The Palatka weekly advertiser
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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: July 10, 1903
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00079
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW.SEI-U'S: ; VOL. XI, NO, 28. PALATKA, FLOIUDA; FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1903. ; '..) :' N '. :.rj, Pet: Year.

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, Mig $ nJ.rner.CLOTHING:
,-. Of the Bins man Is heir to, tho worst '" -rs-ball
JackHonvllle Tim Llvn Oak base team has
flf all U It Is said that The Metropolis never
Ignorance THE CELLAR sacrifices patriotism or religion for IronpeJ out of the recently orgauiseil '

IgnorAnce on tho"part of any ono In ---.t.... buuluesa. 11ayhe.that'. why It Him th eastern League. 4
I regard to the law Is no excuse If at grows so font. There was no Metropolis \ Uov. Jennings and family have returned
any time, having broken the law, be OHgltml.J( last Saturday, the }'ollrth.alld to Tallahasseeafter a rest at '
Tom O'Neill wa a fool and a ranson.n thousands of people[ I all over the Llicii-.old home In. ISrooksvllle. x
pleads the ..altle as au exonnu. bo 1
ikr. '..i ,I .. I bad married Jenny Cone, tha girl state who rely on It us a in",iliiiui forgetting There In said to be a good deal of
with God, uo one can plead Ignoranceas of Ills choice, befyre h* bad put by their dally Information and smallpox Just "over the Florida line
to bin exlHtnnoB, for he can, If h" political gossip' went to bud that In Georgic. about Thoumsvllla.
and since I could
Of a texture that has wearing qualities; which comes in shades will, know him., To know him, It In any ready money hft nlgl.t feeling KB If fumiethliiir important E. J, Rogersanegro living'at Dins-
not always get work wes not )prosper- heir
that LOOT( COOL, and are COOUEK( which has sTYLE'nCut.and required that we first bollevn In hlv was mlHHlng from dally morn, Duval 1 county, was struck:
| ous.. There la eu old allying, "A foul for life. And there was ton Tim Metropolis 1
and killed
I lnlsh--that is the sort of Clothing that men should existence Th requirement may many luck and a poor wan for children: ," and IB a great paper, und nothing by Monday lightning( ern\.lon. Instantly q
seek. We have the not meet with our' Ideas of what no helps title to iv full .reull/.iitlbn ,
Tom Illustrated last
largest line of certainly the part
Hhould l be demanded on the part ol' of I lint fact an a Sunday or: holiday" The Socialists ,have nominated B.
of the adage. OlnlHBlOll. P. Dunning a Jacksonville mill
Tropical Worsteds and Tropical God, nevertheless that he baa givenus ; One night after Tom and hi. family wright for governor. The organlza-"

Homespuns a way by which he may be known bad gone to bed there cume a rap at Our old friend 'I'. B. Hartlg well will start a paper to spread Its doctrines

Is testified to by thousands now alive, bin door. On opening It be saw a man remembered In Pal tka"" editor of and Us-money. j
Ever brought to Palatka. These suits- the IDEAL the East KlorlcllMn In ItKN linn again
and many gone to their rest.. Kxpur- who looked more like' a rag picker Several counterfeiters, all white

SUITS for gentlemen. And the best of it all Is, they representa fence, the grunt teacher of us all, ball than anything else landing at the ,, entered at the Zolfo.newspaper clown( In Held I)., Hoto thisLimo have been' arrested at Lawtey antitaken

whole lot of elegance and hot weather comfort for a little shown to man ns nothing else, thatIf door tie naked Tom If be was not a county. Hilt paper Is called the leboto to Jacksonville to awaIt trial ,.
his desire Is strong enough, his inuHou. When Tom replied that be Wd.Ule County Advertiser. and theme In the'U. H. Court. The tiles and
money.Negligee man asked him If he would do a who have seen it say it Is a winner. moalds for making the money was
humility sincere; his need great Job of work for hint tbat ulght. Since Hartig In ono of the bright newspaper found in possession of the men.

Shirts --- B- enough, that by living a. life ns there was nothing In the hqjise for men of the, state, and there in The ''iackson'llle & Southwestern

r nearly like Christ's as poBHlble. he breakfast and tbe stronger agreed to nothing like a political scrap to Knilroad which runs from Jacksonville II

will be convinced of the existence of pay him 12: It be would work until bring out the best that III In him.'' to Newberry, Fin, a distance of ', a
We have the largest line of Negligee Shirts ever shown It this God., morning, Tom agreed, whereupon His paper Is not published at the :85; miles and was built by the Cum. i

city. All desirable makes and patterns. One lot of dozen county capital but. after he gets to mater Lumber company, bus been purchased .
be with
300 Men. plead today that they know taking his tools, went out the going good and plenty Its safe to say by 'the. Dutton Phosphate
pretty and desirable patterns, sold everywhere in the country at'' not God. Of course they don't and man. wbo after blindfolding' him led that his publication office will be : company. of Uainvs\ lllo.

75 cents, will be closed out' at 50 Cents. Pay you to 'grab never can while they' -willfully do blm a about small In cellar a tortuous where course he removedthe and Into the His political old lends capital In Putnam of the comity county; Prof. C. W.; Vaughan; of Kiifiiula. .

nothing to make hla existence a realIty elected of '
Alil-ia been
them quick. bandage: The place was lighted bya will toe man wish him good luck.: principal
KTo be hottest; to be Just, to bkind" .; candle. the Gainesville graded and high .\,
be Cartoonist Taylor of the Metropolis school In place of J. W. Wldeiimn.Prof. .
ho merciful to all
to things
inMen's ,
Everything "I want you to take up a portion of has issued a book oontiiliilnir- Vaughan Is about 11I1) years of
i held most dear by men la the world, the cement floor and dig a grave," said best of his comlCl creation which IH age'and is now taking; a post grudnnln .' i'

to be all tonne. things Is to be like the man. now on gale at Drew's Jacksonville. course In. the University .of Cltl- ,!1'

- Furnishings and Men's Shoes. Christ- The world cares nothing for Tom set to work, took up an oblong Taylor IB one of the best cartoonistsIn I ago; .;

purity. The gratification of all appetites portion of the floor and dug a grave Mm United States. He not only 'Conductor Singletary of the Seaboard !\

of a lower kind It considers 6 feet by 2. Then tlie rug picker mounted possesses the skill to .
a flight of steps, opened a door and bet the ability to endow them with wounded by Engineer Mattulr" at .; !
necoHBiiry., Honesty Is only required shoved tbe end of a pine coffin shaped point,' and that Is mmiethlnic that Archer on Saturday/ evening. lust.Tli .

Fearnside Clothing Co. as long nfl a man by being honoiit can box through the opening. Tom took I con he said of coimmrallvclv Cow.of wounded man was taken to
the o'lrlo"1l1l..tll. of: 110 tiny. His book
better his own condition.. HonestyIn hold, and tbe two carried tbe box and Wnldo for treatment. Mattalr was
Itself IH,, adverse. to all worldly lowered It Into the'grave.A should have a ready Bale among those arrested at Bronson. 'The cause af
who would rv/t/ the hoim-ly fea
prop stated
Is not
Uk-nlu To bo righteous Is only approved barrel of cement stood ready, with turns of every dny politics In,Florida.Leo the shooting
Telephone Palatka Florida. of by the world III so far that everything needful for mixing It. Tom .. A, camp of Confederate veterans a

by doing, right the condition of the was directed to lay the door, smoothing XIII the venerable pontlll of was organized at Monticello on Sat .
accordingly, I III thereby It so that when tbe cement bad the Roman <:tholla church lies lliday the' Fourth, wltU Kx-U. S.
man noting Samuel Pasco comman-
the Vatican. A great man Senator l
become old would notice that
no one
benefited.. Self Is the groat god of has been named tw
the of dir. The camp
la portals
., the floor bad been disturbed. Tom looking
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=- --7- r mon's adoration In tho world. The the Great. n yonll. Whim nil old Patton Anderson Camp, No Ml,
who was suspicious that a murder' had ; honor of Den Patton Anderson who
world(. will never acknowledge until man goos to 'r"op the well-earned is.
I ill I. our,ill. liL i I 41@N I'' been committed, looked about blm to ward uf a life well, spent for the good went,to the war from Mantle e ll O.
r do the God of the Igraelft
forced to so,
oUll ij 1 discover something by which be might
of others the world stops long II. O. Clark and Timothy Bailey
/ s -*, the Messiah of the Hebrews, for Identify tbe cellar t1aO\tllh there was I enough to Bays "lie wee a Rood and prominent citizens of Newbnrry,

r ;, ill t! the reason that ho came not demonstrating no probability of his ever coining Into faithful servant." That IK what the Alachun county, have been arrested +'

fi 'Ijll14 !III't; o! jgli,! worldly power, but the pow It again. There was absolutely nothing world will any of Pope Leo It his on u charge of breaking and entering. p7
Clear Havana!! Cigars f ;
m&ffSMfmThat( ; ,',' er of love and that Is distasteful unusual In the place and all Tom present Illness terminates fatally. It In charged that after the county
; $ { ; i Christ could do when the rag picker's back Tlio aged prelate hits. neon ninety- went dry these men on several occasions -
5 Cents world. was by
Straightwill I the relented
and them
r i' ( turned to make eras three years roll by years broke Into the closed saloon of {,
was was a on
J ''p ?'t Hi!! '! men of the world 2,000 years ago can '.h.Brp have brought to him more than the J. JD. Guthrie "add appropriated d
iiI111Iti' the laid cementwith the
t4a'I inp II.a allotted sin of trouble falling to
be plate 1 on It be expected that men entirely of !) liquors.
.d blade of bin knife. When the job was moat mnn. For sixty-six years In
the market 1 ,aa. the wTirld today will do anything but nulnhed the rag picker blindfolded the different capacities, from a local Albert Frey a popular New York '

ill ... II, Nit reject him, also? Men .don't know Tom again and led him out of the cel sundeacon to trio papal throne, the traveling, salesman was drowned in
Uod. Why? because they will nut. lar.. After taking him over a winding highestearthly honor known to the the milt at Pablo Beach Sunday af

JUlY II 1903. They despise the teachings of Christ course Anally the rag picker said: Catholic church, he him served his ternoon. IFr"y.'wnll'' 'aiyouug man. k
Y4n6sawHudiuFXwJdrBa6r.W.Dav/e. .
'. ) religion. and his people He hue well-known In Jacksonville, and It
because they were God's. teachings "I am going to leave you' now. Count
lived fur one thing alone, and that Is stated that he was the sole support ;
"Our Bob" ii is Winner. Order now of the before Christ came Into the: world. COO, and when you' have done so. take ',the interests 01-his people, the ad. of a widowed mother; further that ill
n off the bandage. If you remove It before
Ignorance of God Is a sin. Ignorance vaneeniene his churchly faith. A he was to have been married on his

,von come In and try. a pale of our today Is the-greatest; sin man Is heir yon have made the count_ you mail of great learning and intelligence return to New York. ?'
El Perfecto Cigar IVFFg Company, '' will. be.a dead man.,_Xou 'wlllla d on [ he has used I thtwo attainments
to for the reason that; tt Is In hUpower J. W. Wood a young white-man ,
Shoes. his faithful toliowerH'a..lvantal "
$3.00 the ground something worth much for ('
1'a1J tk.a Florida. 'to dispel It, and he chooses to bin skill and tact hits been arrested at Monticello on a
agreed -A burn diplomat
mom-t you tlian. t e arm' I to Tam.
: to
_. ___ ____ -- If the- 'shoe you'poit'lt, ,on': 1f 'the be Ignorant rather than to have the pay you." have been brought Into play again' charge Wood of bigamy was arrested and at Tampa

price plnasos you put on Its mate light.: As 8t John says,."This Is the Tom counted 600;' then, after considerable and again and through that It mightaid them! nations other, to Ca.t) April, but made his escape while
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condemnation, that light Is come Into delay'' removed bill bandage. men out looking for bonds.; He has beenat
the price and walk out with I| untangle raveled chains and
the, world and men loved darkness On the ground before him was a pieceof break the links. liberty since.) It is alleged he has ,

the Skllsfiiutton that 'you rather than light, because their paper on which was written In pen When any man tins lived his lifewell a. wife In Jacksonville and one at ;
have on a pair of Shoes deeds were evil."-Ilev. F. H.Hlchey cll: and lived It longer than threescore Palmetto, Beach, near Tampa.
In'8t. "Always get at least a portion of and ton,' the mere passing Fred Kwart of Key West has been
comfortable' ,..stylish Mnrk'n, Messenger your pay before doing work." away Into another world does not convicted of murder in the first degree

and at' a price Thug Ten year paused. Tom remembered mean much. If the dying man and sentenced to hang. } wart,
** leaves behind him the rucord of an enticed Frank
the picker's advice and would who is a young man tf
that : Slight Injuries often disable a man and rag honorable past he knows that the Will taker, a carpenter, on board a
BUY assure you a saving on your' purchase.Sim cause several daya' logs of time and have profited by It, but there was so future Is his. He has given his hoBtagea schooner to eat clams and while
when blood polflon develops, sometimes little work to do that be was obliged to fortune and fears not the re-. thus engaged! attacked him with an
Refrigerators. result la Ions of a baud or limb ChainbevlaJn to take his chances for pay. lie was I suit. axe with which he killed him. The
Your 'a Pain Balm Is an antioeptlo liDo turned out of one house after another If a few days ends. the life of Pop. murderer confessed Ills crime. The P

Rny .them here. We Lily ) linent. When applied to cuts bruises till he brought up In a deserted hovel Leo it will not be his own people motive for the murder was robbery.
sod burns It them to heal quickly was'an alone who will mourn him, but the
Summer causes on a lonely road, It autumn Rev, and Mrs. J. C. Ley of :Mlca- +
sell the best makes-thosewliicTi \ and without maturation and prevents day when the family went there, and .ntlre'worl, In almost every nook celebrated their golden wed- ..
: r any danger of blood pol on. For sale by Jenny sat down a and and corner, will breathe forth, regret nopy their home !'4 J
r4uiretbnt [littleice I'Necessities on stump beganto for his demise The universe ding anniversary at on ,
& Stewart
.Atikerraan cry. I will not grieve for htm as a priest, Saturday, 'the Fourth of.J ul)'. Two y!

aud that is quite an .Store >Married. "Never mind dear girl* said Tom : but as a man who has fought the son,' one the Methotllat pastor at .' "t
HERE cheerfully; "fool. are usually cheerful good tight and dies honored. Not as Fernandlna, and another presiding
important\ feature whon 'On Wednesday, morning at 9 o'clock; under misfortune. It's darkest before I prelate will he be regretted I. but as elder of the Methodist church at ;

ice is high.Washing. n. m. mcmr 'prop In. Ulgh Springs,l Mrs. Maud Carter, day. Maybe something will turn up""Or I" man who has loved his follow men.As Tallahassee, were present. with other their ;. ,J"l
,, families a 8 also were many
head of vast
And Now formerly Miss Maud Castello of thin' down, added the wife with afresh the a congregation Kev. Mr. Ley Is the oldeMt -
Machines. 'PalatKa florlda city, was united In marriage to Mr, I burst of tears. his end will be deplored.father.and he. will member; the Florida Conference I b

If Jos.'O'Bannon. 'The young couple Tom who was never Idle when there be When mourned the as end a loving comes, whether It of the."Methodist Episcopal,church, 'Ji'
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Tho'Rohab\tI\ Makes to do, set'about gathering South.
stopped over In Palatka Wednesday be hovering very near or whetherIt '
that are on the clothes YouWant Wedded at McMeeklii. 'ev..nlng.' and 'complimentary hop the fallen wood lying about, which he may be a little longer away It will "''A''dispatch to the Metropolis from ;1.

easy A pretty wedding. was celebrated was given them Itbe Armory On carried Into the cellar. After carrying see the passing of a man beloved by Bartow says a shocking/ accident! occurred
and easy to operate. Do at the Methodist church, McMeekin, In the first load ha came out with a singular his own follower. Autl resreeted by at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ii 4
Thursday' morning! they resumed expression on his face and asked the universe, or Will Stuart In the Polk Lake settlement 1i;
not buy till'you've seen 7. Thuro
line. oontratlufc parties wero flea Anna brief honeymoon will be spent. glass that bis youngest boyMAd used Brown' ol mouths-old baby girl. The mother y\
our Senator Charles Monroe
Save Money Waldo and Mr William Slnnnoe. Miss Je and the little one was following "
Tba ceremony was performed by Rev Miss Mania Vlnaon 'of Tallahassee, blm, and be returned to the cellar. Into the guoernatorlal race with both hei yard about.. The mother's attention :.;;

Mr. MollttB the presence of large accompanied the bridal 'party from Presently be went upstairs and told bid feet and Is said to Imagine he Is running was called to something; the house ,

ciThjf relation of the friends"of the 'High Springs to Palatka. wife that they were In the house when fast and furious for Tallahassee. and she went 1 In. leaving the little I.,.

I R tt1ierly' lafdwar; Company bride and Rrooni.Immediately .-' ; ...a- he hnd bellied ,make a burial. The terrible earnestness. which characterized one playing In the yard. In some .

after the ceremony' a YotiB DatiooiaT WILL Bur IT BACK.:. Jenny was depressed anew at having : his entrance but emphaelses way tbp child managed to climb up
.. the general belief that he will
to live over a corpse and declared that onto the side of a tab of water In theE
,LEMOM ST., A.LATKA., FL.-A.;: reception was held- 'at* the residenceo You ....uio.. no risk when you buy she would not go to bed that night till become winded before the people are headlong into the

( Pc./l'aik, and' Ijlils was generally Cha IUberl.lu'* Colic" Cholera and Dlar- Tom bad taken the horrid thing up made aware that he Is running. b it warms drowned.

__ ______ __ ___ __ -- J Atterided. rtt' "a Remedy Aokerman A Stewartwill and burled It In the Tom who failed chairman '
__ __--l. ____ ._ : refund your money If you' are not wood. Oovernor Jennings" to. announce John S. Bennett of Lawtey, '
r The bride Is a popular ivounfi lady satisfied a'tot lining. It. It Is everywhere was a patient fellow, first prepared anew at F.uatla or Tavares, x>n the of the board of county commissioners 1,
N: t Asl3agtor:: : :::Sotei::: :, who came from Brooklyn N. Y., and admitted to be the moat aucceseful remedy burial place, then opeuad the grave Fourth which one uf the public omens of Bradford county, has been Y

I has resided In, MeMeoklit several la use foe bowel romp slats and the In the cellar and after much difficulty,, ha Intended to appropriate. arrested on a warrant issued by the
LEMON ST. fALATKA.TwablnoKdriomBonttandlBK. 'L.A. There are at least two to be filled In United States court charged with
Mr. Simmons c"me'lrom"roohvUlo. only one that never tails It Is pleasant, (for Jenny could not be bought to help
; 11"1('on.nl.ne lo Onion Depot> lllilhl In >plndliuloUu > year .; '' safe and reliable, 8 him) got the box much rotted,, out of Florida next year either, ,one,. oS cruelly maltreating had an. orphan girl
will oh 1C I.
at about his his
"place whloh he regards e ae. 19 years eld who been In employ ,

bed .thorauglilr. ...no"""". nosy. ,Clean and HonmlUn. JI..I and CoM Bnth.. understood Mr. 'aud Mrs....Simmons. ,Judge Wills\ of Eighth Judicial its resting place and carried it partway He can not readily haudlei, more for, a month and. half. Th. '
''' 1M' up the steps to the ,cellar door. than one of them and if certain to leave Bennett'shouse F.
girl attempted
n....mpl. Room Kate. tee: and K.OO l per' Our will.In future reside. circuit IIIM bustled a writ of mandamus There It slipped -from him and ,J
.. .... which ha away newspapers are to be relied on, other but ha want after bar and
T lihon"
OAioera.$ Installed., requiring that otllclal to try the case pieces'Toni for the nubile service are simply be- cruel manner with a stick: raising .; i

OK APPLICATION FOR Pioneer LOdge- Odd :Fellows Installed of the State, vs. John W Wldnman turned 'round expecting to sees ing held up by the governor until great! :: welts on "her arras and body. '"

NOTICE Tax OF APPLICATION FOB NOTICE Tax Deed Under fimition, tI of. Chapter the following offloers at Its upon a charge' of assault and battery, ghastly. corpse but Instead saw several such time asha sees lit to decide The girl Is now In charge of Bis. I !d I\jf'
peel Under Heotlon of ChaptorHH which he Others however
wants.' at 8U Joseph's Convent
-- "" tar Ann
show he docs coin rolling'over the floor, 8ul. I
why not
or cauan
of Florid "
48HH! L\ws meting'ton'Tuesday night!
Laws of regular! ,
; ForldA.-- believe that the governor Is waiting Bennett will be tried for peonage !'
', Notlqe. Ia,'/hereby given that O. II.EwliiR. Nutlos !I- hereby I given that E. D. Nt 0.; B. 1.. Lyons' Val; H. JiMultlsf ,Wldeninn as principal of the Uslnt'avllia lug an ax. he completed) the destruction to see whom the democrats of the ; ,
Cnrtlfloate school It ls claimed had \ ,
Tax cruelly
purchaser of of the box and found that It was '
purchaser. of Tax Certificate & t. n Ste1Ler'Trras! :, L. country agree upon for presidential Wellor 't.he"yet.
o. ; H.
: > Kev.
dtitod the 4th day ol Juno, A. whlpjiod a pupil eight-year! old' Reginald
Nif. D. No 4M, full of gold pieces. .
Jits, dated of A. should the
the July in which
1st day timber event
A.:Mullls nf Mr W. ,.... Smith. and well ,beloved. Episcopal
milli eran
la *
WurdenvD 1
1901 Id D.1HU4, has tiled said. certificate my Stephens; ; ,son a ; be cried.
has -fllml said. cenllloute "Jenny. "coma hero Tha man selected prove agreeable. the Jacksonville died in
my offloit. and b..male.ppllogtloafOrtax omue, and has In made accordance application. / with for law tax Conductor" ,jW-Mobleyj I, O.,: J'. ner.. mid to" try the the'comity case It Is claimed didn'twant coffin's broken and the .corpse rollIng governor might'; decide FO become his clergyman that city at of 7 o'clock last Monday

deed to taaue In mooordance with law. deed certificate to Issue embraces the following M.U.gau; O. U.. 3* W. Uopeland; th.."'child1 :was whipped almost Into about on the flood"Jenny ', running: mate. morning: Dr.;.Weller was the son of
.Bald oertlaoate embraces the followlotf described situated ,ln Putnoin U.. B. N. 0.> D. O'Urlaooll; I* 6UN. unconsciousness, and at the time the gave a shriek, "hot"i morbid the late Rev. George Weller, of Philadelphia

dwerlbed' propertyaltaatod' In, Fiitnatu county, p..r..rty. wit r O.; J. ..-Qoxat' R.' S.: V; 0., IU B. affair* w_ the..: sensation of GalnrsvlUa. fascination which Impels people to l look J Oen.Robert Bullock of Ocata(; will where he was born April
county, Florid, to-wit II township 10, Vi: Plorrld.' at awful'Bights led her to the cellar not be candidate for governor in 16. IIIH.:! thus making blm 76 year of
a Nil of oW } section Roland. ; I> H. K; O.; B.
] of ae{ DreW t. section 21.. township '. the JIIII4 primary. He has said 1 as lest April. He was ordained apriest ,
10, range, "S+-t3o! acres.Thaaatd range U7-40aores.The The degree team meets Wench L f Tu. Bose WORM MKUICINB.. door and the sunlight shooting through much and that nettles It.' The General age In the Protestant Episcopal
.,,101 land heing'aeseeeed at the a small window showed her the shin
land "ssed at theaiktaofthe aiiit has belt ofllooHol r
being as of such certlilcateIn Monday" nllht.for. practice, [tfho.eoretaryreque.ts Dot'P. many political Church .In iSad'and' he came toJ&II1I&00.111e
date of the Issuance Iumpe.'Druggist, Lolghton ing gold.
teeu'e; too Itf such ear 11 floats ? honor and emolument bin day .
\ ) and .umed..tbe ,
full InUtft ""
lit l tha'name of M. O. Land*'*. Unleassaid the nanl of Unknown.. Unlesi a attendunqe.Tha A'a, write: "Ona of my ountouiers had Inquiry revealed to Tom' that the and In all of them he has served his rectorship of St. John's Epiacopal -
: Bald certlHcate shall\ be redeemed first degree will b< given on the a child which was sick and the* up ail .
oertlnoate shall be deemed accordIng house had once: beea habited by a rag state with honor ana distinguished. Church on June 18th of that year
to law, tax dead will Issue thereon. on according to law tax deed will Issue next meeting-alghtrJuly 14th the food,.could retain nothing. on Its stomone. picker who was suspected of being a ability, It can never be said of him and continued In that relation for /
H. bottle
4tu day of August, bought ona- of Whitx'a
the 4th day of August.; A. D. 1003. thereon--on soaond: degree on.:July SUt and the Cream) Vermlfone and It 119 miser. But tha man was dead, and no that be has been'a ehrunio office nearly' twenty years, and finally resigned -
Witness myotnotal algnatute' and seal 1101 HHthv brought op. knew who b. whether b.had seeker, for he ha refused. the use of much to the regret of thepaulahonere.
Witness official slgnatur'l'aml seal third degree on July worn. from' the ehlld. It's, th.. boas ana was. or, ,
this my
his he .
th.ld times than ha.consented.
day' of July A D.11110. A' D medicine In the .. ." any relatives.Tom name more ... He waa afterwards
this the and day of July ,1U03. worm .rlol WhitesOreauuVatmlfuge
When tie has been
[SMI, ; a
) little ; below rector of Bt. Stephen's Church Jacksonville -
"Man wants but ,
PRICE I also the house and
JOSEPH the ohildrena'toulo bought graduallyreplaced
Clitfc taourt florIda [|S alf : candidate, It to .
Circuit Putnam c. o:. was response fop about six yearsDr.' .'
I Clerk Ct. Ct.at Putnam county, FIprt. but. one of the \most Important thingshe Ik Improvra their dltieatloa and and enlarged th. space It occupied OlllthL
< .. what be believed popular demand .. bill wife and
cany.n paoi.h'l'I' If tot ----- deed want Is a suit of Clothes.Vou as Initiation of b..dStrengthen. theirnervnugsystem Rla wife and'chlldreri _rotw.1I Well .U survived by
apeak. I.lna will sell them at I.M for his ,ervloe.'In.thep".nt the following children. .MI'II'W. A.
Th Atlantic Count got Moyrir's.: and rntores them to the .
you ean easily\ learA by lending" two fhtltitnore-Md.., dressed, .and general prosperityreigned Instance bin name was advanced by Hour!( -of J..ra.ooylU."Mre. B. W.
a..nte.lft'po.taK..to W. H. Leah round trlp.tlo..ta ', .atutwi health vigor and ebuitlcity uf spirits In the family. No one knows oversealousfrl.mls. and the mannerIn Helvenaton and Mrs. I. T, Carroll, of
ona Netioe.fh1Neetlft.
fare one dollar ebifdhasf961 Aekarmaa
for plus ai
Ulvlnlom aimMirerAsent) ; Atlantic one return tilt when) Tom got his funds. and no one which the all too previous announcement Live Oak Fla : Charles K. Weller
Coast Gi... I Itl. 19 and itoih, good to MomoHarRoolAfV! ''will *. Btewairt': P.hatk."aad. Lounda' Oreaenntoity -
Line RailroadSavannah, on payment of another TheLcdlbk ..*. -. find out. for he to his own banker,' 'wasi' received., by rLbe, and Alfred Ov VIelierof JtonaacoU;
and s".cur i ropy of booklet of "What extra dollar good to July Stic.: The hold' their'regl\l", Vneetthg'arMr*. r gatf his: .bank. ..Is a.grave In his cellar press and people, constitutes a. powerful R. .H-i Wellerlpoadlutor bishop of
It'lAr! BpanJsh, (ana-How to Bay sold\ account of file!: Theedayt'Julji"4th:Mt .. A.: J Illustration, which should be uf Fond du Lao Wls..r and OeorgaWaller
tickets are on Orl\y'a'P}. : Go to ia. I.""Mj' Mayer', Store if MITCHKI great service to the present gen.rstton at fit,hterebllrlt. Vlsw' .
L- sTb. 1 i i- Elks Grand. Lodge. o'clock m All; tern .ant *-. you want' Clothing. : ,
i i i p. ". ; wenp\ / tT. 'who of offio a..*kr*, as showing th* r
N.w.LI. only: our dollar the :o. Come '....,.pi ( need vain of honored 'Did tVevav tea how "'wsl '
.. > A full Una Midget TIN al le M.M.yer'e qugstedtobaprrq\ ? laMy {ttht In out of the raln' ncl I.* us an name and an un- 1\\ .i )
|1144.e..ur..u.rlall ft M any:to iabsarb U sbout'ssttAlq ( Wlnegatrr| rrcI'htllll rr "" t sell) you. Uo'ntosb, I, M, Meyer,' 4lotblug_ Ie K. JIIv. '" IaruispM record ej,' public e.rrtcw eon OM> be (Ua.M e4 a.)teflt'g... 1"1rw I

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PALATKA NEWSAND es such- results) it is morally: inexcusable. if nut actually IN FIFTEEN[


ADVERTISER It is less cruel tea permit a roan to suffer from FATHOMS ACKERf AN & STEWART

temporary ills than to permanently deprive him of ,

Entered at the Palatka iiimtofllca M tnallable mat health, mind and moral responsibility. -"India. Is a (strong OrmHin.Ll country J fancy [Coprrliht, IK* by Bird O. B.island Lewt..l! In 1We the Wholesale and Retail
to Druggists.
ter of the second class.-- Every case of morphine( habit traceable .to a ," remarked an American: to s Brio Arabian Dud sea gone, In the trading brig Hopeto *

doctor is a reproach to the medical profession' and .lab offer lu a London military club. One day as
Published at Palatka Fla., on Friday, by for their own credit physicians B are; 'bound to ud'a "You would think so If you spent as we' fish were tor dragging pearl tho bottom la fifteenfattorns'we .

RUSSELL A VJOKERS: remedy for the evil. touch time there. I hove came across what we be- U8TRKCB1VEULABOE Fresh Garden Seed ForHprn
"I have heard that the Indlana'knowledge
It is Dewed to be a sunken bulk. The spot LOT LANDKHTHTI
a matter"that"societies'"exercising"obntrolover fl.ntln, ,
of poisons would make the Hand In your orders
WM. A. RD8BELL EDITOR. the medical cannotconsider' too I the was about three mile off the Inland.
profession ; : Borglus appear Ignoramuses 00.
? seriously. subject." Our divers could not descend to such a JNDU: COUGH: ti: xE.

The Hrltluher shuddered. The other depth to make an Inspection, and aftertwo 25 cents per bottle Guaranteed by
i tackle we
s seeing, that he was affected' by' some re- days spent to preparing
;' Here is a little example of what A trust can do. LARGE Oil SMALL FAMILIES. miimbrance connected with poison, sailed the brig out mind anchored her AGKERMAN A STEWART; DKUGGI3TS.

lu the east side of New York there are about a Miss Harriet Marsh a teacher in the Detroit public after an effort persuaded him to tell It. near the spot.It .- -- ,- -- --- ,.
ice. lit schools who is cited 'as child "Yes It Is a story ot poison, s story .Was three days before we got the -
thousand small tradesmen' who sell a way an "authority on
I would not
the main feature of but -
they are the friends of the poor for they sell it iu study" is opposed to large families.. because of the believe until I hail been Invalided when breeze It from came we the threw right over our drag .-- --"4-..,

very small quantities. It is possible to buy a cent's degeneracy to the children. home and looked It lip In the Loudonmedical' till and sailed over the wreck. The grapnels -EFFIIOTIVEJAN. u.liii;, :---- -- -
and not
worth of ice at some of these small slinks. I Commenting on the case of the elevenyearoldchild then wus journal I convinced.Tnen, caught her, and the ropes and N.to N.',i2. Co 114 1I"w.ou lanksollvllls ....01 ;how. 'Ao. IN_ el I Nu 3

The ice trust sold ice to these small tradesmen at Los Angeles who tried to kill her guardians, "I was stationed In one of the Interior chains stood the strain. We piled sell 7 !WI I' II! >III 0 I"a 63 II L. Jncknn.llle Fla. ooU.o By A" 9.1' h x !III P_ qn, -

it Foster and five In ludlau posts where, there was a on the brig but for ton minutes she mints! P t II" pile" II I.. annum i.e. ..... ..,. S.o'h..n a.., A. R 11II .11 !M II, 4 II. '
retailed cents .
nt $1.50 a ton. The dealers at 17i parents guests by putting poison 1s.: 4'' !WI n LY Snrxnnan. I.. Je uin.ra. : A. 1.0 111'0' I"
rclguliiK prime who kept his positionby heaved and tugged and was held fast g 70uta 0 al'u: p A' O..I"m". N .. .......Bouthorl ; L. 196 7 to sa la W I"
this is not their food in order that she their .... .. ... .., .
u hundred. When waste considered excessive. might enjoy agonies chicanery and where the. priests had to give lIa the breeze gas a1501 a 9m I' ArCharlene, NO "' mmeru hi L. 9 6D pair! A 110
Something .
aims P 544 e ILM11, V Ar a..III"" NO. Nnnrhern ii L. a P' I 10
she says : maintained their scfiulpnry' by the freshened amt to our great Joy the /u6V 9W al J G1 eAr V"n.ln. v. .. ...... ..erQ..I'' .Lv 69e P 1161 n. J' &foil 1 :

The trust decided that these small dealers "The fact that the child was one of a family of same 111<'0 III'. We timid a little ensign hulk wile pulled out of tier sandy bed a--1.;;;; -- ----eAr'";; 140hmnbd, v. ... amt'srn a.. L.. ; ;;' -:-:-- il 6"p.l

should go out of business. It did not consult them.It fifteen children may have been: an explanation of her pinned boy Adams who was with brimful us, a pretty of deviltry.', blackeyed and towed along tho bottom behind us.We .l ii P "'.'W-; -;-:;-;; At Lynehbarg, V. ."" ""h.r. n.. L. eH "i le p 'yii!I
i her Into thirty feet of water e 10 P 769" II 'o "Ar UIulrietMVlik, Va v. L. I 45 p v II 6
did nut consider the needs of their patrons or state. The mother's vitality must have been so exhausted One day the prince sent our colonel an got U &r p le 16 4 40 AC Wnahingloa, D U ....ynuthrrn 11161 5 mil P 111, :
to and within two coble's 'length of the I II tO' pii r5 : es.l : Ar llniauma: : : M.i....r.-----P, JIH: /9s. : :: I 6e:
Invitation for the otn <>rs to come app y
their poverty. It did not care. that the girl lacked something in mind or > up and anchored her. The pearl lieu l e I-1 8U v II II eAr l'hll".I.I.-. t'a .. ....... I'.t. 11 L. eel Iin I' tl 1st((0 :
his puluie and have afternoon tea. We beach o 14 e { IJ u" I' Ar New Yuri, N .. a a 4v 1! IU 4U
'rho line of responsibility that runs from the body. When more than seven children are born in all went And after 'leu.;..liirlng which divers thou neat down to make on examination. 1'1' = : :: --III V 8 ao p

bedside of a child suffering for lack of a cooling a family all but the first. six are apt to be stupid or some of us drank morn vine than. tea They reported her to lie HOB.: I end- 3*:=The:;: -Himhfrn- Pnlm I.lra I .ted; ;;;-Solid-vestibule train--ot VultmrtnAwi; ;-

Adams were taken Into Arabian dhow whlcb'wuet room tMmipnruntmt, club. o IIIIMIHIIO.oUwjrvcuion. ..n, ....., iMttwaen JnckMmvii
that frail. especially, we of .
hulk on
of lets !is the sllrlazuept aQJNoa. ,
drink to the office the trust so long Now. IO.k,"rrl....daIlY wto.pt "IU ">.. i#....).. tfuncUr
bUMiue8S denies" that it ex.istthdt there is any reBponsibllity. Certain scientists support this view. If thereis the private apartments where the women have been In collision with another 8ft nod' 81. MNow York and Plorlila Exprtttw," Pullman I drawing room oteontnir\ ,mid
to mingle .
and suffered
were kept craft, as she was staved In on lining n IN tw en JrfckHonvUlu. and New If or... Uooobeit b twevnaoi.oHmvliltj and u' 7i.ngtuii.
ph.ysiclI.llack in the latter births there will, of wltn them quite freely, connldertng we Dally: w* nAOB -
the port quarter. ,ttu Jane"wannod. Florida'\ T.lmltod.' Putlmmlilie room xlniMiiuir. ...
The ice trust put up the ,price to mall dealer course, Ira mental or moral I lack. The moral sense were In India and tlte homo of an Indian What we, wanted to get our find on Unwell JiicktMiuvlIlHund.... Now York. loo. *..HHB b.twoi. and WunblnBtuu. uinSca.rsbul ,|
magnate. Whiu we got back to L..I"'I.'I.bl..lon. Dally. '
y 15 cents of the : have "run out.:" breeze from the northwest -- -.. -, ,... -- ------- -----
to $2 a ton, then to $2.50 again to $ or ahuiulr'd. family may our quarters Adams confided to me the beach was a -

The trust held tji. retail price to 17J a Sometimes say these sciouttetst the spiritualand that he lied hud on Impromptu affair It came'after nearly a week of ----T iiWV.II'T g-i.ASD: OP TUB SKY' !_p0; "

with ludlnn girl that he. had and the combined efforts of NOII'I-- .... Jaa.sonrllle, Yla.. .... ..Southern lIy Je' y
hundred forcing/ every small dealer to sell at a )das mental traits of a large family are exhausted, a young ; waiting the : ......... ....8>...".."... IJ" ..,:.. southern .
seized au opportunity when unobservedto wind, current and tide brought set A. .. .. .. .. ......,Unlunlhlx, 11 a..... .....ioutnrrn Nv. Lv 1l0.1
or go out of business.It and the result is a d'gellerILLe-11l1 idiot ora criminal. lead her Into an apartment filled old hulk In at high. water. She was I 1/.0 I' At .. A..IIIII.NO., .. .,.....U.hll.D Il..........,.. 41e
... ... .. 9e
.81 At i 0. s..era ...
V ay L.
worked. It put the trust in a }position to get Ingenious theory. Only it isn't true. with tropical plants. and concealed by one of the most curious sights a sailor III. II .. .. Knoairvl 'IC. '.....". .. .. IH
ot of A of idiots first-born. Someof the enormous/ leaves of one of them From stem to a 1.1.a, 01"0101"11. Oblu.... Aneena Oreeenl.Lv X01Noe
all of the profits. It was an example greed, large percentage are ever clapped eyes on. IAl'--------------
bad kissed her. Just ns they were
methods ) to which) should be the best and greatest men of history have been stern she was a solid mass of shells. .* -
hoggish peculiar trusts leaving the apartment they heard a 9 ant 9>- Ptillnmit drawing room and txiffat rttoepluK oar batwoon JiiokatinftiuClnotnimil.
She was about ninety feet long and ___ __ ,
rebuked. the.' youngest' sons of large families. rustle, \ behind them and the girl had = =
when we came to dig down to the No No I.' IMI.warn Juck..uvllle and LUe North std weal some No
The of ice in New York is to The John Wesley was the fifteenth child Bernoulli! turned ghastly pale In another min 0' .
price go up. ; ute they hud separated Thin was all wood we found It almost as hard oa a 7u II' t 45. pu..,.., ... J..II1.\FI". .. .. ., ..,......'h..rDII.. .. A. I.IJ.-- -...
wiping out of the small dealers was the first _move, the French mathematician, was the 11th child ; -,Jo there wus of it; not very ninth one Iron. She had been rigged with two U 01 (B le I Lv ... .. Jeaupela .. . "Ian"Uarn" II......... Ar 5w1" II O..e.1"p
.11II p 5 U. .Ar.. .. M..O. ...... .. .. ", .uthernR- L. 1111.
and! the business will be milked for every dollar it haiiu C. F. and Johann C. Bach, the famous musicians would think to worry about, but Ad. uiasti, the stumps of which stood up 110 1 P DIIU.r ......,......AI Inn"' .0..._..... .. llnuuMrnky.t. Lv teal hop
and I confessI et6 V 9nJ. eAr .. .. rasa...0..., ,...... ? .:. .1. s'.'
will stand. were 10th and llth sons respectively: Sir: arns was much troubled eight feet high., A few feet of bulwark Vm I' S00 ft A.. .. Dnlu.. ,. 15. ... '... southern 11........ L. 7115
didn't like the proceeding myself. but the mu eu p ) N a Unnvnav.ge Tent. Ikuhaen Hl..l'., 616.
:Some:: men mar enjoy profits wrung from the Richard Arkwright the inventor of theeotton-spin- ''You are In no danger,' I mold con remained on either bow 6 4U a B In: p : .:" Lrsingnn: :. qIaen:,: n C.eoenl' llt.r.:: : ,1111 p
rest of the deck bad been swept clean 705 a 7s.' PAt. unuluuau' L'bh' 1"0" aUnc.ui Ir eau a U'6
that there frame 18th child the fat her'of John sollagly. 'No Indian will be allowed pBran
necessities of the poor; they may argue ning was a ; bole -
to take revenue tm) a British officer Our grapnel bad caught lu the ; BnpL. .. .., .. ciee.nnullOhlu, BI' Fonrltne.. A. -10-; Yap
can be no sympathy in business ; they may make of Audubon, the AmoriclI.ll/ll1turll.1i8t. was a SOlIi child ; 'It Is for the girl I fear,' he said which sunk her, else they would Dot ..OlHl 1.1111 "Ar .. Cblo..o.1I1 ....II..o..Ilt.u..... Lv 8.au ., ..Up

trade war and feel justified in crushing and grinding Robert Boyle the Irish philosopher a 14th child ; lugubriously. have caught at all owing to the solid ;-;;;.i1116; PL.. .. ......Ulnclnuol Ohio Penn Llaes....... Ar.o; ;. -/top
sue p 1:10: .Ar .. ... .. Urlea.q Ill .. .... .. Porn Llnoa.L. ",opIOW.
Bronte 8th child Eliha 'If discovered and the matter of sheila.If
m order to stifle competition. Charlotte an ; Burritt a you are layer -
ioo'a41;; Lv ....,... (J1..dun.II.OIII... C.8..D-III..00D ;;
A. ;
the think p
Is reported to prince I we had been supplied with powder 7 41 lab
But they' are wrong. They can pile dollars as 10th child ; Sir John Franklin, the arctic explorer asm P 7.. aAr .... chlwso' ...c. Y.. >>- lIunua L. 9mpUWuaN
be will show his malignity by his future we should have blown her, up but as "";
high as the Washington monument, but they cannot and scientist a 12th child ; Thonras Gainsborough bearing/ toward us. Indeed be hard ;n 140 P Lv.. (JIlle.1I ... '0 R" 1I-1IIeb cast A. 690. "i4 j,
bad to do some O---
we bad none we 120 pOlO eAr. .....Tuh-la..Uhle ....... .. O..p en
make dishonor anything but shameful and high- the painter was the youngest of nine; Robert ]10.11. may' bring the matter before the colo ,I work with pick and shovel. The interior 45) p 78U eAr ... .1Ie..loh.. .. .. aa5I. ...L'IJ''pllllllp L.IIMp p

minded people will have for them only contempt. the greatest of English pulpit orators was the youngest nel." seemed to be a solid cake of T.0000;; PLY cmohuiall' OhIO .... .J'enl1 Lln. ... A. 0aa alOp
shall said Adams.
"We Bee; 'Keep 540 P 060 aAr 1'11""ur..ISa .- ; .... .. .... L. Slap Iwa
The New York ice trust is a shameless corporation. of It; Benjamin' West the American painter, dark. You're the only man'I've told. mud amid sand but we did not remove :
muck of It until we had cleared the i"-i";; pLT; Ulnrlnn.etlOhlo .. .... lily Tone------ A. Smn 1Mp
But its methods in no wise differ from other trusts was the youngest of 10 ; John Ureenleaf, Whittier "No message came from the prince. 5 6 N
v0 p .\ Olnvel""d, Ohio .. lug h....... .. .. L. 551p li a P
Indeed on a return visit he mnde to our outside. Af te, she had lab In the hot
L.> they in New York or Florida. Not one of them the poet was u 10th child; Sir Anthony Vandyke quarters by Invitation of the colonel" he sun for three or four days she began s.0 880 V Lv Leainglon, Ky. ., Southern ....._.,.. 10.1.1"'" P
the Flemish artist the 7th of 12 children. 19 lilt a a I' V Ar laulvllle. K. .. Buumern 11. .. L. r (0'' a U! P
has a conscience and they should 1 1 be lashed' by law. was bore himself with great friendliness. to dry out aud the work of digging off 7111I u Ar... "". ",,,uIII. M. .. .......b..y,..... .. L. 10041'' Cii" i

So you. see a good deal depends on the breed.If Seeing Adams pass, he remarked admiringly the sheila was much easier. There ....-su' I' t.e le"nlC"'o, H.. .. 9utmnrlfy."rA" ,o.ii'; -
the breed is bad, the less children the better.If upon his attractive appearance I II" pl.. .. 1... ,.vl. n' Ky.Pram. Line, ...... 1 4un,,
SIIAKUSFEAUC AND CHICAGO.The the breed is good there cannot be too many. ,' as every one did nnd asked to were six separata aud distinct layer' ':.'. 7N0 oAr .. ... h1uMIlI\ .... .. ... .. .. ... L'I s"'p.' ,
her deck and mixed with the bottom '
miracle called Shakespeare has its irreverent have him especially presented He on --s end S ,"JII".n'lrlurW..III.ncl..I", N.d10' vaetlbula teal, bOwn.n ncmnvllla
one we 'fouud\ three Arabian and Clnulinmtl. Arrbee dally exoept Vomlaya. : leavuada .ly except Sim.laya llimuib Pull.
chatted So affably with the youngster man drawing r.Mini Hltipplng ultra tu ""..a.r> vlt,. lug Pouri, lo PltlAbllr..1& Ptfnnaylvanlii. Linn .
doubters and detractors. 't- that Adams felt sure he bad bad no intimation swords two or three ancient musket Library obeeivulloo.. oar In. 1..0.,1,1.. rlratnlan. thnnxuihfnrcooanh,. In<.halUuiMxa. Llnln.' *
Ever since plausible evidence was offered seeming of the meeting In tbe con ,, and a couple of axes. lar Dxlrolt biUnoluuMI. Alan Tuo..lay, Ihurailay. and Saturday through. fullniau aleeplu car loNua

to that these works of immortal /genius were GZ4EAN'SNGS.I1'eakltlg: : : : servatory. I saw them talking together The divers bad given It as their opinion il: anrl 14.The Fhirl.la I.1mll....." Solia.. veatlbule,'mln.. Vullmaa drawing mom II>PDtnif -
.core,, Oral olana tlnnorafnnr roache. ana dining ee.. between .
JacMsnd' Cln.oluuatl
and It seemed" to me that tbe that she had been run Into but Ibrough Pullman lraulug nnm ..
the nloipliigoan lo Uhloago U H
written not by Shakespeare but by Bacon a D-Muuou Nonlp i
wily Indian was looking down on when we came to make a closer inspection uChicago via reuiwylvaula/ L. lolly."
defamation and detraction have steadily on.Now Adams with
gone a singular
The Ice. of the holes !In her quarter we "No 101 D.'weeo J.II..llIo Kiss.. City Noll Nn/
i school named Watt has expression I did not exactly Ilk*. I
a Chicago principal We had some oinsh neiicliboraoiioa that moved In down "However tbat teemed to end the concluded that she bad been struck by S .1 s a ; ;,Lv. ?... SAUa ao e. F'' .. FgOSy: Arnm a -sap
been mercilessly exposing the intellectual and literary a shell fired from some man-of-war. 120 a 7 4S ... Juekauurlllq Pia .. .... a" ... aCo a gap
the roud. matter, and I gradually forgot It. It 00 V 10 n III'pI 1.. ._. Jr...... tin .. ... .. ..... &ruhers Ry .Ar ao" 1'Ap
deficiencies of Shakespeare's writings. Most of We reckoned they waa 'bout the proudest folk we'd ever Adams heard that \the girl was In her It had sent her to the bottom as quickas 1M I' .00 Mxeun"a. .. .. ...............or.. Ry.LV I 10 lisp

the short-horn critics are school teachers. Here is a I knowed.An' usual condition lu tbe palace and : !Sf she bad been run into by a thou /10'567o 11 n V C a aAr I Ar .. Allenby Annlena: ., Ala : .: : .. ':.v0unrrrn Southern RyLv ly :.L, 1 10 a n 0o toes ass
when we pase'd'em now au' then we held our headsup ceased to worry about ber. Then when I sand ton ship. During the week we 6se a II" ajar ". .. .." Birmingbnuq.. ..... .... HIt..b.roay..L.. 1' ,a.1111II1'
part of Principal Watt's indictment: hlgb I M Ar .L. .. .\,e,1PlIn. Ten, ....... ........Frlene ... L' J.. .
To make dead sure they couldn't snub us If they was to we changed stations all suspicion that were' freeing the hulk from her shell ., V se Ar .. ,.".. aalaueUlty.. U. ... .. .... Pruco ... ......LV e" p.
"His wit is of a slim order He is a cheap punster try. Adams would have to Buffer for hi.Ilodl"Cfl.tloD armor a close watch was kept on -- P\\ --
a 80 L. 51emVhl.. T.no .... ... .
and I hate punsters. lie makes his jokes of a It really made me nervous so I lee 'braced up one day wo removed. He was a* the beach, and w* picked up coins to ............... ..III'../. ... ..A'.....:::: ... Rot eprhlga. 'k. .. ... ..... ... .. L'A. 7e/p 1 / O. ......,.
shady character. His language i is behind the times. An' thought I'd tro ahead nn' allow my manners anyway. ready for another affair as before and the value of about $500:i )( American Ne. Uh..d ii-"The. I'lo..dll Llndtmll'' Pullman Drawing ream sleeping oars. .betwesi.
:Students:; are misled and injured by the bad grammar On bunday' 'stld o' turning'! round an' gating' at the only an opportunity was wanting., laokonn>'I'u and .n".c'. '.... Dlning ann. 0517., .
viewI money. Some of theee were Arabian Dlnlug mn. ADpr, to Tl ,
any kel Ag a to iIwernaone.
"On arriving at our new station the
bad spelling and bad morals set forth ill his looked at them an' says, "Hello!I', An' they says native 'ruler of the province entertained and some Persian R. Y,LARY. DlsUlul Paemugre;;:: Agent. 10;" W, hay stns!, Jacksonville rI. ,
books. His plays are full of what we now recognize do" I
"bowdy u* at his palace., I feared that When we bad entirely' cleared the
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ns errors of speech. It wa'nt the cold and formal greetln'. that yon've some- Adams might get Into another scrape decks w. found the craft bad only one i 1

Moreover Principal Watt would incite the tunes heard ; 80 I kept sn ..,.e'oo blni. I tried to hatchway and that ,was amidships.

French the Dutch the Irish and the Scotch againstthe They smiled\ and said !It hearty like they meant It, get him to promise. me that be would We enlarged this and then rigged up a Atlantic Coast LineThe
every word. not, and especially tbat be wouldn'tdrink
windlass and bucket to her ..
schools of the works of this empty
use in the public It's solemn to reflect on what we miss along life's way any wine for wine made. his
By not Jes' belno natural au' Food humored day by day. dirt Is taken from a well., Every, buck.
"mnch-overuted" playwright who, be tells us, Incantlon absolute recklesaneas. He
gratuitously insulted these races. 'there's aside lots of folks who fling the simple. Joy of life would promise nothing, and I knew etful was carefully Inspected as soon Graat Through Car LIne to Florida.CON1'iECTIONS .
as dumped, ws found nothing morevaluable
that there such
was a fascination) for
It ought to be presumed that the Frenc-h. Dutch Because they dread... the shadow of" their own unconscious hint In danger that resolved to watch than shells until well, down to : '

I Irish and Scotch are quite able to judge for themselves And nine times out o' ten you'll find the rule works him all the closer. I never let him out her k..l.Ve couldn't make out what :

: whether or not they have been insulted.It right an true- of my sight' till a servant cam to mend sort of cargo she carried until the shov. Its own rails to Savannah Richmond and "
Jes'tell the world"Hello!"and It'll answer"Howdy do." told ine the host wished especiallythat els began to throw out human bones TO East10ver} Washington. thence Charleston
must occur to most any mind but that of Washington Btar. I should be presented ta him. I along with the sand With the bones '1H2 J via Penn B. B.

this Chicago professor that to assume it is necessary r'-aa3! ; : left Adam In an apartment opening came Iron shackles and other outfit-

to tell them that they have been insulted is to offer Pity the Poor Man. Into a dimly lighted garden, begginghim tings of a slaver and by and by we got VIA ALL HAIL.West. '
to remain where be was till I re down far enough to find that she bail Tbe Loulavlll t
: via
Most women with the idea of being Montgomery
them a more gratuitous and more glaring insult than marry supported turned. This. be' promised to do. I been fitted for a false deck and thus t
in luxurious idleness for the
any that can be charged against Shakespeare.Ever ;merely pleasure wa presented to the host who detained enabled to carry a double tier of slaves THE )J The Mobile &Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.,
of their 'Woman's rights" include all bills
since another Chicago professor rated | me some dine asking questions In a bold only six feet deep. We dug
paid on presentation, unlimited credit nothing to bout our artillery' servIce, In which he out of her old bones enough to account
Shakespeare below Rockefeller the world has become do except to pursue the elusive butterfly of pleasure appeared to be much Interested. A* for at least arty persona and a surgeon East :Via Savannah and Ocean StfflUD.hI'p"Oompay; for Now York
Philadelphia and
i hardened to tolerate almost anything front that and the privilege of scolding when things are not to soon as I could get away from him I who afterward examined someof THE. } via Savannah and M Boston rohantn via*Writ Miners for N. Y. Wash and Cora-Bait.
returned to tbe where I bad left them said Transportation
liking. room they belonged to men and pany for Baltimore and Philadelphia.' -

region.Aud it really matters little what is said about "Man's rights" are never mentioned unless in Adams., He was Dot. there. Looking women of the negro rll< Into the garden I aw a patch of uniform we found nothing .
woman's except
the clubs where everything under heaven a couple
Shakespeare or his works in Chicago or anywhere is freely discussed, but it would seem to au unprejudiced among the plant. and followed of gun barrels and two earthen TO Key US Mall Steamships of the P Peninsular: Occidental team t
the man who wore It. Just before I bowls' but In WP Co. Port
else. tie cabIn we had better westj f Tampa to Key West Havana In oonneofn with
observer that when marries and does his
a man reached him I saw, that be was Adam. luck. The Atlantic
lie is dead and doesn't mind it. His works are best to make a woman happy his bill of rights include lie was leaning over a richly dressed In the last dirt we took out we found I Coast Line.

immortal and can stand it. a clean quiet home a well-ordered suheina of Indian girt I hastened. on. bat before coins to the. value of ,dOOt These were' Through Pullman

It I daily living and a neat, cheerful wife, whose dress- I could Join them Adam turned scattered about on the floor Many. had also via AlIl1nllo Covet Sleeper Line! and, Port Southern Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line;

jug sack if she has one, he never sees.-!Myrtle Reed and their lips met In a kiss worked out, and come ashore, and Hallway. ,
DOCTORS ANI THE MOUPHINE HABIT. in the Pilgrim. "I stood as If petrified It they were many were doubtless burled In the .Connection made at Jacksonville for all Points.

watched It would be too late for .......beyojid .Interchangeable
I me recovery., We found mileage tluketa nnA
A so-called "morphine fiend" recently appealed' a good over 13 miles or among the prlool-
to save them Adam seemed not Inclined .umber of muskets end swords In the pal railways In the Southern States are on mile bi the

to the medical profession to "stop-converting" sick No COII'ltIlrI8o.i Whatever.. to take his Ups away., Presently: cabin, but as no bone were found FrNoumPlet'nformattoD' ''811 00 H. E Dlokens, principal eD&or ageota. :

% persons into hopeless mental and physical wrecks by An exchange wants to know what 'wou d'' be he sank slowly to tbe door I rusbedp there or tn the forecastle we argued \L8TpN.. CorameroUl Agt.t W. D. TTiokel ARS, Tn". Pansaddress. Agt.w .. '
r' to him. He was, dead.. that the crew must have TpVt, ** **ay ."truot Aator
dosing them with opium." thought of a man who would have his I pants' made Tbe narrator paused and took a long small boat got. away la a nt. EMEB90N, Trafflo M '.. W. C.ICRAIGtsGee. Pass.agent.

Such an appeal I is worthy of more than passing from sixteen to twenty inches too long for ,his legs sip from a gla* of brandy; and soda. Six months later when we told our Wilmington N. C.-

and, then go around holding them up to keep them Then be finished his story: story at Cape Town \
notice. It is worthy of attention from every member we were referred - ..
from trailing/ the muddy (llth. lla would probably "There was a sensation when I harried to history to prove that the dhow had F. E C, -
of the medical profession everywhere. be considered crnzy.- But where doe the comparison to the colonel and reported what been fired on and sunk by H. M. 8. RAILWAY NOTICE lOI OF APPLICATION FO*

There has long been no room for doubt that come in? I don't know of any women who I bad _a. We took the body to quarten Sovereign while forming one of the In order to make ooaneotlon at Orange Under l.tO. of Ch.ple !'

"' many doctors resort recklessly to morphine to repress do this-. Pecan Gap.SSS and the surgeon placed! a piece of fleet to suppress the slave trade. The City Junollon with Atlantic Coast Line 4888. Law o .
paper dipped In Bum chemical dhow had loaded train Notice thatB.B. ;.
agenton part of No 811
= ) 2S a cargo of the train I hereby
syptoms of disease which they are unable to the lips and reported that Adam slaves on the Uoaamblqne coast operated on the IleLeod. giTaxCmlideate,
when t
Clly pUhuU
diagnose or too indifferent to treat properly. A Very Nice Game bad been poisoned. driven off end panned by the manofwar. 4 wage 00 theollowing( schedule 3 and No. M4, the 9", of Nov. A. f fD

large city and small ones have There is a new game very popular now in the "Now coma what you will not be- The chase lasted three or four mincing Monda,. May 'tb.IOOJ oem ltt 6. bra 41" said certificate la mroffloe '

I. Every many regular southwest, the game called."Christianity... It takes lie.,.. The girl who kissed Adam/ wo days, aced the dbow had finally thought No. 9-Leave New Smyrna... ...i.3:110: and .. application for I.W.tat i.
p with :
licensed physicians who in their entire practice two it. 'and Tho a poison girl fed on a certain poison to ewape by running Arrive Orange City. .. .ta IMU In accordance
people lay a boy a gir 'girl among the Is- . .':15 p embrace the following :
use little other medicine than morphine in its various I gets on one aide, she represents Christianity and the from birth till abs WM saturated withIt. land. When lb. went down her crew No Junctloo. .':20 p afote property In P11011ncounty. ;, .

forms. It is true these are not in good standing boy I gets on the other side, he is the heathen Then 8b* wa la the service of"the escaped to Bird Island' and were after -LPne n Orange"City June ,4 1111 I' Florida,to ""uat lf, [
prince whom Adam ward taken
I bad off
the heathen embraces Christianity.; It is said I liea offended by a native craft tf Arrive 4 'p Ixit 1-1. n I 8, aeotlon l,8. tows- ;
with the honorable members of their profession.But to ROBERT F. FORBES.Kadlelgb : M. QUAD. New Smyrna. : :. ::aoo; p alp 11, rang Lot 1 S acre i

the fact that they can exist is a ceaseless re- nice game.-l\IillIeapolis Journal -a.- "" -. 1.-e-- said Und being seeMl at U* .
A "Wpp r....... A 'wife often penults ner affection to date of the lasuanue of suob onrtlaoawIn

proach to all. In Hummer COlltuiu&. : -Your wit.> Is always oat- bund her reason European Restaurant. the a&ol 11.. Comm'L Oo.uo- ,
And unfortunately the free administration of : spoken. Isn't suet Begard for petty things often will lees Id .rtlot ball be red ""-
I shall blossom out lIext Sunday In X waist deed
an ra7 dwarf a man's tax 7
tin seductive drug is not confined physicians Heopeck-Y a but I try to.ba that Furnished Koooni
among A 'flimsy fragile Mower that begin to bloom In June. sometimes.SadleigbReallyt A woman's love sue thereon on the 4th day of August'
of low standing and loose morals. Leading physiciansare There In pickiness Inside It, with thread or two to hideJust way too. "*- can become annoyIng '- 'Not and Cold A. D .
It- > as well as burdensome ; Baths 19. sndthla 5541

prone to resort promptly to this ready method of the thing to wear Ly daylight. or 'when'strolling, Henpvck-: Yea. bet'wbeneeert"weetun Marriage baaed oa honest affectlm" the my omu.I..ta. WS. ,

relieving pain. noath the.moon. to be *>ntsp
" h The habit of using the drug is readily fixed and And I'll we..r. screnndoor stocking,'whioh'sonic people outtalked.-J.'blJlldolpbt4; When a woman gives way to anger Clerk say I III shocking. : she bega her own pardon with tears tSnenror to Cb.upp.r0u..h1
hard to break and it may be traced probably in a And a pair of ballroom slippers, 'and.a lot 'of "lovely Uncle beck.! ...-tM-bulD8lt. race .. Many Women nod happiness only .ALATKA. 4 PU.RIDA

great majority of instances to phvsiciaus' prescriptions laoe and is followed by the two gnat eolamno > when attending to the affairs of others. John Bond
And II I* my expectation that with snob a combination the Joyon n.-hearted and PILES CURED .
.. for the temporary alleviation of pain. shall make a fetching picture to th*king's own tasta.i bappy and till torrowrul. wtttcbod lts4 .eanente4 Ooafldrac .ISM km*ot easily Nit gained when Dr. Nil.' Pule Cure wlI' fur. all iorms bon lust' noelvwt another lot o I"e '

Whether ignortno* liinsi carelessness Trl tIe. u fouad 10. of PlI.., sod .Is sold new Fine' MoaqnlV MOo d
or cam- -Jbloa.-o lU1.r t1&triDf. ,l .:.., I mud paruwed at Spring )
Ireued'. Drug Rtary. e"D' > : taros old pr.' *. oalTHE
i.y l QtII a.

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I Crescent City News l The New has had a pleasant letter POMONA.'Rev. .' last week to attend her .nephew

: 1 from Mr. John McCandlons of Elizabeth John Barr who has been very 111 SUMMER BARGAINS.

-------_.. N. J., that old friend of Cres- PAwardl3ultvisited Palntkaliuit with typhoid malarial fevor. With
:. --- On Cole is MIMI Anna Mary Burr a
cent City who Is pleasantly remembered we..k.L. trained of Kaunas City and We have thorn lit
City ; (1:1.: J. Benlmin and! nurse n
Crescent I family now I live by all of our oltlsens und win .... Hmllh, Jr. of Jacksonville! sinter. of tile tick man. At last reports 'I

IODnVi.I ..''e'o.It.'In oaautlfnl Lh. auutliaHflTern locations In pirt Flop.of I I II lat 1727' Park avei.ue Davenport, ter visitors by reason1' of" his annual pent the Fourth with hit parents. Mr. Barr was considered much Mean's Outsido hrfzs.: Under wcax*

'Itl'' ,ui7ty.'' mlloa from P liuka.anil In Iowa., Mr. Benhnm 'Is travelltir.|!'. visits here Mrs. tetter and on' the road to recovery. '
'tn.I1I.. : since 1886. Mr. MuCaivdlcHU W. J. Keowii In the Gem
: : rallr-HuI. was
b. Xllliiw: ,\ auiainor or Or.ii. Thulr' plunnant ootlagn nl Omion.l- For[ a time he won very ill and bin and Hats. <
r.*.h." wliluh. rlaoacraau.ooiitLHy writes that he City shopping Friday.
..; ; ,Ii"._on high_ "hunk ground r>f Oraaoaiit Lako II on-th -bnnch l la offered for Rule.onH : Just as was readyto life was dnttnalred or. Mr. Kiur >
fully :r\:\'.t iaatutolHitr W water. IS mllm In len"nb.,11 come last winter his oldest son The social Friday night was a uc.cellil. worked Hnxtlngs (luring lIe potato Alto Hunio choice .argnlim In '

,. a Ui nn mllaa In width. TI,. y terms and at a rnnHonnble fig: had a very nevcre attack of pleuro and every body present seemed, harvest mid was taken 111 tliori:. Ladies Dress Materials and'otlier
mill I .m.ell, | nut In town and drove lola ure. Tho IHHIHO IH partially furnlRh- to enjoy themselves.
pI4M': )JmnroonailiuUiiB' a 0 of the OTWU pneumonia which necessitated his A. D. Tucker, who Is acknowledged
.,.'" "J.J.a, : wlIIh Tying' batwiwii two ed. Any ono desiring a plcananr Bum- I Alvin Kames leave to of the Floriliome
bII.IZ. boU'.ooe.'o" tho' aitat uiul! latta NtIIiwost staying at homo. "'Bemernber' mo expect. to : bo one best farmers nt Dry Goods. '
l.HU -i TM leI 1 i.f !mile Mudln 'II!.n rut mer home can find a bargain In this to Dr. Sprague' and all old town thin week for Palm Hunch, speaks very encouragingly of
L. 'that of laao Oraaoont .h... MKir.ll'l ... llOUHH.Beporls. my where he has accepted work on the his section. Mr. Tucker hits been --- -- -.-
,"l"'orgoLdr&IIlflIlO.Mian ''howatarvMalto Bwilla frlonds.,":says' the writer, and .iell rebuilding of the hotel "Breakers." shipping hlii penciled/ to West Palm, When it comes toI

1.loll," ,,to.ln 1"ln". ftnd, I. kej.I""eol"t..I) ItI from Miami\ state that them I hope to lee them all next Heneh with excellent results. lie

Pu:,:nIStlIIIflOft..by 'h. $OW1 :::.uIIorlLl III any WS''", Co..taflhIflftt II.ThO Wn Simpson tins quit the employ winter." This will be pleasant news quietly The Fourth with those passed who olf stayed rather III also states t.hat he linsghlppuit a good' Cla-olc O-rocoxlos ::>-

IIflflt:: yyotu'StOlla ItnIIWIIY two. mlloo klI.IwS."Mil the tho' .0.1 own.iI of C. H. Uautler and l Is about to open to our people for Mr. McCandleHH town and those who went to the plo- many Irish potatoes to that and other '
Illk. points south fur all of which he Most people know that tho best to
u.flkof place
'! little" ataaiuer oon eya pananngura ??? a store of his own in that city: Mr. has always been one of out 'most' nlo at; Welaka, report avery pleasant has received excellent returns. Mr.
;, :...10 snll (rofl, tho town and. Vraaoont CItyJiuiOttJ'It Simpson l Is time. At twelve o'clock the boys FHKSH (bOIlS is at
III. railwaY mtatttn.The a thoroughgoing business popular winter visitors, whose absence Tucknr says that he has more tlrd..I'sfor
the church hells and continued
triP,:,.eotttte by at.nor most lrom d.lI"hlt..1 P4&Ik&waler 0'Jao""rtIo.In "" ". man of wide experience and those last winter was many' times rang to ring: them until nearly morning I potatoes. than he In able to fill. W. Crescent

,111',.:wI0I0 1"';II 'I.rJ.ntr.000d$04 to. pa..rnlger from .r"k" who$ U) who know him and his pleasant regretfully.commented! onv,! : so there was no mistaking that the He fruit disposes and vegetables of a great ut the(quantity Cnrrawny jflfllltliEtys CityAnd

U"Al trIp. pIflt litne ,olIo.......b or P.I..k" way are predicting a sucunsitfiil oit- p ... 4th bad arrived, but during the day I turpentine .
finUb. I.eVeS bbs birtOflIll &iuI enter.LHwp reer for him In the WELAKA.The there waa nothing stiggoctavery oemp.... ---
eloolner : of
the huh. tortuo., thriving city -- ----
n rather nnrrow vigorous celebration of the gloriousFourth '. u
rior S I '- -
..d eIther.Id. by 0 think IrowibofryprU Miami., '
Rere fhe
etroun' II)....11Imd pnlunehtOorltwblo r..1. patriotic people of Welaka remembered of July. Stale bread soaked In milk and is
rIvore .r.' .bnrp auIfrnIOlII Mr. Squires, of the the nation's natal by
proprietor mills
,. '''1..o.h there IS never Ions tuCcfl olwnwr W. J.Koown and (J. Miles, passed squeezed dry Is a goad feed for young
\:, .1."" Aftwr nine 0,11... Ut travel nt Omega, will begin the erection of giving! an old-fashioned neighborhood the Fourth with their families. here. ducks.
picnic to which they Invited the
tIurolgII, hull ItUI =I the Lake etoelner Oree000i.e,00rgoS A lute 7.10ot a. dry\ kiln this week In Blue.l, 4OxHOff people of adjoining towns and tbe Edward Kames went to Palatka Only medlumslzed egg should be Trunk Man V
It,.brOl' ........ .. .
'OD bUr, ..nd C tIIC h.,1. .laude..010.tle.. .eouthorhlnoelti.tiulg. .7i1rroOUt -t. There have been ninny Improvumeiits county 'round. .t'here.wun't any on hUllhl..II.l\fllutiay. set. Extra largo or small ones are apt

: Cll'TI,',bOlth ler.vre: JekeoIViIie ti$ made nt the property, l>ottl d-up oratory uncorked the village B. C. Mlddleton of Marion county to produce deformed cblcks. SI flight train i mm or the lui'KHat manufacture In

rn' ever' Tuewiny: Tilurlulny II.dIll,.. n""IIIII NItlUlMiltYli'alatk ; dince Mr. Squires cnmo Into) poBBfpBlou / J. P. didn't road the Declaration reached here Saturday for a short Turkey. are not so sure to come I thin. Unllml fitting mi'l wo have bought a !good,: Hiip-
: the .hI.
.Itt S p In. .. of Independence, nor did the village with Ills brother. Mr. Middle- ply or Zlno Harotoga Trunk, also Matnl and Canvas
Cronl Oil)' 0 Mlmd. Wut.ivelny and It ia predicted that the out visit home as oIlIer fowls; hence it I Id a good -
the bunt Mid Ioft'0e yrhiny 01 I a. in., .....It,. at I.a.tAthil pastor thank Uod that we as a nation ton has sold out his turpentine interests plan to mark them in some way. I Covered! | Tiunks, Hteamiir Trunks C ub Bugs Gladstone I'I
:::: a. 10 :II: anI lit Jnok.ocittIe .A 4,1111,,.. put of lumber will be greatly ln> are not as other. peoples are. The III Marlon county and after a Hatuhols Telescopes Dress. Stilt Cases, Coat
; took the tteiirnor' Cr Feed tbe chicks often If
p. ?. "o ireaoenl ever City without "I>orionoio.oor creased A large force of men" Inconntantly folks simply came together in families 1- short visit In Georgia will return to young you / Cases, Trunk Straps, etc.
.miBallouBol fr: pleasure and a abort. amp at employed and It in stated bringing with them baskets I the state and choose a new location. would have them growing; rapidly but i// No one In th city ever kept the variety we have

the new little city metre any. mu: o. woman a life that more needed. laden with fried chicken sandwiches, --- do not feed more at time tban they In stock und our Prices, are lowor than any other
I loll tile plwe. are pickles, layer cake, pies and other will eat up clean In a few minutes.Destroy house Try ua.
'01 Ib"
.1 :.lO..n are 110mB tenet TaN FEBPKOT MIDIOIHX.
propoC toCud in the slate andthe J.W; Cowles gathered three good good stull to gather round and gorge the old nests the
bn.'o'II: "to be as soon as
itomee themselves with when the readied Mrs. M. A. Jolley Noble, O. T.,
: nuittired p7OeproUI.TIlerIt sun : The Shoo
Cr. .gland .Cone TVleirif
poollie' I 10011 00"01., two .ol..b. -Gpl..... appluH grown from a tree In the meridian and the stomach writes: "1 have used tlerblne for. number bens como'cCf' with the chicks. Tho.lIfL..t ,
ill S
two good hottlie.bllIte hU daughter's yard on Mom street t of and mid best plan Is to burn all of
can cheerfully recommend
pIll atid ;: .:. .ol'I where boarl11l01 :r said It was time to feed. years CrescentCltyFhorlda.MORPHINE.
pionetttlt obtained.1 HoUI .nd bo"rdl" hence a few days ago. The applus were Early lu- the morning the people It as the most perfect liver niocli- the old material. __ _

be.re mod.ra'e.' The'PlIOp'' hacelIo.i I....... about the size< of an orange nuiiiberIiigabontttH began. to arrive' and by.'noon there clne.anil, the greatest blood purlUer. It Healthy fowls pick up their food
,pritos,: WIlt1 k.p' If.lr link. fur. the entertain.ittl'llt .was probably 84)$) people gathered In Is a medicine of positive merit and fu ly quickly and relish! It. Whoa they BO at
who like' Lilt.anlucemetlt.iflweoentUiIl ) to the box, and were! "
of thll ill that !U claimed for It
and ,
bCC mluMi Orlitlie $rOVtlfl IRan the park streets adjacent.At aoflompltshes It lazily, pick up a grain or two and
lu the O0UDIV. Or..n" o..lIu. Ure.cn with red ntilpeg, resembling: awlue 10 o'clock tin 'Welak Gun Malaria cannot find a luriginent In the then stop something Is wrong.
I..rh8I..lIn. ootttpltttOfl or ... ,,1.le.nd thelIlleiiiY npple.. The treo was planted Club gave an exhibition trap shootIng system while the liver Is lu p'.u.roct order
"r iht. troll, .Itse tIttIg betel riuearled all Never shut the fowls up In such close
:: to .Ret crown ill ctty other ceotLnn of several years ngo but has been nug- I content which WIUI 'enJo'cJ by all for one of Its fuDiiions to prevent tbut cunnot take
eliplIrtor. quarter they enough
Ailultet e.ry CR11.0' I.? the iiac. who witnessed l it. 'l'he !Cun elub was tbe absorption! of fever producing
tile bee: .t.u.C welt-kept' tOV11, teCOY tIl: which. occupy lected. It U to bo taken care of n'ow organized last\ winter through the poldons Uerblne Is a most efliclniitliver : exercise to promote digestion lions

h'grove tout or the h'O"V.r..o.. w nu'roittflt.eotcreecontCiW "Uon'h..e:1'1' and Mr. Cowles expects to got! some efforts of Dr. U. M. Sandusky himself regulator. BUo at Aokermaa A: fronted in tills way will soon become Cocaine Habits

.Xtfld Int'l u.S-':: :. Inn"1 atni they show apples every year. Florida grow a crack shot. Tho olub hu 'modern I Stewart's Palatka and Lounds' drugstore too fat to lay. Opium, Laudanum and all Drug

.....k.olood.. whlub' would dli alat cmdlt... Living U; n,..ny la apple IH a novelty.K. equipment end meets fbr practicefrequently. Crescent City.FLOItAHOMK. permanently cured without pain or detention from business, leaving na craving I

Sniper laritor almoat ollloa of any the other loath. lu me A large number of time --a__ Tb* Shea!. of the Prlcblr Pear. lor drugs or other stimulants. We restore the nervous and physical systems to
than N. Maull whose lllneHS was gentlemen of \Vol .kBI and nearby' : LRTTUlt.Kdltor In most plants, to put It simply, the their natural condition because we remove. the causes of disease. A home remedy

'"nt: utrevta are lined with. ahado.lirll, trnr walkt and,.. noted In lust week's paper has been a towns belong. : "leaves are the mouths and stomachs of prepared by an eminent physician. j
broad "rl
th..a..IIV..' oaks. "nd Some line scares. were-made In thin GUARANTEE CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT
l.,ld on III" prl"clMil| atreala Uloyulc palbalaail very sick iiiun since that time. On Pnlatka News; the oi'BunlBiu; their tbln nud ilztt.enedblade. WE .
exhibition shoot the best being by with solicited. Write
In ..05nyUirocttoUU. of this out In Confidential correspondence especially physicians today
::--=--= -. Monday week however, Dr. young Mr.\ Mcl-eoil the Wtlakiiinerrhant Fforu.home'R early. peaches have are spread horizontally
-partIes Tn"c:;eao.nt City daalrtn to .nburllo .- Sprague ItdVl ed us that he, thoughthe who. shattwrpd :22 out of itt.( Mr. about all been shipped. The crop a wide expanse covered with tiny I Manhattan Therapeutic Association

for thiN paper thereto or. ."'hl"0 may leave ren.wtheir.l1bWIPttOne their wits over the worst arid Hint he Weld the mill owner In also an excellent while email luis for quality been generally throats end lips which suck In carbonic """Dept." Has Broadway, Mew Terk Clip

.. with Mr. K. to. l..nnd. at shot. Jr. "Handusky was not fair und 1 and white returns acid from the surrounding nlr and din .
..... and money would 1 probably Improve. Mr. Manll's ) ., J'
la ouFaathorlaedaiceiit.fnKsi"irilT from a large portion have been
the poatofllee WHO. preSftlt. Integrate! it In their owa cells uuder
o Illness way due to malaria and his the exhibition meager owing largely to the heavy
After shooting I the Influence of sunlight In tbe prickly
WEhK ENDING O1TT TEMPERA i .IUL riIBB..h. 48'FOB-K.ThiN U.WlLLU.M fever took the form of typhoid malaria ,met lit the park' where !tables had l express charges, Htlll the crop has added I pears on the contrary it Is tho flattened Florida East Coast Ry-

Y,OUBKaVBB. with some lung complication, bi'.en provided under the shade of some eoiiHlderable rnudy rash stem and branches which undertake
)f.... ]11110.or which has been wide Hprttndlngoak trees, and where I to our own limited pile. There have ,
corrected. Dr. this essential operation In tbe life
f families and friends Rot together In been shipped not less than 5UO) bushels

J..iatiinlay .T11.P.w.11P.V.. 9<> 15 114.VI hi. 84 7.1 iia.a Sprague has boon giving the Once hltt I !groups and had dinner. "Si, me had' an improvement over last year's I of the plant-tlie sucking In of carbon LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28 1903.

iIII BuiidVy. .II 10 VtH, in .tX" '4 best attention and Miss Lucy (]au- family\ parties at homo- Noticed In output. lending us to hope that when and, giving out of oxygen, which are to I ,

21: Monday .. "U T8. M* j Ito 7L' tier has watched the patient nights. I the group wore many from Pomona I our treus have snlllclent tgo; to bear the vegetable exactly what the eating SOUTHBOUND_RIAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
311. TimaUay, ..TI 1S W*, ."* '* some from Slaco, "Frilltland' Georgetown II full crop we may look for thousand tnd digesting of food are to tbe animal '

ifliedlicMtaf. ..,.' M l Ifttt 'TJ There was no public celebration of Huntlngtpn; and other points.; of bushels Instead of hundreds organism. In their old age however. I No.95Nm.25 ITATIONS. No.OOtho.73Ds'jy.

Thuriday. .hI o tIN" '7. "N ".. the Fourth of July in C'roscont City At 1:110 the steamer Fearless arrived I and permit us to ship by car lots to the stems of tile prickly pear display Duily. Daily. Veily.

i. ..'01._.'..... .. no .l 8011.1\ 611 this year, but all the same Young with a boat load of visitors from our monlecl advantage. their true character by becoming -:

-- America had its Inning. At midnight San Mateo including the base ball The abundant, almont daily show- Woody in texture and losing their articulated IE : II r. r : : em: ::::::::::::::' l'J:. i.t. : :;;;::::::;: : : : 45: : f? n cI

club of that place which was to play on of the pnnt two weeks have given leafllke 'nplJtaraace. I E. I lOp.IOM. .............. 1 .a a 860p I
S the Presbyterian church bellWIIII.rUnlt at U p. m. with the Welaka nine. an impetus to vegetablegrowth! seen "I l..IW. ................ .:.
Personal and! Sodal. > and within the bed their dinner a ... P
f every one After the visitors f nowhere. else In- so great luxuriance I. 7ll .'
sound of It was made to realize that and the crowd had witnessed a running HS In Florida. Things; do grow even To decide between love and duty bits Z = m8 "ii p..B.Autelutille..I. .TJl P em rItlp .

t the day of the boys was at hand. In race with horsmraml" mnleij the. crab grass hiking-, advantage of lax caused' hours of worry to men as wellas 0" 1' 1. ... .t"'
crowd moved to the ball gronndn. to Vooaen. a aa : S S '
cultivation to forth its .
!put many ... 0. "
K.: J. Harper witi $11 visitor to Pu- a short time the boys began to The game was called 1 at. o'clock runnnrs to an extent often making UK The man with a vice wonders wby .;.. ; ............N.OK..... ..-.. ........L. 81'C ':
latka last MonUay. gather on the streets and the popping with the San Mateo club at the bat like the Dutchman's think L 0 i i na f ....... ......Bunn.I................. r a to s f I 44 p ::
too, boy, so many persons think It their duty" to ti 10 p .18 "P ...... ...... .................. 5 U. 5th I' n
three- it
the first two Innings .I..p"o.
H. II. John on went to Palatka on of fire crackers made older For or damn. ,. make public the fact. I' k.Sibpi P ....... .................. 511s.yQip"f :
seemed to thecrowd that, the game s.4 ship. ... .... ,4b11..ISipOO
bimlneRB liutt iloiuiity. heads think of the time when they was goiug to be a hard fought even Some very fine' tomatoes, peppers Mao often shows the bard side of his lUl siflps 11p..I."o.".. ................... .$ -

h.w' bein pendinij also were patriots. The boys had a contest but this Idea was dispelled anil late Irish potatoes have been disposition to mark more strongly tbe :U I suIt' 111................N. fttnyrtla .................5 !.. P .::
J. A. Iceuhour 14 Up..O.k S C p
at home. good time all through the.day. But when the Welaka team began to get shipped. Florahoinu getting: there generous sbsdes.-Philadelphia Bulle z oS p', P............. ...' 8 I.. .11 p <-' 1oau ,

a week or moro IIOUHO the It was a hot day their and bearing hit him; on hard.tbe San As Mateo for the pitch.We- slow often but gladden sure, the and hearts we will of doubtless the railway tin. ew: fit ::8 8 I n D c.::::::::.. ::::::::::::::::::!:.f : 25. rla SipLmtzOiuO g )

E. Q. Suckatt's fronting er .1. l 01 ......., ;Hill..f .11
p .
Grand Boudo has been neatly There l is a great quantity of coiTee laka boys they had It. easy, uThu company with our products being BEPULSIVB FBATORIW.Blackheads _j-j etC ..:1' 4 1 p .. .. .5 11.t. sit tea :; z.

weed growing on certain streets that pitching of Allen of that club was too carried to the starving! north- pimples greasy fucns and ; la. \ 0. ...............-.. ...10. ..:
jminted. much for the visitors; try their best till such time that the people. shall tm 0 r I p.. Y. 'Hm tie is s
which (, .
The C. H. Preston Co. 18 getting! n should be pulled up soon. The r wn they could not hit him. The game rise In their might and dumund that miftdy lOon aiming complexions women especially are girls so at nm.a 11,1 ,11. f 1.0 t\P....................F.. ...... ........... .lIllp.losiam0Zliw pr8M.
tanks could well afford to hire. man for a reunited In a victory for' the:Welaka the railroads well as all other public certain destroying a11 .rl.. .............E<1.n............... HIlt I' ... ."..
number of orders for cyprem utilities shall belong to the people HUO beauty. dlHllgur- lu11f 55119cC p ............ J.o.n ....... ..... P I ... f
rid"the of 'H to 1. The HUl
few to street of this club by a score game c
for to distant states. days log soil waking repulsive. features tStOae p ...............8..1............... p. a.. :
controlled Is the
shipment nulsuno.. ThU weed alco threatens lasted two.hours, and was enjoyed by and be as po"t..1Hervlce. which would otherwise appear attractiveand 11" 8 1. t ............. ...._......... tie .
Rood all _. _" ... The time U not distant and C .............w.Uupt...... .......1 a71Iro..e..I.:
l is a. ,
Frank Guiltier spending : refined" indicate that tile liver Is out 1p.
block the Seville road and Is aml.'s. .... n.
to hot but It we can but wish it Uod-speed. .. .11..111.
deal of his time at borne lookliiK It was a day was a good of oilier. An occasional I dose ot ller- b : .M. t7p..W..P.I."b.. .... ...... a
growing thick on the street south of natured crowd and all will long remember Our muck lands are showing somemost blue will cleanse the bowels, regulate i .lo. ................ .'................111..1&1. .

after lila orange; grove' properties. the Williams grove Just outside the the pleasant. time spent in wonderful yields where possible the liver and establish a clear, lieaittmy I iU r e sa a i 5 iS 7 p I'........................11.H.I."dal.I..u..I.I., ..........................I 33 031'I' s s s e 1. :

W. S. Newbold spent the first town limits. There is an ordinance the pretty village. to properly cultivate them. The complexion, Boo at Aeku'rman&Siew.' I.eac.. ............. ................flOpaeoea
three days of thtt week In Jackson against allowing noxious weeds. to I L ._:.. '0. "'_ results but show what can and will art's Faltttka; and Lounds' drug store, o _. ..M...... .......MI..ml........... LvsfOlps000. i

ville. Mr.Newbold lays that be will grow in prlvnte grounds A town THB BOB Welt Mm>ICINB.I accordance be when the..prairie with original shall be 1 Intention.drained Crescent City. SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES. '

have from 300 to 400( boxes of orangeson that makes that sort of an ordinancecan I H. P. Kutopf," Druggist; Leighton 'l'he canal not yet of sufficient capacity Parties who contemplatePurchasing BA.NTOBJ3 BRANCH.N. ORANOB CITY BRANCH.No. .

Iii. grove this winter, certainly alforil to get the example I Ala writes: "One ot my customers had to permit any land south ol
I I. child which waa sick and thew up all, the railroad to be worked. a Homein ..Ill 1 No. 12 .3 I No. 1 I 1 No. 2 1 Na.4icllyJ
I.. B. Curtis who has been spending of keeping them out of the public food, could retain nothing on its etora. 1 sTios. lo.lly L'atIylVat1y I IUT'O" | Daily|haihy

the two months In the storeof streets.At ache.. Ho bought one bottle ot White's The Fourth-the glorious Fourth Florida af 08 a Lv.ll ......,. Tltuavllla .........Ar .!) fit>
; paRt the day In which the grandest of 17 19ta a Lr............Mlina,... .....Ar fit t7i I i imp al010aI.T..N.! 8mrrna..Ar hip < lOp,
Ackerman & Stewart, Pal atka, Inhere the close of the morning service Cream: Vermifuge, and 1 If brouglft up 110 Should write for Information about a a a LTLT.........,..Oslo,,ii...........Ar fit 1M.tAr S | 44i| eiiI1atv. Luknilelon .Ar hIp .4 00 p
worma. from the child. It's the- hoes ideas were promulgated by the pleasant section to .SMa ......... ..*....... all OOa C I BS|> nil BUajLv.OrauirM Cltv.Ar 5 1 hOp[ *8 44 p
for the month of July with his at the Pre byt"rlalllhurch! last worm medicine In the world." Whites grandest men of history. Is for A. D., F. C. WALDBON, Is SOa Ar......... Hanforit, Lv ill not 5 iOO|) 114O. Ar. Or.City Jo..Lv uiiimpeemsOdTNrr J

grand parent-:'Mr.I and Mrs. M. H. Sunday Bev. Dr. Reeves announced Cream Vermifuge la aUto! the Children 1UCW past. We with IIGO to. 4HO other Wolaka Flu. ; G.21Dvlly. Nu. 19Dally No. I 17 No.' 18Dallr.- 'No.-;-20--No. 21Dally. No. 24Dallr. No. 2S '
vacation their digestion and patriotic mortals spent I tat Urandln ( at and Salandluntay
White that he would take hi. tonic It Improves Dally.MATPOHT .
imitation! of food strengthens their the people there ever awake to the Dally ax.Sun Daily. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. M. H.' Head have decided during July and August, ami that nervous system and rrstorea them to the right deeming It a duty' to get together Medical Department. only only

not to go to New York this during these months there would be health vigor and elasticity of spirit and invite their neighbors to sIiGpsS dip. 4 BOp OtpsS5OeLv..h..l.oe'flltu..Arl7Oas| 5405.1 COpI 6Op.SOOp 1
eiSpsIOips liii 5 O3p.ets.L.1aJuk.iiie.tr.e6aaeMiaaulilamsfOlps $ lip
Rummer but will remain .quietly at no preaching service. The Sunday natural to childhood. Stto at Aokermaa social nnd enjoyable .ell on. Dancing TULAMH UNIVERSITY _of LOUISIANA. elf OOi''TStm'' lii's 1 10 p .10 OOa ir. ,.P.biei.hLse t (Os. StOae4$ iOp 0 impsl $QpsiQmfp.ytlpsfRips
Stewart's Palatka and Lounds' Ore.oenCtt1d .- .speaking a. grand dinner more ftp.i014.c..AU..iieJ.uh..L.sO t.7asTtheelhltlp.fimpsfmhp
will be held Sunday mornings & I
school .
home where as they say they can dancing and a happy return home slONpsTftps IhIlu OOpIsiOtUa1Az..S.ype4-.LvseOOa.140a.1a| iOumdIlOpsStOp)

be more comfortable than anywhere as usual and the Christian Endeavor wlth the remembrance of a day Urn advantage. for prartlaiU Insfcruoilon bulb
-- ,,. Theae Time Table.chow the tlmna aft whlob mine may be e.neoted to arrlv and dopart V
lit ample lutM>rat<>rl and abundant bocil'atttaterlsi
elite In the world.. will meet Sunday afternoons. There COMO.S. nobly spent, marks its history here. am uneqalleil. rr... acoeMi la given from the.,v.rai MtAtloiie but fthelr arrival nrdttpariiire ab the tliuel Stated 1. not ftuaranteed '
will also be the usual Thursday eve- Like a half-witted hontler of days to the great Charily. Utipltal' will mIll< .. tMtdnanJH.iH nor doee Ine Company he'id lt elt reaptiuaible for any delay or any aoueemiance. arlaing there
Leonard Reeves arrlv Hl last week long past we might 'wish that the ) ( > patlenU aunuully Special Irmtruutt n from.
for a month's vlalt with his parent, ning prayer meetings. Dr. Beeves V. Warner ansi his daughter, 4th of July 'would come again next bi given :rtHlly at the bmlnM, ol me) sick The
visit to his Miss Carrie Warner Carter left last next _...1",in .tMifloe Oatubfrr\:, luiti.""" Inc ot.ltU *. '
Rev Dr. and Mrs. D M. Beeves. may go on a for their summer homo at fall. Hon. Jno. P. Wall was the >Bu.eel Information adtir.e.Prof. J HAVANA. 4-
Ala. but most of Friday speaker of the day and right nobly
Leonard, with his three brothers are brothers in Eufala Jiinnhamptou: N. Y. It was their did he do the occasion Justice. His S.E. CHAILLE M. D. Dean, PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
will be at .
all living at or near Birmingham, his vacation spent quietly purpose to spend a few days in PaIntKa remarks given without notice or -
I at the home of Hon. P. o. Drawer set. New Orlmtna. La SOUTH BOUND. SORTS BOUND.
Ala., anil all are making rapid advancement home. continuing their warningowlngho; the failure of appointed ... MI.mI8uo..Tlur............... s ots r.viTasntsMon.. lrrt oonaAr
In thlr several calling Will J.: Newman and Miss Edith journey E. "U.' Crlll north, well chosen speakers so well to put come so well were forced .t) A. TORREY, Lv Key Wect Sun.: Thur.:::::::::::::::::: 1:\ t Roy hey We.t Wr.t Mon.Turs'Fri..1..1.: ::::::::::::: :I p a4r

Foster maurled at the home of H.v.n. Mon., .. .,. ... S
Mr. Stone, one pf the managers; of were little There WaR a children'. rally at the to the mind that none would be. Undertaker and Embalmer. .. A.MI..mtT..y.I. ..... hop

the lumber mills' at Omega has Miss Melissa Higgenbotham a Methodist church last Sunday night III) careless. as ever to forget them.' Per op of X.oo.i Time Card o.other Iolor.lloo address. any AI.nlJ.
rented the Alice south of town on Wednesday of laHt with an Interesting program of songs: D.WSTAaKhly.Dr ; -
house orVMUs
Full line of Caskets and Cellos D. B.&HNgR.: Lsst. .. ST.
Cowles the week. The ceremony was performedby and recitations. by the chiidron.ltev. GD P. .CeDt. .tGt8TIE. FL
on Main street, opposite in the Cole. TolophoaaCBEtiOENT
Dr. Beeves In the J. K. Ford preached a lady physician of Lincoln -
home of W. M. Bitch. It Is under. Hev. friends. Mr. Newman morning to a Rood congregation.!: ,, Kansas arrived in Florahome CITY FLORIDA. Now is the time wE3I.cLi&: SANDUSKY,
stood that the other numbers of the only a
firm alao Is a young man highly regarded Is theactive center of op..r-I -- You should Physicians and Surgeons
purpostt making Crescent from Heyllla,1; ations of the Putnam County ,
whtyoamn, here
City their Alliance, an organisationwb ,
perance WUl be at their office lu OBESOENT
and for few past has acted asa effected for the I
a year has been pur. SPRAY TREES. .
Services were held'at the 0 rove.- marine'engineer. The bride Is a pose of Inculcating; total abstenauoeprinciples CITY on Wednesdays. Thursdays Fridays

dale Methodist church last Sunday lady who has resided .' but organised primarilyfor 'MotherBurns and Saturdays of each week.

morning, the pastor, Rev. }L- H. charming young The tho purpose of moving on the We have
near Ureen Cove Springs. county for the purpose of securing a Office on Central Avenue.
Miller officiating. The regular best wishes of a large circle of "wet" and "dry" election under' the\ i i Whale OH Soap

quarterly eonferenee wan held on the couple In local option law. The Alliance
friends with happy state
Tuesday and th.; quarterly meeting relations.F. held a meeting at the Baptist church j: and W. B.' SHOTWELL I

service on Wednesday with Kev their new on Friday evening last with ,'a good I Builds : Row : Boats.
of Crescent City'sleading T A. Hart made' I Thrip Juice Insecticide
Dr. C. Ai the. 8. Cone one attendance j
Firlwood presiding "
merchants and who always the principal address. I Repairs bat bugglus and makes alI
elder present and preaching, For spraying Orange Trees. One klnila of at his
advertise as "Cone, the Shoe M.n"becaulle 'The Fourth was not publicly! oelebratwVhi 'S. \ .5' Her taaadf or the I repairs
W.J. gallon ot It will make gnllonsot the ,, In rear of his MEAT MARKET.
Bethel 1.UO
ama up-. from Daytona he makes shows for melts Como, though the day was' I \ \ Spraying Solution.Lound's Crescent City' Fla.

on "Saturday' and spent Sunday women and children a lending" feature generally observed as a holiday, and ) Children fan Satisfactory work guaranteed at
with his brother B B. Bethel. He there were severalgathering: at ei moet '1
returned of his business reports a steady home and family reunions notably 'I against the stove Drug Store prices.

Daytona on Monday.Mr. increase In trade. It Is three years ..'..tb. home, ,ofUa.pU.TlMievaud a. in ,
Bethel Is still connected with had scone 'way ev Crescent Transfer Co.
since Mr. Cone re-openod his store In Horace Prior. Mr. Dimenberry .1 I City ,
the large mercantile boue foundedby and he states that the stars and stripes spread ''In front eryday'Iuthc.** Crescent City Florida

Mr Hill at D ytona, a business Crescent City, of his beautiful homa and other olU.s. p Meet all trains at Crest City Juno
each year his sale have shown'an ..". showed their patriotism In a year. THIS CERTIFICATE IN EVERY BOX.
which tie Increase tloa. Night trains by appointment.
says-continues; to increase of IWh PQJf cent over, tho similar manner. .

under the management of It.. present. previous year. Mr. Cone keeps an ..Th.r. U going-to.be- a good.isuuny CfARAN'U11 s M. LABttEE. Manager.

owner attractive store and ,the different departments oranges in and about Como the coni- ;
E.-B. Simmons the1! newly appoint are well stocked with desirable Ingseason. The groves: Of W. K I Raoh box of fireKfHHf..DYMPNFAIATAIIL.KTH < >_. Sporxcor,

ed principal of the white school at goods. Dry goods and shoes and Horace Prior are 'among the .paracmnnh *l, iintlafter e.taluih.lay.treattnet iokltg 'Ultadayii ii this place for Is : most advanced In the neighborhood.These tn tllrtMitloiia' and, do not mttulv. utif. jOERTIFIOATE. j-
the ensuing year are his specialty, with a corner dr ,groves are In a hlgh.statwof btiiiflU wlmtever. from their ..t ratlin. 1*,
from Orange Springs 'and has bad look thrifty the mpty bIte biyfiiinlrtiiffilftl, buuiflitof -
voted to 6 and 10 cent bargaincountol'8. cultivation the trees bhn. or Mtnd fUrft to u*> ao I w. 111rofuntt Park Street near Poet Offloa.Craaoont .
SeVeral years experience as a teacher anti many of them are. laden with : : tlie |>rtm tl.t. '
In the : fruit' NkavnMi U4klM C... WHrran* Indian. City, ,. Florida.
county. .For Iwo year no was RELIEVES; f BURNS fcutantlyi draws out time fire Coot Soothes I

'principal Oak'Gro... school near CVBCSrCIaTICA, Mr. and Mrs.cThomas Smith of I anti Hcas the Bum Bold by Louotl'a drug store, Croeot .tJohneMlv.rbyoayllght.The .
Melrooe. )Lr: Simmons' Is .. ;young 1 Ji.... WV fc. Bllev, 1.1 D., Cuba. Huutlngton spent the 'Fourth In without kWlnga u pIyicAr. Keep PARA- I City, Flu. Ap 17.Am, '

nlan.o.boal of and hasrecently New York, wrltosi After Itfteeu d.je of Como, vivltluK. Mr. and Mrs W. Kv I .CAMPH In you home. You need ft trery day. Try Puaounptv 'Beach & Miller Line
2Syears age: from scuttle rheums- and f., IJ :FOR COLDS IN THE I ,
xaruolatloR pain Palmer [ HEAP CATARRH. HAY ]FEVER de.I JOHN D.- O. B.
been graduated: .from- tbotprl..te tl"m, under various'. treatments. I w.sInduottd No. oneoanf tfirougli"!; dom.-. I I ViNCEN XUaniax caraCLNrLaavealaehsonitie .

normal school at .,Abbeville, to try Ballard s Snow Liniment, without_ beIng Impressed -with .". "89I. ONLY IN 2SO BOO AND ftl.OO BOTTLES.AI .. Artistic Barber. on fumutuja.
O first relief : I all Mutunlaya at ft-llO a* m. for uroen ( ,
*, He Is regarded!: .. an':Sxo.llenltesohee. the Brat application giving my eUnallness. Tb. ar. mAny -prettywielka. I-nlntka.' uraaoant City an* :
aud the awjonil., entire relief. I two baa an' active. AT: -OOOD ; prnol"1
teachflwfllprobably The-village
J1'b., asslstaat live .II unqualified rvoomaaeodatlon.: irto, Association of DRUGUiU.Te. Hair Cutting lu all approved stjlea.Olva .. ''o..t: ..aft on ,
not be appointed,, antll, the Ackermau Stewart's. Village Improvement oall.CBX8CXMT m/- .co'
SIM and. tl.OO' ladles to 'whom tb* oflldltl-f this.. I ., I me a jankaonTll] wharf foul: of Laura Mtee. .,
meeting of .the .school board la Pslstkst, and Lounds' prvC store Oresoen aand.ltU of affair U das. : -- '. -- 'lopb.o.m. .
t'ulfIIl&&. ( Gfl,.' pleasing For S alo by Aokerman & 8tewart.'e CIY, J'WRXOA: ..wb total UMaoaatmt,, C i'L

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Rev Dr.: R.' L. lI :lIt; '-Batrday r rI II 1IiisC'cofl'n :
:j' Palatka News 111'1Jn J. Vertre. of Nashville I spent M Gone to Texim.Rev. WihiiikkyI Do
: and !Sunday in Palatkn, en
'enn.. In here on a visit to her father : N. H.AVIUlain, since January
i; : : and Advertiser uclge J. Vertrevs anil\ her Mister I route to his home in Palmetto from ;" lii'.t pastor of !Ht: James !M. E.

Mrs. J. N. Walton. Col. Vertreetf attending the state convention uf church In this city, left with his family -.- --
I .. Epwortji Leagues at Monttcello.\ On on Wednesday fnrCotulla, Texno,
.. .. with party of friends from Nashillu
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went on to Hummer Haven. Sunday: evening Dr. Hoiiikor prench- nt which place ha Ims been. assigned

S City fiapptniitds and S Wm. L. Rile of Briildi'iitowti a ..d to his old congregation In St. to the pastorate of the. Methodist. Furnishing1 Goods and A fs

ames M.\ E. church. 'Jim doctor will olnircti.
Personal 1 mention. J JChan. former well known citizen mid bug-
,,c $ always be welcome visitor to Pultka For the several\ months Mn

J ............ lucas,Ixlt to man relatives of l'I ll\tka.and friends was here several on a not only among his. old congrcatlon ..Williams past him been Buffering with mI- at Prices never heard of before. J

:k ,f Dnvl of Tampa wan In town day. the lust week returning to his but with the people of nil lironehlal trouble timid physicians had

on the Fourth. tome Monday! afternoon. reeds.Those. 11 cU'iHerl her romovnl to a. higher and Blue Serge Suits worth $12.00 at $9.50. '
of our citl/.eng who were dryer climate. Since that advice

,, -, Palatka George with Wertz friends.Aurellan spent. the Fourth In lo..ltlon Miss Minnie stenographer Hnky has In accepted I Tie office a down town\ last Tuesday evening witnessed was given' Mr.[ Williams has been Homespun and Flannel Coats and Pants: worth $7.00 1

a pretty exhibition of hilling Htuadlly looking for an. opening in
; Kane of Jacksonville ofU. M. Imvls & Son tank .
\ wn inanuacturers. :
011 Lemon and Front streets by the dome one of the western conferences at $4.90.
in the city liut week. Miss fluky was graduated .
r (lent City Guards. The company of hlg church. Recently
'# R. II. Abplaimlp was flutter In from the shorthand and commercial, made a moHt excellent appearance occurred at Cotulln Texas vacancy and tho Single .Coats worth $5.50 at 430. .. 1

Jacknonvillo lost. Hmuliiy.Kruest : epnrtiiient of Rollins College, and if their good work contliuies- pastorate. there van tendered Mr. :

4 Monday\ Jacksonville wng The annual comity lax sale was which there Isn't the l.,ast doubt of_ Wlllliuus with the result that he accepted Youths Suits worth $8.00 at $5.00.

? c, t in town the first. of the week. held In front of the court house last there will bo a banner company from and left on \Wednesday.f and Childrens Suits worth $3.50 and $4 at $2.50. J.

Vincent Moody[ was vtaitor In : londay and a large pelt of the prop. alntka. at the encanipnment. The f' Is. a small town in LaSalleI Boys .

Jacksonville* on lant Sunday. I rty was sold 1 to Individuals. Tim boys were treated to light refreiih- I county less than' fit U) miles. from tho! Shirts in town Balbriggan Undershirts at 3
.RI""o brought together a grrut mutinypople mettLe by Captain Calhoun nl'l! Mexican holder.I The church there Best Line of Negligee 4oc. I

: Kx-Mayor Stephens him returned : fioin all harts of tho county.To mltli'g., just before the conclusion i Is strong tinniigh alford a liv lug! toltn Cost. Up-to-date Line of Neckwear. '
busings to at
Vl from trip Georgia. Straw Hats
,c sutUfy a mortgage hold by of the drill. Henry MoKom/.ia-: anew i piisror. and the hops is fondly expressod :

& t ,. !Mr.\ and Mrs. J. 1>. Hlngham were' Thomas. l.fuiny of New York the old member of the organisation. I| by his former parlshom .i

: visitors lu Joukhonvlllo Sunday. St. George hotel property in this city The board. of' fire comnuilmizioneraheld !, here, that In his new field his cxcel-; Herbert Crook

; J. A. Shelley spent Sunday the was .sold Oil Monday by E. Noble Its regular meeting last Monday lent wife may not only find health, n. MEYER ,

V Continental hotel Atlantic beach. C"lhonn. as special master. Theroperty Ight.: John Hoyle"niif elected Janor !-*html. that 1\(1'\ Williams may bn prosntnid i.I ,

', d The July nuinbar of St MiiikuMeggenger > was purchased by lion. S. ( to succeed T. T. Hay resigned, : I\ I In his onIUIII !\. Manager.

;& warn Issued this week. J. Hllbnrn for $1,275. The board U working up an Interest I l luring big short ofnclal. connection I,

rl Jan. II. Fry and his glster MIsS nt'v.Y.: J. TllKhiniui and wife loft ii n the clepmliut.il by Inaugural \llli the church in Palalk" Mr. WilInms ---- -

4' Lizzie spent Sunday in Jacksonville. on Tuesday, for the eastern shore of a series of races to bo tmlnred into by did etllcieut service and grent- .-'---__ ....=--_+ c-; _+-__ I
F. J. Fenrnstde spent Sunday and Iiiryland, where they will upend the the various companies. Prizes will Iy endeari(d himself to the members A Big Cuthas .- ----a

Monday on thn bench with his. fiimliy.Miss .. sUflhIfl(-V with r"I..lIvolilnd old bo offered. Tint matter wits talked of his congn'gat lull.., and had It notleoii 111 .; :r'U tc.a.n.l.: : :rha.rcl.a.oy: : :::

rlends. They expect to return home over at some length but no definite for, thu unfortunate( affliction II PAL.ATKA FL.ORIOA. j

\ Henrietta Kaundeig of LnkoCoino In October. action taken. It l Is understood( how. \\:Jm,left 'has come upon I him m It III .beidved been made Chemicals Druggist :
I Tiumday In the city with Drugs, Sundries and
spent that his here would I n our I -1
friends. The resignation of J. 1>. Points as over, something will) bu doing In piutorate Patents.PRES9RITSONS .

I nptaln of Co. "1)." 2d Halt. 2d Reg !eparlnicntlifter the arrival of the hn vti proved a signal blesxiug to the CAREFUL-LW
Hon. S.O Timmons of Putnam Goods Stock. .
new hose reela, which are now on the church. Dry !
F. 8. T. lies been Qovvtmlnfrs .
accepted by
Hall was a visitor In the city last --..._- oAnbac::- 5050. A"OOI.o 701..11017 atoam.hlp Lit
t And tho commission ".ofFirst way.The Thu Fourth nt Crundlii.'J .""!. -- +"'5i'; =;:=:: .. '3. _+ co .
.?i Monday. Lieutenant E. X. Calhoun I Fourth of July passed. off very t's worth Investigating.
Mrs. :tI.. C. HnVoll, and Miss ?!ltrli I, in J'Klulkl'J'here ., e\J!\ 1/ens of Qrandin gave a bigilcnlc -. .
('lIpluln .''f the company has been quietly was no Cut prices include a .P' -- .__"'"
In the at that
t ha Dray are sojourning on the beach ssuod nibllc celebration but there glove 1 place on
dating from lid. was a
_. at Oooilall.U. the "Fourth anti jioople) from all overtime Lot of pretty A'S.WILSOJ. QEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL
couple of base ball : In the iif-
C. K.: Mumford I VIva PBIWIDKST.
a comparatively western pmiri'of time county at- ,1'aKeJDBIIT.: CasaiisTHE
I O. Husband the popular young ernoon, which tended to make the
new citizen of the county residing mitSisco piuled.;; It is estimated that
.. I merchant of Urandin spent( Monday\ was In the city on Monday\ tiny of American Independence not 41)41<) ) people were present. fully Lawns, } Putnam National Bank
F In the city. an altogether dull one, even if tho
Mr. Mumford comes from New York
Nothing that could contribute\ to
I, Mrs. C. I. Mow ton Is spending a and thl I Is his. first summer In Floil- weather was hot. 'I'hie first game. tim( comfort of the town's guests was Dimitys, Of 3Pa.la.t.ls.a.

couple of weeks Jacksonville visiting day, but he (says ho la well pleasedwith was between a fast black team from omitted and all who attended andGinghams.
her son. he climate.A St. Augustine and the Palatka colored report Percales We solicit the uoonuntg of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all
I nine., The former the time of their lives. The day the courtealug' and aaoominoilatlon, ooualstent with good' Banking
won by a score
I Miss Daisy Livingston Is In l>ay- spur of the Atlantic Cont Line was one of excessive heat, and 'this : Also
of 14 to 4; it was a. Bprlntlng match. .
;. tona and at Seabreeze for a fuw hams recently been built Into the inu, fact kept many away who otherwise -
At another
811. in. game was playedtween
tI weeks' stay. chine shop uf R. Henley on Laurel would have gone not alone from Palatka Ladies Summer '
_ ><> the lfuPPO"ed-l.elulnr Palatca Smith'sIce Mattings
; Capt. J. W. Sillier\ of Crescent City street which adds materially to the team and the Nlue Chums.. The but from the surrounding I Rugsand

wl\lIln the city for a short while on acllltles of the shop for handling game promised to bu extraordInarily country districts. Underwearand

Wednesday. heavy work. A locomotive Is now At ,noon grand dinner was servedon I Creamis
ntrrcerlng up until the first half of '
Mrs. J. N. Walton and the children mdcr the sited receiving a thorouirliverhnullng. the third Inning when the score stood 1 1I the KrOIll\fJ.o.'ld' there was enough other goods for Floor Coverings
I I-ft from tho bounteous to ,
to leave for Bummer repast Delicious !
;. L and I, but utter that, things took a Ladies
Haven today.f Rev. F. H. Rlchey will preach next Cakewalk turn and Ihe enthusiasm feed a regiment of hungry soldiers There extra an ) Sunday; morning from the text foundIn Dancing wAnt on during the day are some and what Jo'urulturflR.
died out. Thu regular team l Everybody say so, every-
won by
Mrs.' K. M. Haughton of Jacksonville .
the 8d chapter and luth verse of a close margin 10 to 13. A largo and evening and the young people' Bargains for Hen l body;: Kiiyn goes. (''loan cool parlor' S. MOONEY
arrived yesterday Jor a visit St. Jtthii. tn I the evening the sermoi had a happy time at this always In our for Indies null wppclaf table for pur. .
crowd was out to linens this
with her sous. game tics of little people. Everything; In
,. will be from the text. "Caiest thou and all seemed to enjoy tile sport.Neatly popular diversion. the way of U. innhtnir! Special low price
T. 11. 1crl'llllnd C'has.: Burt of the lot that we perish." At; the evening Hon. Jno. P. Wall was the orator
nil the principal' bumiuumeumsImoummem. Summer Full Window
f Putnam National Dank spent the service Mr.V.' C. Colomnn will sing of the city observed the dnyby dif the day and lie made a character Cool Drinksat ,Stock of.. Shades.Undertnklo' ,
_ Fourth at Atlantic Beach. ixtlc speech lit Ills vein. and Embt llolli".
solo 1
c 1\ by a special request. closing in the afternoon. Many\ .... Clothing .
-- ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Leach the Fountain. for -
our headquarters
Patton Anderson chapter U. D. C.. pretty[ fireworks iliiiplayg' were 'noticed Petition for I'ort of J "
lItry. Walter
children spent Haturday. and Sunday choice Confections, C'ltms.( 'fe. bog accepted Uw
in Jacksonville with relatives. i h"leI an Interesting meeting .at the throughout the city durlug the Tile Palatka Board of Trade has Furnishingsand Ice Cream innUe to .eider for par agency! for ARMOUR A COS. complete
r".ld"nc8 of Mrs. B. A. Deal evening. .
on .
I lies and rrciplliMis.L.
forwarded to Hon. Leslie 1\1. Shaw lint ct
; ,
Miss .. -
_ Kmnm Olnmleiul of Pomona Thursday afternoon of last week. -- 'Shoe

1 spent part of Monday In the oily n.. Tho hostess served elegant refresh. Count}. CiMiiiulMMioiierH M Ion a pptlon osklng that Palatka be
the I Kneit of Miss Minnie liuky. monts. The chapter will hold or PALATKA FLORIDA.
regular took the board Departments.Bargain
; county ooinmliisloners made .
a port of entry. AccompanyIng Tbfl above firma he thinks are In position ..
; Mrs. Edward J. Smith and family. ? meetings through the summer. nearly three. days to transact this
petition was a compilation to give- better values than
; 'ft of High Springs have been here for At the council meeting on Tuesday Its business for the July meet1 Hhowlng the number vessels which Seekers this line, and only Mia 1111m"nllf"oture..ln

a week past on u visit to relative night action on the proposed ordinance 1 IIII', held this week. arrive and depart from Palalka durIng will find a SHOE SALE a trial order to convince you of tbia (act,

B. It. Iliakeman! has sold 80) acres reducing water rates WitH laic The board was called. to order on time year together with the 1,000 Things to ---- Price list furnished on application.

of wild land three miles west of over until Riich time us Clerk Black Monday all the members being pies- total shipment. pf lumber, shingles, interest them atTIic You will be interested it's

.t:1: Francis. to Smith & Harden, the mil well can get Information rate I ant but Chairman Fearnslde who etc., which are sent out over' the Write Walter Thomas
''iFt V men. paid l by other cities. The council ordered had been upending the day at the world by Palatfca firm and other a Money Saver. Falatk Flu

Congressman Robert W. Davis and the clerk to purchase KM fee beach and who did not return untIl that tow lighter loads to this place LOOK! I

41 'c Mrs. Davis. are spending the week I\t more of hose for the. fire department the day was nearly, done. Commissioner for loading on vesnelg. '

f the Continental Hotel, Atlantic Miss Hii Bond accompanied the Stilckland was made chairman The petition was signed by the S. E. BOND One lot of :3tcn'g; Shoes-gold .tr-----.1.

.t Beach. choir of St. James E. church with pro tern pore' During[ the Monday [ mayor nnd members of city council everywhere fur $2: 75, our priceUioUwev $$2.35
. .. . . Furniture
The launch Mist carried an excur- the violin at the rIces last Sunday meeting the commissioners the county commissioners, the mil CO'S.Big ,

. don of young people for a moonlight| and hereafter this will be a regular were engaged! solely in the work of owners and all member of the board can't One be lot bought Iimlles anywhere Fine! Shoeg In, Mattings, I

i4t ride on the river the evening of the i feature of the music at Sunday ser .imaltilng: the tax: assessments of uf trade who could be seen. It was 1\ Stores. the I county for less thnu *.i.75, ; Oilcloths, J

Fourth. vices. Miss\ Bond 1 was graduated their several dlstiicts. strong petition and It Is thought that our priceOur .. . . . $$2.35 Rugs, CurtainsOil I
from the musical conservatory of This work was resumed on Tues It will undoubtedly result In the .
Mrs. Carrie H. Markham of Tallahaisee gov. Men and
;i. Women' $2.25:! A I
I Is visiting at the home of her WpNloynn Female College at 1\/lcon day and when completed showed a eminent designating Palatka a* a l Shoeg: cut to. . .. ... .no Push I )
I last month receiving the medal of total assessment In the county of! port of entry U. 1.opaa4im.sr. VB.... II. HH.LIAHO N Cart
: purjnts. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Crlll, on Every Shoe In the. house ha hud .
$:f.6ua"I! > < On' this the for the I :
the Heights. honor for her excellent playing.A. following With Palatka a* a port this city Its price cut In the game proportion.I. M. Baby,

3j ; D. Groover a well known farmerof levy was made for the clllleron would get credit for Its great shipments G. lOPfR BAIHV & O. ll| JUST SEE
Miss Lllliau Mortis is spending tho funds vizi: county school, fund, 6 : I.
_ RoBcohk, now living temporarily at of lumber and other manufactured Jacobson
t' week nt Weliikn. She will return to Rodman was in town on Monday for mills; general revenue 2'4 mills; product which now are give = F. A. GfRBIR{ & 80N18Coupons

., 'tt 2 the city on Saturday and then go to the first time In nearly three year road fund, l,mlll; bridge fUI1
gi : the beach. for the summer. Ho resided In Pal tkl\ nearly 130 yearsago mill; Sine and forfeiture! fund :I -an.r = for a Free trip to New

: P. M. Hngan has resigned from the and hall always kept up with the mill; State, 5 mills,-a total of 14'amilla. Compliment to I'ulatku.. Leading American and Foreign York given.with each 25 cent pur-

management of the Palatka base bal city's changes and had interest 1 In "When I want anything In the IIn.., Let Us III otiaae.,
club and Roland bUll bee This Is the same R.llUlt both Companies Pictures Neatly Framed.
Keating Its people. Mr. Groover's son, Oscar year, of clothing or men' furnUhln w! ,
1 selected to till the vacancy. who has had poor eyesight since. Infancy .- as regards the. Htate and county goods," said a. well known grocer Accident Know Your Undertaken and Embalmera. 5
The Palatka base ball club left ford Is now totally blind atKJ:! year levy. A good deal .is being said by drummer who visits this city at ret :L Phon 04., Palatka Fla. I

4: DeLand Wednesday. night where of age. the state press about Gov. Jennings ular Intervals, "I Invariably wait until The Travelers ____.* MaWJHmJBWBNotice.
'4 4 they were scheduled to piny with the having reduced the state levy. That I can get to Palatka." of Hartford Grocery Wants
The members of the fire .
\( club of that place yesterday.Tax has been done on the general reve- "I travel pretty much over the Life Insurance
dt'partmuiit and number of : All In Palatka are requested
quite contractor
a line fund, but as the amount has "
whole state said the and thorff will
c! : Assessor U. F. Bullard of MeMeekln Invited sat down drummer be no giound of oomlilala to bid on the work to Be
y one of the most popular 0111.a. the guests to a banqueat been added to otter funds the poo "and I tell you that there Isn't R The Old Reliable idGerrnaniaLife" at the quality.Wa done on the old ICoctory. Bids will
clals the county has ever had line Arlington on the evenIng pie. will pay' the mime amount of tax. house In any city In the whole of hare all tho leading he opened July 10th.
of July 4th. Thin banquet WAS H. A. B. McKenzie of New York
of the Times ST. MARK'S CHURCH,
Florida that 'lea such
? : been few In carl a variety
: spending it days the city;
the annual celebration of the deparment BREAKFAST Palatka Fla.W.
Herald wa awarded the contract for CEREALS
this week. of men's fine Roods ti and was an occasion of much Marine U. HUBDHTTB, .. '
publishing the new state laws. Insurance
side Clothing Company. You Pntkii : .mdthej-area.il of th.* FKEsiH VA]U- Heo'y of the
Mr. and Mm.\ J A. McDonald of pleasure. After the supper had been Wade : Vestry.
Hampton was placed on the boy ought to be proud of that ERY. Nothing gets muny or mouldy la
Racy Point were in' the city )'ester. disposed of. Chief Ron ton, ns master The LenJimg Companies this 6-room
list pluue.
pension at $2 GO and Mrs. Cover- storo. You can go there and V o don't keep our stock. IuJN'r.-11 1 mo* -My
day. Mr. McDonald! la the postmaster of ceremonies Introduced E. Noble!\ dale at It per month. ; get 1\0 we calm It.-It's going out and coming la flat and bath, hot and cold watir.

of Racy Point, and an extenslve Calhoun as the speaker of the even %v. J. Bryan being the lowest bidder l- pair the of men's mode;shoes:you can that get yon neck knoware wear .111 Claims Promptly all the time. ". Apply W. A. .i&EId1dV1)AY.

c farmer. 111.1. {. Mr.\ Calhoun acid many tile for a bridge at Putnam Had he and under gnrments asflne Settled. We make: a loading specialty A full line of Underwear at I. M.

r Arthur Sipprell the boy orator of things about the department and lila I' was awarded the contract at *75 made and _a* for clothing. _, the.a linear i.a of the. bent \. Mryer' .

itt Putnam Hall has been engaged to remarks were greeted with much Jno. B. asked Office 18 Front St., J' Fn
ap. McKay ald.._front. the .- those reoognued time country ALATEA. Butter and Central, Lem
Cheese Go to Mr*. Puddy'.
1 lecture before the club at Jack- ,
boy's plimse. omintv and was !rIven &(8. over'a being the moat artistic a" and Alo -
C Ronville. His subject will b.. "ldeenlc The Florida Southern division of A public mad oidared/sama; to well as the bt made and of the latest Teas and Coffees. on. Urocerie street for.chicken eggs.|

0 Attractions of the Klondyke." Atlantic Coast. Line Ry., has jusfinished tart from Palatka and Htarkn road, fabrics. Time I Is post when a man IF ,YOU SEND YOUR CHILD and
the at a sign post near Harlem sohno Is obtl ..d. in order to drags well,' to We have a vory fine blend of Coffee at We hay. Tie that you knot
Mrs. Leo Jacobson 'and her little most successful melon put a month' salary in suit 15 cente or :J that do uotat I. M.Muyer
.t house; and to run"to the south'aide a of to us with a prescription, you can pounds for 28 Cents that seine YOU
y,,' e aon will leave next week for an extended season that this section of Florid of Aaron Varnes lund.' 1-loHies.' Modern methods have ivoL,. you cau't duplicate In tola city at !hOe
p ; '. visit In New York. They w1l1 i has ever known and while the cantaloupe The .state peni.1 >n claim of Mrs ed I the 'tailor made garment' and any rest assured It will receive the same I ound. per. If you want to 'get your money"worth knockout

t p rh,, go from Jacksonville on the. Ul3.deLine crop wan almorft a failure on Eluey Thompson\ was. approvedLiquor .. '!rood or..ln..llyPllt.l a. fie a* If. up.made man to can his order.get 811 careful attention that it would if highest Wo semi ale."*npptyouwlth the very use 5 and Peek'see a (rood Pine COLD Tar Syrup,

which sails next \ account of early drouth the melon petition* werepresented you came yourself. We do believe grade Con.w. .
_ ship Monday from Jno. D Rlngham M. H. Mul'- IT.fBi garment are all made by high not (Improved) _
I :: Hon. 8. J. Hllburn, one of the crop and) good prices has morn thAn \\lhy. 'J'holM.. 1{, y.'l'hlll'pen & Smith ]priced tailors and, the work on then in substitution. We believe oaflon* FBE311 OBOCEBIEa you want Permit
the !i. equal to the best work on suit to Notice of' Application for
compenftated for loss a
_ on oantatiupH. lno. C. Raahe. and 'I'holl H. KealI
leading lawyer of the state and a in only the best .
t Twelve I or<'er. [ hare worn '.'tailor made purest and most to Sell Liquor Wlnea and &er.WHxaua. '
hundred and four ing. They were ordered advertised .
'd'fr? *!I law partner of Congressman. Robert Molt,.' trout Fearnslde'* for the reliable L. C.
;' cars of melons and cantaloupe wa I, The notary. bond of Hnaard iinrdln past drugs that it is possible te STEPHENS John D. Elngham hag fluId"
I W. Davis Is at the threeyemirsandlhav.smevsd a good ,
capital on profegslnnal was approved ns also the "
ride '
,., .. business.. -Tallahassee. Cap the movement, not to mention the bonds of Jno T. tlond! and were L. J. MoLecxl. ninny -"-dollar. .and looked just ." buy Our stock is in keeping with KIrby and Blorrl 8U., Palatka, PU. for with Putnam the Board county/of County' Florida Ooannlwloj, appllclltJD1 .
movement of IW7 pretty. belief.
of our
cars -
:. .. ...- I, Or--T.I"plcoe, 94 aud we wilibriug, the for permit to soil Liquors\ Vin.I. .04; ;
fi tal.A stores kaolin. and lumber, that were Other application for rifle bonds !rood8 to )'ou. .... Beer In Election District US of sid
1 large Triumph" watermelo were reftrred to commissioner So Say 'Ve All of .Us., .ue. ?
given unexcelled of
movement from clOseD
was on exhibition at Leo. Jacobson's that, territory during' a brief period That Joseph H Harp was referred Putnam .county's, resource. "lid REX PO R.O usl I I'ountj leotlou and dlatrle.liIt.attol roar; any how 4SUse. If anyIii. :

p tore last Friday and Saturday.. I of n few weeks., The first car of mel. sent back in for unsigned.proper signatures.. ,-- *'> Jt. wa many attractions mire weekly prevent PLASTERSKing I i ... b.. at the meeting of the ]Buajo Ami'v> ,

I The melon weighed!, 67 pounds; and mm went forward May SKlrd.: This! Commissioner. Strickland WR* requested *d to th,$ rending' world In new and /' All Plasters Fresh_ FiIi.'aiatk t>* held ou Tuoday.'th. 4th day anoura

c was grown by J. A. McDonald Racy output of 111)61 oars wltbout a single to make specification for pleaslngstyU by the San Mateo\ Item, r gust 1903. next,why. uoh permit J
not be
Point- rebuilding a bridge at Long Branch of Florida' granted < \f.II..II f.
accident qae newspapers JOSEPH PBW -
't or delay certainly speak and to adverting for bid. whom" "column will give immediate relief. The limb eaters :! | Forlia.
Mrs. W. E. Wattles and little well for the Atlantic Coast LIne \ aparklawith ; are notlflwl\ thai Clerk Board Co Com.Putnam Co..
., A rebate of $l.Hl was allowed B are carefully medicated in they can lIeDeralJ'! nnd Fresh. : t
the of a Water
4 and the railroad N. Louthan on. his tax.of IWia. bright writing Editor John A. man. FISh .. '
datmghterofSt.Asgustln'eareIsitltig: management offl nor' which permit the *'/" fl11 house 00 the dook for .1'11I1&
pores of the Notice of Application
:.. at the home of A. Wattles on the elsie. directing! the affair on thGainesville O. H. Ewing. presented a petitionof Crosby, one of tha bait newspapermen kin to at the foot of alley facing| pnnn-. aud &.rWH .
iiOcltlaenr of Florahoni. "endorsing : In the t8.-a-Tlme-Cnlon..l : immediately absorb the cigar facUrr.) toot of to Sell Liquor, Wine
:. Height Mr. Wattles, who is now and Palatka divlsloi. the actionol the ooiiiuilsslonnr* ., .. .sNewPastor. _- proper) medication. For couglu Mo rUh dressed Held street. .M."I.: !his 6led' .I
connected with the St. There la probably nowhere In the ; or charg- mA*. Murphy
Augustine In the iwPutuaa
( building present road from Arrive. and colds; for aches and pains. eel the Board of County CommlaalonM
:. Record, wan over for the Fourth. south a finer or more competent set that place. Be,,'. A. L. Woodward of Tallahu ; Florida PP"*tl<"lBiJ
of conductors and engineers than A committee consisting. of chairman' City Drug Store. Palatka Liquor. Whites 8IId
Miss. Mamie Morrison of Pomonaha. Fearnitlde," Commission see ha been appointed, pastor of St. Fish Co. permit to .ell said. ,COUI
been appointed a teacher in the run Into Palatka." Train Master A. Strickland and ('l-rk Price In ElwUoo District M of ieCU05
wa* apL James M, E, (Chute in this 'city to M. J of such
L. Glass lay they are the cream 'of pointed to legal! advice and .. Trueman Situ State; aim) clttaeo b'
.. Falatka graded school. Miss Morrison Ret\ .1. fluent the.unrfxpirrd term of R.t, dUlrlet choW aao., If""say there
the earth and he I I. proud of Tertls for bids under proper upoclflcatlon :: t may be "".
ham, had of the Tory SthLS W
charge school at to balld thr bridgeMro ,NR WlllUm, realgnad. Mr Wood Manaaer.; at tlw massing of the Board lams!
Welaka for the several them, which no doubt account for : .1:=, "WI on Tuaaday. lime tub day of AUgUSt .
past .
i yuan the 81. John river at Palatka.. ward arrive! In tb elty Wednadyacoompanicit .
.. DO
L. 0
,I and 1 I. considered one of the beat the high esteem In whlob Air. Glass Th* meeting of the oommUfUmen" by Un Woodward axed ...."-.= -.= Btopkeog give ooupon thanoe* Aflz .hj such p "
I Ie held by hi. mn .lM(.d (o of -, ... -,ut": for a frte twill to New :
eaotmi la hj noon : '! I york with '
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