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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NTEW>; HKIUKd; VOL. X, NO. 45. PALM' KA, FLOH1DA: THURSDAY: NOV.EM'IJE; : 6, 1002.) *1. Per Year.

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ft ='f f.J (Co.earnsie = l ALK.YANJ>oath Florida of a Prominentof Well UlaH. KnownHero. 1\IANN.CItizen THE 1 [ tiATit[ ATS IAi m I 'FA ,111'Inonrlnnnnnn HELLO Innn :"' rRiIT"'l; \ \ '




The body of Alexander Uedemann, poNurn i Please with
albert there's join me
t ( Jllways "SomeiDiite Doing/ ) In who this died city. In lost Del/and night l Friday and ,arrangements arrived- A ber r of Conoressrn eu n ood Make e eI I u WI I Ii .,


Great Opportunities :Mr.. which Uedcinnnn are being will was take made formerly place for the Monday a prominent funeral I Eucourll Ill Snowlno en Popular i John Bond's |14 ,

rewl'li'nt of Jacksonville.\ .. po I

Come to you through channels that are this store's recently moved. to DeLiind In order. Vole. Bul-.

own. This[ store i is not like other store" Its i progress> in lo who bu are near attending his son school and daughter at thai ,,..I Racket Store 1 N;

= urulerstand. its! methods fully. The style of placn. He lies been In ill health for po W ,

r1o Clo"Ting sell is some time pnsl" brlnga sufferer( from The Republicans Will Continue to I
commanding the attention
we of
men Brlght's disense and for the i w
past It: Hello.. ) John I Are you having a Special Sule this weok?
and young men who dress stylishly and well. The "mouth ho hud been frailmily( ] sinking Held Most of the Offices.
mud the end came limb Fridnynight. I Yes I Art' you wiling] goods at about New York cost? You I
stock! ire larger, your choice( will>l'. We haw Htoppcd higherooee.Mwre The death l of Mr, UedHmami The returns from Tiu-scluy's election 14
Wi'll, I I will dawn to sue or phone All right
COIIIH
you ] /
on all the experience of our |>:wt, and give, you tho gain of the CHUNKS profound" sorrow not only III throughout countryindicatemitt r:: you. 1 MI !//fl.' ,
this community, hut In Paint' kll.wll.re ( the republican' majority. In the : We urn giving some grunt hur(tiing in OUY GOODS, SHOWS::! : ul
Ala MINLNBAUNar4 ii {] knowledge of goods! of styles of market. This l branch will '
he formerly resided and In popular of Congress hi1reduced : and Ul<:X1'W FU FURNISHINGS: weak. J.
n ears big economy to you. )Deland as well, for he had made from 41 In the present Con. r.:l I 1 .
ninny friends there during Ills. stay grass" to about 10 In the next. DcmniTntlo ,I ''
I The d..nKo"VIK fifty-live years / gains have been made ns follows C;I Blankets. Shoes Shoes !
,
how
illustrates
of 14
collection Overcoat plainly
styles
Our very clearly we keep. old. He was. native of (jermiinyarriving : Hln Pniinsylvanlii, 1 In Nebraska po'I
in touch! with the advance ideas of fashion. In thlt country' when/ he I 1111 elaware, 1 in Wisconsin r: All Wool! lilaiikr'U ut :jI1J.Otl ]Every pair wananted.Mens' 14[:

Isn't it satisfying to view all the latent! styles, try them on one l by one /and then lay them years was' miloeteolmyeuuusold.he Hindu Jnlveston" Fur, Tex.Hlxleen, his 1 in Mlchlunn"), 4,in New: Maryland York.: / There, I rliiColniiidc I I to 1!<5.00 a pair.Comforters, :Shoes at $1.25. J ; iM 1 1I ,

HI da by side before! uei'idiugt? :Doesn't! it Im ike choosing easy? You (,1\11,10 it here, but you home, nnd wits engaged In 'the grocery arc still m:my business! there. From" that pines i behead trout with the chances h ;;; KJ.OO ..
houlu. eomw while the Ham are intact. Remember\ too, that every! Suit and Overcoat he nuivednPtlntheiinut( up to IWK ninny largely faVortng the democrats. :1 jI.OU 'Jlleh. per pair uq 14 .

Inind-nwde', is a model of nobby tailoring, of swell fabrics' and best of ill i ] you don't haveto ass' nt the ''''hll i of ti inrLs, grocery Later' returns add I ,democratic, Hud, H|>ri'iils! at from 50tLudine', Shoos at 11.00: and upto
firm. ,Utter he came to( JavkBonvlllennd ('onl'I''SIl1II1(11) New Jersey, I In e1 :ijlS.OO. W
PitY exclusive tailor prices.Boys' lived here until ItNil, when hiretired Minnesota, I In Illinois, I In AlaliMinn. P1 to $1.CO ouch. Childrens': Shops
to suit then
from business, and removed 2 In North Carolina.: "
:::::::= to n..1./11111. Ito was an'iong, lilt'mOKl.l Under the! nuw appoitloninent, New Li non Walking :Skirts:; people's pockft, hook. !J::

prominent merchants of Jack tha next House will consist of IIHIImombers ; M at from :$i.Xto( :$3.M; ( ) cuclt.' .W
ClothingIn .. during) Ills stay,and In every amnJorltyof which Is 11)4.) Pi Ladies'Trimmed I Hats
movement which hull the good of; Greatest Interest has centered. In vl A Ni"n' Line T'r's Skirts: aW

Suits or separate garments, that will please Jacksonville henrt he wan prompt i the New York state contest. It l I. ::1 ab :-fl.K( ) up to :jI11.OO( ( ) etch it Hawaii) Prices sW!:I \
to show his publicsph rl Ii. He wm n
concemk'd that Udi-11 rm'publlr '
:
now "
mothers well the
as as boy. who mode. friends
a mini tniiiiyvflrin ,
('1111, has been relucted governor 1).1'Bird F
and for that reason his death. will be H. Cutler: or lO.tHK). :
by a majority :P:1 If You Want I
"" sincerely felt 'here by a Inrirt circle. Bargains
In 7V\ens' Shoes.We 1) (lionler. New York gave Colcr a innjiirity P:
I In chll'ltyVOl It h".1' took a prominent -
of IHG.IHH( ), tliH IKI'II' majority

have all the best.makes, including the celebrated ? \ 10I'll, part!< I ,member and gnveulueh of lliu happiness Sumlnolu ever given to aenndldnteinflintcity. i:5: 14W
The "mu 1>"bllcnlllCRII1K In the up state' C7 Call Us.
Jftntdii tt? S'on's.Pearnside Club. however Mere enough, to overcome F: on W WW
The body of I he deceased" wits nconipnnled a
i this. find elect Udel.. !! bv UI.INH) ). ; .
(' to Jncksnnvllle lust nightby r i
/ The New York 1,- IHI/lIIII'" Is republican 1'1 W
tlm members of thu family who reducer. hut will MI'wlll.t 14
by a majority,
& Co. worn all present at the bedside.. when Senator Platt If h.. cures for r::J :
his dentil occurred.. A \\lfn nnd two another, term. r? John Bond ;
sons 1': ter, Klmi.HiirNlvi': h 1111. The body Is Pennsylvania elects! Btimuel, Pennypiicker IJ: y :
now nt ('//11I". A. Clink's undertakingestablishment. republican> governor by at r:: yW ,

orrnrrornn", ,,, nrnrrnnnrrrnnurriurrrnnmrrnrl", ,,,,, ,,,,,,,; ", ,,,,,,,,,,,,'nm'mm"' ", iOINUS ON IN FLOIfl11A. take place from, and that the place funeral Monday will, democrat least' 126XX,( carried majority.the slime Palternon tmtsidti, R M '

Cedni" Key has anew paper' culled<1 arrangements, being announced later. the i. two great: counties, Philadelphia ?
goods ; (Iho (Julf Consler. edited mill mniiiiged TlieKev. V. W. Shields will ofllcInte. and, Alleghany. F RACKET STORRI-I W ; :
it to
; When comes Dry A. L.
by I'rlci' .-Sunday's Times-Union & Citizen. Illinois was carried by tie republicans. :":J
A mill firm .
of Nortllnrullna/ lots -. The legislature. will elect r'
1 [>ptircliiiHuU tract, of fillies) acres. ofI .Ma- Congressman A. J. Hopkins to sacv::: ,
Our Customers Say. I hither land near' Chipluy.Hi'ivlces Will Quit I'.ilutkn.. l .
"Bunntor "Jtlllv" Mason. P.
| ..... cuuAI : Phone (O. PalaU.a, Pitt. i
nabs Flistopnlchurch: 'fhe recent purchase of the Atlantic Minnesota. elects VanZant, republican '
a MelrnsH, will bo reHiimed. next Hunduy. Valdnsta, Western' Hallway by 85KIO.( '. 14tl"C'isd6ail4d4l'LiLFas4Faif:4141'CL''k4dl:0kL'BWd41L "
H "Leo Jacobson Leads-Others Follov. Ui'V. H Flsoii ill officiate. governor by \ l\'ICC4
The Alacbiiii county fair lunge! the (I. S. & F. Is more than likely to Virginia elects a full democratic -
-
-
make some changes In the operation delegation! Itucongress. '
-r yesterday and will continue *
::= It Is fact, Our iiHsortment of > throughI NN/NNNNN '
oa- =-c: I In week. A Him, exhibit! N.. expectedto of ihue latter roud which' Palatkans. Rhode Island. returns Indlciitffplecllon 5 i11l1'1111fIill'i1i11111NEW

Fine Dress Goods, 3r draw big crowds.l ant not going\ to rellhh. The olllcinl of L. C. F. Inrvin, dcinocnit, -?, THINCQS--FALL IGKING SChoicest
i.v. Kohl. }J. Morris. pastor of theI'rosbylerhm announcement of the contemplated lC v..rllor. The legislature 1"'pullI:2:
ST EutbrndnuWhlt C'ords Covert Cloth Liulles Moth' =S ;.;: -ov-
English church itt Ociila himresigned can by reduced majority.Tennessee
has not been made but .
;
::: ShnrkHkliis, Mciilnus! etc is very IIUI'lIctl0111' stuck of Urigsg ::: and goes\ to HitrneHvlllo, changes yet ,
::=: 'I'rlrllllllnl'llIclIldlllgHlik, ) and. Panne Yelv..tKpI'IL1IU" ", Velvets :::: Oil., \\ bore be has accepted a call. men in position to know Bay that It ticket elects headed entlredemocraticitnte Jos. II.Fraxler ;;: ) family i r s.I'

lllbbons (both plain mid Satin backs) Is caml1elo.And = Howard iambics prominent clH/.uli will conin l by Hunday.on which datu for govenor.Massachusetts by ;!

TnllnhiiHsee had his arm caught In thin new time curd will go Into effect.
York Prices. la
fc we make New = elects John L. Constantly Coming at
the cove and nt the '
innchiiipry cot These changes are, flint: Through .
= but It's November the monthof == ton oil mill thai city, lust week and Hates, republican, governor by U5HK ,- '
j It 1..III'IKhtllnd warm today trains will run from Mncon to Jack ( ) T. IS. CONE:: :: cSc SOIST'SS::
= it Into shretlls.C. plurality. ,I
be was cut
g- sudden change's' and cool nights. Your nightcal pimsody ::: sonville. Palatial. will bo on thebranch : a ;;
= In warmth mud comfort by Mmply resting! under :; Henry" KymmeH, Jr. one of the fl'ol1VnldoHta. Itepubllcan ticket Is elected In lull :J Wo enter to the wants of the people In every particular when It com*s
HUhHtuntllll bimliii-HH men of Tampa hue running limn.Ohio. co": to GltOCEltl: and what Is more, the goods we furnish you are tho fresh.::;
; Our Comforts and Blankets. was accidentally shot and Instantly to this city. Worse went republican by 11X,10)' ) i a eat and lliu'Bt' obuiloable. This you ana rely upon E '

St== We have very fine stock of them. When In search" nnjthlng ::: ,killed m hiiiil by C. H. Shleves:: whllo out on All the old conductors and train 'iiltiralltv, and Turn Johnson will not 3-a CONE'S QOODS ARE ALWAYS CHOICEST.

r:: In the I Dry Good line, come to our stole We are i pretty sure to ::: last i Monday.some distance.from the city el'ews'who have been running to this. be president In 1U<))4. :J E \

have what wnnt. == week for the II ..
SZ you Mike lliiHS, deputy sheriff, nnd P. city every past years Here are some democratic figures.

LEO JACOBSON The Ilurgairi Store. |f fi Lounurtlelr:! of Madison, exchanged will run Into Jacksonville after Hun-! 1\I1."onrl'! elects the entire democratic .. -
state ticket 2i,0Xsiphmrality.. ( )
two pistol shot at cacti. other lust day. 'n"'S6l11ell' have lived. nearly by linK Sold Out. Forgot Ills Ullle and Tackled

UmmIUmmmJU Monday( uHII'lIlnl011\ the piinclialuuslnusK ] half their time during all these year !boutli Carolina, Iporgln, Arkansas Itriilu With lliH o't.tK.! ,
11111JIIIIJIIJIU11J11111111111111111)II
) street of that town. :Ts'elthft ( here. They' ore known and liked by MIsHtsHlppI, LoulBiaua, A..lamina Joseph Messmer the veteran Lemon
"Trout! An' daerl"! he .
lilt both bus sold his businessto was saying."An'
was ; were arrested and Florida( North Carolina' and street barber
bound over for trial. {Self! began the nil our people, who have regarded 1'exas are nil soltdlydemocratlc. W. P. lilies, a young man who -"say, Billy, tell 'em about the t I
"it 1 i ;iinnin! 'u wi inn':mat; tit,\\1111I1'11III1'illlll "@,' iiiiua'TiMiiiJiiii"'' '"' ,,,I@tl@411111, : m ,HUB,, lilli''Jlllit: III .shooting. them as practically> citizens of the has lately been wornlng In Laken. I b"Kr. "
re-elects' Oov. Lnfolette He blushed.
: Wisconsin HillyVollidn't. Amid
=: : KEEN.ER: :: Sheriff Fennull of Aliichiia county place. Those conductors. are Robert hi republican, by ItS.lHM City Idles: and Hut possession.unlay.Mr. was given Mr. the unchecked laughter' that rang
= : hint just captured Jim Itondx, a negro Flournoy, the first man to run .a have probably carried on Messmer. l-.ns been In business through the smoking room he could
\\anted fora' Murder committed llepiibllcnns not his face.. ..
Into
train, over the U. 8..1I'\; Palut- end save
in .that. IK N'ebraHk by a small majority. In Paliitka for the past la: years
county : and who Indian's
yearn ago
THE Jeweler and Waller. K. Shuns J. O. esteemed. His retirement "Hilly found un trall-
a Optician : has evaded arrest all that time. The ka, J. O. will lignin control Is universally didn't ?" good-naturedly "
Republicans Billy
E. I). Brown and I. A. will be cause for regret among: you ...
Uoldnire u
'in rest wns made in Humpter county. both houses of the New Jersey lugls- He will continue Jeered the one they called "Perk." -..
iii In preparation for the holiday's now receiving his extensive y A true bill was found for the crime, Williamson. We are going to nuns: litters by heavy niajoritluH. I bis old customers.however, and will "You see. he thought it was an In11111' "

purchases' consisting! of against, KoatlH, Jan. 17, IH"I.'! ) 'these men, ns well as the men whit to devote reside his here time, to the care of hlKpl'opf'rty < ", a barfnotHii" Indian's" said heexpansively
The residence. oceui.,1! by D. A. make their New Hampshire-republican.llicblgnn In selling his to the room In general, .?
crews. Interests.
Sterling and Plated Silver Ware, 4Watches' or thus up "but it bear's" he
Lake superintendent American elects republican atntetleket business he wishes It understoodthat was a said it ,
that there will be
Kaolin Co., nt Vnlahii. was The chances are by !greatly reduced majorities. will also to his. "benrr's," being a native of Wisconsin. -
his good goes
Chains and Novelties. I hornedlouduv night 111\111... a total little difference in the Palntka service 1'hu democrats carry Detroit by successor), of whom he speaks. (In the "Hilly wits death on bears. He
*J loss. Till house was finely fjiniluhed. The trains, to and from this l 4lMS) to fl.tXK and elect one congrei highest terms. used to tell l us how his uncle killed> ".

: Ww-hnve nn Immense stock of H Mr. and Mrs. Lake Iinrely escaped city will) connect with the through mnn. Mr. tiles. was l'nIK..dll\.. western gristly out Oregon way with a lend ..

Sterling'; SiUer Spoons, Novelties' and Toiled Set' Gold 1ft was' the Riles former county
have made Ueo. ,
and :Silver Lockets Gold Brooches, Diamond Brooches III Miss Minnie Marshall a young get all the business Intended for reiuibllouns( heavy gains. -T 'Fore he got us to help he chased his

Tens Solid (Gold and Filled Watch lad)' or Apaliichlcola suddenly. points south that It has had over this. In Iowa Judge Blrdsall. nominated .--....... Invisible but trembling; quarry-let ,
and Lockets!, Gold if West hy rcpubltcaiiH to succeed Speaker mo see-six weeks. I think It was
at Point, Miss., lust week from road In the past.' 'YoM Af'14 STRANIII IKr.UNIONOneof : ,.f.
Chains Gold and Filled Watches, Gold and 1'luted] Fobs gPartlea eating oysters. The young lady wasattending _. --......- 1>. llenderxon., Is elected over ex- remarkable oases "Three days," said Billy.
the most
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girls! school and wrote to Circuit( Court Next<< TiiVHduy. Uov. Boles, democrat by 4IK>0. "At last, wont on the story, "we !
for Holiday flirts will be of hypochondria that has ever come went out and beat
In quest of novelties .ft together up neck
her father at 'q'of
Apiilnchluola -
fill: sure to Hmf something to please their fiuicy, In the elegant n the wish that she. wax in expressing reach The full term of the circuit court In California returns are slow but under the observation of Ionium woods where Billy said the bear
..
hose received Indicate
p been reportedby
governorship him
""4 line wo are displaying.We of the dollc.lous Apaliichlcola will open next Tuesday with Hon. ns. doubtful Lime democrat medical anpecliillst men of just Berlin. A woman with had its 14 nest rattles.; he mild. It was grizzly: : ,'

!it have the largest and best! !selected stock in the city. ters. Her father Immediately expressed W. U.: Bullock, circuit judge, pre cuiidldate. Is running ahead of his suffering from a nervous alfectlonnuiKlrttetl waiting at the upper Hilly end.himself And sat we
her a once of processed)
oysters1' siding. There Is a whole jail full of ticket. In the belief that a canary
did
if scientifically start the beast. We
Stands -Alone. Eyes! from which the caught a '
holy
Our (
Optical Department 4 made meal and soon after young died., prisoner> awaiting trial and the term South Dakota republlcnns claim had flown( from its cage and lodged glimpse of him now and then-like a I "

: examined and fitted. -- premises[ to be one of the longest on election of state ticket by 1,7IX>, not tin her head finding persuasion of black pill acutterlng through the .
Two lIUlo girls daughters of deputy much, but enough.Kansas no avail the specialixt performed a biimh.
Palnlka F'la.') .. Bherltf Hawkins of Live Oak were record. The most Important oases to mock operation. "He shot out of the bunhea. Into
tit V>. KEENER be those hair gone republican by nteilHt recovered from
burned to death under peculiar and come up will probably :lot When the woman Billy's open like a waddling: skyrocket ti
Ii4 Lemon Street. Next to James' Rpstanrant. W distressing clrounnaenonNtSnhar' ::: Lleorge Parker and Albert Mixer, asirlnclpals 4I II>,IMKI majority. It was. the the aniiHtbetlc i the doctor I produced a and, not seeing Billy, he sat tup
lilY morning. The children, were most complete republican victory dead 1 cnnary which he Informed her "to look back. Hut Billy! His i '
W. B.
Ir i' ,H] JB'' ..--J'DIIII--!:..--,iIIP IIILCIGitA11JNf,: :''we" Hi1'' (IH/ mi. imp ,K 6i@I, .' niigiiinnii'',' I : l 111I/1,11/' "m : left In bed while their mother was [ and T. Varna asnceessnry since the days before populism. be hud taken from her brain. The I eyes bugged out IIkff ml1rhle... I tell

preparing hienkfnst. She heard charged with being participants Delaware, legislature: will probably patlont'H health was Immediately re- you, gentlemen, his. hair.rose so fast
contests them crying, but thought It wax be. In the doublo killing at to the country another dend- stored. (Subsequently the physician i that his hat went liplike a clay
THIS STATE 'Allt. 'for premiums bosUh'S and racing cause they objected to being left Georgetown early lust month. The puck III Its tight for U. K, Senator, told her the facts In order to confirm pigeon from a trap tie dropped his
running races.
Will 1'l'olt.lngI".clng. alone.. Later she went to them and following are the men from whom with Gas Addicks still In the ring. his prey lous assurances that nothing !gun and in two strides he wad..dllltoIblt
It ;
Tho Official Band cOII'erUt.FRIDAY
Program. she was again
found the bed and tho children alledjier. Thereupon' bear hell-bent-for-kaiser. } x-
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Last Four UIIJH. NOVKMBKB 14. wrapped In Humes." They were so the grand and petit juries will be a taken violently 111 and died. cIted? He kicked, he punched, he r

The following Is the program' for BCHooi run:! rIHuIN' DAY. badly burned that both died. that made up: Wedded lu Georgia.The kicked again. His uncle, with the
each Inv of the state fair, t-> be held W. o.! 'C, U. DAY night In awful agony. H. J. Fowler, Jno. A. Knight B. Savannah Morning News of !MITBT PAY To SHE HANCIINU lead pencil and the grizzly was nothing -

lit I.lLko' City beginning next Tuesday ATTRACTION-Children's' flag Hev. ;J. C. Porter, owner and editor llrantley, J. B. UoberU. W. J. October BOth has the following account If Sheriff Storey, of Multnoinnh to Hilly, bare-handed, mauling td?

November llth, !and' continuingfour drill foot ball gauze" for the chain.pionshlp of the Florida Baptist Witness, Is Vanes, Kdward, North, Robert James, county, Oregon, consummates his that, scared!, black, half-grown! cub. :f
days: of the Htiife, between teams lying critically 111 at his home InOniila. A. H. McCrany. W. L. Chevps., J-.O. of the wedding of Mr. J. C present Intention, murderer A. Iy.Belding I It wasn't ten seconds before the bear '
TUHHDAY Nov sat IHIR 11. of Stetson University I and the. Flor > Two weeks ago Mr. Porterwas onion, K. B. Lane, W. A. Huxley, Powell the well-known turpentine who deliberately killed his found the mill too hot-he WIno
OPNNINU DAY CIBCITB DAV.ATTBAPTIONS. da Agricultural C'ullege., Oratorical. ooerated on at tutu hospital by ef.J'l'rumanJohn Ahrama, O. W. operator, of thi" place who last. month wife her, paramour, Frank WoodwILrI him flgher-and while Billy chased a
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Jr ..rrlll' Nickel and literary oonteilH utodohN- DI'e.1 Van and' Walter Hood. Ono Vurnes, W. K.: lInlleYj Newman moved to Jacksonville. aud Miss and her mother, Mrs. LemuelMcCroskey Into the woods. rocking' him
Plate' Circus, one of the beNt organ[. of public schools for gold of his ribs. wits successfuly removed, Crews, E B. ames Mc- ) last July, will pass Into with everything he could reifch. we
xtUlontof Its kind on the road; gives In Columbia Oounlv. Court House at and he grew rapidly better, and last Urady, 8. A. Uoodson, }. C. Osteen, Stile McEachern of Marlowe, na.1 t history to-morrow an the first. criminal rolled on the ground and laughed.
two full performances' on fairgrounds night. Band concerts. Trotting, Sunday he whit. moved to his home A. A. King 1). II. OBteen, 8. Wilkeron "A beautiful wedding and. one to who made money ou the BOH Hold. When we came up to Hilly\ he was
to which nil visitors are admitted pacing and running races. and It was. thought that he would be 1. J. Fennell, '1'. F. Baker H. A. which much local Interest attaches, The sheriff proposes that those who sitting on the grass with his legs y
without extra. charge. Two band NOTK-(late* will be out In a short while, lint on Friday Itryant. Ct. W. Johns, W. S. Cone., took place. In Marlowe yesterday attend the banging shall pay (5 towards stuck out in front looking at the '
concerts. Trotting piiolng, and run- !8 a. in. to 8 p. m., dully., Midway\ attraction lie became worse, and now it Is U. H. Ashley.; morning at 9:1)0) o'clock, when Mr. the support of Beldlng' H- rifle-he had picked l It up--and cry tj
wing races. superior. in qunllty. and greatly fenrd that his death' nay occur J111JL--- J. <;. Powell of Jacksonville, a year old boy whom the noose will Ingl"! ,
WKDHKSDAY 12.oovNaMOU's varied In characteir\ peii during these at any moment Dtttitli of Mrs. lliirdht.Mrs. brother! of Mr. W. C. Powell of this make un' orphaiu} ,, At last account Most! of that's a. He," said Billy,
: : NOVKM BKB hours. At nights!;;, on the puhltuuiuitro oltv! aud Miss. F.llle: McKachem: or them was a Wink demand for ticketsto "bull I guess t did forget the gun*'
DAY lu town, I Iwautlful Htorunptlmm Conrad Decker, a large property II. Burdln, wife of the wellk klurlowe wore united In marriage. witness the execution. and, brightening little. "I landed ;i
TOURNAMtNT: DAY. dUpluy, wltli elenlriv light owner of Ht. Augustine has begun, town turpentine operator at Penlel, The house. was artistically decorated him a couple of good ones, though."
AT'rRACTIONs-Prhe munlcal con- uttt'cta. suit of foreclosure against the South lied[ suddenly at her home lost Sun- with palms and out flower) W. CT. T, U. KICKS ON WINK CorOB ,- And we all joined: the mighty laugh
tesU. Livestock! parade of all animals Bead Hallway' Mr. Decker owns a that went up,-Recreation NumberIn
handsome
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"The
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MissNfattie wore a
Bardln gown
Mrs. was formerly.
entered foe Band con of this first mortgage Jny. '
pilzes. majority bollllHl of castor voile and carried:: a bouquetof the of the FranoesWillard the World a Work.
Because glass
PVDIIO
certs. Hiding tournament between TO THlAllow amoutlng to IOinm. An Roberts, eldest daughter of is
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and maidenhair memorial In the
bride window
teams! of cow boy riders from ditfererent mn to say a few word III praiseof also be made by holders of second. the late Judge Robert a former roses "
The wedding gift; were numerous tabernacle Denver, Colorado Because In September 2S1 year
I People's
Florida Il1nc..lII..n'lIcont""t I.Jhambar".lo'.Uo'ugl'! Remedy o in bonds to foreclose, but It Is
counties; It with the utmimt oontlilttice. mortgage will be prominent practicing attorney of this and valuable. After the ceremony Is wine colored the Cassell W. U.. %)go, the Pendftrelln. of Bonoobel, luHtalTnrdxhlre
that compromise
race. At night convention and running recommend. It hits. done ROod work for me likely effected. The a' road III now in the city, and writs a lady of noble ChrteIJan the; bridal party and the guest,* took T'U. hiss ordered It taken out. The England, saved the

C. M. A and will ilo the same!! for others. I h..1. I Ia hands of n receiver, and, It Is thoughtthat [, i.haraorer. She was married to the train for Savannah: and upon window wa the gift of Ca ell.'V. life of King ChnrleiTII., of England, +,
and co'd and foarnd will resultspeedily their arrival here were eiitertnini U.'I'. U. The designer placed around Dr. T. Dyson Walker, of St. John d.
THURSDAY, NOVKMBKH: 13. ve y severe eoiiijh the legal proonedlngs Mr. Bardln little over a year ago. at lunoheon at the De Hoto by thisbride's the face of the temperance reformera N. H.. who la now on a visit to his
MILITARY DAY.JAcKsoNPILLR. I would get pneumo.nl. medicine but afur taking 1 felt In a liberal change of management of the Hhe had many friends. tn this city brother, Mr. A. A. MoEach- wide border of glass of a deep wine slater Mm. W. S. Lord of Salem,
this handling
DAY.ATTRACTIONs.CompsLltive be better second throe dose bottle of' .* of f It cured my cold and property a more, aa it Is understood that who ore saddened by her untimely ern. The party Included about thlr- color. The spectacle of the face of Mars. will become apensloner' of the y
Hrlttsltarown.Dr.
company t y relative and friend from North France Wlllurd. peering out of wine. .
Mrs. Bnrdln deter of
cheat disappeared of capital will soon be In con ji>ath. was a ,
and squad drill and target and the p.mu.ls I am moi ray Practice' by six companies of the entirely.health! RALPH ai.v.n 64 Thirty be substituted for steam, and .chool at Lake Como. The 'lorlda and Georgia. for the members of Cawspll union. his father now In receipt of $>ftp..r
:* lorlda. State Troops. Parade and seventh for street, W keeling.! W *t Va.vthick the road will be, brought aorosa) funeral took place on Monday end ''Mr.aDd Mr. Powell left on a later At a called meeting" a decision was annum and on his death It will
ofltulal Inspection of troop. by Ad- sale Aukermsn Btewart! the bridge to the city and the prop) the Interment waa In the cemetery traIn for their future home la Jack- rapidly reached and a new window descend to his eon, fur the gratuity
For druggists
]j..t"n neralof the state. Official by erty oa AnantAnla Inland Improved' a' Penlel. soaviUw, \ I will IM furthoeuuing. at cues J.1 a perpetual oa*. -
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THE PALATKA NEWS Ol; HARDWARE CO.i



4 .. AND ADVERTISER. I .of : --Hr 1 Moilgage n e 1 Per Cent Gol 1U Dos KENNERLY. Are county .

entered al It. ....,..h. ...*.. _'nfflc. ... of
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mallattl of Ins ..,....

over i Oliver 'emlien rP PIos.

ThU paper la atrtetlr I ._llo In ....IIU.. OF TUB !
for Lbs rMvan laat It IMoU..*. ...eb politic. tion
rapnwnt tk* _....of pi- it will not bow down. to m>r .... u|..atn I Also for
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jv pouunu d within' Iht I jartr ness
woo for ...lIbb..a ? 1 ., tblr 0." b.*.. Iwval Th.. Dem*rcy ,I. 'lupowtT < I PLflNET JUNIOR CULTII1TORS J JI
In Iblaatal. '
aadcoamr anil Ui Hew.mart &
w .. our Light Fuel I
h blltbat grav rmmttlblllllen ac Company
\ company that po..', tn perpetual* whl.. a The In foot we ash\ everything In the :
rj tbr" ...... be." cnnonaical' and buliM _
Ilk. atlnalblMratioa of p..bllo"If".., ... well
h % t ..a otrnmntal reaching out for In*blaherI4 .

wI, in ,IvglalailoBPublUbed al..wb"u T.** moral-principle art iaTolTd They..... .. .tka.., LZT.orica.ct.' : iH ...A... R.i D .W."A R... E ELine.


; at Palatka, Fla., on TnunJay, by Ing 1

H RUSSELL VICKERb. 1st
Semi-Annttally July and January 1st.

i : 1 Stoves of all kinds Cooking J

'nf. A. HCSSELL, EDITOR. I < TION OF" BONDS $500 EACH Utensils, Hames Trace Chains 1
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'i : IS KAPLANATIOX.:: -- Plow Castings, Spades ;'

', t : The increased demand! for space upon Cost of Gas and Electric Plants, $70OOO Hoes Shovels Rakes 1
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I for advertisingpurposes incident to .. Issue of Bonds, 45.000 Lawn Mowers i
ise
; the changing season and the near

'%' : t ( approach of the holidays make it year' exceedslionded Debt, $ JOOO Etc., Etc. i iPOUUI.Y

necessary, that there should be a curtailment
,
of the In and Fence Wire.
t space devoted to to pay for the construction of the Electric Light/ Plant and we are now offer
; reading malter in certain departments way sale to retire or pay maturing Bonds which were originally Issued". when the

.r j z of this paper. In view of this PALATKA, FLA.
"" cover all the real and personal property of the PALATKA GAS LIGHT A
Jm" fact it ha been decided tbat the department -
: for editorial ible has always paid the Interest on its Bond the day it wan dun. There U mi t
iI1 expressionconld :! electric light!; in the City of Palatka. The busiuea* Is carefully and economically
;j' .... better be cut down than those conservative citizen are owners of these Bonds. .

:ji more especially devoted to actual lieve about Investing solely because they fear possible competition through! munlcpal/

; news. happenings. This ...m..xplaln future period we refer to the following Act: 3HTH YEAR PROSPEROUS/ BC8INES8.ACKERMAH ,

rt; the change of form for this page\ of "' :

? the News. & STEWART\


It make is the the ambition:News of first the of publishersto all, a superior -ay Secte 9 ond 4 4. Passed h by me Florida G legislature e nd Approved June Sin 1897: ,


.e of county this aim paper and in furtherance Ing' ; shall In Its Halt:: and the price to be paid and If shown to have been excessive, mal. Wholesale and Retail Druggists. %
they will increase
therefor hall be It fair market value
( this yet.... reduced by tbe authority fixing
rather than diminish the space devoted oor for the purpose of Its use. no portionof the price of the plant and property af
r to home affairs. vote such plant to be> estimated however hereinafter provided. J1iSTRECE1VEl> LARUE I '
Our live merchants will have the \ at less than its fair market value for any Fresh Garden Seed ,
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8E& 4. A or town establish L.tNZLtETU'S !?
other << including s* an elementof jy city LOT .
... or purpose o. Hend In jrouronlun..
much .
tosaytothepeople during the Bale value the earning capacity of such log or purchasing a plant within Its llm-
next few weeks. Their messages are I ,. or plant based upon the actual _rolo'l-t' Its, a* provided la this Act. or reconstructing CURE.: !
,: of !great importance. Live merchants ed I such being derived from such use. at the timeof extending or enlarging tht INDr.JQt7QI: :
b I same as provide! In Section S, hereinafter 25 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
study to In '.u. elect the tins vote o( such city or town to
secure bargains establish and also locationsor set out, may pay for the same bj
on pro. a plant any DRUGGISTS.
those things which appertain alike "per similar rights acquired! from privatepersons the issue of bonds payable In .a term noi ACKERMAN STEWART. ,
to the necessities! and luxuries of cost : tab- in connection therewith plus exceeding thirty years and bearing in-. .
e life and the demand for the next of the damage suffered by the severance tereet at a rate nut exceeding' seven pel'r
: f If I' and of portion of such plant lying out- cent. which shall not be disposed! of tom.
few weeks will be aa much for one as any Atlantic Coast Line
part bus- lde of the limits of such city or town le ta than par with accrued interest, and
'* the other. It therefore behooves i
t the Indebtedness thereby created shall.
lies and minus the mont of any: mortgage
readers to the business not be Included In the limit of indebtedness
WeP4 qtudy announcements town. or other lncumb-anc or lien to which
i ; to be found< In these I ( the plant? so purchased. or any part of such city or town provided bj
columns. and thereof moo,. be subject at the time of law; but such bonds shall not be Issutxl The Groat Through Car Line to Ficrida.CoiUZCTIONS .

4t' l..a< In transfer of title; but such city or town until vote autnorixing the same bal
"been taken and psapro..ld.' .... for IE
that suih
: 'WHAT AIIOLT: HOME: HELP. :: may require plant or propertybe
1Jd transferred to It free and clear of anymortgige Section 11. and th. whole amount o! :
.
4- -1 If there was ever a tribute to the or or lien. uulesa the gas or el_ bonds so Issued by a city or town ant

4 '! power of oratory it wan pal J to Rev ject. Ish a trio committee. of such dty or town shall outstanding shall not exceed at their pal Its own rails to Savannah Charleston. 1(1. hu"d"i, I anil,
to otherwise dtermlno.. Such value shall value the amount of seven per cent o! TO Eastover} Washington, thence via }>..nn. li. It. '
t-; A. B. Simpson In :New York a few .
% day. or lie estimated; without enhancement on the total valuation of the real and personal lug
days ago. Parson Simpson can talk : \ an account of future, earning capacity property althin: the limits of sal!

: more money out of an audience lu a or good will. or of exclusive city or town. according< to the lost. pre. VIA ALL BAII
1 given time than any other man In .. privilege derived from rights ceding valuation of the same made h]r The Loulsvlll\ .t Nashville via Montgomny.
In the public street When capitalhas said city or town The Irtereet on suet.
any 1
/ the country. By the been paid.. In. In pro.-erty Instead ot bonds and a sinking fund to meet th TO West t The Mobile& Ohio B. H. via Montgomnry.
He wanted cash for foreign! missions & .-aah. the Tarnation. placed upon such same at maturity shall. be provided f<>i; THE j
., -China. Africa south Americaand or property In estimating It as paid-in cap- by ordinance of the city or towiCouncil.
the West Indies-and be turned Uov. ital shall not be conclusive In estimating ." 1 Via Savannah. and Ocean Steamship Company for N, Y'rk'
:\ and via N't'Ik for N. Y. Wash ,,1 I Cult.f .
on the flow of eloquence and at the ; : Its v 1 lue. under the foregoing provisions, TO Ml t Philadelphia Rot.ton m
toga : I with. but may be disputed by the city or town. THE f t Via Savannah and Merchants. .t Winers Tran portali'''i' Com.o .
time took .. ,,.
right a collection.
up _.ftU I _".ltt ""A
J u,, 'Y. W'V'V'I
sup
c :Meanwhile seine of his hearers were I VIA &TKA3I8HIP.!
j 1 weeping while others shouted constitutionality of this Act. as It IB simply a cOl'y'of a part of a like law of the
J f "Hallelujah?" \ is two-t"ld-not" only to protect investor in Gas and Electric securities or II TO Key West C 8 Mall, Steamships of the Peninsular A Occident' >l strum;
I the or the tax-pavers of towns especially small places where there in not l ship Co. Port Tampa to K: y W..st.t Hivaua. In eO/,"' t unlit
One man gave K;i.,3.<>, three $-'>.(**> companies from financial lows through the construction and operation of a AND } The Atlantic' Coast Line.
and the total : HAVANA I
1 each was f 0loa; ;:; The .. .
4' figures cause some thought. t'd I the majority of the free-holders of Palatka express by their votes the desire and
If one :New:; York audience Is not business, thin ijompany will comply with the law and sell\ the municipality our Interchangeable mlle ge tickets good ovei IJ.Qnu mime of among u." pri cl-
1. sorry ing a provided in the above> referred to Ace. In this event the bond-holders would be pal railways In the Southern States are on sale by tbe pilnclpal agents
$ 0,|&.O north for people on the oth..rside third would be immediately paid from a part of the proceed of the purchase price. ror complete Information all on H. E Dickens. leltet Agent' or uildi. 'H.FIJAYK .
tT of the glob, they should easily of Hon. Kobe W. Davis and the form of Bond approved by him. C. BO\LSTON Commercial. Apt. Jacksonville Fla

bo sorry for the army of half-starved : \V. D, STAKK, Trav Pass Agt., Jacksonville Fla
paupers at home ten times that nay, For further information apply to, W. G CRAIG. H. M. EMER O>. T. M EMERSON: ,

3 1 amount. Real '- Oen. Pass. Agent. Asots Trif. Mgr Traf. M gr.
: charity begins at ti. Wilmington :N a Wilmington, N. a Wllmlngt" \ C
i ;t home you know.i BAILEY .
cant ; LOPER ---- --- -
It ia not on record that the R'-.di-
The lug and the Child.
4 enc gave one red cent to> the'mQe.|
sop Two women were passing along
region nutlerers or so unuc. as gave\ it fn President Palatka Gas Light & Fuel Co. West :Nineteenth! street the other We Make FineCoc..fectLcns

) ; c r thema thought.; day, one of whom was struggling to

js L It Is all right to "\... money for fight hold buck with a chain a most re- : :
PALATKA FLORIDA.
; foreign inUalona./ ago. pulHive looking bulldog which had
: rut ,| |
i will a practical his. ears and tail cut short. The dog,, Ami who huts
publlo eontlr
.A .u... to question thePiety as ; and Trust Co. threatened to break the chain at everyone
t- e : of the tnr ? or woman who will| in Savings ev ry step and the women had all\ it wants more.

j sign! II o.llI,) )) check further the they could do to( keep up with him.A .
1 to I
1 1 cause of Christianity 12..111)' ) mileaway .. mer Trustees for the Bond-Holders Palatka, Fla. pretty child of .about years was Our Chocolates and lion Honsu >

and It li following them.Itwits ..- ..!,..? ._,, 1;'_,>,\-. ......I J PMI
j fefj to feed the hungry/ aud i been easy to see that both the ato a..nL.Jo o '
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t; clothe the, naked at home. -- child .and the d<>belonged to the dog,
I per vestment would pay. food' when boiled or fried. it IK a I ; : O' ;
leader's companion.
4r ;tf J !Ii' ... -, .u fact real heart charity d doesen i & cent With a canning factory not only most nutritious substitute for Huh she said to the woman As: they"Isn't passed he a Ice Cream Ice fresm Sodaand

need much eloquence to awaken it.HOMELY the se fruit but vegetable of every kind or sweet potatoes. It can be made Ix-auty? Look here dear" (to the ,
4 .. would be made to produce a revennenot Into flour and bread. or biscuit made
the
at time
dog. to
;4 : of possible in any other way. from i it in tile name manner an frou same stooping other
-;' ii1t 4 MEN ASl::; nn.ISs.A ... l Should like to hear from your read- other flour and when simply prated beautiful fondle his.h..ad1"Sudd..nly head'|, "hiwn't he got a

tciwj & short time ago; there was a voting .... \ tbe erswho own property here aa to the la made into puddingnor( batter cakes she turned and seeingthe Hat and Cold Drinks,
the or fritters of most delicious ,
feasability of suggestion-pro qu lty. child
. contest in Old Chatham. :N.J.; .and eon. It ia the easiest grown of oily of walked buck a few yards behind she FOR LADIES .AND GE TLEllES.
and her
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seizing roughly
I; The effort was not discover. a prize Our sugar cane this season U very Florida s product and it does nolake ,
t : : in ; a prophet togee thai by the arm said In no gentle i Time CbUolreo am weluoiu: they always -
( t : baby or the winaomeat girl. but to One. A little of the Japanese variety ere long it tones: "Come along ou little idiot
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of w_ planted tbe increase from will becnuieau article of commerce seem to enjoy It.
L traca to his lair the homliest man. almost and be kept in the I'll whip you when we get home for ]
which is something beyond grocery store ad
1 Charles H. Hurlbut won by thirty belief to those not having seen it.. ....1.11.. potatoes. It contains more dwadllnir York Tribune.along this w..y.-Xew I Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.L. .

but he brooded over his "vic Mrs. There exhibited to the excursionists nutriment than and be i in
etjl L vote* was potatoes can __ __ A. SMITH.
tory" until he became temporarily u)(be tanners congres*one hill sold at one-third the price the potato

insane and made an attack on his ripe : El t. having' 6.1: stalk grown from a pieceof hrJm: Let the family that Is try- -
and seed not over it inches long and it Inst make the little they have \go Registrationotlee..
father wounding the old man seri I stood over ten feet high. Another' the fartherrst, try it anJ this fact SupposeYou

,. ously.No I of sample of 86 stalks from a single eye will be abundantly proved.I Tho Registration Book for PulnimOiuuty ",

il f ;. man like to feel that he r..s..m'l .. ...... was If anything a more striking example \V. T inc'tY.: will be open In my oult at hit

ble a singed; cat or that his personal 1 got, of the productiveness of thin -.--- .- as- Court Iioua In Palutka.. fur IhllrpoH.
variety. The ;Japanese cane I I. highly of registration. on the fol'nwli' day
not I in Morgan 1* AVortli
7L i appearance i I" no different from I recommended for syrup being 1 leas Cultivating- Telephone'I each. week : Mondays Wednesday andIrliUys. '

that of his fellows. to make him a some liable to sugar than the regular, J. Pierpont Morgan! in a man whose I ., from 9 o'"I<", t a. m II':1\: m

: $1.U ': shining mark. S of for southern cane heretofore grown. acquaintance Is evidently worth culUvating. .and fnim >a p. m to 6 p. n>. ....luiueno

But personal beauty I h a feminine for Whether this claim will hold good Three yean ngo Bishop Ing August 4th I9O2.HELMS.
the test of this year will prove.A No. and PETElliUW.Kefcmtriuloi! .
Aii .. :. characteristic. It means much in a : plum I sugar! mill will soon be erected Hank Potter of :New: York took a 84 SIlly 27l.h.l0uI. oilln*-

I woman, and to a man Is almost Last here and it will be- made an object to trip around tbe world and reported a .

drawback. If he is a extraordinarily of or our tx-oole toraise cane for syrup' very pleasant time. He has just IS THIS ClUf'OIT coca ytryllctiMt.iT. .. OICI}'
: having been decided not to How PUTNaM (:COUNT, t'WIUIJA-IX
1.. it ,
to only volume see Quick we can deliver your
good lookingb..11I often a vain fool\ fair 'I published a of impressionsIn I 1 CHANCEttl.MOM .
the manufacture of at
sugar present
-i I features and bralcs 31i3 try which he confesses order for Groceries. Boats' tramping In 1T.
-, Handsome are it being our Intention to : that Mor.gnn *Thomaa
w seldom given to one man. And aft that in ( on in only first-clas article of maJr..j paid th*freight. the hot sun all hollow. Oa
I <-r ill beauty la only matter of ../ done put it up in cans holding ----- -- -- - We make a specialty of II aiioearlnir In liy afllilavlt 'appends.* 9.iIC'"'yl;
ninl hint.
111 Matol
and nicely labeled to be' ab.ee oauae
4 \gallon up. : >n""*
opinion. Thomas the Dmfon.laal' tboreln naim
sold under. guarantee for purity.We -- nn.l lil 0 till'
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.. at Fine Batter. m.lUent of th Slaw of lorl.la.' :
c Abraham Lincoln was notoriouslyugly -he of trust ere many years pas to secure IS YELLOW POISON rw.l.lencor the Dvfpailant I. slits. 1' ".
UiM.he .. ....n" ,11>K *""
f but It Is said that men and women a market for all of the Flora- t.on the 54 of 111senh.wotsa.l.pc.usa '
sent I. ana that lbr In no lu tul. Ht"'ah:!=7
blood ptirwen :
I. The ; P
home we can produce. your PhysicIans call 'Alnt much ukl '"
who knew him Intimat..ly.ho ) at syrup money ID It, to be sure. but upon .5.1w w. ,
glucose mixture now sold In the It t1alartaJ Oenn. It can be seen 1Mb" Delenilan. *. It la therefor arlu'd. hal
; trA ;# felt the firm grasp of his hand who | .. due north aa a ftrss-el_ article of syrup I Chan-rile Mood yellow under we wouldn't handle the "frowey" kind : MM nno-rn.lu.nt, IMbtmlant be ill.I U I""'"'

r 31, were warmed by the kindly \light in on. a h..a..ryftne flavor given it and la so 1 nlcrowope.: It work day and and lose our reputation for an even *10 rwulnKl mold I can to**appear on or befor m Ihe hill u l>,.of....coinil;,lit|,' r I lnin"la
his face, no longer thought; him' .. fruit doctored aa to become a moat tempt--, Bight. First.It torn your com.plexlo "per pound. Deeenibar.' '' olhorwUi. IW ""Si .
compound but Ita questionablehealthfulness *) yellow. Chilly, aching tlon of Mkla til'i'.t': \* taken a. OIUMOT, I.
1 plain.J. riage leans to prohibit *._tlotu creep down You can anything In Groceries and by said Defendant ....
,,.. ; P. Morgan has a face seamed any t be ito use In their famille many These we I bacfcboaw. Yon feel weak your and I Provisions that I* BEST at rock bottom ll.he II la-lurlB':ono a.ronlenr week Io..b'-
with wrinkles that spell care. Even she ( can reach when we place on the mar- worthies.. price of I I la Ib. Palatka. :<.... an.l lTertlM.r a ." .
In his boyhood days he could not be kea a syrup guaranteed to be made, I vaprpnbll.bd. In .aMUnuntr amid Dial'*
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ROBERTS' kIm *
I CHILL TONIC day 91 |>wmbSovK.H r.
and withoutadulteration. :; i'flICt.
southern
t)4 r' have been handsome. from cane ulMhtJ
EX-OOY'i led .,.. to
I will stop the trouble It Clerk (,I"'U" <
now.
Mitchell of our own .tate was never i I will) Tbe cassava grown: here la awakening : esters the blood at once and L. G. Stephens. WAI.TKB M. DAVIS,

long on beauty but somehow hemanaged of a most favorable Interest In its drives oat th. yellow poison. Bollellor for Oumptomaal.- -

to Had the ascent to the supreme -I .... on usefulness Home are making use If aectected and when Chill. -
and of It for fully one-half of their Dread Fevers P41g.stg. LARGE STOCK OF f
court from
thence on up I well the general If you haven't s 'phone come and .
unlimited
almost see
4e'A. to the governorship quite easy.President .. ... stuff. It appears both for and breakdown' com later oa, u* at the corner of
... ; In its scope for good man Robert Toaic will cur you Kirby and Morris 8ta. Chinese AND
Roosevelt wouldn't take a In be ......L Containing a* U doe a*oear- t*-.-1Not why waft ? Prevent. We deliver goods to any part of the Japanese :
t prize at a beauty show. if it ran J..oyeara. Is I ly a* to be found In the dearest fooda fatxre akk_. The manufac: I city free.
:' to balanced ration and far greater Infers know all aboot this yellow I II \
a
4 sD4 Go through the list of America's for proportion tb.D. food commonlyused ...... and have perfected ::b.Aa.. tuDg'
: a. such It stand superior In I,i Roberta Toale t* 4rtv It out A''"
not laaholc low
big-brained men' who have done Ia and flesh forming to all ,, -nail designs at prices.
fat' forming y r y tea. restore I Admlnl trator's Notice.Mxnionlh.artairlau.towu Block of -
rf4 thing and you will. not find a pretty l Issue < ....- others. Compared with corn It baa:tl apoetit*. mrify the Mood pr*. large '
Inaninit. gold > three time the flesh. forming material veajand can ChOI.*. Fvr and ... : on Tib day of NEW FURNITURE
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May I> .
... and considering price also fully i = rta. It ba I" ,or m th mn..r a. l an
carol tboa h- hrard. I
will '
: The Adonis-like nirwltnthe Oxinlr' .Just received. pridesR.S.
fellows Popular
seldom .. of It ha auds-It Put.amu =:'" \
that proportion eheapnea will CBT yea or your i'Ounty, ?I Inrii.,, my fled :
get beyond the scented note stage. er *** been proved by actual test that porkcoating o.eyb.ck. Tb" U fair. Try .one y................ .. the sdmuint.ir.te. or the n fiAOONEYPalgtka.
plant 3.O6 In corn i* made for 1.O4 incassa.a I It. Price. 25 sotats.. w. l i-Lend.. late of Mid, Tonnly
The man who I I. equipped with a *. c* u. For sale! by I Wes.ed, ant a k to b. dl.rh.nwl from the .
I plain face should study the picture it* < do and that beef can be fattened Aekeman A: Stewart: ,. i tn.t. ,mlinlDi.lr.tl.xi$ of Fla.
at a coat of one cent per pound by 7ta day of 5ev.mb.r.:A.ifS{ .,. ..
4.. t of tin- great men of the. world and In- its 0**. A* an. article QI human, -p--- ---v J- -. j| J. a LAo: .
!: I Auiaauawator Embalming. ;
Dod new courage. .And i Undertaking and

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I I'r i CRESCENT CITYNE\\TS.- COOLER WEATHER a ':

And we think of warmer 11

\ cionins.Tha I} 'hen;' az {@ .

women should on iifi nounimt!
-- '- ",1- a look tlirouKli out, DHYCJOOD8. 1 '

Crescent City ttov. J. J K. Ford pitslor of the Mayor;; ; Siragu( him (ieterlll limed to The latent uri'IvBia Include EXCELLENT BUTTER!/ )

(.ono otthomor t beautiful location, In Flortini Methodist Kplscopal; church, a' Lithe put a stop to hoys canning smnllenlibro kOIIIO lit the BHUllltMt WOlHt- .
The tow In I" Mm rtontiM'iuiiorn piuoli lug sal novo tins In winter wiuiitsuits 7
iinani,: .:::'!t ) :rlr'l: : : ::: :::: :\! o IH, Como cinnntl, will leave toinonow for CIII- target. rllleB In the t.WIIU''tI-' G o and Bitirt pallet'tirt It wi 11 I bo and a line of PUKE food prolilot. ,

gout yi'uh' Oily Ml I bY 1100..11 high ground whllII ,"o."rlloo, where ht! will undergo tr ,ntmnnt <. II*. The recent rifle priictlcuat the n.in.gs your pi Ivllogo to BOO this your. frosh and tempting to the appetite, .

w"o' batik or U..on' I."ko, ,it \ In school InOuting JI
fully frIfl tIle hospital. Mr. yonex.\ hniiHa, wherein. the doors and '
,,,fill ulicini iroIrar, wator IN 11I1100 In IouigtlitI i
1.iIiII,,,, from. t lUOO. to, IIYO mileN In whi Ui. 'Ills. pud to bu, away about six wt-tks., windows wore used for purposes of a Com. to O-u.r toxo.Lots {
litlil, nut, I" t.wul 011,1 lots. IH Jive Waistingand : ,
gr..ve Itllnil
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I. will1 or
1,10"0 Mm.' J. P. Cowburn, IIlnl'I, together. with oilier equally 1.'ooIKh'1 ,
r..rmor ....II.uta'h'l// It p..lIlll" ot I'ho IIIWU v lioso work In 1

1111',.) II clx,, "liIiehs' oroooo..t III .WlltlI 0.,. Iho lyh'lbow"ulI lillet/"lid lake Hloll"IIGjk.lffliO taxidermy attracted, such fltvol'ltblecomment brilliant fmits' t-f eilmimil mniks- C Conn.Namen, adveitisod BroiiHon.for of woodeii-li Wntorbury, French Flannels [ of pOOfll| !,have. found us out this Bflanon, and we tool that there 'I i

TIle lovol or 'IIe HIo'Il" 10" Toni. last winter manshlp Ii lie been tile delei-mlning I I u >irri ;
Oil tIlS Wt and who sold d wife. He In U 'v.hrfva a very attractive line. been mutual allvaot We exoull lu aud
I bitt. oll"ko Uro..ollt tithe .1T"rol. | "> got one. a wee })]ijiiits a gn. try t quality'. our ''t'tIr..r
1111,11
Ii'whir out her cause. It linn bon Hintvlni. ,
OiTlOt,IroliIflIfO. 'Vim I of I hike KilIs entire collection Itt that,time,, Hald' she kicked him out'of Ills own ImuHe The pi,ICOB are lower thnn you
lie'11111:: its' OflhlVOO:; Ill: 14111,I,111\1.aligN .n-u. who,: 110111(have. itlisoluloly11l1e 11,5(10: I.a I. has been busy at her woik tills Mummer i Is cilmlnal niiiii may' be but mischief and made him sleep In time bain liave ever seen elsewhere, the lowest uonslstont' with good goods. 1 '

by .11. town to fill eontitilultt It. and 1 him lu a boy" but novortlieloHSthere I Harold CollnlldKe. of Winnipeg, .
now aunt her
:rile,',uiulliofltIt I'IlIIt::,: system nl ., rWy tolIrIrs: : :,i.e west Her work Is flue collection. ootnps Mjno whuii even mischlevoiisncHS Man., I leUel' his. UIUICHKtllu Crockery and Glassware. Ir..r J. W. MILLER Crescent CityAt prI0"R1"1 :
tituikof. lotS Htolln IWO mllnhi from tile town regarded an of nsuperior Hn.vdnr, h/I died HiumVnly In I ; i
.nliruib'nUintniir. fonvoya "o"olll/.r./ nna order. lucy' become weail- II
Ui. And from tile town nail or..uuIIIOlty Plttsburg, Pit.Vitil I lot of \011 We urn unpacking this week t.h. I j "
freight Jiincl.nn 'Ills raIlway Rtnllc.n. The old residence of Mrs. C. Snifhiover ShIne, and a halt have to be calledIn and expense, and with the aid best linn ot tlu'so goods w.have : ''I

\ I'1. nioAinur, iroin I'alntknor, Jaaknon.yillnltioiflJf In the the Interests of the future of the police he found l.r the wi.of Chun I ever brought to town Tlioro i
Ilst doilfditfiil watur rIlslii \
tile McGrady neighborhood .
Howe in IM III. ciillci more pretty thluits .than
slid tilo r who That 11'0 a -
vk's:: tile 1r.t\' t'I.n'r.1.: : oniralloaci: I Ilaa.oigl fOlio shirt (Il him boen torn down and the lumbur. boy., lime him evidently ar- and Rowe blacked min! eye and chaud few. You will ba ploiuied with

IIIII.h. A'a 1'"lnl nino ill lies south, or,.l'IIIO'kR sold. Thin tract of hind Is now the ilved.Congregiilionnl. him out of town. Bernard Friedman au Jo"puot.uo.The .
tile etsanhlir loaves. tile HI.IohIlH hut a"' fillers, of singing has been of Pawnee Okla., went t. Chl- .Chamberlu's !
Doliu'rivar. A rather narrow u>rinoiiHHtroiiiii property MIH. Kll/.iibetli: Hamos,,
llliod cm SI titer allis by a thick KrmUhtf Introduced In the ago entered a department store am i CH.. Preston Co. :
o'l'ro..h and 'lIllIIo'tov8rltll"l... forestnrlmnval who will build a neat cottage on tho Presbyterian" began popping the queHtlon. to theHiiieHlnules. Cro ont Florida. Shoes. t

.' : 'and Tho, there rlvor'a In never ourvoa n are lung aliarp tOHdi: ,:iithlfimiiont :nfwiiior : file of the old house this winter. church In the hope that all the people Carilu Llehel'llt nocepted I City )on'. Put.'nt Ideal KM liox Calf IllghlHiiu Calf Colt Hkln I

in Htrcht. Afwr nine inllnn or tnivulthroiiali Uuo./ Jeal has the contract for build. will join In the singing. :Mr. and !.they are' suing for I a divorce FRESH MEATS, OROUERIEHHARDWARE. FOl LAIIEH--'h.A.ullmt Lady" Patent Ideal Kid Vlcl.

hroiid, Hil,sill** Htroftm\"aittlCul tile Luke meaimir Oro.Olllorllu'<,1nll'. A run" lug) the new house. Cono, who biiM had charge of the In.. I'aw nee. CIUd..u'R 1108, have ov.rytIIDg. nspoelally a Due Hohool Shoe.
Iho All .
.if nn liitiiruml, half InnilH ilwt.I pnHHntm: : : ; ntirnrKont Mrs. v'holr for a long tlmo, says ho feels relieved AVhy "Joe" 'Vheel.r'Vlgltd.Iopr08entlUVG ( "\Vl .t }'ool,, Tlu-HO our Hhfe. ,lull'nteud.COIII.
: H. A. .
( :: City, the tonniar'n sllti.orlrlnst. Carl! nnd her dnnghtoifl .UurhlII .. A COOI'" ('ol.r. Lt"t styles' best for tho l"nuy-JI itS., or 2 for 25 o. '
boat. IOIIVOB Jiu-kwinvUlit. ilLS A. ; Hint. ho can now got. down Into Boat Lin,,
JlIIII"IIIThu, / have been compelled to dolav thelideparture Champ Clark tells Ue. or l1 N.t lio olty. Straw lints luJow OOlt. It will pay you <
ni itvoir TuoHtliiy ThurHilay and Hntin""laytliUiitkA a. pew and look the pastor In the "Joe" Wheeler: to buy on lor special
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M 3p in. tlm same tiny9. Itiiluinlnjrtho ( from New York owing to 01 Here l la fin average of the o"o"HI'"R. '
face "\Vht'n time Suitimisim example New ttoik of Shirts and ,," .
bout InnvuH Cronuent ulty on Monilay. \\'lll during I the sermon. The attendance war was brewing
of the German
l Krldny ut 7 a. ni. arrtvitiv' at I nMtkft. the Illness of Master Carll Harring1011. Uen. Wheeler anxious to into witty repartee conversationalist Also Ui,' Uuodtf Bn llantlnes Hnnrlettas,
iH.H.liiv < ; ; at the was get new ess HultlnKS, Walstlngs, Cliambras, .
: 'I JaokiMmvlll; Sunday service at this of t he vaudeville Hhi "
: ut It. m. and ut 11 ill. No iHirmm over bHik Olin atnainor (:Jrls.null : church has been growing steadily "'I'ol.t get |gay hIlt me, I you
;, An ex-t'onfulernte: him the del
meB
i for OroBoeii* Oily wJjh.mt oxpuiituolmnow Mrs. Bitch and Mrs. Williams will on Fresh Groceries
boat.
think the Lowest.
toimfttloni of i,..a,ur.. And unhurt, riu.p mtit1 be here next Monday and that Mrs. and Dr Uneven theHcholmly. pastor, avenue and-tmld, : 'Uenuiid why smart.Maype, '* you you on every Pries
IHtlMOlty makes any man or wnman a lift Is so anxious for a with: C. I.. nLIN .- .
; more strongly entrenched than you scrap CIAllnI ,
iMiiif' ,lovor ot the plafo.In 1I11I'rlllgtolwill come as soon as the Pooh, ponlit I I nm not HO srlitiiarlno _
town ptupor are Home of the immiimimtiriillKiinnatobaftmtia In the hearts Illnll? replld -
thn ever of the people. The 'SI'I' I"nernl. I look, you lousterl""t -
Iaster Carll
In this stale .0.1 > Is butter and able to my e-IIIY trade.
I IK itootilo. are cultured and proH|>iifoiint Sunday school: lins also shown some\ daughter said to the general that tOI't Pellet you. You got 1 Ignoramuses .
ravel.
'Ihoro and IM a VrosiyinriitlI-flhl'I(food' school two OilIItOilOS.EliOOO.jill two pjuaj liutolH.ic.HldoH | The Burton House on Summit: considerable guln' In attendance surely he hltlllul enougli of lighting ." large all ofer youioxtmresslons. A Corn Field on Your Foot
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t: : whore board 1 I loHiHlxfy reasonable from
( ,' ulonnaiit private plnaeH probably OWing to the. fact that it Is any man think consult
can" bo otilnhiod.. IloUil and' boardlnff' IUMIMAKrlooB street, now under tho maniigeniont 1WJ1( to IWir, nncl he sliould stay tit "lon't you you Cli
arc nvMlomiA.:: Tho; f11.\0?; ; \ Imve piul'lod : of Mrs. now the only Sundiiy; school. home and let tho the le your wloleucol I I I vim to
\ \ woll..k 'pt itnir llnkH oiitortiilu' Henry Weaver will cater to a ...-- young men dr chiiHt lift my belle flnirer Not
IIM.mot those who like this amuHomont. the tourist trade thin winter. The Card TliitakH. lighting. 'Now daughter,' I the "Vell, vat of It?" : "er: easot 1 If' "t
Oro..II', oily ban more oraiiyo groves than general, 'it a Hull had boon out of tliewater
,uiyotliortowu III the 001111" Oraiitfo oitltuntI ,mouse hilts several very pleasant "You sire. tui interruptloner. I
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of the pitoploand, illS desire to thus publicly thank for HO( odd Y""ISlld came In sMil '' I
l 10",11"1"I"n' ( eliUHt lift belle
iiin -
I ii'iiinllty Ill tillS' \ fruit baa :lontc bi-on roirnrdcd a* .'ooms and can easily accom oil ate l IS myself and children\ all of our neighbors of a nice looking lake he would wV :iiniirforlo,: : tluit Miown' 1 lu any oilier mujiton ol to 18 people. Mrs. Weaver now linn [flu little, ntnny wouldn't he?'
and friends for their / rlto. If I lift leetlo Come anil let soil of Corn Killer
llii.,,,10. Alniunt every otttgnn of the pines loving And then I the old wnnlordid wiggle! Buy my linger y"uivlll us you a pair Shoes. Now <
lIlt' "w"lI.k"I" .grove many, of whloh oonupy" several. boarders, anddurlng tho pn tseveral sympathy and asHlHtnucu the see right avuy dot I IILI doo 10-
tile ufji/ .Iota of the lio'rIllrlttInn w hllonthoraxt"tnl during Into the thickest of the light. oholntbd.7 I goods of. all kinds have heel ordered nnd lUG coming in.
tlieoountry back. TuG moruhnntJi days linn had nearly a house recent I Illness lull tullt I in the
Into .e ii lug I .
OroHootitCliyarellvu mnn.' and they otmwit I (full. Her rates urn moderate.Wm. Vat do 1 e.I. ? I hat a clog VOUCH-" You will find our house a safe place! to trade one price to all
Know the I'ronclicr WIIM Ml
: :: .: uM ao t'roiiu to death of my huxlmiid. Tlielr tender ,
its of goods whIch W'> nmny "Only ronee ? I hat a dog tin
.- Ills inrftor almost olttim' ., of the oilIer matt town LIVIng lu..the S. Newbold captured a, irmiiiinolh solicitude WItS PS n r.'iy of kindly titkon. times Itlrutty.t'"I and that the lowest. From tho' smallest child to grandpa, ;

i"hnnpor...0. tlian any wild ({\lit last Saturday morning light penetrating/ I Ilia glomn Incldnntlo A writer In the Boston ''I'lnMcrlpt. hut a"dog vonco dot van doubli'- all will ba treated with kindliest and respect. ,
Ituotl with Bhartn irene and cholntfd.
I'h"Htrot are
ih" native live onkn, and brotul sholl walk arInld <> III a trap he had pet for bin cat'dilpjust I the great hi vrn\eniinit. liiHorlhing "Krrub Oaks a settlement "J>on'f, you Hay It. I not. hut
unduslrnble in soiith-
,,, on th". prtnulpnl,itrelitllull.l'o'tlts .'reulo. Dloyslo patba Inside hU chicken house. MAHV (U. MAUM. ot l>"o'Jle tells| tale or you IlIdlnlldnt: von vll I hi nk of
a YOI /
lead II" many
-_. - .---- Mr. Newbold dispatched the cat with ... ..' "IHIOI'1( ," IIMHIIOhIlMOtR.019 residents and dog( I rutilldti i YOI of I mi." CONE The Shoe Man 1

h. ('renciAiit City - t rifle and will have the animal ]>oiith ol .J. I,; Muull.Jnmes (be elfoita of I frank spokon preiicli- Oxcuose 1110 Imf hint da ilotf's ,
utrlbo for thin impur or wltdilnfr to rvnvwtlititrtttibMfrliitlmiH Vntl moan In dot, veiifllt
:; : :: thereto, mav l lemse their mounted. It If said to be one of the I,. 1[ for the "r among them to point a moral. feelings.I See (tog It loiiiinutH of "
,,,,,,,,,*wntl ..."lIoy with I.. K. I>. Koumi at > ,11I11. past 21 After the rending on portion of I you \u. Crescent City, Florida.SOJJTHERI.TRAir ,
killed III t thin milt
the poNttilHou. who JM our uuthorlxed lucvntUFMIFNT largest specimens ever years It pro nluunt and honored cltl-! ;Scrlptul'enll( the making of aor PI'IY- 'rnl't.et| Ills

7 lection. Earlier In the week Ueo. :oIel01' uiU precinct, died nt his home the hlogl'lIl'hlcllllll.t of sermon ri'iiHon1"Deroln -
TEMPEUAriTRB: POI THE Ill) reason. Hut do "
CITY I tOI't
(; W. Neal also killed the Carll WON -
\\ I>IK FNU1N Ot "lOHttKUl', 101) :,-E. 1>. one on tore at nil curly I hour Thursday hl'I"I.I his IttUltOI the It." L 1fVAYEFFECTIVE 1

\MLLIAM8' OUtiKttVfcU. Mtt*. 'Iln- grove. morning I Oct. HOUi, ngud 07y,,mrs.Mr "II..d Oiikeis"ungodly in lye lund (.heduci'iiHiid "Maype yon Imf DIM Itll't'i t.\ ---- OCT. 1. .

for f*..' Jesse Cnrll, the well known retired Maull was It mil I Iveof, Alabama I In P11 1.I..rll. It II th"MlulthlKIUIIOIIHlol. ISk-MHB throw me vim." .. III01'1' \ -
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OrlolMT.I I liii 1 have I EArutl'I' j 0.141 EH'I T
2', Katnnlay ..'. 'II' 7d WX: 7Hunilny '- ihip bll11<.1el', and biother of the lute lie I came to I his county III 1HHL from ( 'A Ill) "YollreIRlelnkupf""Yol I I'' Dlllly : '
Tn or's M 7IX3J7 l doubt, I Ilttl Mr. W- II even I 4.11 HlllItilll'Il Ity I ; Lv 5.liiilrs ... .. 'flLv
All'\ Mondny. .. 7fl W 74 81 7Hi David CavIl died nt his homo on Uolumbus, Oa., sellllng .little west now gnashing i his teeth in hell I'' Ilre"pun lucy clinch and wrrs- "" ...oo'lu.. M., ,,,"",", Ity.. i I'o'-'MI I ) L. J.k..ovlo." w.Itllr,, ly..... 10 I. 1 }
:z1 '', '' \1 78 81 73 _01V. Uayvlew live., Northport, L. I. of Huntlngton.! 'rwo or tlireo years This was too, much for old 1*_, "ne Ho about the Hinge to the scrpiitiiinirdrllght L. O".I, ,".. ",,"hurn, Ity.. I S ill I' ill ii'i n Ar ?iiw.n' ",""'orllly. .. U '0'' It "
W Ylm'nilay.M, B4 B7 04 nlmi of diseases of the mill of nil otherwise A 1vlll",. 1."rlll. ?. I I 07 I I.". Ar "vl'h.' M"'I""rn' Iy... a hl I ."
the
from later be built home of
a complication / magnificent lntolll4ltnldlmco
a Inllnmti'S
HO 77 OH 77 54 dupartnd
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TtmiMlay" of rational il ul. t ry.! 7IejJ.ii.I :, : ::: : :::: ::L : : 4
31 Krldny, .68 7t 0 Oft 70 6ft Friday Oct. :25th. He was 71 years little west of Uroveudiile. For a he, strode from I tliMcliuich In hlglld'HII"I Plain! 1)oitht'r. bu I illch llolIIlrii Ity.. 1400 I ,. : :::: :
and the close -Cluv..llll I : I : lOonI ity Si
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-- ---- of ago. Mr. CavIl has been afrequimt number of years lie wile engaged In Ar r LIltito ,. jul::.::. sum :
excitedly pacing back Ar W'h''OI.' H"tl""ly "" ills Ar '', Hoslllsru, My.. 9
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winter visitor to Crescent City and In the saw mill business and was very and forth ncroHS thu "I lrch CAUTION I Ar 11,1"I"''', I. ... I. Cliii"I "I IS L. OI"'lnoOI/"....". Ur..o.nl.. I" ,ill a
gl''PI .. ,. f"o"n I
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:! Fcrsonal and SOdAI. pleiiHantly rememberd by many of prosperous, In I8H7 li<. built/ a large and H'IUll'th'l' tobacco Julee In al tll- This Is not a gentlu word-but when or l'hlnI"I"II. .P. I. .... ... '.' "II I O.'Un)I A O.kI'o.noworsut, 1""' I I(iir,1Ilt,roo,00t, .lIT IMI, n p ,11

$ jur citl/ens: who will regret to learn floating SHW mill which, owing to lectloiiH. .Sumo Oil iwkucl 1 whnt hi) you think how liable you art) not to purchase Ilrgln, I''on ( ii
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I ihought of the lemnrkH as his fur 70u the only roundly unlveinally ,'- N. HI N.'w york 1,1,1 PI.rhIB Exu'no.s Dolly, Ll'xbnglon. ,Jb.ohI ;:::: f p
.. .. of his death. certain ndverso clrcuniHliuices, proved lend. "Dr S- has told I blank knowu and a remuily that has hud lullII.n, .I."pln"uo"Now York \'I'lnl'Hnd' J.kAr OlIlOllIllIttI 1"01 I ,' 7 ,1' 1 1

Walter C1III Is Roing extensively U. O. Burton the well.known purser a great flnunclul lose, Later he II"," says 1'"for I know fern our- the largest Bale of any medicine In the "IYlllu N. "I.\W.hll"IA'". 11ohl"II,1 ln'nw cIr., Plnrhl" LYi' D, P"r. 1'.111.' T"a"ill I' :

bunine on the steamer Crescent has been \vont Into the inercantllu biiHlness at tnlnty that the old man huHii't had nItioth world since 1808( for the euro Hod treal/- L'III"I.' vIe 110,10"011,1,, Inloln 11"1" L. OlncIIII"I. 11 In..r. '11.1.. 8 .
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Into the strawberry I
fluntlngton blnca the big freeze: he In his head lor over twenty mont of oonauniptlon and throab soul IIW olrJ"ck."vlllo. Now IJlnlll Aroiileag", I..n iI.ies.. .... 7 : 1
of Miller's short .
F. M.. Paynon Is putting hiM house taking: charge Capt. yeaisl" lung troubles without loslnff Its fat>atpopularity L illl'"l. C. U. .0.-MatIns I a c.. p 't
tho several days during the ab- hits had, up to two years ago, jJie I --- ---- 0.11. ma- i7 ai
northwest) of the city In repair. past all these YOII'R. you will be '1'0 UINoD/SA'r1 TiE LAD 0 I Uhlo"I' anllnll .
leiics of Cupt. Miller 1'alatkn.., superintending charge of glove properties, living BEACTIFUL CLKAII" HKIE thankful thut we your altiintlouto TIRIU'U Lv' llulnlaU. C II 1.-ihc, L 0 ''BI' 'I
"I..d
Mr. and Mre..R. B. Carter of New repairs on the steamer most of that time and up to last Horblue exerts a cllieot'lillnonoo on lloHChee's Thorn aieBO TiE aK' Ar Ar01.,1.1.11.. el:I: .J :.: ? II.:. :

Yolk are expected hejis." this winter. vlr.: Burton 1 la old hand at ineritmndislug. year near Closeout City Junction.Lnxt : the bowels, liver ali kl'lneys milfjlug many ordinary cough rpmmllea niadu r.v :I \ : Ky. I
an : No.111. :: :: :: : 1
and stiongtheiilug, these organs anil by drugglHIB' find others that are iOI'IHIIOU"P nulu I t : :, 1(1 ::::: I T ., g
Jr A. M. St"en of Palarku was nprofoHsiomU summer Mr. Maull purchased oh"oJ ,, Lv ,, .t
'M
lIe operated a stun maintaining thorn lu a uoinmL condition antI good for light colds | 'hul'l r. 'I.YI'u.' ,.Iur uly... i 15 I
here last Frldajvenlng. Hothel home 1'1'1'8. bill I.v .Ill born ly..1. I",,1" A. 111., I Ity ...L ,
visitor the \v. J. on Prospect IIollllrl ,
noresoniH 17 yearn ago, and had BBVjral of health ; than removing common for Seville OOllhR. brollohil., I.. 11"0", ..,. ,., .. .
.,. experience In time old itreet, and soon after moving In was HIISH or yolli.w, iiiotliv, gre .ey Bkln, anil when* Ar V..IIIIIIIII. KOII..rl 11)'....I. 1 I N".II "TIIIrll..Llm t.l'' 0"111. nlII.t 'h q
years M ..10,1 Hlnop.
W B. Hhotwell haa a now bOil t lieavh & Miller store. taken Ill with fever. For 51)1110 time nnd more or less of pimp( e", blotch's them la dlfllcu t oxpuuturatioti aniTnoughlngdurlug .hIlt"8Irh'I/. ....111.11, Iy.".Oft. I f.I'. hill Ir..11 oar.vnollllll.J.tck."vll,..' "1'11", 1
I .
the and 1" c. ,
and blackheads.. Gilo) \cknrman tStHwait'n nights mninIngs I. 10N ly bli'l 'I''k'''AW""t city
which he Is olTering for? sule ut n 10 had beiin tiuublud! with valvularllseuoo No.'OIl. PolilillimI sleeping' onr IV. .. ,.
Mrs. H. L. Ileiiham and daughters, 1'alatka, and Lllnds' drug there .nothing like Onioinu Kytup. dr"wh'.ro" H. Icku' .lIcu., I' .u
of time hem.t.ltntl this with Its to CUll Immll. 1.Iary DI..lull..ul".r. Aguni. .
reasonable price. Missus Mamlo Lee and Stella, are novi store Crescent City. Bold by all druggists In thu nlvlIUeil J"'kOllvIIO "k.'lo .
consequent weakening of his system world. Yuu can got this reliable r fm- ,
'I'here was nothing In the way of residing lu Davenport Iowa, having 8. H. HAno\VI ::1
edy at store Oesuont City c.1 U.AC KEItT, Gunnral 1"'lur.' a P A.
nude It hard to the fever. Tablet Lounda'diug
,oxcltoment on election day, and alight ecently !gone to that plaoe, froti.Aon Ha spent several suppress weeks of the sumner TII'nlll\ t (1. G. QIISK-J, Wood bury, N. J.Vlint \V.\ II TAYLOK A. Gl P. Atlnutn Oa. Wabl"ltoll. D C.

!; ; vote vim polled.A City, III. It III stated that Mr. Among the students at a Chicago '
In tho mountain districts of medical college was one who .frequently \ Allen liil.I '
sweet potato. weighing 01 pounds, Be.iliam. has gone on the road selling\, :North Carolina, hoping to secure relief i Irli-cl lo "piny to the galleries" .J"hl Hen ,Jou...." nu mill Is exhibition noils In which event It Is thoughl John Allen 1 hill.
Kx-ConirreBBiiinn
raised near Dean's on { by twisting his answeis In such ilogrbt
of climate but Instead "
a change .. ,
by Allen lt'nulie'
known as J
at bound's drug ..tore. lie has disposed" of the bulk of lilh' a nay as to raise n laugh. But onu I of Ben Jonson's "Drink
he grew gradually weaker andrtllul'l1ed him he was time only pilvate in the ConVderate A settlnit BERMUDA ONION
interests III Cuba. Mr. Benhani., can lay the laugh went nfridust with Thine Kyes" was1miihh1h
Mo Only
Ernest Barber and A. Yeardley home. Since hU return bin nays the ChiiiigoHccordHernlcl.One army, was standing 41 o the VVaWan,1HHHnt
o\\'lIeI'R' of Lake sell anything and the News predicts maiked. For few of his lilts, at all J'etn"ylvnllil[ avenue W Hhliirlon| recently by In
prominent grove ? decline was a although not Newton Center. Mass. o

(Como were In town last Saturday.Capt. treat success for him on the road. hours previous to his lentil he was original, was his description ii relilulrkitble (hunt>f tho w..k llepublio, watching parade the Ornnd\\lfll Army 111111were woeks there came a letter from avonmn SEED
ha litiil Tha rf
roil bat "e""
and Master In
I a
liad
Mrs. Dr. H. Hastings itituti, who singer
and Mrs. J. W. Miller expect unconscious. clous was much Interested but tha two ladies. As the lII b"el the .

a visit from Cn.pt. Miller's mother, Clinton will leave, the latter purl J. L. Majill wns 0110. of the best. piofesaor was Iklptlcll. anti Intimated of Grand Army len wept by I'll,. lirht opera.she, but.could who make quit a better stage llv- should place their orders now else II'"vs ';
Allen visibly lucause
and her arrival U scheduled for this of thin week or the first part of next men In this community. High regard that ha Rholl satisfied' vate several was hours had hlpl'e'R.d.Arter eliiptied i>opnl rl/liig songs by shlllngtlem will be too late to got a supply.

\\euk. Jacksonville, whore they will ro- for him was universal. lie so If he were to BCO it. 'Imrles A. secretary of tluitomocrutlo > IIK Into tha phonograph.: Slit "1

lde In future. Dr. Hastings Is nl- lived that all who came into intimate "I've brought It with me, aald JdwardK.congressional uonitnlt- IIUI a smith New YOlk town, Fresh Oarden Seed ,
and the
Crescent will probably the student taking Mr. Ben
Tim steamer PIP..rIlf letter to
having ready settled In a good medical 1 business 'iHsocialion with him could see that, I a package ho exhibited a tee, came along. AI.I greeted him.stoppl'd .dUmmliiK the Center. Itreiias .
resume It run today, JSewton
him, For Fall
III Jllck ollvUle. This family without he was "sustained bat. Ild 'OtHOII. 5 I will liiuluile'mirsoiiK Planting 1"
pretense Sir I'or .
bnen. thoroughly overhauled and put how long has this pa "ler :
he asked about
friends In this section The other was "dwarda. rlnk to Me Only with
have 'I>
In excollant! shape for the winter very many ind soothed l by an unfaltering trust"n of cholera. along? Have arrived.
the
who greatly regret their change origin hours and half," repliedMr. rhine Eyes; ,' In my'new catalogue
the religion! of the Christ whom he answered }'our u
to
are
tourist travel. "Asia, they say, records and will also I you going plant a garden bet
Their beautiful country Kdwards after his It phonograph t
residence. consulting
of I
life
te espoused In early nndcwheiile "but from my own experlnnon record of the name." ter see us.

Mr.: anil Mrs. Mclaughlin and home lu ottered for sale at a bar came to die he had but to "wrap should say It wits In the abdominal watch.Allen heaved sigh, turned to enil The you letter a wasanswereil by Arthur J
r.
"
children are stopping for the winter (tho draperies of his couch about him region." cholera I fan the,1 Indies, and em Id In u tone of inelvncholy Furwell, the composer, In thlii strain : Lound's Store
gain.Mrs. 1 do not mean II Drug ,
tl Jonson was II
lit the Burton House. Mr.l\IcLnuch. Barton W. Chase of Detroit, nul lie down to pleasant dreams." remarked the professor blandly, .I. pride : "Wear Mudut. As he Isn't with ,
IIi In foreman of the big ])ean mill "Just see whit I held at bay for ml of 'Hill' HIinkfHpt-re,
: Mich., who has visited here on several Mr. Mniill wm twice mnrrted. His the joker couldn't see for Home thins lime. In any case
Y. the
Oil Dead Lake. occasions and l Is pleasantly remembered Irst wlfg"was Sarah L. Perry who what the others were laughing at. four ye"rs.-N. 1Im8R. is ia at would.1lot present sanction this expendl- Crescent City.Executor's .

Dr. H. C). Welch sailed on the by many of our people{ lied In 18T>7. The Issue of this mar- lire of ft mini which might be so ft.I .

White Star Line steam ship, "Celtic" writes that she will spend the Coining 'inge WitS one child Mrs. Cleo. 'V. nuch more sntlsfnctorlly towern.'e applied leel thai at I Notice. .\

from Now York lost Friday" for winter in California, whither slit- :N'eal of this litOO. ]r.I s s uond wife, bu ho 1..1'IUld last .." celltl'll"l hav suHIimitly Notlun ditto In liorwif hiirohr wit(ilvnn will( Hint pruHimi nil our month llnal nftarthti noiMtuntH .

]"lIrupo. For the present his address will be accompanied by" one of her who survives him, wits Miss! ( Maiy Ci. heralded the name abroad nnil vounlKtrtt nil,, r nIltitItrallm of I lie estate
\\ III bu Edinburgh: : Scotland. ions and her sUter. Mrs. Chase has dj Ituto') Insoii, of J Han-Is( Co. Ua. ( fIlls Thirty-six years of o innke It uimeovHsary to resort 1 II (*l Siirnli lolbol. I..of the onuiitr of Putiinntiklld t

J. 'r. Long who haa bm>n employed visited California on othoroccnslons, ,. latter union Htlve.i. childrenc IWU. a

at :SlHco the past two or three months and has spent two winters Mexico.\ iving, vU: Mrs. t'. K. Stone of I IChlulilro. : Ap at eino U.OI>WAHT Exnoutora., '

U now woiklng. at the Huntlngton She him Just pmchaned u. magnlfl- E.: N. Maull[ of Crescent continuous success WORM DB9TBOYEB. 1

mill, a change which he appreciates. uent home on the Canadian nldo ol :ity, Allen B. Maull of Baltimore. White's ('but ram removes VwiDlfium the,muoim not onlj and Executor's Notice.

for the reason' that he can .live at the Detroit river, near enough to the \frs. U. B. Carter, Will 11.nnd James. 3,1st thInk what that m .. Tblrty-year, In buBtaew, each year more tuocossfulthan kl time Is worms, In whluhthny build their pests; NoUc'H' tiorohy gl.on thai BIX monthn after
who are Maull, ot New York, and Clifford the previous one wltb ver a bMikward movAmeat. ooDBbuitly growing Itraor ever oondi- ",.. bi-wlt., loeolilrl. I will prwont my ,
her L.
enable prac- ;
home city to sons Increasing In popular favor. how siSsy ooooarualn thutoouotry have such a proud oordf It brings. a.( qulrkly, a healthy llnnl ncGKimt. nn writes I Icing attorneys, to get to their ollloennd :.V. Maull[ of Jioynton, Flu. The lat ( maay that were dniiw business thlrtynilx yean atio are even lneil UinoetolayF rm ,Ion ol thebo.ly. wnere WOIDIB caunoll .. Piitnnm uUII" .Vlurliln. '. ,...l ask u, bo diniilmmml _
C. A. Pratt of Milton, Vt., few. But thlrty-fllx n of aontlnuouv nuooena and still growing larger. Think I lllrtIlur
: jo .. A Stewart I a- fn>m I iha a.i lniliilHtrnlliiuoC, IhoUDU.IOOl i
will back each day. ter111 11. Mlllllllllld Mrs Oco.V. I hat II been"mpll.bu. .Junk this way. By olilaff abiwlutely pure whiskey, dl. .a.t.5.l nt Afk.ro"n to. A. ,llOOOUOd. i .
the News that he and Mrs. Pratt ent "''ity.
IioiiodH'
all Its and flavor
from original
root our 0, rlobn8 Or0. .
elIlthlIlititgent .. :Neal were the only children who ,to cnome.wlL .tla. Thin June 1jun 'I'
come down later this winter for/- James Padgett, Jr., the lair blm the enormous" earrylntf out to '' every atata B.
when denth closedhe mentor 011cr that we make thereby creating a with our over quarter ol a L TOINBI
Atlantic Coast Line at uouUI present ( cold" l9.iuih >r.WELCH .
short stay. Thin will bo pleasing Information of the million MUttfleti customers tbateatuwl b brko. Transfer Co
their father. I Crescen Ciiy
to their large circle <>f Crescent City Junction, lies had a ; eyes of ,

friends here. boost of $13 per month In his salary The funeral service wa/ held at the. Direct from our distillery to YOU .l".ts all tl''UI' at O."soint City Junction. & SANDUSKY,

the made louse on Friday morning, being conducted NIht tnilnf by appointment.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. DeVeau were Mr. Padgett says company Adulttrallonl" H M. LA.UREE Mnnnger. Physicians and Surgeons
advance In station agfiiU' by Rev C. II. Summers f Sam D' Im' Profits I Pnvtnts I ,

expected to arrive and open t'n If a general 1st the amount of the Orirvesdale Methodist Kplsoopdi 1 Will b at their office In CRESCENT 'I
Nov. ,
beautiful winter home on Wednesday salaries on based. length of ser- church,. South, of -which Uepeastd W. B. SHOTWELL JIT Yon Thursdays. Friday and Satur.lays -
of tills week and every one In raise being upon of each
local week.
Crescent City will be pleased to see vice and linpoitance ol the station. was Masonlo a consistent lodge which member.deceased The wits HAYNER WHISKEY Builds : Row : Boats,
the best station be- /
Crescent CityIII Office Central Avenue.
these popular people. Palatkaand Sanford, and the also a member, had a part In the ser Repair' b..t. bUIIIE'1 and mnkcs nil on
tween his
at shop
J. R. Preston of Kewanoe, Oa., an than vice. The attendance- neighbors SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE kinds of wo wrk
raise wa In consequence higher PURE of his MEAT MARKET
10 rear 4lt I.
old was and the flor- Spexxcer
resident of Crescent City at the other small stations. Mr. and friends was general Croaumit ('Ity. tin. ,

booked to arrive here Tuesday of Padgett says he la. very well pleasedw Itl offerings were ninny anil beauti FULL $ *| EXPRESS S itlafnotory? woi,k gu..r"otee at mod. Dentist.
this Week for weeks' vlxlt with to the
a two he would rather ful. III the prncnssloii grave est prices.
itt his Job now but 4 .-
his. son, O. H. Preston and hid daughter Crescent City than any the; Masonlo. order followed the & -

Mm B. M. l.aHree. other live place In even were the pay less.A learse In reitalln, and the pall bearers QUARTS PREPAID 300 New Ticking lioxen Park Street near Font Ofllne. tresoent -

Mr. Austin, engineer of the locomotive all members of that order, were I lined and handled, at one half price. City Florid*,

at Dean's mill has leased the DASOBBOC8 >ONTO J. H. Harp S. E. Neal, Frank M. We will send yoU FOOT TOIX QUART BOTTLES of WEB'S SB VEN- and
RYE ...d..o PM Oho express ._ When ran Also boxes made up. Hoops
house of Engineer Terry on Lake This la the n "nth of coughs, colds andtautitin frtyson, Tlios. Hlucliclllf. Paul C. YIAar.o ror.1 If wi Do ea.oli cold f...nli bur from Anybody ? send < back ..tourHpenno paper.
arrli. you Wescott. At the '
street. Hisfamily consisting of a with tick- Smith and U. O. and your 98 w will ro bask you by Tory 0..m.I IU How cud J. \Veatherbpe.
arrivedon \ t Flud yourself h.iarrs, a Rev Dr. I D. M.Beeves, acted .n ouTer bo fulrorr o'think It ,t. ShIpment ouuM In II plain Maloil .
wife and two bright children and anuoyluttooutth grave[ 4 miles went of Crescent City. : .
ling In your throat au with no marks or b.Indicate oonlonu.Order HAIR tnrrriNO' IN APPROVED STYLES.OHILDREN'H
and temporarily should always as chaplain of the order and made HPEOIALTY.Th .
Saturday are stopping ? Then you WORK A
at eight
) at the Burton House. have hunuy. a bottl of Btt'uiriiiHorehnuuil 'S prayer, after which Uev. Simmers or ,* ro Ar.CI CaL bull Idaho 1 at root.N..N.?Mn M".. 0.l.b. WM.P Dissolution Notice. bop hiM retwntly ben equipped 'With'

Syrup. J. A. A ,iilernon 364 Conducted the service of the church ."' q 'tot nlk-OO by : rrevmt TO ALL WHOM I* MAC ConciBB: now and miHlorn ohftvlr'In. ronduril.n and ether OtInlOIrtS.sty oltmo*
A, Jossetyn returned last Friday 'c kept ; only
writes i iW "r..r
West 5iU. i3'. Halt Luke "Ity and the body of J. J,. Maull w s low our seared offloo sad MOW. Tol n..U.HIM Site np>itn.riihlp lu' n.e and onehomem..ausrsism.d ,
..
Wrl
d iSo ,
evening from bill annual summer Bnllarii's. Horohoiiml Syrup for bol. n n.und r num.n erf.eb.
< use ol.lln. .1.,10"
Imnunllata ered into the grave there ti> "await the.renoral "lr I., rk-Oh ., C.mp.., la hereby
visit Massachu- anil uolila. In glva THE IIAYNER COMPANY
to his old home In coughs r..IIIIrl'.tlon.While DISTILIJO' 'lluoITi d br muliiitl, ot n

fintti. Mr. Josselyn Is one of the relief these W.tmub'i-s.know It's I the write best this retomly to lo- ths less to the community Is. ATUNTAi SA. DAYTON.0110 I.LOUIS Mo ST. PAUL Hum.tn ." "'li'..''. lcii.hi ho KHKvmna_ will b! f'ftbbi fin'IniliMl.11.1..1, bV o.etlU L. #

winter for do not forget to reel ''n.t'.o. ,' .. ( u
pioneers "IalISa EDUCATION
the all "
amongCrescent City people
ttuoe oth> poople to try this plaiiaDtand great\ ItamuBBT, TOOT, CwAuunn p.thte5ang.yor&iug.ush.' A D 1 01T wibSosi yolf
for the 0
residents thin fiflo and deep and lovlmr sympathy : Ills u. deli yes
and really regards niolont! romwly. i5o! 1C6"t L tiLARK. !. rlwnti"

more a* a horns than any other place. >1.00 at Aokernian Stewart'Oresoent, Falatkai City.l .. ; widow" la their In her bereavment.affliction. and< the chlldI -"I' -,- O eUG t LArfuhcUVII. = e al

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The Palatka Newsand The Guards are taking a great' interest -
.P 't In basket ball, and are expecting -

Advertiser a match game on Thanksgivingday Good Healthand I. M. MEYER

with the K. A. C., to be played 4 ,
--- In this city.
t pure blood are Inseparable. If )
;.4$ Hon. S. J. Hllburn had legal bust- your blood Is bail your health must suf
City fiappenings .. ness which took him to Tavares. last fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose.

week. He also spent, a day or two vitality lust as a poor fire under the
h $ Personal m ntlon. ;$ his boiler allow* the steam to run down. Gents' furnishings
with brother, Rev. Dr. Hllburn( I From poor blood to Impure blood Is buta p Clothing ,
inn + .wwNNN 11tiN e ,
at Plant City. Is l/
step, and impure blood mother to a .
fak, : i t 6 J. B. Jllntcm' of Harlem wan [In the I Martin Grltlln left for Hot Springs! I large \percentage of human ills. Dr. ,
t Barter's Iron Tonic Is an antidote for
l ; city yesterday.
i t Ark., Monday evening, at which and blood for It is
I both impure ,
SI + ,, ,! MlesEdna Kirby la visiting friend place he hopes to recuperate his, both a poor builder and purifier a food : and Shoes.

'4( ; p' in Valdosta, Ga.. health. Mr... GrlHIn huts not been and a medicine It Is the best combi- \ Hats ,+

I Rlohard Pvterniann. left Sunday well for several weeks.. I nation of the kind known to medical
science: and Its success for nearly half
Ni i j morning Waycroiis, (la. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. Fisher, former a century has led to its endorsement by

r H. R. Gordon returned Sunday well-known residents ot this thousands of medical men who have ]1 olE--

)( from a weeks' trip to Arcadia. city now of Jacksonville, are here been unable to find a substitute. tables. Come in and

"' Mrs. W. F. Forward of St. Angus for visit to Mrs. Fisher's mother, I f Fall Suits are on our

tine Is here visiting frlendn. !Mrs. Drennan, oil the Heights. I 'HIOII ART." treat. Every suit is work, of

f A merry-go-round is doing Dr. Harter's give your eyes a
now
d., y R. Rowland, of Rome, N. Y., line
ale ;' i business on the vacant lot opposite designers cutters sewers -
accepted a position at Aeldpn's.Mrs. art; the highest paid ,_ ""Mil"
[. M.\ Meyer's department stores, on
W4 r al and Mrs J. I. of the manufacturers Mil'
Wiinberly employed by
Lemon street, and the youngsters of Iron Tonicwill and finishers are
i '6
Interlachen In the
l'ti J are city today.
the city lira happy In conse Y' A. J. Varn an old settler of c..Prlahl..sJDCII.. of our Ready-to-Wear Clothing.
Frnlt-I, :Miss Dora Rulibelin, after a visit of ?
t ; land was In town Tuesday and some tlmo at Interlachen, and Palivt- ItiHur you affttfnat the mtnyevlli rmtultlnff. Copyrighted I DOa.
neHday. from Impure blood Sororuln, plmplol, blotehe.
i ter I ka with friends and relatives, left onFriday kidney ulaordflr, rheumatism gout dyspepsia, -
r+ Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bond! are for her home In Stetson' Fla. I,, mauls weakness, salamis, chliiroais.. eu>, are.
1' few of them: but the .......1..11. the uratteitdantfer.
? + rejoicing over the birth of a llttl While here Miss llehbehn was visiting I I In the general. weakening. of the whole @1t ,

r'' daughter. her aunt. Mrs. R. K. Block. i I..m. dl.which......affords .lui opening fur every Isusursgrt

The Guards met and had 1 their J. B. Rogers left. Saturday for his 1, I\s only one of the thousands ottemlmoDlttle

s' tl regular drill at the Armory on TUCK home In Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Rogers we have received: ON Pg4a .
I I Detroit, Mloh.\ .Jan 10. Idol.
4 day evening.F. won many friends here who regretted "I commenced using Dr. Harter'a. Iron Tonic aDlalApip 7 uEutlstwts v
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when from attack of rheum
prostrate a severe
'; B. King, of Hulllster, sisal to see him leave, all of whom tfHm. After. using three bottlee all traoee. of

Monday In the city attending to bus trust he will return to our city In the this system dl...and...'were m. .anenl completely beatth eradicated...rexbred from.my

4i col mesa matters.Qulncy near future. i Aa a'blood 'purttler Dr. Harter's;i iiT nlo
bas no equal and 1 most sincerely recommend r
+ t''x, Price, formerly with Water I MHJ. Geo. P. Fowler came In from It to all 1 persona suffering from Indigestionfatigue t

# I' ,I' Thomas, now lm a position in H. his Hastings farm on Tuesday and rheumatism of lime system,. and produced the many by wakene4Conditions Impover '1I py IIk Ii HOWARD STYLE.
i lahuilbloud.. Munrnrlte P. Yeaiell tp
nn i J, Uroone'store.* remained over until yesterday even No.' MO Second Ave

Miss Edith Merrill returned thus ing. MaJ. Fowler will attend court Ljjj THIS HAT $3.00.
k.i iF IIIOOO".IM Out bore. toettnualal la(.......)
week from a visit to relatives In the here next week, when he will appear NI
fl II' Every bottle of Dr. H r-
+ { } ; eastern cities. us counsel in, several taxes lit; mere Iron Tonlo baa our"Creacent" -
and
& tf trademark Largest most com need a Shirt
> on When
", Mm. S. P. Holldiirake has return C'lms. K. Thlgpln and Chas.. C. J? the label. Don't accept. > plete line of the Celebrated i you Good enough for a King
-InvlHt on Dr. Uarter's. don't fail to look over ,
y Smith, will make application to the iresubstitute
ed l from a visit with relatlveM 1 In 1I'
County Commissioners today for Matt* only 69 Grindstone Brand of Boys u +I and complete If you insist on
Pennsylvania, n THE DR. HAUTE"'''' MEDICINE' COMPANY our large paying $5
license to retail liquors In this OHIO and Childrens Suits and
city DAYTON We don't sell
line.
x FearnsUle & Co's. store him been government for a Hat buy it I here
They expect to business I In Mtiun i)"of Dr.Hunt'wild ctunr eixm.> Knee Pants shown in and
opnn up ever
.
D HMIM MwUclM but
re-palntet and now presents.. most and rtlw' will' known' bonds, our
itar*; "V* ? attractive front the old John W. Hagen gtnnd. Both roc BALI IVUTVHIU the city, from the cheapest Dollar Shirt is a good investment we'll send your wife the
lire young men raised In this county.
"e g GI K. 11. Perry and Labnn Price cam. At a meeting. of the county school Go to Mrs. Paddy's, Central Lemon to the best. for any! man. v $2 change.
Into the city yesterday from Melrose street, for chickens and e IB.Dnrhllf I
board yesterday a resolution wu
on county business
passed to the effect that no teach l his' recent visit to his old
;
Men
Napoleon IlnKan has returned tot Old /Wens Young
t will hereafter be permitted to employ home In Normal, Illinois, Oapt. W ,
the after several visit
weeks tohlslllothprM'llOme.
; city
/
n substitute without lust getting 11. Mann, of Manvllle, was inacli' r r

i permission from the board, and that much of by his old soldier friend

Miss Julia Miles, of Pomona, wan no teacher will bn paid for time not who served with him In the \Mt.l, 1 $3.00 SHOES.Over

a pleasant visitor In the city a short actually taught, not even sick days.J. Illinois Volunteers. He was enter .

while last Saturday A. Jtulr tins returned from a visIt tallied at the Huldier's Orphans'

F. W. Gano find W. W. Carter or to the celebrated. Russell pecan Home, a place the venerable captain Fifteen Different Styles

Putnam Hall were visitors' In the grove at Oluste. Fla., and the grove had never visited though he wan on<

city during the week. of Dr. J. B. Curtlss at Drang of the first to donate two) for th<

Messrs. J. H. Crosby and L. B. Heights. Mr. Bnlr has planted aH6 founding of that Institution. Tin p In Our Show Window.

h'; Bailey, prominent Ban Matfio clll- acre pecan grove and lls very much local paper of Normal gives a con, ff4

v zens, were here on Monday. enthused over the culture of this slderable apace to an account 01 f a We make a specialty of these goods, .
popular nut. Mann's visit.
t'' r T. R. Livingston[ went to Holliste Capt t

ii yesterday to attend the wedding; of Dr. C. A. McMurray, distinguish J. n Dnnlels a locomotive fireman '; buying only the best styles and values ...

yo his brother, J. D. Livingston. educator and author of text books 011 and J. T. Hamilton railroad section .

{ N. H. Morngne was over from Sea- educational topics. and method, fore-man, both white, were fined FI l If< for the money.Ch.ildreris'. .

breeze The with his wife and children, hums nr- each and costa before Judge Haskel!
i on Tuesday. family expect "
to return' to Palatfca in a few rived In Pulatkn to spend the winter. Tuesday morning for being disorderly : :: : School Shoes'FROM )

L' >I days. He has secured the Lilienthal bOll on the street In the neighborhood

.t on the Heights. Dr. McMurray\ is n of the tent minstrel show the nigh
Rev. Dr. R. L. Honlker returned 75C. TO S2.SO AT
J" 'I resident of DeKalb: ill. The family before. Both; men were somewhat s.2.T: p
Saturday from Atlanta, where he

a$to has been on a few dn's.ltdt to his spent Robert last James winter hits here.a brace of wingless under Daniels the was Influence ugly. of When liquor,ChleHngan ant f 1 rase .e :E. 1W.II:. JiwJIE:: : ::IE.JItS,_

sons.
red bats on exhibition at the attempted to arrest the men -
% 1 The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs -
--- - -
restaurant, said to have been he found that each c..rrletlllll'ly, long
11 r) W. Edward Wattles Is dangerously' brought from the Philippines. Some barreled revolvers. These he took NDl ice. A. E. WILSON, OEO. E. WELCH, T. B. MERRILL,

am ill at the home of Dr. Miller, 1 intT from them. Daniels resisted In pursuance of Instructions from the CJIty PBKSIDBNT. VICR I'linsinptiT. CASHIER. .
young men who were "on a bRt" the away Council, I will receive buds for the purchase 01: U.U mit DAII.KV. rii. ? H MII.UAHDfi. .
4 Francis. other evening saw them for the first and the chief had to rap hln 1 thofollowlittf UfwurlbtKl property' 'lytuir-u boI THE Putnam National

I R. R. Brakeman has purchased or (lime and thought them "grate."" pretty severely! over the head with, I InK now. I"claimed the city by of the Pnltiik.ii lily*via, the title to which la Bank fi. LOPER Bin J CO.

\V. D. ShlehU the property, No. 812 They certainly are amusing little the butt end of a pistol to subdue, \ will Lot reoolvetl 10 I still: till 11:,?In'o'clock.Block 971.IMils p. Ul.. Tu... Of' 'alatkaWe ,

_'; Kirkland street. The connl Tile UHy Council reserves the right to reject solicit the accounts of the Fire Insurance
was $450.Hon. lock-up over night. The. case people thr.Hllhout Piituam County, anil tender all :
all J N. BLAiiKWRLL
sod bhln.
Don't the entertainment any the courtesies end
forget under Oouooll.A ,. aooomiucxhitloM' consistent with good Banking.Putnam .
against these men for carrying pistols Clerk Ulty:
;, J. H. Harp of Crescent City the auspices of the Woman 1. Leading American auto. Foreign
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_
has not yet come ,
has been asked to act nf tho up.Tlie ---
as one
p Fortnightly Club to be given at the ... +
-- -- = + .
t' judges In department "H" of the Armory tomorrow (Friday) night. COIllI :Ulit',..
County Election. == :: : : ,
/ State Fair. The features of the evenings program Eb..a.rrc.a.cy: : ==

The Ladies Aid Society of the will be a spelling bee homemade The election In Putnam county onTuesday PA LATNA. FLORIDA. ,- Accident Insurance:

s Presbyterian church will Rive a.rtpi candy sale, music and dancing wns a most quiet affair, oil Kate Lucas, Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and The Travelers of Ilnrtford
( ly about one-third of the registered : ,
b, bazaar and supper on Friday eveningthe A general admission of 10 cents will Patents. .
voters going to the polls. The fact The Milliner,
21st Inst. be charged. Let there be a large at PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY Life Insurance
11 :
of there being no opposition. to the COMPOUNDED IfI(
tTym" B. M. Baer. a prominent buslnes ,tendance. regular/ democratic ticket was the Palatka, Florida. FRESH OAUUES SEED. A.O11U Mlllory| Slo"rnohlp, ,, ,.,?,,. !III II
I =-=- = +-= The Old Reliable "(iernmniaLife"
man in Palatka back In the '70's, L. A. Smith returned on Saturdayfrom cause. The lilghest vote cast for anyone -- + + '

r died I In Birmingham Alii.,ya few a month spent Washington .
candidate wan 882.:! of New y I/l'k./
g,, days ago, aged 66 years. Cincinnati. St. Louis, and his "old The proponed amondmend to the PRESCRIPTIONS

; Prof. I. I. Kentucky home." Mr. Smith feel French Kid Gloves Carefully Compounded"This FRANK H.
A Himes principal of the constitution Increasing the numberof >I HAFER Marine Insurance:
: u r Putnam greatly benefited by the trip. He
Hugh school; reports thltthe supreme court Justices was carrIed is an old familiar ,
In Black, White and Colors, saying
L i present enrollment exceeds that says that the great Lonlsnna Purchase vote of /80() for to 71) The
by a against fitted in the store. Our Block Is ; in fact it is so old that Leiidiing Companies.'
,
of a 20 Exposition. at St. Louis In 11M)4\ ) Is to F'AL.ATKA.. "IA.
year ago by pupils. -a majority of one for the amend- complete. have I
f ..-.. n. Lane prominent citizen of be a whale, and that a whole army ment. some druggists forgotten All Claims Promptly

Putnam Hall was In town yesterday of men are engaged in work upon The amendment to increase the HosieryWe what it means. We have not. I Settled.

:? bearing' the ballot box and electloi' the grounds. number of circuit court judges and We believe it is the most important -
have full line of Ladles' online 28 Front!St.: FALATU.TU.
i returns from his precinct. Henry L. Miller and family have to create new circuits was lout by a Misses' and a Children's thing in our business. R ReoI m (ESlale I fe O JA l v eSlfeflis.

y Judge J. C. Vertrees and his returned from a somewhat extended vote of 08 for to 75 al\'llinst-IIII1JQl'lty Hosiery, also the best Heavy Wf!not only do it carefully -

daughter/ Mrs. J. Walton returned visit north. Mrs. Miller, with the of 7 against the proposition.BEST Hosiery for Hoys. but we do it quickly. i .
children, stopped over In Washington -...
se
from their visit to Nashville, The BabiesWe
c Tenn., Tuesday afternoon. D'C., for a visit to her parents, LIMMBNT on EABTH.I. Twenty Years In Florida, Speaking; of

while Mr. Miller proceeded to points have a full llne'of Infants' P0 R-ous '.
M. McIInoy, Oreenvll Tea.wrltell
,
e.
Oeo. W. Stlinmell has severed REX
Sk his 111 New York state Auburn and Nov. 1900) "I Clothing. including INFANT/:
c' t Syracuse 2d:! \ : hail rheumatism PLASTERS
s connection with the >'l 1 Perfecto CLOAKS) UNDERWEAR, I
Cig- \ last winter, down In bed
? was six
to his brothers and
see suterP. For Bread
r, t Factory in this city and left on weeks;tried everything, but got no ra- Kto. In fact everything you achu and pains. of all humankindA European w Restaurant I
They report having had a most enJoyable need In the way of pretty and
r F + Sunday for Waycross, la. .let, till a friend gave me a part of a comfortable the
Y t outing. bottle of Bnllaru" Snow Liniment. I clothing for .
James Ray has mured from a six Th. young people. of the city never used! It, and got two more bottles It baby Porous Plaster that is once Furnished Koooms, Reminds that severalof
weeks visit In Washington and New cured me and I haven't felt any rhemv, identified by the name of REX Hot and Cold Baths us.
spent a more enjoyable' evening than
York feeling that he has had hismoney's them, since. I can reocomnienj Snow Our Millinery Creations needs our new customers havetoil
further
that of lost Thursday, the occasion no evidence of
I worth In Liniment to be the best liniment on have
N pleasure.Miss being an Informal hop given by the earth for rheumatism" For rheumatic, this Fall have received the reliability. It is a positive ROBERTtJAMEB' us that they

Fred r lea, Banks. of A men la, Gem City Guards at the Armory. selntlo or neuralgia pains, rub In Hal- enthusiastic commendation of and quick for I found more real satisfacr.

Iwr Y N. Y., has arrived In the city and Die attendance wan good-despite lard'.Snow Liniment, you will not suffer our customers. The new winter cure coughs, ((11".or t.o(') ...Kupperb".b) tion in eating our make: '
+ long, but will be gratified with a speedy colds, aches and pains. PLATKA _
+ will be the guest of the Misses Lila [ styles are very attractive. I'Ll KIiA
the for that have
earthquake predictions and effective cure., 25o, Coo and $1 00 of bread than they
1, ys i4 and Nellie Downing this winter. late which did not materialize-ant at Ackerraan Stewart's Pslatkaand. City Drug Store. 1 ever before thought possioie. .

W. D. Allen and I.. K. Tucker, the; dance. was proclaimed by all to jouuds' drug store. Crescent City. -- ----. NURSERY _'L'_ _,.. ...ar
..... : There isn t ** F
both county officials from Fruit land, be a complete success. The music -

were In the city yesterday-tlie latter was furnished by Flnley, and his The proper ripening and maturing STOCK. tide of dyspepsia in it It

to attend the of the to Its usual of whiskey depends on the care and A .. number of made
meeting school playing was up hightandnrd n method of storage.. The warehouses Chas. E. RowtonHere old hurls ot Pineapple Doe II alld :I year is perfectly baked,

board of merit. of The Hayner Distilling Company I buldo,1' Orange trees ou amid l'arllOnrown. out of the best flour and'will

ti' y The County Commissioners will The Wilson Cypress Company'snews are of the most modern and improved u) are a few lines we have added to Will ,
N hold their monthly meeting today launch "Margaret," built by style, constructed entirely of brick our Stock :: hold plants for spring delivery In
.and steel aid equipped with the hot condition good and solid flesh and bones.
> Instead l of last Tuesday the regular the New York Launch and tins Engine air system of heating and ventilaImr. A complete assortment of Fishing Tackle, Plain and the New GrIL\levloo.Uowe\ Budded n08", our

day that being the state and county Company, Morrisonlelghta. / N.Y. which keeps the whiskey at a and Fancy! China Crockery and Glassware.The Write for Plum t.f Suppose you give
I > catalogue,
free.
,
(' Ili election. uniform Address
., arrived in port Tuesday afternoon temperature the year round.As bread a trial.
Jan. K. Lane and Is now moored in the bay aresnlt their 7-year-old Is aa fullyleveloped new Pyrography. Or burnt wood The Interlachen
near
rA e7d ; ,one of the best known Nurseries
in the
11-year-old aged
as outfits and wood for use. Mersehaum and BAKERY
LIVINGSTON'STO
Bruit
citizens. of Putnam Hall, and by-1 he- the companys' mills. The boat ispeclally ordinary old-fashioned way, and it's I ,

\,91r, +; way, one of the jolllest of fellows, designed, for the shallow letter, too, for, an uneven temimra WooJ Pipes and Smokers' Article Large- J. H. WYUE.

( transacted business In the city last waters of the Bt. Johns and Ocklawa- ture of extreme heat and cold destroy Hock of Butterick Patterns interlaehen .
0
e't'k" Florida.
a
the quality and flavor.Durlnur ._IIIi"1IIiU.-fI1: ji'1'11" 1&
which -
h" rivers -
Saturday.Mrs. on streams the 'I I -
the entire process of man tincture installed
We have Just an Engraving Machine
te L. logging/ camps. of this company are and: from the time it Is stored and are now Promptly and LADIES.
Raton and
children of !Macon prepared to do all classes and styles of engraving on sllverwnrn cutR, burns, hiseet THE ;
,K f I Oa. were here yesterday, guests irlnclpally situated. The craft Is In barrels In their warehouses, until gold, etc., while you wait. etc "ccumb to bites, old cheer;
orty-elght feet In length, with forty even yen," later' it .Is" bottled and Ocklawat.ha Pn-t
v.t5 $ of Mrs. R. F. Dam
Adams. They are ontheir horse furnished four- hipped 1IAYNtt WHIHKKY: Is We also continue to carry a full line of Stationery, Watches l'IHtrll1l1cy. Oct IB.IrJ I Inter
+ way to Crescent City to spend power motor by a under the watchful. nare of 10 of Uncle Jewelry, Spectacles\ and Eyeglasses Blcyolix and Cycle Sundries My Fall and purclulHeiot +
ylender driving a single
I'nr ,t + the winter. crew. Her speed la something over "Barn's. Government officials. It I Musical' Instruments, Legal. Blanks,Base Ball amt.. Iort. hnlltflohd's pocket M Hillesmlln.&t& MILLINERY are now open,
,
tore
goes direct from their distillery to ing Goods, Cameras and Photo Hupplles. have the .lIllJllt
miles hour."HomeTearsaKOwM best
The 1:1: of
1 private oar of tile Barlow per you, with all its original richness J, reference. for your Inspection. I fenl sum

{ Minstrels, having ou board the e at Murtlnsburg. end flavor, carries a UNITED. Our prices are as low as good business principles will Pllek's' I'lno Tar that In the selection of III I nut*
i tI%{ troupe laid 1 over in Palatka "Sunday" ; Vest Va., I Was taken with cholera STATES: HKQIHTKRKD: : UIHTILL- nevpr falls! !! : Syrup (Improved' ) the
Lt + being en route from "Ht." Augustine to moi-bus, whloh Was followed by dlarhira. '- ER'S GUARANTEE: of PURITY allow A call will convince; you any Lung or Bronclmiel 1.a Pat. Bonnet that t can pleano'
The doctor's medicine di|,| me no and AGE: and saves you the enormous flan Pharmacy roubles. fastidious trade.
,r, Gainesville. goot!. I was advised to get a bottle of profits of the dealers. Read Clasus.: Rowton: Oat 1'-'lm' most t
:J. H. Harp, W. H. Cook and W. ()ftiamberlaln's Colic Cholera and Dlar- the HaynerCo's. offer elsewhere fDthis 217 Lemon Street Private Mrs. E. W. White !
8. Prior, with election returns from rh.pa Buneilv, which I did, and It cured paper. I hviitrui.
4 precincts 1,6 and ft respectively, ar- m" sound and well.-o. A. MOBBIB,' PALATLA. FLORIDA. Mine Sarah Mabry 0 ed rjHnnc;.--I"' .;
F t rived !In the city before day yester- mbreevllla. Pa. For sal* by Acker- (Subscribe for the Newt, one dollar I"ate school at the Ht urge Hotel-, B. .
U -. reasonable, Browning, FmnoU. FI*. JIII'I


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