The Palatka news
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 Material Information
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 27, 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
System ID: UF00075922:00017
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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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PALATKA, FLORIDA, :FRIDAY, APRIL: 27, 1906. $1. Per Year.

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niUiit'f! ifnH: Primary Infection In"I'.,<: POPULAR WELAKA BRIDE Capt. Miles Injured. TIMELY TOPICS.The .

lfl "In the Spring Thu following nml p CIcrlcH."r.nn>t ors. I..J i Merchants Declare Half Holiday freight. Cant. conductor John P. Miles ol the, popular Atlantic/ (rood people of Jacksonville,
ed by the' Pemncratla. County.... in Her Honor. Const\ Line, whose run Is between who know how It in themselves are
On Tuesday 21th eleven High (Springs' and Croon Just now bending their energies to
utlve Comm It II', to servo n" Inspectors April lib was painfully
"The Young Man's Fancy o'clock In the niuntliig In the Kpmocipnl but not seriously Injured last raise. a substantial relief fund lot the
and rlcrkH. the
R::1 at Domouratlo San Francisco sufferers by earth-
church, OCClIl'l'ud the moat Monday morning by being thrown t
Primary to bi held May lotl, beautiful wedding' or (he Benson, from his train. The accident occurred quake a.nd. lire. These relief funds
"Lightly turns to Thoughts ofCLOTHES loot!. when Mlm Muiy: O. Bryant, the 110conipliHhed between OCAla and Croon sta are being' raised in all parts of the
1 and| lovely daughter of tion. The train was running nt a country and train loads of provisions
I j CKRSOKNTCITV: Not-H. F. John- Mr. and Mrs. Henry I}. Itiyanr" was speed of nDoiit !BO miles an hour. Mr. are headed for and pouring Into the
ion. Eli MrOrndy. J. A. McCiiRklll ; united l In marring to Mr. William. Miles started to go on top of the caboose stricken city.
: J, Iv. Burton, clvrkOEOHUKTOWN E. Tjdings! or silver, Springs. when the handle wrenched -
[I. : No. 2-V\, M. An- AH the soft, sweat notes of the loose dashing him to the ground. DeLand The trustees of Stetson University
i glen, Edgar tI..nnd'r.. J"hlliloll'fuck. wedding' march wan hHiifr played by Home: 15 miles were covered before which arranged. a fla.n by
entire board 11'11 '
er; H. K. CiiiiHi-v' i'l..rk. Mlsi Viola McJLuod, (hu two ushers, the' conductor was missed and then ,and thus ,
NORWALK. :No. B-If. If Bard Mesiirs Olllr"nlo Greenwood .iiiitl the train ran back and picked him board and the secure$100,000 an from entirely the John new
I Jos. Joiner, Ju.; 8 Ual.; J. Mo Bard Lottie McLf-od, followed by the bride, up, unconscious. and badly bruised. 1*. (Stetson estate conditioned on such
and her father marched The sustained. to
clerk up the nixie Injuries are mostly action. The will
to the ehmioel rail where the ushers hiM buck.IIu University continue .
WKI.AKA No 4-H. J. H"ItB.! B. under supervision of the Baptist
Green, W. McL.-oil ; II, II, Bryant separated. and the bride and her was brought to this city on denomination but the title will
J"fTHAT'S i : US... clerk. rather proceeded on up to the altar, Monday und In now renting easy at not ba vented lu the State
: Baptist
where tho groom clime out of the the home of Mr. :N. O. Davis, where
COMO No. 6-John Biitreity., Will vestry room with the minister and careful nursing and best medical attention Association. The people of Florida
How I Prior Dan Perry; D.l.lJu"'Hlb"rry.:: took llle. place on the right of the / Is being given him. Will generally applaud the action of
opportune then the old board
that to retire.
we have clerk bride. The ceremony was performed I His many friends .are hopeful that -agreeing
I POMONAi No. 6-Jan. M, Tuiflcer by the Rev. O. \V. Ward of Crescent his recovery may bo upeedy.Ihe As the Beef Trust magnates have
I' "- opened i I Holmes Krwln ; ('//ty. After the ceremony \ been set free by the court throughthe
;: our Spring stock of : : W. H. Cook, clerk. and Mrs. Tvdlngg drove to the 1\r'l Children's Home Society. blundering of Mr. Garfield and
SATSUMA HIOHT, No. 7-E. B. dence of Mr. Henry Bryant the law ollloers of the administration -
Phillips, A, J. Payne, T. F. Baker; they received their friends and! During the recentconvention of the. price cf beef cannot be ex-
"' J. T. Brssant, clerk. lunch. At 12t! () they leriu on the the Woman's' \Foreign Missionary pected to come down nor the price
M Kirschbaum Ii BAN MATED, No. 8-N. D dishing, steamer William Hownrd, for Piilnt- Society in this city Mm. C. S. Haneyor of cattle to go up and yet the republicans -
= \t. I Mat Solana. 1r., Ben Turner; J. A. ka; from there they go for a twowe..ks' Stuart, district superintendent of are trying to make out that V
Croeby.clerk. visit to Ht Augustine) and the east coast for the Children's this is a trust-busting administration.
Jacksonville before going buck to Home Society. awakened a new Interest .
: and also ij'I EAST PALATKA No. 9-J. I). Hag- Silver Springs where they will re- among our people by the distribution -
I I nn. Julius Hnnna Tom Mahan ; J. side.Tha of much literature and by To layman. the Idiosyncrasies of
C. Uould, clerk. church was beautifully decorated her enthusiastic way of stating the the law leave a sense of bewilderment
*}\ FRUKKAC. POINT, No. 10-W. B. with evergreens. magnolias ,pleat work now beinir done and the for no sooner has the supreme
Schloss Bros. I ('on", B. B. Dancy, John Wilkinson ; and rosoe. Over the mil WIIH suspended still greater that could be done if the vouit, decided that trust olllclals
i 1I I K. D. Danoy, clerk. .an arch of green and white, society had the money. She received must answer all questions put to
PALATKA HKIOHTH. No. 11-L. T. while. from the center hung 'a pretty over 140 here, but this was only a them, than the trial court In the j
I Dupree Dan 0'DrlRcolI,UhR". Hands; bell of magnolia, and nestling in ,tie partial canvas and Is no teat of the Beef Trust case decides that trust
s W. C. Hargrove, clerk. l leaves. or the magnolias was 'a pretty city's interest in the woik. magnates, can not be convicted on the
}r> Hand Made Suits. PALATKA No 12-W. K. Wattle. ,. bird's. next, here and there along the '1'he .society' Is now receiving about evidence they have given in an investigation.
Ides of the church child week of .
and at
were roses one a an expense
I H. Pinner, Morris :Lemon ; Win
clerk.PALATKA. magnolia blossoms. The bride wa only $10: each. What other agency -
I Boyd dressed in a beautiful blue silk traveling Is. doing so much The following awe-inspiring poem
Finest! on Earth. I No. Irt-H. H. Kent, A. dress with hat .and gloves to "Help a child to find a. home" lathe entitled, "Ban Francisco Desolate" Is ,
I O. Phillips, Allle Steen ; J. C. Geary, match and carried a bouquet of call that comes to each of us. by Edward Markham .author of
I cleric Catherine Mermet roses.. She Is an "The Man With the Hoe;"

I PALATKA, No. 14-J. D. Points, J. attractive and popular young woman, A groan of Earth in labor-pain M
Fearnside T. Danforth, Jaa. Ray; C. I. Kowton, 10 popular thnt all the business houses Works For his Town.One Her ancient agony and strain; "
I Clothing Company clerk. the saw mill .and tho ice factory of the best examples of sys- A tremor on the granite floorsA -
PALATKA, No. l 15-H. Y. Snow, olostd down and declared a half holiday temutln "plugging" for one's home heave of seas, a wrench of shore,
Jno, Uralnger 1'. J. Becks; 1>. W. and everyone turned out In holIday town that this county (or this part of A crash of walls, a moan of
Itamsaur clerk.INTERLACNRN. attire and when she left on the Florida for that matter) furnishes, A terror on the towers and ships;
Palatka Florida. : : No. 16-Win. Millar steamer. Win. Howard a party of 87 Is seen In the efforts of Mr. John A. Blind streets where men and ghostsWhirled
00 J. I. Wlmberly J. H. Wylle; B. ludles and gentlemen nut childrenon Crosby to build up Ban Mateo. by;
F'. Lyonftclerk. an Invitation from Mr. Williams San. Mateo Is a, beauty spot. It smoke mushrooming on theBoors
embarked on his launch 8-vtllla/ and would considered ;
MONROE'S MILL, No, 17-Wm. Ab- accompanied them down the river high picturesque turrets
domes with
and one
healthy delightful village acclaim -
Hii mmRRlllm-WUitli'IrUiWinnmHitIrliiHHHiM rain, W. H. I'ribb. W. R. Johnson
; quite a way, bidding them bon voyage If located In any other state But
.. W. A. Hobbs clerk while Messrs.. Smith and Da- San Mateo la a Florida possessionand 'Turned softly to a bloom of flame-
-- BALDWIN'S, No. 18-F. F. Jerkins, Costa and Charles Williams sere one that the entire state is proud Gone with their dreams of joy and
I,. :N. Baldwin, M. A. Fowler; Wm. naded them with the flute, mandolin of. It is an Ideal location for a home power
S7VUTH The Jeweler Price, clerk. and guitar and the others limited and hundreds of acres 'round about In this dread splendor of an hour!
GRANDIN No. 19-B. E Tlmmons, them to a shower of rice and old the place are finely adapted for
A. M. Padgett, J. Jj. Cary; B. J. Bat- hoes, some of the latter being tied to orange culture, trucking and other Jns. N. Strobhar formerly agent
ton, clerk. the bride's trunk with yards of white farming of the Atlantic Coast Line R'y. at

Palatka, Florida.Just BANNERVILI.B No. 20,-AamnVarnes ilbbon. After a final cheer and Mr. Crosby makes Its advantages! Qatneavllle, and who fled to Canada,
amid the blowing of whistles and
.Lewis Bohanou, E. Conway; known through his newspaper-the was arrested there and brought to
W B. Merritt clerk. waving of flags and hankorehlefs the San Mateo Item-through conspicuous Atlanta, has been acquitted of larceny
launch (Wehnka. them and turned bill boards signs at St. Augustineand !\ after trust in that city. Strob-
BOH'rWICK, No. 21-W. M. Register, back to The bride received bar is wanted in Florida.
received full line of new patterns in Silver. other resort towns and by general to answer
J. K. Ollsson,, W, F. Sweat; B J. a number of valuable and hand and systematic correspondenceand i similar\ charges and requisition papers -
Hancock: clerk.FRANCI8. some presents as well us n complete .
personal hustling. for his return to this state are
Dog Collar Bracelets in Roman and Rose Finish. No 2'J-"3. B. Browning, sot of tinware and cooking utensils Thiough his efforts a good hotel In the hands of Uov. Terrell of Georgia. -
O. W. flecks, L. J. Arnold ; Will for her kitchen. has been kept open through the winter .
Watch and Jewelry Repairing. Cannon clerk.PALATKA Mrs. L. 11, Tvdlngs .and ]Mix Kiln and this has been well filled with -
No. 23-Moiltz Kohl, B. Tydlngs and Mr. and Mm. C. E. pleased. guests. who will come again Capt. Richmond Pearson Hobson,
Win. Ivers, B. F. Hagan ; .Tom Hoi- Nix of Silver. Springs. came down on and who will bring others. the hero of the Merrlmac, has been
den, clerk. the Win. Howard last Tuesday. to attend Every steamer that touches at the nominated for congress from the

FALATKA, No. 24-John Bunl, the wedding They will .spend San Mateo dock Is confronted with Sixth Alabama dlstilctdefeating In
several, days vlxitlng Mrs. Henry this. bold sign which amuses and the primary Congressman J. H.
Diamond Rings. Robt. Cairns, J. H. Ambrose; J. I D. Bivant.Mr. .
Jeffords clerk.PALATKA oauHes favorable comment and whichIn BunkheaJ by 405 votes.
und Mrs Swift have
Fianklyn many canes results. In further Information -
No. 21-J. C. Ilngan, gone north for the summer.
being sought
: at Interlachen.Mr.
Plain Band Rings, all shapes. Silas Smith W Hampton; Thos. Quite a number of new houses are "See the San :Mateo\ Ol'anA'e'rovell.! Wedding .
Livingston, cleik.HOLLISTRR being built and several more expecting Illgb healthy location, UO feet above and Mrs. George Berkelmann
2 No. 20::H. B. Tnnner, to. Houses are scarce here and the liver. Highest point In Florida of Interlnoheu have issued Invitations -
Morgan Clemmons, J. D. Livingston ; In demand. Home one would do wellto east uf St. Johns River Good boardIng announcing the marriage of
J. M. Kelly, clerk.FLORAHOMK put up some nice cottages; they houses, churches, school telegraph their daughter, Miss Thekla Bcrkel-
>tYiYiYrYiWiYiYfYiYi YV'r WNlNNNNNNNm :, No. 27-B. N. Low- could rent them at once. telephone, express; hunting mann to Mr. George W. Buttrlss,
ther, F. Lannpklns, A. W. Tucker Won Her Case. Uniting For tnfoi'motion about : the wedding to occur at the residence
clerk.JO3EPH. and other real estate of the bride parents on Sunday the
T. F. Jennings orange groves
Martin Griffin' & Co. The suit of Nora B. Hart and husband ask Mr. Crosby. ; Mr. Foster don't 2Uth inst. at high noon.
PRICE, nirnlnst the Jcklawaha & St.. know. Depot of Fla. East Const Miss Jterkelmann Is one of the
In. Chairman Ueni. Ex. Com. Johns River Navigation company Hallway. thiee-quarters' of a mile most charming and accomplished
j: Headquarters for everything JJ Attest. for personal Injury sustained by the from the liver." young ladles in the western portion
'": S : plaintiff last year while traveling. on The News Is glad to know that of the county and Is general favor.
:" Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Sash, Doors, ; J. N. BLACK WELL, the defendant's boat, after six days Mr Crosby's efforts In b..hRlof his Its with all who know her. Her parents

> Blinds and all other building; material. j| 8"oretary.. trial In the United States. court at pretty home town are meeting with I are pioneer citizens of Inter
Jacksonville, was. terminated on success. He Is getting new settlers lachen.
..5 Call and see our complete line of J ri l m 1s Wednesday, resulting In a verdict I) and will !get more. Such efforts as Mr. Buttrlss is a popular engineerof
Trip Around the World for In the Atlantic Coast Line. His
la damages favor of Mrs Hart. he is. should receive the
*.. "North Star" Refrigerators nail Ice Chest,*"", Wliite -5S All In one eveningThe lading of BUbee & llmicll of Jacksonville nppHiirod '- hearty support of every man not only headquarters are In this city and he 9

' Mountain and O K :Ice Cream Freezers, 2: the Woman's Auxiliary or ISr. Marks. fur the company, mid S. J. In San Mateo, but In Palutka. and numbers t his friends by the score.
Hilburn of this. city represented Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Buttrlas will spend
church Invite HIM people! uf Pnlatka Putnam county. .
3 American Water Coolers. Ig to spend a delightful evening In Hart. Mr. Hllburn was warmly. con- i their honeymoon In New York and
S Comfort Swing and Morris Chairs, the Heal Thing | visiting five of our various countries gratulated by many leaders of the ,. THE VERY REST RSMEDY: FOB BOWEL on their return will reside In High
: I ::;: whore they will bfi entertained at I Jacksonville bar on his success in TuountBs-No FAMILY CAM AFFORDTo Springs.
5 for Summer time. g each as becomes the custom of the winning this, a most stubbornly '. WITHOUT IT.
; Complete line of Kerosene and (Gnso1n! T "She can look out,but you can't look la" oiuntry. Unlld hall will be the station :: fought case.BHECMATIU I.I .'I reused' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Memorial Day Exercises.

Stoves. S Taaoe %/aTdoee MA"RPORCH where you can obtain roundtrip PAINS QUICKLY RILIEVED.: : and Clairhoea. Remedy as one of the Confederate Memorial Day was
g tickets which Includes meals. The excruciating pains characteristic very best remedies for bowel troubles," observed in this city yesterday In
Agents for "American Fence. :;; parrarra entertainment guides conductors of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly I: says Mr. J. W. Hanlon editor of the most fitting fashion by Patton Anderson -
MAIL ORDERS GIVKN PROMPT .ATTEM: SHADES cto. The excursion will (ravel In relieved applying( Clmmborlalua 1'aln Despatch Oolllu Georgia "I make chapter U. D. C., with appropriate -
sections the first leaving station, at Balm The great pain relieving powerof this statement after having used the exercise at West View'
7:80 p. in.. Thursday May Bd. Ticket the llnlmeut has been the surprise medicine In my family for .several years cemetery. The chapter, with the
You can secure these round trip, adults fit) cents children ana de Ight of louaands of sulT rera. I am never without it" No family can Veteran Association' of the Blue and
Shades at an cents. The quick relief from pain which It afford to be without a bottle of this rem Gray, the Sons of Confederate Veterans -
affords Is alone worth ninny times its edy in the house It la certain to be and friends all joined In the
Shoes, Shoes, a big: stock At Leo oust. For sale by Ackernmn-Stewart needed sooner or later.. For sale by Impressive ceremonies.
FOR SALE! Gapt. M. R. RYAN'SHouse Jaoobson's. Drug Co. A okei'man-Stewart: Drug Co. Tha principal address was made by
Col. d. J. Hilburn and it was a masterpiece
FurnishingStore. of eloquence and pathos.

Improved and Unimproved LandIn Thos. W. Fielding, Candidate for State Attorney. songs graves 1 hen, followed with there beautiful were by the recitations flowers.decoration and of

!Mr J. N. Blackwell was the master
Both City and County. of ceremonies.

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Letter to J. II. Hniiftltton,

Henry Strunz, t tror Dear IrtVe I Palalkn.suspect you'd like

lti'I the tale, haw a woman beat two
Palatka Florida. 7 liui' 1 \ .. tried our best to get those men ,
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= his .1.1n to, null l>evoo leiid-aiid-xlnc. In that

j .Slllft"IIi'dlllJ.1IJIIiI'.I! __IIIIEi.IJ For Sale "' h..pt bright town ; and fiiilfd. Reluctantly 'l
Real Estate .f. i4t took Mr K U Bowman drugglut r,
J K Wi have just rc"elvid a few it '1'hi-y mid they couldn't sell paint
. By H. M. de Montmollln, fur" mom ,than 1.25 .a gallon. Mr.
.. }mamma t'mi. Mho line Mold about
lrllaetRanges d Pill.ltkn, Florida! ..11110.I I punt, that. IIIIH li..mi sold there

andGas Vm-niil. tan W*W'on mtddln L.m"l1 mil l roit; n .. She! knew DOTOP; hid Hold our
tannin. I It ouhl '1IIIck.Iola. iii-tUtH', niKUrliil Had some sense
; Hot Plates : .... god lurellnn. t roo"'o, 101 at.be. gild, free" 1 bnnUvH: ; ehe f...lly learned
good 01.1'0" Hell. ell to KOUA rel\elr, Y bariel11. The Whirl ofr EventsIn thuLch..apistear. | t In imiut, and told
III !tint we Mpnoir.. Gad e.tnrv h.1u... lot Itx10I" .. Inlll." hot end ,Ihrp"ople" | .
rlngnt vary .. und 'A.II, cad 0.0'' 3ru1' Morale rMlntf nh.w. r nnwe"1 Intermit In |
WI roOlIl.hl,. flju r"If. Nahah cold welur. wlndlllill till pnmilHr i r,.in I HIP. No ahor mnniwniunt, hoe tar Hurt Young bought a gallon
!1lfoI'! ii ni nt tin olllce uf "lJ 'Isreu lot.rntlne0' on t'mm.ttti._l, a room lot 0"\10. 311a11I3IlltelelIpl11Paia l boon r..oello. .Isle" ItN ila|iliice.111,1,1., and.tine recent wl..1 m-aml"I I)"voo lor rooms. that hud always
IOt'ulion. 0,111. nopld 1 h"1011011 takHii iv gallon of ocher paint; had
fine Wt end 0101,11301 ern .
G. Loper Bailey I'oll..non, roon. .hniw. .. .. 'Inn ', "orr'1 The 1o.n.I. "I'yr1"Ill.lIlIlho.._n. lu.lf 1rtMrK. I
Ojxliui( art lotmlon.VuantlotM lit ante, homily.11.1ortnnl' ; a,1nirllel1,13.'I.udy H. Miler, J.uler.J painted

I & Co. M8I1PPOM"01 ImllloU!: .n..IAnd> o river with line.nleiir",t"0011.""" 1 IIolw..n', Ue.t w"" "-.r: liwaye: l i men ahawethe' rldoa who i ExcelMlor want I taw: really piirtloularo..Mr.Detba). and says It goes further -no

IIOI..B "" tOUtla' ima E. O. EARLS, .
aompletadlnl Hanna thought
..... grocer
\ call Hull,, look purol"weAloe .Jan II
Ililntka 'la. expensive before he bought it
nt them. .. North Ind, 10 x114'3.' good tiT r.pmon 81. ;
M 'ROllllllo'
T.o" blOck half. of his
iiHarly (mint,
An tI,. Ham "'01'"- von' run bnllding 1.113. .
. care ferm 01133 mllo from ally, undr Full lln<' of Shield" Brand shone at mill /IIlit was the cluBpent job ho
rxHinlnon NEW WATI.R Five ,
rot pnnllr.rugatahkIe. ) > had.
wlm alncu; 3me11111111,3 allod Jacobson bhlelJIlrand; nho fialways HV* r
. IIEA'fEU that ww 1..1 l /la- reo } .
.etc beer, I ;Mrs Bowman reports unl..r..IIIAt.
sated nmnv ppmoim will eeveml. fine flunky I I"Rln. rrrlle or 330 luturtlon. tio much for a ch..ap>-
- I end a grrat ooiiifort when tor puriwulsnl. pitlut town with a bright woman fa ft 4
used In poiuixulloii with AttentionrCo. D.! It. Your truly

their hint,h. WALL & DARSEY, Y"UlU hfift', ordered .f the Armory. Tu-&''lnv, l\f1J\ l Ir lit l lTmi 3)4) New YOlk

( .. Pol1Ilka I G03 [lI I !1I r & Dentists. khnkl: o'flnik untforin.p, nrvlcr"'., IIt.p.ollllll hat l ligirlngs' In Albion- .L.-I)..v-reux-: of-Jacksoitvlll -

.. havt-rsnck 'I
II Work.a Arpollllt b'ltand b"yon t. ponoho ..
f Ul'hig.Iud Crown of'V. was a. visitor to home folks here .
fly order
fuel Co and c/lnte..n. H. c..or.r.IJlfR, several days t during the week

II.J Om'e In Fry Block, PaUtka. Llel1' Com' 'Ir. The Newt' '|1 a. year.; ;-
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THE PALATKA NEWS erently naked Goil's Meaning on the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. -
standpoint, was Impressive
people, tbe army made Its Jstofc
; USED TO from Its .
Entered at the Palatka Then there was play for the masslvene

.. mall&ble matter of the postofflce second and visits for the ndults. A The Postl buldlD..badly damaged FOB STATE 8INATOR

01.... day among a happy people.At operating room was a To the Democratic Vot PtDo.n 001 t
night tbe young folk wreck. Power of every kind was de I b..by.nnoo.cf myself
: Published at Palatka Fla., on the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. M atroye and there w.r no lights, el- for ]>."fom. this,the TwtmtyBUtbBonulxirlnl

; Friday byKUSSELL Fowler" at a party in honor of Q UAKES or electric. Neither the Pal- I wliili to thank you for the..r generous and
Pratt the teacher and her import you have given ma In pant
ace hotel nor the St. Francis was destroyed .
.. VICKERS.W. aollult your vote ut the coming prlmurjr.RKPllKSKNTATIVB
who left
the following day for as fa as the framework goes, Very .ooPI'M I.YBILL..

I .. A. IUSSELL. EJHar! bom. _______________ but the Inside plastering and decorations .

Tit State W. C. T. U. were greatly IN LKQI8LtATUivtS -
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( ( ) Metropolis Has The business city from .

OUR REAL ANARCHISTS. Convention.Editor Market otreet to Mission street and To the Democratic VoW'ol acmiilklnM Putnam rot for
I boraby announce .y.lf
Here are words that should be PALATKA MEWS: Shaken Often from the bay back was almost com R.p."ttv.IJ the Legislature luujuut

: writ large and posted up In tbe mar- Having tbeV.had the privilege of pletelJ wrcke .pprvalln coining pru.ruaI.w.. F. .R'8n Work on the Farm
tending C' 1'. U. the Fast
ket place, In storennd shop, la school held In Gainesville three days of building In Muteo, March Ht..lo

and church. words delivered San Francisco, the city ball. Is almost To tb Dttmoonitld Voter of Putnnm Do'fnUe."n.'J'hl. Has Commenced.The
They are week, I would like to tell your in annouiu-u that I .
some time ago by Rev. W. S. ers who may be Interested In totally mined. It cost from $00.0 ( t Ropreiieiitiitlve' In

work of that body, something to $7,000,000 took twenty-five the l"gIHI".u.ln b. o..dlh..o RpprotiohliiR prlnmr- farmer will Had that new implements are need.
Italnsford of New York. .
EVER KNOWN for our
IM >
"Will we never learn that the what was accomplished at that construction and was surmount bya los port., If nominated ,1""ful, dior will"r ed from time to time on th See us for the
And I would first like to speak of dome 832 feet high. ]was tougbt my oonHtunt purpose to work, tin* .

;, briber and bribe taker are social hospitable reception that was to be very solidly oonstuc luterwtti of tbU county and the e"tr., sf510.Yours. implements you need. We the best and our

traitors? That they are the real an- ed the visitors by the good<> Skyscraper and Other built substantially brick the WILLIAM, very A. ItUBHBLIi.Oretwent are low. Call and thoroughly inspect our
hat beautiful little () prices>
.., archlste-the moral anarchists of today city. walls covered by Interiorof City March IAtb,11

: ? They are the real! traders In with Its fine Court House its Magnificent the dome was decorated with expensive To the of CountyuAt ine. .
fully paved and o"k. haded Dmorol' P.nam
frleuls I have
flesh and blood-the who I In Ruins Fires Ar- marbles taken from the Pacific olol"Uon
men more Its handsome brick store cleclduit race for tile I glHlature,
than others are defeating and (In not one of which did I see coast mountaIns.Another luul raiipectfully.nwr atikyouriiupport. I irelwlml
any Dynamite Earth! I will, ,labor
very building, which you may rest HnnuifMl Unit ;
For Rent" sign). Its well fiDe
betraying the hopes of mankind the best IntHruutM, or the IIII>HIM people Rod Its generRlalr of of 1868 Described cost over fGO.O Is the splendid bo fnvor of tha nillroml I loninilHHkMi. of 11,0prmn.rY
;. Itinay be tbemultl-mllllonalre prosperity makes an Ideal 1 low mill::: otlit-r nttWHurtm t.i i like l",-
Mark Twain. tel erected by Mrs. Herman Oelrlchs port to our pmiplu. but' I nm cippowHl to mnymhfina
trying to buy his way Into the United convention,, and two were In
luiulu mtuht l>erecklemly
t somalI the publlu
on fashionable Nob hIlL Oelrlchs,
States senate, or It may be the there last week and another one } expunUetl.ourn' ear.' trulv.To .
expected for this week. who l Is a daughter of the late Senator if. A.:B. auckasams.

little store keeper trying .to gain unlawful About forty-live delegates ] disastrous earthquake Fair has shown fine taste In the Architectural the Democratic Voters of Put tin in Oo.Atthe .

use of the sidewalk In frontof present at time W. C T. U. : over so large a part plan. of Fairmont, the appropriate aided tooaiilu nquviitof ask your MIIIIIV support frlHiHlH, I Imvw the coining ue-, -

his stand. The one tries to pur- from all parts of tile state, and PaclQo coast region and name of the new hotel. Seen primaries..n.ncitiull
chase the courts and the voters; the with the fifty or more such an extensive: from the bay this structure, with Its five Hlinll nupriH'lHte," ,. nlHlHturii the honor"III"or I ,, ., ..,"n'-I

other tips the policeman. Neither of the Gainesville Union. city of San Francisco classic outlines, makes the beboldertnk welfare, of thu county :The : !IN myplatform I =*= .-
: : -
notable! body of women which of a Greek White and of principle I inn I In lever of .
them perhaps sees the enormity of der the able direction of the of these catastrophes tmple. gutit'ml proarena mul linpro, ,'nitmnttt nit fur -
western metropolis, lactul it looms busy mar UN ,,' I am lu fn\orof K(otl resetsetc. I : itx-m .
his crime against free government. President Miss Minnie Neal of : houiwaiiUbetter 1 = Jhaaoy '
fuvor of new court
the wholesale I uiu a
great ,
Isn't that fine and true? Bribery, Land and her corps of olllcers odds the most damaging. places dtrlct in.bool.etc I am oynlimt iMiiidliiri, l .
through the business of the ; the municipal au the crwde business section pic of Ilia 1 ,uiu au l"r>t
whether it be of a legislator or a Chinatown which by the anYthing too anY''lor'Mlv.etc. Let. Drugs Chemicals, Druggist Sundries an -'il'!
with a vim that called forth the to permit tall build- trsque think riUtbefie ,, : before. nctltiVeilo ,
policeman, whether It be by use of stinted admiration of a because of the fear of way fast disappearing owing to tbeencroachments \ not pay our county ., Hchool co"ml..lonor. Patents.

money In itching palm, or by official conventions.On of which bad al ] of commerce and the '.K.. enough. iH-llnve for I. PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFUL.LY COMPOUNDED
for lure 1-* county
reel tux >
free pass Is anarchy. Let that stand, the afternoon of : Finally the dwindling of the Chinese population .ml ,Rvbool conl.I..lonlr., o.d 11 1-V mill fur I FRESH SEED. ..n1 Mallory SWamahlp Lb. I I
after the White house-nIl O.RDB1
out. Let It be printed everywhereand bon women adjournment proceeded, In a removed. however, Other imposing[ edifices, many of EtHMl roads) ntitoftbe I lr5usIturoe.d: ; otherwlHetnn : .: + .
resulted. which have been more or less severely to make the .
echoed from and skyscrapers county 0.,1.1011" --------- -------- -
pulpit platform
attend to -- -
and pre s.Butsee. by Mayor and Mn.. \V. K '[ there was hardly a Injured are the Hotel St. Francis, the levy,not.any lfrowartl'more \ ...tp..lbl.. I sys-oppOHttQov. FOR STA'I.'S ATTORNEY.Tothenemocratlovotewofthe .

their beautiful home In ot five stories and Palace) hotel the Hall of J1Uce. the i lent ofl belntf too hanty and: UHIIIK of the
how Dr. Rainsford swings jalnesville. and there there Mutual building the Pacific Mu- r people' moiiev without proper contiUlerallou RlHblh Judlo-, European a
pent a that height. Today
I Hhould g".Iow. I believe In u\ery trust Circuit of the Slate of Florida Restaurant
the lash and with
Justly equal sting social hour. teal Life building and the Callaghanbuilding. In capacity of Htate
Ightful; stories high and quite thliitf to IM carenillv connldere .u.mov HHVtnu nerved you
upon the backs of bribers as well as On Thursday afternoon the twelve to fourteen The greatest property damage lug in any dl.etun. and etc. AI HO favor I nmopi theBuukman A"oroy.lnc"July.. A..D.lVJ.n,1 to.UnK thstyou I Furnished
economy. | i .
bribed. tots were treated a oarrlagu resulted In the manufacturing district >od to .hol <''ommi._loiier. lilrtnffout have repreMinied Suite and dlscharKcd mydutlaH.

They-the rich men and corporations All the carriages In town were of 1888, about 10( o'clock and the greatest loss of life In the co.n'Ih.:County cnvlc... .uid behove they 1 aollclt: your Votes at the coming prl-for Hot and Cold Baths
.tiould publlo voadaJAMKH for the
and on
sitioned the party were mIry Mor..y
who buy legislators and Judges to the city bad a seismic shock the tenement house distrIct b Respec1fclhv' yours, the l'lghitb;i r:: l'\n At
new University ,,
M.tjHKtiflstR, Hr.HotlUter mnopectfull', ,
as well as the petty bribers of the which Is well under way ; and its high structures. It The chief street of the city l Is Mar March. BEN*. 1'. CALHOUM.

I constabulary-they are anarchists, through the oak-shaded earthquake since 1868, ket, running diagonally for matfy miles. To the Democrat I tl"of Putnam County t tI I respectfully, announca am'a cam.1-I James & Varnes

enemies of the republic, traitors. view the hall<1Rome : or nine blocks on the The destruction of many of the department hereby ,.Vote.I will be a ,' data for the office of ,* aBl'o for the ,
,other parts of the town ( ) the ground was stores and otter business blockson for of the Hoe'. of a.p..n.."'.' In Muhib Judicial Circuit 0011".0
Read the words over again, cut which are almost palatial. Market and Mission streets was almost the next Horlda Legislature apiiroach-, of theConhlo. of I andenbrrfuitc PII&(1a. Fla.
several Incbes. hug t rlmarleiand rospocif.hiysoulcltyol.r sI.pport. Levy and Put num. X conceive the faithful I
.tem, out and paste them up. .Kil ing to the Court House square of 1808 the tall build complete. Fire added to the horrors If elected I promise to look after: tilebeat I dUolmrKO of tho dnU.of the office to --- -. -. -
alighted and gathered interests of Putnam County nnd the beaftacrodobllK-vtlun to and. If the
hers and brlbedanarcblsts.IN Forty of the and as the water SI"L
fearful shaking and .Ituaton with the nomi
a of Florida. lour truly. of the circuit favor me
the new W. O. T. U. fountain mains had by the D. WlLLIAMII.McMeokln .o.r pledge them that the Intercut of the
from there after the singing of occupants were made bn burt shock I Fla. April flth. loot natonl society fthall not through favotor Iii DeliciousBon
the fire department was III
WEST PUTNAM.A al well known hymns Tbe structures were helpless neirllKonce: of mlue. 1,:tm. FIKLDIKU.Baarke. I,
their homes. ever since that time dames ate their way along MarketItret KOlt COUNTY OOMIMMIONIH. Florida

On each of the three been so much question and other fires started In differ To the Democrats of Putnam (County i if To the Democratic voters of the Kltfhth .Judicial -I Bons

Happy mid Prosperous People our stay literary .. .. blgb buildings of mod- of the city. otflcttof beret County announce t'ouunlutiloiifr' my caitdUmry Putnam for the Believing Ulrcutt: that of my Florida thirteen I : years practiceof

arid Farm were given by local talent in -tbat Is, buildings of As the earthquake occurred but a Oounty for District No. i. and r'.p ..I""y.01.U law, tonether: With ;my exuoileuce as aprociu'eutiilg and
a Pretty the your support In tIe" l attorney, fully nt me to dls-I.I.
ditorium of the fine brick little after S o'clock In morning.practically .pro..hlnM .
and of I. therefore
facings I marl.. If elected to this you c'llltl'IOl tbe duties of Suite A.tur"'y.
Country-A School School building which were terra cotta or stone. the entire population was In to give t I.dut'. full heed anil do mv, utmost at the request of many frl..d., announce Chocolates
enjoyable occasions. to liiteie-ts of the county m>-self a candidate fur nonln..to.
Picnic.To the dual Do Young the proprie bed Men and women Mse wildlyforth we all love. itevpei.t f u lly yours In tutu Democratic for
On : tt
Friday morning \ :
of the Chronicle who In their night fled In W. H.VLDI.J.KPomona ". :ney: for tbe: Eighth I JtluhlelidlrctuIt of Klorl All Home-Made Candies
those people whose homes are Ing was held; officers were rb. ,Fla.( March 7th, _'"'' dn. 10mln".I.1 pledge. mvitelf to eour000'1)1 ,
,- closer to the river country where the For the ensuing; year; and the In this respect. He panic through the Many were I ( faithfully dl..

laud Is a wooded flat a trip to the business of the convention was from the munici caught by the falling roofs and walls, To tie.Democrnttc\ott be n candidate, for of Put re-iiomlnatlon mini ooontYII maintain thedlutilty duties of and the office honor and the to court.help Something uew added

western part of the county will provea med up In the following re fourteen years ago when and In the poorer districts the tenements -for tin otllce of Oountv ComtnliailouBr from JOH. M. HlVKHH.Gnli.ei every day.

revelation. There the land Is high which I hope you may find erect a ten story bouse collapsed like eggshells, crush- District No, 1.,of and Putnam take thin(Oountv method lu tile of comIng tmk- \llle, Fla., March nth,iwW.,

and rolling with alternate valleys print, and that they may be It waa believed to Ing and suffocating their Inmates before Ing your primaries.uppor.promising that If reelected L. A. SMITH
and hillocks, broad cultivated acres, every home to which your undertaking because of they had time to escape. In many to )ou.I u. I l.uIn I thepusti FOR TAX COLLECTOR ,
woodland and lakes that for they show for 'hanking, you nil for jour generous To the Democratic Voters ot : Lemon
numerous St.
( penetrates fear, but Mr. De Young cases fire finished the work of death support In former eono.t. I 11111. [ hereby recipactfilly nIBh.cfor'b Palatka.m"mmm"mmmm".
sparkle In the sunlight like diamond the 'V. O. T U. stands-"For patching the victims as they were truly your,*, a candidate for .
'.. settings In a cluster of emeralds. and Home and Nature Land." set an example: of W. I'' AlLaN. 'lax Collector of 1'utnsm (' "ny. subject)
other wealthy men who pinned still alive under the debris. of Putnam the of the Democratic primary.
Democratic voters
It Is a pretty country and that Is oert'f" To the county .clo.
REUOLUTIO.Y.Preamble. : tall buildings. To arrest the spread of the along At the Intjtance or manv frIends i Impede- I all my friends for their pant favors
and when down to
_ sure, come Ire ,
you .-Rejoicing that to my..11 IIH u iimlUhie, for anti many, klminesttes 1 and a continuance of
the prosperity view of it you can also 1 make sure that it Is as prosperousas our we are who owns a great deal dynamited. namOounty Ira'District No. 8, and In"- Yours very respectfully\\1LL/HO.

any farming section in the entire children ance to His we cause will renew by striving our property, has one of The track of one railroad was depressed Hueutfullv ratio I prluinrlHM.your mippcnt. I Ifeluited' I in tl I'i piomlw vntiilinDtmtoo ::: : A .

country. Home farmers wouldn'trecognize earnestly to make the world finest structures In the four feet or more for a distance to..0".you 10 the bent of my ruttpHctftillv ability.Yours FOlt COUNTY TRKAHLBER. 5= PAINTS |

meet It In the prosperity road. But were the they farmers to us purer, happier and safer; of three miles. At one point In J. W. ULiseal.Bostick To the Democratic ,0'01 of Putnam County E

-. observing; more carefully the known throughout the .the earth cracked open for a Fin., March Ill,. luou. I hereby my..a"candidate for iw.flonllatloll that will wear, 12
of west Putnam do. To them cit ,
prosperity tide hour of prayer.Wherenn tile king and the of six feet, leaving a yawning To the Democrats of Putnnm' Uountyt \ us li :.at Ilbht =
does not mean a board of vul- sugar I hereby announce myielf it vandlilatu::: : ,, for maries to be 1 on May ifith,' :Wall Paper, Kulsomiiic, gy
the human
gar dollars and great display but it body owns a build- chasm of fathomless depth. tile .11.e of Oountv Oo""I.I.Ir for you for pant nerve co"r..lc.,the and promUe that 1 lIars If Glass and Varnish 3S

j means health and home and an ability creation of Jehovah as truly as stories high commonly The destruction of all telegraph wires, .0 of Putmim (Oountv II "*coming eloteo..o tlod wi.1.. punt.SOil. Re.locl"ly.InLur. 8 ;
human soul, and as the soul primary and respectfully auk jourjup-
to labor and enjoy the. fruits of reach Its grandest Call building. On three except one belonging to the Postal p.t. Iliauklutfyou for pant kl"d".c., I KI>naL. JAP-A-LAC 3g

their toil. And these. fruits come to well-born well-nourished purpose I sites, where Third street union, made It almost Impossible for Very lot,.Democratic Voters Putnam county i =
them in of to pure troltYJ."f'ORHM.putnBm 1 hereby announce that I am a candidate fortne !
portion a sufficiency
communicate with
stricken to
therefore be It resolved that Is located the great tbe city Hall, March 7,
otlloo of co..y'l treasurer.subject to thetutu ; |
all the necessities and DODGE'S PAINT STORE
supply ninny the outside world. The severe Injury of the I
der to aid in securing such the home of tbe To the Democrats of Putnam Oountyt aproachliiK| primaries will ,
of the luxuries of living. They are a for the future generations we to the Western Union and Postal of- I shall beftoaiKildHteforCJom.tyOnMiM.li,- ureatlv ,tippreolate the support of all
sensible people In that they are a ; Young buldlnR. the home loner frol lntrlet No.6 In thu In 1'u in urn county. FRANK & Palntkrt, Fla. 3
contented people and In content- mothers to take. greater neart build- fices, also the Associated Press, greatlyadded primary e.t will appreciate ol'rrolchI"g Melrose, CIa., Aprhilotlt-illlIO. dO"O"1 : =
scientific for Iisuluctetl fur liii ---- -
temperance to the OJfliculty. you your > re-
ment only is found happiness. and in the Sunday school by the Examiner: tbo sponNlble olflce Pl promlne to wont for thebest REOIHTRATION. mm ummmUlmmmm
The News' man spent last week! Pacltc coast newspapers The practical destruction of six: or tuterestsi of Putn..County.. 8UPEltVJKORO.
.temperance lessons thereby i ,. To the Democrats Po.nn"Ooony.I
with the Immenseloss KKDDIXO.
Friday and Saturday. in this country ring teachers to make these handsomely to the eight blocks March 8th,1UM. hereby ""noUI. u candidate
between McMeekin station and Mel- of San Francisco of life and damage to propertythroughout InWrl"clon. for r.-I"mllnlol 0 the otltce of HupcM'I nor
.- rose. This section Is Inhabited by more effective.Resolved San Francisco and the entire To the thmiocrntle Voters of Putnam(To: of RUK'.LrnUol' Putnam ,'oln.y. subject WHEN YOU WANT
that alcohol The city now has Its
being I hereby Announce mv"lf u CI"Utll. forronolulllttIoI to your approval In the approaching prl
high-grade Americans who settled coast region. makes tills the worst to the otltcetif( mnrlus. uatt support
son and cigarettes equally one being eight
there in the close buildngs. of Putnam : for lciutrl,1No. :: 1 b""kh'I: Furniture
years following our utmost endeavor shall be earthquake disaster la American history mit* loner Oountv am, I,vtfully.HKNIM Mattings,
after the war between the states height. major part .4. If noml"ol and elected I shall do PKTKMHAHK.
Home of them came even before that to add Florida to the tea and twelve sto exceeding even tbe historic my unl.t .the best intereKtu of the Pul ut Flu., March 7th, woo. Oil Cloths] Linoliuma
uounty. ThankliiK for your pantsupnortaucl ,
of states that have enacted ot few you ,
Charleston earthquake a Rug
storied most years To the Democratic Voters of Putnam iou
time. They are chiefly from South being nu ruMpectfully I uitkliiH a coatlnuunce, I urn
making It a crime to .t'hl.l. that I will bea
Carolina and Georgia. Here they ago. Yours wry truly, o.tlon.c. candidate Art Squares or 'Vin
sell give cigarettes J. O. fur supervIsor of Keg Into.tlon. -
or ; away HTK.tCKf.ANDtGrandlD : \
have lived since and prospered.. San Francisco has from 'I\I:: im ,
1 cohollo beverages. and Examiner: buildings suter ,March 8th. iuw nominated and eloctwt, U consult]
I Their business is chiefly general slight seismic ., one of will b"y pleasurean,a. well as duty to per Shades
Resolved, that as we totally destroyed In UM many To the Democratic Voters of ( olulullsulonprIlctrlet form ".ohilca ,
farming with now and then a seedling United "Htates' government many other them occurring about a year ago. At No. 4, p"t..ml.uunty'I conscientious UI. mnln"r." 'cU.llg I fnUhlol.no
skyscrap R. S. MOONEY.We
orange grove. They and schools have well and moral right to permit 1 shaken, that time a long article appeared In hereby"omml..lun.r"nnou. for l>. c.ndhl"l"' No. 4, and Very !1' *., .

are supported a Uod-fearing churches patriotic people express companies to ship one of the paperssigned by a pro I rfHpHUtfully auk.yournupport If elected' I In proinUu the lMmocratlcpilmarles. to- Pnhitku Marclt. ,".r..PO\nt) 'LtJ. carry s big line of these goods and

Just the type you would select to fitS ting beverages. Into chief buildings which col- fessor. In one of the observatories nearby serve you to the best of my ability. FOR SUPERVISOR OF RKOlHTRATION. tire making exceedingly low prices noW
states and counties, the tomco. This that there was no Yours very truly To the Democratic Voters
4 your best conception of what constitutes !- new po stating particular of Putnam Oem
_ -. the Ideal American citizen Dolliver ments which bill Is to now restrain before such structure of granite, danger from these* tremors of the BDnDerl.,March 14th, I\ Thl.I..o for the announce oil lee of HupervlHor U.I' I wILl of be HeuiHtratlon a rillIull.tistie -. Undertaking and Embalming

.' They are the kind of people that all should have the prayers and : $:.0.0. While earth's surface. The coast region, according To the Democratic Voters of the Third CominlMHloners II In tile con tin:|{ prlmarleii I and that ]I
this great increasing tide of foreigners \ from an to this writer was newer than DlHtrlctt will M thankful for the support of my fellow -
ation of every I hereby ..noD...my..I.en ml Ida to for democrats. If nomlnat.Hl ]
who reach these shores annually dividual. parts of the country farther east and tile office tJuunty \ of Putnam I promlHe to faithfully aldc'.d,. ..ol WWWg W"oWI
must move up to and become like before Resolved that the He said Dounty from the Third t'oinmlKHluiMt1H I ; the ottluu Yours"r.orm l j"W
press, was therefore people have nerved In v.rb
this country can become as all who have Betlng. strict I you this otHce for < K i."coc.! '
chief dependence of all persons feel no alarm as nothing the punt term with tm boiumt purHih to Boatwlck, Much iS,. I'.
and it Is .
united happy as tax required by the sbouh
prosperous. make greater efforts to gitln work for the boiit1uUnHts or th tiutrlct We Furnish
Last Saturday the southern portion for our work by urging .alt of all retail liquor deal- .. wan lable'to /appen. and, county}., and If UHiilii tii'lcctud for the
Evidently In the will uontluuo so to survo. Yours truly Executor's
of this section Indulged in the rlbboners to clip, and write payment of a small fee. place. KOWXBO Sale.

.; annual school closing picnic In the catchy Items for their local That; the. Florida Wo Golden date region has been doing BOH'lok.larll.t.I""I.) ) NOHTU. NOTWl( \I. hereby given tlmt In pursuance

wooded slope to the pretty lake in pers and ask the editors to Temperance conven some more 'settling." To the Voo. 1''lnBI, Cuitnty* U'riimitnJ "'. of lust Good
front of M. A. Fowler's plantation. the speaker of the San I hereby announce mv u.l teHtnniHiit 0 K. Le.
them In their local columns. Tim most severe earthquake )trrII'\ ? : ; : : fUVIH": :
It was an Ideal day an Ideal crowd omen together OammlMslonur of Utrlct No. i.% :1:1 IIIIH bvuii duly nnil or record
Resolved that one great Francisco has known prior to the present Coutnv MUbJoct) to .h"/ton of the Do.ocreL 01.. of llm&.ounty Jul"o| in Hiul for
women and chlldr..n-al1. harmonious the land Is the voice of : of the Committee one was In 1808. Quite a little to primary KeapfvA.M I.n v, Florlilit, we tIle u, .raluuMlKxttcutoraoiaaklwIII >
neighborhood atfalr with all political social Intellectual : Means, to present the ;'!. oil the <

but one discordant note and that moral Issues, by which the the House of ReI damage resulted though nothing remotely To the Democratic Voters nf Comll..lonor 7th DAY OF MAY, A. U., 11150, Groceries

produced by political candidates ment of home aid childhood for consideration comparable this. It waa the JDIrtrlct No !2, Putnam I'ounlyiI duuriii tIe k'Kul hours of sale on th"t-doy.
However, the people were long suffering 18(18( shakeup that was made famous hereby announce that I will b* a candidate nt thit flout Uiior of the Court 10u"II 1'.1-
helped or hindered. ) for County clmmlssloner for District No. aIn Itkl. Flurhll.ahull for .
and pleasantly Indulgent and Resolved, that the. mission of That the Hon. Frank by Mark Twain Tbe most surprising the coming primaries.and respectfully auk hliiheiit ,,.II IwHt of.r 1 I .r for. cash all of Every

_ didn't balk at the dl,oord. They era being peace, love, purity, ve to Congress thing the genial Mark BIIW, at that time the ,uPPor" all .Democratic voters In the tho fIloa Inlt.orl"IIII"., nltunto, u piirt Dayin
-4 even Invited It. of Florida, has shown dl..lol. Yours vary trnlv. I In I'm Uotiuty In" .pl" In
and spiritual uplift we was the opening up of the ceiling of L. C. S'rEI'UEN (10uny' l"lot It part I. Ulny ttoui.ty Brld.ur
Miss Orrle Pratt who has beet in the cause of temper-
and distribute them Siluta of 'Iurl"io.wht L.
generously. his room the lips of the orifice work- To tho Pemocratlo Vot.of Commission District I
teaching the Ockwilla school this Resolved: that the curfew Introduction of certain Mo. 4. 1"0 In Pulnnm L'ou..y. Vii IiJVh'4 the
winter, was there with her pupils for in towns and villages Is a Ing to ont fro like a mouth and a brick Tbl.t to.nnOlno. that I wi be a can di of""'/_. ""0.ill( Ip. ".rungs M. SH oc.
a last happy time before the Him nance : That the State Woman's slipping through and lucid In suspension rt II,. ... of *cimm UNI'oner I" KflVT KS. or"T.iiri'S" .c.a '
al that should ),
measure we tp.5.
from District No. 4 In the approaching primar
break-up. And all the parents and work for.Resolved Union in con like one -lone tooth on the Jaw of toil,and that I will greatly appreciate the eut. ,. Ooilnty, vlai Year.

brothers, sisters and neighbors were : That the extend thanks to an 011 man. port of all voters. RpO"Ulyol"., thu ilt'/ of tilaaui-Vent coil .1 01 that part of
there too. Miss Pratt has had a good Christian Union Clark for his splen last earthquake that occurred In H.1.Jol.a.' sid5 pi hoime aeilying briiiich tIm run of the
Temperance alt
Flomhome, Flft, April .h".1 In 50
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school year of seven months and all an effort to secure from behalf of temperance. Snl Francisco was In January. boOt I 9h,11. i-ontaliilni a)soles ,"orn,. : Our Goods are Fresh and New
viewed her departure with regret. That the convention ex \01 BO\RU OF PUnI.1 1NHTKUOTION.' 11,0 1,511.15 In BnuFfonl Douiity rI and have
for tbe State legislature n Several distinct shocks wore felt early R,ill rntiiteln:, \ we would like to you
Her real home Is in Munltee but M. N: Newton national To the Democratic Voters of Pltn. ,iou Ir.dor 0.blo..lnH
vote for temperance legislation. In the the vibration ,, to the Kntutu of and them.
inornluj causing I hereby c my Hiidldacy for renomination Inspect
she will always have othet' homes In \ thanks for her :: : 1,11,< Ii. .. cal
cOke OalI l tructj ,
& Resolved : that we ask the tho nf in niiMr. of the 'J ; Block
of all the
the hearts of these people. unions to vote ten cents from and help and Inspira bulhlng. over city. The (County :of Publlo instruction from 1' .ffjt, ;I .to tOW,,g'8' : ,f: >(H,tp, I It la not convenient for you
'FW Before the picnic began there was given us In all meeting e\lef building affected was the St. .) No. the oomliiu: priiuaru,nub- I rouse IA In", Iln II." call order In to
membership fee for the That to the Nicholas hotel. wulch, was severely Joe to your approval.! If eleuted 1 ellhcorutli.ueto : t&ft&tSff: :' 'sea. 'tp.5, t .Just phone your
some political speaking. Hon. Jno we express 'TSS :
furthering temperance labor In the future 0"11 the uitrtt fowl of t4trke No, 84 and It will receive promptand
union and to the citi shaken. The walls In to.ti, rniiKO 12. a lots ,
P. Wall made an address In the Interest Florida. collapsed certain for tie 11..8 ettlulency our public M bound !j by .. ;by
of his candidacy for the senateas ______ so cordially received parts of the structure guests were aobol.,0. Yours tliv. Moore f Spitrkluii ill town'11 0); '"r' : by careful attention.
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also did Mr. Bedding of Interlach- Whereas: Many of the ; homes.our appreciation thrown out of their beds and furniture .. en.To 21 W of ilwl/5 of : I :'out raige of

en, candidate fur county commissioner and newspapers of the day thanks for their untlr was the DemocrntM, of!'hol District No.I. w corner, 4: tp. t range'i acre,.

-- and 'V. A. Russell of Crescent vertisements of alcoholic minister to our com In le.troyed ther was a severe seismic .I :r :)r to'\. ofl.ce of candidacy menilwr for of the re- .Ind.uc..lu i.ens tile In. .orn.r corner of or the"/_,ofthe or 5054 the : L. C. Stephens

City, candidate for the legisla also other advertisements and especially disturbance In Los Angeles, which County Publlo: Instruction; from seS4 tilt In ."u. W. 'p. d. rang l04 ,
ture. I ev. U. W. lilies also spoke tures which should not be reception given the was tills, the :, Dltltrlrt. Tlmnklnu you for And ul'on suu'h elSIe "Iaur.
the local union at the felt throughout the city and for a "Iolor... am Very truly yours etecuto uml deliver I to pur"hu"er "iu"on
for the school. Mr. Josept Hiim- enter the home therefore be J.Itui.iiuaic t'ilIlFs : or
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montree member of the executive solved that we. will choose of Mayor Thomas. radius of several miles around. d"..
committee presided anu introduced homes St) far ns possible the sincere thanks to To the I>'inocrtttla Volor olhol District W. ,
the speakers in a graceful manner. and magazines' which the Baptist church for I yrbor to .c*'.rrb In thla.010001 tlianunlry No. 1 I. Putnam Oountyi A' ToWNMfcNI> Palatka, Florida.
pers of his than other d'"o .,b... I hereby announce my candidacy for rnnomlnation -- Executor, of ;
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There was one feature of the exercises such advertisements.. That we presence .nd until ins tew year* ..lupiNMMid to btiumntbla. to the ottlca of inHnilwr of the Wi.
that this editor will never for however in a spirit of in our meeting to the .r ft .r..t men year dootontpronounce (ouaty BonrU of Public Instruction,for l lit.-
get, and that was the presentationmade publishers and editors lo cease Baptist church for the I It* best dlaoaaa soC pramirlbailloeal trlnt No. I I.and respectfully solicit your situ- (VV* e
church building for the ; ranwdlra.I And by oonnlantly I II.u. fnlllnc to i port I have sttrvml to the haL ot my ahllttv Play Box '
him of five pretty boquets of clude lu their publications With local traaimant U luonr-' II the and I. aln elected will .,- Bal
roses at the hands of five charming able advertisements. .. convention; to the ... Snlonoff hua p..B prn."nc.b a oonalltutlonaldlaeaa -I, ue to .0. Yours 'ruly."rultl"nr.larl Ruffly
young landle at the conclusion ot Moreover we will ... for the use of the au- and tbar fora roq"lr.e-.n- IftW.J*Ht *JuIf. Alley On '
tltutlnnal Uall't Catarrn Cure, 14th,
-: his remark. It was an unexpected against such advertisements the evening meetings; I manufactured irefttment.br V./.( baney Oo., Total,,.: To the Voters of School PUtrlct Under new management at Home
compliment to a very unworthy representative turns being' posted. In public ( the convention 'Oblo U tbe only ..u.'Uu.t.1 aura on the Dmor.l. Ladles play free Study
of a cause dear to the believing them to be ; to those who furnished market. I lafekan Inlroll doaea f.m 1(1 I berhY announce my aandldftcv for Wednesday afternoons
music to drops lo a ( fllraolfy 'the of Coiintv lie, of Public m.mb.o 2 to 6. Ice t lli.TOTi> '
: water. F. O.
hearts of these amid and consider It the duty of Inspiring Buffly 1(
young! women we and mucous aurfacee of the .t.m.I Dltr'st No 15. subject) to four approval: in prop. ducMiiost ftnd lmpMT ya_ .rr*>
young women everywhere.Mr. and municipal authorities to Minith, the faithful I "ol.r. buudraa dnll&ra for any cnaa IKfalla tlMaomlnv .. ., no lMramatw.y avid jt \ -*<>lj_
: Horn mtwd
cy ,
Redding was also the recipient such display on bill.boards or the press who kindly \ Send t. .Irol. and testmuionial. K. B' L.U!:. at L-'U. n"*.
of Ihe convention J to ; .. Putnam April 10. IWti. Dr H DOUGLASS AlK tttsi !?''**IT!*
of a bouquet but he didn't blush *o public places. T. J.OBIHBV*cOt.Toledo,O. H.lt erft, : l.lw rai.n'fr T
much-he was evidently used to that Whereas: III the House. of and! others who fur I Bold b l. prlo 'l. loft ASNEIShtOLTo i.e-la. '11. ;
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sort of thing. sentatives of the United States for the.d.light.convention Take:1. Family on.UpaUOD.I De,00'rtIO' Voters r Pultnsin Co.ely'I .Osteopathl Physician, vI.e tp T .M .UUBW '

After speaking there was dinner;; gress, the Committee on Ways the h snnouluo IbM am a candiclat. for co,Orange, and Slim. =uIMxt'i'aIaII50 rd
of the lb. ,or ma Ases..or end
to the pupils premIse ti nom __ ___
dinner. There Moans substitute, .
and oh I such a was reported a
you a. I bse don"lu .aaJ-
everything known to the cooking art House Bills 8104 8105 providing and the little Mlse. I I you want to get your mODe7'B wor I p.In.1 I 0". ...al Irl.nd"In 10. pan fso,, and(1,5I all Curable DI88SQ -

and enough for an army. After Kev collectors) of Internal revenue I who see a good COL u. 1 1..yOur help Re.peatntily. suocesfuily tet .
Pine Tar e drlgs. Chronic WesrLongsft
for tbelad evening. Peeks t .1. ilnuasin. Fewe GUotu; .
: Mr> lilies had Impressively and rev- furnish to applicants therefor, peal;solloltexi. 08 t. DBo.. "

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: Ii Crescen-Tcity- did splendidly, whistling several "OO

News fine pieces. During the .....enlnlll'th..ra G. S. & RFULWRY
I New H ---- --- ---..- was some danuinfc and playIng' I M. H. READ,

h 7 at lIame.: ; tb-, music was liirnlshed. .

II g CUESCEJJT CITY. I Dr. BellHteln the lady pl.yslclanh by Mr Smith who plnytd the mandolin I REAL ESTATE. The Best Route to
Ie who hitS. spent the part of tlm time and the flute,

|! Departure. [ win locations one find of In It the Florida.an most I Ideal beautiful:Tourists !'rld"y\ at III.t time for A her''eboro hOllle winter flat In mouths left High-on the DaUosta rest. and He WHS'linn.assisted William by Messr, who. Crs.cnt Oily, Fla.' Itacoit. Cltfcmta. oIttiit&tt.lme.xi ( *.

i spend the spot to land. N. (1. played the mandolin and guitar

;I Beginning 'flay i, 1906 | days Ths of town keen Is delight.I' a few Norlhfleld Chester' Norton left. Oil Monday for was One Walllce of the fenturen Wuid'sdiesKlngup of the evening with cent Tho Hill"Howe-Is pretp..rty-"Cres-now on" the mar Ci43', c 3LZ7tI4llt t1".n I GVa f iocta.RoIttcJolle1J .

will enter on Crescent Lake MMSH, where. ho will a skirt and Holing no a young lady
5 This store (ilfiVJnn'tha:: ; 8tb. John8 ) enter. the. Mt. Heiinon school for In some of the dunces. tie dancing ket. LOTS!) "$, !100.>

theStrictly ; J 'I J1lve'l boys and study electiloal PIIA'lneurIllg. young Indies were ..eui rol'. Pnrllculnr attention given to CH1- 2notf.etH Co-Litto. .,
S upOIl I 77 :::"II'os by rail tlom Ja VII ; Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bryant have I Cr..cenCly propnify I

R Cash System The all day river rldocjn the New 11)'lI1ll11.le hllvo been ro"plvocl Issued cards to thp nmrrlmre of their ; with me.When '\ Two Trains Daily North Bound. '

R staiimer Cresoent for the Presbyterian, church. They ,daughter Miss Mary, O Jlrynnt to II I

S of doing b u meR8. ,,c sonville to ; from 1 Is Jack one /were,! purchased by the Ladles. .. Aid Mr. Wllllnm Ii). TvdlngM' to take "" "" ""M e Leave Pitlntka, No. a, C:80 a D.l: No. 10 6:40 p m.
1'1' of the delightful 8Itperr.'n the church, and cost that place Tuesday the :24ih of April atsieve -- -- ----- Arrive 1'alatka, /Southbound! No. 1, 10OC pm.
Our line ofJGROCERIES Florida travel The summer,', ofIi society about DO.. ,, o'clock ... ...., at the Kplsoo-' You VUlt Crtsscent City .. .. No. .10: 0n. m."
R I leaves pal church. Next Time Call and
pl, Jacksonville at 8 a. m. Mrs. U. \V. Currlen who him see

a r every: Tuesday, Thursday and i the winter with her son, Frank.spent M. Mrs E. S. Green spent the d..yal

ru g Saturday, reaching Orescent! Payson, expects to leave for her Pomona last Thursday visiting her James W. Long'sStock
City at 0 p. m. ahls home In sister Mrs. W.: 8. Mlddleton.S. .
trip Is the Attleboro Mlla,.. :
today. Schedules give above to'chanfro without notice and ths
A lire subject
f will be kept at; the and only daylight rids< up the broad, she Marion will li.. accompanied by Miss Qrenham. formerly of We- i of General Merchandise, time of arrival and departure of trains la guaranteed./ ,

picturesque St. Johns. Payson, who will spend ths hahn, but now 11..1111aC/: St. Angus- Meats Groceries ;
Dry Goods
B top-notch of Excellence ,t The steamer has pretty i-ablna summer nb Attluboro. tine, wan In town last week Through Pullman cars from Tirtoti to Atlanta Chattanooga Nnahvillp ',
and offers a delightful Till and Htovewear, damps, Etc. Si;. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant between
outlook sleeping car
R hands !
will be then nnWl with his old friends.Oar .
j and the prices i P1 even In stormy weather.' F. nOK..I'o of San. Mateo. Our prices are right. Valdosta and Macon. Also Pullman Bleeping cars Valdosla to Atlanta 4,
Crescent City Is the candldata for the leulslature: 'and friend H. '1'. Buss l Is still confined -
i oontor of Mi. Hancock Handsome Parlor Cars In service Trains No. and
Lowest. the' or Hontwlck candidate to his bed. Oil t 2 between Macon
orange growing Industry In WANTED.-by ChIcago whnle..ale end mallord..r
: fot VnUloata atd Jacksonville. '
middle Kunrvlnor:: | of lieeixtratlon, ,
were hoiiMe, nlNtant ,
transactionS : Florida. and nmnoHuf(mall or woman)
beautiful I IrJ J. R. Bennett
S But every I be visitors Mr. Chalmon
!! among lending hole IlIlIt for till*county and Joining territory. Salary
I'J groves surround the a8 to lates, routes schedules, sleeping car reservationsetc.
place. week. caught large alligator last Friday Sue and xpunneH paid weekly; expunHet ottvantued. -
g be for cash only, and Good 1 boating, hunting antiaflUnnftrJt morning; up at Luke Oeorge measur %on pi..auit position' lermantunt.No will ha gladly furnIshed upon application to .
11 fishing will nflbid, 5!. II. Read has. sold to W. U. twelve lhiv..tmefli or e.periotuttu. requIred. Spare;
ing feet.
treated alikccourteously. Limo valuable.' for O. WILLSON Ticket 1t. Pulatka.
8 all will be U for epurtsmen. Shot well tliuCrenuent. Hill lot which Cnd .,,nIo.e Write aelr-a"o4 at OliO envelops.Cursmwru.uss rull parilcuIsru Depot AK I

H u Naptha launches can be Be.k. joins Mr. !bhotwell's home on the Rev. Q. W. Rector nnd Rev. S. ?, uS Lake. !;!,. Chlcall', lii.aNost 8. F. PAKBOTT, Vice Prea. CHAS. It. UIIODKS, Os,,. Passnnger A(ft
S I a cured south. 'I'hht White the presiding; elder of thin
S cheaply for water. trips gives him II laiue addi Macon, Ga.
I'J I I UU! Crescent City has good hotels (tion I and inure of that pretty lake district. wen In town last Sunday.
:.I Stella. Mr. White preached ton large congregation Order .
ii U and boarding houses at mode wnter front.Mr. .. For Publication.l --
rate : In the evening.
u rates. '. Tiu-lx'l' who with Mrs. Taibel la the Circuit Oouit Eighth Judicial

J. W. Miller! l U' bicycle Beautiful shadid' walk* and hits been Branding' portion of the from Miss Caroline Bryant came up Circuit, Putnam County, Florida, In ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
1 U paths.Take winter I Ht I the honidliix house of t the Sutherland where she has Chancery.
been school
1S 1 MlHseH lurner, has purchased the attend the marrlngu
II. home on Oakwood Av. now occu.I of her slitter Miss Mary Bryant CandaoeW. Egan, Complainant I 1 Bill for

1'1' Hay, I? k.Knacoaciannrer.rrrr'rirrr'rr'i'piri pcnnmrnmnnrrnrrrrrrrrrrrrrn. .I pied by Jlr. and Mr L. A. Huilbiit. 21th.which took pI lice on Tuesday- the Charles H. EI"a'::.. Defendant. f Divorce..; The Great Through Gar Line From-Florida

I M u ; !Mrs. J. 1'. Appleby's condition lius It appearlna by affidavit appended to .
SS Grain, Fertilizer. rlUu k.! Li.Li.' shown steady Improvement late Mr. and Mrs. Davidson Bryant returned the bill Hied ll.. tbe atov"' stated cause

I'JI'J II I clcu a Li.OLU ,. I ly and It Is now stated that sh" Is from Jacksonville so as to attend that Charles H. Egan the Defendant '
I Li.ILU able to sit up a part of the time She the marriage of their niece. therein named Is a non., sldett of th.
= r.'IjIIrrII1Ii: 1'Jr.1J'II"JIIII:: : :: ; :: Li. I New York and Flu. Special Leave Jacksonville 12CO 8ul1 1.
:li'II'I'IliI ru Li. has hnd II lung! and serious Illness Mrs. W F. Pennlmnn of Bavan- State of Florida, and that he Is a resident p in dully ex <

-- .. tu .; and her Improved condition Is great rnh UL. IH visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. of the city of Boston. In the Commonwealth Flit and Vest Indian Limited Lv Jacksonville 8:05: a in dully.. .

Day Off ly cheering to her anxious husband Henry Bryant. "She stayed until after of Massachusetts and that New York Express leavea Jacksonville, MOG:( n in dally. t
\JrJ'iJ'iJI1I: !: ; lmlmllJlIlIl:! :! : : tfcry
gr.;OClCltJtJCltJlIJ and rulllU he is over the of
v..s. the age twenty-one years.
R ,.. r. r.c aall:: :: aa r.r. r., u wedding.! Chicago and Fla. Limited leaves Jacknonvllle 11:110: u in dally.
and that there Is no person l In the State
If1tJ1 Our new line of ort :! Some time noon and \V. A. Sturdy of Attleboro Mass., The Williams Ice factory Is now of Florida upon whom the service of Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville. 9:00: p in dully,

us/ nw:, look into the merits of LOur who him spent the winter at Drove running full time making some SubpoDna would bind suck Defendant; It Through sleeping. cars to New York, JlilK'igo! and Ht. Louis, alxo new
W5nr Hall left lor his northern home on of the cleanest hardest and finest la tit< refore. ordered. that said 1 non-real.
Gvoilu. tE sleeping cur service to Augusta, Ga., leaving Jacksonville at 8:55 11m. .
i 1111I1 SHOESFor nrj Monduy. Mr. Sturdy has been coming ice ever made and It Is being disposed dent Defendant be and he la hereby required ,
"''M It will pay you. We P to Ori'Hueut City for many yeais, of almost ar fast as It can be to appear to the Bill of romplnlnt Interchangeable mileage ticket good over 13,000 miles of the principal railwayof II I

J11rI onX rn want you' to see our new rrt hits: mud many warm lends among i niado. They will open. up their [lied In said cause on or before. Monday the !Southern! States are on sale by the principal agents. .

Men Women rr rci! !line! of Ladles' Oxford n: the people and all regret his Hiinuol meat market this, week and will keep the 7th day of Mil). A. D.. 1006 other- "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic East Coas -
'It: Ties I
Si rn Patent LI'otJ.'r. fr spring jepnrture. on hand a complete stock of Florida wl>e the allegations of sold bill will be
and Children MB : Viol Kid White Duck and western meats. The Line! also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway."
r :;ij rr Jam a r'ndgott Jr., agent for the company taken as confessed by cold< defendant.
riIt: UL au ru; Elo. Prices twin $1.111) r 1:: Atlniilio Count Line ut this Is now negotiation with an electrical It l In further ordered that this Orderbe For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson, Ticket agent or address

should attract your aU..nI.UL.uu i. I'iU to *2.25 pttlr.rI.c =.11. stales I Hint It Is undeistood tliut point the, company for n small electrical. plant published l onus a week for Five consecutive For reservations and Information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write: '
11101 tion If you are arter the WB can show you a hu;; that will be capable of furnishing.
In the FnlatUa
coiiipniiy' will build a commodious News a IRAN K O. BOYLSTON, Dlst. Pass Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling Pass.. Agt
uu kind that are guaranteed :t"S Rood line or Clems' 1'nnts. ti. slHliun' lIou"a lit the about twenty-five lights. :All these newspaper published In said county anti
uu to wear well.Ve can't uaUL. r; :; that we are selling rrom S:?: the present' summer junction lu order during to bun Improvements will mean a great dealto stats. A 134 West Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida. ,,

rjoj; ; alford to keep any other kaluI LC 75c to ':161)) per pllir. ri. rtmUliki'HS to handle" the increased Welaka. and will be u great convenience Witness my hand aud official seal this W. J. CRAIG Passenger Traffic Mgr Wllmlcaton., North Carolina.

jI kind. At the same time :f ,1n 1i.I: \Ve hvn new !KOtIg, ,(I, rili.r.to.. oiangfl> Hhlpinents' for the coming to all" those living In and the HHtti day of March 19011.
have endeavored to com coming In weekly. We around town.
we ; I1rl; season (Seal) JOSEPH PRICE, -- -- - --
1/101/ blue style _with wearing/ .; i.ri: ..lI..t a small. profit. We ::: Clerk Circuit Court.
uu qualities and lifter you LIILfl LII .r" Agents! for ISw.'rtria;; Mr. anil( Mrs. \V. P. Lane who LAKE COMO. H. I. COXE Sheriff's Halo. Sheriiru Hale.

;iu have tried on 11 pair. you nuQ r. : Orr Overalls. roc FL: have spent, the past six weeks at Solicitor forComplftlnant. In Circuit (Court Fourth JudlHnl.. (Circuit In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial' Circuit,

I3 acknowludire our sncj LULU ----.---- Jrnve Hull left for their home, Ar- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gates our, In unit for Ht. John Uounty Klorldn. in and for 1<1. John County.E. .

iu j ce8.iu 1i Li4 FM:i ington. Must., on Monday. They most popular winter /guests left Saturday -, E.O. Pointer Fertiliser\ Oompnny.1aUoiporiitloii. 1 1VH. :.O..Painter Fertiliser Compnny.
:1101 rIll will time Notice of Petitioners to Adopt Etc. Etc.vs. .
11101 i LU I"Ie stop lor a enrcutu In North for their home at Brooklyn rBy a Corporation.

| Of f Course Everybody g| LULU CONE "e Jarollna. Mr. Lane feels that he Ohio. Mr. Oates has caught hundreds Children.To (''harlny U"orll'. Chua.A. Mlddlitton and George O.}
h..s been greatly benefited by his of fish this winter. In Lake the Public: virtue or. Bxuoutlon liumed out of ThlKpln.
ii.1'1 .
:iuu 8 j "In these dIK lngs" knows LU.LIJ rIrlI stay In Crescent City and both he I'omo. He has bought lot of Take notion that the Circuit Court In above ontltlml,cuso, Bylitue of un execution luimod out of
ncCTB Io quite a on Monday :hoHrlngdnte:: INth duv of Jnnimry' 'hunt tome nnl l (*cult: Court In above entitled: caunoIwnrlnu
iu how we excel I In t:: a.; The Shoe Man lor; and Mrs. Lane expressed themselvesas land here and Intend. to erect a fine 28th day of May, A. D., 11)0(1) ( or as titreettti.. I Imve' \levtiHi upon tho following Unto' Roth day I of Jnnuarr,A, D., 1WM.
I LII; __ charmed with the place. They home In the fall. soon thereafter as we may be heard, loHorllMKl property lying nnd bolng iu Put- to me directed: : 1 I Imva lovlud. upon the followluKUeNcrllwd -

:l1.J Groceries.New I rrJ in I I LIII LIII t hope to come again next winter. Capt. Gary left for his we will file our petition with the mi N in J4 County of n %,or r Un nw'!tdu'ye,,niul to-vtltt HwM of nw V* of In Piitmiui. Coiintv; pioiwrtv, Florida I l iyltg, to-wltt and being

IIIJ itsin I LII Crescent City, Fla \\l News was received on Saturdnyofthe home nt Cleveland' O.Tuesday Honorable Jas T. 'Wills Judge of the ".,,.,,;ill, TPH. iu H.. H. ft. KuMt contulnlntf.. OUiioren HW 1/4 Of HO 1/4 Illlll HO ", Of ew IOf HOC. 11,
mid seasonable Rood i: I LIILII 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In more or It'imoiiu' gray horHuuiio utf* 1'pe. I lo,H. ItniiKe V7 e>,SO acres luoro or ice,
3dH death uf Miss\ Margaret Wight on mid htn"nttHH an tho prnporty of Chnrluv .
.II! ; nrrlvliiK dally You can niJ 1o MM ,, tIok which occurred. on the morning of Mis James lockcroft, and children and for Putnam county for the adoption UoorKe iJeruiitliint, 1\\111.1\I i .. Name itt IIH the 'pioperty. 1 will of Hell. Cliufl the aiiiuo A. MUldleton ut ptlhllu' auo 1)0fendnnt.

ciu depend on Frenh Orocf nes JJJ; that dllY In.a New York hospital, as and Mrs. Sago left Tuesday furtheir of Harold Albert Bennett and public:: auction: nt the fioiit door of the tlon lit the frout door of the Court HOUMI, at
Oourt HOUHB tit
Puliitkii, I'utiium ,
home nt Northport L. 1. They Cecil. Arthur Bennett, minors.OKO County Pnliitka Putnam County, Florida. betwuenthtt
at .
he result of Miss Kloildu,
.1.1 nuG c ---- - an operation. between the legal hours uf stile on leital I houi of Kiilu on the.
will be greatly missed and we hopeto F. DJ1RI :1/1 c Weather Report, Wight will bit remembered as the THM FIKM'fMONDAYINJ\IAY,
IN lUOtt
them back In the fall. HITHREI.I
EirgJ1 L. Ghambsrlin's sister of Mrs. W. C. Norton and Mrs. see early the tho
p aiiiuo being Tth dnv of mid'' monthtti .
CreMenl! Oily temperature ror tile week ending the name being the 7th dny of mid month
::1/1 April 21HI:, IWWi.: E. I). Williams of Orove Hall. and The Epworlh Lnngne held a box Petit loners.Palatkmi the. ''ff."I" ::: ::,:ImHt blilder I for vntU andultttim to the lilifheMt and (best bidder for unuli, tundUpon ;
.j.1 Crescent City. *"C. Vox.I )lIn.I he daughter of Rev. Dr. J. K. Wight social at the The Fla Friday, Aptll :20! I. A. Iwluti niiulu I will tniikttavxuutitu mien Htilo twlng niiiUe I will ninke,eseoute
: parsonage. gentle-: nud dullvvr to tin* puruluiiwr or pur .
jnI fur for 1>.. IDtlfl. and deliver to the puicluiMer or
: of Ureen Cove Springs. She spent l the boxes '.111'......II good nnd Bulflclnnt, J>*ied to untilpioperty purcha
men bought at Silo' box ,
and! deed mild
g CC c c c u a uUQr.r 4 I April' 7 a. m.2 p. m.8 I' m SI hrnal hn pet E. N. GALHOUN ern n goiKl ullluleiit to
r r. r.n r.n c c I t. S"nertv, uurLlnnter or nuichiiHera pnyluyR
Monday. OH HI 1.1 K: IM ngo. MlHS Wight was principal\ of 'There was a lack of gentlemen so Atty fur Put Ion era. 4t. III' flC.HOWELL Client! for 1111.
-- -- 10. 'lue.duy.. 611 711 Ml II I the FelIx Adlur School of KUilcul: had to ,kluaKO. .. O. HOWE/, HherllT,
I i. V.no.day.. 117 ,0 Ml 79 U many buy two boxes. A neat County Putilum County, Fla.GEO. .
\ "'.. ::5. lluirsdiu ", Iii'i' IF IXa. Culture In New York. Her death Is"aevel..blow little sum was realized which will NOTICE. P. FOAVXKR!: P. FOWLER. I
IN\nN\N\Ow" Q"1 Friday.. W 711 WI 77 (iSO. to her Immediate fiuni.ly be used In buying shingles for the pIulntllTM Atloruny. 8-UO-Ot Plulntllfi Attorney. 8-00-Ot/

.bamrilHy. W 711 63 la HIE ninny' of whom are In i'loilda parsonage. Notice Is hereby given by the

Fresh Garden SeedFor 1 \' I). \Ml.r.lA\H ub.orvor. ind tu .hi largo elide of friends her Mr. and Mrs. Board, of County Commissioners that Order For Fnbltcation. Executors'! Notice:
Palmer and
I death will bilug great sorrow.W. Stephen they will provide separate ballot In the Circuit Court Eighth Judicial

tLeSpring a""' .....""' .....""' ................... T. MoBher of Marietta da., Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.for Wright their home Palmer In New left box: at each precinct on May 15th on Circuit Putnam County, Florida In anth NotIce lwlflweBhall( "" Ishnreby. given innKe that mulct on return Monday of June ouravoounla i I
Chanoltl" .
whloh day the primary election Is and voucherS aa exeoiltora' of the
lust here about
J : and Social. $ spent tulldny looking York state. held, for the purpose th,.t each qual- Mary Conty. Complainant l"to..1II nud tetainflnt of Edward K. Jenkins
Personal ) .
PlantingWe he town During the years of 1H84HH5. Dill for deoeaaed. ,and apply' for our dlHohnrKA o. BuohEXOOUIon
: Mr. Motdier was an employe of Elder White led a very Inl ereaU"fprlly..r Wed freeholder may express. his wish } EDWARD. JENKINS,

.............""' ''''''''''.....'''''........C he.' Potter House, then standing' on meeting In tho M. K. church as to whether a new court house shallbe Henry Ctunty: Defendant. )JIt Divorce. ALMA J. FOStER,
have everythli'r:( you J. \\'. Mnull client n poi.tlon or l lust t I lie block now( occupied by Messrs. Wednesday evening. built or not. This IS not a binding appearing by affidavit, appended to Palatkit, Fin.,Deo.91, liwo. A.
Neal and vote, but one to get the wish of the bill filed In the above staled
want In thla. line. week In Piilafkrt.. Smith LaHree, Russell Kpworth League meeting was heldIn cause
I ind whluliwiiH destroyed by lire In 5!. K. church Sunday evening./: the freeholders. L. O- CAKOVA.JOHKPH that Henry Canty tbe defendant therein'

Henry H. I'on! per hits returned to tin, HprhiK' of 18811. For the next two PRICK, Chairman Bd. named Is a non-iesldent of the State, of Notice of application for Tax Deed UDder

his lioine In PhI adelphlii. veurs Mr. Mosher was In charge of Clerk. Florida and that he Is a reuldnut of Augusta section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of

Our "NO. 44" will cute Mm- J- J. Horton luft for her\ home he grov$ property of Mrs. C. Lyon Often The Are la the State of Georgia; that he Is Florida.
herd In the spring of 1888.iU Kidneys KIDS! over the age of twenty-one and
Chills and Fever. Hendache, 2> In Altleboro Muss., lust FriJuty.J.J. envlng years Notice la hereby given that W. S.,
visit last Sundsy' was his Unit that there Is no person In the State of
; ::
Colds and lUlllousness. went to Pwlntka onTuesdny Weakened Over-Work. Notice Is hereby. given that the Middleton. purchaser of tax certificate
Try" McUrady cull since that 1\1 r.1I0h..r by Florida upon whom the service of Hnbfiean -
return year.
Board of County ComniUsloneis at No. of 858 dated tbe 4th of Nov..
bottle on business lie spent Wednesday would bind euch } day
230.Lound's. wim murrled at the Potter Defendant It la
I In Orlando. IUIIMon' the morning of thn day ItnirneU I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.It their next meeting; to be held May therefore ordered that said non-resident A.D.181)5. has filed said cert 111 oat a In my
Jth, 11)00( will receive bids for build.ingthreum -
office and has made for
dowi n. and was at St. AuguaIne used to be considered that only .. Defendant be and he la hereby requiredto application tax
Drug Store f i Mnntcr RObert Hutehlimon I spent on his wedding trip when he got urinary antI bladder troubles were to be on bridges.One the Palatkn nnd Btarke appear to the Bill of Complaint filed deed to Issue In accordance with law.
few d8 in 1'\J\olllllaet\ week I Iheguest traced the In Said certificate embraces the following
I a lews of the fire. Everything that to kidney., road. One across the canal on the said causa on or before Monday the
I described In Putnam
of Calot Shlnn. he and hU wife possessed except the but now modern County road between Florahome and Tth day of May, A. D., ll>00! otherwise prop erty
Crescent I Florida
City, Flu.StJahns Miss Crosby of San Marco spent lothlng necessary for a three or four J science prove. that Urandln. One on Ktonlah Creek at the allegations of said bill will be taken county As to nel of swj, to-wit section: 3, township

"" e/'I! -- several d-iys here last week the days trip WIM burned and he stated nearly all diseases. the crossing known an Tlmmoiis' as confessed by said defendant. 12. range 27-40 acres.
looked blue. But he have their beginningIn It Is further ordered that thIs Order
guest of Mrs. Chas. S. Uowen. lint the future For.1 on Pulatka. and \Voldo road Tbe said land being assessed at the
done well. He has a the disorder of be published once a week for Five con-
lies lurosperoilebusituess
the Board reserving the right to reject -
date of tbe Issuance such certificate In
) Rlvrby Daylight. Sidney Varnes spent two or three at Marietta and ,a delight- -"b these most important any or all blda.Speclficlltlons seoul ve weeks In the Falutka News, a the name of E. S. Boblnaon. Unless

Tho Beach days In Palalka this week. He ex- fill homo. Mr. Mosher Buys that the organs. for brlcl 'ns at uleik's' newspaper published In said county and said, certificate shall be ledeemed according
& Mei Line work soon. ot today Is a vast Im- The kidneys filter state.
,I peelS to go there to Crescent City oltliie. Attest: Josst-H PKICB, to law tax deed will Issue there.on
un the town of I the old -: and purify the blood- Witness my hand and official seal this
a' irovemeut Clerk Uonrd Co. Coins.
SUumur CREBOENT, 110'V.' C. Norton l Is upending. ... that is their work. tho 2Hth day of March 19011.I ( no the 30th day of April A. D. IftoO.

Liv',' .lUkOflVIIIeO.TU\
J"1 biuI.y. 18SO: $. m. for clreaii 'ove, and ulster at Orucn Cove Springs. The V. I. A. entertainment. out of order, you can understand how Clerk Circuit Court. this 21st day of March A. D. 1006.

Unllin: : *;.,'n"0"lt: City aDd principal W.y Miss Jane Morse left recently for quickly your entire body .is affected and Notice of Election for Special. M. I. COXE [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE

Returning I.....Ore...,,i olt"0" Wed_ the north. The other members of Time muslcnl) and literary entertaln- bow every organ seems. to fall to do its Tax School District. SolIcitor for Complainant. Clerk Circuit Ct. Putnam county. Fla.
d 07'. Prldoy.and MOn.i1., "U .. m. to follow In a few mont given by thin ladles of the V. I.A. S
:IOCboOVlllo.b..rf. foot,!Lanra Sireed the family expect "ifyou In of the ------ --
; are sick or feel badly, begin oompllanrswltb' a pinion tmtronn
.I.phon. of lust we..kWIle
M. TnesUtty evening : ;
day. k on Dr. Of Cental School No. 8,Chap idTtt, 800. i. laM
Peiti.' wharf, mol of I.no ott > success. Tha taking the great kidney remedy Vlorldurthe' ) Board or Pnbllo Instruction of
Mr- F. M. Payson Is making II Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon Putnam' county hereby ordwrt n election to -
iteady recovery. from her Ion* Illness irogram' which we give below, was on your kidneys are well they will help be held on. the.:: Iwth day: of May al 1000, first, tidoturmtne ,

A. D.TORREY.Undertaker anti l Is now takIng dully cllrrlllKe ft good olla and the house full of peo- all the other organs to health. A trial crlbed tnr said whuth. .oollllnll.ludl or not tho Income, territory a Hpeolnl den*

rid.... plo was greatly pleased with every. will convince anyone. Tax Hchool IllHlrlot; uuontl auto( shall be tbeBchnol Over Half MillionSATISFIED
If are sick you can make no mistake Trustees for the two miceemllntr Y.artOthIrd ; a
and Embalmer. Something more than a do n new II u m be r. This was the program : you by first doctoring your kidney. Climber: of mill* of District I 'lax to belevIoul
voters have been registered! by ". and oolleoted annually' for two yearn.The .
P".I.Th.Vullfolllll"d"cl. of
Full for the comlllg primary I. Plniio. Shies Mol'll" MI..l.tit1s' Morse-, The mild and the. extraordinary effect following:: flamed |per.oIt.> : are *MiolnteulnHootorn |
: :
Caskets and Oofflus. Squire inthtan Love Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great I |) of the shave cItation I : Jan. W.
Telephone election.Mr. I. Vucn' Nulti-An Mrs. Jeeit, (. lrWllimio: kidney remedy, is soon realized. It Shrftnge:: <'t :rk; Ltik: Ilaufthmant" : W.N.Csnnon.uuuitoators .
chili the ot 9 clock ft.m .
.... .. open poll
P. Hale. will 8. J'hll'O' B"1 ititticrtly. for its wonderful cure. think such business could be built and
and Mrs. Chas. stands the highest end clone ut p.m.Tha you an enormous op
cRESCENT .. M.He'nnNorlon.!
CUT FLORIDA sing. a duet at the mornln r service Vo'ul .' ".1-0 I of the most distressing cases, and la cold election I : I be held at the flfhonl Hoimo. continually Increased If our goods did not have exceptional value and merit
churth next 4- ;; '' ... .. "Br.yASK.sas merits all '""* L.K. IlICKHt.Huoretary.: Do think could the trade of half million if
-- In the PresbyterlHii MtyItig, r.itl'u:! ;:: on its by you we bold a people, our
-- ::; :: ilma
Hundav.Mlns 5. unnoi.-l.n.ld. ., ; druggists fifty-cent .4. reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established
M. 5)1111| lUihitot ----- -- -
Fly -- -- I and one-dollar sue '1'' Do think U. S. Senators,Foreign Ambassadors Bankers, Business
-Crescent ontfrmlii-d, III e. Vouil' lo.-"Blrillln- on the UndnnHumy U.Sepia BAIr.ay..o..Ae M. HlLLIAH you
City Transfer Co. Eva Lyon J Jcardson 10'I
last Mra. Hulo. bottles. You may and Professional men 'in every section of this country would keep on using
Thursday eveiiln :, Trio:- :HolliaNe--- Mlai Hnlen' Nor.t bottle ._
T. lino I have a sample "'_. HAYNER WHISKEY If it Wa D't all right
Mwts all trains at Oteeoc nt City Juno.Won. week In honor of Mr. and 2itrs. Chiw. ion. .Him moIu-'YOtI' Jane xomo Ahohitt", Ml.>.. l.ramu: .. Mor<.. by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use It, If it
Soafti ((1. [wpm) DAftlY i CO.
Night trains Thomas Shlnn. :. .Mr..Jo.eheCarhi, W'liiiaitiio. bow to find out if you have kidney or wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated
by appointment. and Mrs. J. 8 Church mid Mrs. .. .llIlloll-'I'h., LIMhlnlnO& ( hod I>'.,.on.or jladder trouble. Mention this paper Just think these. things over carefully and then lend us a trial order.
Mr. .. ,.. ,
.... .. Ut 0.50. Usshi
R. M. LADKEE. Manage Mildred 1 Helllavegoneto when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Bing- Your back if are not satisfied. '
E. H. Smith, 11I,1( litll Voealll..I-ltlnO( ale 10 SI.p.' ..... mFire money you I ,
Dllylon, Beach to stay 10. Mr., and| Mn. Uao| iBinton.. N.Y. Don't make any mistake, Insurance:
mt remember the Swamp-Root. United States I'D.'..Waihlnrtoa,D.C. ,I
for a few d ys.Mr At the conclusion, low cream and and the address "I have found Hayaar WhUkty exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purpo_." .
W. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
B. 8I10TWEI.L ,. Maull nnd Mra. Oeo. Neal at- cake wort served to ..11111,1 the even- Dr. ,Binghamton,N.Y.on every bottle. Leading American anti.! Fortiigu! W... tf Sf__.

Builds Row Boats ended the meeting of the SratoVu- Ing's pleasure. closed with _uuU1berof U. S. Senator from Nando.
In Corapaaieij
a.p"lro ",lIn'a Foreign Missionary. society the music of Preston's
boats dances to
buggies and makes all week. "Thou Shalt; Know the Law "
IMS P..latklll..t; ;
of wood work his : Tlio total receipts of thaiiilerUliimeiit
repairs at shop pianola.
'Drear of his MEAT MARKET. Mr.. B. !M. I..,Brp brave an "st Forewarned Is forearmed;" EVBRV- Accident Insurance: HAUlER WHISKEYA

Crescent City FU. hoi )"" on Wednes.lrt.v afternoon ofastweektothe ,_ __ wersJNWUO.WELAKA BODY'8 LAW BOOK, just published
SStl.ractory ladies to rn.et Mrs.Uhas. tells you what your legal rights are
alt Prlo.a. work guaranteed at mod. Thomas "Shlnn. NEWS. and how to maintain them ; useful to The Travelers of HM! ford

business men nnd mechanics, marled FULL $ EXPRESS
Miss Lillian Applehy bee quit! Mrs. II II. Bryant and l Miss Mary women and single women. -3:12 ,,
Eggs For Hatching. teachinlrforawee' or two IDKt she. liryant wtlnC down to Fiklatka lust Thousands are spent yearly by people I Life Insurance:

with her molher.. A sub- Monday. who ought to know better and 'w QUARTS & PREPAIDOUR
Fr">n Pure dilute tins been employed.' would If better Informed. Old
Barred Plymouth Book ; per 'teacher H. Packard Is spending-lh Every The Reliable "Oerinanla
Netting of 15. Sl.OO. Mrs. ,V. R. 8nundr hav. week, lu Jruk4oiivlllH. boy and girl should of the be taught l law. ; thegeneral OFFER w. wilt seed TOO I" a pislu'. sealed em. with' so
will''' principles Thebusiness
mSvedto here th" Lif of y.jvy Y. !
'V..lnk ? > .
Mrs. PC marks fo how ??? ?? POUR FULL QUART
Q. n. Prevatt, make their temporary home for an Mr. ,and Mrs. Hivldson Bryant lire forms will enable you to BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB FOR $3.20. and wawU

Sevll.e season.Mrs. spending sontK lime In Jacksonville draw legal documents, wills, leases pay the express 010....... Tan It taoraa and aarapl(t.bav.your doctor
_ FU.I. indefinite who Ailing frleiuU.II agreements., ete. Reference to ltd Marine Insurance: ..11Il. I yon with. Tb.II TOO dosS find It Jnat aa wa say
Dim and companion who pages will tell you when to !go to pft" ."tl.lor..blp back la na AT OUH EXPENSE and TOUT
-Q. In Ihe AI'- H. Smith' of Niixliui was court and when to avoid $J20 How seats any offer falrar YouiloQ't
.. : havs nocnpled litigation b .t. b
Spcn.oer7Dentist. : .r"rtm""I. lust Kdwards Is p.onap"
before by
leboro fl..r, lIur l a.t winter shot week 1 Price $a.no) In law style of 1>binding; The .Leadim Cnmjcinies: risk .

loft for their m-rthern burn la.tweek. ImprovlnK. I2.0 In half :Morocco binding; ex- Ore for Aria..Cat..Cot. 14.ho.M..1 Nav.N M".Oro..Utah W.b. O

Mr. and Mm.. J. O.! Clark of Newslk pr..n"'l1"' paid on receipt of price I All Claims PromptlySettled er, "y .. emit ba oa tha .. .j for *..<. br Ljipr.- .. _
--- or Quarts tot SiLSO,by jrr n( _
m-."1 a.I John end liar t two little N. J. giiv mxirty' las ruemlnylilitht ( took agents should. write for terms. .
< anu.on Vrnapiml StroeU Ml. St. their Write adios and do It NOW.
( or bidding Adrlms Illtrlicofk
O'-oeniClty'' honm In New "">> means Publishing ou D..I
_ riord.apartment | .. boys left l week.r their She xp"ot"' t" many frftmls. K"otl! by.' bt't<"'1' l I.YIII' Company 40 Eighth avenue, Mew ..

T York l hut ..he \\111\ /nlZSS ror tlm non It, which they did on Ynrk.P. I THE DISTILLINQ COMPANY r
I In UEN r-F rl, -d ;;;;; ItAlu !irfune-.rhre7.. a inutit..our, FrIday !Inst During tile eveulnur' S.-Mr. Benjamin W Hitchaock Oflloe IS Front Bt P.u.nA. ftTWG.ti'LA1S ,
tI,5 .. Q Dayton, O. St. IssUe, Me .St. rulMlni -
t Attlehuru house. and hair dresser kwn- they gave a phonograph oono rr and the president of this company atla.1 .
n, \ "onv.nlenawi.( Suitable for chiropodist toilet artloles. and 'tis Mr Hmlth" of Pomoii treated the '1. osie of the oldest and best-known te..Ie'! Inquire' .at A IBTw..0I Caumuxn.IIM. .

* ", tw0 persons.. Apply F. M. Log a stock of parlor for gentlemen. party to 5)tti5, whistling which h. jnbllslKirs In the United States. the "Saratoga, ---- -
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The Palatka News Will Picnic: at Welaka.

f -- Blue The and Veteran Cray has Association decided to of bold the We've "Lifted the Lid" of Spring Wonders !

M 0M Its annual plcnla this year at pretty

dE". Ready City fiappeninfl and Welaka Tbe steamer the St.:Crescent John river.has been

chartered to carry the old veterans
Personal mention.
For eJ and their friends from Palatka to the Come and Take a Peep!
t1H0ArMtM40eAAtw!! picnic grounds but the date of the
plcnlo has not yet been definitely
M. O. Osteen and wife of llolllster
The -
ranged. steamer Is just nowbusy -
were visitors in the city Wednesday.J. hauling the potato crop from "'-

J. MnQrady, a leading man of, down river points to Jacksonville .
SpringBusiness Denver, wa a visitor In the city and just a* soon as the rush of carryIng "High Art" Spring Styles are on
Tuesday. out this crop is over the date of
the picnic will be fixed upon. It and long to have
S Messrs. AAron'and O. W. Varnes will probably be sometime betweenthe hand you'll themon
of Bannervllle were visitors la the l5tt and 20th of Mar. ;
city Monday. This ought to be a generally attended your back when you see them.

Major. Q. O. Westcott of Crescent picnic excursion. Welaka Is
City Is spending a few days In Pa Florida the most beautiful spot In 'r Every cloth, every cut, every cunningturn
latka this week. situated on a high bluff
overlooking the Be. Johns river. endorsed by the mode of the
In the
Arthur Wells spent Sunday The pretty town has great wide-
city with hla mother, returning to spreading oak trees which furnish
With a BigAssortment White !Springs Monday. ample and cooling shade and there hour. You never can tell what sort

Arthur F. Lane of Huntington are long shell walks and a park with
of .! +::; ;fit ,'" of suit is likely to stand
benches. a
one of the biff orange grower of that tra1 i1 r j, ,Y; ; "' 'r wear unless
tho E. S. Oreeu representing a com ;; }j
section was lu city Wednesday.Hon.
The Celebrated mittee! of Welaka's leading peoplehas : r'' get a guarantee. "High Artiti' "
J. H. Harp..of Crescent City invited the old vets to his town rr F :, a: you

Griffon spent the guest a day of or his two daughter here this Mrs.week R.F. and The they veteran accepted.association l Is composed '.xtiy' V'r''
.Auams.W. of the great; body cf lid soldiers : after
S. Prior of Lake Como, one of In this county who fought In ':1.. : {;: ; them, and stay right you wear
the best known citizens of hill sec the great civil war on both sides.
tion. was a business visitor In the They gather In full and fraternal :s them. The line consists of the latest
BrandHand city Wednesday. fellowship on the occasion of these
annual picnics and there Is usuallysome styles and shades in Chevoits
Capt. H. Y. Snow entertained a goed speaklngond always good yErtr'a ISF x :: ,
number of his young lady friends eating i .a': S.I;
Tailored Suits l last Tuesday afternoon with launch Let all who can accompany these ::ti' 11 Tropical Worsteds and Serges.

ride on the river. veteran soldiers of the blue and gray ,

For Menin M. M. Vickers spending several and help to make their excursion of t .1
days thin week In Tltusvllle In at- 1IKXI-41, years !after the close of this ':r Price from $9.50 to $22.00.

tendance upon the meeting of the greatest of modern eO'1tllctsImemo
orable one III their lives of .
district conference M. Jo; church peace.We --
won't have these veterans withus '
Chevoits south.H. .
r Serges, many more years. Let us make We Showing all the Latest Spring
are Stylesin
and F. Johnson of Urovesdale, their last days their best day".
member of the county democratic The rate of fare will be low and
'" Worsteds. executive committee from PrecinctNo. this, together with the date, and the Celebrated HOWARD HATS.
1, was a prominent visitor in time of arrival and departure of the

These Suits town yesterday boat will be published as soon as -
are One of the most exciting and Interesting Judge Coxe, chairman of the committee -

made to Fit ball games played In Palatka them.on arrangements has fixed .W '' The most complete line of New
this season. took place last Monday,
and have when the O. K. Jr's defeated the "55e- r COLUMBIA SHIRTS Collars
everyappearance and
North End's by a score of 0) to 7. Stelts-Hagan Wedding.In --- ,

of Rev. L. R. Lynn requests the Neva the presence of a large gather-\ :.: Cuffs attached and detached from
to nay that the engagement which of relatives and friend at tI:80o'clock ftl. T ,
the LestCustom had been made for him at Live Oak Thursday. evening. Miss Nellie Josephine : INC
for next Hunday has been postponed !titelts and Mr. William Hor- $1.00 to $2.50.
Made and he will be In his pulpit as usual. ace Hagan were united In marriageat
the home of the brld 's parent,
Clothes. St. Monicas Catholic church will Mr. and Mr. Isaac R. Stelts, on
take a special collection next Sun- .
Water street, the ceremony being -
This Spring's Patternsare day In aid of the earthquake and Impressively performed by Rev. J. -
far thisIs
lire sufferers California so
F. Bell pastor of St. James Methodist -
the only public aid thus far arranged -
Episcopal church South.
for in Palatka. The Wedding; party entered the
Especially Fine.: Mrs. Jos. Legour and Interestinglittle parlor to the strain*of Mnndelashon's MEYER
daughter Ethel of Brunswick wedding march, exquisitely rendered
r Oa., arrived in the city this week by Miss Mabel Bassett.
and will remain for a visit of several Th. bride was charming gowned
weeks with Mrs. Legeur'a parents, In a dress of white chiffon trimmed
Then we have an Dr. and Mrs. H. C. lirannen. with Dutch lace. She was attendedby
her sister l ,Mis Marguerite Stelts.as HERBERT CROOK Manager.
The date for the annual inspectionof maid of honor. ,
Elegant Line of the Oem City Uuarda him been The groom was attended by Mr; .
changed from Saturday: night, April Chas. C. Neck. -
28th to Tuesday night May 1st. The large double parlor were 1
Straw andPanama An Invitation Is extended to all. A beautifully decorated in green and
big dance will follow the Inspection.New while the hall .
white was very prettily -
Hats additions were made to the decorated with bamboo, ferns Our New line of WE \\\\\\t\ \1 ta MAKES OLD

membership last!Sunday afternoon of the Methodist at 4:3O o'clock church and Following flowers.' the ceremony a recep- g :SELLS \\\\)\ \'" 1\\\. THINGS NEW

which we want to when three young people were bap tion was held, and an elegant supper Spring and Summer ',.,, .. "' ,-
deed in the pool at the Baptist church served. r
It will miko sad furnlturo' look ill
woodwork like
The received your plino now br
Show by the pastor, Rev. .1. F. Bell. young people many simply Molns oar tho surf... with a sloth moutonod with the V.no.r.
you. assisted by Presiding Elder 8. W. costly and useful gifts, and will begin Dress Fabricsare \ A IIn.. rl,San d.. the work...11,. It I. n.t. v.rnl.h.' T......I.. no drying
Lawler and Rev. Win. Stones. house keeping Immediately in to wait, for. L.... battle enough. to renovate the ordinary homo, too.NSVVVVVW .
,.. '
this city. >vVWy..' WV\v\\vv N\\\'\\\''\\V'''\N ssh''''s n.s, \"""w+N"""'''''''''''''' 'S'\
Mr. Wiufree and her daughter proving the delight of all customers. The
This have Miss Katherine returned to their
year we Well Entertained.The .
Kentucky home Thursday morning patterns are BEAUTIFUL. For Sale bvAckermanStewart:
placed in Stock a after a visit of several weeks In this visiting; delegate; to the 25th
city. These pleasant people made annual session of the Woman For- They come in
Big Assortment ofTrunks.yTraveling many friends during; their visit here,, elgh Missionary society of the Florida Drug
and all trust that they may come Conference, M. K, church south, Brenton Batiste, Dotted Swiss Muslins,
again next season. all seemed delighted with the entertainment i
furnished by the local so- : White Dotted Swiss, Organzines, Silk
A young; colored lad named Gray
. Bags and wan drowned while fishing from a ciety. Organdies, Solsette, Lucia Crepe Company.
dock near the Wilson Cypress CO'8mill This was especially true with the
delightful river excursion on the Mercerized Madras and
Suit Cases- last Monday. He was missed ; !
traced to the dock, where his hat steamer Harry Lee on Saturday afternoon French
and the reception st the Lawns.
the water. Em.
, This stock is was seen floating;on
r ployes of the mill recovered the body beautiful Hamm on home the of evening Mr. and of Mr that. H.day.O. They are all being sold at CUT KATE Prices. I

larger than is shown after some work. The Hamm. residence wus beautifully -
Judge Jared I. Wlmberly, the decorated for the occasion! and the Then we have a big line of Gay Brothers

anywhere else in democratic war horse of Interlachen, aflalr was. mostdellghtfully conducted Shoes for Men and Women. # ,
together with R. D. Baker and J. Jo;. throughout.On l- I
Palatka.Of Matchett the same place were in Sunday the delegates and people ) We shoes.
can save on .
the city Wednesday These gentlemen listened to an eloquent sermon you money

have Just returned from Jacksonville by Rev Dr. Pasco In the morning, a Fine Line Straw Hats.J. The Leading Grocers of East Florida
where they had been summoned lecture on "Our Work In Mexico" by l =
on court business as witnesses. Miss Elite Tidings in the afternoon I

course the C. J. Parmley, a well-known and and an address by Mis. Cobb of Ma-
' ti highly; esteemed citizen of the cou. 0...., In the evening on the workof J. E EDMONSON.B. Our stock was never more complete than now
in }
the Cuba.
all know society
People county, residing at Rivera, died at and
that place Wednesday evening at I new goods are arriving weekly.A .

by this time that 6 o'clock of paralysis, after an Illness Potatoes Moving Fast. E. Bond Co's Old Stand, Both Stores j few of our specialties:
of two weeks. The remains were Shipments of potatoes from the 1m
brought to this city and interred in East Pnlatka and Federal Point dictrictg Ferris Hams and Breakfast m!
Oak Hill cemetery Thursday afternoon have been going" forward in Bacon,

BROWN'Slay (treat number during the past' several !! - Olives In bulk Pure Olive Oil,
day*. These districts embracethe
Duncan Bohanuan was a business
ofUnderwear visitor in the city Wednesday. Mr. territory running close) to the r cccccccc cc ccccccccccc 1 All the leading Brands of I
Bohannan has just been appointed riverfront little north of San. Ma- r, git
resident manager\ of the naval stores teo to Federal Point and the potato Cereals.
operations of J. B. Woodburn at acreage In this territory Is estimatedto Miss I t Whole Wheat and Flours -
of be about one-third that at, and g ,
responsibility "
Bardln a position great;
but one that Mr. Bohannan Is adjacent .Hastings.. The potatoes a alsoPillsbury's
to undertake and along the river front generally mature I
fully competent Kate L. Lucas i ift j
carry to success. in from ten days to two weekaearll..r 11 f Gold fledal,
Neckwear than do those at Hastings[ and 'I
John D. Rlngham; and John B. other Interior point That Is why Il !:: announce this arrival of ::!i ift Obelisk and other
Flinn and family have expressed a these sections are now shipping vast oninplule Btock u
a of
desire that their heartfelt thanks be qualities' of fully matured potatoes Brands of
Collars and Cuffs extended through the News to all while growers at Hastings have li I I I P' E 3: SUMMER DRESS | Flour.
those kind neighbors and friend been compelled to wait. Ilif I I
who came to their aid with loving The steamer Crescent carries out
and sympathy and kind deeds in their great loads of potatoes every day y | GOODS | Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies
1 recent bereavement through the illness from up river points, and by the end ,
and death of Mrs. Rlngham. of the present week the bulk of potatoes i u:: consisting l of B ever brought to Palatka.
Hosierycovers Jas. H. Fry Clarence Kennerly on the river front will have been Families who useSTRICKLAND'S
ft Silks India LIucii.
shipped. The steamer carried 400 rj
W. A. Walton and Hteadman! of Breadare
the experiment farm are shipping barrels from .Jo'ederalPolnt on Tue. ft Persian Lawns :i

the wants of large\ quantities of celery and other day.Returns In from the Its fast friends I Dotted SwUM Orifiindles, a } BOTH STORES
truck this week. Lout week Clarence are coining It's worth YOUR while to try It; also
Everybody. And- Kennerly shipped two car loads market now and these have teen so the Strickland make of Huns Pies !:: I>lmitl H, Etc., I'J
from his own farm. He has a very favorable that there Is no longer any Cakes. Grooms' old stand CentralLemou
:y: together with a full line of n
That we Lead in promising crop of cucumbers that doubt but that the East Palatka andf'ed..ral Street :
LemonStreet. ?
will be ready for shipment In about Point growers are "strictly. ft White lUa.lrns Shirt a West End.
In It". A telegram on Wedeaday
10 Low Rates to General Conference
days. ternoon told of the pale of the total y Wal.it Goods. f ffj a PAUATKA. FLORIDA.
r SuitsFor Mrs R. S. Mooney, president, and consignment of a bait dozen men at M. E. Church South.The [,:t All who saw our opening a
Mrs. .f;. V. O rooms, secretary on behalf fij 20 per barrel. Atlantic Coast Line will sell
of the local society desire to J. B Roberts who I Is shipping round trip tickets to Birmingham n i? DISPLAY of MILLINERY f -

Children, thank all who assisted in entertaining I about 600 barrel from his farm two I Ala., on account of the General Conference 3 pronounce It the finest Wli ::! -
the delegates; to the recent annual mile down the river, told the News I of the &. K. church south -- - -- -- -- --- --- -
;' and Boys meeting of the Woman's Foreign yesterday that the potato farmers from Jacksonville for one fare. plus 3 have ever shown. It l la Is n ""' The latest Styles' in
Missionary society in this city. along the river district were making 25 cents. This amounts to $13.10. complete.z Just
Especially do they appreciate courtesies money this year and mistake.. Correspondingly low rates will be Sn received $I Spring and Summer
Waists.M.S. from the members of the various -- - made from other points. The return MISS
: churches, which were so cordially limit of thou tickets will be June 3d, Fresh stock $
extended. but final limit can be had to June \ KATE L. LUCAS.srrrrrrrrnrearcSrrerrrrrrr I Millinery.
80th by depositing the ticket with a S
The people of Palatka are soon to
be given a treat in the shape of a the special agent: will ah Birmingham. u B ofGarden
ba at
Information given
lecture by Dr Andrew Hledd pr.Ident ticket.As $ We want the Indies of Palatka
time of .
depositing; .
of the University of Florida.Dr. Seed to Trlm-
Birmingham Is such a short $ see our pretty line of
Hledd will lecture here on Saturday -
BROWN Methodists sued Huts
I distance from Florida many ; also Hosiery, Glows
evening May 12th.: The lecture will avail I
I throughout the state 1- for nnd Neckwear.
i will be free. Tim subject wilt be Announced themselves of this cheap rate to visit FOR 8ALK-aooU horse wagon $
next week, Dr. Sledd Is harness, saddle and
riding bridle,
The Atlantlo a
oue of the most graceful eloquent Yo'Unl! M.n'Train Coast the blur Line Is the shortest and quickest irood farm or woods horse will sail;| S j Spring Mrs. A. L BOWLES
: ClOmier speakers in the entire south, and Pa for nUll I no. route. Through sleepers. and I for >li5! wagon new, been In use 1 Planting ,
latka should give him a big house. Thvrn's room a.t e. rend mliirr' '. In ,month. Address Box 418, PnUlka. '
it. dente and LIT hu.'..... houses oraches will run through to Birmingham $i Central Lemon St
Five members of the Knights of for 7oung mrn with" ': prod aoud provided a suClolent number Fl 4-27-Zt \ Place your orders -
AND Pythias were Inducted into the mysteries .bu.ne.a rsLeIee. end wkotS' luuelO.rey present themselves to warrant the $
.nd ''II'' It .
: of Palatka Temple No. IK, we wait: furnfek on. )you,e with a..obtains running of coach coachCB. leav.Ing Just received another shipment of I now. IiOit9F.1VANTED-For Its th e P
Rathbone Bisters, at the meeting last : SommeIA: tnbdnq, Ibal will! Jacksonville at 8:06: p. Ill. In addition Ladles and children low cut (hops. $ log; during the summer Light driving
GOlf s' furni! her Monday evening. The exemplifiedform 17 ploooroa cope wit ln a p the<.MtU.pr.>n>blom tmnmownfiil.of the to the sleepers; on April RUth, Leo Jnoobnon's, PopouUr Dry Uooda : i and best of our* guaranteed. Uti"
of .ceremony was employed: and lin.r bam..nttt world. tVrttooar May lat and 2d. mid (Shoe: House. | City Drug Store. .pon.lble party. AddretB P. O. ItoX
the work most Impressively given. .-rM address. faro. ",*. ot.oaroowluKua Frank: C. Boylaton, D.P. A. at CO, Hunting-ton, Fla.
Tbe ladle are enthusiastic in the -MASSCTT IK free Jacksonville would be glad to receive Wm. Carman Is at hoina from s1 N1N11 _
': work and the temple Is In a thriving; BUSINESS the names of any who design Archer. Ns The Ford Photo Tent IK. atlll doing '
h f' PaIOI D. Flo.i and prosperous condition. Meetingsof ; Bl.HIKOH.of,ALA COLLEGES.Ho".......,Tn: attending, the conference and will Full line of Shield Brand a big business. with the babies. wo
Strawberries and
are plentiful and 8M- '
this order are held once each weekon UuMlaOKMT.At.... Vl. make reservations for them or glv.them ( sell tie Axe shoes for chlldr..n. men girts; and boys Hid picture
Monday night In CastU Hall !at dot.uea.QA. L ,': : .I.\: : any and all other formation I Idesired. lug at 10 cents per quart In Palatka cobson' Popular Dry Leo Ja- are most excellent and this fact with

180; o'clock. tnacksU. I hoe Hone.w ; Ooodll apd the low prices se ms (ob drawing

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