The Palatka weekly advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087245/00113
 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: March 11, 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: UF00087245:00113
 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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I'"'"t I ka J-ll>i'iiry AxHitclutloii. Celery Growers 11"cllrMlolt. .
YOUR The {'lIllIlkll, Llbi'Hry' Anm>clnllun In Major W. L. Ulossner' Coinmlx- -
SPRIN& SACI( SUIT.You .t,1<| Ion f.uMnrv' nt 'Va1 icrcliy, culled to inpot nt Iho library loner of Immigration! of the (l, 8. &
: but ned to the groin id on Tuesday... lacksonvlllo hnvn organized, 'to promote ,
0"" Mond.-iy, Murcli\ Ill Ii, nt DMI: F. Railway will bring an excursion .
Tho TullnliHHsoonii, I InndlnK Ills candidacy for eongnwiWalter .
o'elonlc p. tie This U the( nnnualniU'lliifr ruin of Michigan celery glowers to'alatka I paperat I 1
thu state ell\11111 I. 1 110 now published
'w hen oniUHn! are elected anti! next week. \ \ P. Watson tlio democratic ,

will" have no trouble to find a fit In the big line of Kirschbaum clothes oiiiinlUcca appointed to curry on the The excursionists, come from the dally. nbor candidata for congrcHU from
vThn Krand loiliro' of the Knights of
< now open at the Fearnside Clothing Company. Where !sizes! arc graded! so finely vork for ,anol.lini'yt'ivr. The clnilr- region about Grand' Rnplds nnd; i'ythlns IM in annual nosslon at St.:, his district la limiting nbout the ..t

'you: can rest easy about the fit and think only about the fitness. nen ot .tnnellnl cmnlnttteaare're-' Kalamazoo and will visit 1'alatka August' Inn.Andruw cleanest fight of any ot thin oa.mll '

jnoHtccl to |\11'111I1' mid submit I heir for the purpose of personally Invns-, C'anieirlo lists been on a dates Ho Is not considered miy- h j'

Every Kirschbaum suit is warranted and you are sure of getting the best 1'elol'te. Tliu fnllo log( are I the comnllteea tlKatlng( this now celery suction of visitor. relatives' Dunncnni'Hs! whore ne !having any chance of noinl- }:

i;;fabric and best-making in this country. .' and their respectveelmir-. Florida.It "enmndlnn.. nation, but ho probably thinks ho In ti
uu'ut i AdinlnlHlrallon l l Mrs. Gardner' ; Is not yet known on what day The Ml mil. I onrd of trade Is 011leavrirliiu gutting Ills. money's worth In fun ;

You want the most becoming, the most suitable suit. I Kirschbnnm clothes Innnoo, Mr. H. Strube ; book, !Mr. I. the party will arrive but. It lit thought tn sn-uru 'a cigar fnctwyor luring' the canvass.Kpnnkor .\

''have' a dash and style, a smart custom tailor effect that separates them from : I. lllincH( ; rntertalnment 11r.W.td.:! the excursion train will roach TII- Ihnt.loIllcR. ( Cromwell-Glbhoim will ao: 1
"' limletto. All friends anti patrons of atka by the IHth or aiHi. Ht.; Andrew's KplHcopnl: church
other made .. before I lio coming prinialdex< ns a
ready goods. decided
r Im |>nbllo library are ullKlhlo. to Tampa. ) edifice tn cruet a. nrnvchuicli Candidan! for National Cornmlttec-
iiomberHlilp in the library n HncIaInn Car of TliuukH.
Thele nan from Florida So far there is
These suits are made up inFancy Unr'etarkOf: ;: ) Boys'' nnd''CliilJ- noel! lira eimienlly rNluostl d 10 At a recent meeting; of tho Ladles III Florida arc dining probably March\ nioro" ) than visitors any but olio) other, candidate. for this
iiioinbera mid to attend the Aid of the
bi'uuniR Society' Presbyterian
other month In I the year. lonor-Hon. Joirerson II. Itownc,
{ Worsteds or Cheviot in reu's Clutliiii ia Iho liirgpst ever iniHiiil church vote of thanks wits S
B meethig.'fuox.1'.11.| a extended the state '
)0 D Thn Htelxon" University !huso bull, prenlduutof railroad coinnlsslon. -
neat patterns or mixtures.\ Or broitght\ to. Pnlnlkit, nnd wn Imvt AV, I'retildunt. .. to the A. C. Weaver' Furnl- :eam li-firili'il HIH Uollliu jnlleff'i As Mr. Itrowno already 1 ,
'' MRK. tl. !'. AI>AMK. !Secretary:! taro Co., for their kindness In orclnr- club on Monday' by n scorn of IttolrTim \ hits or both honor and !
a post JII'nntIt
: con hivvB, them in Blue or II rnwlitA IIUILT SPECIALLY\
you lag the handsome carpet rncfintly
ire Ilnrrln''' ClrciiH. ( Dade County Agi'lciilLnntl andlortlcnlniral would seom that Gibbons btu, first.
? Black Snrgs:;! or ChAviot, Black ee FOR LIVE BOPS.v aid In the church and for their llhorallty Knli' oprnml, lu Miami cull for' the place.
a ve The over popular UtinU' Nickel< In giving to the ladli, this WediiBHdny will conl In no through

hirieb and Sof.t Finish Worsted. lute shows cninu to towu. Frldnyml carpet at factory figures thin week The News has pleanure In giving j

Than > Honnxipniis ar lll\l.lyho i ,, were' well attended both nfrinoiin Levtitro.Mrs. smmtriiction of thin now 'ai'iii'gln' II- week to the letter of "Senator' Jetties

this season. Those nre 0 s. nnd nlKht. AdaValInre. Unruli, under In irary that at city.Charley Jucksonvllln. have iirrlvod )'. Taliuferro. and which l>pnciflciillyansweic

specially designed foe A. B. Kirach- p' nn i of C. 'I'hl" U probably the bt'MtolJ fttuh- the auspices of the Woman's Man'S Q '
\ s UIIU ou f lib Shoel 1011<'11. ono ring circus now on the Union Miller\[ a yi'iinif n"lfl'o8 nnnner, every clinrgo which hag
)fauns in the good old town of I Temperance of I'alatkn 1I1I1If.tO,11I, t Montlcelli! hint, Krlilav Jar
wiow oad. !Mis. HiirrlHi the widow of the will deliver a lecture at Bt. James trio murder.o( CoiiHtahln Popi'll.| It been iiiiuli' against hhn ns U. S.: Sun-

limerick on the Shannon. Askto uroV.. 1[, HarrlH and l proprlulreMxr !Methodist church on Tunndny, March was thin filet linnglnij"' ; In Julluraiiii utor. Thu News hopes that ovcry) C

i see them \ t 1 C Ceiebraed I ( Mocalch Sllirls.ttt ", tho shows, Is the, only woman In 5th at Tao: p. in. Kyeryhody Is county In twunly-two ;>'oarn.Tho democrat In (the county will mad

ppTENTFLASiI \ the world successfully! running nIrons. cOI'dlllll-lnvlted to .attend. business mull of 7)-Land lilt) this letter." Putnam county democrats \
\ strong, nsHtunbled lit the Cullegn 0"I." lalr-nilndod and
Mrs. Unruh bas the of people
: IMo Er M. on //Inri fAPED CANT.RIP SEAM5| f; Everything men and boys wear, Her motto, an wns her htiMbnnd'R, being one 01 the finest lecturers on Anus iresented hotel an lust expensive Monday and nlgJit) oleguiit, .und It U. going to take something more

""rJ i y g r lilt BOYS, and only-of 'approved" styles, at III "Not how much, but how (rood," the American platform, and comeshighly loving. cup to John H. Stetson than the unsupported word of niimu

nd. It has bout the nlm ol \\hoso liiordlnatii, ,
endorsed by prominent Join Last !Saturday:! nt Kocholli, L. J. ainbillon for high !
the; management to keep the per lain north and south.. Jot-sclls, or Island 1 Uvovc, idiot noel olllcn hasaaum' .d him to grow cand<'us
t.i>rmnnc up to the standard not daiiKiucniKly n..d. .Wlllhim- In the use of his ulb. Senator

vlirii the Nhowfi. worn drat urKnnUcd! The Sviintoi-lal Situation. son,, of Miunnnpy. Tim. trouble arosu '1'1 1I, .tol'ro has. burn fall htul to hisinrty

fEARNSIDE CLOTHING ca In 1HW!. The DoHoto: County News, of Arcadia over a' wumaii to. both had boss pnylngattenlloii and hl people.; During the

Tliut tliey' have Buoceuded thin makes the following sensible The first car loud or celery from sit years of his term In olllcn more
year wan well. deinoiKtrated Friday observations on the question of the Sanford went north lost Mond,, '. line been accomplished for Florida.

PJILRTKA FLL when nil of the acrobat., riders United States. Sonatorshlp: '[''liu car was shlppod by J. E. Puce, than In any tw'mt'.Y'YfJt of Its hlsory. -

,nerlalheteduge, ponies and clowns KpcoKnIzliiir' the preceulentestab- and wee consigned to Kramwer It has been the unbroken ous-

-. .. ---- .- received, round after round of npObltnnry. Ished by the democratic party that a Iron., 1'lttHburg.fl'', Pace has elghtacres tom: of the Democratic party In
Timeir llamse. faithful. public servant deserves. and In celnry.Rev. Florida to give U. H., senators at loaM
In George Washington's should receive a second term at the J.C. Porter, iintlUntnly editor two terms, nnd this custom ahonl'd 1r
; lands of the people, the News has of the Florida Baptist. Witness, and
Though notunexpected. our city waited to hear rennons advanced not one of the best known linptlst clurgy- not bo broken In the case ot Senator
tho" shoemaker dppondod more this established precedent should nun In the state. died at his house Incala fallaferro. y
saddened last Friday morltingwhen
of Senator Talin- (> last Saturday:, of consumption,
upon; the strength and durability It was learned that Ming lilllle erro, who IB a candidate to succeed after n long Illness.. Attorney' Genoral W. II. Ellis Is. a ;
Anderson had The ilmself. It Is admitted that during a
passed away. prima favorite In I'alatkn, and will
The first of thin
of hia .,leather than upon the sl I between life and death had its first! term which U now drawing!! tarpon season on
ruffle' to a close Senator Till later ro, in cot,- the gulf coast was landed nt Fort tot a big vote. He las boon hero on
grace, Mtylo and olctfanco; of his >een a long( aid severe one. I twin junction with the state's other rupre- Meyers on the lAt It weighed 110 two or three occasloim recently to
borne with clmracterltitlu fortitude. entntlves In thenallonnl' legislature, loundx. A second one was caught moet thq members of St.:! John'AIodKA
shoes. The shoe of'tuday com- ast Monday by a lady visitor which
All that; lovlnp; hearts oonld devise has. accomplished much for' Florida, oijrh.iKl liif:!/ pounds. K. of P., of which ordnr he Is
t (l hines the good qualities of the ind loving' Imiuls could peiforni wn That his vote has been recorded In adlMtingulshod" : member.
1 every Instance In accordance with Judge David J, Pulling 1 of Sanford,
.L 'c old time: one with the 1KU! elegance done for her, but the time for the he policies and principles of the who died) last weilc, was 111 years of I '-' 1 trniiHitlon wan nt hand' Minn Lulls great democratic party when such age and up to a short time before his and. blue enamel, botwuon home and
; K lightness and comfort.' WOK the daiiKhter of tho late General uestlons[ have come before congress lentil accustomed to dally hai'so- lostolllce. Liberal reward tor return
is and Mrs. Etta A. Anderson. Is also admitted. ack tides. Ho was nu able lawyer. to Miss Lnlb.SlracU .
D Our CROSETT shoo, at :!III.6O.} Patton
"The two principal aspirants for and distinguished Judge.
Friend I
My the was born In Moutlcello, and the position now held by Mr. Talla-)
or artistic nnd'nipchaniuul Him Cnfavorablr.
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a triumph lion. Cromwell (Hbb of Jack-
In Mein- '' !! ne
t."I'lIve,1 with Governor W. H. Jennings
"a-l hpnrentll ferro are :
; Have not heard'of sonville speaker of the house of representatives Mr.\ On swell. who bud coma recently
John N. C. Stockton both
excel) you and Hon. "
( nca. pills, Tolin., and then Moi'KanHeld' of whom the News entertains the In the state legislature, Into the possession. of a considerable E
Mciver? )vy. For' the poet several yearn. her lightest personal regard for ns representative will be n candidate' In the coining fortune had decided to erect n large ,t;
home tins been with her mother and cttUens, of the state. But primaries for National, Democratic oUlce building anti wall discussing: the

cc Lane He Is the shoe man whois sister In Pulatbn. It la scarcely too this paper has not yet seen any Joninilttoon.au from 1-Iorlda. plans with nu architect."As .

Curry mush to Hay that there Is hardly: one jlaiixihle reason advanced, why Senator George Ray a young white man'rom to the floors now," sold the architect ;lt
selling a pair of most loved Tallaferro should bo supplanted Mouth Carolina.who la planting "you would want them in mosaic
In the entire community more
Vatterlin's old, stand) in the United States!Senate:! by eitherof watermelons near Ocala. was stabbed patterns., I presume" l
( ....- stylish ladies' /or men's ban she WIIH. The reason is not far' these gentlemen and It takes It In the. back by a colored man lastSaturday "I don't know about that," responded
.. to getk-.she wag loved because she that the campaign' Is nowsuaircfently night and Is In a critical
__ .___. __. __ 'n' advanced for his oppo londltloii. The coloied who did Mr.\ Qaswcll dubiously scratching bisjaw.
In the
was lovable. As a teacher ii
shoes at etc "I hain't prejudice
$3 any
nents to have placed before the public the tabbing was chased by a posseand
!fifms Sunday nhoul and In the city schools their every claim for the o tce. was bliot to duath.Maor against Moses as a man, and ho certainly -
Qastma1oila s, site has left the Impress of her strongfuneral Senator:, Tallaferro has very prbperly knowml a good deal about law
character upon minds., The announced for re-election upon | K. \V. Peabody, for ninny but when it comes to laying floors It 4
DRY PLATES, PKINTINU PAPERS, "CITY services were held nt the Presbyterian Ills record and It has not been .successfully yeaI'll' traveling a'uitht: Florida for kind o' seems to me I'd rutber have 'cm
SHOE ij[ STORE L" shown that this record has this: Jacksonville Tlnies-Unioii dleJat !
and full stock ot Vlu.toKrnphliiH( supplies lie re. church on Saturday at 2IW: n not been creditable to the state and his (home In Sanford,; last Wednoxdny that tinscctarlan-llko.?" Don't it strike you r.

conducted her ', Rev their evening of consumption. Ha had way y'
p m., by pastor to himself; and the people, in
"Loeb'n, ::;tmJ, after which she laid intelligence and sound Judgment will been 111 for nearly a year and unable
r Cleveland, Tribune, CR p't L.R. Lynn, was and to attend to business.. He was secretory \VIIIIoR to Help Him.
Rambler, CreteentHartford;: and Iver .:JCic'ctes. ALATKA.. FLORIDA to' rest In Oak Hill cemetery. The not misrepresentations be misled by misquotations of that record., of the Second district congressional "My husband Is. so poetic," said ono
Excelsior Johnson
.r bereaved family havo I the sympathy III their sense of Justice they will accord committee. Major IVubody lady to another In a car the other day
\ of the entire community. L 11. LOur a fair and Impartial hearing' to was known and highly: esteemed. hi "Have you ever tried 'rubblu' his j:
t Illoyolit Tin,Lamp, Ilelln Hiiartliiic Uooili, rate.t c all the aspirants now before the people nil !parts of Florida and them will j'lots. with hartshorn liniment inum?" 1'\,\
bo of his
riltliy Streotn. and unless reason are shown general regret over news

9\o S'afatUfH. .B='fa.d It certainly I IM. a matter ot'1Cr"ut which hav not yet been advanced dpa h. with Interrupted a market n basket beefy at looking her' feet woman! who ))'
;: t01\ will be slow to retire private
I S, Import to citizens who cake a town'o they who has been Twelve-year-old Itonnlo Vaughn, was seated ut bo lady's elbow ,and ":1
life of Fla.
a public Cutler has been missing
__ ___ .- -- -- --- ---- -. .- see that the publics hl liwnys urn faithful tile best Interests of the from home since the middle ot Feb overheard the remark. "Tbnt'll,. tralght- ,;
sir kept clean. There Id no greater menace state contrary to an established precedent ruary. Ito was last seen on the K nil- en him out ns quick as anything I know 'i
ERNEST CELERY FARMFOR Iu r i to the public* health than filthy simply to gratify the aspirations "- board Air Line track between I.l- of. If be ain't gut It too bad.
I of owr-ambltloiis gentlemen. moula and liiandon. Jllx I father furnishes
inowt honorable fathers 'I
SALE: streets. The the following tlexcrlptluuanti. Once actor meant a parson who could
y + Railroad Watch Inspector of the city of Palathn would only be says: Twelve old small black net Now It means an appearance on !
side U for "
M'tumor Sunny Ciilerjr Farm
Watchmaker, Jeweler doing their duty If they at least FOR 8ALE-SoconI hand "surrey; eyes. dark hair, wearing a brown the stage -Baltimore News.
,1\1"or will runt for a form of yoiira to roBponIblo ,
U 1 running, good order cheap. Applyto
Dlamondsetter. jht colored suit, barefooted the
and pirlln.. Apply JOBltl'll ME8HMEII made seine attempt to clean the SODS. soar 011
Sit it i'uliitkn, Xln. streets. No progress Is possible In N. J. .Tllghman right aide of right leg below knee. If Bryant's "Tlmnntopsls" Is basal up-
found, I will send money to pay his on a \passage frnm \tor""" .
Watches; and Jew any community when the citizens expenses to me here, also to pay any ,n
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for Sale give away their powers t to a body of A Ud Tim. to Coo. expense to party; giving mo the desired n'
elry men who are unable to exorcise Tlcro," according to the Warrens- Inforinatluii. Please have him

I hem. Business.. prosperity dependson burg (Mo.) Journal-Dvmavrat. "la the detained. If fou nd, nnd notify me.
way a Benton county man confessed ut his father J. R. A. Vaughn, CutUr, ....
epalrIngcarefully done Who Doesn't OK ct, Coast? how the merchants. of a city rally a revival: .lie bad been pressed to repent Flit _______ '\"
and In a workman-like to the .support of .nil movements and finally got up and said. Dear'
which will better the condition of friends I feel the spirit moving In moto WHITE HOUSE STABLES.
manner. JI
Broad of"our belting toasted properly>
the they do business In. Those talk and tell what a bad man I have
:\: Lomon Hiroet. AIN1'
;_. la .a treat to almost every one--Mok orwell Tb. .'.... oby'tbe f Tbem Was Destroyed
Aim' worship the almighty dollar been but I can't do It whlla the grand .
LATKA '- FLORIDA. Whether" dry or buttered' or UrlllMli Troop.
/ INSUIdANtI Ja'n covered with boiling miter, or hnlllin would doiibln the number adorers Jury Is In session. The Lord will for White Housu stable was
: ,yrp)i.j.GGvJJ4ft NWJII A4AINST milk there's not a man, woman or ehlUi ,nMhu shrine If they would but show giver shoutcd"the preacher. '1 guess The original south of tho
located about
ECAY not fend of good, tovrit Sao that Livingston's that's right' said tbo penitent, 'but be I sixty yards >
,',,.w, bread In tho foundation.LIVINGSTON'S .- that \by the use of inonuy Improvements : White House In which are now the
ain't on the grand jury .
[New Goads i could be muds., private grounds of the cxecutlra mansion ..
BA ERY. Rumor has It that there Is. money H. W..ld B. Left. and wits the first thing destroyed tw t..

II nee I,.m while It lies there Inactive. thread wag being: uncomfortably crowded by house during tho war of 1812. Presidents (

[:Have ArrivedConstating 'Cull Taper, Glass, llIl Iso- GOOD WOOD disease rears' Its. awlul /head In our the jolly looking fat man In the trolley Monroe and Adams kept their
car "these cars should charge by horses. nt a livery stable and when
iiiklst-the health of all are endanl -

f1i(,.' of BUGS ,t'' mining, YurnUhos, fte._ Wood that. burns free, 'wood that l nred because those who are intended welghtr'"Think! sot" replied. tbo fat man. General House bo Jackson had a stable came built to the at a White point

;' : work equally,. right either for to serve the pnbllo weal are "Then! ) they wouldn't tbluk It worthwhile some distance from the presidential 1

'GRASS CARPETS, ART E. E. DODGE, cooking or /heating purposes faithless to tho trimt.Cltlxensl to stop for you."-Philadelphia mansion. This stable was also used fora COMING I

SQUARES, MATTING\ PALATHA: .' PLORIDA 'Send your order to nrouse yourselves. before Ledger.' time by. President Van Buren but
Etc. The lice i in very \ It Is too Intel! Atcltiite cleait streets; I later he boarded big horses at a livery
-, ROOKS' Cash force your (arvanU who hold public wail Po..... stable. .
complete and beautiful!, : Niblick-Solomon war. wise man. President Tierce kept his hone. In a
t VISIT THE ORANGE( GROVES Wood Yard ollloo to do your. bidding, und-Huve, He know all that there was to know stable which was erected In the Wblte
while there \is yet time, the health/ 01 his A. K. HAWKESThe
Foaale-Naturally a man with extensive House grounds ut a point comparatively
? A Gerber &- Sons .at and wrt will! supply' you. Thnnft g. our fair coiiinuinlty. assortment of wives must have but a short distance from the mansion -

SAN MATED, FLA. Gutters fu/l)I Iof water" ,with green heard alt that; was going on.-Boston. Itself. When President Buchanan kt

f.. :rbo... eeUndertalting The Launch MIST has. boon charlerec" SMITH'SCOHFECTIOHSARE slime on top, waste paler chokingup Transcript came to the White House bo had the Famous Atlanta Olicianor
and Embalming. by thn"Wan. Mateo Fruit Company and tho vnaln street and with the advent stable' enlarged.'aud it was. again enlarged ,
< will leave. Pstatka. every day beginning orfprlngweciUiof noxious kll1d.ro'llIg On. .........***. for President Lincoln, who kept
MM/r1AryatM'f'k,1PytAesM, Jan.. 2d at 1 :::10. returning at 6. A drllghtful THE BEST. high in the center of the Kalckcr-Do you believe lu a college a large number' of horses President
cue ot his prootlral optician 'will be w
t sail six miles each > Frui ;
: WI Y education tckol'-Ye It teaches a Jobnnou also made use of this stable
for sale at theGrovea, Take the Frill Packed ID Prett// Pound PackagH, 5Qc. highways, these are conditions bloh boy's father bow to take care of Ills for his horses and carriages Vto at our store fur FOUR DAYS, beginning

HEN YOU WANT Company's Launch HIST. Fare COu roundtrip call for notion quick and lasting. Up uioncy.-Llfo. Lincoln's. time there was. no water In

J., F. liltEWER. Buy n Box of Bon .Ikms. cltlxons.. and act! the stable, save the limited supply MARCH 9rH.

Furniture; Mattings; Manager Phone 4S. Hot Drinks nt 1{fountain. A CITIZEN CHaIlDBBLUIII'a route, CHOLERA AND obtained from a small well and It was
F. DAVENPORT, Curt, on Hoard : Aux -DIABBUOIA REMeDY customary to toke the White House '
i1[ ,Cloths, Linoliums,, Hugs"' Tobacco I* the best and most popular medlolno horses* to the Potomac river fully half We Invite, you to cull and' have your
'?' Art Squares pr Windrow: AN'rED-A trustwoitby gentlemen Pipes, Cigars.Ia. lluw often you hear' It remarked I In use tat bowel complaints. It never a mile distant In order that they might oytts tested I trllll Sir. Hawks. ha.. alt
or I&dylll each comity to manage buslnesa l- "Ik's only a old," and a few..Ja'e&Ier\ falls. and Is pleasant to take Mr. B tb.. modern appliance* for tho sclcntldoadjiiatmant /
Shades, consult!' for an old established/ liou* ot solid AttMIJre. : : : ::: learn that the man U im his back with Woodward ot SoeaynKy.. says' ', "I be watered, and frequently the White ol glawe t> the ya..
Haanolal etoodtog. A straight hon pneumonia. ThU 1. ot snob. omnmoaicournoi have handled Chamberlain's Cello nouns carriages! were taken thither to
S. MOONEY. tide weekly salary. ot' 8AOpaid by chock -, -- Lemon. Mt., P.Ltaa.The : ts6 a oold. however slight, Cholera. and Dltrrhoea Remedy for be washed.. -Untdoor Sport.
> each Monday with all expnnaea dlreo ol\mr."I tneotingatMndlaucalled should not be I:WIi('&1'1'7" big line of th.*A good.* and fromheadquartera'Mousy! advanced lop Thursday. wan postponed lale'Cuugh: (( Bimedy eounteritot oojtvnditnoy ) that did not Rlv. perfect' ..SHttsFwtlnn Martin Griffin & Co., distributing' A AG KmMAN & STEWARTJAUpgIQT8
jt making,exoywISogly low prlnes DOW. for expenses Eno'os addressed' en a* n mArk, 01 ruspvot for ex-Guv toward ponuraoaln.. always! and It I Ie the best gelling diarrhoea medlela '- agent[ for Wllsou A Toomor Fcrtlllx .
.. Uonager, 300* Cuton DUlldlllCtl1Qai9 /,(, Uloxham, whose wife's. .fua rnl oo- cures snd I 18 pleasant Uk. for gale) that I handle" for gale! by Aokraaa :- .m.' Sold at Jacksonville prices ..
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-- I T.;rlgatloa I under b-. searchlight;; atenhllo T large *unv in rolwtps rutht' C. n\ t to insult your intmagenoo': He elect him to the United states Benatoh I A.:E. WU.SON'' QEO.: E. WELCH, : T. B. MEnnILt

THE PALATKA NEWS discussion and tha.-presa of finger CO ]'iJltIlY. I wan not innneited \ says that cumpoutlon<< stifled, on will be true to you! tt has a ton VBMtUBNT.: VlCJB l'BBIII1)BNT. CASuaL.

ADVERTISER Florida wera decIded by a majority with that company In 1HKO). !tnt' the one tinnd and, on the other almost >lllar sound, hasn't HT TH Putnam National
AND BankOf
p of a Legislature of good<< and upright bad no connection with It nor Int.-roHt. "in the same breath and with "flut .. .o whom has Mr. :Stocktonever

and to be wholly un la It until nearly two years attor Mr bllnct:.' and logical rage.; Attacks the boon trueT
patriotic men
Kntpreil at tl ,, Palnlkrt( pmitolUceKH :U.a.tlca.:
) ( Reneke says ho began checking Wholesale Grocers' Association of "To Democracy :
mailablu matter of the second founded. 1 may call attention especially -
? fact that all of the those rebate, and tho tact la, I have Jacksonville composed of twenty-five "Mead his record.
to the
cln$M.l never In my life asked a railroad for competing houses which could not I To the contract of his bank with We solicit the account" of the pwpln throughout( Putnam Oonnty and tender 'u
covered the maze
charges are up aonfilslnnt with
the courtesies anil! nooorainodalJmm (KIWI I DISliking
a rebate for myself or anyone else. be In existence lot alone compete the Clearing Association?

Frt l la 'i'..Ij.Ii'I'i I.vRUSSELL.. ut I'nltitka. 1"11on of and the that past but, long on.; before of them my-which election! I Is 1 became interacted in Ute com'lll1nyDecember'IO. if. .as bo siya cotnijotltlon, had boon !. "Ho tolls you himself that ho disregarded l. __ .. --- -- .- _------- -. -_ _-_ .- _.. __ __._ =

I' palpably unfounded relate to my: 1800 and about a year stifled. Those blouSe gtew up. from ; It. i- -+. -. '"?-

iA VICKERS. record.or.. the time of my service InOOnllr. afterwards without, duties was or elected compensation vtco-proBldent\ and, year Dot over ago Ova to over la fruitiness twonty-flve seventeen in buul- ""Mr.To his Call old says friend.not.Senate Call -=:;;: ::E=>u tnarc.:::: :Jharr.o..o.oy: : : ::.

I had nothing; whatever to do with tress there today.' How before an "And so I repeat to whom ba* Mr. PALATKA. FLORIDA.

w... A. RUSSELL.! Pallor NO CORPORATE INFLUENCE. tho management of the concern and Intoiligout public caa he. reconcile Stockton ever been true 7 Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries and

never bought or sold for it a single these statements* "No. V. Governor Jennings: says I Pate n ts0PRESCRIPTIONS -

ot grocorlos or anything else. ""Do'vover it Mr. Stockton chooses have done nothing since I have been
In. ordarnamed pound
1 take up the charge the CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.VnXHH .
I TALIAFERRITS REPLY "1 am not a defender of freight discriminations to go put of his way to attack. Lbs In C'ongress."t: '
GAUDS:! HKI; ). Agents M..II"rYIIII..b1p
by you: J,10l|,
and I believe. In full accord buBlnetta associations ot Jacksonville, claim no results- whatever not(
C .,.n, "' ._il. .:: "Si : +
"No. 1. Mr. Stockton says that my with ray" party, that thore should that Is solely bin affair. But It seems associated with the work at my colleagues

Senator Anawara the Lotterof I II election by corporate Influonco 'wo bo a Railroad CommlBalon In every to mo that a docont regard for'conglnloncy .' Senator Mallory wnil Congroosmoa1 .

I' so brazen that the people wore astounded. Slate aa well as an Interstate Com would In this cose as wcllas Sparknian and Cavls. Collerllvely -

Mr. Frank! Harris. .* morce Commission for tho protection that in regard<\', to rebates", Impoj however, we can p.<>lnt. with joy *the --a Co Stove

4r REFERS TO ATTACK ON RECORD. "TLla: statement not only aisatl or fchlppers. and both equipped with him to tell you of. a similar association '' some degree of prldo (pardonable I !

me but. a majority of the members suck powers as will Insure the to which he himself! belonged. 'I' hope) to what has been lone, the ;

and Conservative of the Legislature of 18UU and 1 I. prompt and equitable adjustment ofall BTDCKTON'S INCONSISTENCY reeults of which may be summarized

_ I i Clesn, Dlgnlfl wholly without foundation In fact. questions which may arise between I The National Dank of the State here In round numbers ai Hollows:

; Slstement of Foots-Ocala DannorPreoonU The people at Florida have not for- ) shipper and carrier. ot Florida of which he was presl. IndIan war claim collected.,11,100,0m/) -

the Communication In ana dent, was a member for a number ol flAvor and harbor appropritions ..- if
il tcUen that all of the newspapers ran buy
Attractive Form.-.Stronn Editorial the loading mon of the State familiar LOWER FREIGHT RATE3. years of the Jacksonville .ClearingAssociation. . . .aooouo) you
v.lth what occurred commented upon The article of agree- Public buildings & grounds _

Indorsement and "It may bo added that the Florida 'nEint of the association provided, under appropriations . ". 600,000
the cleanness of that election want comfort.
delegation has been an Important heavy penalty, for the maintenance Lighthouses, naval stations you
letter fact
Wo print In today's paper a congratulated: Florida upon the
from Senator Tallaferro In reply to that there were no scandals at our factor in obtaining lower freight rate of certain rates of exchange etc. . . 100,000
- r for Florida' by eucceosiXilly. advocating and that bank should clear for .
II cortnlu charges niado against him by capital such as had been witnessed, no Pensions, Seminole war ven- and ; In
the the Improvement of rivers and any other bank of that city not e epans and their widows. economyi .
tiiso: who opvoaa his return to and deplored at capitals el ewhero."Is I -
-I United State Sonata. it not strange that If Mr. Stockton harbors. Ten years ago the bualness nwmbor of that association. In citing each year . 100.000
I I' of the ports of Florida was insignificant this I do not attack the bankers of WBucIk's
and h
It Bou.ua to ua that the frank roilly bollevoa what ha Bays *
exNlicltniann'-rlnwclchhe meetstnosechargos should have been among those who compared to what Ifc--ts- today. Jiacktonvllle or tbolr association 1 Total" about . .84,100.000 short,

; clearly entitles him to a fair Imn'edlately after the contest sought I As an example the business of on. elm-ply' wish to unmask the hypocrisy "This means more than fl per cap ZCOOKs
1 Florida, port has grown from loss! of who Into business
a man goes Ita for every man woman and child
and his letter did extend1 congratulations -
1e and Impartial hearing;, me. as ha to
strongly to the ; ? I than a million dollars annually to associations! for business purposes In tho State of Florida; sad the coloctlon -
must appeal very
I I over twonty-flvo millions. The and then masquerading ae 'the friend of the Indian war claim
: provided
L member ot
of the State. "Mr. iitockton was a
Democratic. voter lolltl- Convention. which freights have sought the cheaper or of the people,' denounces them la Vis the affairs of State are adtnlnstered '
ills tho Dtival
County \
A should discharge ( Busk's Stove
I water haul fluade available by deeper \wj a or Range
I ') cal duties as conscientiously aa he unar..Imonxly! piopascd my name for effort to obtain publlu offic wisely and honestly, should

I dooj hU moral and religious obligations the Senate! and' with charactorlstla ,. water; and as such Improvement "He aald In St. Augustine that bethought have, the effect of lowering tAxes'and

otBuflraao of Democratic law hastened !' progresses so will the business .01 I ; he was not In the bank when lessening the burden of all tha people
right disregard
and i in oixrclnlns ,
: that port increase to the advantage! that association was formed and Florida.
I We've for 19D4
hould weigh; the evidenceaa to Tallahassee and fought my J a Big Line
I of both producer and consumer.I 'he Governor
III a jury trial. election and It nlll not bo forgotten I II when he returned to the bank "But the say he colloct-

:" Wo fool that Senator Tallaferro Is thut hero were" no railroad Interests'I' have made some inquiry Into didn't pay any attontlon to that association od the Indian war claim that he took

N I th system of rebates alleged; to have aoyw&)'.' the money to Florida."I .
fairly entitled to a re-election, and believe at Tallahassee fighting for me. but | '
that this will bo the people'svertMct seine of them were .there and active obtained some- years ago, and am In- "ttow poor a ploal! Which horn may say here that no momibor
for four.ed by reliable parties that. as of the dilemma will he .take.-a man of the delegation handle a Bin git; '
_ at the ,oiia.. my opponent
the result of a rate war between who his solemn Dullness
His record aa a Senator has far disregards warrant for any of the Florida> appro--
convicting rallrondd, freight concessions compact, or one who denounces In irtallona enumerated above. This
....._l surpassed tho moat sanguine expectations THE PRIMARY SYSTEM. .
I of hIs friends and no public or rebated, wero given-not other what ho doe himself wholly perfunctory and purely clerical
to one firm alone, as Mr. Stockton I "Hut thoro Is nothing In- Mr. Stock- < duty Is delegated elsewhere and
_ L servant from this State has accomplished No. 2. Mr. Stockton says that i 'I
have always bitterly denounced the wruld have you believe-but to oa's: charge as to rebates-so (far at the Governor la entirely welcome to
l. so much in the same length
wholesale merchants generally at least aa I am concerned. Nothing credit deeerva -- --- - --
- r ot time. primary system.; There Is no founcla- I whatever ha may for --

Just what hla achievements have lion In fact for this statement. I was competing: points. more. Indeed than there Is In any receipting! officially for j;all money

'tern is modestly mated In the letter among tlioae In the United States | "In his attack upon the C. O. Rog-- of hla charges. Most of them, aa I I OBTAINED BY ACT (}:}' tl.t.JNOIims.a.. : Ackerman & Stewart

that we today lay before our reader !Senate who (strenuously endeavored i I eve Company why does Mr. Stockton said In Introducing this letter are and also. for taking U home.

- I ) *.-Editorial Leader< In Banner. to bring to. a vote the resolution to BO studiously conceal from the puiblla but the repetition and reiteration ot "Thanking you- again for your courteny ,

amend the Constitution to provide for the fact that he was connectedwith tho samo old things learned In that In offering me the columns ot ((318T YEUOF PROSPEROUS BDSINESS.)

I a wholesale house which also magoglo and disturbing school of The Banner, and apologlrlng for the
cI Hon. Jas. P. Tallnforro Washington the: election of United States Senators "

1 .b n. 0. : Dear Sir-The unbroken by direct vote of the poplo--a) received rebates In the same rate politics In which. ho was tutored athteehlng lIna\old&lIle length of th.la communl- Wholesale and Retail Druggists. $ "

- custom ot the Democratic party in stop far In advance of Mr. Stockton. war* Has ha.conveniently forgotten over and over of old straw cation I have the honor to be, wiUaraurance

L Florida has boon to give Its officials It? Let ns refresh his memory. Mr. winch was threshed tote chaff yearsago. of great respect;

I THE: PARTY PLATFORMS."No. erktou::< was one of the member of He makes no charge/ as to my "Very truly yours
two terms it their conduct' in office -
the\ Tampa Commercial Company, record In Congress except ono-and "JAB. P. TAIJAFBIUIO." Fresh Garden Seed "'.
; bAs been at all creditable. :
4 S. lie asserts that 1 denouno-- established largely through his efforts. that as to the Aldrich\ bill-and he J.I'r.r. \N Jltlt'.U'- &'11"11"' ..
"Without attempt to Hitter .
any .
l "Bund" In youOOTTOH'd.
,iHe had' la .
been the wholesale can produce no Democrat of the Vetted
;mil It lt> but fair to say that your .d thr! Chicago; and Kansas City plat. l'lLl'lIeMK Cannot lin Cui-c. -
.L roi.ord: has boon exceptionally good. grocery or grain; business with William States Senate who' will say other ..y-I..I a|)|>lloalliiiiii M they e niio}',.,...'h tin. INDU: ctriid
14 firms. Root In Jacksonville and than that I opposed that measure: 011......... p.lrll..o..r tIn far, TlKiro In ..in7. *>nowav
I During ycur term In office the Indian to oiirf. d..1"...., mid Dial' In by O'tiiMt lit 25 cents l or bottle. Guaranteed
'this statement li also wholly ua- through his experience In the busi I opposed It because It was I byACKERMAfJ
*1 war claim baa been collected; the II...".., rorueil ".. Do- those IH"UHeil bVMlilnlitinitd ,
founded. On the contrary I have In- ness. Induced others to embark with thought In the Interests ot the trusU cuiidltlttn,, or >tIe nniiuit Itnti tc ..f t>><. & STEWART. DRUGGISTS.
soldiers" of the Seminole Indian war ,
1 + : Iii .It-ln. lilAtt' Tuliu. wnoii tIlls elba !10 lalIomoI7II
1_. of 16G41. 1 nnd tholr widows have, vnrlubly stood fulrly and squarely onDnlU'K'ratic him In the Tampa enterprise. This and Inimical therefore to the Intoreats'of linve r..m"II"II".d..r" Inipurrro' It uiHK. .. .- --
platforms and without company received rebates. Just ns-dld the poopla. nttU wbon I It lit clITlroly cln4v4j, Ioorne' 4 IHhi
Vt bonn pensioned; the State haa received I rvMiilt 1 iitlil tin' leu* II,. mlliKiiitnatloii, non .to: Georgia oulhcr1 & Florida
_ I IL Iirgflr appropriations for river and exception have supported and voted. ether companies at competing points. LOYALTY TO PARTY. Ink." oulaiul tills.. dub ...ti.r..lln l s Ito nnlniniXindlUon RYe
.. .
"Who solicited honrliiK will btt tlt sIr' yO'l' fornTnrilna .
.4 Zle% harbor Improvements and for the b bt location for the nominees Democratic\ Con- I the rebates or UAIWII out ft ton ftroculMil by "",,,',,: -J..nCttl Tlnio Tithlc, EffccHvo.jniio 28, 11M): .

< and erection of public buildings vontlons. Can Mr. Stockton say as whether} they wore rollclled at all I "No. 8. Mr. Stockton says that hlDh 1 t.,In4Ii Hrrvlo tilt hut. an liiUuiiueil. Otmilillou' uiii I ftD: DOWN. READ vi.Hll.K .
LI ntiti' fltiM *
do not know. I did not
-I rL. than In any similar period and much? certainly. am under the Influence of tho Standard Wa. will .Klo One UumlroJ Dollar for any i. :]'fi .. ;; ---- -
"No. 4. Mr. Stockton declares that They began I am toUf when a steamship els.' of DnalutiMH (. ait.vtl hy ca.t.srrl.|-tbst ') tilllll.* -Hu'nOI'i' uulck ti'iilnBtit '' Slino"f-
your name appears on many of the Oil Company, It I In difficult! to tot bo ouri'.l by iliiir: Untarrucuro; IIrr::: Ily1.Iyor_ I I.BU.I.A. .yiyir
line established .
- most Important t.indlng and apeclal I hIt Is unalterably opposed to the Fowler was between ha (.ollta and answer this statement alruularn.. trao.V. PM- ; ;; :

commlttoos of the Senate( which enact currency bill and the Al- Mobile and Tampa which put into as it (reserves to be answered. I am J. CIIENB kon'rIoeo.. 4 :211) utiam. M II J']' rv141l'v".. ..- .. .. ......AIII..J\r'' 4 III 'A'M1'\i
Raid l
>y DruKitlHls. lid, ,
t Tampa the Jacksonville- air ... Katlilofn.. .. ., 5 21!
show that your Influence Is felt and drlcli bill. and nooks to create the freight rate.Jsckaon'l1Ie softer the Influence of no corporation llaT.: Family rum aru the bunt.Oo 0 IIIn I-...'.. I > go Lv-------------:::: : : : : .I HivunllbUtoLr : '::::...::. Lv: 8 11II : ion

roc, ngnlzod In that body. impression that I favor these ineaauroa up to that time having company or Individual. I am In the .vig -' : .... .. '.. .... ....Itnailllla....... ....- .,.LY ira > 2IIII ,s
; The facts Senator been" practically the booing point for to Mrs. Puddy's l Central JPHI' A? LV........-. .. ...vioitiiu.. ... .. .... ..........f. iciS ; in SIt
t. "Notwithstanding these facts you I are that no United States Senate to do my part nn street. for chickens end egirs.1 1o T I".. fti 1'8 I I ,- r,... .. .. .... .. ......Conloluj .. -.-., ... ..-"'..Ly 0.1II It.. a...
_ Florida
ratoa. To make 1 .
waa/ more onjphatlcailly opposed ta It plain the l.v ... ,*rnIl, .g..i-V 55
p.y must be aware that certain charges those bills than I and I activeIn Tampa merchants could ,buy a barrelof In representing the Interests of the < (Qrnnxrle 7 !A:' JIN or Lr .. ..:::::-:- Woith, :::::.. : :.;:: ,,,:.l.v: S It
was State. of "Florida and the record H Iv. .. .. AeIlbIIfl.-,1.V I CI 'i'iII Isis
have boon inado
r against you In the I tho fight that defeated tile Aldrich flour and have It delivered! at Tampa shows whether not I have H ; : ui n $. :::: : : ::..... ....;;..:::': :,;,;.: :.l.Lv IC :SI u ::
newspapers! and on the stump by or been U .. ..... .. 11\.1
Lv Lenox J. tol
by the Mobile line for /i.l .M i HH
those who aro opposing your return I bill--tho only one nt tho two that the samd recreant to my duty. It show that Let UsKnow 0 41 I.V.... "- ....-.l Hp-irks .-...."-,..-t. Vf*.... I.. ,5 ... 111 I..
_____i oamo bofooe the Senate for consid eight it would cost a Jacksonville of I) : a L..,... .. .. ........iVilnl'.......-.......ei.,.. L. M II ITII se.
to the Senate. To be specific It IIclarlled I merchant to have a barrel of flour no vote mine has ever b on. cast II .-.--- .-U iirlliia, | ... ......:... L. II'" .Ut 55.
eratlon. In favor oftbe trusts It 111" ... lnldolft .Lv 11 HI UI
lIt 11II
: : ; toy -- -
"The purpoia ot the Aldrich bill, delivered from the west at Jackson. Your V M 0-------g : : :--- I :: .:.:::::::: : : Ar 11 tOl: ::
"1. That your election by corporata alty to my party on every question A .....--.. .. ...Hnrlnw...... ....._... ... ...I.y Vt' 11&11I\
was, not a. Mr Stockton Implies to villa. Some ot tha railroads running ...... .. .. ... .... .. ...
Infliieure was so brazen that tbe I at Issue; It shows that no discredit: : ii" Lv. .FI. ..... ..... ..... .L. 111H w It..
lN out of Jacksonville .. .. ... ........ .. .
Issue currency hut to dlstrtbuta the resented this,. being Wants II .1 enter. .. r. M 0 118
people aatoundetl.1IL has been brought; upon the fair name Grocery ...' .... "L'"j .. .
t1 : were l 1111. ....... ..1. HUH" 8 40 .
"2 That are opposed\ to the surplus In the United States Treasury I ; threatened as they argued, with of Florida. ...... hI--------1- '.. ..... ',..** i... Iv M :sm 8 "UH"
you prl ..
in times of stringency among the groat loss of business through; the I ...., .---------------a.;. 7 sit 7 70
ItI :; mary ayatnm.L competition of the "Let us examine somewhat Into the sud thorc, 11'11 1 be no ground of) complain \lI"1 I : A MIB tat'
: "3. That :you denounced the Knnsai I national banks upon their deposit as steamship line. In record of Air.! Stockton. lie claim at the quality. A M-**:* ;, -., 1\ 1.-
security of State order to retain the business they cut .1 ll) 4 tilLs .. .., '... .Ar 4.1IlltD .
county municipaland Juu
f I City and Chicago: platforms. bonds. A the rate. There were cuts In retaliation that he Is a Democrat. Where was We have all the loading .:: :. : I 43 s 14II Lv : ;.:;:;::Luke I'nrH.:.'-.::..:::: ::.'.tir- I,11 w4l
railroad surplus In the In 1802? and for Is 7VI ...Lil.v HI H
he hilL.---------------- iinltiaAlkl
That did .
l'. 4. by tunmUtaUable Implication Treasury can result only from unn o backward and forward, and It long be ::: .: .,::::: : : : :::... : .- | ':-,,- .:,::;.;: ::.- allIH I. *:* -
you were In favor of the Fowler In this remain In the Independent fold t BREAKFAST .. .. trnHI II III'i' I., .. ....... "1fIC.. ..1'r..I1.. ...... .. JLvi '
? nsuot currency bill and the Aldrich etitary taxation. There should be nauciieceimary was war that the wholesale Home: years certainly and he Is still : CEREALS i ta 700 LV....... .. .. .... IJlkcl rily. ...., ......_- ..J,. ,111\\( N 61 fI' -
: and therefore houtes Including; the Tampa Commercial -. T f.itv....... .... ... Luko 1I"'I.v. 't 'I 7
to bill In tlio Interests ot the trusts. no fresh from a camp that has been con. : and 8.17 5 16!LV... .-.. ..........Hniiipmm. VI17 .,. .. L, 7" I ""
"5. That went Tallahassee considerable surplus. Unnecessary' Company were given re siMontly: antagonistic; to Democrat they are all of the FBESH VABIBUY. ... .. .* Ml) II a 1 t.v..... .. ......l"IIIo.! .. .... ..,........... I SC\\ 7 h
_ you* to I taxation Is In the nature of the bates. I am further Informed that Nothing. gets muety or mouldy I ..... 0 It o.TIv .. ...... "Ir.iiriIn. ..--... .. ; .. Uloi HS.1I, -
b during the last session ot tho LeftlaItturo using tha. rebates In more lights than one. It la open this pliiue.' V a don't keep. our, slock .. .. a III'HI. 81"LV' .......... ....I'loallh.me.... u_.. JY 414. 0 5.1
(ftovernnrcnt for extortion and to extort were of no direct benefit( hlHtorv that he bolted II) or---------- 1..I..lIu.. ....., ...-. .. _., s meA
ant "nosed the passage or the I u Un__ _rmvnCounty _._. wo s..IIIIL'a aoiiaaout Drill_._ nnintnir. to.. J"P :r..1 ; LYAIi.
n n m ---- A M
to -
of the .
_ I r aott-truit bill. money from the people for any any wholesale houses-thai Convention of that year, went all the IIrne.- .

: ; 1 purpose i In In open violation of Dem- every dollar cut from tho freight rate ti Tampa at the head of Hchuclufoof: tlmeAlt.Yenr.llounti0'Dixi.F1er.. ; '! __ _
"b Timt a
through, your Influence re- contesting We make a luadlollllpcl..lty _
ocratlo principles and !bad also to be cut from the price of "- U. "; --r.1r1Wi1l.. : -.
l boliu wcio ob' ln..1. from the railroads obviously groceries by the wholesale'fUealora dole! Ration and In spite ot the fact of the beet 7'lllplI.. I.. ... .. .. .. .. lIrk..n.ll1o.A.. '-.-81O.m
j wrong that the tribunal II I IS!) roUM L.a--------------.VniIint& .Ara OA
to mS
for which p
till! C. 13. Rogers he had '
Company "' '
"I also opposed the discrimination In order to hold the trade In the disputed a m Lv :-: :: :.r=!:'. TIru.n. .- ..- ,:;::.: :: Ar 6.1 a m
'" Butter Cheese.-
and *
ii 1. That through those rebates com appealed that his organtaa I 4H a ra Lv .. ..' .. .. ..Idle.---------- a mTlio
_ petition IVU stlfletl, and that as a result In favor of national banks contemplated territory. So that after all It non had J so rljhta in the convention S Sit. u mT3n Ar : :: : .:"'o'"filtolli'Bv':: : !:: :...:::." :" t* J 11 no
by the bill as well the : appears that the ,consumer was benefited Teas and Coffees. *
whoIosRlo house after wholesale as accepCanco by the ho returned to Duval. County and. a In tr--------- Atlanta .. ........ Lv 0 ID
: of railroad bonds 8.11 security competition prices to npafn with ..0. M. L. Hallway
house fntlod- In JacbsonvlIU; In an effort fur Government I him 'being necessarily lower In consequence characteristic disregard Wo have a very fine bland of Toffee ai t Ml) pm Ar...... .-.. .-.hIl1l8"'S". .. .... L.
to com>!>ete with that company. money. for Democratic law, supportad an ID 15 Cents or 2 pounds for 23 tents that II IU |, .ni At. .. ............N..h.III..L.!
1 I of the rebates. When the 11 II pin Ar...........-...Klnt'llitk' ... ...... .". ..1.1
1 8. Tlmt you are under the Influ Mobile ships taken/ dependent movement.'In : you aa't duplicate' la this: city. at 20o per Illinois usaul'. Hallway, -
nee c-f the Stondard 011 Company. I ANOTHER UNTRUE STATEMENT. off some 1896 without In any. way dabs pound 7i'0'* n i m o\r ... ....t).. Ix'>iilM. ...-.........I.. 1.311 P m
: years ago, the freight
war I ;
.l". .It Is also charged; that :you have' ended tog or endeavoring to secure recognitloa ; Wejcnn also supply|, you with the vary PIX1K" I I'LYKIII..11, tonv 'No.' 5. Mr. Stockton say that I are toUL-anJ: with It the rebates and, highest grade Cuflee.If Jtw' kiM>nvllki. ,and nan-li H Pit,1111,15IIIIIToS (Driiwlns, ittHim Mt..lK'r( ) putw..itn MitMin ."'II"*:
nothing for Florida and deuerv was at Tallahassee as 1 understand the rebates havo not by the State Convention, bu winvttlo.aiiiroiitti: 'In blot, II'ou 81. Luut ,.MiK* via AtlitnM.. uhaltHU'ioia.' N_ ''lIn, Monte .'d
no crmllt' for the collection of the Indlun during the, sessIon been given since. COD leut to remain without the party It's, FREHH: GROCBIUES 'you'want Cairo' ,. ? /

I war claim. of the last ztsliture fighting the I palo he beaded aa Independent tick null on .,." ci onus......,"..8TRI.t..otlrl..ln.."...J""k o.'lIIo. belweou Meets libtI,. PalatSa._?*ana eorrlM, Through OKI.Wttna

: "4I your public duties require you' anti-trust bill. et as. a candidate for the Legislatureand. .
to ho In Washington and hence cannot "This statement Is also wholly un. ; through/ tho active support ot L.- STEPHENS Vloe-rnnliiaut. :Maaun \aa. flan'l. 1'..... ALBOH '"

I. reply to those charges. from the founded. Indeed by what strangt Stockton has sought to Dennis Easan succeeded In getting J'. U. \l\tf. : rKRY,1) 1-1! A\, Jwkswivllln, Fin. A. DELI, AII..O'.

: .tUlDo!'. your constituents, or at leas process of reasoning" can ha reconcll the people of Florida by alleg.prejudice a mall majority over tho Cieinocratinominee. Kirby nod Morris Sla., Tulatha, Fla. -- -

I .. a number of them. think that you his statement with the fact that in -Ing that the O. B. Roger Companywas ; I say 'active support,' because Or-Telephone 84 and we will! bring the

should reply to them In some publla Warhlngton I voted for the anti-trust the only firm receiving rebate I have in amy pomeanlon circular R
manner and, for this purpose I tender bill and for every Democratic amend. He even wont so far as to cay that li.sucd: by Dennis) Eagan aa

;: you the use of the columns of mont olfered thereto? the convpetltlon of this company Chairman of. the State Uepubllca Restaurant t

:t. tho Ocala Banner. Very truly t "It Is true that I went to Tallahaajsee armed with rebate to the dlaidvan. executive Committee, advising the

) "FRANK HARRIS." as I conceived It to .be RepublIcans to support the bolters.
my dutyto tare of
competitors caused 'foliar
bo! there an ] discuss generally with after failure among the wholesale "Tbua. as an independent, Mr. Furnished. HooomA, GOING WEST OR NORTHWEST

"Mr. Frank Hairls Ocala. Flo. menL ers the ,e*
My Dear Sir-Yours of tae 14th ln-j I I and to ascertain their views upon "At St. AugustIne when I asked her cf the legislature In 1897 bm. TRAVEL VIA

slant tendering me the columns of questions! of national Invport. I had I milted to tba support of Senator' 'tfu At
him .
,, U name tha that. bad
companies CHICAGO
tha Ocala Banner to reply to certain no word to say in the subject ot failed then a candidate for re- IeUon: In & FL9RIDA.LI: ITJ3D.:
ba saW that
J. R. Xyian had
t charges made by my opponent In the State legislation other than to favor a short time Mr. Call was elbowedout I CJiasKupperbuscijs|
that W.
S. Wlghtmaa had failed Solid Vestibule
Train of Pullman Observation
Banalorjal: campaign. which ,
charges liberal approbations for educational of the race and Mr. Stockton I Bleeping- ;

__ you enumerate ball been received purposes. I wish to see the young 'which. and he that did there not "then were other recall.failures. was the-candidate la his stead. Wha I Piiliitkn ;= llorMu, Library Dining Car and CoAches, between St.:\Augustine

; and I take pleasure In availing myself men and ot iloe( Mr.! Call say ot the procedure!
young women Florida so and
Chicago OukLv
"Mr. Tyson' las since -Only One Night -
- : of yotrrklnd offer. I :
deprecate equipted a.. will enable them. to _sucetsfully > In public print the statement ol Mr. I quote from his circular Issued BOon School Shoes 1 ;
a ccntest full of
so misrepresentation compete In every walk of Stockton to be a slander. alter the contest: IlL Auuuktlae. : .. :; .. ,: G. Bt.: 1 6U sa

1 as to make this reply seem nee 113e' with the youth of any State. J "Mr. Wlgbtman1, I am since Informed 'Soon alter this time when my KOK. Ar .jncksuuvuio." ,, ..v. . .v.v\, : :.:' !:"; .' .. .7, x"i'; '. llliOIll

t snary. I began; my campaign at appeal t. each and .every member of I election wan probable to occf ult!- S Lv Jacksonville.': .,. :.. i. ,.i..t. . ' did retired l'l'p p-
- Punta Cords without personal allusion that legislature each speaking foil not fall but on ac irwiloly, Mr. Stockton for the thIrd Boys and Girlsat Ar Tirton. . ... ;. .. .'..*r:.a.'.r. ?.-:.:v. :. '-, '' .

t E to say candidate-Indeed, I said hlinse, to say If I ever approacLet count ot his health when ba wa* dole time, proposed (10 me toiiow him to Lv Tiftrn---------------------.. ,v.. : .CI. 8. A, K. R7. . --.. 1 19 r-
a satisfactory and profitable business Ar : --.. .. . 0 r
kt I would not complain If others be. candidate to ouit From -Macon---------------------------- :
the office sought aim or attempted' : to Influence him ': It then remains for Mr. Stockton a *and .astured me of hi.! prices you. Lv "wn' . . . .. .. . . . )lln" of 11.. -.R1;. 'I l plAt
; It was a high and devotion to me and gave bit personal $1.15 to $1.15.Come and Atlanta----------------------- ui
against the .anti-trust bill. I to make gooj bla statement that .;. .. ,; 4. .i 7 pro
honorable one. worthy of the ambition tier was failure alter failure pledge and promise that ha would see them. Lv Atlanta------------------------- .': :. .' : A. ." .Jo.. .. . 7 ii p5Ar

( ;. of any man-and I shall us. no per THE REBATE ALLEGATION."No. I the wholesale houses among retire from the candidacy it any time Chattanooga.: .. .. . : .. .. ..... .1058 ,1SLw .
ty. Qualities here only In so far ea Is grocery of I requested him to do so and andearor Best Shoes Cha'tanooga-------------------------..ty at. j.; ii------.11 tIlt pro
Jacksonville."If Ar NISisbyjije------------------: ; .. .. ::110 5Lv
1w necessary to I
acquaint to
you. and : give: me (the votes of his few
through you the people of Mr. Stockton,, lay that he falls to do this, It seem tome friends and S S for Men and Worfien Nashtiie---------- .- . : .Lo. ," ):N Rt.. ... . .. 34055Ar

w with all the facts.NOTHING Florida through my Influence rebate were he stands convicted before the supporters Every Kvannvllla .. . .. .. ... . . no ".'. . .. .. 1M'Lv ..

_ t obtained for the .C. B. Roger; Companjr. conservative and unprejudiced citizens thought that a trial for one or two pair guaranteed Prices $1.50to vllol..vI11.-"- . ."'nAu' ,.". .. . -. .. -.. -. .. ..._.. 8iJ1iS

IN I of Florida of making whollr wanton day 'would" satisfy his ambition and $2.50.Pull St. Iiiulk. . ., : . ... ... :. ..... .. .. . 1Jr.L:

CHAKOU. !Ine | "He brings forward an affidavit of and Irresponsible statement: to the bring his friends cheerfully my Lv hveoyviiis----------,; ; .". . . .11\: :,.U.. .. ," II )Ii

I Mr. Renoke l. which state that la Injury even of the credit o( solvent support. I could not then believe line of Dress Shoes: Ar Terra Bitute ,., . .. . . .. ... ,..'.H :*"*

-- Is nothing In the charge. 188:) (mark woll\ tho date), 1390 181)1and business men and good clUsen that B9.WOUU1 assume tils permanent Correct IiV Terre Haute. . . .. . -. . : .d..... .: ""r"w l.
as shall show. They are simply old 1892. and again from 1894 to cacdldacy: ; to my exclusion.' .prices at Ar ._ Chlcngu . ,- .v--'r" '' ; ,'''. : '" : ..
; ::
: ;
stiaw threshed: over and orer. They -. ,
were repeated prior to my election 1891, he, Reneka, wa connected' with IN9ULXS. INTELLIGENCE. 'TO'' WHOM 'TRUEt I. Jacobson This,_train u'the: ieadaro.'ptmciietio4{ : la-passeneor. ...,vtoe.: :JUI' i'ulI55.

IA l*l>. M4, after a fuU an* Ulr 8p the r. C. ft. P. By. and that In those ( ...... ,_ reservations and other Tnfoitnatlon apply: (10 ticket'ktfent I".'.. C. By.;, S&.'AujutUna -

_ Mart bt ebackea: off Toucawi ta fl**, too."how Mr.. aiooittaa r.4e*> "Mr,. tttooktpa! ttri. .tbtt. U. m l"alatkei, FJa,. AHanUo_ Coaat l4a a..1.alWJ1.Ut\ ; MD' ".I;; '

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r d'lJ'B, l bill. It In hop'dlhnt whmi. .fltlid 1 Buprrluiendentot I Public InstiuuUo Gardner, Morris lionmao ; ETKe.lum, U t' l-..IIJAIJ.,,, 1 IIAI'. M. UII..I.'"ti Hall Crescenl 1 City,

Irescent City Hews], lie Liu Iwll'r. 1 Ctnniiilaali ot Aurlulilturu.IKttllioa olork. Grove
wmilhi-r ooinpH may (itiititnlH-loner, PitATKA No. 13-J B Courier, H t' B. IflPtR MIIET[ X CO.& Florldal _

", _- Mm. Oeo. 15.: Walker has bent I A/lJutiint; (Oennral Loomis, HUKent I4L-4 A O Plilllm. uteiltFAI.ATKA ,

quite 111 Inrlilfr tho past We-U, but lit 1 BtaM. Gheuilat, No. M lirowp, l\\\t Is now open for the rncepMon at trur t l.a. _

Crescent City I Dr. Morritt CorUiolI, celebrated tho time ol writing this wee .aomi lJII 'go of
Now York ocullHt, Is in thou city this Ircult; oloik.P. clnAH eonilltlon for the " the mont bftautlhil lonattnna In FloThoumn better. of At ATK A. Nn. ID-H Y Snow, Join
At 2 Moinbnrs of the Boproxeiitatlvna
tt I
lulu. Hie xmtlnuurorn. pwt llP4i1r.Influny'l w.. k, with office at lioundo' drug( Tom Holditu D. W. Itum fading[ Amoricnn awl Foreign of 1SNI3-4.: which promises Lou
a. mllos Iroin Pitlm.ua. nml I Il htho E. IT. Btouo! I1I111I1PI'en.1 hlR fertilizer Qraluger ; bo ono of tho most suociKKful .
: 1W nlllliir, ; numniiif 01. raim>ad. Ororll store Dr. Oorthcll makes 110 clmrgi 1 fnu' ty Jtitlne satin, eleik.INTHIILKJIIEX. In thn hiBtoryof
and has Ilnl lwd plowing hlitrove
.....111101 wmiih rlmmjriuii / Id-J 1 ,, Compnnioa
1<' Y II""on hU'i for I'xnmlnstloiiH.. }I9 will be lionuntil 1 BliorllT. Kf Wlinlinrly the houso.Guo0Ui .
IJ/ frI :IKe W 'm IwiiK wntnr' 1r.Ti:; iiillt::, In Lnk louirllrrain i Saturday noon. Ills next vllt! There In n' Jitrpa amount oll 1 tllfik, of thn Circuit f'oultl Wm. Miller, J A King ; X F Lyon, clerk.MOitQ'e \ .
.hunt of who contemplate Bpnndfng a
A'ltlI I IIIN.O I" U... 11M| ln "',".". "'. bloom.l County Aaeoaaor of !Taxes MILLS, No. 17-A J Fume, Accident Insurance:
"'11/( lawnll laid ou> 'In .town. do'io.; ; liiuUiu : will bo April' Bin anj Oth. I TAX Colloctnr. A Sykcs, DV Johnson ; I O Bkinncr, .port Ion of the 000011 hero shiiuld
.ilM :
tnrinnrmiuAlllutlntt: .a portion I lowiMMX N. It. Hnrvoy nxprcts BOOH to cominpiien notify tho proprietor In nd-. _ _
The books-tor the town of Public In clerk
"T" 1,1." .K *'. 'WI'> riiglBtratlou 1 County HiipKrlalondnnt The Travelers of Hart: lordLife
WI In order to
bIook in IIWUUM A. vanes se-
work of the W
:..... ......Crmwuut on ttin<*nnt and t.IIiGI of CniBcont City are now open ntiiwill tho rl'pnl.III. ( atructlony BAI.DWIH'B, No. 18 -John PrIce 1..
II.i .....,. The l 1.,1 l 1,1 I h'ko HU.IIa j Is 46 toothb4u.r '. J. Smith( (IOUBO.BOItor 1 Hiirveynr, Fennel! A J ;ItobcrtsoU ; Troy Fo I.e.cleI'k euro proper ac
fourth _
$"I' ." thM'.f tni&e OrN"I thus airnrl reuinlu open to the !Hut: Insurance: comlUUllaUtlwo.WM. ,
1 -
"''III.'I."M"O." The WAUir ol Ictkn. .But'Hi" urday In the present month. 'I'hebook8 Hale of Knot' llnrlford.3oiin. County Treasurer No. l'J-E! II Lane J hiTimniuns
I" .,"lo.. ""-ta kopi_ Ii.oIuteIpu |, A Ct imly Cornnil-islti firs0 OHANDIN
-'11, hi po.rn.h' LOW" iintkorltloN\ who, '''0 .n",1.$.. iimmno.uor lire in' cUm'ffo of Paul C. ., Is expi'Ctr-d' $ lucre Konn lojuluU 3 MomlitoH of thn County Board Di A M Pailgntt. ; II J Butler, 'The Old lleliablo: "Gerinanin C. NORTON
,,,., w.y O.flU.ULflflL I' ,
t.In 1IttY. "oUeIIN the W..tIIdi Smith, town clerk and are at his > family: who nn living\ In Mrs, 1'iibllo IiiHtriKMl.m ul'ik.lUNKKHVILLX. _
1'1\0 I oll.k.PIftfl .ty.tosn H..II" two muoN from 1'0 owit4 store. It Is that nil'ontltluc Thompson' hniisv.lNVtCAitt.K 1 Justice of tho 1' "" 8In and for the No. 20--M Bnlmnnn Life" of New York PKOPIUETOB
.... hoped
a 1IU10 BU..rntr t.miuys I..n" "sin.i 80VO'/L1 liaI(nicute. 'aion. Varncs 11 K MInIon ; E Jor.way.

"''ChC'") BL, r."o 'hO..Uth.II.towat nlld \1 CliiIirniktfl to register will thus. qualify. ron! flITrUsI.TTrM.I 1 Constable In aq'l for the several. dlstrlnta oli-rk. flarinc Insurance: Cri'BPPiit City, }Florida.. _
1)10) jnitWy........ ,...I"I1".r JAOkflItpI BOHTWICK No. !21-E Nurlh \f M
trout A colored named Tlllman
: 'lit.lrIi' h'.I. man was IIUVA boon Milfi'ili, tor thA >IIHI few
..... .....IIKh",1 w'itor .101" ft I | J J Brooks D r llunflX'k,
.. ,, IS Pntsldnntlal Flm-lurs RnulHtor- ;
i w. (
tItllI iii I'' WtOIO OU coHiury, ftII thS: 1atuItgir' Irotfl: MUtrl whtu.l iJriib. : ran over and .Instantly killed by roars, with a. R"V4'I'O< i tiiuknf ihoiunii.tlsim 4 Duloxntfls! at Larg< Io N..llunoll'oo. e erl<. The Leadung ConimnieH ..6-. :I:. Spon.cor: ,

$ IItI trip I IN hull, onirrnule4. milvis .oiLIi or PmtiLklrnflt'r ... ruin NOJ 40 on tha Atlantic Con l nnil( found l that Knllwil'a, Know! Unl. vontlon, FHANC-T, Nn 2'J-8 B BniwnlnR. E'l. I _

.t110 .. Al' ,1tfll IuIIY'. .Itini. till. 4tJoItti". bIt'.ud lortuoul.tiI7n flU14rlisWU ,, Line Bnlhvay at ..Long's station Snt- mont won, tho nnil on, y onilml thing to Hint nllnvln'n irnvu my meoivtlfiraullnn 2 District DnlniiHri'S Smith, O. W Bocks; Will Cannon All Claims Promptly Dentist..
uartow -
rlvr, II ratIUF ... 'hlok Vuwtllt : irday afternoon. Whon the trainstopped 13 Momhpia At Ltrgo of tit at.. (Jom.mILl.e. Inrk.
.1. by C'. BOKnixn Settled.
'. lI"od..n 0''ILhl yopitolk, tur'nItipiWiIvItI. pains. March 34tIflllii John .. PAivrKA No. 33 .-Morltx Kohl Wm. Pailt Street noar\ PORt Offloo ,
1 h.iiid ptIiflOtU) : : at thq station Tlllmar Klnitnmn, tutu \2r.i, f,0. iin.l. tl.H( ) ,
tXpoIN ourvo ftro HRfl ttndtILuntftl14 State (Commluno Ivcrs, W A Livingston ; US: C I Kelly tlork .
I Morrber
.. rIv'r 1
I'Io Cnunty Florida.
$ .. tuoah .4'to titownru.'a. raliitUa,, 2H i'rontSt. PAI.ATKA, Ft CroBoent City,
tIifflO, I. "0" P. long boarded U to buy a deck of playing SolJ by Aoltnrriian & 1 Member Mat lonnl Committee I'AI>ATKA No 31-John Heal, U 11 OITIor ,
.IK" AI1..r fltII. mill" 0' C..I unit, Lounds' })rug Morn, (irefoent Oily) J D Jeffords Robert Cnlriina, ._ .
atnam ih. nwmntir omiu-gos' InliAo.1 oivrda of tho news ngent. After ta For a HtHtn Convention, Mtbly .. ___ h -- -
.ud bnaiitlliil...Ko'' Ureaoont., A rui at Coining the cards he stepped ou the Annlnnt a Htatn Convontinn. clerk COME TO US FOIl -

,, .4! flh,4t. nOlI", Ills halt ehuwIfliOtH 1"1. thtOj' .putusntutnr.."'h".CI' )Iatfoim to got off but instead of dong POM: OKA.Mrs. ]1. A majority vote s roqulrot' Itl the PALATKA, No. S5--J O I Ilngnn, BllaaHmlth
\ I.ut CItY .tiwkutoiuVhhlM atea. Bolnotlon of candidate. W II It RAt'a o"elk
Hampton :
leavula any
'iu., .' Iiuuboat TuloehftY. .l'hiuirahlty ailit. $ittIIPuIflf, I IikuI BO 1 in mod lately waited until tht Lmi'nt r'lillur I nf Knxonvlllfi! I I I ,, 3. A second prlmnrv shall bn ho d 01 HOLLIHTRR. No. 28--M\ O OHtn n. Bliss YOUR GROCERIES.

::.tJ,, : Orfillaunt in. tho ,amo CItY :utayc.'n Monday RoOIPflhI., W <1kjaii'l (.rain hull started stool WItH going at a Ma.su..l In veiling Mm. N"lli". 1'lplnr. Juno 7, ION, to select. otiRh landlUHtm.. Motes, Morgan Clemnions. ; JBtKully\ ,

r-rlilny M 1 a. 'm arriving' at Io: good rate of speod. Then ha lumpoUnuI C. Mlddlcrun WItS lirrnlutkn|hot ta are. nut snloctod In tho first! primary clerk Wo' JMitkc tt Specialty ot I'liro 1'ooJ 1'i-ojuctx.
:at in: a. m. unit Ill Jauknoiwlllo! at 4ltO1u4 II. Unit the precinct meetings shall hi FbonAIiOUE No. 97-T F Jennings, FA
UI.. Nfl luureoi% evor fllty, took wlllKilit,,lilA eteamer::rliinoluiMSratSanu'SSri I Cpe.k '; It Iu supposed that lois euspendera Frldsy" held at 10 o'o'ock' a. m. for selecting i imnmhcr It Lnmpkln A W Tucker s 0 II Swing Our QiMulB ulwnja Krrah mid at Popular. Prlaus. Wo huva tho bent Coffee In

;; pledllll.O ana a imirt atop' nWill caught him. Anyway Tillman" MIffS! Grnei KPOWM: nnd Miss| Clmr- of the executive ooimulttee li link. he market, It's thu "CUfHT BUAND."
milaoltymultra\ tiny man OB woman a Ilfi fell .unaerneiith the car and the oounty prnctnota Thn primary clcctlnishall JOSEPH rRICE.Cb ..
otto ConiiPVftC.; of Ol.'invood, Flft. -- -
'14. .kitarol, 'ho 1.1..0.are aomA ot thA mowlinmna whot.U. iHisHod' directly over his neck,, bo ho d from 8 o'clock a. ni. until lrmAn Dunn Ex. Commlttao': ..
"I .ullotnait prolHT no.1lotuhile .1>/'llt Bov..rlLl.II1YII with Miss McrteiloH meetings at'7 Flpo usaortmi'nt of
ihiuuI. tu Ho tminil Iu the sinus ipvcrlnjf. hlH liend from hU body 4imdown and the precinct ATTEST !
I are oillliireil, antl prottpomilaU ,' < Koown rnoimlly p. m. In thn olty of Falntka and l'.llLtka J. N. BLACKWELL gnn'y
a n a....,.l aohrail: two tilmruhoa, i>l xi no wee a young man and umnnrrlud._ committeemen
to aolrct Underwear
heights '
HroHhytorlan-anil two good lif.u.lld Dr. J. J. I-'i'Hdrloli.of Now York | and Women's
111.1 : whore: hoanjM of the eleotlou shall hi Men|
.a Dloiutnnt I :; urlvato, plnaea The Southlleld Bible Conr..r< RICO 4. Tha onicois
ontaluad. Uotol" ana boarding .bullet Jlty. who has bnm bonrulnp In town three Inspontors, and a olork, who shall

A : inoilefain.: lluka Tlia Fur peupla; the buvo antortnlu'utTlumi ,junooht'oii openud In the big auditorium yesterday (or two,inonthn, linn HOMO to Dii.vluimvhcre .e....tve $1,25 per "/LY. Should elihei -10 IHLlADU8 and other, FurnUhlnKB., Alno DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.:
$ itolf '- and will continue with from two f..UIarp..r at the '
wlio lIke till" amuaoinont.tour ha will gpond a fiwvftltn bo- parson so appointed
hiwi more .,.an.o unwoa. mailiwtawn to; throe m sslons dally until the 27th. mils !to perform his duties for flftcuinlimton
... oraiiKo oiiltnnn tore Kolngr north.Chan. MILLER
.un" W.
In me then the J.
after thn time to t
ol the nwploand' Ibo These nieettngft uro expected to attract open
ttmUnttoooiipatlnn" IM.OII reilaruo irfnr Vlpliir took a short vacation/ In or Insponton present Khali ill ,
rtrTlUilalrnltliaalong\ : aooUor UttetAlu. a large crowd of people from p'1I'.or [ Of CRSCNI( ( CI1Y
I In any t.lhor from the bystanders Pro
tu ihnt grown the
Cu -. roin nlllue lutit'B Kutimliiy nnd h Kim- vacancy
AliitoBt, ovary oil latin t't tlitt jun. other ))orts of tho s'tato aueIl. asnnuy vldod, no oiindldntenhnll b8 nn Inspector. .. Crescent City Fla.

C .1".1"" ot ui-oYi'Ilia, luwirporntlon many' "I whIch, wlllleutlmri.Inlhooonntry oonunilota winter vlHltoranow! In Floildn.rtHoent hay nnd VH| | PCSydwy| Smith, III n, Tho r, and only thosnperaonw l'hii I I Ibo _. ---- -
I to h., Imok. The morolianunt ] should Tampa. H. A. Terry took Ms place > porinlttcil to buoomn ciiudldalps born ---- --- ---
City ppoplo get a
Olty are live limo anil tlior)' ChOW In tin 'AND VIClNI1Y( F'"tTLL: OF CO Foe'I-: :
niunla wlilnll, woulil\ Ill) or: tllt Hi inanji large innasure of good from tlutenuellnirsand nb tile 8tativlI. ? or to. vote at or participate :
?v el"cUonholel
.. ., ohms tit the Cttt. Llvlnj 1 IN liomn management of a' y primary
I 1" or Minn Giomi Hnr-
In tin tlieNev.H hopis that all Mary riunn
ibor Ulan uliiioat any olliar town bv thn Domnorailo party In Florldi A shun does not need to bo full of holds
..hnjl lpeoe amituoaatlva \ will rally to the support of tho con.ronoe irdny uljtlit:\ ) her school nt Wwii who are white Oerancrntla o'colors! who have thnSHOE
Hf. llna.1 wIth to hi lull of comfort." We
, f' airoctH live are...k., and broaU almll walks. art (. both by their pronuneo. nnd lltt 1)0 log uloiiM. on uvuoiuib\ (.1 loclaro' tholr adherence to the pilnnlph'i. I have jiiBt rocolved us very bnnutlful .0, )
4 Blayulo pntln of the Democratic lIne of '
riitti on ll> prlitollinl\ alronls newsies.Tl wd ornan'zullon
Inmiclnl' aid. The 'conference IN in
1 ...1 la ma, .lIrooLl..".. pnrty-nntli'nnl, state and county-wht SEL'Z : :

........- -- .. nuud 3f Inure funds and all should [ ) V. I. A.KIIVK n \Vhlto Slnvf3i anti by the town of I the plate III ",f..1 eloo. ,

'I'MM Iu Croaoent City UaairlhK to ."b. .utsUtsome. Nothing ling over hold .lo" and lea crnnin Buppt-rln HIP buns ol the election .llstr.11 In which tiny THE BEST SHOE 'ON EARTH.

( tot thla paper or whiting to renewubaorlitlniia o much promise of beiuillt for the mil last Thursday nlpfhr, and $20 wIts .ftVr .... votn who have paid, their pniHXPS Spring Palter i Hats.
Inavn tliultn Ifgnlly duo not hias. thin ten days Answers every miulmmontof the foot.
tltiirvto inny ,lncii before. It will bring people. eull/od l from Mu f.flt'eu'tnlluuii.ntIiUtltIIugtOti ) .
: < with
l with Mr. K! I>. Lountla at before such primary election Is held Tho Lady, Gent or Hoy a comfttrtab'n
.. people and when these [people art well reprcBPiitcd, and everybody ;> >dgt In wrIting; upon oath before atnupoctor stook aa biting; the bust ever shown Hoe our's first.

THH our pretty little place it IH more than seemed to have it very onjoyitbli' hi- honor, to abide by and sup, here I have nlut a line line of Lace ,
P NT fcNUlNtt CITY.TRMHElUrUBH MAIUIIJ' WJ4.-B.. WIL- Ikely thpy will want to make It time The moat IntoroHting IVnliir.if .' for port the the result nominees of such thereof.primary Dfmoornti a-d vote: Invite dollars and Inepoetlon.other pretty novelttos I, t CONE!:, THK': SHOE!: MAN
______ OBUWTEB.. )1.:. Mn) heir winter home., JSText Week theN ln> evening! w..n the Hulling of tin who will become of ago at the time ol

,.-;,,c;. A. *.. S i*. .. > P. v. 84, :.. t4 l ha rT eWIi hopes to be able to give it good liivi'H with Ml 1uilIiouuda!>: nn nuokmner ; livjl. Ion shall be allowed to vote at sale CUEBCKNT CITY, FLA.

ruicy. 111 ijx it W:4.: gal \ report of the meetings. which part ho Illlod uihiilnv- primaries. MRS. S. B. SHAW -- -. .-
,ay. til, 7ft llJ 6. The Inspectors shall keep a poll !
duty.. 7(1( 711 TU/(
5. day,, .,, (M 111 IW. M SHat Hurblno Is.a boon for Btifterers from TUB BF8T (boon .YlLtll'. with the ballots cast, to the secretary 01 Shoes, Collars, Neckwear: Shirtsand
"Nil flj Itt, All he oominltttie. on or before 11 o'clock Fla.
Tu.s.Iui7 Crescent
0 0, redly.. tn Hr 71 KI 'niti ncnraliij. By Its use the blood Is quick. 8. L. Apple, I'x-FruhoctoJ'lfIRI', Ottawa .I' m on Thursday, May 12 1004.( At City, JJrciss Goods,
ta M Ti MIpersonal l Iy reRuuorated and the color heoomeenormal. 00 .1( oeoll. wrlt..I.'fhle Is to say I that ho close of the polls they shall publlclj

-- vlved. ,. The vigor The languar drooping and tone lit strength predominate.New .dlmlnUhed.lealth Is ri... I for orrinimontl have years" used nnd It Bui aa.that! nr.l's tho"I bpflt1 do Iloielxmml not cough hesitate syrup Syrup to T oust count result a of the.and the ballots shall result costand make one of duplicate which announce' shall oertlfl.tht botftlned You Con Buy Ev(verymln I In C. L CHAMBmUN'8 IS nu Bf81 PUCE{ ( 10 Ml IHM(

and Social. life and happy activity reaultsMrs. ava ever 'um>d." SGo GOn tl.K( ). Bold by tho olork and the other dIvernd ... PUT UF=.

Belle H. Hhlrol, MlddlHttborough.lla. soy> AoUnrnmn & Nlew rl's( Palutkn, and to the member of the exonutlvcommlttoo ..A.. .. ..... THE VERY BEST OOOOS
wrltps ."I have boon troubled iounil'8 Erug: son' Crescent City and Tea Pillslmry's
,, who shall In:\ person de'lvm! You will find! Chase & Sanborn's! Coffee ,

... ,;,. "I.MI"r baa opened up the- I with liver found complaint n-thlug and to poor benefit blood me andtare like FOB 8 LE -BUvur Lam and White nine'and In to rose the of sncretaty the Inability of the of committee the commtttAemnn .; Best Flour and DeSoto Flour, Fox lliver Butter Swift'

r"'lIlu.Hubbltrd park.Stiulra lerblne. I hope never to bo without It. Wyaddotte, Eggs for Bolting(, price *1.0Uj to deliver, saul returns he" Gluten ijs laruaiindlkenkfust/ : & Bacon, Premier Cheese"' Lowney'a Cnrulies.C3ITY .
I I have wished that I had known of tt In r tuitlnit. Inquire of F. Jl Fnymm, .,hall appoint ono of the managers as his n .
', ::1.1j,; .has glvf\l1-up- bluE my hUBbaud's lifetime.! COo.) Sold by ,3i Bccut City, Fla. 3.1 5t pr..xy'who shall serve on the executive ......... ORESOENT Fl.-A. '-

C'e8 Ont City home "ivnd will ruxlde Lckerraan & BtewarU's Falatka, and committee on tile fonvo.." of the returns, FOR 1'UI TAVA W. D. Bimliam will have ohtirna of our PIT (k..d.DAI.'m.ut. aud will bo at the BUirofit

* !!\\IIi 4lflItg". Lound. DI UII store Crescent City. AN OLD INDIAN LEGEND. and In onsn the committeeman be not. fit rnonim .. _. L
at the election one of the manara
rAlJ: ,';ll B. Muull, after two weokx' Tradition of the OrIgIn of Wb.at. R.pirsent. rhall bring such r" uros. That In East Coast Ry.

''V1ch4 with homefolks left for Malt-| Corn aud Tubnoeo. all cases where a vote la challenged the rin lun\in\ Florida

: Correspondence.LAKK 5 favored with an Indian decide to the same,
,morjn\ Sal urdny luuct.Mrs. t ; "I bavo bean managers shall as ,
'('t' t tradition toncornlng the orlifln of tobacco nnd If sold vote shall be refused, the 1904.
Effect Feb. 16
(:'Sir; eind James 1IItin and [partymve'ireturned "'- "" "" Indian corn. and \vhoat, which, party so offering to vole shall have the -" LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In ,

from a. three weeks' COMO. altliough you wily have.awn It before rlRht.o! appeal to the executive ooramlt- -...... >- tOlTtHBOUNO READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RIAO UP.

Jottttntf'down! the east const I shall rolnte.." gala the poet Inuroata teo, aud -allowed to ho cast the party. : ATLOUND .__' -_.
h'I';; ngflln Monday Mr. Joel Jenkins, of l\rontellllrN; of all the l'a cnjJollltll."At /. challenging the same shall have a similar INe, $0 I lie ea ftc 35 1 No.90 No. 33 I Nu.261 No.eel Ito TB IV. 74 No $9't
!p !S opened on STATIONS. piiy. SIcily.
> <) .1., returned north Saturday morn Ing. ; right of appeal anti( In. all canes PalSy.J_ aiii. Daby. bull ly. Dolly.TMa. lully. JDilly. _Luiuby.
cloned two wcukn owingt&theprevahenoe come dlstnut period two Indian made the diduted DRUG STORE
f) I ,he> e such an appeal Is TIll' .
jhaylnftbcon ll'
to T1J"
Mr. Jenkins was very reluctant thy. of the =;... rtr n'u' 10 V" a tv J'fcwiK'a Ar & 0.II
pursuing plonnures examination.
., of lneaLi'e.7r.itnd youths > ballot shall, without 10 i 19 a J'ltmmv'a Lv a 1
eavo, being highly' pleased with theeautlful chins, wore loil to a rvfliota and unfrequented be eonleil In a separate envelope, Bud the Bcoda are allot the fn .U variety. S 5 11 51 1 h 1 16 p 11 15 a.ft.Auiftiatlno... .l !|: in i.6
: Mrs. Austin, who have oo- > Como part of the foront. where namo of the person offering to vote to-* C Dii.Ii ft .1i.utlrugs..6. H a 15 II I

(tho Antnnck! oottagu; Main being fntluuid and hunijrythcy sat gather with the objectIon offered thereto 10 i 11 p
Team loads of visitors from both
.1IIIIiIIiII\\." haTe) moved to .Georgia. down to neat themselves and to dress endorsed thereon and returned to thewmralttee A. B.TORREY.Undertaker 10 51 I lb p U I0 p 10 00 a Ar..Paluka., .Lv .... "T"wTa IKf iS .
ooa '
iHels down to tv..1alutki..Ar.7 I '
Huntlotol1Thursday 41 0 160
went \\ with! the other ballots and 40 5 85 i 11 a

; ,lid Mrs. J.!, A, irncnab and evening ot last weekto as.tti their victuals. \Vbl1o they were Oiua returns for final decisions. and Enibalmer. :::::: 7i .. . ....
the woods attracted I. hIp.ArBu.nMatoubv. .
tMra. K. B.! laoru, came over at the musical nt the Cneliio employed the- spirit 7. Bald election shall be by ballots ........ U'r .... _7 II i i IS m.

;', iZomo one day last week nndAirs. They' report fine time. as It In Bupposod. by the nn- .furnished' by this committee containing Full line of Caskets and Collins. ........ ..... .. .... ... 1 U I' .Lv.. Nooua ..Lv ..... .. ........ ....... -:::::
lunch of the venison ... ..
..... .
uanl nnd savory be names of all peraons to bn voted for Telephone ........ ........ .... i11" ....Diurnal) .... .
ti07, A card party \taa: given otrFrldy! approached them In Jtho fo'Oof., a who furnish their names to aeoretary of FLORIDA ... .'85i '' ...... ,1S' ..; .

: .., 'nd Holland have evening o( bust week at the Avenur beuutlful fcmulo and seated herself Hue' committee on or before April 21, OREBOKNT CITY ::::::.:::::::. ,U""J[ : 112lii'p'n p i& lZ 16 : ...: :.:. ; : ... IU lea OOta a I s up.:.
.. .
" 7. '.Into the k;. I-. Den ham house ITouue. The Inclement weather kepinany boBldo them. Tho youth. awcil by the 1110... The rnturus of said election shall ,: t "i'14 'i.bo'ao'iu'a. i '. .tip'fosp .........
this committee Thursday H. O. 'WELCH .. :;:; Ii'ii'. I" .N< i ..
and bo canvassed by DR '
street nnd of so superior a being ....
of Park .
corner presence .. ... .
,buttheparty was a ... .. I .
away at 1 o'olock ...
for the condescension May 13. 11104 p. ... I ii'CJP A .
truck with gratitude 1 clip
iu e4 avenue grand success. and oucher and l tolllty which BUO had shown them In 8. The secretary of the committee Physician and SurgeonWill ......... ..... .. ... i it I '.. ......
34' 'forty from ruled It being rumored shall send to the executive committeeman _. ......S 0 r p ( .S,'U'...
or more Bpcctatorn
; supreme. to her ... .tt.t.( .! Ii
presented .
bocouilntf their guest CRESCENT .. 1 I' p i
due bal. oflloa In ..
In tUna his
be at .
for each ,
and thH Southfleld hot 1 some of the refreshments werfatllton ... .... .. S p CO I
Hall that share .... ...
a .
In the most respectful manner '18,," and eertllloales of .. .. .11 \ tOp. ..
of each tiP
ota, blank poll and Saturdays .. ... 18
CITY on Fridays .. ...
walk In V. LA, 'lmndik from All G... ... . .
"the cake large party : of their repnst. which sho w.n pleased returns and said commlttomnn shall de- .. ... .... ...
00 ')41)) a
woele ftfl shecLors.tW. View .-Oottrtge vl lteI. the Avenue to accept and upon which she regaled liver them to thelospootois ,at polls It week. ... ... ItT. lOOp & M8l100J -ii u 10 ID .t p.. .

I). BenliAin iuastakoui House on Saturday evening. That WillS 8cemln80tlHfactJon./ thinS of oPI'BloS same. Candidates OFFICE ON CENTRAL AVENUE. :::::::: ::::::: :":' i 47 p :;:: : :: :ruu.ntopie..I: :::::. u..I::: ::: 10 01 l 05 ...;;;;: : : :....
,, the ballots shall _. .. ... .. \I' t Olf
finished this femnlo wishing their names on .
of the dry goods' department ended the refreshmentBr 'The spirit repast having. being thanked them cor- \Pal to the secretary of this commute ::::.:::.:::::: ; ::;:;::: m ::::::;: .: : ; g : :: :: : : ::'. ::::::;:

mbcrlln's store. Mrs. BonII Mrs.\ K.; S. Isom,. nssUtcd by the and Informed by Loon of April 21, 191)4) the following W. B. SHOTWELL ... i : I: ; : .i. .
for their attention & 45 a
dlnlly .
only ho cUbe store ftfter- IndIes, /l.tl'aliul/ curd party on the sums; Ofllonrs whose terms are four 9.4if. .s' .1"00'i 'il'. o..10
gave would return to Row Boats .Eden 8.
thorn that If they Builds p f
'* Wednesday afternoon of last week. after the revolution of years. 120; oOloers whose terms are two ..... .... .6 I SOt'.551. .. ..... .
--' samo place rears, $1U; members of the Legislature/ Bepalrs boats, buggies! and makes all Io 10 .... .... IIC / I.. i, P
.'regtuIar monthly, meeting of Mr. S. V. Warner returned from 8 twelve moons they would(.fluid something their- $((101 I all minor offices *1 ; to defray the I, kinds of wooil work repairs at bIll shop IS us .......,., ........ i I "'. .... ...... P
would recompense and
: fT. A will be held at the. hall visit to Palatkn on Saturday. kindness which. disappeared from tholr sight. expenses'he bulloU ot;- piloting and no ballots distributing shall to III rear ot his MEAT: )MARKET'110. _1\8 111.*\ ...... .. .... ._ \ tn. O' 8'to'a' P.pTrlu.
.. outlay afternoon nt 8 o'clockA Rev. Chna. Manchester preached Crescent City, : t. .1. 105p
watched the revolving counted for falling to pay
person at
having any
Tho youths Satisfactory work guaranteed mo"eet U not vhown.
full attendance.of mom again ou Sunday morning theM. moons and burlnit returned otth raid fee, Each voter must vote In the prices do not top at .tl.*whets &m.

;deal!ed. 1'';. Church! Hubject-"Faith.. The tluio found that upon dlotrlct In which he Is rogleterad.<
_ _ appointed of That this rule .shall be posted .at each Oonden.Qd Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.IACII5ONV1LLI .
In the
evening arm
will be political mooting League the right
u Epworth the place on .which '
_(cent City_tomorrow forenoon, mainly a song service. the goddess had rocllnpd an ear of Indian polling plaoo. JOSEPH. PUI('E. Mattresses Renovated No.23'o.- No..2t No..31'NO.4.INo.' l .. 1.1f1'l No..0. ;:;;+I ; 'f

''candidates for various state fair and Mrs.. 'Fv A. WUIIama of corn bad sprung op. under bel'left Chairman Dem. Ex Committee. a. AUOUSNI D.ly I D.II, V.ly 'i'Ar.aLAugusuae. .

,other than governor will ado I New York, left on. Monday for St. a etulk of wheat and from seated the spot J. N. .DLACKWELL.. Mtr. John Coehdollar an experienced Lv. Suuok.onvitlo, : : : InH use Ug us;_8 SiSp es p :TSp 25pi036p shOp
{ people, Palm llnacli at which on which eho bad been was 1 Secretary. mattreea maker of Mow York. City ls : : 814. 11,15. '
Augustine and .
_ growing a nourishing plant of tobaaco. spending the winter with J. W. Edmonds ; : i' 2 : Ne. No. 74-
'.>ns should see that .only men resorts they will snake a short stay ."-New-Orion na Times-Democrat. PrimaryElectlou Inspector at Fouioua. Anyone requiring now work, a. LUOUSTINE Ne.2'V.l No.V.I 82 NO.95 DAI,+ It" L.J s.No.44.V,11 l No.8o V.17 .To SIcIly SLv.
Io New York. 'AOIONVILLI 1
Hthy with measures looking before returning or old Mattresses Renovated and made

_ the progress of the town are CUDXD: CONBUMPTIOM.. Call! for County! Democratic Primary r and Clerk over, can have them Addrrss, done at a very Ar.: St.Jackuoavlllo.Angoetlna.:.: I :: 19: l 1 : :al nlg lljgIHS: ; p US&. & ''ISf HSe us : t

_ tot for -ofllcs.. at- the town Mrs. B W. Evans Chsrwater, Kan., 10 1904 The fiultowing'perone are appointedby rnaaonable price -' --' --- -

i soon to be held writes t 111 husband lay alck! for three May vl7Htl tho Hoard of County CommIssIoners EDMONDS The Following Are Through Pullman Train.t .

Patrick Bnrrype.tor of St months. The doctors said ha had quick .r the taU Mud for a Primary!! Klectloti, to serve Inspectors and Clerks at the. J. W. ASTIRN TIA'NS'' I I stud IS-WKSTERN Chloayo TRAINS A f lurlda :

I -Catholic church! Pal tka. consumption. We procured a bottle I Democratic.Primary to be held Mar 10 POMONA. FL.A. No.No. 31 37 and an< a8N.w Yol 110.1" R.o"l +.No.18 NO! and 02-Chicago and FloridNo. 81.1..1 101" "
of BalUrd's }(')r houud Syrup, and It The State Democratta Executive Commltten .5G.:41 end 44-Man board Florida : _+ 27 and 3O-'Tim Florida LlgiHaThaHO .
,Visitor In ,the city a couple ol i cured him. That was. six years ago/ and having axe! the date for the drat 1904 : R.r&BBNc.-Hulm. ErwIn, O. II. Worcester .lv ly of 1'ullman Crsanut aatra aoat fare will be abrfa.

_ t.1I'eelr.l1nrl was tlia-euettol alnoe then we have always kept a bottle I primary May 10 1901, and also from CBKBTBNT CITY No. t-J H Harp. and Qi'O. Flake, Pomona 9II 4t fDay ooaohca trains are :r:1 tra4aa on whIch uo axtra or Mat far la ohargttd.8AMFOBO .

1Iofre. David Dawes.X In the house. We cannot do without it. the following resolution I Ed. HcQrady Frank Johnson; Paul C. ,

For coughs ntl colds It has no equal Resolved. That: at thn" Primary El leo- ,, Smith. clerk.OKOBOIT Q. B. BBAJMOH. ORANGE CITY BHANOK."NoTS' .
Ix>we, of Atlanta .,. wlio lion tiSc, 50u and 1.UO Ackerman & Htew. thin to be held ou Tuesday, the iOtb. of WH. NI}. 2-J. D.' Maunders, JOHN VINCENT, D. 12 : I No. 3 'WZ" '

______ _eudlnar '' week here .with his art'., FalatUa, and Lounda' Drug store,, May. the question of holding a State E II Stearns. Peter Jones ; B n Causey Artistic Barber. I ._SUTlo. I hilly No. 11.117 TiJ_ : 8TU.O.. I I PallySunday I It.il .

.( _________.lefbon Holiday tar" home. Crescent City. Convention lor titus purpose. of .enunciat. clerkNonwaT.5. ]' 11 tOp I tSp .if.
:. No. 3-Dan Turner, It II ....,,..
children ing a platform and luetrutulug our dele -- ..... II IM 5 01'' _( IJP
\ Iwo and the will ru.me 8mm..t.// jiOP 1
N lerk.WKt TI".I..A.\\
HJUNTlNGTOIf. gates to the National Convention to behold Bard Joseph Joiner: Mo Bard (\ Hair Cutting In all approved styles.Olve S IS a'It"..... 11 m.SO j 111.t"'Jb; 1 : & !
jl weeks as the guest of her,! at St. Louis the 6ih of July, shall ,\Kx: ; No 4-Olark Stephens. mil a oall. B80 [_ .:::. : ::::::: Ma__ r_ : _

rlltJ., U, (Tlrlnialey. )frs K. W. Andrews has returnedto be voted on, and It a majority ao decide Frank Reeves, (I S Packard.i .H II 81')'. 1No.iiTia, 29
Huntlogton after a trip of several la favor of a convention the state committee aut o'erk.CIMO. -S 10.8 No.17 MATPOHTBBANOH.
lIf.'R.[ Trade, who' lias been No 6 lloraoo Prior W 8 FLOKIDA. ,. Bandaronly
Bhe will shall make provision for such CRESCENT: (:iT7. I nAl
weeks through Calif or nn n.11
11 in Jacksonville,U' now roe convention.The Prior, Daniel Perry; D E, Duaenberry, only.It .

ag.1 She hat an .a* guost Miss. remain H. Stones a for.guest.a :few nt weeks Mr and before Mrs returitlng E., Ddiuoora'lo Executive committee" ,ulerk.POMOMI:. No. 0-W II, Cook.V. Slilduii'ton 81 Johns River by Daylight. lion on a a I:.::::::.......::: ::..::::,..,..:.,.., .Jbaln.JoksOllN-:::;:::::::::::::'',.:....uJ 5' 55 e : :.

lard, her cousin from Enoa-i ct Putnam county hereby Issues Its CvnuAlvers fj. Mlddteton.c1 & Miller Line II 4.. a 41 Kl L....... ............s..NOIt 1-............ ..... ... ..I' i OIl S I It p.
with her)son to Chicago. formal call for a primary election to beheld ; The Beach : tuacta .. ... 5' 45 109
llit,Vt., and both will probajine -' will on May 10,, 11)04.) la each election rkfUTtVXl Ii 1200 Ill :In :-:::.:::: :::::::::::::::....MtJturI..e.; ;:::: : :: ::::::oflL. SO : tO p
here for It short visit during The Sunday and day schools precinct In Putnam county to al'ow the' HlIOHTH.' No. 7-1. P. Ifesut Steamer! CRESCENT. : ,

Terence. hold'"> barket picnic In the Miss Bid Democratic voters to ex preaa their choice .. Tom Baker Frank West; T V T.Mve .TMksMDY.1tonTuM: Si stue rn. m for Green l'ovPuiatka. __
""" well next Saturday at eleven following. State and Blnk o'erk. '
lor the NaLlonal1
u .grove ) Crescent Utly) suit principal' Was
Mallasa. Hlggliibotham has o'clock. A enjoyable time lot founty officers to be voted/ .lor at Lhauv."rr Sat MATFO. No B-Bnrtolo SolanoVm f-.nilngl CONNECTION MAO AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP 0* 7HI P. a 0... COMPANY FOR #
\ Hoeero, Qaba Turner; John.A. ltedunlagl.aVl. Crtse.nt city 00 Wedusesale. COS. iAii
lor homo anil \grove property\ onlevllle anticipated.Mrs. : eltKtlon-: C'OIIby.oerlc.! < yntilay. and MontlHy. at I a. in.Jack.unvlilewhant HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU. ,
8 dee !! -
United Senator
road utile south' 1 l meson LautraNtrafli
n ofto andtliree.cMldren E\HT PALATKA Nn. t ..J'JO'.n.. ,_- '
J. I). Math la I Representative In Congrnes, Second T101..pbon.U 5.
> John J..t lfllt, ), ol.Jra'lford. will. return" to, their home: al ;. Congressional! District; Julius Bai: a,.J O, OouldJ I E-l,.W Clark. po .."a whetS bad nf l.PWofl ..OCa0 Thoa*Tim Tablaa Chew the tImes at whloh tralna may be ,EroU>.l to arrtv 4__,. '
who will clerk.] from lbs atatlona. but tliAlr or ... at the tltnos Cutout !If oo' 5'IirSnIOfld..
mnk this his winter *
I Justice, oC the Supreme Court for the .rl .r. d.p. Uiarfrom. 4'
tlMr West P'alin Beach the. latter pari oj, ol six F>OBBAII Pot T; No. 10-B. H n.*"l.', nor doeS.the CmpO bOld haul nopu..bl. delay or. any OAaool
"Bpiltht' who Is nulte a full term :years.a Co. ,
) Crescent '
i ; week. n B r) r 'y.John Wllkmauo ; J B Mil It- City
\ (nan. has. already'.colllmencedr the! present ;JuKtloes cf" the Supreme Oonrt'\v;. : '
ii Smith! In vUltlujr/ 1 Qjvrrnor gun" B erluPALATIA. eth LOCALPIMa OABD Other Iafrltoa
I Mrs A. \ I o'
the Ml 'N all trains at CioaofH* City Junction. : Cop, .
.va property. 111g. '1 Hecretary ot State. H ioa-t*, <>. ltA EWnt.: Meets : .

ham expect! *; l Io go way.for a daughter; Mrs. JroThomasftt: OreerCove .I 1 Attorney General /1.! .., liT Dupr. Pan O'Drluoolli. W-- (J 1 .' Night l trains by appointment. .SEE. 'HE TICKET. AGEN ,I.
I visit, but expects to return *ud,, Springs. .1 ('001 ptr..Jl..r. }fargoove,0b.rk. f ATjaUaTtNK
,. BT. ,
pa* Agent
M.U.DEEE, Manager C. IU.IOrBB JlMt, r
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eGL'CCLiI""L1'JJJJ'JIL'JJJ7:17J'Lt -- -- -'John TuniplK I; Brute.; -Hi'' ] -- -' Robert--- W.. -DaviH- CJunrilB- -- held-

h 01i The Palatka News b,rllllant orator-editor. of Atlauta. heir regular drill lust Friday "ve-! ( if9ECA SE TH-EyiR R i

n and Advertiser pent an hour at tti.. union depot nu'l'uN.duy. ling The. cadets. have their new

Lt During his wait' h<> t..lf- iiirurni nud l rifles and In a fewwxtlkN
I phoned for his cousin, Hon B. P will rrcNhPtheir cups, afUr 1
nn Tim NKWS' : AND AOVER'IISKR: Cn ,alhoun, to come out and Jceep him which n public drill will be held althe

nn him than a Is lilnhor accorded circulation to any ruling oilier{ I ompnny. Mr. Jrave will delivern Armory. Tho ofllcers. of the STR/U-TSE BROS.' HIGH. .ART CLOTHING.

)I !' ... R eon n::J pnncr In I'ahitlvi., Printer's address at the Windsor andl- ouipnny; are: Cuphtln, B N. Cnl-

1"1 n Ink. N. Y..Julm.190J.:; : '.txlum: tonight boon ; Ut Limit., Uftlph Rankin ; sdGrant 1

I F. H. Hafor, the rent,, .,etat? d< ali-r. ? R Rnymuiul I'rlisoj; "SorxnulH These Suits are the fineat- attain Lle in custom-tailored, reaijy-for-seivice Clothiu
."" "" "" """" ",, hacold the Mudnriixy. iropi'ity on g Dell Cuiiovu, ('IarencePr- ,

: a i: MEN AND BOYS P-Pi "- $ City Happenings and $ I f he Heights conslsU.. to Mitchell of a!!lit:I Dixon.mom' rHMI-Tinropprty \ Mruinn" ; Corporals, B-ilpli>" I'hlllips., Jenkins( Julian Lowe,Diiloun JI.mt'l. ; -. Uiglit: lip to the minute in every particular.' '1'111"l\l'e, Suits of duality-thtl season's pi, ,

n n:: : Personal m lItl n. $ uncu and, six acres of ground.l Mr. Cnlllim, and John :Flynu. There favorites; ''Wo have them in cY'el'Yconcclvable shade, from r5'up! to $,0 'in Coats and Par,

nd NOW OPEN AT n e1.11oo1ts..O1N Ne Dixon the purchaser Is in the.enn- lies some twenty odd irternbers of the

n "r.Ii H. n. Estop' of Carraway wns In the ply of the Wilson Cypress Coin- oinpiiiiy._ Blue Serges in all styles from 7.50 up to X18.'p .

i n city Wudnend I..y. P'\I1Y.' having recently come to Paitfca llonrit or Trade Meeting. '. '

n from .Brunswick Ua.. The. regular meetlngnf the FnlalUaionrd
bl1 s. BROWN'SClothing n Dr. It. C. Brannen in practicing
The piano recital which WIto of Trndoi wan heldt'the
? Kidlulne In Hoabreexo.,! : The largest and most complete line
h hava \ council chninlir .
been given by-Miss Mabel Ruxeft on 1'uenclivy ovrninq ,
in u Dr II. U.: Welch of Croacput'Ityu :
at the opera house 4oulght/ bite In the atmnnce of President suits'
tvu} (in the city for it short time on x of boys' and youth's
bewt( liuk-llnltuly posFpomul/ owing lo Steen, Vice president Ueo. R. OHJrpnulcd. t
Store 'VodiiMKdny.Juiltfo counter attraction of the democraticolltlcal ever shown

; < J. C. Vrrtroc spout n. por- p rally at tilt court house. All An usual thoru wn. n large ninonntf

l nt nS r:i floe of Ii"t wA..kt, riot Claroiulen who havo purclinsrd f tickets cnn boys correaponiroiico In the h.ndlt: of thficretttry <

i r.r:I Inn, :yKnv.Innbl''I1''. hem redeemed l by culling at Ackor- which wax read to the.. Buster Brown Suits for Ctilfareji[

S n:"I n::I M. C. Welch I of Pomonn, was nan & Itew:! rt'. drug store necUii '. Three luttprs. / coma from

tr :"I n:I visitor In the city on Tuesday a After a month's illness Tax Asscsor ill section of tho union and utnk, 1 1F

You get hut I 'iii'Ht' at tint Sarnrogiv' hotel. Itullnl'il nriulrlna concerning Palutkn and
} hopes( to bo able to reiitno hk' '
).' 1 a limitoil! ( Idea Roy E. fluky for n. long time pastonnei'U'd work' next; wepk, when ho will 1\,1'Jnc.mt county with the view ol Outing Flannel Pants, Straw__and

; n of what we have u! 1 with Clay JJros. I Is upeiiil-; fill those uppointments he had mad ottlciiiont.I Panama
q U I! IUIf[ Nom tlnie ut Seabrceasa.: rst for four weekl n1); ,. These upxilntmonts The report of IIi( <" 1 reno ure, showed

r in store; for YOI1' t 4 i Duncan ClurlcV funiule, inlnKtrt'U are follows. : Putnnuilull. '170 In the trpu ury. The. Hwcrrtnrj

w by looking: ill n i will appi'iir ut Fry's opera IIOUHOinxt March 14th p. m.; Grandln.5th .. worn authorized to oriTer, C.ixw book Our furnishing goods department Is a
4 U n I Friday; evening the Itttli. ; Florahome lOLliand 17th ; Hnr- 1,114 for Immediate distribution.
Our Window.U .
n Mr aiul l Mm L. Moivton, Murray Irutl8th ; Ifnnuerrllln.chuplhou.r) l Tho Committee 01111 fcsjy: wportocl complete in every line, comprising -
Liw r r or DII.towpro, In the city yoster- Uth ; Itostwlck, 21st; llardtn. ::4:1l1rl. th\t I they bad Sotto over' the. proposed

+ //B r r day; frUBdrs at tho Saratoga( ; Hotel. Kt. Rove l'c. G. Wend l, I). D.,, bishot'f onto whit! the bonrd of county com, Hosiery,' Underwear
U r the nlmli>ii 'ra and thnt that. Lody envoi .1.1E
a In Neckwear r Emory H. ((rnen, popular\ deputy Protestant Kplxcopal dluCPHi ud the (project, tojretli.-r. wit h an Improvement Suspenders, Caps,
r Florida, will otllcinto at both tin
hoi-Ill of \Velnl.VnA
y, i W we haveThousands r a business anti of the road I from Ea et "f" __mind.'oImftIo, dent IPJ'. 1.t"1 asT '.
u r VIKltor In the h lust m morning evening services nttit I:: '
city WrilniHiilay'
'ulutkn.', to HiiHlIngK. to git a erhHtatom Btrtt. 1 guy 9t EtC. 1 _
!j : of thi.sSpring's : Marks church next Sunday,! and als><1 --"rt" ,.
F, Oliver Cliiunlierlln one, of the A committee was itppolntcnl 1 tolicet Bat =rT'. ,
; r at the 7 a. in. celebration of the holy
[; Patterns, t.J hrlght young men of Crescent' City, communion. and 1 H sl"t III entertaining the
At the serviceHiss
in Bows and :j win n. vUltor In the city yesterday Pansy Duverenx! evening will sing n solo Michigan celery growers who will

1"1": Four iu Ihtnd." u j Mr. and Mrs. H. H Bryant Mrs.f. Ity special rcqupst. There will b- arrive here on an excursion over th',
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n k k j H. T. lluis and L. J. McLeod of good music at both service All 'are U!, S. & F. Rnllwny next week, Negligee Shirts in AU!! the Latest Fads!
a and know
/U we k r j Wiiliiku' wero lu the city yesterday.County welcome. New Pest house Site. ,

I"a we can pleas you n n tax coU..ctorVll1nr. 1 give A. b[. White a cludlsh< looking The special committee conHltttlii

U with Home of our notlco that the tIt'"-books will close rpung. man who claims to hall from ot Mayor Steen, Alderman Point Full Line of Eastcr Wecltwear.,..
w = Apl'lIl..t. and that all taxes
must be Jacksonville Is serving days III the i nd Chief of Police Haffiin appointediy
1.:: Exclusive Patterns. r pull on or before that (....tll.
county chain gang for stealing a poi the council and empowered to BO-
:nn ;r A. I\:. Hawks the celebrated" At of pants: from the tailor shop of II, trot mill purcliniiv a site for a city :E. :EWIt. "5Z'" ii..BlS:1

I "In j r autn.: optician\> Is here for"" a time nuts W. Kllcker: on LPIIIOII street lie I punt house hits purchased the prop ::

n The Wilson Bros.' r n making headquarters' at Ackrr- wns caught In the net. Judge Coxempnscd arty formerly owned and occupied by; HERBERT CROOK MANAGER.

itrune & joIt..wnrt'ii, drug ,tor''. the Buiitj-nce'! 011 Tuusday nfivrnoon. the buukrhlgebiauufycturhtgCoin. -

a Negligee Shirts r"' !life, and 1 Mrs. Richard Phillips( of The young man' wore nKton t wily; on the river front n mile north '-

:4 W: Nhh.lusvllll.Iy., and Miss Virglopoof : cup ami nre best in style Tux Deed Under Section/ 8 of
Atlanta are the! BtieHlit o t t crop( of hair that matched. It In! the purpofttt of the city to 4H88 Laws of Florida. Chi

I Jr Hfst in pattern, k.kl: Dr. and Mrs. Cleo.:,. Wtluh. The News line the nssurunce of no erect thereon suitable pest houses. TOO CLERK Off! TUB CIRCUIT COURT, CCCNTY COMMISSIONEn.To : : Notice la hereby; '|ilvf
:::2 and wear brit klk Mr. and Mr.?. Held Whitford l iirTc I less an authority than Mr. H. A. H. The price paid for the property was 7'a. Ifu Demorratit Valets a/'.i'" ''''NI Canttly: tht D ntt>t ratu' t'IIof Putnam County: Moody' purchaser! of Tax certlfl t '
laughter, !Mnryor tlio. I hereby announce myself as a cnbdl-. After thanking you for the generous No. BiO, dated the :-Jnd day ol I jj
J kk Georgetown, S. Ciro ;MuKeiiiile the editor that the _
com A. ha flied
: date for Clerk of the Circuit Court at the! support> glvon mu In the punt. I moot re- DI""O. said certificate
: guetits of Mr. nnd Mis. II. H., Wit munlcntloii signed "01 ld 1 PulltluulluctlHgTuulght.Announcement I t omce and ha made
I /wJ k Dmnocrnt' primary election May. 10th, and kindly spnolfully aunt nOR my cmiclMacy, for rcnomlnatlon application fin j
k L sou. Mr. NVhlliluld! I I" a goverumenmtglneer. t mid publlxhud in the Times-Herald! Is made that cancll ask the BU, port of the Uomooratlu fur County (Jommle loner for, deed to Issue In accordanea with b

d Straw Hats k" : two weeks. ago was not written bj dater for nil state ollc3p! except thai voters Thanking you for post support, the Fourth Jlstrlnt and solicit your support Said certificate embraces the foldescribed .
.... I L.; that clerk has. property situated In Pu
anil trifling my service us In the rrlmary election to be held
k !\IrK. 1'ai'knr. Mr. Dr. Cyrus, Mrslions. W. Jo:I. Waltlns, as charged lu this s of governor, will address the cltlzum Florida
now to wit
t2 are ready r boon eatlnfuctory I am very sincerely, on May 10, IHO!. I eb..lt.! ducted. endeavor county, :
1: for r, Mr'Ickprx' nllliUMses paper last week The News I e of 1'altvtkit' at the court house to- JOSEPH:! i'KICE. to merit your approval by faithfully Hw J of oa I. section/ 17, town hl|J
: yourSelection. r r Imulxn'1'ilginnnu and Alice Unnby plpored to inako this Information m uljht. 'l'l1lslncludc candidates performing my duty.; Yours truly, range 28-40 acres f

r. l.-ft Tuemliiy, for n trip up the Oclilawalia public ns It; . ... To At Dtinocralit i'a6rrn/l'uOurmCautely': date of the .Usunnon of suub oorllh
g river. woe never bused 611 auythhigutnr r comptroller, treasurer, superlntenJuiit : I.: />." fl'tltit /' in ,
'. ry We have them This Is simply fo Buy to ;you that I will /" ('/'I'I.If PH.'HIIHI I't'itnty; the name of K. B. Clark
W. M. William, of Klsco, candidate substantial than Sues! of public instruction, comnils be a caudlilittu ln.U. coming Democratic I h I'bT aunoutics toy xtuiilUuuy( for beet Bald certlflente shall be i ied

ry ,1n all ::: for county tax ,ssut>Hur, was I iutlm Congressman Davis the firs ioi.er of agriculture nnd rallroiuuommlHsioner. primary for rHnomlnlLtlon.to the omen of re-nonilaatlon for County ('no-ale.loner .according to law, tax deed, wlllj

4pI H (trades: and\ :Styles.Soino : t.: city yoKtti'day., Mr. WllliumiIIIIK a days of the week In the spent city leaving It i In not likely that County Judge, and" that I will appreciate:' and from rvgulntloraot District No. 6. the vubjcct:i to tho rules sue A. D theiiton, ISO! *. _on the 12th dny of k&T
Ij all the candidates will be here but I It the support of ray fellow Dumoumts.: prlm.risofthe
n y are Light honiu very 8tronK backing in hIs Tuesday night for n campaign In the M. I. CWXE Deuioci-mlc party Vory respectfully. Witness my offlclal signature soul
1 for this Is sure that of them will be this the
vaiKliUiicy 0111cu.r tate. In company with the otlie nuoutrli 'I T. J. ItOOEKrt. loth day, of March A. D.ll
1:: 1 Feathery Straws Mr. and. I Mrs. Clinton UoMutte o y senatorial and gubernatorial/ Gaud. present to use up tin full time of the volt COUNTY TUKASCBEB.To (SealJ) JOSEPU PUiaj

rt '1 a: prrftetlyallaltedJ I PSI DfKnlt, III., are hors f..l'shOI.t tint dates, he \will\ ( uppiid. 1 i St. Patrick evening. Hon. Joseph Price chairmen lice Democrat Vattrs a f Putnam Cnunty:, :rOil TAX AHUKHNOU. Clerk! Or. Ct.! of Putnam C..., F

; nr:::1 tho (fiioBts, of Mr.\ and Mrs. I. (,. El day in Ponxacola, when a moiiftemeeting .; of the Putnam County Demo After thauklng you for the cordial support /l'M; DsHion'atic ISofrrt,f rul,...County .. NOTICE OF. APPLICATION
to Hot Weather. given uie lu the past I respectfully> > Tax Dee I Under Section 8 of4HH8 Cli
/ ::: wood., !Mr. HiMettH IK the editor!I ;,;i f will be held under the auspices cratlo committee will preside. announue myself a candidate for ri>uomlnutlon -: f .announce my candidacy< for ron jmlnation /! Law of Florida.

un "'}he Cronlclo," nt DeKalb.Mrs. of the Ancient. Order of Illhrrnlans. Hurry IJei-oHi'ord Next Week. to the offlco of County Treasurerat Joel to to the the coming office of Democratic Tax Assessor, sub' Notice I la hereby given that Will

!: If tlu.n'liiI\thing--! 1. W. () Holme, anil thMiMHis n Mr. Davis says he will r ehu'rt' Beresfordwith n capabl I the primaries to be nailed by the ask th9 support! ot all my primaryand friends.; ft Co.? purchaser ot Tax Cecil
n uxeoutlre committee Very respectfully No. 114 dated the 7th of
county day Julj
n car stn : needed t for t i': \ Inex Ford amt Vivian Ackerman : main !In the tate now until the elds C xuppoi\ 'tlugcwnpany will[ appear aFry' t; S I: I, KENNEKLY. I fee. n of the con elected, to do
:.i spent the first of till week ut primary. Opera House next Tuesday Very respectfully G. F.my BtJLLABD.Ta whol"duty.. once, and ha* made application fnt,

B lt'U'H"I'l'\ : I., St. retemburj. They left, Saturduj The Gem City. Guards were out o u evening\ tho 15th lust., Ill "The J'ro 7> DetHocritiif I bled futttam County: deed to face la accordance with

j he :u:; In joIlIl'CI, ..tend..nt Furd'K private car the streets Tuesday feasors Love Story" I res'-eotfully announce !myself a candidate Uu lleuiMratir t-'otars rf Putnam County Said certificate embraces the foil
sure you cane : I.: t-venlng: undo for the office of County Treasurer described, property situated In Pu
U it I.: O. !M. I'm-iintl of Snow 11111. Mel., commune" ] of Capt. Calhonn who putho t Crof Quod wlllte, lending character r In tad approaching Dtjniocrutlo prlmar* I announce myself aa a candidate: for county. Florida, to wit, :
i:2: get at with his wife and dnuhternud; blrL \ s. coinmiiy:; through an IntecvHtlu In the comedy, lit n man who baa de lei, and RU thank my follow Democrats the oiliouof CkmatyTaxAssessor, sub S | of se J section 3A, town

;. : 1\[. :S.: Urown's. 1'urnrll's rioter, were vUltorsi In the drill, bayonet exercise. bulng the pe. voted his. life to fctudy, and as are- for thuir support. FRANEMoRdB. J ject to lh. rules of the Democrntla pro range 23: -8O acre*.
mnry called for May\ loth next, and The said land being assessed it
I Iii city I Ihl'l woik.; Tlu-y took in the elal' feature, together with ingpcclion. suit.. luu won tams! lOud fortune mtsclnUtat. a re.spe'tfully
ran SHEHITF.TV ; solicit the support of my fi-1- date of Ihslosuonce of such certlllen
rrt Ofklawnhiv[ river trip on Wednesday.Hon. The annual inspection( of th e His .sister 'who lias for tlu DentMratU 1'oUrs of Putnam County low Democrats. W If. WILLIAMS.FOB the name?f Unknown No 02. Uulfriiourtllloata

S Hosiery in great't a Juo. P. Wall wit l.i the cityyenter'lay. company U to be held at the Armor'y years been his private secretary hereby announce mjn*.>.lf a candidate shall be redeemedto .
and I t' b1tRldlsprntla.tw, tkIn oii'tho. evening of April IHth, whefk. ; gear away for exhort vacation and I fur runomlnatt.m for the oni"e of Sheriff, BrpitBViBon or RIOISTBATIOS. law, tax deed will Issue thereon

H ,variety exquisite 1 ,.I Taylor, LafaycttM and BmvnnuuiMiu.lliit .; ( ol. Norvell. U. 8. A., bhtJ\ JoGylM.ral the professor. employee. n young Icily subject t'> the approval' ot Democrats In To the Ofmnmlis. Voters of fit/Ham County filh Wltuas day of April official A. D.signature 1004. anil H!

r y patterns.Summer. r look. ingapeeche.iii bihalJi ,[, J. C. K. Footer Col H. >t. named rlIeyVblte to take her pluue. the the ofilce approaching primary.have tried I have do filled 1 am a candidate for the office of KupervlHorot this. the 3rd my day of March, A. D I 1!*
one term to
'n n ri i cf f K. W. Dm 1'1' ".mdILIIiCY for glv de Montinollln and others of note will He falls lu love with the young liul r duty faithfully and, to execute the lawsImpartially. my i solicit the clstratltm support of and friends respectfully and (Wall! ] JOSEPH PIUCI
be ,' without knowing It. And then my Cl' ..rk Circuit fonrt, Putnam Co>. Fl <
f n: rt crone, present ; th e 1 will 1 appreciate the approval Di-mocrals generally at the approaching

.% weighty n Frank M. I'.iyson the wellknownBHW Joseph Mrssmer. who has story tells[ of how he mode the dls ot my fo low Democrats as a void pr'miiry. Xhanklutr AU for past sup-. NO'nCEOF APPLICATION H
lwi!;: underwear. in g ; cstab- covery and of how the love each of oonfldenoe. Buspeetfu ly yours poet, lam very rA peptfiilly.DENIS> Tax Deed Under Section: 8 CN
I mill ,man of Crellc"ntClty ticked n flue cplery farm ,
.. near the bore the In. n. c. IIOWELL.Ta PETEBVIANN. 4H88t Laws ol Florida
ni (iui/i I: nndLisle ,I In tho city Tuesday, rnrouta to St. tract of the l'nllttklDevelopm..nl. ,t other.trumphod spite or t ----- Notice U hereby given that 1
_y' t rlR C AiiKUsltuo as n rttpretientutlve from( company la going to retire from th. obstacles which Deemed. iusurtnounlable. lAt Taxfaym an.t Ottutu ralit Vatsri of FOR JUSTIC OF THE PBACI.To Williams purchaser of tax coil

Thread.Kverything i his lodge: h.> the (mend Lodge, K of business owing: to the continued 1 III The tale is skillfully toltllUdIt Putnam County: tlie V."h"/i .'''/ ''f of Dittrict NIT f, No. JlOtl, dated the lot day of> I

rla t:: is i of 1*., In St. Augustine. health! ( of Mr_. Mossmer and, will contrasts. in very artistic fushlo I I hereby aunounon myself as a candl.ilttte I'uliMin ( .,r"i i A. D., 1'JIH, baa tiled said oertltlcatiiliollloe lot
fhed111ureutmotlvestheroarewhlc. I h for the office of ShorllT subject to I hereby announce and ho made application
This: Spring'sPattern( / lu. The I'alatkii Gas, Light and FuelCompany either A..II. or lease tho place to "rt 0- Impel people to 111, rry. Perhaps the the approval of Democratic voters at the for Juatlco mr of candidacy th. Fence forreelwtlun for deed to l issue In occorilttnce wilt'
I ; primary election. the held' Sold oerttncote embraces the folio
[ liaH plnci'd unuIoKed ponidbla parties. Mr. Messmpr hn May Kith. I the
n: and Make. arc( s uest thing about It, however, Is that Eighth Justice' District, subject to ".
u pledge myself. If eli>ctiMl. to sue that the describe! proporty situated la
lights) Lonioii a of the
mi tenet and in front crop celery this uprlugamexpects Deniorratlo'prlmnrlea.. j Cruet
It lit one of those 1 plays which do not I ..tralrlof the Sheriff offloin are "o1mlnl.- my county, Florida, to wit:
u of each of tho city ('hureh.Thoa.. .. to begin shipment next record lo the Pl&8t..1lI be deemed sufficient
depend upon scenic accessories and tared ecouonilcully and enlcluntly I and W i Grove lot 149. Crescent City
111 Clothill I] lUjhts nr. very pretty n.ntl" (great week. HU. land has been ciirpfullprcparxd the ilk.., for success: Its merit 1HuUlelent. will appreciate the support/ of my follow gunranteu In the discharge as to my ability of and fairness The! said land being assessed It

( :...I n.. Improvement tho old 1 open Hunt*. has a IlOU, ling well and hiui Democrat JAMES E. LANE. Thanking my; many friends fur my;past duties.sup date of the Issuance of such certlE
WI' make 1\ Mien; In the name of W. Burgese. Ui
thoroughly underdralnnd.F. and
a Itunry a. Wllmiii nntertalived a The company In meeting with grea rOH BEPREHEMTVT1VE IN LEaI8LATt'B: port soltaltlfg tho-sam In the future said eertllloate shall be endue

: specialty of they ""I large l'n ijty; of Kentlpineii! --Home sevtcin A, Gerber A Sons have L."H..dthe success everywhere. 7V eke, ftemocmtic ''.!",.. of Putnam County:, very respectfully C. I. BOWTOJJ. cording to law tax deed will 1

y; Celebrated .. or more-at lunch lnxt'Fue room on Front street. C"rm"rly! I take this method ot announcing m? -- thereon! on the 30tb day of Marcb.l
j day afternoon. 'fhe by the Putnam Nations' WANTEP Young mao to work In a tianilMaoy for the office of representative" 1UOJ.
i:: GrUfon Brand.L. party was ad..l..gntion occupied: grocery store. Good Job and permaneuemployment E In the legislature at the upproaebluKilemoc'ratlu Lt' AdvertiNemi'iits.SOTICE. Witness my olllclal signature ind
n ti of K\oU) road ndvocntei, Hank, and will occupy thp same liS for n young aaunut.trul I primary and respouiful'y oak this the 24th day of February, A D.I t
1,;: ''fhe" (HIII'IIWlltil who cams from over the East Coast an undertaking establishment of work. For particulars 'all reps Grocer tin support of my fellow democrats; .rRATrOw [Mark} JOSEPH PBICS.
1'1 wllrrnnt.,1.1 ": Rnllwny.J Heretofore this branch of their bun I. care Palatkn News Pa'atks' Flu. FeILbfollyyoure.; J. il(. C'UESgEB, SB.: NOTICE.The : <1&. Ct. of Putnam. connty. re ;
t 1\1'1' -- .city; reglstratloa: books
-- b
: has ---------- will
ness been
r4-' n 'I'ht'y' nrn Rtyliolh r \.. nrt"is flrst In the market roof conducted 'under th IC WANTED good" family horse suit_ To; tat thmotratif VotfTs >>f Putnam County open at the court house from nlu* a. m. Proclamation.
same their
5 with shipments of cc.l"ry.fro! HurtlIuul. as furniture busluem' able for a lady to handle and drive. At. Having again! determined to become a to one p. m. no the following days:
tw1 look like l: .. a small uhlpment yeNterclny It[ 114 proposal by tho Mesitr. Gerbeto r drvss OeD. f. Burrull, Satsuma Ilel;. hi* candidate loathe LejltetureI respect. TunexUy March let; Saturday. March Nut Ice 1* hereby given that.. 01>>
?' Tho ; have one of the most cl'lJ1pl"t\l.llll- Flu., giving. particular end price. 3-13-1 i it fully ak the support[ my fellow Democratic nth ; Tuesday March 8th, Saturday for city offloer/ for the city of pub
a Cuatonl 1L'1.11'. celery was of good size, well dertaklng establishments In citizens In the approaching prt. March Htl ; Tlle.,lay-, March 15th>. Saturday Fla.; wilt, be held In said city on D
bleached and was l grown at his seed thstate t o /caries It nominated my effort* will be March 10th ;Tuesday March I)2d) day, the 5tn dajof April, A. D. !'**.
n Tht'Y 1'it. u:j bad l la rear of the old 1 MerwinutableK. and the new place will be floe you want to get your money',Bur/ the advancement of the beet interest. and from 9 a. m. to sundown on Satur For Mayor of said city.
up with! botlrpiorgue! and chapel. worth; and sea a good COLD knockout of our beloved state In R"uer.l.nd Putnam day March. : aa. 19H4.B) For one Aldarman for Ward Ono.
A. aoj : The Black use Peek' Pln& Tar Syrup county; In partleulm. Thnnklngyou L. KEXNEBLY, ta For one Alderman for Ward Tau
/ Fine Line ofBoys' r Il"v. L. D. Oelger, secretary. of the Pattl Troubadours \1(111; ] lor post support, I sm slnoeroly! '; yours City; Supervisor of Regl.trstloe.Noymc For one Alderman for Ward Thw
u state board of Unions of the 1'apttxt l ba trm.. attraction at Fry's oper ('. F. HPHAOUE.To -' -- -- For one Alderman for Ward Four.
+ tj : House ; ; Ward Five
For Alderman for
l1 and! church, preached to larjce!; coner.U Ulack Patti nextYednesdny ls probably the be evening
gallon in the First llaptlst church th : andReception. I have con .ntwl to gain beam a their next meeting ua April Fib, will, For ODe Alderman for Ward Bent
t h., H Chit.1r..n'" h last Sunday evening. At the con- > negro race has produce c Opening osudldata for the Legislature, subject to receive bide for a bridge tender at Blot The following are the ln P"" !t'V
cluHion of the sermon nil appeal was She will be the loading attraction the approval of my Democratic allow Creek Bridge stating salary per month clerk for saoh ward and deslgP.
+ j Clothing. t niada for contributions which the company which is. said to uum ._ G nltUcn lrt the prluia'lr called for May prepared to give bond In tbasum' of tills: ), polling place ID same: -,
)' Ij 1'ricea.f was bar 10llle BUmembers, The ashen 10tIf/ nominated I promise to dive i commissioners reserving the right to re Ward Inspwtont N. O.,
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Popular responded to irenerouHly. beet effort! In behalf ject any awl all bids. clerk J. Beyoold I
yy, :.I ,. of the Troubadour U a madly of --- my of my; county 'I l lobo Doyle 8.
; and state. I will, appreciate JOSEPH I-BICE. Pair! PolUug plaoe: O y'. w'SS '
Frank your sup-
D.Vnttfrr Howell,
UJW n A. Davis (comedy/Vltu levllla I
< And
1 opera boulTeand Hiss Kate L. Lucas port. Very truly your Clk. Bd. Co.-Comes Ward 2-ln.psctora A. O. PJ
:.I ,n. and 1 II. R Cooper: are In St. Augustine L- the opening number U ,called JNO. V. WALL. clerk Dove Thompson, M. M. TW<

'JW! r; this week. delegates. from "Dark town'. Circus Day." The ..ntertalntnent corJUIty; Invttea the Ladles of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Julio T. Botd. Polling place::
+ n Sc. Johns Lodge of PuUtka to the will Folatka rOB COUHTT TAX COLLECTOR.To Tax Deed Under Section 8 of-Chapter!! lire station K ld street. ,
and Putnam ,!:
probably allorc to her
county; 480* Laws, of ,,,*
lAt JSitMttratit Brown
grand of the > VoUn of Fttlnam Cnnlf.: I-Ioapeot.un:
lodge IChlghtu of l .
:: Me S. BROWll. y.lilim Thanking forth I Notice 1 la hereby given that William Pat &'CO...... Jim Bay. Walter Tb
you kindly; support
Dr. Guy C, Elites: U also absent Annual Spring & Company, purchaser of
Opening tax esrtlniMt Council\! chamber.
R. Brak..nuhauls giver! me In the I place
:...I I, at the grand lodge., ail ante r' the NfW a past respectful; Nor\283: dated tb"4th day ef November sWard I 4-Inspectors: Tbos. Ho*
late delegate. copy of the Geneva (Ohio) Press,- Season of 1904, on / to myself the; oOloa a candidate of County for Tax ranomluatlon t'oU- A. D., 140S, has IKsd: ..aldnIUoate ID clerk t 8. J. HI burn H.( Y./ 1100 w. *

ur Times of February 6th, with t he Thursday ..and Friday, Lector Urn coming Democratic my office and has mad application for ,A. Oralogar Pulllog place: Corn"
ClOmieru u Kd' /Slices white, and CharlesJoUimon i following item and the remark tha i March 17 and 18. Faithfully You,.. A. S. \.VIL4 yrlmarr..ARD. taxtteed Said to I..UIIID. oucordaooe with, la... ,and Thtrdr street J
and Willie William color it eeralfo.teembrsoee the following Ward E. 0
explains why h. liven tu Florida : : S-Inspootorsi

:.I' axeGels' "" ,,d, have been committed to Jail 41. "A Jefferson.! man has kept tab of thi is roa cocinv srriKurrurouiT! roauoinHTBDOTIOW. county described; riot-Ids property, t6 wit,situated t t In.Putnsni elerki6fHuh4 ford. ; Polling piece Wm t Court Iven,bousa 1).0.

n default" of <30i) bond. to wale trial at winter's wuathTr. There hare bee On the N. } section 1. 10/ D. *T
: evening the flAt meutlonei To tlu D.t".Ii01_ of Putnam C. township large Si- Ward ft-Inep tors J.
n the iprluir term of the circuit cod rt up to data 7l days since the snow' day, from to 10. a Public Reception Tbanklnif for tmff 160 aer.... e'srk ; J. H Motley* John Be.1ato !]
a n for breaking and I will be held. If ;yon 'support given Said land being assessed at the 'Bval. 8II* *"
dou'i ;
furni ishet entering. They came. During this time there Ila vboen a you happen m.. la the past as school commissioner of the lasuana ... IVUiug plate; ,
to get a card. sa !b eertllloate In cab store Lt> .
broke Into the depot at Bostwlckaxt but seven day when It wn. coma anyway and trostlnu that I have performed the came of i'U. Com I. Co. Unless. said o moa street. .Thom" I
n Friday night and stole two botles clear duds of that offlu. la a manner that has WanlTIoapectorsielsrki
weather. There hat Btfrtlfloat
n beta three shall beredeemedaceo -
merited ding to J... Smith! WSaucer. .... &g
) of whisky. some medicine and.B Jaya ot rain, and Over 6O, when more your approval .I hereby; an- law, tax deed will, kura thereon on Ute Polnogplace Cone's old
PolOlka flun R Grand display of solace myself; a oandldat for the offlo 6th day of April. A D., 1004
cluck. .
Justice How ton heard the or lean mow fell Tbero baa bee n every of County Superintendent! of PubUa la- Lemon Itr""" t. .

5u carne lInd placed them la Jail to aw61trial. 1 deigning all but two day line Nor thing new In spring mil ,troctiao. and l..peeUIII/r/; ask your sap.port Ibis Wttooaa the bed my ilay',offlcital,of March.signature'" A. D.;and 1004.\ ..,al at Polls subset open at .8 'o'clock! A./ )ar.[. m.STE.Lt *y; \1

s a aaaaJ ia a99A 2a2222 3 i ." linery and novelties. Inik.DemoetsUeprlmary&fayIOta. (s..tl l J0AEP11JiRIUE.: Mayor ot ..Id ti
.. very truly. 10. K. TVC1 U.'" O.OI'k Ci, X Clf ?tau... 101oUI"l'lorW> A.. "- h14ItU. l'1.. tIbI'Ul7 11),1:101: ,

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