The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00088
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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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Davis: Cypress Tank Factory Conductor Pratt Deal Meets Active Canvas tf County Be

Proposed New Railroad to Start New Machinery Awful Death-His Burial gins-Monster.Picnic

Connect Palatka & Ocala. This Week. in This City. at Edgar.

Thnt n railroad would Boon ba The Cl. M. Davis &: Bonn. cypreeg Pratt. Dnal second son of B. A. From, now until the polls close on
Two Great Suit built to oon Pub Ililuclly anil Ocala tank factory, for mAny years n I nailing Deal of Miami and granduon of the I the lioth Inst, the committee In
haa long been (he opinion of prominent ; Palatka. luduntry and which wan late W.Pratt, pioneer publisher ofPalatka charge of the campaign for a dry
I business men of Pulntka. That reduced I to ashei on the nlfrhli of was killed In a railway collision county will conduct a vigorous ,canvas
their opinion was well founded U. March lltli, In.t, entailing A IUHM of ono mile south of Trilby last for votes.
now npparnnt, as witness the following over $rjONlO U. afrnln doing buslncsH, Saturday night. His body was The campaign began with the present
from the Ocala correspondence and In new and nnlarK d qunrlRrf., brought to this dry on Monday and week, when all day basket picnics -
to the Times-Union of Wodnnsdaylast The new factory occupies all of remained at the homo of his aunt, have lieon. held at Welaka and
I .t"A book 6-1. situated directly IIOI'OHH the Mrs. A. U. Phillips until the funeral. JOdtcar with another for today atBostwlck.
now 1'lIlIro"d--th" Ocula A. O. L.. tracks from Its old site. from St. James M. K.: church on .
Northern la now applying/ for lot- The liicreitneil KfuinJ space Rives Tuesday afternoon. Last night ft public meeting was
tern patent, and this company menus the firm ample room for atouklnp; Deceased was a conductor on the held at Pomona hall at which members
Opp.ortunities bUBluesB. and the economical handling of a fast Seaboard Air Line freight train of the committee from this city
"J. Walker of Fort McCoy, laIn large. amount of the high duns lumber b.tween'l'amp" arid Jacksonville. were also present.At .
charge of the. construction work, which enters Into Its product. On the night of the accident ho was Welaka an all day basket picnic -
! and snys that the roadbed la already The factory proper occupies the riding on the locomotive, it Is presumed was held on Tuesday with a good
completed for ten miles. eastern end of the lot and Is l a high, to assist his engineer; (who attendance though the day was
Mr. E. 1>. Kent. president of the woll-llghted and airy frame structure was new to the road) in becoming showery Dinner: was served under
Offered toy our proposed new company, la at present 154 x 0-i feet in sUe: with a winK acquainted with the route. Ihe accident the trees. Capt. Cauova'a launch
i working on a roadbed from Silver 4:1: x GO feet. Tho machinery such occurred at the crossing of the was chartered and took up the speak
Springs northward, having as Its objective as must be peculiar to the class of A. U. Hi. track one mile south of Tril ers from this city among whom were
; point Orange/ Springs/ which ;work turned out, la all new and ol by. A long freight train of the A. C. Revs. L. R. Lynn and J. F. Bell and
la located In the extreme northeastern the latest design with self-oiling L. was passing over the crossing .Messrs. H. K. Merryday and W. U.Tllghman .
part of Marlon county and on bearings, and was made In Chattanooga when the Beaboard:: train swung Mrs. H. O. Hanim and,
Summer Clean Up Sale. an almost airline between Ocala and especially. for Davis & Sons.Kaon :: 'round -tho curved approach and Miss Emma Creekman.
i Palatka. This road we understand of the several rrunt; and pow slowed up. The Seaboard engineer, The all lay picnic at Kdgar on
will be culled Into requisition by the erful machines Is. run by Its own thinking: that the entire train hud Wednesday was a well-planned and
Ocala Northern and It la alHO stated motor, the power for all of which is crossed. puMied! ahead and ran into monster allalr. Fully BOO people
though nob olllcIaUy, that the Ooalo conveyed from the Seldeu Cypress some Hut cars. The engineer nnd were present during the day, many
Northern has scoured the roadbed of i Door Company's'factory. The or- fireman had time to jump but Mr. coming In from Johnson and other
I There tire but two prices: E-I tho Silver Springs:: and Western road rangement is perfect and the new Deal was caught and scalded to death.Ho nearby places. The tables were lad
and will tine that as a connection between factory stnrtu with a capacity of lived several hours after being en with good things to eat and everyone
PJUCE NO.. i.-Your choice of any suit in the house for $15. the one now belng.conntruct mahlng; tanks to aggregate 100,000 rescued and was conscious to the bad a good: time. I;'. H. Vause,
In I the northern portion of tho county
galons per day. last. managar of the Kdgar Kaolin company
PRICE NO. :2.-Your choice of any suit in a lot otsso suits for $10 I and"The Ocala.people In the section of The oilioe is large and well lighted 1>11'. Dual made his home In Tampa.He acted as master of ceremonies
with space for a commodious leaves a wife who was a Mins and addresses were made by Rev. L.
country proposed to be traversed by which Is, soon to be installed, and in Mabry, n sister of Rev.V.. K. U. K. Lynn Judge M. I. Coxa, Rev.
Suits to at #15 solil at #18 to #30.
The formerly the new road will tiall with delight
I. go which the records will hereafter Mabry, former pastor of St.:: James J. F. Boll and Mr. W. CJ. Tllghman.Mrs. .
and great satisfaction this new venture have fire proof receptacle. II. O. llamni and Miss Kmmn
The Suits to ixt #10 formerly sold at #15. I the best lands to be found church.
go as The bands and lugs and all other Deceased was In h 1s 30th.year. Ila Creekman of this city contributed to
In the state will be tapped by It* In Iron stock Is kept in the old stock was born tind rearndln this city and the entertainment! of the plcnlonrs
Every Suit in this great sale was made for this season and all embody Its route from Ocala to Palatkn. room on the original fnotoiy site. was known and esteemed by n large/ with muslo and recitations. It was
"The Ocalu Northern has as Ita This stock room, It will be remembered Ills father was day and full of,promise for an
style feature' now in vo ue. They were made by America's Finest terminal Ocnla and Jackson circle of friends. a big
eve/y points the old
is the only part of the of the Plant Immense dry majority.
'l'ailorsHchloR1= Bros and A.It Kirschbnum &; Co.-and are Absolutely the ville. The Ocala Northern has secured plant not destroyed by the fire. System long and Falatkn afterwards agent of the A. C. Next week will bu an active one In

Finest Summer Suits ever tailored for the ready-to-wear trade. The business splendid via facilities the 86. Johns for handling river The U. M. Davis A Sons' tanks are r.. He is now auditor of the Florida the dry campaign and the lollowlnftmoetlllll's
1 all sections of the United
known in Kant, Coast Hallway's Key West extension have been arranged for:
stock is big,now and the early customer Gets the first (imb to Palatka, thence by "rail to this States:: east. of the Mississippi river, with headquarters at Miami. Tuesday, "Sept.' 10th-Night meetIng -
and Intermediate points and In many foreign: counties. The A brother of deceased B. A. Deal jr., at Satsuma.:: Hlghts.
fire which destroyed this great plant lives at Valdosta Uu. The widow, Wednesday. llth.-Fish fry and
LETTER TO W. H. COOK. in one night was everywhere looked the father and brother were present picnic at Georgetown.
upon as a disastrous blow to Indus at the funeral which was conducted- Thursday, 12th.: -Basket picnic at
fj .. The Sale Opened Ptdatka Florida. trial Falatka, and one from which by MBV. Wm. Wyllie of St. MarksrIn Pen lei.
Dear Sir: Todd-&: Downing, contractors the city would not soon recover. the absence of the pAstor The Friday, IBth.-Night meeting at
and builders Morgan. City, Hut it has recovered, thanks to the interment was In the family lot at Grand In.
La have painted Devoe for II\ or 4 energy of Mr. Howell A. Davis, its West View cemetery. Tho body was The following week picnics have so
MONDAY AUGUST 19th veara. They say It tnkea loss gallons enterprising head. The factory today escorted to this city by acommltttea far been arranged for at Bannervllle
Devoe than of any other paint they has double the capacity of a of the Order of Railway Conductors, on the 17th, and at Tnterlaoheu on
have-used. That menus I that a job year ago and what Is better still, it of which deceased was a member.St. the 18th. Col. S. J'. Illlburn expects
coat less with Devoo; not only for Is so located us to be able to still Johns Lodge K. of P. attended to take part in the campaign during;
and continues until September 15th. During this same period we will also paint, for labor as wel further Increase Its capacity when the funeral in a body and made up this week and from thence on to the
line of They paint nothing else, Devoo exclusively. ever there ig a demand for the Increase1. an escort to the grave. where the close of the campaign.
An separate"
have a TWO PRICE PANTS SALE. elegant !. Pythian ritualistic ceremonies were

trousers at Unheard of Bargains. 200 pairs at #1.50 per leg, and one They have said nothing about the The factory well-seasoned starts np lumber with u and big Impressively road by Acting Prelate Holliiter's Dry Picnic.

!j other big lot at $2.00 per }('g. These pants formerly sold at from #3 to #8 per t'; others comparative; oversight wear, may of be Devoe; perhaps and stock large/ of number of orders. I Pursley. The people of Hollister who are interested

that Hut Devoe la the I A Fiend At Large.A In drlvlnthe! saloon abomination
pair. Come while the stock is complete- means come early. too soon for that.
Out. of Putnam met together
that's why least gallons Time to Speak out county
strongest ;
We are sole agents in Palatkn, for. the famous Holeproof Hosiery. II'iL' ; best wear, same time reason.between Least jobs. Editor FALATKA NEWS vard posse county of were armed In citizens Palatka of Tuesday Hre- day. After at a basket dinner picnic all repaired last Satur:: to

coat and longest It was my pleasure to spend a day morning looking for a negl'onlll11e" the Baptist church where short addresses
We sell it under this guarantee: Yours truly DIJVOE & CO at our county site a short time since Dun Anderson, who criminAlly were made by Judge M. I,
40 F W when I heard the feasibility of the assaulted Mrs. Walters at Pln- H. E. and W. O.Tilghmnn. .
will Coxe, Merryday
We Guarantee that these six pairs. of Holeproof Sox or Stockings t' --- bridge project discussed at some ella on Thursday lost. There was also vocal

need no darning for six months. If they should, we agree to replace them by ; Key West Extension length by many number prominent of citizens brilliant The story of the assault Is one of music by Mrs. H. O. Hamm and W.U. .
among them a the most revolting In the criminal whom also
the latter of
surrender of the purchase ticket with the worn pair and one members of the Florida bar. Tllghman
new ones, upon Souvenir Post Cards annals of Florida. entertained the people with several
provided they are returned to us within six months from date of sale i! It snemed to bethegeneral opinion It is reported that Anderson arrived of his Inimitable recitations. Phonographic
of the
coupon, dif that the rural population at New Smyrna:: In a box car, music by E. T. Lancaster
to the wearer. Just published, Thirty-two county was lukewarm on this great; from which he escaped though the another feature.
views of the most This fact 1 could not dIHl)'. l'I'as
ferent photo question. station ngent had been notified that enthusiastic and
The meeting was
Tills Uuarautea la made with tho distinct understanding that nil the hose In each box wonderful railroad in the world, On receiving a copy of the circular lie was probably in the car. He was those who were present felt from the I
must.be worn by une person only. Therefore each lot must consist of one size.We E- over the Florida Keys from Miami letter sent out by the Falatka Hoard later located at Glencoe, 5 miles show of interest taken in this con
of Trade, and reading the same again: west of New Smyrna, where he secured : that Hollis
are also solo agents for Peters Brotherhood Overalls, and the to Key West Complete set post- in the last issue of your psper I resolved a change of clothes and shoes test ter precinct for a better could county be relied upon to

celebrated Sweet-Orr Overalls! acknowledged to be the finest made inAmerica. paid fdr One Dollar. Money re'unded to put myself on record at from another negro. He was traced roll up a big majority for the dry
",,, on reI}nest. once. By all means let us have the a few miles out from Ulencoe, and side.
t'; bridge. I need not recite Its advantages. there the troll was lost.
C. B. PENNOCIC, Let everyone read the circular It Is said that fully IKK) ) determined LAKE COMO.
Remember the Dates of this Big Sale. letter carefully and then dncldu. men are scouring the woods of V'olusia -
Box 491. Miami, Fr.. The hard road from Falatka to Interlaohen county for this fiend and that 1>11'. and Mrs. D. B. Raybon have
J-0-it. will be a great thing for quick work will be made of him in returned from Waycross and Hor-
this county. Don't think it Is not the event he Is captured. tense Ga., bringing a little cousin
going to benefit you because it Is not Private telegrams from Cocoa on with them They had a most delightful
A Mans: House in your part of the COllot)'. A.county Wednesday announce the fact that visit.
Is a little republic. Nothing cnn be there is now no definite trace of the I
done for the benefit of one portion of but the citizens of Brevard I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dusenberry entertained
Fearnside Clothing Is His Castle the county that It does not benefit negro county are In hopes that the people party of young folks re
the whole. It you cannot aid this of Florida will come to their aid In cently. Dancing whiled away the
bridge project in any other way, at capturing this monster. Anderson hours.

It should ba fortified, protected least give It your moral support.O. Is described as follows: Weight Horace Prior of Jacksonville was
with good paint. Ten houses are W.BALDWIN. about 15O) pounds; height: D feet U or a recent visitor In the village. He
Melrose, Sept. 4th, 11)07.INTERLACEEN email\ foot. illnAHAof .
Company inches: Roman nose wna i.nllarl hmila nwino fn hhA
from not '
burnt by decay, '
up wears 5'' shoe, mulatto said to be : his wife, who is -i ) rte-tluu improving. .
being properly painted everyone ITEMS.
born and raised In Uanford.:: .
that !I.detitioycd by fire. And yet it The Olenooo who assisted ;j
but littl to keep.a house well of Falatka suiting negro The many friends of Mrs. K. F.
contfl 1>1.-A. Baker was Anderson to 'a change of clothes has
eileitlcei Florida. painted, if the rifjlit kind of paint on friends Wednesday, having been arrested and Is In jnil at New Sullivan regret to hear that she is BOIII I
!I. used. The bent painter in the Dome out ro Bee after his home place Smyrna. atNorthport, L. I. She has been
world cannot do a good job with at Pleasant Valley. confined to her bed for several weeks.

poor paint, but give .a good painter The Social Club met with Mrs. KEUKA. Claude Monjar lost his fine and
Merritt Corthell on Thursday' afternoon valuable horse "George." He has '
.' All ladles who enjoy needle The Angel of Death has entered the sympathy of his friend as it ,j
1' 9' 1' $$ 9' PATTON'SPAINTS work and a (rood book are most cordially our community and taken from us 'along breaks up a beautiful team of \
Invited to join. suffering: invalid Mrs. B. J. horses. Kvery' effort was made to ; .
Fred Newcornb who has been here Drew. Death was not unexpected ; save his. life but to no avail. He also -
for some time visiting friends and for'years she has been sulTerer from had a fine bird dog;, which was
i --- ---- elatlves, left Friday fur Kingston.; an internal cancer but her patience bitten by a "moccasin" and the dog ,
(.uz.q; .7.i.I..1 JJJL"lLll"IL'1Pee'rless Mrs. J. Wlmberly was plensant.y was unexcelled and her devoted died in agony in several hours. ;
FOR SALE reminded by friends that she had husband and children and all who Mrs. Elite Kelly left Wednesday : ...
passed another. milestone on the knew tier will miss her more than for Studdgarde Arkansas where
and will surely eet a job that high road of life by some very pretty we can tell. She was the mother often she has accepted a position In tho
you of whom several could
will look well and wear" ...11. and useful gifts ami a happy so- children, schools.

and Unimproved Land They arc economical paints be* cial day. riot telegrapher's be: summoned strike.on account Rev. of Town-the Mr. ,and Mrs. Claude Monjar, Per

ProcessArtificial Improved cause they over so much more Mrs. D. At. Uorthell assisted by send of Interlachen performed the cy and Miss Cleo, Mr. and Mrs. O. U,
entertained at
much longer
and so Merrttt
surface wear !Mrs. the
last sad rites. The grief stricken Sullivan:: attended surprise party
In Doth City and County. titan ordinary paints. They whose are dinner' Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Htlles. family has the deepest sympathy of given for Mr. and Mrs.: ":". Eaines
/ old by reputable retailers The Masonic Lodge of this city the entire community. of Pomona In honor of the 4th anniversary
business exintence depends upon will remove some time this month of their marriage. A moat
the continued pationage of satis their old hall to their line School opened Monday with a fair Muslo
from evening was spent.
Stone Walls ti.d0" .... Get Color Cards In the enrollment and the usual promise of enjoyable
for them
Strunz lodge room prepared to by the giaphaphone and piano, dancing
"more come.
Henry and Information. from Francis building corner of Jioylston and social chat, passed away the
Copings and Steps and Frnspect street. The reception given last Saturday evening. Delicious ice-cream and

for t Pal atka. Florida A k rrnall-8tewun Dru O.p"lltka. O. The surprise party given by the of by the Mlsa town Mary, proved O'Haver one to of the the ladles most cake were; served.

Cemetery young men at the DeTllla home in enjoyable features of the season. It I The Como-Pomona cemetery committee
- -- Florida."m'mmmmmmm". honor of Miss Alma vraa a very enjoyable was given from four to six p. m., and gave n lawn party at All-
Work andWater atfatr, the surprise feature the time passed all too quickly. The View house; boating fishing, recitations
+ being a success the toe-cream and muslo furnished was especially en and singing were enjoyed. Ice
Tight Vaults lribe examine '", cake good musle and games pleasing I joyed and dainty refreshments were cream and cake w.ere on sale during;
Call and -- the hour late when the last
and served In the way of Ices and cakes. the afternoon
a specialty. PVBLICCLirCKCorrespoiscB( FIRE j| goodnight was said. Each guest was presented with a fan Then was not any preaching In
Sand from tin Interlachen Qravel as a souvenir ot the occasion. ..
M. E. church
the Sunday m. owing
For estimates ; ; Piquard'sHandPainted == Iimireyour property. uHiUimt fir.. :::::: Company is being shipped this week Urand: Mrs. Will King of Kdgar to the Intense heat, llev. Morris
prices or
Yccai H. Flnley Tucker =3Insurance. to Tampa and Sttnford, ordered by spent Sunday with Mrs. King's parents noc feeling strong enough to attend.
apply toG \Vitl!) ? 3pp. the Atlantic Coast Line, for. their Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller.M. HI* health is. much improved but
= = own use In concrete work. A. Baker ot Palatka was with the last few days of lutensa heat,

or 0. PETRE HOWAKDWATCHf := .Court Hau o, Pulutkn Flu... =3 U. O. Berklemann went to Ucala us one day last week. has weakened him.
,, -- Saturday-combining O'Haver has returned
on business Miss Mary Miss Llbblo Halght led the Kp-
/ E Real Estate Bargain* 13::: with business, a pleasant visit ovtr to Jacksonville after spending a worth League meeting: !Sunday; eve

P lltklFJ IIIJuccuratS1.lii i ) < China. :::: No.<-Ton-room,9-ntory hoime, :::: Sunday.with his sister, Mrs. OeorgeHuttrlns. month's vacation with her parents. ning.

!' JlJtfiJr.1rJ'Tt'jf'Jt'tn.lJrn'Jti1 \ l know that := corner lot UAxllB*chtfap for vn.l". ::::: W. R. Massey's beautiful horse, Rev. Earle D. dim. Is giving; a series
: :!: I uapeuureo have!the right lime to j No.8. -Two-lit or-jr houno on the The Severn storm on last Sunday Dixie is suffering from an Injured of lectures in the Baptist church,
,you I' HolKhtfl. Jurit Mi* eiuniKh out of ZH afternoon played havoc with the foot caused by; .stepping on a nail! beKlnnlngVednasd"y evening.;
:>,. -
Shoes Free I itblt,and haitttntaffMCML, SMITH =-= ct>xii: <". 'Till property, Koott ropuli niunt'*tw. onhl Lot _-.. that had been erected on Rotten very serious. The horse is Attack of Dlarrha* Cured by On DOM
wI"{ -'''!.I == Outfit m> will N,*ll nt A niirHHln, = Row. well-known as one of the finest in Chunberlaln'sColIc.. Cholera
l biilHnua .lit Inwtnllmo -
purti'niili nn<
I 'liowar. l == 11 ti*. ?. Mri. E. A. Brush has returned the, country. and lalThll1lllte..ady..

To every child born in Putnam Watch- { I No, 11 room* =-= from a month sojourn In Atlanta Lain Back. I was so weak from an attack of diarrhoea
County tho 1007 that ,_, .6n1-'-" ; "'; "I.I'Iu"h,\ rmnu, pan try, and Augusta, Georgia. XlssBessIaLyon This la an ailment for which Chamberlaln'lI that I oould scarcely attend to my
during year ,"U.I'J..I"" cloiwt.oto. Annex, with 3 uloe'IMIU = retiirn..d-Wlth her. MUs Lyon
== when I took dose ot Cb.mberlaln'
duties, 1\ -
is brought to before two '2 .OIJ84l' The Jeweler I .AMU, ll....n nod niitltdilNMBi. loOt Mrs. Brush In the post Pain Balm has proven especially
store will assist
my ::i ,... Oolia Cholera and Diarrhoea
11.'."'" ft. ,...I ,"' 0. 1.1" = valuable. la almost every Instance 1C
months old, I: will Rive ita first 9r' ))3. == .,,,... .. .. ,, ottlce. Miss Hattie Fraser .leaving fronts prompt and permanent relief. 1, Remedy It nured me entirely and 1
r$35 10 $110 .. .... / It. v..lua, = for Jackson Miss., where she
Pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY} 8 / ...: (I. boUIiM"t b,1 soon school.Q. Mr. Luke LaUrange of Orange Mian. had, beon taking other medicine foe nine
** will attend some
FREE.< ....-&.,:} E No.H.-5 AU'08 of ff iu-w| lun.l.. IMUoriinge :: nays of tt. .After using a plaster andother days without relief. 1 heartily recora-
'__ :. y. -) Palatka, == trwn()1"'dIIII"' .. ."hoxwn luMty =_: X Vanlnnliigham and fiimlly reruedlwB far three weeks foe a mend,thll remedy as being .tbe beat to
rlo iklnt
hnun ov
__ iMtuutirululenr-nr) l-ntury ..r Inkeia town have moved from the west nU to, lame back I purchased a butU._ot my knowledge for bowel oomplalnte.B .-
William M. Curry 5 e.nd tor c."QP' f'1a.nI.RT == of Keuka only fl.mo. :: the Heights having recently bought, Chamberlain'* Palo Bilro, and two applications U. BTCWAB.T ot the firm of titewart
IIU AIW'S bookon.HOW.AW.AI'CHI .. the property known us th" Windlsoh I I effected a eure." !Hold'! byAokermanStewmrt & Bro., Greenville. Ala. For sale by

The Man With Shoes : !. Fla. JUmmmlU immUi Um It place. Drug Co. Ack8lrman-Ste"lort Drug Co,

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; PA\.ATKA NEWS The Tallahassee True; Democrat A Crestfallen Inipaotor. f',; 'H'-'P'- ,'=. ,"(-/"III l ,
evidently doesn't think much of the it'll (Connor Ml.ii'U-i I i -IL Time Fung -", '
t tw.
testimony given by Ex-Gov. Jennings I this! ('oiintrx' h,> was nl'uPIIUII"l1
Entered at the Palarka postofllcoas What New Stock
u i' ,'''11"'\ .. I ''Imio! n ml in tt.MJ.Irdi fl,
mailable matter of tb. second before the I. I. Fund Investi- I )
II i'i.. ., ,"' "I' ".' u .' :,. of III' F. A. Go.Dealer
olaas. gating Commission, as witness the ifierryday
Garden Seeds
I .
I I hln"''" "rn b ,11111. The imtomsiiiuilgrrtt

Pjlilished: at Palatka. Fla., on following from Its issue of last week :: Give 'Em i LI,r:, \ \boo (i1l'1I \\i.to. n'K' > I 11I 1/1

Fridays byRUSSELL. ex-OoveriiorJenitings"The funny testimony last given week before by The ""' I impM I ,OH.: ('IIIl'Cully took the for Planting. 1 In /

East (. I "s nid' 'Mini ol, tin- IIK'II! 'CUIneso Fal u
A VICKERS. the I. I. Fund Investigating: I I
Commission with I th I I lit'' 'iii mi board 'I'blsu'eca.r:

w.. A. KU8SFLL. tilut and everlastingly has exposed been completely and con shows I \. ,in, to mi'l' out ""Ill deported or prices are /is low I Crate Materialof ,I

troverted by the testimony of Col. cent on '''''('-'' notv koiiii-" (Vluctlnl' from seeils of equal high I ; !
8. I. Wailes, who appeared before the year t tliii; a I iinllti' ), !>;>' jolnhiK too uicr-
THE OBJECT OF the Commission and furnished that temporary I !. aIhoy ciuno nshore after tflk- '\''quality can' be sold.
PROHIBITION. body with many Interesting and pertinent who equipped, : ; ce''em: itilous farewell of their dls. all Kinds. j\\

facts during the early part of feel conntrj man. half an hour We handle absolutely jFrult
DOR. HRRRICK 1OIIXBOX. this week. Tile of I
appearance several .. titter Wu and Ills friends bad
f that not
witnesses, some of them newspaper nothing Ill .

This la another point where much and
struction on board one of Wu's secretaries
has been made to ; men, who were unable quite L
fog gather. Multitude been l'
of men refuse to VOte for prohibition naturally, to testify of their own horbitant.. because of personal knowledge: concerning matters really I) ""I1In.lnnk'l1ou a customs ui* from 1
widespread, but $tho cbpiee3tNorthern
false. notions as to Its object. of common report which they the lug either : Kulzed him by the arm and Vegetable k L

(a) One misconception I Is that had published or commented upon, of I him buck on tho wharf Stock Seed

prohibition alms to "make peopltigood relating. to sacrifice sales of public our I .. you, John? I no taker
by law." The changes have land by the 1. I. Hoard, to get money of I he you no can come back. Who for seed purposes and
constitute I

been many rung actually upon believe this that charge prohibi until_! schemes to sluk has In caused.Everglade the JennlugsBroward drainage- we are belong some girls said with the Inspector whom he emIlI< i I'II,I suited to the most critical I-I I Wraps. j

tion's object I is "to coerce men to "subsidized l>r..ss" occasion I" talking. Market and Oar- @ .
virtue "to reform men from without Tor much self-congratulation but the
; Tact remains that some at least ofthese publisher, Chinese shook loose the inspect den Trade.
: "to purify the streams to the :
other .
hold the looso sleeve of his Palatka Florida.
neglect of the fountain;" mid, think- newspaper men witnesses were would be ou
ing the method false, they shout. able to-and did-name to the Commission either 5 I) rob and with quiet dignity rO ( ,

"Away with it I"! OL the coutrarV.there numbers of persons cognizant III : 1 1j
is not a of the facts from whom full Uoleuco Is sir -
man among prohibitionists to force a unnecessary AckermanStewartDrug :
cherleh hIlt thl.. delusion-not and complete information could be- service my name Is a matter of 110 Inter D -

one! The object is neither and has perhaps been-procured. reasonable I am member of his Co. -,- '---,- ,--- ,--- ,
expressed 101. -' --
nor implied in action or platform. Truth Is mighty, and will prevail .. .. 1 -
suit I board this
It IH not In fact nor In e1TecteIthein If not now, then some time In
the future" an to leave this country never Portable Saw Mill Outfitsthe
the rincipleor: poliuyotprohibl.! \ they must 1'aliitka Florida.
...... ... ,, i hope. to return. ,
LlUU. "' IHU."V" ''''U resrrlc- make n
1 tive not reformatory. Its aim i Is lion. Syd L. Carter chairman of customs Inspector In utlll on
to earth Engines and Boilers and all kinds
test of
but never since! ban he tried on Wood WorkMachinery
). guard rights riot to I -
produce rlffhtuousiiess. existence m
the Legislative commission Investigating I
g No advocate of prohibition that they I funny with a Chinese gentleman. inK and Mill Supplies. We carry large stock and cnn
\ the I. I. Fund, has announced frnitritMOai. *_"*nIL Write for illustrated
supposes tlmt it is join to mnk make immediate shipment. catalog.Ve
/ rights and --- .o .
virtuous that no more testimony will be taken 1 I ; OF ELECTION. can
a man by taking the liquor property ,, NOTICE save you
saloon out of his path. It I is not and that no further Information will* Bradford (; I. money.
framed to reform the but toprotect 1 .UEUJlIATIH Votli I: : r ulven Unit In jiiimnnnco' I Address all letters to .
man : : :
be given out. "The public he soys pains or Irritation exist ou to nn : iiituli liy t lie Jtniml of bountyiftiiiulH ,
society Information will The Ways any (' In anil, .! fur I'utimiii (
1 "will have to wait for the report of of the body the application ot Bel \ ; n
come through other processes anil KlorMii. N'rl'f ,,. I In milil County It i1 -
agencies !hut the law will !give reformation the investigation until the legislature the Snow Llnlm ,ut gives prompt re Htutu, (Iii AuuiiKt, A. I).* ', Malsby Co.
l E. W. Su'.llvau, Prop. Pulllvan nit nli'dlou will I I lhl.OrJ In rutnaiu Uounty:
a better chnnce. : of the state passes it." state : < ,
upon by norltll.onU"
Are we to be told because advocate ] El llono. O. T., writes June 0. : .
we - tlon I" or aitll DAY OK SEPTEMbER, A. 1..111. Forsyth'.,
u law prohibiting gambling : I tafce pleasure In reoominnndlnK toclnrlilo wllutherthe aiie or .
houses that WP are seeking "to Tobacco growing Is proving\ Immensely to them.that Snow Liniment to all who are lil. iltui'e. WlilPH or 13,',',r ullllll IHI Intoxtcatlilf prulllhltiHIn I : Atlanta, Georgia.

coerce men to virtue," and "to reform s profitable to the farmers of than with rheumatism It is the Kttlil Uimut.v. Anil i ito rollnnliin IIIIIIIMiiermniH 1
that remedy I have found that gives I Im- WOMI, hy tfalil Jloaril, liplwlntiil" In-
men from without and not Madison, Jefferson, Leon and Gads-
or the epnet.sleiiui, IOl rKiiorvh<|.tl<>li peetUely)'. --. -
from within?" Doe relief. !>5o. GOo all (1.00. t licidl niul t'otiilut't, tit elitutloa In tho '
my advocacy den counties, and the thisVeAl' building For
of the evil enactment concerning the crops to by Ackerman-Stowaart Drug Co. mvunil Preflnela I In ulj Oounty..to-wl'I U. LUPXH tSAir.CV, J. Hccy.andTrea Watrsa HrTLIAIII1l'r.sidt'ti *. )
are said to be better than were j
r --- For Dlatrlrt 1.
Sabbath expose me to the charge ol dence of MO New and Up-to-Date .
seeking! "to make people ever before raised. Cotton growingIn IlitUt For Hridge.Pnlntka Fr.l Aniliinon' W.O. Noroll. J. W. Co Ie -
good by have I his : iiiul c. It. ('iii niboril GI Co I
The Bailey
law. "to purify the stream to the i that section Is rapidly giving" wayto in public Florida. Auuuxtsiit. lieu?. k For 18lrl"t No..Iork.,. Loper Furniture and
neglect of the fountain?" Who ', uropoHiilH for t ito ( omttructlnn of a
cxpeta -
to take the this Infinitely more profitable crop merely ) 'o'u'r (ii.. Mt Jolu tic HIviT lit Puliilkli, J. f. Yarn. K. tf.Ama5leO.J.Tuckerafld' Furnishing Goods
love of money out and hundreds of farmers who were sary or 'i-inilnty, -'Iorhil. ulll )M) rtrpl\i 8. K. Cnu.y. clerk.. Fire Insurance: .ouse
of l11..n'a hearts by shutting up th. tool of HIP i Lion rut or (2' prices
(rambling saloons Who expects to poor ton years ago are rich today demand ,I \ (JOt,tty. Floililil.I : up ::I ;: AVrlnht. H.H. (10"'..Jlliiios. (lulu, Jr.. very
(Cmii A. 1> tuna and
1IHI7 litul American Foreign
make : Leading
men wholly observe Uocl's day through! raisinII' tobacco Cotton Ian and they tt I anil J. Mu. N. llurd.clcTk.For Go to

by a Sabbath law? That Is not th. necessity, tobacco a luxury. unless anil Hpuclflontlona innv Ix NPIHI, t- HlHlrlct No. 4.
object In either case: nor is the malting Nearly :all i anil found on 'llln nt tlKoinuu tif the H.It. Tlrvaut W. M. WllllliniN, L. J. MoIjWKl.iiiul Companies
or I h,'Circuit Court i>r Coiin- A. (I. lIlHuock.clurk.
men "good" the object of the The I'ensacola Evening News of necessity I ",". ut t tie L'oirt l'lIU'. R. S. Mooney
loUH J'"lllk" .
prohibition of the liquor traffic. and ; ; For l>l trlct No.6.R
last Saturday contained an immense they : : '1 bo nocomimn- Dinenlierry.' W. n. Palmer! Accident Insurance: ,
THE PERSONAL: LIBERTY PLEA.b with all propo.nllu.t lf lf"lii : .011
amount of high-class prohibition i a o.UI.u! tlo Bum of One )', stud 1>, Ji. Knybon, rle'k. I'alatka.-FlorlJa.
( ) A second l misconception of and .' I i",(.>IMI,). For L'istrlctNuin6.t _,
I the object of prohibition 1 is.. that it literature as well as many other up- pIe are buia.Hoard ro."rn"llo Hunt to reject any '. O. Mld..toll. J. P. Ileuent T. A. Hart The Travelers of Hartford e. -

seeks to strike the Individual to Invade to-date new features. Its advertising In, I.. (1. H'JP'U SH. 'and W. I. clerk. '. Undertaking and

his rights to enter his home space was all taken and the management country. "" Hoard of County Uommlololer For DIstrict No.7.- Embalming.,
I' and to compel him to stop drinking.But line of """ County. FlnrltliiJliHKPU!, H. A. IU II..\) W.Olallulll.G.A. Owlfreyantl Life Insurance:
this Is not Its stated that for the first which can PRICE, (J. \V. Cox, xurwaii
object. Surely we Clerk DmminiVjj:
with time since assuming charge it had the For Platrlct No.8.K. |
may say every possible euiplmsU The Old Reliable "Germania(
this Iss not Its object. Prohibition that day been compelled to turn are largely ot Application for Tax Ie d. aunt. W.J no.HOWl A.4rui ley, J.)W., cluik.I Kytn, W.;.' F. Koucro. ; William G. Fuller'Chiropodist

alms at thing not a man. It hardly I a Is that .
; down several advertisements. Editor hereby given So- For THntrlct. No. Life" of New York
means the drink-shop first and last which D
; purchaser of tax certlllcate
and all the time. It would Crawford is making an ideal Instances JuUuUllall. H. !Dro nlng,J. I'. liav- ,
smite dated the ilil day of A. D. k.
tralilo, not a personal Indulgence; evening pnper of the newsy kind. edly many has fie said Apr1.my of IIU.II< For mutrlct< )No. lo. Marine Insurance: l Graduate of Belmont School .

annihilate !grour-shops, not Invade der the and rondo application fur tax 8.3. ".r\ll. F F, Tunny Ceo. of Chiropody, 711 Boy is ton Bt.
homes. If, In abolishIng the saloon Claude L'Kngle has capital t issue In accordance with law. and E.5'. 11 lrd. clerk. Wlkln.on. Boston, Mass.
graciously con !
prohibition does sometimes touch a prlses. and embraces the For DllUlot ?(o. 11. The Leadimg CompaniesAll Corns, Bunions
certncate following ingrowlnNaiisFlbrotmsgrowtb I
personal right the saloon Is nevertheless sented to appear for trial In Manltee addressing property situated In 1'utaam J, A. KI".. H. S. MoKenzIo, T H. Sandi. ,and if

the thing aimed at. county. In the last Issue of his paper reeLing Florida, to-wit: 'I R. H.Burt,cierk. Claims Promptly Arch and all ailments, Cropped ol tbe |

Can Interference with personal he said : "I have decided to account of ..t section 6. township 9, ForDUtrlatNa.il. human foot treated by painless
liberty be pleaded as against the repression ed into 26-HU ox-res. 1'olor Oajilnor, R. R, Brakcninn, 11. I. Any Settled.Office
bring the Manltee county case und (J. K. Neck, method.
the people \
of mob? Xo. Can thehilea said land being assessed at the olork
of Individual right of property against me to an Issue and will appear gogues the Issuance of suet certificate llollollo.l K. Arlington Hote Palatka

bar the effort to stamp out a conlliiKrut in Braidentown answering power by 'fI'J.:1" name of Unknown. Unless' and A,H O.. E.Hi Slerr imp.;'diiy. ,.clerk.( :lrko' Fred Priest, 28 Front St., FA.&ATEA. FLA Wednesdays 8:10) m to 8 pm.J'IUr.UJII&.

ton? No. Can the right to go summons of the Manltee county ration, tag oertlt.ate shall be redenmed' ac ForIilrtrlrtNo.il. .

III and out of our houses at pleasure court October 8th next. My refusa in their Ilw, tax dped"llssuo there r. 1. .Kowton, II, n.E.luo., A. Mornday --- --- -
be \
urged as against the restraints every
of the 5lh day 19u7. ana junn roIl,,.. oioric.
quarantine? Js'o. Neither can a to appear before the Manltee county voter will / ss tuy official signature und seal For District No. 19. AN OKDINANCE. such railway or street railway.

private drinking usago constitute a court up to this time was based entlrely Live Oak Hint day of August, A. D. 19U7. 0.1.Volvorton wi.Baton. 1'.3. Itorka, and Section 7. I any person crrato.
good ran son for opposing prohibi- on the Improper attitude of the JOSEPH PRTCB, L. (Calo,a,Jr., or company abailal to
tory liquor law.' If the law smites Pins Her circuit court, Pu h.nam county Fla. For Dll.lel No. lii. An Ordinance, to provide for the pavln part of the prescribed time

the usage In smiling the saloon, it Judge presiding over that couit. Tile ) 11. Kaymoud Price ilnp. clerk J. F )IRlrlot., ]>. M. Cortholl. J. It. Wylle% % ant< repavlng streel lu the City; In said notice the Board of Bond Trustees
does so only incidentally. Uood The ordinary citizen generally /gets a IUIH and JO''I.1 clerk. of 1'alutka, 'lorldl. of said City ahal bare tbe work

citizenship will willingly/ bear an Incidental move on him when the court orders for thu For District No. IT. Bo It ordained by the Mayor anil city done and the to be

evil for the sake of un essential him to appear, but Claude Isn't all Oak ) : ti: unit.1. li.A.: U Knight Jouiiion\ II.i dork.V.'. JohtiHoll, W. If.(Tribi,. council of the city of Faiatka: 1 paid therefor shall be contrate upon the

and universal !good. Life, In fact says: I Section 1. That whenever the several of land fronting on such
ordinary citizen. For Dlmrlct city; lot
No. m.K.
the cud, will be sacred "The us
more If
we your street to the extent In
reprt-ss the mob. In Iheelll.l. that 1: t :. II. l> rry. John Price u. W. 110., and ('. council of the city or miatka shall by: proportion
Property W. lluldoln, cok.Ior. ordinance order any street 'or part 01 which such owners are hereby required
will have better securities if we The editor of the :News!' Is not dls. Taylor will and I District No. 10. street t be paved or repaved, such pavIng to pave such street. Such amount may
In put; out the fire Personal liberty posed to take Issue with the brilliant that rocery I A.: pnilKott, V. 11.Croon. L. W. Fonnoll. and or repavlng unless! In such ordl be assessed as a special tax against such
the end
< will have complete-! safeguards I'errv A. ) olork.Ior
l'AdaOI. lot or the same be suit
if and versatile and corseted editor of thus ounce specially provided shall be done may enforoedj y
we stamp out the contagion I District No. DO.I as >Med. The of at law or In equity or emouutmay
/ So, every interest of the Tallahassee. Sun, who ascribes to world that h..r.ln pro provisions
.Iiolmnuon. W. J Mcltao, V. A. William,, this ordinance shall apply equally to be recovered against such owner or
of the Individual In the. end us lack of personal local mini i 12, It. Con way,olurk.
beauty ants repavloK and tn paving In the first In- owners bv suit before any court of competent
will !be
better plant right
shielded If once wesay true the editor of the : For D.trlol No. ill. jurisdiction. The amount due or
]News "wu although paving only be referred
determinedly and elfectually damnable N. O. rrowi, J. 010.011. KU. North, and P. etnee.
that become due the
or payable
not shaped for P. Hancock,clerk may
tricks t
"The silicon must !go!I" sportive nor the wit of we will be to
Let It be forever borne in mind made to court an amorous lookIng inuuity < pleased r For Dlatrlul No. fiT Section Z. The Board of Bond) True. City of Palatka by any person, persons
ish with! the best f> II. tees of the city of Palatka sha'l'' notify firm, company or corporation for
therefore, that prohibition I III not after glass," and neither did his of ruin you Hhk"loolMr. J. W Strange, K.: E. pa'lnl
our property, our pereonailiber- parents, country. obtainable ut 0 euke I. I. Urwllino clerk the owners of lots touting ou auol 8 herein before provided, sh.1

ty our individual rights. The sa- misled by any budding promise or enough, but eurpris- For Dlntrlct No. 33. streets or part of street"jo pave such by such parson persons company

loon I.. the mob is the conflagration, future comeliness, consider IteginaU worse and low prices.: jj Tom M.J. Hitmen, J, M. V'l'erton II. Morwln and part of street paving. where or corporation In the following manner:
11"ldul of such One-third cash of the
shall be completion
is the contagion. To repress the sa or Percy or Claude as fitting name winch the t Nona but First-class owners respectively upon
loon und goods 1 For Ilotrl.t No. SI. liable! ; and shall also notify any paving In front of the property to be
stop the saloon, out tin : corpora
for the
stamp "brat. They dubbed I. L. .
: saloon, IK the one sole object of pro- him ed Into .. slt-I room here. We >j mill J. I."YollI". J./ur...Iobt., .1'01..1. John Heal, tion, company or other owner, or any charged and cue-third thereof within six
hibition. plain "Bill" and admonished Inlthe railway company or street railway oom months thereafterand one-third within

_ _ him through all the vealy years of every boy ,, to convince you of this, J, O.Huunn.For H.I HlHtrlct'M. Wntnoii No. *1. pany occupying or using any part of 12 months thereafter. All of the deferred
,, .
WANT OCALA TO GO DRY. parental guidance to shun the devil nature the
and all his veloped. 'I' t Far Mutrlct' N street for the paving of which such corporation per cent per annum from the date
The business and works which he took to phone your ill to 0.11.i. or shall of the completion of the paving In front
professional men keep tile bu .T. )1'1..lon.J. M. Knlly, M. O. OHtovll, company person be
of Ouula, more than l 150 in number, Include graft and grafters and he1 pensary, 81 and it will receive t j jJ ,,, '1'. IloUIL uliirk. liable to pave the same within the time of the property to be charged or taxed
trying to make For lllnti-Ka speoltlod In such notice for these betterments, provided that
have united good, Claude, that' dispensary t No. n. not later than
in and careful I
an appeal to the voters all. The question of shape and complexion experience : W..I,. 'nnrr.M. lLTlmtibs.A. Indt. and I.. \thirty days from the time of the service such person, persons, firm, company or
or the county to vote and work where this : :. Ittflt tIl1. ,< li-rk. thereof. corporation shall have the prlvlleua of
for the of was, therefore, never under JOHKPIl: PIUCB Section 3 Such the amount of their indebtedness
success prohibition in that I in hell". that SCAm. I'leiRlllirulK'ourt. notice shall name paying entire
county. hero, is scarcely a prominent discussion at this end of the line, soon formed, ; : dolivery. fj! -.-, Putnam, L'uunu. 'In.oI"'HI the material be used In such paving .aforesaid, upon the com

!business In the tnd now that you have raised then In the anti l shall designate, either partculllrly!; plotlon of paving In front ol their
man who -
city to the dignity of a paramount Issuewe're out III the : \ -- or by refaienoe to plans or epet'lllcations property to be charged or taxel for

has not attached his name to this out. Nay Claude we'l observation, Stephens \ to be kept on tile and open to ineptuotion these extensions, and all perns.lrms.

I appeal. The appeal says : nay gu/.2led the I GUARAN lu the City Engineer's office, companies and bemlDg

"1. The recent marvelous growth Hitter no beauty contest with you. pint und II" Grocer I a&and : the manner In which such pavement Indebt. a aforesaid, who may not pay

of the prohibition sentiment, not But we'll vote for you against all formed by t : shall be 1 ild., amount of said lodobteoe.

only in this county, but In the South oomers. drunkards. arid $5,000 DANK DEPOSIT Sect Ion 4. Such notice shall bB sorv shall Issue to said City obl.

generally, leads us to believe that -a,e.- limy get ) KI'by 1llol'I'lsltreets. R.R.FarePali. Notei Taken ed by dtllverluga copy thereof to the gations for said Installments or deterro

with the Hume attention paid 1 to tin The I liquor shop, I I i I I BOO I'HFK COURSES owucr of such promises, or to the agent payments which shall be oxtoled
law breakers crest an.I (trowing popularity' of Dr frightful, atka Flonga.i aBa9aacuBim B.d.C., of snub, owner lu charge of such form be by the
so far as prohibitory I'lerce uolden Mudtcul l>t.covery U due both fc OEOHOI". UB MA Wr.oQulc such preml &may provided
laws are concerned, by the countyom".ra. 'lo Its Holuntldti' oompoumltuif and to the ntituii mined lives SU51NE5 COLLEGE. sos, or by publication of same weekly city Council of said City or said Hoardof
medicinal value,. of IIH luicretlient Tho i N. n.- r.-'it'otn for t,'li' for four !
circuit judge/ and state attorney ,. pub debauched' Ii 0' rlpl.r now fli. consecutive weeks In a news- Bond Trustees which said certlf.ontea
lication or I'll m .
and the siuiie standard applied wrapper. of Ilia every namosof"bottle lljtj Hold liiKrodiontft, Klve full on aitmir the by a fatal r rr r r rrQ miuiitiirLTKLRm; -..''"I'I. Hlhl. 111) lo t Ti1 Per pap I ptibllHhed la said City and In cases shall constitute a lien upon the piouertyanalnst

by jurymen to such law break- littLe.of its non-alcoliollc character and remoei even "nt of service by nublloAtlon- such---- .-..vln.. which awseaatnent Is made and

InK as to all other law breaking will IIr secret all remedy.objection It tonic.U not imoof a an unknown I manhood, shal be deemed complete' at the expira. such certificates may be tsnalerre b,
the ,.. patent medicOiS'lottie unthrlft and of tho time for City Council
guarantee practical enforcement nor .ec oneulthor. ; advertising. In sid or
.. ......, 'Inuract..'.. ...__IIIIIM u_,,In__a ( Jt Jard
of the local opt .011 laws.t 01. ail- bv -' n "Mn collies to I \ other cases the services shall, be deemed Bond TrulltR8 in settlement con
":2. We believe the saleand use 01 full; Hat wr.tl'r"'r.i';(;; ll.tlg. ,;of r.o'h. t : the books al. ( complete on the day of such delivery or paving aforesaid.Section _

intoxicating liquois to be detrimental -I tile iiractlce convinced l hr.I'tarctf Mnny year of thu' of value BU- lure In "A Cifar You CanOffera Frici-.a"( % posting A delivery: of such notice 8. If any railway company or
to labor in tills county and for of ninny native root u. niedlolnul' agent urn brought n : I ? v the owner of any railway or street t street railway company required to pave
lie wont to great exienno| both In tulle and In clime/ .. rai. the
business reasons would urge the voters way compnny or the PresIdent by provisions of this ordinance or
to hell carry the county dry. money(1': r rendurlntf to,|: 1'm";: both own ttlllilenl' peculiar I aim urocoatfo tufo for revenue In President, Tr on surer.t Secretary, Super& terms of lu charter ot franchise or laws

"U A careful observation of other .ion' lo,alterative, and rebulldliiKatfeiilti. hoar Indeed. Intendant, or Manager of such company of the State of Florida or ordinances of

: dry towns In the state' has led us to stomach.1 hu Uoldun Indication Medical' I>'.oo..ry cure weak, "Of course If the owner be a corporation or com the City of Paatka shall fall to pave
or '
believe local. option not only not n liver anil blllluinnoi ulceration dyduepala of momach. torpid! HO add I tim: P5c'I'hc pan), or by posting the same at the. of- any street orpart street within the

detriment to a town's growth but in und bowels mind alt caiarrhal, uirevllonn no niatlor ter; the l lice of such company shall be sufficient time pr8erlbe In said notice the Board

many. cases beneficial. fir what 1'1.0 part Heanank or or una Pellet may boatfected are the with It. hits gone Section 5. The City .EngIneer upon of shall have the work

t 4. We do not believu anything 1,1(10 liver pllli, Hntt ,put llp-Ulyuaraauo original. they for men application shall furnish and make out done and the amount contracted t b<*

can be said< from a moral. or educational :ruuulute;: and. Invigorate: Mloiimoh' ,, liver and Imloifly to the grade for all persons under paid or cost of such paving shAl become
Dowelslnull Imitated but neter wiualud. "HtHbllsh/ tion oblg. said
standpoint in favor of the IHKulUed rtutfar-tioaltiii and eaiy to take .. to pave when applied t a Uen upon the property
liquor tralllc but rather to the One 10 three "",.. candy. ire ) : I person or IP1008. Thn Jar of Bond railway company or street railway company -
contrary. It U therefore deemed dangerous/: of Trustees) In the and may be by proceeding en
proper to thus openly state these hey be greatest care Is used in the offioo of the City Irure aDlleep laspetlon fore by the forfeiture of Its charter or

views as being few of the reasons A Jingo. and "" manufacture of theHuckleberry until such paving shall be computed, a fancblse. or by.ul at law, or In equity,
"Fntlier asked little "wbat Isn or
for calling this election. Itollo a : specimen of the required to be any court competent Jurisdiction.

jingo?" Ike Ibis used, and shall mater". and keep la .

In a card written on Nov. 27 1887: ".\ Jingo my son, Is a man wbo Is Movement said City Engineer's offio for Seton ?. All ordinance or par of
the day. after the election, when he emily convinced that somebody other ii sweeping nv I nit the. I ) / CigarEach .peoIJc.Uonl of the manner "In conflict herewith are bore

knew Uiaa uluiseir ought; to go out ana waipsomebody. be done. All paving by repele
that the barrooms had won in I ."-Washington Star. lonlors, dell ; ;,, ; ; shall be done under the direction and Pa..d open Council this August

the tight In Atlanta Henry WUrady from that supervision of the Board of Bond Trus :20th) A. D. 1907.UOWELL.
declared : "When everything world that tees of said City.Section .

else I have said or done Is forgotten Beware of Ointment.: for Catarrh and whisky us one is perfectly made, and con B. The owners of lola frnt A. DAVIS Council.,
growth Attest President
log : City
.,'. I want the words I 'have spoken for that Contain Mercury, ducat. ion ill' tains only the best tobaccos, skillfully be required oc street to pave or suoli part street of street In front _J. N. BL4CK WELL.

In Atlanta *. imreury will surely il.>atrny the the hi it flint .
prohibition to be seNse .r of their
l remem .in..II ail, c..niplot><.ljr derange the whole' NyMtem blended. It: is a cigar .that pleases. respective lots within the time [Seal] City Clerk,
bered. I am firm in the conviction. whim entering IK 'through tho miicona. nrrnci'fl.. specified In sild notice, to the ex
und from this conviction/ I 3111 h article, Hhonlil never ho heel except, onproaurtptlon Ha tent of one-third of the width of such Approved}
: aha from reputable: hNlolanw:' its the A sUI,1I, ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN street provided that when P, H. WILSOST. Mayor.
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never be shaken-that Atlanta/ his drtmnue tliy will tie. ID tenfold, to the good; von, boy any auoh
uan .poawlbly' dnrlve from 'them. Hall. Catarrh'i. by /life < street or part of street Is oecupted b a "
prospered under tier two years ol ( iiianiifactunnl by F J. Cheney A Co.. tli railway or street railway the owner,of Matirer'3Ratand
it I '
T..I.oIe, O., contilna 0")11 : iu <
no mercury "1 l I. taken which Is law
by liable
prohibition a. she never prospered Internally an Ingdlreotly' Lee Roy Myers Company or responsible for
upon the Mood "mlmiioouv myOh.. .i i i the I
before, and the experiment of prohibition aurfacon of the ayat.m. In buytntfrlall ho futli >r. paving of any part of such street, S .'
a 4'atarrh Cure ba ,> the owners of
Nurvyou gi t 'lbs gnnu110. fronting Roach-Paste I Iatiesm.
III ii large city succeeded In It IM taken .lularnally. abut mete. In Toledo out of the Makers street on either lt on such
sida thereof, .lliM*nimbi ay lu ass *
O hr T J Cheney A Co. Tewtlmontala' ., a. ay ..
Atlanta a* no experiment under like 8>ldb*all Dmit.I..., tSa per bottle. which were. shall be required t only II*limM.lr.' la UM avw *. I ,
of such pv oaethlr MAUKtlR'S BUd l>OWbu _
l obitruotlon ever succeeded before." Take Hall's Family Pills for ConstIpation told you, lie I street IB re aala.AM Md nolh 4. -
tbow damn U'e premises after deductIng tbe t bo.u b.td.. Ascii .. '
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A Fresh Supplyof OQOQi r 1.- Crescent City News John B. Stetson University

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Ir ; u Four Colleges anti Five Technical Schools. S
; Weather
Ueport.I .
I OOluIOIt Sells a Dakota Town Site.L. OeLAND, FLORIDA, ,
temperllura for the week .nd. .
SeedsFor ,I lug u8u.t SO'b, lYI/1 I A. Hurlbut of this place, who I II \ .
Garden Affiliated With the University of Chicago
ilia. Mia : Is !
: for for spending two or three months th one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves

AI1KI1.I. 7 5. m.1 P. m. Sp to.54 hr.;' 24 hr.I north hal Just Cold part of his landholdings COLLEGE OF I.IlllCKAL AK rM.-'1 I tin:HtandtirdH are thoae of the TTnlvemtty of ChlcaIfo. -
Fall PlantingJust 25.24 Mlturday.Blmidy.:,: : .: all St : 16 ::; :16 it 77 in North Dakota. Concerning you weaker, and Is sure to shorten your life and make .< .bteuun teleon'e catalogs gnuhiatei rtwelvo I their doffroes from :both: : Btoisou and Chlango, See the Chlcogo S Sand

V8. Monday. ... 81 ,

Received.Have :117.: 'uI.d..y.Thuir.dey" .. .Y'6. 81: UIII6 1'1\6 76 II'A.lie.45 j 'I 75 Tribune this aala of. recent tha Bismarck data says, (N. D.] your beauty fade. To stop pain take \Wine of Cardurand wlthoutexcnitlon COLirOB, ,!: OF LAW.-Graduates ot thin College are id milled (m practice luff In Florida '

SY. I'rlday.,. 'i 1101' 81 va 74 7S4'AI, Mr. E. E. Seoor of Iowa has pur- It will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func- COLIFOK': OF TECHNOLOGY AND SChOOL OF AIKCTIAMIO ARTS.-Moclianl- "
you ever tried the | R. D. WrLI.IAMS. Obmrrar. chased of L. A. Hurlbut of Creaoen cal Civil. Muotrloal: BnMlllorlll."d. Manual 'training oouraeiiloiullntf to dugreoi. Fine now

'Welch Urape Juice" for a > -- City, lo'la'j 480 acres of laud, being thE building' ooHtly t wtuipmuIICOLLEGE .
tions make
.""" south you well beautiful and strong. It Is a reliable -
beverage? It's-dello- half and the northeast S
summer quartet : OF 11I18INK8M.-II..kln. In all Its branch. Bookkeeping by belt molliods.
loua and strengthening Made of section 17. township 137, range 76. Bhorlhlllld and, lyi.uwrlilhK" Kloctlve oouraw opon In other Dujwriniunts. large .unity" nod I
Personal and This land remedy for dragging down pains backache head- toraoU.oui building.
from pure grape Juloe. We < Social i located at the west end ,
It in nil size bottles. of Long Lake, near the junction o.. .
have PREPARATORY ACAOFM -Qrndimtet* prepared to enter Harvard YaJe, Princeton S
."" "" "" "" "" the Boo and the MoKenzle-Llnton ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness; dizziness, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all llnt-olfM. *College

} Celebrated' No. 44 L. A. Hurlbub Is now in Detroit road.branch Mr.of the Northern Pacific rail NORMAL AND MOI>KI.8CH<>or H... 1. KlndorKartun In its own building. 8. primary S
Our Mid ,. Hurlbut had previously fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient ana Oraminur School In ttoimrnte building, llieitti "fckiliooltf' ospuolally prepare' Public J
conveyed ten acres of the southeast School (each tint.MUHIC ,
will\ knock out the most stub- H. K. Powell quarter of this aectlon to theSoo line
( born case of Chills and Fever.It Palatka. pent Labor Day In for station grounds and the name ot medicine for all women's pains and sickness.Mrs. thorough : 2f.w-y:: ;? flo. .000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,ieparat IIl1l1dlul.larg. faculty i
most spe..dy '
the remedy the
knowlI. Oet a bottle for 2bu.Lcuad's \ > Mitchell Newbold visited Paiatka "It station la the Is intention Momt. of Mr. Seoor to J. L. Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes ; "I have ART SCHOOL Now Studio, Costly GURU, mode etcStutHon ,
this ha..a fnoulty, of -IK itrofofworH and liiMtrtiotorn, they hold dogrnoa from the Jill
week. plat a town at this point between the vornliy. of (lilciigo, Vole, Dart mo,nth, Toronto Wake ForoHt. JUoulwllle, \.
Drug Store W M. Miller went to Paiatka in two road..- 'I'he officials of the Northern used Cardul for my disease, which was one peculiar to Bowdoln, Ulreoht H''OIl'db'i .r. of eOlumbl.r '' and other' UnlveraltluH I'hera I Sera
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Pacific have over RK 0.oou ;' In bnllilliiKM and equipment; noarly, a (|imiter million dollar endowment! .an '
Tla. his launch on Tuesday. given assurances endowed library o\'or la.IM') volumes; a beautiful chaptil with oontly fnrnlHhlngH, InolndliiR S
l Crescent City, s: that a station will be established on women, and it has completely cured me. domed gl..* windows, 7 oil pAliitlnKM, alOotouo' pIpuorKan; a Gymnurttum, with complete upparatUH .
: ""'.,, e S. A. Kmard made a "buslueau trip their road just opposite Moult whena an onoriH) d Aililutto Fluid... riuinliiK, trad, tuunU. courts, bwioball diamond' and ''
te town i. platted. gridiron bo.ld..swimming golf. row nig and otlior Bportat mpamto bululnge i for men and worn I
to The roads here
---.------. Pftlatka\ last Monday.J. on; ten larMO laboratorta for CliumlHirv' 11,3.1cc, liaaiurlolugy, MlnarahiKV and Hlolniry; ev ..
-- II Babers has been are about 60 rods apart. It is Impracticable AT ALL DRUG STORES IN $1.00 BOTTLES oral largo miiHeuniB' ami HhopHj electrIc I ItttliiH' olectrtu kellii' steam heat, cement HAIKU I shell S
spending for the roads to have a roaita, broOd. fnumiuu., MpiialoiiH::: camiuiM, thruubiry\ : and irana,.metal literary: mimlr and, otlierttidunlH : .1

European Kestwanf week I In, Gainesville, on a visit to his land Joint: station at the crossing aa the boautlriil, ; and olulwi) lieiiUhr.il,tunr luctura I, and the coursuH expo:;nut"ChrlHtlun*I are low.und not ou.rtun. teaching.. The location, la '. ;S"

son. la too low and wet. For catalogs, \lowa, fold! ore and Information,addroM the President.

111,.. C. H. Cnsb Mr. Hurlbut haa owned WRITE US A UTTER I
Furnished Kuoouia and Mis. Fred a large WINE
Andersen tract of land deteriblnr fully all LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D., Litt. D., LL D.
visited Palatka on Mon In the section of the your iymplom
Hot and Cold Baths and wa will Hnd you Free Advlc* C A R 0 U I S
day. above transfer for many years In plain, ...leeI% anvalona. L.dl..' DeLAND, FLORIDA ,

At Mr. Mary Scott Miller and Mrs. S. enough to entitle him to the accusation Advliory MtdlclnaCo' D ,pt.Chattanooga. Tha Chattanooga: : Tann, OF F -

arles Kupperbuscli E. Capers went to Paiatka on Mon- of being land poor. That he hadispod JO

[ day.The of a part of bill holdings to State Institutions for Higher Education. \

Palatka Fla."r.gg mills of the Preston-Miller advantage will be pleasant news to Richard Wagner, .the composer, had An Ordinance
ila old his tomb made la the garden of hi. .
hut friends In this -- -
company down on Monday- place. Mr. =: ----'O -
Hurlbut house, so tbat at any moment ha could An Ordinance) to Provide for Paving!! : --
Labor Day. still owns a great quantity visit it. He sometimes Insisted on having Parts of Lemon Street and Water: University of the State f FIorMa I Female College J .'

The Baptist Sunday school holds of land In Dakota, but it la under his guests Inspect thla sepulcher Street In the City of Falatka. of Florida l ;, ,

,M., H. READ Its session In the Auditorium Sunday stood' that he will offer no more of It and at the dinner table he took singular Be It ordained by the Mayor and the I Tallaliassoe Florida. "
1 for sale at Council of the City of Falatka.
afternoons.Mrs. present. delight la descanting on the subject City : Gainesville' Florida. -

REAL ESTATE. .. W. A. Russell la expected 'I POMONA NEWS. of death. _._ Section 1. That Lemon street from I A College for Women without a
------ -- the Intersection of Water street to the
home A high'grado Institution for young parallel In the South embracing amen
today from
a two month
trip East Bide nf Itoae street; and also Water ofFering Literary Scientific, EDColI..ge of Liberal Arts a School for
Cresoent City Fla.' In the north. Arthur D. Keown of Northfleld street from the Houth side of Main
gineering? Agricultural and Pedagog Teachers, a School of Industrial Arts, '
Phillips Cash and his little brother, llass., was a guest last week of Mrs. MICA street to the North aide of Laurel streot ical Courses a school of fine arts. Including piano '

The Howe property-"Cres- Henry, have been (pending the weekat O. A. Knowlton, returning to De- shall be paved with Vitrified bilok In Strong Faculty ; well equipped labpipe organ: violin voice culture, elocution -
Land l for a abort time with his par Grease accordance with the provisions of an ordinance oratories ; thorough instruction both and Physical Culture.
oent HII1"-is now on the mar- Daytona Beach. ents before .....1e entitled "An Ordinance to Pro- '
going back to Massachusetts. theoretical and practical ; careful supervision A faculty of able specialists In all ;
ket. Rev. Dr. Reeves has been quite 111 \\1 If the roaa, vide for the Paving and Bepavlng Streets and dlsclpllnohlgh; moral departments.

Particular attention given to the past ten days and confined muchof Dr. S. K. Peck hall returned from a \,\ takeS\ tnleaf OU1 tbeoad.. In the City or Palatka, Florida" passed tone, Tuition free. Charges for spnulal
Creicent tinted IIU.1\Velgh\1I tel1U1 anll In open council the city of Palutka on No tuition oliargaa to Florida stu I Instruction In Flue Arts reduced to a
City property the time to his bed. very enjoyable trip to Connecticut.Miss S
11e\pe the 20th( day of August, A. D. 11)07.Soctlod dents. Other expenses very low. minimum. New buildings In course
with me. ....... Mr. and Mrs. Tom Squters of OmeRa Stella Smith is having a t"e te etUate deetro". 3. That the sum of fifteen For catalogue and Information, address of construction. Write for catalogue.
pleasant visit with friends at Daytona payS \ tbe thousand(tlB.OOO.OO$ ) dollars or so much 'I 1
e o.n. N!' expect to leave In a few days for t'r.ctcn'e ba\f '
Beach. ( U1 thereof aa may be necessary be and the ANUItr.W SLKOD, A. A. IMUKl'IIKEE, ",
the Jamestown Exposition.Mrs. frletlol1.: Ol1>e. oada, same Is hereby appropriated from the .
Miss Emma \,11 President President.
Olmstead will leave
C. L. Chamberliu and little weaf over thoIfo monnys derived from the sale of paving ,
.A. I. Spora-cox: : on Saturday for Boston to enter ''o\th\g \ bonds by the Bond Trustees of said city I
daughters returned last week froman I he conservatory of music for a year. nn'1. t\c\e anore for .I
the of the
extended visit to Clearwater Her friend wish her -' bea"1 o"ethIUg. purpose expensesof
Dentist. on many success. of II such pavements as devolves upon -

the gulf const. Miss Minnie Buky of Palatka was thO"a"yotd e edor Mtca said City.

,. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Capers, who visiting In town Sunday -\ /. Greate. I It Section 3. That all ordinances and JAMESTOWNEXPOSITION 1',
OIHoa at Redden< on Frtmpeot Btreet. As\a to,*y' parts of ordinances Iu conflict with the ,
have been spending some weeks with W. S. Middleton spent Monday Inacksonville. 01.L
Crescent City Florida """'AiD ........ provisions hereof be and the same are
Mr. Capers' mother, left for Jack- hereby repealed. Rates From Paiatka.

onvllle last Monday Prof. and Mra. H. E. Wikefleld .-- Passed In open council this 22nd day
StJohns Rlvrby Daylight Hon J. II. have gone to Cocoa, Fla., for the "';; .- of August, A;1>. 1907.
Harp and W. B. Campell winter much to the disappointment S BENJ. I GAY, Season tlck ta't.J2.7G: sold daily. Coach Excursions $15.15 gold each S
Beach & Miller 'Line > were among the attendants upon of their circle of friends who '.
The young Pros Pro Tern. Tuesday and Friday, limited 10 days not good iu parlor or sleeping cars.

SUiamar CRESCENT.: the meeting of the board of county season.regret their leaving so early In the Attest!IJ. Sixty day tickets $20.110\ sold dally. Fifteen day tickets $24.20, sold dally. S
commissioner, Wednesday. ,
f.eavea Saturday Jiioloonvlll ftt I W'OaT .M for
Landing Paiatka Creaoeut City aDd principal Way on Monday and later In the week it town of Sunday.Mr. Crescent. City were visitors In The QruiMii (very wealthy)-Why did Approved Aug. 24th 1007.HOWI.LL .I'

KetiirDlnR.leavMCreaoentotty oa Wadneadayi his you ever marry an ordinary chap like -_ _ -5-----'--'==" --=- ';' -- =.-==-
was purpose to RO to Palmetto, A. DAVIS. e-ft'Ji--NiIi:: ; : I X5Tl TNo"l
*-Prldayaa>act Mondayaat a. m.JaokMnvllU and Mra. E. L. Eames were ? The BI'II1e-1 baveu't the slightest
wharf footot: Laura Btre.t, 'tanltee county, for several weeks. pleasantly surprised on Monday ne Acting Mayor. Lv PiilntknjV .. ...... ... 0 inn I a !sup! I.v Norfolk .... .. .. 6 lOp H glia
Telephone l SS: dea. Mamma managed. the whole af M' JllekNon'llIu, .. .. 7 Win I 7"1'' tAr Jm.kHoiivlllil.\ .. ... IWp *1 (01 a
Pilataa art toot of Lemon ptr.*' Victor Smiley hag purchased 20 evening by their friends in honor of fair. Jfu' ouon I 7 13.7 p ISv JilLkHUnvlllu. .. ... IllOp *tt m a
acres of land of L. Eaton in Groves- their fourth anniversary. An Ordinance.An Ar !. :kuvltle. .: ,1 I 7 :110 u 8 l p. |Ar Tulutki! 414p dma S
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A. B.TORREY.Undertaker dale and ",11clear\ it for peach trees. Ir IT'S A EBPCTATION Amsterdam Is tha. nearest European Ordinance Imposing a Tax on Dogs

He will put out 1,000 trees this full. you are after. White's Cream Vermifuge .capital to London being only IOU and Prescribing the Manner In Which Time Double Service

and Embalmer. J. H. Babers Is going to increase baa a world wide reputation as the best miles distant.Free. Tax Tag Shall be Obtained and Worn. Quickest Daily
his of all worm destroyer, and for Its tonlo --- Duty of Police Officers la Respect to
peach grove by 1,000 more trees Certain Dogs and Penalty for Failureof Cars Norfolk.
Pullman Buffet to
influence on weak and uuthrlfty childen. Sleeping
Full line of Caskets and Coffins
his fall. From his 1,000 old trees he It Improves their digestion and os- Compliance with the Provisions of S

Telephone old about 2,000 crates last spring-! simulation of their food, strengthening this Ordinance Atlantic Coast LineWrite

OttESOENT CITY FLORIDA Mr. Thomas who was last year acountaiit their nervous system and restores them fromAlcohol Section 1. He It ordained l by the City
to health and vigor natural to a child. Council of the City of Paiatka. that It
------------ at the Omega mills and If P vnn want A healthV. hAnnv nhlld ant a shall be the duty of all persons keeping
who made his home in this place, b.rwbit; : ; '-j-, 'Cream-- i rm't?'ug controlling or In any wise having a dog i for lllustiated folders containing mapsdescriptive matter, hotel

Crescent City Transfer Co. was shot and killed In Georgia seve- For sale by Ackerman.Stewart Drug Coaatlafi.cI of any description In the City of Pblatka lists, eto. For reservations or information address any ticket agent of the S

ral weeka ago. to procure annually a license or tax tag Atlantic Const Line or FRANK: BOYLSTON, Jackaonvllle.
Meets all trains at Ciescrnt.City Junction. from the Tax Collector of said city, for
Win. Hutchhmon of Providence, B. Her Curloalty.A ". Since May 1906, Ayer's Sar- each dog so kept controlled or had In
W. J. CRAIO, P. T. 1>r. T. C. WHITE, U. P. A. ,
Night trains by appointment. I.. Is expected here early thla fall. certain south side lady baa come saparllla has been entirely free the limits of said city. And the Bald

8. M. LABBEE. Manager. He will build the new Austin houseon to the conclusion. that curiosity can no from alcohol. If you are in license ard license tag or tax tag shall General! Offices: WilmingtonN. C. 5

south street the lumber longer be Indulged In with any degree be furnlehed by the Tax: Collector of .. .
Prospect ---
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of safety. One night she entertained poor health, weak, pale, nerv- said city and shall obtained from said -- /1i'J

"W. B Hot-well Con which III now on the ground.H. a group of friends and at the momentof ous, ask your doctor about takIng Tax: Collector by the payment t him of Students Wanted. J J

K. Wald opened his fish house departure, when conversation always this non-alcoholic tonic and Two ($2.00)) Dollars, which money shall. 'THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA

Builds Row Boats last week and la now shipping fresh fell be paid Into the city treasury! by the said is PARADISE REGAINED."
her Idly on
lugs a trifle eye better ,
alterative. If he has a Tax Collector. HniiOHt ",..I earnest ones to nvall tlixinW -
Repairs boats, buggies and makes all fish each morning. His market will a package carried by one of the men. medicine take his. Get the best Section 2. The licence tag or tax tag >|"'0.01 the superior ,,ndvuiitUK, > otTurud lay 1

kinds of wood work repairs-at his shop be a great convenience to the people.Mr. ""'bat la It you have there?" she to be furnished shall have "lamped. 1m orida '

In rear of bill MEAT. MARKET. Wad! will live In the Attle- asked. with hardly a thought of what always. This Is our advice. pressed or otherwise Indelibly nilliod1 Rollins College, Gr PARLOR .
Crescent City Ila. : she was saying.Vell. thereon the words "CITY OF PAL AT. LIMITED. {. i :
Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod. boro fiat.Oliver. "\ ." aald another JrUe t. springing W.publUhour formula KA" and the numerals designating the Winter Park, Fla.OlaUHlonl PULLMAN ?ami "'- CAR
..., ,
e it prices. and Harry Chamberlln are forward, with mock Indignation. ."If A W from* our.h ra>.1.0ho dlalu.,! year for which aald license tag or tax ., s.I..ntillc.. numlo, art, ftxprus- AND TRAINS

tearing 10 acres in Groveadale and ie's going to be searched. I feel that ers Wa uraa: YOU. tooenault tag was Issued, and also a numeral or slot Uood,, hiiHlneHH Ixiniil.nttriKtlva,Mtunoffriiplilo atirrouiullniia.counte nil"liymniiiiluiil _

will set nut a peach orchard of about all of us should be subjected to the / 700W400to.. numerals Individual to each tag, aud ,,Itll IlKbt exptuii.... t'or lull i
different on each tag from tbe numeralor itrtliulur* and room sur\ntlons, ., nddruna '
G. S. S F. Ry. 1,000 trees. These young men are I ame Indignity." 1
liver coated numerals on any other tag for the Reaching the Famous Resorts,
A sluggish means a tongue,
going; to out the wood into itovq., "Oh, I, commenced the hostess her a bad breath and constipated bowels. same year, the Bald tags to be numbered Hon. W. R. O'NEAL

Schedule effective Apr. 7th, 1907. length and sell it by the strand. face flushinggtve you my wordbat" The question Is. "What Is the best thlnz consecutively. Orlando Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE, ORMOND, \

Subject to without notice Audi. 10 do under sucie circumstances?" Ask Section 3. Dogs running at large In DAYTONA ROCKLEDGE '
at the
will be
change There a caucus "I the ownership of this ,
can prove doctor if this Is not a good answer: the City of Paiatka, and not providedwith
--- orlum on the evening of September20th watch" cried one man. lour laxative doses of Ayer'a Pills. said tags worn on their collars 1m Circuit I (Jonrtot the Fltfhth: Judlcl"Il't.! PALM' BEACH, MIAMI. S

Departures from Paiatka. for the purpose of nominatingthree "Tuts was my mother's ring" exlalned -1 Mail*by tnef.O.Ayar Oo..Low.U.:atao.- shall be Impounded and after three days chit of the "Htute or KlmUlu, In ami for ,
school trustees for this specialtax another And so It went down Impoundment, K not called for within l'uIOl", Uounly-I.. tiiIIu.ry.lloyd .
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5.60: p. m.-No 10, for Valdosta, Macon the Hue until the laugh came JustIn that time by owner or owners ag nt. W. Mor nn. na "\ A Short Sea Trip from Miami (
Atlanta school district. Patrona of the Fatal : tltt Bon-
and points north. Connection Politeness, Ailmlnltttnitor
shall be sold
the Chiefof
or destroyed by ; Steamer
to '
time to save the life of tbe hostess. First I. Non of the HtntH: of Pt'tltlon for "Hit I tt by .
made at Valdosta with local school should bear this In mind. Tramp-After nil. It pnya to be Police. The owner or owner's agent I II.) It Morgifil, ,,iuutuiOoti, of 1.'ls of nnUltHtenn
sleeper for Maaou. have oload Hereafter one of her guests can 1>ollto, pnrdQor. Second Tramp.-Not procuring the release of a dog from tbe 1'01l1l0nor., ... mills at -
The saw Omega and be .
8 35 a. m.-No. a. for Valdosta, Macon. down for a time In agreementwith free walk from off with remark.the grand-Kansas piano City Independent alwa,... The other day I was actin' pound shall' at tbe time of the release III" Morgan v.50,1.1 Mo. th. tnoue>'..iuitritiiK of KEY WEST, FLA., S
deaf and dumb ,license and license tax ,
Atlanta and points north. build 1 when a man gave me procure a tag or 'iiii.Myitl I Morgan from the
train for Mnuon ; connection madeat all the mills afllllated with the I _ _ Ixpence. I saya, "Thank ;you sir." tag for said< dog and In addition thereto tlaMtty MorKHti Moi'ic ftn, ilofeilaiifle., Caillumy 1 null* of. HAVANA, CUBA.

Valdottta with Parlor car for Georgia-Florida Sawmill ossoolalon. SHI loveD It.r.rar. awl he had me arrested.-London Ex- shall pay an impounding foe to the Chief ,inta RaI .holm. at litw

Macon ; connect at Lake City for which hopes to Increase the preell. of Police of One (($1.00)) Dollar. III Iiitorujft. SEND FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET. S
with liver
Live Oak and Tallahassee. Also If you are'troubled com- Section. All does In the City of This cnutte on to be homtl, upon pctl-
price of lumber by cutting down the plaint and have not received help read Falatka shall wear a collar and shall Ion linrelii.::::ti't. ,ip..itrl'05 to the court
connects Valdoata and J R. PARROTT.Vlafm'landCm'lfCt'r,
at and Tlfton
Cordele for all pointS In south Geor. iroduct. hla. )lr.. Maiy E. Hammond Moody with, Thousands Have Kidney wear attached to tbat collar one of the nut value: : In of the'each ol uliiiro:iilon, ol of tin tho cole uouit.hulm,: hat nt law tle J. P.BECKWITH, Tralllc Manager

gia. Maude Varnes daughter of' exas. "I was In poor health- said license or tax tags oni.I Ul Uei.'tl.'iH, l 0. r.1Uoruiin.tto,', not HX* J. D. RAH/IER. A.'t G.n" Pm'rAg.at. ', .
---' Miss Iver trouble-for over a year. Doctors Trouble and Never i itPrvralencr Section 5. All licenses and license or (,ietl the HUIII of three huntliuil: dollar And. ar 'UGUaTI. PUt '
Trains \fr. and Mrs. Darling Varne., and did me no good and I arrive In. Paiatka from dlolllm.oh.I'I'hal thuro um two or moro
points Mr. Alice Cowles were baptized in three bottles cured me. I can't say too of Kidney Dlaeoaa. on September the 30th of each and h.tro..1 .hw of said tntONtutu.
nortn at 10 :19 a. m. and 10-05: p. m. Lake Stella by Rnv. Mr. Slum on much for Herblne, aa it is a wonderful Most people do not realize the alarm. every year and no fractional, part of a t"hut Ijlovd W. Mortinn In a Initlo man' ,
-------.- liver medicine. I always have It In the fog increase and remarkable prevalency license shall Issue for a period lUll than over thu: ,Itio of ,,tJ"ii.r.: : urH' U n nonCHtdeut Executor's Notice.
Wednesday morning of last week, of disease. I oftUo State aui retil'elit Notice In .
The Georgia Southurn A' : Florida K'y ouae. Publish where you wish. Foi six months. Fiilrfonl Htnte of Alttlminu., Tlint lain hereby given that six mootleafter
oirera the most convenient route from and are additional members to the sale by Aokerman-Stewart Drug Co. Section,u. Every person falling to iforHitn 'In naliiylH: womun ovCr tho': age of JeluearyA.lute hiirtof 1> IWM to-wit, I,nsexl.eutoroftlio oil the lot dl01 bet

Fnlatiia and vicinity to Macon Atlanta new Baptist churoli orders are the comply with any of the provlelona of w.nty-oiio of Florida ytiHiVa Is idul n non-ruahlont reou.i.... at Ktilrfonl of the, will and tuMtitimmt;, of J. l). Uulnn,deeneed: ,
and all polnla north and Charcoal an ntidote.. molt commondiseasee thla ordinance shall t e subject to line HiutH ... will lila niv Iliuil ai-uoiliit and vouoh..r. ".
northweot. t > a suite of AI""' '''' Vhnt SONiC Morgan I. a such the
church society oz'ctor lit ollltfi of the OountvJutlgrt
The new Baptist that
. For sleeping tar reservations nchedl Japanese! physicians declare It la impossible prevail not exceeding!! Ten (tlO.OU) Dollars or widow' over tuft ago of tw..nt-on. years of lutimm ('booty, Khii Ulu, and nuk S
flea l etc call on B. PENNY., AKfnt. has purchased the vacant lot at the for Internal poisoning to ccur .. 0 almost, they the are last imprisonment not exceeding Fifteen (16)) : nut IIt..ll., r."loo A non-r nt tdi.Henry..nt of.UwHtatoof..tllnr I.ou.Htaiia.FlorId' to Im fllMuhiirHiMi from. ti.., .further. ) mltnlnUtratlou .
of thwi of auld f 1> Ualiia.AN
Falatka Depot or J. H. HALOUfON corner Summit and Cypress at*., if powdered charcoal be swallowed Daya. I Ami that Myrtlu I.. Mornau u a .tulator nlonrttdldtmt 'IONIC') UIIINA, Bxuotitor.
City 'ticket the Presbyteiianchurch the intestinal die- recognized by Section 7. All ordinances and parts of tli** Htat of KlorUliH" andrHldHM July lot lurr : am
Agent Palatka. directly adjoining ae soon aa gaatro I and U
S patient phyaicians at Moiiry, Stat of loulfflnna.' and
C. B. RHODES. C. P. A.. Macon Ca. loton_ I the e.t. mid. will urbance la felt. French physicians -.. who coo.Whuiekidneydie. of ordinances In conlllot wltn provisions that Ida May AioiKnii :IH a ;minor ami Inn Notice-;-of Application l for Tax Dei.i '
of charcoal and .- ___ of thla ordinance shall be and the same ,non-rtjH.U of tile Htatu of Florl.llI.allilrueidI
Church house thereon have tested the power tent themttlvuwith of l.ouiIiaIIa. and Under Section 8 of Laws fi
erect a new are hereby repealed nt H tnry State chapter 4888 ','
tbat It 111 the most active of all doctoring tht while the original AlorKiiii In minor and
Round his fall. The lot WAil puiclmred of proved efficli Fussed in Council this Slat dayof hat Hurl llonry n u of Florida. ;'
Trip Rate from Jackaonvllle to antldotea. Tbe charcoal must (fiMOM undermines the system. open nlln-.I..t'l / the Mtatu of Florida" and re- .
Notice la
has August A. D. 1907. HtMti State 01 laonUlaiiu., hereby given that A.
Jo..to The society tduii nt jr
Exposition via A. I amen Pndgett jr. be taken aa soon aa the poison taken What To Do. It In thoroIpOU couHUIeiH'U, and orderedhr Stohlrt, purchaser of tax certificate
C. L. Railway. already pledged over SUM for the M glna to show its effect! and the dose There Is comfort in the knowledge so BENJ. GAY, the court, that each of the wild :flOIiroidoICte No. 673, dated the 4th day of June A. 5
often expressed" that Dr. Iiliter'sSwamp.Root Pree. Pro. Tern. shnlt appear heroin, on or .before
'16.1 -Coach excursion to Norfolk building, and It I. understood will must be large. Charcoal I la In no way the great kidney remedy, the a id i ofHopteinhHr. A. !>., .ItiuT,to allow D. 1894 boa filed said certificate In my

on sale each Tuesday, and Fri, receive aid from the church mUalon- Injurious and aa much aa a IOUpSpOOOroful fulfills every wish, In curing rheumatism, Attest: tatiHH If any they. van a aiiiHt HUUI) Main. orflce, and hat made application for tax
It Irt turthni oitlurtHl and adjmlwd that deed to Issue In accordance
with law.
days Limit 10 d ya. No stop ary society. may be taken in divided doses pain in the neck, kidneys liver bladder J. N. BLACKWELL.Seal thin onlHr and notice lMpuhllHhu lluaiutwiiinpur SaId certificate I'
Overs. mixed la water. and every part of- the urinary passage. [ ] Clerk City Council. In Putnam uounty ,,",1.. of Flmida" embraces the following
24.ao-Flfteen Joseph MoKlmv well remembered hold water iiuw ft week for four coimeoutive *'.mki*. described property situated In Putnam S
day ticket. Oood In It corrects inability to Approved: Aug. 24th, 1007.ROWELL ihnduHortptloii of the land to be sold Uiu county Florida to-wlt
deeper. most Crescent City people aa a and pain in passing. it, or bad :
Htopover allowed within by A Great Nluht.JonesFine scalding foil own i ..
limit.9.50.Hizty. of two seasons at Grove Hall, the club effects following use of liquor, wine or A. DAVIS. All that piece, parcel', tract or lot of 'land Net of a | of aw), aectlon, township 7
*-' guest time wa had at and that unpleaaant necessity Acting Mayor. vlnic and bHinJ' Hltuattt In tile' Uounty of 11, range 2U-10 sores S
day ticket. Oood In hall just recently been determined oat night eht Brown-You betl Did beer, overcomes S Putnam, State or Florida., detHirllHttt, im, folnw.it Tbe said land being assessed at the
sleeper. !Stopover: allowed with- of being compelled to go often Lot Ono (1)) and Two (III), In "HmttlonI ,
In I limIt., ncompetent to mniiugwliU" largo es- you get home all right Joues-No, I during the day, and to get up many NOTICE. 1'"ty-two I in( ,* In lownttlilp NumlMi date of the Issuance of such certificate

$:'llle".oll: tickets. Good al.. ate at Far Uockaway Long Island, was arrested before I got there, and times dlUlntlte; night. 1'be mild and Twelve (Tp. No 151>.woUld of KangfiTwuaty- In the name of Arch Strobe. Unless)
In /
ep- itlx. (lot K. >*> ), KaHt, containing Mlxty two said certificate ban be redeemed
en. Stopover:' court ha-appointed pent the night In the police atatlon.rrown the extraordmarreflect" of Swamp-Root ,. according
allowed within his home. The \teem) our more or iuI.oiloroI :
nice notice that I will the II rut Thurxd
on to law tax deed
will laame there
limit of lieu. I reached home,- la realized. It itands the highestfor < l nnd ordered In Ohamb.
15.ouv'ni"1' -Lucky dog soon luff, ,
V. Wlllett ( November or thr Mitt
William y o its coon 'raNlmayr
Congressman its wonderful curea of the moat distressing h.irj. apply tn fclitt Piirtlottlntl: .; within Maid Olrtult, nt Stark: Florida, ontliln on on the 9th day September, A D19U7.t .
tourist' rates from Jack1 look out for the London TatlerOCNXBJJ. ., :20th day of July, A, 1>. lin-T. \ Itnoss
\ Jr., a committee to coses.. If yon need a medicineyou Bnaril of Florida I for u imrtlon for John my pOlclal signature and seat
'a11''l'u..1 J.T W 11.1,101.JII ,
b"r8Ist. eol" da"y Limit Octo- person and estate of Mr. McKIm, BOBBST E. Lila should have the best. Sold by druggists Hull who tile WON Olu imnvlotiMf"tilt Court for for raim HutiwniUminty at tho '- OI."ull.Judge. this the SlstdbyofJulyA.D.lOol.. ii

been removed to the River- waa the greatest General the world has in fifty-cent and one-dollar sues. r loi Hla I In IUH. Anyne nlrln to may [Doall JOSEPH P. IOE.
0Pen7eJ% Col, '57.DO! Oalneavllls. who bus ever known. Ballard's Suow Liniment You may have. sample bottle and a then. ami:: there bw heard on the. bent,, of --- -- Clerk olroult !mutt Putnam county, PI a."HANDY .

,, In81?.* Chl ..K. III., *4( .OBj \lle- rest Sanitarium .W Astoria. The I. the greatest Liniment. Quickly oureaU book that tells all tlm itiiplU'ittloii.> -- -- -- '-- -..- -
-Jo\tJ: ., '1-,4$; NI. "r"i"alls, papers my that Mr. MoKIni has paJn. It la within the reach of all, about It,both sent free( .:: '" Thla "I'I..mlo'V"{ ;lILIAM O. Hf>POH:, MOTH PAPERA

a.hlllrton, "' 11.116; Put.ln-Ray. 0., U2.116; been In falling! health for several T.' H. Pointer. Herapstead. Tex., writes: by mall. Address Dr.[. ...,It!!!!. ;I "-41-9t Attorney fur J'talilntipi'. Education by Mail
fl, .W-W; Lookout Thla la to. certify that Ballard Snow Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton -
both his sight! moth d..troy"talld dl.lnl."t..n11'1".1| ,
Mountain Tenn. ,2l ,5ma years, and of.l..t"l eye In Liniment baa bean used In my houae- N. Y. When BomaofSwaiUK* C1Iamherlaln's cotta Cholera' and Ito eaeawhon. ,.a.....NtuJyliMrfttttonita.._e.c.ttm.itm.S iimjk-kmja, .. 1II..1... TiiriH-tB, ,or ill th.l ,,,1011 of lure mill
Fopfurther J Information and Pull- and, hearing have been defective. bold for years. and teas been found to beaD writing mention this paper and don't Diarvtion Hen:*.!?. S Inc.ArlUimt HUsut UnMouly" lSo*..,aaoooeo'y luoSmia.ClimO. clothing, it drlv..n) muth and worry
Htmvmr laI''". B..I.DO... U may.res iif e. :. itSi ,' *ilao Twolvi ,\laeete' tn a packet, carriage r'rep&ai
rank r..rvatJona < call on or write years past Mr. MoKIm had been- an excellent Liniment for Kheumatloalna. make any mistake but remember thename -- ---. --- --- -- ... ..-.r..D,0 L1.jjtaoa<01-; ._.10011017...", Ta.gbl .p ..:I.. ......'1: UK I epsciaets6tu. irdrutfglet dos'stat have iiMSdiCs ,
Byl ton, District Passeng Far without it. Sold 1 Dr. Kilmer'a and to l0 II e.. .t a.
" !.Agent AtlantJo Coast LlnaaIOO,11 -, active tlM'luelo"'poblio affalra at AOk.nDIIQ..Jjcew.nrull> I am never. Co by Uia address. BlngnamUm Swamp-Root, N. Y. The News |100 a year == .td.'t::.. L iZ1L Pb.a. '1., ... Pu.U..tluu USliwa.

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NOTICE.ThxOltj :
JnnI '" 1LILILILI !nL"'Innf'II..1Y.I; UI'>TJT.2'" 'The Palatka News 15 Finance Ibe Bridge. iB .

Advocates of the proposed bridgeto ( of Piumtkeiitm;; ; ; passed 'mi Ordlnituue -
--- span the Hr. Johns river at Pal at. Early Fall Goods. to :. for pHUliiK' parts of IftatiaHiieu
""" mend WiittTBtrueimtfieOlty or 1'al
made the state
ka have

i I =! City' happenIngs and $ ment that repeatedly the bridge Installment could be built For tho early] fall trndnI atlUk.Huutlon. 01)(' ol nalil" Ordinance, reads a.followsi l
Bulterick and for the plan '
paid on lit. ll have a > huo of "Huctton,, 1. That I...liion !Street; fiom thoInUimtHHIoii
:\ Personal' mention. J JJ. $ without Its costing the people very pretty of Water .t..t.. to tbo Kantr 20 PER CENTREDUCTION
Putnam county any more money In English Beige Solsette r.liluof Itoxe Htrept.Hlul; /nlxo Water Hlrtit'tfroili
""" """ "' ''''''. taxes than they are now paying. I imp Mouth aide' of Mama Htreot to theN
Mohair 4 -Inch
t1 Lustre III Hlcluof Lnurt-l Hlreot. illmll be paved .
C. Osteen of HollUter was In the By this It was understood that m with
city early III the week. jropeity would not be assessed at a ?) Gloria' Silk Foilette Silk, the vim b provlMloim animism 6r Brick mi ordlniinue In nouoitlnn untltlwd 'Aninlliiiiiioil

I Maj.] J. L. Burton of Creucont City ilgher rate than at present The in all the latest"' weaves, at ( to PioMUo for the Fnvlim' aimItupitvlnii

1 Patterns was about Palntka on Monday.Mm. levy hAIl already reached Its legal I 4 prices beyond competition. ) Klurldii.1 pUHHiHl Street I ID oponoouiitill in time City of In the PuTntkn ltr.

Henry Cowart of Tampa I. In limit.; the bridgeare Also a fow nioro Summer I of; Pnlutku, on the iota day of August,A. >
hu relatives. Many who are opposing ) I
; city visiting; of 114)7.IhuCilty ofPnlatkn, linn nl.o passed "An
doing so solely on the ground Lawn, Dimities etc.,
t.: Mrs. Mande 1'rlddy Spring of Savannah rii idliimml'S to piolil for tliu), imln itiul:, rupitvlitir -
opposition to Increased taxes, send worth IOu und 2Go to f,) \ HlnwlM In theOltvof' nilntku.1*
(lit., In lu the city visiting relatives. made the -
several of them have for Now llimitfoni tlil nolliw U for tile purPOHU
statement that If It could be shown y/1 Sc, 9c and 14c yard. 1m I of not VIIIII the owimm of loin or pnrlaof .

Miss Minnie Buky spent Suiulnyn that I he bridge could be cnnstruotec, dii They must K regardlessof liUfi'Hi'i-Moii loll fruiitlnu of on Wnlt.r Lemon MtiiH't Hlret.t" to from thu gust tile

Atiarnesfs I Pomona ns the guest of ]Miss Kmnm without such Increase they would ) cost, so if you need any lid,,of lui." "Hi rei-t IOlId iliac tlm ownoni of :E

Olmxtencl. wlthdiaw objection. aq of these goods to finish up jots from or the partaof Houth.I lotMriontlnaon\VnterHtrwt lile of Muln: Htrout to the -

Mrs Walter M. Davis and children Last week the News promised to I l1)1) the season, now i is a good North I Hide' of Liiunil Htr.ro. thnt they' muiit
of Jacksonville spent Sundwy In the 'give the plan of financing ProPosed piivu the minie with oineniiinilurd:; ::: grade of In order-to make
time to 11llY.I Utrllli'il, iMlukuntl iiiuatu .. Uimiltu Ourb-' room
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city with relatives. by bridge advocates( the follow- I' f..olld
'lug. Plis' npiiilllcutlanii cull "
Mrs. Ole A. Holmes and Mrs. WI.H. big figures were furnished us in an See my eleguut stock of 'In tbeotllneoftbu ollv I rolllll".nr. nml tile
Interview with Hon. L. C. Stephens, umuilur In MimicS tmM' Jst'eiilohit, Hhiill IwInlil. : for the large stock of shoes
Hoyt have gone for n visit to ( Torchon and Val Lace and Hul.I' I curbing; :iiiul piulnu; nuiHt Iwvotuplutod I:::
chairman of the board of
I Ieniersonville N. C. county I Inserton; at 5c yard. It ..-It bill thirty' The commissioners visited commissioners and himself an earnest of tlio expli Klloii of tile tlnui for ,iiilvi-rtlMlilgn : that has been purchasedfor
county be touched throe
cannot at
advocate of the bridge: I provhlxd& bv milil onllimncai) the owliera
the scene of work on the new hard ( nUnwhera. of all lotn 01 pnrtHof lots, Hluill'Liavu' to tbooxtniit
"Our plan said Mr. :Stephens, "Is times that price : ; :
urface road yesterday.Mrs. of oin-tblnl, of HUC>|I Mtirrt aacl whoretliMmtniH
to build a bridge at Palatka whichwe ) ahiittlag piopwrtvonliotliHliliMormilil the coming season
; J. D. I-tino and her mother are reliably Informed will cost Hiss Ha tie N. Buky porHonomm atraou tliu owiiur or "WII'\\ ,

We have ilrs. .lionet have returned from their S OUUII. This, it Is our purpose to 1m em Hbiill pave two-tblnla of aiifh iiti'uotjaliutMiiu '
at Crescent Bench. ) on such ,irom.itu', Falluio'' topne : verythinginLadies'
cottage pay for In 8 equal annual installments anil place In ,ptmltlolt" tint onrlilnit' i0- : ,
secured the 'Squire E. II. Lane of Putnam Hall with Interest at the rate of :Htili'cd orUlnaiu'e (I lie Boa rim of iiuiIPruntos
pent Monday In the city and was a six per cent per annum. Bridge y"n,, ,( to contraut for hiivliutho ; Cents' Misses' ands
H'Eit tloiui uiulor the oiillnunuo nifwrrwto ,
for f:: pleasant caller at this ollico. companies have built several bridges uuil tho(litr Oounoll, will imiulrouJlownumof '. iui'li
agency P. O. and K. J. Mcl-endon, proml. In the state on this plan. As the Keep I>I'U'IOI't' )"- olmtUiiKun the stnaiuiMl ""'. Childrens'
county commissioners can not Issue to liny thulr I propoilloimto; ahum othH
lentcitUens of the Holl later section
wellknown .
these tOHt or Miiclt pnvlutf I IIH provldetl 111 HUIU
were in the city Wednesday. interest bearing paper backed by 0.-<111"11I0.. :
the county's credit the Is to R H. O It ILL,
plan Your
and John Uaglu, the well known oldConfederate figure In the interest at the time of 9'0-Dt ClitUniinu lioiml" lioiul !i'i'tistOoI.Pl'epOmiltlS .
veteran of Pomona, was
giving the notes. In other words LOW CUT SHOES
visitor In the city yesterday.
for PIU'iUIt.
popularpatterns the Interest on the deferred payments >
Mrs. Snm'l Tolbort of Hastings will bo added and become a Hvnlml propOKiils will IMI rei'elxwl 1>V ;the
and was In the city !Saturday visiting her part of the notes. Itoiti or Huii.l 'J'rillitwfl! of the I';Sty or Hnlntku -
brother, J. H. Yelverton. Jr. ...1"rldll.1I1 tho outre of.tlu' iJhiilrimu
"In order to meet these notes as until II in., lionlny.. Clctolmr KlKhth, melT> will be sold at a reductionof
b.., will receive all Mrs. E. B. Wright of :Norwalk they come due the county will have for: guiding .mi aiea" uiipioxlinntliiK: mwMIUIIIO : .
passed through the city Tuesday en the following monies which can be ( ynrtls nnd for ClI""I.hllM\1 pluilniIn
cute for St. Augustine and Summer used for the iHinltloii I 'U : o fiwor 20%.
fall purpose: Oralilto, Ouliilng: :: :nml flrcuhir gianltoi
the styles -I a veil beach. "}'rolll the hire of state and ,' 'n..r Htonea or a rinlliia or 6 foot nml! for

The Rodman Lumber company Is county convicts. f2., OO. rttrnlMhlng: on tile utriwt nnd for tnvlng: M,: --_ -

about Sept. 10. l advertising in the Han Maten Item "A surplus out of the bridge MU acinnro in'lik ynrdH or bloclcw moieor of""cia 11I"of atulidnrd vIlrllhHTpnvIng biant bl

I for tax deeds to n total of lli)3) acres und, without Increasing levy $1,000( ) v Ith whluli to paveVmttor; Htreet rionMttlil : :
.. Every pattern of land in Putnam county. "\Ve are taking now from Htrout, to Lnurol: Htreot un !HlroutfiomuterHInit: toTwdltth Htre.I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Kelly of IIollls- the Gen. Rev. Fund for support All woi'k nml imitdlnl I lio In acfoidnii
of Ferry fl.700-less: .iKK) with' I ho ". on HIM Intho CITY SHOE STORE
will be the month at the
new : are spending annual receipts $1,800 '..of IIOl'J\ :;: KiiKliut:*:; .
:North Carolina, mountain resorts, I "Tolls Klmil pHMiientwIII In, Itimml on the CIwSof ,
and direct from and the Jamestown exposition. from bridge (estimated on miuiiiit. >lieu tlnlHheil 'and in'ooptml as
) S3, OO.) tii'i' iiutiiMiiiomfittii' of tho! (,Ity KngliiutiiIhocitv ".
L. A. :Smith:! returned last Friday portion of t IsO money Is In, 'Itniul,
New York. from an outing of several weeks at "Total each t lime-i hint or tho nionoy: to Le iltnlvwil:I'froismtile .i Prop.
year. (8,800)
bi'tterimtnt uttrn'MNiiitint to I IHI pnld HIlt ii.I
''AllhevUlo and the Land of the Sky
"This amount, as will readily be I In till!'ty ilavM.., ono-thliil ..lthl".I. 1111,11 tliHnml ,
This .
the :North Carolina mouutiilna.
No other Iin oiiu-tlilrd' wlttilll tuulve inonlliH. OortlllvatoH
seen, said Mr. "will .
Warner' Hamm and :Noah TUgh- Stephens, pay for tile deferred two-tlilldM will bluflliod .
for the bridge in the eight years. by tlmitu w lio do not pny In full guuritiitettl
equals man left on Monday for the Jamestown "In addition to thit It Is not Unreasonable :by .th,. tJlly, wblull' Himll IM, :u Mrx
pattern Exposition. From' thence li'lti on the pl'nimoty. bunwfltti'd 1 nml I.I wlmioimeiuii
that KATE L.
expect the assessed -
lxnr uiterOHt nfe the rate of pe
will to for governweeks.
they Maryland
the Butterick.All go value! of the east side propertywill ui'iituiii I"" mimi,ui,.
'fill. of Haiti btOLk lilugrunlro -- -
by that( time be greatly enhaticed. h'II""ry pacing - --- ---- -
Henry Mem In and son, Charles The' cm'hlng to twylii within' thirty dnyufter .
styles will amount of bridge tolls,, tho lotting of tho roiiliui nml tile enIlio See our flagnlflcent line ofHigliGrade
left thin week for a trip to Ilochetite estimated f:),500 per year Is under woik' to bo voinplHtod 'In 10(1( OnyB rron
and other points lu :New York. They rather than over, what we can reasonably 1i1m Limo met LI.15 or time c
be I kept in stock t will return' via the Jamestown. expo expect from that source, and G. B. MOBLEY, ( ThoiiMiind Dollnin chouk: nmdt for the payablo amount to of F.:Oils HOl Furniture Carpets

t: sltlon.Tho. there are several business men In m 'III I, Uhnlnmin of tile Hoard of Komi Trim ,
: regular set'vices at St. James Palatka who have expressed a willIngness i1 Fine Groceries f\\ t,,.'., mllHt neionipiiny tho hid. IhABoiiK
; Fashion Sheet resumed to become of Build Trimti.ua ra'rve the right to r'lo't' : ,Lamps and. Crockery.
M. K. church have been one of 80 men who 1 bids. Kii\elopi' to be niniKtu Rugs
,. and Hev J. F. Bell, the pastor will will pay $100 per year to the county Morrvdny' lilock. opposite friThl ";lr.I'irfO'-'h: : Pnvlng; ,"

free. Call preach next Sunday at both the as u guarantee for eight years pro m Kupperbusch's Xiesraurant.Wo B M OKIM.,
or .. The PrIces RIGHT.
t vlded (llinlnnnn' Hoanl of Horn 11 llttPalutkn ?
:: morning and evening services. tho .matter of tolls be placed Kloililu,' .....1'.. 4th. Mir.
send for one. J. A. Uinn, the popular confectioner under their charge. c handle only fresh

returned this week from a visit to "This' Is our plan" B"ldIr.! goods, both in fnncY- frocerl..s Notice. CAPT. M. R. RYAN. Jl.91.- -J.L-'Y.l.fI!='it
hiM old South Carolina home. Mr. Stephens "and I believe that when I&l and farm produce, =

'Phone us your (linn has been In poor health lately the people\ have looked Into itthoroughly nil fW and solicit a share ofyour All persons duslions of having any PALATKA, FLORIDA.Work .

and his trip helped him lots. ; as we have their objec pntronnga. II corrections made In the assessmeu
pattern wants. Mon will largely subside. It should Von will like the appearance roll for the year 1IM)7) whether In the
Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. :Neck returned
also be remembered that these figured of our store and listing valuation of property or otherwise -----
home last [ from extend-
"" Saturday an do not represent all that the L/4m stock, and our low prlc- lire required to file with the
edvUitvilth relatives in Virginia. \\mt1i&e'\; \ \. rnn.J::
board could I : :
pay per annum on this es will appeal strongly; Clerk on or before the second regu
it>4 I"' Mr. and Mrs. Neck also visited bl'ldge.Ve have made up a systemof ) to you Huppoae you hit meeting of the City Council In m:"Ml fif/!: LZ;
and the Jamestown
Don't forget Washington. ex tables which lay bare all the I, come and see us. the month of [September, 11H)7\ ) the
position. county's resources, and these show same being the 17th day of :Septem:!
Mlhs Josephine Bard of Norwall.has that we will have even a much larger 1 G. B. MOBLEY, II ber. 1907, their petition or complain for Everybody.
we are closing E been In the city this week taking fund
H available for bridge pay ; Palatku, Flu. addressed to said council writing,
the examination for Putnam county ments. These tables we will furnish setting forth specifically their obJection }
: |! out all school teachers which has been I In the :News for publication next week to said assessment, and cnriections :

progress at the school house. Miss They are taken from the records of desired to be made. WANTED f.:

| Summer Hard was the guest of Miss Minnie the county." The City Council will meet In the .
S. Notice of Application for Tax Deed '
8 Buky.Ruv.. Council Chamber for the of WANTED
that purpose V AN IllA ,
Notice is
: Goods L 11. Lynn returned on Men Labor Day's Parade. hereby of given tax certificate Henry heal'lnlouch\ petitions or complaints
< day from a visit of several' weeks this 8trun7 purchase: on the 17th day of September, A. D., WANTED
lid !f- old home in Tennessee, and ser Labor Day in Palatka. was not eel No. 374 fated the 3rd day of April A. 1007. .
: regardless of has filed l said certificate in
ebinted with much eclat And D 1893\ ray
vices will be resumed at the Pre.bvterlan yon J N. RLACKWKLL: ,
church next [Sunday. Mrs need j just that thing and lots of It to, office and has nmclo application for tax City Clerk. -

cost to make E Lynn and the children will rental make u success of labor day or another deed to Issue lu accordance with law. THE KENNERLY HARDWARE
Said certificate embraces the .
in Tennessee some time longer. general festivity. following Notice. ,

E room for our II. Flnley Tucker has sold the E. The' trouble was with' labor Itsel. described Florida property to-nlt situated in Putnam Thol\8sesRII1ent roll: of (tliH City of DEALERS
lit didn't show The colored county :
up. car Pulatka for the 11)07\) will be
1 big fall stock. C.Heights Wlndsch to U.property:N. Vanlanntnghuin in 1'alatk neuters union and the colored wuh.ldy's Ne'j of.oo'.j section 11, township 10, open for inspection year in the office of Hardware, Stoves. IMowa, Cultivators, WaterCoolers N
union were the only union, range 25-10 acres. Ice Cream Freezers for
the consideration being In the neighborhood the Assessor, in the City Council Agent ,0"
The said land assessed at the
Manyofthe of $:l. OO. this sale wn represented were about in/CO( the carpenters parade. In Ther line, date of the issuance being of such certificate Chamber, from August\ 28th to Sep Planet Jr. Implements, Oliver .:g
tember 17th, 1UO7, Inclusive, Sund'iysexcepted .
made last Saturday. Mr. Tucker Chilled Atkins' Etc.
headed In the of Unknown. Unless Saws )
by a bass and drum.. uaue'
snare .,
has several other realty deals penjj from U a m. till 12 in., una '
fall staplesnow The "wushladles" rode In said certificate shall be redeemed according -
carriage I from 2 in until 4 m. :Ea tl orid..a
p. F
Ing. a o. :
... bringing up the rear, and in. Mrs. Ella V. Grooms who ha "float" representing 'Mandy" gettln; on the Oth day of October, A. I>,, City Assessor.Timere's Will pay FOUR CENTS,. SPOT CASH for all time

"" ... been spending some time at Asheville out the family washing. That's nil. 1907.Witness clean, WCLL-CUUK1 VANILLA they can set 7i.'. '
:N. C., i la now at Saluda N. C.. Simple, but great in its simplicity. my official signature and seal
jjj: 20 to 30 per where she joined her sister ]Mrs The' banks and postofllce closed for. this the 2Hth day of August A 1). 1007; thirty years of experience and will continue to buy aim! ray cash for It through .
behind the celebrated MuntonUuar
,. George Wellerof !St. Petersburg, wh the day and so also did the mills amid [Seal) JOSEPH::! PRICE, May the entire summer. !1
cent saved on E with her little daughter, Ella, I I. factories. Cleric circuit court Putnam county ITIa.By so geueially preferred That's by why fashionable they are Bring your Vuulllu und get the", CASH. -
spending the season ut that popular' RAYMOND O.
K. PiticB. D.
all mountain resort. ladles everywhere. :New fall styles We want nothing but First Quality Vanilla.
purchases -- --- --- -- --- -
H E 'Twas a Bridge Meeting. now ready, all standard New York
Crescent City sent quite a. big delegation In Memoriam.
fashions loo each
or I'ia by mall
"ft" I lere. t \ of its citizens to Palatka on The regular meeting of the boardof The following resolutions on the Fashion sheet free. Fomsale only at THE: t
: county commissioners Wednesday .
: Wednesday among whom wcrenoted on death of Mrs. K. H. Ruble were recently Miss Hatlie! N. Ituky'a. New fall (
drifted Into
Hon. J. H. Harp, and MessrsW. / a discussion of the ndoped by the Palatka. C. dry goods and shirtwaists now ready
.. H. Campbell, C. L. Chamberlin proposed !St. Johns lUver bridge!! at T. U. : for Inspection. Kennerly Hardware Co. '

If ];. Wftlef, 1".r.. I'IlY80u. J. J. Palatkn the afternoon being entirely) Whereas, Almighty!! Ood our Heavenly ,
McOrady A. P. DeWolf, and U. C taken up in the discussion of the mai.-- '
.,. cer on the part of citizens. J.Father In his infinite wisdom The Western Union Telegraph Palatka, Florida.
t.1 Middleton. Most of these gentlemen -
.. has seen lit to remove from our hits reopened Its Palatka
IN' Thelompany attended the meeting of (the Crescent Delegations!! were present from midst our beloved sister and co- olllca with J. J H. Hlckenlnoper of -
City, Interlachen Putnam _
: board of county commissioners. Hall and other places and the courtroom woiker whose Influence and admirable Francis In chuigx. !
J H. Wylle. manager of the Interlnchen Christian virtues will not fade

Gravel company, was In citizens was of well Palatka tilled, with theso of whomare und away, hutjjy> the touch of the Holy the Henry city this Loom weuk.of Tiunpa was In __ u _____ _ ___ __ _ ___ _.___
ti the city a couple days this week and many dplilt will live on forever. In the
prominent In the business alfair ;JIB AimHMrKiB. :: wmiinuBUBi/ !iiar. :mIllI.J: _".m.r "
that his Is
busy Clara liable Union
"" "" reports company of the city.A dentn of Mrs. our : :
t.1 tfi t- getting out gravel not only for the numerously slimed has lost one of its must valued memo rJm"

new Jnterlachen-Palatka road, but presented from Crescent petition wa bers. Therefore, be it, If It's Quality Your'e After \jri\isk
for the Atlantic Coast Linn, as well. City in opposition ltesolvt'tl/'I'hllt we the members of ,. .i' "Vie
Earnest[ "The A. C. L." said Mr. Wylle, "Is from Intellachen to the bridge while one Pa la!k a Union W. C. T. U. do mourn n"", ,,",,,,,<'

fi going to use this gravel on Its con- H Vylie favored, sent the up' by Mr. J. our IONS but hope that by her beau I'lie Kinder S..wIUK .Miu-lilne I

crete work at Tampa and other lion, J. H project. tiful Christian life we may catch the Not only' for lilili lily. hut, for nu-to- ;" O irnojse.Complete
Harp the \
places and Is loading many cars withIt was first Inspiration and be .encouraged to tliilo I'miittriictloii i ii.. HlNi KIt: linn >
speaker. He was the IMWII I In tin' liml. ...
t opposed 'nir Y"-IO''5113's '" .' :t
; daily brIdge and he made quttnn. lengthy greater activities In this great woik JIIHC .llttlit i I hot\..,> tlitiu the nnt. .m 5IJr? ,
The September examination of HI which we have undertaken for Clod 'I'h" MINI4EIt (IONHI'NHIC ..d"on'lnIlO. It I -
argument. grounds of
c' ,
public school teachers Is In progress tion based opposl and our fellow man.liesolved. which, sou miiy not km,, .bin. w.ewillI' >. .
: were upon the Inability of ph"I"llo l .how 7oli-' >(!ltllHeWHIIIO :. ;
this week. [Superintendent Tucker the That we extend our I In time I enS-lug innt5lilnA' btiMi.liVHHiiiiil -
farming classes to meet Increased :: "wr-
Is conducting the examination 01 heartfelt' sympathy to hor husband wa know U from (1,1 li to hot- .: : J.: ,
tux demands, and the fact that ... ...... /
I i irJ white tellcherof whom thvre are the building of the bridge would pnt and sons In this their great; sorrow tl.Tll. .HIN1IICH.1. <:wo llltiv iniikunnrllvlnH>t. .....n lit tliif""I.111tnhllMliinenlor g I

; five-at the high school, and School an end to hard surface road construe Kosolved, That these resolutions K.o liA: 111,H. 117 1,41111011 and can'like whole bill. small
a to the
Supervisor J. II. Ureen of Fruitlant tlon in the he spread on the minutes of this Htruut. Vitlntkik. Uti, Mhi> will IHIpli III you year pay Only a
has charge of the examination 01 would be a direct county benefit something to the that Union: and a copy be sent\ to her "iiMil Lo vliuw you und neil you .no payment required at the time of purchase and the balance m .

colored teachers at the colored ers. The bridge could not be such farm-a husband and sons and to euch of the :; 'i\\t' I, our l OLkol-lHOk"IJAHir : mall weekly or monthly payments to suit your con

1 school. There are six colored nppll benefit. Mr. Harp was followed city papers.f I.. >V. Jiuikiion. 8al.,iiiitii A. C'nllettor i '
by My great success is due' to the fact that I
cants for teachers certificates.C. W. Ji. Campbell. also of Crescent MK,*. I. It. SI-ELTB. Oulnoiivlllu' Florida.dII M largely
The New Pennock of Miami Oilier Com. J{ MHR. H. .1. AnA "I. vel1ience'l-
B Is pub- City speakers of the after.Imo.mm f Idles HKi.r.rc .MI-KEN/IK.!: I Everything as Represented or Money
series of card Oeo.
"" llxhlnga post views were B. Selcluli H. A. Iav -

33 III number-which show the workof Is, Dr. A. 31. Steen Henry Hutohln ,'iTL'rmt: III,1111'', inniniii $::
: 111'
Col. Hilburn Returns.Col. 111! 1I1I1J:1J11': .
t: and Up-to-Date:: construction at dltlerent' points on son, J. H. Wylie and II. K. Wald J. H. Yelverton I J

the Key West extension of the Florldit Mr. Selden gave figures to show how 8. J. Hilburn reached home 2 .
= ,
: Kane Coast Rail WRY. He was in the brIdge could be built without Increasing Wednesday night from Anhevllle, N. I Delicious l : : ; : ::

S Dry Goods Palatka yesterday and made arrangements the tax burden over what 0., being obliged; to cut his vacation 'Zl .n III1 rl. c .

""'4 ,, for their sale In this city. (the people are now bearing. These short on /account of 1"lfnl.eol/ll\'e/ : Bon Bons
Ij< --
Thesn views will Interest everyonewho he had arranged even more carefully men's.' He Is at Starka today on -- - -- -- -

Store, has given any thought to the than those given by Chairman Stephens court matters and next week will i and

magnitude!! of this great railway undertaking. and which appear In' an Inter bo engaged on an Important case at .
view with that gentleman III another Orlando.. Chocolates
: In New The Baptist church of Palatka has column of this paper. Mr. Hilburn states that after these ,

called to the pastorate ito,. J. C.Jullnm (Julie a number who arrived that oases are disposed of It Is Ills purposeto All Home-Mads Candles SCHOOL BOOKS.NEW.
Waldo, a gentleman whom day from the county precincts with !give nil the time at his command
jf ij flerryday the; of until the 80th lust to the dry campaign
s the: members have every' reason to purpose opposing the bridge. I Something added
and that he will flew
believe will accept the call. Mr. became converts to the enterprise be- committee '
/ Jullum spent a week here early lu fore leaving the city. make several addresses in the coun-' r every .ifay.L. .

Block the summer at which time he became -- ty. He expects to speak In this city,.
( as new)
""" quits familiar with the work Deputy Sheriff Killed. at the court house square, on Kildar A. SMITH I' i

t: and the people, upon whom he made light the UOth. lie Is also bookedfor AND SECOND tfAND at
Charles :
On a moot favorable impression. Mr. l\I. KurU deputy sheriff Interlachen and Crescent City. foiiioii St.. Paiutka.,
t: of Volusla county, was nccldentnlly lie date of the. latter appointment
Cullum Is a man upwards of 50 years' shot near Port Orange Tuesday .afernoon. yet to be fixed. tTriE:: lIIt'IIIIILJIJII9i'.iI'i' lIIIIi ltiilllW.u;._ Chas. E. Palatka. :
of ago and has a wife and one child Rowton's
Hev> n. hunting the.u"KroIroll
Putnam House ,
ft likely that hU Intentions will be ,
Brevard and had ---- -- -
county stop ____ __ --
made known to the church by Hun-! _
ped to plank in the bridge + Price
replace a
"" day. List on Application.Save .

; Square. I ils I IB and revolver others slipped were' from crossing Its holster when ?:E\L e\ro.:\ : : : ?ha.rm.: ov: .

New Teacher Appointed.The .
ell on tho bridge and fired, the ball II PALATKA. FLORIDA !
and Rebound School BoolcS
i county school board on Mor. trlklng him In the right side and I money buy I
Palatka, FJa.mnn day appointed Miss Neela McLnughn aiming almost Instant death. The !r--Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and I.I good aa new and 25 or 80 per cent less than new books. :

of Hastings assistant principal body was taken to Dnytona. De- Patents. Liberal! allowance for in good order secoud Land(
I. of the Cresceut City high school for eased was a very popular and efll- fReSOHIPTIONS OARI FULL.Y COMPOUNDED.

:he ensuing year. This school Is to lent officer and was well known In ( OABDHX BBIO. Ap"te Mallory BKimihlp j school books "used in this county. .
each the lltli grade the coming this city. He leaves a wife and tin*.
: : TTT ir.:T..JTrj.Ln1nnf rnr& and will employ four teacher. umlly.! '1 :--. <1 "' :: ...... !

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