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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
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
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW\' SERIES VOL. XIV, NO. 10. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1906. : '1. Per Year. '

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i t wkmmii mjjijjjjI iti imHlit1iiliii.mfi iimi-iii f Iiii -r --Pleases- Palatka. People. I METHODIST ---I LOOKS LIKE NEW -- POLITICAL-- FEVER--- -- ,;'


\ m 'Thu Bt) >!>lntniHMl. of H. A. Ford of, ',

"I tho GalnesvlIlH to bn Kmienil "upnrlnten- COLLEGE CASE.Hon. COURT HOUSE.The SPREADING.The "
n Spring '" dent of (the newly ..fl..bllslied third 'I

lvlnloii of the. Atluntlo OoitHt Line. .
board of commissioners
S. J. Hilburn Wins Famous county meeting of Hi a board of county -
m Ballvyn.v, embraolnu; all the lines of
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and took
on Tuesday /
"The Wednesday
Young Man's Fancy the lit Florida Is. commissioners this week and the. ,
company pnrtlon- Suit for Florida Con. tlin Initiative for a new court house.A .
Increase the number of ,
Inrly plt-HBlnur to I the people of Palatka consequent : o
contract was entered Into be-
where Mr. Ford I.. .-ll known. ference College. visitors from the country precincts,
w .
board and
fi"CLOTHES tweon the \V. Jhamberlln
"Lightly turns to Thoughts of Jlcrelofofe the Atlantic Coach Line In 188(1! ( the Florida Conference of & Jo., arohlteuts of Birmingham each bringing has added rumors of possible. candidates ,,

Railway hue had but two divisions, the Methodist Episcopal Church, I who aru. to design autO supervise the much to the volume
the II rut, with at Wllin south committee locate of political gossip in Palatkn
headquarters to
appointed a I work to completion for a new courthOUSe this week.Of .
In it:ton, A. W. Anderson, general a church college at some place tile board reserving the rlichfc
superintendent and the. second at In Florida and to solicit donations to miiko. Buoh modification to the course. the News has had its
I Savannah with Riddle ear to the ground listening to these
M. general therefor. The committee selected plans and HpecllloatloiiB as will accord -
rumblings and this Is
how it sizes ,
superintendent. Leesburg as the place. and received
wltn Its Iduas, or the Idea of Incoming the situation.
This new division was established donations from the people of Lees- board
account of the Increasing and elsewhere. The Dr. 10. S Crlll will probably be a
on rapidly : burg committee Chambcrlln & ()to. tire to preparo
I business of the Atliuvtlo Coast Line executed a contract providing for full plans, speciacatlona and detail candidate for State Senator, and the. '

Railway In Its Florida territory and the return of the donation. with Interest drawings and. furnish supervision, I.a. I. chances are that his announcement:

necessitated the forming of a new should they fall to permanently ., to visit the work whenever necessary to that elfect will appear next we k.
The doctor
division. locate and maintain a collegeat don't say much. He
an called to do so during
THA T'5 US- upon
--- For some time Mr. Ford has been Leesburg, pledging the. college Its construction and for said service doesn't but appear anxious for the job '

u superintendent for a portion of the property then held or that might( be the board agrees to pity 5 per cent of pressure has been brought to 1 j
road In the second division with hereafter The bear on him by his friends that will
acquired. college was
total cost of building( when fully complete
How opportune, then that this week we headquarters at Gainesville. lIe ls built and operated In Leesburg for I, and also to pay them 1 cent result For the in his legislature candidacy.there Is .I
m now general superintendent and will over fourteen years but the nothing
people per \'.llo traveled to supervise the
have headquarters in Jacksonville objected to the contract and I lien, work. I certain yet except that C. W Bald.
I have opened stock of aforesaid! and refused donate I win of Mel. rose has written. to the
our Spring ml Tex Assessor's 'Notice. many The board .also agrees to pay 3 percent News as follows)
to 01 support the college on account of their fee whon the plan are
For the purpose of receiving Tax. of this lien.. which finally. resulted In completed and the contract let; 2 per Sir lOW. A. Russell. Editor News, Duar !i

Returns, I will be at the following the breaking down of the college;. .at cunt whnii detail. drawing are furnished : I have. decided to become itcandIdate .
named places as given below Leesburg. The Florida conference. for the Slate Legislature;
: nnd the wall. are. up to the In the
Kirschbaumand Ban Mateo Tuesday March 18th j maintained. this college for over fourteen mala cornice line,and the balance on coming pilmary should noth-

Pomona. Wednesday, Mar. li; Bl oo, years at a great loss, as it never completion of the. work. ing think happun to prevent that I can

Thursday, Mar.. 15/ ; Satsumn. H'ts, paid the operating expenses, and finally In thu event that the county does this of at present. Please insert
fact In
Friday. Mar 16 Nashua, SaturdayMar. came to the point where It the News this week. I
1 alsoSchloss ; 1 not build the court house, then no will .
with
17; VVelaka Monday, Mar. 19\ ; was impossible to operate. the college charge. Is to be made services rendered arrange later.you for formal'announcement

Frultiand. Tuesday. Mar. 20; Norwalk further at thatplaoe. by Chamberlin & Co. \v. Ualdwln." Yours truly U.
Wednesdltylar.\ 21 Georgetown The trustees. desiring to perform .
; The board is to have entire chargeof Mr. Baldwin .
Bros. 'Thursday, Mar. 22; Denver, every possible moral or legal obllgo.tton I lotting. the contract. and determining of Melrose and Is prominent citizen :

Friday Mar. 23d j: Crescent City, Sat after realizing that they could and accepting; all prices. Mattersof town. He an ex-mayor of that
I urday and Monday, Mar. 24 and 26; not operate the college, sought a 0011ferenoe construction .shall be determinedby is a )pleasant spoken.

I HuntiiiKton Tuesday, Mar 27; Co- with the donors with a viewof the architects, who are to place a Intelligent Friends gentleman.of \
Wednesday, Mar 28. adjusting matters BO that. there superintendent on the work while County Commissioner
D. Williams of
Hand Made Suits. UEO. F. BULLAHD, might be no hard feelings\ frictionIn the masonry and fire-proofing Is be- MoMeekln are urging
that
I 'I'ax Assessor. any respect. The donors at Le"... ing done, said man to be selected\ gentleman. and to, run for the logic.Ititure
the Idoa
release the Is not repugnant.
--- --- burg refused to trustees Jointly.
Fewer Gallons Wears Longer. The trustees to that genial gentleman, but he has
; from this obligation. It will be seen that the contract as
1.. Finest on Earth. then olfered. to turn over to the don. above. recited may mean u new court not yet decided Just which way to "
I'ctltlon for Special:: Tax School all the college property, consistIng j jump.
ors boure or It not.
District.:: of the college grounds buildings, may J oil n P. Wall of Putnam Hull did
Mr. the
Chiunbetlln who was at
To tho Honorable Hoard of Putillu lUHtruo- libraries, piano, furniture and every meeting lm.. Informed the) board that say that he. would not ngitin be II candidate '1
Ito,, Putimm Uouitty, Florida pertaining to the college, If the but the pressure of scores of j
thing he has parties who will advance. the his friends\
(1.ittIeioIl'Jim
fearnside Clothing Comp.any I inulorHlKmul- potltlonorfl quail I find, vot donors at Leesburg would accept county money to build at C per cent InVest Putnam who ".
: : : : : argue that a man ought not foul *
: : to
"r,. nf l'iitili-1 MHiool Dlatrli't lb., a, Futnniil: same in satisfaction.. The donors refused the loan to be paid back In 10 or lit:
boOty: Hpttc'tfullv ptttltlon your honor to accept this. The committee annutl himself bound by rash and uncalled 1\'
nlilo Hoanl, t,,,.ltll ail olititloil for tilt pur- payments. for promises him
fl may cause to '
what wanted.
them \
,, then asked they The commissioners have contemplation
I '' of duililliiK I I iinon' tlm formation of a la change his mind. He '
;IHinlttlTtiX, Hrhool JilHtrh to embrace thetuirltory The reply of the donors wan that a court house to cost $(0,000 Is an old war
HH tot lowe i the maintained. horse of democracy In the county
Palalka Florida. ti1 they wanted college ,
( ',,, ,,, of the'nwt of .and no one. Is more familiar with legislative t1
wo, et.):tow.:i'..::rJ'o\ : tfl, running,; went HliillH and operated. at Leewburg. As this Will Interest Commissioners. work. -J
north! be done the donors were ; ,
thHiu'e H iiillu thence WoeS could not ,
inllitH.to the rotator or Him.. 17. tlutnue south informed that the college would not Lust Sunday's Times-Union contained I Then It has been suggested that In

tHrmi1ir IiFJnnifI'r-llI) Irlt ;l'niu n i jlU rI1 wniiUiHiitii11iiiii M mll, ,,,',tllMDCO thonve: W tKt !' it:the to the nu vor.: olHDU be operated another year, and the a bit of telegraphic) Information case John P. Wall did not announce
lit south 91 IllllOfl I tO tlttt HW ior. Ol that his DI"V.
.
from Pensaoola will Bon, W. '.
that be ( Wall "
(Nat., a', th,,neoe. Ht 31 nilh. to the no oor. olmm. college Wit. discontinued.
____ ______ __ _n_ __ __ .at,tliotttiu north I nilltt to tlio ne cor.' oltoo. Home:: time after this the Floridacont..ren" I road. with Interest by member. of the would. The doctor is one. of limo
( ::114: tlmuuo emit I, 1-S nillHHto the I-W"aoc. located a college at (:Sutherland : i Putnam/ county board of commissioners most popular young men In tho .
Him of>VI, tlu'ncu noi th I lull to the place of county. 3 3U.
well all who have
hugh llIlIl"lI. TlilM tluHutlptloa Intilliilu" .euiioiii a most dcllghful and health us axplratlorm
jo-m--j-zM-iiiiiii.i. : : tim went Ior ..... >m, ful location. When th'. college at to sit on future boards. J t relates F. Blllh.rd'lI announcement Is in '*
Ir7Cs tilt. HOIItll 1-HOf HIH. 15, the south I-* Of Httlt.Ill Sutherland was puB In operation. the. to the past, present and future. .another column for taxassessor. Ha '
anil Iliu .u 4 of wiutloa. 17, Ion nettip 1 ill. : ,
la has made .
membersttnd when
t'H"gO"'I.'! trtiHteoH went f> Leenburg to remove payof a man, belie rOl'ul/.r a correct 0111. w{ .
:: Watch I,. J. AruioiI.. JIIH W. Plniltini., O. W. Killuiii.j. rht-lr personal property from there. to olllulal or otherwise, is hit In the clal for there i Is no talk of op. J
Hamilton
.. I n. Him",, .1. Uiikin.it. r.. Ainiit, .1. Sutherland. '1 h. trustees immediately pocket. book he begins to take an In- position to his renomlnatlon. -8
I II I, Hinlth W. U. Wilkluimu. A. I.. IlailKlliniin :
terext In the Here's the tele. Hen Is Peterman Is. .alone in his *
suit III to fore- scrap.
llled chancery .
.
Intl. Oiuiiion, .1'.1.V. Ij. IU J.
(lit 1111011 It. :ItolM.i" : M:I1. H.Cannon, :::::\\.i'i.: hot,- close their alleged Hen and to restrict gram. candidacy. for supervisor of registration

aul be Hiitihfieil. 17 to 2 I j jdm n.toIi.. \Illniw, It. K. KlKitiiii' .1. H <7<>"mi.., .1. the removal 1 of tha property. A tainpnrary I'ensaeola March 8.-County comiiinisloners and will probably have. 110 op-' ,f,
: \
It. : r.It'w\: 1. : of Florida und especiallyof position. His announcement alsoappears ---j
: :: : : : .1 fa-l. Plum: *!', Ij. Ij. Injunction was. grunted and !

:': ulno Furnish Mooil.v.Fewer. ______ _ _ _ the case has been pending for several this country are somewhat nonplussed W. In thia paper .j.
Judge J. ]B. dallies of over a recent. ruling of the It. Allen of Frultiand and W. !
Jnlloi, Wears years.
WatchesILIjVtImH ; Lung..r. LeeRbui'MT' Fin., represented t the donors state auditor and orders. from the 8. Mlddleton of 1'0monhave both
regarding the saintles they announced as candidates for the .
governor
$ or the complainants anti H. J.
ElgOn and Waltliani DEMOCRATIC WARD PRIMARIES. Hilburn of this city, repn-Benled the shall receive. The luting of the auditor board of county commissioners from :a

college people, or the defendants. IB to the effect that 110 county District No. 1. Mr. Allen Is the. pros- -j

OIHcial Call for City Democratic:: : The case was argued; In Ooala before comniiHsluner shall receive more ent member from that district and Is '

J Primaries and Coi.tcntloii Hon. W. H. Bullock, judge of the than $1UO per year, no mutter what well-known to all the. people of his

JeV\leter for 1000.) Fifth Judicial Circuit, .a short time duties he may perform, as the lawsof district as well as the county.
/ the and last week. he decided the the state cover this point very Mr. Mlddleton In. a huaUlnK young
'rho tloinovitiUu 'tamiru' ago,
od l to intuit oily on MUlllhM. "prlnmi,,,',.,, Utli,rcciuettt-limi, Itt case In favor of the defendants, the clearly. As a result. number of the business man. He came here from
7:lIst p. ii,.. In thom,vt,iHl wlt"lolt. per follow college people, holding that the donors commissioners of this county have GeorgIa 10 years ago and has resided
dirt notliH of th city limioc'riitlu exetmtlvttuoimiiltttut had no lien and that the collegepeople. been called upon by the. goverernor. at Pomona most of that time. He Is

Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka, Fla. tililunimii, foi from tilt:: em-h ptirpuMti worth of; iilmt nomlmillnaOMU to*HI>LI or the defendants, had discharged to make good the amounts they collected a turpentine operator, a saw mill '

...'"'011.,'. to tile LILY tlmmu which imit'tN on. Tuuadiiy, March ittth tonominate as far as it was possible and all the. past year. and all have compile: orange grower, a Methodist and n

iHt. Tlmt II tlu Illbiit.> i'lt>' mum-rut i I reinvention, that equity. would require. The decision The. commissioners propose. to carry democrat. He has built a dozen '
S"' ''''''''''''''''''''''t I for tho piirpon uf ,immlimtliittii: ::: : : minor:: : it mlexmmtlve : Is complete victory for the the matter to the courts however to houses In Pomona during the past
",011I..1'0.,1. fur.1101, other I..... much get a ruling upon the same. Heretofore year.. 1'lels a fine business man and 1.
and to
FOR SALE! = .. .. college people means
Just received I.ht'UI* In itn thu may CItY IH hnttight t'CMim-ll i rlmmhui'Itoftutt It eta Nlinll'I'UOH-!I he the in the various country commissioners has considerable property' all of

"":v.MII'"hHl'h: I"".ot.7".I.. | in.aim. The'college Sutheiland has bseii when. assigned to look after which he made himself in legitimate ,
= Fresh stock Tlmt thin NcVlt vumu of the lilY fio n the road work. bulldinir brtdires. etc.. business enternriaen itt Ptitnnm_
Hhitll, hold ttn.lr liliiiury" mOI.tI"l( on Moniliiv lunch phenomenal success I -m.m
Improved and Unimproved LandIn Mnrtiu I I'Jth, .iiMMi.0. 7::10) o'clock |>. 01., time of the hi-glnnlng. The first year charged at' the-rate" $2jer. diem I county. ,
for t ito pin.,iiurioof noniliintliiK. oiiunUlvriniiiifioin opened with a greater. attendance with mileage also making the same J. W. GlIsBon of Jiostwlck has announced \
V fiti'li ward for. tile i nHiitiig .". and to the I for commissioner ,
charge for attending meetings of from District
__ time at Leeabllrl'dllrlngany
i HHH&t(1<'h'l uatt>H to the city. d.Ittocliitlo con than at cOy
Both City and Counly. ofGarden v..llon.o..... hold 'Tumulav, March I nth, lint, year of the existence of the college board They are now in somewhatof I No. B. He Is another hustling
Seed at 7 till)hi. in.. I In tile council clifimlwr. UhtthiittlM I at that place. The enrollment a dilemma as to how to procceed and popular business man who has ,
--- I of rtipWfUMitatlott: slit:: ;II 1 IMJ one ilologlitofor has continually increased and the as they are compelled. 1 to continue supervising the respect and confidence of all who
= .. ...
.'.111. Uiniiocmtio Mttftt ami fiaiUon
In know him and that's lot .
the work done of
being a
of four 01 ovm"*, .polhMl' ut (HIM cIty t'ioi't toll. plant has been continually\ enlarged people.
for Tht' rt'prt'ttnntatloa. und 1'1"00.or prltitlilli's! and today they have An enrollment their districts, and the ,1OO allowedper ,
Henry Strunz $ will .lw n H follow: reaching about four hundred. The year will no more than cover the It Is stated that. Mr. North will also '

It'h'UlltHM.Wn..II.-lIo." Oonipimy Wo. at hull, five Methodist collage la located. at Sutherland cost of mileage and per diem for attending again be a candidate from the

Spring Planting. Waul s.:"Kh x "liui liouHe, Reid street, live on n high elevation. overlooking meeting. Home of them same district Mr. North is the
Palatka, Florida.CAPT. i (thologe, toe. the Gulf, where Is most healthful ) construe the law to mean that. the present commissioner from Jiost

i .untHH.wnrtl Wn1'l13-ohl. uotinull vhumhtT, three dul- and where the collegH owns, or $100 per year. Is Intended for attending wick, and Is a farmer. He has

Place your orders I.-
Wai:: ::< 5. : :'ourt: Hoimo. I!into iltl* 'gtit.e.t'tiri : the college where tho In traveling about districts good record earning. the respect and
\ )UolonMl' (hid Kullow's Hull, oneoloifiito. should be the confidence of all.
now. pupils are removed from the vices defrayed by county.
'i.LR Ward 1.-iii'iit'. 0101 Tank Factory I.etnoii8tit and temptations incident to a city Not only has the governor culled for T. J. Rogers a former commission
RYAN'sis ,t, four Uilt'KMtt: fact has quite a drawing n settlement from the present members er from District No 6, Putnam Hall '
: :: This proven "
Store.AilminUtrator's 1'iovldMd iMtlmr of I ho ahovo nuineil pt.ii.ii1
i City Drug j (.Ini not l Lii i protmiod. tile .*xMitlcomnilt- curd for the colltge, and accounts of the board but also from the announces his candidacy front that
teeiiiati from, oiu-h- ward iihall procure II largely. for Its most remarkable success. old board which held office for district. Every body knows and esteems "
Complete ,ptaeu, for MIIid Tiiectlntf.J. and If the. former members Mr. Rogers. He Is an intelligent -
the only .""-%/'('"' '''''''''''''''''. N. HLAUKWKl.lj.; J. I>. PO1NT8. _____________ years settle according to this basis it will gentleman and farmer. D. Williams.

,
Hue CJIialrinan.Fewer
Notice. rotary Wedding Bell./-. amount; to thousands of dollars, the present commissioner

Qnllons; Wear. Longer Social P"llItkIs In delightful trout No. 5 has decided not to again.
House Furnishing Motlt' la horoliyirlvon that flit month aflol be a candidate.K. .
Ihed..to hnreof, lo WIC.O11 tln 2Ttlt lny uf AprIl mood over the approaching ttharnIa.of .''"
A Former Platk&n.
\. 1>. IHOfl:,, J will APPlY: bi tlie County Juclfff* cfPutntim Ford's Photo rBtjha are catching two of our most popular youiu 'I'. Iteddlmr, a well-known merchant .
Ooitlftr., Florlfln t ira ." ........ from hold in Palntka. People seem m David of Interlachen will context
WilfongRnmsnur Hon. J. MiOrlggs member of Congress
,
lECstablisliment in Palatka. I the furtlirr ailiiiliiltitriillon of HID UBtatn of know nnd .aitpreolate good work at people-Mr. with Mr. Rogers for the 6th/ district
JuUalJ. >Vado. lateoE aulilm Mity. louenHeil. \ and Miss Edith M..rllll, daughter of front Georgia who was on
i .
; : .Umliilnlrntor.ThU : moderate prices.Executors. I commlsslonershlp. His announcement -
J. II. HARP Mr. and Mr. 'J'. B. Merrill. Tuesday again elected chairman of
tNew Goods: in n.lllines now on exhibit. B7tb dity ot Ootobcir. !>., 1IK>_ Job :17-Om The ceremony will occur at tU the National Congressional committee I Is also in this paper. Mr. Redding .

Notice: \ home of the bride's parents at 8 to have charge of the coming Is a hearty. gripping, pleasant

;ranJl.Jl.:1I.: : =ur.Jn'1r.1tJf'1t1.1l1 Uu.U11l"Jt1r1fTIT1tn! :.Jl'ID.lIT.1rU"J'!" : Executor's Notice.To Notice In hereby given that on Mont js June o'olookVedu..d..y evening. MartItl8t congressional campaign. in the United gentleman who numbers hosts of
fltl mMt, wo" Minus nmku niml rttturim of ourncoouutH friends In this city and county.J. .
States! was formerly a resident of
:
l vouohnm ol the
&n< AH executor.
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I whom It may concern) Ite will And tHiaineut ol Edwara it Jtfnklnn. The weddlngover, the happy coup'- Palatka, where he was principal of C. Strickland, the present elll-
LOPSH. BAIf.BT. ,.MAS. M. RILUABUIB. ( NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Six month tjlor' the dam>, herent I will pre-' ...AaatHti and Apply r..ro..rolloohnrKO nn sitaR will enjoy a trip di>wn the east ooiml the publlo school. dent commissioner from the Fourth
8 of con' my Html aooount anil Tiiuohnrn to the Kx outor>. EDWARD, JKNKINt). District has
Under Suullon Clmptnr announced candidate
1'> x Doml County JtltlKO ol Piitimin" nuiity, .*'lnrl' 4888 Laws of Florida U> be III""ho'l/o.llrom Ihe further ailtnlnlHtnttlon for re-nomination. Mr, Stilckland Is
and
SARAH several terms
A JENKINS.: occupies a commanding -
t G. IMR ma i C co. Notice Is hereby plven that 8. E.Tubbs nt the ebile of A..D. Tualtur. duoeaMd.J .. PalatEs' riK., Doe.), luoa. : A Promised Entertainment. I position in the councils of an old as well as efficient member of
Tax cetthlcata bIn Deoulnbgr' >tl,A. I) IM19.II the; board and Is
of
purohnaer J. KEfTOR.Atlmlnlnll Miss Broomell of Philadelphia the national democracy popular with the
No. 68, dated the. Oth diy of July, A. D. .hOof of tbe will of A. D. Tin kur, ileo.Executor's NUTICE.My Impersonator of child life passed. Hou. Frank Clark congressman people In all parts. of the county
1UOI hi tiled said oertllluate lu my of- /-W.I", Latan Price of Molrnse la the only
Fire Insurance: through Palatka Wednesday stop- from this district, has been chosen by
lloo, and haa made application <.>t Ux wife having taft my house and ping for a few hours at the Putnam Mr. Urlggs an one of his auditing member of the school board thus far
deed to Issue. In accordance with law. : Notice.vrflTIOPl home I therefore notify oil pomona thatI .louse. While here she gave' two productions committee of three. ita announce his candidacy.. He lias

esJing American and Foreign! !Bald: oertltloate. embraces the following In hurohv: 1 Klven to nil porNoiifl shall not be npunelbl for any debt at the public .school, to tho served. on the board some years and .if 41
iliwnrlbed. propeity situated In Futuain i 1 otvlltors, hwiitooit: und HvlMoeii( of tilt she may contract. <>f teachers and pupils. bas made a painstaking official. He
delight Of Interest to Truckers.
Companion towlt : iwtutii or ThiMMlora H. I INtVviitl, to proeo..ttlwSr ; J. WHITMAN.. Is a clean man from all of
oouuty, Fiorlila vluluiM. within the time .prtHi Lot 1 I. blk 14. lot 1 ,,0(16.( bile 1G O. T. IHW. for lUlJUHtlllUIlt. Ullll "If.... IllilullUHl tO Federal Point, FI.... Fob')' 3thp 1900.) competent judges to be the boat delineator The Tlmos-Unloii "short talks". of view and Is attached to the school -\

Accident Insurance: section 11, township 0, range. 21-10 ."hi. eititte me riiiiiiDNtoinoiiinka lint Itutniulliitvpuymtiiit : 2.J6.lit of child lire UPOII the Amerl- Tuesday contained. the following work. He will probably. not be op
to ut of "" "
o.orea. AH HI re j. nrVKAtr: NOTICE cark platform today. Subscribers: of which will be ot Interest to our lettuce posed. -I
The. said land being :.saegned al the PAI'li' (I. ''HMll'H: the\ 'alRt.ka Lyceum course given growers\

The Travelers of I Hurl ford date of the Issuance. nt such cortlllimte "Kxnuntora:lllMMlorO ortlin H. l IVe1l.tLpvti.o4.met will. anil .ttfHtnmunt of Tim iittilerBlfrned-will stat' be re- two yearn ago will remember her all Professor W. O. Johnson editor of CHAMBERLAINS'DIARBHOBA CoLic RIIIJII8Dr., CHOLBBA AND

In the name of Unknown. Unlerasaid Title tub'y llitlt, Iww. 4w. Ipon.lble for any debts contracted by Ilvln"the" best number of that that famous old stand by, the American '
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oortllloato shall bo ledoeinod of the crows of Dreclfffl. No. 7, or cours Xand will be pleased to learn 1 Agriculturist' was In the! city The great success of thla preparationIn
Life Insurance: .according to-Jaw tax deed will Issue NOTICE OK1 AFFLIOATION FOB of lilly tuff Kate: Cannon unless aocom that: la'about 10 days she will give yesterday, and he Is certainly an excellent the relief and cure of bowel oomplainta '

thereon oil tbe lOUi day. of March, A. D. Tax: Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter .inUul by an order alurnnd, by another entertainment here, probAbly example of the modern, up- has brought It Into almost universal use. "

190(1. 48hfl Laws of FlorlJa.. I lVI' rtipmlim or J. B. Flynn, Jr.resppo- In the parlor. of the Putnam to-date,sciontlflo agricultural expert It never fails, and when reduced with _
flie Old Reliable 'Gen>iania Witness my ofllulul signature and coal, Notice. la hereby Riven': that I.. B. S \L'It P. SANFORD ROHH Ino. House for the benefit the Public Mr. Johnson a member of tbe New water and sweetened la pleasant to take. .

this the 1st day ot February, A. D., Brewer, purchaser of tax oortllloate ------ Library. York firm which some time ago en- It Is equally valuable for children\ and
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Lifl! of New York No. dated the lilt of adults. For
: lOOt 11V2. day July gaged somewhat extensively in the tale by Aokerman-Stowart

ISealJCm. ) JOSEPH PRICE 'I A. D., luo:, has Hied: aatl oertlllaate in The Best Exercise CHAMPION IJNIM.NT FOB EHEUMATI8SI I IChaa. trucking industry In Putnam county, Drug,Co. _

Circuit Court Putnam Cu. Florida my oOlae, and has made application for near Palatka. One of the principalcrops ,

Marine Insurance: : tax, :deed to Issue In aoaordunon. with law. tr he. had is In a game of Box: Drake a mall carrier at Chaplo- planted there lettuce, which I I ._ 1 K. H.. la Armstrong of JacknonFla. -
prore..lonalthrouh
Bald oertllloate eoibrnoes the vllle. Conn. : "Chtmberlnln'sPain '_ making a
has
I following Itnll It's a innnclo builder says proven very profitable, although ...
[The Leadimg Companies WALL & DARSEY, I desorlbiid\ property situated In Putnam and an appetite proroker.trout Balm la the champion of all lini the plants have recently' been .attK'ted %tinted< I this of his section leading and pedal is
by
oounty, Ploilile to wit: people tell us that our ments. The past Tear I was troubled a by a peculiar disease known one lie will
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lets from the home office.
Dentists.Bridge Lots 11-15-10.. bile .O-Interlovhen.Said Alley Is the finest tbey've great. deal with rheumatism In my M "damping olf," or "..lIt." This datesnaniodi
I' be In the following cities on
Jl Claims Promptly land being assessed at th" data ever played on. We take shoulder. Attar trying several cures disease-which has already cost the 1\110..8.-6 Lake
.*.nd Crown Work a Specialty. of the Issuance such oiirtlfloate In the their word for It. Ladles play tee storekeeper here reoommeu'j': ) .. Florida growers hundreds of thousands Lake City, ; Alchutt.
8Urk Msr.8
Settled. I' .. remedy and It l onrVPme." Butler, Mar. 6-7) ; '., ,''
name Waterberry Sons. Unless free Tuesday. afternoons completely of dollars-Is due to bacteria; Mar, 9 Gainesville. 10-11-12, "
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Block Palatka.. I said oortlflcnte shall be redeemed unoord- There is no u.e of anyone; suffering! from and Mr. Johnson together wltb
In Mar.
Office Fry 13 'Palatka,
98 Front St. PAI..TKA. J'u tag to law tax deed will Issue thereonon Maurice Lamon that painful, ailment. when till llulmei.t Professor Rolfs now pronouns to lay Hawthorne Mar. ; 8iit .I

the 10th day ot March A. D. 1900. can be obtained for a small sum Onn siege lit earnest to itn insidious niala- t4rh. _ ,

Fa 8- .BALKvllKrnph JERSEY CATTE For 8al...-I tun Witness my offiulnl Inoatilfa and seal Ron Hall and application give. prompt relief .soil' II. Lth", which If not Coo\ checked, may FOR BALE-O'JO Ior.e land good t" '

r In first olnmi ...r.VIII Typuwrl-be sold forced to red lien my stock of J'r."yCows I thla the 1st day of February A. D. 1906 continued use for a shirt tlm. wl I produce ntually thiraten trm supremacy improvement. itnf.. Ivirgnm If Hold

.i>rv chenp. Write ol' or call on Chas..Jtowton and Heifers, and will\ mkcprices (beau) JOdBPH PRICE.Oik Ten Plii Alloy. a peronannnt cure. For sale by, Ac- I If lor Ida lettuce In this Northern ,,t ouco lI(. 1'trL.r.Bff, Jtaidln, Fiat

Palntkn.. Fin.V satisfactory.. S. J; KEUWEBLY' Clroult Ot Putnam county. Florida. Central Lemon Street. erman-Stewart Drug Co, .r,fkets. 8-tt-at\ ..






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ur THE PALATKA NEWS unions will always have ,jiv '
When Roosevelt was Governor of "

Entered at the Palatkft postofflcea New York, he was one day chatting [ Life Lines Crossed
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mailable matter of the second with some friends!! upon the subject PAINfUL PfRIODSLife

; class. ot the relation of labor to capital.He .

j '., Published at Falatka Fla., on startled. them by the emphatic [Original\

Friday byRUSSELL. manner In which he said that he Our lives only be charted< by lino often seems too long. to the woman who suf- UNo

; A %VICK RS.W could not fully aouept the views of These Unas are continually crossing 1 fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-

those leaders] of labor organizationswho and at times becoming entangled with I
down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness
l. .. A. RUSSELL Ullor each oilier. ,
call labor and
a commodity
who talk captivatingly and yet erroneously My father liail been a wealthy Mow dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are 1 I

L..4 THE OTHER FELLOW. of "selling labor In the Yorker, but la some way-I never knew dreadful. To make life worth living, take
bow-bis fortune hail been diverted ,
'$ The other fellow la an awful highest market." An Idea, in his from my motlier ami uio her only

bother. He i is as recalcitrant and Independent opinion, cannot be a commodity child. She would< not permit mo to look \

- of your reasoning as the neither can any Intangible thing/ ; Into the closet where lurked tile nuilly neoJ@rduiWoman's i I

weather. You run counter to him and there seems to him something: skeleton, Others knew wbnt I was Ignorant 1t :

everywhere you RO You must turnout \ false In the economic teaching of of find. often I would notice A _

I some labor leaders that the ideal persons regarding me with an expression -
for him when you meet him on '
Buck's stand the searchlight
In wblcb'llIy seemed to bo mingled Range except : can
: the sidewalk or bump against him In time will come when all labor can be Relief

doorway. He Is somewhere about marketed utilized contracted for with Indignation. of thorough inspection It'si, question
As I I developed a talent for '
all the time and he always seems to Just j as the visible materials of Industry grew up ) Inflammation and tbe insitJ01' outside
music and at my mother's death bad It quickly relieves purifies enriches which pnit of Buck's, \ is

g. ; : be In the way. Hale a real nuisance, are.-The. Scrap Book. sufficient funds to enable me to study the blood, strengthens the constitution and the best. This applies to Buck's Stoves Ranges .
i : but he Is too dull to consider him. ,
so abroad. On any return I gave music
_
from which
A FEW REASONS.Here permanently cures all diseased conditions
:' B self. lie adds to the Injury he does' lessons, by which means I mndt a or Heaters. .

,. you by refusing to recognize your are a few reasons against; the scant support. I was alone In the weak women suffer. ,

superiority and right to be favored. drainage of the Everglades at pres world having no brothers or sisters, It is matchless marvelous, reliable.At ,

; You him and my lot was a hard one. I had been .
try to treat respectfully. ent.Florida all druggists' In #1.OObotties. ,
has over 87,000,000 acres of told by my mother that at my blrtb it
You condescend to him as far as
land about 1,000,000 in cultivation was expected I would some day be ono
your dignity permits. If you hap. over 80,000,000 Idle. of the wealthiest women In New York.I WRITE US A l SOTFERZD' GREATLY"
.
pen to be on a Journey you give him She does not need land remembered this, and It made my efforts freely and frankly. In .. Mrs. 1.. E. Clavenger,of Bell -
I more
half of the oar sent, or pretty near any to eke out a living only tbe more dance telling us all your ) N. C., "at my monthly periods,
.. half of It, but when he presumes to until she bas a few million more peo. Intolerable. troubles. We will send 4. pie to cultivate It.The plain sled : occupy an Inch over half of It then AmouK those to whom I gave lessons
drainage of the Evergladeswill dies' Advisory Dept,The I better health than I have been
you\ refuse to put up with Ills Inso : was the lence. cost a large sum of money named Shanklln. no was one of the

Florida has little and could new rich and, not having either the -- ___ ._, ., .
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----c If you graciously unbend BO far as money -.-_ -- ---- -- -- ----- ---- -- -

to enter into conversation with him expend many times the amount she time or the taste to make a handsome -_. -- -- ,----- .-, --
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has to better than home for himself bad bought a house
: the chances he will want to talk purpose getting
are ATLANTIC COAST
with lu It stood LINE.
: more land. everything just as It POMONA NEWS. WELAKA.
--. Just when you have something you In at the death of the owner, a widow. --
.fact, Florida is land poor already -
want to say. Tho first time I entered the afternoon tea will be
premiseswas An given; at
It would be Re;. Ward. of Crescent City held a
He haa neither discrimination nor Perhaps more with a singular feeling. It seemed Pomona Hall next Monday from /ft to
service March 4th In tho The
--1 manners-the other fellow. exact to say she Is land rich and that I bad< been In some house very like 7 o'clock p. in. by the ladles of the delightful Episcopal church,, and all who, participated Great Through Gar Line From Florida

As a matter of course he Isn't always money poor. It. But where this other house was or church, the tea to be followed by anentel.tltlnment. telt the blessedness that

t -, the same fellow but he is always It 1 h not yet certain that the Everglades what port of my life I bad been in It, being prepared. for A tnklnff this feature./ program Admission Is surrounded It and went away refreshed

I the "other fellow." The worst can be drained. It is not yet I could< In no way determine. to all 85/ cents, the money to and strengthened. New.Yoiknnd, FU. Special Leave JacKsonvIll", 12:00: p tn dally ex Smut.

i thing about him i Is that there are so certain that they are worth draining. Now, I shall account for this feeling go to painting; the church Mr. :J. Clark has friends, Mr" and Flu. nnd West! Indian Limited Lv Jacksonville 8:85 a in dully.
All that is yet certain Is that their presently but there Is another circumstance Mrs How den from Newark... N. J.,
many of him. that I cannot account for. I !\II'S. F. E. Waldron has' been tlie for two weeks, and last (Saturday New York Express leaves Jacksonville B:05: ) a Il) dully.Cltluttgo .

L ., :But hold on. Pot your finger to drainage would cost money and a can show a coincidence, but the underlying truest of her daughter Mrs. Holmes night Mr. Boy ID and his son, J. Boyle, 11.nd l Fla. Limited leaves Jacksonville \0:110 a in dnlly
great deal of It. )Erwin' for two weeks
- forehead and endeavor returning old friends and business acquaintances DixIe Flyur leaves Jacksonville
bulging 9:00
your reason Is one of those mysteries home I p in dally
for
: to think a mInute Horror of horrors With, says 000,000 people in Florida which, If ever solved, must be solved Tuesday at Ormond. I of Mr. CIArk's. stepped on* the Through slei'pln&cars to New York, Chlgngo and St. Louis, also w
and 80,000,000 of land Lee W. Smith has returned from I Clyde boat and him 1\ most delightful .
vacant It gave
., It may be that he Is Just as acres by what I may call the science of soul. a Mr. hue sleeping", \ oar service to Augusta, On, leaving Jacksonville al 8:50: a in
looks visit to his brother Arthur, at Alle- surprise. Boyle
much If
as there
tired of you as you are of him. Yes very were Over the mantel In the drawing room mont Springs. been spending his winters at Southern Inturuliangeable mileage tickets good over 13,0(10( miles of the principal railway

it Is barely possible that ho is even about 00 acres of land for sale for was tbe portrait of a beautiful woman Pines; this time he came a little of the Bouthnrn! States are on salo by the
each Individual. Since this Includes In the prime of life. The moment I Mrs C. A. Knowlton and daughter further south end Is delighted vlihFlorida. I principal aguats,
ft'/ ;! : more so. the Everglades we will each bas looked at tills portrait I was seized spent a number of days last week "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic East Count
You may recall many times when say with relatives In DeLnnd Line ; also via Atlantla Coast LIDO and Southern! "
: his now 64 acres for sale The additionof wIth the most bitter repugnance. It Peach trees .and. orange; blossoms Railway.
distressing presence BO nettled the other six In the sO<'med as If the original were doing A party of ten spent a very enjoyable combined with the wonderful shadim For complete Information call on E. F. Jackson Ticket agent, or address

you that you did not give him quite supply without Increasing me Homo great Injury from which Icotalil day in St. Augustine recently.; of green and pink that/ are ]putting For resorva' lone anil information! apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line or write:
demand
Increasing the
: half the car seat. And to think that The party was composed of Mr.
not escape. Never before out on All the trees niiikes the Innd FRANK C. BOYLSTON
would decrease the nor Krook and family, Miss Welch, Mr. : Dint. Pass. Agent W. D. STARK Traveling Pass. Ant
he offered word of pl'lco. look like the dainty sketches
never a protest since have I felt a desire to kill on n
The any nnd Mrs. Ueo Marston and Mr. .and 138 West Bay street Astor Building Jack onvlle.'! Florida.
bringing to the state of Japanese fan.
Never said he would more one as I desired to kill tbe
aL4.k punch your original of
Mrs. William Jones. U. M.
; head or kick you Into the middle of settlers would increase the demand this picture, Yet I was fascinated with Mr. Albert Postel was married EM.EB3ON Gnu Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG, Passeuger Traffic/ Mgi! '

next week I and increase the price. the beautiful face the wealth of flaxen Miss Marshall left Tuesday for her to Miss. Kane, one of our residents, Wilmington, North Carolina.

Say he must be almost saint. Draining/ Everglades will make hair the soft blue eyes. Why I should home at Newburg, N. Y on February! 26t!.. We wish them --- ,- -- -- -
a feel to Mrs. Hart who has for several great; happiness and long, comfortable :::::::=. = ==:. =-:- -
And maybe will tell him the the land owners of the state poorer. hostility a face that was look- -- =:=+-========-'.

next time you him. so Bringing immigrants\ would make lug down, on inc benignly. I could not weeks been 111 at Ian: Mateo, has years together. I == :JU tnarc.: :: Jh.arxc..acy:: : ;
meet
_ t.' you divine. with her children returned very Mrs.\ Beasley Is still In the Jacksonville I == ;1
them
I Talk It over with the other fellow. richer. The much improved in health. hospital and recovel'llislowly. .PALATKA, FLORIDA. ,''I
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L music room opened into the
LH I He Is what Is commonly known as a Taking the average of the state drawing room and I often went Into Winter visitors are leaving, the A kidney complication hn Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and I
'4 I I human being. He Is affected by beat and lauds of all kind one acre of the drawing room alone. One first to go Is Miss Marshall, who has caused brain trouble and her fuluiu: I
land Is worth about four dollars. day spent the winter at the Fiske house seems at present uncertain. Her Patents.
and cold
S_ love and hate food and while gazing on the portrait It seemedto sister, Miss Lillie Morris of \V / PRESCRIPTIONS I
and Mr. and Mrs.\ Jones who have one > OAREFUI-L.Y OOMPOUND5D.I
4 _.. hunger, riches and poverty, toll and Supposing the average Immigrant me that the eyes were looking toward been the guests of Mrs. Hendrick. laka's most charming .Kills, iH-cailng. I Inset GARVBY 8ICED. '
I rest Just about as What Is would earn as much as $200 per year an antique desk directly Mr and Mrs. for her sister's faIntly, quietly iinilnnhlv. Agonta\ Mallory Steamship! Llll.,. I
you are. opposite Jones wilt spend seVeral ..E:3.2: :, :;,. + '!:!. = + '
::::. +
L -_ good or bad for you or distasteful to for each of his family and supposing I went over and sat In the chair week__ In bt. Augustine before until other arcollireineilia- ,' nun -- -' es=:: Je

you is likely to be good or bad or distasteful many to be worth 10 per cent per annum before the desk. Why I did so I do leaving Florida/ for Hannibal, Mo., be n s'de.111QHt:! has the' ;;ve'd.. bent; -

r to him. each Immigrant adds $2,000, for not know. Presently I turned and began where they reside. wishes of all her friends In this trj ",
; ing hour. m""rm"mm"mm", ", ",
each member of his to rummage the drawers. While Mrs. Cox hus been 111 for
family to the very a
In one respect the other fellow Is [ ; Delicious
MlnsDeBreHS has
doing so I struck my knuckle against a week, and there Is still but slight recovered fiom
like a savings bank which Is not of wealth of the state-the equivalentof / her severe! fall and' 1 has about llnlsh-
bit of carved but Dr. Warren from PAINTS
and Improvement,
drawer
work a flew iE
,,'" much Interest to COO acres of Florida land Patutka ed shipping her line crop of ornngeH. I I
;" you until you have I open. It contained two papers one of who Is In attendance, looks Bon Bons -

_ put some of your treasure In it. Ten thousand Immigrants/ would which I opened and road. for recovery soon. Mrs. F. O. Coclirann is rocnveiing : that Illveal' -

I I ', This is a beautiful world to those add more than the value of the Everglades I need not give the text of this document Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlck and Mr. from severe cold. Mr Cochrnne, Inenjovlng and Wall \ a

who have eyes for beauty and the / besides increasing! the demand It was the narrative of the and Mrs. Jones took In' the beauties : R"ootJ."lth. and still hits a C= .Paper, Kiilsomlnc, 3
good bit ot hi fine fruit S Glass nnd Yurnl h ::3g
to
ship. ChocolatesAll .
Instead of the of the Ocklawaha river last
other fellow is a bully good fellow if supply of Florida land daughter of au English army officer one day Mrs. Pnxtorfleld U gaining' iiftLr == :

_ you are. and Increasing its value Instead of wbo hail come to America and taken a week. her fall. She Is able< to go nbout hi'r 1 Homa-Made JAPALACDODGE'S i

If you haven't spoken a pleasant diminishing\ Ten thousand Individuals < position as governess A married man Mrs. Courtland Middleton had the room a very little. Candies -

'; word to some other fel.ow this day would mean only about who visited the house where she was misfortune to have. a runaway lust Mrs Ga/es still his! two vIsltoiH. Something! new milled 1fc
k 2,000 families. employed had fallen In love with her week, but ns there WAS no one In the Mrs. E. ,Cropper And Miss ClincnCropperof [ PAINT STORE,
then of
what good use is your power and had Insisted< on divorcing his wife buggy at the time, there was no Asbury Falk, N. J, MI'''. I every day.
We believe that PnlathK Flit
of speech? the advertisingand harm. done except to the vehicle : ,
i : and< marrying the governess. The man Cropper is a Baltimore, womim, mid I :::
the work that would bring/ 500,. was of strong will and Induced her to : which wee pretty well smashed has several fine houses there. Ulie I L. A. SMITH mmmmmmmmmm
against tree Dr. Pecks houso. u
000 people to Florida would / a near 110W tins a beautiful,
cost less summer home
EQUAL LAWS FOR ALL. comply, The deserted< wife gave birthto !
; 1 ha horse, which WitS frightened l ty> / Lemon St, 1'alutka.
l\llIryland" at that
than popular i
draining the "Thp lesoi -
'll\des.
: Everj This
daughter few
only weeks before
I ; uovernor: Joseph W. Folk, who became a u train, was Immediately hnrnessi-d" t, Asbury Park. _
t- number would double the value of the marriage of her husband with her to another buggy and driven home.A : WHEN YOU WANT
the most popular man In Missouri Florida and rival. 1). Perry has a fine new home and,
property the
because he dared to enforce the people now strange character dropped Into is very generous In taking\ his friends
t r' laws without fear or favor until lately in the state would gut the benefit. The second wife seemed from the Pomona recently, a man saying he about. There have been very few Furniture, JIattings\ ,.
We think that the state administration narrative to have been a very unhappy wna Dr. Harvey, from Philadelphia ,h cress as good us this one In this IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE.

has been too busy shoving grafters could do more for the peopleof woman She> was Ignored by her family Mull dressed, and of refined and edu community-she came dliectly from The Atlanilo Coast Lino and Its connections Oil Cloths, Linoliums, Hug,
in Jail to talk about\ his work. But Florida and In England, which was aristocratic. elated appearance without money orally the west. Mr Perry bought; her In are nowo oratlug solid
through
:' : \ ;' in a speech which he made the other earn a better! place in She was received by the society of New particular destination. He act;* Jacksonville. We cnn't find out her trains from Jacksonville to Atlanta via Art Squares or Window

I; day In :Boston he told pretty clearly I history by giving Its energies/ to immigration York but the friend* of the woman ed very strangely and was found 'to cost.Mrs. Wn)'crone, Tlfton and Macon with Shades consult

-. what he Is aiming at. He said : than to getting! \ more land. she had supplanted never lost an opportunity lo under the Influence of powerful Gates is again .about after n through coaches to Nashvlllo, and Full- ,
it We doubt If a very high place In history chugs, and to be a man lito in a light severe selge of la grippe. man Buffet Sleeping: Cars to
BU Louis
% The trust manager defies the laws to slight her. It: appeared form. He was taken good care of and, Chicago. /? S. MOONEY.We .
: of the state against combinations and will be gained by leaving monuments 1 that slio was good at heart, but had by those who first found him and --------- ruins leavo
that may be pointed to as 1 been led by the man wbo loved< her. was kept several days in an old Fewer Gallons; Weais, Ijonger. C'oaatLinc Jacksonville via Atlantla : carry a big line of these goods and
monopolies and then dully at U
calls for the : and
"Broward's ditches."-Tlmes-Un lou. At hIs dealt he made her all tbe atonement house near Mr. Kdmond. At last no- Fewer Tifton 1 :00p. ra., artlve lire making exceedingly low prices no.
:25
Gallons Wears : a. m, Macon 4.40
protection of the itate for his ; Longer. : a. m., At-
J prop bit could by leaving her his entire counts he had gone to VVelakn
lanta 7
:110 .
: m,
i erty. of ot where was given him to to Chattanooga 1:15 p'.m Undertaking and
: Speaking the future the people property. money go Wh.tWill Naabville A:85 p. m., Lvonevllle 1.25: a. Embalming.

The dram-shop keeper wants the of his race, President Booker T. Ills widow, now possessing an enormous :- Jacksonville. "That Smelly Happen constructed(a It. m, Kt. Louis 7 :.OH/ a. m. and Chicago

,1 III;, law enforced against/ the man who Washington says in the American fortune found berself alone In J. A. Kelsey: en route from Orlando building Is scandal public U :.30) a m. I

_ I I i robs his cash-drawer but thinks het Illustrated Magazine: 1 the world and. uninfluenced by the to New Hampshsre(. WAS a guestat patriot a exclaimed the GenII connections are made at Jacksonville Play Box Ball

4 I has : husband not only vent to the Welch cottage Monday and from all Florida )points, thus
a a right to break: the law requiring Whatever special difficulties gave rimorsoat "Never "
: the mind,
answered FIr aR'o.
the
ueedny. Degraft ding quickest and most Richards'
convenient Alley Griffin Lot
having broken on
I T his saloon to close on Sunday. negro has to face, whatever obstacles up and despoiled a soothingly; "it'll soon blow over.Washlnl'ton ."- service from this territory to the ,
t, The burglar detests the lawbreaking race prejudice or his own family but made) an effort to find the The V. I. A. has been having\ some Star.Tk..kf1 WlBtFor. Umlor new managementLadles
history ,
t child that hod been born while she was work clone around the church which
al of the trust but considers the place in his further Information sea ticket play/ free
:. may way, the negro, under doing 10. The narrative ended wltb i is great Improvement. Wednesday afternoons
For .. ... agent, or, "< onsult The "
4 '. scacuce against Small M l Purple Folder. 3 to 6
Ice
housebreaking as an freedom, has the right to work, mention of this effort water. F. O. Buflly, Mgr
i ; : luterference with his lib at least in the H. F. Flanders Dead. A man lost a leg In a railway occident -
personal south and work for I bad no sooner taken up the other and when | .

;. f erty.Governor the best things the world olfers. lie paper than I saw that It was a will, The following account' of the deathof first word he snit they was picked, "Thank him up the the .2J.ou.ij coi. TTD,,... ..

Folk thinks that King has the opportunity to make himself and my astonishment was great to see Hiram F. Flanders a foimer well- Lord. It was the leg with the rhenrna-
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: Graft has Just about come to the useful and to share the benefits that my own name written In.It Than I known citizen of Nashua Is taken tlsm III It"-Atlanta Constitution.

I end of his reign! his genius and his labor confer on read that this person of my name was from: New Hampshire paper: : I We FurnishGood -l

4 Wealth is not worshiped with the those around bIn:. That Is, It seems left all the testator's property. The Hiram F. Flanders, a well-known 'I

; same devotion It used to be. A new to me, what emancipation means, In took matter both being unintelligible to me I veteran of the Civil War died at his Wornert'as Well a as Men Are Made 1
to Mr. Shanklln. On
papers
home, 27 Spring street nt 4 o'clock
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standard has been established; new practise. to the negro. That Is, after reading them he looked at me wonderIngly :riuniliiy:: morning/ Feb. llth, llKHt. of Miserable by Kidney and {
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r yet old-just honesty; that Is all. all, nearly all that it .could mean.POINTED then naked me a number of ques heart disease, .after mi Illness of three I f

The remedy for corruption baa been p.... tlons. Finally he said to me: "This, I weeks. He was 81 years! of I nge, and Bladder Trouble. riclor'J 2rf.cgiws"

;; found in the hearts of the people.f .- PARAGRAPHS.The happen to know, Is the latest will disposing find made his home In the city for Kidney trouble the I "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE

.f ': The Scrap Book.SYMPATHY. of your father's property by hIs the War past.he two located years. Before the Civil discouragcsandlessensauibttion preys upon ; mill.l'l IN THB WORLD" ; Groceries i iI
man who loves his joke Is usual second was here for a number .
--- --. -- wife! who left It to ;you Instead of years us a steam/ and gas fitter! -. I.. vigor and Ask your newsdealer for tills superb
,. WITH ly unpopular. of her relatives, who claimed It. I He was born In Danbury and af. at ness anon disappear magazine. If be clues not bundle it I C

UNIONS. Put yourself in tbo other man's place bought this house from her. It Is the tcr learning his trade, SHtllcd in this when the kidney.are I, send us his name and address with>0fr Every Day

I In nothing that President Roosevelt and you may stop abusing him. house In which you were born. The city He soon went to Iioudon, near -- out of order or dis- i] name and address and zoo for sample r

has said or done since he entered It Is commendable to save your mon testator's portrait bnngs In the drawingroom. Concord, where, In addition to woik- .s. eased. copy. Regular price ajc. Mention

; public life has he so firmly and ey, but It Is not commendable to look It. The estate has not yet been ing/ at his trade parts of the year, liecarried become Kidney so trouble Ins I this paper. ; in the t

Impressively illustrated his faith in We worry as If we bad to go through turned over to the claimants, and I on a farm. When the war \ t that it Is not prevalent uncommon Burr Publishing Company
4 shall, If between the states broke out, he I 4 West :32 a whole year tomorrow Instead of Just you wIsh Instruct my lawyerto ; for New York City
Individualism so to call It, as In his promptly enlisted and fought In a child to be
1 enter this will Year.
In behalf. born
one day. your afflicted with, .
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relations to the labor organizations. many of the most important cam, --
The cares and worries of life look Thus It was that two life lines crossed iizns. weak kidneys If the I
i He looks upon them as no more than though one of the two beings was pit chiM urinates too often,if the urine scalds ;
'e pretty good after all to those return- At Its close he settled In Mobile, European Restaurant.Furnished Our Ooods are Fresh and New
4 means to an Individual end. He dead at too time of crossing My moth. Ala for t the northern the Seth or if, when the child reaches au e
Ing to town through the cemetery gate. Longing climate when it should be : and wo would like to have.
able you
:. has scant patience with those who er directly before my birth had bated again, be. came to .Lowell. age to control thepna.nRe
When a soldier returns from a battle it is afflicted
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call and
yet with bed-wet Inspect them,
: dream of her rival and I understand MUMS., where he worked for
a grand socialism of labor his of the Is Interesting can my Inherited six: years Rooonts.
story fight more ting/ ,depend upon it, tuecause of the dUll-
nt his trade Then '
with antagonism on seeing the he had an cpen- If It Is not convenient for
every man standing portrait lit you
and less culty kidney
upon an truthful It he returns trouble and the first
k: 4 equality and no man doing/ better or 1 alone. Out why while looking at It I his lug. home In Nashua for 27, Flu., where From he Flori mode step should l be towards the treatment of Hot and, Cold Daths ,; to call. Just phone :your order In to
years.
F1. worse than any of his associates. It Of course friends are a good thing should haw Involuntarily searched the da, lie moved to Plainfield N. J., these important organs. This unpleasant At No, 8J, and It will rcoolve promptand
desk
Is another trouble due ,
matter which I leave to a diseased condition of
e [ Is the Individual In but when misfortune where he remained until he careful attention.
the labor organization comes to you came to tbe bladder
for and
solution to those engaged In kidneys and not to a
psy- this CJias
which do wish bad city to spend hid lust days. Kupperbusch'sPalatka
of-
rather than the organization/ you you more chical research. habit as most people suppose.
I Itself or its machinery. that friends, or dollars?-Atchlson Globe. He( was a life-long republican. Women as well a esnedal.ly TUOMA8 JODSON.
BARBER Ho
early affiliated himself L.
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n. with Masonry Fla. C.
'.4 I appeals to him. -' ,-- and .U a member of a Concord with kidney and bladder trouble, : Stephens S'
Deafness Cannot Ho Cured, and both need the same great ,
remedy. P !?
lodge, of Israel
The President Is In Hunt council, B. W. I
entire .;, .. The mild and ,
sympathy immediate No
the
p by local applications: ::I u they cnnaot: reach tholltooa.ed Lund off rprl. M., of this city and was a charter effect of better time than NOW to subscribe
iho,
with the efforts of the labor way to our portion d. or and 5r,IhM Tliera l IH oonNtltutlunal only one I New Zealand I 1M not exactly contiguous member of the Knights Templar Swamp-Root 1 i- soon realued It is lolcl I for th" News' : 1 year 11.00. KIrby" and H ,
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I unions to secure agreement with all remntllei' I olD'jn:: .M I U :-l: by nln- to or a part of Australia as many oommandery of Palatka Fin Ho by druggists in fifty-

1 employers that eight hours shall constitute fliimait a".lachl..o'I'lIb.,, condition.. oftba When luuioim 11,1. tube IliilnK.IN ., nl. the seem to Inmglae. there being a slight was past commander of Pomonti, cent sue bottles.and one-dollar.You ffiKotlHH. t Palatka Florida

I i ) a day' work. But he Is fear- ynil rl:7"d:: :,,::,.bl.a1.: Bound or Imperfect tnflitmml difference of some 1,700 miles between post, ((1. A, R.. In Florida. and at the have a sample bottle may .- -------_ .,

ful that restriction of .. !. entirety' I.. clou, Dear them Things go by contraries In the list national encampment In Denver, by mail free also ... .. I
any the n. the reeult, and ual. the laflnmma. ('nl., be was a member of the council a BomofSwipamphlet -e "" fte! "'
? amount of labor that a man is lion Gail be taken out and thle tubo, restored in "land of the kangaroo. The farther of administration. telling all about Swamp-Root I Study at Home
permitted II.
to do In one day I la an economic .- forevori normal nine condition..... out bearlnff of ton will are be oaUMed utrovrd, by north you travel the hotter It Is-125 I He Is survived by a wife, a son, I,r including, many of the tliousuiids of testimonial tTHI" degrees In the shad In letters vMinpir f1mfl ot tuning,, .
C aurrh, whlon l I. nothing. but au lunmuuil, Queensl8nd.LllfDum two half-brothers" half sister received from *'1uc ,"..." _ 4 blunder. Upholds that It rurs condition of tile muaoua eurfnocaWe vItae, which sinks In other It and cured In writing Dr, EUnIce.UfTerer.1 y. l | your '' "n I In Itfb... If ,
waters ..vetalnl..c.. nnd nephews. .;:= ,,:,: : Withlh' l tot
will :
; give one Hundred' imllim for j I
counter to any Btnghauitou N. ..., 'r.L.g.I.!not IMIV*bnma Osteopathic Physician
Individuality and V be
will ultimately In and -
oaeeof floats Australian w.terThe The sure mention -
Deafneeafoniifred funeral ,
will
( by catnrrbj lCd take his ,
at :. AHiluantc
can place tJ::::.:
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this ,
not be cured by HMU'a catarrh Cure" Bend Christmas d: paper. Don't make mistake I g.b emo., khetT.osi. Office at Rwildoucr r ,
prove to Impair the fine ... for lIner Is eaten In Melbourne lnt. home on Hprlng street .at aim: any -ZJ circular
,tr.
ce: opportunities for advancement and r. 1. vnINBT a 00..Tolodo, O. and Byilne when 1C i Is over 100 degrees Wednesdayatt..rnooo. I but Dr. Kilmer's remember Swamp-Root the name, Swamp-Root '. .",..",:. .I.I._"lid":i.:_.' :.._; -
and ,
_____ ; benefit which wisely managed labor gold Take by Uull PruincKM family, prICe Pills' 'Wo.(.ur constipation. I la the ,"od8. dress, Blnghamtou N, ,,V., on the every ad. :Ad.u.L'J ;:r k::: rI"'" Ail Curable Diseases miuoessfullr treed -
Fewer I without
Gallons; Wears Longer. bottle I I drugs. f.hronto eases
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mmcaf Crescent "isTewsCUK8OENT AS A TALE I ty and friendship of himself and
Fur Flnlt City wile and. other friends associated/
Ii Florida East Coast
with him. While we mourn his Railway.local
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that he to remain with
was permitted
"GroceriesIUId (J. H. Marsh\ left last week for St. _
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CITY.
us to long.Bspeobuliy Time Card No. i 64. In Effect. January 9 1906.
Augustine. Mr Marsh will meet do ,
Is ooo of the most bonutlful ,, Hon. Edwin Gilbert Passe./1 we wish to recognlz'
loiiutUina In li'lorlria. Tourists friends at (hat placo and Journey. by the gift to this town and the Southfield SOUTH-BOUND-HEAD DOWN. NORTH-BOUKO-R6AD. UP.
Away Full of Years And -_- __ -
l Conference: of the imud u
will Hud It an Ideal spot to slow deri'| (! ,s, stopping for several, building
Honored.Hon. as our auditorium and for school No. sa No. 85 re. S. No. 55 STATIONS No. 18 N" 74 No. oa No. OHDall1'
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spend tho winter, or pnaa a few wet-Its en route Havannnli' Chin'lea- He has perpetuated his Daily Daily D..II1' hotly Daily Daily V.II1'i

3 Table Delicacies, lays The of town keen l la delight. ton, Washlngl-an ntid I'il hid,'I pit Ia. Kdwln) Gilbert, of OllOf//{".- influence purposes In n wny which we hop j; s ito j-; es ; .00 a L..Jact..oyllle..Ar I lie P -7 toP '7 40 a 8-40 --;

on Crescent Lake Everyone i'egiet.d' io hey Mr. town. Conn., a wlntur rouldmit, uf will be of h.8tlllgIl'00 to ourselves ........".. 4 211 P 0 118 ..... .. ._..80. JlICluoovlll..LI' 7 Si 11:1: a ...
I (nn arm of the St. Johns River) ( 1110 P a 40 10 sit a 806, a H .......ilt. Aulru.tlou........ 8/0: so( a 1 40 a
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l Fruits Nuts Etc and U 100 miles by water and Marsh (go. Crescent" City sinew 1882!: died of dlit- and families, and to.thosu who sliul ......."_. e 111 p 111 ........... ._........./I..UM.. ............ 611\I\ 42 ..
77 mlliw. billie gather Ht these annual oonfi-renonB 02D p 0 87 11IIt2 846 L..K..II'tII"'k..LV' __\ a .O_..'awj !
rail Ills
B {," order with H by train Jacksonville Tho News renews \Its Biiifgastlon of Ht winter cottage here Ht 11o'ulol Resolved that a copy of this mln POOp"66; ..Wmt$ Ar............ 1'"I.k., ............1.. 1JO- 00 im'im .
"V" your limb yen i' hat the oily I utitliorll I Itl >Wi'dnosdiiy nlht| February urn he .nent to M ro. Gilbert and he .!!l.2! 00 p 11 06 5 820 a L............ 1'.1'k. ............Ar 700 M a.. 70&nrp a
J. W. MUXER anti SI' The all day river ride on the honor 38th, iijcrd 81)) years mid six uiuon hits. I published also In the. 1'alutka Nttws ............ ; ; rr .-........... Ar......._H, 'I Melee:-:=XC6 I '' : i iJlO6D8esa505aLv..Onttuteo :: ::=: :::::--;:-
will nob bn steamer Grnsoent from Jacksonville of the Into Hon. Kdwln Oil- Crescent March _!.!! (\ ...........Ar 7 M ( 800 .
] you disappointed 1'1 P1 \ to Crescent City, Is one burr, take some steps\ by resolutionor For thin put year and a holt Mr. City ad. lUOfl. .._..-. irperwp.;.::::::::::: .L'..._....." I = AS to qualify of the Qllburt him Dr. Beeves, Mr.\ Chafer and MrHtebblns *2 15 ., itnmoll 4 lIlt 80
: .itnd ,. Florida delightful experiences. of otherwise to ru-chrlston (Ihn Auditorium sulfured much from each spokn briefly and feelIngly =: : : t U N tl.:::::::::: :"a.--:::::::. UIiPWL: :::::::::: : 4 f ::::::::: :: : 22 : : ::: : ::

::! .priori.V loaves Jacksonville travel. The at 8 steamer a. tu. as "Tho Gilbert Il1sll1 ule." the dlrumsa of which hi died. His / of the deceased and all paid ii'av''p : :: t ij'; 65''jdl y : :: :::::::.Otou.1.?.. Orn.cid. LioneL..,..'::::;:: : '4'02" : !:: iiij"a.: o

!: \ inaltu/ /a .specialty. of a every Tuesday, Thursday and Thin that/ the building may bear Hie final lllui-ss diites from Sunday, Feb. hitch tilbute to his worth as a citI. 1160 p 8 48 P 1 (J\I\ P It IN a. "......."...buycons, ........".. 8 S'S 87
2 l.h. On Monday It was thought he zen and Christian. ............ 8 87 p I iii p. ".........I.ort Or.nMo......... d 41 21
I') the Saturday, reaching Crescent name of Its donor, who wits' always Kav. Dr. said that. after all\ !31102 9 20 2 1B8J' ii 44 a Ar..l City at 0 p. m. 'ihlg trip la the the friend of Crescent: was linprovlnpr\, but on Tuesday' he Gray io2t.o-gr TIi 444 Ar..Lskelleiou ......._.Li 1245 eoi
p P p
City.
I, only daylight rIde up the broad had 111101 her turn for the worse and we were not so much concerned now 1085 .10811 a CM P 401, p .... .........OrangeClt,............, .usie p..8./ 4U p a40 p
I., Grocery i ia and plitureflqiie St. John Rev. Father Harry pastor of St. about what this good man had doneIn 10 Sos .1040OO.p D_OOJ ..Or..nIlO t.lly Junction., I 12 I / 40 P 4'J! !
The steamer. has cabins MOn\ Ices from I that lny I I 111 I ins following I night life an we wer In the fact thah ha n-eo.TliOp TIr U 64 a L.a.w .."',,.rn..........!.. -tia I ifa"4-01 a
pretty church. Palatkn' will aMY of hU di'v-tli he was kept alive by h.v IIbeen washed. In the blood of the 05 P ala p............ .. ..........O.klllll..Ly.. 244 24 .
and offers a delightful outlook here Ar..TU"'vlJle............ U Oil a.. '51311
inan8 next Monday for the ln-nn- Lamb B8J L.P !Ijj! .. .! .!
i even In stormy weather. perilurnilo injections of tlmul'' is. and was now In the presence! i ;...-........ .Ar..K".luroJ..I.. SQ ......... ..... .. .
Business'I Crescent City i is the center of fit of our CMbollc c1tl ells Mud vlxl- Mast\ of the tlmu on Tuesday and of God a redeemed soul. ltnG .. ..................,, .............. .......... 110 a 1180 a
the tors. The services will pTObnbly be It, l Is to bn regretted that. morn' r 1iop; TIfP i2iip Ev.f; .., ............ '4' Tif .
.. middle orange growing Industry In held Wednesday he lay with his eyes could not have known of the inwet ? p .21 _..... .. ....._...('urea............. L. 187 00. ....

r !/itnd!Xc..l.in It w strlre to groves Florida surround and the beautiful place "iitlKT nt Harry Mrs' Bpi'HRue's while here, Crescent will be Inn.tho closed and In 8uml- t.upOI', and his Ing. Many had others would have been ..p : = 4"p .:::::::itonkiedgo..;..;.anrkleIee, Hotels.;;..::: :: I 181 94 C. .... :.::::::.:. ..

Ilr Good boating. hunting and, !'ueiit of Mr. and Mrs. David ])' W"M. last conscious acts were signs of recognition the present meeting they was hastily known of called It. cud Bu : : OOnt it a : 21 14 t ::: :::::: :: ::::::::::K.itmoihourue.:.." :tJiIIe.:: :::::::: :: g n c I.2.::::: :::::.J i :......:.: .

-.- fishing will afford amusement of Mr.. Gilbert and a fold- In order to have Hev. Mr. Wight -.9. 11II a 411g ...... .. ..........,S.brutlnn ........... II CO p.. a.. i1 a.... .
for sportsmen The new hlghwjiy to the railway liiK of his hands In when and whose A 45 g 44 ... ::. '/o't' Jucle..' :: :A gA .. J liU
launches. as prayer present, purpose wan to 00 : (II "p :::::::: ; pmoroe::::::::: ifti C i 12'iiii";
8 Naptha be
Fl Hco' UK lio for HAY can secured junction Is bclnir. quite generally Uev. L. H. Chafer knelt by Ills bedside leave on the three o'clock p. IR. ua a II W .. .....-... TIlI.aiIs. ".........." 10 22 01 ...
cheaply for water trips. train. iII a 024 .. ...............Ed..I.,...... .... moms O ..
!:I ORAIN !and FKBTIL1ZEU3. <: ri Crescent City has good hotels UHecl. The rond cuts oil mill shorten to pray at 10 a. m. on Wednes -- Sit a 8 W p. ... .. ...._......Je'.n' ......."..".. 10 18 .1. 48 p.p.....
;r;) MR and boarding houses at mode. thA distance to the depot and wheicoiiipleled Hon. Edwin Gilbert was a self 40 5 085 .... .... .............heart............... 1004 a.. 81 ... .'
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day. made man. He amassed a greab 14 a 7 lit p.. .... ........ ........" 0 85 p...
RM rate rates.Beautiful. will titake a tine driveway. The body was prepared for shipment fortune In the wire and iron bunlness. 83 a 721 p. .. .. .........11''r.t. JIII'U"......... .. 8 ZI .. p... 40 .._._
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shaded walks and Great mO a 711II p Ar.. .West 1'.lIn 11"0" 8 r.O 1'1' ""II on p 4
credit im
due Mr. W. B. At the time of his death he
Camp to his home in Connecticutand 50 a 5 21 I' I.y......... Vain ,itneii,'.........I.e 8 4u 08 I' In Oil P
bicycle paths.Bcrnnpinnnnnrnnnnrnrrrnrrnn bell for his efforts to .securo and hlll was at the head of the Gilbert & Bennett e i7 a 6 00 a B 81 P ....Weal I'nhn, Beach "...Ar B 10 8S 1IOal: P
left on the .afternoon train ol .......... 25 a BO' .... "............lIr'ynto..L. 74 a..0 hI 1'-... .
work In construction of this roud.JnniM Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Gilbert Manufacturing 'Co., George* ""._..... 88 5 eec ...._ .............,n.lroy............. .. 7110 03 P ._.......
J. W. Miller town Conn. Ho was formerly a .. .. ..
._. 88 5 iO Oil .. ....y"rt 40 09 P.
McCandlans of 1 Klhnbcth N. Miss Florence Jones and Dr. member of the Connecticut Ingltln ."."_-_ 42 s It 0 IMI ._ ............. 4 Oil P ...
r.Ii. r., ture. as .10110 p.. ..._. ........... mnnm a.. 48 p...
M J., arrived lust week and will spend Dlggett/ Ins attending, physician. He built and endowed a costly. ......"...."....S 20 .104& .... ......... LaiIioriuie..e" 05 2t P..._
: 1 Thisir the church edifice In Georgetown for the 880 ,,10 liD pAr...... .. .... 00 a.. 10p520p.
::! Crescent City, Fla. :i iI' S the 11House month at Urovn Hall. Mr. Meandluss Mr\ Gilbert was aman held In tml-, / benefit of tho families of his employes ............ ..........p.. ....... Lvi ........... : .......a.. 00 ..............
] lius been coining to Cr.'". vel'fllLllllld kindly esteem by the people and gave' much to other. anti ............ so a............. ................ Ar I .. ... ....... so p..............

I'] aD a r.r. r.r. r. c a' aoa ..... I..!oj CIOllt City many years, but tins skip of Crescent City. With Mr .UII- numerous religious and charitable it ftrei Parlor Car.on train.28,29, 75.7. ltuWot Si.epin Cars on tm us 85, 50,28,55.S .

p. ed 6s for the lust two winters Hncl us bert he had bpen coming here winters causes. One of his latest gifts was Daily sxoepl Sunday.CONDN5ED .
that of trO.HIO(< to the Moody Instltutn .
SCUEDVLE IIETitVEEN JACKSONVILLE ANDS? AUGUSTINe
0. cunstHlu"nclI( there Is is three-folc for the past 24yeerc and the wel-
Bin anaaaiaiaiB'n5i'a'3'j'3i'3DCCircouoW ' r:", 1;'" ] at Northfleld. .
nmn r. r.n a r.r.r.r. 1'1 p That Sells Goods delight In welcoinlnif him' tills time. fare of the town had a warm place In Edwin Gilbert, was a good man and SOUTHBOUND Na. 23' S.29t "

nl'l his heart. lie has the world l Is better for his esimy Dully Daimy Daily Dilly Daily D.iiy E5N ,
!: Our now line of rrnIJP1 :! r 1..'" 1'h8tnlllllll town election hits bui-n, at times held living.

: nnnn c:;J at the lowest pricoe.rr j II: called by Mnyor Sprngue for the second arge .property Interests here and Lv.Jsckeonvlils llttOa t2ita iiOJ. I SO p 8 00 s mm p 0 00 p
Wears
t41 nnnn No quack methods. i ut' l Tuesday hi April-the M. Thei'u, rarely If ever has he spent a winter Fewer Gallons; Longer. UtiCa 10139. 2101. 3OOpdOOpl5pO29j. II Iii p 1000 p
WI SHOESFor
nn :i No Sale! Siula. No rr. will be two iild rmen to eleur to flllciuiclcB here without enthusiastically ud- LAKE COMO.Mr. NQRTBDOUNDLvSt.AugimMIn.

ni: dauu'! ::! nielioinechowg. Hut fji rnimed by explratlun if vJlOclnjt some project for the upbulld-
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Men, Women .. rn: just straight-forward rn erms. T. S. Bates anti W. C. Norton. Ingot/ this section. His latest and and Mrs. James Cockcrnft ;; dti9pitmO pit me amiso sIiia1iIsit iJ7 55 aArjsck.ouvIIIe.

p. and Children QU UUUU :J work trying to please rn Besides ihfre will be n mayor, clerk beet benevolence was' tIle| deeding to spent several. days In Palatka. las .. '7 40 h, 7 ._ 7 ii) p I ii) p iii Ii) p it 40 p1 7 41) 5 40 0 20 ii 5 Sit a
week. TraIns oompeeed szeitmivoiy of Pilman or l'arlor Car.and extra cent(trewlli bo cimarged.t .
11 1I.t in
: ::3 you every respoct : IInd assessor, tex collector t xn 8es- the town last whiter of the Auditor. bay aoaGbQ operated on thus. tral...on e hInt no extra er.oalrare is charge..!.
Tlft should n I tract your attention :J roi"", We are getting in new HJ Nor ..nd marshal to elect. There will hint for school and other public purloses. Mr. Wheeler of L. I. In a /guest at ao.1ff -- -- .
It you are after the uu "J5 the: Avenue Hou c. !fo. S3 No. Ci No. So
goods now and want bo no scramble/ For of tlieso Thin structure cost about 10 DaIly' No. lB NO' ""
kind that are guiirtttitiM-d 1 atnn: any plaos. Sun. Maypor' liranch S..n.
UkUk to wear well. We can't u; c to sell you. We in- J3,] In fact, with but two or threeeXCeii DUOO.\ The lower floor Is an assembly Ben Ha.ymal.t visited Palatka I last, ..r; 0011' D a ii7 :...::. D.1\l' Ouly Daily

tJU afford to keep any other 1.1101 iil; vita you to call on us. nu! 1 iflils tlit'so offices hall/and the upper floor Is dIvIded\ week. r i j; iWa i TUlIp W1 i Ly..Ju.kltO"vlllo, .........Ar.. 7iT iTip i ) fllflm ==
101 go it-begging. 240 piimuO 640 P 8114 5 A..I.."..," Ileno"........ 550 '1110 a 450 p......__
time
kind. At the James for home
t Cock croft left his
seine No use for to KO nu Into rooms for public school .I h .... .. .... .
you 'hern. will bo olf' rts made to Induce purposes. 248 P 10lll! 5 sit 8 &0" .Atlu"t1oJlolWb. 1145 .1146 446 ..._.
l' P
EftUk I we have endeavored to com ..::! t::! or send for ( '> The Kouthlleld Bible Conferences at Northport L. I., after several .100 p 1\10 1 00 I' 0 1ft a .. ............ 1..JPor......."......L. e 59 ,,11 80 4 80 P .."..........
away
ulna style with wearing| u..: Jr. Sprague to retnln the mayoralIp) month stay with his family here.

ttJ: qualities, and after you rw:! 1..rl goods that we nave on rjk.: I he general l sell tllI1..nt being that he are held In the Auditoriumeach Capt.! and Mrs. Morrell left; Wednesday PENINSULAS AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP/ CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

Hi.Uk. have tried on a pair you account of prices. rnI l is the year and the expense of these
one man for the place.11ev. for their home In California.Bd. .
; will acknowledge our success. !pin) L MI'I meetings( have been largely", borne by Close Connection Muds si Miami with Steamships of he P. ft O. S. S. Compsnv for

Ufank::J nil -e- rJrJ M" ])1'. W. W. Julsten rector ofSt. Mr. Ollbrt. F. Sullivan la putting acety- Havana West and Nassau.

rtlol nil !Mary's Uutliollo churolt at Nor- lone gas in the Avenue House and Key ,

"I.", Of Course Everybody nil il I CONE wuy Mich., who has been iip-iiest: atOrove.lIitll Edwin Gilbert was an old man and naklng various other Improvements. Three Sailings Each Week.
owing to his enfeebled condition of It Is quite a popular boarding house,
nt. "In these dIKlfhlkllows/ fri nn Li.t iil during the pnst several. the past year, his death did not comeas and l Is filled with guests. Trains discharge passengers at ship's side. No transform.

nknk: how we excel In ta weeks, left for his home \lust !Mon- Thn.0 Time Table ahow the time at whlrh trnln. may bit expected to arrive at and depart
[ ::1 :i iCJ The Shoe Man, t trj day morning., thcr Jolsten a great surprise. He was lam 11- The ladles V. I. A. held their from tlinvoveral; ..tatlnna. but tholr arrival: or departure al time, Urn.,. etated la not guarantee!
:' :i iu / camehere arly known by all our citizens, however monthly meeting/ Tuesday. They nor I.1111.Jomp"oyto be hold re.ponIbio| for any.IoIaysoranyoone.qiiouoe.arising tuoretrotn.
: Groceries.
Crescent Flat ) for relief from an ncuto throat will give an Ice cream"' social and bazaar .
SB City, rouble\ and owing to thn mild cll and his death has caused general Tuesday !March lath. At the For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

tiI: : uow and "aIlMun/.hllf/ goods assi ... t lute soon reccilred bi-iu-Ilt.. lie cx- 1 and heartfelt sorrow. To Mrs. Avenue House. Admission 25o. "SEE TUB TICKET AGENT."
arriving' ; dnlly You can'
his wife
devoted of
UiUk:: depend on Fresh; Groceries "' "' I01"'uJ44.1 Jl.jJLLJ.J.44 pressed himself clinrinod with our Gilbert nearly There was preaching In the M. E. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Uk) 60 the sympathy of these :..
Ilttlo years church Sunday 8.11.. by the pastor. -
I'lf" town as 0.1. place of rest. Befcregoing
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friends is extended. Rev. W. G. Rector. There
1.1"1 : Weather Report was quitea -
I G.: L. Ghamberlin's if tJ Father.tJoUteu gntlu'rcd' and A public memorial meeting was good attendance and were pleased
33 for the weokond-
City temperature
:: : lacked large numbur or pnlmettos to see Mr. and )Mrs. James Manches-
Muruli UCreflcunt ltilln$
1'1. UK mid at the Auditorium /at 2 o'clock G.S.&F.RIILWMYThe
_ tJn i Creacmt City. M.. M"". Mln. for use In decorating 'vhia cluirt-h on ter, In the choir again.
1.11'1 I:1LJ1.I : for forrebriury on Friday and the school was dismissed
.. c a u 7 a. m. S p. m.0 |I'. m. 4hni S-llir. Paint Sunday.' He ..IH,' took several at. thnt hour out of
"'!II rrr.r..r.r: .a:; ,,,,,,,(ljrJ ,prn.I&r; : :! Siindny. M 17 O.I 78 MM. the; dead. Tho stores nlso all closed Best Route to
-- ---- --- Monday !69 aoII/ tout 61 obtained from Mrs, Cowbiirn "ourtuixidei'niat. old p ha'ton and harness, $ .- 17. Tuiwdliv.. ,M OH M TO HI for the hour of the meeting.Rev. W. G. RECTOB Lake Como Fla.' .
; ,"1.o W(;' ""'w .
't 11II. \\ed n..d..y. VII W.i 4J MlMnroh. 88
Dr. J. K.: Wight of Green 9TCctcon. CUfcmtct ot'u.st't&t.i.?

1. Tiniradny.. 44 ea us lit\ 80 A. M. Norris Is olictilutliiy' ; u pe- : Cove Springs nev. Dr. I). M Reeve'S.i When Toil Visit Crescent City .
i Garden Seed W 77 OH in M .}
Fresh Pllday
II
c Obiorvor. Lltlon to the l>oslo11l0.! department! In i pastor of the Presbyterian church Next Time Call and see
G D. WILLIAMS
I 'VanhhiKtoii asking for n Sunday lev, L. S. Chafer Mr. Geo. C. Steb. tlme1>icii,1 J.1>"H.n'f Cl1H.6a.. o.ta ]
For the mil,, Servian, I James W.
uPersonal for Crescent City and >lns, and Rev.! Dr. Jas. M. Gray Long'sStock

j E : the petition ls being generally signed. dean of the Moody Institute. Chicago, V $ >tJ anb modf1QuI oh to.

j Spring PlantingWe [ and Social |e eI' j There linn been considerable made uddres s. of General Merchandise, O'Ht'oHe1

] dltmppointment among visitors here Dr. Wight made the principle talk. Meats Groceries, Dry Goods Two Trains Dally North Bound. ,
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have everytliigyouwant a o oaa r. r. r. r. thin winter at Inability. to get Sunday lie told of his first meeting with Mr. Tin and Stovewear Lamps, Etc. rI I

: In this line. Mrs. :M. K. Arhuul expects to leave mall and the large majority of Gilbert here lu 1882> and his generous Our prices are right. Leave Palatka. No. 2. 6:25 a in t No.10.1:4: pm. !

:::-:: for the north next Mondtiy. citizens: who have nil along wanted It help In the organization of the Pre,- Arrive Palatka... Southbound.. : '
-- -- -- -- 9,10:30 a m. J
Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Berry of Bulti- have refrained heretofore front link- >yt rlan church and In the erection Silver Lake Poultry Yards, \

Our "NO.-44" will cure \ lore were guests at Grove Hall aday IIII It of the department on account or the building. Of his other and u.uncor Place. SlnKI.Comb Brown Leghorn.
i Chills and Fever. Headache of the extra, work It would entail Our UlrUH .are Iuautlunt Mating", not akin.
: or two limo week. on numerous benevolences, and of the Blltmoru Btraln. .:IIKO for tmlulilnKt by cxpro. .
Colds rand Billlousnesi. Try a ... '1 (H> At ] 91. MHO f.w. .
a few but the time seems to have arrived sympathetic, loving fellowship that per'lI yard m ttinica
Mri. J. W. Atkinson of Moline, III., of heuvy weight Bleak Brahman. Fryersn Schedules given above .ae subjec'ltojchange' without notice, and the
f bottle 250.Lound's. here l lust and when! the wishes of the, many iud extended through all the Inter 10 week, whon well foil. Price *..me.. Leg.
arrived Haturilay regIstered ;- horn.. Address 11'. 11. KAHIH.' 8vlll., Kla.I. line of arrival and departure of trains l Is not guaranteed.
mist be given 'precedence C'omo, tilling years. Mr. Wight then readtime
at Grove null. Through Pullman cars from Tlfton ta Atlanta/ Chattanooga/ Nashville,

it Drug Store Mr. and Mr.. Geo. J. Stebblns left untlngton[ and even little Denver, following/ minute of the meeting, I. .4... : :. Sperxcor: : St. Louis and Chicago al-theyear.round. Elegant sleeping cars between

for their home In Brooklyn, N. Y., by reason of "being directly on the which was unanimously I l adopted by Valdosta and Macon. cars Valdoshv to Atlanta

L Flit. by NVedneaduy steamer Crescent.Mr railroad have. Sunday mull\, and a rising vote at the conclusion of thereadlnKI Dentist Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon t

= 2r 8cent City, with more thnn three --- -- Valdosta. cud Jacksonville.
Taylor, for the past several tJlIIU Office at Residence Btraet.. ,
the population of nil these The citizens of Crescent City and Prospect

weeks the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mu- piece combined, does not rile I right the friends attending the sessions of Crescent City Florida, .Information will be gladly as furnished to rates upon routes application, schedules to sleeping car reaervationsetc. ]

StJohns Rlvrby Daylight. Marlin, left for the north on Monday.The In being cut fronit he privilege.\ There he Honthfleld::! Conference desire to I
express their appreciation of the O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent Palatka.
baseJHrtl) \diamond and field has 18 little doubt but that the depurtlunt -
and diameter of Hon. Edwin
The Beach & Miller Line gilts For
CHAU. B. RHODES Gen.
Eggs Hatching. Vice Pre Agb
been put In fli.t-class order, having will grant the prayer of the lllbnrt, who was removed from us to S. F. PARROTT Passenger

Steamer CRBHCENT.Ieav been thorougbly cleaned and smooth- petiLion..rlllt the slirnatures lire gen- his i Heavenly homo on the nlghtof/ From Pure Barred. Plymouth Rock ; per Macon, Ga.

..jBOk on. Tueidayil.TIiur iiay$ rat. February 2Mth. --- -- --- ------ ---- --- --- ------
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and bntunlay. *t lw o.. .::. for Green Cove, --.---._...-- --- For over twenty years Mr. Gilbert Setting of 15. $1 00. ------- -
1'Klntka, Crescent. City and principal Way Mm. W. A. Russell and Mrs. M, K.Arlaiid ins been more or less Identified with
Landings, have returned from n pleasant Bible Conference Closes. Ins as a winter resident. During all Mrs. G. ft. Prevatt, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. j '
Relurnloil ,,,vn'Orosceut! OILY on Weduesda3e. .9 =1 .4.i'
The third annual session of the -
l'rllay Jaukiionvlll, *wb.rl toatot Lauwutroet South eld Bible Conference; onLine, toall EFFECTIVE AVO. 6, 1000.woYeaUhulaTraiU5 ;
Hotel. j
Telephone Tumla Bay ---- -
PaIlI..a wharf foOt nf Lemon .!-< end with the service of Sunday
J. U. Campbell .w III veil at auction
ight. Tht principal speaker for the No North and W..t. ieVsonvIlte
No
tho afternoon of Sat- E. U Jo a
12 o'clock on i last week of the conference; \vaa' Rev.'Dr. .

A. B.TORREY.Undertaker rdiiy the 17th lust., a tine mare and Jus. M. Gray of Chlciigo. Dr. .. 'I. 10 By II II: IQ 1 "Mp''p !; 1""k..II.J.tlP. U. .11... .icy .... IU 1 0"1'LY '" .....
road oart harness elu., us. well as U. .n' I .ni thu' ......
Cray Is an evuiiLjcllst. lhe.. struck a Over Half MillionSATISFIED va'nBh. Oa. toy 2 P 12 isa 1"00 U. .I. I
a L 5 ...... ..
a OIi& .. ..
Emlmlmer.
and xv
household A..Ua. .
valuable K"oU9. a CoiibIu. ... lMp
many popular chord with the Christian .. SI 9 .. .rltm"u. ...... fly .. 7 .
101lp
John O'CallaKhun spent the early people of Crescent City' when he stnt- AOh..rlolo.U.o" "" .. ..ICy II It ..1.1 ..... .....0 By,. ..... V 5 MM..
Full and Coffins. .
Hue of Caskets By llo Ar"o..TouDln .
CUSTOMERS .. lal.
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part of the week at tit Augustinend ell I that tlie conference should not be "P.o.Ulo. .rLoxl"IIO. \
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Telephone 7 '
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'\ HastliiKS, nccompauylnK his ust a place for Christians to gather Riobmond.. ... 8 B, I al" F O.lo..Q I '
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Lv t muoI.u.anI 0 I'utlr .
Do think such business could be built and ..1 5 "''I' ..
CRESCENT CITY FLOBIDA you an enormous up _ _ _ \ .
Itev. Father Jolsten as far asthe -- i 7 i"uIATLmkmIOrg.
friend and themselves with Bible .
gorge! continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit .... SaRI CiSC 42p ArOhlo..W".II..IUII'.rj
--- -- former place on Monday. ruths !but where all trading of half million U Ill III a L.Olooh". P.LU. I a .Oim' ...
: a. place Do you think we could hold the trade a people our A. Olarloll.I. ... .By 5 9 alp, ArOhl".wo..l'Llu. ., I I 7""' ...
An effort Is being made to secure u should hare for Its prlmm object reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? A.A. WO.blnlfln... p B a I 81. I. I Op L.Olool..oa" 0 H I 0 S seem ...
Crescent CUy Transfer Co., match Kft'lleof' base ball for tull af' the conversion 01 sinners, jr.is serious Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors Bankers Businessand ar .I.lmo". .. ...pan sit P = 8.. A.Ohlo.Wo..OH.D...I L 'Pam!!
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Professional men In every section of this country would keep on using Al. ; __ .P P _- Lv' 'imoloimett .. ..0 H.A C "' ::::::
Meota all trains .at Oies more correctly speaking "ilie KU 'IB- closing meeting many arose to Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use it. If it Palo; "low DrawIng Rom H'eepllW' car Ar D.'r... .. .. i 7 ...
tlon. Night trains by appointment. wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated betwecu port T..mp J"oluooYlo 20ev L.vCiiolnuatL... Pa Linea I 8 II'hrk. ...
from 1IoconallDI.ltuoh.. ask the prayers of Christian peoplend I \
men .
Ar PItt.borg..Pa LI I mm .
M. .
8. M. LA lIREE. Manager. Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. .
to evidence a determination to "W..hlnwlooald VIa. Lmnmlted. multi L. '
I John O'Cikllughau. spent the great- Your money back If you are not satisfied. PuiImaflimraWIfls.ROmsmPm,5CarJ5u. IRoin..rJli-t\: \ \ .oI. : ::::
end the Ufa
or part of lust week In Jucksonvlllu.. pew Unlt.d 8t.t. ........Ws.iuinton. D. C. t :_, y Lvt.xmsmgton..wmty ... a si1j' .....
U'C"II"/Im' big farm at The attendance' from abroad. at this _." --- -== ... 8.u""\ \ 5 top' ..
l\r.[ / potato "1 h...found Haynar Whiskey.xc.ptlgaally fine for table and medicinal purpo .Lul..lllo. ,
..:;.
W. B. SHOTWELL conference has not been large Tbm'ouiit"ThsLaodOfthe SI, NoSe A .. I U,
)niegu Is looking \\.III1I1
Builds Row Boats, Rood for a large crop. formerly, but what It lucked here U.8. ...... from "."od.. I fak."u..lle. .,. ...... .so Uy 6. Y b ; i.. : r : ;' ,' T7m::': :

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and makes all wall more then mAde up locally. Tho !: i : ::: In' J..UI "o cuougunati.r.eiIie.NO
Repairs boats buggies There was little damage by last ,, .. m.ul.plnl. .
kinds of wool work repairs at his shop tjmna and tender Interest of homo (>..oplt- hits been .... coal ll.p. =.--.= -- --- ------- -
week's frost early ....
HAYNER WHISKEY N O. 5OIO
In rear of his MEAT MARKET. manifest from this etnrt. .; H..Uprll.. .. iBp JORT H wu'r. I No 18 L
CrmoentClty, Fin.Elatlafaotory vel.tlLltleslot nipped.\ Unnvaa were The duatli of Mr. UlJbnrC! durloxbis .LouIvlile .... 8 I 11 _ _ _ _
work guaranteed at modest not Injured and only III places were A: St LOUIS ... : ...: : tOp i Lv Jaoksouvliie.... 1011' i titm.Ar .

prices. potato tops touched. week of the conference was sitdeiilug ._Oiooloua'i._________Ohio._____.____.__.__._. _0__I 16a__ At'1.9 ittuom Josh0 .......... ....1 10 BOp( ..
to the lenders and people All FULL $*|:20!! EXPRESSU Me. flO-DlIiy Pnhinhiim Drawllg-itoffln and. Ar ::::"' .. miy 117 : ..
Malcolm and daughter MIss I. .. Ai. :;;'::: ::::.:
It you have either. . Jos. remembered his Interest In the work 4 suffetsIeMltngCar between ." .OyUeaDd Ar ACAnnieton :1 1' I) 'lea.. ..
Sarah) J. arrived on Friday evening I and his anxiety for Its SUCOCHP. 3 S Lui. tr Ilmlo.h.m., AI..Ho. \ .
QUARTS PREPAIDOUR :, :.::. : : ::::::
ToerIae3 last for their annual stay of several i !Mr. Chafer when ....." by the Ne'IIatated Ar Kanea. ('It?, :
Oronnes, Grocelrull or weeks, at Grove Hall. They aremonif. Two Trains Daily 'M.mpbln..... ... N .''Pl.....
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) that the conference would .
nsiemblu Ar Ark.. .. i .
most of win. OUR We will send you In a pl.lo sealed eas., with no Boltprlnl
the popular our
to dispose of, anil wish to at the usual time next year; mark to .howeont.nl., FOUR PULL QUART T Wa'hington and No.15Th.. ViortIa Limited." Pull..,
tor visitors. BOTTLES O9 RAYMBR PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR $3.20. ud we D.I' >
kf. regarding thnt while he not have elan Room
might
posted as sleepIng .
|p In"lo.
will the .....cbarcea. Take taom nod .ample It,have doator SueS '
pay ex. your Meuopfll.
prlo>>s.rh.y are brlnulni U jur Burton's big squash patch, many teachers he would hare able test It-every bouts If you wi.... Thee II you don't Sad It ju.t .. we ss? New Y ork. &"=. city.:I Illrmmegbun.

on the New York inni-Kvt, with the squash vines! lust showing nes. He stated that the conference Mel perfectly ll.f.otory.ihlB 'ltb.ck to a. AT OUR EXPENSE endyotar
correspond with Its, will b. promptly refunded. How could soy offer be; falrarl You - ----
above the ground, was cut by the thlll year hnd paid I Its own way and don't rl.k a cent.Orders AT JiOlCBOSVJLLH.From .

S. B Downes & Go. trusS 01 lasts week and the patch had that the local contributions had been for Arl..C.l.Col.. Idaho Mont ,N...,V.M.O.O: *..Utah Want. V..T....nc Ceo ".. ,.naIVAL N "WssItInCton and 1..ld. Lmitd." ':0.1

to be replnuted. Of 'course the replanting mottt llb rnl, I or paid yrJ'.4'a', on: .the(or.11tl:: 4, (t.'l.7:,SH.WI Prepaid.Writ :br Kxproa. Vi... f. t." ChO..t Yorl:
will gIn vnrly squashes, B"r. Pr. Orny and Mr.. ITuhbardft From blnolnnatl ".mr"I. "wa.ii,in. ,in ana .ii"iurn,' ,.0..n.

am I->ulllle- --$--t. New---Vorh.--.------ but had It not been for the frost the for !their homes Wednesday *ear oear.it offlo.and do It NOW. From H.w York, Wa ot.o.0.-101.a I.T Iturk .00 Florl.la ".,' '.1 P m.

TO FnriilahPd spnrtmenl1 major: would have had squashes In .morning on the steamer. fir,. and THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY Dt Exce'l-nt Dlolner Car Service.

In tin Afctloboro/ ap"rtm, ne hou ". earlIer! lluni hi. neighbors ihlleraUy.I 'Mra. Stvbblna hit on 'Wndaesday.Ir Atlanta, Oa. Otfton, O. $.. L..'.. M. .... Psnl.Mlnn.' t mont West Bay street, Jacksonville
Modern couvoiilonoas Hultablrf. for and that was what !ue was alining at and Mrs Cha-fur. <'xu ck to gonext J, O. LOSK. District passenger Agent 11,
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F. M. I ...9 IftILLII.0. .. O. EftA8..S..D nsa O. II. AOKEKT O. M, W. ,f I. TAylOR.
one or two persons. Apply but dhhshoot., Monday.. BROOKS MOUOAN. A. O. P.
H. P.
S. EURDWIUK.
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"" THE; STATEAUDITOR g cg aa aca mma m acmmmI eJ aB Im
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sisters
A Temple! of Bathbonc! I vs .
'. The Palatka News i raxlllnry to tho ]{. of 1'., will be or-

in the Masonic Hall, this Commends Work of Putnam
g ranl/od *
-. .- -. --.- --. Mi's.' Lillian -
ity, next Monday night. Officials Gov. I Miss If Tells You
to
""" \I"Wf,) 1 H Morris of Gainesville, presld- County, l Anyone

I4'. Ready and 1h h ng oflloer of the state will be hereo Broward. .
: I5appenhlgs /
1 city
the Mrs. !Moris
Institute Temple.
1 ... 11ioIj r will arrive on Sunday and will bat TAt.LAHASSKH, Fl.A., Feb. 20, 1900. !i Kate L. Lucas jj that our stock consists of old' .
Personal mention.Mrs. )
-i : \ For Meei a the Putnam ][ous". Already/ Mrs. To His Excellency,
M ?M. S.; Brown, the only llathbpne sls- .Napoleon ]]. Jiroward, Governor. will her annual goods just you put it down r 11

F. P. DuPont ha* bnen quite t er In Palatka of ladles has who obtained will become over 20 Sir I:have- the honor to report that on | give tJ 1m that they are jealous ;" ')

i ill at Federal>oint.A. s Ignatnres: December 22nd, 1IIU5, I concluded an | Spring Opening of a ,;
iliartor members of the new Temple. ? of ( 1
; J. Padgett, a. prominent citizen examination of thooHloes of Putnam 1 ,
'rho twenty-first. annual session of county to-wltt Clerk of the Circuit '
Spring o f Urandtn wag a visitor in Talatkaast
l Tuesday.The he Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Court, Tax Col lector. Treasurer, g Hats i EDMONSON'S f(
which convenes in this city next Jounty Judge Sheriff Superintendent :
ladies ot the Methodist church week will be honored by the presence of Public Instruction and County I and n
r realized something ovor *(BI) nt (the o>f Hupremo Grand Chancellor Unas. JommlnsloiierB.

upper given In the Merrydny Block }
I last evening. l liver nn address at. the opera house, has on hand or has accounted for all ,; :.
Business Miss Marv Welch n chnrmiiig Wednesday evening, March 14th. tl ax sille certificate! with which lie Is W WI
YOIIUIf lady of Nlcholasvllle, Ky., 1 in* 'This meeting at the opera house and charged and for which he became responsible. on the following a :

I Ir In the city on E visit to her brother, t he ball nt the Armory on Wednesliiy The minutes of the Boardof L a Business; ?

Dr. Ooo. E. 'V lch. c and the reception and musical County Commissioners have been dates: n "

4 .,. : With a BigAssortment Mrs. J. H. Haughton gave a miscellaneous at the Putnam house. on Thurday roperly kept by him, each Item bong and I Fact: IsVe sold the old stock long ago 4j
shower yesterday afternoon evening! are public affairs to which I : listed and l published as required Thursday Friday jj

r ;,: of from 8 to 5 o'clock In honor of nil are Invited. The river party for bylaw; he is now keeping; accounts and now have more new goods W
the Uul.hbono Sisters will occur onrhursdnv with the county officers as county
Minn Edith Merrill the brldo elect. i
)' afternoon at 2:00: ) ) o'clock, Auditor. March 1 15th, 1 16th, g gA UD} proportionately than any .: M. and Robt.
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Ragln
The Celebrated Batty pne(1 -- and visiting ladles and ladles of the The Tax Collector (ling. collected ,
0 through the city Wednesday city are cordially Invited to Join the anil turned over to the Comptrollerand I other store in I''!
on route to Clifton Flo., 1906. |aA
nornmg (
excursion. Treasurer all monies a
: County I
where Mr. Uagln has nn Palatka
orange will which he charged oil tax rolls
i: Griffon The Cleveland Grays a criick military Jm
grove.; for the years 1002-8-4\ and 5, and his welcome extended to all.fj and
The regular meeting of the Twen- organl/atlon of Cleveland, (> acoounts stand balanced. lip And the Goods are Elegant the ;

iieth Century Club occurred at the which hns been touring/ the t south The Bherlll In keeping his bookspropelly c ccn m n cr. Prices are Low at
arrived in the city last Friday night
home of Miss Mabel Holuomb last @
; and has made
t.i' 'rom! :Snnford on the steamer City of monthly reports
: Friday evening. when a plens- -
Brand very. r to the County Commissioners !
.
Jacksonville. The consisted '
party
ant time POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
was
spent. .
of 175 and among the distinguished and turned over to County Treasurer

) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Balr entertain guests were Col. Clark Hamilton. Jr.at ill monies that have come into his KCrTbl'AfB' SoBNIIY. IEDOSO'S.
ed a number of their friends last the eta If of the governor of West ill rids.
1 Hand Tailored Suits Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Virginia and Lieutenant S. L. H. The books of the County Judge To the
Hair's birthday. A quiet though enJoyable ) \Vnrd at the Old Guard. :New York. and Superintendent of Public Instruction BerveU you In the capacity of 81M..'. ___
For Men j evening was spent by nil. The company proper composed (IB are neatly and correctly Attorneytrice! July. A D. 1003, ,und iruotlnK that
refreshments served. have\'rov.oI| \ ,' of the mannur 'In which I
Dainty wore members under command Capt. C. J. keFt. tOil reprwteiited' time Stateand discharged myduties -. .
int Treasurer has accounted for : : : '
: Itrokciishnwand Lieutenants A. W. I solicit vottnafc tile
:1 j Rev. J. F. Bell, pastor of St. James. ) I your uomliiK primary
Methodist church la at J-lnstlngn this I Neal and A. E. Spiackllng.) Oil arrival all monies that came Into his hands for tlie: poHltlon: : of, ,,hiatus. Atlxmiuy! for 'l.lf'TiMttMr: M IJr IUUrt"ltt.nn trJN1/tfflttIIlIc!
and tho 1.1Kb til I Judicial' Circuit.Very I .1' ,
Chevoits on December I, 11)1)5\)) had on hand <
:
Serges, week assisting Pastor Kennedy of here the visitors were entertained roHpootfiilly.JlBNJ.' i.i"; "MQ. .w. AYRiAi. ,:
$7,008.00! distributed as follows : : :
by the Guards with a dance P..tALIIOIJN.
that place in a revival ellort but will
t and return home In time to conduct the I the Armory, Schubert's orchestra School Fund . . .. 951.54 I ,,o.Unl1v announce that I am a candl, ,
Worsteds. usual service of his church next Sun. furnishing: Lhe music for the occasion General/ Revenue Fund.. . t.. (CI2.70 ditto, ?for the attIca of Hiato Attorney for the Why Not Have
!I J.; day. and a most time was Hoad Fund . . . 2HOH.) Kluhth Judicial: I Circuit: 1 of Florida I : composedof :
enJoyable the('oinhls,. of Aluchmi I Uukur' mlreuifrntIMVY
spent. The onFebruary Bridge Fund . . . l, lJ7.04 and Putnam I oonctil\e, the fnlthful, and/
The. council did not do business .
II These Suits are city, 27th and was traveling/ Finn and Foi felturo Fund. 11.80 enurgaila dlitoliurKa' of the. diitlen of the otllne. t In .
: on Tuesday night' owing to the special tialn of nine coaches and Hub-School DIsC. Fund ... ... 457.01 be a ..crod obllllalion to tho 61a10, anel. If the
made Fit attraction at the Opera House, but lame Warden voters of the circuit favor ma with tine noml- A Good Cooking Stove when 1
; 'T t to adjourned for a recess meeting to two engines: from the Pennsylvania Fund.. . 00.00 nittton. I ,plHdKetliam' Ihat tile. InturestH of the : you !
Knllroiid. The visitors wore delight: I btatoBnarko and' nuoloty I ahull not mutTer through' favor
and have everyappearance Wednesday night.: \Vednesdny ed with the hospitality ccordodtile $7,601:1.60Ills : : or nuKlK) tice or nil I no, 1'iion.: )V. Vi BLUING. can get one fully guaranteed for
1, it rained and there .
night was no 'quo Fmormda.To
))) I In Palatka and said they would ,
report to the Hoard of
County
of rum. remember their brief here tho Pomoc-ratio voters of the Eighth Ju- : only about 'F.'
,
sojurn ns Comnilrtxloners! have been
_ prompt dtrlal I Olrtmtt of KlorUlui ,
I The Gem City Guards will hold a u one of the most pleasant of their trip. and thorough. All of which is respectfully U"IIwIIIOC that mv thlit. .**'n v<*nni, pructtt'o ."- .
the bestCustom meeting next Tuesday nigl.t at the, The special left early Saturday; morif submitted.W. of low, t JH"tlitir: with tIny expoileneo 'n* uproMuutitlii
Armory for the of electing u L for I |{ iitturnm't' fullv: lit I lilt to OH- Cents .
purpose Ing
From all the :News lJaytona.ow K. SADLER Imrge tint tuitioN!Mtntu! Attoi'm'v,I. tluw. !$ 10 a Day... :
Made captain. cnnlearn I ;
:
,it .0. Assistant State Auditor. forft, at the ituiiittHt of ntiiny filoiuU, ,nnnouiK'43 ,- ,
it Is the purpose of the Guards I 'PaUtka Library Association. iiiywlfu tmmltduto for nominationIn
Clothes. to bestow the honor on Dr. W, W. C. I the Jiemnrrntki primary, for State Attorney
''
: ({ \',\' all. IS o better man could be se: The Palatka Library Association Miss Lucas Opening. for time:, IClKlith I \: .IiulK-lii.Ulieultof, ,i Kltnlla. ,, ,: and you use It while you pay ?
Jf immlimtwl, J m\nHf' to
tmirttoiiHly. -
(( pkHln"
,,: This Spring's Patterns lected. Is hereby called to meet at the LI- Miss Kate L. Lucas will hold her, ; wfoiioinlfiilly, :and::. faithfully, din- !
i
: briny Wednesday March 14th at 'ltHrKB iliu dutlni of the unite and to htl ) See
'" on : spring millinery opening In her |
The Woman's Missionary Society new ,, ,, C
IIIL01 tine dignity mid honor of t he uonr
4 o'clock This Is the annual
\ are of St. James P.!. K. Church gave I Ia p. in. and spacious( millinery parlors in the I JOt M. KlVKHB :
pie social at the residence of Mrs. meeting: when olllcers are elected !Merryday block next 'l'hllrsd"yand (nnln..vltle Fin., March. inn. num. 11

_ :" Especially Fine. R. H. Mooney on Mondny evening,. and committees are appointed) to carry Friday, March IStli and 16th. FOR TAX COLLKCTOlt. J. H. YELVERTON, Jr., :
: the work for another The
.." and the alfalr was, a social! us well Itd,I on year. This Is an announcement that,,I To the Democratic Voter of Putnam County' '
a financial success. A musical and I chairmen of standing committees are) while a business one, partakes large. I inereiy: I :respectfully:; announce. thai:: J will: .be 520 Lemon Street
4 requested to prepare and submit: ly of the society event. The ladies I a candidate for re-nomination for the oflluu of iI
literary program: was given /and ,
; their reports. The following are the t of Palatka and the 'i ex Collector of J'ntnum County' subject to
much enjoyed. conntyenerllIy/ the action of the Democratic
Then have committees and their respectivechlfllVmflOI are always Interested In these open- I thank all cry friends: for l'I 'I-"rr.ot: .; favors : : Palalka Florida. '. :
we an Mrs. A. L. Bowies' pretty' millinery ) Administration, T. B Ing; events at Mlsa .Lucas' store and I alld many ........ and a ootttliiimnoe, olhofle ,
_ f. ; store on Central Lemon street Merrill ; Finance' 'V. S. Hurdetto:; they flock to them as to the tavern and klndnecnot will be urontly

Elegant Line of will hold its Spring Olenlnlnext, Book. Mis. }<'. Wattles; Entertainment of a prominent society couple.wedding!Miss I c appreciated, Yours very reftiwctfmlv A.' 8., ILL Aim. I: Furniture on Easy Payments. Hj'
and Thursday. Thin
Wednesday I 18
Mrs. J. N. Walton. Lucas goes to such to .-
expense secnretho I '
_
-
a pretty store, has a beautl tul dlMl'lay All friends and patrons/ of the public very latest In women's headweiii FOR COUNTY TREAHURER. .
'
Straw andPanama of really fushionnble goods and sells library are eligible: to membership and her creations are always so at To'lime. Pomocratlo Voter of Putnam County, t\\ : ; ml : m'ft)k
at. reasonable I horeiiy announce m 'nuf) acandtdttto 11
very prices. In the association, and are earn, tractive that > fur renomination
the
ladles :
are -
more tut county ircamirer' at | .
Hats The citizens of Pen lei school die estly requested to become members I than justified In the Interest take,I marluM to 1 be t hedon) : May moth, next 'n.lk -
; trict have petitioned for nn electionfor and to attend the annual meeting. in her openings./ you for pant courtelo and nromlHO' thnt" I IIelected
I a, to nerve you In'I thu futiiru, as 1 1,044triad ,
I. I.
a special tux school dluttlct the H.IMES 1'res. The styles this .
_,f.I year are bewitchIngly to 'In the pait. ltost| .ctfuliv. C ,
which want to shall embrace all territory MKH. U. F. ADAMS, Heoy. beautiful and the display will I $. KBNNKtltr'
'WL we nd/"cent/ 'ttt.l t.MKES
to their school. These I> be of a wide range.. In fact It I Is WE \ OLD
moving/ the right: direction. Money\! : Mr. Usina All Right. doubtful If any other oppnlnlevent FOR TAX A8.ESuit.

_ '_ t- i4 Show you.l' paid out for the education of their "\lr. Uslna hns made us n gOal I III the state will be more fully\ ex. To I the hereby Potnoc announce ratio Votem that 1 of am I'ntnam a,cHiidldate County, for. :SEL \\\\)\ l' '\ T INGS NEW

4 children will be money well spent. mayor," said a prominent citizen (lo I pre Mlve of the prevailing- modes. the,:: office'to of servo Tux'you Astenm onalu' :,,BH itnd,.1 have nronilt: dono>o If I In numInatod the- r '...,*"" ;... ., ... ..

The democratic executive committee the News Wednesday, "and will I City Democratic Convention, pant.' tliank all frluadu for puxi lay,,,.* lain: It will f**.k. your woodwork, piano and furniture took like now all by
tint Imply>> .oii,* over the ...1'1...* with slatS Vonoor. '
of the county will be called/ by probably be nominated for re-elec )our liolp ugiiln R"ol".lrlllly.U..IIULI..IID.. ; a vnoUtanad with tho
: This we have A little#'rl .*n do the work. "Is not varnlah. The,.
year ; The city democratic convention a I* no drying/
it Lion
Chairman Joseph\ I'llce to meet I; without opposition. He has I --, ----- ...- ---- .. to wait 'e r. L.r,. toottlo. enough to rsnotfato the ordinary homo. BOo.v .
nan
the Court House next mnde some enemies but there been called for next Tuesdny ,
Tuesday ,
placed in Stock a are SPPEIIVIKOttOF RKCUHTIiATION. "''' ''''''"" '""''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''"''''''''' ''' '''''''y'''''v'''''''''vs''>''''''''''
This
:" March 12th, at I 11 1 :UtJ) a. m. The com mom than enough who love him fo r evening.: convention will announce To the I>"liaofi at.of Piitnuni Count vi :
mittee is to be called to make arrangements the enemies he has made to make up[ the men who are to govern the I 1.erivby nih ,.,nu lime in\Hi'lf. HH n rnndliliit

_ Big Assortment of : for the coming democratic for .any loss on that score." city during/ the ensuing year. 'ihe for RoulHtiiitlonof ru-iioniliintlun. to I'utnani tine olllcw II "llH bus also been blamed city caucuses to name delegates to .
primary.
some by to your nt. >pro\nl I In tile approiichln, I prtnmrlu.n.
i Trunks Traveling those who the the city convention will be held in fttr
oppose past yearn If pant Hti|III".t.|
Rev. F. If. 'Imokln'\l\\ !
of !
Richey St.hU'ks ,
administration but without cause the various/ wards on Monday night, 1 uui, re n spt'i'triiliHKNI4 i,\,
church, during the lenten i Is I'K'IKUMANl.. Drug;
season
;I '\ Bags and giving daily lectures I at the 4 p. m administration The mayor bus of little the to city's do with attnlrs the as per. call They published will also In nominate another colunin. the- Pnlutku, Flu., Miin-U 7th limu. i

Suit Cases- service on special topics of church 1 lie can call attention to infrnctloin aldermen. FOR COUNTY OOMMIHSIONKKM.To .

history which are said to be .attracting of the law. but he doesn't make law It Is more than probable that the the ],>.''iaorat of Putnam fiituntj.i Company.
the deep Interest of communicants. convention of I In ri l>y all,loumin'o' mv' famlldni'y for the'
This stock is !Mr. Uslna has ; next
Tonight the rector has been severe upon th, Tuesday nigh: otlluu of(louniv UoniiiiiHHluitui\,: for: Putiuin, H
/ an denizens, of the tenderloin district. will be tho only convention of the Uonnty fur DlHtrlc-t No. )I. a,nil 1 roHiittutfully .- -, .
: : larger than is shown nounced a special service. and sermon He hns kept them away from the; kind held In Polatka this year. The Hollult yuiir Htipport. In the anproainlnu pilinarlMH. I -
7:30. ,
at men then named for If.1..e..1< to thlHOltloe 1 1'1",1110 >'ou .
saloons lie bus also office will be
looked well
1 to
t
;" to give' to its i 001105 full hoed anil do> mv, n(- \ wwvuyy www vywwvvwww"v
,, anywhere else in Beginning on Saturday nt 10:30: n. his other duties and has earned the the men who will be elected at the nioHt'. toiidlvaiiL'e tho IlIle"'." of the countM ,> .i\jWNNINffl
I :I m., and with three sales, a day a ndmli'atloii of all light thinking people April election. This convention li.4 ..tilt Love, KuHpoftfully, : youra,

: Palatka. Chicago: pawnbroker's stock ol i. who understand his handicaps." to be a democratlo affair. PonioiiA PluM March 7tb W., KMXI H."IftltniKTUiE.; I MILLINERY OPENING! |

'Iii" \.' watches jewelry, etc., will be sold From nil the News can If'arnIr.! If the News maybe permitted to E
Usinn. say one thing In To the pvinocrtitlo voter of Putnam county\I i
"' at auction in the store on Lemon st will be re-named for the office connection with 1 ahull 'IHJ a cundldate for re-noniinatltii,
formerly occupied by Larlve, the of mayor But he won't work for this convention it Is this: for the ollloe of County, roaiiulHHloiiur fioni =
i" course--: baker. The gentlemen in charge/ the olllce. An unopposed democracy Impose S l lHtrlt't No.' 1 of,Putnam County In t h.. 01111,- : Wednesday and Thursday Mar. 14-15 |:
a tug prlniurlutt, and take thin it ID I hod of imkIntf ,
Of promise and entertaining/ Their It Is also the opinion of the Newi C weighty obligation on the democrats -
\ adv. is in another column. that. he has performed his dutleifeaili'BBly 5 of Palatka. That obligation I Is od, to your."rv"Yllu.lu Biipport l promlHliiK the fntuie" that nn have If reu'lu't.In the *_, A ),( -tty ]hIts of Spring and 8unim! Millinery Notions. 1 '
and well and that that democrats ho.vlnlthe interest pant. 'JliuukliiM till for > land 1'uH:J' (iooUt 1 nt reasonable '\ill *
all know he is entitled \ I you your !genuroui n prices n\ be on' dlHplny on **:
i I :,I People The editor of tho :News acknowledges to the endorsement of a second I of their city at heart turn out at the support In foi'niur Contests, I nm. !; those di"t H. Poii't fail to attend. **
: a pleasant call limb, TiK'Silny Very truly yours, rr
: IIJI tlon. primaries and stand for the
j I this time thatBROWN'S from the nom nomina W. O. At.LIt8.To : .
I j ; by Rev. Dr. J. Whitflcld Gibson tlon especially for

j'1'L.,' Ph.It D.is the After opinion meeting of the this editor gentleman Fortnightly Club Musical. board of Aldermen. of member men who can the ,kt tie the lmonnocrnti,3 liiHtantti, of,voters iimnv filmidt Putnam, ,I have coo..mty).*-1: ;5 TWrs. A. L. Bovuls,
bring to bear, .
business 'Id..llo$
ability and i tiimouiuM iiiVMttif HM a c'lintlltlate' for' : 606 Lemon
e that the poor children of the county The Woman's Fortnightly Club sound judgment: In the conduct of the ufiuecif tioiintv' ,, OoninttNtilonur, for Putnam 8tret.
would do well not to plan uny feasts gave' the. second musical of the seam the city's affairs. i)umty fioni I'lnli-U' No. II, tuul I rnMpKctfully -
of fried chicken the result of IPO ask your Huppoit I In. the ,i-oinln wmNNmNM
.. as M"nllt the residence of Mrs. H. S. Do not let your primaries go by de- I lntnioiratlu rlmnrlo.. IfeleettMl I pionil,
I : tures he may deliver in their bohnlf Wilson, Friday evening.: It wus fnulr. That Is not good: democracy. : to serve you to tile l host of inv :tihlllty.: \' ----..--- __ .---
:. ;fr' layout of That Interesting display of baby well attended and the program was That Is not good citizenship. Youru rrslm"ciruiiy.J., -- -

c Ii' pictures In Gay Ilros. window l Is from exceedingly: well rendered. It wan RoHtwlck, ..1..., ?March Ttli IUNI W.tiLlsNlfli, '
much enjoyed by nil ; Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. I k$$
Ford's Photo Tent present ant
111' just across tho To the l) tmooiati* of Putnam 'i
Countyt
t Underwear street The pictures are all good many thanks are due the niuslca 1 1 licrt'l.y:: : : annoiinfe, m>Hulfu eittitlldntu: :: ; : for

Capt. Ford has been doing a big bus committee, also those who so kindly FOB SALK.--Barred Plymoutl i tin ..lIh'" of i County' UouitiitHHitiner. for
iness since he opened bin tent took part. The program was as fol Buck eggs! : setting of fifteen for ]Htrlft, No.' 6of I Putnam Jounty lit tile' itoiii-
gal
fJ fJi. lows: MRS. $1.00 L :hut: prlinnrv.;:: :nml: n>Hp. <;vtfullv: link >our HUMpent. AUCTION !
FKAKNSIDB.St
i. lery. He struck the keynote of popclarity 'Ihaiikliitf i )on for ;lust, kitKlnttMMUM: I
t Neckwear, when he advertised to take Duet-"Ojus Crlollos" Gottsclmlk '. ,, uin. Very tiulv, yours! ,,! ,
Misses Kennerly and Lelb. --- -- -- 4. UOGRII8.
-
baby pictures on a certain afternoon Phitilitni If,. ItW
-.. I I, Mnr'h 71 ii. "
free Vocal Solo-"The Fairie's Lulla -- ------
of All
charge. these babies have
and Cuffs friends you know. by" Adelaide. Neeiham.llss! Lelb To I tho slut ii l 1..lIoo..l U a faiulldalo. of Putmtni tor" "otiniv, County.. LoniiiiUMloniv 0,000.00
Collars
r Instrumental. Holo.:! -"Caclioucha from, DUtili't. N,,. .1 111 U:,' apitioitfliliiH -
Mrs. J. L. Burton who has been Caprice," Half, ]Mrs.' Lucas. pilnnirv" ,, mid w'III npprtu'hiit tuuf, tlniiik

1 and Trevel keeping on the Emmett boarding street/ house since of Mrs.last L.Vocal A. Smith.Holo--'A May :Song:," Mrs, >splInillilnisI Inrnt UU' for tntoreHtu\eli ditto r e.uppi.nt.uf I Putiuun:pHitulNti:;! IlBL-HH-UU" County.to)I woili lot.for t his the ru. ; WORTH of UNREDEEMED PLEDGESIn

December has decided not to continue Hooding-Selected, Mrs. Illlburn. *':I- 'i*. UKunrxn
and on Tuesday last returned to Violin Solo-Selections from Norma i Interlacltun. Kfarvh. SLim.11151., Diamonds Watches. Jewelry t1
Hosiery her home In Crescent City, much to I Warner Hamm. JSJ To tlui I lh'inorratlu' Voter of "Putnam Cot' h Optical Ooods Musical
} the of house full I ln-r'hv. iiniioiinco' nnNi of
regret a guests: Vocal, Solo-(a) A Stein Song b) ,
( .", ro-noiiilnatlfMi' to the nOIre of
County C tiulim.lIlSeillll.r Valises
;. and a lot of warm personal friends In MeHSHgo of the Violet, !Mr.\ Moragne. .. : : \ of Pulimm :County, for I huh. riut: 'tx Rugs and thousands of other
'. covers the wants off Palatka. It Is understood that MM. Vocal Holo-"My Heart at Yon" L.d Ls.n No. 4. 1 If nomliuitod"' 1 ..n.lo'lo'd"d 1 Hhall I lo such all
Thy goods from the
..
,
N'ewklrk will take charge of the: Sweet Voice nogr pKy It Doolil\.l..". my lit"" to nerve the IWMt 'interests. of the 3
Mrs.lII1tehell. ,
\ Th. '. Itiuhil y. TliankliiK' fur ,
house. a plaoa In tho oomnmralal ; you your' imHttmiiiMirt'
\
: Everybody. And- world for you wIll. good aalarr itnd rvMpttutfuayiiaklnKiifontliiuaiK'e) : :, I nun Great
and, .wad ly nilvnnoemont If Youirt" ,, vi'rv truly Bankrupt: Pawnbroker
the
During night: of Tuesday, Ton are
someone Like The
Putnam House.A ,
ri>aljr! anxloufl to nuuueod .1. U. 14ratticLANu
; That we Lead in without the love of God. but with your best.Lady aud do nrn''III1.lIll1rc'8thII'' '. Wabash
the love of money In their heart attempted group of northern gentlemen/ I arariiiaUl\ ol this: oohee!)j oocupy .. 3 Ave., Chicago, III. 4.1
were In conversation po.nltmofl.l of tn .t with Volt BOARD OF
to reach the box of prl/e over their after time PUBLIC INMfllUOTIOM.

::1/ Suits money temptingly arranged/ : In a box dinner cigars' before the big tire !glad UrirAab to mereantllo have you writ hnu,..for.. e Will oataloKue. b.- To 1 Pcniovrntlo,, ,, Voter of Putnam. Cm c: Hear the Big Auction Bell.
and on display in Keatlng'v bar win \place In the main lobby of the Put- Ellhar plooa. nomltiatlfiit,hwrohy announce to tine olllce lilY tiaiulldaiw, for rn*

dow. A diamond was used to cutout .ram) House last Tuesday evening. HASSE.YBUSINE.SS .'....IIIv Himrtt' of I Publlu of JnHtrmtUm iituinlwr of from the.
.
a piece of the window pane. The They looked comfortable! and con l>:l ttrU't No.ii, In the! coming prilunirles) ,HU-) Watch for the Big Red Flag (
: For Children :
thief was probably scared tented. That was the opinion of an COLLEGES. J ct to your nppiovnl. If ol. ,uttd 1 Mtuill:: ::; ,
away as observer BiBxiMoiiAM, A.... Hottrro..TIT oatlnuu[ tti hum In the future HI In the 'iu.st c:( Outside the ...
who l : I Store.
he did not complete what represented this
and would have paper. I MoHTaoMiar.Ai. RICHMOND. V... for illS InurtMiNutl. eHleli-ni-y of our pub:lid
t' Boys been an easy job. The window shows Time lie was right In his opinion was COLUMBUV. OA. JACElONVtLL5tA.PamiUn. I ttcheol Huttmt Yours' truly.'
$ the cut of the diamond. oon voiced by one of the gentlemen it AN PRICH.E. Listen to the Auctioneer 4
who addreMMlnhi"/ companions. ,
Waists.M.S. Rev. David Tatuni, an aged and said : ps[ He Will Make You Laugh.

kindly minister of the Quaker faith "Thin Is the most homelike and
who has been traveling. for 3d years comfortable. house I have seen In Everything must be sold at your own bid.

lecturing on "How to suppress the 1"lul'ld' Them Is an air of quiet leganon 2; Just think of It,goods at your own bid and -k
liquor tratllo" and "How to save the and comfort about the house p '
boys" was a caller at the News office. that I lutve failed to find In others. [ not our bid. Larive's old stand Lemon St. "'"

I He expected to speak 111 the Baptist The table service Is superb-couldn't I Pal tka. Sale starts
Saturday flarcl.
f r.. it : church last night. Father 'l"Ltum bo. Improved upon. If this house I Iwa" loth.

BROWN I, visited Palatka some years sgo. lIe on the old St. James site In ? Three sales Daily: 10:30 m, a p m, 5 p m.
Is one of those cheerful old pilgrims Jacksonville it would soon prove a

.. who scatter sunshine ns they pass winner, and I bullevo that when It
$ along the pathway of life and whom comes to bo thoroughly] known to the S$

010111101J. i r it does one good to meet. touring people who visit Florida In -

t ** On Thursday, March 15th, the car- the winter seasons"that It will draw -- "' -- '" .

ravan of Moharrum Temple No. ill), crowds The to Palatku. On his. proffi 8lo>ittl visit, through Kogistrutioii notice.

ANDGenls' I). O. K. I{. will arrive in Palatka on ready assent other to gentlemen the all gave this section this tlnic, Dr. K.' H. The City Registration, Books will

special train at ]11 :l rr:l> a. m., via }'. E. speaker. sentiments of the Arnmtruiiff" tile HpflCliillat' on all\ Eye be open at the Court House from 1)) s.Ill. .

C Hallway. "Miunl"], will be there i And Cluoulo disorders, will be BsniHteu to 1 p. 111. on the following! ditv:
Tyros are kindly advised to wear any by one of his| leudlnuc specialists\ Saturday February .
111111131101 is Monday
r kind o/ clothes-but be lure to weara .. who ueeSTRICKLAND'S A Stitch In Time ,I from time hone olllne. Klpctrloal up.allanoet February iMllh H..tur
smile. Don't get discouraged. lie- to sees nine m.ut. be the right kl,1,, of are being carried for inafc11K Monday March 6th' ; Saturday! March
member you can't keep a good man Breadare '1'0 ,Kat foil' .111.Ollt ClI a blo ole It mash a .tltuh be r... / dximinatl'iiia of oompllcnred cna.f 10th ; Monday. March lath: Huturdny -
down. Just think of Jonah. In regard C C:1, :: hot only promptly, iut Wuli. dimes1., of Kye, Eat and Chronlo Dlaea".... March 17th ; Monday; Mtireh
; polnlka 1I. to your application It takes a 15 Its fast friends I tIt' will nIna,lI a work wheel Is tn very no lima.sIpensive.' beOCllse; ;: It The Doctor yrill bit at time Hotel Ar- lUtli, and from o a. m. to Rundown on
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spot to entitle you to the full course Hoarseness or loss of voice worth YOUR wblla to try It i also ,11..1.-o1ln eveep ass.. W. nicer What fal w! below do I.. IInfton. here !\r..roh. 14tb. Do not Saturday: March 24th, IWia.
of Instruction. But after you have the Strickland make of Buns l h. f"7 .........rd. ee thsi> 8-4-26 IlB. 19 rKTKBMAMN.
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It, you would not part with It for Immediately relieved. Nothing Cokes. (Groom old stand). Pi"sl] 0. EARLS City Sujiervlnor of KlHtratIon.%
twice the money. excels thU simple remedy Lemon Street. I
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