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

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NEW SERIES .VOL. XV, NO. 28. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ,JULY. 12,' 1907. -- -- :*1. Per Year,


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p A't' .J; $$ __ r Value ef Prohibition.A GRANDIN-S FOURTH. John CroibyV Victory.

recent lasno of tllrt Ijlvu Oiilt Perhaps you have not Been nof (MOPY'
Democrat) contaliiHil the followlnn How a Whole Lot of People John ('roHby'n Han :Ulateo Item of
Wlii'ii' Dr. Lan U. Broughton was the last week. Well It'.. changed,
liare rnoontly, cnndiiotliiK ritvlvalservluns Had a Whole Lot ef Fun.A and changed for tho better. Its head

at the Huptlut oliuroh, like oar lone of Pnlntka people attended line Is map of the Hfc Johns river
all othHr TUitors to our city ha was the Fourth of July plonlo aOiandln Ex-Uov. Francis P. Fleming la opposed pare of Putnam county showing the
Impressed with the fact) that prahl- and aside from a little dl- to the new state pension I law. railroads that center in San Mateo
f bltlon prohibits hem nnd that n vlRll- eomfoiture on account of the rain !Bays: it Imposes too heavy a burden and Palatka There fa.. ring about:
ant) enroroement of the law gave the which drizzled In the Afternoon upon the people. both these towns to indicate their
WI blind IlKer Boant opportunity to do and came wllli n heavy downpou Governor Broward attended the prominence, and Mr. Crosby can be
Its evil work. I.nat (Sunday la Atlantn lute in the dRY, all are of one mind big ploitlc given by the Cotton Urow excused if the ring about Han Mateo
Dr. HroiiKhton pruached a they had n. Rood time.It ers Association at Lake Butler on la a shade larger and deeper than the
strong and charuotnrlatlo Bermon on Ix estimated I hut fully Sift) people the Fourth. He also marie an address. one about! Palatka.
I what in now the burning; Htnte! Issue of the nelghUorhood; attended ti)IB Comptroller Croom was also The paper was formerly printed In
of prohibition for all Ucorirln, and picnic, and the LIlLY wan pasaed In present at thin picnic Atlanta, but published in Han Mateo.
we quote from him as follows lu pleasant Intercourse of neighbors That 1 I.. to say, John had the papers
which he has something to say 01 which Is the chief charm of a country Jos. A. McDonald of Miami ha sent to him In a bundle from Atlanta
Lire Oak: picnic been elected president of the bank 01 to Ban Mateo where he folded and

I, "I have. lust come from ft a"1'18s oevaiifrellstlo There wan a large; ttvbln under the' Bay Biscayne in pinna ofV.. M. mailed them.
meetings In tho city of trod and at noon the contents of Innumerable Brown rifnlgned.' ; Brown was also And right here in where John
I SYArto.nburg. H. O., ono of the flues baskets were theruotlspread. president of trie defunct Fort Dallas Crosby's victory comes In.
southern cities, with It would be next to impossible I National Bank. And- rlohlhero la. where the JOKE
: twenty-five or thirty thousand peo- to describe the contents of that The democratic executive com Iso the two Palatka editors who
'" Ceen I am sure, that. I have nevei table. There was everything from nlttte of Orange county has asked went to Tallahassee.ao recently to
more Impressed with the mora fried spring chicken to pie> and from he; governor to appoint '1'. P. War- pass laws. The editor of the News
I" atmosphere of any community roast shoat to layer cakes. The good low solicitor of the Criminal Uour was one of the law makers and while
g 'While there, I stayed at one of housewives of that section say the 01 Becord In that county to sucoeec he ain't much, he can certainly
the leading hotels. I moved considerably people over there live to old age and the late Judge Vvelborn. preciate. a joke even when he's one
the of all of the victims.
among people classes enjoy tho Journey through good eat
,,nnd I never saw n drunk man. the i ing. They look It. The cotnrntttet Daniel Drlscoll, just 21 years old *OlIO of the laws passed by the legislature
whole two weeks, nor did I smel In chance also hncl bnrrel of lent md dura Bjustrum 11 years old, required all laOUAL: advertising
liquor but once. They have, a pro lemonade which was served free both of Ht. Petersburg, attempted to to be printed In n newspaper
hibition city. 'Oh but yon say, Before all hands\ begun the nssnuli elope early In the week, but the girl's published and PRINTED, either
; 'They have blind floors, too.* Yes on the dinner Kev. Ij. B. Lynn of 'atlicr' sent a telegram to the sherll wholly, or IK PART" In the county.
now and then they have R Mint Palatka Invoked the Divine blessing. Tampn/ who nipped the romance The News editor doe n't remember
blger; .to set up for business, but J I A small speakers stand had been ut th<, I bud.Jluriy much about this law, and he
the matter of graceful draping from a ] want to tell you something else they erected under the trees, with seats J. Suyder'; u young posta couldn't for the life of him tell
liave. They have n who la on whether he voted for it not.
In mayor In a semi-circle facing. Just beforedinner clerk ut PennHcola, w/ a arrested lust or
the lookout for blind tigers all the Mr Alvln Padgntt, chairman week- for robbing special delivery But anyway It became a. law, and
1 perfect-fitting shoulder our SCHLOSS time, and when one starts biiHlneas of the local committee, culled the olt'Ts.' The young man was enraged It cut the Hun Mateo I tern out of a
It Is only to get, in a short while, the assembly to order and spoke tersely 1 to be man'loil snon to young most desirable class of business.
I fullest possible limit of the law. of the occasion and Urandln's hearty lad from MI.Honrl.lnd she wus or 'I'ha paper was not, nrlntod either
Clothes are entirely unlike ordinary ready- "Any city, tow II., community or welcome to the visitorsKov.. !\Mr her way to Flnrldw.wheit theairest wholly or In part, In the county.
state anil enforce prohibition Just ns Lynn offered prayer, after which the of Hiiyder' was made. But; your uncle John Crosby was
easy as it can enforce any other law. ohalrniann Introduced the orator ol equal to the emergency. He made
made garments; they have a character and" All that Is needed Is mea In olllce. the day, Judge E Noble Calhoun of Major H. B. Hunmey, formerly ariangeuienta to change; the 'form of
Jive ns Spaitnnburg'a mayor duplicated this city. Judge Calhoun's address weather obseiver at Tltusvllle, has ilu paper so as to have Its first page
and we will enforce prohibition was short but every word WHS eloquently >B"II appointed' toanuompany! Walter printed in Palatka, a. small town five
individuality all their own. in Atlanta and all over Oeo gla. spoken ..nd-he commanded Wellmnn from Spltzenherpen! to the mlle down the river from San
% "I have alocy' recently held meotngs I, the cloxest attention of his large and nortli pole l in a I'bao': : safe Mateo and wholly, with thd possible
In Live Oak, Fla., one of the 'Intelligent audience throughout; the bet he'll wish h was 1 the. exception of Its two legislators
finest little cities in our coast country addre M. When lieconoluded he wus corn I strands of Florida before he within the limits of the county, and
having a population of between roundly applauded. get.; .* hilf-wuy': across Greenland's! as soon as this change was arranged
They fit with an attractive nicety; they become six and ten thousand and more Mr. William U. Tllghman the 1 Icy 1I10U n tnlns. the very first big; job of legal prlntng -
wealthy In It than I '
men any place well-known shingle mill operator of There is a I"rge i alllt'iitor farm at the county commissioners had
know for Its ilxe. They liave had this city was the next on the pro South Beach near bt. Augustine: to give out they gave to JOHN
the wearer; they' are in a word then prohibition for a number of years. gram with one of his inimitable dialect and 100 lurge alligators arc in cap CKOSBY'B SAN MATEO ITEM. 0
I[ stayed there two weeks and '
nevuismelt recitations. He captured the tivity there. One day lust week an The Item la nothing If not loyal '"
a drop of whiskey, and yet I crowd and though he did not respond old worn-out hotse was. killed and to San Mateo. For years It has I.
I PIUS Ultra of gentlemen's attire-something saw more than n thousand negroes to the enaoie at this time, he ud to llio 'gators, together with sevrnl worked for the upbuilding of that;
lu town on Saturday afternoon;; had it to do many times over diirlnu > sharks. Many cottagers! at. the natural beauty spot of Florida and C
moreover they were as orderly and I the day. The crowd simply could each enjoyed the novel sight of see- Its success In this regard has been '

you cannot better at any price. quiet aa could be desired." not get. enough of his dialect recitations. IIIII' the Hnui'Iuns' eat. :, something tiiichIng Ills like rivals Its editor's that when success they In '''.,

WANTED-Young Jersey Cow, After the dinner Mr. Tilghmnn Otto Meyer, u youne: German machinist go to Tallahassee to make laws they r
fresh, giving at least lOor 12 quarts a opened the exercises with another of Ht. Augustine, started to ought to make em' rlgh t. Though; asa
day. KOBKKT JAMEH.Haturday pleasing recitation. Then there was rida on his bicycle from "Ht. AugusIne matter of fact the Palatka editora

! We have a splendid stock of these famous garments, of all short address by the editor of the to Plilladelphla.: At Folkstone are "not 1(11 lit.1." They simply i
f! -last day of our big dale. News on the "Pat lots of Peace." Ga. a mangy cur bit him on the calf didn't know it was loaded. '
"i" Everybody come and load up with Then the drizzle came and the crowd of the leg and he has abandoned the "
#15 See them will like them Suit
I grades- up. ; you ; try one hn big bargains at Earnest's ducked and run to shelter. rip. He will now ride in a parlor KEUKA. :
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oar gentlemen
Durrence's
Down at Ureen & store I
and you will find out what real satisfaction means. Argo Bed Salmon Is Just the thing one crowd ate peanuts and Ice cream he added advantages of comfort The Fourth passed oil very quietly ,
lor unexpected company. There U and drank pop and other ol&clal and quicker transit. It sometimes lere. Those who had planned to Attend j'
nothing better to serve from the can. temperance drinks, -while some of ukes a flue dog to teach a man sense. picnics and parties were dlnaplointed :

] At all grocers.2a the male plcnlcers smoked "seegars.;. The Fort Dallas National Bank of by the rain. A steady down
visited. when >our continued most of the day.
% toDO% Reduction on all Summer Everybody Bymby .IlHinl. has closed Its doors. "Bust-
Full line Men's Wash Suits, extia pants, in Cuban Linens. Goods at Karnest's.Mann's conversation began to Ing on the il" la the word best understood.Wheutli9 However the rains tliat we havo
front porch of the store -Mr. T Ughintin people of Miami get over been receiving have been gladly ac

Our Boy's Clothing department is the most complete we have was prevailed upon to recite making npologloH for the break and cepted.
Sail Sick Cure. 'Brother _Watkin's Farewell Ser p"t: down to the hard pan of facts its Mr. and Mrs. Will King and chllIren -
mon." It wns "ooiker," and aftel of Kdgur spent the Fourth with
that the
to the little fellows. : Just possible extent of
ever seen epE'cinlattention given tE
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I Salt Sick Animals cured for he had( finished, this there was no oases entailed by the failure! may Mrs. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .

We especially' invite to caBana inspect our new Spring One Dollar or money refunded. more rest for Mr. Tllghmnu until his eak/ out Into the world. At present, Will Miller.
you throat fuzzy from overwork.Mr. .
got of Holllster
/ according to the press reports comng Mr. and Mrs. Thlgpln; i'
EDWARD J... MANN, Tilghmun Is the chairman ofhe from Miami, everybody Is happy, were the guests of B. J. Drew one ,
Suits and Furnishings. -12-41 Flu. ; dry campaign; committee and and Mr. Brown the president of the day this week. "
Interlaclieii there is no record that he even so <,
defunct bank Is
being hugged by an
Miss Mary O'Haver of Jacksonville
much wet his whistle with
as
I pop admiring populace.Snfe spent buuday:; at home with her ,
he that
but
got over fu/.zy
HANDY MOTH PAPER anyway '
Remember we are one of the largest dealers, in Panama Hats in feeling In his throat and at the depot blowers robbed the safe In parents 'r

A moth t..Htro>'or nml disinfectant. Placed during the long;; wait of the Pni- he store of Tucker & Rowlands nt, Miss Erm and Kdgar Baker of
the State, all shapes, $S to $15; other niter carpctH, or la ttm fold* of fur* nnillothlniCt atka crowd for the train, he recited dewberry last HlI.tnrdllY night and 'alutka have been visiting friends "
JttlitMta away motlm and woirv, more pieces and made the women eonred I u. considerable money. AI..w lere. We were glad to see them in
'wulvt*MliuetN Ian' piiokot, uurrlHtfM' prupttltl', I
Straws $1.00 to $3.50. T''oo0piiukut; : 60i>i If UiUKKlHt: tlooa nut lutvultMM and babies forget they were tired. dars' prior to this act there was a ur midst again. ,
CI..rkIYmo. 10....... of July Fourth, 1007 will not soon 1,000 secured. Oh for a Jim Weeks Ust; however not very serious and ;
-------------- -- orget the kindly welcome and genal : In every county in the state. Jim lopes to soon be able to return to
hospitality they received at the Veeka Is the sherlil up In Clay his work in Palatka. ,,-
Mao's House hands of the good people of that aunty who with the help of one P. C. O'Haver has been spending ''r
Fearnside Clothing .. >lace. lan captured four safe robbers at everal days in Palatka and ,
And those from Palatka! who enoyed he point of n GUN and these four visiting

Is His Castle the good: supper and the pleasant (\re now (digging phosphate for the J'l\ckeonvlI-! ___ ___ .
comfort of Mr. and Mrs.V.. T. tate on A2U year sentence.Oov. .

lohnson's home during the heavy Broward has appointed his INTERLACHEN ITEMS. I

It should be fortified, piotected"with rain will bear pleasant meinoiles- of pet, M.Augustua Brown, state Inspecor I
Company I his good couple alway. A large touring car was seen on
good paint.' Ten housea are of naval stores a position that streets A from
all our Tuesday. party
It
was a grand: picnic through
, burnt up liy slow tleuiy, from not roin start to finish and there's joy paya between $ ,5CO and $3,000: a )oftti* going to Jacksonville came ,
benpropulypjinuutoeveryonathat! I ; 'ear. M. Augustus has all the np- In and ;
In our mind even now as we take the drouth: two hours according
in ik'aroyi.bIlia., And yet It back tack. leuranoesof a cheap skate and theeople to J. 11. Wylle, were delighted with
I Pata.tl painted, if the light kind l of paint A Heavy TaxT evy. regard him. He last ran for and snerltt secured ofluval Mrs. G. E. Gillette and children !

ii used. The be it painter In the The county commissioners concluded total of county 27B votes year out of a possible a eturned Tuesday from a visit In ,'

world cannot do a good Job with a seven day session Wednesday 1J,1j>M O. Repudlatr.il by home people he acksonvllle.Capt .
pour paint, but givo a good painter night, during which time was ftis taken up by the governor and G. W. Anderson has been ", ,
:$ held the regular meeting of the ed out of the state pap bin until siting( liis brother, Japt. Henry
month. But most of .this time was ow-when he takes part of the bin. Andeison of Jacksonville while Mis.
'" PATTON'SPAINTS used in equalizing the tax books. Anderson stopped with their dauR'h'f'
This used to mean that the comnlssloners Complaint ,was made on Monday er. :Mrs. Alarlo Bercklemann of Pal-
to the Infftrsfnte Commerce Com minion .
could net change the footngs -
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as made by the assessor, but
R. DeWItt of San Mateo has
Fruit and
Vegetable Pro- ,
Shippers'
could simply take from one piece ofiroperty ectlve Association the At- been looking over his property, getIng -
against
Shoes
Free SALE and add to another.
FOR antlo estimates on work to be done
>> Under the new law the comtnls- Coast Line railroad et al., chat
his fall.
the rates charged the defendant
by
loners
are given to revise the
--- assessment books power and raise' the Unes on citrus fiutts and vegetables A special meeting wa called liar
asesstnent
To every child ,born in Putnam and you will Fiiroly get!: a Job Out on real and personal rom Florida! ro northern and eastern Good Roads Committee.

County during the year 1007 that and Land will look well nnd wear welL erty without regard to change of prop the joints are unjust and unreasonably Mrs. Townsend. wife of the Congregational
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is brought to my store before two Improved Unimproved They are economical paints be* assessor's footings, or totals. ilgh. They complain that they are minister, has received a
months old, I will give its first ciime' they cover BO much moreurfure The board hits teen criticised for liable fairly to compels with ship- letter from Benjamin Stock who
and wear 10 much longer much time In lents of fruits and vegetables from went from thla place to in
session this
pending so engage
and Count
Pllir< of In Both City ,
shoes ABSOLUTELY tlian ordinary paints. Tluy are uonth, and many hare cutrged ns a he West Indies by a,,". and they ministerial work in Baker aud Brad-
FREE. .- sold by reputaulu retailers! whose eason the fact that the commission ask the commission to fix minimum ford counties, saying what Interest Is
business existence depends upon er* are now paid :tJ.OO per dny. tttea on such shipments that will be felt, and what great pleasure he l Isxperiencinz
the continued patronage of eatio* air alike to the railroads and to la his work
William M. This charge ought not to be mado, :
Curry Strunz Get Color Cards ,
Henry and lied Information cu tomen. horn In view of the fact that the board has hlppers. The dinner given by Mr. KlfT, on
alaed the assessed values of real "
The Marf the Fourth at the "Pine Tree Inn,
With Shoes
roperty f5.840 and of personal prop Looks Like a Moat. he road house which will be opened
Palatka, Florida Pal atka. Florida I nG rrn n.8f wm( Dru CO. rty $33,100: { n total Increase of $:T- for guests; about September, was one

-- --- --- -- ---- ---------- -- ----- UO.) This additional nHsnusment will Quite a deep trench has been dug of the most delightful occasions for
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Palatka. Florida. bring an Increase or $58771)! to the .long Held street In front of the city octal gathering we have had. About
Good Workmanship tate and county. hall property arid many have won- I thirty sat clown to two beautifully
Taxes will be high this venr. The ered If It was the of the t..bles-Rud
purpose oread New
libe Call and examine ", ,,,,,,,,,mm.m",,,,,,,,, "' tato has made a levy of Ti mills and city to make a fortification of the England Fourth of July a regular dinner waterved. >

Prompt ServiceThat's :::: ;::: he commissioners at the mertlnti olty hall and surround it with the The Capo) Cod chowder
'P\1BIJICCTI 'CIt his week fixed upou a levy of 13: } old style moat with lift bridge aproaches. lade by Mrs. Kill, not being tboast
1 FIRE .
mills for county purposes.ThU > on the menu.
what you gel when you Correspoivds = makes n. total of 21 mills, an The city Is preparing to lay the
nave. Piquard'sr == = Mrs. A. C. Weaver and little
your Oun and Locksmith Insure your property naulnHt ftmI norease of tt mills over last year, and now i granolithic walk and this trench son,
work aDd Bicycle and Sewing T *\f wlHOWARD I IInsuranoe. 3 mills over the levy of 1005. Iheln- Is for the curb, and the drain. Albert, of Palatka wer.. guests atthe
M..ohln". rpttlrlu done at K- I H. Finlsy Tucker, crease Is due equally between the The apparent great: depth of the Fouith.dinner given by Mr. Kit on" the
EARLS'
iemandx of tl.e state anU those of Itch Is owing to the rise of the
We always please our patrons Hand-Painted == == he county nch making an Bddltonnllevyof treat at this point-a rise not nparent Mrs. Joseph Fraser and Interestng -
we can please you. Come nnd 'WATCHr :::: --- ---- --- ------ U mills. The Increase to the naked eye, but one family are visiting la Hollisrer,
lee rue ::: Real Estate Bargain ::::;; on the part of the state is due toConederate which Is easily seen to exist by a aiss Mattie Frasler ot the postoflloeaktng

(it.is.accurate) Ch ina.SMI == No. 1.-VR"nnt mirnHi Int. 4Hx 1 W == pensions; that on part of the eferenoe to the street level map In ; htr vacation at the same time.
E. bout louullty In towu. pi'Urn right. ;..:.:: county to an Increased. levy of II ho city engineer's otllce.h Robert Block has taken the Capt,
O. EARLS m II u a pleuure to know inai == No.II.-Tan.room.story hoima, .... mills for the Hard Boad fund. --- Mann place, with the Intention of
| U U I you have the right time to1' == In ban vcooU n ov rttpnlr. from;, I lol towut)xltt HO, can Own IwbuiiKhCat r == The county l 18.y Is as follows Doctor Away From Horn When market gardening.

_"7 Lemon St. Talntka.. Fla. > -' :::: a hargulu. Kit.her unuli ;::: bounty School: 6 mills\ ; O..nerQJ..n..v. Most Needed Bev. Towusend has purchased
tKittKE* : or .uHtiillmutit.", nue .Fund ZH mills, ; Uond Fund,
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what la known
H often familiarly us thereen
People are much
... ;::: very dlsaplolntml -
No.4 Ton-room 4-ntorloi. gnmlrB II mills Bridge Fund I1 mills
Notice. J iirt.tj/ j" _== |>ntr,*oornur lot.iMxtin, ctoMlruhlulot'rtllty == Hard fj Boad; Fund, 2S.. mil,s. ; to tlnd that their family pbyslc-. House, property of Harry
,
The == Oan bo bouy bt at a bar- laD Is away from home when they most lastings\ of Atlanta
fur Tax Books ol the CIty Palatb I HowVfdi gala for ciwU.Wo == The special tay;:school illntrlota will Deod his services. Diseases like Georgia.E.. O.
MOT the "'seesmeDt of Taxes for the yenr. == Two-ntory hout* on the have an additional tax' for sch<.olurposes oollo and ch lera. morbus cramp
are about 4 nillH front ns follows: Pomona, I require prompt tired Thre of the
to b" oo-nnienoecl, and ar.o == Family With On
=
and have la
DotlclIl. ZZ g blcMik* from th HI<| fiiotory, treatment many; Instances
9r<">y given that I will forof The Jeweler hfivlthy" lonnllty lob mnt. ,..N>. Von mill, FrancU mills! GVfso.'iit City, proven fatal before medicine could be Bottles of Chamberlain's Colic Choi.ra .
IIlsh blanka upon whlch to make returns == >et tlio pvlue: oauh. or liiHtallinttftt. ::::: II mills; Pen lei, 8 mill ) Flora home, ,
prnoureil" or a physician summoned and Diarrhea
tb81r i 'l'.ubl. Propert)' t,.all person.lo == N u. M. -H non of!nowl In ml. 1 1..0 ;::: I) mills.Thi The right iviy' Is to keep at hand bot- Remedy.
"CPPIYIOIf fur !tame at no,. oRloe In the $3J to 4150a oruiij|,[(* trm**('Ia''lil..ul.wn>boxH.li Ht ::::; bonrd will inopt thn first Morlty t .of Clmrob vlftln's\ (Jo1I". Cholera a and "1 purchased a bott1 Chamberlain's.
yen.*) liptn front, H room IIOUMU, it tI. In August to hear ponipluln'Mmm ( I
ellr, Choleia and Diarrhoea
[ = 5 Palatka :H luirKnluatlMHHiDOIT : == Dlairhoe Remedy'. No physlcUa canprracrlbe Bemrdy
will !bo! my oflltl wr aflernooud purtles' whoso nswiRment h i i ib better alld found It to ba alt olalmol for It lahe
a remedy for these dlaeises.
arl otll 4 ool.oclc'and all dl1)' TOD WonAnting OfHoe opposite Court Houfl1, ;; ..en rAI8..d.Jnclnds By having it in the house ;you- advertisement! flhree. of the famty -

? Baturdays.l nothing pre- Palfttka Florida.mmmmmmmmmmm. == six cans of Argo; Red Salmon escape much pnln and suffering and all have used It with good results la
:: in risk. Buy It now it save lira .ummercoomplalnt.-H. Hows, pnb-
Fla. next list It ; may
your grocery;
1. N. BL&CKWJXL. Sot sals Il Isher of the Pre.s, Highlands, WI....
Aokermau-Stawsrt
u by
will k for twenty Drug Co
sp years.
City Ti A se..sor. .'ot sal* by ackermaa-Stewart; Drug Co,


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THE PALATKA NEWS'i THE OTHER SIDE. !m Striking Contr''t.of ; .- ,

Of the report of the committee tbat One the worst traits of this remarkable Chewers who
Entered at tbe Palatka postofficea Inspected Broward'a drainage operations What State Editors are Saying bodyhas been. the weakness read
mallable matter of the lecondolass. shown by certain members to
the Tallahassee True Democrat -
the information1r '
tbat legislators had no
says: "There are two sides say some

p .:)lIlIhed at Palatk Fla., on even to tbat repert. one was made hesitation In having member of in this j
Fridays by public, the other was not and It may Boys, Please Read This-* their own families put on the payrolls given space
at f& a day. and It Is a fact that -
be that Home day the other will :
It the who suck cigarettes
boys
RUSSELL.VlCKERS. some of tbesetiommltteea had prae- in next week's
come. If the object of that report ever read the newspapers, the following 1 paper .
In
little to do.
was to hoodwink the people it was I tically or nothing
*.. A. RUSSELL dh.P center shot at a ruinous vice
f
only partly successful. If to deceivethe striking contrast to all this.'In the will then know
might be helpful to them If they saw Mc-E
- --- -- why
course pursued by Senator \. nlll, of
legislature Into the new
passing
had been
It before their will\
1'1'A
CORRECTION. power Putnam by all odd the ablest man
drainage act it succeeded. A. the
I destroyed by their dope: President SCHNAPPS and other
In either house who. a* chairman of of
t Senator. Crlll has called! attention Times-l'nlon has shown the report Jordon of Stanford University says:
the Senate committee finance '
of the ;News to another error in It. does not bear close\ scrutiny vervwell.Times "Boys who smoke cigarettes are cin brandsas
clerical
Union "Short Talks." and taxation did his own the Reynolds shown
bill liku apple They drop i.ng
discussion of the Fund transfer wormy work-and It was heavy-sooner than
of Representative McKenxie. The As the editor of the Palatka News before harvest time. They rArely employ a ulerk at public expen.e.Bot -- Internal Revenue statistics
failures In after life because
make by
member of tbe
legislative
was a such men a* Dr. Crlll are none
sew. stated last week that this bill tbey do not have any after life. The .
"did before committeewith committee appointed to inspect tbe who before his too common In any community. fiscal made thewonderful
not KO any Everglades Drainage operations. It boy begin smoking "Lob'lat."ln Lake City Index. for a year,
the life of
which Senator Crlll was sitting fifteenth year never enters And those "striking contrast''
may not be out of place for us to the world. When the other boys are -
and be had nothing to do with Its qualities la Senator Crlll. constitute
Rive tbe "other side" of the report taking bold of the world' work he Is __ -
defeat." the very best reason why he, or some -t-
concerned with the sexton and tb.nndertaker. .
as hinted at by the True Democrat. ". man of Florida just like him should : -j 1.
The sews understood Sen.torCrill. -Live Oak Democrat.
This committee was composed of J I be elected Governor for tbe next '
who was interviewed ... mak- term of four years. A man must be *
1 seven member, three of whom were Hard On the Tigers-
elected who will lead from
ing this statement but the senator us again

ba since called our attention to the senators and four representatives.Four Circuit jfndge Wolfe, solved the under the burden, the populisllo( political
of the committee were out- question of how to gee rid of blind schemer have placed affair.
error. Be say he made this statement spoken advocates of the governor' tiger yesterday when be refused to and a man who would spurn running

with reference to the Adam allow a fine In the case of a colored a political machine after he got to be

bill a bill in all respect (except a. drainage scheme one was undecided man convicted of violating the local Governor-one who would be fair

to amount) similar to the McKenzie and two were emphatically option law, and made known his Intention 'and a just governor to the whole

!opposed to It. sentence to a term in the people even ,If Borne of hi* people _
bill; that the Senate Judiciary committee The committee wan pen regardless of station In life did differ with him In publlo affairsA ____
repoit pre-
of which ha Is a member did every person so convicted In his second term for one of the other' ---- -
make an unfavorable report on the pared by tbe majority members, court. Hurrah for our business kind bas b..e.ll1ev..re enough.tlo not

McKenzie bill, for the reason givenby and In Its original shape devoted Judge, I This will\ do sway with the give him the third by electing '

the News.This several pages of typewritten foola- mortgaging of the homes of Innocent another man filled with schemes. gain of six and one- $

to Indorsement and advocacyof wives and children and practicallywith Tallahassee True Democrat.The (
an
paper regrets that it wasted seep the governor's scheme of drainage. the tiger; bUlluess.la.lanna mother who would I ha horrified thtbouKht fourth million pounds or a net
Into a misstatement through a mu.understanding. *- TimesCourier.IM of I letting her daughter winder away ,
When the report was read to the toft ,range country: without guide: or counsel
-- committee, Hon. Charles L. Knowle: Death of Judge Swayne yet permit' bar to enter that unknown land of gain of one-third of the entire
ffomanhood without eouniujl or caution
: Tie? KNOWNOTHING SPIRIT 'of Key West and the editor of the The death of Judge Swny ne, of the Then In utter Ignorance, the maiden mu.t of c' '
meet problem "i."P'" '' wilt increased consumption !
Federal court of this State, Is hardly' pbynlcal :
News made objection./ They refusedto :. :
her
Florida Is pre-eminently the stat effect whole fulura llf l>r. Pierce F-
surprising, for he had been in feeble sonic Preaorlpllon hoe been well named. a
of native Americans. Outside Key sign the report unless that part health for a long timeand had doubtless '_Ood-cend lo women. It correct 'trreaularltleaand chewing and smoking ",

West aud Tampa with their large devoted to advocacy (and which, prolonged his life by sheer force ImpHrti lucb vtgorou, ,".lIty to the "j i'
delicate *, a* flu them for their 1"" ( '.
womanly organ .
lu the event of Its adoption would of will power. The deceased Jurist! hyvrlcal. tobacco in the United '
number of Cuban cigar; makers and :Important: function Many ft nervoim: *- .
of :
have meant that the legislature of was never popular with the people peevuh girl ha been
"Y"Faoor-
at Tarpon Spring, with Its Greek this State and the effort to Impeach lapuv young woman. ftrter the Doe
Florida gave Its approval) of the lie JTaMcrlpilon"' .... e..tahllhed. the sounCboamib States.R. L
spongers, Florida's population 1 is him In the United States Senate very of Iba organ peculiarly forolulnti. '
largely native American. whole Broward-Jennlngs drainage fairly reflected the estimate In which Not ft patent raedixlne but the "Fmvorit
stricken Therewas he was held by the great body ofFlorldlans. recrlptlon"of; l r ITerce.a Specialist" In thedlNea
out
scheme was
This fact makes Its favorable .
always dIdn'tlike e of women. Of -known composition, ,J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
debate, and several meetings of Judge Swayne without ftloohol or other dangerous fttlmulanu, ,
i' the traveled cltl !
Impress upon us. He came hero from northern be active medicinal principle of Oolden Ha (i
zeu of the I'nlted States who lingers ''I the committee lasting through several state saturated with war prejudices end Lady Bilpper root, of lilacS Oahooh rootrnlcorn W1NSTON-SALEM N. C. :
root and Blue Cohosb root are extracted !
,- long; In Florida. It 1 la such a pleas days. and he was never able to rise from each by the ue of chemicallypure ,

ing leusatlon to be among Amerlcnns I Finally tbe editor of the News above the intense republican partisan. triple-refined!. ,eerln...
and put himself in kindly, sympathetic !
that he docs not fall to comment prepared a minority report. It was
touch with the people he lived lion. Frank Adams ha "peeled' -
favorably it. not read to the committee but at He could see our faults, but
upon '1"t
among. S1
.t&
lit coat. for the race to the United Round tUte from Jacksonville to l
It Is a fact also that had Its weigh the final meeting/ the majority not; our virtues, and doubtless to the Trip t !S '

in the defeat of the Immigration bill wan told that unless the obJectionable last he looked upou us as little better States Senate. At least he has Jamestown Exposition via A. .
than subjugated alien yielding a landed the his resignation
governor C. L. Jl
matter was taken out of
before the last legislature. The forced allegiance: to the government, of the office of
slate senator from
: average Floridian hesitates to encourage Its report. the minority would sub- and who were to be treated accord- 14.05 Coach f1erryday; CO. ;:

a condition that means ultimately mit a report. In order to avoid division ingly by the Federal judiciary. Hamilton county which he has on sale each .

the majority/ members con- There are still sucn men left bot.hal'VIl filled for 13 years. days. No .
the elimination of native
$22.55 Fifteen
day
', none on the Federal benchIn '
Influence, both moral and political. sented. the )south and It would have helped $100 Howard $100.'i'hereadorsoftbmepaperwlml (). sleeper. Denier III

:' He knows wa gain nothing In moral The editor of the News'agrees with Judge Swayne's fame had he 'resigned be pleaeed to in limit.
the Times-Union that the report long a\'oal1d taken himself earn that there 1*at leaat on*dreaded. dmeaaetllataclonceaco $27.8:! *-Sixty day
from the average Immigrant and years been able to cure In All liea sleeper ... Material
that he soon learn to I III does not bear close scrutiny. It Is a from among a people he deemed agea, and thai la Catarrh. Hull' Catarrh
get busy .
b friendly in I mlt.t33.7ii8e..ou
never able to look upon with UUrei.tlieoly punitive cur now knowa to
politic disjointed and meaningless report, President Roosevelt now ha medical fraternity. Catarrh being a oonfttuullonal .

In nineteen of the northern state except that It does bear witness to has eyes.a fine opportunity to show that dlneaao Hall,Catarrh require Oura a oonntllutlonaivatmeut la taken. Inernally er. Stopover all Kinds.I I

the number of the foreign-born and' the facts that the dredges are fine he Is a friend to the South and wants acting directly upon the blood and limit of Deo. Ii).
mucous surfaces of the thereby dearuylitg -
machines that the work Is being a non-partisan judiciary by giving: eyatem .. ALSO
their immediate descendants exceedsthe the foundation the dlneae' and glvntf -
us us a successor to Judge; Swaynesome the patient I atrength 'by building up tbeconBtltutlon $.6Ii-Spokane.. '
done well and at minimum of cost.
number of the native-born lu a eminent lawyer from our own and uwlatltig nature: In doing lu July 11. limit to "" and

tbe largest cities the number Is two- The minority report. after agreeing state appointed solely on the groundof curative work. The proprietor baveao. ranch faith. In its verse route.
that the
offer One Hundred
with the to the fitness for the olllce and without power west of Memphis
thirds, and even three-quarters majority as pure Dolinrsforanyca.e: thalitfailelo care Bend
ly business features of the work so regard to his party affiliations. We (or lie or testimonial $80.15-Portland, : x "
There Cohens than Smiths .
nre more .
have Florida lawyers excellently Addrera F.J CH ENET CO. Toledo, O.T.k.
fur accomplished and Its cost says: .. llall'e FamIly rule for coimtlcatlou. 'Vasb..Victoria,
lu the New York New
directory. qualified, for the place and we tru.tthat same as to C'

England even, Is no longer puritan-. "But, notwithstanding this the the same patriotic spirit which Today Is the day set apart by one BCMMEB\ :

but foreign.; So I. It in the middle deem minority It expedient of your committee or wise for doe the not In- dictated Emory: Speer the of nomination Georgia, will of governMr. Judge Claude L'Engle to spring a sensa- On sale dally, Wraps.

and central west and not only In the ternal Improvement Board to proceed Roosevelt In this instance.-Live lon-nothing unusual about this. Denver Col., $ ;

city and town. but in hamlet and further with the Everglades Oak Democrat. however, except that notice was Oa.. 17-20; Chicago, ; '
drainage scheme until It can be determined ---- Mich.. 141.45;'
country. Riven In advance of its arrival.Peusacola .- troltJ
The Floridian Is not absorbed that the ultimate end to be Fault's With the Officers N. Y.: '48.96; ;
so Journal.
average latka Florida. I'
: achieved will result In benefits to the
Washington, D. C. $: ;
The Mnllberry Times In an editor
-- -- -
In business affairs! to be ,
as people which will Justify the enor- Mountain Tenn., $24 :
able to overlook the from expenditure of that will lal on "Blind Tigers" says that "be The _
loss soc mous money lug In the center of tha tiger territory Cause:: of Many For further
be required for its accomplishment. ..
lal. moral and political standpoint we feel that we know a thingor man reservations
This will depend, In our opinion -
which would result from a large In- upon two about the issue." And then Sudden Deaths. Frank C. Boylston
considerations FIRST
to : : At
I the Times proceeds to lambast the ger Agent Atlantic : --- "
flux of foreigners. It may be that present the question or ownership of ,
who voted the "dry" There is a disease prevailing in this Jacksonville Fla.
this U. prejudice, but whatever It bit the submerged lands of the Everglades people rcspoimlble. That county Is about country moat dangerous because M>decep-
being
here is In controversv. The State as I lf II KfJKMany sudden Saw Mill Outfits
present. brains |
no far as some can reason.What' For
lu a well recognized policy coveringa I Tdlfe l ELI3*' deaths caused
It U probably a relic of the old the matter with the law otllo- are

wnothina"splritof; ISM), which number made of grants years of has the by swamp Its Legislature and I ers News.That down. there anyhow?-Palatka !{ by ,it-pneumonia heart disease New and Up and Boilers and all kinds of Machinery,

had it not been for the more important overflowed lands to railroad companies -: Is the point exactly. Nothing ( J heart failure or Furniture < > carry a largo stock and can make immediate

issue of slavery and state rightsthe to encourage and aid them In the I could be more absurd and illogical L I apoplexy are often catalog. We can: save you mon v
construction of their lines of road.
south together with a large partof than to denounce a. law because of m the result of kidney House
This policy was acqule ed in by the [I : disease. If
of Its enforcement AddressMalsby
the county would have stood on a Trustees of the Internal Improvement the inefficiency I at low
The fault is not with the law but .; kidney trouble. is very
platform ol "America for Amerl Fund until the administration behind I allowed
of the 1UU1-1U04\ and to that with the officers; !get In the ,.... .1 toadvance Go
cans forgetful of the fact that ware years ; up I"ttpr.-Llve Oak Democrat. :: : tliekiduey-poisou- Co.
time in the execution of the policy -
all the ed blood -will attack -
children of .
Immigrants.Congressman declared by the Legislature in making lu Greatest. Sin- the vital organs, causing catarrh of
: Frank Clark's Idea these /grants the Trustees had editorial he bladder, or the. kidneys themselves R. S. 41 8. Fomyth St.,
In
concluding a strong
: securing settlers for Florida from actually conveyed to railroad companies of very the evil of whisky break down and waste. away cell by cell.
arraignment Atlanta Georgia.
the farming sections of other state that had constructed their drinking the Tallahassee Sun pronounces Bladder troubles almost always) result I'alittku' } : ,
roads upon the faith of these grants front a derangement of the. kidneys anda
in the I'ulon should appeal to us all. thousand whisky "the curse of the p
of these lands.
many acres cure is obtained quickest
by a
Such Immigrants, though largely Hut the Trustee of the administration world. And yet we seem to remember proper
-
.reatment of tile kidneys. If are feeing
you and
trmt the late legislative Undertaking
during -
foreign, would yet have the advantage mentioned, conceiving that session Editor L'Euirie's trenchant badly you can make no mistake. by tUv,'"i. ifeA COLLEGE

of having served their "proba under these lands the Acts had of been Congress granted by to which the moral pen was not used members O once of to !give that taking great kidney Dr. Kilmer's, liver and Swamp-Root bladder remedy.tbe &11miLE: ; :;.: : ; :: < ;[ 1 A>. KtVMqiv/.u'Kn_ _/ C
tion" or novitiate In other states. support to
State for the declared purpose of body who were striving to curb this It corrects inability to bold urine. and Kit*' I For CaUlogui &. full

The News has been fortunate.- It drainage had arisen and, which reclamation could not me be trust defeated curse. We regard the late legislature's scalding that pain unpleasant in passing necessity it, and of being overcomes ; Delicious S t I[Information Address .

failure to drive this curse from John W. Sllnet. Prtl.or .
fr has red the of the Talla- legislative
Keen enmity by grants to compelled to often through the
go day,
our state as the late legislature's' Wn. S. Coi. M r.
haunt.e Sun whose editor Is the pres railroads. refused to recognize these greatest: sin.-Starke Telegraph and to get up many times during/{ tbe Bon Bons ; --
Fla.'A.
3 emulate; printer. The News never grants. 'fh.po.ltlon thus assumed night./ The mild and the extraordinaryeffect
by the Trustees bas resulted In seve- of Swauip-Root is soon realized.It !! and
courts the approval of that class of ral suits in the State and Federal Torn LTV KB stands the highest for its wonderfulcures Notice of Application for Tax Deed

editors who subordinate patriotismt. Courts brought by railroad companies Is out of order. 1'pu: go to bed In a bad of the. most distressing cases. Ry. Under Section 8 of chapter 4SHS, Lavs

public pap, and who become sy- and those claiming under I humor and get up with I bid taste In Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is of Flurlda.I .
chophants at the shrine of official them to assert the validity. of the your mouth. You want something to sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and z All Home-Made : 7th, 1007. I :Notice In. hereby given that D 0.
legislative grants, and to have these stimulate your liver. Just try Herbine one-dollar size. bottles. You may have a no ties Mayuard, purchaser of tax certificate
graft. and we cannot recall anything lands applied to their satisfaction. the liver regulator. A posftve cure for sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery Something No. 1101: dated the lilt day of JUDO A.

WH Imve, ever said that would entitleus These suits are now pending, and the Constipation, Dyspepsia and all liver and a book that tells all about it, D. 1SOC, has illed saltf certificate In my

to the Sun's friendship. ultimate result of the controversy complaints Mrs. F.-,Ft. Worth. both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil M every : I offloe and has made application for tax

cannot be predetermined line Texas writes: mer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. When deed to i issue ia accordance with aw. .
It is reported that a number- of the should the railroad companies be successful "Rave used Horblna in my family for writing mention reading this generous L. A. : Slueou Said certificate embraces the following\

leading attorneys of Jacksonvilleand and the Trustees be directedto years. Words can't express: what I offer in this paper. Don't make. any i Pullman described property situated In Putnam
convey he lands to them In satisfaction think about It. Everybody in my mistake but remember. name Swamp- $. Lemon St., without county, Florida, to-wlt:

other parts of the state will urge of these legislative grants, household are happy and well, and we Root Or. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and tImeaddrm'aa ;:r.s-slIIi;; :!: ::" ). : at Val- Plat U Saratoga section 30, township
upon President Roosevelt the appointment then the benefit derived from the owe It to Herbine." Sold by Ackerman. Binghamton N. ,,., oil every for lluoou.. 11. range 20-U acres.
of Hon. Fred T. Mynrs of drainage effected by the Trustees Stewart Drug Co. bottlc. ------ : .. Mama The said land being assessed at Iks

Tallahassee of would enure to the railroad cotnpan.SECOND U. LOPIK RAil...., J. faolld date of the lastianca of such certificate
an Judge the United
r. ._ -I"'.. frealdant. ; made In timenameoraa. Orernwood. lule'S
btatrs" Court lor the Northern District ; : If the litigation referred car for said oertlUcaUH phall be redeemed according

of Florida, made vacant by the to should terminate favorably to llUULEDRiIYV The G. Loper ; City for to law,tax deed ..1lI1..e thereon

/ death of Judge Charles Sway.. The the Trustees, and the title of the \ Tlftomt_ Alao oa the 13th day of July A. D IDuT.V .
State to the lands thus be It and and seal
settled itness odlclal signature
my
appointment of a high-toned scholarly "A You Can Offer o. Friend"5c Fire
would remain to be determined Cigar south Geor this the 6th day. of June A. D. 1907.
democrat, learned in tbe law. whether or not the drainage scheme [thwl JOSEPH PBICE.

would not be a surprising act In Pr -sIJfiit II a feasible and practicable project, leading American Clerk circuit court Putnam county, Fin.

Roosevelt. Mr. Meyers Is all anj what would be the practical val- from polnta
ue of it to tlie-people If accomplished.The :MO) p. m, Publication.
For
this and more. He I I. one of the Order
work has been
entered upon and
rt-ally great lawyers of Florida. and >prosecuted to this time without rr Accident ; Florida K'y I n the. Clroull FutimniOountjr.' ,: Court, Eighth Yhortd--Ifl! Judlrlnl! "tunii Clrcult. -

Ills appointment( ; would add lustre lo definite ascertainment of these two route from o rf.Alexander.

the Federal bench. The lawyers ol essential facts. ,. Atlanta M.Steen Oomp'lt, ) Bill for
"To Justify the expenditure required The Travelers .. .. Ilvor'Impiwarlnu '
Florida should rise to a man and for this work it should in our : ) .. a hed- tlattle Trsteeo": Defendant j

urge this appointment at tbe hands opinion, only be prosecuted after full Life Agent. bill lll,' l In the 1 byetttduvit above *t a appended tw) rete
of the President and complete examination and surveys 1 lUfnndnnt' I* a rmldont of ttin Hlxiio" II', '
tho Bint, or 1'Kllfornl, that she wa form,,"
by thoroughly competent engineers
The greatest care is used In the The Old Reliable 1y a rntldttnt of the, mate ol Klortiln, iiiw
0..- of the very best local papers and comprehensive and detaIled Macon. Co. timeS; sin, ha. been :nlwuii nmouW than *I lt'Jditytt.
that comes to this office ls the Clay plan of operation prepared by manufacture of theHuckleberry neat prvwxltnif the application for Ilorderof >
hem from such surreys. It Is too Life" of New -- -- puV,lli-ntloii, BU<| tlml there I* 110
'uunty Times published at Green vast and extensive an undertaking Tax iteed .pnraon" to the ..,.... Ibe service or.aU90U ...hpool'| ond' "

toy Springs, and edited by some to be entered upon without such full Marine ,(88),1, tluimmant whom b would..ll.,\..bind the the sip,defendant of the d'f"t! !

!rood fellow who Is too blamed modest and Intelligent preparation."It Cigar ant to Iw over twenty-one ye rj; It I"'a amiIn ';*
*
torn onlurod tnat ald dwtondanl *
should also ascertained with tbat D. O.
tit
to run his name at the masthead. lionby rmiiiln to appear to the Bill
The News some degree of certainty, by careful The Leadimg $ certificate Uoniplalnl" lliwl In sold cause on or beforeJION
congratulates the people investigation and experiment the day of July, : DAY, the Mb. DAY Of AUOt'BT,
of Clay County on the amalgamation possibilities of the lands after being is \ ate In A. D. low. otherwise the alienation of aM 1
; %_ of Its two former ordinary paper eclulmed. for cultivation and agrl-/ Each one perfectly made, and contains All Claims for hill will: U: lukeil. M coufwiiMKl by sol.l! 'lj"

culture In order that it be with.law. fvndaal. iw .
Into one may best tobaccos Order
extraordinarily good only the skillfully tt 1 lii Mrlhor onlenxl thai this ;
known as far as well Informed Judgment following puhlulinl one* a week. for 4 eonwciillv'weeka ,
: )local newspaper. can determine!, tbat the result blended. It is a cigar that pleases. In Putnam In the .laLka New, n nawipul
Offloe. 38 I'rontBt.. State.Wltn .
will justify the work and Its accom- > p iiMmluHl 1 In alil I'ounty and tUb
-' The cbarge tbat Uen. Albert Gil- ,,.* niy hand and offielaMtral
illshment secure substantial benefits section .
the 10th day ot June, luuT.kl. _
christ. while Speaker In tbe legislature to tbe people In whose Interest It has ASK: YOUR CIGAR MAN : i 5 acres. ;; JOBEPH PRIOR:,

of I90C, voted against a blllltl- been undertaken." European certlOuate Mo
lug more power to the Railroad Commission Z.: s:. IIAJitK'UL.
Is giving that urban. gubernatorial Hundreds of people have told! tbetracers I Lee Roy Myers Company, Furnished accord Unless HolKiUor. fur VCJlnpl..ln..n'-June ..-..

candidate trouble. : that the Ar "j Ked "Salmon" Is Hot and thereon
some be best "Salmon that have
they ever
Which only goes to prove that the eaten. Ask your neighbor If tbey Makers AtJajnes D. 19O7.and seal Subscribers. wishing tbelr addre-old ;
have tried It.Subecrlb. ure es changed will please give the "
road to high office which leads
fi D. 11)07 address. By I through tha legislature Is, to say the -tf [ !) PIUOE.-: as well tills as. the new trouble and delAy j,
much
|east, a rocky, rocky road.i' for the Palatka News. tk Palatka county Fla will IIIR ba overcome, i

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and ;r I Crescent_ City' Hews\ John B. Stetson University .


Farmers -- -------- __ __ != J
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no..rNo Operation Four Colleges and Five Technical Schools. '_
Weather
Fruit Growers ( Iteport. \ Mr. Walker, the well-known orange Det/VND FLORIDA
; Creicent' OiLs tomporutture tor h.
week
h.. July liii. thin. ond buyer of Orlando who operated Affiliated With the University of Chicago .

the (( Max Mln a packing house here last winter and

_throughout county ;/ M for hr. R/I tin or. who purchased the crops of several Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va" writes: CoLlEGE (IF; LIIIKIIAI. ABTB.-TlioBUindanli I : ,< are those of the Cnlwrnlty of Chica'

I who have bought their 211. "SaVtirdaV ft/ ,? HD 7. growers, visited this section las I "I had what doctors call and couldn'tstand go. metmnreKriiitiinUa; r<*Milve tbalrdegreew tram both.Btuiaon and Chicago. Be* the. Ohlo o
1 1 Ito) Suudey.' "" 14% w '* 'prolapse, and Station catuloga.COIA.KUK

I supplies of us will cheerfully 1.JIiI'Monday. .. 77 8'l 78 HI) 11 week with a view to learning as. near straight. I had pain in my back and !: OK" LAW.-UrailiiMe*ot tlili Colla admitted to pruoUcn law In Florida

( testify that we U. TII..d..y.9 Bl 77 I W 71 as possible the size of the coming shoulders and was irregular and profuse. without examination., 7.

1m saved them 8.4. 'I'Wednesday.""...dn mi. 7ft. 7H soit 78 crop. While here It Is stated that he very COLLEGE OF TKCnN01.0JY AND SCHOOL OF MEChANIC AKTS.-MMbnnl- ., ,
}have many, I ) win 77 74 lOW Doctors
72\ii\ said needed but I
an operation was Manual to dUlfl'oe.rIlle now \ '
0 Friday 7M 7* 74 87 72 purchased, several crops oil the trees. Oat, Civil. Electrical KiiKlneurlnK and Tralulnif oourees loading .

(y many\ dollars from the K I). WILLIAMS. Obiorvor. the same to be gathered by Deo. 25th, couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak- ,ooMtltv B4iilpnieiiUVOM.KOH | .. 'I"I"buldlnll.

1m 1 charged by their OF HUSINKNU.-Hun. king' In ..1111. branches. UookkooplnR by best method -
prices and the price ing threebottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk ,
1 paid was $1.25 per box, Shun'hum! anil'I'yiHiwrltliiK. Lloullvu cuuruiii" Open| I In 01 tier 1 IXipartmeiils.) l.uruo FaCially and ,
I
| local dealers.We .""' ''''''''''''' the buyer to take everything. Among around. Can now do my housework and am in oomodloLH bulhiriig.PHKPARATonv. \

cave I(I $. those who fire reported to have sold splendid health." ACADEMV.Gradimtcs prepared to entarHarytird, Vale, Princeton "\
can money. .. Personal and Social. $ their crops to Mr. Walker on the Cornell, MluhlKan, Chicago and, all nmt-olaas ColleKes.NOKMAI. .t'

for YOU ( terms are Chas. :B. Morrow M. H Cardul is a pure vegetable, medicinal essence, AM> MODKl SCIIOOI.N-. KlndorKarlon" In IU own building.( .. Primary .
1m .""' ''''' '''''''''''''''''. and irammar School In ,u>i>aratu. building 1'hmu "Hi'hudlH, enpoalally prepare rubllu' 4.'
Our -stock is always <,i White and Chas. Curtlss, and the especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It I school II""ho.

fresh and of the best.WheninPalatkacon. visited Mis. J.Pninthi M. Dutiton, and Miss Mary Carrier Bros. relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates : MUSIC NCiiooc.'10.000.00 pipe organ A dozen 1.I.uo.,separata bulldti.K l large/ faculty. 3

) on Monday. Rev. R. W. I thorough couron of utuil.v. w ,
Thlet
r a state mission. irregularities and is
a .
Oliver and iilo. ( moddlseio.HiuiMonhnva .
Harry Chamberlin ary of the Baptist ART 8CIIOOI. -Now $ 0e177'osoti.f
write for church will hold safe pleasant and reliable FREE ADVICE fiinultyof 4H profftHsorHfind liiBtruotoni. They hold I degrees tTnlvoraltyof I
,
} suIt us, or us @ wont. to DeLund fcr the'Jtourth. morning and evening services at the ChlcHKO. Harvard Yalo. Darimolilk, t Dolumbla.. Toronto, Wako For..ZtomLo.I I .1
remedy for all Write ui a letter deecrlblMf all Uowdoln, TJlreoht! ''JlO.k.II. Unlvoraity of Michigan,imenninon and other tintvereTtie. Thara ,
prices. Mr. and Mis. L. Eat l1 lire oontem Presbyterian church here on Sunday, your ymptoine' end ... will. lend you aro over"*'0,000 "o4" In bnlldlnttN and wjtitpmontt, nearly. acinartar million dollar endowment-, ;
plating a trip to Hummer Haven July 21st. Rev. Mr. sick women. In suc"dd" Advice.I In plain sealed envelope. endowed library of over. ....... volume; a beautiful. chapel with ooHtly fnrniiihliifffi. Including' 4
\ Thlet .
comes at i Ladles Advisory I Department., ; litulnud' III... wlndown. 7 oil ,iIntItign' u tUMNHMH" pipe OTKMI; a Gymntujlnm wllli oomplotmtpparatun .
Bros. benoli. the request of Mr. Darby and his cessful use for over 70 The ';! ",..M.dlcln.Co..t.h'""- ; an anoloNed Athlotlo' Fluid, ruinitng I track, tunnln court* btwotuiU' diamond and .
::
: :
Gay nooga. Tvnn. arldlron. hvMlden I swimming, polf, rowliiK and oihomportH, Huparuto butldlnK": : for mon end womon {
Mr. and Urn. T. N. Gautier and purpose Is to see what prospects years. Try it. ,; tell large Inborutorlut. for ""ml.try. Uantoriology Mineralogy and hlolouy; eec (
I there are for I Hie oral large mimuuma and RhopHi' elootrlo' HetitN. electric., boll., Steam' heat onment walks, shell
Wholesale and Mrs. R. A. Uautler left on Saturdayfor establishment of a rood, Snout a\ontioa HpauluiiH campuH lrnbiHiry) and trot,." vooln. literary miiNlual Gild other '
Miami. Baptist church In this section. A. At Every Drug Store In $1.00 Bottles. HtudnntN' ahilmi, tar lucture ooi.rf.eti; Ohrlmlan and not Neotarlan teaching." '1'he location I. 'j'
Retail Grocers beautiful and healthful and thaoxpoimeii sea. low. -
Ed. Newsom Imu duclded to bulk the pastor of the Presbyterian church Fonual.altCis, vluwttt folder.* and Information, ftddrov. time I'rasldent.
I 1 1Wl will be on his vacation that time '

I@ Palatka, Florida. J( aide up his of Luke grove Crescent.propnrty on tun. east and there would otherwise at be no, WINE LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D. ;

service at the
Presbyterian church CAROUI DeLAND FLORIDA. -
Mrs. J. E. and ..
Master
@ Phillips that day, It likely that Mr. Thle '."
--- -- --- -- -- -
Phillips Cash have gone to Daytona will be OF
.
-.- -- - -- greeted by a large congregation.
Beach for a few weeks. .

; .- ------------- -- .
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w o Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Waterman left The Crescent ----------- Florida",East Coast Railway
City and Seville baseball LAKE COMO. Limit of Human Strength.Expenimoimts ,
on Saturday for Attleboro, Maaa.where ..
clubs played a here on the a number of men
WE HAVE ON. )JIAND will remain until fall. game upon Tunc Card No. 10 In Effect 1907.
they Local "
April
morning of the Fourth, and this constituted Mists Phebe Palmer was a visitor have shown tliut a man live feet high ,

Mrs. Miner who has passed the the only public amusementof Palatka. recently and< weighing 120 pounds will\ lift, on SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. .. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

a large supply of Benson In the Attleboro apartment the day Newman and Owen Mr. Rogers "and Ron of Georgia, an overage 150:; pounds through a vertical ;:-811 i'e N... TSJNo.' UK =- I

louse. left this week for her northern were the battery for the visitors, who have been the guests of Mr. and distance of eight Inches, or 217 00 DaU7 Dally STATIONS lIully Dall;!' .h.

home. while Russell Mm. D. B. Raybon, have returned to pounds through a height of 1.2 Inches. 00 TEe .... 'To'86iWi .
Paruce Rubbers for and Varnea pitched e """" Lv..."" ..iokonviiia..Ac 0-:1:
their home. Others 0.1 feet high: and weighing: 183pounds I-.. .. .. _. ...,
_. a C8PIt II 1ItI. Bon'b' J.ek..ovllle..I.v 7 17P't' H 4.'AH r-J:
The rains of the past two week. and Harry Chamberlin caught for could< lift tho 150:\ pounds to u '-' 7 awe io bAit _."........lit.AiiKimtlneJMB ............ .. 0 11PM 7 m,. n _.
have started the vegetation to grow- the home team. The home Mr. and )Mrs. J. D. Mitchell. of d 7 63,5 11 litAms ...... ..... UaHtlnuR.......... ... II 271's" 0 mAo > 1,
boys Huntington the height of thirteen Inches, or 217 pounds S Ott's it 35.9 .Kiwt k'nlalka..L'I in',' 0 2I tn
Fruit Jars lug at a lively pace, and the orange played.lth but seven while the visItors "Highland House are occupy during Injr the absence to a height! of six inches. Other men d 'iips WMt ;:::::::::...... I'aialk a....::::::::::'' + e tin< : 0 >-

trees are doing their full share., had a full nine yet the victory of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hullivnii.Mrs. ..U i feet three Inches high and weighing: = Lfl See.. 1110'" Lv.......... .... l'alittka..4., 5 flies" 0 rOAM. 't Z 1
g-m:;;;.; J"iiPii; Ar..I:1..n itte"_...........Lv: "Ti4iw i Ir.o,. t'"
They are the best; that can ; Mrs W, A. Russell expects to: was with the home boys by a score Tom Smith and Mr Daniel 188 pound could lift 150: pound to a C'\ t.) sip. y aati Lv..............Han Melee............Ar. "ii_"..iol. 7 46M .r-J.....:]

leave next week for Detroit, Mich., of 13 to 11. This makes the third Edmonds were visitors at 1'alatka height of sixteen Inches or 217 poundsto II it-; J2 a_ Lv....._.......IJllu"ell..Lv 24es. Titjt. .
Cl II 12 411PM ...............1 ....4
last week.D. height of nine Inches. By a great bR's Duponu. 1- D !2&UI c
.
be had and !1t'llnt where she expects to r"lI1alnabout successive victory the Crescent City a Sips C Iwo .,."......_,.. Oruiond.. ..._.......... .. S SiiirM. 4 hint 0-:1: J 4rn

two !months. boys have had over the Seville club. I). Raybon m)nnt a day In Jacksonville variety tho of average experiments human It wes strength ahownIbat Is g tine lao t 2605 ESt ;: ::::;;:,.'..Port... baytona OratiKe...................::::: .: g =:= 4 4 VM 3UM :r-J:::r: _

1 lOc Dozen Crescent City must have been recently. pounds .;;j 1-4 10 1IfoM! S taM Ar..Now' lI.uyrn..I.v. a mlii's" 4 items CDJo/
Little Charlotte ) thirty
per : Mitts Chamberlln equivalent to raising '
2fiiir14i>iI Ant.-Lako; lloloa::::::::IJ.v TT 4WK (I Tic.>... zj .
has been spending a few days with quiet on the Fourth. According to Mr. Wlloox of Bartovy Is I it guest; through a distance of two and one-half ... E' 10 19... 4 Otos ..._...Orango City ...........i.... 14 than 0 maE4 .. _
lie Como of the of Mrs. J. U. Fulton. feet In one second ... 10db... 44Rts. *......Orange City Juliet.....fBmif.ircl 1JJ1UP. 0 lOtl J ".'-..... \
or by mail her aunt Miss Luoy Qautler, In correspondent J. F. Gable who has been 104 cn.n. Lv............ Jaoks nville. rimes-Union on Saturday "John qulte.IU, o 11 SR'S I Sips ..."_.......Oak' lllll....._.,...,..1.,' 2 aMi 8 40,l lH 1:2 J
laymnrt visitor i la slowly Improving. c= 11 les S lope Ar..............UtimvUlu.........._.. Lv 1 6_ OOAM .
was a to Crescent .
(15 cents Mr. and Mm. Ernest L. Mathis of Mrs. wife of the M. E. fI) l1i AM ............... ........ .:.". lIv "11 uriAu' o M... _.. OO>Io4
last City on the Fourth, but finding Morris O ... e ore. ni M.... r.y.r... ...........Hnnfunllltiuvllla. .}Ar a KM II tutu. 1:2 -
Alabama arrived here week on a timings too quiet. returned to Como" pastor here, received a telegram DestroysHairGerms fI) rt-r S...... Lv..........__ : ...............Ar 1 AMI a'ou.. .
visit to Mrs. Math!.' parents, Mr. stating that her husband was InjuredIn ... 0 11 Blot 8-MPM" ..._.,........Uoooa........_.......1.1 1 tips. II 2'J. CD'I.... ...... .
where It there .. .. ...... .... .... .
supposed lit"
was more tbe wreck near Biinforcl. "She left 12 86. SitbeM .. .KOGkltKlKtiw .. 1 tIps a ..- ,.;
Lound's Drug I and Mrs. Howard Matlils.W. excltem..nt.V..ll. at and found him '. .... 1 Odds 4 :211PM'! .-.......? K.u Oallle ..._....,... ]ri I'JPH 1 4.,. .... ... ,
the slap at Crescent once, quite badly O F \olOI 115.. 4 9'.... _..._JolbollrDe._......... 1-J8J' 1 B7AK$
.ore H. Cohen Is erecting n two City was deserved. The mer- injured, but' not seriously. Ha Is rI: : 1 80.. lips ...........tiobii.llan._,......... I I 475, 12 bins P_ CD I
Crescent City, F tory frame dwelling on hi. lot In unable to be moved at present. The .4 .;;C I 41W1 8M ...,_....St. Lucia.............. 10 toot 12 CUMNII '

1 ear of Preston's store. It Is to be chants and citizens. generally ac. sympathy of the people are extendedto o C4 : so.05.15. : sips bPM' ::::::::::::::.Fort.,.'l'i1ball lMfrcoH."...::...'..,:::::: :: 1O 10 5OAM Stint 11 CU'M 20PM Z.L4 7J ::'

""","er knowledge It, but say- its the last them. QJ s IIM 041""" .._........lOk-n.........!........ 10 llAH 11 1r>PMUOdPM
quite a large house. The frame work time they will ever le.t the day James '1'. of Recent discoveries have shown QJ S 4e" 41pM" ...........JoiiKen.H............... 10 01111" 0.
pass Long Huntington who I ao'M 8 511PM ...._......I4ttliti I.................. 10 00AMn 10 "... <
last week. od
.. was erected without some kind of a celebration.The has been supplying time Oomoltea that falling hair is caused by "" &) 10' 7 tIps: "..n..llubo oun............... .". 8"AN 10 :9IIPMtootw. < ;
with meat for the past few 4 87' 7 411PM .......Weit Jupiter\ ........... 0 20AH847AU ;
""wv Lloyd Preston entertained quite a Fourth Is one day la the year yean, germs at the roots of the hair. 'I-S ..., 5 14AN 8 16Pto1 ...M rat 1'alm lleach.......... .. e eioM CI1
he
of his friends witha when all the ha. sold out to his brother, as In- a 485. S 41p. .. ............... JJoynton.U ............... S ?!AM 0 OIPM 0 __
large party young of the Therefore
M. H READ people peninsula ends moving to Daytona and open- to stop falling hair 'QJ 'QJ s 8''. a hops ...,._._.......>. socIal dance at his parents' homeon should unite In a picnic, and Crescent Ing a meat market there. We wish must first completely destroy '4-I '++-4-4 e 48" 04'.' .. ...._.Fort Laiidurdalo. ,........ 0 727.. 7 r SOPS 'IJ
him In his you +- 6 sits e 4tpM ...._....... .1 J>itlila .,.........." 7 KlAU 7 r 4IIM'' ('P'
OI the evening of the Fourth. City should offer the spot and success new home.A Hair = = 7 cope ss'. ilallnudiiie. 7 OIIAM .
REAL ESTATE. its people should take the Initiative. party of Comoltea attended the these (germs. Ayer's """ """ SlAM IX liPs;: :: :::::::::::: \ :::::::::::::: :: 844AKUSAAM 7 7 OHOMSOUPM tAp.I 1:2
Mrs. J. W. Miller, Miss Abbljean Vigor new improved formula 7 ttus. 10 SU Ar..."_._....... I..ml..H..I.. 1 ('D
and Master a few days social dance at Pomona on the 4th. 00AM ...._... Lv ............LMMUml................tAr .......... tot I
Crescent City, Fla. George spent WELAKA NEWS NOTES.Mrs. A Jolly good time was spent. In spite will certainly do. this. Then 10 BOA. ............ ty ..........,.}(ontieat..u.n....... ...... 13WVM
his week at their Ban Mateo place. of the Inclement weather.
leave the rest to nature.: (Deiiy.xaoptSuaday. ,

The Howe Master George took his gun along S. L. Haseldon and children The Baptists have bought a new Doe not change tha color 011 she fiatr.

and expected to do some hunting.Mrs. have gone on a visit of a month to rope' for thoir bell and It was rung .
cent HIU"-Is < Tampa. for the first time In many years on TormuU wlthjiMb ...... :; ; nA"PORT JlRANCU 1 :;; ;
ket. J. L. Burton and Miss Jessie the 4th of July.Epworth .h..I.to your I III
property"creS-1 leave next week Wednesday for W. M. Williams has returned from A dootogAik onvlrI5-i
Particular / will League meeting was hold 9 SoPs 5PMIIa-2 v..Jecluonvllio..Ar AM43 'TSlii.e taps.
the Manltee river section, where acksonvllle.Mrs. InM. E. church Sunday evening led gersRecent hi'-b.IJ'; It.thn .. V kew6 62Pg15 mww2 Otteel 10 OttO,Lv..bo, Jnck.onvilla..ArS 52ea 82, 12 bil'vd 52pca 01.'... '
Crescent City < do M he *>; 10 a-si lInuS 5tW52 4(54th 10 SlAM Li..Fabioiipach..Are louis otu 12 Iwot 10PM 5 41001 "
with me. they go for an extended visit with .. E. S. Green and Miss Bertha by> Alfred Yeardley. There was not Ii) 8bps? 20P55 &'PMI 4rpMi, 20 445 Lv.Atiantio lieaoh.ArS bVM7 55, 24 lMsS trips, s 8LPNS !
and Mrs. arable. forrlson visited Palatka during the my services held in the church ow- discoveries have also proved that 10 Strip? daMS mcs.M3 OOPMj1I OOAMAr............ Mayport..Lvd P4MM? 401 12 tu..a tops awe i

M Mr. Clay week.H. lug to the serious accident to the dandruff' i is caused by germs on the scalp.

Marshal Harper found a dead E. Wuld has returned from a pastor. Therefore to cure dandruff the flrsl thingto PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS'AT MUM'-.: '

horse III Lake Stella last week which visit to Palatka.L. do Is to completely destroy these dundrulf I
burled. It Is DENVER DOINGS. germs. Here,the same Ayer's Hair Clou Connection Made st Miami with. Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company. ;
4h. :I out and
Sporxcex: : he hauled
J. McLeod left on Monday foratm Vigor will give tho same splendid results.
thought the old horse the property extended Palatka .. ... 1 KEY WEST AND HAVANA. .
i business trip to -lUd*ty: 'b'J O.A"* Co. towell.III -
I. C. K. Currle and family left us last
Dentist. of William Ryan, a colored man, and other points. 'I
Thursday to the gnneral regret of At His Word. Trains Discharge Passenger_ at Ship's.Side. No Transfers. ,
-- I died while In the Wilier.I Mrs. H. E. Wald entertained tbe the; community. They will reside Many postofflce names are queer

once at Roaldenoa on 1'roBpaot Street. I has sold out his stock whist club at her home on Oak street for some time at Harwood, FII,. to make desire Theta. Time Table flholfthe ttmei at ivhlch trains may ba "expected to arrive at and dpttart
Frank Long enough
last one an explanation 1\0m..ev.r..l.t.U..n bm their arrival nr dciemlur| at the times stated I. not guaranteed
Crescent City, Florida. 1 of confections and his soda water and Thursday. The rains so badly needed In this of them. Sometimes the explanation nor le thbi. Company to bu hold reiponalblofbrauy ooluya or any oonveiiuoncea arlalog tnarefrom. 4 I

Ice fixtures to his brother, E. S. Ureen went down to Palatka section, have been coming In plenty is queerer than the name Itself A -
: cream LOCWl.
For Copy of the TIME CARD Other Information
or
Monday. during the past week
minister In
Cass county wrote to
StJohn. -who will"go from
Rlvrby Daylight James T. Long ; .
to Daytona to engage Inuslnes8. Miss Nettle Holler attended the J. A. MeCaukoll.one of our leading\ Washington In behalf of the resident. "SEE TilE TICKET AGENT."

The Beach & Miller Line Huntington dance at Frultland school house Sat- orange growers, has been pushing the Of a growing hamlet, asking that a J. D. RAMMER, Asst. Uen'I Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE. FL -
) urday. work In his groves lately and they poHtoinco be added to Its institutions. :

Steamer CRESCENT. I Dawes, leave are looking well. .
Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Smith of Pomona was in town The request was favorably received -

Leave Jacksonville TtiMdayn.TliuriHlayatntl todtfor a stay of several days In during the week. Darling Varnes" has the "brag" and he was asked to suggest a nnme
siitunlaya 'at 890 n. m. for Ur en OOT, that would be acceptable to hiti neighbors
field of III this section.
Pulutka acksonvllle, going and coming by corn
Urenoeul City and principal Way The Welaka social club will hold a JAMESTOWN 'EXPOSITION
lie replied that they not
LiuiIn Ret1IrIneieav.eOreoentait:: : on WedneaOay the Steamer Crescent. And by the business meeting Tuesday to elect Sam Varnes has been Caking aJwantage to the were .
hard please so long as name was
.. Vrhlays' and Monrtujaat a. m.Jackwnvllla makes a pleasant rectors.( of the rn.lny seaiion to setOut
: way, this trip very __________ peculiar. The postofHce departmenttook
wbarf footol Laura Street plenty of sweet potato vines.S. .
Tolophone)! outing for anybody. Alt Tits WORLD him at his word and "Peculiar" Rates From Palatka.
holu, wnarf fOOtOC Lemon .r..... .
S. Braddock Is now enclosing a ,
of the Is the of the otllce to this .
Rev. J. O. Dorward pastor name day.-
knows: that Dullard's Snow Liniment large pasture for ibis beef cattle. He ,
Presbyterian church left on Wed has no superior for Xhematlam. Still xpects to furnish the people of this Kansas. City Star.SHORT Season tickets $35.85 sold dally. Coach Excursions $15.15 sold end.

A. B.TORREY.Undertaker esdny of this week for a visit of two Joints Outs Bpralus Lumbago'and all enlnaulu. a large proportion of Ita B'1L. Tuesday and Friday limited 10 cluys, not Brood In parlor or sleeping oars ,
TALKS
months with friends In New Eng- ulns. Buy It, try It and you will always beef this year. a Sixty dRY tickets ':'IJ.GOsold dally. Fifteen day tickets 24.20, sold dally. '
use It.Any body who bas used
and Embalmer. land. The church always allows Its allard's Snow Liniment Is a living H. O. Elks la now plea "ntly set- T. COOPER. Coast Line "Norfolk '
Flyer"No.
pastor a vacation during\ July and proof of what It does. All we ask of.. tIed near here. '.
Full line of Caskets and CoMas Is to get. a trial bottle. Price 2Go, I .
you DEBILITY. ----- -. -- -- -- -
August. Extraordinary effects are produced ---- --
Telephone bOo, and tl.OU.) Sold by Aokerman-Stew- -_ ;" ; -- -_-- i'kJ1: "No. m ;

CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA The regular Sunday sohool and Julor &r(Drug Co. by the accumulation of small 1m puleo.. I.v Pulntkit.. 1118" H / l.v Norfolk . 11 K) p 14 2 n tAr
Endeavor meetings will be held Jnlllel -set n heavy pendulum In motion Many people who talk to me say "} JilikHf) >nvllut'V 7 !Ho>u T u'-1" [ Ar Juckoomviiln. ) 11tI! p I \I) It)a
- by tho well timed puffs of hit feel half sick allthe time. I dont just JurkMimvlUoAr i anon:: 1 7 Lv ,,. VIII". l.Ulp) ii ::5, ,
--- this and the POMONA NEWS.J. Morfolk I : : :
each Sunday during ireath. Ellioot set one clock going by know what's) the ----- --- -- -T80i-->-. -it | -Ar--Pnliitka.. -- --4 Kip-- it MIt -
but there will be no -- ----- ------ -- - --- -- -- -
Crescent Co. coming month, the ticks of another even when the i matter with me.
Transfer
City D. Weyth departed Monday for 1
reaching service except as visiting two clocks were separated by a wall.- I This la general

Meets all. trains at Oiesornt City JunO .clergymen may supply the pulpit of ilsas.his i usual, and expects vacation to In return Cambridge in about John T7'1dall. I I debility.common. It's People very Quickest Time Double Daily Service ;

the Presbyterian church during the three month TBB S.MILH I who get in this
.
tlon.
Night trains .
by appointment. The only line operating Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars and Pullman :
vacation of the pastor. I 41 shape have my
8. U. LABBEE Manager.W. J. B. Crosby and family spent sevral hat won't come off appears on baby'alace I sympathy. They Standard Buffet' Sleeping car Trains 83 and &i carry Pullman Standard
day. In Georgia this week. after bottlo of White's Cream leaping Cars between Port nnd Norfolk I
Rev. Father Barry of St. Monicasathollochuroh one I i arn't sick: enough Tampa ;land trains 8U and 89 carry S
vlsl- Mrs.. W. S. MIddleton expecta to Vermifuge the great worm medicine. I for bed so they Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Norfolk. I
Palatka, was a
B.'SHOTWELL leave shortly for Aastell Georgia; Why not keep that smile on baby' face ii___ drag around and
tor to the town last Friday and Satrday. to try to regain her health at the 1 If f you keep this medicine on hand,you ii 'nI their families Atlantic Coast Line I

Builds Row Boats, On the morning Saturday famous 1.ithlaSpring. of that place. will never see anything else hut smiles !L get exasperated __ '
._
__.. _
I on his face. Mrs H.-. Blackwell .
Repairs boats, buggies and make. all Father Harry celebrated mass at C. W. Shinto arrived In town Fri. with them Illustrated
Okla. writes: Write for folders '.
containing hotel
kinds 1 There map descriptive matter
two
ot wood work repair. at his shop present nearly all from the west, and will spend a awe DADS are
which there were day
lurear of hi. "My baby was peevish and fretful. causes for this lists, etc. For reservations or information address any ticket agent of the '
MEAT MARKET. the Catholic families In this section couple of weeks here before taking Would not eat and I feared he would condition bad habits and a weak: AHantio Coast Line or FRANK U, BOYLHTON, Jacksonville.
Orescent I
City. Fla. of all who his family to>> Missouri for the sum dto. I used a bottle. of bite's Cream
that
It Is their hope and stomach. bad habits I mean eating
sot Satisfactory prloes. work guaranteed at mod. have met this pleasant pal tor, that mer. Vermifuge and he has not bad a sick Irregularly By and too fast and not chew. W. J. CRAIG P. T. !M. T. C. WHITE, U. P. A. '.

frequent visits Favorable reports have been re- day since. Sold by Aokerman-Stewart Ing the food thoroughly. The atom General Offices s Wilmington, N. O. (

he will make more calved of Dr. Jr. Learnard who Is re- Drug Co.hemnll'. ____________ ach gives out and loss of appetite ..

here. covering from his accident of a few lag. trout ana wUlteOsn are billlousness, constipation, and general ---- -- ,
HELP
IS OFFERED the afternoon of the Fourth week ago. He Is at the home of his removed< from Lake Superior at the debility result. Firat get the stomach

TO Late on ecn, George Learnard, In Jaokson- ate of about 0000.000 pounds In shape and then be more careful in 11
WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE well dressed man reach- annu How to Make Oil of Swallows.
young, llle. the future and the worn out, despondent
w.. ally. The herring Education Mail ;
comprise fully 79 by
.mUr; NqDt.n Tounamrsons.. .no matterih.i worn the valued specifics of a bygone
completely will Among
with sick be
how n half feeling a thing
limited th'r."I"' ed town to Mr. and Mrs. James T.
; I "at education who' whit' to Born per cent of this quantity, the trout .
?'" a thorough: bualneaatralnlnc and good po.loSei out horse attached to a buggy Long at the residence of B.L. Eames. of the past. ego was oil of swallows. lu the 1pn IrerSo borne.._"'..........,.........__ U
20
per cent while the remaining 6 _. .. ...........
to
b percent litlu 0Ui out motylns Boukanep. I
flrrtnul" tOIl ""r wrest h.I'-.... driven Two bottles of Cooper's New Discovery "<:'Ollllt"... of Kent's Choice Mnnunl"(1QT 1)st. ..
,
had evidently Saturday, "son. Congratulations hot AtthnMAo. Aiohin ( IUDAIO.(An.
r Sur.Thd.D.i.tOnreilid fortune The young man is composed chiefly of wblteflsh.M. .- :.1.'l.:;:
". probable will put the stomach In shape. tIte following curious own. tjiacoora jjjo ,
<1) there nre
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, .uaranteeU.. Bon't delay.. WrIM today. the horse a great distance and 1 hard., are extended. A.. Carvsr In Sports AfleIsL1MIcAf Common sense will do the rest. Thereare LoU",. _. Ta.a"", T...... ti, c0it. T.w' .
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> Ga..M.iiiin.... CoO.... Macon. Ca "inirectlous for making It: "Take one 0O MJitMl to peas MiKiiiliuulotia. M rout of ettooMa,
He[ placed the horse In CApt. La- Miss Emma L. Olmstead spent avery fifty thousand people In this handful of mother thyme, of lavender Clrouluti 0... Addraaa I. I. BIHU. ralatta, lie.Administrator's .

Bree's stable and a little )later, took enjoyable Fourth Crescent '- country who know this to be true be- and leaves oC each ;,.
cotton strawberry -- -- --- -- -- -
City. came they've tried it,
Medical the north bound train. The horse letter alike four swallows feathers and all Notice.
Department Here's a from one of them
Ethel L. Smith Is home from
Ttilano lay down as soon an unhitched, Miss several months' term of school "I was. all run down from overwork. together: well bruised, three ounces of Notice la hereby glvAn to all p rsons ha>,-
University of Lou Iodl"l n. groaning and evidently badly used her toat ambition and energy and could .allot oil, beat the herbs and the swalows hut ultitniH aKnltiHt: the entitle of John A.

bIb!*! !'v..n'nK.. for prnotloHl Instruction careful treatment on Capt.Laflree's teaching; near St. Augustine.Mr. jG1CCII not .Ieep. It was. difficult for me to I feathers and all altogether, until! Oernionil,wltbln to uroiMmt the memo to me for: ml
! In ni"P>,, but by t JiiHtuiunt the time I prflHorllteil liy law
: Inliornlorlm anil nbuu lnnt up
< of Batsuina 'v-'i
Lee W. Smith
hraitai' and Mri. tI OtO attend to my work owing to that tired- be small that can see no .or thlit notIce will IM tn her of
....... fliRtoploic .r.. liii qunll.<.l. Krea part wits all right the next tn\ t1eCI&I1.. they: so you : pleaded payment
? v"".to 1"<( JJri'ut Oharlty IIos. were guests of relatives here .l tA.... I I ont eelinjr. secured two bottles of feathers Hum put In time oil and< stir thBreof. Ant all ixtmons Inilnliced to
Pilul WIth' i "M) 'Iwl' i"'rwjloO iiatlKtita an"uhJrreJ21t'S.ll da7. Nothing has duOs been heard over the Fourth. a"d the New. Discovery medicine and determined .- ....ti estate will please make Immediate. payment
II I .ti1'the tC5tehtmeaestrOls them well nnd seeth. them Inn .
together of same to
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!! a' given ? who brought the to It. The result delighted me.J. ,
.... 'Iuk. T". hoot .0..1. of[ the young man F. O. Hunt of Salt Spring. was In 11.\\) try posnct and strain them through a N. BLAOKWKIX. ,
KI" O..h". t\\. for renewed and Administrator. EHtate!: Joha; A. OermiiiMt,
Si I. ICY 17. Fur uII'"lnKu" 11..1 Saturday evening me strength
iii III11L101l..lrU.. .. orsehi>ro, but on town Sunday enroute tn( Pennsyl- 1! canvas cloth and so keep it for your deVBitaed.. a-14-Ot .
\ PR.U..M.Ie..e ftrBct\Ca\\ the and with the fint
It. I). Mr. hs to his fam- Slalf vigor energy came
1k.uiii' p. ..we. >>011. NSW: OttLItAN5 Frank Oautler got a letter from yenta, where goes Join sa"e use" '
LdIJSIANA; ; frotU few( doses. It a effect was different
raynor, the liveryman at DeLand ly for the summer.CHEEBFDM.I ftlcI.\O bat coo.eeroad.., from anything I had ever taken. I 'V ANTED-orl1.af.un, either sex -

asking him to look out for a horse \ 1'1 ago..et'roug tie finished the two bottles now and feel on ( ) and expense -

Notice: to Creditors and Others.Roil0. wnloll() he had let to two young men BXGOMHBMDID. roKBEUMATISM. I ,0do \"OKt.beoee more0ta"P wetland, strong again." B. McJJide, Executor's Notice. for an up-to-dateAsoclatlon, .
\ Mich. paying weekly Rick and cold..nt
f b.t'ou.t\1\: 839 Dlx Ave.. Detroit.
? ilttTOiy' given to the creditors, who said they wanted
.
lc Fourth
the \
on Danville. Ills. writes \\"I".P10\ Notluo ta htmihr given thnt six 1 monthsaftttr eiirHts and furnUblnK free medical
.ihri.1.1""tr"'utoe"'l""l all pomoim h"v- O. O. Jllgbee: \erottotctlo _
itie;. or ........ tile 1.t"I. .to "take short. drive." Mr. butler Deo. !2, 19DI :: "About two years -so I tbe We hear favorable of these iliite: hereof, to ffi.rrtanrtSS7W.5.Brnl reports ,
O""Ph A. II 4 liMO, Ti on 0iitur of thi luwt
, lorlll.. .. hIt'Mtiir. theist" .. (*"lhftw nformed Capt. LnBroo who 1111 111 ed- was. laid up for four months with rheu- .- ,txte OIS COIV'I famous medicines every day Ask:na will I:;I nml toMtiimunt:, : ,'r J. r I). ITsliiH:Ui>ei>niHHl: will hu mix In with pro.lucers .
to" ." telegraphed the DeLand llvryman matl ID. I tried Ballard'a Snow Llnl- u. about them. will l( lti..n.y Iliiiil\ iifooiiiit Mini voutht! .a. of buslnpsa.. AmericanA Sick
, Ail all |"Mlr""" Indubtnl to anl. Rstnte : lately bottle cured me. I SI$ I(10" I\ .- "ui
"II."to,'%i "K/ ...'.to"mk..p y....n'0111C who afterward sent for evidently thaI mont I oan;lObe cheerfully recommend It to all Ackerman-Stewart Drug .1 to uilti S. ellaolmrHttil of Putnnui. from Uouuty Hn., ftirtluir Ft.rkie.! ..ntlnitnltituition end| so.,.It- N. Y... _. ftaa14Chamberlain's _
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This Mityiitb.n A. I)., ion?. iorsi". The young men were suffer ing front like aOllctlon. 880, Boo ; ... of th' OKtnln of ...10\ J. l>. nmnn.ANTONJO --

EooutrI: 0' th..la.MARY' Wilt ituti MKHSMER.: TMStams' I anxious to get out of the and tl.OO. Bold! by Aokerman-Stewart Company. July tst. its?. \UBINA, Executor!: nm Cough Remedy

01 Joi.i. ...snwr, .-e_. l-M-aw ountrr and cover their traoki. Drug Go Curse CcIW1o c&gQpU14 WbZopiag gongS.4vV'oI .





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The Palatka News It Is understood that the petition AN ORDINANCE
r calling for a "wet or dry" election
will be presented td the county con An Ordinance to provide for the appointment Beautiful line of
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I I. missloners at the August meeting, 1 In of .. City Engineer and to
which event the election will be call- prescribe his duties Skirts and '. --

: $ City r Igapneatngs; and ed by the first of October. lie It ordained by the Mayor and city \

Personal 1 mention. $ W. M. Curry the well-kuown Louts council of tile city of Palatka]: Shirt Waistsat I
$
i on street shoe dealer bas rented a Section 1 There shall be appointed

.........."' '''''. house at Orandln for tbe summer by the City Council of the City of Palat- greatly reduced .1"
Miss Helen Tilghman Is risking at and Mrs. Curry and the children ka, whenever. In their Judgment it maybe .
there last Mr.
moved out Saturday.
ti the last day h Cedar Keys. Curry will build 1\ neat. two-story Engineer deemed who necessary shall, give a competent bond In Civil the prices.
Mrs. Frank Smith and the childrenare home at the corner of Madison and
sum of two thousand and five hundred
Summer
sojourning at the Daytona beach. First streets this summer.
i't t2.500.00)( )dollars, with some approved
t: Lloyd Preston of Crescent City The Putnam County Farmer's Co- Surety, Company, for the faithful discharge .
spent Sunday Iu the city with friends operative Association will meet at of such duties as may be required Dress Goods
] of the Mrs. Wyllle, wife of the rector of (j rand In tomorrow. The visitor at his hands.

t I St. Marks, left last week for News will talk In the school house and Section 2. Such: City Engineer shall, going at very low -
York. then they will eat and have a good
+ subject to the direction or approval of The
patternsare
visit. The editor the News wishes prices.
t 1 t: Miss:Maude Kennerly has returned the City Council of the City of Palatka,, $
ho was, a fanner sometimes, and the '
from visit of two weeks
to \
1 r lieucb.a Daytona present Is one of those times. mark and establish the grades ol any especially pretty ( .
streets which In tho judgment of the
c I Big Sale Duncan Bolmnnan the turpentine I'rof.Valden.. the magician, ex said City Council may bo deemed necessary and will please you
visitor In the to leave Palatkn on. the 15th streets, to survey
operator waa a city; r.ects ; tore-survey any '
G
Wednesday. for Connnaut, Ohio, where hetak..s and re-establish the corners of any I ican SAVE you ; v

of part In the Chautauqua workat and all streets that may be necessary or
Mrs. C 8.! Heyers Punta
Capt. : that place. He will then make a money on every
required to establish such grades as '"
3orda Is here on a visit to her sinter, ; ,
tour of Ohio Indians Pennsylvania, tie required for the paving of make. '-
Mrs. E. M. Karnest. may any purchase you "r "
V at the Maryland and West Virginia: under street or streets, to fix the grade for
Dr.V.. A. Brewster and E. S. the management of the Interstate .. :
sidewalks, and to superlnte the layIng -
Green two Welakuns, Miss Hattie H. fluky :
prominent ChautauqulloAllianoe.v of all pavements. and sidewalks, also
were iu the city Monday.C. On Wednesday evening of last to establish such grades for street sewerage -
8. Uowen. secretary of the week Mrs. W. Walton entertained water-malua or drain-pipes as Fancy Dry Coodi and Notions,
vi Preeton-Miller Company, Cresceu a large party of young people In may oonduoe to the beet interests of the Ladle Furnishings.Ladies ''.
i New Store. City spent Wednesday in Falatkn. honor of !MUses Deaderlck and RubInson City at largo; to superintend the flushing : TIES
/ ofi\ (lOrlmido, who are the of city sewers; to superintend and
=: I/o S. C. Warner and family have guests of Miss !Susie: Lee Walton look after all seweiage and water connections -' $3 55 C:>> and $3
gone to Utica, N. Y., for the sum On Friday evening Mrs. Jno. N. ; to take charge of. manage .

E Iner Walton also gave a reception to the and operate the water-plant of the City'

Make this last Mr. and Mr. Roan Varnes are same young ladles. of Palatka; to employ such laborers as I
.pending a few days at Atlantic' John Mallem the well-known fruit may be necessary as directed by the
a Uench, Jacksonville and St. Augustine dealer next to the postollloe contemplates City Council to operAto said water- Fine ,
I day aBanner 'a" | : going into the laundry bust l- plant and to assist In the carrying out 9C)
"" ness with a heathen Chinee In which of these duties; to contract with per-
The Misses Edith and Helene
event 'Chinaman will do the sons for the sale and distribution of Skirts. -
E Day. O'Har... are vlsltlns Mrs.J. J. Hen
i washing the back room and Mai water fromfinld water plant as may be ?
' nesses. (j, lea! will take In the money. Mal prescribed by the City Council, or !laws I have added to my
a You may never 5 J. Almou Itosenberjf left this lem has his eye on a celestial whom and ordinances of said City; to keep a ( stock a very complete] and! I
f morning for Atlanta, where he will he has known many years and with correct reword of all hydrants: and services handsome line ofLadies'
such spend two months pursuing his art whom he expects to form a partner- and of all persons taking water from
w get anopportunity nearly always light apparelAnd 10
n ;' studies. ship. Palatka has a Chinese laundry said plant; to collect money for said ( Fine Skirts FINE apparel u

Clarence Myer has to Miami now but the new combination city for the salo or use of water and to ii wilh shoes. Every "Qyeen Quality" Shoe is
w for ; gone would have all the business It could turn over to tbe City Treasurer of the
Wool and White intended will
where he haa secured position on both iu t as lialit as the service for which it it permit.A .
do. City of Palatka on or before the tenth (
such rare the extension.East. Const Railway's Key Wes Okechumkee tribe of the Improved of each nnd every month, all moneys wash "goods. The Wools woman's shoo should be light in weight and flexible to
M collected by him for said city to keepa come in Black and Colors r
Order of Red Men In this city notlongalnce ;
foot enable her walk in graceful
manner.
the to ,
Mayor Wilson has apppointed Jus correct set of books which shall at all 1m to an easy
divided Its members Into and are of summer\ weight
Values again. jj j E E.S ties C3 I. Rowton as acting munici- sides, each side to do Its utmost to times be subject to Inspection by the goods.'
pal Judge, to sit In the absence of lather in new members. The tribe City Council, or any member thereof, or This is one of the especial charms that has made "Queen

i Judge Uulhoun. hits increased rapidly tinder the any other jarson duly authorized by Our elegant array of Qu lily" Shoes so popular. They combine lightness with

Mr.. Alice"Key ser of Punta Oordn stimulus of this friendly rivalry but said City Council; to make requisitionon and Summer We ask the favor of fitting with of the
one
only
said Spring strength.
f only one aide could win. Last night Council from time to time for m you
who has beet on a visit of severalweeks
.S j;: On Monday to her daughter, Mrs. E,, M. the tribe members and their families all necessary.. fuel and material to keep > Millinery many fashionable and! beautiful Oxfords we have on display,
Earnest, left last week for lIar home gathered at the hall and. ale Ice said plant In operation and to repair
a we will cream and other refreshments at the and keep In operation said plant; and should] be bo
I Miss Minnie Elsermaii of St. Au- expense of the losing ride in the con to perform .all other duties that.. may be seen to ap-
.1 gnstlne, who has been the guest the tent. There were some speeches anda proscribed by the said City Council. preciated.Miss .
inaugurate a = put two weeks of Miss Violet Mer general social time with rejoicing Section 3. It shall be the duty of the r Iffil I
M win, expects to return home Monday at the prosperity of the local tribe. said Engineer to carefully Inspect all I Kate Lucas, Agent

! regularCut b e J. T. Barnett foreman of the \Vil1I ---.-.. public and private sanitary sewerage as

son Cypress C'o machine shops, has A July Wedding.The well as all public storm water seweragenow Palatka., Fla. )
price on all i4 purchased the residence on Hive marrlago of M! r, Marvin Martin constructed or hereafter to be constructed IWW :
: jl w street, next to the home of W. P. and Miss Fay Mooney, daughter of within the limits of the
) Merriam. Mr. and Mrs. R. ,S.,; Mooney, Is announced City of falatka. Ho shall have the supervision t1
Summer ; over and be Inspector of all I'
y for Wednesday evening
The mills of the Wilson Cypress Work for
private connections with the public Everybody.
the :24th inst at St. James Methodist -
this have
I 4.e4 company In city been sewerage and he shall be required to After
Goods. closed down this week for repair church. At the conclusion of If It's Quality Your'e :
see that all as herein referred
the there will be a short sewerage
4 and overhauling. It Is the annual ceremony R*mi>mbor
I to shall be laid and constructed In accordance
after which the bridal }
reception
Many of these w custom of the company. couple will leave for a brier wedding with ordinances pertaining The Sinicer'StfwIiig Machine WANTED ; J
w Rev. Kirchner of Fernandlna will thereto no shall also be required to Not only for tumltty,hut for up-to-

.. bold EnRlsli services at the residence trln.Mir Martin ,Is the local agent! of the perform each and all the duties that are date been oonHtruotlim In the l lead the fur yeiim MINOR-iil"'u bee). J f VAN II Dl L A WANTED ; 1
p will be closed i.. of F. A. Uerber on Sunday July lat G S &. F. Railway, and a young Imposed upon and required of a "Hunlta-' Just a little better thiui the rtf..t. ; ;

54 10:1)0 a. m.. with confirmation and man who stands high In the e llmn- ry Sewerage Inspector, by means ot the *The hie It SINGER you inn POHWMH' not know vantages, but we f?' 3 D WANTED. '
out at celebration of the Lord's Hupper. All lion of our business men. The bride ordinance entitled "An Ordinance regulating will: be pleuneU to show you-bweuime, i
I Invited. Is the second daughter of Mr. and the eanltary connections with the we are in the sewing; ntnehlnohod.1 @)""
Florrld Miss R. S. of this city, and system of sewerage within the City of ness and we know tt from top to but 3
Mrs. It. F. and Lillian !Mrs.\ Mooney ,
h..llu.o..e...ukoou Inv. at It.
| 25 to 50 I p Florrid have Just returned from a visIt Is an attractive and popular youn Palatka" and dolinlng the rnles to cov- torn TheBINtiKH.may be wen at nu the.en : THE KENNERLY' HARDWARE CO. *
!.. to Dowlfnir. Park, where they lady who has very many sincere admirers er plumbing thereunder and shall be tabllHhmunt of E O.KAHI-H, ,417 r.ntu- ,
required to assume all the responsibilities on street, PnhiLkn, Pit* ,Alu wilt |ho i
percentreduction. I IS were present at the marrlnfta of their! in Palatka ; sell DEALERS
| planned to.show yiukitrm you ne-
w niece Miss Lola Cherry to Mr. T. It and be subject to the same penalty coaling to your ItoCkot"uukJAnl : I
1y4.. Stroud.Mr. A Thursday HalfHoliday.The therein dellnod. -or CREDIT.I I IfardwareStoves. Plows, Cultivator* Water i'
!
o-4 and Mrs. F. J. Fearuslde, Miss merchants of Palatka have Section 4. Such Engineer shall l make ..W.Jackson salesman. *. Coll"cH>r Cooler, Ice Cream Frcc/.cru, Aireuta& for ]

... Gene Fvnrnsldo and Master Frank generally agreed to close their bus!- a full and complete report to the City] I Galnei ille. Florida ; l IMu.uet Implements Oliver -'
All Summer I!. will leave the latter part of the ness places on Thursday afternoon Council on or before the second meetIng :f71 Chlllcil I'lowf Atkliix Saws Etc.,
,4 month for the White mountains, of each week dining the remainder ot said Council of etch' and every ,. ''
Goods must !? where they 2'ill spend the balance ofF of the summer season. The objectof mouth as follows: W] ;;,::1 Palatl a, Florida: J
go l the summer. the agreement l Is to give the clerk. 1st. Amount of money collected end
F VI1pay\ FOUR CENTS, SPOT CASH, for all the,
!" a mid-week opportunity to do something from what sources; 1i>>
Mrs. C. I. Rnwton is in Jackson
For the Beat Ice Cream
ville on a visit to ber son, W. H. besides taking in money for 2d. Amount of expenses Incurred ( clean. WEU.-CUKKD V.t..NILL.tb.y. can net ))4
!
cheat r. Rowron. Judge How ton expects tto their employers. and for what purposes; and Cold Drinks, and will continue tobuy and pay cash for It throughthe
wv Bargains !Ii t ( there this week and will later KO This U a kind thing for the merchants 3d. Number of cords of wood, tons RememberGINN'S. entire suinircr. 'j'
to do. But it is hardly a sac of coal, or barrols of oil consumed ;
Pablo Beach
every day.Inspect !I. other for a nearby rest to beach resort. or some rlllce. Most of them are ns eager for 4th. Number of gallons of water Tiring your Vanilla and get the CASII. -i
k a mid-week breathing spell as are pumped ; \Vo want nothing but First Quality Vanilla.
W i I... The ofllclal board of St. Jame their employes. Cth Number ot water services con jFwixlsK
i itj 1., Methodist church are undecided as And It l Is thought as nearly all are nected, and numbers of same ,
our !";4 to whether they will add a second going to close, the people will limit titti. Number of water services disconnected Finest Fruit Flavors.. THE 1
.. story to the cburch parsonage, or their purchases In the morning or and numbers of same;
pot build an entirely new one-they will the next day and that the cash drawers 7th. Nuiuberof water services In use; Candles of all Kinds. :
goods and do or the other. Hardware Co. j
I.. one will not suiter. .i 8th. Number of sewer connections Kennerly:
to Dr. VCin.: O. Fuller, a graduate It's a good thing all 'round. authorized aud approved.Also Cigars, Tobaccos.uccceccroccetcrcu ,
jg comparequality i l Chiropodist will bunt the Arllngto The closing! starts from next Thure be shall recapitulate the monthly 1m Palatka Florida.
M"" Hotel on Wednesday's of each week. day, the IHIh lust. reports und make a full and complete I9l .J J.JW
and I Iif from 8:80. : ( a. m. to tJ p. in. and will On that. day there will be a game ot report of same to the City Council at l! 3 t I l m. .
a4 cure corns, bUllions Ingrowing toe base ball between the Pnlatka and Its first meeting In April of each year. -- "imw.mlA.L l ;;; ; ,. 1i&e 1 t _
I: nails and other foot troubles. Gainesville clubs. It will be a Section C. Such City Engineer may u u c

w prices and we I p Hon. Frank Harris the veteran good game and should be well pat- be employed bv the City Council at anytime l

H editor of the Ucala Banner and one ronized.On his services may be needed and. Let us know tiu :JI'.1v., :; : :
your : ;1Fai la1lf"gflprlgfiir.ir::BG7C\ :::JgffiRlSrd112fiG941C1a!!; :: : dCkj
| are sure of I w of the prospective candidates for' the following Thursday after for such length of time as may be considered u
k governor spent a few hours In FH!- noon, the 2oth; there will be a game best! by said City Council y ; ijAi
I Htku. route to den4 between tho Pnlatka .and St. Augustine 10. # ..
trade. i4 on Monday en / And upon failure of such Engineer to
"fie your .I r breeze where his family has u cottage clubs, and other games will lol faithfully, discharge any of his duties, GroceryWants tu Yj''roe :

= on the beach. low. he may be discharged, by said City 10.U \V. 19"} '"
H II III !< E. Noble Calhoun cull Thursday afternoons will be a time time see lit. 10.
Judge was Council, at any they may .
ed to Pensitcola this l week to defend for recreation In Pulatka. the balance And for the services ol such Engineer 10.t : ) our'H O U seand MI

st 4 a man charged! with assault and Intent of the summer. the City Council shall. pay .a. monthly t: :: ......... n: I oIG II!
.. murder. Associated with Let 'er go, Gnlllgher. be determined hereafter u 10. ::l .-.
to salary to !: :tilL":1t: .
I The. I II him In the case are Messrs. Blount Mrs. Willard's Shower Pushed la open Council tills 2td u and we will be pleased to ru I ->..-,.... :...--Com1) et M"c
.. &" Blount the most successful ;
among day of July A. I>. 1'.107.hOWELL l ..
furnish with the best ,
the social eventsof .
attorneys of the state. One of prettiest you -.l'- *
& % *
w Governor N. B. Ilroward has up the year was the variety shower [ A. DAVIS t u: goods obtainable at surprisingly i. '"0 ......"" ..... .CS&lJ..;.;.. *r --rf-* ....;,

pointed R. Raymond Price of this given by :Mrs. A. S. Wlllard on Wednesday Attest: President City CouncilJ. ) h
i.4 s city to be county surveyor. The afternoon of last week In lion N. DL.CKWELL.fScIIII I low prices.None :;j "j you can take. whole year to pay the bill. Only a small
_ k commission Is dated on the 9th instant ar of Miss Fay Mooney whoso marriage but First-class goods Ii J payment required at the time of purchase and the balance. in A
to Mr. :Marvin :Martin has been Clerk
City
.
Mr. Price If
was recently graduated -
find! shelf "here. We small weekly or monthly to suit convenience flMy
I announced for next Wednesday the 2nd 1907. room Ij payments your
: as a surveyor by a leading correspondence Approved. July ,
Earnest ;. school of Chicago.The : 24th Mrs.Inst.Wlllard was Assisted In re- F. H. WILSON. Mayor. 1:: want to convince you of this, t! = great success is due largely to the fact that. I guarantee M


p ,: the In a ball game Seville parkVedn..aday with baseball the Pnlatka club afternoon engaged team atC ceivlugbyMrs.;Miss Fay Mooney.The R.. S. Mooney and The Wonderful Edison g S or so,pome phone and your sea for order yourself in to, !:oJS :! Everything as Represented or Money Refunded. =

decorations were of the patriotic d Y WITr 1 ( Lemon St.
C20:
: quite a large crowd being present Speck No. 84 and it will receive h
order and In keeping with the Phonograph 1:: J. H. Yelverton Jr.
the visitors outclassed *
i4 were clearly
In all features of tbell.'ame. the home Fourth of July Idea. The tables on Offer prompt and careful atten .
fj ::! : J
the lawn" were decorated with flags. :=: :
: teRm winning by a score of 15 to 4. and cooling I refreshments were served .gGt "., T E.m. .;p { "Iam' f' 3g'yawl.D@31 '' : :

i : cab Min Ky IatherlneVlnfree, arrived In the city of Pa Tues-tin- in Many dnlntycup"beautiful of red and white appropriate and blue. [j tion.Free delivery. ::1::1u -- -n_ -._ _-_-_.._-_- ____._

Conipanyw day and will remain over Sunday as !rifts were presented to the bride-to-
the guest of 1lIo.Iolet Mervtln be, and each gift was accompanied Stale
t: : Miss Wlnfree spent several weeks Iu by a verse, most of them being delightfully L.C.Stephens Institutions for Higher Education.
htlatka' two winters ago and mademanv witty. .
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warm friends, all of whom are = -: =- -
t pleased to see her again: Homes Nearing Completion.Chief t u: Grocer O-th -

M Palatka's New E Mies lIable! Livingston of Gainesville of Police P, M Hagan's new P t u Kirby and Morris Streets 10. University! Florida State 1-- Florida Female Collegeor
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... iIot was a visitor In Palatka this seven room residence on Seventh : -
: t I week the guest of her uncle and aunt street, between Lemon and Orange !oJf I Tallahassee, Florida.
... :Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Livingston. Miss street, will be ready for occupancy f Palatka Florida. u: CinliieBvlllo Florida. _
t Livingston expects to visit her uncle, about the lirsr,.of August. The houses klJ College tor'Women, without a
and Up-to-Date 'Thus.V.. Ralph. In St. Augustine of frame, two stories high; and will ana na,ateccrcrrerc 'JB hlgh-zra'Jrt institution for 7 nun g parallel the South, embracing
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before returning home. contain seven rooms besides wide An offer oMn to any reaponalble Party meu,offering Literary,Solnctlflo, EnCollpg"of Liberal Art, a School for
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;:: J: Hick man Collins came up from IHIIII'oom. on both floors and a com- I would Ilk. to put an Edition rhwnuffnkpha : '' !Ktnoerlna.( Agricultural and l'edagollTellohera, School of Industrial "Arts
.. ... ;W.--X-.IK.-M.m-HKuX l lK3f.-JK.-K'm:
emends lluiii And to !ical Courana.Utrong .
ever
=: ;: :Miami last week and will remain. In nodious bath room. The front porch .IKJu.lhle| purl 1 will Mltlp. a a-annln city Edl-- a school ot line arU. Including piano
Pnlatka indefinitely. His healtli la spacious. It will make a most deIrable > eonm'huaugr.paon4 II hours Sires Trlnl. nt i Faculty; well equipped lab. pipe oran! violin, voice oulturn elocution -
E Dry Goods walt not good 1 at Miami while ic Is residence 'ou'o.... lioiuw-no money down 110* C).4> I II Dr.V/illiam G. Fuller ratorlea; tborough tnatniotlon. both and Physical Culture.
always exuberant Palatka. Mr. C. II, Wlgg, sanitary inspector Is I >."-ruturnahle. An endlessvarmetyorOeaalneLrdI.on nfc fuy, xpt
Collins will spend his time waiting building about the same Kind of a IU>.( .:, .. rand, lee your order, glw Chiropodist PI vision and discipline; blgti moral departments.
r1M on his old friends at Herbert Crook's 'house on the next lot north and this Phonograph trlnl.and If uttlafnctory mend tone. Tuition free Charges for !special I I
cash or tMiy' for l It on easy monthly tmii. ., Graduate of Belmont School a No tuition charges to Florida a
= tore. too Is rapidly nearing completion. : etu- Instruction In Fine Arts reduced to
14.00 1'feK MONTH or more and at fttrluty of 711 St.Bustun .
Chiropody Boyleton
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Store One of the prettiest games of bns iotli these city olrlclal are to be con- I rnvli-toottoni. prlceil. KAllltnitMr,you pay M ? Other ezpenaes very low. minimum. New buildings< In count
M baH seen on the Palatka diamond gratulated on getting such comfor- u. nothing unlenit .HtlHfh>il 1 aft.r free trial.Prltvx aH' f For catalogue and Information, ad of conafruotloD.! Write for catalogue.
table homes. : Killnon; Gen Stow: tJJW down and Corns, Bunions Ingrowing k dress
7 a In'ninth/ many. und a day Daytona wee that teams between Thursday tile- $S.UU, : down'm:: : ,\\b'pta, I;:: month.Htaiiftard Edison f UR ; Nails, Vlbrousfrrowth, Dropped id ANDREW SLEIJI, A. A. JIURPHKEE,

t M1Y afternoon, score 4 to 2 In favor For A City Hospital. f loniii ,,hear a/.'" down ran haw per moutli.dl Arch and all ailments! of the J Prc! 1 .
: on ate each. foot treated M -
human i
by painlessmethod. .
Palatka.. until the last
w of Up Inning Progressive members of the Palata -
t: Herryday CHAS. <<. ROWTON. Palatka. Fla. --- ---
the game was n tie, I 2 and 2. The : Board of Trade have determtnado y
Daytona boys are all gentlemanly move for the establishment a KiltMon Plionotfrapb Distributor I Arlington hotel Pnlatku, .
4 fellows and play good,clean ball. City Hospital. Wednesdays bg0 a m to 6 p m. MfALATKA See our flagnlficent line of

The Kupperbusch restaurant It There Is already a fund of '$.701) on Uiir cut on Summer\ Goods atE"rnest's. JCdglSf glYt'tJr 1f7Rv' 1JEIati:
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Block gain In the hands. of Chas. Kupper band us.at a social nucleus.musical This and fund literary originated .. High-Grade Furniture Carpets
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lush, the man who has made Puatka -
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entertalnmeuts given at the Putnam ::--
to: famous In all of the

\ to: country" as "the place parts for a square been louse lying years Idle.ago.The This board fund trade has '\ -== :E\t.tn.c.zc.. :: : :Pharmacy: == Hugs Lamps and Crockery.
meal. Mr. Kupporbujch bought the
interests of James.. & Varnes, who will take up the matter and dolts FLORIDA.
Palatka Fla. The l>rlc ,
utmost to the ': are RIGHT
secure hospital. ,
lave been managing the place for Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries -1
.. lie past year, and, has Installed Rob. Argo Red Salmon readily adapts 1\ _

r> err James. The a* business manager.of this Mr. famous Varnesetlrss. Itself, luncheon to the requirements, dinner or of supper breakfast /I I PRESCRIPTIONS Patents.CAREFULLY COMPOUNDLD.risen CAPT. M. R. RYAN HOUSEFURN/SNER1. !

'- ; restaurant 1 I. !greater .than ever be- and gives seasonable variety to every [ OAKDIX" &D. agate UtUorT Steamship J FALATKA FLORIDA.Saturday .
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