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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: May 1, 1903
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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THE P ALA TKA NEWS' P i








1 AND ADVERTISER. PALATKA EDITION.


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NEW SEmi] VOL. xi, NO. 18. PALATKA, FLORIDA! FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1\J03.\ *1. Per Year.


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Dluel&nll, Gray Picnic. ijp.it' ::,,''IIWII', ', 'mo iiiu' IiSILIIIiillsilLI'giIrl n "' llIIJi GOINGS ON IN FL.OUIUA.Ponsitcolanuthorltlos """" .

The Man Who HasConfidence The Veteran association of the OUT OF THE $

Blue .and dray held Its adjourned 2 LEGISLATIVE OOSSI P. = have forbidden ;
Sunday: base hall. = ORDINARY.
mooting. the court house on Wednesday L $

evening and decided on Dn- nK!IIIIII""' ,111 II iIIIII, ,'m, imi imi '*i' in"nun inn',uin"i mf" Thu Untied States Court will open fV V '*V / >' .

in Usand Leon Splines( ns the place for holdIng Tim conservative (Senate has refused its term at Key! West next Monday. LATKST' STYLES ROUBKRY,
OK
the annual Ionlc. to stand for any of the numerous The residence of J. F. O' erryo'

The picnic will bo held on Tuesday, divorce law bills which have ICIsslmmee has been destroyed by A Chicago robber held up Fello
1 boon introduced and the Jaw will fire. CuHHtity and took p10.() "Now: my
puts himself in our hands cannot be: otherwise than well dressed Every May 12th, and a train of ample oar 'probably stand us. It is. todny. dear man, yon have been very! kindto
accommodations will leave Palatka Over (22JO)( have been subscribed me this evening said the robber
Suit Hat article of for ; ,
or haberdashery men and boys that we bought for this nt 7KO the start, Senator Khk's bill providing toward a hew board of trade bulldinir "and you must eome and have a
: a m. Returning, F
includes the best of the best makers in the the publication of the acts of thelottlHlaturo in Jacksonville.
season very country Not a worthy will be made from DeLeoa Springsat / In each county of the drink with mI!. It is my treat..
fabric is omitted not detail of fashion The cantauloupe In various Cesnnty declared that he did not I
or
pattern a was oveilooked. 4:110 p. m. state has been advanced to its. third crop care to drink. "lint "
of the state has been retarded you must
We want you to see the extremely beautiful, well-tailored and perfect fitting Round trip tickets will be 7G cents the reading! legislature! lu the senate continues So to long grind as by parts the dry 'Weather.PoollncollL answered. the lone bandit, "I insist

and the half fare 40 upon It. "Now walk In front of me,
ready to wear Suits and Trousers that have selected for this rate cents.
we Our laws
season out by the! furlong this bill olHunntor Is to have a big fertiliser and keep In front. lain a gentleman,

range of prices was never so great as now, and we feel] sure that there i is!l satisfaction A proportionate rate will bit made K{rk's seems wlsn. The plant which Is/ said will be! one of the but I have that big gun I had at
from stations the line. county does como In In
along newspaper" largest" the south your head In my overcoat pocket,
I for every one on that scorer DeLeon ; In Volunla Irmoll with tint poople occasionally and If trick 1 hall
Springs- Bounty The Clyde Line Is building new you come any injure
books
Law and
they rarely ever
on the direct line of the A. C. If left severely lone.see Citizens locks and warehouses. at the foot of you."' Cesanty wits treated "ev-
seen are
eral times and then the robber
wbls-
Line from Palalka, Is one of the have generally learned the 10 Hogan street, Jacksonville. hunt
to "Ism
pornd< now, my
most beautiful spots In Florida commandments, but modern law Is The wife of Col. Jno. A. Hender- kind friend I know just how you

B. KLIi-solbeium & Go's. having. natural plonlo grounds. cumbersome and the.average man don of Tallahassee died! on !Sunday:: after feel about this affair, but you will
A. will know much of It unless
never It a long and serious! Illness. soon get over it."
There Is plenty of shade and green Is siu-uked Into his home after the '

sward. It la an boat, spot for a picnic manner of the patent medicine Rev. King W. Cawthon pastor of A COCICNKV'H' LOVE LT.TTEK. .
HAND WADE: : SUIT'SHannan will Mh"rkswho wise In their thu Bnptlst church at St. Augustine
and all who Join the veterans aro dayand has thrown up his job aud got mar DffirOld Girl : You ask me if I
In their annual outing will havea gonuratlon. They use tho'county rled. loveyer why I've chose you to be
new'Hpnpors.' the future Mrs. Bates. I can't find
joyful day., 'rhe Palatka band has
The prospects are bright for a, big
& Son's Burt & Packard of the words to tell There's
The "University Florida" bill yer. thing
been engaged for the picnic. melon crop at Umatlfla. Growers ,
has (passed! both blanches, of the legislature In my heart which no man ever
and Ralston Health Shoes for Men. Komembnr the date-May 12th. and, when Governor Jennings expect to beghtshlpping the last of spoke., and the bloke what writ the

Make your arrangements to DO.ItnpUl puts his. slgtilttiro to the act, May. dictionary couldn't have met you,
,. Ex-Congressman R. H. M. Davidson that's certain Like moke I
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--------- piestof I thoAgilcnltural College will me can
Underwear Neckwear Shirtsall Potato Orowlnur. disappear University of rlorida of Quincy delivered the memorial talkbestwith me eyes; but If you
Hats, will occupy the campus. To make day oration" at Tallahassee. on want on paper-well, here! goes. y
HASTINGS, FLA., April 26, 1003. thin l university I l a success/ there Is Monday. I love yer because you've got a way

-- new--all of correct styles. Editor PaUtka News:- going; to be money required and Judge Doggett of the Jacksonville with. yer! that Is all yer own; [

Believing' that you will be Interested more money than. our IHglsl..t.orseVlr criminal court has sentenced a like It-tain't ordinary. You don't
dreamed of. The boys and negro; chicken thief to five years In chuck yourself about and shy off,
-- Irish
I send six
you potatoestaken girls of Florida need! good primary the penitentiary.The yer outshines 'em all. You're i
at random from a late plantingon schools more than they need universities. Jacksonville Trades Carnival a inky without the spangles: and

my farm at this place. These. potatoes association has been found. It the limelights When I'm with youI

Co were grown on piney woods Governor Jennings It Is means a street carnival for next fall feel as If there is rich a place as
now
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Fearnside Clothing : / generally 'eavran. ; that 'nman beings Is a oatabove
land, of which the natural sod wasouly conceded, will enter the coming with elephants, peanuts. etc. the animals. Yer'er a lady "'

turned over by the plow for the nice for the United !States:: sona- A. O. Wright;an ex-Juatlce of the Unit's what ver arc and makes. me

first time the latter part of IIIMt Sep- torxhip. Whatever of handicaps he peace and former life Insurance agent wish 1 was a gent. When yer'reabout
entries will amount to but little. of Jacksonville poor but honest, t It's all birds and
Palatka Florida. tember.! This' crop was planted on The limn who Is at nil skeptical wants. to succoed Robert W. Davis blue. sky daisies. Yer're Rlnghllaod a bit of

the Otl of March and this sample concerning" the governor's running congress. walking summer, without the dust.

I II token! from the hill this day, April ability needs. but to gn about the Dr. L. F. Frtnk a prominent cltl- To hear] yer laugh Is us good as spotting
--. ---- ---- -- -- -- --- -I 26. 1\J08\ and Is the product of 40 days state it little to get that doubt out of xen of Lake City died suddenly of a winner, and when yer're sad Ifoil
'Vnmauo his head. There Is not a town or .
Fortnightly Club. heart disease In his ofllce last Saturday as If someone was cutting me
from date of plni.tmg, and grown by hatnlet In the state that has. not its mornlnDr/ Frlnk was a member with knife. What I can'tllt over
Tht regular meeting held at
was use of commercial! fortllizor. There quota of loyal and Influential Jennings of the Lake City council. Is 'ow I've' lived afore I knew yer!

the residence of Mrs. Henry S. Wil Is but one 1
son, corner of Flrststreet. and Madison the banner spot In It. announcement l Is ado as we have ns the result. of a strap with La-, who ain't got yer Life without yet

avenue, Friday, April 2"th."The every reason to believe it will be before layette. Clommons of the same place. Is like. Yarmouth without the sea,
Yours t'uly.HARRY eveiyjong, this Jennings army Clemmons and his brother. who l Is FpnuiTi: without the course, London
meeting was. called to older by the
W. I'OWIEB. will line in Hitch solid phalanx, a,
up hold as accessory. to the crime are witlioiit] the old Kent road
president, Mrs. R. F_ Adams The sample of potatoes sent by Mr. to cairns pomothlng beside a stlll- In jail "bmlth was u prominent Cloud huavenst. I love, yer because

Jr The minutes of the lust meeting Fowler, six In number, are an A 1 po- alarm. in the ranks. of other candi business man of the town. yer are what yer are, and not someother t
dates.It
were read and approved. The blooming female As I said
proposed The big saw mills of Simpson &
tato round and smooth. They are
course by the executive board for looks now very much an If the Co., at Bngdail. together/ with steamers before, there, ain't no words ; the languaira ;.;
not the largest potatoes 8len. but It ain't equal to it. Bo ta-ta me
the next (loveinor of Florida would not barges and IWJ.IHMI acre of fine 1
next was presented to the
year should remembered! that they were have to rent a house or move Into a timber land have been sold to dnlBY 1 London tree Lance, i

club for consld I
"The Bay View reading course" hAt takes UO days In section to huvu done, but that Instead he will Mich. The new firm will start the -
any Morris the who ,
actress has
be a fully furnished Governors -
been In mills
line fora number I given Immediately.
;years !
six :
mature potatoes. The potatoes been 80rlousl time past,
adopted by our eigimt-hundred! clubs at state expense. A II. It!. Flngler and a party of tattering .
received' oiler of
which 1\Ir.\ Fowler sent to this ot1lce bill appiopilatlng! ,'.15OIKI for thispnrpoHu a marriage
the and Is : friends spent Monday at Hastingsin the other It t'
throughout
country weighed! exactly three pounds.Sudth.lenucdy. has been iavorably repol'ted.ur Mr. Flagler's private cat. 'Ihey day. came bymail .'
highly recommended for Its conciseness .... m I his amount it l Is thought .4HJO( the from a North Dakota farmer,
to shipping
will bo required for a lot. $IlIm to came see greu.tpntal.o who had never seen! her and this 1i la
*6 and throughneRS.; 'I'he'course Industiy which now occupies. the I 1
O how 11 read:
!'lihiMGtK put the lot in order, ('i-WMXKi for the
provides not only.the needed literature : "Ingleidile," the country residence house .and fWlIUO( ) for the furnishings.. attention of the growers In this cen- And so I am very sorry for a lady ;
We to all people buying farm but aloo plan and helps for self- of Mr. and Mrs. W. B Gordon, I 11 I; l In not too much to put In a house ter of (potato) culture. to ba so sick-and you have been too '..
say culture and to make clubs. far more for the governor of Florida, who Is. The Afca Chemical Company of quick| to give to other people, the pa-
implements at our store UHeful know where to find the Jacksonville, was the scene of a the( first man socially m the whole Jacksonville has applied! for letters per! say, and most women won't give j
they
; very pretty wedding on Sunday 8tnl!!. patent. 'I'he company l is composedof anybody' anything, and as. my farm .j
best material mid adupt It to club 2ith( when Mr. 1V m.W. CleavellLn( ,'F, '1'. Christie, U pitld] for, and you ain't got no cumbrances ,
morning, April ,
Your Money's WorthOR Representative Webb of St. Johns }K. C. Groover, M. W. btewart.:: Harry if you fuel! like 111l1trhnony-
use.Roll call next In order to Hutledge Smith and Miss Maggie. county and who is a doctor of the K. t Stewart, }h. M. Fitting and Albert' why so do I. I'htSweedlshdescent,
was Kennedy were, united marriage; by tilopathlu school of practice him Drysdnle. !twill make patent med steellrtLY eyes and gold color hair. J

Back. which over thirty members responded Rev. A. D Slrdifleld, pastor of Grace bout turned down In Ills etforts to Iclll..... I weighs' IM) pounds, and I guess you

Your Money : ; a number giving appropilatenjiotatlonH. Methodist Episcopal church of South puss it bill crcntlug a monopoly In John W Wldemaii, principal the could stand the cllmnte.
The musical. programfor the practice of physic In Flo'Ida for Gainesville graded and high school Plums. write soon for when seed In'
Jack onvll1e. Miss Kennedy Is one his school. It is. well. Tin Webb
the afternoon then has been arrested upon a warrant tlmawts I around I oan't leave the
We sell all the standard makes and was presented of Tavares' fair daughters, and does bill provided for a "state board of sworn out by Mrs W. Lee Smith: fai II). 1 hope this. meets your views, J
presided over by Mrs Wilson She medical nxumlnois, (consisting/ cruelly becxtitie you're kind hearted which
our prices are below ordinary. honor to her native city. worea who charges that the professor -
Interesting sketches were rend of with seven l practicing physicians of ability beat her 11-year-old son with an most women ain't. ,
of white organdie a
the gown who shall be giuduates In good 'bruises the lade Respectfully! rood laxly.A. 1
composer Jensen a Swiss by oak stick leaving on (
COMPANY diamond ornament. The house wan standing of some medical college R. G.
HARDWARE waived examination
KENNERLY Miss body The professor -
Lleb Julius Schulhotf, an Austrian -
,beautifully decorated the color rnoognUod the American Medical In the lower court and hits Miss/ Morris has declined to accept
.
by Mrs. Wilson, Wolfgang Mozart scheme of white and green lu the Association." This board was to examine beeuI placed on $100 bond for his. appearance the proposal, one reason being' be- j
Palatka Florida. Gorman Miss. and Issue! certificates entitling Is. the wife F. .
a by Itosenburg. successfully carried out. before the grand jury. 0"1181t she already of C.
Music study abroad, by Miss Mel'rl- parlor being physicians. to practlcu. It would Harriott of New Vork. In the mean-
Clarence B. Collins ex-state trellaIlrer
The couple received many pretty have been a good thing for the alo- : time '
arrangements are progressing
day being an Interesting selection of "Florida died at his home illUunedtn
------- ----- and useful presentsMr. patlite doctors but a little hard on I for her benefit at the Broadway r1
------ ----- from the letters of Fay written the Christian. scientists last Sunday evening of consumption
Amy the homeopaths, -, theater. The actress has been lu
Smith Is man
popular
a young Illness of
Art: 1n.gtOJ:1. :DEZotel: while lu Germany during her six the divine! healers, the mental after an some financial etraltp.ODHtWOMRN "t
:New: : ,
: of this city, where he grew to man cuiersnnd the public generally who time. Mr. Collins came Into prominence -

LEMON ST. PAL.ATKA. 'L.A.. years study under Call Tanstng, hood A few months ago he went to have Inalienable rights to select their through his connection with : AKTIIMCIAk .
Kulbak Lls/ts. and Fraulln the Farmer's Allianco\ when that body
: Deppe school of quackery so 1
Jacksonville where he has a lucrative own particular "American schools lack In thoroughness -
Poet CooTeulont lo Onion Depot. Bight In hopping iHmrlcL of reformers was at Its height a dozen
Two Blookn from Boot Lending Trlum, giving letters, personal Incidents with the Cudahy PackIng long as they pay their own money and concentration. The educational -
Uu bun thoroughly Jeaonled. X..l, Clew end Hom.llk.. Hot and Cold Bathe. of their different styles of Instruction position will for the Indulgence The state l Is years. ago. He was of that a grand lecturer He- fitness of the teachers I Is .(!j.questionlLblo. j.
Comany. The young people hardly ripe for the creation of a and organizer or er. .
Free Sample Room. BaM W,M and H.60 pr Day and peculiarities, which make Jacksonville their home. The medical monopoly, or trust. alto wrote considerable of what he "American club women .are super 1

Teli>ption.
__ __ _________ grain consisted of the following selections "Lo-..ducatlon Is a disturbing ele-
n n ---- --- -- / follow them. a "general" not by reason of war He was twice elected state treasurerbut '
and needless to say they ....... service but by common\ consent and retired during his second term mel1 ." l
High School Commencement.Fry' wore all finely rendered: I Married. In approval of his ranking ability asa under a cloud which has. envelopedall Those are the opinions/ of Miss Ce-

"name cock." 'I'he general Is a his life since. He was n genial, court Mllow Hweudlsh educator and
opera house presented an 1. Piano Duo.-Urldal Music-Jonsen. : who has been In the United
Mr. T. H. Livingston and Mrs. fighter and he doesn't hesitate to engage loveable man, and Ills death will be writer,
animated scene last Friday. eveningin .-Miss Llob, Mrs. Wilson. Sarah A. Baker of this city were : in a war of words with any regretted by a large circle of friends. Stakes since October studying educational
2. Vocal Solos (a"Llttle) Boy Blue"Nevin 'I methods and meeting
member
class of United
of the from
honor graduating breathing thing, a
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married at the residence of the brideon --.e.r.-
b-Ah Tin aDreamLasHen.
; ( ) / of the woman's organizations
States Senator or Judge to a catamount. Fellows.
the Putnam High school. The attendance Grand Lodge Odd
Mlus Crlll. at o'clock.
Wednesday' evening This is the general's second "I believe in women as wives and
was large completely fill- 8. Piano Solo-Andante Etude The ceremony was performed by experience! in the Senate. He served Editor PALATKA Nnwa mothers. To be a faithful wife and ?

ing the hall. The decorations were Sohulhotf.' -Mrs. Selden. Itev. N. J. Tilghman In the presenceof his county In the upper house in We had the pleasure of visiting the a good mother Is a far grander vocation 1
beautiful, the flowers! being mostly 4. Vocal Solo- Sweet Soul of Song relatives of I IHHtt. bluce that time he has made .a 1 grand lodge ofthe I. O. O. F. at Key than to be a lawyer a professoror
Immediate
Good Night.-Colby-Mrs. L. A. only the fortune or two and lost them both. West In annual session, April 21st a popular club woman. A woman
pink and white;the class color. !Smith.. the bride and groom. Ho In a plunger and he has nerve. and 22d. with heart hands and brain in a great. i

The essay and oration of the graduates 0. Piano Trio-Overture Don Olovanul. Mr. Livingston came to Palatka Lnstweek he Introduced a Joint resolution During the past year there had country like America. ought to find

were well rendered and gave .- Mozart.- Mrs. Selden, last summer from Miami and Is en- in the senate calling upon been UO per cent. Increase of membership her usefulness as a woman, not as a
of and in their Mrs. Wilson Miss. Hosenberg.: and Business of great Interest female scholar. America Is to be
care to Investigate
evidence thought impeach
6. Vocal Soloiorebod1ng.ChamIonMiss gaged in the bakery business on Judge congress/ Charles Swayne United Occupied the attention the grand pitied If in the future it places the

/ preparation. The audience expressed Dunn. Lemon! St. Mrs. Baker formerly resided !States District Judire of the northern lodge and It was thought this season professional woman higher than the
approval of both, and all seemed 7. Reading.-Music Abroad.-MissMerrvilay. at BI..oo.ln. this county. :: district of Florida. Bailey would be the best for the good of the loving, willing;, self-forgetting wo-
the achievements order It had ever experienced.! The men] and mother"
to feel pride In --- --- -- charges this judge with being "not
to of the authors. Sketch of Felix MendeUshon, Mrs 1 :Nuisance. only but that ho is ignorant brethren at Key West again provedto
corrupt
get a good thing 1 Selden. Eiifflltili Sparrow anti and that his Judicial the world their capacity for entertaining UNCI* 'LII4HA ON HACK SUIOIDH-

The following program of exercises 8. Piano Duo.-Midsummer NightIreainMendelsshonMrs. : The attention of the News has. been opinions Incompetent do not command the their guests The grand reception "Whut de president says 'bout da

Is to grasp it when was carried outlInvocation Sel called by a leading citizen of the city respect and confidence of the people and welcome they! gave their lack o' chlllmi in dlt lan' Is. sho' tru,"
den and Mr Wilson. further that the administration visitors will never be forgotten by said] Uncle Ltsha. "but It's too sweep-
Rev. N. H. Williams.Instrumental to the threatened expulsion of songbirds ;
De whut little hegel
you have a chance. With remarks the of the united States Bankrupt those present.A In. po' man gets
duet Mrs. Selden appropriate president and other native birds. from Act in the Court of said grand parade of 1.000 members of out o' de worl' frum havin' a

Don't waitdelaysbreed and Miss Estan Rosenburg. cloned this. our fourth and last Palatka by the Invasion of the English Charles oy: Swayne and by his appointed the various fraternal orders In the whule pack o' chlldun tuh pester
musicale of the A rising In honor of the wid dem an' licks dem
occasion
Oration, The West, Judge Vertrees season. sparrow.It referee has resulted In every Instance city was given an pats
vote of thanks was given the musical Is well known that wherever this In the waste of the assets of 400 carrying wands. with electric when icy need it, and dey grow up
remorse. Walton. bv being absorbed lights; attached. The Cuban brethren 'to.lie, knows an' teks keer o' him
committee for their efficient and the alleged bankrupt
untiring -
Vocal solo Miss Crlll. English sparrow Is permitted live In costs., expenses gave a grand ball at La Breeaa when he gets: old art' not able tub do
There's no doubt of Essay Beatrice Helen Itythe- work In affording so much enjoyment he soon succeeds drlvlngout every and allowances unnecessary, to the great a brilliant gathering of youth and fob tils-self. Dey do foil him when r

wood Fearnslde.. and Instruction to the club other bird. That would mean a great and luJury of creditors and beauty. he_ old 'cuz he did fob dem when
H. wrong .
Hon.
Presentation of diplomas, member; We feel that much has other FIoi'Ida others until such administration. Is. The social evening given by the dey: wu. young." "
satisfaction J. Hllburn chairman of the Board loss to Palatka or any .
quality or / and a members of the Rebekah degree will ''De chlldun o' moe' rich folks israise'
been added to our lives by these enjoyable In effect legalized robbery
of Public Instruction. town where we have the mockingbird stench In the nostrils of all good peapie. ever be a !green spot' In the memory '/ in Idleness an' pompered ronn'loue. -

--we guaranteeboth Vocal solo. Miss Dunn. ;! meetings and with regrets we the red bird, the robin and many ," It l is more than likely that the of the visiting brethren. BrothersT. Dey don novah get a chant
Annual address, Charles; A. Mo- part with inch delightful company. other beautiful bird. of song and general Is right: but it needed. just V. Hunks, 10.. Locke, C. B. Rlne- tuh have de night draws put on dent
Murry, Pb. D. CLUB REPORTER.Confederate such a man us Bailey to start the hart, T. W. Ralph, and E. B. Van by their mother, burt dev Is wropped f
in the goodswe In pre"entlng'tho diplomas Hon. bright plumage. tlgh t. Demon with many warm and frater- up In one o' dese fancy gowns by
-e. The English sparrow la here. He nal expressions. thanked the brethren come. onery servant an' tol' tuh shut
8. J. U lib urn spoknat some length lleniilon. legislature Is doing some. lupt-! had man'11' I
Is multiplying fast. But he doesn't for the hospitality they given up else de buggo get dem. *
carry. upon the good condition of the froe, educational. matters.! "I<'reo had de raise Ask {
the town It has been 1(1Inilin them and the love they manifested dab way tuh. a chile? I Iyohseif
schools of the county, and complimented Ao exoollont opportunity Is afforded to 1, own yet. suggested Text Hooks," "Uniformity of Text to one and all. 1* it? And ynh don' need
e Professor limes and his visit New Orleans and enjoy the Confederate that the city council take up Hooka" and kindred propositions are A number of the brethren took advantage lull have any chlldun tuh spell out
veterans reunion at moderatecost the matter of their extermination. being discussed. It Is a lamentablefact of a cheap rate to Cuba and what de ansuh Is. Des think back
corps of assistant upon the high The Atlantto Count Line will sell Judge Vertrees thinks that one or that thorn Is. more of "boodllng", others returned home by way of Tampa tub de time when you wua a chile

City Shoe Store standard maintained' In the city round trip tickets to New Orleans for two good men could be employed to goingon In this country with officials and Miami, feeling that the Key an' day ain't no mo' tuh be said. De
school. Confederate veterans reunion. May 16th.tr having charge of educational Weat brethren had entertained them woman dat slot nevub had a baby
," > 2Ut, IneluMve-with return limit Mar shoot them and that these men after matters than, in any other branch of right royally. don't know how much happiness de
The annual address by Dr. ()has :84th. An extension ot return limit may tracking them to their haunts could government Text book publishers The following: were elected to fill worl' hoi', an' If It'* her fault dab

A. M. Mclvir, Proprietor. A. McMurry, of the chair of pedagogy be secured by dnposlt of ticket by original kill them off In a few evenings.One are at a rule a conscienceless gang: the principal chairs during the coming lb. alnt had one .he' pine tuh go ;;

In the DeKalb, (till) normal puronaeor With special agent Theater thing is certain whatever... who do not hesitate at bribery to secure ;year: up tub de jedgmentseat an' fln' dat
Receiver the defunct
Norvell of deliverance Arcadtf, not earlier than May 16th. for certain products of their I. B. Conrad. Grand Muster.Thos. : de iln'll set heavy an' look: monstuabl
First National Bank In Jacksonville school, was a scholarly and upon payment of fe of BO cents at done must be done qiUokly In order press olllclal endorsement and recognition. W. Ralph, Deputy Orand AO k."-St. Lon ho ltlobe-1>emoorat..
; has announced to the creditor. Interspersed with enough of wltlolsm time of deposit anal limit thereby ob- to be effective. If the legislature" could frame Master. ... .

that he has. funds with which to paya and anecdote to make It Interestingto talnml to Juno 18th 1903. The Atlantic rea- au educational law governing textbooks A. O. Benkley Grand Warden. Senator CrlU'a bill establishing a

2U"tf! percent dividend, and that he a non-professional audience. All Gist" Line will spare no pain. to hand e Mrs. F. A. Slooum slater of Mrs.\ that would remove possibility M.Cushman, Grand Secretary. geological survey for the itat of
believes that by May 15th h. will aoheduloi from their purchase Florida and provide for the appointment -
visitor In good ahapa Quick of the "graft" G. L. Brannlng., Grand Treasurer.
have enough to make the dividend who beard the doctor will} be pleased convenient aervloo. See ticket agent Henry B. Wilson, who, with her little the public would be satisfied with R. MoClellan and T. V. Hunks of a state geologist aud to.

% par cent It itrlken us that de to know that he ba consented to ... ,eo.. ion Jack, bas been spending the the adoption of almost any' standard Trustees of National Home and pan a"fine hi* duties; also to' provide for t

po.isrs-ought to D. very grateful lure at 8(. J.m..H.E. church on I.c-I Keep polled on county affair bytaklnr winter here, left tot bee born In works which gave promise of "stayIpg lurlum, Gainesville. tbs malntalnano of the survey has *"
to get back .u ona-qaart of their time. the senate T H ot >iii to f'
money, Uth lait. ; the Newi- the Tear Brooklyn, N.Y.last. Mond.,. adoptid" any rvaaoaabl V H. T ,jpaaaad by a "T''f

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t BOTH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS
: THE PALATKA NEWSAND feels an indescribable. yearning, longing and hearing ?'% % % %- % %-'%'%'%'''%'%-* "When They

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to plunge his adventurous prow once more into cmirniiiiT. UAVIM w 1 1 AUK,

ADVERTISER. the unvexed waters of the sea of connubiality. $ Pleasant Fields(! of Holy r. Writ # Met AgaintOrlfflnal ACKERMAN '& STEWART

"For comforting as the velvety touch of an iugel's \- Rnvo fur air dully I ranV. ,
Entnrod at the TaUtka }'I... poBtofllce as mailable A AmnnKtlinnluniuuil Holds fir 1 llnh Writ <)
matter of the socund-olaee.0l ? palm on the fover-racked brow and soothing J 1 might' doNjialr, "Immjsnn.' J .]

_ I a as the strains of an (toolinn harp when swept by the I Tin InlenlillDnsI' Sunilny School L....'.. jj "This IR n bail iilght sold Antonio Wholesale and Retail Druggists )

This paper la strictly Democratic In polities for the reason Unwind, Qunrtur. I....NHOII V. Aetnxxl' ,. 5J Cares us ho listened to tho rain falling
that It believes such politics represent the cause of the great fingers of the night wind, and dear as the ruddy I UO.Sll, Mil)' 3, 11HI I. -) In torrents oil his roof nml buttoned
common people. It will not bow down to or fawn, upon those drops which visit these sad hearts of and t hhnBeltfl'om
ours, as
k political demagogues within the party who for snltluh ends o1"'!h tUVVVr11N 61.0 0'a1 w bin coat about him to protect

oek to lower the mass to their own bneo level. The Democracy sweet as sacramental wine to dying lips, it is, whenlife's PAUL A InHR'I'I: 11. time cold wind that forced Its way JUST RECEIVEDLA1t0E Fresh Garden Seed ln'"PIIII,

Is In power lu this state and BOunty and the News must fitful fever is ebbing to its close, to ]>illowone's through the loose windows LOT LANDRETH' .
bollove that grave responsibilities accompany that power, to Htrniire| I ale I I flit I rtpitanlxof history, I "VCH," replied Ills wife, throwlnJtmOI'e Send In your orders.OOTJCKH .. 1'la.th'l.'
:' pnrpotunte which there must bn an economical and businesslike aching head on some fond wifely bosom and Afm'lonsIab-nIirick lu": with nnH coveting over her sleeping babe.
administration of affairs' well governmental "r. sropptnif I'IUB. gllll..hlllg i ( tenth, : CURE:
I public us as a breathe his life out gently there. "I should. dread to be out In such a JNDU:
nvnlitnclia of
and llkomi '
fI reaching out for the higher Ideals whenever moral principles rushing
Guaranteed
bottle.
95 cents by
are Involved la legislation If this man does not have his divorce granted lentil upon one whose fiieo slimes' < nliflit. per
hike Hint ol'UlIlIlIlIIII! As lliu uurdar- "It will go bard with the revolutionist STEWART.DRUGGISTS
there is either virtue ACKERMAN .
in the
yt Published at Falatkn. Fla., on Fridays, byRUSSELL no English; language or HI* run (ii icy IOHS tliulr !pirnunls. I hopo this winter will frees e -

& VICKERS: no bowel of mercy in earthly tribunals.ItEUISTEHI4D (lit the fnol, oT ft yoiniK! mail: '\\ ho cols tliain out entirely." -

i e E5=.S5S53;;; ; nt ofllclal/ 'vii 1 1'n CHS. Twenty ynim; "If It doesn't we will go back to SOUTHERN
have juiHHed. Hurl. the mime HCHIHI'' I 1M nILWA. J JEFFEOT
lu Urn spilng. .
WM. A. BUBBBLL EDITOR.: Bpnln
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: AT J..AST. I IruiiBpli In on the Hiniiu/ Kjol.| Only There was n quick rap at the door.

A deaf and dumb man sought; refuge at the police In very the mini\ pilot who of Ins:opium cnll"rlill.d sfiiulH( lo il.c Mi* Gates sprang up and opened( It. There .,J. 14. 118. -

MU. VANDintlHLT "UIINTLEMAN.: station in a western city recently. lIe was out of I ill-Hill., NOW It I Is 1'llHl himself who stood woman, with the dark eyes, raven N.B No 33. 10 U' Jlo'w.ol 1 .klnvlo an" low y..1 ,0 I 9'' Y?,d1

And\ Mr. Vanderbilt of the IH. Ihu brunt lh.. hair and olive complexion of a ; .. "IN.
now cornea Reginald bearing I I of timidly --n L" Jsukwnvllle yin loul.r. I, Ar ,
work and homeless and the station offered, i" I h m I
police uvuhincho. Cuban, beating/ In her nrins a little 18 / P pilot a L" JoeuW U. .Lhorn I) Ar 1m f 11 St I
after -
"Gentleman" .
writes .
house of Vanderbilt and
O. .B olhern
MoL" Ara 10 n In'
U a P ig I. JO
Hnvnnnlh
the only refuge. He registered on the blotter Paul had como to .TiTiimilum to, child GIIICZ drew blink o : a 085 pen p Ar O"luml'',", M 0 .....Snu.hern I. v 1.n n 7 r '"n ""iI I p
this name. L. Smith Heaven." make pence If iionHllili9. between' "I am Senoin' Garnet," said the wo- 11 1 .I. a.. B I rs I' Ar ., NO... .... H.b.rn I, ; 91 4 b'., n 1"x I III iNoe.
"Henry Jewish lain| (iimliln riiclloim. III theChiIeilnnchurch. sake, me shelter P 8 4. Cp. Ar O.en.l.o. N C 1.'h.rn' L" I' 3 'a
Miss 'or lieiivun's give a\
married Kathleen
You gee, Mr. Vanderbilt It was a peculiar way to register. It is stated] Hit had come III miiii., at least for the night The Spanish ,U p a 6 E7 s lr 1novlo, V. .. I.t.oro ) Lv I IJ -.p 13. _"nl, n

NeiUon of the house of Neilson, Newport, this spite i>r uurnlriKM, dart( II would cost! bouse and ; e a III.bloo '
that the man was well dressed, evidently highly educated him his and life' llr, hid Holdlem have burned our Gj I lr S p

month. In filling the blank application for a mar and manifested a cheerful and gracious spirit. bang quoted( liberty. I IIH hoHlllx, In I the Inv. taken my biisbnnd to Jiill. eI s a ,. .lr r.nobbur\\ ,. ...lmUhorn I;J.v Lv 83 I ,;ii p a

riage license in Rhode Island it i is necessary to go I lie I \plopuHcd I to show film) fitlxo l by '"I know you well, senorn. You are 6 5 10 P P 4lie 7 4t a s Oh.rl.vl' d V. ..Southern I Lv 1161 U I I 1'1", in n
\.bl''o. I I'
The desk he in t I ) nOl
sergeant says was very courteous Cuban revolution- n 'p
hiuiHi nbHervhifr at Jiuimiili-in I the 0110 of the low rich P a n Md .1' /Lv

into tho family history of the contracting parties. demeanor and exceedingly kind. Was he sane? fonstl'enleeostl( ) which uutnm.'Inu- IIMI><. Yon have lived Iut/ gront house 11 ll, .a I 1'" P I 100 nA Mew Phltadelphla.Vera'N p".... ..............,. R'P..I.R Lv Lv U a 6.10 1 a n 1.8. "I"J' :,0, 4 p
p .
it In the required blank space Mr. Vanderbilt stated rated. the giving; 01'l thu tuhlcM ural : lu tho midst of your sugar/ plnn atlon. pI' L _II i x 4
Did he believe it is written "Your _
as citizenship
,
>. Jintiulil( ,,tile rennin
of <>lIO join Now have no homo over your Load
of his
that the occupation father was that a capitalist i is in Heaven," or was hIt a crank? No matter. If Nli/.nrlti'H, mid help Ihi'iii fill,111 I In.lrvow. i gad ask you! shelter under the lowly roof of .91 and U. Tne Southern Palm observation Limited." Solid reallnnlii, ,(Irnlii of I'nllinan .rawii,
ulubanmptetle and.lning holwotn Jarka" !
nvlllr
.,
"GenHuman. r..m.ctlnr'm..t
and his Uu uoikld
own, t give> evilsHiirulll/ 'In the raID Jtfomlays. Leaves dully except ,
Go
oioept
his head was addled his heart was sound. a loyal/ Spaniard. OIl No. ..rrlv. d.I MII"a
Miss Neilson cant' evlddion I of I Ihis fileuilly!I Hplili ...,. "New York and Florida, Bxprosa... Pullman ..
Incidentally, it may be stated that i ; : I:: ; : till find one of your own kind to No. SI 84. drowl"l room .I""I'"I
The man bunked at the station several nights, lf the I Ueill.lll'I I toward I I I III' Jew ill, you illnlug oar between J .cksonvllluand New York, uoaeboii but u'. ,i ,, I In"i| .
"
declared that her father's occupation was that of a I heir I 1"IWI'OIl' donation lot llu i 1"lI..r '- I take ;you lu. And he shut the door lu Inqion. Un/l".
hunting in the day time fur work, which he failed uf their 1 hoi face. Nos2 anil 90. "Washington and Florida L'mlod.' Pullman tlrawlnx ronnt H"'I.IIW| ,'IN
poor. .
"Gentleman. between Jacksonville uml' New York Uoai Jacksonville Wii'
find. He '1'InJews of' Asia had often honril With moan the woman turned all | Ululey
a
to was glad to perform any service how can Columbia' sad Waabluiftou Kally
..e. ___ .__.
Noting doubtless the incongruity of giving"Lady" Paul M 111 i'ui that the muddle wnll of away. A dim light shone fur away; ------- -
menial for the
her occupation Miss Neilson left ever sergeant. p-irrltlon: must ho broken dux'n' and she made toward It, the ruin beat- No I THaU H THE LAND UF THE H1CV. Nc

as own Deaf and dumb but great souled. Not deaf to They took him to literally 1,10'1111 the lug down on her already drenched garments L" ""....... ..... IROkllvl.. 11. .southern lip -,tr 3. i
that space blank, as do many others who have no will I that 'Hopiuntful between I tinuonrt I her the I. Lv ... Hn"'hor"' ,
to .
wind .. Ar'
flee chilling .H..lh.
the harmonies of life nor dumb in allegiance to the .. .... .. 1 In.
(ii', I Ilio lltiitllBK I and I the Inner' Ar "...,."."..... .Uulumen'u ." ..sm ibrrn le L' "0.
It be taken for granted therefore child close to ber .
tbe .
Holding
occupation. bone. .
.
may rM '
country whose Mak\ lr and Builder is God ; but deaf court the pnvpinent which poohl. to protect It from' the storm she floundered 7e1 p p :r.:::::.::: :: ::::':::.::. Hnxprings i .O j.::: tluuthoru t..L: I Ito.eetp
that Mr. Vanderbilt desired to lay especial to earth's discords dumb of he pressed, by Hebrew. fu I 11101.. ho Con,' P .r.. .... ." .. Kn"ul,' 'room . I..i,
his designation. Oho I to speak ill any-a /finding Paul within tinpiillsatli' I IhtyHpraiiK on till she at last reached a but s 10. lr ....'. ... .. ...0100100.. Uhlu... .Qne u 1 O.ontL' 'INo. p a
stress
upon the window of which came the
Heavenly guest in humanity's garb. to the concliislon! that he- WI WI through

And upon what grounds does Mr. Reginald 1 Vanderbilt Two weeks Smith started to walk the I Ilion. mid there engaged In brenllh.fr, Unlit of a candle/ and fell exhausted .. ''and 80-.Pu11m.n drawing rom and begot .Ioolnl oar b.t.oon Jnlo"Ill. .

claim to "the good told name of gentleman ago railway It down by I the intiodiictlun or the against the door. In another moment Chlu1noalh_ -' ;
lay J -
track to his home in Cedar Bluffs, Nebraska. lIe iinuhciimclsecl within It. The ?i'.' n iiiiiu lifted her and her child Into the No 0No 13 ibiween Jacksonville a; time Nurb and W. ': t, ore
?" his social position? Not in this day.] hi. mined, "Men of Ilnel, help'' '" 1
Upon struck train and killed. but. Ills hair and beard were white, ; ; . ,
was by a .. Jmmekeonv/IIe/ ,VIeA ou.hor"l" I-
As If Ibis( lnntr'iislvi'\ thoughtful .gj.L" A
Nor in this country. In the old days in England; it < but he hud the erect bearing of one I ... ..Joe11W Ua ...._. ... 10..0.imp.,., a ho
.I" P
\\.el1-The human torch in Nerd's gardens, man, making not I lhn slightest reMlxtiinco who bad been soldier. Sl P 80. l... .. MR.anUa ..... .....,. .,... Lv n lxn
have nerved. A gentleman in those clays was ready to submit to arrest and a .. AtmaOu.,Oa.- uhuru fly :. ior'
might
Paul's headless \body on the road to Ostia, Savona nil the forms of civil proxeciillon Tor heaven's sake senora" said : 26 7 :: : '::.:.. .': rt0me, ma, .:.:: :: ..:.Ieuthani 1y.::: :: t a 1j:10':
midway between the nobility and the yeomanry. "what do r .". .. .... .. L" 7 I i .p
rola by way of the stake-thera is no special route If ho was Homo wild boast' Home the man In broken Spanish, IU nl ..1.IW..U. Tenn lu'h.roll.( .
Upon his millions? Millionaires; are not distinguished frightful; monace to the peace and you out on such a night Ig 4t 5 H : : :: .:::: Luxligl"U::: efy .. :.:: Qoeou:: a Cen.cont; t iii u-p:4)) 1: ,Ii ba4 a p

beyond other people as gentlemen. Upon for homesick souls to take. sut el y, to be extH'inimilt'd us quickly "l inn then Ife of Seuur Garnet The TOO. 7 8 p. Uluolmial, 'h'o' IOO.I c..O I v u, ''I' p

Henry L. Smith will be at home in Heaven. 118 1)I) IIIl>le. Spanish soldiers have burned our house C" Lv ., .. Olool.nll.Ollo aim Four aanlo., A. e, e I. P
i his birth? Father or grandfather or great grand- No sooner had Paul hero tosned ij ... ,
Here he tired hunting for work there he mid taken my husband to jail. 6yo P .".0110'1.11 .. .1)15' gnu( Numiie. ;1" J' pyn
grew ; out of the Inner court than the 1(1'0111hl'lI..elljCHt..II -- -
,
He need back few generations to "Garnet said the man. "I served ,. t' -
father? only n / .
go; .Clnolnnatl Uh10 Pmu1. m
"shall work for mi age at a sitting and never grow l ( shut with iv mvpiiReliiloiling ;; under n Mujor Garnet In the States. a m p 7 80 n: ':, :: chleago, nil :: :::C': Ceua::: ,; ,':::.::: t 610 I p; le it.p
run into a bluff Dutch ferryman. behind blip-puhnpH to 1'1'VI'It. ''- .
tired at all." So:: far as known he did not crush his (liullnfr mi asylum there otto \Vo were COlltml<'rDte But be would j-- ; L" .....,,.Cnolln.LI, Uhlo ". .C. HaD-Mimn .\r I a dmp
Gentlemen in this country are gentlemen on their with clumsy font the flowers of human kindness nor Inlliimo the populace Hllll mom by be now too old to be ;your husband." 73 sAr .. ,Cbl".I.. ...: ....O.H..n1unol LV""I.IVWD

merits. Hiirnlfylnfr Hint tutu Ijoxitos cou"ldeied '- "My husband/ Is much older than/ 1. '' pLv n. clnalmnell' Ohio' ....... ... .Hi b-xlehrOnt Ar ,;,
Halifax Gentleman that thrust unholy hands into the heart strings of a the temple polluted, and would 1 Ho was lu the Confederate' army and 331 pOle .Ar .,..Tolod.OIO,l .. ".c... "v vip i
Remember "John until It hind T" aAt. .. .. C :" Lv Wit" I plump
not the iiKnln 1.,1. Hi" ,
friend. Deaf and dumb, but one of God's gentlemen. open Rated came hero when the southern people .

wholesome story by Miss Mnlluch\ ? It is the storyof I been" purpled However that' imiv gave up the unequal contest. a ao PL".. ... Cnalll.IOhIO .. .. ..Penn' I.Iper' ." A Ia ;wp
.
be, no mote Hlitnilleant elicuinstRiice ado p . .: .. 9iay' rue
whatI
to lr
without birth welcome .ll"ulrlI'
how a ragged; tannery boy, position, ; "Yim are senora _
it' ba uonoolvod. Those cloning
; It is a plebian name-Henry L. Smith:: -but can have, but It Is not much. I was with I'' PLv CSmminatlUhlo ... .. fir A.. I. .
MiO. 'Opr.
lends the title of of the' FOlr. .
won gentleman by stilkinif figure ,
are n.
irate
5' or ) I
money .
s ,.. w "
\ Ohio .hug I Lv ,la p75p
may be illustrious in celestial I regions. For he has I Hebrew hen rt c'loKlnu; ait'iliiHt' Its lahl' jour husband through many a campaign Oov.l.od .( }
virtue of honest effort, high principles, kindness ) and sealing its doom. and loved and admired him for yto pLv .Lexington .NoUmsrn 14).x I", o I lap
nt his home hotel. prophet [ : '
registered finally : ; i ;
and Ha did not inherit he his unit tninult A a brave man./ "" 19 85 S 16 V At .I.uulevllhe: : .. :eutllern I lit' v m $S p
won patentof Uproar prevnll.
courtesy. S.9= 3=i wild uncontiollable, universal I ex- 'rho old man helped her to a rude 7' I Ar ,., H. Louis. 1. "./. .. Southern .),... "" '01/1'' -'Uh o.I .

nobility. GOV. JENNINGS' FINANCIAL SHOWING.: clteliH'llt In llfo. Tho Jews are In HIHiiloim IOUIIKO before tho fire, heated some 1-, B" P L .. l.exingmn, 6y . Sauthrra JI)..." A .
.. .
i. Really, Mr.!\ Vanderbilt] you must go and pet; a lint few men In the every day. walks of lire will take' ( loge for their temple. The II'IUOI''hl"'l he Induced ber to drink, : 7 s V Ar .:: :, ehlcagn,111 Loulsvpl.1: "7. : .::.Proem. lines" ,... r.l. I s 7 l.:; i '

reputation.Were the trouble to read the message of a governor. These mo Ktrleken/.enlot with whose it tear head thai' and wanned some uillk for her child. I N.. 8 :-01101.0'1. F'orl.I"Sp.alnl"' 8.lId vwObnta Lrnl.l bdwunu" J''k.. ;
:
tho .
state papers are usually long, filled with dry atntistles Egyptian on n Then ho went out to a neighboring and Clnaiim exa.Ls Mondnysm. .....Audi exropt H..II., ,, Th nnl"gh,PnU.I .
the American people inclined to write "gentleman" price MI 111' leHln IIIIH insole hU Tin
nppentHncn. men ilrawlnij r.Mttn BltM'plntf lug Koiiri Ui Piuaburir via l' niiMylvaiiiu' !Inns,
and there Is nothing to encourau the reader to believe j Excitement unlverHal? No house and Inotiiilit back dry clothing, I library obHurviitiun I oar lo iilnvllle. First oliiiH tlionrUHlirnrooi: >i.4 li tn > li;:tttJimioirn Dlnlni: : ,
after any name of Vanderbilt it would select -!' that the story will end lu an elopement other romance. one heuit Is calm, and hint I the I liftirl after which heft\ her for the night. ,ear. tocluolniintl. Alao Tue.tlny' Tburwlay amid, SuuirU,,, ar to
l> trull
tho name of that sturdy scion who has come up It Is always a business and simple. of the man who IH in moAt danger of Sennin" Unmet "Bpenf months In the t NUB IH Bo,1 t H.-"Tb Fluids Limtted.I iolld vottihulu train Pullmuti ilrAtvhii., i I i..p.
I' paper pure all. Out of Limo very Jaws of defeat abode of Antolno Cavlllnc a Louisiana Sag oar, ors class tiiorouKhfuru rouaheaand dil''lux cnrslwtweon.utals '.,IK i., aln.
through the grimoof the railroad shops and has Oov. Jennings' recent message was no exception to (he Paul seizes nil oppoitunity to pleachhlri Creole who hnd drifted to Cuba where ui tin ail TlirouKh Pullman rawing. room,.Mleuulttg cars 10 Ohio" itfiKVln, <11 I) M n. ft its,
Lino Dali ,
*
i made the name stand for something save money. rule. The governor has often been referred to as "our gospel. How strangely] significant ho hnd been employed In a tobacco L"Cbl""f vl.lll.ylv.ol. .

;;! business governor." His message evidences the fact/ bin 1'1111'111-11. Blllh'clIsl'-mld-( house. The old man was happy; In min N. I No_IJ_ aetwaen I.ko.vl.and Hnueu. Vlt., ._ S U I No rsS _

SOl\lE KNOCKS THAT WERE WRONG. that the sobriquet was not unmerited. All business men ton v betueeu Hebrew Like templo inedliitoi l inulItouiun ,l' IsIt''i ht R to her. trot nfort. urlng the nil e lO pi,, .....SL A"gn'tlne, Fit.. . l aUity \r I"" i-] J elp
tower. it ho food IIlIdoll..r a 7" pl. ... Fla.. ,,... a C alp
busy\ securing
A New York yellow journal but recently made a are not successes. The !great majority statistics fro to I'aul HtaiuU there laylny; hand upon day was. 11 101a p L" ." JlckBnvlo. ... "".. "" 8".lor 8l.l.r.1v, AI l"., W] 17.0"
necessaries for his guests, and In .. \ ,
show are pronounced failures. The man who Is a uc- Uentlle and Jew. IMp BW IiAr Mnaon.O. .. .S".I.ro 110. imV I'p
r voluntary and at the slime time humble apology to The vitmiuixhed Is reallylctor.. the evening he would sit and tell the e 10 p 8 nAr, ... ,Atlan4l.. a .. .. out .I,, I.v I"' jlo.'aU
case can point to no better evidence than a big Increase a Ala ,. . ,I.v r.8" p tea
Attorney General Knox.: In trade and a flit bunk account. Uov. him lied HIM raiment coveted with dust and 1 senorn Incidents of his campaigns with a86 s1 I I" ar.....,...AnnloLl rwl..Yh.II.Aln ". .,". .. "H""I.rnU" Lvit I ''j' Illp
Jennings bin Mange inarivd by tho rude l.iuulIhiK her husband-how, they hud passed Slp'r ... .. T.nn .. ., ..,. ...Fri.an LVI, I n
Once upon a time Mr.\ Knox: worked for the Steel:: the Increased trade and the bank account U. In TiillnhnHrfeetosliow \ of' the mob-bow dl\lnc I ho composure through the same battles, experiencedthe I pAt ...Uly. M' _' ,

trust. lIe got a big salary because he was worth it. his success In the ninmigement of the how MulHlianlike.( dime benignity Hume hunger, faced the same wind --iL" MOlph..T..R.. ."".". .. 'Al -, -
his' business a 11.<11'1 of' the State of Florida. He may have thai can\ addrnBa Its HHHail- and rain and nt last suffered the some ... pro" _. ,: l.Yi. Pt"..."
he severed
When he was mnd attorney gnneral "jlrotliei'fl futheu.Vhal :;:
: .
made political mistakes. He have iiiado nuts keen disappointment. In having Strug- No leand ih. LI'Ue"' roam 'nor ]. ..
some may even Jlorldn p.lh'.. Drwl"8 .Ioel'III .w.
.
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connection with the trust. n lovely" comment on .JC8UA' command l.konu"I'o Dining' oar,. Daisy.
some business ones, but all these can well be forgiven "When Binltten on one cheek glad so long In a cause that was lost 1"1 care. Apply to any Tlrkt ASunifor IUeurvsti ms.

There are some newspapers and an army of polio him In view of the following progressive! financial showing turn the other aUol"V "I left the major on the day after the H. J.eaav. Dt.trlul 1..II.r. Agmmt 10 W. Bay, .Ir. Jaekmnvtlle' Fla

ticians who do not believe in honesty for the sake which we take from his recent message: It hln the very precincts of the mmendcr" said Autolne, "and I have ,
temple, hard by the chamber In never slneo seen him. 'Gomlby homid.
of conscience. They couldn't see how the ex-trust "The financial resources of the state are likewise which ho had Bat ax a member of 'If you ever see me again. It.will ;
developing! f it may ba gratifying to note that, during
lawyer could proceed against trusts. They refusedto the pant two years the revenues received from- Hanliecliln, In Uht of the voiy lie as a soldier In a foreign army. At Atlantic, Coast Line
where he had l taken III the
spot part thntT time ho expected to offer his serv-
of Indirect taxation
license
give him credit for integrity, for strength of sources embracing general legal murder of' the first Christian!
tax, Insurance companies tax 81."plllg car tax lee to tho khedive of Egypt"Olin
character and -for anything that smacked Interest state deposits In inuityr; In the very" presence of Home afternoon firing
purpose bank
on corpoiatlon charter was bear near
had furnished him bin uommisRlon
who The
Gnat
of manhood. tux, state ferlllUur/ stamps. etc., have Increased ug I a persecutor, and of' others the railroad which lay a mile Through Car Lion to Florida.CONNECTIONS .
$171W\ ).IO for tho years 1UU1-O2 over the amount received from time hut and soon a number of
who made the Journey with linn to
So Mr. Knox revilod and cartooned and pictured
:: was the Items for the IWMMUOO
on same years \) ; that down the
Rpunlsh flying
DiimimcliH, J'aul tells the Ihillllng aoller. came :
I as a trust protege and theu roasted to a turn. receipts from direct taxation have Increased; flint story of his convertdon. lie was 11JHW road. They were followed by troops :
the iiHHesHinenti have Increased
His good faith' his ability his desire to do something the deduction on account of Irregular(notwithstanding sales for the, bom Indeed but lit t the heart ol TO
,
brought up the senora nnd tbo ex Confederate.They }
of taxes made from to which Washington thence
were doubted. non-piiyiiient year year, the Hebrew[ comtnonw enltht and b.vllu THE via Fenn. B. B.
United States of 181)8.
were ordered stricken' from the tax: books ; veto troops
When ho! publicly said no constitutional amend State Comptroller. amounting to about live aillions greatest' teacher Kiadiiating from Among them was nn old man who .
the school of Uamallt.1, I a zealot and
ment was necessary to enable the government to of dollars)I. nearly six millions' of dollars; that the n persecutor. Jint how sudden nlldcoml'lnte though weak and emaciated kept pace VIA ALL BAIL.
Increase In the assessment railroad and equipment with the rest, his face look of Intense The Mo
his triiiiBfoinuitlon! HeruHigiled on a Loul8vl11 Noahvlllo rims t'
curb monopoly, he made himself the target for a is upward of $7UOOU( ) <) over the previous years'assessment his. sent In the Hanhedrln ; fierceness In his bands. a Krag- TO I1UA T1 ; ery.

job lot of vilification.Mr. hire of state; that prisoners the Increase of 1UOU\ in was theprocceeds I21,78H.75 of over' the relinquished nil hopes of preferment; Joigonsen rifle,, Irol which b was THE L}[ The Mobile a Ohio R. B. vU Moatgomnry.,
snlfered the tendeieRt tins of' shots.
kinship at
Knox: has vindicated his judgement and his that of' 1UO1, or of' any previous year; that the liuicl pouring Spaniards 'r'

character. lIe has dealt the Northern Securities sales from the state school fund Increased from $IH- to from bu home broken and; went country a voluntary became exile HH "It Is Senor Garnet! the woman Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York
UHHXUnlUOl to H7Ml.r! l In 11X12 and that the. ; called to Cavlllac. "Cal him""Mnjorl" TO East t ;
pro N. and
the filth mid olfHCouriiiKQ/the world Phla.lphlaand Bo.ton. via NTIk for 'Y. Wlsh. Ball
)
what be death blow.
a called
company may needs from the tax certificates' fund Increased from vlae. "Stop!
counting all\ that he prized before HB TIE 8vaoah Miners Traneportatlon
$70.088.41\ 181)1) to llWt.VJH for the 1 O2 und Here! Horot a
There isn't a doubt that he could have had sever year : dices; wearing as a slave the brand pany Batmore Phladelpbl.
yet we havffjust begun. The triumphs of the past "Who are and what do I '
you you VIA STIAIISHIP .
of the Nn/erlno and In It
al millions in cold cash had he desired to betray hie glorying( ;
the foundation for
are only greater triumphs for the want?" asked Gurnet. I e
The efforts of' the yes, r'jolclllg{ now lu the prospect of 10 Key West
trust. future. past are evidentiary only "I former US Mall Steamships Steam
martyrdom. And the Ineipdlblo nin ;your orderly, Antoine of the Peninsular & Occidental

There i is too much jumping at conclusions in of the effort. required What! has for been future accomplished progress! and Is the advancement. traiiHformatlon. had come to'him, not CiiTllInc, and I bave your Joull wife AND )}Ship' Co. Port Tampa to Rey West Havana l couuoot'n wit

result of great labor and well directed by dime glow Inllltiatlon of ChrlHt- and bnbo here !In my hones HAVANA J The Atlantic Coast Line.
There of tinergy.
atTuirs. thousands holding
public are men lan doctrine, precept, amid exinnple, Garnet flung down his rifle In an.

public offices who scorn the wrong and live the right. ssa but suddenly atinluday, when In the other moment be was locked In the '
"1It1t1 PIU SSI ULE CONFLICT" very height of his career a* a persecutor anus of his wife. also I Through lIIl/SiI1t8Tper| /! { > Port Tampa t New York via Atlantic Coast Line;
via
who be rich and will not '
There are poor men might at the very gate of DamiiHcux, Atlanto Ct Lne Southern Hallway.;
The Is not from said
( following prophesy an anarchistic ."Major/ Cavlllac, "when I
because of their natural honesty. paper, but from an editorial that eminently respectable of by Jesus the iiiiracnlous tbo Nmaareue.appearance to him parted with you In Virginia more than Connection made at Jacksonville for all Points.l .

Politics di'gradei' some men, but it does not make religious publication the New York Independent'ofApril It Is very true that thin powerful thirty ;years ago you told me that U I pal l Interchangeable !mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tho prlnol-

the square fellow a crook by any means. 9th sermon preached to a riotous mob ever saw ;you again It would be In foreign railways For In the Southern States are on Sale by the principal agents.PBANK .
overawed for the moment by the sen Ice. The next time I see you SPHnvin rro all on H' E Dickens, Ticket Agent, or address:
will the
What actually happen, wisest cannot '
They say that every man has his price. Don'tbelieve foresee. All that' we certainly know Is that now the towering\ moral grandeur or thoprciicher ;you lire chiming Spaniards an In company .4313 Commercial Agt., W. D, STARK Trav. PaSS Alt{ ,
that. It faith in WItH not permitted to reach of the men West Bay Street, Astor Jaoksonvllle, Fla.
destroys humanity. American people are entering upon another !!rellttrugle you at Bull H. M. EMERSON BuidIng.:
conclusion but it not Trafflo
a ; was preached Run. MBr., Qen. Pass Agent
which will be an Irrepressible noiiflivt a CRAIG
Rather believe that there are uncounted men who as lu vain.
surely us was the tight for the emancipation of tho '"Antoluo has told me," said the seoo- Wilmington, N. 0

remain true to themselves because of the right that slave. For a tlme'Jerhaps for a few years both TIn TKAt'UKK'S I.ANTKHN.ThU rum to her husband, "of many a gallant I __ ---"- -- _
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rests with them. parties will change !ground, as did narrative fairly bristles with deed of yours tba makes me more To decide between

"Judge not, that ye be not judged." If humani war the ,whig but and sooner tho or democratic later the parties Issue will before be the defined.civil points of nppliautlon\ to our times In proud"Did of he;you tell ever." caused hours of worry love to and dot weU a European -
and
that be
general, to our personal ;you once
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q ( exper-( to Restaurant
I One will stand as did the old democratic Bae a women.
would be party
ty would digest that sentence there more lence In particular. my life from a Yankee saber bysubstituting
In slavery days, for the notion that "vested rlglitH,1'property Tbe man with a vie I
justice in the world and less occasion for apologies. contract obligations even legal technical U- A mob linn boen clmrncter/.nd! ns his own skull?" many person think wondor why FurnIshed ,
d the mot odious\ and despicable spectacle "No." 8 It their duty to ,
tla, a-5" ties, are more snored than human Hie. The other / which the world party will stand for the notion that property and "The metal ornament on his hat was tact
SHOULD IIAVK HIS D1VOUOK. Mobil are often ns in Paul's ease. the Man often shows the bard
side
all of his
other l legal rights. are created for man, and that manU that saved him"Senor k
instruments of a 01'upll"1uAt.lc"( For disposition
to be the slave of his institutions. One Garnet to mark strongly the
assigned to the courts stumble not own had been from mol
Newspaper reporters example. It was on the mere supposition rleaf
party will be the party of an Immensely powerful that Paul had. brought the prison by the bluecoats joined POUPbU.delpWa Bul.
some verbiage in legal It is the other will be the of the "
upon queer papers. oligarchy party people. Gentile TronhlmiiH Into the Inner thorn In pursuing a common enemy. t (Sueo..ol lo Chas KupperbuwWPALATUA. )
believed however the following petition for divorce One party will proclaim that dvllUutlon and all Its lie As the yL41a/pL
glories meet perish If the ruthless masses are permitted temple that was treated with such soon as war ended ho took possession A GOOD TBING. i iAImlnlstrnt

recently filed in the court at Birmingham, Ala., to take possession of the means of wealth. violence. of his sugar plantation, and Germ" Syrup '18 the ] ,/
of law and civil
Tho misponslon Cavlllac la now biB B"ecla prescription r'l Not(
transcends anything of record. Tl'e other party will doggedly go forward to the In tho coveted opportunity of' overser. of Dr A. D' Six 0.11 diiynrMay
realization of a government; of the people, by the power r. A. MITCHKL. German physician, to o..lebratt monlh..rtrl"W. t I5.I
The petiton is by a man who asks to be allowed to people and for the people. It will be an Irrepressible convict the. Wmetelements.according to If evidence Juries would, and --- to be one of the most a.d aknowlele he Kexrd.?I wll/? a''I: : 4nIIfy llnul,: :: ao'o1and JulxesrPamam !

marry his first wife having secured a divorce. conflict and every man will have to device on | Inflict penalties, according to Too GREAT A BISK.In eriea !In medicine I quickly cures t'onnty) 11.,1,10'; < .' (
which side ho will fight Judges, refrain from mitigating coughs, colds and all of e i t Wruun SIn <>a. : r: "g
governors
The petitioner says his wife was granted a divorce almost every neighborhood sorao- the severest removing deuessiHl, and s-k to be dim' :: :
penalties\ by the use of exe. natur. M It furtharIulmlalstrntianof.aidm .
"with the beatific privilege thereto annexed of "The Present Crisis." entire clemency, crime would be one has died from an attack of cello or doer the the cause the affection' and leav 'I TI"1 d y at.November. A. l lessened and the excuse for mobs cholera morbus often before. medicine log parta In a strong and healthy >:idn.-f.d.tu.0
marrying again, a privilege which it goes without Careless seems. the great Avenger; removed. could be procured 01 a physlolan sum- condition. It la not an .

saying she availed herself of with. alacrity of spirit .H Istory'. pages but record In transitional In polities and rnllKlnn monad A reliable remedy for these dl- medicine, but has stood expermentl t.t Tax Asseusor'n Notice.

One death-grapple lu the darkness 'twixt the example of Pan! Is to he nnsra should b kept at hand The years Riving satisfaction la .
and a fastidious levity disdaining pursuit. Old systems and the Word; Imitated. He pursued the middle risk la to .. for anyone to take. which Ita rapidly increasing ever every oe For the of reoelrlnirT

The petition continues : Truth forever on the scaffold, Wrong forever courso. The Jewish Christian. mllClitobp1' Chambarlln's Cllo. Cholera and conflrma. Two minion bottles acid a.n. Rttr/e, I wile at the following
On the throne- and revere the law up to nay hoes Remedy h.uniloubtxdly) sv Dlarr nually. Boaohea'e German Syrup l"mod plnoes given below I
"His days rapidly verging on the sear and yellow Yet that scatTold sways the future, and, point below trusting It for aalvatl<\,. lives of more people and relieve more introd now In the 8ttln IMfiT Ban Maleo a ApriIat; 1 Kt PA

b leaf, the fruit and flower. of love all going/ the Behind the dim unknown On the other hand the Gentile pain and suffering than medicine l. and I sold II every t.n village/ I.Ua. .pri
r'
r Staudeth God within the shadow, Christian were encouraged to continue In use. It can always be dependedupon. In civilized world. doses will, 93rd; Federal l Fofnt,.Aprll94th; }
t'' worm, the canker and the grief in 'sight, with no Keeping watch above His own. In and enjoy their liberty from For sal by Aok.rmsu A Stewart relieve any ordinary oough. Pre IS and talks April I4tb 18tl and 97thC11tUFTSAseinerl.

one to love and none to .caress him, your petitioner Lowell la the Present CrUU. the law, 7 oeat,a'o.Luad'. drug CrOn' p'
Ct Or Woodbury, ,
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ITTH1 CRESCENT CITY NEWS. You Now should is the time


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SPRAY TREES.We
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:TJ"N":\ ; \\) f fr\i\D:1I3'n'! \ \ : '''' T-'I.yours. A.JiiBtlco- Htii'lbut of the for the post for this two POMONA. have EXCELLENT BUTTER (

d
poaco
Jmd
Mrs. C. II. Smith returned Satur- '
!!I, Whale Oil Soap / 1
';: !. u.J"I "ilJ.: :11A .I. UI'i IlKtrlcfc of Putiuim county, sent In day afternoon, from /a pleasant visit II. and a lino of PURE fond products.
'''' .,
'' { IV' ;.. ils
\ ) i-oBlgrmUon to Governor Jennings[ with friends In Jacksonville. and fruHh the
>r"i,' ; I ;.,. and tempting to appetite,
'1., 1M/,'( i r.r LLW\ ,n" ." ant week and has uelvod[ a letter Miss Carrie[ Greens and Miss Allda 1 1,

'l\ (;:f i' Y:' from His lurduer of will arrive In Thrlp Juice Insecticide 1
J .!t., governor accepting the Palatka CO O to Stoxo.
O-u.r
",.I "" I/ I \' !. T 'omoua this week for several :
r < ", ( : i.I."d; \ :': :' iimo. The district will be without a
'. "itj, :!,I,':>.\\\I.I'I'' \ .4'IJ:( '!':I'i.\ 'i... ...1\\ '.' ....':;: I. weeks visit with friends. For spraying Orange Trees. Ono
JiiHl.u-n until such time as someone gallon of It will make 1,000 gallons of the Lots of people have found us out this season, and wa fad that there A
moves for the appointment' [ ot Mr Arnold Harmon of Rollins Col- praying (

INSTANTLY RELIEVED, QUICKLY CURED lurlbiit'fl Hiieeessor. Mr. Hurlbut loge days with came his Saturday father. to spend a few Soluton.Lound's I hall bean a mutual advantage. We try to czech In quality-and our prices

says there is nothing In the olllce Store are the lowest consistent with good goods. (
hut Miss\ Ethel J... Smith who ;MW Drug
trouble and vexation of e)>lrlt. been attending the Palatka High Qi

Capt. Goo. U. Iteach of Savannah School during the winter has returned -. ; Crescent City Florida. J. W.. MILLER, Crescent City.GHAMBERLIIN .

pracarnph was in town for a ilny lust week and to her home here.

the guest while hereof hlK old Hide James Morrison[ left on Monday !I Crescent t City

uirtner, Ciipt .1, 'V. Milter.\ CJnpt.nltltch' for Portsmouth N. H., where he Grove FIoridaiJ i(
vlll spend several months.Dr. Hal,
lino of steamers between .
A Soothing, Cooling;, Healing Remedy .
Savannah and Uonufort, 8. U. i is dong Peck and family are again set- -
the Swelling Removos all Soreness led In their home hero after a yenrs' With renovated, w-
uuceo Stops the Draws : :
Burning ,
a fine busIness, nnd the captain residence [ r'U' : ,'Ir nRitli. opon tor
[In
Savannah where Miss
Fevor and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimulates the Clroulat the reoopLltm o uu nmnatfeiuont, ,
clIl'rlesan unmiHtakablo air of prospei'ity Fannie Peck has been! student In of is Crescent for the celebrated Hamilton-
Keeps the Feet warm and Comfortable. City Agent
t He reports Mrs. Hoach and the conservatory of music. They are

Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks the young ladles as well and aUo ,all glad to return to Pomona and Po- C. Horton. Brown Shoes. Every pair gunrantevd. -
nona people are rejoiced to have the
Mr. Cnpwell. He states that the doctor and his[ family buck. Wia Neck Ties, Shh.t. Gloves. Huts, _- ft
and all those who are on their feat a great deal should always keep a bottle old Cnpwell rooldenco opposite I
Samuel H. ratlin expects Boon to houHo will, its uimitt., b. fIlleddrlsig Corlls Coon Collars, Metis Underwear.
PARACAMPM their homes for ---
:I of use at night. LonnrU drug store will\ bo ottered for tart for the north and west and thn )h.IRII of tIm. tonrlitt neaiton* and '

Gives Instant Relief to Corns, Bunions and Frost Bites. ale. will probably locate in California.Rev. UIORO who Hhoulil h.o I make ynlnrraiitfffd'lipiillontlnn for aooummoilaUoni LETLn. Line of HDrcss Goods

_a...-- -- vorAiidfiH ,lkl',, Mlthra
1 the hmiHO
Guarantee HpnclntiH one on
every bottle to do Dr. Bull formerly of ConneoIcut .. floors*itiiil views. nrp afT"rd -l> nth of I.ulu Shiver. ,111 Our i is in detail
Grocery
l In the new pastor of the Pomona front Lhomnf tile i.ke. nlroun.III\"unty.. department complete every
What w.claim for It. If Itfallo your money will be ,..fund.d.IIkJo The honae .
Church. t'R nlll,
: ooo aiuti.ooiio'ra.ave.' JLT ALL GOOI..HU"' aiie-i'i.. After an \Illness of nearly a year, Congregational table !is auppllutljvlth\ thu let In tile m..rk.?, C. L. CHAMBERLIN. Crescent City Florida
the last several weeks of which have The Junior[ C. K. Society gave a anti the littoN. whhih ore moiltraUi. will bommle ,

known upon npiillc.tlon.Cr _. _
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litton filled with much Buffering.Lula oclnl at the ball Friday, and 16 was n
Mwnt city la an Moat htmllh resort and
For Sale by Ackerman &: Stewart. Shiver, eldest daughter of Mr. quite a success financially. A short
n'ogram. Ice cream and gameR,.nl1 a GROY2 HALLwill \A7ell 1triced

-. and Mrs. A. J. Shiver passed away undo a pleasant evening to those
-- --- - it an early hour on Monday( morning who attended. be moil an ..nl home.LID1E5.
Crescent City Rev J. K. Wight of
oooncjove

liiii Itnnottt, Tim' Niomowt town In In beautiful Ihe "anutheiwtern locutions In pill Plo"of Springs; visited his daughter, Mrs April'rho 271.1)funeral services were held at Florida Mr. Irving. to /work.Plntt has It gone Is. to to be South re. Stool
llflIIlUflhlIlt7,'tf mile from Pnlntka. Sod IBrxitfliod W. C. Norton, during the early part the grave [In Kilen cemetery nl a. late greeted that business cannot be lively -
:: ::: hy oil her; .moninor: or rn.lroatl." Ore> of taut week.It [ enough to keep our young people, Write to Mrs. Wen ..111<'111 Hits on IlgPter.unlI which rleeHffrnoit.rtiily hour Monday afternoon and were In our own town. However gnr & Co. for circular describing We will make It to wliuthc-r, want to
la we I interesting you you buy a large or small bill.
the went bunk of Oreaoent Lake, aiH.r.iiliru.HlHJfltofa.inrwatorlB thought that the steamer
from Victoria I
( conducted by Rev. Pr. 1>. M. Reeves, wish all those who. find It Protector .or
ml*I ltC it lenittnmul necessary
from llirau to five miles In wh"". 'r.... Crescent will be through with Its of the Presbyterian church. to go elsewhere, much success. send $I.IM) and waist meauure. Qood ynrd-wlda Muulln. Bo per yard. OIIIIJms. gooil IIlulleRvy, as

"I'0 I. woll I ltiII out In .town and grove lots. potato carrying business this week FLA. low as Go PIT yard Tim l.i'st Stogy brujht twn the
thofr.rinorconnUtutlnc 1". a jM.rtlou. of the town The Attendance of sympathizing We are sorry to state thatMrs.; .AOKSONVILLI.. Agents. prloe. $1. Full Block of Mosquito Canopies to Netting _

tint'tlx lIck In width lying tun-ween .two.llnMl and enabled to resume Its regular TrlondH was large, and there were C. A. Knowlton Is critically 111 In Hpttclal t Bold by the yurd. We are sole annuls for the celebrated IlawknsBpoctaalea.
on tho itattt niul lake 8U
Inkm 1IIL lithe WUHt.Orosoont TllO level Of iHkO rHHlft !. ifi fl)0tbtclior run by Monday. choice offerings' (lowers. Jacksonville. During Mr. KnowltOIl' IM COURT OF 1'ltOllATE.OOUNTY JUlIUS iIN f Our I cent and 1 omit uounl still shoving out the goods. '
thiitof Itikn Crasvent limit afford, absence to be with his
In K ,I." 'ttuiu..'dnlnn"n. Tim water of lake HtollftIn Mr. and Mrs. Sweet of Pomona Lola Shiver hud grown to womanhood Miss Gruce Keown performing wife(lie; In deceaSed.tnnttor oreniattt Win. P. W"b.' In tent a to,. Wo Cnn Kuvo Von From Iii to !J5 Per C'lt. on Your Wants.

::* L LI(> ',llrCO itt .apt.iifra anil la.kentabaolutolyimrc have been In town looking for a fur- In CrcHcnnt City find was In 11011l'eKpot'ts duties of post mistress elnciently A BiiBKOHtion, ; of lnf.>'lvenojr of sold elOnteiovitit t
niithurltloa I who haw ad itS very
'is Hi* town in ,
Cone:: The
CoCa niotle SHoe
by Uonry 8trun, adniltilrt
miiMlimieiumr,'\; :: to la any: way oontnnilnat: I I It. ilshed houne. In the event that a quiet lovable girl who rator.. 'It In l* jrttt>y or.lorod that all poisons: Nan,
Itnllway touch the went
bunk Tin .I'lnntltyNtl'lfl! into HU'llft two miles from the town they can secure one they propose to lincl tIle KaU'em and love of all who -a.e.g "b"'I'' el.lnl.the aarno 0..10., with saM tho, Uourtty estate do JtiflKO appear of Crescent City, Florida.

.n.I" tittle summer convey" passengers andfrj make Crescent City their home.J. knew her.! I[.r death Is greatly dol conEs WHEN DOCTO1IS FAIIi. PI.nal II.County FI.I.la..n or before July Oth: .
'tith' and from tile town sod Ureactint City M. I UUXE. -
tin., ..." ., tlto railway ntntlnn.Tl H. Bubers has moved his family l>lnrcU, antI In their bereavement the Mrs. Frank Olilaasoo. Patterson, La., lets. Junimry uth.County liwa.' Judge.Palatka
Palatkaor writes June 8th IUU1 "I had! malarialever Plollo
troth Jnokmm.
hy Htuaniur :
'rip
vlll moot tho must OttllKlitful water, rMea In from Fruitland and has rented the Family !have the sympathy of all. In very bad form. was. under treatment Florida Eas t Coast
In lllIltt country, and tha pameiiBor who house Tin. juill bearers were Walter AN Ryv
lii::! 'ills trip I la liolil ei.iraiioea, from start u> on Prospect street belonging by doctors but as soon as I stop- ORDNANCE

1111'L", point, plnn tithes south of 1'nlaika to Mrs. Mary Smith. Mr. Habera [U tll: II'. U I. liourdmiin, K. N. Maull led, taking their medlulne the lover
tli' 'lItter IIIHVBS the 8t.Jol.li, and others would return. I used, a sample bottle oltlnrblne r AtTHOIU/INU T1IK: KOlITirBIlN HELL IE I.. '
II> \\\or, rather narrow but tortuonani the salesman In Capt. Miller's utoru.Mrs. F. ;IT. I'nysonV.. Shotwpll and iclutfrnph tu the ]
found It Thenbonght o/.hOI.o..1 O""lt LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect 1903
, tlnmt on sillier altla by a thick growth I K. T.. \ helped me. ,, / I tho City ,, .1... April I,
r .5. aHhanil |I'.hn..to-a vorltablu toreittri A. V. Driver and the children STitterrnnn.a two bottles which completely fur tile purpoMa: ol iilnulutf, : ;ptilt-t und uluotrlounduotorif I 1
nl rlvbr'a curves are sharp and .a.a- cured me. I feel grateful to you for! thermit. IOUTMBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP.No.89 .
Iall'\\ ; who have been the
li i: :there la never ft long leach of upending punt two Silt ..<.hiM ItaII. ( nIilo. furnishing such and i 1.volt' on 1. He it orilnhiod by tho City Council -- -
After nine miles "f travel a splendid medicine of tho C'ttyof 1'nlnikih ITInrlilA, that pnrmla
wI i lit '.h" or three weeks at HII elhul'st Cin.
No.29 "
tli, 0)'tI.l.. stream the steamer emorges Into Tliu lul-stI ball on Saturday can honestly recommend It to those suffering sin, lm and the Fttimn' lioruby, theHftiUtmru 1 STATIONS. I NO.aaDally. 1'9llal1.
II nl\ and hMAiitlfUa Lake Ureso.".. A run have gone to Selnia, N. C., at which game from malarIa as It will surely : Bolt Tolophnitoinid I T Ie .tht ,.. Daily. ".
4iraiulahalf Intiila the| paasengnr at nftcrnonn between fhe ":ISh..> ChuniH1 pun)i lm 8uooofi>or end iiM0innn.for the ,iMrlodof -
(li City tile' .''''''no''. sonthernmoslin joint they expect to rvinaln through cure them. Horblne 50 cents per bet- jo yotir, to arcHjt, pnra.o nnU mnlntulnlines 840. .
.JaokionTtlla IS 7 ii
nnd' the Crescent City Juniors resulted Lv. .. .. ... .. ti p
,, IC. The boat Innvos Jacksonville at 4.. the; summer, tie at Ackerman & Stewart's Palatka;! of "tplophoiut and t4'lt-gra| 'h. Iimhidlnuthu i 80.. 7 it !

in rjr Tnnsilay. Thurs ; le..t 8 p m. the same days. Heturnlnctlir hot Edwin and Mrs. Gilbert left nlonic nl.I. "r edith of the tilt .llm Ing*. D i a 5 pV
i' lunvoa Cresuent" City on Monday, WeUti. for their home In Georgetown 'onn. liy fI score, of (0 to 0. The game ---a C,.hut, romlM, .trent*and high ways o' the Oltyofl'alaUa : H 42 ...R. 1'alutha :::.::::::: ::::::::: iv ti p :

,:,i;lIt atul 10 a Friday. in. Bull at 7 ut a.Jaiikaonvllle m.. arriving; at at 4-a I'aUtki ast Monday Mr. Ilutchinxon who, ended during (he (first half of 8th In- .Ma.New Right Arlington In the shopping Hotel Palatka district, ,! Hmo require AM for tu tile himlnrMS' i pniHino, ;| lila)of' from dohiK thno a Long to d laol'fo'PA.. ........I..I.'I'a.. ..... ....Lit 7Jt' Toop i; l lI
l
puritou ever took tile steamer Creation mid while tile l'itlitI kit team "IH.na"l Ta'fl.lu". h..I", ".., unit an ahnll liu. ul .. ...I..la'ka. ......."..Ar ISa BJSpJl Z
p. thing wan
? i i Crnmient) City without aiporlaiiolitftnf has been in their employ during the Moalx[ GO t cents.Appropriate (".'.1..1.0, ..by. Streett'Oitlnittol.. of Bait! saoJ'l r. .. ....e,' )tle ......... Lv .. ..W-
at llm but. With out tile! .. ..I.... 1 .1 .a.. .slla L... 1lteo .Ar 0 905 80 Ci -
:"isatilins| nf pleasure| slid a short stop at winter them and ono man fl5a- 'J I. .. .1..1 &... .... ..... ... p .i ::1
th, Mtik city mnkvanuy manor woman a life Past nccompuniud .ytnni [I'alntlta time becnuHO of dcclHlou Exhibits Should HeAt r .
lone 1 "o.r tilt plaro.Initit will serve them during the coming[ a vlrmo of Ii.thin That Ordinance tho work.htill of nrectlnff bodotio. 11,1,1Cctile polls, Up.lU-p\ ............lln..I.......... .. 6011 : UP 1:0:
are some ol the most the of the by ..
bnanilful' town humus proper.K' bo fouud In the state and summer. liy umpire prohibiting' one Made. HiipitrvlHlun ut tbo: : Hlii I CIII l\ Uitinmllloe; nntl : ::::::::::.:::::::' ,, ...:::::::::::::::::: : Mdi )'O

th jw.pl" ara Oral I in rod and prtwptirmia.Thtirt lnyerg| who had retired In the game of the Southeastern the sld,, Southern Hull Telnphonu, and Teletirotih C r taUt .............Daytoiia..... ...... 117 JUt
loSt .".,1 sulKMtl two ellrohos-Etliseo.. Allen Holton of Sun Matoo, gave a meeting \ compitny .hnl roplnoo. and propor'y r*- C. 21 .......... .. Orange.......... :1' -
to give' (ilauo to .a substitute, from reentering -- lluilwuy Laud and Industrial I I IAIOnt'H lay any nliet't thai may bo <11** I. ii .N ,,
hotula.ocrtli' .10p
two w
loll t'iosiyterlai-ai.d good p ...... .
.:'II. ; where hood .vn entertainment. at V. I. A. hall [lust liliwtid, hy rutiuou tif Ill. urtotlunof poles, Up I If .. .Oak .B 14. I Up
j | i.ifntit jirlvato places tliu gvme, refused! to piny Association organization Mncl z .. .... ... 8nyra..I "
cat tttithlol., H,,U)1 and boarding houan Tuesday evening. Mr. Holton In un und, upon failure of tile Company, "after 0:. 19 as p 5 it ,............ itO a lZp :'o
of the hoiuls of the Land .
further and retired from tile field. composed i'Ai> dn,M'noiiua In almll bnvejoon .
twoniy ( Up S lOp
have
rL.iiro nuxlurnto. The I pro w.IIt ...... .. .. (Z

YI m i- i r,v.-ll thuHo I knpt w h.tf'iir* 1 ilk.I links this amusement.j f.'li'o:; entertain. : impersonator, and his work of Tuesday I That the umpire was clearly right-, Industrial of the and railways Immigration south Departments of' the. lit enld given i'ompuny by the,31nnol the City I.ay O.y ropntr o. J'alatkn suuh .1,1.> i 1H agt ::::::::::.....Em Rnokleripn.GitlllK.:,,::::::::::::::::::: n g: nc' I S

iiuity has 10,1(0 oraugo Krovea thanHI evening was Interpreting churicters In bin decision one needs but refer tu I Potomac and Ohio hOvers and east portion:: : of,,the ,,ldol alit or :, hut, may have < UB5. 4 il ........... t-lbfiurno............. .IB''shorn 1 'f coo..
boo UtMtnrbud by Maid Company, and oolluut .
, ,. culture .0JI..S..b..n. .. noap 1
.. .. .
:h t< 'In tile.o"n'y. orange in David Garrlck. Mr. l0a
iwn Meet[Ion two of rule 27 of Spaldlng'n' I of the Mississippi River held atMilillil. Ih,'.',..so Inonrrcd from .. Company. uu' 04JI. Si. LuHe .
1 lifnlltiff<..'""|1"iitlcmof the poopleand the ( .10 .. .. .. .. ....... .. 101p lta -
jt. 'lit.it title' fruit long been roirurdud Holton was entertnluud by Cnpt anc! Kill Miintinl. Florida, March 6,11HIB the Hoot Ion, H. In .0".ldorathl, of tho I rfrthtii \"t 11. 1411. ..........F..I.r.. ........... 18.100 -
: : :"I i iu. Mime and h said' CompanyHliall ... .
; privileges ... alp
itj t fi.>r in thnt grown lu any oilier soutlon adopted : : .... .... .. o.
.
.' ..... Aliinmt every ultlxeu of the |.lao. Mrs. J. W. Miller. There wile general regret at the I following resolution[ was ( : provl>[ooneoiv ariarm "emIl polo for tIle OZ. loa. ...........Edtm............. 911 10 6(11O ( .
)I..m ll-kept of wbluh) oonnpyHi "The objuctfl of this Association, free uao of I Iho polIce and lira alarm .Y.I.I ot ties ii ..........JonsptiHluart.............. lll 48loeu .
gnivts many Mrs. O. C. Moore and little daughter \ of the Palatka nine. The lm-, the City or Pnlalka.Houtlun I \L: a usa . .
j: .0 intl of tile liiiM>rptiratlois wbtleothcrsX action and all tile efforts of Irs members, : $ ...... ........ IISCHEDULES
The merolmntsr 4 Batd Ooinpnny hull, a dll tlinonlosnbJiHJt I 1 >8. .........,.Hob. Sound ........... Up 10 "a
" a I Into thooftnntry bn.uk. who have occupied the Smith [IM that the but to and build the D. r. .
pro 8I>n as games are being develop up ti tile lily in exlxf01100. sa ... Weat Jupiter.Went ... 9 68
.t> ',,Dont>f u theiiHo of the pvibtlo trouui by teloplione its BorntonDelray. 0 w) :
.f 1 Ifimur ..III.'.. ttf the ..."... Living In tha I. past several weeks left for the north' reeling Itt any honest decisIon[ of the I of population and industrial and lolnitraph aompnnlHoutlnn .. w ihZ : liSa I U .::::::::::::::::::::: ..:::::::::::.::::::::. 8 80SOB: I
l. othor town
: 'I..r luau ahnuat any enterprise, we especially realize how 0. Hald Company, shall Indomnlfy 10a S Ii .........Ft. LallIe-dale......... IIH' a ;
nut. "4trort nro llnatl with shade. trees andHi \ last Monday. Mrs. Moore expects! umpire [U in bad taste. much good can be accomplished in the. tIlt' of Inh"l.aKaliiHt and uttHunid all la.LllltI. .:. 01. I lOp............... n.llllad.o., .......... .. 7 4S a 3,
.. ,'1..0' .Lemati 7
for 'i City VT s
uivo llvoonkH, and broad sholl wullt art* to spend several weeks nt Jacksonville Tho game, opened/ with the "Nine I (this direction by an exhibition ol lu tile City .tmnM.I.'ntk.' wllol""y.n, Injury no"|'orniinn I ; sis .UgJ.Ar.::::::::::::::::.. Miami :::::: :::::::'v. iii i' lee :
Inl u tin- prliutipal' Btroots. liluyole paths' and N. C. before the products of the several States at the of work -
1" .. Ashvllle going Chums". at the bat and as the game I or d.lhg: any .
Uli'" otl ; : i OF BRANCH
i mmiy nH. the Ht. Louis Exposition: where It hurelu authorized or the noKltiulof will l Com LINES.
---- ---'-----: to her home, Cambrldges Springs progressed from inning to inning 1 11 would attract the favorable attention liany or any of ita otnptoy HMH, to onmply" wil I -
1'tI..I.. ('roo.lt the UBO ol tliu.
my
.
Il'rt i ; \ fur IhU: : pi.pnr or wiIiuiW to rmewth Pa. WitS clearly to be seen that the visitors of hundreds of thousands of people of wi'd City, and the accoplnne* by the Coinunity 8A.NFOHD BRANCH. I ORANOB CITY BBXNOH..
i ,hlnvnI.tItt..s.tI.ereto. may laikva thttlrtmiii.tftuiHl In Ir of the Northern !States of tills Urilltianuo nhi.ll bo an aitroutnunt by _
batting populous
Dr. W. E. French of Daytona a were out-played I I No.II rrm.. Ilinlly I NoTlDally wrz
moiii'y with Mr. 1<. 1> 1-oiintlt. It to pay to tho CIty of Palntka, any Minn ol No.,II II I STA.TONs. | STATION'
1hi- >t>.' wliu U our tiutionIttlt5eilt. veterinary Burgeon of state! reputation fielding and every other point. Earls; \' from which wo must hope to secure money for which the City may beounid liable l.yJ; Daily I Dally Dally

: : : whO has buen la the employ of I III the game the Palatka pitcher and I that Immigration.we urge upon It f Is the for people this reason of the from or ton by 0 r anon Hald of Company such' Injury.Heat dish. file wltli the r ::::::::::.Tltusvluo..:MTmn..V."Ar::::;;;::.Ar|[ \un| I 00 P 10 Ih Lv..It. Smrrna..ArU HO" V
:
the State Agricultural College; was a catcher took exception to a decision, [ I several States within our territory t'iork oh tile City Ummcll. : of the City of PalntkalUt I maL&....Ouieon, .......Aril H a 'IUp, II -'I..Lak.Ha!.D .Ar I aep S IK
;; .
r: aooepiant-e I ordinance, within ttlxtyiw S ..Enterprlaa. .. .A'IIOa'OaO! 18..L..O.nRoCI.Ar 1 48 5
Personal < SL--i visitor. Crescent City over Sunday.Dr. and retired. Their substitutes were I who should be equally Interested ': >dayv from 'jo'Unto whoa U shall take ufHootlon 5. .8nn(.r
than the with us [In our work the Importance .mt ,1lSo.2l Not? No.
handled 20
* regular play
French was acoompadlnd by his worse ,. Orlltltlt,00 shall bo In force No. 19Dally. No. It
of taking active and Immediate steps Sunday D.iiy BRANCH. Sun.Only.. Ne. tt
. Mrs.'L. M. Dow and little ers seeing which the original pitcher, from' and alter the dIttO of 'iw paHuga lAYlOBT D.ily. .
Our weather report waa lost this alter boy I towards creating a popular sentiment (hMtloii H. ThIs Ordliianao Khali not be so _oqly. ull.! essile Dally.Thetw

of Grand Forks N. D.: They stopped In the 8th Inning, desiring[ to resume I that will demand of the Legislatures ooDHtrnott as to authorize tho Hmithern UcllTelophoneOompany 10 (HI a I 810.L..J..ko vl..A. ..... 49a 5 10

wo k.'l'ho. I at Grove Hall. his work. was deniud[ the privilege by, -of the several State. that Its BiioaoHHora, or aligns. i u llalu .. .... r87. 13 ss ;
on a short dtM 45 8 USa Lv. .. 11 boa 'IJP
lOp a h'hi .
CroBcont City Juniors can tho umpire.\ The attendance at the I they shall make sufficient appropriation 10pr.lorom.lu..or..r l ,,.0' mnih aa li lo tOe V Ha Lv...... 70a la Ii Sn a

\i\ny\ : bnxe ball, all right. Arthur Weaver Is home on a visitto was largo and the Interest! ., to defray the expense of making now b.111 oondiioUiU within the city lImIts of It 06 a 8S0. Ar......PatloBeaoli..Lv.7 S4a It 80 a Slip
game Iiti
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry [ such exhibits! [ as will reflect .
TI>OH. H. Stryker expects to leave [Intense. credit the !States making them. l'aOo.I'R' open council tills ai t do"ol April. Time Tables show the timi at which train may be expected to arrive and departfrom'
Weaver Arthur him been upon D. arrival the time ,
away I.. the 00.bu. their or departure at stated la not guaranteed
.rl
for his home In Rome N. Y., this four five In future games a boundary line I All classes of cltlaens should be Interested S 3. KEN1ERLY. nor duel la Company. hold itself reaponaiblo for any delay or any consequence tberafrom. .? 5';
from Cresceut City some or ( ) fjtt. a.11
IB .
for It
week. should be drawn far enough back soas I In this movement, (1.1) Pld., 1'1) years and Is. now holding a responsible [- for the benefit of all, and we would \ ...ti 1. N. DI.ACKWELL'herb.AlIproveti .

Ill\ I'R. li. n. Carter and little soil left position In New York City. He not to allow\ spectators to interfere! I Miiggent that action be taken through this:. A II BTltKN lixu., Mayor KEY WEST AND HAVANA. !

for I their home In New York last l Is a man that all here are glad with the players or obstruct the I Boards of Trade Chambers. of Commerce -

week young view of the audience. City Councils. County CoinmluslaiiAra. How u Clever Lawyer Saved a I PCNSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. .

to see, and In whose future all have ... .a, .. FarnierM Clubs.. Stare In Effect April 16, 1903.

J. W. Cowles nndduiighter, Mrs. taken an Interest. BASEBALL IN Tilt DARK BELT. and( County Agricultural i and Horticultural Uef1l1er. -

iarpur[ wore visitors, to Pal atka on The 8ock Party" at V. I. A. hal President Ernst Von Bargeu of the izations'Societies representing, and other the people.'i'iie organ. Berlin An a, Gerninny parallel! ,to bank the cashier story of who the L.JI"mI8uD.Tbur.SOUTHBOUND.... ....... "n. LvJ..naMnn..F.t.NORTH BOUND.. ..v.v.v.1. tOw

Monday.K. '. ..... i'\ ... sep
Tuesday evening of last week North Cincinnati Tnrnvereln society robbed, the bunk In which he workedof "W.'Mon..Fr.
on time l U short in which to make LT Key West Sun. Thur. 10 i 3 Xv K<* 80 5Ar
:. L. Harper of Neoga with his will nut the society a little over took n 11'1Bouth\ last summer and preparation! ; work should begin immediately .7<.01 and confessed that he did havana MoO..tin, :::::::::::::::::: 7 a Ar [ 'TUM.. Hat...::::::..:.::::: ) SOp
of the New York
while In l\IlHKIKSlpplllttendeti a gameof tho job revenge,
and be continued until the
daughter Mrs. Cowart are in town forty dollars. The association met baseball played to a finish by two Is achieved." Herald relates the following; Instance Far copy of Loo*. Tim. Card or other Information tvldr.** any Agent.
object
for short time. for the regular meeting on Tuesday colored nmea.! : J. D, RAITWER Asst. Gen Pa... Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE "
David Dawes went to Palatka on of tbls week and It I Is understood "I never saw a moro hotly contested --.a- The aplMol' occurred In Manhat .0 :L
said Mr. Von FOB TIIOSI WHO L1VB OH FAHM8. and
III life, tan yours ago
III game my :
members generally
the were
Friday of met week and for the first that
of the debt of tho asso 1 In i Ron tho other evening. Dr. Berlin Fans. III.. "writes' : .'1 1 of the luminaries of the New York THIS CERTIFICATE IN EVERY B. SHOTWELL
time [lit five favor paying !
years. "'1'hey played all the afternoon In have used Ballurd' Snow Liniment; always bur for a central fluure.

Mm. W. D. Benham and little elation something" association a broiling sun, and far Into the night, recommend It to my friends.' as I There came to the firm nf which --- -'- : Row : Boat.

Its nd stll before. the ninth liming was reached, this lawyer is a member client who CIIMKANTKHOEFRTIR'IOATE.
' able to do from treasuryj confident there l Is no better made. .
inn
daughter' Uertrude visited Falatkaon
and then It was a tied score. The stated! that he' was employed in an boats. blKII.and
Friday of last week.W. leave a small balance on hand.Win. players had put up a half dollar It Is a dandy for burns" Those who live up state bank and that he hud appropriated FOil box or H.rKKIWON'M. DV I'KI' wood at his shop
liable to
.
Catto formerly managerof each with .local colored sport as an on farms are especially many the bank's funds to the TAHl.KTMoiintAliiitAflayalnmlin' H. Maui has returned from accidental outs burns and bruiser and after titjclntf ItWUnya .
House Falatka, and evidence of good faith. The colored Lime of some thousands of dollars Ie ..S.1., aud Uo not rttunlvu. Crescent City Fla.
Putnam Snow
the Ballard's
lloyntoii where he baa been spending had arranged the game and which h.al rapidly when The time was coming when his defalcations t>"",.|lt 1""I..n., from thiilr UHUI' ,"". work guaranteed at mod-
sport\
who has a big summer hotel at Na- Liniment I. applied It should alwa)s tie empty box vour .
several be discovered.Whatwashe t .1'1".1.1,1 .
months. with his brother taken III the receipts, which were must
I t.. k pt In tbe house for cases of emergency ,>f bIn,. or.m.1 dlr..t w. -
Cllir. A. Maull. hant Mass., has been making overtures $11.27. At the end of the ninth In- 6la) and tl bottle at Acker to do? was the advice refiluu 1 lie tick.linlil.Mkkanoa .
85a
looking to the securing[ of a iiiug It was dark and a lantern was he sought. Modlclno Co...WI".n. Idlml.Bld
Palatka and Lounds Transfer Co.
Mrr. man & Stewart's ,' City
C. L. Chamberlln and little -
house [In Crescent City. Mr. CutjoIs brought Into the park and placed behind "How much of the blnk's money ,
Crescent City.
Imby daughter! arrived from Jaeknoiivllle and In the catcher. The pitcher threw i drug store, ... could you lay your hands on now? by LouDd'e drug store

lust week and both are an experienced hotel man at tile lantern anti each side fanned -S IaStop the man of law asked. 0 Fla. Ap all trains at OresofDt City Junc
event of his coming here would withno at the New Arlington, Pa- thousand '
the came 'Oh hundred
out the strikers as they a
dolar.
quite[ well. latka, Fla. Neat, clean home-like. Night trains by appointment.
greatly Increase the number of an apparunt( ( effort, and the score remained wan the reply. WELCH &

Mrs. K Q. Newball of Detroit who ual tourists[ Visiting, Crescent City. the same. Meals, CO cents.... "Oet It, and then come back tome S. M. LABREE. Manager.

with her little ones, ban been spend- "To settle the contest the manager -. ," said the lawyer. Physicians and Surgeons
Iud ,:Mr.! and Mrs. W. C. Norton have lined up the two teams for a race t I Ira Mcniorluui. Ho acid, ho done rnd some days FOR PLEASURE.The .
the mother Mrs.
\vlnt.-r with her
1 leased a hotel. In lIen U J L'oll.teftfor her home on Monday first to arrive were to Andrew J. the otllca and handed over Kleclrlo LulI.hWIZARD
:
and the lawyer's
They expect to CITT Wednesdays Thursdays
C., for the summer. ., died on February 28th! 1UU8 of -' on ,
Mrs. O. II, Cash' entertained the leave for that place .early [la June. receive their pitrt. of the money. He cancer, after an illness two years the 100.IXX. ). the Into days and Saturdays of each week.
\lodges on
emissaries or jot
had sent Thereupon lawyer ( chArtared. for pltuumitf null picnic' psy-
Ladles Aid of the Presbyt months He l Is survIvedby
Society During their.[ absence. Grove Hall the winnersVhmt and seven [ [ with bank.
ah end to decide upon oommulcatlon I Hn r On* k Sod other Terms .
rUn[ church on Wednesday afternoon will be kept open for traveling men, \ at the eliot of nil old 1 horse. 'a wife and two little sons. Mr. had been robbed altogether of lay, Office on Central : floes to PMiKkr. nS'm every 'I
of The .
_of lust week. Refreshments quite.a number of whom make It a pistol, the two clubs bolted for the deceased 1fachett.was. was 84 a years devoted age.husband $110,000. Tho man of Jaw had a plan .see. O.p..AUtun tu term

dlxtiint bridge the manager started bv which the bank could recover JOHN VINCENT D. Q.
were served.
point to get here over Sunday duringthe [ with greater speed In tbe opposite and rather and upright citizen. He What was It? Merely to 'o'w.

Cnpt. John Plgue spent several summer season. As yet Mr direction and after catching a had no fear of death but his regret fOI.Is embeizllnir employe (to scot -el I. Spera.cr,

lays In town last week. The captain Norton has made no arrangement freight train made for Mobile. He was to leave his loved ones. free. On that umlerstandlnfl; f.O) HAIR JUTTiNG IM APPROVED .

I In of buying the. to take Orove Hall. hllK never been heard from since and W.eat sod our broa-1 U Mh.ni, should[ be paid over to the CHILDREN'S WORK A ,Dentist.
thinking seriously with a.nyODe .
-_...a- the guiiie got nn awful black eye lu We W drink und our.. dr'o.' sail. once, otherwlHe there was no telling[ ; Tbe Mho baa recently been eqnipped : --.--
by 8
Driver his mourn
residence which adjoins .n. .. nnd modern olialr and otber .
that part of Mississippi.[ [ roe the Lord .taken all. whether the bank would recover any; new Street near Foot Offloe.
SPRING AJtLlIKNTB. kept In condition) only
OWII vacant lot.L.B.OurtI. --- -.s.a- of the stolon money. 11..r.ar -
Thers la an aching and tired fueling; WORLD WILlS BKI'CTATtON.White's Wn wake and our hart ,In brv.klnc The bank accepted the propo.al.Ellhty .. antlafantlnn.Dollars and.customers .( Olty >. Florida,
1 In Palatka this week l sad perfect
bowels and kidneys beoom, Wa iln Am nn< our d.a..r > dollars
the liver. thousand won returned -
helping; ..b- the druKHtore' Acker sluggish. and Inactive the digestion Impslrad. Cream, Vermifuge has aohlev[the A Defeat IfKlon of u...I..tnna. mad to It by the New York [law firm, for DimesFor River by Daylight.

man & Stewart. Mr. Curtis expectsto with little or no appetite no am. ed a wocH wlilo reputation as being Its The mile that .a love K.. Its fraudulent employe escaped a .ohn. .
and for
spend a large part of the summer bit Ion for any thing, and a feeing. [ that beJt nf .all worm deutroyers... sud Ton cheek that w. .. hI.,1. term In Sing Sing and the man of the following: Orange Bluer Beach & Miller Line
uk unthrifty
the whole body and mind needs toning tonic Inlluennes on w The mi,*.thtit w. toyed I.el.ent-. law pocketed $20,000. as his fee.. Bins, Flaking Boxes, Hoops
vacation lit Palatka. the acidity osournans murmils-file w. l Fol.lnl
neutralizes mu
It And we
l Is that during the winter chl clrco sa Novels
up Th* trouble .-- Dictionaries. eta, Steamer CRKHCENT.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Knox, who there baa been an accumulation of of the stomach. Improves their Tot why should our grief IM..ndleotUe DON'T STARTS ln. ..JnpkaonTllleonTueailaya.Thnmlay *
digestion sud assimilation of food U out ot In. autl .''n 1. WETHEBBCE for Urean
Hurbln .1. at 5UO m.
have been spending the past two or waste utter in the system.. their nervous system and He wan a tired '\ w"'' But take Hlokerson Dyspepsia Tablets uruMien city.and principal Co.

three months at Drove Hall left for will remove It, secure .... Ute secretions. aright strengthen them to health vigor and elasticity Led in* Lord >UM.al.. la. tad they will aid you In dIgesting you? -- TruliUnd I WA
awl by IU &tooio etteat inly' restores .! ,I leavni Onarant city 0" $
exit, the purple fluid ol 0515,. food and make you feel nappy. Call and nesq
their Y. this of spirits natural to childhood In : The News Is only one dollar "
home In Brooklyn, :N. rmtora the wasted tissues and, glee Tile AmffUoil them kin about them, ..'\ are sold amguaranteed and Moodl..t 7 a. m. .
25 cents at Aokermkn *: Stsr, Pal ol ii,._ and orroIn. see : .arIssues.. This la villa.. .r. 10. tttfMU 'I
week, Mr. Knox feel that be has strength In place of wesknes III) esntst far out rI at Lound's drul ,. *ttti L. .

received, substantial benefit from 111* .okerroao Ite.....,'* Palatka, and tka.i and Lounds' drug store. CresoeoCity. .Lo>4 eessw4.\.. tr..81.D tie cant Clt J, Plan lltr. e good a Urn a* may to ..hortb wharf luo oi lt_oa.. 4 It"

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"' Senator Crlll arrived home from Metamom Is here
The Palatka Newsand 'SAlE.
TallahasHeeou Wednesday night'nnd The Steamer Metamora of Lucas LOOK OUT EXECUTOR'S

Advertiser will spend.a day or two here before line which sank near the mouth of i

returning to Tallahassee. Ocklawaha river last month,steamedup FOR MALARIA.

-- At a meeting" of the Veteran association to Its dock In this city Tuesday
'%'%*%'% An of Malaria is sure to follow Shoes and Gent Furnishing Stock % '
epidemic: Clothing
Blue and Gray on Wednesday morning bright and early towing a Of the I. M. Meyer ,
City fiapptning. and.. 2 night comrade J. A. Oralnger large lighter. the wet season and the high waters ina P '

i. was chosen color bearer for the ensuing The work of raising the Motamoiawas .which have prevailed all over the Latest styles \' I I

Personal mention g year and Julian Calhoun, completed on Manday when It I South. Malarial and kindred fevers II

s tiwv-% % m vi bugler. was thoroughly pumped. out and ex will develbpe to an alarming extent. Hats Up-ta- date Shirts Neckwear ,

Mrs. Miller of St. Augustine WaN Rev. J. S. Crowley of Lake City amined. There was not a break in I General health conditions will be bad; Panama ,

in the city several days this week. will occupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian the hull whloh was as sound as ever. awry I precaution should be taken

Oscar] Smith him been quite 111 tillsweek church next Sunday, morning This fact establishes the theory that the System Mast CsfseUlly .. for. Sales not profits Is our present object.

with fever. and evening. Mr.\ Crowley who has the boat 'I\'aallunk by listing In round- SISed. t. Resist Malarial AU..... i

Hon. K. W. Davis has been upending boon a missionary in Africa for some Ing a curve then careened sufficiently -

a portion of the week In Jacklonvllle. years will give an account of the to fill with water and<< sink. A trial of fifty yean has demonstrated Rich
Clothing-
mission work in that country at the After a little time a fire was started that for this emergency, Dr. Harter' -

morning service and exhibit some In the boilers the machinery rubbedup Iron Tonlo boa no equal. Iron I lathe
County Commissioner Hancock ofBo.t..lck curios home and the engines were fighting element In the blood and
Interesting brought by
spent portion' of the day him. A cordial Invitation Is extended They worked all right and st..rted'I''the kind of Iron supplied by Dr. Har- ': at Poor Prices.
here on Tuesday.A the kind the _
to all to attend. All seats free. was beaded for home. 'ter's Iron Tonlo is just
number of our young people en- requires to successfully combat
The band played at the stand Of course the boat will have to be I system
on
Joyed trip on the river Tuesday lower Lemon street refurnished and equipped and good malarial, conditions. Don't wait until,
night In the launch Mystery. Saturday, night are attacked. Take it now, and fortify -
and the music was greatly enjoyed deal of money spent In order to putIt you Complete Stock
Mra. Loretta Bond and Mrs. J. S. b l y large and appreciative assemblage In proper shape for the coming yourself; It Is an absolute safeguardand J& .

Courier have been confined to their of and visitors. 'season but this Capt. Lucas is prepared -I at the same time, It is the best

homes thin week with the ineanle" After the program townspeople of some dozen selections to do. The boat will also be tonic and invlgoraut for the entire sys: of Trunks; and

MUfi Edna KrowuiiiK of Francis had been finished downtown arranged so as to make a similar accident tem. On the other band, quinine disturbs ):

spent Saturday and Sunday In the the band went serenading, visiting next to Impossible. I the system and Its cumul..tlvepolllOn

city, the guest of )Miss Clyde K.te.. the homo of Mr. and Mra. Tol- Walter Watson the 17-year-old begets greater physical troubles I Dress Suit Cases
than those it Is employed( to remedy.
colored cabin boy of this city who :
,
Thomas H. Rlngham left Sunday bert, on Emmett street, where the Malaria
morning for Front Royal Va., at plnying watt resumed. went down with the boat had been I Where a bad Case of chronic '
HARTER'8FEVER
In the bold showing that he already exists, take DR. and Hand
wedged ;
which place he will\ spend the sum Mine host Savage of the Arlington made a desperate effort to escape. and AGUE SPECIFIC. It la HOWARD STYLE. Bags. .
mer. hotel has rebuilt the
platform guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents.
His body was recovered and when It
Miss Carrie Hodges of Jacksonville under the shade trees on the east BUT IF YOU WILL I
reached this city was turned over to -
and Miss Cook of Quincy, Ill., side of his house and the same will ---e::::
undertaker R. S.. Mooney. The funeral -
were In the city for a few hours last be made an Inviting resting place of Watson washeldathisformer !! IF HARTER'S ': J\ Gerber $ Sons > 19OC3 4.

Friday... for guests during the summer eve- I
home at B o'clock Wednesday' Base Ball
IRON TONICYou Guides
Raymond 11. Trueman came down nings. The platform will be provided Furniture Dealers .
from Jacksonville on Sunday and with easy chairs. Mr. Sullivan, morning.----_-_____-- Wo""' Have Malaria PrIce 91. Reliable ,

spent the day with his parent on who Is well known! and popular with Memorial lixerclscs. All dealers handle, or send to DR. Are now receiving almost dally ship. 10 Cents; By flail 15 Cents.

the Heiichts. traveling. men, is well pleased with The Daughters of the Confederacy HAKTEB: MEDICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio. mente of New Goods( In all departments. a Full
Base Ball
Tax Assessor Billiard l Is spendingthe the steady growth of his business at and the Ladles Memorial Society I Linoleums, Floor Oil Line
the Arlington.It met at West View cemetery on Sun- njy loustoaTex.ADg.1,1001.I
week In the city giving citizens -I have need Dr. Barter's Cloths and Mattings and Sporting
an opportunity to get right on the is a mutter of Interest to Palatka day afternoon to honor the memoryof Iron Tonlo myself. and ID myfamllr in beautiful designs. Goods
pnrents to learn that Miss the Confederate and Union soldiersby : for onr l..eat".I1.:y ears,and f
Mabry
assessment rolls.T. can brtllr: recommend It. 1 regard IcaS. Cameras and 'Photo Supplies.
will continue her prlvateschool at the decorating their graves with flow partlonmsrlyvemuabl.towardoamrl&S.landotbsrSevers. New Ideas In FROM B..
V. Hunks the popular merchantof St. Ueorge hotel during the coming ers. The floral offering were many 3.U.UA"I1III, and a line of Mattresses that Insure comfortable -

Satsuma Heights was in the city summer. As a teacher Miss Mabry and handsome. Land and Emigration Agt.,Frttoo Una. sleep fi .GT1AS. E.PALATKA. ROWTON

Monday on his way home from the has won an enviable reputation as After the graves were decoratedthe It(U.NO furutM Mat wren. MtlMaUl. .It tiilii.) We want you to see our new line of
lodge of Odd Fellows at Key FLORIDA.PutzZam. .
grand her past well conducted and success assemblage, Including the veterans ___ __. H. PUSH CARTS and beautiful AUTOMOBILE babies- 4 _

r West of the ful schools will vouch for, and the of the Blue and Gray,assembled Getting Down to Work. like them BABY, so CARRIAGES.will you-and the The price. ---- -ce
Mrs. N. H. Williams, wife
News does not hesitate in recom- under the large oak near the Roslg- __ +---==::::::+==::::::=====:--=+::.::-:. '
of St. James M. F. Church Mayor Steen is finding no dttlloultyIn Pictures Framed to Order. I
pastor has {tone to southwest Georgia to mending her school as one of the nol family plot, and here the service proving that thin ofllce of mayor .== :: ;: : Pharmacy: :: : ==
very best, one where the children began.; F. A. GERBER & SONS,
visit relatives and friends for the need not neeessaiily bo mere figurehead fALATKA. FLORIDA.
will receive lasting and J. N. Blackwell as master of cere-
permanent
position and, that whether It It and Embalmers.
summer. benefit.! monies, introduced Rev. N. H. Williams Undertakers Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist ,Sundries
not solely tho Incumbent -1
EH-Miiyor Stephens visited Havana of the Methodist church who or depends upon Patents.
Jim,. H. Perkins' valuable horse, lie on the theory
last. week along with a large delegation made earnestly beautiful goes PRESORIPTIONS CAREFULLY- ;
an prayer.
COMPOUNDED
Hector, was drowned In the lake that tho mayor Is director-general of IF YOU SEND YOUR CHILD
( of Odd F..llowR-r..preAonta. Then the master of ceremonies Intro
GARDEN SEED ,
FBIBH Anonla
near Mr. Weatherbee's place at Francis municipal affairs by reason of his Mrlllory St ].,,
tlves who attended the session of the duced E. Noble Calhoun, who de- to us with a prescription you can :-: .- = -_+ .
on Tuesday afternoon of this ofllce that he Is elected for
grand lodge at Koy West. week. The animal was hitched to a livered the memorial address. Mr. of direction, and Hint only when purposes he rest assured it will receive the same ____ ____ __ .___ ______ u_ _____ __ _

W. H. Mann of Mannvllle has sent wagon at the time and Mr. Perkins Calhoun's speech was a magnificentpiece hails' In this regard does he become a careful attention that it would if A. E. WILSON. GEO. E. WELCH T. 11. lIHJILLL: : ,

to( the National Zoological park, was driving. In crossing the lake of oratory and eloquence and figurehead--nil ornamental hUlL ewlt.hont came yourself. We do not be- l'BBSIDENT. Vies PIIJIIJIDENT. rA.Hlea
Washington, D. C., a rattlesnake his words stirred the feelings of his you
the horse became
and .
unmanageable Influence
or authority.It
utmost limit. At lieve in substitution. We believein THE Putnam National
Earlier In the auditors to their
nearly 6 feet long. BankOf
ran into a deep hole from which he has been many times stated thi I t
winter he shipped] a wild cat to the could not swim with'wagon; and was the conclusion of Mr. Calhoun's ora under Palatka'B new charter, which only the best purest and most

name Institution. soon strangled to death, Mr. Perkins tlon, Rev. Williams pronounced the put the enforcement of ordinances lu reliable drugs that it is possible to Pals./tka

Maj. Oeo. P. Fowler was in the city had a very narrow escape from a benediction and the assembly, many the hands of a municipal Judge thai buy. Our stock. : is In keeping with We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, ail .".radar ill

Tuesday advising lawyers, merchants watery grave himself having to In number dispersed. tho office of mayor l la a mere figure our belief. the courtesies and aooommo'laUona consistent.with good Bauki t

1' editors, bankers and otherr swim quite a distance to reach shore. There would have been a much head. -- -

stall-fed bipeds to quit their foolishness Hon. Thomas W. Ralph of this city larger; attendance at the services had If yon believe that Just you watch Smith'sIce

r and go to Hastings raise potatoes has been elected deputy gland master shower the afternoon been to fall a pretty shortly one,after but Mayor /Hteon. The new mayor takes REX PLASTERS On Mattings, Rugs
began'
( and get; rich quick and honestly. of the Grand. Lodge of Odd Fellowsof the position that to him still belongs
3 o'clock which kept a great Creamis and
' John J. Fendpel, well known to Florida. This puts him In line of people at. home. many the duty of general director. L King of All Plasterswill

everybody In Falatka was in the succession to the grand mastership .....p The message of the mayor publish'ed Floor

city on Monday exchanging salutations next. year, and to which office he will Odd Fellows' Anniversary. last week was a "co'ker"-an Innovation give immediate relief. They Delicious Coverings,

with his many acquaintances. then probably be elected. )Mr. RalphIs Pioneer Lodge of Odd Fellows In In municipal docummita. are carefully medicated in a manner 'and all kinds of up 'his, '
> tlon. It was the key note for a new Everybody says so, and what everybody Furniture
Mr. 1 Pomlrel a traveling representative one of the best posted Odd Fellows
of
which the the
this celebrated the 84th anniversary permit
city pores cool
of the Line with lieadqunrtera In order of things, the order for a for- Aays-goeR. Clean parlorfor
Clyde the country and It is the ambitionof
of the establishment of the or- kin to immediately absorb the ladies and special table for parties R. S. MOONEY
lu Jacksonville. his associates in this to ward movement. Every citizen of
city see entertain- medication. For coughs of little people. Everything In
der by giving a literary proper .
Capt. H. Y. Snow his nieces, the him at the head of the order In the ment and banquet at Fry's opera Palatka can afford! to fall In line and (and colds; for ache and pains. the way of Is making special tow> ,,11 ices]
follow the lead of the new
MlHHHg Daisy H oil In tor of Atlanta state. Mr. T. V. Hlnks of S..tsumaHeight. house evening. The house mayor. Full
Tuesday Stock of Window Shades
filled this exalted position Rend these two paragraphs from City Drug Store. Cool Drinksat
and Maude Kennerly with Miss Helen was well filled with members of the
In the year 1801-4)2.) his message again. It Is good stuff: Undertaking aol Emu IUK.
Fearnslde and Hickman Collins lodge their families and Invited "Gentlemen the curse of IndllTor our Fountain. Headquarters for

hare gone on a trip to Silver Springs One of the nicest and probably the friends and the following program entism has fallen on n large number u. Loran BAIT.BY. 11IA0. M.HlLLIAKOfi. choice Confections! Cigars, etc. Walter Thomas h88.1l
on the steamer William Howard. most enjoyable complimentary hop entertainingly rendered: of our citizens and they listen and Ice Cream made to order for par- '1'' as

Tim party left on 'rueRIII y. of the season was that given In the Opening Ode. .... . Odd Fellows give head. to those that harp on the fi.G wpm BUY I CO. ties and receptions.L. agency for ARMOUR & i Co; II impleti
list
uselessness of everything, because of of
M. J. Murphy has received a check Armory last Monday evening by the Address of Welcome-Rev. N. J. their own failures and want of practical A. SMITH,

from the State Fair association covering Gum City Guards in honor of the Solo, Tllghman.. . . Mr. A. R. Cartmel knowledge. Now we must accomplish PALATKA FLORIDA. High Grade Fertilizers. "

the amounts due to those Palatka graduating class of the Putnam High Recitation. . .". ., .. Mrs. Breeland something tills year, do the Fire Insurance: The ,, t'
exhibitors who were awarded School. While the Armory was not Violin Solo. .Master Warner Hamm best that we are able under the circumstances above firm he thinks u lu position

with the request that he uncomfortably crowded, there were Address..Mr. T. V. Hlnks and with the condition Leading American and Foreign SHOE SALE to give better vul d"" "nun any
premiums enough couples to have Solo ... .. .. .. ,Mr. John 'I' Uriftin at our command. This Is what I..U manufiiotureraln this Hue, an' 'nlynrin
turn over the amount due each party' present a Recitation. . .. .Mrs. Breeland being\ practical. The way to accomplish -- a trial order to convince m, this tat: .,
Mr. Murphy nan complied with the pleasant time. The evening was delightfully Solo .. . .Mr. M. M. Vickera anything to go and do It, Companies you
request and the state fair awards forPalatka ; cool and Invigorating and Duet.". .... ". Mrs. Smith. Mr GrlHln and not stand on the streets talking You will be Interested, it'sa Price: list furnished on application.
the young people entered Into the Male Quartette Messrs. Vickers, wlt.hLII the old moss bucks how Accident Insurance:
write
have all been settled.
Tilghman, Burdette and Cartmel things should be done and that this Money Saver. Walter Thomas,
dances with an eagerness that wan Recitation Mr. W. U. one and that one ought to do so and
A. W. Woodcock of Prin.'eton! Tiighman The Travelers of Hartford FI'.
pleasing to see. Twenty dances, Begin at once and do something, LOOK! 1'.llIllla. '"
for his Solo" ............Mn. L. A.8mltb so.
Minn., left on Tuesday home waltzes and two-steps, made up the Accompanists, Mesdames Tiighman and an soon on outsiders see us up
after about four weeks spent here and and the hours were and Hamm. and doing; they will feel like comingand i Life Insurance: One lot of Men's Shoosoldeverywhere If you want to get yoiu .lonoy'i '

at Florahome. At the latter place program on the right hand side of creeping the The address of T. V. Hlnks of Satsuma will want. to.be doing. .too." The Old Reliable "Germania to close I ...,for.. .12.70. .,.our, .price. .. $$2.36 worth, use; and Peek's see a good Pine L'Ol.i Tin ) Syrup knockout ,
:Mr. Woodcock has 20-
purchased a
dial when the music ceased and all Heights Past Grand Master of "Faith In the future of our town lint One lot Ladles Fine Shoes (Improved).
acre peach orchard with a hOI(proof departed for home. the order In Florida showed that begun to dawn upon our people and Life" of New York can't be bought anywhere in _

fence. Mr. Woodcock expects to return These Syrians! didn't come down gentlemen up as an Ideal Odd Follow they need to have the examples of the county for less than $2.75, : .1-1.1'( Buys a Good New SKWISO:

next fall and eventually hopesto "like a wolf on the fold," but Moses and one whose heart and soul Is In ,orable prosperity body.set Prosperity for them by l is your like a lion disease Marine Insurance: our price.. ......... ......... II.2) .31 1.1 Store.MACHINE: at John Jloiul' Kucket
to the to reside
come county per- the work and who believes in the
Saucer he and Our Men and Women's -
thought they might, so I -It becomes contagious
manently. swore out a peace warrant in Judge over-shadowing principal of brother. 'spreads; let the citizens see that you The Leadimg CompaniesAll Shoes cut to . ....... $2.25WLUO. I Go to Mrs. Puddy's Cent ml L m*
:Miss Little Fry In at home again Coxe's court the other day against ly love for which the order contends. area progressive council and they Every Shoe In the house liaiThad on street. for chickens and eggs! Also -

after visit of some time with her Abraham, Tony and S. Shauiis Mr. Hunks was worn out from travel will progressive catch the also.Infection I ask and' become co- Claims Promptly Its price cut In the same proportion. Groceries. -

sister Mrs. Herman Lynn, In !Ht, Syrian! fruit vendors at the corner of having but late the night before returned operation and sympathy In your uphold Settled. I I. FOR BENT.-Hurt (''>l''!"(e-7
Augustine. While away Mia Fry Sixth and Lemon street Saucer from a trip to Key West ing the law." Jacobson, rooms Madison street J L llt'BT.

sustained very painful injuries by swore that the 8hnml 's had. threat- where he attended the grand lodge. The mayor has already entered'upon Office 28 Front Bt, FALATKA. FLA Palatka Fla. Young Jersey Cows for sale, f"1

being thrown from a buggy. She I.sl Is ened to kill him and that he was With such men as Mr. Hicks and N. his campaign. The streets are I W. H. MANN; Interlachen 1o"1It-

able to be out again now, and her dying dally through fear that his J. Tiighman vouching for the beneficent I being cleaned! and filled In where :

many friends trust she will soon recover -precious gore would be spattered mission of Odd Fellowship, the needed. He has also l ordered cow Fresh Fish. : Let Us Fin.New Under Arlington Hotel iimnnifeiiient.l'.hdkft, '

r from the effects of the unfortunate upon the streets of Palatka and that order In Palatka should have a steady owners to.oomply strictly with the Meals 60 eeuts. new '

accident. he wouldn't know( where Moses was growth In numbers and influence. ordinance which prohibits cows. from a. KnQwYourGrocery -
s -... aFire -- Fa atka flan eaters are notified that FOBBKNT./ -lainos.-Ms It-room
of Palatka anchored In the streets. This
Quite a party being
young at when his light went out. There
at Crescent City. they can generally find Fresh Water Mat and bath hot and cold water.
m people went to Crescent City last wasn't any such danger but to quiet The residence of-Thomas Hinch. order will eliminate the cowslip or Flub at the lUn house on the dock Wants Apply W.A. MEBBVPAY _
Saturday/ to enjoy the trip and the his fears Judge Coxe placed the bovine( trade-mark as sidewalk at the foot of alley facing Fllnn's

ball game. Among those who attended Shamln'ii under peace bonds of tWo cliff at Crescent City was totally de- obstruction to the social function. cigar. factory, foot of field street. and there will be 00 ground of complain New Arlington: Hotel 1'IIIIItk

l were Mrs. Dr. Rosenberg the each. Now Moses breathes easy. stroyed by fire at an early hour Wednesday ..-.. No Fish dressed, delivered or charged at the quality. Fla. Ask for our summer rate for
Particulars to table board.
Misses Kstan Rosenberg Jean Ell morning. as We have all the leading _
v The gymnasium apparatus former. the cause of the fire are lacking. It "Mighty Popular Man.
wood Nellie Davis, Olive Thomas Palatka Fish Co. The Great told the Imllalli.and .
ly used by the Knocker's Athletic BREAKFAST Spirit
I Is stated that Mr. Hinchclilf was out CEREALS
and Rosalie Price Capt H. Y. Snow Two Citrus county farmers were In they told us about the phenoiny
Club Is the of
and Messrs. R. Raymond and Joseph now property the Gem in the grove some distance from the our ofllce one day recently, and M. J. Trueman Plvthe&.rKial1! of the FRESH VABIJ.BX. nal curative powers of OL'kLA-i '
Price Jr. City Guards, having been acquired house, and that Mrs. Hlnchcliff was among other things, they talked gets musty or mouldy In WATHA. You can find out about II
by purchase from that organization In the kitchen engaged In preparing about was the gubernatorial race. nana er. this plume' \>.a don't keep our stock at the Putnam Pharmacy. _

i. Dr. Chas. A. McMurry has been engaged this week. The Knockers disbanded breakfast at the time the fire was Due remarked that "Congressman all we soil it-it'sgolag out aDd coming In lilac
for an address at St. James some time ago for lack of Interest.All the time. MALE HELP.-Men-out .;
discovered. The fire had made w'
Davis was a mighty popular man in Atlantic Coast Line trated catalogue explains how ;
y H, E. church in this city on the evening of Tuesday evening the soldiers great headway before discovery, for Florida, and It looked like he. could llallroad. We make a leading specially teach barber trade in short time! 'f: '

of May\ 12th. His topic will be were busily engaged In dismantling It l Is stated that everything In the get anything he wanted In the political Southern Baptist Convention and Aux of the beat mailed free. Moler College >e.<(

"Kducatlon". All who heard Dr. the old club room and moving the house was consumed. Mrs. Hlnch- the iliary Societies, Savannah Ga", MST 7- Butter Orleans Lit. '
line.. "Yes? replied: other IKOS Atlantic Coast Line offers rates and Cheese
McMurry at the opera house last goods Into the Armory. Within a cliff was quite severely but not dangerously "and one thing that has made him so one first-class fare plus 25 cents for Teas Miss Mabry will continue prh ':
will to learn short time the Guards will have I and Coffees.We h"rIP .,
Friday evening rejoice one ; burned about the head and popular amongst the masses, are, he round trip tickets from Montgomery( vate school Bt the He.! Seho., +
that they will have an opportunityto of the best equipped athletic clubs to shoulders In an effort to save some hasn't got this fool 'big-head' with Albany Lake City, Jacksonville and In have a very fine blend "' Coffee during the sum mer months.

hear him to better advantage! on a be found anywhere in the state. A articles and which she was obligedto all his) brains, and he ain't above Inclusive termedlate; from points other to b8 points sold May May 8-7th 4-7th': 15 cents or a pounds for i)5) cents that Bt ors solicited. -

toplo for which he has gained an International short meeting was held when the abandon to the flames. anybody. Why, sir if you or I Inclusive with return limit May aoth' you pound.oan't duplicate ID this city a' ao<> per WANTED-Housekpepornnd com-

reputation.Last company assembled for drill and seven The Hlnchcliff residence was a should meet him In Washington; 1903. By deposit of ticket by original I'aulon for lady having rlea-Iol!

Sunday was the 84Hi anniversary names were presented for membership pretty home situated on the west Jacksonville, Palatka, or anywhere purchaser with special agent Savannah, highest We can also supply; ;you with the very; home out of town. Mldd... aged widow ?,
between
the hours of grade Collee.It .
H
a m and 8
and elected p. Ill. partlclIlslB
of the founding of the order of unanimously as shore of lake Stella. The Hlnchclllfs else, dressed like we are. with ihese and upon payment of foe of DO cents lady preferred. For
its
at
Follow: Albion Devereax, Jerome are mlddje aged people, haveno he would time of deposit FRESH GBOOEBIES ;you want call at Palatka N eWI.. _
, Odd Fellow., and In accord with the old clothes on, recognizeus eitonsloo until Juno 1st ail on
/ Bruce Judge Walton, Albert Mar- children and have resided at and treat may bo secured. Excellent train
annual custom of the Palatkn, lodge us just as nicely as service Notice.
attend some church service In a vlok George Patrick Valery Thomas, Crescent City many years. They though we had on the finest kind of quick schedule.. L. C. STEPHENS 'III' '
The month of :
W. Smith. lI"ylo Savannah Is delightful Th Ward of Counlf romlnl li>n
W. This addition
,i body, the members marched to the and are among the best, most highly esteemed suite; and would finally take us by and with the number of adjacent mlt. bl>l>for a brume l .Soma I"J'"".Tii,"'
evening service of St. James M. K. brinKs the membership of Co. "D." citizens of the place and In the arm and say. ', 'come on, gentleman resorts a visitor cannot fall to enjoy the Klrby and Morris 8tt., Falatka. FIR. Unniforinnieoikn...10.,11..11 .i,hucr bo.noilnn-ollnrf.>nstllio. "'.sr4M.J: ma"ial. '
up to 42 men, and the recruiting com the loss of their home will trip. 0 '- ephon,84.n< .will ". nnr,
Church South and listened to an pretty let's go and take something to- bring the the board serving""Jyubpil. "
mittee there Ticket agenU. will give full goods to ;rou. ail bl.t.. : ramerr.{|
reports are yet a number Informa.
have the sympathy of all. It is for Bob Davis
able discourse by the pastor, Rav. N. gether. Yes,sir,I am Uon, W. H. Lamar Division April XI:, 1909.WANTEDPAITEFITL. _
of available young men to be had. stated that the property was well in- Governor to Passenger
H. Williams, himself a member of For anything from up- Agent Savannah Ga. pf/RI4IJoiM: :
the order. The only odd thing about Two drills a week la now the order sured. President. And they left the News -as- Studytgatnew.'y : narehmU::: 7uudee.nta

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