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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: August 16, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. .
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PALATICA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907. .. '1. Per Year.

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Tv4 J. DAVIS_ LATE STATE NEWS.

As"in the Best it is, But This- County Commissioners Have

Graduate Most Foul. Strange ant) Decided to Bridge! The St,

Two Great Suit I IOffeieci ) Optician Unprovoked.Manuel Tho citizens of Wauchula will Johns at Palatka. -

i soon vote at an election to provide
of Kansas CitjMisaouri Thomas a negro 32 year 16.000 for the building of a new As Intimated In this paper lait
old .
and his sou Wilbur, six year school house. week, the board of county commissioners
old, were murdered and (Cyru at a session last Thursday afternoon
h' ) Floyd an old negro was wounded, I In Goo. K. Bennett principal of the panned a resolution In favor .

and who has been in Florida for the home of the latter at Oakvtlln., a Miami high nchoul, has resigned to of building a bridge across/ tho St. .
negro\ settlement eight miles down accept presidency of a college at Johns river. 4
4 last four years/ will be at the the river, about o'clock Wednesday Gate City Va. The board will meet at :a. o'clock '

ARLINGTON HOTEL morning. And the house in which this afternoon and listen to proposition
The boy of both the
messenger
Opportunities they lived wns riddled with bullets
Western Union and Postal Telegraph ,*. Thore are several bridge
i' one week, Aug. 20th to 27th and this evidently for a purpose. Companies at Tampa h have gone out building firms represented here today .
invites a call. Eye Tested Free. News of this double tragedy wa on a sympathetic strike. by special agents and It is
Glasses cure headache due to brought to the city early In the forenoon likely there will be several proposi- .
. eyestrain of Wednesday, and Sheriff Thomas H. Wallls, one of the tions.
or defective vision. Satisfaction Howell together with Justice C. I. most popular traveling salesman In It Is the purpose of the commissioners 1'

\ I or no pay. Kowtou went to the scene. where the state residing at Ocala Is deadof to build the bridge from

: by our References : Rev 8. \V. Lawler, Judge Rowton held an Inquest. appendicitis at the Odd Fellows what Is known as Hogeye Point on Y
P. E., E. C. Dist. ; Mrs. A. J. From the testimony the Jury ret sanitarium Gainesville s the west side and about one-mile
dored a verdict charging J. K. am Judge Thomas C Hall of Fernan- below the East Coast Hallway i.
Canova-Mr.
F.
S. Mr.
I Green A. Ellis Gllsson,as principals and An
dma judge of Nassau county court bridge to East Palatka. The riverat
M. Haughtou Palatka; Dr. Frank lei Glisson and Ed Cary, colored and and commander of the Nassau campof I this point, as has just been determined

Summer MoRa! Harry Jackson, Mel\ rose ; others to the Jury unknown, accesaorles Confederate Veterans, died !Sunday by County Surveyor K. .

Clean Up Sale. Mrs. W. N. Sheats, Gainesville ; to the murder. morning at his home In Fernan Raymond I'lloe, la 3,187' feet wide.
the
The testimony at Inquest show.
dina. Mr. Price has also
he surveyeda
i iThe
A, K. says
Meigs, ex-Supt. A. C. L. ed that the above principals and accessories road from the
to
Hastings place
shops, Sanford W. Conrad went to the home of Cyrus Esoambm county cotam lesion.
iT.; where proposed bridge will touch
will
era meet today.to canvass petitions
cashier Citizens Bank, S. L. A. Floyd about\ o'clock Manuel Tuesday nigh containing .about 1,200 names the East Pall Uta shore, and that ,
and demanded that Thomn
There are but two prices: Clonta. ex-mayor Lakeland ; Dr. make Immediate settlement of It asking for a wet or dry election in with this bridge and 'v new road

O.II. Smith, Mrs. B. M. Bean, store account of&20.40. He must pay Ksoambla: county, which will prob. completed Palatka will be but a
6 from the settle-
PRICE NO. I.-Your matron Arcadia them then and there or be arrested. ably bo called by October 1st trifle over miles
choice of any suit in the house for $15. ] Baptist Orphanage, ment of Hastings.
John has been nominated I.
One white Langford
Prof. J. L. Boone young man Impersonate
; high It Is said that the bridge\ can be

PRICE NO. 2.-Your choice of any suit In a lot of 350 suits for $10 School, LeesburgV/ ; V. Clark, an, ofllcer.George Thomas Thomas, who sent for lives his about father county in for the the primary otllce of sheriff in Bradford made built for UO.OUU, and that the bridge

Pres. U. A. Bank of Commerce, a mile away, and he came to the vacant by the death of sheriff J. P.Sennett. building company will give the

Tho Suits to go at $15 formerly sold at $18 to *30. Kansas City ; Gov. W. E, Stanleyof Floyd house and guaranteed the ao Mr. Lnngfoid Is 85 yeaisof county It. The 12 county years in commissioners which to pay believe for- it

count That seemed to the age and before held office.
satisfy never
t The Suits to go at $10 formerly sold at $15. tfi Kansas. crowd, and It Is said they went awny James Laughlln\ a. rich Plttsburg not Increase they can taxes.build the bridge and ."
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The old man Thomas. says that steel manufacturer( who has a. winter Is already
That the proposed bridge -
A Every Suit in this great sale was made for this season and all embody The Wonderful Edison about o'clock in the morning he lomo at HP 11 wood, a little town in a source of worry to St.Augustine to .

feature in heard the popping of guns and at Grange county. has. it is reported. Is found In the following article ,
every style now vogue. They were made by America's Finest Special daylight he went back to the Floyd ought:; the entire town and Is going taken from the EvenIng: Record \

TlI.ilorA-Hchloss Bros and A.TJ. Kirschbaum & Co.-and are Absolutely the -! Phonograph Offer house where no found his son and to modernize It :Mr. Laughlln has of that place:

Finest Summer Suits ever* tailored for the ready.to.wear trade. The grandson lying on dead the floor and old wounded.man Floyd The e-chrlstened the place Bydonie. "Another staggering blow has been .' "
The fine country home of J. M dealt this city, by which the tradeof
stock is big now and the early customer Gets the first. Grab. ''f' '' ; murdered father and son had been
"" : Hallo 12 miles west of Gainesville, Hastings\ will probably be lost to
shot In the head and death must
I was burned to the ground! Tuesday the merchants here. Putnam county ,
have been Instantaneous. The old
,1 morning. So also was his barn andotner has. decided! to build! a bridge! ""t
mnn Floyd was not badly wounded. ;
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outhouses, together 100 bushels across tile 1st. JOhnS river irom rnlatka : -
The house was lltemlly riddled of corn, J5. lKJ) of oats and to within
pounds bring Hastings easy
The Sale Will Open -p with bullets Sheriff Howell says 8 5 bales of hay, together\ with other roach of that city. The news was "
and cartridge shells could be
scooped
by the handful feed and forage.The brought here by the returning excursionists \

I up The testimony showed that the eLand Record says that Waiter last evening. They learned
Hawkins representing\ fruit from some of the business men there
GlissoiTj and the men with then
MONDAY AUGUST 19th were drinking and had whisky with association, purchased 8CIH boxes that the county commissioners of
them. of oranges\ from Lake Helen grow Putnam county held. meeting yeaterclny ..,

The murdered and wounded negl'owere ers. The pried wan if 1115 on the trees afternoon and awarded tIle .,
ono report gives It, and another Is contract for a bridge to cost $10,1X10.
well behaved and industrious
and continue until 15th. During this same period we will also and are given a !good character by hat the fruit Is delivered from the The matter had been under consideration
'1'':: have TWO PRICES An offer to groves\ to the packing house at that for some time and the commissioners
reaporiHlble
a PANTS SAL An elegant line of separate opim nny Porty. the people,': In the vicinity of their backed by the business .
price.
I wonldllk to put u Killftnn Phonograph home. l'he little boy had never had
trousers at Unheard of Bargains. 200 pairs at $1.50 per leg, and one .In every frlurldu Horn**. Ami to itnv rupoimtmi time to commit any very serious of- George L. Kleeberger a young Interests of the county come to the
) I will F..II-
pony Mltlp H Kwnulne that the would be
other: big lot at $2.00 per leg. These pants formerly sold at from $3 to $8 per Ion Phuiioffriti on 48 lioUr 1H.rt.. Trial, Itt ense. He was but six years of age. man 11)) years out of work and daffy conclusion well spent and would money be rapidly repaId -
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YOU own hUlllo-n. tlowni no"C. O Palatka relfglon( to
niontty The Ollsaon boys were in on given writing poetry,
pair. Come while the stock is complete-that means come early. b-tUI'III.blo..t. my uxpttnnu, If not fmtlanotory. Wednesday, but the. last soon of them om mi I ted suloldo by shooting hlni- by the trade I it will deflect from
An end
lean of
variety U imlne FUI-
r son RuooidH.: ,14011(1! mo your, oulnr: : give they were leaving the city In a rig a self through\ the heart at ,Pensaco- tit. Augustine to the nearer city..
We are sole agents in Palatka for the famous Moleproof Hosiery.We honotfrnplt n t"I<.I.) and If SIL tin Factory solid little after 2 o'clock. At that time la boarding house lust Tuesday The fact that nothing has been don
null or tiny for U on monthly ti rm., hero to reach this rich section added
: UHHV the sheriff wag at the sceno of the nornlng. The boy was. .also an author -
sell it under this I'4.00 PElt
MONTIIOr mornuiul lit Htlloty
guarantee: zest to the movement and the Pa .
rock-bottom prlcum. .lluiu"'*tlilwrf you piiyn murder and nothing was known oft having written n pamphlet; entitled -
U tmthltiK' unluMH MUtlHfltMl aftitr trial tilal.) In the, city. "Why I left tile Catholic laU We Guarantee that these six pairs of lloleproof Sox or Stockings will too Prices i month.KdlHon] Ooin |l I iI.Oi<:); >; $*.*igSO,: clown and:: ?ilr.Howell states that the evidence Church" In which ho severely arraigns by the Indifference of Bt.
Kdltion
13 need no darning for six months. If they should, we agree to replace them by lo.::60 down per and *:J6t) per:: month.Htiuiduul, iOiIso l.ixiu J against Ansel Ullsson is very Inadequate those of that religion.A Johns"Formontlis county. rumors have been rife
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}Tome e">.1.1.00': / duwllllmle.\JI'\ i i>i>r month. and the impression prevails :
new ones, upon surrender of tho purchase ticket with the worn pair and one ] EdloolRocord..\leo uuuh.GHAS. ,. that a mistake has, been made In i from dispatch Tallahassee to the on Times-Union Wednesday, to make the elfect that effort Palatka would the

coupon, provided they are returned to us within six months from date of sale E. ROWTON. Palatka Fla. connecting him with the allalr. He i says: "Arrangements have been trade u of superb Hastings. to RecognUlng capture

to the wearer. Edition Phonograph Distributor. came in the city yesterday morningand made by which the 'Iorld..etate geological what tho loss would mean to tit. Au- I,
j gave himself up but was reliiis- will
survey co-operate during
--- the Business Men's League
gustine \
ed on a $200 bond.
007-08 with the national geological 1
This Guarantee( I Is nmdR with the distinct understanding, that all the hose In each box ] A Man's The Ulisson boys are mnrrled JIve urvey In the Florida work. A report vainly attempted to arouse the com i

must be worn by one person 0n1.%. Therefore each Jot must consist of one size. House at Bostwlck, and are sons of J.V.. will be prepared during the munity to connect Hastings hard surface with
fl St. Augustine by a
We also solo for Brotherhood Overalls and the Gllsaon, one of tho best known men your on I he general geology of the road. The public know the result of
are Peters .
of the
agents Is His CastleIt county and there are hearditinny tnte.> Information will also be ob- this effort. Palatka Is but half as

celebrated Sweet-Orr Overalls, acknowledged to be the finest made in .J!: expressions- of sympathy for ulned for a report on the underground far from Hastings as St. Auguntiiia

America. ilm.The WItter supply. The national Is, but the river heretofore was a
crime and all the It
[E misery survey has allotted for this work
should be fortified; protected barrier to the farmers. This will
will entail can be traced direct to
1,000.) The
cooperative work on the S
with good paint. Ten houses now be removed by the construction
are -
B Remember the Dates of this Big Sale. ] burnt up by nlo v decay, from not WHISKY: p..t of the state survey will begin at of the bridge and it In safe to assume
once. The parties from tho national
that the trade will to the nearest
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Will
be Enlarged.The urvpy are expected to reach Florida "
I and most convenient market.
that ii deotroycd b?fire. And itCOBt.
yet inter in the
Earnest Company, Palatka'slg fall. The work of the The Converse Bridge company la !
but lirtli
to kerp a house wellpainted.
> dry store Is to be enlarged state survey will be directed moreespecially here its Mr. VValoott with
goods \ by agent, ;
] if the ii 'lit kind of
paint to the of the under-
by the addltllion of the store room study plans and specifications for a pro- ."
It uiej. Tho beat painter I in the. !. ground water sUlply.INTERLACHEN. "
next east now occupied by U. J proposed bridge and several other
Fearnside ClothingCompany world cannot do a good Job with MObley, the grocer. Mri. Mobley will firms will be allowed the privilege

; poor paint but give a good pahiterPATTON'S take; one of the other vacant stores ITEMS.Mr. by the Converse company, of bidding

III the Merryday block, and ns soon on these plans.A .
as he has moved out of his present and Mrs. Edwin Brewer left: delegation from the Palatka <

quarters an archway will be opened on Friday for San Antonia, Texas, i board of trade, some 25 strong and

thus connecting it with the present their goods having been shipped made up of some of the leading business .,
I IPalatka large double store of the Earnest. several days previous. We shall men of this city will attend tho (
p ? OIPAINTZ Company.'l'he lilies them gl'elltly.Ir.! Brewer has meeting today and bring all the

added store room will bo occupied put up two nice building for Chas. moral pressure possible on the board ,
by the Earnest Company with 0.big Francis' a bungalow and a store to close the bridge\ deal today. '
4 stock of Indies ready-to-wear ulldlng-and has made himself almost S
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1rid. -
(oods and also by Its new dressmaking Indlspenslble to the town-
department which will ben while Mrs. Brewer as president of A Novel Suit Sale.
and you will surely get a job that charge\ of an up-to-date moduste. the V.I. S.. Asst. Supt. of the Congregational "1.
2 will look well and wenr well. Ilffh class dresses will be made to Sunday school and! memberof The Fearnslde Clothing Company
They are economical paints became order In the most approved fashion the social club will be more than will begin a really novel two price S

they covcr so much more and there Is no doubt of the Imme- ilssed-but the ties of father, suit sale beginning with next Monday
$$ surface. and wear so much longer dillte and permanent popularity of mother and five sisters kept calling and continuing until September S

than ordinary paints. They are thll new departure on the part of Mrs. Brewer-and so we can but wish 15th. It Is the company's regular
sold by reputable retailer whose thA popular Earnest Company. theft every Joy .and happiness in summer clean-up offering, and the

buslneus existence depends upon Mr. Earnest states. that his busl- their far away home In Texas.We sale includes everything in way of
the conttnuvd patronage ot satis ness Is making rapid strides to the high grade clothing made by such
r.==JLUJ JZ7.u fed Color Card wish to make two corrections
customer Get rout and manufacturers ns Schloss:> Bros and
that tills Is
even though In
previous "I1emll"-the first we
SALE and Information foinAkerflll81eohf A. n. Klrschbaum & Co.
nDJPml FOR the dull part of the store
summer tried to put: the onus of shame on
By two Is meant that the ,
has had a fine and steady business. the county for the handsome birdcage prices
Peerless Thia store la fulfilling a long felt purchaser has his choice of these ,
t: --- Dub CO. we have In the town hallwilltake .. SHe
want In the dry goods trade. of Pa- It back I and admit that our own two options: .. I
latka-that of supplying a line of own, beloved can have his pink of any suit. .
our citIzens
own dearly
p Improved and Unimproved Land Palatka Florida.. high class goods that ladies have did It. The second our mistaken In the house for $15,-or he can have '
Process of of lot of BOO
his choice
hitherto been obliged: to send< away the omission anti a typographical any one a S
fi for. Their newest venture Is but error In a change of letter suits for *10. ''
In lioth City and County. ", r"m"rmm"mrm"", ", another effort In the same direction to the name of our new It. 11.referlng spur- The suits to go at $15 Include all

fia Artificial I I -- _-- E and will meet with the same intstnntuccess. we dubbed It. the F. W. and I-while the suits made to sell at from $18 to
FIRE 11! It came out T. W. and I. It should be $:0. S. S
Stone Walls E the F. W. 'V. & I. The (10 suits formerly sold from '.
next.
fire "
Iiuuroyour property
Strunz against == Turned Him Loose.Dr. $15 down.

Copings and Steps t Henry E H. Finley Tucker, ::: Alfred Abahlsr, an elderly Misses Hattie Fraser and May Then there will be a two price S

\ == Insurance.Op. === resident Welaku, wan tried before Blanche Redding attended the Bap- pants sale. There will be 200 pairs "

for Pal atka. Florida := .Oourt House P..I"IkO. Pin. == Judge M. I. Coxe yesterday afternoon fist picnic at Holllster Saturday sold at the rate of ".60 per leg and '
Cemetery ia i for the malicious and wanton Mr. Redding driving them there be- another lot to be sold at *:U per teg

I a ij ._ .0. ------ ----------------- == Real Estate Bargain. === : tiling\ of a hog belonging to a negro hlud his flue pair, 5 miles In 80 mln- which gives you the choice of any
Work d j == No.4.-Ton-r000l.C..Lory> liounet == nRmed Nelson. It was a jury trial. i ites, whloli is going sonig ns we all pair that formerly sold at from $3 to
cornet lot tI5z1i.ulioap 'for ouaii., -wSo. M was shown that Dr. Abshler know on our sandy roads. $5 per pair.
Water Vaults .Iilleo == .Two-story house on the -== probably killed the hog-In fnct he I M. U. Kill The company also offers all Its remaining '
Tight heights. Just fur enough nut of wants to sell out his
] Call and examine E town to save .:liv tux, *)**. Water == admitted technical guilt-but It was drug and wall paper business so as stock of Panama and straw S
a = oftiiiioutlntiM Htiocl "",lIIlr. Lot ::: also shown that there was nothing to devote his entire time to his hats at real bargain prices. S.
specialty. PVBLICCIi Cft fiotjoo. Thin I uroimrty iniiMt 1m sold malicious These bargains are going to begrahb..tt
E iiultik, no will Httll I Ht n hiirwitn:, :: about It. and I that he was chicken ranch.
anxious to Nelson what quick, and you should remember '
purtc'iuti un For prices or estimates CorrespondsHOWARD' ::: =_== three disinterested neighbors said lIon. D. M. Corthell and wife have the days-August 19th be .
Piquard'sHandPainted No. U.-S story ito",..., 11 room, he ought to Nelson refused to receIved from their son, Dr. Merritt Sept.' 15th.. S
apply to ::: bewlthm, 'laundry room iiimtry' ::: pay. orthell) of Chicago "horse- All theWothlng made '
a new for
Witi'Yo! i7 == 01.....,oto. Aiimtx with it i lco Iwil === settle In that way and Insisted on arosecutlon. was this
room., Burn ,nnd oiUhoiiHOii.. Lot > Judge K. Noble Calhoun ess carriage" bicycle action SIngle season's sale' and embodies every
G. or 0. PETRE tfhix' 'MXI' ft. Fruit truHd Oil pliu>... represented the defendant and wheel In front and two wheels style feature now In vogue.
::: !Mont d mtmhleiornUtyoiiHi'lKlil :::: with carriage seat behind a
novelty
,/ nude an eloquent and logical
== Coo bti iMiuKlit Ht Imlf It. vuluo. === plea
wATcnr No.Two-story hot,,. with' D ror his client. The Jury was out lie( here-And being greatly enjoyed. The Palatka baseball club will go
Palatka, l Ja. = cool,i.on PoUitkii Heltfltu: fl-4mlltt == minutes and returned a verdict ofnot Alaric Berklemann and wife of Paatka to Gainesville on Thursday of next S
''It is tc1IfisTpleasureuTknowtKil' from P.t). H I blocks! from Moldttn'ifHutory week to in a with
engage j game the
ccur
China. := : In goni! repair, nntli and == guilty. are j guests of their
rJ2rnm2mrmrrrn parenbi Oak Halls_of that
place. Two
Newer ,I'oiintu'tlon >H> nuniH funued HAD AN AWFUL TIME ( eorge Berklemanu and games
J A I ==. land all eqtilpitifMitM iieofNHary. for ::::: Mannvllle, and Capt. Wash. Ander- have been played between' these '
Li U have the turn to1Mhe brooding' uiid rntHtnic olil'konH, clubs this season and the honors
right
:'you := Ounurmovud from city, HO will: i == But Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and SOIl and wife of this place. The am
second but II bfx l aell' on lllwritl torniMulther even.. game of next Thursday
Shoes uimh or
Free! 'lib/I/ end".El.6eenI := part ash and 1 Inivl.In luntallnitMitH: : : == Dlarrhoo Remedy Cured Him. Misses Townsend and Gillette and will be decisive and the result will
SMITH No.ft.-5 aaren of frnood Innd. WO Master. Kd.: Gillette were dinner be watched with Interest '
I := == It Is with
tUlII"J be I hint pleasure that I give you
: i' orange tr (ylHldud I (in 0 UOXHI guests of Mrs. D. M. Corthell on
To J0 := yu r>,9-titorv hourttt, ov rlaoklii8 == thlll unsolioltet testimonial. About a
every child born in Putnam ''Howar \ I imtlfurcltwr-witt' Inkuln Umii year ago when I hud. .a severe case of Monday. Remedy For Diarrhoea Never Knownto
County luring the year 1007 that Wtch( := of Keukti only f i.tuo." == measles I got caught out In a hard rain CummIngs McNeil of the Rod. Fail.'I .

i U brought to my utore before two 1j in eirii iM3. UU lJUmmmmmmmml''; and the meaalvs Battled In my stomach man Lumber Company stopped at want to sar a. few Words for Cham-

months old, I will five its first sE 1.)0"1' The Jeweler and bowels I had an awful time and the Lake View looking over timber bnrlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
,
pair ( \ lad It not bonn for the use of Chamberalns distrIct owned by them, Bomedy. I have used thia preparation SIn
of shoe ABSOLUTELY );3r: fjaJ \ If you want window and doorframe Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy family for the five
my past
The social club met with years and
FREE.' Mrs. J.
1335to luG s, turned or scroll work
1
ice I could
.8 not have
possibly lived but have recommended It to
T. Jenkins at the Browne House a. number of
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.-. ...' .. a.o.--- .'-..- Palatka FifOck.. a tow hours longer. but thanks to this taking up the' reading Conlston." people In York county and have never
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am well .
I known full
William I M c. ,," ., strong It to to effect. our In any
._' 1 unamoeruin*1. 1. 's Colic. Chotonl .aIlella. have written th" above through simple Mrs. Mattie Vanlnndlngham of Inctanoe. I feel that I can not say too

Se.r.d for fcop 'o ) Buy U now.Diun-ho It Reuwdy.....U(.. gratitude and I shall always speak II Cnmpvllle wa. the guest' of h.r much for the best remedy of the kluit In
may
The Man With Shoes ELBERT HUBBARD book Fla. .. Rood word for this r m Uy,-SAM n. brother, J. H. Wylie. On her return the world.--. JI.m', Spring drove.
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W.ArCH: B.s, ----- - -- GweN, Concord 0.... For salt by Acker. oDieiha was accompanied by Ulnae York County, Pa. This reiuwly Is for

Palatka, Flrida J 01'en\t\!:110\ d.. AftD_ -'V..n.o.....:4;;I" ,Subvorlba for the Palatka. N.w.. manliitswa"Drul Co ruia and Winnie Wyllo sal by AcllerlDlUI-Stawar Drug Co.THH .




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YES. TIME TO QUIT Agree With Don't Do It*- NOflCEOFECTION.Trduuie j i. l } : i i B :: .

The friends of R. Hudson Burr are
For Howe time past there has waged! I urging him not to make th.. race for : urn herebytVOlibhflt: it,. ':muur4 In of pnrvulAilt"to (tuil:,it S: "" ,r 1
.
State Editors untillu.
i What t are Saying ru iurSIOr
between the editor of fJ:
controversy governor. It Is terminally ili will ill? uloniIesioin'is.. In.inl to r l'IILnll' t 0,0,1'. Work for Everybody.
.
PalatkaNewe end his business ou tho friends of Mr. Burr thut lie Is Florlue, at ...Io.k" to .utji O..IIOy A. J).. 1151 iiOt.
I .., 7Ih tmsyofAlif15L.
the
sufficient calihro to HU thegumbernuitou'iil H. oil
not of :
the editor of the Tlnies-Her Mil .I..t\oo. \ wIU be hold la '.tll.O QoitiltS .
Who Would Change It.- chair.V> agree with Florida ou the
I Air. Burr's friends.-.Feriinmllna Hutu DAY OK BBPTBMBICK: ,A. B..IIW. WANTED

; That point controversy where a has sensible now reached public The criticizing letter: of the ax-Governor now ('State pension Fleming -Record.----- _ _- totltwlde Liquoru:: ,. Wines whtherttie or hirer cute.liiill!: ofl"toxl',1V.be pretut! 1. t

hall boch..nlHd .,,101 Oounty. And the 0110\\1011 miaiiwduerons AN III I A WANTED
that It III V
interest-If indeed It ever had law and insistIng The Cause of Many .......:by said Board!. uppolll' to.peOtorS '
exclude veterans .
<> tog to and Clol'kO or ettiOtiofisspeeu&v b'
who I.live. no I1..IId. of State iisslstance bold aid oo"duct ..1.1 electIon In the WANTED
: Argument has given place to bil- has resuLted In much hi'iitnl Sudden Deaths. ., .. Prwlncta In lulu uounty,. to-wll ;

\'" and reason has sucoumc controversy, pro amid" ODD, and has. There is n disease. prevailing In tills 'I. For lllitrlut No. 1. W.oo\\'l.
,J.
reached the point wtlpn some of Fred Amlonmn.W.O. Norton
pension.Tu now I the country most dangerous because sodeceptie. oa, and U. I.. Olmmberlln ul rk.For THE KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.
the old 80ldior are challenging ''J'' Many sudden
what extent the editor of the Dlntrlct No.S. ,
records of those on tlie-oiher .
war 11' dentils. caused
Is culpable the public, or at Ida o( I be Issue. All of which by It-heart are disease .- H.J.K.F.Onuiuiy,,"urll./,oli-i/). M.,'k.Angler,O.J.Tuekcr.nnd DRALERSINllurilwunu.

[ that part of It reading both proven that dupiN l I gray hairs and pneumonia, For pint rlrt No.8.K. Stove Plows, Cultivator, Water (

la best able to Judge. He bald head, we are all but children 'I heart failure or B. WrIght' H< B. f tuOve.James Un I... J r.. Coolern Ice Cream Freezers Agents for
of a larger, growth and when we Ret npoplexyareolten nnd J. Mu,. S. i1arlelirk.For ;I i..
i not profess Innocence of In- Plummet Implements) Oliver
an ridiculously
excited we sometimes dray ;_ i I the result of kidney DIstrict No. 1.
to show up his colleague In bad from the point at Issue. [I disease.. If n.n. Bryant W. M. Wllllnms, I.. J. Me- Chilled I'lows. Atkins' Saws Etc., :

in so far." one legislative act Meanwhile. where In the gentlemanwith I kidney trouble is Luoil' mid A. <>. Hlacork.clurk. r ,
concerned. But In the nerve to go before the people ,,. $ .5. alloweultoadvance'i For DUtrli't No. /It.I JaJ.a.tla.. .FJ.or1: la., .'

and so doinghe a. a candidate for oflloe on a .. -' the kl. f tninnhrrry:, U. B. Knyljoii W. M.,elurk.Pnlinor, John Will pay FOUR CFTNTS, SPOT CASH for all the t.
finally emphatically to platform. which calls for a change\ In ed blood will attack Kuir _
: ert that he has stated nothing but the present law that will make it ...ppllc"bl" the vital causing catarrh. of For DlHtrlrt No 8. clean \V1-I.I.-CUKKI VANILLA tlicy cnn Bet

liat he then end now believes to be only to veterans who really the bladder or organs the kidneys themselves and C'. (W.I. Mltldli'ton.K. llohlu:rlurk.J. 1>, Ilnanent, T. A. (I'XI. and will continue to buy and pay onsli for It through ;'1

truth. need the pension? H.'lInot in eight break down cud waste away cell by cell. For tumuutrirl No.1 the entire IiUnllr Cr [."

Further, the editor of the :News and he won't beV-Live Oak Demo- Bladder troubles almost always result A. Klnu.O. vcmueiulaioh.(4AemifreY, liming your Vunlllu mul got the CASH. t;,
!
crat. from a derangement\ of the kidneys and aJ O.W.('7;n,clerk
: .. that up to the present time he n cure Is obtained quickest by a proper For nimrlct No.R. We want iiotlilng l>ut First Quality Vanilla. t

written no word that could not SIgo Myer's LeuaentSigo treatment of the kldne)... If you are feeling K. W. Kil, W. F. RoHBro,
make mistake by aiOt J lie. A.('t.Iy;; ; clu'ik.p'oi l .
have Savannah whiskey badly you can no
been spoken before a Myers, a THE
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I taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the blKtrlut No.IHJulluaMunnn
of gentlemen In public debate of dealer the, In steeped of the gloom Georgia because prohibition great kidney liver and bladder remedy. R. 8. KrownliiK J. U. ling- :'\

[t In true that there have been pub- law passage and, penetrating the future It corrects inability to hold urine and ituiauid J.U.Uoulil l. clerk 'Kennerly Hardware Co.
for plHtrlol No. 10.
; In theao columns caustic sen with prophetic eye, ha sees multiform scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes Wllklmon, ,
8. J. Merwln. r F Tenny. Go<>
under which a sensitive man disaster lying In wait for tho that unpleasant necessity of being and K. r. Hukbard, Clark.
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to often through the day, Palatka. Florida. {
compelled
reckless and misguided> common go For l>l.trlcXo., 11.J. .
smart, and the editor feels
I { wealth. The spirit of heroic ancient and to get up many times during the A. KIng H. S. McKonile, T. II. Salicl. ,nod. !!' t7'\ "8it; ,' IM 7.iJ: ;",,; .
he Is culpable In that he has Is Sigo and answering night. The mild and the extraordinary R. :Dim clurK.I '
knighthood upon M. .E J.,) If 1; ,. kili 11imU .m 18 ; \ .
realised. .
effect of Swamp-Root is soon 12.u'.tr .
"' particularly aggravating the proud challenge of Seab For tilHtrlot No. I
his colleague In Jocular Wright, the Hoiiiajij! whose pernicious It stands the highest for it< wonderfulcures narJnor, H. H. IIr.kemall.lI. I. ony ,
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activity !i1 largely responsible of the most distressing/ cases. and C.: n. Neck, ,,iurk.I .
: I ; than serious vein. for the decline and fall of the whiskey Swamp'Koot I. pleasant. to take anll" For District No I 19 JE : :

( His sin has boon that he has I'll'"k..d empire In Georgia, lie sternly sold by all druggists! in fifty-cent and A. (I. IMillllM| M. Vlckorn.. Fred rrle, r ; :
to anger. aiinnuiiuts hU purpose to enter upona one-dollar sire IxIUe."ou may have a and II S. Jlorrjunv, olutk "3Mf; TK"1Z
.
sample bottle of this ,,'ondeCulllew discovery For District No.l*
of
for the renaissance
t; The editor of the News always has, crusade that old commonwealth, and a hook thut tells all about it, '(>. l.Kowion, II B. Eilcn, >'\. A. Merryilny

( does still regard Mr. McKenzie and booze devote In the rest of his life, ifnecessary both sent free by mad. Address, Dr. Kil and John I'olllla, cltrk.ror ,, :

n gooJ and kindly man, a man of the noble work. Cheer mer & Co" IHiigbamtpn, N. Y. When Illatrlot No. Id.I. r foirHoxtse
to I mention this ( r. "ol."on.'n... ".,.... 1'. .1. Ihicka an I { I ISi
writing reading
clean life and honorable UP. Mlgo old 1 boy Whet "the Yankees generous L. U. i*innva, Jr.. rlurk.
I 'offer in this Don't make ,,
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sot the niggers freu".e good paper. any For KIMrlrl ';n. It. H
... There Is nothing Inconsis
i mistake,but remember name,Swamp- [
thoroughly honest aid parties' >. M.Corlbell. .1. II. ttjlli 1 I .
many J. r Mnlclictt. 1
( with this and the belief that he Root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and the rnomplen,
who had large vested Interests in and Jv. '. Stock alurk. ,
been Imposed uponby designing that kind of property thought that I'I address, Biuguamtou. N. Y., ou every For District lo. IT. "....:"-, : >

I iticians. the era of total depravity hued ..ur".y"rrh'ed' 'I bottle. und J. 1 A>. W Knluht JohnRon, n. clerk.W. Johnnon, W ll.Crlhb, "', 5. "I-".-,.:.,.;.;...?'lai"' r-".' ..:r- --*', !
and that constitutional! -
Mr. McKenzie Is government
now a public .
and human rights hud For Dlnlrlct No. Id.K.
As a member of the legisla, struck a fatal, snug In this country lThi I @ H. 1'nrry. John 1'rlce. a. W Rile.. ana C, and yon can tuko a ", hOleear to pay the bill. Only a email

t his attitude and vote on public but you see how It U yourself at New Stock W. Baldwin clerk.For DIstrIct No. 111. iii payment required at tlie tune of purchase and the balance ID 4

... III open to public criticism. these presents in the light of subsequent j A.Pailuolt. r. II.Green. U wYemnemiundt. i j email weekly or monthly paymuuts to suit your convenienceMy

.. News has published his vote on events. And so with the Garden Seeds M. l'ud".OI.k." l is due to the fact that I
liquor trlltfle."on are naturally. For Instruct No. 20. [ great success largely guarantee-
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measure and will do so on others submerged In rayless gloom Just '"Jtoh.nnon..3 Mcltaa W. ,\. \MIMamx.nnd .
.! In Its opinion the public now because. a business highly profitable K. H. Conway, clerk = Everything-as Represented or Money Refunded.

.. or the cause of truth de- to your private exchequer, for Fall Planting. For District No. 21. iii
: but imposing an Intolerable burden, N. 0.Orewa. J. W. Ollaion EU.North and V. lit "" Lemon St.
( its publicity. I Yelverton I Jr.
] at large, has P.ltnnL'OOk.olerk. J. H.
the community
Our low
I upon prices are as
At a member of the same legisla been summarily put out of commission I For District No.21: w Z'alatka. Fiu.

the editor of the News earnest I by the divine will of the majori us seeds of equal high T. II. Hlrkonlooper, J. W. Strange, F.: E. .W' : JI
Vecka and H. H. Browning clerk. .oc; B HI. IK IB vai-jiicL-m'aiit.J:I i2MrjiKJir"aBjaEraii.aK'jB: :.c rJati m.-z
Invltea the closest scrutiny of Ms ty. Hut sobriety, either voluntaryor ( .
For District No. 33.M.
enforced, never yet hurt any people quality' can be sold.We .
and vote on all questions of .J.homed, J. H. \.1 and Is seriously suspected i .
liiuulle Tom liolden, clerk.
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that body. contributory to law and : absolutely
even being For District No. '1.
To the public he desires to say that order and peace and thrift and energy nothing that hail not I. It. ]K>Votint{. Kobt. ('olrn.. John Bu*itt,
regrets only that he should have and happier homes and' general and S. 1). JvlTordii, dork.

the of decency and a consequent higher carefully grown For Dlatrlrt No. H.1. W. A.
t provoking cause anger 1'IJ'IJLe'n Go.Ucalcra
level prosperity In all runk.llud J. O. HilKan.' II. M.Wntion. A. H. Ooinva, Merryday
; consequent Intemperance of lan classes. So let us hope that there Is from the choicest and, J: U I'uvlnclerk. I .
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on the part of his colleague. a silver lining to this black cloud For District No. ill.K. .
Northern Stock Seed 1
Nu man ever accused him of cow- which now envelops tiigo and lilaIlka :. J. McLendon J. M.. Knlly M. O.o.t..n, ,
hidden for this and T. F. Bluutitrtrlurk.For
and neither could he compensation for seed! and
plead catnstrophe that Is to make such a purposes, DIstrict No. 'Jft,
( to the possession of any bodily sickening, crashing sound among the suited to the most Cl'" ; W. L. Burr R. Is':.Tubln,A. Branilt ,und L,.
Davis,Clerk Crate Material
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: of which he has been ac jugs and bottles up In Georgia and 1 to I' ) -"- JOBKPH VOte?.
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: and which has been held to shut oil the How of so much foaming cal riarket and SRAI. I I'lnrk ('I 1'<'111 t('ourl.or .
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beer and good red licker full of nothing ti.ll '- rutnnni,. Count1"1.: ...
as a possible bar to the admin and den Trade. H-lo-Wkl -
more harmful than poverty of all Kinds.
rut Ion of any deserved chastise crime and lid ill re and damnation' g .

But he believes that under the here on earth if not hereafter. The a

Lr"p( tancea and for the good of majestic primal chaos march to this of evolution good hour from has AckermanStewartDrug IJ Let us know your [j Fruit and

community, true bravery fInd been ordered and supervised lu Its LI-. I.J
citizenship leads in the direct minutest details by the providenceof Co. 1.1 I.J

of a pacific rather than a belli Uod, and we take it that lie was j Grocery I
attitude lie therefore quits. not looking the other way when the d VegetableWraps.
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legislature: of Georgia In Its sovereign Palatka, Florida.STATE 1.1 ,

OUR_LIVES. -Live right Oak voted Democrat.out the liquor traillo. Wants L.U .

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lives are songs. Uod writes the u .
Cheer Up and Be Sunny- u. r
words. !: OF OHIO,CiTy cr TOLK1M, I u and we will )liu pleased to r
And we set them to music at pleasure ?
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Claude L'Engle says that good papers LUCAS. COUNTY \
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; like his Sun generally die !u furnish you with the best pu
young.It FrAnk J. 'honey nwkee oath that, ho Is senior Palatka Florida. I
the song grows !glad or sweet distresses us to hear our filund firm of K. J. clionojr & c ., doing, [ goods obtnintvljle nt snrprin-:i ,
; or sad making a noise like a funeral procession Cartncrot f:::: ln'tin city Tolmlo, county und: Btiueaf'troHiiltj ::
; we choose to fashion the measure. and we bill him take COUrllefrom alum that Maid fir',, will' pay hue amu. u ingly( low prices. rn
of ONE III NUKKP: ) DIM.I.Aim fur eacli ami
%' must write the music, whateverthe the case of the young parents every....0 of Calnrru that''' Cannot be cura I by Nono but First-class goods !!Rlj l i H rM
who are haunted by thu fear that Haifa Lalarrh Cura. FRANK CUtNKY.: ..
song.Whatever they will never raise" John Henry Sworn ti tMirora inc ail fliibMrllMMl, to my jj* find shelf room here.Ve !" -- ._ --
its rhyme or meter
; preeenue thIs Out "y..r Itoccmlif, A D. tied
if it is sad, we can make It glad because he Is s-o-o-o bright. We (Honll: A. U.OLEAHOS, 1 3:: wunt to convi cfj you of this.
have noticed that John Henry, 1t1.11prorer Notary lublia.thOm' .
Or if sweet, we can make It Portable Saw Mill Outfits
sweeter. nourishment, nearly always auttf tllrtMitly.Cnurrli mi the Cure hlirail U tuiluen ami niucnui Internally surfaces and -B so coma and see for yourself

through notwithstanding the o{tho a\sttim. .H..n.1 l for toatlmotiiali free f1 or, phone your order in toy
I has a song that U free and handicap of an overload of brains, mu'. J. UHKXEY CO., '!Toledo O.
the best enrt'n Engines and Boilers and all kinds of Wood Work-
strong, and we believe the !Sun, properly Hold by nrunililn' I'rlo 700.TukeltiiltM [ No. 84, amid it will receive on ,
But the musIc he writes Is minor; nourished will live In spite, of its Family IMIli. for Constipation.Notice. u and careful atten- t.1 ing Machinery and Mill Supplies. We carry a large stock andean


with pain I 'I'hevr-toot the state printing [j tion.y t.1
you money.
And the singer becomes repiner. I bill seems to Indicate the presence The Tax Books of the City of Palatka, Free a Bive
delivery.
he thinks God gave\ him a dlr- at the state house of a determination Tor the assessment of Taxes for the:jour :Address all letters to
gellke lay i, to furnish the nourishment, 1U07, are about to be commended and u u n

Nor knows that thewords<< 'are so there seems to us to on no real occasion notice la hereby given that I will furnish u
cheery; for our friends gloomy fore blanks upon which to make returns L.C.Stephens Malsby Co.

the song seems lonely and solemn bodings. Cheer up and be sunny. of their Taxable Property to Ml persons u ,
-only With nourishment coming regularly applying for same at ay ofllce In the u- .
Grocer 41 S. St.
3 Kj Forsyth ,
Because the music la dreary. from the state treasury we are sure City Building.I ,
; the Sun will be able to live down Its will be In my office every afternoon u. u Atlanta Georgia
the song of another hums through superlative goodness.-Stttrke Tele until 4 o'clock and alt day upon Moo- | Klit>.andMorilsStreels. L1 L1P. ,

the words graph. days and Saturdays, nothing pre U
.
I An undercurrent of sadness; venting. Palatka Florida. jj jjRITIGAL For--
lie sets it to muslo of
chords, ringing Prevatt Predicts Prohibition .1. N. BIACKWELL, r. II.Jop."n..rr.lty.Prwldunu J. Ilmscy.ciud WALTHH I1M.I.IAKD Trea.

And makes It a paean of gladness The wholesale whiskey houses of tf City Tax Assessor.. ',rrrrrrr rarsrrrrran New and Upto-Date

whether our songs are sad or not I Savannah, Atlanta, Augusta MiiPunand The G. Loper Bailey Co Furniture and

: We can give the world more I Columbus caused a prohibition
pleasure law to enacted l III Ueoritia by t their SMOKERThe House Furnishing Goodsat
Fire Insurance
better ourselves b.\, setting the constant and persistent efforts to get :.
; words i the drug trade of the dry counties of very low prices

To a Kind, triumphant measure.Klla I that State. The people get tired of Leading American and Foreign! I
Wheeler Wllcox. ; I ir, after having driven the saloons do to
from their counties. Such methods Huckleberry Cigaris Companies

as this by the whiskey houses of .
to Voters.
( Important this State will help to make Florida R. S. Mooney

: Questions are being asked by a prohibition state. You will see the designed for critical smokers. Accident Insurance: ,
\' HS to who will be allowed to next legislature pausing it resolution -
Those who Florida.
In the coining wet or dry elec submitting an amendment to the .5 5. appreciate a well IVilutkn,

) Will the registrations books constitution to the fol'l.. to bit I.j made cigar containing the best' The Travelers of hartford -- -' -

opened? Will the payment of voted on giving the \ the -
tax now qualify one for voting? power to mako Florida a prohibition tobaccos, skillfully blended,find I Life Insurance: UndertaklngandErnhalflhiflg't _
books nlll not be opened for state. Our constitution must be the Huckleberry worth while
of voters. Neither will the local
changed, repealing option
I .. payment. of poll taxes at this law, before any prohibition lw cnn I The Old Reliable "<.t rrnauiaLife" = : ;

I Only'" qualify those any who for were voting.qualified to t.bn'-tlve passed.counties Thlrty-sxven of the state of the are now fo.r- e LEE ROY MYERS CO. of New York William G.. FullerChiropodist ;

I In the last general election
I dry.-Voliulu l> County Kccord. =
was held In Nov. UNXI will hA MAKERS -cee'1- J \4Oraduate
vote In the Marine Insurance:
to wet or dry Sohool .
of Belmont
to be held on Sept :J10, 1UOT. Good For Palatk Vagi- = Chiropody, 711 Boylston =St.:

statement I Is based upon the poition Several Florida municipalities are The Leadimg CompaniesAll Boston Mass.
taken by Judge wills upon endeavoring to solve the vagrant
| point. K. T. KKLL.UM, question this summer. Orltudo, Is P- Ask Cigar Cornn! ; Bunion., Inirrowlnir .
Supervisor of Registration. working her THgrnnts on the hard! your d Claims Promptly Nails, Klbrousgrowth, Dropped of the ..
Arch and all ailments
Putnam county Florida. roiitN and a nolle",<>>I.< exodus of the \1PALATKA.
Settled. hu>iian foot treated by palnl"smethod.
worthless cltliieli.'jli" | I Is the result.
Practice trips on tho water wagon DeFunlak Is giving li.-nvy. sentences'to Man ..

now In order.That .. vngrants. and M 'Miiding: plenty of Office. 18 Front St., PALLrgFi.A Arlington- Hotel, I'mtluitkft.Wednesdays .
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.. work for this. class on her public 8:80: a m p ill
th roots of many native plant, tfrow-
I I wild l iji our American foramn. re. roads. The Idea .N a good one and .JIIL1IilEJllllnlli: !: !._ I.JII".
I :'k propertlen' for: the euro'l.-h'; :' ,,,' can be followed with pionli: by every !ulrtw.iig: \ ::1Ii,,1II'iJI'&DJ!
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!I. wall proven Kvun tile untutored community Penmioola Journal.lt o-
.. hud learned the curative value of MOina, _ _
thetm and HUicht the fnr\T\ auulern Ihvlr = If It's Your'a After
... 'I'lifl Indian novor Ilkud to work no he DeliciousBon Quality ,.
..... hi* .<|imw. to got w.II&oI onn aa porftil- : .'. t.h Same FlaslerDo Remember
that cbs mltfht do the work and let him
'Thoreftiru he dtirf. "pai" 'oo'e root for >wn Ht Miami H few week ago Bons The Singer Sewing Machine.
'. for tn.t maui thulr great remedy for fitmale they had a bank failure and. lot ofpr'nplu' Not only for quality, but for upt0d.teoo.i.truutton
I", ,,,,.. l I" 1'lurca mien, the name rlJOLc"IIlIIuII got hurt In the crash. The :: the BINOKK Its'
OohiMll III hU uKtlvortm I'rewrrln- and year.IW'
fit boon In the Itiatl for :
," 'nklllfully ttombined with other' agu' ,. affairs of the bank ,,ere carefully jiml a little better than the rest.Tb. .
:: make i It more otfocnlve than any nitier gone over and Ir wnn found hit Ih"'l I ... '0. "V K Chocolates WAll IItI.1iGER pisaesme.whi.t. .01."".......
.. all hiS varloua wm.knm.e, bUt C.VIII
In onrlnif j knOw.
would back n.ey 1,01
dppo l ,,.
painful uIeraiigemonls peculiar to womo yOuibcAUsd
to
ha pleased chow
Many altlloted women have 'been navMl from mall percentage of Ilielr' money At ---.. "c ------"""-'- aI Home-Mads CandiesWSomething = we lira ID the' aewlnM nmcnliie hum-
: ..o.ra, ; timely unoof Doctor I'lenVa Favorite Pre consented, to take. thing Inland :I'U.tc..a.rc.. :Eb..a.rrc..a.o: e:: :: :; toni,Ixv'mw. wo musk our llvlnit at it.TheHIMUKllnmy .. I
., Tenderneaa over the lower region, I : new added i be aeeo .t III.*5'
; baukactie. wpella of dlxaliiaim, fMlnlnei' and flnaneo the failed bank *'' FLORIDA.' titiltsbmsntofF.O. IARL8.!: fl1 If1". !
'. :: ::.I'e dew n paltmor dlHtreniiMhould' : not go It: could pay off Its depositors In full. I'' every day. on. .L........ Pauttka, Pla' who .. .' '
Acounieof*'Favorlte : Chemicals. Sundries .. "'-
Prmcrlptlon. 'his is the santeHenry M. Flagler I Drugs, Druggist = plefM work marvttlouN beneltl In all alien cases, -' -I coming to p.k,5.mouk-4)AmlL
generally effect a permanent:: cure If per whose heels. A gang of demagogues ? Patents., L. A. SMITH I' orOKJlIMT.I : your.
\In for a reasonable leiiKlh of time. I j and hungry office seekers In this ..... c.mm..h.rOstne.viht.
: '0'conNtlpatlon, the. true, aolentlfte ours la I state have lost no opportunity' to !I PRB3OHIPTIONS OAftXfULLV COMPOUNDED.B Iemon St., Palatka. a -W."....... ....1.. .
fleroa s Fleaaant Palloti. Mild, bara> ., OiBDENSlED. Agents !wetter BUamsblp Florida
I..l I and snarl.-Starke Telegraph. I
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: WE HAVE ON HANDa : A RETURN f1I : printed and circulated lu Cumberland, College and Five 'l'eiltnlcallichool.!, ...
\ : In the nineteenth century -
: LOVE LITTERS..e..e..ee..eI.eeeI.I.. England, early '

large supply of Weather .Heport. I IIn .I The Misses Clarissa and Bessie A. ; .; : DelAND, FLORIPA,
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r; ?; :IIIIIr. m .r..ur. for the w.ok end Williams left for Mattltuok Long "I, James Williams, parish clerk make, Affiliated With the University of Chicago 4
and bellman
Island N. Y., last week: They will [Orlfflnal saitone, town cryer ,
Rubbers for Max.. MlB The average numher of letters passing ana sails all sorts of babordaslmrles COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART*.-Tho'iitiiiiiliirdii University of Chica:
Paruce rot.O:3tJr.: :
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for remain there until fall when ; ,
1".m.9 p, m. Op.m. (4 hr'I. hf they ctw el1 Soldon Reyburn and his groceries etc., likewise bait and wblg go. HtolHon graduates> reoelvu their degree, from both$. Sea the Chicago
SAUJ."It'd -
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.y. .. 80 e6 78 ttl 74 will go to New York city. there tc Baucee, May Hlldretb was ten a week. drest, and cut, on the shortest notice. and ttlouon oatalogN.COLLEGE .

Fruit Jars 4.0. )Sunday.Monday .. 80 78 m 7{s 76 76 111 8U 7J 70 remain until December when they Ill eighteen montbn the aggregate Al c- : : or LA W.-arndimiM, at this College are admitted to practice law In Florida

.. 'rue.day. .. 78. vi na\ 7* expect to return to Crescent City. weight of these letters was forty "N. B.-I keep an evening school, without examination.
7. Wednesday.. 81 ua(" 00J'l"\ ( T. ARTS.-M..IIDI..
The were desperatelyin rates roud- COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHoOL Of MECHANIC
pound couple where I teach at reasonable ,
the best that 8. 'Ihunday. 81 w 77 W 711 Mrs. Mary Scott Miller has sent U : Manual, raining oonnoi loading to dill roe.. Fine nwbuldlul.OO.Uy.qulpmlIt.
can Civil hloctrlaiil FnKlnoerlnl"d
< They are u. ITIday. .. "HUH 7K 74 Ba 1aK. love, and tbe letters were rlttmi at lag writing, Rlutlntf-and sums.N. cnl. .. .
D. \VtLLUM8, Ob erT '. a few of the more Intimate friends high pressure. Mr. Reyburn avowed In B.-I plays the booboy occasionAlly '

\ be had and selLatI .--- ---. --- _.-,,---- -- of her late husband, Capt. J. W /glowing terms that be bad met hundreds If wanted."N. BliortlmndanilTjiiowrltliiK UOLLKCiE, 0?' IH'HINFHS', Elective.-llunklniilnall oour.,'.opunlu lu, other brunolim.Department Bookkeeping Large by belt FacilIty method and .

."" "" "" Miller, beautiful memorial boot of girls without being In the B.-My shop Is next doom where oomodlout buUdmg.PKPPAItATORV. "

: I Oc per Dozen let which all will appreciate. The least influenced; by them. It was only I bleed draw teeth and shoo horses, all ACADEMY,-Graduate, prcpnrod enter Hanard, Yale, Princeton '

= Personal! and Social. 3 3Tom = work was executed by Capt. Mlllor't when thrown In, with ono who was the with greatest soiL Cornell, Michigan Chicago. and all llnt-olaui. Coll g
mail brother who Is proprietor' of a mod soul of honor a model of amiability, "N. B._Cullilieu taut to dance, If NORMAI AND MOtRLMcHOOLIS-"' 1. Klnclorgartim In lit own building. >. pri)- \,

or by t"" "" ,,,, ern printing establishment at Des an angel lu tile flesh, that bo had suc agreeable at six pence per week by m.ry""d,, Orammar School In eparate bulldlnu., '1'Uoe Hchnoll especially prepare Publla ,."'
cumbed. Miss Illldreth declared that "Subool teachers.. .
J. who and sell old
Williams buy
me,
Kusaell has returned fron Moines Iowa and It Is the regret ol "
15 cents ; she could love 110 one less than a nobleman Iron and conlsi- shoes cleaned and MUSIC HClloor..-A lo.ooo,oo pipe organ, a dozen pIanos, separate building large fnaul- '.
Daytona Beacli.B. Mrs. Miller that she did not have a of nature and her dourest Sol- mended. ty.t"orough.our...or Mtuil}'.

: B. Bethel vlalted Palatka 01 sufficient number of these bookletsto don was one of nature's kings. She ,I "N. B.-A hat antI pair of stockings A liT SCHOOL -New 8111dlo., (oxUy) OIIH|>. motMliete.'

I business lath Monday. furnish each and all of Capt felt that her happiness was as safo In to be cudgelled for the best In 0, on Verity ftlulmin of
Lcund's Drug StoreCrescent I If'I4'Jeeeee J. P. Hawkins is Miller's old friends a copy. Tin his bands as If be bad come down from Bhrof TiiHhdiiy. Fur particulars Inciilre llowdoln, \I'truoht.Iliiikmill.Unlvtirally,, at Mloliliimi, Don ill noil anil other UIIIVa..ht.o., 'Ihora.
Cnpt. expected heaven to its care. are over WKJO",, .000 uo In lmlltllni ,. .and eiiulpmont; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; all
little booklet contains most excel assume within or at the horse shoo and bell .
here In week or two. a endowed library of over 14000' volumes;a beautiful cllapul, with oosllv fnrnlMhlngn, Inuludtngluln ",
City, Fin. lent picture of Capt. Miller, taken They quarreled. It would bo impossible near the church on totlier aide of tim .' .d glBBH window,7 oil imlnlhiKM, u M".( moO' plpo Oman: a Gymnasium with complete, SIparItls |>-
M. H..'Vhlte was a busIness visitor to state tbe for, since neither ; an onoloitod Athlutlo ] cause way. r"wln" for and wo.mon7 -
i Just before his Illness. The balance ,, hoMldui Nwltnmlnu golf, uuil other fltmrtH, mtparule bulldliiKB men
e Me l\e to palatka early In the week. of them remembered it, no one else "N. II.-Look over tho door for thoslgliu ; for ClnimlHtry, I'liy.ic.. Bacteriology' Mineralogy' "and llloloiiy' : rav-
I U made up of a photogravure reproduction could be expected to know it. Confidence oral: 1 r'.I.; miiHeuniH 8"h['\ 'I) ., teotrlo llgliln;) elncarlo, tall, steam heat: oumont, walke.HhellroadM
-- ---------- -- Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Sblun are< of the account of his death of the 3 pigeons broad a\onUOH, HpHoloim camptiw, ihrtiiibury and trees) noolnl literary mnHlcal ,and othormudontH'clubH
having been destroyed the Idol "If. B.-I sell good oyle, and sometimes ; ,tnriocro ooiirwHj: Christian I und not Hectarlan teaching. Ti,. location I. ,
now living at 720 Tuscaloosa avenue and funeral, together with editorial each bad sot up was at once shattered cyder-lodgings for single men" beautiful;and. healthful' ,I,and:: the expanrtui are low. '
For vIews folder aud Information aildrona the Pronldont.
oatalugn ,
RestaurantFurnished Birmingham; Ala. and contributed tributes to his mem "Suppose" remarked Mr. Reyburn to

European Mrs. D. A. Daufrhtry; of Espanola ory which appeared In the PaUtkn himself, "that alto should sue me for CHILDREN IN PAIN LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL. D.

Kouoms I Is here for a weeks' visit with her] News. The chief value of this memorial breach of promise and produce my let never cry oa do children who are euITor-

sister Mrs. James Padgett Jr. booklet consists of the excel- ters to be read in court." "I have no inc from hunger. Such lathe cause of D LAN)), FLORIDA

Hot and Cold Baths ol doubt," mused Miss Hlldretb "that all baby's who cry and are treated for -- .
lent likeness therein presented
AtC Harry Chamborlln Is now a valued such a man would show my letters at sickness when they really are Buffering

member of the Palatka baseball club the man who, perhaps more than his club. from hunger. This caused from their ',

arles Kupperbuscji and plays In all Us match games. any single Individual hereabouts In Mr. Iteyburn wrote her a cold cut- food not being assimilated but devouredby JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION ;

,, life possessed the love and esteem. ol ting note saying that he supposed she worms, A few doses of White'sCream
Lloyd Preston returned Thursday Vermifuge will cause them to '
Fnlatka FIaI .. on his fellow citizens. would want her letters returned. This
of last week from a very enJoyable coruiecrying and bogie to thrive at once. Rates Front Palalka. .
was with a view to securing his own. Glv It a trial. Hold by Aokormantttowart -
-- 10 days' visit to the James town LAKE COMO. "If you had been a gentleman" replied Drug Co. \

\ ", exposition.; Miss Hlldretb "you would have Boasou tickets $32.75: / sold dally. Coach Excursions (HG.1G sold cacti

R. O. Burton retired from service Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Baybon have returned them Instantly." Where the Flowers Cam. From. Tuesday and Friday limited 10 days, not good In parlor or Bleeping cars.

M, H; READ, on the 'steamer Crescent yesterday gone to Georgia where they will via- "I supposed you would have first returned "Tli re was a teacher teaching In avery Sixty day tickets $20.60. sold dally. Fifteen day tickets $24.20, sold dally.
I It relatives at Wayoross and Hor- mine," he wrote. "It Ie thelady's
He has not decided to his f u- said New
yet as poor neighborhood a
REAL ESTATE. i fure work. tense. privilege to break finally and Voik Defilement worker "who received Coast Line "Norfolk Flyer"Lv
son'of forever with a gentleman. Then I
Mr. und Mrs. Carson and
Crescent City Fla. Dr. Ueo. E. Walker of Huntlnfrton Boston Ga, are the guest. of their would have returned yours." dully gifts of flowers from ono of her ______ ____ __ __.___ __ ___ __ ___ - I'
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The -
little flow-
pupils a ragged boy. N.'fito.H11;
aunt Mrs. Blood. "Send me letters at once," she --------T1'IO'-H1IN: .
has Kona to the mountains of VirginIa my '
era were of all sorts sometimes costly .. I Norfolk. a np jj"ji'; ; ,
wrote. One who has acted as dishonorably 1'IiI/ltk. ... d lila ii v .
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The Howe property-"Ures- for the benefit of his health which During the absence of D. B. Bay hothouse blooms, Sometimes simple, old Ar Jiu'kHuuvlllHIiY 711I''a I 7'0'' I] kHoiivlllu... 1 SOp ..1M.( )U
has been quite poorly for several bon W. L. Gable Is acting as clerkat as you would not scruple to fiiHliloned nonets. As rule kHOUVllllt, I lIon. I 7111\ 'imp 91100 "
Is the garden a
< cant HU1"-l now on mar the store.D. read them to others. I bave no doubt Ar Norfolk .. "Jl' 110... 8 W& .Ttiukoonvtite..S. IlL P 1l1lJi" ,
weeks. somewhat faded. Ono --
ket. they have already gone tbe rounds of they were day =---=-.::==-::=--= --=- ==:.:= =: -=. = -

Particular Attention rflven to Mrs. C. U. Preston and Mrs. S. M, K. Dusenberry has built a fine your friends." the boy brought the teacher a great
dock at his place which will be greatly of orchids. To be
bouquet mauve sure
Crescent City property listed LaHreo expect to leave on Mondav enjoyed by the winter tourists. There was slleuco for a time after they were much wilted but none the Quickest Time. Double Daily Service
for N. C. The Misses this. Reyburn was thunderstruck tbat
with me. S Highlands, I less It could be that had ,
Almost every vacant house In seen they once <
he bad loved would to
tI ee eM fSMtlf'f'Ml-' Hallla and Mary Deatou will accompany Como Is already rented to winter make a woman such a charge and was well stoOl satisfied costItreot deal of money. The pua- Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to Norfolk. .

them. tourists. Several new houses will be r.led teacher as she took them said:
to have broken with her, but be
Miss Mettle Gordon of Jacksonville erected this fall. felt all the more anxious to get his let. 'Jimmy where do you get all these Atlantic Coast LineWrite

.A... :I:. Spec..oer; : : who has been spending sometime Very heavy thunder showers and ters. A girl who would make such an flowers that you give me? You don't
abundance of rain in this section. steal I
them hope'
here the guest of the Misses accusation would not herself hesitateto
'Oh no, nla'Amthe youngster answered for Illustrated folders, containing maps descriptive matter hotel
Dentist. Daniel and
Turner at the Turner House, returned Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds show letters that bad been written
-5---00 home last Monday. grandson left Monday for Canada. her so he reopened tbe question of exchange ; 'father's an ash man.' lists etc. For reservations or information! address any ticket agent of the !'

their future home. and proposed sending the packages Atlantic Coast Line or FRAN _OL 130YLSTON, Jacksonville.!
Office at RoBldoaoe on Proapoot Street. of who la l
Stone Chicago
Claire Mrs. W. L. Gable led the Epworth by express. Miss Hlldretb at first I I
Florida
Crescent City spending the summer with his aunt, League meeting at the M. E. church assented but on Inquiring thecost found W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M. T. O. WHITE, O. P. A, ,.

Mrs. Oeo. Neal, has gone( to Palatkato Sunday p. m. that she could buy considerable candy DoesNot General Ofllces: Wilmington; N. C.

StJohne Rlvrby Daylight./ visit for a couple of weeks with with the money required. Site wrote

the family of his uncle E. N.""Maull. A Wonderful Cr.atur. Reyburn that the letters might be lost. - -

The Beach &: Miller Line The polyp Is the most rematkable Thou be suggested a mutual friend.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Torrey and the
friend Color Hair Institutions for Education.
creature on eurtu. If cut transverselyor Miss Illldreth feared that the State Higher
Waterman
Addle Urace and Hilda
Kloaraar OKEMCENT. Misses
longitudinally into several parts. might read the letters, but If be would

Leaven Jackfton villa on Tuesday. .ThurMdayind went to Daytona Beach last ench will become a perfect animal. consent that one of her own sex shouldbe ; -
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snturttaya $t 8 SO n. m. for Green Cove, week where they will remain about the bearer she would agree to his Ayer's Hair Vigor as now = -
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hIutks I creaoeofc City! and principal WnyLA Trembly turned them Inside out and of the State; Florida Female College
mil, u ffsMenVeiOrcHoentolty. on Wedn. two weeks. The party took the overland tbty ate and enjoyed themselves na plan. "No thanks," he wrote. "My made from our new improved Uuherslty -

d.y... Friday and Mondayaat 7 a. m.Jacksonville route with private conveyance. much as ever. He silt two longltudl experience with women would not.justify formula, does not stain or color of FloridaGainesville Tallahassee-Florida.
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wharf lootol Laura bireeLTelophon. such procedure. ,
nally placed the halves together and any -
-65Peletta "Towser," the little pet dog be- that the hair even to the slightest Florida. -
"And I have discovered men are
united them Into two animals. Be I
wnarl foot of Ijemon Street longing to Mrs. S. B. Shaw, wandered divided two transversely and created too dishonorable for anything" she re degree. Gray hair white hair, A College for Women without a

away, or what Is more likely was plied. blonde hair is not made a A. hlgh-grado Institution for young I parallel the South embracing amen
one with two beads. He pushed one
Boinntlllo EnCollege of Liberal Arts School for
stolen one day last week. The dogs Then: it was arranged that ou a certain offering Literary I a
A5fl.TORREY.Undertaker down the throat of another a third shade darker. But it certainly glneerlua, Agricultural Teachers a School of Industrial Arts ,
a pus, and Mrs. Shaw had had down the throat of the second and thus night each should hide a package does stop falling hair. No foal Courses. a school of fine arts including piano

anti Embaliner. him 10 years. formed a creature with three beads. lu a hollow tree Just outside the wall Strong Faculty; well anfll'edOgOIl.1 pipe organ, violin voloe culture elocution
about that.
surrounding her borne anti each was question
and Physical Culture.
oratories thorough
Full line of Caskets and Coffins L.. A. Burlbut left last Saturdayfor Paternal Duftlae. to take the package the other had left. floe not change tie rainy of tfie hair. theoretical; and ; A Faculty of able specialists in all .
Hurl-
Detroit, Mich., where Mrs. Modern[ life with its baste und Both stood off and watched for the ...TormuL. WIth Saab bottle pervlslon aDd discipline; high moral departments. '

Telephone but has been for some weeks. Mr. leaves too little time for the other to make the llrst deposit, and the Bbow"'it to you* tone. 'Tuition ftee Charges for special
bustle
(ORESCENT CITY FLORIDA Huilbut will be away until the first scheme fell through. A doctor No tuition charge to Florida. stu Instruction In Fine Arts reduced to a

of October and will also visit in Joys of fatherhood. One father comes "I knew I couldn't trust you" she tiers ..11 (lira about It.vh .. dents Other expanses very low. minimum New buildings In course
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loa
late from business do
home a u leir* For catalogue and information, allof, construction.. Write for catalogue.
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North Dakota and In Milwaukee peevish and cannot devote much timeto wrote. .

Crescent City Transfer Co. WIs his children even 1C be would. Another "A pretty scheme to get all and give Indeed, we believe It will stop every case dress ANimr.w SLEUU I A. A. MUKi>nitii ..
be of hair unless there Is some
nothing replied. falling very
bas bad enough of the cares and President
I'reMldent.
Mr. Klnard's new store building at By this time Reyburu felt sure the unusual complication,something greatly II
Stnets all trains at Oiesornt City Junction. worries of tbe day and seeks dissipa-
the foot of Central avenue Is now girl was keeping bill letters for a pur affecting! the general health. Then you .,
Might trains by appointment. tion outside the borne. Yet fathers should Also ask -
to consuTtyourphysiclsn.
nearly completed. He expects pose. Every time he thought of theIr "
8. M. LABEEE Manager.W. line of groceries can give their children something bet- extravagant phrases being perused by him iboutthe new Ayer's Hair Vigor. In Circuit. Court nf tho Klijhtli Judicial' Olrtult I '
In complete
put a ter than money; they can give themselves _Mid by th.J.O.AJar Co.,Lowell_..-j uf thu Htutu of 'Iurl and will operate a bakery. An addition .Deutsche Monatscbrift others or printed In the newspapers Putiium County-In, OlutiiLury. / "THE EAST COAST OP

erected for a be became panic stricken. He resolvedto Lloyd W. Moronii., nAilmlnlHtrntoi is PARADISE REGAINED." i
l Is now being
B. 8HOTWELL secure them at any cost. Then It G. S. 3 F. : tie lionIn .
pool room. Mr. Kinard expects to A Little Mixed. Ry. Non of the K.tnt.. of Petition for CaliIl. '
occurred to him to take her letters to uf umlfl. of nitltluHtuttt '
Morg..n.d..couood,
Builds Row Boats, let the new store opened next Sportsman wonder what's become her himself and receive his own from PetittOIiF1r.I. .it,ml furIMntrlbutlou 1 orida 9,. .7

and makes aU month. of Mike I told him to meet me here. Schedule effective Apr. 7th, 1007. v. } uftliu LIMITED ; PARLOR
boats. buggies
Ilepalrs If sucb
rEW
her bands. Ilewroto asking {
1 Mil II!orll''....Hunlu Mor- moiiuyafUlHlnufrom \ oo
kinds of wood work at his shop Dl'lver-Ach, 'tis no use tellln' him to change without notice the
repairs Mrs. Sarah M. Oowen has sent announcements a plan_would meet her approbation. i Subject glut, yrl'o L : urr1\ 1 PULLMAN CAR
sills UfUlltllU.
In rear of his MEAT MARKET. anything, Shore, sorr, ut just goes F.lii ir IIIIII I
there '- '
She that she supposed .
of the marriage of her at the replied H."ryrOl'Mn", lleMulnnU AND TRAINS.
Crescent City. Fia.Satisfactory In at wan ear and out other lit InwIn Iit(;
liulK
work guaranteed at mod. daughter Miss Blanche Lillian Gowen -' like wather off a duck's back!-London was no other way. Departures from Palatka. < liiturunt.unit !

m prloas. to Mr. Henry Lawrence, on Tit.Bits. It was a murky afternoon when he 5: CO p m.-No 10. for Vuldosta ?Jlucon Thin caiine cninuon, to tin hunrd, upon\ pntltlou l
had
called, and largo flakes, of snow hei'tn anil It uppoarlnil\ to tliu court
5th Inst. at her home In Atlanta and points north. Connection court hnt thaviiliu the Famous Resorts
Monday the begun to fall. lie carried the letters l.n.l liithe I opinion of tlio liulii: Reaching ,
made at Valdoata with local oIC ut Inw
Lawrence Cruet. ) uf oiu, 'huliiuo of tho
Attleboro, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. done In brown paper, to which was l. Morusn,il I,>.'. not ox-
"Thought you sold you were a mind up ,sleeper for Macou. of I ::hr.M: 'I ST. AUGUSTINE ORMOND,
HELP IS OFFERED will be at home after November fastened a wood and wire handle. They :Jla. sum liuiulrwl, tlollum Ami ,
,. "
reader? 5 .31: a m.-No. 2. for Vald 'ta. Maoou It nppxiirlilK thai tho ul t D. I Morgan
1st at Hopedale Mass. The mndo-a package the size of a large ltustltc. Hint Umro are two or inoruliftmtit DAYTONA, ROCKLEDGE,
TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE "So I am, replied the professor Atlanta and points north. Solid dl"'il .
Wt earnestly: rwiuMtallyount p norrmttornow bride, who l Is a sister of Mr. Chas. A. "Well why do you hesitate Wnydon't bureau drawer. He was not used to train for !Macon ; connection made 'hut. I.lovtl Inw of\v iwlt. M! liil or, un<*MtAte.ii In n alnillo inn ii, PALM BEACH MIAMI.
llmltml their .. =.who wiah being seen on the street lugging merchandise .. u n iionriMliliHitol -
mean*or to resided here with mind" at Valdosta with Parlor car for over the uii" of twfiuy-one y iir
read
obtain a thorough bust_treinlnEand good po.l- Uowen, formerly you my and was much mortified at .. th. State of P oriOn, ,.III| r..ohh'. : ,I
tin,. to writ by flr,t mall for our greet h.II...... hpr mother, and i is pleasantly remembered "I'm searching for iii"! Macon ; connects nt Lake City for nt iMilrford, Ktiito of Ahihiinm., Tlmt UlMoruiin .. Miami i
from
offur. Suceoo. Indnpenclonc.mn.l probebiefortunsSi. meeting a number of his acquaintances. Live Oak aud Tallahassee. Also l. imlnuhi woinim over thn HMO of A Short Sea Trip
.guerant.ed.:: WrlUbxIaontteny. /. by a host of old friends. It was the enormous bulk that distressed connects at Valdosta and litton and two.ty.o.u, : yt'Irs: ,'I Is u non-rwlilunt i of tlm I by Steamer to
The Ga..M. Batlaos ColItO. Macon Cm.: Which Did H. Mean all in south Ooor8l state of Hoitiln anil n-iildi'S lit rulrfoul,
Cordele for
the
UeJoarl: D. Slinms late of him. He was ushered Into points Stumor Alnuiinm. 'Hint Hii.l,, MO''MIUJla.I .
friend to his NASSAU N. P.
Introducing
Slrsoke ( ,"* ,
of
little parlor where he bad sat with wl.low over tin niiu, twinitv-ani ivnn
Nashville, Tenn., and the newly appointed private closet)) Now. mind not u -- -- nit.) K a n..n..hl..llt..11 h*State of Klorl.ln, -
Ore KEY FLA.
Miss Illldreth so often. A bright ,oiilHlniut.Anil WEST
Htntu or I ,
SHORT TALKS, BY Baptist State Evangelist for breath of tills before my wife!-Puck.BKAOTIFCI biased on the hearth contrasting pleasantly Trains arrive In Talatka from pointsnuitn ami that roHlilcN Myrtle nt Henry.1. Moman IH n minor, nnonroalitont

Florida. began a series of meetingsin with the cheerless scene without. at 10 :40 a. m. and 10 :05) p. m. of tho Htnto of Hoi" .Mil. ami, HAVANA CUBA.'j
L. T. COOPER. WOMEN. rookies nt Henry' Htnli of Loiilmiiiiii mill 'j
church last Sun- --- : ;
the I're byterlau Miss nildreth was standing before the tIlt Ida May Mormm IH u minor, mill' IH
he held three services Plump obeeks, flushed with the soft the flame. The Georgia Southurn ac Florida R'y a "on..d..t. of tho mute of Florida imil SEND FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET.
on which day fireplace her face lighted by "n,1.I
day ... of I-oulHlmm,
H Htnto
of health an4 a complexion n>.101.> nt nry.
pure
convenient from
glow most route
otters the
NERVOUSNESS. and announced that he would She heard Mr. Reyburn enter but did tlintunrl llaniy Momiiii' In t minor iiml unotiroalilKiit
make all woman beautiful. Take a Falatko. and vlnlnlty to Slaeon, Atlanta oi tho Htutn: of Plnrltlu 1 : uml re- J R.PAKKOTT VlctPm'lanJGm'IM't'r., ,
continue services each day throughthe small dose of Uerblne after each meal ; not turn her head. She was dressed and all points north and uorthwetit. ililtil .nt Itull ry,HtutB of IdilllNlnini. J. p. BECICWITH, Truffle Manaitr,
afternoon and will constipation and help digest becomingly and looked very pretty- It III thereupon uotlaltlvreil, ., mill, oruiirodbv .. J.D. RANNER A..',Gent f...''Aflat,
Nervousness makes people mis r ble, week, both In the itt prevent For sleeping car reservations, sclied- the court, flint elicit. of llio anUI non- '
wbo a? .unlO"' 'U.
Mrs. Win. like adventuress
have eaten. at all an ,
Blue, end unhappy. They think something night. Mr. Slmins stated that what you not tiles eta call on B. PENNY Agent nlil"iitii. Hhull npimnr liurulii. on or l itr at ; Tox. writes May A.I I>., lw> allow -
Midlothian breach of 7to --
would him for promise. ---- -
M. Stroud sue ami dlly-oIH"II..mb..r.
terrible is going lo 17
_ here to organize a Baptist Pal atka Dnpot or J. II. HACOIU'ON, aniilnut "UUi mlo.
i-nll
he l is If they
happen. At night 31, 1901 : Ha could not assume a proper dignity Ticket Falnlka. i unmix liny amt: iiiljuiluiul: tlintthla
City Agent. oidoml
they to. and worry church If possible. He Is a good "We have used Berblne In our familyfor carrying; some twenty pounds of let It IM on lor further IIn,' nutlfii Iw piilillHhml, now. Executor's: Notice.
drawing good elgC! years and found it tbe best C. B. RHODES C. P. A.. Macon. Ca. I'utiuim oountv. H ut" of Plurliln. .,
rested.Ii been pnpnrln .
and are not preacher, has te... lIe was embarrassed. Meiikti.. Notice 1 linraby given' tlint nix ninntlinnfUTilnte .7.
medicine we ever used for constipation, on.'.Ii week for four loimuuntlva huuiof to. Iti Oil thu l lot oCJniuiiiry '
ilny
and this
They tire ...lIy and his coming at cleared his throat to announce "on Hold laa
iongrvgutlons; jlllous fever and malaria. Sold by Ack- He Round! Trip Rate from Jacksonville to I description of tIle IniulM to A. I>. lest, I usexeetItor of the liint,
havn I much en churchgoing ber beautiful fol IIIWHI, : :: 01 i ,
Is greatly appreciated by his presence and she turned will uiul teittiiiitimt J. 1 Unliiii,docnnitiKi,
(4 ergy. They think time erman-Stewart Drug Co. told Jamestown" ExposIUon via A. All that piece pnrpel tract or lot of land will lii 1,,my Iliuil uccomit and vouchers nitNiivli
( from the fact that there eyes upon him. Something tvtiiir nml being altuitttf In tIe county ofutiiMin.Htato exHctitor III tlm ofllui. of th
3nunty
thlngssre themalt.r people C. L. R.eDw..y.tlG.IIICollch : :
many had been making of Klorhln, ,loniillUMl im follimiit ; :nltu :
him that be-they- I .Imlneof Fiitiiiiin" County, Florliln' nuk
with Ib.m.Con.umplion. would otherwise have been uo public 1.0(5 (lOll m titul. 'Pwol3 I >, In "HootlonIwmitytwo hu dlHttliiirKiHl, from tim further ,lulnitiiu
Kidney month. Mirror. as Dataotlvas. fools of themselves.' He resolved upon excursion to Norfolk, l WI), in lowimhlp Numlier tratlon.. or tim e tntf of mild J. M. ITiilitii.AN1UNIU .
trouble' oi worship this "It Is not solely to please tbe lady an explanation. but could not remember on sale each Tuesdays and hrl- T "I l\eTp. No. Hi,50011 U of UailK:TwvntvHlx UBINA, Exuetitoi.,
No (uf it. "UN' ), e.t: containIng I MlxtytwoIM ,,,
days Ijlinlr 10 days. stop July Int. '1WI7. u
to of the Interior decorator of thelv quarrel. Drop
di. said the
twenty other The sad news has come us patrons an cause ) ncre more or limn.'

eases. It's )Jua. death, at }'roy Idenc... B. 1.. on the "that mirror. so abound shops. They ping tbe bulky package he stepped t24.O-Flfteen:overs.! day ticket. Uood In within doiialititreil I anlil Circuit' mul ,ortlorml: In Florida Chamber on, Notice of Application for Tax Deed

stomach trouble 3d! Inst. of Mr. Franol* \\'. Thurbur serve another and more Important pur forward seized: ber hand and said In sleeper. Htopover allowed within thin.Wth day of Julr, 1..1"l H lid. Under Section II of chapter 4888. Lawsof
nothing else In the Tbey help detect .hl pllfter low voice: '. J.T. \VII.T." Florida.
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w.j "' .Ava... esteemed vInter pose. limit.529.50Sixty. tumult Judge
vor. Two bottles an old and highly If[ you should study the various watchers "Mae forgive me!" day ticket. Uood In 8-i-nt Notice Is hereby given that A.
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Cooper's New Diieovery will put the. resident of Crescent City. The let- In tbe employ of big retail stores Forgiveness was easy but. what to sleeper. Stopover allowed within --- Stable, purchaser of tax certificate
lom.oh in shape in three ....k.. I know f" from his son says : "He watch No. B7J, dated the 4th day of June, A.
this tor which you would find tbat they don't do with forty pounds of letters was a limit. _
becauM I've seen it tried e thousand In Providence, at :I 5.W5 Season tickets. flood 1 In to Let. D. 1804 has nlod said oertlfloata in my
Umei. Tb.n.1I nsrvousn.aa will disap-. was visiting friend tbe patrons directly. Tbey look different matter They finally concluded $ stepper For Sale or ofuoe, and boa made application for tax

Peer. I know this too, because I've seen mid was) In hU usual health during their reflections In tbe mirrors. Of to sit before the fire and feed Stopover allowed within deed to Issue In accordance with law

". b PP.i> a thousand times. Here's C let- the day but while puling supper he course their watching done tbat way l Isuupercelved. them to the flanaes. For two hours limit of Dec. 15. Hate" Riverview, opposite mouth Said certificate embraces the following

to;, I Jot the other dayi I suddenly. The physician The shoplifter glances at they tossed In package after package Summer tourist rates from Jacksonville famousOcklawaha River at described property situated In Putnam

My system was badly run down andnyitomsoh died very heart failure.. the cause the watcher sees tbat his back Is to till all were consumsd. 8l8t.on sale dally. Limit October \Velaka. Best opportunity orr county Florida to-wit: -

and nerves In an awlul ihape. pronounced to her and secretes a pair of silk stock- And now they have begun to accumulate River for live busi- Net of set of swj, section 2, township
could not digest my food was always of his death. He was brought logs In her shirt waist Tbe next moment another Denver Col., o7.IX( ; Gainesville, St. Johns a 11, range 20-10 acres.

tired" and Would often feel faint and dizzy." Attleboro, and the funeral was hold abe feels an unfriendly and terrifying batch.MORRIS WYNNDoNT Oa., 17"20; Chicago, Ill., flrt\ 05; Detroit ness man. Situated front of The laid land being assessed at the

I had heard so much of your New residence of hU sister, Mrs. oa her shoulder and the Mich, $4145; Niagara. Falls town and. affording. magnificent date of the Issuance of such certificatein
the
Unoovery' medicine that I taking It.Ktliel it tap N. Y.$4Wi\ Put-lil-Hay 0., tUtffitWashlugton : )
began Ba :
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Blaoklnton where he had watcher who bas caught her by the Dus view of river. Good fishing and the name of Arch Btrobel. Unless
and N. A. 1) U., $37.00 Lookout
strength and happlneis were ; said certificate vhall be redeemed
round In the very tint bottle and the b.n.-, nadu his home when he came north mirror's aid' bids her sternly" to accompany and reach.lose Herblne all Interest will when make help that la within liver Mountain. Tenn., |2t 15. boating. Address cording to law tax deed will issue thereon so-.

g1 I have received from It bas been truly for the summer months." Mr. Thur- him to the office. -New York perform Its duties properly. J. B. For further Information and Pullman on tbe Sib day of September A D IDol
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Wonderful I.... no longer nervous i my ber was held In high esteem by the PreeL Vaughn Elba Ala., writes: reservations _cull on or write J. Dallo, Yvttnesa my official signature and seal
Ppetite and end eatnrylhmg Frank U. District( Passenger
Hnylslon,
digestion sre good
this tha
31st day ot July A. D. 1907.Heall .
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He constant sufferer from
came "Being a constipation -
Doe OHOMBLB
City. ?
and sleep ,..11." Mrs. W. J. people of descent ARt>nr, Atlantic Const Line, JOSEPH

Vohaurer, 220 Outbrie St.,Louisville, Ky.Ws here In the 'W and at the time had when'rom Rheumatism.your Joints aohe Buy and a you bottle suffer of found Herblne and a to disordered be the best liver'medlalne I have, Jacksonville Fiic.Educationby. tWelaka, Fla. [ roulC court Putnam county PBICE.Fla.TANDY .

His .
K wife and several children.. iallard'a. Snow Liniment and get Ina- for thes. 'troubles, on the market. I -- -- -------

sell oop.ra' New. Diioovsry. It wife died and some years otter he kant relief. A positive cure for Rheumatism Have used It constantly. I believe It to FOB HALF.-Film sorrel home! 10 : MOTH PAPER

.-MCM tired, worn out, nervous people' married a Mrs. Owen. a sister of Mr. Burns, Outs Contracted Mu- be the best medlolne of It. kind and I Mail years old" weighs shout l.OOO lh --ln

six Sore Chest, eto., Mr. I. T. Bogy a wish all sufferers from these troubles fine condition, ; 'I'utln-anv 1mlv can A lhilintrov..rmi.dl
She died about ties iin> "lif ctnnl. Pine.InIliorcu'iwte |
ppy.AckermajiStewart ii 3.: J. Harper. romlnent merchant at Willow Point to know the good Berblne bas done F"t..eqhmaeeae.jsnym.ts..eanotnmem, so.l"'bo...... Hook-tw.p., drive him Enquire; H. A. Kluurd ':, or lu the lol.l* or lure and
if Thurber was a quiet UUII".C'.on Crescent City. orthlnotlloiTf iMutlilnt. lldrtvtssway moth and
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rears "i'" that be finds Ballard's me. Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug tanIy Ith.aeM worry
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maasumlng mail and. rt- mow Liniment the best all round Liniment Co. _.Tk..sbie T..... by lloiI. '_II' I0a,0 DimkBtH sueIfdi miglL.t" don> kol bevelS

!;retted by..a large circle of sincere be ever used." Sold by Aoker ==W b' &.o".U''k.x 4d, t I. I1U.ti 5.od'5 or .: you want buildings moved ... Powd. W.....; S.satlu) 513

Drug COJ11papy.J rleadu In Creiosnl City. man-Stewart, Drug Co. The News 11.00 a year : writ. P. J. Beck VaUtka, Flit.i CLukevtUe, _Iowa '



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Mr. and Mrs. Mar'Ii Harmon I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Price of Melrose What Whisky Did. I
The News MwI
Palatka Martin! have returned from their were In the city yesterday ..III !
weddiaglourney to the Jamestown route home from a visit south.AlfredAbsbler. John Smith, a hitherto "
-- I of Wvlaka. is In Jail
exposition.Mr. editor of the Welaka sure negro penitentiary sentence to

$ city ; and 2t and Mrs F. J. Fenraslde Miss Independent was In the, that city pect and all because of whisky. 35 xfta J0Bk
Happenings stat(
yesterday. Mr. Abshler e
Rene and Master Frank Feanmldeleft Wlmt nhlskydld. for thl ,
Personal mention.Albert $ I early in the week for Asheville, little he linn suspended because publication of lack of payingsupport. of his beet told by) t:. C Alvers. the PER CENT
paper of
N. C., where they will remain for known naval store operator
... .K. several weeks helped arrest him. Alvers ." find bet
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Mr. and Mrs. Carroll O. Smith of Smith was drunk at Slsco
Phillips has gone on a short Mrs I. A. Boughton. after. weeks' Miami spent Sunday and Monday In evening and when the train dre here.
trip| to Aslievtllc. :N. C'. visit with friends lu this city left today the city the guests of their aunt at that st'ttlou. Smith threw a
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sandura of We- for Hastings, where she expectsto Mrs. 11. A. Buky. Mr. and Mm. through ih.- car ..window. the to quote
laliii were In (hi. city yesterday.N. visit for a short time before returning Smith: were recently. married at Miami KlaSH of w filch struck a who have I
to her home at Bridgeport and after a visit to Holder. Fla.. i Mrs. Oglwihv of Monroe
: C. (_'rc".s or 'Bostwlck was a Mr. and Mrs. Roan Yarns and Mrs. will go for an extended trip to Mr. i in the face cutting her In.. ( : : know that REDUCTIONIn
visitor in the city on Tuesday.Miss Louis Kalbtteld of the Arlington Smith's old home Kentucky. Mrs, I manner and IIU badly that for a .UES at
Minnie Kupporbusch Is spending Hotel, were among the baseball enthusiasts Smith wan formerly Miss Eunice It was thought she might is I
awhile at Daytona lleorh. to attend the Palatka-Da- McCnllongh a popular Putnam coun- death. day
tona /game at t the latter place yes ty girl whose home was at Melrose. J. \\'. Coe a fcpicial agent of my store.
S. T. Jerkins a prominent citizenof terday. Proto and Mrs. II. E. Wakefleld of C. L. and a deputy aherltt t
McMeekln was In the city yester with tilt assistance of for it-
Pomona were in the olty on Monday county,
day. The city council Is still holding' having Just returned from Bonaven- Alvers run down Smith and .
Henry 1'rlest and Mack Lane of nightly sessions as a board for the ture, Brevard county, where they him to Jail Tuesday night.
equalizing of taxes. It is quite like- of Mrs. Mr. Alvers that Smith order to make room
Putnam Hall were visitors In the went to attend the funeral stairs :
ly that the assessment will) be raised Wakefleld's Mr. Robert E. borne ; Buky
city on Tuesday. father ,always a good reputation ,
on much of the real ) In the M Ims. who was the superintendentof that whisky alone is the cause stock of shoes
the
gong for large
There will be no Sunday service at city as the city is to needmoney schools for that county and one of present sorry predicament. ,
church the .
the Presbyterian during
the leading educators of Florida. !
absence of the pnstor. Rev. J. F. Bell, pastor of St. James Trie Fort Pierce Tribune, In speakingof Will Assist in Caging that has been purchasedfor
P. J. Hecks the builder has moved Methodist church, who has been suf the deceased educator, says: I rat.e.l May
his .shop from Front street to. the old r..rhlfrom/ an attack of fever Is up "Mr. Mime was ono of the educational The recentIngislnlurepassed ''I the coming season
hose house on Reid street. again and left Wednesday for a giants of the state a man of that should be.belpfullo the dry ,
two weeks'visit at Hawthorne. Mrs. tine education and rare business cincts. of this county In caging -
W. !Williams and F. E. Reeder., Bell and the children accompaniedhim. training. The first real advance of blind tigers that Infest the :E everything in Ladies',
business of Welska
prominent men Brevard county lu educational matters and make the nights hideous
were In the city yesterday. dates from his election as Superintendent : drunken revelry. Gents' Misses' andChildrens'
I. Martin of the I. M.
Herbert Crook expects to leave tomorrow proprietor of Public Instruction. And there are some\ places ", ,
for a two week's pleasure Meyer Co., arrived In Palatka Tuesday $t. Lucie county (then a part of this law will be Invoked as
trip to New: York and liostou.Master and will be here some time. Brevard) owes to him In a large Its provisions become* known.
:Mrs. Martin and the little one did measure her excellent school system The law Is known as. chapter
Mechanic Oeo. Miller of not come with him, but are reported of the
and 86MJ
splendid buildings. and amends section
the. F. E. C. R'y shops at St. Augnstlii" us well and at their home In Brook ... ... ral statutes and reads... follows,look.'n
was a visitor in the city Sunday. 1)'n.N. Y. I
In counties
Prior-Melsom. Selling liquor or LOW CUT SHOES
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The :News has been Informed that
Mrs. H. A. Buky and Mrs. F. P. cincts voting against such my
DuPond are spending/ the week with the "Diavalo" whose arrest was The following: notice was taken Whoever sells or causes to be and 1m
relatives I and friends at Federal chronicled last week In Savannah Is from the Times-Union of recent date any spirituous vinous or malt I
Point. not the "Diavalo" who once figuredIn and concerns former residents of In any county or precinct which reductionof
Palatka. The Palatka "Diavalo," this city and county: voted .against the sale of such i will be sold at a
:Mr and Mrs. W. tt!: children have returned from awiek's wreck at Rome, :N. Y. IutSeptem/ the scene of a very pretty, but quiet the constitution of the state of 20%.
visit at the Seaside Inn, Uayt. White
ber. weddinga8o'olockyesterday afternoon -
ida, shall be punished by
.ma lieach. S. L. Brown, representing U. 1-:. when Miss Ida L. Melsom of merit not exceeding one year Wools ,
U, \V. Peer one of the beat known Thompson's stock brokerage ofilce Pulatkn" became the bride of !Mr. fine not more than one thousand Colors
huge growers of the Satsuma in Jacksonville, will be In Palatka Horace Prior Jr. of this city. The lars and the cost all(1 expell weight I
Hlghti! section was visitor In the some time trying to Interest our wedding wits a very quiet one owing/ the prosecution and
city yesterday.The people In minion stocks. He has to a recent death In the bridals:" family each case shall Include fifty 1
some propositions on which a gaud and attended only by Intimate which shall be paid to the person of 1
SHOE \STORE
residence and cottage of R. R. CITY\\
many people In this state have been friends of the young couple. nishing the testimony upon
Kirk land street haveI".n
Drakeman
on making good money.A. The bride Is an attractive young the conviction secured, and ,
newly painted and present quitea T. has the lady and has many friends who wish such expenses and costs !!
Browning purchased
nice appearance.Mrs. her a long and happy life. The
store and stock of J. H. Hlcken- the sum to be paid to the person HERBERT CROOK
: W. J. Carson and little son looper at Francis, and is going to groom is a well-known )'ounman nishing the testimony aforesaid Props
have returned. from a pleasant visit make a strong effort to build a of tnlscity. being a partner of the not be collected from the be ap
of three weeks In St. Louis Kansas bigger business. The Francis postonlce up firm of H. Priori Son, and he enjoysa persons who may be convicted
( It)' and Omaha.Mr. has been re-established and large acquaintance both among the provisions of this act the

: and Mrs. M. :M. Vlckers who the store will soon be on the new business men and friends. shall be paid by the county In
:Miss Belle McPherson, an intimate such conviction Is hiidns l In ,
hard surface
turnpike to Interlachen.
hnbeen spending a week at the friend of the bride was the brides :
Sraslile l Inn, Daytona Reach return- Dr. J. C. Davis a graduate opticIan maid and Mr. W. Samuel Brngir of cases.Tile same law provides
id home on Thursday. will be at the Arlington gtelln .
Charlottsvllle a close friend of to one furnishing ..
Mrs. Dr. E. \\'. Warren and Infant this city next Tuesday, and for one the groom, was the beat man. convict any any person of selling See our Hagnificent line of
week, and where he can be consulted After the wedding a supper was
child are expected home today froma without !license: I
for eye troubles. Dr. Davis has served at the home of the groom and I
two week s visit with :IrVar.-
visited Pnlatka before and has I Hi h-Grade Furniture Carpets
i PII'S sister Webster, Fla. verv was largely attended by friends of g ,
many) prominent citizens who will the young people. Immediately( after Played in Daytona. .
J. T.and I,. S. Johnson L. A. Wall cheerfully vouch for his skill In the supper Mr and Mrs Prior leftover The Patatka bans ball club Rugs Lamps and Crockery.
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and. 1". It. Ureen were among the treatment of defective vliion. the Seaboard for a trip north noon to .. / avail them ,
Dnytona yesterday
prominent Clrandin citizens seen otithe And .now It Is up to Putnam county and' will be at home at CIO \\est. in a with th' team tit *offer eti by I
game
r streets of 1'alatka this week. I :Monroe I The Price are KIG1IT.
to vote on the whiskey question.An street to their many friends place. Some 80 or morn ,
Uev. and Mri. L. R Lynn and the election has been ordered to beheld after August 2oth." enthusiasts and friends of the !

children. left on Tuesday for their the September/,; 3D for that players accompanied the Fin. I iCAPT. M. R. RYAN '10USE.Fl'Y.I!:! 1?,_
old 1 home in Tennessee where they purpose. The Palatka :News, pub- The Telegraphers Strike.The 1..lpwlth their voices. ,
will remain. for about three weeks.Cal. lished at the county seat, has come The team consists of F. ; art. eapres-
strike of PALATKA FLORIDA.
general telegraph ** ,
out in strong terms in favor of
b
Cftlne tat
and :Mrs. S. J. Ililbiirn have pro throughout the I P. Phillips, p; ; 11 '/ flan
hibition. The handwriting Is on the operators country :ld h; Chamberlln, ltd b, (:.. : ; :: r :;:: .
l--in spending the week at 'rateSprlugs.1'anu wall for the liquor trafllc in Florida bus cut 1'alutka. as well as other .. address -
ss Fuarnsldo. I. f Payne/ c. f;:
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: ; hut have now gone -Live Oak Democrat. Florida( towns, otf from communlca-I I
on ti IJlowfng!! Rock, North t'aro- lion with the outside world l exceptby tin, r. f. For Sale.
Ilim. Prof. J. Harden Brinson director mall. The game" resulted lu a, victory
of the business school of Rollins college -I The Palatka miuagcr of tho Western I i the 11,,).tOil" club by a score of 4 I.AHUO .
Cattle Feed of
1 and of
E. D. Dancy. prominent farmer of at Winter Park has been at the Union office Mr. Morgan --- --- -- Hog consisting! sweepings Hour
Orange: Mills, was In the city yester- Saratoga Hotel this week. Prof. slates that he cannot accept messages AUUO ARCH) A-UGO mashed cakes sugar, etc,. $1.50 per barrel (about 240
d I iy 1 talking up the bridge propoolti Brlnsou. was here for the purpose of except they be subject to dolay. : ARQO AKOO AUOO AROO or repair .
I :. Mr. Dnncy, like the people Interviewing prospective college and Manager Caine of I the 1'os- t : know what Ibs\ ) f. o. b. Jacksonville.
"g.'in' rally In his section. enthusiastic students and acquainting them with tHl-C'abel) Company is in the same 'IIx. Did you see that display of In the
for the bridge. ,the advantages offered by his school. II work In Heck's window? if not, years. Jacksonville Cracker

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Our connection with severaf large dry. goods syndicates gives us great advantages in buying and many articles '


are sold by us at the usual wholesale price. That is why we can offer you such great, bargains in the '


face of all advanced prices and that is what has built us up such a big trade. Our business is increasing '


daily and we expect to keep it on the increase. This is the greatest feast of Bargains of today. Everything '


at Reduced prices. Here are a few of our many great bargains: ..




Look at these Clearance Sale Prices. Just You will never get themagain at these prices. Notions Below. Factory prices. '

think of it I
88 In Indian Heat, sold for 15o everywhere at . .. loa Hooks '
and Eves with a hump and . .. .
Ladleslileached Vests taped .. . . fca A F C Ulngham. . . .. . .f:;. .... . .. 100 flood Safety Pins . . . Invisible. . . loops.. .... ..at.. '. . 20 20 ,
:25c Ladies Host-( nt.. . . . . ... . . . IB Fine Linen Finish Ulnghams at . . .. . .. . . 8'ic Pearl Buttons a t.. ....... . .. . .. .. .. ... bio. *onnauo ,
Ladles /Silk LiiilH Gnuye HI Be at ., . 210:! You pay 121,0: I for them everywhere and they are worth It. Worth everywhere I 6 to lOo. .

Hold everywhere at 85c. Fancy;: Lawns worth 6 to IUa go at . .. . ... ... 4a5o Perl I-ti. sEnibd'yFloss perskeln. .., .. .. . .. . So
r: A good luck Towel at 4c each, or per doz . . . ... 4;c Our too Fancy LR'lIsCo/ n.t. . . .. . .. . ... . H'JO t I> M C Kmbd'y Floss per skein. . .. .. . .. . ... .. 20 ,
Cheaper than witch rags; good for everything. Handkerchiefs :ijo and up.

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\ Come every day. The goods must be sold as we need the room and money for our BIG FALL STOCK which


will be in close competition to any city, and we have marked the prices to move them quickly and it'is BIG


MONEY SAVED to all who come. Many of these great bargains are, being closed out daily--some re sold


completely out the first day, so come early and get your choice. REMEMBER, this is the last sale of the season


and goods are going up daily.SATURDAY. '




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