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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 16, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
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NEW SERIES VOL. XIV, NO. 11. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1906. $1. Per Year. ,

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H 1-Hll-llll1lnnmlnI/H: / utiliH1imlllHm1B1\1IH IifIUinIHi Iiii, i ii" r 1COISSIONERS /PYTHIANS OWN Grand Lodge is Appreciative.The THE WEEK'S I.

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resolutions

"In the Spring BY DISTRICTS. 't -THE TOWN. adopted afternoon following by the: Grand, Lodge yesterday were DEVELOPMENTSIn 1


Palatka in Holiday Garb in Pdlatka, March 10th. 1000. ,)1'
Tliat the Grand Lodge Knights of Putnam County Politico
"The Young Man's Fancy A Radical Change in Manner Honor of Grand Lodge Pythlnsnf Florida convention assembled Not Much Doing. -

gf Nominating County Com- Knights Of Pythias. for 101(1( hell been royally entertained t

1 Missioners arid) Members I When JuHtus H, Rathboue In n by St. Johns Lodge No. 8. The poet week had witnessed pornochanges .
from the predictions .
"Lightly (turns to of Whereas merchants and citizens presented ,
Thoughts ef School Board. little school house, way up at Eagle the In the last Untie of the New, .
of Pnlatka. have shown by the
Harbor on the bleak and rock bound the most important of which .
A meeting of democratic county bunt- perhaps ;
remarkable of
coast of Luke Superior, wrote the display Pythian IN the announced Intention
executive committee of ,
to fix rules for
the ritual for a new fraternal order it Is Ingnnd decoration in Pythlan colors, lIon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hall ;
; approaching primary was held at
their interest In noble or
.CLOTHESTHAT'S proud our
not probable that he was gifted with '
the court house last Tuesday. Hon. to contest with Dr. E. S. C'rill for ft
Joseph Price called the meeting to the prophetic vision to see the results der.Therefore' sent In the state senate.
be it resolved that the
order at 12 o'clock and on call of roll of his work in 43 years of future. Dr. drill makes formal announce- .,
Orand of of
t He called his new order theKnlf.'ht. Lodge Knights Pythias ment of bill candidacy in this Issue. ,
>y Secretary J. N. Blackwell the following (
Florid for 1U06) ) hereby extend a. vote
of Pythias in token of the
members responded to their It Is due him to say that he did bareto j i
of to St. John'sLodge
friendship and brotherhood of those hearty appreciation
be urged to action. Many leading {
names:
S No. 8, mid the citizens of Pa-
W. D. Allen J. Mo. N. Bard byproxYj ancient Syraouslans, Damon and lalku! Florida. men In the city and county who are \
R. C. Middleton W. F. Ro- Pythias, either of whom would have bin admirers and who appreciate. ; Illsunselfish .\,
Resolved that a of this reso '
,
given his life for the other. copy
--- US--- N. Blackwull, H. Peterman, > devotion to the interests of
F. J. Fenrnslde" Joseph Price J. I, He bnilded well. He struck a sym latka.. the county and state have urged him 1
Wimberly W. A. Hobbs, Jo.. Ham- pathetic cord In the heart. of man- ; Masters to again become a candidate and this ,,'
How montree., Aaron Varies, J. W. ails- kind. Hence the growth and pros- Eugene Representative urging was all the more pressing ,
then that this week Harmony No. 44.Adopted. .
opportune we perity of the order today.In it '
m son, W. E. Wattles D. Jeffords by when became known that the doctor :
I proxy, M. O. Usteeu by proxy, T. F. 43 years this order has spread to [Attest M. H. LATIMEH was Indifferent Now that he ;
: minings by and J3. 8. every state and territory and hits also q] has decided to make the race theyare ':
have stock of proxy, Orlll U. K. R. 8.
opened our Spring ; at large. a foothold in Canada. It numbers eatlsfled. Dr. C'rill has been' iv

One of the first matters dlBcused over HIO.OOO mom bore. After Many Yeeai. ranking member of the state senate ?ti
wan the motion of Mr. Hammontree In Florida alone there are 801odges for some years, and his reputation as
I. of McMeekln, supported by Mr. i, and about 6,000( members. Time Visiting In Palatka this week and safe, conservative honest Irirliln.tor ?

Kirschbaum Hobbs of Oak ton, to make. the selection order in Florida was Instituted attending the meetlng Iof the grand Is state wide. i
of county commissioners and Tallahassee In the 7U's and Myrtle lodge K. of P.. are two pioneer Pal- Mr. Wall has not yet made his ?
members of the school board. u district Lodge at that place la the pioneer. atkans of prominence, both of whomare official announcement. All that Is
matter. Mr. Hammontree argued The motto of the order Is Friend- chatter members of St. Johns known concerning bin onndldnrv Is

.. and also for the motion strongly, urging ship, Charity and Benevolence, and Lodge-and the only ones dating contained in a letter to the editor
that enoh district should be empowered well does It live up to the full significance i buck to the b.-glnnlnu now In the and which is published In another P
of these God given attributes.You column. It will not bo
to nominate its own commis necessary,
aloner. He said that members of the can sea that In the representatives cltv.We refer to Oeo. W. Lansing and though it will be ample time 10
Schloss Bros. : I legislature were nominated by counties now in Palatka. You cannot Beni.) Bowen speak of his attainments, after his f

but legislated' for the entire escape the impression that these Mr. Lansing was In business here official announcement lies been received -
men are bound together In the bondsof 1887.! He left here that ,
to
slate, and he could see no reason why prior year F
the same principal should not govern friendship and you can see in the and has not bens In Pnlatkn. for 18 Dr. O. F. Sprague of Crescent City
In the nomination of county commissioners expression of their faces that charity years He was a charter member |has determined not to again. enter
1I Hand Made Suits. and members of the school and benevolence In its highest form und the /first chancellor commander the race for member of Ihu. House of

i board. animates I their lives. of St. Johns lodge. Mr. Lansing; is Representatives much to the turret'
Some present were In doubt regard1 And they are representative men now secretary of the William Sumner of friends nt home and In all parts of
I Finest on Earth. Ing the power of the committee to of the state. The pulpit, the bar, Melting Co. of'rolland. Conn. He the county. The doctor says tlmthe
order the change, but Mr. Hammon- the doctor and the editor are represented still maintains his memberehlp In feels that he Is getting; old and that
and there is a goodly number Johns. the responsibilities of I the work
tree urged that the method had been St. Lodge.Mr. are
adopted Aluchua county. of business men-the drive wheels of Bowen has been away from too exacting for one of hid yenrn.He .

I Dr. J3. S. Crlll explained that It commerce. here tome 16 years He lives in has served the county III the last
Fearnside I Ir wan n question entirely within the Palatka feels honored in entertaining Jacksonville, where he Is the secretary two legl llltul'o., receiving each lima
Clothing Company the Grand Lodge of Florida, and
province of the committee to decide< and treasurer of the Baker & the largest. vote cast for any candi
has given over the town this week to
: and that It was democratic .UK it allowed Holmes company He also Is a charter ,date.v.. f
local self-government so to its olllcers representatives and visiting member of Ht. Johns Lodge. Mr. F. Rogero of San Matto and

speak, In the selection of the candidates Knights.The Bowen tells that when the lodge was \V. A. Russell of Crescent City have
Palatka Florida. 1: the people wished III their respective local lodge Is doing; much byway instituted there was but 11 membersand each announced candidates for the
of their entertainment and the
d etr ots. It was difficult to get a quorum. legislature.
Other members were urged by the business houses and many residences that Mrs. Lansing served the Mr. Rogero Is a farmer and fruit ..
chairman to express their views, and are decorated in red yellow .and lodge by making a punch bowl of grower and has ninny admirers. He '

iiii'rEtJUUIlUf'l11i1-i'ltr I!' nl l'riilUnntfrti1-tIrli-1: IIliUiit!" ; Mr. Allen Mr. Ollsson Mr. Middle- blue the colors of the order. .her eh and.a big cake! each meeting Is an affable gentleman and wouldno
The of the session
ton and Judge Wimberly expressed opening gun; was night, and the boys came for refresh doubt make. a good repre entn- "
a broadside welcome in the new
ments. The has 170 active
themselves briefly. lodge now tive.William 1
Pythian Temple at 9 o'clock Wednesday -
Judge Wimberly moved that the memo here. A. Russell Is the editorof
question t be The morning. Rev. F. H. Rlchey of Beth these gentlemen are receiving the 1>Palatka..w... He lives at ,
ballot wan taken land stood 10 for to Ut. Marks church delivered the Invocation great attention at the hands of the Crescent City, where he has a home 1
Carry a- 6 against the change und addresses of welcomewere lodge members and citizens general and family and. partly resurrected I

-J 'HiIn means thnt In the coining primary delivered by Judge Elmer K. ly, who are rejoiced' to ace them. orange grove-though he does not .
Haskell and Howell
A. Davis the
,' each Imartf. pose as an expert orange grower.
member of the of
Hamilton Wateand first named' teinirln behalf of the No other candidates for the legislature i
county eoiniiilHhloiii find eneli
and the second behalf of Bt, Nominated.Hon.
city on : Unanimously .
member have announced to the "J
of thn Hul oul\ bmird will l l l benomlnnted Both Haskell'sand up
l II\' II.e. iluinoeiatlo voters. Johns Mr.Lodge.Davis' addresses Judge had thpmel'lt Antonio Uslna was unanimously time the News goes to press. Thatthere '
in his own district, I re-nominated for the office will be others there seems to belittle
l satisfied. 17 to 21 jewels.
>e of convincing cordiality, and
)qia doubt. Rev. O.V.. Riles .
a ffrx II r "j1 The committee i-ldud on them Itupectors .. when these. gentlemen( sat. down the of Mayor' of Palatka at the city! democratic. well-known a
'j
and one; clerk f"i, inch prcclnct '. convention last Tuesday Baptist minister and D.
visitors hud doubt of the I
also Furnish no sincerity
+ ,ww7 njYs Can ( and fixed the pay of llnxv officials of their welcome to Palatka. I night. Williams, county commissioner are
nt $1.115 |mr .tiny. M. W. Stewart Jacksonville the I The convention was called to order among those who have been mentioned :
fund kin ten for the :Slate Senate, Hon. J. D. Points ohnlrinan of the in addition to the stated determination
Watches uJ Y Grand Chancellor himself a member by y I
a -:: Elgin and Walihani i I'nx Collector. 'lux ASHHHHDI', and of St. John. Lodge responded for the 'city committee, and J. N. Hluckwell, of U. W. Baldwin of
Melrose. Hon. Jas. W.
Ohesuer of
i.
County'rreesurrx weieeiu' 'li twticasedJt25 representatives and grand lodge vis secretary of the committee read the
toward Hollister, it Is also stated may coma
the ( xpfiist of the pri itors. call. On motion of Judge Haskell f
mary. Candidates for the Legislature these. gentlemen were constituted the out
The balance of the morning and afternoon -
J, H. preen of Fruitland will i
and for Supervisor of Roglstra- Ulcers of the convention.
::
temporary
Jev ieler were devoted to the work of school
The be candidate for the
SIV1ITH Him were asm'HsHd tic end Can the grand lodge.In After an examination of credentials a county
board but his nomination is now a
didates for County Commissioner the the temporary officer were made i
evening a publlo meeting
.and member of the 1 board of public was held at the opera. house, and th Is permanent. All but three of the delegates district matter. Mr. Green has ,
made most efficient. school director
Palatka Fla. Instruction were n.He secl $1 ench. edifice/ was crowded to the doors. At were present a '",'
Restaurant. : and the Democrats of his die.trlot .
Next to Kupperbusch's this meeting addresses were made by Judge H a.1t ell In a pleasing, eulogistic !
Ask jcnc" Dovcrcux will make no mistake in returning
Supreme Representatives, Hon. W. \ address, short and to the point '
about "Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer." presented the name of Mr. Uslna for him.
H. Kills general of Florida
attorney Mr. .10;. T. Kellum of this city has
-- There were no other nominations I-
1N1NaJust and Rev. Dr. Wm. Wilson DeHArt major.
.OtiltielvW Washington [..I... and Mr. Usina was nominated stated hla purpose to make his announcement
of Tampa.. The subject of Mr. 10:11: la'
FOR SALE! $ received $ A house lu William street, New address was "Benevolence ns Practiced by acclamation. of next of week for the office .
Supervisor Registration. Mr.
A committee consisting Judge 't
Tort, was Irvlug's birthplace on April by Pythlane. It was an eloquent -
$ Fresh stock i 3, 1783. Tbe British were soon to evacuate effort Dr. DeHart spoke on Haskell, J. D. Buky and R. B. Moon. Kellum esteemed Is citizen n well-known of Palatka and, and highly one 'i

I LandIn the city and Washington to take Pythian Itemlnlolences," and hla Inew. who has the ability to fill the office :
Improved and Unimproved possession of It. Mrs. Irving, a warmhearted address was both eloquent
$ of Hon. W. R. O'Neal. of Orlando\ convention and bring him before the well. He Is an educated! gentleman .
woman of English birth and py. Morgan Bohaunan of the best
one !
.
When. Mr. Uslna -
i meeting. appeared
Both City and County. s an ardent patriot of the new land ..ald."WnsblngtoD' also"Knthbone delivered Sisters.an."address on the he was lustily cheered. He thanked known citizens of the Bannervllle .V
::
| Garden Seed work Is ended and the From" 10 p. m. onto the morning the convention In a few well- district has his announcement for
-- ---- child shall be named after him" The hours visiting Knights and their ladles chosen words for the honor andproml.ed county commissioner for District .k
child was still In the care of a Scotch mingled with local Knights and to do his best for the welfare So. 4. Mr. Bohannan Is in every &
way qualified for the office and will (
Strunz for i nurse when one day she saw the president ladles and the city' people at grand of Palatka.On .
have the
assistance admiring
of
-
Henry motion of J. D. Buky the nominee many r
( as Washington then was, entera ball at the Armory. This great hall friends. .
; Spring Planting. shop and after him she wentTleuse was crowded. was empowered to name the city \
executive committee and he selected S
Florida. Oil Thursday afternoon a river par
Palatka your honor, wild she "here'sa Ask the Pollee ,
J. N.
the following gentlemen
ty WAS given! In honor of the Rath- /
bairn was named after you. The Blackwell, I';. E. Hasktll Jos. D. about Fewer Gallons l Wears Longer." ,
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r Place orders bone Sisters, to which the Indies of \
w : = ..azu.r; UJlr.; your i ii president laid him band on the boy's the city were also invited. The several Points P. J. Beets, P. M. Hagan and ,
J.lf.1r.r"'T.r.1ll.1Dl---1l.lI.1nlr.lr.lr.1f' : : r.ir"l tJ.'Il.; head and save a blessing, which launches In the river were used J. J. Segrest. The committee held a Special Return Date Walden. 4

[ J now. J be never forgot for t the ride. The day was fair and meeting later In the evening, when
warm and the visiting ladles seemedto J. D. Points was made chairman, A very Interesting and amusing

CAPT. M. R. RYAN'S.is i J City Drug Store. \iIlmlulstrlltor's A Jewel of a Wire enjoy this feature. and J. N. Blackwell secretary. entertainment will occur here on ''f 1
The minister's wife had an unwelcome The event of tho afternoon on There. has been general approval of the 17th of April, when Walden will

visitor In a talkative scandal Thursday. was the parade of the D. Mr. Uslna's administration of the give a performance of conjuring,
very
) the only Complete eN7 N'''''11N''N''Ne I. the minister went out O. K. K's Moharrums came from past year, and hear eople, so fur as slelght-of-hand and tricks of magic. 1
monger. >
Jacksonville In the morning especially the News has approve his selection Walden has mastered the art to .it '
.\ Notice. for a stroll. Returning half an bour for this and for the ban'jUf' for another year. I wonderful degree, amusing;, confus- ., '

Furnishing Votlco' la hereby.given that alt month anal. Inter, be called out."That old cat gone, last night at the Putnam House.. 1'1,., lug and mystifying, and his audiences '
House hereof, to wlB.ua UieUTthday of April.A.IK ALDERMANIC NOMINATIONS. .
the ditto
I suppose? "Yes.; said bill wife who fantastic ludicrous d Invariably feel highly satisfied "'
aloe, 1 will o County Judge cl parade was ai .
Putnam: County: Ill.r.'I:: a dlmiliArne.:: from bad still her guest talking to her "I contributed much to time gaity of the At the ward caacusses on Monday. with his cleverly executed perform- ,

in Palatka. the further mlmliilBtruilim, of the .e....* of sent It home In a basket my dear this day.. 'The D. O. K. X'.. were out for night the following nominations ances. He grows roses In so short a> \

Establishment J"naU. ttado. Inteot: K.miUl 1IAI11 nouity,*. AttmlulHtrnto. deuoanail.J morning." What do you think of that a good time and appeared to have It. were made for aldermen. time that gardeners; view him with, '.

n-exhibit.I aI IhlflSTtUilnyof OoWbrr.A, v., JIMO. 00'lfI-om for presence of mind and absence ofcatCbrl.tlaD They are swift people-swift, not too First ward B. I. Jay; Second an envious eye, makes and serves
g.f New Goida in all lines now () Life. swift, but plenty swift enough. ward, W. L. Cheeves; Third ward, coffee In so short.. time that housewives :

) Executor's Notice. At 8t3O last night in the parlors of Jos. D. Points; Fourth ward R. Raymond wonder makes sweet.to-toot) .' ,

=Jr.t.l.CI.U1.I.LWJrJlJtJt:! ; : : Exectl torI!!' :Notice: the Putnan House there was a reception Price; Fifth ward, Tom Hoi- on the spot that the ;
-- -- -- - To whom 16 may concern i iHfx and musical. This feature'uf. den ; Seventh ward M. P. Round. initialled. In the days of witchcraft /
-- month fcfler: the data Wreof t will pre. Notice In hereby oven shut on Mnmliy JaneflAtUxlUM such as Walden would have "
I we vball make hitch return of the series of entertainments filledthe
and our
' U. Loy.a BAILBY.I".... H.G. RILLZAaaG. WALL & DARSEY, ,eons County my JmlK dnul***!amount Putnam, County vuuohura, bloriiln to, and she M-OOUIIM and vnuobon aM exeeulnn' of he( spacious parlors and each number tree.Messrs.. Cheeves, Price and Round. had their Jives in Jeopardy all the ,;.
aek to bn dlcbe' ( red from the further adenlnletmrhnn late will' and tpt''m'mt ot Btlwnra< fl. Jenkins on tbe program of music and recitation tree will be new members of the time. Many amusing Incidents are '
Dentists. of the A:Uiia of A. D, Tucker, dtoeavaU. deceased, and apply for our"IKOh''..." ta such related of Walden's "
1'111.., D..elnber, H A. D,1505 Executors EDWARD E. JENKINS!: was fully enjoyed. The selections board ___ __ ____ performancesupon y
: G. UVER BUY X CO. II J. RICTOR.Allmlnl..tor.r !: ALMA J. FOSrEK, ) were all by local talent. some unsuspecting friend while* '1
0 Bridge and Crown Work .a Specialty the will of A.D. Tu,'kor, tire.larl Via Rita 11 BARAK, tae JKNKINSPalatta Today the gr"n 0f : -tlm business with sessions At the opera house, April 17th. !
I - entirely to about "Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. ,
Executor's Notice. NOTICE.My both morning and afternoon. The
Fire Insurance: Palfttkn. "
) Oflloe In Fry Block, grand lodge will probably\ adjourn Called wl
U. D. C. Metting.
In Immhv Klvnn' to all ,
Norton: .re I ltititi| : I Leading American aud Foreign. eHttittf of 'ItiiNMhire. H. J>.v....... to pitfiwiittlit'lr home I therefore notify all persons thatI following grand. lodge officers Blocs the mlddlu of the fifteenth cen.possessed There will be a called meeting of 4'
NOTICE OP APPLICATIONncrllietl by shall not be responsible for debts were elected yesterday. They will the city of Prague has Patton Anderson Chapter U. D. C. 1
tory
.. any
Dead Coder Seutloa 8 of Chapter l law for nil juntnitfiit,and tliowu lii.l htntl toM
Tax the home of Mrs J.
Companies N.
;. l4l I Ntiittt are Mti>'il toinitkn InuittHllnteuttyiutmt she may contract. serve for the ensuing yearn O. 0., "t remarkable clock:, the machinery of at Blaokwell
4S88! !, Laws of FlorfUu. :: : to u. othe: aunu.: J. W WHITMAN. Henry Hosier, Peusaoola; U. V. 0., which Is most complicated. The dial, Tuesday, Mar. 20th, at 2:30 o'clock.
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Accident Insurance: Notice la hereby given that W. 8.Mldilletoa AHHIE J.I''VF.\U. Federal Point, Flu, Feb'y 13th, 1WQ. r.. C. Lynch Qitlnravllle; O. P., J, six aDd feet This meeting is very Important and
IB between
Tax onrtlrtoate !PAULO. HMirtI, which eight
of
) < purchaser all members of the ,
2-lft-5t Emmett Wolfe, Tallahassee" ; 0. K. chapter are requested -
of the tilHt
ExnutitorH' will cud leHtnniMllt ofTlnHlortt
, No. U-1I. dated the 3d day of July. A. D. H. DuVtMiu dnumwwh. of R. 8., W. H. LnMnter Tavares. nrross, bus a number of bands, which to be present. I
The Travelers of Hartford tHOU) has died said aertltloate" la my of. Thin rull'y 'IIUIl, teat 4w. MOTiCK: M. of01 W. C. Went Jacksonville\ ; mark not only the minutes and tbe Mas PATTON ANDERSON

floe, and has made application for tax U Mast. A., J. H. Prlchard 8t. Au- hours but also the days, months, years President.A "
, dead to Issue l In aoaordanne with law. NOTICE! OF APPLICATION FOB The undersigned will not ba responsible gustlue ; U. I. U., H. Clay Crawford. and centuries. Of this dock a poet

I Life Insurance: Said aertlUoats embraces the following Tax Dee I Under Section 8 of Chapter for any debts contracted. by Tallahassee; O. O. U., F. H. Davis, tells ns: CHICAGO AU>BBMAlf Owes HIS EliIOTIOH -
described property sltuat*! In Putnam 48S8! Laws ot Florida. .any of the crews of DI'I'dlNo.7". or ,1ft
) county, Florida towlt : Notice is hereby given that W. B. of fug Kate Cannon unless aooompauled Tampa.The headquarters of the Orand At the lift of the dial. skeleton stands. TO CHAMBBBIAIH'S BEMBDT.' COUGH ,

'rheOld Reliable "' lerrnania. Pte ofne}. legs nw lja.3i. la sw Maull, purchaser of tax oortinaate by nil order slimed by respec Lodge otlioers has been at the Putnam And aloft, hangs a musical bell In tha :

\ pt and swj} of uo l of net section 1,, township '- No. KM, dated the Atb day of July A. tive cAptains. or J. Ii. .1 l.t-uu. Jr. House aid this big hostely has to.er..Whleh ha rings by. a rope that h* holds 'In can heartily and conscientiously 4."I 4.
Life" of New York 13. range 27-41 acre D. lOOil( :!, has Iliad said certificate In my 81) lit P. HANFOBB Ross, Inc. oared for its 850 extra guests in a his hands recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
niisesoed at the office, aol has made for attentions, of the throat and .
The eald land being application for tax manner to euro the generous praise In hie punctual function at striking the
data of the Issuance of such uertllloata deed to Issue In. ftooordnnne with law. The Best Exercise that has been given the managementby hour. lungs," says HOD. John Bhentok. 820 Bo.* 1
Marine l Insurance: la the D\me..f If.\ E Bavun." Uulees Said oortlfioata embraces the followlna those who have. made It their But the funniest sight of the numerous Peoria, St., Chicago. "Two years ago Ij'

said oertllloate/ shall ba redeemed described property situated. ID Putnam re he had l U In a genre of fcoxHull. : home, Representatives are unstinted sight.Which. during a political campaign I caught ,
according to- law tax deed. will Issue oounty,Florida to wit: It's a muscle builder in their praise of the service. th. clock has to show to the cold after being overheated which Jtrt.

The Leadimg Companies thereon on the 93rd: day of April, A. D. HJ of nw} ot "wj, section 25!, township and an appetite pruvnker. The place of next meeting will be Is the people holy. apostles below In tunica and tights, tated my throat and I was Dually com

191)0.) \13, range 27-UO acres Most people tell us that ourAlloy decided this morning. Tampa, MiamI Who revolve In a ring or proceed In a pelled to stop, as I could cot speak:
All Claims Promptly I Witness my offlulal" signature and seal The sold land being. *ase. .aed at the Is the finest they'veever and Orlando are candidates. with row. aloud. In my extremity .a friend. advised
I this the 14th day of March, A. D., date. of the Issuance of such certificate played on. 'Ve take chances In favor of latter place. me to use Chamberlain's Cough K
1006. In the name ot J, L. Maull. Unless Remedy I took two doses that fter-
Settled. their word for It. Ladles play THE) BATHRONB' SI8TBR9.Thhorgtnliatlnn MBDICIMB
A RAM Cocoa ) : vox CHIUJBSBla
JOSEPH PRICE said certlQ i and could nut believe my senses
[IS..II] ata shall be redeemed free Tuesday afternoons. of ladle suxll- noon
PALAT A.Ft.A Clk. Circuit Court Putnam Cu. Florida aanordlng to law, to deed will. l I.sua 1 try to thw K of P., hn* been holding buying a cough medicine for nhll- when I found the next morning the In-
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OflW 18 front St --------------- thereon on the S1rd: day of April, A. Maurice Lamon Its session in the Masonic t"III"' eren never\ be afrnld to buy Ruination bad largely subsided t; took

LOST.-A bunch of Itcyn, also I n D. 11WO. Delegates to the number of 80 'p lain'.CuughRemedy, There Ohamber'I' several. doses that day; kept right on

FUR SALR-B20 acres lAnd, Rood pooket book containing some (noney Witness my official signature and seal Ilox Hull and more were present (four Hit piirtrf of gar front Ir and relief K. ..." talft: ag through the oauipalan. and I
Kara bargain It sold and papi'M. Return of papers and I thin. the 1.Ith day of Manih.'A, D. 1000. the state This body ha. h-..n well follow It Is eapaulally" ; thank this medicine that I won my seatIn
improvement [ be <-HKHBV 8. Seal JOSEPH Ten Pin Alley, and For I the Council." Thin remedy I I.tor sale
at uno. M, PHLLBW, JUardln, Fla. keys will ( ) PRICE entertained by the. local Indies i>'" colds, croup whooping oouKh.
8.l1-8t WUM, Clerk olruiilt court Putnam Co. Florid' Central Lemon Street, gentlemen. ale hj Aokerman-Stewart Drug; Cow by Ackermsn-8tswsrt Ding. Co. \





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r. THE PALATKA NEWSEntered as visionary.that speech The for Times its one V iiloo bands, taking out ONLY GOOD EARLY CREEK HISTORY. $$1 1 ij


J at the Palatka poetofflce tbe following "rib roast" to the MEN WANTED. U I .. t.. TlB .f Ceases; ... Tribe' Lit

S .. mallable matter of the secondclass. governor: Out of the Depths Wu ....UI.. c A Paint Thai is

": & ISOrtclnM. The Creek are an entirely different
4S Governor Broward, In his speech
Published at Falatka, Fla., on her Saturday night, again made bla Men Who Can Down Grafters nee of people from the Cherokee and I
S Friday by favorite bid for the support of the [ ;] other northern Indians They are of ,, .

", RUSSELL mostunthlnklngand mostnrojutilced: at TaJlah&ssee Needed for A boy twelve seers of age Is being Aztec, or. rather Toltec origin and In : W I'' Economical-!

a VICKERS. class of Florida voter He bitterly Legislature. carried from a mine. On his face Is a teocallla, or pyramidal temple located t ,

.5 ':; S w.. A.-MISSILL. 141_ attacked that It tbe controlled State press railroads claiming That it will be of great Importancethat that blight we *ee oil a plant that ha*. In a secluded wild of the Creek
was by .
and corporations and subservient to a majority of both house of the gruwuinthedark. lie 1* thin and pal country, the same religious rites and I one that wears well,

next Florid* legislature have in it* but out of two large black ceremonies are performed today that
'* HI the wishes of it* master. Uovernor and languid, '
: A RELIGIOUS CAMPAIGN. Broward would like tbe people to see membership a decisive majority of eye look a soul which, though nour- were performed in the Imposing teocallls > .* b looks well and spreads

S Th Methodist, Presbyterian and In their Imaginations standing ID opposition the best rational and purest honest men citizen In its will make-for. Isbed In the depths of the earth, burns located on the bank of the beautiful '.;
no ,
,1 :, Baptist churches of Palatka will to all this cringing venality one np moment doubt. Th"t. certain with uousuallu.ter. Lake Tescuco In the day of the N' 1 That's the
a great man belonging to no one and 111 starred Montezuma IL. The archive rft r; II easy- !, kind
unite la a re.l.alettort or cliques of political tricksters -
great during not subservient to the will of any clique The boy' health baj at last given way her preserved in ,
O the next two weeks. The meetings master. Probably some of the people are thus early busily engagedlu suddenly under a prolonged strain. .II. of the nation are .IU of TAINT" sell.
beautifully painted on we
laying plans to capture enough hieroglyphics
({
thS will be held la a large tent secured nee all tbi..11l their Imagina- I Ie taken to lila father's cabin and a tendons.
tions. members to heap more wrongs upon shells strung together on deer
!. ..i at great expense especially. for the Uovernor Broward was especially\ the people of Florida and to be In a doctor summoned. The .physician examines Here are also preserved their most : c1 AH colors ,and shades.

occasion, and the services will be under bitter against the Jacksonville papers position to push on scheme. that. the Invalid aud look grave. cherished relics their green jasper

S the direction of Rev. Dr. H. M. and said be was elected without have been going on in the past there evidence of curvature of the steed of their Prices
is no doubt. That certain men who He sees altar and a life Image :) --.-..... % fair. : '{I
'LJ .r "Wharton, a successful evanirellst their aid and that he did not care have terribly abused the trust placed spine. The boy will be a hunchback. great war god both brought from their 7 1 ,
whether
they fought him or not. lie
7j; from Philadelphia. interested In child' share of former home near Vera Crux. Mexico.
was nominated without tbelr in them, will be not Hard hut't It, that this "

1 It Is a (rood thing for the citizens which fact \possibly accountsfor support having thing Investigated, are, and labor should have ruined his life? At the time Cortes made his appearance Inspect our display before buyi g.
of to be will continue ti> "ltet busy" to have In that neighborhood bent upon a I
: any city compelled to re his bitterness. The Times-Union Weights are attached to the frail .xtremltlps -
1 amid their secular cheerfully accept tbe Governor's enough men who can be handled by career of conquest and plunder. the
member.
pursuits, shrewd. lobbyist elected, evidences in the hope of pulling the
certificate that acquits It of Creeks now called were .
they are
responsibility as
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that there are better things thank for blui. He elected crop out every dato. those who frame out to its normal length. This
business and higher than was have an eve out tor such. Cltlxensof living a peaceful Idyllic life In a land '. :
things without our support and when we the boy i Is obliged to endure a number been
made sacred to them by having :
}Florida awake and at them.
I ;; money. see the costly tomfoolery In whIch Beside the matter that should be of hour duruig each day. For month the home of their ancestors for untold :' 'NI
It Is an Important diversion from be I la now engaged we are better and at Intervals,
the doctor comes
goes
f S. pleased than ever with the position Investigated at the coming session of thousands of moons and containing tire
; the engrossing cares of every-day we assumed In the primaries. The the legUlnturethere will be a number but there 1* no change; the suffering ashes and bones of their wise and

1 life and from the half-mud straggle Times-Union however Is not fightIng of others that necessarily require from the weights has all been enduredfor loved old men through many generations -
: for to have this Governor has serious consideration among which
money spiritual Broward not nothing. Gathering their warriors together !

S thing, with no money-taint upon it, fought him will not fight him. will be our operations.honorable\\e Joveruuor'sdralusge believe One day the doctor approaches the they gave battle to the Invaders

S presenting Its claims and uttering its policy When that ha is will trying Injure to the carry people out of a Oov. Browaid I Is honest in his convict little bed, and on the wall against but weapons of stone and flint u. _ _

warm entreaties to the people. More Florida ordiscredit the State we will Ion, that! he believe becaii drain which It stand be sees a pencil sketch could make but little Impression upon

5' than this, here Is the demonstration 00 everything In our power to prevent the Everglade: It wa this question of himself. He recognize U as his the steel clad warrior of Spain and
his BUCCe'S.V hen be put to true people, as he did, they were defeated wltb terrible
) to the Indifferent, half-scornful man happensto likeness, not only by the likeness. ,
which own
elected him and that he has
S be right we will help him not carIng slaughter. Gathering wives and little ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
of the world that somebody with a snap whether he appreciates statutory law to buck him up in his but by a certain posture 'of the body ones together and taking with them

\ 'is, money Is willing nay eager, to expend our help or not. expenditure and operatious along that is natural to fclui. lie Inquires cherished ,
theIr most possessions
this line but in the lace of the pile J
it which But of his election ;
upon an enterprise can in speaking who made the drawing and his little .
of testimony to the effect that. it is at among which were the records of their
have no other purpose than to help without the aid of the Jacksonville confesses that ha 1* the artist The Great Gar Line From
papers Governor Broward did not least doubtful about its being possible patient race, the Jasper altar and their war Through FloridaNew
and bless their fellow citizens. say half as much a* he might have to drain the lands; and that if Then the child brings forth other drawing cod holding In his extended right band

The men who back toe preacher said. He failed to state tbat be was drained; they will not be worth the concealed under bIB pillow. There the sacrificial knife of flint, they made

are also learned in the world's ways; elected without the vote of his own cost, and that the state and private are people In all variety of attitude, their weary way to the capital of Mon-
county, without the vote of his own corporation and citizens have acre of York and Fla. Special Leave Jacksonville 12:50 p m dally ex Sund.
they have all the temptations that of hotter lands that await sketched a* they hare passed through teznma. the sacred city Mexico
S city, without the vote of his own developunent Fla andV..st Indian Limited Lv Jacksonville 8:65
a in
dally.
S other men have to look out for themselves ; that the moneys being spent the room on various errands.On where they were warmly welcomed by
ward. He did
not mention the fact
alone and let the multitude that the overwhelming majority ol on the drainage scheme could bo applied his next visit the doctor bringsa that unfortunate monarch and where Sew York Express leaves JacksonviLle 8:15* a, m daily.

,. ron its own pace. But these men his neighbors voted against him and along so many other line that man with him. Too stranger looks at they fought bravely In defense of the Chicago and FI... Limited leaves Jacksonville 9:30* .u in daily.Dixtii .
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not only believe that the evangelist that he was elected by tbe votes of would be more beneficial to the citiZens the drawings and goes awa,.. A few devoted city. They assisted Gauto- Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9:00 p m daily

S has the Truth with him men who knew very little about him; he of Florida. It would seem that day later the postman bring a letter maxln, the chivalric n..phew.ot. Monte- Through sleeping cars to New York, Chlgago and 8t, Louis, also new
they ardently would slow. Of the
S desire that it shall ;be spread but this Is true nevertheless.We drainage commissioners go course will have stating that the boy Is to be admitted rums, in his glorious, U III fated, attempt sleeping car service to Augusta, Ga.. leaving Jacksonville at 8:55: n in.
for Uovernor
care nothing free to the art schooL Meanwhile his to regain the throne of his anCestors -
abroad, so that tbelr fellow men Broward's attack on the Tim"..- spent quite a large chunk of moneyere Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 mtlea of the principal. railway
another legislature tr.eeta, but health ha. been so far Improved that and upon It* failure and the
may feel Its power. and they are known Union. over This the paper:State Is ,pretty was well well possibly It will be a wise thing to do, be 1* able to take advantage of the op attendant death of that young chieftain of tbe Southern! State* are on sale by the principal ageota.

willing to pay the cost. : known before anybody: ever beard ofNapoleon to elect men to the legislature who portunity. by torture, after the manner of "Through Pullman Steeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic East CoastLine

; "I i, There are many persons, religious B. .lira ward, and will be can be depended upon to look into The gift Providence baa bestowed the ancient Israelites, they determinedto ; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern! EaUwaI ,.."

: and irreligious, who do not like revival -: known when he I I. forgotten. Governor this with many other important mat- upon him grows under the culture he seek a land that man knew not I For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson Ticket agent, or addressFor

methods. .! Broward may say what be ters that will surely come up. receive And now a new element where tbey might provide homes for
Some shake their Already meu in the different reservations and Information apply to Agent Atlantic Coast Line, or wrIte. :

: Il" heads at the doctrines and not a few not wishes.finding Tbe out people'of about Florida the Times-are are trying to make capital out counties of come into his life.the A schooL girl about She his their families and worship the gods of rEA.NK C. BOYLSTON. Diet Paaa Agent W. D. STARK. Traveling Pas. Am,
to see
own age come their ancestors.
-Exchange.
regard the whole undertaking with Union from him. Uav. Brownrd's campaign drainage and brush 138 West Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida.
his creation with pencil ,
S ", coldness,because it Is Irregular. But But Governor Broward makes the else thunder landed which him more into the than governor's anything she looks at his shriveled form his H. M. EMEKSOJf. Gsa Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic :SIpi'VyilmlEgton '
the of Ask Your
S the general charge against\ papers Grocer -
majority of thoughtful people ofUce. For the best cheek and Into his dark from : ; ,North Carolina
the State (and he has made it before) reasons such legislative wan eyes about "Fewer Gallons; Wear Longer."
will consider the enterprise In a that they are controlled by corporations candidates should be left at which come an expression of suffering -- -

I' spirit broader than that which Impels and are subservient to tbe home for they. have selfish axes to mingled with the light of genius. In : : C S ----

t ,, these critics to complaint.. wills of their masters. Does be mean to grind and the grinding stone Is her own ere are sympathy and admira ADVERTISING A BOOK. III i i.I
55 for the =---E-\I.::: 'b:1.a.tC. ::Eb..a.:
5 ready sharpening act.Ve :
: Many will this of all the papers of Florida? He : tion. a.C ==-
S people never agree upon did not name exception repeat it Is of the greatest Import- Slew t.. Lather of "Valeric" Cap.sred //.I FLORIDA.
points of doctrine or upon forma of When Uovernor any Broward makes sues to have the best and purest representatives I Side by side they *rady-*he his *n- ParUlu L..B Am*. fAL-ATKA.

;: worship, and yet they will approve this charge he charges what be does in the legislature next perlor a* a thing of> beauty, be far We had some note a little while Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries and

this mission and willingly help the I not know to be true. The people time from every county. It you above her 'In his conception and their ago on the methods which some authors Patents.

S missionary, knowing that only good L IL will form their own opinion of a man know a candidate with the I Is In auy way"connected ,I execution. A delightful companionship have adopted for the advertisement I PRESORIPTIONS OAREfULJ-V COMPOUNDED.rtttaa !
"tricksters.
S who will make a statement not set spring up between them. Then the
of theIr .
4. book A correspondent
5, i will result to Pulatka. knowing whether It Is true or false down on him good: and bard. for < first years of study having been completed GARDEN> SEIO. A..>nu Honor suuunip LID I
S 5 JTo doubt there will be many converts The newspaper men of Florida as a abuses and extravaaances must be it Is essential to proceed In an sends us an example: of this sort of a ;+ZSSi3E3-E3s 3S t?3: =S=333S3SS; + .
S class corrected and stopped Florida will thing which Is the better worth quoting -
stand
at these meetings. Possibly of r as high as any class In atmosphere where art 1* preeminentThey
the state. Many of them would not be a bankrupted state.-Tallahassee because we bare never seen it
the professing conversion meet In Parts. There they
persons I Iy again
suffer by comparison with GovernorSrownrd. ,True Democrat. quoted In this connection before. It la
some will. in time, fall away. It Most of them have done work on. making trip Into the country taken from a life of Mate de Krudner. mmmmmmmmmmm

.' may be that the final residuum will I more real good work for the State How Catherine Pleased Her to sketch from nature and seize upon whose novel "Valerie" appeared shortly I DeliciousBon

be small and the results estimated I than he has done and in most cases Mother.BY unique types. On one of these trips I after Mme. de Stael's "D lpUloe." I PAINTS I
they have done It | discover that this
without they
cambers much modestly sympathy. ** Bonsand
by of a failure. It K. C. W. "You know quite well the author t= -
playing to the grand stand.
S friendship companionship, U more than
# is perfectly certain, however, that But the question at issue U not the As little Catherine was playing In these. It Is love. wrote to a friend "that neither talent I ZH that will wear, 12
there will be failure but character of the In the big house Fifth nor genius nor the excellence. of one'
no success the Governor or of thenewspaper nursery on Then comes the first shock. The E Wall Paper. Kalaomiiie\: :2
if men of the State. It Is ave.. she stopped playing a minute Intentions I Is sufficient to Insure aBOcce. I
one man, or five or fifty, shall be* SS Gloss
natural Is and 3g
sequence of love marriage, Chocolates Tarnish. =
.made better the wisdom or tbe folly of the Immense and looked MC her nurse who was ... Everything demands some I
citizens better bus- drainage scheme that the. reading; she said. ">'ur e. I wish we and what baa a hunchback to do with charlatanism." And the biographer I
., c: bands, fathers and brothers, because* could take ride wedlock. ? All Home-Made Candies. JAP.ALACDOUGE'S j
Governor i Is advocating.. Of this the a trolley and go way, proceeds to tell a* bow she. translated i
: this movement was begun. It is Times-Union will have something to way out iI) the country, and get some One morning it Is announced that a ber doctrine Into action. -

worth a good deal to have a few men I say from time to time and when It daisies and buttercups for poor sick picture painted by toe young man has Daring several days, be writes she i Something new aided I |: PAINT STORE i
discusses mamma. I know she would
raised to level the question will discuss It just loveto been admitted to< the salon. This mean ,
a higher of life day.
dally made the round of the fashionable every
have them. "
on Its merits. Will you go. nurse? I II
fZ. Pulatka
that be has arrested the attention of Fla. 3
L' But the least sanguine of the friends To nurse's consent little Catlirino shops Incognito, asking sometimes for
the critic HI* work 1 Is taken from L. A.
S. iii of this undertaking feels confident The Gainesville Sun has the following was aa happy as could! be. About an bawl, sometime for hats, feathers : SMITH J1U1UUl1UIUUmm l1mm
the thousand that dim In
among crow I
b that the results, visible and imperceptible concerting Alachim county'scandidate I New hour later York they on a were crowded flying through artists' studio and tons where picture wreaths or ribbons all "a ValerIe." Lemon St., Palatka. !
will affect for trolley oar, When they saw this beautiful sub elegant I .
not a few but State
k Attorney-Hon. going way. way out In the country. lovers will see It. He Is successful Inart
S L many and may make a permanent 1 Jo. M. Rivers: 3Ir. Rivers is one "When will we be there, nurse?" ; be has all he Ct"".. desire in love. stranger step out of bee carriage WHEN
YOU WANT
., 1 good Impression upon this commuj of our ablest attorneys: and has won was Catherine's impatient Inquiry."Oh But the days spent down aWl,. from with an air of assurance aud ask for

t nUy. his his pretty soon.dear. Be patient." the sunlight have unfitted him for mar fancy article which! sue Invented on
S _ spurrs through own persistent
Furniture
was the nurse's reply. the spur of the moment the shopkeeper Get acquainted with Mattings,
riage. Thus he considers It. and his
., efforts, being a man who bas "Yes. I will, I like to ride, only I were seized with a polite desire
SOME NOTIONS tf CHIVALRY. the esteem of all who know him am so afraid somebody will get all resolution is Immovable Not so the to satisfy her by any mean In their Oil Cloths, Linoliums, Hugs,

: He served four years a* County Solicitor the flowers before we do." "Ob, gIrL With woman's devotion. she Is power. Moreover the lady would soon wSMITiPS' Art
'
S don't be afraid., ready to spend her life in comforting Squares or Window-
Not long since a man who halls* two terms In the lower house there is a whole field pretend to recognize the article she bad

N, I from Kentucky bad it in his heart Ideliver of the Legislature and Is a close student I full when and they enough reached for there everybody." So him.Then asked for. And if tile unfortunate Shades, consult
they were comes a who tell him '
surgeon
a tongue-lashing the editor as well as an able practitioner. i the very first ones out of the car, and that there 1* one chance In a hundred shopgirls taken aback by such unusual q If SMITH'S MAGAZINE:

j)I of the News. He imagined he bad a Should he win In the primaries we ;, In the Held with a handfull of flowers that bIll bent figure may be straightened. demand, looked puzzled :Mme. aaj you"ars rfranccn: "/0 will: send, A? S. MOONEY.

grievance, but was mistaken. feel sure he will win tbe approval of before one could count ten. He submits to a difficult and dangerous de Krudner would smile graciously yau tSa mac--.io' C.rtxs iconth Wa carry a big Una ot tbee goods aDd
Well they filled their basket, and and pity them for their of
Anyway bo came to the office to the people In the performance of his I made curls out of dandelion And operation. A plaster cast I* put the new novel, thus turning Ignorance them all ftethat you rry: c-t: acquainted. are making exceedingly low prices now ,

It deliver himself, and instead of bring duty, as be Is one of our most conscientious altogether a very enjoyable afternoon about him and be endure the agony Into eager reader of "Valerie." Then
1- ing a club for protection, brought his citizens and would acquithimself though It was silent for of remaining motlonle Tbe nerve laden with purchase, she would driveoff mir: ; i.i t l'-3 v/rJ. !' I 170 Undertaking and Embalming
wleHa talked uf chivalry. Also neither one hardly spoke, but kept cry out against this enforced immobility -
I IS
with '
t credit a prosecutor. to another shop tosearch > ** c.f rcc.cl.-.3 and
hard pretending p S ; :: r..r; pictures
S Li of other things. at work. On the way home. but he grind his teeth together .
1 .4! late In the afternoon Catherine for that which existed only In lli? Q-n rza r> the Box
big Ball
cs Play
S S Bat his talk reminded Hon. E. S. Matthew editor of the was and bears It. Could be be sure the deformity i .i33:
on chivalry I her Imagination. Thank to these '
busy thinking how ma. tiiJarJ
r happy she would would be cured and b* would : r:: .-_ -s Lla: llarpe, .
.1 k, us of a story told by Thomas W. Bradford County Telegraph will I make her nick mamma. neavcn, she succeeded.. In exciting: and Cenlxrj. Richards'
stand before the girt be loves as nature : Alley on Griffin Lot
!i Lawson, who was discussing an at again be a candidate for tbe legislature "Now Catherine, you must be such ardent competition In honor of ,

4 tack that had been made on him bya from hi. county. Mr. Matthews I quiet when you go in the house, for Intended that,would be would welcome. the suffering her heroine that for a week at least q SMITH'S; u tladll up of the Under new management

S S Is mamma has such a bad headacbed, produce such a result,, the shops sold everything "a la Valerie. bat of evovtljog: test Ladies
broker. one of those clean brainy young you know." Yes I but there la only a chance. stories play free Wednesday afUrDooot
will
S .' ... ._ "It was a chivalrous attack" he men of tbe enterprising sort who are I to bo, but I am, oh,nurse so happy." try And now time having been given for ." Her own friend, tile Innocent that C\: t I- : cluJacd. best iHirfrations i to 6. Ice water., F. O. Rum,.. Mitr

; .: -. said. "It had In it the same spirit of r coming to the front la Florida politics "Well, here we are, jump out, the part to grow with the new relative accomplice In her stratagem, also visited ;: fx.1: clcvr; artists con draw -.- -- .- "

chivalry that used to animate the and whose Influence will be'usedfor quietly.Catherine.dear.Remember" go up stairs position preparations are made to carrying shop the on her fame recommendation of ber book through thus ',aid I\:: I L....:"r:>C.J: article, written: '!!Wv.v-lV'vg..... __ _. 1,

words and deeds of old John Henry.. bringing to pass an era of progress "Oh mamma, see all the pretty learn the result Would the figure still the Faubourg Saint-Germain and the )/ wrivn: i. :a bow their subject J I (

.c ; "I born In in state' affairs. He flowers I be bent or stand erect A great deal :'tt.ausSj; : write as tcteUin-
r was Cbarlestown and I rose to a I brought jou from the country CbaDssee d'A.ntln.-Londoll Academy.

I John Henry had a farm In the neigh ranking place In the House at the 1 thin afternoon. Arn't they just more than a symmetrical person bang hiV! at Licy BIO D3trucl vc.lS1T'S We FurnishGood
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S f borhood. lie was tall and lean and I last session and Bradford countypeople 1S the loveliest things?" Yea, dear on the result If be I* cured nothing -- ---- : \ :; ;' a pihesery moub r
I' they certainly are lovely, stand* between him and hi love. I
especially Tboasand.
round-shouldered. His manner was I will honor themselves by his I when you bring them to me dear. Tbe day the plaster I* to be removed Hare Kidney biiuhful ran at' tarn ps-.y nortraJu, la ... ol J

sullen and forbidding. He worked I IS re-election. Come"here and let me kiss you for. and the result known the girl. goes to Trouble and Nersr Suspect it Q w betr women.. sx""c'saa T 01".a SMITH'S ia mIL there' !

S> -S very hard. People said that be was them. the boepita where b* lie* and Im ad. h h- aoa !I .. ....,.t ,
rich. LAKE COMO.Mr. March llth, 1906.Ask ) mltted to a waiting room. She pace-- Bow To Find Oat. ." 1.1 I.bO eed, I I

,( "His wife was a little thin, wiry to and fro In nspeae.. If an attendant Fill a bottle or common glass. with your v/ui.
water and let it In-Jay. A
and Mm. Frank 'William of Your Litwycr stand twenty-four hours ; poe*$ wlfl Jo. Groceries
come in she looks \
: for
too anxiously:
woman. She
was round-shoul .mes
f: Brooklyn. N. Y.. and Mr. and Mrs. about "Fewer Gallons; Wetrs longer." but a seduinentor set. A lira* Dept. F, Smith's Megeahis
sage they com and
and
dered. She, too. worked bard. This Browell go, one Is -tlmgindicatesaaunhealthy
X. Y. diSoventli
are guest at All Av aueNew York
I City .
II' not Informed. In that
couple were each about 60 old. View cottage.Mrs. delay Is the concentrated con
years Anti. ]1.11.... .
,; They bad no children. George Davidson of Cleveland. The presence" oC mosquitoes In myriad I Suddenly agony door of yean. ditioaofthskjdneyaiiitstaiu..- .- Every Dayin
communicating with
'a ../"And now about John Henry'schivalry. Ohio mother is the Mr. and guest Mrs.of her Howard father and within the bare, uninhabited aretic the patient room U thrown open and S your linen it is
V Gates circle .U surely In some degree a evidence .
at the Avenue Hoiue. there, a smile lighting hIs pale face, of kidney the
S k "He came to Charlestown one day mystery. The mosquito I* a blood. nearly a bead taller than before trouble; too
Capt. Gary of
S CI.velandOhlo.l.I sucker. but In these frequent desire
nnvlslted f
to buy a cow. He found finally the visiting his daughter Mr*. James plain straight a* an arrow, stand ber lover. to it
lie la for the pan or pain
most .
cow be wanted and the price, to his Cockoroft. part, and of .trldnee."lt Weak from confinement,, be supports in the back i* Year.
'
) a vegetarian. A few birds
suited him. lAwyer of himself by resting a band on the shoulder also convincing that .
it amazement It was a Ely Tarrytown >. Y., proof the kidney. .
excepted (and the bird
I good, low price, and yet the cow bad and several friends are guests at the with Impervioa feathers are famished of a nurse, bnt the girl. springing. and bladder are oat of order. Our OooJ are Freali and Now
), there Is WhAt
Avenue House. no forward, throws her arm about him. To 1Mb
not a blemish. There U comfort in and w. would like to have
S S' s local life whatever. The Lapp In summer Tnls 1 the knowledge *u :you
James Manchester a development of .
child I
visited Palatka a far
I 'There be no blemish about this last" week. drive his reindeer to the sea. and down In the depth of the earth, his often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer' S call and inspect them.

,, .. cow?* said John Henry. Mrs. W. G. no native crosses the fjeld If be can physical broken Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Hit I Ia I
Rector and Mrs. Chas." part by bU conflne- fulfills wish in curing rheumatism not convenient for you
.: c' ''Nary blemish John,' the salesman Sullivan and children visited Crescent help It. Tat In this region "...mlnly I mraL, to a man poisitng normal con pain in every the back, kidneys, liver, bladder,, European Restaurant. to call.Just phone :your order la to

.S.. said. City Monday.Mrs. the most" unsuitable for Its effective. dillon of body and an expansion of and every part of tile urinary passage. No 84. and It will recclv prompt

'How comes I.It ye're seilln' her s'i&S ) Thos. Carnon and Miss l'b..be working the mosquito flourishes, ** oat The miner. boy baa not only become It corrects inability to hold _tersdl Furnished: Roooui I and careful attention. '
reasonable Carson returned home after a pleas primeval and enduring curse Inexplicably : -, a famous artist bat.ha. become a scalding pain in paasing it, or bad *.

: Well I'll tell fair' and ant visit with Mr*. E. Games at }'o- developed to its utmost."-London -' healthy husband sal father. effect following use of liquor, wine 01'beer Hot and Cold Baths f
you and
mona. overcome that .
unpleasant
Chronicle neJceasity
d11. .; square' said the salesman. 'She Mr. and Mrs. Rowley, daughterand FWDA1ULLIGAN.. \ of being compelled to go elton At L. C. Stephens S' [

4:: don't milk good. She sometimes sister left Monday for Han ford IJenfuest Cannot Ho Cured 1 I during the day, and to get np many ,

kick., and kicks hard, when bein' and other points sooth. After visit by.lOCal applfvalloaa.as they ems...r.*.,.U the We never i.e the target a man aba.S, times daring! the night. The mild and Chas Kupperbusch's
tllMWwd portion of u.o... 1a.m.. at la lit. ; the .
St. U oaljr one ; we see only the be extraordinary of Swamp-Root I
ing
Augustine they will leave for w to KIrby and Morris Streets.
milked. r core tlMf'wM aa l tbM tm by eoMtliolloaal : bit is soon realized. It stand I
: : *-Jordon. the highest
their home at reaMdlMi. .
Northport L. I. P.sl.s tm eaUM-t Palatka.
la-
br -a Fla.
: "Oh. that' no consequence' said have been They a...... """nd1&... of lto.. Blileoa. lining, Uw I for its wonderful cures of the most dio- I It
John Henry. 'The wife does the House. guest at the Avenue )EmueMM be.. Tub w b..lbl tub.* .. lud..... Wk.. T.. D*. 1 t tnwiag case*. If yon need a medicine !: Palatka Florida.
yen a rniablla scanS or lmu.rlMil sboald
..'. "_ _ ;Mrs. Tim Hart who ball been visit kea.thE._ .. n 1 inreaull, and ..'_ike ..**._ DIlly what one-dollar aix...
,.
lug In Palatka you ale doing tII_
ha returned horn* Uoa b. It la You
Ma tak*tt oat Md this tube n lo_ to I may have a sample bottle and Study af Home
t, .' O. WHAT A DIG. |; O. B. Robinson Is slowly recover I lu foraver normol.condition. -nnf will .b.....too_ not the place that ennoble you bat .book that tU all a

ing after quite a serious Illness. ('.,...'...; nln......CMW. oat of Mv mtt cA.*Mi. toy you the place, and this 1* only by doing' 'j l about it.both sent fret S TOt
la his recent Jacksonville speenh MMIilniton Cat 55 I... ..... ,,: .... yjyiirt.. '.i fiiii. .n rMtta* Wft Dr H. E.
..,...... that which I Ia nobloy I !* DOUGLASS
S of tit*MOSUS. ,,1'1. .._ -Home Note*. by maiL Addrea*Or. siits li ys at *a.Uisfal 1.1 M.V If ,
I defending! his Everglades drainage The guest at the Avenue House w. will fl.. uar Hn.drM. liolbra roc ..* 1"Kilmer & Co.. to.' r-y'Hw-*-$ n---. w.**,..*..
held a delightful picnic on the island HM.. >>ff !-/-UtM cattclrvatan > '1'.. Meat .. \basaton N. Bing- : __t-.iy.- i-***. o__so. i...:-= I OsteopathIc Physician,
Y. .
S scheme Oov. Broward bad a lot to Saturday. be uis4 by IlAU'.euan.CtIft. .aS Ice r l or.... When a.. _..-, A.-, T_ ""__,__
,, 4 5' j, ,_ writing mention :_ 011I"1&--' Ci.OnMHMndSik'UAll
say about the newspaper Of Florida, Byr-Ever stwly forestry. De Yost I this paper and dont ..
Epworth League meeting held' w I. ':Hsxrr.co..Toi *tto. De [make any nutake, bat ... -_ --.-------
J : which the schemeS was j Sold by DmvIas, ed Vo.-Yes, Tm working on my fami remember the or. T .. __
S : majority oppose In the M. E.Church Sunday evening, 'I I T *< OMIT 1s11y prie Pals Ice eseetipsuos. ly tree now,.-Brooklyn LUe. I I 1 inane. Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root and :::::': :L :'.. Curable X>ta._ ueoeully (IrHI"
UM
addrc, Binghantton. V. eel without drugs CUronlo caspwdaUy :.
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e Crescent< City HewsCUI58O13NT CHURCHES} SCHOOLS WELAKA.
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... Fur Finn iii East Coast Railway.

--- -- -- --- . Cup Williams of the pretty
--- --- -- AND CHARITY
Innniih Sittllla. took a party

; Groceries CITY.s A letter from a member of the Sun Palntka last 'I'U".dAY afternoon Card No. 64. In Effect January 9 1906.
Mateo club states thut that club (and pleasure trip. While In town ,
Given a Quarter of Millionby
one of the most beautiful a attended the play at the opera
a U looatloiis In Florida. Touristswill not; the KPtitluinnu from Mooonsln The? Late Hon. Edwin The parry won' compound or M h" DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-READ_-. _. UP.

and Qnd It an ideal spot to Branch) wile ready mid waltlnR for lowing ladles. and 1f"IIU"I11".: / No. .s STATIONS No. TS K... 7* No.--SS No. AS
spend the winter or pass a few the Crescent City club ko pub (In nt\ Gilbert. WillIam)),,. Mr. nnd M rR. )' Daily Daily Dally Daily Dotty
Table Delicacies days of keen delight Green, M |tsp. .. Morrlxon.. Mr. (
lust club\ TinDnnhiiry ( Newrt of
'l'he at ( oIlIl.)
appearance I'rklny. a 1 00 a Ly.jaakooovllie..Ar TIO p 7 40 |i 1 40 a 8 lo a
The town l Is W und
Crescent Lakean ir.V..
on San Mateo I Kel 8Hi contained WllllniiiH A. .._ ......SO. J""k..n.nh'L 7 11\I\ I J.eeo .. .. ..
( arm of the !Bt.: Johns ) was greatly dloiippolntei > following oon of Wttlnkn. and Miss lioHPithauni \ a 0. ..._SI.AlIglI.II"......... .. / 7aiu '140.'
Fruits Nuts Etc I and l Is 100 miles by Rverl at the oon."[>pllllr"llcn of the tean rnlnfr the "publics bvquutitM. of the Master Crlll Wllllntnv of ..... .' .......,....rlantllig. ............ 188 42 a.. .
...... ........ I..I
77 mlle .Into I lIuli. a LT Ea t falalta LrFalalka osaji It a S <0 aTilTa
by rail from Jaokson- from (thin plaoo. [ Edwin| Ulbort. An. will be Woikonthe ice outcry l iii. : ; a.-; ...r....._._ l'alka' ........."L" Too DO" ,
with yule
Loave your order The( all day river ride Mrs. 1(. A. Carll hns decided to seen' Ci'HHCPiik dry, sun nmny ycnmhlBvVlntur aho"d rapidly mid U will ,not hn ; a Lv............ .-........Ar 7OQj !, a..705..
M J. W. MILLER and iii on tbe liDiiiff, has been benifllbntl long now b"rOI'IIIe will liavw ..... ...r.Baii'I..u..L" iiap 1 0) p.
sell! hvr beautifulvlnterhoine.. The
steamer ,
Crescent from Jack !!!! ( 0 L..S..M.teo..r lISJ' 70505 a
you will nob ba dlaappointed sonville to Oresceut City Is one property occupies an entire blnok lithe to I Ilia extent, of *:20,0H()); plenty,nil others.Wins for.our own, use UH well 'P :: :: '. L............... Nega..J.y 44U 05 .-

::i as to quality a of the delightful experiences of best residence! part of the tow Tim will at the lain, Edwin Gilbert Rosa : :: : C t I} cc::::: *"*=.:.,.,... Du, ::;.-t:: ....,*...*....*.*...... :: 4 4211 ItO) t :::::::::;:: a: a..

J m: and prloti., Florida tru'IeThe\ Steamer of tlHorifotown\ whose death Jlolley and her O'J a _....rinoud Uot iL..H .......... ... ....
m r leaves. Jacksonville\ at 8 a.. m. and contains a promlslhfr young; occurred hi .UrenoHtit, City: Flu., n Nettle, went over to Creweent : :: : : 12 ::, .__. ,.. Onnonil,,,,..,,,,,, :: 4 02 : 'a >3 a
::i We mako a specialty, of R every Tuesday Thursday and orange grove. The house Is a substantial week ago! folia, mnt-nlna twenty bequ..t. lent Huncliiy II) spi-nd the day : .:it**:..> aiyon* ,..,,(.>?!, an c t'.4. t. :. 8 12 a
'' .....,... '.......Port Or.u8. B 41 : .
____
r thn 1'1n Saturday reaching Crneoont two."t.\\>ry frame! dwelling. .. ro ohiirlr.iiblH I, mi nil, iid moo Liomin I bulr uncle, Mr. Jllllter. Ir \ / 4' 0 .Ar.New Nm'ru..1.v an '! a 444a"F05_

I,, Olty .at 0 p m. This trip Is the attractive to a degree. The property : InallMitlnn nncl churches. Mr. (Oil- Brewater accompanied then i .11 A......... Lake hobo ...L" 24 j p.p i p
only daylight rldo up the broad bnrb'a. lllllo home Tlllnga of (George "'. M. Wlllhiins, the % P 14 .Orange Cllf..........". iam E 641) p
Grocery and picturesque !Bt. Johue. 1s a bargain at the price asked 95,500). town' roGMlvprt OOJ "..OrRn, city Junction., laaun 12 80 ,fi! .040 p
| : giflh.'oiIs: rHiniin- thH Welnlta lop pp .
( m..tlIh
0., p.
The & a L..l binyras.........Lv Ti2 pTIa a 13i a
steamer has br..cl1O.UOO
cabins For the
.. pretty The Ladles Aid Society of thePresbyterian \ lininir provided i painful occident a few tiers '. .........()akflhli..Lv 244 p
: : and otTers cnreof the :: t : :: :::::: ;; f :: :
n delightful outlook worthy 1)lorof Miiitplncn; While on his launch a I :m"p Ar..TiOiviIIo.. : ::: 90S1B7 p."iw'j. B'IEI"a
Business even In stormy weather. churcli will Rive a most $10,01)0 bclnir Riven. to the public fouled In rope| p............. Ar............. ,.nlun..Lv. LtTa ,tW'I a............ .'.,
_
__ a Crescent Olty Is the center of pleasing. ; entertainment tonight, the schools of the town, teed $110.000) being right foot SOIIIH mid way dislocated and caught It. At .. .................. ( ............... ............ ............ OllOs 010 a

__ 1':1: n the orange growing Industry In Lath, for the benefit of tile church | divided among the Georgetownchurches ankle. He Is. doing very well\! i P L..Tllu.vtlle." ..........CocoS.........................L. ..."ji. T'ii 1 U a a..T.... i.. i
!::1 and In It wn. Ht.rlte tn middle Florida and beautiful A short farce comedy entitled "W hy ProtHHtant" and Catholic and hopes to be amble to be out *'.......kork ludve...... Bt .. law .
groves surround the pl .oe. inatltuHnim faring the name. Aa nnnounced few :::: : .: ....JlockludKe; IloliiUL.; :.: 1 'M t 2 10 'j;..... ..
excel.Seo days.Last
Iii 1'1R Good VVa Never Married," will be followed curlier 11the, week the ..........Kau U.III.,,,.__ 1941 ... 1291 ...
RM boating hunting and p.. .... ........" P....._... ...
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.Niboruo. 11 i'l 12'"
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fishing will afford amusementfor byasnlnor aprons 1 bags, and china Danbury Hospital receives $ .OUO.) week Tueadiiy was ('I ".H...........lItob..an. ......_" IIM) p....._..... .1127 ...
Rport. mon. cups to bo filled with tea or cocoa "The largest single bemiBHt of .s day here and the following .. ....HI. Lunla. 1101 ... am
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1':1: n Naptha launches be public nature made by Mr. Gllber' and gentlemHii were elected' : I : r. ; .." :::::. Kurt I'lurov: ....," >05 a.lii 15" 1080 t a.. iiif .

::J UK. nlxn. for HAY cured cheaply. for water can trips.ae- and There cake will alm aalu.> bn The clln1y.lco cream la. that of $00.000( () and the 860-acre A. UrewBt.wr mayor; W. H. .. : : : :. = : r. : :::::::: :: ::::::...... TlhlialUi Kdttll, .,.?......_..._..-._. "M 10 10 I'l IS' .at.::::::::::p.:. -967" f p..:.::::.:...

p::1, GRAIN and FERTI P1 Crescent City has good hotels on entertainmentIs farm. of the decenaed on the hill clerk and treasurer; H. H. p.. .. .............I..u..a,..........,.. .10 19 a...._... ..B'8 .....
LIZERS. R and boarding bouses at mode to begin at 9 o'clock and the admission overlooking Georgetown to theBtorra assessor and collector; Hum .8 p... .. .....-....._..,.u.rl..H.,.." 10 "....._..hot,. Hound ......... a.... ... 908 p..... .
don marshal ClnritiiCH' ,,' "
1':1: P1P1 rate rates. will be 10 cunts.. The ladles. Agricultural. School of Storra In ; ".........Wont Jtpiter....... 991 a.............' 8 4U ........
: P1P1 Beautiful shaded walks and should be favored with thin Htate, an institution in whIch Frank \ : Il, bicycle a large attendance. Mr.\ Gilbert. wee greatly; Interested. men ; W. H. Buasley Mrs. H. ......... 1'alin, lluacb.........Lv 840 .,10 a& a 8 OS p' 10 ?, p
paths.ccrrinrTinnnnnnnnnmrrrrrnrrin
I! I P 140 P "..,..Won film UoachItityhtoa ....Ar 816 a 100(1( a TM P 1021P\
P1 It l la understood that the farm I Is to Bryant, Mrs. Emory Green P .... "H.......... .......Lv 7 4HSAB ........... 18 p ........ .
A. V. DoWolf wuub to I'aliitkann, be lined by the school for experimental trustees. p........... .......JMtlray........_. ....._.,, T 01 p ..._. .
J W. Miller P........... ....Korl" Laiulonlalii. ...... .............. S OK p ............
Monday and as a trustee of this. sub- I purpoHea. Manyof the relatives Chns. S. Packard'la oonllntd, to P ........_ ....... uiila, ............... e 41 a............, e 00 p .........
c r.. r." school! district mnd.. It his busIness anti hiiHtneRN associates. of the do. with a-Severn caN" of l>roni>lilllu. p...._....... ...........llalluuilalo. ........... 8 80' a j.........,. B 48 p ......_ .
1':1: UCr" ut tt oen..pll. lire remembered In the will ..... .. ......... Lin. iny ......... e. ....... 21 ...
: to examine the deed to the old white John Dal low ..r............. ..... ......L" dcaeiaa .
In (town lust p lOpaOqp
__ cent City Fla. B t This is the t 9 which In nil, Its detail typifies the was ..I p.. .721...., L. ..........Mlaml........ lAr ....... .............., 100 ............
1':1: UP1 school house property. Mr. DeWolf brondnpRH of character and the lib. Wedneadny He CHIIIH down ......... Ar f I...... Iom..ad .. ... Iv .1p.. "........
14P11irrP1rrrrr fcfci abates hut the popular' opinion concerning ernllty of the deceased. With the Pulnlkrt to Bee his f"mlly. ;; .. .
1 oa trains 1S,11. C. 00 train
C O' 1Ii : 2. Bul'
of the bequest to the .. 81..1"1 J 1.2 Os
S House tafct the provisions of this dexcl Storra exception of the Sam Jordon l Is building him n _ _ _ _ _ I
Qchnol none bequests Toot
naplha Inunch Jc will
he hna found to be erroneous. The iHcoino effective during the life of IIITWIUIN JACK80NVILLB AND .T. AtGUSTINB

gP1 U9D D 9 ircrrr.r ccccc cmn Uu poperty was not Riven for school Mrs. Gilbert who ban. the use of the. finished.very pretty amid speedy craft \\" No. Hf Pie. ... 43' 1 N..81 N..8 N.. 83 H i
P'H .
__ IJP1 I'ItR 'W That Sells Goods ::J purposuH But for a consideration of estate as long n" ahe lives. Daily Del, :.E.. .:. Dolly Daily Doily E..llo
Our new line of LUat 'I'he charitnble. church and educational Mrs. Clarence Greenwood 2t//
:-,' the lowest pricps. U} $KM( ) It WIIH sold and deeded to the bequests are an. followat and mother. Mr. and Mrs O. W. a 000 a lOop P lOOp 4 P 1 0 p
int 1 No quack! methods. KU: then County Clerk, Forward In trust "Storrn Agricultural: College I I by have returned to their, hi,,,,, II 0. 10 1 2lee. !j9p.i.pI p920pI 0 f. 0 P

ij SHOESFor IB No Kale: ] Suds. No :fn; and his successors. forever to be Storm, farm or 8rU-acrp. and fKUIX( MiidlBonvllle, Ky.. lifter ipi\ >"( ; 1' .. : : H '.nS No. 18 ...88 H.. 12 N S.

", p'JI! medicine show But j used for whit school purposes.There "Dunbury Hospital $5, "B'lrnt of
ConirreKiitlonal church
l Is no provision In tIe deed Davidson Bryant who to
ri in
Men Women just straight-forward ra, Georgetown, 15,1X10. P 5 to p e tie 40 l i 10 1 4e e 7 65 a
;: and Children rrn:a work trying to please rn that Itsliall revert to Mrs. Ciipwcll "M ethod let Episcopal church of a on trip a visit down from to Deland Brooklyn.last N.vtbek.Y.. p T 10 pi BO p' ::11 40 p1 7 40 al 8 40 .4 S a :.1 5 tO a

1"1"1 lotI.! it in rospout. "" who ('..minted the deed Georgetown, $5.000. .., of 1'lIlm.n or Parlor exIT...,ro..II boob.rr"
itnu you every Mm. H. H. Bryant In uo .. blcb ou extra or Coal rare .
U \
J should attract your attention VVe are getting in now f::! DiP and Mrs. H. E. Johnson of "Swedish church of Qeorinitown, son In Brunswick Ua. visiting -' ob..rll"- -
$S.OOO.)( Nm--
_ 14i4 If you are after the r"t.1' I p.. goods now und want L:... Talrbury, Ill., who are spending the "Roman Cathnllo church, of Dolly No.l.N..O No Ie

( to kind'wear that well.are guaranteed We can't Iota;!' to sell you. We intn PJ winter hero are so well pleased with Georgetown 5000.( ( house L. J.and McLuod he Is now has ready openil(tn d.n : ':' layport' Brach >.17 ::r; >.U7

U 11/ afford to keep any other UIjiru vite you to call, on us. he place and the climate that theylave "Worthy poor, of Georgetown, ,10,., bess. He will ship you .any kind :1 l L..J.ok.on.Ulo.......jr 8 P"=
; kind. At the aaine, time tn No for to rltfj determined. to become 000. ; lull. to any place want Ib. P ,Ar..l'.bio U..b........,. 6 to a 4 6 p _
use permanent you .. "
you go Tnskegee' College Tuakegee Ala., I p 86V a ... .Auiotio Hooch.. ... 6 45 .1111 a 4 p _
t:! have endeavored to coinbine .. ....... ..... ...
: we with wearing llilt IIIojU I I or send away for ffcitn wlnli-r.. residents and with this i $10.000. I -- --- -- P 510 a 0f.oport..Lv S 8 I e a 450 P .H.

\ atyle ru.u goods that we have on rkjLD ';nd tu View lasb week purchased "SouthfldJ" conference.. Crescent : OCCIDENTALSTEAMS1HP
after
i qualities, and you IMPROVED TBAIM SIcaVICE.The [ AD CONNECTONS A ML
have tried on a pair you !tin account of prices. rn he home of Thus. S. Bates. 'J'be' city Fla.. $lO,0)0."Northfield) ( () .
"'" will acknowledge our .uo- / r. house la a substantial two Heininary.:: Northfleld, Atlantic Coast Line and Its at Miami with Steamships of the P. A o. s S. Cmp.oylor
story
Ii aaI.OH IIhs., as,000. neotlona are now operating so III
__ __ __ cess. M I Ir I.WCONE building of four rooms and hallways, "Mr. Kermon School Northfleld, rains from Jacksonville to Atlanta Key West and Nassau.
:::: IZPP1I| If Ifjj with a detached dining room und Mans., $25,01)0"Georgetown() Waycroos Tltton and Macon ,
I"I Of Course Everybody ::J iltcheii. The house wax. built tyhn public schools, $15,. through coaches to Na h"llIe. and Sailings Each Week.

1"1 "In these dlgglnglt" knows 111":1n I"I: In.toVIII.. G. Spencer, about 20 000."Mfe'H and man Buffet Bleeping Jars to lit. paaaengers at ahlp'a aide. No trao" r..
Farm BranchvHie\ 15000. Chicago.
------i ::J how we excel in yyGroceries. :jj The Shoe Man, t tnt yearn ago. The price pnld for the "First Congregationai church Redding Trains leave Jacksonville via ; ,show., but too their turn,arrival. ak wblch or d parture trnlna mar al,ba Cite expected(bin,. stated to arrIve la not at guaranteed and depart

m : property was $I\lJI.\! () Mr. Bates. will *l>,0(HI. CoastLlnA, d\lyat\ 9 ::00 p. m., and I hold reaponalblo for any dolayaor any oaoquoaoo anatDa.b.r.'..
nn"1P1P | Crescent City FlaJIJaLEJIJJ4 tR remain here until tho middle of the "First Congregational church, rifton 1:25: a. m, Macon 4 ::40 5.. m..
Ui! of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information
, Wilton $5.000."Public antaTtBO: a. m., Chattanooga. I 1:15:I
Io! New 'nnd seasonable goodn i ioj onArriving : I;-1'1 I.DAVcatlier : summer when he will go; north, for a .schools of Crescent City Nashville 8 ::611 p. m., Evansville 1 : THE TICKET AGENT." ">

\ dally You can rtu I M M "' season. Ire bus no fixed l plans for Flit., 10000. m., St. Louis 7:08 a. m. and
) : tu:: depend on }'reNh Groceries I gjjj;::: u u the future. 'Atlanta University Atlanta Ofa.. tf:3a.: ( m. Asst. Qen'l Pass. Act.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

I.OU nt no: ---- ttO.IMX\ Good connections are made at
!! Iteport.Crwccnt Your'loctorabout "Home MiiHlonnr.v\ Society. InConndcUc'lt. sonville from .all Florida points,
Auk
EjjjG. LChamberliiTsjlun Oily temiiornture, for tu) week end- $10,000. affording the quickest and most
', "ig.March 9lh, luwti)\ Fewer Gallons ; Wears Longer "American. !.Board of Foreign MUlorm nient service from this territory to
,
:! Max.I Mi & F. RAILWAY
) Crescent city.Fresh fur for .. ...-- .--- $6,000." West i"I"

g C aLlCi March. T $. m.2,P. m. 9 |I'. m. S4hre IIlhr.S. For further Information see
!',!',r..r.r.".r."rr.j"I"If'. ; ;".r.cr. :; lJclIu ; Katunlay, B7 73 "97a)" CO A Birthday Pa.'ty. agent or, "Consult The Purple
4. Snndny. /M HI 6.1 BUS' MI Cold F' ..t.
--- A.I Monday.I 61 69 01 07 47a I Miss Spsncer of New Yorkn, popuiir The Best Route to
: Tiiomluy., : nil 117, on, on ill Never BO to l bed> with cold feet; never
( .- V' 'V'WI"jIoN.'Q' 7. ilniMilay.. as I iw'.i, OJ 04 6iII winter truest nt UTOVH Hull (or try to sleep without being perfectly When You Visit CrcHceut

9.. 'Ihisr.dey FrIday 61M 01 (67 MM 6 66. uu 70 M 4014 I the past several seasons, wits eiitoralned certain that you will be able to keep Next Time Call and see otlRtftI ,.

,} Garden Seed f B I U WILLIAMS, OlMurvor.i by the guests of the house one hem warm. To lie one night with cold ttculta.

-- -- -- evening limb week. the occasion being feet gives auch a strnla to tbe system James W. Long'sStock

;; I- i FortheSpring gU LI Ua her. bJrthdIL).. 1\\llts l Spencer, It seems, os 'will\ be felt seriously perhaps en
i contracted this birthday habit some In a fit of sickness. Cold feet show ..4 General ,

PlantingWe a\ Personal and Social e et.I years ago( end wherever she goes Its an unbalanced circulation. The very !Meats Groceries, Dry Goods iJ au mO-t1etH Toinft, .

the pleasure of her friends to as- best thing to do hJ to worm them by exercise Tin and Stovewear Lamps, '

have every thli'K you ; o r. m r. r. r.Cr.L slat her in happy remembrances of It that be practicable; If not, Our prices are right. Two Trains Daily North Bound.
1 The Soiulifleld: Hotel closed for the by dipping them la hot and cold water

1 : wn.nt In this line. thin week. the; day. alternately two or three tines nnd then
season Lnstyear Miss Spencer entertained using vigorous friction. If that does Lake p.ln.tka. No. 2, 5:25: a on' No. 10. B:40: p m.

-- .-- John O'Cu.lIl1ll1"lI'Iolted. Jlaatlntfa many of the guests. of the Hall ata not warm them and keep them warm Silver Poultry Yards, Palatka. Southbound, No. 1, 10:00p: m.
No 0,10:30 a m.
Place. Brown
SliifrloComb
'. Our "NO. 44" will cure during the week. picnic luncheon. on the lawn at the lent them before the fire drying them Our Hpencor Ulrda are Uunutles, Mattnm, not

, Chills and Fever Headache Paul O. Smith was a business vlal- hIke front of theVIIUn.m.. grove and thoroughly, and then correct your habIts il It mo re Btraln. KKKH for hatuhltiK. by
l >reMHl tl BO per 15 At yard H Alwo a fuw
OoIds and Billloufneas. Try tor to Pal"tkn.ltillt Monday\ the happy occat Ion will be long remembered or Improve your health for be sure [inrtn of heavy weight Black BrahmS '
i. bat one or the other Is wrong perhaps In It* weokd when well fud. Price name an
bottle 25C.Lound's. Dr. and Mrs. H. K.: JoJinsou are by those privileged to at- both. bor"., Addrutift K. H. KAK14. Seville, above are | : without notice, and the

0.1 pondln" the week at St. Augustine tend. This yeiirJB was her purposeto departure .nbJectltoohanpe. .

Drug Store and other cast coast resorts. repeat this entertainment Inclement weather., but she Ask the Iturteiulcrs. : _d _. :I:. : cars from Tiffon to Atlanta Chattanooga\ Nah'lle.
: was prevented by about "Fewer Gallons. Wears Longer."
: Capt. and Mrs. S. M.\ Laliree entertained ; all-the-year-round Elegant sleeping
L number of their lady And instead the guests( assembled In the Dentist. Pulman oars Valdosta to Atlanta.
a -- -
,- : Crescent City, Fla.St parlor In the evening and held a card --_ .
gentlemen friends at a "Dutuli And In the hush of silence dared the In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Mncon
The parlors had been omoa at Resilience on Prospect Hires
iiiuch" lust Friday. evening. party.> 'embnrrnaaed" maiden to treat .
decorated in honor of the Crescent City, .
iretttly Mm rude.
. to rates routes, schedules, sleeping car reservations]
Mr. and Mrs. New hull and their
Miss the of "GroveHall"
guests
iccnslon, and dainty refreshments Spencer: : application to
Johns Rlvrby Oayllant. little of Detroit upon
two bright boys ar- are In accord of mind
served. Then there
|The Beach & Miller Line, tvod last week and will\! be guests fora vntatlon were to the guest of honor was a in pre-a That the upon anniversaries thin glorious of earth your. will advent Eggs For Hatching.From : \ Depot Ticket Agent, Paln.tk.

, mouth or more of Mrs. Newhull's Pros. CifAa. B. RHODES Gen. Passenger Agt
t Steumar CRKHCENT. pretty and appropriate speech by make tin glad to find Pure Barred Plymouth Rook ;
mother, Mrs. O. Lyon. Your future In numbers Macon Ga.
one of the gentlemen guests.The years, so
E Setting of IS f 1 00.
laKVHjaokiionTllleoaTueadaya.Triura) [and: Sutunlaya at BW a. m. for tiraen Cove, Attorney David Cavil of New York following" address written by n __ ___
,I. ll'ttlalka, and prlnulpal WajtB That the past by compare will np- Q. Prevatt
.. urmoent" City who baa been on a visit to his. mother one of the gentlemen guests, WaS also l 4. pour as infancy no I bus IllumiIIOUS. Mrs. n. ,

. | Or '$ .. or..eo. - Krldaya and Mnndufiat 7 a. m. ,
I I Jaakaonvllle' ; wharf foolol Laura Street left for home Monday. His profll"- Greeting to Minx. Spencer from the ------ -- -------- F
" Teloplione mtr..t onul engagements were such that he guests' at "drove Hall" Fla.. upon EFFECTIVE JAN.
Paiatha' wharf hot otL.mnn, 10,1000.
f could not make a longer visit. the occasion of herth birthday I

It was evmilng when the moon at orlb and Coot. I No 1M I Nest I
H. H. Cooper left on Monday for full did shine In brightness. \ N4 No 84]I No 1 L. ICy 7 lOp 0 ftj1LV I

A. D.TORREY.Undertaker Rookledgti where ha will spend some When fair \'I'omellllnd brave men did Over Half MillionSATISFIED 1..k..I..I'I..1.G. ...1 ICY .0 Slip U 4.l 10 40.r \'
I and where heexpecU to gather In fantiistto. stops of lightueas. a 122111" elda 7Mp ... Mactin ... lIy t lIla I4t'l" '
ten days
and Embaliner. lOOp' lilies Io4oIp' Ar AIiuta, Ua i .... N Uy S lUa
I meet his brother-in-law and slater 4'61 I Sip 1"I' Ar 10m.u. .. .Uy T lea s Sip to tea
Thus we poor mortals. did assemble 8 Mp e .. Ar D.lon. u... ..10ty 8 tl Olni, Ii .
I Full Hue of Caskets and Coffins. Mi. Cooper expects to remain. In Crei With purpose brave. like moon, CUSTOMERSDo I I" 1" Irp a G Ar 01..1 I, 5 .. 10201' iOta
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his return rill summer.A 12p n tea te Ar 1 Ip 6...,.....
cent City on resemble
t Telephone 8 ii ilbiti 8 lila Ar OlnulnhlLi. Ohio. Q.1 7
think such enormous business could be built and "1 11
All sprinkled round with stars of you an op
t JttESOENT CITY fLORIDA Rftme of Dime ball\! between the woo,tic r. continually Increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit I I... I 0 Oil 3 &p Ar Lv Oitloag(;'IttOitlIlati,,, I..O.ttiif.: : Pour Your 1 I I ; 1 :1 a 5 altO eufv i::::::

__ ___ egular Crescent City team and a Yet did wo with kindest heart commit Do you think we could hold the trade of hail a million people K our I 3.CIa lOa I 4 S 10 I s 4 SOp mop Cincinnati, 0..Ps Liooc ,i5. a lea
scrub". nine mada up largely of employees a blunder reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? 1010. C S Slip' Aft'bieoii,...> PaLinco ; moa I lOom: ,I::::::

of the Presto'n-MIUer Co. en- The hel'ollll.1111.1<.1 of note with Do you think u. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors Bankers. Business It lOla I I ibis i L. OmnOInnaii .0 I. SlIp S :t aArOhiocgo
; Crescent City Transfer Co., raven hair, and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using I Slip SlIp IIIP i ..... 1'\8\ Slits 3 1.Lv .

I rrtalued quite crowd of spectators ter firm exalted features, well t heyWeI'll ItAYNER WHISKEY it it mum't' all rlghIPDo !.L41. r'ln.lo".I. ..0 H & 8 "I' 5 201t........

leets all trains at Oiesoint City Junc last Saturday. The regular team had pretty fair you think doctors and would unadulterated recommend It sod hospitals use it. if itwasn't .no I'Irl.. gxuresa"" Ar Af : rrt. .. .:::.0'i.i4. DI_; = .:.uiL SlIm: ., :
walkover. With otrpiire except what we absolutely pure ::
no
tion. Night trains a ,
appointment. .
Mra., M.E. Arland for the past several must all endure Just think these things over carefully and then tend as a trial order. .. .oO'. II'o NO." Ar f.v Ob000Iaol..limit Cinotunait: :. .:. Four 1 5 elM,1 4001!I :tom:1:::::'
S M. LABBEB. Meosger Your back if not tatlaBaoV
The yearly advent of a birthday' money you are L. .... "' ., '
L"II.loo. ..1 713
W. A.luaabll Limited. Dully
of Mrs. Fla.
l wek! the guest Illre. United Sm... ....t..Wuhleatoo.D. C. Sleeping car,Jajkaon- ::51. tool I .:: .. In;'PI :el'\\ :
left for her home In the Lake .
} She wa most ruthlessly decoyed "1 have found Hayner Whl...,...exceptionally far table and medicinal pu......" .. :
I W. B. 8HOTWELLi Superior country last Monday. Mrs. from her calm. retrant. W.... M. Strmart.U. Llmllod" Veetlble Annl.'on irmtngham Ala. Ala...Co Sp' ;
month With pretext: whlet, "why certainly .6. Senator from Nevada Rom tomparIm.nt, A MemphtaT.un..Frtoo.,1100111'1.
i Builds Row Boats Arland expeoa to spend a It would be quite sweat!" : :j '::11, ) : nar :: KS,...tidy, ;: .Prian: : .: ::::::

Bepalra boats, buggies and makes all with her sister In Indiana and In It was In the parlor of the famousGrove r.. M.mpb'' ....... ..., ii ... ....
.
t before runctilng homo. Hall Ar .. .
Chicago, B. $ .
binds ot WOOd work bt his shop ; =
I repairs ;
I n rear of hie MEA MARKET. J. H. Orevn of Frultland who ha. : :Surrounded! by trees of orange;! with HAYNER WHISKEY th; ;j :" c =
vxpvetanl fruit( for all. Ho. i-"Th. Florida Dally aolldveatlbula
Cr..,oent City Fla. nadu. a most capable member of the Rut like frozen hearts that pass, the ..... 'lp train through day : .. and: Full
j Ba.ttafttOtory. work guaranteed at Dln buy man |iluK to Oliiulnnaii' ,
'- prices, County Board of Publlo Inatructlou fruit It took a cold ..M By s tea Birmingham, 0. 1.'k"n.ll. .a. Ulty.UlDlag .
: .d
- -.------ front this district will be a candidate And w.. alt know about It for the FULL $ 0 EXPRESS ..... Ito By I lop tar,
story old. fly a rip
If have either . for renomlnatlon In the coming prl- .a very 4 .8 ,. S top' No.I''he. o and Florida Hueolal;" Sol
I you 1'tut every birthday. la n pledge of I & SoNy 8 id .. Pullman Drawing KoomC'ara
nary, and It Is doubtful If a, better i new hope QUARTS PREPAID .ltoitY ., between St Aufruellne, Jackaunvitle, (.'In-

I Oah1er[ 1TOJFlIII[ of 1llaerifiesI man could be found for the plaoe.Edw. Bringing!: a warmth of joy that can. : '::: S C : olnnatl.I.Detroit .1"psr I Ulevelantl will I ,operate DetroIt north SOil St.Louta. ot.

..'. Burne. of Port Cheater, defy the Pope.It oun OFFER We will iand "....Ia a plain' Mated ...., with no ) U..lu.-Rm and tnolnn.t Monday. Weilneiday. and Prlilay
was therefore rude tor even IUIf-1 I mark to show oonnnta. FOUR PULL QUART <.. and > :TutMuay.;Thtinidajra and Satur
I I to dispose of, und, wish toke.p N. Y., spent last week In town a gest aprtae for privilege to (' BOTTLES OV HAYNBR PRIVATB STOCK RYB POX. ii:* and ... days 111* rout Route ninlng&far

posted regarding guest; at Grove lhMr.\! Burnea U a low many birthdays, tO isis Spencer I will pay the expraaa ohanraa. Taka It Home and aampla II.Save your doctor No. IT."Tlia, Atlanta Bpanlal." Pullman
_I prices they are brlnfflntf of Hon. Wm. Ryan, a former had l previous$ ocuiMloif to blesfV i taat It-ever, bottle It yon wi.... Tben II Too don't !tad It jnil .. wa say Car Service Drawing Rom Hltieplnir Cant, Jaekunnvllln) ..
_ on the New York market nephew and .perfxjtlr. aaUal.otorr.ahlp It back.. to na AT OUK BXPEN8B: and roar Atlanta and UliattanooKa., P..enors oan remain
uorrpnpond with congressman from New York and A man nf years mal un. la bloom of I, W.29: will be promptly" nfandxl. How.could any elar be MOst Moo _u udoe'S h Train In ileeparln Ailunta until too .,

.3 one of our prominent grove owners. youth ntadH no pr.t 'nllon, I i rlika cant.Ordan .
Mr. da For he wori a barren. crown, with ,I for Aria..CaI.Col.. Idah .M""t1 Na*.,N,M....OTa..Btah.Waib., '"
; B. Dowries & Go. He atated that Ryan may yet or Wro.. on lha baali ol 4 (or.4.u<)br Kxpreee Ire.paid ARRIVALS A1 JAOK8YLM.
olde to take a run\ down here for a ,not ont a ion spear. of hair to prove In- or .KO .4'a rt.lor .!*. <>,by 4r.l ht rrcpaUd. .ete-Wo.ltl.. 1'hfn'.and Palm LImi."" ". .... ........SP0 pi
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\\\I3|>I Duane St. New York. short visit Mr. Hiirnna U IS very H* did, however, to the rescue fly. to Writs our.._..affloe and do It NOW. fl '".-:" .1I, ''%aild ylrIbs.. .f.: ." .-C?I.ate ala
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and a typical this maiden's h .1m".1
agreeable' gentleman\ guard own-- ryeara. 'bat 1''
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THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY Cb..naa"II" AI.n"10 <11"- .
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i of the (rustling New York ailanda Ill. . .n
UBNT peolmen .
-II TCf? -Furnlahnd .npnrtmentn But for mirth .
the AUlehopo\ iifitrtment hnumi.Itodern. iiiainesn luau He made many Joy only would(the turn to tears provoked a .11...., ... Daytea, O. St. Louie, Ms .... Psul.Mlmk, Ag"ut, 10H-Wnat-Bay- -srr-.er.-Jaoknonvtllfl.-------J-:..

.L 0 conveniences. !Suitable'! for rlnuda during his short stay Rod all I Wit!i feeling touched In sympathy 4
.'l,. Ine Payson or ;two Crescent persons.City Apply F II. F.l-6-tf./.M. are hopeful that be may come again. ha did Inlst. with ofturt crude, '''I T. B ;OOKI MUtGAN.{ A. 0,1 ,.


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; Mro. n.V.. Chase and her son, John J P. Wall a Candidate for 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS1 &1 g W'If '-=
News
The Palatka
<.)1..&, S. (.'balm' a leading attorney of State Senator..
Detroit, w.-rp guests at, the Putnam -'-""" l iT.:Titii'E uro; t.--

-. --- Houso last Friday and Saturday. Bon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hall
To the DomocrtUlc Vote of Putnam Oot, f Tells Youthat "
uo>.& t wOft
AJ... Ready I n W"fi Happenings' ::d' frequently visit this section.if. senatorial primary for district.Htate Senator That from much thin.U L mnUirliil 8tj te Stannic DlKtrlot.from, 61'b'I'e I.

: O. Osteen, a prominent member I .lull to thank you for Its very Knuorou
stock consists
Personal mention.H. of tbe executive committee learned from the following: cbaracterlBtio support you have. given me In the imnt and our of old
county
: 'l" el, letter received by the Newson /KJ Molt your voUiant the twmlnu primary.,,
; For was and In the a leading city Tuesday.farmer of Mr.Holllst Usteen, Monday and which we publlnh Very rewpwtfully'u., H. aILL. goods just you put it down

C. Atnason *Is In the city from aid not remain over to the committee construction below. Mr. Wall of the U News'mistaken. language In his FOR IN l.KOIH- I that they are Jealous

C.,dar visit to his family, t meeting owing to the Illness of RKPaEstpT1Vo!
Keys on a and of which he complains. This 1& of
his aged mother. Ttomooratlo Voters of Putnnm Got '
To the
IF Miss Emma Olmstead of Pomona paper was discussing candidates for
I I henttvv nimoimt'e myself a candidate, forKfpreeontatlVM .
t'' SpringBusiness visited friends the city yesterday. Concerning the poor children of t the House of Representatives when In the, l*>ttHlature! ( aulijact, to
: Palatka we are again reminded that It said "Mr. Wall did say that be your approval. the conuiur prluuirlvtt.. EDMONSON'SGrowing
Mrs. I. A. Bougbton of Bridgeport, there are none of the needy class would not attain be a candidate." W. .1"". JlOOKKO.
I. the of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bun Mateo March lull, I\M.\ ...
guest from the fact that the ladles of the Ills exact language was that he
Davis. Patriotic Order of America at the would not again be a candidate forepresentatIve"iuiPiYiiiS To the Domoorntld Voters of Putnam, Got.

I_. t Tlios. Murray has returned from opening of school last fall mid a R .. that he will UenU IM, m, candidate",,,-Thla., In for to Rttprw-enlatlve auiiounue. that. In I Dry Goods

New York and< Is much improved in canvas of the city with the purpose might be candidate for "State" Ben the IxtBlfllfitureln the. npprottcIiliiM' prlnmrIHM .
health.O. of furnishing school books to children tor. But here Is hIs letter: l ..and that I will grateful for your HUU-

unable to buy. They didn'tfind PHTNAM HALL. FLA.. 1IIar.12, 11108.) m p[ort.constant.11, iiomtiintml purpone: and'to eltwtwl work lort will:.I11.8..1.0' \most lieinv I Business.I

C. Husband the well-known a single one. MrW.. A. RURSELL. l'alatka. tithe(nullS)' and. the entire ntat... .

merchant of Qrandln, was In the city I Rev. W. F. Allen of the Dear Sir:-In the last Issue of your You ., very YR""KLL.reii'
pastor WILLIAM A. .
: -' -- : With a BigAssortment yesterday. Tltusvllle circuit, M. E. church, paper there Is part of an editorial -- "IITATBItTTOB -- i Fact is: We sold the old stock long ago

J. H. Wylie. the well-known Interaction and a son of County Commission, that Is misleading in reference to KY
_ of Monday You -John P. Wall of T< tha' Oemooratlo voter* *of tha ElKbth JuUlcIclal and now have more new goods
spent I. myself.
nurseryman L> Allen of Frultland has been anolntd sav. ; Circuit of the Riate of Florida:
In the city. p principal of the public Putnam Hall did say that he would HavIimgserv.dyosmtn' capacity of Btato'a r I) proportionately than
A The Celebrated of school at Osteen. Mr. Allen will not again be a candidate, etc." In Attorney. .Inoe July. A D.190S, and tniHtlnu lhaiPOU any
Miss Davis Charleston
S. C., Is Mary In the city on a visit to Mrs. l Ive at Osteen during tbe school this you are mistaken. I never b are'have r.prs..entd appproved tits of Hlate time and manner I'' 'In which' I other store In
Joseph Marvin. erm, but will still act as pastor of said such but I did say and repeat d ulls.. I solicit: : your votecat the :: :rnaI.'i| : !
he: circuit. He Is one of the best It now that "I won't be a candidate mnry 'orthe po.lllon of btaten Attorney fur I Palatka
Griffon Miss Oene Fearnslde returned Saturday products of Putnam county. for the Lower House of the Legislature tbe. KtKhtb Judicial Circuit.

from a visit to Jacksonville at the next primary." Very reaperiftitly.15sNJ.:: p. C AI.UUON., } And the Goods are Elegant and the

and Fernandlna. Some twelve or fifteen white Now to I would not be a candidate -
pay I renpectfullv announce that I am a cand-! Prices are Low at
schools of the county will have a.even
well that Is too much. We d for the. office of for the 1 !
Jute' Suite Attorney
Hon. and Mrs. J. H. Harp of Cress
-i months term this year by reason have several officers to select at the Kluhth Judicial Circuit of Florida, rompotted,
BrandHand cent City were In the city fora brief of the provision of tbe state from constable for of theConntte of Alaohua 1 Baker Urn., 1 ford.'
time Wednesday.. coining primary Levy and Putnam.: 1 comwtvetne faithful.. and;
board of education to give; two extra
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,. the 12th justice district of Putnam energetic dlnoharKa" of the dutlea... of the office tOe EDMOOV3.
E. D. Lounds postmaster and drug- months to all schools showing an county to state senator for this 20th b a.',,>red obligation. to the State and If thooteraoftheolroultfavorme _
Tailored Suits gist of Crescent City, was a visitor average attendance of 80 per cent of senatorial district. I sometimes \ with. tie. nomination -
I thorn interests. ot thehtate
that the
their enrollment. Many of tbe other pledxe
In Palatka Wednesday. think I will tackle friend Joe and
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and society I 'Hhall not suffer throimb favor
For Men s schools because of this aid, will get take: care of the county funds for two or negligence of mine.: Taoa.: \\'. FIKI.OIHU.Hwrke _
Hon. Jos. M. Rivers of Gainesville a six instead of a five months term. years, but when I think that If I lose Florida. I ;
candidate for state attorneywas To tbe Democratic voter. of the Elgbtb JuUlulnl -
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pocket knife Joe always givesme
in In the city on Tuesday. Joseph Hammontree of McMeehln my Circuit of Florida
and \V. A. Hobbs ot Oak ton, both a new one. Then there Is tius. Believing.. that my thirteen yeara practiceof
Chevoits Mr. Wm. H. Hoyt and Mrs. W. O. members of the county democratic Good thing he takes me home with law toH.tbr with my exporlunce' aa a i!II : "If, : I ; : a .t.. : an
: Serges, Holmes returned Tuesday from a executive committee were in the him occasionally, and gives me a proBecutlng; attorney, fully lit me to dU-I t. { (
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and pleasant visit. in Gainesville. city on Tuesday. Mr. Hammontree good dinner. or I would give him a merge. lit thedutleHof the rmiu'It Suite of ninny Attorney, friends,I. therefore an-

Dr. G. W. Gentry of Lake Kerr, made the motion to allow each district p ull. And Uenls, he I. good fellow nounce my.," a """,lId,,... for nomlniitlonIn
and will let smoke his If Iwollid the LVmuoratlo prlmiiry.' for Suite Attorney -
Worsteds. to nominate its me plpo Not HaveA
was among the prominent visitors In own county for the Kltfbth JudlHulOlruult:\ of Klortdiii Why
S the city W ednesday noruini.v. commissioner and school board accept, that saves him. If lfuoInatn.d. I pledge. myitelf to courttH -
members. a motion that was seconded I might take. a shy at Bullard, but >UHly. ec'onotiiitmHy. .. and faithfully ,he.imnrgetheduiles .
: -. These Suits are \ F. Rogero, a prominent citizen by Mr. Hobbs and carried by a he grows nice tangerine oranges, and :' of the office: soul thecouri.to hlpuiitlutatn

of San Mateo, and a candidate for vote of 10 to 6. ''I came very near getting some of the dignity and honor I..... M.of KlVKKH.tftlneavllle Good Cooking Stove when
: made to Fit the legislature, was in the city Tues !, them and be not present. Well, for ( FI.... March tfth luxt.. you

rind have everyappearance day.Mrs. Third Col. street A. J.is Hilburn's one of time residence most beau on that thought If It I puts Mm to above Into my FOR TAX COLLECTOR. can get one fully guaranteed for
opposition. was lump .
J. D. Mitchell of To the Democratic Voter of ''
HuntlngUm t
tifully decorated homes In Palatka. .
th. ring and to knock the lrou..ntr'r.'be: :.
attempt I hereby raw nee t fully
: r of came to the city this week to assist The colonel Is not member of the two R'a (Rogers and Redding) I candidate.. (or re-nomination. for the. office of only about
at the Putnam House musicals last. K. of P's but he Is a Knights Tem Tax Collector" of Putnam County subject. to
: the bestCnstom night. plar and u member of the Ancient might fail for both have my sympathy the.action of the Democratic, primary.
and would get too many votes I Ih.nk.1I my friend for their pant 'oyon.nd
Hon., Cromwell Gibbous of Jack, and Honorable Artillery of Boston, from tbe same cause for me to risk many k1ndn...... and a continuance. ofihoM 10 Cents a Day
I Made and he believes in decorating in hon favors and kludnee will be atroatly
sonville, ex-speaker of the Legislature i If. As for justice of the peace of this -
at the Putnam House or of visiting fraternal bodies. He district have failed for several appreciated. vomits very nmpoctfuUy.A. .
'I was yes- we ..8. \\ ILL AMD.
1"'. Clothes. terday. also regrets that the residences of years to find anyone who would haveIt and use It while ? i
you
Palatka were not more generally FOR COUNTY TREAflURER. you pay
i and I don't want to ba meaner
.
: This:] Spring'8 Patterns Miss Anna Livingston of Jacksonville decorated. All who have seen the than neighbors. Constable. is no To the. 1>omoeratl. Voters of Putnam, County: .
: "" spent several clays Ir. the city handsome decorations on the front .my I hereby announce. myself a candidate. for renaming See
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. DIlId \ r Dick has a deputy at_ every t Ion aa ioiinty Treanurar. at the url- .
of Col. Hllbourn's ad-
I. ; home have
I'';'; are cross road. Ho as a last resort I shall marle. to be held on May imb next. I thank
Benbow. mired the work. have to bid for senator. Don't want, you for past courtmlea" and prumlwe that II J. H. YELVERTON Jr.

Especially Fine. Columbus B. Smith editor of the Rev. T. W. Moore of Leesburg has. my candidacy to prevent others from elected tried to, to In aerv the pan.you In the Reapeci future;u r/ have : ,

Madison New Enterprise was one of l mr r Invented a new style of rotary engine seeking the same place. "Tla well] H. I.K...........

I the representatives at the K. of P. that Is a marvel. For the past few for the people to have more than one FUR TAX A8MKSHOR.To 520 Lemon Street,

grand lodge. days he has been in Palatka and i to pick from. Let such ones stand the emocratlc.. Vole of ,

S Mrs: Walter Harden and two children with the aid of a first-class machin-. or fall on their publio record if they I b..by.ono"""" that I am Putnam a candidate County for: Palatka Florida.

Then we hare an and Miss Katie Owens of.Satsuma est has completed!? his engine. Of have one, or their fitness for the I the office of Tax AM eatior..nd promIse. nom ,
this place. Yours In.'edlo aerve you. attain. ... I have done In the
engine N. J.
Tllghman, an expert
Hlgbts, visitors In the Ilb.nk.lI
were frlenda
pau for .pat favorS .nd
Elegant Line of city last week. says: "I connected it to one J. P. WALL. ask your help again. km.prctfnily. Furniture on Easy Payments.
of our steam pipes where we carry W]) .**. F. 1IULLARDMUPRHVIMOKOP w
A. K. Wilson, editor and proprle to loo pounds of steam ; the engine Ask Your Barber

_ I' ) Straw andPanama tor Fort of the St. Lucia County Tribune, starts at any fraction of tbe revolution about "Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.', REGISTRATION.Totiielemocrat.ofputnnni County. tWJU mmmmmn-1J !)E.mEmmm )!1t
Pierce visitor in Palatka
,
was a without help It having no dead I hereby announce. my..." aa n ".candidate
Wednesday.. centres. By the speed Indicator It for re-nomtnntitm to the onlce of Supervisor -
_ L Hats run 7ao! revolutions per minute with: Killed the Negro. of Ht'KlHtratlon of Puinani county auhject,
Hon. Chas. Dougherty, ex-mem to your apprmal In. the .
5'f approttfblnif prl-
::= ber of Congress from this district, out shaking the small piece of plank Capt. Ed. Lucas of the steamer marie Ttmnklnu you for past nupport & 'I, \
on which it was spt. It Is supposed lam, Your p-ftfully: : ,
which we want to was a dlstlnguised visitor In Palatkn to possess 25 horse and Is not Harry Lee killed a negro passenger miasmA ...T..A"... WE'tt\ "MAKES
power I
on Wednesday.The
so heavy but what two ordinary men by the name of Will Campbell: on the I Piilatha FlaM March 7th. IUM. OLD ::

Tr' Show you. Central Firs Station has been, can lift It Into a wagon with ease; it Mateo up trip last between, this afternoon.Campb..U. city and. San FOR COUNTY ('UI I1"KIONIKH.!: SEL '\\\\\\Jl't\-\ THINGS! NEW

moved to the new City Building. bus the fewest parts of any known Monday To the Democrat. .of Putniim, County: ... .
Firemen and citizens I I generally engine, and is so constructed that who is a bad negro. and oJt h.,. rehy( announce my"' candldiic:::: for the 'm ......" ;,, ,,, >;
whose live
parents at Crescent City,, of Oounty umiiiintloii' for
should take notice. steam cannot escape until It has I for Putnam. I It will make your woodwork. pl>r>o and furniture look I''''. Imsef. mil.. by
done Its work of the had been a deck hand on the Lee County HlHtrlc-t 10./ I. mini nMiMftiullvmolUllyoiir 'Imply' 0".' tha aurtaaa with a cloth moistened with the V.ei....
revolving ma In I lOI..a
t; : This year we have Judge J. I. Whnberly. the demo chine." Capt. Lucas dlschargod him for If..1..1.0 support thlHotllctf the HnprouciiinK I pli. *.lue priiniirlHN. lltlla ) da the work aially. It 'la not a varnlah." Tharala na drying- :
S ; cratic war horse of Interlnchen, at cause and paid him oil that morning.. to hive to Ita duties full heed and vou. ta wait far. Large .. enough to ranovata the ordinary homo, BOa.
: placed in Stock a tended the executive committee When tbe boat left on its return trip ....lLllluv.to advance.. the lnt>nnt. .of tho do mv county Itt.u.,1 '",,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,"""""",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,..,"'''''''..."."",.""""",...

meeting ou Tuesday. Ask Your Milkman to Drayton Island in the afternoon Kvnpei-tfullv W. ... ?\l\t..TO.youra. ,

_ : Big Assortment of Prof. Roy S. Geiger, principal ol about "Fewer Gallons; Wears LongeV."'. Campbell got aboard. When Capt.. Pomona, Flit,March' 7tb, 1WW. For SaleAckermanStewart by
Lucas went the
S the Crescent City school was \In attendance ---- .---- rounds to collect i To thel"'m""mUo'ot....*of Piitnniu county:
Trunks Traveling the K. of P. dance lit fares he saw Campbell and asked I ahall. he .a cniidltluto, for rv..II..IIIIIIII", ..
upon
for theofllue ,
Have New him where he was. going. The negro p i'nnnty ConmilMMioiifr fixtin
Bags and the Armory Wednesday evening ft. Captain. replied that he didn't know, and that Ing l'l.trh'1'0.prlmarlea./ I of and Put take"...thin(Bounty muthod' In t lie of tom-auk Drug

Mrs. Bowies' millinery opening on The Gem City Guards (held a meet- he wouldn't pay fare. He also curBed Ing your support, proinlNlng. that If nt..*lected .
Suit Cases- Wednesday and Thursday attracted lug at the Armory last Tuesday night L the captain and struck him on the I to serve.)'ou.In the future aa I have In the

.5 : a large; number of ladles who were<< and unanimously elected Dr. W. WU. arm. .punt. Thanking In .>rcontfHta all, for, I your. generoutjupport Company.

': This stock is delighted with her pretty display Wall captain. Jo;. Noble Calhoun, Capt. Lucas then drew his pistol, Very. truly am.your' .

g Mrs. Whittier of Mass.,, a former captain of the Guards wall but Campbell caught him, took it W. 15. ALfcEK.: .
Chicopee -
elected second lieutenant. \V. H.. and struck the --- -- -- --- -- -- -- -
than is shown who has been the of her cousin away captain over r To the Democratic.01..0'Putnam countv:
larger guest
Collins the .. ,,
first lieutenant, holds I the head, knocking him down. The At th luHtance of many 'rl..d.1 bavwde-
Mrs. L. C. Royce during the past in that titled to an nounce myaelf aaa cundUUite for /ifflNNNNN'
over position. Corporal Davis wound on the Capt. Lucas' head bled NNNNNNNMft.r4.
: anywhere else in several weeks, will leave for Atlanta electad the office of County Commliuiloiier. for Putnam .
was treasurer of the com profusely, and be was groggy; from I I (Countv from, DlMrlct No. a. and I respectfully
today.
Pal atka. pany and Sergeant Wlgg, the secre, the e ecl. of the blow, but he stag ,I auk your support. lit' the coming ;
; The residences of Messrs. Mellon, tary. gered upstairs and securing his gun, to Democratic. prlmarlea.to the, best of If elected. I promlwe. MILLINERY OPENING! |
.rv..yolt 111 r nlitlliv.
Walton, Wattles and others In the 'Ihe boys are going to place the started back to where the negro! was Youra renpectfully,

\. ----- west end were very prettily decorated company on Its old time footing. and I on the lower deck. While half-way I. W.: OL"1OI o ?5
this week in honor of the K. of I'. they are looking; to their new captain I down the stairway Capt. Lucas saw Bo.t..lck. FI.. .., March' 7th.isa.Totheinocrutaofputnan. Wednesday and Thursday Mar. I 14-15 I |

: '; r celebrations. accomplish the job. Capt. WallIs I the negro with the pistol pointed at I : Countyt ,
; Of course the a veteran of the Spanish-American I him whereupon lie raised his 1 horchy aiinounc nijwir: ciimlUlnte: for :
A
\ I tine of
gun pretty Spring and Bummer
:J. W. Gllsson the well-known merchant war and was a member of the Palat- and fired. the omc* of Ouunty' TotiiiiilNHlun for Millinery, Notions 5":
;- : all know of Bostwick attended the I People committee meeting on Tues company. Campbell was hit in the neck and I Inn primary, aunt I respectfully auk your nun-: these dates. Don't fall to attend. *,
shoulders and died port. TUuiikliig you for patti klniliivuwi, I
this time that day. Mr. Gllsson Is a candidate for Immediately He I ...... Very truly. yours. '
by was carried to Buffalo
J j Blurt where 'I' .
:': county commissioner. Wants & Pardon. I the boat was tied up and Capt. Lucas I Putnam. Hall, March. 7tI,. mo.' J KooE"- ::: /VYrs. A. L. Bowls |

Aaron Varnes, former county That the pardon Idea Is I telephone the facts to the sheriff and I To the IM.niocrntn. of Putnnm Oountvi. : ,
spreading :: BOB Lemon
S commissioner and a prominent citizen in asked that officer and the coroner t Iconic 1.1111111" a cniullilHtA for County roiiunlii. Street
S I the convict of the state loner from >
camps Dlntrlft No.6 In the
apurimfhliiK
BROWN'SIa7 -
Bannervllle to that
of in the
was city Is doubt. place. primary sod will ,
there no In fact there I. a anpret'lut anI thank mmHNft
last Tuesday attending the executive suspicion that it has already become Justice Rnwton and Deputy Ken. you for your. nelr>ct 'l fur: chic roHponMlliIttornc -
committee meeting. ; nerly chartered a boat and went to f l"'prollll... to work for the
epidemic. Should the board .
ofUnderwear pardon bout interests of Putnam County.'nl..rl."b.n. .
the Bluff where
: at Tallahassee decide to work the an inquest was held *: '1'.
: lion. W. D. Allen of Frultland on Ranollfa.
TICeCCCCCECBCCCCCCCCCCCCCBr
ten hour day basis, issuing pardonsto and where W. M. Williams and a March. sIb,1MM.To t '
county commissioner from the 1st r
S criminals who negro dock hand testified to the facts I the rvmorrntlo Voton of Putnam Co: TI P:
district was in the city Tuesday. in present petitions asabovegiven. 1 hvnhy Himoumtt, nywif a rniulldatt, for 1'1 r.
attendance upon the meeting of the with the reckless abandon that has The re-noiiiliiatlon, to time.oilmen.Of t jomilit V foniiiilutloiiiT .
; : Jury returned a verdict that Miss
county executive committee. marked Its work In the past, there Is I of Fiitnuiii c'outitv. for )'l,trlrt
danger that pardons become dipt Lucas shot Campbell in self- No. 4. If nomliitit. 1 I,uii l ln'tMl I Hhall tin.
i Mrs. Lundsberger and two sons ol may as defense. my utmost ro serve th. pest l 1.......>M. of the l"Il"I

i : Neckwear, DeKalb 111., are here for the balance common But there crime.I. one former Palatkanwho Mr. Williams also stated that I sod county.rvipvutfully ThnnkluK; .you,,gl forjotir a contliuinnc,i'ut,: nipiiort toni ; Kate L. Lucas I
while In
of the season, guests ot Mr. and will not get a petition for his Palatka he overheard Camp.beilrernarkthat'hewa.golug Youra, very truly:

S Mrs. E. P. El wood. Mrs. Lundsber- pardon very numerously signed In, ,!I !! ... !_ \ to Or.mil,,. Marrh Nib IIX..J.0.ramcmiLAmo.. .
Is sister of Mrs. Elwood. K b C-TOII ,.", i npg. Liucascnac aicernoon. &.:
ger a this
( town though he has asked. that
Collars and Cuffs ." M:. Williams! took charge of To the IH.nicHTutlc. Vott-rx of Coinmuwloner, 8 will give her annual {t
be
Editor O. C. Moore of the Times one circulated, as will be seen by affairs until the arrival of the titri>l <-t No.4.. Kutimin.. S''oiint :

Courier MarIanne, was In the city Hagan.thefollowlnglettertoChlef-of-Pollce\ ner. The pistol which the negro coro County I hrrvliv. {Commiiuioiivr iiiinoutiuv" tm for..-ir I>l a.trlrt cit.lmIitttto. No. 4..ami for, I Spring Opening of ni

; I : and this week In attendance upon the took from Capt. Lucas had two I r...'p The man is Jacksou the degenerateand ..........
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grand lodge K. or 1'. as a representative empty chambers, which showed that' orratlo prl. If victim l I promlwi to i
.
from the Marianne lodge. no-account white man who, he had fired M-rv you to the """t..t my nullity. Hats jj
twice at the Rn
when captain. Y Your
here consorted with low
negro
,
J.i'l.: :: r..o
S Hosiery Mrs. M. W Stewart of Jacksonville women, and who, two years ago ibmnimervtiieMnmreb 11th, I I..... ". l"IAnd
has been In the city the past broke Into the commissary at Carra- Tax Assessor's n
week devoting much of her time to way and brought a lot of plunder to Notice. FOIl BOARD OK" PUBLIC: INHFRfCTION.: Families who
: :' covers the wants of the work of decorating Miss Lucas' the house of the negro woman with or the purpose of receiving Tax To the Iwinocnitlc. Voters of PtiinHin, Oot | Millinery Novelties! U seSTRICKLAND'S

S 5, parlors for the annual spring open- whom he was then living. He was named Returns, I will ba at the following noml.I Cruelty...!""...?to??tine!!?.<.om.. .,..,.y. 0''"'!n''I1..y,...".""., tor ur tile i to- Bread |

Everybody. And- ,ng. sent to the penitentiary fur a term of places as given below: Ouunlv Hoer,) ot Puluia In.'..''.''.... froim I u on the following R
years at the fall term of com t In 1UO4. San Mateo. Tuesday. March 13th ; rg': No.S. In the. prieri .sunmeet u are Its fast friends)IIt.
Ladles who have not the beau : y"lrr:
That we Lead in tiful display of millinery seen at Miss I And there It Is to be hoped the people Pomona. Wednesday Mar. 14; Slsco, continue your. labor In v the future. eiectcd 1".In the I.i"einii: :i rj dates: j R] '. worth YOUR while to try It, nine
Thursday, Mar. 15 pu.t
of Palatka will ; Sat mna H'ts. for the tbe Strickland
permit him to IncrraiKHt vfnclriiry make of Buns 1'icx,
Lucas' should fall of
opening not to attend our public
F this afternoon. The affair has. 'stay until the completion of his sen Mar.rld..y. 17, Mar. 16; Nashua, "Saturday" cnool ymenu.. Your trulv.: | Thursday and Friday I IMoarh Cakes. (Grooms' old stand). 1'entnl

SuitsFor so far proved the real society eventof tence. His partner in the crime, a ; W..laka.Monday, Mar. lit; LAHAK PBICB.trict Lemon Street.
the neuro named Dent, has already, been rultland Tuesday, Mar. 20; Norwalk To the Democratic Voters 0'"" 'boollll.lrt"l ---- -
year. pardoned. Here is Jackson's letter Wednesday, Mar. 21; George No. I. Puiosi. (''ou'y: : I ISIh I
: I hemS-Iny g gI
} ; Children Hon. Thos. Fielding of Starke, Ocala. Fla. march 111000. t own. Thursday, Mar. 23; Denver an.mounm.to the Cities my of eeolitaev lmtelin.r:: for of the toiiOul.iiiathon l"I I6h

candidate for state attorney for this Mr. P. M. rlday Mar. 28d; resoeat ity, Sat- Count .Donrd 0' Publlo tneirurmion.tor "I.. r.
district, has been in tbe city and Palatka Hagan.Fla urday and Monday, Mar. 34 and 26; Nd. i, anti. riSSVKilI.|| ,ouf' I 1906.
S.
and piirt. I h.v..a to tIn beet ,alilll&,
Boys of
county all of this week. Mr. Field Huntlngton, Tuesday. Mar. 27 Co-
Dear Sir Want to make an Effort ; lo.b. peat and. If aHln elected, l"contlnuetodoMi. .
!:I
ing was also a delegate to tbe grand to "Secure m Wednesday, Mar. 2ROGO. Your truly' "
"
a pardon and
from
K. of P. what I F. 3 A welcome extended to all
h Waists.M.S. lodge, can Learn the people of Palatka are BULLAKD Tax ,.unlllnd.Mart'b Uth. mml."' H> """. l"I R

Thos. M. Ray has returned from bad a gainst me Now If I have Ever Aesessor.I..dw. CECCEECCDBEEBnCErCCCCCRrC'Registration "

Savannah, where be was called last Done any one a harm I Dont know --- Petition for Special fax School

week owing to the Illness of his son. it: and if I have I am Sorrow for it '. iistrict.TotheHonorsblnfloimr.i .

: Bob, who had an attack of pneumo and am Ready to make any appoli- of Inatrnn. Notice.

: nia. Mr. Ray says the boy Is now gles that are necessary and if the ( lion I itnam._ Uounty.. Florida", The City RegistratIon Books will ... ''\
leisti'neaThe
mending rapidly. people there will belp me In Regardsto umlHnilKnwl petitioner.! be open at the Court House from 0 a. I ,
asslgneing: a petition for me I will rr.of Henli.1 School W.lrl.-t ( :quamIfl.51. s.'' vot. m. to 1 p. in. oo the following days .
: tutumanm
.Mm. Green, wife of J. J.
Green
BROWN pledge them my word :that If I (loiinty. n-np' tnilly DftltlonfotimivnclUKntth Haturday Fet.ruay24th' '
of timber am :::. : your honor. ;}fond.. .1'"t.
uperintendect .inI itoctrd f'
operationsfor Pardoned and they want twc to calL flIt siortion for tim,, pur- February 26tb Saturday .
me March
the Wilson Cypress Co.. returned I of .lcckling' upon the tornuitiu, jJJ ; "' ';"
I will a Go Home =. : f Monday, March ,
to
Ta : 5th
to her home iu Saginaw. Mich., /gras at once ieJIS school iMsrit to sinirHrS: time 5 Saturday March : 1.t:
yes after My :Reltece and I want to ask territory ca 10110..1 10thJ; Monday. March 12th Hatur-
; .
Mrs. Green has ) I.
terday. the .
a Sf C1oior i r season at the Saratoga Hotel spent you to Write me at once Just what ..... .wM, \township: HI, rnngtf* n.rot*rt, running 0' the nw 14 of ?o.T' March "th ; Monday March
;
you Think a bout the matter HopeI I nilln.lhenra norths mime. lhcnr = U and from U a. m. to sundown ou A
Stitch
'V_. ........ a I In Time
ing to Hear from at .iik.stotben.enterof .,.,.. Saturday. !March
The steam yacht Doozle left you once I .. tuo I 17 tb.! mOth 24th 11106.
t on Remain S.r..h. 5. B..kkas.ptag.The M mil* thento:: west H inllu, to the nv cur. of Hejfig J?.... nine must be the right kind ..'
yours Truley Itbibento i PKTRBMAHW. it
Wednesday for.a trip to the bead- .'. sue south I
_
Al'DG ? a plae III the om rtl I mll to the a wcor: of get. iou Ysius' <""..'a
1 waters of the St. Johns rives, having R. A. JACKSON, .world! fop you with a irood ...., ...... ,is...tht.>nr on board members of the Elwoo th
really aoaioua to ._4 sad do : noa east 11mll..o th.. I. I..m tote a"_I 'In tim,,.. .
DO Wh
family and their guests. They will! - ----- yoar beat. lies ofstth' <>n<.north I tnllo to tli.nlni-.TAr" FOR BALK.--Barrod Plymouth first-nw. in l t ,.
G 6e1113' 1llflliSef is r be gone the balance. of the week. Lad,rrsdnat.s of this _II. .... !tiolme r !w-Ti'i drentiptloo' '0 ln":'"" '' Rock ejgn. Netting of fifteen for $1.00. I Itme factory ..every....dard. we asset I M no
: espy pu.ihons 0' &._.. with lbs *i.lt-52-54.5i :;: MM.
.Mr. Katharine Lewis after. largest.._otlle It__. Will be tbe lIO..tb 1-.0'...... 2VLSHoitiS 1.KARN.ID. E.. O. EARLS.
a visit gi.4 to bar* yot, writ for a of several months pleasantly spent -t: ) Zither_ raIL" "Sn., Ford'. .It Lemon" Su I'IIlatll8. I
with relative. In this city, left for IJ.. ArnoM. liu.' W.f4tranK O. W EnotoKr Ph. are catching
MASSEYbUSiNESS : : hold
: In
: I. Li. ,
Hiee.J.
PolOllo. liD.[ ir Larkin, K. People
seem ta
her home In Yates
Center, Kans.
"h W. AVrw FOB
: COLLEGES. : :' H. Wilkinson, : know and appreciate Rood BALE-Oentl horse 11 ?..sra
I last most Monday charming morning. and Mrs.her Lewis Is Give effective relief in bron. '! BtBwmsaAw..i.a. 80"_.'I'.1r. (nuin.UC.0>'nDOIJ.lt. 1Io''rt.';iiiuin.J.' P.W.K.O.nnoo.CoLI.ttobR. U t 50000 : ? moderate price.. work at old, phanon and names.. |H5. Itev

a lady, many i chial and long troubles. I'I M'uSTSiONgTALA. Rlosaos. Vs. IntL. "In.. R. P. J. R. / ... ..-. W. O. BEOTOH, Lake Comb Fla.
!'t friends here trust that she will visit' CoLussus,04, JeZaoNvmiu.1.1.s. !Jaabm.nv.l' a.$tokte. A. It.ione.. ----- --- --- -- .- -
!G.
K.: Ask
i
Contain the
_- I the city again next season. nothing injurious. idoody.:: W. Moudy .I.!' Planer L. L. about ""."er Gallons Iceman; Wear Longer about "I'ewln'Ask Your Gallons Minister; Wears Longer.



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