The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1903
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00100
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES i.,XI, NO. 48. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY] )1'] CgMUI.i'; : { 4, 1903 $1: Per Year. III

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.1 I. THISisr. A BUSY STORE. '

I ;; STORE '

It I is our aim to make it a good trading place.. The very best place to _

buy everything a man wears. To be fair; to be liberal; to have the right

.1 goods at the right price; to have satisfaction go with every sale; to treat

.1 each customer so that he will come back again and again; to keep our

.| prices down and 'depend upon making a great many sales at a small dllANCI '

i| margin rather than few at large profit. i' '

I t If you like these business, principles you will like our store. One

{\ customer is served like another. Always the best we know how. If any ''S 17t

; thing goes wrong we are here to make it right and you always know
'YV ail{ ,

where to find us. Men's SUifsr Men's Suifs. Men's Suns V 1{

We want you to see our Elegant Fall and'Winter Suits;
our line of Men's and Boy's Shoes our leading makes of In this linn you can find Suits Fancy Chevoit Suits, Serge High! Art Clothing, "Old Relia, 1 1fble"
that are worth eight and. nine* lined Square and Round Cut, in quality, but up-to-the-
Men's Hats our Neckwear Hosiery Underwear dollars, but fur the holidays wo worth ten and twelve fifty atr minute in style. '
will muke the price'Sui.t Sit

and Shirts We deal In only the most, approved styles and $6.75.' Suit $8.45 Suit $14.50

makes. a Men's Suifs. :-

Pure All-Wool Worsted, Cnssi-

FBARNSIDB CLOTHING COMPANY ( Ui14 \ lined meres, and suits Fancy worth fifteen Chevoits dollars, sorgo ell n G Ilt ,N Ne

: .4 *4tNI Suit $10.00 I Y( tl +,

6men's + ,

I.IO=: : OI:: s't. Palatka, FlaToleph.orie Men's Suifs.

: 9i.I You can expect the best to be I !
... had at the price and the price is Fr VJ i.q .
.. the best to be had in Pulatka. I I ;,
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Cannot be duplicated Our Special / .q

We Fit The Price\ Lt.
Suit $i2.50J '

I ]Hard to Fit. ) t. H .

,.;,. HIGH'ART'.''
I Them are old feet and young fee t '
I II And little feet and great feet, men's Overcoats -

I I : Pretty feot and homely feet, Pants.The .

I II II Ii And feet that do not mate, i
i and Rain Goats.A
best and most fitting! .
There are tender feet and tough I f.set, perfect
Punts made. They come in pure
Narrow feet and wide '
All-Wool Worsteds, Chevoits and complete assortment, short
I F' Short foot and long feet, CasBiuieres. The special price we medium and extra long. Special!

And feet you would like to hide. make price from a ,
I I It is quite a feat to cover feet
Between In style and comfort too, Pair $3.65 $5.00 to $14.00.Boy's "
And if this is what you want, --'---
I'll tell you what to do, t
Take your feet toCurry Suits-The best and strongest

I ; You ,, ,

I ; &, L ane ? $ +

and Me And fit them in their Shoes; 1 ( '
Your com will never bother you o
And you will never have the blurNow t.

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::::::: Arlie.::: : .:Lgton. :Hotel:
: i Post I ; LEMON ST. PAL.,ATKA HOWARD STYLE::.) + d a
Two Bloch from Boat Lending Moat Convent.nl to Onion Depot Right.la hopping district /
llu been thoroughly",no.,,'-.. X.at, 01..n and Homo""". Bat and Cold.Baths.tt -' .p lJ
I Fr.$ample| Room RaTolephone .... 00 and"'.110 per Dill Our Special Header l""
i : connection with.river\ po.n8II apeclal galas to. Table BoanlomIk r"
This is the _n.___ -- ------ That carries the Howard guarantee Suit $3.25
\ ----r. B.d..r' DlMtluB Ability. -a Hat worth throe ilfty. Our 7 T, ..' INSURED"v V3flifu :; 1 Itoy'a Knee Panta S to 10 years. ,...leer i''
Place to Buy Memory of Our,baby Boy, The iportsmon naturalist, St. John, Special Price "}., :,''CtOTMINCJ4;) \ lloy'a HhlrtM .., ... ...rKe( Ia i
Little John Merrytliiy.Ho onO day found a badger In a trap Dot 'i, ,. \" Hoy's Sweaters. ...,SOc, I11
Your suddenly out dowo Just Dine abort much Injured. Tying a rope to Its bind Hat $3.00 Jloy' Caps, ...... ..,25c
ynrs log be drove toe animal borne-strange 1
: Shoes! Did little John dwell In.this vale of to gay the captive beast logging ateadily -
tears; along In front of him and giving
i little more trouble than a pig going to Alpine Hats The
Our Expenses But his sweat, Hfi") was over free from market On reaching homo the animal
I' rare for tbe night Into a paved
For him the days were. bright,fleeting was put
are not.very high I and fair court, where It wemed perfectly securer In all staple colors] and Three in one Hat, +
," said St.John "lie was
"Next morning ,
If e'er a shadow flitted o'er the way gone, having Unplaced a tone that I shapes. Great values.1 in all shades. Special 'j ;
therefore we I His sunny nature made It fly away. of moving from
thought him quite Incapable Special prices Price d at
I n hurt at play sometimes our darling and then digging. under the wall, he
H can get along oriel got awny." HOWARD STYLE. ,
But smiles appeared ,before his tears $1.00 to $2.25 $2.65.
with,less profit I were dried. The Hftt.r .....t.. HOWARD STYJJ:. I
E'en when I tell, that punish him I must,' husband (looking op from a book-)
I than others, i I Clinging around my Dock, ted Bay 'twas Do yon know what I would have done Neckwear; Umbrellas for Holiday
.J just! If I had been Napoleon Bonaparte Holiday ,
and arewilling Wife Yes; I know. You would have of pat- Oifts at prices ranging .
I And that he knew It hurt and grlved me largest range
''I settled down In Corsica and spent your
BOre.I'romlelog 7koU5.L from O5c. to $4.00 ''
I'' to do, so. always to disobey no more. life grumbling about bad luck and bard terns 25c.

So tender was, his heart he could not : times.Philadelphia Telegraph.
Winter Underwear. Hosiery from loc to 450 ,

n ''tv-H: To hoar bear of grief, nor see" the falling t..a. tie-1 HU can't AU..tl.understand.."....bow you He.ivy Fleece Lined Underwear, r I Kid Gloves ... '. poc .

Upon a little ant be would not tread should be so taken with Mr. Blakley. a complete range of sues. Men's Shirts ... .45C ,i,; *-
Nor crush a violet It It's lowly bed!
There Is nothing striking about the' 750. a'Suit Men's ... 750
And If he law a frightened bird he'd He Is lust ordinary. 1
man. and Medium Full line Suspenders
Extra Heavy 150to
Sboe a.y: 8b1 know, but be la ordinary In I''
"Let tiptoe loot we make It By away., such an extraordinary degree)-Boston Wf'ilhtVool Underwear, worth soc
I Nor did he ever think he was too good Transcript three dollars a suit, special '
To mingle with, the human brotherhood. price Large Assortment of 1

I He human was, and sometimes angry x.."", flee Dictionary' Suit $1.85 Men's and ,Boy's Caps ,'
Store grew Was It exactly proper to call It a ------------ ----- et
But swill as passion came as swift It farewell\ tour .
flew. "Certainly." answered the prima donna Linen Collars. . .15C c

Leob's. Stand. I II: Ne'er did he malice bear, nor wish one "I never fared better In my life."- Men's Night Robes 750 Then )i e Smoking Jackets and nI'll
111 Washington Star Men's Wool,Sacks 350 Bath Robes.
.I God'ol.w of love,ha ever did fulfill.
A. M. nre troobl.wben --
McIYEB having
I No more well hear his step upon the What's
II there are so many people
flour a- or SP- -- cr s- -- aT a r ssfr sjs* sr r r
I Nor bear him culling. \ "Mama" ere he to borrow 117-New York Telegraph.
; PROPRIETOR reached the door
: Our hearts out for him In Be neither Ignorant-nor careless with
hungry ort /
Palatka, ]+''Iorida.. vain, respect to the future.-VlrglL HOLIDAY BARGAINS
No answer, coraee to ease our bitter A TlMBLT 8OOOFSTKX. I '
palp." : ,
This .ls the season of the your when \ '
How much we'll\. ml. him none can: the prudent and careful housewife-, .
ever know pltMiUhM her supply of Chamberlain's 1 NX> > XN r> xvvXVV ri %/\x> > \X>'R > > '-
Secure! Calendar.The r But there.U comfort even In our woes. I Cough Bomed,.. It la certain to be needed
A Pretty
Atlantic;Coast Line Is distributing No. harm can dome to him, for, now\ he' suits before. are muoh the winter more Is prompt'over and and the tails'r.- r

pretty wall' Calender for 19(14( includ lies of Jes.ua,safe In Paradise fat tory when It Is kept at hand and givens I. M MEYER
ing month of Deotlmboo.11I03. You GaO In the arms ( soon aa the cold Is cootruoted and
.wure one of th.... calenders by snorting No storm does he. dread., folded are his before It has bvoome settled. In the sys ,
:. ala| cents la post***ta VV. B.teahy, Dl- .101180, <- tem. In almost every lostanoe- severe
talon Passenger' Agent.Savannah.*- And welcome, \ for me with our Savior. besinge. mold maybe warded oD by taking this -
remedy' freely'as soon aa the first In dlca.Uon .
WANTED.-To buy PHklo Ducks paM the ohastenlnff rod, ot the cold appears. There .la no HERBERT CROOK, Manager j
Plymouth Rook, >Vypdotte,And i.elf- While we under. Ood. to giving. It to children for It ,
horn ehtekens.* Also-a, few'Incubators And let our oroiw raise us nearer to 'contains danger no harmful anbatanoe. It'la ;
ana brooders. State manufM- Only a little beyond where all Is fair., plmuuuit. to take both adults and ohlldien -. Palatka :- ; JQri.da'. .
.1 tore of machine egg capacity eon- HI. baad. are beckoning. \ and.we'll\ meet like It. ...Buy It and you will get the ,. .
dUtoo and wanted. Addr... .. For' sale by -
price, him UI. ,., best. It always cures..
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THE PALATKA NEWS oouudrols airil circulated by gossips, $. .. .. ..e.. eeeew n: .::-3" ""' Georgia Southern & Florida

AND ADVERTISER who good.would rather believe ill than_ The Farm and Grove. 7 >:;H Local Tlmo Tublii, Effective Juno 28, 10O.3.WM. BJ.

"* Perhaps the man was wealt whenhe ()opfrl ht 1l by Uural Pros SynaioiuoH. READ DOWN. READ UP.lli .

;, Entered at llionStalatka S postofflceas took bIll own life but. who shall ft B. gTOCKBRIIKlR, Ph. D., tMllor. .:11 ;Iol tU'110:1 o1. Flyer blifo Ih;

I, unallablo m'tft'f; :; the second Judl($ 'hIm? -.. ... .... e..eee..s t.
r.<:. ;' M A PM A .
.r. eaRL1.' ,: _ Kin way nt flghting was to face the W1NTKK PA8TUKK8. .10 la t 1 1:L. ....... ....Momn.. ...... .. .Ar .II Meo mime '
Published at PaltUka. Fin., on foe. lie bnd no skill In the devious One of the chief advantages of our : t, ::::::: 14 n::::::: :::: : ::. : : ::::: ':::;,::::.Lv : :::::: : Ig : I Il

t Fridays by of the scandal lie section lies in tbe ability of stookotall Ill, It ill IV tO L.V......... .tjilailuia........ ...i.v l.n 12 9SM
ways monger ,. .. ,
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kinds to thrive during the winter without .....00. ..0 ...... .Lv a I'
RUSSELlVICKERS.. couldn't see his foes. He dldn'l T IH a. I' L.. .. .. <. .. O 16 s Gn
9'., even know Uiem. He only realised the months shelter,when or artificial the northern feeding sloukman during 4t alt( .: :::. : : t: ...:.::::::::. ..mbt0, :;::: : :.::: ::::::.Lv in.::::.: : J

"-, Wn. A. HUMPH. Editor that the i>ri1e of his world believed must not only provide.expensive protection I 0-4 hum n l1 : 511 lIt t ::::.:.:.::::::::;/r/ln/ ...::::::::::::: ::::t; in : iu 1

: L him a man with a blot on his name; but must support bio animals entirely ; 91 .10 881 L.... ,.......L.no. ,..... ... .. ..Lv :l, T Ill
feuds which reaulred tho laborof 2i .... .. .14ptrkl ... .. ....Lv 19'
THE 8TATI3 a being nob lie to associate with clnaii on 91 .,..v... ...... Lv 19U 'ar
I'UIMAHY. un s ... ....A."I. .. .. 1'
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halt a your to producm A largo majority hI .. .. ... ..,..... I
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The prnBH ot the Btnto Is Just now men. Jim was made to feel It. It ot our .Btookiui'n however fall to : AN N 'XMAS M CARNIVAL Of DARGAIN3 : ill.1 .1 1111 ..........Vaiinsia' .......t,....LV IIU 116 Ll 4M t
BKltttrliiK; the quoBtlou of fixing/ a cub bin It killed him just as It bAA take full advantage" ot their natural. con 1' g .11 30 2t.411 .:;;::;::::::::::::: i: .:::::::;:::.:::.:. : mu mm }J 110 ... .

; data for the state primary. A few of slain other. men. It .la the kind lowest of, ditions.tbe possible They profits proportionately of their business.reduce .::... : :,) :::::::::::::::::::r j:.:,::::::: ::::::::::t: : ::. : 4 tue ::::: :

the papers In- certain m-ctlotm want most despicable, meanest If pastures aro tho most eoouoralcal Here for the holiday shoppers.Don't .:,:::':: T :' T 19 : ........... ...... ., ..1.. 88 H.I :::::: :
busy ..
I It called early-In April or May.. warfare Hint was ever conceived and best method of summer feeding. If ....:.;.: W, X 5J Ic A ..:::..:: ::... : iil. .:::::;:::::t : : n, .:
Others sticklers for Owiionvl Sir Hector Mncclonald was animals naturally do bettor on green AM PM PM
are some day In fail to inspect our .line of gift goods. -
rjuly or Annual. a brave. clean, uprlghmnmanan honor food ,than! dictate ou the dry advantages fuud common ot lengthening sonst1ahouUl 1 L .. ",in I:'.nL.: .. ...,Vnh'oMa' .... .. ......Ar 10 M 'oM aim .. ,

: To appear fair to HIOHO diniMngululled to his country the pasturing and green feed ..e... -3MC- ..... 45 OI.L.. ... .........Jonllge..j.v Lake Fork .:........Lv.iii ma : ....
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candldat/es who are serving This olllelnl news comes late but It son as much as p() 8Ibl... In our climate :::::::: 117 olr.. .. .. t tOt 10' ::: :. i
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In welcome.Au this means tbe providing of green China } ::1, II' r..v.::: :: :.::::: rI: : is ii ,
the people at Washington the News Hardware and Tools Cutlery and l".I .. ti a :
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Inclines to favor feed through the entire winter. A limIted I smi ; :::::::::.::::::::: itutlor.: :;.:: : :: Lv i ye ;.: .
a July primary. Exciting: EiI: otle. number of In quite common .. ... .
crops are .. Hlr t.tLV.. ... ."p..nCIL..I.v 'I' 'S... : I
This would give UIBHO Wnshlnfrtoiiitatetnnen use to supply this demitml ; they ) of all kinda for_gifts are very acceptable I itt r.\... ...1o"'IU' .. .. ...
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a clianco to be heard with ao"Mrs.']she told Wlilpple ma she washers knew today you when, pa however are not used so extensively as m :::,::. : : .5 .:..:::..:.::...:.:Ftnraimofllo., ..:::.:::. ::::. :" t: : : : 4u4 Em ::::::.; I'
least neglect of their pnment. dutleH. you> WHS n lioy An' she asked inn if I tbolr character and advantages would ) :...:.. : \t. .. ......... ............. AM.Obi. ......

justify. Thuro Is a considerable mini- A PM
However It Is not their you didn't marry rather. late' In life, : I I
believed Interests
0.11' mil. suld not so an' then ma !, bar of crops bettor adapted to conditions : : Schedule of thmeAlt-Vear-Roumed "Dixie Flyer"
would suffer much the and advantages : .- .
were offering fur greater Hardware G. smury. -
HII(Id site was. about twenty years Kennerly Company S /l
: primary/ held eailler.. It Is apparentthat > younger than an' Mrs. Wlilpplesuld then. these common onus yet almost T 50 pm I.. ...... Jnclumnvile ..... ...Ar H2 8 I
In so far as* Mr. Davis Is concerned lien, you you must be older than sheIs entirely unknown to most Southern cat- 1 ill pm, L........ .... < ... ........1 SM"m a ,,,

the democratic people have 'oituxe she isn't any twenty years tie owneis to a'It few Is of proposed these loss to call known attention j Falatlm Florida. I"s. m. L.L..TI.u..A............ ... ..... .... I 411 ama I
oldur, I hun ma., an' ma said she I'U a J .. .1.v Ii 40 a m
already selected him as their standard ... the crops In such a way that their advantage' (or U. Rlwa. '
s'plI"edIr.! Wlilpple was same ,, .
of 7 15 5 ...... .. .. '
bearer for the olllce of KO.t'l1or.and HUH us i'liltl, an' Mrs. Whlppla got may become available. Crops c I A. N.e. I".. L. Iluttiway. .1. I

whetherthe primary Is hold red an' said she guessed ma wasn't this nature wblob are particularly of as..11 1 0 pi* .Ai... ..... ," ,.." ....... '. Lve

spring eMc-keu herself an1 ma improving character have already I '.......... ... ...........,..... "
will any .
'. early or late not change the re- said she laid no claims to biting of been recently discussed. Now we pry- -- -- -- - - -- -- --- .au) P II .. ... .. ..COlIC...Itallway.. .. LvIhilliol.

sult. It would afford some satisfaction sent a few of those partlaularly worthy 80TU YEAH OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS. ... LouIs ... .L.
the vintage of 1U40) an' !Mrs. Whllplo 7 0 n m AI .. ..s. ... a p m
fo his friends however, were the got mad nil' bounced out, an' ma of consideration for other reasons than i-se train euteiaa "n.II'.lo. .
f VIXI E pi.'Eit "
a I ; date put off till July thus affording slapped my cars nit' cried. What tholr fertilizing. effect on tho soils whero ACKERMAN & STEWART anti JaoksenVliiO. all, ..10.0'11 t'ul ,."Ih l"aol Thm"KI Vrwh'K.. itoom Steeper A'.pn.. J"h.L..n," sill nnr"J"k.

I the people a chance to hear this peerless was It all about I'"?" they Dwarf grow.Essex Rape. This la probably "..10. OllrU,C and from S.Louis, 'uut Ollatt.itiiooga, J.bvlto. M"UI ""IIC"I

, campaigner Rive a sort of 80 cent land MHost FlalH If Dealer.I know Willie. -Clove- the most fattening of all ,green: feed between he. QUIOK. STEP sad Jacksolmvlui'i5 SOilli train b'01 Macon and pa.'kd and Orrt Trl" l'oll

1e appearance to the. holler-than-thou It may be sown any lime from (September .

' J pretensions( of some of Ills opponents. Cheap Juubor. the to rate March of three In.drills to five three pounds feet apart of seed at Wholesale and Retail Druggists.Fresh 3 .'Vloe-l'ro CHECKLEI. ( IHAW.. Macon 0. ". O. B. llnODKgOon.1. 1.... AI.nl

t Then there Is the farmer. He hasp They were discussing the Ilee ra- per aero. It furnishes a very large. 4. H/RAJ-Pf KRY,D. P.A, Jookannvllle, Fla. LEON A.BULL .,(a.

'. 1;, some interests In the date. April Lions of the new town house. amount of forage either aa posture or .- -. .
should Include besIdes
e; and May Is the busiest time with the "J nothing for soiling and may be repeatedly out For .
the 'Italllnn ainters advised the. LAIUE .1
the win-
. farmers and truckers of Putnam or constantly pastured during
o .
Pithng :
I Loy LAN mETI'S t
toe, It does particularly wall on land
t' Bund in ardors.I3STIDTJ .
't. county They are easier In July.It's ."Urn. on which / velvet beans. or plnders your -
pens EFFECTIVE JAN. 1903.
'M :. a sort of between "In tho dining hall Correglo and 1.
r./ ,. seasons time have boon cut or plowed under In tho
Leonardo Dit' Vinci" OOTTOH: : OURE, Nu. aa. ) JoOkl"vlo hew vera 11029 No sxj
ltw..U .10
I ", and hundreds would turn out to vote fall. In this case It requires no fortii- N.I 10 1 8

; then who could not spare a day In "Uhuli."Michael Angelo In the library" zer but a light application of acid and 26 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by "; i1.1 I Lv L. J".le.. ... ... II.h..n. R, A. s a I'' a amIne ii'm.

kalult or Its equivalent say ono hundred DRUGGISTS. P J."p. ..... So.th..n. AI 1 I / P
the a
earlier "Hni.
months. ACKERMAN STEWART. uthemnity '10
a ig 8.v""onl. 0. .. .II I'a
: "liottlcelll and Murillo in thedrawing and fifty pounds of uolcl phosphateand ___ ___ ,M. V 1' I 8 Mi'l'' Io''," I ... .......h..r". Ry Lv I 15 "a a. S'I
Make n 1
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t' July. You favor the Italian fifty of muriate of potash per acre. -- i55l I Ar Oh".IOto., I 0.... ....1..n It, Lv 510 P 425 S !
, room. Winter Darl.,>. This is more hardy no longer doubt that the moat hardy by 120 f, 544 au pAr 0..1.' 0 I.ltl. iCy Lv ems p ties e > aIt
Notice. .
schools of palntlue, do you not? e46a1J67 .. ,. 1 Lv SpisaTa 4
TO BAR OUT than other grain Is budded aAPanvll. 1.
TOILKHS. "Well I doirt know." the1'I1II'on any crop except rye long oilds the Satsuma, on I--
replied"These Immigrants and. produces much more foliage, and trlfollnta. stock Notlcxt ,la hnroby glrou thai on tiisflrct_ Mondny ; ;; 1.-Rlohooul. V. .. 11' .m a. Lv -
There is n Buheme on foot in of art dubiously. In February, 1). 'Iwii. J. j
; up llflboiirn,
1'1 Ohio that doesn't taute are pretty good cheap Inbor. consequent' feed, than either of the What Is .tanknf{. ? This la Blangh- a, oxnuuior:: i,l ( o" <,{ InAia{: loru O.Hllbotirn -;- ; ;-;;-; Lyiohiurg. Vn. ..Holthor Dr'Lv T-
good. -but what are we going to do about others. It Is well adapted to most soils ter-houBa refuse, Unliving Its nnnifl from shall. "" to the Honurablii M. I. oil;lan it a sa aAdttarttttisvllloVui L. ;.i 1 4n
A It Is a movement airniiiRt the fellows ?"-New York Times. and thrives even' on thoso too light foroats. the rendering! TANKS In which It Is trelLt ('tiMe.Oiutitr Jmliioof tiitiiAtn4'uiiityt Flnrlda. S I' to 01 T'5 Am' W.hl.oo., 0 C, .. ..Southern .Lv II I'. I>GI .
l plc'tufeu It may be sown whenever oats ed to steam,* and At lilri ndluo I fii PalntkAf Florida I for A llnnl ft Ull I n I A. ....,. ...P. H Lv 92 a 8l I
r: who work for living. A plan would do the of about, BUpor-hontnil .m.nt and ill-charge a. anuh .xnoiiUir* and 11 I..t> I'. .0 aAt'PlIllt.loti.liIhP. / .., ,...... P.15HZ.. 1 ho I I '82
.; to bar them from one of the professions The Intention or Judas at rate two and other products eoparated.. The mn .11.1 ihim .olh.r Waite. nnnK return. of t>5. I s 4 t8 P I 4 P A. N.0.1. N 1.. ." .....'P.1" Lv 110 sl'h W l' C !U) l
\j bushels per aero broadcast When not tonal remaining Is dried and Bold for ". "'' .,0 d 1.'m.Amont. and
k -the law. Thi kalHi and the czar exchanged. Slush I Con thoro ranulrod > .
sown on pea-vino lend It should bo for ll- fertlllKor as "tnnknge" It Is ohlvfly .10 ..po.l.n.l.olo. ,
W klHHiis when thev they met ilur before by In aiich ofiaon, ,, to be ... 0th.' I.inlloi." Sulld yeethtinie train' of PuUman ,irawin
f It is propound to do this by making. Izi'il l wllh .a little nitrogenous fertilizer. In valuable for Its six, to eight per oont of UlHolmrgud trommr xooutorriltlpurfutld potato. Nn..8' ,t Sout..o.p.lm .
slId between
li i yestorday. This feature of the addition to that recommended for rape. nitrogen Itcontnlna more phoBphorlo A. J. I'.m".pa."on'. 01"1. ."hHor..n. "" J"k.mVlc uud
1 1\ a rule that the who studies hew ULUOUIN. daIly .zuomk StilidaySos.
yiiin I Invented by Einnutnrof the Estate of lN ., '..rtv... Mon."y. Lv.
diplomatic game was >
Cotton-Bead meal at the rate of 2UO) unavailable. form. '
cola but Ionil
tt must devote himself entirely to thai Tribune. (duoolu'eut.) HlbUr 83 anti ... "NeW York toll Flo.hl" Eaphesa.. Poln... lwln. room sleeping end
one J Iscarlot.-Chicago pounds or Its equivalent In other nitrogenous beiwoen ". .slId Wad",
... Tills July' ttth, 1803. .1.1. aura 4."kln.10 ed l.w0' (Jh. J"kaoo.lo
ll II duty durlnir the period prtmoribud ---- fertilizer Is about the proper '
J\ the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB 'h'a :; .IA 4'Vsshington 8nI Ilnrll" Llmlto]." Polimandrcwlng mom sleeping' ..r
by supremo court and immt NOT A CLAPTRAPPER. proportion.
Hep uuIl IOnS Yrk. Jackioiayltle sod WashIngton. '
( Notice. Co... b..on
arate hfiiiHelf from any mneaneof se- Italian Bye Grass. This has several Tax Doed Under Snntlon 8 .of Chapter .dmlnistratrl b.w..o,.'kl.vlo Ooluml'8' and W.bl"""' 1uU. 111'1'oa"
An lneld.nt of Alexander Bal-vlmf. properties specially recommending It to 48HS, Laws of Florida.. --
curing iTvelihood.. In Nntloa IB hereby given that nil month After
other words, It Is tho luxuriant and Notice Is hereby given that J. B. D. TUB LAND TUS city. Ito 10
Firs It..,. Appa.anso.Tommamso nt'e'itlon. most the mete unmet I will proHutit Diy neal iiooouni No 00 TUllU OJ I I'D
lie can't hold a steady job. of tax oortlflcntoNo. And voucher ImlnlstrAtor.
fastest growing of all winter feeds. Un- Wuotlburn a purchaser cum
Bnlrlnl tho great actor although C. AH no x not the.(wtntoof Wnltor' N fnrt'p""mnl' P L.. .... .. J""o.vlo Phil..Southern. ....,1Ar .20.
2 1 Sift: what that would do? ho nsalBtnuca to his der Invnrnblo conditions It may even boraotul'I :ia, the Cth dayof Apri ty Jmliinnt. PutiiAin County ntiii nwk C L......;. ........ ....I"V."U.. Ca .... southern B.I..... A. 810 aa
t, It would make a kid glove affair. of gave every and gives good food only throo A. J D ,1893, has led acid aertlllaata ray ahnrKed front thu furthnr a.|,,, ; S a I 1 .. .. ... ..M..O.I"n..I..IO... ..!l.le.o .... Lv 11 a
son when ho bad proved his ability on weeks After tho seed Is sown. It thrives oilloo, and has .. application for tax ontnt*'t said Walter N. Hnrt., ttf'U': 18" .1.... .... .-A.hovIA.NO ....... I..L. .0 I'I

i the profession. It would be saying' the stage, was verse nt first to his becoming best on rather moist soils. It stands clood to Issue In accordance with law; UUtl t AdmlnlHtrAtrlx iso of THKOLXUtA estate of Bdwnrd H tT Hard, ''I S elm & : .:' :::::.::.::.::" ::::::: KnnxVItie, "N,,0.:.:: : .Soutluorn' r.r".t t V ::
to the young man who works for hb an actor and would not belp close BaH embraces the following .. . .
pasturing and cuts several heavy oOI.tloato and Ki'UiIliilo AdtnlnlatratrU of suid, Walter Sil. .. . Cinoinasli Ublo... .Qu.. 'Oreecent..Lv .o
4' dully bread, ,and who lists MO much him to-
,._w ambition! that he Is willing to study man's first nppcnrnnoo. was minis by a moderate application of any county to wit: No..55 and 5J..Pullmusll dmwl"llo.m :.1 bullet ismeopung' oar bt"A.1 3.ko".10 810,
nights and favor of Clara Morris his &good friend, good fertilizer. It; makes aa admirable Bol of nwi) Boctlon 27, township 8, SALE. !OoloOAI ,.. -
moment to
!. every spare at a charIty pntortalnmont In Yonkers. pasture on Bermuda sod by towing range 25-40 acres. 1 No 0 No IS ftolweon 1"IDvle and C..lo.1..1 W.sb 50 I 90S
elevate. lilnisilf: "You cnn not come brond-cnttt and harrowing In utter the The fluid I land being assessed at theunto -
III. You where, lie recited "The-Cliurga: of tbe of tho issuance of such onrtincalo I n T' p I.e..J5ckeommvhulol'ia..1-0,10,0mm' B A. sit) 8''D'
belong with the Bermuda has died down for the .1 .
workingclass. \ props Notice iHlinrohv thatmndoritnl by vlr- .. Ar 5140
Lfcht DrlRnilo. ffivoo a .. ii
You are down-stay down. winter It Is an annual. but remains In the annie of Unknown. Unloss said here:,aoerlnln UIH-reo of forooloHtiro and isle 1'1>\1 P 104 1..4..1'.0.. ..........lol.bu.nly., ......Lv lbs 00\'
He was then very young very eager green till the warm weather of late certificate shall bu redeemed accordingto hiirnlofuru' niiMlu' In and hy the OInMiit' Court : a 10.1' a I ..A..... ..Atlltuttbuit ....... ii.otiierelCy..Lv' iOltO ,mu t04b.
We do not desire to reflect on your end still delIghtfully queer In his Eng- spring. law tax deed l will Issue thereon ou the oflho Clotted SlObS, virih. JnillulnK'Irnult' In : 021' ...... itonto.". ............Houlliorit '..... O..ill I. .
; ", for, lh. Buiubern PlMtrlut, o( FlurMn, In a ... TH.. .
.I Ar. .... .. I.
honesty Integrity but we do not lish. A few before tho great December A D 1003. \ 8 V."o... ..uLI".nt'.v
days occasion Turf Oat For winter paotnro or 2.1H day CUMiwry lu aoortnlu aRose' 10 p Uhstt.lo.tglt, S II u
want you In our ranks.. The mere some one used in his presence soiling this variety furnishes more feel Witness my official signature and seal lu luild .IIII. Ulmrles. H. po.n/' i a CII a : it : :::::::: LoZIigtliiK7: .1 .::':'. Queen' I tt::: : iON) a ..n: :

, H, fact that you have no bank account the word elnptrnp. than .any other. For grain or hay It Is this the Iftth day of November A D IflOS. Cuinulnlniiiit.iind' Hie JoMepb ii.ierstgiel: K.Liiiitaanil B. B Ihwknll,itheraino.lutuii.lanU 708. 1 ......Iln.I..U.Ul.o.. ..". .Queen 8.. SiOpi

4 or rich to "What's that?" demanded ;young not to be commended since It Is liableto [Smell] JOSEPH PRICE im Huiicliil Master I In mJbairy, apMilntoil| I Inanil ;-; ..... .. c'"clnntO.lu .. 9hc Pour ltuUlu.,. .Ar 7 iV
parents provide for you Is Clark Circuit Court,Putnam, } iv cull iliniroo, will,on Mniulny Ills 5th 8. .
Alesmuidro nt. once. "Clap Is so," be rust late la the eea on. Thov may ho 'Iorld. October, A. D. during hour sufficient to damn
you. struck his hnnds together. "Trnp Is sown as late as the mlddlo of January taU" ,lu front of tl noun h.u LI010K.1 (In the "i-; s so p Lv..Otnotnoati. Ohte... .... Penn. LIne.........Ar 648 ii d

That is the coarse way and the fairway for rats. What then Is claptrap They other aro variety.probably more hardy than any NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR olty lila, lit,P''ka' Putnam< at politic County auction, Stated I and Plor-will. o a I 72 a.. ...... OiilOsfo, ifi' ..."...... itomn. 11".... Lv 80 I '
to describe the situation. "It Is a vulgar or unworthy bill for TAX Deed Under Section 8 Chapter tutll li the hlifliOHt null beet Nililur for reel the "-L. ...,. .Cnclon..I..lo. C. D.I D-Jonoa A. ip
>:; What would Abraham Lincoln applnuse." bis hostess explained. INFLUENCE OF VBBTILIZBB ON HAKDINItSH! 4DHH, Laws of Florida prilHirtvilMurlbtdluiiaiailooriwutfurtMiloHuroanif dale, an follows, 01 P 7 : .Ar ... .0.1"( .... 'M_" ._.. .. Lv 9 05 i'

have done if wealth and the ability "l1l\hl"! ha rejoined, with contempt. With our two chief fruit trees the Notice Is hereby given that J. B. D. Tin, Htoninor M..mnr.Uifrnthor"ltb.U and ; ; ; -L" .... tilnolnhistl ohio---------- ua A. 600 a
question of hardiness Is of the utmost Wooilljurn Co. purchaser of tax oertlll- aliilCular tier ', ...... 01,10..0( 111.onL.... f
010 II
to :: \ a ..
cease physical labor had been "I know him. That cheap actor who : kl: Ju 12 .. .VIMp
. .
Importance resistance to cold being essential Cats No. 31.! of. dated the 5tb day of Apr.A. aiillnnoon| | nml furnIture of every andilowjrliillon I ..I. .....D rl.lol..au.D '" L.IOpl 3p
; made. the test when he was studyinglaw ploys nt the gallery. lIe is, then. In to the orange. as a matter of tr e D., 181)2) baa (lied sulri eerllcltelll my whatiuiover' to Mid ainboat boliiiilClnir -61.

( and what would he have said. if English, a clnptrnppcr. Is be not'?" preservation. and to the peach as related onioe, and has made Vx The nK-iuiilicuit or I In anv Wise AlllKnuir appertaining., UiKolhor wlin S. .p 10 a pL."'.. ... O'"olnnalObl' ........ ....pnQ L"....... Lv Ar a.a, OW 5155 P
\ .
uch .a proposition had Li.eii made( to On tho night of lila debut although, to the bud and consequent producing dead to Issue In accordance \'Ith law. anti alugnlar. bAr botlHM.onglneii. tunis, npp'laniiTO '''''''U'bU'IP. .

"c the poor fellow declared he was "sick capacity of the tree. It Is now recog- Snld-oortlllcate ombracos tho following nnd lurulturo.fovory kind and ilcmrlptliin Sl. : mc I Lv..... ol.nnnA..olt. .. tII.OU. .. .... Ar 86. ; P
J him? The answer I Ia 0118)'. 11 In "no With tbe Bcnre" be pulled himself together abed that dormancy the tree Is the described property situated lu Putnam UiwililiituiuubuatbolimiilnKorliiany' wlwiapptirlnlnlng. p 48 Ar... .., Olov.l"n<. ... .Dt/ .uu... ... .Lv I ;lI

\ would as his mUhty have boon mind us sure I and keen and strong seiisi'i must ntlrrlnifly.VltU In time.and delivered the poem cold.essential, The condition more nearly to Its the resistance tree approaches of- county AB t, sw Florida 1. of. eel to}wit, > of sw }, lectQ eltnnte nam AntI ima also lu State tha Hint Cly.r oortaln' l plno ilatkanunty, or .d u... follows ollnn., I) :: : g n;.:::::::::::: v.,1:::- :::...":' :::::::..:....-.t: i049 740 : ;:

of fiilriienH. cOllhllllllke It. "\ a bound he was on tho scrapof to absolute dormancy tile 47, township 8, range 25-8O (la wit i lloulnnlni' 1'.r..Nt..o.U>,ems.,qu.re :: : .... .. .. .." 1.. .... Lv lOOt It 5e
greater is its power of reflating cold. The Bald fund being assessed at the Hike not by M. II. Dalton anil i. B. Luoaii an .. Ky .... .. .
I r There l Is a great deal of honor duetheem a stngiV records Clara Morris, "and The object of tbe grower therefore date of the Issuance of suoh certificate .m"UI", ... the uppnr, portion of the. dlvlHlon. line ..... s .p..I..n"I",. .......1.1'.1.' ........Solthorll"M'. ............ 1..06.4'' ,
U' Bald slake' bolngiltHtaut I .. . .. .
plodding students who face mlvnrHity his hlKh clcnr Tor-w-n-r-d the Light should be to practice that troatmaot ol In the nania of Unknown. Unless eltOn ((18)) fool' uII i lS l Inch. t,, the oaotnrly thirty- __ _.. !_1_ ch'e"ol. .. .. Lv 1I4'p.'

and liarUxhlp, who live today brigade!I' miiHt surely have been beard ,, his trees which shall retard growth said certificate shall bo redeemed no- dlrentloii from e'west nlile of Valor Street In No. S anI S .0tloigoand Florida special t i' :: visitabsime tram,, between Jackeonvllhs''
alilcityof l-alntkai. from ealil etnke and Cinoiiait.: ArrIvea,lulty eaneli Moudays; I, ,istly asispi sundayaThroug i I'ull.
down In It deed will Issue tb.nO :
Broadway. really was a keep the down and tho buds cording to law tax
on the c-arntiiKH of sap entirely .. .
yesterday who along the or Ilia .lot nine lrawluN 0' toOlihoago' yls ', .15 P"nn."o' Lines.LIbrary
e..rl. .. ia
e endure who those clover bit or work, a trifle too Uorld. dormant till the period of possible danger thereon on the 2lrd! day December A D o.U.u bi the ohannel. of the "'.0".1 J.h". ohaorVstlil, .1''I.I'f"" '"lu. First '" "IL"In... .h ..Ob."elol", PInIng'
lverty support but that was tho result of nervousness. from cold Is poet. That. the olmrao- 1111)3.() lllveri .at right annlee. north eeveuty .ar louuitclniiall.. Also Tulouday. yliurattay' and Stiturdity 11..011 1'111"0 car 1
; who are dependent. them. And and seal one ( Met. and ton (III) Inuheai< tlienoo ; '
upon tom method and time of the Witness official signature ITI 'V.t. P..t..lt.
Tho Instinct of the actor was twice fertilizing my loa to.a point, oa the east. Mid ,.. itsnl ".-" T.inite-l." InlO W.atibnio'n'n. Plnm"o drawing mom .''olpInll -
rise, Imoiiimitter how great the bur. plainly shown-once when on making trees materially. Influences this condi- this the ll th day of Nov. A. D. 1003. Street. ilno North of slit "lvl.I." elaka. .W.., erefnrriHl .0. ni-al ehisat., 'hnr"KM"1.1.1. ,.. ., ... timIng Jaou.onvllle and OIU'oh.'t.

UYns.'They. a mistake. Instead of stammering or tion The all observers question admit.therefore, Is what Clerk[Mel Ct] of Putnam JOSEPH lRIE., Florldl tun ((10)) Inoliiw KM thence to the Honlh':: Ir'i':: :: utvlMlonHuiko i7D feet .Cturolgh die Poimnsyivanis"" ,' LI.....1.13."\0,.derttng 0.t 111.1..via 0 H a JJuooo H"Ull&II..o

make good lawyers mail, doc- !going back bo swiftly 'jumped' the a In tIle:: point ol ',, with'
!:: : '
method of has the ,
: fertilizing greatest all ami Klimulur the ,, u.anil ,lin- ;No 0 No la DuLwoa J".I.lo 5,1,1. iantins CI.,. Itu'j
;. tois and business men. They are faulty lines and dashed on securely tendency to retard early spring growth I'r"ulo'u, tlioronii soul liKlongliig Io I
broiul and thorough because they with tho others and again when at the of trees? That It l Is Johe starting of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB oriuany wtaeupporlaluln tb.rount. --T-; c." ... ..,.BA4itlt tin e. 1'1. .. .. p BO imy :. ,..Ar ro" .
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter 1.5. .. Juekaonvtlle, .. .
5 TU .. .
; B. a 11. .. .. Hetinliern av..Ar .OP
have been through the mill.This close be read. with much feeling tbe growth before danger from void was 4MH8, Laws of Florida. B l'ttELT. .. IOl: pIO. Lv Joe-ill. 40,1, ... ... ...I.I.ro.Ar: W.
words: post which has ruined crops of peaches O..Woodburn Joint E. HAI.TWDOK. 1"1 ... D I' 3 Out A\. .. Mo.n..a. '. .. ... ... 110 tOlp
Ohio that J. B. I .I.L.
; sclitiine hue not proceeded Notice I Is hereby given .. .
i and. destroyed orringo groves can not I 1', AXl'hXL: a p OI.A. .. .1'0.. .. ... .. ....00I'.n..t..l0n 10"'
\., ',' very far. It cannot KI through "Honor the charge they. matte. be questioned. The first important a Co purchaser Tax eel'till- t'oniplnlnant'a, SolloltnrM.Thioalo u. .. .. Alit ...... ... ... I' 11415
Honor the Light brigade .. .
of ..liurmmlgllaAla .
No. 71 dated the 5th day August .. .
onto of 1.I9p
I without the direct aid of the supreme Noble six hundred! point to be remembered ta-that. ripe bas tiled. snld certificate In pnntixmed Ulllll the above.. de..b., prnpurty u all.na4.. .. I. ... Menptule. .. T.I' .........i.I-H."I.o'aDy..LV. ... .
wood Is hardier than wood A D 1881. my A. B 1UO3, I W _. Katuass(flip. ... .. a
court. There are probably some standing as if looking into an open unripe educe, has made .application for dnrlu time logitl houre of Bale.B : -. .. Frll... .. 8 I
t .
Bolf-inado men on that bench who grave ha plucked 4he white flower trogou tends to produce late growth. deed to Issue In accordance with I.. Spochut M., It. IARaRIt. ..::: 11;; pL.. ".ml.hl'Tonn.. ..... .. ... ... Ar 755.
and consequently unrlieu. p .
.k worked" while they studied law, .and from his coat and cast It down a bit This material should, l. t.hertfJ're. be' excluded Bald certificate embraces tho following Faliuka' Elms, No.. I lilaC ',:::.: !.:! :, B.t.p..A.I. "
situated In Putnam No. 18" Florida. LimIted.' .l b.tw.oa
described <
of business. that caught tho bouso In. property la.-.b. Pnlm"l lumwlnj room .I'h.0
it would be just like that body to / from all fall applications to>trees. Jitoknonvil' ( KntiNiiaLitr. orfl. -s.
wit Dliiliitf
to .
turn the entire proposition down stantly. While the, people maltreated From September to Ft-binary' only mineral county, Florida pining Apply to> fti.y Tliikt, AonL li0Horrttoni
bwl of nw). section 27, township 8, European Restaurant H. r. Lutrlut mot FU
.:' hard I with I. few remarks about the dump umbrellas and kicked out their fertilizers containing only potash 25 -10 : Piuwonaur, : JIM W. Day ( I"ue.le

7". gum shoes In giving him a recall be and. phosphoric acid may safely be used. range said land 81'8.being assessed at the ,
dignity of labor and words of The -
appreciation The time of npp,loaelon. Is- equally Im Furnished ----------------- ----
4 was clutching/ his hair and wildly protesting date o( the Issuance of such certificate Roooma,

t, t t. who refuse for. the, to sterling bo ,anything young less fellows than. .. '1\1/me.to( uie Clnra: I have never meant portant.the Tho later later growth the fortl will liter continue In applied In the Bald name of shall Unknown.be redeemed Unless Hot and'Cold Baths Atlantic Coast Line :

u and the greater the danger that the tree, oortlfcAt Atbas.
-, strong men. that for a clnptrnpl Never! :No..erl.Just tax deed will Issue

It como to me that moment to will What caught 14 true by ot unseasonable time of sppllcatlon cold. Is thereon on the 13rd day of Deo- ( \

HOW A J KAV1S !!"OLI>IKK throw the flower to the dead! Thinkme different ember A. D ,.191)11<> Kupperlmscli'sPALATKA.
a slightly way equally true .
I 1)1 KI>. a fool-but not-oh, please not-a. of tbe method of applying the fertilizer. this Witness the 19th my day ofllulal of November signature A and D 1003.seal. A VLOBID* The Great Through Car lAna to Ford! 1

't.- Scandal gossip, envy killed a eillptrnpperrYoutb' Companion. The more tbe troe in worked hate In thoseason JOSEPH PRICE
. the longer It keeps growing. withthea'tendsotdanger. |Ieail] LOP.K
man. Three venomous snakes were Clark Ou Ct of Putnam 'ounty.Florlda BAL.V. CHA M. HILLI"R -
1IU rart. Any and alt fail COHHECTIOHS: :
loosened and struck their; fangs deep The Doctor-You regard society n* application of any kind, rhould be mad \, ;. ,

,1 Into the vitals of a hero. merely a machine do you? What part with as little and as shallow cultivation NOTICE OF' APPLICATION FOB G aS BAIUY & C CO. ; 'its Own rails to Savannah ;|Blobmon
4 Perhaps you remember the suicide of the machinery do you consider me, of the Boll as posslbl The fol owing of Tax Deed Under. Section 8 ot Chapter lOPI TO tasIove} ,thence via Peon K, B.alto

of General. HIr, Hector Macdonald a for Instance these simple rules during the next two 4HH8, Laws of orldn. '1UB .
I'rofes.or-YoD of) -the months will insure trees an. : few weeks talked Tile are -one Insurance
ago. People about :
which would certainly be encJRng..red.and Woodburn I
It In whispers. They told cranks.-Exchange.HTATC lost other ajO. PUrb"BerOr tcerf VIA ALL BARu ,
were by possibly by practice c..teNo.ll. theist day '
: gossips that he had done some awful p...p 4trbsTioNe: ANSWERER. D 1101. has filed said certificate In Leading American.and Foreign 'UT 1.1 The LoulavlH' Nashville via:Montgomery.:"

thing, and that he died because t..' (F OHIO, Omr or TOLEDO, ) ray and has made. application. for TO }
LUCAS t ouirrx { *"*. What should be the percentage( tax deed to Issue in accordance. with law. THE XI eLTb.] Mobile .Ohio B. B.via:Moatgomery.
could not face It. And his suIcIde FBIKK J CIISNKY makes oath that he waste. In dmsslng fat cattle and hogs for Bald certificate ..mbra. the followingdescribed Companies

.f wiw viewed as a confession of guilt '. senior partner of the firm of I. J, the marketNative Florida Steer and property situated In Putnam York '

"It now appears when It Is too late OnKHUT, A Co. doing business In the City hogs. when ae fat. as It la profitable to county, Florida, to-wlt i Accident, Insurance: Via fUvsnnah and Oaeao SteamshIp Company for New and Bait.TU .

to avail thlrt soldier hero that he was of Toledo County and &tate aforesaid make them will usually shrink respoc He 1 of nw J, 'J of 101}, n | of .. }. TO East I}I Philadelphia and Kottton, via N'rlr for N. Y.Wash Company ,

and l ihatsnld 1 firm will pay the sum of tlv..lyliO and 30 percent. Good Improved section :21,. township 8, range The Travelers TUB Savannah and Merchant Mlnfra 'Transportation
i.i the victim of scandal and the miserable l-W of Hartford and
; ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS .for each stock under the same conditions will aoros.Xba. for Baltimore Philadelphia.. (

i .: stories about his life were put cod every case of CATABBK that cannot average respectively 40 and 20 per eent. acid land. being asseesad at ho- VIA Slur.1J. -

r ... ,lit circulation by heartless men who bHourortby the use of HALL'S CA.TABBHCOBK. : of shrinkage. This difference alone will' data. of the btsua'loa of snob .cortlfloata Life Insurance: TO :
were Jealous. of his his military pay for the difference In the cost of the In the name of F. Q. Brown. Unless Key V B Mail Steamships of tbe Peninsular" Oocldental .. ,
courage( of stock. \ship' 02i.Port Tampa. Key West Havana la oonDet'D
: FB4MC J. CHENEY. two olnssen said oertltloate shall be redeemed accordIng The Old westj t .
glory his' manhood and his po. Sworn t<. before me and subscribed In Which Is the hardiest. of the seedless to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on Reliable 'Qermania ; The Atlantic Coast Line.

sition. v my prmoBOe, this 6th day. of Deoember oranges. ? The oranges of tills class belong the 23rd day of December A. D. 1DU3. Life" of New'York 1

A c commission was appointed to A. D. 18WU. to the Tangerine! or "kid glove" Witness my ofllolal. slgnatuia and aeal
"' InYMtlgate; the' torles and after the .-. A. \V. OLKASOKT! type. They are oi Chinese and Japanese this the lOtl day Of November A D 11)03. 1 Darlne Through b Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New Tork vis itlaotlu Coast tin*! ,
f SIJU l| Notary Public. origin and have. nearly lost their powerof [!.A] JOSEPH PRICE, Inuranc also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern.Kail.y.

most rigid,aiulNvnrchlny Investigation1 1. -.- ( seed production through oooturle of Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Uo..Florida. Connection made Jac1tsonv11k.forzl1 Points. 1
4 not one woKV )tt>Ut-eoul4& bfr Hall's C'atarrh Cure la taken lnttna propagation by cuttings whereby the The Leadirag Companies a / :

v. found to attach to this brilliant soldier 'ly, and ante directly on the blood and use and necessity of eeede has been Interchangeable mileage tloketa Ro over 1.0 tnll.of among the prtpal ,+

There was. ample* evidence of mncouo surfaces" of the system. Bond avoided. As nature has a marked tendency t > Claims railways .the Bouth* Btatas tale prlnelp agentS. ;
; for teatlmanlalA.. free.F t4 produce nothing! uselessly, the l .Promptly For eompletn Information eall on H. B. Dlckena, nt,or addwea' I

the work: of the assassins of character I. E1IIENEY Co., Toledo, 0.ftilil habit of growth without the needless ._ p. Wltfitt<*This>tllnm4fi3Mi1ySladyatHomaSSg. = Settled.Offloe B .NKO. BOTL8TOM. Commercial Agt.W.J>, BTABK, Ty, PasB. Alt .

but every tale was run to earth bv nil Druggists! 75o.U t..nd has. become flzed. AIis.o.eea.y epaI:::..l..e i(..t=.= its West Bay street, AlltoL Btldln., Jaok J1/
and' found to be He bullded | 01 ol ot there he. ...._. ... a is.seis 18 f : Trafllo .
a ,. 1 by tr rlmll1l'W1 wo Ulo beit this M ,oraage coo ,, \_ (..I ..'.. wot & J. T.Iu B.K.IIU:6N.' ''l1p MJ. 0. aUG", ef..e"l )

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I't I CrescentCity Hews Bible ; COME\ TO CB FOB
A Grove Wflll Cresceilt t City

.. .. Uardner of Halatkn
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James MoUormtck to holdldnys > .
Crescent City of. Brooklyn Is

., bOftUtlMI lnantloli In Flor- expected at Grove Hall thin week. \ It.: Smith. la now open for the reception of guests. Make H Specialty of Pure Food Productsyjilftfe":

I- .. W In ilm .outlieiuit. p.rt or J. P. Hawk ) 4 of Olcnwood Fla., house has In
The boon llret-
i lin:! 'r mlloJ O m :::Iftttli.luja 1,.: .' toBy&7.lwetlh'iEdo Ins and Mrs. Hawkins, .. n rosldpnt!, of Po. put Our Goods always Fresh and at Popular Prices. Wo have the'joffee; ID
::: ::: ::; nkbor. .flWMIIOr or Urea. their son, Mr. William Hawkins class condition for the seasonof ''C: '
.. on blllll 1I..nd wblob rIeooItrao.. ;! ..... lug ,,101| buds| || | h't. i ,. the market. It's the "CHEST BI1ANDa.w." w. '
Iho woo, boul nl VroU..fl. Lr.keabOIOltjfOI and daughter, Miss Kato Hawkins 19034 nhloh promises to ,
IlIlIy '
wal..r In nII..ln a i .. .
""j oIIoe otoloRr fly. mIlo. bl WIthft.IeiHLIt TI''. of New York arrived last week and ba one of the moat successful

| ul in town NU W grove 1.t lou, pending the settlement of their homeare late Morrlnon returned! to ., In the history Flue assortment of

the emrtti.roun.muung whim portion Iylnlb.I..n the uuwut0ItNl ioloko..okeUroosnt guest. at Crescent nfternuou. after pintn- of the house.
r & Woona In Inn. Mr.

II t 1 fl). ....1. The ..on... tlie 01 .Inkft ea.t. Hlollft anil, lake 1> id.Blolla font Hawkins Is the gentlemen who \\IUi her mother. Guests who contemplate.I spending upottlon Men.and Women's Underwear .0

0"humor Ihftil that 01 lake Orescent tluiii", ftffunli. bought the Close residence aud day : Plplnf and J. D. Wyt-th, ,
i of the hare should 1 1
I wnlor ot lake Hlnlla BeMOU
t ::u MArfBot lt' re*in': :I'nl"n i I., kept libnoluloly.: :: grounds lost, spring. from ii viiiit of four notify tIm 'lbtor In lul- and other Furnlllhln s. Also DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
ed prop
Sure anUuirltle who Iuuov. mane ItV
'h' town ;
bY rulutlviis. nnd frlcndln
ml.iliiinnftnor to In any way '' It. Rev. tor. J. K Wight and daughter vanes la order to secure '
:: \\'olr: :: the
: : ,, .
itmuway .
fr ,, Plant Hy.uim
Tile Ml J W.
of lake atoll two inllnn tram the townnil s Emma. of Green Cove: the proper ac MILLER

i It a little alaaine convoy* pamwngon. and Springs arrived last Thursday and wits born lining tim" commodations.Win. ,
from the IOWa and ureawtut CityPalnlkaop ed
t"'; ana
4[: I..I.M JllflUtI01l I I the reItwoy : ," .... remained over until Monday, guests ; vacation, returning to Crescent Fla.
:: ;" eteemor troll lao. City
of Mrs. W. O. Fort Holmes on Mon
.Ulolioneuf theme**,a lish II. water rhle I NOrton of Grove Hall. .
:,1 I oountry, *? who Dr. -- .- .- --
the whole .lItrnIlO.J'lrom Wight occupied the pulpit of the GI NORTON
,'. !! title trip I" hold .. atom II)
'f SilSh. At ft point nine rollen ftouth' oe I'alatkn Presbyterian church on Hunday:: at W. II. Cook visited Pn- ,

,I. the ..iunor, a leayoft reuben the narrow Hi.John but.':and tortuiniftef enuiraneflprlvor both the rooming and evening services of lijW Prices Prevuil ill TOroilfifloul Our Slore.(
\ eltheretdo, by a Itliok growth I r
Ittud 00 preaching two excellent
\ 01 oyprot.. a.b alld .i&tin.ttO-$..eritoltepriuloVol. ...' sormons. :: nnd R. C. Middle- Proprietor
Tile riVerft; ollroe are liiltrP blot: Dr. Wight was the first png- the ,-on busliiBBg sev ,

'rt weor froltllUflt: 10;boll.II/Ilt.thero*1100 IS never 0110 b 0111.tong 41t len.tt Irluvolullrougit I. 01.1I' tor of tlid church In this place and It Crescent Long Lasting Suits for Men and Boys.

title etVOl'ifl the etnomor om"rl/o. 11110 is always a pleasure tothe membersof City, Florida.
b'id 1'11I1 ihIouttlUl Lake 0..00011' A rlln FUka U the fuilunatu Wear Resister Shoes for all feet.
; .ho and a half lanila the, pa.. . nrmtftout an hour City, the .....mo.'. Moiilhurumnat. .a very large IiaiuUonii Ours in the Clieupmt place to buy your Dry Qoodg. '
!, The boat loftvoft Jacknonvllle at SB. Hon. W. H. Cook of Pomona oneof' brought from Hamp TruRt e'lI Bankruptcy Sale.Umtnrnnil .
ivoryTuoulay' Thnradai and botlIrdlipi, A new stock of Galvanized Tubs and Palle. Clothes Baskets
1I* a >... ltie> Buimn ilAVM.. 1'0'11111. the old aottlers of the peninsula, Mr. Irving Drake her and Brooms 'A-
pbil.tk' al p. Woo.rhift1 by virtue nt An tudor fit Ooo. M now stock of Chlnoware Nine orders now out for new goods. Largo stock of
.If Ibo bonll..o.COlt Yride7 0"0'a. T.II'y. In.00, a.rl.11I1/ at I'.. and a man who keeps a record of I : ?KtifonMi. In tlio I llnnkruptvy. ::ill i.M.TrIO i. Floor Mattlnou on tho way-something new. never been brought here before. ')
; .... and Itt Jotui0notite a' 4th: things, Including the weather points the W Ifugan. ., Hnnkriipt, 1 will null at public OUR BARGAIN COUNTER will
lu a. flftoon
n' save cent.
18" being per 4
oranges aredimily\ auction nn Katimlny the Mli liny or Ntivotnuor.A
tile .MtIIOtOr Cr0. :
p. m. : p11F00 "8IY"[ ':wilbout' out the fact that twenty-the 'e years gl J>. imu;; nt :! o'uluclc p. ii\., itt tho hors ofIhlttpln
1 ezporilnQil .. and lit.
; Cr0000lli tilLS 'a" .
A smith, I Lr mt, Balnlku
oil uppnr" '
Sew'nnMtlon.. 01 piwloure clot a iiirt atop llfu t ago on the 2Ultv of November the tlan time nnpect U being on- [ I l" lorltlil.., llio ronutliHliir or tile ''',''k 11 CONE The Shoe Man
make man or woman a
llio llltlo olty : any... went to the air*, wlnf, lilt| rn.algiiieoui, or the bnnkrnpt '
bOor o( the mercury freezing point, Fluke ; : ,
brIg .. are some ot the maulbJaSiUluTboiiios Hmltli, Oeo. monk or BUM J ihn W Iln ail, Ihu milno brInghow .
but he hut all etorod III autO Orescent City Florida.
says the remainderof to building. ,
to bo found In the suite and ( ore the lar
tile: 11001110::: are eohooi otlltlirett:: two ohtrohoaEii000pci and prooporoI: ::,. the winter was mild. This year sion TrilHtno' .itt. j.1u MtiKi'iiy llnnltl"'uptcy, .--- -. -- .- -___- ---.-- "ii, ,

Thorn: Cull to a Pr.mbytortbfl-afllI gnu.t:; two wtItlI'O good htol.boorS, on the 28th! of November, mercury A' 1'DMOKA. 1'lllMkn, Flat, Nov. TIn lUWI.WAN'r :=: Oi-EOCEIEIES:: : ::: :
p11.00. .
A boiltitOl, bo piolullIllO 011100.private HoM cult. boarding house also went to the freozlng point. You bers very plettH .ntK"ther- :TmHtworlliy Thirty nr Onntlnmanto ;
VaIl moiof&ie. 'rile I tltO huve pro. _o-, draw oOllolu lons. mtuiAKu' hUHlni'Htt' In tits rounty Hiitl! ailjnliilitK We Lead In Variety and. 'c
your own : : :: \ Quality. .
prlOOe, wollkoplT golf links the elItorlato.IIIOIII home of Mr. and Mrs Lot rIory. for Imunn or ftolld. llniumlnltutidlnir. : ;
hied I 01.100.0..100 titLe. Dim amuiomant..lumd Miss M. Elizabeth Weaver daugh. ship the .000 ."'..Iah' 0...." Chilly alit, nZiloiloS i
at Pomona on day .
paid iftclt % tumor' I.
Alomlity frill lion
morn orange 8..0.
orooooU'o'hor town 011' in hoC tilO 0000tY. 0.0 00111110to ter of Mrs. Henry Weaver and Mr. glvlllg to eektbrate. the .|ttiurUfNt KxpmiHa, nionoy" tulviinuodi' I uimltlunnoriiinnunt ,, Swift's Hum and eakfnst Bacon sliced Ilamllton-Brown Shoes, Ladles Goats I
OilY 01 the "ool.loalld tim AUUiuBB Mimuffal, W>6 Motion, lll 1 q""lnY'h.lo"lInll 01" thIp oooula"oo fruIt ha tong. boon" .8n..lod. .. John Itoborson of Omega, were married bore l Frederick V.. Owen Ciuloiiifo. 11.11I)..... Ghana &\: ilabborn'Teas: and Coffeesand Children's, all styles and all guar'c; 'c'cFinest

,, "po.l"r 10 tI.n' grown. lu allY olll.r .uotlon .r at the Presbyterian church at and Mlsn Josephine. P. grown. an t ee d. .

tile .a..w.U..oP'.... AilnOot grove every. many olll..n 01 WhirlS.f tile oonlll'y pier.il0 noon -Wednesday Nov. :25. The of -a sinter of Mrs. WANTED-A trustwoithy gentlemen. 4 Iba. "Our Own" Moohaantl Java $1.00. We have a /fine selection of Hats on the '
In each
or lady to buid(1088
Ills grove IotA 01 tile 1..pu."lIoo. Wttttol.tiora was ttev. county manage DoSoto and Plllabury Flour. road hey are from a strictly cash
ceremony performed by are fur -
old established house
Into tile country back. The rotiftnlo an or solid Clover Hill Butter
,: nr cruoent:: City: are:ttVe mon and :they ftlinwUuMol I Dr. Beeves pastor of the church, In took place at high financial standing. A straight bona anteed. every pound guar house-In New York. They will be of :
(10 trodlt tu
Bullion would
.' foOliS .. ,many the of I. ndo weekly salary of$IH.OO! paid by check the very latent stylos. You can have '
the larger ollleft ot the ftt l> H lug Iftohoapw presence a large assembly of Hull 'a" minister Fresh Broad and Cakes :
of HIM. almort any other town In tlilTlui .. townspeople. At the conclusion of ofllulntlng. Tlio mar- each Monday with all expenses direct Preserves, I'lcldos a $'.00 Hat for (a.CO, and a S3 60 Hat '
from hoa q uarters. Monoy advanced for $::1 00. Walt and for
see yourself.
:::: 01..11I are lined with .),bad Irene and the church service the bride and : ly private, only a for Kuo'ose addressed Apples Bannnns, eto.Lowuoy'ri .
onlIne lIve oftkn, and broad ....11 walki are expenses. en- Caudlea.. Corlls & Coon Collars, the latest styles '
th hid on tllft prlnaliml .''r..."" Ularola paula' groom repaired to the home of Mrs. S. ; ; relatives! of tho con- votopo. Manager 360 Caxton.Building, '

1.,110" many dlrootlonft. Weaver and where surrounded Chl<1l1lo. Out D-2nt.
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I ":- bya being present. Your Orders Solicited and Goods Delivered Promptly.C. 4
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::;Partlfft- --In OreftiMint City: .l..*lrlnir to nnurrllm few Intimate friends a wedding D. ; and substantial WANTKU.-Silver: Laced Wyiindntte -

for thin paper or wlHlilnir to renew lunch was served; Mr and Mrs. urer doiscn ItooRters. Also have some far L. CHAlV3ERLiri, Crescent City Florida. .
th.lr nnljimrlptloii tli"r t4i, nmy I'MVO their a plates mile. Addromt F. M. Payuon, Crescent IE
..ni..au,1 money with Mr. 1<:. O. l-.nl. .' Boberson left on the afternoon train newly married pair .- -

the= poftDunloB--=- -=who=I.--our=mithurlmil=-=acont.ClIKtM -==. for Jacksonville where they spent a The for a brief tour after FOR 8 A L K.: Cy!p teen Ladders_ Florida East : I 11
few Coast
'F.HT OITT TRMPERArCBB FOB TH8WKKK days They will make their make their residence with oak rounds all KZ! H. Orange Ry.

RNPINO HOVBMUEtt :.1111, 19O3.-&. B.WIU.UMU home at Omega where Mr. Robersou I groom having! a po tree, ladders a speclnlfy. Write 1 V..

: oDuauvEU. )I.... Mln. A.has T.responsible Squire lumber position with the In It lumber manu M. Paysou, Crescent City Fin. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct 10, 1903- 1':

or fo.NoTomhnr. .- company. Martin Urlflln & Co., distributing
T ". M S P. K. 0 P. 'M. at hf. !24 h.. honor of the bilde, who Is enrolled agents for Wllaou & Toom FerHll/- SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN." NORTHBOUND-HMD VP.No. ii
Hatimlay. .,60 00 97 (Ml\ Wa ._ .
Siindny. ... w ftx bit IiII 01 as a pupil at the public school, the el'''. Bold at Jacksonville pi'lean == =. = "lii It
No. 28 e
.... Munday..... W 71 6" It M school dismissed with freight added. tf 8ft WTION8.JaekKnvlllo. No.ea No. 78
was to the
H. Tumdlty. ... !t5 70 III 10 ltd permit Daily. DUll,. Cftlly.fl Dally .
116. Wodn. ...lay.. ..M TOf)' 01 To".O' children to attend the wedding. The to HoIid If you want to get your money's '
M Thunulay ... 4n. 11 411 U 46I I- ft 9 40ft ......... Ar eoaa a ( .
rr. Frlday..84 44 8'f. u IrA bride was born and grew to womanhood ers w01.th ; and see a good COLD knockout .9 p IsO4Sa. .,:::::::::::::::.soJ&okeonviile..J.vsO4Ias:; : : 59

In Crescent City, and the use Peek's Pine Tar Syrup I' .10 WaKll I 40 5 a Q I II ; '
people ( Improved). I .HOI I I' 98ft 9 Kl a 0! ,
of tile town without .11 49ftW 0 M '
I ti
wluli for the couple a long exception life and will i : 11 10 p Ar.:::...:::::::::...: :::::::;:::::::::i: :' : g' S

$ Personal and Social. TURKISH PROVERBS.To ,!! ;u; 11 UftI T,6. .. ... .. ....... ... f loa. ( SI
happy one. Tt4I'.... Ar... ,( .. .. r ':
It /

:. t ", : It will rejoice everyone In Crescent as \ the well man every day Is a feast
City to know that our genial will r ; I ......... 6 80 ft I S
A. V Driver and family of children day.Today's la better than $ I' ............ ,........ I .1 a
t left Sunday for North Carolina. postmaster Mr. E.his D. Lounds examination, ha.ituccossliiliy egg I' j' p...........................,... 1. W 1111." S.aJ .

Hon. J.lI.Harp'l residence la being before the state passed board of pharmacy, The roaster of tho house Is the guest'sservant el U r. .11 I''................ '. TII.. ii iiii .. S SE

painted. Fred Andorson has the and is now .a registered pharmacist > .. 110 Ii I' \ \ 9 Sf5 Iii a ae I" S S
I II' .
'\ contract.C.IrChamberlln. of the state of Florida. Mr. Louuds Two watermelons cannot be bold under :: III" !l. 1lf II ,.
di{ r'k
.; has greatly; Improved has attained to this distinction In tho game.-all Do cue who arm.has not rest .at homo Is In 1 a j 'oUU.151055 dli' a t is..o.i...: :::::::::::::::::.:: AugnaUno..a:: : ::: ::::::::::::::::.t I 46 39e a .4.11i' t '

i lila residence wlthn coat of race of obstacles which would have new the world's hell. .. a I 09) 0 C ii .. : i 00. .. 1ft my S
CaUi! package of f 5 (Olftlift (torn Ii i :
1 white pitlut. discouraged the average man. His ed of'1 The mouth is not sweetened by sayIng : J : Ii hI ::::::::::::.:::: ': I': :::::::::::::::::::: i p : t S ,

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f s' ant I I' pI aI
Mrs. O. S. Oowen spent Thanksgiving father wan one of the foremost pharmacists Coffee honey honey ,!Cu f tUa. 13 ................... p. S 5,
week here aa the guost of Mm. of the state. His death occurred will If you have to gather tliorns do It by iv. ................... 5 lSi. .' S
J'dI fifth' ............,...... II s 4 J. S
A. B. Torrey. while our postmaster was yet log the stranger's hand.. 0 .............. 1 a '
Grocer's. .lt8a. p ............. ,
J i Rev. and Mrs. I.. S. Chnfer are mere lad. lie recognized In a trice of With patience sour grapes becomesweet l 1 I. 9 a 5 11'...............'ksst ..r s II I
that a'great:: responsibility rested fit and tho mulberry leaf satin.By II 1 e4bas Up ....,..........,...... S I I
1 guests of Hon. and Mrs. Etlwln Gilbert it a' ......,............ .0 s U... .
upon him. The business was small tho time the wise man gets mar l0 i. a fT I'.............. .Ft. 5 \\I I Ito
1 at the Iiukeslde. give About Giant. nod tbo fool baa grownup children.Bo r-'g : S It p ................. .r g, 5 r I' 5 5
the Then
but It was family support. .5
Miss Kate Pheasant of Yarmouth came the freeze, making\ Impossible l few have of till boon giants heiiltby who or I not so severe that you are blamed _II>_I ; ? % 3&& Ar ::::::::::::: :::::::::: ::::: ;.: !K 8 P> fa t S

Now ItrmiBWlok, Is liere for the winter for It nor so gentle that you are trampled
on account of expense to hire experienced en\-\ recent researches prove SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES. .
r. a guest of the Misses) Morse. upon for It .
Those times All we know about
holp. were tough I .
Give swift horse to him wbo tells
The society folks gave a bo was tall but In
young for grown men, let alone a bey. But very the truth so that as soon as he baa told .'
dance the V. L A. hall Tankgglv- of Kings wo road I N*. I
at 4
Eugene Lounds worked. He studied It bo mny ride ,and: escape. Dully I aTTIOWs, : tIiI 5TLT1OIOL ; -tI;
attended. giant who bad more
big night, which was well nights and during ever spare moment 7 (af7 a ......... Tllaivllle.........Ar rtf M|> fl" "
went to Pa He has will ordinary human_bolng, lift Cv Jllm* ArHjJ7p '..N. Smyrna.ATI.v. I ll r II'
Rev. Dr. D. M. Reeve. of the day. been carrying ; to modern scientists IB Mftl Lv Oetften Arllf >Ja : h 11 lift L k .ir : ) :

",. latka lost Monday morning on the on' this work for over five > ,. a token of degener Rlxitrleal O.olll.tloo.. > M ft tv.....,....ICnterprliie. .,......,.Ar Cii OOn a .11 >ft ",v. JranoB Clzy.4tI
ill DO n ArLV. ...Sstllt.'rd tril ion OOP 111 Will Ar Or wJc.b'yNo
;. Crescent* spending the day in Unit yours and all the time paying theclosest Donnnl saw at Milan a hertz years ago first produced rapid

city. attention to the business I da so tall that Ills body electrical onclllatlons and showed that .23 No. II No. 18Dftlly. H.. 11 MAYPOBTBHANOH. *. M .

:d Dr. and Mrs. A.. I. 8penc hav..1 u hlch IIHS kept pace with the Industrial I have. at that night be could but whose !: speed they traveled of light through and reappeared space with ns electrical the '8undftonly..yBandftyonly ;;t : -

'. moved Into the house formerly occupied and commercial growth of the hardly I oscillations and sparks In suitably sIQQptOOiiaaOpeosa' ......_.lukmirllll, .?....... '. .
William Evans, the .......
i' by Mr. ntl Mrs. A. P;Millar town nut the battle Is over; the arranged conductors at a distance. iOIpiOlltasSiupssSltaFtl..KJ.aneiii' f S
of Charles I., bad little aitip.tOSitasliOi.sHthst&r. ....n..hUoB uk........... f '
now the property of Mr. Katon CliffMr victory in won. Eugene D. founds, will Cromwell's Starting with waves twenty focflong fSdOptiOiflsftilttQs4aA'.o..'.' .,.AtiUtiIBN...,, S I IsQOp.i1OSauI4Opa565aA1..M.fp.IL
\ an ,.......,,....
ter and 50,000,000 times a
hits hut examinations with a In air oscillating
and Mrs.:Sweet, who lmv 60cupled paHHcd -d his days In a lunatic 1903.'N
'1 high peroe1''tage. Don't you believe ,. O'Krlen, the Irish second be worked down to waves one- Theftft Time Tifcble*show the times *t whloh trains m y
the' residence of Mm. tenth aa long and ton times a> rapid.A from the several fttatloue. but their arrival or depftrtura at <
II/veloMll that the generation of self-made met) described as "an enor nor do,* the Company bold lUcid reSponsIble for any deity sheis.
siitc last !
Crotty spring,
; Is panning. Almost every,community R. who grew up too fast" from S :ie
I the H. L. Hen hum house on Prospect Tim .I"FO.

..1 troet for it year and have titk.cn pos Is forming\ one or more of them ered r.on'. CommSnr. Miss Noxdor-Tlmls. Is a pretty time of KEY WEST AND .

session. and will continue to form them, so Blllvlllo father "that night for that Dasher girl to be playing

I long as therQ IK the incentive of reward to tell tho truth." the piano. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP ,

Mrs. Ono U. Morse nnd daughter, "to. hIm that overoomoth." ) young to be sent so fur Miss Also-Ob, she's no respecter of Ooznnm.nobef.pt.mber8O, ..

Miss Emma are again pleasantly '.. .. 'who replied the )'Jllnon.-At. time. You can tell that from tho wiy SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND. '

settled for the winter In the Plor- BALLABD'S UonsiiocND SYRUP Ing she's playing Baltimore'Amerlchn.u LvNtaitundsjaandWepeqday5." .... I lIla LRrvasaTtmursdays! ..,.._...i.....UPI'5 .

pont hOIl e. They expect Mr. Morse\ Immediately re.lvoa hoarse, oroupy City. A' J(ey. WSst w.. 8itlays Wednesdays.': anti .It..Idnaell75...........: S P 12 :II ta: .:ht.r.l: : :.;:('yrlift7Il4'! .: : ; r S SLv

and Miss Janie down about holiday cough oppressed rattling raapln. aud Ar. Savans Thue.daya. ................... e 16 a Ar MiamI Mondays and rrld"i\\,. t4 p '

time. rlinioult breathing. Henry O. Htaarns: An addition to above flUaroihlp wtU be operated" botireen. Key West mud BavMiftIJT. aelol1o", ." S

\ Druggist Shullsburg, Wlsuonsln writes goy W..t Mnndftrft ftnit Void.iirt.1 I0p| ItV R>v> Tuesdays mmd sHurdays.' .lS ip. ; 'I.!
I v: Mrs. 1. q. Orlmsloy And Postnia-, May tt), 1001 "I have been selling Ar. HftTftnft Tmxltyi and saturdays..0 00 II| |Zr. Key WofttTa' .ftil..r. and &.VdIIJ'..,.. IQ

!': ter Eugene I). Louiuls ft for Maoon Ballaid's norohouml Syrup for. two can for medicinal uses -

l Ga., lost Monday whither they were Tears and have never had a preparation I I.7 Per 'tort of Looal Tim OftroVor other Intormatlon. addraaft a.r ..... OV

United States -6-PIlt.5'1'. AtTOV8'1"XJDl. ?L. .
; summoned by the notlne that when I salt a bottle, they .. _
... trlct court 'testify in 'Ro' postal come back for more. loan honestly er ." will tell :Ton thai you should always' nave some food whiskey In the' - --------

money order forging cose. reoommond It. Mo, 60o and ".00 at out : ( ,,, tainting spells exhaustIon and other emergency eaieft, I* retIrees St John. River by Daylight. Now is the time
.I Aokerman A Stewart Palatka aud pile 'you moat hate good whIskey pUN "bl..y.lo.. poor whiskey,adulwrauid

Rev. L. 8. Chafer of Northfleld; pounds' Crescent Uty. ; 1 ::: do own decided dlatlllory barm.to jou HAXNEH with nil WH1SKBY Its origInal Is strength just what you rlohneim neod and(or It navon ton The Beach &: Miller Line, You should

Mass., will preach both morulng and STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PUB. Steamer CREHCENT.
.., evening at the Presbyterian church flood .. lila Word. and saving the denier.' enoromuls proftti. We hive over a quarter oC a Leaves kionvllle on Tueedaya Tbundayianil
Chafer ITnve you any Ove cent stamps ; ; ouitomere, ."olu !Y.I, family trudo.wbo know It l I. bees for medicinal Sntunlay. at a W .. m. for Oreen love, SPRAY TREES.We
next Sunday, Mr. and Mr*. Inquired tlw lady she prefer it for OilIer_ TIIa"why YOU should try It. Your. money book U. t'alatkft, oreftcent Olty .And principal Way .
.. will sing air each service and there ed. LanlliepolR.turulngle.tvea.
"No, nm'nm." replied the drug clerk and Crwioent city on Wftdoea have .
will be a song servlaa In the avenlng. absent minded I,. "but -we hare something dtiyH, Frldftyft:; and Moidoysat7 a. m.
Jaokftonvllle wh r( betel Laura BtnekFftlepbone
Mr. Robert; B. Smith of SmIth. bore Just as goad.LI ." t from our distillery to YOU Aft.Paifttkai ..arr. foot of Lemon ftUMt 'Whale Oil Soap

: town Branch Long Island whO< ,. bol Force of babltl That'swhere J

pent the. winter here lost sooson, la I cnngbt yool" -- .. Dialm'' Profits 1 Privints Adulteration I Ii & :X.: and' .
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"Not at all ma'am. I can. give you ... Spn.cr,.
( expected again 'in a few days. :Mr.; and one.-rblladelnbta A Thrip Juice InsecticideFor .
two twos a
.: Smith friends i Dentist.
made a boat of warm
I'....... _ _ _. spraying Orange Trees. One .
i last" ; year and all will be pleased to WHISKEY
'Tark Street :Poet' Gibe gallon of It will make of
lean that Her B..l...ft.Bbe to : near I 1,000 gallon the
belit. again coming among Spraying Solution. .
she business woman 1
"1 ,us. -Is a hal Crescent City Florida
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I There will be a mass l meeting for She. -Wbat bnilnees 1. she Interested SEVEN.YEAH.OLD RYE Lound's' Drug Store

: I men only and boy*' above 12 years In? \ JOyHN VINCENT G. B. _

,,L old, in Chambnrlln'v' halt on Sunday JImverybod7"a.-Bo.tom-lIel'1l1 it* FULL $ {|:20 'EXPRESS Artistic Barber. Crescent City. Florida.

I'- at 8:80: p.; IiI. Rev L. S. Chafes will a- --

'_ give an, "addr"s.. 'tot men and wilt Method \In' like packing thing In a R S <9 PREPAID Balm Cutting'In all approved styles. DR. H O. WELCH

I 4 hag some special songs. This mllukIng box. A good j packer will get In half asmILC'sgIa1 t Give me a call. ,
Cecll.Ootio.iNO .
a bad one- -.5--
0 as I
should be attended by every mart no- 'U POUR TIlL?,QI1ART!JIOIrt'LIIII!! 0'UATWItWS SEVEW.! : OBKSCXNT CITY, FLORIDA.. Physician and Surgeon _
for It Is most lmporta'ntv AU men ; for k.it... and we wlll pay the ...p.... charges. Tr, I' aDd ..
Bi-mia, Ocsn> D ATII, I .
I join mvii' used emo buy 1mm S Will be atf his offloe ,la OSEBGXHTOITT : :
:: dor _
are :: : ,
weloome. Duokwelt lied IS years, any ones send back on sepeuse 51.10 wIlt be AaU.TORREY5'
< 'Harry
; I by ......maiL 304. think. IbM offer o..r. Mow mold I. be on :Fridays. and Saturdays ot MOb _
The) O.:H.' Pr.. company Is still ehokod to death early yesterday morn. are not perfooti satIsfied you are notout a Cent. Better let nit .
Ing at hi* home.la the presence of bisWife \ :: order If you. don went four quarle yourself, gel a tylend to : Undertaker and Embalmer. week. ____ __.
; making tank*. That the oomp"nyln and ohllJ. He contracted slight "' $mad* Ui a pbUa ftoftlod oaM elm ao auuka toaaow wba/e

,I, making them'right ,U plain LG lee acid a few' day ago and paid. but Uttle of Just! &.CaL. Ool. Mato. Wont, TOry., N.Ke" flea Utah Wmh. Full lino ot Casketa and Coffins. OFFICE ON CENTBAt, vmn1.JC.; -: _

| | from ,testimonials received.Tlie attention to. It. Vwterday morning bwas Ke on the l>i.l. ft 4 Qsssts for _.O" fc. Eprei. Telephone ___
eeUed with a nt of oo."hlnlt'll'blab' 0 H.. for 81..00 by Freight aveyald.Writ W. B. SHOTWELL
; American; Fire
\ Extinguish: )
:i Pany of New 60 continued for some time. Ill. wife sent DOT neareit one and do II NOW. c Builds Row: Boata .
York: for'Whctn
a ,- physicIan but before b. could arrive i .; ,.
';; OliO) gallon. tank w.- made, .writes. a, another oonffblng spell! earae on DISTILLINQ COMPANY. Crescent City! Transfer! Co., I I Bepaln boata! buggies"and 'make all* _______

/ that ,.the ank: bas. .been ni up and and Duckwell, died from anftboatton" DAYTON,'OHIO 'T. LOUIS.' -Ok tT. MUU .IHW. kinds ot wood work repair a* ala ahop
I that ilL toul OrobU noorot. Duo 1, 1901. cue all train at .
vthe company 1 I. highly pleased ,, Meets Crauo'oli City' Juno.blest. ik1. rear.ot MMSAT MARKST.
; \ Do..hound Syrup would have ma ... Tao. CrMKwnt Ctty 1'la.-- .
:; with thfl' 'perfect' ''workmanship.; &. tPo IiOoI, and 11.00.t Leksr \( .. 'Night; trains appointment,, I ;"
work 4I't
1 .a. f Ratlafaotor giuraatea<) at m -'
I 1sa'' JauU l. ::to be. ?JoUDc1wl; man *: Stewart TaUtta. Md- .pound- "' ---i--. -ri I' B.-I.LUUB.M "' .' .
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Fhe Palatka Newsand The board of county commissioners Fortnightly Club Meeting. Suicide of a- Putnam- Co. Mali. -r.I.I _!. _.1:1IIII11I..11U11IU.fIlllKlU.: IIJIIIl.lhi.J.:1: ; ;:,

came together for the. December The Woman's home Is at
Fortnightly club A. J. Shiver, whose
Advertiser meeting last Tuesday. The meeting/ met at the club rooms on Friday Crescent Olty, committed suicide/ at High Grade Groceries.

G was held in the office of the county November :28th.!: for the fifth of the Jacksonville 'VeduI'sdaylIght by q

People TAre el.rk owing to the fact that circuit aeries of discussions on American taking/ 10 grain dose of morphine.

PUB NEWS: AND ADVERTISER court was in session. All the memo history. ]Mrs. Ross led the meeting He left no word In explanation.Shiver :

"i*"' hits u hitthvr circulation ruling ber were present, Chairman Fearn- The topics covered the period from was a lumber Inspector In We make it our policy to ,sell none but goods of
hun IH accorded" to any other side being In the chair, U. RaymondPrice from the beginning of the War, 1812, the employ of the Charles S. Hlrsch
Never Satisfied.Not paper in I'alatka-Prlnter'a / acting as clerk. The sessionwas to the close of the Tyler adininlstra- Lumber company in Jacksonville, the best quality. Of all the thousands of cans and j

HO with us. Ink, N. Y.. July 29, 11)0.1.: short, only the routine business lon; and much Interest was shown by but his family/ consisting of a wife packages to be seen on our counters and shelves there j in'|
being transacted
adjournment those present' In the questions dis and two grown children, a son and
Ever since our was had before neon. Crescent City, that is second
cussed. / at grade
a11. K1 1" wNN N a dnnghter, reside not one !
Pretty Store 4 Manager Herbert Crook of the 1.M. Resolutions regret at I I.h.. death and he v.'aa related to some of the best

was opened t City fi pptnlng sand $ Meyer clotlilngatoro makes 'a spelal of Mrs. A. I).Curry, lunch .."t.oHII1"d l families in that section. Mr":* Shiver When you, buy your supplies from/ us you can

The People :J Personal mention. i .. announcement on the first page member of the club, were pasHwl and hns not lived at home much since depend on getting, the best in the market, !and) the price
have seemed to of this paper which will interest men. ordered placed on the records of the the 'HO) freeze.
4 """ "" Mr. Crook could have said a heap club. Mrs. Shiver Is a daughter/ of the in most cases as l 16 w as' other houses ask for goods oi an

appreciateour John T. Orlllln spent Wednesday more If the' News could have spared The meeting adjourned at five late Judge Morrow. Mr Shiver was .

efforts I and Thursday In JackHonvllle.MH him the space, but as It is he has o'clock to meet again December 11, a brave Confederate, soldier all inferior! grade. .

to give them | Pansy Devereiix Is home ailed brief attention to a*few of the at the home of Mrs A. J'1. Wilson, through. tho civil war. bow the-new of DRIED
"We receiving pack
tier summer's In New when are and
from sojourn loading holiday chances which his the Philanthropic/ committeewill s.-- -

The Best Goods York. blg:store and stock otter to !the men be In charge of tha exercises. HETTEH: THAM A PIISTEB. M EVAPORATED FRUITS, Ne'w CEREALS, and .have =

Mlm Annie H ami In of JadiHo and boys of Putnam county Those PHKHH JtI POKT1iI\: of flannel dampened with
i at yulelNlnlhecityon t a visit to the who visit\" the store will discover that .....-- Chamberlain's A piece Pain Balm and bound on : in stock., '

Popular Prices. family of F. A. Unrbnr. there aro slathers of bargains/ whichho Circuit/ Court. tho affected parts, la bettor than a plaster =
has not mentioned and which can The fall term of the sheep court clou for a lame bank and pains In the side New Buckwheat Flour. [
Miss Judith Walking/ of Putnam asa
Our trade has bo had for the I asking. We.lnesilny evening, up to which/ time or eheht. Piiin Balm hus"no superior
it Hall/ WIIH In (the city last week, a .. liniment for the relief of deep seated,
t Been more than: guest nt the Bnnitosa. Mrs Levine Frost Brigham of a largo amount of bnnlness was trans muscular and rheumatic pulns. For sale GAY BROS.
acted. The )lawyers are highly/ pleased, Aokorman &; Htowart. 12*
4 we expected.Hence North Castle, N. Y., has announced by ,
% Mr. and M ra -L Watklusof/ of LOIIiHana with Judge. Wl/ Is.whose decisions come '
the marriage of her laugh ter Jennie
our s: tir ction. were In the city tact woek en ,
q quick and clear, and show a profound
iouls ', to Mr. Vincent Fair Moody Down-town Store Graham Hotel Block
route, to Putnam Hall to vlttlt/ relatives. i knowledge of (he law. Nurseries ,
.., of Palatka. Cards to this effect were' The Folly
This week welt. received by friends of the contracting Hon. B. P. Calhoun, th, now' states lit Up-town store, cor Kirby and Kirkland Sts. [If

.: offer' a new HUH. of merchant O. HiiHhnml(I irandinwas the popular'attendingto young( pmrtles In this city last Monday. The attorney Putnam, does county not readers need an, but Introductionto the News 1>11 III tit a heights, Florida l lII'IIIIUllllh' ;i : mi'unii, iw nii'iiimii' "DUllllln'II1IIIIL.i';: ;:' ,''IIIIII'IDIIUIUIIU'IIIIIUIIIIUI.JLIIID'IIIIII'llIIIIiUIIIII: p : '' l SwUl, !

ceremony occurred at North Castle Established 1881. __ __ __ uh ____ ____________ ____
t Madras Pajamas bimliiusH ut the court House thin only voices the sentiment of the bur when
on Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs.
lt.; and week. Moody arrived here on Tuesday night It states that be Is one of the boat prosecutors Choice Orange and Grapefruit Buds Holiday OpeningBig
Miss Mnbi'l Powell returned to her after having day each In New York; la the state )Ie done not allow
}, Flannel Irmne In Fernamllna liwt business/ to lag.
Outing Tuesday, Washington and Jacksonville. Mr. on sour stock for sale.
The following criminal/ convictions/ of Christmas Goods now ready for inspection.
after a pleasant visit with friends li Moody has been receiving the con Stock
: Night Robesfor I this cUy.Editor. gratulations his friends./ His bride wero obtained<1 at this term togothor with Big of

rJ ; Seymour of Hastings was a Is a most charming lady and will the Daniel sentences J.. Cobb Imposed, the clerical rape fiendof W. C. HAKUKOVE, Prop., Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods. Christmas Cards.

: visitor In the city/ yent rdny. Ill make many friends. Lock Box 21. Palatka, Fla.
COLD NIGHTS Pomona found Ills nock
was guilty.
new paper will mako Its appearance The past week has witnessed more Inspect our stock before buying, it will, pay you.
was saved by a reoonunohdat to mer
t at In January. cold weather than has been known
i,.... cy. His sentence Is hard labor In the
.. In this sectionof Florida at this time c:: E. ROWTTOIN..Special
HOT PRICES.Remember T. J Owens, a prominent Gainesville / state penitentiary for the balance of his .
: j attorney, was In the city over of year in many winters. On Friday life -

i! Wednesday night, a guest at the and Saturday mornings last the mer- Willie Rod, colored pleaded guilty to Ladies Discounts to Sunday Schools.
I Ii Saratoga hotel. cury went several degrees below the .-'
i of the freezing/ point/ and there has been entering a dwelling with Intent to commit ____ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ u = ___ __ __ __ __
The December
; meeting a felony. Penitentiary for two
j The Griffon Brand hoard of trade will ho held nexTuesday frost almost that everyday the since.went It to.20.111rl'llol'tod years mm"mmm'mm"m"m'mmrnm" '", ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,
There should bea mercury Kid Gloves.We
evening. William Nelson, colored, assault with
Clothing large attendance. last Saturday and some ,declare 1 It Intent to commit rape, pleaded guilty f Have You Seen the Pretty Patterns of =5I
; went as low ns 2iThere has boot .
Senator Jllme"'P. Tallaferro wa and got five years In the poultontlary. / -

) Guaranteed, a visitor In thn city on Monday and no great lettuce damage has been, though nipped.some, There headed Nelson Is the man Who assaulted have in stock n Fall and Winter Fabrics I

:' Is Tailor made Kpent the time calling on a large also considerable. to the little seven year old 1 daughter of the very complete line ofLat1ills -
damage 1111-
number of his friends. cook at the Saratoga hotel y-r ==
ahd Colored
d Nobby in Style gar cane'at Florahome, 10 miles out Joe. Tompkins, colored entering house ; Black CT: Shown nt our Store Tills. Sensed :rs:
''I'', Miss Mabel Wilson the accom on the G. S. & F. Hallway. Kid Gloves. c= -=
and sells
'':1', atPopular pushed; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. with Intent to commit misdemeanor, one fitted t= If you havn't. you should see them. They are here by the rS
10::. Wilson, lias returned homo after A party of fifteen gentlemen and year In penitentiary. These glovesTire", E easeful and If you II come In and Inspect them, we know you will gCZ
" t Prices. scvcrnl years absence at Smith Coll Ile"frum I- ladles from lierrlen/ Springs Mich, W. R. Stafford white/ grand larceny. nt the store. be pleased with the elegant selections we have made. =y S=

f.4! ,It's the kind of. l''! which she was recently and South Bend, Iiid., are here for Throe months In county jail. -- E To Look is to Linger and to Buy. 2
the winter.
Home are stopping at the Bam Palue colored '
..lJ graduated. entering railway An exclusive:'! line of =
I Clothing that appealsto / Arlington hotel and others of the car Intent to commit misdemeanor/ ono f= s i=i
Good Dressers" Miss Mabel Basnett of this city will party have leased the residence 01 year In ponltonttaiy. Silk Shirt Waist' Patternsand :

Everywhere.These give an organ recital/ one of the Third street adjoining the hotel. The Oeorge Welch, colored.entering dwelling Dress Trimmings. Our Gents furnishing Department ==

I lending churches of Jacksonvlllxt members of the party expert to look with Intent to commit misdemeanor, Ladies and Misses
Tuesday evening. She will bassisted EH Presents nn array of I(:Stylish Goods at prices 'way below
: ;} Elegant over the county thoroughly, making county jail for three months. !E= what others charge =if
Hosiery.Fall .
1,1' by her mother Mrs. (I. WItiiRHett Palatka their In the
, headquarters. Fred Herring colored,carrying tools == ==
Suits as vocalist./ party are Mr. and Mrs Win. Pennell Into'Jail to aid escape of prisoner,. one and Winter/ :: We have lots of SHOES for Men, Women and Children. ::*

JesHO liurtz of,the Gainesville Sun Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Skinner, Mr.: and year In penitentiary. ; fz Come In and see miss =3

d)'I a Sell at from was In the city yesterday. Hurt Mrs. F. D. Pennell, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hairy Smith, white, oharged with MILLINERY.Kate -

j $7.50 to $18.00. says that Alexander Is going to poll E.IfaddockC. and J. F.Pvnnoll, grand larceny, pleaded guilty to petty THE S. E. BOND CO.l;

a big/ vote In Alaclma county, buthat of Berrien Springs; Ii.Dlse and Mrs larceny, fir eelB:I and sentenced to three L. Lucas. *
some of the wise ones Insist' that Balding of South Bend. months in tlfiNiounty: jail. i ::: gE

1q 't' Boys Knee Pants Frank Clark will have a majorityvote. Jim. Thurston, colored), entering with : DsPa-lsvtlssi, F a._
f At the regular mooting of the city Intent to commit misdemeanor, 1 yearIn : GOOD WOOD ==
council Tuesday evening Aid. Howell penitentiary mmmmmmmmULmmmAU lUU'UU1UUuulwuuuuu
At asc Dr. C. Kstes has returned to I
50C, Guy A. Davis Introduced
a preambleand George Dlxan. colored robbery, throe
wood that
Wood that burus tree
iiI f 75C, and $l.oo.BOY'S the city from Chattanooga, where he resolution, the former reciting f years lu penitentiary works equally right/ cither for -- - _-----------1--------- -
has been practicing/ dentistry. You the unslghtllnesB of the pavement on George E. Adams white, selling liquor A. WILSON, GEO. E. WELCH, T.-B1.; MERRILL,
SUITS can't keep him out of Florida In winter / I.oniou street and the latter callingfor without license pleaded/ guilty, lined cooking or heating purposes. 1'BIBIDEMT, Vice PnraiDKNT. Case isa.

From $2.00 to $3.50and'the -not when there Is work lor him the appointment/ of a committeeof $lu) and costs. Bend your order to THE
Tho murder cases( against Tames. Bradley Putnam National BankOf
here. The doctor will assist in hifather's
three to ascertaimmthe / Cash
wishes ROOKS'
,,,.; latter are guaranteedALL Wm. Martin. Wm. Davis and Chas
property owners on the east two Sloan, colored held for the murder or! 1 Palatka
.. A giant cypress log was cub at the blocks of the street regarding pavement Little at Como,were continued to next Wood Yard

Wilson Cypress) Company's mill" of these blocks with vitrified term. / 'Phone 5,. We solicit the oooounta of the
and wn will supply you people throughout Putnam County: and tender all
Wm. A. Patterson, white, hold for
k Heavy Underwear one day last week and from which brick. The resolution was adopted the nnurtmlefi' semi annommodatlona. consistent' wltb Rnml Banking
bigamy,case continued to next term.Obituary. .
.... two planks are now on exhibition i In and I Aldurmen Davis, Gay inid Cart-; ..... I --- ---
". For Cold Weather. the plaining department. There tnel wore appointed/ such committee Smith'sIce -
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Big Stockto planks are two inches thick, 4 tJ Clerk Bhickwell was Instructed to
Mrs. Alexander Duff the
.select from Inches wide and 13 feet long. The order twenty car loads of rock for repairing oldest daughter of Ell Curry and Mary was/ Bun- .::::J :Putziam: :: :Eha.rzn..a.oy: : : .

l'' planks, are sound In every part/ jlnr / the pavement on the street nell, and was born In Lake City Florida, Cream PALATKA FLORID.

-- 1 .... February SOtll, 1858 At a very early Drugs Chemicals
has been
The News d"laY'Hlloome- age, she was boreft by loath of a Druggist Sundries and I
Finest lineHen's n,lint In Issuing Its Illustrated Jloan Candidates Hpouk mother's care and love but with a is Delicious !1Everybody Patents.

of Trade edition owing to Inability to The first guns of the congrossiona/ younger sinter she found a second PRESORIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
Hatsin printers/ though every effort In Palatka fired from mother In her aunt Mrs.\ Theodore P. IHKHH OAHUBN >>.
secure campaign were aBR
Pease of Darien, Oft. ,, who took them to says HO, /and what everybody Ai nu Matleryeleaniehlp/ Itao.
has been made by advertising I III the court house on Wednesday night/ her home, and bestowed unon! them a Hays RODS. Clean/ cool parlor + -r"' g"i3aa5a.SSg3CSE5EaESS)
Palatka. Jacksonville papers to secure thneeded They were of the.smooth bore kind mother's affection and care. Kurturotl for Imlii'B and special) table for parties / -
help. The paper will bo The audience/ was not large owing In this refined Christian home, she growto of little people., Everything In

NECKWEAR ready by the llth or l&th lust. to Inclemency! of the weather and young, In her womanhood 2'Jnd year, and she on was Nov.happily 13th187U. the way of i School Shoes a--.rr: .a-E: :

*- The Misses Blanche and Edna Crill the further fact that a well-advertls married to Mr.Alexander Duff Curry Cool Drinksat
to pleasethe have been in Jacksonville this week, ed church bazar held a prior claimto of Decatur county, Georgia. She removed FOR Lead and Zinc Paints.

moat whither they went to attend the public patronage. with her. husband to Bainbridge/ / our Fountain. Headquarters for Boys and Girlsat --- -
Ua. and Inter to South Carolina. But
choice Confections, Cigars, etc.
Hoi speakers wore lion Frank
Fastidious.Wilson. conilng-otit reception given by the most of her married life was spent In Ice Cream made to order for Walt Paper Window Glass Fine
M. in honor Clark of Lake City and Hon. James parties to suit from! ,
and Mrs. Charles Cooper her native state, whither his business and receptions.L. prices you. '
k of their second danichter: Miss Con- E. Alexander of DeLaiuk Hon.S. J. hud led her husband, and for several $1.15 to $1.75. Come and Varnishes, Kalsomiiie, Etc.

Bros. stance. The charming debutante I III Hilburn acted as master of ceremon years past her home had been In Pa- A. SMITH,
see New lilt
X Papers 15o
latka, ) 111. ,
/ circles Ics, calling the meeting to order and .
.' well-known In society Here In this city after a painful Illness PALATKA, FLORIDA. them.Best roll and
Shirts i and the occasion of her debut Introducing the speakers the first be- of about tea days surrounded by Shoesfor up.

, was a most brilliant social functloi I ng 1\Ir. lexandor., loved ones, who did all for her that devotion E. E. :DODGE Palatka Fla.
1 The speech of the honorable Seems could suggest, she paseseU from Men and Women Every ,
4 !!f-' "fne' Imported Madras The hazer at the armory on Wee can not bo'regarded as a political her happy earthly. home to the still happier HEWFurniture pair guaranteed Prices $1.50to Next to Gay Bros., Lemon Bt.
SMark's .
misday night for the benefit home beyond, at 3 o'ulock on Sabbath ,
with 2 pairs of cuffs classic/ but it was funny and entertained -
church was a success in every morning. November 2Jnd, 11)03) In $2.50.Full .
at,$.oo. feature. The booths were pretty, the audience. What he Inn the 40th year of her age She loaves to Let UsKnow
to but mourn her departure her devoted husband line of Dress
'" say was a repetition of what Shoes.
and the attendance
the good
supper her adopte-l I Mrs. H.
daughter C.
I he /In his button-hole
': All who have seen large. What gttods wero not sold lit says street con- Lyne of Palalko, her aunt and foster Correct prices at Your
private sale were put up at auction versazlonl simple heart to hoar mother Mrs. T. P. Pease, her sister Arriving DailyAt
: our'line
: ofMen's near the close of the evening. The talk In which he promised\ :Mrs. Fleming 8. Way at Chattahoooheo, I. Jacobson
In the event of his election, something FI..., and her brother Mr. AI van lIunnoll.of ,
our store.
r Sox church will realize f2 O from the for all his frlunds. Just before Daytona. Flo., and a large number of Grocery Wantsand
Palatka, Fla.
atfitlr, sorrowing friends In O&Orgnd/ !
M beginning .his speech, a colored boy Florida.It Wo will bo pleased at' any time
Charles Dougherty of Voh- to show there will be no ground of complain
it is the you through our stock
Say entered the room bearing aloof a glom la needless/ to say that Mrs.\ Curry and Our Competitors at tbe quality.W ,.
moat varied Ala county, candidate for the con- boqnet of flowers which he handed will be missed by: an unusually wide olr- quote you prices. say
gresslonal/ nomination In this district, oleof friends and acquaintances. Her have all the 1 11I1rBRE"AKFA.5T
to !Mr. Alexander. R. S.
ever shown here. The card attached MOONEY.Undertaking WE ARE CRAZY
arrived In the city yesterday, for a brightness/ and biioyamty disposition/ ,
tr We don't know how bore this inscription! "From her kindness of heart, coil,) her gereroue and Embalming. CEREALSand
couple of dayw'still hunt!' for vote the Ladles to Our Jim." Some heartless service of others, made her beloved of For putting in such a heavy ,
that is but we do know ara( ng the people of Palatka.) Mr person present suggested tint all who knew her and drew to her many I Stock ofFineFurniture they: are all of time FRESH! VABIEUV. -

we've everything in Dougherty did not know of the meetIng Jim had bought the lowers himself friends wherever elm lived. Such a New Crop ( Nothing get musty or mouldy In
at the court house Wednesday was character as hers could only be the fruitof and HouseFurnishings this place. Wa. don't keep our stock
MEN'S SOX.M. evening and regrets that' he did not, and there a laugh. What popu- a life lived In communion with her we tell It.-It's going out and coming. In
larizes Mr. Alexander's candidacy In maker. While :yet In her girlhood she all the time
so that he could have been present. this neck '0 the woods Is his loyalty gave her heart to Elm and became a and selling at such low prices.
Next Sunday will end the pastoral to "Bob." Davis. member of the Presbyterian church of ofGarden Jut we believe that honest We make leading. specialty
j of the best
: S. Brown of Rev A.I Woodward at St.Jama !Mr. Clark Is always Interesting which/ / sheJ'"maloed until her death.a consistent Though communicant bar _,goods at low prices will win in

Methodist church for the present conferwncH He Is one of the brainyest men in the sufferings her last IIIn..w..r..lnteoae. Palatka ua they have won in Butter and Cheese,

year. He will preach his district, and he made an excellent she uttered no-oomplalnt, but bore them other cities. If you will come Teas and Coffees.
farewell sermon Sunday night Ted talk, Into which he Injected just enough with Christian fortitude and surround Seed in and look at out goods and

Clothier leave for conference'Weduesda of the eloquence that has helped by died: those, as -she whom had ihe lived best In loved.the faith She of note the prices, you will think I We have a'....,. floe blend of Coitus at

morning. A petition, signed by the to make him/ famous. to create Him who said/ : "In my Fathers' house $for so, too. 15 cents or i pound/or 36 cents that

.t olTlclal 1 members of the church will strong desire on the part of his audience are many mansions; I go to prepare a F. A. CERBER & SONS r you can't. duplicate till city at 30a per

arid.Gent's be forwarded, to the presiding elder, for more. Mr, Clark Clld'hold place for you." Fall Furultura i pound., :
and Undertakers' '
tIoutb.Oeorllla paper please/ copy. can also supply. you with tbe very '
for the return of Mr. Woodward 1i1're
asking in
his own rneiimmng blarney with
-COM. Just .
j t 'round the corner Front / grade O>lI e.
I to tills charge..... Mr. Alexanderbut blarney Is not his ..... on street,
'Phone 84. Pi LA.TKA If it'. FRESH GROCERIES yon want
FLA. ;
Among the prominent arrivals at leading card. He rises to the seriousside Farmers, Institute. Planting canon -

k the Arlington hotel during the week of a congressional campaign' O. M. Connor, Superintendent ol Notice to City Tax Payers! '

t were ho,,. Bert Fish, superlntenden/ has some appreciation/ of the dignity Farmers' Institutes, and professor of Th : Taz Books L.,C. STEPHENS,
of public Instruction for Volusl which attaches to a candidacy for Agriculture In the University of lflo will be close| on therlet ntJau..
Furnisher county, and Hon. James E. Alexander such an exalted oOl e. He has promised Florida, Lake City, will hold a farmers uary 19IX, and Distress Warrants day will be Kirby amid Morris 8W.,Palatka, TOr \*.

,of DeLandl$ Hon. Frank Clark, Pal tJUtn. a thorough discussionof Institute- Putnam\ county If AtCity Issued for all taxes remaining unpaid on -Telephone 84 and we will bring the

Lake City; Dr. 8. Puleston, Sanford; the situation when the campaign the farmers of"the county so desire. Drug list InR I these data Distress The fee Warrants for Issuing anel II4In- goods to you, _

PALATKJ A. J. Baker,Jr., city attorney of Fernandlna Is fully opened the assessment paid, All that needs be done is Uo'notify il.35 for seek warrant which amount will be to Qo to M n. buddy's Central Lemon
; Senator Jame. P. Talla and he knows whom he has to fight Prof. Conner that the institute/ can \ l to the (face" of the wamixl and cot added |- treat for chickens and eggs." Al'.a

ferro and Bmlth D. Plckett of Jackson Both speakers made friends.. Both be arranged./ All expenses of these 180&811 by the Chief or Pollee. Oroeerles.Deleeloua .. _

Ply v III*, and Hon. Charles Dough .are Rood fellows and entertalnlnitalkers. meetings *>r* paid 'from. state approprIation Store. 1..T/1803.: octet of ttoa J. N.Council this Dee ''let, Saratoga" Chips and
arty of Volusl county' LL. Walnut Taffy always fresh' a 1Smith's ,
Cllf: Tent Collector.
.. eonf Qtloa.7Some .

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