The Palatka news
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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 13, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
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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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FRIDAY. APKIL 13, 190(5( *1. Per Year

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tiiimtH> t A Home Wedding.Mr. New Candidates. In the Circuit Court. ;

Robert, Walton Until, and MI. The new candidates" whose an- She spring term of the Circuit /
/ the Spring' KatH Alice 1TI11, both of Jacksonville iioiiMi'i iiH'titu appear' for the first Court Is In session this. week will/ LATE STATE NEWS

4 were quietly mnrrliKl at the lima tills, week are Or, Frank Me Hue Hon Jus. T. Wills, circuit Judge presiding

"The Young Man's Fancy home of the hi'Ida's, sister, Mrs. A or MelioHi rur comity treasurer; t. and Ben P. Calhoun ns stats. 3

O. Weaver on I.einon street, at one HtepliuiiH:' of I'ulullin."' for county prosecutor. I Congressman Frank Clark las

o'clock WndheMlny afternoon Rev cotniMln/ .|,>'nt-r from! (Hud\let No 2; H. The grand Jury, which was made. beer. In Jacksonville during the past
4 "Lightly to Thoughts ofCLOTHES L. R. Lynn of the Presbyter T. Joiner from dliitrlof No. 4, and up of some of the strong men of the week

church win the..tllcl..tlnlC cl..rgyman. 'Squire E. B. Inline. or Putnam Hall county did rapid and careful work., The U. S. Monitors' Nevada and

The bride Ims resided In Jaokson- for member of tile board of The Arkansas are lying at anchor In the
: county Jury found Indictments, nearly liver at Jacksonville this week.
I : villa many y ears whiTashels a favorite public Instruction from district No. all of negroes, most of whom have

) with ninny friends The 8. All I these gentlemen. are well been found guilty of the crimes for the The Florida twenty-third Woman's annual Christian session Temperance of

groom Is one of the Hutmtantlal buslH8 known. which they stood charged. The Union Id In session in Ualnesvllln 7

man of that city being inana- Dr. Frank McRae has been a practicing whole bunch received sentences on with a big attendance

'. Ker of the Clpvelmid Furniture Com physician In the Melrose section Thursday at I the opening of the court Senator N A. Butch of Levy county W

r pauy. for the past 85 years. He was after dinner. has announced his candidacy for

Mr. and MM. Reid left on the afternoon the first mayor of Melrose, has been ; The two negroes found guilty of state railroad commissioner and will

.THAT'S USHow ... train fur L'huftuuoona: for a a county commissioner, and has beena holding up JUH. Pinner and robbinghim make an Relive canvass for the k
"i1\ position,
.. wedding trip. member of the state legislature.He on Lemon street one night sev
". is I Tbe three year old son of Dr. and s
a popular and pleasant gentle oral months received seven
opportune then ago years Mrs O. B. Lewis of Fort Meade
we have m man. Two years ago Dr. MoKaa was each In the state penitentiary. bright: and promising little fellow t

""" sad ..woo Ca para.lirly H.oAddlllo. ..< an unsuccessful candidate for the The Important civil cases were was drowned in a pond some distance 1

opened our Spring stock .. to lie L.... oflloa to which he ngnli': ) usplreg. those of Joseph E. Lucas vs. St. From his home the other day. He

I of"X: ; I It la n fact, not so well known but The entrance of I.. C. Stephens In Johns Ocklawalia Navigation Co., had gone to the pond unattended. ;

Unit It may be said to bo curious that the race for county commissioner more familially] known as the Hart Clem L. Decker a well-known

the letters j nud w are niadera additions from this, the Paintkrt., dintl'let, lends LIneA linens ,hued. received judgment white barber of Jacksonville reeled
and fell at the of
Kirschbaum ,. ; to our alphabet The letter j triangular Interest to the race. His fioin this. enln pa ny, but this action Buy street In that corner. city InsO Tuesday and

only came Into general use during the opponent are L. (J. Cnuovii the was to recover! on bond given by the morning and bled to death on the

time of the coiuraouweulth, say. between pittsentromuiUitloiixr' and chairman company. Hon. S. J, HIIburn mid lavement from heminorrhiigu of tin

and alsoSchloss Jm ItHt) and luBS: ),'1'6111 11UO to of tho board mid Ur A. M. Steen Captain Jo:. N. Calhoun were attorneys mugs. When the physician arrl..dUeck..r
101(1 Its use Is exceedingly rare, and 1 was d..II.'l'bo .
an agresxIVM mihllu man who luis for
Lucas and MuJ. Oeo. P. Fowler
have never yet seen a bock printed
Socialists In Florida will hold
view. Mr. Htephfin l I. wellknownto and J. E. Marxhall were. for cle-
prior to 10Q2 In which It appeared state convention 111 Tampa, "Saturday -
Bros. In the century Immediately preceding the people of Pukikn and the fendeuteumpaty. the Jury awarded April aith, to nominate at .Htiifn ;

the seventeenth It became the fashion count}', He -Is u clean. dlgnilled Lucas a verdict for the full mud Congressional ticket to ba toted

to tall the last 1 when Roman numeralswore business man, and haM served several amount the bond with Interest on III tint election. next November.

used as In this example, vllj for t..rUl.118/ ]'or of the city. Ills /np- In ,nil $835.00 The pleBent "Slate headquarters. of w ;
this Is nt Flu..
orgmilzatluii Gary
Hand Made Suits. 8 or xlj In place oC 12. This fashion pearance us a candidate caused some The other case was U. L. Brownlee
still lingers but only In phyilclaus' Here Is H ash story: John Cabs
surprise. vs. Chas. M. North, replevin and In
of Kay West harpooned s remarkable
prescriptions I believe. Where the
H. T. Joiner, a prominent farmer which a verdict was given for the tlsh at Key West last week which he n
.t. Finest Earth. French use j It has the of s as
on power" of Floruhoine. section has his announcement pIslntltlfor nine yoke of oxen and ,ragged 1 < to shore after fierce tight. ,
I we use It In the word "vision. what '
thin week rur county log carts. S. Hllburn represented y'ntes wants a name for this fish
nation was the first to use It as a newletter
which w"lghsj(1tI\ ) puundl1lllUl Is eight
J: Is an Interesting but perhaps unanswerable commissioner from District No. 4. the; plulntlllnnd! Calhoun Calhoun feet long Its body entirely covered

Fearnside query. Mr. Joiner was born I and reeredIn the defendant. with hair, and It has H face like n

I Clothing Company 11a. like manner 'the printers and Alabama, but has lived in Veal The presentment. of the gland Jury, Beugultlger, It has two tails and

language makers of the latter part of Putnam several years. He Is om o( a carefully written and Intelligent its web-like fins contain. nails or
claws Mr. haa
Cutea placed the
the sixteenth century began to recog-- the most extensive ftirmors. In his document l III given In another column fish on exhibition at 949 West Bay

nize the fact that there was a sound In section and Intelligent gentleman. of this paper. street. Jacksonville, and la anxious

Palatka Florida.JVVtITH spoken English which was without a He will have as opponent, J. C. The court will probably adjourn today for somebody Informed on "flsholo

1'1 representative In the shape of an al- Strickland the presentefllclent commissioner or tomorrow. gy" to tell him what he caught

phabetical sign or character, as In the mid Morgan Hohnntmn, J. It. Lackey tax assessor of Jack-

rkmmii.iiiiJIHIIRIi't U3i-i-i-irtn Utl-tfrsnnUH-ii-itHiiU:!UU1EfHH, first sound In the word "wet. one of the most popular and widely Ball Game son oounty, was struck by the engine
Prior to that time It had always been Interesting I pulling the mall train at6'tO/ : Monday -
known citizens of Bunnurvlllo.Squire .
.-- spelled\ .as "vet," the v having the longsound The Crescent City base ball" club evening at Sneads and was killed -
of u or of two u'. together. In E. B. Lure has for sometime arrived here Wednesday morning on Instantly. He attempted to cross
contemplated malting the race ahead of the engine, when he was
order to convey an Idea of the new
W. R. Sttunder's launch :
I"he' Je'\NeIer sound they began to spell such words for school coinmlnalontr. from Ills pretty caught and dashed against the plat-
Cruiser, and In the afternoon playeda form of the depot, the force of the
"wet" "weather with district. He In the
as "web etc., was city Tuesday
match with the local team. blow breaking his neck. Mr. Lockeywas
two u's, and us the u of that data and gave In his announcement. He game I about flfty-flve years old, and
The attendance not
was large owIng -
Palatka Florida.Just was a typical v the three words above Is a fine gentleman, courtly and of belonged to a well-known and htgh-
looked like this: "Vvet," "yveather" the old school. He wa the county to the fact that the game was, y-respected family of Washington
"vveb." I hastily arranged and little notice i county. He leaves a wife and seven +
census enumerator last year, and Is
received full line of in After awhile the typefounders recognized -I well-known In the county. His could be given. I mall children.
new patterns Silver. the tact that the double u bad The score resulted In u victory for I Go v. Broward has signed death
home Ii ID at Putnam Hall. His
come to stay so they joined the two opponent Palatka by 16 to T. Many of the warrants for Caldwell and Larklns, 1

,. .Dog Collar Bracelets: in Roman and Rose Finish. u'. together and made the character In the. race Is Sir Laban Price runs were bunched near the close of the negroes convicted of the murderof
Hon. N. W. at Tallahassee
present efficient commlnaloner. Eppes
u now so well known as w. I have one the The earlier part of the
Watch and Jewelry Repairing. Mr. Price I Is also popular and one of game. S..ptember".I904. Edwards, anothernegro -
book In which three form. of the ware
game was close and Interesting and convicted of the crime, and
given. The first Is an old doubleT the cleanest out gentlemen In the en-
has the
who confessed already paid
the visiting team played a fine game ;
(TV); the next Is one In which the tiro county. With two 'lich substantial loath penalty. These negroes were
Like our own players they are no
last stroke of the first T crosses the men' In the race District No. 8 nembers of a "Before Day Club;

I first stroke of the second, and the people will divide on grounds of Individual more than a nine of town young men organized at Tallahassee to do away

Diamond Rings. third Is the common w we use today prufvrence. who do little if any team practice. with prominent willtea. Mr. Eppeewas J

'-New York, New. -.--- -- Those who attended the game speakhighly their first and only victim.
Grand Presentment of tile playing on both sides. These men will be hanged May Stt,
Plain Band Rings all shapes. Jury and their death will put an end to

GREAT VOYAGERS. In[ Flu.Circuit, Spring Court Term, Putnam 1UUI. county, G rend and Petit Jurors.The I the "before day" gang.

t A* a General Rale, Th.r. Cam From To the Hon. James 'I': Wills, Judge following well-known citizens Walden at the Opera House ..

tlo. Inallor Cnatrlm. Presiding1 O' thn. county are serving as grand(
Your Urn nil Jury having finishedits Tuesday. April 17.
FOR SALE! t Portugal Is. a small country, with a labors and discharged' its duty to and petit jurors fir the prlng term of Walden will at the

t laud area one-third less than the state the best of Its ability desires to make ,h circuit court, In session this week : house for the last appear time this season. opera oil

of New York but It has turned out in the following pre.eutll1ental1st. Orand Jury William H.: Cone, the nlgt! ; of April tha-. f

Land It. time celebrated navigators Cabral It Is gratifying to us to state Foreman ; C. A. I'llngman, W. A. The notice'i. 'J ( a
Improved and Unimproved press ..
and Da Souza among them. that In our opinion crime: In on the Williams, R. A. Bryant, T. M.: Ap- performances arc all of ttlff\ mo'riiat-

It la a somewhat peculiar circumstance decrease In our oounty and attribute 8. J. Motes, J. II. Wyley, J. erlng.
this to the fact that our olll-
In Both City and County. In the history of oceaa navigation clals are zealous and active county In prosecuting ; A. Neal, H. Conway A. Weaver" The San ford Chronicle say i: Walden -
the magician at the opera house
of Eu-
that the chief navigators
crime against our laws and A. W. North, I. N. Babers, John the
--- Tuesday night gave one of most
have been natives of
rope usually the Interests and morals of
guarding Knowlei W. T.
Z. W
Hancock, mystifying performances that has
minor kingdoms and without the advantages of our people. We find the class. of #
Knowles, S T. Fowler, W. D. WllLlnson been> our pleasure to witness. In
Strunz which would naturally accrueto criminals whose ". Me have examined -
Henry act It was the best show of Its kind
a representative of one of the larger to be principally "birds ofp.essege" James Fennell, Jr. that has been In Banford. Walden

governments. and not of oar people. Petit Jury.-C. H. Wlgg.V." F. I.s a wonder and his work will never

Palatka, Florida. Christopher Columbus as every 2d. According. to our best Information Bogero, D. D. Wilkinson U. L. bot> forgotten( by those who witnessedils

n ____ __ .. ___ __. .. _-- schoolboy knows, was a native of liberal; our and schools practical are conducted plan for which on a Knight, D. P. Hancock D. Bohan- performance Tuesday night. i
Mr. Walden showed In with
Genoa at the time when the Italian l is N. A. IHesser: O. W. DyeBH, S. Tampa
//1. torso BAII.CY. I.HAI. M.MILLIARD Order For Publication. i much credit to b. (given to our non, .Has. Annie May Abbott. The Tampa
peninsula was *subdivided among numerous County BuperlntendenUnd excellent A. Goodson, W. M. Johnson, John Daily Times says: With Miss Abbott t

Iu the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial "She can look out,but you can't look In" petty governments. John school board. Melton, W. H. -alinton, this year Is Prof. Walden, one of the

G. MR BAILEY Y X CO. Circuit Putnam Couuty Florida In MANNPORCH Cabot was a Venetian who soiled In iki. Wa enrneatlyrecommend the The grand jury, after being highly leading magicians of late years. Ills
Chancery. Yeaoe u r the service of England, as Columbus I building a new, modern, and sufficient Wills performance is unique and clever.
house Dud Judge was
court equipped complimented by ,
Conduce Complainant I PRBRrss. lad sailed In the service of Spain. Although young, he certainly has a
t Bill, for constructed In accordance with
Ellv".O. our discharged on Wednesday, having
future before him that
Fire Insurance: f Dlvoroe. SHADES Amerigo Vespucci was a Florentine, advanced tlm.... put manyof
Charlie II. EK..O. Defendant. ) who sailed originally In the service of 4th. We find it to be n general considered lit cases from the opening the masters to shame.
Reserved sale at Ack-
Leading American and Foreign It appenrlua by affidavit appended to Spain and afterward transferred himself complaint that our public roads am 01 court until that time. erman-Stewart'a.seats now Get on your seat
the bill tiled In the above stated, cause You can secure these to the Portuguese service and In a very bad and neglected condl- ------- to d ti
early so as secure a good one.
Companies that Charles II. Egan the Dnrendant Shades at then: went back to the Spanish ..er.lcetor Confederate Memorial Day.
therein named a non-resident of the lion. especially at railroad crossing.
end that he Is a resident a second time. where the railroad companies. either April 26th Is Confederate Memorial FLORAHOME ITEMS.
Accident Insurance: State of of the Florida city of Boston In the Commonwealth Capt. M. R. RYAN'SHouse Vltus Bering, after whom Bering will not keep them In good condition Dry and will be observed by Patton fi

of Massaohusi-tts. aod that strait was called was a Dana by or are not compelled to make these Anderson Chapter held} U. D. C. The ex- Mrs. Thomas Tllden Miss\ Tilden,

ba is over the age of twenty-on years FurnishingStore. birth, who served under the naval crossings safe and passable Wa call cruises will be In West View Charlotte Tllden and Mrs. Bell are

The Travelers of Hartford and that there la no person In the State lag of Russia. Magellan, after whom attention of our county commissioners cemetery he Veteran and Association they cordially, the Son.invite of pending a few days at Daytona v
to this evil cud recommend
of Florida! upon" whom the service of Magellan strait was named, was a Dative public Beach.
Veterans, the Blue the Gray, the
hat take counsel and action to
Life Insurance: Subpoena would bind such Defendant r..I-; It of Alemtejo In Portugal, and was compel the railroad companies to Gem City Guards, the Memorial As- Mr. and Mrs Rowe and Miss

Is tbi rcfora ordered that said non the first to complete the circumnavigation keep; these crossings In passable con- sociatlonand all their friends.. All Thresher' left Tuesday last for the i

The Old dent Defendant be and he Bill U of hereby< omplulut requlrlld of the globe In 1822. lltlon Just as far as the law can go to are requested to meet at the home of north, after spending some time ...tthe
Reliable "Germania to nppeiirto the Vera anl was a Florentine/ whose accomplish same. Our roadi otherwise Mr. J. N. Blackwell at 8:80 o'clock. Park House ;
tiled In said cmiue on or before Monday
Those who have flowers to contrIbute
Life" the 7th day. of May A. D.. lUOfl.\ ) voyages of discovery were uod.rtakenuodel' are torn UP and destroyed by The (lawn social planned 'for last
of send them
New York othorbe are requested to to
wire the allegations of said bill c the protection of the flag of heavy log aud turpentine wr8uusln week has been postponed. 7
Mrs. Blackwoll by 10 o'clock on the
violation of the law prohibiting the
taken. as confessed. by .al,1 Marine Insurance: It Is further ordered that this Orderba Englishman, and It seems surprising to teams and wagons of this charac- greatly appreciate It If people Sunday with his father in Palatka.Rev. .
published once a week for Flv. consecutive many persons In this day familiar with will not decorate the private graves
The weeks In the Palatka News, snewspaper the pre-eminence of England as a marItime on that day aa it Is the day set apart W. W. Theabold of Madison j
6th. We respectfully 'tender our
Leadimg WIs,
CompaniesAll said county and was the guest of Mr, and Mrs.Bull .
published decoration of the .old era'gra.ea.
for the
( nation that he should have been banks to your honor In behalf of our the first of the week.
state seal this In tbe service of the government of people and ourselves for your nni- [ The programme will appearIn
Claims Promptly Witness ray hand and i.fflcliil Holland when be discovered Manhat- forum courtesy and despatch of business next week's paper. Mrs. W. J. Small spent a few' days
the ijth day or March 11l1a.! ) Y M as presiding Judge.' Ma,. M. I. COXB last week in Lake City
JOSFPU PBA E, tan J lnud.
Settled.OiBiw (Seal) 6th. We wish to thank Committee. i
clerk Circuit Court. He that sneaks of things, that do not especially --e._m- Mr. and Mrs. Welngart: went Io'alatka
our> highly esteemed State Attorney
28 Front Bt a P.U.TKI'L.\ U. I. con:, concern him shall hear of things that Ion. B. P. Calhoun, for the valuable THE: Vast KJMT RIMBDT FOB BOWEL ton. Sunday to hear Dr. Whar-

Holtcltor for Complainant. will not please him.-Arabian Proverb. service rendered our body during Ito TBOUBLEB-No FAMILY CAH ATTOBDio F

present session for legal advice and Ba WITHOUT IT. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barr left Tue.-

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Letter to 'Y. P. Riles, be dlspath of all business coming "I regard Chamberlain's, Cholera day for Lincoln Kansas to visit. t

Tex Dowl 1 Under Section S: of Chapter Tax Dee I Under Suction 8 of Chapter The Whirl of EventsIn Palatka. before us. It Is the unanimous ex- and Diarrhoea lieniedy .. 'one of the daughter there.
WHS. Laws of Florldii. i Laws of Florida. Dear Sirs You'd .trlke It rich Ityou >resslon of this grand Jury that we very beat remedies' for bowel troubles,"
4888 Mrs. C. E. Wilcox and Mrs. H. J.
Notice' I.1 hereby given that W. 8.: Notice 1 I. hereby given that W. B. : *bicycle:popular:: : rHInv".tat.: time.shows No oihar re no wed amiinunien.Intermit ban In could find a way to shave your I econimend our State Attorney to says Mr. J. W. Haolon. editor of the lector left Tuesday for Gainesville

JJIddletoa, purl haaer of Tax cnrtlrloate Maull, purchaser of tax certificate .been found to Inks Iu pture, and resent me- customers In less time for less cost the; voters and trust: he will succeed Despatch, Oolllo, Georgia. "I make to attend the W. C. T. U.convention. d
rJL01' dated the 3d day: of July A. D. No. 851.. dated the 6th day of July A. clifttiloul tlitvelnprnetiw. have. mnd. the) wheel and make the shave last twloa or himself In I the forthcoming election. his statement. after having used the
lij911. ha. Sled Bald oertltloata In my of- D. 100.1. has llled said certificate my lion.most perfect'I'ho I ..m.....1.10.n of Hioyrl easy and I lit rapid.'"111 the locomo Mtun three times as long. 7th. We requeHt that our presentments medicine In my family for 8everaly.an. : A fine boy arrived nt the home of
"oe, and boa made application tax office and bo made application torn tax lard of "sews .twauty ."d nerfeel.nna',"ollon. You wouldn't shave the same\ per- be published In the Palatkunewspapers I am never without It" No family can Mr. and Mrs. Will Welsnian. Mon
lined to Issue In acoordanne with law. deed to Usue In. aooordiinow with law. Lady and uentl'-niun; rider" who want the really on so' many times, or Ret so much of and that we be discharg afford to be without a bottle of this remedy day last. t
lIald' I oertttlcata embraces the following' Bald certificate embraces the followln bent wlwelalway' *chains the BxculNlnr, its money; but the whole town ed. W. 8. Cods In the house. It Is certain to be The ladles society met with Mrs.

wworlbml" property situated In Putoam described. l property situated In Putnam E. O. EARLS, would l>11 talking" about you and J, H. WTMH, Foreman. needed sooner or later. For sale. by llcher on Thursday of last week..

County, Florida, towlt: county Florida. to wit : 41T Lemon St. ralatka Fla. everybody would come to you for Clerk.iHKUHATIO. Aokerman-Stewarl Drug Co. Only one more meeting will be held.
Pht J} of ne}, lees nw 11 a. 37 a In .'11' B& of ow t of swj. section 25. .township I. xhave.
Ki Suit '"1 of ni of net. section 4, town'ehThe 12 1 range 27-!iO acre. Notice. Devoe lead-and-ilno exactly that PAINS QCIOKtT' BI'LIBVIID.I Cochrana Is closing out his retail
Registration In It takes fewer Notice.For n
la paints. Tax Assessor's .
"" "-** acree. The said land being assessed at the The excruciating pains oharacterlatlc tock and wilt confine his attention
said land being .ssesned. at the certificate The City Registration Books will and It wears longer. Costs less for of rheumatism and sciatica 10 his Increasing. wholesale business.This .
date data of the '8>u "eV'vaull are quickly the purpose of receiving tax
the Job don't have to do it
III of the ls,uanoe of such certificate In the name of unless be ppen nt the Court House from 9 a. and you relieved by applying Chamberlains Pain Is last month store will hit open returns, I will ba ad the following
irnlii for and
tile name of M. E Baveii., Unle said certin shall d be redeemed in. to I p. m. on the following davst, 'least years ;years-six years Balm The great pain relieving powerof Now Is your chance to buy Pictures, named places as (givenbelow IKeull.

..altl certificate shall be redeem.'I1.000rd10IJ according to slaw, tax deed will. Issue Saturday February 24th Monday, at'Fewer longer." the liniment has been the surpriseana China and Fancy Goods at cost .. April T.'ithj; Edgar 14th;

th.r..n to ,law tM deed' will( Issue thereon on the lard day of April A. February 20th : Snrurdnv. March 8,11 I IMnndar takes fewer gallon.gallons| to wears paint a hou.e da Ight of t ousaods of sufturars. prices ___________ East Palatka, Iflth ; Federal Point
"" the 83t day of April *. D. 1006. M..raSth/ ; Saturday March The quick relief from pale which It i 17th, Palatka 19th 20th and 2IJrdto,
190t!. D. March lath Saturday with Devoe Irad-snd-ilno than with The Ford Photo Tent U illll doing ;
offlolal .|8nBtJr"rn'JneBl I0th ; Monday ; affords I Is a'ooe' worth times Uscost. !17th Inclusive. O. F. BCLT.ARI
Witness my mixed and It many business with the. babies.
wean big wo-
Witness anal March 17th; Monday, March ) longer a ,
my omclal.llJn..tur" and of 1I.rnh.!. mixed For sale
Bth day by Ackirman-Stewan'
thh, tblt I than paints or lead-and-nll. 1 men girls, And toys His picturesare
the Uth day 0| March AD.. IOSEPH PBICE 19th, and from\ a, m. to sundown on
jwm [8eall Co. Florida. Saturday March 14th. 190H.HBNM Yours truly Drng Uo.Th" _________ iini, t >.xc.II.nl', cad this. feet with FULL STOCK New and U".to-
[18e"'l'1 JOSEPH PRICE. Clerk circuit court Putnam I PBTBRMAHir. F, W. DN Mew York lea man U how having his the low prices seems! to b.. drawingthe Date. Easter Cards and Kaat' .r PostCards
l'lk. of 89 ctoad.nu ... at Kowtou's, Palarka
Circuit City Supervisor Registration nnnlnir.
Court Putnam Co Florida The N wi f 1 a ff'ar. I r

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THE PALATKA NEWS.Entered i : 73 the Democratic Voters c/1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. ]: #:W /* II:


at the P&Utka postofflce a. Callable matter S "- a" Under the present system of nominating rOB STATE ..meATOR.T A Paint That
for office the neoiocratlc Voters of Putnnin Oo 1, is
ot the second clacs.Published public servants C. candidate j ;
RKV. WARREN: A. CANDLE. D. D., LL. D. ; each 0 four have a rlghtVay who for iHireby HUit>tuniit announce"from mywlf tnlmthe ate rwvntyBUtnTSirCl I

Oa of l Ibe.5Ia.. .II........I-.J! Clwc1 -II. S shall be your nominees. : '; Ina'nl'rou: ,enrou.mipportyou I,
..t Palatka, Fla., on Friday by It being Impossible for the Individual bBvoJlven for, the In rep piwt and r Economical
t..."" "" "" "" "" ."" voter to know, personally each solicit your rote lit She imi 0'"''''nil urTiuary.POLITICAL .
RUS3ELL.' eg VICKERS.Wm candidate who offers himself for a ...." I i
In the Easter celebration] the great fact of the Stale office, the undersigned Intro- "cM. s.Ytlry .y.yI&'LL.. t

resurrection of locus from the dead is duct himself to you through the IN LKOWLATum One that wears well ?
A, annually commemorated FOR RBPKKSBNTATIVK
RUSSELL. Editor. medium of the pres Judges of the .

by the Christian world, and if the day la courts of Florida have never mode To IMimocratlo, Voters of Putnnm Cot : 11

intelligently observed it signifies whatever is It a practice to solicit votes by PERsoNAL I heroliv announce niynelf,,,'"iitllilii. rorBvpraceubitlve looks well r and spreadseasy i
signified .
tits IxnilHlHture ninjeat
: appeal. Members of the railroad In
....eL .. ... PAT
.9alk.t the 0..1..1I p'I..rl.
? by that world-changing event which it thus commission an* judges. They your approval 'N. ). Roe 5 sa / rThat'n the kind :

i THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST.Wt. brings tj mind. treat decide: corporation certain matters and between the people.the Him Mnteo! March 14th,]Idua. Ooi : I I' dt'I' \ J
i a--assa Some few years ago Senator Cushman K. Davis tt would be unfair, therefore, while To lJruttrmun-'f the rxTiiocrntlo hJ.Voters I* to nnnouiii-e that 1wll 1 of .PAINT we sell. h
I ..
others attending to the duties they / lw a ci",,11"liit" for K..p.II ntl. I. ...
, .
R EDWIN of ]Minnesota[ To his who called ,' !
*" GARDNER WEED. S. T. D. lay a dying. pastor, are paid to perform, for another Individual : u..m: the opprotu hing VAmnolus.mt All colors '
that, Qe grsterul for xuy C and 8bnJeR. .
ProiMUuit EplllOOp.ll1l.bop of Florida. 3' to see him, he said : "I know human history, and I seeking the position to take po". If 11.1..1. end ..le'I,>eI lour be }
...... .6866E.ta1166frE6E8taRbfZ know that in the first century something happenedthat advantage I live at of Lake this.City, Florida; I ama my conm.int. thl purpoui county to and work tlmenllre ins the tnto.ne .iHiMnwUaf l ricer fair. :\

Your vt> truly k
There never was a time iu the Christian Church destroyed the Old World and gave birth to the candidate for Railroad Commissioner : WILLIAM ry A. KCSKKLI.OrosrontClty y

; I am VlRlnlaa by birth $ entered March Inn,, lOUS. ] 1
The resurrection of
when Easter Day was not observed with solemnity New. Jesus would account for the Confederate navy when 12 t

and rejoicing. Easter Day emphasizes the great that change, and I do not know of any other adequate years of age, and surrendered with To the the nwmocrut aollcltutlon of Putnnm of my moods Count' 1 SAL hnvedevilled 3 Inspect our display before buying.
the naval under Gen. 10rlh..IAlltlollllure.
forces JosephE. loonier the nice |
truth of the Christian faith, namely, that God be- that tons been proposed." To this great Johnston at Greensboro, N. C., end rwpwlfully. a.k \elect-for

came man. Only God could overcome death so the statesman the significance of Easter was a world re In 186S; I have resided in Florida for t tin l b..Ht limy Intwnmt it-si ***fn AelumxaiAalll. am' In.I. -J'iVre.
over 88 have been iu the newspaper ...1..1..11. the
years; f avor.5 tlio
newed. He did not exaggerate its significance. anQlMher.+,. .... 01 Ilkof. import
Son of Mau who rose on Eaater Day must be God. business all that time; have primary litw *

It was natural that the Church of God, which is The same thought is presented forcibly in another diligently and faithfully worked for to our' which people the, hut'pulvllu I am oppoanl fuii the upbuilding and derelnpnTent eeklnsalyexpeaJtltl.. Youre' >ry '
founded upon the truth tbat Jesus Christ is God, form by a great Englishman, Dr. Agar Beet tie the State during all these years and H. A. li. Mc'KKMalN. ..

"If Christ did not rise delusion has saved my every effort lit the future will bn To the Drmocrotle Voter of Piitnnm Co.(
should have observed Easter Day iu a manner so says a At the .renueiit. of mmtv friemlM' I 'have decided 3'
to that end. In whatever position 1 looK..ln ..... yMlf support, In the coming &
marked and so punctilious that there could be no the world. In the days of Christ, the apparently may hold; am thoroughly acquainted pr.ini.riv.. as a cnmlUli.te for Representative s. -

world sinking into social] with the wants and needs of every In the *U glHliitur:;-i. It nomlnaUHl: 1Bhnll ....
hopeless was helplessly
question concerning the belief of the Church.It appreciate!*.** l.oiiorntulinlHtr. b torthHwoifnrevf .
section of Florida
as uiy acquaintanceship '
1 lio follow Ing Is mvplutform
la well to bear in mind there has been only chaos. Gradually out of the chaos a new life was and travel has led me at of prlncipirat I ails In favor of -- --- -- -- -- -
Us .. ..... end. "Improvements as far, -
observed until at last it has times into every county withlu
resurrection. There have been rising, nearly overspread reXwnnhlo of loud
In l favor
one numerous resuscitations a* am r't'f.'II' !
borders; have twice been chosen to o'"I": am In i..Jo of a new : 5.2.1better .I
; many have risen from the dead, but only the earth. The nations which have receivedit represent you in Demooratlo National M'hoolH, "'0. I..... agltl net .tM>mltng !
Conventions have been connected of the county for anything I am ngaltiHt ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
stand today in the front rank. And to these the ;
one man, the God man, Jesus Christ has risen not with the State Senate In Florida anything: too bfMtlly and rttfedly, ,etc. lets
think all theae. matter over before artltig.Vie .
to die again Lazarus and others were brought back most hopeful of other nations are looking for help. since 1887, most of the time as Secretary do. not pry our county sod school, eommlHloners I

to life but there was no change in tho forces controlling All these results have flowed from the preaching omen f my ,faithful and can attention confidently to refer the duties, as to tux for wage sued.enough.tiny .-> I mill Ix-Hnve for rountv lit direct The Great Gar Line From
and school commliHlonfrs' and 1-V mill for Through FloridaNew
.4 their bodies, and they ate, slept and died who but for the courage inspired by the belief Imposed upon me, to any member of Rood rood,. 1-* mill for new court hoiHH, *-till
the Legislature during that time as upoplut. act of the I ItKlHl tur< niul. otherlM ,
that their Matter had risen from the dead, would .
again. thu county romni.t* loneri to mAke th"I..vl'
In archives
well as to the records the .
but lean If I -
not more prnwlhle. oppo
Necessarily a great change took place in the never-have dared to preach, or certainly would not of the state, it being a fact that these w (: ". Bro"nrd* present lrnlntie| HAStttiu York and Fla. Special Leave Jack-ion ville 13:60: m
: p dally
records have been attacked I In tHli.K too hnxad UMIIIH of the ex Siiiul.
i never
I body of the Lord Jesus, because lie rose not to come have devoted their lives to the unwearied proclamation ] the courts. people's money without proper connlil. .>*ratlon. Fla. and West Indian Limited Lv Jacksonville 8:61a in daily
I should tfoplo '. 1 believe lit
back to His former existence on earth, but to livea of the Gospel. Now if Christ did not actuallyrise Railroad commissions of nearly all thlnlto IM carefully vonHtduriHl" ncforv. every.mov New York Express leaves Jacksonville, BIQ( / n m dully.Chicago .

this belief delusion. And it is the most the States: of the Union have, where any ..tllrrvt.on ALw favor the and Fla. Limited leaves Jacksonville 9:80
was a a ui dally.w / .
new life. Very little is told about the change buta the given are Judiciously exercised Buckmnn school low andotond "ecaiiamv. I mil
astounding delusion that has ever darkened the er powers benefit to the : l"h: : u> the' County ('ommlsalon.n: bl Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9:00: p m dally.
great deal is said to indicate the greatness of the proven of(treat county convleui, and belles they
general public and there /Is no- reason hould be worked on the public roadsHeapectfiilly Through sleeping cars to New York, Chlnago and St. Louis also
ring mind of man. For not only did it enable] its now
We told lie doors and .
change. are went through why Florida should be an exception i !JAMBS M.CUKBBKR your Hr. sleeping car service to Augusta GII., leaving Jacksonville at 8:56: a m.

rose from the tomb before the stone was rolled away. early votaries to set at nought hardship and peril] to the rule Experience has Holll.tr. March!87. Juut. Interchangeable mileage ticket good over 13,000 miles of tbe

and death, but in all succeeding it has held pointed out defects In our railroad To the' Detnoentlo Votemof Putnam : principal, rullvtv
We told of His sudden and ages County of the Southern States
sate tbe
are appearance disappearance commission law that Is being remedied ] hereby announce that I will be a randlcmi, .. are on by principal agents

lie was recognizable when lie wanted to many of the most intelligent and cultured omen t by tbe Legislature( at each see for the. memWrHOUsa next, Florida LeKtMl4.ti.re, of Kapremintailvm la the ApproachIng In- "Through, Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, vie Atlantic East Coast

be, but vanished when lie desired. After His refer and now for many centuries nearly all the best saint few years and by we this will process doubtless within haves a port' primariesand If elected I re.perthdly pronl-e: :' to ttollcltyoiir look: after:: th.- Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Beltway"

rection His resurrected or spiritualized body borer of men. Unquestionably it occupies a poitionwithout law that will be All that it should bIn e bent: Interests of Putnam County and line State For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson, Ticket agent or address

the Interest of the people.I of Florida. Yours truly. For reservations and Information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line
parallel the delusions of It or
among men. D. WtLLtAMS.McMeeklr wiltv:
the marks of His conflict. The of the nails]
,, prints am confident of my ability to nil I FIs.April Btti. IPOo.\ FRANK C. BOTLSTOX, Dlst. Pass Agent, W. D.STARK
Traveling Pa..
in His hands and the of the is a delusion that has saved the world. Without i it the office acceptably and efficiently. AR'
i were gash spear was 13R West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville Florida.W.
and myself, if nominated and FOR COUNTY COMMISBIOSEKH. .
I' in His side What took place in the change, we do there would have been no Gospel preached, n oafterwards elected, to administer the To the Democrats Putnam (County.I J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Mgr WIlmlEgton: North Carolina

Christian churches, no Christianity, the one influ duties of the office fairly and Impar- I hereby announce my cHudlducy for the
not know, but we do know that the same Jesus who .of(aunty Ooinmlitalonur for Putnunt
ence that has saved the world from ruin would have flail). County for JJlHtrlot... 1. an.l respectfully. --
died, rose from the tomb not to die again. We The State, of Florida has wonderful solicit your support the Ins prluuurlvs. -

know also He not but of had no existence, and the world would have per possibilities before It, and ia my If elected to .: "fprollebl: { >ou + =--e
was a spirit, was possessed to give to duties full heed and do mv, ut*
ished. If this be delusion] and humble opinion no agency can be most toutUaiice the Interests of the -= :Puts: : :
to county
so, we owe error a ..am Pharmacy:
which flesh and :::::=
a body, though greatly changed, was such potent factor In Its development we all\ love. Respectfully yours
bones. debt greater than we can conceive. A delusion has as tbe railroad commission W. H. MIDDLKTOIT. I PALATKA FLORIDA
b Pomona,FI...,March 7tb lea"

One of the objections which the world has raised turned back the entire current of human historyand For weigh: this carefully reason the the claims voter of should everyone To the THmiocrntlc>r.of ntnnmrounty t Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries -1
1 shall l lie candidate. for .
against the belief of the Resurrection is the continued saved the world. If so, in the greatest crisis of who offers for the place. This for the oilier' a C'ounty Cominftwiontfir from Patents.

the world's history delusion has been better than announcement la a direct personal 1 lstrlct No. of Putm.ni(Oountv In the root PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
deformed appearance, as was manifested in the appeal to YOU individually. Two Inn primaries. and tnk this method of auk* I N ,
Ins your support, proiulRlng that If re-elwt* 'B1I88 OAEDRN 81BD. ApOIa ,
knowledge and error better than truth. If board to be Mallory Ste..mbIP
ac of tbe
we members are se
body of the Lord. It is not pleasant to think we ed to wrveyoulntte future as I b"'oll1 the + .
lected. I want to be one of them. I past. TbnnkliiK all for "' .. .e
this supposition well be pardoned i if you your generous _
shall deformed cept we may In former contest., I -' --- -- - --- -- -
carry a appearance through eternity. want YOCR voto and support support am,

The Lord we must remember was not glorified until we prefer delusion to knowledge, error to truth. Should: you choose me I promise Very truly W. l5.ALI.ltM.your: ::*: | FOR STATE ATTORXEV.

that you shall never have cause to To the lMmanevotn of To th* rMmocratlc voter'ofth Klithth JudlcIclal
The Majesty of Truth is then dethroned and the Putnam countv : -
He ascended into heaven. The body passes throughtwo regret. It.believe. At the limtnnce of many fr.emlM I have<.lecldetl l-lrcult of me Slue of Florida.Httlnn "mmmmmm"mm"
pursuit of knowledge is no longer worthy of serious I my large acquaintance to announce myself nsnv candidate for served you 1.'D Iheeauaclly 1 of Btate'i
changes, from the natural to the spiritual or resurrected the otllf of County 'ommiNHioner for Putnam Attorney*lnr* .'*",and Iruillnic I that
ship In your countv (Putnam), to from DUtrlct h.re | ....ed of lh manner In which PAINTS Ifc
effort, especially of prolonged and difficult and costly hound No. 8 nnd 1 re- }hors 1..1.| I 1
r state, and from the resurrected to the glorified whom I refer you. will vouch for my spec t full v unk your supportthe coming ni raxiniiid: the State and dlKhirged my I
r ] effort. Thus in the closed grave of Christ i is fitness for the office.As Inmtovrntlu I prlmarlen. If elected I panda::::: duttsp, I *ollclt your vote*at the coming\ prl-
It is well bear in mind the =
state. to resurrected would do. I to serve you to the bent of my ubllltv. :alihr: ; Iho position Mal<* Attorney for that wear,
buried not the world's but the chief any loyal Democrat Yours ,' t fuhy. Judicial/ circuit. wi
only hope
state is not the last. After we arise from the pledge myself to abide by the result w.ULIHHON." Very re.iwctfuliy I | Wall Kulsoniine. 5

in our resurrected bodies we must all be stimulus] for the pursuit of truth." of the primary, and will support the Bostwluk. rl....March 7th. loot BMI. p.: Cabot,.. = Glare and Varnish, 5p
grave go .
To the Democrat of Putnam
nominees thereof at the regular ale County I rMixvirullv snnounca that t .m a eannl.
fore the Judgment Seat. We hope after the day of The meaning of these strong words in one sentence tion. Very respectfully the I hereby oftlfw announce of myttelf. a cundlilate for dm for the olhce, of states Attorney for the JAf-A-LAC |!
41oinniiittloiivr ,
) for blHhth Judicial I flrcult of
judgement to be glorified with the Lord. is, that since Christ rose from the dead there J. T. AHPLEYARD.Lake. iJldtrtt't No.aof Puma m(',,"n') In the com lhfounlle; of Alaohua.: Ilaker: rompoaecof lira fJ ord _
j City, FI.... April 9. 19U6. :ing prliimrv.:: and resptctfullv auk vour sup Ley nnd Putnam.. conceive..the I.hblnl.nd :
1i has followed a development of history which without port. Thanking you for punt kindnesses: Iniu. en....". dlnolmni.. of the Unities of the, onlcv to H DODGE'S \
MatteLIFE'S the resurrection would have been impogehbtaand JAPAN'S EASTER EGGS. Very truly, yours:, be ,*sacred obllKtlou to the btat, and, If the. PAINT STORE
J. .
Rouses. rulers 01 the rlrcitlt for m* wllh the nomi
Putnam Hall March 7th, hut "nation I I |pledge>l them that the InterentM of the fc Fin. -
LITTLE THINGS.A which without that great fact ia-hiexp'licable.i ] And Trlatuph of Art Arm The. Symbol* To the Pemocrats of Putnnm (Iou\II,., Blata mid society' shall not caner throinb fator. Pal"tk.

wild bird's song Is a little thing-lost In the deepsof the word .i is !ru...- :History is directed supernatural ]- of '.rl... .shnlt"' a cnndlilHte for OOllnt i ) '"", n da1 or IMark neullBenre. rlorlda.or mine 'I'nun. W.FliLDlKa.
In Japan where tbe coming of spring stonerfrom lntrlct No.ft In the approaching lmuuummlummmmWHEN
a summer sky. l::. ..- risen Lord has broken the spell of the pat- sod the bunting Into bloom of the : DrlmXrnaJ fur your wlllapurBvlnte' selected; nnd forthlsresponnll thunk To dlelulere0lt the Itornocratloyotvnor of Plorldat the Eighth Ju-'

And yet when It falls on a listening' ear; and leaves ural. The world is not, and can not be any more, cherry trees are made the occasion tan 01' "I TOtnuti r'p"'I''. to work for the- B.-llB lnmhi> my thirteen year practice
its message of melody earth's amen brighter and best Interests of Putnam County. of law toHvthor with my exporlKncH, u* a YOU WANT
grows what it was before lie came. The- perfume of His annual festival, the eggs of the htarchelhlaa4': 1'. RBDDIMQ., proM'culliitf Rltorn, y. fully lit ute. to ill.,
e l1ftgeesne:9ttr.and* summer Indeed is real. Australian ostrich are greatly In demand Interlaclien. charge: HIPtlullosof HtaK Atlorn n>.

-- A f/ucfding rose Is a little thing-lost In the gold oft a life is in the air as odors wafted in upon our world as an Important feature In the To the Pemocratio Voters of Putnam Oor fora.ut the request i-iiiiilliliit.of niaiiv for frk'i'ill noiiiliuitlon:!; ?aniiouiiroiiivHlfu Furniture, Mattings,

; .nmmer' sun. from the Paradise of God. joyous festival. It is a far cry Indeed re-nomination 1 hereby announce totheomceof I :m>self. A Oounty iMindidatt. OommlHsioner for< In the I for IH-IIH/hs: KUhth riitl. 'prlniiiry Juurlalt'In'uit:: 1:forHtiito:: of Attornet' Klorldu. Oil Cloths Linoliums

And yet wherever It bursts In bloom and scatters But a supernatural movement never fails] ; God from our travesty of an Easter egg of .Putnam County. for I>lHtrU No.4. If
nominated and eintind I '
shall dom '
J afar It* fragrance sweet, love grows dearer and heaven docs: not abandon in incompleteness work He once whose pure, delicate surface is actually ) utmost to serve the best Interests of the l.-o""i{irinlutlf iKoiuiiiilcully\ of the: end omen faithfully anil to help ilia Art Squares! or '
disfigured by cheap dyes and crude, county. Thnntngyuuforyour :
pant ninliunln :
nearer, and Its petals fall too soon. suppoiand thouignltyaud honor of the courCOlllnesvllle
begins. The supernatural past of Christianity i is raw designs to the exquisite works of respectfully I so kung a vontlnuatice. I rot i J..n. M. R.v".a. Shades consult
A passing smile is little thing-lost In a world ol Yourserv truly Fill.,Mnrrb utb.llUI.
the of its all art that the Japanese artist puts upon J.U.NTaICW. ND. '
toll and assurance triumph over present foes R.
care. drandtn.March Jrtli, lu0. S. MOONEY
the market to>> welcome the spring. The I FOR TAX COLLECTOR
And yet the soul with gloom oppressed and the life and the prophecy of its victory over all future opposition Japanese artist always works as If Imbued To the T>en.ocratio Voters of Oomniltwlom To th* Democratic, Voter of Putnam Count We
ItlHtrlirt : carry a big line of these ud
grown wearied with burdens hard will happier grow 1 In A religion to be eternal must have a with the thought that God I* 1 hereby No.announce 4 Putnnm iiiynelf County a candidate.t for! a.I herebv,.rwpectfully'0' announce In,the I. r.'b( are making low goods *.

the afterglow of a smile that is warmly kind. deathless founder. The everywhere. .. t .I'oinmlHNlonor l for r>Utrh t No. 1,and I Tu l'ollwlor .oo.ln""oA.... Poorly. subject.m" ,exceedingly prices DO
resurrection of Jesus shows I 10
respectfully. nnk
your support In the the
or the Democntlc
Remember that. Nothing that the nimble brown finger primaries. If f elwcletl 1 prom I... toserve I "lon all my friends for p.lm"r. Undertaking and Emlal ning.
that Christianity has such a founder. He is alive touch Is ever alighted and upon you to the "" .tol my ..blllt). end many klndnme, and a ronllmanc.:o

MtiMPROPHESY. and alive forevermore, and his one business is the the oral surface of these large eggs the Yours HuH..Ol vary truly sppfeetated.th< f..o"and Itlndnusae re.ye.dully :
preservation and promotion of the salvation for men :Japanese artist lavish a very wealth of Bannervllle,March 14tll. lowe A.8. \ViLUao.FOR Play Box
artistic efforts. The natural tint of thO To the Democratlo Voters of the Third OommlMloners Bal

It's been a chilly season which he has brought to the earth. He is equal tall egg. a grayish blue. Is often retained, 1 hir.'t.v announre.DUtrlct myiwlf a ramlltlnt* for COUNTY TRRAICRZa Kichards' Alley on
That tbev'e offered us as spring) ]] and traced theutttceof C To the Democratic Grifn
emergencies and can not be overtaken and de fairy landscape are upon bony CJommlmiioiier of Putnomhuuuq County:
The birds found little reason this background which blends exquisitely from the* Third i'ommJMHloiier nom. '.lon: :.SKT! '"1UI"' I the Under new msnnaemeut
feated by surprises of the enemies of his truth Mntrlct. I have served you In tblnotllce fur : at nn.
To lift their heads and sing any *. to be held '
up ; with the blue of the sky distant the pat term with an huiient to May ne t. 1 think Ladles play free Wednesday aftt'rnoom
The flowers are hesitating whether be work. for the .bent Intere of tf.rn''rI! )01 past cotmale. .
they mundane or demoniac foes. His I..m. Iha II
a mountains lakes and rivers. .' 9 *
or tiny
The snn's a smouldering flame and enmity', andt ugalii M-iectetl fur the .'e.1 serve YOl"> the ,, a. 1 he t 6. loa war. I. O. Emily, Mgr
And we're waiting waiting waiting cause must inevitably prevail. This i is the great Again the egg will be tinted all over by place will continue so to ecn r, YOUM truly' &le lin the _.t..I'. .
EDWA.D : S. -
NO"UTo -- -
Till the home club wine a game. conclusion of St. Paul from his argument concern the artist, and the design SN then Bo.lw.ck. Marsh '.t. 1\111I, 10.b. Democ..uo -- .
voles of P' sW 1i1rfGt LI000IIYI"
chosen with great car relative to the 1 nm eonnty.in : 00V

But the birds are bound to carol ing the resurrection : "Therefore, my beloved brethren ground color. Bonus of the most expensive I the hcrahviiniioiiiHciii.MK-lf noniorriiu;: of Pulnnni\ : County, ."I": for ,.lc or Coup y Treuunr subject] *'to!*the for r

Ere:!: the coming of the fall; be steadfast unmovable eggs decorated In Japan are those -noniliiatlon for the<.nl....of Couutv ('.....- "lon b. approeehtog.. prlm"rl.1 r will
, Ere we've donned our thin apparel ye always aboundingin mla which simulate specimens of cloisonne N... th.. 0I'ulnemoouosy. ..
; V.III .
coiiiliin Drlmnrv, amt ,
We will learn to bit the the work of the Lord for much n pwtally leKAh.M.D.
; as as ye know ware. / ask your.uymrt. Vent truly. 1.1..Fla APrI0'b. 1_,
Life no longer will be dreary I..
/ that labor V.UAKOVA.
your is NOT ur PAIN rx THE LORD. Such an egg gorgeous In gold leaf
We will root with glad acclaim- To. the rMmocratlo. Votttr of Putnam FOR TAX
Flowers will bloom and skies be cheery All this, and more, Easter signifies to us. It and rare pigments and Inclosed In a I hereby announe* mv candidacy" for Countv County To 1 Dwncrstl.. A8FlR" County. Good
When the home team wine a game. wonderfully carved Ivory box, was Commliwloner of District I No. f. of Putnam;: hereby "nA. eald.for
th.omc.T l.seenor.n
speaks also] to the comfort of our personal] griefs and once designed by an obscure artist and lo County primary.. subject &0....action Rasprctfum of tbe Democrat, lo.ta to serve. you afaln Cs d I C..m''done If In nom.the

Editor Russell of the Palatka sews:: i Is a candidatefor bereavements. The supernatural history of the cent to the mikado, long years ago, just A. M. M'kES. .your I lMnk help agaln.ill friends for put f"on sad

the Legislature la his county, opposing Editor MeKensie .. the cherry trees were bunting Into To the' Demo..ratl< Voter* of Commissioner I Reapeclfully. Groceries
Church is the perpetual miracle] which demonstrates __ 0. r. UuLuao8CPERVIBOR
a I>lrtrl" No t, PutnsmCountyi t _____
of the Palatka Herald. It will doubtless be bloom. The royal recipient sent an 1 Immense _
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warm race and ss both are newspaper men and come the fact that Christ has indeed risen from the dead, sum of money to the artist. a* a for hereby County announce Commissioner that I will for baa District/ cindldit Ho. t OF REOIaTRATION

under the Tribune's recent declaration for A Legislature and the resurrection of Christ is the proof of the mark of his appreciation and ordered th In.the.support coming of rrtmarlee. and", re.n' auk To I the b vlynsnn0une my... .. as s TcXn.lM.
of tbe the Every
interests of Putnam
newspaper men, county and Dayin
him to leave the little country village dlMrtei. Your fO m the .n"t.w
of the stare will be well subserved in the event of the persistence and imperishability of human personal where be bad tolled unknown and come 1., O.'VlfJlrHZl1\ ,.non.I".II. ... om.. county 01 ). aubyecl..

election either.-Tampa Tribune. ty. He has brought life and immortality to lightin to the Imperial city and honor and' T th* Itamocratia Voters of Commission Dis t your: .. Xpproval. 10 you tin ..PP.cblnll. PrJ
The Tampa Tribune is mistaken. Editor Russell trict Ho. 4. r' b.nkln\ pant
; the Gospel. There is not in all the earth a great renown became hi* through long tno .* b "I r.pwtfuly| ppor.Pl..tl
candldu .
'tis true, Is a candidate for tbe Legislature, but he is noV for the offlc* oftwill a '- < Fla. B""IB.P"T"!! .*"*.
I March
year i
opposing Editor McKenzIo or other candidate. He church or humble chapel which does not testify to from ]l.trlet Nat I In Ih. a|.|>r....chlnp"ma" .
any tinny and various are the design on le .Cad tbaU will natlr .
the fact that lie has risen. If he had risen such ul ........ ( apureol.t. the ..up.ponor TThiel..tto announce that f Putnam Cot Year
t Is simply plugging for Russell. He was the first to an- not tbe Japanese eggs-dancing geishas Respectfully I! your, *. Iw."" c

nounce his candidacy. Editor McKenzle's announcement houses would never have risen on the face of the and grinning devil, wisteria covered I Flomhom" >la.. April nth. igoa.H'; ff-J"".. I.t .la should the I 'I''rolnltlnted eel of eleetwl RcgletA." : f Ooo

followed two weeks later. tea bouse, with a geisha smiling coy s 111Mmypleesursuwelln It ; Our are Fresh and New
> duty to
I earth. Let the sorrowing go to God's church on BI,1O INMrKUCTION.: form the work of that omw, per.
welcome from the tiny, porch and To the rieniocnitlo Voter of a fatllful sod and we would Ilk* to h.V you
Putnam msnne4
The suggestion of Judge Parker that the uext democratic Easter morning aud press their wounded hearts stately temple presided over by solemn mmfllnxt 1 hen-hv nn aiinouiicejiiT to the umr. raiHlhlacy far Ooi re. eon.l..ololl. ..,. ..arrnnling tflly non to law., call sad Inspect them ,

against the bare cold walls and they shall find even sad eyed Buddha, flowery landscape l'nuuty. H."I or 1'u"1I.uwml.xe of the Palalka,March list B EXLLer.
candidate for president be a southern man, may II1.t.urllon from IBM, If It I is not convenient for you
under skies and DI+Inrt Na a in lMronJn
not be accomplished at tbe next election, but there Is no there the pulsations of immortal for tho solace lofty; *mountain smiling peak sunny wrapped in lowering jerk b your-spprorn: If :'e.Ili"'I: T.FOR. BrjPBRVIBOB 0,HECJISTBATIONBotwlck t call, just phone your order ,t
to nlNf In the ..
!good reason why It shall not be. The south has many of their 10US. The Carpenter of Nazareth built all 1 cloud All. the varieties of Japanese for: the Increased smclenry future.of our Ia the Pllbll..pat. h I.to announces that 1 wilt bo a eaandi' No, 84, and It will receive prompt

favorite some who would admirably flll that great offloe the churches in the world and He has not quit build landscape and an too vicissitude wh0ulgan.,, Yours: L...trolr.... 1'klCR. dais lion In for ti"tb.ol coming,'. 01 Supervisor or. Regntre. and careful attention.

and with departing prejudices and a united country,, of Japanese life ar* portrayed on Ihel Idenhucr.um.I
ing. To the Itomocrat of Hchool W.trlct :No, .. low iff homtnatW
which Is now evident, tbe bars will be thrown down and these egg of the artist In J.pan.-New I hereby announce my .0n..I.....-) for ..... I prandw to atlthtully tan ant J eleeettaI

no Imaginary barrier will shut out candidates from everysection. And whenever a new spire point to heaven York Tribune. nomination ountj Boaril. to the of Puhlla umra of Iiutriictlon' ninmlmr of from tha the omca YOII.prlo'm"O'b &, 01 L. C. Stephens

The only questions that will be asked witness thin. 1 t.$,con.) uutrlrt. Thanmn: 115X.C.' *'lri..C.. ,
by a there i is a new with angelic finger, pointingus post b..no..I.n Very Irulyyoura.you for M.rb .
united democracy will be: Is be honest and has he the Then I* nor(',,-nrra In this patios of the e. :J.JI -
to where we shall find the loved and lost and be country thaa. alt other, d'P'} loiretlier, ILepsw. Low -- Kirby and Morris Streets,
f ability and experience to serve all the people. and anti .... |M L htw roan wa.up_" to IM To the) MmocrstfeYotenolSrhool" Rates to Atlanta and Re-
forever with the Lord. If the not all{ Dlatricl
+ rswwawJ preacher are bryt.un.: tttr a treat many yr doctor* Wo 1. Putnam 4Tounty': turn Tla. A. C. L.
1 Ira locl dle ae and prescribed I hereby announce .. Palatka Florida.
On Ms recent visit to Palatka, Governor Broward eloquent the churches are. With silent sanctity, loeal ntmadlMi, and by eonelamly fal'lng'' tour nomination the oltlci of randhlacy ni ml..r ."Jrrultlaul to- On aunt Wheeler Memorial ,
J with "Inoal tr XBp***. >>....na_ 'Incur ('''Ullt) Wwni 01 Publle InMIFII..Uo.. the_ Marsh Day.
I stated It .. his purpose to make an addrese here before more forcible than all human utterance, they stand .uieo.aIudl.e.r' proven catarrh to b* Islet No.1.auJ rropwuMllr. wllrlt .foe Ulan of 27th, sad Seoood annual reunion

very long explanatory of his position on the Everglades preaching Jesus and the resurrection. aaautlnaJ ...u.11I.tailUiarwfare... II..ll'" Caiarrn requlroa Cure.v>n-, Iport.S [paNt Qrro and wrsrtlbtlw if aeXlX electwl M.lof my.blllfy your enp.. theAtiaotloCoast the aloe and Gray Ito.. M slap 89 sal 99. fIMIOA l lr.nOr -

drainage question. It Ie 1 unquestionably a subject tbatl'eqal1'ee rnsnufactnr**! by r..1. 4'BMH Ohio to the only' ooaMitntlooal, eon OB th* plata OD Its Ilse to
a heap of explanation on the part of the mar_... lataen. Lteralerus ID aoe* from I 10 ,March 141b, IK*, .s.H. ...... Ga..aDd rtllrD .t the f Atlanta H, E. DOUGLASS
Hon. ,V. Hunt Harris of Key West I* looming large drop .... taaapoonfuL Is ._directly on th* To Ikmanne l Voter for the round trip plus rte ( one foe ,
governor. blood sod mac. .._ of taa sya'am.They or School DUtrlctPmnsm I for the .
__ round c.t Osteopathic Physician,
es a. a favorite for president of the next State Senate. Mr. offer on* hundred. dfrilar*tor any caaalt Neat tip, d.t.of .ae
started to llTl" lon Harris of Florida's but who fall to Qurv Sand lor atnuJar. and tatloOt .f Ihmbv.nnnanamyeandWseyform.mber.. 1 "tll day. .ddIUo ad Office, Hwldwee, .aJlb"
A movement ha bean looking a > one strongest men, one 1IJoI.. itr,4.bj.nb .. ....... ... lallml I cr rap .
more Ulana y I dat
of DeSoto county Into three counties. A inaW meeting would probably accomplish more real good for the stateon J.CHiaiT Oft.Toledo,O. 5h .omlag pnaAe.. .u"' ppro." Is aa.rat farther wlontloD -- -

of cltliens last Saturday was unanimous #r division. the floor of the senate than a* Its presiding officer. Sold by ails rmmwUta. prtaa TUB.Take Eo a. Las I:. Jack .tclet agent (i Cmmuolote All Curable Disease, auuaeeslully.4wltboutdrugs ranU/ruisloreoasUpaUoa. Ball .
,April .ua", Jacksonville, 0 .' P. A, Chroulo r.
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I There BlMtertld;; la mils il.. UMBRELLAS. : ; LAPLANDER STYLES.Tbey ...... ].... In Italy. l

T1l1t ${t rr I on the Banter are numerous ungelg pictured<< Have'Cb.n..d On Easter eve the people of all parti European Restaurant t, Get acquainted with
cards but
they are all The Various I 4ooe.... A"r IB /he of
Wlilcb ..
Bator Italy play upon Instruments and
ncuutlly clothed and not XM t VboaMimfl .......
oue of Into 1 1ai
& & dollar tot. ribs and one earner: lu the world Kteuis of an umbrella of Chrlat with the
are Idea
Times are wiiere the --ulvll IH -
fashions of the
exactly an flush as Immorally made lu factories people have cf assuaging her grief for the death of Hot u
they might be, having a remained the and Cold Baths
<< > no yesterday same fur the lust thousand I .
we took
rule. spticlulty of these Items and .. her beloved gnu Italy pays great "
our and killed four are .nt yours The Lapp lady Is uot .
jny bird far concerned At If SMITH'S MAGAZINE '
thence attention to the decoration of the :
our wife to to the real manufacturer.
trim her Here about the
bat latesttoque from
1.) a There I Is just this about with It: These first the wall whose work It. Is to aicmblo ?. Paris nor Is she subject to> that ..oulbllrl'owlnl churches and the Easter decoration In Chas I and! you are strangers we will *ena }
Easter Italy Is probably more elaborate than Kupperbuscji'sPaldtkft. you the magazine three month
trimmings not the fart Inserts a bit of wire / experience, the bargain ,
ago, as Gaster ouly cover the In
tiny other country Ou Easter ova free that
ground but into the small boles counter crumb However you may get acquainted. ;
certainly fill the bill. at the end of the she may
and Fill
Bloomed the young: men women assemble at
We hove been kept very busy of late ribs, draws them together about the properly lay claim to having been the the churches and aid In their decoration tj J SMITH'S a the bignest!' illustrated ",
V white, Wo are miming( an Enster main rod anti puts on the ferrule original bloomer girl, for the nether
in the world
iiillllnury a foliation being served on the magazine 170 ;
pure and stateliest establishment, In In cutting the garment worn by her Is of .
connection with cloth seventy-flve thick- today the
our completion of the plans work. I page of reading matter and picture i
Gleaming! with celestial newspaper, ucmses thereabouts. are arranged( up same design on that worn by her ancestors "THB EAST COAST OP FLORIDAis the size
WIhn'e sold euoutiu Easter on a spllttlnK table at which of a thousand! yean ngo same : page as the; big
lilies skilledOllOl'atol'1I Fair 8m..I..... In Rural Bnsrlitnd PARADISE REGAINED. standard magazines like '
this season to puy off the work In another The slimmer garment of the Laplander Harper'sand ;
War, as If with prayer mortgage' on room are a Egg contents survive In many rural Cantu" '
our muleThu number of girls who operate l humming/ Is usually of coarse woolen. good parts. of Knglnnd. A popular game Is ,
pate with watching by Easter: weather Is so clear and machine A thousand yards of bum- and has something the cut of n shirt that of egg smashing./ Egg are pitted g SMITH'S is made up of die

J Near a garden tomb they beautiful you can nee n bill collector moll<1 goods. 1 Is but a day's work for one with a high collar. Among the sea ugilust each other In a shell breaking LIMITED I ( :>>t PARLOR best of everything-beat dories .j.I.

tow before (It bowed approaching( a quarter of a mile away of these girls. The machines at which Lapps It Is for the most part undyetl. contest, the owner of the egg that PULLMAN'l'I'l1lJ1'idait CAR that cart be obtained beat illuatra"I

Atlauta Constitution, they work are (geared to a high 8pe.<1. Among the other Lapps usually blue, crocks: the, other tnkluf the spoils home tions that clever artists' draw
sometimes can ,
After green or brown and even (f
hemming the cloth Is cut tutu lu a bucket for an omelet. In Norlhul1JIJel'l.mll and the best
special articles
Origin of the Hauler EeC triangular pieces with a knife, us be- black smock frocks" have been seen : If n Linn asks u woman for y. written 1 1SM3 ; I
The custom fore, but Bound the tvalstbuuda, along the by writers who know their'aubject
of Easter egg. Is one of with a pattern laid upon tbu / an ega011 latter uud Is refused be I
nnclont origin being derived from the cloth The next operation Is the sew seam In the back and on the edges this way take off her shoes and keep them Reaching the Famou. Resorts, thoroughly and write as entertainingly I,
Greeks and Rowan, who employed lug of tho triangular pieces together by suioclt is ornamented with strips of until she n If as they are instructive. '
pnys penalty. a moo refiiM ST. AUGUSTINE ORMOND :
i-Kga, uuu uiiuouuceuiy colored lI111chhlel'1'. red and yellow cloth Under thin garment ?> ... SMITH'S
fitfgs n the ealr In n w'nnnnxha Bnnt 4 alto! prim every month a 4
as accessories for their pagan festi The cover, and thu frames ore now Is a almllur one cither plain or awny bin cap' nod\ holds It:-for redemp; DAYTONA, ROCKLEDCE cora or more prettyjoresits. in colon, of t
vals. At any rate inimical powers ready to !Ito brought together lu all figured, worn next to the body;'for the tion by a money forfeit. PALM BEACH MIAMI. beautiful worn,. Taken all In all there 4
have always been ascribed to eggn In lliore are twuiity-one plucun where thecover Lapp never wants linen underclothing. ii no baiter magazine dice\ SMITH'S- .J
limes gone by and 1 III to The trousers are of white woolen in fact none nearly I u good no maun .
Cesurlus von IIclsterbnch be attached to the frame In III..... E.... a. Lovo Tokonv. i
who goods, rather narrow and reaching to A Sea from Miami what the cue .
wrote la the middle ages, the average umbrella lu some old countries Easter eglf'were Short, Trip
tells many stories of bewltflieil egg. Tlio handle In uextllued/ ou, und tho the. ankles, where. thuy are tied luslde !believed to liave peculiar properties by Steamer to 4 Write rorhy. A pall! will do. ...j

They were said to be able to fly of umbrella In. ready fur pietmiis anti In the shoes with long slender shoestrings. ,'and a walden could awaken love NASSAU N. P. A-Mrew Dept F, Smith' Magazine,
Over these drawers ,
1 ; their own accord toward the sun and a spection. ry far the greater number" I are usually'wornleggings In n man's heart by sending him an Seventh! Avenue,New, York City ':
certain celebrated egg won believed to of umbrellas tuiluy aio equipped, 1 with of thlo tanned skins, reaching elm which she had got on Maundy KEY WEST, FLA.,
have been laid by a rabbit which egg wooden bundle,). A hil'tfi; variety vtiiiiiterlnlii from the ankles to.the knee,. Thursday and boiled on Easter HAVANA CUBA. f Pi
whun Stockings the Lapp never wear Hefills 9A'4117tr7ML' \
ImtcIiiKl produced n basilisk. tummy 1 bo iiKeil. however, such eve--
the --
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us horn, 'I
china bonu agate, jieurl. with n sort of which 1 SEND FOR L.iVLM"' BOOKLET
grass gathered
All Appropriate. lire.. Ivory Kllver uud gold Oold mid Hllver. >,
V gooalel"t Hasty In slimmer anti beaten to make It soft Women as Well as Men Are r Made
or unwise selection of byinus 'quite) nntiirully, enter into the roimtruc and J.K.pAklOTrl'eln't: ,, and Gin'l M'i'r, i I
1 has caned more thou one minister serious tlou of the more expeiiHlvo Ki'Ult, of pliable. The winter costume only Miserable by Kidney and J.f.BSiKWIT.I, Trullla Kanagtr, r :
mortification. A minister In an umbrellas' Home of wlilUi, In differs from that worn la! summer In i I J. D. HAHNER, 'Asi'l ttn'l Pub A....'. L tar s.,
prluo a
eastern I that every piece Is made of reindeer' n. AUGUn'NI, ,La.Mr .M
hud '
city rliurgo of the Ens torprogramme Imvo beau known to bring n, high na skin with the hair Bladder Trouble.
In the Sunday school $150[) or $aoo.: A .. I
'(' Ench of Lila \vooilc<1 linudlo tummy The dress of the women, differs very Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, I
child present was to re- likewise be exveiiHlvo, ilepeintllin I1I'OUth" tliocourIlKesaollleo."ussmbition; beauty _. .
slightly that worn by the men. :
uu Raster and when ( _- ,-_- _, :1
egg It came quality of the wood u-iiil. Ebony The smock vigor and cheerfulness "
Is somewhat
longer and Is
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for this pnrt of the neti-IUed 1 wood 111', onk soon disappear
elder areas I
made without
big standing collar.Instead .
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minister rose and said well I when the kidneysareout t
: known to the umbrella .

"We.Cheerful! will now Lay.slug,' 'Awnke after which, My Saul the a who year ninuufucturo, 15OUO.MX: ( umbrellas nun I!; and worn often about of which silver the neck.a ornamented kerchief To the or woven cap girdle Is K' Kidney of. order trouble or diseased. has- Business Man: | Study at Home.'i.

eggs will be distributed."-Lip* The umbrella ha. been Don't know that trillnyouriiMir): .tfineof**-ntneiffentiira' better
developing/ hang n knife, Bclosor ,,key, needle and I become so prevalent you < rtucAilun ,:nd InpNNill conaiiTun fa lift., If
rapidly during tile hint four year,. I IWo ,, 4-$-... .....,._. ThA--- -AnwA. -_ nnVAP'n_. .'._.. ,.le_ one"V' ,v.nlv_." that it in not uiiconi- your letterheads: nnd other mil Horn learn*mure ftiutly' ,yuu Ltttoni c n urn you root ned*. Dot With! th*.*bat UI at I Ior
pick up even n cheap one 1 / \!\ eon for a child to be lwytn nt to tarn Bmikkeoptnir. Arithmetic 1A
nowa different In the two sexes but also nt.:: :: ,
is .
\J Allevlnflnir -y atln.'rti"- >
Clraainatance. stationery ;
=- i nn as. iorlt.
days, | born afflicted with Llia.nluMT
It distressed press a button and the top differs according to the locality. AIy'6nSoaY, YeI Ujr>|rv, ,
Ml : 'u;
s Willing to Oud sprondo< Itst-lf like weak kidney If the ment for hll"iIlI'H I IWell Science* Lthi,etc. I>SO lNnM ttMMMtalfr
\ much the nn eagle ready for your meal t>r..". T.......aided to pM.xwoioatoHOM. '
little girls In her Sun child urinates too often, if the urine. scalds .
Its Ten noi
flight Wu
school class thought about diess ordinary iiinbrelln are Is going. away and an I INDIAN PROVERBS. the flesh,or if, when the child reaches an it fpi'tiiinly P." Addrw .f'i': .\:ES.iYa.tayrlwlda.: 'J.,
outward adorning She never lust too long to put In age when it should be able to control the If it in cheap stationery
TOtJCIIKD TUB SWEET: TUB our grip.'e find
swung our assortment I it in afflicted with bud-wet.
opportunity to tell them how The coward shoots with shut eyes. passage, yet .
slight Covered with ---- ---- ----
the Importance of such things, of umbrellas anti pnrusolu' one Small things talk loud to the Indian's ting depend upon it, thecauue" ofthediffii i i clump print ;
for the angels' silent "The reason I didn't come last Sim- which Is meant for just such nn enter culty ia kidney trouble, and the first ins, the man to whom you < I .
Hs they eoftly waited gi'Ui-y and which In u most nccouiuiodutliig eye.The step should 1 be towards the treatment of 1
wan because will i Delicious
write have the idea
my coat wasn't flu- folds paleface's arm Is longer than Ills these important organs. This unpleasant ;
Couched the sweet, the I ," dull 1 small Mary Totter manner up to suit the size word. diseased condition of
oue aC trouble Is due to a that do Las-
oar: traveling a cheap
: : bag. Other new you
Lovingly, with tender I )' when questioned as to her non- luck with a key. Some oues When a fox walks. lame old rabbit.1umpa the kidneys and bladder and not to a I Bon Bons :
II spread theirshade iness.
the week before, ".Iy old habit as most people suppose. i
I bud over eight or nine feet, of territory Women well as men are made miserable
as and
spots on it that order with
wouldn't .
Try an
come A us.We
While the world In solemn I and manufacturers aver that squaw's tongue runs taster than with kidney and bladder trouble,
and a place where the
matched the coming of through." these are but a few of tbo Improvements the wind's legs. and both need the same great remedy. will give you the GOOD Chocolates .

Of that first, that ancient I "But Mary, dear," said the teacher can Inventor.which we muy eXllct-Awerl- There Is .nothing tall. so eloquent as arattlesuoke' The Swamp-Root mild and is the soon immediate realized.< <1 effect It is sold of (sort, of( paper and printing. '

When the etone waa I "you know It's not the outside The Indian scalps his enemy; the by druggists, in fifty- *""*""" Write for price list All Home-Matte Candies.

really matters""Yen'm mid one-dollar '. ,_
cent "
palefaco skins his friends. Something addedevery
Hnd when morning dawned i I know" said little Mary POINTED PARAGRAPHS.Of Before the size bottle You may :l 'I"H new
paleface there THENEWS
Miss Willing, mother had ripped have a sample bottle day.
Hnd on earth Its glory .. lining out so there wasn't any In- all tho words In the English language no i>olson In the Indian's corn. by mail. free, also a B.....of swamp-Bool,
pealed the lily bells (fn .. to look at!"-Youth's Companion. "don't tell" are paid the least There will be hungry palefaces so pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, L. A. SMITH
"Christ (s risen from intention. long as there. Is any Indian land to including many of the thousands of testi I
Good Luck The only trouble with experience asa swallow nionial. letters received from sufferers Lemon St., Palutka.WAKTKD .
cured. In Dr. Kilmer & Co. Superior PrintingFor
Mrs. McCnll- Mrs. Qassaway at teacher" 1 Is that tho knowledge she When a man prays oue day aud writing j
N. Y. be and mention
Binxhnmton, sure
. gives homes too lute steals six the. Great Spirit thunders and All
The ? The Servant-Faith, she Is not this paper. Don't make any mistake, Purposes. ; ; :
"Whnt be but ye'd best The trouble with the tho evil one laughs. ": A mp'ien-ln {
you buryln' your (great luck average father but remember the name, Swamp-Root "
forr1 yer card an' skedaddle away, fur !being! prepared for n rainy day Is. that There are three things It takes a Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. and the addiess PALATKA, FLORIDA. and live nn take Ol'a1\Kelrove. do good work
"To ', Ills daughter's strong man to hold- young warrior Binghamton N: Y., on Rome rcBponRlblllty.
grow some more. Ilko to be In anny minute now- wedding dny gets him every experience and references. S. O.
never hoar of n fan/ plant, Ledger. ilrst. a wild horse and u handsome squaw. bottle. WARNER, I'alntkii, }o'II880tr i

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; resuming his 8 at "'rOIl.ee; lain. SherifFs Sale.In Call for County Democratic ''j J

/ to have the church decorated ic- 1 ALPINE Circuit (Court, Foul b Judicial Circuit Prlmari

Easter, but the ladles of my con lu and rot Bt. .) Florida. May 15 1906

A tW\ 1t CCy Iln assure me that such a thing/ Thesis Dovdlr .. I E.a,Painter Pert IHior oopon,)) ,
& & nyfl i starto br COI'ponlol Et. I.OBO. Vnd..te Cull Mad for a Prlmara ..
utterly Impossible. I have come to 1 fn r The State *
There JJeinoorallo KxoiUv.7
ore many; ,Oloorlfe.liv .
: mrrtmy9 It ?" I [Orlllnal.] tIrt' ill ,""VI enuiiiod .UU. first primary. on May 16. 19w eo'raLlo
creepingvariety, the mr",1 ', hut' tli n
) OOrr&\wctrm\ ) Tbe old woman looked from one to and others. When the : a lottery," Duncan re 1"'rIIM I", have l ittit is'latl ti,7 1 upon JI"I".fl) fiwin5[ mi yxi'otitivui I committee' of ., II.
other with sudden In her friend Lee as they sat In county luirnby Usu Its Ilt
: a yearning/ the Illimitable snow .,,' '/ la'ori'tY" : 1)111",1 '11 tut'u't furninl, .,
Then a soft flush began to steal after dinner. hOISt S iOUL ? olsu I primary election to bo hold \ "'
begin to move the N Vcom '/:,tiii I uw>4 of nw Yi on hay\ "
: her face. i senten- XT i"M.. I.. ",.t. 11100) la each .1 precinct ? ,
replied Lee i w. ) cOltalltll U U gathers weight' and / 10 allow 11
By FRANK H. SWEET "It Isn't easy; to decorate without hales ':,oi'o or lass. h.r.ul" county ),' (' 5rS"I
_. UB great feature of tho Roman enormous rock oil unl luI'uet I. tile pI'OpUEiY lllarl"y, their chol.-e. for thn foiinli t"
I to decorate with," she said I J will 'eli Liii' t express
/ T Easter Is the pontifical high tons of toll, until Why not always ueu'5O. Uul""lun' tliu uont, door 81"tim National. State ansi Outt.T, onicorj to'i'?!
.1 ICepyrlsTht. 1901. by 1'. C. McClure.] "In the city we used to ""hl" .', Oount.v, voted for the b'
mass In St. Peter's attended nolsi Ilk* thunder, it cases where the luck I' H ou., lit 'luLls. l'I'IUI at Kovembur loilm-! -
and Easter lilies and no leiiilliourii I wil) on
palms "
NEW minister had come by thousands of of ev- on the level floor of a are more 1 Representative In
persons pronounc MAY, Congri-as. .
and delicate things to HOC
of ferns THK IIIH'I'MU11AYIN <""1
A slow moving out of the cry nationality and every walk In life fensetoss villages may tlinMiimtlxiInK, ,. month Congressional .

: Spruce Hill, and with his coming with. !The great temple on this occasion, A great avalanche ti, t hlKlitiHi' ,IIIHI IKM.I M.I.I.T. r"rn li siitlininii \JuntlcoK of the Hupremo Court.
had appeared a spirit "But minister.there are"I tbe notice woods lots, suggested of pretty decorated with a wealth of flowers Invisible forerunner was a good deal of niiS I dollver wilt'\ IHIIIIK totli Hindu,, ptrciiuM.r I Will::, takeexaOuts or |>ur-- I Ralr"d Commissioners.

: change and Improvement. lie and greens and filled with brilliant live at Itself. This Is "I umiMM-n n Moed i&il, surnrom1t.v .' heed l t sikt1ur'Iueer Attorney, Eighth Juilleluil, ) Clr.I .

i fresh from lila theological course on my walks. robes and uniforms, Is a triumph of cane caused by the ., then 8toppe or punitiiiwirs laylll OUlbsa

eager with youth and love for 'Yes' the woods are beautiful around beauty and splendor is no common sight ;you a bit of confi 0' ilk' HOW E*.-.,Bhortff, State tonal "enator. Tw.nly-slxth Bee
I notice them from R i
In the spring. Flu.Sheriff's
work. Hitherto the church bad la tribune at aide of uprooted, broken Putnun Uouiity.
a draped one Members of the Houan
kitchen windows, and sometimes that I*. FOWIKH.IMlllnllfTM of Be i
like to telephone preesu.
to Spruce Hill a place of ..olemnlty.onlT the main altar are the boughs wrenched Id AUoillliy.Executor'. 11.51-It tatlves.

to be Tl lulled at required "any one Is up I take short ministers and other ambus8adors. leaves all needles You have a phone, -- ,---- ----- 1 County Assessor of Talon. 'I
.. Her hands still trem
and as a duty. Now, under tile ministrations were diplomatic corps accredited to the holy the and the ] Sole.In 1 Collector. I
2 of this young !&eo lot. It gradually ., but Into ber face was coming an see, ablaze with decorations and colored trout a larch forest ." said Leo SnOIJ !.bly. 1 County Tn'aKurel I
which :Mrs. Perry remem Dun- fin, 'nit (I'ourl Fourth Ju.lunIOlrcult.;
( came to them that duty could ribbons, throughout the lancbe Itself has I doesn't nltor. Joh,Its Uoaat).. 1 8u""rvllor n"lltraLon. '
to her old whl. Btck in nuil i for
to have belonged days. mystified at his > B County l'
approached from many directions church and on Swiss guards Is on still days Painter ,
square E. O.
'Da' you mean for me to take charge I "Go on with your F.'tl."rCOIPQn7.! 3 Members ol the County Biiitnl
not all of them were necessarily and other papal soldiers are stationed.At will hardly a ?''
the decorating? she asked. v. Publlo .
and narrow. 10 o'clock the order to present armsIs that the danger Is Mldtliftuii mid, Clcoriin (1.'l.l'IKIt IOalroloa
Among other innovations were 'Yes, but of course with plenty; of The Swiss guards raise their has been falling & married late In life I ('UIIB.A. !;: :: : I Justice several Pene In and, for Uu'.
.Ivn. i-iei-ullun, Ivsuud out otn.
ol district.I
Baster sermon and church decoration.The balberts high In front of them as the several days and baa I met one evening at a Ih'vlrtll.d t an In niiov ,,ILlSIL'iIII,5 for the
p new minister made the announcement He turned hastily; and glanced bend of the procession moves Into the itous slopes above the Snckctt-May Snck- >b"'IIM, llh'cll c"u"'h, 01"(luv ol Jiiiiiinry,A. D., two, On thle. .ld Severn! Ola
the window. Something rap -who hove 'IvvHHl upon tho follo -
one Thursday evening after prayer churCh Marching In front is a platoon manse depth. It needs yours old, m"'lniiu dh"'o., ,.I.IOIHTIV l>lnu Inl helni I Member National conimliieo.
meeting and added that he In the expression on tbe old wo of soldiers Then follow the and almost kindly. She seemed as In" .Counly. F to-" nn'tl
various Ilnal 10111 Ou >n [Is or l"rml
", by I u
face made him lose command of If I !, w ft "' *'o. h.Couutf -
all would be present and that the ladles officials of the pope's household It In inotloa. Had the > my society os _... lu 4,M. RUIIHI-.I"'C.. 0.S I acres >. "'. "> lets; KUetuilvt.coiumltirx that tr.
of I
of tbe church would arrange for a moment. In clerical attire-priests of different ing/ 'It would never man. Indeed, she re- a> ihouiovvru: Ut .,,'IlitS: A. Mlddleton: ,nt, the County Board of Publlo tel Inttruc-lon' :
: :
"Well, I shall need help In gathering a-iulniit. I vlll ell I the niinio, at public -
want boys
any and mi mbp# of the
a tasteful and appropriate decoration. ecclesiastical grades, beads of monastic such depths, but lion, in I the lionl the Ooiii i Jo..t1'.I"tkl Hoard, Cf
After service the women stood decorations, she was saying/ as he orders, mitered abbots and monks. down In lesser preferred men. That Iulnll dorul C''Ult)' 110111. btw.n County toiumUeioui-rfc b uumlnoted '

I' irresolutely looking at each other back. "There will be things to :Now the sovereign pontiff appears, days tbe at homo at once, and I the hKiil 01.,1.el'iii. by tbe voters of their respective dl.I I

blank, questioning faces. and bring home and boxes and seated on a throne which Is carried bin team; postlon ;young lady till she left KIKHr MONDAY IN JIAY.A.l..IIJ., trlc .
for the ill,'miine Iwlim ilnr or Ilm.h. majority vote la ,
to build banking. ;
"I guess you'll have to excuse me up high above tho heads of every ono by for slamming the ke<1 permission to call, iS the lilulit'Kt, thllh. lilililt-r lur t'IMI., selseti 'P'"I'llo Inn
111 1 of Mnd
bushes the creek any
are some along <1 lui-li uiln' ,niiiilu, I will ,vxeinluaml I.at.
Mr. Kent, one of them said at servants of the Vatican clad in 8car'let mous avalanches cordlnly. upon U. A second
I fix to look much tKtll\er Hitiiurihiiner or purvltnavraa la held' i
can up very mother
silk and bearing the platform onwhich Switzerland merely by / Ih..l gtxid anil nufttiluiit deed to iild June ]2. 19U6 ta select such ciiudldattiius
p palms at a little distance, and that the pope's chair rests upon their the "Vlsl," the the mother very In "'' '')', puri-liam-r or iiurcliaiiers p.ylll are not th first
tbe will make o "" .o'elel. prImary
below "
moss ledge shoulders. Beside the throne walk service A bird we talked together a U.O.HOWICI.L.BIerltr. 3. That th. prcll t moetlnus Shall

beautiful bank on which we can ar high dignitaries of the papal court, log from a rock-and Jhlo1uJblc subjects, but l'UIUlllloll"II.lNn. ( be hold at 10 k a. m. turst'8UOK'
tbe white flowers which P. FOWLKII.Plaintiff's .
early holding In their raised hands huge gins Ills downward satisfy the desires )'. ..rt memberof the executive commlttoo ID
beginning to bloom on the bill- white bunches of ostrich plumes, which sometimes try to I often wished to cut AI"r.I country r.olnctp. The primary BleeUim
<1e.. But there" breaking Into a low, The / In order to do a shall be hell f oru 8 o'clock m. until
they wave gently to and tro. leaches at an 4cle. I
laugh, which apparently fright with the I auntioeii and the precinct mo-tlnga at 7
pontiff Is attired in his toga being daughter.
for she and whie. firing off guns or / I In lii'ivliy Klvi-n' tliut, In tiursulutIce p. m In he city of unil
her stopped suddenly to I al"lk.
I made love her
of a soft clings to Woman's Home NOTU'K:\ ;, :: : : till lllHtIII l'al"lk
tvrlllH Stilt provisiuhls Heights select
about in a scared tremulous the body, Upon his bend be wears the plunge, Into that sort of i WI mill Ivntmiiimt, ul itt Intx B. t commlttd-uini.,".

: I of way. "I was only going/ to emblem of his power the glitteringtiara. so much ;younger than I K:hli-li: lin> bet-it duly: prolmttul: ,,, ul nturI for JInll..lc.ol.h.'uUuyJu.IM.ln three. Theotl..r.of the a clerk eeotun .hul'.
LOOSE etr.
she went on deprecatingly "that As he passes through the throng i tbat all the while we UOUI'Y. "all r.lln' receive $ .: per day. bhonld rlthrtppieoo
haven't seen the church yet. I ought together. <*d KxuvuturAur'; Hlid .11. un the
of people he bestows the appointed full to "|'pnnr at the
go there first and look around." upon all present, his uplifted beue.Uctol right arm .om.tme.Nervous Th jr .r.. I worked up to an Ttll DAY (I MAY, A. !>., 1UW polls lo perform him <1 I I h's for lltleonmluutPS
S "Of We will take there I the l'al| h.un.c>r susIe on thlt dlY,
course. you of continuously Miss Sackett would lulll after the time tn the
making the sign the cross He honest or opim Ihol
afternoon," volunteered the minis- while his lips pronounce the I could was have an accused toy approaches us Itkl. "Ir.lt 10'1'cuur,.hul.1. O..I.t I.r ,.hli" ,Ilt.1'0) Insptrb-r or Inspectors present thai fill

beaming words of The .' a fort by zigzags, ::* ) bkliliMfor: : : : i he vacancy from the byaISnllr. In.vldod .
grant pious ,
itf pelce. peo- with a sound molar HID lou ott I limIt dust'rlle'tI liimlH, Mluiiitt* upurlIII candidate .
"And you can have my borne an' ple receive this benediction kneeling to propose when I was 11(11, bounty) mill, 11 imrt Iii HI'III.rl no b.au Ini-pt-clor.
every afternoon It you like" needed attention. by the company to I 011" ii purl In Olii' } l'oUlh', I. II. 1 Those, and only thoFipii8onsehali
ly gowned 01 KlorltlulowltlLniulM ba
woman to become
(.rwIU.d bffore
Mrs. Perry warmly. "Then there on a work which I was In Countyi\ -
I my boy Tommy; you con have him him and complained or tt'FUlll1<, p. H,runic' It. an iioroi or t vote at or partlilialu|, In tbe
In several :
getting loose and she years. I.tt.. MM corlli-r, ::1 or lIe l.,, mid 17 livivii of roiiDRgonn-nt of any piiiuniy/ olwtlou
drive ;you an' to do your gatberin' would lose them he at 0 o'clock In tbe of IiS.l,, IKU- : H, riintfu tfr. held by the Dfinocratlii party In Florida.
; 'j
; "
Hftln'. .uml* I In rliiv \Itt
: advice and charged directed at the same '.or the *-H.) "I ii of tIt, part of who are chits. Itaruocrutlu el'ctr who
The old woman' face was now abso though It was worth to sail at noou. I' II,'Ihu. .,..ul..I I IYIkii ..t.I.I. rUI ot thet'iStiI'i'I d.eluro their aaherouce to tho prllellle
radiant."It ', holme Imim-h, I .. ', tp. ttrnnittf and oigtatIzation uf the DemoorHtlo
had been
t I not more :
: \
"There Is nothing v4,luiiuiliilntf, ,tiuncr ii ,,, or IVM.:
will be beautiful she murmur matter with teeth my love affair, for If -1 lit) ,,, .11 I H'.IUI..UIUII.Y.' vimHilil party-.U.nal. state Rnd county-.ho
: "like tbe world seemed when I was your \' taken a bride wltb ...,"t.11 IU', ".tv, 1'lnlllll are by the laws of the state luwlul electors
one Is as sound as a to Hit* ..(I"'ul K. H. ] .H, of the election district In vrhlc'
.. She not thlufelng of the a they
was / I felt that If I left I.OIH i l.aa.<,.rMiinil IriiHitdiintl It, llliu'k
. now but of the beautiful you iKiould consult a It would never come to 1.l I In .jot il,,,. Ailtl I lo town oimnrku: ,.t' .. in,tp. offer t vote, who have paid their poll
of ti Evidently you have ,, rIIM., 'tt. J,ute 'lAiinil in, UlkXIii taxes legally due not ICe thAI ten days)
not being forgotten. "Qod is 1"'WIII
was Impossible to see or HturkH,a4.Mm.lp.tl,
_ great deal lately. I'm"1 before such primary election Is held and
to have remembered lov itt II, tow or Hturko, .
me so n tun
clue lived In a suburb Ilk Y
." The woman .a. runma. luunil' K by K. It., H l who shall when challenged liy an elector
Her sister Lad been away. There was but W t_.: : .II.I' :l lty irv.'l. N liy : pledge In writing upon oath before iu

"I'" BBCKQ THB UINISTKB." The minister gazed at her a mo bad been I could speak to ber Muu.in '.., .,.U.I. tp. inspector his honor to abide hy and sup

then turned again to the win eompeled. : W14o( u"lulo".I., I''. out port the result of kuch primary and veto
"Quit It t-orm-r, HI-U. 4. tp. riiiiKtt iicna.jiii'rtNtu
bluntly. "I ain't got any flowers "There will be no failure In the 1110/8 you walked back and forth | the "'voriuior .t>'/. orihv test for the nominees thereof Demon
besides, I don't know anything decoration" be remarked to teeth, commanded und: 4 HIMIn' tiw ctirnt-ror, tin uIc', or tuj who will become of at the tim ofelection
decoratln'." you should put ; and then again seat a. >. all In IK-IS ill. Ip. u. raliH. if* oiiL-ntn., agt
1'8. Perry. And CPUS'ouch Milt hftiig nindt, w Nhalltxit.iittt shall be allowed to votn nt saidprimaries
"Nor ma" Nor me," "Nor me" :Nor was there, nor In the beautiful of a pbyslclau. In aiul ( ,'lv.r'"ttii "u..I..r.or pur- .

_.. In rapid succession and In evident e"J that bad come to the little old eases the outward thing love to tell a girl by ..hl..r.I.llld,, .llh'I.IL, .llly iUtHl 6. The inspectors shall keep a polllist
but what
, hat from the other women. During the decorating she ing of the gums. you her JOHN W. OMHHON, of all persons voting awl<1 releimsame

time yet for flowers to bloom." like a different creature. When failing sign pr'J knew that If I didn't do A. I.TlVNHHN, 11, with the ballots CRt, to the secretary

"Can't we find a few callus and was all over the minister went to lose their teeth again, after colh11. -.-I. ;'''UtOI'. or mud Will. of the committee, on or beforit. 11i'thoek

the gums on account up to ask a a. m. ou Thuisdny, liny 17,
ter lilies and narcissuses and J 9
and both her
Impulsively grasped :
some other white flowers asked uric acid In the than I to marry me. I Order. : For Publication.u icon. At the close of Uo polls Ih'J

'. minister with less confidence In plenty of water the box, shut tbe the, Circuit, ('0'"t. Eighth' Judicial' shall publicly count the ballots cast and
"I cannot tell bow much
you you appear. I have had I could and began my Ch'oul. PUlfaU County } In ao.ounoe.h.I resul and shall make dup
voice. \' helped me," he said earnestly. 4.1118 'Iurll. Itrate cerllfl aLes of 'Ihe result, UI" olwlilrh
calling D. A fine
whom I have cured Chau.U) '
"All the houses in the lIel
decoration ha, been a perfect shall be retained by the clerk soil
can't scare up white posies enough ., and it is all owing to you. them to drink plenty l'roJoBnl., wasn't It? \Iiuy CanU, :..nl'llhHII.| B11)) for the other delivered to the membra of the

buttonhole declared "Tbe gums are ns to } executive committee who shall la
a bouquet there Is another thing I wish to Dlvo"! pnreon
woman aggressively. "As for about My housekeeper Is about of the general health whlt was said on both n'rJ Cait3, ,'mul.nt. UlHer same to the secretary of the

an' gums bleed say that when I came by flMavlt sppetnlid lo committee; and la case of the Inabilityof
lilies, I ain't never seen one, leave, and I need some one to take !
something the matter telephone I had the 1'11 Hint tile abovn staled cause the comuittteeman to deliver said re>
cissus I ain't beard of. The l< pro
even place. Will you come and look ,
that Hi-urj ((.Viuy the ilffcudtut therein Im the
The trouble is for a luins shall appoint one nl msi-ai-
decoratln' whole church this arralgo
0' a the parsonage-and me, too, for nmuwl In io'n-Lnsldctt
a of the State ol tin
local A good tonic and my wife ers as his proxy, who .ball serve on
o1 year! matter? Florida, stud that be Is a resident of Au- executive committee on the. 01
their foot and this on the next steamer
"I've beard Mis' Bray speak o' So the beautiful thing which had until In the buu of Georgia ; that be Is the aud In case the comiultter-
of In only her week
exercise to rlurns.
cissus" said a woman to her was not of a day, but was plenty gave a oft the age ul twenty.oue )&rand man not present at the election oneol
ran font B&Hasraa THE WOULD .
"she that was tbe florists wife last through all the remainder of sto|) the bleeding/ of As to a trousseau, I that ther.ls no rer" In the Slate ol the manugois shall bring such rfturns,

know. An", come to think, she's years. hit when the pope has passed they rise York Press. for my bride to join Florida upon whoiri i he service of Hilt 'tbat In all cases where a vote is ihillengedi -

a master band at this decoratln' and cheer him, waving their hats and <1 not consent t her panIc would |1.1|ud such Defendant; It the manbgers shall decIde a M

-... ness. She has spoke o' seeln' big/ handkerchiefs.Tbe Att Egyptian Before I sailed I t..r.lor.ordered that Bald nou-renldi-nt same, and I said vote shall be refused,

_' churches filled with flowers." 'b. Prtao ot Life high mass following upon the Every eountr has the ceremony by Ui-fvndubt be and he Is hereby)' rrqulred the party 8 offering, to vote shall liar

i "Who Is Mrs. Bray" asked the The larger part of the great t fortunes grand entry Is conducted with all the cacies, an< Egypt Is lady did the same the to ap| oar to the itt 1 of Complaint lo the rIght to appeal to the executir'committee

ister quickly. "Perhaps she can this country have been accumulated pomp and circumstance the church of bob The kabob Is of sailing out on to 7th In suld cause ou or before Monday, and If allowed to bn cost, tht
their have passed forty I day of May, A. D., 11.6. otherwise party challenging the same shall have
amassers festive
with this. Curious I have Rome bas at command for occasions. Is In embarked on the the
out Irle a
me ) of said
. the first of maa's al"IIInB tak"na slmlllar right of appeal, In all call
fact forty a alI
heard of her before." years After church Is over the popeIs to really funny. I was happy as a cUIII.a.d said defendant. where Is male the ill*
lira the preparatory years, the carried back to his residence with little such an appeal
a charcoal / It is further
"Folk.IIQrt ordered
"Oh, I don't know, dryly. that this Order put,, ballot shall, without examination,
o' die away from the world of training and discipline. A the same ceremonies that marked his like that In use by days after arriving at be published once a week for Five con be a tail tin

they go Into the poorbouse. Mis' part of this time he Is laying the entr. be keeps up a small be Joined by my blus. stout ve weeks In the Palatka News, a namo s8.ledln of the person separate offering envelope to vole l together

husband was for gettln on, so he -just getting ready to rear paschal celebrations In tile Eternal tached to the side of each day .emed a uew papi published In Bald county andstate. wltb tbe objections offered there

to the city an' learned the superstructure. Many of us stum City In the times when the pope lot of Iron skewers. t the ship I wanted to to. endorsed thereon and returned t

trade. For a time he done well; around many years before we get reigned supremo over the seven bills approaches, the In the harbor, and I Wltniss my hand ala cmcal8eal this tbe OI 01 t.ee with the other bolioii

,' his business broke an' he died. the right place and then for n<1<1I- and "blessed the world from the loggia piece of meat, mutton the dock. The vessel the Seal!2 Hlh day of March !!>() and returns for flnl decision.

: Ills wife come back here an' lived years we make many mistakes. of St. Peter's on Easter morn" were ter being the most : tender the pas ( ) JOSEPH PRICE Said .. shall be by balinUfurnished
Clerk Circuit
men do not get wise until they Court this committee oontaluM
what little she had. After that more Impressive than those of today."I a sharp knife Into a saw my I. COXE, voted for
nothln' but tho poorhouse." passed forty. They may get witnessed this spectacle in 1800, It around the skewer ascend tbe gang plank Holloltor for the name of all persons to ba !
was <"
"Well, we will find her" <1le before this, but not much when, I was a boy; ," says a widely on the charcoal fire roe, smiling and Complainant the who committee furnish their ou or names bofon to B.crrtll April ,
Wisdom Is
a ripening proc traveled American "but its grandeur plugs are collected
"Will you go with me, Mrs. Perry .:Xlt'utor's Notice. 1900 The returns of said el. ullun shall
It takes time. Every man makes
I don't mind If I dO Is still fresh In my mind. I rememberthat salt and spice, make Buckettr I exclaimed be committee 'ihurt-
canvassed this
"Why, yes; To whom It by
own dead line. Some reach It at may concern i
Peter'splace for the kabob when
Cynthia Bray was as much of a our party repaired to St. you were'- 1-Ix' monbbsafuer Ihedate I day, May 17, )\ at I o'clock p B
at wm
some at forty some fifty; 1.,1 pt-s.
a. anybody round." at daybreak. The Immense 'Have you forgotten ceii my Boid i.coounl and to lhAilndiiliitiahir 8. The secretary of the cOlmlt

The next afternoon the do not reach It at eighty; some square was thronged with a dense .. Ghost Lee' : Cotuly etI IA". b.Jule...iwio or,,PUIam, cCu". h"boriia. and shall send to the executive ,
hal the
buckboard stopped in front of reach It because they never cease mass of natives, exchanging voluble ,A London daily i It all flushed through : ",flhlOfl Of: Ii,. 'rm. 0. ''rle. a"mlnl.,aeai. man for tech precInct In due time, tailors
le .-Success Magazine. and who like our A the I hi., Ilacember",A. U. 0 oil Hats anil certillcnteio[
poorhouse, and he and :Mrs. & grectngs. strangers ghost story. man / telephone I Lad: mis I blank I sniiii
selves wa t'hell the Incidents of the a northbound train '. for the daughter's of the W.I't. A.3.IIECTOII:U, Tuer, said commltellal
alighted. I ,
In answer to their knock a hard Tl. Cboosro of Word.A verbal day with tho Impatience born of ex posite him was a <1 my mother-In-law. '._0. time deliver them to Inspectors Cnndidawt
remarkable Instance of deg- of opening same.
pectancy. The greater part of the papal only companion. -
tured woman came to the door. tever i .\ 1-allnM shall
rhlmKO the
Is the word "slave. orig BI.-b wfleede] wishing on
"Mis: Bray" she repeated. the Russian "slava." It glori army wan drawn up In the center.The Darby no word forth the picture of dis ottlt-r fr thin' ,, .1.,iant man.irer'linin or won mail,., : pay to the tb.11 secretary naw8 of this conimltw

Aunt Cynthia, as we call her Is a being etymologically akin to the regiments bad donned their moat train drew out of ; Ice "",0/"y"Slofl'"t' -n'l ",'"IBlnln.'territory, Hatery adltcd. by noon of April Stt, 116. the followlnl
showy the standards antly "Good me for ( t nlon. routytare. ,
Dun. tnt pteset are
worker so we keep her in the word and lulfol'ms. oIl lne. years : It'rmanslnt. sums: Officers
"glory, was proud- .o bfl'5lmtor, ,
_. 1 don't s'pose she's bad a visitor af taken their name by the Slavonic struggled bravely with the morning stranger presently, "and I .Im.,o".hl., 0 nt.eulorlece. for rohIs-mi. lIps.-. $2,); offloers whose terms are I'
In five years. Wont you come in?" Germans breeze. Presently dui>p silence settled bad lino. I was kied beal witness that there's ( ,"nc et-ioee t'If-stdra.eI. eflrehi.ian cccc Je.. MS; member of the Lou lsIBtUr
when the
They entered. Five minutes paB..... ; hosts But of the Slavs to servitude re over the Immenxe assemblage Plo ago." _ about me. If my wife "" :!resu.wr. t:Llk..I. chlc' Bo111.; aud Huporvlsor of Rpllstr"UoD. upeiises '
all minor otnaes $1
then a little old woman with a :Nono followed by u retinue of magnificently for me I would never ; ;
from malice or accident, dtetrlbUtlfithe
y catory manner stole softly Into Gibbon name became ntHi-iil 1 prolntcs.' hnd appearedIn Bu la... her, but> she didn't. In Registration Notice.HINIS of printing and shall n
says synonymous the loifghu Tbo sunbeaais "May I ask If I am through the phone r ballots; and no ballots
room. It retains no more sug playe "wOr"Uo PrImary Relt-tion counted for any person falling to P51
"Did-did you wish to see me?" 8ervle. racial origin now than carelessly nbout the. glterln.tnra on a bid for your a great deal of nlsun- nook will be open w.ekR. 1 day In said fee. Each voter must vote In t<"
18 his brow and the the ;youth who did every both sides which "Rch week
tremulously. at tbe Saturday from district In registered.
asked "ogre, which Is really "nun.arlan I a. m. to wblob be Is
Mrs. Perry sprang forward in ," from a confusion of the Mag pontiff cxprp H'd love and compassion.Now nesslike way to Imperfect electrical 12; 1 l m. to 1 p m. That this rule shall be posted at each

forgetfulness of the Immeasurable the Huns and of both with he stretched forth both bands as "Ton' must go to saw at a glance that PBTIRMANN.. polling place JOSEPH PRICK,

tance which lay between her social wit Tartars. If to place them on the 10.0 heads take any stock In your know the truth It Registration Oflloer. Putnam Co. Fla. Chairman: Bern Ex. Committee

sition and the poorhouse. below and In a loud voice pronounced the dutiful broker's > for her. I had only J. N. BLA\KWELL. Secretory.Palatlu _

the world's blessing> 'Bcuedlcat vos.' but In that LOS'r.-Blaek
1, "Why, you poor soul, she cried A second and White
. pathetically, "how old you've (who.eloo.stammers TI..t.Stutt )-Miss "A moment lateI the cannons of the .An KxcltlBST togthe.and as soon Dour, with "Howto,," Sele Notice ol applloatlon for Tax DIIeI '"J

' My hair hain't began to turn yet, D-D--Dolllel '! DD 'Mofe of Hadrian' In the castle of St. Above all," said carriage I put nlmp; If plate| on collar; suitable reward tier section 8 of chapter 4888, LaWs

white!" Angelo carried the glad tidings abroad, hit, "the lady must her and spoke the returueti to Dr notify Chap. Florida. ..
Is perfectly b-b- ,
here your/n youl! you E. Rowteap&iulks ,V
Wu-wu-wl Fis.
time since the various bands In the square struckup posllble. so often seen In love Notice Is hereby glvoo .
"It's been a long you ;you b-be mum-mum-mum certiiite'No.
Mlddleton. of t.s
' the 'Te Dcum. and tho crowds eagerly purchaser ,
I were young," answered tbe old b-be mum-mum-ray wuwuwumummummy Ford'l Phot T"I't ,h day of Wov
;you broke forth In 'viva." "-LouIsville inalr's husband "Is contrast on the Oriffia of 808, flLe *
between 18 in TO i
she colored jlblaut the only
all man gently. Then wife? Dole Dimple Courier-Journal. It becoming chronic lugubrious Koing tl relain In Pull. A.D.1895. bus said certificate
sudden remembrance and drew ( )-Ob, Mr. Stutts I -I hardly cxpreslon on atkini short Hum lonKer. If you office, and has made spplloatlon for <**

up stiffly. how to answer you! Stutts (des Dlt.It such as to call a smile hnvu't been I there to sue his work, or dee to Iseue In accordance 5ith lae J
"Is there anything I can do for ;you? )-Ac-ac-ac-sus-sas-accept my we hope for what lps. but he .preR80 It. your, picture w. now Is.a certificate embraces the 'Fuucounty. '10"''I"
Rod In
"you tml described
she asked. or I'll sus-sus-or 1'1 Gaatcr r I Bolsrorto. ly possess we act an Prl erty .Ituate

Come.. Cynthia, don't talk that "' -. .- It all over aguggugagalntWoman's In Bulgaria young men and women t make life a a.thoroughbred g..ntl. 'aae-YJrZVZor ; - Florida 3 townshiP i
section ,
net of
i: swj.
remonstrated Mrs. Perry. "You Home Companion. meet on Baster Monday, congregating shadow than It : t

farmers' wives are always work la the churchyard attrd. In holiday ..11 BRUCE PARKER. 12.I The range said 2.-40( land acres.being assessed at tM

.n'-.I\-It' a good. piece from- Eaillr Romodlod. dress, and Indulge games I Too c.. date of the Issuance of such o rtlnc w'I.
Bank Clerk This madam. Isn't during these games a allows OnW"1
t place to the""Poorbouse- cbeck Blr (to .01< ... .. the name of E. 8. Boblnson.
," said the old I Madam- ? Bank handkerchief to b away by ,a bladeof Corporal the saber Tork.r. said certificate shall be redeemed a

._ calmly. -I bas your husband's name.I.ne young man this sign of a proposal : a singular manner SurrInoJ1 cording to law t deed will Issue tl .

"Well yes, poorhouse," deprecatingly It, but does not state how and acceptance. The next day her parents .tlaht PrlvaI If a Turk on nd the 30th of April A. D/;/llGtWitness *

"but never mind all that. '' money ;you want Madam-Ob, send a jag of wine to him as a del wine falls down In the ray oflloUl signature n

." that all? all there Is. token of their approval.An Coi'poral-Iiumbugl by the guard he tbisblsaldsyof March A. D. JORl
brung Well 11 ed so as to fit the the b8tlnldo This -p' (I8e l] JOSEPH .
bad the
don't think I've fol-
straight how would "THB Clerk eounty.1
.. rpeated as far Circuit Putnam
E.rptl. K t. EmmA the MT CI. ,,
sold a BIAtFUL
E of meeting Mrs. Bray before, Bed .Ar..m..t.. specimen of egg decoration crooked scabbard, which he Is reiard- I Jt i minister, rising, "and yet I've The historic Incident of young Tory very rar gendo Blatter. and called
with It was practiced In Is "Imperial Aatc7our newsdeafrr for Executors' Notice
here several times. to a dukedom being pelted a E&Pt tbi
"privileged no, lupb
shown In the Detroit drunkard. b. does .Jet'
-No we haven't met," acquiesced lb.old eggs while making a political Mosetm Art Too Important he has msr his 1 lot i Notl.hereby (.Ivan thAt on Mo.I" e
I. The etchings on the shell follow only to uanisandaddreuje- ella. lIMe woattail. roak asal .0Url. 'J
"I generally stay in Is, "Ah, he remarked wiping Teacher >Wben name and ,
woman. mention his lodging address Soc. for aoootinUi and v uah.r exauuior ulklni
do the paintIngs -
general design .1 "Or&
from his face have always same a sIQ lute will and UMamaac I le"a
kitchen. I mess <1
of and animals recently "bl vle&8 drunkard/ Regar dMoaMid dlxiUnrii
men :50. aad for
I lb I.u apply
"I must acknowledge this visit tat the argment of my oppo found In Pupil-The change la sent to sleep upon the & EZMUtora. BDWAHO Si. .J'.

t. mostly !J>Mjn sone.Mrs_ Profi: b ..at 1lln4" Cir lot ae baths 4 .Publishing Company :*:.1J.rJ'J .

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LiN LiLi LiLi Groceries I CRESCENT CITY. I Mrs. M. n. Tralle lins. t..rmlnatl'd. II i;;.: 1. ; The Best Route to ,

{I. one of the most, beautiful very pleasant slay of several week

looatloos, 'In Florid. Tourists at (Urove }In II. She will top al ItCl'C\. 6ffcu.tci.. ofitm&itm.11i4e.ic .

N LiLi wilt' find I It an Ideal. spot to Jacksonville for a Benson bufore goIng _

Li Table Delicacies g ga days spend of tho keen winter delight.or puns a few I / to her homo I In Chit at Is tiq tin, N. .), h'11-liI1lJfla111-t ))acto.

Y. lIfr,. .
V1 The town ouOeacoiit' Lake Tralle ha.* many uliicerfriends .

(an arm of the St. Johns ') lu Crescent (CKy mid her goIng ,

a Fruits, Nuts, Etc, e eg 77 and miles la 100 hy mIle rail' by from Jaoh8ftn-.. Rlve'1 j Is always. n matter of regret; mlol1! ; t'J"11: e-t\tJ'\ ctltSXolfteZij'rwn : t'lb,

LHAVM your order, with ti vlllo, Rev. S. \V. Lawli-r, presiding elder Trains Daily North Bound. I,

11 J. W. MILLER and! Li The all dar river ride on the of the Knst Ontmt Dial riot, hI, E
1 will not l bIt iii steamer Orescent", from Jock.sonvllle church) south hold
you disappointed quarterly confer Leave Palatba No. 2. ":80 a m: No. 10 5:10: p in.
p, \ 'us to quality of the ll to Crescent City, la one enc at Groveacliiln. church lust' But AI'I'I.9' la luilka, Hunthbound, No. I, IOOC: p in. ,. .' 1
lllB triil .. ,.
p and prIe.p Florida travel", I oxporlenoes The steamer of (unlay I umi Sunday. Ills I ""-"*1'1'1! ser No. 9,10:80( : .. m. \ : '.

r leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. in uions Oil Sunday were an Inepliutloi
Wo mnke specialty or ::
F, a aE every Tuesday. Thursday and to I the members. the church In till

E,,, the a aa City Saturday at 6 p. m.reaching'i bis trip descent Is the srctlon and will be 10Ilgrl'm"lIlber..d. Schedules /given. above are subject to change without, notice, and the

dayllKhtrlde up the broad Allen II. Maull of Pittsburgh\ }>,... time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed

a, Grocery a and picturesque' St. Joist,. terminated. H two we.k visit will) Through Pullman cars. from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nanhvlllr.

F The steamer has pretty cabins his. mother lust Monday \WliH St. Louis and Chicago nlt-the-year-round, Elegauttsieeplng/ oars between
and offers a delightful Vnldoata and Macon Also Pullman)
F outlook here he sleeping cnrs Vnldosln to AllantnIriuulbonie
F Business even In stormy weather Jot I line nlxa to call on many

F F, NF N Oresoent. City Is the center of of his. old( time friend' ( It has beet Valdosta ivr.d Parlor Jnckaonvllle.Cars In service on Trains Nu. l and 2 between Macon

P1F the orange growing Industry In some ten years oimoi'e since he
and In It we strive toexcel. R middle Florida, and beautiful. Information us to rates routes, schedules
I', moved from lucre, but nil old, Hellkrremember .. sleeping reservations')] I
M groves surround the place. elo. will be gladly. furnished. upon application to _
him with
pleasure and nil
) __ NN LiN fishing; will afford! hunting amusement and I are pleased to see him. O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Pnlntkn.

FlF for sportsmen. The Preston-Miller", : company 'has S. F. PARROTT, Vice Pre CHAS. 11. KHODKS, cien. Passenger Agt

F, s.... us nlao for HAY f! Naptha launches can ba secured recently Hindu a contract, with t1.. Macon, On. ?

I., GRAIN 'and( FERTILIZERS. NLi cheaply for water trips. northern ___ __ _
FlLi Crescent City has good hotels confectionary establishment Dr. Q. F. Sprague who nn Tuesday. last wo8 elected. Mayor of ; u

P1Li and boarding houses at moderato for HOOOIlO 80-pound candy palls! Crescent City for the nineteenth", time. London at Eaatev Tint, '

4 n Fl N rate",,. Thnt, Is n big order for any I11l1nllrllctn'lnR' All London seems to have turned out I' THE PASCHAL KISS.

bicycle Beautiful Blinded. walks and. concern to fill. This. coinpa' W'nnJJ: : :[ .xJr.J.lU1UI.: : : :=J'r.Jrn-.Jt'L.U:11: :=JlU: :=- Into the streets at Easter time. Of'

paths. ny also has other course Easter Sunday Is somewhat iHumlii'e CharaoterUtlo Salutation am
many contracts
1 quiet and sober most of the peoplo Easter Mo..I....
J. W. Miller for cedar nnd cypress water pullslard ., Weather Keport.Croioont .
who make to
any pretensions respectability Easter salutations among the Russians -
tubs, cypress tanks" etc. The KANSAS EASTER.
C Easter
Wrrrrrrrltrrrrrlrrrrrrrrrrr, going to church but Monday are characteristic. The "Easter
F) LiF LLi r. rr2Nrrr.Nnr.rN. company has just recently nddecn tug April Is a universal holiday upon which kiss" Is one of the chief observances.

Cresoont City, Fla.. fine pull boat and other/ longingmachinery "Mfmmlmtt" Sonir Every! Year the whole population gives Itself up to On meeting friends, relatives or,even 0
March. !
FOOT lluii lr. l Dwell ..
Our Store is tJ: to Its Mqulpmcnt. 81. Kimirtlay < < sport and mirth. The theaters", all have mere acquaintances on Easter morning
II Li : a quaint town, tho con.
o aaa n n M' O II ; Walter Cliff returned some two 1 April.. Sunday.. Swedish colony In Kansas souse Hpoclal attraction for Easter it Is the custom to( exchange the same

weeks ago from visIt of nine 9. Monday Monday and are crowded to the dome greeting that passed between tbe prJ..stand
:; Full | name Easter event which the
---- of D. TuuHiiuv.
-- : as they continue to be throughout the
: or I len months t to his old home In \. .., \ "l ( \,' and' their housewives people on the "Groat Sabbath"service.
"09 DDaD Daaa c Dcm"r."MM N.,, II. '' ,, "" Easter" holidays which In England continue :Ibis la repeated three times
mrnW aaDaa Q r. c England. He returns greatly bne- 0. Friday. to Is the sinning of Han for two weeks. Kasblonnblo society -

unun Our new line of NFl New Goods! |! fitted by I the. rest nnd pleasures. of "The Mefulali" by a which has so long beeu chafing lu other succession and. exchange; the red friends eggs kiss of which each
:i 400 trained voices'
un r..! hi.. long voyage/ and has resumed accompa- under the austerities of Lent now a pocketful are ca'rrled for this pur-
Nil rIl LII ils duties. hove under a full head of nu orchestra and a three man- fives Itself' up to all manner of gaye-
FIN FIN jn :200! pairs of. New Pants. tL organ which coat $1>,000. tIc,. pose.
rSHOEill %uI# Nil 55::i ranging In price from 70n 25rj steam. He. will grow us some more An .. I brings to the little vII. Strictly! religious people make It a

to83.&t) per pair. Opnts'r'J; or those splendid pineapples, and has. the Pll with n population of Eseteiin: tb. Early Ctmveli. rule to kiss the first, person they meet

m For'Men. Women uu Nil roll: and White Vests fl.1I0.0pntH rc,!. the prospect. of a very large crop oloranges Pomona, least 10,000 people during the The proper time for the celebration on Easter morning outside. their own
II, Bon Suits from $1 1 00) NilNil for the ing the doors whether this be a stranger or a
and Children jjjj S tu $I2: ..lIlt.r,1J coming Benson. tills same little town Mine. of Eimter occasioned no little controversy -
rtm ;, A new per lot of Lad I".' Nil Nil: Mrs. J. P. Appleby who .(ins sermon, \ once gave a recital to In the early church the great friend, of high rank or of low. The

uuuu should attract, your atten. {jji tj] r.i.. white Waists. from hoc -. very III and a great", sulTcrer for b..el11 the of with song/ of 2,500 people. All this mass of the eastern Christians celebrating Emperor Nicholas I. observed thin rule
: tlon If you are after the aa U to *1.40. latest fashion, 2ria two choir wade possible aud successful the feast upon the fourteenth with such fidelity that be once so honored -
UL kind that are guaranteed j-J* r.: beautiful patterns. We L E Past months, wns reported somebetter nic will perseverance and toll of the duty of tho first, Jewish month or moon a common soldier who, In addition .
to wear well. We can't !fl"nirord .aJ curry a great varletv of .atn :: : on Monday, but she Is still welcome. tha date of tbe Passover The western to his humble station, bud Imbibed

i t() keep any other aakind. : ; good. You can always :pt;j::: very III. All that the family and It takes colony was founded. lu Christians celebrated It on the more vodka than was good for him

Ul. At the sums time Wg in LII find some useful article r:..: loving friends could accomplish ha. Pomona Dr. Oluf Olson, wbo bad boeu Sunday following the fourteenth day, At another time this high honor of the
.JU we have An<.leavored to com SB! at our store. and at prices"' NIl b..n done for her In his native touch of the lips of the fell
nnd 1\1l10nR' for the realize the country and claiming that this more nearly commemorated great czar
Ulil blue style with wearing/ f u>. t;g thnt. will fit the pocketEfc!
utJ qualities, and after you all,] .n book. rt:! : line when tho word can be given been", Ills friends purchased 20,* tbe resurrection of Christ to the lot of a poor beggar woman
uuuu have tried mi a pair you inn::! LI'J rts hat she has passed the cilsls In her past la the Smoky Hill valley to In 323: the council of Nice decided In who was as much terrIfied by her good

uu acknowledge our sue- nncess. LN LII Nil NIl: Illness and Is surely Improving You can Swedish colony-a colony that favor of the western usage and brand fortune as though! It bad been a sentence .
JUJU O : NIl direction no saloons and that should ed the eastern custom as the "quarto- of deatb.-Atlanta Constitution.An .
:ilL FIN Fill t I CONE NIl Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wlndo of Boson :' store has.. \: vices. Today tL:: T lnj:,lxjrg declmen heresy."

lib 11. Of Course EverybodyFIN: NFl Nil: are ngnin at Grove hell for a ness men. A 8,000 communicants. Odd Kiutec F.. ..... .

NFl few week Btay. They will be re- are to be heard "Tbe Messiah" sung "Where Eggs AT. Worshiped. An odd Easter observance was arranged -
g ii.j "In these diggings" knows an 'H enijj uembered as popular guests at the are teams His people were a slog All through northern Africa the worship by tho management of tbe Ho-

how we excel' In i NFl| The Shoe Man, t tn: hot.pIIR..t. winter, when they made a a general He returned to the colony : of eggs Is universal. No altar decoration tel Majestic In New York for Its guests

nu Groceries. !FIll: I:I Lrt LrlLPI. lengthy stop and got well acquaintedwith place not Idea of making the singing Is considered complete without and frIends. last Easter Sunday, says
'JLJUC Nil Creswnt t FlaO. growing.The oratorio annual event at Us circle of and few -
:t1Pl City I all our people, who an pendent eggs private the New York Times Some 400 guests
LFI pleasantly
aaun New and seasonable goods | .rt LIILLLLLLiJi44444A town In honor and glory of the houses are without at least one and their friends assembled In the foy
remember and
n LrJ La gladly greet them ination of It would be something sacred Special designs appropriate
utJ arriving daily You can nu egg. er. A barnyard scene on a large scale,
<.Iepenlon Fresh Qrocnries ;2":; 'Lr. t'ln nn2 J'I444LiLiJi4 C w gain./ Mr. and Mm. Wlnde have Saturday bis people. He talked with to the purpose for which the eggs: with chickens, ducks and rabbltsbad

,JIat. gG. ;: been spending/ the past two months There Is ... of the Smoky Hill valley. are Intended, are used. Ou all eggs been fitted up, and there was a good
-- -- nt St. Petersburg. oranges from their savings devoted to sacred a verse from
: meager usage sized rustic house with straw roof, lu
L. Chamberlin's p :."" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""' The groves expense. Mrs. Carl Sweus- the Koran Is Inscribed' at either end which a choir of eight adult voices and
All here will\ learn with and all of
= tIle first chorus of forty while the sides are embellished by a boys' surpllced choir of ten voices
tJII Crescent City. I 111 Personal and Social. 111 i I he death of Mr. K. !U.! Bunting of Hon. I )
fju from Kin i Tim soloists came from Bock vIews of the sncred Nile-. with -flrllmosefl- sung a number of Easter bymus. On
::45C, I Iu Salem. ", N. J., which oeclined at his h e -will ; I ; The first oratorio was a suc of the sphinx and the pyramids In the every pillar lu tho foyer were hung
,"""" "" "" "" "" "" "" a
r. r.r.r. r. r.r. r."n r.c" home In I Unit city on Mnrch 2 lh. number years ago an auditorium distance. two bird cages with a canary In each

---.-------- H, J"'HLuIl vlolteuPnlatka on file. death. was due to heart failure. !proves In ; with a seating capacity for cage and tbeso sang all during the festival. -

.. VQ" I I "" Monday. Ir. Bunting wits In his 75lh year promise of was predicted that not enough When Catholic t"countries Belli Go In to the Rome.Ill old world. !. An organ, chimes and orchestra

1 It!. II. White went to Jncknovllle. "nd Is eurvlvsd by his wife and There. be assembled to fill It, the bells are not rung during Passion furnished Easter music. 0

Fresh Garden Seed : last Monday on a huilnes", visit. daughters. He will be remembered all our been cases boon built.crowded, every year week, and the belief still lingers among '

i RS a most agreeable visitor at Grove they live he: peasants that they have gone: to TWO FLATS to( let. Inquire at
!Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mnull> of Palat- that the oratorio Is given the
For theSpring ka spent Sunday hero with Mrs.. J. hall ono year ago, where he was dge/ of travel to Llndsborg by Rome to be blessed by the pope. "But Saratoga.

L. Maull. tade acquainted with so many of Ined. ._ by wagon. Farmers with hey return on Easter morning bringing FOR BALI3-Strong, sound workhorse

Planting our people, by hi. old friends, Mr. drive twenty and thirty presents of scarlet eggs from the ; apply VV. A. HDSSKLI., Crescent -
Mrs. E. I). Lynch and Miss Flor- nd! Mis. Frank Muck.W hear the chorus.- Chicago holy father to bis good: children. Tho City Flit.

nce Lee visited", Pnlatka this w"",' -k. Mr. F. C. joy bells come back first, and the angels -
I We. have everythlig you 0 __ drawn from heaven by their joy. When You Visit Crescent City
Mrs. F. A. Lauder left on Monday R. Saunders. him had a good his .
mslness. In OU8 peals, fill the egg baskets of the Next Time Call and
J want In this line.", for her summer liome nt ninnlng- iminess lately In taking out parties IN GERMANY. see
to Welaka good; children. The death bella come
ham, Mich. 011 his naptlm launch Cruiser which itt future. CUBtomn Observed oa th. hack also but bring: nothing for Eusur James W. Long'sStock

J Our "NO. 44-" Her Bahers has been doing/ jury ellil be chartered at reasonable ruts,. ness house .. lluronlal Eee.t.: Is full of Joy only. So In the Easter
will cure ] ] Mr. Saundurs la have him
perfectly familiar of the children the bells tell of the Joy
duty In the circuit court at Putlatkathis soma quulut Easter cus 0
of General Mercliaiidl
: Chills nnd $Fever Headache, O with nil the pleasant plunlo /grounds business observed by the peasantry. and the eggs of the gifts of love Christ ,
Colds and :pIlllousnesA.{ Try a week. more . to the lIttle Meats, Groceries, Dry Goods,
these brings
o 011 waters and knows just ou Easter morning one Is ones. Chicago
bottle 25o.Lound's. John O'CaIlaghon spent", the early her. Tribune. Tin and Stovewear, Lamps, Etc.
where to take people. to give them by the servants on the great
1 party of the week In Pnlntka) andacVsonvllle. tIme most enjoyment for their money onvllle U ( : singing
; ", lIe was. to take the baseball olub to He I li the window to the nccompunl- Caster H.... la W..wl.k.h..

I j Drug Store | Mr. and Mrs. P. Kfttenring of Tie- icdernl Point Wednesday for a View hotel ft'A a small but excellent orches In Warwickshire If the young men For Hatching.
The shad i ... among them. Then the can catch a bare and bring It to the .
Ohio for
fiance, are stopping a season latch
with the club
at that
Crescent City, fin.at .. I game day. all bis guests assemble In parson In the morning of Easter Monday
Grove Hall. From Pure Barred Plymouth Rock
} at lace. ; per
bo Is bound to them 100
lave to t hall of the castle while the give eggs
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Mr. and Mrs. 1C Borsen have been", Marshal Sacked resigned his office hey' can passes. In review and other presents As bares are uncommon Setting of 15, 100.

visiting( In Jacksonville and Rt Atlantic nst week and Mayor' Sprague has The .. there this time of year, the Mrs. Q. n. Prevatt,
here prize I Is seldom claimed.
are for march
Johns Beach this week. carry- they
Rlvrby Dayllnt. J. Seville Fla.
appointed Harper to the posl- have lots of ,
which Indicates
There will be a musical at V.I. -something
The Beach & Miller Line with lon pending the approval of the It Is department they belong and If the IVInd !. !. the liIa.t. I
Hall Tuesday evening next re-
ouncll. Mr. Snckett hue been town be several .. of the life and If the wind Is In the cost on Easter, .A. I. Spec..oer: : ,
Stoaraor reshments.,, .. Tickets So cents.
CftECENT.t..Fiv.e marshal for some three or four years river here the Saviour or of something It la regarded In somo places as a wise 0omcs

PStui.tav.J5IekI.Ofl.iIIeOnTlefldyI' at I!W .e. m. for Greon,Thure.ti.yPisiut Cov., Mrs. R. A Sea ton and soil, Mr. and on Tuesday was re-elected. He quIte the therewith. The washerwo plan to draw water and to wash In It, I Dentist.

I'attka, Croaaeni city and principal WH> Oe(). Senton of New York city, spent ins given"' entire satisfaction to( the Mr. ( n tub white as snow cou- .s by this means one will avoid the
Lnd, tsieeR45t.I5rninal.ftv.mOc.otojty last week at Grove Hall. people ,and there are ng/ his ", large doll intended to rep various Ills from the east wind at RoBldenco on prospect BtreoUC
on Wadiiwanyn *- expres- will : reCent City, Florida.
frlAiym end MonI.7s tit 7 m. 111 shouts[ of at his Infant Jesus; the woodmen throughout the year.
Jwokmavfile' :; foot Mrs. Edgar: McOrndy was quite regret" resignation deal. _
wbart of L ur Street Its blade --" --------- --- --- --
hatchet bright --- --------- ------
Telephone 4,1.: but tlr. town marshal Mr. H. .
ast, Friday and Saturday, was Harper was several -
peIet.i whArf font of Ionian ntrM a small cross of some black -----
reported much better on Sunday:! I years ago and Is well acquainted the residence ; gardeners a large bouquet -

'Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Cliff have returned with the duties His appointment flower beds. l by a crown oC thorns; the

A. BTORREY.Undertaker to their northern home after will be 1C.rllUY.RtlsfRctory to the when huge cake baked In the form Over Half' a Million

a pleasant winter (on thclrplace here. people. Mr. W. ; the housemaids a ,
and Embalmer. Green In white rag, emblem-
Messrs. (J. A. find D. S. Hogln, The colored people( this town are week on the Saviour's winding sheet; SATISFIED CUSTOMERSDo

Full line of Caskets and Coffin father and son of Marion, Ind., are preparing to given grand conceit at Dr. H. a great sledge ham

Telephone pending"' / two or three weeks at the A. M. E. church next Monday town last. spikes to represent the Imple you think such an enormous business could be built up and 0

ORESOENT CITY FLORIDA Irove Hall. veiling./ April th. The best vocal mi ring the nailed him to the cross, continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit 0

Since the death of her aged father, talent here will take part. And lens. masons bring up the rear Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, If our
-- --------- one knows that the colored Mr. and band and currying! a large reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
noted In this paper some two or three very NHS t represent the one which was Do you think U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Businessand
Crescent Cily Transfer Co. week? ago, Mrs. J. Overatreet", has people. are naturally musical. Hence lieu 1118. Mr. I from Christ's tomb: Professional men in evety section of this country would keep on using

moved from Oal".l>nrl\', to Chicago, this concert means much In the way irewster pair pass the master of the HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?

Meets. all train at Otesoi nt City /unction. Illnols. of music. The admission Is but IS I\dva"tlll\''' make a profound obeisance Do you think doctors and would unadulterated recommend? It and hospitals use It, If itwasn't
attend absolutely
In pure
and little ..011of cents, and' the money realized from from him a gift oC money. Just think tbese and then lend trial order.
Night trains by appointment. Mrs. E- W. Andrews I alka taut things over carefully us a
the concert will to the Easter custom bus been 0
go bsuiklhitgofSi Your back If are not satisfied.
Huntington left this week. for Mrs. Do .money you
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fence around' tha colored cemetery. for many generations and Is
heir home In Chicago. Mr. Andrews -. fir, and all Unlt.d SUMS S.n.t.,WashIngton D. C.
on the great estates of
--- ---- spent last week with them. Geo. \Williams, who has long mid were San Francisco Chronicle. "1 !to..".found H yo"Whl.k.y u..plla..lI AD. for Ubl sod nwdlclnsl purpo_."
Interested this Leo last .
work Is
been the Wm. M.: Slfnart
B. 8I1OTWELL They will all spend a toW. days In St. lanager of the concert. Mr. U... B0natof from Nsvsds.HAYNER I

Augustine before !going lo Chicago wan d... Siv..no.. Llf of Old.
Builds: Row Boats ..._
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E. T.. Kf Hum of Tnlntkn candidate d.IY. said to be a "strenuous" ego
Repair boats, buggies and makes all of RpglHlrnllun, spent LAKE COMO. c..w clothfx. or people who 'dabble In the WHISKEY
kinds of wood work repairs at bis hop for Supervisor cnilr, ,.... art talk about the "pace" we
in rear of his MEAT MARKET. I last Friday and Saturday: Interviewng ontalned a the stress and storm of ,
OresoBDt City. i'la. the. ; voters. During his stay here Henry Gilford has left for his home which wa ), In the twentieth cen- I
Satisfactory work. guaranteed at miirl- Mr. Kellum was tho guest of Major at Falrhnven Mass. Meeting Mrs.lltlord rom her :
forth. Rut FULL
Pet so are we so EXPRESSfl
prides.If and fI'lelldliln Jacksonville. trooklvn
anti Mrs. J. L. Burton. strenuous Are we
Ve wish them n suite" and pleasant Be\lcr..fv 4 $3.20
V. T. A. hull last, and to them will or work than English
you hnv olther.. . The dance-at Journey hope Hee strain Idei'Hble. QUARTS PREPAID ;
Tuesday", night was OilS of the best early. In the fall. nut the ft ( In the Elizabethan ago or
clothing. were say-w take date at 0
Uiues Gmvcrmll orli ron erlnes attended. moat thoroughly enjoyableItalrs Mrs. F. J. Halkimp\ and son, Ra- who U In 1800 English literature OUR OFFER w. win send you In a puts Mated ..>... with BO
of the kind held hero this leigh. have returned to their honia at doilIes and do not show convincingly mwk to show COBt<>n(.. pou FULL QUART
men", who prod Pvloakey, Mich. Inlf her BOTTLES 07 HAYNER PRIVATE: STOCK RYE FOR S3.20. end m
to dispose of, and wish to winter.. The young Is .o.-I.ond&1n Saturday; Bo- will pay the xpros.. .h........ Tsk It home and camp. !.It.bv*your doctor
kemp posted' regarding icted", the alYalr are being generallyongralulnUd. Mr. and Mrs. James :Mitnflheitrr i'ket. tnt II-...., boltl.U you wish. Then II you deal And It )I".' as w> ny 0
(>ati>n end perfectly sMIiraotory.ihlp It back to aa AT OUU EXPENSE and
prices" they are brinirltitf have returned to their home nt :: your
apidly r.20 win be promptly ralnndwl. How oonld any offor be (sixeS? Yoodon't
on th8' New York market, CI"v..I..IHIOhl..... _. Tlla.aa.II...
D. .
D. LL. .
Rev. II. T. Tanner D. anl .rvou. lUk oant.
correspond with of the. readiness of the
, residing/ bishop i Iff I reply noted In "Leave* From er Wyo.. meet l be on the basis ol 4 Quarts for 4JH> hxpnw> I'r.Weld .>
Ohio after I'r I
In theA. her home at Biooklyn, > lye* :
lecture r4
In Florida, *UI( au IEJIO &'rel ht r .
S. B. Downes & Co. church ; of Henry Grevllle. e or qnsrts for* ,by
tonight it month's vlxlr with her parents, ''I!p ml hi is Ii u i
M. E. church, Cresc'-nt City, Mr. and Mrs. )Howard Oats The ..\ l get over your nose," said 8 Writs oar......1 oNce sad do It NOW. )
Friday. April 13th ) and allar. woman to the Irish
203 Duane York. ( make toe ou
.. rordlnlly Invited tie nttenrt.llshop Mr. R'lybou' I U', :inning hi. store Colley Orattan, whose nose THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
-- -- ---- !Mr.\ H. B.
painted, iu"l '
TO BEN-Furnlsln.d pa'rtmnt' Tanner came 1.0 Florida from |, making other Improvements. ,Ir J, l.' ( Atlanta, 0.. Daytan O. *U Louis, Me .St. r ulMlnit.
in the Attleboro npHrtment house. >hllad.lplila, said I. cue of tinY Ablest j I IIIver I you cant a* retorted IWADIUBKTI IBM. 4
va BismusT.TTCT. 0.
Modern ,conveniences. Suitable- for t h.. board of blshoprof his Epworth League' meeting WM held nut bridge I la broken." -
one of. two p.r.o'Appty F. M. man In the M. C. churoti !Sunday: evening. 8.nlnJr. 0 -- F

Payson Crescent City, Fla, 1-6-tf, chnroh.

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The Palatka News Mr*. Larimer and her daughter,: Closing of Tent Meeting. The latest Style in I -
1 .Mrs Chas M. HIlliard and baby :Sarah ::
Hilliard left yesterday afternoon That which will long be known 'as Spring and Summer

for the north, after spending mouth the "Wnartou meeting" came to a
i with Mr and Mrs. I. H. Hllliard. close last Easter Bargains
ib Od:: Sunday night. Millinery.We J

: City happenings \ \ Chas. Hines and Mrs. Edith Well The last week, during which the -' ,- -

were married at noon Tuesday at weather was ideal, was the best of = "!-- IM=
\ ) mention. the residence of Mrs. Matthews cor want the Indies of Pnlatka J
For Sixth and Laurel streets, Rev N. J. the series and fully justified the ef- roses our pretty line of Trimmed -

Tllgbuian performing the ceremony. fort which kept Dr. Wharton through Hats; also Hosiery, Gloves Spring Dress Materials.I

1 The!:; Guards' Easter dance for Mon. Thos. W. Fielding of Btarke and this; week. Through the entire week and Neckwear. '

day night 1. the social toplo Just now. :J. M. Rivers of Gainesville, both the crowds were large and the inter WoJiavo u very complete and beautiful array of

W F. Rogero, of San Mateo, Is i candidates for state attorney, have est the ban-
: profound. Sunday was SPRING DRESS: GOODS which wo are
; ,1 SpringBusiness serving this. week.as a Juror In the circuit court advantage been in the of court city this week week to meet, taking the ner day with fully 1,000 people> at Mrs. A. L. BOWLES, New us Easter Bargains to the ladies of Pulatku] offering and-

voters. the night service Central Lemon St. the county. These goods will be sold nt the. follow
Miss Nellie Fowler of Hastingswas I It ia generally agreed that Palatka
a pleasant visitor in the city Morgan: Bohanimn of BlunenllIeI -- ing reduced prices: I
L this week, was lu the city Wodne doy. Mr. bas never passed through such are- HORSE \V.ANTED-For U* keepIng -
Bohannan U. the maker of a popular Iglous experience and it Is our conviction during the Hummer. Unlit; drivIng Brenton Batiste, worth 15C for. iaj c.
W. :J. of
St. Peters
burg la Langinan her; mother Mrs W. plow which, because of Its superiority that much lasting good has and beat of care !guaranteed. Responsible Dotted Swiss Muslins worth 20C for i
1. : vlaltlng Is having a large sale among the been accomplished and will be felt party. Address P. O. Box 150
A Uollnger.
farmers In the county. Fin.WANTEDLady. Swiss worth and
M. B. Gray and daughter and Mrs. not only in the churches direct, but 50, Huntington, White Dotted 20 250, 1

With :J r. J). Uockcroft of Lake Como were that The Atlantic Const Line announce In the city as well.A or gentleman or for. . . . . 15C and 20C.
a BigAssortment on April 80th and May lat they
at the Saratoga on Monday. will sell round trip ticket to Jacksonville conference with the pastors reveals fair education to travel for firm of Illi Organzine (all colors), Silk Organdies,

of Miss Vivian Aokeriuau entertained for one first class fare plus the fact that they with the f2( O.OOO capital. Salary Expenses'1.07:4: Hdvanced. per. Soisette Lucia Crepe. Mercerized Mad- 1

last Saturday afternoon In honor of iOo. Ticket are !good; to return up committee In charge of these services year payable weekly. ,

The Celebrated the coming bride, Miss Price.D. to; and Inclusive May 6th. See the were much pleased with Dr. Pal .lka'., Fla.Address OKI, U. 4 ri.ows..18-2t ras, French Lawns and Organdiesin
r ticket: agent at your nearest point for
Bohannau of Bannerville has further information Wharton as a man. He is a loveable full and you are sure to find a pattern
been In the city on business much of Christian gentleman. They were FOB BALK.-.Burred Ph month array
Griffon the time during the past week D. E. Pu.enberry, one of the beet Rock eggs: setting of fifteen for $I,1Nt. to suit your ideas.
pleased with the
known citizens of the Frultland pe- messagegiven I MK"*. KKAKNBIDK. lot of SHOES for Men and Women
1 Capt. Walter M. Davis of Jacksonville ilnsula, whose beautiful home at by him. The gospel waspreeched \ A

has been here this week reprenrltiK Lake Como is the resort for a large : earnestlylovingly and with Also STRAW HATS fM Men, at low prices.

cases in the circuit court.J. contingent of winter tourist each treat Of this the Real Estate For SaleBy
power. message
Brand : A. McCasklll a leading; orange season, was a visitor here on Mon- '
day. Mr. Duaenberry was summoned people did not tire. They also very
grower and nurseryman of Denver,
was in the olty on business yesterday. as a juror but was excused. heartily endorsed his methods of HI M. Montmollln, 'I J. E. EDMONSON.m

work. They feel that better safer Pitlutka, Florida.Vacultlolaoalnoonmiddle .
a ,
Hand Tailored Suits Mr.( and Wm. Couver are the proud The Florida. East Coast Railway .
Oo. 10th could not have been secured for -
parents of a little sea: who arrivedat changed Its schedule on the man .
For Menin their home! Wednesday morning. mat. and until the new time card Is this l service.Of Lemon streetl, ; a
Ihold quick. m
ready for publication will
patrons see
Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Lynn are rejoicing ticket agents about the arrival and course the good; done cannot be Colt K e,good ':ir\haOd\ room':, lot MUUiO: .. ..
: -
over the arrival of a little departure of trains. Or they can reckoned simply by the number of good driven well, repair, a baritaln. --

girl baby in their home lasb Tues write the Assistant Gen'l Passenger professions. But one of the pastors cold Cool water. a story, windmill homo,,and lot looxio lank,Mood, bath..Rlor.lld hot' and|

Serges, Chevoltsand day. Agent, J. D. Rahnor St. Auguutlne. stated that he thought there wouldbe Large lot.Comtre. .
M IKS Pearl Rlngnam, after a visit on KtntnMlairMi: ft room, lot IMixW' ,
of some six months with relatives In Mrs. J. D. Ring ham hn. been seriously 100 accessions to the churches of OntO lot and IOCII tun. \
Worsteds. Maiden, Mass, returned home last ill during the past ten days the city ns a direct result of these Fourteen ,house, Emmett' street lot WE't\\\'11t'1t" \ OLD \
and her condition does not seem to IOJalte,line location.
Friday. l.nnrove. She is being tenderly services. V nciml lot RAx20U with milpiii ..olt. bel"'.nEm SEL LIt )\\\J \'t. THINGS NEW
Miss Irene Wall of Putnam Hall cared for by her relatives and People generally may feel some DI tut.Ireut and river, (hue location,
These Suits are Is spending", few days in the city as friends, and the sympathy of all Is Interest in the financial end of the Four room 10"',,.. onrnen**roel lot Iles ISO, ..... '
the guest of her brother Dr. W. W. for not only the porches three Idea,just completed will make your woodwork", piano' and furniture look Ilk. new all by
made to Fit expressed meeting. Two vacant'iota, North rfnd, moat) 154. rood simply .the aurlaoo with S ololh moistened. with Iho Vanaar.
U. Wall. sufferer but her anxious husbandand Dr. Wharton: made no charge for building lota. \\ A little Jrl..n.o the work...11,. It Im..ala varnish. T"... !1. no drying, i
other relatives, under wait lor. Largo kettle, enough to renovate the ordinary homo, BOc.v .
and have Miss Corrle Cheathatn of Huntington Ills services. After all Incidental Five acre farm ono mile, from curt, \ to
meeting \
everyappearance Is expected to arrive In the city Hon. O. W. Baldwin. of Melrose is of the meetings, new vegetables wlro Conch,etc j email hoiue,good for oiillr.Vi, ,\ \""""\\\""\\\'".\\N\ \ SVV'"VV' > \N>\\\'V\N\" "\ \' '" \'" \" ''''''''''
of the first of next week for a visit to attending court this! week. Mr. Several line country bargain Write or some
friends. Baldwin la here lor the purpose of which were.within a few dollars for particulars. For Sale "byAckermanStewart

the bestCustom being admitted to the bar. He expects $300, the treasurer reported a balanceof
Hon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hall
bal been a visitor here again this to engage! in general practiceand $''WO. The committee of twelve In Notice of Election for Special
Made will still make his home at Mel-
week making preparations for his rose. Mr. Baldwin, who was a charge of the meetings unanimouslyvoted Tax School District.In Drug
campaign.The this amount to Dr. Wlmrton.
Clothes. rnndldate for the
possible legislature: compliance wtth a petition of the / Irons
Twentieth Century Club: will has aband.oned the idea. The News feels that this Is but a of School No. 8,(Chap 4t78,Roc.4, Lau
This Spring's Patternsare be entertained this (Friday) eveningat reasonable compensation! for services of Florida)the Board of public.IniUruciloii of Company.
election lobo
The annual bazaar and of Putnam' : an '
the pleabant home of Dr. and Mrs. supper rendered held: on the:K'bh5'ybYar May: loon nral to
H. R. Elites. St. Monica's parish will be given determine whether or not the territory dencrlhed -
next Wednesday evening at the As a mark of appreciation and esteem I In mid petition 'hull become a Special
Persons desiring to vote In the lax I school District oconcl, who shall bo the
double stores in the Merrydny block. the business men of the city ;
Fine. ,... ,
School for the two micceedtng
teea yearn
coining election should! not
primary The supper Is given by St.; Mouica'sMemorial presented Dr. Wharton with a beautiful third number of mill* of UUtrlct I 'iax" to belevtal b m LhS ciOi, U l olcgW d
forget to pay their poll taxes on or society uud Is for the bene- and collected: annually for 1 two) arn.
before April 14th. fit of the church cemetery fund. Let gold-headed cane with "H. M. The:following named: penona: are s.putptedInspectors ::, I
I of the above ItM'tlom I Jan W
Noah and Walter Tilghman returned everyone go and get some of this W. and "Palalka, 1000" ,engraved Strange,Clerk; Luke' Baughman, \\.N.cannon [Brothers
Then hare from the G. M. A. College enjoyment and assist In a worthy thereon. lm|>oatora shall; open the poll: ale o'clock a. Gay
we an m.and close at A m. ,
Park last }o'rldayand remained until cause. On Saturday night the tent was The election, to t p.be; held at the School Hous.

Elegant Line of Monday The Europen restaurant of James filled to Its utmost by people who L.K.1 eCK Hocretary.BR

Mrs. Arthur P. Lewis of Mt Dora, &: Varnes Is doing rushing business. were desirous of hearing Dr. Whar

and Mrs.Wm. Longman; of St. Peters There has hardly been a day during ton's lecture ou hi. visit to the Holy WALL & DARSEY The Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur
Straw andPanama burg are In the city visiting Mrs. the past six months that the restaurant ,
Wm. Bolluger. has not taken care of from IOU to Land. It was an able effort. There

,e, 126 people at dinner, and during this was much to provoke laughter and Dentists.Bridge .
:James Fennel of the democrat.
Hats ,one court week, is filled at all much to cause serious thought. He stock was never more complete than now
ic wheel horses of the Melrose
section while and Crown Work a Specialty.
was In the city this week serving three meals, at night as many ranks among the best as a lecturer and new goods are arriving weekly.
as 2S have been turned away for lack .
I which want to as a grand Juror. of accommodations.
we U. L. Knight, the popular proprietor Something That Ought Not Office In Fry Block, Palalka.. IWJA A few of our specialties: 1mI
of the Park W. W. Carman of Palatka who
Show you. has been doing Jury duty at the has been for the past few months residing to Be Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon mJ.

court house this week. at Archer where he has been a We saw a most pitiful and touching .
valued employee of the Maddox sight: on our streets the other morn Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil,
Miss Joyce. Misses Genie Fearn- foundry, left for Archer yesterday,,
We little
ing. saw a wlilte boy,
This year we )have side and Maude Kennerly and Capt.H. after several days spent here In the wearing knee breeches, with handcuffs I All the leading Brands of 1m

Y. Snow made a trip to Sanfordvia Larson foundry. Mr.Carman; Is one on his wrists, chained to other Cereals.
placed in Stock a Clyde Line Tuesday night. of the most competent moulders In criminals and being thus conveyedto

Chas. ICupperbusch Is now giving the state, and came here as a personal the convict camps. The child's lID!' Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, 1mt
Big Assortment of considerable attention to the interests accommodation to "fill In" for !n name was Alvin Hcrton and we

of the Maull Manufacturing com- few days, since there was a rush ol learn was convicted of larceny in w i /t j rrI alsoPillsbury's //i J.
Trunks.'TravellngBags pany of which he Is a director work lu the Larson foundry.-UuluesvllleSun. Judge Rowtou's court at Palatka and II t
, sentenced to serve sixty days In our Gold Medal,

and Mr.and Mrs. Howell A. Davis will Win Riddell), who It will be remembered convict camps. This child's' place Is f Obelisk and other
entertain at Wednesday
a dancing party -
In the and not In I
reformatory a con-
evening, April 18th, In honor visited Palatka two years I{ I
Suit Cases- of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ramsaur. ago with his carnival company. Is In vict camp with professional and i IIII'I I Brands of
hardened criminals. We call Governor
the city again with a moving picture .
k' This stock is Mrs. A. B. Wlafree and daughter; show and gave a performance at the Broward's attention" to this Flour.
Mitts Katherine, spent Thursday of Armory lust night under the aut- case. and all cases like it. The state

- larger than is shown last week In St. Petersburg, returning pleas of the Gem City Guaids. Mr. has" reformatory and a place for Also the largest variety of Imported Delicaciesever
to Palatka Friday afternoon. Llddell has one of the finest picture children of this age; illn it and such Families who useSTRICKLAND'S lID
else in machines and always pitiful scenes as a child of such tender to Palatka.
tf anywhere Mrs. W. M. Davis of Jacksonville, procurable brought
the mentionedwith
years as one we Bread
pleases his audience. He will show
her two children
accompanied by again at the tonight(Friday) hand cults on and chained to a
Palatka. several days of this week with Armory
spent Its fast friends I
gang; of hardened criminals should are
and Admission l 10c
Saturday night.
her mother,Mrs. F. D. Ackerman. and 2Gc. not be allowed In the state of Florida. It's worth YOUR while to try It; also

Geo. A. Powell of Del.ttnd was In Ooala Banner. the Strickland make of Hull. I'i..s\ BOTH STORES *. I
1 the city Wednesday. Mr. Howell Rev. Thos. P. Hay returned yesterday When seen concerning tile above Cakes (Groom old stand). \ ,
while here of his from Kiiisto Island S. c., where Lemon Street.
disposed turpentine
Justice of the Peace Rowton said
Of course the Interests at Neoga to P. M. Padgett.Mr. be was called with !Mrs. Hay aud : ___ on ___ __
son. Park, a few days ago on Recount 1'hIs boy hits been before me several Lemon Street.
People all know and Mrs. Edgar; McQrady, of the death of Mrs. Hay's sister times for petit larceny. He Is one ola "Thou Shalt Know the Law;" Ibe West End.
prominent citizens and among the Mre.D. T. Pope. Mrs Hay and Park "Forewarned Is forearmed;" KVERV-
by this time that best farmers of the Crescent City section stopped at Charleston en route home, tough gang; that operates In the BODY'S LAW BOOK, Just published, I PALATKA FLORIDA.
were visitors in the city yester where they expect to remain for a outskirts of the city. Ho Is about 10 tells you what your legal; rights are J'

few days. Mr. Hay left immediately years old, but small for hit. age. I and how to maintain them; useful to

day.H.. T' Joiner, a prominent farmerof on his arrival here for Luravllle would gladly send him to a reformatory business men and mechanlcR, tnar-

BROWN'Slay Florahome, was In the city Satur where he will attend the session of had I the power. I sent him to lied women and single women. -
day. Mr. Joiner i Is a candidate for the Presbytery of the Huwannee. Thousands are pent yearly by peo-
county commissioner from districtNo. Gainesville Sun. the county jail for 60 days, but under pie who ought; to know butter mid 2 CARS e I.
'' the convict lease would If better Informed. "" "" "" ""
ofUnderwear 4.The. county system now Every
While standing by the rapidly revolving -
In vogue in Putnam county by which boy and girl: should be taught the $ Just I '
game of base ball last Monday shaft of the launch AubreyM. general principles of the law The
afternoon between the Palatka senior a few days since, the leg to the system all county convicts of what business forum will enable to For Sale. .

and junior teams resulted in a pantaloons of Mr. H. S. Wilson of ever nge or sex are leased to contractors draw leptal! documents, wills, you I lenses, S Fresh stock I
screwon Oue elo
, victory for the latter by a score of Palatfca, was caught by the set edrone; open. Closed: car,
this boy has to out with Bxrceiuetitc, etc. Refrrrnce to its
go 12 ft.
I 'I 10 to 6.Rev.. the shaft and if Mr. Wilson had will .sell body; open car, 10( ft. body; $
It been of small the worst criminals. My sentence pages you a 1:1': "n to no to cross sents. Both of
a man strength no equipped with
t M. C. Welch the venerable court and when to avoid llllgHtlon.
Neckwear doubt he would hare been other than Mealier registers. and
did contemplate in
seriously not
a jail are !Rood
In law S
honored emeritusof Price :.l.tat of
and greatly pastor $ style binding
; order. Price
the Pilgrim Congregational: church Injured.he extricated By '!himself,his strength the, sentence but the county commissioners 12.61)) In half !MoriK'en blush nug; i-x- be personally$Inspected!100 for bot th care. May \ Garden Seed
leaving by applying
at Pomona, was a visitor In the city have decided otherwise. This message pall on receipt of price. to station
i agent
leg of the pantaloons In the clutches Union Depot; 'PalFin. -
Collars and Cuffs Wednesday.Mr. of the revolving set-screw. Fortunately boy illustrates but one evil of the Book Address axeiitK Hitchcock tluiiiUI write Publishing fur. !>mlla. atka, for

and Mrs. William Barr of Mr. Wilson was not Injured county convict lease system now In Company, 40 Eighth avenue, New Wm. P. CRAIG
Florahome in the last in Aoalachlcola Times. ,
were city any way.- practice In this county. York.P. .
and Tuesday enroute to Kansas, where ... Orange N. J.Administrator's .
il -- - !M.: -Mr. Benjamin W. Hitchcock Spring Planting
they will spend the summer with Easter at St. Monica's.St. .
} the president of this company,
children. St. Marks Services.
Is one of the oldest and b.. t-knt1wn
Hosierycovers Hon. James M. Cbe pr. ar., of Today U Good Friday and there Monicas Catholic church will publishers In the United IItl\t.: ... Notice. Place your orders
Holllfcter leading candidate for the celebrate Easter Sunday in the usual
will be services at St. Marks <: ,1IlllWlltn! date lo-w'
Episcopal Ot'lohe.
legislature; from this county, has joyous manner and the church will I,!!",. ,. ... the wants of been the bath of the grand Jury during church at 0 a. m., 12 m., 4 p. m., be decorated with eeeoeacecoeorerceecrcteMiss It.cott.droeaned, prmunt my final. account
; the past week. and 7::80 p. in. At the latter service beautifully evergreens and--untj.voiu'.'Florida hm to,the and County Juan of Putnam $
and flowers. auk to he Mhanndi I
palms from
Everybody. And- F. M. Kelly, for some time past the rector will deliver an address The Easter high mass will be cele- I 1 1s R RII the i further iiUmlnl.tr.ilon of F..K old,JtKEDfcB.mere. $ City I Drug Stores

Lead in with the W. A. Merryday companyas the crucifixion.A .
That we shipping clerk, has accepted a position specially beautiful program of brated at JO a. m., at which service n This April| I 10th,A D,last 4-18'1D e11ti N"KrN' 11K
tu the freight; olllces of the Atlantic there will be special music, and a
services has been arranged for Easter
Coast Line By. sermon appropriate to the day by Kate L. Lucas f
Sunday. At 9:30: a. m. there will
SuitsFor The home of Mr. Snaabel,a worthy the Rev Father Barry, the popular '
German farmer, two and a half miles be plain celebration of the holy com rector of the church. announces. the arrival of ":! 'iNNNNfflNN

Children out from the city on the Francis munlon. At 11 ,a. m. there will be a complete stock of u

road. was completely destroyed by choral celebration and special music, -

and Boys fire Wednesday morning.Mrs. ;. with solo anthem. There will also -- SUMMER DRESS Easter Approachesand .

Paul de la Barre and daughter ; be at thin service a choral renderingof at TUr.rARMZI'S

of Port Clinton: Ohio, and who tho Nlcene creed, and a sermon by a GOODS a
have a beautiful winter home on ,
Waists.M.S. the rector on the resurrection.At we are prepared In all
Drayton Island were guests at the Department to supply the
Saratoga hotel {last Sunday. vespers. 7:1)0: p.m., a specialnew consisting of B

Capt.: Jack Flynn returned home Easter anthem will bit renderedby SaM Silks India Linen, R Dry Goods Wants

from the east coast county on Wednesday the choir with' leading solo parts. Persian Lawns, R w1'w of the Ladle. of
In response to a telegram announcing At the 11 a. in. service the offering IN THE 3 Dotted Swiss Organdies Pnlatki. and Putnam County. Our line of ,

the serious Illness of bl.daugter will be the free will gift of the cdh- R
Mrs. J. D. Rlngham.. u Dimities Etc., n Summer Dress Goods
BROWN gregatlon for the season of Lent. All WORLD
The closing exercise of the Wyles BUSINESS y together with a full line of
seats by ;
Un plain
I. PNreND' and
often shown n fancy
school will occur this evening. Re- w.rehlaIfor I coloring) : '
m.reh.ns or White "
ports from the patrons of the schoolare An Interesting Service. I / eumpetentoalas: help. domeofcor ... I :::: flladras! ShirtWaist Is by far the beet we have ever shown and our line of
6Iotnier I most Blowing. in praise of the mat .uoa.'ul gradMtee Goods a Shirt 1Vsietinge 1 and Ready Made blllrt: Waists will
r Bard the P.. M. of DeLand boy from lh.f rm. unit you aa to
work of Miss Sarah during" Rev Bauknlght Lei lie rail your fan tor lire All who saw our opening n variety. .
past term. will preach at the Baptist church I when pnraotluo and ultimo Lso 1 Come to us for Ladle.and Men's '
Mr. 8. B. Cleveland: of Californiawill next Sunday,both morning and even itra.basleureodlyoui w/ll Audi nut n DISPLAY of MILLINERY/ a

AND trated give lecture a complimentary to the ladle.and In Illus Mrs. ing. The morning service in at 11 ...._.001: \' .tASSE.Y pronounce It the finest we' R Fine Shoes and Hosiery.

Metcalfs' parlor next Monday afternoon o'cloc and the evening at 7d(O. ..SiriLa.COLaLEGL3.MCa'eeoyasrAta. have ever shown It Is :;
HB: :o
Gems' FarAiSne April 16th. 1U06, at 4 o'clock. At the evening service 16 new aronro.e 11'I completo. Leo
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and lasting Phyilcal one hour.Culture Subject of Women."Moral"\ members who were reoeived on Wednesday caaane.,oA. J.ca-o.nru:,' ; MISS e Jacobson'sPopular ,

night will receive the sacrament
Mrs. Cleveland comes direct from
Tampa, where all speak In highest of baptism.If KATE L. LUCAS. Dry Goods and ho e tore. :; :
PQlQlKO D. Flat praise of the lady and her work. g ii'B

I I She bring from with both her press the best and of pulpit.credentials and you see want a good to get COW yourmoney's knook-ojt.worth use Deroe.Fewer Gallons; Wear. Longed tf ; B 2: PALATKA FLORIDA.Ready .

All ladle are Invited. Peek's Pine Tar Syrup. U G cm.N Eema aEaEamEmmc, mca I1MwmmNmme

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