The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00090
 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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Goes to F('rn n llna. Smashed II IM Automobile. CONCKUNINO POLITICIANS vllle Sun says of him ] ,
CLOTE3J: : G-, "R.I M'Donald DeLandwho Y
Rev. John O'Hrlnn, the popular Albert Jenkins son of L>r. E, K. In his speech at Shell Pond Ian Is the latest candidate for the Democratic ; a ; }

'a pastor of St. MonicKa Catholic. Jenkins of this city, hud a collision week the Honorable Charles. Monroe congressional nomination. Is

Now occupies every bit of available space in the "Big church In this city, will leave, next with a fanner's ,wagon while ridingIn Blown, candidate for Governor on a a gentleman of tine address and good ,

week to assume the pastorate of the his automobile In the Bubuibsof platform which "insures comfort for appearance. He Is quite an eloquent -

t Store, and every garment is of the newest fabric. Our church In Fi-rnnndlim. Jiicksonvllle lust Wednesday eve the widow and protection to orphanages worker.speaker Mr.\ M'Donald and an Indefatigable WHit a delegate -

leader is the That much was Rottloil last week ning. The accident resulted In ," hnd a good deal to say about to the last Democratic National

when Father O'Urlen wont" Jo' St. rowing the oopiipnnts of both vehicles the subsidized press In Florida. Convention and the writer's association ;f

Augustine to veto Itlnlinp Kenny, ,and Inlo tlut road, the lose of a claiming hero were 13 newspapers! with him was of a most plens- "
i when the transfer was olllclnlly promulgated "' 10..110 the';; farm wagon the over- In the state entitled to claHKifluatlon mid! nature He In engHiird! In the < TmI'
Kirschbaum Tailor Made Guaranteed hardware business In OpLand and is
ClothingWe 'liiinlng' of the ntitnmoblla and Its under that henil. Thirteen In certainly highly! esteemed by all who know '

It wlW be remembered, that several catching fire and ,hurntng" fiom' the an 'unlucky number. The him.'' alA

don't need to say more; men who are. particular in dress know that weeks ago Father O'Brien' wall naked spllllngof oil In the ndllghl lnmi>s. hoodoo-eonjures by It and the candidate prophet Is .not always honoredIn

the Kirschbaum Clothing is the equal of the best custom made that the by his bishop! to take the pastorateof The farmer was uicompnnled by hln who "bumps" It In lour. But his own country, but not so with {
; gar- the church Orlando. This was wife and baby non of whom received perhaps Candidate Brown forgot to i i the candidate, whose measure Is ji d
ments are the product of the best tailors and not the output of sweatshops.They o be one of several. moves which other than slight scratches. count tin Blllvllle Nooau-Lfttt+r. taken by his nearest constituents.

have style and finish and are, of modish ,fabric. There is an exclusivenessto Bishop Kenny had In contemplation, With Mr. Jeuklns In his automobile And In this connection It Is a safe
Tn editorial paragraph In the. bet that Robert W. Davis will geta I
these garments that commends them to man of taste. Every garment is the one dependant upon the other were Kubijit James Raymond hint number an of his Florida Index' larger proportion of the votes -ot r n
or the refunded. Vt that time Father O'Brlnu wrote Truman and an engineer. All wmndumped Putnam county than any other candidate -
guaranteed, money Editor 'I'! J. places)' : Putnam -
Appleyard of other county for the
,,hit bishop giving reasons why he Into the ditch ...received any

UflTC-- have the best makes in soft.and stiff hats. If it's stylish preferred to eta:' In I'tlatka-renllolla, sprains and bruises, none of. which ii.In majority the list for of counties Frank Clark!sure for to same Record.or any. other otllce.. -St. Augustine + ;v4

FALL lln I 0 head gear you want, be sure you can find it here. vhloh were accepted by the bishop ate, surlous. give Congress. With purpose of gainsaylnir If the Record had stated that ..e}2 I'' '
nnd Is l
noted on. It bad been the The Automobile a complete Robert W. Davis would receive Hit r '
.t CUnCC We are agents for Hanan & Son and the Burt & Packard Shoes .>l hop's. purpose to appoint Father wreck except the engine which carl Mr.l'pl"1I1rd'for airiving at a correct solid l vote ,of his county It would '

\Jf1 IWUVJv for ,men. Need we say more? There is certainly nothing betterin Koley of Ferunndliin' to the reotor- be utllhlt'd. prognostication of the result of the have been nearer right, If there 1 Is a

the shoe line than those made by these standard shoe makers. hip ot the Ht. Augustine Catl..dl'ul.o Messrs. Jenkins and Jumeu, III'rh'"il cnmlng congressional. pilmary, In man In nil the length' and breadth of f7 ?I
; move Father Fox of Orlando, to In I'nlatka on Mm' late. AtlantlM Const Putnam who does not a j fa
this the News can at leant county approve -
:SOY.S':: : 'ornandI lI, and Father O'Brien to train Wndnosdny night slightly. diefiguredbnf county of who is enthn-
SOSOOL:: SHOESBoys' :: : Orlnndn say that It has been startled by the nay not mi

all considered promotionsNow _, __ \ In all pollMcnl contest, siaatln supporter of Judge Davis for .'
Shoes Is something: of a new departure for us. But we've started it seems that Father Fox, _oao-- -- prediction. ;'
the ollloo of Governor the New has
for .t1ou. is forecast sized
To AIlI lj Il1jnu through large
right by laying in the biggest assortment of wearable shoes for Boys ever shown from considerations health de- | chunks victory of sentiment which finds yet to hear of him. Putnam county- y ?
Orlando.: Before the, judge( of tho United
here. Just bring your boy and see if we can't give you a revelation in shoes_ for .lres to remain the In of these Ae.uiowletlgmg States circuit court at Huntsvllle, fregnantfavorable expreselounforthe I IK not always united, but It Is unitedo 's;
cogency Rob't. W. Davis for Governor. I
him at right prices. ,'..aaolili. the bishop bee come back Ala., to day, Hon. B. P. Calhoun candidate among' the people. This i --.- ---- t 1, .

GENTS'' : FVRNISHING-S: to Father O'Brien with the request and attorney Henry Strung will Is the rule. But Mr. Clnrk's case War Peer. I. Wmlt*. v F1 1
may be the which Is to
that he take charge of the Fernan- make arguments for the granting of exception The question us to why all foam I Ia l '

Including everything that's proper In underwear, shirts, neckwear, etc., etc. dina church. a temporary Injunction restrainingthe prove the rule. One thing Is certain, White! is not au easy one to understand je a
Father O'Brien stated to the News city of Falatka from enforcing the Clark sentiment in snlllclen! but the fuel Is that loam 1* always

that. he. had no additional reasons the-nrw water oidlnanee which goes quantities warranties application v hlto, whatever may be the color I& t k(

Fearnside Clothing Co. to give the bishop for preferring Pa- Into elleot October 1st. as a precursor of victory Is wholly of the beverage Itself. 'Iha froth'jproduied ;
on a 1 bottle of the blackest Ink
wanting In Putnnm Itnln'rhere
Hon. S. J. Hilburn will appear for county.
lalku' and that he did not feel like is white and would be perfectly so h l
at nil; at least It'allot visible to
opposing what seemed to be thebishop's tho city. were It not tinged to a certain extent x
Telephone 9.. Palatka Florida. desire further. Therefore It Is the general, opinion that the the nuked eye of those whose opticsare by particles of the liquid which the "
trained to the work of antlelectlan 1
will be grant-
ha goes to Fernandlna. iiCfUmlnary: Injuntlon bubbles hold In mechanical suspension. '

,. --- . -- -- -- .-- There\ will he wide-spread regret ..d. butiThivt discovery. ,[r. Clark may be As to the cause of this. whiteness It Is 1 ',

In Palntka over the departure ol the court will sustain the ordinance all that, Editor: Appleyard paints sufficient to nay that it Is due.to the N
for himbut one thing Is certain his candidacy large number of reflecting surfaces
Curry & Lane'sSIb.o I father O'Brien. He has been, pastor when the case comes up
formed the for It Is these "
final adjudication. has failed to cause a fluttering by foam sur-
of'St. Monica's nearly eleven --- of the political-leaves In this faces which by .reflecting the light, f.k
years and aside from his priestly" Tendered Her Ite!lI/liation./ the produce' upon our eyes the Impression 41, "
Shoe 2'3ouso:: : neck 0 the woods up to present.
: I office. Is a scholarly, altuble and Of white.
Miss Alice Prlddy for the past
\polished gentleman\ who has taken .adeep And now cometh Father (St. Clair) If we remember that all bodies owe
I* a now store filled with NEW GOOIS-every> shoe in the Interest In all that concerns the right or nine years chief operatorand Abrahamssaylng: "My Bon Isaac Bt their colors to the rays of light, whichthey f

direct from the within the six welfare of the city and Its people. In charge of the Pnlntka tele- cannot absorb, and all bodies
}house coming to us factory past 'her Clair Abrahams shall not be sacrl-
phone exchange, has tendered which reflect all the light they receive
weeksVlnle the store has peen open nearly} a month. all}) of The regret of Palatkans, however. resignation! the same to take sliest", i fled on the altar of the constitution without absorbing any appear perfectly At

our goody did not arrive until this week. will be balanced somewhat by the, next Thursday, October> 1st. for he escapes the Ore of that document I white we shall be prepared. to understand ?t

knowledge that the change Is a deserved It Is understood that Miss Faun by three whole days. lu other how the multitude of reflecting' : it
promotion and that In bill words Isaac was too previous for surfaces formed by the foam and ;
We're for Business Parkins has been appointed to the .
Now /
Ready '
new work Father O'Brien will have your old constitution by 72 hours and which do not absorb any light, must
caused resignation.
with the best makes of shoes for Mt'nV, on\en\ and Children at ,a larger field of endeavor. vacancy by you can't touch him. 00 In. my necessarily' give the froth a white ap::

to tired feet are' our styl- 'There will be the usual service at of Miss Priddy. boy and vln alretty." Now what ",, ranee. It Is for the same .reason

Popular Prices for Cash.o.o. ish, comfortable shoes dt' Monicas next Sunday, and at the Flue Display of: Furniture. Father St. Clair Abrams has said white that any even very the blackest fine powder marble appears when
and slippers.Our 10 o'clock mass It Is probable that ,,'. A, Oerber & Sons are maklnp an concerning his son Isaac, applies to dust of its
We can pleane the Ladies wf this county as, to style:!, quality' ground losing every trace y
} Father O'Brien will refer to the severance unusually. fine display of furniture with equal force In the case ot "his original color. v

and price. ': stock is so large and of pastoral relation Mid mattings just now. The store, whiskers," Mr. Senator Kirk although
For Men's Shoes our assortment so' His successor will-be Bev. Father always! a model of neatness and ordern the latter has but 24 hours The Doctor Kn.w Beet. k4 ,
Barry at present assistant pritetatthe arrangement, !Is especially striking
great that there is no foot church of the Immaculate Conception Just now In the arrangement of new start of the constitution. A Pennsylvania farmer named Han ,

there is nothing to equal our 'enOSSBTT SHOE[ at *3J)o we cannot fit, no fan- Jacksonville .,onds. fine It Is line astonishingly of goods this what firm a It: had been stated that Alfred St. was rendered subject him to totally some kind unconscious of fits which for '
----- really Clair Abrams and Senator B. F.
and we Imve'the proper thing in school shoes for Boy and] cy we cannot pleose. Attractive Window Display.The oiirrlcH. There are goods for all class. the officers hours 'at a time and on several occasions / ?
.'s and at all l priors, and the easy pay- Kirk were inullgible-for\ convinced his good wife that abe
; Give us'a trial.
irls. large show windows In the in at this store makes of Attorney-General and Secretaryof
See ourStetson : : nents vogue was a widow. It was pretty generally
.. Pearnside Clothing Company's store I he furnishing of the homes of the State, respectively, under a clauseof known > that she was by DO mean
Cu L.rry:: dtLarl.e;, :: : Shoefor have. just been decorated. with the,,' .morest possible. The store should the constitution which reads averse to the widowed state for she
be, .
new styles in fall and witter. cloth- visited.aacium "No Senator or member of the and the doughty Hans did not live In

Yatterlin's Old Stan PALATKA, FLORIDA.Now Gentlemen. Ing. Men\ who have traveled and C.ttl. to el.... House of Representatives. shall during peace and amity TOne

-- are up In fashions for men's near A curious. Instance of the power of the time for which he was elect day liens was stricken as usual. It,
u. music from the western ranches, ed. be npppolntod or elected to any The good wife applied the usual remedies o't
the at Fearn- comes !
A.:1.1D.g'tOD.: : :Hotel: : Hay patterns on display where the cowboys have learned that civil oftlue under the constitution of but this time they failed to revive ;j
nlde's represent the moat exclusive this State that has been created or
I cattle to sleep. At "bc>d- the unconscious man. A doctor! was
LEMON ST. PALATKA fLA. be found In the can slUK the emoluments whereof shall have,
pattern to largest "
Shoe dingy tune" a rider will ride to the called! and after a thorough examination
Two mocks\ from Bonl Landing. MOM ConTonlent In Union Uepot. Right. In ihii. |>pIn.g (hth.lot' I City ) cities of the country;and that the frout of a herd stop It, and then he will been Speaking Increased to during thin point that Father time. St.laolr he shook' his head and said solemnly -

II... been thoroughly, rtnumXHl.. Neat Cliwil, end llomollko.. lint and.add l unllw. prices asked are lower. ride rapidly around and around It till : y
The modern suits for meti made by tbe cuttle are herded close tog-ether Abrams in the, Metropolis of Dot .his .u bed.. Hiss las.toot (dead)." '
Free Sample KiKim. Bator U.00.imj KM/ per Buy I such representative houses as the A. lie usually sings or whistles while be lust. Monday\ evening, says: The widow pretended to be ovel"Omawltb (

T.luphone| connection with all river poluM apoolal Halos. la. Table Baiinlnn. tore B. Klrerhbaum Co., seem to have Is doluif this, and presently one of the "On Saturday I wired my son, Mr. grief and leaning over the prostrate I
herd lies down to be followed In quick Alfred St. Clair-Abrams notto withdraw form of her husband, she walled: n ,
largely the customs tailor
from the canvass, as I was inclined 'Oh' nieln Us toot! Stein Hans 1tea
In ten
the others till dens
FOR succession by
out of business. These suits are to the opinion that lift wall
Tax Deed Under Bevtion II of Chapter fl. m. lUclcer Prop.; minutes a herd of SOoViay be all down. todtr"
lot'ofDry ,, I that Mr. Christie has
he 'YIlIlmv.. the prettiest made up In the highest style of the eligible.\ see 4"
4"KH, I/iws of Florida.. says The cowboy now rides slowly around< conclusions the But Hans reviving suddenly, ex
Notion I I. hereby given that Williams UoodH In Pnlatka lens.thin season, Palatka, Tlorlda tailors art the trimmings are of the them, stopping occasionally If be desires same come to grounds.\ snme. 'Ihore can be on no claimed: .'
the lowest
A Co of Tax Certificate anti at pi material and the ."Neln nelnl Ich ben nit todt!" 4
purchaser best workmanship to, and whlstllne or'llnglns. as be doubt about It. Mr. Alfred St. Clair) ,
Ho, 2(14( dated the.l..t day at July A. Go to Mrs. Puddy's\ I. Central Lemon Buena ol PubllcllT. perfect. The Fearnside Clothing j n I likes But should the herd get up or Abrams was elected to the Legislature "Hans," said bin wife reprovingly: s s'
D.) 1'JOL has filed said cnitino.t In my and Alan be rides. the 4th of November lie still Der doctor know best". ,
street for ohlckena _egWl.| Mrs. Nuggnss-Whnt au odd Interesting Company Is exclusive agent for Pa- become excited In the night on last
offlce, end. has made application for tax Ororerles, furnltuiut It looks like and sings until they are and under tne constitution his term
of around rapidly
dood i to Issue'la accordance with law : plere latka. Of course the cost Is much of ofllce/ Is for two years. As a consequence A B..a.... \Vo... .. ..........'. Oar '' i 4
: York
Is It chiffonier or a New
fold cnrtlfloate ombruceB, Ue following lu th. stilly id.i>t. an antique a less than* for the same goods made to quiet- his term expires on the An interesting Instance of a woman's f
deecribelproperty. situated In Putnamsunny inquired bookcase? order. ---- -- evening of the 4th of November business ability .Is given In Franklin'sautobiography.
sleepily !
"%Vhat it ItT the druggist .
of Wits On Br.
Mrs. Ducts (wife struggling! autlior 5.I.
riorlila, t<> wit:
1MI4 three days before the electionof In "
1773 be founded
window The Fearnside Company has a a
Lot li>. section SI, townuhlp 10, raoge from bin bedroom )-Neither, It's my 'husband' A great ninny, perhaps the mjujorlty, thatyeaq which takes place on
23-21)) acres. "ulhii Ish drug store, ain't It?" naked writing desk: Jle calls It hU bureau reputation all over the south as loaders of otherwise w..1Intormt'd\ the 7th printing office in Charleston S. O., under t

The SAid land being assessed at the the man who hud rung the night bell. of publicity.-Chloago Tribune. In the selection of modish goods lieve that they see the same\ with one "In the onse of Senator Kirk he charge of one of his Journeymen 5.8 g
date of the Issuance of auuh certificate "yes. what do you want}" I and Its window display this fall eye i. with both eyes. That this Is not i woe elected on the Oth of November, and was to receive' one-third of the
In the name of Oeo. Bhoadmnn.. Unless "Want to look In your city directory T..r .....0... shows that the' has 'not the case one can,easily convince himself line\ ) to serve for four years consequently profits Frankllu aa7a: "He was a
aid cortlflcate shall be redeemed minute an" shea where I live."-Philadelphia Every one of na casts a shadow. company' by the following! simple expert- his term of office expires. on man of learning but Ignorant l In matters -

auoimling to law, tax deed wll' le,,". Ledger., I There bangs about tilt a sort of penumbra been overrated.. ... .luont.: Cover one of the eyes with a rue evening of the Oth of November 'account, and though be .onetimes a''
thereon on the \IJHth day of October. A Indefinable something and let the while the election does not take made me remittance I could get
I -n strange New License. tiiiw 'hand or a Imndnxe! experimenter
D. 1903 Hair. place until I the following{' no account from him nor satisfactory
11 Know mhlch we call personal h.tJu'QCwb1rb..1I attempt to snuff out a caudloalld.1enly' d..r.alltl any
Witness my ofllolal signature and seal 1 Is Impossible The new license law or occupation; consequently, he also Is '
that It state of our partnership while be
Kldder People any
I other life
this D l'H' >3. Mr I has Us effect: on every on I II placed within a few feet of
the A
|IHn.IJ'' | 23d day of JOSEPH Hept"; PRICE to find a needle In a which It fulls. It gore with tis,! wherever tax which lays Its heavy hand on him. He will' Billion Invariably .miss The point raised by Father St. lived. ,i .,

Clark Ct. Ct. of Putnam county. Florida.If but they're wrong. bnyslllck'i I we gum It In not something we can enterprise' and puts additional 1 burdens the flame, either overreaching under- Clair Abrams l Is tech ilcal but It appears "On his decease tbe buelneo was continued -
Mr*. KldderHow would have when we want to have It and on thrift ar.il accumulation will reaching or putting the fingers too'farto to be good His son and Senator by his widow who, !being born ', L:

YOU want to get y.our money' about ItT then! lny aside at will, as we lay asidea iro Into effect on the tint of October.' the right or left of tbe flume. With Kirk escape by a small marginthe and bred In Holland where a* I have 1t ,
worth; and see a good COLD knock Mr. Klilder-Walk across the stack In 1 garment It III l something that always On that day all merchants will b<* both eyes normal and open tbe accommodation real purpose of that clause In the been Informed, the knowledge of accounts ,

out, use Peek' Pine Tar Syrup, my stocking feet-Denver Republican I II pour. out,from our life like light from required to tle'applleations( for license for distance. and direction Is constitution which seeks to prewmt makee a part of female education -
(Improved). I I, a lamp, like beat from a flume, Uke perfume InstantaneousAl she not only sent me as clear a 4 ,
Pond B#"oll. tlon. I I from a flower.A to do business biiHid on tin members of the legislature from statement as she could find of th. '
The Palatkn City -Market will be She-Ton hnven't brought mi a box I i I 'iopertylnluaUon of stock' and It W.. Printed. profiting by their legislative enact- transactions/ past,. but continued to account !
open Monday and during the winter of candy since we were innrrled.He .I stone weighs leirln water,than Iti these applications placing valcnx There I* one woman poet In New ments. Both these men are member with the greatest regularity and

Saturday from 4 a. n y.when. to T the p. m.closing dally hour except will -Yes. but think eot the .tons II i does outside but a trout always weigh must be sworn to. York "who will read proof carefully until of the present legislature, a leg- exactness every quarter afterwltd anti

l"" 10 p. m. Tltne. HOLD KIC, Prop. brought you before we were married! I most In the water.-BomerrlUe Journal.nia Every merchant In the county it- the edge of a recent error wears off islature which passed a law increasing managed the business with such success [;111

obliged! to pay a l tax on his stock of She spent two days on a touching the salaries attached to the offices that she not only reputably
= r poem, the pivotal line of which read: '
brought of children
up a family but at
irocxln, the same being rated as personal which they now covet. They are *
My soul Is a I/ahehou.s/ k.per. tbe expiration of the term was abl e
X1:11 1:9la\g131'JCaiE: irty. Now come the additional eleglblo under the letter of the law
A7\97111Th115719'1997 prep -
:3 aa as w31A aaanantMa aMaflsasaMaaaJfiast :q 1:1I: When the printer finished with. It the to purchase of me the printing boo.. t
.. under Its Will the
burden of a lloense.Don't but not spirit.
line read and establish her
: son la it I mention
: .New V'prl< blame the county tax collec people place these. men In office? this affair
Beiol: < from Myaaul Is a light hou"k.. er. chiefly for the sake of recommending b ,
tor. He didn't'make the law but he ( They may buts the News reads the that branch of education ,qt

.or rAOJ is bound enforce it.Wtuuau's Not Bncovvnailnsr- voter he is concerned for '
to average more our young women as likely to b* of.
(r OJ: --w'ith.;. a. u! ... "Do yon know." remarked the pessimist in teeing the spirit of the constitution more use to them and theft children Incase

Club. "L think I have expenlenced every carried out than he Is In following of widowhood, than either moalo

Magnificent Array of Goods The ,Woman's Fortnightly dub kind or "bard luck on the'list except Its letter, or dancing. .

will hold Its drat banging.
{.IJ meeting for the
"Well you shouldn't be discouraged" Tkaa* _.< n fmwUt*.,
1'1' for the Fall and Winter Season. year 1908-4 Friday, October 2nd, at remarked the optimist "Remember the Hon. R. D. M'Oonald of PeLand Stranger would Ulle to bav a tooth,

:J M three o'clock p. lu. in their, clubrooms .Id adage 'Whlle there Is life there l, Is another candidate for Congressional palled. 1 tot,
a f ." ,- ....,. In ,Crlll block. The Bay hop.' "Cincinnati Enquirer"A honor from thlsdisrrlct. HI Dentist-A man who. would Uk* to w,
S embracing all The: latest novelties in !", and Furnishings' e View reading; course on the United R.nwi.x.oo.D.Chamberlalo' : platform of principles is published bave a tooth pulled must be a lunatic yr

The _New Stock POPULAR( State and Mexico embracing the lu this Issue of the News. The platform Cues you'd better go to the> nearest ",
sale at IBICES.\
A l will) soon be on exhibition and jj history literature 'and'art of these record.* Cough It!, haft Remedy been! In ha ue aremarkable ooyer pretty nearly everythingthat ugiom.-Bo.tonTranscript., n'r

Them I f uoutrles, has been chosen a* the sub- for over thirty years, during which time I la democratic. In an orthodox
Wait for \ OWES Hi Loa
Watch for Them. t Jeot| for study during the year. The n any million bottles have been sold and fashion, and Is one of the best expressed aria.
n used.. It ham long been the standard
oplo for general discussion( at the documents yet contributedto
I Appreciated and main reliance In the treatment of Mr.: D.P. Dau"h..rty, well known
Tha courtesy.of .your 'inspection will be first meeting; will be the discoveryand croup In thousand. of homos, yet during platform literature In this cam throughout Mercer and Sumner ooun- r' ''

I Ir settlement of America. At the all this time no oas has ever been reported paign. Mr M'Donald la handicapped ties, W.Va.. most likely owe tile. Life

Jacobson close/ of the meeting an informal reception to the mautaoturerin'which It by time fact that he I fa not to the ktndaea of nirtgbbor. II* wa.'
Theo will be held, and refreshments ailed( to effect. .a our*. When given as generally known over the district, almost hopot..Ir': .gtlntedwnk: diem. r ?
& 'f "Z' :'( soon a* th* child btmme hoarse hoes t wn* attended by two physicians i
,, will be served. or even a* soon as the oroupy cough but this b* can probably throw off lath who gave" him llttl. It any, relief. when "I'
\ Goods House An ladle who art Interested In appear It will prevent the attack .ItI ten month that will ensue' be. a neighbor learning of his rtou oca t,

i i .": ,\i' ':. : Bargain Dry .i literary, musical .or phllaatroplo I.I plcaaunt to take,,< many children like for Lime primaries. Those who.do dtEen. bnoar"' htm bottlo of Cham-'
work stn Invited to attend this meat. K. Il oonuloi BO opium or Oilier harmful know bun ape.1t In the highestterms \ tMtlkln' Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea'Bemsdy.
S= ulDtlca, Fls.. auhitance and may be given M oon "whloh oared hint In less ebM'tW1lDey.toul'
leg MsRicm.DF,ADAMS, !fluently lo a baby a* to an adult., for of hU utility and moral worth ; hour, .I'or.1.. by Aokr..

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I tin du- two Then kids-six of them J ,, lt 13lhIiiU: Illli B t Ml IB Jit Mill IIit4Lf' *M I1IIIIW14 I II
years ugo/ my

k. P. 'i THE PALATKA NEWS die-croup-ot cold. I marry Amil! Jelk"-he leave II I

3 AND ADVERTISER' me two 1109hlllftprhe\ way out, in the country- I 'ACKE MAN & STEWART

______ ; I[ don't believe him \working.. lie never work for I ,

) Enfored, '|'t the I'alatka Imntoinoo' ( nil iimllable. matter me-just oat bread all the time. Wholesale and Retail

%' of the i",caud I dim! *. "One boy-he bad l all the time and !get sent to Druggists. *

; the reform school-my girl she io away, too, and
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t PubU..b.. ... ..t Pulatka.! Flo! .. on Fridays by Ifenslow he run away to Ohio. And I work a-nd

RUSSEL .Sc VIOKER.S work and never get ahead-and thou ihy back t1M t1H. rtisr R8CxIVEULAIW1O. ) ) Fresh Garden Seed '"" "'"

.. Breaks-oh, it' hurts terrible." U>r Hund, In your, ottlura. 1'Untlng '

WM.: A. flUI4 4IiLL, FDITOll.\ ( Thus in her broken German did a little, prematurely L.\N'U; ; 1

: aged woman) tell the }pathetic story of her; : COTTCr-HC: : OOTRE.8D : ,

: _-____.______ ____- .. __-_____ ___. cents par bottlii OuarnnteoU by ,I
'tire some time ago at St. Mary's hospital iu Detroit,
_ r A I'LIIKIE 8M1NINO nU AI"' .
klichigan.", 1
The Epnorth! Leogue thu organized yduns I people N
c ,
Years ago/ she left the Fatherland happy in her .. -- ---
1. of the Methodist Epmcopat church, repreBunting: / --= 1
motherhood that the
young hoping in prosperous) P
1 a membership ot 3.000.ooo''onn,. Christian", Boldierg, ;::: W RAILWAY 4-
]and of America she might bring up her young We say to all people buying farm --.... .
for total abstinence. That
will begin campaign :---- --- ----- \
4 &&v \ irood. !$ implements at our store FF5CTIVEJAy.III9O3.: --
the oonvontion })"- _
r much was decided! at groat Instead she found bitter hardships unending 1I,1U',01l' J ,uswIvIlo, ) a"d l>I..w.rk: ,
N::i ii : No I'' 1'1"", II It'-a \

: : troit last-July.. I sickness failmro and heartache. 8 Worth --I.\-;; j; ; Arl"--; ;I
tOll, sorrow Your Money's 7iIj.:, ; ;; JRCCIIVIII 1'1. kIiirfl' ny 'VI n\vful'efTect of the l>n<\\y mind \ I Lv 1"1', ol IIIIII.horll, ItT Ar 1\ lift I I'It
The liquor n]>nii III nI' S 1M'' P II ill it cii M ,
;4 ) k 'Her husband diad. She toiled at. the washtub 1 :l.1 Is 4 III'' I' ,is oII ti I.. Niwtmii. .., 0. .... ... .a lI.h..rll Ny Arl ft 10 mi''11"0" p II tWI,/ P
nod soul \vill he emphasixctl.( Its domestic! and so U ,it, 0 0 so I I' II 10 I'' AI' .,10".1010'" ', S 0 ....../IOlIlh..rll ILy L. 1 eC 1 tu PII
bread. "
: ) and for "Six of her ., .. ... .. m
i in n tense trugio struggle Your Back.We M ,IIj\ NI Ii 0 II i I' Ar thuI,1io, H 0" K..o'.rll'' ay L. 1) O I' 211 n .80' ;
devastations! ore to be retold. A new and determined children died. !She married again und the g OR Money I 1131(1 II .41 SliM iM (limmnisini".NU' 11011'1). 'ky L. 0 aN I' SImm 1I '>II
eleven <
3 1,5 ,I. 1..1. I. I 2 101 II Ar LHimivtIl.m.V&. h..rll 1 L. 1'1'1 A1 ,. 4 8

r.t' effort i is to be made to stir. the hearts of" worthless husband deserted. her. Three of the re- sell all the standard makes and .;.i.p.- rM'ni;; ;; ;: ;:';. ;,;;;;: :Va ... Soul: .erl$ lIy '., 10110 j pi ; -::-: i op .
hatred of th
the Rit'lB and boys v1thdee1) children went to the bad. Her health 3 ; '"' : -: : ;;-;; ..ItoiItIierii, ;ii"j;
31.l iiaining our prices are below ordinary. ;-i, j 5M ;m m'l' Ar .yiinIil.urg Vn ,It.)' L. H II aIl ;; i. ii.. ;, J.
r; )Jiquor poison. noiit III" I I' 7:1'I:t / JlO: "At tliirItiyIiio., VII "- I.. J.. "p V imV .' I'll'' .
failed and she to the _
wits hospital. 7 tim WmmIilm.inmI, Li C "'Soutlu'rn iiy Lv ID Pu S
151 iI l '
'4( To thin and pledges by the, tons of thousands I 11:15: :p11: iliti: (,: : ;:i ::,,:, ...... : ..., lt.al.v efl : 5t41\: a tiM me I'' J
This is a l picture from real life. KENNERLY HARDWARE COMPANY a not, a I :m.i I 1.11 11 ft Ar l'hlh.h"I.I.I... li ...... P. It II i.e S It, Ii u.a. P p 1(6\ =
The people are to be YorltNY.... .. .. .. i'.uaLvlmli", (
'y are tube circulated. young The tints. are all)\ somber and the background is mill ml Sli. I I' I" IACN..w ::.:.. sIg4. I' llIU I'' (

: asked to pledge; (. themselves to abstain from ]liquor, dark. There is no blue sky no gleam of sunshine. Palatka Florida. ":: ; ;. : ;;' ;' ;:"ili- =;
Hem Si mini I1 a u. "I lio, H m.li<*';i Palm, Llm i t, ,il." all I.1) vontibnlu, ; of ltiliinnn .iirnu,
.. '. tobacco, profane language; and all forms of im- is like this makes the lover of his 'io''III. K'liumrtiuttiit.' ithib,.',, u.>MiH| >Hlie.4>.lmerTnttim Clii,, iltn) ,uu ears bo I wet,n JiukMinviiu." J JN
It[ pictures that Il : r air K ,n .tot nut v tihiriIr> im. Tit in jv m % :B.:BK igrg'i' m mi w IIK umr i illlH ..w Vtti.k, arrv('a ilul, '> oxoi.pl .M..mln\. 'U*''vrn (lally ......1.1 Mutiny" nnHim <>

; purity. und"gron sick at heart.h Sympathy and, r..vu. stand 8:11111.1 81 'Now York mil Finikin' Ri.r..".." PuMniii.it drawlitfr. mom .ImmlIn,, ..,i i
Chrif4t Iu.n men aAd women' tlm world over will Uitlnif, ". it.'iwm.ii. 4 ukdMiivIlK. ituU Now YOI-K. O,Huhi>4 b.i",tou, JAUM( <>nvtllu Ana... \v vl"|. ',:
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before it.
Methodists. rielpli-ss ltltCliff 'lrICR OP' APPbKATION Coil TAX nFBI NI.H. in "m.i n,. "W"hlll"1.,1, .,1 yirm'ln' LIlli,I.II..I.. I iMilltnnit, I' C Irnwlita, ...,"" himitinif, ..... ''
applaud ting determination of the young AH you think of. thq hapless' little German On I tlio foM, 'r-Htilcknii coast of New ItMlKII' HUCIION( M OF' ,CIIAlTUIt 4M8H, b.t iwwtii, ..hrtnuvllln. ", un mI 1. N"IY, V..41 Colt 'n.m b ,i..Ol'O .laokwMivlllo .ami. ) W.miiinKtuii, ,,. 1.1'111'' '
latter ellorts have boon I L..Ws. OC' Fl.imiDA.Noiiiu oar bi'luoun l iiltiinl, >ii, and' \VnnliiunUiii, Oem my. _
: They feel that day with luste less face und 1 dazed Illlliilil three whilf men linil Ki-tllrtil 1 "' -- _
; mother sitting( eyes = .t. : = =
j U olven that B. P. Lace, ---- --
fluid l IIl'Nt/V '
to hunt for h..chC-dp-nwr. thieshail /| ;
evil .'N-I-; : '
the ruaouiutTH13LeND OF visa say.
; centered upon the political nspe.tf liquor looking backward you I begin to know the real.: meanng l KHtheieil around l ilinin, a body ofiinliMH purchiiBvr", of tnx opitlfloile No122M --- --. ;! i7w711)

to the neglect of the moral suasion/ side.o I t .ninuPtr whom, t their void 1 ilutml, the 4th day ot July A. H., |' : : :,- 01110..11.111.. IllS ... ... .lfcmthorll Ry At -8'0.
/ : > of misery and despair. 1 I 1HIW) lies Illnd enlil mirllllontn I III itt," "IUoo \. U *i .. ........ .. ,.. .. .......ull. h., .iN .... Hu"U"rn Ity AI.
is win liiWi Steiiliouse I the >'itilcr, WIIHmi '' ... ...... , ... ..... .
That the "trnilio in Intoxicating beveinges al' 0''III P Ar .. .. .U) ,1.,1.' HO. culln.rm Its L,
This woman has not biLl: a fair share I AtiHtrnlln.il. Hi'Mnsii., bill!J, ]mwnifully nnd, liful nia dishonor to Christian civilization. inimical to the with anger-in I built nyi'i, but, oi'" aid.' ," of Ma to IHHIIO In iiPOorduULii with law ButiluciUHi'iiln <' iU I.I A1 '' .. .. .tPlruutS: N U.' autlwu. .:, 'Ply.! ,,, I p
: And quest iOlllng-l1lmost your face ua terribly ilmloitftil 1 Htul thi. enitiiuceo' tint following cle.uciibuil I Ii II I \: Sr :: ..: : :. : :,:moSvI lm TeimII.. :: t : ::
interests of political. of unequaled .. UI0.III".1,, Onll', .... .1,111000"
bOlt society, a wrong Fate" U I II u_ Or"OI..L. hili
$; heart, you savagely say to : eye goni" : TblH ho told !Ii!ha romiiuk'fi .propmty\ situated. lu I'utnuiii IAr
enormity subversive of the ordinary objects ono night hint Linen (don iiuiliinniniinllnv I count), Floililn.t'i-wlt : ---- -
holds bow and
; I If the law of compensation ,.. .
and buffo b ,
on Imnnl ship hen lie mm Lots. I to 10() luPlusUn, block 12, Intrlan1 1'1. 9anlW-I Pulltimii clriiwlnB romn wloepliiii car iwe iii JnckiHnviii *

of governnient, incapable of being regulated or restrained when and where will this broken hearted woman ,boy. lie hud hnil no )pint In I lie en. Dlntnniutt, ,, : _. J_ .. .& .. _._ _-- _...,.'._-. =._ .
I of lieeisi is I TlioBidtl limd, bnluK olls'oll.'d, at the. N., I NoI.m' Ilotweemi JllekllO".l1Iu siel. the' Norllo epiC W..... ..11 i'7
by any system ? a proposition nhat is owing her "iriuuiiv.I I lint Mr Fnllnrttin, ono ofI I .. ..
I and I get. to! I he ollliipri, lutil necked I lilui i dn\\11 Into of tll'II, ) IxHiiance of HiiUi r..rtillellt..11I. ;;-;;;:;- ;;;I-j--1, ;, ;:- .J"ek.'lIh', Vim..ioutiurmi. ity ... Ar i N1pig :$ ; -p
_ _ now universally accepted by thinking/ men wo- .""""" -a, lifter I HIH tlK'I'ti n nd l kick<.d I bun I In the th i nnuitf of E. H. Browu. Uul"BS emil 1 (0'II.n\ I.I LV .. 1".111'. "" :.. .. )CnlIl.rl' II'..... Ar a (C( u 6II '"
.. ... .. .... .. . .. Hnmllhrr,, ..... P
( ii lie mid otirtllluute, abs I'' bn roilueineil. act-ordlng an I' U OJ II AI' 511w ". "in II' L. I III\ R I w
men, but- face hut wits unroiiHcloiis dIll I' IIJ": It ... .. AtlintR. ...ti......... .. .. .. .. ... C ...Iern, AI.IO'lt.P
the advocates of the traffic's oil ranching/ port bad him Kent to tlmnenlteiitltiry to: law nx deed will luaue thermin, on time H : O.m. 711j, lI.r .. .. .. "..1.10' (81 .....".. .", ../ItJ..lllorlll Ity...... ...1..8'01'I .
While great GLEJ f4oin uhli'h' ho. HRenpftl.He Hill, thy of Ontiib, A. P. I'.M.I.AVltifuitfi ): 811II I Ii s nil II AI'. ... limO",.,",, tSn .. .. .. .. 'm.outinr. "'...... L. 1111'' ...
have boen their :: J: GS- would kill I Flu ierloii' I onii'lul. 01."Pili\ il SR It ir .lilIt'Ogft, Tel,,, .' Hnmmmou It, .... 6 IS 21
; complete outlawry busy pounding vowed |he) "my' sIgnature" Ig : I. l IC i, A( .: : ,: 1.xlmgmt: ::: ::: ,. K1 ; .. Ijuneti: a CeeMoeni; t I 105) r. ,:p is s
.. unanswerable logic. into the heads of men, the beverage some days If lie had to wait 20 yeiira. this tint 3.1 I lay of Hep. imibur A. D 100.1) 7". a 7 till' PAt. .0".11111'1"1110., ,. .. ..tOteumi. .Ure.went IV u. e VIII''
( A ship touched nf the count nnu |IS..II> | JO-Kl'U 1'llU'B -- t--- ._- -_ -_-, "- -
j'.; liquor, business his been active in cultivating .. day, nnd to one of the l'lI\tlvON who a erk circuit court: rutimni. co Fioilda... N 110 II !5 .C 10 Lv .. CI"ouuil',, '. Uhl" .. \ III: Your "",",... Ar I ill e sap
Uuw'Llch"l 1iIiiscItiiis. . .... ..
Ob.l.c.tc"l to boa rded her I lie cnpltiiii said ho had I UII I' 7 III It Ar .. ..Oble '11..11I' .111. Jour .11. .. L. 8511 I'' isp' '

4 -, ;. the appetites> of the boys. The IntHiiilaut, of the royal thjoatera l recently told two "mull deud xvlioin lie wished to NOTIOBOP AH'HCATION Full TAX 1>KRI> -o-Id -" -H 011 -I' -L. ..-. ....Vluclllll"- ,, !. Out'" .. ''_, 1'011. Llimei..A, -6-15-II ;;-; --,
The Cornelius Delorans and Father Matthews Emi>eior William, t hut he had suceuednd In engaging\ ; ; a bury 'HHhuro. 'I'IIH natives also VWiKH5tOifOH: 8 OK' riiAPTu 4 1 S8, l""I.7..o"Ar." .. ..UhlcIIII..ll1 l'vlluLluo....... L..lUpIU a

_ who with malice toward '"..I/II |player hum Wanner regarded' one of the best brought ashore a nuititipr of newspnpt i.\wa or KLOUIDA.. .ii;) ;; H ,n l' I.v ...... ('holuIIIIII, Ulllo, C.: H. aM.uon.. At 711.".;
I nnd ]FrancisMurphys[ men ot Ills kliul. lie contiiuiHil : >iH, and from tlm iidiliiiKR. on KOIIIH Notion !s h."byllve l thut s. W. I Ill) I' 1""iltI mu Ar .. .0"lu"1I0, ....... ..c. u. A a. M..o"o. L. sum I'' ISousm7.i Stop
and charity for all sought to arouse the tippler "(hue ucunHlon this man played so well Hint \VaguueuiJilnipiol .' of them t-It.nholl., ... dlxoovprod I (but, DRr",,'!!, pur'<,hiiHer df tHXiurtltlente N... ,
_ none / IUI) 10..mbrHC"'lInli! HMH| him on bin two tilitieka. bonid. Hl IH Bilft iliitml, llb" let lI..y. of July A. D.IUU) !. "" ; a:iii"j;p i. .. OiuImiumI.)l, ohIo .. .. .. C itS D-.loh..t.. Ar M;; 7p
hllll'III'II1Vila on pluiin ., ... .. .. . ..
and him to division 20" 010 .. .......' ) . CIISI) to 1..II..p
I his bring by I'
from a of
course cheeks since lieu for fear
r Ito IUIM never wiiKhecl |lila I were iilckly| liilil. He leniiiined in i IIUH II LotI IIHII| t neitllleato) in my Im"". n.id 126 1,7", "Ar. .... .DotrlI M'.h.' . Olla D II.. .. LVl ruhblng oil the Imprint.of UIH imttstro'B lips. Wliftt haS made itlur. for tax died to U- ,
urging' him an abstinence 1 plodgeurnt\ out of the liRckKiiiiind, whilo bin friends, appllc --- -- -
# upon does! your innjevty I Hi Ink of that?" with 21:\ iirmiul neLl ims, lily in ain- HUH lu unuordnucti, with Iftw ttild. cnrtl- HUll ; 0"" I' Lv .. .. ")''uohu''CIOhhl., ...". 1'811... LID... Ar a. nC n.p
( ; ..business too noon. "Tlint your 'cello player Is I u confounded swine, Biid bush for Iho burial 1'/lI.ty. Tlm bitter fb'utti. "III. bra'. ,.... the folio, ** lug describedpiogoity to I' ft 61 "Ar .11I..h..rd, Is .. Lv III I'' II.U."i .

But some do not believe in any 1 pledge./ Yet- that, I don't wnnc to meet Mm, replIed. the emperor were OVPIpowered\ ,,mid disaiuiid ultiuit/ '..d In Fiitunin nounty ii.-. '; 9511 II".. eimImimIuIIo, '' .,.. Cmv Four Ar 5)ft1iOp;;;
cllrtl-l'hlladolrhh\ h Amerlciin. they stopped OD ..shore bill were III. ilorldn Ui-wil : B ivi I' 0 411 It UIII..I."oI, Ohio lJIlI Your Lv V "I.I Ilito P .
_ : The moral value of a right. decision i is inestima ; S.s= sIt their Iciul. 1"ull"l.ton. Ft Lot 10 e of' Klv Bo ik E, 1*. nil.) sue. ;; ;
; lowud ti> bury .i-m;;;; ;; i--j I, L. 'l.oimuiiIx7.,, .11..ro ny,...... ../Or 1105 ; limhup
ble.. The man who makes covenant with himself tie Cut of-Their Unrmeiitn. who Wile III the paity could not lo8tiiitii lion 21, township) 10, range 27--18 uireg. 1) "1IC" n II In I' .Ar r"I.IIII1. Kr .. "$.."L'wrll' Cr. L. I em a hI P
h ; ) his BDhH im the eaith. was Tho .null. laud. b..11I1I. ) uBaiiHaml at the 7'V'II"r l<1.L..o..II.. .. .. .....IIII'.rlllly.' ..... L.III"I'p' dOSs

_ _ ; I and tries to keep it i is using the univoisal instl.um..llt Two drunken men went to 'n pioductlon of "( uo'u.dla" hhovcliuj in. date of I IhnlMHinnon. of such 'I'IIII"lIte In .. P "o I I"m.. ).rlKCmm, By .. oIoll.\.r..I\, '.",...... Ar iii 405; -
_ of nil civili/ution, of all commerce- the instrument \ In "bpiliiKllel'l' thu other night but illilu't tHY A heavy. fontalvp 8oiind.d. In the Jhnno""lorTlm LOOK. Unliwtould/ oor- a a I, I. I.isvlllo, : ; Ky .J'.: II p.Iie., .._... '
i long. In 0110 jiiu-tof thepiny where nevvrnl tojrn-cluu Jungle near th..mIud Stenliouw I'lluate' shall ho redeemed' aojonllnj. to ... .! !:13At'! ._ .:. : _.II.'aSm.:, :Ill : :,:. : t:1: _: : ; .. ..

of pledge words. keiiutom were on tho Hinge at once one of tho two bibu- onrrylnJ.Iwo\ 'om.laHsi'g tinder his law, tax deed. will IBBUII theieon. on the ;:> ;:. I".... W" ItiIirRg, ", emil.. IIlorl..el..ollll". 5miill< ..1I.tlhll'' trr.In b C"'OOIl,, IOCk"W" ;
To niiike or sign a pledge I is not a surrender of lous fellows turned to hIs companion. uiutl, l saId. : "Bliny. nrni,. HI Hide. into the square mid 8th day ofOuUiber. A. J). MM.WltnoHH Puni; .meIftIl., '' Ar&'h'& ,lollY..xceIC" 0lllimBylt, 1"1\..'. 41ty eatNptlml.Invs, '1''n''lh'' ,' 0,11.nm.OrftwImg .

c iir .l. is Hill lens K<>. Mndo .nilHtake." Zhls not Quo VmUN.ZhlN .' Htood bi'foro rnllrtton.lot ., "niv' ollliilat hl niuiir<4 and< BHI| ,1.lhr..ry, .,.h."U..n..r m..4t.m. elarl'tnIj I.. mmisvl..jnrli Cl 10.OllkllX", burnt, Sift class. 111."F..tpr'.......'.Ci..1.I'ItIburjr..'""mmacl 10, via C.. .rmitm,55.1'1111",1'1.. '' Dh.I"Lisa, .
; 4 .; "personal liheity, as is frequently urgC'< It. Knights o' 1'1,//lu* hull. Then, they left.-Kansas, ... inonioitt 01 two their oven this the. :3d', day of beplrmhnr. A. D. MO) :I. par 1m <:llIoJ"'tRU' AI.., F.mn miI.i,. 1'10".1"a"d, iutur.lft7 Llornllll" 1'11111111\0 .1"o"IIS," ,, ear 10D .

__ the recognition of the priceless gift of peisonal free OILY Btar. met a mid then blenhoiiso rum i'd Ills |-<"..II-)| JOHFIMI Fltll'K' .
; ; ,.
t !' A-=-= Kim, II an I 14-"Tlio FliirlilA Limited Siillil .mIIhni Iraln Pullman ilrnwhiu .mom ilma.I.IK
band 1 and I tmu-ho'l 1 hii distorted fiice. u erk liflult court rum nnm mi
ir 'h dom. Machine, nor beast, imr sky, nor tree can t Chldittlo can. : tx-lWBun vln iJ U JoutiMnvllliiaiii* D-MIIUUII, ItfiuuittiUhlunua Olntiilitnittl : ;;

f 4 "I will !I'' Only man is free' to map out his path hotel about nnd Bob between!Murray, sips once of a famous mineral RHiiibler water told, who stories died, kill*'I know" you. You have cOllie to ;--MASTER'S l'ALE.I .- vlitPoiliKDlvimln, Llmw., Jially' ,

iI1 Y 4 me. i-ft ..Sn" 1:1: 11..11" In.kltY".IU",1, Kilo., ... C"r. IInUii.'i"i :
and follow on.Bosidus last week. lu Kokomo, 111<1. According to Mastcisun "
"Y, nnluHx kill Ho .
._ t there is inspiration in n dWiuinn. Tho Murray won and lost moro mousy. during his thirty drew cutlass, you from its me.leather. I ,Notice:: nuuil'ilii lHlniihv' : M ,nIv ran n,,;tlm I r.>rra'iiiKlorntid.,limttr.:. nml l:l.a': virtuvinf n oliitrntolfrr iiijJ.I\ ; ; ;!.l.. .. .....,11.1111, UII. o. 1"1 I .. .,. J' 11:0: R. .Ar 10 00 5 'i""top
: years fit handling playing! cards ll:an any other Biiinblei Hhpntli and hfld its hilt out, to thu ., "mi.. !.. t I"i nnd l hy tU. iilr'u t O mrf V'4'' ft\ 7 U) p l.a .. .. .,.....k'smnvIiIu. III".. .. .. .. .. IkJmlo"I'n.'v .Ar. 10. 5 5 top
s who inn Ices a pledge bums (the budges behind He dead ," said the former olHodiroOtty. / .. I llio. 1'nluil' Hlu' I-H Klfili, 4nilli.,, .. ." riivtm' III Ill Iii I. I U I' I V ..... .1".111." ..... '." . ..I1.'hyrll. II,. .Ar 611"'p
mall ; was square limn ho limit ed. Fulloilou folded hi4in liiul for tilt' Houtiiitiii, ,' DiHtrliH' til V" :: him. Ha crosses the lluhicnn.) Of course, ho can I ) 1'hll I"nhllnlo1IIIIrit\ was born In him 'inn HcroKS. bin> cbept. \::: flit me: :In:. nnrtnln, ::, *nn,* JM: ;n:!1,1, it 01..' p. 0 2'i'' ii .Ar An.."....." .. .. .. .. imp. ...1.v ; 10"I'..
_______ lie told me Mint, when a kid at K-okoiiV" hI wan, the .1'aUij, It," sakl. hlmihoilHfl' nlowlv 'lit S..!ll I loiiri w iiTflln, Uliiirlt',, II. I.I"n..r'I., I | 4), mfl ,4 .'Ar' . A".I,, I.o., AI" .. .. .. .ou.lollrl S"&ho.ity. .Lv 101' .
swim Imclthut he is1 less likely to. remain. forever farthest advanced boy In his bundity Hchonl; that he I:i..III'III.lInlll.. tiuil J"coph B UIMIIHH, ti. u,thornUio a"1 ii U '. :....llrll..III".AI", ..". ... al') I.
;t4 "0..' by UI'll out you down nil you ..lifwiiiiiliUf| tile uiil< i-MttfhWil' ". b 1I."R"I.I H 3 .... ... .oI..j.li.m. ... ........M'o'h.rnly..L'. .. t" Pl8P
., on the hither shore than if he hail not crossed. The won money on tlm length of HHHIIOIIH how iiiiiny converts Htnnd." PIN H'CI..II., .. t*>r tti uhan flr,, .'i.in.im'e" | I in, .. .. C '"I" ... ".,". City, '.1.. ... .. ... .,'.Yfleen .. ....Lv S p.
them would ha lu a week or mouth. He became, "Am \ the old IIn.1.I 'liywi...lit. ..u-..rno. will i.n i Mon, 'Iny 'tile bill .1, y ---- l -
I ho forms, tho plans he makes are' in themselves so notorious that he was expelled' flom church and the ; you wl1I'npll..d innii ol t .M..b'r., A O 1'oM, durliiK tIle l",.nl houriiitfnl I, liii ;. Mlmlmi.hl.' Tel,,, .' . Ar 1 5 5
purpose hoot. 'I'heu, with the proceeds of the sale of IL MlIIy/, / "but tight you Ivifl not. ',>. I In fntni,, 01 1 iii. ", ,,,r' lnniHi, .thMtr III the. .". 9.110. I ...:; ":: ., Ark : : : :::: .. .; .. Lv_ 7 I p_::"..".
L a' moral impetus. country lie ) IB In your banda. Take It 1am o,1, nkt\ tViitnain "ounlr* ...."ollf..It. L. ; lI
_ net of fUhiiiu; tackle and IL shot gun he bought a ticket not l iifralu to. dinHtenhouRe ,-. '' .1,1.,".*fT,r for sale at puMlc, mi. ,.ttitii onl"\ I N",,.. I*IIIII ,.. III..r"l. 1.1..1..1.), P.lmRI flwII, room .1"1'1011 eres beiwas '
Let have of the oM fashioned blllH. 0*.II In time hiilt t I ami. hniti 'lit itli'r for -iili mile,. Jmtckmomvtu null .,' .
ue more pledge to the lihu'k : : ;
: 'Yi'l
drew Ins cutlass nloftly, l.ri|'Bitv, ilu. .uvliMdiiiHiiiii, iloumuof fortultHiirtiIIItd I uiiimimil, 051W, Al,. 1.m : 'kI An,r; Meunratlom,.. :
signing. Let us encourage' the Epworth League ill There he IIItied one dny Into a faro bank' run byRed'Halt his' one .ye.llhlilinit. : wilbn deadly iftl 1..'. AH h.| I I..iwmI : a. F.lAI\Y. 0ii.trlt. l'msstigtv. Agent. IllS W. U'i' Street, Ja..IUo. Iii .
,. fuimerly a dealer at El I'HRO. Halt was batrud 'IIH Btttumor' >I""nor"I'K"lh"r' will nlituidHtniiutur .

f its fight for personal! temperance. Cleaii. hands, d.,ullnir at the time. It was Muriay's first whirl lit the "For Uod'rf sake l1I"U. whoever ,:,; ,: 5p., iMtiiurf. MMii'I 11. N. UMI,, :,is 'lUiur, '::1 I- -- -- -- -- --
He I nearly P11.1,1| | lli.oo 'N iiiMl. fii ill turd i>r et r> .kind nh, j jli
4 pure' hearts and clear heads will he needed"" in the Ifume.\ He knew no system. wlilpmiwed you are, whatever/ your injures innvhwt ,i '.,',qii.iil| wlirkimruvur' h. wahl HttjintUiiil. bdluiittuiu -
1 eveiy tui'ui, ,m country's new "irrepressible conflict," the outcome him more chiijrn."OccslouiiIiy! ilu, i nnitHint" .Alllitiiutr, tn.ii>il',or wi It nil Atlantic Coast f
be would and smoke It. luau on his ,sou's "rll\'el"! nnd I thu And BliiKuhtr, mar bnnnr., ..., OIlS noH 1..1.. ni 1'1'|' ItinaHiuiid I- Line
_ of which willl.e I loath to the beverage liquor business.J.KW light a cigar captain sprang forward with outspread Ciiiulluiivof, t.vnry kind. and dim,'rip.' .
k But never was ho !seen to Indulge lu whisky. Isor was appealing[ ; hnndfi. linn t tHiiltlftteniiiijuAlbetiHiitiiiif' or In any witni. .
: a &. ho ever seen unxhatud or with his collar !soiled\ or his "lllH I" mid the of the i"riilniiK" ),

.L ZI .\J.AND AND I.AIJOIt' SfHIKKS.: boots imuhtned. Ho was the Beau Jiruuimel of the. "1..11I11.1wenpnll son. ilroopud."Illn point. And. AMO''n| (lie tout' CI:OTtniit Ity, ,1" t'aliitkn plnce ,IIVI ounlv i ar olofjlinitlHltuubt of 1,',ut, ,* ;TiiG Gnat Tiiroutfi Car Line to'Florida. i
'4 ) bills ,
only 'Haul" I have, nioroy on imin' mid' \ Hmto At Plmlli| Um r Imd im Ilimabi .
"..'Irat thing Wit all know he has Rambling' house Wit, HoHliitditRiitltin; ,, Nttrlli silo of. miimruHtnko .
for industrial
I The necessity pence may yet him Lie you hope for mercy your- ,
his ut And he the business mid Hot l>y M 11 Dull.m iinil I f, K Lintiin. Hnmrktntf
of own Cheyenne. got\ "
e : ... force the United States to follow the example of made, frlendu. AV hell he Joined In with Charley 1'ieicc self."Stop, 'aptuln !Mnmbind, 73o not ili. .'lwm.,n tint tim.",urpr,. nald) Mn.ktt itnntun. 'In nf'Inic lliu.di dlvlMloii Iniit' thirty,'' lino, :CCNl'ECTIONS:' f

: New Zealand] and establish arbitration. at Denver fifteen years ago, I'll\ venture gases< that he ask for for I mIld thU "l"h""I: > ftttttaiul, ,, nix .Ci, 1 III"ho'ln, I Ihu nnnlurly :
compulsory me
_ \ had $1IKNINH) In cash. '1'he house In Denver was known mel'I'V dlrfiUnii, from 'dm, wont .101..1", our i Mr'tMit' In Vastover Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Blehmond i sad
1111.11I grievous wiong. !My Ufa In bin.Ijet mild ell y.1 I nlntkat iliitiice, from,, mild rftiikoniMtt 10 }
'i. As far as can be learned, the ellpcts of the system IIH Murray &' Pleioe's and undobtedly there never was him I have hla. diK.." rty along UIH, Horilt lino, lit limo'' I... ownud1iynnli 'tilE WlhlnKton.. thence VIa Penn. B. K,

in Hrituius's antipodal colony .are satisfactory such a gambling' tntubllHhuiunt! .lnce the time gold wm HtenliouHe thew down hltt cullll"ewith I | Uitltoii. ....hn nhuiiiitl' "of thH. ft. Jnliim, f,
Ulvcr. thuncH ..... "
discovered. in thin 1S.rl, menlo valley III 4U I ifttlit niiulun' Ninth .n.y. .
ell oath, tut'm-ci his| buck on UiH OSlO till) I.mtitn,"l tRim I"lno.\. .' .
and after trial of nine there is oflepeal. ( ( ) : thim tt uuit atrlKht VtA ALL RAIL.West. .
A years, no talk "Hurray rnudo moro coin than the Union Pacific fcTli
s enemy And put his hand to hU lortihefid angles to a [1,01,11 nn the rant HldHofVni' '* I ., railroad. He bought\ horsos carriages, good clotht-s/ !. .1..'mc Norlli off Dm dlvlHlon' ntuko nl..\C J 1 .Loiilsvlll A Kaahvlllo via Montgomery.
luftrred thfliitie, .... .... .
KM Wmiih iii fitvtt
stocks In wildcat mining companies, to .y..mu < >
diamonds gave Then lift faced lonnd! ...hnrplyuLlIonce .Ml lutlHtnktt '0' }
) At first. the employers: stood aloof, as if to ignore churches and generally, spent his stun tut It he were more be looked Into Filllerton's to tli: prlntnf I eirlnnltitf, ,, UtUHlhAr wltlt' THE y The Mobile & Ohio B B. via MoQtgom"ry. '
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the arbitration act. Bitt handling stage money. ullmoved'IIOe. all and aluiruinr thHtnneinuntM, ho UK.' n nnd IntI
they were soon
,". thnrfN>ii Mini, tieruiIo' !
"I must say that, Francis Schlntter, who for years "(JoI'Mienald.And! I I.ru.n..n. bttlunulnnnr
i' brought to their senses by the almost complete organization hosed iw the only divine hauler this side of Jericho had without another word he lit any-wlmi appDrtAlulntf ; 1 vl".8. .vl""" ''V"nd Oomn Steamship Company for New Tort ;
K.: Lnu4Ilti.t., .
m of labor. it lot t<> do with prolonging' poor Hob's life. strode wii\v followed\ by hiM cornradeH .....'''I l MB"toft, 101UE E as t 1 lhlRnlphla'' l and 1 Bn ton. via N't'Ik for N. Y. Wash and Balk j
Along lu the spring\ months ot 1HUH Murray found his! OHN R. H ltTlllliGII, I t.vannAh 811,1, Minors TransporUtlon Com.J .
The employers finally found the position of tho himself without funds aud with eyesight gone. KchtU-| mud C'hronlelc HIIVHKB, \ conipaiiloiiH.CblcaKO E, i'. A\: FlLL J pany Bltllore Merhant ad '1

workers too strong to be met. by individual eQort: ( ter, then was holding meetings. around Albuquerque! and t uu'I.I..I""I': ftilkltitrD. VIA MTBAUBHIP... lhll..lphl.
Murray After his first treatmenthe
to AlbuqueiiitiH went -
r .und therefore formed organizations of their own. declared. l that he was well that ha could l see as well .. -- 10 Key U 8 Mal Steamships or the A Occidental Stasis
The result tlu.t at present the employers register; an ever before. And for a while he could neo-see d''lstlnctly Suppose 'yOU.A. AND westl ship Q! Tampn t X87 a Havana In oonneofn with
enough to read. the lluest print. When Murray The
I1r.; ninety-seven industrial, unions, while the workers retained to Denver, the newspapers marveled at his Look 'over your J Atlantic' Coast Line.

cure .and In doing 1I'b. made Hchlatter famous. .
register 2 'IT.
"While the alleged healer was being arrested In Illinois Thrommgh Plllman, Sleeper, Port Tamp" to Nuw< Xork via Atlantic Coast Litiel l
No' trade of any consequence exists which not a few weeks h ler. Murray was glowing.. weaker and cffi: : e also VhS ALlluUleat Llue anti Southern Hallway. .
_ blinder. At last he got so he could not tell\ night from tatlonery
working either under an industrial i reement! or under day.-New York Bun. Connection, made ut Jacksonville( for all Points.

mi awnrd of the arbitration couit.Thtvliebun .... and see if you are not "About out" of I Inlerhaogetbll! milusge! tickets 8')< over 13,0 tahoe of among the pttod- ,

been given to the old claim that the A 'Woman' AVI-HIIII| of the Vampire. pal iWmiya the 8outhlrl States are on sale ....
; HY FELICIA BLAKE. [Letter Heads o"II".te YtWoJ",0.11 eat OD H" E. D'' D.TlokSrCntor address!
g act\\oulil drive capital out of the country. In Oi ) D, STARK Trav
COlm..rlla.II.V. pa. Alt
eight "lIrll'the number of factory workers ill the (With Apologies to Kipling.) 1l'EYlo? t they < Bllidln' Jnokaonvllle. Pla.
A fool there wax, and she lowered her pride II. M. ,, Trafflo Mgr.. a.n. Pass. Agent '.I
colony hag increased from 20,0(10{) ( ( to 69,000.! III 0
( Kven: an you and I ) Wilmington, .
fiife yearn. the yearly wagon paid have increased from To a bund of conceit masculine hide- 'Note .0 :
(We saw thu faults that could not he denied) Headsi
l $y,500CXX) ( ()() to $15,000,01)0.) ) lint the fool saw only hM manly side -- -. -- "
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During the last fiscal year New Zealand's exports (tEvenasyouisndl. ) O. BAILWAY NOTICE Administratrix Notice. .

_ rose to <70,000,000( or :115,000.000 more than Oh, tho love she laid on her own heart' grave In onliir to roalcd connection at Orange lha tousles U honb* given Unit >U nonlbi Inul no0"SliM' *' ,;
dsie.fla'eo( I will present my'
for the twelve months previous. With\ the cure of her head and hand City Junction' n 1th Atl.-utl* Coast Line' and "<>uihor M admlnl.trauir. HUM iMIaawvaniuioof "
t Jlelongs to. the man who did not know Envelopes.Bill train No 35, the trulqpi. ;'operated IbewlaMolWalurHHiullaltociiinl ',j
_ ) I. Within the nine years many new laws harp (And now- mho knows that he never could know) Orange City branuW *Oowu M Nos on 3 and the DharHvil l sy Juilmof tram Putnam the Oouoiv ailmlnlnniUaB. and. ask lo M 01 die U t,

been made to meet new conditions, and existing And did not understand. Heads 4 will run on thf following auhedulecomn..Miuln "- $1.1.iiuiUFiX l 11515 auld .flrbe THBOOORA. 1Sr(. d H_HABT_l ,J ."

laws were changed to meet changed conditions, until A fool there was and her best she gave No. 3 .uiondayMy" 4th, HKJls: ijnilal/itrairlx' of oui,. of W"1
( Kven: an you and I ) -- New8myro&. . B,ao p mil Ei onialo AdmlalMratrU at wlil /
1 1' now: the bulk of the statutes have reached an Of noble thoughts' of gay and grave Arrlvo P. Orang.City . .415: p >. Hart, daowwd 7.1" 10

: ,,:t impregnable( position. In short, the act hag promoted (And all were accepted as due to the knave) ( Statements No. 4-Lntva' JunctIon..4 :aoo -
_ But the fool would never her folly save Orange city Juno. .4 '28) p .
_ 4h tiasiness. and confidence in making contracts, ( Kven: as you and I ) .. '. ::3' p Notice.Ma.nxiutiu.nc.lliu.nil 1oa"

'I has raised wages, shortened worki ig hours, eliminated I ArrIve New Sinyrna' . ,J P \ I. hereby gIves ihat on SItS flat toO',
4 .. Oh the stubs he hid. which the. Lord forbid. other matter. X : d. A. 1. A. I. Ilmibourmm
_ ,I the sweater raised the standard, of work and Had ever been realy planned. or printed .. "rObru..l'...1.111"..,..Isle, porte' I.L :

_ has encouraged legitimate competition in trade. She took from the man who didn't know why Then send to us for: prices and- see what really Dr. Nilmto', FILES OUKED 1111"...", .l.ii, ,".ppll'. Ho.r.bl.'u.. ,
(And now she knows lie never knew why) satisfactory rates we make on Pie euro wilt||, our$u ,forms 54 .nOire ID FlorIda, bI, :;
I Of New Zealand is ,smaller guaranteed work. of Pile. smmm40 .Xa0m
course, a country And did not understand. and is *p l l.n..naud 41-harm.:
For kind of 11 1t at haii' Im.n 5.4 lhrrs naI "
than the United States and what is good for any Lounil'a Drug Store ; dl. =:
one The fool wan loved while this frame was new Oeaeeo' City, .Fla.European ."all than and lh.re npurl and _'. .' "
) ; country might not be so beneficial for the other. ( Evenan ynu and I) I .lraa by law. In .._ and .msIIl ..'- '
? And when It was played she took her cue "ob Prnting_ Clscbazged \.. .;: lLuuuss.hiemmuier l..ld .
__ ; : But certainly something should )be done to arrest ( Plodding along as most of nt do) 'I ..

____ : the war between capital and labor in the United Trying\ keep( lil.. fauna from viewEve.naeyouandl) Call on or write to Restaurant C il.'sees4.)of the Jt .iuaI "l'f..IIQ

_ A Btfltei. FiirnUhad '
.And l.t Isn't the ache of the heart or Ite break Hot
That stings/ like a whlia-bot brpnd The Palatka: News and. Cold Baths "

A 8OMBEK PICTUItn. It Is the learning to know that she railed a god A' SludyatIlemara ,:

"Where can I go?-no place to work-no moro ADd bher,\ head to kiss the rod : r.
For the one who could not undortfarid.KU Palatka Chas, Kup2rbuscji'PALATA1 5s. W""I"o", .. I
-no one to work for Christian buiband Florida tl :la. h.,5 ,- y '
: feome 017 WlieeUr Wilvox'i Ntw Thoufiht$, .. A''_ 0..O. ... '
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;o-:: -- -- Maa Should Live LeD" Baovsra to '

/ Wtlootuo, Not Urnaa, l>r.l)>. WH have Iii .
t Crescent CityMnnoolHi.mOHt Tlie JadlsH of IIo, V.-J. A. hel
. boantlfnl.. ItKintlniia In Vlaril nvetliiflr on Mombty, nfti-rnquii, oiiHt Anthony -Oloolt was romantic. lie live for.liiuiHelf\'lty Itty. family, from Mon's Outside Shirts Underwear
TUB town .In In lli anutlienatarn l> rl of ald ,
In love wllb Bourle and
tl. onairty, 'D rnllon rruia. 1'ulntkit" nnd. I. w"k. At (thc meeting vnrlmiM tel Marguerite Ufty to 10Q for nnd Uumnnlty -

*'u.i"lifil. ',by 1101.ILI<. !"'lllffll. al.iutU'P KriMIIld" o.' Wlllull railroad.. rlNOHHrfWflu Urno.* V hitis wt-r dlsciianoj, looklnV to the Ii Makes His Formal Announcement when her mother would not consent to and after u ,scenc.tlie stnte Hon. and H.ais.AUo : .:*.

nmllUlly, ,from Ilio wont'iitolear.. ,bunk wnu.r ot IS uruwant nillii.. In inkn Ion nltl. of the publla Hchool f.1f hOl' by and Declares His Platform tho aiurrliig' he felt that the bottom oi'i-d, .U8"tll. in full pomu'HHlon of all som'e cholc8'lr".IJI lit- o I'
Hhoot *ih
h."utltul Lad fallen out of th Marguerite lila fucnltlos at Hlxscore > and ten,
entering to-JjiilUl' unlverlo. yi ars
I Iixjnl. throe 'U> llva mlloa In width TlionlaM room or .
i I1l1d, '. wall mid out III tnwu .and irn.vo IIIIH, iV')}loylnirn\ I Ihlrd tcnehnr. A'Vom- of Principles.OBljAND would nut uiurry him without the graybeurd of the approaching fu Ladies Dress Materials and other
. ri.TffirmoroinBiliiitliitf! ft portion of. tho luwnI
blo"k.( in wl.Ttn Ivlnn. bO'"oll'o .inlttcB wltll"IIPI'.llIt"d. to take (.he tnt consent, and aa there wae no hope tOI'1 will bu among the most enviable '
IlIk.-I..k.I hllhll1 .oro.o..n.mi thn na.t nuil, liik.Htvlla. matter up FV..A, Sept. 17, DRIB. and he felt be,could not live nonr her of iA II.lul. for the fear of duBth In Dry Goods. '. .
" .! .11&want. Til. l lov..l of l"k. Hti-lla. la i .II rllmnlliiifnrliikoOr' ..B.'uul Hum,! iifTmd.I liulies fuel and lot possess her he went to a an ulmiTutlon. .,
iifli' tlmt two In UIH| formiil - --
t"llI'h"I'II'f\I'O pint
V !! ot.Irnlim Tli. "' roMat 0 H""lh." not making my aniKiiuutpiiioiitns The fact Is that only man In a .
, I IIIK Pif'' ...... wy. candidate for (lon far distant us he could well ole Wlieu It c toClxolco
, I"'" \' ...... ,10/1' "' '' k"J" oh..I1I1..I". ,imoUtfli to clotho-work of HO liirga n.scliool 1 1 10t million nt dies n unlural' death. tel
, hT thA M>vlLii Aiitliorlllna ""v. nm'lo It gr" <"ws from the Second CotigrusHlonalIMHl.rlct Vltbln tbe'limits of the United St *. prpHent
l'Ul'o eontiimlimi' It.TliarinntByauimnullwny 'as that at Mils phioit. We should live till 140 ytml'Hof Auum GiocexlessMoMt
," mi' ,ili'iiioanor 'wi In any. way I tnke tho lllxtrt.y of brlerly lie In Brattle. age. _
; uinolioii' :: Uio. wentbniik -- ---..----- .tIe who expires lit Hevpuly'or eljchty
II to the
mlloa from tho | my opinion no most
twn town
Btulla I'II''Ilnl
11",1", ol llttlu\liikd nUHtiiiot1. ronvoya imfmmiffonl and A I.rcttyVt"I.III1M'. 1111.tllt, questions confronting the. lie wug an attractive fellow, and Is the "" .tll of acrlitmit, cut off In the people- l know thud U.I beat pliice to rat .

frnlutitU. ") and from tu. town and uroHoont city A"'I'lcln nnd pnrUuularly ter were attractive girls la the fur flower of his dnys, uncl be Ult'l.cIOI8 "FKESHJ. OOUJ)1 Js lt
HUtttnii.TlwtrtiiJW The home {jf \\le.
railway Mr.
tho and Mrs. K. O. tliu went,but Olcott considered big huurt of tlio
.loamor trom l-alnlka'Jnckxnn. ly r.pll. beliK deprived Bftyyenrs
.11101110".01 l th. mont ,ilvllKltlful wator rl.to.' Hill-ton was tnxterully decorated with' In I Hie Ir..t.. pliioe, my faith In the broken and would have none of them. or so which nature owes "him. W. t City

mllOH aoiith of lnlitlkail .. of last rung todny as It was on
,. .iiohimhio nlng week, I day time he will to dlo as A child at
all about his love auO d..lre
.J iYonmor l",,vo. tlio "'t.J.hti and.. enwra. In honor H"ptfmhol'lth. of July, 11HHI, when .tho dvk-guteii of youthful dunk desires The. : ii \ nwi uiinvw
of to
a rathor .nariow but hirtiniimairaanillnml the luipklal VO\\ fNS ''I I he National Uiunouratlo marry he declared thut he would never sleep.. suudmnn

suhoiMl 1 oil .Itlior 1".lm Hldn.> '' "
The flvor'. ourvea aro Hhnrn iiml Prior, which wpre okon befrn Itev.Geo. I'tt. Having hoe a ilolegate )the wan cortubily a faithful lover, for All 011 Instincts drup from us ona by J r Co
)1'1'.0' .. '. .I. novor a lnns mnuh otur City convention, mid one. The child CI'h'l for Uolbl'r'. milk. ojJBgi'gQins
In alVllfa, AII.r IIlno. mllw of miiMti.rmiili H. Waal of the. Episcopal "lu\.t.y he cherished her Imnice In his 'heart g
w. till" ntream the nuiamor e m,"riloi. linotl churcli In t.hu. to tha fl'ImlnKoflll.I\lltlol'm, IOlil The lea of such an ailment Is rcpiig.iittiit $
bruad "i"l boantlliil Liiko oronornl. A run prpNenuo of iiuniurousr liy the and though bo and HUB grew out of to tbo adult. The dmlres fur

" 0'o huiir and a .halt atoamor'a landa thn, |iiiHBBr, al <
' .. tlr.. ?.Jrtfl,.".t. City Thaboat, the.0''iiv>-. JockHonvlllo HoiuhttntmoHl at8a.m I few 1111Ite TI'I.dM. C" rtiilnly be conceded Tlmt IT the game, )1rluorl married to suit her for long walkl and adventures are GliigliaitiS' "'l Go to lUu. per t
"odl" Tuo.lay( Thurailay' mul Haturdnyiu Tho Uomoci o'.lc' party in electing aprinOdeur mother year after Olcott's Drops Goods from 5o to Uiln per yard.l.n .
ma .. .. .. ol'r'IOI.V Ot'cul'r.d at HHOIn: fall < I 'all 11111.es tlmt have their day and
,, at II 1> m/tlio """ dnyn. U tiiinliiHiiinlMiW the of the) (toioat 1 13 lh itud Munis' Uunilerwoar
l>tka the. 1 CUHI deparul. but Olcott did not hear of It anil wish live Is Instinct < <, frinu ]lOo to f 1 00 E ch. =
!,," '.Oro."ont oily oil Momlay. Wod. nvpnlitg by which--Minn. th<> will PHSS ty an
not b found within
Friday at 1 n. in., nrrlvlnn at thr pages till lo"hg after, and then only that heWI. \lt fulls also with Men's Fnnny 811 White Shirts t.1 Silo to 'J. 6 Each.Mi'b's .
KSluiit: :W a. m. anil lit jMikannvllla; at 4auf. 1'0011 worn bl'IIIIII with Illumination that contain tho KIUIHOS City plat married. When, where and to satiety. j antl. I ants from to M 25 per (air. U
f. 0.01' took tho aioainor, cron.oont will be to look : Only nt present uone of us lives long
Men's Suits
m. Mo iMiraon and bright colors. 101'1'Vo whom did t IuIIJ'J"1 from .IK) "
wlltoout .ximrlfiiolnn, he not learn. I t SG'tHI.
for 01'0..011" .h.lt. fthor direction for the cause, enouifu to be satiate with dly.-I'ro. Men's and Boy's from IDo .1 l ( ), twlo that price
"1"h"rr811"d a nuip' at I.Hllo Burton curried Then Olcott's eut .
fh"llitlBoltymnk..aiyiu"iior woman. a llfusom ns"l.ml and alHO t.ho remody for it. nl"ll die and left him Ifessor Metcbnlkoff's "Studies In Uu- Mimes fioin S5o per pair te H 6d:
'on8 I".or 0'.ho 1.1....... the brld.'II.o'lnot and ll.ltlo Iolli; The' Democratic party In the ap- a fortune on ," th.t be should man Nature." i

I...110 towl' prnl'o.. ,. 111'. o. .II,. mu.. Prior, staler of tho gro ,alltllul IlillIlM .. II. '"""d '" .ho """ n"11fh Core,
h ? iMavIa. ara onltiirBU. anil pr.>.i">roiia.ThwaUn ring\ on a tray.Aftwr tha republic from Imperinllsm, the ter'UI and tbl ana CUOUl'UAUIUy Nan ,
"..,1' aolHKil .wo ...h..roh.o-.K'|>.lriKi.D prraervo, lliii COIHt.I.lllnu IgRln..lUUIIr'sslnllll ...It cant to umuuge his estate. Crescent City Florida.
l"r ab larlsniiil two iiuml linuila.f. tho l \';' I'I r itrtvftlo: place* whnrw ;bi,, :ni \I"1" Ill of power Wil now forty Instead of twenty : : : ': '
.Ti..b" .SuusSa.. Hulol. ."" boardliiK' IK.II.O. were snrveduoiiui,tliiKor luel. colTi-e" 1"101" K.I'I'lluent. from the and begun to feel the necessity of ucompanion. .common throat old> ; ther"l"hot sl cbJlnelo. B/"Z : 11n,11r Illt" IU .I''IYla'1111 II 1'1 II mln IIYII'IMI :.nII'IYII".I.III I"
The' jnopl 1 Imvo pro.SulBd nbtwa at tho the rights h'K. sore n. pulse,
> are 'modormo. and cuke, and nt o'clock the wud- lie. <
\ link" \, me euUirliilil.niilnt ''la expected by tho Hnd .r *cplratlonnivo
ll-ipt of the people Xi'om the attacks of corporate 'lal'&en"8B hll"I".1
who like thU amilMiiiiiiiit.cwSwItoS ding party dIMlel..d. tho lu'lilal anil that the terms of the will to open the Hianor. IrNlu."t| em s of Ballnrd'iHorohimnd
irioiiopolius, seu
..."*..I'h.Han' mure. count ornnice*, ormme urovee oiillumi. limnanrolikr cdtipie going\ Jh'. PIUI"1 home dlH"iiHo of political ducoptlun U burlud house. and would need some one to Syrup (tho Ihll, wi cry for

.iii"luullnll ooouiHtUn:| ,18 tlie: ponpleauil the where they were to a few days deeper than the imh pits of hndvs.Aguiiiht tko car of It and preside over It. it) and at th) llmt croupy R-P H I NE-
: I IMfirtrull. ha. l.u been rirKr.l il aeainwrlnr HIHIII 'ough app'y nnllnrd'a rnnw
o .... III any other'' snoll.m otuiaatau. tiefore leaving ('oiitliiued prevalence of romunce In him had died out, at fr"llu.nt.|
.lo Mmo't every olllaen. ol lh. pln<-" where they will "" J'WIIBollvle.at IIH5V.. the ti'VHts f th.. cDiiHctonue of tha im- lust he said no, and he made up his Linn melt externally ( the thront HIM
Ackerman A
at and
of wbluh
hM... .wnll.kuut Kntvts many ocnupytlw i Ion miiHt he Ciilckencd| and aroused to marry oil common senm principles. Stewar's. ;
lro.e low of the luoorlx.ratlon w Monroe fet.RIIss If their hiileful Influences nro to be Borne'of Lounda drug > lPot City.
buck. The moroliiuua' his friends advised
fura r'': i"iit;\ the aco\lv; '''1.. ami they. allow o New okl wns mined In CreB- ntroyed. Mod"I'1 corporate monopoly him to choose n woman much younger j Opium Laudanum, Cocaine and all Drug Habits
Jo ..
St SiSlTSiniona, which oltle* woul.l ol the .i-roillt"" 0. Ll u..lnil many lah QUit Ctt.y nnd' osld. from the few IH thn olffprlng of t the nepubllunnparty. than himself, since the.wife should bo TU. Ulom on 'the .Jar permanently cured, without pain or detention from business, leaving. no cravincr
"pMtbiru. almort "ny otller. town. In tho years spent; In i Vlrglnln fpiiinl college HI. thn. gBiilux It him of neither") younger than the husband and he A mnn .struck with nny degree of or other ftmllant. We restore the nervous and physical systems 1

"'". con- force upon. the, mental aren ot the jaw, their natural we remove the causes of disease. A home
'1'110!! ntnM-U a.e llnocl, with Hhaxla trer ..lIoJ has pansed her entire llfeTiure. -cli'ii.ce, HenlUnent nor patriotism. would flml a slrfof twenty much more becaue remedy

nallve Vl""ll"tl.k. and slrw.ni..broad-nholl Bloyul.wiilk.uitlend arataii ''. She wax orphiinod In yuly chlll. Its inspirations nregreud, and .Bf"lUHhneBs. tactabll Umii a woman of forty. But altluniKh he II'J'' Iw.In perfect physical pr..d by an eminent pbylelaD. FREE
on .ho condition, Instantly collnimun nnd falls TRIAL TREATMENT
Its ratlwr. Howe which
In many-directions.\ _- -- -- .- liood since which Ihlf she IIIIHmnde .. pnrposeH of "1"Clluh.I'n.I'h. DOW .his- miino demurred., declaring was to the II0u"d. The attltuda assumed Confidential correspondence, especially with physicians alolted. Write tody.'
rIOUu..lolit laboring
her home with brothers, RH-!
p"'n (1........... (Jill' do.'n. to o..b. llHXKPH iir 1''HIIII. HelltHll glllll Idnifl tat he would marry 0110 near his1 own lu r..PI.y. (' inay be IlslfntDe Manhattan Therapeutic Association
... 'h'. .. ... 0' wlohlnlrnn...'" tern and other relatives, Slie WIIH of its CoriiilIon ous or delayed Roimi minutes, Is mostcharacteristic.
"p. -
.01'111. I. ,...... age. Oept. A uaa .. Hew Verk
.... ...b.o.I'.....". 'h.roO". .....y 10"" Mtl'lnl"Itlullbllons. ,, .lty
.11' .. One of the most young | necestmv llo |
.. wlt,1t Mr. : D. IA.I..t'ho .chl.rmlll8 d".pllll Among thorn to wus Introduced 'I.II'ms Ibout
.nd m""l -- - -
D"''' I 0 0 ... "..., < (.. public service whomJ 'ruined J Ills head and rolls I. - -- -
o "''!!. :"''o" 1. Indies of tho place Bld his I ver.xInrge after hit ,' cast wnsMrs. eyes
I U hluh too low. to
tno nono eacapeUs
to locate himself. He tries. to
circle of frlencU"who wish Inna a widow. There Itlemlt 'INovy
. CITY TEMPF.HArURK FUR THE Inlluences. Its hand Is on the 10rllg. was get on his side and elbow; he endeavors Florida East Coast
1WBKK ENDING MEHTKMBIiH .Rill,IKJU.-K... >. long\ and happy IIfo.Mr thruiit and In the pocket of evevyiiuiiuiu ab1t her tlmt reminded ta rise his liiiuda and kueeg.. : Ry.
WILt.I.MII,01l8Kl\VKR. Prior '1.. the eldest Mon of Mr, 'lietng in tho. nnilon. 11 Hubert, him of his old Jove. Perhaps tblM lu upon
Max: Mln.M.V..m..l' it the rights of mini and defies the fluenced him though he did not ac If ho regains his feet he staggers like a ,-

840\[ l'i' and Mrs. HOI'101 Prior of (010. He loverelguty of tin states. It It to hlniHelf. At ratv drmike,!" uiun. and should be proceed to
.., .. raguIntis knowledge any
i. P M.
1 II *F. M. born and to manhood at. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28 1903.
I ...."..d...* .n 11 '8 8.1 '1 was grew wnges and the prices of life's lie uiudo up his mind the first time heaw \oven hostilities he Is uOllly promptly ,
la'Bumtay n I4J\ "/) "" that plllce'Ind now holds a espoll."QItpo..llol leceHHitles. It feeds .. employesulglit .her that the was"the wonum hewanted. "put out" by his adversary.* Tho
... ..nlld..." 7U H""> TO U Ul inniiths 111 the and suirve.8 blow Is fatal the aUN.DUNDRUD DOWN: II.RHBOUNDRUD UP.
year practically never
To..I.. _...,. ". n M nIn. | with Armour Ho was hurried Into a BomeWfaat ;
l W.." ...".."'..' *, '.0 "D 7 He Is a young.man of ho llttlo one's lit hOle the.other precipitate proposal from the heart's.; acton ta never unduly ncceler- I'' No.9 ...11 I No.98 N..7
/ Ml 70 HI "I 'our. It divides the territory of the .UTIONS. I
Tbll..I. ") I .
'11...I'rlol...'..'.. 74 811 1/1/ 81 TO.. .exemplary habits and high, Idell., (Inloii Into rammerclal p."vllcps. ; fact that she, TITUS preparing for a fwoyears' atedflhe pulHtt iind respiration are nor Da'jfr- Dally. Dolly.

-.. tlioBO who know him Intlmiitely inlkhos and rewurdd theiinscrnpiiIotm. absence In Ell rpe. Howe determined : mal; tho'pupils ara normal; there Is n, T.Ar .
-- Iud I Integrity O p
--- to stop- this if poislblo bad headache, uo sweats, no cold ext.ml. l 4. L..J.k.o.tl. .'.'... 1. C .
him 1 c |"lves or .. "* It a .
,, lave long predicted lor asuccuBufuL employment nt Its pleasure.I.IU..Oplv. the only way he knew to go about It.. tiesno Illor-lon. of the ordinarysigns'or = O! p MO f>.1 a ; '. ...... .. ".. ".... ..... ....'7 t. ..j I 1''
I '
$ Personal and Social. $' -bllslue"career.RAIBBI ...----- ts the working man and .. was to offer her- the position he hiid In shok or t'ncuolon.IIedlcalNews. II Ip.UI. ..... ...........l.'II".e. .... ... ".1.

him ndrlft to starve In the midst olplenty. mind. "zl. IS|> a p "r..J."I.'k... ... .......... ,. ..L. .
t" .. > FIIOM TtiR DEAD.O ItumrcheH Its battalions olrniiployvH "I know" he said to her, "that we 0" "r lLi ...... ....... .. ..... .........Ar. lo.mOp f.

", W. LaucJis pirtoi'for the Oriental to the polls, placesHts chnsMII hove both passed that roinnntlu 21 TEAKS A DYBI-EPTIO. O lOl....Ar..8.. ... ............ ... ..... ,".
the Preston pe.IOl : .. .810. L. .... .. .. a '
Jeal is working at ballot in their haiuU and Z .. .B. )1..0 ... .. .1' O
OBO. Ho\el.( l Cbanute, Kan., says : "I kuow Coel'ce8Ih.lr where wo think wo van love'but once.I R. H. Foster SIR R. iind St., Salt Lake ,< Lr.......?..,....N "..(.. ....... rxvNHW e 10"C;_ ;
cypress tank factory. wiliIt wa to ul"I' wltli neuralgia, support for Its favorite Instru.nent. confess that my heart was Riven to I Ity. writes: "I have bon boLheredvlth t .0 ..i'' Ij..... .........Bunn".ll................f 0. I ., Z f
in Atlanta. I, 'dued I did. and I got buttlx ol liallitrd'kHnow ., another when I but half dvnpepnla, or Indigestion for 21reals lOp P ........,...Duponu.,.......... .. 0 t Pi 0
is was :
Mrs J* C. Orlmsley Ijluaiueut I was 'rulwed from The United ItnteKof America shall my vra1" tried doctors without relief; .1 I 00 P It J P .........,. Or.\'n.I........... f. I P o
; many .. n n
. She expects: to return home In about the cloud.' I tried Ic.11 to B.t SOle moro, lot", \vJUi ) continue to ent age, and I.'Imvo been true lu ecently I got a bottle of Herbtne. Olottle -
two weeks.Copl but before I had 'uVposwl' of my bottle ..iiiVHiie tlie' mniiKiirutud policy olriiiil. mantic point view to the girl" I oured me, I am now tnporlng off I tiK. p os P ............ Smrrna, ........... ,.. n p :;
and (llHtiuit territorial ncqul- and ahull always be* thus truer U I n ."...........Oak mil........ .. ... I I as. aa :
i ,
home I WHS allied eutlri'ly.. I lim tdll' de < Jove m the second L I have reoommendeil' It .z .. ... THiiavlUaviOuooa.' .. 8 1 .1 II I-
J. W. Miller came Im- up.1 .. .. .. .. ... -
truth too." 25o. Bou aud *1 Oil aliokurmua ,1I"n.llld the IllllUr"Uol of affection of more maTUre o my friends; it la ourlag them loo." i.! :: i!p ....... .. ............. .181 I.p n.0
I from Jacksonville to spend Sunday Utewait's, fuuika; and ; ( 'I'IIUMtl" olllllni IHubverslve yearn Is still mile to give: and I am iOo bottle at Ackermaa A' .Qa I{ 10 pl' ........... tRlHtklOllK.... ..... .. 1. na 81 l_
& Rtew.I' .... ... .. .
< to liberty at home I as well told by ,le that the love of 0 1/1./ J' .. 0.10.... ... I I. .11 Z"
with his family. Lounds' store Orescent Olty. alatka, and Oredxant Ill .
rather 11I'rlelp.> LunrA' Olt. 19 u. p .... ......olboor. .... .. I 6. .UM.
'iHiibroad ; but, taking\ warning romance Into a family 10 HI1 1 Je. :
several days tlle 111 I .. ... .lbll.. ...... .. 0. :.
J. A. Icenhour spent him example from EII'OP'JI inonrclileH love If It t. ** ( Smiill riap.Ha .
Sunday Wulukn. tbl leell'rand .a..a. ar ....,.. .Ft. Fi rc*.. ..... ... ... :
last week, leaving on JIurifMl Allvout conllno to thn most .. .
burnt herlell a1. np
at .._. .. .. ... .
10r enduring. That love I offer That liwect. think II bll.f of a 8 f ........ ..Tlhh.l. .. ..... '
for Jacksonville in of well the riaTn methods of caring for and ., ..... ..,.. ..Ed n.... ..... ..1I'J' .O .
the caving n on ; FromTIi ..
By preserving the lives of those who are you., J'.olnIIHt wbo bus b.u making I 1 ... I' P ........ .... Janieti ........i...... ... \ .P U. .
O. B. Morrow is clerking tehiporarlly place of Mr. llutolilna. at Welaka.uwt \ who here.ifter coimvllliln "I, too," mid the widow; "have passed car"tll .. of ants ail] I I p ,.. .........Sl"""................11 01\' >, I'. 2:
0Ild -may Into that which describe. bees, lie thinks j I tew .1 R I' .... ... .... Hol>* Bound ........... ...
In O. I* Cli mberlln'g store week Wednesday* Clmrleg, Will her bordel-M. This Is one of stag you tlmt, between the' 0":. I 48 a ... ..... Went Jupltwr...4, ...".... .10lSp..n. ..>
first-class salesman.Mrs. luce an old and highly rrgrardeif" kitIZBII .he most Im"ol'I."t questions before I have hud ole In which my heart Ideas of the uattmillxt who regards Insects Ma t ...... ..wo.1Im JJatvoh..........8 n p. .,. 0 :
and he makes a I ...... .
4 CSa ... ... ,
and I nnd thoHe of 51 .B..tn J' [
his life is to'J.y. II ld sholid say the paranount was absolutely engaged can us mere automatons .... : 1 6.
Clay Grabla and little dauglT of that place lost b.111 -an IHI'u'not imulaly never have another .such; but I can tlie lan who treatsthem, as humanly I ..8 t 01 Wa a : :\ p ::::::::::**.Ft. Ijtudnrilnle:::::::::::::::::: : H : 1 :: : I

burled alive by tli.. fulling dirt platforms. Nothing can I 18 Wa IS I' :; ... .... ...... ..... I e .
prevent love I. ; H.I.nd"l.
ter 1ms been vlMltlng her motlier love us you any, and If .uel a Intelligent, there la a buppy medium of : ? ., ....,.....- t lp.
Mrs. Clias. Morrow, for several uovered him to the d"I,11 of IT Tout. i judgment against 111 the favor new of empire.THU the old. republic acceptable to you It Is yours.," ." common ncnse, and this lie bus tried to c : 't: Hi Ar.::::::::::::::;:..Ml f .::::::? : IYOF : A8p : : :. .

Mr. Hutoliins' and Mr. Wullnct Howe winced.: 11 was quite willing attain. Ills observations teach him BRANCH LINES.SjLNrOHD .
welt out to the well, which had l-KHHKNT AIJ.M INJ"'BATIfN.I t give a diwd but when It came that although most of the acts of Insects 8ClFDUES

Mrs. L. Katon returned lust Saturday showed signs of caving for 1 day or tho coming will be campaign on the d"fol..lve, .1< t the point lie" found he preferred I can b explained by IlaUnet I' BBAOH' OBANOH BRANCH.No. .
.lt at aT
from several weeks vl In return. there remain what he callH
a one
two, owing to the heavy raiim. Then. ill along the. lino. Its spellbinders lye .1.1 I No. 12 J I No. tBalljr No.4Dally
Maonn, n...., greatly Improved In U board walk that rulm from the nive. attempted to show that the "h.r In a. difference' ,. he said, "0 plastic Julgme"le" by which : D.II"I I PallyNa.2 'STATION..

health. I Duvlnrntlon of 111 Independence Is anck tenoOr CO"... In yours tie object avoid dll'uIUe'811 steer tbelr way fUft i Lv A,...... TltuavllU' .T.T....Ar rtt aopJ"
house to the well, anil Mr. Hutchlnsctood I 118 S7 ioio r, .. .
L..Nln..r |) >JOOp flmvma.ArLr.
Is mine The
colored school house Is :> number, nnd thut the money of YOlr d.adtn; maybe beyond dlnlcrs. dh.ttve faculty Lr .. .,. O t n .Ar fll l a i> 11II. Lak.Hiil.il ..AriV.Oranire 3 oof
The new on the walk while Mr.VI.I.ue rhe people should .be controlled by living, tbollb. I confess, I.. to till* o bees epelRly' tbelr Lr::::: : BnMrpriM.:::::::::.Ar.ll OOa | I3|> City.Arir. li

nearly ready for oooupaney. It Is went 'round to the other Ilde. the banks. They will hl.ve to ex- I am not Informed. She married yean memory phices cun hardly bo explained .11. Ar.-.I.'nrl..L..IO. 4Mi| .Or. BltyJa..Ly

not known what will be done for BteRcher. he stood with his hands on the curb plain why the Hepuhlioan partY hW ago since .when I have beard nothing on the theory of automatism.Plow j.. II .No. 18Dally. iio. 22Pally. .. No. tt

The one appointed to. this ing.. While thus standing ho remarked tntlinsliiHtlcally t.d asxlHted of her." I.Sal. i. l Dally Sun Dally baly. XATOB' Pally. atan4The
and trust D' l.d.r
the why every I ,ox. BRO: .ui ,
sulioolhas declined to accept owing that be could teel I the earth l'uetH. always will iis lnl. ".'You mistake replied the widow. a* b Water.A NI.i.M

the of the salary. Then lm nugnnte /ld their "My late husband was not the love I refer i curious l..tbo ofproduclng plat T.... M ri .. .rIf > T CO.a > 8
to him in
Insuflleency stepped cain-
beneath giving. the :
pnrty : : \
Hpplblcll : sa : eH : : : : : In
to. In my girlhood I loved one inum l Is reported to practiced by Jo.Juk.unUl.lr as n:1
James W. Long has purchased the back and as htt stepped let go pl Inhabitants along the Turn river tle 0,. i It.. i }iOp.lee.l..bl..L'. a vo, 8 'rIrt: I -
whom I could not nllrrr" p. 8' > < ..7 liP. _
fresh l1)'ltt business of Horace Prior his hold on 'he curbing. No sooner AJOIro J. TjMI'LE OlAV.POI.IY.: "Then/' are quit..' Tomsk SiberiaThey cull tt "plowing J. UI. D I' I 60.|alIO 'J.,lr.aUj TA.__., > < iiou.. > T 40a-.Ia OOu. .

Is making dally trips had he done this tliiin the ground Tho question as to what shall beibue Inlolowe.. betterlet the A raft is constructed, and
of Conio and to these we not
with the race is problem wael. ** Ttra Table ahow th*tm."at wh.h ..In. mar b* inect.d to anrlv*.nd depart
tbruugh the country with a well- gnvu way suddenly under him nd negro I them remain burled In dead Iat to It Is an Inclined gutter of trom th .>eTr l tUon but I : al Um* MMd nol gt
(hat! burden to the people of the tie lo lit hold it elf rcapotiaiiblo for yu .a arlfrom. '
*Oottpanr ooa
.I boards, which at Its lower end Is nor< any any '
equipped market wagon. He proposes he was carried deep into I he well. South todl.Vll has b.el for fortyynnrfi. and duvote ourselves to a living present pro 1 "

to visit Crescent City twice Mr. Hutchlns who stood ou the walk Iny effort. on my pArt T I confess these old love when vide'with an Irori plow. While floatIng -

each week.' says that at 11 rut Mr: Wallace was "inn change the .situation i wlr be cntl'ontl wttli new ones, are mUltI the river they scrape o"plow KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
The sand scraped
'ortlicoming. Is not 'tooxplaln a .
Dr. H. A. Iastlngs of Jacksonville only burled up to the arm pits and who I,I responsible for hU I, .pulchralodol.. Dar. It bttom.guter and pauses Into a tub PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

expects to-retnrn to Crescent. City In that he had caught hold uf tho ch.ln. coining or why his has been sooxtenslvel.'l'priiloiignd. ,, Har.lng"-"Call nle Marguerite," she filled pine boughs, upon which i 1 -
a short while, and rumor has It that wltli which he then l.telllpt.J to pull It Is enough IltUng'bel head tll on his b\ut. >latlnum Is dep..lt The saud of the Hlaml"n..Tnur....... ...... 8 OOa LT Rarana Hon., ......... .U OOnllr
Finding this was to know that we havii them with river so rich t. ., ........... 03 v\ K..y W..t MOIL.r...... .... slip
him '
Instead of living nt his place in the out IlloH81. that they have dlvlde.llIs. The "Marguerite nske. .tartIII. 'or. trlbutalell b K.y W..t8un.Thur....*.......... I 80pArHaranaMon LT K.. Wn.t Tu.,Sal...........19 to a
country he will take a house In town bll, owing to the suction ..nt question of his liberty was raised .by : "Yes; Marguerite. In plntlnum that even this prmitvePrd.tlon ,..... .... .... Qua Arll.'tTu..II..... ..- ... .. I 10 aVor
uuderii ,athp he told Wallace "Marguerite Senrle Is profitable to the peasants.DKVODBUD .
and aand doubt were sincere In '
no _
.uml that he also contemplates tmKHRlng men oopy Tim. C.r or etkar Information addraM any Agant.
to hold on to the haln whllu he what they did. and xontlment was ,"I was Marguerite Slrle. I o

in business.. went for help. Just.nl he stepped Jivlded on the question and a fratricidal "And I 01""Antbony avVomia J. D. KAHNBR, Aaat. Oeu. Faas. .nt. ATTOXTSTHnB,

One of the prettiest (troves: ill thin. lut another oav In war WIM the rOMllt..ald thousands Olcott." Children often cry, not from pain but -- --- -

section is that of W. F. Olynn of away there wa* of noble 1" Hlcrlfu"d "Yol knew me?" 'rnra hiiuK. r, although fad abundantly,
and the time WELCH
BiiNton which comprises some :20! which filled the entire well burIed and thousands destroyed. "From the first. A woman'! love In I'hn entire trouble arises from Inanition, < SANDUSKY

the uufortunate. > great It 'Never Intended tht anhtgonHtlu the _'heir food Is not asslinllntnd', but dnvoured -
lan \ not man's, to forget even slightest and
acres of large, well-kept trees, over races should live together amihe I by worms A few doses -of Whit,,'. You should Physicians Surgeons,
delth. trait, a tone of voice, a *te,, a look of
In the DeWolf Mr. only solution to the problem In will toaense .
neighborhood. ream Vermifuge cause th"l Will be at their offloe CBESCgNT
Olynn has not been here for several 1 t took I large force of len till my opinion Is. separation. The act the Iye. She treasures these In her crying and begin to thrive onoe, SPRAY TREES. CITY 1 FrU
on Wednesdays, Thursdays,
nlglit to gut the body which Will covered hat the bluck man to nl'wal heart, and when they come t.her again very inuuh to the surprise and Joy of thamother. _
yoa-n and should he come 'this win by fully 17 feet ot earth. The for' \ greed and the, Buttering after year of ab.nc. though dlsirnlsed 25 at Aokerman &,ttew.rt'8Palatka day d Saturday a of eaoh week.

terlie will find that his property has held the following dny. we ArM to-day undergoing is for they have for her the same I and Lounds' drug We have

been well cared for .and\ that lie has funeral Will wrong-doing II the ".. There Is charm as of old." umit Oily. Office on Central Avenue. ,

one of the most promising properties Mr. Wallace was n Scotchman wliooitme no hope for .negro outside of sep forgive me for Whale Oil Soap
to 'over !O years ago. aration. There Is no harmouy, nojronporlry "larlorlte. n- W. B. 8HOTWELL
of .. .
'Vel.kl .
we yourself H.r V r.Mr
anywhere tit the county. for th \ white tre. rmlnd"d bt Plarloa- and
G. and I 18.1.without family, In.1 man jlnrm of the South "oubucto of I.h.rlnl separnnitlou. I cnt.- Potts ((10 his wife)-My dear, the Builds t Bow $ Boats
T Thompson an old 1 .
universal esteem.How's If there U to be a separation "ber 1s nothing to forgive you for"unions all Is chiy. Kernies la fenetre. Thrip Juice Insecticide I
esteemed citizen of Huntington and' ---.. here must be some' suitable place 1C Is for being a man. Men can The Visitor <"otto voice) Why do kinds Bepalra bat. buggtea and make a.' .
a former merchant and postmaster This >rovlded for the, 1"11'0. and-' some not retain what 1* e enduring In ... you ask your wife In Frecb to ..huttho For spraying Orange Trees. One lu rear woo MEAT ropalrs at

at that' place lies dyliiff at hla home. >lim Inaugurated )' this sepautlon ro.n." ...Indow' gallon of It will make 1.0 gallons ot the Oreeoent City. i'la.MARKET..

He has" been In feeble health for the Wn nlto On. .n"o D..ln.b Howard.. "... for byiMirs can be perfected. .The jovern- "But It wa. yon, not I, who"- Mr. I'ot.
past throe all the time tenderly any van*ot C..rh ment should provide "Yes; I obeyed my parents, tbeagh tt .If I asked her English she gll&te
years Cat..h Sjf -, M, VKI,.., ,,,, 0. ample territory. The Inducement ofndlvldnnl coat me more It yon. In this wouldn't do aa she won't take Instructions Drug Store prce.
mirsod by hl ., faithful, dsvoted ': : Itb: freedom for the negro, and tan I It
w. 'b I s JiiifiK you'men have advantage us before v I.I tors. But ,
fSsX "
Wife, and now/ that his dissolution n.., I...Oho I. LD ."0,1 he; personal opportunity of an Independent tie 0' Crescent City Transfer Co.
.,...11' houombl.. lii all bo.ln. tran.not... onaanil life. Is all that la necessary men. Yo,.are stronger and .emo If I any It In French she gets up and Creaoeut City, Florida. ,
seems Inevitable the tendercst sympathy :' I carry outauy .110 tnal.. But when It comes" true love doea It at once as to let you see

of1 the whole community goes I,' .-l K lrlIr'I K'\ iiSSS"ssfsSssssaSi.i.k i fr 1 recapitulate beginning. i I favor and standby ar far more fervent and enduring." that slie understands 8 the language. THIS CERTIFICATE IN EVEUY Meeta all trains at OreeorDt Cit..anGtlon.
out to them. S ':t .'' \ I the KHIISIM City platform. I am After all Anthony.Olcott Howe concluded London Pik-MiUp BOX. Night trains by appointment.B. .

From letters received by 'friends .. vsss&ssia oppoHed-Ho hnperlll81, Congresstonnl ,. there a romancela love GUAKANT1UI! M. IABBEB, Manager.
wi'chln the past few days It Is learned !Ins a'oTVi.' ".,,.on...om..h. tS&. &"VSaSX. political power deception corporate; and.\ that neither tim nor argument can OE TlPIOATE. '
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.tlmonlal. 1.lopole. rlova Tvo bl X.
ItrillvNU T I. Iln. Knot box of DYHPKIKIATAiil.K'fM Opexxcer
that all of the laws ) ,
enforcement ,
Major and Mrs. 1, L,,_ Burton 1 Ual/ family:: flluraro' ue i Mother you and Harry have orvntalu. to itujB.. ".n..oo whlnnoonl

and: Miss Jessie will return to Crescent -- -... against trusts and the makingofaws T.alaa Provldxi F... qnarrnliKl-, have Ilortpnunt What *U and Afiar' Miking I ItW diyt iu-ot>rdtng Dentist.
by which- they can be controlled ,to dlrootlonn nud di not rw tv uuy
City and make their home here. Jnmt .... Front SJarrallon.Wlien It those we have now are inadequate. l.m.Dld d pawson. tel his flock dat I the matterT l>ld. be find fault with b. *flt wbit vr from .hoL. Unt, rftirn* .

For tbt past, year or more Major In 1S01.MHS! Italfour Was vlsltln I! favor republic and not an empire, Pete, s* a habplUutaua tie cooking' kite nChlin.empty or*box tinil to dirtH't your d.Ulllol.tf.Ulh. Park Stet neat-Pot (/o_.

Burton has been Jiving at Cortes InManItee tlie west of Ireland and studying .. separation of the white, and black No; he knew bUab ae Young Wife
county*. wherehe has been" tlie. condition of the people sbe asked noes, nnd commlssloo rof labor In tale don, dat St. Peter wuld give dem ma. My .Qlt biO well M*> .c". InUlan.-- Cresoaot Olty, '. ;- Flotilla,.. '

engaged 111 the mercantile business, one of them how they "er getting 0.In he cahlul.eletted from* the ,ranks each a bUJlbllldelpbla Record. enough, but .be mays 11'mI'm all_ Bold by Xjound'* drug .Cora Crena at John* Rlv."y D.JI8ht
"Arrah, anise, of on the subject of baptism.Dhloairo .- .
and where he has been quite success a particular it wasn't village.for the famln In conclusion permit trie to add, "u. _..the Ja.. wrong Tribune.IB C*VI,*. *p 17.6m. Tb8 Beach & KUlsr

ful. :But and that If It should fall to )' lot to bow look ,
there was longing to get lar Wife 1 'wonder you can
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back home and everybody here will we'd-be .htrlngl"-ohn [ reannt the people of the Second the face* 'A. TORREY.pnd'rt JOHN VINCEN. D. Q. B. '_ OR. .
.e 1 .
I ffhall with the b"lp of the LMVM
v&gla4 to welcome them back. lira. .!*.. .( c.... trier and the guidance of Him' who Hnlbnch. a man can get. .used AritIc Brbr. and NaturiUy. at SW O.. a. far Or n Oila, .
Burton people York Times.It's and Embalmerv ., ,, Paiatka, Orwoaul City ,aj>4 Wbuidlnn. .
and ,M Us Jessie will arrive Blowpay-Doctor! ; I puppose yon Irmmeno1our ules over all.'fulfill every pledge paoJp.. *. .,

nut week, and th."l1a10r wljl) come tailor t met 'I embodied In this, platform to* toe Bklr Cutting ta all ttjlea.Qlve Bourn Hlf.laayMOM Baii,.lty .W 8..
aailer to explain Ine and Oofflna.Te IPr.e t I a. .>
will btvata your
at oan as be eari close out hU bullnew. you bvat) or my ability.Blna .tlilh" Il ufOabc mo a 11"0. l.a
DftorelaIIIT.! to ,'0tdleJ I. rely yours, llul .,'U. O"t mlttB d[ .o.I.J . -t' ,
Miss. .Jessie expect to enterV .t Im. A, P. Chk )' *
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The Palatka News Major \\.Li. OleBsiier- Commission -. -L- ,I r Concerning; Co. "1>-" .-. ...n...... ......... ........-.- .......-.-. -..........-.................-..........-.......-......... -."""' -.........-.,......,.-.......,.-........-.........."-""'" .
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er Imigratton for the O. S & F.'By, There is something! doing in the Tbe Cluttrds lout and Itrllhd In the ,;;? ,

; and Advertiser wns. In tho city yestorclny.Judtfo ihlpbulldlng line In Palutka
; ; us an I Armory on Tuesday night nnd wlillu
1 V.'Wnlton left 'on Tuemlny i nspvctlon of Capt. W. M.- Boyd'u the nttenilunce, was not, what It

TilE-NEWS: AND AIW.It'lISI'U: for Virginia whore ho- will outer hip yard ,will show. Tint there is a' should hav i been. thnre.were enough ;g s. Beautiful Designs-Exclusive Styles.

has n higher clfcuhitloti rating Wnshlngton and Lea University.Dr. large force of men engaged In buildIng In Una to inuU a pretty good show- .

t', e,1/, / than la accorded t<> any oilier ) W. C. Merrill\, a "prominent the new steamer which is to ply l ng, nuid li!) drill was nit perfect us /6 \ /

} In l'I'lntcr',1Ink dentist or Albert Lent, Minn., Is hu picturesque. Ocklawahariver this It could he.Tho '
r Palutkit.
paper 'I attalne'd
{'. N. Y.. July 20, 190H.: spending| a few days In the city a winter on Lucas' New Line. The tentnge of the company In- j 4SIS. Strause & Bros. Insured Clothing has the top notch vt/t tI

guest lit the EinrntoRit.: boat Is to be an improvement on anything eluding the shelter or puppy tents, In good tailoring. ; it Is cut merchant tallor..way and prices

F .11vN 111''' 1NKar Oeu. E. Clay loft Saturday for the yet planned for navigating: this h"IB been spread put In the Armury I Iklucii % aren't half tailor made, from $10.00 up to' $ 2.5o. in all the \f/

:' S City happenings) and $ mountain' section of North Carolina, construction tortuous sl.renm., thou It anything Is stauncher yet attempted in- trying Friday before undergoing peeking invny.a thorough The 4N newest designs for fall. ... .. '..i
r wore he will remain until I the first of
Personal mention.It. for this river, In that Its joys now have tho KriiK-Jorgeusen'
$ $ \t
0 the coming month when he will return wear Nor
'4'n depth of hold lls fully two feet greater niinrny.lne rlflu the sumo an used I by> Everything big boy or the little boy .should ,
+ .""' '1'''111 M 11w 'Nei with Mrs.' lay.
The boll of the new boat Is now the regular tiny lienklus 1 nll.cnnip, I; tolk Suits; Ve.stee Suits, Refers, and a full-line of Velvet'suits' \t
i II. Ahplanulp spent, Sunday" In The (papers that are continually nearly completed, and (""pt. Boyd equipage necessary' for real busi

St. Augustine.: i boosting Nub' Davis for governor, had bas evtdentlly exercised great care ness. Should ouuuslon. require It /, no two alike. "

Kiiguno Wells Is at home'for n hotter devote their' time to- some in the selection of hla timber. 'The this compnny could go Into actunl -

short vlult'to his mother. a good 1'iuidldute I that needs It. Why boat Is !85 feet in length with 2:1! loot service prepared to hold Its own-the John -B. Stetson Adlcr's Celebrated \t#

W. E. Wattles I of the Ht AugUHtliie "Our IlnlV' Is already elected [rover. breadth of beam and when completed Jay of Iln-Holdldrli'ig: with Co. "D" Is 1

t''. Record Ktatl WIIH In the city loxt Sun nor.-OHnndnrUiir.Mrs. ) / dipt; Ed. Lucas will have 'a boat a thing of t Ih"I"IHt. Ihey are the real 'e: Hats Kid Gloves. .'?

tt, day.' ; J. N. Wnllon sends notice that he and Jim Jleiile/ can crow loud HI'liIII'IiOW./ _____ ------- '
that (hn regular meeting, f PultonAndui'soii It will take force of Out ot Ihll uties
P > over. a large twenty-four comp+ Wool Medicated Red Flannel
Mr.xnd Mrs. ]\f.V. /Stnvvnrb ofJacksonville ( in all. styles, Natural ,
In Chapter United Daughters men to get: the boat ready for commission In ounip at Jacksonville the I'ululka I fAUnderwear "It
wrrit the oily ovel'8undlLY flerino. Fleece Lined.
of l.ho Confodemcy d will b" held at by the Ifith of January the I boys> were the only onus having/ cots :\ Light Weight Wool,
the residence of Mrs. J. D. Lane, ,usual date for the opening of the lo sleep on. H I IDlght not have been \t
p C. Civrmnn, 111', cnme OVer from St. Thursday afternoon October. I..t.. it tourist season on the Ocklawnha strictly regulation: hutlt Wit II ut bust .

I his AiiKUHtlne: to spoixl( Sunday; ,, with 8:1111.)!> river and with this new boat the good judgment the pat t of Cnptnln I.8S 1e' h Mother's Friend Shirt Waist for Boys, all sizes, Majestic and New Columbia Shirts. \t%' ..

3 ', family W. V. Slaughter, luau s vorf(1) his Lucas line ought to hand 10'' II big Ualhonnhninokingoutfor, the comfort -

1 Mr. and Mrs. J. 'r.ond! have returned connection with the Wahl laimbur bimlness. of his men, for 'd 111'1 lug!!, ...ho lust I 1V\ VV:;: E: R f S HERBERT CROOK, ". /.
a I from a trip to New York and foot five of J7anager ,,
Uapt.Roydlealso building days the the
q Co.: ut \Vol aka, and him accepted a cnunmpinvnt .'11'
Philadelphia. launch for Hllburn & Ver- weather and ,
position ns chlet ,miwyer in a blur mill; nnptha wits winy diHiigreenblennd
Capt. W. H. Mann of Munnvlllewns lit Lake !Mr. In trees. which will be completed with while othersveru sliivping on ____.___._.__-_.___. __--.' =--'
Slaughter was .
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a visitor In the city over Wednesday the city on Tuesday en route to the in the next month. This boat Is to thin straw ticks. on the dump earth ,. ". ........"' ... ... ... ... .. .. .. ,

nluht.MHM \ tatter place. be fitted, with a 46} horse power Kagle mod grimly bumming', "This ain't -- '-___H__

I'. | Mantle, UoRi-t-o: 1ms returnedt I,'. J. Fenrnslde accompanied his engine and will have, a speed'of from lofhlip, like home" our boys: were .-- ;.: .:: :.::=-:.- -- --:;..- -, "'="-e

from a delightful trip( of three weeksto daughter. Miss IJelui, us far us At- eight to will afar miles It an hour. The 1 repotting i III high mood and dry and .singing Cut II == :Putnam: :: :::: Pharmacy: : : :: :::: e-::
New York. lantu on her way to Gainesville On. owners use IUI.a pleasure craft gleeful "Idon't, belong to A Big II PALATKAFLORIDA.
and to get to and from their.. large: the regulars, I'm only n. voluntaer." _
Mrs. Khert nnd divnght, MlsnICmina. where she will enter lirennn FenialeCollege. '
vegetable farm at Rolleston. But, wiisii't that feuding at the .officers Drugs Chemicals Druggist Sundries
have gone to New York to Mr. FeariiHldt Is HpeuUlnifn has been made'in and
..c visit relatives. day or two in Atlanta calling on The launch Spray Is also being: refitted f muss n. rottun proposition( t Patents. m

1 old friendH with a new and commodious i in olllcer here war heard 1 to oxclnlm."It our PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED '
y George Bnnnett will to Del.and
I go cabin at Boyd's and when finished surely wn.M," seconded another FIIRHlf! OABUESJ (EU. AyonU. Mallory aioniimhlp" .
iutl.| e
#' where he will enter Stetson University A colored/ woman Dorsey by name, will have nil the swell appearance of who continued : "And this caterer Dry Goods Stock. F- -...............=-- = 1S. _
G next MOlldll '. was bitten by a': ground rattler near e
a/ new launch. The Spray:! is to ply who served such nauseous/ stuff

Judge M. 1. Coxe nnd family Will I.un..yltlltlon. on Monday. Every with pleasure parties" between this claims to be the best III Jnckson- I It's worth Investigating. -- ..::: s -- -

+ move next week into the I'vek cottage precaution Won taken to prevent the city and Han Mateo during the win- vlllel Well I would hate to see the .
o Second venom from spreading, a physician: Cut: prices include a A. WILSON.' \ J. T. B. MERRILL
on street.L. .
ter. worst. Why, Ihe a enlUted, men'faredmuch : FimsrDBKT. Vice Peeelpa9T.< CAaIlIBB.111rputnam
1'. Lace a prominent business was culled and at last reports the u In addition to the above work Capt. better, thllu-v'e; did throughout!; Lot of pretty- j .

limn of Interliichuii was a visitor In woman was gutting; wellMiss' Boyd has just completed a naptha 'thuentlr''.tlm as far nu untlng. !Isoncerned. National" Bankor

d the city last {,Saturday.Ciipt. Kate L. Lucre returned from launch Jacksonville, parties which
K. Noble Calhoun Is hooking New York "Monday. Minus I.ucnshas wr.. delivered last week. He is also gqt were those taken with the company Palatk.a

r bassut Son breeze and trying to for- been In oho metropolis' several] building severaj) neat row boats for and they were thoroughly! Dimitys,.
weeks engaged In selecting her fall 1 J We solicit the aeoounte"oft the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all
the private parties. cooked nicely served.
got fatigue of life. ant
{ camp the courtesies and oaouiuuioilatloa, consistent vlcb-
I+''t ir The MIusus Blanch and l dna Crlll 1 and which winter Is inilllnery stock, much of -Wants--ail--KxlilMt.M. -. Old Uncle Charlie! Jones was the Percales andGinghams. I ( good thinking.
even now al'l'lvlllRlld/ being .
and the Mlsxes cook for Company "D" on thin trip -- -- .
Augustine! on Davenport< | lust.visited St. neatly placed for Inspection. !I K. Bishop, special commissioner I and a better mini for the Iuoslti'n.s Also -

W. 8. mid K.Saturday !Miss Clyde Kxtcs entertained rife.; w to }'Iorldlfron1 the St. could not have been selected I ; what Smith's' On Mattings, Rugsand
O. MUlillcton

prominent friends on Monday evening In honor l.onl81l1nlPurchllse Exposition, who he does not 1 kilow I about oho.buxluesx Ladies Summer
turpentine in..n of Pomona
of her friend, Mlxn\ Kiiunn Graves I Is now seeking to ivrouse Florida to' IH not w'V'th the while trying! to find
were visitors to Pnl'ifkit' on Sivfurd': Ice Cream
the of
y. necessity milking an exhibitnt. t
14 who" IK here for a short visit. The .-
4i' Harry[ Carmnn! Is building n limit evening/ passed' In playing' Hindi i the coming big fakir, was In Palat out.It Is said by ninny who.H w'the Floor Coverings

Hf' two-fitory rfBUIcneo on Iris lot mnrthe nod other Interesting: gamer: Re ka last Tuesday interviewing!!' our hoya[ pass. In review before thVgbvcrnor and other goods for is Delicious ,
Hflden Door and all kinds
eyt.r"Hs Cu' hoc business men. of up-to-date'
frcHliinonts were served. that their line wIIIIIJel.tcCl.! hot< Ladies. .
tory.Miss Mr. Bishop hopes to see some notion hi-lng: excelled by the regulars, who extra Evun'body siiys so, find what everybody Furniture
There some
lion., John P. Wall of Putnam Hall are
\ Vlvan Apfcprman returiipd taken to secure a state exhibit at a headed the I'tirnde, and war one ol IO.. .a-l'o..lI.! C'lenn, cool )>"ilor H. S MOONEY
Sunday from visit of Home weeks was a visitor In the city early iu the meeting which baa beenculled for he i few companies that drew the attention Bargains for Hen rnt'I"III... nod spnelal table for piirtlfnof .

with relatives and friends In Jack week. Mr Wall bus some opinionson organization of a State Board of of the himself in our little iirople. Everything: %In I makIng special low prices
governor by he I of
I. the political situation which lea l way _
Trade at Jacksonville In November
pointed ,
being out
: Full Stock of Window
the experts to the conclusion that he 1 Shades
He Is also interesting boards of county ...
Miss Annie Cnlwell of Port -- -- -- Summer Cool Drinks
Tampa I .
'r City, who lies been relatives will be heard from In the coininguampntgn. commissioners In the various counties Aro GI..Het"lIl.'I'hl Undertaking and Embalming
( here 'for soiye bite returned home He Is agin' trusts and to take steps for county exhibits. ) officers and members of Co. Clothing nt our Fountain. Kimcliiunrtitrs' for '

i4 r Thnrodl\\ '. other octopi on /general principles. The counties of Lee Man 1 tec, HAIR. "n'\! Fl l'ldn.. State Troops, desire to11)nnk choice t/'onfccf.lonx Clams' eno.

Mrs. W. J. Hiley mid two children Mr. and Mrs. K. W. White( returned borough and Polk have already takentlio the clU ouWr 1'nlatkn whoso Furnishings. Ice and Cream rEOc"Illo"H.pilule to order for parties ..rsJIiIEE: : '

I' i forterlvofPulntknbutnowof'I'itux from a four weeks absence Halthnoro initiative., Mr. Bishop! states generously contributed to the fund I

i ville. spent IL short time in the city- and New York lust/ Monday thnt $10,000) Is already In sight for."a liaised: several weeks ago for incidental and Shoe L. A. SMITH, Lead and Zinc Paints.

}u" on Tuesday. During her absence Mrs. 'Vhrte made state exhibit and (that with a little camp expen.... Thn money so. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
her full and effort! the state can raise all the mon collected enabled -
winter millinery yelecHOIIH I the nartf-finnster] Departments.Bargain t
li ) I Superintendent oMoTivvlwli of the which she Is now engaged/ {III u ey needed to have creditable representation to feed the company during\ quite Iln I
r Wilson WI'aper]) } Window GlagH
CypueHS Co's, C"l1Ip.l.etUl'n. .1 Fine
arranging for her imual fall opening. I unavoidable delay In supplies from i Seekers
I' last Friday from iv vUH to his family soon to be unnnunovd.Tlu Putnam county should tojfe an Interest the commissary depHrlmenr. I ITlmnks .-' School Shoes V'nrnishea, Knlsomine Etc
In SnKlnnw. Mich. will find a
In this matter.
Palatka bund, discoursed music _J nre also given the Indlrs Will New Gilt 15c double
( .to Papers!
f tnartermnster Ht-rgt. 0.) 11.1'Ig g --a s J of Pnlntkn end others for donations 1,000 Things
has returned to Lnkelaiid, alter tit. at the .tlllld.OIl lower J>mor I Istreet Will Sue Crescent City. of edibles for the entertainment onI interest them at Boys and Girls roll, and up
'; : lust Saturday evening: und a Horace Prior the
three stock dealer
past spent lu not he .
t camp I evening previous to thus : '
1 with his large number of citizens. were out t to of Lake Como In the : encampment at prices to suit. Froro
i. family lu'if.Mrs. was clly and especially to )[re.: Albro The* yon. } B E. DOFXJFJ)( Palatka, Fla ;
/greet f the hoy 'l'he concerts by the< for the
making arrnnfcmenla'to $1.15 $1.75. Come
Until lianes of JncliHonvlllewns and Miss Rosa Coxe who inhered '
band will be given from now untl t renif Neat to Gar Broil., Lemon Ht
h l' t In town several days. this week, further notice on :Saturday night bring suit Against the the company; ,while It war in 'S. E. BOND
town of Crescent for
tl, culled hero by tho Illness of her City damagessustained : camp, with a box of as ;jflnn cake as them.Best
Instead of on Thursday as heretoforeW. .: N61.11tIAfrlrIQ.11E."fmla. .
( mother, Mrs.. Ilnrdtn. in the lose of some hogswhich u wee ever put up. Shoesfor : i si
F. 'Bend, t were Impounded there and unlawfully GO'S.Big WHEN IT'S U
a leading orange The also g r
', The steamer Okevhiimkee of the' boys are grateful to Jack Men\[ and \V omen Every |
1h'e'' fart Line Is grower: and nurseryman of DraytoiJslniid sold. Fllnnof this city 11ItI ('01. Jns. K. Hj
being\ overhniilud elm ; Furniture 1
{'' I r t fr repaired by Capt. Dunham at tho old was visitor In Palatka las 8nl<1'loII'. Prior:. "I am not making!; Alexander of J/eLund for, several Stores: .. pair guaranteed! I'ricea $1.50 M I

l landing opposite the city. ;week. Mr. Heed Is one of the war on Crescent City's hog ordinance. boxes of perfectos, which were groutly : to.$2.50.Full Mattings, i
hustling men of the peninsula-onto e [ want to see It enforced. It is i a enjoyed. II N Oil Cloths, 1

.If been Mlxs Josephine Meyer. who hns 1 whom that .section of the county. beautiful place! and one the people .... I line of Dress Shoes. $ Rugs, Curtains 4

1 f vlsithngher cousin MHH| KmniaKhert when It finally gets on the top waveoIts f In all parts ot the county should take :No/hing/ l>i.liif.( Correct priees at H ORA
r New '"
il' for the month Crop ;
past left for her former will much pride in. To allow hogs to wander. "
j. homo In Jamaica prosperity owe The New Is frequently) Ill k"d I t to t Push Cart .
N. Y. 'on Wed about h; .
I' far the example of his energy In rebuilding the .streets would kill the tell -what It knows concerning the I. Jacobson

r nesday.Tuesday the citrus fruit industry. place., But there is n right/ I\nd newly Incorporated; oompany which M for the Baby, j.
wax the JewlMh New to do Some f ofGarden
wrong way things. o I'alatka, Fla. BEE'
!Mrs. J. A. llardin of Fruit Covedl"d made suob a splurge early In thee
Year,the rltuil, .since the creation of my hogs got: Into the outskirts of th :
at the home of her Unughler spring: about having n new mid fKA
if ,
+ the world. All the stores owned by town last week and these were put E R. GERBER[ ( & SON'S'
l Hebrews this dry were closed durIng Mrs F. O. Haters In this city, Tuesday In the pound My representative modern line of steamers on the Ocklnwaha Let UsKnow I a
{ morning at 10IK::: > o'clock oRrlght'a f river by the coming 8"180n.Thllt's l"
I the day. tendered the marsh the amount of Seed Coupons for a Free trip to Now
ie disease aged about years, easy, for- : .w. York given with each 35 cent -
Mrs.\ Frank 1'. Woodward and two pound fees, which he refused and puruhuae.
Hue leaves three sons and thre The News d08.n't.know, n thing Your ,
children of then proceeded to sell the hogs without 101
Tallahassee arrived In thecity
daughters. The remains were prepared about the company, except that It Pictures Famed.
t ,,::1 Tuesday evening for n few dnys for burial giving due notice of the sale by I has not laid tho keel Neatly _
by F. A. Uerber do as yet to a single
..o, forFall Embalmers.
y11 + iv visit with Rev. mid 1 Mrs.( A. L Sons mud the Interment took place ii' advertising. I do all In my power to : boat. Grocery Wants Undertakers and .
Thoue 04. l'al..tkn, FlaL1R
I Woodward. keep stock from the ..
the family plot at Fruit Cove 01Wednesday. h away town Capt. ]:d. :Lucas Is the only Ocklawaha ill
Its want them impounded If they transgress nail there JUr41ttilthBlkIP1( _11r4 ,..1'>.
Mr. .and Mrs.\ Jno. D. HlllghllmIOpent river navigator whore doing wl 1 be DO ground of oompluln -
.I Sunday, \ but I do not propose to subini! at the iimllty.'
Monday rand Tuesday any thing: In this line. He Is build-
quietly to his sale without the PlantingAt
Congressman Robert W. Davis town
.i at the Goodnll b"Hcli. While there ofPllllltka. giving me the opportunity to redeem anew and magnificent hOlat; II ..pattlul .. We have all the loading NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB
'v each had the pleasure of hooking anhanding d Is In the city aocompanlei theft, or to scorn my right to redeem description of "which will be Tat Deed Under Section 8, of Chapter
by Ills wife and granddaughter' Margaret BREAKFAST 4BDH. Lawn of Florida.
a large sea buss. : the mone11I tendered. My attorney found In another column,
: WIHurd, and: the party ari S' has been Instructed to bl'lnK Notice Is hereby, given that B. B.
Thos F[. Keating of Ooodnll, I U. .spending: several days at Wind: suit agnlnst the town of Crescent The newly Incorporated company and. they are a'l' of the FRESH VABI- rfautfer, "purchaser' Tax CortlOcateNo.ll
spending the week: In the city looking t file City In the sum of $100 damages.-- was organized: with a capital of f KIMK ),- Elf!. Nothing gets niu ty or mouldy| ll. duted the let day of ,July A. I>.
our ,Congressman Davis has severe 1 ... this >htue.ie. 11)01) has flied said certlHuate In my office
after his business Interests, and thus -- --- -" ), only $1.2IM of which was scheduled i don't keep our Block-
Important business matters that require City Drug \YO sail It- and has made for tax
permitting hU son' Rnland.to have IMeil nt IJruytoii Island. as paid li. The promoters of -Its: going out and coming 1 ID application
a his attention In Jacksonvilleand '.Illhe time. deed to Issue la accordance with law.
short vacation nt the bench. New Frances! E. Rogers mother of the new lllie may .have been doing Said, certificate embraces the following
in this
his lieu
presence city J. T. Rogers, postmaster at Drayton something but timers Is no tangible We make a 10adlDtropl'olRIty described property situated la putnam
Aliss Lillian T.forrlrt arrived homefrol1l nothing: whatever to do with his can of the boot
Island died at o'clock last Tuesday evidence of their work on public Store. county, Ponds to wit
ex- ,
ii ::1 the .Seubrccga: boxed :list Mon dldiicy for governor.: He will, however hlbitltloh. Pt Lots 4 and e, Book T.. P.20, leo-
j day leaving. the following day for meet hundreds of Ma warn h evening. She was in falling healthfor ... Butter and Cheese, tlon 18, township M: range JS-14 acrM..
-- -
t Volusla. I a month or more but did hot take Teas The said land being assessed at the
1 county where she will spend supporters' while here and politic and Coffees.
: a week be to her bed until the' day Before) her l Died ut Ilimtlifgton. date of the i I-MUMUM of such oertlflraiwla
or more with frlundii. may from time to time ..
Unless -
death. O. .T. Thompson old and highly BAILED. We have the name of Mrs M. M. Webstar. q
0 LOPBK a flue blond.
--MetropolisItev. CIIAH. M.Hi LI.IAHO very of Coffee at
John so-
( redeemed ,;
n Irulnger Is II1Iklllllrrnnll'e.- 13 said certiqpate/\ shall be
Mrs.\ Rogers came to Drayton Island esteemed resident of Huntlngtou cents or 3 pounds. for 13 cents that 4
menU to reopen the iSt. Ueorge hotel. .])1'. K. L. Ilonlker, former from Portland. Maine some SO] died at hits hOlile In that place last you can't duplicate In t.ils oILy at 20o per cording to Uw, tax deed will Issue A. P.thaw-lw .
the 12th of October.
+ilitF The recent sale of the Klmbull House pastor of Ht. -James M. E. church) years ago' and had resided there continuously Wednesday morning after an Illness H G IflPER W[ X CO pound. on Vtltoess on my official day signature and s..al "

to Dr. A. M. Steen made It necessary :South, In this city, wasln Palatknon since. She was 77 years of several years, during most of ; hlghent We ran also '''Pl'lyyou' with the very this the anth day of August. A. D.19 ". t

for Mr.\ Uralnger to secure anotherlocation. Wednesday en route from Atlanta to of age, and a lady highly esteeinecJ which time lie has 'been confined grade: Cufee.It IS"sll I| J08EPH PEICB.Clerk .

t l.t a his work In Palmetto. Dr. Honiker I by all her neighbors Mrs. Rogers closely to tho house. Fire Insurance: call its FRESH GROCERIES you want. : \ji. Ct. of Putnam County. FlorM

+ s L. A. Smith left on Tuesday for had been suffering since July with had always expressed a wish to be Mr.: Thompson was. upwards of 70 on FOR SALI,, -Btern wheel. Steamer )

U. 5I{, New York where .lie will enter the the low, continuous fever so unlversal burled at her former home In Maine., year of age, and WAS formerly a Leading American and Foreign L. c. STEPHENS \lOxfiO.) Inxmol 6xl! Cheap. bush' V

'{;.I, :National Academy of Design us n in the low lauds of South Florida. but as this .seems Impractloable.tthlll merchant and postmaster at Hunt- Ifsoltl at once. Want larger "bost.

95:. student. Mrs.\ .Hinltli, and Robert and was obliged to go: to Atlanta. for: time her amt determined Inter lagoon He gismo to Florida from ompanit'8Accldent'.Insutance Kirby and Morris 8b..., Palatka, FU. will tri" le. .John K. Harris u-ifi-lt! balm
James accomp&nliHl. him as far as a change of climate and niedioa I the remains. at Welnka and at a Hartford. Con a.. some 2t'ears ago. Or-Telephone 8 laud we w.ll bring the }F'rancle i Flue.FAR ,

l s, Jacksonville. treatment. The latter he obtained future date remove thejlotluenorth, He Is survived by his wits; : guodH to YOll.Fresh. HALE-A large lot of KluodikeandSxoelniorNtrawberrg f

Ren j. Weivthers of Ocalii, n former from his son who Is a practicing where she had t a sister and other relatives .... risnM '

1 popular clerk In the Insurance physician In the Georgia metropolis living. The Interment took .,%, Faiiilly Itemiloii. The Travelers of Hartford uett1,2n welT! per 1,000. ; plant.for well.hlp11len&grown' f
and rooted ready
olllce of O. Though still weak the good doctor place Welaka yesterday.. ...*. to .
I.oporalley A Co., wee Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Hater are en- Fish. by tlept. 10. $l.2t1 per lXaif
'y a visitor In the city on Monday and hopes now to be able to continue bispastorial --- ... tertaining their daughters, Mrs. W. Life Insurance: Mcoonuwtty. All it.

'I a,: I Tuesday. His visit gave pleasure tort duties He reports a very To JJeglu 'Y Tomorrow. 1\f. Dallam of Jacksonville and Mr. *. RIOUON, Fenlel Fla. ,I.

i manY'of his. old\ friends Palatka. successful year in' Palmetto and Superintendent O. M. Grady of the C. J. Roberta of Tampa The ladies The Old, Reliable "Germania Pnlatka flab eaters are notified tint .

Leo Jauobsoo large' congregations.] ,Dr. Honiker 1 If Of B. A F. R'y. was In the city on his came-ia Monday on order to spend a Life" of Ne5orkMarine they can generally find Fresh Water A three dollar clothes wringer1,1U: BOIIIII
returned from New one of the able men of Methodism I In private car last" Tuesday making" week to the society of their rother.Quarterm'"ter.Ser&eant FIKh the flsh. hou"* on' the dock! Axe and Helv.70o? 70 Picking Uir
t York OOE
last Tuesday, whither be has the mouth and Palatka people with- final Inspection of tbe rlgbl of way at the foot of alley facing FI op'. lined and handled at 1001 4 low
been for Samuel 8.afefy .1 Insurance: ... 9Iio 8:1: foot
the past three week. making his Silfof feetory, foot of Reid street. ton 1'1. ,.Dnlt man S
out regard to denominational line recently granted company.to Btnaletree. Wh'
whir but recently arrived FUh dressed new, 12ei;,
dry purchases of his winter stooh of 1I'l11always entertain.a lively\/ interest certain Patatka street by the city home from the Phlllppean Island. The Leadimg Companies ed delivered or.charg. 011 NOILp. .Eta.. J.. Wivnx'EE; '" \
goods. 'Mr.
JTacobson cam la his work. He served the Pal council. Before leaving the city FraltUnd, Fl .
Mr. Hafer this Is Ant
borne a week earlier( than was. his Intention atka church for the full four year.* Mr. Grad,. stated that be would return time In seven says years that'all the hilt children "All Claims Promptly : Palatka Fish Co. ;; ,
owing to the llluess of hU to Palatka on Friday with Chief WAXTEI>- wnik
limit of
a Methodist and bones ;
little 'ion pastorate, Engineer J. J. QlllUrd and I have been together, and that Battled 1 general > ?
Ralph, who It JQW 1m- that on M. or colored<< for 0|
feels more at home here than In nyptlier Saturday the men would ba her to they are bavlnj famlljr reunion, J. Trueman Family of MX.. (}cod J Uaa.to one S..

troYlnll' place In the lUte. begin/ grading,uti truck tying Who can doubt% Itt omw) n Front It.. PAIIAiRA, !!ui. : rlanagerr ability.U..IUU.ejt.J'r.nol.. .'{Pare+ paid.... Flannec \ *" k

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