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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1906. $1. Per Year.


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jfm-l.ftHHlmJ OOIN Ifi1Ei'HllHll'H-l-l1r1-1r1fifiif'iiitiiimf: !i FIELDING WILL WIN AT. Mr.. Calhoun's Appeal.To Open Letter ef J. M. Rivers Democratic Voters:

TORNEYSHIP.So time Voters Putnam County : I To the Democratic Voters of the Iro
"In the Spring The loth diiy. of May Is near at Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida men unfriendly to my

Persons Well Posted on hand, nnd as 1 am unable. 'and haveb..1 The primary Election at which we for the Legislature have
unable all I take
to nee ,
"The Young Man's Situation Confidently this means of asking yon you to come out are to select our State Attorney for circulated the report that I would
Fancy the next four years Is near at hand
Believe. and cast your bnllot for me on that and It behooves us to consider well get but a. small home vote-meaning
HTARICK:, FI.A., May Bth inOfl. dny.I' the qualifications of each of the can
"Lightly turns to Thoughts of Friends hero" who are In close touch I I have lived among you people for dldates for this high and responsible from the peninsula.,
You know best what I
with the situation confident that fifty years.'
deceived
are position before we cast our votes Please do not be by such
Thos. W 1< : the talented am, and what I am able to do as
'I..ldh'I.1'Bq., We should not be goverened by the
State Attorney to protect the Interests reports. I have the assurance of
of this. will J
city handsome the
I, young attorney" appearance nor pathetic -
CLOTHESTHAT'S 'H" be the next state attorney of the 8th of the State. have endeavoredto biography of either of the candidates leading; Democrats, representing
J ;: Judicial circuit From carefully do my best, and to do my duty, for this olllce, but we should
N : compiled figures/: It Is estimated that/ and to capably and fearlessly prosecute look entirely to the fitness of each the various lines of Industry In the
r there will be about WIN votes poled ) crime. I have carefully and candidate for the position ; and in different precincts and they, with
of for the ofllos and from Information vigorously prosecuted the crime determining their fitness,their know
4 received from reliable sourues It Is known as vote liquor In a county ledge of the law their experience in my own long and Intimate know
-, clearly evident that If Mr. Fieldingdoes which has against! the sale of the practice of the law their moral ledge of, and friendship with these
the same, and out of over one hundred -
receive
not
actually majority diameter and their Inclination to seethe
of the whole number I poled he will cusses have lost only two or laws Impartially enforced are people<< leads me to safely predict

--- US- ,,;. have such a decided. load on the three Putnam County has of always second ; proper attributes to be considered.Tiiere that I will receive a. very large ma-
In the doctrine
believed
other two candidates that Ills ultimate has been much said by the
will he term of office for faithful servants. jority of that vote.I .
victory beyond question candidates about their own qualifications
How opportune then even though the next highest Putnam has always stood to the but you should not be influenced have some active enemies on the
that of her has stood
we have r candidate should inaisten second front when one sons by a. candidate's opinion ot
primary. for public olllce, and I ask yon to himself. The only way to judge a peninsula, but to a. man they are bit
There! who be- help me to roll up a splendid vote on man's future Is his and If he
opened are many persons by past ter partisan republicans not eutltled
our Spring stock of 'a lieve there will be no second pri May 15th. Thanking you for your has nothing to prove his qualifications -
mary. They reason (and with apparent kindness to me In the past I mil, by except what he may say of! I to a vote In thin affair between Dem-
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good grounds, too) that the (Sincerely: and faithfully, himself you must have a great dealof ocrats.
large number of people who feel no BKN.r. P. CAI.KODN. fitltliln. his opinion of himself
w : Kirschbaum : direct personal Interest the candidates Gainesville, Florida. May 7th 11)00.) yon lire controlled( by it. This report was started In the belief -

.:, < and desire only that a good Then I ask each of yon to judgefor that It might turn the heavy
To friends Putnam county.1'le -
and capable man elicit be elected my yourselves which of three candidates
t with the least possible trouble will about Clint I he pollt.lunlllnr getsIn for State Attorney is beet qualified vote that It In universally conceded twill
Jr and alsoSchloss to the of Mr. hU work. Believe none unless he fill the oflloe and In reaching
r j r rally support Fielding, to : come to mo from" the Palatka
(11 who la now known to be the leading ; shows the proof by and In m v olllclal your decision in this matter I Invite -
.". "' t candidate, and thus make It certain record. J. P. WALL your careful Investigation and and West Putnam precincts.

: that there shall be no second pri !lAdv. ] i, consideration of my publlo and private Again It la a good thing to look
Bros. mary. This really .seems the most life and for your convenience In
h probable result of the contest, for Meeting; at Crescent City. making; this Investigation I will Tor the motive In nil eleventh hour

there Is undoubtedly.a very large give you a sketch of my life after I campaign stories.
-" \ '\ percentage of the voters who feel no ITon. John P Wall and James M. renched manhood. After teaching
further Interest In the outcome than 1 Chesser addressed the peoplo of school part of each. year and attending WM. A. RUSSELL.Ice .
m ; : Hand Made Suits. that a man of pure character and I Crescent City In the Interests of school the other part I finally entered
their candidacy for ollloo\ nt V. I. A.
I'1\ strong legal; ability shall be chosen. upon the study of law In the
These qualifications Mr. Fielding Is hall In t hilt rijiico lust,, Tuesday night cubes of Hon. L. K. Robinson who Cream Social.The .

Finest on Earth. known to possess, and nothing seems The attendance was good. Mr.Wall's for twelve years was State Attorneyfor Woman's Foreign Missionary
more reasonable than that those who speech consisted 1 prlucluully the Third Judicial Clroult of Society of the Methodist church will
want the contest settled and off of of an attack on the record 1 of his opponent Florida. Here I learned the elementary will give an Ice cream and cake
hand in the first primary will throw !Jr. K. IS. Crlll. principles of law and was social at the residence of Mrs. J. N.
the weight of tlieir numbers to him Hon. James 11[. Chesner's speechwas admitted to the bar to practice law Blackwell Tuesday
.and thus his election. characteristic\ of the man, both nearly tblrteen year ago. I soon afterwards evening. free, but
FearnClothing Company Not tlgseoflfile disinterested, witty nnd at times eloquent. He came to Gainesville and a small charge cordiallrinvit
had his audience with him from tiont
capable j situation con opened my law office with no other freshments. A
r cede that Mr. Fielding, li tho leading start to finish and cloned amid' a. lawyer for a partner to help me attend and spend a pleasant evening
candidate but one of his opponents storm of applause. through with difficult matters. HereI Is extended to all.Fortnightly .
tacitly admitted It a few days ago. Hon. \V. F. Rogero of San Mateo! have since enjoyed the confidence
f Palatka, Florida.lllmmi It came about in this WRY The was called upon fur a speech but of a goodly number of the best Club Musical.Last .
candidate who resides in Gainesville simply arose and announced his cnndldacy. clients In the Circuit, during which
felt called upon to write and publishIn time my practice has extended Friday night at the residence
mHUBfllii't i'I-i1'Ki Ui-i'f'nilnnni1-ii iliii1fffHtitIiOO{ one of the Gainesville papers a 'rho mevtlnir was arranged for by throughout the Counties of Alaohua, of Mrs. S. J. Hilburn the Woman's
short biographlcalsketch of himself Mr. Wall, .and all the oilier cancllIntes Levy. Bradford Putnam, Marlon, Fortnightly Club gave their last
but In doing so found It Impossible ( were Invited to participate. Lake, Columbia Hamilton and musical for this season. There WM
to resist the temptation to refer sarcastically with him.Opening. PolU. a large attendance and the following
to a recently published biographical The people of Alacbua County first program was much enjoyed:
sketch ot Mr.' 'leldlng. QBaseball' Season.NextThursday honored me by electing; me to the 1. Orchestral number-Selected-
No reference was made to the candi- and Friday/ the 17th office of County Prosecuting Attorney Palatka. Orchestra.
V\latches \Alatches 1 date who resides In Palatka, which and 18th the newly organized Palat and my services in that oflloe 2. Vocal Holo::! -Asthore-Mr. N
makes It clear that Mr. Rivers Is ka baseball club will imiguraLe till gave satisfaction to law-abiding H. Moragne.
convinced that Fielding/ Is in the season of that sport by crossing bats people. of the County who have 8. Vocal Solo-Obstlnatlon-Miss
Waltham and lead and feels that be must do something with Jacksonville's new and best shown their appreciation thereof by Ida. I.eib.
Elgin to stem the tldo of Fielding amateur team. It is hoped thut all electing) me to the Legislature of 1901 4. Orchestral number-Selected-
7 to.28'| Jewels.Hamilton votes, If possible. No one probably lovers of the sport will turn out and and upon my return by re electingme Palatka, Orchestra.
Is more capable of judging of the encourage/ the club In Its endeavor to for a second term for all of whichI 6. Ueadlng-S..leeted-l\I1.s Irene
Watches situation than Mr. Elvers. He Is an revive Interest In the nattona" gspne am profoundly grateful; to them.It Leeks.
astute politician and has been over In Palatka. him bet'III11Y aim In my private 6. Violin Solo-Meditation-Master y

17 to 21 Jewels only High Grade Best Watches In the World. the field thoroughly. concession ''I Those who have, given; of their professional( and publIc lire to give Warner Hamm.
of Fielding's strength, even though time to the organization, of the team the very best service that I am capable 7. Piano Holo"' -Valse. Arabesque
A new and large line of Comb Sets and Back Combs in Rose It was unintentional, Is very pleasing I, here insist that the club Is the best of giving; and ti> avoid even the Miss Irene Leeks.
to Fielding's friends ,throughout the In years and that It will bo a winner appearance of bad faith and I be- 8. Vocal Holo-Star of My Heart-
and, English Finish. Come and see how cheap I can sell you a' circuit.Mr. and standing/ credit to the city. lieve that every one who has closely Mrs. Oeo. W. Bassett.
Fielding's friends here are naturally .An effort is being; made to get the observed my official acts and my 0. Orchestral numberSelected.A .
17 Jeweled Watch. much elated over the highly merchants to agree oti a Thursday professional and private life has Implicit I
favorable/ outlook for him. They afternoon half holiday nn arrangement ; I confidence in my honesty, Integrity Home Musicale.
have watched his course closely and Bald. to be necessary, to tho /11nanclal sobriety and competency. I
SMITH The Jeweler know that he has conducted Hn open success of base ball in a city further believe that large majorityof A very enjoyable musicale was
fair and clean campaign, and all good of this size. the people of Alachua County given by the pupils of Miss White-

Lemon St. I'alatka, FlorlJu. citizens like to see such high-toned; The team ns made up for the opening lieartlly endorse my candidacy for side aul ted by Master Warner
methods win. [Adv.] game next Thursday will be ns State Attorney nnd will support me Hamm, at her home on the Heights
follows: Alex. Wattles, PI; F. Merrill for that olllce. Wednesday afternoon. The children -
Letter to Evillo Bros.Pnlatka. c ; 10:. Collins, 1st b; Dr l Wilcox Now I appeal to the highest sense taking part In the program R
2d b; M. Ballon 3d b; J. Merrill .. s ; of duty ot every Democrat In this were Aline Canova: Dorothy Haugh-
Julian Calhoun If.; It. 1\\[. Fenrnstde.u. Circuit and ask you to weigh my experience ton, Uertrude Hagan Davis .Lane
rNNNmN W Dear 1 Sirs: : There are sovernl ways f. ; H. Coillne, r. f. The game and reputation In the same Olive Tllghman Clara Wiles Joe
of cheating In milk. An old-fash will be called at 8 'clock sharp. imlanoea with the experience and rlafer, Cecile Jones, Blanche Lyon.,
rye S:v. Felfirttf ioned way la to water It. Nobody Let everybody /and give the "eputation of my opponents and If Laura Dlckson, Ruth Nlb on, Augusta -
; Comfort Swing and Morris | waters It now. A bettor way Is. to boys a grand stand full of rooters. you believe that I will be of greater Way, Lelia Duke, Mary Neck.
take out the cream-rich milk with service to the nubile as State Attor- Omma: Creekman, Alice Marguerlta
c the cream taken out Is ns good as hey for the Eighth Judicial Circuitof ones, Qenevlve Phillips Ermn'arinley .
poor milk with its CI'eu1Inlllli., Great Council c/ Red Men. }Florida then do the very best service Helen Tllghman, Rosalie.
M Chairs. | But we needn't go; Into pnrtlculnrs. The Twenty-third annual session for your Country by casting Metcalf and Winifred Haughton. 1 ,
You don't rob your customers. of the Great Council of Florida, Improved your ballot for me on the 16th day of The children gave a. very fine performance -
There's real comfort in the Comfort Chairs. All 5; Paint Is as easy as milk to cheat Order of lied l\Iell. will meet lhle month. Respectfully. and one reflecting great
with. Good Is as rare good [Ad.v,1] J. M. RIVERS credit upon their teacher.
positions In the Comfort Chairs are equally restful. The 5. pnlnt IIH In Red Men's Hall this .. ... r
human Is iiiuclthe meeting -
milk for nutttre -
aud : ; "' I'tteHdny, Mny 15th. The
change from one position to another (is very simple :::: milkmen and A GOOD FAMILX LIHIMENT.
i same In u piilnt men. will begin Ht U o'clock n..m. Between the axes of fifteen and forty-five
1 entirely automatic. The Chairs easily follow the moveg You are just and I true with YOIII'mlllt A 1111111the notttble men from Every family should be supplied witha the time when,womanhood begins and mother.
hood ends, It IH etitlniitlud hat the
meat of the body requiring no effort on your part. The 5: e ; no are We with our pnlnt UtI- abroad who will t)present' Is men- bet tie of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.I of woman's mitTorlntf )I. ten yeura aKKregalaerm Ten
..- materials of the Comfort Chairs are Colored Canvas and jj, voe leiid-and-Klnc is twice ns good as tinned Thos. U. HxiTlMrm of Indlitn- For cuts, bruises, burns scalds and oaraoutof. thirty I Ono third or the bent part
mixed paints : There's twice as. Ind.. the Past, Great Incoho- similar Injuries whlob are of frequent 01 a woman'a life sacrificed! Think of too
:Black Enameled Steel so combined as to insure strength jg much butter, Inlt.Mr npolls normouH IOM oC time: Hut time la not all l that
neo of time order. occurrence, there la l nothing so good It I. lout. ThoHa years of mitYurlng sisal 1 the
and durability. Call nt our store and try them. ,T J T LHdd Jheraw( S O. writes Tim address of welcome will he delivered soothes the wound and not only gives loom from the.cheeks, the brlRhtuemi from the
1:11: u.n "When Mr Evans pnlnhd hi* house with by P. G. a.: J. Ij. Kunklii of instant relief from pain but causes thelarts yen, the falrnesit from the form.anJhr.I write
Chairs 55,00 "Sh can look out,but you can t look in"' Duvoe:: hn lIuurtKl oik, :how otluu: mlntn: covered flub record In many, a creane .
Comfort Swing and baal Id
tin will be to about thlyd the time
:: Comfort Morris Chairs $6.00,; and and pnuiiicli loft to pnlnt thruourtfrt this city rexpniiHH by one- Vhat a boon then to woman 'la nit 1'lercan ,I
T"DC 2/zirdS. MAllxlVraraNfro ruu.... JIu nua HI> pltmm l that hoIMHI P. G, S., J. W SitlBlinry of Tanipn. required by the usual treatment As It Parents Preiioriltllon. It promote perfect
]>ovoo on.two ether lioiinua." Tin local uointnluee on receptions Is an antiseptic all danger from blood. "regularity drum, up debllltatlnK drain, heal'
Martin Griffin & Go.fywNtN Yours truly composed of J. r.. B'inltlii |j.Ilohlen poisoning Is avoided. Hold by Acker. theeures t'female womanly weeannu organs la end vlKoroim MtabHhes t 1
SHADES F. W. 0KVOK OC CO C. U. Neck K.: F:. Dodge, raau-Stowart Drug ('0. and permanent health. Pto other medloln9
r PORCH HO New York Judge C. t. How tOil and N A. con do for woman what Is done by Dr. 1'lerce'v

____ _. _. .. .... ..n" ---- -- --- 4rumpe. HORSEVANTEDFor Its keeping avorlte t'reecrrptoaPOINTED
mNNNm You can secure these Just received another shipment of At 10 a. in. the great council will during the summer. Light drlv
Tiiidles and children low cut IIhn..a. 11'0 into secret session for the transitc- ing and best of care guaranteed Responsible PARAGRAPHS.
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-- -- - Shades at Leo Jacobxoii's Popoular Dry Goods tints of bll llIe8l. The session will party. Address P. O. Box I
and Shoe House. last two or three days 6u, Hnntlngton, Fla. Tbe man who\ loves;; his Joke Is usually -

FOR SALE! Capt. H. R. RYAN'SHouse -- unpopular.
Put yourself In the other man's place

FurnishingStore. : Thos. W. Candidate for State and you may stop abusing him.
Fielding Attorney
Improved and Unimproved LandIn It Is commendable to save your money -

but It Is not commendable to look It.
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We as If we had to go through
worry
Both City and County. Real Estate For Sale a whole year tomorrow Instead. of just

one dny.
By H. M. de Montrnolfin( The cares nod worries of life look

Palatka Florida. pretty good after nil, to those return-

Henry Strunz, -- -- lug to town through the cemetery gate.
Vacant r.olllh! ISO on middle Lemon atroet; a r.rof ,rrr When a soldier returns from a bat-
Palatka Florida bargain If sold(,,,Ick. tlo his story of the Ruht Is more InoreBtln -

___,__ ___ ___ __u__ ---- -- good':rottatzfl ilrlion, good well,location ISIS In (flood, room repair,, lot. bnriinlii.loml fax UMl)., .- ;{ nnd !less truthful ho returns

( a torv home,lot 1011x10)I I. hath, hot and nloiip.
: & jmJ >> cold w'ndmlll..d' l Isnk' good Baler and "
::1 m1mI &(J' lafKO; watery lot. Of course frloiuU ore a good thing, -

('n0age on Emm't: II treot, oroonm, lot Mine i out when misfortune comes to you ,
lino lot o..doc..II.. \ Ion.Foartoon wblrli rto you wl-i! you had more of...
I Iw room limlw. l-.tnmott": Htroat. lot' rtti rrtt..I... .. nr lull ivn-Atrillion Ulotxi.
J THE NEW YORK 10.1.1'.0,11119 1 location.Vnonil .
lot IWxJill: I) with milpnr ".11.t| between ---
tm: molt .1 root""d river lino location Rather Mixed. h,
Your iiom homo dornnr H'pvit luL Iflllx 1ft('. "80$. Jack what hum vu you that string
porchea three .lilo.,jiiat ooniplumil. tied around Ui> for?" 4
your or
STORE. I Ineo.ltl. Two vniMint low, Murth End, 10 XIU', gold
1 Sand 10c building Ion. "Oil. that la to remind me that 1 ton

Five arm farm ono tulle from oily, under cat louietlilna my wife told ni. to be
Iinusrk.eprr's wnuta. nhd wlto foiHio anmll hoaiw, good formultry| "
lave a full, I Ilna of new ; sure to> remember. -BaHlmoro Ameri
... froze .:. IOC t5cnlUl, 2iit<. In UI.u.w..r.nnl1l'rook..ry. voxutanleii.alCi 'J can.
govonil line country "bargain Wrllo; oc *i '
ti1: ;! .
Dltt for|uirtl Hlum.
.'In.. Cut Oli... Jug. large slat, "Us. F i A Sor. II...

Large Cut Olnns Nappies, 23 <-ent". i! WALL & DARSEY The honeymoon may very properlybe
said\ to be over when the wit.. sag-
TablaOlassps, 2 and 8 for 1O cents.Full .
to her he'd
tests husband that better
.. Dentist
;/ Bottles, at tiS Hilt.
line of 0110811at..r
A.wce have bU trousers presaml by a tallot I'
L Berllll
t."lwRre'
: Do.ible-coi.ted. Eii.imel.-d. ol.lUoiri. eIMPwhtrt fur ((160.Lk \ Brldgb l and. Crown Work i n Sp,,clnlty. Detroit Free Press.A .
4 Pot No. 8 nt 21'i.:. the annx us .
and .", our l.rg,. line In 1'111 1 1 altJ Wow Ijrn. ---- GOOD BDOOBBTIOW.
l and other useful thlnus .at very! I Mr. C. B. Walnrlghfe of Lemon City, i
war.. Lamps many Omen In Fry Block. l'"Uiki...
'; price. -- f tie., has written the nifttiufituturera" that d
Our Canetles tltkfllhe pivmtuni. The vpry. h."t lit "fOR HA LK:":-Good 1 home, wagon, much better results are obtain] from
I L 10 cunts. pound. Comound. .IIe for jooranvcs.MEV h..rn' ..... Hiidtllinti'l. rid hsg l per and Dlunho In ..... of '.
fnrm ro. >(lti burst, will h .1.1Ir I Unmwly p' sIn
and lOc STORE $11111.! wiiiron" III''''. liven. In awe I the' "ti'iuii.ih, cello and r.holira moo. .
/ YORK 5 month. A"ldr.-Kii Jlox 4IW"'-, PnUtliH, hua by taking It In wator us hoe aR,'flnbe
a. 4-OT-aii drank. That whet .Isken In I Ihlawaytheetttetisdoublelnrapidity
Fla.
Jlluck, _
Koyd .
Lemon Street, ; vlt
Full line, or Mhl..lil Brand shoos, atI "
seems to get at the right spot lo.tltnll,
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Palatka, plorlda. >o Jaunhnoir Shield Jirand slioea hi.yn.; For sale by ARkermnnHtowait.i'o. .

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i THE PALATKA NEWSEntered Children's Home Society.The WELAKA. I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Superintendent of this Institution -, --- -

at the Palatka postofflce TESTATENE. has been in Putnam connty Miss Ada Hutohinson and her sister FOB BTATK

.. mallable matter of the second again and reports A case In West Mrs. Mary Long of Jacksonville To Ilia Domonrnllo Voters 8ENAi'On Putlnm Ooi

Putnam which outrivals anything are here on a visit to their brother, I lior'l>yuimuim, <'0liiyiwlf a. a .. _
class.PjblUhed. found in Pal atka.. In fact she reports Mr. Jno Hutchinson for HtnloHvimt: froth: tUI ,tba TwentyMathapnnlorlul
Jacksonville In to have a new that she never bad a more revolting iitriut.I !
at Fla. The little three mouth's old babyof wl.b thank you forth* .. generoussupport Mz:
Palatka on cracker factory. case than this one has been. you have KHn mo In (Mint, mill
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Pride died '
t Friday by Extracts from affidavits: taken in tollult jour vot .ut tile comma primary.RKPRKftKNTAtlVB
The Florida state have been
troops last. Monday, April ROth, at 6 p. m. Very renpectfuullyN. .
connection with this will
ease give: a :
Invited to participate in the summer Their friends extend to them their RIL'
RUSSELJ.&VICKERS. camp at Uhioamauga: National faint conception of miserable and degrading sincere
sympathy.
Park between August 1st and Sep- / conditions of that so called ron IN 1.KGIBLATUHK. : -
home. K 8. Green Is to the I
going turn
tember 80th next.
WB. *. iiisseu. e.it.rDON'T I
1st The mother,-, Is not living second story of his 8t"ire Into a dwell To the Doinoorntld Vol.r of Putnam Ooi II

The executive committee of the \> with her husband but with ing and will move his family' up I Iwrttliy an mm lu.mldnt'for to I I
the l> '
Florida State Fair Association has another man. there as soon as it Is finished. tftiroHCiitntlva approval la in the. com".I"IIr prIliiriCM.w. the FarmHas
TALK ABOUT IT. decided to hold the next fair In November 2nd. The mother habitually leaves I four F. i4uoR0. Work on 1

Yes It's hot. Very hot. But the prevailing sentiment the children alone without making Last Wednesday morning while up Ban Miitoo,March 14th, 1WW.

being against a, change of date to provision for their food supply, from the river Mr. Chan. Starling was accidentally !To the nemocrntlo Votr of Putnnm Ooi Commenced.The ,
everybody else knows It quite as well January. until and shot with a BH-callbre lientInion-TIils nnnounue' time I
morning eight frequently,
: .. do so there la no need of their Winchester rifle. Mr. Starling\ and I will a ..ndhla' for Kiiprenpiitntlv Intb ,{
you you In with b
stepfatherleft .
Oov.Broward has granted a respite company Mr. M. O. Johnson who with ..tpproachliiK prjimirlm farmer will find that new implements are needd
was : ,
all the time about It. home and was absent two or for sour .ui -
chattering mid that I will be Hruu-ful
of Nelson Larkens and
sixty days to him, bad landed their boat and were' If iioinli.tit ami eK'i'tml 'H1 >till time on the farm. See us for the 1
more days and nights, leaving the port I from time to
Find something lenalble to or Cnldwall the ior
say, Oeorge alleged murderers on the bank about 10 feet away with my eoimtiint purponn to work the built -
else shut up. It's a poor think-tank of Hon. N. W. Eppes of Leon children resources to for depend food and upon' cleanliness their own their. backs to the boat when the inu r,.U of IUI county and the entire state* implement you need.Te\ sell the best and ourprices
trulyW114.iAM
county. The negroes were to have woodand rifle, which was In the boat went off Your very lu".LL. and
indeed that can't produce any better been last and upon passing neighbors for A. are Call thoroughly inspect our
banged Tuesday.
word of (greeting tban talk about the water. and shot him in the left leg about six Oreiuent City' Ma roll II.b. luuo.

Frank Brandon, collector for the 8rd. The testimony of neighborscan Inches above the ankle br"aklnlthe To the Dmocr.t of Putnam County fine. ,

heat. Felton-JDekle Lumber company, was be secured, showing that the leg./ He was brought here at once At .01.llaUO' of my frhtmU I b..vl
The other fellow la doing hla beat and given medical attention.The dclioul I nine fur the 1""I.I.lur
tubjected to a hold-up In broad daylight cooking of what food the children aul' respautfully twit> :

to forget it'a hot. Don't pour a boll' late Saturday afternoon. His could- prepare, was, previous to her i sanitary commissioner has Issued ts! you JuRy rt.i.t nnsurv assailant, who was a white man death three weeks since left to the the beNt IntercHtH of
lug reminder upon him. There Is no instruction* to the citizens to .Favor of the nillrotul tnprlmiiry .
: Information, no pleasantry, no good threw Mr. Brandon to the ground, unskilled hands of a little girl of clean up their premises and put them law..l.d otlmr' .om.I.lol...o"lr..or like I liii.port *
after being refused (10 which he ask eight. In a sanitary condition for the [ to our people but I HIII oppoiuul to '
sum
, fellowship- your remark that It'. ed for. The fellow, after indicting 4th. This little girl died April 2nd RchtMiitf I bv which {tee uuhllu Your, ,'fuml ,iuIglt truly' ;

hot. What's the use? To be constantly quite severe bruises and cuts upon after an Illness of several days with mer.The .okl..I.upld. U. A. B. very Iuieiteszig.

gibbering about its being hot Mr. Brandon, got out of the way and out the attendance of any physician. Welaka Whist Club met at To tho Deinocrntltt Voters of Ptiti.iuiiOo, :
has not yet been apprehended. 6th. Of the children now left In the residence of Mr.and Mrs. F. (.7..7.iochranelaiut At the roQUeat of nmiiy rlvniU I IIIIVH tlcldeU **.
only makes you and all about you till home, the eldest I. a crippledgirl (' Thursday evening at to" ain itttk )'our HUpport. the coining .
hotter and Shut Congressman' Frank Clark of 8o'clock, and had. mart urlmiirlusfutacumlUliiie for Rcprvnentutlve
more petulant. up. of 13, who haa never walked, the delightfultime. Iti the LvuUlitture.. uotnliiulvtl I
What matter If you are perspiring Florida: addressed the House Fri other a little girl of about 4, neither Those present wore Mr. and hull I npnrftct I ate tint honor 0 fII luiuir:, tor theAulfitrauftbtf
day saying the Democratic party had Mr. F. J. Coohrane, Mr. and Mrs. county. TliH myplatform
able to take care of tbem elvea. \ ;: '
at every pore? Who cares about 1 : of prlitclpluHi I of + + _
-
never declared for free trade and It Again I I also, certify to having Clarence Oreenwood, Mr. and Mrs. slid Ur"r. far .

your pore. when everybody else has was not a free trade party. He discussed been told that the step-father of John Dnllow. Mrs. H J
flooded pores of hi. own? You are the bill which he has Introduced these children was accustomed to and Mrs. Paine, Lottie MoLeod and etfl."j am In favor of a new court house IUId : ta: Jhaaoy
better... etc. I SIll ftglllIust bonhlll
for placing: a duty of ten centson Dr. W. A. Brew8er. .01. FAIATKA.
only one among countless millions beating them cruelly with an ox. of till CoUlIty for .nYlbl" 1." ngsili.I
sweltering under the heat and other Egyptian or long staple cotton, whip, until the blood ran down their Wallace Wald lost the propeller of ..niY.hlll too hu.itlly anti rigeuiiyutc. Let'. Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries and
after which he declared that if the those over herorul IlethuiC.
bodies. Tbe mother said I don'tcare ".11.
: his launch
trouble. of their own. Democratic party declared for free while going up to Silver:! We do not pay and niMiool uomrulHMloncr Patents.
bow much he whips them, Springs! last week. He had to havea *watffn enough. J Iwllnve cllrMttuxfor -
: Even If It be the very hottest day trade to-morrow he would quit it on someone has to make them mind." new one made at a blacksmith Biic'li. May I-I mil for countyaiul PRESCRIPTIONS OARBFUL.L.Y COMPOUNDED,

,e of all the year, what of it? Every the spot. The picture Is blacker still If It shop before be could get his boat good Mihool romlH.COIIII..lu"o.I new RII court I-K iiouo-Ohi mill for I rsEaa GARDEN SEED. AIICIIII miiory Stanmehip Line 1

year before In all the unmeasured Fire which started about 8 o'clock I could be told In public print. back home. by a unpvclal II'// I logtHlntureunU: othvrwlflethe O e
Set this the .. to niiike tilt ___ _.__ .
Sunday night in the storage yards of over against\> following __ _
haa bad Its hottest day and The Williams Ice Ions If I -
not
ages Wernlcke-Marlner Chemical which gives a picture of a home into CD. shipped a levy, alY mor lu' ponttlhlu. op.po.ue&lov.

: people not olily lived through It but Company. Jacksonville about 100 which two children, taken from a ton of Ice up the Oeklawaha on the tell| nn being. "too 'r. r"(1::: lining' '"of B\tile- FOB STATE ATTORSF.V.TotheDomooratlotolerfiorilie !

went right on with their regular occupations. yards north of Enterprise street, mid home of vice, have recently been Win. Howard last Thursday people moimy vii .0nIIIrl' Kluhtbuillc- European .
iloii. 1 should ". the stale of rlorldai
of
go iclsi l Circuit
Time and heat have not about three miles from the center of placed. The card club name has been t to be carefully comilUeretl before mov Having I Mrvod you In the capacity: of St.lmAtwrney.lnc.July. Restaurant
the city, did about $160,000 damage: '?I was very busy before but now changed from the Thursday Evening: hlnl any direction e.,. AI.o favor tlm A,I).1"1' and In"". 111.1
concentrated upon you at all. You to the stock. The part ol the yards busy does not express It. Every Card Club to the Welaka Whist Buck man, school h..fluid ac.lomv. I am veil | \ \( of In which Ihave Furnished
.
are only a little grease spot sizzling lying closest to the railroad tracks minute of my time Is taken up since Club as the club Intends playing : 0 the. ,County convicts and .believe> hiring they dutIes rn'raHinlad," .oticlt your tile votes ttlata, .t end the cll.charxeJ oomlnK |irl-my Hot ,and Cold

.- for an Instant to evaporate and be was completely destroyed, together I have the children to care for. I whist most of the time. .rr worked on the public road*. unlirv for iho po.lon, of bUttes Attorney for BathsAt
with about 16,000 tons of batting wish I could tell you everything KeHutmtfullv yotirti. tIle \Mhlb:\ Jldlolal .
gone forever Just as myriads of billions they have done and said, and how Major W. F. Pennlman of Savannah JAMB M. C'HKrlHBH' Hf. S.ery .IlrIIY. .

have sizzled and gone before draught. dear tney, are to us, ana now perfect Is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. nollUtor March 87, .. ln.. ".

you. Ho be humble and shut up. It The State Board of Educational ly natural It seems all around to Henry Bryant To the Democratic Voters of Putntm t'ountv' : I respect fnHv announce that I am a candidate James & Varjies
I anflOIlneethuli I will be a candidatefor for the
hereby of Stales
Control has let contracts for the following for the Alon.y ,
you are minding your business as have them say 'papa and mamma. Mrs. L. E. Holley, Misses Rosa tnembor of the Houae of B.p.ol..ty.ln .:I"h'b/ldl.181' oleo(lrl" of Flrlaai po.
additional buildings, aggregating They doing nicely at school and the tiexl Florida Dakar. Bradford.
are and r"MI.I.II. m the
Nettle Holley spent last Sunday! of AI..bll Palatka. Fla.
the
you ought to be you can forget $18.000; one machine hall line Sunday School. We gladly take the IDR |irinarleflandreiip4ititriiUy oltPltyoiir: )- Levy and I'utnam. 1.01"01..1'. faithful and

heat. No man Is so little worried- foundry, two dwellings one wagon children to our hearts and homes, Jaa.visiting Hunter Mr8..Jlolley'a in Crescent brother City. Mr. port best IntenMUof If elected? Putnam I proml County lo look and tile nft r Stale the ennntetlo toured dhiuharKe obllKUtlon:\ ::tile, ::and.the olfloe If the lbea

by the heat as the busy one. burn, one fertilizer barn, one burn and care for them and watch over of KlorlJa. \oum truly voters or the me the nomination.
with outbuildings, two stables and them and train them, Just like they Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allen of Fruit l>. WlLUAMB.MeMeekln I pl.d oireullavor Ih.m the of tl" -
If you are one of those well-kep one silo. Work on the dormitories were our own from the begin' land spent last Saturday In town. n..,April Oth, 1000. Mate and society .h.1 not suffer through favoror

I women who have nothing to do but is progressing rapidly and the contractors ning.\> We very willingly and cheerfully Mr. Allen was looking after his Interests FOR COUNTY (7olqMilaleIoNEiteu. oeMIM.n., of mlno. Taos. W. PIHLUIHII.' \ II Delciou

sit on cool porches and know nothIng assure the board that they make almost any sacrifice for them, in the coming election. To the Democrats of Putnam County To Iako the, I"mo..lo...of the Eighth Judlulul -

to say except about It. being Unbearably will be ready before September 1st of and da all we can. to Improve and Miss Ellen Green and Miss Eva I b r by announce my candldnuy: for this I : Ulu ilinllevlng Boils
the office of Oouiity iiumntisHluner for Putnam that uiy thUteeii y*>ars prnctlte
: hot, just go for an hour into present year. advance them, give them a good Oreen were In town last Friday. County for UlHtrlut No. l, ami renpuutfully of law, together with my experience ill and
The Jetton-Dekle Lumber Company high school education and the best solicit you.,uPI|>rll.the O\'Pr".bIIM primaries. prosecuting: attorney, :fully lit me to ll:
the homes of the poor and watch Rev. Oeo. H. Ward of elfuted' \
has secured from Circuit Judge and most careful moral training a Crescent \ pl.IO yoU. vhurge the duties of Htuto Attorney I..b.
the busy housewives In the kitchenor the good home, and the affectionate City preached here at the Episcopal to give to Its duties heed ami utmoHt fort.at Ibo request of munv frlendi, ., ChocolatesAll
Wall an Injuctlou restraining to advance Ih.lllt..t of the county non audi tuxst'lf fiintUdate I.. ..111"01
laundry and lend a helping ham American Federation of Labor its companionship of fond parents; then church last Sunday morning amid we all low. H." \ount, In lila Dpnmcratlu' for ,\
evening. W. H. MlUDL.KTON.Pomona : : Juuilullhllhruiuit\ l ) :: of *lorlda. -
ftiniiatpd the when years have passed and the time : they fur the hlghth Home-Made Candles
unions BulldlngTrades
these all tollers." When
to day you .. March JttW
irnunilimted, I IulmlK mvself to courteously
1.
get to your cool porch again: you will Council of Tampa, and other union conies to dispose of our property, i If R. M. Goode left for St. Augustine To the emocrntlo vol.7h.of Putnam county t economlcnllv, and 1 falthfullv clli-
their they have proven faithful to us, they the duties of th olllce and to link* new willed
labor organizations or agents or lest Sunday to see his father who I shall Ill a cnldl.bl. for charge : Something
appreciate It. delicious coolness. members from interfering In any would naturally get what we have was taken to the hospital there after for the office County r".nomlnIUol, 1'1 inulntulit I tile I dignity :honor the court.JOtt. .
M. KlVKHS.Oulneivllle day.
You who have been all declarIng there would be no one else to be preferred. District No. 1 of Pulllm'oun'y' In Ibo every
day manner with operations or employee be was shot by some convicts at the ing ., method of asking Fla., March 11th.lout.
to everybody In your neighborhood of its three plants. The Injunction .. I wish you could get a peepat convict camp down near Miami. your prlmarlus support promising.k. IbllU reelected L. A/SMITH
Is very sweeping:, and Is intended to the children In my husband's lap, towrveyoutluthurutuieas hlvo In the FOR TAX COLLECTOR
that you barely survive the stop union carpenters and painters one on each knee, riding ponies Miss Lula Mae Hunter and Mr. punt. Thanking you nil for your generous To the Democratic Voters of Putnam Countv ,

_ heat, go for an hour from your shaded now on strike from interfering with They seem perfectly happy and he Tim Allen ofCrescentCity nnd Miss\ support In former uouteats Very ,truly I nm.l yours I hereby roniwctfiilly announce that I will b Lemon St., I'alutkn.

_ breeze swept street over Into the the company's taking to the city and Is so kind 'and gentle: with them. It Alma Klrklnnd of Frultlaml were In W. I). ALLEN a'lax candidate Collector,for of re-noinlnatlon Putnam,: County: for the, subject office To>

working district where the buildings: employing non-union workmen.The would be hard for them to tell whichone towu Monday. To the IHtmocratio voters of Put nnm county lAt the action of the Democrat primary.
- of us they love best." tile Instance of mnnv friends I havetlucldwl all nty friends for their pant favors
are closer and men are penned up with following were elected officers > Do not feel that to aid In such Mr. and !Mrs. H. T. Huns have returned to "nnunl.' nivnlf an a candidate for a.I"n',: klndnennes I and a continuance of
I last Friday at Orlando for the Florl you from Jacksonville. the otllce Oounty CommlHKlont>r for Putnam slid klinlnonten untntly
and molten transfer is humanitarian? Do 0' wil b Ufltflfltfltfltttfltfltfl2PAINTS? ? ?! !
whirring machinery da Division of the United Daughters a you tJcmuty from Dlntrlct No H, and 1 re- appreciated.ours very r '
metal and where grime and dust and of the Confederacy for the ensuing not regard it a Christian service? QROWINO ACHES AND PAINS ...oU.ly itHk primaries.your support If fleeted I In the I "011"1 A.M. \\f.'L 'U.-
Would i like to have In "'
artificial heat from the boiler room year: President, Mrs. Sheldon U. you a part Mrs. Joule Bumnor Bremoncl Tex to serve you ui tile best of mv ability.
_ of Brooksville first vice this work? You may, If you like writes. April 15. 1902: "! have used Bal- \ .ntspHftfullv. FOR COUNTY TRRAHCRER. H |
are added to the natural discomfort Stringer, ; Mrs. U. H. Sea ton, Jacksonville lard's Snow Liniment In my family for J. W.iJMHHOH.Bostwlck To the Democratic Voters of Putnam, County:
Mrs L. P. Lawrence 01
of the weather, making a sort of In- Orlando president second, vice Mrs, bit' pleased to tell you how can three years. 1 would not be without It Flu..March Tth, .. I hereby announce myself a candidate for ranomIuatlon E that wear, 13
president. lou To the Pemocrnts of Putnam County as Oounty iruaNiirer tha prlmarles 'Il
ferno. :Mingle there with the sweltering Chestnut, of Gainesville; third vice help on this work. L. R. In the house. I have used it on my lit- 1 ImreUy announcu mysulta caiulldato, ro to b held on May .nth .. I thank E Wall Paper, Knl.IIII&
tL! girl; for growing pains and aches In the otllce of {' you, for .. and promise that If
toilers for time and will president Mrs\ J. D. 'oln.yo..I..I..lur r.r .1..1.
a you Stringfellow, o A Card.To her knees. It eured her right away. I 11.1.11..Ne.lof Puln. Clountv II. ...m.Inl ulocted, to tiurve yon the future. .1 hav, = Glass and VarnlHh 2H
Gainesville; fourth vice presidentMrs. learn to appreciate your shaded street prl"ary. resMc) your sup .Iho..past.
Wainwrlght, of Starke; treaS' The Voters of 5 District: have also used It for frost bitten feet '. you for pant klndnesMfs, 1 H. J. KINNSKLT.10th. JAP LAC

and ample, breeze swept grounds. urer, Mrs. Clifton B. Owynn, of Tallahassee As there Is some discussion concerning with good success. It Is the best liniment pr. .lklll_ Very truly t.your. Democratic Voters of Putnam county |

I. Don't imagine the heat is all for l ; recording secretary, Mrs, / turpentine operators runningfor I ever used." 8Go! Ode and $1.00. PUtilaili Hall. March 7th IwnC J" K4H1Bllt I hereby a n nou new ",.I am a candidate.for

yourself. There are thousands sharIng He I,. Brown, of St. AUluetinei; corresponding olilne of county commissioner, Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. To the Democrats or Putnnm Countv action the olllce, of of the i'ounty.r..ur.r.subject.. I 10 will the |j DODGE'S PAINT STORE |

it with secretary, Mrs. 1. C and us I am 'being\> represented by I shall baa candidate for \olntylnml.. greatly ", .I'prl.blnt' primaries.of all democrat ,

.you.RATC Vann, of Madison ; registrar, Mrs. J. some as such, I desire to say to you Justices Supreme Court.It sioner primary from District and will No.I Ib... and approauliIng thank. II IInlmcolll". FRANK M"RA".M.V. Palatka, Fin.:
--- --- that I ., lISle.SLYPERVINOR =
over own,signature was afl.r"I" =
N. Blackwell. Palatka historian, my 1.lto. AI,110Ib.
; Is very gratifying to the friends you for your.upport. I forthlsregpoimlbmofHoe .
-- --
.t LEGISLATION. Mrs. Howe of Pensacola. for several years in the turpentine of Justices James B. Whitfield and 1 promise ,work for tile OF mmmAUmmmmmmm
HEGIHTRATIOS.
best Interests of Putnam
business and while I consider it aslegitimate County.
_ The railroad rate bill Is still theatPm Two suits for slander and libel and honorable as Chaa. B. Purkhlll to learn from K.'r. RJD IIG. To the. I"m..rnl..r Putnnm County ,
any
have been filed In the circuit courtat every section of the State that these Interlactien, March 8th, \. I hereby announce mj'self' us a citnilldittft
center in The Demo- other business If conducted
politics. honorably -
for to the olllce of We have
Floridians will almost .nUlllllon Just placed In stock a complete
DeLand. Judge\> Italic A. :Stewart : ,""! am not at present Interested young get a To the Democrntlo Voto.of Putnnm Cot of Putnam .Hu.'I.ur
crats generally favor a measure that solid vote for justices the I hereby candidate for line ofCrockery
of the Criminal Court of Supreme 1..1. to your In the approaching prlmarluu.
Judge tippro\al
\> in the pursuit at all. Am now merchandising -
re-nomliiatlon to the
would give adequate relief to the Record filed one for $25,1)00 against Court of Florida. This Is aa it should Uouitty t'ommlsHiuner for pout support,
of l'utuiiin
\> : at Jnterlachen which Umy Oounty fuur DistrictNo.
I (ill), ,
I. people without doing Injustice to the U. O. Codrlneton publisher of the chief vocation. I consider it your be, for there never was two better 4. If nominated and elect Hl I shall do 'hulkln'J::respectfully. PKTRBMAKK
DeLand Weekly News, J. E. Big.... examples of self-made men, and It Is my utmost to serve the heat lnt .nta of the IIMS. ,
railroads. The consolidation otransportation right to know the truth In the mat conceded that should county. Thanking you foryour pustmiuport p.I..lka FI..llnr.b 7tl.
facilities has reached low hardware merchant. Attorneys ter, hence this card for your Infor- generally they and rvspvutfully& asking a continuance, I am To the Democratic Voters of Putnam Oof and the lot embraces some of the
K. E. Hopes, J. Hull Hrumsey and mation. be given a full term, for this Is democratic Yours very truly, This t he to announce that will ".vnndl prettiest pieces ever shown

------.d such a point in this country that U. M. Bennett. I. H. Brumsey, filed RespectfullyK. T. HEDDINQ. and In recognition of their J.C. MTKICKLAND. date for the olllce' of Supervisor Koglrttttlion. : In Palatka. Would like
8th Itiutf. Khould I I I be iiom united and elected It
faithfulness and elHcleucy during Or.dln.I".b
seven combination. control practi- suit for $10OOO against B. K. J>re. Candidate for Commissioner well to show them to
County the short time have been on the To the Democratic Voters or Commissioner' .111.my pl.u.n. as as duly to per you.
cally all the railroads and wield such vatt, publisher of the Volusla County 5th District. they .I.ll.tNo.4. Putnam (County .* 'olllce In.faithful, audconscientious Prices reasonable.
; Record. These suits are partiallya supreme court bench. .. myself ,', for nlnn"r. to law.
Interl hen, El,.. May 9th, 1900. "uldote a"onlll Then we
vast power that the people are absolutely -, result of political agitation In Every friend of these gentlemen Is County (.lommlHHlonvr' for 1>,'rlo and Very.". ,
I ask your. tlm Demouratlo K' 1' KBI'LOMtFORSUPBRVIHOROP haveFurniture
r.Uully -
unable to prevent abuses that countv. Codrlngton Is running urged to see to it that all qualified pi'liniirU'd.'...If elHcUHl I promise to Pihetka Nltrch SU, 111.

_ The democrats want a law giving against: }'rankV.. Sam, the Tb. Btronoo Lit of Old. persona vote marking their ballot .rve.you to tlm best of my abllltv.Yourx KEUtHTRATIONTo and House
This Is said to be a "strenuous" age. thus: very truly
for the State
the Interstate Commis present Incumbent, tile Democratic Voters of Putnam
Commerce HOIIANKOM. Out Furnishing Goods
Doctors who dabble la
Senate Brumsey Is the present or people the BannervlUe March Uth 11.. This la to announce that I will be a cundlate '
sion authority to fix reasonable county solicitor, he having been doctor's art talk about the "pace" we :x Charles B.. Parkhill. To the Com- fur tile. 0'1.0' ur HupervlMor of KeulNtm at prices remarkably low. Call and

Lr rates, and forbidding any Interference appointed by Governor Kroward all live now the stress and storm of 1..lu.Imorto Vot.rolbe ThIr will tlon lie lu> the, "umlli I the prlimirles support, and of my that f IUm I- Inspect them.

by the courts, or such a limited when 1. W. Perkins was suspend life In England In the twentieth century :X J. B. Whltfleld. I I tho 1 hereby oillue of announce( UUIflhilshhllllhir my."n candidate, of Putnam for 'deiuocrntM. If noniliiuted: aiul elected

court-review, aa will prevent the ed. These two and Ropes, Bennett ,. and so forth. But are we all so I county fro"Oounty t"" '1'l1lrd"ml..lun,.r the I promlMtf otllce* to '"Iuly perform very truly I the duties ot l R. S. MOONEY.
and Blgelow are on one side of District. J have curved| you In this oillcv for
tremendously strenuous? Are we ..
P
nullification of the work of the Commission the fence and Prevail and I the pnst lerin with an honest puipose towork s.k > iAICOC" -
political greater in will or work tinu English for the heel Interval of tile diMtrhtand 8.1.'le"la..2.11.
by Interlocutory court orders Stewart are on the opposite side. n.,... M.as.r.s."Don't county and If selected for the w"'''
men were In the Elizabethan age or allil
: and leave the rates fixed by the The Fort Lauderdale correspondent than they were, 84Y-W8'' take date at you occasionally have company place w Hi continue .EDWA"D. Yours NOBTH-truly Executor'x, Kale.RJOTIOK '

Commission In full force until at the house that bores! ;you?' -..* March
the of the Mlamll\1etrorolls has the random-In 1800 English literature "Often Bo.t" fM. 1.1 1 I. hereby uln that In We Furnish
but puriunnro
final hearing and decree In the case. following of thnlpaper and history do not show convincingly\ We have a remedy. We To the 'Ttamocratlo Voters of P".nn""County of tliuti I >rmnniidurovliilon, > of the liiat
concerning the movement of always let our little ;Johnnie recite."- I hereby announce my f.y rr rouuty: Klllimil tvntanixnt of the lute K. B.
But a number of republican senators that this Is so.-London Saturday He- Milwaukee Sentinel. CommiMtiloner of lstrict Ho, Hutiism *hitch htm loom tluly probated anil of "r"wi i
vegetables from that place: "The the notion of the
) Insist tho broadest view. Coul'Y. "IJ""o Dmort tn the ottlutt of ('ouiity Juilun lit anil for
on possible vegetable season: now drawing/ a p.lma. R.7 r l! iltumii Uountv we the untlenliiii-. i Good
review by ,the courts, including the clone has been one of the most mio- $ .ES.To e Ezeultltoreotsiui .lllt on the
.
to suspend the Commission'srates cessful In the history of the New No T.o.....,.... the Ocmocratlo Voters of Com miss Ion 7th
power River section. Over one hundred Characteristic of the readiness of the The Cause of Many Dlrirlct No 2t Putnam County, during tutt VAYOrIAYA'IO| | by an Interlocutory order or 1 hereby. announce mat I will be a candidate et tIn, front door of the Unuit
Hotme
In Pillatka.
thousand crates of tomatoes and Celt is a reply noted in "Leaves From for Oounty ijommINKoner! for District -
No. I Klorlil .
,
hullolfiir fur
and ahull'
_ temporary InJaction before the final other truck have been shipped, and the Diary of Henry Oreville." Sudden Deaths.There In the doming prlmnrlon' and respectfully atkthe the hlulit' >at ail ..t Milder for i-nnli .HI.11 to ol' Groceries

? hearing. Judging from the debates. I the total output will exceed that of "I cannot get over your nose" said a .aiinport of all Democratic Yours voters truly In the tli" 1.1.nld".rl., :litiidji, ultunte,a pant

lu both Houses, Congress will hardly last season by several thousand frank American woman to the Irish is a disease prevailing in tills I dl.lrl' L.very C. 8TEIIIESA: O"ly In uuiii\onnty..1. I 'bilty.I.mrl County. Hruilfim i.ilui, !

the bill without for crates. "Colohachee, on Middle novelist Colley Orattan whose nose country.. .moet._ dangerous because so decep- I To tlw-IMmocratio Voters of { .. District 81"t.ol Florilllto-witt II
pass providing River. has shipped nearly one hundred J --i tlve. Many, sudden Mo. 4. LnndH In Putnuni county, vl.t ; Every Day :
was flattened. I 1.,0 announce that I will be mii'4 of .*'/., "'..av, ,
some sort of court review ; but the thousand crates of produce, and deaths are caused 'I'bl a candi tp.hi ruiiKe S4. 44 lucre.
the office of County Commissionerfrom I the coriul.rse4 of ,lw and :
"Mo wonder can't. he retorted .
,
democrats will Insist the returns In nil the you i by it-heart disease 171..01
on limitingthat as come growers District No. 4 In the prlmarleM.sndtlmt l 4 of uiw Ml, It.8, rouge a.
are wearing broad smiles and "for the bridge Is broken." pneumonia I ...11 greatly .\'I..hn the sup. "I tjinilt In.tl.l! I vl>: in the
power. carrying large rolls of the 'long 1 heart failure or port of all '0... Itospect fully yours. 1'h..sw14 eu'h huh nil: ofthnt part of
,,
J I H. '\ JolHIRFlorahome III /.01 wV4 lyh.ig wed the
run of the
M-ree .' ""Th highways of literature are r- apoplexy. are.often. Fla A p.1 Otht IPO*, : : IIOIIHU \lirnnuh, :lrll In iou, lii a ,
MUCK RAKE VS. WHITEWASH .. ,//N d1I I the resultrof kidney .' 24. containing suavm IMS. Year.
_ eventful with the FOR BOARD OK PUBLIC 1NHTRUCTION. ';, : : rII.
Holmes
Last Friday was an day spread over says disease. If laiuls I III Urnirfonl Comity. : :
BRUSH.Any for CarR belle. Just as tho Franklin shells of dead novels each of which ha. I L kidney trouble Is To the Dttmooratlo Vot.r of Putnam Cot ,lU'i.l KHtnte In Bradford Iuun "'
10 tile Kelnte 'onllnl
I httrvltv ) "" for re- : of K. it. "
sort of a rake may become a connty Lumber company's mill wentto been swallowed at a mouthful by the _5. I allowedtoadvance'a. nomliintlon to the ntllre of memiwr of tlmOounty Lot I. 1,11,4.ILunndtruet,d"U huh "1)), Rlovk : J Our Goods are Fresh and Now i
work after noon W. K. Coleman. done with." thekidney-poison- Board of Publid In.truclo. from :lu John. Add to town Ofl4llIrk.lsou,. l$,to. ;
and Is
muck rake when muck ha. public .. and we would like to have yOU
accumulated Dlstrlut No.tt, In the ,
citizen met witha Cut I I
a highly respected ed l blood will attack vulrf: "I.W. c.II..IU.HlkU. l'o\nnM
,
to such an extent that the serious accident while attending\> to Don't cultivate that habit of looking the vital organs, causing catarrh of met to your to labor In the rtl.. 'I.' 'r'i'simllcontinue pant lots 6.''IT"llk.n U, town, ,o.W.'pI,ralge.0. ,I I call and Inspect them.It .

health and safety the community the slab pit. A piece of slab struck for something to worry about. You the bladder, or the kidneys themselves for the Increased nlr publ. tu,'S. late I>und \HI'lk.it. n., S > It la not convenient for you

require Its removal. It Is the use to the Mr.ground Coleman and on the the end head of and it struck chest may some day bave your search re break Bladder down troubles and waste almoet away cell by result cell. .obol system. Yours LAnAI IfaIC. :; Mpuu'ttiiias ill town. :01. W.::, : :is:)tp.N Ii ly,.r. to cal Just phone your order in t

: which it Is put that makes It what About 9 o'clock flrewss discovered in warded. from a derangement of the always kidneys and To the Democrats Hrhonl vs..w Curlier Wtofnw, see, :/: : ice range I .,It-is,;'ree out nor.. ; I No, 84, and It will receive prompt
It !Is. the kiln. the Franklin Sometimes! people complain of their I h 'rvltv ttiinoniuw my t'ltmlldnuy for ra Share. I" tile, nw ..; 01 I
Tlieoretlcnlljr of .,
greatest one of the dry a cure is obtained quickest by a proper n.mlnato.to 111 olDen of liioliie'r of the umU.un..lii tlie'ne'Vof { and careful, attention.
.w
In this is County Lumber company's mill and Individuality being crushed out when of the If feelIng Public Inrttrtictlnn from .r: of tit"
muck rake country Charles treatment kidneys. you are "m"lv lo.nl .1114 all In slut. w It, rung M-4avr ;
three dry sheds and two dry filing It would really be the best thing that badly can make no mistake by ., .. District. Thnnklng you for And upon uuh, : iluTl'luh
'
1, E. Hughes: whose work In cleaning and several could you plllt Io.or., I sun Very truiy your, execute cull' "I'ver the I "urrhnm'e .
were entirely destroyed happen to them. taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. the is. MIILBUHM. ,: : :; or our. L. C. Stephens
ueer.good
cliii
,
out the life Insurance muck-beds Is sutlloleiu
Iwelllngs near bv damaged.: After Gratitude Is a strange thine. You great kidney, liver and bladder remedy.It on doede. warranty ueetl ,

almost as famous as that of HerculesIn the fire wall under control some negroes never find It where it should be found, corrects inability to hold urine and To the I 'mocrntlo Votera School District: JOHN W. IMHHOX,

the Auvean Htables. All ; were using profane language scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes No. i. Putimm County A< B-TDWNMKN1),
cleaning \ but In cases where there Is seemingly I h my candidacy I for
me. Kxeoutors
alteration took and r= 4-0.11 of end Will. Kirby and Morris Streets,
when place that necessity being
an ifnpleasant to tim office of immibvr of
n n the
honor to him for his work t He did little or nothing to be grateful for It t'r
three of them were arrested. After compelled to go often through the day, County of Puhllit Inntruotlon.for District
.. not try to besmirch the characters of dark Mr. Putual was struck over the abounds.-Atcblson Globe. aud to get up many times during the No. I,lituul respectfully uolluit your nun.port. Play Box Palatka Florida.
I have served to the tii.ut ,
dead men, as Roosevelt did In his lead several times with a gun In the nlvht. The miliPand, the extraordinary II the pant awl If again elwntml will my continue nbiliiv. Bal

book. ;Next to Hughes, the most hands of a negro named Ereston. $100 Reward $1OO.Tn. eaeet of Swamp-Root is soon realized.It to do so. Yours truly.Frultluml Ruftty -
_ Preston was later arrested and lodged rrulmof this paper will I tw n>a., d to stands the highest for its wonderful IWrt.J' Ht ( .".I. Alley, On !.
useful muck rakes In the country are in Jail. I lear,,that ihm l.as I..m'on.,lrdal: dl... cures of the molt distressing cases.SwampRoot ,M.r.b tall, tinder new le ,
those like Tillman, who expose ..... .._ _ Ib..I...... has bean ...1. la curs la all II.i to take and Is To the Democratic Voters of School District management
men pleasant No. "
.i anil that .I. Cnturrb Hal l CatarrhOur. I Ladles play free
and condemn moral nastiness and' A fOSITn'1I NileIn .Ot!.I. lh. only pfml".. aure now known ... sold by all In fifty-cent and r hereby announce my .candidacy fnr mambo, Wednesday afternoon.
Cawnrli helo" a oon.tltiitlnnal drl\'Jal You have of Nosed of Inmrnutlan I 2! 6. Ice water. F. G. Mail
II' mud 1..1 fratarnlty. I one-dollar may a \ ro" t Buffly. Prop. Education by
: \ rottenness In public life, even In the Having to lay upon my bed for It dlMM., rsqulr. C aon.II.1IIIou.1 i sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery 'h1'k.. J.subject' your approval In

: White House. The Journals which days from a severely bruised leg I only mMiuonl Hull ('..uirrn Cure tile U bhnU......a*In-uilmuoou. I and a book that tells all about it, the "* D' LANE It,,IS.bbee.,eern..tieW54efleda.
actln dlnmlr upon" .
corruption and fraud are do. found relief when I used a bottle of Bal- ruallr. summons of ma .T.t.m. tnarahr d!_ Address Dr. Kil- Putnam Hall,April 10,1M6.: Dr H. E. DOUGLASS : '... Iiooll: I
expose UWr..n .
bhsentreetymai.
acd's Snow Liniment I can cheerfully, 1",1118, in. foundation of the dl_. and Li.- N. Y. = :
log the beat possible work. It la the recommend It ss the best medicine for inS the pmtlfinc .muffin br building' up IheaonnlltUtI.fl mention., this Wen los TAX A.IIB I Osteopathi UR .. "_.:.. .. ,
in doing lw writing reading g Phy.slcan. n. .,i 0.
nuturo Vol
sl an.i.llng To the Democratic
County .n'.
man with the whitewash brush, and bruises ever sent to the afflicted. Itbas work. 'II,. proprietor. b.T.iu> muau hull In IM offer in this paper. Don't make any I horoby .""0110 that I 111..m for] : SU ClnmUn (nSr ._.L". (

, not the man with the rake who Is now become a positive necessity upon curative po....... Ih.t lh.v offnr One HundndlollanforsnroaMtlwtltMUlo mistake,but remnemberthenameSwamp.Root the ono, of and promise I nom- ,, -e--- -

factor to public affair mysel' oura. nj ,Dr. Kilmr'.Swamp-Root and theare [ "' serve von. ..In.. I have .the AU Curable Dieeases -- -- .- .-
the dangerous Merchant Doversvllle jar u.s or t..oDlal. p.. I tnankall for pout favors and uccessfully
D. B. Byrnes. Addre* V.J. CHelleT a 00, Toledo, 0.said Binghamton N. Y., on every your hslpaguln. Bespeetfully. without druga. tet Fewer Long""
In .. Cb' Gallons Wears
and who deserves a place Ack- e """ :
*; I Texan. !860 BOo and 1.00. Bold by bY DrusgiL O, V.IIIILLAIR.'f. c
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t the pillory.; rmao-atewart Drug On. Tck dells i'r7'u.; fee BOn &\paUODo .btle. peal&Uolt t Devoe. i\




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aD a. Emmmmmmmmmmmmmml L ,
a Crescent A FAMOUS SONG WRITER.

| Do You Realize I .tho prisoner Fo.t.. -Wmm Called the K.lira* Alice I Florida East Coast Railway.

3 What concerning a I'M of Mtulo.

CUESOKNT) Stephen Collins Foster, the most popular .

1 Cash BusinessMeans 1 4 j U one of the. CITY. / policeman. of American sung writers and Lca1 Time Card No. 66 In 16 9.O
Effect
1 4 locatloos 10 most beautiful [ all. He got composers, bus been called the Edgar I April J .
r.I Florida. Tourlets Allan Poe of music. Like Poe be
was
? 1 4 will nnd It an Ideal snot to I !lOVTII-BUND..RlAD( ? DOWN NORTH-BOUND-.READ' IJRlluirot ...
(4 genius. He of
a came Virginia parentage -
C lot pond the winter or a few z_ = r r- _
niuw = :
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CC / : received a good education and died -
days of keen
It means that you can get C d delight. N..89 No. 28 No.7S II.. ..
C d The In New York Jan. 13. 18fl In the STATIONS
town Is ;
on Crescent D.II,
Lake and
g of GROCERIES ljs-
supplies 1'I

g vour hAY, GRAIN, etc., 1':1: (and an arm la 100 of the St.: Johns Rlver1) ; and, cure height lIe of bill born fume, a penniless wander -7(J(';Ul U'lftho: .....................::,.. .. ........................ 'lIIIpm 55'ICna '
1'1 miles by er. was in rittsburg July 4, """I"u g 1/1I11' ,...................RotHJ.okso.hhi.i.v, 7 17pm 1I07.m

tI at a Great the old Reduction time in Credit ooHt .:. "l' miles by rail from Jaokson- i It Is and In- 1820.lie Itturnad 7 7 tt: :, ii to 4(1411h hIldn(:: : :: :::::::::;;:::::::::::::ci....lIwili Auuhju,, .::::::::::::::::;:::::::: : $ifpm P': : 45eu1 45cm:
e over purely cosily and after receiving sruuh,' lGuit Pnhsuks 10pm S 50cm
Th'e
System.It Cd C lot all day river ride on the .. .. and private lesson, In inutile and drawing : :.:fi.i: f18ii": An.:::::::::::::.::::::,::... EIiiubn.....:=::::::::::::::::::::Lv Ti4iiT': "T8SIII:

u steamer Cresoont. from Jack from disease' taught hlniuclf to pluy an the --JIII'!" It tuRin ""v........................... Iuatkui..A.! C 4i1.'n S O6siaTtpi.i"
enables/ us to pay cash lot sonville to Crescent CIty Is one *ino. .....=..... Ar" ,............ ........ii.1I M..o..L. .........._. Tihsumu:7"
of the flageolet guitar and bauja' lIe also do- ... .. ... 4 4S
lot delightful !iiuun Ar
CI and get bottom prices from Cd Florida travel. experiences The of [ and, Coooa Mgr. Fla.0... voted several yenrs to tho volco and (spun;;:;- JH ': 1V.::::::::::::::::::::::::::. biuunulti, .::::,::::,::::::::::..::.Lv ti-: "Tts.m ,

the jobber and manufaotur.Cd leaves Jacksonville steamer piano. Then ho turaod hl. attention to 9 ilptuu. U'VI.m ............................1I"pon'......_.................... .28Iilt S SeemS
Uerblne
er, and' in turning over the lot every Tuesday Thursday at 8 a.and m. : excellent In med.my composing songs and dialect ballads 10 401110(Ipte; : t Iit: ,: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: Ornuond.Zi.yione.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : dbpni 544pm:: : : =:::

CI Roods to you for cash we can Cd City Saturday at 6 reaching Ore ooot \ ; myself have. I and dialect Rung At tho ago of seven 20) Inline tlipn. soopi i s-h.;:::,,.) l.r::::::::::::::::::::::::New i'orlOr.iiute O'fl70'C.:::::::::::::::::::::::: "" : frJ 457.0.II 10.0. .
half the and p. m. This by Acker. teen, while ,
do( it at profit lot trip Is the employed Louisville. ICy 111..11I 4 4-iiu I wpm a 101'11I
Ij BE SURE we make WHAT Cd only daylight ride up the broad 'bo published thu screnndu" "Opi-n Thy III1H.II 4 IIl>plO An.1iifioIon..fLy; IIl10pm C Sepia
ON. tI and picturesque lit Johos.WI [ -- -. Lattice, Love" whltb'IIS instantly .11hiIn... 0 OOI.m I ...alls .1(7 JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ12:: O'pm II Sop'tmidti
FIGURED
a WE!: and The offers steamer has pretty cabins I1HrOltorH successful Then followed "Uncle Nod" tot 1:;,,:,. "l1 t:: ;.v::::::::::::::::':.:.::::.... ,f 11111\ ...:::::::::::::::::::::::t: Topm 2 lIupia.: : : 00cm.it 5850.: .

H It's Business. CdCd a delightful outlook "O Susannah," ", "le1were\ sung by a II "pili 8 I"p' .............................' .......................... 106.2.'!!.. I .OOIIIDIfTuii -t I
tI even In stormy weather.Cresoont .- 'l ; ......,....... '
.. r-si-ti' .. .. I ); i"M.m 68090.S
| In Your WI City Is tho center of minstrel troupe and Stephen Foster became Solon 11 Mil In I.v.\......................... S.ul..rtl.\"Y\ l.Ei' II 10cmIitti.ni
It's Money fool the orange growing Industry In are appoint- famous fur and wldu." t--u Olim .........................., ivI .. ............_... .......Ar -C Sepia -a-OOom-
:1 middle Florida and boautlful [ / )Marrying\ 'In 1841 I.I Jennie McDowell 12 Stein 04. Sip,., ...........................Cnoo..L. I :Rpm I 22cm

n n pocket. all grove surround the place Exec- be cunio to New York \vhcre In rapid 22 thlmn Chef: ::- 2 22h'a S41"n ::. ::::::::::::::::::::::::Ecu. ::f.1:7.' :::..':.:'..,:-:__.:....::_. :: 12 1 Sepm l7pmn::: r 4750.iseinI :

1.1 Good boating hunting and as in- sucooHHlon, he supplied/ Ills inihllHhors I lJ.o of Wpm ................. ......Melbourne....................._'.. 13 S7pm I 57cmI
o It ,saves, the cost and worry flailing will Democrat IIfInm e 101" ". ..........................,010..11.11..................._ 11 62.m 12 52cm I
5 afford
amusement with Honin which blCIIIIIO famous 140.0 8 OOl'D(, ....._....................Rt, hurl ......_................ 16) MeO' 12 0005S
3 of keeping accounts. Have I;! for sportsmen. \May 16th, "Old.Kentucky Home" "Massa's In De Ol.m e l'lm, ........................,\0'0.0 1'1.0...............,,...._.. ,10 6Ua.D II Sepia
iii Naptha launches / 5 Stain e 871"" ......... ..................vhbbuith..................,........_,. : hO 7.m III.pm
g you asked for our Cash Priori I;! cured can be se Cold. Cold Orouud.." "Old -Dolt-- Trnv"---.. 8 f.n, e tipin ............................., Eden .............................. .. ho IS.IJI II "pm84Oft'0 4
ri ? If not do so now and oheaplyfor water trIpe. "'Villi... We Have Missed You" and 8 4Upm ..........................,.JUII..a ......_.................... .. 10 1.tiaia II OUpm
::J Crescent City has good hotels H. F. John- 8 rhnm, 0 57phu ..................._........hiluard..........,,................. 1000.m 10 6UPID
Bee what we cau save you. I'J and boarding bouses at mode : McCnsklll; "Sweet Ellen [Joy lie." But !the song 4 lenIn 7 II.'IIm, ........................ Hubu HUlllld ................_..... D 84.m 10 Wpm

a tI rato rates. that IeIe.t known In muiiy lund 10"Th. :deem ilcui: S 7 10pm irpn::: :: :::::::::::::::::;::iv-riIn!.: ::: : .b":,:::::::::::::; :: : 41cm 15cUI 10 9 cop.Sep01a :: '.
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Beautiful shaded : :K.: M. An. Suwnneu Itlver for which (Chris 4anm 41pm ih..yntoim Rum ehpmS
14 bicycle paths.BcnaaaSSSSEcEcBnr.iiccccrlKrr1. walks and Tuck tie's minstrels him lit the Sfl.In : tOjum: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.::". Dhr.y, I : ,:::::::::::;:::::::::::::: :: : 13cm: : Sepnse ::
!14Cd:I gave beginning 40cUI" 0 1lpin'' .....................Ion 1'.",, ord.I....................... 7 10.UI 1 7a 6.pm
: lot ; $50.:; In addition hu revolved! royalties tir.m, 0 01..m .................._..,..... .hboruh......._..._............_ 190Im 1 SOpia
J W. Miller n e- H. Bard, on Its sale of over built\ a million 70110'0 9GH"n, ..............._......_ II.I1..II'.le.. ....................... 7 011cm 78.pm

n" : ; J. Mo. Hard, copies and the honor of knowing that J w.n sHeet: m 011,10 Rjtn: :: l.r::...:::;;::;:::::::::::::.l.enion.::. ; ,:Guy.:..:.::::::::::::::::::::.....ty" : =:: 1 7 lIp 0.pii-!') 4

- n 1 eminent H 00"11I .. ..........._.. ......................... '._...._.................. ........_.. I cop'
Fla. n I.ItJ : singers like Jenny Lind sang me lenin ..............._, Ar....,....................11"1..' ....................... L............,....... IIOpua
g Crescent City, B 1:1: Take | : Hogg/ S. S. It to applauding t1\onO'II1\ 8. .12

a ; H. Bryant Ills lust song;, a negro melody "Old Parlor Can on tralni! W! and 7$. llnnxit Sleeping Can on t..ln.1IO and'' 98.
iIgtltltltl a gg' _ W LILI;, Bluck Joe." Is still a favorlto. A fourthof Cathy except tiuuday. _
tI crnc cm tI 111 -
ru p Lrfc: < Will -------- -
hIs ISO: songs were In negro dialect i.ti -1 "..ai
-- IB Pay Off gJMBVJ ; Dusonberry, aaiong which were "Nellie idly" "Nell set. Ne.al N.19 D'-"' Ne.17 NolI lUNCH.D'"I Nell No.IS No.IO 1I..2a siC sit.s.d .
MVPORT
lIIalll ag glllg .g g cgaammgIII I'.itJ LILI I Was a Lady" hind "Nancy Tile." 7' o.nr ;':t. Dilly 0.111'' ::t.D.llr O.lIr Duly .,.

M. Tucker, .!!!'.! _ __ _.. ''l
IA SQUARE I IIDERL ''j Some time soon and t j: Erwin ;
Not on the Platform. COop eljSiOp ROOpIOOO&Lv..J.oltHoo.III..Ar 700& SlOe lOOp StOp SlOp
look Into the merits of iIh4oji.. flO.p Sloji.. 2"1'" 10""a ._...Jhuuthi Jack.onhit.L, 05ia Sa"n 12B2p Slip e I'p
0! ri Our t:j 7-E. B. "Gents," said the trolley car conductor 10R"I'! TiIf'.. UItOp Slop hultuli. .. ............II.bloll..II............ Situ StOIC mliop! B2Up SlOp

I I Ift g r,1 B"rjn It Goods.will pay" you. We r LI::.:t L F. Baker; platform., "you Yer mustn't brenklu stand the on rules.the"back Ig.r.:;:,: 74111 7 2111i l; slop Sbop SSemrItltaAn.V(4t'':,:1014a: :::::::::.AdoahiG,.. llhiyport. liomub.::::::::::-1v" 500.6 11,5 7 rog up. SOUp S 1211 5'Slip)


) rC IM a line want of you.to"""es1 see our Oxford new ruI D. Gushing/ 'Koine of 'em nln't," piped up the lit PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSUII'CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI."I
LI \ !: J. A. tle man. "They're lito odin' on my feet"
means your money's worth iI,1ij: TlesPatent IjeatJier!/ ff: ;
g every time you buy. J ra Vicl Ild.Vhlte: Duck; i Catbollo Standard and Times. Close Connection Made .t Miami with Stesmsblps of the P. ft 0. S. S. Company Uf '.
"U J< ; / J. D.
iJL tc. Prices from 1.00 Hag-
5 That's what you get. at : SB. ; to i,25 pair. f-fi| Mahan; J. It IDS! Havana and Key West \

u LM ru We can show yon a .: Notice Is hereby !given that the
Chamberlin's g ga pw goodllneofOellts"l'lInt. Lt i / 10-W. S. Hoard of County Commissioners at Two Sailings Each Week. \,
lot rtJ: IhAt we are selling from ??: [ Wilkinson;; their next meeting to1 b.. held May Trains
No Transfer
Summer is here and the' tjj LI tin) 75o to '11.60(> per pair. rfcf :, : 9th, ItiOU( will receive bids for buildIng Discharge: Passengers at Ship's Side. _

u :E \Ve have new goods, 'ri; ; 11-L.- T. three bridges. These Tlro.Tablei nhow the Minx at whloh trains majr 1HI npented to.nlY..O and bpar
goods that generally spoil aa L g coining III wepkly. We EhLn Sands. ; One on the Palatka and Starke horn tbe aoveral. '''''000.but their arrival duparture. at tha tlm0a staled la nut ffuarknu.dl ,
then we keep FRESH by g ga I, sell nt small Profit We ru; _' rondo One across the canal I on the not !.talaComiiany( 10'" held iponilble fur anf dulayiiorauy oonaeqinmooaarlnlng tbaraftom.For ",
ordering in smaller I,, {-" rH Agents for !Hweptra: County road between Florikhome and
quanti. rH E. \Vattle Copy" of the LOCAL TIME CARD or, Other Information
a Orr overall CS Urandln. One on Etonian Creek) at
$ ties and often. -
u more r: t --- rr ; Win. the crossing' / known as Timmons'ForJ "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .
Our line of I on Palatka and Waldo. rand -
a re u 'Cr H. Kent: J. D. RAHNER Aut. den'l.! Pass. 5T. AUGUSTINE FLA.
aI iJ nrtnn A. the Board reserving the right to reject Act., ,
i g Groceries I, LU CONE ; J. U. Geary, any or all bids.SpecifIcations .
LU
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SB / for bridges at clerk'sofllne
Lu
J is complete in detail. ria LU ra I ; ). Points, J. .. Attest JOSEPH PRIOR,

a every na Eg The Shoe Man E / ; I. Rowton, Clerk Board Co. Coins.Palatka G. S. & F. RH I L WR Y
a For Cold Drinks come to'o LI'I) ( Fla.[ April It), 1110O.'jgQgQOIMoQO .

3 Chamberlin's.Our ujj aBJ 1.1: Q Crescent City, Flaan LII ) Y.; D.Vi Snow;, WgQggQ The Best Route to -

store is closed L'C .c

a Wednesday from 12 m.every till g ..cnM"L:.... a.L:M) M C u 1l Win.Wylie Mil R.! H. READ, 1tci: co: u. tfa-u.ta.. ofuHd')1.I:>.
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a Thursday morning, como i ---- --- --- -- ( )

j muncing/( May\ 16th. Weather le]>ort. : Wm. Ab- :: REAL ESTATE.Crescent 1 a'meti-d; '3 "'Hi.u'Jfla>>.. })a1ota2JcoiiIcjoie.vij. :
Orpncent Cloy-"m""ra"re for the week onit-e"fenlnl'I': Johnson ; .
I .1 Inv May 4th. Iwwi. City, Fla.
L. Chamberlin'sCrescent 4 Max. Mln.
Iu for for F. Jerkins, : cinb totf1nn otHh.
April. 7a. m.. |>. m.D... m.2l! hraZllin2s. Wm. The Howe
City. j sunilay.. 71 HUM 77 01 iianil. ; property-"Cres )
u u Mniulay( 77 Wl 71 I NI X 71 cent III11"-Is now on the market Two Trains Daily North Hound.
crcccrcrrnecccnccccccnccnijG. Ik>. Tueiday. 70 HO 79 Ml HI) ) : Timmons
M.v.' ) : LOTS $100.

1. w'odneiiday, 79 Q&X 7UU. 91 09 ; B. J. Bat- Particular attention given to Leave Palatka] No. 2, 6:80 a in : No. 10 5:40 p nt.
2.
Thunilay.' 7S HI at Ill" 12S.
_'>ou"'W\I Wg "" Frldav.. mi* Vi 77 tri 13 I : Crescent .City property listed Arrive Palatka, Southbound. No. 1, 10:00: p in. I
4. Suuircluy: TH Ml 79 (Ull IXK. !: 20.-Aaron No. 9,10:80 am.;
I). WILLIAMS. Olmervor. :. Conway; with moo .
Fresh Garden Seed : \ ] "'
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t ."" "" "" "" "" "" Register.- --- Schedules given: above are subject change: without notice, and the
FortleSpring :! & ; R. J.: time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.
Personal and Social, i When You Visit Crescent City
Through Pullman from Tlfton to
: cars Atlanta Chattanooga/ Nashville,
Browning Call and
Next Time sea St. Louis and Chicago
PlantingWe : Elegant between
all-the-year-round sleeping oars
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Valdosta and Mncon. Also Pullman sleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta
F. \V. Thurber tins returned to his / James W. Long's
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have eyerythltig! ; you Kohl, Handsome Parlor Cars in service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon. ;
home In Attlebnro MaRS Valdosta and Jacksonville.
want In this)line. ; Tom Hoi- Stock of General Alerclininilso, 4
loft for
T. S. Bates on Satin-day Iiiformation
as to rates, routes schedules, sleeping car reservations 4
I Chicago, where he expects to spond Heal Meats, Groceries, Dry Goods etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to
the summer. ; J. D. Tin mutt /Btovewenr, Lamps, Etc.
Our "NO. 44" will cure Our prices ate right.Administrator's O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka. .,, ,

: Chills and Fever, Headache, A report of the political[ meeting C. Hngan, S. F. PABROTT, VJoe Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES, Oen. Passenger Agt -

Colds and Bllllousness. Try a here on Tuesday night appears on an : ; TOo Notice Macon, Ua.

bottle 2o.Lound's. outside page./ .- ---- .
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1\irs. }oJ. D. Lynch and Miss Florence [ ( B. Tanner, SIX montllii. after ilnto. to-wltl. Onlolwr, A. II. -
/ 1\1<10. I will,a* the ailmlnlHtratorof, the oattiteofKONU \,
Lee returned on Saturday:! from : ; Scott,duoeanod' prenunt my Ililul, I aecoiintH
Drug Store I and vouchom, to thu Ooiinty: : JiidKe:: of ljutnnmriiitnty ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
a week's visit In Jacksonville. N. Low- : Klnrliln.and: unit to bodlM I harKO. l from
tho (urilwrmlmlnlHtmilon. of nalil ""ii'ij'F.
Crescent City, Fla. Mrs. C. J. McGrady left for her 1 \Y. Tuck- E. KrEll..K: ) :
/ Aiim In .ini tar,
[In St. Wediiea-
home Augustine on
"' This April 101.ll,A. D., 1IXM. 4-1H Gin THROUGH 80HECBLE 4
M .ee"'tl" M
day of last week after a pleasant visIt i ,

with old friends. '; Com Florida Georgia, Alabama Virginia
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StJoMns Rlvrby Daylight. Executor's Notice.To .
Emmet Robinson, with her
Mrs.
: whom U may onncorniHU North Carolina South Carolina.The
i .
The
Beach & I few
: Miller Line, little daughter Seville spent mouths after the dnM hereof I will pre..u .
days here last week on a visit to her / ,,, my Iliwl acoount ""1 vuuohora to thOnuuty .
SlAt"""' ..OREHCKNT.:: .-- Judxe of ptimnm County Florida, ,Cud. Great of Travel between
motter, Mrs. E. J. Harper. a> k to bft .41401.. tllrulll.h.lu'.U..r..mh"a10" Highway
Lve.JackronTUlBonTaesilaTa.Tliarailaysp" ,,,.,' of tba .....,. of A. D. Tucker duo ....d.
? ?"turj.y .t I:4O .. m. for Green Cora, Mrs. LoTeluce of Alabama Is hereon .worth 1'hlo 1'"oeml:Gil,A. 11. 1"00.H Florida and the East and
{r Sin:: CruaooDt city and principal Wa, ( use J. REf'TOR.Admlnl.ora"r .
Rev.
a visit to her sister, Mrs. If of tho will of A.P. x.,ken, uIr.msauem...

dReI".nIOIr.le.v..CrMCeo.al.. Friday MondHyH at 7,a.on m.Wednes Dr. D. M. Reeves as so also Is Miss West, North and Soutn.Convenlont .
tJSS.vl'!" : Wh"1'OOU L&um BtPaiatka :! .... Anna Savage/ a niece. --- -- -- -- -- -

wbarf foot of lemon atrwt Mrs. H. A. Carll and daughters, Service Elegant Pullman Equipment

Mesdames. Bitch and Williams, left
Magnificent Dining Oars.
A. 6.TORREYUfliertaker for their summer home on City Island [ ;

New York last Saturday. a million Route of the Celebrated Trulnm

( and Embalmer. Mrs. }'. S. Crotty Is spending the New York and Florida[ Special "Dixie Flyer," Florida and West Indian

Full line of Caskets and Coffins. week In Jacksonville attending/ the CUSTOMERS Limited,, Montgomery L. & N., Chicago and Fla. Limited.

Episcopal[ convention ns a delegate/
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Telephone Convenient Method
[ of
from the church /guild of this place. an enormous business could be built up and< Traveling.
CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA believe of goods did not have exceptional value and merit Intitrchangoabla mileage tickets good over 15,000 miles of the principal railway
some
If you could only bold the trade of half a million people if our o( the (Southern States are on sale at all principal agencies, at rate of S25: each. '
these candidates you would COllie to what we say wasn't firmly established Limited to one year from data of purchase. For complete Information regarding
theTconclusion that the other fellow ., Foreign Ambassadors Bankers Business rates call on E. P. Jackson Ticket agent address

Crescent City Transfer Co., was not going to get any votes lit all. it wasn't section all right of this country would keep on using fRANK> 0. BOYLSTON. Dist Pass Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling Pass. ARt

Meets all train. at Oieaot nt City Juno- Mrs. Clay Urable of Manlteo county [ would recommend It. sod hospitals use it, U it 138 West Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida.

' tlon. Night Is here on a visit to her mother \ unadulterated W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Tramo Mgr Wilmington North Carolina. 1"
trains !
by appointment. Mrs. C. B.1\lorrow. and her mother- over carefully and then send us a trial order.
not satisfied.
8. If.
LABREE. H
oager. L. Burton. With her
Mrs. J.
In-law
-- -_ I her, two little children. United States loa.t., Washington D.C. Notice of Election for Special Notice of Petitioners to Adopt
are exceptionally Boa for table and medicinal, purpe..."- Tux School District.
; W.
B. -
SHOTWELL Great bunches of Easter 11111ccgraced Wm. M. Start Children. '-4

Builds Row Boats the pulpit of the Presbyterian' U. 8. Senator from Kavada. olre'p::::: Boliool with Ho.; S a(petition:'hId' 15C5 or,*this 400. S patrons, LasS To time Public:
of Florlrtn the hoard of'lIhll., .. Instruction otIMitnam Take notion that
Repairs boats ..11' church last Sunday morning. They ) on Monday the i I
buggies aod makns h ) order an etemton to
Joiinty
III mils( nf wood work repairs at bis shop were the parting gift of Mr. T. 8. WHISKEY ho Imlilon: the iSlh. <1:y or May, 1000, Hrnt. totlHtormllto 28th day of May. A. D., 1906. or a*
l soon thereafter as we be heard
Drear of his whether or not lbs territory liencitNul may
MEAT MARKET. Bates. ; In ,nalit putltlnn I Hlinll, become a HpoolalTax we will flle our petition with the
Orescent City, Ha. I John O'Collaghuii left on s".hi'>ol plNtrtvti ""noonnil who, ahall be Ihe Honorable J.... T. wills. Judge of the
8&tlefaoto1'7
Capt. for tho
work guaranteed at mod- School TrimtiMia two miGueodlnit year!
&at prloe.. for his home In the upper third numuer ol mini' ol nutrlcl I Tax to belevleii )8th Judicial Circuit of Florida In
Friday : ; and for
$ ami collected .I for two yearn.Tbe Putnam county for the adoption -
peninsula of Michigan.! He has arranged .: QEXPRESSU following named penon ar, t>olntedInMiieotorn of Harold Albert Bennett and
: af
I of thus I above election, I : W.
the
Eggs For Hatching. / with other parties for Strange,Clark! 1.llk.lJa""bm..n, W.N'.cannon. Cecil Arthur Bennett minor. :
shipment of his big potato crop at : PREPAID 1"01'00'0"hall open tbe poll at 9 o'clock .. U EO. F. BURBKI.II,
From Pure Barred ln.aiidolonaatlp.nl. ADKLAIDK R. BUBBRI.L,
Rook 'per ::
Plymouth ; Omega./ Tha election I to n bald; M the School Home.

Setting of IS. 100. Morse and her aunt, .n<1 you I" pub sealed Os.., with no L. K. TUUKKK.Secretary.. Falatka Fla Petitioner. '
llt Friday 20 A.
Miss Emma : : show|, .:, FOUR: FULL, QUART April ,
Mrs. G. T1. Prevatt, Mrs. C. A. S. Holland left for Porte STOCK RYB FOR 13.20. ...d... NOTICE. D., 11X16.
.. .... i E. N. CALHOUN,
Wednesday of last It horaa and .pl.lI.have you doctor I
Seville, Via. land, Maine, I Atty for Petloners./ 4t.
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Than If yota dent find It Just aa w say
F. Notion Is the
Oeo. hereby given by
week. and Mr. and Mrs. beck. to la AT OWe EXPENSE: smiles _ :
; ;:- :I.: Sperxcex: : Morse left on Saturday for their summer : >> Sow aould any olter,.b* faifarf Foe i'- 'I Hoard will of County provide Commissioners II separate ballot thatthey ii
:TJ'Iit!' WA! T*D-b7 Chicago) whoteula' and mall
home at the same plsce. : hnx *r encn precinct on Mar Ifith, on I :amilmant:
( ...M.Men. Ore..Utah.Waiih.. L'"i; order houM. nianaxaronan or woman)
Dentist. and Mrs. E. H Williams and 4 Mr. fco! Suit exiientiei* .paid we.khyt expeneee advanced.
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--5---- << .u,by rrelcha .- ..pILl4. "ollo i.d.| for rile pun o''e that enoh .
Oln.. dauirnter, ot Orove Hall left u- qllal.1 Work pleasant! pool lion permanent.No
i a. "'.ld.DU.OD VoRII.ci 5115t, little .... offlce and do It NOW. Iflod freeholder nay express his Inventment or experience required.' spare
[ I"" neat City. Florlds.I this week for their home In New r( as to whether nw court house shall lime valuable.: : Write 1 at one* for. full pSrihCQIarsneul --

( i York city. They expect to return DISTILLING COMPANY be bullti-or not, This Is not a blnd-' ( andloee ssif.iildrooee.h, nu. I.5k.CLObi'NdO envuloiie.HiramranDinT 111.

In"o nENJ''Fl.h..d: ;; ;;:;;; early In October when Mr. Williams :: Insf" vote but ono to net the 91'1.1Of IHO-S -'1
apart
I h.. Ak" bori> house look lug after .t. Louis. Ma ..U Paal.Mlan. the fre hold..rs. L O. CAMOVA. ] -
apartment will have abuiy season JOSEPH Paten, Chairman Bd. TWO FLATS to let. Taqulra. at
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Jn1.1 nvenlenois. Suitable for the shipment[ of from 10,000 to 12 I >> O. jTa.amsstS l88O. Clerk. ttle Saratoga
I PILe ta two P '.ons. Apply i\ M. \ ------. I
his
n from peo"fe.; -b
ot oranges -
I Crescent City Flaw. 1. -tf. 000 boxes -
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.-... The Patton Anderson chapter U D. C., Enlarging Their Business. New Roller Skating Rink. I:
Palatka
: News ...t" meeting lit Mrs. Metoalf's yea dismantled l rnonson.s [Expo1ton 1 s 01 oll Mai n Bargains-!
,. torday afternoon presented to J. N. O. M. Davis &: Son the cypress The Palatka opi'ra house was fitted :
and Is being
I....:"" ; Black well a badge conferring honor tank manufacturers of this city and for ;yesterday roller skating rink to be I

Ready = City I Happening; ,, and = ary membership In toke.u>of his upon Interest that gentlemen lathe- whose business reaches to all states up managed a by JM. H. Fry. The floor Beginning Saturday, May 12th, and continuing for '
;: chapter.The In the Union, are arranging' to add I* to be pnt In good condition And an
'" Personal another line of manufacture. The Ideal rink fitted up. 10 days, we will make the following reduced
\ i mention. = trip around the world given Roller skating Is popular amusement -
For .""' '''' ...... by the ladles of the Episcopal church machinery for the manufacture of Just now and Air. fry will be prices on goods.in all Departments:
" last week was one of the most pleasingly cypress palls Is being unloaded from able, with his ample floor pace, to
ed Mrs. Wick of Jackeonvillevbit- original schemes for raising the cars and additional buildingroom enter to the devotees of the sport In 10-4 Brown Sheeting, worth 25c, going at. . .18e .

friends here this week.T. church funds vet put Into operation. and dry kilns are In process of thin. city. He proposes to have) an Bleached Sheeting, worth 28c, for. . . 22i/
The ladles realised a goodly sum for 10.4
8. Ideal inacsgeinant.
Phillips of Winchester Ky.. ideal rink and an
erection. The firm will the
SpringBusiness la here on a visit to Dr. U. E. Welch. church work. begin 46-inch Pepperell Pillow Casing worth 15c, going at izijL
manufacture of their new line Justas EXPOSURE
Mrs. Marie Cecile Thomas of this
H. E. WalJ, prominent mill man city, widow of the late Walter Thomas soon as possible. To cold draughts of air. to keen and 20 yds. good unbleached for. . . $1.00',

of Welaka,waa )in the city yesterday. waa committed to the Insane In addition to this the facilities of cutting winds sudden changes of the 1 lot Indigo Blue and Garner Rd Calicos for. . .oc yard

M. O. On teen, a prominent farmerof Asylum .last Saturday by order of the big tank factory have been greatly temperature, scanty clothing undue exposure Black and Silver Gray. Calicos for. ,6c :
Holllster, was In the city yester Judge M. I. Coxe. This afflicted ladles of the tbroat and neck after pub- 1 lot Simpson's yard ,

malady did not become generally Increased and the product from lie sneaking and singing, bring on 1 lot Scotch Lawns at. . . . . : . Sc yard'' j I
day.The known until a day or two prior to this department goes out In car loads. I coughs and colds Patterns worth OOc
skating rink over Adams'warehouse her commitment, when she became dally. Ballard's Hoiwhound Syrup Is the bent 1 lot Gingham Dress going at. . 75C '

is drawing the crowd just violent and bad to be guarded.; Her The Tradesman of Chattanooga, cure. Mrs. A. Barr. Houston Tex.ofBallard' "' 1 lot Rem.. Dress Gingham, worth lOc yd, going at .&,, !
now.
hallucination ts that she has been writes, Jan. 31, 1 02: "One bottle
With a Big.Assortment The cottages of Capt. Wm. Iverson hypnotised. There Is great sympathy Tenn., In a recent number contained Horehound Syrup cured. me of 15 pieces 31-inch Dress Gingham, worth 12 Jc, now .loe',| !

Fifth street are belug painted this expressed la the city over her the following' notice of the business. a very bad cough. It I. very .pleasantto 1 piece 52-inch Turkey Red Damask worth 25c, at 22|1/
of week. condition. In the succeis of which every Palat- take. Bold by Ackerman Stewart t. 35c: at ;2c
Drug Co. ___ 1 piece 58-inch ; a9c:
Misses Eva and Ona Brubaker kan has especial prides __
Harry L. Brown of. the St. Augustine entertained White Mercerized Damask worth 65c
The Celebrated Record was a visitor in the city a party of young friends "Growing out of an humble beginning For 1 piece 80-inch yd, 4gc

last t UDd y. last Tuesday evening at the pleasant the cypress tank manufactory Bale Riverview Chevoit, worth 8c yd. . . .6 3/c

F. A. Gerber is the home of their uncle. Mr. F'. P. of U. M. Davis *; Son of Palatks, Embroideries Jl} to 4-in wide 5C yd; i to 7-in
attending undertaker's I>ul'ontoD Palatka Heights. Some Fla., Is a fair and healthy sample ofwhat'enterprlse Railroad Comraissionar 1 lot loc yd

Griffon this week convention In Jacksonville fifteen young people composed the and business sagacity 1 lot Embroideries, 6 to 13 inches wide. . . .15c yd
and.. Jollier crowd. would have
party may attain, and the inherent
possibilities and-Insertion from . 2C to
Mr. Shlppee. a leading farmer ofFlorehcme been hard to find. Out door games of honest and ambitious 1 lot Val Lace : ioc per yard
was a visitor in the city occupied much of the time andIt young manhood.

BrandHand Wednesday.J. was quite late when the party returned "From: the building of one cypress Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Department:

W. Conway of Francis had business to the city. Refreshments of tank a week, by all hand work there
, before the board of county; commissioners Ice cream and cake were served and has been gradually erected within a Straw Huts froth lOc to $1.50. 1 lot Men's shoes worth $3.00. for*-),48
on Wednesday much enjoyed. few years a plant by O. M Davis & Ladies' and Children1* Slices at proportionately l low prices.

Tailored Suits U. B. Mobley, the .opera house, Sons the_feeltlee of which almost !Men's Dress Shirts, worth 75o, going at. . . . ? ..SOc
Henry Cannon, an old and prominent enable
them
For Menin citizen of feaieU was. naso en rncor.Jvts-lctifred: one or the single while wait.to complete' your tank Just received a very nice line TRUNKS: and SUIT CASES
stores la the new Merryday block on you at reduced prices See our Peerless
Cue nCrtteM last Wednesday. Lemon street and will move to his "The cypress tank factory of O. M. which we will sell I'ntterim

Mrs. Geo. IOay has returned now place of business next week. Davis A: Bon Is solely owued and personally -::::
from a visit to her ulster, Mra. Thomas Mr. Mobley has built up a good business conducted by Mr. Howell A.
Serges, Chevoitsand Howe, on the east coast.J. with honest goods and square Davis, the father and senior memberof T.'J. APPLEYARDsm
the firm having died while the
dealing and his Increased trade demanded -
M. Kelly, the well-know naval and modern business was in Its Infancy Young -
more room more -
stores operator of Hollister, was a He will an Davis found from the start that the that you mark jroar ticket
quarters. keep up-
Worsteds. visitor in the city yesterday. demand for his tanks was far Brothers
to-date stock of goods in his new gre..tertbaD like this Gay
j R..v. F. H. Rlchey Is attending the store and will have a better opportunity his facilities could supply, and J
These Snits are Diocesan Council of the Episcopal for making an attractive dis by unceasing efforts and square dealing tot Railroad Commr.elonermVora
cburch In Jacksonville this week play. ,, he was enabled to install from 'for two.
time to time labor
made to Fit Mrs. B. C. Lannlng returned Sunday -i Lake Jones of Palatka, one of the From year to year saving his business machines.has X T J. APPLEYARD.. The Leading Grocers of East Florida
from a short visit to her friend best known government postofftoe f steadily grown. A large new factory
and have everyappearance Mrs. I. A. Boughton, at Bridgeport. inspectors la the south is here on was built. 'rwo years ago the business ,
ofllclal business from his headquarters outgrew the
new factory and one
of R. S. Mooney this week was where a visitor he to attend.Jacksonville In Atlanta. Mr. Jones, while a still larger, and which he now occupies Our stock was never more complete than now
Is recognized as the deanof 1
young man. was constructed _
the bestCustom ed the state undertaker's convention." tlie corp of Inspectors In this sec- "There Is nothing' In labor-saving and new goods aru a.rrivinveekly.\ .

Mrs. W. C. Snow and Mrs. L. J. tion. During his connection with rapid machluery that will gain one
Made Royce expect to leave for their summer the government he has succeeded In minute of time or add one feature of : : ...m @ A few of our specialties:

home Brattleboro Vt., tomor- securing evidence and sentencingmore ; superiority to cypress tank which r-.ma.s. ,I
Clothes row. postofllce robbers to tha peni- may not be found In this factory of li J. Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
tentiary than of his fellow work. today. .. ... lit
This Patterns Mrs. :2f. O. Davis and daughter any .. Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil
Spring's ers In the south. During the great "One great advantage. the firm on-' ,
Miss Florence Davis, were visitors trial of Machen and others who were I lays over most competitors Is that its Summer Requisite. j]
in St. Augustine several days this All the leading; Brands of
are the
week. convicted of crime. against; pos located in the laud of cypress, and @
tal laws, Mr. Jones was one of the forests of the great trees and severalof i Cereals.
Especially Fine. The senate In executive session main government officials connectedIn the largest cypress saw mill. In "
Monday confirmed the nomination the trial of the cases.-Pensacola the south are within sight of the fac Why utter yourself or allow iii @ Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, I'
of D. M. Kirby as postmaster for Fa- Journal. tory. For this reason, the lumber your children to suitor from .
latka.; -Se- -- used in the manufacture of Its tanks M Prickly Heat when A box of alsoPillsbury's

Louis Scliworin draughtsman at The County Commissionery.. 4s. a selection of the best there Is In our = Gold Medal, }
Then we hare an the G. M. Davis" Son tank factory cypress.
L left Thursday for a month's vacation The May meeting of the county "Davis tanks are shipped every Prickly ib Heal Powder ij Obelisk and other
Elegant Line of In Chicago. commissioners was held at the court where tanks are used-throughout *
house on Wednesday with a full the States, Canada South America, Hoase. Brands of
Dr. \V, H. Cyrus, Chas. E. Rowton board Hawaii Australia Africa and most aggravated
present.
Y Straw andPanama and Oeo. E. Jay will attend the The board arranged for a new Pal Europe-and the demand for them All Irritation stops after jjj Flour.

gathering of Mystic Shrlners. In Jacksonville atka and East Palatka ferry contract which Increases year by year. Is the the first application. | g
tonight with E. N. McNab. best evidence that there are none Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies
' Hats City Engineer W. W. Lyon U a T. J. Strickland being the lowest superior, and comparatively few as N! Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. M J

delegate. from St. Marks church to bidder was given contract to build good. N The Up-to-date Druggists.atalralt ; f III)I ever brought to Palatka.
Kloraboine and Oraudin "Among Mr. Davis principles of
the Diocesan Council of the churchin bridge on
which we want to Jacksonville this week. road for 168.00. business Is to employ the best labor '". lall': '."....f A
T. was lowest bidder and and pay for It what it is worth. I

Show you. The .little 11-year old son of Mr. was awarded contract to build bridge "His factory and.business. affairsare "Thou Shalt Know the Law;" BOTH STORESLemon
W. M.
Cannon of Penlel has been across Etonlnh Creek at Tlmmons models of systematic arrangement !
quite painfully Injured by running a cross In if. Palatka and Waldo road, and detail. There Is a place "Forewarned Is forearmed;" EVERY
pitchfork in his foot. complete with approaches for 115. for everybody and everything, and BODY'S LAW BOOK, just published,

Col. John E. Lambeth of Atlanta, J.-'V. Conway was the lowest bid- each and everything In Its I place. tells you what your legal rlfhts are
This year we have formerly of Gainesville and then a der for bridge across little Rice "He Is an active factor in the pro- and how to maintain them; useful to s"n... West End.

member Gov. F. P. Fleming's staff, Creek and the contract was awarded gressive element of his city and business men and mechanics mar-
placed in Stock a prominently ried and single women. PALATKA. FLORIDA.
was a visitor in the city 'Vednc dIlY. him at S14J. Identified with municipal women J
The cl"rkVa.. Instructed to writeW. affairs." Thousands are spent yearly by people
Big Assortment of Mrs. W. B. Ham 11 11 and little Jl. Forrester: and J. F. 'lanes. of who ought to know better mid

daughter have returned to their Georgetown; asking them to repair A Warm Time is Promised.The would If better Informed. Every m
Trunks, Traveling home in Jacksonville after a visit of roads nvida In hud condition by them' boy and girl; should be taught the.

some weeks here with relatives. through upciHtion of heavy log carts I members of Moharum Temple general principles of the law. The __ __ n___ _
Bags and Judge E. E. Haskell Is in Jacksonville and turpentine wngons. Also to No. 119, Dramatic Order of business forms will enable you to

this week in attendance East Coast Railway In regard to public Khorassan will hold a grand ceremonial draw legal documents, wills leases,. .N1N1N", NNe11N,
n Suit Cases- the Grand Chapter U. A.M. and upon the crossing of Its track lust south of I at the Pythian Castle Hall agreements, etc. Reference to its ,' :er \
Urand Cotnmaudery. Knights Tem Orange Mills and north of Clark's Jacksonville on Friday evening, pages will tell you when to RO; to \ Just received
This stock is siding. This crossing had been complained May 25th, which will be an occasion court and when to avoid litigation
plars. of by responsible parties as of much jollification and allKhorassans Price 3.00 In law style of binding;; i Fresh
larger than is shown Mrs. Jos. Legeur and little daughter being In bad condition.The of the Oasis" of Palatka are com- $2.50 in half Morocco binding; ex- stock
Ethel have returned to their clerk was Instructed to adver- manded to be there to participate In Dressage paid on receipt of price,
anywhere else in home in Brunswick On., .after a tise for a bridge tender at Rice Creek the secret conclave. Don't get left. Book agentsehould write for terms I r/ f
1 pleasant visit of three weeks in this bids to be opened at next meeting of Remember how you were Impressively Address Hitchcock Publishing f} (!
' Palatka. city with relatives. the board. impressed In March.D. Company 49 Eighth avenue, New 41r 1y ..ii'' $ ofGarden
York.P. J Seedfor
Mrs. The committee appointed to report
Harry L. Brown of St. Augus-
tine and her mother, Mrs. U. K. on the bridge across the canal between M. Kirby Re-appointed. 8.-Mr. Benjamin. Hitch- r ''I
cock, the president of this ,
Lake Stella and Bird Pond company
Crutchfield of West Palm Beach
PoMtmaster D. M. Kirby of this the oldest and best-known <
made Its report to the board but the Is one of
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spent lastbaturday::; .mllSund..y with city recently President the United
re-appointed by publishers In States.
matter was laid nvrr until the next
Mrs. F. D. Wattlee.MI.a
Of course the meeting.The Roosevelt to be postmaster at
Alice Moragne and Mrs. B. pension of Elijah Orantham Palatka, was on Monday confirmed Shoes: Shoes, a big stock at Leo $ S ring Planting.
People all know A. Deal are representing the wo was on retition-askedto be Increased by the senate and Is now entering Jacobson's.AGENTS.
man's auxiliary at the Episcopal from $2 to 15 per mouth. The board upon his third term of four years. !
by this time that church convention In Jacksonville increased the pension to *3 per month I It has been stated by those in position WANTED to take or- Families who useSTRICKLAND'S Place your orders
this week. after this month. I to know that Mr. Kirby was reappointed ders for McCall liazar Magazine at
Ellis Cue colored nuked for a llcIBM without effort on his part 60o a year Big commission paid to Breadare now.
Mrs. J. N. Blackwell of this city but that his Make some for i
and presented, Interests were looked after agents. money your-
to tote a pistol
; BROWN'Slay was elected registrar of the Florida: refused. by friends. elf. Write or call on J. T. BOND, Its fast friends I
division United Daughters of the bond The but salary the privilege of the janitor was at the During the eight years of Mr. Palatka, FI..., for particulars at It's worth YOUR while to try It; also City Drug Store.

Confederacy at the annual meeting courthouse was Increased from $!2O Kirby's incumbency of the office, once enclosing 20 stamp for reply.A the Strickland make of Buns, Pies. =
ofUnderwear In Orlando last week. to ):2T! per month. the business the Palatka' postofllce snap for every one. We sell Mo- Cakes. (Orooms old stand). Central .Nti4't NN11NN4U.

Mrs. Frank P. DuPont spent several has doubled. Call patterns. Lemon Street -_-,--? -
days last week In' Oaluesvllle. In
attendance annual, convention The Penny Trick. Dr. Sledd's Lecture. FOR SALE-A good l..rlte'coPl'pr .LOPBK BAILEY. LUAS M. HILI.I<.. |
of the 1VPoman'e Home Missionary The pert atetlo penny trick per- bath tub good condition. J.'I' BOND. r--a".a-" -mmcmg.
Society as delegate from the Pal formed by Walden U a very prettyone Dr. Andrew Hledd president of the a- few _
atka society. and originated In Germany. Itconsists University of Florida will deliver a S handsome and serviceableGas H G. IOKR 6AIIEVIft g
lecture at St. James M. E. church tomorrow
..
Neckwear In causing a coin placed
p;; =
Thoa. H. Keating was fined $lo and under wineglass, the whole cover- (Saturday) night. The lecture Ranges
costs in the municipal court Tuesday a will begin at 7:10 and will be H
morning having been adjudgedguilty ed with a paper cone desired.to disappearand Here free. AT A BARGAIN I *l 'a nd ri Fire Insurance:
often ns
of keeping the back door of return as Dr. Sledd Is one of the greatest of ,
Collars and Cuffsand It Is-try It at your leisure and Mrs. A. L. Him !Ies N goingawrtv WjT iii Gas Hot Plates I
his bar room open on the Sunday Take n wineglass and having the south's educators as an ora- I for the Leading American and Foreign
Huninirr and
has few and
previous.This tor equals none supe I
nil around
placed little mucilage rior. He should be with IL' will dispose of her Millinery that we lOre offering at
greeted an
has been n great week for candidates It. "dge. turn It over on a sheet of Bushiest im Lemon Ht. The N very Companies
The tall timber audience completely tilling the reasonable figures. Samples -
In Palatka. white and when dry cut
away entire stock I'
paper and fixtures
church.Dr. 1m '" are at the ofllve of
been deserted them
have by
to
seems the paper close to the glnss. Stand will be gold -
Sledd will remain Sun Accident Insurance:
Hosierycovers for the more strenuous political activities the glass mouth downward on a over li J. w &
of the city. The European sheet of paper slmlllar to that cover- day preaching at the Presbyterian AT A BARGAIN G. Loper Bailey

t Restaurant him been headquarters. Ing the mouth of the glass, make a church In the morning and at the I L Good Stock Good Business Hartfoni
Methodist church in the evening. The Travelers of
the wants of Miss Ruth Hanley entertained the I a paper cone to fit over the glass li J. Mrs. A L Bowles & Co. W
West End Club at her pleasant homeon and you are ready to astonish your 1m ,
Everybody. And- Oak street last Friday evening. friend. Borrow penny and lay It Grand Army Meeting.The t Suppose you'cnll and lookat H Life Insurance:
on the large sheet of paper by the them.
There large gathering of M
was youngpeople _
That we Lead in and all report a very enJoy- side of the wineglass; cover the gla,. annual gathering of the Florida At the same time coo canexamine The "OermilDil
Old Reliable
able time. Instrumental music and with the paper cone, and place the Department Grand Army of the a :NEW WATER
the diversion. whole over the coin. Command the Republic will convene In this City Executors'' Notice: HEATER that we feel assured
games was penny to disappear, and on removingthe next Tuesday May 15th, for a two manv persons will Lit of New York
SuitsFor Through a misunderstanding In cone It will appear to have obeyed day's gathering.' The headquarters tstti Notice, lug,In W0 hereby Blind llvon make shot Own on \1'0 Dol.", June find a great comfort when
this ofUc the News neglected to your command as the paper over of the delegates will be at the Arlington aronunt* and touchem aa rlocuinr return' of of our in* used In connection with
state last week that both Uolden's the mouth of the glass etfectuully Hotel, and the business sessions InW will sad tItanium of Idwaril B Jenkins their bath. Marine Insurance:
Children and Murray's meat markets would conceals It. To cause It to reappearyou will be in Odd Fellows Hall. deceased, and apply I roroiirdftoohftru. a. euan.'
i remain closed each afternoon duringthe replace the cone and carry away There are about 20 Posts of the G. A. Cxaoulor. ALMA KUWAI1D J. FOHfKK.E. JENKINS.; : P Pololko I S The CompaniesA.11
[
cos U t Leadimg
' j nnd Boys hot season from 12 in. to 4 p. m. the glass under It. II. In Florida and It Is estimated that SARAH A JBNKINS. I 8 :
Customers snould take notice. some 50 or more old Federal soldiers Palaiki,Tl Ia.,DM.91,11)04.

The Silver Social given by the The State Census.The will ba In attendance as delegates. = Claims Promptly |
Waists.M.S. members of the Presbyterian church .. fuel Cot
choir at the howe of Mrs H. A. official bulletin of the 1006( census 1LP.r- Settled.
Uray last Tuesday was a grand social of Florida has. been Issued from C M'.r-' _...._ iIIII.J
and financial success. The literary Talllahassee this week. It gives the OIBoe. S8 Front 8t, PALATIA.Iu
-
and musical program was most state total population (exclusive of
charmingly rendered and the free the counties of Dade Kscambla nnd h 1 The Ford Photo Tent

4 will offerings of the guests swelled Osceola) of1&6.6110./ of which 814.686 a big bualDe" with the l Is b..bl.still. ..doing. Burr Mcintosh Monthly t\\
the organ fuud to the amount of $50. are white and 241,870( are colored mengirls, and wo-
r BROWN Tills ts an Increase of 72.7UO: In five toys His pictures May.
D. Wllllsm, candidate for the legIslature are moat excellent and this fact with '
r whose home Is at JIcMeek-/ years.Putnam county does not share In ,The current number of the "m0u::

In, had Intended to make a canvassof this Increase,according to the report. Yo ni1 Man fnlSlIFoVd aLf5} ? I bountiful magazine", In the Tin world'"' .

Clolfiler i r but the owing peninsula to the precincts long session this of week the The population of Putnam Federal county In Train 10. Du.iiso.e. city, but it Ie lSa>S the I' 'Is now a on fine all portrait news stsnds of thnt vV Plu I
the census -
according to 8"rn'
I commissioners and the 1900) There' rood e 1 I. .p.d eslsry In future[ so If you stage favorite, .Alls Ethel; ,
county press- was 11,041. The State census of the banb.nd 1.1' 101.ln..J bon mo ture plo- oal'"s I
taken In
sing need of his presence at home, he the county 11,103, a decrease for 'nuna m.'e with a a better do so now. more and la presented
1905\ gives bj.r,1: : ,
bus'ne.s'
_, urn ha. been forced to abandon that trip. of 449.Palatka ease" sad tmtnlnrt.nd arabtco: 'a. 1/ yi., se.. Among the .lianoellor pioinlnenttraytd llctfatteth. or.IB-
Sisters will hold a shows an Increase over .mbhlo..i l I'trl'Ip,. / swill are Inte5n
The Bathbone to gentleman of thn I 0
eminent
flnanoli-r
a .mm..lal irsirl ,10\ t..lr travel
_ session on next Monday evening at 1900) of H49. and Crescent City the yoe Ina p..1)ion tnsroe.tu4 r will Did You Ever? education for flp"> of B. and the EIJ1P'ro
G Golfs' furni er r 7:10 In Castle. Hall on Water street. only other Incorporated town of the r-= ., with tue :," bless,r i, aoOOO: cRpltal. Salary:! .I,07 per Ausrrla.Anthony Among the pcopUf' '(8I"oil,,1
In the bulletin hoar buars. .odd. wr .ol out .cnn.lde..hle yrar payable
on
Mr. M. B. Brown Is the most excel- county reported ie our Journey awb*> ,more .eekly. I
..
Expenses for their drsulanteppt
she shows an Increase during the five wares .dd. tI 0- n suyy 0' our 0.1 Im"Imiwdlnisiii. for. trip snd then h.,. ad.anced. Address (o work In the
EO
of the templeand
lent chief urges o.Wu.uMt.trerDIASSEY a break down within sight' of hornet Neat 'alatk" ur.owlI. ar4 Uelteszke the famous bar/ ,,
all members who cau possibly do so years of 133. lire., and at all time seea the your:-bicycle doctor*.. Fla 1-4-lt hen IIlNiiveU of grand a hid(
t to come out and join In the meeting. As all the other cities In the state BUSINESS COLLEGE9. (sest.b.foreyou) Mart and all will be ...u. Paula tnrl": ,

Pnlnlkn! Elu.F The ceremonial work of the order! Is Ctr "kicking" over the results shown But"aexa.AL.......... ""'nnvrex.'. Hapaln and part lor maul whoeli mod time Full line of Shield Brand and Battle ale' ltitchia Edwards. and.Ynt.tfl Virginia IJllbArt .tlf..
and It Is the hope of the in this census the) News hereby Ala. t' ;c i. V t. E. O. EARLS Axe shoes for ,.
ohlldren.
pretty
very for the people of Putnam Ohacascs.or : 'u "P.alrli I "obaon'a Leo Jar oelehrated French oharsot r.10I//
Palatka temple to have the banner registers one .. Popular Dry Goods who Is farew ,
< degree team of the state county on general principles. I i 411 Lemon at Pmlalka.. pie Shoe House aDd of this eountrjn now making a '

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