The Palatka weekly advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087245/00156
 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: January 6, 1905
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: UF00087245:00156
 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 1 0 f 11111 ijf PORT r I ARTHUR I R RR fi Episode Chrlrtmar In Slavery NAPOLION Q. BRO ijW WARD Faa Bland..A.of. LOST Uavd Metal For ART.WMnb Tool.CertainH

,j Speaking [Original, -- Fame and fortune await the lucky Individual I'

TROUSERS' R ROSSi00 g iO SIr00g7eI W in me Far (ram It was snow the trees December rested, and on there the.In. Louinlnna.moss was hanging thin Ice Alight I IOOUguroled: Gov nor 01 flori 0Alfiid o /Egyptians/ wbo of the metals can Aztecs riyllncoior from and which tine limo Incns combination the .,'

is !ft nn the pools. A ;young girl driving a of Peru made their tools and arm" ''

1 1 THE ONE V Of Pants [us t 8 Serreldcr810 lireJOp00ese. and pony stopped cart was before coming a cabin.down A a negro road IfpOSIO f Cere 00ies. a Though high state each of of these lllxatlon. tuitions, none reached of b\ a

SUREPLACE V.q 'P woman followed by a pickaninny' four them ever discovered Iron In nplte of
the fact that tho soil of all three countries -
a years old, came out to where the cart TALLAHASSEE
OF stoat IN GALA ATTIRE was largely Impregnated with It.

SECURING ,; + Reminds us "Clarlnso," said the girl[ "has your Their substitute for It was n combination \

nilsHls Bald anything about what she And Brilliant with of metals whlcli had the temper
The City Filled With Sick and Beauty and Mil-
Trousers of steel. the efforts
Despite greatest
m that will Is to do for
r we going ;you In the way of a
r Wounded and the Harbor Christmas dinner itary Tinsel. the secret of this composition has baffled

SHOWING TAILOR'S with "No MlsHle Alice Hon, Napoleon.. B Brownrd of scientists and has become a lost.
r '} Supply you with Wreckage.After she hain't .uldoothlll'
ill I
EVERY art. The great explorer, llnniholdt
'bout dot But me and ole
my ;J icksonvllh-
LINE AND SCAM-\ them and eleven moiitlm siege and the man don' keer 'bout no Christmas din : noon Tuesday look 10' tried to discover It from an analysisof j'

th INSIDE AND OUT- I slaughter of thousands. upuuthous- n...... We got a heap o' trouble." She oath of otllce us chief executive of a chisel found In an aurlent Inca \

), WEAR WELL. AND all ands", of soldiers< Fort Arthur, the drew near the cart and spoke low the State of Florida, Urn inauguraleerrmmniesbeingelnborste silver mine but all that ho could find
out that It appeared to bo combination -
HAVE STYLE SATIS. while tears tilled her eyes. "Man' WHS n
i FACTION ) Riihtdaii stronghold In the Far East, gain' to sell Bobby" and Imposing. of a small'portion of tin with
A Winter
pa WeightClothing
E 'W PLEASURE TO HAVE ling at lust (fallen Into tie hands of "Bull Bobbyl Separate you from him \. copper. This combination will\ not give
\ the hnrdnt'Ms of so It Is evident
I steel
l Surely, Clurlsse[ such a thing hasn't Time day was aiiHplclnns for the
YOU CALL AND the victorious .
SAY \ ever Japanese.At ,
1\ I been done about here since" She stop that tin and copper; could not have/ been

I "LET ME LOOK AT I \U oclock. Sunday night General ped. She was about to say )nve a event for It dawned bright and clear Its only component parts. Whatever r'

THOSER6 W' TROUSERS tq Btoessel, coinmandnr Port Arthur, slave mother had killed herself after with Just enough Icy cilHpness in the might have been the nature of the metallic
; ) I SEE ADVER.T1SED" i from her combination those nnclcmt races
separation child.
air to make
i Now sent iv note under" Hag, of I nice to the bracing.
wero able so to prepare pure copper ,
-YOU'LL LIKE: I I Miss Alice Sinclair made an effort to ?"
TIiEMaClIIIIIIII i'I$1' $ j Japanese commander, General Nog!, comfort the mother. but there. was no Promptly at 10 o'clock this morning that It equaled In temper tho finest ,

l la signifying\ his willingness to discuss comfort Bhe knew that old Dufour the great .procession formed on steel produced at the present day by r

4 at a slight who owned tills family, would sacrifice Monroe north the most sclantlflcnlly approved proo-
street of
very terms of sm render and asking for the them to his own Interest. Virginia ess. With their bronze and copper Instruments -

advance above appointment\ coin mu issitmimers. "Qoodby Clarlsse," sue sold, touch- under the direction of Chief Matshnl they wore able. to quarry/

I These'' coimnlsaloneis met anil at 1 log her pony with the whip. "(dud help W. M. MclntiiHh, who has had complete and shnpo the hardest known stones,
'; such as grnidte and porphyry and
actual Cost., o'clock Monday afternoon had agreed you.Oa Christmas morning a servantfrom control of the arrangements for von cut emeralds and llko substances.

) I on terms ns follows: the Dufour mansion came to >he Inaugural parade and program. A rediscovery of this lust art would n

The HiiHslan olllcers\ both civil and Clarlsae's cabin with au order for ber The formation being complete at revolutlonl/u many trades/ In which
4 Fearnside Clothing and her husband to come to the stool at present holds time monopoly.If .
military to fan allowed to march out house and bring Bobby. As up soon as 11 o'clock, the procession moved In copper[ could thus be tempered[ now

conlpanyJ the military with urnm. The ollleuis Clarlsse heard the message she fell ihe following urd"rl: its advantage over steel would be very
great. and It would no doubt' be preferred -
.i to be granted full lIhul'ly after giving over In a swoon. Jeff her husband Olllcers: In command of troops' with latter In Industries
Palatka Florida.Slurrrahfor caught her In his arms."Don' to the numerous -
premlMe nut to take 'fur her \part In .IHIC UI1 horseback It Is a curious fact that, though
honey; Oon' do (dat We got
Military band.Company this lost Beirut still baffles. m, I the war.Time each udder and mebbe Bobby won
!It must have been discoveredIndependently
soldiers of the gnrrirtimand the Lab to"go out o' de suit*. Wake up A, 1st Inf Jacksonville. by the throe races which

The Old arid New. noncombatants to be pilxoners of honey.Clare\ revived but only to clasp Company F, 1st Inf. Jacksonville. made, use of It so long ago.-New York

,, the Tuesday's meeting of the: board of war. her boy, vowing that she and he sbould Company' B.1st Inf Feriiandlna Herald

Illrvx; ( county coninUssloneis witnessed the The surrendered foi'tress to be formally die rather than be separated. But her Company: 11, let Inf. Lake City., COMMON SPARROW.
retirement( of the old board and the good man finally prevailed aDd she
tmndud over to time Japanese( Company M, 1st Inf. Marlanna,
of the The old board consented to go to their master. At .
hemming new Ha la Rot AI..7. 5k..eia.h Vagabond
Tuesday. the house assembled In the great hallway City council.Riuiptlun .
Hew Year not but tor a few moments and II. |. Palntad.Tbe .

wound up .some unllnlHhml business; The piisonei> lo hilt roll out Oil lime wore a number of the planters committee.St'ilfotllclals house sparrow has been called l la
aud members of their families, Including
lien Chairman Fearnside' dnclared l following! day. Colonel Sinclair and his daughter other than Cabinet nuisance a street gamin, a vagabond,

1\1111 tho shoes CUUUV & LANE sell! the 'board dead Ueneinl Xogl the victorious Japanese Alice. Dufour stood with his buck, to till, era, a thief, a robber, and this by many so
called bird yet In opinion,
lovers ; my
: w H.>pin'" of nice fitting Shoes, stylishto The retiring members are tint veteran commander reports\ I the following the fireplace, while apart sat an unattractive I ftiilrund Coinmlsiiloiiers. be Is one of our most Interesting. birds,
John Hancock, of llostnick A man-a trader. Even those I
the condition of Port Arthur, Justices of Supreme Court He Is lively bright: thrifty and brave.
f the minute and. priced reasonably J. Rogers of Putt.am Hall and the an who used a dealer In negroes looked
his worst
A No one, not even enemy can
., AVV are CtillHIc'd every week day in the chairman, F. J. FenrnMde, "Order Is maintained.\ by the ntll- down upon him.'Tomorrow Cabinet otllcers. gainsay this. He Is also ever readyto

There were no speeches; no bo- curs; the people are quiet said Dufour in a surly Governor and" I Governor-duct and help his own kind out of any difficulty
ja 1 this shoo emporium. For tone, "I have note to of $.WO.
T+' ">eoevgo" yoM in a pay
quote; nothing but a graceful makingway "Tlie tolal number of Inhabitants |lurl.V'IItalf i Into which they may fall.
Mr. Mllllkln here from Savannah, of-
*'u.+i"Ird: comfort for elegance, for long for tho new board which met One day as I was walking up street
of II" about UO.IXIO, ol' w hoi.i 25.01)0; ) are fare me the amount of my note for the officers past a large mill where dozens of

lasting quality, CROSSET SHOES rank wcand to none Woo know muiedlatnly old. upon adjournment soldiers Ballots. The total number boy. If any one present can afford Reu+hiug the front entrance of the sparrows were collected, 1 saw something ,
the to buy the whole family I'll sell them
your foot needs and are ready to meet them to I a nicety. The new board Is composed ofV, of sick or wounded l lit !iOOUU., cheaper than I would separate, or to a capitol the. party alighted and ascended esteem which for tbe has so much called Increased little street my

Like to have your cuetoni.CURRY. n. Allen, J. C. Strickland, who were "Common provisions and bread are trader" the steps' and there, followed gHinln. It was In nesting time and

also of the old board and.1 L. C. Can- plentiful but theie )In a scarcity of There was no response It would ,ny greet. applause the oath, of ofHcenas young birds hardly able to fly were .

ova, Edward S.: North and D. WllillDIH. have required between $2,000: and administered quite common. As I walked/ on my'attention ,"
& LANE meat and vegatablus."There $2,600 to buy the family and the planters by the newly chosII was attracted by one of theseIn ,

The new board elected L. C. Can- are no medicul supplies at In the parish were all struggling Chief Jimtlce, Hon. James liWblthVId the inlddkt of the road alone. He .

ova chairman and got immediately Port Arthur The Japanese are strenuously against a slump In the" price of sugar.Do- ', and Uovernor Jennings wns sitting there and every little while :. \

(Vatterlin's old stand) to business It didn't take things for sucooilng the people." four"Well"since my you friends don't, continued come forward \llll bllefbut well-cliosen" words diveml giving out a little dlnconsolnte chirp.
... While I was watching him a delivery
granted Immediately proceeded --- --- I see no way but to carry out the Bale to the new governor I the great cart came down th. street. at full t
to view .and see what WORLD NEWS. of the child Mr. Mllllkln offer
-With Many Thanks." ; county property your seal of the stato.Oov"rllor speed The young bird was likely to
Grand Concert Possible. It 'looked like. The board visitedthe !Ie"-
; be crushed, but I was not the only observer m
Prof L. \V. Mehrtens, head of the The \Vllnnn Cypress Company of Jail Inspected the court house, District Attorney/ Jerome has. refused "One moment please." Biowurd was greeted of Its dlHtrees. As I watched,
this city a company whose) hlut mills\ to admit Nan Patterson to ball. The words came from Colonel Sin with long and cuuthmouaapplnusemut:
ConservatoryofMusic! was and even crossed the river In a galeto about a do/.cn sparrows flew down and
In/ the city\ this-'w'eek. arranging\ a grind out I an nvemge' of 8i>,(IMM)( ) foot ofoyprese Inspect the dock and approclies San Francisco experienced a number clair an elderly gentleman of benign mounted the rostrum to deliver gathered round It. I didn't know what
lumber every working day of earthquake shucks on Sun countenance who rose as be spoke. was going to happen for the minute
concert here on February llth. fur the ferry line.There friends," he said, "my daughter Ills liuiugural address. He spoke III
"My :
sent Its
of the year, has generously done at the day.Tlie but I was soon enlightened. The flock
Prof. Mehrtens' company hn made check (for *trm 0 to each of the white wasn't much federal grand fury| of Portland, Informed me of this sale, and I notified clear loud tones, and his speech weeruqusntlypmmutueted of newcomers. fairly hustled the little
for concerts at the meeting In. the way of new business, Oregon has Indictud 1 Senator John This Is Christmas moraine.
arrangements chuirheu represented! In Pnlatka. : with! applause.The one out of the way,,yof the oncoming(
Poi.oe tie Leon hotel St. Augustine but the board did; ll"t Itself In fchupe J [. MltuhellforcniiHpirauy l to defraud There are two ways of celebrating the cart and Into the safety of the. ditch
and at other east const towns, and Pile company I also sent cheeks churches.of :2o for future Intelligent action. government!! out of public lands.J. birth of him who brought peace on inaugural ball took /place at I don't know exactly bow they did It,

to; each! of tho local colored the of the Edward Addlcks Is again earth and good will to men'-one la our night and Vas
there Is one date-Feb'y. I llth- L. C. Caiiovn, president an an event of unusual! they moved so quickly but I think It
open to flilin. It also .sent checks for $;jO to the bO"I'd.1\1I well as Messrs. North andWilliams avowed candidate before. the Delaware own families, the other In the familiesof brllll"lIce.1.ltor" was In time same way that a man ls

which he desires of artiete'uwhich Palatkn! Public Library and to the Is not likely to disappointthe legislature for the U. S. SenalofHhlp. the needy. We have already this were presentfrom carried onward In a crowd. H* helps
But1.8/ the company Therelll be another all of(
fire department. The prediction Is everywhere morning been occupied with tbe first parts the state himself a little, and the people around
to people
Prof. Mehrren proposes these deadlock. Here Is an opportunity to engage In the
The Mr Wilson who signed him swoop him forward. The little Incident
bring Is an expensive one he requires checks with his good right hand did. made that they will prove progressive Senator Platt of New York has second. I propose that w. buy this GOINGS ON IN FLORIDA.W. clearly showed that sparrows '

guarantee Of at leant !8(10( tickets. broach the subject to his loft, and careful guardians of timecounty's won out In his demand that the republican child and give him a* a Christmas are not always as selfish and unfeeling

This guarantee; will try to be sec not Interests. assembly. shall re-elect his present to his parents. I will .head a as they are painted-Amateur '
The hoard\ voted unanimously to collegue (.'hl UIICY M. n..ppw. Oov. subscription for the purpose with 900." K. Vanderbllt Jr. has enteredfor I
of our prominent butOne Sportsman.
ured by some told the favored former Governor
of our good mlnUUa'9 make the Palatka News the otllclal Odell "Colonel Sinclair," said a gentleman the automobile, races at Daytonabeach.

mimic loving ludles. News of( the donation to hU church, of the for the ensuing Black. sitting next to him, "I will subscribean ',
> Mehrtens' paper[ Natural Preference.Miss
Should i rof. company
Commonwealth Minister of Trade. I '
knowing previous The Florida Knot
amount"Tbe Coast Automobile
maid thilll'.r. \ equal
curries with It the publication tour
which Violet had made a rapid
In the Interests year '
come the concert will be donations to the city McLean of AuHtiulia. In consideringthe slave parents caught the drift of' association will build a shell
wholesale '
which of the delinquent\ tax list Inthl.plller. advisability of slate bonuses for of the European continent and found ,
of the public library made Inquiry 1 the situation and listened eagerly for load 1 from Daytona to New Smyrna.
churches by company the encouragement of cotton raising!\ little to Impress her, either favorably or
will share In the proceeds.. among the pastois, with the result untilVEdu..d..y In Australia. .:No n..d.Ve have It every word. There were no more fifty Prof. A. A. Murphree of the Florida otherwise. )
board did 1 not adjourn
Is Mme vouch for The burn in this country. dollar subscriptions, but the smaller Slats C'ollegn'Pnllahuss e, !is the all wanted to
The star of the company that it Is enabled" to to "You say ;yon: saw yon
Laura Mehrtens, pianist, and among the correctness of the shove meuioned \ noon. Chmerlutte'N. O.;, went dry at 8 ones Including $:lIS from Alice Sinclair new. president. of the State Teachersassociation. of Italy," Bald a friend on Miss Vio ')t tlet's
when 16 given out of her pin money, finally i
the other wellknownartistes are ; benefactions.In o'clock last Saturday night return to her nntlve heath In
noted A Prosperous Institution.The saloons went out ol business by reason raised the amount subscribed to t9 0. Motorboat races will be held.. on Kansas. "What did you think of the '
Mrs. Percy Wlokonberg, a Memori&.m. annual statement of the EastFloildnSavings of the prohibition which) wax Every! one present felt that be bad sabscribed lake Worth In February. Hoary lazzaronl '

dramatic soprano and Rudolph Jncobsun At a regular communication of & Trust Company voted 1 last July by a majoiity of more than he could afford. Du :M. Flagler and Sir Thomas Dewar, "Don't talk to me about It," saidMiss ,'

young Russian! violinist.Of 8..tllnnllHIht./ .. lodge, No a: F. & A. will be found In another col- about 1,0110. Charlotte. Is just nn tlieoutsklits four, wbo regarded the whole affair .. :M. P. of London, will be the referees.It Violet briskly "I'd' rather have ,
which moonshine .
these artistes we gladly reproduce M,, held at their hail, HaUumaHighrs of the whisky an Interference with him rights, stood '11'11111. a swell nlfi.lr. dish of American macaroni
good plain
the following notices: Florida I>eceinber2Hth, 1UW4, umn of this paper consists largely of country. a
/ press grimly waiting; the negro trader was James B. W hil field has been chosen baked with cheese time." '
"Lnura Mehrtnns Is.. gifted artist. the: following resolutions were adoptWherenu figures. But they are of figures that William Ii:. Schley a prominent. fumbling with his hat; the father and by lot among his associates on any '

Bneldeeaeplendll technique! before edt indicate, better than almost anything '(planter and late member of the mother of the child who were unconscious he bench Chief Justice of the Supreme -
which dllllcultles melt away as If the Grand Master of the 'eorlClIIpgl"I..t1.rp., was shot. by his court of Florida. He Is the Ml.taken KlndaoM.
they had never been she possesses a Universe having beau pleased, to call else the prosperous condition wife at their home U miles. from Columbus of hi. and their peril looked on youngest man on the bench. Jack-Hello, old. maul Awfully glad
wonderful touch a rare sympathy from earthly labor to eternal refreshments of this section. They show a volumeof last Friday. Schley was at- with an agonized suspense. Then Alice to see you. Hure take oil that coat and
for the Interpretation of compositions oil December Ttli 11W4, our beloved money and money transactions tempting to strike Ills wife with a Sinclair spoke: The Tampa Bay Hotel is to be reopened put on this smoking Jacket and make

of widely divergent schools brother Thomiui V. lllnks, that tell a tale of steady growth\ for chair when she shot him. He may "Mr. Dufour, will you not give something on the 10th. Thos. J. It. yourself comfortable Dick-Deuce take
will be the The
and. In addition la endowed with so who. during\; the period that, endearedhlms. he was amember this. business. get well. rDurour city Brown of Tampa, Is to manager.buy the, bin Itl I Do you mean to Insinuate that Idon't
to make of tills lodge BO DavId B. Hill of New York scowled. "I must h.100
charming a personality as. '. and alll- E. S. Crill the dlstlngulsed Senator house for $I2A,01M: ( which is about 10 feel comfortable In a dress suit?
his courtesy Dr. "
her a favorite with every audience. If to us by Insists that his announcement-of August tomorrow. Less will not serve, h.
cent of It.
Berlin Times. billty that Ills memory will ever he head of this banking Institution, Is a \ retlfe from per cost

"The of both North Carolina clierlshed In our hearts, therefore be former state treasurer and In financial politics onllJmmunry1std, la a go and said.Then trader and "Col." Sam Small formeily the Simplicity has always been held to
tba arose
and South press Carolina has. recently I It circles of the Southland Is. rank that he Is now out. There. are .a. few negro Rev." Sam. lectured on "His :Majesty be a mark of truth. ,It Is also a markof
aeoounta Resolved! that In this bereavement people In the country who Incllnu spoke: "I know ootblo Is expectedfrom the Devil" In the Duval thea S.olus.-Schol'pnhnu"r.
contained many complimentary Wickenberg's thin lodge Is deprived of an active ed as one of the great bankers of the lo the opinion that his real r..lh'elllent me, a nigger trader. I'm used to tre. Jacknonvllln, last I Sunday night,
of Mrs. Percy and painstaking/ member He stands for safe bankIng last families and I've nothln' Do NOT SUPPUIHB A COUOH. 4
In In the cities of'' .. "Iou., country. should date from Novem buylu' Into His smallness bus an Intimate acquaintance
appearance those states. public Mrs. Wlckenberg's who was thoroughly imbued of with or. and aggressiveness along conservative to do with other families a* long .. I with his majesty.W. When you have a cough do not try to a ,
our ber.Dr.
rich soprano voice never falls to ex the precepts. and principles life .. lines.Shepard's. Leroy. S. Chadwiclt husbandof l intuit take care of my own. Irs my Q. Bogaidus, cashier, of the suppress It, but remove the cause The
It der, who evinced, In a card L. Chadwlck, arrivedat Last Is onlv a symptom of some dls-
cite favorable comment wherever the Mrs. Cassle own family that moves me now. :Seaboard, freight otltce at Tampa has cough
Is heard and the congregation of the Integrity and uprlghtnens" all 1 who pre- Moving Pictures. Hoboken from Kurope on Saturday summer me unit my wife had a boy. ."'* been arrested for enibeKxlemenc.He I eaaa .and the disease, Is what you should

Independent Presbyterian Church nal Masonic to his brethren but will two hoursof cud went immediately to Cleveland hain't got him now. W* hain't got any easily gave bond for his appear cure then the cough will stop of Itself.
rightly considers itself. fortunate In sen ted not only example and an This company give where he was admitted to ball children at alL I come away from ance. His arrest was at the Ill- The most common cause of coughing I.a Is !
having obtained her services lit the to the community an entertainment at the Opera House In the sum of .1O.OtM<). The doctor to rid trance of a surety company onld Anodyuen will promply suppressthe
Inspiration\ to better deeds. did not know his wife home on this trip a-purpos git aDd containing
Savannah: Morning News. do In Saturday night. The pictures. o insist claims he was cough, preparations
Resolved that bowing as we the former. Mme. peVere, a former of Christmas. I wouldn't be there for Mr. Baer an aged Inoffensive and chloroform opium eto.. are used for
'With' world of tenderness the Divine Frontier life In 40\ a Voyageto
a humble Biibmlsslon to of uomvict.President. no money seeln' my boy can't be there respected citizen of Fernandina was that purpusbut they do not our the !
exhibited In "Wlegenlled, a will we mourn the loss of an elllolent Italy Pranks of Buster Brown, Roosevelt kept too. I tell you what I'm goln' to do. murdered. In his little groc..ry.torelast cold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy oo
'owskl rare brilliancy shown technique in the Wlenl-that and worthy brother, a and devoted a faithful adherent The Old Homestead Along the River house( on Monday Every precau-open My boy that's gone to heaven gives $50 Thursday. The motive of the the other hand does not suppress the
numbers a of Free Masonry deed is to have been rob-
m..delh possible to do full Justice to dally life BO clearly Rhine, Genuine Oerman Boar Hunt, tion was taken throughout the houseto to make up the amount to buy the thought cough byt relieves It by removing from
friend whose bery. His skull was crushed by two the which
the Berlot truths and at: Port Arthur etc. Insure the safety of the President freedom." the throat and lungs mucus
pyrotechnics of the Da reflected the fundamental. The Lookout boy's heavy blows. "'
obstructed the breathing and allaying
computation and withal, a versatility fraternity. and other About I o'clock the Alice Sinclair went to the speakerand
of our side-splitting comedy series
of teachings deeply besldee a general reception to the citizens. be followed Hon. W. N. Sheats retiring super-. the Irritation and tickling In the throat
that makes,. his interpretations Resolved., that we sincerely pot oat her hand. She was .. '
the secretions and
the mote classical writings for his affectionately sympathise with gan. Every phase of life was represented present except Do- Intendend of puhllo Instruction has. It also opens vnutually <
Instrument dellirht to musician and and l fn their sorrow Moving. pictures are always entertaining in the line old and young" by every one and been presented with a gold watch. bv and permanently ourua the cold
a family
amateur alike, Rudolph Jacobson, bto-fllloteil them that II* who tempers and the Shepard company rich and poor black white, yellow four. Then the papers passed several of the county superintend .as well .as the cough. For sale by Aok-
the young Russian violinist scored 1 a reminding wind to the shorn l1\mb.1 la said to give a most excellent lot and red. All were greeted by the Bobby was a free pickaninny. HI. ents. The presentation took placeat eripan & Stewart

success that. has rarely been aceord- the with Infinite compaeciomuponthent of them. president and under the stirring mother bad him clasped clou to ber the Windsor. hotel last Friday. J
.d other musicians.- Washington. ( looks down In the hour of their deso- Prices will be 25, 85 and 60 cents. music of the bund the people were breast, while his father looked on. I night. Dr Lewis T. M. Btocker. former !,'
Post. You should secure tickets and seatsof kept busy, nlovlng rapidly past. the tears streaming down his black cheeks. physician nt the stare Insane asylum S
. John of the OreenBay
Busty .
laUoll and Stewart.A Chaftahoochee, says Mr* Abhle H.
of these resolutions Ackerman receiving party. said Alice Sinclairon
Specialise In Shoes.Curl'J n..8..lve.rthllt. a copy of our ---... 'You see papa. Phoaphate. company has. brought Dodge af Jacksonville, wham will, Is
bit sent to the family Big Reduction. of Md, their way home "the Influence of suit against\. the Polk Countv National being contested, was insane 'tihe
but foot- full Mr. Wm B. Crane, California .
& In
Lane Belt nothing
deceased. brother and spread the Christ child born more than eighteen bank at Bartow for $:iUJO for alleged .
w..ar lo their Lemon street store. &(. B. Brown's advertisement\ to thU suffered for years from r.ieuiuatlsm and uttered from senllw liuanlty" say
They are shoe pretty specialists They study upon the m'nores.Facr"KC paper rills attention to a out of ono.. 1, m'ago.' He was. flnally advised to centuries ago can effect even a negro refusal to deliver. to him valuable the doctor "and she did l not have
V OWBI1. of winter clothing. trader." F. A MITCHKL.: phosphate stock deposited with the mental capacity on .Jan. Xi. bolt,
to gut the best In shoes.! Becauseth Wewe.Jdouunittea third olt la the prloe try Caamberlaln' Pain Balm which he ,
wry c
'; the bank. as collateral security for a
F'aANcmeJ' has few very deal to makean intelligent deposition
bo effuoMHl
"y give their 'entlrathoughtto- Mr. tirowu say a diet and IV a qomplet cure.
Is the r.iaaon they'.v0fl. in the sites trade H.A.'p'Cl&aY' 1:1.,(\roJL"'rl 1 ).v, M. 'W, cable suits which will be willing, to los e This Iinholut I la for sale by Ankerniaa Nn bettor time than NOW to sub- Dote upon tender of payment of tbe of her property uninfluenced by the i

laPddtks. ,. "Have you.,,been fa their Fu' I.IJ\Y. \ilg'sTSeet; : on rivttor than errv tp aiiothes aeaeupm Stewart. Q.lbe for the News;)1 ;y ar,. .. not when due, lit!via. of othnrs." Thor now i:1Ir

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th" cJtJ"U. p ti.i flrfbl; W>- <> knririi, 1'-, ;; 4.
etrirlEiflca of P.1.! .-at. ?. frallaatr,> j Winning
Qf firm aId 6r*.
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.. c..s.t1d R.,... Pru 9r. ,_
I [_ tTas. 5. 'C" .t '5tc. 7 f0rtc3>all (B. B. Watch a S lanr.

Ea&wed at tb. P...... nea maUsMa matter of tbiPiUUtMd --.a : hint> nf waMa**
J Ther &r- two
c.... _ who tarkl' to""p' a ,:'1 (t.. ..-" la It. d>*rT''" ; the wb.B: for bow! aad the wU*fome :

I .area of basin*** r<"nr"r.,1" : copy or FAHM' c- I -I tor some one wto to tadlffereat< j '1 b" ..t-* ataa Ioo>b r IW a .... !

Frkl.y.by at Palatka. _P1*.. oo oo*> who ......IM wir'i. a e>..at <...r- Few farmer who HT. on and man-.4 to me. Do yen t&mk It pvmtofl m I. aove ,_-. C_ .1nG" i.5i141. Cmach. Resolutions

I I a --llMlr' owe (ATUU caa tail at UM,; win ...1'" A rJmbljl. ( mr teteetksspnodUmelna wl i-p.
t pre ta try to :: .. .
RUSSELL VICKERS. row.Thie end of any season denltety what it cfc i:' ** 1'
I woman faeca joe erty and !>mtlatkw haai cot to prod_ any .farm prod-: t "cstainiI won my husband.Good ." I poor I -.tnuvt U : ,ittle. astaal |i S '

... ... -.&. r I *. or anxU-ty. or pIOl1I. tratn ion i act wr crop. Ttiejr are ebb to atify. "' aiatfaio' Haw did yes do It?"" asrt. If --1 .'S, :,.W sad ...t

1 n"rve or .ympduhy An arch- 'r tbfin4-lvva. in a Centra! way. a* to, I. "1 will tell yoa the *..,'. bat TOG with dlanond*. )(...*.t ..* will. grIeetpty 1:

INCREASE cf CRIME. I aotgvl ml$ht well boddr to BixVrtake whether the om'nat.._ .. II whale i mast recDeatber that ercry eaee tm different -, > MU. '..... tiled l Wllll .... tXtt You'll do well l to trade
I' bre been pofbawerer. ...... tvse in tlrls I rellabi, ... movements \\ -earrJ' (ta
L Jut DOW a great deal U being wild : UM wnol carnal of *afrrioarthat I. they to> often fall to credit t from every other. I list met work u.* bet mov."'....ta to be .*.. L tJcJ here during We 1

I III the state papers about the wonderful !< come with wlfuhood" ...dbnhood die farm with' It. *br* In the cop- George at a dance and wa very much with eases to wit jour fancr- If you 1905.
> ohriok- of the thereon. .,."* k.r'cZ:& -(_ L
And there Is f port family llvlofr |ikss d with bl D. though be showed want a Watch for a holiday
Florida. baa made
,th' procrea* daring :Noo-reldent and the of I .ho. sewetbiag "4ga.3 sell all .kinds of high t
!1.1f. Woman dl. maid give. no eign.Waasan arrowvr j i no partiality for me. It was tbra eustomary come aad 1M n* JOe
u.. administration of Oovenaor Jeonlntr other usefuL 1 .
pedal crop' more fre<| tly keep rrUabie. We. also have .5 Ci
*. Urea and eanllra in Uw front weawoota with their dttfvrent veotare -) for glue to ask young meo toean. I srtteiea for holiday .uta. grade goods and sell at j,

i Laat Bnnday's TimesvUnioa devoted ofFaie! *. and arc. atM to judge where" and I invited him to do so oa the ;

I la tfcfa atrmnosM life at oar the money U made or lu tWbnn evening of oar firm mectJag. In giving I Ernest Happy lowest prices.
a 11 tU. more than a pg to elNob..menu we find a farm business :H. *. i t-
real men mad woasaaleey>> oiajbtaa the tnvturjoa I didn't do It timidly
: of tbia wonderful man conducted< on ai a.rreeaJ..., with ascurate
Tb* New baa DOt tbe *pac*. nor the soldier. .....-. UM battlafleld. book account with every but cordially. He accepted with equal Lemon SU'.c. htatJla. 1'1sj'DELICIOUS I New Buy now and here. 1.II.

the Inclination If it had the cpae. to And reveille wak?> each martial operalioa and crop data ta available I ranknoM. and we were en rapport : ,

: mortal tn daily battle Some to which moat be useful in det-rniinioic from that moment. IIl''
dbwent from that of the Time-
part Ojcbt the IPoocI1Ich& with hand and ,the plac i and crop fn which the being Year.I
I "Now. It an rwdear.. oa '
I'oloo review wMeh give. the p..rDor profit are' larieeat. The matter of \
c credit for tbe collection of the acme with brains and om.. with average. yield and prevailloz: price t ea rapport If two people of opposite

I Indian War Claim. Tbuagh it cannot b...rta. Look aboet you. fm M not I are familiar to moat fanner It l<1 I I an are DOt congenial they will I: Fruit Ic* Cr"niu, Sui.da. *, MilkShake (

r true Yon who are the actual expense Involved.. la the aL.I .
may seewme make UtIle or no headway la a lore
repre** a smile at tli.. recollection Oirhtina with broken awnrd.Y Baking of hi. crop of which be I* I *, Ice. Cr-am :belie:;
I number of mertlBR \
fair. I contrived a
: r of another time, not so remote. lamentably leimrant. The actual .
j when this same Tltnee-Cnion gavesole -*. humanity .. btave. dost of producing an acre of the more t with my victim: bat they came about aid

I credit for the collection of this But It ne ,
prayer of HoW rt lx.ni* MtevemwnTh ; mined. i I.. then-fore. interesting and suspected that I had lain awake nights
,; J fund to another faithful public official finch recall of .
1 '- day return amid brio aa he important a series I thinking bow to manage them lie Drinks at
I who *p lls bU ,nam Taltaferro. .,f book accounts with the crop! of a i wa without the slightest soaplcioa a*
Thh.paperI.wiIIIntoa4tnIt.without round irritating concern and dut- { lArK". Florida farm I am now able to be regardedme SMITH}
1 to my Intention. Indeed L PL.
64 i lee. Help us to play tblr man; help ua prnt.
much.* glancing' at the figure friend friend whombe
so a* a a strong
J to i..rforni, th,.m with lanarhCcr and i Every iu-m .1>lcl. ,nter d Int.. Uie Lento lit.. r.l.t....
., that tbe. state ba mad wonderful I post of tbee la could connde .... Be even told me
.1.1a' .. crops charged np
kind fscMt let ch ..rfnli_ abr und
,r J profrre along financial tin"* ; > '! 'flnt'' tb-m. The labor.' every that be bad ben quit captlTstcd by Finest Ld ,rf C'>'"'''*'tl'm* :n th* State .

t r during the four year of Gov. Jiiadmltihitration. with indiutry 01.! ua tn to bllth hoar of mAIl and tram ail the fertilizer another girt. Instead of decrying: her Tib.1. PI-- rarU :. I E.uWELcU.T"- ';

t HutThere I ly oa oar buln all this day bring I the wear. on equipment tax** I told him that abe would make him avery K. WILSON. CEO. B. MERRILL:

I nlng's o* to our r..tint;, plncv. weary and and Interent are, all charged) at actual good wife Of coarse I assumed l'amIDL"T. VicE VvtXlDKTT. C..B'...
la the lncr ..f trim
I a** and undUhonnrml. and cea. The recoil were a* follow: she would be of me and
content Chat Jealous
I t In flU\ ) there were 7V7 state convicts (grant Re! n DM per acre. CV>......... 7.l.Velvet 1. TEK Putnam National Bank
: .u. in the Till the Kplrit of .1-1"." bean. &4'4' Sweet I make spiteful remarks about me or i
:: ; ; In li ;l there were VJd; in iva! potato, damn me by faint praise, and I knew
( I ltl.22. H fflfAr-w--' hay 7JX. : there were 1 1.I.c33. NEW PATH FOR COM .. If II Corn 13 S* Urouud-pea. I this would turn George against her Or FaJa/tlca. "

t ; To go back ten years further. we MERCE. 7. 5. Sugar fane. :T.M. Whether she did so or not I never

find that there were 241 state convict Th.*.. crop were tnt>.D on 4UO knew, for George was too honorableto We.olldt the aceouot of the people throughout Putnam County, and tentlnr III r'

f i la 1 I"K,>. a. against JU33 in lvTb \ Till nw year
witie.p *om** big ehaugrm. And I each crop. therefore, was sufllclentUi told for I could see br her treatment
I fl""nre* for 1\11! >>. the Ut year of one make results of well u .
typical _
: the Jenning, ailmlnUtratlon are notgiven. "f the blvx; _t will most likely be anew managed; crop of the dtfferent Lind af me that abe would not be likely to I e-------:: =.---=-==::. -= ___ .===_===. :

path for commerce ,liD ay anything good of me.(100 .
the ection.Vtmt Florida In
\ -) this time I paid. == Jutn.a Jha.T-m acy ==
during -
Oh. we are now getting a pile' A few yearn ago.tran ontlnMitalrailway they were grown. A few of
yea. attention to snob matters aa are PA LA TICS. FL.OFHOA.
I '... rexult are worthy of crMcloUeonaideration. pedal ,
misted that theshipment
of for the hire of tbeae conlcta. inagnatv
1 money The low ot of the effective In winning a man or the omission -
\ but what about convict* taking of thin product of the Mi- rice crop I I""*, an important matter of which Is likely to tarn him Drugs, Chemicals! Druggist Sundries -1'

..,:) the place of free and honest labor ,*i_lppl valley to Europe by way of S The cost of the cane near directly away. I never. let him! catch me In I Patents. '

; We are a great people We. know the Gulf of Mexico might com. about on the qnetion of the profit of syrup working clothe, though I admit being I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED,

j .\ bow to make money. We know how .m" tiny but not *onn.Tb making the and truth would of the seem common to demonstrate conscious of looking well In dusting ; > mak. tl. b ui> '''rigl- it.d: :tt- FRESH OAUDEN BKED. A( Bta Mallory SWanublp

; j to do big thblC'f. Hut we don't know long Iln-. of oemn-troing/ Teali sertion that syrup could not be made. costume, I got up a very becoming tractive. Perhaps it's a .- I .- '= ..: "': ,

V ,:i how to prevent murder and svle.d ... tied l up at the dock at ;New Or- profitably at Soc per gallon. The one and. having promised to let him I.

; ..* aDd theftIsn't lean and (jalv. too and the d."rtl'd l cheapness of irrrand pea and velvet know U J'could keep an engagementwith Pretty Paper
.bean i* Important, and readily him If he would call: at 9 o'clock
: .. wharrr at ;Newport ;New and other Room Southern ,
Parlor or
e that ? place them In front rank a* forage la the morning took pains that he for the Dining Railway

.4 We orate because we reclaim the ewtern l"'rtll..U. dIfferent story. crop! One of the final interesting/ should and me dusting the parlor. At Bed Rooms you want

Everglades. and do many stunt .I When Janv* J. Hill propoed last things. la the account I* tbe nearly this meeting I saw for the flnt time :

this kind. But we don't know bow summer Hud..ou bay route there equal| cost of making: an acre of com admiration ta his eye Whenever be MayUit's a little I EFFECTIVE KOV. 6, 1904..r. "
and ThIs
substantiates the
wa another shaking of head To caiHiava. called In the evening or I met him In 'or the -- -- .
abollab Kitchen
r to poverty or political curt Paint
claim of most and ;
; t :,' ruption.FrogreM. .mend bit TFeU. from the heart of the improve the common ciaaava grower assertions, of company I was always dreeaed a* be.co.ningty or I ... Vestibule Tcsies' 10\: \ N'sa I 5.*3 Yorihsfldis.t. ii ,:iLw

I i* more than skilled workmanship Canadian wheat region up through: partie who never screw tbe crop. a* possible. L.1"oo"I1..1a ""' it' tJpI lock-u........, ria. 110 a, 1 Op '
and device. for Hudson bay and around Labrador to 'hat it wa a costly product. When "\*ben I considered that the proper Stall for the FloorIn ) Lv I..p.s Io!> a,. )1.50'.1: 10"1'L" "w Jessp,.0. ... so by. lii a'pf ......
i cunning It i* remembered that an acre ofcassava time had come I purposely. stood very I 84'.......... a.. itoky UIC.tr &r J...san. 5s 5.. Cy .

'1 making money Europe would be a daring venture furnishes more than three near him one evening a* be was. taking :- any case we can supply yon Colueshle. .. .. .1\0 Cv KY I ..p I .5... :: =' .: .'.:..:::.:::: : !

C Do the people who prate about It would alnuMt be a Christopher time a* much food a* even. the beat his leave, so near that my lips were with the l host at the lowest cost I I'h': :::;: .... :: by !I I 1 :: : 1: Pm.Ar ;: ar Lalkn, o. .. .....o SAt
I ,, .... ., S I.*. ire Onsitanesga. Tess ito KY.... ,.
4 Florida' "progre*'' remember how Columbus undertakinK-( acre of Florida corn the ulitnln- In close proximity to bl*. and. thus III ""vilt. p. 1(7 PIS I Art.eaington. 1,.. I .

'f I>logen..*j got out bU tub and rolled I But Mr. Hill ha raid that the canoe coot.' of thi.making comparison.I I. In the. actual tempted be kissed me. I didn't box .U IUc1JDI". .. 110 .r I 11II.1 e si.ATLyacbt.uit Ar ClncthaaIi. Ofli..q. .. .

1C through the street. of A then* and route I.I feanible and that daring/ alarge I ;, apparent.A his ears or take him to task la any NewWALL Lv ( 0 iU Fur: : '+
I ,-k..:.: r..urI, : ::::::
.- of the taw BTBAWBERRT POIXTEB way. I elmpry looked at him with an PAPER i.. 117 I .4 4 rArChseloiwevii : f:
part a large tonnage
? year
Jr called progren Diogenes- wa an I The season ha. been remarkably ... SoRyl 1 ..."I_ 110). Lo .. 0 l Usa,, I ....
11.. .' ironical CUM sometime may be IH>.carried.Two hard expression of Injured modesty. B. I Ar WsabZnIos $... Cy i 9 e 5g..trSsiitnwrt .C.".. ... Line._ ; I., .. .. I
on new strawberry planting apologized but the kiss doubtles tasted S !'> S
Those who realize what. I dry \
.4 ;:; .. progre phenomlnally so good that be wanted another. I A'I.ItIl.pl. >la .P. B 1II11 05 1 ArCb.C ...I asLvlnciaueU ,
.... H.J
". Indices took an extended crui*. in a yacht utterly diacouraxed many growers \Ve invite \r 50. t.oIrk. U 11 4
really U are Dot watching the inspectionI .
= = .. .CHAD. .
told him that since
around Ijthradvr At that time it and exterminated many b@d"", More firmly we were I. s:.. 44-re.: : V.rk and Fierl.ia Score.5"sl. i ArToledo ....cUaD\ .!...
; which the bombastic friend\ of our simply friends any repetition would ACDroit .. .... 1 : =1 :. ,:
water in this crying demand of the "' 1.lImaa irswlng! KooO i'i.epui Csrrco.a PM_ ."
.f. late governor. !point to with so much I wa thought the financier. was merely crop Even if the IndiapenaableinoUture not be permitted. & [ 1UJ.IWARl I ;: "...ra T
pride I taking vacatlnn I I. secured in time to enable 'Soon after thla. despite all I could do, :: a,P1ue.P. LInes'' '.. .
( .
N iO-"VIehtsglea' 5.4 ria. E.imfted. Daily .
They" would like to b4 able to pointto If Mr. Hill can lay out a new path the plant to make fair growth before he drifted away to the other girL I believed i. l'll&u, .. I>r."'D..._m Sleeping car.Js3kson.duet. ArCleeeiatai..nil: : =:: : : F...,,,:... : ep 454_I...',
for commerce and thom benefit the blooming time arrive, they will .. that no passive resistance! would YW York.Thr.gfl '
a little advancement In a knowledge the work .,;: 1 LY lSCigtOfi..e.. 57, t 'PAr ;
producer who can fore.ee all that It enter on of crop making; keep" him from acting foolishly! -for his tPew .. LesiceIlt.... 8,) It5 1.1'ArsLLouis
of bow to prevent crime. with a aeriou handicap and will attentions were bestowed a pretty "The i.aud or II,. Sky.Lo I : : '. -.e Its Increase lia* more than kept I rainy mean In the world commerce need all the assistance possible If upon Go-ods. I :
wax doll sort of creature-*o I took .. 10114
\ t profitable returns are to b. .t..III. FIS $0 ly t ,Pp lo 1.lr.Llml.
expected .
.; pace with the development of our So far a the future i III concerned pain to let him see that I was hi the I.' '....un..... a. ..... $0 C7 IIir ,"- .. oseto'. tat Pull.esea
; i honest Industrie. cud our growth in I matrimonial market well other t '''UI''d.' 8C .... .tv ar OI.I sleeping eses.iack.on.lIis ... :
the leMon as _
Earlr T."_. of thepre.ent leanon tit I We ( Ah.ctlI N C ...... .e ky top
receiving ;Xt
dally wand
.1 population etiaily apparent. The indIspensable people. I encouraged another man. I 'r 1I.tS1r1o0.: N c seity tp
f During the administration of Oovernor According, to John Aubery, who. demand of the strawberry for water Men seldom know that they want a Fri">x tit.c.rbes. of nil I ,r gztn.. ten.. .... Hy e top 1O.TO"U. 13)Lv ) ,
1f wrote a celebrated work on Utile verjqneere kind We. have the lII..te"mpl..t. Ar i..elSSllis Selly sac ,
Jenninge.H I ihould be more Constantly recoirnlzwl woman till they find somebody else .. Ar ci 'Louts. ..1'0"" 4 'p J.ck.eiavUls.... .. .a" T 1
stock of ;New (budsIn "PI
I t Indian weede, there wa a In the location of the plantation doe, or. more especially. that she ..lUJtsIIOm..body I Ar Clada.......01010..... ._.q .t I' ii i.afo. L.I""p .. .. ... .. .. 0Ar "''P,
the lines than
time, when tobacco wa worth its .. The providing of mean for following wu ..... ..,. .
elae.! J..t once thatGeorge have tiver. had : :< D-DII" "ul1m. t'rawtni Room and Ar .( :::: : ,, ; (
HONOR tht TEACHERS. weight in ullter Among other things Irrigation would be well Invented In. Bu<<.. 8'.p",.o.r. fietwemi, 1..11I.sad .. : .5 itt :$
bad been 0'.. 50 J
brought to his II'
t sense .
The Fuiioy l)r..1 und KtaporutedFruits : 0 Lulo I
Auticry .ar": Walter Raleigh was surance. expense of tills, however Ar his..00 l
That educational convention. in Be tried to see me alone but for a B"/D'.r. 1 1. .
will stand lit tbe of ; .
the drat that brought tobacco Into England way irenernl UDpl.a Tees 5..F'1. op) I
l Jacksonville;. lat week contained. the : adaptation. A simple substitute time I thwarted him In doing so. Indeed ,.. ""......prior .. ..
and In our part*-North Wllu Best brands of Canned Goods Two Trains DailyTo .
I r name of very many men and women I I. more frequently available. By;.lo- when be met me In company and L. s-mpht. ..... .. M'PI' ..5Ar '
It came In fashion through Sir Walter consisting of B... springs, ArC .. ._.. I ,..
eating the strawberry bed< on wit asked If be could call the next evening
J l'' you never hearuTof< before and may Long They. used sliver pipe, but theeGlowoo..n land thoroughly! drained by FrilltH. >'egctiml.les I NIi, )Meat. "Washington and '
., open to see me a few minutes hi private I > 1(0. 1a .. Fiorl.is Daily "I
never hear of again but- used a walnut shell. It ditches tbe grower I* really in control told him that I bad an engagementwith Ktc.C'ereuN leasing tOtem .Iplo Lml....bStCO'd. ,

L ;: ".. r Did It ever occur to you that a wa sold then for its weight/ In BilTer. of the water problem. In wet. his rival."Tbe lireaik feat Poetic Entire New York. 1.a.llI., II.mlo.bO" )t. ,I'bl. S
I have heard ome of your old yeomen seasons the drain, with suitable I.a.01
large number of the really great men I .
t \. more I put him off the more I .
Wheat Flour, (iraliani rlour, ------- ,
neighbors nay that when they went to outlet and fall will carry off all ex- --
L1' and women .lour time are teacher ,
be became. Having discoveredhe
Cblppeiibnm to market they always ceB of water. In dry time the eager 1 Yellow Corn .Meal Teits '.

a: in the public schools, men and women culled: out their billings to lay In the I clo*liit of the ditches, with a few wanted 11IO. be was In terror lest C rircx. anil Spleen .. T'rk. We hln."n.ABBIAL4tUCKBJYLI.o"-So L "WsailflOnn and Fi.wils LlmU". '.00 .. .
whose name. are unfamiliar hovelafull of soil will set the he should lose me. I dared not reassure ., ; .
scab's nitnliiHt the tobacco.10W'- the water Butter aiitlCrackers = .f.I; lho -Ye. IC is Uiutted' 5.0
I :. even In their own cominunlHis, and hack Drainage I I.. thus stopped, and him too soon. for bemlgbt discover t.::C Dtrmtnllnm. .t.t-5;.: '"Fk.rtda UmlleI; ,','.m. t
i Customers: of It are among the greatest jl.eest' 'In..1 Asheville' n14-5.at. "W..htngont toil Tt.rl.* LlmU.I11' ...
; who are patiently the : If the drought continue the water that after all my rival was his '! ahlugtn..._ York FlorId. \ ,
1 yet shaping \ Z1l.rea"
that his innJi-Hty bath" ; In the ditches will be absorbed and chance, so I simply kept him from seeIng mul Cakes ___ : 1. .P I. :.
4 live of the men and women of the :,
reach the the
J future. A T..t o' ......1'.7.OeDtJ..ole" Illary action.root of plant by cap me alone till I felt that be would Hum, hhoiilderH. Break."t8a:01l. S Excellent Dining Car Service. f

don't Into the limelight who have put an enemy Tile (treat celery plantation In tbe commit himself be.oo4.U. Then Sausanc, I'ig Feet, J. C District _
.- They get LCSKn Passenger Agent. IOH West Bay street. JacluoovtUff, Fla
when he aaked for the sixth time fora Host New Florida amid
Into their. mouth. are recommended: to Kalamazoo district are an Illustration C H.
Q. M ;
much. Mo.t of them are mod..tworlur. H. TATLOE. O. P. A.
moment in I him be
S S- .. For an InntanceProbably : try a very xlmple tent for the purpose of this practice on a large and private. Maple !Syrup 8. H. HaBDWICxTWHEN) P. T. M. BROOKS MOBQAN A. O P. A. ;
call that week.
.uece..luloc.le. might
of Bndlntf out whether their brains day and everything/! usually kept __ __ I. .
S ;S you never heard of Zep- bar been dtolen They must stand : The supply of moisture may also "When be came be was trembling III a first-cla Grocery tor..*. a*** slsaaBSS ss aSaa wa saa a a saaaa w w f'

:T S haninh hopperS erert with their eyes cloned, and It be influenced fertilizers lu another chemicals way. Different like a leaf. Be wa* badly rattled and Call and see us,you will be surprised YOU U. Loris BAII.EV. niAiM. o HILUAMG. :

.-S l lit not a very high aoundlng/ they can iierforui this feat for a brief marked Influence, or possess an easy prey. to find, that we sell best quality at WAT
t I name and It* owner I III .a very modest period they may rome to tbe conclnnlon of water In the on soil. Nitrate movement 'I want to know,'' D-ked angrily, such low prices Furniture G. lOPffi BIfy & CO. l

man. But.* regard service to him. thnt they ara nil rl: ht. Two In- of soda and muriate of potash both If yoa are engaged. 'I

$ S .: times, Zepliaiilah Hopper I.. one of 3Irlrtuwho] were accused of drunkennra very greatly increase the available "Bywhat right,' I asked haughtily, L. C. STEPHENS Oil Cloths Linoliuras

I S the great men of his day. .* nt ontefnict proved that they supply of water.. This advantage I I* 'do you make such a demand?* Tel' phohe 84, Hug Fire
S bud honorably stood the teat and the wholly Independent of the plant Pardon me. I did not Intend. It asdemand a Art
I For .Ix lie ha Kirby and Morris Rtt.. Palatka Fla. Squares' or I-
ty-olle year taught cane avulnxt them wel1t dlvml* ed. food value of these material The simply a .....u..t.'

Hctiool in Philadelphia. For fifty-one : The great merit of the plan Is that It use of KM Ibs of nitrate of soda or ."1 wa* not aware,' I replied, continuing Shades consult Leading American and }'orig

5. f year ha taught In the C..ntrallligh. can be put Into operation anywhereand W Ibs. of muriate of potash per morn my haughty' tone. that ladle "rcr.rr.cr.HRIIlIHR ,
will render
-S .r, school in that. city at any tl n.-Ixiiulun TitBits.mccci ..I. drought many which a crop would Independent otherwise were asked such questions by their R. S. MOONEY. Companies "5

t S : Such continuity of aervlce argues seriously Jeopardize the friends. Engagement ar* usually announced :

St I not only efficiency but conscientious ,. H'. r.... It should be remembered crop.that both In ,good time.' : [ HRIIlIHR[ We ca'a big line of the goods and Accident Insurance: I

S S work. Mr. Hopper han taught, thousand "I sos that an eimtcrn editor lay\ these fertilizers are specially adapted S Then you are engaged _, are making exceedingly low prioe DO.... *
1 that ft* a mutter of fact women form to the requirement of the straw 1 did not say so.' The Travelers of Hartford:
.., of boy ami girl and ha* put club Dimply n.* an excuse for eatIng berry. The potash should preferably 'But you Implied It. :J, %%'ekeepasuppiyof b Undertaking and Embalming.BUY .

: r upon their plastic spirit the Impress and drlnkliiic between inenln.. be unplied at the time of planting., 1 did not Mywo.dssr.nottob. .

t of bl. great and good personality.. "Horrid thine! Is be married or ..totrl.7" but the. nitrate may BdvanUireousfy construed either as affirmation ordoiiW Wilson g Joomer ferlillzersIJ. YOURLIQUORS Life Insurance:

4 And that personality stamped upon be used all a late application cultivated But why Oa Intrude
S you upon
In, when.the effect of drought The Old Reliable "Gerraanin :
human lives will II.Bt :
become an ever- affairs? Have not
'by7" my private you
z I I. feared or at about the time of Jacksonville price.. I
I widening factor of uefioence. "DecaiiHe It be' either ha doran't de. blooming. enough to do to attend upon your tJld,.. t a.a. Life" of New York

..5 Thousand will rime up and o:all him serve to be."-Cleveland Plain Denier.What' QL'KHTIOKa ANUWKBBD lover ri T.

: blOM...... Q When ahonld scuppernong "Then be denied th.t be bad any Hull Griffin & Co.Ii .4 Marine Insurance:
tb. Amrerf vine be pruned? J. F BREWER'SWholesale
Ho will the grape ladylove other than I. whom be had 1 "
; they great majority 'i, Jokclpy lore' a conundrum for A. This may be properly! answered loved all the while and all that, and I and i
..e good men and women who met by Mark 1'w..ln'aad"lc. to the .eV-2'J-tt :::: Llqunr 10u.. The Leadimg Companies
you. Cok.-Ltt'.l have It. JokeleyIf young permitted him to take my band while rJ -- .-
,,z ',: in Jacksonville last week to discuss "time I III money," ,,bnt I 1ft an eight man about to be married. "Don't! : be poured out a great deal that was 3 rrrrr.r .4 Our Whiskey prices from }\
t methods of school work. We should The acuppernonlf duo. best with littleor range All Claims Promptly
S I day clock worth 1 PbiladoIplUa Ledger. no pruning (Jive It plenty of.upp..rt true and a lot that was untrue. At any *;1.W, to $11.00 i>gallon aud we
these noble
,. pay worker more honor. and let in rUIl.Vh..re lieuea'sary rate, we were engaged and I bad secured keep fait Settled. vOmoe. '
: 1 he Inmate of the (Ueorirla Inaane >OTICE. A stock of the beet goods
to In bound. the the man I wanted whereas If I ,
keep pruning
at had in
''S ': t HUMANITY IS BRAVE. ,10.1 asylum| | Christmas; MilleilKevllle dinner. There a .pt are| > may ha none any time before had not angled for him I never would Wet).'. ,Is h....'.,. Ilv. .n thus ,0 the I4lh ilnv all varieties. 1 Front 81. PaLATh7

'f. :il MA patients. at the Inxlitutlon and buds start In the spring. January I la have got him.. But to this day bethinks ol report Jnnusry.. eiMulur, A. n.. 1:1011:ol,III t.*dish lut will make duO niv fe Haul..'.. \Venre making a aix>ciaUy of :'
S The human race Is a brave race. perhaps. the best month for the work. fleet of israel M Mtr. .... the jug trade and invIte -
: It took 167 turkey. 44 geese. 8IMI) be did all the courting himself. r to the u< :M I Gsa, I you
{ It Is the fact that U What fertiliser will make miinir liuls ol Putnam ...,.0" bride' ... t
S proven by It continues chicken M barrel. of apple GO barrel "Cpon my word auntie I wish I his offlott In PalaikK. lorltla. ,...... shall thee M : send for our price list.
;; to live. While It requires of oranarn 611 buncbe* of bannna large bright peaches could do something ilk. that but 1couldo't. ..... Ib0r pr..ftnt. mr vou,.bun .......In.., ro.eolpw Agents for I. \\*. DODGE. '
5'S'S bravery to die It require. more bravery ..., I.U- pound of assorted candy. A. Other thing besIde fertilizer ." and dmnhirse.uts anl 1e5ar05 all : celebrate E" E. ,
\\.iX! pound of .aborted nut. I.OK) are necessary to this kind of fruit. rottiutnt r ',lulr Nl ol tn. under tha. I.;... ana Harper Whiskey.J. .
j 1 to live. And humanity I I. so Variety location DBTJ8ILLA YABRE8ON.BET. .....n.b....and lh r.applf C. Ills U nor II.r Dir -
and -
proper pruning -
"pound* of assorted fruit l UK pounds Hn.l Ul cb..r.. a. exMulnr at tutl.1 MU>I...
: .t u .-hfart..d It lights the battle ofllfesolomr of raisins, I'X' ) cucoanut, l.iKHI pound. the other. essential. being; provided OABI.IMLS P. D. MARTIN, tt D. am* hnvlos' been fully atlnilntttl...r.,l t,,. m. ,In F. BREWER, PAINT
S 5 the fertilizer. best minnted' to the aeonrdanos wltn law. This the l"h .. ol
S all It can .fight. Occasionally of sweetcteeki'rs, cake eta. peach and the production} of- Of Wsverly, Texa. wrlle: '/'Ot. morning July, A.D.,t_. a. ....PIII& BAibiy' (XaucMtmrtalc. t: Mnrpnr, )

a tired sick-hearted! one eurO Beware- -ol-Ointment--for Catarrh- fruit should consist of about superior I I when first arising, I often find a -- ExtwuluruIBald. Estate. Falatka, }

r r..ud rs, but he IX the ...xc..ptJon.Hum.nlty thut Contain; .Mercury IfJb IbIt. of acid phosphate, 176 Ibs. of troublesome" collection of pblogm which For.alt Purpose "
produce a cough and 1* hard '0 ',
i !I. brave. ""Iton- eed meal and 1UO Ibs. of sulphate very
: ,
; .. tnrourr will aunlr rt*>*tr* y the ...... of
: Men and women dally face MmU 5,1.1, .lc .ntl.p l/.1...iit|. lUi .....1..,...iniwhn of pataahr high grade per 100 dislodge; but a small quantity, of 11.1lard' Wall Papar Glass Etc. \i
conflicts ml ring' .li 'through. lit. nuiar/u.iir..c,.. trees III full bearing. One hundred Horehound Syrup .11.t ono European Restaurant. \
that might well daunt the Intrepid Such arcIe..floil, ,.....f he u..l """pO onp.serIplIon and i sixty trees per acre Is about tbe dislodge it, and the trouble 1* over. I : Study atHornVeIeeswe.d.d. I
; Think frous r.T.'iIahi.' 1b:.loaa. a. lhe mow t f no medicine that I I. equal. to It, framed :
Si ; god* because \ ,. number Pictures
you they .idn.ae tb* y Will'to I I'* t nf .llt > tli,*good; p.5* average Furnished' Roooms.Hot :
.01..,.. .. How Is and It is so pleasant. to take. I can i I .. .. ,
go about with smiling,/ faces there. are nun p* lbly from them H ll ( t* nli Q. many eggs it possible ,.wtw. 't.
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Curt ntsutiifnoturwl' by r' J. Ch.iw>r CoT .. to make heu mot cordially recommend it to all persons I & .5 I. Xem on Street Palatka
i S no tasks that test all their fortitude ,.,....., 0., rontwluA ft'i fu0tury, anil ,. t.st uInUtroaUrt produce a year by needing a medloln for throat or and Cold Baths Sy 7es .4 "
proper management? T- .et'" ':
ac InC Utr" Ujr upo the h.t! end! ,
-S no sorrows that must b. raut".u.. surf.. i..r.... .,.iiii. In buylntf A. The record hen of the wnrld: lung trouble. Ma. Wo and tl.00. Sold At |I &,_-pmi, -), _. Care. "'
ly borne? Hall('aiarrh Curo b.afire r'tu get ih. fft>onIt produced !i&4 eggs In BOA day. It 1 in by Ackermaa A Btewarfa, PalaU a, and. -. raaes,. P.o.,.." "

; 3 S Here U one fighting to oourageou.j 1_ !',U J Ukn Ji.n.lni r A.rnIJy 4xi fvMUnMHilNU Sal RUM. !...ta frM.Thiab.., a good flock which averages haltasmany lounds'' Drug store Cresoens City. Chas Kuppgrbusch'sfalatka 1.Yalp..L.re Tree,,,... _,, : t ou'.o&' 't'ge' 7 ur rltle' ".

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Crescent Rnv H. W.:Miller, for the past two I -- _

g!:: The Bill for the | City Hews I yoara pastor of tho Methodist circuit Sertisfeiotion

of wniiih I lhl l pluce forms a'I"t.rtlett .

Season 3 CRESCENT CITY. I Mr. and! Mrs. J. H. Campbell-- and- I for 1.ldtVe..k.his nVVflr. Mrs., Jn Miller Suwanee expects county to For Met, Worrier) aitl ChllJrerj _

LA bM little con of :Malnflcld N. J., lime leave bern this 'weak Rev Mr. ", by wearing. HAMILTON-BKOWN SHOES-th"y are GOAll-
g from 0 a. m. to 7 p. m. t! Is lonatlona one of in the Florida most beautiful been here during the pilot week amid Miller had hoped\to be sent bnok Will Do ( to glvo snUKfnation You "an got thorn In Ori'soont Oily only at
: .
Jfattnae evory Saturday iiftornouon will find it will roinaln Rome time, guests of Air. here, and on the strength of that
!: and evening, presenting! (he tJ: spend the winter an ,Ideal or pans spot a few to and)\ Mrs. 1\:\. 13. Neal. Mr. Campbell hope had, purchased. I he old Wade Ca: :: ::!MtJ3EJ: :: : :r.ItN"S,:: :: _

popular play t:! days of keen dnllght. l IN a prominent fruit and
!2 produce place Mr Dawes'
The town l Is on Ore oent Lake mission opposite grove, You! .! HATS A w. have tllf Alolo", ) In both son a4. IIIUf n'll.8.' They
(on arm of the Ht. Johns ) niHrchnnt In J'lulnllleld with the purpose of making a home. ILr" i J..ors. In ''II".lIty nn.1 stvlo. _ _
YOUR MONn'S WORIH .and Is 100 miles by water lUverl and IB Intt'rested In orange !grove He will keep the \place and later retire .
77 miles. by rail from Jackson property lioro and on the Mitnlteeriver. from the ministry and settle I have ) flOftm)'_ lois Ve, have Ladles t''n.ff I ii Rp"oll\lIy' fine line of Dress. Mater. _
LI ville. here. from the Knit Umlorwear. Cutsets, oto. New good _
u Introducing the following up. R The all day river ride on tho The buautlfnl homo and price one \( ) Just bnnn roriilvml. .
Stare: Steamer Orescent from !groveproperty PLEASANT AND MOST XFVIOCTIVK llf ttlwn > \ ,
to-date Jacksonville 8 uptntiitimi.
of ( RY DFPARTMFNT > with goois. snd
n \ to Oreocfltit City IB one of S. W. Uoodale on Oak- T. J. ChamburH, Ed. Vindicator, Lib. u / : iii our Cumiy. Dopnrtmnnt wo have. a line ,
:3:; Good Goods of the delightful exporlonous of wood avmiuo I la ottered for Bale at a orty, Texas, writes Doc. 25.! 111021: will sell ua the brat (fresh) Cream Candles, Wo muko prices right In any
Florida travol. The steamer. bargain. Mr. GomtiUo'H bufdness l Is "With pleasure and unsolicited by you, 20yards ( ) time store. '
S Popular Prices; leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m. Huoh as will I iniikfl It Impossible to I boar testimony to the curative power and \. '

Service every Tuesday, Thursday and r, to Florida of liitUaril'u Horehoiiuil Hyrup I have Tho (( :: L. hmbcr1li-
S Prompt j Hiiturday reaching Crescent tu.rn except for un occa. used It In my family and can cheerfully price ) ,

tf Free Delivery City at 0 p. m. 'IMs trip Is the sional winter vlHlt, and It IB for this affirm It Is the most effective and plenaantont cated ; it CRESCENT CITY. FLA. __ __
a only daylight rldo, up the broad. reason that hn ,desires to dispose of remedy for ooiiglm, and\ colds I 04 or 7 ;

'4ftfld the regular. Stock Company and! pl'ituresque St Johns. his property Intermits here. I'm'Hcu- have ever used" 2Sn. 60, and (1 IK), Kmula are .
The at earner has. pretty cabins Sold<1 by Aokerman & (Steward's, Palatka This is
J and, offers lars can learned by calllnK on W. I .and Lounda' Drug store Crescent a
Best Butter a a delightful outlook while ATLANTIC COAST LINE :
A. BuBKell. buy \ /{
oven In Stormy weather.. City. ______ ____
Best* Hams, ::i Uie Cresflont City Is the center of The biggest! local' deal, In real estate OLD AND NEW COINS. I

Crest Coffee,' t middle orange Florida growing, and ludiintry beautiful In so far. reported this winter Is the Iatre. lnst Facto-About Through Gar Line From Florida _
U KTOVHH surround the place, purchase by Mr. K. BorNen of the Colaaaro M
Breakfast Bacon, The fruit Is at its boat now. James R. Hill property on C..ntl'ltl the I>mr..t Mint.
Good boating, hunting and which The director of the mint IB called onto
Cheese : avenue on the J. W. Miller
: fishing will afford amusement answer such a wide range of questions CONNECTIONS I ___
store Is located. The price paid IB = _
Sausage for sportsmen. concerning the values. of old said The
LA ... Naptha launches can be sa- considerably In advance of what wan now coins and medals. tlint be has L THE ATLANTIC COAST: LINK, via.. Charlonton, -
!j and general line of BEST :: cured cheaply for water trips. a'kud for the property last season. found It necessary to. issue circulars ) }

OEOCEEIE9. Really the bent to: Crescent City has good hotels Mr. Boraen made the purchase simply coveting mutton. of this sort They C Richmond and( Washington. _

u show *In town far your money at jy: and. boarding rates. houses at moderate OB an InveBtr.iimt, and! he tell some interesting facts. It appears

LA' 1.] Beautiful. shaded walks and may decide to mid to ll. value by that tlio mint dues not buy old coin or I e f L The i Louisville & Nnslmlls via Montgomery,

a u J. W. MILLER'SLA bicycle paths. the erection or a live or six room cottage puper money except some. rare colonial. ) f} Tho :Mobile\[ ife Ohio B K via Montgomery.{ _
for rental. coins In fine condition which are d-
LA aIred for the mint cabinet. Mutilatedor
LA'' t. The work of laying the brick walkon 1 Via Savannah amid Ou, an Sloiunship Company for '
:%::1 taken at your door every :t: .... .. In Urimnont Oltjt domrliiH;; to nubMirlb Central avenue bugan last Mon. silver uiMUsrent coin Is United purchased States as gold bullion.and t I Now York, Philadelphia und BoHton.

>* morning. {j jcrnccnprnan their. ..ubii for.<>rl thin|.>tlfiiiii paper.thereto. or winking. I..to<.renew thrlrnammand day morning under the supervision The mint bas no pattern pieces' for sale. }> Via Norfolk and btoainur: for N. Y., Wush., Bult.

h aa n nrcn m-i j... money with Mr. K.maj". laynA' at of Mr. Thurber. The walk between The government pays no premium for is "now opo" ..I I Via SI\vntllI\ and! :Muichnnts[ tic Minors Trannpor-

-- t.... .....tolll... who In nnr..nthnrl..d..0nt.CBKHC Prospect and Summit street will bl' the return of any of Its coins or paper 1904-5 under lip ) tiition Company' for ISallunora and Phila.

laid first, and then that between money. New coins cannot be \Vm. C.
'BST CITY TKVI'KIUrtTHK Pun TilE struck until authorIzed by an act of
WEKK BNDINO' 11'ItO K Kit Park and Market streets. Thin walk ) ViII I'ENINIJLA: ANI
Join, IIHH -" The mint United During the
r-For : congress. supplies I
I) WILLIAMS,OUHKllVKlt. Is the best Inviistnient the town has >
the) M..... (Mln.DnmnlMr. States coins only and not of any past Hall I has boon << OCCIDENTAL ST1 AMSIIII': CO.
mado and )
about the
ever only
.. Jt M'IM j permanent dnte. The fifty dollar goldploce< and and renovated / ; _
'A. t 8 p. .g p. M. b*. ;
I Holiday SeasonWe W. Hatiinlay.. (VI 7(1( 'm m M* one. the half dollar 'and( quarter dollar increased ,

xn.W. Hun.lay M.."..lay. 02 Hi 71 711) (n W\] 7 7(1* IF ii 7 Mrs. L. It. McMenkln, who has re- plot'cs In gold were struck by private house is /( mllungo' tickets good' ovor 13IMMJ( ) mIles of the principal railway: ; I

are showing, a completeline 27.. Tilfimla(17. 7H 71 7U 61U .sldod with Mr. and Mrs. M H. Whitefor parties on the Cnllfoinla coast during tween, and Stutes lire on Sale by thin principal agents I
Wanluualaj oo r.uJf KM ran u9 the 1840 period and uot by the United "", 14ieep.'r.. Tort to Now Yolk1. Atlantic Bust, Coast
the Tampa *
of TOILET ARTICLES W. Tmn.lay! ( X8 47 41))' 47 tit past; year or more, left last Crescent nod ::;
and Hun.lredll of pretty and HO. Friday. .. ... 40 no M nil 87.K Frldny for her old home In Tallahassee Status. government. Cresoeut City, } : ; AUnntlo Coast LIne and "Pcmthorn'' Railway" _
The coinage o( the following coins.
useful things for UHS of both .. much to the regret of a large ceased In the years named: Half and Terms Information call on E. 1'. Jackson, Ticket agent, or address _ _
Ladle and GentJemen. ,, and luroniMiloa, to Atlanllo! Ooant Linn write
circle of friends. Mrs. McMeeklnwas apply Agents or :
1 cent, copper in 1897; 1 cent nickel l. mation address
If In doubt about whnt = Personal and l Social. $ anxious to resume her studies 1804, half dime and 8 cents, silver and :!' Dint Pass/ AK.mt.V.. 1>. 8TAUK Traveling TaBB. Agt.

to buy, It will be to your advantage for the work of n trained nurse with 2 cents. brouiio. In 1873; 20 cents sliver WM. C. West Bay .street Astnr< liuikllug, JnokHonvllle Floiida.

to look over our stock. the view of eventually becoming 1878; trade dollars. 1883; fl and Truffle :M"imior' W. J. CRAIG, General Fausungor Agent.

Fine Line Stationery, Per The dancing party on Wednesday head of a hospital which she hopes $3, gold and 3 cents nickel 1889. Wilmington, North Carolina. _

fumes, Hair Brushes. etc. night was largely attended and thor, to have established In Palatka, and The Columbian half dollar was coined CreHcent --
oughly enjoyed by the young people. It was for this. reason that she fell In 181)2\) and the Isabella quarter in :! City
181)3. The Lafayette dollar was struck
Albert Lounds has been spending that she must leave. here.
In ISU!), the dateon the coin (l1JOO) being -- --- ---
lOUND'S DRUG SIOR( the holidays at home. He returnsto The Brut quarterly meeting al) the that of the unveiling of the memorial '

his school duties in liar tow on Qrovesdale it!. F.. church south, will WHY SOUTIIERN I' :

Crescent City, Fla. Saturd.iy.' be held on Saturday and Sunday, There are certain markings on every Why don't
you :
The card party given by the V. I. Jan. 21st and 2Jd.. Bev. Dr. Fred. United States coin that enable the letter at once? & FLORIDA. RY. _

A. at the hall last week was well attended Pasco, the presiding elder, will be place of its
though the night wits cold present. At the conference session Those struck at the Philadelphia mint visit to that 111
Established 180H. hove uo. mint murk, but those struckat LOCAL TIME\ TABLE
and Inclement last month the old Frultland circuit for you day after
all other mints are distinguished bya Effeotl" October 1
S. B. Downes & Co. Mrs. O W. Currion of Attleboro, i was re-established as an, appointment small letter on the reverse, near the Why dou't you -.I. 904.

Mass., l Is again here for the the Volusla charges being bottom. These, letters are C for Charlotte gift you've BOUND NUHTII BOUND

winter and tho guest of her son, made another appointment. 'But N. C., discontinued In 18011; CO Mere kind .
Commission Merchants good. 1 2 i\ 6 _
Capt. F. M. Payson. up to the present time a pastor bus for. Carson City Nov., discontinued In any ,
not been found. Dr. Pasco hopes to 18UJ D for Duhloucgn, Ua., discontinued Why don't you :
; A'M': :
203 Duane. Street Now York. N. O. Fanning was summoned to don of that iS. A. M. 1' M. A. M.
be able to announce a supply at the In 18)11; 0 for New Orleans and S 40 11 2OLv Macoo. Ar 4 20 3 5011 25
-- -. New York last week on business.He quarterly meeting, If not before. for Sim FruuclsLO., The coins. of the beside you? la __ 12 lOLv Kathleen Lv 3 21 ...__.10 21
Will be pleasnd! to get totauoh expected to be gone about ten United States now authorised by law glowing selQsb? __ 12 29 Lv Grovunia Lv 3 51) I
with shippers of Or. days or two weeks. Mrs.. S. B. Shaw annonnnes a special are: In gold, double' eagle, eagle, half Why don't :you Floridaa's-12 47 Lv. 1.Jnadihla. .. Lv 2 31) ,
1 sale of muslin underwear In this aging words 23 1 10 Lv. Vienna. Lv 2 10
angee, Grapefruit and Tan Ming Abbljoan and Master George eagle, quarter eagle; in silver, half dol.
42 1 45 Lv Cordelu. Lv 2 50
that will have interest for the thoughts?
gerines. Miller accompanied Mrs. tJapt. A. paper lar quarter dollar and dime; minor, Scent OS Lv Arnbl Lv 1 29 I
ladles in all parts. of the peninsula. nickel, and 1 cent bronze. A they ore of DO
W Brown to Jacksonville person 21 Lv Worth Lv 1 14
on a trip The sale embraces all styles. of undergarments may buy a proof out of gold coins Why don't you ( 30 Lv Ashburo J Lv 1 06..9 011 '
Johns Rlvrby Daylight. on the Crescent last Monday.Mrs. \ and every garment In from the mint for '.'JH.oo and a proof self sacilllclug% 10 Lv 'l'ifton. Lv 12 30 t __________

E. H. Prior of Jacksonville, made III elegant manner. Mrs Shaw set of silver and minor coins for 9100. day home life 31 Lv Lunoo: Lv 12 04 a
The Beach &: Miller Line with her little baby daughter has but believes When the business of the -mints. Is Ing. Your dour ; 4Lv.& Spllrkll. Lv 11 52 'I
ban bought heavily,
always.. 41! Lv AI..I, Lv 11 46
slack medals. be struck from dies you
8t..m.r CREHCENT.LeftVM been spending a week horo with hot may
that when the ladies see the goods, 3SAr ValdoHtn. Lv 11 00 a
Jnckvoit: rllle on TutMulay:: *dren Thunuliiy! sister, Miss Florence :ewbold. examine the quality and prices, It furnished by iudl\lduuU public luntltutluus Why don't you 10..2 45 Lv Valdo.t" Ar 11 M. I _
and SnturtUy at sao a. mPHiutk for I IdUl lit lift*,*Unwceat City* sad Wu) The orange! market ha taken .several will prove none to heavy. By buyingla charge suttlclout to cover the cost of ness so that all 10 Lv ..argo. p 0 Lv I 9 38 944 ___n_ I,

!t*>lurnlnale. ..( T..OOIat., OILY on W ddttyN leaps<< to the front lately, ROll the this. big quantity she was enabledto the operation\ and the value of the you may be 50 Lv Baxter Lv II 58 9 03 __..._

Jiwkiouvaal., KrIUyMt.nd:I wharf MondnyHittT foolot Iur*. m.atreeTelepuons new year .shows fairly good prices secure a bargain, amid In turn, metal.-lirooklvu Eaele.lUFEUPBCT elbl07-CJlasa !\ ; 12 Lv Cutler. Lv 8 37 8 40....__ _
fI3. prevailing In New York, Boston and give them. CUKKD (; 32 Lv. Crawford .. Lv 8 20 8 23......_ _
Paiatk. wh.rf loot of Loioo air***. I DIOBOTIOH 10 Ar Jacksonville Lv 7 45 7 ...._.
Philadelphia. Ernest Barber, a former popular home loss nutrition I\U/llo 4. 19,13) : "Ha _
citizen of Como, who with his mother l mis vitality. When the liver fails to -
Mrs. T. H. Cornell, who has beou Lumbago at _
JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B. bile the b ood becomes baled
WlnBted Conn. a or secret! 1 "STATIONS 2 10
went to year
the guest of her sister! Mrs. W. A. with bl'llous' propertle the digestion One physicIan :

Artistic Barber. Russell, for the past month, left yesterday more ago and who has been Buttering becomes Impaired and the bowels con ent altogether.nlutmnuts : ;;. ;:-M. .t.M. -P. M, _

I for her home in the upper from a dislocated! shoulder received stipated. Herblne will rectify this; It and up got a bottle 20 4 45 IN ValdOllt" Ar 10 52 10 50 ._.__ ______
p of from a fall on the Ice las gives tone to the stomach liver and kidneys ment which 51 5 U Lv Lake. Park Lv 10 23 10 22 __..._ _
Hair Cutting In all .pproved styles. peninsula Michigan.Mr. March, writes that he Is now somewhat strengthens the. apptttito, clears lief. ,I can gave 011 5 211 Lv JennIngs Lv 10 014 1 10 07 ......
Give me a call. I and Mrs.. T., J. Capers. who still and improves the complexion, Infuses .and will add :3-4 5 53 Lv Jasper Lv 9 45 I 9 43 .....- i
Buttering. :
-s-- spent the holiday week here on a better, though flee life. and vigor to the whole system Former sufferers.my" 15 6 2J! Lv White Springs Lv 9 07 9 OH....n_ _
and his Since his fall Mr. Barber has. been : 50 eonts a bott e. Sold by Ackerman & 52 7 00 Lv. Lake City Lv 8 43 840...... ._ _
OBEBGKNT: CITY. FLORIDA visit to Mr. Capers' mother, under the care of noted specialistsof & Htewart'B Falutka. and Lounds'. Drug Louudu'by Aokermnn 45 7 52 Lv Lake Butler Lv 7 5H 7

sisters, Mesdames Miller and Clark, Hartford. Both Mr. Barber and store Crescent City. Drug 011) 8 16 Lv Sampson City Lv 7W: 7
left on Monday last for a trip down 23 8 30 Lv lainptou. Lv 7 19 7
A. B.TORREY.Undertaker the Coitat.Ooldsmlth .' his mother are deeply Interested In 01 9 05 Lv Grandin Lv 6 37 6 52--------
east all that concerns Cresoeut City and 06 9 101.v Flor..home. Lv 6 32 6 I
and Embalmer. H. Williams, a former Como people, and write that they SPECIAL SALE 51) 9 50) Ar p..latka.. Lv 6 00 5 29..-

l'ulllloe of Caaketa and Coding. prominent citizen of this place, now watch the columns of the News with P.M. A.M.: .er'', '

Telephone manager of the United Fruit company' much Interest. \
plantations In the Republic of DEFENDER' MANUFACTURING NEW SLEEPERS 1
CBESCENT O1TT FLORIDA R. B. Smith of Long Island, N. Y.,
Panama, Is now In Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived last Frldnyacoompanled by running an Trainl 3 sad ... between Macon and -
on a visit to his .sisters. Mr. U. D. Burtia, and UNDERWEAR. J :.ucksonville vii ValdoLla, are twelve section Drawing- ________
nephew, j
Crescent City Transfer Co. Buffet Pinl1ch and to the Pullman
can, lighted
York gait np
Mrs. J. A. Capron 'of New both are pleasantly located at Crescent -
in Measurement Reliable in, Quality, in all their appointmenta. I _
Meets all trains at r880f nt City Juno- who has been on a visit ofa few daysto inn for the balance of the win Ample "-.
her cousins, Capt and Mrs" F. M. ter.. Mr. Smith was". Tiers during the Finish. Attractive Bargains for our These sleepen are open for 'cupnncy: leaving Macon
tlon. Night trains by appointment. and romain-in sleeper until
: can
9:30 p.m. psalengeta
Pay son, left on Monday for a trip to two past seasons but took it Into his We want the Ladies of the Frultlaod, FeulosuU to arrival It Macon. a _
: a.m on
S. K. LABKEE. Manager. -
and the east coast. Mrs. California this .
Daytona head to try year. Great Special Hale. _ _ _ _ I T
Capron was delighted with Crescent He and Mr. Burtls. went out there
E. W. WARREN, fl. D. Every purchaser of .. and C are solid Inlaa with Through Cnnchoo on.1 Drawlnl'.Room Buttol I _______
City. last 'November, visiting San. Diego. Macon" and Jackaonvlllu. and carry 'ullman BUlrot Drawing- _
The, Defender :Mfg.\ between Macon saul Titlo ea room between Jackoonvllle and
Creacent Fla. Barbara and Sin
City Hon Angeles, Santa
Go,. Jennings. has appointed Los
Will, answer calls from Oomo Pomona J. H. Harp. J. C. Orlmsley, David Francisco,but not liking the climate, Co's uoods can feel' a :" _d:Macon nciei.J: : oad;;Ja l::kooavWo.;. betwaea& Macon and Palatka, and carry Through. I '.'
and W. IJ. Campbell, all of came straight to Crescent City Mr. _- _
Batsuma Heights Welaka, Frultland or Dawes that there is no sweatshop C. D, RHODES,
othar points on the Frultland"Peninsula this place, Putnam county delegates Smith has sent home for nls dogs ; work with deadly -.... MAco" GA. Gaul' P... AI'.at. I

to the Convention of Sugar Cane and gun and proposes to enjoy him lurking i.
Jan. self In the woods during the quail disease germs D. p A" UARRY Bt1RNS.T. p A", i
.A.. :T.: : ,Spac.oar: : Growers at MontgomeryAla. : in tho garments Jaokaoavllle PI., 101.000,0..
Dentist. lCth-37th.) shooting season. to carry possible disaster \

.. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Russell of 8. 'Y. Ooodale, a once prominent into the home.It u -___---- 5 tF-
ORIn. at Bmldonoa on Proapoal BWxUCreaoent East Liverpool Ohio, who have orange grower here and former \ 1\\\ \ is l because of ; | 'personal-; / I eff.rl-or; ;; .f.1

been spending; a couple of wet'k..t mayor of the town, writes to the editor I this important fact (' and several other I ,
Florida. FLORIDA : _
City, Orove Hall left early In the week from Weldon a small mining and also because the : men the mystery. j I "THE EAST COAST OF '
two yearsurrountl'tl
In Arizona, whither he has is PARADISE REGAINED. _
W. 8I1OTWELU for a trip down the east coast. They camp Underwear offered, the Right Rev Ethel. .
were pleased with Crescent. City and gone to spend the winter In the Interest is, in Material, Protestant Episcopal: '

Builds Row Boats, hope to return later In the season. of his health. He says: "This Finish. and 8tyl"l 1 : jiloce-te of Colitinl kr5ii( / -- _

and makes all from In just a mining camp of 10 buildings. r Measure the Belt to Iii unfrocking: the LIMITED : PARLOR -
Repairs of
boats buggies The total shipment oranges Is friend of N. \V Irvln', m>n' nra Ef4e
kinds of wood work repairs at his shop I the junction station last season was The superintendent; a Be Tound that we re"et'It' I 101 believed PULLMAN 1Iwoy? CAR
in rear of hts MEA mine and he has fixed me very comfortable of serious pronoitlons Ik
invite so urgent
James. Padgett ( AND TRAINS :
Ore o...., CIty. MARKET'I about 1,800 boxes. for the winter. I find It to you become acquainted .. Involving the name I(i l _
Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod- I Jr. the agent, states that so far this bealthy locality and ex- ly to anti of a promtnont ?
oat I have been be a very ,with it. '
prices. season over 8,800 boxes from The new present"
i 8hlpred, and that this I I. not much l>ect to derivegreat benefit a From 750 to $3.00 Corset Covers ''n Bishop Talbot with Reaching the Famous Resortt, : -
will forward Few months sojourn here. It Is. Ufl Gowns Wr Emma D. l' I.
FRESH FISH over one-half what he miles from the railroad and to gelhere Stock of said to have had four ST. AUGUSTINE, ORMOND _
before the close of the seasou.Chas. had to sleep, out In the des We have an immense ruin the Rev. Mr. Ir.
W. Hutohlnson, son of Mr.\ *s him of the dUhon- ,. -_ _
We get mall twice a '"
Hutchlnson who ert one night uaa of the BEACH MIAMI. ,
:J. L. .hford. the.old war bero of and Mrs. Henry with the week. We are far enough from bishops. In I n letter 5' PALM _

Welak, will I.ItCre8cent holds a responsible position elvllUatlon to be 'very quiet, and I tho former rector. f

City Cuba Fruit company at Sagua home de find It a good place to sleep. I am >lo Tickets A Short SeaTilp. from Miami ..,
Is expected '
Tanaino, Cuba, much better than when I !1'\ ft Crescent Steamer to _
Every Friday with Shad and( week fora short visit. He ,Is you will fln.llt very con :
next City last spring and I am looking Atlantic toast Line lu- NASSAU,. N. P., ., -
He week at the
other Fresh for him.
Walt the present
spending forward to still more improvement uillnago tIck"ts good over 1
will of the S. B KEY WEST, FLA., ," -
call at your house. New York offices company. during the winter I have : 150MM( nillxs of rallruail.
will be hoon,. d .its far CUBA. -
of Attleboro, HAVANA
George Carpenter been very lonely at times and wished ( and West to Clo- _
Mass., with his mother, Mrs.. 8. Carpenter I had gone to Crescent City, but I Evsn vile' sail. !Ht.:
and his aunt Mrs. Half, wanted to try this ,dry climate, ands advantage of this nrrangn SEND --

have arrived and will open 'up the .. what effect U would have on me. 1 the luoonvunli-ncw of i.-PA RllotT.VI.. ,.,..',gad 0.1 M'.'..

: Carpenter home for the winter.beeu I do net believe,U U any better, If'good. service to mileage all point. book"But. J J D.P BRCKWITH RAHNBH/ A.a", G..ll'a..t.Tnll. ........,
not '
Tries popular ladies have ,..- .a* Crescent. City,.but now '-' '. l W. H. LIAHT D P A S*. aCaUSli5l. etal. I,
t, .a: In Crescent City In two yearn ,and that I am here I am-grolng In remain.. W J. CBAIO, 0 P. A, Savannah,Oa.WHoUoglon.N.O. I4

,'- ,'" t... tbelf oomlnvf*) U .o1tro..tJ rtiuoh and glf* II a thorough trial.1. ,- Skirts! T FronvpSc to $a.oo.: \ ., -_ .
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agggggggUU U gg Ugg ggg" The Pal atka News :. A hunting party composed of CaptB. "Things Do Move.

''I N. Calhoun ))r. W W. O. Wnll, Ttle.city uounoll did business last

1'" and Advertiser Joseph Prlc Julian Calhoun, and Tuesday night Piesldnnt pro tun

,' 1 I F ::Q. t I Hump Moody returned. lant week Howell A. Davis occupied the chnlr. OFFERINGS
from successful YEAR
n very hunting trip and theio WIIB amoie than uveiageatteiidanon NEW
R in the Ocklawnua wlkU, The party of members..
u higher circulation ruling/ baggnd 75 good slxed do and '
qunil !\ transacted
R 'V ou are still R 1 lit) Important' hnnlnemt /
than IH accorded:: to any otllorpup"r 12 siiulirelu. Mr. Moody IH recognized was the aottlomeiit of details and the been leaders In giving good values we will continue the
In I'aliitUu.! I'rliitcr'aInk. :: Having
Interested Inn R as the ciiuk nhot of Purnoin county signing up of (lio contract. betweentho
,. n R N. Y.. July 20, 1110:1.!)<>: nnd thereby hangs\ a title. council and the conductor for same during the New Year.

; Chief of Police Hngan desires the the new City Hall and Central Fire 1 Lot Comfortables( woi.th *1.25. . 98cI
R Winter EEEE 'f"'I- .v- Neus to warn parents airainst) allowing \ Btll lull. 1 Lot( Comfortables woith $l.l>>0. . .. $I.IO

R EEEEn ,j City Happenings and( I: their children' to play on the Kvei.vtliini went smoothly. Architect "'" 1 Lot Comfortables worth, tI:71i.l . . .1.38 Jf\'i\
Klutho them. One :
was ;
groundx\ being filled In for the U. S AV.
EEEEn Personal mention.iiiiiuiml. depot. He says the little folk change was made. I Lot Comfortables woith' *2H( ). . . .$1.68 ;: ..'. ','>

R Clothing LMr. gather; there in bunches. ou the trackH The Bond Brick company of Lake 1 Lot Blankets, pr worth *1.25. . .. ... .$I.O5 \\i ;

\, n n .II CIII'I.iii-tllllllu to nt>r when the cars are constantly being U..leIl1l111kl's a smooth, hard bl'lck- 1 Lot Blankets, pr woith fl.IJO(l. . . .$1.20'I

t R home In Hijrh Hillings Monday.' backed, ami that In at leiwt one Instance and ns pretty .a brick as any man 1 Lot Blanknls. pi vtoith( *J25an . . $1.98
had 1 been Bent
R suilous accident averUtd ever auw.
3 Our Howell( A. Davis made business wall
Inch Is worth, 15o yd. for :. loeLadies'
here and inunibois of the council had Outing\ Fliuini
.' F; trip to Jncksontllle Wednesday The chief doos not want small ohlldien /

\Vlnflt>ld Pucker and Jno. \V. Oiiftt" to play on this dangerous oakeil lovingly at them. But the Misses and Children's Coats, Capes at cost to close them out.Ladies' .
a One Third Gut ground\' I and l feels that parents. should price was much higher than the ordinary
ry li'ft fur New Yolk on TnoHdny" Skirts at close prices.
biick. Therefore membersdidn't Ready-to-wear
M u 'Inntiuct their children to stay I away,
u Conductor 1'orcy Wall mid family think could ulfoid to Embroideries just received beauties.
in Prices they approve Large Stock of Laces and ,_
LIn spent Wednesday In town( with Tho Presbyterian Sunday Bchool them. Look them over.
M on nilWinter LIn friends. hold Its Christmas party at the. Armory
M Fiank E. Bond of DeLnnd the
when in
last A Men's Furnishings and Shoe Stores need of
Friday ulght Inrgc in
Step our
Good Just a little Ice on Weduoadiiy and president of the Bond bi'Ick company,
[:; should attract ton Thursday morning Murcuiy got audience wan present to witness the was at the meeting, however, and he Hen's Shoes and let us show you the "King Quality" 3.50; Plant &

you down to 31 di'trieiis" \ prngiam" of songs and recitations made the council a proposition that Hark's Ladies Shoes; Hill & Greens' Hisses and Children's School

f:: This Stoie.a tn The public school.* will opnn Tor( which wns well rendered and reflect; was accepted. His brick, which is Shoes. Yours for Good Values,
.. eil much credit the managers,
white and will look not unlike marble
the tel'mnl'xt Monday/ ,
.. Hprliitf/(
.'n: .. holiday viieutlun of two wuiksMlHB Misses. Vivian Ackermaii and Edith lu the wall is to be used. for the Sr 221-223 Lemon

i R t M"I'I'III.fl'! and Mrs. Santa Clxus facing, or outside veneer of the A. W. STRANGE; a 10 ::::
.. R .. Emma OlniHtmuI of Pomona. distributed presents among the scholars walls This U going to make the I
n r. Hpent Monday 111 the city the gut ot Miss. nnr tow was pr Hunted a .
building cost a matter of $HOO more,
t: t- r.u of her frli'IK! Minn !Minnie Buky. handsome plcturo by the superintendent but Its woith it.

u r.u Mrs. H. C. Lnilmer of Plttsburitha ; ., Col. H. \[. de Montmullln
P. J. Becks the contractor began
r.u ., la sni'iidluif the winter lif I'p, tho fur her elHclnnt work ns organist for .
r. work this morning\ on tho building
of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. It Hilllnrd the school.
guest Sunday
1 ut That Is to say he had men at work
t: Our 1904 Trade Chan. Ij. Chumberlln one of the ..... ."
]). K.:: Dusenburry the well-known digging trenches for the foundation. .- .
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I..ndlnllI1erchnntM\ of CieHcent City, and popular citizen of Como was In By the terms of the contract he la to .", .", .", .7..iI" ." .", ,

t jjj: was a BIG THING was a visitor In the city Wudneailny. the city over Tuesday night and wan have the blldluir completed and :21

u for us in ,. Mrs. M S. Brown nnd children returned guest at the Saratogn. Mr. and ready for occupancy by July 1st .r J2iTAIlLTsiIiiriartin : > iSH>>. ,

to home WedneBdiiy after spond Mis. Dusonberry are conducting a The building will face Reid street '
I.. \.,
| TWO WAYS: lug the liolldnyH wlfli filuiidH In Siiuford. hlgh-gradn resort hotel at Lake Como and stand in about the centre of the Griffin & Co.n

10. called All View cottage and block It will be back 50 feet from i.. \"

[:; It made us a niceR t !Mrs. Mln: (jnioiiia rotuinetl home they have made their home so attiactive the Raid street sidewalk, nnd mid ,

.' living and showed us Monday fiom ft three weeks' visit to I that there la now no trouble way between Front and Third I.' -WIIOI AND ItHTAII \"

: u that the People her sister, Ml\ '8. Uoorjje Weller In St to keep the house filled with !gueutn.\ streets. ..t.i. .
L U. ,. Petersburg The house is delightfully. situated
I. appreciate our between two lakes on a narrow peninsula Some Distinguished Guests. :JIB[ :DE& g Jr.I .8E, =
t Mr and Mrs. LilnclHl y, and Mr H J. Kennel'ly sent the yacht .
t: efforts to and Mrs M. W. Smith of Wellington and Is therefore breeze Doozle to Jacksonville last week to .
swept and cool. The place in the delight :.
u Ohio, are guests fur the weuk lit meet Hon. I. L. Elwood Its owner I.' t
serve of sportsmen who love fishing Fort Columbian Amythist Enamel Waie ,
LJR the Arlington hotel.Mr. ( AgelJ ,
and party, who came to Palatka, and
LJR r:: them the Very Best ,. and Mrs. Harry F.. Stewart or and shooting. ... .. fiom here left. next day for the head '" Chattanooga Chilled Plo\\s 1, Wiss tfe Son's, Celebrated .

n Wearables at the Jacksonville were in the city s..vrlll, waters of the St. Johns river on n i ...
An Early Spring Wedding. Shears,i an3 "Scissors.pulltlers \"
lion Garden
Lowest living days this week, guests of Mr. inn fishing tilp. Mr Eiwood's friends Age Tools, .
M 10. Mrs. Koyal H Ruble. The wedding of Mr. John Andrew were Mr. Chas. O. Gates of New 4S4S .t.i

Prices.We ", I Mrs. Delia Kowcll and chlldrt'i, Shelley and Miss Nellie Elizabeth York, son of John W. Gates the multimillionaire Bicycle Plows l, Hard Ufa ret

are going to t tu roturued to their liome la Ueoigla Fry well-known and popular society plunger, and Mr. O. C. i! ,"
10. Seed, and j Feitiluer Diills Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints Oils
LJ Double the t this week. 'I'heV spent the holidays young people of this city has be"n Wells. .i .

LJLJ L with Sheriff nnd Mrs. Howell announced for Wednesday morning, The party returned to the city on 'w' Celebrated O K Stoves anJ Ranges: Lead and Glass. "I
Volume of Februaiy 1st, at bt. Monica's ohurbh. ,
Messrs. Strum nnd Hyatt, the Wednesday after a delightful trip i ,
our LU eminent vocalists now visiting In The ceremony will be performed by leaving the same day on the Doozie .,. Box and Airtight Heaters! Poat aijtl Mill) Supplies i ""

L this city will again assist the choir Rev. Dr. John O'Brien of Fernandl- for Jacksonville, fiom" which place I.' Heed's Enamel Steel Wuio and \"
Business of IIt.1I1u'ks, church next Sunday, na, a foi'mer rector of Sb. Monica's, they left for their noithern homes. Hope, Packing, Waste, Oils,

j this Yt'lbut not moiniiiR\' and evening assisted by rector.Rev. Patrick The Harry,will the It Is understood that Mr. Elwood I.' Kustlesa Tinwaie, Bolts and Lllntt>l'DiI. \"
present and family will come to Palatka
( U our profit.To The Fearrmide Clothing( 'i-ompani!( take place at an eaily hour. the latter p.u.t. of the month and ,
1 Begin after a season of the most phenonilnal Miss Fry is the daughter of Mrs their pretty winter home here. open Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention ?
1 holiday business ever wltnessmIn L. A. Fry and one of the most charm .
& We offer during. t his city Is again\' at it with ttllfuither ing and popular of Palatka's fair Yelvington Minor Win/. ,

'1 HR January allWinter outs on winter weigh IS. daughters. The groom U tbe s ore- Judge J. T. Wills has just rendered ,. d

.f'. Hn L L Miss Sarah Bard the populu tin'y'of the Fearnside Clothing Coheie his final decUion In the somewhat

teacher (of the Denvei public school( ( I. and a young business. man or celebrated will case of MarlonCothron
t" WeightClothing
L who has been spending the holiday correct habits and high social and vs. Richard Yelvington( as

rtn rtu vacation ather home In Not'walk. commercial standing. guardian of William S. Yelvington, FOR Candies
Nuts Fruits
, { g andUnderwear spent Sunday in town vtltli lends. a minor dissolving. the injunction and

Horn, to Mr. and Mrs, ItobeitljUlbHon & Pulling Both Ways.As and dismissing the bill of complaint. Underwood Typewriters,
William Yelvington the father of
Dee little the
on 21st a daiuri; showing frequent perplexities Tin ,
, \ ( Typewriter Made)
I bj ti r. MID. Gibson Is the daughter or of the hoard of county commissioners the minor died several years ago\' Dalton
Block (Next. Door to A. W.
; f t ti Mr. and Mrs. I. H Milliard and 1 Is here ls an Instance: leaving a will. About six months Call or Write
LJa L after his dnnth, the widow( married Strange (ffi, Co.)
i\\ : at
. spending the winter with hur paieuls A petition signed by a dozen or .
l LONE Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Digglt and lOll more prominent. and reputable citizens Marlon\ Cothion, who was employed CHAS. E. ROWOTN -

THIRD OFF. of England were at the Arlington of Keufca asked that a man on the Yelvington place. William TfWe have n very complete

yesteiday. Tlioy came all the way named. Urantham be placed on the S. Yelvington( the minor Is the Palatka. Florida stock of High Grade and] Mixed.

u u This includes] L to witness the automobile races on pauper list at $5.(X) per month. Tl.en posthumous. son of William Yelvington. Putnam Co. Agent. Candies. All kinds of Flesh/

u the Ol'lI1ond.Dllytulicourse/ till.. there was a counter petition from a Fruits Nuts Raisins. Etc.
Home VNYDtJl'limhle mouth citizen of the same section, asking Several children were born( to Mr. TYPEWRITER PAPER, and SUPPLIES. ,
and Mrs.[ Cothron before she died, Everything|f Fresh at this new
t that it be not granted. Homebody -- -- --- -- - -
LJV Suits j Henry C'lay Tucker of Intel'litLhen.
leaving a will iu which she bequeathed store and
LJS wns wrong. The matter wns referred prices/ the Lowest.
j a man who bubbles with wit ant
of the all her property to Mr.
to commissioner Williams for
humor and who rndlates sunshine Everything in MATTRESSES and FURNITURE.
Investigation. Cothron and her children by him. NOTICE OF
1 eVan on the cloudiest days, wait, a
n Under this will Mr. Cothron claimed Tax Defx" Uudnr Sttctlon 8 of Chapter
r n Griffon j visitor In Palatka on Wednesday Mission at St. Mark's Church. one-half of the William Yelvingtonestate. 4H88 La-wa ol Florida

R 1 and Thursday.R. Notice la hereby given that R. B.
Rev. Archdeacon Webber
of Boston
,j K, editor UcLeod purchnaer of Tax certificate
n Jliuy a prominent 01 This claim was resisted by Rich
n has been engaged: \ to hold a No IDt.a, dated the 3rd day of July A D,
R Brand i in 1 Joliet, 111, was in the city last, week weeks' mission at St. Mark's Episcopal ard Yelvington guaidian' of the I 1HD9, has li.ald oortlllonteln my office.
for a brief time and registered. at the church, beginning; with January minor William U. Yelvington on the' nud has made Application for tax Joml to
R Urahaui, Mr. Bray had just returned Issue In accordance Siilil
r.i 27th and ending oil Feb 2d. During contention that under the Win. Yelvington with law. certllloute -
n 10.M .I from a visit to( hID old friend A. DTu will his widow did not take embraces the following described
this l mission from two ,to three
the best made services property' situated\ In Putnam county.
very t i ',ker of Floiahome. ..
will be held dally and a cordla a dlvisable interest and that she only Florida to-wit '

CLOTHING t tin Col. H. M. da Montmollln of this Invitation Is extended to all to attend had a contingent remainder or E i of nwl of nej." nel] of Del. eft olnoj.

this market. t i city, as commissary general on the any and all of the services.In life ektate nnd that at. her death the less 10 ...,ros. section 19, township
n 10. stall of retiring governor W. U Jan of the Yelvington minor( was entitled to 13, range SO-SO acres.Ihe .
i speaking coming\ mission,
said land assessed at the
These Fine Suits being
n : nlngs. had a conspicuous In the the whole.
I part Rev. F. H. Richey pastor of St date of the lusiiance ot such oortlflcate\ In
t are made of tr I inauguration ceremonies Governor( Marks, said ; The decision of Judge Wills sustains Capt. Itt. R. RYAW Palatlia: Fla. the name of Mrs. 8. T Ollmore. Unions

r R: Best Fabiica t tL I N. U. Brow aid at Tallahassee onTuesday "The object of this mission it. to this contention and by it William said certificate shall be redeemed according
n n to law tax deed will isuue
; 8. Yelvington, the minor gets
n stir up the spiritual life of the parish
When the fool hns made bis mind "" thereon on the 10th day of Jan, A.
R aie hand m.ule: i B. 1>:. Kao: F.. C. Worrel H. Black To try and set forth la plain language the entire estate, which Is said to be the luniket t Is lonl'by.-81'U1lI up b Pl'OV' D. 1905 ?

[LJLJ Have style i and J. E. Willvtts, all of New Jersey the subjects of religious( matters worth five or six thousand( dollars.Hon. er l>. Witness my ofllclnl. signature and seal!
u r.u : are at tho llugton. They coinpilse which are interesting people S.: J. Hllburn and Judge It will this the 8tu Jar of Deo., A. I>. 1004.!

and finish]I, I a )party tiaveliug by privatelaunch throughout the world. To Haskell were attorneys( for the Tbe worst bankruptcy Is to lose i" Clerk(Seal Circuit;! JOSEPH PKICE Florida'
i Interest You Court Putnam Co.
.. LJLJ LJ and are the equal' i from Brunawlck to Lake Harris. try and stir up the ponaclences ol Yelvington\ minor heart
""M of the bestCustom I 1! Their stay here was caused by some who feel that the spiritual life Sale of St. Johns Log & Tie Co. to know NOTICE.

:'1 Made the breaking of machinery on their lias/ no claim upon them. To correct Crown and Bridge\'' Work a Specialty, $

r R:: Garments.They ti launch mistaken and erroneous Ideas of Palatka J. C. Gross from( who Lee County recently, Ala.came, for to Dr. W. W. C. Wall that we have $ Notice Is hereby given that the Annual
Mrs. D. M. Coirnmn and little In regard to the of the Wilson
r:: many position S Meeting of the stockholders of the
FIT. ti Mastur Frank (ofKockwood church the purpose of engaging in the CI'OSS Dental Surgeon.OHlce i t'la.,
giandsoir, Leeper, In Palatka. To this mission CUT PRICES ON Cypress Company, of Palalka
1.1 ( Tenn., are expected to and the services held during the tie business has just purchased of over Ackermaii & Stewarts $ for the year liWO-wlllbe hold at the office

n n In . ti airive in the city this week for the same, all people irrespective of Casshln A McOulro the entire plant 1'ttlatku, Florida Jackets of the company In Palatka. Fla. at 10
n of the St. Johns Log & Tie company $ and o'clock a. in. on Wednesday. February
M winter Mrs. ColTinan, her daughter creeds are invited. Any questions located at Alco. S First 10i)5) for the electlunot directors
n Underwear Mrs. S. B. Leeper and the children relative. to religion and especially of NOTICE. and such other business as may come

'. n n have spent the past several winters anyone who desires to know of subjects This plant consists of 80,000 acres 1'he annual meeting of the stoukhold- i Capes, Skirls ; before the meetln g. .
n of timber land. 15 miles of railroad( Seo't'y..
n Hats tit b In PiUutka 1\11'\ ". H. A Giny's. not touched upon In the dally era of the golden Cypress Door Company/ F. WIMOM,
two locomotives, HO head of mules Falaiko. Fla, Jon. 3d 1'JUS.
u Col. A.J. Hllbourn of Boston( has addresses will be cheerfully answered be held at the olUoo ot the company of all kinds, $
) LJ and all manner of ." and all the camping outfit that goes In Palatka Florida, on Friday February $
of Ell Yow the residence STATEMENT or THE CONDITION):!
'u purchased to make up a big log and lumber 3rd, UOfi, at ten o'clock In the forenoon.GBO. .
Third street next north of the Warm Underwear or TUB
: Gentlemens on B. SELDRN,
plant The property la said to be ; KABT I-LOIUDA 84VIK08 TEDST t'U.
'u k! home of lion S. J. Hllburn and A New Industry President
valued at tl2 .ClOO. or PiLATIA, FLOBIDA,
ij .Furnishings nr Mr. Yow hIUlI>chased. the Bobbins' A new and important Industry was Mr. Gross. Is well-known In Georgia. i for On thn" lint of Docanibor, A.D ItM,** **:
u cottage near the U. S & F. freight established In Palatka SEWERAGE SYSTEM iiutrad hf 1.J approTail May ''i >'<"'
: u you will find that we this week Flol'ldand/ Alabama having Ladles -

r:: carry ft big assortment depot on the same street as well aaa under the name of the Florida Coop long been II heavy operator In the Palatka Florida. ,-Men and Dlaoounw BE8OVBOESLonna ,... ............. .""' $
vacant lot north of the residence oiHon. }' ........
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nr erage company. tie and timber business In el\olof! and Limna oa Mort a 0a' > *- -.
: r:: of the kind of Goods nu ( S. J. Hllburn. Settled proposals will be received $ Children. OvaritraTM. fkwurefl Jk Unaeour l.... .:tHI.: ..
The new company Is composed of these states. His successful
experience : Baukliii Uouxt, lurnltur* and olUtItaulEalata
[j you wllnt.j The prl.se di'111 for the gold medal lh'e gentlemen experienced In the Insure a successful conduct of by the Board of Bond Ti'ustees of the and on : .. . .. tIlIOI .!>>
nIJ City of Palatka. Florida. until U i V B.U4ioila and oth r "8"utirlttoa...... .
[ was held by Co "D" at the Armory 1 business who coma from Alma III this newly acquired property o'clock noon February 1st 11)06) for IlllK ol oinar Uankaknd D. 8.Noloa.... -' '
u Gold aud .........._ ... ....... "
Ullv .
Tuesday night and 1st Sergeant H. M. BLANKETSand 1'-:
They are Frampton J.V.. constructing asanltary "
Rewernire sys CII"" ... "0.1 Uub I"'m... .., ....
IJ IJr Ralph Riinkin was the lucky winner, Johnson J. II. Clow C. M. See and Thirty-Nine Expected. tem in the City of Palatkn, Florida, Dlniw, Nlukela and, I t a.tia>........ .lIOi j.
and for( material Duo from otliiu uauke and iiajnur: *. i.
furnishing for 'i
: M. S. BROWN IJn with Corporal K. M. Albro a clone Lincoln Kell. The chairman of the Social Com Work will embrace approximately same, ......II3I.ot

second. As Is customary'an infernal The company : occupies the big mittee of the Woman's Fortnightly eleven miles of pipe sewers from 6 !

,, '. u u IJM danoa followed the dl'1l1, but the warehouse over the river and back or Club lends the following .announcein to 16 Inches In diameter.. OMPORTA LES. .,..'LIABILITIES.,....... ........,' .,11C..PI..1S"'k \""''''

u attendance was meager\ and 'tis ald the Florida Southern buildings an(0)) for or One a Thousand Leo Burjilua tuiflvt.lml: I: rund rroHli.. ..,..::::'.: .. ::.:::::: .w:6J'I':110O';:':"
:i Clomi r that this will conclude the dancing\ large force of men are already at "Tha next regular meeting I of the guaranteed Bidder's Bond satisfactory Jacobson'sPopular i Individual. Depollta. .114,1111I.'m
LJn LJa must accompany ".vial( D.p".I"' ... ,. 16..11..3V
for some time. work setting barrels. Thla Woman' Club will bea
LJR up company Fortnightly each bid. V 'I tlltoabM. of l>o- .
r Miss Martha Ballard, in charge of will cater to the potato trade social In the clubrooms at the usual Plans and specifications will tie bn Dry .: =I' .. (,1011.116

..( AND n the trimming department at Mlns only this -season, but.Ja.ter on will hour. file and may be seen at the olllce ofche ......II8I.1M

f. R n n Lucas' millinery store will leave tomorrow make fish barre Ie. a* well. '"Tha Social Committee greet you Engineer and and forms copies, etc.of.the may specifications hn Goods House OOUII'rv oT..J.r: OJ'I'UTIU.M.rLOKIDA t r ..

: n n lor a short visit In Tampa. Last. year the demand for potato with the belt wishes of the season obtained from the chairman. of the W..IIJ.III.T.a..a.I.. W.:H. .DI".Irr : : '.
n G nls' fumi r c Board. of Bond Trustees. : -.._ uf aaltl do "" ,.
n On the last of the mouth Mlas Jtnlard barrel exceeded b ,.supplyy The and extends a cordial invitation to The right Is Palatka Florida that Ihe.bf.vaatatow dumpaDV.ur1. uu. lu toal>al.*01I
it C will go to New York to make acreage In this lection of th*. state each member to be present to help and nil bids.: reserved to reject any i Our' fcuowlodga,,. aud .b..lli>t.

'u "lections of goods for Miss Lucas thla! season will be greatly In exeats "<"Mlebr te thU thirteenth dayof the F.. 8. CHILL. t .. I 1 V.lIU1lDlI'rrz.--'. OHII.I TrimaoMr. _"' :,

a PoIOlkO fin.u I and to study those things that ana of last year;:and the new company new.year. Chairman. Board Bond Trustees, -- .'T'IT'' II... Or I II, W. U. 00f.1I.I.Jr. "!.li
to be new In woman's head gear lot hould jump Into an immediate" bu. ...> "W shall expect and prepare. for VYnw W L.VOTI, Kngiuuir, It vou Waut 10 Ktlt YOllr 1110I1e,.'. [ ."" ... la..0.-. .. ,. wa. ,.",'
n time* IS of ,"' < l'ttlatk, Florida. I worth ; anti .ee a good CO LD JEIlOC.. ".1' of 1..1'9, .... lUtJQ.. 1" : If..
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