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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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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
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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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NEW SEINES VOL. XIV NO. .
20. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1906. *1. Per Year.
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;!llm lIHHJi-1immmU.IHuoolti <1I }i>>>>11ifHimi lIiHHi ffi All Good Indians. -- -

Pulntkn Las. hud the honor this SWEEPING VICTORY J JI
Out aRiOrl.tnal.j :
"In the Spring 1 Knocking week of entertaining the Great Council -

of Improved Order of lied MenThe .

"The Young Man's Fancy I Frank EJgucoml[ and I were chums the delegates state, and. cause held from sessions all parts In the ot I FOR DR. E. S. GRILL F''.

wlKwum of Okpeliumt! tribe of I
mCLOTHES In college and fellow athletes. We
"Lightly turns to Thoughts of fought on the same football team and this city.
r The sessions hPRan with an open :
bad our photographs taken standing meeting on Tuesday morning from He is Nominated for Senator '
together In the continue we hLd worn I by
to o'clock( and this .
meeting was
H on the gridiron, I holding the pigskin
In the hollow of nay arm. KUtjecouibe opened with prayer by Rev L. B

married a rich womuu and built a Lynn of the Presbyterian!< church.' Unprecedented Majority of ,

,. Hplondld country place. He Invited me Then lu behalf of the citizens of

to visit him there lu the warm season, Pulntka and members of the local

. 4dTHAT'S and In the party, among others was Indians, the Past Great Sachem J. 371 Over Jno. P. Wall. '

: Miss Emma Keith, whom I desired to I<. Rankin extended the freedom of
and Wlnfleld Larraway who ------
... US- win the olty to the visitors. Another

I languishing looked Larraway upon eyes.Miss and I Keith each with knew the of same the Past responded Great In Sachem fitting words J. W.to Balsbury the address McKenzie and Russell will Represent Putnam r""


4 How opportune, then that we have other's Intentions and hated each other of welcome. The meeting wag

accordingly. There are women who one of great Interest. and productive County in Legislature.

4 would like nothing better than to put of. good to the orilnr.
\; opened our Spring stock of .
P" two men at sworda' points on their account The attendance of debates WAS f

7f, ', 'r r r"i but Miss Keith was not one of not so large a* usual owing to the Benj. P. Calhoun Ha.r Pluralty ef 82 in the Five Counties

that kind. I and my rival both knew date being that of the state primary.The Comprising the Eighth Judicial Circuit.The .
: that word apoken against the other
: any
/ Kirschbaum following Great. Chiefs were
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by either of us would render the speaker -
election last Tuesday y
: elected for the ensuing term GreatSachem primary of
: I contemptible In her sight. We out- was elected over Dr. A. M. Steen bya
t. wardly treated each other with studied : B. M. Wade; Great Senior, was carried on In a drizzling rain majority of 8Thl.& dlstalot la

,: and alsoSchloss politeness. Sagamore, W. G. Hobbs; Great Junior that iprend to all parts of the county composed of the TPalatkn wards, the

"S I"'i There was a cottage on Edgecombe's Sagamore Vf I. Metculf; Great. and In some sections the drizzle: Palatka Heights and Francis pre
r premises that he hud fitted up for Prophet Judge C. I. Rowton ; Great amounted to a downpour. And yet'
cincts. Dr. Steen had a innjoi'Ity of
Bros. lounging. It was a luxurious summerhouse Chief of Reoords, J. L. Rankin; In spite of title discouraging feature
i 10 In the city precincts, but this was
:; m furnished with costly rugs divans Great Keeper of Wampum, P. F. a total of about BCD( votes were polled.
and other such appropriate furni overcome by a majority of BO for Mr.
Lauback Great Al- The election conducted
; Sannap, Eugene' wan quietlyand
ture. One morning I strolled down Stephens In the Heights and Francis
bury ; Great Mian., U. Slerlzbuck: ; except In the case of one or
.\ there and, going Into a room adorned precincts.
>+ Hand Made Suits. m with Edgecombe's college trophies and Great. Guard of Wigwam, J. M. two offices, t there was l little In the way Third District-There was no election -

*t supplied with magazines: settled my- Pounds; Great Guard of Forrest of spirited contest In this dlsti lot. B, T. Solana of
m self In an easy chair to read. On the Geo. K. Jetfords; Finance Co: in ml t- In the three-cornered race for 8uaervlslor San Mateo received 83 votes; J. W.

Finest on Earth. wall hung the photograph of Edge- tee-J. W. Roberts, L. Oliver\ E. O. of Registration. between Qllsson\ of Bnstwlck 23, und Edwd.
combe and myself In football costume. Committee Henls Petermann E. T.'Kellam and.
Kelly Judiciary F.
)4 North of Bostwlck 11 The second
m Hearing a footstep and a rustle of i 0, P. them elec. t
Hoffman, J. B. Cox, W. S. Skelton, Hancock was no j
contest If there be one, will be foughtout
oklrta not wishing to( be Interrupted In
Great Board of Appeals-Wm.Wclh-. tlon. Petermann leads Kellam next by Mr. Solana-who received 17 '
my reading I moved Into an anteroom
I Fearnside Clothing Company w :Just as a lady entered the one I bad erell.J. W. Hulsbury, J. W. White. In the race, by 75 vote But at San Mateo, 6 at East Palatka and

i left The door between the two room. Fort Myers was selected as the placeof mann falls short of a peter-j 10 at Federal Point-and J. W.

I was open and I law Miss Keith go( to next meeting. Mr. Kellam this(Friday) Qllsson\ who received 1 vota at Fed.

the photograph, look at It long and -e.-.--- has flied a demad for a lecoud eral Point and 27 at Bostwick.

Palatka Florida. (i! steadily give a pleasurable sigh and ry with the executive committee, Fourth trlot.-No ecleotlonThe -

turn to the table on which rested the Whet L.t<.r Will Do. There will likely be second primary candidates were Morgan Bohannan -
periodicals. A contests the third fourth and fifth
LllHl proofreader anent the Importance ,
of Barmervllle 82 vote H. T.
8fHUlar Encouraged by what I had seen. I of trifles read from his notebook these ;
Commissioner the
iiiiiDnHnfHi ,ftl }i'* iti''ff'tnnnJ Hi i-iiUfm: County Districts
went In and joined her. We chatted, absurd sentences each made the Joiner of Florahome 8*& votes, and J.
by vote of which, Is given by districts In
and I ventured to lead the way to giving omission of a single letter: C. Strickland of Orandln 26 votes.It .

her an Inkling as to my feelings. "The conflict was dreadful and the special Items. was a close race.
when I heard a man's quick footstep. Hon. S. i Hilburn and J. H. Green
enemy was repulsed with great laugh- Fifth Dlatrlct-The candidates and
There was no Impropriety In our being for' members of the county school their votes
were:
I latches \Alatches there together but I saw an anxious ter."When the president's wife entered board from districts No. 1 and :2 had T. J. Bogera-Interlacbea 11; Mon
glance pass over Miss Keith's face and In the third school
the humblo sitting room of the miner no opposition. roe's Mills 19; Baldwin 23; Orandln, 1
on the Impulse stepped Into an anteroom
she was politely offered a hair. district E. B. Laue contested with
and Intending to pass out by a side "A man was yesterday arrested on Ijiiban Price for the honor, and W. 16; Holllster 8. Total 77.
Waltham Elgin door. But I found there was no side the of E. T. Redding-Intetlachen 23;
charge having eaten a cabman J. McRae of Harlem though not an
door. Before I could decide what to Monroe' Mills 11 Baldwin 10 Hol-
7 to 23 Jewels.. for demanding more than his fare. received 18 ; ;
candidate
do Larraway entered and told Miss "An employee; In the service of the announced llster 82. Total 76.
Hamilton Watches Keith that be was going to the city for votes for this office In the Banner-
government was accused of having This elects Mr. Rogers by a majority -
the dny and would be happy to execute stolen a small ox from the mall. The villa precinct. Mr. Price received of 1.
1 17 to 21 Jewels, only High Grade, Host Watches In the Woild. any commission she might have. DurIng stolen property was found In bill Test 128 votes and Mr. Lane 100. This
I Ills brief stay they chatted about In the State.
Mr. Price the election by a
pocket. gives
and line of Comb Sets and Back Combs in Rose
A new large the trophies and Larraway expressed majorIty of 15 over both competitors.A Returns from throughout the state

and English Finish. Come and see how cheap I can sell you a the most unbounded admiration for 0.............. race In which Putnam countywas seem to Indicate the nomination of

my physical proportions, also givingluy Au observant man In all his Inter- greatly interested was that for Burr and Butch for Railroad Commissioners -
Jeweled Watch. mental and moral endowments unBtlnted -
17 praise. course with society and the world constantly states attorney for the Eighth Judicial and of Parkhill and

I knew perfectly well that he bad and unperceived marks on evcry circuit. In this race Hon. B. P. Whit field for Justices of the Supreme
SMITH The Jeweler person and thing the figure expressive -
and [ Kelttt enter the contested Court.W. .
noon both me l'IBs of Its value and, therefore on Calhoun of this county
summer house and that be had praised meeting that person or thing knows with Thos. W. Fielding of Bradford B. Lamar has a majority over
; Lemon l St, I'lilatkii, lorlJa. me for a purpose. When I rejoined Instantly what kind and degree of attention county and J M. Hirers of Alaohua Jefferson D. Stephens for member of

Miss Keith she was somewhat flustered to give' It. This Is to make county. In the five counties com- Congress In the Third District. This
could that she had
and I see
been very much prepossessed with Lar- something of experience.-John Foster. prising the district Mr. Calhoun re. was the only congressional contest.It .

rawny's praise of his rival. celved a total of litOO! votes or 73 Is conceded that the Incoming
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NNi WNNh'VrJZ "You are both fine follows," she said, Tamed Po. ". more than his leading competitor legislature will be almost solidly
"I wish to submit a lyric sir, said '
"and Mr. Larraway especially has had Thos. W. Fielding who had 1 1287. anti-drainage.
the timid man. "My friends
young say
and Morris I an opportunity to show his nobility of It'. a beauty-really; sings Itself." J. M. Rivers ha<1280 votes. There i H. H McCreary has been re-nomi

4 Comfort Swing character. "Humph said the cold hearted editor will probably be second primary nated for state senator from Alaohua

"I am happy to be classed" with him "We couldn't use a poem like that for this office. county, as so. also has Senator' F. W.

rM 3 Chairs. ., changed In such tho high subject praise, I replied and We want one that, once printed will The table. of returns. published below Sams from Volusla county. ._

Larraway had scored one on me and remain perfectly quiet and not keep Is official, having been made up H. H. Bookman has been nominated -
All \pAx -> ; A l I feared I our readers awake by singing Itself at after the official canvas of returns.It Senator from Duval county over
There's real comfort in the Comfort Chairs. t< ( rf If I could not turn the tide
5H positions in the Comfort Chitin, mo equally| \ restful The ;; 2jiptyv,73\Zfyf'} :*=!?;>?>",vr IE**.. should lose the prize. A few days later all times"Letter shows some changes from the Judge Baker The legislative candidates -

:5S to anothor is simple nod l r.r*? j I was knocking the balls about on figures[ given out on Wednesday, but In Duval will go Into a second
very
change from one position :::
: when be out on to to Palutkii Doctor .
teuuls court came
the
first footIngs no one a
automatic. The Chairs easily follow the move s, this Is owing to mistakes In primary, having majority
entirely the piazza Miss Keith was sitting In Dear Sirs:-You understand chemistry In of In the first.
The : rather than errors reports
ment of the body, requiring no effort on your part : : window the shutters of
.. 4 LVII dishabille at a ; how'd you like to earn $1.0001 administration 4
materials of the Comfort Chairs are Colored Canvas und t:;= which were closed for the day was Devoe lead-and-clno'. -that's the oturna.furnished by preclnt messengers. Baskln a strong

Black Enameled Steel, so combined ns to insure strength very hot thinking that she was Invisible name of our paint that takes fewer Senator from Marlon has been defeated -

= and durability. Civil u\t our store and try them. from the court. I Invited Larra- gallous than mixed' \ paint and wears by Baker of Sumpter county.
: way who hod not seen her, to play twice; as long as I..ad-and-oll-Ilmalf" Commissioner Contests.In .

ii 2 1 Contort Morris Chairs 56.00; Comfort Swing Chairs $5.00 I "Shecan look out,t'r t%uti ..i.'l lu lcjn" tennis, and, putting hIm In a position without of turpentine white-lead dryer white-ztne and linseed Its oil.color the contests for county com la- To cold\ draughts EXPOSURE of air to keen and j

TROCPORCHCHADES' L ,t where he could not refuse If any chemist finds any adulteration loners In the various districts the cutting winds, sudden changes of the
11a aJ tt w' seeming to be disobliging be reluctantly In this paint '11'11'1p"y\ his bill vote Is given below: temperature, scanty clothing, undue exposure -
Martin Griffin & Co. rrttr'rrn' consentpd.Now and 11,000) ) henlclnn.. First District-\V. S. MIddleton of of the throat and nook alter pub-
I had taken prizes at match It's nobody's business what we i>nt Ito sneaking and staging bring on
of tennis and was then a cham of but Pomona Is elected o..r'V. D. Allen cougba and coldsBollard's .
games In our paint course ; we wane
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) ___ r pion. The first ball I served I landed It known. For l ad-and-Kino und by 40( majority. The vote by pre- Horehound Syrup la the best

,I You can secure these 3U the tip of Larranmfa; nose. linseed oil ground together' by machinery Incta waa as follows: cure. Mrs. A. Barr Houston, Tex
Shades at There Is something painful In being are the stuff to paint with: I\lIddleton.-No. 1-32; No. 2-4; writes Jan. 31, 1902: : "One bottle ofBallard's
Icad-and-ull L'orohounJ Syrup cured me ota
and mixed by baud is
thus bit at any time, but to be struck No. 8-8; No. 4-20; No. 6-4; No. 8-
bad cough. It Is pleasant
very very
FOR SALE! Capt.! M. R. RYAN'S by a man one hates Is too much for not.We want It known that one word 21 5; No. 7-16. Total 103. to take. Sold by Ackerman-Btewart. '

igl any man's equanimity. All the venom describes the best paint In the world, 1; Allen-No. 1-24; No. 2-11-No. Drug Co. __________
InLarraway's
House FurnishingStore. that bud been long accumulating and that word Is D"vo".
8 0 No. 7-1
3-2 No. 4-18 No. ; ;
bonds and ; ; Read the full advertisementof
Land breast burst! Its Yours truly page
Improved and Unimproved was poured on my devoted bead. ThisIs F. W. DEVON A Co No. 8-1. Total 63. the Kanner Department store sale.

not a proper place to give his language 88 New York Second DI.trlct-L, C. Stephens In this paper.

ln Both City and County. Real Estate For SaleBy a lady, to which hear.Is I not saw fit something especially white for

ard ---- moving behind the window blinds and GOUINXY'S7OTTE
H. M. de Montmollln, knew that Miss Keith: bad departed to PUX1NAW .

I>Palatka Florida the unseemly vituperations that
escape
Henry Strunz, _. were loaded upon me. I calmly apologized :sy Precincts.oy'oromatt: .

Vacant Lot lOxlaeon middle Lemon ntroet; a to Larraway. even offering ,
19iI Palatka, Florida. bargain IInolU ipikk. him handkerchief to stop the red eoototo Irororo
my M lrororororo =
location, 4 rooms, lot AOxloO
_ _urtIamnm _- -- good rnttnirogood driven well All In good rapist a bargain. Hood! that poured from his nose. He 8 4 D a m ,p m, m 1y m, g y m $ p e c m o, x) "

(t{ Good fl niorv windmill honer,und lot lOtixlO,tank. ), 'bath water hot and and turned: on his heel. and went to the m y98=- o g"a ;: m;;:. ;;;: ;n;;: u;;;: ;n;;: ::!. pDi p. 7 : ;;:;: ;;:' f;;+;::1-;;' i+ ;} 4
: : ma IDJ cold larKU wntur.lot. good house, while I remained on the court 7-e Qr; : a P l,1'! !! !" "f, !, P': Q m;: u e o !s !7, e!, !c, o E 7

"o"aKo on Kmmottfltnitit. room., lot floxW and since I did not care to be seen Precinct Numher. . ( 8 : : : : : 3 1'':. o x : : : :; : E : : I : : g .
Ilea/ lot and locution' dancing myself I gave vent to my feelings : : "' 1 : : eo : !" : : : : :
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Kotirlntm. room. TIOIIHP. Fmmott: utroot lot by dancing the ball on my racket. .... : '
, THE NEW YORK I0)xli"> line location.Vacant .. When next I met bites; Keith I ventured jx e7i! z % 71y7777,777! !; !777777777o ! :

; .trout lot H5KW and river with, /lino milpnr location wull, between : a remark praltlng my rival for ? 0 0 0 ? 0' o. ? 000000 00000! 000! PII : -

//tip Kmmotl Four' room homo turner a'roet lot 100x100 his rare patience, his kindly dlsposl- '" .. :... ;,. :.. (/ ;., : = .ww; := t: :w: =; wm:;; :e l I:! rg5' t'I.5' a : \ v

m |K>ruhL* three.Idu.) ,)Jlut completed, tlon.: and was passing on to his other

5 and 10c STORE. building Two vacunt low- lot, Norm find,' 100x113!*. good* adorable traits when she put her hands Frank Clark..COIIRr..a BI 12 8 HI 5181310 6132;; 484386 3D&O: 21 211:1717: 2986 SD 114 SO 16 II8S'r.J

null Five aura farm one mil from ottv, undor' to: her ears. I asked lu affected sue Appleyard un C'011I 2:1: II (0 5 8 8 7 1\1 8 11 16 U 2t! 21.2:1: II I 9 \I II 11 5 8 7 0 13 4 9 989
1u w. hnv. ,a r,,n ll-i,* of ICoiH-kM.m.ir'ii \'nnt i "..I..ltl.( .g. frmti flc.: 10,', ISc nnJ ::.1(',. In UU 8wnrn vvimtttbUM, etc .ihe was trying to shut out the remembrunco A Butch . 16 8 8 13 (0 1/\/ 7 10 6 0 I 9 115 18 13 Iff 16 lit 83 M 17 It! 13 17 0 II 19 7 84t! ;
and ('rockery.i'in I Bovernl ono country. bargainrlte.orioe' of Larraway'i language R lludeon/ Burr II 24 9 :I 10( 3 17 6 4 0 11 16 81 11) 16 9 21 19 uo 82 19 25 II 19 0 10 :n: II 888Thoe !
fur parnoulars |
a cut 01'IM.. jiif! '". Unr BUM, ::.1J. mu I won Emma Keith and the day after LClarkp..tlupremeCIIff 4 8 8! 0" 7 II \l11172116U 711 61\1 641390 Oll 7 986
.. 41 211 H U 16 17 U 23 U 1)I H (0 6.H 10 873Ja. ,
Chas n Pllrlltllil 20 II 4& 10 8 11 9 II 3 11 21
:ii.T "llIt. that I bad landed
l.iriri ('lit etlinn. Nnppl. WALLi&: DARSEY the wedding I told her: B Whillpid 117 1\1 8 H 6 15 6 11 "I II It! 4\1 26 16 on :21)) 18 'n 3. 21; 26 H 15 (0 8 21 11 468B
I- Table 0\\..".<..a :2 mirl B for 10) e onU.I that ball on Larraway's nose for P CRlholln... State Att'y 84 11 5 17 It lit II III 6 III 81 4L "3811 "I lii 19 It! 86 :21)) It.l:. 8\1 2ii 8 19 2\\) 9 673ThoeWFlelding
I" I Full lino of OiIU! W, tor. Hiittlun nt 15 CCllta.o Dentists. the express purpose of putting him out to 1691): I 9661 2008116411981647914 \20888() 16a r
: UnubllOC/lnt..d l 1':11I00n..lell: l l Hteelwnre Berlhi Saucer of the fluid. She maintained silence J M Riven. .. ? 1 9 0 I 1 1 8 0 0 0 17 8 2 9 7 5 7 6 2 1 8 9 II 71I
r Pot, No. 8 lOt :aac. I ll h.. same .na .old elsewhere for 'B..O.. Brldge and Crown Work a Speolalty. for some time and I was curious to E \I Crill. .". . .. Senator H 13 II 87 8191811) 6 827 66 66 83 oil 29 18 0! 6 27 18 47 28 9 2\1\ U 17 8114
know what her comment wpuld be. It J P {Veil. . to 10 2 0I 0() 6 0 7 0 Ii 12 U 5 7 8 4 16 SO n 12 19 17 7 I) 8 2.1" 1163
Ilq, I ware.! was. this: J M Chesser: .r..i.douse R..pr 19 II 2 lit 2 6 11\ 8 5 8 8! 1:1: H 7 8 1 I 0I 21!) 7 "il 10 7 !II 96 II 2611
Onine In Fry Block, Pnlatk. "You ought to have>eeo ashamed ot3"oul'lelf. H A n I'tIl'K..nah to UI H 4 23; 7 10 III 7 6 9 81) 60 811 80 80 I" lit 11 III\ ) 23 811 17 8 17 18 18 637
,kg price.ud h..st. lit If I bad known It sooner Iwouldn.t W Ie' RnK..ro. ,. 711 0I 1 5117 0 0 8 6 \I 18 11 4 1 II 6 \I 1 9 26 9 147 j,
Our CamUea take I Il'lIt pr..mlui The very FOR 8AI.E-Ooocl horse, wIIKon', Wm A Russell. 11 8i II 14at': 8 17 1 1 0 1 10() 41II! 25: 86 16 1') 93 30 27 10 U 16 0 7 II 18 4119'n
,, r1 10 cents per poiinU. I'oine' and tee for yeuraelves.ao. tiiiriiHHs. HiulUlrt mill rl .: or wood horse, will soil "So I feared, I replied, "and tharsthe J K.IIII..rly . Co Trees 8.4' 1\\ R 24 921 16 1:1: 2 711<14:; 40> IN MIlt ill 6 6 III 1387:11: 8 10 23: 4 610Fronk
NEW YORK 5 and lOc STORE, for liliO! wuiton new been In mac 1mouth. reason I didn't tell you till the knot 1I1cl\l. .. .. 11<) B 2 II 1 II 0 Ii 4 617117 H H II 717 IU 411111 Itlf: ) 7 017 l0 2) 848
AUdraun. Box 41t!. }1'nlnlka was firmly tied." A \I Vlllsrd Tex Collector M n i.. 27 10 19 16: 1& 8'' 1:1: 8il 61 6J: In 41/11) / 21\11\ 811 8J 8'1 1\11.2' 8 21 8\ 18 741
,u Street lloyd lllock, ru... 4a72bFull EDGAR III. WARFIELD. (Jxo F UullArct,T.II Assessor. IItl13 5l8: ( 9 91)I 16 IS 8 1\1 8" 68 47 80. 85: fit 117 :.III) 83 U 8,1 U 2i i 17 3.1 lit 114
Ii Lemon: ,. D P H."cnok till!) Beg 8 t 0 I 8) 1 1U 4 0 l II 0 1 I till 8 3 11M U IU II II 4)) I 113 I 4 1'9IoJ'1' *
(" Palatka' Florida.. lino of Shield Brand shoes alLot If you want to get your( mone,'*worth K..lltuu, .. jlIJ n (0 9 2 10 9I\ (0 8 17 63 15 lit 8 4 1lJ() : 7 16 1 181 8 4 U 8 11 804
) JacobHon'a. Shield: IJriui J ihot>1allv rod see a good COLD knockout, nee heals Peterurnua '. : U III Ii III Ii II U IJ 5 II 1j2 19411 91 8a 18 III II II U "l8 IU 113 21! 4 11711TIL1LATKA
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THE Entered PALATKA at the Palatka NEWS postoffloeas LATE STATE NEWS I King of the Drove 1 1ICOp [ -

mailabla matter of the second
olaas.Plbliuhed. O ''t THE "DODGING PERIOD"of

St:; Augustine: IH to have a new ( rllJbt,1906.by McCluro. l'\bllllp> & Co]
at Palatka, Fla., on court house In the near future.T. When the first of the cattlemen came \

Fridays byRUSSELL W. Plats of Tampa'has purchas. Into tbo San Itonm valley they fouud a woman's life, is the name often given to the "change of life."

Jt VICKERS. ed the Pablo Beach hotel. His family I- a drove of wild horses numbering thir Your menses come at long Intervals, and grow scantier until they
will conduct It this summer. ty. The drove was lot by a Bray stul-
atop. Some women atop suddenly. The entire change lasts threeor
Warren lion whose beauty and fleetness hud f I I
Fraser
WB. A.. RUSSELL. E4llor widely known as and discomfort, I /
and It Is the of much ,
alligator Joe, and Miss Delhi Hamil- been the talk o( prospectors, tfuppors four years, cause pain Ivll'I I c ,

-- .- ton of Miami\ were married I last Sat and Indians for two yours. which can however, be cured, by taking i.

A MAGNETIC INFLUENCE urday at Miami. A belated stagecoach over on tbe

The one-dollar subscriptions I so San Luis road, where wild horses bad Work on the Farm .,
Tile United States. of America Is a
licited by various ladles for the never been seen, was crawling along WINE

great magnet.: It draws to Itself by Home :tof the spud at Jacksonville.. ,, one night when out of the ,darker shadows CARDUI Has Commenced.The ?
the moral power of attractivenessall have amounted to 1000. sprang the gray Htulllon with a

the ambitious and enterprising of The tug Lybll with three blu'l\'es'' scrotum of anger and attacked the leaders OF farmer will find that new implements are needed 1

all the world. It does not Invite lu tow for the Key West extension, He bit and tore cud struck. The from time to time on.tha. farm. See us for the r
was compelled by rough weather to stage was whirled Into the ditch and
: Immigration an do countries
l of the newer w*rld.many It no longer cut them loose last Thursday night three passengers. badly hurt and one Woman's Relief implements you need. We.sell the best and our

bolds out the promise of cheap landsor Dr. H. T. Lykes one of the pioneer of the four horses was to badly used prices are low. Call and thoroughly inspect our :
'. residents and 1 mont. extensive that ho did not live an hour. Herds of
unusual opportunities. cattle owners In south Florida, died cattle lying down for the night and It quickly relieves the \pain, nervousness, Irritability, miserable- line.

:Nevertheless. the hosts of Europe last Monday at his residence in chewing tbe cud of contentment were ness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes weak

I oome. Canada has millions of acres Tampa. routed up and sent flying for miles by ness tired feeling etc. Cardul will bring you safely through this

of cheap arable lands. And Canada Three of the most powerful loco- the sudden advent Of the gray horse. life.
"dodging period, and build strength for the rest of your
makes every effort to attract settlors motives that ever came south will Had men admired him less he would up your

,' She oilers free homesteads and extraordinary soon be operated over the /Southern: have been mercilessly hunted down. At all druggists In $1.00 bottles. Try It.

r" facilities. But the people sonville.Hallway, between- Macon and Jack- An It was they made plans to take him

Oa certain and date sixty
captive. a day -
; I _of Europe are not attracted. As WRITE: CS A UTTER EVERYTHING BUT DEATH s l
It Is rumored that. Alachuawill riders were stationed at named g A lrrr.
many as one-eighth; of Canada'spresent soon Hell bonds sufllcluut to put In an points In the valley, and forty men on freely and frankly, telling us all your' I suffered," writes Virginia Robson sA
population come to the electilo light plnnt and water works, foot guarded certain scrub forests In troubles. We will, semi Free Advice (In of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardul,

United States every year. and will finish paving her streets which the victim might seek to bidea plain, sealed envelope.) Address: Lawhich cured me so quickly It surprised
with hard rock.Micauupy dles Chattanooga my doctor, who didn't know I was
t Other countries have cheap lands hundred determined men In all-and
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tonn. taking It." e----+ ==+::::::=----+---
had the largest fire In bow -- --a
-the South American states, Australia : could a lone horse hope to escape

and :New Zealand. The latter her houses history last Saturday. Several tho net to be drawn around him?, Putnam:: : : Pharmacy: : ==- M
were burned including two III!
. country ought: to be very attractiveto factories. The loss At sunrise the hundred were ready. PALATKA. FLORIDA. II,
amounts to several ------ ---------- -- --

the wage wotker.) But world the people thousand no Insurance.dollars! with practically for For thirty ninety miles miles north east and and south west,, they and .. ,. ,., r Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
of tbe crowded eiiste-n do not V.
waited for the gray horse. Each Patents. (
,, r go to these countries large; mini Edwin A. Paris, the 10-year-old mounted man was to pursue tho fugitive PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, jl
J son of Mr.\ and Mrs. Augustus Paris
bers. for five miles only, going at tbe top !
of Jacksonville, was accidentally FRESH GARDEN BKED. AvnnW Mallory Steamship Linn' 1
What Is the magnetic: influence killed Saturday afternoon by" falling of his speed. Then men on foot were I- =+:!":: e

that pulls the foreigner: to our from the s..coIHlstor)" of a new buildIng to Ore their rifles and odd to tbe poor -- -- ----- -

shores? First, perhaps, is the desireto being: erected near his home. beast's panic.
As If the of had been ."" ""' ""' .
plans men '
from class restrictionsthe -
Miss Clem
get away Hampton Florida mem-
bur of the National whispered In his ear and as If he bade $ European Restaurant.
desire of men and women' to be Educational $ Just received
sociation, has received a communication defiance to them and was anxious for t .nAt
free. The great republic offers them
announcing the postponementof the struggle, the gray horse was at the ,: :.; Fresh stock $ Furnished Roooins.
and action. j
liberty of speech the annual meeting; which was to lower end of the valley when the sun ttaat'

Second, we are a big success In this have bean held lu Sun: Francisco this rose. By means of flags and signal a s : ... $ $ Hot and Cold Baths

country. Despite its weaknessesand year.J. fires the news was communicated to of
'.: At
failures Washington's republic P. Benton, a young man who nil, and the chase began. The wild V"; $
i
is the biggest; ; successful enterprisein had beeu a resident of Punllilcoialorseve..al borne did not dash away In a panic. :":";,::,z' i; Garden Seed i James &
Varnes
.
the world. Jt is wealthy, power- years, has mysteriously disappeared On the contrary, he struck a gait that ,
.
from that city, and although -
Just kept him well ahead of the rider,
ful. Big, successful things attract. inquiry has been made by a and not once lu a run of fifty miles was .I.trUJj 0> 'J". ,! for $ Palatka. Fh .
So that when men and women aspire number of persons, no Inloimatlon .'. $
bo seen to break that gait. Then he .
e for better conditions they aspire In has been obtained. as to his where- ..: !' }
ro turned aside Into the scrub and was ; $
abouts.
-" "', Spring Planting.
this direction. They believe they bunted for for two hours In vain. lie

have ii chance to make more of Treasurer A. M. Ives, of the California drunk and fed and rested, and then bo DeliciousBon

themselves, and of their children, Keller Committee of Jacksonville charged one of his pursuers, draggedhim $ Place your orders $ .
has forwarded f 10.(XX) to San ; $
for rods In his teeth and resumed
here than elsewhere.The Francisco. There Is still a balance' $ Bonsand
moral attractive force of the of over 3,000 which will be forwarded his gallop up the valley. S now.

republic Is like that peculiar form as soon as the subscription lists The night was turned Into day by a
close this week. bright moon, and the plan was to give Store. i
of polarity In the lodestone that City Drug
the horse no rest. After covering ChocolatesAll
W. G. AcrenniM his
exerts magnetic Influence. wife and seven
rill children eighty miles he disappeared as shadows
burned
were to death In
ffYi a 0ti' ,%N"ti111'wKe
'' '
and and his had to '
Home-Made
their home ou a farm ten inllps fron come go pursuers Candies

The BOOZE CLUB. Milton I Sunday: night. There Is H go Into camp.

Volusloicounty what is termedin strong belief that they were murdered Next morning, as the east was purpling i Thou Shalt Know the Law;" Something new added
and that the house wile set on file the horse came out of the dark 3 day.
Florida. parlance a "dry" county to hide the crime. An invostlgutlot ravine In which be bad rested In safety t dM? VSKLf fy "Forewarned l Is forearmed;" KVKRY- every

The sale of liquor' Is outlawed. In Is now being held. In the hope of find and kicked up his beels as a challenge. Mtt *w fA ? gJ nODv's LAW HOOK, Just I'ubllshed' L. A. SMITH
tells what your' legal rights: ore
Ing some clew that will lead to the I you
however the law ,
the const towns, arrest of the guilty parties The entire On that day be exhibited his powers of and how to maintain them ; useful to

c was fur a time openly violated. Last community is norrlflud and every speed and endurance as If priding him- business" ; men and mechanics, harried Lemon St., Pulutkit.g I .

year Judge Stewart's criminal court aid Is being given; the nuthoil self upon them. Without a moment's women and single women.

at DeLI nd got after these so-calle ties by citizens. rest, without a nibble at tbo sweet Thousands are spent yearly by people -
grass or touching his nose to tbe waters who ought to know better, and
"blind tigers": and put many of them State Attorney :Nell M\ Allred
was would 1 If better Informed. Every
of the brooks, he galloped a
In his place at the court house Tuesday many m"'mm"'mmmm"'mPAINTS' '
out of business. These tigers were distance of 120 miles. No pursuing boy mid trill should be taught thegeucralpriuciples
morning for the first time In
of the law. The
ti not "blind. They simply wore green:
rider came within pistol shot of him.
months
nearly eight and practically
business forms will enable to
goggles: and gave the impression of the first time In over a year, as previous At night he again disappeared and tbe draw legal documents, wills, you leases, is

blindness. Then they grew' bolder to going to Arizona Mr.\ Allret opening of the third day saw him as 1 agreements, etc. Reference to Itsmires = :s

and discarded the goggles.: : Then spent several months III North Caiolina. fresh as ever.Perhaps [ will tell you when to EO toeoul.t ::; that will wear, !3r

nabbed the officials I He Is being given a warn the gray horse had reasonedIt and when to avoid litigation. Wall Paper Kal.somliic. .
they were by welcome home and his court friends Clt.y Hall, San Francisco, Wrecked By" Recent Earthquake :: ::3f
out tho hours of darkness. Pike $8.00 In law style of
during binding
:;
Then Into existence the Glass and] Varnish. :=
sprung were delighted to see him at his old
Ills enemies were too many for him. ------ f2.W( in 'half Morocco binding; cxprosanga -
real "tiger." He came in the guiseof place In the! court rooms TueHUav.Ocalu .- What Yon Do. -
Ills drove had been killed off, and be 1 ; quid on receipt of price. JAP-A-LAC
and did business as a. social l, club. Banner. It Is stated that Mr all alone to contend with tbe THE SLIME ON FISHES. Where ;you ore Is of no moment but Book agents: should write for terms. g: 3
was -
Allred Is much -
In health -
Its before Improved only what you are doing there. It Is Address Hitchcock PubllHliIng
This club now has Inning
machinations of man. lie might evade Common to All Specie and J2...ntl.l
Judge Stewai.'t's court as per the following After thoroughly Investigating the them for a few days and remain In the to These Bxlntenoe. not the place that ennobles you but Company York. 49 Eighth avenue, New DODGE'S PAINT STORE, 3p
cases of the Atlantic Joust LIIH| you\ the place, and this Is only by
doing
from last week's Volusla Railroad Company against: James NiSrrobhar valley where ho was born and where A fish Just taken from the water, If tbat which Is noble-Home Notes. P. S.-Mr. Benjamin. Hitch- : Palatka Flrt. 3

County Record : Its former agent at UaincH bo knew every foot of tbe ground, but handled, Is found to bo slippery and cock, the nifskleiit\ of this company,

0 Last week the Record published an vllle, charged with embezzling: funds In the end he must be captured. coated with slime. All ashes the The Mont Popular Tree Is one of the eldest. and beat-kllnwtl 7111UIIIIIIIIUIIIIIl1111NI1U/11,

order made by Judge Stewart, rulingthe or the company, the grand jury l lasi+ There was another volley lying ten mealiest and the noblest, kllllnsli and Ryer-Ever study forestry, De Voet I publishers in the United /States .

disqualification of J.H. Hrumsey, Friday vindicated Utrohliar by returning miles to the east The way to It led shark shod, salmon aud trout, wear De Voe-Yes, I'm working family
on
county solicitor, In the State: vs "no Indictment" III each of through a narrow and rugged deflle In this slime. They could not exist with tree now-Brooklyn Life my U. Lep.a BAILer. "1lA5. M. HltLIAKIIB. We have just. placed In stock a com-
Jackson accused of running "blliu tho several cUII"sl\4'lIlnst; hi 111. Strob- tbe mountains. He had led his drove out It.The. plete line ofCrockery
tiger" under the charter of a social har voluntarily retained to Floridato that defile and the l U secreted lu
through: once caught slime usually a OROWINO ACHES AND PAINS
and 8. B. Wright, stand trial, after (JOv""lIor'1'elT..ll
club, appointing odor of tho bear and the mountain lion continuous series of ducts, with numerous Mrs. Josle Sumner, Bremond Tex G. 10PER BIEY X CO.
ou behalf of the of Georgia, had refused to
jr., to prosecute grant: a
writes. April 15 1002\ "I have used llnl-
Btate.l: J'hls wall one of the sever I ,requisition. from the Governor of and been made afraid. Now he must openings arranged In a line extend ,
"SocliH Clubs" to which attention Florida., The charges were practically chance It without company. He trembled ing along the side of the nab. Some lard's Snow Liniment In my family for and the lot embraces some of the

t was called by the recent grand juiy the same as those In the trial more at the recollection of that fishes have oue line on a side, some In three the years house. 1 I would have used not be It without llt-It Fire Insurance: prettiest pieced. ever shown

Four of thee clubs were before the In Atlanta recently, Stroblmr being odor than bo did at sight of men. Little have five or six. The lines may be t1- girl for and on aches my In Palatka. Would Ilk
groIng pains Inher
criminal court for hearing on Tuesday acquitted there as well us at Ualnus- time was given him for planning plainly visible, ODd In some cases appear knees. It oured her right away. I Leading American and Foreign to show them to you
.
V of this week, and some interesting vllle. As soon as be appeared In sight signals to be a marking on the fish. More have also used It for frost bitten feet, Price reasonable

revelations were made. It was -------- --- were made and tho pursuit taken up. often they are not observable at all. with !good success. It is the best llnt- Companies Then we

l shown been that the county solicitor for some had of At the recent meeting of the State The gray horse started off with a Some fishes store this secretion lu pores mont I ever used." 200, 60o and $1.00. haveFurniture
acting attorney
burst of speed that elicited cheers of distributed] over the whole surface of Bold by Ackerman-Stewait Drug Co.ObU..d and House
their charte Horticultural
these clubs In obtaining society the report of! Accident Insurance:
's, and had advised them how they the standing couimltteu on Ornamentals admiration from tbe men. Tbey compared the body, the larger number, however, Furnishing Goods
could run their clubs, aud defendants It to the flight of a cannon ball. In pores In lateral lines. There are
claimed that they had been doing was prepared and read by* He bad ten miles to go to reach the also pores for the secretion. of mucus to More.Vhut The Travelers of Hartford prices remarkably low. Call and
business In accordii ice with his ad- Mrs. K P. Gates of Welaka. Of this puss and a bird could hardly have or slime lu the fish's bead. \ you are not going to move Inspect them.

vice. It was turther stated by the report the Times-Union had the fulIowingeomplimentarynotleet made the distance sooner. The men Tbe slime Is exuded through tbe dl- again?" said Mr. Jones to his brother

defendants that the county solicitor "This bad not provided for the fugitive baylog vislong between the scales to tho outer "I thought you liked your little flat. Life Insurance: R. S. MOONEY.at .

had advised them In the event of report was one of the prettiest und the valley, and there was no one to part of the body, over which It spreads, "So we did when we move4 In, but
prosecution, to employ Jacksonville my wife has gained ten pounds, and The Old Reliable "GermaniaLife"
most Interesting of the entire meeting oppose him as he wheeled Into the puss forming a sort of outer skin or coverIng ( '
and appeal to the highercourts need 3''l
attorneys and found the broad light of day turn- transparent and having elasticity we more room.
The club of which Jackson somewhat because it dealt witha tV
ed Into twilight and tenacity and often considerable : of New York
member the only one that
stood was a trial and was noon his conviction subject In which every" one was Interested After going a few hundred feet he body. It would not be remarkable fora Good nature Is the very air of a good We Furnish

the three other clubs pleaded guilty, and also because of the baited. Ills pursuers bad seen him make fair sized flab, say a fish of two mind the sign of a large and generous Marine Insurance

and were each lined ,;5th). Of course pleasing and polished manner In the pass, and he conld hear their shouts pounds weight, to have a coating of soul and tbe peculiar soll.ln which virtue : I

there U no hope of collecting any of which It had been for afar off but be did not like the twilight slime a thirty-second of an Inch In prosper. *.-Goodman.
these clubs have nothing sentatlon. --- -- ---- -- The LeaJirag CompaniesAll Good
these fines, as It was uncanny. There was a thickness. Fishes vary greatly In the ---

will but result their In stock putting of the booze clubs, but on they tor best ways of raising roses and other lonesomeness about It Evil spirits amount of slime which they secrete. DO YOU GET UP

business and .rendering their charters flowers, the work of beautifying the seemed to be brawling In the rugged The eel will suggest Itself as one that Claims Promptly

valuable only as souvenirs. lawns and grounds surrounding and narrow way. It was that or capture, is very slimy. WITH A IAME BACK? Settled. groceries
however and the horse went Tbe fish's slimy coating reduces Its
on.
Each of the managers of these homed, the planting of hedges, the gray ,
clubs were lined fV>. He beard the water dripping from tbe friction when In motion and helps to Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable
Mr.' Brumsey demanded of the governor care of palms, and treated brieflybut rocky Bides. He heard the whine of Increase Its speed. It aids In protectIng Almost who .. Offiim. as Front Bt P.L.TK.Fu I
everybody read
t that James W. Perkins. be removed concisely, all departments of coyotes and the growl of a wolf that the scales from Injury. being of is sure to know of the*wonderful the newspapers Every Day

because of alleged IndllTer- natural ornamentation." Those who had sneaked Into the pass e*day broke. sufficient substance to serve In some cures made by Dr.

ence In the prosecution of blind have seen the beautiful ground and He caught the odor of pine and cedar measure as a cuwLlou. Tbe slimy !e.! | Kilmer's Swam Play Box Ball .

tigers. "As ye mete" so it shall be the ornamentations In the way of and tried to feel confidence In himself. I covering makes the flub hard to hold [1 Root, the great kid- in the

meted unto If nil you indigiiant and, he cannot public nowuomplatn demand shrubs and trees which surround the Half way through the pass widenedout i and so enables It the more readily to [ fey, liver and bladder Rultly" Alley, On Orlllln Lot,
e'
down and out for and the sunshine filtered down. escape from Its enemies It Is sometimes remedy. Under new management
that he step home of Mrs. Uates at Wnlaka, In It is the med- Year
live to the standard The /gray horse paused here to listen repugnant to other !fishes which great Ladles
failure to up this ical play free
county, are prepared to acknowl triumph of the Wednesday afternoons
which he IrtlaCtd upon In the case of for sounds of pursuit In a tree above are repelled by Its odor. It Is the slime I H nineteenth 3
hU predecessor. edge her an authority on this subect. him a mountain lion lay extended on a from the fishes bandied that makes tbe \ coverodafleryean century ; to 6. Ice water. F. Q. luniy, Prop : ; Our Goods( are Fresh and Now

limb. The coming of the horse had angler "smell fishy," as the expressiongoes. ((4::i of scientific: research and we would like to have you

JJuvnl county has 5,107 qualified driven him up there. by Dr. Kilmer, the Dr H, E, DOUGLASS call and Inspect them.
democratic electors but It couldn't Hou Eugene S. Mathews of the There was no snarling, no growling, A most Important function of the --- eminent kidney and ,
fish's slimy coating Is to protect It bladder specialist and is wonderfully Osteopathic Physician If It is not conventual for you
/ vote them alljlust: Tuesday. Bradford County Telegraph will be no sound of claws against bark to ,
formidable candidate for speaker of warn the gray horse. A body suddenly from tho attacks of fungus, a form of successful in promptly curing lame back anti Omc ul Residence, Cor Orange and Bib Su ,, to call\. !Just phone your order In to
plant life found In all waters, salt and uric acid catarrh of the bladder No 84 and It receive prompt
-- will
,
descended his back --- ,
on a great paw
the house
There Isn't much doubt about the next of representative liright's Disease, which Is the worst
of the drainage amendment. Mr. :Mathews served with distinction struck him a fatal blow on the bead, fresh, Including the purest The slime form of kidney trouble.Dr. All Curable Diseases successfully treat ( and careful attention
fate
and a fierce eyed beast stood with his covers tho entire exterior surface of Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended ed without dru,: Chronic oases es-
people will vote slow when It comesto III the last legislature, has the qnnllIcatlons tho flab Including the fins. Fungus for peelalisol lulled.
paws on the dead horse and growled everything bunk you have U ,
enlarging the powers of executive necessary for the olllce and defiance at the men who camo up tbe does not attach to the. slime, but It the kidney, liver or bladder trouble will be -- ----- -- ,- L. C. Stephens
oHlcIuJs for pending money the members elect would do well to pass. The Ute of the gray horse had fish were to be injured so that there found just the remedy you need. It has ,

give his candidacy thoughtful; con- gone oat, but be bad not submitted to was -upon it some spot uncovered by been tested in so many ways, in hospital
the slime that spot some minute work and in private practice and hiliprovel
TITa defeated candidate will be Ideratlon. tile thraldom of man M. QUAD.HERBIN I upou successful KUby and MoirU Streets:
fragment of fungus, BO mall as to be so every case that a AT A
busy" during the next few days ex- --..- -- a. scarcely more than risible would be special arrangement; has been made by I BARGAIN !:-I t Palatka Florida.
which all readers of this
how It was done. Any old $100 Reward $100.Thereadersofthapsporwlll the fungus paper, who havenot ,
: plalng likely to lodge. Once lodged already tried it, may have a sample airs, A. L. Bowles Is goln ,

reason will go, but the best I II thAt be pleased to Will overcome Indigestion and ljs-: Is reproduced very fast bottle sent free by mail, also'a book telling ) away for the summer and :
ha was shy the votes. learn' hut ihoro.In at leant; one dreaded: UlH: : ae pepelal regulate tbe bowels and cure Fish sometimes recover from attacks more about Swamp-Root and how toflndout 7)J will dispose of her MillInery 'Snnoetleee eer e nren"pO i! "
.
hat science !) boon sDle to cure In all It9an Uu.lnes
.. .*. and that to Cntarrh Hal, tatttrrhitrt liver and kidney complaints. of fungus but much more often if you have kidney or bladder troUt i on Lemon //It. The
' ) *'In the only .pi will v. cure now known tolivmmjuml It 1 is. too best blood enricher and Invigorator they do not. The fungus displaces the ble. When writing mention reading this ontlr" Block and tlxtur"l
, Former Governor Robert L. Taylor 'retern11 Uautirb, ....Inlf. oon In the world It la purely >skin Inflammation Is set up and the generous offer in this paper and send your will be sold f
.... .
Ututloiial I MailFewwr
require* oonHittittltmalniumant t
of Tennessee, who "fiddled" himself Imitt. Catarrh Guru la taken In* vegetable. perfeotly harmless and place attacked becomes practically asorff. address Dr. Kilmer I AT IIARCIAIJT. Education by

Into the executive chair, has been ,ernallr, asHalls.... upon the blond and should you be a sufferer from disease, With Its continued growth the i & Co., Binghamton, .:: Good Stock, Good 1ro......... r.n.wt'=' '
mucous mrfaoea of the nyitlem. wise. Business 55ewer wario..snt
"" If '
end5.d you will use It you are the side of the 'Mtaud N. Y. The regular J I ,, I .
nominated by the state democratic troylneIDst.uu of the dl......* Co- fungus may cover I "' rlaarWn w..e51y, wu.tmwr.ta.ew..eruh 0....
and Mgr.
Editor ,
7 primaries to succeed E. W. Car- i Ins onntltuilun the pattern and eWSdngso strength b r.u"bulbs:. : n"u:up 'r.theo: Ooa M.and N. Andrews Booklertge News. Cooos. fa! extend over the gills and finally dollar fifty-cent size bottles and one are ....or ,apa.a 1m Mrs. A. L. Bowles! I I8hoell II hen owe r.ul: AtU.5.tb-1..tun. ;,.T.:w.y...h/lh"NWf.u'r.,J' :&:.

mack In the United States senate. work urn live. Ilia preyrlalast they offer much One tttli Hundredlollara rol/* write: I have used your Herblna In my kill It ; sold by all good druggists Don't make ( r"rw1'&Ta.r..uh1y.: =;::'::".'i"L aMis rmm arra ru.

Taylor carried 78 of the B6 counties In fur any cawe thai It fall to cur. Bend family, and find It a. moat excellent medolne. ; any mistake, but remember the name,
toe i lint of teaUiuontataAdflroM Its effects upon myself have Swamp-Root,Dr. Kilmer's
SALE A
of"bellI. FOR Rood, largo copper Swamp-Root, -
the state, and baa a majority --- ---- -
r.J. CHKNST CO, Toledo; 0. been a marked benefit Sold by Acker- and the address
Binghamton N.
votes. Hold' b 7Ao/ Oo. bath tub, good condition J. T, Bono, Y., on Shoes, a big stock
9,000 TILe UWI'I1smay Fill for ootuUp.tt.oiu man-Stewart Drug every bottle. acob on'., at Leo Gallons; Wears Longer'
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Sa v e th 10 10and QT'ait Prices& will Reach !he lowed

!fore for r nor I I!Y Mlles.! limit Durlna 1 tills Stape s

How t have y railroad fiire t
paid: Buy tloket from your Baas Sole
station nK"ntand have him glvo .
you OHHh receipt, iir, Henh thit Until ; Mines and,! ItpnrlICJ
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Wednesday at
oiiKh receipt, mid rnllr.ua, faro May 23, 9 a. m.,1' 44iirin>-nlrt for IIHMI. M.VHIllill :.;:
will be paid one WilY to all I buy. L'lllltin-ll" hill tllltUHIIUdK' or y
era making a purchase of ill lit, "1'imlclrH iinunlly B.inlid In a
fir t-clnni rli i.nrluu'et Bti.rM. Our
$20.00 or Over. Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Furnishing tnilie'I '' Hod; 11.1.1..11",1, "IIn- ,

$ I '8 .000 Goods for Hen, Boys and Children, to be sold at Wednesday lag Hay 23rd. 4

Palatka, Fla., at less than the cost' of the raw material. y



The entire stock. oC IIigh.Gra Merchandise\ of the wl-'l1.knnwl1 and established" firm of :M. KANNEU, located lit PALATKA, will Le placed\ OU sale WEDNESIAY, MAY 23, at 9 n. m. shllrp.

Every man and child is conuuandedto attend thIs event True to should on, we slmll protect every buyer, and our guarantee goes with every garment that! leaves the store.. We hall refund 1

money to purchasers for any reason wha soever. So one overlook this' event. 'ou, in n season of the year when all mel'cillmts /are exacting the highest prIces for their WIlI'es. You

never heard of it before, end I you never will again-therefore take advantage of thin.' A sale of Marvel: Offerings. The Greatest Bargain Feast ever Offered In Palatka Alluring Bargains! .

A story briefly told: We have resolved to just one pUl'pnl'.e-to sell nil-and it must be sold. No consideration is given. The stock that forms the basis, of this wile: M merchandise: of dependable/ ability .JI!: 'ij'
and quality. Your benefit The opportunity is afforded) A Sale Without marked at ,.
a Counterpart or Parallel. A stupendous<< landslide" of merchandise!, comprising the world's best products
prices that will cannonade and shake the city from center to circumference. The doors will swing back promptly on a scene of bargain brilliance and splendor never equaledIn

the history of Florida's mercantile annals. This Great Sale positively lasts 10 days only.. I,;



Wednesday, flay 23 Look for the Big* Red Canvas Front Wednesday, flay 23 ;'.; '



NOTICE-This entire stock will he marked in plain figures.V( assure each and 1 every purchaser absolute] satisfaction. We guarantee every garment every: price and every statement made and wo will take back exchal'g'ior ', y
refund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory whatsoever The !building: will close its doors Monday, May 21, and Tuesday, May 22, to arrangq and re-mark garments so that the masses can easily] I b.. handled, and willremain E.t!
closed until Wednesday, May 23, when Florida's groat vile positively opens. ..,
TEN DAYS OF INIMITABLE\ j BARGAINS BEFORE]; THE PUBLIC, beginning Wednesday, May\ 23. This, our entire, stock, is all fine good and abounds in money-making\ inducement that will truly prove a tonic for y.
an over-worked pocket bock Wo caution you to come early us {every tiling WIll go rapidly. In order to prove to you the t.rellll"ndoulsllcrlflce" that must be made, we have mentioned l a few of the extraordinary bargains; hat! .
will be offered. Bear in mind that everything is just asadveitised, \\"e\ advise! yon to save! this and bring it with you so that you get exactly! the goods mentioned here. Remember" postponement\ ; satisfaction guaranteed! in 100;:.E
every instance or your money refunded ,mmediately.Merchnutsrom the city or country wishing to buy portions of this stock at the samo retail prices listed here, will be waited on only between the hours uf.8:! and! 0 every
morning.



Read These Mute But Crushing Prices :


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Sensational Bargains in Hen's Boy's I Hen's Pants. $6.00 Skirts for $1.79. Men's and Boys' Furnishings y

and Children's Clothing.A Men's latest. style] Cassimere and Fancy Worsted This includes many) new styles of this season's goods.Tnwols ft,000 Mews shirts, with collars Pants, all shades and sizes, regular price 2.00, up to 75c, all put up in one lot of your choice at 3pc '
Fine !Suit: of Clothes: all to match. This Suit all go in this stile at . .. . . .. . .n!)Nc l xl.I.l1lllfge that Hack I have always towels,sold sale for price loo.at.8c Men's Egyotiau Balbriggau Uiiderweur, worth ,.Jt.I.
] worth $S.OO, or refunded during 85a.l Sale
positively your. . .money... .. . . Fine fancy and plain Worsted pants that sold Cotton Crash in. bolts of 25 yds, worth $1.25, price ipc.! a
this stupendous sale 4-85 for3.50sule! price .. . . . . .. ... .. 1.4H gigantic sale price, per ynrd .. . . 41)00 -.: A thousand dozen Men's Bnlhriggau Underwear ..
mud Men's Ribbed !Shirts and Drawers
A Fine Suit of clothes all to match. This suit ))( Ladies' and Misses' Cornets/ nil colors and : in manyshade. .,
positively worth $10.00, or refunded at One lot Men's extra fine/ pants latest f1'si.nlin, sizes ; gigantic, sale price. . ... . . . 3u. All finished in the beat possible manner, all
your money
time during this sale ... . . . . 5.85A stripes and plain effects These punts 'are positively 1.000) Ladies' !and Misses' Corsets, all colors( and sizes Regular 75c value; during this sale your E
any sold] always at 4.00 5.00()( and S.OO, in this stupendoussale sirs gigantic sale price . .. . .. .. -l: choicer 39c ..
Fine suit of clothes all to match. This suitis they all go( .. .. . . ... 3.48. 2.48.JL98 80; inch tal.B; Oil Cloth all colors, worth 2(5o( ; Thousands l of dozens High Grade Underwear .,.J.
positively worth $12.00 oF'your money refundedat . .l"c. All will be placed on sale! for ten days at same proportionate '
any time during this sale . . . .. .. 6.85 Boys' Clothing. gigantic sale price, per yard prices.Men's .
Linen Crash, regular price 15c ; sale price.9c
Men's fine suits in Chevoits and Scotch Plaids, Boys' suiiB positively" worth 2.00, in this Stupendous Bed !Spreads: full size white crochet all good 1 \ Suspenders, worth 25o. only Pc.Men's .
worth 15.00, or your money refunded at any time 1 9lln . . . . ..980VI'H patterns, real Marseilles[ patterns 2 25 value for 1.19 Suspenders, worth j 85o! only 18c.r.len's y '1
during this sale if not satisfied! .. .. . .. .. .. 7-85 :Straw; Hats from 1.25 to 2.50; gigantic! sale 7c Suspenders, worth 75c, only 89c.Men's \ i
nll'cr. HUll) units, about 20 stylus in the latest \ Sojks, worth 15 cents, only 7o. Ioo;:.
Men's splendid suits in Velour finished Cassi- and newest! elVuuU( all wool /goods, sold by every retail Wash Fabrics. Men's\ Socks, worth 10 cents, only 4o'
nieres, all sizes. Positively worth. $18.00, or your house in the city at 8.00. This lot nt....... ..1.48 Men's\ Sucks, worth 25 cents, only lie.Men's .
.. . .. .. .. .. Words lack force to express the importance of
money back, in this sale 8.W8! Socks, worth 85 cents, only lOc)
Sfl.OO Uetnilers. They' ) go here at ............ 1.98 these clearance prices. Men's Shirts "
At $O.OS you are fl'eto chose a suit worth All the newest wash fabrics will he sold $18. O, $20.00 and up to $22.50, from twenty lots as Ladies' Ready-to-Wear! Waists and Skirts. this gigantic sale at 43o: op the dollar. Fancy: Shirts, regular price 75i, now 88c.Men's ,;J.

finely made and ns elegantly finished suits nq the Lndii'S" new spring wants i made, of fine India India Linen, 15o valves . .'7i() Men's"Fancy & Dress" :Shirts: 1.25 vul, only" 78c. E

most fastidious dresser could desire. Fine home lute, 'Too;) values ; wale price . . . . .:M)o Colored Lawns and Batista in white and colored\ 1.50 880. ..
M..n's
Neckwear worth
and foreign suitings of style and tone and iU great grounds, values! up to 15c; gigantic. sale price.4}Jo 85p, only] 19c.Men's W
waists trimmed l in lace and Neckwear, worth 7fic ) .
lawn HOc.Llldies'
L'ldius' white only
tailored into of faultless 4
variety of effects, garments Figured Batiste and imported cloth in WIllS(
embroidery! new style sleeves! 1.23;) value; Gigantio Vests, very flue ; the cream of this sea--f I
fashion. Black, blue, brown, drab, diagonal tan, .. . . .. . . . *<>.:. spring style, white and tinted ground, regular 25c ; son's merchandise, finely ribbed silk I
chevoits, Vicuna, homiispMiu, tweed and onset ateru sale: price:! only gigantic sale price .. . . . .. .. He tape at neck,
... . worth 15o'> during this gigantic sale the
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suits, single and double-breasted iu this sale?..9.9s $200 values ; gig lIIt.io sale prico fflc Voiles in the new mottled( and flake effects, ; price 7o. -

$2.50 values ; gigantic sale price . . 1.210 light or dark ground, regular price' :20o! ; gigantic! Men's and Ladies' Hose. e eLadies' q
Boys' Knee Pants. sale price . I2He
Ladies' walking( skirts, black and colors, strictlyall Persian Lawns, worth Boo sale price........,19c black and tan and plain !hose 4c.
800 pairs Boys' Knee Pants. !Sale: price...........l'c!) wool ; gigantic sale price . .. . . .. .4SLudivs ; Ladies' fast black seamless hose, regular] price .J!I.
Notions. 25c now 7o.
COO pairs Boys' Knee Pants, regular] $1 sellers merceri/ed Hilt Iecu petticoats, ,)ado ; ti'
Sale price .. ... . . . .. . . . .. ..-tSc: with hemstitched rullle, 2.75 value ; gigantic stale' Hooks and Eyes black and white, worth 5c, only lo A 25o fine Maco 1 Ic.cotton fast black hose, regular] t

price .. .. .. . ... .. . . . . . ...7Uc Brass Pins, 2 papers for lc'. price Ladies'; now beautiful flue JIf.J.
A consolidation of several lines of Boys' Pants, Pearl Shirt mud 1 Dress Buttons, different styles plain and lace styles a
value $1 nn<$1.25.. Consolidation price only pair (fIle!) Dress Goods. 2 dozen fpr lo black hose, worth 85c, now Wo.Children's E
fast black ribbed hose
Featherstitch Braids, worth( 5 nod 10c n handle, regular price
tiHsortiiunit dress, goods worth to c..qc
Ladies' Shoes. Largo/ up at only 4c.Hone 15c at 7c.Children's. JIf.J.
All wool Tricot Flannel regular 50o values] ; fast black fine ribbed hose, reirular
for dresses 23o;) 5o
casing wore a piece, now
Over 2,000) pairs of the very finest of the S611S011's sale] price..24a price 20c, at 12c. Ioo;:.
blaok silvered 12 in
goods hand-sewed, lace or button, all weights of Safety pins, or paper, So. Children's finest French" ribbed hose '
Russian Calf Mohair and Jlrillianthuis! worth 50c, only..340: Cotton J Elastic, black and while, regular price regular ]
sole, French Kid, Patent Leather and price 85c, at lite.
Novelty Suiting and Fancy mixtures, Voiles and lOo, nt 4o.
shoe
of ever
eta, they are by far the bost any
desirable shades..ISo Boys' the kind l t liiut; don't limit tin. Hanker-chiefs.
brought/ to this market, and they come in all sizes Crashes late spring styles, Suspenders < y
and widths, worth from $2.50 to 5.011.(> Come pick Black Chevoit Xohulinus, 43 inches wide' worth Shoes for Men anal Boys.Mlen'e 100 dozen! Children's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs -
thorn out in this sale] from .. ..-.. .DSc to 2.4S ow.duller per yard, gigantic sale price per yd.....59cVelvets choice, each liu.1CM f'
Shoes and Oxfcr.lt fur business llnit

Ladies Vici Kid Shoos, button and Lace-Paris: Bale .in. ..stylish. ..shades. . ..,..worth.. .85o.;. .;. gigantic. 39cBlack mean service and comfort, all newest shape wear, worth; regular)price dozen life Ladies; sale Hemstitched price 40. Handkerchiefs, ..,
toe, patent tip, worth a.CO ; at this salvage sale' I.JS price $2.50; sale price $t.:5l 100 dozen Men's\[ Bordered !and! Hemstitched
Baby Shoes-sizes '1 to 5, worth 50c, at this : English Voiles, Florentine Crepes and We offer the host shoe ou thc" market for I the Handkerchiefs( ; sale price 4o.1X '

1, salvage sale . .. . . . .. . . .. ..:a3
Sues 1 to 5, worth 75o, at this salvage( sale.........31GMisses' The latest novelties in Suitings, all the newest this big sale for$2.48. 1,5X ex. fine grade white and colored i

\ Shoes-sues 11J to 2, worth up to 1.50..oic patterns and figures $2 kind ; /gigantic{ sale price p8c Men's Oxfords, made of the very finest loathers, men's hlllldkel'chieflregl1lar price 100 ; on bordered sale especially -

White Linen EmbroideryMust Embroideries and Laces.A including Fordere'ij famous Vici nnd Eugene's Pat at Co
tent Leathers. They coma in all\ widths and, sizes: I.IXX) pure linen white handkerchiefs, neatly
go at Gigantic sale prices.Jewelry. million yards in different widths and a groat and all\ styles regular] price 5.00 sale price $J.4S.Boys' hemstitched, regular] 250 grade for lie. ?r
variety of designs-Cambric and Swiss Embroidery, shoes in nil the up-to-date ]leathers, new \
values to Umbrellas.
J Kdgpa'nnd Insertion-new patterns up
sale price ... .. .. .. ... . .. . . .jc style toes and shupus, a nice shoe for Sunday wear ;
15o ; regular; price 8.00, now $1.69.Boys' 250 :35, 2U and 28-inchessilk finished umbrellas
$500.00;) worth of Men's and Ladies' Jewelryand 2,000 yards of good Torchon Lace, Edges and shoes that satisfaction and parasols, with bundles
Leather Goods must go at prices that actually Insertion to match, per yard . ..-. . . 3c this sale price 98<:. give( worth 2.00; sale price 48c.fancy worth 1.00; gigantic -
si oin like giving them uwny. :
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Every Article in the Store will be Placed on Sale and must be Sold.


Our Store will be closed" May 21 and 22 to allow time to 're-mark prices for this Stupendous Sale. '. r


Excursion on all Railroads. Sale positively opens Wednesday, Hay 23 at 9 a. m. Look for the Big Red Canvas Front. .

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every ,
mail orders will r..c..iv8'. We KLorauteo every
the same prompt.ll.ttentlol1 NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE garment, ev-ry price /nnd every s 1
your personal Vlel!;. If youtie statement; here imide. Oue t ailcan't
price to all and :
that means sl.
come write for anything Lemon Street New Rosenberg BMd'g. CASH. Every article and every ", ;

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1L ? 9 r+e eatr STORY OF TILE FLOOD i HABITS OF THE RICH.


HOW the POSTAL BILL I 'I sa.ple..5 .1.......... Sa._.._._

WAS CARRIED I THERE ARE MANY AND VARIED VERSIONS The Prisoner'sTestirnonyY]111 I. ... ......-.... t

OF THE DELUGE Zola In his ;youth before fame came M!

o to him wrote some stories about millionaires

[Orl.ID&I.1 IOrfglnnl.l"Your wherein It seemed to him be :
Tb. One morning Sir Roderick Boyle honor" mild the iirluoncr'scounsel exaggerated shamefully In his descriptions
Omlr In th. Talmud ... Koran bet
M. P., a baronet living In London wentto "I desire (o rent this solely of the costly homes and habits of
else
la Ik. !.....*. .t A........ HJvvrrRao -
the postofflce to ask If there were That Ever Llrxl oatfCarth.I on my client's testluiony." the rich but later ou, when Zola became -

any letters for him. Now, at that Um. The prisoner! tbe pullor of d'a tho too a friend of millionaires he found
"I One of the most powerful and vivid that his accounts of their extravagance
-1839. tbe second year after the good weak to stand sat lu the witness! box
Queen Victoria ascended the throneof [descriptive portions of the book of bad fallen far short of the truth.
his hAnd .
passed over his brow mid began
) In the same way stories about the
England the
/ postothce was a very wonderful us It seemed lu the ,middle-It was extravagance of American millionairesthat
different bureau from what It I. today. j
at the end of his
The mall was all carried on coaches, the accounts of Adam's tall, the slayIng story. sound like exaggerations/ may also
"I vena gradually waklug. It must fall abort of the truth. Here, for Instance
and tbe
rbarges letters In
on were pro of Abel and the turning of Lot'swife
portion to the distance trans have been night for It was dark UH are some facts that an Interior
they were Into of salt
a pillar one
every
witted, ranging from 10 to 40 cents Erebus. I heard the stroke of n deep decorator of New York supplied the
remembers from childhood bow Noah
for a letter weighing an. ounce, and toned bell and counted three. It must other day. They sound extreme, but
warned of the doom
was Impendingover
1'' were collected when the letter was de the children of men and bow be have been 3 o'clock In the morning. If let Zola be remembered.A .
man bought for his ball twelve
livered. Since the value of a shillingwas In midsummer It would soon be light
constructed a huge ark In which lie didlive ; antique marble columns at Pompeii. ,
proportionately much greater then If In midwinter, the darkness would
himself and his family and two
than the Finding be could use only eight of the
cost of
a on a now letter sent from postage especially of every beast of the Held and fowl of continue till nearly 7. But I could not columns bo bud the remaining/ four destroyed

one extremity of the air, for the space of 100 days or remember whether It was summer or although he was offered for

Y the kingdom prohibitive.to another was, to the until the waters subsided and the dry winter. I felt no bedclothes over me them twice what be had paid. He bed

poor Sir; Roderick to the delivery land appeared. But the Biblical recitalof so I concluded It must be summer. paid $5,000: apiece.
: stepped up
thIs terrible visitation of divine
window and finding a young "Due thing I knew-my bed was very Aubusson. carpets, with a pile, three
wrath Is by no means the only one.
Inches thick often made te order
bard. The muscles of back are
woman a maidservant there welted.I my on
In the most Inclined
The clerk Lad banded her I fact skeptically which I at a cost of $40 a yard. Such a cost
I a letter and I must believe that something of the sort was lying, ached but I was
though Is nothing beside what Is or- HABBOE.
she was looking at the superscription actually occurred long ago for It has principally taken up with where I was. SAN FRANCISCO

;7f Presently she sighed/ and turned to been perpetuated not only In the Talmud I remembered who I was and that I dinarily paid for antique rugs They
measured by the yard often cost $500or :;
leave. The clerk called her back bad been sick In but I
and Koran but In tbe legend. of very a hospital

,, "This Is the third time this week almost every nation and race that ever could not C now be there for the hospital Chairs$000 a of yard. Inlaid_ with PESSIMIST'S QUESTIONS.

1' you've been here to ask for letters, and. lived on tbe face of the earth. Including word was lighted and the nurse In Ivory -

though I've had one for you every timeyou've the Chinese, the ancient Aztecs of charge always when not engaged witha I occasionally One millionaire's sold at piano(000 apiece.cost $ : Is It that a cleaning of win- 'r
Brothers
celled Mexico, the Indian tribes of North and patient vat at a table on which wasa A: live Inch band of Ivory four Is the signal for a rainstorm? Gay

"What's the matter lassie?" asked South America and even the savagesof shaded! lump. My bed Lad been soft the carving runs around Is John always lute the nlgbt the ,

'" Sir Roderick. "Can't you pay for ;your Africa. "Where was I? which Is out and visitors are expected
was decorated by Everett
,. letter? I Tbe story of course varies materially "The odor of the room was very bad The gold and silver the evening?
plate
"1 haven't the money sir." In tbe multitudinous traditions, but and I could not feel that there was any household requires an expert why, oh, why do visitors al The Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur

"Whom Is It from?" the gist of It remains substantially the ventilation. I put my Land downside be- after It. Tbe man Is a come the one afternoon In the

"My: young man. sir." name-namely; that the earth was once me and felt wood. I explored the his salary Is $2OOO a when one Is not dressed. to re

,.11 """hat Is the postage?" asked the visited by; a great flood In which nearly wood, and It appeared to be a table. Billiard ,rooms sometimes year. ve them?
r baronet of the clerk. "What' did It ? stock was never more complete than
overwhelmedand mean has now
every living thing was I 000 to furnish. The tables does a woman think she so
"A shilling fourpeuce" replied the lost. Thus In the Koran we read I "I wished to get up to find out where are Inlaid with Ivory and gold. better taste than her richer L and new goods are arriving weekly

clerk. that Noah constructed the ark with I was But I was very weak, too weakto Certain wines-Schloss If she but bad as much money;

"I Sir Roderick took the amount from divine assistance and was railed at for go rummaging' around In a strange for Instance stamped with the gratify It? i rm A few of our specialties:
his wallet and laid It before the clerk. dark too weak to about
his the wicked. When the room go any.
pains by Prince Matternlch-are sold at Is It that a leak In the pipe Is
Glancng at the grl to see bow pleasedshe where too weak to stand. No I could 1m Ferris Hams and Breakfast
time prescribed for tbe punishment of ales. to millionaires for $40 and .. discovered Saturday afternoon I Bacon
would be to read the letter mankind water was seen to not got 'Ul>. I must lie where I was
arrived
bottle. cannot be found until
a plumber !
in Pure Olive
from her lover he noticed a peculiar flow from the burning oven of Noah's and think It out With difficulty I succeeded Automobiles of ninety or more morning Olives bulk. Oil,

expression on her face while she shook wife and Immediately all the veins In turning on my side. II All the leading Brands of
power, made to order will la It that when one Las made a
her bead a. much as to say "Don't do and arteries of tbe earth broke and "I hadn't even a pillow
$30,000 to $40,000. Some ten minutes Inter
sees
It." But It was too lute. The clerk out water. ""I thought and thought and thought one Cereals.
spurted keep a dozen or more else which would have been
bad taken the money, and the letter Noah was then admonished In tbe.ewords but could come to no conclusion. with a head chauffeur at $",, or cheaper or more becoming IWJA Whole Wheat and Rye Flours
was In the baronet's ba nd. He gave It "Take and bring Into tbe ark "Then I worked myself: toward the ,
:
$5,000 a salary and two Ledger.
to tile girl, and the two walked out of of of animal edge of my wooden bed and reached year 1if> alsoPlllsbury's
two couples every kind I assistants at 123 a week each.
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the postotnee together Wben they male and female with all your family out with my arm as far as I could and Then there Is the ocean going The KBSrlleh P...... Gold Medal
reached the street Sir Roderick took felt-other wood. It was smooth, like l ,
been condemned
except him who has which cannot be maintained the conduct of tbe police depart-
out an eyeglass and read tbe that on which I rested and as far as I
superscription Obelisk and other
tbe faithful
s by your mouth, and receive most modest way at a smaller In an English city we find a
ou tbe letter. could feel the same shape. I raised
,
and even the unbelieving but few expenditure than $2 .-New comparison with our Amer
The name was "Beth T. B. R. Perk." also myself on my elbow and put out the .. Brands of
The Koran Man
only will enter. says; Press. r'Re.aa notion of police work. In 1m
Sir Roderick He had other baud. This enabled me to reach
was puzzle
that tbe ark was built In two years as In London the policeman Flour.
never seen so many; Initials In the name and that It contained three stories the a little further. I felt- "'........ always the servant of the public. 1m

of one In Ler class. "You are Beth upper one for tbe birds the middle one "Great heavensl"That's A CondlUou of general uutbrlft In London be carries neither club 1m Also the largest variety of Imported Delicaciesever
flesh! flesh!
Perk I he said. Cold clammy
suppose for the men and the provisions and tbe the peasants Is one of the most revolver. His duties are very

"Yes, sir; on that letter. SometimesI'm hold for the beasts. Canaan the son "I shrank back and lay still. My features of Uuxuluu
Bess, Elizabeth Betsy or one o' Therefore heart now Was thumping. The Instinctof It Is In his method of
of Ham refused to be saved. ery stranger passing the officer
tbe other names ns belongs to Eliza. Noah ours him. and his posterity self preservation: came to give me tween that country and his work that the striking dif

beth." became black and were enslaved. will power to :regain my self control. struck by the marked change/ 11.... He Is always quiet al I BOTH'S1'ORES
The When my heart bad somewhat quietedI
good man looked at her wonderingly -
Tile Persians assert that Horn Incurred respect which he encounters up neat always respectful even
"And :you seem to have a good raised myself again and reached 1
In his treatment of tbe
his father's malediction as well. When Tory boundary Hue and which .
many other names, Judging from the again. Tills time I ran my band along
six mouths bud passed the ark restedon graphical l position does not at Such overbearing manners as
Initials." tbe side of a human being.
the top of Mount Djondl (Ararat), count for. There sometimes see In New York police
no gradual
"It to suddenly. I was In Lemon Street The West End.
"The letters sir. Themdiffers.. came!> me
would not be tolerated In Man
after having made the circuit of the lu the uppeuruiice of the face
Sometimes there's three, like thIs one world. that sorts of a dissecting room. '-or In London for that mat
Tabarl two
sometimes two and once there was says "I felt myself fainting, but a terrible country or the people from ii PALATKA FLORIDA.
animals left tbe ark which had not -Success.
entered Live
I i prosperity to extreme
flue but that was only once and was thought nerved me. Suppose
It-the pig and the cat. Concern- relapsed Into unconsciousness Morn- a sudden dUlereuce lu the I"A
necessary ...."
Onus of "CIa. "
I
the latter have this
tog we Interesting and with It medical murked by totally dissimilar
Sir Roderick took the glass out of his Ing woukl come a were chauffeurs long before -
of Information When the rats be-
piece : to cut of cultlvatluu dwellings and
eye and surveyed: the girl from head to student who would begin me up. >moblle History tolls us that
foot What could she mean? He was gun to make trouble the voyagers complained Perhaps his first thrust would be In a thrift. Kverytblug, ; ou the
the ;year 1705 men strangely ac-
to Noah. Whereupon the patri- vital Heavens! I must get Indicates careful cultivation and
too well bred to ask even one so far beneath port up their faces covered with soot
him to explain a matter In which arch "passed his hand down the back and make an effort to get out of the try, while upon the Itusslaii
of the lion who sneezed and the cat horrible Terror me strength fields show bad tillage uud their eyes carefully disguised, en Next
bo could not possibly be expected to place. gave by night farm. and lonely habi Send Your Order !
have an Interest so be simply looked leaped out" of Its nose. And tbe cat ate and I sat up. Then bracing my bands squalid houses Inferior and and committed all sorts of dep.
the .
at ber. ra ts on the edge of my table I lowered myself for stock and tools uud
They garroted their vic-:
"'''ell. here's ;your letter" he said According to the Talmud Noah and to the floor. ing In tho fields exposed to the
dragged them before a great fire,
handing It to her. his family and one pair of each kind of "Too weak to walk I got down and er.-Herbert II. D. I'elrce lu they burned the sole. of their FOR
beast were to be saved In the ark but
"(Please sir, I don't want It." crawled-crawled, In among tables till and demanded Information as to

i "Don't want It." of every clean beast seven were to enter at last I felt a wall. Along this I Aa Old HofttllMli Cuatoui.: whereabouts of their and

"No sir There's nothing In It, sir In. Tbe rhinoceros however had groped till I felt a window casing. The nomination of sheriffs ; hence they were called money"chauf JOB PRINTINGTo

"Nothing In .Itt Then vby"lIe to be left out for the simple but sufficient Pulling myself up I reached a shade. to the present mode dates from *." a name which frightened so

paused. reason that Its neck alone was Moving It aside I admitted a little The "shire reeve" was first

t' "I tried to stop ;you payln' for It, sir three mile. long. Nevertheless all the light from a street lamp far below. by Alfred the Great to assist the .our good Irandmotbers-Pnrl. the

It's this way, sir. :My young man's rabbinic writers agree that the rhinoceros My. sight was keen and I.sllw'wbat men and the bishop In the

valet to a laird In the north o' Scotland survived the flood; hence It Is appeared be a door. Long I looked their Judicial functions In the Child LOT*. NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT,

reasonable to suppose that the huge at It with a view to fixing its direction. In '. to .
sir. The postage on a letter from ties. Edward III. reign/ It the parents the puny

blm Is one and four, sir, so we bus away beast was taken In tow by a rope attached But I dared not go straight for It. I acted that they should be strong In his weakness bis Superior Printing for all Purposes.

o' wrltlii' on the back o' tbe letter to Its horn. Some authorities must follow the wall. This I did and the morrow of All Soul by the arms more Irresistible than the

as we both knows what It means. Inside likewise declare that Noah extended reached ft after what seemed an age, cellor treasurer and chief baron ', his lips touched with persua

there's nothln but a sheet o' paper his hospitality to another outsider In wondering the while If I would make exchequer." The only Instance : which Chatham and Pericles In

with nothln' on It. I goes to the the shape of Og, the giant;, who climbed myself heard In case I found It locked. male sheriff Is that of Anne bad not His unaffected

r postofflce and calls for the letter and on tbe roof of the ark and received "It was ajar thank God of Pembroke who on the death when he lifts up his voice Florida East Coast Railway)

knows what It says by tbe wrltln on his dally food through a bole bored In "Crawllnn through It, I entered an father the Earl of Cumberland high or, more beautiful the sobbing ,

tho outside. Then I bands It back to the side of the vessel. anteroom There was no light In It, buta out mule heirs In 1043: succeeded the face all liquid grief as be

the clerk nnd pays nothln'. I won't Ararat has been known under this light ri a. building close by gave me office In Westmorland cud to swallow his vexation soften

mind tellln' you what this one says If name for 3,000 years and an Armenian all I needed. I was In a coat room. Judges to Applehy. hearts to pity and to mirthful and Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, Jf,

you won't look at me. Beth means writer declares that an entire countrywas Among other articles were pieces of << compa .-Emerson. UP.

sweetheart T. beaus time. B. B. so called after Aral the Fair an clothing doubtless left there by students A C.o loa. leaf. SOUTII-BOUND-.READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND--READ
,
means one month-that Is, It's one ancient Armenian king who lived to put on for dissecting work. I A Scotsman went to an Merely a Precaution. =

month before we're to be married about 1750: B. C. He fell In a bloody found a coat, vest, trousers, bat shoes.In meeting nnd boldly staked a Lester" said' the old codger Ho a9 Ho, 29 BTATIOH& Ho 78 .Dal.1.HUall .
,tl
Sir Roderick who was a statesman, battle with tbe Babylonians and the a coat pocket I found a bottle of Strangely enough the horse be his callow nephew lu an Dall, O _

stood looking down upon the girl think scene of his death was thenceforth liquor. I drank It all and went out and proved a winner and be went tone, "It Is as proper that u-; ;; grain L.........,..............Jerksonvllle..._.._.......,At rjP':: IIWOpm :
V 2a... ....,..... .. '
his .....JkJu'h' J.ckooaylll..Ly 1'115
bookie" to claim
winnings.
ing. Tbe postal laws enabled him as known as Aral-Arnt or the Fall of downstairs In an office room In a leak should pay the fiddler as It Is to J IOPIII 1010ant. ......,,.........,.,..tft. AllKIIMllUO.. .".,_._......., etepm:: ,
one of the nation's rich men and legislators Aral. Josepbus refers to the mountain drawer I found a box: with stamps and I sporting man begrudgingly/ any other debt but It's a 6.0,11I, 11 I".m u ..................,_, .I1."n" .._...,_...._ I 341e'" _
to send through the as Nazuana and declares that the remains a few small bills with some change. I i B sovereigns. lIe looked at exhibition of extry wldtb betwixt -! !" '!?! } hunt ... ..., ... .........B..t Puletks".............,........ I'a 1J"'J
a piano I o 01.1IFmm!: : Ar.....,.,...?__..-Ji l I ........._.._........... { PID 1155
malls free If be chose. but the poor of tbe ark were there to be seen knew I must have something to sustain very carefully before placing It eyes to Inquire the fiddler's price 7 4I"L! I l ions, l.v........... l auks., ,......,..................Ar /rpm /

must pay for an ounce of paper. carefully preserved. me and this would buy It. I took the pjcketbook. "Well." said the the dance begins."-Puck, 976pm .." ., A.."......,"=.. '//iiiin, M"leo "".....__._,Ly ." ... -T lkn

The next day Rowland Hill's bill for Almost all the Asiatic traditions money. It was my first theft"I with u snarl, "are ;you afraid = I 1m I.v..n M..o ....".................._Ar 'Y'76Vm ::::r.

tbe street door bad" gifts Vopm 12NJpm: Lv.. _......, ........." himnel InUiipunt. .__...._....._, .--wpm ._
uniform Inland penny postage was to closely resemble the Biblical was going toward ;your faithfully and they 8 1410n .. ........ .. .. 4
nccount.1 124"pm .. ...... ._..".... ......_.._" .."....... 2OPm .lay
come up In the bouse of commons and Jerosns In his Chaldee ( when I heard the words: "Oh no," said the Scotsman be enlarged. Practice what you t.Im 1 ( "...........".....? ... Ormondytoni,?.........._.......... ..: eaquu::: 4_
v thief!I' lookln' to mak' sure and shall attain to 10 121pm\ .. ,.................?... 1>. .?.__....._...._. 916pm lay
Sir Roderick had proposed to kill It. 2(10)) speaks of ten kings who appear I Ito 'Stop wan Just ;you higher 108\pm I I 3'Ipm .. .........._. I'ort Orange........__ ..... "
It now occurred to blm that the goy correspond to the ten patriarchs In "It was all up with me. I bad escaped ;yin I slo'd ye -wlsna among them! ,-Arnold. W, 'ID Ar... :..................,New emyru...... .."....... ".. I."m 1'--tiii 4155'

ernment was carrying this girl's love Genesis before the flood. The last of from a, lead house to be put In jaiL It I"n: 1 411.m ................". \\.okolle 0"...___..,.... v I OOPm1l : INN
: 1Mpm, Arf. _,... OnnoUlt y...........,...._.., 17. _
letters free whereas the charge of a these kings was called Xlsuthrus.. Be- The night watchman seized me. I told "Mew Jv., 11 lusn' ft 00 um :..... ..... lir.nM Cl.y Juocnoa ....,,,....",, 4.P'n 1

penny might be paid not only by her rosus relates that "Kronoa appeared to him my story. 104Opm -Tiopr- Lv... ...,.,...,.,,.,_?? .w.hny.u..... ....."...._..Ar aoapu law Ikks
could "He laughed. Y 1IUI'm' J 4111"n| ......... .._..........Oak. Mill ....._.......__.Lv 21 pm 155.
but by thousands of others who Xlsuthrus In a dream and warned him S'tl.y l1 Alpm B Itipm .............."..........Tltu.rlllo....,.........".....", .. 2 Clf>fL-Ti!! '

not pay the high rates. bat all men would be destroyed by a Tbe man was a melancholy sight A h' II "m&lIOpm A'I.,......... .....,,...S.nCo'[..,...,..._......._.... 'ta5n 1I101J1 i
"Beth," be said tearing open the letter deluge on tbe 15tb: of the month Dae- part of hIs clothing was too large for -e InPm! II Mam L.I...............,..,..... tanrord,...,."..",,......_\L.\ : "'iiii;
of blank ; him a port too small. Most of It was 11 elpm BTtpm ;Lv.-..Tltlurllle..Ar, OM1pm\
and at write tIO
glancing a piece commanded him to ..
sloe nnd 12 elan 61 .........._ .. 12tpm 11
little of |>mB .. Canoe.. _...__.... ?Lv ,'"
: paper within, "when you want to send down all the learning and science of far too large for there was 1: list, Mnm ............"...._... ......_........ .7PO: 11118I
.
1 and bone. Ho bad told 1I.m!, ,.. .......... .. .
another letter to your lover come to ; and to hide It In tbe city him except skin VI".a ..Melborn..w..... .....-.. 12171: 11118
men sun shudderedat l 81J"on"| ..:......._ .... _.. in ....
me," he banded her a card "and It Slpnrls and then to build a ship and his story with an effort and 260""u" > 10pmooopm .". ,....,..,........._.._-.b..Uea,.._.._.... I' teem: 1r Mt
shall cost nothing I'll frank It for recalling his grewsome experience. E-t .._..._.... 8. L"al. _... _........ 11611"1s
rola- .
;you ; enter It along with his family and a ff ... .'Port .lerai.. .:.. ..
courtroom was fixed o.m Inpm "'.,.""".._.. l ..,., ,_. .... 13 Wm" ; IIIii"
you. And here's a wedding present for tires and nearest friends and to take Every eye In the ':: 87pm.4lpm :: ........ ...............TI hh.l.!.....?._,.......,.,. :: I.'on. I 11111"1I
or rather pay for an Idea you have and drink and upon him till the end of his story, then .r arm .. ..._..,......,_..... Eden -...-...,."........-e 10 IIaN(>
you Into It with him food 4"pm ...... ,.. ....,...Jensa ... .... 1015." "
who suddenly -- IOet'
the --- ""
given me." He banded her two il0 beasts and winged fowl. When be was all turned to judge l sloe I >7|>mJtt .. ,......"..._,_*......"'Iu.r......._....._....._.. .. 10 roam 10lil"
notes and left her standing on the side started as from a dream and said: 1 7pe: : .. ....,,..-.......?.... Huba! fckmnitupller...".-............... :: .emm 101>>PAI
asked whither be was about to sail, be discharged." i-L i 4115n1 .. ....................We. ..........-.....-. its'. 8101'I
walk gaping after him. was bidden to reply. 'To tbe gods to "Prisoner, you are y Idsm: I l/.pra: : _,............,_W..I..ha B.aotlJloynlon ......-........:: OOrwm 8011"1
The next day wben tile postal bill No sooner were the words spoken albm 1IO.m, ..'................-.... .....-.-'--... anise .101'8'
pray them that men may prosper. the hands of of the audience Io.n a .". ..,......".... 1).I..y ................... e lam .,dadsm
In the house of commons Its than many s 4Cpm47pm) .......... .Yori .. 720nad .
came up Xlsuthrus did as he was commanded : nulerdale....,.,......... '
friends In despair since It was simultaneously went down Into pockets ; 61.la > "..."...".."..-...._ Danl' .?,k___......,0? 7 lOn 7aIt
wero and wben the flood showed signs of and loose change. An officer yd"r y 7 eau,: 811M": -.....,....-......_fI..U.DI..lo.' .................._' :. 7m.In
sure to be killed by Sir: Roderick Boyle abating he sent out three birds In suc- pulled up 1 11>I.. 10 :iiipm/ ,............."....Lemon ClI,.....-.....--,. eIA.m, yap.OOOm ".
who bad denounced It a visionary seized a hat and a clinking was : 10 lupin Ar....".......,........._.Miami' ...._._....... Lv e 11I811I ._
as The first and second came s .. .... .,_.... ..... .. ..... .. '
cession. coin on coins. +v1Ad 'jj ........ _Mlaiul. ..____.....,1Ar '- a11NBuaet "
scheme that would swamp tbe post- lack, tbe latter with mud on Its feet : heard as of falling before 10 a.e .........,A._. I.vl.....................".? oon..te -.__M......._...... ... .......". ,,,..
Wben shortly be- I Then the whole was dumped : ;

ofllce department. but the third returned not. Soon after i tbe Judge, who added his own contribu- l. PalnrCon on 1..,... GO sod< PIo
fore tbe vote was cast the great statesman : 10 sod 78.. Bumit 8l..Pln(Cut ea isles
this the ship was stranded on a moun- tion and beckoned the prisoner to corne ; lr r 111.11, .,,".p'lIunll.y, _
and made a speech !In advocacy
arose
_.
nln, and Xlsuthrus disembarked with and take the pile. lIe did so mechanically. eI 11.23 I '
g jJ;;
of the bill there was great astonishment. d Mend
Ne20 NLi
his family, offered thanks to the gods I r. .';1, H..2t ,I Ho.I7N..u NO.le Na.I5 /

The measure passed, but and vanished. Subsequently the remnlnlng And the neat day there was an Investigation { .4 lye ,".. 0.117 Ea. o.ny MUPOI' IUHCH. oE' O.U 7 ply V
no one knew that the turning point In : ri o tan. owl i e, Deny
survivors beard his voice In at the hospital to discover who ; #
Its for existence was a cipher sir i MPM1P -
struggle 11 -
between two lovers neither of whom ha heavens bidding them fear God .bad sent a patient supposed to be dead atop 2 00p ,/oo. ..,....?jJaakaonvllhi a..,...Ar TOOa5J ells!' l : 1p!
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and to take his writings out of Slparll to a dissecting room. ) W IIIMp e6JD lap lOeW, .,,,.,.ulhJ.ck..n.ro.-Ly; 880. 17a.' In .e
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knew any more than to read and to lODOp 7 Dip IO AtM .. .. 12 111Ilnp
and from them Instruct mewDel.tlty F. A. MITCHEL.WHT. A "t 10 Kf prq>|i ::p :fJP m/1y 'is\bl".Ch '? S9IMSIM ;= r.g tit 1

write. -MARY--O.-BPRNET.CHAMDEIILAIN'S ---- --- 10 SO|) 146JI I 10 arENINSULAR onI' 11 A r:::::::::: .. )1':1": 'r.:' .::::::;,.'t.y SOI) ., .... 12 000 I
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Cocon :BCMEDT THe. Expre..... SuP,.B FBOM BHBTMATISV? RI 'tv..rr AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHlf CONNECTIONS AT !! .
VEST BBBT. suffer. from rheumatism when P- .
Why
faint
bad been drugged
:
The author

Cough"I have Remedy been and using want to Chamberlain's say It Is the lag from a crowd of shopper" he one Balm application win relieve of the Chamberlain's pain? The quick Pain :: I Cloa Co.aactloa M.d. .t MI.ml with,. SlMaiihlps el the P. 0. S. S. Caa/df g.

best cough medicine I have ever taken," "AlnioHt like my lust book, mar- relief which this liniment affords mikes !

1 says Ueo. L. Chubb a merchant of Horleui. lured, recovering his senses. rest and sleep possible and that alone is Havana and Key West

I Mloh There Is no question about The listeners, being of delicate per- worth many tluiee Its cost M..ny who

Its being the beet as U will cure a eptlon knew then that the book l id have used It hoping only for a short relief Two Sailings Each Week. ,

cough or..old In Isle time than any other fallen dead from the press.-rblladulhla from Bartering. have been n..ppny Trains Discharge Passenger at Ship's Side. No Tr.a.r"
treatment. It should always be kept In surprised to dad that after awhifethe
Public Ledger. ,
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7 the hoiise ready for Instant use, for a relief became permanent Mr. V H from TnTSiTiT.'i'.tS,**"""'"'. tlmei at which train mty D.ezpeoted to.my,.I"'
much less time of Viim "um.. Tennessee, U B. d bat '"." .. limes lilted neat
cold eau b* cured In Leggett; a sot u kS'i "Ivml or d."" Oa al the I.
when promptly treated. For ale l by Men spend their live In tbe service A., writes. "I .m a. great sufferer from e d' tb4Compaay to ... .. rt.pon.ll.le f<,,..jy d"""Um o...'.oa.etneocauU,
Rh'
k AckermuD-ati-wart ( of their passion Instead of employing rheumatism, nil over from b -A.1..I"' fear Ygry For Copy of the LOCAL Inform-tun f'
I TIMe Other
their passions In the service of their and Chamberlain's Pain Palm U' the"n- CARD or

' If you want to get your mone,,'*worth life. -Steele. ly thing that will relieve the PJnFor CaL DU" +4'i to :San: PrwtciKO DstLroytoT By Resent .lre. 1 1q "SEE THE TICKET AGENT JJ\,

and see a. good COLD knock-out UMrook' salt by: Aokwrmaa-Btewut Drug Co. 3. D J
Floe Tar Syrup. H RAHNBR.AMt0a!n'l.. P......,Act.,, >5T. AtlOUSTINf. ,,
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Crescent Hews"CKUSCKNT WELAKA. THE FIRST AIR BRAKE.

Do You Realize City Florida East Coast Railway.Local
IT. A. MaKenile\ .. of the Pa- 'Wliat It Did When -WMtlBChona .
What C latkn Times-Herald and candidate rl..llr Won at Trial.

CITY. Mrs. Edgar McOLuldy' la repartee for the, Legislature' WAS. In tow Per ona who should have known better .

Cash Business t la one of the most beautiful I as making steady progress toward ests.lust Tuesday looking after his Inter thought Westinghouse visionary Time Card No. 66SOUTIIBOUND.READ la Effect April 16, J9 9fl6.
when.. told that he
they were propo.odto
locations
R 1 will Bud In Ib Florida. Tourists she comple recovery and It Is though Mr.' Fink of Nashua was In town stop a train by air. Nobody seemed DOWN NORTU. OVND.tEAD! UP..
? t an Idoal to will bo able to leave
spot the
11 Means St. Augustine .
last .
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spend the winter Tuesday.Hon. (\ Inclined to let him try blip plan ou ----- -"-' I
11 or a few
potts
days of keen delight. hospital for home In another a peal train but they did not object to ; 'j' '
It means that you can got t i week. James M. Chesser of Hollis- No"lr.. : BTATI01. No".aTS \\oil "
4 The town Is on Crescent Lakean tar, candidate for the Legislature his working a model of It lu a shop

? your supplies of GROCER2 ( arm of the St. Johns ) Miss Lillian spent Wednesday and Thursday where be couldn't do any harm or In. --T-;; U mild Lv................ ..........I.nhonvlllo ..._....."..........Ar 7 Wol'm : aMin S

lES::!, HAY, GRAIN, etc., p''2 and Is 100( miles by water Rlverl duties at the public Appleby school resumed luftt week her here shaking hunds with his friends valve anybody else In expense. He 0 7 P.iipli 2'jimu( \; Ig 4Ollm 2omnm: :: :::::::::::::::::::.8outlpJsokionvflle..LV.....itt. A., uuiuo.: ...::::::::::.:::::7.:. : 0 7 S7puu ltu.Ul 7 47.m 4O'SIU

S nt a Great Reduction in ooHt C 77 miles by rail from Jacksonville Miss Lula knew his scheme would work. but he 7 6'1'11I II 1"11I ........._.....1"........ iIstIw, ............................. 5 'I"n 8 412am>>
old tim Credit I Her mother Is so much Improved I hl Man Hunter Crescent could not make one else believe It. 8 .tIi'Tn, 11 111am .........".. ........... Eaetlaiamia. ............................ S gUi.mn e em
3 over the .a The all day river rldo on the health that Miss Appleby will be City Is visiting her aunt Mrs L. K. any lli-,, IdlOilmI: Ar.............................. J1 l"lI ..................".........,.-r-1I/I1.m/ ""T1165E0I
U System. I i i steamer Crosoout .- Hoi}ley Bo he continued to sell his Invention '''t"l II II.D J.v.............................. l'iCatks., ......."................."Ar S 45).l) e Slam
from Jacksonville able to continue to the end of the for replacing derailed cars on the 'hhipin ... .... Ar. 12aMsieo 'I
u Ib enables us to pay cash t II of to Croecout City I.ooe term, now but a week oIL Miss Alma Kirkland of Frultland tracks and to talk about his brake to :ICC.C: _: .r: 111"L' ::.7:.:::::::....::::::::.*tllUStSiOO: :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Ar ; .=

3 and gob bottom prices from t a the delightful exporlo'noo. of spent the day Just Thursday with railroad man who was willing to -UOIji -'ifltiin; r.v............... ...........lb..r. ;
i Florida travel. The Most of the northern Mrs. L. J steamer have D.porit.'
a the jobber and manufaotur- loaves Jaoksouvllle at 8 guests listen. g 5i'm: motIle::: :: ::::::::::::::::::: .: .: Ornoni.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: : a:,: g :::

H er? mid in turning over the d every Tuesday, Tbur8day' and departed Mr. John, Mr. and Mts. Frank Buck weekly Welaka.meeting Whist at the club residence held Its of "Well have yon ever stopped a train 19 102pm 111pm::: t 2i"n ulmin. :: .Port: :::::::::::::::::.:::::.:.. Orange::'" ':::::::;:::::::::::::::: :: .Ii: ; r.::: ; :::

u uoods to you for oivsh we can I I I Saturday, reaching Ct'use-ant O'Callaghan alone remaining Mr. and Mrs. H with this air thing of yours?" they loiiin1 2 (ipim ."..................... 8m'.".."...................... .
H half the and c.c. City at 6 p. m. U'bis trip la the at Grove Hall. Mr. .anMis. E. Wald on Oak would ask.: lL 1118.nn'l' ;;" Art.,.,..................... 1..keUo .
do it at profit street last 'l'imursdnyevening and haia .. .. .... .n.\y.... .. :
!H BE SURK we niako WHAT t j only and daylight ride up the broad Buck expect to go to their stun moat delightful time playing" No he couldn't Bay that be had done Jtfo:; : Olilfl&e.u :: I.I.:::::: :::: : (>;rangecuuyjmmcti.n; () ;;, .::::::.::::::.4": :: 1 ::::: g r.::: .

ON. ploturesque 8t Johns. mer home In Philadelphia by the whist. Mm Clarence Greenwood so. Nobody would let him try It even IU 4111'11IrUI"n' Lv...."."............... No", Rm..n..j'r 8 ""I.n 4 DM01IL

u II WK FIGURED! t w a a and The offers steamer a delightful has pretty outlook oablus end of the present month and Mr. A. B. Pulne defeated all on a train of dump cars.On lUpm: : IOiun 16J'::!:' 'r:::::::::::::::.::..::::':::nsa, II-r:;;:::::: :::::::::::::::: : '2 2s.p 412pm;;;; : OO.n 51251111htSlrn :
comers winning five consecutive day he arrived In Plttsburg, sellIng "
y It's Business. I I even In stormy weather. The public school will close one 111unln "li.n), . .. .Ari..8..r.\'V 116I..mn >
Orescent games and loosing ,none. The club his other Invention and talking 8 u !_ _!__ !'!.. \ S Sepp! It iOain'Tfltipn
| It's Money In YourS t the City Is the center of week trot today. Duilng the clouIng will meet at the residence of Mr. about hi. brake notion to a man con- 8 101"0 ................,...'....."." .................. ...".Ar -rOfpmroo.m

a middle orange Florida' growing and Industry beautiful In weeks attendance has fallei street and Mrs.next Jno.week.Dallow on Palmetto nected with a railroad out there. t iJtamn llhtn,: : Ouim hIpp::, :: ::::;:::;::::;;::::::::::.Ttenkiedgi... Cone ''.,':::::::::::::::::::::::::;Ir: I uipn lillIm: J 125ia 15.011Oian :

( Pocket. groves surround, the off peiceptlbly owing to the failure "That's a great Idea of yours" said 1 4 a"l'm ..........................,R." (mull." ........................ 12 47pm 1 t7ant11am

n I I.3 Good boating hunting place and of the children from the Denvenelghboihood Quite a large I party of ladles and the man. "We will. try It on our Hn.." I ;: : : r1:(; :::: :: .;::::;::::::::::...:::;::.$:I.a'.::::; .:::::::....::;::::::::::_..:: :: 32 it il2an 871m, Ii I 17011Mftia r.oam::
8 the cost and I fishing will gentlemen' from Pomona went up to 80 the officials of this railroad 405,0, 001011 1icle .. ZIilsm Seat
C It saves worry Haven for sportsmen afford amusement to nttend The school Urayton Island last Friday on Mr. mitted to his per- g O'iafl% g 15Im.:::: :: :::::::,.:::::::::_::::.yrt Pierce:.:::::::::::::::::::;::: :: 19 fIllain. : n b'lpmilOlislml '

Q I of keeping listed for accounts.Cash Prices i..1 1 Naptha launches oan be secured for the paNiC year has bO"D most ex W. ]M.\ Wllllitma' launch to spend the "kickshaw"Westinghouse on one of put their trains.new : Siam: g 4ipmn 871i:,, :: :::::::::.:::::::.,:.::::::.. p.lemp: ::::::::::::.:..:...:.::..:.:.::.:: :: 18 IlIum 17.1:,) n 1 lT1jili liliIl1 1::
our -
you .3 cheaply for water trips. cellont and 1'iof. Uclger Is entitles day and have u plonlo and fish fry. But he bad to to the 40501'' e 411pm'' .. .................._..........JolI."n ............................... JO OHIIn, II Oupm

g ? If not do BO now and I Orescent Olty has good hotels to the thanks of nil piitrone.. On Friday morning At three o'clock road for any damage agree that Indemnify might bemused : hOftlfl 1050: % alpin 7i"n: :: ::::::::::::::;::::::::.lIoIo..; lIunrt Stnd..;..:::.::::::::::::::::::::: :: Jg :0051.1 flIaim' : ::8 211pm 511pm: ::

see what we can save you. I 2 and boarding houses at moderate Sidney Vnrnos has accepted a Mr. U. T. BUSH, who has been sickfor to the train a. the result of the & 4(1501 is( ,, 7 5 411pm 111pm: :: ::::::::;::::::::;Wat...WeotJpiter i'aLmn:: Jioncut: ...":.:::::::'.::':.::'.::: :: : Itis'fl 2an:, Ig alum fiOpma : I

rates. place as ship cm'punter with Oapt some time quietly passed away trial. The train was equipped. On .1I.m 1411'10' ............................. 1InYII,01l ......_.................. .. e 21111m e 011'10g
Beautiful shaded\ walks and and crossed over to the world be ttJ.n Slim ..... Iloirsy ........ 12501 5 1101,01
bicycle paths. Dunham at Palatka/ and left for that yond. Mr. Buss came here sometime the designated day the confident Inventor g 41211,0: : 40im:::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::.Fort' Lamlerdaie.::::.:::::::::::::::: :: ; Sean,: 7 5iitinC :: :

I Miller !I place last Monday with his ton ago and bought some old houses and boarded a group the of train skeptical ou which railway I anon elsa: : iSRini 47imn::: :: :::;::;:;::::::;,.,:..:::..:..ltailmtni,120.leni' .;,....:::;:::::::;:::::::::::.: :: Ocsn plant: i Ptium:: :

J. W. B rrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrrIrrrrICPJ I cheat. He U going to be mlasut aim he opened rebuilt them the and.River when View finished Hotel the first men air brakes were fixed Off i 511am 8125,0: :: t8 211pm Sepia::::: .r::...::::::;:::;:::::::::,Lemo.,., I ,, :City......::::::;::::::::::::::Lv" g 48501 555,0: 7 Orpma Impel:

anaaaaacccc cr-CCCC r I front the ball team, of which he was up a Seam .. .._........... ............. 801JI'm
11n pp g and has been running it ever since went the train on Its trial trip. The engineer 10 lOam .................. r.vI.-. MI.ml./"r. / ...................... 12 Sepia
ft Fla. one of the crack players. Hut huu'hLbe His body was taken to his old home put on full speed and Just as .
Crescent City
11 pCl t Take t tk making good wages end can unsl In Indiana and there burrled. The' he had rounded a curve he saw ahead Bl1tT.t Parlor Car.,. on lmillo 29! sal \l1l1'uI8100"lnll.c... on trains 9D .oot 911.

pr' p: Li. ly alford to ithtf up the spout many friends of his wife and self ex at a grade crossing and In the middle I Dally ozoeut' Suntay. ,

c c o, Li, tund to Mrs Buss their deepest sympathy of tile track, a loaded wagon, a man N.f4:
11.2
1.1i.k J. P. Hnwkinn him purchased the In thus great sorrow of hers. and a boy and a balky horse. The engineer ttb.a No.21 NOI9 No.n No.n No 18 N..IB No.20 No.22 :
Daily Daily
Off 10-ucio and home between. lien s.d MAYPORT DRANCIf.
aa a gaa a mD Day 1.1RU i tract Rev G. W. Rector preached at the'lIol.therll moved his little lever and the Bu., Oslip' ::. Daily D.iiy ::. Dilip Dilly Daily SilO.
gQ fct and HuiiUngton\ known ns the Hastings Methodist church last Sunday : first train that was ever stopped by 2I.---!!! .:. ---.:. _

IA lF C l p. Some time BOOH and tt plare This house was built evening the service being well air pulled up at a standstill several OM 0401' .10p 2001'1000aL..J.rk.nnvlll..Ar.. on. 8100 lOOp 8001' Drop
SQUARE p. by Mr. Chase some 12 years ago attended. feet short of the obstruction. 8"1' 8 1521, 0 11411" 2""0141" 100145 ......Luau' Jsekeonvtile.Lv S iT.ln! a 0211 12.',. 11&2p 81211
look Into the merits. !! of C 101101' 7211' .6011 2401.10811.lnhlull".rh. ............. 0211a 80".I IdIJIp S lop 540p,
FF Our Goods. I Mr Chasu died about the time It 'v. P. Allen of Crescent City spent Thus oa Its first trial the Westinghouse 10Ilr'I'' 7211i' saip Sir.1,, .1044s ....,....AU.I1L1o JI..cb.......... 0 S it's 753a 1210,. 0 In.., sOlp.2.i
I FF It will We .t was completed and Dr. Hastings Secured last Sunday in town with friends. air brake saved life and prevented !' 740,81n SSet. .101r........"....... Stsyport ...............T.V ems 7,0..12j('" Soop S20
% i I'IM pay you.
DEAL I. rn wniit you IOM..e our now rr rr, the piopeity, living on it until (From another correspondent) damage to property. Thenceforward bad PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMShIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAIflI.Gloss .
all that
I. rn talking was unnecessary;
line rr
p.p of Ladles' Oxford about four yeaisago when he moved MI'.. Dow of Saratoga Is to be at the The
be done to make brakes.
I'Ip means your money's worth 1p.1 rI Tins, Patent Ijpatlipr rr to JackHonvllle. Gates House the last week In May- to was ; Connection Mail at Miami with Sleannhlpi of the P. & O. S. S. Company for
p r.p.ici White Dllck' Inventor thought of that clause securing
[p ri H every time you buy. p.p.tJ:' Kto: Kid PrlOBS from $1 I.OI) rr T. ,;: J. L. Coward has. splendid vegetable north.for a. rest of a few days before going compensation to the railroad for Havana and Key WestTwo

r u That's what you get at b' to *2.25 pair. : ; gulden at his home on the any damage he might do to the train

I.p. p.; We can show you n. r n>. Ho i Is Mrs. Pnstorfleld and Mrs. Gates expect and he laughed. His fortune dated Sailings Each Week.
Lake Hlellit now
I Chamberlin's p. p: Rood line of Dents' 1'iinls |1.1. peninsula. to remain In Welaka. this sum- from that day. He was then only.
113 that WII ore splllnft from 1"1'1 "..JilinIth..m\ about town. Mr. Cow- tier and keep the Gates House open. twenty-two.-Arthur Warren In Suc Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship' Side. No Transfer
p.p. p.r1 Too to if'J.CO) per pair. rt.Wo : ,Hid Was always successful vegetaglower -- They will be glad to make It pleusatil! .
Q,j Slimmer ia here mid th. p. have new goods "".J> and there Is no time of for those who remain south and cess. These TIme Tablra bow the times At which ruins may be expected 10..lve.t and di opar
that spoil IC. .." coining In we..klv.Ve h bVi \ would like a cool comfortable place Item the several .I&Uon..hll& their arrtral or doparture, at the time stated I. not gmar.otenlam
j} goods generallr LFI : year \\lumliH has not some vegetable 1. this Coml'IDY to be held reiponslble for any dulaya orany ooo.eIIUODO..I". 'bontrrom.
u then we keep FRESH 1 by I pFl sell Htitmiiall profit We rk. for.a change and rest. BUSINESS LAWS.
U urn Agents for SweptCONE r.. tot sale. He promises 'an early For' Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
.. Thin been
in smaller\ uaiit&- has an exceptional April
u ordering Orr Overall.LU : anti abundant of canteloupes It Is fraud to conceal fraud.
P.M Fri i crop and showers cool a a v "
often. P. May. Many good SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
[LILI J ties and more n ____.____ Fri mid watormellon's, tor the local comfortable and good growing Ignorance of the law excuses no one.

u Our hue ofI r:; LU Fri miuketW weather.Mr. The acts of one partner bind all the J. D. RAHNER, Asst. den'l. Pass. Agt., 5T. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

( Fl n t U. Campbell began shipping Jim Fowler and Miss LIU others. .
GroceriesU | ------ ----- --------- ----- ---- --- --- ---
I 1 t squashs from his big truck faun on Cohen! are ta: be married early In An agreement without consideration
P1P1
June. Mr. Fowler has his new Is void.A .
( j ia in detail. LU Wednesday of last week, when
complete every louse almost ready to move Into. personal right of action dies with S. & F. RRILWRY
The Shoe Man tnz
for
((1 n something like IfiO crates were .
(n For Cold Drinks come to 5 t! ..M bigshlpmeut Several new houses are going up the person.
U Fla warded. Another was III Welaka, so the long looked for The law compels no one to do Impossibilities The Best Route to
Crescent I
Cliamberhn's.u \ ,
t.I City t '
u u made on Monday and It was his purpose growth Is begining start. -

[j Our store is closed every ICU tj LuLLLLLLLIJJ.J444I M t.J.....rJMM to foiwaid them with each trIpof Mrs. K.: P. Gates. had a pleasantand A contract made with a minor or 2)Ttacou.) aHa-uta. og1tIIetld1

UU Wednesday from 12 m. till tJ .,::1.-' '... ... ..... the boat. The market was reported profitable sojourn at the meet- lunaUa I. void.A .

g -- "- ( to be good In both New York hug of the State: Horticultural societyIn receipt for money paid Is not legally

[u C J mmiciiiK Thursday May\ morning 10th. com- tJ u Weather Report and Boston and it Is thought that of the Jacksonville month during! the early part conclusive. atg4iC-1dl 1 ..j, 1-Hi.u'iJf' aH-t. G.Va f o.ta.

u u croscont Oily tflmparatiire fur the week end. Ir., Campbell will realize good Signature made with a lead pencilare

24 24 hIM May 11th. 1011'11. prices. especially as he Is In the early good In law. '
L. Chamberlin'su anb STIottfvetnTwo !Oi14t.
24U Mnx.ror Min.for market. '"11.. liiKUMnjH. of literature are Agents are responsible to their principals costtt3onitij ..

U l.a Muy 'm. 8l I'. m. 0 |ii. m' SI lira 21 hrB spread ovc,." suys Holmei "with the for errors.
descent City !u t..rdny'a. n ,wi 74 00' 6124 In order that the strength of Rev. shells of dead novels, each of which has -" Trains Daily North Bound. .
u u a. Bunilay.. 77 110 77 01 71: Each Individual In a partnership Is
r r.r. cn c c c caccauI 7. Moodily. HO HII (Ill 110 lilt Dr. Reeves may not bo ovet.tllxedUe been swallowed at a mouthful by the. responsible for the whole amount of

8.. lllBHilnv.Wedn..doy. 11 71 75 WI 71 711: 1HH Hit UKB. (,.H authoritIes of tho Presbyterian public and Is done with." the debts of tbe firm. Leave Pal atka, No. 2, 6:30 a D.l! ; No. 10, 5:10: p m.

10. 'Ihuniiluy' M l 117 .IMP' 7J Ic church have decided foi the present A draft becomes wheu Arrive Falatka Southbound No.1. 10oop: m.
an acceptance
24a 11. Trlday. M 7IX 'CIS 70 Wl --- No. 9,10:90: a. m.;
F. I). WILLIAMS. (ulmortur to have but one preaching service Not Se Bo 'rifled With. the party upon whom It Is drawn
; ; each Sunday and that In the mornng Lore had writes "accepted" across Its face and
just laughed at the lock.
Fresh Garden SeedTor ."" ""' ''''''''''''''",,''''''''''. In the evening the service will sun it signs his name. Schedules Riven abovejnre: subject tochange: without notice, and the

I tl $ $ consist laigely of singing, and the "\Ii.Vliy don't you laugh at the milliner time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed.
the Personal and Social. Had Ho'' Tim. to Vote.
'lastor will probably. make a short ond Uio landlord end the grocer Through Pullman cats frouiTlfton to Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville,
of descent City asked a hyatmtntlt'r."fleiCuttise President Zachary Taylor In 1810. St.* Louis and Chicago' all-the-vear-round, Elegant sleeping cars between .
The
i > nlk. people
'
'
.""' ''''''''''''''''''' ''' when of
Spring Plantingi i ; J, J. Uilmaley, Kpunt Monday(\ in uel tliemselves honored lu having replied Love "they alvnys was appointed only twenty-two to a lieutenancy year. In age the Valdosta and Macon. Also Pullman sleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta.
make feel
alatka on bu liiusa.K. uch a learned and conscientious mo might: serious" He served' In the landsonie Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon
regular
army. army
<< Houston Post.
We have everything you J Valdostu ar.d Jacksonville.
I :. M White was among the Mon mstor ns Dr. Reeves and will he up to or near the time of his nomination -

want In this line. ( visitor to Palatka ileased to know that his church has husbands. for the presidency In 1848. After Information as to rates routes. schedules, sleeping reservations'
day
i ) taken steps to lighten his labors to The womuu who said. that she knew, io had carried off the prize friends of eto. will be gladly furnished upon application to

I Mrs. C. S. Gowen leturnecl Tues- Ills extent. her uuKbnuil tlldn tlilnk because Uediank Henry Clay and others who wanted the O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent. Palatka.

Our "NO. 44" will cure < cIty evening front week's visit with --'.' so munch water la the uiorulng nomination sneeringly spoke of Tayloras S. F. PAKKOTT Vice Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES Gen. Passenger Agt'

1 Chills and Fever, Headache, friends in Jacksonville. Read and You Will Learn sn't In It with tho woman. nun "says an Ignorant frontier colonel who Mncon Ga.
,
Grabla and little chil- 'hat tile loading mocllial" writer and loaoheniMill that the recant IXM' liiislinnd dooflu't go had not voted for forty years. It Is
Colds and llllousnt>ls. Try i ip a Mrs. Clay the evoiul. .choolii ot |I..e. endorse
01 probable he had not voted as be had --- ------- -- - ---- -- - -- -
each to church Is because* be III -
bottle dren left for their home In Manltee split recommend, In tile Mronuesl torn already as
p 260.Lound's. I slid:: every:' I Ingrudlont: eiuorliiMnmo tile eompo- good ns bo can IIP.-Detroit Tree Press. been away from home In the military
county on Monday after n plunsant .lIlon l i of Hr IMune Uolileu, Modknl Iflniue017 -, service most of the time and came into
; relatives. here. r or llio euro' of wtiik 'tomlcil.:::: \ dyNpctntscntnrrli :| ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Store visit with of alonini.h, 'llvur coiiiplnlnt, torullilIll MlanmlorMtsmdftiir. prominence only through his brilliant
Drug hostel aireolloii.' ,
I Superintendent of Public Inatiuoloil alld.r.nil or cauirrhul blllloiwiiu.ohroulo dlw.ii. of whatever. renlon "IlannuU. said tho mlstrai to her military record In the Mexican war.

Ij L,. 1C. Tucker of Pulatka spent niflleOrfllntllrO., It I In alxo, n npeilllu remedy low girl "you can take thnt brown
Crescent City, Fl... t, ,,iI .niuii or lointstiinillnif\ cunu., ol of mine ant It In soak." The Ohio Rl..... THEOUGH SOBECVLE: .
. Sunday here the guest of IMr., and1rs. ro : \I Itoitlone:;: :: anU their rellinmlt .- sprite dress put
it M e"M roii"liliil. throat nn.l lung .11.0'.0. (,xooit| "YeVm." said llunnoh. ""'bo'. your No part of the Ohio river Is in Ohio,
U. L. Chamberlln. mi.umiitlon' ) mcomimnled. with nei ore couili(out av'rlte pawnbroker" London Answers. the boundary of the state Is the northern Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia,
riiriiiiitooolilnaildcoiiKln.'
The candidate crop shipped last tin not lie good : crolllo: ca e. It l e:pouiallytlo'ioKliil.rodiiLlnir or northwestern margin of the river.

StJahni Rlvrby Daylight. week was not 1 particularly profItable. ,f: lllaok I: 1 llmrrybork,1urfeetcmirCU.uolilen I : Hnl Uconiilii rooT- The stream itself is wholly In West North Carolina, South Carolina.The .

before R not her Mnnilrnka root hEld Slipped a Word. VIrginia and Kentucky where It flows
The Beach & Miller Line It; will bo two years itloodroot Slnliii root. !
: harvested. tliinls' ruol-all 't "I"t ""' sro UlKhly t lrnlVnmeillm -,".-! From a recent examination paper on pMt Oblo. The northwest territory, out
such crop will he a, :; I for all I the I above inoitlOIflplt ull' ; Great Highway of Travel between
J Steamer REMCKNT: IIIIK i by miuh eminent modlcal' vrluiN. and religious Instruction at a boys' scbool: of which Ohio "was formed, was defined
Kev. O. H. Ward Is sfBUdlnir ft ,.,. liurlliolow of loiriir.011 Modolliio 'Holy matrimony Is a divine Instltu-
I .Lav'"Jl"' "liloimo Klllnnwoo.1,41.j I as the territory north and west of the Florida and the East and '
I I", 'uturday.. .t Sap a. m for iireen low, portion of the week In Jacksonville, f I .. o? liiniieit I, 'i:: Med;I I'fof I I'olluiiu Flnloy, OutraCe, I'rof.: lon for the provocation of mankind. Ohio not north and west of the) middle I

Palalke.:I, :,:: O..ceo& lilly .ni1 Prtno'iml' Way where he went to consult with yhyIclans. Juhn.1111 M Kin 8clldllur.!, SI. ').. M.l II", .L).,c lute 01"01110'811.'rol.i.f olnolnoail.m p .. unch. of that great river. West, North and South.

R6tl"! '!| > lenvi>sOriiieenteltycii Wednet- I' '. "II win M I. tipple M. 1).. of Hahnemaimltd. .
d..yFrl.levland Mondays at T a. m.TJl"'klOnvlIl.wb.r1 Oollfims I'lilioKO and soore ot otliern
I "*>">' *" : ....- O. H. Preston spent Monday and emlnont In their .ovoral ..1'001.01 practice.
.
; arranging for Convenient Service Elegant Pullman 1'iiulpinont,
Palatka wharf foot of Lemon .1.... Tuesday III Palatka
The LAKE COMO. Magnificent Dining Cars.
lumber for his tank factory.

A. LLTORREY.Undertaker factory Is turning! out a large( number Over Half a MillionSATISFIED ICouto of tho Celebrated. Truing I
tanks these days. Mr. and 1111'". John Onrnlss left for
of heir home at New York City. Their New York and Florida Special "Dixie Flyer" Florida and West Indian
and Embalmer. Will Newman has opened his many friend here regret to have Limited Montgomery, L. & N., Chicago; and Fla. Limited.

lacksmlthing and wagon repair hem leave and hope to nee them CUSTOMERSDo

Full line of Caskets and Coffins.Tolnphone In the old moss factory near gain early In tho fall. Convenient Method of Traveling.
hop think such an enormous business could be built up and
the Crescent's dock and Is How engaged Mr. nntl Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan left continually you increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13XX( miles of the principal railway

| CRESCENT CITY H.OBIDA In work. He tins the best of hursday for Hauler, Pa., and Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people If our of the Southern states are on sale at all principal agencies, at rate of (25 each. ,

for large business. oithpoit, L. t. Mr. Sullivan has. reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established Limited to one year from date of purchase. For complete Information regarding .
prospects) been very. III ',Improves but slowr. Do you think U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business rates call on E. P. Jackson!,, Ticket agent, or address .
Capt. John O'Callaghan. whom It I It U hoped the change of ell- and.1 Professional men in section of this country would keep on using
Crescent him. every SANK 0. BOYLSTON. Diet. Pass. Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass. Agt
City Transfer Co., announced had returned to his mite will\ be of benefit to HAYNER WHISKEY If it wasn't all right

was Michigan, did not go further f>. H. Itaybon' visited Jacksonville Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals. use It, If It 138 West Bay street Astor Building. Jacksonville Florida.
I Meets all trains at Oresoi nt City Junction. home In to the cool londay.\ wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated f W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Mgr Wilmington, North Carolina

Night trains by appointment. than weather.Jacksonville He came owing back here last A. 1o.0nble: railway_ postnl clerk, Your Just money think back these if things you are over not carefully satisfied.and then send as a trial order. _ __ u ___ ___ _.__

S. M. LABBEB. Manager. remain through. visited his paruiits> for n few dl'II..
will
Siturday, and Ualted States Senate, Washington, D.C. Administrator's Notice. Qg l IQg"" QQQ :
he pre.ent week O. B. Robinson U very 111. Ur. ",I have found Haynsr Whlsk.y exceptionally 8ns for table ant medicinal purposes.". a
Is the attending Six l months alter dale to-wlt: lobber" A. D. t
Peck of Pomona: Wm. tr Slmart M H READ
W. O. SHOTWELL James Morrow who has been soerely U. 8. Senator from Nevids.HAYNER ,lee.,, .1 will, an the aUmlnlHtrator of the echoic of J ,
C. ihyslclan. Ima Scott, deouaiwd, pruMenl my anal accounts
of his son,
Builds Row Boats 111 at the hOmes Mr Tho Uaraoii arrived' 5,15, vouohom to the Coimty: Judge,, of Putnamonnty
mend- Mr. and ,' "be REAL ESTATE.
Is now said to bo well Mloli. Anloo Florida' "d..k lo dlitcharRod from
Supalra boats buggies and makes all B. Morrow at their homo at Croll the further admInIstratiOn of laid innate
I"indent woodwork repair. at his shop I InK rnpidly and expects to lea.*'e here qld blizzard, WItH thura receive WHISKEY F Admlnl.'or.K. RtBHtR.: Crescent City, Fla.
after
'" old Mends In nnfortuAstn,
which was ,
rear ot His thom
[ hi. MEAT MARKET. In a few days. "tl'. This April lOih.A D., 1 906. 4.15Executor's
heat of the >" l
know of the nttreiiT
Oreso.ID City Ii'la. this section III be glad to ,
The Howe
property-"Cres
?
lIatlsractol'J prlc"".. work guaranteed at mod.st his Improvement. A 1 OSITIVE NecessITy FULL $ cent Hill"-la now on the mar
!! EXPRESSfl
1:20 Notice.
F. S. Cone's: store Is filled with dry Having to lay upon my boil for U 4 I ket. LOTS $\ 100.

underwear straw hats, days from' a severely brained I ieg. I only To whom 1 U may oonoetatfMx _
shoes, 49
goods, Particular Attention Driven to
Eggs For i.oveltles found relief when I used a bottle of Baloc.l QUARTS PREPAIDOUR months alter the dat hereof I will pr*>- ,
Hatching. clothing and a thousand Snow Liniment. I can ..,erfullv\ sent my Oiml ncu tml and voucher to the Cre.cent City property listed
In the home. It yon s mollclne, for Oouuty JU,IK**01 Putnam eOIlM: )'. Florida, ant
day beet
From Pure Barred Plymouth flock needed every recommend I It as tbe We plain' ? Malsd. easo. with no *Mk. to b. iliiwhMi. god from lb. further a4.m.iil., I with ins.I .
per are looking for something and can t rulaes ever sent to the ."\\Ioted. Ithasbaoome OUR ?,..:.mt.t.: FOUR PULL QUART irntton of the o-tni''e of A. D Tucker duoa.uwl I .
Huttlag of itA, A. 9. IVea.It "" "MM M M
15, st.OO.( tt.anllke- necessity upon 'J'bl. v..mber
positive t :
a ,
find It elsewhere, Its more now BOTTLES OP SlATHER PRIVATE: STOCK: RYe: FOR J3.20 and we J. ItiflTtR
Mrs. Q. It. myoelf.D. will par ths up.... charges. Take It barns and sampls II. ban roar doctor sidmtntsitratur' the will ot A. D. TuLker. deo.* i
n. Prevatt 1 y Mr. Cone has R. Byrnes. Mnrehaiit.\ Dow.vUIe, test It-....., bottle U ran wish. Then II yra .don find It last as ws say 'p ...-:rum
Seville, Fla. C. J. Hunter began shipping: his ToxQIJ. 250( 500 and 11.00. Ho'd by AckernmanhtiiW"rt and partially .all.lactory..hlp It back. as AT OUR EXPENSE: and your ..4S__ I I SpeJLOGJ:,
___ week a crop In ,, Drug Co 13.20 will ba promptly rafu ded. Haw could any oler be aim I Youi--- ,
peach crop this do"' risk. a_I. ft WA!>T n.-by fhlcaiio wholesale and mall

Whell "ovi.it, Ore8c.lat City which he has an Interest with Mr. J. i Orders for Aris,Cal.,Col., .....M M....On' ..tTtah.Wash. inlV.1S rO order hoiiM, ). a.lalant manager. (man or woman) Dentist.
I strength of eveiy human .2Qnars:: I.-4.IIO '_. for thin connly and adjnlnlnic territory. Salary' .
Plalnfleld, N. J. Mr. The true or Wyo, on the basis of for Express 1 ---
Campbell J'.q'a : $>> and 1 paid weekly I exnonaeii ailnnovd -
e"t Time Call and cee H. he estimates theoutput soul Is to be dependent on U many psUd or got elLCSOby FreIght rropsJd. exftenaeH Work l>l.o..aiit, : |HMltlon permantmt. OtQro at Residence on vroepeet! Street. .
Hunter states that nobler as It can discern and to be depended Writs our ...... afflo sad da U NOW. No InviMtnionl or experience required, ,' rtpare' C'rcoeatOltv, Florid.
James their orchards at from SOO Inferior as //I. tins valuable Write' once for full partlountaml I t
of
W. by as many ,
Long'sBltook upon enoliMS, ..tr..dd..d envelope.Sui'sm'mNTsseis'f ,
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General Merchandise, the Jewell Atlanta 0.. O. .t. Lswl, Ma ..,. Panl.Mlno. u
Meats especially early a world which took; tot ell: days Dayton, and see a. good OOLO knook-vut use
Groceries, Dry Goods Into the market The like to take 0,000 to make .., DfSttLLMT' TBOT. O. ! ir la
Ul bit prices make
1 n and Sto ewear, tampa, EtO. act which should result I', to eutBrOwne. |\ : V Saratoga?

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,, tslel r The Palatka NewsCity President Sledd's. VUJt. ,.. ',_ '\\ ,,- .,._-tf"i: : \\!'II'r-., ,.., -. ._--=
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.. On Se'urday night last Dr. Andrew ':.1:'. =.::0-- .:::, =};;. i'- < : 'i" < ; I _
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I SI...... President or Florida
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Ready I 'State Unlrenlty: delivered. an ad-
e I : pptll.gs and : drms to an appreciative audience at \i

' : Personal motto. : the ;Metbod church on "My Educational -
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For Creed. The subject w..
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ably interestingly bandied by
I Dana 8. Waldeu leave Tuesday the speaker and could have been Annual .
i for Coney lalaurl N. Y. listened to with profit by. any one

I Miss Naomi Kelley pent several who baa bat the slightest Interest lo I

SpringBusiness 1 day.* In Daytona this week. the great subject of education. Dr. II I

Ernest Self Florence., S. C. I. 8l dd"a plea was for universal education.
I here on a visit to bis brotber E. C. A* qualified and developed, f
Kelley.
his position should meet the approval
)' .. K. Owen of Satsuma was a of the
people of ourgreat *tat .
visitor to friend In the city several .
days. this ..MII.J.pb That which should appeal to the I
good people of our irate I la the fact .Sto'cl
Hammontree and .1.tAr.l le!
Mi. Mary, of McMeektupnt several that be stand for and seeks to give Tal.ing.S

With\ a BigA880rtment days ID the city Ihl week those education.On who come. under blin a Christian {.

Mr aDd Mrs. 0_. Buttress paued
of through the city Monday eoroute' Sunday morning the large/ congregation -
from InUrlachea to SI. AUKnctln at the Presbyterian church
The Celebrated for aetort vllt.Mr had the privilege. of hearing Dr. }

*. E. M. Jlaimn after.a visit of Sledd preach an able earnest. Inter
four months with heron, Mr. H. O. }
eslingsearching
the sub
sermon on
Griffon Hamm left on Tuesday morning for .
her home In Hudson, Ill. J..dotdu.,. -
He developed not the positive, but
The
choir of the Presbyterianchurcli .
the negative side of the Sin
bas arranged to present tbe subject.
Brand "Old District School"!: in near future. consists not simply In what we do, ,
Those who have consented to take but in what we fall to do a* well. t '-
part are urged to meet at the armory "Sin when It U finished
, Friday. night at 7:40 o'clock. forth: death.. brlngelb In order to reduce our stock before taking inventorywe r
Hand Tailored Suits n... Dr. M. C. 'Welch the venera '
On Sunday night a large audience
ble pastor euieritna of Pilgrim GonfrreKailonal .
For lenin ehdrch. Pomona, wa a II greeted Dr. Sledd at tb. Methodist entire stock of Men's I
visitor In the city today. Dr. Welch church. Ills sermon there was will offer to the public our ,

will leave next week for Connecticut equally well received. Ills text was: I

for the cummer. 'And y" shall. know the truth and }
Serges Chevoitsand H. V. Warner late. man"lt..rot the the truth ball make yon free." Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishing ,
Putnam House died lat week hi
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Ono In
home in speaking of this visit said:
BlnRhampton N. Y Hewas
t Worsteds. well'knowo and esteemed In "I am glad Dr. Sledd came fo Palat
this county having spent severalwinters ka that we might see and hear him. i Goods at a reduction of 25 per cent, commencing Saturday

( These Suits are with his daughter Coma My opinion of and feeling toward the

Tbe annual !Sunday school picnic University ls much more favorable
made to Fit of the Presbyterian church of this than it has ever been. before." "' Hay 19th and continuing until May 31St.
city will bo heM at Crescent City on

and have enryappearance Tuesday May SVtb. The steamer Thf Old Federal Soldiers. .
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Harry Lee has been chartered for -
of the day. and will carry tbe parents, The. annual encampment of Federal u
teachers aDd children to Crescent soldiers comprising the Department What clean When :
You Know
the bestCo"tom City. Bo"t..11I leave here 7:30: a. m. of Florida, Grand Army of the II we

On Sunday evening tbe 27th In8t., Republic held.' ". sessions in the Odd
Made[ there will be a special serviceat
song Fellows Hall this city during Tuesday
the Methodist church. The choir and Wednesday. of this week.. SALE.
Clothe
will arrange a rrogram of sacred. we say
music and the occasion. will doubtless They made tbelr headquarter at the .1
This sprint:- a Patterns be one both of pleasure and profit.An Arlington*Hotel which wa appropriately

offering will be taken for the pur- decorated with flags and .
are IHMC of cupplylng the church with -
bunting in honor of the occasion.
the new revised, hymnal. '
Fine. About 25:: comrades. '
Especially" Mrs. E. P. Jackson entertained a representingthe [t .
number of young people at her home various U. A. II Posts of the
on Mh street last. Wednesday. er... state were in' attendance. and the old
sting In honor of the birthday anniversary boys had it grand: time recalling the i JII
of her
Then have daughter Mia Nellie stirring event of the'60's In which
we an Jackson. The evening wa most
thoroughly enjoyed by the *) or they bore a conspicuous part.. An
Elegant Line of more guests. present. with game and occasional old Confederate. veteran
music. Itefrethment were served. would call In at the hotel during the

I'' Straw andPanama Comrade F. O. Ruflly and H. C. evenings of the meeting and on

Clarke., member of the entertainment these occasion there was great and I. M. MEYERCO.
committee of Veteran Post No. fr".rn&ll&O'K1' feeling. jest and com- I
Hats 12 U A. R., this city,desire to thank .
Mr*. K. C. Alien of the Arlington laJery.
Hotel for the kind and courteous The following officers of tbe Department .
. which we want to manner In which she and her employee ; were. elected. for the ensuing A
entertained the visiting comrades year: Commander William Emerson -

Show you. ( ment. at Alto the to recent Uay state Bros. encamp and all Tampa; Kenler Vice Commander } HERBERT CROOK Manager.

others who made donation Samuel W. Fox, Jacksonville ,

Dr.Uuy C. Estes: I I..* spending por. i ; Junior vice commonder, Frank. ,
This we have tion of the week at the Continental O. Ituffly Pulatka; chaplain Rev.J. 1YpY
year Hotel Atlantic Beach in attendanceupon O. Thompson, D. D., St. Petersburg. ;
the annual session of the .i Palatka Fla.
State
placed in Stock a Medical Director. George E. June,
Dental Association of which he I III ,
the president. Dr. Kstes' annual address M. I> ; Council. of Administration,
Big Assortment of as presiding officer of the body I: George W. Oltemon Pomona; F. G. .-:1:

I h* ald to have been an able paper Purcvll Tu in pa; A. H Lewln. ; St.
Trunks Traveling from a professional. of
point view I
and AUKUHtlue; H. C. Clerk: Pa'atka: ,
one that wa listened to by tbe
Bags and body with /great interest. acid Joseph| Iluldnr.Delegate .

Suit Cases- This Issue. of the Palatka News fs lo the National encampment L';
Issued one day late owing to a mishap .- are Jnnn Skinner and W }'. .., .
This stock is to Its engine, and which came Kline; nttrnnte. George Itrow 'f i Sfit ::::;:J
Just at n time when the power wasutnstneeded. : and J OF it It Hlgglus.! All these. ofll- "

larger than i is shownanywhere Through the courtesyof cera ware Installed, Comr do Edw aKirhy --
Mr. J.
A. flair the paper I I. printed .
with power furnUh.d. by his portable J of 1'hltitka acting ax Installing / Maurer's "" I .".a"S'1IrZ':2: : R...

else in gasoline. .most eC4iiioinlciil.englu*. fine Mini or the almplcst. olllier.JuchnC'iit. Ratand a We have Just rec.-U.U .a few. .. Eonson's d 'S [Exposition of I M W !
r.ilatk. cheapest 'ille was selected n* theluce I li.inJ,oniL and l urtlieableGas May Dargains.
engines of the kind on the mnrkct RoachPaste H
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lod... .. ; for lliH. neat .....n..IIII..tllll(. :
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attracts theae ermln by lu odor; they' cat Ranges !
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and the lima wa left to O. M. Mitcb111 -
nvIiatioriH have, hero. received hereto Post nf that city.Mnn It MACRHRM fled die r"ECT L55re i andGas I I i Beginning Saturday May lath, and continuing for
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the wedding of All Frances Lan- death to ....18. leu,moth I
Of course" the 11 crater Ditkermuiinnd. Mr. Jlnrrv Car-: >' of the! comrudi, left on thenftfrnoon Bold. onlTln bottle.. pmi.y At all ftf ?'.or Hot Plates ill 10 days we will make the following reduced
p surTirR A of.
ctoza hloun. 'I liu cvrnnuny will occur train of Wudilisday. but
at the Presbyterian church, Maltland. I Iii prices on goods in all Departments:
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People all know IhoHiwho remained were entertain I that we nro offering lit very
at IO.IO: a. ,June lot, I
in. Friday
this time that and :Mr' and Mr*. Kloan will be al rdbylimo I I'nhukacouradesof Veteran Commends Executive Com .. reasonable. figures/: Sample !R 10.4 Brown Sheeting, worth 25c, going at. . .18e
the
by '. Pout No. 12. with If are at office of iI
home Jacksonville utter July I.t. a camp-fire 10.4 Bleached
mittee. Sheeting, worth 28c for. . :22j4c!
1UOO. MU Ulckenson formerly resided and smoker In the hall. after supper ,
here and baa many friends, The democratic precinct meetingat = G. Loper Bailey : 46-inch Pepperell Pillow Casing worth 15c, going at IJftC>

who will. wish her happiness in her Saturday's Fire.At Baldwin No. 18on TII..day.p..II.. 20 yds. good unbleached for. $1.00
; BROWN'Slay future married state.J. & Co. . . . ,
noon last Saturday. the alarm of ed a resolution commending the action e. 1 lot Indigo Blue and Garner Red Calicos for. 6c yard
H. Yelverton, of Pnlittkn. who\ /1'011 sA' caused by the discovery of of the county democratic executive !II Suppose you call and look !if 1 lot Black
ofUnderwear will shortly a large furniture Simpson's and Silver Gray Calicos for 6c yard
open In tile nomination
flames committee making at them.
from the roof of W. N.Coffee'sresidence w. 114iii
tock building In ,the will W.move Jl. Haynei bio *family Company: to'Stark. opposite the gas. works. of comity commissioners and At the .same time von ranexamine MlJ I lot Scotch Lawns at, . . . . . 50 yard

.... He ha rented tno Miller Tim fire companies' responded quickly member of time county school 1 boarda '" a thatnn:NEW WATFK1ICATEIC leel. assured 1 lot Gingham Dress Patterns, worth 90o, going at. .7SC

place:. on Kust Madison street .and J.F I but were delayed somewhat In district mutter and requesting that .. .1 mniiv prnum will '.or." 1 lot Rem. Dress Gingham, worth lOc yd going at 8YzC
Fetch owner of the I III
baring the house repaired property and painted getting/: water connections,giving the the. action of the meeting. be published find n grin comfort w henimed 15 pieces 31-inch Dress Gingham, worth I2jc, now .NX
in coiinei-llon with
Neckwear .-btnrke lelegraph. Time people' fire a chance to secure much headway In the county papera.Q. III iIO 1 52-inch
their beih.PLIInlltn piece Turkey Red Damask worth 25c at 22C
of Pnlntkanrn going to part with Mr.\ Once water was turned on the W. RII.EB. Secretary. !!II ,
Y lvurton He in 1 piece 58-inch tt It tt Co at .3QC
regretfully. not 35c
Ire ,
wan quickly gotten under con
Collars and Cuffsand and only reliable a good citizen merchant but of an the agresalv-flrt-. trol. Time|hours. was. badly damagedby Returns Thanks. : O Gus liJm 8 : 1 piece 60-inch White Mercerized\ Damask. worth 65e yd, 49C

class lire on the roof, and by water We hereby return our. heartfelt Bale Riverview Chevoit, worth 8c yd . . 6 #c

Miss Mae Carson entertained the throughout all the Interior. 1\IUcliot. thanks. to the fire laddies for the their fire : Fuel 1 Co. = 1 lot Embroideries, ]11 J to 4-in wide 50 yd; :H to 7-in iccyd:
2Uth Century. Club most pleasantly the furniture wall removed. emeient work In subduing 1 lot
Embroideries yd
6 to 18 inches IS6))
wide. .
last her on our home, when the gen..ral.e- .
Friday at pleasant
evening The house I Is It
a big one. wa :Sea '+RJIE: JII"'lIE: u3Qrsl
lot andsInsertion
home Oil Lemon street. '1 he program built by a Mr. Ballard In the early70'a dict was, that It would burn to the 1 Val Lace from . ac to toe per yard
Hosiery consulted of a club newspaper he being then of PaUtka. ground. Also to our friend and
r mid this wa a source of a great deal postmaster Shoes and
of fun for the young people. Hie The house was. recently pnt neighbors, and the little girl. and Gents' Furnishing Department:

covers the wants of election of new officer was. held. and In first class. condition by Mr. W. N. boy, who vied with each other Incarry Straw }Hat. from lOc to $1.50. 1 lot Men' shoe. worth $.').50. for #\2.4 8
the followingaine n. Past pr"lIhteut.MI811 the. furniture with such
Colfee the owner. The loss, about Ing out Ladies' and t-'nl'dren1' Shoe at low
And- proportionately price
L Everybody. Knight Clyde:; .Ic Kates' .prellld"nt.; president.. Miss T.Mae J. $'.1\00\ on the house and $150 on furniture little damage. 8. E. L. MOOKB, Men'. Dre.* Shirt, worth 760, going( at. . . . ...lOo!

That we Lead in Carson: ; treasurer f:. I). Holcomb, Is fully covered by Insuranceat W. N. COFFEE and Family. Just received very nice line of HUNKS and SUIT CASES

t. secretary. J..p. Uuky. the G. Loper. Bailey agency! In this The Ford Photo Tent U. "till doing\ which we will sell at reduced prices.. See our Peerless PRttdrn.

O. V. WlllHon the popular agent of city. a big business. with the babies, women ti -
Suits the U H. &" F. H'y. .xulfered a serious. The fire I I..* supposed' to have caught girl: and toys Hui picture. ; J r ;pm t. ,:ffi:1p BLIi::m.sr:1ll.: .
mishap, at the roller skating rink from, a spark from the gas works, a are most excellent and this fact with
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l last rJaturUay nlghl. While skating. the low price ieenm to be drawingthe A
' For Children, the rear wheels of hln. skate* /got unruly stiif breeze blowing at the time from crowd. Mr. Ford ha.n't fixed :| ... ...
and tipped him over backward" that direction.I the exact date of departure from the ,
and Boys' In the attempt to break the force of city, but It I I. not so very far In the Summer
his| fall. he broke two small bones. In I New Orange Box Hoop.The ru'ur..o. If you havn't had your picture J Requisite.Why .
itp' his left. fore arm. which he now carries Maim 11 Manufacturing taken. bettor do ao now
In sling. But Mr. Willson I I.* comp my
Waists.H.S. of till city I I. now engaged In the : .1I1T..r-
game; lie will try U again. He sulfend yourself. .
Fatuities who or allow
much on .Saturday. night andHuntlu manufacture' of h..at. and serviceable ;JuneSTRICKLAND'S .
I *arm. while still 1'.111'lul. orange box hoop (or the coming This Breadare your children lo KulNr from 5
I III healing rapidly.Card seutou' trade. This hoop Is mod 2 Prickly Heat, when a box of 1
) its fart. friend*I '" our
From Mr. Wall. of v> pn.a, .U nicely moulded and Much It's "orth'YOUR while tu try' It; alto "

Editor PALATKA NEWH: smoothed, and strrnKthontd<< with tin Ie the tttrlukUtnd l make of Duns, .Pies, Prickly Heal Powder S Si
BROWN I wish to extend through the medium jaiids. When "k.d In water this Cui"... (Grooms' bid stood). leulrslLciuun .I
of your paper my thank. to hoop will not break at box corner Street. will 1 the most aggravated H

t those who so freely voluntarily and so much a.* does the ugly looking Certain.If .GOOD SVOOIt8TIOIf. 4 c...*... All Irritation stop after M

Ciolnier i r primary unselfishly. election..supported me In the last bark hoop now In common use. 70s are SB. *......u. young manor Mr. (,'. B. Walnrlght of Lemon Pity, |: the first application.AckermanStewart .Q. Did You Ever?
Right does nut always prevail.. I I The Maul I company will be engaged woman and thai.o.nrr l...ooomepanted Fla., has written" the manufitoturera" that. 1 S ,*:
ade.1r to Sally the"omm -
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/ the in mak-. bf much better result obtained 1I Drug Co. act out on a eonntdanhl Journef flehee1' Ma
had rather h. defeated company -I through the summer .roUl add .ndth r dow ll, this are from or 1 I.M a "
of those who voted for ma than a full supply of these hoop, lIOn... ma open. ...rr ."nu. toraoom the .use of Chamberlalb'a. Colic Cholera I The Up-to-date Druggists.till H breakdown"lm.-almen."lor| within iluhl' of your': ; :dun31.t 'rr;, ,
ANDGenIs' lomlna'ecl. by unfair mean. ng up for you by Imparting to you. and l Diarrhoea. Remedy! In uses of pains I. time I and at all' alma .M the :l
With kindest. regard, enough to supply the big demand m tall praatteal of the l bu snawled+ln*<*offloM ol all o(the banks d ,- la the stomach. collo and cholera mor- .f....._1a'a: : ((0S ketwin u.t' ,beau.and you for start mat and wti all.eta will meal 1"1"' "
J. P. WALl.. hat: I hi urn to be made for them the arms and foctcries-I.t u*Mad oar bus by taking It 10 water. hot a* cn part.
Furflisnef r Putnam flail Vi.1..1. ) 17th, UJOO. I coining season, when. the orange __U.tal............ Write the 0551151 of oar be drank.. That wheu taken In I ibis AGENTS WANTED to take orders E. O. EARLS.p'
way the effect U double rapidity. "It for JlfeC"U Ba.ar. Magazine! ,.. ..
Crop of Florida bid fair' to be unprecedented MASSCY ) at alt Lemon 81. pl ,
60cayear
Maidens all Forlorn. seems to get attee right spot instantly." "K nninils lon paid. tu
A have been invitedby BUSINESS COLLEGES. he *ay*. For ale by Ackerman-Btewcrt agente. take come money for '
These maiden your. another shlp'J
Tile W. A. ;Merryday company of ..... .1.5.aOCT.nr.ar. Drug 00.TWO. "\'fWrite or call on J. T. Just received | "
Patton Anderson Chapter, U. D. wtawwaer.ALA. Iro. : Boar n, Ladle and children low ,
.PoloI ti. f FlQ. (3, to visit P.latka on the evening of 'till city U mule selling. age.it, for ..ate.Jaee55srwLarte1 aiosaowq v4CoLcaauaoa. Palatka.. "cJo.InK, Fla.,2o to stamp at Lao JacobMon', popoular Dryfl""i', '.
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I Jane the 4th and they Invite' all the the Maull fioop. The company I I. already FLATS to let Inquire at A"l for repl,. and Shoe Uouie.

I I good hem>people of Palatka. to go and see booking' some heavy order.. the Saratoga. Call"pattern'7 0041. W. sell Mo- The New.it a:j ar. ,;

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