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 16, 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: UF00087245:00041
 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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M5W Slain VOL. X, NO.' 41. I'ALATKA, FLORIDA, THUItSDAY> OCTOB.-.IJ 16. 1901.-- *1.. 1'erYenr.

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A. B. KIRSCIIBAUfi1 &, CO'S. 000 f FARMER M[ VISITOR I n Curious Stories ."?'.'I f.""'. .. ,c"..'.,:\I-,,'"'f''HV I.It '' I

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E ,;1:4': ''' Hand [rtJade from tfit ntWS of the "i .. ; ..'' ,.

; Three I r e Noodred Delegoles 10 NOIlonol( Wttk. t r .: .,;

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? 4J i HEADY to CLOTHINGEquafs formers' Coou.ess( s Make 0 ",

STB 1 NO K Kl.OI'KMK.NT: : '
WEARWe VlsiliOpolm ,
ROMe (Colhurn the heniilirul 11yearold \
gian ve\YM the Best Custom TaHorin V 111111411'11. with whom she livedIm.
Given a Ride on the Beautiful St; disHppeared, and It Is believed.. Sii;'"

Johns River. him' eloped with n mini whom Mht! ,
.!) until few minutes bufurthey
---- never haw ,
5' Promptly lit 1I.1.rU..1time\ las left town I together< but nit h

want you to come in and look at our new fall lines. Saturday evening there rolled Into. whom she had been correnpoiuliufor

Every suit and overcoat is a model of nobby tailoring, l\r- I the union station over the OI'OrghLHouth..n correspondence year.' etl11ueegothuLiegeii with a mail .lie. lull,
and Florida R y, a specln Morris In the Indian Tcriltory' of'hlln' 3 .
tistically made from the swell fabrics. And the
best thing train! of< coaches' arlnplllH\! delegate! .. n she rend, In an ndvorUseinenIn ,,
COPYRIGHT 1MI er about this hand made clothing is that you don't have to to the National Farmers. emigres a newspaper. f

a R AlRreeWYY A 0a pay exclusive tailor prices for it-on the contrary, you get which had! Just. concluded, its. annul, P.RA lreFANiSl.xl'1lANT-:

finely fitted suits of the utmost elegance and style and individuality for less session, In Mncon, (In. An elephant' on exhibition at Lha
than half what the tailor would charge you.l1en8' The excursionists were tho guestof Klkn', VHinlvnl. at Vlncennos, led.. .
thin n3.. & F. and under
Uy. were \vent on rampage recently am,
the personal pilotugi of Ma]. W. L. broke, < through; a Indow at tlio I, hum"

( llessner, the popular land! comradeslouer .. oi Clarence l hmc.....
With Its. trunk tint elephant upse
of that road lid Hums
n Hurry .
a bed '<>n which Mm. Utiiu-au' am
l Fine Shoes '1'rnvelluglhuseungerngentof Atlanta- two cliil'lruii were, .sleeping, nnd hUI'I.e.1 I. L

The) visiting. delegates consisted of one child !IICIOSH. tbu ,room. "I'h"
then bloked dim n the don
ladles and gentlemen. the major pot elephant
Is another leading feature of our fall tlou of whom were from the glen" of the house before it was Ioul"hudby .' < ", '

exposition. Host people who pay northwest( ] I though iietuly every stat Its.keeper."Aim. Duncan. Is. in a ciltlcul' con

any attention to dress know all about In the Union wets represented dltlnn from fright The child wn f

Among the visitors worn" many gen badly.. bruised .

tinmen of wealth/ and prominence, In
Heinein & Son's Shoes. S INCH!I,AH IitNavmmmnx'Tall'- '
civil life. C'OMUUKHMMAN" KOBT. W. PA VIS. I':
of hobos found BleepIng :
Ar. F. II Hafer, representing) tin In In n Santa round-up! }'e box cure one uonnii :_ ====_c_=::: __=__ "==-= ------. .=--==-==--=-=-=_= !

Everything men wear can IniHliiesH men of Paliitka, met tin wan discovered. dressed as it man The Pnlatka statesman whose announcemuut that he wilt retire from 1:1, !
party at the station and without tote< She gave her immoiiH Mrs. Jumes I. Congress nt the clone of the term for which he will unanimously reelect- I
1f of time assigned the visitors to< theli Smith of Chicago and claimed" the ,'d November; 4th, has caused, the bee of Congressional honor to bnxx In the
be had at hotels< and In an liiorcdlbly shori( a young fellow with her she was her. him heads. of prominent men all over the ,district. "Many bo called, but few ,"
band.' It appeals' that was niiirrled chosen.. *'
time nil had found accomiiiodatlons. to Smith a year ng In C'hlcngi\ ,

1 Had the Putnam House been oper Ilndlmm..tllntelyalter. the ceremoiij; tUOINUS
& a unique' honeymoon ON:-/ IX rLOlUDA. Savannah firms engaged in the
Fearnside Company's. there would have been no< need t tc the two< started their out on bflny ti nnvul stores business have determined -

separate the visitors As. it was, 1X( heat their trip across object the continent The orange C'I'OI"\t Fort O den It to< establish branch' houses. inJacksonville

I were prov'Idnd for at the /Saratoga:!. They have way traveled 0,7)<)''l miles, tin. estimated at :gCi.iioo! boxes and fight the big turpentine -

75 at tie Gialmm, 25 nt the Arlington noiniinnU the time disguised ns II SelVner IIIIH shipped[ its first cm combination .c..nty formed

List of IiisM'| 'tors und) l C'lerk'it I On Only Thirty Acrm.ThoHn I'Moildii." HI) at I the St George :20.! I\t JamenHeNtnuraiit man and have been un..111 I then'' load of oranges for the Henson.Tampa.ls there... The of virgin in. this. stale largeIwn..r. '
I There Is only ono.and she 'has I for building a boulevard between \In.
lor. the Klvctloii to Ho lie lit who PIIHH through, Florida Nome and the balance at private vmgrancy.PUt1ILINT ---- .- [that and HIllHhoio bay.' and J. P. Williams( of the firms
of thin blggi-Ht things. In tho wo1'lll.I.III'gl'III'IILI'y city of
NoMnibci4li, 100U.Appointed on the cnrs am not familiar' with the boarding houses. PREAcl1Eae11ev : St. Johns enmity is out< of debt and l has just completed the purchase

l h y tho Hoard, l of County rondllloim ox let lug on the tin unroue I lu thowoitd; U.IMK) Hiring he I evening the local. bands A. U. Scruggs, 1 pastor of tin there, Is a balance to the credit ol IX'.UXIIUldltIIIILlllcl'' ) '.

C'lmiiiilHsioiiers, at .meeting October' fnrins hlddmi by the pliui trees" which (culOUleim.Largest were hlnl.loncil on the streets and discoursed North Tyler, Texas, 1IethlUIIHtchurch. each, of the county funds, .. which state capitol II Its for,"t'Lr"IAlli'o '

7lh IMI2.I:! dot thin country mad, ne they! cannot tomato in nil In Iho world< ; music. and 1I11"lyof the visit yesterday paid a 'fine, of $11I1 l l Tho long drowlh at Miami 1I'i'iM ( about Jan. 1st.ready, It Is claimed occupancy -

I'l-rclnct No. 1-J H Harp, I'V: I hem, they ImiiKlno; lint there nru 2".11 t) acres.Largest. om walkod about tin down town In the police court for assault and lieu broken by a heavy rain which will HI. 111 bo too .small to accommodate -
AluUriuly, U 11 Preston,, Paul U "00 Hhcdduil pinery In the Ntreitts, and to the dork. enjoying the discussion battery lIe of became church engaged matters I with In ,11 visited t Unit suction Smith clerk.Pnclnct Mono world. Tim rasa course nt tho "State' Fair of Utato Crawford, advocates the
No. 2-K: II Stennis. J U lint there nro hundreds of little In balmy ulght all' Frank Wellcn a member" of his corksudtime grounds was. christened this week,, erection of a Supreme UOI.t
Largest plnonpple plantation the! buldlnJ
waxed l Finally
"IIIo'r"V, K Herd, S 11 (:nuHey.cl"I'k. farce and "I'OV"A; which nro bl'lnglng( ( world, Oil Sunday morn ing' some 2"<> of Wellon 1 debate called the minister wnrili.. a Ilesand I 11 Is the prill'( of all horsemen who for court purposes' only. J

to the owners,, good livings. and m HOIIIO- Largest water melon farm In the! Iliopnrty went to St. Augustine to HOY. Scruggs} hit him K.H! continued have Keen It. likely that the people submit.
Product NI). 3It.: Huniham Joe. IhlnlCmoru. world ; ii.nixi ncns.Laigest poud the
Jolnitr.. J MoN Hard, Harvey Hard A little farm owixid by Jt.M. (Smith dgar tuhaceo fit riltlii the hi[ the evening. '1'hosewhormnnlned' pulled 1 ott. It was thtm found have decided., to runV.. U. I lodges, a State Attorney UI Hartrldgo of '
clerk world ; IIS51neims.I ( > the the that i no had broken two, boneM, in f bin young ..tlol'I"' )', for" tho HniiHtu Jacksonville, while returning from
day visiting vailous
Precinct No< 4-H H Bryant O J hla good large fnnn house and Largest' shaded, tobacco farm In iul'espet ,right haul and crushed the kiiucklim against J llilgn died. I*. Itaney.Sennlor HiindersoiivlllH, N. U., last week was
Hunter, U J Greenwood, UVald- Imrn. Around the house Is a bimntlful I the world ; i5oacieN.LaigeHt / churches', and walking about In a painful' manner. In ,robbed of his shoos, valise, and some<
ron deik. covbi'Kil with a due growth farm 111 tho hilt Slates; Iho reels.. Quite a number avid ludhulnsPlves I Mallury Is speaking[ and incidentally various Other wearing apparel.' ''h.Y were ;
rrovo; i of thin state, -
No.John Hlllr"rlJo'V I parts taken while he the
uf lawn MiiKnlHclent/ truce (UNI iict'es.heat I of an opportunity to i Ide 'ruin Boy HATED: "Hvunvlieciuise -- hotter acquainted with vias .
HII.t.ch'l'k. KIIIMN. gutting
H prior' U U !blade: Timothy wlno III the world' .sleeping car. Ho arrived In Jacksonville
and lawn.'l'hevlsitorlunkhtgat ; highest fin flu ,liver going to Ban"' Mateoivnd'< I Iho people.'
sluulo the award lit thn Pails exposition.P.eHt ho did not wish to attend with I pair of old No.< ID
Product, No. 0-W II Cook Doxtcir It nntiirnllynskH cigar' leaf tobacco In tho lOll a visit to the b"1I1t1flllor..ng.' tchool James Merrlman' 15 yells. of There Is it great. Improvement' IIIIIgl'I"ltnI'llL shoes. .borrowed.. roar I hl'nk.m"n.'Ihe .

"Wnkefleld, Jus E Kama' : Holmes Kr-: "''''Int, can bo raised on place, world : highest award tit the Pails "rovo of Martin Llilllln; oppositefaliUka. ige, set fire to the Jonenlmro lud., conditions at (lcILI... valise I contained tile Sunday
vinclerk.Proclnct. exposition.Laigest These trips were made World
NO. 7-T V links K V of this kind ? Hhlpplntf point for fall. Irish IliH launch "Mist" and alforded' much [>uplls. Miss a teachorln, the, harvesting machines.I Secretary Btok! bldgo of the State
]l'hlll! '' J( F ...Flanders J 1' Ilijsseiit. First, on n low piece of ground he potatoes In the woild.LaigeHt ", IIJhIK. saw' the boy running from manufacturers. are Fair aays: "\Ve know we are going
Clerk.< 'las a banana plantation Hint Is ILu'lo"lty
Precinct, No. H-\V WllllaniH.. MSiilauo to even old settlers. In thin iniinng, ",in,,iil. In the world
Jr., I H::! W Kov. ley, O A Turnei. :onl-tropical "nlllry. From three rahlillryof imported jleltrliin jiaiige glove. tint, lied down the street. MHS.| .. working heavy I...."..... body wnnu. tu come. The railroads
olprk.PI'lClnet. hares" In Ainiu> 'lea.Largest and World passed' on Into tin building, are preparing to 'bring you. Lake
No. W-W S Cone, J C >\lants IIro now luiiiR-Ing three. thou- i en no plimtatlon: for syrup Monday! morning bright early nrlmn Bho discovered, tho cloak/ room Z. Simmons. who formerly ran a City to< take care of I
(lould l. KV Johnson. < J 1) Hagan.clerk. and bundles of rapidly ripening In the world. \lsltois were given I. ride. on the 011 flro. She gave the alumni. and the. store atVeet I'a'iii! Huach was noVel\rll"Ll'lnJ. hundred cots lave

cult. The market for this fruit Is.. Largest;. cassava farm In tho woild' ; liver on time steamer Crescent, ns children, were marched from the" drowned I III Mooso. Crook near Diw-: ell""gII' to supplement regular ,
Precinct No. tn-G P Telverton< 11II In not ntxi acron. nests( of tie city's business men. ullding[ In good order, us they hadlieenvell son, In the Klondike region, recently. II'C0I10llll.lull. lol't. forget that
\ \Dinioev! K Tenncy. M[ A Wilkinson right In the city and the owner Largest peach orchard in the Gulf The first boat leaving lit 7,10: ) carried trained In fire drills The. executive committee, of the the .. Springs are only + I
Hiu /,lohunch. directed llu-lr, I
to ship a then attun-
dirk. lompolled way States; 111.1""' tree teachers Itolllns colillge.Vlllter twenty minutes' ride from< the fair
board of ,
or trustees <
Product No.< I 11-H A H McICensde, He receives seventy-five Largest flock of sheep enst of the 10 largo party down< the river and re- tI|Ion< to extinguishing the flames andiiiccendHd \ Park have elected Dr. \V. 1''. ground."
\V C Hnlgrovo, J L Hurt lliosV head. :urn, and a second trip bore the balince III doing so. The buy was
cents. a bunch on the streets of Or- [lH..I".II.II'lvor, ; IU.IMKI Illackmaii, of'ILI... college presi What Plttsburg Is for smoke Has
Inlph. ( clerk\ I Largest velvet hone plantation In of the visitors on a ride up captured and acknowledge having dent. St. Johns county, is for. pots-
Precinct, No.< 12-N H Storyline! :N I'uido. tho world; 1.UNlllcrllH.: ( ) itream. IIred the building. tlng. Had the founders this nice
() llnvls' K.: J lay, L O Stephens, On another part of this. land thereIs I Largest peconmrhni'dmist. of the I Harry t'ordes' agml 27 years, aJacksonville little. village known of Its peculiarfitness
clerk a prosperous pinery covering MlvHltmlppl. liver; 2OHKI( trees. The business. men of Palatka are UNCI.E WANTS< WED N (.:('!.- i bartender out of employment for the t.ublr. we do not doubt
Pindnct No. 13.-J H (Courier JohnA nearly an acre; from this he will get Largest vegetable evaporator in mder great. obligation to< dipt. Mllur Charles Knelllngur .and Ills niece, ( has. committed suicide by Its name would\ have been "Spud-
Uuiinger N JTllghman U Philips rid hundred crates. ofbeautiful'frult. the. world. owner of the Crescent, for his Maud Kuellinger a daughter of taking carbolic acid He wits a native ville." Hut .since 1lut.lnl It U, It
clerk. fill year sevt Largest. Jersey ,dairy In the world iourtesy In tendering tlie use of that Prank Kuellinger,a well-to-do farmer Uerinun. Is hunting to Iho ( 11 banner '
Product No. 14-J T Brown Pat He also hn.181:/ Meh\[ 'nw, Martin OI'llIIn. sr. U I Itow- trees the greater portion R r'' In Largest citrus tree nuisery. in the Reamer having so prompt< :,attpsvilleOhio, went to Cincinunli4aturdny arrived In Jacksonville I(rum the succeeds on the farm/ like knowing -

ton, clerk. full bearing and! which! will lroducehuudral" world. Iy in the morning. night on the Y, M. I. excursion north and after t being put In tdiapu what yon< can do and doing it. +
Product No.< 15-Julius Hnna, J II of boxes for shipment this Largest yield of honey< per colony At 10:110( the excursionists. left for and sought a marriage lie- will resume its regular winter run In tills particular Musings) I excels.
Try, Henry Struiia \V Wattles: In, the t world ; a.r!i6 pounds. Macon, stopping em'<>ute at Flora- .rose in Uovingtou (Ky: ) court, which on the St. Johns river.ChiirleM Her potato cro\.r !IIMI2 t ) brought $l2ttINM ,-
clerk. fall and winter. Largest fenced range. east. of the Ivan refused. The license was refused ) cash the and the
1'reeinctNo.16-J'0) Osteen. J I He has. among other fruits. plums. 1\l..HI..Mlppll'lv..r. ; 2oniN' ) acns.Largest mire, Lake City and other points. because. of the close relatlonililp. Hiund of St. Augustine prospects are.' that th.l..pot.crop will be
"VVIinbeily, Ueo K.: (Jillett Jas, M\ strawbeirles, guavas and purslmmons herd of cattle owned by Most of the! visitors were highly The parents of the women has. confessed< to I the "larceny of the double In acreage In 1UU2.: T>U. A
(ClieiMer.. clerk.\ figs number of one man east of the Mississippi. ;luased\ with Palatka, and more especially favor tom wedding, and the bride-to< Steam yacht "},'rollu. He said 1 1 he Cltl/un.'rhere.
Precinct No.< 17-S J Vaune, C J and large pecan river; IlO.iMm: I head. with the line climate and ne vows that .he will marry her came to bt. Augustine for his health are a number over the county < J
Ittixt. K. S Edgar, F H V'ain. clerk. tree He keeps several vows Prof. 11. K. Stockrldge says. that a unelv or none. The couple returned and felt that an ocean tilp would do who are going to< peach orchards -
broad of water front af- plant
Precinct No. Is-J A Knight: K: B and a fine flock of Plymouth Rock, few can deny that Florida Is really a the: sweep 0Zanesyilte.and Knelllnger iiitde him good. the coming winter, and those
Perry H M Price L W Fennell. fowls greater agrlcultiirnl State, a State 'orded' by the beautiful St. Johns Lhe statement that he would not Jacksonville Is to< have branch who< already have clerk \ his with a greater. range! of agricultural iver. hake another attempt to secure n of thinAnhuueerlhiechBrewing'u.a the .people are
Product[ No. ID-W B Ureen, \V'" Altogether; he has on place plants, than. any other In the Union.If It Is. the consentient< opinion in Pant Icense to wed his. niece, the woman brewery with an annu.it capacity beginning 1.'r""Je.h" there la as
Buncly Ueo Laidlow< K H Luna about nil that a family can consume I have doubt of the IIgl'l- drlnkeis
you any It that there never was seen here ot his choice. HnelhrugerIs29year. of uO.tMK) barrels. leer hold: or more money in the peach
cleik.Piednct. nod enough left over to bring, him In cultuirl piogruss Florida. U making, n >tf age, and Miss Knelllnger Is seven i throughout the state. will now be expected Industry thuii in growing orange l;
No. 20-11 A Bryan, \V C net Income( of something over $,I.IM81> we luUlse you to Htopnud/ Investigate ,1- a aurora refined and 1 Intelligent/ body .ears younger. Their courtship her to Increase their capacity that crops. can be hud In lust half t.h.
Carter. L Miller, K: Conway, clerk\ a the State fully and decide >f ladles and gentlemen. This Is pan when the W<>II1..nVILlI but 12:. mUl'dprCI" lime I and there Is no danger from
Precinct No. 21-W F Sweat, W M a year. \vhethnr or< not tho elevating. pursuitof >aslly accounted< for when It Is known< yea0> f Hge.JNK The celebrated Chaves trlnl.Ch"v..H frost. Those part!tee who< have been
lloglHter, Andrew Larson, UJ liana Where l is the lkl ncree In any other husbandry can bo made success hat as delegates to the National at It Tampa will\ be is rmnfmber..ll now cockclerk. of the country that will do an ful. MOTHR't' HACHIKICK I and Intelligently BO, find that
part years hit
home with
PrecinetNo.22-E W Smith, a \V1I.'ck..1:1 .-...-- Farmers. Congress they were selected In the Allen
much?-'}'. U. & Cltl.on.To I The depth of a mother's love for Mrs. AI lun and when her husbandupproacheli pays. They can lose a
K: L Moore HS lirownlng,, bemuse of their ;
< representatives and then
_. Fur I'al.ilkiia is few years Cl'Or
-r her child WHY illustrated In Jtiilfulo, Jhaves shot him. everr
liome leadership in the profession of ness pay handsomely.
Hiiiishinv Workers.To K. Y., the other day. The ItutfaloJourler
Precinct No. 2.: -Morit\ Iohl.Vm The Automobile and Motor Reviewof iiiKbtindry. tells the An old\ church worker named Alfred farmer can have a few j
IVPIB. II Merwln K: U Kelly clerk. < Intorimtlonnl< Sunshine Society the llth hist story:Lottie \Vhlto. of }'el'l11ldlnl. a man peach trees, and of the paying varieties ',
suysi 14-year-old < Khrlgwasterrtble
train out and
the pulled "Aug.
Just. before
-J H AnibroHo, Jliunl .. with
Precinct No. 24 carried of
Floridian <
Workers In scalded. The "kinVI' who always they can get; a sum money
P Jleal, llobt Calrnes, Win ,, Helng anxious to come In touch< Eugene: P. McKeima;: litVest Haven -' nblle nil the delegates were present. Durued from her back and limbsand" him hits suddenly left the town owing from this number of trees every

elnrlt. with all branches. and Sunshine workers Conn., Is turning his sloop( lion. John Hamilton of Harrisburg louiething more than t wO-thlydx of many debts. Other actions summer. It Is.. easily dOle, and la
Precinct No.< 85-P L TIipen9E H!:'! in Florida I wish all branches Spray Into an auxiliary! boat, preparatory Pa., Oruoins Heury Miller,JnoWHagaa. and Individual workers would kindly to making a 'trip In her toKlorida. < was unanimously adopted : Medical authorities say that in auch beyond dispute. There are others County Record.

clork. send me each month a report of efforts .; She is ..Inrge' and able seagoing the delegates to the National lames the Injury proves fatal. The The "chonner.Vh Scud and John C. Ksterllng of Newberry 111'
Witness my hand..nd sent thin October made and results obtained, ; craft, and will be ready for We other day It was decided she had oneuhaneo White Squadron were found lashed had quarrel in a saloon with Tom
7. IWI2 I JottKpii PKU'B. these to< be forwarded to headquarters. "Funnels' Congress, desire to publicly for recovery and that was byprnftlnlon In White Water bay at the Clark the manager, then left and
Clerk Hoard County< ComnnlBtilonem, Thus we C'lmll""ure the preslMrs. the run In about, three weeks. Captain express, our appreciation of the courreslea ; her body akin from the extreme together smith end deut.gpmeral. '. Alden that we Kdwitrd:, Bradley, of New Haven extended to us by the citizen: > person.. < The motherf week. Not a soul was on either over. Later Ksterllng called and
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB all desire'; to wink together as far ns an experienced, Hailing' master, Fla. the occasion of the child immediately volunteeredto boat. A lot of IIH caliber empty gun asked for a bottle. of beer. While
on < !
Palntka ,
Tux Doe I Under Hwotlon 8 of Cbnpteri possible< under conditions. her south by the Inside >tt t< give herself. into the physielane'mnixtOeid shells were laying on the deck., but Clark turned his back rn get the bottle
Laws. of Florida. will take mr visit to their city, October 11th < her child. Dr. Cal'r andHr. no other evidences of a light was Knterllng: pulled his revolvfrand
Notice la hereby lIven that W. S. Many, of you may have heard of route. Mr. MeKminn: will have a to; I lath, 1 m)2) and l to Mr. F. H. Hafer Uallagher performed the delicatu found. Mystery.The shot him through the back tt
Mlilillittan, purohKHur!:of Tat: Certlll >ate the WilghMtrnVullug) library which party of Ms friends along, and the who< represented them ,In arranging'or No. 1217: dated. the 3rd day of July, A. Is now making. circuit of Florida' asdenumdedat I Spray will\ spend much of the winterat n delightful sail on the St. Johns the mother< appeared. From hergrins organized Kscambla. democracy< of Pen- and tired four times at .Jo"terllnK: ;ry
and are
under chargeof sacola county
up .
without effect sterling:
present Iver. and body were taken ell) pieces ;
D, I IIU1118\ tiled .said. certificate la my Pulatka Fla., returning next
omen, .and bee made for tax Mr. Henry Kirby tit. Andrews At Florahome. the citizens had of .kill. Iloth surgeons are satisfiednrlrh in arms because Uov. Jenulng I"W Clark 15 times with revolver and
application who has. uddud many books tu Spring.: nl.cd at the de-. the fit to appoint a man to a 5 snots taking then
deed to IxBue In aooordanoa with law.Saldeertlflnateembraaee Kla., rested a temporary< the operation and hope< for gun, one < elnt.
It. HA cannot get too many. Will pot and this they had tilled with pro-< thlid'a ship In that county without first con. he beat Clark over the head. Clarkpresented
the following one who can contribute, rlf'.e. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,luctii of the farms and gardens of recovery.a... suiting the county executive committee awful sight. He la
property anil Dead Under Hwtlou 8 of Chapter as ha was In duty bound to
..'ndlJo..k$ to this library Tax hat place. The exhibit consisted of'erythlngln dead, and Ksterling l In lu
county Florid. to wit: ...lid"ducl.tlng he intends abide
work of cheering 4HHH, La..f Florida do, provided I by
the good
vegetables, t
aid In ther.lmpuof
L"ls. 0 to< U luoltiBlve blk 1A, btfea. 10- people? Notice Is hereby given, that W, B. Mlddliiton \ > tobacco O. B. Larson uf Bay Villa Sunday Ids platform.Tim While trnl.,No. B3 was running
our cane, caxHnva < pre-election ..
20, lau.. l.a and 10 A of blk 20, tlat uOln. IMKH.ll N. Illl.VDT, .. pnrchaerif Tux Certificate No. 0..1'11. sugar iUvar Jape Colony o-tiidunta. a nlore throuph Jacksonville yard Tues
| fruits and ntltnstefullyairanged ) .
The ..ahll..nd. being .aiaetwod. at the the Cedars "Brute Organ liter.Huntlngtim. UVJ, dut of the car,
date thelmuanna. ot such onrtlfloata. Intlmrmme I FI,.., Oct. 1-1. luoa.BTBIC bus llle l mlil certificate my onien' and ill with palms and lowers, and the anything' from" the proveitilal"ueedle [In popular t harbor last week Schroeder ILe..plJ suicide '
,, 'asaldowtlllcato l Chlrl..wn
Uule Ilmameoommlt.d
fFle.FlniuneGo. for tax deed to laaue to an anchor. This store lailtuatvd
-- baa made applleatlun .
N .bole constituted ns fine an exhibits The
shall. bd redeemed according < WiTHPAiiAiysu.Henderson In a410ur.I.....'.. with law. Raid oeptlllcatu In a valley nine miles from the Thursday, before daylight. accident by hlm..U through; thahead
In .
KPH Is to .
> one privileged see any the result of mistakensignaling. with a He was 41 ''r'
to few the ,Ion and about W'O pistol.
tax dned will Issue thereon on enibraoes the following described nearest railway Hal twen.
of this place, was sl The visitor were highly The together
Orlm.'tt .e.
anih ilny of October A. D.; 1204.Wltnes.myomolalafgnatrireand. situated In Putnam County ty-llve milea from the nearest town. Mr. lI.wuame ngqand a sou Eo-lf"YOI Hhr.
anal! BtrloUon with partial. paralysis, and completely property pleased, with their reception! at Horaliome. LnraoD : "! am favored with the. wlih grout fol''o. steamphlpa d"r of Jlrooklyn. bn
Floridat. > wit: says
and sldo.Alter .
thlnthH 17th day of Hep emb..r A O. 1101.Snail lost the use ..Ion. arm Lota 1. a 3, blk 44 and lot 2 blk 45-30 Diiatom ot farmers wlttilu. a radius. of were badly d..m1gull. The Jak."nvillo mtveral dRstoppe.I at
eminent >hyloihD the the .. .
struck and
[ "
treated by an Apache on the !
[ ) JOSEPH FKICE. being Satauina. BBAtmrou UoaPLU10l(1! thirty lull a, to many of whom I have Iroquois .m.
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam ()O. F orl( money. He left the following -
Oliambnrlniu'aPain which the water The note addressed tu "Public:O
i my wire cerillleate In to their value In a household l ; r
bottlesof data of the IsHimncii. ot such that fills the puree of the akin. aalty.e < the for the cap horrible
two beaJud commuted
( ship "I a
James Trims. of Jnclisonvllle! who< Balm, and after lining Finance Co Unless oloar h .a doctor'a a-lvlae I la moat' out IIfhe taut have
entirely cured.--Gto.K. the name of Fin [h beat way to aeoiire a oomplnxon crime
had' been called tillelltoaanlat< pollc- It ba b I almost oiuintvV.. add oertlfluate shall. be redeemed "800 free from lailowneaa' plmplea, queatloD. Within one mils' of my b..1 .
ta which
The : Iroquois kept on I for the punishment
Logan ter. myself
luau, liarvfteld In making Mil arrest McDonald, plan: cures' cording to law t"JC.dead will issue blot_hee. eta, la to keep the liver In rnmarkablH dock the law
cannot My
of two conductIIIK Va. Hoveral other very of .... then, within the' twelve montlnno Its pawseltgera Inllot. .
men and while have beeu effectedhT thereon on toe 110th day October loud order A a occasional dose of R. Of : past wore all gotten oil surely,. good] woman, It not. been
paralrnU than
one of them to Jan the prisoner ot partial It la mast A. D. llMia ilnnwill nleana. the boweln. regulntxh Imn fourteen have bean abao. chartered. steamers aha would not have left
lolmeut. The Clyde have I cruelty
leaned 1 the use of .. l and sal. Chambrrlaln'a Cough my
Ii.Vlthe..poon., a negro Wltmtn* my signature liver, and 'ao establish aolaar, IlIt..17'ourfld by
fnr the of tb. disabled of atm
a* a cure take places Tha happlnexa was
however to me.
"I cup
over and took hold of Irons ear with widely known and bruise. .. For thl.the Utll .yof l4.u.tAmh..r A. D. IQU'J. tiealtliy complexion. BOo at Ackermaa titewart's This must aura y be a .....ord. boats and trafllo will continue lips, but to griuk.Z.
Ills teeth bltlnir/ off KM cleanly a* If rhoumetetm apralna Urug. ([(8flAII| JOHEPH PttlCE. Palatka, ..4 Louoda' drug ror sal.* by A.ck rwn Blawarl drultpWo Interruption. Scrod I lrefl."d : .
Stewart .
A without A r.
cut with a knife. The negro .la being .. by; Aaknrnaa Clerk' Circuit Court. Putnam Co., florid tore(" 0.C1'J', (( e ,
Meld for mayhem eta, or


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w r 1A If kings read the newspapers-and as most of Gl.e :.irigp: Judge George U. Sidonor< of I'ho Filet
read it of St. Lodsi, I agents for tlio
hem can is but fair to presume that they district 1 police court county
+ AND ADVERTISER search hOI'huehllud's
wife lies a right: to
-some of the information must make the shivers Any
M pockets If he fulls to 1 pro-

chasa up and! down their spinal columns. K&'\C'n, Ages Of Mnii. vld. her with a reimonnbie ninouiir. PlijW
& Y ANHlMtftitt Tho Pntnika lOHtnmHtvrt.ftiumil Xowa.. nll.t AdvortlNer to lum ItiiHlioon ptibltfittton'lrmliiod', unlit. .IIMb man." miUI3rutruoal of CHMh.A 11'011I1111. has a right to I IIIHII! a man Oliver I p r
"....11.". "Hucoml-iltiHM .",.110'.aittl IHM, ,iuiuorUtiily| IIOOH BO It out
P prod*i tlio I'ulutku. poMioillcu. Most of the thrones of Europe buck (% Eph, after figuring at any time or plnc
r win i ; for n while, "an'tley am, first, carriage A wife has a right to assault' her Also for the
.y worse than a Texas broncho. Only the fellows who ; Hi'pnml, raulp-age; fo'rth. plll- husband' when "o,'. MImr.

Y, ,; An unofficial, Newspaper of the Democratic sort-juFt have a good( seat and an army that runs into the age; fifth, uoiir-HKe! ; sixth, niarrl- to If he wn'nrNBrutlllher fill* I" PLRNET JUNIOR CULTIVATORS%
age; Horwn, dot-IIlelIn'; ; ,lift vi'i'' MI to bout him.
,, the kind you Bhotikl keep in your family.Published millions are sure that the next morning will not J"H' WillI ho RtllbtMd! MlHtnli JncU1011. privileged dog!: h,,, orlumltlrents\; hunt.any In fact we Bell everything In thee
hid them looking for work. ."-Hiiltlmore JNewH.Keiiuirkiiblu one who teases .

!p At Tnlatka, Fh ., 'fhur duy of each week by The other day King George of Greece was hauled Charity mother-in-law Any man has from a right:his to P ""kick"1'1' ,His I".

into court because he hadn't 1 paid his dog tax. One of the meet remarkable tharlHOH she interferes with his. family II Hkleii-'1111"'" : D VJ :A..

RUSSELL # VICKERS.WM. What do you suppose would have happened if a on III the t the east world side has of Just New been York Blurted city/ er Unique has done things to;!bring' which him Judge Into: public rui : R noE

Jr court had tried that on old King John in his palmyand hy "Samuel' Lifter, Illumef! a oompnr- ""subpenmd court.1'rovidod .
1 A. ItlTRHKI.L! KDITOR. murdering ? In Lively poor man. lifter him.. openeda a mule to cotiet UN
days of
r"njt'j' 1 fancy one can see a row restaurant' In which he will serve a ..pn [ Line. Stoves of all kinds, Cooking

of gibbets'! sufllcient to contain the court, the jury. -cent' meals to all corners, nilnavs\ court room for women. Trace Chains
1 + will credit, to nil who are Attempted to secure a woman furyand Utensils, Hames, ,
,+, MEANS: WHAT HU KAY the constables] all their near relatives and a few 16 give lawyer to try teases of
t unable to pny this small sum. a woman Castings Spades
During the rmst two weeks the News has published neighbors thrown in for good; measure. What is the "A II that 1 require In. the |>"rson's human interest In hilt court.consldernhle Plow ,
of if is allowed walk word that he will pry at cons future Allowed a pr s ncr of tllIIlo.ylng Hoes, Shovels, Rakes
many editorial comments from the state press on use being king one not to on time," mild Lifter to 'a New York vocal talent to sing\disorderly
?' the self-announced retirement of Congressman the; grass? World reporter the other tiny. [ his line for con- Lawn Mowers,

Davis at the close of the term for which he will next George was very meek. lIe hadn't paid his dog he"Then name I give time.him By food demanding. and rwllt that at dual.>Sentenced ft man to a horsowhlp- Etc., Etc.

',' month receive a unanimous re-election. There is a tax; because he didn't know there was a dug tax that lie pay I save him humiliation, und ping. The lash was administered[ IMhe -

unanimity sentiment in the comments of these could reach a king. The court told him that ignorance he meal can or meals say that for. he charity.did nor Tio|get hungry hiM- and man's direction wife, tinder of the I he judge IIuPI'I''lsIon wlii-'Ihw. Poultry and Fence Wire.

?i: state editors which cannot be other than gratifying of the law excused no one; told it as plainlyas !, man preserves his 8elf-r,,nptol." acted as a been referee l.rrpst"llor to cell time.w ifo beatng -

to Judge Davis. he would have given the information to one of lie Was Irish, Too man.-had New York Herald.. PALATKA, FLA. 1

in substance is that the our sixth ward with a mongrel King
r This sentiment, people I negroes pup. ( Joe O'Oorman, the Irish COI11..dllln.now "IT GOES EIGHT TO ins SIOT"When
+" .of the state approach even the thought of his retire- George paid the tax and a fine to keep out of jail. playing in KnRland; In umwuHl- pain or Irritation t

ment with keen regret : that the place is his beyond King Leopold of Belgium is arrested and fined' of- ly friend witty., FlanaKnn He ,tins In the nn wings inter''lnary, and part of the body, the xistathoilt/ prompt -----.::::

;_ ; dispute so long as ho wills to keep it; that he lias ten for running some one down with his automobile. Flanagan Is the hero of every tale. :relief Ua'1ard's' "It Snow goes' Llulmnnt right to nlll the give spot' ," SUM '30TII YEAH OF PROSPEROUS' BUSINESS

't been a public servant whoRe faithfulness. has never Recently] he was put off a train for attempting to It once happened) | that Flilliiinini\ un old man who was/ rubbing it In. to
In "lower water, so
e. was O. R Fmltn
t *+ been. qucstionwd ; that his abilities are such as to ride first-class] on a second-class ticket. he asked a circus proprietor to give. cure Prop'r tils Smith rheumatism.House Tnnnhn, TIXIIR ACKERMAN & STEWART

''rM 1 peculiarly! lit him for valued. cor.gressonal service King; law is practically played out in Europe, ex- him work.largest lion died lust week," writes: "I have used fin, lartl'a SnoLiniment \\.' ,
several "
and that' Washington experience is such that the cept in lands that. are ruled by despots. In its said the lord of the arena, -hut w
:' state is bound to ;lose by his retirement and the consequent place bas come the peoples laws that are not respec Into kept It his and skin be, and shown if you as n like real to live get for all ache and pains the and throat 1 recom-and % __ Druggists i$

; ) substitution of an untried man. ters of persons. The instant these laws are annulledfor lion you can have the Joli." cheat.mend "It for 250,pains 500 and in *1.00 at Acker-.

1 The only discordant element in these editorial royalty or for a class that claims to be more how Flanns'in the' circus agreed.. proprietor At the stepped first man & Stewart. Palatka and Lounda, JUST RECEit'EU LAME Fresh Garden Seed ill''

de' opinions are the soft pedal sounds that some of: than mere men,, the people's cause has suffered. t.ito the cage and onld: Crescent City.Itcniedy LOT \NDUE1'H'S Nand In your oruuw.IISTDTJ ,. '" "a'

W them breath concerning Mr.\ Davis's ambition to The people know it, and that; is why King Georgehad the"Ladles docility and of thin Kvntlemen Touring, to lion prove I'll! For Muliirln.Ullmloiis COUGH CURE

1R t'' serve in the Senate or us Governor. Such suspicions to pay his dog; tax. The law that is good. order him Into the name edge as a Individuals will\ do well :

are not unnatural when Applied to the average pull'e enough for the whole people should be good enoughfor ferocious Plannftan tiger protestedbutthe!I" cfrcun to piutte malaria the In following'the I crowns piencilptloiifor of 111I'frhAts. ACKERMAN 25 cents.2 por STEWART.bottln. Guaranteed DRUGGISTS.by

3 tician. Men in high,: public office, it has been said, a king. proprietor threatened to run him It Is given by a thoughtful
through with H sword, so poor Finnngnn person In the Chicago Post;: -

"sometimes, but ralely resign. Mr. Davis will JUST LIKE A MOUMOM. wan driven into the slime cage "A remedy for malaria which I.- m"rmmm'mm"mmmnrmm"", ,,, ,,, ,,,' ,,, ,,, ,,, "' lllt -
ti not, we trust, do the former act for many, many 'IM the tlrfor. He fell upon hltf knees HIIId l to be very elllciiciotiH pnrtlcnlarly
Adam (we forget his other name) never did a md! cried, "Spare me I" for those who cnnnot 'take -
he has method of the latter
years, and a evading by; Then the ferocious tiger Jumped is wlneir'.nRiT; of the hem'
{ quinine, n.
simply declining to stand for another nomination. meaner thing in all his life than when he laid the to his. feet and answered: "Ye port wine upon which has bem

The News speaks by the! card, for in a conversation responsibility of his fall upon, his wife. The consciousness an needn't Irish man be afraid nieself'o!"me-ChluHgo I titire! Tri I'm .tIe r.rlnkletllls patient can much stand.cayenne" pepper n. I Cbe) Pal atka Slews\\'
';t; with Judge Davis the other day he said that his inter- of his mortal sin did not, however, affect bune. -

view in the Times-Union and Citizen, announcing) his enjoyment; of the "apple," and he had no more r- y-
I) lllll's MlHfortitne.
'at 4 his purpose to retire from Congress after his next gallantry than a rabbit. Recently av Rome one grave away the Co Our Subscribers. : Does all kinds! of Modern\ Book and Join> Pi, m Sing
had been in the bent of faith and that he But a modern man has been found fully as meanas nS
term, given set'ret of David Bennett Hill's misfortune. -
hoped it would not be misconstrued. IIe further the first lying sinner. He is John W. Young, The story ran thiit Jllll had ThoHe of our will subscribers pleima nettle who at popular prices. =|
neverkissed a woman In his life are In arrears
; 4 said that he was not posing,:(, or shaping his course for father of William Hooper Young, the alleged brutal When he rend, the yarn a Washington np as soon as pinwlbla.' It Is no 5r The office is equipped with the newest "MI. 1 3S
other ollice and that he not murderer of Mrs. Pulitzer. lIe announces that he man' remarked to the Daily light tank to Hend, out hundredsof -
"playing poli-
any was bills, and if possible we do-
a, 4 tice." He expressed, gratitude to the people for the will defend his son to the limit of his ability. Times"David: B. Hill was my candidate sire to avoid the labor nnd expense = tcrial, and the class! of w >rk turno.l. out e-jii.! : =SE

That's creditable. Any true father would do that for president until I read that in all incident to each nn undertaking.
honors they had conferred upon him and said that I his life he had never taken drinkof Many\ of our subscribers | style that of any Job Printing .1 E;Est.iblWi; "" n ;2
But note the side of the lIe the
mean man. lays
wo ; after his congressional career has ended he will take liquor, smoked a cigar, or kissed IL are delinquent because

; I up the thread of his life where he left it when he entered blame of his son's downfall upon the boy's mother. woman."Now my idol find Is made o, they thought give They the probably matter think not E- the South. Give us a call and learn (somc'li, I ii,_ =...!.

service. This mother, by the way, who was John W but clay that dollar Is a very small
the public clay, for certainly none a a E about work at modest 3
from like Davis. who Young's' first and only lawful wife, repudiated Mormonism man could live for ixtv-odU yearsand sum and that it will nut be -: good prices.
Coming a man Congressman never Lave experienced the oilseed, but tney overlook the j
holds place and power I by reason of his worth and and fled from Utah because polygamy revolted pleasures of osculation."A fact that there are hundreds of
I her. She sought a new life where her conscience man who IN 1 a woman hater Is others in iv like position and
) great; popularity with the people, and not through too stern and austere too cold and that the aggregate of these | Pal atka news :Job!) Office |
would not accuse her and where her woman'spride tin
r that peculiar ability-common to politician of they hard-hearted to make him self beloved small sums Is very large
? would not suffer hourly humiliation. A woman by the. people over whose destinies '- withholding of which Is a matter = w
+, latter day-for manipulating cnucusses and conventions ..
he presides. He could neverbees of much importance to u.
it would seem that his words might be taken with a bad heart would not have done that. popular president like McKIn We trust, therefore, that our Russell r Uickus, ProtirizwrsJII ,

k at their full face value and not as the utterances of a But Young says that if Mrs. Young had remained ley."I have Hill several, times, readers necessity will of understand lip at once the -
seen paying
'; man who had some deeply Bidden and artful design with him the son would not have degenerated. Per- and he Is. a good looking fellow. 1 J without further request.') The / III 111111UUUlllJl11N11111111111UIIIIUII111111JII 1 \ 11111NUUUilt6 I
i up his sleeve. haps not. wonder why It IN allot the fair Hex figures oppotdt"' to the niime
i have .so long overlooked him. No,; will show the dutc to which the
4 But perhaps Zola's a vat is in comes in right here not HIII,for me any longer." subscription Is I paid ; thus,
AVOIShT IMI.VSi OF COIUNTH'S HUKNIXO Perhaps heredity had something to do with the 1U-2O-OI) shows that \'OUlr... Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

b he i Our great grand-children will doubtless read with boys' waywardness. The Unllli writing on the AVuII. that paid you up to owe October!a years'20.:! milihcrlp-HHH) and Company Y YThe

thrill of wonder how the fires of Smithfield The following scene shows the If there should be
w": a The man is the grandson of Brigham Young tlon. any
young of
wonderful descriptive power the
error in the credit the mistake" Great Through Car Line From Florida
rft revived in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. And the sins of the fathers are visited upon the late Kinlle Zola. It in from Uervl- will be rectified.< We am de-

Two weeks ago at Corinth, Miss., another Negro children even to the third and fourth generation.At 1ml,force a book, which of wlerd has ,been lurid called, diabolical "thehand sirous of bringing our list up\ lo COHHECTIOHS' :
date, and we request our 8nhRcrlber8 -
was burned at the stake. Thousands of the "bos any rate it is a cowardly thing to ]lay the writing on the wall for "'ranceIInd to assist us in doing
KnglanJ," an regards their so- its own rails .Savannah Charleston Iti I jod uijIUE '
citizens men, women and children it is said, this by promptly remitting la'astOver
blame of his son's crime upon the woman who l left arrangements: without 1'0 } Washington. ( thence via Penn K. R.
they owe putting
looked upon the shocking tragedy.The home and friends for conscience sake and to getaway "The famished coal miner are on us to and, annoyance -
criminal had been of heinous double strike and meet nt night. Old Bon- sending bills.
of out
guilty a
from a scoundrel who, while a libertine by
41 neinort, one of the most powerful VIA ALL BAIL.West.
fix ; crime and had confessed it. Therefore, in the logic nature, carried on his liaisons in the name of God creations In the book, a man whoRe This those notice who U are only not Intendedfor paid np 1 The Loulsvlll A Nashville via Montgomery

t of these Mississippi people, they must also violate mind, body and character are utterly to date, and a ghincn at the t
and his religion. Could such a man be other thana distorted by M) years iu the minus, 1'0 }I
The Mobile A Ohio R.
r figures opposite your name will THE R. via Montgomery,
the law in his punishment.But coward? addressed the crowd, and then Etienne show whether
you you are
the awful phase of this holocaust is the effect Maheu, another miner, speaks. among the number.IIU8SKLL& .
"He was terrible. Never had he Via Savannah and Onenn ., I"rtI ,,
Steamship Company K \\1'
upon the people who witnessed it. The executioners IllS KIND OF A WIFE.Oliver ;:. been so violent. With one arm he : VIPKKRS' : TO Ml t I Philadelphia and Boston \laNTlkfor N. \ W mil Bill

were not content with taking the victim's life. D. Rogers, an Ohio man, recently lost his supported old Honneinort; he held PUHLIHHKHM.NOTICE : THE }f Via !Savannah nail MerilmntHA! Miners. Traut-uoi nun ton-.
him up as" a flag!: of Hturvation and pany for Baltimore
They must needs torture his body. And hundreds wife and, so the story goes, has written the Maryland misery, demanding vengeance./: He VIA BTRAMKHIP. .

r'r' of little children looked on. bureau of immigration for another one. Mr. went back to the first Maheu; he described OF APPLICATION:! FOR
his family used up In the Tat Deed Under Section H, of Chapter, To Key West US Mall Steamships the Peninsular & Ooold 'a, Sti'nnnirlti
+ t How shall one gauge the brutalizing effect of Rogers/ seeks a new mate who will'cause. the desertof mines, devoured by the company! 485$. Laws of Florida, AND }}ship' C" Port Tampa to Key Weak" Havana In ..." : ..

'*r'4; such a horror upon the sensibilities of a child? his heart to blossom as the rose and incidentally more famished by a Then hundred years Notice U hereby given that W. B. Mid. I The Atlantic' Coast Line.
Q; of toll than before. he sKetched ,illetim purchaser of Tux. ('ertllicateNo HAVANA
bfu How shall parent or church or state crush a spirit take care of himsolf and his two boys. the directors rolling In money, laCO, dHted l the 3d day of July A. I)

t of brutality bred by I such a spectacle? What an The applicant knows precisely what he wants and the but shareholders look after their with plI.tnpered-bodles.nothing to do] ), has filed Bald curtlllcate la my of SUM NtEH TOURIST TICKETS will ba. on sale until Sept 30 a t ,rlnolplenoru ;"

r. awful sin to callous the tender heart of a boy or publishes his plans and specifications as follows : Was It not frightful? .Thousand. of lieu and baa made In application for tan throughout the country limited! to retur.i Octobe81, Writ. .tJor'
deed to accordance with law, signed awl
girl; by familiarity' with such savagery. "She must be a good, charming woman, one thatis men dying underground In order to $certificate embrauve, the tot owing, state where you wish to go and proper Information will b >nSometKlng' .
'I The of that will do harm to pay for luxuries. He described the ,
v burning Negro more described property situated In Putnam
j S that than all the churches and schools chummy, aged from 20 to 25 years, good, healthy maladies of the miners with horrible ,county Fords' to wit:
i community and good looking; 'must be neat and lovely must details-scrofula, black bronchitis, All blk 55, Hateuma. Summer excursion' rate to Washington. D.O. from Palatka, l-t H 1 1a' dekvk.
neutralize in dticiulo. The churches and ; limited I
to '
can a ntllllng asthma, and rheumatism October 31, 1\JO\ with 15 day ha, odlEiml t 1 In dlreclluo
The said laud being assessed' at tin lei !
} ) 'f!, schools sow to the spirit ; this brutality to the flesh. have a lively disposition with height five feet four with paralysis. But an' army wan date of the 1aiinno"of. such cuitillualiID ', ,,, Joterch..nge..ble. mllo)"K 9 tickets g" And of the flesh shall be reaped! ) corruption. inches! weight 140. dark hair; neat build and a rising from the bowels( of the earth the name of Fla Finance' ('o. Uulene, pal railways For 'III the Southern States are un 8111" hy'the principal agent
With communities with individual the law is a harvest of citizen which would said certificate shall ho redeemed no ClllulletR information call on H. E DlokBU8 Ticket AKontr "ddroeso:
good, lovely woman. scatter the earth In directions one cording to law, tax deed will Uauethi/ l'UANK 0 H.01'L'TOS, CorniiirrcUl Ant Jackeuuvllie. FlV -
the samp. Whatsoever they sow they shall reap Exactly. Most of us would be willing to glorious day. And we would know nn on the2I1thdRynI0.tob..r. A. D 180S J. A' TAYLOR' Trav. Pass. Agt-, Jaok8on"|ll... Fill
open ;/
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i They will reap not only what they sow but they will then If, after forty years of toll, they itneaa my official' signature and. seal! HM. EMERvoy, T. \r EMEHsON,
y- reap more than they sow. The people) of Corinth bids on those terms. Mr. Rogers' modesty is only dare otter $W pension, to an old Dram thin the. 17th day of Sept. A. D. rain' :! Gen. PIIR8. Agent AMt Tr,.'. Mgr. TI'.f. !blur/

t i; have sowed savagery.; They will reap barbarity i exceeded by his excellent judgement. But why im- of legs 00, was who pai swollen coal through dust and working whose (Seal] JOSEPH PRICE WllmlnBton. N q Wlhuln on. N. O. Wl'minir: N. c:,

et n4 1 may be a hundred fold.UE"I. pose the statute of limitations? If she be charmingand for years In water! The clamour ol lark CU Ot of Putoani County: b'lorhi. -

d chummy why not specify 25 to 05 years? And the crowd was now so great that people IM Tat CIHCOIT DOUBT FIFTH JITDIUMt
.9 at MontHOU" heard It and looked cnrucv1'r. :
this particularity as to weight? If she be "neat toward Vaudame, filled with inquietude OBANOaay, SupposeYou We Make FineCOtl.fecti.cnS
This is the story of a jealous wife as retold from and fearing an explosionhad Moaaa Tbomaa 1 1a
and what few t
lovely" are a pounds averdupois more occurred. Night birds. flew over Bill forClToroa.
M'P a paper published in a western town or less? the heads of the trees. In the clear, Oadday appearing Thnmaa by IU anldavlt: In the 11Tllum. :: :: :
'' ; A wife in that town was almost insanely moonlit air." filed fn ue, above :auttad: r'II'i.IR: : Oitdday .
'If( jealous And, moreover, if she be of a "lively disposition"why The strike falls; the following I description .. the D I mdtint/ tborelit. named 1 a lionraxlilant TelephoneNo. And win, Elite'*
of her husband. She had no need) to be because her of the "State nf rliirlda, and that the everyone
cut off the pattern at five feet four inches? of the return' of the men to rfHlilMnoa the liaranilant. la unknown, all *
i ; husband was so ugly of face that sight of it would work shows the gloomy power of Zola. Illiuaha l borer the ago of Iwnnty,ona year., it wants more
woman" .
he Procrus-
Will put a "good, lovely on a and that there la
"Little byIItU... the de,e tad real nn poraon In tale stale' theeervloeolaeubpena Bo"!'
Our antI I Roll
f 5 stop a clock. But jealousy takes no account of the tian bed and shorten or stretch her to suit? became peopled, the miner passing anch. Oalandanti, K la upon tlinrafiira.. whom. oriKrad w..hl.blllll. Ibal, 84 and Chocolates
f'' j fitness of things. continually. The company, they rid non-raaldent Dafandant ba :and I me h.rhy are always Fresh ami P"1* ,
It i" greatly; to be feared that Mr. Rogers will be mid, abused Its victory. After a nqulred toap|>aar lo urn 1 blllofraninlalnt: amen
She all sorts of : in wld cauaa uu ortiafora. Monday tha, .Vint .
imagined delinquencies, among disappointed in his ideal woman notwithstandingthe strike of two months, conquered by omb..r/ A. U. iwix otharwlve .the all,dnuf ii'It '.>.. see How
them that her husband was making love to the hired famine when they returned to thetuna / burn mull ,. takea. as .U.I Quick we can deliver your Soft 3
r fact that he is making $1.07 day wages and they had to accept the new by eabl Defeadani order for Groceries. BeaU Ice Cream Ice Cream
; a girl. She determined to detect him in the act la 0rtherorlered' that thin order be pub. tramping In ,
f very can furnish "a recommendation, tariff whiuh Ulxgulsed a fall iu their llnhail once a week for alKhtonnaneutlva wart the hot sun all hollow.
execrable now because stained In the Palatka News and lvftrtlmr. .. and other ,
+ and article. wages a uaw
If he he continues in his strenuous way he is likely by the blood of their. oomradev.they ... publl.liml I In.aldmuuty| :::::' and Sta... We make a specialty of I
Tile alb day of ,
__One evening she saw her husband pass quietly into to find himself in the situation of the old maid had stolen an hour of their [ISaalJ HttpMmbnr JUHEPII Iu y. PRICE Hot and Cold Drinks,
i the kitchen. The kitchen 'was dark. and the domestic work, they had made them break Cl.'k\'roo..c..t.' Fine
who, it is alleged,prayed at eventide for a husband. their oaths never to surrender, and WALTER M. DAVIS FOR LADIES AND OETLElIE/;' )/.
ti ,<- i was out. Taking a few matches in her hand, Aa owl in a nearby tree began to hoot, "Who I who I that nerjury stuck In their. throats Hullultor for Complainant. 'Alnt 01-

the jealous wife hastily arranged a shawl over her Ah?" Whereupon the eager spinster replied : like a bag everyw of gull.here. Work Everywhere recommenced LARGE STOCK OF we wouldn't much money handle la It, to be sure but The Children are welcome U o1

4. t t, head, after the manner of the servant, went around "Anybody, anybody, Lord. in the mint of the morning along and lose our the "frowey" kind way seem to enJ"ylc.

ii- .e M1 a, the house and) entered the buck door of the kitchen. roads" drowned In darkness, the men Chinese AND Japanese per pound reputation for an even .'10 Fine, Cigar and Tobaccos.
-- stumbled, with noses to the ground, ;
r ,, She was p.izeclanll embraced in an ardent man- Gen E. S. Bragg, consul-general at Havana has like sheen going to the laughter<< You can get anything In Groceries" and L. A. SMITH.

e f: d d ner. Kisses were rained on her fees.9R been transferred to Hong Kong, China, because of the louie. clotlie They' shivered their legs under trembled their Mattirig: ProvUlons that Is BEST at rock bottom -
With her heart utmost bursting with indignation canvass ;
he made the Cubans. If he does not their back bent Inoholoa design. at low prices ot
'r .. criticisms on under them; Were price Also doors. x.
f'p she took breath ReBlstrutlon
p a long preparatory to administering and the loaf carried between the large stock of
a rebuke to her faithless and leaving him in like the Chinese at first glanceit is probable that he pulps.'
made them
? spouse ; shirt and blouse appear NEW FURNITURE The BeRletratlhn Book for
r fine scorn. will take a second look before he condemns them. humpbacked. And In that unlver- L. c. County will be In my oillca It .
t, She: tore herself from the fond embrace, struck a eat return to work, in those. mute Just"",,,ed. Popular prlo..... Stephens. Court; Mouse, In open!P latka. for the pure.. .

4 match, stood face to face with the guilty wretch, After searching the records the coal operators discovered out shadows" a laugh, all, without black and.a] gloomy look around, with- R. s. MOONEYPalatka of each regl week tr I Uon Monday, on.. the. Wedni'wW'followla,. '. '' "iodFridays. ">

a .r with a look on her face like that of the man who them, one divined teeth clenched JOBhaven't'phone m. to J W .
that the president hu no reputation as a come and from a.
!said to King David, 'Thou art the fflaii," and found with rage, hearta.woolen with hate; Fla. u. at the corner of Kirby see and from I p. in. to 8 p. ruIng pram -
and Morrto.
So they quit the themselves after It was only a surrender to the brutenecessity -- Bu.
herself oonfronted with-the hired man I quitter. game We deliver August 4th IOt J. .
of the body," Undartakjng ind good to any, part of the PETEBMANN.uon .
4 Moral\ i "Be lure you're right then go ahead" consulting J. Pierp. Embalming city fret iduty I 21'tbl003 HKNia, ofl[ '


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t.\., et a inoi: .tlnf.| on MnmlAt, Oitlnbi I is IWI., li, hSn'O" an'
open ..Hwilnii | .uiHilod' im "rifin "mil bySiuiloi
14, ciaet..rauli, : Laws of 'h""I." lo t.ntiniliiuI.
-- 1"" N vlni llu' ri'iNLrtitti .t uf I'lilnnirOoiinu ,
I ., I null, mInd iraHtt llmlvlro.n lime' i< llowliiKnnnioii. BUTTER.anil ;
Crescent City Mm. C. L. Chnmberlnln Riistntiu'iliiltoa Other .
l"roml"ln/ Urov N. Tin* II.iitr HiUonrni'd fed mint l < n TneMlaOit4ilmrul \..
beautiful Inonllonil In Flor.lilt ( i Inful
I I. on* ot Hie inoa' I pn Injury (through nfnlone 11\ ww, Nt I. hiar oil '
Ito w.IIUirI..ti.rn >irt 1)1VIutIIIItII Lust week the 'hi a m. HI |I"-
'riiotownlnlil I" News 1111010 munllo) ; .
:' ,. iiiViMty, Bullion from I'ulrak.u', mill III clay lust woi-k and\ him liuuii col I OUT OF THE Minn w< nn*< nitni. may hanoon WNI'ol., }
<' .umnmr or ,"11",1." urnfmliilil of some grove Properties. i OS' erroniniUr.ly ....od StIll .."k"1 I a line of lUluli food products,
lUinr lined
t"'II"1, II py to the liuiise slnco. pl'omlHlnl anil. Hiitnifiwitliiu lo Iliu' Uonnl., Will, {
'10.0", 1I1.d Whirl rlno.grioe.tIIy lo tile l.t. ul".1 tivsh and tempting to tho ,
.'nflt Oil I but npces |
.Ity. BUub uniniMDISTHU'T "I'v.tle .
tIe, ...o.b."k .I IroNOeL" I.IIk..o i ORDINARY. .Iur I ILots
b"II"III"1 flflflI shunt "ftlI'Itt. wl\tor.III Ilillon. I" &1.,,",It Hhlpmontii of grm* fnilt fnnn, I hilt liii h'ily sk/ lilia'd $01110. Muntlondlioulihave ) i NO. 1.A }

,, troll. thmO) to lIve 011... I" whI. ..It. '1'110i'r si'Cllon will probably bi'glii. .
".I nex boon ninde of tho 000 to Oiir

;::: :.:IN"wiII ottt8IlLUt1ttft.litlil:\ oilS: I 'II";:::' 11111 bot%tlt $ ,'oOI 111th: : week when Cnpr. 1111will\ 1"1)111() Iy owned by t. L. NewAol grove, JI'rUI'II'r-. no\ FUANIC COKFIN'H UllMANCH in t HI JnttO n, I* \V A Kerry lion T Wiixlilll.BtlV P : Storo. I
wl.llh lying 1..1"
wotn tsvo
j h ,t. NIX hl..uk"Urenoulti I" oil t""o Ollal 11,1,1 hike H\.oll. tofowurd I lie more inaluro [part; of tile property of Mr. M. H. While Things are coming Fraiik Coflln's .). A T JllH I. D of PIOI.11 have found us out this season and we fool that there ,ff 4 I
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rttiintH1! llnl.liut 1> J
......1011.0, K..IIII I. 40 foot Ills to :Row ".lry
1"I..r; 111001..1.titan that 1110 01 little O..ou".11". alToril.11tH l crop York. J. C. Orlms I This property Is In a high state. of WI '. Not only Is he defendant In a < .1"1 Htmry, DIY ..>dw",1Io."hlo } has bt'.t a mutuml advauUtgu. Wa try vxoell la quality-and our prloosMitm Il
.ilraltloitlt. 'Ills I wlsur..t latHe $1011. Il'y will begin;\ to ship tahlgoi'ihletiabout I cultivation the trees suit for board In but he Is to I' I 01"' t
!' perfl'oL' : full Iii II .: :I 11'0 largo .ant Chlullo. ( ,ld.o. WI'IKI Oh.I"y 1".l tho lowest couslstunl with
:tA lie, ilflhiflA Ii XIII titHe ahislIllIlolyanile the lotli to l loot become t the Mrs. GraceHnellCofllnWalkerColnii. good goods.
November I
; iiy tile 100111,,lilt"II.I\.Iu., Whit CiilttiiiiItliit lISbON "htll'tO'. IIa i thrifty mid (here U prospect for. a so that 1:Inni: ,:: !TttimU I" Kuwaiti FrnnkJohiiHuii ::

itiI.lIni.ahhlr.1.1101'1..11111'11'. 'Iii....In.. It'tlIWftY atly Way titli'lii'e" 1110 woNt A large pnrt of Crescent City's fine crop of fruit In the next yenr or In n "IIH.t llniH the lirldn n ill ho Mrs.SiipllColTlnWnlkeri niH.iurry' .Uatijohi.Mun : i;!himLowtH )

"nk. 01 hike StijIlib two lilt bit ffllfl tile towi" male colored population Is away Itt two. The old field next CUt, once ) 'oflln-Cotlln. J Miilc4iui,ilhilt15 MI"o.I..I..I"Jauii'lLopliMis J. W. MILLER Crescent City.

0,01. IItth'ill and.t4ntnor mini tlio OllthVOyS town nuil IlNSlilIihKOrN Ure.oout UlyjiinollcMi 811,1 present t,, miiny Inivlng secured employment the of Kd.: Newsom, now will have been the third time Mla1.tl...,. 111..1 } I
1'ol.el'ly this wIll have united In "
Iho, railway.. "tillim.Tim at iiunrby' turpenlinecnmpgand Iwllell :. (I. .Sackett, hns been mat MHI.llolon\. t: M.-lio.lHx' LMLail
Ity .t...,,,,, troth I'ulfitka' or .Tnoknun rimony.KlHBICS. ; mmm {
I IIOH 1'U r uiit Q
"cmo 1,110.1. dfllitliiriil. ""1"\.' iMo other's. lit budded and'oultlvolecl (
villa i.l 1.11,1 Dunn's mill on Dea ( I tim Is suinme lltt, HnmiiulItiibonmii HiitiHoru Albert m

Iii tiK'e:: tile tube whibo. trip aillitliry ill ,,, ., ehitriIihttOhI ami thin: liiuimiiiiipr ff110 shirt who"r I ake. OthiTH have gone to Houtl h and has mndu a Una growth. The TO 0 1'1 VOTKS Hluhr". M rrlNHoimntin M w Bitytimre HIIHM \\ .Ill J,iamb W 1i

1I..lob.. swImor A'N 1'.1'I,0tVeI'111"0 tile,1I..a K\.Iohll.aull.h. .11.1 c.1 1'"I.'k"others' Florida point for the fruit packing old Newl"1 hoinoHtoad, now the "'Vllt..d. II.INMI) ) girls to kiss their .MimulurTliilHul Muilili I'ohnntjUMHlnckrr, At

tilt river a riitfler narrow hIlt toriiiis 8UIMOI1.Hume. of Mr. Torrvy of 1IIIISk them to vote forLew F W W..I.t WiltWilkrWn Chamberln'sA i
jump properly Vliee l rWubliOliari
either .1,1,1. uy a 'Iok grhWiIi Atlehol'o. Shank for. "
.. hued 011 ,
ol.i ."'., ..b II..I..lmol.0"111,11'. '.. inniirlmuvnl ...\. colored( liands from this pliicu :IHS., is IliNo! Ixilng wel (Hilt ivitted, Much Is the .eoorh.r.modest, ,..lequest tlm Wiill Aania" Wllh".I''lo'I W Shoes. .

fiOlIliUlli: ,': ""jn'r.\:\,rlvcir'a Is; iiovtr servos a tire Ing HIIIII,0111''I i nnitiifliuioilt ::'Iwitor .I'h" .recently went to Palnii-llo to and wit bout will llgah the republican candidate for recorderof Wliilius, 0 0 WildorUlmnDISTRICT Men's Pati-nt, Ideal Kid. Dox Calf Hlghlanu (Calf Cull "kin.

In a'Mh\' ""w' nine inhii.e of trihoviihioilghh tigiige, In lucking oranges for DLMI lull ku one of the finest places In this Indianapolis has plnced In the NO. 2. FOIl L/DlES-'L'hi, Animli-un Lady," Patent Ideal J
tilts \.oan. the o."ur nihnrgoe i loll"tho program nf one of the local, theaters B Morton JillllDIxit la Slums have .. l line School
b..1 .,ti, 01111I,1, Lake Ureoiotit. A rim" Wade report that one night Keel ion. Anunr (Jhlldien's we v r>thing, but especially a Shoe.
JouUiiini.r klbnrl IJ.inlnlJoliiiiuiii )
It M""lk for Itself, but Shank says AH our Shoes ate Kiiuiituteed.(3orlls .
a.iI a h,11 1"0 tll.I".on." lit ,
oh hill hour The In T,. A. IKI JIIHD K
City, tile ,BIOHiiiar .HOUMHII'IHIIOH. oine native white men of Unit seo- trel'l Hlllbut.s that he has no way of knowing Jus I'olllltUM l'I'I.h.:"lt J .I Coon's Collirs. Latest styles, best fliT ibo m'loy-JI etM.. or 2 for 25 o.Host .

ztntliig. Ilia,,limit liinvfi .InvkHiinvlllo ROil I ma aI lon; appeared'' before. the packing acre grove inside the town limits. what the returns for his mlvlee will nlkvr HiinrvYIIUIIK W. Chll W Line of MEN'I TIES In the city. Biraw Hats It will you

,, snort" al' .:'p"'m.'lbh.:ani8"r.O. Ilaliunliiv Hi.tiu.liiyliilnlka :::; ; louse III which thoy were nt work have made good growth this sum bo. He mid the marriage license officials ItolHiltP1STKICT to buy one spnoliil orvaslons. )

tin boat li>avm> Orammnt City. nil ,,,"..1"1. n'oilnMility tiul A good of the treesvcro are awaiting returns.SKT NO. 8. New stock of Hblrts and Underwear. I.
dlschartcud! their shot at the lel' ninny .
:, anil: FrIday nt 7 a Jaukaonvlllv in. arriving; : nt rt.I :., guns DHVOO Oen UI".tlll DItlHIlllIM Also new Dress O.ods. Huttings, Ilri llanllnes, Henriettas, Chanibras, if
Mlkiual; Ida, m. anil at at uulldlng, probably us a wiirnlng tlmtIl1Ipcl.t..d Injured by the cold last Inter, but ON MOTHKK-IN-LAW\ P A Jlmi., J.I" W Olnghnuis elO. Wal.tllgs.
? ever took tile atoiuni'r ( I immint 10. ,
i, ,m I,No,, Jr.imienl nnraim. CitY wltbuut I'xpnlli'llilln' : ,: i ,.: colored labor was not w..lcome the trees tlum injured were lot illgood Tu'kcr, J
Jane wife
.. Wesley of 0111''R1'T Fresh Groceries boat. Prices the Lowest.
,,,w nom.nll.Mln ill |1benslIre l and a .h. cUll' it The U..llh NI. 4.DMinpJK on every
to that Bectlon. iniijor
tile llttlo ally inukt'B any inun or woman a lift Ag none of the helll.hy cOIHIUon. Wesley of Charleston West Va. Minn L
bug l.ivor of tile, |ilacB.lulhntnwn of tlm :lands have relumed It U probable pWilOI of the Ire"lln this grove tire hns retained counsel and InKtlltedulvorce OUilirint \II 1".n.1.. t c. L. ClIAMHKItliiy, Crescent City, Fla.Don't .
are come MIMHbimiillful '
homo. Vi be found In the Noun nil..' lint the colored. hands were not se. now prl'A..ltlllg" thrlfy nppnnranceuid proceedings against XUI..r", ) W A J LIIIIU I'i'irj, Anuniit JunioBiuil J
tile! niMipIo I are oiilturail:: anil:, ,:hrithtll.niiu.: ; :: : lously alarmed Itt the there seems to lit no .reason why bum!, b..cln. she 14(1' 'ii, he made her Il. H.'"'I' I I'. "kWIII'"I.I".o
l'hiot'o 1:, In nun..' 1 nohiHil, two ctilir'hlNFIIh'll.| Indirectly suffer for his nntlpathy toher w II 'InniM w V We Want your money
uiil .and I..b'.r.-.I. .pliioaa. two whiTO Km>d |hiiohlh boanlnun 1. clirent. In another year they should not produce mother, who lived them. l W. Williams, lliiuiirtDIHTKIC'T f

b..I.I".VI..u.. bo ,,","I..ed.urlvalo Hotol and boarding IIOHHOlirlmis Quite a number. ot our droveto ( a large clU..utyof fruit. She. ulleges he kept "a vicious no NO. D.
art niiKloraHi.: I'ho pminlu luivo M o-. people One of the most beautiful young account bull pup" which he persisted ,- DIXOn t J W Unless you are satisfied with wliut jou buy Oulsils cover a good stock
well kf.pl golf llnkn fur Iho t'liiurtfttii.ototit 4'rultlnnd lust Sunday to attend In on" his 1".1"1, I
oiled "Biking ll.irrli.nn' W A
of tllimo' who, like thin. anhileoment.qjrwiIiht the anminl 'proves In this suction Is that ownet nnd beating the lothlr-ln-llw.refusxcto PuturUT I llin.rlwin. J T of goods.. \1 cal save you
Chit' him wwra oraiiKo itrovufl thaiiiyotliiir 0 cnnip mottling now being dogwhell 11B '.1 oiiilikiis) ,
town In the county. uraniio, oultuniIK held under the by Frank Buck. Alnlollg the street bite the old hHI '. T..I 'l'h"I. Goods $
it inn limiting ooimpntlon. 01 tile. p0,11,10.1,1,1 lIla iui plces of tho Frnlt- 'rout the tract set out In rose. Mrs. Wesley he continually WII.Ul 1 UDI8TKICT 10 to 15 per cent on Dry i to $3 on a suit

iliinllly I of thin' fruit ha lunit boon Mffanlod arHiimirliir und and Volusla d.cult. M. E.ChUI'cil lver NO. 6. of clothes to on a pair of pants to ,
:,: to that arowii; 1 In any othor nnutl.m ofthe Mishes, and these I have grown toargufiUe. nagged her .. her mother. at the DM A 3Dlti'VRICT 25C 75C 25C 50C
ami*. AbbOt every oil 1,1011 of tile pliu'e south Very many more table with distasteful mother-in-law &Icw.r W""Ul hat to $ trunk to 1
All 1 I..Aor No.7.rhllln"hl on a 25C i on a 24C IDC on every i
.lithe a woll.k"V'.rovo.| many' ol which otiiuipytlm go next Sunday, which will tt. principal vI'lot Jokes, and flint her nervous system

grove low of country tile Inoorimrallon back.. .'rho, w nionilmub.T htlootbiiraoxti'iidliiKitho irobahly\ll, be the lust day of I tile niootng. roses are grown"and many ot the wns slu.ttel'odIU a rnsult of his con A L D.iliv U Illliun I pair of stockings, 25C to 750 on a pair of shoes. 100

0 io.uriwciint of uty wblob are live would moo do anil cruilu tliny lo many nhnw, The uttt'iulunco last Bundiiy Jiishusarelnden with flowers. The duct. Ol Flnnili( ., M"'n Wi, i> 11 (UMltlnAUliirilnn, Mniu'aJunumMl pairs of shoes a little too pointed for the presentfashion
ot tka tile 101'110' dUlls of the alalv., Inclioapor vas good and excellent. were gi on nd In the J1'ov..11 kcptlhourghlycnltlrntvd l'ov0014s'rhe ) AMN- ,Hello iiiie JuvkaonJOIIOM U Mil P II W it V lllJiniiiH will be sold at 50 per cent discount.
olhor town In thin'title sel'1011
almoat any have made
I huu
renched by Ol' litleruymen r t..s corndrylng nhed of Andrew l.i,i'r, M JiibiiHonln,
na! drool are Iliiail with clinIc tron, and. will jiasliir.Snniiiiers.probably be rood giowtli" 1 (dm'lul I I Iho pust season Heinplilll, .. northwestern part l.hvl'igNtlil, K OhuaMl'Dullillil UKiilii'rmin "M.IUT J V t, New stock of Window Shades.

thn, nittlvo hive oaka. and hroad Bltnll walkt nit.hi.I 11''tH.t riii-iu Is I for cit county. Pa., fire U ."w1, A
iirlnoliial llluyalu I Is I crop maturing 1.'ulol caught I
,, on tile mruntB." iialhi ..text Sunday. I
hiiofl I
I::: dlrwctlouii.; nsl- Wl..k and wan consumed. Hemphii Tlllnmn I I
liiud I In many I.hlt wlnt.I', nnd another year oughtto WIlkinson "ifH Wihsihhligtil 0 \
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-- ---- Crescent (City Is the best pouch innUu the makes a specialty of raising pop CONE The Shoe Man
grove yield a prollt. niSTKICT NO. 8.
I'nrtlva' In Cretottt City .I.h.tr. to and'' producing Heel Ion of Florida. Said cO'n and had r) barrels of It spread
arrllit* for thlN P111100 fir wlHhlitir' to ri iitiwtludr The French, grove, Just across tilefittoet out to thoroughly dry on the Albi.rt P INorton Murroll Joseph| ,
: I..oond
I; Hiil H.!rl|>tloiiii t ht.rol,,, nmr l..t v tlMdrII.IIIKW VIr. Frank Buck, a man who has Is OhIO cultivated and tIle looroflhe I shed. The heat canned B J l.w Albert
mid niunny with Ill r. B: I) mniU at w..l lihoilta John o
time pimttilllcie who. lit. our itutliorlHml. .aK iit.CKPH Ived the greater part of his life In I lees have vigorous growth the corn to pop, nnd popping coin .1.dI'k Crescent City, Florida
__ __ __ lute I DISTRICT NO. II.
4 n ,be peach growing of New swelled lip nod cailHi'd, the roof of the
R"CUOI this year. to burst the Anna Abe Bench F AItyiinin .- "-- -

\\rFK<'FNT ENUisn:01TY TB\lPEltArURR IM. ruiifcM u, mia Foil,-E.THE U. Jersey: "I consider the hllh l'ldg"lolK The trees In the Hulilmrd park, mill's>nrn rolling and open tumbling snow-white out as the U"bY Ui.anlu E ItiiimonMoltiillUoitll T Dii\ h. lli.niid.lltnrv, I == SOUTHERN RAILWAY ==i-

WILLIAMS I 01l BIiVEIl. the utibt shore of ,,, Cres- glove have dune well this mid roof gave way. Motiiiig. E Lltols'rsiiit -- -

1\1I.x.for 1111"I...' debit hill Ideal peach growing sectiotl.I they too, will probably yield SI'n"OI. well In The floors caved In and the fire below :i U lliiwartlIlllitiiiii W Slmrii I S Ml.n HWuoila EFFECTIVE :.1Uni--- I

Oi'lnhcr. tt.var.! V. g P. ". U ha. 84 hn.II spotted it; us excellent fruit WHS smothered out by the pop \\1.oLW l U'Eor uOU'1 1ko.oHl Ni.lii & .

.4. HatiirdayHnndny. ..'1'1 hO inTil OJ 11'0'- mother year. Mr. Chas. Webb, the pod corn. The popping kept up for niSTKICT NO. 10. I hliohiyh1iullY I ______________________________[ Dill' y
11It NIl vo '1 Ing IUlid the first time I saw caretaker, has given much pitiustaktug four hours after the flames wore CViaoi',.oiivlhi'Wuuthiortt U,. 5Gll. L. J..k.'Iu.. "",,11'0' <. ... ..,

7.n. TlHMIilliy Monday. .. ,'Ii. 71HI To< tft T" hat year I bought a t'ICt of land Ittoitlun, to this property.Do smothered., All that remains of the PnUih Julius Chnrler Jorilon Alunru' NLBUIINUwinWm 11|JMnnn Lv Lv 1".nlnh.. .. Soul 8tlort born, Ill.UY.I v./I/ lii 13 Ill.10 a a Ar Lv Miiibii, ""..11"0y.ity... 10"so I aAr

I'!. .WodmiiKlny 111rnuri.ilay T 71)m lift .ml get out a pencil grove, putting .- coi'nshud and contents Is a large llnyJoliulliiuBcill hiihiuvtilo,' Sotlibonmi: :lty.l :: I I ; I I (Op Ar Plvlllit. :: ,\:: :: :Ill:::::: 411AL'IiIChhihiihl

tu I Friday' ,'75 1'1 .M.I 4Wl 74 7J' lie trees between the small orange white mass of popped corn almost us Edward i41iut..eruhmy"T7lMl1)O) .p Ar tr Atlatiut lkokiuiirl., : :::: : : ;; ;:: mu :
You WANT TO YAWN big as the died was. DISTRICT NO. II. ArLyiieiibrgiHout.litiriiI1y.'J4eftTil1hl : r,
rees that had already been set out A. ii I. U.\" I I' 1.0. ".. ity..a.a si .
Danfnrth Johu P
CI.lu\"IUo. <
Fool cold shlverhiRH aching In the 10,1.00 oil
,, ""' ''''''''''''''''''' on the place For four after OLD MAN WEDS SCHOOL GIRLVllell Powlnr W Ar itiiitgiu, lao tIlonil Iiy I I 7 Iii: p A Ul.itiaumg., .,,.,then .I 4i1 I
: : : ::
yeurl jouus, luck of e."rgy. headache, and l Gifirgakifl JunklnaSQMa Ar Ilititi, ::,,e: P. It. It.... .. 'I u ci II 1 Ii Lv t hiutt.uOifl: qi.oett: N ; ) hIP
Personal and Social. $ the. trees bt,'|rnn to bear. I had big treat depression ? 'hesR Byiiiptoiiia may. Daisy Belle, of Heading. Pa., .lai.aM> Lad Miu.ortf # of liicslniis Waldo anil Angel be fll1I\O1 by lioiulauho, high fuver, iged ir> years came to recently I'HIBl.-k L lUlu' I'.I.... .. C"'I'' UtU" ltoIU.. <'lo1 I C.n.o.II' a"l I
01'01' she took her seat and began her Slop u JS WrluntEWDISTRICT A JI'III. <1.11. 00001
condition known 6"1
t Ixtl'II.U No. 81 Now Yn.k Saline Dully
which I ue.voIHu..a.
"", ,,, sold at a good prollt. .1< Flu.I.II crnaot
L"U"I'n. .
studies ns usuaL Ho did the other NO. 12. 1"001 I
an Hi rhino euros It. Take It 1'.11"0" iooihlg u..l.riipa and &'' T".
George Neat. IIBH H. nice flock ol lie orange trees had! then grow so befoie 1011.h.the dteitsit guts fair hold, girls. Later In the day the school Ailams B Illitnohar.l r CUrown .0.10 'u Now york. D"h'l car.. L A .UI. .l that I hud the ellis tttnrtled to learn that Daisy wa. AdonIs Brnwn o N0hiilhllgithm No. hO. Wiu'llllllton. inI A. Ublo "I"
hInge to cut pencilrees though It will work a curt In Btttgo' U""lu",1 1101'1,10 ii' "
any 1 I
t W s L i.1
tuikey'H coiiilnif on for. the O..k Via ,
L. .
spring' down to make splice, (orl'atlges J. A. 10pkloa. Muuchu tor, Ktn., writes : I brldu. 01 Saturday evening( she Viiiiiuilly. A J Dull Julin T L"Uu liollilny ReiiBon. U"r- became the wife (of Jacob Klmk, Kvmi I u o.tOitnla t".lutl" 1'.11 Lllu.
) else I vuuld be III the l"llohu..il".1 "IIIVI lap" your gleat mouldo., iged C4 T Oudl.e 0.11"0 1..10'Cliiu D IVli .. l\.l, c. 1tS F115. P ,
J. L. Mnul 1 In still conllnoil to hit. b no, for eov..1 junrg. There IB nolh- Y""S.The urnlnitorJU Hit ilnv Orturnollollnnil .""", c. .
) yet. Ihlsin a groat -peach log butter for ma1H'II, chills and fever chld's mother says: lilt Is W 11 n I ll r,'I'll U 1'0 CINCINNATI TUROUO" TUB LAD 01 .-."IU" '
In .
bud and hilt condition apparentlyno I'YCI"Oln"Ut'n
ountry." and for blood- line ) II II..rl.d. Kllnk prom. Mlllts W U LugoiinujoMoD.iiluill IlK Y. ., 'h'LI"I'
butter lie liim been Kreiitl.eitkoned I\ -?.. h..unche. bllolHnees., Is nothing. as Iltt'lllo luke a good hUHIld. and as 0 T I'oaurlO 'rlE M V..I''. (e i ..
Manaoa Itiinniltreo I J .
\\ by his Ion I( lllnuHH.Iton. Flue Cr<>|; of Potatoes. t Ilrlr.llvl[< nt Aokoriintn it Stewart's, each I lIe two other" I went much along attached to Hev. 1"to. HnililiJJ W T WniwuuUKH NoltnhauiouD. lOlm: I No. iii" .: t, :.:IW : =:: :: it ity,::.::: I I : t& _

J. }f. Miirp nptiiit MunJii) The past seHson has boon generally cent.hltku.( City.and Loun.U' drug store Ores- K. Huntzlnger's parsonage and gave uuirn JISTRUT NI). III.Mom.W t; ':' :::iIO.:: S Suthsnii uihern: by.III:::::: I II i 12 Ti0j lU a, At LV ,:: :U' ::::\: 11.7 ity.::::: I n: ,r rLv I

liiHt; In Pnlntka wliero. be wont to !1'OIOUIC..dll particularly unforlu- -- -.- ---- nv consent to the wedding. Daisy D.I.. L (toloti" $Ohllihirit B' I 7 i'Ma IX, "Tllo ". LI"o.I". I IAr
bouk for thiN vlll go on honejiiioon trip for lliilliucir W A 01..0 S D A.I".lh, Slltllort Ky.'I I 1/I' I. .0aUb"lu thus 611.1 D"ly. I
I ellis
of 1 "loop.
take In hilt reKlxtriitlun ate for sweet .. I'nlltuln
growers 111.1
potatoes 1'OMONA. UolllnacaHowi or .. iloilUheru icy. .I .
week or Ho). Daisy is a fine little O.UI.lmL I. Nhinilgs 1'11' Jaki.ishhI,, ; I
pici'lnct. About 13 new voters liavi )wing to the lot drolth of the HIIIMter girl nnd will make K good wife. She HowollltUKliaull'II U W "r'' 'r II U"\III"._______In.o" .Uu.'onl________________ 11. L' IUN I' lily P1015.itOh.1.011" ...Agutl. sIt., Li
The Middleton 1 liros. In.II No.80. Pitlhinitti drawitiig.rouiii sloelllug ear 10k) odluo'\ Id IV. hity 11'01.Jk..u.UI. .
registeredWill and the piedlctlon his frequentLy turpentine will have a nice homo.IAUH A 11 A U .. Piuwlugor. Agents
Olu'ln" ar07 VI.'llu.
W Lamia ti SMittltliiy 1.1.
have dl Holveil Lnoi' .
opc'iittorsnt .
I been luado that there would be a thll place 1 Jlk..l.m.Via.
Ward Hon of Rev. ami Mn The business here will LII.bo.n, (W I I' IRiirNly I II'
Q. II. Ward, IIIVH been home on II rent shortage of this essential urtl- 1"I.tnorMhlp. under the sole owner- : uvula B J.h.UItninmiiir 1".I..rIO'rh. U.ACKEUT.Ounaral Maimvor, H. 11. IIAIU\ItH a P A.

visit during the ptiHt week lie IM at ,iitT of loot! about Crescent Clly. I hip' of W. S. Middleton. Mr. It. (J. Sonklng wet, and resembling a cat W Bllllu lliii| .n> W H: W..hlhiigtoil, U. C. .
H TAYLOB. A. a. P. Atlanta
bat hud( been thrown into the river J A .
Middleton hits the tthr.LlOlltlhle J"h. 1'.y".I.
purchased -
l>rt-Hent miinager ot a large coininli 'here are, however, soine potatoes, antI then pulled outa sadfacedtnllnn BililtllSFSliililiom ,
of hr.VllliaIlis JustlIver ,
JnnT Sniltnswnrl.llim
Biiry ]UHt outside of Jacksonville. ud they are bringing growers ole the cnmp line In 11'101 county and visited the New York city ..h.lh, ,, Ja hi | w WTboll"u" 1..1..3 F O.lmo niclmril Parties wanting

the ollar per bnalitl, with quick miles thiN there. to take charge. '.hoM.rloll mil ri'Cenllv and nuked to see thennyor. w B Waller leo llunj .
Those who took ateiuiior Crescent gone \\nrrinwKYttnbaroiltfli JiwhwtiJitites Jouklna WmLiunUVuul ..
I or all they can In. firm will be. known When told that the mayor \Idle A M 11,1, JoiirnJolinC
county Weiss C L LI"U
lnt had to out
Monday Ret earl -
ttid to hIs. olllce on Sunday,
Middlutou & Bro. The M.V..gn80n Allen BERMUDA ONION
KdgarMcdmdy. about thu best I Iii. I R. C. so- lot cOle 14. )
> HB tha Bteamer left her. dock at h..1 ; loss to the plnce by reason of I be tii 11511 lxpl.lnfd that he wantedo Ni'lHon )A Kniiniltroo WinSturK ,
have\ hoard of thus lie el,1 W CltrllloTBCruf HlohanlniiB MIllKUSLOlt
C.ivenlnU m "
rop we seo the have his boot- < PI"
n o'clock In order to reach. Piilatka on he removal of U. C. Is bn I.I a 1 aEloIishtff II IuD tDIKTrtll'T It
11.lllotol1 > > D"1 IHUM
IIIIS just b.gul tiiTdlg them and says 'onslilerablo.W. thick license Ktr..llhtel..d out, P u ,
time to take the delegates to the Na- ; Fh'.1 25.
ill "1'oota near ... fun on UnrkaVT 1 IMoLnrtr Ni. SEED
ntt and half he l..n
: on an ncra a
t tonal runner'a Congress. on a river S. Middleton loaded lip three (ata llcen'," he ( ( Data lioen' O A Oxl..y U l Do..1 I 0 liriiwn Piiul
ride. ,hg at the least t calculation 11 btinhs. I big" tll I Inn wngoim wih I t Pomona end Ilka damn fool Data llcen' say I4'toy 1 i Snow w CWbtiiouk 4 M Citric JolmIlitrnillCI J L
0 A OoohiniiB
rl.lt I'
should their orders else It
people Sunday an Mr. and Mrs. JHH. A'. Clone are entertaining Of course "fiirinlng doesn't pay In :) the Cainp-inpctliigat' Hcfcher lucka boots chair. What's DISTRICT NO. 15. lluilmin FrancIs Ji.lina 11IIJiilllia will be too late to get a supply )

their dit' gltter, Mrs.Tsorthrup Sulphur Springs. All had a prollta1 mat' with data lie wuntn C B A".luol J P L \V Julie JninaaJolinann
llul'lu.. but wh"l .a man can get. z. mayor Bait A R ..h'Mor' JFnvurii Jolina LulyJiiluiaon
of Ashvllle, K. C. Mr.. ;IIMI from an acre and )t bolt of land I 1.and enjoyable time. lake fun me?" Uu rte n P AmOranburry 11."dnl Mitunoy K 3h'.n. Fresh Garden Seed 4'Por
The watchman In the ballglanced B )i Alex Mityura J.II'
Nortlinip wn hero some time or ten Ie it at least getting partial p"yof The groves about Pomona are at the license 011) was O.ood.IIIolb'ou' M ItJiihuaoa ..l.ilinJl.iiiunr 1'\kI0 ,.... hliunliitia J.inj Fall
I look I in fine condition there Isonsldernble paper All 'ritti J M
Itig "n
She at this time .1 .,
years I\KO.\ conies :he time spent In work, to sav loth- fruit on Ilt them. worded ns follows: M..nrl M.IIHIIJNStowart homiM, T 1 Tn..I' i

to be with her mother. whose health, Lug or the privilege. of enjojlng the I HOle "Know\ ye that I do hereby license lul"II" i I .11 w Ihi.rpJ It M fll| (">"a U Q lave arrived.If .

.. 'me two weeks hits not Ilnv. M. (J. Welch hns returned Salvnlore ChhitlUella. for the blackIng : )" tfllthl TotmailEOWlllta K JAlfor.l XVIIIIiitnaBJUlloUI., to bet
dining piuit )est climate on Smith TN WaN J."n you are going plant a garden
al-th-y-rolll1t the north and Is with chair.
I roni again occupyug of boots ole H U
been good. :he globe his cottago.The "This license Is fur one year, unless JOSEPH Pllll& ter see us.Lound's .
DTSTRICTNO.l/ CICrIc nuil. ADd II... lloard of Ouuuly' 0.,1..
Jack Cone, u popular young man ( of the pulpit Rnll'In.l..d or r.voked. Alli'tuulm Anilru... C U etin'n, ,, .
Itiiilness lias (irinvii. supplying "
ot Lake Olty was here for a few days The of IUI"tol hereurliig !,);TU LOW, Mayor. AiklnaAlux KIIIH (illvallra.lillik Puliiika. Pin..Oat a, lIMIt' Drug Store
his customers had Hull
Snlvatore John
lust week on a visit to the family oIfehlry A recent Issue of the Savannah the winter bus lot yet been to him about 4imlinm Jak ,

lIiitchliiHOM. Mr. Cone visited ,orning[ News' Sunday edition conilned 1 olved. but It U thought that a sup- legun with guy chair and told him bllckingbootH that 11.1011" 0..1..11"
a Crescent Citv.Executor's
will soon be found. Ituv H. M. Ieit4)ouk l> B Vurilom ju NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB .
Crescent City last year and made a long descriptive article of ply LanM..1 well not return. its license did not nuthorl/e him to ities'll wm MoaraVlHHu Kampnim MilileySumiwon l'r J A Tax Deed Uniler Heotlou 8 of Chapter

many friends among our young people Ihl Plerpont Manufacturing Co's.1lant --_.. --- (so a brush. NO. 17. 4-Hf Laws of Flurlcln.Nutlua I Notice.

In that city, together with -.. DISTRICT Is hereby given that W. S.
all of whom to VA STED.
were pleased I HOle
1 rlbli n HDavlnAL .
Ahatnnl Notice I I. hereby given ihnt SIX mon i after
greet him agaIn. icts regarding the growth of that Wo would like to auk through the col- IIiul ICiiongli for One CIilp. J.hii8 in DOMuUona Ilddlotou, purchaser of T x Uertlllcnloo the ilitto buruof w. will |>r >iniit our tlunl nuooiintaanil .
H fHllokuor dated thu 3d of July, A. D., '
Nb day
A 1257, vntiiHiurn and link! lo In iIlsoha.g.4)
In hut \vueks. News It WHS stated uslness wlileli will have an Interest iiiiis of your puper, It them Is any pnron "This high play at Saratoga," observed 1 IIIlIiiTRIC'F ))!) has tiled Bath onrtlllvate lu lilY "rniii the brOIler .etoii.ietramioa. .( tba .t.t..
to Crescent City people ow Ing to the I Iflct who his used Urevu'a August }lower the man whose shoulders and IS.Arm.l.oll..I. IKII. fur tax of Hitiuli UullK'i' h.ieof lie Putaium
soil ha pllcatlun : u"Z.i:
: ;
that Albert Lounds had entered the for the cure of ilyapep- iinckof hair would entitle him Ni. olee. mid. and stilts uC honda, Uoouanml Si. lUi,
I that tile Indlle.t.o. gray Alili rnmn. J U to issue In noL'uidanot with law. IV..tUl,5ijhi,
Agricultural college at Lake City.I cOlplny'1 origIn' Silt and liver not beenOthIeliallIl o high military rank south of the .1..0 Said oortllluate. embraces the Jo I.owlugouoilbeil U..OWAiUT, 1'

This was iv in In take. It wns his Intention I plant wits located here. Among wo also menu their results OhIO river reminds me of a story Onttn JobujaiklnH Itoberl situated lo rutoniiiCounty Ap 94 Solo KsucutuM.Executor'H I.
I ther. things the article saysr ut'h sour etomnoh, fermentation of 01100 cur rent In the southwest. StIll R 'u'ld BL property .
to the school E Florida to wit :
to Lake
City Julio EilwM.iMIn ,
go ,
11 I
The lias three distinct de- hahltuitl costlveness, nervous dY8- "They used to 1 play> some pretty klnl ltSwain Notice.Volltw .
blk 58Situmma
factory cbMMuNuar
but (0.,1. Lots 1.2. U. 4 5, tt, 7, 8, 17, 18. -
Itt the lust his and
changed plans those of ii-poin, headaches, despondent feelings, high poker out our way and, gener- a t w llolitsiMirnian :
iirtnients 01 manufacture, ; 101) acres. In tven tltntslx tnnnthi. after
has to the South Florida Military I fitet trouble con.Mited ally speaking, the Raines were. plavd MmltliJ A M L l.rh.
crates and buckets sl""II"esD..sln any HrlaHBTurn TilhflliSlhtl| Ham ThH said land being assessed at the rtftU*. lwlt, "ur7, tieS,! will present myUi.nl
school at ).trLow. boxeS, with the stomach or liver t This with no attempt. privacy. Al- kin. B I 1'.m., John AWold"oO".evl date of the uf such oertlllctteii s.eouihl Siii vioimor. to tile ounuiy' Ju lH9ot
I'he tub and bucket factory has been leillelne has been sold for teeny y.'I" mOAt 'limy man who Ilkedlke a gentleman ,' Ino, w 10ll\.noe Uol."sallj piiinnmontiiUT. Fli.riiifi.ai.h' soil l*> be dl t-
Finance Co.
What excellent Idoa would \VallttirAuUniirCamnaily the name of Fla. ot.arKwl from the rurthor. < '
an It but three month Thepmaiid iii countries and we wlnh could 'butt gentle- Wilal' .. 111"0"11'01'1.
I In operation olelvtv..01 t onrtllloute shall bo redeomed coring tHlooCWA' Wood .
bo to get at th it; Uolf ground now I hns been greater. than the n.. you and send you one men who played from the top of the DISTRICT NO. 10.lli.lineii. to law, tax lined will lasua thereon. TliU JUDO U, 1_. ." ..

and the links In for tilewinter or our books free ot cost. you never aide to the ceiling, according to the Burton 1. 1 John 11)02.Witness ) L a. TURNER
put shape I : the auih day ot Out. A. D. .
that mid the L ou Jun
hands (hiHlmia Morrlaoullitlluway
I supply during tile, iltxl, August Flower try bottle rlrntVe lorlts of their several were For AOrantfar V ( and seal IIi. 00.1.
Bport. Crescent Citydoesn'tdo lins to make of Its eatod at a table contesting for J Jauk.pills W B Seth my official signature i )1I
I oinpany have known falling. Lana A W
tolo..mhwd Ilv..r I Joliinum SymaMiiuonnoll of A. D.
much In tile of nniklng the when the 17th day I. ptember WELCH & SANDU5KY .
way I umerous extensions. Among these so, something morn .1'1011 Is the mat i and fattening kltty, P B 1-iutiiiitt A M tile)) .
things attractive for Its winter visitors Ask oldest driigulat fifth, a. drummer, approached and Kllilay L B T"I".Obll.ler'or"lp..o
with your
the of another ter YOI. I P M JOSEPH PRICE.
be Ed Wuolay
constrnctul O. O. Woodbiiry, N. J. In the fine and any manner of his Physicians and Surgeons
but It ,
dim and ought to- make- O.al. Ct Putnam Co. Florida
'dry kiln and the two more this at ,1ml said he wonl.l. lik, to drop In. DISTRICT NO. 2O.Branoh Clerk Circuit
l.h\.clll You can got remedy
an Immediate move In this gytfinatter the to him but W W J BDanlals Will b at their office In CBESCBNT
ithes. The output. o( Luunds' Store Crescent City x here was no objection .

__DuI__. ._ I Just at that moment the players were P H J A CITY on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays -
,litntls' about ",IU'(' packages dally ; Hanloa a W 1I'"lu..n John B
retting back at each other In one of Million W K W. B. SHOTWELL of each week.
Will P. Johnson III spending a few und,' the Lead of pnckuges, I ul ant WOMAN j'0\ (lifTs tl'NOFRF; ha mo-tt heartbreaking gambles of Mooily W B Minor VrsnkMaiJraaet -

days at the home of his parents InUrovesdala. tickets are not Included the output Dr. Orynnnla lcDanll'l. I YOUII'' I ha evening. The drummer was H AH WMcOalltim M.aIi Moody,Jaaaa,,,, O W Builds t Row t Boats, Office on Central Avenue.

Mr. Johnson has long ut this department being about 1,000) ) woman physician therefore Ignored. This gave him Smith John ITIoa B W

been In tile employ of the Plant System The company employs, 2IX) MT home. In Minneapolis tier cnses offence and he wanted to know why I Iklo.uu i I SI.lb 0"1DIsTInCT RepairS bOlt. blliie and makes all
daly. In inedloul I Iannals. his wasn't as good any NO. 21. kinds of at his shop i Sperxcer
and Atlantic Const Line as all nt but It Is. on" of the most peculiar 10111. 8 wod ,
workmen present, II'ob- Miss McDnniel Is what objection they had, BluntS B Doyle J D lurearof his MEAT MARKET

extra, or flll-In agent, tllklng II atlons able that the number will \ (role an infection of allfa..lnl, Inyhuw.alt playing for It. Hint .S Mellon Ban] CrnaoeDt City t'la.batlsfaotory Dentist.

at any point on the line iluring the larger when the executions are made. IS probable that hers will prove to be "Ily time the hand had beenilayed Mutton John Hnbt Meeser MoUntnpv W DNalaon V 1ITI.ia work guaranteed at mod- ...

absence or vacation of the regular; The has trade In Cuba, one or the very few recorded cnseswhere out and the tension. relieved. U L North u B wit prices.
company this disease has not proved He was assured that no offence WHS TownMnd A B HuborM W O Park Street near Post Odloe."resoent '
ngent, eonsen.uently he sues a good( Jamaica, New York, and tlioroilgh- atnl. Knrly In JunBtliwstatelienlthepartment meant and that they would be gladti \Ilkluaon Bllahajr 'fbum."me

dual of the coil u try. out the snuthern states as "elM an was asked to diagnose > have htm sit In. Thadrummer, DISTRICT NO. S3.Putnh ;IO() Mew ricking Boxes City, Florida.

'V. B. Shotwell Is arranging to enormous local trade. boxel w hat was be a CHS of snin 11- somewhat on hIs mettle, drew out a E.lll" Bonartorooma laaanHarmon
f..ar.cIo Minn. The roll of and peeling oil a century'note .I J S and handled at one. price.
build made chiefly bllt. WlNoma.mJ lined hal JOHN VINCENT. D. 0. B.
-"er&1..ma11. row boat for the 1111(1 buckets being piI lIelr it In the-middle of the Po.eyJssW S..o"eT
died after
Manufacturing Cu. pill' I nt, Hobert Schrani H LO Also boxes made up. Hoops and ._.
convenient of those of the Horeliouse and asked who banker. -
our regularwinter ; for an Illness of three weeks and later table was DISTRICT 4O. 23.Oorman .

Visitors, who. would appreciate and Southern Cotton Oil Co.JIOTHBRS noMier) brotJier died with similar 'The house la atlll us qanker ,' Baladon R 8 Davis r BPlorrld paper. J. Weatherbee. QAIR. CUTTING ITS APPROVED STYLES

that the young mildly the player o t, CHILDREN'I WORK AIP\OI.LT.
having alight boat of thelr.own -- --- ymptoms. Learning re.pnd..d Blilar ParcyUitmhton
had been exposed to gUndered ringing he did so. MHo Henry I I 4 miles west of Crescent Cltv. Thaahop hiu recently
for fishing excursions, etc. Heretofore man believed that they ed servitor to the bell, v>u Dan Hunan Joaanh N flSW anil modern cl.aip and olnar .:.
would their m good It was responded J W Moroehmdmiao.,00 NI are kept In ."! only
Who horel. Jolly "ndl.I.
there has been no one to supply keep chldr.n and whereupon player up the )rln. .
watch for were of thlH. dIMPI" a jlclt'd ; Munilaa lionS >. unnd and ". ..&"""
this demand and many of our visitors l- health, stioiin 8n.1 remove th" them"Jinp-withkVhlte' portion of the tissue was for miidred dolh.rl and, U to MotM>nnHllEJOutran MoCranay Vt Private Hcliool. tarfaot ...utletaotiflfl.rDUOATIONILOLTIE. .
tealS of W011ft. this gentleman PT I. Smith KJSnillU
this him said s bring
While making ,
have been. pat to no little Inconvenience 'Cream: Yermifuge. It Is thehlldrnna' xamlnatlon. 'lOe.' $lhi.ti. I I 1.lo. opened her -
Miss who ,uSa a Miss Sarah Mabry private
xnmlnatlon H
ohlf" siulin jft
bent totilo. It gets dlgiwtlon l"n"nlel. I
to eoure A boat. Mr.
the grip
of "The
of the tit. Hotel
w..lened. school Kb ,
grailuata 24.
dor WO.
Shot well l, an boat builder at work si> that their food th"l has engaged He nave DISTRICT Oerg 5,5eoh. -. n.Ahlir laoSbN ''
expert ; and who may ...
rood. and they grow up healthy aoJtrouif. lU"hlltali. b..n natlraly. clearly out of his clans Baal T Campbell BswtoralaOel.la Wednesday, Terms twin* ...pbiy.lii. 5.14 ,
a'id hope work In Mlnnepalls game, was dl l
to hay several rnady be. Blraiq LaslU.Ilai4 M> -
A 8.1.tka tiTHE '
350 Aokurmaa several became In- where -white wer* worth- $ ,OUOtaoVWiew a *ypaa D"ol.H OK reasnnable, : ,:
for years D.. -
luter the people reaoh her,. tor the I aa4Lound* drug store, Crea- t uotud. York Tulpb.t .UU ttm V f".M._ .



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Mrs. M. J. Murphy has purchased
"< >> The Palatka News a-iiow dimmer residence with spucloiiR ( oIi. John B. Gordon the great MALARIA ANDYELLOW I W lIrt iowngOur

4 1 and Advertiser grounds. on the boulevard., city Confederate leader. spoilt Sunday

4 Beautiful Sea Ureone. night! and a portion of :Monday in the JACK -- ------------ -----.-------

i "M' -- A. J. Yarn of Friiitlmui was in the city en route from Miami to Ooaln I --

.(' .f'V '"' mSMOCUATIO: NOMINKKN.Fcir ; city Monday amid Tuesday and with and Jacksonville it which places. (From N.V.a_...J n..rr 14,1501.) i
he to deliver. lectures. "The widow of Dr. Lozeare who In
L1 ,, him were his son J. P. Yarn and a wim Duringhis $

t'"It.t, HtnU... ou.tor' : daughter. short stay In.. the city Gen. Gordon the employ of the Government. weutto
HTEfUKH U. 1\1ALL4.I1IY) Cuba, wan lu culat..d with Yellow 5' 1
c found time to call few old 1
; 7orMniitorC.flgra-coII1\ IU.'.: Mr. Qibbous, the Jovial traveling on n Fever through mosquito bites,and died, ._ I
k : 1WI3'?. W. 1>AV1H.PoFC'QRintmllitrt' representative of a large broom concern friends, and many people who- saw applied to Congress for relief to-day." --- --
; the old.hero and recognized him introduced The above tells of the sad oulminatioa STYLE.
of Davenport, la., was in town HOWARD .
r A. (C. ('IWUM.r themselves. of a aeries of experiment! by the
For 8ocT...'tnry of SIHI' ..': yesterday on his semi-annual visit to Government, all of Which proved con- Suits Hats Shirts, Neckwear,
He Is of the last of the New i-all
h U. fUA-lT CUAWFOIIU. Palatka merchants. one great elusively. that the familiar mosquito is I I
.. For Juntle' 8tipr*nin oourttW southern leaders in the war between a dangerous vehicle for carrying Malaria '

A M. Ik.. UUCKGIt.< U. K. Landers of Rocky PointFla. the states, but his eye is undlmnietl. Yellow! Jack," and other uialarlul I Underwear Etc. : "
'4.c g for Bftllrimil" CninnilH<>lIera: ., near Ualuesvllle one of Alnch- fever ,
', 1 1III UMO.I: in;miJKFFElUdUN and his mental powers urn still tta active i
\ U. 1IIIUWMB. lift county's prominent and influential attractive clothing -
I :a. For ..LOg Au..nn,.: farmers Is III the city this week aa when, in the height of his swell dresser who adopts 1
; *L S IUIL.; ALLI1K1) power he wan! a leader In the United dresser who appreciates genteel '

T: k r Fnr State, Hnnitor Wtli DltiUi. attending to business matters conCerning States SelIlte.Oen. the cultured man who favors
L8.t1UIL.. business
$ i Putnam county lands. Gordon was born In 18:12: and stylishness, the
4! Vor nnikroHniiUitlvea. : sure to find the
/t a... HritAUTK.. \ Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lartve are in when the civil war broke out enteredthe the most practical sorts are
Florida for the Inter from New Confederate of r ; choice In our store.
Ctttmity, TrtMwuran army aa captain .. I Clothing of
N'' & ... J. KSNNKitLV. Haven Conn. Mr. Lnrlve has beenIn Infantry. He rose through the various y I 'I -

: .? For OtTiiikt5':! Tnx UolliMtor health for time andIt in quality but "uptotheminute"
some past ,
d t A.$.\S 11.1.,111 I). poor graded and in 18(1)1( ) watt a major );i "Old' Reliable" THETAILOR

.. L ? Z For CV uiatv;TAX:I'i"-'r: : ; Is hoped that his visit. this winter general and corps commander. lie Those who are exposed to raosquitos in style is
t (U. F will result in complete restoration. or other m..larlallnI1.enoollsbould, take
: was commander of the second
army I I }I
For But>orvlu.r of Kltrntlnu: warning. Iron Is the fighting element nrt C1otMu. .
". I J' HKNIH I'ETKH.MASS. Wallace Harp H Crescent. City corps at Appomatox. He wan Iu the Mood and provides nature with I Stroiisc $ Bros Rial) MADE

.. ; r Fur IMmiM J''bllllIolr"I1..D., ,, : )'onnglIan, wan here Saturday. on a wounded eight times and bears on sufficient resistance. to ward oft disease. i ivv

n) k : $..J B.rtXKKH 1111.111'11'1L. visit to his sister. Mrs. K. F. Adams his face now an ugly near by a Unionmmmiumiebafl. But If the blood is Impure or impoverished t I _"!"' e a.xs S..I.o""VV"1ng :' WI'JSoI..,!

,. LAWAN' 1'IIICE.Forootitin or If there !,. weakness, it :.Jilr'J.: ""KI.nil... ;
Mr. Harp( was for some time connected -
$4.. I d>' ) : means that the flghtlngqualltles of the I shoe. .soc. ,
$ F. J. rEAUN ll.IK".ra' with the Palatka telephone exchange At the close of the war Gen. Gordon blood have been lowered and consequently \ The best infants Palc tlht
HASl'OCKW. . . $.i.oo. ,
JOHS shoe .
station for took there Is it would I child school
but U
D. M.I.KN now a conspicuous place among danger. you The best m

?. '" y J. C. KTIUfKLAND the East Coast R,)'., at Hastings. the lenders of his state. He has escape, keep tbe blood pure and properly The best misses school shoe. $>i.25- 1)451) Tm4i
J. 1IUUKU8.\
T. nourished with I
; :: : The Ouards. had I it very Rood turn twice been governor and twice U. H. The \V. L. Douglas Shoe for boys prove to be '

out at the meeting at the Armory on Senator. from Georgia but resigned Dr. two pairs of any other ma e. < j
"" Harter'sIron good as ,
as ,
Tuesday) night and the regular drill his seat during his last term In that .

$ City happenings and $ exercise through with hody* Street t m'"i 50R(
was gone Lemon I QBANOEO :
after which the repaired to As an orator he haa few superiors. TonicIt ON UVERY
: Personal mention. company m llleyer
$ .Smith's Ice cream parlors and enjoy- nnd his lecture, "The last Days of 1 t Palatka, florida, SHOE.

ud light refreshments. the Confederacy," has been deliveredIn supplies tUu" blood with Iron In a :tRaeodtetIoofrtii I,SboI) ,

: E. J. of NeoK, vaa In the all the principal, cities of thu natural way. It is recognized every. __ -. 1.I 1.
Harper --- -- -
i:4. of fall has I-- ---- --- -
; As imual the approach where as the best blood purifier and -
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city Saturday. United tonlo In aud it has been used for -- MEI1ILILL I IPRmifulDENT.
hronght out a crop of prophets who States.a_a- use, OEO. E. WEr.CH, F. B. PRESCRIPTIONS
Mrs. A. T. Trlmy I Is reported very ill\ are prehictimmgallsortsof weather for half a century. A. VIes RE8IDEI'IT.' JAKII/BB.
Itnse Hull Tomorrow. Carefully Compounded"
at her home in thin city. the winter.. The chances are that F' Houston T.... Lug. 1.JIIOI
The professional and bankersof gJ "I have weed Dr. H.rter'lI THE National BankOf This is an old familiar
Jas. V. King!!:, of KoccoU visited they) won't know for certain what we Palatka will conclusions with Iron Tonlo m y.elf and 'In my Putnam say.

the city one day) last week. lire to have any sooner than the rest try family for over twenty live rear*, end ing ; in fact, it is so old that
the local merchants In game of bas can heartily recommend It. 1 reKunl Itme Fa.la.tlca.
Emory Green, of Welnka wan in of UH and we won t know until afterwe particularly I valuable to ward uo"malarial some druggists have forgotten
.; ; hall at the ball at 8:15 to
park : p. m. and other tovera. arid tender all
the city TiiMicla. r on business.* have it. 3. 1?.KATC We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County what it means. We have
The of the not.
I morrow. proceeds game with Bunking/
I Land and Frleoo Line. onnslatnnt good
Emlcrallon Act., aDd acooinnio.latlon ;
r of the courtesies
Cnpt. W. D. Allen, of Fruitlaiul The Clyde Line steamer City will be turned over to the public li- We believe it is the most im
initial for (IU.MO _riel.e 1HI mtm ..., elil I. t...le..)
1 was In the city one clay thin week.C. I Jacksonville made its trip brary. John N. Walton has consent -- -- _. thing in business
last arrivIng += =' portant our
the season Sunday night .
] t' H. Preston and E. D. Luanda of ed to act aa umpire and will wear. a John C. Powell to Wed.
here shortly after H o'clock. Timeboat ==- We not only do it carefully
: :
c. 4 Cresceet City were in Palutka :yes coat of mail. Cards have been Issued announcing .== JU tna.rn.: ,
had and but do it
a large passenger FLORIDA. we quickly.
terday. Tbe professional men and bankers the of PAL.ATKA. !
approaching marriage
ISst. There about two
'1 James Fennell!, of Melrose, was a freight hundred people on the were wharf to seethe nine will\ be, composed of the follow- Miss Erne t Sellers McEachern of Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and POROUS1

; business visitor to Palutkii one day pluyecii. : Chss. 1 urt, T. B. Merrill, Marlow Ga., to Mr. John C. Powell Patents. REX
; .i this.. week. l D. M. Kirby Rev. Douglas Matthews the well-known turpentine operatorof <<: PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 1 PLASTERSfor

\ Charley Anderson, son of Mr. and Henry Strum John Crosby 8..1. this city. The happy event will AiroliW :Milllory SKmm.l.lp, Una.
Miss Vlvan Ackerniau. i Is vlnlttng FRESH GARDEN SEED. aches and palm of ill humankind
Mrs. T. li. Anderson of this city is
Hilburn E. E. Haskell. and E. :Noble:!
bo home'of timebrideelect's + +
celebrated at the
her sister, Mrs. Walter M. Davis, In the winner of the Jacksonville. Me- 53 S= .I.IifII.

t 9L! Jacksonville. tropolis' prize for being the first to Cnlhoun.The opposing nine will consist ol- Eitchern Savannah brother Archibald at 8:8O: a. Mc-in., 1---3; m ,M 3 at'' au %: .! I Uotll "I K for) 1103----1:"' : A Porous'Plaster that is once

Capt. John Simins, a prominent send. In the correct number of lilies c. E. Row ton, Frank. Wattles M. M. : identified by the of REX
Wednesday, Oct. 20tli. Luncheon F. J. Fi> riiNklu >t Co. lire showing name
citizen: of Orange Springs> wn In used 1 to make. a cartoon drawing of: Vickers :Eugene Gay, J. Ed. Lucas TO THE LADIES Htuck of and
fr \\ill be served at the DeSoto Hotel J : i> cninpli-tf nmv nohhy, : needs no further evidence of
$ i town Monday. the face of :Superintendent: Glenn of ;J. H. Fry, Herbert "Wilson Cornelius lit I o'clock after which the bride lulls for children and hU.,8. limetyl.s

; Heuls Peterniaun of Ocala, has the Jacksonville. schools. Carman W. A. Walton.Ambulances -' .t nre altrnvtlvu mid will not only reliability. It is a positive
V lT -TPm and groom will leave for Florida. IB .
the chllill-eil, limit the priceswill
: been in town tiLe past week on a visit l F..lland. Winter purchases : pli'ilse and quick cure for coughs
West End Hose Company Is to have been arrangedfor The bride has many admiring My I (,iletisiiinrpiitx.. I If I you I have ahovKiippoHu ,

$ to home folks. have a meeting the reel house on to carry otf any of the players) friends iu Florida and Mr. Powell of MILLINERY are now open It! I you lirintf him I to Foarn- colds aches and pains.

Dr. Steen lias-fitted up pharmacy. Kirkland. street tonight (Thursday) who may suiter from heart failure aside from being a large turpentine = for your inspection. I feel sure Kid for it sight of our boys suits.Slut .

444 Dk at his office ami now supplies his patients at 8 o'clock. The boys) contemplate and
:; with medicines. organizing/ racing team in which witch hazel will be provided to sub- the Turpentine Operators Association that In the selection of a Hat or lit ****************..* j
.:: Mrs. Cameron of Sluco. passed much Interest will be centered. due bruises.ChIef .. with headquarters In Jackson. .. Bonnet that I can please. time lit ,; ScillllA! llllJ1'iiiKI'iniK -: --- ',
h II' \Klfccts.Tli : '
However the .. of the meetingIs Hagair will be present to most fastidious. trade. / \ .
I through Palatka. Tuesday, being ei purpose preserve ville. !It .. J
,, 'd j __ < I lnliHt ati'l |vrmmosI fAHhlnnnarc $
,$ 4-.j ;J route to her home from Paytona. to decide on a banquet for the com order but the largest liberty ------- $ Mrs. E. W White. ::: nlwiits Immniliutitlv,' Iiit4rir-to|' l Locus. BAII.KY. ""'"', 'I. 1111 '1,11)1tie ) '
will be allowed "rooters" for either Eclipse of the Moon. Into UutKtrlck, Pnlirn. our o<*l'olior ....
About now the. small boy is wondering pany. ::: s..I.ly; i IIHH J JUKI bnnn mcitlvt -
1 P. Wall S. E. Tlmmons and side. A total eclipse of the moon takes :'iw m, M t JB x v v m m II' t il It will:: pay tvntn, ..,ii who Imvalr ,: ..1.a .
John _ _
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: If it wouldn't be a wise move to -i aa. : (. <..iiiiikliiK, liuotilluii* to call mijlook \AI [wpm llIE1{( & CO.ij" :

join Sunday) school before CliriHtniagChas. W. J. Green prominent Baptist layman Waived K.vumiiiutloii. place at midnight tonight and /' I'Ver our Mlnvk.Clitt4. '" I

of Putnam Hall and Urandln will be visible. in Florida. The 1/1/ E.: I Kowton.I'ltlKtkn. :t
Futch lOt the thriving HastIngs were in Palatka Tuesday en routeto George Parker and Albert Mixer' eclipse from beginning to end will FRANK H. HAFER a lie. II' Fire Insurance: ,

i neighborhood, was uoted Hllion Volusla surviving principals in the Georgetown !; last more than. two hours, totality .. e..
Garden, uinl
as American
Spring/ county Leading ForeignCompanies' .
the visitor to Palntkti last. Fri-
many delegates to the district Baptist as- tragedy of Sunday morning occurring at 12:10 o'clock Friday

x* day. Oct. 5th, and 'Y. T. B. Varn held as I morning.\ Such phenomena never AIAXKA.. FL-A.
.sociation. They all had the prosperity : .
\.i I Congressman Davis and Hon. H. ) look In their eyes dress and accessory. were before Judge Coxe 1 grow common or uninteresting, except ---

yc! I J. Hllburn have jfoile into the wilds manners. ou Monday for a preliminary to sleepy quadrupeds, fowls and Accident Insurance:

of :St.: Johns county for a three days) ing. Calhoun & C'alhoun reptiles, and even they show symptoms R Real (EstllIllYetell1s. ToTHKflUKltlFFor< VUHfAX COVSTY. STATE OFFm.U1l.A
has sold 12O of heRr-I
F. H. Hater acres
'rc. & bear limit. ed 1 Parker Davis A of enthusiasm, fear and Wonder I i ; ; The Travelers of Hurt[ ford. ;
t land 1 on the (I. S. & F. By. eleven I Iln II known,I,, thnt I, II. CLAY CRAC FOlIO
and ;J. :N.:
Misses Lila .nd Nellie Downing defendant, Mixer. when eclipses are prolonged and --- .Hcurnliirr. of ktnt0< f .ilia .slams,
t! have returned to Palntka after an miles out from Pnlatka to P. U.Shippee well appeared for Yarn.. Two witnesses [renounced. Eclipses: of the moon Twenty Years iu Florida.! 1"rob1111.. nullue UinlaGeneral Life Insurance. : .
Pa. Mr.
of Tofry Shlppee
: absence of six uiou ths, ami will spend only were examined on Monday are just as interesting without a tel I Election Ji-nnnnia 1(
several days here last week The Old Reliable III( "
spent Tuesday. morning by agreement. of ultl belmM I In Putnam, ,
f the winter season here. escope its with it. If tonight l Is clear County, tttnto of KlurtI -
and stated that it Is to settle NURSERY ,0" TituHilny. .
purpose I"I iuxt auiviHMlhig 'iho Ilmt M m-
: F. V. Owen fciatsuma:; was in the in the county next when he the attorneys) the defendants waived the sight will be most interesting, a* f 'Uy In Novoiuber. A. I>. 1W2, Urn. saul Tuowlav. Life" of New York. \
year examination and the two principalswere bfliiu the
the moon is full at the hour the STOCK.
to business
.11, city Tuesday a-ttendlng will, put up buildings and improvethe remanded to jail. to await the eclipse. takes place. Fourth Day) of November,
matters connected with nil estate of A limited number of fine 2 and 3 flarlne Insurance:
place. yvaiolii !
action of the grand jury next month -5 a Fnr\me RoprcMmtntlvcnr. the Refund. Con r*.
./no .' which he is administrator. buds of Pineapple anti Paratni-Brown I f roit|' ".UlRtrUM' o| Flnr-Mii. Iu. the ,,",..olllht
L Mac Bard of Norwalk was in the Varn was put under bonds in the Coming Home. budded. 1 Orange trees on sour stock :LliO!I ,. (JuiiftroM of. 'mile UUIUMI. K.....-... The Lead!nig Coin 1nnies.': :

Miss Emma Ebert arrived In the city) :\101111..,.. Mr. Hard, who is a sum of 11,000, with two sureties., for Rev. Fr. John O'Brien pastor of OOO Cassava" seed cane. cuttings Will F Fur<.r MiH'romry; .of Btnte ot> :tho simile of.FtorlUa..
Comi'tmUer of Urn
tfinU of PlurMn.
I c city Tuesday) from>> Jacksonville anti comm of Col. H. H. Bartl In one of the his appearance before the circuit St. Monicas Catholic church In this hull plants for spring, delIvery In good] > lor tine JuHtltt, ol tile ttuprviuu' Uourt o( *ifl All Claims Promptly

.: t9 I will spend a few weeks with her parents of the and condition. O."OvlDA8.. Budded hoses, Hate tit Florliltt.
big men county good na- court. His bond was signed by his city Is expected to arrive home today and I the New Home Plum U For two Itullron4l roinrnttmtonun ot tha Htata olFir Settled.

: : on Pulntka Heights. tured because of his bulk. He wearsa father and brother and he was allowed or to-morrow from an extended Writ for free. Address vm.irIm' "
catalogue I else 5rflamr for Twenty Sixth' BenatorUI. Orfloe 28 Front St. P.AI.\riu Fu.
i The painters wild decorators are number 7 ?3 hat and there is. no to go. visit to the home of his parent. in DlHUlvt' of 'the SlHleof Flnrltlo. I

., through with ttivlr work at Acker- :abnormal swelling to his head, Ireland. The' Interlacben Nurseries Far Leo. .Mniiibora. of ito llnu..ot lIop..II. i
; I / During the day there was a large \ I llvo ot tile simile' ot Flurl4tt.. __

i ." man <& :Stewart: drug store. The either. His visits to Palatka always. crowd at the court house and Interest Father O'Brien has been pastor of I, t'::r Tat Ano.wr.;. .

't v v store Is much beautified both within afford pleasure. to a host of friends. In the case was intense. Mrs. Parker St. Monicas for the last ten years J. H.. WYLIE.. I FtirTtucUnlittuUir.ForCuuntjr. Troaaumr.' Everything
I' lotprlachen! Florida. For five Guu :
. 1e 1 1W and without. There was not a large/ audience at and l her daughter occupied seats inside I and during the post summer has enjoyed I i'..r 1111' lllimb.ra uiy UomtulKHlnneni.01 tbe County lI..voI.ol e Chat is Good to Eat. :

,1, C. Lewis, the confectioner of Lake Fry's opera house last. Monday night ; the bar, and there were manyof his first vacation. His parish- For I'uhllll.iieiioo 1n.'rll"Unll.of iii'.1'110, In soil for
iL- City, terminated his visit tttUoodall. witness the performance of "The the friends of Mixer and Yarn oners and the people of the city generally P.33393,)3933. .. l"IIJ"ol"'e buotrmOs, Viii 10110. Can be purchased at the iirocoryol
No. .
Fla.! Saturday un which day he left Other Fellow." The members of the from up the river present.. will welcome his return. 1 "! No.In, i* No._ NU._

' l for home pausing through Palatka did nothing by of entertainment -'--- ...- 2 S H W J..R. CONE & SON. ;
/ 41t company way WiTl IM.u.t 'ir'is'l. Potatoes. Kxuluiiia Itelf. i millinery Opening J Wa. : _
: iil in the evening. which would entitle e it Newest. Freshest. and Bi'st llnt t Swll J
t Post Oltlce .
i .t them to rank above mediocre in John GllHson the well-known merchant Department, C '5 '.uiSrlSi'lJui1"' soil f"rl"11' following Ju.llooNo. in the city at prices that will be
fi The annual fall and winter opening First Ass't. Postuia ter Ueneral.. i .

f41t of Miss Kate Lucas. millinery) parlors vaudeville. Even the girls were and saw mill man of Bostwick, Division of Correspondence.Washington. :Miss", Kate L. Lucas : Ne *.. ,). 1'10.' No. sure to pl...asi" youA J.

barrel with voices was in the city Monday and had this Oct 6, lUttt. I I iii 1 U I. IOU tint .
is taking piece. today amid will built on a model begs to announce to the j .ii 8 11 trial order will oonvluo
.t ; 1
THE P.AI.ATKA >: 10'
continue through tomorrow. Palat like an old horse in pain. to say regarding the prospects of 1'WII.: I a U .8 :/0 this Is the place to g'l, ynut 1
Palatka Florida. Lattice of Palatka and 3 ,
farmers In his section. "We have 4 SM.' mon y'. worth. I
ka ladles are out In for4.I ; The public school at Bardln is reported Jentlemant The oll..lIlI..n or She Rb'IIT. I."U.II, In
of laud Bostwick which Is i Putnam. Countythat 3 law .. Ihe
plenty at req..uru..g 111810
to be in a flourishing condition I have the honor to acknowledge to esu.e a imiitioe or the Thone No. 87. -117 L..monSL
I The family of Ur. Ueo. C. Crum arrived equal if not superior to the potato the receipt of an advertisement. sentto her Fall and Winter :3 t 5.1,1 i.rlitod.h"lInn" In the C bo plibililmal, III a O0Wlip..pr.
with enrollment of nearly 44) Couoy f limes b
it in Falatla yesterday fromHeudertonvllle an lauds of Hastings. Many of our people you by an Atlanta, publisher to be stock of 3 iiieC..ui.iy:::: If mhere iii,'no pamer :,a //iCS: : :I:: -1
This is attributed 'Ole .
pupils. condition Inserted In publication the ad- CoOIII.lboF IlNIici.o mid leer lIfe
N. C., where they) last of your f.m enpioc
planted good Ihl.
the efforts of Its efficient year crops vertisement worded ..... "o'lue lu "be polte.. In. mOO 01"1
mainly to being so aa to 3 1.1.. ",, the pUbllo j .
have time. will Irish but the coming season : mumimy.
: spent some They potatoes RestaurantFurnished
L. make it that tbe books offeredfor Tine millinery I. .
and popular principal. Prof. C. T. will see more than double. the appear 'liCtilImoty "hereof. I have hereunto..,t European
.j make this city their home areage sale by that publisher are of an [L. II I ,1117, b.... 5,11. 5 heel. Ills oresi
Price who bas plainly demonstrated planted that we had last spring. Our Indecent If not obcene nature. will be ready for their in- 01 tilCl4kie' of I""rh'. a. T..II..b...Seam.ike

: ti ... daughterMayassoti Mrs. Walter Hardiu through and little Pal Ills ability as an instructor. The people people. but all we feel are good going and Into are the prospering potato- The department appreciates/ the refusal : spectlon on :4Clwrsday caililel IUKt, Imila the tI..tll.7't:1\ : ";:F''R':: A.: D. Roooin.i,

of the Bardin of to the ..... BathsRDBERTAJA1V1E5' ,
neighborhood are business scale and your publication print *""" "'8"' ". Hot and Cold
atka yesterday en route to Satsuma on a large expectto Advertisement. which.. calculated to TOB.C.UOWF.LI." .
be recalling |
congratulated and
to tbt
upon have lots of money this spring. Triday sberlft Puaam County.
I which to the .
Heights at place they will pander depraved.Very
Mr. Glissou is large
Mr. Price. shipping/ quantities '
i wW visit relatives for a short while. of lumber in car load lots to respectfully! : i6tl) and itb instants.! t
R. J. 5 Dissolution)
Rev. Thos. P. Hay and Col. H. M. WYNN Notice.
Jacksonville and hla mill is
John Ureen of Ft. fates In the a payIng -
r wits de Montmollin will leave the city ou investment. First Asa't Postmaster Gen. I The T> AIL WHOM" IT Mt CoxcraxiInrk _(SuooetHior to ChM. KUPI.bllorh| )
exhibit .
I, city :Monday. and Tuesday in attendance will comprise J Tok.5.itiOlJ _. J,-1.oIIIPA
t -- ------ that time PALATKA.
Friday to attend the meeting of the --- f.re, 00P5.'Ilmeraliip' here.,..
%, i- ,. at the Parker-Mixer preliminary Presbytery of Suwannee" at Mikes- U. I>. C. Animal Convention. : all that ia newest JJ .lyie, n'oUIlN or' .Ci5rkti.i.bo''e.' 0..usilrml"O.lflpftIl7. r the. ...Ilane I.. .10th, -

l ? hearing. Ur. Ureen I I..* one of villa, Fla. As the Presbytery will I The ninth annual meeting of the IS YELLOW POISON :R in the great centers of j* ilIninlved Thll .. ity IlitItlIld**. Will l hi 0(10151,1 e hereby

the moat popular men In his section. nut adjourn before :Monday night/ or General Division of the United In your blood ? Physicians call : fashion and will be of : .n 'I.'m.. 'wiTo"1..,""... aU "eonilnui"10''". 01101. slim bv T"'l1le 1.All.u.l of
The friends of W.Bavsett Daughters of the Confederacy willconv.1I1e it nalarlal Germ. It cap be nusmni tho por'D..hlp. Speaking
?1t : many Mr. Ueo. seemicha.gingr.d 11..1 IbIs .
there will be "50111
Tuesday morning no In the city of New Orleans blood yellow under i absorbing interest to all J: day oJ' A D l.l5.

j r: will be glad to learn of his morning and evening/ services In the La.. November 12th: 1112.) microscope. It work day and lovers of the artistic in o 01 lest.. W i. 1.LAN"CoAhK.: I
complete restoration to health. His Presbyterian church here next Sun- The rate will be one fare for the night. First. It turn yourcom- :

.' -1 appearance on tile streets this week day. Tbe Sunday school will, meetat round trip. Ticket will be on sale plexlon yellow. Chilly, aching: I head apparel. NOTICE OP APPLIUATfON Bread

; 1 gave much pleasure to bin. many the usual hour" 8:&) o'clock p. m. at of all November stations from 1UO2.\ the The 8th official to the route 12th: sensation backbone.. You creep feel down weak;your and ou are cordially in- J Laws Deed. Under teoUon) 8 of Chapter TAX 8118

friends. Mr. A. W. Tucker a prominent contractor selected is the Atlantic Coast Linein worthless. to be present on Nolloe or'18 Flortda.

Miss. Daisy Yohuui has returned to connection with the Louisville and ly dates hereby given that W. B. several
i of above
and builder Chicago was Mldll'"too.' Reminds that
NaHhvllle K'y, and their various con ROBERTS' CHILL TONIC :: name : Pl.roha..r of Tax Ortlneata us
.; t''. 4 her home in Kariuinah, Ha., after a In the city yesterday. Mr. Tucker nections. So 1l1i8.: d..1 the 3d day D. of customers have
our new
: 3'- six week. visit relatives. .. In Palat. will stop the troubl. now. Itenter 1"911, l.aa. (lied said noateyla
and truck o"rtI
owns a tract of orchard I Board has been arranged for at .* Ute blood at ence and & .. ..... "aloe, sad h.. i } told: us that they have
..r L1 ka and St. Au!!:nstliie. While here land at .Florahome and Is at present $f J.i!Hi) to $2.6u: per day. drives out the yellow poison. 11"00 to 18eue made applle..Uun' for SI
S she was the of her Mrs.t I The transportation committee haying 5'Ceniunoe with law found more real satisfaction
EL i guent cousin spending a week or ten days -vacation M neglected and when Chili., John 801M sertitleate
Bond's .mbracA8
i B. 1. Urooms. at that thrifty colony. He U and secured!good service exceptionally, would l urge low upon rates break-down Fevers Night-Sweats and a gen Racket Store.Fin tlolll'ribed property ..U uatad the In followlnll PutDam in eating our mane '

;Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Meyer have returned enthusiastic over time possibilities of all delegates and daughters to attend Roberts' Tonic come will<< cure later on. ) Line of Ladles Skirting of all County Jilts ,68 Florida to wit of bread than they nave

t 1 4 from a prolonged visit toNew the reclaimed land at that place and this convention BO' that same concessions then.-but why wait ? Prevent you kinds. Shirtwaist Patterns of all. kinds' Time said, 110, 81. 89- !aimm5. 118 0..11. before thought pos- *
lami4\ ever
York and is far dIstant may be secured for future convent future sickness. The manufacturers I.t the lowent prtoe Ltdlos and Misses being assessed. lit tbn
kt Charleston. Mrs. predicts that the day not dattt Dr
the 18.'l&oc. .
I par-
!IOIIM.MBH med Bats at prices to please' the "r such I'Ortlfteat.g. sible. There Isn't' a
,. Mayer ha been quite ill during her when Florahome proper will be J. PINCKNKV BWITK. New know all about this yellow most atrllsh lady. In tho n.me of }'Ia. Fillanoe Co. Puires it. i

I absence but Is now" improving' one of tbe largest towns on the O. S. Orleans, La., Chairman TranaportaCommlttee. Roberts'poison Tonic and to have drive perfected It out, I On Dress Goods Stock Is the most sal-l certificate hall be redeemed ao- tide of dyspepsia in }] *

3 rapidly. A F. Ry. He says the land U rich nourish your system, restore oompTote In the city and tou will| do cording to iaw. tas d"1" will\ Issue the..... is perfectly baked, made
g JOHMW.TKNCH.Gainesville well to look It ua the :IItb! ) day or
John W. Holllster, formerly bookkeeper beyond compare. and that the peopleare F'la.MBS., Member Committee. appetite purify the Mood prevent Fall Oreoaea. over before buying TOUT Wlto..11 my official signalers,A.aui D. 190:1.: out of the beat flour a"" ,
t for Vertrws A Co. this prospering. For further ldr..... Mrs. and cure Chills, Fevers and Your fur thIs the 17.h day or 8 red blow .
,. city, particulars< M.'rta. It.... cured thousands Bargains, .ptorA. D. 1902\( will make rich,
...- John W. Tench. Gainesville Fla. '&tal'' .JOSEI'll *. .
has resigned his position a* assistant PRIlX, bone
-It will cure you or ;your Clerk Ct. Ct. of Putnam and solid flesh and
it cashier for Armour" Co., Jackson.ville :Next to a man's family and bu.- -sss money back. This U fair. TryIt. John Bond. I -.-'- County- ...Piorki... .. our ,

/1 and will go Into partnership ness nothing should stand nearer to Peek' Pine Tar Syrup (Improved) Price, :25 cents. Tor sale by Oot. 18. Telephons. No. 90. Promptly soothlnn and' Suppose you give
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it never tails on Cough.. La Grippe or heallnir-
0 Y V with an established wholesale firm lU heart than the town la which he any Lung or Bronchial troubles.. Put- Aokarmao BtawarW I BuUwrlbe for the News on, dollar cuts. burns. Insect bites, old 1 ulcers; bread a trial.LmIGSTOI'S.

k t; la that city. Inel. ,5 Dan Pharmacy. Oct 18-lm C- the year'-fifty-two times. .to own' succumb l-harinacy., to OckUw Oct h...lGolm Put.' BKERT.l' .,'

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