The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00038
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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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A few more d"y" and the MCRHOII of LATE STATE NEWS. j and Mra Blmons, have return' ,,1'
-Cbance it
toll will bit 0. thinK or the piiHtut Hummer ..d from n three months' visit in For His Life f I '
Iowa and Colorado
Haven. Ere; thl* ha' gone to ,
ptPSH the last Hiiinhicr resident will Mr Louthan has commenced making ,n
T'HE FALL have left the spot Hint holds such Tlm State. University at Gainesville repairs on his home and has puta JllRlJMIA'' thtftt IIAthirhFdlu Rut. ::1;: I ;.

I STOCK' pleasant moiminp", end be once more will open next Wednesday, the new side walk from hit place to [Cop'rllfht,1fJOO, by Homer Bprasrua h h. .1.

i midst the haul and toll of tho Inter 20th. the new store, In the three gun battery at Fort Culver .!"' J'
ior. IiUHt Saturday took .away .large .
has was a horse named Eureka.
nfrri'iitnffo of our population .and Col. and Mrs. I. K. Webster of Mr. Strickland opened up a r.
Wednesday and Thuradny will take Gainesville celebrated their "pear: new grocery sr.ore. Eureka bad been with the battery for "

of the remainder leaving Mr. and Mrs 'wedding" on the 12th limb. Mr. Htarkee has returned from an over two ;years and had made two successful ;', '

\V. O. Livingston nnd Mayor Atorse\ extended visit with his family in Indian campaigns whc-u a tragedy 1; I
c( 1- In entire posBnnHlon. The Delouust building, Mia oldest Chicago.Mr .
Into his life One of bin hind
Frank Khoads, Mra. J, F. Rheads business structure lit Ocala has been came .
.and the daughters of R. O. JturtonInft torn down. It was erected soon after and. Mrs. Wlnegart/: entertained legs begun to swell, and lu three or .

Men's and Boys'm 4hCloihing lost Saturday for their home In the close of the war between the n few friends Saturday. night. four day he was disabled from duty. ;f I I,;

Crescent City "* states. Paul Shlppey was pleasantly surprised Tho veterinary took him In band at ,:

Unrlos Canovn of PIII tk.. left on The by his friends on Friday night once, but made no progress. The limb .' i
state executive committee of
the Martyn Baturdny. He was accompanied the democratic has decided to and the time was. spent with music welled to three times Its normal size ': ,
Miss Mercedes
.and little brother by Alfred who Trlay have make no campaign effort for state. and games. and no remedy was found to be of 4 ;

Hats Shoes and been visiting Alias Lnclle Canova fora officers or for the constitutional Mr. Holllngsworth our new railroad avail More than a dozen veterinarian, 1.."

r few days.. amendments. agent, and wife are boarding at soldier and citizen, bad a look at the I'

The young folks enjoyed an oyster the ParkJIouse. horse before a final verdict 'was pronounced j V
Fire .
at Apopka on Tuesday destroyed -
Luke lust Friday. and all knew what the end
A meeting wnsheld. on' tho evening -
the store of P. L.
Tlin ladles of the family of L. C. the postofflop u bakery and Starblid the storeof of Sept. 18th In the school house would be, and all pitied him. At the t ".

Canova entertained l their friends at a B. F. Wilson. All .are a complete to discuss tobacco raining In Flora- end of three months the leg was no .' ;.
Furnishings porch party lust Thursday ev..nlilg.Mll1s..11 loss. home. better, oDd the flat went forth that he I
Susie Lee Walton and Annie
VanDyke Deadeilck entertained There was about 1,800 bushels of 'was to be shot. \;r {
Lawrence Phltpot a flagman: on Brlxton and will r
"Corporal guard
corn raised In the orchard tract .
baturdav evening.
the Cltra. train was killed lu the discharge
take the horse the and ;
R. I. Board man of Crescent City of his duties at Bochelle last year. _____________ out ou prairie ,
and Ralph Philips of Palatka. also Friday.. Ills home was at High The Putnam Union.Mr. shoot him" read the order and the i
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is now open inspectionat left us Saturday. Mr. Boardman (Springs. colonel added verbally, "And do It as "I 1 i'

claims the l largest sheepshend caught L. E. !McRae clerk has seirtus decently as you would shoot a man" e''' 0 I

here In many years, 15-pounder, soho Tail Hodges was killed nt D..lray the following program for the When Eureka was ready to be led I; 'i 1

the Fearnside sitys, and ns he Is nor an old tiled last week Thursday by it Mr. llho- Putnam Union of the Baptist church, forth to execution 300 men Insisted on .,

Clothing Company.The IshBi-tnsn( wn will have. to believehis den who struck his victim over the which will meet with the !Mt. Olive gathering to bid him goodby. lie was ueverybody's

statement as to welurht-the real head( with u pick handle In a quar Baptist church September 2H, 20 and horse to admire and praise, 'of. r
of us have not seen the fish. rel. Rhodeii Is In Miami Ja.ll. Itotli.
: Miss Merrill from there will bean but It was only the battery men who S
stock is big and all Mary came ovnr Friday at 11 n. m.
V comprises Pnlatka last week and spent a while The corner stone of Ocitla's new' Introductory sermon by Rev J. J. bad the privilege\ of rubbing his arched 'J'' {i

with Miss Luclle Uanova who accompanied court house will be laid on October Farmer of Palatka. At '7 p. m. the neck and smoothing his velvet nose '''

E her home on :Monday 17th with great: ceremony. Uov.Hroward temperance question! will be up for and telling him that be should never be f:. ,Q
that is Latest and Best. V. K.; Schwab bus returned to bis !Senator: Taliaferro, .and dlsciiBslon. J. E. Uarwood will be forgotten, though replaced. Strangely I

his home In Nashville Tenn. Congressman. Hparkinun have been the first speaker. and his topic will enough, the aliment had not affected

Arnold Canova arrived (Sunday afternoon Invited. "What. should be the", attitude of the noise's general health. Ills eye j,
and will stay until the family the church covenant In regard to
Robert Allen Burford Jr., of Ocala 11ft. Just as bright and his spirits just '
returns on Wednesday. We will also the tem erancequestion.
has been graduated from the. Naval as high as when able to move with the
lose the family of Postmaster D. Saturday 10 a m. General \
Fear 1side M. Kirby of l'al'Ltk.V..dneld"y.. Academy at Annapolis standing 5U tion "What is the duty of the Union swiftness of an antelope He rubbed ;.

; Clothing CompanyPalatka Thursday Judge Vertrces, J. O.Vrttrees. In a class of Both The young midshipman towurds churches who do not prop. his muzzle against the cheeks of the ", ,J.

Jr., Mrs. J. N. Walton and Is .at home on a short fur erly discipline their members to men and whimpered for. sugar, and '.

family, Mai.. .and Mrs. J. it. Burton lough. walk circumspectly before Ood and when he went limping away caps came I.

and the Misses Annie VanDyke James Oglesbv. an old citizen of man.' F. M. Hall will be the first off and men felt a lump gathering In ', j

Ueuderlck and Jessie Burton will Tampa had both legs cut; oil below speaker. their throats. i '
Florida. leave. the Island for their At 7:110 the mission question I I"Upon \'
respective the knees and his back broken by a p. m. The cortege wound over the hill a.
homes. Sailboard Air Line car. which run whttf ctoos the responsibilityof
of mile 'I ;
E and then descended
quarter a away 1
illusions Strickland i
M. M.
rest ,
over him last Saturday. O le8by'. ,l
Into the valley, and the
Circuit Court Jurors.The son was killed by a live electrlo light first speaker. pace ; r
wire a few weeks Sunday 10 1m.. The Sunday was that of a funeral procession When } ,
following Is a list of jurors for ago. school question. The Sunday school It was out of sight of the fort Private ;

the fall. term of the Circuit Court W. L. Zachary, a prominent attorney In moulding character" with Hgv. Dally asked. of Corporal Brlxton: '

_._ _. which opens In this city on Monday. of Penaaoola has been disbarred W. J. McRae first speaker.At "Corp, are yo a mat or a scoundrel I
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-- Oct. 8th. Sheriff Howell and his by order of Judge Francis B. Car 11 a. in. Mission sermon by.
"I'm a man I'd have know and
ye ,
deputies are notifying these jurors ter. He was false to one of his Rev. J. W. Hilton.
FOR SALE! this week : cheat, in to case where honor _wall__ I've proved !It fifty times over," wasthe ";'

A. D. Groover. J. W. Pinner W. concerned. The bar of Florida losses Hotel. answer.
M. Baughman G. W Becks, B. B. nothing in the forced retirement of Buys a 'And have ye got a heart. In yer 1
Barber J. Hammontree L. B. such a man. L. S. Turner of Crescent City was bosom?"

Improved and Unimproved LandIn Varnes L. S. Turner Samuel E. In the city yesterday. looking up the "As big as a beer. keg.
Louie Bunch
Neal, Lawrence. Brnntley,-J. A. Balr, a prominent young title to the Burton House In that "And would ye murder a helpless
of St. is dead from ,
/S., S. W. H. man Augustine place now the property of n Mrs.
Browning, Hollow..y.J. ,
Z',, "
the result of knife wound In his baby? 1 1Ouea
a St. Johns In New York. In the
Both and W Strange, Arnold Canova, J. J.
City County. heart at the hands of his If I wouldl! I know what /
McGrady O. W. Cribbs, W. B. cousin event that her title Is found to be. ,t
0---- Campbell L. W. Nagle. Max. J.Melzer Robert White. The young men clear (and there Is no reason to thinkIt I you are driving at, and you leave It to I i

I W. M. Green J. D. Hagen quarreled over a debt of 76 cents. Is not) Mr. Turner will purchase' me." 1 ...

'v. C. Hines L. C. William. A. H. The tragedy occurred last Saturday the property. During the past two Half a mile across the valley they "'

Henry Strunz McCraney, J. M. P. Baughman. J. night. years Mr. Turner's sisters have managed came to the fringe of bushes and entered ; !

C. Osteen, Pink Tyler, C. J. Hunter, Major. Cowan. was shot .and killed the Butron house and have them. Eureka had but the slightest .r I

R. L. Walker Joseph M. Harp, J. by James. Wilson three miles south greatly popularized It as a tourist usa of his log, but he hobbled on '

Palatka, Florida' Motes, jr.. W. F. Sweat. O. H. Cannon of In wood, last Friday morning. resort. They will continue. the busi I after a fashion and made no complaint ),

_. --- M. Bohannon W. M. Williams Wilson was formerly an Inmate of ness. _____________ On the contrary, he snorted. and sought ., I
the asylum. He has made his esnpe. -
( U1i.'Ii:1l'i.T.I: ; J.IJ rrrs7LTtS337w1LIIL.Y: : : ;:: : : +T3rXLSS dAL+L i rltl = : The men were brotheis-in- A Melrose Wedding. to dance around as In the days of his "\4
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Thle was Wb r Tb.y Orow.Mrs. strength. By and by a glassy glade ,;
p MSh can look out,hut you can't look in" Newly Rich (shopping In Paris) law ____________ Alias Alice McRae. Barnett of Melrose was reached. Here was food and :water I'I

W. S. Show us some wraps-Imported! of and Charles JosephVhaley of for a hundred horses and the corporal -I I t
Fry | TCAat ulr MARK For Young Men. Charleston, S. 0.) were married
PUEBER.HAMPDtlI courie. French Solo..owllolmported. Wednesday evening. Sept 12th. at called a halt. ,' j
eerie rt. madame? From where, .'11 you The followlll01111\ for a meeting lu the residence of the bride's mother 'Dally' and Henderson, listen to me," .

I Leading Jeweler PORCH HADES plait the; interests of the young! men nnd widow of the late Judge J. M. Bar he said. "The order. are to shoot. Eu "'
: joys of Palatku. has been given to nett. reka. I won't." "j 1

ifJ G it HAD E The most Insignificant people are the News gentleman; for publication of this city by who a promnont will'- There were a limited number present "Bally for you, old man!" they shout J I

Palatka. You can secure these the moat apt to sneer at others.-Ho. .. to !In consisting of the near relatives ed. )
do all in his
power help an or- .
) \ .and few immediate friends of the
pltUMJ! ,) nf ,! Shades at lltt ranlzatlon of young men which will family.a The wall performed "'I shall have to report him dead but I 1I

( have for Its object their physical and o'clock ceremony Rev. T. H. Sis- I It will" be a He and It either of you .j
nt 8 by
for Jli h-Gratle .ABSCESS.
Headquarters iN iN Gapt. M, R. RYAN'SHouse moral well being. The meeting: he trunk pastor of the M. E. church. ever betray me I'll have a bullet ready \
should be well nttHiided.
WItchos'Valtham ABSCESSES with few exceptions are thus calls 'I'he'lde\ and groom entered the for you III the first skirmish that takes .;
,- FurnishingStore. indicative of constipation or debility.W. "The young men and boys of this parlor to the strains of the wedding place If I was cold blooded enough to a ',
"andHamilton. II. Harrison Cleveland Miss., city are being wofullv neglected m"rch. which was rendered by Mrs. shoot down a horse like this I'd want ; I
be lu
writes 15 10031: 'I want to no Interest seems to taken J. A Williams of Alachua.. The 1
ell Aug. saya their and Uncle Sam to kick me out of the army
word of praise for Bullard's Snow them looking to pluusuro groom was. attended by his brother, >
7 Is and me own mother to go back on me. + i
comfort. The man
.- ilolment.[ I stepped on .a nail which average young Mr. CIIIIIdltVhlll..y., and the bride by
caused the cords In my leg to contract expecting.a certain amount; of exer.else Hiss Claudia. McRan of this place. Make ready oowalmlIrel"t

Diamonds,.and full line and an abcesx. to rise In my knee, and .and recreation and if he cannot The bride .appeared lovely III her The carbine shots rang out The "
get some that Is healthy. and beneficial noise did not startle the horse In the .
the doctor told me that I would have. a dress of white point de sprite
WATCHES.of Jewelry. stiff leg so one day. I went to J. F, hA Is liable to got some that Uhe During the ceremony Mrs Wll- least but it might have been heardat .

I Full Valuein Lord's drug store (who is now la Denver reverse. Thinking no one onodeny lams played "Oh Promise Me" In the fort by any one listening. The 1
these.assertions trusting
i?JEWELS"21 JEWELS 'za JEWELS: and K Colo: ) Ha recommended a bottle of hat. there are sulltolent number of such manner that .all were impressed.At men had aimed above the horse and
Snow Liniment I GOo size, and it the conclusion of the .
; got a their bullets went singing through the
'l4..or : In this community who are willing serve
rVroNcTm' / Silverware. pAll : cured my l It.g. It la the best liniment men delicious refreshments were treetops. i
; to lend their support to a remedy -
their III the world. Sold ckerrtmD-Btnw- The house was richly decorated with
by ) '
the writer herein Issues call for "Is he finished? asked the corporal ,
art Drug Co. flowers and the presents were nun
meeting at the city clerk's otllan In oroua and beautiful.The as be turned bis back on the feeding

Watch Repairing the city building, !Monday evening happy. couple left at ten o'clock horse
Notice.Notli'f September 24th at8 o'clock. This "He la sir" answered
WearingQuality for Jacksonville and Charleston. S. Dally.
Guaranteed. |s 1 U hortihy' given I that Remindnlatrn- call la meant. to Include not only the 0. Miss Alice Is a very popular "Then heaven rest his soul. for a good
torofth0eetute of ldu May:: JohnHvit.: : lu-, men who are parents and well wisher. young lady with her friends. and associates horse, and forward march." i '
:n7'Jtj1 CIIIKIM|, I will' apply' Ity putttlon to the (10..... ., but also .all the young men."
tt.AIIF.k,11JLYJiJr9a4T1"42'1'Y! ---- Iy Juitue's. Ooin of Putnniu County, Fieri and all wish her a happy For four or five days thereafter the .;. )

.u., fur I"nvo and.. authority.... to null, the fol- Ife. ______________ men of the entire garrison looked !
10Inld.lh.l .1 wntnto iMtlotiKlntl/ to
a Alt uttl eHtiito, nt prlvntn or I" sale! ,towltttiimliulf Dress Goods Display.! Help Settle Road Route. askance at the three men and drew d
I JIll, nunr: f mllr:.ait'
Estate For Sale JUMBI o an. m : m!mi] nero In the Me V:of the no W,Nee.tlnne1'oWn.hl away from them. They had acted
Mies Kate. L. Lucas has quite
U.' of adage **. eiiNt.AUo gone Editor PALATKA NEWS :
Iii New thla week at .. loin tt,7,NU, 10 ? \ r'J 1 In the town of extensively into the dress goods In relation to the proponed clay under orders, but they. had shot down i'
H. M. de Montmollln Jmrullii in BUI voywl anti platteul \w L. II.'mlif business this as well as Eureka. They knew what ailed their '(
this Palatka
By *>tt, and of rvuortl lu the Olcrk'ii. olllta year many road from place to "
Pulutku Florida. THE NEW YORK = Of stud LOUIlty. XM H. JO UN...... oilier features of the dry (goods and ilenue .allow space for the following comrades, but they kept their. own .r''
: Queen Quality AUnilnlHtintor.ThlHHoptemher notions trade. Her stock, now being iuggestlons.! counsel. The report of the corporal ""' -l 41

---- Kth IrtXl. WKlSheriff's placed on display, will advance the Would It not be a good plan to calla was accepted without question and

-oi'ant Lot Box 100 on middle Lemon .If..I! a 5 and I IQc Store ]g trade. of goods carried. lu these lines meeting of the business men nnd the Incident passed Into history. .I 1 rp\ r

oarKittu' If sold quUk. Sale above what bus heretofore prevailed. .all the citizens who .are interested in Had Eureka been well In limb he ij1'
Cotton. Kood loom Ion. room., lot MUlliO, ShoesFor III Circuit Court Fourth Judicial (JIMIlIt, In In Palatka. The stock embraces .avery thus; road. In and around the city of
MOOd driven wall, all In good repair, a bargain. Wenrenhowlniin lane In Window LHltiKlHX and for Ht.JohnH county Florida. choice selection of materialsand Palatka. Including Francis and Pe- would have made his way back to the t.!

Good windmill:: ,lot tOOxtlM. lhw hot and and from KSo up, ,nnt-Plima. goo
fold large water lot. and lank, r ,,,vln,, of about hill..ulinl, .ueu gee:. f Irimrloy of this size. bar we call. this meeting for Tuesday and drank and slept. They bad given a j

('ott...on Kmmott. trout 0 ion m., lot trans *"* .llIn'A lurK' ore Hut soul*In 01.0w l/mlirttllaa/ hurt of lint Ladies. \George.* 1lly o The millinery department. Is being "Sep" 23th;; In the Court House him his discharge from the service. r'

flan lot and local Ion. ,Wo. nllty rat low prh'.. !J vlrrueof an execution burled out of wild rapidly prepared for the fall opening L'alatka. .at 10 o'clock: n. m. It the mil made an outlaw of him, and be i\\
Fourteen room hare, I Pmmett fttreet 101 Wo i-nrrv n very mti-UHlve line In Mroult Court. In stove' entitled. cattle tearing late. to be made known later, by people .are really Interested In the lad no farther right on the lines or In ,
HUtlM" ). Hue location. U AH t.. g.HXIn. from n |>Inn cup up to 0 "ato IH Jay of January IoW to medtr cteilIliav. tiles Itelgale of New York who has construction of such. road they certainly the stables. He did not move out of
Lk ,
Kmmetl Vo.aol'ol utreut' wixwu and: river with Una anl|>location nr wall between uuiirt lit (I..'Wt.inrow* Hurry the Inrgetsol I Lri Stetson ShoesFor looted.I upon being the following in< 1'iiinam described"County, ,('ropo..y.lyll'16",1 Florid, bAen> engaged as head trimmer. will attend this gathering and the glade that day or night. About I'I ,
l"otloii county.: ,o wfttNWo' help determine what route is best to .
Four room home corner-niront lot imixioo, ", nluik and our large fntm'kln midnight a big timber wolf came out
our Pottery n4of! arY and nwy4of nwV4 I In Roe. "
J poroliw lliree Hlfles.junk: completedTnovaunnt Porcnlaln\ mope and Httuwrii,- Ion ':*, Townwhlp: 10, e, HatiK J7 knt, oooitinlnff letter to CoalPalatka. f/Ierchanta, t..ke.. also how and when to begin of the foothills and circled around him 'I ""j%
lour North bud, lmxt Ml'h' good t fuot III no acred more or I MN ... tha property Florida. work on sane
iHilltlliiK ''U.... weethxveueverythlnyuforhoocH i mid i. Hen. or "hurley.dmirirtand, all hi. right, title In- Having been requested by the and glared and growled aDd the horse j
i the acre farm one mil from oily undernew ... t.reet and claim, therein.I Dear. Slrsi If you could get the Board of County Commissioners to rose up with painful effort and made
wire fence; imall huiine giMd for poultry f "A'to"!* selection In Walton from will Hell the Name at Pnhlld Auction\ at the W
"OKBtalilei.: : BUI. front door or the rourt House at l' latka. Putnam exclusive saleof a coal that would secure the right-of-way. for this road. 1, ready to defend. himself with,teeth and oi
Dttverai: :line: country 001'1I.10"'rllO or MOma t "weatlll load. In our 1MB' per pound County Florida. "between the 'legal lour give; double heat. and cost no more, I! assure you that It Is. no small undertaking loof. The wolf did not attack, how- 'f
for I ?nody-none bate Hold eleewhurefur l The most completeline of Kfti.. on the mtaiMONDAY IN NOVIiM": at wouldn't to such in the 4 '
you shape by hoer
goad get
particular.------ jump when daylight the cripple
_i fro per pound. lira( IttOti, the' name Iwlntf the rtth day of imld : ollt't .
-- --- month. to the hlKhuHt and beat;: bidder I for oanh: \ You d trade for liun- next meeting of the board, and for babbled up the valley In search of
NOTICE APPLICATION of Boys, Hiioh' le "bolnif merle, I will make dyed miles I In..V08 his reason. respectfully auk the assistance -
Of :execute:: ,I and: deliver. to the imrohaMcr:: : or pun' : a more secure retreat. That was In .
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter. S3 New York 5 and IOC and Childrens Shoes .,,_.. a Kood and mittloleiii\ deed to...101 'prop.ft. Is like that.among. paints. ;of a of every citizen along the the last days of May.\. The valley was :
HHHg Laws o( FlorHa" arty, pnrf<,nn.oror piiruhaM paying for Tit .. short ton good n Ionic one Ine .
Notice la that Robert F. 2 Store d HO\\'KI.L.8h..rlor. any paint you can name; a gallon. Is We have. practically. settled the not settled and the horse had It all to l"j
hereby given
nubbard, purobnaer of tax certificate ever placed before O. P. KOWLBK.I'hitntlffrt Putnam County Klorlda worth more than two of many. a. popular question at this end as to the best ilmselt except for the few deer buffalo I
; paint. route between Interlachen and Hoi- and wild horses that strayed In occa
No. 781. dated the 6th day of July, Lemon Htwet. Boyd Block.PALATKA Attorney 9180d .
the public. Suppose you have painted your later, thence following the county sionally.June '
A. D., 1807, has. filed said oerUll ate in rr.A. 'M
a house .about once In three years. ever road. wlthlng B miles of Palatka.. Ws /
my office, and has made application. for In stock July and August came and i ,
tax with law. I"mamismmi .1j rVo liavejuat placed a com since It was new } you buy the same. understand there Is road laid out went and one in I
deed to Issue In aooordanon [, I.LDIIIIIJJlUIlll;: plete line of day early September .: !
number of Uevoe have front, Francis Palatka
gallons and
a to some
Bald/ following the
certiorate embraces the Shoe Store : battery was taken out for drill.
-- City third: of it left and It wears nix of the citizens that this be i
dosorlbfld Putnam. year. request
situated had
property 0- It been at work for half an hour ];
Count coots. the take while others want
your we
county 3 Florida, to wit: section 11, Placelniho' 'sXIlto vr:: Crockery $1.75 a gallon for paint. ; t3 60 II gal- he way road. to go via. .Penlel. This with evolutions when it suddenlyiwheeld .:.t.
tores In so of lot 10, Coolest
oor. settled into position, unlimbered and went '.
Iou for putting It on ; you save ft gal-/: question can be at the meet-
township Said land 13, range assessed 27-H acres.at rite date. on Ih.Orlllln Lot. Ladl" HERBERT CROOK, Prop and the lot embraces some of the Ions: 20.25 on this Job. But you save lug above named. One thing we into: action and the gone began to I

of I the Issuance being such certificate In the BpUyLfree Thtlroda, nlll1\Oo la water. prettiest pieces ever shownin the whole Job of three year., hence mist decide If or not we ever Intend boom. Of a sudden the men set up a
of Palatka. Would like
acme Unless about I7B. Put 'em together: filM). to make the road "then get to wild cheering. Captain; lieutenant aad .

suld/ Cdruacatn of David shall be Brown.redeemed according F. G. RUFFLY, Prop. to show. them reasonable.Then to you.. Can't reckon so accurately. as that ; work,' we realize, the fact that all first sergeants sat ou their horses In t. ,
__ __ but how It Paint' Isn't his
to law, tax deed will .laaue thereon n_ -- -- we you see goes. road cannot be made fit once, .cowling wonder at such a breach of : ,
allk than coal. How however. .
start be and
any more a can made It
on the lath day. of October A.D. 1906. bave'Furniture discipline but It was only a moment
Notice! much morn Is coal worth than 14 should tin. ad snob end.I .
Witness my ol1loh'I.lgn..ture. < seal & DARSEY before i the puzzle was solved. GallopIng -
WALL and House late? Yours truly assure you that I have no motive
tills. the nth day. of Sept. A. D. IVOftISoal To all nemona holding': claims: smlmt lhs 19 F W DfcVOE & COJersey whatever In the agitation of this toward them down the sloping hillside ti,
B. llunil, uaaaawil 1 are hereby
0.[ ] JOSEPH PKIOE Dentists. .juMllbid! ( of Loretta prwMint the...mo.o me.dilly aothenstlluelmenlt. Furnishing Goods -- road bunlnrs, other than the Interest with mane and tall flying li. the IA r''
k Circuit Ct Putnam oountT. Florida Mm. l for breeze and hi heels In the air half the
wlllobenbberret Cow for sale also ot our county at honrt. *
or the .
clerk. ... thl At remarkably low. Call and
m prices
B. .
By dep
Raymond Price Bridge and Crown Work a Specialty Sit .... and persona owing Mid solute. are nm Inspect them. 'r"es. no white fly on them or..nll.1 Your. for Good Roads, tliae, was_Knre.a.! : ___ M. QUAD.
gneeued to par lams 10 .. w/thnut del\\ to F.C). Cocbraue. PaUtksi J. H. WVLIB.InUrlacnen .
School Supptlofl. of all kind.. -- I ThIN.Sept, 9I.. Idea ItATCL... UCAal. R. S. MOONEY. laka, }'I.. Fla Sept. 18th IflOS. The NEWS. $1.10 a,. year. i I ?
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\! pmttwglgiihlvivftI; t!! About
Every editor desires to make bis I Is the saloon "it horrlblu thing": ? What You Know and
Entered Chew
afc the FaUtka
postoflloeas paper a clearing house for the ideas To a western city a few weeks ago
mallable matter of the second a girl, fourteen ON THE
class.Pjbflshed. ai well as the news of the day. pure country years BORDER 11
and very Ignorant of city wny.
Jb Is a joke almost as old as the came looking for work a8 a domestic

at Palatka, Fla., on English newspaper that when an servant to Help support her father; You Are ChewingThere

Frldayi byRUSSELL" Englishman is In trouble he writes she found her sister who had preceded Original i Know What

-i VICKEKS. about It to the London Tiuiei. He her, and "gob employment, for she An old man sat In a dimly. lighted

was neat and handy and pretty. On room, bla hands clnnpcd with a tight
docs and this national habit has
took walk
w. A. RUSSELL. t\Ur\ Sunday she a and met
contributed, more than anythingelse Borne young/ men. friends of her sister grip, bis head bowed ou his face every chewing chewers and pounds of tobacco
toward making the Times and upon Invitation entered the evidence! of dilltre a. Uu.a bait lay is real pleasure
WHAT BRYAN DID SAY.So erful. "family entrance" of a saloon to a young Rlrl. She was eltbor unconscious tobacco grown-where the chewed to the population in those

much baa been Bald concerningthe have a gll\8lof wine; Just at d ny- or ,sli'upinif, for she was very the best where SCHNAPPS tobacco
Letters from readers will always break she was carried! out of I the the famous States
low. nnd It best tobacco grows-in
was Impossible to tell
reference to government ownership ba welcome whether the writer debauched. lns..nsi-
place whether first sold than there are in the
It was sloop comn. was
of railroads In Mr.
Bryan' bit insane from and and
In troubleor rum rnpe Piedmont Country.
Indignant: pleased, sore,
terror and taken home to her mother "They are fighting at tbo front,1; tho where SCHNAPPS has
York speech, and BO manyerroneon. this States not
10 happy he feels the editor oughtto old man unmcd, "and It nnytlihiK choice selections of
those remarks to die-or worse. That saloon, In do- Qnly
Ideas of
of the purport know about It. Long letters or Ing business to-night/ and Is as lawfulas should happen to Bert It would turn cured yet been offered to the trade.
are extant, even In this auction that church.In the scale. But If well-matured and thoroughly
ihort letters, sarcastic or sympathetic a anything does happen -

the News has thought best to publish In prose or verse, written in blood. Rahway, New Jersey, a young she must not be tul
that part of Mr. Bryan's speech that Ink, charcoal or pencil-will be married woman fed on whiskey by a not be better for her to know It and Java coffee, sweetened just enough

all may know Just what he did say. medical Ignoiamus, to Increase her die Instead of living OIl the life of SCHNAPPS. Thaf swhySCHNAPPSand '
cheerfully received, eagerly perusedand capacities for motherhood. became a desolation In store for her? brands to bring out its natural, stimulating
The In the following report
language/ / / Impartially considered. slave to drink, and at her own request others of the Reynold's ,
taken It fell from the speak devoted "Tho doctor's opinion Unit slio will'wNlth..r SCHNAPPS pleases all
was as was put. by her husband Revenue qualities.
In Issue of this Internal
a sense every news.paper the
the storm aud got wall I have as by
eras and Is somewhat different In a hospital for Inebriates and
I than lips, contained in the written Is ft. letter from the editor who, in due time returned home cured and little confidence. Is It Ills opinion, statistics for a fiscal year made the classes of chewers: the rich, be-

was makes It to those who read It. It i Is almost too happy, the old grief was or does he say It to keep DID up?," do not find chew
speech as sent out before delivery by made up of news articles, editorials, forgotten and the little house wits The nurse came lu anti begged tho wonderful growth of, six and onecause they

the Associated Press: business and other announcements, Heaven to the thniu.. On morning old iunu to go to bed. lie refused tolling million pounds or a net really pleases them better .at any
the husband starting to his work quarter ,
"If any relief is to come to the her to go into a room ncross tho
American people It must come Sonic of these Interest you; some tossed a little roll of bills to her to bull lie down and leave him to watch gain of one-third of the entire price: ; the poor, because,it is more
a party that denounces the do not. Hut when you are Interested pay the rent with. She thrust Itln
through the bosom of her dress and alone. If anything Important occurred of economical than the, large lOc. or
use of a man's ballot for no higher: -a whole lot Interested-the went on lie would vail her. increased consumption chewing

private purpose train.than the(Applause.advancement) But of, my his newspaper letter to you becomes singing her new about Jerusalem.the golden When streets the work of the bod, laid her unnd She on' the went sick' over girl's to and smoking tobaccos in the United lSc. plugs and they get their mon-

friends, there is another question also personal and culls. for reply. The was done she took up the baby /and forehead and. looked at bar long and ey's worth of the real snappy, stimulating

connected with the trust question. editor sends you his views and walked across the city to the land- anxiously. Then she' turned and told States. .

It Is the railroad question. [Ureat Information every week In the year. lord's. It was the first time her. IIIIHbiuid him that it was uot best she should /idently chewers cannot resist flavor so appreciated by tobacco

applause.] I rejoice that the President The only w4y to balance. things up had trusted her alone with leave. But he firmly refused to go lovers. All. imitations con
has had the moral courage: to money. She was excited. The sa- himself and she took a book and went tho:)flavor and they cheer SCHNAPPS

advocate rate legislation, even If he Is, once In a while, to answer buck. loan like the pores of damnation, luto tbe room he bad Indicated. them tain much more sweetening than

had to get: his Inspiration from the Write to the editor. sweat the fever of Hell Into her nostrils "Ever since her mother he beoaasj: SCHNAPPS cheers
Democratic (Laughter.] I -- - as she hurried on. The roll of toSCHNAPPS. They are made that
party.!: ...I ::] u bills turned to and mused, ou, "she has been all I have bad more thai any other chewing .
am sorry time tne Dill paused uy cue Ouymet Calf hasn'tso much as a green; serpent
l House was so distorted the Senate uttered bleat in all this drainage turned its fang upon her faithful to live for. Sometimes It seems to ole bacco and every man that chews way. to hide poor tobacco improp.
that all tbe love she has bad for _
; but I want It to have a fair trial. heart and stung/ it numb And dead mo -

' And yet my friends, while we have controversy. to love and honor, and she foil down lies been merged lu her love for Bert. SCHNAPPS passes the goodthing erly cured.

4, cured one disease we have incurred down. daylight; the next day the Tint's natural. All the love I hud. for other For-the man who chews tobacco

a new danger.: When you give; to a The equlnoxlal. gales serve to re. bearchlng party found her In a copseof my parent was nothing compared with along-one chewer makes

commission the power to fix railroad mind us that the northern hobo will wood lu the suburbs frozen andninimed the love I bore her mothep\ And when chewers-until the fact is now established for toba co 'S sake, there is no chew

rates, a which when exercised I hOLf! !: and lying npurt,
power her
: mother died I It all to mv
may mean a difference of hundreds soon be In evidence again! drawn wHnra"9'V .U..9 ..__ "li.alr'0. .If. .I.... .Mm..9.iilivKf.....,... little -nave that there are many more like SCHNAPPS.

of millions of dollars in the revenuesof hither that be may may bask In our the dead baby with its flossy curls girl. '. .,
"I what's down
011 ,
the railroads, you give the railroads glorious: sunshine. He will serve to frozen Into the mud. f: a high: state In each Presidential Why do you look shocked at DIe? there. Last night's dispatches were Sold at SOc. pound In 5c.-'Cuts. Strictly lOc. and tSc. Plugs
election. (Great applause.] detract our attention somewhat from I didn't do It. If I had time I would that a fight couhlu't be put oft twenty. ,; per

"My fear is that if the history the ever present negro vagrant who pour such stories into your ears until four hours We know what they do S

through which we have gone In re- also loves to bask. If our official they drove you mad or drove you almost as noon as they do It. Bert R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WInston-Salom, N. C.

gardto! municipal enterprises repeats. will do their duty by these people thecoming out to hunt the saloon to the Hell must take his chances-ono out of

Itself. we may find the larger: fund winter both will do theli that conceived It. law or no law. three or four or five, I suppose-while -----
The saloon is lock In the -
raised from the railroad to control a stream
here lies the girl he lores and who
the Inter-State, Commerce Commission buskin' after work hours In the con- of life, that opens upward all day i In the Circuit finiirt, Rlfthtli, Judicial dlr 1 '
loves Mm, having not one chance In n cult In and for aunts Uouiity, Florltltilu F. RRILWRY
than they ever raised from the vict camps. long and fills with human craft that G. S' &
7 manufacturers to secure protective have drifted from their moorings or dozen. If he dies she will never smllo Ulnuic'i'ry .

farlll legislation. (Great applause.] lost their way, and at midnight empties again. If she dies I will never.smlloumgahn CJoriU'llFV 1.,1..111.<>r UukMtnte IIHAtlinii.lHtnttrlx ,

What has been experience'// As Thea'nuexatlon of Cuba would with a rush and a hiss down but be-lie Is young. Ho can of tJlmrU, L. The Best Route to

t, soon as the City Councils began to prove a solar plexus blow not only to 'ream.-From address by John U. forget or replace the old with the new." Gouit, *PKTITIOWEH"In, diu!
Insist. upon strict regulation of the the cigar/ manufacturing Interests of Woolley, LL. D.Orphanage. Curious thoughts run' through tho ",.. Of..iIt HStAlCHIMfor ::1tctoii5 atf 'llht. oI'tsis&s..

holders of municipal franchises the Tampa and Key West, but would mind of one In suspense The old man Mm.H.UowUMil.Maggie: IM r*:",% : uiiirttuutiofl: .

owners of these franchises went into "skldoo" \ the Day. fell to conjuring up all sorts of possible A. ImMH, O. H.. _ politics and began to corrupt legislation pronounce >n orangegrowing : The first Saturday. In October is happenings. He fancied his girl tlIri.s' II. lurid,,g moU'y"l ; ? 'lHi.afl G lr fS O.t,.
of rural Florida, alleicr "HJ
.; and you call trace most of your business .01..r..1 It 'l.ho..ol .h..r..o" .
Orphanage or Work Day.. The again In health, her lover safely returned ,, ,
municipal corruption to the fact that blOt the richest soil earth., .nl 11'0'1" I.
Cuba on
Florida Haptlst OrnhnnngH' A road In, their meeting. In their happi- 'l'hom".ol."

to the control owners the of franchises power that have,fixed tried the It grows: the tobacco and onco, in the Fla., asks that everybody In the ness be forgot that he would be left S lit KKKNI low lu>AN lntrtHt, 'rM.nnd* hHrit JOlt! : oUc IJ a wb 9lot tlWt it ioLsib.

rate of their dividends. I am afraid union would manufacture It all at state give to this Home the earnings alone or remembering It was mitigated Thin torte uiiam upon, the petition Ion
home. It also oranges much for that day. A year ago! the responses that they were happy. Ho pictured I In.nnd, I It iimw.ii' UI( ', tlivdmiit I : and In th* Two Trains Daily Non Itomul.
that such be grows
_ may the temptation to a similar appeal were opinion I : of time Omul.:: Unit L tin, \ulun I of i'neliHlinrtt
held out before the railroads of the cheaper than we can and were It not gratifying and unite helpful to Bwt a physical wreck coming to find of thu HOO) liitlm, nt Inw of mi til 1 <
country."I very the girl be loved the man's dons not ex for the duty Imposed would long: us in the many amounts Bent In as gone; young Leave Palatka, ii in; p
.0 do not know what the sentiment have out of the earnings the first Saturday In agony followed by a settled gloom. AimI I :It nppnnrlng tit mild (harlot' IVHowluln Arrive Puuistkil l lonthbound. No. I, : pm.
of the people In this country may be; ago put our growers October. We kindly ask that professional This came the nearer homo to him for Clued Int..I"; tluit tier ...twoor Jt). 9.10111! a m.HclmJulon .
: business.If inor .% shut intuHtnte; tluii
I do whether the
not Know people .I..t
.4 men teachers,lawyers doctors it was what he would have to Buffer two of. ,, ut I.w...KHMK UuvitHTMt
have yet reached the point where - --- merchants mechanics, clerks, himself. That MPM. MIIKK Mohrnv IH ti niii-reiuiosit
they are willing to consider Uovern- bGov. ,nntl P.H.140ot.|
the energy being expended \ every man woman and child, who Then be went back to the period, ..ld..II.I".I.Uhlo1'hllt,,, without notion. amid the.
4o ,
; inent ownership of r a II I to a de. \1. I.0.-1..10".. ii i r,.10.1.Perry,. nlven shove are subject changu
Broward on his Everglades can earn something on that day sendus ,, .. Mouth. I
(Great and continued applause and when she whose life bung by a thread ) 11",1., 1 time of nrrlval amid departure of trains Is not guarantMed.
.. .
the Income of that one day. The no.-r..ld..I. timid rc in *
cries of yes yes.) I do not know drainage/ craze could by any possibility children in all the Sunday schools was jumping her rope, rolling her I Iboop. I'uniiAvlvunla; 'lliat, .10.. JI. Goodwin' In HiionroKtilttiit Nashville
whether a majority of the members be switched to some scheme He saw her grow from child to ; ,and run.iui.N la But It, New Through Pullman cars frolTIfol to Atlanta, Chattanooga/ ,
may help us by fuming: something York' ; nnd. that Oharltm K. riioinpHuii.Hnruh, St. Lomiisand Chicago Elegutnteleping/ cars betw.q'miVaidusta '
.. of the party to which I have the having for Us aim genuine! benefit on that day, to help the Orphanage: maiden from maiden to woman. How K. Tlioutpiton, and George :. Tliuiunttoit', areeieii and Macon. al-tb.-y..r-round. oars to Atlanta
honor to belong believe in the Government to the people there might now be We have at present forty-two ouiU I quickly It bad all come about! And iioii-ruHlduntiiand\ : .< ldu In New Oim-, 81e.plng Valdost.
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tie, ] itutl I that tmld H.TliOiiipHun
ownership of railroads. but something doing in Florida. Thereare dren and our number will be constantly I I now It she (died what hail all his efforts In u minoi i Guorgu Hamlt-oine Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 amid 3 between Macon
my theory is that no man can call amass increasing. They are fed and to raise her, her studies bar accomplishments It l.tl..lllon (>onH convention to decide what he ways in plenty for which the clothed trained and educated wholly availed? All hv tht. tl. Ciuih h of thu Halt) inii.ftaI-
himself shall think. I have reachedthe state can spend its revenues to good contributions tieti 7If iil ',, \ appt-ar: linrtfla .,nor Information as to rates, routes, schedules- Hlfcplntr oar reservation
by voluntary exceptthe away at the ceasing of a heart to beat. ? ')' IMII\ at t h, MMXt, to MlimvUIIIIHH
conclusion that there will be no littlu whichwe Ii: I Miifli ani,,. tute, will ba gladly furnished upon to
without our governor chasing comparatively help they I !
purpose And her what of It? "Vllcnthl
longer life Everyeffort :: ;
permanent relief on the railroad It IH fl ordurml I tluit thin ordr .nd)
and farm.lleMld..s .
question from discrimination between himself over the state In a frenzlc make on our garden he bad made or should make NUTIi : piihlUliiHl In iiowHpitjwr In O. V. WILLSON, D...pot Ticket Agent Palatka.
our current expenses.which ,
Oonntv,once for four eonnlie -
individuals and between to secure mi opportunity to spend are about two hundred and would be neutralized. .(. wtHkH.TliutlfMtirlptlnn. .o.k S. F. PARROT, Vice Fred. CHAB. H. RIIOUKS, Ueif. Passenger Alt|

,S. places and from extortionate rates. money for a measure of doubtful fifty dollars por mouth h, we need and The patient stirred. The watcher was .' of the lamU .putttloned tc Macon, Ga.SOUTIERl >.
until the railroads are the propertyof need much two building about to go luto the other room and lie .0.0.1. follow MI
value once secured. very a story tt tract orparoel. of h..I. situate
the Government and operated by the lower atory for H schoolroom call tho nurse when the girl suddenly In Put,mi in C'tnintv' Hiato of 1lo.h'n.' J.,..
the Government lu the Interests of ------- rrlhed KM )H>tftniilnr, { lit thu ,' P O' ii
and dormitory
the astonished '
story as a with strength that him. :
the people. Value will attach to the coining( upper a tree ninrkft. 'X' HiaiulliiH 'I':' I't ornlitreKIOVO ,
for tho boys. To meet our sat timid fixed her on ,nliout .
up eyes vacancyor MI-VKII rtMlH Eliot
"I believe believe that there I Is Jacksonville Carnival as an Inducement tro' bonmlitry RAILWAY "
needs we hope everybody will be HO as It seemed, some one In the center of tho Its liflhli bortlKiltiK KaHt h... 41 =j
a /growing/ belief in all parties that to relaxation lot many people much Interested as to send us the the Ht. JnluiH Hive, on, Lot:: Hove (7It| tnH.otlui .
S of the room. ) KrVK tat), In 'JnnMhlp TKN ( lot.Houth. -" 5- -
this solution, be it far or near, is the
lu the state who either too earning of the first Saturday in Oc if TWKNTY-HKVKN .
were looror ( Kiinm 1 Iffi.Kawt .
"Bert! Oh, Bert! Have come?
ultimate solution (Applause.] But, ;you EFFECTIVE JAN. 10 1900.
tober. B. M. BEAN, Superintendent : and rnnii.nff .h '"'- l.iat: until It I In ,
.5 my friends to me dangerous oen- too busy to take a vacation to the Arcadia Fla. She stretched forth her arms, and rcttptr> a Hue runnlnK North' from R.V. .

; trfll/atlon In. a danger, that cannot be mountains or beach, but most of the focus of her vision seemed to.draw JitliiiHuti, Northwt'Ht' ,',,rmer: thtn, <'North ---- 1n"h.o "..1. ) NoIM'I0&INo-i7'

brushed aside. The greatest danger whom will 11 nd it convenient and nearer to herself. Her arms folded nUnm i .old t hitlimto 1 li' no 'luoKii.'inttr of tnul.....I.y dimwit JHuiidietltlm -, 3 V..Ubnl" 1'.lue East. NO&I No 34 No & fltiiimiiia.so. xyiTiap 9 lO, 40iu
......... ....
_ _ _ .... tip
of a republic Is the consolidation of sIn ''raised her face as though for a Halt! flitch, ant'. )Went on Lv Jr.wp,Os .uuo tip 110'0
to spend a day or two In Blrrell's about the little rll"'III'.l l.l t.vjuwkwonhui.. U' Tiij A. '. 4""euI.p
all at the cnpltol remote from agreeable Mr. story riirtm mid 4j| thvmtj so lay I MaDD Go ...8', 18'
.5 power kits then fell back on the pillow.! ,bug t'itntt ,nh'" the J oil, Jitun.p us a? IIUII'I luau. uoaup .. 5osa
and to Ht. tin UI'
church school stirred ohlhl :
Jacksonville elephant ragnmulfln In : : ( ;
the people. (Applause] and because !! seelllfOl"tbe a LV $uanaahOa limp 1410 ., .. :: .
_ _S Tho old man to the bedside River; tlu I >iu'i l alttini |>nnk of Mild al : : : 5iriI
I believe that the ownership of all getting astride a. wooden horse of themerrygo'round. a clerical correspondent to write a letter sprang rlrtOH .::directly: : Went of ii frw.iId: :: : A' Ootonibiit. .8 Iy e.1' e amp e A. Os .. .. 5 suiti.1

railroads by the federal Government And then most herein he spoke of ragamuffins suit! was joined a moment later by the Oak trtt*;, I In" Flint: to Iwulnntnu.' coutalnlii. A' "h.I", "... .. It I 1 J, I. mop V thiS Aroh.lAn..8 Kf1 I 4. 1.:1 ...
: who quickly slipped lier, arms '.! I. her,., ,mor or h.... ttroabro. Me Ii Its Sup
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would so centralize the power Jacksonvilleat as "bars who have more rags than nurse (Ii) l KKKIHi, ,.i OHDKHK1) InOlmntlM Daville...:': So may I s4.ui& stial II\ Ai'Oinoiumimati: 0 to..Q: t. : limOs :

_ S as to virtually obliterate State lines, citizens ought to go to mufllns." No doubt that was not meantto under the Invalid and raised her. See >,ia,NI \; tutu tMrt'ult, on this:I Auguaaku. ar au.bIDUO"\,.By h I... I alaao tOp LI'i'-r' S .. $..taP.rt4imui&burg. .....

instead of favoring the Federal ownership least once or twice a year to site be tukon seriously from the etymological ; lug no sign of lift., she placed her hand L. A.I.. J. 'r. WILM.HVhIttlor ... I 8K' I 4 l (.111 jourl II.' 5'1...
of all railroads. I favor the up the pl'owU.lI1d: progressive spirit point of view. Tbe muffin of the on tbe girl's heart. Then she looked up 0.21.1w jutiga. A' Oha.lot..I" 1"I I .el, e I, \ LY Cloolon.", 0.Pa LI.i.s 811'lsl I'.. .
Federal ownership of trunk lines and aid: A. W".lloK. .1 10 9 I alp A.Vhl.... la 11".. ...
of that city. word has puzzled many. "Jtaframuf- AT .... aa ii ties' zap
S and the State of all 1..I .0 H n 5
only ownership I..um"r tlaol..l
tin," says Dr. Johnson "Is from 'rag.' "She's gone. En""o .. Ar I I.. 'n = = .. C ..1 _
the rest of the railroads. (Applause.] The old man went' to a table sat Pr.y. C _. !RitJ,4ae .. .Mol"o'UI.
and I know not what else." According -- If Lv('Iiamnusml..to H 8 Ci'' .....
"Some have said that It would ba. :In a commur.lcatlon to this paper It rest- \ niul nniomou were taking a "
his .
down and placing arms on A..To'ed" .
DI' /
Impracticable allow the local lines Mr. J. H. 'Vylle of Interlacheu urges to Dr. Brewer the word means a rugged ed his head on thorn. The nurse laid drive together whenthey passed a No. BVo'k and Plon.ia zap.... A"v.. .. .. ....r.. Ins ul.I.. ..

_. to be owned by the several Btates.: "muff" or "muffin" (a spiritless nupalutea house by the roodBide. natty Drawing Rosin aidepial O. Lv ounelnumalt .B''. viiTiiiy
and notion I'nnll.
enthusiasm energetic ..
beside her turned -I
I did not believe_ the argument more fellow). But the original Ragamoffya the dead girl's anus b.eo. 1. T.opo Jak'ODVU. .00 1. ArUlorelauni..big_ _ Yor_ _! .___ _8011 ._.._
before I went abroad and for the proposed hard road between looked at the old man pityingly and .. ,
have been demon in certainold By e '
seems a "There sold No 5O-"Wsabtuton and pta. Llmmled DKn" lr .."
observations in other lands have this and his home and left the room. The case was closed for Emerson pointing out hu.' may a "ple''j'
my city Puiinmanlrawmng.aoomai.pSngVarJsAson. "
whose :
S mystery playi name was
the liaise 4tIIvc9 an old Calvinist Cud : I ::. ....t'elIyI7 I ... .
she would be virus .
: convinced me that the /State owner- meeting of those interested her and In a day or two I Ia w York.
suggests a : probably just high sounding nonsense. .
ship of local lines Is entirely feasible. for the next one. she brass for mo eve I am glad Palm rLmlt.d': V.UboloA annlo", AI..1 9 t ''
in the road. and Its routeto It Is curious, however that "(he rag ready 10.8l-ln'hern aJ
who does. I .1 'I'
(Applause.] In Germany most all The old man remained wboro ho was. pray for Dyoelf. 1'lm.n Irwlnll BI Com.arlen. A. Munpbi. '
be held at the court house next man" Is an old name for the devil. O..b. Com.l.0. .< .T.oD.'rl. .. .
______ the railroads are owned not by the TIle clock struck the hours successively "Do. she'said/ Wlilttler. What b'"S..Anl.l".J..kol1.I.ul. N. A.I"n.t S .

empire. but by the several States Tuesday the 25th Inst., at 10 a. in. London Chronicle.Contraillutlona.. -1, 2, S, 4, ,0. Then there was the does thee pray for friend Emerson?" = ArBot L" M.mpimm 5prIng.t& ....,'1 "11./. ./ .
not the trunk lines owned .. "
even This should stand for a call for such sound of boys running la the street "Well replied Kmernon "when Ifirst .: -- -
Thrugh."The Lead ot the :
by the Federal Government, and yet Bk" -- -
meeting and the News trusts It will below and shouting: open, my eyea upou the beautiful I
they have no dllllculty about Inter- "The the merrier. Not so. suitUVeaUbuIerahn
more .
_ state traflic. If one travels from be largely attended. We have made One bund is enough In a purse. "Noth "Extra: Great battle at Santiago! world I thank (hat that I am alive and lr J"kou.UI.us. ........ ..1 R.I Sop 1iO 15-"Tbe 'bruKhol.lord. LlDllo.."h...D.n.0.1 luU.A' .

Constantinople to Vienna ho passes a start at goo4 roads now. Let us ing hurts the stomach more than surfeiting The old man started np. Going Into live ao near DOHton." tjoIimiis 50...h.t.. .. ... o : 1'I: moo...p.o..r. .. ".. '0 "nooo.l.,
and ho for servant. One of Ar "..lI1o.NO. .. 1.1pbl. .0 Ia
and the ball a ito
through Turkey Bulgaria rang uly
the finish and not make ":
continue to Yes. lack of meat "Nothingbut Sr Hot.oi.. N 0. : : : .: 0" 1loh." "
Hervia and and of all to .8
part bud been night summon
Hungary a them
S' : It a dead beat either. what bus on end." Not no. A ring up .110.1., .... '" I", 0... No.6-'MJhIeage' and Special.' Aut'Cr
Austria. and every State: owns Its a doctor If needed. lie responded at .. mm ,.,.tib.t. train, ,Ilo.t Drawing Ko.mA
own railroads and they speak differ- hut! none for It Is round. "Money is a and his master ordered him to Thousands Have Kidney 5$ l.out : :.: : :: ";.:.:Kj \I i : mop taT. btasen Si AuU.ttns.: jsChlOnVi is, ( ifl

ent languages on the different divisions CONSCIENCE. great comfort." Not when It brings a once. OIudhanaIiOnio.... ... I I. airmail t'iiragu, C..I.nd, ieeiroit, .nd St.tuis. .
bring him a paper. In It was a telegram of
and travel without thief to tbe gallows. "The world Is a Trouble and Never Suspect It tot-Douly Punm.o
yet you tbe last battle of the lrawing-itoom Saul IinwInh1ait," 'do.FrIiiaY.
change: of cars [applause' J and don't Oh, the good Intent of the days we long journey." Not so, The sun goes announcing merlean with a partiallist How To Find Out. B No.u Aleapiag.. car b.. Jauk.unuus. sod via o. U. ; .d'tv.I ,.'... Ir'
Spanl8b- war I .
S when you cross a line. Norway aud spentIs over It every day. "It Is a great way Fill a bottle or ilimOs I.tOi' 801. mobs C.r..
common with
lot of the killed and wounded Among gll your
the Hell of our present ,
Sweeden lie Bide side. Each owns It
by to the bottom of the so. '
water end let it stand No. I1.-"Tb. Auianta' si.eam.m. J'uuiimsi' '
twenty-four hours
Its railroads; and yet. although the. And the bitter things that tha con. Is but a stone's cast. ".A. friend Is best the former was the name Lieutenant asejimentorsct-; EXleU.nt Dining Car Service rmrwin5 Room hie.u.hiC c Jaek.onvulia bOAitaumtaand

nations political are relations strained between their commer.the two Is the science taunt flings of the goal: we sought; found In adversity." Not so. For then Albert As rile HIbbard.old man read It something like hag indicate an on aU Through Tralull. main .In sLsetotr vh.hia.ooea.In Atlttnl;untIL.. :...its n r.

and there Is .for so moves the sun on the things there Is none to be found. "Tbe prideof unhealthy condmtmonoftbltitI.- --
cial Intercourse goes on, a imlle flitted across his face. --- --
the rich makes tbe labor of tbe
no Interruption of the interstateS that were doue "Thank Coil" he said, "they hwe A8a1VAL .
: labor of tbe neys; if it stains From New TJCK8VL1.
If we'd only thought poor. Not so. The poor York. sla.-Nu.5l ., ..
traffic. (Applause.mentioned] this because makes the pride of the rich. gone together! Providence who releases your linen it isevidence 70,5 SOC Yo'k W..bl.tD W.bLnllh.._No.1"N.. York Plm Llmle.l" ,.......... ,9 .I pm Pn'
"I -
have From Ilor'd.
simply Unreslntiug ways In the difficult the young and leaves the old to of kidney "be.lla .o.-Jo. ,\W."ln"oD ., ......s 0.1
you cannot well discuss the days endure has permitted me to witness trouble; too Prom Proia ebb.5.011., ,Cn.D.'O.o. I'. 'wmiu.,1110'10....lul'e. .. .. .S 8'' '

S.. .,', the trust railroad question question without, and while discussing I re. Are That as victoriously child's play we nil fought to amaze-, "When Cold a msa flooded loses Opinion.his money." remarked their mortality.caress! on the borderland of Im to frequent pans it desire Prom Cb".D_" .11.I1,:-:f." :.sie.-ttue"VIi.so-euas1.emiai........:.. .I.... S '. ..:: :::

gard the railroad question as it now ment's gall tbe cynic "be finds out who in the orpil

c presents Itself, as a part of the trust At the one where we were caught: ; his friends are." An account .f the death of Lieutenant also convincing proof that kidneys FREEMAN District' Passenger Agent. 108 West Bay street .aksnvie. FI...

(question and not the paramount Issue But relentless the sun when we wish "Yes" answered Mr. Dustn! Stax, "It nibbard was afterward furnished and bladder are out of order th C. H. AOKERT, M. W< TAYLOE, O. .
I would not ill frankness with. undone When a the father of the girl he loved. There What To Do. 8. H. BAKDWICK. V. T. M. BEOOKS MO BO"N, L O P. A
Is wise .
hold my views on this subject, and All the harm we wrought! a compensation. rga.u h had been fighting night and day for Ther is comfort in the knowledge nt
: therefore I have said what I havesaid. loses big fortune lie saves the time some time. Lieutenant Hlbbard's regl- expressed that Dr. Kiluumei'rSwanipRoot -- -- --

(Appiause.l"S Tile seer may say Why pine away used to spend shaking 'bands and Us meat lad made a midnight sortie aud the great kidney remedy, NOTICE OF aPPLICATION FOB I, Notice of Application-for Tax Deed
S. For the things that ourselves havebought toning to hard luck stories end gets a fulfill every wish in curing Tax Deed Under HontlOQ 8 of Chapter
encountered HIbbard bad rheOat.m. Under Wi
a bot fire. Section K of chapter ,
S ? chance to make nother.1*-Washing- pant lu the back, kidneyi 4808. Laws of Florida.
Now that J. Flabbergulllon Tetiny bullet lver blader Laws of
unbld these things we fallen hi. brain pierced by a Notice In Florida.
But they rise ton Star. I and every part of the hereby given that C. 0.
urlnar/.ssg. Notice. la that Middle-
the Federal Point social This was
S equality did shortly before 1 o'clock. It corrects inability Alvers. purchaser of certificate hereby glvII

S pariah has vouched for the. purity of And those things that we did not; Little Pitcher. verified by the captain of Hlbbard's and scalding\ pain in panting it, or bad No. 7
; John P. Wall's politics, and has For as swift moves the.suu on. the Willie-Uncle Juclc, did you choke ou company: who was back In his teat i effects folowng use of liquor, wine o D ,1889, .Bled aid erlfc.1 In nj A.Mo.D 171 IMM,dakd filed the said 4th day certificate of July lu
thing. well done. at X ten minutes after his lieutenant'ideath. beer, that unpleasant necesatty office, and ba made tax
covered the "Sage of Putnam Hall"as cake batter made yesterday? applcaton fol office has for
Unit ma my and wade application
A things jest thought of to li In I
on MARTIN B. ANDBBVm being compelled go often dee sue with law
with a white robe, It In to be hoped Stephen Chalmers. Rich Old Undo-Good heavens no. during the day, and to get t np many certificate; embrarve ardaoe the following tax dee&issue In aoooBdaooe with lav.

that the "sage"/ will not wake up --...-.--- child! What put such an extraordinary unclean'nu, can churn nom maKo"rha stomach....... ballet wrvm In is >s ohurnin foul I times during the night. The mild and deaorlbwl PrP.r7 situated In Putnam Said em bra. the following
described In Putnam
from his sweet dream of peace to Catarrh Cannot He Cured Idoa Into your bead? Willie Wby, I whliili' toiiuttato, work up and cUMlntunuaour I I the extraordinary of Swamp-Root county, Flrda t wit: prpery. .
heard pa tell ma be made you cough fooilaa: ,ttlii bulnii discover that the robe In In reality ..llh LOCAL APPLICATIONS" M th'"T cannot up the dougb.-Baltlmore American. NliiKtflnli and foul. the roaoll. blond will lo torpid. for its wonderful cures of the most distressing anna 37-'iO acres.llelol townlhlp.l. S section 8. township 11, range tn

only a very wet\ blanket. ...""b or tha aouHi.mtlttiml sest r>r 'he 01"dIaes.e.""' *....., slid C..h In orditr IMADltKKl to3ur lugIsii DIM ItiirratllantH>i llvt. and, of bail.Dr.Imoura 1'1'o'o..ldon MlnB assessed aft the acresThe at thus

It you ,flU.t tk internal r'tiit.dl.i* NEGLECTED COLDA lovory!l am Juit mch: 'oa, 'but ".rva laBorwland you should have tbe beat. Sold by druggiat8 date of tIme I.u.ooe of such eertiflutate 10 sid lad being aaaeaiad
1 I. utinn htt..rn.lly, .>i. luMtllmctly onra all mien derniiKemanu' II lamaUn in and date of the Issuance of such certificate
CaiArrh Cur one-dollar the
11 Ml s fifty-cent sizes.
The race question furnishes the ontfl.-bis.O.i' JinufX. .urt,, ..*. Every part of time; inuoous membrane, up without" a drop of alcoliol. tlacomjiMltloii I I name of Unknown No 834 Unless said In the name of Kate a Hedrlak. Uulou

real bone of contention In Cuba. The ...ttJHtnrrb Curs I. Drii s..qua.VJeiIiflU'. the nose thror.t ears h..ad. lungs' eta, .. ,: ;ohumlcallJ: inaieitcl pure. of,trliila-roltnad lime commonly sIyr.r..l amployd book You may that have tells a all sample bottle and a I Certificate shall be redeemed. tonlol said ba redeemed according
S. It wan prmwritMii bf on.of lb bout ittnLHloliuiHIn are subjected to disease. and blight; fromuiegiectts'i .roohol. Hon Illln ttlynrrln I.nt lti.lt t//J'! tax deed will issue ther< eerllet.8hal there Don
Ptkiuia administration has refused to tbJwoountry (01lesr..and I. S r.KuI>rproNirlptMm > onlds Ballard'a Horehound Vftluahla madtalna. l..at..ad *r A dulatailoua about It,botbaenUree 1 of October, A D 1IM)0 lw. t will Issue
brnla, a lUM-)
U ot ih* b irt D
It oe'nm.on.d the A.
recognize the to the extent of effective' went lIke aloobol. aapoulitlly. In ilia euro of by mail. Address Dr. Witness day of September,
negro/ tnonrnmbtnsdwtttm I tlMbMii blood purlfl r. Is a plmwantand remmly. my and seal ..
Syrup .. and olel.lalp.tur Witness and
the "arlouforint '
official ure
.k omaoh dy .paptl Kilmer & Co. signal
my .
him office and designing aeting dlr Mt.y i,5' th* mucwu." urf-aoea Tbpartook W. AkMdrlck Valley Mill*. Tex. Bingliomton this the 13th ., September A D I90B.
m giving of'IndlKoattoiKProf this the 9th of A.D 1906.
Urbntproduoewa.fi. N. day Aotjuat
onmblneatlonol tntfredUnu Y When _
tb two ,
the .> writes: I have used Bollard's Horo rln'., Illnrtwood.: H P. nf BunnotlMedical I [8 al| /08KPH PBIOE.
nob unlike .n"d.tol"It. 55CCia5 PB1O
hunting "patriot, b used throat Colk-Ka, aayi of III 'In dys- writing mention this paper and Clerk circuit court, Putnam [Seal JOSEfU
for coughs
' OltUUTta.. IMVtA for leWUtUOOleavU tr.5 bound Syrrp Obl..Kt1: dO'tmke Co. Florida
S carpet baggers In our own Southland F CH7NEY CO. TolsMlo. O. troubles; 11 Is a pleasant sod most effer. mnalii[tbonaof ltaerv 111;.*. beat mmufuolunHt:: ,purpowe.prodiiota" ft any 'mlataka, but ..mlbr tb. Clerk circuit court Putnam eountT 11.

a few years ago have Incited the Bold by DnitfcUtas 7BJI.ur.1 five remedy." Hold by Aakerman ItBtawart the prMMnl tin 'lit tlaMltou' upon nfoauled, name Dr. Kimer'. SwampRo. and Chamberlains Cough Remady"W "ehamberUla's &s ?s jrMerer
Favrolly rilU.,.. the tMart Go dlOOdlnd."' 10......." the l"de. .
S 5 negro to revolt. ; Drug ,c.s CaId Vr.up WkSopl Ceuh..h. fella, auyHaew, t. .17

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(. r VALUE of GASH. 1. Crescent---..- Citv- Hews- \- ,- Florida East Coast Railway.Local

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i f During have/ demonstrated the past tummer to CRESCENT!: CITY. I 1<'. S. Cone. has been iu correnpondnce THE "DODGING PERIOD"of

i the we people of Oresoent I.!L5Lf.h! ""H* beautiful with Rev. J. K. :.Wight of th Time Card No. 66 In Effect -April 16, |9fifl. ..

what CASH will\) do & 10 i Florida. Tourists East Florida Presbytery regarding ipastor

j City in the 1.!I Vend will\ find the It winter aD.Ideal spot to for the church hero but al: a woman's life, Is the name often given to the "change of ]life." SOUTM-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH.BOUND-READ! UP.
or few -
paw a
: purchase of Groceries I day. of keen'delight. yet no arrangement( hal been .mode. Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they mi r --rr -R.- '. !"" lr'
1.1 The town Is on Crescent Lake Is probable that a pastor will bl 3 atop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three .: 1I.ius: : ..1, ,

The lesson lift been one (aDd.n arlll Ie or the 8t. Johu River) engaged within the next few weeks. or four and It Is the cf much --j-;;; -e n"n I i...,........................Jn'konvmmmo.' ...._................Ar IIhP'D' : r..m
to both them and iou miles. br years. cause pain and discomfort ,, .. Claw
of value : : waters eel The town e "prD e :IlI"1II .. ... ....... ...ueum.Jspaa.nvmmm..L. 7 171"
77 mllell ooiinoll\ at Its meetln .............. ......... ..... .. ... 6 .
br: rail\ from JaokBon- which 7 IOplll 10 40..Ii" >11. A.gitiUe. _.... .. opro
im. We have avoided the ii?1.1' vll .. last week passed an ordlnnnce com, can, however be cured by taking 7 "PID II 11Iu1l' ... ......................._....Ha" ",,,. ..................__...... 6 Ilpum' : ...."
trouble; of bookkeeping The (oIj1D_ 1II.u" ............. ....._._..Esit 1'.101"...........,...._.. 6 jUJ. _e .....-'!!..
all day river ride on the pelllng Ice dealers tu weigh out b t.hell l -.rit.v 1200 0'-- Ar.-=;P1iuuiT.( ; ............._.........L. 4 "VIII e _01
i and the people have( gottenrid mj1 steamer Crescent from Jack. Ice to customers, Tlia new ordinance 7 411piii 110"n I.v .......................... .. .'.............us'... 5 4CpA 1 _10

of the extra cost made IW of Bonvllla the delightful to Crescent experiences: City la one of hlch was Immediate) WINE CARDUIWoman's 'TOiqm...............::: : "ii' ,..c Ar. ...:.:::::::.:.:..::::::::.::; Steno: : ::::::.::::::.::::.7.::_,Lv Ar .....;116pm....ii;...I1M".... ... '

'. iiHCBssary by that work. Florida travel. The signed by the mayor, will go Int 81i j; i31121iu ........................... ""... .....................,.....Lv. Ttopw 5 sue'.. "\
have gotten the necessities leave. steamer effect within OF II HplU )2 4\Jpm ............................Dupuot., ....._......,........._ 4 Wpm 5 $4m' '
They Jacksonville 8 .a. m. 80 day,. V.HI"" 1 lUpUI ......................... Or''oDd.' ....._.,..,............... 5 tlpm : """*01101l"VIII
of life at ROCKBOTTOM 11 every Tuesday, Thursday and Mrs. J. F. 1 2'pUl ". ........................... Ito" ......................... ., S .'C"4 row
price; they have/ I Saturday, reaching Crescent Rhoads, and the Klinads four Mr. Fran. .10 10 115pm luCia:: 2 1 UOju Kdpun; Ar.::::::::::.::::::::::::.New l'orIor.uii.5uprus.' :::::::::::.:::;:::::::::: I 56Vn ibetil "

Rotten absolutely fresh City at 6 p. m- 'lhu trip Is tbeooly of young daughters Relief 1 I..mriil'. ';;- oArf ....... .............. 1.ftln.....................lLv .1 OOpm : Tuipinmi ,
dayllshtrlde up the broad Mr. F.. O. Burton refurne Seem upun ..... ... .. Or.gu" .... .... '\
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Hoods. ITh 1 and picturesque 8t. Johns. from a month's ofitlnp at the Summer 1.9"L: : 'ei.::: t.:.: (ir' Clif Junction; ::::.:.:::::::. Itm=. s wP \ ,
It ball been a profitable The steamer has pretty cabins ; : It quickly relieves the 20 dOpm --TIovw-.. ..;::::.:;:;.;.:::::::14I.. an,. fD......................... -I U5pnm" beU '
I and offers Haven boach lust Butnrday eve. pain, nervousness. Irritability miserable- 1I10P'D 2.1'10 ..... ................,...(Mt 11111.....................,..Lv., 2'Opw. Siluiw.

( experience to UK all. I! even In stormy a dullghttul weather.outlook nlng. The party all claimed to huv' I ness forgetfulness fainting dizziness, hot and cold flashes weakness 4H!:::_. -+iOum'kL.!: .................:::::.1'ituIIle.:: :, .. ...:::.::::..::.:::::::..::.:.. 'ITlinun 2 tmitiL'iE:! i1Opma _._ 1

Box Crescent City Is the center of hud 1 a most enoyabie|( .: time. tired feeling, etc. Cardul will bring you safely through this 8IIpm II btttiL Lv ...................,...... nrrd..tAr. s 5U7) U loam"
That Money the orange growing Industry In The Southfleld "1TMPrT "m Iv.'l'l' u..IIl. ........__........ -m.r. i '

I also] a corker] as a middle Florida. and beautiful other properties, in hotel this properly town owned and I "dodging period. and build up your strength for !the rest of your life. 13 52 Siam 113am : bIpw b4pm::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::..i''oi':; 'ii.-::::::: :: ::::: 1r: t 2Opi.i pm : Vim imislnOIea

was groves surround the ptaoe. At all druggists In $1 1.00 bottles. Try It. J 4 2'J1II\ H ..........................Esu <(<.lIIe_ ............_....v... .. 12 .7pm t 471um%
trade 'drawer. Wo will Good by the estate of the late Edwin Gilbert 4uam .. SiomIoumrna B7pm 57cm
in October fishing boating\ hunting and have I Maui : "i"i 10pm::: C .::;::::::::::::-.:::::.,ieimtiea.::::::::::::::::::::::::: n Main II SCam
I 11'11arrord been
etart another one amusement placed on true market, dMa.., St. Luem. Seam dOn'ttOam
I for sportamen. as will be seen by an advertlsemen WHITE US A LETTER EVERYTHING BUT DEATH : : roC::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::.Vort i'mero.,:::::::::::::::::: : 1& sosem: H dOpem

In the meantime the Naptha launches can be secured In this papor. David. CnrlI.ofv2C( freely and frankly telling us all your I suffered," writes Virginia Robson sCam Siam : dmpm Slprn::: :: ::::::::.::::::::7::::::.TmlaIma.. riom: : 1..:'.::7:::::.::::.._:....:: : 1&& id.m 17cm ii it idpmI mmmpm::: '

"low prices for CASUONLY" Crescent cheaply City for has water good hotels trips. Broad st. New York Is agent for the plain troubles.senled We envelope will send).Fmee./.dvice Address La(In which of Easton cured, Md., "until I took Csrdui. : 40cm staid. : 441pm b7pun::: :: :::::::::::::::::::.::::::::.,Jed Nillart.:: :::::=::::::::::::::: :: & :=::: 10 fl OVpm bCpm:::

will prevail at and boarding houses at mode- ale or the Qllbrrtpropertles. dles' Advisory Dept.The Chattanooga: my doctor who me so didn't quickly know It surprised I was : Siam 4ilpm SSpm::: .: ::::::::::::::::::::::::'55mm hub.,JupIter 8omflt ::::::::::::::::::::: : : Blue misin & OtpmS S9pm40Cm :::

this store and the stock rate Beautiful rates. shaded walks and F, U.: Co'ne's store i... well filled MedIcine Co., Chattanooga, Tend. taking It." ellen luism. : dtpni lipid::: : :::::::::::.o.W: ::.:: :.\\1 PiIO 1 0 liusab........:::::::::'.:':::.. :: : siam SOam : OiP63cm Opm

will he kept fresh and with 511pm ........ PoI.a ..... ..... .. Siam .
W1 for the
bicycle paths. new goods full nnd 1 win L1-J-- : : ::: :: :: : : ; : : :::::: : H'C: .
:::: 40cm 4upm :::: :: ::::::::::: Fort i.udsrdalu..0.: warn
@ clean. I I II ter trade and lie, baa much in the 7.m V "PI" .................._....._ Donma' ......_......___r mesas 3 lOp.
of f OWen II lIIIrD\ .. ..............._......._lieIta.dii..........._......... ObeIm, 7 lupmi
J. W., MILLER. the way ladies dry (good He has that full'I1II'1torest' i warn SCam: 1&& SOpm aopum: ::: 'r:::.::::::::::::::::::::..J.emon..... ,,Cu1.I...:.:::::::::::::::=' : 48.om Bbam J 06pm. .
line 01
I -- a Warn .. .._..._.... LVI.............................) ._..._.................. ....._..... S OOpm
-- shops for men, women and children, 10 lOam ................. Art........................l1olUo.w.d.L.. ._...._...... 12 IIOpm
m We have received and his bargain counters are fillet
lust our ViiflTnt, Parlor Can on traIn 29 And 78. llufllut Bleeping Can on traIns M and M.t i
-- .- -- -. with articles of household' use lit I 5 lj'For Dally."oe1\ Sunilny.PENINSULAR .

DqaaaDaaD aD g gg 10 cents. Nil3 M.."
u NEW GOODSFor No.11 50.19 N..17 N.I5 Sole "..11 No.IO NI.II
I The DeVeau groves just south of and eamly; MAypoiiT lRANCH. O'lIr; ::

the town line, containing some 25 S".. Dully ::n Dilly Dilly I:.. O.fly 0.11y Delip .... i
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f acres of tHngeilnes grape fruit Emergencies at Home
Talking i (the Fall' and Washington e4.p atop toop IdGis L..J.rk.on.llle..A... 750. Ia( t sOp .OOp .20.. ..
navuls and round V NIl' 6 rip SUp 2Oii Icomia ._..Bulltb Jock""o.lIa..L." S 5" 5 Sic )U'p etip a lUplotOp
oranges has tin cutlmated of For the Stock the Farm f.'I'' SiOp 1401' 108" .. ...__..8.blol..aoh..._........ 550. _OOaliOop S20P 5405
crop on loup 1044. '' .AtlntIo iIeeoh. ." liOn 700. 12151 Slop '
rtJ3 Iore value for the Dollar" Winter Trade.We about 5l>00 boxes The crop was ml:_:fop_ soupilOlmAr.4'P_ :::::::::..... M.lpOri.Lv:: :::::: slice y4OsilOOnbdOp_ n':: ,
I'n is one thing, t.I carefully estimated by Blame Shiver AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSB1P CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
t.IS an expert. It U understood that
I S Giving and have earlier bought than larger usual the this present property la offered for sale with Sloeoxs CloM Connection Mido si MiamI with Stcsmiblps of tb. P. A 0. S. S. Company f.r .'

n nit as our trudo demands it. crop. Havana and WestTwo f
The town council has decided to do Key
tJ is another t We GIVE it. II We can sell you Sheeting whole medicine chest .'
u n from 5o per yard to IOu.Shirtings away with the closats In the Auditorium Sailings Each Week. d
Fresh Goods and from 60 Building owing to the Inadequate '
ft more g to of 5Oc ( $I.OO TraIn. Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side No Transfer.
f jj:! Goods for the money. Beautiful line of Outings; supply water for flushing Price 25c. ,
L1 u from Oo to lOu yard. and the poor Bower arrangement.New ( Them. TImeTable! .bow tbe time Rt wblolt. train mny bn e""oLed toarrl T.at and< leper 1i
8 per front the .8r.1 .MtYoniK but their arrivi, or d'er>Arturfl "t time uniea elAted I.not rU..D 4ooniioiUfliiOMi '
New Fall and Winter Hats iii Come and see us. We believe outhouses are to be erected In Send For Free Booklet on HorsesCaitleHoQs; 6'Pbuhry. noi U UilaCoinpaay beheld roflponBlblvforanjrilulayabraur" : arUlng. tb.Eefronu

j just iu. All styles to suit we ran save you the also lower decided end of to the sink lot.ft. tile The well council on Address Dr. Earl 5..3lothi, Boston Mass. : For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information .i': I '
round dollar.CONE
u tli? trade. :J J'I many a the lot and furnish It with a pump. I "SEE! THE TICKET AGENT." ;

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Come in and let us show 5 Claude Bennley of Sanford, has J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

a you our goods.a been visiting !his| parents at Denver I

during the past week. Claude now : II
Fine line of Shirts just car Inspector for the A. C. L. at S,,"- ;'

l arrived. ijI The Shoe Man, ford a very responsible position \but; I! .

one that he Is most! competent to Oil. Mr. and Mrs. McBae and family
Respectfully LAKE COMO.Mrs. of Norwalk have moved Into Mrs. .'
Crescent FloridaWeather a
City Walter CHlf baa been furnishing
Long's house on Oak street.
the local market with choice pineapples Wm. Palmer Miss Pliebe and .
luster Edward have returned from Mrs. J. V. Ward Is hn.vlnlher
I rlin.1 the mouth
during past or
K l. 'aliitka where several house on Palmetto street cleaned and
-------- -------- they spent
: more. These pines which are
Report. under his own sheds are much grown superior dilYS,very. pleamintly. aired preparatory to moving in. Sunday RatesTO ,

CrencentGlty tamiMntlure. for the week nd- !Mrs. Hattie KaBtmnn of Aurora Mr. und Mrs. Pinner came down
CrescenFCity, Flo. !! I ng tk.leuiber| 14th, lUtMt to the fruit grown In the III.. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Biis- from their House Boat on their (lii
MIX. Mln pine apple districts of Dade and St. ford. launch last Monday morning for a '
ii for fur
II II m. 81 bra 31 lira Lucia sweeter few hours.' While Springs $1.25 -
7 4
September. a. m. p. m. p. county being larger, Quite a party surprised Mrs. W. L. ,
rrrccrcnniQnrjnrnrarcrjcoBcniThis "
Ttt m W* m TUX
u.S. Himdny.Situr.lay.. Il. Ml n W lit and more Juicy. Gable one afternoon recently. Mn- BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. I p 1m :
10. Monday 77-4 HUtf T" W" 74 sic and other nnumempnta whiled Plumb ohaolia, flushed with the soft VIA.
1. liimilay., .. HO tw. 7HH w"> 76 POMONA NEWS. the afternoon quite merrily.iofreahments .
u. We.IIIOK.Uy.. 79 TOU 7M Wt'i 73 away glow of health and a. pure complnxioi. }, : ,11m
:I. Ihiimany.:: 7$ ":V4 5. 90 '.* or lonionacle and\ cake wake all woman beautiful. Take a G. S.. & F. Ry. I
Is the time of for 16. Friday. 16t4 11II 711 W 7. Mrs. Knight I In. critically 111 at the were servo small dose of llorbliie after each meal ;
year l K. l I>. WILLIAMS. Ibeerver. home of her daughter, Mrs. O, S.:: Rev. W. <>. Rector nnd fuinilvinve It will prevent constipation. aDd help dl- )
Chills and Fever. -- - llendrlcka.W. returned from Mt. Dora and l Okehumpkee whcro they have' been M. Stroud. Midlothian Tex writes Mny train each Sunday, good to return only t1J1
the In
S. Middle.tomuupemut day .
."" "" "" "" "" train White
: \ iDOl) on night leaving Springs
If you are afflicted you can Jacksonville, Wednesday' attendingthe attending cuinp-inoi'tlnjf and vUltlnrlenda. \ 31. "
."fie have used Herblne In our family on date of sale. \ I
Ret rid of it
quick by taking $ convention.Mr. .
Personal and Social. S turpentine operators
g for eight years and found It the best Tickets limits ( :
bearlnlionger are on
There was Sunday schunl and .
and Mrs. R. C. Mlddleton medicine we ever used for constipation .
sale at rates.Further .
No. 44. I proportionally higher
In K.: church Sunday
"" "" "" .. reached Pomona Wednesday night reaching the M. bilious fever and malaria. Sold by Aok- '
extensive. tour a. ni. Owing to Inclement Information obtainable from WI
after an wedding erman-Stewart Drug Co. I
It IH. the most speedy remedy j Tom Russell has returned from a through the west. They will be "at weather, there was not any Rpworth O. V. WIIiLSON. Depot Ticket Agent
known, "as 5 or 0 done will i : week' fishing at Daytona Beach liome" after October 1st. League meeting: All la. I or J. H. HAUUHTON, City 'ireket it ,

cure any cane. It acts on theIIv..r visited Quite a grateful change lu the "How did you feel when yon found Agent,1'alatka.ATLANTIC. .
better Miss Sarah Andersen MMS| Ethel Smith spent a day" or
than calomel and
weather-b l /K (inlte cool and youraclf overboard 7"
(loon' not (rlpe or sicken. friends In Palatka over Monday and two In Omega( the past week, J'
"As If I were nil In, gHipect the resuscitated
When given according to Tuesday. On Thursday Sept. iUt.h. to Mr. merrlly.-
Joker, gurgling
directions we guarantee you ) been and Mrs. W. 8.: Mlddleton. a aon.We WEL KA.
will have no more chills and Oliver Chamberliii has understand that Mr. Mlddleton Philadelphia Ledffi'r.

fever. Price only 2O Cent spending th. past week or more at III talking of milking\ the young man F. E. Itneder wBiitclown Pahuut kit L-

per bottle. Daytona Beach. Junior partner III the firm of D. H.H"ybon' .lest Tuesday, on biiHlness. FOR SALE.; 'r
For ante lit Co.VI) are not surprisedr ,
11001O.Ha.. ...'. Mill. Mrs. Frank Uauller and Miss Hun- he Is a remarkably line boy amid Mrs. C. Ij. Clreeuwnnd and Mice The exeoutora of the estate of Edwin -. -- ___--- ------S- --__ ----- --- ___ 'I>
H., A. Itlnic'D. Mlwo. ter have been spending the past two 'line' already demoiintriited his pre toycroft have rcturnud from a visit Gilbert decensnd offer for gala the '1)1- '
O. A. Kimwltoii" 1on.. Pfiinoiiu. with Mrs. Kirby In 1'alntka.,
I 11. B. It..y hon A Oo'H. (Jom... weeks In Paiatka. cocity. lowing propurty situated at Crescent COAST LINE 11 \
Illntl HtO'H.(jiorffi.towa. On Thursday, Sept., 13th to Mr. iultfo I. J. McLnod mad a visit City. Florida: All of Blocks ((10 and.I 10.
.1 Hiirrlmiirn. I). HoMnHiiii'Htoro.,,"Ileiivci'.vllll' ,.. Mrs. E. J. Harper recently paid a and Mrs. ().'(+. Cordon, u daughter to Falatka taut Friday. Block 11. Including the Houthlleld Hotel it
IkV.fl A. HmUli.CurrMiniiy' J FIB. visit to her daughter Mrs. K. M. .Surely, Pomona IB growing. The Nlc Nac Club met with Mire mind furnlahtuga. cottage and barns. Two Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia,
J. M. uvuton, HiKiii muff Kiu. oll Hevllle. lots on Central Avenue In Block 13.
J Robinson Miss Leda Houston arrived from Rosa Hollcy hint Tuesday evening Northwest quarter of Block 20, and part North Carolina South Carolina.The
Lound's Drug Store Dr. U. F. Sprague spent Monday. Keuka Thursday", night. and has 8H. and enjoyed themselves Immensely of Block 2Ion Crescent Lake. Terms I
In PaJatka where he found a welcome seined her position HS assistant In the Several new games were played Ice cash. For prices and further particulars .
cake and Oreat Travel from
Crescent City Fla. t'omona school. Slie came to Florida ( cream and were served at address, Highway of
from many old friends. 11 o'clock the club adjourned to meet
mouths from Arkansas
.", E. J. Harper has been appointed a and a we few trust she may ago find her work next JcLeod.with. Misses IN'tttiu and Viola DAVID CARLL, Counsellor at Law, Florida-Kast, West North, South i iTo

officer for duty Saturday most enjoyable in the "Land of (
special police 20 Broad, New York City.
4. Flowers. A party of ladles and (xentlemen the East tbe Famous
I I and Sundays.
SPStL.osr: : 0-21-KW. $
Mrs. Welch and her daughter arrived went for a launch ride to the bridge .
Rev. Mr. Hogarth( baa contracted in town Friday from North at I; liulfalo lllufl and return. Florida and West Indian Limited.

Dentist. with the county school board to Carolina, where they have been The Whist Club met with Mr. and Low
.-- -.. -- bring in the Denver pupils for the spending the summer.. We are glad Ire. Greenwood luat Thursday even- and New York Express. 1

omo. al _ld Oosoent City Florida they; will find this heat rather enervating The visitors were Mr. and MI'.. Ciiron To the West :.:J:
R. I. Boardman has returned from after the bracing air of. the Paine. Mr. Palue won the gen.
a two weeks' vacation. at Summer nountaln lemon's colors and Mrs. Dallow the Rates Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" 'via Atlanta. 1

StJartn Rlvrby DeyllBht. Haven beach greatly refreshed and W. M. Williams ami Mrs. E. S. udlos. Tha club In. to meet next .1

The Invigorated. by the sea air. Green of Welaka were In town Fri- week with Mr. and Mrs Paine at VIA Pullman Cars and Through Coaches on all Trains. t

Beach &: Miller Line, :Roane, the newly elected day visiting the new grandson and Nashua. Atlantic Coast Line Mileage Books, good to( all points, via all ,

._..ORF8VENT.LavM Mis. Anna Crescent City Junior nephew.H. Miss tattle Smiley Rave a dance Southern rains as far Eattt as Washington, and as tar West at St. Louis, Cin- .
JackonvIlm.onTueyu Thurudays principal of the A. Perry returned frcm Auburn. and party at her mother's. home In innnti and New Orleans ; rates $25.00.
;.nd uturtuyu MIM: .. ... for clr..,n cove, high( school wa. a visitor In dale Saturday; where lie has been Tultlmi-J last Friday. night to a I .
r.n :I O..elll. Clty *nd >rll""l>"1 WsJW.dn. town last Thursday and Friday.M. spending. week lu the \Ve tern UnIon umber of frlencln. Time purler, wile Consult the Purple Folder '1
of telegraph( olttoe. cleared of furniture and the guests RailwayDetroit for details and fall information regarding rates Pullman
I.Ity OD H. Read Is getting a number tiled the room completely. After a reservations
T''Pb''Y.'ld.;:: :::::fi"aod"*"Mon(1* 10010'y" Laura l7.. m.atTveL' inquiries regarding town real estate Miss Emma Olmstead will leave number of square dunces. Miss Smll- schedules. .Call on your nearest\ ticket agent. or write ".
the coming wlute Pomona In a few days for her new I lay served her truest with a nice FBAMK a BOYL8TON. Diet. Pass Ageot.V.. D. STARK T.aveIlDg1'ae.. Afft13H
PIIIIu and
wn rt fhot ., and It I. thought Mich., re
of U>moo duties In MoMeekln where She will
niton, which wan enjoyed very West Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville Florida. .
season. will add many new settlers to teach school the coming year. We much. After refreshments more 44.05 turn. Tickets Hold dally; ''1 I
the town congratulate heir on her success but .(nuaro dances and a few waltzes limited October 31. 1900.StiratogmaSpringim. W. J. CRAIG, Pasaengor Trafflo Mgr. T. O. WHITE. Oen'l Paaeenger Ageot "

A. Cartmel of Jacksonville' was are sorry to lose her from our com wore indul|"* d In, and at I :110. all left N.Y., General Offices Wilmington. ,North Carolina.Admluistrator's .
B.TORREY.Undertaker A. R. munlty.oft. for home after thanking Mrs. and 54. I 0 --- --- .
Tickets sold
In the city Monday Interviewing( our \\ .. Holmes Erwin I Is moving Into Kim Bmlle'y for the delightful time and return. Notice. 4itW QQQ W 4'4'M.
and Embalmer. of dally limited October 31. 10011.
orangesn ;
and growers they to all. A
merchant her cottage In the Tillage this (gave
which new Luke N.Y. and Blx montbi after date to.wuII!: October A. T). H. READ ;
his house George, ,
Full the interests of week, and will clone her pretty home Mrs. E. H. Green took of ,
line of OaskeU and Coffins. ; : a party 5 Qua, I will,M the kamlnlntrmtorof th .o9mta\ of
deals In orange box \material. on links Bioward for the present. ladies and gentlemen down to Pulatka 55.9 return. Tickets sold dil- ROH. Boott dacueuwil prmant my tlnukacvounland .

Telephone White Is spending the week Mr. Chas. Cook and. her daughter. lust Friday on the launch. Hatllla:: Iy ; limited October 31, J006. County vouoheni, .Florida to,the anil County ask to bedlnohargQ Junge of Putnam.t from : REAL ESTATE. I
CRESCENT CiTY FLORIDA M. U. Miss Edith: Cook spent several days to meet and briny/; back her friend St. Paul or jVIIniieapo- sums further uUmmlMtratton: : t>( **sia! mtHtF.B.K1EDKK.,.
-- ---.. in Jacksonville' and &..aoilloll. Mrs.. lu Jacksonville last week. I M |IBM Berthit !Morrison who willspend 33, lIe., Minn., amid return. Admoministrator.Tht. : : : :Orc.nt City, Ma. ? ,

White Mrs. Benham and Miss Gertrud Bblnu and son, Calof 1 a few day. vUltlng Mrs.. Ureen. Sold Aug 10, 11, 12: ; limited Aug. 31 ; April lOtb.A. II., tourt. 4t35m -
Crescent City Transfer Co. Benbam are In the meantime have Mrs.returned O. W. from their summer Rev A. O. JCUoock preached atthe extension September 30.11)00Niagara ) ''The Howe' property-"Cres

till ylnltintc. )lr.. and Mr. Lecher 10 the north to their pretty home at Southern Methodist church last Falls., N. Y., Executors Notice: cent) Hill"-Is now on the market ..t' '

"outs all train at Oi-esornt City Juno B. Curtis of Palstka. I the upper end of the lake. !Sunday morning and evening. 48*95 and return. Tickets sold flrnui Ills account month, *after nd votiohara.dau. w. will onocutoni present. o( our the LOTS $1OO. :

tlon. Night train by appointment.B. A. Braddoek A. C. L. agent The Christian Endeavor service nt Miss Minnie Itoyoroft leaves forher dally; limited October 81. 1\)00.\ Estate: of Theodore 8 Davis,., dtcua...d., and Particular attention given to : ,
Spicer home_in Kentucky. during" the .Hit to .IM dlwbarKed from the further adrnlnld- '
U. "ABBEB. Manager. at Seville, who hs. for some time the Congregational led church Mr. Courtlitnd Hundny: wetk. She:: bums. been visiting Mrs. U. Toronto Canada, and ration of she estate of said deceased.Aitmitic Crescent City' property listed .j..
was by J. lt VEA.C,
hospital In OO 5- return. Tickets sold dally -
been III at the railway Middleton. After the service nextJunday L. Greenwood for the pant month. PAUL O.:5MTiI.Kzceutor8., with me.
Is reported as Improving there will be a i Ducal She made quite a number of friends. ; limited October, 1WI. .
WaycroM.Ga., evening .. ..
W. .. ...
B. : May tttta. 1006.Iilucation
8HOTWELL and topes are entertainednow business meeting of the society. who will all bt sorry to have her Atlantic City, N. J.and ____ _ _u __ .1'

Builds Row Boats, that he will entirely recover.' And every officer and member is leave. 44. / return. Ticketsnolddallyj: Notice.
Repairs earnestly requested to be present dnorue VV. Iturrcll of Buffalo limited October 31 190il.r '.
boats all ,
buggies and make Crescent'sdock dunrdlan ohNor.
at the Motl< IM hereby gITBn Shad an
UDds The warehouse -- tin If was III town liut, Mondtiy havIng by Mail
nf wood work at hlit shop K. I. and Mlwll Altth&Miueml anti Napoleon
repairs eweBowport, re-
l 10 rear of hi. ha been painted white" and the BFBAtNS. the telephone line repaired. I -J. Miacil ntiiotmi I will .ply t h,. petition to .utheniFJe'itis'uICourtOt .
MEAT MARKET. O /O turn. Ticket sold dally; I Fo ie.bem.cemr.io.ecni Putnam CoeD.sy -
and the ;
Crescent City. Fla.it pier has been newly planked S .\'. Bead Claro. Te*. ..entail Huron Oliver' Hind. of Uaorgetixvn Wall I limited October 31. loom). U U 'mm tum...AI'bo.iiO.U.....m .nomom..to.o..,. =... trI.rtma. Cor tcio. 5,1,1 authority to semi..
lI.tllraotof7 work guaranteed at mod In first-cliM condition wrist, sprained BO III fown lust SatunlHy.VV t TrVruiloloirr. ti.amio? Or.. the, fIIowuimg Foci astute 'h'ioiiCinC to said
was U
put TIUMIJWr '
PriaM.dW whole place 11. 1901( : My Wushlnirtpn I>. C. and I .Un.MO.: ThsjMsjsjIily ur \T!.wc*..lfolsMiMsHlsrtL kF HiL Tc t: nl,nor.UB private! or pn ..,unto towttu
coming heavy fruit shipping badly by a fall that It was useless; and lot No. lw lvv (\0 01 tMrtlnn cblrtyo31. _
for the B. Sauderit! and Mrs Semderewept ,5 JtJ < "
return, TluseU sold oally % %r ru 't"L''H iU ? cr .
after tiling several remedies that failed > \ ). <151) HOUtlt of Range
season. Th. old warehouse. adJoining used Ba'lard's' Snow up th! river. on their 'Jnunch limited, October 31, lOire ... TOW"Mhlr.ftln.\, 4O .ntirvii.HAMAII .
nicely fitted up for to give relief, Cruiser last Mundity Pisaengor aDd Ticket Office .. ... BKBJUAVD. GuanlUn.Bnptamber .,
ANTED ben .
-Traveler for esUbllshTwl ha uncut and WM cured. .ro8 ---- Km,IHH. *ia
S HOII.. e Dollars.. weekly community packing h<:use for oommend It to any on* suffering LIOl-1 Mrs Jno. Hutohlnwtn n.nd children. Its W. 1-isy St. Phone 713. If yon want to get your moaey's worth '-'- .. --'"' 2.

0 !W'rt. Kpenses paid.' Bc-fxrencen. tu b* under the management sprain Sold by Aok.rm u-Bt have. returned fcoin ftvluld to NorIk JAS. FREEMAN, Dlst fass Agt.( and see a good COLD',.knock-out ass 'Few....,Gallons{- 'Wears Longer i

FI ddrpa5.. UKOROB B. CLOWN, Palarka\4-7-St of oranges Bls.10 8hlvr. Drug Oo .w Jacli.lonvlUe Florida. Peek's Pin Tar Syrup: u Devoc-. U


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The Palatka News, Mrs. Ella V. Grooms. i U spending' awhile The Putnam High School.The ggSg m
at Crescent Beach.
list of teachers for the coming: '
c Mr*. Dr. E. 'V. Warren has returned school year at Iho Putnam High i'
\ Time
from an extended visit to Vir- school, which opens one week from ; School ;

1- i frlnla.. next Monday. October 1st, has been
City fiarpenirtfl and The Opera House roller skating completed by Superintendent Tucker Almost Here !
I. end should satlsfKc-
be entirely
rink will for the
( open season nextMonday
= Personal) mention. I
night. tory to putrons The list gives ev..ryromhl. vv
"" /r: ., of a successful school ye'... i..\ And It Is time to think
Rev. Dr. J. P. Hllburn.' presidingelder The following HTH the iippulntnipnts: outfits for the children. vv
M. S. Dan U. Sanford, I* yet critically III of the Jacksonville district. 1\1. Prof. I. 1. Jllinen" principal; MNHMyraFlnliM | il.\ I have a full line of
at his home on Lemon at, E. church, south, Is In the city on a iiRRlitnnr, ; Miss KstelleMoKenzie serviceable

Capt. H. Y. Snow Is again catching short visit to his brother, Hon. S. J, Miss Ovurgla Johnson, .\ vv

sea bass at Daytona Beach. Hllburn. :Miss Mary Mi'Lauxhlln, :Mr. Allen. i.t Ginghams,
B. Carrie \iiss BeaNie Spain, MU tt '
D. M. Kirby and. family have returned Strickland's bakery on central Nellie Kellinn \
Mr A. J. (lii rreit. Percales and
from Summer Haven. Lemon street la making such a superior I
Brown'sClothing The ncldltloiiHl, vv
quality of bread and rolls Hint following appointment \
4 Hon. Aaron Varnes of Harlem was the sales are Increasing very tost for county schools have been tt \ Chambrayssuitable
In the city a few hours last Wednes There also it restaurant In connection rnnde Mc.Met-kfii\ Miss Emma lj. ts
with the bakery where excel Olmstead ; San Jlflllpo 'Miss Made. i for school
day.Capt. Rogers; Bnrdln. Mr. L W. Bluck. and waists for the
lent home cooked meals are served i ,
B. F. McGraw of Buffalo .
Call and the
Bluff this week.has been a visitor in the city at getting 20 cents popular, which with also visitors seems to to the be Mangled By Cars.Eugene \i No trouble to show ,; greatest help.

city fora day. My Dress Materials are
Hell Industrious
and .
an we sell
The I. M. Meyer Co's. store was New and cannot) :
Mrs.. Dr. W. H. Rosenberjr and worthy colored mini of Lake City .\ you ;
closed yesterday on account of the \ or
loc..1freight prettier patterns vv satisfactory
Master Almon Kosenberx returned employed as brnkemau on the
Jewish New Year. V In
from Atlanta last Saturday Mrs. train of tho U. 8. &" F. IVy / bargains anywhere .I low.

Hats Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. E Oay are to Rosenberg had been In that city was horribly mangled by being run i''
spend a week or two in Jacksonvilleand some six months, owing to the critical down by his train whllo engaged III city.Hattie line.
Pablo Beach. Illness of her daughter, Mrs. WH. coupling oars at tho big "Y,'' Just beyond '* N. 8
Vorus who Is now convalescing' the Union depot Wednesday l
Mrs. M. Charles will
Shoes andFurnishings Jessie resume and making steady progress toward morning.: It.seems the eughte started 'b Pal atka, Florida ,
her her
teaching October 1st at rest
before Bell vnulil.
; dence, 209 ourth street. .complete recovery. the oars. get-from between _._._._._._.<. :;. Co.
= : : :....
Mrs. Patton Anderson, president of 'be.'C c.oceoc1m
Miss Nellie Marshall Is spending The wounded lI11It11 was broughtIn
the local U. D. C. hits
chapter sent to the ------ ---
for and Drs
a while with her grandfather, Maj. U city treatment
P. Fowler, at Hastings. word that the meetings 6f the chapter Cyrus and Welch amputated his .
will be resumed next month, the right arm Ht the shoulder. His left I
R. S. Mooney Is recovering rapidly Brat to be held at the home of Mrs. linnd was also crushed and his legs

from his recent Illness and will soot S. J. Hilburn on '1'hur.lalOct.ober'' horribly mangled at. the fleshy part., -
For theFall be able to assume business. 4th. Sbe; also urges a full attendance though no bones in his legs were Miss Kale - -- ...

Miss Rosa Coxe Is spending the of the members at this meeting on broken. The man was taken to +----" -=-.
week In Oajnesvllle. the of the ground that arrangement are to Oxgood's) restaurant where ho died Begs to announce the I :
. her sister, Mrs. A. L. Glass. guest be then made for holding bazaar.M. during the night. Ii)) stock I : .: :: . :::
andWinter rival of her
: 8. Brown's clothing store wee Bell was about 85 years of nlr" and large / ,
Foreman O. G. Grimm of the Wilson closed yesterday owing to the fact leaves a family ut Lake City. He

Cypress company has gone on a that the day was the Jewlsji New was an old nnd, faithful employe of Fall and Winter Sundries an
six weeks vacation to Michigan. Year. On Saturday the /UOth will occur the road.Death 1. -I

: Mrs. U. H. Wlgff and family returned the day of atonement when Mr.Brown's COMPOUNDED.
Sunday from a pleasant and store will also be closed until ef Dr. V. F. Moody Dress Materials
Agents Mallory
beneficial outing In St. Augustine.Miss sundown. The day begins at SteamshIp : I
Dr. Vincent F. ;
sundown on Friday and lasts until Moody a former II which include all that : ..
:. are now open Sarah Andersen of Crescent sunset on Saturday popular citizen of 1'nlatkn, end for
City was the guest of Miss Clyde Home four years connected with the latest in Wool aud
H. L. Ernest the Jeweler has Ackermxn Stewart DrulVo.\ ., died Fabrics both black '
for inspection.It Estes over Monday and Tuesday.J. -
your leased one of the middle stores In and
at his home In Orlando last Tuesdayat Supplies.
,V' Gllsson the well-known turpentine the block which will colored) as well ns a .
is complete new Merryday 1 p. m. An operation hud been'
a operator and merchant of be fitted up as a most attractive performed on Mr. Moody for peritonitis ; pletelinoof
Men's) Outfitting Stock Bostwlck was lu the city Saturday jewelry store. The front Is being on the Sunday, previous, from I J Ladles Winter all Sizes.
changed so as to alter the window which time he
There will be the usual services a.t gradually grew
and will arrangement. Mr. Ernest Is a fine weaker. 1_ Underwear, I Brownies $1.00 to $$11.11I1.( )
you. St. Mark's church on Sunday to be
:: conducted by Rev. F. H. Richey, the watch man and has long been the Dr Moody went to Oilando last. I Corsets Kid and ; and 'Photo Supplies.
official watch regulator for the Atlantic full. where he pnrchuHnd the Aber-
rector. Coast Line Hallway nathy drug business. He f Silk Gloves and :
was a fllltid. Send for ClltllIIlKU.
Judge Vertrees and the family of Howell A. Davis and lion, Master pharmacist of high rating and was and a full assortment (
J. N. Walton returned from their lolng: a big business, but had been In
Newell, returned Wednesday from a
summer's outing at the beach yes visit with relatives In New Hamp ill health for some. mOil thll. Ladles FiiriilshliiK" E. Rowton.

terday. shire. Mrs. Davis and'little daughter He was_ born In Ocala some 27 1m

t Duncan Bohannan, manager of the Oma will remain for a while years ago. and has a mother mid The new goods urn
J. B. D. Woodburn naval stores longer. Mr. Davis returned earlierIn several brothers and sisters living' at ii)) unpacked as rapidly I '' Cii rule, All I "olllra, wi\t\ to ","'!'
; order be the Wauchula. He was married to aMiss ( lOHt llld 2'KJ d"| .
company was a visitor in the city to present at weddingof possible and will soon | |> /ell
Brigham of New York
Miss Armstead some
Wednesday. his niece which -
two years ago, and his married life i&l> ready for your
event occured in Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newton are Tampa on was a particularly happy one. The '\ [ ,, BA't.I'Y.OfA.... It.I JlII..IARDG.
happy over the arrival of a little funeral occurred Ht Orlando on Wed
The Griffon daughter in their home on Wednesday Bingham (colored) aged nesday. Miss Kale L.Palatka L.
morning. aboutSO years, died last Thursdayafter Dr. Moody was a member of St. t I wpm DIY[[ 8 CO.

Walter Bobbins formerly of this an Illness of only a few days. Johns Lodge, K. of P. of this city ,
city, was married in Arkansas the "Uncle Peter," as he was familiarly and at a meeting of the lodge last Fla. : J I
called was a well.known character night suitable action lamenting his Fire Insurance
His home is :
i Brand other day. now at about the city, where he has driven death was taken. During his four

Council Bluffs, Iowa. a dray for years. He was a kind, yean residence in Palalka, Dr. I
and :
Mrs. A. L. Glass, with her children courteous and obliging old fellow, Moody greatly endeared himself to -- -- ---- ----- -- can Foreign

: of Gainesville will arrive next whose honesty was proverbial. He the people. He was blessed with an iWdS mum \
week for a visit with her parents, will be missed. unusually cheerful disposition and p ; Companies
Hand Judge and Mrs. M. I. Coxe. Miss Eva Brubaker delightfully all who came In contact with him i; I
were attracted by It. There Is Insurance
Mrs. Dr. H. C. Brannen and daugh entertained the Twentieth Century genuine : :
ter.Helen, returned this week froman Club last Friday evening at the sorrow death in I'alatk.iover his untimely I

extended visit with relatives in home of her uncle and aunt Mr. and | : Travelers of Hartford

Tailored Brunswick Oa., and New York. Mrs. F. P. DuPont, on the Heights. Bread .
This was Miss Brubaker's farewellto Died at Ocean City N. J. R : Life I Insurance:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Wilson are
her young friends in this city, her
now in Detroit, Mich., but will arrive marriage to Mr. Frank! Uheahan of Mrs. I. H. Billiard, of this city, :
in Palatka the latter part of the Danville, III.. occurring next Wed. died nt the horn of her daughter, = ia not only (=| Old Ueliable "Uermania

Clothingis present month-probably next week.J. nesday evening at Federal Point. On Mrs. it. U. Gibson at Ocean City { but so also are bill 1'n
J. last
L. Burton, wife and daughter Monday evening a called meeting of! arrive In Palatka Monday. body will Life" of New York
were in the city yesterday en routeto the club was held at the home of evening, accOhIllflhl -
led by members of the family I- Buns Rolls
a Leader their home in Crescent City froma Miss Mae Carson on Oak street, at and II ;= \
season at the Summer Haven which, time matters of Interest to the funeral will be from the Marine_ Insurance:
members were discussed. Presbyterian church Saturday mornIng Pies Etc. : j
: aa toStyle beach. at 10 o'clock. ,M. Laadirug
Fabric and Miss Alida M. Gardner, formerly Among the business visitors to this 'l'hlllinformatioll came to tho News M
assistant In the Palatka High School, city yesterday was Col. H. M. de by telegram from Mr. I. Walter Hill- Suppose You Try Them I : i
Finish. is teaching at Green Cove Springs Montmollin, of Palatka, a member or lard on Wednesday, but up to this M Claims Promptly
as so also is Miss Ada Miller, of the (Inn of the Stanton Foundry and time Thursday afternoon, there are 'f If you like them the } .
'Twill pay you Francis. Machine Works. Col. de font. no particulars concerning the cause will call and Settled.
mollln's firm Is classed among the of death. III on get {

to look at W. 8. Middleton of Pomona was In largest and best of its kind lu the Mrs. Hllliard was severely 111 with iI orders from time to 28 Front' St., Fi.LATii.FL*
if lit
the city yesterday. He states that state, making all the castings for pneumonia last spring, from which L "G:
this specially all the houses In his town have been this division of the Atlantic CoastLine she bad not fully recovered her f. Our Bakery I

attractive line of engaged for the coming winter and which alone keeps a large forceof strength when she left for the north .$. The Product WhOLE.H I'I'j
more are needed. men engaged. The firm also doesa early In the summer. '

MEN'S SUITS. Miss Emma Coxe of Jacksonville large business the phosphate and She Is survived by her husband H SOME. '
has been spending the week with sawmill plants throughout the state two sons, Mr. Chat. M. Hllliard of Bonsand
her parents Judge and Mrs. M. I. Including this section.-Gainesville Tampa and Mr. J. Walter Hllliard = 0. L. Strickland = j
Coxe. She expects to return to Sun. of this city and one daughter, Mrs.

Jacksonville Sunday. Dana Walden the young magician, li. C. Gibson of Philadelphia. M Grooms' Old I Stand.: ...
There will be
sorrow in all homes
now In New York, has been meeting '
t James Green the well-known ma.nager with much onconrngement In the At the news of her death. N_lUIlIPlJluh!:< $ 11IZ;' lLLii:
of the timber interests of the

Wilson Saginaw Cypress, Mich.Company, on a brief has visit goneto to practice entertainment of his profession at Canostota He gavean N Their Golden Wedding. ::- : I Homs-Mada Candies

his family. Mrs. Green will return Y., the other day and the Journal of The fiftieth anniversary of the Rat- ng new added
with him and spend the winter here. that place says of him: "Dana wedding: of Mr. and Mrs. Welcome
Hats Waldon, the magician, entertaineda I Browning was celebrated at tbelr Roach- I ( day.
Mrs. K. Borson of Crescent City good sized: audience at the Bruce [. ... ,
home In Francis on Sept. llth, or. ttraet* tit. T nnln by its odor
yesterday.was a guest at She the la Saratoga just returning. Hotel last evening of Twentieth with a mystifying Century;; Illusions. exhibition 'their children, grandchildren: and I I 111 MAITHKK'H and I die InnUntly, iNSECT". I L. A. SMITH ,

many friends. I lure death to I bcdbugi,anti, fleas,
in soft and stiff from a two month's sojourn at Day Mr. Walden has achieved a The parlor was tastefully decorated I ": \ .. drug LriiKtn Ht, I'ulatliu.I
I.M.11 :
tona Beach. Mr. Borson and the considerable of a reputation In his In i .,............ anti_ irnlrl'I'ha._. .._ I hAil nAnfima..... I D. 0ev. 1 :
shapes. servant left for borne on Thursday profession fur a young man. It was on brideanIgroompatnnderl n. .m uu -beautiful "'J ,' __ :_______--__ -- ==

morning by the overland route. his first appearance in Canastota and arch of green and gold where NOTICE OF APPLICATION

The ordinance of baptism will be his clever work kept the audience they received! warm congratulations Tax Deed Under Section 8 of (
Laws of
4888. Florida.
administered at the close of the even continually guessing how his marvelous From their children and friends, the

Ing service at the Baptist church and apparently Impossible bride t wearing an elegant silk dress, Yolverton Notice Is bereby given that.. Business Man:
tricks His purchaser tax
were performed. reper- .
the she
next Sunday, and all are cordially same wore on her wedding
torte consisted Illusions with gloves, No. 42 dated the 4th day of (
lines of
Rev. day fifty
Leading invited to attend. pastor years ago.
A D 1904 has Bled
handkerchiefs billiard balls said certl '
coins that
both the Many beautiful In know
J. J. Farmer, will preach at colored paper, watches, flowers, etc. presents gold my offloe. and has made. : you ,
and services. were received them
morning evening among were tax deed to Issue In letterheads and other
Shoesfor Mr. Walden has a most fascinatingand four ten dollar gold coins from their
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Douglass of entertalng manner and will always four sons.11ev. Said certificate embraces the is an advertise
Chicago spent Sunday here the bewelcome In Canastota." Mr. Jones of Interlachen described property eftuated In .. :
BOYS o-iiaaru of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. E. Gav. L conducted county, Florida, to-wlt; for your business?
MEN and --- ----- religious ceremonies and
:Mr. Douglass Is one of the confidential Mr. T. B. Hicktmlooper read several Pt of Coolfaclo! Grunt .. it certainly is.
; Found in River.
men of the great packing houseof Body point\>n east bank of St. Johns ,
original In and
at right prices.Neckwear. Armour&" Co., and as such his duties Employe of the Wilson Cypress composed pieces for the prose occasion. poetry After the mouth of Graveyard Branch jt is cheap stationery(

take him to all parts of the company's mill discovered the bodyof this; all were Invited out under the. branch being I the n. boundary \! t with cheap print- ,
country.Mr. a man floating the river near broad plnzaa where tables had been Mays grove, thence up branch
.. R. C. Howell and Mrs. W. H. their lumber docks on Monday morning arranged, and sumptuously set with head, thence 70 degrees.. to the the man to whom you(
and the sheriff was notified. and of t/'oolfacto) Grant at a point 1 the idea
Hoyt left for New York yesterday. many tempting choice kinds of will have <
Mr*. Howell will be away about two, The body proved to be that of cake and ice ureani. After all had from ee cor of said grant, thence bus-
months. Mrs. Hoyt will meet her David Kevins, a white man who for regaled themselves to lncreasedr>dlnenslnnH. degrees e on grant line 2.400ft, you do .a cheap)

husband in New York and with the the past two weeks had been employ. the cutting of the bride's 70 degrees w. to Ht. Johns river, \ i !!. '
Shirts i exceptlou of winter visits Palatka, ed at the Belden Cypress Door Co. cake to find the ring, -thimble and Bouth-westwurdly up bank of
will hereafter reside in that city.T. and who came to this city some three coins baked In It, was participated lit place of beginning; containing ,\ ah order us.
weeks ago.Justice .and highly enjoyed by old and young acrAs section 37, township 0, : : 1 will the HOOD i
Underwear B. Anderson was In the city Rowton and Sheriff Howell alike. The said land being assessed yon

Wednesday en route to Morganfleld, after investigation, decided that Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Browningwere date of the issue Ice of such eer I of paper and pr'Liitiilg.Vrito .
Ky., where he goes to spend a short an Inquest was not necessary. The married In Ohio. Sept llth, 10 the name of Unknown ".
: his children. He e.s said certificate shall be for price list.
Hosiery vacation with man was seen about the docks late 850.. Mrs.Browning's maiden name. J
states that his mother, Mrs. Gen. Sunday evening and he was drunk. was Miss Sarah U Pierce. They according to law, tax deed will
Patton Anderson will return to her The cause of his death may safely be moved to Iowa and from there they thereon on the 20-b day of 1 NEWS JOB
Everything that'sNew home in this city about the first of attributed to-whisky.Nevlns came to Francis, Florida. In 181)4, at A. D. 1906.Witness .- I

and for October.Dr. boarded with :Mrs.! Fowleron which place. they have since resided.contented my offlolalslgnatute I
Nobby had this the 13th day of September, A
He week's (
G. F. Sprague of Crescent Kirby street. a happy, Francis being
Fall and Winter wear City, member of the legislature from wage due him at the mill and this rood enough for them. They have Murk[ISOAL] JOSEPH'
his county during the past two ses- was sufficient to settle his board bill four sons, nil married and living In Circuit Court Putnam (0. Superior PrintingFor

at. . alone, was In the city last Monday and pay a debt of a dollar borrowed 'ranols except Joseph Browning.who NOTICE OF! APPLICATION
The[ doctor was kept busy while here money. In the man's pocket was resides ut D..vtonR-ali good Tnx Deed Under Section 8 of AI"Purposes.
baking hands with his numerous found one lone nickel and a packageof business! men and among the leadlm 4888. Laws of Florida.

rlenda who are always pleased to smoking tobacco. citizens of Francis: and Putnam Notice 1 I" hereby given that FLORIDA.
Nevlns was n man apparently. 40 onnty. .
him. 3ak. r, purchaser of tax '
greet of He was about five feet Mr. and Mra. Browning have lived
M. S. Brown's years age. No. i of :HUD. dated the 1st
:Miss! Pearl Rlngham entertaineda nine Inches in height: and would all these years. consistent Christian A D. IOUI, baa flied said certificate day of ---.- ---- -
number of young friend with ,a probably weigh' KM pounds. He had lives and now have) a good hope ofternal olTlce, and has made application NOTICE.( :
dancing party at her home Tuesday a red mustache and bis hair was life. Though well advancd deed
of her Miss Little tobe .. to la accordance with ... CS ADMINJST5ATItI. sue 'I".f
evening in honor guest somewhat darker. seams In years I heir hearts are still Said certificate .
:: i'hebe Palmer of Lake C'oino. The known of him here. He claimed young: and their love ripe and strong described property embraces situated the '''''. artsrdats I honraf. Hid on )Ion-

Cloml! r old-time square dance wo* a feature to some that be came from Michigan: for each other. They are both loved county, Florida, to wit la the mill., A' !>. ttur. I will': "I*.
the for sheriff In : :: : .w. IMllnntn:, I loIit'?
or the evening and young people and that he once ran and highly respected by the whole' A. to wu of of of OOIlfllS'
net eel, 8 Jlm.f.opo"
of that state. To aen. a ) with rolurnB$
time. )
of the counties ommunlty.
had a Jolly one $0
he from of eel section, 22., township 10, l ber.,l't.di,lH r.::: IO''o'I'': : i|>ly lit.: S
AND Dr. R. L. Moniker DeLand other. he stated that came 84-20 acres. : ; : :: of .'
; Rev. rflssourl. He was hurried at the ex- Rather .early for outing' flannel*, The said land lln l die.h&fl4 l u the ** """uiI.
was in the city over Tuesday night being assessed : IIi:: r .
of the county. but the ladles can see some verychoice ? s AAM
and a part of Wednesday. He was pause date of the Issuance of such ess* : '
from Atlanta patterns, Just arrived, at In the name of Edltorla AdmlnUir&trlM. :'r ins Eeai.Ot;P.9.'
home home .
his Co. ..
all way
Gelll ls'$ Filer where he baa been laid up for Another Turpentine Deal. kind Miss of Hattie material N. Buky'to make Just into the es. said certificate/ shall be "", "'!_DucsstiOd. -iu-
up .1
month with malaria and according to tax deed
over & O. O. Alvers of Slsoo has today con- pretty, serviceable klmonas. Lots sue thereon Beautiful China.
he I la reoover- on tho 20th
from which now quite day of
the (nearest also .
ed. During his brief stay In Palatka eluded the purchase of other new goods coming obey A.. 0 IttOB.

.: MO FIO. Dr. Honlker called on many of hi* of Iros R.' turpentine 0. Mlddleton tract la at Middleton Pomona. FOR BALK-Piano. Price $175. this Witness the lIla my ofllalal signature | of fine hauBtrecel]pieces. He eda sINaI5 choice
There day of
friend and parlshoner September, A
old The' consideration for this half inter Enquire H. E. Tubbs, Florahome, ISeal bent goods. In Palatk our
cordial welcome awaiting ] JOSEPH (
I. always St. Calland
him In this city. est Is given. 15OUO. Florida. Clark circuit 0,. of Putnam Ce. ;, Is pomlnst In now.

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