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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: April 6, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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THE P ALA TKA NEWSA lr 4





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NEW StiHIES: VOL. XIV, NO. 14
PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906. *1. Per Year.

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rf 1UllirHHlHffi.mnUJUiJltUififf: I\lHI'tl1 i1iI iiHii tfimHii--: Call for County Democratic Primary 'cotOlGllluu9gpltlWluulOU'j ;' ] irjKij: :: U. )! ; :[ DIpGIIMI NF'NSPECIAL The County Commissioners.The .

'ASTEnRiTi April meeting of the board of

1 "In the Spring May 15, 1906 County Commissioners was held ou

Underth Call Made fora Primary ICleollon<: Wednesday Chairman Canova pre-

.' The Slate Democratic Executive Committee siding and all the members prevent.
"The Young Man's Fancy having flx-d> the date for the Next week the Palatka News will issue a special Easter Commissioner Williams reported
first primary on May 16, 101)11()( the D mooratlo -
number in attractive: form. lit addition to the regular
news favorably on a bridge to bo built
Executive! committee Putnam p
"Lightly turns to Thoughts ofTHAT'S county hereby Issues Its formal call fora features there will be signed editorials by Rev. Warren A. across Etonian Creek on Palatka and, f

primary election to be held on May 10, Candler, D. D., LL. D., of Atlanta, Ga., one of the Bishopsof Melrose road, stating It as necessary
WOO\! In each election precinct lu Putnam
county I 10 allow the Democratic voters the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and Rt. Rev Edwin that bridge be 00 feet long. This
CLOTHES to express their choice tor the following bridge will be built, specifications to
I Gardner Weed S. T. D. Protestant Episcopal Bishop of
National, Btato and County officers to be be flied with clerk and bids asked
voted for at the November election : Florida. Bishop Candler's topio is "The Significance of for.

1 Representative In Congress, Second Easter," and Bishop Weed's article is on "The Resurrection of Commissioner Canova was author-

a 9 Justices Congressional of the District.Supreme Court. Jesus Christ." Both were written especially for the Easter bed to make specifications for bridgeat

3 Railroad Oomml lonera. edition ot the News. Little Rice Creek and to advertise

1 State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Cir i for bids.
cuit. It is possible also that an article will be published from
... US- Robert Evlllo was ordered paid
$ 1 State District.Senator, Twenty-sixth Senatorial the pen of Rt. Rev. W. J. Kenny, Roman Catholio Bishop of t2 C, balance for strewing Fen lei and

2 Members of the House of Bepreaentutlvea. St. Augustine. Francis road.

How opportune, then, that we have H The publishers believe that readers of this paper as well asK A rebate was allowed Jas. Padgett,
tjJ 1 County A Assessor Taxes.. sr., for 0011 n ty's part on tux: of 1006,
1 Tax Col lee tor. the people of tho county generally will be deeply interested in

opened our Spring stock of 1 County Trelt urer. the articles by these leading and justly celebrated church on grove lot 44, Crescent City.A .
mi1 1 Supervisor of Registration petition was read 'aiftlng the
0 County Comml eluners, = dignitaries, and have therefore arranged/{ for an extra large county to accept as a public road,

.: I 3 Members of the County Board of edition for the coming week. Orders for extra papers'should the road built by private parties

Iirschbaum{ Publlo 11I8trucUon.I be sent in from Crescent City to the railway
Justice of the Peace In and for the M early.I'1IIINiIId1lltldiWNmmlUllpfifii6ilrr. ..
station. This was done.
soveral listriots.
1u1''' :i:: rain'm>,.:as! wii' 1wtPIiIlUJIIIIII: : ,saa) DIM iiniiioiiii) !'iw IIVIIIINI1': ; ,ni/f/
1 Constable In and for the several dietriata. Charley Agnew and Zack Mann
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HH and alsoSchSoss were placed on the pauper !list at $5

K 1 Member National committee SMALL POXWASN'T In Local Politics.New and (!) per month respect.I vtly.
On motion It la ordered by the County
Executive committee that members of. announcements thl. week Paupers Bradey and Fnlium were

iros. the County Board of Public Instruction RECOGNIZEDMany have not been numerous, but they taken from the pension list.

I I and members of the Board of have been Important and of a character A petition was rend asking that the

County Commissioners, be nominated to increase Interest In the final bridge across canal between Lake

by the. voters of their respective districts. Cases at Fruitland arid outcome. ; Stella and Bird Pond, being) In bad

Hand Made Suits. 1. A majority vote Is required In the Pomona. People Thoughtit Probably the most Important announcement condition be either/ removed or made

selection of any candidate the Chicken Variety. of the week Is that of D. a draw bridge. This woe referred loCorns.
1 2. A second pilmary shall be held on Allen and Canova to Investigate -
June 12, 11HJU to select such candidates There have been twelvo cases of Williams of MoMeekln, in the extreme and report on.
Finest on EarthsFearnside as are not selected In the first primary. small pox at Fruitland and five at westorn part of the county, for The bond of H. A. Johns us bridge
3. That the precinct meetings shall member of the legislature. Mr. Williams tender, with R. L. Kennelly and J.
Pomona. within the five six
or
bii hold at 10 o'clock: a. m. selecting a past Is ut present a member of H. Conway as sureties, wan approved. -
member the executive committee in weeks the majority of cases being .
country preolncts. The primary election Ito mild that the people affected aa the board of county commissioners The board ordered that at the primary -
I Clothing Company : shall be held fiom 8 o'clock a. m. until well as the neighbois diagnosed them from his (the 6th) district, an office election May 15th, this Supervisor -
sundown and the precinct meetings at 7 a.. chicken .. for which he declined to stand for of Registration furnish each
p. m. in the olty of talatka and Palatka pox. renom luatlon. He 1 Is a farmer and precinct with a separate box. In order -
Heights to select aommlttoomen. Last week Dr. Warren of this city to allow qualified freeholders an
4. The ollluers of the election shall be was called to Pomona to see one of orange grower and altogether a popular opportunity to express their opinionby
a Palatka Florida. three Inspectors aud a clerk who shall man lu the uouuty. His friends for
the cases that had proved more Severe vote or against a new court
receive 1.25 Should either and he has lots of 'em he would house.
a iS7VUTH per day. than the rest and he Immediately say This vote would, of course,
person BO appointed fall to appear at tho make a valuable member of the have no olfeot other than aa Indicating s
'!' !' ,jI Jnr :I.J.lt1! <.1tllI\ll: r I llD.Ii.T.JrJI I. M HIDljJ: '))t.Irrrl'rr1r1rJtJt'Jr1tIt1tIr.IrJrI: : : 't.t1r1rlr..tlr.Ir.fxnr..nr.d'lrx1r.Irl'r.r2'.Irx1r.lr.Ir1rIlrlCJ.?I jJ: jJ: 'tbI.1Iu.1I.I': l minutes after the time to open, then the pox. The doctor Immediately notified
Inspector or Inspectors present shall ml the state health authorities and llama Is a native Floridian, having Woman's Fortnightly Club.
--------------- -- -- the vacancy from the bystander. Provided been born In Jefferson county. On
Dr. C. T. Young of Plant City was
The Woman's
no candidate shall be an Inspector Alrll2d, 1801, at the age of,17, he enlisted Fortnightly Club
6. Those, and only those persona shall detailed to take charge of the cases met In the club rooms on Friday
[ ihe Jeweler be permitted to become candidates before for the health department.He in the First Florida Infantry, March 80th. Characters In French

or to vote at or participate In the has established a strlot quaran- Company I, of which regiment Major History was the subject for the after

management of any primary election tlne by confining the .Iok ones to General J. Patton Anders(\;jl was col noon and.a most Interesting programrendered. \
.. Palatka Florida.Just hold by the Democratic party In Florida onel. Mr. Williams served throughout ; -
who are white Democratic electors, who their homes and preventing all Ingress Two excellent papers were read,
declare their adherence to the principlesand or egress to or from them. His the war as a Confederate soldier. one on Napoleon by Mrs. Holmes,
organization of the Democratic orders have been strict and will be For many years he has resided !In and the other on Hortense Beau-

received full line of new patterns in Silver. party-national, state and county-who enforced.Of this county.Dr. harnes daughter of Empress Josephine -
Miss Lelb.
are by the laws of the state lawful electors A. M. Steen has his announce- by
of the election district In which they the 12 cases at Fruitland. all The election of officers was postponed -
Dog Collar Bracelets in Roman and Rose Finish. offer to vote, who have paid their poll have been confined to two or three ment in this paper as a candidate for until another meeting owing

taxes legally due not less than ton days. white families and all are now wellor member of the board of county commissioners to the small attendance of members.

Watch and Jewelry Repairing. before such primary election Is held and on the load to recovery. Most of from district No.2. of PRE? REPORTER.
who shall when challenged by an elector which Palatka Is
a part Dr. /Steen
the have been mild. The
In oath before an cases very
pledge Inspector hla writing honor upon to abide by and support family of Mr. Max Melzer has had It has been a practitioner In this city Tit Ocala arid P&I&tka Short

the result of such primary and vote 'and all are now well. There have for about la years and ia well-known Line.

Diamond Rings. for the nominees, thereof. Democratswho also been cases In the family of Mr. to all the people of the district He Any news Is good news that affects
the time of
will become of at
election shall bo allowed ago to vote at said S. J. Hogg, and these were all light is .a man of energy and has always the welfare of Ocala. What Ooala
taken a lively interest in city and desires in business way Is business
that harbored Mr.
ptlmarles. except by Hogg
Plain Band Rings, all shapes. 6.! The Inspectors shall keep a poll hlm ..U. 'Ills once was quite severe. county affairs. Ha Is president of enterprises town.. What that brings bring business business, brings to

Hat of all persona voting and return. Ho has, however, now passed thedanger the Palatka Board of Trade and people and people create business in
with the ballots cant to the secretary
same of the committee, oil or before 11 point and Is rapidly recover Board of Aldermen. In, conversation a hundred way If OoaU tad a
I with the News man Dr. Steen dozen small manufacturing establishments
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o'clock Thursday May
I a. m on
FOR SALE! At the o'ose ot tho polls they ing.At Pomona the cases have all been said : "There is not much to say.I dozen to twenty that would men employ each, It from would

shall publicly count the ballots cast and confined to the family of Mr. Dusen- am lu the race for the commlsslonershlp mean much for our merchants our

I announce llcate certificated the r..Ruli of and the shall result make one dup of. berry who arrived at that place subject to the approval of the churches and our schools. These "nterprlses -

Improved and Unimproved LandIn I which shall be retained by the clerk and tibotit six weeks ago. There were primaries. My platform contained fast. don't There seercrto be tV'uontf-K'J'-.
very may some
'
the other delivered to the member of the five cases In his family, all but two in one word-'Publicity. If son for this mostly because our peo-

executive committee, who shall lu person of which are" now well. The two elected I shall Insist ou having" every ple are not working as a unit. riot

Both City and County. deliver committee same; and to in the case secretary of the Inabilityof of the oases now In that family have been Item 'county expenditure made only must we be a unit In sentiment,
but In labor. This be
realized
said. than for Florida known to the people through the may
the committeeman to deliver returns more usually severe
later but the best
thing on the carpet -
he shall appoint one of the managers but they too, are now getting well. newspapers and I shall Insist that all today Is the Information that the
as his proxy who shall serve on the work for the county shall be let to
Strunz The disease Is thought to have gentlemen Interested III the saw mill
Henry executive> committee on the canvass of been brought to the Pomona section the lowest and best bidder.. ab Silver Springs and owners of
1 the return, ao.lln case the committeeman thousands and thousands of
Palatka Florida J. be not present at the election one of by a party from South Carolina. timber land, which Is being acres turpen
the manugoia! shall bring such returns. Small pox In Florida Is not a serious The City Election.The tined and reduced to lumber, say
-- That In all casea where .a vote is challenged
---- --- -- the managers shall decide as to nor, generally speaking n very municipal election on Tuesday they must have a direct outlet to

I U. Lo,'"" BAII.KY. OICAS. M.HII.MABI) Order For Publication. same and If said vote shall be refused, loathsome disease. In the turpentine was not a spirited affair. There WaS that conrenlent point is water on the transportation St. Johns riverat and

the party ao offering to vote shall have camps of this section two years no opposition to regular democratic P"I"tk.Ve
look In"- the Informed
fi Iu the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial -She on look out,but you can't the rlirht to appeal to the executive there were cases.. Those I that Mr Rent are head reliably
RIIIIFY X ago many nominee for or alder of the old
G. oilda.: In mayor
wpm ,
( CO. Putnam County the
Circuit bo
committee, "otllt allowed to cost
Dimu a Chancery 'roansudot MAC. party challenging the same shall have a liavlng the disease would rarely late men. For this reason little interest Oklawaha Lumber Co., at Silver
Springs, to extend his lumber

GaudaceW. Egun, Complainant 1 Bm for Pal'.?... Blmlllar right of appeal, and In all cases up from work more than a day or two was taken and the vote was light. road proposes which Is a good one and already -
Fire Insurance: va Divorce PORCHSHADESYou whore such an appeal l Is made the disputed and then only with n slight fever. There were but 124 votes cast for extends 'ID miles of the way

Charles II. Eiflin. Di'fniiiliint. ) ballot shall without examination The disease seems to go harder mayor in the entire city, and they along the Silver Springs run and the
.. affidavit appended to be sealed In a separate envelope, and the with white than with Uklawalm river towards Palatka
Lending American' and Foreign It Bppenrlim people negroes. were all for the Hon. Antonio Uslna, ;
the bill Hied In the above slated, canoe can secure these name of the person offering to vote, together Dr. Warren stated to the News that It will be done, as the distance f
that Charles II, Egan, the Defendant with the objections offered thereto the unanimous choice of the democratic yet to build Is barely DO miles and no
Companies Shades at endorsed thereon and returned to yesterday that triers' U no occasi II
therein named Is a non-re lclcMit of the olty convention for second obstacles in the way. Mr. R. has
State of Florida, and that be Is a resident the committee with the other' ballots for alarm; that there will be no fu.'- term. detailed his plans to a prominent
Accident Insurance: of the city of Boston In the Commonwealth Capt. M. R. RYAN'SHouse and returns for final decision. ther: exposure and that there Ills The proposition to authorize the Ocala business men with a view to
7. Said election shall be by ballots
of Mussachum-tU. and that getting his impression of this Impor-
of year., FurnishingStore. furnished by this committee, containing been little, anyway, aa people wh > city council to borrow $10,01)0) to add tant work and what interest he
the twentj-on
he la over ago
[ The Travelers of Hartford and that there Is no person In the State the names of all persons to be voted for supposed the sickness to be chickenpox to the amount of city bonds already thought the business men and
of Florida! upon whom the service of who furnish their names to secretary of kept away, knowing that to I In; authoil/.ed for municipal waterworks owners of Ocala would property n
would l bind such Defendant; It the committee ou or beforu April 2tth, contagious. the project. This should be a self-
Subpona carried vote of 71
Life was by a
Insurance loua. The return of said election shall
: roforo ordered that said. nonresident evident proposition and one to which
la thi
be canvassed by this .ornmlttee-.rhun. for to I 5 against. On this propositiononly
Defendant b" and he U. hereby required every citizen of Ocala should turn
[ The Old Reliable "Oermania to appear to the Dill of omplalnt day May 17 ]006, at 1 o'clock p m. Will Enlarge Business.J. realty owners were privilegedto with a unanimity of purpose that 0

tiled I In Bald ciiuso on or before 8. The secretary of the committee E. Edmonson the! Lemon strei t express themselves. The vote would leave no doubt lu the mind of

Life" of New York the 7th day of May, A. said D., bill JlIOlldllr'j shall for send taoh to precinct the executive, In due committeeman time bal-- dry goods& dealer has purchased the was light, but at the same time so the want projector our businessmen of the enterprise.to think this We F

wife the allegations confessed by of euld a r, lots blanks polillet. and certificate of shoe and furnishing stock. next dourto overwhelmingly In favor of the water matter over carefully for it la sure to i

Marine Insurance taken la as further ordered that returns, and eats. committeeman shall his store and will now occupy the system as to show the bond trustees be presented to them. When it
: be It published once week for Five consecutive i 1 wI' deliver them to Inspectors at polls at 'I entire space of the two stores with a and council that It. course In comes before you, don't shrug your

The weeks In the folatha News, a time of their opening same.the ballot Candidates shall ,complete dry goods shoe, hat audImon's this matter has pretty near unanimous shoulders and say by your manner
Leading! Companies In sold county and wishing names on that you want the best thing ever
newspaper published I I pay to tho eeoretary of this committee furnishing stock. The recent support. presented to you' In a business way,

JA.11 Claims state.Witnoea. hand and official seal this I by noon of April W, 11)00) the following purchase of Mr. Kdmonson Includes The canvaslng board met at the but desire the projector to do the

Promptly the 4I rh day my or March 19HU. : suma : Omoers whose terms are four I the shoes and furnishings of the A. city hall on Thursday morning and work and pay for it It Is true that
years, $23: ; officer whose terms are two Mr. Rents feels the need of the road
Settled. (Seal) JOSEPH Circuit mil) E Court.M. I I + 9 rears, $\'J5; member of the Legislature, I W. Strange stock. These. goods are canvassed the returns, which show and must have It, but so does Ooala.
?
clerk: I / I' and Supervisor of liegletratlon. S10; ; none of them old and yet Mr. Ed- ed the figures as above stated. Here i Is the golden opportunity. We

j'imoB') 28 front St PAHTSA. Fl... I. COPE, Complainant.. all minor offices f 1 ; to defray the expen.ee monson has decided to close them -- -..__.--- have talked and dreamed of it and
Solicitor for of printing and distributing 'all out at bargain prices preparatory ABOUT BHBUMATISM. longed for It for years and now thatIt
the; ballots; and no ballot shall be Is at hand, reach out and it '
grasp
IXOTICE op APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR counted for any person falling to pay to, restocking with all new goods. There are few diseases that inflict with the souls of men who will do i'
TAX Dod Under Bmitlon 8 of Chapter Ta: Doe Under Section 8 of Chapter The Whirl of EventsIn Mid fee Eaoh voter must vote In the With this In view he has inaugurated more torture than rheumatism and there something for the home and city as
"HHH. laws of Florida.Mfi'l : 48(48( Laws or renewed Intercut In strict(( in which he la. teglstered. cleaning sale, In all departments. la probably no disease for which such a well as for their personal gain. It 1
\ .." 'Ie hereby given that W. B. Notice la. Florida.that W. D. thU 1 bicycle:popular. : rldluil pRAtlme.' : Na othernhowit lunuiwmont hu That this rule shall be posted at each i t's ]Mr. Kdmonsou'a purpose to con- varied and useless lot of remedies have will make Ooala-this-piece of road-
:io. "' PUfohaswr of Tax certificatem Maul! purchaser of tax oertllloat" been round to tnke Its place, And reo.nl moclmnlonl liolllna> place. JOSEPH PRICE, been suggested. To Bay that It can be without it we will dream away the
I1' doted l the id day of July .*. D. No. 26{, dated the 6th day of July I Ice ". sled said certificate la my of- D. 1003 has MM 1 said certificate In my nn lion. pnrreel'Ilia K*mennn...l.lor lilcy: l.'lH tlll the.mn- J. N BLACKWELL. I Secretary. well-selected stock In all depart- make but Chamberlain's Pain Balm, the Importance of a sleepy village.
I I. Ji al'l' ,llns made application for tax omae has dard of grace ,beauty and perfect eonitruotlnn. ment. HI. place la best known as which enjoy an extensive sale, has met Ooal. star.
:"P? to "..u" In ncoorOanm. with law. deed Eon lusue la aeea r lenceuwithrlaw. Lady wheel and.: irontlf alw.ya men choose rider the who Bxcolnlor want, the ntallj "fewer Gallons; n'.:" ,.. Longer.. the old S. E. Bond Co. stand. with (treat success In the treatment of I
eldoartlOoateembraced !! the followingoS01' Bald oertlHonte embraces the tollowlnudesnrlbed bunt ...?_ this disease. One application of Pain The six-room cottage at the corner
Fewer takes lees
of Devoe
property situated In Putnam situated In PutnamoountyFlorida E. O. EARLS gallons; B..lmwlll relieve the pain, and hundredsof : of Front and Main streets, property
property
Lead l and Zino than New Council
mixed Organizes.The .
Florlila towlt: to wit: 417 Lemon St. Palatka.' Fla. paints.Wears sufferers have testified to permanentcures 'of Miss Hurt of St. Augustine (
,t Pte l 'net t. IBM nw 11 a. 3J a In ... of nwj of swj. scotlon 26. township oil.LOS'r.Black longer: twice as long; aa lead city council met last night and by Its use Why suffer when Fain i nearly completed. The work of
and cwt of ""j of nel. section, townhip 86 13, range 27--20 acres Notice. and organised. Aid. Howell A. Davis Balm affords such quick relief and coats II building Is In the hands of T. ;J.
Registration
12. range "-** sure.. land boln nssonsed at thedate but (. trifle? For sale by Ackerman- Becks. This house will be for rent
Tbe (1 'land l The said !? Registration Books will and White Better was elected president. as soon as completed
? being usseesert 1 at the l Issuance The City Stewart Drug Co.WANTEDA. ,
of the
at" "' tile Issuance of sunn certllli-ate J LtMaulloorUnlesssaid be open at the Court House from 9 a. Dolwith "lion-ton" stamped on The following cIty officials. were
of
1tbe old name! "' N'. E Raven. Unless In the name..rttftV ate .hall be redeemed m. to 1 p in. on the following daysiHatnrday. mane If plate returned on collar) suitable reward also appointed for the ensuing year. man to The Ford Photo Tent is still doinga
to. or notify Chaa. competent
2Ith Mondny business with the babies,
certificate February big
shall be redeemed laW tx: deed. will -sue Clerk, Assessor and Collector. live do wo-
on work
to Ilowton PulntkM Fin. orange good
,
March grove
tn law 2fltli Saturday,! SdJ; men, girls, and toys His pictures
hereon tax d.1 will IA8ue hen the Slrd day of April, A. February and take some responsibility.: Olve
on N. Blaokwell.
att>* 22M Monday, March 16th ; Saturday March are most excellent and this foot with
'108B'IOO. day of April, A. D. D 1UUG. Ford'a Photo Tune. experience and references. H. C.WAK.VKB .
and sealthle 10th Monday March 12th ( Hittur- on the Griffin 'Ity'l'r."urer-F. J. Fwaiunlde.MunlolpHlJudge the low prices seems to be drawing
;
Wltne-s cMoialsignature i lot la to remain In. Palntkit, Fla. 8-30-1
Wltn..8 my March 17th [ Monday, March Pal- -E. 1': Haskell. I the crowd.
my mol-I/ 1006. sort
'Rnature' and seal A. D. day
.. 1 Hb day of ]March ,uka
the tlm 'lonirer. If
the 1Uh of D. PRICE, (lUth, and from U a m. to sundown on a you i City Attorney-H. J. Hllburll.l .
day March, A. JOSEPH
I [(80.11 Co. Florida s..turd.1Y.lArch. 24th. ItXlll.HBNta lavu't boon thorn to see his work or Chief-of-Pollos M. Hagan. If you want to get yonrraoney's worth FULL STOCK New. and Upto'q"
18.11 JOSEPH PRICE I Clerk circuit court,Putnam PKTBBMANN. i I hava your picture tnken, now la a l Pollcemnn-Jiio. W. Hagan, Frank And eee a Rood COLD knock-out, use Date Easter Cards and Easter' Post'

'lie. Circuit Court Putnam Co Florida. The New. $t a year. City Supervisor of Registration, l Kood time Hagan. Peek'a Pine Tar Syrup tf Cards at Row ton's, Palatka. 1



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: THE; PALATKA NEWS Putnam county .Is enjoying! 'the WELAKA.----1 $$

novelty of having two newspapermen

Entered at the Palatka postofflceas as candidates. for representative.: John Dallow has sold

:' matliible matter of the second Editor Russell, of the Palatkn News steam furry and Is with us again. We A Happy Home A Paint Thai is
olaas.PabllBhed.
made hla announced two weeks RSOand are delighted to have him In our
midst ngaln! ,for no neighbor or friend 4
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_ : at Palatka Fla.. on now Editor H. A. B. McKenxle? was ever more missed in a oommu. J3 s- .

Fridays by of the Palatka Times-Herald, has nity.C. To have a happy home you must have children, (:; ,,) Economical'v"!

RUSSEL.L.&VICKER$. entered the arena.-Bradford County Merrifleld\< of Jacksonville Is at as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak Ti: :'" ..JJti

i Telegraph.; the Gates House for a week's fishing.
W.. >
A. RUSSELL. Caller
He la delighted with this part of woman, you can be made strong enough to bear "1 1 I I One that wears Wen

Florida -pe chgr -r"-should be Florida< and hopes to be here next healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to ,

., CONCERNING SHOES. "strictly in it" this Beside fall for the shouting
year. yourself looks well and
by taking
: A party congregated; la shoe store having the best prospects for an un- Mrs. Cropper and daughter; of As- spretid. *

the otber day were discussing shoes, preoedantedly large and early bury Park N. J., leave for their Net
crop home /Sunday April 8th. after a delightful bll easy-That's the kindI'
: when one elderly man spoke up and I
they have further prospect of reaping stay of ten weeks In one of WINE (
wanted to know if boot made
were somewhat over the known misfortune the flats at the Gains House. They CARDUIWoman's of PAINT
sell.
any more. When he was a boy people of their neighbors In the say they fear they will always hanker H we

: wore boots. who lost much after a lo'iorldlwintera, wholewinter's OF
belt
9eorgla; peach All colora and Blindest.
freedom from wet snow )
Yes boots made for few : ,
: are a peo. in the March freeze. The Georgia slush mid mud was .n revelation to ,

pIe. For Instance, there is your Uncle peach crop will be light. That In them ,, Prices fair.
Hiram who will be 81 his next Relief ira _
Florida will be heavy early and of a Collins B. Hnbbard of New York ,

birthday and who flouts all newfangled better quality than In former years and Crescent City, has been lookingup

things from automobiles to the camphor industry for the U. It will ease away all your pain. reduce Inflammation k ;

': municipal waterworks and patent Hon. Th'JApp( : ;rd. secretary S.: government and Impressed everyone cure leucorrhea(whites),falling womb ovar- Inspect our display; before boi'ugif' .

He boots. lIe of the State Senate he met as an earnest, and efficient
oornshellers. wears secretaryof
ian trouble disordered backache headache
man In the right place. lIe menses, ::
says the rheumatism would be death the Florida Press association, recommends all _
to out camphor
put etc. and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
to him without calfskin leg coverings editor of the Florida Index and us they require only slight( care and ('t'}"

and there I. still limited mar Grand Gluscutus in many a fraternal no fertilizer and do not freeze and At every drug store In $1.00 bottles. ;j" ', '

ket for bootjacks.If order as well as (good fellow gen( when there Is enough in each community .\ "
the business of distilling will
you will study the foot covering erally. Is a candidate for Railroad be established. WRITE: USA IXTTES MDDX TO CARDOt

;. of men and women for the last century Commissioner. If Tu minus slould freely and, frankly telling us all your and nothing vise. Is my baby girl now

you will be surprised to see get the votes of hia co-laborers in the From another correspondent.Miss troubles. We wlU send frea sdvlca (In two weeks, old," writes Mrs. J. P.

how sensible folks are getting. We dllferent associations to which be be- Lillian Morris went back to plain sealed envelope). Address: LaWest., of Webster City low. "She
dl..' Advisory Dept..The CtutUnoocs. Is fine babe and we are
: wear shoes Instead of boots because long he will come nigh to sitting; In Jacksonville last week ; her many Medicine Co., Outunoogs. Ttnn. both a doing, nicely.haalthy" _
-- -
they are neater, more comfortable, udgementln railroad cases at Tal- lends here were sorry to see her -0- '

t less expensive and not at aU'clum y. ahogsee during the next term of the leave.

It; would be next to impossibility fur commission. Miss Marsh of Marlon county la ----------

--- --- visiting her cousins here, the Misses To the IXmiocmtlc Voteri Hchool District ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
: Dame Fashion to make us get back Hiscocks. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County
letter From Hon. Ben P. rge.r'a:
to boots. ]. : my fantlldacv' for re-
Mr. Mlddleton of Pomona took a FOR !BTATK: !: HKNATOR I nominatIon to the office of member. of the
Henry Plantageuet,. duke of An- Calhoun.To County Board of Public Instructionfor District
putty up the Ocklawnha on a picnic To the txm.ocrntto Voters of Putnam Got No. i,amid respectfully: solicit I your sup
jou, wore shoes, the points of which, the Democratic Voters of the They: went up on Wallace Wald'a I iivrvbyttrmuuiiae mvM lf an a owndlclat I have served:: to the best. of my ability The Great Through Car Line From Florida

wele two feet In length. That was Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida: launch. for Him Htt.t a tor<.ml'koii.t lntrlot.*from. tUin.tb' Twenty.amxth rn'tb.. poet.nnd .If again Your eltH. >le truly
for the purpose of hiding an excrescence I have already, b> my crd in the Mr. and Mrs. B W. Pryor of NewHik I wlfth to tlmnk you for the very gen.roui J. M. OHBKK.Frultland ,
announced candidacy nunporl you hove given. me in the punt, and .
newspapers, my ,March 14th 1900.
on one of his royal feet. People N. J., left for I their home during ,111\ your vote lit the coming primary.Ve.y .
their to succeed myself 11'1 State, Attorney the week lifter a pleasant' two weeks' rvBpeotfully.K.. FOB STATE ATTOANBY.To New York and Fla. Special Leaveincksonviiie 12:50: p m dully ex -Miml...,
who bad no excrescences on In this Circuit. The duties of .
OKILL.
visit to Mr and Mr.. Greenwood. H. the Democratic voters of the Elphth: Jnd loIctal Fla. and West Indian Limited Lv Jacksonville 8:55: n tri dally.
feet followed suit. They bad to. the office ;of State Attorney necessitate Circuit the Stateof Florida:
In the of the closest attention to the various Mrs. Do In.Bar, the Misses De la Foil REPRESENTATIVE LATURE. IN LEGIS Having' served you I" .b.O&Jllclly or stole'. New York Express leaves Jacksonville, II :Ol reign Queen Mary, square .
terms of court which Bar and Miss Jensen of Ohio who Allor..ey.I..July. A.D.11IOS, .nd trUstmn thst Jacksonville VBO/ oall '.
are now / To the Democratic Voter of Putnam Ooi have sppproved 0' the manner In which Iboa. Chicago and Fla.. Limited leaves : am )
until you
toes the a royal
were rage, pro upon me, hence it will bo Impossiblefor are upending. the winter at Drayton I hereby amiotmca ?> yHlf acandldate forRnprviMtiitattvfl r.prmcnt.d the State nod dlscharpaed' my Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9OO/ ( p ni daily\
clamation was Issued that no shoes me to make, as I would like. a Island came down on the launch, in the LeulHlMture. subject to dutlea, I aollclt your voteaat the coming: prl.mary
Ohio afternoon the week your III.provalln the comlmc prlmnrlea.W \ for the position of Mate Attorney for Through sleeping cars to New York CMprago mid St. Louis, nisi. w
were to be worn with the toes more personal canvass. one during ; F, KOOKBO. the KIKbtb! Judicial: : : circuit..
than six inches It has been my earnest desire to and spent tho night and next da, square.A the function of the with Mr. and Mrs. 'lark. Umni. 1*. Cat.uoillt.I .
of the foolish fashions discharge high To the Demoeratlo Voters of Putnam CotkaleauutTiiN Interchangeable mileage tickets good l over 13,000 miles of the pilnolpal rullnny
good many otllce which I hold a candi
now fearlessly, ( i. to announce that I
have had their day, and Immunity faithfully and capably( to the best of Mrs. H. H. Bryant has returned will ne a candidate for Representative In d :1'.mfte"o\ of state .ltlon'y: for the of the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents.!

ability and hero I tiome after spending[ several very time LpKlHlnture, In the approaching primor- Klghthjudtctoit.'irculI; of. Florida, composed;; "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York:, via Atlantic East Gnu"
has decided that the best fashion my ; right may pleasant weeks III Brunswick 0...., ire, aim that J will be grateful for your sup of the CountIes of Alachua uSher Bradford,
l is the most comfortable one. state that I have always sought to be (with her port. If aomlniitml. ''ml. elected ft ...11my \ IM Levy and. Putnam. I conceivathe faithful cadenergetiC Line; .also via Atlantic Coast Line and !Southern! Railway."
touch son. conHtimt to work joe the best dUcuerKe/ of the dutlee of the office to
with and have been frifndof purpoeo
a .be a.leered obltKatlon" to the 8late, and, If the For complete information call on E. P. Jackson, Ticket agent, or Klren
In this country It has been stated HtQri'BlH of thin county and the entire state
: the \ ..
people In public and privatelife v. S. Mlddleton of Pomona, with yours, truly voters of the circuit favor me with the nomination
: that .single. ; shoe firm has an out- and have been consistently nil a party of ladles mid gentlemen, was WILLIAM very A* ROBHBLIM I pledge them that the IntflroMtfl of the For reservations and Information apply to Agents Atlimtlu Coast Line, or nill

; put worth a million dollars a mouth advocate and supporter of a railroad In WeUka Sunday.E. OroMcetitOity, March Ifith, 1MM.Tothe or btate neKllKence and Moiety 1 or mine.shall not'uffer o W.FiBLDiNU.through favor FRANK O. BOYLSTON. Dint. Pass Agent W. D. 8TABK, Traveling rues Ant

We are the'greatest; shoe manufacturers commission. For eight years lust S. Green arid W. H. Bentley Democrat of Putnam County; Baarke, Florida. 138 Went Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonvll'e, Florida
past, I have had no connection in At time ..citation of my friend. I have To the Democratic voters of the Eighth Judicial .
In the world. Our shoes go to I any manner whatsoever: with railroad went down to Pnlatkiv one day lust/ <3 week. aiid roHpottfully ieek your support. If elected Believing tInt my thirteen v nm practice
all nations. find Increasing Nor have I
They corporations. :
received you may rent awaured that I will labor' forthe of 'law, together wills my exueilenue an a
favor because of their cheapness, durability any favors or retainers from Quite a party of ladies and gentlemen "bent Interests of the moa..... lam in proaecutllltf. attorney, fully lit me to Ilia-
them. went to Palatka rivoof: the railroad commission of the charge the duties of;State IMhurefore __ _____ __
and elegance. All of which I am In favor of the best of bent. Monday pleas primary Iftw and other measures oI like Import ., ut the requeat of AIIOrnejy. ., announce .- =- -=:- .=:._._-= :.; =rf: -- : +=:==::=='L=,III
system ure
speaks well for the enterprising public education, good( roads, low Rev. Mr. Rector of Lako Como was BulKMiie to: our by which elt:::: I::I'I'I toe the Deiiiooratlo mywjlf. vandldHte prlninry. for for BtMle tioiulnutlun Attor -=- ::-Ltx.m:: :::! :: :: b..a.cc..ao'Y': : :::::=-
expended. Yours for the JKbthdn. Jmmdioliliiirotllt l of Plorl-
manufacturers and the common taxation and all thlnirs that tend to recklessly very truly ney
In town one day last week H.A. B. Mc.szlx.To : lfnooilnutedIpiedge. m, >a''lf to cour< I PAL.ATKA. FLORIDA.
betterment and of
sense of the people of America. the .welfare the oualy.'. vc-ononiluully uFOa faithfully aiM-
-- people. Therefore, I respectfully !Mr. Walker of Jacksonville who the Democratic Voters of PutnamOot charge the duties. of the elites Bud to help (c Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and

THE AFTER COMFORT submit my candidacy to the voters ('ame hern to manage the Welaka At the request. of many friends I have decided mulntttlu tbeUltfnltyand honor of the court.. ( !1IU 1//
and earnestly request their consideration Pharmacy, has leslffned( his place to a gut n ask your support In the com Joe M. .Rivsi.e.Gainesville Patents. .
Fla.,Maroh Sib 1WJO.In \
We are getting kind o' down on the at the coming primary busing and returned to Jacksonville. bit primaries In the Legislature.OH a candidate If for nominated Representative I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED

administration of the State's flairs my aspiration for endorsement upon W Williams la Blmll appreciate the honor and laltor for thewelfare TAX,COLLECTOR. III?1 FBESH GARDEN SEED. Atlanta Kallory Steamship L. '
whatever of record that I have going to open a of the county. The followluu is my To the' Democrat Voters ot ": hie
at Tallahassee and first may : :; .cfalr.'be\ .: 3F ._ ;
; thing any made. beef market in connection with the platform I of prtmiuiplest I am In favor oftuHierol I hereby respectfully announce "'-

body knows we are, going to break Ice factory. Welaka citizens can progress alum Improvements .. far candidate re-nomination" for the office of --- -- -
"I was born at St. Augustine, I its retmoimbte. I am In favor of good rends Tax Collector of Putnam County subject to
out and say HO. For unsophisticated Florida on August 7th, 1805, and WHS then get their ments from the cold etc. I 'uni In favor of a new court house and, the action of the Democratic primary
storage. bettor schools' eto. I am against bondingof 1 thank all my friends for their past favor mm"mm'mmm""m' "
educated at the of N shville >
I and we University .
audacity
gall downright a the county for anything.' I am against and many kindnesses, and a continuance of
_ have rarely seen anything as flagrant Nashville, Tenii. I have been There I la, a flue opening here for IIlft"e.-n: rlgediyctc.. Let's those favors and ktudne, .*... will .be greatlyappreciated. DeliciousBon
In the practice of law for nearly some enterprising party to open up a tli Ink over before acting.We Your very respectfully! ,
as the Infernal thievery that Is going do not pny our county and school' com A.a. \\ii.Ltim.FOB I PAINTS :
: thirty years. I was delegate to the bakery Ice cream parlor and restaurant in lust o nun wages enough. I believe In dl* ,- ---- Bonsand
.y on there right now. But singular na Pensacola convention at which Gov. ; they would do rushing{ rert tat for such. Hay 1-' mill for county COUNTY TBRAHUBBB. -- -

: it may seem, these State officials Perry was nominated and a member business. and school coimiilnriloners mill for and court 10111I bOilIIhy" furgoad To the Democratic Voters of Putnam Countj. ; Sp that will wenr, ::::
of tho !State Democratic li'xecu-: rO"d'\I.* new I hereby announce myself a candidate I for re
have selected the same dirty and An all around man II. the carpenter at" \ of the legislature. and.other- nomination as oounty Treasurer! at the primaries =: Wall Paper, Kal.soinlnc :3
committee that ,
live during campaign : wine commisHio.iers to make the
machinist, blacksmith tin county to be held on May laiC, next I tlmnk S: ::::
contemptible sheets that slanderedand chairman of the Putnam paint levy, not tiny. more but 1..11 possible.. I opM for Chocolates Glass und Vurnlsli
; and
you past courtesies ,promise thut It -
them before their election and all general work would do well | >HO <*ov. Broward present drainage system elected In ..
maligned county delegation at the State CCII. u> serve you the future I have
..
to come here and open up a shop, he being too hasty and using of tbeptMtplu's tried, to In the vast. Kemiectfully, H JAPALAC13006E'S jH
7 to do the fawning boot-lIcklnll; vention In hr Auguxtttie In 1S88! ; delegate would be money without proper consideration. a. J. KBNNIBLY. All Home-Made Candies.
kept busy.Georgetown
,..
to the Tampa Convention when 1 should no alo I "believe In every -
act after getting Into ofiloe. tlilnuto "be cnreiiilly considered .before tnov-
Gov. Mitchell nominated State FOR TAX A8HES.4OB.To added
was ; Something new '
log In any direction ate Also favor the PAINT STORE 1Pnlntku
As for the part The Floridian Senator::! from Putnam for the ses- School Closes. Buclunuu school law and economy.Huspectfully the Democratic Voters ot Putnam County. ,

played In trying to elevate Mr. Na- slon of 'VI and 't)8; Solicitor of the I yours, I hereby announce that I am a candidate for every day. =
;4 School closed lit Georgetown on JAMEs OUKfiflER, Br. the office of Tax Assessor,and promise If nominated : Fits ammmmmmm
poleon B. Broward to the highest Criminal Court of Record for Putnam Monday March 20th. The IIclllxtBr, Marth. *7, iww.Totbe to serve you: again as I have done I In the L. A. SMITH
county for four years from 'US closing past Itbankall friends for pest favors and
office In the gift of the people of exerclHes took at the school .. um um
______L to '97; appointed State Attorney of place FOR COUNTY OMMISNIONER!: ak your help ..ta. Benpeclfully
Florida we have no apologies except the 8th! circuit In May 1908 and<\ have house. Tuesday arternoon. Democrats of Putnam Countyi ,O. 7. BULI.AHD Lemon St., Palatka.

that we have, been sadly mistaken inbelieving always been a Democrat by choice I n..cltntlnn-u'l'hlnlfs Carrie Babbitt to Forget" I hereby Oouiity announce UoinuhgtiloIier, my candidacy: for Putnam for thentlluttof SUPERVISOR OF KKOI8TRATION.Tothe .

him the type of man he and tradition. since my first vote wee County for District No. 1, and respectfully Democrats of Putnam County i WHEN YOU WANT
eltatlon-"The Bad :
3 Luck Whaler -
cant In 1876." solicit your support In the I approaching. prlimitleit. thereby announce myself a* a candidatefor
has proven himself the most flagrant -Willie Ba ibitt. If elected to this otllce I pledge you ...re-nomination the calIco of Hupervlsor
Trusting that my efforts as State 8 Dialogue-"PinyIng Grown to itvo to Its duties full heed and do luy utmost of Registration of Putnam county subject Furniture Matting-
antithesis. Attorney have met with your approbation Up. to advance the Interests of the county to your' approval in the approaching primaries .Get acquainted withSMITH'S ,
4 Uecltatlon-"Th (lambler'sVife" Vteull love. Respectfully *. ThankIng you for past tiupport. .
\ -ptain a unbroken "United and that I may have the yours
:
;
-Miss Mary Hind. W. H. MIDDLBTON. I am. Yours' respectfully, Oil Cloths Linoliums uu"- ,
Stares," we voted for Mr. Broward, honor of serving you for another 6 Dialogue-"Tim' Royal Tart" Pomona Fla., March 7th, 11*0Tntlie Has ii,PSTZSMASIW. ,
PmltkaYla. March ......
term I am.Yours 7tb.
.
and used the columns of our paper to 6 Recitation-"Wlint They Cull It" telnooratiovoters of PutnameountylI i Art Squares or Window
very respeetfully Hhall l he candidate. for re-iiominatlou
n To the Democratic Voters of Putnam Cot
help elect him.-firmly believing BBNJ. P. CALHOUN. Kthel: Babbitt. for the otllce of Oounty' Commissioner. from This le to announce that I will be. cnndldate Shades consult
7 IIJalollue-'l'he( Record of the Dlittrlct' No. lof Pu"nmOoanty In the coming for the otttet of Supervisor of Keglntu- ,
Fla. March SI 1UOK.
him We to
to be Palatka ,
a good man. regret Hours." prl miirlHS,and take this method of ask tlon. Should I be nominated and elected It CJ If SMITH'S MAGAZINEand
.'y we have no such opinion of him 8 Recitation "The Lightning"Carrie InK your support promising' that If reelected will be my pleasure,an well as duty to per f? S. MOONEY.We .
CARLETONLETTER. ; to .,'rv.yoa.11I the future ... I have In the form the work of that office In a '''Ubrallmd you are Itrangers we will send
Babbitt. 1'..... bunking you all for your generous conscientious ,
; manner according to low mil
now.Bis In former contests I you the magazine three months carry a big line of these good
talk about is 9 Recitation-"Sick"-Louise Bab support am. Very respectfully. ours,
"Hessians its
During tho past month there have Very trul *
> yours
K' KSLLVle free that low mow
bitt. are making t'xBsttllugly! prices
: puerile and disgusting aa we have been four new arrivals at Carle ton. W. 1>. ALLKN.To Pa.."' ..... March list hind, you may get acquainted.

ever heard. Coming In the form It They are Daniel !Kalian from Ton iroN, 11 10 Hong"Home iulorup-'Twenty-slx| Sweet Home.of Them." At the the"Democratic Instance of voters ninny of frlwmls Putnam I have county de FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION g SMITH'S ;is the biggest illustrated Undertaking and Embalming.

r does It's "reductio ad absurdam'In Maine T. B. Hoffman from :New: : After the children hud completedtheir cldexl to announce a candidate for To the Democratic Voters or Putnam Cot magazine in the world- I 170 -
a nrm': : : This I.to -
York city and Mr. and Mrs. James: the oflm.'eofUounty for Putnam announce that I will.be a candi
the strictest meaning of the term. Fields of Marion Iowa. These new portion of the entertainment County from District' No. II, and I rep date for the office of Supervisor of Rcglxtra-. pages of reading matter and picture
,- refreshments were served In the form ,n-tfully ask your support in the. comingituniocrutlu tlonln the coming\ primaries' Sisal "lint I the Play Box Bullnichllrtls'
_ The very "Instruments torture"he acquisitions have come to make of cakes and< lemoimda.: primaries. elected I promiseto will' IM* thankful for the support: of inv' fel *, tame size page as the big
to Inflict his disgusting Florida their future home and all serve. you to the best of my ability.Yours low democrat If nomlnitifd Hud elected standard magazines like Harper'
now uses own -
F have purchased lots and contemplate The audience thoroughly enjoyed respectfully.J. I promise to faithfully perform the duties ol UriiKn : ot
"rot" upon the friends who in elm. occasion and< hud many words of W. uiaaaoi the office. Yours very truly' and Century. Alley, on :
building the near future-Just IIH Boatwlck VI.... March 7th. 1MM.Tothe ". U. P. liItCocir.'
for the
praise teacher Under
helped to honor him, are the same soon an building material can be Mrs. A nuler.At accomplished Democrats Putnam County i 8o.t..lck.March :III, 11105.Registration. SMITH'S is made up of the uew management/

: slimy, filthy "Hessians" whose procured from the saw mill. Mr. 7 o'clock the children with their 1 hwrt'by: announce. my Mel fa candidate for best of eve*,.thing-best stories Ladles play free Wednumlny aftKrnuoii)
the nflloe of ( OommlsMioner for
Count Notice
Fields\ will begin at 'n'* he made
mouths were the sewers' for the corruption once parents and friends reassembled for IHMtrlrt, No.oof Putnam County In the com- that can be obtained best illiutrationj 3 to 6. los water. F O. Buflly, MgrWe [(!
for material -
of their hearts in the campaign arrangements; previous 11 social I evening together. Miss Carrie litM primary: ,\and respectfully auk your sup Ecmooratlo: Primary Registration
; : : :: that clever
to Iowa. It Is great pleas for kindnesses I artists draw
leaving ; Babbitt port. 'Jliunkingyoi past Book will be open four weeks, 1 day la can
( that made, Napoleon Broward t ure to us all who have been here gave a very Interesting am, Very truly, yours, each week from and the best special articles J<*W w v w >
I It
Saturday written
,
mapio lantern exhibition which was T. J, HOGKBa.Putnttm a. m to wwlI
--- Governor of Florida. sometime to have such good( and Intelligent much enjoyed by all. Hull. March ills tItle 12; 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. by writers who know their subject

But may God in His infinite goodness ; people to locate here. The The evening closed with games and Tothe Democrats of Putnam County B aNtS) PRKBXAHN: thoroughly and write as entertain-
three gentlemen named have been I such be a candidate for County iJonrnissilior Furnjsh
and mercy, draw the mantle of active business men In days gone by all the Georgetown cltUens feel that front. District. No.6 In the approach- Registration Officer. Putnam Co. Fla. ingly as they are instructive. I
the whole day was a success. mig ,primary' and will appreciate. ami thank It ItJ
and commiseration thin down to this
pity over and' have come sunny for If leu ted for thin q SMITH'S
Be re* also
We have nothing but praise for our you lour support* DO YOU GET UP prim may month a
r same individual as we remind and healthful climate to recuperate ftpoMHllile cIMce I promise. to work for the
very core or
; health and spend their declining teacher and feel. Just pride In her best Interests. of Putnam County. mora petty>OfIaoilt in colon, ol J
his friends that these same "Hes in Florida. Carleton colony conduct of the school during the 10;. T. RXDDIKO.rliterlachun WITH A IAMB BACK? beautiful women. T ea.il in all, then Good ,

sians" who were THEN hired by days fortunate thus far In time she. has held the position.UWION.. March 8th,1MM. is no better migun. that SMITHS.. ,
has been most ,
To the Democratic. Voters of Putnam CotI ID feet, Done neaily.
r other. to slander and malign him. acquiring the very best class of cit 1zeus. 1- hereby announce myself a candidate. forrouoinlnailon Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. what the cart.q u good no mailer (

are NOW hired by Governor Brow- Mrs. Field. U highly elated :mlHHlontr' of Putnam to the I ofllceof County Countv for DistrictNo. .Com- Almost everybody who reads, tbe news Writ Groceries

t ard and paid by the hard earnings ol with the delightful climate and tho 4. If nominated. anal. elected I shall do papers is sure to know of the wonderful to-day. 'A portal will; do.
advanceJ stage of fruits and flowers ... lliv utlllOHt to serve the best Interests of(becounty. mode ...
to cures Dr. F. Smith's
Nothlngr Do. ___J! by Dept. Magazine
the tax of the whole State of for ,
payers over the northern states at this time Thanking you your pant support =" ,
Hubby don't see way shouldn't and : asking continuance. J li Kilmer's SwampM Seventh Avenue New York
you respectfully a am CityEuropean
Florida, to fawn and flatter an administration < of the year. 11. M. B.
Yours very truly. II 1 Root the kidlfl
exert yourself to make me happy. Wlfey v j\ great Every Day
as deserving of censureas J.O. TICKIJLWD.Urn.ulln 1 liver and bliul- l
-Why, of all tilings! You know you ,March. trth, 1WWU *vKrf.t 1= ney
the blackest in the days of radicalism A C u told me when I accepted that I had
< you To Demoeratlo Voters of CommissionerUlHtrint .41 It is the great medical ,
and reconstruction. A Scotsman went to au Hutfllau race made you the happiest man on earth. No.4, Putnam County't liithe'

The plea of Ignorance will not hold. meeting and boldly staked a sovereign. What Is the uso of my trying to Improve Comity I ".hereby CoimnlNHlonerfor announce myself District a candidate' No. 4,and for I \ A II nineteenth triumph century, of theIll ; ':'I'' : '

It Is tinctured with entirely too Strangely enough the home he buckedproved on that t I ....respectfully your support In the Fejuocrs ..4'I U discoveredafterycari (
winner and lie weut to the > primaries. If elected. I promise to Year.
& < a S of scientific research
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much audacity; and common decency ...rv.'Qa to the best of my ability. ,
buukiu"" to claim bill winnings. TbeBpOI.tlIg Different. Yours very truly II. -_ by Dr. Kilmer, the
demands that It be called down.- : M. BOUAJTMOZV.BAnnervllle J aiaiaiaiiJ?*'* ffamn-'
man begrudgingly handed him "She told me In con Silence that the eminent kidney and Our QuoJt .are Fresh and Now
,March Nth, IUM. ;
c Albert M. Williamson In The Florl- bladder and is ? ,
0 sovereigns. lIe looked at each one ho makes lore J Is absurd." specialist wonderfully 1
dlan. way To the Democratic Voter of the Third Cons'olsstonere successful,. in promptly curing, lame batkl c | and we would like to have $ou
__ ____ very carefully before placing it lu Ills "Yes but the way bo makes moneyIsn't. District, uric acid, catarrh, of the bladder and cull and Inspect them.
-- - candidate for
I hereby announce myself
Gov. Broward is covering the state pnckotbook. 'Well. said< the "bookie. -Puck. Ihe..We. ot County Commissioner' of Put- Bright' Disease. which Is the worst .iFltls' eoiiuiauttur
, with a snarl "are you afraid they're Doll <'iountr from the Third CommissionerDistrict. form of kidney trouble. : not youto I.
with Everglades drainage literature bad" People whose reputation depend I have served you' In thin office for Dr. Kilmer's .Swamp-Root U not recommended Restaurint.Furnished : i call, Just phone your order In to t
upon
with the view to Influence the primary I the punt turn with an honest purpose toworkfor ,
"Ob no." said the Scotsman "but 1 their clothes have to keep dressed up the bent Interest of the rIr..iW'ln for everything but if yon have ; | No, 81, aud It will receive prompt ; .

-i' elections in favor of that wile Just loolclu to mnk' sure the had all tile time. ; :: aiid.. If again. selected for the' kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be Kuooms. | and careful attention.
< so to serve. Yours truly,
scheme. The people were fooled yln I jflo'd ye Wi; ma among them!I" KDWABD' No.... found just the remedy yon deed. It has

7 that sort of.. campaign. llo.mtwtek March list lot*. been tested in so many ways., in hospital Hot and Cold
once by We never see the target a man aim. To the Democrats of Putnam County work and in private practice, and has. Baths j
But they are wiser now. If this "'1U Llglmnys of literature an at In life; we s., only the target be I hereby .announce myself s> candidate for proved so successful in every case that a At L. C. Stephens S'

,_ scheme of the governor's Is a mere spread over" says holmes, "with the hits.-Jonlon.There re-nci mttMicmur m I nation of Putnam for the office County of County for District Com special arrangement has been made by

hobby wouldn't he be foolish to sLcIls of dead novels each of which has the coming primary, au,l respect; which all reader of this paper who have bas Kupperbuscli's II
la ('atarrh' la this. Motion of she r..rii1'k: support. Yours truly tried it have
mouthful the mnr ( your not already may a sample and Mottle ,
been swallowed at Klity S.treelB
of dollars It a by .
spend thousands on country than all oilier dl_.... put togellnMr, L. O. O Alt OTA.roft bottle seat true by mail, also a book tell- -
and else who public and Is doue wltli." antl until tee .lout few rnr a-aa. auppoee. I to l. Pnlatka. Fla.
when be every one or PUBLIC Uhl'l'RUVTION.To about and
liicurabla., Tnt a ...... many' ywira doetorapronounr bOARD ing more Swamp-Root how to Palatka Florida.
know. anything knows that the la .Ie_..,,elab'. Time. :reinotll'a. .. :rAJ'' eonnlaoily' fat. Ins to I hereby announce tny ndUlit0y' for ... ble. When mention reading this
sentiment of the people of the state Kind Old Lady-What alls the bnbytHe cure with ,local, triuuraenl. proDuuncail It laourabl nonilnat.oa to the office of member of the writing i .eJ
the ? .. Silnnat' hna proven catMrrk, u> beaoontlturtnnalillMeaaa ounty Hoard of Public Instruction from generous offer In this paper.ndend your I ******* .
plan
is now decidedly against looks healthy. I'm sure. Tbe NuneOh .. In the Study at
and themcore r.qoirm .n. District No.tt, coming fl'rli.-.t; : address to Dr. KilmerHe I Home
These circulars of the governor's, he Is, tile little dear! But he's atllutlnntl. ......m...... Hall'a CAtarrn Cur, Jot to your approval If .
liiBiiurautiirvd. by W J.<<< h..n".y Co. 'told.... continue to labor' In the future an In the peat Co.; Binghamton, __
and the postage needed to circulate peevish today ou account of cutting his Ohio. la tha only oiiniuuuuon! aura on the fur the Increased etncl ncv of our public. N. Y. The regular ::l-:'::=: :r..r.'rlr.. Dr H, E, DOUGLASS
wbl.ken.-Puck. marline It 'latnktn Internnlly In do... .".m '10 school.jrst..ii. Yours truly.. and on...- Sn.In
of dollars. ;
them cost thousands LA .._. fifty-cent .. "Q--i" Waft' hi old of'b
I SAM
dro ta leaapoonrul It net dlrwitiy on the : :
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dollar size bottle _oc_ .. Osteopathic Physician,
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.. .. of tna are .. .. ca.
and distribution blood ml muooua .rt ayaiaro.Tb .
their ''''
for printing -.
No -
Who School District LI _
of ,
the pftniocntts .
pay. ,, A small teaspoonful powdered cum I y on>r one hundratl. Unllara for anyeaaaltfall To hereby Announce my candhlacy for renoiuinatfon old by all good druggists. Don't make "...c. L_..... T.- :\.. Offioe at lUaidancy. CorOrsnpe.lldimtbtt'i
? If the governor, then the to .a... Hand for ulrcuUr and ismatimomaids mistake but remember the of the "
of member any
arable with the same amount of glycerin to the onln name = ; -
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drainage scheme must be one Cf tlrred Into a tumblerful of cold ,. J.0IIBIlIiY4I 00., Toledo.Ui County' Board of Publlo Instruction from Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I.rt"i =- treat
: All
I tbh, site Second IHstrlci. Thanking you for t and the = : ; Curable DIA....". aiicceatlully
address. N. ":
"graft." If the state, then the treasury water anti drunk slowly will often Sold br nruirulala, prl<<.73fl.Tali : I punt bonor, I am Very truly yours, Binghamton Y., on :rIda, .d without d'lIlIa. bronlo casss se'
I lair Vumllr fill; tar eon.tlpallon. B. J.UlLsea., very bottle. |
at Tallahassee is being robbed. work :.wonders In quenching thirst peolally sollaltMl. U



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""dU"U Ua LI1ul I Crescent City"lTews" Jiunes Morrow was expected to ar- Th* Camphor Experiments. -

rlvn at the home of his Cbs B.
FinnGroceries ion, Florida East Coast
I Collins B. Hubbard of Now York, Railway.Local
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I Morrow, this wook. }1.i him been an old and highly esteemed orange/ / .
quite ill ut hits home lit Perry, Taylor

C1tBSOl N'l' CITY. lion Jim. n. Howe| IIIIH ifi'ii.'i'oiiHlj. county, since gohin I ; I tlui'usinni1) grower of thla soot Ion, spent laaweek Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9 19.

la one of the dontitml "h),,ll to replenUh the !long] here and nt. Huntington, hayIng ,
most beuutlfulwm1' two months ago, and oomea to Crescent
r 'lI} Fll>rhlaTourist., : wnlk !li-iidlnn Iroin,, Urovii, I Hull K City In I lite 11f'"'' of "ru'uu ivitig hi en cnllc'd lo (he latter placo to $OUTII.SOUND-.RSAO DOWN. MOBTII.BOUND-READ. -- UP.
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find It ,,? | ('apt. Mlllur's wlinmn I I ,tl.o result of ixpiilmentwhich -:
amiTable and!. also
to
pood the wlntw "Inp"t to Kiitu one or benefit His old frlundx. In thenu : I No. SB No. 85 No. DO r4... ss. STATIONS No. fU Nn. Sit No. (Id
days of or few two oh hors In I town for sldewilk l pur. for his hail been, mndo In the makingof Daily Lty Daily !*.", V.I 1.1) UBly lunIiya !
speedy
kmm' delight parts hopu recovery
Delicacies : Jho town U on Urmoout Lake post-H. In i III--- I lo,\ election next 'ItuesaI.uy. I p 7 20 s I C C .J..ok.n.I..A. 7 $ 740 p 740 a .40 a'f
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hi, iou on ..uu'tI".k., !by Profs 25 ._... 7 'p a
(au nriu of the Stb. Julius ) Mrs. : II. Smith or Hart fluid urrived Dr. O F. r'g" n\ 111 h.. ,eleetdinny : PIOBB : ....._. St. AiiKitillnvHamlng, I ..:::::: OSOD 1 a 40' a
Fruits Nuts Etc Iud ie 100 IuiI.. 1 lLlverl on I I lHf, for Klclilniiinii end Tine of the Department 18p g r P I 11 a.. 'j ........... *....".". .. H r :.
I tJ: 77 mIles by rail from Jaak8on 8niurdiiy n vlnl I
-, order with tj viiIn.Th. with, Imr brotliBiMr.] L. A. UIIl'll>ut. the hun II la but tW..lltyfollr'III'B' ::01 .; Ar.... .. ......... /0 ." .. om .
I,> uv your : Sonic eight or ten <', otter pTo Flk.
With YfOma ng; M 1 1n' OBiTW a ...... 611 e a
I Mrs. South, l L. .A
aU I. U her
lltllo uranddiiUKhter eld. ito I I
*" river ride' !SI Ia ItO I loan WIIH Inrornpo !
1 J.V.. MILLER ami ::! stouraer on the' txpi'l'lnienlb I .. III this I line i l by Ma 7 U p .....by 06 ... .
I will nob I bit UlsiipomU' Crcsoent. from Jack- Mildred Bell. They will rated in 188D:: HX! other. men, liuvesurvMl I brother, the Inte Prof. Henry GHubbard P PL p t/0 a .Ar.laaI''o.. .....Ar 7 6S f p..7. eo 800 a
1 you soavUla to Orescent City, i he ()fll remain hero for a month or more. ns viII, Willis Kemp, w p ......... Ly............ No".0_.........1.. 45 .
1'1 l IIH to quality =:J IIMhtru1 mn.ror of tho I binltlisonlnn Inatl\ 7 8J i .. jinn nulls............ 4 80 .
| < OFfl trlhel" b'avol expell'III'' of dipt. John PIKUU'H new Inunch Innearly 8.: \V. anodnli, .K. H. CoinA.. B ..:== 740 pU20 p I pip .::::::..:::: :: ?M.?,,,:::::. l>:tlMlllt.| ............. :: 4 ::::::::: ::. : 20 :.
mid price. R The steamer lute Mr. Collins Hubbard net out a 824 03 a ...... .. r

I I.P1 of n leaves Jacksonville. 'l'hul'Sd"ya'a w. ready for Hervlcu. It la cue TOI'I"'yV.. A. BuHsell and J. W. camphor grove of some O.WiO trees 01hla 1160'S"p 684 aim : :,1 U 20 11 a :: .... .Ora.oldl.tl.::::: ::::::.:.. :: "4 II (tiT'p.I I:. : : :
\V> mult.e I i. specialty every Tuosclay, of the most roomy launohca on I the C'olnH. F.nch (if I these served but olio piaso a : Dsytonit :: r
11 'i'ort "
Ornntto" .
Haw Creek estuto. These trees 8 07
Ihll P1 Y1P1 c\ltrday.\ """""") ( Criinont Inland watera, of {Florldii and baa )''''"1', nnd "Ich1116 elected nt iv time '; 980TTaT p I 1144. "_;i Af:::::::::Navy itrnyra..T.v:::::::: I |i.: .3 :a..
(I uro now of great growth, and ho was .ap
m. ihla i la A *t ... Tf" !
trip tho when D, uiItii't' absent 10 Ar. .. Lake ijotoam ...Ly p !] inHUH I'
p only dayll htrld II up the broad, engine power to drive, It at. grcuntRLt'Ud. i' JlrllpUA'II; particularly Interested. In knowing iota a 089 : : :* .OrunHoCtty: ..... .' :: in m) i p p a.. : :
r Grocery Rr 'and' pl'jturftsqua 8t. John Tho boat la of u l beaullfumodel. from t the place or refused to nerve. I heir. value for tho production ocamphor. 1046 a1040 : : ; f ..()n.nge CHy Jiincilun.. ;. : n so piHain IJHO I) ;

1 he stoamnr hag pretty cabins The om> contest for limit mnyornllty Bid2ad'j I Lv..acm hmyrauu..i.v 8 40J'| .
R and -..... 81 P .........unttliali..Lv !84.l I' _.
r: afters a UellKhtf, outlook Hon. John Wesley Davla former which WIIH productive of moat; excitement 1 29 a 8qJ ._ii!_ Ar .TlttiHVtlloAr .. 2 OH t. S MI m. .1 43 a s"ii8"aU
even i In stormy wimthor,, u and fun that between Prof. Hubbard'a, death. occurred 'Tf3 'a Trw ... ..............Hiiiilyn. :: :!.,..,::::::::::;:. 11 M a rn I ) ....
i Business a Orosoent City le the center wull.kIIOWlclllllOIi of this place but waa before he wee able to complete hla .. 20 5 ii 20 .... .. .. .0 80 aTiJi 80 aTM
of S.V.. Goodall cud the late J. A. ; : :: ::::: : :::::::::::: = lisii -
P1P1 the* orange growing industry In now residing at St. AllgnnlJile Isaguului experiments but citizens of Crescent li"a toiiij; .i ... .i'flhiVfiiu..Ar p. ;
8 21 p. ......... "'"roli.. ... L. .
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Florida when Qoodale ..117 0
K mul III it "'p' slilvu In and beautiful I a nciindldnte for the legluliituro Phillips, won by amore City will remember that with w_- 12 p 82 1 .. ...ItorkloUiia.. ........ 1 81 ......
groves surround th place from than. 2 to 1 vote. That WAS In _... .. ... .lto'laiedtw ttotula,,., 1 114 ......
riJ1 tit. Johns cOIIUt Diivla "" 8 '
n ,'xc.". Oooti ) Mr. n-very crude still he wall able to secure _.,. neat 4 .......... ....;...... 13 ) 22 .._...
r flshlnx hl\'lutlnlf.\ hunting/ and.) served In the lf|
__. -- IJ for amusniuent WIIM defeated' for a suuond term ilutdoeon't vote ran much beyond u 100), Dr3prngue ._. _...... 4 69. ......... .... ...,...... 0 p..I. 2 I.. ... .
p :: : "port lllon. pounds of leaves and twlga. Since 45 a 8. p. .. .. ...hi. J.tlulH... II .....
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C la the IIIOHC 4 20 a a 8 "" ... 10 M 80 tO a
UKtis nlrto for IfAYI Napthu Iniinchi-a can Lie sc- h< Inte.lllllo stay dufeated If ; popular mayor that time little! has been done except ..-..._.....0 a 8 0 ..P. ." I.!;..;!!...'i'i'himiV' ...;"....... .. 10 Oil p.. p p .'I.......
cured ohonply for water. trips. ho CliO help It. the place hna ever had. He knows ...... a e 2 .. ..........."..|i.loii "............ 10 18 I pII ...
:I-; mAIN nncl KKBI'I- :;! Oreaoeiit City has good hole-la 'rholnnulIl the people) best and the people know to grow trees and watch their ..._.-.... \ s 8 21 .. ..........Jeluuim ......... \III I .. r........ I
town election will occur both .., .Htihirt 10 8790S .....
|j 1,1 ZEUS.r : ::i cut! boarding houses lit moilo- him. They know he can be Revere progress under and without :.:- : ;: a .: p.::: ::::::: .". Holm'Hfinnd, lot :a..::::::::::::. p.p..
rate .,. nr-xt Tuesday when, the following : .
rat" o ilttvatlon, timid to note the kind of .... s 7 p.. .Won! | 4U p ._
P1J Beautiful shaflml. walks and ollluhil.i will bu elected: Mnyor, Dr. when. severity Is needed.to. uphold soil bust adapted to their growth. Q 8 O a a 7 p Ar..... We$ l'll '' il:u 1.10 I
8 'At I'nl'il (
J 1 .bleyolo patha.i..rrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrr. U. 1'"" 1 SiiriiKuejuldurineii: ; ., W. C. Nortini the law But his method la to avoid On thin visit Mr. Ilubhard hns been 127 11 0 a 60.6 a Silt P pl....Wa.t '. 8: pit 025 p

I C. L. ChiunbiTlIn, and W. 1Ctu -!. Infractions by caution whon there la able to .secure ,HOIIIO figures; that will .............. 68/28 a a 880 80 .._... .I....................:H" Oi 1 p p ....,'.'...''..

tl 4 J. \W. :Miller' ,itt.p bell. ; clerk and trennurer Paul! a tendency on the part of any one to bo of valiiH HH lias noted the M''-'..' 8 a C ...... .....Fort .'..Inlltr..S, .. 0 p..... .._

r.r. LI t 3 r.r.rr.r.r.r.r M U. Smith:: ; tax/ imnesHor, U I. Boardmnn {got guy. He la regarded as the fatherof irrowth of hla own. trees and those of ::::: g t4 : :g no p..:::.::. .:: :::::::::.i .i, .:::! :::::::::: :: g ..::::: :: g 48 p p :::::

LI ItIkL: thai ,town In the sense that his ad- 7 2 a 10 45 ...... ......1.. .
r LIIL.tul tux collector VV. II. Fuller .
IJ ; ; others, and concluded. t lint on .thepoor 7 721 p, A.... 10 S 20 p

,1'1, Cnisouiit City, Fla.urr.rxr.eirriBaaanaaiaiarj.rir.cc.rrn. LI IJ t..101 Our Store is tt umrttlmll' K.: u, Ijiictkelt.. There' Ifl mil vice when IH most sought hats In valux local that affairs nil soil of Florida, without ferlilleatlou ...88... 'I..108 0 80.106 a.............."I.u.. ......... .1..1....... M ... 80.8 p.....................

r Li 'LU 10 Lit Is. th. / given a .- !
oppchliloii to
regular and wIt h some cultivation a
"" Parlor on trellis T8. 71. on

vprr.rrrrrrrr. M iijr ::; ) Full of Bj BjI cit I.'uiu ciiiiciiH' ticket recognize Goldsmith H, Wllilums tree will grow to nn Iw..rllKe..r 13 t 1.ly 10' sZtul.t Cn.touauauiuiy. 2,2)_ _ _lnleL_ _81olIn_ _Car_ trln.8._ _ _8_U_ _88_ -

| JudKH\ nnd. Mi'H., A. H. Cli'iiy" and mil Paul C. !Smith have been the feet In height( In (0 years' and, that Its OOrJDENSED IcnF1tI.1 JACKSONVILL' AND 8T. AtotaTINI'SOUTUBOUND
town'M clerks and treasurers' timid ____________________ '
Mrs.. Pug, of Honghton Mich., who weight will average 800<< pounds.Profs. 29f15o. l 7
No 23'Pla.27f No. No. 35fNo. 191 No. 83
"<:.It.I'Jaa1JIJI': '; ''iI'1I'.J'.I"/ll'aJJl:: L1 L1 Flew Goods'! |t invu' ocvupled, I Ihu Mnull cottage oil each ImH.had about an equal number Blchtmann amid True have Dilly D.ly Dilly Daily Euu.MonEua.Nonh cult, OsItu' I Daily Deity Dllr ''I NQ8:

11"I"/ I of terms of service. They have kept
:" Noilh I PninpectalreetdurtiiK the pant settled the commercial value of camphor -
:urt Our new line or 25; thu town's, accounts and finances In JIk.nvlo I 0 0 I OIQ 5 I 6 r 80 P 4 2 P 5 2 PrO 80 "! 800 P
i:: nn ::11M) imirs
nrior ID ritniflng lu price from 75u rr: iinno on !Hominy, much I to tlmJveKi'tt:: a most careful -a ..,- manner.LAKE of the best grade.. And they have No. 74' Co. 3OtINo.' 7Sf It.. 44O I 32Citoh850 2OfNo.' 80 ''No. 821 N "llle.
SHOESFor NOB'rHBOUND Daily
q l'ir: tuWOOpfi-: pair. O"I\IS' rn rr ur i lluniiiiiy frk-iuln they have mud COMO. demonstrated (hat, with a crude Daily Dilly Dally Daily Eo.Daily Bun Eo. Sa DaitfJ D.lr D.lr EI. B n
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ruVhlt Vmui.oo.o' rr h 'r" dining' their stny.. Jmltfe Jrny ftlll, they can extract one and a half '
rii JUuu .: cud ]10\11 thuItu: from 5I 1 r"r:1.1 Ly St. Auugn.ttluu 8 40 I I' aup ) II 10 .1i 0 740 2 ..1785.ArJacki.oiivlilu. .
$1 6
Men, Women' ] .: tu *ia: per ..ult."r. stated (Hint next. : winter thoy would Mr. and Mrs." Edmonds .and grandson ; pounds of camphor from 100 pounds y 40 l !.j.J!O 40 0 a 40 9 & 885.

riri iLIr'i rjyuu r: A tii-w lot nt Litdltm' rr ""rohllhl.RI) 11.1. I In, Kui'npn! but Unit of Michigan\ are" houakeitplng; of leaves and twigs. Trains o.unpo.e.i: exntiu.ivoty nf 1'.lhl.n l'oriort'srui.l extra lent Anrewili b.ol..rl8..
and Children :! : 'rr heir cosy home. !Mr. Kdmonda has t Duy Conches operated ollho.o ,.,,11' u."llul 10 oxt..r..f' hire I. 01.81.I
.aL whhtoVuiIt rroin',, GOu) .1L> hey nil expect lo come to CrescentUlly Ciuinplmoruhouid, net the grower; at = :: = -- =

GJ should at t mot. your attention ::! "nj 101 ta +1.40(), luK-Ml riiKhioiiH, 2r nK'iln' ; that they liked the plnc longht; the Belkmip property. east[ CO cen la per pound. There No. B3 No. I No. -- I N. 50

.JIJ If you lire after the ( I'i bHitulirul imttcnm.V, tk:: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cable have In Ho. I ".! I N. li n.l. ) May1.ort, Urine,). 18. I Ken.(1.uly Ko.B
ILlldl"'I'' and would uertnlnly I look would not be a large profit its I I
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i.4I kind thitt nre ajiianinteed" tJi.ito [.U 1iI carry. n (treat. variety of :myj eturned from their trip to Palm 01'')' T Dai17 ".. _ _ -.i--.iriii 1 only Oii7.i
w .ar well. We CI II'b loA.uu.:: Kixiilv.. Vou fun, til ways CH r"I'WIII'with, I t plcnburo to return Bunch and IMj'tona. They visited cultivation! at that rate, did It require -, \0 10 P ......... ..(. ..... "
UIJ IJ niror.t to keep. any other (1.1.. tin find some, list-fill article rC::: vh.it.Ciipt.. heir parents here for a short lime, much expense, but Mr. Hub :40 pJm000 ii, coo I 861 A."I.. "'.... tiot.h....... slit 0 .. 46 r =
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e S 'tile
mu at 0 46 at Li.'ach. i1 __
uloj kind. At the mini" time UL! J-C tn;:] nb thnt; our will, Htor llr,, nnd tin. nt in-lces' thLn rLl and Mis. \\'. 111. Riteh, Mrr.xer linn leaving.for Macon On., where bard Is enthusiastic and believes 8OOp1i1an1'O.tl p, J ]fl ... ... \1". ...yIurt........ A'IS0' a a 4S0 pPENINSULAR p ... ..
hiivepiiduav we Uk! landa be .
Florida's
that waste can
book. f-t::: ) and Miss Healer Rich left folielr > ; ANDOCCIDCTALSTILMSflhI' CONNECTIONS AT
with wlIr1iiR(1tlfthlLlu "101
UL lilni- style F. J. returned to his MIML
Belknap
dividends If set out
I.") ru made to pay big; -- -
homo In Port Chester N. Y.
and after you :J JUIJ ; ,
have] tried on u par you MI"JoiL' : LII -.- rr: ; ant Moudny. Thny had made araiiKeinentH '. hllln..t Petoskey Mich.J. tt> oamphor trees-a sort of side crop Close Connection Made at Miami with: Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for

will acknowledge our suc nnnn A. MoNab and Edward Jsom for the farmers. Mr. Hnbbards data -
for the first of
I'utuinlnn Havana West and Nassau.Three
:j I Itn were in Palatka Monday. Key .
::: cess.3tj pin | CONE April, else, na C'apt. Rich anys, Limy collected while here will be furnished -
IU nnSu J). E. Duaenberry'a, fine dog, the agricultural department Sailings Each Week.
have remained. until
H Of Course Everybody ;:j :: ir would cert.nlnly will "}"Frank" was run over by the cars and will be used to assist the department Trains dl lie first of Hereafter they hurt that he had
nn May. "nil was so badly to

"In these dlljI'lng'fl" knows r
Zu how we exoel Innu greatly over his losa recommendations. Doris thla(O.mla" bulinMiM4Mjn| nrRr he people of Crescent City always t. .t
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Ul' Groceries. f MI"J:: i, I.t:j City, LIILLLLLI.LI.4.44J.J4.1 egret to HBO this pleasant household. < keeping Mr. and over Mr.their Baybon store until are- houB.their TWO FLATS to let. Inquire at Copy cf tioT.6CAl7Tl.V.: CAlin. or Other Information

.: : LII t.. eave.K.' home oan be built. Mr. Baybon la anA the Saratoga. "SEE; TUP TICKET AGENT." '

Now nnd anftflixtablonrrlvlnir dully You goodNjI.J can i nij: .t'14J..a444J4"' I.I.1: t. :. H. Wllllnma him, hush ..Il-iI. 'n I storekeeper Rn
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.' tlii.. >ellI on l-'rcHh (Jroceriwa 1 CJjlit. =::::1:1I ompletn wnter service In I ho. bit establishment.Messrs ; apply 'V. A. RUSSELL Cre -
UL the south h border nnd Jenkins. have
Fla.IMPROVED.
Ontea
.141. / [7IJG. Weather Villlanis grove on o nit City, .- -
ICvport.Crosccnt lit town. The, water Is forcr-d from bought the Bonner property.

L. Ghamberlin's City ttimporoture for the wook entlIK well the -Inko shore. held; in the M. E. TRAIN SERVICE.
I" )Mure l> will,, luol: n llowlni; on : Services were G.S.&F. RFULWRY
1"101'J church Them wan a nunier The Atlantic Coast Line and Ita %
I Max Mln. by t a lam nnd will I ki-tp,. Inrniimika I Sundiiy connections
Cri'scent. CIt. g": for for > of people present.. The anthem, are now operating solid through
: M.roh. 7 a. m. 2 p. m. U I'. m. !Iuuire I 2ltreCl. In each suction of tin !xrovu upplled "
:.I' ': I.I.ILI"'IJIfI.IL'Ilt': ; IJ'; '.I"'IiI'-II.a." : "uiuuiiurday, uuu4: 70 u '1-1 'M III'lli. "Nearer to Time, by the choir trains; from Jacksonville to AJants via
-- r.r.r.rrrrr.r.r.rrr.ccccccnFresh with water. for spi'uui I tug pinpoHeH.Ir. I fine. Solon and \ Tlfton and Macon, with
: Condo,'. Iii 02 tot 1 UII 7,02tJ. wus exceptionally \Vuycro, The Best Route to
: )Iollduj' tit) TO 1\1, 7' (.11 'uVil I ha ills will bay nn i liiim t nxarop were auug\ by trs. A. I'. DeWolf through coaches to Nashville and Pull
---- --- 27. ';', rI., :\ : 7I MJ r rI Howard Ullt.. J'pworth: League Buffet Sleeping Cars to St. Louis
04.: % ; .iuy.\. I U 4 of fruit tlio comlnyt: J ,i-nr-10,000oxea man
.gpI '.......''"''''......'''--.w o /Qw"\ I 20. 1'lu".Ilny, ''III I M I III toll "COo. at the lowest estimate-and byHi)111Y111J neetlng Wile held In the evening. and Chicago. !: 1tooti atpctiita. Oftt1i4&ttdu.etite'vLccw
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f Frhl..y. 6.\ TII 7u 's Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic \
K I II.) \\\.I..IAII'. uIoruuu' [ he is determined that all! Low tateR to Atlanta anti Itc- Coast Line dally at 0 :00 p. m., and arrive .
Garden SeedFor
I hull h,' bright flrst-ctnss fruit. Hi* turn rlaol A. U. L.. Tlfton 1 :26 a. in. Macon :40 a. m., At- a1H. 6a. ota

1 rI.LiI.LLI.LiJJ444JL4444IIin : grapur. nit trees 1m v... shown u very' On account of Wheeler Memorial>IIY, latllu. :lil) a. m., Chattanooga 1 ::16 p.m. i-.Hin'f .
the 4Spring r his Nashville 0:55: : p. m., EyanavUlo 1 :3r.a. .
IJ tiliumi wull us ilurcll iiTth, and Hecond annual reunionof "
\ oranges
Personal and Social. a ivavy and tangerines. the Blue and Gray, March :28 and 29. m.. St. Louis 7:1)8: a. m. and Chicago Olt o eJ aiibIotfi.evit oh.t(

j) Planting j jVe the Atlantio Coast Line will jioll' tickets OtfOa: m. _

,' ri d, i3irrrrrrrrI11rrrrrrrr.rut. : : : : : Tli. Cri'Hcent. City baseball club from all points oil lie line to Atlanta.. Good concoctions from all. Florida are made at Jacksonville thus Two Trains Daily North Bound.
points
\ hAve \Mtn\ I'lilalkn )I"sl i l rent lo Hun Mnteo on :Monday and Ga,, and return at the rate of one fare
'i everything you ]: ( H. Wlilti- affording the qulokeat and moat convenient
: :'loiijny.IMru. ngnged. tlio club of that place III a.glllll for the round trip plus 25 oenta for theround service from this territory to the Leave Palntkn, No. 2. 5:25 a in ; N'o.10. 5:40jiJu: __
25 and
datesot sale March
want; In thin, IIn of nine Innings. S.: W. Howey trip, West. Arrive Palar.ka Southbound, No. 1,10: with llnal. limit IB days In addition to !
26
M. Dnnforlli or New York "
For further Information ticket No. 9,10:30
-- see a tn.: .
the well-known :San:: Mateo mer- date of sale For further information .
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I III .guest lit Grove! Hull.Rtrs.T. ( I. acted communicate agent, or, "C'onsult The Purple Folder."
hnnt nnd cigar manufacturer see nearest ticket agent or
,,1 Our "NO. 44" will cure ] / 8. DiiVeau. niul liL'i' ulnter, U8 umpire uiul his decisions were with FBANK a. UOTLSTON D. P. A.

>)>i I'lilIU mid Fever lleatltvelie Mrs. I'nynu, spent Mumliiy In Piilkn. !- onceded. lobe fair and Impartial.. iicksoovUle Fla. When Yom Visit Crescent City

J ''olilu ) lint tit 200.Loond's. :.6... :I.: Spexa-cer: : line of arrival and departure of trains la not guarlLlteed.
11.1 Sir! E. J. I lfiii'ior, | Hpont, Hntiirclnyml for the locnl club nndV.. F. ROK..ropitched

I t4UIt they \\ Ith I ohl f"'IOlIM" I In Soille. fur time Him Mateo'a. Th8Cr"Mcetot Dentist. James W. Long'sStock Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to AU.ntl, Chattanooga; Nashville,

t| Store j City club got Its lend in therst. -0-- St. Louis and Chloago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping. cars between

Drug when ,, were Office at Realdonoe on Froapoot Sire.... of General Merchandise, Valdosta and Macon Also Pullman sleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta
eight rut
Inning
sot out
J. A. McCuakull Ini8 a |pe.' Crescent City; Florida. Meats, Groceries, Dry Goods HAndsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. t and 2 between Macon
maintained
Crescent City, Flu. v: cnn grove for Alrn.' Andrews nt IlunIiigton ( iadi.*. 'rim Is lead wait Tin and l Stovewear, Lamps Etc. Valdosta and Jacksonville. ''I
.hroiigh the the final score be-
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5''*'I.l M'' Administrator's Notice. Our pi-Ices' are right. Information aa to rates, routes schedules, sleeping; reservations
of O. C'a. The :
8 in favor the
1(1( to
_.- Mr. and I 1\Irs. A. 1>. DeWolf cud I hug ) Notlre la hereby frlven that sly months alto etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to
boyS spenk In the highest terms oftheir theilatu lioreof to.wlt.on th.' 7th day uf April,
Stls.in Rlvrby Daylight. the children were visitors to Pulatkn, treiilinmit by the people and A.11.11100: : : Iwlllnnply 1 totlia, Coil nty Judge el'utiinni For O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
Ouunty, i'lorliltt. f ,r..a Ulwharao from Eggs Hatching.
The! Beach &: Millet Line list Monday. ilaycrs! of Sun Mateo[ and lire anLloiis the further aUinliilritrtiilnii. or the estate ot S. F. PARUOTV, Vice Pre CKAS. B. RHODES Gen. Passenger Agt
L. A. Julia U. W ado, law at anlil Mr.
If on. Jus. H. Howo mill that this club shall soon come J. H. IIA'i1i', Ailiulnlatrnuir From Pure Barred Plymouth Bock ; per Macon Ga.t' .

Steamer(CHKHCENT.J. Kallnrd wer to return to Ilielr" rnpentlvi hers for. return game. Thl. nth day of Oololier A. 1), 100:.. Oat "-fl-em Butting! of 15. $1.00.

Mill J.;I VM ilunUya jKk on at':-'\\o.] ..1IIOI4IJN m for lreen l Tlinniilay Cove. ) lioinea thla I week. On his return from Cuba some two It you want to get yournioney's worth Mrs. Q. n. Prevatt,

liuu; ... 'Jraaonnt city .and prlnalpitl. NVuj A inovliiK, picture eiiturtnlniiifiit years. ngo, "Squire J. L. Burton and see a good COLD knock-out use Seville Flu.

fiIMi, ""n{IIII',!lea..a('..,M.ent oily oU Wolur. wan the order ut V. I. A. Mall on limited the. axed of a Cuban yama. Peek's Pino Tar Syrup. If -- o9 SOUTHERN RAILWAY. +

n.i J..ok:CIdy invllla! ;, ana wharf Mimilnraut tootol'Laura. m.Sr.eP 'Vednesilny, : nltflit. which all I who attended a .species or wild white potato, havng ---

Tnl.p .o,,&6.\. EFFECTIVE JAN. 10, 1006.I .
?; ,,'lk, wnnrf rr",1 nr |.rntnn ...... enjoyed. much I he flavor. of our Irish pont'iea. -

James \". Ijoiiu Ims ,nddcd a stock The. vine from thla, seed 1 North.nutest.

of grnnlto wore for the. kitchen hl" to great h"lghli and made an 8 Vestibule Trains LaM. I No 81 I No'I No a L. J.okfoDl oI..1 icy INoIMINoIINol'i 40p 9 moat 7 4 l'
A.fl.TORREyCl14tertaer trew Over Half a MillionSATISFIED _ _ _ _ S 'JreaapOa ..1 itl tO aup 116 1040"L' ",
lIst of nierchuiili HH i RiOut| sell irbnr at his bark verandah. Last"rlilay JuaK.ouaviIis. Y. 11 I IC iol." I lilaC !op; A SiSoon. Oat ... iLl 8 lila I > 4 eounLv
lIIf'dlclll. Ir. Burton and B. I. Board- J..p, U. a 1" SNIP' I """ lU4"p AtIatntaUa. .. so I" 8 "..I IM" "lP
ana Embulnier. intent Lv aa I 6.6,. I I Stp hO ital Ar U. ito 7 .
So 11 .om. 11
unil MM. McMnrlin( Mls nan' dug: till potato and lifted. Itout CUSTOMERSDo A I..an""h.. .. 50 ; I 8 Mp e on. .r D.II", tOut .. .101" S ui. i SOOi.i
Mr.
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Charlotte..140 "y I I 10 hAp ,ale Ar a liouui.I.Ar .
.. ..Ullue of GuekrU and CoOlna.Tuluphone 1 Pearl Mo.Miu'llii mid >uiluu ii }'hihiheMoMuirlhui of the ground. It made u hole Ureen.lor. 8 Iy I I U61'j I1 611' o I.exlnllo.e..loo".1 I" 17 6 4. 5 t.a. ...

the winter four and one half feet deep and some you think such an enormous business could be built up and ArD".II..II" I 114" 11'I 1101' .0nol.n"U.Ollo.Q.I' 7..p. ''( ....
: were nuiong value and merit .... .80 1(7 I .. ... I 60cC Lv I u a .....
thrift feet In circumference, continually Increased, if our goods did not have exceptional or RlohIO' I6P tfo.ln"1 O.IU"lour I 4nl'l ;klan. .
to .
CRESOENT FLORIDA thla week.IU. two '
'r :
CITY oii"atii to depart Do you think we could hold. the trade of half a million people If our A.I"Chhll'II'.. 'M 421 .tllonr ...
The potato. was weighed In three tituanrtotto.vliit I T 15. \ 8 eta I Lv Cmneinliatt, O. Liens I 8 iCupi a
lordlier. Weed, S. for what wasn't firmly. established I. 8 11 ..
Edwin, doingexactly we say 1".1.
-------- Rev reputation W.hIUgtOa, I 8 Slut I Sup' Liuoe $ 7 .
103loumla. .1 RYr\11. ArOllc"lo. .
M'i cl Ions. nnd] the total weight was Do think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers Business I SHun I it 2am:' lo
Florldii pn-iiclu-d you Ar iiunILtu.nre .. '
of 11"11 0 H '
T. I).. bishop. Iii 8 'pl e lea'
Crescant EplcoplII The Kews. cnn vouch; for and Professional men in every section of thIs country would keep on using A 7'hlla.iolptmiam. 14l, Ar 011 Oooln..al... ." ..nu' ..
City Transfer Co. loquent Kerinon, lit. llm I _N. York OA.O. A ..
WHISKEY If it wasn't all right
HAYNER .
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this weight as representative of r Lviiaiaosti..0 H D 9 SOp 0201,1..1.IrTol.lo .....
Huiulny, inoriilnK to a would. recommend It and use it, if it I ,
hurcli IIIMt Do you think doctors hospitals ...Or. 8 0. 2i.I\....
Hunts all trains at OiesO'nt City Jum'-, congrgnth1)ll.) Ixt paper'!' win present nnd read the wasn't absolutely. pure and unadulterated. Nn. 114 -" .. York. and Ilo'I.la gcprosa"Cal .. hug al 7 4 ioi.I ....
InrKti The potato la good to eat, and then lend trial order. o"Uv i'uitiinan TIrewiiutf Io.mI.plnl\ ant Four: Ooipu, S iloiJ'lwlw.en
velghta. think these us a "
tloa. Just things over carefully 11cC 'Oallnll,1
Night traIns by appointment.H. I Kev.. 1'. K. JohnHIIIfUI'I..r. pastor "1111111 Culm Inn very common cr11.ole Your money back If you are cot satisfied 10" T..mp. Jnluonvl. ArO..I..I.\I., :: : FouirIeiauiI 'O''"'::::::

M. LABUER. MamvprW. 1B.. church here l I. now Nor .and Via. LimIted." L.l.&to' "' '' ..1 S 8 I
A. ltO.-"Wc.htnglon' R3 .
I or tliu of "I Int. fiat a man doe.n't needtnhlImy United Btatee Senate, Waehlngtoa D. C. .... 5 8111! 1.1.! .
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toiisl nndwrlt4 flraWIlugItulOflu Il..plu" o.J.Jlln. Ar :. I ..Oo le 'f
"P.t
,Ab F dpll. 01lh. of them to keep a Urge sized" "I have found Kayner Wblikey exceptionally An* for table and medicinal purpo_." ,iii lman Yor. fuL' ." 1 ... .
." tluit. he I In. dtlhlg.11 In his Wm. M. .s,..._. No. 82-'Soiittierum. Palm Limited" V.thnle A. '.' AI.. 5u RyIueoaI) S( ...
rll in I II ly.Them. A.1.mlnan.m.. Ac..Ho RyllOotal 6.: ..
D. 8HOTV/ELL U.8. Senator from tOsvsds.HAYNER Traln uultmcii Drawing Rom real.,.
Ar ttonuphleTena..Frlseol .
Held 1 i itt Ubur.HOMCH "M" ..
new IlubComt.oiteob.aerVatt.ncnd ilfllfl5Ijaria .
b.. doubt .
need longer conerning .
Build l'1u1uu1u1u4pitiut no butween st. Autmileitno. ,lackeonviiieftfld A. X""UI.,. Me..rmooj 9 oMi I.. ..
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Row : \
Boats or
K. Blcliiud.: the. Crescent City l bequests = ==-_ _ _-_ I.. MemphIs....... ..I I.."1..1"..
ttopftlri. boata biiKgie and IP ft lies ..U wlili a puny.' of friend were In the will of the late Hon. Edwin WHISKEY A. Hot Slrln.o, Ar\(.. = .= IThrough
Kindsof J Land of the 8\()'.. = -=" -
wood Bluhards'
No8
.t work repairs ab hUnhor hel', )III.t wuk nil, Mr.I Copies uf tho will IHlveh"11 "Tla
in Illberr.I I "
rear of hi(, No. Florida Daily eothi
Ormoent. MeA r MARKET. aunch, ,iopi>lnl| over, ft-r s day at recelv.-d by C. Jj. Chauiberllntu Li.tune5s.iuvltiln. Via ... 8 I)' I T Sop b "train through d.ay: : ., s.u.i: Putt.Lv .
City Fla. Oat .... ime
Nftttefiujtory work guaranteed at moo Grove Hall.. one of the school trustees. and by EXPRESS A. UolumtIui a..nn.h.. B 0.. ..8 1y 1y I 8.Il. moo Ilrmln.l.o.ol..plnaca.J..ou.la 1Ieml.bl. 10. olnolencti., City.
:. net prlo"a.If Dr.and FULL !!! Ao NO.. ... ItO I leup' .
Mr. and Mrn. N. J. Dilworth, Vm. C. Norton tin our of tho truse $3: A.h..le. N .. I" I sIp Clr.
Mrs Phil Ernst: nnd Dr. J. A. ..s of the S utfleld BIble. conference 4 :: =,flll'O ''LC. :ILl I : Ohm, No.-"Ohlcagnand. Ftorlic. Rpectal." Sal.Ar .

you have olthcr.illspoae . . formed QUARTS PREPAID ioulevItle ... :)' I : eus t.i vestlbitlo train. Pullman Drawinup
H
Jaekonllle
\VelrfHrd of Philadelplila ,HMoclatloii.. Through the courtesy Ar 5% Louts .. ..: lIp ('are t.'tWn St Aai.etlne, gI .

ulen"$ lit party of tourism who stOl or f Mr.[ Chnmberlin. hue News has' A.Cloo'uoaL.Oll ... .. m III o'nn.,1' ietmui('hIcagn, l..el.ld, Dlrl. and .

UiflDlles s CraeiruIt or TQerioesI g tlirne 1111)'. Ht Orovs Hallastwaek. iiVn shown the will. It given to'' OUR OFFER W. will send you In a plain sealed aae.. with no No. .O-D.. )' Pullman t.rawlna-Rom and ,jn Monday. Wmtneota\ 'dn'I: ::
cd two or ..
> mMk ,? chow oontenta, POUR FULL QUART BuCot sioeping Cur between .Iaaikloavlile cad via t ut 0 Puaewlap,;Tluiar..Iu.y. .
null/ of these Institutions, on the BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB FOR J3.20. and ... St. Lode. day. Sour kettLe. JMiuIn Car.No. .

I I... of. and wlah to Douirlitry, terminated a .enth of !\fr. Ollbert SOD* shivrea! of ..Ul pay th.e pre.e 0""_" Take home .and sample It.have. your doctor il."The Atlanta special." Puatlmaa
I. '" poati-cl ri> rnrllnrprlf Mrs. D. A. I teat It-every bottle If you wfeb. Then If yea don't Sod It feat ae we eay Excellent Car ; ..
I Car JaCkeon.iIl. toAtiunats
| eistu'r l !1tI Ire.JIIII. ttock of the Gilbert" & Bennett .. .. Dnlul & .. irnwtnu Rnom Slmpiuitc
s they ar- brluirlnir: we..k' vlnlt: with her t Ih"|i and perfectly iatlif.ctory.tulp Itbaok to.Hi AT OUR EXPENSE .01.,0. and ChaOanooga. i'am..lgl'rs ran -

nn" tlw Nnw Yojrk nmrkct, I'.. I'I'I a cent. .
correspond with her hom >" he sold or diverted. and the ____. I
when she!) rut turiiHd tit Orders for Arts..Cal..Col.,'Idaho.Mool'I N.... 1,M. .0......Utah.Wa.h., fi ..-4T..Cor
Mr. Dounlilry! c"me over iinrnlng, will gum to the beneflclnrler. WYo.. must be on the bauli ol 4 quarls fot ....00 by Kxpr.. M> fr ro. AT MORSONVILLS.
S. B. Dov/nes & Co. EKp'inoU. I Thnoe, who know stale that the value !I ,aldorHU Quarts for .UJ O, by '...i..bt !'rep..d.I From New Yok. Wanhteittoim. .1.1.01 'Snuthrn's l'atfll Ltmtle.l" .. ....4 pn
) hefor I York, Yrk 1111,1 FtrImA kXpraCe," I'm 4,
this day Front New Wuneume5tCn C$5 '
.10.000'i' Write... oBoe( and. 4o II NOW. i : ::::.
tuu.'u'i I tug I..r Iii. ""' h'
203 Dunne) St. New YOI'k.hI'O R..III"1t1 b..r th.' quiirt. rly MnthodUt I: ,,,uIu.!. anil that the dividends! will ."OI, iog..oinoiniiati. "tIlfltA .lo.-Nn.l6'k'm.rl.Ic ete-No' Umlt..I"Chlco".I.SI..olal"..... .O..I
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the Orov.diilo I THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANYAtlanta h' r, .m" Atlant d t.
.ervlo lit annum for each ofF From Chunitanooca .5 . C .
mint-tti $800
-- per '
with prenohlnic n 111' :. A'J.RI.-NI.II.Allne.8plal.
: HEN !:-FinLeh.dpertm.rnt; ; : church rit-xl Biinilny. .,- Institutions., The .people of Oa. Dayton O. ... taula, Mo .at. Paul.Mlnn.
h. It. \.8 W. a-iwl.r. Il.eI I, L051C. Passenger lOR nay etruieb. Jaickonylfls, Fl...
Atebor. apnrtmciir' h 0 Ilotrloe Agent Wet
11 1udern eont const Ulurlot. .- i MB town hiv good reason to revere till) Dumum. Taor, O. liaTAauSHiD lots. O. M. W. H. TA Yf.OE. O. P. A.
OflV Hi.
flkflCCq.. for
Suitable of <.1.
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One residing of Mr. Gilbert p .. A,
or '.T pftflon.. Apply ]'. M. I I the- memory '. 8. n. nARDWIOJ P. T. BROOKIUI0RGAN. G.l.rV
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The Palatka News Persons il<**irii">4, in vote In the The Wharton Revival. II POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I tW8'.tW' '
cooling should
i, primary j 1001 iou not
I ,. forget'! to pny thc\\f itoll taxes. on "rbifore The gospel meetings lln the big lent FOK"KKPRmKN \TIVk.- : IN I.KUM- l

I --- -- -- April 14th. did not close last Sunday as was In-I,. LATIJR.E. Easter Bargains

The Harr Line Dinner Hiawatha ended. *a Ibe Democratic Vomra of Putnam{:Count.

4t- Ready City fiappentoflj and probably madt> 'It i* l la"t trip op the Instead a petition signed by between i for I bsrabr aumtorot announce the House that ol I will KtpraMOUll'Olntatmxt be a randldate

cklawaha rivo on Wednesday, Florida Legislature 'In lie _"- : : : I
600 and TOO ::::::::LTx1TjJJL
Personal mention. when It carried it (till load of passen people was pre- leg prtsurlM.and rHpcellnllj"wlleltoor ipurt -
I For L" gers. The line h\/ run but one boat ented to Dr. Wharton on Saturday 1 It steeled; 1 promlM lo lank utter the
Stale
---.. test Inurmu or Putnam County and lbs
_ co- """_ _... thia season and MV* bad a good buala. urging him to stay and continue tbelDeetln" of Morld V 0"'.trull. Dress Materials. \1
.... I). WILLIAM.MeMatklB Spring
Hon. Jno. P. Walt wa in the city another week. Dr. Wharton Fla.,April "b. IMS. .

yesterday. Funny Folks. f> negro minstrel couldn't stand the pressure. of \\V huvc cumpleto and beautiful nrr.nof
FOR (OUNTOOMMtlO n. ( u vi-ry \
C. E. Bowton spent Wednesday In troupe, will glvft performances In that urgent call. H. broke other engagements of Pulnam County: DRESS GOODS:! which wo otUrus
SpringBusiness Jacksonville. Palaika tbl
night. It I* safe V JI'' ,ay that If the and stayed.That uoromlMlon.r I harabjr announco at DUtHct mr oanoidaoy ico. S or for l-utn.m coiintt ill:; ICusti-r UnrealHH t"> the< ladies of Palntka and

Paul Fleming Jacksonville wa bow prove a* t\ttiniag.\ and lilgh- I 18 bow it happen. that P.- co,,,,.... rabjvet to the action' of tie PcmocnitCochritne tin-county. TIu-HH gonds will bo sold at the following -

10 the city Tuesday.Hon. toned ((7) as some

E. B. Lane of Putnam Hall, good thing-to t\f away from. his preaching through this, the third p

: was in the city laat Friday Tbe p..I"Ik.a TV\i?plw. of Ratbbone week of a great and glorious' revival Is closing out his retail I Brenton Batiste, worth 150 for iaj c.

: t>r. Frank UcRae of Mel roue wa. Sinters held an l t-ereetlng\ meeting of religion. stock mid will confine hIs! attention' Swiss Muslins worth for
20C
a visitor In tba city last Tuesday. I In the Castle Hall |"*st Monday night. The to his Increasing wholi-sfilu business. Dotted 150
this week have
meetings
The News Is r<* White :
Tax assessor O. F. Bullarii of SleMeekln hers to atterd l\,fl meeting of the usual, been largely attended and low I I. your chunce to buy Pictures, 25C,

. wa in the city Tuesday temple next Moii't' ""y evening, aa bu.- many conversions have resulted. China and Fancy Goods at cost for . . . isc and zoc.
With a Big night. ness of importno A" will come up for Jot the prlc.-e I 'i i ); '
so during
ons{deration. many perhaps, a* Organzine (all 1 colors) Silk Organdies,
It I I. presumed that It la now safe former wetks but _. -
-
Assortment of many.
to bid farewell to cold weather for Mrs. E. C. Allet" "] of the Arlington Tbe meeting will close with the The \ni-il\ Styi.s in Soisette, Lucia Crepe. Mercerized Mad
his. sea.on.Mra. hotel ha. opened restaurant In her Lawns and Organdies '
The Celebrated and sermon at the tent on Sunday night. ras, French
R. C. Howell entertained at In Ing room VIII conduct the Spring and Summer
lunch on Tuesday In honor of Mts Arlington on both -American! and On Saturday night Dr. Whartonwill \ in full array and you are sure to find a pattorn

Rosalie Price. European plans. Mrs. Allen has. a deliver hi.* famous lecture on suit ideas. .
Griffon large( variety of dishes. for her resaurant the Land MiUincry. to your
Holy Rot he saw It short
Mrs. D. 'V. Ramsaur and Mis* Joy with prl enjoyed the Ocklawaha river trip on a neat bill o j Tar*. time ago. This Is one of Dr. W bar- 1m i;'

ant Monday. on'* greatest lectures, and the New We want the Indies of Pnlatka Also STRAW HATS fur Men at low pnc 4J. ,.-
Base ball
'
vntnXigtat'ts indulgedtheir
:N. A. Kent one of San Mateo's best pleasure M4.|,u>, y afternoon at trusts that every seat In tbe tent will to see our pretty Hue of Trimmed -

BrandHand known citizens was a visitor In Pa- the ball park, wM\!rt the Palatkav tienor : be occupied.The Hats; nlso Hosier', Gloves

atka this week. and Palatka Junior teams crossed work of this gifted earnest and Neckwear. J. E. EDSL
bats In the of tho .-_ I
Mrs. Ida Scott of Nlcholasvllle, opening game s preacher will ling be rememberedIn
sot). "Twas a fali>|I"J brood gam, the ,
Tailored Suits Ky.. la in the city on a visit to her
brother Dr. O. E. Welch.Mr f nlor's winning \\p: score of 17 to Palatka and from bis efforts here Mrs. A. L. BOWLES,
22. Chief Hague f&* the umpire. cores will date their birth Into the ;
; For Men .. C. C. Middleton of Pomona Central Lemon St. I -
new and better life.
R. F. Rlgdon t"- "
'i strawberry king
,
was the guest of the Misses Hah and
in Onab Bond over Wed neaday. of peniol. Is. R"tttg| to the front In -
Library Entertainment.The .
other fields ol agriculture. lie Sheriffs Sale. '

Serges, Chevoitsand O. O. Husband the prominent brought to thls0tfc] .. Wednesday entertainment given III the In Circuit' (Court Fourth Juiltclnl' (Mrcult, : '\ :. .
young merchant of Orandln was a a rutabaga. turnip ,froWn on his place utnam House parlors last Friday In nml fur Hi. Jo".uot.'oumy.FJor'du.' ,t.t. '
visitor In the city on Tuesday. that weighed 10V bounds. And \\.t\\\\\ MAKES
yet evening by Miss Jeanette T. Broom- E. O. Painter PertlllxerCompany.:' ) WE OLD !

, Worsteds. Hon.Putnam T. J.Hall Rogers were and In the Miss city Rogersof on a oil there Is. are n. j g.people \,>io say the Florida ell for the benefit of the Palalka pubic Charley Corporation.(.".."., rile.Etc (.>, :SELL \U\\\J 1\\- THINGS' ''' NEW,.

the week.J. O-ui library was a social as well MS a By virtue of an vxeruttoii IwiutKl out of ,, ,, "', :: ';: '
hopping trip during ) City fj'iards have about .kid Circuit; ff iirt in above. ,-nttilsI) unune, ",,, *,,,,.\,
These Suits are W. Tucker a well-known and ,completed all nifttgctisent.l | for their financial success. The spacious parlors furliitcdutv iNtbdriv I of Jttmmr ivua. to me *t It Mill maks woodwark. plsno sad furniture look Ilk' new. ill by
Easter hop. to tn\ft place' at the Ar- were completely tiled and from (llrSCiOd. I have \vI I**! upon the follow Ingdt k1 simply lr Ihs yrl o. with s cloth moistened with, the lsnser.A .
: made to Fit popular citizen of Pomona was ft *crtbM promrtr l iliig uu on 16th.
Monday
visitor in Palatka on Wednesday. nory )iiht, April the very flrst number on the program Ufint<'ounty, Vlorldii.: : tontltN wait lor. Large bottle snoutlt to ranovat the ordinary homo, BOo.
( "'Ill ley ban been ".Agaiceil\ to furnish the audience held in 3 H of n U of ii.. >., ....0..1 11"'14 of nw % orHt .. ,,,:,, ,, , ,, ,, ,, :, "
and 'V. WIlII.mlll.prominent was rapt: ... ... ... .: MO ''' '
and have everyappearance :IV. 8. Green M. the music, and ttMi,_ announcementalone > ill T.. 10 K. z7 "*' vontutniiitf
business men or Welak assures a nljt'tt enjoyable even- attention. M is*Broomell undoubtedly -: Mores iiioro or Ira.0110 grey horse*olin 5 HUon -
..
and h..rn. u. the or Charley
of were visitors In the city 'Vednesda '. Ing. It Is expected that the attendance the best Impersonator of child (coerce Itflnndnnt. I .property.11I..11 the suin lit For Sa.c "byAckermanStewart
will be lubllf auction dt the front door of th,
ar"\,
; S. A. Baker. the well-known mill \. life ever before a Palatka audl..llce.and CoUrt House ut Piihuktt.. I'DI.'oUOl1..

the bestCustom man of Seville: formerly of this Allie M. Steen |cat agent for the tho.e of our people who availed .'Iorl...., bvtween the. legal! hours of wilf on

Made county was a visitor In Palatka this Penn :Mutual Lift, Insurance company. themselves of the opportunity to THE FIKHT MONDAY IN NAY Drug
week. wrote an application for .fas.ouu he tame nelng. the 7th dnv of said month
I hear her last week will ever reineiner to the hight' and hePt bidder' for cash and
life insurance
Clothes. 'v. F. Rogero of San Mateo candidate HI Palatka one day upon such sale beIng lOads l; I will make,execute -
for the legislature was shaking; early In the pNrtftnB week. Mr. > the occasion as a rare treat. The nod deliver to the purclumer.. or pur- Company.
Steeu Is bard < > and Intelligent discoursed chasers a good and sutnclent toed to sold
" a Vi rKlng Palatka Symphony Orchestra -
!
This Patterns band with friends in the city Wed
"i' Spring's > Insurance promoter and It". met property}purchaser or I'u""u..r. paying
nesday. music during the evening. for title. -..
with unprecedented' success since BherlfT.Putnam '
R.C.HOWELL.
are Hon. James M. Ciiesser of Hollis- embarking In thAv business.! And the vocal duet by Mrs Win.Turnnge ; County.: Fla. Order For Publication.In ."' "" "''''''Q,'.
ter candidate legislative honors, and Miss Lelb and a solo by GEO. P. FOWLKH.PlulntliTi .

:: Especially Fine. (Saturday.was: in tbeclty seeing bis Irl..ndalast nlclpal The boilers water plu tot tnr-rived:V: "l..tka's this new week inn Miss Lelb, added materially to the Attorney. ......11; Circuit.the Circuit Putnam Court County, Eighth, Florida Judicial In $ Just received S

over the O. H. & kit' and are now evening's pleasure. Sherifr.s Sale.III Chancery. =
F Capt. S. M. LaBree, owner and side-tracked on tv*> ft"t cars near the Miss MauJ Ienof'rly and Miss Jessie Mary Cantr Complainant 1 Fresh stock $
manager of the Crescent: City Transit Circuit 'ourt. Fourth Judicial Circuit Bill for
River street deri, t. These boilers!
<:0., was doing business In the Mudge were the accompanists. In and for.... Johns Ouuiity.Cbas.A. I' Divorce. = $
HenryC-nt/Defendant.
were made by 'D, R. D. Cole M'f'g )
Then we hare an city Wednesday.Will The library association desire (the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company
. company of ffwinati, Ga. Thepumplnll'machll1..7 News to thank the of a Corporation._.... Etc. 1 It appearing by affidavit appended to ofGarden
will be management
soon on
S. Menaniln of :New Orleans ', tbe bill filed In tbe above suited cause
Elegant Line of the ground and tfork, of construction Ins Putnam House for Mlddlton and George W. [ Seed
manager. of .the boutbern!, : Branch ol I \ so kindly 1 hlttplii.By that Henry Cauty the defendant therein i i
was will soon be 4f\.. .full ormration.. .. the this. virtue of execution Issued out ol
tne aiergentnaier Linotype -- -- ------ tendering parlors for enh.rCalnment. an named Is a noniesldent, of the Slate of
jld Circuit Court In abo\e, untItled eau c
Straw and In Palatka last Tuesday. Mrs R. F. Ad\t, | >i,. Mrs.. Dr. O. n.I and also to others who1 aided earluK' date IHth day ol January.A. !>., 1WW' Florida, and that he Is a resident. of Au. for

: Deputy Sberlfl and Mrs. Lee Good- I Wilcox and lll g Ulmncho Crlll an In making the atfalr a success touelirecteI.I,. Ua\e IO IIM! upon tile following ,- xusta 111 the t mate of Georgia' ; that he Is $ $

son are happy over the arrival of,,* In Tumpa. this V Ie"! the two last Total net receipts amounted to $31. In Putnam d wcrll County>4l proper Florida!v .lying to-*It and: being over the age of twenty-one years, and

Panama Hats 12 pound boy bab) In their home. named as delegrt( >. from the Fort- Hw >' of ... '4 and se '. of aw .4 of Hec. II.Tps. that there Is no person In cite t state of = Spring Planting. $
last Friday March 80th. nightly Club to t It|,% EUventb Annual lu..H. Knnge fl e.,Si acres more or !less, Florida, upon whom the service of Subpoena -
Silver Anniversary. nit the property: OfCIuuls. A. Middleton, JH-. would I led such Defendant It Is
convention of th<> Ktat Federation of ;
ndunt. l will oil thesinn** nt publluauttlon $
which we want to Mrs. A. L. Bowles, .tbe central Women's Clubs, there In session.Mrs. The Twenty-fifth anniversary of at the front door of the Court H..u..... itt therefore ordered that said nnnreatdentDvfunduut j Place your orders
Lemon street milliner Is having a Adams In 11'11' president of the Palntka. Putnnui County lietmeeuthe be .amid he Is hereby requiredto
| \"Iorlda.
( Woman'sForeign
nice trade In her line. 1hr stock Is the organization of the legal hours of salt on $
Show Bill of tiled
State Federation. to which office she apt. ear to tho Complaint
you. attractive and well selected Missionary Society of the FIRST MONDAY IN MAY A. !>., lUtt In Bald before the r now.
wits elected last Spring' for a term ol cause ou or Mouday,
: Senator J. H. Humphries ofBraldentown. two years. Miss Aluy Crosby: <111I representing Florida Conference M. E. church, to tbe thv same hlgbeiit being and the bent Tth ctny bidder: of for raid cash month, and, 7th day of May A. D., 11MI.\ otherwisethe

editor of the Manltec the V /l' J t. of Si": Mateo I south, Is to be held at St. James upon SuCh sale, being. made I will imiksu'cute nllftfAlluns of said bill will be taken : City Drug Store. i
and deliver to tlie purchaser or purchasers CiinfefiitMl, said defendant.It .
River Journal, was a distinguished In the Tatnpitcot9eAtiuu. as by
: This year we have visitor In Palatka last church In this city April 19th 20th .u good and aulUflent deed to wild. Is further ordered that this Order
Tuesday. i The first annu\, | Auto Meet on At- 31st and 22d.D"I..gates. property. purchaser or purchasers pa>Intf bo published ouce a week for Five con- "' ''''''''''''''...,.

placed in Stock a Laban Price the emclent and popular Inntlo Pablo Bet will occur on the from the various. auxiliary for title. II. O. HO\VFLLf; Aherlff, scout ve weeks la the Palatka News, anewspaperpubliahued
school commissioner from the 9. 10" 11, and 12tlj lUBts. There will Putnam; County; Flu.O.EO. .

.' Big Assortment of westen part of the county, attended be 27 events for Mtomoblles, motor societies lu the state are expected P. FOWLKR. etiite.W In said county and ,\
the regular meeting of the board last cycles: and bycic,\,.. Tickets for the here to the number of CO or 75;; and P'.lll1f.tlor..y.' D. O.6t.Executor'H "
HBPSS band and cfflvlul seal this
round trip will I'e one fare for the my \ :
|
Trunks Traveling Tuesday.J. homes for their entertainment will
1 the 2Mih datytuf March. 1000! ,
.J.W'7t "
;, H. Green the popular county round t.Tp plus j'A> cents. Atlantic be found by the local society of Sale. (neat) JOSEPH rUlCE / >-, ::: ;;..-- } '.
Beach Is the eAslda :
Bags and. school commissioner Irom the peninsula t>v resort on which )Mrs. 1C. S. Mooney I la presi VTOTICE Is 1 hereby given that In purauunroof Clerk Circuit Court. __:::; .. .
the Atlantic OQ in 'M miles from /I'
the the
< terms and prowiiulons of 'hint '
district was In attendance lit Jacksonville oil the Florida East: dent. will and temament, ol the late K. B. l>nm, M. I. COXE ,r'
Suit Cases the meeting of the board of education 'l'rnfn. which hits l>e-n dulx proiNitett. and of recordIn Solicitor for Complainant (,:I. / 'jr' )
; Const nail start from
way Many of I lie leading Methodistladlus : theotllceof theiiounty, Judge In and for I -
on Tuesday.
This atock is g '5'ill! !a.rrlve at M""e Union 'l'erninalstetron of the state will bo here and Putnatu County, Florida' we tile undersigned Notice of for Tax Deed ,: /' ni .
application > under '
Hon. Jas. R. Howe o' Bsvyofcfyu. In Jacttj'mvHle and locke Lxetutorsof will ou the H'I' t'f(,'f
. S than is shown :N. Y.. and L. A. Milliard of Lake connections wli\, the trains of all each session will consIst l report of Tth DAY OF MAY, A. D., lea, section 8 of chapter 48H8! Laws of P' c
!
larger county, large property owners in other line. entering Jacksonville the work InYurlous parts of tbe state. during the ..rrbu.l: :: ,sale on that. da. >: Florida. '
at th* front lieu,, In Palniku Notice Is hereby given that W. 8. !f'
..
else in Putnam county were business visitors The "Contlnpnt of the Florida as w..lll1a the discussion of papers Florida.shall. ofTcrforand shall ...1110 Middleton.
anywhere purchaser of tax certificateNo. ;:
to the city on \, ...dn..sday.The East Coast HOteL,! system. Is now the highest. and .beta bidder for .ash all ol !; .. .
and .
open and vlsltorA will b.. cordially topics pertinent to the foreign tbe follow 1 ntrdescribed lunsi..sitwIts..a part i of &;:.II. dated the 4th day of Nov., .-... ,II.
Palatka. call for the Putnam county welcomed by 1\(. II. r:. Bemls the missionary work. i In Putnam County and a part .In Uradiord A.D.181/5./ has tiled said certificate la my :" :;Jf. ..F'f.' -'
Countvanda part lu Clay' County, In the -j-] ./ -
democratic primary with the rules ispublished Manager. On Sunday morning! April 22d, limb of Florhlutowlttl offIce, and has made application for tax f :/ co. '
In this paper 'Ihe list of -- .r\,- -, ."".. In Putnam County, via deed to Issue In accordance with law. .. '"
Rev. Dr. Frederick editor
Pnsco fo
inspectors and clerks will be published '>,4 of seV. see. K* p.H.range 24. 2H luirt-n Said certificate embraces the following
next week. Will LectuA Iii Palatka.. I the. Florida Christian Advocate will In"lb..sw corner.so ll of iia. ami 17 ucreso described prorerty situated In Putnam Fiiiullli-s, who ueoSTRICKLAND'S
4 of nw',. sec. a). tp.M, range *;.
Of course the Hon. Ben]. P. Calhoun has been at Dr. Andrew Sl'. 4d. president of the i .preach the annual sermon. In theevetiing .j inds In Clay County \ut county. Florida to-wit: Breadare

... home this week and ill with acute University of FIlJrl.Ja. ana one of thesouth's Mrs. M. D. Wlghtmnn will tbe..o..I'ln\l..I.The sa>'4 of the mv 4 and all., .the of. that run part of thechurch of 12 As to ni-J!: of swj section: 3, township
27 40
People all know'by asthma. Capt. E. Noble Calhoun at- most and scholarly. take charge of the devotional exercises house branch ull lu sec. tfl, tp. (It, range acres. Its fast friends!
tended to the duties of state attor- eltifjUeut range 24, oiitaliilng uo acres more or ..... The 8al this time that ney for his father In Baker county. men, lass been ettated| | to lecture in and Miss Kllle: Tidings will deliver The l..n"11 Ktttauslii' lirmlford Hnidford. County County, vlaiKeal loiiuln& date of the Issuance of such .certificate lathe the Strickland make of Buns, I'lcn,

Palaika on SatilfQny evening May an address on "Our Wotk in to the fcstalu of K. H. DTvw.dHceniieiliLots name of E. 8. Itoblneon. Unless Cakes. (Grooms' 0101 l stand). "' lrol l
Capt. and Mrs. Ivory, Mm. E. D. l..ch''I'm Mexico." \ I I.H.H.4a.Oand trwctsOaud I>, Block said certificate shall bn redeemed according
12th. The be on educational Lemon Street.Executors'.
Lynch. Miss Florence Lee and Mus 80 In Johns Add to town of I4tilrkwe. iH.ip. to law tax deed will Issue thereon -
pr. .Bledd bus also It, rangei. Lot 15 and 10, BIt' X In l>ow IIluAdd. ._ ,
mutters.
-- -- -
the :
BROWN'Slay ter.It..r Lynch came down from Tax Assessor's Notice.For to town Starke,_.".Ip..nlDlle... nn 30th day of April. A D. lH)0.! ) ,
Crescent City on Capt. Ivory's private ,nrrnnged to remain' In Pnlatka o..erthe ItOtsAandT BItt ". town or Htarke, stv.tu. zs. Wltuess fly official signature and seal Notice:
launch lost Wednesday for It SII 'laY and will the purpose of receiving lax .*, range ::0. 2 lots! Iwutid K by K. ft. H by thin 31st day of March. A. D. 1HW!
following preach returns, I will be at the following Mrs. Htmrkmun, \V bj Street, N y-Mrs I Seal l Notlu la hf r by Rlvnn, that on h.\I ic35tli
ofUnderwear few hours ktay In Palatka. both morning and evening In one of named places as given below: Moore lu tow n of ustlirk.act,. 94, tp. ft, range., Clerk[ ] JOSEPH PRICE, lwMIw0. bnik. make Unnlnlun4ooiints ., .,.
W. W t(01 n4or sw'less' < acres out ol Circuit Ct. Futuain county Flo and voucliem a* exoiii beI
: Walter Andrews left Sunday. for the pulpits.. Keufca. April 13th ; Edgar 14th ; sw corner ..-.. 4, tp. tt range "i-IM auresHacrvMlu .ita will soul Uiiiamiint of E.lwnru, K 1.i"' < .
DeLaud, Fla.. to paper and decoratethe ---_- East Palatka 10th; Federal Point the nw curlier of ...'.,. ofthe ..-.. :NOTICE.The
handsome residence to be occu- Putnam House Closes.The 17th; Pnlatka lot!,, 20th' and :23rd to and...'. 4 all ai.rt's In MH lit*.nw 2...corueroi'''. t|. range,... .im/.'.4.ileree.Alld of the. ALVA EDUARUE j. soarr.at.5allalt JRNKIMt.
pied by Oeo. H. Helden and family of 27th Inclusive. G. (.'. UCLLAKD. upon such. Sal,' Hlng nuulu we ..hitllexecute A .lENKIPa'aikn '
this city. Mr. Andrews was accompanied Putnam ljAus closed fcr the and! il*>u\t by bill wife. season after lu'', haon on :Monday, Letter to Ackermaii.Stewart and hUilU'ieui warrant. ) deed sponsible for any debts contracted by

:.. Neckwear, Mr. and Mrs. David Wllfong Kninsaur having been op,,ft for the receptionof Drug Company, I'alittka. on deeds. JOHN, w. uMHHON1.. of any tug of the KBCH crews Cannon of Dredge unless No. 7, or NOTICE.My \ .
\ tL lijW.'i-ir..Ci accom
returned from their wedding guests Just t.o. and a half months. Dear Sirs: Do' you want to sell ..0."'. r.xccutors of said. Will. panied by an order signed/ by >"-"-
trip to Cuba last Saturday: after an and during all af' \vhlch time It has Devoe lead-and-zlnc for your town LIve raptnlim or J. B. Hynn'jr. wife hiving left my huue nd

Collars and Cuffs absence of ten days. Mr. and Mrs.Hamsaur had considering' the! season, a very and country? \%.%X1Ki>.-bjr i nlci :n wiiol.. will make their home for bouM tSlia.t mnnaKurvm: or woman,
of !
The whole doctrine it turn on I shall not be responsible for any debts
for this' and : .. ,
count Hdjo'nlnu '
successful bUIIIJl h. > terrlto-j .1.
the present with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. these three points: fro snd exirante, imtd, seetly: terse. ad) Executor's Notice. she may COD tract.
and Haughtoil.Rev. One thing cVa'\, "cted with this (1)) It I la all paint and true paint; vsnoed.ork i.l..i..i.iti: )o-tltlon .iiurnianuiu To 3. w WHITMAN.Fe .
house during tlj" # few months. (2)) It IB the strongest paint; >o InvMtmentor uxperieucu, ...,nl...". Cl's.. whom It mar eoneerai' .leral Point Fla. I 12th, IUiJd
and Mrs. T. P. Hay and son, past lime valuable. Write at once for full ptrtlcu .Six, month kli.r' the data, hr..>t I will Feb'y
Park, left Monday for Kdiuto Island, that has. lmprv- M e., sent ,00' and account anti .mchnr. lo nre-theAdmluUtrator :a-ltt-8t
Because It III all paint true paint .O"T.)3:( L&k e .!>..CIltC-KO HI. 00..,. ,J..d....01 Putnam .
Hosierycovers 4.iunty ?iurils.
S. C., having; been summoned on account traveling publiC U the excellence or for and full- sJoMtt ask tat be lliuueh0Sd. from Soul
of the death of Mrs. Hay's sister tin management Mr. Warner has proportioned strength -- --- of it. bus of A tIefurtuur d.adululiul.Iratlon COSOI'uI.' t.- WALL & DARSEY
,
measure, rJu.kur.
Mrs. D. T. Pope. Friends extend l iii. tkcenttuer V,A. D. ,;
of proved to be ttw, right man for the ((1) Ittalcesleasiforajob;
the wants C
* sympathy.-Gainesville "''un. place. His tabi h.",- been one 01 ((2) Look best all the time; :" of the will"f i D&, d.... Dentists.

And- Last Friday the :News was shown a abundance and! i nlform excellenceand ((3)) LiMts longest; I'J M illtiSmFOR :
: Everybody. turnip grown at. Velverton Fla.. the whole c.,*iductof the house (4)) Gathers the trade. and holds ?: Miss i iI : ------ -- -- BrldtfB nnd Crown Work a Specially:
WALK.
Lead in that tipped the scales at exactly ID has been such )M to elicit praise cu toJner,. !: -Barred Plymouth
i., That we pounds. The variety is known as from all Its gus5t., who have come : There Is no such aigument for any a M n Rock Pfl! {'!.setting{; of fifteen for $l.oo. ---

the Seven-Tops. white turnip and was from all state in the union and other paint. ; there Is no other such : MB. FEAKNSIDK. Office In Fry Block Pnlatkn.

., grown by Charley George a Syrian: front foreign coUntrle paint; there Is nothing hut talk for I Kate L. Lucas j t! ..
SuitsFor farmer. These people Viill prove to be the any other palut. Devoe Is the paint .
best ndvertUciDflt the house ran If the facts side :
you want on your WitUNiNNNmNNNw"WIrwim"mNN
Misses Bessie Johnson and Mng- have. and next /.....I'. If It prove a The country 1 III full of experience.; [} announces the arrival of :: r f

Children gle Pritchard. two accomplished usual winter 'Florida" travel the wo bring these experiences to bearon t2 J a complete stock of L.

young ladies of Jacksonville who Putnam will C'llt'JtI! 'In for a big shore your trade. If you sell Devoe.
and Boys nave been visiting relatives. In this of the tourist busldes' Yours truly 3 SUMMER DRESS p | Easter

city returned to their homes last Messrs. MerrVdly Bros hope to F. ,V. DBVOH & Co Approaches |

Monday. open earlier t\e\< year. After putting 81 New York GOODS
Mrs. Ellen Sullivan of Sallna. the house la order they will --- ---- -- i I ;:
Waists.M.S. and
Kaus., who has spent the past two spend some tlftv, *fc the Florida CJ consUtiiigof rjJ we are prepared In Ml Departments to supply' the :5*

mouths In thin. city on n visit to her beach resorts. :
cousin Mrs.' H. A. Buky, left Monday ----...-- d:J Silks, India Linen: :Qj :! Dry Goods Wants ;
Increased PoMOffice: Earnings. ::
afternoon for her western home. [ Persian Luwna. ny
That Palatka |i'/ /growing both In :; of the Indies of Pnlatka and Putnam County. Our line of ...
,
Thesprmtrtcrinof the circuit court business and population Is. In no way t: Potted SwIsH! Organdies flDimltlcN

will begin In. this city next Monday inure clearly jlcnterd than by the Et.1together n Summer
BROWN Hon. J. T. WIIU. circuit Judge pre receipts of the l ital 1 po.t Hlo. Postmaster n gs Dress GoodsIn ;
siding. The docket is not heavy andIt D. M. Kit-try' has just closed with a full line of Uj (

,. Is thought the biislnesMof the term I bin books for Lbs bostolHox year and [ White Murirtm Shirt f| te far pliilu anti fancy coloring) ::
can be accomplished In one week. by the best: we have
made his report to the' department ever shown and our lute ofwlu ::
i 1'h. Fowvr of [ ui4t JooJu. nrj Shirt; \V.lstItIWl( and ;
ClollhlerAWD Jno. A. Crosby editor of tbe San : .. to March 81st. His report Is givenby j nit Ready Made Shirt> WaIsts
you a. to ::
Mateo Itemall.adlnj.grlcultoral quarter and t< a* follows: A btssiit..e Education. : All who saw our opening E varlet.y. ;

.4 of the state and the man whoa uwa vm To 111. Induitrlons yoonff man w. : Come to us for Lad 1,,"' and Men's :
paper lL"d ... would mr-train younalf slongprassinal ;} DISPLAY ol MILLINERY g :
1.1 'Iuarter I:t.uV.t
to attract settlers linm.
spending big money Susin.ss Iquipyou.afwlth
.. ..17;'" 2.satm Fine
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to his pretty home town of "HanMatno 34 .. .._.n a"'''.14 mod.riiComm.rntlZdi..uies. the pronounce It the finest we CJ H Shoes and Hosiery. s
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I' $ m *n op.nl.uUt :
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was a visitor la Palatka 411. $2j444 .11II v nu ol to 700. J have ever shown. It U na
Wednesday.Hon. .. :ri"tlI.the pans IT= tbu ooltom complete. R j ::--
Genfs' Fll1llJ3e1 Total 54 5 'I hu "' ,,_'ed mot ih.n 1S.OOO Leo
S. E. Tlrnmou of drandinha I An Increase of$lM.lt for they far yoanf peoplo for lh. .ommsrell | Jacobson'sj.
5.ld. L.t as s.nd 70U Our.511055 3 MISS
been In the city some again this ending March 3Ki r.I'IfoYer|' the year
week. Like other prominent Christian : ending March 8NK 111I1/< / MASSEY

11m. worker la the county Mr. Tim- This InCreaae.lls( sitld will\ entitle BUSINESS COLLEGES. I KATE L. LUCAS.rrrrrcrrrrir.t.rrraerrrr .. Dry Goods and hoe tore =:

p lkm. mons ha been greatly Interested In the Palatkopo ,ftti>. to an additional B........... AlA. R_.."'. g

I J the Wharton revival now In progress clerk, and the total Is mar than MOHTOOBI1T.A1.ARianVODD F VA. u r PALATKA FLORIDA.
j Goi.qsse..Cs. Jclaos.L&z, l.A. "
free delivery for
here and attend all the ,neetiugaj sufficient toseeV
possible. Palatka. .- -- mNNM'M\W..YN _..






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