath mine operators. Botn persisted maintaining
llnrrlHon n W Moore L A1'otli.rUV nlngs.Teddle who denounced, the. miners union ungdgument, uievuiiLliuiiesii, and
Unirlmiii J T as has never before been placed on the my friends and the public They saw eaoli
'1"'OIl'h"un RD ilioiinui 'ItmipklitHMlm Massey a 14-year/ old girl of and wanted it suppressed by injunction neither married
> >nR U shelves:! of a Palatka store. generally for their liberal 'atnpa' was last weok entlCHd away as a labor trust.CHAMDKUbAIN'B other daily. walked and drove together

DISTRICT NO. -0. in the past and from her home by a young Cuban, -_..._- and lived almost as much for
Slowiml D BC WatMonAJ Ladies who have seen our stock have marveledat Hon of prominent cigar, manufao- COI'UII' It KM: ED V SAVED one another as II tlrey had been man
especially for the trade I hirer, under promise of marriage. HIS BOY'S LtFO. aud wile up to the jute of Ward's
I>18T IC'T NO. 7. Have it ? If not
its seen
completeness. you He took her to a house on' the reservation death In 18X4.:
riminnlri, A L DobyMlllnm am havingduringmyclosing "1 believe saved my (nine year. old) He had made his home with liummmotier
:: : : where he kept her several
Fiuiiil.ra Wm IX Orllflit., AU make it to call.
a point boy' life this winter with Ublwb".I"lo'liCough The
out 21 Bond street.
you .
linn Knrm'itlllillli'H: Oonlon Mnni'SJolmunn suppose lays and until found by the polioo. at hOWe
U Mil P Will I have bargainsyet 'I'liH father of the girl baa not. yet Homixly says A. M. lioppe.Itlo contained many valuable paintings
Jolll'tt JllOkMllllJom Jonim U W V many killed the villain.A Creek Wls. hUe w".o choked ui> and the cellar was stooned wltl 4
..t Liiiliur. M .'"h".u"VOl with that he coultl Dot I
Leo Jacobson to offer--call and see croup speak. wines of great age, and value.
I IvlMKHiim oliaa.Mi Muller 1 r.
'lloimld. U II 1-owi-ll\ \ daughter of J. U. Markhour of gave it to him freoly until he vomited house, together with two others ill
Hiilnrion. WUI UiroDloA, for yourself. log Pond in the western part of ..otlln a shicrt time he was all rIght." the same street lie left by will as alife
'I I Minna' N U wlI",,,, III Parties having bills Marlon county killed llnrself. and This remedy Is fur sale by Ackerman & trust, Miss Partridge. He bequeathed
'VII".o.l.u"' '. W"a"llIg"1I 0 W. The Palatka Bargain Store hild last ,,;ulldll Him gave the Stewart druggists. II t her outright the

DtMTHICT NO. U.Alliirt against me will please child a phial I titled)I with a liquid -a-- t of his ,1 per. 4

P J Murroll JimopbrtnnBJ present them for pay- which she told it to drink which It Heiilisiu. '1'liut Thrills. 1)llntlllgan011Uch,
> How Albert lid. Bhe then drank of the
some In one of her latest stories Mrs. Miss Partridge always regardedthat
lil.II.I..lultn Kuililli'i (I1)IIITIUCT ment.Friends
0. a owing me IIluld. and before help reached them Mary {oVilkln.: ..- 'reem'''' makes house as sacred place. She
NO. doubt thin child was dead and the woman herself but an
money no appreciate two of her characters convene as never lived in it ,
Arms AbnHuitbv Buncli F Allyuiim -- unconscious and she tiled\ 1
w n Mlllnr. FennAM.itrailly < very follows and his wife caretakers
Mnoily : old
K T P negro
Henry the fact that I would 1
I)...1.. .MoLarty O A S"11", OWhllluok IINMuCnllllm !Mooily shortly afterward. is hob. to them see that each
lliiiiimn Da'ia Itlfhiuil Hnnnnr 1 1 W I:: :: aflnm., oD'w .lt too sew today, remarked Instructing t
Morion' Unit H ;MoLunff K LItoiueriii 0 A Jiihllllkln A HHiullli Mm l'rlu It W like to have all outstandIng The body of Charles Vails was Sarah 1>l1l1n. room was dusted dally and to keep

V Illlaiini:; 'U Howard WVIlHlL -- HbnrnHHWixnU:I Mlu DIHTillCT, ffO. 15Alfnnl \\ .,"ll J H BinihuncarDI8THICT accounts closed as oiind In tha St. Johns river at Jackloiivllla Yes it is," assented her cousin. everything much as possible lu

W C B Aii'lnrnon 3 P : NO. 21. Monti...!. lie wan a member "I thought I wouldn't bake biscuitfor the shape, whlcllt hau been left

DIMTKICT NO. 10. lialrAB. Iloliuji-rOJ nvoinA.aoniwmil nhmt.r It Doyle. I D soon as possible, and will of the Tampa olgarmakers. supper long as It was so dreadful ,sibe, visited almost daily

Fnliih Charier Jnnlon. B JMniiu Ohm roe B II 11'B .)Oranlxirry. E: hurt W H Million. BimJ assist me all they can in union, and had been In the "Mt. Aufuatine hob." for twenty years, and more, re
Julius Monru. Nelson Ii l I II Iiuuil.ter.i.iiuii' / Million' ItolitNulMill Alnnniir. W DMuUniniy Hospital for hemorrhage of "I was hopln you wouldn't. Its' fu..d"'lul..lon to all perllOnl.HUBBY
M"011", ttuillilmoll 1t.y\ John srttro, A jjr."i"N"MHWI Prluo', 1>John I. Ninth' 0 IiTowiisiiiuI V B doing so. he lungs. From papers on his per- too hot for hot biscuit. They kind
BdwardDIHTBICT .r I soul tt; was discovered that he had To FOR HER-
W A B Roberts W OV of go against! you. II.LITRRATl
NO.' 11. ", "101.... II S Sf'i- Ilklnnuu Kllnha Jr Thoman, Romeo" WALTER THOMAS. children living"" In New York. It is "That's what I said. 8lyHinow I

Danfnrth John Fowler' Ooo P SSu'll/H T IUEO, DI8'rIUCT NO.' iii.Evllle not known whether he was a flinclde, ain't goln'! to heat up the housebakln' As a teacher In an Englewo
Fuiwior U w Fowli a Iidennis White' HO .. or the victim of accidental drown- business college Chicago. 1'hlo
RnberKuniotlin Filtfh tonairllnrmim hot bread I know
iwiiBiHiBunBii'Bj tonight. could
Lie Jenklto 8 hardly
NO. 18. JIM 11Bomiy J JMliange Ing. tnene
Mikilaraol Laill Miwori.gor. 1 W ISTRICT ; she won't want! me Apll..tn husband who dob-
I'ltwlfkl. Hum' JufBi.hBtnpuui Allen John AmlrownOO ltliiu.. ("lie.' .I.b.'m..ll.JIM Vf Woathorbae T W L O' j TO THE LADIES 1 1lIy It; Is now thought that BertHud- "No you was just right I don't." pected ted the pronoun I "I" and wrote"anult'
J a Wright B WDIHTBIC'T AleS
A.kll of Hastings whose suicide I I've old
(im.lill.k John. huh" It 0 IHI'rRWT: NO. 211.UaIslon Ben wan "Hays: got some good when 'he really meant
NO. 12. Hi.lilianl*... .lunli.uil lake. reported last week, niaynot have bread and butter and blackberriesthat
Davis r B "enough.
A"*am> O Blanilhard F 0 L..... ormonil" Jon u Miler periyIlniiKhbm It S Florrlil I) It committed suicide at nil, and his I bought of the little Whltcomb Mrs. Appleton got enough

lirown Ada, maOiiiiiilniiham J W llruwn Uixik. U L N '-..H I ?! ?SSS'A.' .''.7 M Henry Bll : = Fall and Winter purchases body has been exhumined and the boy this morning, and a nice custard. herself.Finally iioulu not stand his vulgar -

l>onn lly A J D",,,, John. 1' itamlusolt, M..... Wl.lihc, lirjD1BTB1CT A Houan, III HunJiilly : "ltnn Wm JoAcpIlMoore U MILLINERY wounds carefully looked at by phy pie and two kinds of cake. besides spelling and manners" she told
.Lvuu., J uoUfrev' YruAiubVVoatlunuite NO. 17.UavlnAI MinmeytiC. Muiiilim Uio B I!j are now open i iclans. It la rumored that only a cookies, and 1 guess that'll do." the court. This led to a separation. -
r rUralniciirJ R lulueii Hailley UunrKW Chan. D Aluelniul (,rlbb It H niuUimntill. RJuiiuen 'oCr""y' VI i for your Inspection. I feel sure week before his death hut life wan "That's just what I should have Mrs. Appleton submitted letters from

Hollanil. W U Hill' urcun U JoiunhnuU. DO 0..101.111.. P r L O""hNI Olllhlll'.hl'A I that In the selection, of A Hat or I threatened by a man to whom he picked out tot supper." her husband. In reply to one of recent
Kim', w U LoOnnnln J U MoUone A Noah I. F smith UK !II owed money. No ph/stciitn was "An
>aiubnniu il<.Imrilmm, HOT Malltoo Pony. I UHoumltroe I J bllukiier K UmsTftIcT IS.AimntroliitLaiie DIMPBJCT NO. 24. j Bonnet that I can ploaae, the iii j ji >rnHent at the Inquest, and several so..as to get it cleard away and .take apply dat divorce he wrote I

Hniliu J j Wennou II B NO. It' Dual T 3Uolvln Canipboll Ilomloraoul moHt faBtldlouH trade. of the Jurymen found it hard to reconcile our time will kin' to meetin,' it's so ..I you want to get that It. will b
Wutorn Aid rmanJ" hIlt wounds with the suicide "
WT .. dreadful hot.
lllramUavld >aiiMt r Liiclu all with me you can send
DI4TKIOT NO. 11) Orson Iteisuas' lihll 0. o..or U..I"o.lIuboro" 0 (iypneRvllle ,, Uavln H Drrtteman KulMtnOrlimn 5 Mrs. E. W. White theory. "Yes, it's a good Idea." ten and i will I you out If you will
Ailamn, .'l..tll EL On W A. T. \Viiiian a well-known fArmer "I there won't be to
Vf fl Boll a L Jenkins Jim B Franlor J V Rlcunrd. s'pose many send me what I want. Don't wilt
llnllniier( A UhaiutBDOrlltln Julius. Eilw. alo JAM' > .B... B! linTMuuNilr Howard Uunf tjfu 11111 trailJiinklnn. .it ft iw, itiirt'?' linn'': !":_.,__ residing one mile south of Tallauuaee meetin,' It's so hot," said Sarah. send It this week. Mend: U .
JolllnNOQIlowill ttm t.Hnrrlwm Mwlln. UliM Hwaln' luiluin ,. u w w
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Unwell. II I> Hiirllg\ T O lib 1 A Bhermau M L Moon. ,Uanl John ONidHon W'" JMvFergunon Allan machine on Friday, afternoon fell in. humor of It will we are sure appeal I,,allul .... a decree..
KuaiilT A U Keller A U 11,1. B E Thuilliunilil. | J"hn Nnm AWol.lo.rloo..ph M I A lliiumltrue, Win, PrIvate Hcliool.MUis to the machine and onto the knIves, toall Intelligent readers. Then again
I.UO-X..R WLanhnrn LewlaOBManuny' Film. 10.1.001 Tli.imae' lun W Muorgilsi Phil UluharilmiU. ,' MllltfU arah Mabry'opened her private where one of hU legs was so badly it IM so full of human nature that B ACTIFDL COMPlUIOire
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furnly Jiibn BoMlgnnl OeorgaBrain WU lamn 'thus S'Vk." ?Aildrc "Scolt( leaaaDISTKIC'T leu J 11PaMlell soliool\ Ht the St. Oeoi-ga llotel I, nangled that he wait unable to rail! might have been lost forever If 1111'8WUklnRt'roeman Are spoiled by ualol any kind of '

Ilynlii. 11 Hluiiiiniiiir ThuS MUogero : DISTRICT: NO.' Ill.IIlrtoIl NO. 2/(). W"dneadIlYS't'ptemller :34. TeritiMaasoiial for help or to reach his home. The had not kindly aration that file ires of the pr.p
W B IV HBiynolile t Oranuiin Brown Paul unfortunate man remained where pictured It for Furthermore It
Illlen I' >lewVhnrp Iha best way to secure a clear compiezuIou
Jitiin i Ahmlth L c"1n'"l'M"lil.,, ,i, i :yfOnrrvll Clark JohnOoehran he fell alone In the field. with his Is
MiilllUtIFHluphenn, fl ron AD 0 f 9 L so thrilling, so exciting, that It free from sadowuesg., plmpl.
Jan T Smith a.w W 11:' Holli.war HemJhnl.ii Ilailgee J M llendiiraon Use t -- ---t- life blood slowly ebbing away until makes us forget our troubles and rise blotches eta., Is to keep the
MKMley_ U SIrlIiluiifW| W dyinn le' AW A M Uuilw. Franol Johne H II i R Vfgnmm" O If ate In the afternoon when, ne' was at length with throbbing pulse and order Anoccasional doM of 'I
Ihnmiwon w U' W.uer, (Ion MnUunnell, V B *aililu" JolHK t. W Jonev JaineqJobna \VllllamnB" M bit* a I.Wara .- discovered and removed to his h6me. cheeks. (o H..
After such ,
"bit. W W.rrin w H ''b''.' I. B -laylor iJhiurleyTuruItussed jnnnxui. Ilandalljnbiixin l..itrManuoy I \ Jolla burning stirring will nleaose the bowel.regulata
WaiHUI, Yaubaruugh A ]MDISTHIOT I M Wools, FMDIu4TIWTNO. A f S Medical aid was summoned but It realism as this we are more than ills liver and so aatabllsh a qlnar,
NO. 14. 2\\). Mean' Alexpltklu Meyern JohnfHuiiouu 'JOHIFH rBICB:, was too late, After the physicians ever mystified as to why people healthy complexion. at Aokerman J,ulee JerryTuiyliirJnhifl lark ana Auditor Board of County oumml had worked with him : 6
for numberof should oar for romantlo fiction and
Conrdala Wm Oarllta T B BranoIiWW SaM B TailoR I M .lonprarallk Palatk*. Id LoumU' drug i iI
oruiohnnlil, UK UunaJB '. l' a OiirmnaJAllaSloi JohllHMIUKM Thorn V II Turner J ,. *. VU4 Oct. *, IMtt ? hour* he uooumbed from logs ol historical romances.-Chicago Reo- I .tora, Creeonnt Cltjy .
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11IEDtOAIJ OHSCUHITIIS. !MORE JUIKJKS NICII: :U. Hit far behind nx the' .'1101 i <.1.... Biipreimi
( ,, THE PALATKA NEWS court, and 1 tl lit. t t'-t.- ..' should stir KENNERLY E HARDWARE\ CO.

+ I Iehclll science forges ahead slowly but medical Hon.. fii', J. Ililbiini' Contributes our state I'll, ,.. .mil mine .lh" people.
I' to rally to Hi,.' mippoit, ot time pioposodatneiulinoiiM. -
k,4tr' verbiage progresses so fast that it leaves a wondering for thep
IiJ AND ADVERTISER u VMliiiililo Article on1llllr6111t1 Art county agents
'world stunned and awed by its thundering obscurities. Let UK vote t for the l pioponpilamoiiiliiifiit .
| Court. ''', elect ahlol\l d 1 fix-tg, tii -
I'' Th PatalkA' Now and' A p rlijW
{ .r, r AHMUtant, HoMtinitMUtriJanortil, ,' '' .to lion ""bll".Uo"'ItI.. ..' to luliiilHMloiito ., President Roosevelt, as we all know, was one of 2d, lion H J' Hilburn of thlrtcll.y wlih the hiiHlm-Hsof. the court", tin u Oliver r m IV IIrrt
t tli uutiUmt Moooml-CliiHM "nmitur.ami has wiMirtl.i.Kly b* "ii no onUirod '"-
''j ''p ', ., .. Lau 1'1""... poHlotllt' the victims of a trolly oar at Pittsfleld MUBB. lie hud (lie following strong arllclvon reduce.n-r, and the 'court airs. to thorn Its l present t thereafter nuiii-to II .

received a number of painful bruises, and one of thotill-almojblnir question of the keep up with Ibo business Also for the

of the Democratic sort ne t proposed nmendn t to the oonstimIluuprovldlugfor H.! J. HiLltn EN.
; 4 An uno.nc.al Newspaper -J them, situated on his loft leg, was so deep and sq e CULTIVATORSIn \
1 1 nddltlonnl PLRNET
the kind you should l keep In your family. extensive that some of the tissue died from lack of ItiouT THIS Ki-ot"
,, the. supreme bunch : "IT GOBI TO
,l'lz' < vy r li li'i proper nourishment. Nature has her own way of In response to your recent favor When pale or Irritation. XMIS! on any' twit. wo I'IplI' everything in tho

} t ''i making repairs, and she proceeded after her usual requesting my views| on the proposed part of the body the application|, of
: Published, at PnlllklFh,., Thursday of each week by s mimed cents to the) state constitutionlor Ba. .latd's HnnwLlulmnn twill tclvi- prompt a
; + t manner in a perfectly healthy subject. She dissolved nllefof. the court otto relief. "It .s rlMht In, the spot| ," said
( hupn In' guN .. .. ..
.. ,
t RUSSELL & TICKERS.WM. : the dead tissue into serum and then set about t'lorldti beg submit the following! : an old man who' was. rubbing It Pmlth In. to, H .. A.. R D VV A R
I mil hraitlly In favor of thin proponed pure. his rlintiinntlsm. O.] It
kp lc making an exit for it to prevent it from being absorbed amendments.", The ronge.HtedI'ondilliHi Prop'r Sinllli house. "ol\h", li-xiis.

r J A. HU8REI, EDITOR. and doing more serious damage. of our supreme' court IH, himy writeR: "1 have used 1I"h"d'a snow
i 'Judgment, Intolcriilile, and very Llnlm-ut, In my family for snvi-ral years, Stoves of all kinds, Cooking -
V+f Medical men, when they talk from the shoulder, bo .a line r..nieil' Line.

HKUTAl. AKHOOANCi: OK COAL HAHON.S. call this process and abscess. Otherwise they are mill the. Htftlu nt Inrge ItKroatly for all aches and pains and I, ii-iiom.,, Utensils Hames, Trace Chains,
.dlHcoiungeB" persons, havingiiverltuiloUH mend It for petite. In I the throat nodt
The efforts of President Roosevelt to end the strikein ,tpt to term it some fearfully pollysyllabio form of .. ""H"S." mid often lends lu t-i-hiist. 25r, BOn{ and tt.00) at Aokur-' Plow Castings( Spades,
'i aelluhtis. loiniirointan\ of vnlld clalnm at H man t StMWutt, Palalka., and LounilttOresnunr

the coal regions of Pennsylvania, while forming a siurhlcp, while It drives encouragement fllty. _.____ !Hoes, Shovels, Rakes
During his recant' western journey and when he -
precedent of great significance, are none the less to lltlirnnt parties whose U"'UICIII.-t.: the "1ldx.. Lawn Mowers,
had gotten as far as Indianapolis the president's leg elulmanre without
of much The only matter of regret [ KnhKI.anlhtlll.rlt//
y deserving praise. and w hose. The IMrolt Evening News te B Etc., Etc.
is that failure marked his zeal to bring about was humping itself right where nature was trying to iml 1 for delny. For example, It often the fnllowliiK IncUlcnt of Pieslieu.

force an oponi:.g. The pain was probably great. At recurs that parties having nierlto Itonseveit'sreceut" visit. to tint city:
mil peace in the disturbed section. The discussion Ions cases' Hiiter. Klllt--unn.erlloroiindefences "Hdlo.'l'eddy, old 1'lJy-'Vut du Poultry and Fence Wire.
Washington. of the questions which led up to the the hospital! the.physician laid him out and ran a Interposed. The pluln-, yer fink ot Dp.-Iroll'f".

: bistoury into thelump, letting out two ounces of ser ,IIfH|| win In the lower court. The .de- Shrill mid cheer/ above the noise of
: strike has placed the whole matter squarely fendantsappeal" to the supreme court the che..rll1l| crowds "and 1hlm\ ( the public.It um. What the president said during the operationis making appeal, bonds as required I ly thl greet lug from.n luinoli of yoiingrsters -
F1 j of not yet reported. That is left for Mr. Dooley ; law At t the time the bonds are. ectited \< assembled on "hll'h board func
It shows conclusively that arrogances the bondmen lire solvent was wafted to the preHldent its h.I
b the coal barons in refusing to submit the points in but what the doctors said seems to have awej Secretary The 1 parties who appeal get a super- cnirliiKe neared the turiiliiir' point oi

j ortelyou into an attempt at repetition. He 4"deiiM which, prevent the I enforcement the pniiidn' on JeuVrHon avenue" : BUSINESS.ACXERMAN .
dispute to arbitration.If of I the judgment. milII the cimex Tho president' looked over the Hell 30TH YEA.R OF PROSPEROUS
the of issued a bulletin. like this : ,.Ira decided, by the HUpieino court tddowalk and<1 on
If the operators are able to prove charge of feces un the 'l'i'en
; As a result of traumatism received in the trol- I From live to seven yours thereafter, the howling VOIIIIR Ann-rloanH.. ; STEWART
lawlessness and anarchy, which they make in their ley accident at Pittsfleld' Mass., there was found to (lie cases are decided.. ; if decided. l It i ifitvor the silk tile. In liln hand circled 1 fr
statement to the president, it will appear[ to honest of the plainlllrs lu the h1werCourt around Inn half dozen evolutions In ,
be circumscribed collection of perfectly pure serumin they proceed." to collect the its which thorn was morn (fcimlne" fun
men that they should seize this opportunity to do sot the middle third of the left anterior tilnal region; )judgment. I4y this time It I III quite than dignity mid the chief executiveof Petail
{ir before, such a tribunal as the chief magistrate of the The sac, containing about two ounces, was removed. often the case/ dolt. the defendants the nation HoHtnod shout lo HIIVnoinnllllnff Wholesale Druggists, ;*
v. 'and their securities are Insolvent, ', but he ,mulled. Insteadand .
E g United States would select. Had the patient been an culinary patient, and the ind, nothing can bo realized on th"jndKlllttll. once more waving( his httt, his '

But they prefer to continue their attitude of defiance physician an old-fashioned doctor, he would have ..... carriage iii) ..nl on. IUSTRRcmVEU LAtteR Fresh Garden"5eed ,"
A KHKHUKNT: OCX'UKltBNC'K. I "day, UidH." said one of time vounir V.1, .. .
and total disregard of popular sentiment. By described the affair as a painful lump just inside the LU' LANlJltE''U'8! .u'
t On the. other hand If I the de.fiml' American.. who had nearly "und In )niir nelvn' ,
t ; this action on the part of the operators, the miners left shin bone, and about half way between knee ant. in the court .below succeed. inreversing himself off the fence with the fervor

r; I have won a great moral victory, and. John Mitchell und' ankle. i the Judgment of the lower o/"Didn't hlH applaiiHo, tlnk on Teddy the high, wa' board nKoln court on some technical ground yule .. ,
bottl" Guaranteed
25 cents by
k ?I emerges from the conference stronger than ever in ( which often occurs) the coxes. ate to Invite us to come and tide In nix per

remanded to the lower court for.new keorlKP ACKERMAN & STEWART. DRUGGISTS.
the sympathies "
the rexpomiee. -
trial Hy this time the platntllfH "Sine, he ions, waft quick
kt a No one can now predict: when this deplorable and It WAS fitting there should be a scandal over the .wltnuHMes! limy be. dead or their "lln'd a done It In a 11I11111 1 1 1If --

,i, ; t tt far-reaching strike will end But one thing is certain coffin of Queen Henrietta. Not that the dead queen whereabouts' substantlnl unknown justice and thwart-conseliiently vice I ut hadn't Kiiys-dey been wouldn't fey them secret let him mir-., a smmmummmmrmmmmmmm'l1",,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, '

,deserved it. That good woman died of a broken "
m at such a time as this the administration of a ,xl, end\ the plntntllls recover nothing.' data do reason
t! heart. Her life was like that of a lily in the
pure Such cases are not simply imnglnnry -
t ; constitutional government must feel like putting muck of Belgium's degenerate court. What hap- ; they occur In every county In Pointed l'urulC.'I1Ihs. I

rA fundamental in cold storage for a time and resorting pened over her dead body was only a continuationof the state, mid' It will un observed To err IH human and to He about It tin Palata( n'S\\' I

,;, to the methods of d"Rpotisll1-just as there the scandals Inch filled her cup of sorrow while that thin condition of our supreme Is more HO +++.
court In each case mitigates' agHlnst Int..U."t'.ll\llml'rovell1ent' to -
: are times when a man of puny strength would give a living. the litigant' party having a meritorIous warp a woman's shape. -- -
of The dissolute Leopold, husband only in name, refused ciue. and is especially detrimental Even: the peBHhnlxt Is momentarily
1, p year of his life in exchange for the powers a to enter the death chamber at Spa:) until the to people of limited means. besides happy In its milmppliicKH. Doe, all kimh Modern]\ Hook and Job 1'iiiit 2ing

champion pugilist for about 10 minutes, or until he Princess Stephanie:) departed. Then the telegram if a party Is entitled to a recovery Home miinlo path charms to hold a -
he should have it without If he IB chained to the spot> v
man at popular prices. |
can properly chastise some bully tormentor. laid, 'he' entered the death chamber and prayed be- rlils protracted delay. line should never flirt In public ro

fore the coffin for twenty-five minutes." You know that there ere people. until after they have. Htrivngln holdon : '
Ilia office is with the newest
who like to Floridians of lack the. art.The uippiil' ': : maC !
CORSETS FOR FAT lIEN.A What a travesty on human devotions I accuse .
). I of and charge it against our string tied around a man's Roger -
man's corset was/ on exhibition' at the recent This old libertine, whose liaisons with notorious Florida energy, clip...te. To sustain this accusation Is merely a forget-me-knut. terial, and tho class:!> of W rk! tut'II.l I out\ eiiiU' :\ in 8

+ : national dressmakers' convention in Chicago. women twice drove the dead queen to seek suicide, I havo heard people refer In matrimony one and one makes .,
+, prays to God Almighty. to our supreme court as evidence. one but In divorce one from one E style that of any Job P::: mina! 1 lstil] >lNh neat in 52
Y' Women peeked at, grew pale, and turned away If the poor Israelite, Uzzah, who put his hand forthto Of course, this I did not approve, but leaves two. :--aa

? ) their faces. Then the men crowded around the exhibit steady the ark-of the covenant was struck dead, I was helpless to prevent such In- Home men don't know they are S the South. Jive. us a call and learn"' something ;::
inuntlons. beaten until long after other people -
and-sixty orders were taken in one afternoon. how could this man live and pray ? mnke the dlxcovery.
One of the men dressmakers advocated the corset What better right had he to stand in the presenceof I do think that the condition of If the beauty of the average' mnn's about good work at modest prices. 3-

the honored dead than Stephanie ? Stephanie, our court I Is clutrimeiital mind Isn't more lovely than his face -
i.. I saying : the decent of the whole l lot. Louise supreme very It IH entitled 1 to sympathy.
only ono royal to our state, and I am unable to .
za ;(. "It will take the place of the suspender, which the eldest< daughter, made a world scandal and is in see how any one who has the interest. There H IH great'no obje.Mlon cumiriand to of a language woman'shaving PalatKa news job) Office |
of the state. and 1 its people at heart
Jt has always tended to make men round shouldered. I a mad house. Princess Clementine is an imbecile. if she knows when not to use It.-
can oppose these proposed amendinentH -
You see there is a fastener on this corset for holding Sacrilege V or permit I the question. of additional Chicago' News.

?4? + the trousers in place and the thing is perfectly comfortable anthracite President. strike Baer throws on the the Almighty.responsibility The :St.:; for Louis the I he matter.expense to influence them in Russell $f UiCfcm, Proprletorj. ;I j

r and convenient. It is laced ill the back, As the commissioners will be discharged
up -
boodlers invoked the name of Clod to bind themselves
Co Our Subscribers. 41
f f4A but it need not [be laced tightly. This question oft in an oath to plunder the public. The de- ,additional( after Justices the appointment aa provided of the in 71UUII111JIlAlUI11UJU11N1111111116)lUlbJllJlllll111UUJ1lUJ) I111

f holding the clothes in placets) a trial to us. Besides, ImucliHd. and profligate Leopold l turns his only de- the pioposod amendments, and fiethey Those of our IIlIh".lber. who

t fitted which has cent daughter out of her mother's death chamberand lire to receive. the same salary are In arrears. will please Kettle
with the new coat, come to stay we
paid" to the commissioners, there can up as SOOn H8 pOHHlble. It IB no
have such corset to make prays over her coffin. light' task to .Bend out. hundreds Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
i have got to some thing as a be u ro question as to additional expense Company
Men like have nice waists l and there can be no reason of bills, .and If possible we desire Y YThe
a fit possible. to just as
to avoid the l labor und
The sanctimonious horse editor of the Gainesville assigned. even on the line of strict expense -
t a. well as wo teu'." economy, In opposlllon to the Incident to touch an undertaking.
r a The- man's corset is said to look much like the News produces the following ex cathedra bit of theological amendments unless It should proposed Many of our subscribers Great Through Car Line From: Florida,

.y v swibosh as an editorial in his issue of the lie the purpose of the legislature to are lIu'lu"t! because'
girdle which women wear. It is very. low and fits abolish the commission. they give the iniittur no COHITOCTIOITS' :
:lit l inst. : think
t't comfortably over the hips. It is fastened in front WORK OF COMMISSIONtHS.' They probably
The Bible teaches that "the wicked shall be cast that u dollar m a very sinnl! Over Ito wn rails to Saannah Charleston, Rklnuoml, and
with soft steel the and is nnulo of The supreme court commissioners, B u in niul that It will not lie TO11IE East}
just as is girjle,
a. Wadlhlltou. thence Venn.
via R.-:Jt.
into hell with all the nations that forget God. This cannot greatly facilitate the work ol missed. but they overlook the ) V.

r many colored silks, pale pink and blue being the shows thut it is not necessary to be wicked for one I he court, as they are without authority fact thnt there, are. hundreds of

(tti + popular colors. to he lost, but the. forgetting of God is cause enough. to have decide to< a case, and as the others In a like position and VIA ALL RAIL"1WeSt. I
justices' go over the cases and
that the of these.Hinall
*"# i' w Go tell the news to the Florida flat woods farmer "Let the wicked man forsake his way and the unrighteous decide them, regardless of the Hums aggregate Is very large: the LoulBvlll Naahv'\IMn via Montgomery:

k" and stock man. man his thoughts." This is a Bible injunction amount of work done thereon by the withholding which U n. matter tIThe
and shows that a man may be unrighteousand ;( commissioners. The supreme court of much Importance to im. THE Mobile. : Ohio R. R. via' Montgomery
t A pink corset ? The suspender must ? A commissioners are not the
i ( pale go : yet not necessarily wicked. Every wicked per- relieving We trust tlierrforo, that ref"rr."d..rll
dtuatlun They are doing all they
l long felt want ? son la unrighteous, but it does not follow that every but It 1 Is. Impossible for them to necessity will of underatnnd/ at the TlaSavannnhaml Oman Steamship Company for Hew York

This same dressmakers'/ convention laid down the unrighteous man is wicked. Both classes, however, facilitate the work of the court. II without further paying r (up lue8t. once Thefigures TO East} FbllsUolphla. and Boston via N't'Ik fur N. \. Wwsli stud halt

rules as to corsets, "straight fronts or nothing." It are. on the road to eternity, and nothing but the the ltI Oed proposed the amendments voters should becalm opposite' to the name THE Via Savannah for\ E and al diners 1I<'rchantH. A Miners TraUBUortatlon ComfOJty .
r< by our supremecourt will allow thedate to which the
of God their
r / k-; i comes to us straight that the purpose of the mod grace can prevent destruction.The will noon be relieved. The capacity subscription IK paid ; thug, VIA STRAIUBIP.
writer is probably the same individual who of the court will then be al- 10-2U-OI shown that
pQ ern corset is to modify the obtrusiveness of the you are 10 Key West
: D 8 Mall
moHt twice as great as the present Steamships of the Penlusiilar A. Occidental, hti-am
paid to October 29: >, luol\ and 1
of up
j '' : stomach and this direction, "The straight front! advocated the dispensary system liquor selling, a supreme court, and consequently, that you owe. a )'ellr Hullacrlp' AND )B"1l> Port Tampa to K"yV""t & Havana lu oonueufu with

d k corset may be adjusted to stout women by lying system which contemplated the state's engaging in decided almost twice in given as many time cases then will be tlon. If there should be any HAVANA I The Atlantic Coast Line.
the business of its citizens for a ,as now, error In the credit the mistake
a ''f of ? down." Upon getting up the stomach effect dis debauching revenue. aa there will be a division of the will be rectified.. We are. desirous

t When such men engnge in the business of pelting court, with three Justices to each division of bringing our Hut up to SUMitER TOURIST TICKETS will be. on sale until 8 \pt. 30 to the prlnolpt"

? appears. readers with biblical lore and horsy interpretations having power separate and i iIlId..peodent date, and we request our subscribers resorts. throughout the country, limited to return Outobet, 81. Write. the u.. tar
,? ,t .ya, i d, Shadows of Grover Cleveland and Jack Flmn 1 IA to consider and decide to assist un In doing signed and<1 state where you wish to go and proper. Information will, be given
with in ill thereof, it's no wonder editor McCreary the Sun cases, excepting. here there Is a division this by promptly remitting
Does the man embonpoint know what
enters vigorous;( protest at the loss of a. subscriber.No 01 opinion these.among the justices.Whether what they owe without putting Something New.
front of him ? proposed amendments -
us to the mid l Summer eiountloti .
that smacks of the are just as we would like to expense annoy rite to Washing on. D.O', from P8h.tka. U 1-nn, tlckpfa
1 man publishing a
sane paper of Bending. limited l .
ance < out bills. to Oet"b..r 31. "" day i .
have them IB not a !; ft01- 'l15 t""odlt unit In ash direelton' .,
proper questionut ,
This notice IK .
1 "earth, earthy, can hope to compete with such a only Intendedfor 8 WSl",0'sllol'"ta'( 8"sod over ".""0
+ gr Til LATTER DAYS OF TWO WOMEX.: this time. If wa vote them down, those who are not paid up pal railways"VB ; .. mile of among the prlool-'
e are Kale
r 'vhangdoodle combination of ashling righteousness we shall have no relief and the to date. and .. on by the principal' aneuts.
a irhmce at thefigures For complpt. inform...,lon "..linn,
q Sarah Bernhardt, the eminent French actress, at present condition will continue. and' ( H E Dickens. 'i'leketAgentornddroesl:
and assumed statecraft. opposite jour name will FRANK O. BOYLSTON
.' + t her home in Castle Belle Isle, is afflicted with acute poBHlbly grow worse. The. supreme show you whether you are J, A. TAYLOR '. Jaoksouvllle. Fla.
court of 'I'ennesllee once became almost the number.1IUSSELL& W, O wI'vn--88 Agi-> Jaok..o'III.-. Fla
+f melancholia. She prays, "Come death I Bernhardl w\M as badly congested as our supreme among CHAK1. H.M. OS. T. M EMEUBUN:: ,
f N'NN1 N'IVN N 1 NtiN+V1 Gen. Paas.
VIC'KEIIS, Agent: A..... Tr.f. ::
court, but the of that 1'r"f.
J r '1'. is waiting for you. Be merciful and remove me. $ Row Start t Editors Ulew $ state amended their.Btate people constitution PUBLISH KKH.IS Wilmington N C Wlln| ,.ifoi. N._ ft__ Wlheington I\Iltr., ., .V__ C.

I ea Do not force me to feel the miseries. and bitterness created another appellate. court

of Congressman Darts's Announcement. which(, .enabled the court to catch up
; !, dotage. with its business, and now, within vex CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JDDICIIL
Old at 58, the fires of genius and passion smoldering 1. r-prom% %the x% %IHLmm. /ak W...ak wa. avav /% a avav% v /% avv 5 ninety days after an appeal la taken, CtiLtiT OHo\IIO&RY., PllTNiM COUNTY, rLOllLA-lS SupposeYou We FineCO1ZfACt1C2ZS

a.Y i', ti on the lonely hearth of her heart. this woman Jtob Davis Will Mot/ Uun Again. court.the case Is decided by the appellate MOM Tltomu ) Make
i*. j. Bill lot Dlroroo,
n longs for and dreads the coining of death. There In an Interview recently published C'ol. Robert \V. I know of no other supreme court Oiwltlnr Thumb \ :

; v. are of insanity in her melancholia and Davis who will, on the 4th of November. be elected to flied U Mt In>|Hiirltiii the above by affiitAvlt;Uttwl:: appended' t<>the: bill
paroxysms II CKIIIM that OittliUy
Congress from this district for thA fourth term states ,,1'.om... .. tha Defendant,, thnratii namtMl u A nuii- Telephone And who EMit
the actress must be watched to prevent suicide. Her that he will not be a candidate for re-election In 19 )H, I reeblentnllheState. ,, .. i>f t-lnrliln' and. thai the' everyone
Mr. Davis does not outline his future plans. There will IS YELLOW POISONIn nwlilnno time.. Defendant, U unknown, and> it wants
r morbid despondency lead her to refuse food at I I, that she hr over the age of $wnnty.une vearn. more.
> be a governor and a United States senator to elect at that la
and there no In
y e times, saying : "Why should I have dinner ? I am that time. Whether he him his eye on one of, these positions your blood Physicians call) e.rvloeota.ubpoeha. poraon upon whom thu would stem' bird the No. Our Chocolates and Bon Rons
It Halarlal Uerm. it can be seen such Dul.mlanti,, II !Is thernhro. 84 and
ordered" ,
Mr. Unit
known. Davis IB
old and used up. My days of glory. are passed: I I. not very district popular changing: ; red blood yellow under aid. .non-rwldeut. .<. DoI8ncllnu,1' la .hereby. are always Fresh and Pure.
throughout the state, and especially In this andIf .
.n'.d' 10 appear. "the bill orooinulithn, m..'l I
k, never to return. There is nothing for me to live for. he should 1 decide to come before the people .aa a candidate microscope. It works day end In wad. .a".u or betre Monday.' the rint, day
for one of these positions-well, the list of candidates night. First, It turns your complexion 'fDecernber A D. mtm J, othnrwbia 'Ihs all ii see. How Quick
That is one picture and a somber one. Here is yellow. Chilly, aching tlnna of MI| | hill' will ba tokan aa oonr<:Mtt we CAD deliver your I
will not be so large a* It otherwise would. sensations down by said' U.r.mlanl order for Groceries. Beats. t Ice Cream Ice Cream Sodaand a
I another. Mr. Davis IB especially. fortunate In being able to retale creep your Ir I. liirthar ordered that this order ba publl tramping U ,
confidence of the "common backbone. You feel weak and .hwl. (floe a weak I for, ..licblooii...aiiilva. weeks the. hot sun all hollow.W .
the great
At the banquet given in Detroit two weeks ago;( by people" as worthies In the Palatka. News and lvurn..r A ou... other
{l well tut that of the railroad men of the state He has paM| ,rpulillMh.. In said County and Itta,.. make. a specialty of
]r the !Spanish-American:! veterans in honor of President proven that there connection, nn atHllatlon a "com ROBERTS' CHILL TONICwill Tads nib day. of Bephunbnr, ID '2. Y
BoalJ[.. JOBEHII PRICE, Hat and Cold Drinks
munity of Interests" among both ; while acting ax. a
r Roosevelt but Amid
one woman was '
present. CI"'k'ronnOou.' .. Fine
railroad attorney before his election, he ban never since stop the trouble now. It WALTER W DAV'.... Butter.
7.r the cheers of thousands the president escorted herr been charged with the performance of any act detrimental enters the blood at once and HnUoliorf r Oumplntnant.l FOR LADIES AND OE TLElIEJI.

ti'lt'' I to "her seat railroads.to the interests of the people and in favor of the drives If. neglected out the and yellow when poison Chills,' LAROE STOCK OF Alnt. much money In IS. to b. sure, but The Children arc welcome; they always

y.r; That woman was Clara Barton. She la 78-twen- Fever, Night.Sweats snd a general we wouldn't handle. the "frowey"" kind seem to enjoy It.
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R't) t, ty years older than J3ernhar.lt From time Uajneavllle Bun. Roberts'break-down Tonic come will cure later you on, Chinese AND Japanese per and< pound lose our reputation far, aa even tlO Fine Clears and Tobaccos.L. .

.i, r Clara Barton neither fears nor courts the presence lion. It. W. DavlM. then-but why 'W.lt' Preventfuture A. SMITH.
Hon. R. W. Davis arrived. In the city yesterday from skkiMas. The manufacturers I You can get anything IB Orooerlne and I I
m 1 of death. She has lived in his company and looked Ft. White, where the night before he delivered an address know all about this yellow aLxCa.ttlra.gr Provisions that Is BEST at rock] bottom .

; a r' ijfto the bony sockets of his eye with a smile.Why tti the "tudents of Juliet Institute.. In an Inter- poison and have perfected: laoholco prices
dealuu low .
view with The "Hun' representative he emphaslaad. his Roberta- Tonic to drive It out, prices Also UeKIl'ltratlQJIllOtlee.' / .
w1g h the difference in these. women ? Bernhardt declaration to retire from active politic ..t the expirnlon nourish your lyetesn, restore large stock of I .

l k' has/ lived fur glory; Clara' Barton, for humanity. of his. next term. The precedent Judge Davis will appetite purify the bloo,. prevent NEW FURNITUREJu Tho BeKl.tr.tlon Book for 'Uuflm
establish by voluntary retirement IB founded 1 upon and cure Chill, Fevers and. L. C. Stephens County will.be open In my office at tw
"The day of my glory are long past, iiever to return Jetfemonlan Democracy, the principle of rotation but M::!:arU.' It has. cured 'thous received. Popular' prlaea. Court House, In Palatka. for the purpo"

J ," says Sara Bernhardt, and she speak< the the people of thin district area unit in opposing him In ands-It will cure you, or your of registration on the followln, ""lajj::;
? P aklng the Initiative. He ha. served his people with money back. This la (air. Try R. S. MOONEY .each week : Mondays, Wednesday' '
truth. The days of glory for Clara Barton are not distinguished, ability, and rank a* a leader In tbe lIIuIItrlous It. Price, :28 cent, for sale! by you haven't'phono com and see Fridays from V o'clock a. m. to l land II ..

:,t k 4. passed. The nimbus of the saints is about heaven.j ; quartette known an "Florida's" : working' dejeira- Aekerman ft Btowsrtv, Palatka-Ha.Undirtakfaj us at the oornerof. Kirby ud MorrU 8U from p. m. to 6 p. m eonnii-
lon In the present Congress. log \ujuat 4th >
We deliver 19II'J.
j? r /or..ble brow and will be always.t Judge/ Uavls leaves fur Falatka this afternoon, a ; and Embalming city tree, goods to a a, part of the July\ a7lh,190a.HEN EeglstrUo.0Miiat 18 PETEBMAKH.

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I .1'HE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. r i I|nnnnannN'ggiEiRiiiiaan Scarlet murderer RUtory of'isisaitnspi Young. W a e J :I I'i' ( m'ben "at-, t, I

CroHceril CHyn I J. I.. 1I .1II1I wi OHO. HOI", Ions llln,",a Itautli of Trunk" Clark. Tim New York w Lake : EXCELLZNT BUTTER

beautiful, liwnltiiim In VlitvTl huhl4 caused. it widoHprend l..rnld'llnlt
I 10 tills.' letuwntalii, I Hi.ynullniwH.nl iwtoHloii legret and Frank Clink OliO of th..eMto known City, Utah corrospondunt ,'
: a II, from IHf.iwi diicpnnxliity nil :
1lIt'"moolln'Y. people
0.,1, IIY 1I11I.r blolillIlIr nr P"I"'kllt.1 .. Issl ill lu a bud state of lienlth, ', elll/.oim of Ilunllngloii died! on Wedfll'Ktlil'9 G lea:1gs. utes thin chapter t tha blAt'.y of II and a Him of PU11E fond product, '
1111.oil h'' Mr""d whleh rl.o.M"""' '' though William murderer of
lnhit, CItY morning, Out 1st after an Hooper Young, flush aud tempting to the appetite
trout the Went bslik o( OltMlt! Luke' aba.ItIrIi IhoHe closest to him Ihliik I
fully :: they
:I nIot: ofuIal watar ill iitI.e In Iugth Hl'tln Illnessof/ Hernia two weeks. What Mrs. Joseph Pulltxer In New Yolk:
0. lIve liii u.n III wIoIU tie gradual change for the botti-r nnd iL
'" I limo ,
| In wollliiliMiiln: : l town: ami grove lob predict for him now a linpiovement lose tho community sustains by the "Something Whn1 Ain't." Robert; Louis Steveiiuon once wrote Ocm.o: to O-ULX CJtor. {
: : steady
iloforiiiorcoiiBlltutliiil::: a portion of 'H luau death/ of this man Is bent told his a tale of niysterlous'morinonism.
hMiBlxiiliKlw" in wliim lylnii bntwi-oii r''" and. gradual return to by "U"plbllcln 1 prospects south" l Is
IlIkllo-l"ko vrnoooll'oil 'llio tmntnitil, kitty, si,.*lla heiillli. piiHlor, Rev. Uuo. H. Ward/ who I I h. an editorial In the Wash Sir Conan Doyle turned the point of Lots of people have found us out tills season, and we feel that thor I
Tim lovol' lit Inks H"'II" I In .,., wn.t.
I Iho said ington Pont. what's the of "A Study in Scarlet" on the durk
..,llmii (hint. 01 l lake Orwmjimt unit. iirforil.IIIWII i bow UHI
__ jjljlias boon a mutual We oxanll la
try our priors/
urchin 'l "Tho donth
11,11 :: : : ,: ::I of ]Mr. Frank Clink has *
I:: \\t', Ill Cli'loge.11.11 Is kni't auunuliuu.tyjarn *
of the best shoemakers' In Appeal, Irs tho lowest! consistent with good goods.J. .
,' 14' (LIC towli .tutIul I ILisvli' :,, :lute: ':, $' It tho country oust a gloom over I his (plueo iinequnl- i Tenn,. 1lmlhl peculiar. faith. They flllI, however I
:uurnuuuu.alu..r:, t4u Iii ant wul aunhu.uOst, It.que I tImid one of II typn of nrtlstlo aitlSIUIH i to
ft ed hitherto. It Imagine any thing uioro romantically I I
P'.n'' ItyNtaull lt.ilWn7 to"oh" 'lila wont was not only that

tiin'hT of IILUn"iii'itV ehuuu.r.Ktoilntwo, ruulvlyN ml Ih.*PBNW.IU.TN from' ,the town 01111. tlmt Is fast disappearing. Mr. he was universally beloved, but hidulith (lettIng| lU'HIlltH. tragic than the story that lies W. MILLER Crescent City. I

1.1,11 II..I.h'I" U'.."d from 'ho> ttiwit alit uroituoiit CityJiiimlKm. C'owlfs learned his trade before the was so oxpectud that' It was a Booker T. Wlahlnlt.un.. the famous behind the murder of Mrs. Anna Pulitzer -

tIle rI wily Hiiillnii.,1 advent of tlio ilificlt I lie and when all! shock negio (,,,Huupetl, In :New York. .
trniti. 1'iU'itkn or Slink' to all. A man of HplendldPhysique .
'I'h"I\ >IIy Hluiiiih' n (
Tlllo IdtiiHUif tIl.' ituwfc. ,1"IIMhlllll wninr' rlilnn,. Hue wlioi'H wore iniulo entirely by with I his llfn hi tlin panic Ill/ cli\rob Polygamy mndo William Hooper f
In the
of life who
:1,1 tat till,,:thin wIillIO,\ trill ou.uutry.II, IuI'l ,iti.I.,.lruu.louI; till., /JIanloulIgor fF1,111 .Lfn;: hand. When he l Is given a pair of had. never known Hlckness.Illitno before, -todl I In In BlKininghaniy\ over lou Ala.[HTHons,. the were other killed day Young her alleged murderer, - -" .

IIlIloh. At ft 1'01' "Ino .110. rnlltll. ot l'III.'kft. shoes to half-sole the Job from wanderer al.d" the face
comes told this In cm
amusing story a recent :
after sickness vagabond
.toftllr bayou tile H..J"'III.' "".1 elullurejurnup fortplght's of At Chamberlin'sA
tile rIver raLlIer narrow h.. tartuile,, his bench looking like it new )pair of whutHeemnd. to be only a mild attackof speech of the earth. I I..f him hoineleKS :
..m llnoil 1 oil elllior Chili hy H think'' ,. inowtllof" "hll". ""There was an old profes-
'|1"...., n"h still l"alm. ..iu,,>...voi ItnMo, foi, ,..t tnahirlnl fever, iHsurelysomothlnir Hlonally pious who wanted negro,a luxurious to find hU own way. without the New Stock of Hamilton-Brown Shoes.

:\\I.'Sh" .t. OIICVOB nru. Bhuro, ,:nnil.. T l In understood that; COB D. Smith 1 to inakrt dinner I and who constant guidance of father and
Iro.iiiiml,:, novi.r II I..IIK lonHi .rw.ilor thnRtroilgeHt nnd healthiest UIIHtmls I Mini's Patent Ideal Kid Box Calf UlghLitm Coif, Colt Hkln.
Hi Blunt..Jam Attnr ,ulna nilK'n fit triivi,I I IH arrive early this l fall and that of us thoughtful consider our night lfer night prayed the Lord to mother when htscharacter was being Foil LADJES-'I.American' Lady," Patent Ideal Kid Viol.
tile im.ani lulu
tlironah lo, b.......nil". anil.mi bnulitlfiil, Lake "._UIIHTHIV......1. .V run lie will come direct from his Long latter end. Mr. Clark united the send \ '. The days piiseed.CIui'isiins formed.Young. In Slle. have ovcrjthlug, especially a tine School Shoe.

of mi hour. nnil ahult billIe tile. piuwpnin ntrroBOont Island home to Crescent This IIpprolch..d. end the old came from the "royal All ourShoes lira guaranteed.I I.I I.
City, till aliMintir' m.iitl,nrnnuMtintiilliiit. City. strength and manliness of a strongman fellow to compromise by I A .. C'ullHra. stylus, best for the -15 ots. or 2 for 25 :
Uon' money ,
Ihoboiit IIIKVOB JaukHunvlllo itlHa.m will be planning to nil ly" of Utah When he wan 'orl. Lt..st 0
Tuesday, Tlmrulay.' and HaluiilayiI'alalkn ; IIOWH our 1'.0pie to tho tenderness and sympathy tickIng thH Lord to Mend him after a fllll-1 Bo.t Line of MEN'S TIES oily. Btraw Hats below cost. It will pay you

.every' nt It P ni tho .....". UftyB Ihitiu' ''nliitfmo 1I>Mr.. ".Smith; Is one of the most of the moHt tender of women. Ho turkey. He_got__. one.__that__ very. night." Brlglmm Young was.In the to buy one for .npuclal occasions. /
,hoat. liiavvH OreHuont Ully on Moiulay Wuil I'01'lIhll' nlflll who come to Crescent n his (power, and the second Hon New stock of ShIns null V"I"rw"r.
nl T ,". 'in., arnvlim' al I it.ulka. [ Wits always rendy to help and oblige,
nuMlayaiulHililay: :al in a. in. and at Jnukwmvlllu. fit ",Hal /lty. .In fact a winter would Herm and his cine and tenderness In nursing Outside the Inwldo of the Hull. prophet, John W. Youiir"wns( strong Also) Dew Dress Uouds, 8ultli] ", Wulstlngs, Brllllunllni's H..orettas. Chambraa, ".
in/ No imrBtm evnr took' the Blpanipr tri'>n.relit A t the served In the Olngliuuis, etc.
l II. without ; :: ; an unnatural season without him. Riimptuoiis supper finances of the mormons. Hew '
for Cromjent Oily I expui liMHiliiirnow the sick tins rarely If evor linen. -
nniiHiillonit. of |1,1.l ..."...and a Hhorl "u'I'| ut i thy Wild ItnseH after tile performance a counselor to the 12 nposUcs. Fresh Groceries on every boat. Prices the Lowest.
tile' Ilitlii. City niukf.1 any man vr woman, a lllnIOIIK Mr .and )Mrs. Jamns l"adgntt, Jr.. equaled, by any mil II and not by Mrs. men guegtHstole .
: lIver: ill till. (tliu'o.Inilin .. : hnve bean III Jacksonville during the \ninny, vot,0011. That l lit i had many ii wilt' Vlld"I'hlt'H fl'o1 WIVIH and sweethearts a builder of railways, fllllcllllgNl'' C. l" ClIAIVIIinitKIN, Crescent City, FlaDon't >
ot Ilin
am Homo in..iil'
town 'propnr of the church whoso I, ,.
ImaiiHtill'''' homim u, ho omul In tim. HUUO and. lust week. Mrs. rndgittt is ono) of frlunds and no ent inen, Is, liimnvor, and Joined the chorus girls Inbumpers. ,'u.t can
niK.pIo. are onUnriHl. "".1 Ir.-|,,.ioiiii., "We were out Ride the In- In the olllci's' In Will I
tlio weight
Thorn 'IH n Hood, noliofil. two ..IIurrrna11,1.111 I | ... ha heirs to an estate which l is claimIng chlelly owing\ hi the fact that not one, alibi nf the rail," said the clov..reH'KII'IIII street. banking : We Want Your

lInt 'anil plnaiwnt t'roebytdrillli-Mllul:; prlvalo: \plaooa two whpr.K
can" bo obtained lloti.1 anil "bnnrdlim,, IIOIIH.l.rlooo Luke City, on a part of which Is located him utter u bitter or unkind word how wholly outside we were unti lit
are mi'lor lo. rim I penphi kline pi-. the tablo 1 remarked to to enter Into. polygamy. Unless satisfied with what Our ads
: : : a girl lilyKhilu oblKltlol you are >ou buy. cover a stock
nII.i, w 'll I ki.pt;. Rolf IMikH tur I Iho, enuinaln-' : the state ugilciiTrural coll..gtl.'rh. ). against' any one!', man, woman or good
: Mrs. Vnnderbilt I the
As the of
the Ids
mi'iit of thoao, who like tIllS amiiHomoul.cr.n.M'i.UJIly .. estate has won Its case In two child. As 1111 humble devout Cln i 'IHliui |- Loveliest. dement most son prophet I wits of goods. We can save you
hail ni.iro orniixo iirovoa than eharmh.1 duty to testify by deeds lo the dot-
any'otlior town In Iho ootiiuv. urnntro oiiltnroIH tourts, and tho mutter Is now up for a man) who I lived his religion hogoos ) yon ever met?" to cent $ to
W01/1 I on Dry Goods i $3 suit
till.. Inatlliitfooniiiiiitlon. ol ptw.ploaiiil. thnnnallly trine, that only by taking pluralityof ( 15 per on a "
boon iuul adjudication I In (the United down to I lie grave, his loss bv my .lol'te.1 miiprlHe' a voicefrom
trulthiw Ionic ronnr.li.il
i.rihlH annpi.rl'.r
:: :; : ; wives could hope to enter thecelestial clothes to on a pair of to
one pants
:: to that griiwu In any othor Iluuilikun otthoHlnlo. :itates court. all deplored.! A waiting\ the resurrection my chair rld which 25C 750 250 soc
AlmoHt ovory olllflnu of "'. placoHIM : seemed to come up from the depth of kingdom about which the hat '
to trunk
on a 25C $i on a 2/C to toe on
woll-ki.pt gmvp, many ot which oo.uipy of tho bluHxed hU soul ,
a Deputy bherlff end Marshal\ Lns- may i coal shaft, Haiti: "You're mighty ever
Ibo .... "ration", w hlleotlii.rituxu.nd I prophet JoHeph Smith had. told.
tile 1 grove rest In In the of God.'" all pair of stockings to on a pair of shoes.
lull" theoniinlry bauk. The m..iHihatilii, LInger has determined to put a stop' pence paradise right Mrs. Vnnderbilt she's I In liouseH hi Halt 250 750

nfCrnMcont ka of tfoodii City.: whli'll ave llvo, :,:.):i'I.: .nnil LToillt:iiuny;In many Hhi.wRtoi I to the prnetleo of certain negroes To this beautiful. tribute to :Mr. face,nlghuth", of! the I turned waiter-to and behold this the one ebony, like Llvlj. separate other parts of, Utah, pairs of shoes a little too pointed for the present ;
nf I tho luruor OIHH of tlio Ntnlt. LIvlnixlHrh Clark, :11''III'd not only voiced his fashion will be sold at discount.
who have been In tho luiblt of stl'iullug percent
"iii>or than almoat any other town In tile companions, stood rigid as a he Jld four f.IIIII.R.I HOIIS and daughters 50 ,
own t"'III'IH., hut I,t thatof I all the people,
houts from who have \ his white before
CilIlil. row parties .tnh. eyes straight who tt olfer
were > -
'(I'ho' fltrootN aro llnail with ella. .,,, tIlIng nnilthn if this "iiiimiiily', lion he iidtlcd him nnd his fare blank as a stone thought promise New stock of Window Shades. ,
horn anchored 0tho lake front.
natlvo live ulikll, anil broa.1 nln.ll walk! nrnInlil : of greatness In the future, m they .
Oil tho. \prlnolj.al, Hlrool.' uli'yolo |iathflload that I Im "\\i\s more upHotby his dim thtliMi wil.Vulll I he dare to have open
'In many diroultillIl.Plirtilol L'wo or three Instances of those hil lullth had I been' at thn table Inherited much of I the nll.IY iil, ItititillIlalItles '

thefts. have occurred recently whole i I by nn'hlnK! which bus luippiin- with Mrs. guests ? Not' ( of their grand-father' amifattier. CONE The Shoe Man "

In Crf.m.'onfc:';,,' city li.AlrliiK. to nnl,- the bouts have been recovered from fd hV.... of late About 10 years ago much.' Vld"I'blt' the Insideof .
Horlhe i,: Niihuortptlniii for thin: : putior: th..or r Ut wlMliliiv. limy lonv.to r tholrnikiiii. ii wtholr legroes who had stolen them to go he c'nme to confirmation and since I the rail, and "he was on the fence, e ,.
Itli .:. l>. l...onilMittCHPMIFNT ITd ho knew It. -New York Press.
*anil ioiii y w Mr. the lake and, work. that I time lui has boun a faithful at-
Crescent Florida
Who I. our th..rl..1 IlglII. City
tile' ..!Iwtolhll'e. Johnson welt the latest of those to be l.eudilht on tho services lit Hunting- CAUTION I With a fifth w Ife. however came ,

nrv TEMPEHArDRE" FOR THB. uuglit. Hereafter the .deputy. shertf tot. uiul I looked, upon him almost Thin Is not a gentlo Wurhbutt when dlnst to the fllliy. John W.
\\FfK: FNUINCt' III 1U1IF.11 4, Io'I-S. It
WILLIAM!!, lIHEHVEll. I will Insist on complaints( being its n brother If you could have Keen you tlilnk how HublH you are not to puruliiiRO I Young met the beautiful Luelln :== SOUTHERN RAILWAY .

Mi forBoritomhor ., ". kiln.to.' mule, and then he will have the him him I nurse, poor Funk and his for 75o the only remedy universally Cobb and they were miirrli'd. accord Coos aud Plant 8' stem

T A. K a p. H. V P. \I. 411*.34 ha. own u Ife, you would have loved the known Bud a remedy that has bad lug to the laws of the church. IN .
cases piosecnted.Mr. the susie of TO .:W AND K\sr TOOINCINN ATI. CUIO&UO and the WEST. ",
21. Hatnrday .7A SHIf lull' tue 74 any medicine In the l YOlK TiE
inn n as much as I do. I have never infatuation for his wife was remal'k"d
"IID. Ill 01 75
d. Hnniliiy .41.ml Mrs. VV. II. Mnxon and world since 18(18( for the cure and treatment EXjl'lt JIiiuitFia..
M.illdny. 7XM. lilt BU 11 Salt Luke He 1111 1..h''I '
seen much gentleness and patience throughout City.
MlHI of Lintli..l
Tntwday. .BJ ItO 8U 7A their chlltlrllnllrl'lvedlllHt week and consumption throat Limied MO'p ..,
.)...lolH.I.. In any man. The sincere goodness lung troubles wllbout losing Its aol seemed to cars little for his other 0" Itill lativ tally "

I.. n"iluomlay..rUJ. B1 III.H 81)711 lilt VI'73''' ire now pleasantly located In the of that man wile something phenomInul. pouul.ulty. all thesa years, you will gt.be. 'amIIIBM' devoting himself, to her, Lv *HLAIII.IIo. .. 1 10 a 61 I tO P Lv Ht AIKI.ln.. ... II 16.. III P .,
Thnrmlay ShnpHOn cottnge on ,Huminlt, street. thaiiklul that .. .. I 53 .. V a
we attentionto I' P P
S. Friday. .7T ... 711 as 3I" ." .I.d your taking her on Ills journeys to New .. .. 4 70 21 I' 12 1 P I,ill 8" It A. J"'k..vlie.. .. C :e 7 P '. IAr
hnvnnl..1 1..11.110. /l
Mr Maxon says that he came south i Jo.ch. .. There are .. ..... .
York and London and giving little .. 'j5 .. a II.) I 5 .8 p 'I"cIIII.! .5 .l a 78 p "
"" 9 i ho could' so 11""y ordinary cough remedies made WIllIlulIlgioli iS 15 7 hIS S 4) ( illgo ... S aIiittltuor
",. "" "" "" i to enjoy a year's rest and ; : .
Home HI'un'H to the West. by druggists and others that are cheap of his time to his other wives. Their : : ii S : 5 ku :: I ii IVI C :: 1)elruiI : :. 4 (IV 7 :a )
$ $ i think of no better or healthier place i iI aud for .. Ihlud"Ihll. .. 1.1 "I II. Il 50 a .. pltl.uiulrir '. ... 5 .r e a '
Personal and Social. I to Indulge his fancy than right here Some of the groves over In thneighborhood for good light colds, perhars but children were received itt his home, ...... 4 I" 14 p SOOt .. Clevehitnl.. ....... I 6.P ,
severe couxha
croup but It theirs In II et.
I of Orovesdale and beyond bruohlt. was lot 11 he Koiittivrn'H Palm Minlted" for Eliot nnd Ilm "rhlcnica tor Northwent itollilthrough
t" anil for Hpnclitl"
In This after
,, Crescent City. too consumption whore His first wife, the mother of Will- tritlim. FltU'Hb .'u.ln I ,." ... KlrHt'OliuM ni"rvlru oil trill a.. 'rhe HoutharnItallwuy
having traveled pretty much over are looking particularly thrifty tlu.ro Is dllUcu t expectoration and IIIIM the twHt dining oar Hurvlue Apply to any Tit lu't AKiitit for reiwrviitloiiH.H. .
Mrs.! J. A. PhilllpM( rutui-nod fromlIoiulerHonvUle ( Just and while thero does not coughing during the night nod,. moinInga 11\1 Hooper( the alleged murderer, V. cAtty, Hortila ,- *ict,
the whole state .and having 1)1)\V. ills .Jiu'kMonvllle.NOTICE .
I N. (J. lust Tluirndiiy. spent llioru la nothlug like. Qeiuiau HyiII this infatuation. Her belief Hay ; ,
several winters at other resort towns appear to be a great quantity of fruit" p. Huld by all druKKL In 'the clvllUadworld. reH..nt..t In mormontsm and she ---- -- -_. ._ .===== ,
Hertlo Ijoiiiidn IIIIH uuteretl the departed(
:Mr nll.llrHo\( l\"xvn there l is no questIon but that thetrees You can get this reliable remedy Parties
slate ani'lcuHural college ut Luke wereaccompuii- sought a divorce In the civil courts, Tax Deed Under Meotton of Chapter wantog'I
considering the slight at Crescent I
damagedone atone City.
led by Mrs. Maxell's mother, Mrs Lln.'d'ug I
4fHH Laws of Florida. t
and moved from taking
City Y Woodbury, N. J. away Utah
Crawford and two sons, who hitvo by the cold IiiHt winter have OIIEN children. Notice 'la hereby given thatY.. S. BERMUDA ONION
with her the
Mr.( inul Mrs. E. A. TfoRitrtli of taken the Hntchlns cottage next added niiifli to their bl'llrlnlcnll! ( \- younger The Mld.l.ton. purchaser. of T.x CertllUate

Friillland were In the city l ami for a time gave them a home. IHIIO, snld oeitllluate In my
the Tablet ('lirdlitish Moian hI
of Mr. IlliuihclllI! will not have says
i year.. .._. of condition : When he went to London to negotiate ofllce, and has made application for tx SEED
much fruit this but the trees -
Norton luui year :
Mivxter Klu sbury entered v >o IBBUO In accordance with .
see a decreaseof which
never-ceasing a loan to build a railway ..e.
the Moody Hchool for boy In Another. One of Our .Stores. are large and appear to have grown while certificate ombrauoa the '"
population, so that GH) tollowh.j
yearsago he Intended to lay between Halt Lake should place their orders now. elsa It
MtiHHnchiiHetta.Mr! On,, of the best equll'l'edl\lllll'lolIH- considerable during the minim r we hud more than 7tlt5).tMO< ) ( ) of ...801Ib..d property situated In '
inhabitants City and D.nverhis' sons, John Wesley County Florida, wit: will be too late t get a supply J
appointed store rooms In thi'tucity Mr. Hlnchlilf Always' hoops his today commencing anew t
: and Mrs J. L. Maull ore ex- intly we lira not more than and William Hooper were members Lots 1, 2. 3. 4 5. 7, 8. 17, 18. blkl8.- .
establishment of C. L. In high Btate of cultivationThe Fresh Garden Seed '1
l Is the grove
I lot) aures.Tho .
jicfttiiKH visit from their Ron, iVii1wIiol4e ",.Wn.IMNI."Al< ). of the household over which his SI.Hlma.
Chiiinburlin. Mr. Clmmberlln's storeIs sumo l is true of the property( of a result of emigration fromIrulanti's said land 1 bnlng assessed at the '
home hiw been In New York i wife Luelln presided. They weregiven ,dnte of the Issuance, of such certificate For Fall
liirge. two story building tho upper r.V.. J. Norton. The old Hart shores new Irelunds I Planting;
for the eight such schooling as possible In the of Flu. Finance Co. Unless
pimt yearn.1rluo side W"1 name
side of tho up on every gird-
story being fitted up for H public grove on th. opposite Hprlnl'lng
reserved for exhibits hInd <1 with friendly nations In London. etl'l l certificate shall be redeemed a cording Have arrived.If .
ttpncli already hall with stage. ft h Wild, now the property( of 'Squlro wherever the language could not to law, tax tlnad, will issue thereon

at the state fair will occupy The store and hall was completed Harp, Is also looking w..l. Thotrees the British emplie holds or scepter of Much an arrangement "I the 20th day of Oct. A. D. 11)1)11.) you are going to plant A garden, bet ,
last however. When John W.Young
throe-fourths of the Interior of the s\oy. Witness ofllolnl signature and snal ter see us.Loand's .
Just before the 1B04-U5) freuzo: and at are not so large as of his "No KngriHh-HpeHklng country Is my ,
main/ tent, 2ox150) foot In sUe.Flerre that; time there was a robust drainntle nelgbors, but It now begins to look so remote but Krln's sons will be returned to Utah to build his railway this the 17th day of September, A. D.
found the most William Hooper came with 11112.:
Unutior I lilts been here dur- that had goodly like coming property. 'SquireIburp's among enlightened JOSEPH: Drug Store
club In town I and tho most industrious of Us citizens him, and when the father returned [Seal] PRICE. I

InK the past week taking a rest from admixture of nerve nnd talent$; .and old hammock grove Is said to : foremodt in love and Justice, in to London the young mmi was left to Clerk Circuit Ct Putnam Co. Florida

his Inborn! tin agont for the Atlantic. It Walt to provide place for the club's be one of the most beautiful sights of hatred of tyranny and In defense offr..dom. Crescent City:
make his own way. There wee no NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Coast Line at Lorigwood. hall fitted of the In the neigh If we have gone we will
entertainments that the Will nny young Iro'es be sure to come back to motherland."I 1 place for him lu the linme of the Tai Deed Uudi Bwtlou 8, of Chapter

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of ItunthiKton up with stage llxtures, boxes andn'l borhood. I Is so protected by thank the Almighty that I was favorIte wife, and he wax sent tnt 4H8K, Laws of Florida Executor's Notice.Notloo .

have been entertaining; anilenjojlng !! the necessary accessories" a comfortably forest trees on all sides that few ever horn In I Ireland poor Ireland. sulfurIng to a cattle ranch owned by his fatherIn Notice Is hereby given of Tux that W.(C'ertilluate B. Mid- 'IH hurtitj nlvtm tlmtalt, montha otter

Mrs. J. K. theater. Ono or get agllmpHU of It. Ireland 1. holy Ireland. I venerate .le."n. purchiwt-r' hue tint, huroof will anal
a vlalt from equipped northern Arizona and then was |present our iwOfiiniu >
doted the 3d of A.1J
day ,
the of lrn. July nuil ,, Still. AHk to be UlitoharKiMtfrom .
of Arthur Lane the Irelllld' .
Brown of Baltimore, JIil.Wallaco two plays" were given and orowI..1Ihou..ell \ The groves : footsl..I', Hniictnurles; lienWllysill3 brought north again to work upon IbOU. bl. tiled Bald certlfluate( In my of- the fiirllinr atliiilnlBtrallon of the eautta
KroH. and Dr. 'E. K.: Jenkins 8"lnt. of. Iikt4i of illS ..f Piitimmauil .
greeted the performances.Mr. Ingall llce, and has made application for tax "r.llot..I. .uuty f
Harp In home on a vacatlon graves. I love her Ilu'borB. the railway linn. He wits then or luluV.
1 o.nl
In all In fine condition and thoroughly clued Issue In aocordaure with law H".a .. 01.124
started to .
Chamberlln had are her rivers, her lakes. I rejoice W R.
but milTerlng from an attack ill years old. He was left practically .. .
the fol
umbraoea owingdesutlbud ,
with cultivated. Mr. Lime and her blue mountains, her Held ourtlllcate li tiOWAHT
of chllla and fever Hu IB. now the business about 14 years ago streams her mossy I homeless and to his own devices.!' property situated" la Ap M Brno KxDoutora. I'Executor's

"iiRcnt of the I'. };. C. ity., at Hast Mr. f, B. Cone In brick store bulll the Ingiills Bros have considerablefruit. cherish every undulating loaf of her plains.forests One of the sons of John. W. Young county, Florida, lo wit: Put.b

ings.K. ft for their purpose on the lot east of Dr. Jenkins will have some.. overy flower of her meadows, every md disappeared and nothing hits All blk 55, fatsuma.The Notice.Notice .
Mrs. Hhaw'g millinery! store, but this Mr. Swabey's trees are also looking nhumrock of her green hills. Ho been heard of him since by his fain ..1<11"01 being assessnil at the In' hereby live 'h".lx months .fe
:. H. Williams writes from :New date of such certificate tlnta ", uuulnlHtrT.
remains |)
long as life It be Islnooot 11.0.
owl. 1011
was' Inter burned to the ground. wel.i wil my Iy. Another a full brother after a the of Flit Flnamiel'o. Unless fluikl a ami ,, 0)
York that he IH looking forward with prayer that faith, hope charity in name r'it'tJ: ,.
l Is always well i Across the railway track the'grove 1\1 of Putnut,0000tv YluurlIsftnl *!
Ills present store wild had to the penitentiary said t-ertilli'ate shall be rednnmeil nooordlag iuIrlhr
much) pleasure to his accustomed tripto the virtues typified by triple leaf career, gone olmrifiHl from the .1.'I..Uo"O!til.
stocked with what might bn termed of Deacon, K.: H. "Stone; stands nlone of.tha( dear little sacred plant, may for robbery. William Hooper to I/w. tax deed will IBSUA thureon eNtItle 01 W.A. Wooll, d.

Crescent City this winter. Mr. general merchandise!, though dry In Its glory. Mont of the other Il'oves every day abound more and more was turned from his fathers employ, on thfl 2Uth dny of Ootober. A.D. 10la.Witness This Juno U. 'I. 8.
Williams has Just moved to hit new have Krln's sons." my official signature and seal Jun 10lt 1 TURNER .
sho.ud in thnt among
goods, gents furnishings, neighborhood and when about 21 old 1. begun .
roMldonce 54J west 147th street.Duvld it years thin the 17tli'day of 8.pt. A. D. lima.S.'al
groceries are the leading depart- abandoned but Mr. Htone, now Do You WAsr TO YAWN J lU career of which took | | JOSEPH FBIL'E.

Ditwes has received I a large inentH.. Mr. Chamberlln U the local seems will soon be rewarded for his Foci aching In the him almost wllld"rlnl OlO oiul of the lurk Ct. Ot. of Putnam County Flol.tdl. WELCH & SANDUSKY,
HhipniMiit of fertlll/er with which to in the west- 00I''Jh'v"rlog8. ----"
: The -
: Hamllton-Hrown, trees: -
agent for big perseverance. bones headache, aud earth to the other.
urge his celery and other crops to Shoe company of St Louts, and he sru half of his grove show the effects great depression en..rIY., symptoms may For a time several years afterward W. B. 8 HOT WELL Physicians and Surgeons, .

the front. Mr. DIIWBH believes In carries Intge stock of the leading of lust winters cold, but despite be fol owo by he"dlho. hIgh fever he scorned to be'underthe good Influences Will b at their offloe In CRESCENT

"pushing thlllg UM our old phlloHOpher both for this they have mnde much progress ..xtr.m. oervol.o..s. a condition known Builds : Row : Boats, CITY
men and
mnkei of this company as malaria. Her blow cures It. Take It of his mother, but his wild on Tbursay., Fridays Saturdays ,

friend used to put It. woman and chll.lren. These shoos during the summer. The elHt..rl before the dt-eOl8 gets a fair bold, habits had become too strong, and Repairs boii18 biigHies and makes all of each week.

Mrs Mary E. Smith has returned are all guaranteed by the milker. hn If of the grove bus considerable hough It will work a cure In any stage about four he: broke away kinds of wood woi'k repairs at his shoplurear ',
whole bus been J F. A. Manche toy Kan., writes t t'I ye/tlllgo of his MEAT' MARKET Office on Central Avenue.
to her home In Welclivllle Maine Mr. Chamberllu has always been a 'rnlt. The place iopkl.s. from her and started for London, Creaonnt city Hu.

after a pleasant summer passed with leader In thn better class of hats carefully attended us the trees bear '>,iuu, for o..d several your years.great Th.r.".lolnA.. nothn Her. Hinting for his father, to demand aIvlng. butlifactor work guaranteed at mod-
relatives of her lute husband In Ks- shirtM. neckwear, and goods for men, evidence.. better for malaria obil. and fever, He arrived In New York ret prices.Washington. .4 X. Spen.cor; .

Sex, Ontario. It is (possible that Mrs.Hnilth as well as In the character of his dry ----- headache, biliousness, f.r a blo. without money, and worked his way I .

may return to Crescent City goods for women and his stock this 1'OMOVA.C. purltylcK" toulo, thor Is as to London on board a stealnablp.C Dentist.

this winter and her home., be has yet ood.( Boo at Aokerman A St..w..t'", I .
reopen Is fully up to any --
year and Lounda' store Ores e
H. PIlII'r returned home 1'.l tk. drug D .
A. J. Mlllith of Huntington usually had' even In more prosperous times. ( cent City. Park Street near Pot OOlce.
him peutly of guava along with a Ills grocery department U always nut week quite ill. We hope to soon William Hooper, however foundno I

bountiful supply of other fruit and supplied with things to tempt the appetite lear of his recovery. The Coming Man. welcome from his father. He was Crescent City. Florida.

although his gunva busheS were protected and his trade reaches out Miss Emma Olmstead left here Prof. W. J. McClee of the United nrnlshed with money to return lo Only $17.15 JOHN VINCENT. D. Q. II.w

last winter, something hllllIntl'erered over a good share of the peninsula.
to give him a very anmll ---- she will enter school. We wish her aid nuke down this )hIH""pe about the coining to rehabilitate himself. By this time, From Palatka. HAIR CUTT1NU IN ,APPROVED-. STYLES. 1

Uetth sig lleiuly For Winter.Jlr. treat auccens. however, ha had become a confirmed
crop. nau i"He CHILDREN'S WORK A ftPKUlALTY.Th .
J. A. McOasklll the Denver nurseryman nnd Mrs. W. C. Norton returned Arnold Harmon has been visit- will be white. His average wanderer, who preferred to live by hon tut*, equipped visit
ihlght and weight will be greater. wits. Home of hit relatives in rorreapoudlnirly, low rate from other flew soil modnrn other comfort.
U amount of week from the North Carolina father fc>r thn past week. Mr. hil r:
budding large lout UK his ( UM lieiul will ba larger. His hands points "'IntO. round trip toket My n..r kepi In .. ; only olsen
Hour nursery stock. Mr. MrUuMklH\ nouiitahi resort where they have Inrinon spent the summer la the und brain will he better co-ordinated. this city aided him materially and on a/ll. 3. 5 and 6, Imlt tow ar 0"'and 0\10..sag juarantesdp.rtest

states that nurserymen now have been since the middle June. Iloth north, and is now returning to Us vision will be stronger; his sense saw that he obtained good employ pztoiusioniOn. adtltooal. to .. .r.tlnn.-

little trouble in disposing; of all the are greatly Improved health and Winter Park where he will take up or smelt moreleut.., and, his hearingand mont, but It was not long before the 8 Account U. extra charge
the workof sense of toatemore delicate. OM discovery was made that he spent for fast time! or the luxurious strvloe of DUOATIONUji! S1
orange and grapefruit trees they can 11I ave entered heartily upon hilt studies again. the wi 0 e, the man of the future will New Initial Line at Jacksonville
furnish.Fred drove Hall for the reception MUldluton visited Jacksonville the money he thus obtained on women ItnuiohM, ''' Iftoghi witliwe ..
W. S. .
preparing he stromiur In stature and weight. ; **- .l.. 1'lllOYflM'tt. ".ten drill yes
Anderson has been'employed ( of their fall and winter one day last/ week. He will live under universal re and drink. Southern Railway **Ml h>| ".t :a." ";;
government. Dispute will Ha left Halt Lake City about -
to denorate the walls In guests. school Sept. 22d withal (mblloRI
and ceilings Our (
ololel be settled by courts various m.gIltldPH. and It was understood
the house was years I
both the residences of Hon. EdwinJiibert : Early: In the spring attendance twenty under the There will be universal that ag had again undertake 'losl'luzurious trains in 300 New ricking Boxes
and all that now remains bil
( plastered, Miss Miller. of all
newly of
and, that of Miss Ullbert, on ruardlunship composite present ,
Is to decorate the "Klng-I to reform him. He lived much ofth. lined and handled, at prloe.

Miss Summit street. It Is understood that walls, (to and be thin done will be done in each R. C. Middleton spent several days tongle' _ _ tile with her Seattle, and attempted the world. Also boxes made up.one-hal Hoop and
Ulllert week.
coining last
contemplates south
down do work but
and attend to the regular fall oTR.a to new.pupPI paper.
down quite early. room) Mary Smith left here last Who would keep their children in 18 month ago he to Every morning at g o'clock. Ever J. Weatherhce
Mr. house cleaning. 111.1 where she health, should watch for the Mrst .g abut returne evening al 7 :&5 o'clok. from
and Mrs. M. H. Read returned Hall will for Jacksonville 3alt Lake City and then on to 4 miles west of Crescent Cltv.
By November first Grove toniC of worm. and' thom with yule his; less than stf hours to Washington -
from a pleasant .uinm r's outlusr at bell) better shape than ever to cater will visit her brother. White's Ura Varmluga.rm(aYe In la the NeW York having told his friends via Railway. City tlrk-

Buxinrd Bay, Mnsa., early last week, to the comfort ot Its large and constantly The Misses Delia, Nora and Cora children best tonlo It get digestionat that his father would help him. et flO. lut..r W. Bay StresS, Ja"k>oo- A cordial! Invitation In extended't>.

both greatly Improved In health. growing contingent of winter Mlddletou are with us again, attendIng work so tha food does them Those who knew him her believe YII.11. Full Information can be ob- all Iodine to come ant see olr el.gn. .""

Mr. Huad i visitors. Tim coming" season gives good and they grow up healthy and de. display of Fall Millinery \
says that after leaving of guest! school hero. that be ha remained a mormon, taloe '

Massachusetts, they spent some time than promise ever of a before greater, and Dumber/ many are The O.E. was led by Miss .trDI.?alatl .; 15o and at Louoda"Aokerma drug A ton Stewart's, OrwoeotOity -, pltobl wandelni. HI" lather 1 I. U. J' Carey, D. P. A., day Thursday and Friday, Otbr'' '

in put New time York with and old that friends h*_.had a pleas- ;I already luoomuiodatloui.speaking In Advance for Or"or ( Ueetlnl. mown t b ebnl tha Iab. Jacksonville, Fla. a I and 10 Mrs. 1 W..W IUTI ",v. .If 'I

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J. D. Lane ot the Atlantic Const nl r---
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( Palatka News Line la visiting binfamily fora few 'TWO MEN KILLED :
t lays WffiLSf
; Women Need
; and Advertiser The first of the season's, entertainments :

_ /at the oppr.i' hoiiHH will nectar _
next, Monday\ ", nlirht I when Harry .

W"Ht, nnd his company r t of entertainers AM Bomy oulle.1til aeonntant supply of material
wt IH :\IOCIt\'I'1 C "SU.\II:11. i : I'I': : will I 1 preNKiit" I musical. fair.altil. Anoler their ynteia break blo.mallno eonmantdmln. or OurHOWARD

1r' 3 I rninc'ilv, "Tlio Oilier t Follow." I His --- 'h. vary moment tOurs In ItuiU of bl- Showing

For ltnllfil" Slut"** SnnilUM': said there" are coat to pretty' plilH .anil or when the blood Is Im v..loho.the
\ _ ; srKI'UKN' U MAL1.U1IV funny comedians! .., In the company... 01 Early appears upon tile face In or traitor.
? _ ., I TIme nMo"Dr.ktartersiron Ton
por Mon," iOonKri Mi"--Simimtl illHtuuiir .: Thorn of Resul Moring Bole rmoJ .
k k w. IMVIHVnr was a large gathering .I.mel tla panttuuiumroondltton. -- -
.. yoinIK society people' at, the A 1'11I01'IIllo1'ht \' welt Una of moa hundred thou* STYLE. -
A CInptrII..r I'. <|IIOUM : last the occasion. being mi Informal 01 lost 8lly. I nda of women look jounirer and mada tbemfeel I
,, 1 dance the Uniirds. GBOrelOwn I even'Dun"o than they loke Ifc not onirestores Shirts Neckwear,
For *.o..r'. of smleiII given by New .Hall Suits Hats i
but Is
4 a.rD"'b. .ut astoat's ,
I LAVUIIAUKOIIU.For The (Innclng begun at H)0:!) ) ..o'clock' and an.rl' I IS
for all
"I : .. .. JuntU'A\VM.I "IIIIUKIIII.P"r H"'om." .Court). mill I about twenty .numbers. were I Indulged The Dead Buried-Living Participants -I liar t the an.o.tln. .ourm aur beouuite almenIJ'rmo..a Etc. It

llnllnmil\ OninnilHuliuinret, ill. Thirty couples' were arw eases. I Ipplie. Juitwbat nature needs Underwear, 1
and brtim
\ every one expressed in Jail.
4 It I11| |>SOM ttDKltJBKfl.llHUS t beltb. j
I : / '" 11, IUIDWNK. attractive clothing -
\ For Hlntn' Albirnny. i Thu. J'lIlntkn I CII limits lln,11R get. Because of n dln.r nee regarding S p5 The swellClothing dresser who adopts .'
$ t Nh.Ui: M. AM.UI'.ll. Iliig better. and' butter, nr itiu'h iiplienrnnce Hie. ownership of certain fishing the cultured drescr who appreciates gen.: I
,cn : Fur $tat.. Hnnitbirtfilth, DlHt.i ) as all will testify who atcndikd "lull'IIIOlt. Oeoi'go Parker Dr. Harter'siron business man who favors
K..tIULI. the
and Hinds of teel
ti4 ': this concert given at the stand. 'I'"nl stylshness.
For find
l C G ILtiiiritHimuitlvoatK, M"IIA'HlR' lust (Saturday:! evening. The numbers (Ueorletown. a battle WI fought on the sorts are sure to
t 4' t : JOHN 1'. WALL rendered, weru mostly. new. amidlllluulr I the latter plane at an y I \ in store.
O) For Ounnly' TrRntjnrnr: I plents. but they were playeilIn early hour lost Hiinday lornlnl. Tonic SSS/, I I \ of their choice our
W M. J. KOCNN 10m.\'. u most masterful. anil ilnisnoil. which, for vigorous bloot ( I I\I

4' : For Count:' \ TrtC!. ;.iu.r': milliner to the delight of a highly marks. thu /.iMilth of crime In the hitter \' I "Old Reliable" In quality, but "up-to-the-

*S ,', A.M. ( Ii[ 11'lined, assemblage of I towns people. > lay history of 1'uliiiun comity.AH In style is run
r For'tiolilltv' Titx AMHimmiria. a result of the battle WUlltim \
( I iu'i.i.Aiu' Tliu .steamer of Jacksonville I
v. ) ) City !f\
k, r. liellnmy and itenrira Parker Jr.ire strengthens debilitated orffftna. tfves tone and I TAILOR
For pitrvlHor' of HuitlHti'alloiiIIKNW : will resume Its rUcrrun next "Sunday; lamlatty to muaolea and Hmmenui, roundS out lofl;>mg.or .
dead and Albert 1 1I
Mixer .
"" 1-F.rKllMASM.: UeorgeParker Strous Bros.
when It will make I he Initial trip' for sr. T. H. Yarn wiuteu tluuei mad .Dew. tbe vtiror or the nerv- $ Ilgb Jrt \ MADE 1
,' 'F For D..rII."hllo< InHtriiutlnniH the season to "Sandtord; arriving nereabontHp. Duo eyiuiin. It belt qutoUy and juftfc aa. I .
In for murder. .rIJ '
J. 111 LUU UN Sr.
111'1",1' and .
I JILI permanently.LOIM
o in. The steamer iiirlved .WnIi.drob l
I.. K'lUCKtll:/ I
Injured on the but It of of ambition. !/ Sho"ing1ill i ,
LAUAN I'lllUK. in JnckHimvllIe enily last week Hlncc apptit n"oun. U,,.
,, which I time It has been. ho will recover. palna In be. buck kldne,.llmba. mue* .50C"I Kllio j
FArCniinly OninmlNNlonure' : undergoing n infants shoe. .
) .. From that can' be from ames.. ,are by Dr.Uarter'slronTonlo. The best
It '
F. *. F1SA11NH1UK( little the ILl le.rlled 11 0. Patent '
hands of
JOHN IIAM'01" aliiters., retouching the / conflicting .stories us to I!I I 1ill, The best child school shoe. . . Si.oo... Kid,
11 'r W .ii. AI.I.I.N l> the of the the News Inuiablud The following la one of thouaanda of similarendonemenu set
r 4.'HTltirKLANO: .( There'll bn something doing, sure. ,' 01'11f1.only to Imko bAte the that we b.v r.la. I J 1/11:1/ :I The best misses school shoe. . . $1.25. THAT THIS
t J.I. lO(4fa.US.( ( Colowh.1
It will be a match gamu of base bull to be
between bankers and professional lecpsBiii'ily Incomplete I I I Ho..tn Teian. Deo. 4. 1M1. f The W. L. Douglas Shoe for boys prove
: "
ulcture. My father his .. your medicine..In.he other make. i
."" "" "" "" "" "" men on one side and men in vulgai" Parker Il'. and Frank Hinds had War. and when I married In December. 11 Icommenced as good as two pairs of any .
trod' ," on the other. The gnino will '
had houeekeeplnir with
4: -. $ City Bapp nin3 and $ im piny, ,'11 at I the balll'ILrk on Friday the 80mp Hulling partnership bUHlliess.. arrangementIn Their( Jointrperiitkitis Harter's Iron ''nlo. one bottle one of hie Wild [ mon Street / Tar--IS (I.,MAR*
m (Out. 17th, toad the proceeds will go to ,. bad. bosh In the neighborhood Cherry Bitters and two boxes or hIs Little Ltv .DEO

; 4 $ Personal mutl n. $ the public library'. Of course. very of Georgetown. Then there .er"Pllla Looking I'am now nearly I feel sixty-two. years the of 1 1. m) i1leyer Palatka florida Oil selL CVERV

body will wunt to go.( was a blkwa.d .Ltbo. ,u Euct RcrrodiKMlun ,
r till cv.
."" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" partnership "HI.ItIjI.ent. old medlcinei and would not ob..a. ..for L
Miss\ Kate I. Lucas makes announcement t Ilnd. claiming tlnifc 1.'ker < any of the n.won.mode." -
John)) lli'llllii' "l''lIt t SSuiHliiy! III St. of her annual 1 fall inilliiury advantage of him u I Mrs. J. J Picket ,
I opening in another cot ion of the The .dllR-1 I I
Atigtastliiu.n tt itt ti. money. 1'. n MEnnn.L.PUK..IDRNT. .
n t! j Horace \Veller spent Sunday* / Lmliefl who have vlsitiid 1 her well other equipment were left In possosHloii (1.60 gisnsntas that abe.estlmoal I'_m"leU' ) A. E. WILSO4. GEO. I E.Vies WELCH:J'I'IIDRs'r.' CA.RIER'I a.p RES C RIP T I ION S

-iiliH'i'1'' nnd popular riots UII of llindH, and this '' '
& Jacksomllle.U. pat property, Every bottle of Dr. Carefully Compounded"
>I'e\'lolll1 occasion know that the Parker Intel-mined to secure. I It IKihited Oar
t 1 hers Iron Tonlo has THE Bank
1 I. Thlgpeii, Hustlng, was a visitor coming( exhibit means. much In the Hint be had obllh"n advice .C..nL.trade.ummimrkon Putnam National This is an old {
; here bumliiy.Harold artistic display.' There will from an attorney .' 1..1. accept a amiarsay.
f WilY pointedant .
on Dr. Barters.TH in fact it is
Kellgan$ went to HnmpHon! therefore, be the usual crush.. the 1"KlmelhOI of procedure to r' .ub.lt.I-ln. : Pals i ing ; ,
City on Friday. hfads.sIyb7 Of have
secure i some druggists
J. II. Wiley the Interliichcn nur- I ( DR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY forgotten
;, C. '1'. I'l'Ice spent' a fow hours In suiyinaii" wax In the city last week. : Hinds had also, it lit claimed. l"en'' OHIO We 8olcllth.accounts of the ppoplo throughout Putnam County. ami tanner ail what it We have

p the city last .Sunday. Mr. Wylle recently sold lo.CHK) citrus ,mi attorney who had advised. him to M.. .1.o DAYON.. ....WId a'". and ammminwlatloiis, .iruurtitutrrmt, with mni U""khll. means. not
.. .
Clarence %liyerwiis a visitor to Ht.AngUHtiiie fruit trees. to n Cuban; colony. The r..ltloH.es..lon of the property. .1. .n. .. -- We believe it is the most in>
itc laHt humbly. ngmit of the colony was In Interlnchen Ignoring advice-of l Itis> attorney yea .u. BT.*. Attend This. Mot-ting.' NOTICE OF APPLICATION liOn TAX portant thing in our business.
last week and wits HO well plenseci Pinker and hU lon, young Doud Uii'ler Kei.'tUm' uf Chapter
Mrs. 4111
of Federal I
a visitor' Dtipunt in I'nbitkii( last Point. was with his purchase that he left an order man some 25 yearn of ago, started and rnothcrnrrlved too late to attend. There will lie I meeting( of cit h.i'ns Laws of Florida.NnttuH We not only do_>it carefully-
Y. t ; Saturday. for 6.INH .additional. tie also out lost Saturday afternoon In a Albert Mixer Is. a IIIHII about 51)) at the council chambers at II p m. to- l IH hi'ioby' (ilv.n tInt, W. 8 but do it ,
Walter lllllliird madu" H business. gave Mr.'yIlr' nn order for SMIOIH xmall boat for (Georgetown determined years of age and a 1"lh..lor. Hehas hiy to make III'r"n/"It'lItll for I the, 'I piiivhuui r ot Tux (Vilincnto we quily.
:; trip down tile eimf. coast, last week.Judge trees for next season's. delivery.The to get possession. of the disputed Iv81 lear Georgetown for the >roper rl.eept III n IIwn I hll.'lfl, d"t'dtho 3.1. lav July A. D., 1
'1r 4 J. C. Vertrees. goes''' to :Nnshvlllo annual election of officers. nets. 16 Is said that In the past years. Owns an orange groveon ;of the TWO H VNJHUl: AND 1 KIKTY I IH'IU' 'has Mloil mtlllmte, In my .

Ic. .ftt r, today for u thrue weeks'. visit.. of the Little Jewels, an auxiliary night they .secured their boat to the Drayton Island, and Is postmaster delegate. to 1111'1aI's fluid IIHS tutu Bull'" a|<|i'li.atiiii' | for tnxl ;po:: R-0 US I

S Mrs li. C. 14iitlIII1g'' Is home from, n society. of Kt James Methodist .steamer Fearless and got n tow as at Georgetown.. He hat always C'ongiess' who will visit 111111 I <.1.'e.l..'l to IriHiie In a cr'I"o") with ,law 1LAPLASTERs I

k; : summers. outing the coast/ at ( ootiJ 1. church, took, place last Saturday at 11 tar IIM J'OI.t Hates. where they again/ maintained an excellent reput"lol Saturday night\ and Sunday. all Siilil ( ortlllcftto ../bracle ) following for ache and palm of til humankind
c I meeting of the .society held nt th put oil their small holt, and In ''a mlL of peace.W. attend_this le clPScrlbiHl, |'in>niily" .lluatiil) In Putnam
ull.Mrs. which, later In the night, they 1'' B. Yarn lives In the-nfilgh- S -
approached I Florida,
.. Kteltis luwruturned from quite residence,, ot Mrs. J. N. KlackwellThu : County, to wit :
tn.t. ( a .sojourn in the. iiiountithis. of ICastCoininlxhiuner duel Ion resulted In the choice The (leoigetown of tin dock."' did borhood of J'ru 1 111d.. Has He Is beRtknowll"1obe" The Count TIIXCN. Ilk bIt, tin), ill.. 64 rtat' ,iiraa, I Icr.,. A Porous Plaster that is once
4s of Mrs J. N. Klackwell olcal'l1 'lrl'HI always .. said anil assessed at I timr
president; The books. of Tax .. Bollard
Alla..lr h,111
not see t.h. at any time on a good fellow but identified by the of
Mrs. U. A. rega.ld I ] of the such cfrtlfli'HtP) name
4i vicepresidentMrs. ; .thich have bt-eu b dftl
Hancock, HUHtwlck.WI18 the up trip. It Is .stated flint Jack He was employed / JiiHt 111.1\IV",1| >
I In town J. X. Walton secretary am trl"p eCIltrlc. the thai In the imini'uf Tin Flnutice Co. Unless needs no further evidence of
tiuturday: night for nslioil Green of Ft. Uates .saw them and by Frank Hinds as a fisherman.Ucorga county cOII.I .
lrH.V.. Wattles: Mr... sid I curtlllcute eliall be. soooHInK
: while. the total assessment hi (the county IK red..pn1d
talked with them late tAint
nl..ht.tbal. .
Parker has been
A. U. Philips, JIIV.,. A. Waltoi : .I' fishing ti aw, tax deml, l therpon reliability. It is a positive
4f and ) from which there will lie ,'IIR.u.r
$ .
James W. Smith their mission on the Johns for about 2(1(I
't anti James. .617.l4.
flay he'III1..d :
and 1\1 I'M. Fred Donning selected. 3'etr. the 20lh dnvof 1902Vltiie ) I
were ., on
J r are doing thu nights,,, III Wosliingtaml ... th.m to away. working here winters and .. |39lkMtY4.) ( Thix includes and quick cure for coughs
as the social committee. keel lI"u..ly \ M ulneml, nn I Heal. I ,
poll taxes, as us my
'Th 1JSew'uk., In some It IH supposed summers. Last y"ar his $1.147111 w..1 t21VI .1jIA'I'O colds aches and
The funeral of Parker thin the 17th day of I \W2) pains.
i1 young one that Hinds got word of the comingof family, consisting of an invalid wife, for j'lorlholl1 t.pt.
Mi Maud ..
** 1'rlddy him accepted a of the victims of the (Ueol'g..towlItrllgClly the Parkers lund that he set a daughter, and the murdered the. Hub-school, districts.lime | 3rii1) .IOIEllpnU'E.
t' vv position Kate L. J.IICIM.in the, miliiiery, store or Miss\ : of last Sunday occurred guard to protect his netll. Hinds. came hers to reside permainently.son 101011.. a IOHS on renlly and Clerk tt. Ct. of PUIDLO lolnty. City Drag ..Store.II. .
from Uerhor and. K"in
himself III and did not com They rented the old at / .
\ Darby place
; d Mr. mill Mrs.! Pony of Kdgnr: spent aHtlLbll.hll1ont'l'u"HIII.y afternoon III out, hit his friends. Albert Mixer, KntloRton and made that their home. In property\ of $lXitlN( ), a to- NOTCE OF APPLICATION FOB ,
a few day in the city this week on ii.r two o'clock. This service as well as W. T. B. Varnes and' Wm. T. Uella- The, horror of this Georgetown tiil loss. of about $71lMsl.' ) Tlx ...! L'mli'r hi'i-tlon I of Chapti --

I .I4Itopiiugtrrtir., that at the grave, was conducted by mv, I hut latter his brother-in-law affair hans been the talk. of the city One thing that ImprusHed the coinin 4HH8 Luna i"f FiorulaMotlue ,
: r Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jell\'rIY"lId,, KHV. Douglas Matthews\ of St.: Mark each armed with n trim entered thu this week, Many throw the bulk or Issloners. us well us. nil i who ha-.n > i is. h'r..bYIM"( tlmt W. S. rut hai. .
.t, 4_ L.L the yiiiing folk have returned l from Kplscupal: church. The father oft \varehonse on lAin Ueorgotwn dock blame on the defenders of the prop sum them Is. the abmilntn accuracyand dli-Wn |uirc'hiisi.r of Tnx Certificate No. t.oi'sur UAlLltV. flitM II I I IIAIID I

"zr their :Sew )'ork lilp. t elm boy, held 1 at the jail for complicity and lay in wait for the arrival of the erty at Georgetown. Others. neatness of Mr. Iliilhird shuokH. 125-2,
J. W. UllsMon. thu 1 prominent. lloxt- In the melee was permitted to attem. Parkers. the burden of blame on I the .Inct Thpre Isn't. a blot or blemish 'liatt II I hIsittri' II my oilluB, ate e.1n lOPfR IIAILEY & Ce.

fo ;u. wick inercliant. w.is a business vixl- the .service and he with the sorrow The first that was seen of the Parkers Hit It Is that both purtlei (ill them, and It Is. 10llblfllilf I here Is I hiia, uiuilw lplh'IIIII fut 'deed. to Is-. i",
; r t tor In town Se urday. I lug mother' and sister, constituted the OH the Georgetown dock was. to the fight 8pl"rl.nt .. and that another tax .." I. Flulld. who chili In Ico'.rdll"O h luw, Sinai ocr.
K'4 A The JllIMH..s Alice ILlld Laura White- chief mourners. lt was a sad. spec along about o'clock: In the morning nil were armed. can show a record' of greater' extpllence t tlcat.eml>racea the fritowing ileacrlber Fire Insurance:

% .side have returned from tuclc when Fred Priest, engineer of the, The prrllininary examinations of In book keeping.. 1"'Ip"rly' situated. In Putm'l County
:! to .Denver, CVlor.ido.a protractedvisit IHIUIC, Flitch, a highly respeclei, Fearless, heard Home one moving Parker, Mixer and V.rl wil be h.ld --..*- rinililato' wit: Leading'American ami KoreignCompanies. -

citizen of Hastings tiled suddenly .hOIt on' the boat. Me cllell. supposing before Judge"C'oxe at a not yet Henry L. bliattuiik, of Shnllabiirg, 1..1 1, 2. 3, blk 4 and lot 2 blk. .13-30nir
CarllllaCanova. left thin morning" at his home at that place lust Sunday it Will oilo of than 11\IIH, determined.l'"or Iowa was toured. of A stomach troubli' a, Halniiiiin.The .
u ; for lalni'Mille. where. he will cii tel afternoon( nt 11:45: o'clock, of par /out Instead. It proved to be the old -5- -...-- with which he hail, b"on, nutlet*d forYO"I paid Innil, lining aH8OpfMl( at thi '

2us the I hunt tlorlda ".Seminary.' nl.VHls. ,, ngml 57 years. Mr. Futcl man 1'arker, who polnUng to the New Court House. by four lioxns of CliiinilM'rlnln'h, iliitnnf I tbn IsHintnt'e ol, mirb. ""rtl'ltl- Accident Insurance
The family I of Mrs.1 t Jt ugh tttrt n IN wIts a lust lye l-loridlan, a formec'lllzen warehouse, wanted the 1 Btuiimi'li and Liver Tablnts. lie hail, tin) nniiia of Fin Flr.ance) C ''II"H" :

now occupying 1 tliu. west half. ot the of this county residing III men were who weru Inside.. Priest The melt, lag of the county commissioners previously tili'il many other sulil e.'llotl uliall bo rod'Oed ae-
Crulgen' nmldi-ncr, (Ink street I 1'pnlel and wax well-known anal 'answered that, ho did not know. A wits enlivened on Monday by anti. a uf phyulduim 1'111"/rnIlef. ,'Imllu( t. tux .iltitid will Itmii The Travelers of I I I all lord

L ,. It Ix. stated. that. Horace, I'l'lor the generally liked. Ht) Is survived lion )\' few minutes later Parker walked up I good stiff talk from Congressman n"lh..1 For sale by Ackermau, Stuwnrt, ). on the 20th day of Ortotmr
t well-known .Hloukmaii, .. of Coino will I r sons, all of whom are, In Florida. I the dock and when even with thewarehouse II. \v. DnvlH and the burden of hilt druggIsts' Palutha. Fin. & itS \. I D. 1112.Wltnps"() Life Insurance:

S soon open I it inuut tnarkel. at Dnytona aunt one daughter residing. in Virgin three men came. out plea was for a new court house.. -. __ myolui'lal signature and, B'lil'lilsthn7thdiiyorHi
ThomiM Aaron a colored turpentine in.. The remains were brought to seized him and .demanded to know Mr. Davis. showed that Putnam was II | >rtniiilii.rA' 1 B. lilll'2Spall ) The Old Ileliable '( nn.iiiia. "
r hand was killed. by II falling 11..... tlilx. city Monday afternoon./ and the his. blld'IH"' The old man was behind all Its sister counties In this lothil/ HOJH. ( JOhLl'H 1'KICE
interment look place In the family I thrown down and kicked. \Vlteutlie matter that while still Clerk CirmiltCouit. PutininJo( Florida "
at Kocliuaii, thlxjiuunty' last l-rulay. ; we were occupying F. J. are Hhowlng. Life" of New Ymk'
t S plot) nt Peniel at 8 o'clock, Kev. It was r.lel\ollit U Ball that. t.ho' an old and, dilapidated buildIng F""I'nHI.e. &
Clinton; J ev.. 'Is. formerly. of tint L. Honiker of the Metliodistchurch old mail fired hlrt revolver once at unequal to the of the a new and nolihy Nyrwh0: APPLICATION FOR
? suits for children and, ,
dplltd. lit
place but now doing business In Lake olll elating nt the grave. his assailants.' 'l'hol one of them, countv's court and lilies work other hoys. Tax Due I Under letlol 8 of Chapter Marine Insurance:
4 4 ?k % City, |jiiMHL-d, through town .Sunday: .-- .... who proved to be Jiullnmy attempted and less. counties had styles are attractive and not only 4HN8 Laws of I

r on his way to aytona for u rest. A l-'lno I'rcMcnt.. to take the revolver away from built Hue, public proxperous edifices. He showed WI 1dense 1 the parents.children, I but you the have prices" I Notice, Is hereby, given" that W. 8. I' The Leudimg (Conimnif3.|
.tj5Z' K. I). i'rlce a bright young man ol ParkerVhle thus engaged he fell that court house could be built I I [ purehiiser, of Tax C'ortlll-ate
5 S : Keuka, in-lived In the last John :J. Vertrees of Nashville, "My (lou I 1 ne,1 boy 8lPpo..e yon bring to Fvarniue lll..toll.
city Sunday .
amshotl" .
exclaiming by bonds to mature In the future I dutod tin) Claims Promptly
Issuing for of d"yof July, A.
i lt, and on Monday accepted position Teiin.. son of Judge :J. C. Vel.tr."s 01 been hit with the and that these. could be gradually a sight 011' buys HIIII1. I 1>.. 1sll\ ). hua Hind "3r curtllluiUH In Al
'w at F. C.; Coclmine's; book store.. this city has purchased l the big Bald only shot fired Just before. Then met without Increasing the tax olllou. and miulo arplloatlou for my Settled.
I"L tax
,, ; S Mrs.! K.: ij:. Owens and sun, Ernest: W residence. on Iliver. street which. Albert Mixer hit old man Parker burden. He showed. that the initiative ,,9.* .*. .......<** t.,) I leeil to Inane, In acoonlanoe, with law. umo 28 Prtmnthil.. !'A''. 'XA
i.l4) lie bus deeded lull a present to his sistftr over head with his from \ Fu
of tb. gnu, ,
W tsatsuma: Heights, were visiting. step must betaken by the com r Haiti Oftrtllli'atn embraci-s the followluu,
Mrs. J. N.Volton.
friends. in the city last. Saturday: and 1 1tlulluuy. which blow Parker was knocked mlssioiiera by giving the people a i d".rlb"lpr"lrty, sltnntnd In Putnam
S r"tul'IIllllhUllla\ :fcTuiiduy,,; The Haldw residence Is now occupled dowl iind fell, in the river. At clmnc. to vote on the proposition. ; Itlillincry OpentngIW j I county, Flol'loa. to wit:
1 John
.S S. night. by C. Powell, the tur beginning of the attack Parker Mr. Davis felt that If thisvas. done lots blk .
S I : 5r0 pt'iiline operator. I It Is one of the called (for help II'UI his Ueorge, the would settle .. hifllimlvo. 11. bibs 120 !) everything
: S Justice J. \Vlmbetly, of Inter- xlghtlleHt \homes. In Pnlatkn nncl l has who appeared to 8011 from people soon thequestion !: l.s 1.21110, ) A. of blk U.) Sutoiiinu.
t S/S 51ft Inch,,", WIIH a visitor here Tuesday. ample, sloping. ground to the riverIt woods. land emerge I lie In favor of a new building. i Miss Kate L. The said land being' assesund at the Eat
l4 Mr. Imberly has. beau in or end of the dock In Mr. n..vlH talked earnestly and It I.urn' : late. oftlielHHiianoH I of certinoute In Cbat is 600d to .

health for ..0111..1111I.. past. but U pourS now something is a beautiful of home. and-really 'about 10 minutes and Just. after his was evident that lie, along with all begs to announce to the 5 thu'naina f Flu. .1111..1..1 Ull...SfmHceitllleuteDhnll
a present.AVI1I father had been knocked down. other progressive feels that : .. Can btypuruhuHml attlu-in 'cry 01'
3 D' Improving rapidly.Mrs. clt"enll. Ladies of reieemeh according
----- From the testimony of engineer the sellers anal !
! r .. HIMIrliton( .arrived in Halatka Priest. who did all lie could to'- county humiliation lllltkn : to I.w. tax deed, vllllsHuethnrnon on the J. R. CONE & SON.
separate by of the Inadequate Putnam
reason wholly that i 301) h
hunt 'Ibumtliiy ruin Uoodall, where Clone on Saturday.Tomorrow the men and the ; day of Outober A. D. luiuS.! )

!: .ohio lias Sifnt[ the ........on. She ,n Iii night at sundown begins It; appears that when preserve young: Parker pence as. shnck-llke Putnam's' court structure house.now serving her F/tl/ anti, Winter !: this Witness my 011.1, slgnaturo anti seal I Newest Fr..ahet end Ilest III ,,it, 11

f i 't S ..sptiiul." hue, with Mrs.' 11. A. JJavis, the one day of most general observance appioached he had hi.unt. rest stock J the 17th Sep ember A D. 1)02.!) In the olty at prices thai' vlll' b
ir S : before her ruturn tiome.Uoland among the Jewish over his arm ( that lie made'no attack (H..I, ) JOSEPH) PRICE. -S sure t pli-osit. you
people. CleikTIicult .
Sn # KeeLing returned the (first. It Is the day of atonement and Is ; but that ho too( was hit over its First Meeting' i Cnrt, Putnam Co. 1,' oriihti.NOIIE oonvln vou thittblit
A trial order will
i '
1S of tire week from Seabreeze:! after t. known as Yom Klpur. It Is a day 01 the head with a gun In the h"ull of The Woman's Club Tine millinery <
Fortnightly tho to )
pleasant vUlt ot a month with home idiHolute> fasting for. :24 hours. Mixer. This blow felled 1 young 1 place K" 01
1'1'- held the first meeting the year will be for their I [ Of IUCnON.To {[ jnonay's wOI.th'Pholle
lolks. It in stated that Mr. '1'. I In compliance with the sacred requirements ker who was later ) ( at the club room, Friday ..I. ready
S H. Keatlng's family will reside. liUaytunu \ of the day the .stores ol tho boat Insensible: and taken. to Welaka 11)-U, Oct. 8. ontbursday No. 87. 417 Union St.

_ S tilt coining.I; seHHon. Leo Jacobson and 1 M. Meyer will for ladl..l attendance. He t.rnoon. responded to Twpnty-.llht, members there- I FL""WAI rime suuctur, ,or ic-nus, c.nT.STATS or

Miss. Sarah' Hani who teaches. the close. nt Oi.'KI: on j'rldIL.v..v.nlnl and never recovered COI..eou..naHI. and were six new names enrolled. and Triday tbe I ire Shown -
i school Ftilernl remain closed Sat died soon after I Ihl I. H. CLAY CIAwyomtm). :
uc Point, brou/ht & Mrs. H. F. Adams of .
I Phased president the M..r..r' nr -' I U.. H""o
through the city lust S..turdlb..llg/ The News makes mention at hit k.for h'el\lmeut club delivered .most excellent nddrtss. 16th and I7tl) Instants.jjj h.rob, gIve' nuleo' that. k lorIrius, du
fact After Parker shot llel-
S en route to her hattie at Norwatik the that all customers of theststores She came to us. with heartiest General European -
where she called I govern themselves. AC- l.my. Ms. revolver WW taken from Election Restaurant
was on account 01 may .. grestingsand best. wishes. for n most The exhibit will :
engineer who testifies comj lath bo hold .
Putnam .
the illuesH of her County
father Col. It. H. of
S Ji..r l. --- that he told Mixer not to lilt the old prosperous season reminding us at j { all that is newestin t 'ta,on Tliuiuliir n,,.i eiiepeilhli, Hlt 110.1. Furnished
< the same time that we were celebrarIngour prise t.i1' In th"r' A. ". last tire TueUiaVI'ourlli ,
that '
man- lie was disabled and dis ,; -
0 Dr. and itr*. K.: K.: Jenkins art Steamer La Itete Sold. armed. Mixer, disregardedPriest's 6li 1 annivtnrsay.i'Ime the great centers of being 011 Hot and Cold BathsROBERTAJAVIE5'
S's\4 back from, .Dtinvillu., N. V. howfver. subject for the afternoon was. )
Day of
Xi : at which order Parker tile : November
John Q. Tilghman has sold the "Household Economics., Mrs. H. fashion, anti will be of ,
; place the doctor has/ been uIIII"I'u'altU For
blow that knocked him into the river '
II,"'t Ht the Jackson ESanltarluinfor steamer Lu lieve to the englno"I'lnl J. Hllburn took Mr. A. B. Wlllard'i interest .i'.himt. n"I'"ya.r. tIme H'"n'l ConlCr.
department of the iuid whichmay even yet prove tit..... i absorbing to all i Corrironsut II"rll. h. the fatty eliOt' |
S the and ttso
fever and bin. friends on program read a '
S place
are pleased .
p to see. I liliu, on' the road 'to complete army, and u took representative the steamer of the to I the BellHiny spleen, and It seems died. was In a.shot few through hours splendid Next followed paper on "Housekeeping.James. Hurt witha lovers of the artistic, in : ?::fKrr.f.ifoK8l., ,;::t : : :iii.. ':0TKt; <,:,';r'I"fc'f1'tS.SVf'ESL111 '- (Snooeiuor t Chas.., Kttpp.rbiue'tt. FI.OIID1 l>> '

-fl5 S recovery. 5overiiment.. on Monday, where it IH ..r of Welaka held an number of 11. articles. on this heat'n pparel ', tIle 51115cm.ouur 01 the PALATKA. a _
A small LlazH. In: the boiler room at being fitted out to ply the Ht. inquest Sunday afternoon and the Jj invited : F.r' two taIutusa' Con "".'loii of *
the iSelden factory causud .ohn. returned a verdict that he IlIterelUl1 IlbJeot. cO.llly Fi.ri.tai,| ra the Stalest
4 an alarm and tributary waters with a jury| came ? chairman of : .,
ot tire to be In his death from revolver in : to be r. H''. for
sent/ at ul" o'clock wvernmtnt hyacinth exterminators.The to a the the social then present on DIstrIct" J".r Twamiy Rlalh Senatorial,
l yesterday liiornliig.' Tile department government hopes to kill all thelyiicinths hands of Parker. charge. cOlmltee. .. were : the dates above name II'"lto 01 Flurhl.. Speaking of
.. wan out lit, a hurry, ami the with a chemical -tlherlt Howell sOl Under Sherlt served and hour For two Slorriters' .r .,
a ,
r" blaze was extinguished before" It got final which It experimented prep"r.111t welt up to ( .. social Intercourse.pleasant hRl club spentIn then lives 01 alt, Mtau 01 1."lo".a. 01 ROI.w...

4 S much headway. Jo.m..jCo slight.O. season with Home mictes-t. Boat men the launch Mints. ,on Sunday and arrested to convene in two weeksat .eee.eeeee"... e. )F. 'I'u Tux C"lh"A........

S4 Iuler i|> Hitllcy., Mrs. Bailey I and ira hopeful' yet. ske| taut! regarding the survivors. They'Were ail adjourned the home of Mrs. H. H. For. 0.,""., '1 .,",.. BreadReminds
t 'S 4'5 Miss. heniiia jtailey left for the north tliu ..,lce... of the undertaking.Alelrose brought to this city and placed in Jail. where the first muslcalo. Wllon. Racket Store For ouuuty Ouinini sinom.' ,
Opening for
r S .S last. !Monday.\ Mr. Bailey will s .IIU -- --- Young Parker Was brought to thecity given. Passe COBKKSI'ONDB.VT.b KH..lG7.L'I.,! 'lh.',.",,".'" lbs, County U".r' 01

a.S some time In New York City where Hopes fur Itullroiul. on the Feailess Monday mornIng. _._- October. For J".leo.r 'hu I..... 'I.., tirtd .
He died aboutone o'clock that -- ------ I.
he is. refrlxtered fit the hotel Marlborouicli. .laintriti., 0"" : 'a I.low. several
Dr. Frank McRae mayor of Melrose day, never having regained consciousness Decided. Gold eyed needles N. 1.. Nu. us that
Mrs. liitlley and daughter to Quit nIN lleH". a paper for .2aj! I ;; No. Cs.
_4: S. will visit friends in Rich tnotai l. Va.Miss has been In Macon the past after the blow.. A good corset for only . .ur* it C >II ,II __ __ of our new customers have
S week conferring with the ortlrials of :Justice J. Rowton held. an Inquest Walter Thomas.. for the paRt several House slippers ... . ,wa have
Daisy Yokum a charmingoniiH thO Georgia Southern: A Florida in the case of young P..rker.l'u..da.v.. Y"HI I leading ali popular gro- Safty pins. a dozen..U" U < told us that they .
a'S ; Italy 01 Havunnah.! U..., arrived tailrood of Three witnesses. were examined. has to 6 spools j For CornOirt) h. satisfaction
over a proposed change oar ol-I'II"tk. owing continued Co.tl100tol only.. 2c a"0 for ili.. Jastic. found more real
Ia the city lust Friday and has. ulnae v, 1.lowlol
The returned verdict which ill determined
S heir track HO ns to run through that Jury health. tocloanout Clintlttlne make
been. the guest of tier cousin,, Mrs.. li town The Melrone people, it Is un- charges Alfred Mixer wltb his murder hM. stock and business and is nil. Hugs "u.I 10 Io. N",. Io. in eating our ,

: Grooms. Miss, Yokum was hereon dertoo have secured right of "ndV.. T.. B. Yarn a accessory.Wm even now engaged In dlltpMlnl of his Closing out low cut shoes at low a ,8 I. I. of bread than they have
U _
f' n visit some two yearn ago, and the old line of nnrrowgnngn T.Bellamy one of the murdered goods at forced sale .. entire prices. S H I Id 18 _
made. many warm frlmidi, who were road which formerly connectil men was well known in this city, stock will be of withinthe S ,I. ] : ever before thought poe<

r! delighted tu greet lier agnin. Melrose with Ureen Cove; especially on the river front. He was next few day dlHpHe" Racket Store. l-w""ISSi"U"ot"". 1 Nhoruuys, .. 'is .".! 1,'ha sible. There Isn't a pal< ; \
There were about an members, present At presenr. It In Impossible! tprlng. formerly engineer of the steamer 'I'hl retirement of Mr. Thomas for ....I.h."n to be pihIleii I rai",." .''n Coitus the l .
at tbe ..eelllll. or the Jam City w-ople of Melrose to get to this. city, avlniu He married a daughter of the reason assigned Is a matter of ... .. use 1.1" .'In,. .tire It (lOUt.ty., ,r 'h.r b.a a ..w.p., .. tide of dyspepsia in it.
_ : h U minis last Tuesday night. 1'lie ,the county seat, and. back tho same the late 'Thom. Hinds of Georgetown .rloul regret to the business men of Slot Seams and the County"I'U. 1hC7'lion ihrttlCrtt.h.be paper. PUbll..d P".r I". is baked mad
company was drilled. by First Lieutenant day. "but" year-ago. He was In city among whom he has maintained ( < <1, title nsrliu.' 'Is, b. prrnuum insut h. op... perfectly
Plug-Pong F.lfccts.Th
S K. Noble Callioun; under, Palatka. la. the natural, trading "Ith Ills father at P"lmeto. a position of commercialtrustworttaJnesH I'-'I"'heonn"' I. .the meet "blo out of the best flour 3'

,: _ whose able. Instruction every movement point for the people of the Melrose and at the time of his de/l.h Wa 01 that has ranked him ..a., and|[prattle Moly r.hl"a' t : nll\\J : Wh.assf,: aturl; 1 I hint. rich red \
'n' |> l \\r will make
wax executed. with precision. I. and. the opening of the road n visit with his wife to the home tmong the leaders. They have notI I Uuiutrlnk' PiImrrns. our... I ..r tIn S.. or Plrrti. 5uIIZri,, at urn,;' ,
S S ; Capt.; Points. was. also present and I IS It"cllll place would be great nJvan- Mr*. Hinds. Ha wn 27 yearn of age ed hi*. decln110 health with much I M suiinlr wilt; bu.Iuaibesnp.eci| ,. j !' 1074..aijasi" '. the drat slaT or.p.m..r.l..t. ...A."iIre D. and solid flesh and bonesj j
4 seemed. hlirlily at the tide ha heretofore borne mi excel- feeling that he will retire .. par wim"ii whn tie., .
pleased/ progress I tags to city. alI noW a '"' '".'""" 'InMitllima' 1.< OlAWIORI. give : I
miens lit this drill A basketball The (>. S. k F. Is a lll>eral company reputation A a man of peace permanently from-the C"9 and vex C look sear our akxk. 10..1 and i To B. C. IO\RU., .r. .t. Suppose you '

S SI 55 outfit, has been Installed In the I nd It Is thought that the officials and fled with good will for all nankind. alIens. ui business are hopeful that Chan. E. Rowton, H".r.I. Putnam County bread a trial. I

r S ti club room and the.) initial game was i Sri.dIsposed to grunt the request of funeral occurred .t the uaiiueciiugmay conduce t his I 1a...,. Subscribe

501 r1tiye4oaTueidsy 0 Igh t. te people of Melroae Georgetown Monday..t Ills father. ihyslcal, beuefl ,,,,........r the year-fyty-two for. the Newe time,.. on. doll.r LGSTOK'S BAKEHT. .1


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