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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: February 15, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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FALATKA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lb, 1907. *l. Per Year.


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fi $$ The Right Sort of Progress.The BALTIMORE SUN-BEAMS. WELAKA.The .

Palntka Bonrd of Trade Is Providence seldom guides a man
LATE STATE NEWS.
fnlt hrully |""rail lug Ita policy to Improve to a roof garden to shoot hU. rival.. United States Fish Communion
We Must Have I mill, beautify the city. At ninenthiK ] boat Fish Hawk has arrived and
of the board Monday IIIKht Senator:: Dryden still claims to be will be stationed here for sometime
a committee I of ten wits nppolntpcl to one of the common people, which the Hastings IIIIR about 8,000 acres While here they will hatch
co-npnintH" with 'a. "011I11I II tee from common people resent planted In potatoes this aenson.Tallahngaee out and distribute about bere a lot of
Woman's Fortnightly l Club. uuUrr Not even the moot rabid objector i little shad so that the fishermen will
Authority of the city council and has the courage to raise his voice will have a dally pa- have better luck fishing 111.a year or l
J FLOOR SPACE county roininlHHlonelR clear oil, aicalnata pension bill no matter how per during the salon of the legisla so from now. The Fish Hawk U a
grade/ amid plant piihnx, iiiHKiiollna mnny millions It takes out of the ture. nice neat and trim craft and ha.* a
and other slmclti trees on both the Treanury. A116-pollndAfrican pompano was nice set of officers two of whom have
city and court hou".lots" The selection t captured In the waters near Miami their wives with them.
When the President can't
and planting of Ireea I has been even
l left to HIM Indies of tits committeeFrom keep politics out of the canal, contract last Monday Mr and Mrs. Jacob Clark his) ,
l On which! to display' the mammoth stock of ; the Womnn'a Fortnightly Club. how can he expect: to keep The United States grand Jury at brother, wife and daughter Miss Elsie -
Spring' .The county comiiilHHloiiers are nleooonsldeilrift graft off the Isthmus of Panama? Jacksonville continued to grind out Mr. and Mrs. Rhode., Capt. and
t 3 rr Clothing which is now ruliving. 'E Mia advisability of removing The Society for the Suppression of Indictments for peonage. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Brady have returned -

In order to nccouiplinh this nil the old wooden stiuctums, Useless Noises seems .u long time Herbert A. Ford a prominent citizen Ocklawaha from to a Silver weeks trip up the
result in tIle short Springs.:: They ,
hum house If satli-
the court ( ,
square around
to Senator
Kevorldge. r
getting of Ocala, died
: at his home In had u very pleasant trip and enjoyed
time I left us we have decided, to let the fntttorv arrangements|; cnn he imidaw that city last Saturday morning.
}people! have ith the IHBSPVB of the bulldltiKS.. If the J/ ps limUt on trouble, we tonmensely. L.J.McLeod
all our This U progress clung I light linns- might! send raft over to alt down on Tomatoes are being shipped dally i was captain of the launch and H. E.
keep It Itolul\ their little counliy.CotiKrrss from the lower oust const and the i Wald engineer. -
crops are reported to be In excellent
has begun Investigate condition. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Greenwood entertained -
the Investigators.No the Whist club at their
Winter Weight Clothes A NEE! JUST LIKE SLEEP. Hon. Albert J. Wlnburn state pretty homo on Elm street last
Thomas F. Ryan In not in the senator from the twelfth district, 'Thursday night enough for three
!. til. loitlncl of Natural Death. norm Panama deals lint there are I those died pneumonia at his home near tables being present Mrs. H. E.
at slight margin above New York Manufacturer's H. ID Mankind f who wait at the gate until" the oth..rm..n Mayo about noon lust Sunday, Wald again won the ladles colors

'? a Cost. The most convincing fact In proof of brliiK out the "surns Joseph linwman, a negro law- and. Mr. Greenwood sr. the I'entlelIIen'a. -

:;t' the existence In man of an Instinct of The Sweettnnham apology Is no yer of Jacksonville, was arrested .

This natural lentil seems to me that reported Joke. Monday night on a charge of obtaining Quite a party of young folks had a .'
5j4 t means Stylish, Hand-Tailored, Elegantly by Toxnraky In relation to an old Lpt us not be Judged by our Thaw money under false pretenses and picnlo out ut Beeoher Springs last .I.Wedneltd..t. .
Finished Suits of the Most Desirable E i woman. In tbe lifetime of Toxarslty: I trials. uttering fuigery. All had glorious time ;
? bogged an acquaintance of Ills to ob- S. A. Rawls president of the State and would like to go iigatn. Those ..?
Fabrics for Everybody.There ] tain for me tile details of this most Interesting The eminent counsel have seen fit Board of Trade has Issued a call fora who went were as follow: Mr*. F.
to arrange a resplt fur MM. Thaw, meeting; of that body to be held In C. Cochran, Mrs. O L. Greenwood
case of which I had found
but how .about the rest of u.?
isn't Jacksonville Mrs. Clent Packard Misses
a shop worn or shoddy garment 4 Wednesday February Smith::
but Tox-
4 an Incomplete statement. I The Democratic Qrja"laRt Ion ought 20th at 10 a. m, In the luitltorlum. of Nettle and Viola McLeod Letha
in this store. arslty unfortunately could add nothing I to take a lesson from the Ijlnthloum the Jacksonville. Board of Trade. Mack, Eva" and Ellun Omen Bessie
to what he bad published his article. 'supporters and smoke up. Effective at midnight Saturday, Crosby Jen und Sllvy: Hlsaook,
cloth-( I belief, however, that I have found the following changes were announced Helen Cochran the Misses Bray and
the source from which his Instance bad The Supreme Court appear* to hff on the Atlantic Coast Linn : Miss Marlon llelquey of Nashua and t
ins every man and youth in Putnam County eau been taken. becoming thoroughly Teudylzed. !Morton Riddle, general superintendent Chas and Crill Williams, Frederick

; In his book upon the physiology of The American, Ice Company refuses of the Bfoond division, at Savannah Cochran and Dr. W. A. Brewster

Start the Year taste, which had Its day of celebrity. to thaw out, no matter what succeeds H. A. Ford, general L. J. McLeoil went down to Palat-
E- Rightwith Brlllat-Savarln relates tbe following: the rest of ua do. superintendent of the Third division, ka on Monday

"I had a great-aunt, ninety-three years Noneot Mr. Rockefeller's *2,000! ,. at JnckMonvllle Ford In Resigned to Mr. F. C. Cochran and family and
a new suit and have the satisfaction of knowingthat old who "'B'S dying. Although for some Out will be needed In Boston. J.other N. Brand duties now at Wilmington superintendent, N. C.ortranslll"tRt.lon Miss Smith:: made a visit to Palatka

time confined to her bed, she bad retained during the week.. .
Commissioner Garfield admits that at Savannah
he. is well dresssed I the best succeeds -
as as ot ,them. .
all her faculties and her condition
the Government cannot curb corpo Riddle. K. R.. Wootten now Qnlte a number of liullva and -
was only betrayed by her loss of rations. Maybe that Is why Brother superintendent of the Richmond division sited( the Fish Hawk gentlemen on
'appetite and the weakening of her Harriman don't get worried. succeeds Brand Sunday:: Lieut. Wallace Very kindly
In this store the Clothes
lire you'llworn see p voice She bad always shown a fondness Junllce Fitzgerald happily known Lloyed S. Tenny.aoslHtant pathologist showed them around.

% today in big cities by men who know pff for me and I was near her bed, the difference between a murder and pomolnglst of the U. S. H. E. Wald went down to Palatka 4
affectionately ready to wait on her, trial and an entertainment for the Dept of Agriculture at Washington, In his launch for "
what style is-who set the style The illustrations which did not prevent my watching morbid curiosity of Idle people I li In the state making experimentsIn gasolene. Monday a supply of .

show of the advance models r I her with tbe philosophical eye I have the handling and transportation
some The Hon. Mr. Wachter doesn't see of oranges with a view to arriving Capt. Packard, Mrs. Packard SMeenrrs.
i ever bad for the things and events surrounding should take his
his
why opponents at the Robt.
of
b a cause the large percentageof and Charles Packard
( genuine Schloas or Kirschbaum suits; medium yrb me. 'Are' you there nephew candidacy In a laughing matter decay In the shipment of Florida and little Charles all went down to j,

length semi-formfitting splendid examples of she asked, In a scarcely audible voice. Fornkcr evidently Intends. to make fruit. A number of experiments Palatka last Saturday:: in Capt. Pack- l
'Yea, aunt; I am here at your service all summer engagements for his made at Arcadia recently when ards pretty launch the Ymlr; they 0
good taste and good fashion. anti I think you would do well to takea Brownsville minstrel show. fruit was handled In the ordinary returned that night.Preparations .
little good old wine'Give, man way, which permitted a drop of two
And the poor Government- clerk feet from the slzer the showed are being made for
to bin -
They are not too extreme and not too staid; ami. One can always swallow liquid has no extra-pay coupons attachedto 70( per cent of decay In three the St.:: Valentines dance which Is to
I hastened. Raising her gently I made take here
place during the week.
you will find them as good style a year from qtr her take half a glass of my best wine. his salary. In weeks while the by avoiding this drop Miss Stella
Ambassador Brvue will probably handling fruit the same lot Smith of Pomona and
now as today. They are some among our She at brightened for a moment and, lookIng make. sure that there are no more showed only 9 per cent decay. her cousin Miss "Smith' of Pennsylvania
me with eyes which had once jealous woman attaches of the British In speaking of the drainage document were In town one day during the
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many attractive Clothes-models for gentlemen ? been very fine, 'Tbauk you.' she said, Embassy. filed with Clerk E. U. Locke of past week. :. 3
'j 'for this last favor If ever you reach the United States circuit court last Lee Smith after a week' stay here .
in and them all. Besides the -
Come see F r my age you will find that death be- Americana provisional Infllctdng"Florodora" government Monday, the Tlmes-Unlonof| Tuesday with friends has returned to Pomona.
the
are"
comes i need just like sleep.' says: "Allowing Lax) words to
John Green
and Misses Eva and
Cubans
Remember, this sale is no closing out of tJ "These were her last words half an on the the column, set solid, the report of Ellen .Green of Frultland were In I
lb hour later sbe bad fallen asleep forever. !Mr. Harriman sneins to have broken Special Examiner Adams shows that town one day during the past week. ,
musty, shop worn garments of antiquated style, We unmistakably have here an Instance the combination In New York's the 241,200 words of testimony pro Harry Parker of Palatka
trust. and con, would fill 201 columns of the spent
but a sale of Bi& of the Instinct of natural death society Times-Union. There are seven col- Sunday and Monday In our pretty
SCHLOSS CD The Instinct was shown at a relatively Very few crazy men can show a umns to the Times-Union page, and little town.<
early age In a person who bad retained fool record equal to Harry 'rhaw's.Sun dlvidingthe 201 columns by seven, Mr. and Mr*. Sam. Jordan have
1906-07 Winter Goods. CLOTHES (MAKERS BALTIMORE ACWYORK Elle MetchnlkoDt In Ilaiper's. In Its schoolhouses for the little Japs. port would fill twenty-eight solidages convenient to Mr. Jordan' work. .
? of the Times-Union and then 1

There will be no band accompaniament with this sale. We fire depend New Train Service. Jacksonville to the Congress tipping evidently evil na smarts practiced under In leave ninth page.four columns This Is figured on a twenty-with no LAKE COMO. \

of the Goods and the teal substantial Augusta via. A C. L. RY. Washington. Senator:: Beverldge allowance for headings, etc. Takingthe
alone the ,
High Quality -
ii.g on bill now against
ought produce n average daily paper of fourteen Dr. F.. W. Dlggett wife and child r
reduction in Price at which we offer them.. t Pullman Jacksonville drawing room and Augusta Aleepersbetween Interstate tipping for the benefit of pages and leaving! out all the advertising of Jacksonville, and Philip Dlggett
Pullman of Sheffield
porters "The
England at
are
and the editorial page a"
leaves JnoksonvlllH !H:05 p. m dally
arriving August 7:40: a, m. Eastern :Mr. Ilenist wants to limit bylaw well and this drainage talk would Heights" for a month's stay.
time. The only through rear line be- the amount you can spend on elections fill two complete papers, of fourteen !Mrs. Vanderbilt (sister of Mr.
tween these points. Close: connection He evidently overspent himself pages each and leave over four columns Wheeler,) of JMontclalr, N. J. 'Is a
FEARNSIDE CLOTHING at Jacksonville with all triilns for use in the comic supplement guest at the Avenue House.
or as basis for getting out an
the south.
From The Rhode Island legislator just Miss
Ruby Tucker of Pomona
"extra.: This document Is the re- was
See folder.ticket For agent! Information and consult purple and- onii't, decide whose montiy to take. port of Special, Examiner Charles S. the guest of Miss Jewel Mlddleton 1

Pullman reservation write or cull on Funny when a man proposes the Adams, appointed by Judge! James for several days. A
Frank C. Boyloton District Pasntmiror telephone girl BO seldom says W. Locke to take the testimony In Miss Margie Fiske of Pomona, wasa
Anent Atlantic Coast Line, Wire's busy'! the case of the "Southern' "States' Land visitor in town recently.Mrs. .

. Jacksonville, Fla. The politicians still hope "" white and Broward Timber, et al.Company, bill for Injunction vs. N. B., Blood 'la erecting a new houseon
COMPANY man Is comiu' wId a barrel" etc her recently purchased property
I IPatatka. Notice to Creditors and Others. President Roosevelt writes that Her household goods arrived last

Notice ,IH hereby given to the oredltom, teaching is the noblest of professions. LETTER TO S. P. RODDY. week from Georgia.
iMiitm>..llHtrltniletN, and nil perHoim hnv- ." Is that the reason he tries Palatka, Florida. Grandma Holtzgang has returned '
Ins UulmH' or ilttitmiuli uKHliiNt the' Kritnttt the schoolmaster to everybodyand home after
to act
of floury H. Wllnon: lute of Pulniuii County, Dear Sir: What will It cost to sow a very pleasant visit
F'1Oride. Florida- dHceittied, to urvHaiil thorn .. everything In the country ten acres wheat and half daisy mix- with Mrs. Ellck Basford of Welaka.
two yams from tills' "to.. thinks ..d"/and what'll the crop be worth? t
And nil 11II..n.| Indebted to said. Kntnto, Senator McCumber an army The ladles of the V. I. A. will givea
turf hereby required to mllke payment of the officer ought to be satisfied with a We don't know what daisy-seed supper and dance at the Hall,
HIIIIIU' to UK at 01111 uniform without hankering for a costa, nor how bulky It Is; we suspect Feb. :22nd.! Supper from 6 to 9.
'llil January ''ith A. D Ian.1( half half
wheat and daisy would
MAHHlbnVllHONnnd\ free pass on a railroad Dancing and other amusement to
A8AI) !;. W li. h)N, \niKko 'a big crop of daisies and last a folow. Admission 2 cta. Everybody
? Tentnnient It Is now up to the public to consider longtime the wheat might be short
1' $$$1' xmMitom: of the hint Will nnd ; cordially Invited.
of liupry, H, Wllxon 1><'00....<1. >1-1-HW> whether Mr. Rockefeller's contribution The parable throws some light on
of 43XK,000! ) to the "general the cost of paint half whitewash. Epworth League meeting Was held
education fund" Is going to be Whitewash mixed halfandhalfwith In M. E. church Sunday evening led
used In each state for education In paint Is all-paint In look and by Alfred Yeardly.
accordance with stale Ideas, or In feel ; Indeed nine-tenths of the Junior Christian Endeavor meet-
FOR SALE 7Z7'z:? "z? "zz? z? z? ;zz? order to push some one propaganda putnt" In the stores Is part white- ing was held In the afternoon.
favored by a majority of the fcduontlon wash : some half, some more, some Praise and Bible study service was

f.O00o 0 Board. less.Paint held at the Baptist church, Sunday
--- The French, who have been boasting has to be spread with the afternoon.

of their liberty, equality and brush the surface prepared the lad- Howard Gates U erecting a fine
Improved and Unimproved Land Wedding Invitations fraternity for more than 100 years, dots scaffolds pulleys and ropes arranged boat house on his property, on Lake
are now for the first time wrestlingwith and moved there's a great Como. '
an Income-tax law. It Is fraternal deal of labor In putting paint on; It Mrs.
costs 2| to $1 a gallon to do It. W. L. Dlggett and eon Law- Sit
but as all will not
and County. all right,
In Both City Ot1.O son of Seabreeze, are the of
guests
What does It cost to whitewash -
of paint
r10 equally the "equality" part
Cards pay Mr. and
and Visiting Mrs. J. 10'. Gable.
it does not Impress bondholders.. ? Just the same. It doesn't ,
f
Ot1 seem worth while for the whitewashdo
.O 0 000o Senator Foraker Imagines" the"" citizens a harm not good. Mix This at Home. ,
Brownsville .not up" them-
of
Strunz "suicide ," so to speak. Will the paint hold the whitewash The following simple home-made
selves-a poet
Henry
LetterPress
fast whitewash loosen
Engraved .. ? or the the
or The Thaw trial only teaches the paint? mixture la said to readily relieve and v
that the of the transgressor overcome any form of Rheumatism by 9'jl!
old lakson- way Iietter paint paint, the least
Palatka Florida pure forcing the Kidneys to< filter from the .' "
o' Is hard.Government. gallons paint, the least-money paint, blood and system all the urlo acid and
-- o' Printing i in all 4QD clerks are not to get a Devoe. Yours truly poisonous waste matter, relieving' j
"ralae" until they are elected to Congress 81 F W DEVOE &: CO. once such symptom as backache, weak t I
See our flagnlflcent line of pop o 40D kidneys and bladder and blood disease.
And Mr. Oerome had to sit quietly To Extract Einno From Flowers. Try It, as It doesn't coat much to
approved styles at Ot1o through! It all Procure a quantity of the petals of make, and !Is said to< be absolutely: harmless -
0 any flowers that smell sweet and fragrant to the stomach. ,
Carpets Foraker has not yet Introduced -
Senator
High-Grade Furniture, o o.0oo o. Ot1o a bill to erect a black marble Take thin pieces of muslin or Get from the following harmless Ingredients -
statue to the negro martyrs who fine linen and after having dipped any good pharmacy: Fluid

Rugs, Lamps and Crockery.The o the Palatka News Ot1o were persecuted at Brownvllle.r.aw'er them In good Lucca oil or Florence oil Extract Kargon Dandelion one one-half ounce;ounce Compound; Compound ) -
place them as layers between the petals
Abe Hummel Is also getting Syrup Sarsaparllla threw ounces. Mix
lUG liT.OAPT. o Ot1o a few testimonials In the Thaw Sprinkle a small quantity of fine by shaking well In a bottle and take a
I'rKes are evidence salt on the flowers and put a layer of teamioonful attar each meal and again at

o Office. (jf Give us o0D The Congressman who Introducedthe linen and a layer of flowers alternately bedtime. ;, a

IIOUSEJURNS1iE! ._ bill abolishing tips In Washing until an earthen vessel or wide mouthed This simple mixture I Is said to give ;
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M. R. RYAN. ton inusn't be surprised. If the waiter glass bottle Is full. Tie the top prompt relief and there are very few
spills hot Soup on nls best clothes. over with oil silk or parchment, then cases of Rheumatism and Kidney troubles I.
next lay the vessel !In a south aspect In the It will fall to cure permanently.:
PALATKA, FLORIDA. o your order.0 :Kngllsh: Liberal leaders have given These are all harmless, everyday
heat of the and In fifteen day.,
40o the Lords to out of sun
nodes to move drugs, and your druggist should keep
----- when uncovered a fragrant oil may be
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-- o the upper (house. them la the prescription department;
sqneesed away from the whole mass. It not, have him order them from the .
For o IJW/O ITCH-BINOWOEM wholesale drug houses for :you. r..th..rth.o
Sale.Dwarf 1
By OIrolllt Yh.tll('Oil"01 nIl,, E. T Lucas, Wlogo, Ky., writes HEALTH fall to< use this. If :you are fillet/ ,
the fav Ih J : -I': April 25 lima\ "For 10 to< lit years I Meant the ability: to< do a good day's ed. e
it,,,,, IOSaofumi :, @ had been. afflicted with a malady known work without undue fatigue and to find
and Champion Tomato Plants ( o 'and'willnll'a' B' a. be 'Itoh: The Itching was most unbearable life worth living. You cannot nave In- CUBBD LOKBAOO.
Big Boston: Lettuce Plante. "to,OHl uhf h."h..I. ----- --- -------- ; I had tried for JBr 'o find dlg"at Ion or constipation without It* up- A. B. Canman Chicago writes March )
Tomatoes, $1.00 per 1008; .50Lettuce' Flnrld < min the ,, Capt. J. W. Whldden( of Arcadia 1"4011.1. .hlu ( tried all remedies I could It,tang the liver and polluting' the blood. 4, 1003. "Having been troubled with }
per 1,000.> lo., .IOgol IIh' :: : :: :: FUR BENT-Two Furnished or has purchased of J. E. Hendry and heal"I. beside a niuubor ot doUorx I 8m, 'li a con,lltlon" may be best and quIck. Lumbago, at different times aad tried
thf : :
tog ::: :,
ll.00 Ettto.: ,nd.: 11(1urfMl: Unlurlll Sixthroom .. Inquire corn..rOak all the stock of cattle In their. w ah to state i hat one single' applicationof 6 t n llevtid by Heroin, he beat liver one physician after another then differ pant
1,000. .. 1-4-tf son .
.
per tho tlteworldhisuveu known
tOil III and' to nnd Bollard's Snow Liniment cured me retulalorthat ointments sod liniment, gave It up
Terms, Cash with order. wi ll'rOI.ty, pasture In the eastern part: of fax completely and permanently. Since Mr. D W. Pmlih wt'tee. April 3, 09 alto ether. So I tried once more and ;i
I..to nnnd III 1 In Hhwk.r/ >, In the City of want to get your monej"'.worth county There are unit.. to be .tJOO( then I have used the liniment on two "I use Herbli and find l I' the best got a bottle of Ballard. Haow Liniment,
CI It :you o caslcu. for It'S' worm and It mid aloe for aoontlpatlon and regulating which almost Instant rsllef. I
H. P"Io.tkU.R. .'MhorUr.I'UtllUUI heal. of eattle and the purchase (price separate save me
HOW.T: knock-out, use
COLD
Kennerly a Uounty .,ord., .. aid see a good cured ] and tl.OO the liver I have ever u..d" 6t> cents eon cheerfully: reuommend It. and will '
JORDONAttorn.ytobomplhlsutl, r-e'akJ! Peek's Pins Tar Syrup: tf will reach $50,000. Sold by: Ackerman-Stewart\ Drug On.y'i Bold by: Aekerman-Biewait Drug Co. add my: name to< your Hat of sufferers"
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THE PALATK NEWSEntered THE PAY OF PUBLIC i.M'wa Important? Trade Mark De

cision.
SCHOOL TEACHERS.
at tbe Palatka poatoflloeas Under the Cross] Xynchburg, Va, Feb. 4th, 1907.-A
mallable matter of the seeded The reputation of the people of the decision of Importanoe to all manufacturers

class. United States at borne and abroad is of trade mark goods\ has

_____ that they esteem education highly. been awarded by Judge Pritchard In

Published: at Palatka, Fla., on But If the (Original.] the United States/:: circuit court of
we may Judge by wagespaid tl In district.
Fridays byRUSSELL to teachers, this reputation Is Ell Platt was having a bard time to The question involved was whether a _

make a living. He went from Louse the Allen Tobacco Co. of rrr T".. sUQ'
Brothers ;
tS VICKERS. not deserved.' When the annual ..,. r y
to booed selling any little. article be ...?k;?. .., %
wage of the public dogcatcher the Lynchburg, Va., has the legal right .1 I /
could get a dealer to trust him with to use on Its "Traveler" brand of
.. afore I
W RUSSELL
A. of the United States Is two
capital la tobacco. similar in nlze uli
I and Ills life was passed principally plug tax ;fr
or three tlmee as great as that of-,the looking in at doors which were slammed shape color and slant of lettering,

AIM OP COMMON average public school teacher we I In his face. One day, receiving but different aa to wording, from that i s:, .. / ,

SCHOOLS have a right to assume that dog- no answer to his ring at a handsome used by the B. J. lleynolds Tobacco
()().. of Wlns on-8 lem, N. C., on Its
catching as a profession Is more residence, lie tried the knob, opened "Hohnapps" Pluar Tobacco.
amonlthose who hold
that"We the are safety of\ our free Institutions highly esteemed there than teaching the door and walked 1n. Hearing no In the argument, on motion of the \

and the perpetuity and advancement as a profession. The Educational sound, he reconnoItered as far as the plaintiff the !t. J. Reynolds Tobacco rj

of our civilisation: are dependent Review has an article comparing theelHnlnl'l second story from a back window ct. Co, thatarestraloingnrderbelseusd /
upon the moral and religious which be saw a woman in the yard forbidding the defendant company
\ of a publlo school teacher from further Imitating Its tag, many
training of our youth. If our hanging up clothes. The premises line
schools to be forbidden to with those of men engaged. !In mechanical affidavits were submitted tending to '
public are evidently been left In her care. Ptill-
training then the boys and unskilled labor. In 04 show that owing to the singularity of
give religious ;,
bureau bo
Ing open a drawer saw a
the the "Traveler" tobacco, \r'r.?
f of state should be given tags,
and girls our American cities the of
average wage
box tbo small fortune
denominational and opening box a purchased by dealers at a lower
instruction In our
schools before they are thrown out all school teachers, including the In jewels. price, was sold to uneducated chew-

i upon tbe world and brought in contact superintendent, Is $300 a year or 00/ Tbo human mind Is capable of great em for "Schnapps."

with its temptations."-From cents a working day In the same deliberation In a very small space of In a decree signed, by Judge Prltch-

address of A. M. O. Itussell, president cities bricklayers get from $5 to f5 CO time. Ell Platt's certainly was. He ard, the Allen Brother Tobacco Co.,
In joined from manufacturing, putting
Florida Teachers Association. a day and .hodcarrlers from $2: to bad never stolen or robbed. Indeed,
advertising, selling, or oifeo-
The teaching of religion In the ho had calculated tbo chances of such up of tobacco with-
)2.2C. In Pennsylvania many of the ing for sale ping tobacco bearing a This bought a supply
' common schools has been the cause public school teachers receive less methods and knew they were decidedly tag Identical with or like said tag of man

ot some friction in certain parts of than the pensions given to the pau against dishonesty. The goods. were the complainant, known as the"Schnspps" himself with the distinctive taste

the country, more particularly usually recovered and tho thief wentto tag. out acquainting
pers. In every city In the United According to this decision. no manufacturer
state prison. Platt concluded to
among those who contend for sectarian States, except four, the Educational take the jewels hide them, suffer tbo can Imitate even /In color, of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering
Instiuctlon, but up to the present shape, or style of lettering, the trade
Review declares the minimum salary

of tbo theft and when a
time the News has had no ink consequences nmrk of another manufacturer, even his desire to chew and at
In Florida. paid to street sweepers exceeds free man again recover the treasure though the wording be entirely diff qualities that gratify ,
such
ling of controversy the minimum salary paid to public and take a good long comfortablo teat erent.
___________
We trust the above warning note
tobacco.
school teachers. In Chicago the He decided and acted deliberately, not less than cheap
from tbe preeldent of the state teach minimum pay of Iron moulders Is on the usual Impulse of a thief. Notice! expense

er's association does foreshadow That night bo took tbo jewels. to a For the purpose of receiving tax
the minimum of
and
$900 a year pay
will bo the
I at following
such an event In this state block on which the only building wasa returns Some day they'll get: a taste of the real
the moulders of character Is (00 a places as given below: SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this

Most people are agreed that the year. In Seattle the Iron molder gets brick junkshop. Somebody had once nterlachen, 12 to Gp m, Frl, Feb. 15. that chewer; has had an Schnappsthey'Urealizewhatenjoymentopportumty
taught blm to find the north star paper so every
of our common school by Keuka to 11 Feb. 10 ,
prime purpose 8 a in, Saturday,
11.060 and the teacher O. In Mary with the not getting SCHNAPPSfacts
the stars he took to get acquainted they've missed by
system that for which 16 was ordained pointer so thirty Putnam Hall. .Tuesday, Feb. lit. -
mind from its land the legislature had to Impose a stops from the northwest corner of the Ornnciin . Wednesday, Feb. 2O. and know that drugs are not used long ago-then they'll feel like kicking
in
kept very penalty upon the countlee in the way junkshop toward tbe uortli star, stop Florxhaule.1'hllreday, Feb. 21. to produce the cheering quality found in

inception, In the making of good of withholding State aid, In order to ped and, with a rusty shovel he found Ilurleni 12 to 6 I p m, Friday, Feb. 22.Bunnervllle : the famous Piedmont country flue-cured themselves.

citizens. raise the minimum salaries of the outside tbe Juukshop hole and eoh'I booed, Sat. Feb. 2U. he
dug a SCHNAPPS is what
tobaccos and that is sold everywhere In Sought
IE Tbeteachingattextbookelabuta Bardln, U to 12 a m, Monday, Feb. 25. SCHNAPPS
teachers to the munificent sum of burled his treasure. chewers
Still there
to chew. are
i; means to an end. The object to be He had been seen coming away with U. F. BUT..I.AHD. cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs Be
$300 a One teachers tobaccos
year. reason why Tax Assessor Putnam Co. who accept other and cheaper
aimed at is the making of character.It the Jewels and when they were missed the genuine.
get
is that most of sure
i are eo poorly paid that do not give the same pleasure. you
is necessary that the future citizen was arrested, Identified and.sent to tho
them are women, and ave no votes (1.1.0....I'AII.&Y, J. WALTS HH.IIAHDI'renlUimu
should be taught to read and and no unions with which to protect penitentiary. Buoy: and Treaty
write and spell and compute. But It Seven years later Ell Platt lust discharged -- .. -
he should themselves.-Baltimore Sun. sauntered by the block where The G. Co
f is far more necessary that Loper Bailey
he had burled tho jewels. A number -
be to live soberly and righteously -
taught Appearances ARE deceitful. The
P of buildings had been erected; but, for 77J777777777777CCCCCL"CL77CHURCH
loving justice and hating last time we saw Major Healy was tunately for Ell, be recognized the Junk- Fire Insurance:

IJ wrong\, having respect for authority, at the Aragon Hotel about the 10th shop, though It was now used for a : SERVICES. g

regarding\ duty as above! pleasure of last November The "dreenage" feed store He looked toward the Leading American and Foreign cccccrccaaaaaaaasECCCrcccr.ST.

rl and purity above all things. amendment had just been defeated, spot where he bad burled his treasure. I w. A. CO. I

Therefore, whatever Is necessary and ae the Major told how it was accomplished and saw that It was covered by the Companies MovicA'sCncBUH, Rov. P. Barry Merryday I
rear end of a chapel. The root of this motor.-Sunday : Holy Communion nt l
r to be studied In order that such lessons -
he certainly looked, and School
7 Mass at 10 a. m Sunday |
end was rounded up to a point, on Accident Insurance: a. m..
may be Inculcated should be acted, as if he owned Florida as well which at 3 p. m. Rosary and B.modlotlol1 ot Dealers ,In
was a cross.
I employed.If as the fullness thereof. But now It If life mlud was capable of deliberation The Travelers of Hartford 7 :30 p. in. Third Sunday of Duck month i
instead of .
10 a in.
Mass at 0 a. m.
the of and
proper study history appears that it was only the fullness. it was also capable of calling up Week days : Mass\ every niornlnu at 6 :30, s

biography and music and drawing Poor major I But Its only a few pictures. As he looked at the cross Life Insurance: Way of tho Cross" Fridays at i p. m. Crate Material I
sI
T and the manual arts contribute to weeks until he will begin to draw he saw an old woman kneeling at I

'' the teaching of truth and justice and his regular weekly stipend as a an altar She was his mother. Then The Old Reliable I 'GermanillLife" ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL, Ilov. Win

N beauty and purity then these studies member of Florida's Third House. be saw himself toddling along by her Wylllle. rector. Sunday. senlo-s Sun: 7 of all Kinds.i i
Communion : 10 a. m.,
Holy
a In .
side to church later his confirmation. of New York
,
are a necessary part of education. '
day school : 11 a. m., roatlna and sermon:
Above all other tbe THE QUESTION OF LIFE. And now tbe treasure he had taken are 1
things public
7-30 p. m., E\onsong. Strangers!
from another and had Buffered seven Marine Insurance: welcome seats free. Fruit and
schools must teach ethics. The Man's lroare and the Book of the ,
long years to possess was sheltered bya
threo It's are all right In their place, Eighteenth Ontnrr. ST. JAMES METHODIHT Cncncii; Ruv.
sacred temple guarded by the holy The Leadim CompaniesAll
but It should never be forgotten that In what mankind called "progress"the emblem of the ); J. F. Boll pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. )
cross.
the one great purpose of the Amerl- world was led by Illusion, advanced Life, like the world Is of two bem- Sunday school ::30 p. m.meeting Evening Wednesday ser- "Vegetable"Wraps.
Claims Promptly vice 7 :.30 p.m. Prayer !
can schools Is to put moral fiber into by lies. Everybody bated work ispheres. To pass from one earthly evening at 7 :ao o'clock. U ha sncra

the coming citizen. which was the only health. Even the hemisphere to another may require Settled. meat of the Lord Supper each first

And It is not necessary la order to preacher spoke dolefully of "the curse weeks, perhaps months. A passage Sunday. All are cordially invited to

accomplish this that the schools of Adam." Everybody wanted to be from ono spiritual hemisphere to another 0oe,78 Front St., PALaTSaFLA attend these lervlces.l'RIIIUJIrTEBUN .

rich, which meant unhapplness; everybody be accomplished In a tear
may Cncucn; Rev. L. X.
should teach anything smacking of
We have In stock complots
lust placed a
wanted to be Idle, which meant tion of a eecoud. As Ell looked up at Lyon, pastor bunday service at 11 s.
sectarianism. line ofCrockery
death. Change was regarded as progress what as a child! be had been taughtto m. and 7 :'M; p. m. Sunday school 4 \p. m. Palatka Florida.

and to Bud one different from reverence It occurred to him that Strangers welcomed to all the services ,
GONE STARK MAD.
oneself was to find one worse than It hnd been placed over his treasure of this church. I 1m

That the man Russell who came to oneself. And with all these I sympathized tbat no hand should profane It. For BAPTIST CHCBOH, Rev J. J. Farmer. ,

Florida clothed with the authority knowing them to be wrong.I what purpose? To save his soul. By and the lot embraces some of the nstor. Sunday school 10 a. ui. ; preachIng m c l c 1m

of an attorney general the United bad listened to moralists and before whom She who bad long passed to prettiest In Palatk.pieces., Would ever shown like at II a. m. and 7 ::30 p. m. ; Baptist

States, and with the poapose to convict all was done discerned that a her heavenly home-his mother. to show them to you. VounK l'eople'sl'nloo. 3:;1U p m. btrang-
question of morals was a question of In a twinkling be was changed. la ereu'mOOo welcome.
F. J. O'Hara ot MM crime of Prices reasonable. Sales In llXiUnenrlyhalf ( .
/ disappointed over his latitudes, and vice related to the aqua a twinkling that which In prison ho Then we Established 26 Years u milliondollars
peonage tor. Cruelty was a creature of the bad looked forward to longingly, countIng haveFurniture r OOt'RT OK Ool'NTV JITIMIK;, In Mini
double failure Is more than evident. for Putmim Couiil. Hluto uf Florida.IninntU'rof .
thermometer; tho tropics tortured, the days between him and its possession and House P&lllluN' of N'. V. OWI'I'', imKxt'iiitur Our continued. proxpHtUy linspeaka fair nllngs with thoimiiiids of
He has the rabies, as note the fol what the arctics nursed. Happiness bad become only a means by : of tliw loaf *lll mill UHtjiim. of well planate, I'imtoiiierei Complete line or Stationary and Portable

lowing from the Times-Union of last was born of contrast when It wasn't which he might bo rescued from evil. Furnishing Goodsat OUItlH ulil, ti>tttntor IS MtlrllU.at prlvnto llML'UllMHl wear, 10 IH'll lllllllM Of iiKlni-H: nod Holier-, Saw HI IIla, and nil Wood Working Miicliincr;

Friday : born of temperament and Third ave- Going to the front of the chapel ho at remarkably low. Cull: and t;f puilcoiiMlili'riitlon! :: : : of wild tH'tltlnn. It nMI ill 1\\; .also u liirgi Mock of !Mill! Supplies now on hand. Uet our catalog and
"la connection with the laughed oftener than found the doors and entered. : mlllM n11,41111! of till |M>rHOHH InturoptiHl prices. We have .ollon I
peonage\ nuo Fifth. One open Inspect them. Hlllll It'lll WHIIIle IfwrltMMl I 111 role pt'tlllOll no 1:011' ::
cases there has been recently Issued man committed suicide another gave a There was tho stillness( of a house of are lIon-.hl 'n1 x of tho Htnto o ir h'Ierldn'1 '; / Jackaouvllle, Fla. Adili'ssnll\. I

from the Pomar print shop, of this teas Each was worth 20000. Tho worship when no services were being R. S. MOONEY. 1'Hint laid Miiljiliiu Vi'ruiont I.,.tlintCiirolln Wht't'lur iVHlili'g Bui-kiln In Mnrnli I K H.Martin. *. ..' communications toMalsby

city, a pamphlet purporting to contain suicide had been n millionaire the held. Several people were kneeling before durtlH Miirllll.t'liHnluH, yl llrl Ill. Ktlwln : r '.,S,2To-: : ;'
the charge of Judge Locke to the altar. He went forward and Notice of Application for Tax" Deed li. 6 fur tin and U. F. Miirlln.titi" I li rvMltli.In I .. J.ehw. I C
the Jury lu the last trial of F. J. feast giver n pauper I considered Under Section t tI) of Chapter 4888 Laws I'liillilk:: In Vermont; ; that May, >:. J.imuu, .. ,. .. : h o.Ii .
O'Hara, for peonage. The book, or merchants and I gamblers.I There was dropped on his kueea. of Florida. ri>Hldi>. loin i Nt. Vermont rldu; that I. II. Ilitoktrnnilli !! :
II.Martin, ri' In Kint Mont-
but ono difference when tho Long ho stayed immovable, his bead Notice Is given that Arcby + .41 S. Forsyth St
hereby
out Assistant men
pamphlet, was given by | : that h:lUiiliiah\ 1 : M. Hlitirt- .
Attorney General! Uusseil. It's chant's resources ended his credit end bowed upon bis breast. Ho was thinking Moody, purchaser of tax certificate I ';t'1; ;:( :\: :: lhm. Vorintuit, UnitHnphlu :' Atlanta Georgia.

outside cover contains the following: ed; when the gambler's resources end of the old woman who took blm to No. 103. dated the 1th day of July. M.that Par Knllu iM'iui-i'r K,:rt'Mldfii. 1 In
"United States vs. O'Hara.-Jndge ed Ills cretllt Uegnn.S9ren the gambler church when be was a little boy-how, A, D., 1001! has filed said certificate In Ithln; 'Iend. n r.'I: \ ,;.It.'lI\'r.'I''\ :.A.KoHtl1 -------- -
1 Locke's Instructions to the Jury,- doubtless she bad waited while ho In my office and has made application !*,ri'Dldl'N In VIU1HIIU., iMrOllnlllt tlllltMnrtlu .
was down his fellow
For the Information of the People of gamblers for tax: deed to Issue In accordance tl. t'o.t'r. IIIHUIMH in Moiiluuint'rt' .
was In prlBon -for this moment how
rtwuli.t Inlllrnihiicliain.
helped him; when the merchant was Alaliiiinii' ; tliiit 11'oruu FoNtci,
with Bald certificate embraces the
Jacksonville she had Interceded for him and how In law Aliihninii; tliiit riiarlcfl 1'. We prepared order all kinds of
are now furnish to
Attor giving what is purported to down life fellow merchants fell upon following descrlbud property situated In vtnrlln, r..xldre. In 'IhTlIn,Vermont: that JV.fritrmur to
be Judge Locke'a charge, the book him and tore him like wolves tbo Inscrutable ways of the heavenly Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt: and Iho'g" W. Martin rtmlclu. Intawktou Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber
llllnoln nod\ Unit tnmil* M.lliottii .
hosts all this had been about. ;
contains the following paragraph : Progress A wise man proved It by brought Begin 720 ft from se oor. of Bra 16! T. mill Kdwln Vlnrtln ruHlilu. In Itnvltford -
"The jury, after deliberating\ pointing to a railroad and asking me Beside the altar.was a booth shielded 10, R. :SO:! east and run N. 600 ft., W. IlllnolH; and that pacli nri* i>11' such as

twelve minutes on the evidence, arguments to remember stagecoaches I asked by a curtain lu which] a priest was 330( ft., 8. CUD ft. and E. 330( ft. to beginning tltlinlto. Uounty IK ..hll'n HtnU.horn of,Kloi rertnln'Ulii,J Inml"xrrI1NN1nx InI'utnam Flooring, Ceiling, Sideing, Caseing, Etc.,
and instructions., brought In bearing confession. Wlien tbe confessor being a part of eel of eel} of section I.
why It was better to travel 900 th.i North half of flit Mouth 'Imlfuf til I I. !
miles and would next
a verdict: of not guilty, Messrs.Klnig came out "Ell Platt entered and 16, towuahlplQraageYD-batter:! of Hloi-lc'1' MN'1'Y: -' KKK: (:litho' HoutliIlillfof be pleased to figure! with you on your
: Owen and Itlsaeau, having In a day than to travel ninety. He The said land belna assessed at the 1 'ut I'\v' Hlwk 'IIIIHrV l Oil!: Lot >, order. HI nir us up, 'Phona No. lit, or call on us at our
told tbe :
the of his theft
said one could reach Chicago In n day priest story cif Illoik Nyi II-Mull: 1' t CJH,; f.ol t of factory river front foot of Old U-. /S:: & F. Dock.
voted guilty. date of the Issuance of such certificate hull
his endurance for Its final possession Hlm-k'lll I x'r\. - This paragraph was called to the and night I replied that one couldn't In the name of Unknown. Unless lot I I. mid lliu wluiln of Lat 4, of Hlork Maull] Manufacturing Company PalatkR Ktn
anti where be hnd buried his treasure. ,
'JIIIUri-TvVOIlM I: )" the Lot >a.> of Hlo.h T.
redeemed
attention of a Times-I'nion reporterby reach Calcutta In a day and night Ho said certificate shall be according -
The next day the priest conducted and all of Lot I I.of liloek M Mr. John EllIlg, who was fore- said that medicine and surgery bad to law, tax dee will Issue there feel of mild Iot a. e'on\e\tMl to VV'ntMotiHtokefl "
man of the jury that brought In the advanced; that we now saved lives we tbo chief of police and a party of work on on the 23rd day of February, A. D., ), of K.H. HodKCHMUlMlUlHlimof. IfhK'k
verdict of not guilty. men to the cellar of the chapel. Taking 1907 TVVKNTV 1-1'i.::.' all t>l HII'.lInlll..enr.lh'W' Inth -
used to lose. I asked It Important .. th"fl..r. Illiil In tin' Ulork'a '1II1'l'
why wn nn>|>
"
"That statement is false, declared up the cement floor, they dug in Witness. my official elgnature and seal of I'nttiniii County, loiltln, an ocl forth In
Mr. .Kinig.Nothing: of the kind! occurred to save lives that must oue day the earth and a few feet under the this the ICtb day of January. D.. 11)07\) mi.hi 1'ulltlon.:
i, In the jury room. Since the die; also I pointed out that we saved surface directly beneath tho cross they [SealJOSEPH] PRICE Now tliorufon. you and each of. >,cni tlnv
.
lnu
ahovu mooed and 1 >ti'MUilli
attorneys for the prosecution have weaklings to wed weaklings and produce found a box of jewels. They were sent Clerk circuit oourt Putnam Countv, FI... "hll""HOI...nd lii| ,are> lii'ii'bv' notllli'd I and rluil to nth|

made publlo such statement as weaklings, which was progressing to their rightful owners.A pear lii'rulii nod who* I'IMIHI If coy you liiitt, DIRECT FROM! OUR D IS11LLERYWILLOW
tlui of mild ulnmlil not
that, and published it, as they why praytir petition
say backward He
grew angry and asked few days after their return the Often The Are IH, uraiitwtl, and anld Kxi'unlor itutlioil.c
Kidnejs \
for information/ of the people of It I favored death. 1 grew angry and find oiilvri'tl: j ; to: :make Miilvof Mild: 1 ri'iil: I'ntntinnd ;.
Jacksonville,' ( will say what did priest sent for Ell Platt and told him the priH'iMMlrt, tlmiimr, dutrlniited ,atvordhiK
occur In the jury room. There was asked It he favored birth; also I wanted that a lady who had been the possessor Weakened by Oler-Work. to law In viiih. i'iiu* nuultf and.
to hear whether or no he believed if what he bad bad provldwl.
but one vote for 'guilty' and the juror stolen been so It ,In further nroYrml that lltlrt millo* IH DALEWHISKEY
who cast that vote said he did so ns In killing weeds. pleased at getting her property again Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. mbilxhed I In n weekly iiitMMpiiuvr! ,1" *11 11"o'k.llr".nng !
as he did not think It would be proper Progress! I know nothing of inedl- that she hod sent hIm a present of It used to be considered that only. I\\I Haiti Putnam February A. 1> llmr,
to bring In a verdict so quickly attar clno and railways and stagecoaches $:100.: Ell declined to touch a cent of it urinary and bladder troubles were to be the darn herein named' tuHhim VIIIIIH'OoliHldttreil "

retiring. On the second ballot and saving lives, but I do know about "It all belongs to me, not as a thing to traced to the kidneys and ordered at 1'nliitlni. Florl
vote was for 'not guilty.' Tbe modern tin on lhlYJmmtry. nth A. P. li ". a l
every but
( books. And I see by my bookcasesthat be converted Into money, but as a key now Z M. l.roXK.: ,
wan who says that I voted for a ver the nineteenth i science proves that 1010111 County JuilKwof ,
dict of 'guilty' is trot tell Lug the century did not by which my better nature has been nearly aldlsea\ esh..ve -..,..... Mtut.xir Florida.IS. I'utmmil'ouiity.' IVtmatifi'
truth, and I will go before the court I write so well nor la things beautiful unlocked. It was kept for me by my their beginning !:. M':. ItAHKKI.L.' Atfy for Petltlonur.jK.ai:3 .

/If necessary and say so. You may tblnk so well as did tbe eighteenth, old mother In heaven, who put thin. In ,the disorder of I

publish what I say In regard to this, with the promise all about me that the chapel and the cross over it that I these most important I ,

for the false statement has beeu pub present century will write worse and might! find it to work a miracle on my organs{ ...Ak'r:; ':: :..u,:nir. ::11:;till:: jirarimr. : m a

lished. think more heavily than either. We return." The kidneys filter :

__ have better clocks plows '- and purify the blood [XPRSS[
-- guns sewing Ell Platt, though a converted man Delicious *
A negro correspondent in the Nw machines, but they wrote better English though Die conscience Is far tenderer -. that is their work.
4 FULL$985
York Times recently takes the white"persons" and thought nobler tboughta.AIfred than that of millions of life brothers remains Therefore, when your kidneysare understand weakor how ill Bon Bons ,

+ of that rlty to task for Henry Lewis In Cosmopolitan an ex-convict, and as such his quickly out of order entire you body can is affected and !iii PREPAID

their rudeness to colored "ladies" road Is more than before. Bat'' your
thorny to fail to do its AndChocolates
how every organ aeetus If .j. in a plaincoca
and "gentlemen" In the following is NEWYORK PROGRESSIVE there is no temptation for blm to at' doty Send ns 12.& and we will ship you tow.lullquarts
There are nearly five million people la to feel '! begin I!! with no marks to show contents,
manner: tempt ameliorate bis condition Dydiehoaestp It you are sick or badly, J pre!>''""-
the Greater City of New fork less than !Jr.Kilnler's of WILLOW DALE RYE express'
; kidney remedy,
Ho the
is
waiting for release taking the great and
"Can tell the white it find it all right
you why peo r Try and if don't
million
two 20 yon
years ago. for a different : Swamp-Root because as soon h All Home-Mada Candies expen. -
In the
reward. hereafter. at our
of New York best it back toes
ple City stare so at any Then It took an hour for a streetcar well they. will you ever tasted I send .
well-dreeaed colored lady or gentleman Is ho not nearer than his fellows to as your kidneys ore trim .. and J.2.85; will be promptly refunded.
to go to 5th!) Street now 8 minutes other to health. A addeIevery yonr
all the organs Something new .
f who happens to enter a car, a through the subway tbat Christianity when to be a Christian (H $. Isn't that a fair offer

theatre, or other public place I Now more painting Is done with one meant martyrdom? will If you convince ore sick anyone.you can make no mistake N day. MLa I Remember we are distillers, so when the yoU.bllr.

have noticed this exhibition of ill- gallon of the L. & M. than with two FRANK P. CHENEY. *. by first doctoring your kidneys.The I from as you save the enormous profits of are
manners in many cities, but here In /gallons of ordinary mlxad.palnt.Basldoe ) a-- mild and the extraordinary effect of A. SMITH 5 5Lemon ers and avoid all chance adulteration./ You from

New York It occurs in season, out of I the L. A M. Zlno hardens the How's ThlstW Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great = sure of retting( ont whiskey just as it come!in any

season, world without end. all men? L. &" M. White Lead and makes the offer one Hundred DolUr onward for nyCAM kidney. remedy is soon realized. It at., Pulutka. S I i our distillery without being tampered with

A few evenings ago some white L. & bf.-Paint wear like Iron for 10 to 15 of Catarrh that l be cured. by HA.! for its wonderful cures 1 I
aonu" stands the highest h -t acne ran
persons In evening dress boarded a years. 'Catarrh Guro. of the must distressing cases, and it old 7 18u'NC :g1.AC:: "1'GI2f.'IIa91L; :Jh.. 71:!&"1L".HL you prefer corn whisker, we will 'SCORN
Hubway train at Eighty-sixth street. Y'. J CnExxY A co., Toledo. "** -_ four full ntiartsofoiir ALLAN 'I INCLAIR
a 4 gallons L. & M. mixed: with 3 gallons its merits by all .
I ws.theunderiiKneU. h iv*>known F*J.l'heaq on Yonrnn'tI
Nothing that, of course. A little Linseed Oil will plat a moderate slaed: For tlmliMt, lAyvitrn,and hnli0v him petfood druggistiaSftytent I. : :.r.:: Executrix Notloe.Notlco 4 WHISKEYIorSl.ao.expressprepaid.} else .t
further down a colored lady and gen house. I honoraMa a'l'1 budlncst'mtui,*'lion rod anon* and one-tlollar size I,' buy a better corn whiskey from anybody
tleman entered tbe same car. They I eiikilyatVA' u>carry our any oUllpnuw maJby '" li horelir acv>n that on Monnitj I any price.
Actual cost L. A I[. about 1.20 per liU arm bottles. You may __ tint I.IIli iluy of MIIT.. "T, I .hull. mnko Until. satisfaction or money
too wore evening dress. 'Yell. I gallon WALDXIO. KtKwf M&viirVhoKrBtiIe have a sample bottle ...,..,......,.._ report, army account mill vouuln.ni H. i>\. Our guarantee of perfect Yau
never saw anything like It. Tbe L. & M. area for one-third of a cen- I \ I I Drti..tffl-4tM, Toledo. O, by mail free, ale a pamphlet telling you vi'ntrlx. of th. I.... Mill, and ttiHtninnnt nf 4S I refunded foes witievery ahipmentwemake.Duman
wblte who entered at Hall Catarrlt Cure IK taktm' inturua.ly. 'aHInf' Matilda Ilium, devrawd, and aiiulj! lor my run no risk when you deal with us as the
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tory llreully upon lint blixtd:: and: mummy urfaoes of bow to find oat you dlriiihartca antuuu qxtfcntrlx.MAKV. I of million dollar
Eighty-sixth street got busy staring. Bold by Kennedy Hardware Company; the..."'.... TerUlmunlalrt nut free. Price7Qo bladder troubles Mention this paper IIISRH, of oar company Lava resources a
One nudged the other, and when I Palatka Fla. per battle. Bald by all tlrugf... whey writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Bmg- .:x..... ra.. WIfT and will do exactly as we lay,

left the car at Times Square tbe Take Hall' Family pill for m.tlt>aUon. hanston.N.. Dou'tmakeanyuastake, Pulutka. Florida-.L----Nov nth,F.Chamherlai IDiHL.-_ sin rrM : THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO..

white people were sitting bolt upright A very pretty line of embroideries but remember the frame Swamp-Root, ,, MACON. CA.

/ "scaring in speechless Inactivity. and laces just received by Miss Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address 's Cough Remedy I 0- rf IUAM DUWll-r No.I u. Swift o-Jo. c..

Bolt.r.,. The News ".00 a ;year ,Binghamton,N.Y.oucvery bottle. Cans olds: Croup sad Whooping. Cough.. "
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; ._._._._._._.__.." I Mr. and, Mrs A.W. Murirerun ,,1"ulI'h. .,.... .,J : ,) : .. .'. .. Local Tlmo Carl No. ... la Effect January 9, ."7.NORT"tIOtINDIUIAD.

ter, niul Mica E. U. Coi-lies ot 1'1111-:, SOUTHB4MJNB-RBAO DOWN. UP.
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Buy Our Goods for Cash'1\!)I dolphin. ,lire nt. Grove, Hull for a short J1rDO SS-u; tFd k-Jiu.j.4o. s ICE.. 7s tihi. 55 l's.. ClUaIl

Crescent City I And Take I limp. it! r. Mfii'KHrnin" D.tiy Dcuiyillaiiy STATIONS DaLiyub.Ii, Vail, C.111
6 the Discounts. DWIIH II'I'co\e' II ii it I .t ._ _ in s A IS IC'I'c
Our propflty' ""I''', bill him nnl, bN'1I T a W id&u Lv... ..... Jcuikcu.nvillo.Ao TF T4 411 '1ji
I I expi'iisoa lire not 'f), down for tt-n t Suffer 4 um DIWUIID '............ .,._ $olmliijauik.oaVili..L, 52.e............
and Vicinity ,e, half as much an most fconie jt-nm.' 5 11am I a 4O.iI g yuouu. ............Ut. AiiKiutliieV.V.Ka .......... e..ci i eos 1
murchants. ) The icui-Bls lit Cnne 5 nun 11 ........ llittlugii..,.,,... u.... C si. ... .... .
Wo Hall hogan II tiles S mmf -. ,t Palu.ka..L" 6 libel itS.4
it'' got in new mu 0i1'rdt
liavo I.m.sillco ItI'lrne.l' 4 / us often twice *'I series cif, ciud pnril.s" limtweik (10 Ml night lon 5 from tootha..cheneurevltjiix. : M45U is I Ar..,..,........ Psiatki..Lv on.II .
it'ooodA' ug a which I Ihn owe > it laud---Lv.......... .... p.uatu.,...............Ac 7 bbftlj S beta
that hi l-clnas groceries Wu have just r- V'I 1011'11'1'1'1.' were nil livltul. i or* rheumatism J -__=_- -I .............MinH.tooHanM -.... a ....I-slaps
'.t\ cpiveil a (filling in I Tli.-SH parlles'iUkaiil. will I I las 1 ............._ .(eo............. leDar
can bo bought; cl>"i'iiii'r' | nt (J Jour ; ortfl'I tI ulvi'n on i. lti-j Illitli' =.,. m ,v.. ..._.iuiiiiuia..L .
(" t hut. 'amounts to hund rods \t Mnndiy evening I 4 11 ...........UtiponL...... C lisi.. . ..
store than elaowliere. /i\> of clollam. This timo through' I lh" UIIHIMI.. Tho; lit ti'iidititcplit Slq & iVsLiiviisxeivt! 5 ... It 105. .............Oriuon1967PM Hot&c.,,..,..." .
it \t II 4Q.i 5 I 31 2015 ,.. ,......... 00000&.............. 4tIc C USia -
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\Ve want all thn winter i.v is Dry (bode iiml Notions h-Ht party wee vi-ry Ken-rn ii huh. S ( 10WM ii soils 0 ,__......... bartooa m,,......... .Il. 4 bItS
nioiiK BOO'el' )' ]1'1.. | liimy) 5 1 1MW .......?..port Oraiiue............... ......
houHekoopcru( to know thin : IIOI) >H, Trunke. lint ,. Entimelodware \ '! rc.- II tufts V 1 tum ii bikes Ar..New 0,07105..Lw Untaf 4 Situ

fact They c.an: ]Ic e IIOW liy it',; (QIII'PMHWIUO, V'! oVPIIII'K.HBhniHiitu Were HiMved diii'liiB th. 10 idiuufl( II.Af--,. .....;,.. Orange I.akeU.rtu CUr ....._......Lt'.' 1tPi gui- --- -

and let ;' tutu (UlaHHwnra. Alao a V', 10 -------lrauliue Cll y Jtnei.------- uuip ----- ----
calling uprict.B. quote lug stock of 5 cud Thi-re IN prnmUu i of MI,>III'. lively I I kills the p / 10o \j ........_,...oak II 111.....,....,,,. ., 2MM.. ,......,
1- countf-r, goods. Don't fori sport hen before. very lOng, when i II101l1Cllllk..dof nerves and induces 1 110AM 10 Ii 12 SaleM Ar.......... ...'rltuiniiie..L 1 48a 5 I7as

is the "1 fcwt that the horse race will bu., sleepAt ioticWl 5Oo.tuAr .,, .
Our slock fllwnya 'I', : we keep BuckJ J! hod. .. 5 It .. ... ............. ,.........Ar cuu to ItulS
BEST: and always FRESh.Oioiie skin Hreechoa and that Wit J pit ''f bi'twi-iiii James Piidgi-ll'I all dealers. Price 25c 50c &*I.OO Tints IT' -1)I26luet I v .. lutnvilhe Ar last's..I. '

lira sole for the I bionic" puny and I n. col r.c.-nlly I I Im 11 Km I IIPM -...............(,,, .................. OO. ...........
iiRenU > I (505 11 3WM 8 8'*" 1 8815 ..............Ronktintge.,.....,.,,.. b5.g S 57ii
I.' Hwpet-On-. Shirts and V/ l>ortml. by J. H. Ciimpbi-11, or Dr Earl S. Sloat\. Bostot\.. Ma.ss.U.S.A.. 11 WtotII 4 aim. .. ............. Kan (tithe ...,_......, Y2M i
New JorseWhit 11UI 4 14m.......,,, ...._,.,,.,,MMtflbolirD .,__.__ ltM& ...,,......
I.'> Overalls ," Is h.-re spending to 141 4 ......,,. ,..,...,,,......$obectusu.l ..,_...,,
: the winter. The, race is lo b" a hnlf- -r ... 1 15 5 ...... ,..............Ht. Lllclo.......,....... i -i 3tP, ............
I.' ," ..iijijj ii 00 5 8 louIs ......,.,,,,.Yont Mere...........,, 8l.t 12 5055 1
CONE. inllil dimli... best two III "".,-... There ... 16 a .......... ............,.$'ulit'suia......,......... btee...,,..,....
e BiMaIeiMi.Jul X I"" (Out a ... ...,. .................. K 'l... This Shoe .Man.Woutlipr ; nlrendy some lively betting; on the --- ----- -- --- --- -- f.u< e _, .i ...............3 ea en,.,.,,.,, ,.,,.,. 47 ..._.,_,
,. I.p#' result. Mr. Pudirett's has lOAM 5...,,........ ......,..........Bin art...,.......... Ii........,__
.' IJ pony "To the devil!" exclaimed: Chris and, 14UI 7 ....... ............llob,. Hound............. itpiL,.,,,,,... -
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,.-.-.-...... .............- never, been "..111..11. *' ******+ ''' 88W 7 ............W,.t jut-lien........... 'i Ii.I &ip ...... .....
Qreteheu tbo woman crossing herself ;; low 5 5 COPe ......... Cairn lloauig,....,.,,. ths 10 44I'
The town ctiiincll I I Mould IIH tt.i gut ; The Agent of the 1 "Yes. to tbe devil with the provisionthat 45 8 5 SiuW .............Palm Beaubitf.tlm .. ,,,.,,. O0.l 10 OtiS -
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W. FILLER. Ul'I"rt. quuiI. I Ito proper I ihlnK uu| |II t 'urranxewith Tagblatt PropertyOrlKlnul. If any couple could be found to ...-.2 it. 9 -.-, ., ............... ItuytitoIXil ..,........,.,.Lv lAO -- --
I home on H to tukn dovlI oft .rIhe live In It one year. they were to be Iti W M 9 lwMl..,....,... ................., ac-c ... ...... -
Om 0inloily toniiieniuiro for the week I iiiuuh of' .. .....,,.. ......., ........ ,,_,,..
nnd .. .. .. .. . . KIM 10 OiiML. .fert L.iulendaie. .. oe.ii. ,
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1"8.b'"oy sill, 1UU7 t ... owners. .... .... "
Crescent City, Fin.u tSiunlnh: | moss hlch m'>w linnits ... 4UUI 10 iOMi...... ,. .......,._. .l'anua. ., ,,,..,.
Ha*. Mill In "Oott In hlmmel!" exclaimed Qretch- ... MAD 10 ltpsil..,,,.,,, ...........1 1 ft I Ian iiml....*.**....... ....,.....
for for Hiich grc'at cjiianlltles l( I I t finin I Hie [ "' Id"" 10 40P$14............ lm<>City,....,...,.... be.. i
.lmmry t a. in. II'| m. Up. nl.81' luruill h.. nanuhcH/ of the Old Stelgur who bud charge of the en. 1 auui 10 titoIl I oils .................Miami................. i a cues
III-- 2. I Rutnrclay 'm -s nt n nr Btrect flindx I IrcmIn "Where this agent named Stelger ... OOAM.....-..... ..........LVI................MlMml..i.i..,.._.., ( %..........., I;
a. Bllllllll, )'. 'II-)4) 77 ...1 711 III many .InstnniiHii (tint tnoxx.. U nl- Tugblutt house nml crouuda was prob- come from /and where he his BOAM.. .. ............Momenta**!............ -_._ .. tiPs.., ,
.. Monday, III ID 'nt .no) 0' iibly the warat Inudlord that bun ever got authority -
a. 'I'.d,, '. HI ready kllliiiK. I ilie I tn>i-''. lie'.. ,,ne to Jacksonville
) 74 W 71) lilt no one seems know Ha got Condensed Scbedoles; Between and St. Angnstine..Jo. -
uaa aauD U. Hoilnusilay.. M an M 01 m chief... clmiin of Cr H'.nl City U Its bceu swim on the files of the globe. hold of the property before I rnnie on
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8. b'rlduy. 'I| m M m hit M r.auK >H ink I rl'-tu' niul I tlli-y Hliould. I Im 1'/1,. When Tflffblatt Uluil Stelger woo up1ohlt.,1 the bench But that la now of uo! Importance. "'0. 8S IIIt'No.' 17 No. g3Ne.3lNe.$7o.: 115 M.. 1111,No. 93,N.j *SDally

u u Quality Quality. I I It. WILLIAMS. Ol ,,urvi>r.I el's. \,1 at taint" until <>' hi r chimim, ciiHtodlan of his property by I will hnve the property A B I B A D.llp esuip I B B D II

u !nil bv kH'uri'd.A tho court Cud Btelger was thou a made over to you Jointly." _ _ Daily Duly p.ur P nynoouJ 1..11... 11.11... Dally Dally |JDally |I lx. II...

u u -"' '''''''''''''''. A \ iilciiHiiu; HDcliil "l yoiiiiy; num. The condltloiiH of the Vein Maria! We have been paying I.ArM, Jacksouuvhiio.?. Aign.tuno:, :I ,:: TSOM ii (lb.. 10 WaIl 1.1 IfiotiTiiaIi4 loml 2ft I( : 1r shiM' T as.SIlo 'TiteTI41gyuou 9 >ftmi. I 9 BUM ,ICI swe S
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u Quality uurimrty will bud excited u great deul of oom- rent to tbe devil." ai
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No. 553 No. ISi1 NO'II NO' 44 No. BO No. KNo.
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wna held lit V.I. A. Hull. i |
I it Personal and Social. it 2 .IIIHI'rlday I went at the tIme of Tagblutt's duiitb F. A. ..llT'lIlCLToo : B B Iot.I IDauuyl A. Dally A B B I A

p! IIuuilltoii-Hrown and ,-; $ cvi-nlnu I !; the nlfiilr hi IIIKnuiiiiKi'd \ but that bud been so long ego that no _ ..P.Ily' Dally III I_ :.!I'.. ..n'!'My.. a.. Citij D.II, !II.JU. Dally jpyj. .Dally!.
Fl-edmon HI-IIB/ Sho", ."' ''''''''''''''''''' by Mrs. I III'II. A. Oiinun.riu.ro 0110 living Boeinod, to know anything D..p. I.v itt AlIo..tI".M'. 0 aidi 780SJI 7 4njuJ 8 !auuB tdid4iWtoui 114011 I 8 ,_
.Ia.'k.uo.llle... 40th. SCuM| 8 40AUJ. 0 SOW. ii letuul 12 RiotS U4UPH 7 1NOTS < 8o.h 4W5 I Iu
::! S. K. Ne"I Hlilpped hU hoinu crop were over HO! Indies nnd tm- about It Many persoun bud routed Tbe story Is told of a lank disconsolate I 7 7

Evory pair guaranteed Uj:( stork.In of oranges lust week. lemon ,,"'"II"lIt. Mrs. Jessie Cull the property but no OliO could be found looking farmer who one day dur- u A-Tralni' oompoied .zoluilv.ly of Pullman or Parlor Can and extra seat fare will b.oll..ct. .

e very latest slylu Just rwnlved."ShUiMs" Bt.I Will I Itt uui. I Ii-. DunsheH and Mr. Will who could get on with tbe buullord or Ins the progress of n political meeting B-Day coaches oprcued on them irsins on which: DO extra Peat tare I. obsrg.d.Tnaune,10 .
L; Judge J. D. Jlnrtiue, ot New Jeiseya Carrier' fuinlxliKl Utfuut or whatever be wac. and not a In Cooper Institute stood on the steps,' not stop at ,tctioauai which tumel. aol .howii.
u somu very dellitht' I D.llp esoopt Sumuday.
guest lit UI'o\-e Hull. _ _
with the air of who
tenant boll remained a year. ono has been surfeited -
Hats uu Mr. niul Mrs. B. Mini. nf The pliice was ululated near tbo loot with u feast of some sort
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C"l-I PP ttrpiiily ..... :JlltuStpnUiirrieil fs'il.rD :.1 i7r; :.1;' IIU.1rPORT BRANCH uy D ,
, u complete lino of .. New York city BI.mto fw, clnyi lit of the Hans inoiiatnluB on the out "Do you know who's talking In there

j Spring Dress (iooiN. jiuvu, Hall last week.. : olf II.. Or.t |>rl/.u: In the pro- Bltirtu ofI vlllnge.. The vllliiKO bud now?' demanded a straiwibriskly, -CI OOPN ii5; :2001'42010A5 I............. J.rk.on.llle..Ar -u..u.... 7OOA1i IOecS.NTe
i RI-i! Silt-ti "'""//H'" congest. frowu to ba u city, uud bavlnff' enveloped paimlnir for a moment beside the digconnotate mm 0 tIts :2 OHm to tItus I..........110. J""k.o".III..Ar. ...,,.....H.o 7 22011 12 Feel i. EMS
Honlery, t A nice refill line of Kiiidon, Kcfd, 4cM 5 CHili.. 2 4(15 10 tOtS I..._.........P.b.o. lIu..b..uAr ....._... Coal Ii tONI 4 wee
I The toe 11 authorities t have cut ) Ibo property old Tngblntt'a bequest farmer "or are you Junt going CI iws 8 64415. :9 4505 to &uiM 1..H..AII."lIo .ob.Ar ......,... S erusi 11 bOse! 4 sets
I:: Notions Biul GU)%'cs. ncliullng bOil liS. .lucite HIK! swrelon t ''dowlllhe( (ilaut onk tree which (grew, bnd grown very vulunblo-tlmtn In?" 7 OOPN iliuM. a use tI lotS lor............... laypo..I.v ............ elOuii IL 40tM1 4 BasS I.

) Fa rocerles, (' ). just received ut Jjound's.< I u I ho, eenit I of I HIM wr.lk I III fronr of the bind bud for the bonne wan almost "So. sir. I've Just come out." said PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIABL j
Royal Scarlet roinittoes. L uulubnbltuble from tho farmer. decidedly "Mr. Evarts Is
I :.I Mrs. M. U. Head Is upending. the V. I. A. lliili I HIM l.len belujto. age.

; Vegetable) Pickles :: week In JncRsiinvillu' till gueHt ofhur 1IIl\ktlll ,ie-in! : Hpiu'e. for, the new brick If SU'lger:! wns the worst landlord lube I talking In there."" Clot Connscllon Made at Miami with Sleimihlpi oIlh1 P. & 0. S. S. Company. 1
world Chris and Qretcben Ulielu- "What about? asked the stranger.
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J. \ River,,Clover Hill t t:;; sister,. ?ul r. J. A. Icon hotu r. Idennlk I noon I In gig ,cli itt'a. 'There heart were the bent tenants. The rout111 "Well. be didn't sny" the farmer. Havana Key West and Nassau Bahamas.Trains .

) q Butter The next inectliiif or the Illinois 111'0 many who feel that Id would of tbo Tugblatt property bud never unstvered. passluc a knotted band Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfer

I Clnb will bu held ut V. I. A. Hull on nve been better In let I hit tree le- boon high and when Chris null G retelleu across hIs forehead.Sehoolbor'a' -
t: Chase & Stillborn Who,. Time Tablet show" thallmeiatwblcb" tralnamay expected to arrive stand depart 4
nllIllI I nnd' build I then. 1k about it. married decided i : :
mere tbey to take :
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lie evening of Fildny March 1st.Mr. from the veral Hlatlunii. but tbelr arrival or departure attb* unieHtatMl li not guaranteed I
] u Ten uml Coffee. u 'reea, can' be cut down In tin hour It. This tbey did with open eyes for E.... on Henry VIII. nor Jj tbla Company.to b.bold renponalble any delays or any oonaequenuea arising Iherefronu j
Wo keep! the Quality up and the and Mrs. N. T. Boyd of I'oiigl- Henry VIII. was a frequent widower .
! but they cannot h... replaced full they knew all about old Sloljjer and I
Price down. !jI.owllcy's keopualu i N. Y., lire 'ainoiiK thu latest bin Ilaus was n canieutcr and conceited cunning;, cruel and corpu For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

.... ..... __._ ..._ _.....___.. ..> 11M..._ 1).11. ol Ue tu a generation. ways. lent. lie burned the pope's bull lu etll- "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
..UIBIH IUI lilt) DC"D''IIIUflJ' JIUII.Mrs. could make repairs blmuelf. So the
U Chocolates.' Ija Mis. Dr J. A. !(Spencer entertained try beheaded his best friends made J. D. RAHNER Asst. Uen'l Pass. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
J. I,. Burton la expected home yomiflr couple decided to take the place Agent.
Your orders !solicited. ::3 week trout vielt with he Junior Chi'latitiii Kndonvor: sncley al the low rental and not trouble tbe himself defender of the faith by a I.nt- S
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prolonged
ut her homo .taut. Saturday, night andlord to do anything for thorn By In Inw and had an Inordinate ambition __ u _-..
C. L. Chamberlin In the Manltee river section.Mr. .
her
sou tile occiiHlon. being the 18th annlver- this.. menus they hoped to be let alone and nn ulcer In his leg. Henry sternly

u and Mra. W. B. Tingle or Newouierstowu cary of the organisation of the socleV and not have allY trouble. denied the validity of the proud pope .A1

U Crescent City, Fla. ::J Ju <)., and J. II. Rowland by her In this place. Refreshnents Chris spent n good deal of tinge when of Roam and At last worn out by anInternal -

rI ': or Home, N. Y., arrived ut Grove be first went Into the bouse endeavor- discord died more In sorrow
served. Tim Christian
c cccccm nc c CCC I'Jr1'JQWW : : were than lu anger.-Uuruer's Weekly.
Hall last week. Cndenvorers, the world over celatute lpg to make It habitable. BteUer came ATLANTIC COAST LINE.Famous .
long while be was ut work anti with
There was a large attendance at the 2lltli annIversary of thefouttidhuig CROUP
wQ I he usual obllee' aud oaths threatened B with the of .
W gins symptoms a common
the Uulld ut V. I. A. Hall of the society this month
supper !!; If be miido any changes lu the house cold ; there Is chilliness sueenlnet[ ,

:I Fine Stationery last Tuesday night Ali
:1) cult, wee reull/eil.: uclutles. Chris desisted for. the time belu!!,. but hoaraenesa and Impeded respiration.t .

Ladies of Crescent City aud Miss Abble I1. Unrdner of Wick- when Btelger went away ho proceededwith vo frequent small dosua of IMIInrd's.. New York and Florida Special
Korvhound Syrup (the child will i-ry for
vicinity wan tin if lonietlilno: orJ, tt. I fi lund of Mr." and Mrs.Vin Honor Roll. his repairs.
u It and at the lint ohm nl a
; will ) croupy Loaves Jacksonville Sunday 12 GO
y t really nice In Btutloneiy However It rae plaiD that there dally except ;
Hutuhlnsoii arrived nt drove The following Is the honor roll of cough( apply frequently Hullnrd's Know
surely find what they want' at would be no pence lu titus house 'and for all Eubt, Solid Pullman.
t our store. We have it In all lull last week for u bliort stay. he Crescent City public school for ha couple talked over the matter of lilnlmoiit Mrs A to Vllnt the throat New Castle. Onto points S

r Wades. A 1111I1111' (Ihu' recent nrrlvals nt Cres- Lisa fourth mouth of the present. leaving It. They finally decided to writes, March 19, l'K)2' ): : *a thii k llnl-,

') 1 etitlnn lire T. It. !iShceliini Kontoii ; arm. Th" roll shows some new stay, Chrla for the rousou that bo was lard's Horeboiind Syrup a wondoiftilremedy ,
; If you have Chill or Fever too. determined to bo driven out and and to take Hold
It also shows plcaoant
I 'Hike 'V. ij,. Ryerson, Newark ; C. A. Col- amed. many nmnesnit so Chicago and Florida Limited :
i have npntuired' thereon each Oretcbtm because sbo- was of such a by Aekcrmau-tttewurc Drug Co.
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bulJeVuuterttuwn ; L. II solid vnatlbulo. Jacksonville 9 :31)
t Dally leaving : :
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that sho fitted
awed disposition was
't J No. 44. Hclixoiivllle and 1 W. M. Purklim.Mrs. lontli.. and I the majority( of whom Notice of Application for Tax Poed
to Ret on with Satan himself. But a ni. for all points West. Coatll.on
Call not be dislodged. However It Is.ways Under Section b ot Chapter 411,
M. Hutchi-r of Albany, N. V., telger seemed determined to drive this tialn also.
Laws of Florida.
U will Rid of <
help you !p>t. I piwsiblu for pupils of II lowerHiding
: tuna at Present hem out. They made It dllllcult for Is that
Them. ( salk.. \\ 9 6tIIIrLIIte.: arrived last week stay tie these winner and Motive hereby given P. D.
ll Cure when tKken uvfordlngcto Inn. Mrs. Dulclier( wile here to ilui by denying him pretexts The Watkins. purchaser' uf tux eertllloatt

dlr..cllollll.'Jo/ : n Mottle. : everal flgO. nt which (llin. she thereby secure honors for tliemelvea. eut tbey Invariably paid before It wan No. U7 datid the 6th day of July' For rates I'nllaiiin resarvatlons and all other detailed
ypura "There I U always room nt clue. Tbey never asked for anything to"U A D 1897. has tiled, sold_ certlfli'atn. lu 4
I' nile atIIodKi'e friends all I of v liom lire Information write call
'i 1111,10 many olllue end has made application for or on
mv "
the top" III the Crescent City Hchool : done to the property. Indeed what- ;
A O'Hnriv'a Mill.
deed Issue In accordance with law.
with her return. tax to
II. A. Klim'H, Hlai'o.t pleased K1KXT IIKADK. ever patching they did was for Its lui-
'I ):A. Kuowlton: fo'! .. Pntnonn.I of Mr. SaId certificate embraces the following
would ha..elIecl.led.
)I. H. KiivlxinAUn'ii. 1:01110. Remember the 1 appearance Class A.-Kdiih: Kniicht, US)!:!; Ditu- roveuient. as any court described property situated In Putnam Frank C. Boylston -

U I ;111,1, i*a l4Ulo:, (ioorg.10w II. Allan Holton the Impersonator. In nl. Knlfflit W: Fredii Knight W. Notwithstanding all this care county$ Florida to-.. lt: .
lliii-llHon'a. 141 ore, IlHiivvr" V. I. A. CIties 11. Alpha Cownrl W; Alia'iibburd iteltfer made It so hot for them that of section t. 0 I
.1. 4 I. KolllllHUIIH HXVlllU.Horn Pygmalion and Un hIt ell" nt NuJ set township' District PaDSungur Agent Atlantic Const Line
,MI A Hmllh.Ourrunny, Fla.J. lilnhf. Reserved 1)2.):! Chris at last gave out and told Qretch- range H.I: -41) acres
Tuesday
M. Ihmtoii Hlii'll Kin.Lound's hail next HKCONI") (IKADK.Cnpron :. ell tlmt he must either give up their The said land being assessed at the Jachsonvl lo, Fhll 1,111.,
sale. at 1'ren-
: 'I gUS 're eats will be placed on Payaon. Wl( : ('lIrdrll.11- louse or go Into a lunatic nnyluui. date of the Issuance of such certificate In -

: on's tomorrow (Saturday) nightC'liamberlln ums, Ul ; I tin. Plguo DO. Uretcheu's lovable disposition seemed the numitof Est. J. W. Mclise. Unless
said cvrtlllaateshall be redeemed accordIng
Crescent Fla. has received many ofhie THIRD GHAI>I:. not u whit Hhakeu and they decided ...
l City s: to law. taX deed will Itsue th"r. "
mid his but thereafter Chris should keep out
i.., new sprlna dry good, K. K. Knight.: Mnrlu, Harked, on the Mrd day of Fnbru try A. D. lOll
11'\\ A6wyi9tk. rucery stock contains all (the dfllInclea l)0j) : IjiiiirlH Maul 1)5) ; t-'j\vlll; Shot-: I ot Ktclxer's: way and she would receive Witness my olllclul nlgna are and seal

to be foiiiul III the III1U kut, w..IIIH. the ubuxe. this the lull clay of January D 191)7.

-. ::1:. Sperxcor:: IlI\l a big mud constantly KOUUl'lI OltADK. Then came a tussle between good |[S.>alj JOSKfU PIUO .
ThlA store lIu,1 evil. When Steiger was seen coning Clerk circuit court Futnam county Fla
trade.A. Clnra. StucUllll, 88; IVnil Powell, McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
a .
growIng ; down the street Chrla would es-
Dentist. llHthel H5.FIFTH ,
8(1( Kvn: _.
C. (Onebelcln the well-known ; IKAIE. cape by a buck door anti when the old <..r.>..<--- "--"""" -- ov-_

-I- -- bible tencher' will open n series of Johnnie DBB- luau stopped to abuse bla tenants } M H. READ Commission: Merchants.Tomatoes' .
Addle :MoOnrdy( OS; ,
Office Btraot.
at Bealdanoe Vrospeot> bible. tuplest Oretcheii would meekly submit to the r ,
hree or four lectures on 1)1) Charlotte Chninberlln US;
Crescent City Florida toil ;
next unhlug> of bis tongue. Qretcbea tookIt
the I'resbj terlaii church 20th. HIXT1I (URAI> J. Into her lovely stupid bend that If REAL ESTATE. PineApples

StJarina Rlvrby Oayllant. Veclnesilny nlitht February lui ii i lila Hrndclouk 11.1) ; Dorothyirpenter. iteltfcr bad a little piety be would note

There will also be lectures on Thursday II'J:! ; Flon-nce" Coubnrn, BU ; si> unreasonable. so one day wbeu Crescent City, Fla. and Early OrangesVegetables -

The Beach & Millet! Line and Friday folloMutf. Indys.. liraddock. H7.HKVKNVH be door opened aud he Blood glaring .

For several dutyc! this past week : K. ut her she took u crucifix off the man- The Howe propm ty"Uri-s- Grape Fruit
Staamer CRESCENT.Leavea A imelpna] Burton DO: Wllllmnompklns tel Intending to tell him the story ofthit
been filled to Its ut- cent Hill"-I* now on the mar-
Grove Hall has' U8! Louise Hiiurer, 04 ; ,
; JMkaonTtlle" on Tueadaya.Tbunitnyeanil If travel 1 ; ,, Saviour.' What was her surprise kit TOTS $100.
saturdaya at 1:30: .. m. for tir.en Core with guests. Deuton 91.EtIHTIL.
11100t capacity JIIII1.
Lultl":: :.*....C..o.nl OIL)' aud principal' Wa) 10 oIlIer parts of Florida.. la /ns goods : IIKADK. I wny 10 see and him the hurry moment on. down be saw the It street turn PiirtlouUr attention lven to 279 Washington St. Mew York. I

1ny ltetiringl..u.. "Krldave and fre..centoItyofl 7 Wednea nt Crescent City the state Is In- JlIIh.VJtf'fIlUID.. 00; Virgle eudlng back volley of execrations, Cr... cent City |property listed. I -
M'mdiiye at a. m.
.Jcckaonvtti. wbkrl faotot Laura Htnetatna deed Illled. with tourists. Crescent Slit It hi, 1)7) ; .Minnie I A lien. IMI. just an retreating soldiers will turn and l with me.VCCCKBKirLLk.Lklub.kUjajJJl.

eloph"n.>... wnarf<1M ftvii of Mmnn ....... flirt line also been t/lklllif care of nil NINTH OKAI>E. (Ire at an enemy. "" ",. ,,,...._

It cim aceommodiite.The Crill Burton OIl); Addle O. Water- But (irctuheu bad found an erpeleiit. The Garll Estate Notice of Application for Tax: Deed
the guests ftc Intuit W; Hnllie Deuton., IM; :Mary After that Stelger let them lJ"I Under Section. 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws

A. B.TORREY.L'lidertaLer line tnlklnrf uiHchliiBi "uuprUe lemon 1)8!:!; Robert Hutchlnsoii V7.TKSnt alone for a long while. Indeed be did ORVrf for (ale all of Block 27, Crwoent2ity of Fieri la. S

II to purchasers. of (goods lo the OKA OK. not call again, till just before the ex- I inn tiding residence. barn and the Notice Is hereby given that ;J.Banna .
\
and Embaliaer.: /mount of *:I5.IH( > lit J.V.. Miller'store Miriam Fnyson 07; Harnh Anderson ilratlau of the Iea..e,_when" he mode a GRDVEHALL furnUhlngs contained lu the residence purchaser of tax certifIcate
ciiilom- A'.o' No ill dated the 4th day of July.
new Qretcheu of
altraotlnninaiiy < fIerce onslaught accusing
Full line of Caskets and Coffins. Is well worth trading U.: -. _._ mvlug been trying to burn the house n CruscentCity.Fin.. ej ORANGE GROVE A. D., 1004. has. filed I said certificate -
Telephone era. It Is prUe property kiowa us the arll drove on In my oflloe, and has made application i S
fur, especially ns the prices at which llrredllarr.: She cowered before him for a moment A Popular Fxinllv lloti-1. {h Crescent Like About 85/ acres of land ; for tax deed to hocus In accordance S

CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA being soul are considered "Your son Is a great football play for he looked more terrible than ever :a uml'-r the iiinuHiri'Uirnt of Win LJ ; about 14 acres of bearing orange trees, with I...... Said. oertllloate embraces thefollowing

-- ---- --_.- ---- 10"8lrlt III town. I er." cite hud) seen him; then taking up the .J C. Norton. .cj packing hou.e equipment and tools. described property situated
he. cheapest of the "Ye: If la hereditary." crucifix she was beginning to tell him I In the nildnt of Iii.. beet ors The property all free and dinar, and Putnam county Florida. to-wit :

Crescent City Transfer Co. The Ladies' Aid Society( "I never beard tbat his father was a of the example and sacrifice of tbe .a HHKM urowlnir s.-ctimi| i>f FliirlOH. t: In first-class condition. Apply to lAinLotSeIofLotSanulPtLotO,

resbyterlHU. church are to Rive a football player." Inure on the cross when with a bowl ., Kilie bonllug,, flHhlnir. and I; M. H. READ s> otlon S, township 10, range 27-W A.

Meets all trains at Cieso Dt City Juno- In V. I. A. Ball on the ev- "He Isn't but be .Is a chronic kicker." ho made off again, just as. he hod done lilrd ahootlnif. ]H"autU,1, views [; ,. The said lend being assessed at the
upper of 'rt-soeiit T _kH from hotel
'I rvvrandas Crescent
rwIll < City or
The s.ipp efore. date of the Issuance of such oertlAoiteIn
Inst.
tloo. of the 27th Houston Post. I .
Night trains by appointment. IIlnjf Plainly to steama {
served to all comers at the Having found a way to protect them- boat I landing. UimrU hw..k : David Carll. the name of J. N. Roller. Unless.

8. M. LABKEE.. Man g..r. be honest debts promptly anil elves, they decided to renew their mrsonabie It sail certificate shall be redeemed aocordlng -
of 25 cents, and /111I1111'IIlfluent rnyliiK n and mouth at till., .. aColtre 10 Broad St. New York City, .
nlform price .. of manhood ease, but Btelger did not and to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
The !.. cheerfully Is a virtue appreciated appear to Norllmrit( Tourists. J f]
rpreaJ U promised. nn the Hard: day of February A. D., '. -
Newark! (ArIL) the tenants submitted the matter to tI
one.-
by every Write for terms,
W. 8HOTWELL wU: attend :i : If 07.
B. Jc! |I'.op" everjbody journal. he court of wills. : FOR SALE.
__ ___ __ the sent for the tea- Witness my ofllclal signature and seal
One Judge I
Builds Row Boats their supper.Bar. day 1"1"Cieirnnt
Wrn. C NORTON .his. the 16th day of January A. D 1907.
hen homo nlcka up| a nail In iSle fool What ants, and they went to him together. of the estate of Edwin
preaclitdt : Tba pica dora JOSEPH PRIOR
all Seal
makes : ] ,
Repairs boats, bugglea and J. C. Dorward.who I I |o"' tli.:drjj r dor PIMH he whip. the MiriilnK.liK'll'Wnnlnial | ( S
.kinds ot wood work repair. at bite shop .. church lust Sunday ( ; and force1 Klm <)j""!* Nol !'"- "You have accepted tbe Tagblatt City, Flue.ii HUbert ieo! eIlOO. rCfer for sale the fol- Clerk circuit court Putnam County Fl >.
the Presbyleilan At ;If.r 1 ftlt! for a year" ha asked. lowloir situated at Cri, cflnt
In rear of hi. MEAT MARKET. will likely l I.."/*.1!lue want. lo rulo' thelwrHe property property
Oresoent Fla.. to Urn oonnrenatlons I, .'.10or/. lameneim ha Jiim|'.down axamlnra, llie "One -yCZf.: : lIer!..Is the lease. It City. Florida : All of Blocks 60 arid It).
City, o'the aaaaaaaa' :"IJlJI"I"ItaaaaJlJl: : a
the C.U.B
Satisfactory; work guaranteed at mod- provided l he llki-s the place re- ,',lim.meli"Whut: \ :: csrefIIIY\ le reminen callouS ew.utK lomach" I U xplreil: a month ago 19; whom shall Blocks ll.lnchMlnffthKi-'ontlinKld llot>-| I.ii'lln scott tour name IInd 5(1"
8't tint pantornte. I nf the bnne. .",1.10 be onrxlM -- --- fur'il-hl'm.: U.Jlfl( ana barns Two lr -a* rn the Haniinh Dnaton 8hi*
prices. o"lve a call to I lute the lomene( .h. .... fI you w. pay' rentT""Stelger oU[ on C....' ml' AVIHMI. In B'liok 13. r',. ..f Knverlilll: ....... for mi no-
Be.illem."i. l I. a by .... 1"nrwfhr.rrKy, moItCIflOC" ,- has disappeared. After dls- Buggies,Surrles and Hamsssur .' .
avpwnd > Ih. Northwea* qnnit'' I' I ..1 II ?B. anrl. pun i>"n'ir i r rh em"'ur" sill .c.p of
C"IUorllhl.lnlt s.-rved the church'l'h"1 )uu. I la llee'''w'"wo'!' ''1\ M"lni' ,... but A f every>w .50..day. noiiieimea tile- averlng: this I looked up the will QTVNia-e> aieBtiuiranl of Block 21 r>n O II.... t I, k". T"'n'8 ,1 1 mi-ill' |"m' ii n fruit. 'a I lorlv i>' Inini -

HELP IS OFFERED In South Africa, fmm o.iii'lltlo.1' of IIr.> Hl rce. (loMun Mddlnal' PUdnverv whIch Is on record. It seema that Tag- kullt ... 4(trie for,1}Q oanh. For tierS* an I f r I lift, p>ttli-ti. '| ,.<> ii" I. r .....'Iu.l Inlb.. 8'nt
years returm-d Is.-I
JO VVOJVTI1VVOONQ PEOPLE he recpiitly .f iHiO'Kiliin.. ana nnirltlon In i 1"rtwt I ; ....
eollon :\; 19 Oe en tk* 0,. i 1',1 ,,,-,,t. erected h.
w..lIm'loo.Ir..nealhr' ._...tall.--.no.luo.tain.. wI., no.wl ma-.h tor to I countryFor fits p"st six weeks ,, i.n.lHIon drill;: Hiiilden.1l.nt.J';::: 'Inns,.ccy'!In will eveiT mire' him-(ISOWorst I were died always first quarreling.and when her Mrs.husband TDKlatt ...bam...be..or.ol luff.B....y.v 5 0...,i DAVID CARll Cour$9ll3r at Law ujuiuinieinoratluii S lit 10.11111. t Uo for their a..rif>o _

0 a th_.&"mane.-elneaa or.Uminiw. slut t oat peci.elf" l- Mr Porward huts served ll;> church alluenuula' 0'1"1"1 \In dlvaaMo ..Iheeu l their home to the I ....,... inI.tos II.. .. '. .U In* lot... nkiitiCm NI..If rii'l IC" |.-.|r. .. < M"ninth Dusiii -
-.. 10.. fir. mall for .ur rrrmt l 1".11-..... Starke. He hats a wlf. and one I IIItUft >....<<>h'r.>II 0"lulmayc" oOD.II h.IIO.!$ atlun, II COIl.imm.I' Pr Flames al.. ) followed" her he left I JeSus Po.... ,1M Ti" n....... C ..'I.... .s. 'U) llro II Stinet, Ne* >'oik. City \\Vuiimb Sho- for |3 tC'.
: Puec.lM.nd.necca.l" prubal" f otuo.Tk. at .. d.til. t-k-iw)
.. : toilay 01(1. t-leixint ".lIe... They mccl.r' .
w bun'tdelar. Write girl, 6 years -
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The Palatka News The Children's Carnival at the Pretty Home Wedding.At '\- Man's House .-.----. -

Armory on Monday evening\ was
8:30 o'clock Thursday afternoonthe
: I wish to thatI
attended and the announce
quite generally
home of Dr. and Mrs. George\
ladles guild of St. Marks church under E. Welch on Madison street was the have secured the exclusi Is His CastleIt

i and i affair whose was direction given has and added auspices a neat the scene of a very pretty but quiet wedding i ive agency in Palatka for i
City happenings the contracting parties beingMiss !
: sum to the society's treasury In con- Virginia Morton Phillips of Atlanta the well-known It should be fortified, protectedwith 3 ?

S Personal mention. sequence. All who participated In On., and Mr.\ Edward Brlttoi good paint. Ten houses are ,

the program acquitted themselves Archer a prominent young businessman May Manton burnt up by low decay, from not
.""' '''" ''''. most admirably.Dr. of New York. being properly paint,'d,to everyone

Roland H. Keating of Ocala, spout J. R. Hobson of Tampa an experienced The ceremony was performed by Bazar Patterns that is destroyed bv fire And yet it
Monday in the city. druggist for a number of Rev. J. F. Bell, pastor of Ht. JamesM. ; costs but Httl!*.to kci-p a house well
years connected with the Tampa E. church south in the presence if the riiU kind, of paint
_ : Arthur Priddy of Tamp Is visitIng Drug Company has accepted a posi- of relatives and a few intimate. > which are now on sale/ at is painted used, The bcjt painter in the

his mother, Mrs. E. M. Prlddy. tion with J. Leonard Burt at the friends. my store. These patternsare world cannot do a good job with
Harry Towson of Lynchburir, Va.. Putnam Pharmacy. Dr. Hobson The home was beautifully deoorated '
but good pointer.PATTON'S
a
to paint, gii-e
guaranteed give a
was.a visitor lu the city Wednesday. conducted a drug store In Palatka In and a delicious wedding luncheonwas poor
1888 and had the misfortune to loose served.At > perfect-fitting garment.The .
Postmaster Chalflnch of Buffalo his business during the great tire Ii o'olock the liappv couple left

Bluff was a visitor In the city Thurs which devastated the city that year. oil the Florida Knot Const/ train for a price for each pattern .
month's trip to Miami\ and Nassau 1
day.Mrs. There was a destructive fire at is only 10 Cents.
N. and their return will make
P.. on -
M. of Valdosta Jlj"PAINTS'
E. Ashley Lee's wood yard on the site of the .
home York.
in New
j her Mrs. M. A. their -
Oa.. Is visiting\ sister old Florida Southern shops Fifth

Collee. street, last Monday night at 12 Come and see my stock of
Mrs. O. L. Vordermack of Jack- o'clock when the entire plant was Mrs. Hilburn Entertains.Mrs. .

sonville is visiting the home of N. wiped out. The fire had gotten a S. J. Hilburn opened her Spring Shirt Waists \
: O. Davis.' good start before discovered and all 1 handsome home on the evening! .of 'I
attempts to save the building proved the twelfth to a large and representative You will not find a. prettier and You will surely at a Job that
Mr. and Mrs. David Philips of futile. Several box cars on the side- number of young; friends, the i will look well and wear well.
Bhelbvvllle Ky., are visiting at the track near the building were pushed occasion beluga Valentine Party in showing anywhere in the They ore economical "paints because -

( home of Dr. Welch. away and saved. One car contained honor of her nieces Misses Myra city. they cover so much more

Miss Alice Priddy has returned crate material which while not and Edith Flnlay. surface and wear 80 ntnrli longer

home from a visit of several, months hurt much by lire was damaged considerably The guests were received at the Miss hattie fl. BukyNOTICE than ordinary P<"'" They are
with relativesand. friends Canada.J. by water. Lee had little door by her charming little daughter sold by reputable rjfiHori! whose
insurance. i Kal: hleen dressed as a cupld. business existence depends upon
W. Harrison. one of the leadingmen \ the contS'iucd! of satisfied -
and
The hall parlors library were yati-onocru{
]Mra. A. L. Morison of the Boston 1
of Denver and also the popular most artistically and elaborately customers. Get Color: Card
store is absent on a trip to
postmaster at I hat place was a visitor Millinery and 'information fromckerll81ert
'decorated with hearts cupids bows
in Palatka the northern markets where she will O1! APPLICATION FOR
Tuesday.
on make a selection of spring millinery.Mrs. and arrows suggestive in every detail Tax Deed Under beotlon 8 of Chapter
Mrs. Dr. A. M. Steen left Saturday Morison\ will also spend some of the occasion.At 4888 Laws of Fiori:!&. c llrllI CO.
morning Ban Diago California time in the millinery work rooms an appropriate hour an archery Notice Is hereby given that Louisa
where she was called on account of studying the latest and prettiest designs contest was engaged In by the gentlemen Cowburn, purchaser of tax certificate Palntka, Florldd.

the Illness of her father. of trimmings, both of New '' proving their skill as marksmen No. 1043, dated the 3rd day. of July, -fllSTINCTIVE style great variety,
Yoik and the Imported models. On 'I thus creating much merriment. A. D., 1899, has filed said certificate in itI
J. B. Melon and family of Pltts- moderate price "ease the first dayworn"these
,
Anderson
Misses .
) The Judges Moragne "
to arrive her return Mrs. Morison will be I my office, and baa. made application for 4 ; '\ /
Pa., are expected 4.lWoNwWoWW'.1
burg rendered their decision the distinguishingfeatures
and are
Brown -
1 to show the ladles the result ;
and will pleased<< tax deed to Issue in accordance with law. b
next Wednesday occupy of her selection In trimmed and Untrimmed in favor of Mr\ F. S. Per- Said certificate embraces the following of "Queen Quality" Shoes which
their street.elegant winter home on Emmett millinery at her Easter ham who was crowned 1 King: of described property situated in Putnam I We Furnish have caused! them to be favored be-
Hearts by Mr. Uarrold Merryciay In
opening which will be announced county, Florida, to wit: all other women's shoes in the world
;
well-chosen remarks. The yond
few
Miss Nellie Marshall Is In chargeof \ II ter. a I
S\\ of e. 15} a. of net of nwj, section
King then elected his Queen, Miss\ and which the same token bring women
the Boston Millinery store duringthe \ Foster B. Vary of Atlanta Oa., \ 36, township 12, range 27-S acres. L by
absence of Mrs. A. L. Morison spent Tuesday in the city shaking I Blanche/ frill. Said land being assessed at the! date Good in throngs to select their shoes here. Theseason's

who i is attending the northern millinery hands with old friends and comrades.Mr. 'l'he next feature the, and auction a most of enjoyable the- of the Issuance of such certificate In the new styles are now ready. For
one, was
openings \ Vary was the popular First Sar- hearts upon which each guest had name of J. T. Mathis. Unless I street and general wear Glazed Kid and
Wm. A. Russell editor of the geant of Co. "D." (Gem City Guards) said certificate eflall! be redeemed according -
written an Inventory of his or her Gun Metal leathers will be the with
News, who has been ill at his home lilt Fla. Reg.. during the Spanish- personal charms. to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon Groceries I vogue
In Crescent City Is rapidly improving American war and won for himself Dainty souvenirs haud-palnted the 18th day of March. A. D. 1907. discriminating dressers. Priced $3.50 and

and hopes to resume Ills dutieson the reputation of being one of the valentines were then presented each Witness my official signature and seal 300. Some Patent Leather styles $4.00.
this the 6th of February. A. D. 1907.
this next week. best non-commissioned Ulcers in the which to day
paper guest after they repaired
service. Mr.\ Vary now holds a responsible Soal] JOSEPH: PRICE, Every Day
$ The Ladles Aid Society of St. position with the Kellog the dining room where a most at- Oik Circuit Ct. Putnam county Florida ,1 .IIEUKERT CHOOK, Sole Agent.
James M. E. church south, met at, tractive sight greeted the eye. The ,
Price clerk.
Supply Co., Atlanta, and is displaying By R. Raymond dep.
table Pandorabox
appointments were a
the home of Mrs. Ella V. Urooms
the same degree of ability In his J
In the center surrounded by in the
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock and present employment as marked his miniature NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB :
cases containing candles -
there was a large number of members career as a soldier. His friends were rose Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
all ablaze, a beautiful wax cupid ,
present. indeed delighted to see him.MasonV 4888. Laws of Florida. 1
J. H. Gafney of Petersham Mass., -S,Ss .._ with from the quiver chandelier and arrows suspended Notice is hereby given that J. J, Year.

H.D. Gafuny, M. I)., of Ware, Mass., Delicious refreshments consistingof Haymans purchaser of tax certificate ,

44 and Mr. and Mrs.\ Scheormeshorn of Will Celebrate.We two courses were then served In a No. t of 628, dated the 4th day of July, '; Our Goods are Froati and .11 n __ ___ _________ __ _
Chicago 111. who are spending the learn from the same Informant most graceful manner by a A. D. 1898, baa flied said certificate In my |-1 and we would like to have "
I winter Welaka, visited( Palatka that the Masonic Celebration to charming ladles the bevr.of office, and baa made application. for tax
young
SI last Saturday. which we referred In our last issue Crlll, Anderson and Kennerly, who deed to issue In accordance. with law. 'I' call and Inspect them.

J. H. \Vylie of Interlachen was a promises to excell anything of a were appropriately attired in valentine Said described certificate property embraces situated the In following Putnam If it is not convenient for ; r We're Busy !
similar nature undertaken that
by costumes. to call order in to
business visitor in the city Wednes : just phone your
county, Florida, to wit :
Institution lu Palatka during the At a late hour this large numberof
day. Mr. Wylie that the 84 and it receive f
reports past twenty years. guests\ reluctantly. took leave of Net ofjnwj, section 21. township 11, : No will prompt
work of the Palatka-Inter-
building Instituted In 1854 Palatka LodgeNo. their charming/ hostess. range 23. containing 40 acres. and careful attention. t
larchen hard surface road is -
progressing 81, F. & A. M., has survived ONE PRESENT. The said land being assessed at the
$ very nicely. many vicissitudes and has at length date of the Issuance of such certificate

Rev. Dr. Spencer of Seville was in attained the honor of claiming as a YVUoughby Worsted LeonhardtOn tn the name of Hemming Ld. ft lav. Co. L. C. Stephens I II ?\ Our tinshop is busy, but
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
the city this week. He reports his member the Grand Master of the -
work at Seville prospering, and Masonic\ Fraternity in Fla. When It last Friday evening\, Feb. 8th. according to law, tax deed will Issue : not too busy to take care of
the atteudance at worship is Increas i la remembered that there are no less at the opera house skating: rink thereon on the 18th day of March,
ing. The building has recently been than one hundred and fifty seven Walter J. Wllloughby, the Buffalo A. D., 1907.Witness Kirby and Mortis\ Streets: i ( : your work. <
thoroughly repaired.Mrs. Masonic Lodges in this State from wonder, gained a decision over Prof. my official signature and seal
which this oillce may be tilled, Palatka Chas Leonhardt of Jacksonville in this theSiS day of February, A. D 1907. :t Palatka, Florida. -.
E. S.Crilt Misses Blanche and Masons may well be considered one of the prettiest wrestling match- ['Seal, ] JOSEPH :PRICE, We do all kinds of tinsmith
Edna Crill left yesterday for Fort to have good and sufficient cause es ever witnessed in this city. Will Clerk; circuit Ct. of Putnam oo. Fla. }
Myers where they will Join Dr. and for celebrating the election of JudgeE. oughby\ out weighed his opponent By B. Raymond Price dep. clerk. n m ,, work and do it well.
Mrs. R. V. Pierce In a cruise of several E. Haskell to the highest office 27)-0)! pounds, though he had his _

weeks on southern waters In thedoctor's in the gift of the Grand Lodge. hands full with the professor, who Notice of Application for Tax Deed iiII''l1KllFI: ;ni1',;IIIII'J!'j'11I11:i:'mi: HE.,iiiium" m, IE,,,:mi I
private yacht. 1 Judge\ Haskoll became a member' tipped the beam at 161 pounds. Under Section 8 of Chapter 18BH!. Laws m' Bring your repairing to

The News Is requested to announce of Palatka Lodge No. 81, In the year' The first fall was gained\ by Wll' of Florida. | Great Cut in Prices I I
that the February meeting of the' 1880, and, since that time, has never loughby (catch-as-catch-can ) In 22 Notice is hereby given that William t'lil us; we will please you both
Palatka Athletic Association will be ceased in his efforts to uphold and minutes with crotch hold. The Miller, purchaser of tax certificate r AT t;
held next Tuesday evening Feb. 19. advance the cause of Freemuaonry., second went to Leonhardt in 80 min No. 138, dated the 6th day of July A. f I T:( with the work and our prices.
at th... Armory club rooms. All He became Master\ of his Lodge for utes. Graeco-Homan with a body D.. 1903, has flied said certificate In my New York 5 and lOc Store I I
members are requested to be present. the first time In 18UO and was re- and arm lock and the final full was I office, and has made application for tax ,
elected to that office on several sub- gained by Wllloughby, catch-as- deed to issue in accordance with law. I
The many friends here of Supt. H. sequent occasions. catch-can. In 18 minutes. Said certificate embraces the following ;;a Here is a chance for those .,
A. Ford, the popular superintendent In 18112:\) he was appointed Grand The exhibition; was full of rare I described property situated In :Putnam I, who are in need( of CROCK- !"
of the third division of the A. U. L., Marshal\ in charge of the ceremony sport and the large audience presentbad I county, Florida to-wit: M ERYandULAIIWARt:: :. We N $ % ; Kenn rlyHardware]
regret to hear. that he has been assigned at the laying of the corner stone of a barrel of fan. BwJ of net (less 4 A. in se cor). Mhave reduced the prices on till I,; .
to duties in the general! offices goods. Here lire .a few !!'IM
the Masonic Temple In Jacksonville, section 30, township 10, range 81-31 \ V
at Wilmington N C. and at the dedication of that build- The County Commissioners.The acres. Items for which mention we )H '

Messrs. A. Merwin, Henry Merwln, ing In 18US he acted in the same ca- February meeting\ the boardof The said land being assessed at the make in this Issue: j I Co.
Mrs A. H. Molcomb Ernest Hol pacity.At county commissioners was held 01 date of the Issuance of such certificate ri Cups" ami Saucers So per J
comb Miss Mabel Holcomb Miss\ the 2nd, annual session of the the 6th and 7th Inst. at the courthouse In the name of W. L. Buck A Co. Unless pair. HIMiitcn -,

Violet Merwln Chas. Merwin and Masonlo Grand Lodge held in Janu- with all members present, L. said certlftcate shall be redeemed according -lireukfu.:;it. Dinner U ,
Ben]. flair formed a pleasant party ary 1UU1 he was elected Junior Grand Stephens.. chairman ; Jos. Price to law. tax deed will Issue there and! other Plates at c ,0:11\\ y I PalatkaFla.
that visited Keuka on Monday. Warden. In 1U08 he was advancedto clerk. on on the 2d day of March, A. D., 'a LampH" of all kinds und jl

Miss Eva L. Dunning the gifted the office of Senior Grand 'Var- Minutes of last regular meetingwere 1907.Witness //14 make at reduced! prices. HOur
den. In UJIG))
I he was chosen as Deputy read and approved.J. my official signature and seal
elocutionist and Impersonator, assisted Grand Master and in Januaryof N. Mcd'abb\ presented bill of this the 24th day January, A. D. 1907. ill 'l'oy I Department Is ft i
by local musicians. gave\ an entertainment ... full to the brim with iisi-fiil
the lie electedto
the present year was $218,75 for ferry service; fees collected [Isoall] JOSEPH PRICE, "" y'"
at Armory Tuesdayevening the !high office, which nets so well Clerk circuit court, Putnam ria. articles" at liiilf the retrulurprice -
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72.80; balance due *!l.Vi.95.! () county -- -- -- -- ------- -
Feb. 12th, under the auspices M
COME: ALL!
qualified to fill. : to the ; ---
of Pioneer of Odd Fellows.D. Pistol bond of O. C. Kemp ap. :::::=: + --+ ==.
Lodge We Notice. of for Tax Deed Under
are informed by the committeeIn Application = Iii
S. Hood of Chicago, arrived In charge of arrangements for this proved.Petition read for a public road to Section 8 of chapter 4888. Laws of -== :.Iu tnarL"'l.: :: b..a.cc..a.OY: :: ';;;:
the city Monday for a visit with rel celebration to be held February 22d, intersect with Palatlm-Ur. ndln road Florida. New York 5 and IOC H ''I
atives. Mrs. Hood preceded her 1007 that Past Grand Masters Marcus \ near Cone's Crossing. Notice is hereby given that J. J. PALATKA. FLO/7/04. -1

: husband about a month. during Endell, Silas B. Wright; James Dr. A. 1\\[. Steen was appointed Hayman, purchaser of tax certificate No. Store, Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries
.- which time she has been visiting her Carnell and Chas. W. Johnson have medical examiner for county Jail for 654 part of. dated the 3d day of July, A D Lemon Htivut. Boyd Block. III
father, Mr.\ Oco. Merrill.\ gladly accepted Invitations to be the year. 18U9 has filed said certificate In my of- M Patents. I
present, on this occasion, and a Commissioners Stephens and Mld-\ floe and has made application for tax deedto PAI.ATKA, FL!,. }MI l li PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
C. R. and J. A. Gltin have purchased strong\ representation is expectedfrom issue in accordance with law. Said certificate ,"""UIIIJII .,, FRESH OABDBN SEED. 1
the business of J. C. dleton were appointed a committeeto i !! Jllill'III;; confectloney
4. the other Masonic\ lodges in embraces the following described .,. -
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purchase needed for thePallllkaInteriachen +=
in the Block. The wagons I :: I :
Ouerry Boyd new
Putnam all of situated in Putnam -
county whom have hard road work. property county,, .Im)
firm has splendid stock of confectionery --
been Florida to-wit -
Invited ,
cordially to :
participate.The ----- -------- -
On motion it was ordered that the '
and connection with cold
in
committee desires to take this As to Lots, section 31, township, II, i1I
typewriter for books in the clerk'soilice
nIl.
drinks a und nice ice trade.cream should command opportunity of specially' requesting be exchanged for a new mach range 23-44 yA acres. I Prices on I H. L. Ernest Lock and GunsmithDealer
the Secretaries of the various lodges lIIe. The said land being assessed at the Winter Goods\ ,
S The residence of A. G. Phillips In Invited, to write G. 'V. 1\I0I\ /I), Secretary Bills of H. E. Merryday and II. F. date of the Issuance of such certificate I Jeweler and
JX.
the west end caught fire Tuesday Palatka Lodge No. 81, F. &; A. Tucker for registration. work referredto In the name of Hemming Ld &; Inv. Co. 1Wattb Inspect.or. In
morning\ 10 o'clock but the blaze M., advising hint approximately, as Coms. Mlddleton and Rogers. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I Including Merryday Block
was put out before much damage re- to the number of visiting brethren The board then accepted the new according to law tax deed will Issue Ileycle anil Sewing Machines,

sulted. The household effects In the that may be expected from their steel bridge! built at tipper Hlce Creek thereon. on the Vtb day of March A. D. 11m r Underwear, My stock consists of High-! Sewing Machine Needles

upper story suffered the greatest lodge\ as, by so doing, they will Converse Bridge Co., and the 1907.Witness grade Goods such
_ damage through a thorough drench- greatly facilitate the work of the br.the Instructed to draw warrant of my official signature and seal Millinery, as Sterling Silver and Supplies.
committee in making arrangements $ItlUUOO\ ) infirst payment for stme. tbls 31st day of January A. D. 1907 Tableware Watches, Kings Etc.
Ing.Prof. tor. their accommodation.The [rSeall] JOSEPH PRIOR set with DIAMONDS\ and BIcycle Sundries
OPALS
W. M.\ Hollowav, state superintendent The board gav 'onote of $1,058.94 to Dress Materials :: ,
of Public Instruction local committee has beon fortunate same company for balance due on Clerk Ct. Court Putnam County; Florida. Scarf Pins, Lace Pins, handy

was in the Wednesday for the in from securing the acceptances Past Grand. of Musters \ Invitations -- bridge committee payable 12 from months the from Palafka date.A NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Etc., I II' pins in gold; 1 and gold 1 filled, Gents'alld E. O. EARLS,

purpose. of inspecting the schools who constitute Grand Lodge\ Dix' Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Ladies', ]Fobs J the prettiest on
board of trade: before the
here. He informed us that the con Committee and who will appeared 4888, Laws of Florida. in the market 417 Lemon St. Palatka. Fla.
on/Work/ commissioners in reirard to cleanlnor 'i cut two for and hundreds of other
dition of our high school was very exemplify' the third degree, which also a.t-toth;; Notice is hereby given that J. J.
satisfactory. !' : the court house lot;; things; too numerous to mention.A .
will be conferred during the session bad, unsightly condition of the old Elayman, purchaser of tax certificate No to make
Remember the supper and apron immediately. after the otHclal visitof buildings on portions of the grounds 531 pnrtof.dated the 4th dayof June, AD I' January fine Blue Unset Diamond, European Restaurant.

bazaar to be given next Friday night the Grand Master.\ and asked that the board appoint a 1894, has filed said certificate la my office place for le" carat, for sale at a bargain.
by the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian It Is confidently expected that this committee to act Immediately In conjunction and has made application for tax a new spring 1'lcnse Furnished Roooma
church. Oysters in all styles feature alone will Insure a large attendance with the board of trade and deed to Issue In accordance with law. give me a call and convince -
will also be served. These ladles of Masons from all parts of the; Woman's Fortnightly Club to Said certificate embraces the following stock. All our goods n yourself. Hot and Cold Baths

: have a reputation for serving a good the: county. remedy the same. A committee was described property situated In Putnam
supper and this one will be no ex- Sojourning.! members of the Masonic appointed.An county Florida, towlt: l are new. At
ception. Fraternity" are cordially invited to adjournment was then taken As to Lots 23-21-25, Section 31, town-
participate. ship 11, lange 2.1: -120 acres. James & Varpes
There was a fire at the home of S. until Friday morning\ which time The said land being assessed at the Miss Kate Lucas SHoes Free ,
the regular Jury list of 810
names was
J. Reynolds, on Dodge street, at 8:45 Woman's Club. date of the Issuance of such certificate ,
Thursday morning caused by a defective Fortnightly drawn for 1DO7. In the name. of Heming Ld. A Inv. Co. Palatka Pie _
kitchen flue. The West End The last meeting of the Woman'sFortnlghtly Bills were then examined and ordered Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Palatka, Fa.o ] To every child born in Putnam

Hose Co. got to the scene promptlyand Club was doubtless one adjourned.Bar paid. after which the board according to law, tax deed will Issue ( County during the year 1007 that n. Grace Rowley,
made short work of putting\ out of the most and Instructive thereon
Interesting on the 9th day of March, A. D. @ ill brought to
the fire. Little damage except; a ever held by this organization. 1907. my store before two Pianoforte Teacher and AccompauUt
small burned place In the kitchen Hon. S. J. Hilburn was the guest of Association Organized.On Witness my official signature and seal months old, I will give its first Coaching\ on HOURS.

roof. the Club on that occasion and by invitation !Monday, February llth. JudgeE. this the 31st day of .Jan'y, A. D., 1907. pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY Superior Instruction at Pupil

The Crescent Bottling! Works Is delivered an able address on N. Calhoun called. a meeting of [Seal] JOSEPH :PRICE Education by Mail [TREE.: Residence.
the subject for the day, viz: "The Clk. Circuit Court Putnam Florida '
the name of a new business establishment the attorneys of Palatka at the otllcn Co. San Mateo and Palatka.
on :Front street two doors Legal Status of Women." of Judge M. I, Coxe for the purposeof No tUliMwtiiMonlrMu liwvlnir: honw or emplormflnt.! toffrtno: dn north of the News olllce. H. Schlitt- Mr. Hilburn pleasingly; and forcibly organizing n bur association. < Intt. "ul."ini.Uo,Aluobrn. ,uoonujtry : jilt un W : ; ; : m m-m IIIIJIIMB iG. Notloe of for 'f.s
Application
;
Li..n. "
set forth the legal rights of mar ""* "yubul""y.| ] t&itincolUutvrr
ler, a gentleman from Georgia is the wom..n Judge V. Walton was made temporary = L*..n.i to..Thor-u. .hlrT iuaht by JM-IL TtulvI : The Man With Shoes Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws
C proprietor. The new firm will manufacture alonlmany lines as nominatedIn secretary, and a permanent 1'j .n't':;;::: ''
.. of
Florida.
the old Common Law of England' R. & A. Ginn ciu. s I. SuMSs, r.m.as., ii.. Palatka
Floridaesw..QIWL.
soda water ginger ale and organization\ was effected by the ; Notice Is hereby given that D. S. Can-
other soft drinks. leading from the Interesting\ limitations election of the following oflloere: No.
certificate
= non. purchaser of tax

The Pythlan Bisters held a meet- the placed more sensible upon her privileges by that; given codeto Judge Hon.E.8.N. J.Calhoun Hilburn, 1st vice president president ; Fruits DKALKK.S Confections ", ,,,,,,,,,m"n'm", '", '", ._ .L-: .484 ISO, anted, has the tiled 4th said day certificate of July, In A. m1 D.
her by the Revised Statutes. |;
ing In castle/ hall last Monday evenIng ; Judge K. K. Haskell, 2d vice for tax
o Bo*, and haa made application
at which time one candidate< was The closest attention was givento president; lion J. N. Blackwell, M Notice In hereby law.
given that with
Cold Drinks the
11 deed to issue In accordance
introduced to the mysteries of the every word of Mr. Hllburn's address secretary; Judge M\ I, Coxe, treas- FIRE I Annual Meetttig\[ of the stockholdersof the following
Said
Is and many points were made m ::::SEr certllloata embraces
order. The society addlnlquite a urer. i' the Wilnon Cypress Putnam
v number to Its membership and erelong subjects for general\ discussion at !its E.: N. Calhoun, II. K. Merrydayand ClgarsTobaccosEtc.nleAkiit W Insure your property 3SI I PnUtkn. Fla.. for the Company 11)07) will, of described. Florida.property to-wlt situated In
close. A rising vote of thanks county :
rank was rear
will doubtless the
among J. V. Walton be held
were appointed a = at the otlloe 0 8 town-
against Fire 3 oomiutny pt RilE : Francis section ,
leading lodges of ladles In the state. extended of to Mr. Hilburn and ex- committee to draft by-laws, and the : ir Lowney's Celebrated S= with 3 lu Pivlatka. Fin., at 10 o'clock a. mon hip 10. 1'i. 26. ,
iresalons range
appreciation were freely j
The recital and organ dedication at voiced.-Press Reporter. meeting then adjourned to meet at Candies. !III Wednesday, March 6tli, ]1U07 for The said Und being assessed at tM

the Presbyterian church Monday the office of President" Hilburn next = Boyd Block ''Palat ., Fla. .JP. H. Tucker i this election of directors and mich date of the Issuance of such certificate
evening\, Feb. 18th promises to b.e ARE YOU RESTLESS AT MIGHT. Monday evening Feb. 18th at 8 | Finley .her t'e business nil may come before In the name /. J. Padgett. Unless saia

an event of more than ordinary Interest o'clock. __________ IlID: ''IIIt'IIm'iIIII.Di"iIIJnIE'I1III'1.'ISlrJllLM:! : Insurance = Efc meeting. certificate shall be redeemed according
in musical circles. A pleasing And harraased by a bad cough? UseBallard's ::: 1 F. H. Wli-nojr Seoy. to deed will Issue thereon on
lawuajc
The of the Modern Mae- :=
Knights Ofllce 1 1Palatka
Horehound Syrup It will ae- \ opposite Court House, Paluj FIn., Feb. 8th, 1U07. 1107.)
has been arranged for the D. !
program FOKBALE-Thoroughbred Barred the 23d day of February
abees are requested to meet at H. = _____ j
; occasion and all those who attend cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt 'Inley" Tucker's offIce, next Tuesday. Plymouth Hook ERRS sottlng-vot 15, : Witness mj official signature and cell1this
the recital will doubtless spend a and radical euro. Hold by Aokerman- night, Feb. JHth, at 7:80 o'clock. *1.00.-MRS. F. J. KUARNSIDH. liuu .i I FORqENT.A very small Dot. the 16th day of January A D. l907.

pleasant and profitable evening. Stewart Drug Co. Buslnes of importance. I-150ft mml tJag"II''h'nit"hlt<> people.' Apply toN. ((8 al| JOSEPH pRICE Florin:, .
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