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: February 26, 1904
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: UF00087245:00111
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW BElUE;: VOL. XII, N0 tl) ALA'l'KA, FLOUU, l<'lUDA y, FEBUUAUY 26. 1904. $1. Per Year.

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MarveHous 1'UTNABI'S l>ISMCCItACY- Han Miul it flood Ht-cord. Coming Plano lteellami. Two lore CanilidateH.Hon. ;
Wind = Sale
up 1'rKNtiiits Itolxtrt \"' IlavlH nMH Clergymen do not ,lIlrwIII much Mlas Mahcl l Jlnsselt' U arranging" to F. J, Feainsido, chairman of '

I Ciiiiilltlutu/ for (4overnor. Irom other men as the g> ncral public give .a piano recital" tit Fly's opera t HIM CoiigroHHlnnal) Commlttoe nf the .i'l
estimate! of them would have It 111',1"'ur. IIOIIMO at nn < in"ply Ante. not yet fixed S-co"dlJlHt".t has received, checks ,

; 'Hie meetlni of the Democratic ,, upon. Slid wll111I\ iiNHlntid hy wiill- for 42oU: uiieh from uolign" HHlonnl oaritlidalcH "
[HIGH GRADE CLOTHING. Executive( Commlttne of Piitiinm They are striving for success lu' known local tnlnnt, ( / Wnltnr P Watson of Orlando -

county( the court, house liiHt' TUOB- their calling and success with the Miss I!,iHHett Is a flulHhi miihlclan and J. M\ Bulls of Jackson

!, day' was quite ttennrully nttotuli-d n clergy must be attained, not only In both on Ilia /piiino, and i,tjo| oigan, ville.Then. :

large innjoilty" of the cimimltterinett the spiritual but lu the busluess nf- having/ but lant NLMIHOII 1'
being present fairs of the church. ( grnduiitu/ COIIIBO" on those. liiHttuinentMat I'.nt tho uaiulMates at this time are

h We are going to wind up our annual clearing sale of High Grade Suits for PioolnctH 4, (1 I, 22, 211, Sill and 27, the The successful clitt'g'm"n of the I thii HnllliiH Miixiciil\\ Hrliool, JaruesAloxandur, Feauk0lok, Walter i!
t. / liiHt two being; newly created pieclncts prnsunt must be a good, mlxor. His Vlrglnln. WntHon and J, M. Hlu'rs. 11Ik d

[Men and Boys with a rush. were supplied with commit inHinbuislilp musk show gains, hUoongrogntIons : Her first public appeal.'anco In the I

,\ teetoenby nppolcilmontof the county ( must bo held That means that'we are winding up the sale with the offer of unheard of coininltteo. The new com m itteemon inimt be raised chai'itlos Inaugurated. Union CnugrognIluoalchurch! JncUsomille The city rngltilriit'oa: books 'lt1'1 be

urn us follows. : mid kept active, whllu nil t the lime HID past winter.' And th.H'i open ut the court holier from nine a, m. ...
[values In Fine Suits. J i Precinct 4, F. 8. Green ; Precinct 6, 1 there I< must be upperiiiost lu his mind she \\I1H the ,recipient' nf thlllellllgcoinmcndul lo one (p. m. on the following' davTiiiuidiiy : :

W. M. Williams; Precinct 22, Will the morn,I H ml Hpiiitinil upllftingoflh Ions from, lIIuHlclIll"'II l ,., I March lat ; "Saturday' March. .
Into the wind-up sale we have thrown all those suits which ntli ; Tmtadiiy, !Martin 8th, "Hiiturdity,
elegant ('lIlIlIolIpr..clllct; 211!), W. WntlleH; coiniiiunity In which lie minis 'ns w.111111 the lienrl"nt Id imi'bums". of II March I Utli.: 'luomliiy, Match 15th ; "Hatuidny -

sold at Precinct 20 (HollUtor) M O. (>Ht..en; ters. lingo audience.. Barium I 1'ljji.\l! : I'tiUHduy, March\ 22'l, 'I
and at the
[formerly $17.50, $16.50 $15 marvellously low price of r ,
precinct 27, ( Flornhome) O. H. Since his call to the reetornhip! The.; 1'1I11I1kll.ul1l1c will Link forward ami m from 'I t a m. lo sundown on. Satur- :
March/ iM! ), I'.l.ll
Ewilig. St. Maik'H church ten 1I1,1I1htl'lIglI.Bev. lo the coming im'ltal, with tiny It L. Kl\MEULY, MY.

The committee adopted the date of F. H. Ulohey has nccomplUlied 1lolI"IIUIIIIIIII""tlnIlA.[ [ City Snixii'visor of Uobmtiatlon. .
tho coming I pilmnry, fixed by the great results In his paiUh. He line 4
Fur Count} Tav: Assussu r.
: state executive com III Itt pl'. I been nil Indpfattgablo' worker for the AN'fED.A trustworthy gentlemen '
$10.00. The rat of nmteHxineiit' In the I upbulldlngof hhi church and his success 111'0'" M 1. William, of Hlxco, or I lady' In each' county to iniunigu buxl.nous 't

county wan 1lnelllIt.. $a) for nil four has kept puce with I the ardor of makes iiniiouncoineiit of hU (candidacy I for an old entnljllblied. house of solid
before the ill lleancliil A straight tionallda :
lippi'Oaihlng 'mo- Htaiidliig.'
olllces, .IO for two his labois. 1IU '
year all) yourolllcim Hiuiday congn B"tlong -
.. chock
tlc I weel.lyenlary of Slant) paid' l by
for the oilmen of
I tux
and l (1 L onch for nil minor are the liirgefct soon In the pilmniles each' Momlay. wllli all pennon direct 'j;
ulllceH, such as members of the board church) years, amid Interest lntho_ Hessoi' of the county. The 'announcemunt 1- .1. fioni!' lhinrdquartors< Money advanced OJ
Since we began ,to tag these goods at $10.00 the suit have .,
pur- will bu found
t many of county commlHslonnin unit school work of time parish J Is kept active In Inl"wllwl'CUIIlIllIl for expenses Kno'oso addressed envelope
3(10( Caxtnn nulldlng, ;
of this
< 1ased. But still have unbroken lots which aided. : lionrd. Inspectors of election will .all departments. paper.Dl \
: some telng B-20t.
we arj < Out
(Williams is Clil.Jno.! ,
.. _._ ononr" mime beat
-- \ -- lie. paid $1.25 und 5 cents n mile mien I The old rectory line boon renovated

Thetlme..to-.secure. the best selectiop is today t;1. .. wny for carrying ballots from pieclnctM. .amid repaired nt a cost of tWO, and is known men in the county; mid( far WAN I LUJ-A good family horse suit- I
.. six Mr. Hcillaril'a, Incumbency .
: ; jemspiloi to -
:now.n ROIII'ceof Inruuie, ; Hit standing alibi fur' a 1 L:i If you want an elegant suit at the low price of $10.00, this sale is your The following lusolution by ])r. ]01. debt of the parish has been reduced of the ullice 'filled 1 the poitl-, (},.... F. Uurrnll, hutaiuna. heights. '
: lion he now seeks" t In., giving (iiuitliiulurs, and.l price 2 IMC ,
S. 'fill Lime church
x was unanimously adopted : from 11,100> to .Ir6q( ; organ -
[opportunity. Never were such bargains offered In Palatka. "WhereiiH, Tlio ofllce of Governor hue been paired at large ex- Mr. William ilef<'nted, Gen, Oltei- ,
Is lu which not the l1uo"11 hove been son, the itpnblican Iii x IIHHPSHOI'', mod WANTED-A small film contiilnlng
Olin (
only people pease; new placidIn :fic.ni II vn to tun acres, onltatile for truckIng "
of the county, but the puoplethronglioiir the chinch and covered with new In'Id' tin place I hose consecutive Unite price and linprovempnu. .',

the State are deeply Interested carpnls at nn expense> of |1H); the tbims." M e Is t thoioughly" fiimlllnrttltli hex 10l".loLkll\) Fin il lU2t

; therefore he It chancel has been remotleKd ; .,eveinlmemoiliils I the work, htm n large" iimint- ,

I Itesolvod by the Democratic executive have been given the lumen In the. COUIII)'. and I ninny uiiim. NOTICE 01' AI'l'faK' 'AI IdN I OH .

CLOTHING CO. committee rutnmn County, cliuich and moiii lire promised. by well-wUheis In |his! I..pirntinus, Tux Uo wd 1'iuler I B\(.ttlon 8 Chapter 0'1,
4HHH, Laws of Plot'Ida <.
That we present to the Democratic Knster; the regular Income of Limo lilY InU'i'luclien, NotlCH Is hereby given that It. B. .

voters of this State for their sulTinge punish[ for the eimulng your has been I A cot',riihpondent wtttes[ Tioin In- Williams, purelii ...r of tax oertlllcat i iNo j
on May ID, the name of .n man born greatly Increased; the general tone I totlftchen that Lima lUtlo 11011.) )( dated tho 1st day of July, ;j
pretty place J.
.- -- --' A. i 1):',191)1\ bus flied,,'" oeitllloute In my
In onr neighboring State of Georgia. and .spirit of time parish hUB been completely -
amid l the has taken
lakes on moioofIts Dud has ramlo application .for tax
In George Washington's TimeVatterliu'a I'roclnniatloii. In his elH'ly days learning patriotism ( changed and work seems to bo old-time gaiety this Inter, than deed ollloo,to Issue In aopordanon with law.aidd '
by the stirring events or the Civil the desire of all; St. \Mark's\ MeBHen--: In many former seasons.. Numerous certlllcato embraces the fuUowliig'
Notice Is heroby given time an ejection War, where wo find him in the ser germs Issued monthly an annual visitors. described (property sltiialoil In Putnam ,
for the Pnltitka northern are enjoying the
city officers for ally of '
.- ; a- the shoemaker dcpnndttd I mono ria., will be hold In sold city on Tuos- vice of hU country; ,after time ware expense of ever flOO), which Is paid shooting and Huhlng for which the county W 1 Grove}Floililn' lot to 112 wit Ciosoont: City. ,

'J: + the strength\ and durability day, the, Ctll day or April' A. D, lUO, vie farmer boy, trying to restore the out of funds secured by the rector place IH fiimoiiH The (said land being assessed. at the
ti'' __.__ upon Fur< Mayor. or Bald city. waste places, and later In the Legislative and none being taken from the church On Monday evening Washington' date of the Issiianen of such onrtllloate ,>
.' of his luaUifi1than, upon the For one Alderman. for Ward One. halls at Tullahngsee; then treasury; the present rectory lute thuhnll, In the unite of W. Burgnse. Unless ",
For ono Alderman for Wurd Two entertainment was glwm nt ,
grace/ style and elogatfoe of his For ono Alderman for Ward Three. following hIB profession until' called been greatly Improved in the interior For the benefit of the Ladles' Aid and sold. cettllloate law shall,tax be deed redeemed will isenothereon &0' .kd, '

For one Alderman for Ward Four. Into service his State, at the na- All Improvements made have been Mission circle, netting a neat burn cording oa to tho nuth day of March, A. D. '. ..
shoo of
shoos. The today combines For one Alderman. for Ward. Five. tional
capital. A believer In Ma secured without tax on the church the older I'M"L '
The entertainment
7 1 WIIH on
l the good qualitioB of the For 01.u Alderman for Word Six party and Its 1 principles, but never n rensury; and all obligations have of tableaux a.nill'ecltatluns. The hit \Y IL I 1 sea my offlclal ulgnttture and seal 'J
For ono Alderman for Ward 8even.
3 ( 1 1CL bigot; noted for justness to fiiend been promptly met and there lathe this tboullh day of Fehiuaiy, A D.1904.
old time one with the 1MH elegance The following .are the Inspectors and of the evening was the picture of fiveold !. J08EP1I\ PRICE
rHoa ]
clerks nnd foe, who Is held In the highest that this will bo the CHUB
for each word, and designated' assurance comrades eettingarotumd/ a stove, CleikCt. Ct, of Putnam county, Flu
t lightness and comfort. polllug In same : esteem his and .
c.- places by neighbors those In the future.In assumed 1
In the
geneially by
shoe :!4+iJ.50 is Ward 1-Inspectors: N. O. Davie, who know him bust; a statesman In addition to all this Hector pose
l : Our uloik ; John Boyle S J. Reynold. Poll- them In their evening gatheiin
v ? Ji"I } :. Oa 'a warehouse. the broadest. sense of the word. We Richey feels that St. Walk's church ono of the local Rtores.. The picture .
I tS4 n triumph' of artistic 0.,1 mecllulI- Ward 2-Inspectors: A. O. Phillips, fool In presenting the name of this bait tho good will of all Christian was entitled, "Intel lachoii Evening ran nit ORANGE i t E GROVES( .;

meal excellence.V : elm k >. Dope Thompson M. &1. Ylokers.) distinguished Demociat, the hot' bodies In the city News"
L Polling place: Central are station. Held Robert Davis for Governor who Is the of .1
Street W Rev. Mr. Illchey chaplain Patriotic recitations nod 1 the closing at SAN MATEO, FLA.The .
Ward lanpeotors ; Brown, clerk; has served you faithfully and wellIn the Gem City Guards, and takes nn \ ptees-Colunthia-poeod by one
& La.ne Pat McGraw, Jim Bay. Polling place: every trust you have Imposed on active Interest In the welfare' of the of the. young Indies, was enjoyed? \ LnunUi MIST has boon chartered and
Curry Council chamber him, we nro but voicing the de- city. His success at Ut.:! :?- ':'rVs Is by "II.Thn by the Bun Mateo Fruit Company'
Ward. Inspectors : Thos, Holden, mumU of of fellow the result of hard work, of hicli"tlii will leave 1'"IILUa every day
a majoilty our u scratch ot a pin nmy onujn thin I 1:111.: returning at 5. A do.
clerk i 8. J. Hi burn, H. Y Snow! Poll- din 2d :
( old stand.Y .) Ing : Corner Main and Third streets Democrats In this State." popular pastor seems,to have a large lose of a limb or even drab when blood, lliilitful sail, six miles each way. Fruit
In mlmmlnrt results from time Injiny. All sale at the Grov..a. Take the Fruit
Ward E. 0. Kelley supply 1'eaerve.TIo'Vnr.ll'rlumj"lt'H. for
Think of Ol clerk ; John Cole, \Vm. Iveis' Polling Company'
plnaiit Courthouse. Most every body In Palutkn enter' bv promptly applying' Chimbcildn'BI'll : trip. J. !'. UKCWI.K,
Dalai. It la an iintlHepttt and unequalled
Ward' Inspeotors: J. D. Jofford, talus pleasant recollections of ex- Manager Phone *8.r .
The democratic ward primaries for as a quick heating llnlmuul for
NEXT VISITMARCH u erk ; J. II. Mobloy, John Bealo. Poll Mult hi Or Illlii jr., who IfcmrJV
Mayor/ WM a
Ing place Silas 81111 h'. store Lemon8tlO"t. the purpose of nominating aldermen cuts bruises und burns. For bale hy U.'I';NP0it7'\ Cart oil
In ten Ackormun & Stewart. 0
itf'i' .. power municipal politics years for the ensuing year und selecting I .
well as general favorite socially -
Ward Inxpootars : Thomas Jones, ago as ; delegates to tho city nominating\ convention -
clerk; Jas. Smith Wm" Srgreat. Polling on neoonntof his native and to be held at the council 411C'c:1I' :: 1W.&tmmr.TC-:: :;; I!'
7 f 8 place: Conn's old store, Lemon street. unconventional good fellowship.
Polls open at 8 o'clock m. .and close chamber next :Monday evening nt 8! \1
Mr. O rim u quit Palatka several
at sunset A. M. STEEN, o'clock, were held Wednesday
Mayor of said City years ago and now holds ofllelal evening As a result of these I'llmnrles '' ,
Pitlatka, Fla., February SO, 1904.' place with the United States Fidelity the following nominations WI H. HARRIS'WORLD ;

ARLINGTON HOTEL. -- -. -. and Guaranty company, with olllcealu were made for aldermen :
Boston. 'lliAt he still has "n warm
Go to Mrs. PuilJy's, Central Lemon First ward, llenj. I. Gay ; Second I
place In his heart for Falatka and
street for chickens and egg*. Also ward Arthur R. Cartmel; Third I
Falatka people will be mien from the
Groceries. ward, Joseph D. Points; Fourthward ;
following letter received the

R. MERRITT eORTHELL ._. __ _____ .__ h__ ___ ____ .. News last Saturday I by Tom Holden ; Fifth ward, Wm. I
Ivers; Sixth ward, no nomination(,
Boston, Mass., Feb. 17, 1:54.: WILL. EXHIBIT AT PALATKA ONE DAY ONLY "
Seventh Tom Livingston.
'' 1'1.hitklFIn, The following are the delegates. selected .
Gentlemen! from I the various wards to thu MARCH 4 .
c. efl&:1111 FRIDAY
d1) : Please be kind enough to change city convention next Monday evenIng -
> my address on your mulling list to < ,
025 Columbus Avenue,. Unite I.,' February 2dtli, forthepurponaof
active and located ut
having given up prnrticp, Hoxlon, Mass. nominating a candidate for mayor:
Interluclien, Flu. will visit Pulatka monthly. V94kP There is no paper that I rend with: First ward-L. U. Stephens, W. A
March more Interest than your own, as it Walton Jas. A. Hair \V. A.Klipatrick
Notice above date. Crescent City 9 to 1'd.AMIN'ATION' brings back to me some fond recollections :
of dear. old Palatknniid my J..11.[. Black well.
old friends. Am very confident; that Secuud'ward-Heuis Petermiinn,
the llrst copy I received fioni you, I M. M. Vickers, A. U. fartmel: A. (I. '"

:: ::: : : FREE:: :: I N Mt I rend tisement.every. word lu every adver Phillips, Andrew Hhelley. : :

I observe with genuine delight the Thlid ward-W. A. Russell, Jamie ,
support lOll are !giving our worthy Ray, R. H. Cooper. d5Tile !
You friend Robert W. H..v III. Your lo'oul'th ward-K Nuble Calliouu,
Want... .--... I Hoard, of Trade Edition was "a DW.. Ramsnuer, Tom Holden "
wlte 8jlt 1 we would go out of corker," and I hope that you are .
1 from the Fifth ward-M. Kohl, K. C. Knlley.P.
_,.,...Hel-! :! Vecaanot save yoursolos getting of proper Putnam support County. goodpeople M. Hagan.

]j 'drotkeJ.yi t ) |o0 1 1"lilt tiliie, but we can Very Cordially! Yours, Sixth ward-No meeting.

"'ands, will 'Selryou shoes that 11. AR'rlN GBIKKIN JR. Seventh ward-H. A. Davie J. C.

Latnn'fc..t ,. will Uist satisfactorily and made III IIciiry'M FiimoiiH Mhistrclt.Palatka Hagan, H. R. Fetes: H. L. Miller.
::I.Jt.I.: ''IGlass.'ya..r The only contest. over an alder- ,
lo bel.onoicd witha tl
Lwt If are lookiu : .

: : NSORANtp4AIN5T 4'11w.. gq iu" : J gpijid lOll> a o<>t8olej you; try a .pair minstrels performance on Saturday by HI Henry's, February famous 27. manlo Fifth ward nomination where occurred IV P1VatLies In the :f I

otour As their expenses are so great nnd was.. defeated In his candidacy for alderman Ik

$3 Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies the house so small they have been by "'in. Ivers, who wits re-
nomlnatod :
IJ Induced to give two performances,

fA.'so,I;,,i h see OERBER % SONS.. Wall Taper, ;Illaj'1iilsoiulnhiig1 ), :,{ 'CYHO-[$4 l Snow Shoes for Men. peeds afternoon whoattended public no Introduction and an nlirht.everyone their"Till to show will the company last remember amusement Reason -- For Lawrence Superintendent in K.this Tucker Inane of of make.the School News announcement -. t Ear m est sl Pou1nr\ Price Snow on [Earth i '

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assortment YnrulitiPtli'etc.E. mRL"Lb what a Hue performance they for the ofllce of superintendent of
Elegant Ever I
E.. DODCE gave.! This attraction comes direct publlo Instruction of Putnam county. Now Bigger BetteivGrajider. Than
Exclusive designs, l eb'sStaad J ; ;'> from Jacksonville and In order to Mr. Tucker Is now filling the place
PAtATRA.; L ,.l 4 rioaiDA reach their next stand has decided to by appointment of the governor to t
and All the Old Favorites
'f PAI-ATKA. FL.ORIOA. fill the term of J. I). With a Host of New Features, -
..". > Cheap.. AEuropean'Restaurant.urrlshe.r,: .' fill a dato here. They seldom playt out unexpired
C rr r--. is small oltlri. bub occasionally as Cottlngham, resigned. He took hold The Mellette Family,

!! tile once Is her, In order to reochth..lr of the ofllce January 1st last, and
rafts* of the -, t 111fLW ERNEST next city In time for a matinee' has already made a record of proflency. KINGS AND QUEENS OF THE AIR I

'I .' : All along their route the press claim .. Therein no questioning Ills
Railroad Watch Inspector ability and fitnnas. for this responsible of Acrobats and Tun biers
I? Famous' 5 -- ; t.lfoti1.nd Cold Uaths they are presenting the bent mlnntrel The Jenner Family ,
Watchmaker, Jew- performance seen In yean. ot1t.8. Prof. Hall's Troupe of Educated Dogs, t'
At. elef and Dlamondaetter.. Tilt Atlanta Constitution aysi( For alv"rl11yenra he was n moui- '
the Mexican Knife Thrower
i Mr. AI Armour ;
Boyd Pecan .V I. ber of the county school board and
/ "Id Henry's minstrels scored home
CJiasV. KuppErbuscti's with effort during the period of hie connection A Host of Funny Clowns..
.. V .v ,-\" \ Watches and Jew.1 run;; s,.mlllgl.1l1tUe they ,
Ifl active
the board took
an Intr.eat
got away from the beaten path which
( .
I I sale Palatka "Florida. J" ,elryor. In tin sohuola of the If
a.or ft by '- I mlnstruls(, recent year have mad county A GRAND FREE STREET PARADE"at I
,I The Fa&rn.lci Clothing: .tJ't"p.ny, tiresome." Mr. Tuakr could have hi* way the

'rs', n:.E: .;Boy; ; wads pttopJ .whoi have beaujMtylmr Repairing 'oarefully' done The 'Savannah Pews aayit "HI I :hool vof Putnam county would 10 o'clock a. m.
.J- .. ;s tall prioM tat tholt.iclofhlng to cull and In a workman-like Henry' minstrels present an unusually hay at 'elII'M' month term and the
a two ', ,lhat anti| b. 'shown' Ihwiwty: to cut ettahern. would be better Two Performances ata arid 8 pf
paM.It ; ITK
1 (p..'Q'-: f349C'46ti! j .w1)' tlwiprlceB down. Bast suit.. la the manner.. a.traotlv} first part, and their :,
:. house lire going this weeK. at _tt even.. ttraon alr..t'PALATKA > entire prograln'M l particularly! ploasIng. 11 he nt'Ifld81.l l the money. '''Give Ito Doors Opep One Hour arlierx '
\ Plalatkar. Fla, .(Ie)., >, ,< FLORIDA.. ." lilni! nod ha wilt do the rest. .


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THE PALATKA NEWS conscience that may nomotlmos : Che farm ana* Grove of the, piano, ant Miss Ornue MoCulonifh 'PlorldQ ;
S Correspondence,, with .ct l'.nl. contributedto Local Tinm.'ab11 EItotvo JUle 28.'93.BIAD .
' to be alike.
AND ADVERTISEREntered Boom rue gayotv t I st..
Kuiai frr < \ w.. JUAD
Cofynx/itr| ) .
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But there Is II vast difference. mJmi| on Sunday ceenieg interfered -- -
The pulpit appeals to a few whose \ M.kV B. STOHBRIIKID PN. D., E4IIMS:J."Ji.illt. IIUNT1NOTON. materially with the KpworthAgue. 8i;;" ; I = :- T i7: ; .
'Uk ,.. I
at the Palatkn pOBtoinceaa Id"ulIB morRllt .. It steadily % e "" "" : 'I SPM 11
; mailable matter of the second I pemfect ) J. I). Mathls. of Palm liench wltb Mr. S V. Warner has returned AM .
.class. elevates that Ideal and cultivates ABOUT l'T,0VllOO. his family. arrived butt. week and are from a short visit to- Palatka.How's 41: A la M L..U.cn.. .. ...... ....Ar at "I

enthiiHlnsinnnd activity in making The great plowing season of th stopping with his sister Mrs. Kuima' 14 .... 1'.I.v.I".L.' .................,(K..o.IOCItIIIII' ...... ..........1.L. 10'1.- .. I"18.

p i' liiliodFrlil at PiUatka. Fla.. on lime 1 Ideal, applicable In the every day year I Is now beginning. There Is. prom.baliy 1 ('hcmd.imaumm.4cverni. ynars. ngo Mr. TIII'Wo .1, ... L..I"dl..L. .1 '1
.". l no other kind of farm work Mill bill kept, a dorm In a building 1 1"0 ............ ............_. 'I 10 I"
v hives of those who accept it. It puts with which every cultivator of the 1 which stood( about midway betweenMis outer One numlrrit, nnlan, lixwarl fO V ll; ........ :. .. :..;::::::; 7 .. 16
RUSSELL A VICKERS. I he leaven Into the humiin Ion soil la so generally' familiar as with t/'heathnm'B' home and the rall- sum Hull)' .OHMI> .t inuirrn', "1O..O, bo Gurd 7.1 7. I.. RI"." '.'..' .........wO.I..bl..J.... ... .. ... 11.- I

Time press, appeals to tho mass. that performed belwien I he p1,1whandles. rond track. JIll was loNimmiuster and O.'rrl F'I r'Yln'Y Cn ,Tolnilo' ,O I 0 a itt L........... .......... I : 1'1
Ho true is this that I It has with Wo. Ilio ,, ., .. known V. I. .... .....TIRn........ .. ...L. ISa I.
the ofllco In the .
tent store a SJII. 1
: :Moral lunching Is not Its piliunpuruse. .. ., 34
W.. A. R1J8SEI.L. EJII.r become of Ir- Chnniyfur lli 'luu.i IAynnraana Ile.. binimrreolly si" 81'' ..... ... luoa .. .v I 1'1
symbolical agriculture .
1 line of There
rnunral goods. was a J. 11
: that huimraliln In nil .
I' The press is a mirror re- self and the plow Is. time. iinlversnllv 0"od trade 1 In those days and Mr. I Llniin. Rem, ,llanaalitlly: :i all A to carrr out any'.r 11' I, o 8.11.I."P..k..I..... .... .Ad.I.... / 6 II.16; I"
hcls mankind as It Is. The woildnnv accepted symbol of the, vocation of Mnthls had his sham His family inlifinH, mniln: by tluilrllrniWMtTAtTltlUX S bit V-------------- .B."rtpl"8 ....... IT 1 t i I
: Til 13 MAN AS 11H WAS. WIliiliMUilrt,, OrilKRlRtfl Tdle' ul,( elm' 81 / .. % ,
land. I. .- -
look III It nnd scum Itself. The tilling the It Is commonly sup- will remain for 0. few weeksihllo WAI.I.IN.I.", KINNAM4I MARVIN, Ulli.ll-M, CUlUtf.glHld m 00' 4. B. .... \"ld..L.. II" 11& A.
Now that Hiuintor Mark Jliinniv In iad Is thorn as W..UUI Ihe Iooll.and posed that every farmer farm IH- Mr. Mat his retm'm* home to look after T.h'n.. ', O. -Il II" .-.-... .."....H/.o".L.. / 1.101"1 nU
gone and hU power ins. the rcnl lender borer or person engaged, In any of the msliicss mattuis." HAle''A"' Lime'IH tnkon Intern"illv, a.fe-. ....., 1.7 1:( -L...... .. ......... ...... 14
note bin) than good because truth branches agriculture knows how tnlow. <1 Mows of I ho death of Mr. M. li, iiliiin tlielilonl. anil muiNiiia eiir.fin ... I ..... .. ..."lx..L. l .
of the lomliiHnr party of tile nation im.r tuft ny ltini' T,Htltnniili, "'lit, *",. ..o .... 101 11.1 ...... ...... '81 a.
tosBod 1''lulr"| s It. Every farmer on time oLhoriaimol Carter, of Ulnstonhury Conn., nan'eenlved Prue l 75o |nir iMitfcliBi.l I by all urugfflMlM.. ..... I 7 a,.......... ... v..t.r... ... ...1. '8..
: If broken, IltlIUOIN],. are being lint I tho piess Is I it great levuler 1. knows that very few \persons hem a few days ngo.\ Mr. Hall. Poul:COlic sr.ho bOL .. ... 74 1101 A... .........0.11.... ......!..LY J' 1 ..

j upon hI'4 FlIVO. [It brings nil mankind Into a commonmdiistnmUng really know how to plow well ; that Carter spent 0110 w-Inter In Hunting- -- -- .- -- -- -4-4. .. ribS II PM
In lite Mark HlI.nlllwn.* hated and rood plowing\ and good plowmen' are tool several Mrs. l'lIrt.'r, a .
of life. To the vast ynnisngo.\ Marlin Orlflln & Co., distributing 4 .. Ic nib
6.6 .\110..1 101
bitterly inallKiied an U the clUte with In reality extremely rare. It Is their son lialnli It. and Mrs. Carter's agiummtmo for Wilson & Toomer Fertlllzis. :: : : .. .L.:.. ..... lUll
miss thnt the pulpit) can not directly equally tine though not so coininony hlstui, MifB llldnell, have spent) mom, .Hold ivt JaokMonvllle prices :::: :::: 167 ml ItO ........... ..J."I"I..t. IOU lOO'
all trnn|* men. reach the Press' carrIes' the leaven recoKiil/ed, that even among I hose nnny wlnteis heieiindiit Cresc-nnt! with added. m 1M I..,.".. ... 'II- S .

He him) been the object of .a torruntof hat tho pulpit gives to a tlnss./ It who ate Rood workmen with the City that they bavu-a huge" number freight t .:::::.:.:.: eM 2) 'I .1.' .......... ..........L"..I..rl.I..I.. ... im 1 va NO'.

abiiHo Hint ban boon one of the jlow, and who really know how to iflrlends I here who will sympathise ." .. "ML..L.k. ll\l.r.... .. L. 1 '
hurl Ings all I Dion into knowledge of theden plow, comparatively' few know why P. .. .... ....... Lv. ;I 1
mOHt plctLU''HljUe featiireu of national ). they plow.' If knowledge Is with them In ,this tlmaof their bereavement. New Crop S ." 111 S"II 3" L......... .....n.mp. .oo .VI..:..........Lv S 1 C W
I polltloH for i.lnlit yeurH. Yet he wusa. Thn torch that hue pulpit keeps and who disputes the fact?-power be who Mr. nnd I; Mrs Ileniy Itrnce have '. ::::.:: : :"; : : : .. ::..:.:.:..::.::.' ,,I, :mo..t:: :: :::: : : S : : .i ..

t rock nRalnnt, which tho, waves of uirnlng I tho )press waves on tile best knows why a tiling Is done, Isnost been spending I a few clays with their ofGarden ::':::: ". v rt .. ......... ..... ........' AI A.
likely to master. time, details of PM ,
crltlclBin beat unavailing. laughter I nnd her husband, C J. --- 1. -
mOil II tel 11 tops carries through how and most effectively the
Klmball :
lie was not great Accurdlng'to old of lluike, Vt., who Is woik- ScheduleofheAI.Year.Roulid .llle..Ir.
and thrusts Into the darkest task. ", devolving on him. -
villeys hog for 1'apt. J. W Miller and who U. h. Naliway. .
eBtabllxhed Bljuidardu lint a com. shadows of human existence.If Suppose we attempt to apply these lives a "hol'L distil liCe fiom CretcuutJlty. '50 p m L.... ... ..J"rk..I.. ....... ...Ar N 1. I
m..rcl"IAg.. required a new Htandard truths to the common operation ofilowlng. There Is souiu prospect thai Seed 11 mum p m ..... ...VAllo.I...... ......Ar S 5 .
S ..
of irreiitneHB lit BtatnRiimnBhlp which i the torch burns tl'lIe.1t may boSHld Let us attempt to fully un- Mr and Mrs. ilrnco, imiy lusldu with < 14 1 105 41 : m no t: :::;;;;;;;;;;;: ':: :,:::::: '::::..'.::..Ar. : lou eS : i's in

e Murk Hannn'H public' life furnlHliedIIU ) t lime press' gives moist light to lerstand why the soil is plowed nnd their daughter tluoiigh the summers 8.la m A. .. .....ootU.flSilWfty., ,,... ..1. l'6.I'
he world hut It does not supply the hope that better plowing may be the A. J. IIIIIHh contempliktes mnking '
1 h him been the HtnteHinaiiRhlp of ; natural result. m A..........AU.a."L... 1m
tOI'ch-lt| does not take the place of extensive repairs on his dwelling. i S 711 M.0. A COt. L. "...
S inihiHtry, of coiiiniprco of tlnunce. Tbe object of plowing ns so many He 1 will put on nn addition and raise Ar---------------hnle000gs......... L.

In I the most progrpudlvo period of the pulpit workmen think. Is not to soften the the roof of the main part so as to Imvot forSpring lOP D, 8 ............:. ................. .
I the most prtigresBlve people' upon the Tho press Is one of the most mat- soil so that the seed may be insertedanoh l two-story house 1 O P' A..ilii : ii/ii.;;: ... .

: earth ho was perbiipit the m
( "'opl.. are to complain noie have starled the new growth on .Pime I. Lremn. with Tlr"N", <"""0"",,11..1..p". ...."
first and
c potent lender of hlN) time. i prone The really Importantohjact the orango trees and time IldlCIUIIHI'G Planting DIJI& .LYRB .11. 'linmia Dr..'"" l.m IHA.p. .M.,mint j'
))emagoKIWlIl1lnllgn"d him an they of It because It does" not punch morn of plowing Is to so pulvc-rl/o that I them will be I lunge" crop of ..00 1..k..lIIe.10,.". .I.amid from III LoumI.01.,., vIe A I'IVh&'lou" .. N'nl'' linrimmo .
the soil that air and water have .
S d> otlmr. men of his stump. lUit that ,mil portray less. They mistake Its free orll.nKol 1 Ih eOll1lnl fall. CRI ,. la .In IAn mind Pala'I". oarmos ThlUlh
.I"oon loe
access to the soil paitlcles.' With Many of ( .r 'DCSTIP .ld t'.lb
mid misunderstand. Its orange At ,
Union con-
S Is the way of the demagogue this fact settled, the merest tyro can nive ordered their foitllliscr growers and are \.ou .al. 0 Ja ou.m.

; loUd old 1 Dr. Edward Everett ci it louis. see that the finer the soil particles, iking prepninlions\ to give their WM. I IIIt(9CLEV Sit/.W. V. B. ituoDasvme..pre.omeIm'

Hale, chaplain of the United StateN The l Is a ceaseless series of the: smaller the Individual bits of groves omly \\oiklng. 111 0. 0.0'1. P... Agent
press soil the more tnorongh the pttlvei" iiiatlon IU J. H. IAJ rlnY.D. 1'. A.. ''k.nvl'. Ft LIK I BILL .t".o"
Bemite, In blB. oration at Senator ivlng. pictures of the punishments the more effective the work City Drug --

1 JHftnim'g. funeral l. pnld his ri'BpectB, to hat follow (crimes of the suicides and the greater the result. Pulverl- 1'OaiONA. SOUTHERN RAILWAY

I. this class In..tho following langungn. lint follow sins of the want and gallon therefore, inoieases the access", Miss Helen Cook nrilvud hOle

: Its worth readlnir, : lospnir"' tlint come of Improvidences and action of air and water. The Inevitable Friday from a pleasant visit ) Store.
result Is to Increase the EFFECTIVE IAN. 1903.M. .
fl'lelltl"ln Jacksonville.UHV. .
"That class" of people which U too or unjust conditions of the simeccusmoesthat.
amount of plant food dissolved by Edward huh made Nn.32. Jmieksenvmlie&u) sew Aoxb
S large, who make It their profeHxIonto coma of right endeavors of the these two agencies the more water Is call last. week. PlI.lntkl u 10 J."ou \ 1.1 lnG

ascribe the worst conceivable motives iojn tlmt nre linked with honest absorbed for the use of the crop and Mr. W.' K. Hobbs passed Sunday In Executrix' Notice. "j'A; L.Ilbo..I.l.. soulliormo auuhern RI A-S a .t m 7
I 10 M
a AI
1. 8 p pisas
1' for every human action could loves, a d of the sweet and serene the greater the probability of goo,I Wlnonl, bin, hi.rnby gIven thnt four weeks after I 4 t. lit M mm Lv Nevoloalsu,. a. _. ...1 uU..ro ll 110 a < I pS
crops.( It must be apparent thorn- Dr. Ph II. fete, wlfu and child of Nnll"l. ( B 03 o'n""I'' II U ......loU .... II L. 0 mm mat
hnri 1. exooiltrlx fiC the up'
not niiike Mr. Hnnna out when hoappeared old I hat ilpens with hmomioislliving. ", ontatoifAaron f 8 ... 0 .
age I. S N U. d. p S a
fore that the mere sciatching of the "om..rville. Muss., tu lived in town Bird. .,,., ,.,.of IMitnnniixiunty, Fla, .0 a a I' .. .lu. bor. IY L. 5mo" I t a
a IrA1
S In what Is culled public _ _ surface can not be so effective us the and am located at the 'I..d.. wi upply hy I.olln.,.the 00110111mig.u $ I al-IOu S11114 1ArCro.uebomoN0 V. ,.... /ml.b..rn."h.ru IV L. P b ESi
f life. They mnde Lime mistake, wlilch. well turned furrow, The next natural : I nninity' for : authority to .'I.o.lo B
Hsko hoiiHi. Mr. and Mrs. Wood- >haul mile folliiwlng ,ilimnrllMil, lanil,: lie tha LV.
to this truth Is tho fact pro), : :. ; ; Ar va .. Soottosrim ..... lIMP
such men always innko, of thinking DUODECIMALISMS. sequence lull1 from Massachusetts, are also arty of Imihiilla o Hlrlnklnnil' Alloe Strloklauil., .0 Roh."ool. II 1

that the mind with nil its maneuvers that If this action desirable to a spending summIt time there. Aim..Strltiklniiil nf comm, ilMconaed, limO Martba private H..I.kl..t.',,10 m.leorl.mr. wlt I -- r0-; ; Ar ..1"r ,t: n IH: p .
.. depth of four Inches, why not !. Io/ I 1015 : : : : :; S $ t
,S la Theory the !\timber lit la a B* erln proportionally The ladles of the met last' 1 lie HW V of iiw H of V :ol aeollim, H lown 5 ma p 7 iPS Ar :7.II.V. l U 01
and Hymnnstlcs and uleunor'heN Than la to. Increase the benefits by extnnding Thuisday ntteinnon at Pomona Mlilp in, h.ol ranffrt 84, 01",1, toil cIlia a A. ",.,'" D U.. ...IeumbereltfLvloli a CII P lispS
e. . .
and Imarinations. In greater ,mindS l lBtrongnr Herbert Spencer was ever opposed tn the condition to a doprli of' for the pui'PUSH of or I.I&lnJ.'III: \ Hal anroM,.muru U. IWtt or luaa '1'hla tlm liar'."ilay- ut Jauitnry.A Ill ml ii I, I: : : : Ar Ar p..miaimuupisma\ : P,:... .. ......,::: :: :K Id Lv L : IS 5-0 : : :p ::pS pmm

than I he soul of mini when tbo met(lie system Ho nns no mull fool six Any Inches fanner? asked the question linpiovemunt, laHOclll.tol. le. S MKS. KlUEIAO' X STBiaitl.Allr, aloe man m S I" I' n.Ar New \ork'Y.... _. .F. a I..IS 10 511 I I P .11

It woiks in and in ns done and elected at maikNOTICE .
i nincerlty truth as to call the present Urltlxh iccknn to which he lre
preferred, n shallow or u the next 'Ihe Indies '
::1 fnith I a fbi hope and love. They had Ing In pounds shlilliiKS .nnd pence s tIsfnvtoi deep soil will answer In favortof the a social meeting for. Monday ar- OF APPLICATION FOR 1o.II sal II. Noutbern PAlm Lm.tn." 54mmd ,e.tmbule' .Nn o Fuiumnuan drawl's,
lu- ')'. Ills point trims tlmt tho iiiiin latter. Yet himr ranged night Tax Dae I Under Section 8 of Chapter ,, t'ompFlmommu,clUb, : : and dluiut I care, Jan..IU. .
So S to linnglno therefore n cunning we constant expressions Mr." and 01 rs. Holmes }':rwln have 105W .ant, doily .ae.pi Mummiay I .deity .zuept Sunday
tiigun a man who ncconnted for hissuccess her 12 was a better unit tlmn 10 against the supposed[ diinge.18 gone to Cuba for a stay 'several 4888 Laws -of Florida. 10.. 13 mad Ii..aNew York .d .:' Expem.I.. Pultnasa '1.wmng room .e"I.9' .0
Twelve Is tWiCe dUlslblo where 10 II of deep\ plow ing. If a duop soil weeks. 'They will make Notice I la hereby given that Wm. dlnl..0. dok.onvmiImi and 1." TarS. Olb..."eel Je.lamionvIIIs ..d W.

& ns you might account for ii only onie ill\'Islblc. lIlIc.lluo."ler| of 10 Is preferable to a shallow one, why vis while In the island' at h..ad'uarL MII'r. purchaser of Tu Cortlflonte ? I ". '. ; -

; lioy's. BIICCOHB. In n ginni of ninrbles; Is 2',!.. not un Integial, number. Tlicic not make the latter .a hittieeleeper by de-los-bniios. 11"1 II..K' dated the 1st day of July, A. 1"i', :.miWs.bington. "0,1 N..York..nd rmoridsLmmltod.Coaciac. bel..n Jack.ommvtiie .01Wabln.IOD. V'OI"' .

: but the analyses of diameter did not are other reasons, ., based l upon the obsorxed Incienslng the depth of flowing? II. -- --- -- D. 1\UI. hl, led sold certllleate la my ...buiwoon uomunlcla. sad.",...wo. Daily.
put verl/ntlon is application for tax
true. You well I-.AKI -
might us com- coaio.
prove .
workings of time buiimn mind "
I depth there can be no logical or real deed to Inaue in accordance wIth law.
pnro the stilted' udjectitis mid subBtnntnliveM nil tending to show tlmt to reckon In 8 t
: reason why the benefits should no4- Mr. nnd Mis." 1A. ilallon arrived Saul cortlflciLte embraces the followlan
of iv schooll>o> 's themeS do/.ens Is more nnturnl than. to reckonIn be greater If the condition producing I r from Y. doenrlbod, property situated In Putnam M I L. .. ... .I.IO. r..utbA"amy ...Ar miSi I II
N. Inns- t .
suddenly ,-1 .
BIII"lo. .... 1
) npalnHt!' the )passionate song of limns tl'IU'I" soon' ns man grows bo>ondtlio them be .extended little farther! Into day of last vl.it their cousin. county Florida to "'It t. L.. ... ."...o..mamiolma.so..Southern.AU".b. .. B .I I

orTi..nnr on. Hero was no conti'iwr. linger counting stiiKC. the soil. If partial pulverization Mrs CoClcl'of. of oithport, L. I.. H 'of n"1 ao ). section 8. 1 :: Ar '.:. ::"' :. .: : .. A.be.imle:N -----------iloutbero 107..I.e:; : : p

S In scientific( Uuodetlninllsin new char is useful how much more so must bu amid, I ,, thom Avenuo House towiiuhlp eJ range 24-IB acres. : : :r - 5001: \\IT N Usoclheru, Sty.... t II 40
no .schemer no mere inventor-least lre lt :: :: : .: :: :::: : CS
I nctvrs would l bu\e to bo designed for the perfection of pulvoil/atlon? I f n Major M. H. Ulry. of Cleveland, The being assessed at the "I 13 .. ... . .... ()taIunei. Ohio..QueeR' .Cre.e.ut..Lv. mu .
of nil nits lieio nny copjlst. Here 10 and 11, nbllu 12 Itself would luewm'It- shallow narrow strip Is pnrtly opened' U., lllIll'rlvetut I Ilium Avenuu House.A. date of tb of such certificate lu

Willi whole..sonled..child of God who ten It). Quo m.inbcr now culled Ill to the InlluencH and benefits of air I ", is th..l"telit 1IIIvII time nnme if O. Bolloy. Unlesaid Nos.vg and _,pullu.u an'nc' rl ..d buffet clasping ou In lacksonvimt. 1,1
S llevcd in succeHH, and who knew and water by a one lioise' plow, why I at All View certificate shall be redeemed according 00 mmci'mmmm.II.Nur.o _
would be written 100 amid 1.728 Cott"gt. -
us not double the benefits by tolav< tax deed -
: how to nut-teed by using the Infinite would bo 1,000.( The nuuibc using\ 11.1 A number : nlw trccN mwd.ahm.n.ibg wlHJsaunthnreou oa the tI I IIeIw.ommjaek.ouvllle and tbe NuU.lld WD& well Jot
piosc'nt two hO"Be plow at tho saving of have bptqm' en>u'if the park-aibor 3rd day of Uaroh. A..D.VJOI.Wltuoss 10 -
c powers, ", lie knew that faith amhope 100 would bo 81. In time course of n plow and man / ._. tttw. camphor. etc. \Vhen covered my ofQalal eliiuturo| and spal 5 : u C 'mi LI-----------Jksummwme4bise,, ....bulh.r I.....-. A. 50 a s11pis ,
and love If would bundled or nlicn luul It must not be undpisfo'od bow- .this tho 28th of i tv ... .. Jo.upoa ... ::. .'u.h.rB ...... Ar las ISp,
Helve, you rears no people with glass I ho pui'k will piesenta' day January O 11)04.Snal ) P &.ArIIemmon,4M .. ...., ,.. 1.. 110. ISO,
inlnn Iron 01 smelt it or draw it Into got used to It, the duodecimal Bjstem ever that the couunuii, prejudice beautiful uppuaiance, thnt Is If the [ ] JOSEPH PBIOE 11 AtmanmlhO,45 5.uib.rn, 117. .... Lv 'molA p
2 would bo Just as convenient as the doc .ngnliiBt deeper-plowing Is holly committee Intends to put In Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co. I 15 :: :: :::.:.: :: Rum,..tie .:.7;: :. :.:..souomo.mro; Ry.v:: :::: 5 1* ii 11,
bins mid he not nfriiid to trust grass 'lorts. r
nns without 0 .4r... .. ... .. .L. p ... .
S reason. 'Ihe first object of Turnstiles close : P. 1"'h.,11. 11
Itnnl. Twelve
Inches now' the three
would make .
foot. .
III a .11' ml) 1 .Ubmotmammoo5e, Tun I.e p 1251I
fnith and hope and lovu If the twelve feet n rod and so on Pie! ;" plow being to admit air to the ..ltl'IIO.'S. x NOTICE OF APPLXCATION loll Sum a IS : : :: ::::: LexImaltuon.: a, :.: Queen A C.e.e.iol ::.Lv IllS) ma ,lOp:

( S business, in hniid were I the govcrniniof In theory duodecliuulUni is SO"'I.1I" :" soli. It may bo easily, accepted thin. Itiv.'itl.. Stones [ileaclied Sunday Tax Deed Under Section 8 Chapter 7 a I.-----Utnumaaaeli. ('mole..ouseu I 0'0' ..L' 5.a liSp,
S States If 'ho did. the thing that hue '' without this air the soil Istnoitanc af"I'nool ml t the Baptist cii urcim.', 4HH8 Laws of Florida 1 .... Your Rout... .
But It Is not un easy. tITg.io chance IIfelells.lnCRl'lLbloof Notice Is hereby given that Win i" p Lv. Clool"o.U.Ollo Big .A.71. V
'I' pm'omltmciuig crops. .
was set to do Ir. 8talldllhnd 111",1. of Uos- OUSAr .. .Vb..II.... .JI".ourlu..". I" I.
a people's stnndnrjluxo'f! .mon..y. weights The soil below the plowed In>'el' Is i ""I Mi. Moses of Mier. purchaser of tax oerttlut

and luensiuoftKew! York Vorlti.WASHINGTON'S dead and requires the vlvlfj!/' humiluemmce I lOl.\\akcfleld. Mass, loire ,down to dated tho 3rd day '' 11 I L..ClooluollO.lo. .. "00. .......... ..5 5151
I ItElltM AM) POLITICS. J ,r... of nil- before It Is capablu of DeLand for a HIOI| t visit gone before re A. D., 1M09, has filed said oertlllcatela my 11 I' 7\ .. ... VI'' .. I .......PeunL".a... L. lit.111'

: A prominent. ('imleagoS pol'lilimcenlly nupporting life. Tlm bringing of too turning( noith. office, and has made application for tax ''- 1 P L. ..._...Ctnuiummail, Uhlo. C. H. .DMoool Ar f.a ;
*!*- METHODS. STile ... .. .
\ xcvt'iieiir largu a propoitlou' of this. lifeless soil V. I. A. held their nunuul un- deed t Issue lu accordance with law. 16. S & (li.Icamio.. S "UI. L. 'U P
gave HomO e \ cohyhee at i lIto contiict nltb the Said embraces. the
growIng rootsof tuitalnmunt host ut e..rlfc&t followIng) To ; I a ... <.0& Ar -
Tliumday pLy
a iiu>plm| .'!.\;. <\!'-i-ferfryiiirn cud othcrHin Tb. Way the father of. HuN ion.Freshdemitial .CountryCondacted I'IIIntlllnllY be Injurious. It there- the rehldenco of Mis. J Gable night, ammul l property situated la Putnam 2 ill pliO. Ar. .......T'.d..Ol cloc.n."IO.IO..o"' .. ... .to .11. L. 16.8. 1.,

\\' desired, I Iht* belter Nful'pl'Il1"t, R.epi tore often happens that where timetistutt about fifty weia In attendance. The county, Huiidtt to wit:. slum plOnAr .... D."ol. .. .. ouSlO _...Lrl..IU6''
S. S receptions at the Wblto I cleptii of plowing Is. increased Bo i of Ie }, section 18, township 10.
of n locnl law.ill giuatly leap year lea wits well I'alronlz..d.Ild p Lv--------- ...... .. 4r a a
house mmowaoimmyN are vastly different nt once and several Inches of sItiitime bell.l bottle, the iilbun range 24-40 acres. 1 H P SO t a A.. ... ..110"1'1.1'Cnoln.OIIO. ... Ln. > L. 81 1 .",
If"H"ld : from thoao ghen by tbo 1'utlier of lilmiCoummtry this unnieiitedlifeluss soil mire brougbl and (the machine, nettedtue Time eatd land being aaaossed at tbe I

"I \\' I ti.1 II 1 you' I Hint' ,MII will I I I 'inner when bo was ut tho bond of to the surface nt a single plowing then u SHOO weighing[ over $11: Mrs date of the issuance of such oortilloatela I SU C -LY.. ... omnemmnattommmuo, ... Bug roar-------....A 5i.a lNp'
SI 1
suec.','" until I I I you niiiixt i! .. <.M a uih Ibo icoxoinnivnt. rhlladelpbln was thon -suit Is serious Injury to the crop of -- ltte--- -' --- -- .- tbe niniu of C. Bulllle. UolO .0! & A,. .. VI.v.1.od. Oblo. .Dig .olr......I. 11.1
r I Hint soaaou\ though subsequent crops said certllleate shall be ao- 5 10 Lv..... .Lesmeeteum, Ky-------msmamlmo.re 117.... ...Ar ..a IlrSpOh
the 1 be routed house .
elm relu scc-na. president I
mu int-mbi-i-H di-coem! Into the .. be c-liil both for tlnv needed, lime lb a .. soumfl.ru .. .. a 7*,)
may materially benefited thereby forls. cording to law. tax dead will Issue Ar a?
w'II'I" i of i>olllli'M. You iniiMh see to ut Sixth and Market .uticcts/ for $::1.0110> and! the crop supporting power of and the additional rettsou that thereou on the Sid day of March, A. D. r,:: Ar :.:::: :: :teals::: ...::. .Inciter. 7.;:.:;..... t -10-i -101

S it I tlmt bill a jour amid diessed. bluisulf umcb more the soil be Increased. they supply substitute _-. I . _._ .
liinio I KO"III1l'1Ilru uionu IS I- may greatly I sittlsfnrtory .1 pL' .. .1".11. InU..rl Ar 16 &mi ,.
elaborately tlmu bo bud fur slinllur oc. Thelogical deduction for the which out fowi.. imWitness pL" ... :. .... .1. ,I
nntf.d, nnd I then do not forget t.) elthem .. Is that the gr.vt goiiif mY- olal signature and seal 1 .. .Lu..I.I.luo. Lln.__. .. 't
Ar .
5 .
cnslona In New Voik.' depth of plowlnlIIlUlit\ be increased times Illrl dllHciilt to mid, and this the 28 h day of Junuaiy. A D. 1V01 V. OICA'.I. .1
t1;( when I they are noinlnntod On time occasion of a presidential reception gradually for best results; that deep \hlch I In conflnemeiit IB I fldlilopo 105th- [Heal] JOSEPH PRICE. lion a lied -"tihuu&gu amid .11,1.special I' .41.1 ..Ubu''. train belw..n J.ck.oui.iiil.
? TliiitV it. plowing like other ble. .nd Glnolno.l. Arr..d".. Momn4asm' 1 ..daily accept lund.y.. 'l'bzomgmi Poll
u chosen tow were nduilltcnnd -<1 many good Ot Ct of Putn&I County, ElorimlaDiythe Oblo-aito. .

To be I n Corci- in politics you must foiuied n circle around tbe recep- ti things must bo Indulged in Intelligently mafl Library obso'raalmOfl nor.,'f. :'... Ylr.m 01"J: ',:"'to"ct::.a.:
S S .
and with '
moderation.Another to '
go Into |lu0l itics.S tlon rooui 'lien tbo president luudo car itromm.luoIU" Tbua. : ..

j Iimteixl of BlniKlliiK to one side am'' the roll nil, favoring each with n forma natural result of the piln- No. lit and 14.-"The Fkirlda Llinltod." Solid vutlbuletrain. PuUm.n drawing. Mom lIst
clple of plow action Is that the plow' hug Sins elana thoroughfare rauuhe., and dining' earl between ..wi (IUJuliiuatl
S dHiiiiiinelii I lie "ring nnd the bow amid n few would. Then bo returned being Best, Cook room .. ..
55 pilmnrily an implement of pul- Stove Through P.II"/I drawing .loC. -Mooon 1Oct11ltlUlltUflIO |
S b"H"lft"r I tho iiHiinl inniiiier of to his iMMltlon bcfoie tho Qrepluce vet'iiatlun.: Is not the proper tool for ".1o".ola' LluD .1:. ,
SI re f.iuui.ro. why do nut I MIOHO I.eopl". | | and they In turn wore conducted to subsequent cultivation. Cultivation :No S No 1; Uotweeajae54eavilmesnd Lana..ally, Bo I boO
him bowed nnd retired huts an entirely dilfurent to .
form rlni nnd make it boss", ,, ut I Ilii-li\. ... aocompllbh. ; -; _.. .
Thieve was no hnndsbuklng his. bands Therefore conditions 8 lit a 10 Lv.... .BAiini tin Fbmi----------YMURy..Ar U M8W -
own which make 8 2 a 7 49 pl... .....J..kro.lIl. Via.. ...,...Southern BT...Ar 5 UPIs ,
"being so bestowed ns to Iiidlcato that good plowing are the .. .. ... a ISPi
S TIme ninyor of Omiihn, i h a wise tbo salutation w an not to be accompn worst possible for good cultivation. elplO".L..upU.. ..1"0,0. ... ... .".Bouthern.U'b..a.A.By..I I I.p
in The latter Is not for the purpose of you can buy if 8 10 p 12. Ar .. .. ...1AmilHIoa .. .. ... 10 ui
his .lu""IF..L.11.
mun fri iit-rHtion lie i IB n flIed with Bbnklng hands" At these letting either air or water Into the I. .. ....... .. h..B.L. Iii
praell."ll'olltlclltn I I I who ", tuocum'tlus{ levers our first piesldcnt shone too, In soil but. is chiefly for the D >m.1 4A a t1r.. ...B.rh..b..AI.. ... .. B..L 4 11 1111
purpose ofprev"t1nl .0P .... MeiuphlM, nuKaniae .. .. ..Vrteoo.. .
''S He In also very friink. Home: time tbe matter of divss. Wusblnuton U described ( the escape( and waste, by want comfort ':: .8_I!I Ar. .._. Olty, Ma ....... .. FrlMn........... S 80 p
< I" uindo I tliw ste tuuun'ii as rcsplundeut. In black velvet evaporation the water nbsoibed you ; :

S ago pnlillu sliver knuo and shoe buckles long black the soil through the assistant of tlmplow. .. : 8 .p Lvt .. .... MemphlM.'.. TennHofchirlngn ..:.. ... ..-. :... :..:,::...:.. t: 7 a. ..
that bo preferred the mipport of the ::.. ..P.Ar.: :. .. | ,Arfc ... .. .. L 7." I' .
S silk atocklnus his pondered hair tied ( Deep plowing and shallow cultivation : :
.# saloon. kei'pprg iiinl UHf (rmnblori to then. ., Hand 14. ;::. Florida Limited.. Pullmau Drawing rouse, ear. bil4
la a silk bag or cue behind. lIe wore are lore the natuuil and economy. In InultiiouTil'e' and ,.clty. Dining our. IJally. .1..1.1
the support of I the inlnlxtprH and ;yellow gloves and held a cocked bat In supplements to each other. -Break Ulnliig any TluUi.t A
S. the church people. his ImnB.-Uxcbnnse. deep and and cultivate shallow" la the q F.CARl.: APIIt Pauengor, Agent. Ohm. .W..Vay ...1 Jagkaoablls rio
logical correct --- -
applications of BUCif'S -
Not bociume he cares more for the -
Macedonian ....I.. the true principles of plowing; It short
anloon and ,
keepers gamblers. follows that the should .
plow bu kept
S ; But bee-itiiHe these and their Ilk the In age Macedonia of thirteen girls usually fourtcemi'mmmal marry at from the Held with growing crops, COQKS Atlantic Coast Line
"de ct'IIIIo! the would of politics' ," a where the cultivator or Its slnipla'
husband will pay his to 120 for wife\ substitute the
sweep should be do->
while time minUterg nnd the church
If she l Is a good reaper amid expert nt pended on for the results dealrcd.ANSWKBKI .
'u people draw their cloaks about them housework end spinning When girls THe Great Gar Line to flerita. -

:m; and Hhy the "filthy fool." from tho villages marry townsmen no (UKS'l'ION" ). Buy a Buck's Stove or RangeWe've .tou

Pluln Isn't It? Is When U
money paid, the brldo Instead bring. time best time for spraying .

'4 Ing tier trousseau wltb hor In exchange with ordenu mixture. for the dieback CONNECTIONS: S f

PRESS: AND PULPIT. a* It were. for the privilege of .becoming ?
Answer: The new growth Is a Big Line For I9D4.
a "ton l lady. In the pnr- '
; "The mightiest force In the worldIs tbe bride latter case tloularly to be protected and the Vastonr Ito own rails to Savannah Charl Bto.. :Blobmand adWuhlpfrton
most likely will bo TO
to ]
the aroused conscience of a great do little spray la Injurious to buds and bloom. 'ThE thenoe Tl Faun. B B" '
or no work In tbe fluids and
; people, and the chief qulekener and Any time after the fruit IB well set, '.
that Is the
. great ambition of most girls therefore I Is adapted to the obJHCts In S
I Y' educator of that conscience In the there.-London CJlobo. view. VIA ALL .
.ur .
k past has been the pulpit. The press In planting cassava for hog food Is IT The LouUivUl A NaahTlU. vIa Montgomery.TT. .'

III taking the place of the pulpit and for Her Dlo.... It feasible to plan to let the nova do W

Is becoming the most Important andS Lady do Vere-So you wished to see their own harvesting? THE TO es}The MobiI.g Ohio B v eetg- .;. .

enVctiml, support of virtue's cause" me. Sirs. Farmer AIrs. Farmer-Yen, Ans.: This the moat economical

Indy nn' 'oping\ ns you are full of '.,altb method wherever the crop Is grown
This was the unqualified delarK nn' 'npplncss'\ Well I In fields. to which the animals may ,11 VLaBaTaBnah-aiidOflean Steamship OoraiMuiy for Kv Tort
cum COB
tlon of Rev. Madison C. Peters some \Vlolet sea to my Emily ns she's your be allowed access Ibis U one of the TO H. P 1QIL I Pblladelphla and Boatou. vl HTIk (or M. Xl Wa o. and Ml.iiUOl .

time ago In Philadelphia The blue blood In > gotten material advantages which cassava THE ( Vi Buona and MennajiU ,A Klnor 4'rsn.porsUoeJ tto*
r wolns. Bo I makes 1
fr e' t statement Is refreshingly 1I0v..l.'Jut so bold -ns to bring up a bottle of the material.possesses over corn. as a fattening Ackerman & stewart TIA STAMkB1P. p1 fo Bto and IhUDphl

Ids a recognition of n fact n"hlchls famous blood mlxtuio a* set my old In tables of foodstuff and fertlll/er:

5, 5 b<'coming daily morn obvious that man on bis pins till nk In' you would analyses when Lime term cottonseed To Key ,West] 0 B Mall Btam.blp of Ui. Peninsular "t' Ooold.otU BtM

the (power of the press Id a might give It a trlui:-London Chronicle."What meal Is used does It refer to the (SIST"" TEAK OF PIIOSFEBOTS BUSINESS.) AND ] hip On. t Key West A Havana l aonneofB '91>
bright or to the dark

S force for good. I............ Ihl..... Ana. : The dark meal from sea EAYAIi 1 Tho Atlantic Cs Line.I "

1 Hut Dr. Peters Is putting It rather evidence have we," asked the Island cotton outs so little figure In Wholesale and Retail Druggists. .

9. strongly when he say that the. press teacher In the night school "that pooplo the market that It In never Intended i nrougn run man Bliwper, Ion Tap t N w York.; L

14 taking the plsce of the pulpit live longer nowadays thou they except Important when point so speolned sInce the This 1s an 4Jw> Y AUoto O'Une ad B7" .AUafC&

A each Inis It. own place and function used to liver between the two, In fertilizing dUfuronce and JUST RECEIVED L nl Fresh Garden'S for Bprlna- Cnnton'ma Jack.onuUkfor all,Points.

t and the one can not replace the Tbo young man Matched bla ear andreft..ted. feeding value. Is nearly one-fourth in L\Nnnnl'l eed *
? 8 over 13,000 mIles
favor of the meal. Hand In yomonli'rt. 'a'iac. o o ameeg[ te"r
other. bright p&railway tb. Southern States aal .
S "Well." be said "tlie people that used What la the most economical form lop eomDl ta call ..01 b7'I loot* "
Each can supplement the other. : H.
of lima for fowls? OOTTCa-KC c-t-E. FRANK hiforaUD o E rrloopl ,or addraaf
to Uv* are all dead ain't JND'
W. JPM./7 !
Both can work each In JU own way OOIIDOlllAtj *
Anus Ground shells OTnU bottUv
CaoTutbune.\ oyster arc per Oaajranlewl br West Bay :
t toward the tara anil. They can tJl011"-cJJJ.j ntuoti .I .h .btr Buiding. lab vn.Ii.:1
,1 preferable to other coinuie; S 11. ZrBj 'o t
DRUfCeT ., Ulr. C tDAlG. &
AOKERMANSTIWAR'.. $,., 0. -, 'I"
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"+'.w1t; yJ1 Y't) lhlkkei;! ,,. ,, ;' "l.',!:!,!M.i5!,' \ ;i' 'fld".+iaM, ''f:iC\\ nin\ ,"Vrfl!;?a'nd gt''r j, )l'.r7\ ,"' \\I"'''::!'l' 'IIi'I'' 'nm':1'f1I'r'I;,''R Vrarr ip sfi a 4 m.+.,! r hrv-rrnraap +rrwgi S1'M'-lyy{ q, 't a er !" 'e .,.,i r.rv T w r A'f,

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WITH ANCIENT CEREMONY fluenca for good of the work sought The result Is the ; Lapse BAILHVIIXS: HlLLIARIl!,

. CresTOntCity HewscBBM'fcllT to be inaugurated by them there was he Is now erecting on Grove HaIl CrJsce: ( t City,

: __ __ (>rand Lodge of' Masons Lay scarcely a dry eye In the house, and donated to tho G. M BAIlEy I CO. ,
Corner Stone or New School
when the grand dial 1 tin concluded D. Smith, another \' ,I ;
WEKIt: ESDINtt CITY TRVVKBAmnB VKUKUAHY., *. >, UU4 TOK.-I.TRill U. ago that he ranked among; the first of and Auditorium. Ills remarks a storm of applause This l In to be known na Is now open for the reception of Rimeta

WILLU.MII,01lHltB'IR: I the young men of the peninsula and broke forth which should wnrm the Before beginning work Fire Insurance: The boom has been' put. In first-
Mar Mill.lor hU By authority of Grand Master T.M. class condition for T
appeared happy In environment I ttti< season
hearts of Mr. mid Mrs. Gilbert, II" concluded that the
TA... I r.M, ... Y. It hi, M hi.Ml \ Pnlaaton, of Montioollo, a special American and Foreign' of lt)3-4){) which promises to
S"ibriiwr. HMiiMayM. M al, eetl At a. meeting of (he membership ominiinlcatlon showing full public appreciation of only be used a few w be min of the moat >iccesRful -
11110.1.,. nut MlOT congregation/ of tho Pr"lIbytel'hmchurch year Bible Comp In the hi itory
[in. lIIood", M inMl &e I rand' Lodge of Florida wns (hold In
')e. Tuemlay M ftj 84 MlM" ll4V t last week, by mianlmous Among the visiting Masons present that the Since needed a of the liouuo.Ouo .
M em:! 1\:1: Crescent! City on Monday for the -
-WedniHMlKX Tll"niil."y"in ,.. M 7(1r( 114 70 M I vote, Rev ]>r. D. M ReoveR was. re- pur.p..e were K. Boraeii, Wm. E. Albin, L. school. Tho building \ Insurance: "U who onntemplatn spending. a
..Id.,. ei UII 141 eo ucsted to remain another year aspastor. of laying the corner stone of the Cauaey, It. C., Ivory J. E. Lime, of construction. will portion of the season tore should. l
now nchool and auditorium which Is I notify the proprietor In advance
,, Travelers of Hartford
-- < It soemn that It Is Proabyerlnn Jno. 1'. Wall, U. (I. WfHtcolr, W. M. combination school and In order tlo secure .
."" ..... ouatom here to engage a pastor being built by Hon. Edwin Gllb..rt.1 Williams F. M. Piiyson, R. C. Mid- But Mr. (Jllbort hna properscomwodatiaas.- 'r

S' Personal and Social. for but one year yet at the same time of According the Mimoiilo to the fraternity ancient( dleton D. M. Reeves, T. S. DeV ltu.F. tloii. Tho ground are Life Insurance: .. '

= hero la the general feeling that the H. HnfC'r, JV.. Strange:: E F. as he would like lie

..t ltvfr..... Sd 'resbyterlan' nocluty in the cone of to Early arrive In In the town forenoon from people the began Mask ell, H, II. Kent, C. E. Row ton, st ri'g to secure the Old Reliable "tcermanin WM. G. NORTON,

d Ita presnnt popular pastor, would do country H. C. Loomis. S. Kennnrly( Joseph block and wants thu Life" of New York
E. 8. Forester, of Erie PII.in at adjacent and nt cloven o'clock a PROPRIETOR
he wine thins If It would extend the Price F. A, Qeiber, Chns. Knpiji-r- South park over to
rove Hall. launch from PnlHtka arrived bringlug -
call and If possible, make a oontrnct load busch, F. W. Clark, H L.I."nuR. M.\ streets' bounding! this Marine Insurance: CrcHceut City, Florida] t
of MiiHoulo brethren
Geo. C. Benedict Albany N. Y, with the good doctor which would a from Kohl, J A. Mei/.er, S. R. Cnuaey north and south from

[la' enjoying Orovo Hall hospitality. cover the period! of bin natural life that Local city Mauons to assittt and In the visiting, exercises.mem- John E. Marshall and Jamoa M. to Lima lake If tins Is The Leadimg! Companies ..6... :Z.: S1 GI:: .cor: ,

>:O. TI. Qrendle, of drove Hall has Our Mcliool.Cumtnunlcntodl. 'era of the order met upon the nr- Chnaner. poses to beautify It. It Claims Promptly Dentist.

rl making record na a fisherman [ rival of the Pnliilka delegation at Our Opportunity.The of his plan to endow .'

1{1. II, Preaton spent Monday and Crescent City.Hcliooi continues to the Masonic hull and organized for world contnliia many noble class that It Christian can be Settled. Park Htrent attar Foot Oflloe.

Tuesday In Jacksonville and. Pnlatkii.S ncrenae In number of pupils and In- the coming ceremony, and promptly hearted, God fearing and generous Inn for the boys and Kills !an Front Ht., FALATKA Ft. Crescent City, > > Florida

orost, at noon emerged from the hall, men upon whom fortune has smiled; ,
!) odor bloom will nnd surrounding country.Tlila -- --- ,
The of -
S the orange We feel greatly; encouraged over formed Into line and marched to the men who have gained great wealth l OME TO 1)8) : Foil
,begin to burden the air In another the prngrent, cupeclally since thehollda new Bcliool. There! were some fifty through Industrial t-ffortnud In (lietraining Is Crescent City's

,Meek )'.. There hftR boon a ducldml i or more Masons In line. process have not become cal.iimcd and every cltUen of time YOUR

l ':Mr. and Mrs. J H. Goodwin, of improve ent In attendance (and Promptly after arrival the exer- In their sympathies and re- ,xtand by Mr Gilbert and GROCERIES.We .
the ..
(Richmond, Vt., arrived at Grave oachera cannot tench pupils who do iHea began, with Grand Master G. atloushlp with the great body of secure needed to streets out and Make u Specialty of Pure Food Product. .
[Hall last week; lint attend ,school." ) The Improve- F', Hprngue' as master of ceremonies mankind on whom the fickle guddoaa carry
r mel t In tho work of ''aonneOf our pu- officiating Grand Lodge olllcers las born less. graclnna. beneficent ach mu for Cur Goods always Fresh and at Popular Prices. Wo have thai best CofTno In
!"'SIlH D. Rltoh of Port Cheater, N. ood. market It's the "cn 'HT BRAND" '
pile ban biien great If not wonderful. were as follows. Not every little town contains such
la here visit to lila father Do lot
on a not moro
'horonirli tinlntng la the motto of M. W., d. F. Sprague, us Grand a man. But It 1 III fortunate for Crescent ..e.-
Wm. M. Rltch.FMlna In the
\tIlt.\ the inenibnr of the faculty. They [imter.K. City that we have one herein way. Fine assortment of ,

Hoater Gilbert, of Tendon, believe\ that self revelation la a fair W., J. C. Orlmhley. as D. d. M. the: person of Hon.Edwin Gilbert The News would lay: \
It. W., K. K. HaHk.J... /: U. Gilbert tho Btreeta.
ylnt., arrived last Week nnd l la guest/ ducatlon, and every elort: Is put Warden. Mr. Gilbert came lo Crescent City Men and Women's Underwearand
he wants and .
thlllg \
f*)fc the Southfield hotel. orth to awaken the appropriate aotvltlca It. W., L. Eaton, na J. U. Warden. some twenty-three years ago. He ,

if t: of the pupils'. minds In such amanner It. W., J. 11. Harp, as Grand Treaa.U. was attracted to th la place as hundreds your consent, KO to him other Furnishings. Also DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
Wm. K. Oxer,. of Port Chester, N. W., Paul' U. Smith, as Grand ally Uinnk him for his (
us to utilise them to acquire I of northern men and women
-K&; arrived last week for a short visit '!
:fcreiary.: time town.
knowledge: and skill; and to oultl- been since. He liked the town ________
[with his uncle Capt. Wm. M. Bitch.kfr. It. It., D. M. Beeves, D. D., as have J. W. MILLER
ato a' spirit of true and faithful Grand Chnplnlii.W. and the people, acquired property Canoe ,
) and Mrs. W. McConnell of work The method of teaching! are ., H. C. Ivory,rut drand Marshal and built winter home, and has Ilnglna' with the symptoms

Ibllodolphtn, are among' the later nr- adapted to the capability of the W., Horace Prior as S.: d. Deacon been' coming here ever since Mr. cold ; there Is chllllneaa / Crescent City 3Tla.
W. H. J;. Neal J. O. Deacon.
as throat hot akin, quick
vals' of pleasant people at Grove aught, and pupils gently led Into a W., H. C. Loomis oaH.d."' Steward. Gilbert has never lost faith In the and linpedud respiration

_II.o spirit of self reliance\ which was one i W.,, C. K. Itowton a* J. U. Stew Future. of the place. He loves It nnd small doses of D..IIo |

,The rdBbytorlaii Ladles'church Aid Society met with of Mrs.the of Moses.the,,,Plato greatest and uicrlU many other ascribed great to'' nrd W.W.. ,., G.Jno.\Ventcott P.rWull. as us d.Q.-Standard Tyler. for limes It.long wanted to do' something byrup the frequently first,/ (;sign theohlld Milliard's of.) .a will croupy Snow cry ) Two-In IdsofV0O r f Y r lif I(0( i IS 8enI p m i to Siloes.ij

Vlf.l. Norton on Wednesday after- nen. lien I er.1V. Last year during the special moet; Limo throat

,-On. Both teachers and pupils desire to ., Jas. M. Cheaaur, as d. Pusulvunt i Inglll... the Presbyterian church conducted Mrs, A. Vllet New Why not buy the best? Wear twice as long and fit so well

express their appreciation for the I by R v. L. S. Chafer, of ,writes March lllth, 19011) ; ou forget your feet. We are the sole agents for Crescent
rom the evidences; at hand lu I hope great blessing that Is being bestowed The ceremony while not long was Northfluld, IIf" B., Mr. Gilbert conceived lard's horehound Syrup
ity for the Selz Shoe the best .shoe eaith. lYe themirect
remedy and so on
of a heavy bloom It la safe to pleasant get
nprosslve, more especially the
the of \ In
good; of the Idea pstablUihlng
CI'e centClt.y
upon people ..
$1./10./ ) Sold !
diet : from the Come and let show the
an orange In of the' Grimed factory. ui Royal
crop After
by the noble and generous benefactor Prayer Chaplain. Crescent City a nlbleconfel'eliOe patterned Falatka, and you
I about Crescent City,the coming lIon. Edwin Gilbert. It Is the ritualistic service had been after the celebrated Moody lout City Jluein ladies' and gents', and the Liberty Bell m misses' nndhildreu'a.

ann.lFhe pleasant' to henrof the right mnn In 0111 pie tod, Grand Muster' Sprague Bible conference ut N 01'th fl eld, Mass. AUK Yoo Jiiorriiiss .

.( Mlaaes Beaale and :Kcllth Wll- the right place, but better to shake !put the finishing touches to the lit this he received encouragement And harassed.. by a bail /( Now Stock or "..wk.'. Hi
n,' of Ft. George/ Fla, arrived on lie gentleman's hand and behold the norter and thu stone was lowered front Mr. Chafer and others. In the (h rd'e Ilorehound Syrup,
to IU In Its had you sound fltien and offact 1 O r 5 cod 0c! Baiin Counlei Will Save You M Round Dollar
pluoB. recei'tlcle
turd ay evening for a few days' "unxhineof his amlllng; face. Though : tuininer Mr. and Mrs. dllbert visited radical. aura 26i, Cilc, ) iny Q

Jt with Capt. and Mra. A. W. hla magnificent and much needed been placed : I Northfleld and the great Institution by Akerniun &; Stewart

awo. The Mlaaea Wilson are iiilldlng will nob be completed in A brief history of Lake Lodge, No.7d there Impretiaed.! } him with new steal. Lou nils' Drug store :+:
I !
ces of Captain Brown. line for the present term, yet the : F. & A. M.; History of the -- 9 The Shoe Man, Crescent City Fla
Church of the Holy Comforter (J<;pb. .
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teachers rejoice to know that their

during Eioe; Its I>.full Smith's ahare electric In the way Iminch of en-laf successors will be better prepared opal) Crescent City; history of the Mattresses Renovated Yon Con Buy ( ] :IN: GROCERIESJ:
town of Crescent City of townShip
for the grand work than they have ; map -

Itertalnlnar visitors again this winter. been. May the blessings; of the 12 Including Crescent City; his- Mr. John Cuahdollar. an experienced I .... Lead In Variety and Quality.
."cry pleasant day Mr Smith takes giver of good and tory of the Presbyterian church ; mattress maker of New York City Is
every perfect gift
I a /party or two of ladles and winter with J. W. Eilmondaat
; Keutle'man spending the '
rest upon this man. May Crescent visiting card of P. M., Wm. E. Albin new work Ham and Breakfast Bacon sliced Hamllton-prown tlho.... Ladles, Oonta
Poiuouu. loqulrlng
[, for. ride on Lake Stella City school houHe .stand as a living; ,)f TCorns Westport, or old Matlreaaea Anyone Unnovated "' ...or... as.'.. jou will have It. and Children's, nil 8tloB anil all guar
: every Gom 5 Hftkborn's! Teas and Coffees
,Wra. H. It. Bweet with her mother, monument to hla memory after he ,of1otho gbullding/f t owrdasf over, oau have them done at Finest Krown.Ibs. ao t ee d.

and brother, returned Saturday hae paHsod. over the river to rest under work ; reoaonable prlau. Addrres "Our Own" Moahaand Java tl.00. We have a line selection of Hats on the

k m ir a trip to 8t. Augustine They the shade of the truR and whenhe jeunarcl Eaton, the contractor and FOR Tlig: and Pillsbury Flour. road. They are from! a. strictly cash

contemplated a trip down the walks the golden streets of the builder of the school; history of the ,J. W. EDMONDS over Hill Butter, every pound guar house In Now York. They will be of

;, OI sb but were persuaded to re.1' New Jerusalem may It be one of the Village Improvement Association ; POMONA.. FLA anteed.! Bread and Cakes the very latest stylos. You can have

-' on account of 'the Inclement may! bright. stars that adorns his history of Crescent Lodge No.\ 8A RB1'BRENVB-UolmRs Erwin, C. H. \Vor- rm g ... Plokleapples a$3.01) Hat for t2.60,,and'" a 12 (BO Hot
'.ther. rown. knights of Pythias; cop Ply caster and Oi o. Flake, Pomona HI4t\ Bunanns, etc. for f 2 00. Walt and soe for yourself.

.r, and Mrs. Ioenhour will move We have a stronar junior high fttku and Crescent City News Feby. Candles. Carne k Coon Collars, Uo latest styles.

Itn-T South Jnckncnvllle the 'chool claaa next year the senior tutu ,IDOtt copy of the Pal Ira e.- ... a6t"U.
comhtgpeek JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B. "
: It was not their purpose to ;ourse! ,will be organized. This In- Eerald, same dutn. ATLOUNDS' Your Orders Solicited and Goods Delivered Promptly.

eludes four high school work On completion of the ceremony the L. CHAMBERLIN Florida. 1 1f
IjMope until June, but the sale of their yearn Artistic Barber. Crescent, Clly
which wIll students to enter M&IIonll present and all spectators
|home And the requirements of the prepare DRUG -
the colleges of the noith. repaired to the auditorium, where
,hew owner made an earlier removal Hair Cutting In all approved styles. jW;;
drand Master Introduced atbe
Crescent will
City furnish a good
'nelleRear). Give me a call. Scotia. are all of the fresh '
school for advanced pupils of adjoln- orator of the occasion Judge E. -St M

( Mr? and Mrs.. Pierre Gautlor. of hug comuiunltlea, also a place of E. Haskell of Palatine, the R. W OBE8CENT CITY. FIX1BIDA. I A. B. .

jritMDta. Uordn, were here a day or two refuge where pupils of the north may Senior Grand Warden of Florida, .''a

t week guests of Mr. and Mrs.. J. lee from the northern blizzards and who delivered the oration. St John* River by Daylight. Undertaker mend 0

;(tppleby. They were on their wayne enjoy the warm sunshine. of a de- Judge Haskell Is a polished speaker Full line of Caskets and i
The Beach & Miller Line
Miami i
from where they bad IIlhtful'climate where the tempera- and Immediately secured the full Telephone

to attend the funeral of Mr. Lure does not vary more than twenty- sympathy of his audience. Ills topic steamer CHKHCENT. CRESCENT CITY \

Jor'a. : mother. five degreea throughout the year. was Masonry and In discussion lie Leaves. Jaokeonvllleon Teeadaya t Thu.dnys 1
) and Haturdnyi *t bso' a, m. for ureen cove.
1)t'(f. and Mr Andrew Ferris,who Then they can return to their summer went briefly over the legend which .Pttlrttk... Crwcvnt City and principal Way DR. H. C.

boon boarding for Rome time homes and say like the queen of brings IU Institution down from the .odlo.aRelur'nlf.a".1' .....ntcIty on Wertnwi' 'i

';rj. f. Hawkins, have mAde age 3heb. when she visited king Solo. banding/: of the great temple of Solo. days jaoluonvIU' KrtiUy*and wharf MnndnviHtTft foot of Laur*. m.btr.*t* Physician and #' .. 1

and are now pleasantly non's court, "The half waa not told." mon, through the persecutions of the' Tal0phon. H.F ;
Utk wharf. :: foot Of lemon .t._'. Will be at his once
PRINCIPAL middle and to the time In i
I with Mra. Frank Gautler Cap. ages up CITY on Fridays and
I, CUO) since when there has been Ma-
Ferris and bis estimable wife a
p greatly pleased with Crescent I roH-Bxnan'OBM. tory of record. The judge referred to Crescent City Transfer Co., week. _

E T. Lucas \Vlugo, Ky., writes the and Its fitness for OFFICE ON CENTRAL -.
day peculiar
and the climate of Florida. '
',; April SRth, 1UUJ: : "For 10 to H years I Meets all trains it Creeot nt City June i _..
had been nflllcted with a malady known the ceremony just performed. It was '
i'and Mrs. E. U:. Sweet oft
as the Mtob.; The Itching was most unbearable the anniversary of the birth of tion. Night trains by appointment.S. W. B. Ili c/
',&>y,, III., who have been spending ;; I had tried for years to Hud Washington, the father of his coun- : LABBEK.. Manager ;,, 1 of
taat several weeks with their relief, having tried all remedies I could Builds Row
r. try, who was often called upon as
kt r. Harry D. Sweet, left for hear of, besides a Dumber of doctors. I w A NT.D-.r..w..r.h': Lady or. Uoneo eau Repairs boats buggies .
Grand Master of Masons in 4
'northern wish to state that oue single application I Virginia lr>luiiuiiffe bu.liu-ii, In nils County and mlitn| *
wood work
home kinds' of "
; on Monday \ "
,, |
ot Bollard's Snow Liniment cured mo to perform exactly the same ceremony liitf territory I r houM of wild. HnnnnlallatxllliK.
jlh to their regret. Mr. Sweet was and .10.... trnlichi' onHh Mi ary find ox Inr..ro. his MEAT
oompletoly permanently Since as that which had been performed pears paid' | rash Hotnliiv direct' from h n'liliinrkeri Crescent City ) r
I home business matter and then I have used the liniment .
on on two Bxpeuannmnoy Ktlvaiifoili iM>Hltlon
separate occasions for ring worm and It by Grand Master >!prague AtMrewi MUD......liUA :scam Bhllf Satisfactory work
I he return later In the
may aearw hicagoeoG
cured completely. 25o, GO, and (1,00 hat day, among the more notable ( Il-Yatlt. eat prloa.----- t
.;'; bottle Hold: by Aokerroan Stewart's occasions being bill work In layingthe ---- FloriUnEOSICoOSI o [ 1 Raiai r

pt. G. V Beach of Savannah Falatka aqd bounds' Drug store Crew ; corner stone of the nation's capl- I i J

hi Sunday' and Monday with hid cent City.. ______ tolat.Waehington. Masonry was nol

I'partner; Capt. 'J. W. Miller.t.Boaoll I Just A Word on I>>olltlc a religious Institution but Its leadings I

t was enthusiastic In I It Is only a few weeks to tha.annual were In full harmony with the Uncle Sam says '
> of the noble work being done town leotlon. teachings of the Bible, and that book i ,

esoent. Cltv by Hon; Edwin I A town election In Crescent City la otbook had Its place In every lodge all right ,

rt, and was delighted to find an Important matter Just at this. room. Masonry brought the high |

fc, every man ,woman and child tluio.. and low, the rich and poor, to one f.1 1

,whom, he, talked felt the same Broad minded needed in level; it took the rough atones and UM1 arm, In the parson ef ten of bl:*governnflnt onolftlfl. la always: Itt :
men are depuunoal of our dlillllerr. During I the entlra praoe$of dlntllKUon alter
ollloa-especially la the odious of smoothed them. It stood for morality l. .10.... la Iwrrela In our warehouses during the seven year It remAlDB UI. t New Time Card in Effect February 16 ] }
mln Vitals Sam I. the. ,
vary wo buy to the whiskey you lei eoniunUy on w
uk Brown him returned to the mayor and councilman. and good citizenship. The speaker not lake a tattoo of our own whlakey from our own warabouao uale .be ..ra. 4
likened to the Gulf Stream Ant when be< that whisks tvn direct' to you,with all Ita / I '
; Mr, Brown loft for his lialtlhom The way to secure them la for the eau and flavor,c.rrtsi a UNITED STATK3 UKOISTKRKD: Di. iLLEE'S' Will Appear in Next Issue n
to and selectmen which, having its source in the dulf TKDof PUR1rY.o4 AQB.' anil doalera' enormoua ,
the day before the' big people get together HAYNER WHISKEY fa mime beat for mil.laol purpoMa. Tbal wily It l I. ,
reaching therein the midst olonflagratlon. who are broad enough to see of Mexico wound 'round the Florida other ems Thafe why we bars over quarter of a million antlefled 0""'
Keys and formed a stream of light why YOU should try It You money bank I U yours not.,11III14.
our present opportunities and
The excitement seeing For Information relative to Trains
ant to the time and his elforts embrace them. blue, warm water which flowed on from .
Direct to
half of liIn business 'so wrought; ..0.I:1prallle\ l la the best availableman through the green of the Atlantic up. our distillery y

|>' him a. to make It necessary far mayor. He has been tried. to the Labrador coast and then Sam Dialm Profits PminU Adulltralioa I "See the Ticket Agent." ,I i.
branched out carrying 'warmth to '1
h* should return and take He knows the town and Its needs.
er rest.Im.r. He would not hamper Its growth. England.. That warm, clear, blue
'Vhll\'we want to. elevate a scare Gulf Stream had its Influence upon ]

f. M. Demon' whose home was crow to the office of mayor aguin Wtl the waters of the broad Atlantic and HAYNER I I .,

kept from burning to he uan always find It. But Just now a the color of Its water was typical of V

d during his! absence, returned man Is needed and Dr. Sprague Is the blue lodge In. Masonry which was //.h W ] ,

eek1 i, In n. card to the New.aeon the man. -With the doctor as. mayor a civilising Influence among the nation PURE SEYEN -YEAR-OLD RYE "t;

I requests apace to a=pre.. of the earth E
id council to work \
a a harmony; .
e i people the place, ai well as with bite om thlng at least will be Judge Haakell waa listened to with FULL SQ.2Q ,! .. ,
brew of the steamer Creaoent, his 4 ]
done to encourage: man who are anxtous wrapt attention by a large audienceand 3 )
jrlfolt thanks for! their prompt sldeHorls to upbuild the place., there la no doubt that hla elo- 1 QUARTS <

:" which resulted In saving quent remarks bad the effect _', I

owe from destruction well! aa. HEALTH deigned by the speaker of making r:1-m yea.rg1T..U't'4 QUART BOTTtKS of ATTTER'S CS YEN .
'moan klndneaaes shown Ms fara .. wa will pay tbe expreee obarcem. Try It enl '
Means the ability' to do a !good day', the real object and work of Masonry,, U you don't find It all right ..nd.. .sot aa you over uaed or can buy front .
during. his abacncvi work without undue fatlgpa and to Unc better understood among the people.At ....bod'elee at any prloe ...1141'beak at our expenae,and your U.M1 will be .. .. t}
returned lo by next mall. Juat tblnk that
you offer over How eould its .
hen Iii worth \llvlug. You 'cannot have Indigestion the nonoluslon of ,Judge Has- fairer If you are not perfootly. eatlnned, you are not out team Better asa -
Maull Baltimore Is
B. of or ,uooatfpatloa without IIupsttttloB and you a trial order. If you don't wwnt four quarts "OU...". eel a "f ,
on a two weeks'vlilt to his. the llvnr and ,polluting IU. kell's address Grand Chaplain Reeves friend to Iola,_ W.ahlp la S plain sealed MM no marks to.......wbet'a I. <
her,: Mrs J..M. Maull :All.. ) l Iso blood. Much a condition may be- beal t advanced to the side of the platform faqrddsn tar Arts*OaL Oot.Idaho,Mont,Nor..K.Me .Or* Uttw.Wa.li. f

sucond son of the late J. M. and beat 1Ulok081 I obtained that by the Horblne!world, hcyst th..e and In eloquent words, filled with or rmBeaaTor WTO. AV gwea dUe of i*.
and lome eighteen or nineteen feeling, publicly thanked Hon. Edwin
Jl known. Mrs. D. W. Smith writes, Write our Manet office and to It NOW.THE '. .
or.whem'a'mere.: boy pnbI April 3, 10,13: "! use Herblne, and flnt and Mrs. Gilbert for their great '

I flraf: newspaper attempted 1. the best medicine for constipation anr d generosity In erecting the building.As HAYNER OISTILUNQ COMPANY t .

lIt CUt. He +9Hinn to have "gul,,Ung the liter I ever: Used". PrtoKO e these ,aged donors) stood np and ATLANTA .*. OATTOII.; OHIO ST. LOUIS, .a. 1T. PMA. MINM.U .
ceoU.. Hold by, Akennao A Stewart, -
04"1\lbl1'lost t0 tb, loetlon r latka.'ao.4 Louml.Aruestore: Cr.s> the vast audience seemed to,realise DnraaLT. tuot. 0. BnAauaaom tut 'S! W
'' U 'dot ..r the'' gonsroalty and; f$r foaflhiojC lu W :
ourb,. wan 1" spy" '. 'jr'' -,.| feat; r OltJ.. .. -v--- ., ..
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I'IIKrlon B. II Uaiton will
The Palatka Newsand .oturu In Fry... opera house on,, fiun- I Tim 'nuws cuinis limn' / :\/\f."ID/ : .'

n =-- -- r: Advertiser day afternoon nt Up. m.. F,o''h"III\I' thai' L'nunty'I'n\ .\M.I"HMM Hull.nd ,i-.

"R r: 28, liXll. under the nuHplcen' of the down with typhoid f.\.I' liiHimdiirla 'I MHRiT Mms

Wntcli Tower Bible and Tract Sol i l' grlppi. nvii list( reported and THEM
t I it higher circulation rating doty of Allegheny )"'a. Subject : hat he, |IH a M i'y sick man HIs
1 than l III> itccoriloil to any ...Ihcrf""r "The Plan of tha Ages. Everybody\ ninny friends( f throughout\ the. caumitywill '
; M 4n In Pulatku. ITlntcrV Invited ; seats' free; no collect Ion.Capt. he illsicHsvd! nt the news, whllhOI'.Cul

t.L Y.. Jg1Y20! IttOJl.\ J. E.;: La: no has purchased, .., for, hill speedy i.poveryUjitll High Art Clothing for Men. y

r CLOTHIER l ot at the corner of I Front and R,'l Id .. n ..1 abbOb4b""b11""N vbb. s next to tho Putnam Hoime. Pnlnlku/ will fill Mr Uulnr:
k s pity fiappenings and = mil Is hating the smile, neiflly r1- '' In. Ihe ceuuly( .
( ni clolI.,1I with wlru fencing. The. lot 1"III'lnIKh/l< l Clui- lUc .tllllC. \

7 --- t + Personal m nUon.. s has,, a frontage of M 1 feet and, a. dept hoC The Wonian'a Forlnlghtly Club n 1 \ We Hove MM Our 8 Siiflng iI Goods

i .. rltibb0lbdv 64bb..ble 1WI({ feet 1\11111... Ono" of I Iho prctl faithulldhlg lOlh. r : .
mot nt Iho ClnbronutsFeb. \ And ln\llo our patrons to glance over
M O. nxtopii, or >Iolliiter( wns nvlKlto. looiilions 1 1 \ In the whale city '
She subject for the afternoon wns ,'" '!J1i our larx" and vrlo< stock, .
In the city Tuesday, Iturga\V.Ihdlnut'ulpluye1)t, Hid! 'Aiimrk'iin Poet. ." The writers illsBUHsed ; ,I' whloli floualsU ofMen's

J. H Wyll.'of InlPil.ichonttis, ,, In S,Iden Cypress: 1 JVior company mid wero Haileck, JA'I\ 'nnt 1'.... !3 :' .;,- /If!)., { \\,\ ('

111.le city on business yesterday),! : :Miss Llxxlu K. 1\I1I1..hnlt.. !! cliingliter ofCapt. mil JHwIhome.Thi'ie I l'li\,. I, '" :it'' Suits, Spring Underwear, ,

Jno. 13. Mnrshnll( vt this city, wire In lulillllon< nillvlis, "' :\\l ., Hosiery Neckwear Suspenders 1. r
SI Joseph's Co'iti'iit IK. Ming I wire, marriml( ut VnldoKln, tin. on rend, on "A 1110 I'It"". II Wommi Kcnlp iiiH S-\; I l ,
I-- j minted and othutnlHe" ImprovedMif .. .." IIi Leather Belts, Straw and
I f'f't Monday. 1'I hu+ bridal pnly' returned torn" of .J'.I", New Orleans, 1 o ; :'

I .* In A Ford sung! I it solo at thenoii.ing to I the city the follow lug
: HI rt I ice of( tin 1'rrxbyI lei;tan Unking; I heir home ,,11.h11': andMrs. i\\ ..tang: of Ih. Smith.' '" y, 1to't.1 1- ,, r.-,

.lunch. liinl l Sondi'Mini -. Pert on Thlid ,street.Tho l t. Miss\ Oaidner, had 1'1"1"f"' tin. :' I ,

t 4I :Mm Ilia :Airs. ItoH, oiKint tin d-leg'iles: to
mi'" tlHltlng lends, Iniaii MIM. \V P. Klles 11..1 I of coiigeMionif \\r
/ ) rsv lie 1 IliU I... Mie.li.Moim I the biain lifter a w ""k'N III II..INN. histSunday. tin. Stato. I,', ,d.-lalluo,, of' club guv+" 1\,111, SUITS \ll 'lIl jlll ,
an eiiihiixliiHtlo,\ ; report" of Ih.'nl'llIl1', \ 'I'' DROWN '. ,
::; The buhy sum U months old \ "
"' twenty\ or moro" Pnlnlku, Mns clubs 1411\1\ lot.rrrt. Ihronnh lhe tit(" ) ,1 III'' "
fop children. I I'
and \
WIIH never sn w.g. Tho! (funeral" l lxvrvlce \
ins alt( "- .... mid interment 'look place litMtlrosu I
('l, .'+. ..It t'lly lust. Monday.
on Monday. Mr, and :Mrs.,' heru. The 1 largest, ant] \>vxt selectfil t' ,
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'.indiil I ,Intl .Imnes' K Loan was Inbo HII"H have the sympathy of I Ihe pro U" I1' llnnd Conecrt. stock of Young HenV" Suits" "I ,

; cll.MUlulv! md Tuesday wnrklUg of Piilatka. in their t J.
l h"I''u"'II\\ riio Boys Concert H'mil, drum .andbugleeorpxuf "r 't; l'p'
; III (tho 1 Interest" his cnndidacvfortdieriir. Iiulusirnil fp<<...NU..., ever brought to the citron
Deputy! Khelllf Lee Kennerly and) : I thedeoigl.i c0
I, ililcf[ of Polico lagan wont hunch)q home ul' Mama will{ visit Palatka" N, y. 1

II J. 1 I. Wimlierly the democratic iiist Monday ami Tuesday In the vicinity next Tliuriidiiy, Match llil. '1'h.. IU"HI '

war h..rMo..r. Intel'lach..n, \timn visitor of Kostwlck. They \vnm, .<|iilt,<.. will glen nn '111><'11 itlr l'un.t, nnd/ Lemon Street l, I I. M M EY E R Herbert Crook, .

In l\tc\ city during: HIP eailyparl successful, having\ bugged 75 gnat street parnd and nt night will give Palatka Fla Manager.

(.if t'to' \\
t A.Willaliltind. lillli'diiughrir Iws picsfivid a left!, hfiid foot of a Tim. bund.. eiulorai d by I thi,. [prcfaH, :: ;t.

'<, Maiiriri" t, niiirnid' fiom II visit rabbit for a campaign dun in, lhaugl of tlemglo. ns but ug' something vceplloiially I

rlfTo of Hevernl" tvepks Wellington, JJ.t' .nuitliur of the guiitleim'n are I mining; /fine' and us ntoryulieregreeted ,- -- -=

;>>r4if IJIH! TiiOMliiy for olllcu.Mr. \t jlh IN I'gq', audiences.Tho Political Aiiiiouncciiu'iils. .
band U from thu Georgia; Iii- &a5ta AoJa
J.V Slranue' ,a. will known and \ and Mr. 1.'l'Itl1cI81.1I1""lIo I In'An + dudUlulhnnt"nt MHeiin.iill iiiRlltution -- -" :1 films\ ,
t. popular cltl/in of Peniel, Is said to iglniil;; Fdeii", appearetl before I'OU C'LERK OP" TILE f'rtirUIT, ( CIHJ T.
children. This
for mirortunali" DRY I'LATES, PRINTING I'AL'ERs
r r, r contunplnto, entering MID race foicounty .. a large!! audience in Fry Opyr1I L Institution Is a non-suctailaii movr-, /'.. Ihs p.ox",fain I'"'.'rs ,of, J'utiinm C/nrfly. '' ,
r __. i. tnxiixbesHor.Mr. J House last Mond.iy: evvi.lng.was 'Their mint 111 behalf of I Hie must desl ItuteHH 1 hereby AnnOunCe niysotf M a oandl mid full stork of Photographing supplies here. .I
tho dual In a seiiesof Ientertainments ycOllln date for Clerk of the!,Circuit Court at the
a mid Mrs. J. M.\ Kelly, of HnlllH- of children In Iho son lbnnd' 10th and, kindly '
We're holding for the benefit of the pilmiiry eluatlou May I / Columbia, Cleveland, Tribune,
p till urn rijnlclng over the imlvulofsn Public dui'lug! Its lens than f II"A years of life ink the su port of the Democratic a Rambler, Creicenl, Harlford, f iic.jcf f
t C up'this u Infant boy on Monday that lipped. Llbiary, as well us probablythe has leached over :a(") children, and Is voters TlmnUliiK you for past support Escelnor and Iver Johnson .: e..
u (iarnuMit for the scales nt ten pounds. most thoroughly enjoyable. The now cm' ding for lot). '] he concert. nail trusting that my service as cork has
a r Library will clear from tliecomse.\ boon satisfactory; I nm very Binonrely,
1.1 ij Your I Inspection r r; Miss\ Mary Clnike HIIHHI.II, who 'loot about fO!:) this next'1'httrsdnV InNlitnllon., is fur.the benefit of JOSEPH fKICE. 1 liloycle' Tires' I..... ti, liana, 8..tln.| Oood, Rte

1.1 r r 1, 'lieon Al9illiigMins Kstan: HoHonbeig IIeaIii Pettirman. old Palatkan FOR OOCKTI JCDOB '

1.1 fj interior It represent,view nn r r9:j In for.r tha homu past In Atlanta mouth. left Ui.iHoigo .Monday' for and popular ttlth 'people an) In /nil parts A Con; IVilciiito Ton. /;. I/if Dfiimcralic I'nU'iiof Fuluam County: 9O\Cto 5, g a fat a, 5'faj ,

t.Ifj r of the loolll1l.Y'.lIIl1k"" ills 1 announcement The !II list of It set Sex of "t."I,"" to bngiven This Is simply, to soy ti yon that I will ,
of the ; ( I.linylxNpendlugn000plo. this wiuk ]Pal Andei'rion :j" a Candidate lo the coming Democratic -- ---
as n candidate for by ton chapter, 10E0.
renomluatlou to tlio ofllce of WILSON I ICARHini
inlnnwy" for A. E. E. WELCH, T. B. MERRILL
1.1 1.1 j lajs' In Jacksontillu with Mrs. Hay, KUP"I'vIKO" of lleglHtratlon. Mr.Peturinaii United Haughti. of the ()IInr. II""A"Ywill Bounty Judge, and that I will appreciatethe \ I'BEBIDBNT. Vies I'IIIDENT.
M Griffon Brand )r t) who IH ut St. Luke's hospital, and Inwhosu tins held. the otllce some occur nt nn mi'ly date at "lud- support of my fallow Di.
r; CIIHII some complications, artrepotted. + I Imu and i Is thoroughly familiar, with lay," tho home of ]'11'. and Mis. J. THg Putnam National Bank!

n Clothing, n 1 .. lie work which has always been M. Walton. COUNTY TUEA8UBEB.la .

and it is nn S. I.$:. Tlmmons ono of the liilliionJul let..formed In s a painstakings\ titan An admission of :25! cents 'will bo /.nmrraiir 'ol"rI"f I'liliiaiH County; Of Fetla.t.lca.

f: Actual i mull of went Putnam and' hose IIl'r. He will undoubtedly b" rellaskell clnnged and plegunt lefrnshlneiits! After thanking you for the cordial' sup-
Representation rin 1 homo is at Putnam Hall, was In the .Io'clpll. will be nerved true 'l'he 1 \iriicsln"will pmt given me In the past respectfully We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender lij
the 1 innouuoe myself a oundldate, for reooml- the noiirtnsltis. and anoommodutlona" consistent with goad Bunking.
fj of way thesognnuents k.ik city" for 11 lime yesterday, his DO enteitiilne.il with music timid
on wayJlosenberg Judge has a bunch of old nation' to the nuke! of County Treasurerat ,
!:: III'" inndo.rriffon : ikL. In JlIIHIIIII'tI.lII I college mates' here from his foimermine games. tho primaries to be called by the -- -- -- --- ------- -

+ !:: ( IJrand t'L.k. : A and her guests' In ISoteily, Mass. The geullu it mitt The tho hums Indies are of thin from Chapter I three to deglro IE-II. county executive, committee 1 S. J. KE NE.RLY.Very respectfully ._---.-:. --==- .-:::::=.-=:::::=.- ,
u Miss Vmu nnd Mis men of the party ,ate Stephen J. C'on-
k.k UuHHfll, spent --- --- -= :Putnam: :
lo ami thflr aid :
1 everyone come give E3la.ctrr3a.a.ci3rfALATKA. e=-
4 Clothing lan k.k. two vary" pleasant days. In St. AugusIIno molly, Urugory" P. Connolly, John F. t(, a worthy. ciuine.The +. FOB siiEEIFF.r. FLORIDA
'VU'I'llIlt.d to liiNt wneli IIH thi,) KII"IIt".t. .l\Jr. I [>avey and Iloboit llobuilsoii ']'1,1'I..tter % > Uri t),'mm ran" l-'otef of Putnam County:
from these. tHIN will
k.Li J anI Mis Wallace Hllow.J [. gent leuutn sometime'' since innney' I hereby announce. myself a candidate Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and ,
n Retain its wlmpe J gained distinction. In a pUlol shoot. lie used, to place hvnclHtones at the for rouoiulnall.m for the omits of Sheriff, Patents.
M k.\ At lint Louise Mninguu\ will sing the grates: of Ihe Confederate; soldiers subject to oho approval of Democrats In .
lug l'UlitoAt.ln; Paris with Count HtmlCustellmiu. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
1 y j solo"Holy City" at limo c-vening! nor- In our oe1l1..t"'I.I'lxt." ,," stones the approaching (prlamiy. I have filled COMPOUNDED.FBKSU ,
The Advance. : visa In Kt.\ Murk's church dl He Is one of thu have iilieiidy. been placed,, but eight the oflluu one form, hat..lod. to do my OAIIDBN SBED. A enu Unllnrrl Steamship' I.ln.
Shipment ) next "Suu- >
> creak pistol shots In the Unitedhtatos. I duty '"lthtullyand to execute the lawn +::: + = -01
t.At: tlfGriffon t;; rtiiy. Ml lie tnut Ford, will .sing! n solo veterans" have passed. over the liversincii Impartially. I will appreciate the approval -
k : 'ut the I..orlllrile.. 1'1'\'lco.. I boy were ericled" and their of my fe low Democrats as a vote -- --

t: l llraiul L.k.. B. I.. There will probably bo no opponi graves iiinsl ho mat kvd. .1. of coulldeuce. Kospectfu ly yours, FOB COCNTY BCPEllIHtENDICHT OF PUBLIC
ydoii, of Jacksonville, national lion to Judga ti. I. Row ton in hlouulidncy s Pattern Anderson Chapter'' has U. 0. IIOW ELL. IN8TBOOTION.To Let Us
for the
of the Pntint! I .! ; lit, 1)"lJ' rnlir I'ottrt of rllJtJJCD"lJl' .
for justice of the Peacefrom )
pll' 1; Ill
iiiid Summer of : Order( SOns:; of Antrt ICU, I Is In the Taxfaytit ex. Thanking
Spring cityur Dlntilct No. 8 Judgo Ilovttun t meanly of our gallant haloes" nnd / (.,"Ul/,' you for the support gIven
f U ( the pmpoHit of organizing! a cam)' has held tills position for several I the members! desire the liuutycoopeiatlon I hereby announce; myself as a candidate me, lu the post" &s school aouimlsetoner, Know'YourGrocery
of and that I have
a order In I'll IlItitn. trusting performed the
1904 : years and makes the otllco his Note of the iotvnspeopleCome for tine ollluo of IIherll8ubJoot to lutles of that ofliae la a manner that bus

him been lei'eived.' H. Kirk While, dltor of the Dally' IH'Kln"HH, bringing to the work excepllonally lo the I te'll. and help them the primary approval election of Democratic t > bo hold voters May tilth at the II'loilgo merited jour approval I hereby nnuounoo Wantsand

i ::; Come in null : PL-INX-American.. of O\\OHKO Jllch.wan .. good judgement. He I Ispopular willie you enjoy yourself! 1 Flinch myself. If elected to sue that tho myself a oumllduto for the olllae
:! \Ultor III 'the city IIIK! wotkMr. with all classes of people Pit or CroMnole.No affairs of the t blierlfTs office are admlDli of County Superintendent Public In- there 11'11' 1 be no ground of ,
strni'tlou, and auk nit
look at theuJrnc'fful I ::: : i White Is ipoiullnir some daystvllh except the criminal. class and he -- ,-,- --- toted ecouomluiilly .and cfllclently and In the Democratic rospeotfully primary May your loth.support plain at the quality.We .

his Clllh ""lIt iSan' Mateo needs .their \opposition In his bush- + Ca: Hill for Alurut' te 1 will oppivclatu the support of my fellow Vary truly, L. K TUCKER: have all the
F: 0 \ 1 (Jnl'lllentx.n Democrat JAMES E. L\NE. lending<
: 'The topic, of Kev." F. 1 11. IIUHS ns justice for tt Ithout them h Ilosii llilnien. uolorud":, ; ", wit(;, of
M _., ... Rlchey'i" s would have hard llEl'REDKNrjlTIVK IN I-KOlSLATMiK.; :
; picking. Tim Ilruryh' a hack drivel Is 111 VOlt BREAKFAST !
sermon at !St. M.uk's Church CEREALs
: t
"II ne\ .
judgu makes hii announcement liiunother 1 with Kinallpox. The, yb, lit, DttHiHt till. li'I.,, '!/1'.111.111I Calmly"
Sunday untie was dint
will his'
;; The GreatBaltimore moiiiiiij "Sin. In
K.k column.llev. nosed such Dra., A. M. I take. this. method, of aunouuclug IUT And they all VABlS
: : I lit i ven lug l Ihu Mlbjcc" will be "(JOII'! tot by Sleen are of the FRESH
Fire fur the odluo of representativeIn
; v, i 1'1011-1. If immediate or gradual/' II. S. Velgci'', D. I)., of Jack and \\'. H. C'viUHon Moiidny.( Dr. candidacy the b-glslatuie at the approaching this EHV, Nothing got musty or mouMylif,

v !9:: has (111'.tl'oyt..l. ) then k'k W. H. 'Tllgliman Miss Louls'fitghnuul sontllle, prmiclied 1 / a Ii nut sunnonai St..on. had had the clues In ,'binnpnevenil demoeiatle pilmiiry, aDd reepiiutful y ask we soil plane.It-It's V going a ilou't out keep and our coming twk-tall ||
t' Iho Prcsbytoilan church last tennday. : dnjH R nd. Irhlg I Himplcl'ina had the. supuoit of my fellow democrats the time.
Ji'ifl'on Viand K.iclory)I and( bibs Allen Ounby( oH.ilNbtiry f t.uk"ull precmuioim. Hut HXWH not Faitht.oily yours J. M. CHESSElt. 8B.
n : Hi' Verger was/ In our city In We make
1\1<1., aiiivcd 11I'allltkll - ---- -- -- --- a leading specialty
R nnd thorn limy Len : WednuHf.y| night tlutl11I the interest, of tho Children's Horn until JIuiulMy tlmt'b) be copal; l..lh\lth volt COUNTY TAX COLLEOTO11.i't of tho best
he t.ho
[:; n delay in gfttinginoi'H ; guests of Jno. (Q. Tilghman for Society of this. state, of which he I Insuperintendent. pi-rtnlnty, Hint II wn mnnfp-ir! t some
ni : lima ) The object of thin Iiiiiuedhittily on \lIHuo'Y' Dr.Sto you for the kindly supportglvor Butter and Cheese
,i ry /ojoodn: lo society is 10 rescue children' (real sum-
n;:: Palatka. Morris" Tompklns. of Clermnnlown, roundlngs which ate grading and health board and ns mayor, qiinrantUi Huuounuo inyoolf u cuudldate for* renoinhiatlon Teas and Coffees.
the ollluu of Tax ColIactorlulheaomlugDenuocrsdoprimary.
to County -
N. Y., i* .stopping nt Iho KuropeaireHtnuianr : t sinful I and provide( for them hOllloHwhere "d t oho case and net .a gourd' to t .
n Hut we've! cnoiiolifor Tompkins has boei watch the house, allowing none t to ., We have* very tlpe blend of Coffee 4
:'1 '' ( II they v. Ill be propeily, cared for ['nlthfully Yuur A S 'VLiAItD.I / "k Ya
) the present.Spring coming. 10 Piilntka.: for Iho past' sew. mid lltrud. for usefiilneHS lu life uiitiir or omerge. It vas nut 'until I 15 oonta or a pounds for !35 cents tbl
'" erulthiteis" and I tnt ntbcrx his friend!s While here the doctor ImiriudofH Tuesday; that, thurv was danjrer of Infection .- TAX ASSEH8OB.fa you can't ituplloiUe. la this l city at too pnj

!"I by tlia ''''01'''. and then I the cuss was under lit. Dcmi'i i'a In ,',,1,-,.,/'),III..If.CavHty pound. I
child wllo lI"mlslll\llly such piovlslonan We Are Buil ldiflg U Up II.o.lro e'e'for We can also supply you with tho'vMY
tti &: Arrivals 'I'hnIrl,leis of union ri-vlviil snrvlceiliatliiff s. thin. Thin work should elicit Ihe careful, gnn"II." I nuiinunco to tho ojllue my, uuudlducy of Tax Assessor fur ren jmlnutlou .ub.- highest grade Coffee. I IIf

J a of' till cr.I"lrl'nll'll. i-loHtd, HID usual+ ,korvlccs liSt. t interest and support" of our people. Ten days ago' tic woman 1 gave birth Joel to the oniuliig. Deiuoorullo prlinury nand bread, the foundation being It's FBESU GROCERIES you wuii'
: \\ ilKOIl Brim.llrnupful lo a buhy. The Iiifiint U In the keel)- and ask the .. of all filuad exorlUnue., Took call on
y : J'uius': Mi'th.fclUt/ church will be ,' suppoic my some people a long
1C} f
Ll lrarlfurtlauirJlandastultar 9 Intf; ol.oUi t Ilk a d.bltJ>l141' the Willie' learn
.N"gliJ.t Sblrl l e. I'liMiinied by parI-DE. I fenl giatef for f sat favois, and will to tint no better broad U I
t.I ,, in 111t tFIlI k Ih"1 piiHtor on alit Situ engineer of Atlanta died nt Ihe Urn town multi Its. caretaker IH. nude ,'oll'louo. If eloctftcl,to do mv whole. duty baked than LI..lolldon' You. may not L. -
I Exclusive: ), k k day at I 1111.111.l and 7'IUp. 111.; Sunday ham Hotel..at 4 o'clock IlIst'l'lIeHdnynfl"110011 (1'lIu.ljlbtn.' I, |;sthii opinion' of tl e Very ruspeutfully n. F. BULL All D. know 1 U yet-thin msysuggest Inquiry C.STEPHENSKlrby ,
n k: school Ht B p. m. i oC;l'llcllu>onln.: Ills wife .ilirclji'UiBt;, tliiitiif.int. which will mnflrin the statement. When
( rjeiiftti
I wiff
nuulo to (it.Kino klk j escape !<> t/it /iiltnrtitu (biers of JHlimm County: you want bread that l Is honest clear : and Morris Sto., Palatka, FI*. |
Iluv. Augustus. Jolintry, of Clernmiit. was with him when this end came.Mr. / 1 the dinease, but ,
.. :! rusty prioait I aimoimoii myself as a nacdtdato, for through, buy Utlngeton's.LIVINGSTONE Or-Telephone 84 and W I
n I Linn of" u Fin., mid Miss Ine, A, JUonnlrni r Hartford arrived Palatka ou I hill .la'belng taken., itfJi"1" the ofliae of County TAX As <>ssorBubJFC'fe goods to we will bring

r ;:; ;Men's[ B i lta! *. of MuJfeekln! : wrrsmnr- Sunday, February I4th, tnivlng been ( : W. Wnrr.'ii. Kpe<'hiluK, ft of to tlix iiilosnflhe Democratic primary BAKERY.: you.

!!N 4 rind. In tho parlors the Kim bill 1 amployrdbylhocityrouucItomnk(! e the stutn board of henlih, allowed] on eallml for May loth next and r<>- .
axe ,
Bollolttti" Lillian 8t Pulntkn.
of fellow Flu.
"In spe-lftil'y support my
New kki: Mouse lasr MOlld., Uiv. A. I., nprtllindmtrysurvey for a. city sewernysteni. Wednesday and slow: hm! chit tgt' or DelUo Hosieryin j \Vooilward olllchi InlC. He was not well when he tin ciise. Dr. Wnirm uu '.lbll..nr.+ I SchoolFOR Shoes)

!:: i el''gnut/; I'"tt..rUMlIII1 t k.u III Henry's. minstrels. took Jack arilvedbut" went to work, and completed Steen has done all Hint could be a-"ne 9 .VOH> COUKCT UOUUI89IONERni : : WHEN YOU WANT

n l'i>l>uliir 1'ricrs. 4, soiiviUi! hyHtoiin" hi,. w..k. Crowdedkj h In survey and handed his nnd tins, saved the city fiom. nil tinger u1. /: lltmai'rain I I'ottnfutimM County" j

i J houses and, fun for nil. reporr. For severnl dnyn prior to his ( of n spi end. j| After thanking you for thin generoussupport !
The Boys and Girls
t'Ju: Arriving Today tm nt compniiA'lll y dunth lie was confined to Lis room. A called me. ,.ling of I he oiiuncllfjt'ns I given mo In the past I most respectfully Furniture, Miittingt! ,
Fry's hoiisn
opera tomorrow annoi ace my candidacy< for re- Oil:
ij Now nnd 1: night Henry's[ minstrels wet s His body was prepared' for sbipnipiit held Wednesday+ lift'ei noon mId R I nomination for County Commissioner for Cloths, Linolinms' Hugs, at prices tosuit yoa. Frouj]

u C r..ruIlYHll'ct'el::!
i'' H lot nf ti 1 will ho n crowd. Mr. und Mrn. H. B. Wilson, with Mayor BteBii.. AKFcrifirtn< f'thrlttnll)[ 1 on May(lu the 10v 110I r\rlmary shall election. If elected to be held en- Shades, consult see them. .

r Boys 'ami i' Itev. H. their guests, Mr. and Mrs E <_'. Chief',( of 1'ojiciJl) ;an, to see1 Je; 1\ dim' vor ti.> merit your approval by faithfully
,p M Child rim'a r (Dei Lutheran Hcnnlng pastor of the Brown and !Mr and Mrs. Win. Hop- .pest hoiisu. This tvns srcm-fi,!: ? 011.1'11"r..I I Il performing my duty. Your truly, R. S. MOONEY.We Best Shoesfor
h : congregation I lu
Clothing.I ner and 1\(11I. ,W. t..Poweirrtn d l layil lit t1.jl4as' d. JNO. O. STRICKLAND.FOR .
M pI thin place will hold services( next Ihlthh..tt a big Hat of these Men antI Women Every!
carry goods and
: daughter, weuttoy'rusCentCltyq. R..hVJi.P. BCPEUV1BOB OF HBOMTBATION.Tullii .
i"IL"I r) Sunday: morning nt lOtllo.) / ) o'clock lathe I. tAa. are making exceedingly low prlnea now.. pair Prices
h: ; Tuesday afternoon on |f1.h. "tellm"rL'1'p."ccmt. } lit t btmotrilltt I'uttrr of I'utiwtH County. guaranteed $'.50|
==:::;;;;;c 1 room over tho laundry, on Frontsireit.
r: returnTilg Wedn'enday evening Ihlf"w .IIOWrallg&r. Ntt'thiP dlwanethough 1 am a candidate for the office of Bu- Undertaking and to $2.50.Full .
A cordial Invitation Embalming
r Is qx'vmlnd l'ual1hIK.. tiw.autlioiltl.. pervlsorot Registration,aud
on bin WIInoil's launch: Mar- \ |;iirotnklng I respectfully
r! to all to attend. ; The launch followed Mr. \VI 1 the snino '1"irciiuMoiiH\ 1 solicit tho support! of my frlnnda and line of Dress 'Sho|
I M.I S. BROWN r r r; It. i.Miioml Pi Ice son of County'Meik : Hun up to rresctntjClty and nth' .Wfdnesduy .1- I here. w mjiu' ,1,1I1t'r. I' Democrat primary. banking geueially at you the for approaching past support SMITH'S' CONFECTIONS Correct prices at -

r; : Joseph Pricniind one of th S : was-usrd. to fake the party t:$ .J -+- ... I .am very rnrpeotfuliy.1IENIH '
M r 1 best young men In Pnlntks, 'Ius eirrhnrkecl > Haw creek-and eosin points of iiniry re ..Jla,1' ) .:- il'lfll! ote'bhA! PETEBMANN. I. Jacobson
i I < In the l.fturniice bus( dh..5.i tii'xv.w '1..1i-ioji; ---'- BEST. ,
I'"s" t,on Lake Crwcpnr C'olonef Bum- 1 Is Foil jciricB ov rue PBAOB.l .

y C1omi r aIGeelS ] t.k t.k i Mr. Price represents, fire accident nee /has made the statement I hat Inall [, 01 lubi-Bted throughout. this county sit A '<> tftf OtiMtiirali, "Iir' / Dutrttt { ". f 'Ficktd II 'Pitlt| Pound Package. 50V Palatk, FI*
and liftroiiipiinliH( jiincl will liustlff.ir t his. trawls In thin country and I In bring Hotn. thliiff hlgh-olnNfi. PJ'he jFtifHtmi Cattnty. (

k.ki. iisliiiri'. of COli lit/ AlHI city bust I'Ul'ope: he linn never enjoyed a moot show will give two exhibitions tiere I hereby auuounoe my oandldaoy for
I I1CIF. l picturesque or more beautiful trip on Friday nuxt week, Mar>lii4tti! ro-elecliou for Justice of thaPeace for Bay a Box of Bon 1Jon>l, GOOD WOOD
Eighth Justlue District .
kifc ubj.-ct to ,
'and should attract nil Hot[ Drinks at Fountain.
lover $f a! slue Deiuoeralla .
r. L. Iwood or UeKttlb, HI., ar primaries I trust my
fck rlvtd here on Wednesday Mr. Elvvood's A.HOTUU'. 11&C0Y1I."D"T1Ctf.: good circus. The Richmond ((1911.)1) record In the pant will be Named sufll- Wood that burn free,wood that
I fcr Boozle I have uie-1- Chamberlain'' Cough Palladium nye of tbU show olimt Kuarauteo u to my ability and fair.Haas Tobacco Pipes Cigars.I. 'works equally' right, either our
yacht, started f1)MLunionThursday.
r Bamedy for a number of year and have "The Harris Clrcui the 1)E 1 {ges t ui the discharge of my duties. cooking or heating 'purposes.
1 and tomorrowMr and Thanking my many friend for past : :.,. A. SMITI3b.ava .
no hesitancy In saying I hat It Is the belt beat onf.rJlljf'clrOlll on. earth, sup : Bead
I FOUL/ p florl u. p and Mis. T. L. Elwood and Mr. remedy for coughs, cools and croup :I put up a very Iltel'e.tlns.nd\ ntUnctlv port and soliciting the same" la the fu lt. Palatka.It your! order to,
pYTJI107617i afoul Mrs. E P. Elwood will leave for have ever used m my-family. 1 have ptttaJo/u-diy. 'a dKv" &.n fir.ormnncotheafePtlnuetrNtl'the ture wry respectfully) ; ROOKS.Cash
n :Now. Smyrna, where they w'111 Lo: ird not word to express my'eorudvnce' la nhow O. I. BOWTON.. ..
this remedy.-M a J. A. Moon, North grounds t9 a blrf waDe .
very ; ptronSgr* FOB 'BALE. hand you La' get :your money's Wood Yard
the (
DoozU for down the "tUrreT I':
I/BJ777JIf191177/ Jlan river. a trip In. Star Mkh For; axle by AokerfflM .. The hloaed oireai l III- a flu* one, of" tbeildf light ruonlnu, good ord." obeap, Apply worth I and lee. good COLD knock. i '. >Y-

Stelnri' .--P... tfmti.. ; ,-o one-rlnur:;.aa;," j&W4iMK&tMii9 varlel JU v to N, /, Xtl. bnait A; Boas, out; use .Peok'i Pise'TeL, .. dyen(1Cf "(.. MdWf Will'.enQQIF *OQ. .1'IIoal"'

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