The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00069
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW SERIES VOL. XV, NO. It. 11)Oi- 1

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An Onlliiiin' to Fix the Hnlnrlus( 01 GENERAL NEWS. "'I" ;

i Ei Corrine Falatka:City Officers or the City ot VERY DANGEROUS I \,

Ho It ordalnwl, by the ]Mayor\ mid the ... ,
oily council of the city, of Fiitntka. A receiver has been appointed. In'

!i\ FlorHci' ; Fearful Suffering Caused by Eggs of Parasite Atlanta for the Chattanooga South'M"'i "
ir Section' 1.-Thnt hereafter the OltAssoiworor ern Railroad Company "r

the CIty of Pa atkn aharnrulro Which. it may Contain)-Statement Charles A Peabody has been re- ,' '
of Three
a salary Hundred -
elected of the Mutunl Life '
($100 00)) Dollars by a Priest. president )
/ per annum, ]parable by '. Insurance Company of New York. ,
E equal monthly luntnlliiionts. And the
Chli.f' of I'olloo of the Clly of PILI atka. From midnight Sunday till 8:80:; 't
shall' reiHlve for Mtt survives, Seventy- I Cincinnati/ 0., April 25-Prolmblj' Ihousnndt of Ulnulnnall )people Monday night Mobile, Ala., wan )" p I
live (1$75.UU) Dollars. per month. T.hlah the most iiniiHiml fen hire fifth.. excitement have been relieved of Home of those visited by one of the heaviest downpours .:'
..110.1be\ payable monthly. And all that has been created, ] by fearful parasites since taking Ooop of rain In her history. '

other poltimuinn of the City of Palatka, 'L. T. Cooper's visit to this city In er's preparation! nnd the city AH result of double
ryt rrr ., 'I' sine receive a salary of Flfly (SliD.011)) the removal of iinrnidtns or rnpti- has been aroused by the fact. the !Southern rnllway a Bunday short on ..
1 Dollars per month, which shall bll payable worm by his preparation. !Some of theso parasites are of such distance from a \
monthly. And the Municipal. Judge During the early. pert, of Coopor'n enormous size as to startle the 1m- are dead and several Birmingham, two men '"
of the City of Palatlia shall receive s stay In Clnclnnntl Individuals who HKIII"tlolThe/ statement of Father Injured. '1

lt. ( salary ol'1'hlOIl Hundred, f".1(10.00)( ) Dol were taking "Nt-w Discovery." us II John B/iptUt Arnolls one of the best Incoming liners report heavy storms ; ,
lars per annum. which shall, be payableby In culled, brought either In hlms"lf known nnd best beloved priests In on the trip across the, Atlantic The ,, S'\ '\
f a ; r monthly inntallmnnts.Sea. or to physicians throughout ,thu city this section of the country verifies sailors say It was the worst April

n 2.-All Ordinances, or parts of iminriiHe parasites that hiul' left: the this. His statement among others, they had seen In yearn. !, "';1
Ordinances svstnm. after uslnir Lbs flied lelne. given to a reporter was us follows: .
In with -
oonlllct this Ordinance "t
Many of these people were frighttetied "For I suffered. from Ithought Mother Carrie Nation has received '
be and the what
same am hereby re- years .
and cases of this sort became otTer of marriage from a gentle. i
was general run down condition -
fit.. : pnaled.Passed KO numerous that Cooper flnnlly man In Virginia. H. Is a veteran of
L of t Ilio caused stomach ,
system by
e opon Council tide 10th day I'I'an
6 of April, A.D. 11)07.) made the. following statement for trouble. I felt extremely tired heart.the Civil war, but Is still young at '

HOVVELt A. DAVIS, publication) : all the tim, and It was a great effort
Allont: 1'rexldnutCltgCnuncll He Bald: "In every city I visit to attend to my duties I would Miss Anna T. Jeanes a Quakeress I 1 f 1.
J N. BLACK WELL, these things aro brought to me with wake ni in the morning/ feeling sworn of Philadelphia, has given tlOOO,000( ;
[Seal) City aold In the city. They are what U I stood for of time I rudementary scools for southern
Approved April 10th, 1)07. any length negrona. ,
F. II. WILSON Mayor known. aa the tapeworm" anti (trowto would have pain in the lower part of I'I'for !
1 an enormous .I>le.: my hack, and would have to sit
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"few Indeed realize how prevalent down." a J
1 AN ORDINANCE.) these creatures. arc. I think I have n t of Philadelphia died at St. '
lawn the ftcut t.n flnmnnuf,. rllt.M WMflh A "I was very lIel'vou.lLnd depressed Mary's hospital in Hoboken Monday I ,
I large; factor they) nrn In the poor In spirits, and was troubled with morning from self inflicted wounds
r An Ordinance Kegiilatlutf tho Handing health. of thin. generation. I believe dll&zy"p..lIl1.. would see spots before with suicidal intent ,Y
11 a of Different City Officers of the City that fully one-bnlf of the ...hronlc"tomnoh my eyes when I stooped over
of Paint lilt. Fla: trouble 8'o universal caused and raised up quickly. I hadii very A snow storm more serious than In
.l< lie It ordained by the Mayor and city by l.lieee. parasites." Irregular appetite and would l have mid-winter visited the northwest I
I council of the city of Palatka: "liidlvIdiiaU may bate llx-ui for palpitation of the heart after ascend last Saturday, and fruits of all kinds, 'i ;

Section I.-That hereafter, the followIng rears ,and not be aware of the reason ing the stairs." the according bud in to reports, was nipped in &I "
I city officers shall give bonds as CfII' continued 111-henlth but attribute 'The. talk about Cooper's preparations I eastern Colorado. '

fo.lows: It to many dltllerent diseases was so universal that I decidedto The Jamestown :Exposition: com- \'
: f Dork five hnndrfid, ($500.00)) dollar. when. In reality one of these creatures try some, although I do not take Ole IDora II nil' the Booth anniversary of ,!tpp J;
t : Treasurer, (Roan thousand ((11) .000);) I III robbing them of their. vital- patent medicines as a rule. I took the first Engllbh settlement In Amer- ;, 1
I/f/ dollars ty." four doses. of the 'New Discovery'as lOlL will open today with President ,'
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f fad Assessor, five hundred ((6600.00)) dol. "Tliene parasites are taken into It Is called and e-worm about Roosevelt as the guest of honor. :i I
lars. the system in uncooked food or raw ninety feet in length left my sys Col. tlllk'f
Henry Watterson while
Collector, seventy-five hundred ($7.- meat In the form of an egg whichlatches .. .
: gk'd BOO dollars I "I thankful for this log politics in New York said, that j
% 00)) almost Immediately. Peo- nm very great there
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was other democratic 1
Chlef-of-FoIloe. oue thousand (tt.OOO- ) from them experience a relief, and now I know what has no alternative I\. '
00)) dollars.Bee. feeling of lassitude and aro extremely been the cause\ of all my sufferings." except Bryan and that
Ederheimer Stein & Co. 4 : 2.-AIl Bonds to be given In a nervous. The notion of the 'Dls- This story of Father Arnolls Is a party Hughes to Is reckon a force with.for the republican ;t.

MAKERS Guarantee Company to be approved by overy' seems to be fatal to these of the experience. of anastonishlng '. I Ililt"
the city council of the city of Palatka. ,(rent worms and In most cases a few numlW of Cincinnati "!\ Hicks,, an old-time base ,
s 0AMONG Sec 8,-All Ordinances or parts of doses of the medicine drives the ,ana Cooper's preparations ore mil player, who Is credited with be- a i' -
Ordinances in conflict with thin Ordinance creatures from the system. I will sailing here In Immense quantities ng the first man to catch off the bat r
the advantages we offer young men who come to us for their clothes is be and the same are hereby re have hundreds of them. brought tone It[ Is now .estimated that he has sold was found dead in room In a hotelat J I
pealed. before leave the city." one hundred thousand, bottles to date Hoboken (Sunday. He was 1M> / ,
that "
we can guarantee them better fit and more style.In Passed In open Council this 10th This (grew ome prophecy has been In this city alone, and the sale la still years old.Because. 1

dift'erent par.of the country young men of the same! ago vary strikingly in their day of APrIl A. I). 1007.hIOWELL amply verified, for not only. hundred increasing.\ she was afraid she was m1' .

measure monts. A. DAVI8. loamy the love that meant more thAn .I '. t
Attest: President City Council life to her, Isabelle Bouttelot..- a ''g'{ 1,
) It; is not every.maunfucturor nor every retail store that takes those facts into J. N. BL\CKWELL. ISM ST. A TTO US'l'INE.-A chapter of pretty French girl killed\ herself i : i
[fSeal: ) City Clerk the United Daughters of the Confederacy .
consideration. Saturday night in New York having '
We do and the manufacturers who likewise do \
produce our clothing ; r Approved April 10th 1907. LATE STATE NEWS. was organized at !Ht. AUlI'uatine sought\ her lover's room as the place. n\
therefore our stock has been made to our order and with reference to the requirementsof F. H. WILSON Major. Wednesday.. to die. y 'I I ,i

of the young men of this climate and section of country. OCALA.-From reports. availablethe Four men burned to death 200 "'
( Beautiful new stock of AgrlRiiuze. watermelon and cantaloupe crops horses killed, twelve firemen Injured
We have your particular] size and the Biiit that will exactly fit you and look best at reasonable Prices nil the latest SEVILLE The truck growers of In north, Florida north of Ocala, lira two of them seriously, two engines ?/

on you. In every respect we guarantee you complete satisfaction. colorings. Come and see the roods. Se v 11 lot are marketing thlor Irish damaged about CO Percent, overturned and wrecked by collis
E 6 HATTIE N. Buxv.mmm"m"m"'m potatoes from the muck gardens TAI\IPA.-In the case of E. E. ions with street cars several thrill-

around Lake Louisa, and are gnttfug I Webb vs. A. C. L. Ry., a verdict for Ing rescues from burning buildings ,
Prices $7.50 to $30.00. from $5.00 to $700( ( per barrel net. $20,01X1 damages. was rendered for the and property Ions of $200,000: were. I '
", '", ", >GFIRE Commission men from the north plnintilt by II jury In the U. 8. court some of the results of fires following! I

:: have made offers of 4.00 per barrelf. nt Tumpa lust week Al r. Webb inied the midnight hour Monday In New

In addition to our perfect fitting suits we desire also to call attention to our o. b. for the entire output, the for'damages on account of Injuries York. I, y
line of olf r to I.old good until May 10. received In n wreck III March of lust/
superb == The crop la estimated at 1,600 b rrels. veer, while engineer; for .said railroad.. Mrs. W. A. Walton's Reception. '
== Robert W. Davis and Hilton 8. I
FireS DeLAND Is generally conceded Hampton of Tampn, represented On retiring' from the office of third ''
Panama and Straw Hats. = against == I that the of will
= with ; next crop oranges plaintiff and W. A Carter of Spark- vice president Mrs. W. A. Walton ;:i
fall fchort owing to the pnst drowihofseveeal threw the
man & Carter. the ennlpany.JACKSONVILLE.The open doors of her hand
r months. In the lower partof home
some Kirkland

; Our Hosiery, Neckwear, Negligee Shirts (with or without collars) H H. Finley Tucker, for the seven state months there. and has many been nu grovesare rata road from Jacksonville hard to surfaced the four Friday to six afternoon on and tendered during the street hour last of ,I I'1
a reception
f Coats Undershirts andjKnee[ Drawers, Union Suit Underwear, S= lnauranoe == yet bare of foliage the leaves all beach began Is now the assured Monday.end the engineer The- to the members of the Woman's Fortnightly '
Office opposite Court House. : dropping for want of rain.IIRAIDENTOWN.Owing. survey Club and their "
::= :: Joint proposition of C. H. Barnes ) guests. : I i
and Men's Shoes-::nil of the most approved makes. g: Palatka.; Florida. to the I asksonvllle: Automobile association The reception hall. parlor dining d '
untiring efforts of the Indies of the and Motor Boat club to contribute room and library were most tastefully

mmmm' ummmmm I U Itr library association Hralclentowu! Is 120,000 In caali towards the road was decorated in the club colors
mid white.
to have n library building.JACKSONVILLE.Hon.. accepted by the Duval county com- green :
The guests were received bv the '
H. F. executive board Mrs. S. J. '
Fearnside Hilburn,
Clothing Wfl have just placed III stock a complete Hitchcock, first assistant postmaster correspondent to the president; Airs. P. L. Gardner, 1stvicepresident .
line ofCrockery generHl. arrived In JncUxonvilleSunday. Savannah News. dated April 24th ; Miss Mahel C. Baasett -

His purpose Is to visit the says Lincoln Hulley, president of 2nd!' vice- resident; Mrs. W. A. ., .
larger offices of the country in orderto Stetson University, and ex-Uovernor Walton Std vice-president, and Mrs. f'
become more familiar with the Jennings, one of the trustees of the Ueorge E. Gay, 4th vice-president. t
actual requirements of Ihe sums university, clime to blows to-night Dellclcns
Company and the lot embraces some of the Jen. Hitchcock Intended visiting In the lobby of the Leon Hotel. The of tea, sandwiches refreshments, assorted consisting cakes a

prettiest pieoos ever shown several other offices In Florida but altercation was over a fight which Is sad bon bons were served, Mrs Oeo
In Pulittka.. Would like was called. Washington Monday. being made before the legislaturefor ; E. Welch and Mrs M. M. Vickers ,
to show them to you. nlM'ht. an amendment of tho charter of
presiding at the tea table assisted bya
Prices. rpiisoniibln. the institution, for a board of trustees -
bevy ladles
Pa1a.tt r haveFurniture pests 1elB<< -6 there have been shipped the present olle.HASTINOS.EIM'lIt. and McLau hlln. ti '

and (House rom KlsnlmineH. 2.4(18,680( : pound offish carloads otpotlLto..a In their usual graceful manner '
and r
(140,041.72 was paid to I the
were shipped from
Hastings MlxeesBlancheCrlllandNitalalley
fishermen fur the catch. The bulk 3
Furnishing Goods last Saturday.! This the first dispensed
was a most refreshing punch
or the Jleh Is 1 tallish
tf mtf at prices remarkably low. Call. and > I I'rITUIIVILLE.t.'al'lollds large shipment of the Be"80n.-D..pu. in the library.Beautiful a!
/ Inspect them. of all ty (Sheriff green, carried to St Augustine music was rendered! during "'
kinds of fish are being sUppnd from'Itusville !Sunday,! a negro prisoner and the afternoon ,
R. S. MOONEY. daily lodged him In jail, charging him The president, ofllclals arid club : 9 qj] ,,
---- ---- with attempted criminal assault members
FORT PIERCK S. E, are greatly Indebted totheir 'J}
dray a ( p
( a white lady. The citizens of ,
upon charming hostess for most '.
Ilgbilk UIII1JDUi'JJIIIIJJII1IJIIJIr.'IIIIIWUIDIJIIIIII.'D111'.1!; .' '' muliliiittt of Fort Pierce, was RoC I- a
FOR SALE Shoes Free dentally shot at his home last week. Hastings were Infurated. and there enjoyable occasion. ,
might have been a lynching, but for
Fresh line ofLowney's |, A rifle which he had placed In a !
the precaution of the oftlcer which r
and Block's Candies I milslipped and fell to the Hour, I .enabled him to outwit the mob. The KEUKA. ,
the hammer hitting the seat of the-
To child born in Putnam confessed to the officer that he .
every negro Rev, J. L. D. Houstin
None better anywhere. I chair, calining tho rifle to flue' the ball attended the
Improved and Unimproved Land County during the year 1007 that Get. box and be convinced or | entering Mr. Oray's right side below The was drunk alleged' and crime had attacked wee committed lady. Presbytery at Gainesville last week.F. '\ !i

ig brought to my store before two the superior. qualify of these L the ribs and ranging upwards.- near Federal. Point. O. Leavitt of Palatka was here

mouths old, I will give its first goods. Full weight t' boxes. 9, Woods fires have wrought destruction PALM Monday, seeing after his place. JI
In Doth City and! County. In several' parts of $t. Lucia EA.CJI-V"M'etllbles are
pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY' : C. R. & J. A. Ginn county the pout two weeks the moat !going north now In great volume. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Patrlo, Mrs.
FREE. j Ii serious results. being in the neighbor- Express and freight: trains are carrying Jack and Miss Lytle of Mariner'.
Fruits Confectioneries! hood of Viking, Oslo| Veto and the thousands of "Orates dally to Lake were pleasant callers In town

William M.. Curry 1 4 Cold Drinks. peninsula opposite Vero. other states and the quantity l is Increasing Friday. t
steadily. Every the
Henry Strunz Cigars, Tobaccos, Ktc.Iloyd JACKSON V ILL E.-A severe express train with seven or day eight Loney Gibson of New York ;: f
The Man With Shoes Block, PalntkaaYla, wind and ImllHtorm'struck Jacltsou- carloads of vegatableIncluding: to- nephew of the late Mrs. J.-B. Howe
Palatka] Florida I1 villa at 8UO; o'clock Thursdajr-MFter-' mil toes. string beans made a brief visit last week to see ,;
Palatka, Florida JJEIIIUm'"IIf'IIIIJItIIIJIII1III1iilllm'm1''IIIIIII! :' (,' : ; '' _fl11A6 loon of lust week, doing consldern-. and eggplant; etc., his uncle, J. B. Howe. t'
freight trams from
-- -hl.-. -A..m... ... 'IoA.. .1........ "'n"D...._ n.. _..h.,._- five to thirty aura. nnolcArl- twenty-nlltlfv Mr. and Mrs. W. B. F. Leach andaughter
oraetrtrctrmtraetlati sized andCapt.! !Sloan: was drowned with the sainiH varieties of vegetables Miss i
meleeccocort ae ro r r'a 9n uur ten ncuncrrrcaD Ella accompanied by E
See our flagniflcent line of >4c4anrrrnrrloa aaanrrrrarr.ra rana t : : 58M The driver of a milk wagon was are en route from the lower heir friends, Mrs. Strange and Miss) )
M nu Illctl by a "Uv wire.. Ulnss windows 4
east coast to northern markets. Mattie- Fix, are stopping a few
111 1 I iJ on the went Hide of buildings' Potatoes are also beginning' to uiovo, here with Mrs. L.ach'.sister. Airs.
were. demolished and several! bulld- but the heavy shipments. will not ba J. M. Hum ley. They are en route to
High-Grade Furniture, Carpets loge were unroofed. A doaen or made for a week yet. The ship. Virginia after wlnt..r..t.
ITH nle i lore horses. lashed by the great hall menus from the lower east const .are Safety Harbor Florida, where-
3 aloue", ran away, some of them very heavy for this season of the Mr. Leach has a fine large
Hugs Lamps and 'Crockery. mailing Into and shattering plate and orange
tsra M R"""re glass;I show. windows and others going last year season.promise to eclipse those of trove.lere. He also has a nice grove

'" '" nto the river. Dixieland Amuae-
The Prices are RIGHT. THE JEWELER. lent Park Bulfered several thousand Notice.To .
t a Tax
doll ra damage. The hailstone* were Our Notice.For i

\OAPT. narjr u or unusual size some of them mvns- At our Customers annual meeting! held last the purpose of receiving Tax
VW. HOUSEEEEURNJSNERr u rlntt ntae and half Inches In dlaineer.
R. RYAN ::l a month it was decided that after Returns, I will be at the following
Palatka.I Numerous small craft
on flllfhg what orders we' now have named places as given below:
PALATKA FLORIDA. river were either beached or ..wamped. booked for San M teo. .: .
The Wheelman's Club planing mill work we April 2 th.
was wrecked. house would discontinue running; our plan- East Palatka. .'. . ? ? ,.l oth.
----. Wn u Ing mill and box factory Indefinitely Orange: Mill*. .. .. May, 1st.
NOTICE. orur PEN ACOLA-Th. olty of Penna- and In the future market our product Federal Point.. .. .. . . .. ..2nd.
f'f'otiSlii'1"1r"T? con<'"rn'WANTED' I Look and GunsmithDealer din cola la to own the municipal water In the rough\ only and, so far as pqsslble. QBO.: F. BOLLARD, s ,
i > atv.nthnt lour wonk.nl. urur plant The water company has o Her In a> wholesale way Tax Assessor.
'r I l w Judge;. \' 'of rtM will t11n,u1'f.l loom W, lion l : n''r:" ;! ur ed Its entire water nlant for the sum The Solden Cypress Door Co., of

ut'"n"tnlln' Uunnly' Vlo.h'Ito' euthnrl.u.nd" InKlcycles nW of IIB7.BOO! and will turn over the this city are In a position to furnish. BALLABIM HOBXUOPND BTHCP. J
honor my.In.tloll. or .. 11110 bloater: ""Marl. Headquarters for Watches. ; plant and business a. soon as the city mouldings, trimmings, etc,, in car
'pill\ ah,; "A hBnlt.h' PutnaRl Uumrt R 1'111. and Sewlnir Mach Inca, III prepared to plnoe the necessary land. lots. Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
N ray 1jJ amount in the bank to The Palatk. eoulIhoppr".e: ; <1, rattling rasping and
lllloipp'Attornnr.: V.O DUBHAIL Hewing Machine XccilluH their credit.JACKSONVILLE. I Lumber Co. and N. J. dI inioult/
Ctfcni.I See the HAHILTON Tllghman" Hans, also of thl. city, breathing. Henry G.) Steams,
Mrs. ,
IIbry Dnllllllet.llhulleburil.: : WU.
and Siippllc" In writes, May
pnsltlon to take
by steady, M 101 5l4' ardnrr. wife of Robert L. Gardner. I ind care of 'local 20, 19U2i''I: : have beAD' selling Ballarda
trlotly carload
mnen' ,lober married sfnitU t Rood lllcyolc Sundries, Etc. MIoI 2 Best In the World sun of f Grand Crossing" and daughter" of I eteThal1klllM' order for dressed 1umh..r. lurobaund Hyrnp for two year.. and
bookkeeper both and Colon ,
IOllb..:. cir Thomas, of oval county, was have sever hart a preparation that has
entry couUrsnne In CJ-rmnn, ; shol! and killed abort o'clock you for past favors. '
Thursay gives better satisfaction
v I
lanlah Norwegian KAHLS hlch we assure, Imve notice that
8wAdl.h, French z. O. mnriilng of last week l-y her. you been dulv when I sail bottle
''li't'1 Hpanl.h arid nfat ucucm a,prfci (ted.. w.. tH.1.tl) remain.. I a they corns bank for
A I salesman.
n"-y.lu.old who
son, 'was playing T
ddre more ran honestly "
recommend It.I
\ ', UOMMradI4L mD0e49aA J99CYCttW1r6H'L Your trulv
11, Palatka, Fla.; P. 9 O.-92-Box t! 417 Lemon flt. Pal"tk., rim. acajuajaajB.ociiBOCooccre.ECca' aoaa.aa CCCQIr7a79TJG779'a909tJ779 ncaaa0anaacs acpwaati with a shotgun In the house, WlLSOX CYPBEB4: CO. tiUwtrt 25o. Roe; and Drug it OJ.r no., gold by; Acker man.

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Entered ab! the Palatka postofQoemallable meeting of the ladles Baptist ImporUnoe In the Eyes of the
as mutter of the second Missionary Society held at Mrs. II. My literary Double.! Indian Native.

"I&S8. L. Arant's last Thursday afternoon, India is so vast that different etiquettes -
was well attended. roo oo. ,
In different districts.
Plblixlied at ralatka Fla. onlo'rldaYIi
k'. by 11 M. Becks'of Cedar Keys Is home [Original \Ve have no standard etiquette, no

ou a visit. I am a abort: story writer. After a standard dress. We mostly copy European

RUSSEtIVIOKERS.. Misses Ruth Cone Ethel Arant ; long Illness I was ordered abroad for etiquette while with Europeans.

and Frank Rich attended Even, a Bengnloso shakes hands with a \
church at
W.. A. RUSSELL. BillUf change and while on my return trip
__n_ __ __ ..4 Bethany Sunday.. la London bought some American magazines. Bongnlcse, speaks In Kugllsh for a few : ; \
minutes and thou breaks forth into the
-A small at
I party spent
: EDITORIAL CLIPPINGS. What was uiy surprise to find
(Camp Blanch fishing mid hunting. vernacular. We shake bands with, aEuropean
In one of them a story signed by my ((1's
They report plenty of fish, us about on pnrtluir but by mistake
The United Slates Distilot Court 800 were caught.W. self. At least tile name was mine. again touch the band to the brow in a e/, Tr \'\ /

at Jacksonville hns knocked out tlio Cannon has moved into his Then I remembered that there might ,salaam so we both shake Imudu / ,

Governor and the Internnl Improvo- new cottage near his store. be others of my name, and I sot about ulaam and do tbe like, and no sober

ment Board In..thelr tlfo-'ts. to collect Charlie Neck of Palatjta was a visitor leruRtag tbe story to seo If the author minded European ever cared for the.

1 that drainage tax from the landowners here (Sunday. There seems to was a better man with the pen than L anomaly.The .

1 lu the draluarevdlstrlct.- bu some attraction for him I am not a versatile writer and my umbrella Is the emblem of royalty -
tho sign of a .rajah, so natives
Volusia Co. Ktcord. stories are all in the same vein. Indeed "
We regret to learn of the Illness of generally fold their umbrellas before
little Nellls Backs daughter of Mr, I consider that one element of
a rajah and not before anybody else,
'1'Ie! legislature will Investigate the and Mrs. G. W. Beck my success. When a reader takes a 1
however Is not of the ,
front. It a part
woiklnfra of the Internal Improvincut ... Miss liana Strange WAS shopping fancy to niy work, he can got It again dross but a protection from the rain -l' ,%,

; Hoard. It Is hoped that the lu Palatka. Friday Saul more again attached thus to't.becoming What more was and my or sun, a necessary appouilngo. "just ''iifl11i ff

; special. committee from the Senate Mr. and Mis. A. R. names of PalHtka surprise to nee la the story I read my like the watch anti chain. You might .\,

and House will not find a mara'a are vlaitlng the lattar's parents, as well ask a European to take off
style, my method my own personality.I .
iiost. Apaluchlcola. Times. [It Is Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Kellum.'' lila waterproof coat. A cooly Is not
wondered as I read on If one of my
further to be hoped that the Investigation Mr. Ifhlght and daughter, Miss Blorles that bad come back to me bound to fold Ills umbrella when a supply of tobacco without I

will not be a whitewash.] Olive Ivulghc; of Edger, were. vleitoisat 'lien sent out at tbe beginning of my bilgndlor Kcuornl rides past: But a This man bought a -
the home of J. last Sat menlnl clobes down tho umbrella
W.Strange generally

career and finally shelved bad not fallen -
urday. While here Mr. Knight be himself with the distinctive tasteS !
I'eniacoIiiui are Industriously bustlliiK ;; j and purchased __ into__n .n some_._ Anan hands who__ bad____ dist___ on seeIng, his master whom acquainting
the home of Mrs. Webb considers his king. But no Indian,
In the effort to raise a donation will move here sometime In the near honestly sold It. But I finished without however humble, ought to fold 1 up the Tobacco which has the cheering 1
future. Mr. Knight an old citizenof recognizing a scene in It from beginning of ,
of aoO,000 to be Rlvon to the Memphis needless umbiellu, even before a magistrate, because -
Putnam lived to end. It is to
county, having at say
& Andalusia Railroad which We ho Is neither the master of the i his desire to chew and at
Edgar s..vuraly..at'l.Ve are glad to that I was puzzled-more than puzzled. qualities that gratify
seeks a gulf outlet at Pensacola, and know that he Is going to make ills I was seized with an uncanny feeling bumble passerby nor his superior officer -i

Floridian should wish the long home with us. nor Is ho bound to salaam him. \
every that I had a double somewhere In the- than tobacco.
But If he does, no harm In a word I less cheap
sulteiing citizens ot the Deep Water S. E. Stiange returned to Astur world who was Interfering wltb my umbrella' expense
natives fold the j
City success In securing a competingraiiroad.ApaIachinola last Thursday, after spending about Identity.On generally
two weeks with his family reaching America I went at once before a master or a superior officer
Times. and other however this Some day they'll get a taste of the real 1
to the office of the magazine In which not any citizen SCHNAPPS has been advertised in

SeflatOrJtuiflpirloe- -of Manatee,, Pinafore at Stetson University. I had seen the story and asked the editor grent and this Is no Insult: paper so that every chewer has had an Scznappsthey'llrealizewhatenjoymentopportunity i
While to native chief
from whence it bad come. lie told going seo a to acquainted with the missed SCHNAPPS \
resolution In theSenate get they've by not getting
Introduced a Joint Ollbeit& Sullivan's Comic Opera, his palace the nntlve visitor or official
Monday. proposing an amend. Pinafore, was performed at John B.StetBon : me that it bad been received by mall takes off his shoes if the receptionroom facts and know that drugs are not used long ago-then they,U feel like kicking j.1-

liloiit lo the constitution daring University, DeLmnd, Fla. In typewritten form with my name at- has a farnsu and- the rajah isit- to produce the cheering quality found in
. by the students. Judge Jones oflltusvllie tached. The manuscript was produced. flue-cured themselves. '
absolute State prohibition. tlng on his runsuud But If he Is're- the famous Piedmont country sSCHNAPPS
for : '
There was signature. It was no .
of the 7th Judicial Circuit my
I Should: this resolution pass both Judge J 1) Beggs of Orlando forgery. I know the moment I lookedat ceived In the drawing room, furnished tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS Is what he is sold everywhere in 5 ,

hoiUHg' there Is not much doubt that of the Criminal Court of Orange It that I bad written It: I felt a after the European style, the shoes ought to chew. Still there are chewers and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be ,
county Judge I. A. Stewart of ibm. sre allowed. In some states no natives who other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts
i> would bo ret ItI.d i I'y the people m buzzing In my ears and came near J
Iinitial! court ol Volimla can go to a rnjnh without a pu- the genuine.
.ctIOIl.-Klullllln. Val county fainting.I that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get
: tile next "'
and, many other dlHilnirumliert' n en. gree. In others the pugree Is taken
was now sure that I was a dual bo-
ley-UiiZBtte. a id women were present to witness oil and tossed 1 at the feet of a rajah.It '
.she performance, The big AuUiuiilum luff. My family Insisted on my consult Is ridiculous In n European (from -

Governor Jioviud! In light In hlx was full. A large\ number hud Inn, a specialist In nervous diseases, but the Hindoo point of view) to eider a .
to tile gallery. the I knew that I wns well and of sound
he that occupy '- --
message when sugests coun- nntlve to take off fils shoes. This Is
ty commissioners city councils winter tourists have departed' there mind. I bad never been III In my life what we ask our priest to do so( that Notice; ,; of Application for Tax Deed lm'ijr 3.. SI IEi 5J !S/ ,-', 7, i
neeinn to be no abatement of the Interest except the once I have mentioned, and Under Section S of chapter 4888 Laws 15.\6\ 5 ).tQ ImS\'i f L '
b.. allowed to expend a part ot the or the. people. In the good then far from using a typewriter I we may touch the dust of his feet. of Florida.Notice it> Ii i

public money from time to time In I lung, that Stetson University I Is couldn't have used a pen. A few days A muimhl when mildly rebuked by his Is hereby given that J. W. Oils-

printed mutter continually ottering. sahib took off his shoes, but recounted son ft Co., purchaser of tax certificateNo.
ndvtntlslnu; through after my visit to tbe editortho told ;
timid othriwUo the advantages and Miss Emery gave life and power lo ma that lie bail sent me a check for tbe the whole scene tit his better half, sav 2C5, dated the Oth day of April, A. D. !L A. Merryday Oo
I the movement. of the "Sisters and ing. "Snla hamora Iorka goals lenny 1892) has tiled said oertlllonte In my / .
resources of their respective counties stry( It occurred to me to go to the I
the Cousins and the Aunts. She also office
mugtnal" ("The brother-in-law wants and has made application for tax
and municipalities with a view of sang with Mr. Hill u duct from bank and learn If the money bad been the dust of my feet")-Indian Military deed to Issue In accordance with law. "

-. Inducing more tourists to come to The Red Mill" which brought an drawn. It baa not. Gazette.POINTEDPARAGRAPHS.. I Said certlflcite embraces the following H lcacm'is, hIt

: Flol'lcln.-O"lne.vllli. Sun. encore. Mrs. Farrlss played the Here was a further mystery. If my 'described) property situated In Putnam I
piano in a lII"sterly fashion. It double were writing stories, using our 'county, Florida to-wit:

tokes a great deal of labor for a body common bruins for the purpose, he at SJa of 8"J, section 10, township 0. Crate Material
Governor ilrown and his Internal uf busy people to get up a performance 26 1
least (mil a separate bank account I range -81) acres t*
Improvement Hoard must pay back like Pinafore. It is only possible Inquired' for this account at every bank No man ever landed a particularly The said land being assessed at the t

' to those poor tax payers the money where In there I Is system and cooperation In the city but It was not to be found. easy position by trying to dodge work. date of the Issuance of such nlHciUe of all Kinds.

collected with which to on his a high degree. Miss Almost he woulddo In the name of Unknown Unlo's i
carry L/uscadeii of Louisville won the encomiums I was destlued soon to receive another every man Imagines
said certllloute. nhall be redeemed ,
according -
: dialnagn; scheme. Thanhs to the of all who were piesent shock. One evening In calling fora a lot of philanthropic stunts if he
to law tax deed will Issue tlieieon !
big land owners In the drainage district She sang "Little Buttercup" She certain magazine my wife made excuses bad the money. on tbe 6th day of May .\. D 1007. ''i' Fruit and

I who were able to fight and defeat wits dressed In the color of the buttercup for not producing It, and I knew Why Is it that the people with nothing Ntltness my official signature and seal

the Governor In the courts. The She Is probably the best nt once that my double bad been publishing to do but sit around and visit are this the 20th day of:March A. D. I 11107.
' singer In Louisville, Kentucky I She: another story. I insisted on bav such dreadful bores? [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE.
: tax payer could not carry his case to ssng In exquisite voice. She is a
in!; the magazine brought forth and Some people imagine that by being Clerk circuit court Putnam county, Fin Vegetable"Wraps.
the couits and had to hand over bin first cousin of the great actress, By B. Raymond Price dep. clerk. t ;
Maude Adam Everyone declared found my suspicions to be correct. It Impudent they are showing others they I I '
bald earned to the tax collector.
money that Miss Cusuaden made the daintiest contained a story under my name, a are "as good as anybody. Notice of Application for Tax Deed .

.-VoluslaCo. Record. prettlustllvt'lest I loveliest"Lit. story I bad never before read. When n father and son are lu busIness Under Section 8 of Chapter 1888 Laws

tle Buttercup" that ever played the Upon Inquiry I found that It had the son can usually tell of a lot of of Florida. .

In. a recent Speech at Chattanooga nart. Mrs. Powe had the part of been" received but a few week before mistakes his father mukes.AIIlostnny Notice Is hereby given that The B.

Tenn., John Temple Graves said that Josephine," Doyle Carlton of "Sir Biy.*ieturn to America and a check married make W. Mattox Co., purchaser of tax certificate ,I
Bryan should nominate Roosevelt Joseph Porter," and Mr. Cotton of : bail, been sent to my address for It. man can No. Hal. 78. dated the 6th dayof If
"Dick all did their I bls friends smile by saying lie is per Palatka Florida.Established
Deadeye. They Tile cheek had not been drawn.I June A, D.. 1807, and tax certificateNo. j j'i
nt; the democratic national convention parts well.Woman's. at once notified magazine in fectly free to do as he pleases. Hal. C2, dated the 1st day of Ju y ,

,,. next year. At a recent meeting every When the carbolic acid bottle finds A. ]>. 1901. has filed said coitlfloatelo 'i'iR
the country that If stories of mine
or the Hundricks club Evansville Home Companion. ntro In their possession any I would be Itself next to the cough medicine on my office, and has made application :g&B! -' : I !
1 lid., a resolution was adopted that the shelf Death stops sharpening his for tax deed to Issue In accordance "
'J'heVomnn's Home obliged If they would let know of
Companionfor me with law. Bald eel'initiate embraces the .
scythe to lean bnck and be .-
III the Interest of the square deal May appears with a number of the fact. Three magazines sent Tne AtchIson GlobeMica following descrIbed property situated In

Itooxevrlt should' nominate Bryanfor Its illustrations exquisitely printed replies lu the affirmative. Each had a Putnam county, F.orlda, to-wit: Snip .In' t f (0 lllncnrII'l '
-- - -
president In 1008, ns there Is now In color. This Is a radical departure story In my especial vein and duly W| of Net Bel of N"l.} Nj of Net) 26 Years half u million

no doubt that Bryan WHS beaten III for monthly innirazliies: of the size of signed with a pen by me, the signature section 18, township 8, s range! 27. east- (loll.n.t.

1800 by contributions of money from fact theVoman's It is the first Home time Companion In the historyof In being genuine Two of them had sent Axle Grease 160 The acres said .land the' Our continued( |,ro being assessed at
corpoi.atlons.On similar magnzlue publication that checks. Tho third had not. wi-11 ulMnsoil iMinrninpte Complete, I Hue of Stationary i rl 1..Iahle.
date of the Issuance \
of such certificate !
: color work In illustratIons has beAn Since! upon Inquiry at tbe postodlce lengthens the life of the /4 la the name of UnkLOjrn. Unless Engine" nUll! Itoilciw' !Saw All Ms, and nil Wood Woiklng/ Machinery' ;

account of the scarcity of I"bol'10cIII attempted. 'Hie result Is exceedingly I tail, learned that there were no letters wagon-saves horse said oertlf\cat shall be redeem. d according -] IIHO| ttlarg' -loth of tl fit uppllct. no v.on hand. Uer our cm, "logim mid

attractive, especially ns shown In there for me, I concluded that my to law tax deed will Issue thereon fl'IceVe. have nc' "'onnvctloiin
strawberry growers have. foundIt Kills Parker Butlers' humorous power, timo and tem ///fl/ nil
story Jacksonville Flu Address
double had received those containing on the 11th day of May, A D.. ,
mictwsary to Bend to nearby points, "The Cromatlo Uhosts of Thomas,'' the checks. But why had he not drawn per. Best lubricant lathe J//// 1907 __ ;\\I I t communications. toMaisby .
V at considerable in order to and In Heibert D. Wind short stcry *world-contains ti/Il/ Witness official .and -<0 .-"-
. expense the money? If he could use my brain my signature seal )_; 1.-

secure, the services of pickers. Wagon Tim'I'he Wall cover of of the the Word.May, number Is a anti, sign my name to his creations he powdered< mica 'IJ I this the 3rd day of April A. D 1907 ''' Co.

lands of old and young people reproduction' of an extimncly clever could certainly Indorse a check. I notified which i Clerk[Seall] JOSEPH PRICE '

have been brought to Starke. and vicinity water color by Fanny Y. Cory. the postmaster to hold any mall .'forma/ By olrnultoourt B. Raymond Putnam Priest,, dcp Couxit clerk.. Fla. '_ ,,' 41 B. I'omitli SI
for me at the office bearing the official "'"'.
: in order to pick berries as rapIdly a smooth Atlanta, Georgia.

as they are III condition for "Ch ckmnt.." stump of the magazine that had not 'hard coaling on axle, and Notice of Application for Tax Deed .

shipment. The rain of early last "{'lwdDlllt 'I'! ru I..>,.""t.. "slnih nint!" sent me for Its check and to have any one reduces friction.If Under Section 8 ot Chapter 4H88 laws .- -a
calling a letter for me arrested. of FloridaNotlne
week helped tin "the shah, ii ilend." In ;you want your outfit
crop wonderfully, Mmk.: fact
Then I asked the editor of the maga- Is hereby given that J F. Florida East
and another downpuur would be euturwl our IIUIRHIIKO long into via Arabic zlu In question to mall me its check. to last and earn money Oanas purchaser of tax certificate Coast Rai1way.SOIietitileCIuingesIflEiTecpriliJth. .

very bmipflclal. The frosts In Carolina niul old licni-li nrrl\lng lu the The letter was received at the post- while it lasts-grease No. 11)00) dated the 4th day of Nov. A.

tind In the ,"Mi form, of 'eiiu'cli.' "Chu.,," In really the axles with Mica D, 1895 has flied said certllloute In 1907.)
have also office held
m madeIt and instead of being sent tome ray .. _
___ ____ .
"chocks office and has .
king! and the cry of"Cliec'i Axle made application for tux -
Greece -
'- --- -
possible for local growers to continue by a postman. It was not called No. 2io.2uI 0'7C S.. I.1 I.
: !I" moans. your king Is hi danger, deed to Issue In accordance with law.
their shipments to far-distant IIGIKO the M I 1'b .nnd Riibstnutlie for A month passed, and one morn- STAMOARD OIL COMPANY '----a.e Bald certificate embraces the rid owing -iri7-virt-'t--I;| Laws- . ...JackHunvllksbl --1-: 1 "
oints.-Bradford lug I received an envelope inclosing descrIbed Drone.tv .1..t..1 V.. T Wllinniii: III I ) v nI : .. .
,> Telegraph.In chut.k" In nil tiiulr ..n ..... :: : AUKUtillnp :
English mUl1l1lulfli-- I I jp Cl
all the checks that had been sent out county, Florida; ; .wlt---; 111 l>aytoaaNcwdmyrnu 5P i
"tln'ck." which -- ) I il lo uSlilll I in' U'it
11 communication was originally the for these myotorlous stories. But no Lots 9 and 10 Towlnn Hub piv. Oov. rii. I I & :'Vltivliie : t :s'i ; Ito

in today's paper appearIngelsewiiere J. N. "check"caiinti'iToil: fraud or; II'('tlietketud bill I tlmt" er\otl from then to note, no ward of explanation, came Often The Kidneys Are 20 Lot acres.4, section 7, township II: range 27_ I,(l in.Mil i i i e 4.inir.. i :: fort Eats Pierce ClHlllg- ... I Ill liii UI a I i lit,I I:;':

. \\'ltl1lt. A 141 8"I'.1 '.. .'" I m'i I''
L Andrews rails attention to a practice "pcct of the clmsbomd, find "ex- I was greatly relieved. My double Weakened by Over-Work i Tbe said laud< being "",...eeed at the .7 ie "ill' "''I' f \TI\a Miami I'lilm' .Bench._ a c\, I I,(ii,,'
ninong the notaries public which l In ciioiitior," from, tho checkered pattern date of the .Issuance of such rllnVnte" --
was an individual and honest '
1',,, an ono. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.It In the nam of J. P. JihCK\Vi'rFf'rrnitIofaitge J. D. JIAHNKB: A U P. !.
not only altogether too common, but >f tlbh': !:>th on which tho king's lie or I, one or both of us, scorned to Br E.V.. Varnuni Unless
which should be absolutely prohibit- nci'3iintj woro kept with counters All take that had not bean used to be considered that only Bald certlltOHte shall be redeemed no- AuxuHllno., ,', Florida.
the ,oo owe t > the rerxlmi sarere money fairly urinary and bladder troubles were to be cording!! to liv.: tax deed 1 will liwue there -.
J e I. That practice consists, as Mr. earned. But Lad he or I earned It? lie
traced to the on on Ihs 22nd
:KU'S tll'o! .-London Chronicle kidneys, day of April A. D., I. _ _
Andrews. being honest should I be .
sajsof taking acknowledgments ; dishonest but now modern 1907)

of signatures to deeds and anti draw the money for the checks? I "science proves that Witness ray Official nlgnHturn and goal p

: other legal. papers over the telephone. Tha Bosnian", Roasting! Jack.A Ono day I secured a note written in nearly all diseases this the Uth day. of Mnr.-h A D 11)07 DIRECT
clII'I'JOI.'m'I"ly. of the old fnnliloncil a woman's hand The writer offered have their befriumiiK I [illal/:: ] JOSEPH PllICE, FROM OUR DISTILLERYWLLW

TIme law provides that the person r.lh./r, / Jnclc Is used by the to explain: the mystery of my double if in the disorder of Cleric circuit court Putnam county, Ha"

whose signature Is acknowledged ppngnntH of Bosnia anil lleraugo%'Inn I would guarantee not to prosecute her n11 these most important I By R. RAYMOND PHIOB, U. t3.

must appear personally before the nlum roiiHtliiK cbocp whole/ (is ou the for any Illegal act I sent a reply immediately organs.

: notary and under no other conditions occasion of n nodding ceremony. One agreeing to bor terms, and and The purify kidneys the blood-filter G. S. & F. Ry. DALE

can his seal be properly or often e""slenr a running stream! .a the next morning the woman called on _--.0: ; that Is their work.

V legally atllxed\ to the document. long pole hating< ono cud revolving me. I at once recognized tbo nurse Therefore when your kidneys are weak Schedule elective Jan Oil, 1007.)

The I present practice should be stopped freely In a socketed, pegvhllo/ the who had attended me during my Illness or out oforder, you can understand how Subject to change without notice
,-ronsHCola Journal other overliniiglng the water Is equipped """'* ,, quickly your entire body is affected and e- -

fl with mlnlnturo paddles Tula Is She confessed that when under her bow every organ seems to fail to do its Departures from Palatka.

lie Bosnian roasting Jack. Time sheepto care I had Insisted on dictating to her duty.It .
Dutinellon Is about to become mixed you are sick or "feel badly" begin 1:50: p. m.-No( 10, for ValdoaU, Silicon
bo cooked Is impaled on the log. and that she bud conceived 1 the Idea of
up' luI peonage case. Last summer taking the great kidney remedy, L>r. and points north. Pullman WHISKEY
a fire Is lit underneath, and while selling the stories I dictated. She had Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon sleeper through to Atlanta without
. u of Italian laborer, the current spins the paddle and the them typewritten and gave them\ to me as your kidneys are well they will help change. Connection mode at Valdosta -

. Whim) were working for the Port Inglls polo merrily round the big joint is to sign. After my departure she sent all the other organs to health. A trial with local sleeper for Macou I

.r 'j'"rlllllllllUomp..ny. Jumped the jot, cooked literally to a turn.-Wide World then out, but bad no way of drawingthe will convince anyone. 5:30: a. m -No, 2, for Valdosta Macon

after becoming indebted to the comnilsMiiry Magazine.Do checks except by forgery, from It you are sick you can make no mistake Atlanta and points north bolld A EXPRESS
and which she shrank. by first doctoring your kidney. train for Silicon; connection made
signing contracts to The mild and the extraordinary effect of at Valdoattt with lullmnn for QTSA85
pay up In labor. When given the You Want to Know What You No doctor has satisfactorily explained Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Macon; connects nt Lake City oir for uy PREPAID

choice of standing arrest for breaking ) Swallow? my condition of mind during this kidney remedy, is soon realized. It Live Oak And Tallahansoe. Also I
bontract unconscious literary work. It seems stands the highest for its wonderful euros connects at Valdosta and Tlfton in s pM1
or going buck to work and Semi ns $2.83 and wilt ship }
Thnra U a growing wntlment In thIs probable to that I In and is ve' you
country me was a mental of the most distressing cases, Cordele for all four. '
decided to In fcvor of moUlrlnm of points in south O or- case with tio ninrks. to show contents,
I they return to woik Ths: Known compoNlilon."
II !I. jUt nmurnl' h""olle.huold> h.... Home In- condition to dictate the stories at sometime on its merits by all gin.TraIn' qnnrU of WILLOW DALE RYE express prop'"".
week number of our business, nun. torai In lh. oomiwulilon, or that which li. or during my Illness, but that subsequently druggists' fifty-cent .::: ::: -.-- 7 Try it and if don't find it all right Mid 1 the

l nre at Tampa. to testify. Our state aCe drink la or expected medicine' tu awitllow wbethur ib bu lu*tl, I passed through a period and one-dollar size "' arrive In Palalka from points r-* 'isy,. you ever yon tasted, send it buck to ns at onr ex

statutes provide for the; punishment RocngnlainK' Inla irrnwlnir dlpnatlon! on the which obliterated the remembrance of bottles. You may aorta at 10:30 a. m. and 10 :05 p. at. ._f ,, rcf rat and your $2.83 will be promptly refunded.
- part of tlie ,puoilr,anil nitlHllua thai the rulI... have a sample bottle a of any one breaking contract, and if publicity. call unly odd to the wiill-earned rapu.utlnn havlig done so. by mail free also a telling a ?
not allowed of lila meilaineis. ",. 1%. V. J......... or 8. BUNTER HALSET. pamphlet you The Georgia 8outhi.ro 4.. Florida Remember we are distiller, so when you
we are have
to how find if :
enforce out
this to you kidney or lily tlio ueiu--
BiifTalo.. n. Y., Im uken time by the fore offers the I l from us you save the enormous profits of
law, It should certainly be stricken lock, an .K were anil I In .miblUlilnir, broiuli.arit a bladder trouble. Mention this paper most convenient route from L 0 i ers and avoid. all chance or adulteration. 'i ou art
Hut ut all the iDureillenln entvrluic' Intu, hli when writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bmghamton Palat' a and Tlulnlty' to Macon. Atlanta L
from our statutes. Dunnellon, Advocate. medlflneii, Uulilun Modlcul ll.cu.ery" the Then_ mor<* (Ca itrrh In thlaKectloa the and all points north and sure of getting oar whiskey Just as it corneal fromour
popular, liver InvlKoralor.utomuoh Ionic, bloo,'. country than All\ .>thrr dlaene put together, ,N. Y. Don'tmakeanym_ ..t..ke, northwest. I .. distillery without being tampered u any
Yes It seems that the law pirlt1erand' huart regulator, CI., of hi. .,favorite soil ItLurible., haiti I.e. biaS. tow CCpe was annn..i 'n h. but remember the came, Swamp-Root For sleeping car reservations., h".1 way. '

.i only works one way for the protection broken.prciiurlptlnir down: ,1 nurvoiiaand' ror Invalid weak over-worked women prnnotincel'' W'oir.m""Fi.tio Its boil dlaeoiHi" und pre"oitbe4. ton Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address ules, eto call on r. PENNY Auent, t t 'k If you prefer corn wlilnk.r, w.e.ill send, vnj

of the worthless. laborer (for the Till bold and out-npuken movement on the local rtmioilt.'a, end by constantly, Ml Ins lo Binghamton,N.Y.,on every bottle Palatka Depot, or J. II. HAUQHION, four full rtnartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN
tiirt or ",. Pierce bjM by Mhowlnv exactly miSt cure with 'local treatment' pr..o"nnood It IncurablH City Ticket Agent. PalatkaC Youom't
better class of labor la .. WHISKEYforSZ.eO.etpressprepaid.
I never mixed ItlN well-known' tnHdlulnta I am eomixuied of, .I.noft C ,provnn onttrrlt to beaconetltuHonajdlHeaMii Ladles send name and address at

: up in the peonage cases) the Itlalian, completely have I beratorora disarmed nnjuitlly all harping attacked crlllON tliem.who A ireit'ment..anil therefore Mull. Catarrh requiresowalllutlond cure-, to the Hannah your Duston Shoe -B. HODKS. C. P. A., Macon e... ti any buy price.a better corn whiskey from anybody else

Irish, eto from the slums of other little iiamphloi, haw been compiled 1 from the manufactured' by '.J. ( beney Si Co, Tole,lii. Jo. of Haverlilll Mas., for an account Our Eniuontee of or monof!

Mates, and the right of contract Is no : etandard' medl..laol"o.IU.practice showing. or the all the. aeveralachoolior Ohio market.I. the..tat-k on y a constitutional InturnHllv. > In 01..cure... from on the lU of the capture And escape of Executrix: : Notice. I: refunded ifies with every peyfeeeUsfiition shipment we make voj:;

I ljuger respected As : by leading,:: medical wrltara etronKett. of endoniementa the- dropa',e .....poonlul. It nets 01''.......,y nn the Hsnnah Dustou from n body of Indians Motto Is hereby gIven that. on Monday S I run no risk when you.,deal with tw as the own -
our contempo. a iveral Ingredient which enter Into D,. blood and mucous, aurracoe' of tile .,....m. KH Is recorded In the States I the lain day ol May, 115.7, I .inii locke Dual I of million doll"1
our ol
the .'. They .rTir one bllod.... don.... for easels report of niy accounts And voucher company) have resitureI a
rary says, contract law should be p ere medlolnoe A copy or this little, book any Baooids. by authors and by two : a. ex and
a mailed tree to any. one d..Ilnlllo; learn more. rail to aure.. Bend for circular andlm" ecutrix of th. fast will and IVNtunient of ltrCIiflKflIlTi will do'e1UcUy as we laI7ww ,..
repealed, or enforced and there would nlnle. beautiful monuments erected lu Mutllda Mann deceased
the I and
omcernlnf .Iua"' native, medicinal' t. apply for PlAcuNflA
then be pl."te which enter into the oomponUlon or W. 3 CHENEY. CO., ToledoO. commemoration; also for their special dlstibari a.sunn ezeetilrIs.MAIOY\ my 'nhTiswwi THE S1FT CREEtCDlSTUJjNO co-
no 'peonage" occasion
nor I n<,. Pierces, medlolnra. Addrais Dr. 1'loroe .. Bold by Druevl.u" prlne TW. I otTer of two pairs of Hannah Dus HINES I MACON, CA.
for sucl a l law.-Ooala l Star ton 0.- ..
Womans Shoes for 6.00. P.gkt..l
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//ii'' il-Crescent City News r WELAKA. An Estate Obtained Through a_ Pun. J,
; Land transfer has lost a great deal

1; ; Tho play, called "My Turn Next" of tbe simplicity which rbarnctorlBod
We Keep !given! by Urn young people, Lake the operation in the olden time. Tha

I'', Weather itoport.Cracoent --I Japanese Musical. i Margaret! school on Friday night pleasant land of Bosham In Sussex To the Jamestown Exposition ;

Sweet-Orr I Olty tAlmporotllre for the wo.k I la"tVIIS quits a. success a large once belonged, to the archbishop of
The The
j lUll ISO?. ladles of the V. r. A. crowd[ from various .
IIJI April ItOh I gave the parts being/ In attcndnncp. Canterbury but was much coveted ,
and Shirts Nu. Mln most delightful entertainment of the Those) who tool part were by Earl Godwin supporter of thus last VIA -.- ,

r ; Overalls April in,m.gp. m. Op., lotS for final for lira season last Friday evening The Missus Ella Orenn. Madge Wise| of the Suxon kings whose treasurywas
/ I 19:. ,nmnnlay, nun( 72 W 7. is ItnsRlx Crosby> ; Messrs. Fred and Line
also theBuckskiil II. Biiililiiy. I 7 05 M 01 lit stage was beautifully arranged a : Pierce Green, Dean Wise. and Doctor unfortunately too empty to purchase Atlantic Coast Ry.

@I 'ID... Monday, Da er 87 69 4" Japanese drawing room and grouped lirawHlvr( After the play lemonade It. IIg obtained tho placo by a
Breeches. Tnmclay .07 M (IS Hi M ;
novel system of land transfer. Ills
I 17. Wudlll'rtdlty. 71)() HA 73* H5 fill gracefully around were charmingly and coke w"'e sprved to all and then
I >19 Thurwiny. 7 46 n HO OH UK nn the floor was"clenr. and dancing lordship attended a great ceremony In
I You will] not find them I I 1U. FrIday. ,. 70 tui 7O 86
in, Crescent cc : 1 D. WILLIAMS. Oluervor. novel and amusing. The first selection Those troin .distance wlio, att nd..d his retainers and, according to time Coast Line "Purple Folder"] for schedules to the

any oilier place -.-. ---------- was a, trombone solo by Dr. were Mr'. E. H. Green Misses Madge honored, custom said to hIs grace, "Da Jamestown Two 'trains

11 Every pair jWfltTltfltCl ? Dunshee accompanied by Wn'i. Carrier Sinllli, Ncltlu and Viola MoLcod, mlbl baslnm" meaning "Give me the Exnostion. daily ,
II City. "" ''''''''''''' and Host
llollcy. AfesHra. L. J. MoLeod Pullman buffet
the kiss of each with through sleeping
piano. Then Mrs. Chas peace only Instead of suylnllIaslum" way
Cluis.. timid Grill 1 Williams and
I!, not .to rip. t Personal and Social.! l $ P. Hale sang/ exquisitely of the DI' Patrick Johnson of \Velnk...;, Mr. '\: he ingeniously substitutedthe cars. .

4 Law, !!; plenty of room Maid on a, Fan and the Man on II ..ndlllrR. Cnurllnnd I s M 100 leton, Miss provincial pronunciation of Bo- Season sixty days and fifteen days limit :
,i ."", ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Package of Tea this !Stella Hmllh the Misses Fish and sham The archbishop gracefully replied -
The best in the world. ; was followed ;1(1'( Plplnr (if Pomona; Miss Cleo "Do tlbl baalum which being excursion tickets on sale daily from April 19th .
E. T Ulark; was at home over. Sunday by a song I by Mrs. Jessie Carll WIl. Monj>ir of Como; Miss Lola Mae Interpreted Is, "1 give thee the kiss" to Nov. 80th at low rates. Coach excursions ..

Nd\v stock just in. j and Monday. Hams of Toklo, the chorus by th,, llnnti-r, M "Rre. Will Allen and which he did. But Godwin cried, "Thou :

r 1:11L : E. V. liiindberR/ spent 'a few days entire cast and a drill by seven Cllllonl "Ilunter of Cresucnt City. :' hast gIven me Bosham to which all at very low rates. ":

In Sanford this week. young ladles between verses. Next took Mr. CiseriesVllliammss hU out very and treated kindly his retainers cried, "Why ccrt'nlyl" :For! further information see your nearest .l
CONE phonograph
Mrs. J. Chas. 8. Uowan gave a minstrel the audience to And the Whole crew at once rodo off railroad write
W. Miller bus returned some very pretty se agent, or
from a brief visit to Jacksonville.W. stunt about "Carve dat Posn'm," I a lections of both Instrumental and to take possession, of the pleasant Sussex

trio llV Misses Ttnnknvr, Tm,ii.. vocal in uslo. territory. The archbishop could

The Shoe Man.OSnambcrlln's. A. Russell spent Sunday with Morse and Hkln;,-a'duet b"iaud \ ;:. Mrs. K. S. Ureen went down to Pa- not help hImself and allowed the transfer Frank C. Boylston
to Tho law has ,
his family, IlItka go. greatly complicated
Mrs. on Friday.
a song by Miss Stead
witers since then.
E. Waterman visited finLand a which pictured the difficulties of Mrs. Spencer Middleton spent a District Passenger Agont, Atlantic Coast Line,

--- few days the past week. making love lo "Plnky-Panky- few days here during the week visiting Why She Was Pleeeed. Jacksonville, Florida.

aQ aaa g m cM The rain last Saturday wag of Poo," a quartet composed of Messrs. 101110111l:3undny.:'Mrs.. E. S. Ureen. She returnedto Toss-Did Mr. Borem ,ever call on ,

GoTo P.n /treat benefit to our farmors and Dale, }Preston Uowan and Samuels yon? Jess-Yes; be called last even

fruit growers.Centrill; was followed by an extremely sweet was Mr.In Will town Allen of Crescent City ing. I was quite delighted when the

Avenue now has fine solo by, Miss, Stead and a song by Sunday. /girl brought up Ills. card. Tess-Oh, .. ____ __ n _.____ .. _. _.__ ,,_ __ -
a Mrs. Hale with Mrs.' If. '1'. Uuss met with a painful come now. You weren't really delight
brick side walk extending from lake throe chorus Then the accident during the week. While ed? Jess-Certainly. You see If she

the man that sells to hike. Little Maids from school. 0111. driving the horse become frightened b..d .'jbrougbt; up Ills card I might '
Misses Jane und Einmit Morse ( and run and threw her '
Tlio Shoes.F R Mrs. Bensen of Sanford had come and away have goua down to him thinking/ It
F Miss Stead, told of their troubles and out bruising her considerable but [ :
He keeps the qiiiility up. a to stay a while with the family of the entertainment was closed by a Kit seriously. At present she is im was some one else.-Philadelphia Press.

E.! V. Lundberft. provingnicely. 3B0111.E8 0(1
Sea my nsw stopk of a ; "speech" from Hon. Jno. Samuels. Suited For .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pine of Hunt* L. J. McLeoil went down to Palat- Something.
Dress Goods :! and a song of Dreams., MrLl. Sam, ca during the week. "Your little boy may become president r : :
left for the
Ington north last Friday.
uels and Mrs. Uowan the / "
were accompanists. some day. I
tl mid you will say t Hi*') ore the :::3 Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Paine of Nashua
1.1 prettiest in Inn \jlry.Hutu ; tJ: T. C. Darby has had some umbrella 0 were In town Wednesday.Mrs. '1 hardly think so. Archibald Is too AND .:
tree planted In frontof Mrs. Darby's After the entertainment refreshments modest and retiring." l '.J

'1.1 tl for every-We one have t this I tluitt.hought I J hats IA Istl I:.J! place on Central Ave. were served by dainty Japanese iiond.Sunday E. S.. Green with went Mrs.over MIddleton.to Po- "Ob well he may get to be vicepresident.Philudeiphia 6 Fun Quarts Err 9 nc

(rim..m $((100\ to lOo. t: Mrs. D. J. Mitchell who has been maidens, and dancing wits 'iii. Bulletin.
hr... Waldo Orly IIfJ"
nnd Mrs. If. B have
Carolina !
t at drove Hall for the two dulged l In until a late hour. Some 5 'r WhiCy
In Groceries we keep the :: past gone to Jacksonville for a. few days.. The largest grasshoppers are foundin .

., > st that cnn h" hud In the t:: months has returned to Hurdstiale, thing over thirty dollars was cleared. W. 1\(. Williams, went down to Paatka I South America where some specimens 15 I 5 d Carotin\ V/liklMr/ ,.,*''il. ..a .>-,*..! r.l, o.factian II. l h a well nff.,dfr
Ii ,
article) n*uv o'-dnJ: Mcpcrlo. iU o -crliors< und mlx- 0
iiiark.!l. Fox Klver Huttcr 1 111. on business during the week. reach a length of five Inches tore n-,-.5 1y ''s'rono.si'tn i '.t'5.. -: .u j I .' -- at 'U.OO Uip 85.550I
Jones-Walker. The Whist tmsiness I .rKallo::. %V.:mh-: : elHit: il-oM I CAK.-UNA: ; WHIbKCY; : totliHtw chow
Club held i.i
Chase .VI Sa horn a with of of
n a spread wings ten Indies.
.. A party 'composed of Mrs. Jessie -,, '., four-
1 0'
( : Irs ow'' j" .u < .ny' .r r-o ''' "pIanUCfrver
Tfii ansi C"ff"e.: Carll Williams Miss Hawkins and Mr. Pres.& Jones and Miss Edith meeting at Mrs. Jno. Dallows Wed- ,: toon......., n"kl./U :... '0.-.., 'emS Oidec wlnukt-y, houao in tho world.

!Swift's lIam" is nit Itreakfust b Hutchinson Walker of Huntington were married lesday ___________ Stage Dressmaking. : .
Henry jr., spent Saturday :
Bacon e 3 3AI\W 1:1 : i.A i.-:.
w Our plays are for tha most part overdressed .
In Jacksonville ____ .
the .. ..
In Pulatkn. on afternoon of 0. > 0'0 Gen u z. and.
1' Uoottliniit Chipped fleet" and t::: the seventeenth. Mr. THE BOMBMAKER: I with extravagance vulgarity .i5 will still yoi by .*1'" -.,3 o fu uu_ff. cil Cs.ro..no Wlil.k.y unit we
Bacon .. Mrs. Laura Askew of Atlanta, a Jones huts and inappropriateness obtaining in a r1 will Include !In: some h ,, ;..toiittiiimary. n unmple bottle of each: ,
(!Jhow-CllOw spent 1)11 life at wheie M "Zuilfku," "OuliJ Eg.sJ"edC< ror'a U Vrer Old White Corn.
I'lckles LA Huntington
tj Hulk sinter of( It. I. Hoard man is hero on a Ha IVUkei an Apparently Harmless place of artistic fltiiess. The new costumes -

and Cake Sweet and lirontl.Plrklmt. !j visit and a guest at the home of R. O. every one knows and likes him. Letter a Deadly Machine. have to some extent'f requently S SPECIAL NOTICEI Wu rtlvot, ,Ao atavo cxi..rcan propatj anywhereV
LA 1U bridu Is a daughter of Dr. Geo. So expert ore bonibmakers nowadays undone the results of undress rehears % In North Cnmllna. Vlrtllnia ami West Vlrirlnm, but c..tomere living ,
4 for :Dishes. They LA Burton. In other stateS rtuichcd by Adams or Simthorn ExprwM: Compact.,. 4
Coupons valimblit. See that get t: I C. Walker and Is known throughoutthe that an apparently harmless letter may als the actresses no longer represent must remit GOa, xtrib JlnyerB, emit of Mliwlralppl 1 River meldIng. on
.ire you Mrs. J. Q. UrlmBlpy and threeotulldren ( Frultland Peninsula as n churning IclIl any person who tries to open It. A ing the drama as they did before the Boma other expmiB. line mUHtBflnii $.'),9He. tha 0 quarts| and 8 aiunplttbotUeaaodwa
Ii th 'in with everypurchase. tAG. will, prapny._1'..... RemIt..h with order and aUilraflal
have joined Mr. Urlufsleyit and gifted lady and is piece of .cardboard la cut to a size dressmaker sent home their gowns

L. Cha berlin! Qreenvilla, U.Ve were sorryto lopular with all young who know her. vhlcli, when folded over, will fit Into while the variety of their Impersonations THE( ..I..t.-CASPER.(.',..R...) Ownmof CO.V.... ..Snc.....,.....Dl.llll.rr'ZVoanoKe' ",......,.DI..Vn.iln .,v. .
loose them but wish them prosperity 1'tiB best wishes of the entire m ordlnnry envelope. Tlio fourcor.ners Is swamped by the uniformity of All "bt.o,.. mod ..... .niMrvtilon. or V. .. omr,ra anil ....... .*,! imra undar UM
comnunity ... .
= their, fashions.. W. Plnoro In Cos- M.tlfillMl VotendIl.-Usisw. '
j 'in! home. of this are silt-Into narrow strips.
I their new ___
Crescent City Fla. ii are extended to them. May tume. I._
Culminate of mercury Is spread over
I f< delivery.rr.rrIrr.rrrrrrri. a ar The. Misses Ruby and Winnie their life together be long and happy three of the slits, nnd the sheet Is folded ___ __ __. o __ _.__ -- - - -- "

Walker of Huntlngton are on their mil fastened together Projecting from Inconsistency. Not Inn of Application for Tax: Deed
to England where they will POMONA NEWS. '"What Is Inconsistency?" asked the r Under Suction 8 of Chapter 1888, Laws
way each side( of the folded sheet Is a little } "THB EAST COAST OP FLORIDAis of ,.
spend the summer with their relatives. to the curious one. J'loro.
I metal strip or detonator glued "
PARADISE REGAINED. hereby given that W, C.
Q Mrs. Drake and son, Irving will "Well" 'responded the wise "It
ww w cardboard in such a manner that the one
Townsend purchaser of tax certificateNo
close their winter this week ,
H. W. Brtislo and wlfn who have lId leave for their cottage homo\ :. envelope cannot bo opened without Is that spirit which moves a woman Sit, dated the 3d day of June,
at Hanip-
Fins Stationery f lived at Crescent City for over twen. ton, N. H. .1 striking one of them. Upon meeting whose sleeves stop at the elbow to &D.. 1001. harmed said certificate In
this slight resistance the band moving scold her husband because be hasn'tany LIMITED IThlda PARLOR my o hoe made application for
linllH8 of Crescent City I and ty years left lust Friday for New Miss Marie Smith who since Jan i the pnper cutter Instinctively pushes cuffs' on."-Chicago News. : tax deed to Issue In aocorJunae with
something will\ reside has been the guest of Mr. .and PULLMAN j : CAR the following -
vicinity wantlntr' York city where they uary harder, and the result Is an explosion law Said certificate embraces
,n, illv nice in Stationery. will Mrs. C. L. Smith, blurted last Friday: TRAINS. described situated In
:: t.J hereafter. Mr. and Mrs. Briisia were I that either kills or malms. Fortune gives many too much, but AND property
-in -ly flud what they want. At Ci for Gettysburg;, Pa.Vhlln here Putnam county Florida to-wlt:
"in Bt"I'1y... have It In all (prominent people among us and It Is Miss Smith made many new friends The easiest bomb\ to construct Is set no one enough.-Laberlus. 31 a.'of e. end of nwj of set aeotol

rl\des.\ _ with sorrow their many friends see is well us renewing old ones all of I lu operation by simply turning It upside HEALTH IS YOUTH. 31, township 13, range 2(1( -34 .
them depart. whom hope she will visit here again down. It Is usually a good sized Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age. Reaching the Famous Resorts Tbe said, land being assessed at the

I If you have Chills or Fever f! Two painful accidents occurred III the near future. 'I cracker box lined with paper and half Herblne, taken every r.orolug before ST. AUGUSTINE ORMOND date of the issuance of such certificate

'111" f Mrs. O. T. Shinn, O. 8. Hondrlck filled with a mixture of chloiate of breakfast will\ keep. you in robust in the nameot WileonCypress Co. Unless
lust week. Ernest Walker of HuntIniftou -
md H.:: K. Peck wore among xHasslum and ordinary sugar into health tit you to ward off disease. It DAYTONA, ROCKLEDGE said certificate shall be redeemed according -
i No. 44. was caught by.a belt !n the cullers lu Palatka last week.pemDII"1 this: a bottle of a powerful acid Is In- cures constipation bllllousnesa) dyspep.ala. to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
PALM BEACH MIAMI.A on tbe 2(1 th day of May A. D. 1007.
Huntington mills thrown over on fever skin liver and
roduced. The remainder of the space kidney com
Mrs. W. B. Middleton is ,
I I'huin will help you Wu Guarantee trot KM of I.I.fl His head and arm and the arm was (>f lier-slster, Mrs. E., 8. Uruen guest, lit lu tho box Is filled with scraps of metal. the plaints. It purifies the blood and clears :! this Witness the HIday my official of April signature, A. D.11107.and seal
broken iu three places. The arm Velaka.A Then tbe lid Is soldered on. cons plexion. Short Sea Trip from Miami [50011] JOSEPH PRICE '
u Cure when taken aceording'I Mrs. D.V.. Smith Whitney, Tex.
Uuc u Jlott Ic. t.J will be saved but will be utmost use.ess. large party of Pomonaltes attended : All that Is then necessary Is to place write April 3, 1003 : "I have used by Steamer to Clerk circuit Putnam county Fla.

>"" mil-nl Dr. Sprague attended the the entertainment, given by the box upside down at the spot In Herblne, and find it, the best modlolnv NASSAU N. P. By B. _Bavmond Price dep. clerk.

Hod..to O'lInrR' )5f111. ynung man.William he young people of IfrultlauU at the which It Is to explode. The acid eats for constipation and liver troubles. It Notice of Application for Tax teed

5 II A. Iiing'ssia'o.' : '. lake Margaret school house Frldnylight. quickly through the cork of the bottle does all iron claim for it. KEY WEST FLA., Under Section 8 of Chapter 4858. Laws
C A, KnowltoiKli, : CO'S. Tomoim.I' Saunders was Injured by The comedy entitled "\iy and comes In contact with the chlorateof 'I can highly: recommend its tOo Sold CUBA.SEND' of Florida.

Hlitd'/ H. ,lliiylHmAOn'a.H'IOI'o.(4..or'utowll.llnrrlHou's Oonio.. the pin In the wheel of his launch Turn Next" was very laughable and potassium. As n result of the clicui-I by Ackornmo-Stewart Drug Co. HAVANA, Notice is hereby given that W. C.

I "'0..... Dvnvcr. flying out. and striking him on his mien enjoyed. Music, refreshments lent combination which takes place : Townsend purchaser of tax certificate
) I. U. UoliliiHmiX Hnvllla.llnrMn ind dancing completed 110 very plnns- : Warm Giles of Switzerland. FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET.J. No. 823 the 1st day of July A. !>.
A Hill Ill,.(JurriiwubY,Fltt.I. Ig.; No bones broken but it was a there Is a terrific exploslon.Chlcall'qNews. -- dote
ant evening.
: I I. .M. llunton: Shah Bins, 14'S.,., serious fleuli wound. !Mr. Mont people have beard of the Foehn IflOl, baa certificate in my 'of-
pretty .R.PARgOTTVlct-Pm't and Gia'tm'l'r
and has made for tax
nice application
Mrs. A. C, Smith:: who has beets wind of Bwltzo'llInlt-that warm, dry J.P.BECKWITH, Traltia I.n..r.J. ,
f'l extend their
S iiiudera here
nds with law.
deed to Issue In accordance
Lound's.Drug Store spending the winter at Cireon Cove which the mountains D. R.4HNER A..', G.n"Pas.'r Agent.
wishes THE ESPOUSAL gala comes over Said certificate embraces the following
earnest for his speedy recovery. Springs, has returned and Is malting/ .T. ounINK. 'LA.
Crescent City r'la. s: name repairs on her house before KOing and in spring will melt two feet of described property situated In Putnam

I to New Hamprahtre for the sum-" Ancient Ceremony of th. Mutual snow in a day. Its cause Is most pe --- o'lty. Florda. to-wit:
e I Vid'Mrs. Oeo. H. Libby leave of of of river
Ncl of gej sej. w. ,
mer Promise of Marriage culiar. Tha Foehn comes from the
Xotloe of for Tax: Deed "
---- --- '1Iri'" %* i>,r<,tIV.Isti I. Me., on April': ?28th.1, Rev. N. O. Krook and Rev. Edw. The first part of the matrimonial office south. As It strikes the Alps It Is wet Under Section Application a of Chapter 48HK. : acres.section 21, township'p 12 range 20(\-60) ,

.6. I will be |treatliAJ iiaeJLbyfcu Bull are attending the Congrcga- was anciently termed the espousal like most gales which have crossed, the Laws of Florida. The eOld land being assessed at tbe :;

.. circle of friends at Creecenf r't1lioisferenju; r ...'r...".: .?"* i4msivrna: : ', which. took placo some time prior to,00rnLLun sea. but the south face of the mountains Notice is hereby given that The E. W. dato of the Issuance of such certificate
CJS.715 ... ,..._ .
> VTattox Co., purchaser of tax certificateNo. '
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has made Inivenients ',, and It In the of M. B. Bean. Unless:
y. Mr. Libby great C 11' : : : UL U.Itrri.Mu.1'u"nCt11a4 receives Its rains as name
PI'lops; [ 121 dated the 4th day of Juno,
r.-'sted' ni-ld certificate shall be redeemed _
SPSD-OJ on his grove property All five children of Mr. anti These ... In a mutual crosses the summits It Is dry. The according -
;: Mrs I espousals conl/'en/ wo ... A. D 1891 has filed said certificate In to law, tax deed thereon "
I' inside it attractive Joe Tucker have" been ill with .n..3V'II' !...made moving air current Is also compressed forHSISja wllsBue
has very by very I prouilso of marriage wmek .-' mv office and has made application on the 20lh day. of .. 1907.
OfHca at n. ,'W fences, painting, etc. This grove the measles, but are much better I by" tho man aud woman before x... >. .tll@ and therefore rtTODtotat.fnn: ,: .of- _1-rV.-. ..,nebirlg\! to lle 'lr .}. ...:wltJiJ*'" .,"-_*..Wll! ; niii
Oreaeent fa"W mijr mmiuii. jvif ....,, "
City this week. i t t& _
& ffllln .
.l : "'" t.5 '"' ,55150..OL-.ii._ .n.- '' ,
and accord- bishop or presbyter and several wit 'i AAKitiir" A. D. 1007
condition ; I:
'sin excellent u- ,,, ..,fo tim northern valleys in u Said( certificate enibraoiis tile b "jjj5Aprtl. '
; ng to the present prospect should The four net drama to be given In nesses. cataract of air It unlim heat at the rats ilestirlbod property, situated. lu following Putnam. this tha II.r.y u> 'x-onomTcaY-1?-?! "11 I"ntCB.Uluilt :'

St Jono.1 J ltar Da'" ring; a large crop and good prices Pomona hall on the evening' of May\ After them tile articles of agreement of half degree for every hundred, Lost. county Florida tn-wIt : [Sisiilj "Ve cultur h 1 a. ',5
1st Is being anticipated with much of marriage culled tabuloe matrlmoDlalus olrault OOII.t, Putnam uouniy, t ( jhX 1
of descent It usually blows for two Net of no}, sectIon 10. townshIp B, I
lext year. pleasure. The play. is entitled "Val ily It, llayiiionU, Prluodnp. clurk'.
T !each & II1'T1it -which are mentioned by Angus- VI E. 40 anres.. _,
ley Farm," and nan a cast of twelve or three days causing /great suffering. / range -- smalpy .
I M. H. Read, our progressive real characters. It will be under the tine were signed by both persons. After by its dry heat and oppression. WhllH Tun said laud being asMossnd at use Nothici of Appiim'atinmi"for Tax DfnU1* x .

Steamer CBEHCEMT.tiliinliiy. state mnn.J"s sold to Her Cabers auspices of the V. I. A. which hopesfor tills tile man delivered to the woman it lasts the temperature Is. about 30 .late of tIme Issuance of suoli certificate In Unclur Hiwllon 8 of Cliaptnr' 1HNH, Law tle "
:Tea,,,JarIcaoniIIe onTuelRYe TbiirIds Mr. attendance. the ring niid other gifts nu action the luimn ofVm.. M, nnn. Unless of Florida.Notlint .
at >:.io a. m. Sor tlreonPilatki. C" E;,|Ight grove lots, forty aores. a /good degrees above tile' average. Chicago said certllloatonball be r..dnnmotlacoord. 5-
Crewj.nl aud prlnolpal V. ilabors' Is of our most progres- which was termed suharrhutlon. In N.ws. IM lioriihy ulveu that K. A. ,
: OIVJ! I one FI'ank Ilenle Is being employed In Ing to law, tax lovd will I""ue thnreAIT Kmii .. ,
.. :
tho latter ages the .espousala have always edy, pnrulia rof tux No.
htetiirngt.e' Cr MHintcltyon Wedn.*..iye young men." He la making ar- l'I latJt.. at present. been the tlifao '-- --- --- on the IHh day of IIf ay. A. I). 11)07.) ) an I. tiniest the Slit.day of 0"1'1110111, D ,
"SM.! frdays and Monday'at T a. m.JiiowvIUawharifootot for the clearing upend performed same Witness my olllulnl Klgna'urn: amid seal ..
I 1X11:2) him
Street.TdIlOflhInn ngetnents Arthur Smith of the A. C. L. visit. the of II : Ill sl aiM uurtllloutrt In myoninii
Laura as olllco matrimony In all the .
tills I he 3rd! day of A. I>. 11107)
*. of orchard on ed his few last April. and ha* miulo for
getting out I a parents days week aPI.lloMlol
churches abroad and It has' long been Si-all, ) JOHKPH: P1UO;<: tal
/ [ ,
L Poi'iii.wno'"r Lemon tr.eI has then left for Chadburg, N. C., where Not d"OI to IK "III" In with lAw.
Mr. Uabors a ;
his new place. ''Jlupk l .ruoro"nuf
has customury for the ring to be deliveredto drop ) olrnult court fnlnnni county Flit.Hy Huld iinrtllioato
he a position as agent followltR '
One showing of peaches on his home the woman after the contract'IIII'beon I Its Itnyniiinil, I'i'lcedi'p. itlerli.. duBorlbnd ironorty' .mbl'ao situated thl in Fiitnam'
I ;
,'flRfl place; about the best we have seen LAKE COMO.Mr. made which bus always been In uounly, Florida, txi-wlt :
this season, and ha will belhlShlp- the nctinil olllco of matrimony. Oficohol :Notice or JCIi-ctlon>: for Spcrlal. Lot 1, Ho. Links Horn Plat, 5Ntiils 121ml ,

UndertolSar and '_EmbaJrFulUhj. ments In two or three weeks. The ring la a special token of spousogo. 111, township II, rimMO 2-11 sores
5.. .I and ;Mrs. Isom left for their In souse of tbe old< manuals for Tux Hchool Jhtrlct. Thusalil, laud being .. at tint

.. of C;' ,1 1Tet.s5l5005. 00.... Mr. Read Is the man. who handles home nt Cleveland- Ohio, 'I'hey the use of foreign cathedrals before I I'us coisih: | :lliini: > with I" 'a ixHItluii I I or th'. ,pn dam of, this lnnimnoK of sunik. unrtlllnato ', .5
reul estate affairs the man who were guests at "All View ool.tngu." Doctors prescribe very little if .tl'fillH l f lltlt-rlilolMMI:; ; ,, MiillIM, :) No, 4A, :(45.lhuttitt's. .! ,, In thus name of J, M Zulglor I'nlni' .
'' our tho minister proceeds to the -
l''r marriage HIM 1, Ijiwn nr VIr..IIII tlm, lliHiril of
\ has done so much for Crescent City. J. A. MaoNalib left for Ills home, ho Is directed to ask the woman'sdowry any alcohol these days. They I'tihllu IitNtnii'iloll HlitniiniC'oinilv. IIKI'II.i.r maid ourLlln.lall bn riidnuninil, m- '
'RE80ENT C1'LOEW. A estate Isbelnl& at Rldgewood, N. J. Mrs\ MaeNalib prefer tonics and altera- onlci-H, iin iiliwllniiKi, I l I.> Ili'lil on HiitniIny -- d.1 will Uau* thereon '
Howe strong
the tile tokens ,
Crescent Hill, or -viz. of spousngaand : tin Ith 5 fillY *>f Muy, hm7 II.L'n c..t..r-. nn the 20til day of May. A, ])., 11)07.
sold him at very reasonable will remain some time yet She In by tin-so token! of spoiisnga are tives. This is all In keeping ,iiilnn wl""h".r, niitiliii, Inri'ltory'! ilMNcrllxHl Witness. ,
by ,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. It. .11 I Nllltl potttlnll( Mllllll 1,1'UOIIU, II ..,,,'..Ilfl TltX my 0",1.1 .Inntlro and seat
C --r-) terms. Miss Lulu Mae Hunter iasJoined Robinson.Mrs. to be understood! rings or money or with modern medical science. .h..1! lllNtrlutl' i ""'1.,1. Will, Hllllll ,,,. the this the I llttldu-yot April' A 1>, I1M/7.
r .. ...t Cit : Co. towards Crescent name otlmr things to be /given to the It Hi'hool., TriiHtMiH for. tint tots miccnitilliii/ I M'III JOHBIMI 1'niOI, ,
n the procession Wilbur Hyde and daughter explains why Ayer's Sarsaparilla 'ni''s; thlnl. nunilMir, nt '''III..r |1"il(.lrlci, 5.
woman the man.'blcb Clurk oir'ultcourt' Putnam
of by giving Is l'a< to In InviiiU nml 'oHnH'd county, Fin. 3
Meat'all trains 0/ Hill and has picked out. one Frances Louise, left for their liomu is now made niinuully lor
at /C1tJ Jun* culled wiling or covenanting "I> entirely two ynurH. Dy Ii. laVomll'llrlo.' clnrk.

tint Night trains Unolntment.; the most desirable lot* on Summit. at Cleveland, Ohio chilly when It la ilond by the giving of free from alcohol. Ask your ..il'I'lur l Iusiu.'nLi's: |rollowlntf: : :ir: naninil tin\ *:, ,nlHivit I |lo'reue: ifliM-llftni, urn appidtit'Jo..piu: :: |; -Notion---- of-Application for o..D.Tax '

1I.LAE. street. Dr. Rosenberg 50 ifs and son of Pa- n ring.-Now York Trlbnue. doctor. Follow his advice. "Hiwii.iiivrki. ; Si.')'. Huilillnii. J>. K. Iliiknr, J, Umlnr HmitlonH JJnvd
B. II. .. of Charter 4HHD Laws '
) Manager., latka, apei.vi several lays here, l Wyll* ,
'I'he sound of hammer and saw Is guuoUof I I .,IHMM om aim, ,I 11 i mrnii, tlm polls n c 0 o'elovk of Flortila.,
and Mrs. D.
----1 Mr. E. ))ullenhorry.lIrr. W. "..."., eec ftovmnlaa Itiul, iHoHf ill n >. ,
Saunilershas Four Brave Men. 'I'J\ : t HI. Notion I hereby given that B.
Win.. : L.
In town ,
heard our ,,, nim-tlim to IMI mill nt the rSoiilnr ,
w. .n' uollUK -
W. Q. SHCfVELl. for his new and Mrs. John Obtrneiis, laft forth Thooilier, luy In England a woman A fvom ourmvdtalnM aloohol pini'u. Cuiuiilwll, purchaser. of tax olrtl"af
the framework up lr home at N. Y city. Thuy imisysheels was drowned In a pond In the presence w. ..... ,_ M I-. K. TTflChtlt: No. Slip. dated the 4th day tI : -
Builds W Crescent Hill. Coa D. at All View .ller.s'. ... ..... .
Boats, cottag.0(5 guests cot.tag dur of four men. Ono of them after shout- 4..u....... I4ai.r.tuiry. A. D. IHHH has tiled said ortrtlflenU In '
Kepaln. boats bl .nd makes-nil Smith's attractive bungalow I* fast Ing the entire winter. Tb.lr innny liiir. "('01110 out of tho water! ran to ------ my oIlloB, and hal mada application ft r -, ,'

10 ilmUotwooilw rear of Ms .fiirs at his shop 'I' Hearing completion and several, ant friends journey wish,them and hone a safe to send see, pi them Han- unit a rope and could not find one. U.dIdn't Unless, poisonous there I la dilly product action of the bowels 01'111111 c 1'a !Lll Q::.!. .:, tax law.ilupd Halil' to eertllluate"" la embraces auvordann the with fo-!

fl r MARKET. other lot are being cleared preparatory again early In the fall. go Into the water because ha lire absorbed : lowIng <
Case ojy.; }'Ia. to building/ later. on. In filet had 'Influonan.: Another did not otter causing heidache, biliousness, muses, GROVE HALL Putnam d..orlb.. firop rty aluatel In
So.'tlslootory .r..nteed at mo!. There was preaching la the M. E. dyspepsia. W* wish you would >sk your county, Ilorld. :
sat prlo". this sprlmr, summer and fall will use church Sunday a. in.Rpworth assistance becausa ha bsd been I1I" doctor aboutcorr.cilng yourconstlp. ion ".t. lelon \ township lu, I rln":1

- many new homes added ti> CrescentCity' ont was hot. lie might have J".o, by Uklng Isxatlve doses ef Ayers Pills. Crescent Fin. -11.Uarea., S
charming reslJanoea. League meeting! wan held but onii. of the other dissuaded him..- -Hwu by abs j.o.AIM o..tow.n.M....... City, | being an*"* .,,it at the ,
many In the M. E. church Sunday evening\ .dt of the
Indluunpoll News A lintel( I..ano. of auch certllloat* '
Pornl.r 5.
led by Mrs..Edward: Plltreql ln. It ----- ----- nnd-r ..ml9 la tlm inane of S I. Wiies.
If America M of Win. tluies.
'R. Klail' were a* densely s
by River Party. wall a very Interesting meetlnir. nu Enrnpo It would populated O. Norton.111\1"I"m"nt sushi, Ofrtllliimto) shall be red...m il *n-
I l'.l.aen ....... ..... .......... Mrs. Uarness sang\ solo end n trio contain as many H I the midst Of the beat. cording( to law Uxdnnit thorn
Mans. M. or-
Atlleboro READ "
..... "" Sturdy of Mr. and peoplo 1111' there are In the nt n wll..RI.
I It:'ia. ,,, "d,,,,,,__"".....- uok.innp.. I Harry was sung by Mrs. J. At world the I atiica of }Flori on on th* aiilh' day of ) a 04
55 misS ., .. last "rowlnIctlon
u. and present time. 101.
...,.:..1"t0.000boIog7. 5Ioa,! :::--'li..= gave an Impromptu water party Manchester"' IIlre.1Jd.! Petraquiit. .4 da.' bonflim, and Witness my 011el.1 signature| .15 .
i'' =.Il.: .5y'j,55,7.!!.. M:''. Tnwlv' Wednesday VMnlnr to a number Praise and Bible study service wan A DANDy rOB BURNS. REAL ESTATE. bird nhootlnir. Jl
L ..z'T.: his friends. Capt. Jno. Plgu '. held in the Itaptlst church Sunday Dr. neralo. Pana. III. write: "1 have of Cresoent Lake hotel [Hlall JOHKVK PaIR. S

launch Mermaid was chartered and afternoon. nsnd Ballard'a Snow" Liniment; always Crescent City Fla. I I vpr".dla. llnndy to steam. ; Clerk olrault court Putnam nouuty.,. Ha, I
rscuutmneiidati It --- bOlt llonrd by work _!By Bayrnoml Prim, diip clerk. -
ths people spent several pleasant to my friends as I amuoufideot ---- landinI. 5- 1 ,
Mi young CUBES COUOUH axis COLDS, titers 1st no belts, m..de 'It 'fhe How .ld r..Ron"II.rates. Notice. SNoti
Lake Crescent
; beautiful
'A OFFERED hours on Mrs. O Peterson. 02ff Tk Ht. To- .U a dandy for buroa Thorn. who live Xlll" I propertytjr.p.Cent C!""'r* to Nort' >r 'l' nirl.r.. ,',. l I. "" .lv.n in nil o.,nnn. '
D. J now the
chaperoned by Mesdumcs peUa, X"nsR", says "Of all cough rom on forms are especially lUblA to many on mar Writ for term IRK '.lHliimitunliBMi klin nNtntr at 3, W. M.Id.).., -
11OUNO. 'EOP1.Lme's : Mitchell and W O. Norton. Misses dies llallard's Uoroliound ftjnip. la 'my aoeMontal outs burns brul..s whlon' ket. LOTS #\ IOO. ilwi ,"n ml,ti,,|>mm;iit::: A ttiu,,' w 51555 ti.flI.ulotarS' ,

b....; '..,....., j ecaucaeSon.w1.steb; nmuia, nonatUr tort Uoaun. Linda and Miriam Payson, favorite[ ; It has done and will do all that heal. rapidly when Ih.rhud'IISnow, 1.1 nlruont : Particular aKxiitlou "):' "n"' I and is claimed for It-to ep-tiBftr aura all U ppllwi. It should always be S Crr oenl 41 I In )I.l iir-yiBtwiit! '
jlfyl>?!Vn"rofour wrest jeod hnlf.atitnnooantl peel- i Lyons, Nprton and Cannon I oouKbtt and colds_nd M ".sweet and kecj.tn the houwn fur eases of moorgeooy. ; _| City proprrry listedwith I I ,uiS Iiteii.aoi;;: s:,, ,. Jr.t'"la.; : i:

!,\ ?|lst. WrlMtoilay.pi nrnlif*tvrfcutlA I Messrs.SturdilY, E. D. Lounds, Scott I pleaMot to tha ti, >. b, W Aokor- ." 25", lua and il.OO. Bold by ,I B. m*. C .'( mil'! (lr.. Ms| nJ lm"Millnt' "l.Mllo'f,iii.Mi. crf M0f.1Ss s iiiii, /,, ... 5, SSlAily

NCU* a, Ha *a, CK and Maull composed the Jolly party lDu-8tflWan Drag 00. Aekarmau-Stowart Drug "- "''''i4''''' a a a D 3 3 ,A'liniimItisia K sts65f .104th W. MIII.,

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The Palatka News J.Ex-Mayor A. Shelley U.the lna has buildings purchased on the ol Legislature Notes. it"' Ld ;; -

court house square which were recently SENATE

purchased by Mr. Shelley Senator Beard, of the second district .1i ,
c from the county commissioners. has Introduced a bill 01 consid- t
i City happenings and i William B. Tilghman, one of the erable Importance being an act to \\j have an especially !

AtEarnest's most prominent business men of repeal the drainage act of 1000 which hne of
S Personal mention. $ Salisbury, Md., died at Walter's has been recently decided unconstitutional ,,\

... P..rkP...? Friday night, April 18th, by Judge Locke, of tho federal LACES -
N'N 111trMr. '
vNA Vriti axed BH years. Mr. Tllfrlunan wan court, who Issued a pel'petuallnJunction fj; ;
.. R C.: Wells is visiting in well know In Palatka having with against the board of drainage ji .
Jacksonville. different members of hi. family, visited commissioner", restraining them j" \ including all the latest
his cousin, R..v. N J. Tllglitnau, from assessing or collecting; the 6 Thread
II. E. Wald of Welaka spent Saturday several winters. He left: an estate centn. per acre drainage! tax levied ,'f.1 1 Round ....

In the city. valued at *180,000( to 140000. by the board in aooordnnoa with the j French Val, Plauen !# ).

It.uv.J. P. lIlbum was a visitor in Rev. J. F. Dull, pastor of tit. JamesM. not in the drainage district. i. 1 Irish Crochet \,
senate '
south has been preAch- By a vote of 20 to 3, the
the city this week. R. olinrch,
series of sermons diiilnR the passed a bill by Mr. Harris, validating variety
It.1C. Tucker made an olllolal Ing a and privileges and a large !
Supt. few week. relative to missionarywolkand all permits, grants
pnift in
The New and visit to the Fruttland school on the discourses have proven heretofore made by any municipalities .i. patterns
Thursday.Rev. a source of Interest and pleasureto of this state, to any Individuals i. TORCH ON. \.

and :M r.. N. J. Tllifhman all who availed themselves of the firms or corporation where 1 a
spent several days of this week at opportunity to hear them. Rev. BellIs the same have been acted on by the Call and look them 'il i
; UptoDateDry Cedar Keys. l an earnest speaker. .and his efforts expenditure of money in good faith. .?|!S Yon will find whnt

_ cltl- In this community have been productive Two bills by Senator Crane, pass l I want here. "-
W. S McQualde, a prominent of much good. ed on third rending,the first being
Goods KBU of Hastings waxn the city of Nleholnsvllle, an act to validate all unctions of I.ft. QUALITY HIGHEST.

ednenday. Ky.Col., has McMurtry purchased the Caldwell county commissioners construct in relation of hard to PRICES LOWEST. t .
Mrs. and
Mr. Georgia Jennings and the repair I.t
Store. Ella V. Uruonm spent Thumday at place at McMeekin, the and having Mrs. surface public roads, and the otherregulating
been Hindu lust week. Mr. 1
i Hawtlnl MoMurtry are now occupying their inlsslonersi, empowering to contract with county passenger com- MISS Bailie H.J.

Mr. and 1\1 rl. H. A.Ford of Gainesville new bottle, and the people nf the railway companies for the Joint :
visited friends lu the city several -'county will extend to them a hearty construction and maintenance of ,

... a, g
J1..oll11..nd Miss Tuttle of tracks on such bridges and to 4
Mrs. H. () McMurtry Is an old friend of the ,.
I returned' Monday from a> trip up the Buky family of this city validate such contracts heretofore ,;
Ouklawaha river.l.'rlllllerryday last Friday t\.
Prof. Thomas
left last Friday afternoon from Francis J. Dr. West's compulsory education Ladies Fine
morning purchased
SaleSaturday bill was lost on final reading by a I
.. O
Special i for Mlackshear, a. where Pona,six two.storyelltht'I'oom houses vote of 7 to 15. ,
lie will enter a military school. corner of Ashley and Jefferson streets ;
> This now makes Prof. Senator Adams' bill for a uniform Skirts. I II
Hardin and children for fI2,1"1O. \,
Mrs. Walter
l hotiseH course In tie public schools of FlorIda {
of fifty-two
Griffith the owner
of tiatsuma Hight. are In the city In this city. It was only a few years and making an appropriation have added to .
N. U. Robinson. .
Airs aid
vUttlng of
far the maintenance and publie
Prof. Grlllltb was teaching
_ that 1 I'
Mrs. a. M. Davis la critically 111 nt school In LnVllliv, but finding that high schools of recognized: standard stock a very complete

I the homo of her daughter, Mrs. H. I*. work too tedious he began d.ibbllng was passed unanimously. D handsome line of ,.
and Lyons, on Palatka Heights.Misses with real estate and now own n lot I Senator Beard's bill to render valid .
of valuable property In the city.- teacher's certificates until properly Ladies' Fine .
Bessie and May Groves and Jaoksonvllle Metropolis Prof.OrlfHth revoked,thus avoiding the necessity I
Robt. Itarnette of St. Auguatluu was formerly n school teacher In Df frequent examinations, which was both in Wool.and I '
Monday. spent[ .Monday In the city with Palatka and his acquaintances here reported unfavorably by the committee wash goods. The \ \ ( :' i Il'' I.\...

friends. are glad to hear of his success, on education, wan lost by a vote iu Black and ( .
Richard Peterimui, of Waycross, ....p of 0 to 17. A 1
of Bummer \
O..., spent Sunday In the city with Death tf Mr. Bechtel.C. The null-lobbying bill of Senator and are L J. i

n 1"IlYI ",, _. .. -u._ bU patents, Mr. and Mrs. Herds f etermau. E. Bcchl.el, the well-known A. Westwas passed. by a vote of 21 to 0. goods !
bill legislative committees of
empowers Oar elegant array
died at his
C. L. R'y ticket agent,
to compel one appearing
'r+ M Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Drennaii homo on Oak street In this city at disclose any oath and '
them to
have sold their. place at Lundy ...utial' 4W Thursday morning, after an illness before what Interest, they have In upon the me..sures c? Spring (
Beautiful new occupylux the Cairns liouia of name time. Tuberculosis was > Millineryshould
they represent.
In this city. the cause of his demise. Mr. Bech-
.. tel 1 88 of and a natlf'I BenatJr-McCreary's bill providingthat be to be
WON years age soen
The sons service at the Presbyterlun Missouri. He tins followed railroading I election ballots may be printed 1 ,
w AgrigauzeAll church last {Sunday evening was of durlux the greater part of In parallel columns Instead of a sin- preciated.Miss .

n well attended, the church belDKConiortiibly his life and was uniformly popularwith gle column was) passed by a vote of II l
shades, ( flllud. all who knew him. For. a number :21 to I.Senator I. Kate

The german, given at the Armory of years past ha has been connected Crew's bill giving county ) i j
lust Friday. "v"1I10V"! a great social with both the freight and commissioners the power to review Palatka, Fla.
Plain at toe, 1 succeBB. Twenty couples participated passenger departments, of the A. C. assessments on personal property as fp2tt
t in the dancing. L. in this city. well ns real estate was passed by a -7n161nb i iJllreeeoemtaaocutaalau
The body was embalmed by R. S. vote of 'M! to 4. bt f
Katie Weller of St. Petersburg
ati4c. Idles Is expected. to arrive in the city Mooney mid will be shipped this By a vote of 20 to 1 the Senate a : i
afternoon to Nobi l vllle. Indiana Harris bill appropriating '"
today and will be the guest of her p..s.llhA
Interment.. f2 .OOO to apply to the construction .
They are worth A1'I..OrOOI11R.. .
R hunt Mr. Bechtel was a member of the or a lock and dam across the Lake [j Let us know yourGrocery fi I
Rev. C. A. Mlddleton, a colored Masonic fraternity. Rlcpochee canal. I ]
double the : :
.. price his wife to \
1 evangelUtof Jacksonville, U holdinga He Is survived by Introduced a hill u
Senator Crane apoproprlatloll'
5 and should not E series of meetings. at the African whom the greatest sympathy of Pftl- $15.000 annnally for two : I '1
you Methodist church lu the Tolevlllu. alka people Is extended. years for the Florida midwinter fair L ;: s '"

miss this opportunityto suburb.J. at 'Tampa and Klchbourir Walton \. '
R. Mellon, family and guests Hughes Surrenders.Thos. a bill fur .J.uXJ: (( yearly for the PeFu- u "
get a beautiful k returned last' week from a tour ot Hughes, the white man who nlak West Florida fair. Wants E Eu .

south Florida. waters in Mr. Mellows nhot and killed }I. R. Stephens at Senator Hudson has Introduoed a ,
+ silky dress at house boat, Vagabondia. They left Rice Creek on (Saturday! the 18th bill appropriating 100OOO for addi-
tills week for their home In Pitts- Inst., gave himself up to the county tional wings to capitol building and u and we will be pleased
such unheardpf burg, Pa. authorities last Monday morning.: other Improvements.The u furnishgoods with the J

Mr. and Mrs. Albert liacon, after After the shooting Hughes made his Tnvmmell bill of 1U05.\) provid- 'you ::i : J
prices. and has been In hiding In the biennial of certain ( obtainable at !
ipundluK several duys In the city escape ing for reports [j
with 1\Ir..1\I. Uevereux, Mrs. Bacon swamps bordering Rice Creek. On state olllcei has passed the senate ingly 1 I.1t low prices.n < t 4
Remember only a !-< lister, left the first of this week for Saturday last he decided to give over the governor' veto by considerably ,
their home lu bavannab, Ga. himself, up.: Acting!: ou this' decisionhe : over the necessary two-thirds Nona but First-class
M days at this price visited. randlyat Pomona on vote. shelf here. :_
find room
!-< Hon. Win. A. Russell spent Saturday !Sunday: and on Monday boarded the I'la.'O. '
E and we doubtif morning In the city. Mr. Russell early morning train for Palatka.At 1IOI78K. : want to convince you of ; ::' 1 1 ; Y :
was un Ills way to Ft. Lauderdale the preliminary examination Mr. Farris of Duval has Introduced for : \ ..-
if any of them beluga memu r of the House held before Judge Rowton at 10 a bill speedily determine the statusof o:: so come and see

coinmltteu appointed to investigate o'clockV"duesday morning Hughes the trust exercised by the trustees t r: or, phone your order in
will be left after the drainage work In the Kvergladea.. was held to await the action of the of the I. I. Fund, and to finally discharge : No. 84 and it will

Chas. E. Rowton has returned froman grand. Jury. He was remanded to the trustees, providing that
the first day. outing on the east coast. Mr. Jail. the attorney general shall institute prompt and careful :u I
Kowton has fully recovered from a suits In equity to finally determine
recent severe attack of acute indigestion "Box arid Cox. the title of the swamp and overflowed [1
!-< !-< and la again attending to his A large audience assembled at the lands In litigation, and for the discharge u Free delivery. :i
business affairs In his usual Hustling Armory last Monday night to witness by the court of the trustees of
rTnc.=J. !" style. the entertainment given for the the fund after settling the cases.
Ii benefit of the Presbyterian organ/: Mr. MeClellun. of Suwnnnee Introduced L.Cs
The home of E. Wright! a prom fund, and that fund was Increased to a bill relating to fraudulent
inent merchant of Norwalk was destroyed the extent of about ?ro. contracts agreeing to perform services u
fc See our elegant by tire last Friday morning The farce" was preceded by a of labor In return for money or U Grocer,
household effectswaa
a A good purt of the musical which was so well advanced.
;< proirram property u
.a .Have. Mr.VrlKllt was In the rendered that a majority of the numbers 'l'heVllt.on primary election bill Kirby and Morris Streets.U
| Shirt Waists city Monday looking after new fur- encored.
: were heartily occupied a great deal of the time of
p Judging from the pleased the House number of amendments Palatka
I ft that we are selling The peanut hunt given Wednesday was highly with being proposed.The ,
which follows
afternoon on the court house lawn the entire program bills have
following :
under the auspices of the Junior 1. IJulntette, Joys of Summer r.1l1l.ed. nd r.
of Live Oak's
| at 98c. Auxiliary of St. Marks church wasa arvl.-lIl1"s| Lelb. Mrs. R. F.Adams, Legalizing! e ; .
the of
very pleanantoucablouaiid. attracted Miss Anderson, M. M. Vickers, Noah Dudley's bill fixing pay members sirirra": ElrWVti/."IU.c.: \ .;
of school boards $4 day
iNOthers quite a gathering of little folks. 'Tllghmim.: per turtle .. !Ii IiN t i'
ask for and 10 cents mileage; Duponts
$1.50 = Runa
: Ice cream and cake were sold. :2. Instrumental Duet-:Miss protection bill; MaoWllllama' bill I DeliciousBon i
*: no better ones. ::: Miss Powell,after a visit of several Brown 8. Quartette and 1 Leroy, Snow! Flakes, F.It.l unthorlzlng the service of certalnj ylegal ::;_ --,' =: -- I Fla.
months with tier aunt, Mrs. J. IS. Cowen-Miss Ida Leib Miss Anna. notices by mall; Ree. persons
r. Blackwell.: left Wednesday for her Reed Mrs. C. E. Rowton, Mrs. providing for the-rp"I" also one
home lu Virginia. While here Miss garnisheed on ''- giving labor 1 and
...r.u.unuz.z..uu.i; T Z3 friends Knight. for fh_-''.*>protection union.;
LS Powell made warm ,
many 4. Voice, Denza-Miss =
Solo..Vnnr} < '; nisoti's bill providing that non- ;:;
t- who trust...that--._she--_may-.-! .- .favor. -:! --Palur-: dire. I ,-ICIT; "ul..r'-"'tn-ttto" by- Warner .Jf vI president fishermen shall secure !licenses -.
r "
:;' .,-' i 4 4D Rev Lincoln A. Hully, presldeul 6. Instrumental Solo, (tit Norwegian ; Reese's telegraph bill. All Home-Made I

1 u.hiiul and sheer of !Stetson University at Doliund, Bridal! Procession, (b) PblonaUe, A bill appropriating $1.000 for use 'Od
? will preach at the Presbyterian. : lull.Chopln-MI. I. Leeks.. of the Invvstlgatlngcommtttee of theInternal 4 Something ; il -! ,
t" ohurcli next Sunday! morning and 6. Solo A Stein Song:: Bullard Improvement fund wits, mi-
evening. The people of Fulatku N. H. Moragne. der waiver of the rules, passed In afew every & .
White Goods a should embrace this opportunity to 7. Quartette, A Bed-Time Song- minutes, and sent to the senate =
i hear, thin able and distinguished vleijr. Miss eib. Mlns A. Reed Mrs. U. K. where It was treated likewise. L. A. : H"! 1
:: e;; ;
< Dotted and Checked The pub>lc la cordially invited.. Rowton Mrs. Knight.: Mr. Orlggn has. Introduced an Important i =
f' t: Farce Box and Cox. l\Iorton-Uox, pension bill, advancing dale Lemon St.. a
; The Home Mission of St.
Society Mr. Peek; Cox Charles Burt; Mrs. J8U5.\ and under Its terms giving .
...Jr.;..... t'.1L" '
w Swisses, in quality E James Methodist church gave u Bouncer, Mrs. J. Mitchell. every Confederate soldier A pension : .
moonlight party at the pleasant Following. la the encore verse to a who Is unable to earn support ty
< an price not home ol Mrs. J. N. Ulackwell, 011I'hur.d..yeveuIOll. "Landlady" sung by Mrs. Mitchell manual
E There was quits labor.-- Auaa mtmm' :agj ;

a large: attendance, and a Jolly good Your kind applause, __ ____ ____ _n- _
obtainableelsewheres. tiN time was bad. Ice cream und cake Without pause. I New ]
iN were the refreshments. Has brought me out again; WE WILL GIVE AWAY
t: I'll tell to you 1 AT pr $

t: on E.Kirby W. Green street. has between purchased KlrklanUaud a lot Of At things home, a which few you might gain. New York 5 and I VI sties"from not m

} Dodge sts., and will build them
on. The purchase was made Wednesday And those In this locality to every on
> r r73S7a44SJdT3341rJr : : ] through H. Flnley. Tucker Who pride on their frugality, We have put la a And rot k
Mr. ticker him quite a number ol Might try with all legality, Crockery and &..
k other desirable prices of real estate Improvements to obtain. f ed and plain white i of paint

= lu the city,aim U listing more almost You often. sue this city i pries In Toilet 8<> : in tin

! p Honey saved by dally. As dirty all can be. full carry Hoe full from line\ "In.211 i I i Job r wilit' a
Its street
here. Property owners on River. and quite deep Also a line In Ice C
.'" trading Third street,, were officially notified In muddy sand and Coolers, from I
t: this week to begin laying sidewalks As any one can see. have added to our .

kM along their properly according to But with a council just woke up I line of 011 Cooking
mar=y.zu2JJI'.znrI' : .r..I specifications. of the paving ordl- No longer they'll retrain & B. Wlckless 1. a
n.iuce Thin sidewalk will extend From putting sidewalks. in the prices way down.
from the Wilson Cypress. company's. street.' Galvanized l ware !I. I
mill. on River street to the old U S. As well us pave and drain. kinds for .
& .. lu the north end. I
Our Tin and*Agate
Ohl I lit' I =
worry worry worry INSS
The Earnest The Woman's Fortnightly club To modernize: town I with everything for
Our Candies
It's not alone the tearing up,
1.4 noon. the beet
very at b
But also patting down. ,'
home of Mrs. W. A. Walton. Au Interesting A CAN OP JAP-A-LAC Come and see our -E f
program has been arranged, So when you get an opera house St i' er
And new court house may be to every lady presenting'his
M and the public Is Invited. Admission yi
p 25: cent The entertainment Your city then will swing In line _!! advertisement withv New York 5 i

; Company, f given by the club are always highly: And sound Its Jublles. name and address Store r

_ entertaining and this one promisesto So there' no.use crying. plainly written. Lemon Street.
.j3 be no exception.The And It's no good signing. /

Block West End Hose Co. held avery Just And all little will patience turn out you right-fIt1l.t; have. I IN..me.. . . . . . . I -.-PALATKA".....- III
New ;
t Merryday interesting meeting at Gay I have finished now mv ditty i 0 r

Bro'i. store on Klrby street, last All about your dear old city P. O. Address . . .. .. .. . .
Monday evening JienJ. I, Gay was I'll nor wait, for these Improvements, CO
y Phone 126 chairman and J. D. Buky secretary. But will wish you all "good night. JAP-A-LAC is a Varnish European 4 ,
Numerous matters pertaining to the I
and Stain combined. Revives
\ betterment. of the company were dis. old woodwork fur- Furnished : : :: !\ : :!: :: :
: ,
cussed, and measure adopted that '
p \ will eventually lead up to many good niture and floors, and is Hot and lot corner
results. On Monday night May 13 the Ideal home beantifier. i Apply to
Palatka, Fla. qtxr the regular election ol company officers RoachPastebrluodart At 45 .4t'
tyLlLummTrThrnl : will take place and all mem brluodart UI.T. I It...4MAUa6R' AckermanStewartCompany Drug a
i t>'Is are requested to be* present. iim Instantly, la UM ov r w Tear*. James & and
BUO POWbeit fa itu* hub : > '
Hereafter the meeting of the organ I- t.bedbug,..s.ew and nothft, ,_ of csnvsv'!
satli( n will, be held on the second Sold*<,! a MI, at saP Ia, Agent pl 8i
Monday In each month at 7:80: p. m. wx asw .latka y,M. lt


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