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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW SERIES: VOL. XV, NO 38. PALATKA, FLORIDA, :FRIDAY! SEPTEMBER 20, 1907 *1. Per Year.Here's 4


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.tf $ t .tf Board gf Trade Meeting.At NEW ROAD TO Death of Calvin Gillis. Hard Roads tance.ef First Impor-

the regular I meeting at the Pnl- Tim Times-Union of Saturday last

/ atka board of trade on Monday night( ENTER PALATKA contained an Associated Press account Editor PALATKA NEWS:

there wax "n large attendance. of nicni- of the deaf at Atlantic City, As I am considered one of the
beiM. of Culvln Glllls youngest; son of the
leaders of the to the
The prinuf)>ul subject of discussion 'Will Be In Operation Within late Calvin Olllls and both former ty building a opposition bridge; across the coun-St.
Your was the proposed St. Johns river residents of Palatka.
Johns river at Palatka. I will ask a A
Year.
at
to this account Mr. Oll
wagon bridge at Palutka. It was decided According little in which to state
appoint a committee of the "That railroad which the News lie died In the ocean last Friday In space the my rea-
board to circulate petitions to I the mentioned, somA two weeki nf o as water not more than waist deep sons for opposing bridge.
monies the
All that
county can
county commissioners for the bridge, likely to connect Ocala, and I'lilnlkii," "lie was seen to wade underneathho will
rains should bo used where they
and n. committee WHS appointed I to said Mr. F. J. O'llara yesterday, ( steeplechase plor and suddenly, of most benefit to the whole abe
secure signatures. This comnilttneIs "you can now state an being n certainty disappeared.' lifeguards/ rushed to .
\ Final comnoRitd of tho following gentle- and Its icolnir to prove a big his rescue and brought him ashore, county.The and most demand
Bargain.I' H. O. llamiii. It. 11 linikeni.in a. thinK for 1'nlatka." but he did< not regain consciousness. of leading the citizens throughout urgent the-
B. Moblcy., Stewart Warden. Miirtln Mr. O'liara aluo Btntoil that hn expectell Surgeon Beckwith said that Glllla' ;
GrlfflnV.! J A. Merryday, I<. C. Cim-, to see the road completed end death WitS not due to drowning, but county for a number of years bas.
ova W. 8. Hurdotte.J. H. Houghton, In operation within the next yeAr. to heart. failure. He was a member been for an Improvement of our public
roads
T. 13. Merrill and H. A. Davis. "The :K. P. Rentz Lumber company of the Knights of Pythias, and had a
The citizens should be the best
{ These petitions are now being; cir of Silver Hprliifrs.; Bald he. "lia ticket in his pocket reading from
what and
what
culated and numerously slirued. Indeed purchased the road from Silver Baltimore to Atlantic City." judges they need

f. Opportunity i tho sentiment in Palatka Is Spring to Ft. McCoy, and linn. already Deceased was the youngest sou of they The want their commissioners money spent seemed for.

practically unanimous for the bridge torn up the light( rails and the late Calvin Glllls up to 181)5) one to understand county what the people '
Ir[fit can be built logally and without put down a new track of heavy of the moat prominent citizens of ; wanted .
] Increasing taxes as the showing ralla. The company has also pnr Palatka. His mother Is sinter of Mrs! for as soon as the legislaturegave

made' by County Commlanloner I chased the old road from Sliver Mary Itenet of this city. The family them permission to transfercertain

Stephens In the tables published last Springs to Ocala and will noon equip moved to Asheville, N. C., in 18U5 for surplus monies In the treasury -
week. this lln wlth heavy rails. The lId reasons of health and them the fath they Immediately transferred
For "'Summer Clothes : The board also took notion looking right of way from Fort McCoy to-Pa or died In 18UH. A brother lion. these monies to the good: roads
fund and commenced thePalatkaInterlachen
10 the establishment of a hard road, latka long ago; surveyed; has also Irving Glllls was a prominent attorney building
hard Thla
ear from East: Palatka to the Krultlaud been purchased by the Jo:. V Renlz of this city and a member of the road.
action of the seemedto
r.' peninsula via Han, Mateo and Dunn's company, and the work of building Florida Constitutional Convention commissioners
Ureek. C. U. Alvers ottered to donate thin connection will soon begin. of 18KO: who died in this city in 18IW.: meet the hearty approval of all
the lighter for ferry purposes over "This road" continued Mr.O'liara, Calvin Ulllts, the younger, whose citizens of the county, while practically

,, ., the: creek. "will make a most valued additionto death is now reported, was born and everybody in the county recognized /
\ the need of roads at tins
1'alatka and greatly Increase its grew to manhood in Palutkn, and good ,

A Blind Tiger Caged.A Importatlce UK shipping point fur was a 3'OIIlI111111I/ of sterling worth same that time nobody seemed at to Palatka know.
lumber and naval stores, as the new and ability. He attended the public we needed bridge
genuine "blind tiger" was' tiapp- until a few week. ago/ when the Pa
Hue will tAp a country rich in their schools of tills city and was esteemed
ed by Sheriff Howell lust Sunday production. The road has already highly by his associates and his latka board of trade Informed us
4 night; and Is now In the cage up on that we needed the bridge. It Is
secured facilities for a terminal In elders all of whom unhesitatingly
rangestreet known as the county this city. The road will be knownas predicted for him a life of great use- true, Interlachen sent In a condition
all.
the Ocala Northern. It will ulness. His death In his 82d: I Is tition for the bridge (on
Every Suit in the house (except serges) The "tiger" was caught In the up a rich section of country. The the cause of much sorrow in year this that It would not Increase taxes,) but
Jungles up near the Union Depot road has been Interlachen could afford to ask for
have been marked down lIe was selling "booze." He wnalaught already incorporatedwith city.Ho the bridge as she already hint her
: to the lowest notch. with the gooda. He had ample capital. Is survived by his mother, one
a Mention of this new road was later, 1111 Ins, Waddell Hills, and one I hard road.
United States revenue license, signed made In the News of the Oth Inat. brother. Mr. Donald Glllls. all of It looks like this bridge proposi-
by Joseph E Lee, and this, under Asheville N. (J. tion Is based on a fancy idea, or a
SUITS THAT formerly sold at the laws of Florida.' .. IH nrlma Reuben's Fer the Bridge. Calvin Glllla was formerly city editor matter of local pride of the Palatka

facie evidence of guilt. of the' Asheville Citizen board of trade, more than it Is an
The tiger's name is Eddie: Slncuin. Norwalk, Fla., Sept. 1707.Dear Daily economic necessity.

Eddie keeps a joint-a "soiled dove Mr. Editor: which editorial paper makes the following A long span steel bridge that ;
from will reference to his death
$10 to $24.00 go during this cote.; He looks neat, but he Is a I take my pen in hand to write youa ..It la with that: the would permit the hyacinths to float

bad nigger for "he tolls not, neither few lines. This leaves us all toler-- Citizen chroicles the death of down with the current would costa. '

// does he sp n." Ire has a followingof able well, and I hope It finds you all another today former member of its staff large sum of money, possibly enough;

sale at $5.00 $7.50 and $10.00. light ginger cake girls with him the same. I herd to men talking Mr. Calvin Gillis. Death under to build a system of good roads,
p and they were all at the court house about that bridge the other day, and circumstance Is repellant[ and any It throughout the county. The Palat

on Monday morning when Judge one said if we built it every man in leaves trail of and grief In ka-Interlachen road, now building,
sorrow
Coxe heard the case. Putnam county would have to pay follows the general direction of the
whatever it falls but when
They are all this season's manufacture i Eddie denied his Iullt-ell'a he an Extra dollar poll tax for 10 yearsor the dread shape without Florida Southern U. R. There shouldbe
cornea
I only selling ," which else he couldn't vote. The other message
was "Hopoline
another good road built along the
like thief In the
] and are up-to-now: in style. \ he buys from C. C. Butler of Jnckonville fellow 'lowed Judge; Cox said that warning thin. is Ita sting a doubly poignant night, line of the G. S. & F. R. It., loading
and who Insists that It. la a would be, he thought; uncnnstitulonnl. from Palatka toward Bradford Co.
Calvin Gillis called in the
No such Bargains were ever before offered strictly temperance drink anil one But that ha hold the county prime of his manhood was while away taking Another good road should start at
I hat will speedily build up those omnilasloners were going to tax well earned rest at Atlantic City the Clay. county line and follow the
who are run down and who need aionic. chlokpns Ge a head( nnd sooner dogs I. general direction of the A. C. L to
in Palatka. all and the suddenness of hla call Is
will a
They go during the com l But Sherltl, Howell also found $:2.00 a peace. I don't know whichone crushing blow to his aged mother In Palatka and on south to the Voluela
it half-barrel full of pint beer bottles. of them to men was right. But county line. As all these roads
ing week. Those who get here first get first E It was real beer though Eddie in- It(i looks like about 100 men like that this who city survive and to the him.brother It Is and to these sister would center In Palatka It ought to

h isted that it, also wan hopollne. Is trying to Bluff the county cotninls- satisfy her.
that the Citizen( Its
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Judge Coxe bound Eddie: over tol.enoxt loners into killing the bridge.; expresses deepest If we will Inaugurate vigorous
of circuit In It looks to like far sympathy finding only one ray
term court the me we are
choice.Next system of good road building and
of comfort In the fact that the
week we will make our initial Fall E sum of $300. In default of which he enough; behind the times as it I In of a life aa Mr. (Bills spent spendIng it- : use all the money the county can
i Ie In now jail. Look at that old Court House, aln'thit conveniently raise for this
leaves no doubt us to his final reward purpose.
announcement. Most The News congratulates Sheriff a dandy? Why don't some pic- in a few years we ought to haven
and Winter Clothing )Howell on this capture. It I is not an lure: man put it on post cards? Ouess : "Those who knew Mr. Olllla willecall respectable system of roads in the

easy thing to capture even a blind he thinks they would't sell very well his and county. After we get A system of

of these goods are now in. i tiger. They na'e" .wary animal andre In Putnam county. Mr. Editor were entle nature.retiring lie was disposition one of those respectable roads in the county we
the lookout for ofllclal hunt- for that will
on anything Improveour
men who do things without brass will be ready for a new court house.
ers. county. If the bridge will help
W. Ii. CAMPBELL.INTERLACHEN .
land accout nnlaments. Of him it .
'alutka which will
/ it undoubtedly ,
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh It will certainly help us some up in could be truly said: lie was gentle,

all Oxford that Contain Mercury his end of the county. So we sayet's he was good.' In his heart there was ITEMS.D. .
this Sale workerhe
During our have That.Bridge. r no guile. As a newspaper
u tnrrmiry will surety destroy the souto or veritable
.n"lIand uotnlutely| .derange the whole system I'll be darn, Mr. Editor, If it don't was Indefatigable a Langerwlsch of Stroudshurg
when entering through the miicuna aurrucoii.uch look like things are going; dry, leastwise oldier of the day night' was he Pa., has purchased the Chas. Miller

Shoes will be sale at 20 cent ireaurlpllon, arllole.nom should roimtiibla never bo phynluiunN used uxoupt 114 the on this precinct Is. That man Mr never faltering/ until the last word home. Mr. Lnngerwisch expects to
had been to the whichhe I.
: : given
on per f 8 niimao they will"do In teiifnld to the good; you 'llghman tried to get to speak with paper take possession very soon. Mr. 'and
nu possibly don ,. to.,,, alma Hn.U'Inliirth ilm Georgetown! must a had a call served so well and faithfully. Mrs. Miller will visit Lake Butler

i f'io.miuiufntitiirtNl o? coiitnlnfl: no by tnoroiiry F': J. I'.n.tt tftkon Co.;., bout then. I ain't herd wether ho "And now has for bean him sounded.the last call He of Is and otheriplaoes before locating again
hirty' \
discount from regular price. Internally,601 log tllrooll upon tho blood *ndnuooua has returned ylt or not. The "shower"
Miss Hattie
i surfaces fit the system In billing Mr. Editor: give us a new courthouse face to face( with a mystery which given
11(all's Catarrh Cure be mire you get the genii.ne DO man has ever solved. For countess : Fraser on Saturday afternoon at the
It IN taken Internally and nmde Toledo, {100 miles of hard roads the ages; science has tried In vain to home of Mrs. E. A. Brush was a very-
0., F.1 Jhonny A Co. TeHtlmonlalH' tree. ridge at Palatka, .Lemon
pave ,
i old pierce the. drapery of the tomb but happy event. The presents were
by all ruKtflnt. 70o per bottle street, and then we can hold up our
Take Hall' Family Pllla for Conitlnatlon. leads the progressive counties no one him yet penetrated the mists numerous, useful and pretty, among
( of among the beyond. But we who remain know them being a gold Christian. Endeavor -
state.
Your. until death that the grave Is not the end, and pin given by the society.

Man's HouseIs REUBKN: hose who survive him whom we The school teachers engaged for t '
now mourn would not if they could the coming began their duties
) Putnam Baptist Union. call back the sen and brother who year
j on Monday: Principal, Miss Lillian
Fearnside Clothing His CastleIt The following Is the program of ha bidden of this farewell life."to the cares and Doss of Astor Park; assistant Miss,
sorrows ,
the Putnam Baptist Union which Ella Rogers of Putnam Hall.

will meet with the Decoy Baptist Dr. J. M. Jones of Starke has
engaged -
should be fortified protected church September 27th and continue Orphanage Day. ; the residence of Joseph Stock

with good paint. Ten houses are through the following Sunday I The Baptists of Florida nianlntaln 'for the winter and writes that he .

Company burnt up by slow decay, from not Sept. 27, 11 a. Introductory an Orphanage at Arcadia by the voluntary will remove here as soon as possibleto
Elder O. A. Prevatt.
being properly poinled,to every one sermon 7 by subject contributions of citizens in pack and ship goods. Mr. Stock ,}

that is destroyed by fire. And yet ItcO.1I Why p.should m. Temperance the Christian People: Illl parts of the state and the first will teach at Floraliome and we are

but Halt to keep/ house well of Florida Advocate State Prohibi- Saturday In October has long been sorry to have him and Mrs. Stock

Florida. painted if the tight| kind of paint tion." R. K. Altman, tint speaker. set apart and known as "Orphanage; leave us, even for a time, but glad

Pata.tt !b used The best pRinter in the Sept. 28th: I 0 a. m.-General SubJect Day. On this day all who will are the house will be tenanted as It has
,
world cannot do a good job with : "Is it Essential for the Uoitpel urged to send a contribution to B. M.\ been so nicely painted and Improved.W. .

poor paint but give a good painter 10 bo Preached for the Salvation of Bean, superintendent, Arcadia Fla. L. Powell, who has been at the
Sinners? If so? Why so?" K. E. The home is for the poor white Take View for some clays for the

// Altman, Bret speaker. religious of the state Irrespective of Uodman Lumber company, has located

t $ PA-rTON'S 7 p. in.-Mission Subject, : "Would creed or nationality and it a turpentine still near here; several -
not the Cause of Foreign; Missions be Is now caring for 53 children-fnedng. loads of lumber have been unloaded -

!More Itnpldly, Advanced I by a More clothing and educating them.It here to build houses for the
United Effort of all Protestant De- Is a noble work and deserving employes. John Smith, I is engaged

nominations." J. M. Fraser, first the help of every citizen of Florida.. In erecting houses, the buildings goIng -
All who see this notice are urged to "
peaker. on the "Plantation.
ILJIr 112 PAINTS 20th, I B a. Sunday-school sub- call the attention of some other per- up
FOR SALE Ject: "Resolved that the Sunday on to the needs of this Institution. A. E. Eraser of Tampa arrived

school do Monday. He will accompany his
properly supported may as
Peerless -- and you will surely get a Job that much for the upbuilding of the Few Kickers Appear.The sister, Miss Hattie to, Jackson. Miss.

; will look, well ana wear well. church as the preaching service." The Congregational pulpit was
meeting of the city council on
Land They are economical paints because George Geiger first speaker. devotedto filled by Benjamin. Stock: Sunday
was mostly
Improved and Unimproved they cover BO much more II a, m.-Mission Sermon to be Tuesday hearing evening complaints from propertywners morning and the sermon was a decided -

Process surface and wear so much longer preached by Elder J. E. Black.L. on account of the Increased pleasure to all. Great strides
than ordinary paints. They are E. MoUae.clerk.
to Improvement can be made Whellone's
In Hoth City and County. sold by reputable! retailers whose assessment on real estate of which
whole soul in In the work and
there were but live or six.
Artificial the business continued existence patronage depends of satisfied upon LETTER TO E. M. ALBRO The attendance wall not large. F. we can Justly be proud of "Ben."

StoneWalls customers. Crt Color; Cords Palatka Fla. D. Wattles acted as clerk in tho absence The Social Club met on Thursday

Strunz and Information from Dear Sir There are two sorts of of City Clerk lilackwell, whoa with Mrs. U. H. Ewing at the "Cu-
Henry paint: one to sell and make money, In Mississippi on a. visit to rela- bano."
Copings and Stepsfor tj the other to paint and save ti ves.
trader ---- A straw ride given by a party often i
Florida ACkeiMOl SeWohI( Dreg CO. Who gets the money? The ,
Palatka
Cemetery r the seller, the painter v. More Improvements.The of our young folks on Tuesday r
--- -- Where does it come-from? The night was a novelty in this place,
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.---------- -- Palatka, Florida. granolithic sidewalk: idea but clay roads make things
Work owner,of course; he pays the painter ; many
aridWater for doing; the work, and the dealerfor .whlch the News some time ago predicted possible now days.

t gallons of paint; and he pays thedintmanufacturer would prove contageons in At the time this letter had
to be '
Vaults nnnnrnrnrnrnnnrrrnnrrFIRE' '", this shows of'
Tight Ifibe. Call( and examinea gallons again: city already signs mailed the prohibition picnic had!
::: all round epreading.(
more gallons more money : possession of the town. We left every
specialty. PVBIJIC CLOCK == for the. owner to pay to the painter Dr. E. W. Warren has prepared If body happy-good speaking, a
and has had signed by nearly, not
dealer and paint-manufacturer. bounteous dinner, fine singing, every
For prices or estimates Piquard's ::: Inure your property ntfnlnat fire 135 What's the paint that saves money? quite, all the property owner. or. thane thing; good. The hall was crowded
Corresponds Gallons again; less gallons, less a petition to the city council upstairs and down and,
apply to _- j 6 H. Finley Tucker 3 money for paint less money for asking; that body to order granollth- wag glad to be there. The dinner everyone un-

I ::: Insurance. j:-J: wages; a gallon of paint Is To for Ic sidewalks on.both sides of Kirby der direction of}o[r.. 8. ;J.Townsend.

G. or 0. PETRE HOWARD Hand-Painted :-: Op.Court UOUMO, Pnlntkn, Fin wages and paint. Less gallons, leas and to Lemon south Fifth street.! streets That from settles Morris it. Mrs. U. H. Ewing; and Mrs. O'Haver
$5
,. money to pay, I a gallon. o( Keuka, more than fulfilled all ex-; f
:: : Two sorts of paint leas gallons; nnd The walk will be built. Let the contagion pectations. Palatka was well represented .

Palatka, Fla. .. >VATCHf E Real Estate Bargains =2 more leAS money and more: if a spread. It means a better and and neighboring hamlets

(h.aceur.iel) China. :::: Twn-room.S-Btory house, ""? gallon; difference. : two to one in gal- a greater Palatka. sent good; delegations. K. C.

1'J'J"nDn-.JrftJtJt'JI'LTrt"Jt1r.1tn'rJ == corner lot\uoxllA,cheap for o..Hh. 7- ions and money.
) It-Uapeasure"tluiowiK! il'-l -' No.Two-story boat on the ::4Hultfltta It costs twice aa much to paint the l.am----. Back. Attack of DUirrbesa Cured by On DOM

B B ;'you have the righl time to1xihe.econd.bulWhpwJ E lust far enoiiKU out of ::S average When\ paint an. to This Is an ailment for which Cuamber- of Chamberlain Colic, Cholera
town to alive city t r jjronnoctlona paint Devoe. the people Undue talus Pain Balm has proven especially
Shoes E : Hood h.: :ir.W'amt =3G0xx It may not be quite so easy to aluable. In almost every Instance It and Diarrhea Remedy
!
Free < ? )v,;.w1I&thhg/ >-6an to SMITH E uulnk.I >. Tula no will property, null at tnuat tfc Imiunln IMI Hold3: i::* + ell extravagant paint by calling affords prompt and permanent relief. r was so weak from an attack of dlar.

S /( '.. << = purtoiiflU oiul bulanu In liiHtiillp--a 'cheap.." rlr. Luke LaOrange of Orange, 6IIchf rlunu. that I could scarcely attend to my

To 'iHdwlrcfl) el im ntn. Yours trulv says of it: After using plaster anti duties wheat took a daRe of Oh .m-
every child born in Putnam : E No.1I.-I.lor boiue tl rooina ;Sbettttlua III F W DHlVOE A CO other remedies for three weeks for a berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea

County during the year 1007 that ;.---\J.:: =:: laundry room, p..lltr"l ;;;::;;i lame back I purchased a bottle of Remedy It cured me entirely and I

ia nronght to my store before twd =J ." "/ L'.....1';.; ':.r- ., The Jeweler, :I": oloitwt room*,,flto.Barn Annex and ,outhoiiHMsi.with H .Lot ;_ i Ie The offering Fearnside customer Clothing. company bftne. hamberlain'* Pain Balm and" two ap- had been taking other medicine for nine
special effected Sold
months old, I will give its firstpair ::J : 191 DxtMMl ft. Fruit trees on plo, S iliaatlona a care by days without relief. 1 heartily recommend -
Si
.
this week which
tit
\ .
1S' fmcul .o t(IttHlrnhlolot'vlltvon Hultflit -rg many prudentuiyers tokerman-Stewart DrUK 00. this remedy as being the best to
of shoes ABSOLUTELY or. IMI at hull,Ita vuluu 3 will
e, 't '$H to J130 .,Cnn bought ___ appreciate mid grasp my knowledge for bowel complaints.R .- i

1gBE, .8. : ---t Palatka No... -f( acres or f"ni-p"l land tw 12 The company offers all summer stalls' Miss Hattie' lluky la offering avery C. 8-MWART of the flrnt of Stewart,
: ": oawgotaco.lybddedaeMUo.ln.t..{ )l gg from flu to f'24: & Hro.. Greenville
rQ'A" = hoim, 1.$7.Band$10 pretty line of fall shirt waists Ala For gale! hv aAckermanStewart
yuari K-Htory OT rlookliiKiHmutlful Mt the last named
William I M. Curry :: ulHnr-wHt, Ink In town 7y" ::: amount enabling the buyer to take ot latest mid moat approved styles, Drug Co.Chamberlain's .
; : 01 Kouk",only 'I liwus '. well dress of
.ol : a. as heavy !goods every
:
9er d bop D : his pick of any suit In the hou.x.It's .
Tha ladles
The INHDARD'sbook Fla. 7111111611 the biggest offer In clothing ever ascription. are invited RemEdtfrq
Man With Shoes ELBtlt1': IUIIIIC to call and sea good
tiO WATCH 65i mad in Ibis city. :: cable Croup sadwhwplagCough. .

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THERE IS A DIFFERENCE and voted against It, it la nevertheless \ lm
PALATKA NEWSEntered GAINESVILLE'SGREATGROWTH true that these same men are 1
Lest week the News publishedpart now Its strongest supporter It U I New Stock \Jjl'Jjl'I { 1

at tbe Palatfca postofllc of an able editorial by Editor safe to any that thei Is not lit the

as mallable matter of the aeoom Frank L. Mayea of the Pensacola city of Gainesville a single substantial { VI.A. Merryday Co. .
class.PsbUshed. respectable citizen but would Garden Seeds .
_ Journal on "Why Prohibition will oppose with all Ills might any attempt .
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at Palatka, Fla., on NOT kill the Town." Under Prohibition-Ihe State- to bring back the saloon 00

Fridays by In a later edition of the same pit" ment c/ A Business Man. The beimefiousntinfluence of prohibition for Fall Planting )Dealer.. lit -

RUSSEL.L-&VIOKERS. per Mr. C. U. Porter of Pensacola upon theoountyatlisrge Is fully I i
'l'he following letter addressed to
an marked ns In tho city of Unlnesville '
Wm. A. RUSSELL Editor comes back at EdltorMayes with n Rev. L. It Lynn of this city Is from the happy history of which la } Our prices are as low @ Crate.Material

communication in which he admit lion. W. R. Thomas, president of repented In tbar of dozen smaller as seeds of equal high .

THE 'QUESTION'I thai the $2 OOOtf'which Penaarolaannually the Dutton Bank, Gainesville, tells towns A Jew year ego our couimtyschool (

S OF TODAY. sends away, o the brewer again "How Prohibition Does NOT last leKs.system The wan-tel\chars. seemingly were Incompetent on Its- quality can be sold. of all Kinds.

The one buruing quest Ion In Putnam and distiller for liquor Is abso- Kill The Town." It should be read the hnlnrluH ildlcuoualy low We handle'nUsolutely '

county today Is: lutely lost to the community, but by every voter in Palatka and Put and the school term shamefully Iml has not I
short, with the school board/ encumbered nothing that Fruit and
Shall saloons be legalized--permitted Justifying It "by dropping the issue nnm county:
with indebtedness of about k
longer; for a money consider and asking this altogether alien Gainesville, 1 1". Sept. 1.ltb I 1907Hev. *HOJOO. Todny an no ctuinty In the lT T been carefully grown .

atlon to debauch our youth? Or- question :" I.. H. LYNN, State him: publlo school system 'It from the choicest .

Shall the business of, vending aleohollo "Does not the same condition ap 1'iilalka, Fla. 1)08 mora right to be 4>roud of than VegetableWraps. 'i'iI
drinks for beverage purpose plyto dry goods groceries; !grain, Dear 1 Sir: : has Alacliim. :Situ") has u corps of ) I Northern Stock Seed I
reedstuifs, hardware, coal lumber, I am in receipt of your favor of the teachers fully the equal If not the I '
be declared an outlaw? timber and every other article of 10th inst., Inviting me to coma'over supeilor of that of any other county for seed purposes and
: It will be up to the voters of the commerce that comes into Penaa and tell the business men of your lu Florida. The snhool term haa critical
county to decide this momentous cola from other states? Does It impoverish city and county what a businessman beeu lengthened, and salaries have suited to the most .

questions on Monday, the 80th inst Pensacola because the cost who has scott the matter thor-, been increased by nearly 5D per cent, Market and Garden -
oughly tested knows about the lfect
of ptoductlou and transportation of and the huge debt has been reducedto 1
There Is no middle ground for the of prohibition on business and business -
liquors Is absorbed by their producers less tItan 10000. Trade.
S voter tu occupy on this: question. It any more than bv the producers Interests generally. I assure Those my dear fit; are the plain, Palatka, Florida. t
may be placed before him In a variety of the other articles mentioned you that nothing could give me simple facts, against which the specious -
ed?" more pleasure than to be able!' to accept arguments of the saloon element }
of ways and each way may be invitation but Important
your
break themselves In vain. I
loaded with half-baked suggestions i this question Editor Mayea re business matters that call me out have written at length, but I am tI AckermanStewartDrug ,

as to more practical remedies for' piles: West next week render It impossible aware that I have but imperfectlytold Co. ---- -
mitigating the evils which all admit "Certalnlv the same condition applies for me to do so. AM I can not the story To sum It all up: -- -
; Mr. Porter. You have asked come and talk to your people, how- Prohibition has made/ us a prosper- l
constantly flow from the traffic, the very question we expected some ever, I take the liberty of sending OilS, progressive, happy people. Ood's Portable Saw Mill Outfits
: Florida.
but In its last analysis the question one to aSK, and now before answering you in this form some of the resultsof blessing as surely and unfailinglygoes Tulatka, j

must be settled by him on the 80H It, we are going to adopt your my observation and experience with It KS warmth and light and Boilers and all kiiuU
along this line, giving full the best on earth Engines 6f Wood Working
this basis rule and ask you a question or two: you per- follow in the wake of the rising sun.
Inst. on : "Do you not know that dry goods, mission to make whatever uset>f it Sincerely yours, Machinery and Mill Supplies. We carry a InrRe! stock and can
Am I for the saloon, or against It? feedstulfs hardware your Judgement; may dictate. for illustrated
groceries grain, (SignedV.; R. THOMAS, make immediate shipment. Write c ttlog. WP
Th Palatka News Is against the coal lumber, and timber are 'The question of the effect of prohibition Mayor of the City of Gainesville IUds For Urldge.Pulntkn con

saloon. It is for prohibition.Two necessities ot life? And did you upon the business Interests and President of the.Duttou Untile. FlorUIn Au!! Clot Huff.HonliiU \ save you money.
ever hear of anyone dying because of a community l Is no longer an open l < piopumilH' for tit,, fount, !'uotlun of alirhige letters ti
sears ago In announcing its he had too many of them? one. It has been effectually settled I (>\< r tile Ht Jot,,,. ItKiT til Pulntkn
position on this question the sews "Did you ever know of a family by the irrefutable logic of facts St. Joseph's Academy. Putimm UIH: Hoiiitl Oouutv; or,County i"ioi'i'iit,Oomiiil8Mlon will 1m/receivedtue of MJb: :

said : getting cold because there was too 'Hiere Is absolutely no ground left Futiintn futility' Kloiklu, until noon, Co.
"Whatever the News may nay I In much coal and too many dry goods for discussion. '!'lIe experience of The School conducted by the Sisters OitulH-rtil.il. I A. I). Jwrr, IIIu tliuti, imbllulyi'liiiiBMiid

this discussion, It will be Its In the house, or going hungry because every community that has tried of 8r. Joseph! will be opened for be noon, oxaniliiml 41 8.
purpose Hpooinontlnni, 11101 .. ,;;,. Forsylh St.,
banishing the saloon from ita borders the Fall ternron September Hltb.( It "- : .
to confine its remarks to the llquo they bad too many groceries? "",! found on time nt the office of the "
business and not to the men in It. "Did you ever. know of a man buy. Is the same There is not, In Is advisable that all the pupilti come Ulurk ot tliu din lilt butt Putnam" "loitnty ...... Atlanta Georgia.
this case, even that single the much of the (Flmlilu. attlioConitHouao In I'nlntku, ,
Borne of them are as truthful and Ing lumber, timber, and hardware excep on opening day, as tNarhln.
house without ... tion" which has been always held aa future In studies depends .
honorable as any other class of men, for a having something progress fenoli euaitpm0000al, nitiHt be ncrontpnn- -
and of them are keen to drive to show for it after he hat establishing the rule. This experience greatly, on the fundamental work "'d hy R ,'ortittoi' cheik. fot the Hum of One For
many taking our city of Gainesville which Is over the first part of Thousiiml Helium I til.."se.aO.i> U. r.opBR "......v, J. WALTOn utnimAsoi're'idcmtt.
made the ? And do gone
out of what seems to them a legitimate 1- purchase you '11 Im Iliinril rt>."iM). Ibo light to reject any Hec" sad Treac.
and necessary trade, the vie know of any houses of that kind ii: as a fair ..example may be slimmed the term. or lilt, hid. New and Up-to-Date
Ions concomitants that have gathered town that are not on the tax books'? up as follows: It has an immediateand Persona living at too great( a distance T.. O. srxpnmcNe Co
elTeot Chum'rmitn, llaiiru, of Couiltv UommlHHlonorB The G Loper Bailey Furnitur
In and arouud it "Did you ever hear of groceries or noticeably stimulating and desirous of giving! their Ptitumn and
diy goods making a man: drunk, and upon every form of legitimate business daughters UM advantage of attending VOU"IYI"/j[. ;, Palo:,
The News again wants to emphasize have you ever known the ownershipof inaugurates an era of publlo the Academy may do so by placing Ulurk Fire Insurance: House Furnishing Goodsat
the fact that it is after the sit- a house causing a man commit and private improvement, developsand them as boarders, at the rate of low
S loon and not the saloon keeper. murder."t'And fosters business enterprises, Three Dollars for the five schooldays Notice of Application for Tax reed.: very prices

Prohibition, Is the moral side Jt furthermore, can you tell us creates a spirit of cheerful hopeful- of each week. Notice is hereby given that D. lioImminn LeadingAmerican and Foreign : -w do to
how the community would exist ness, augments values elevates the 'l'el'mal'"r month for day pupils( purchaser of tax certificateNo.
I tol (the side of good cltlzenshl| without dry goods, groceries, grain, social, moral anil religious tone of Primary Grade .1.IK>; Intermediate 167 dated the 3d day of April A. D. Companies

Even liquor dealers admit this. feedstulTs, hardware coal, in in bo the community, Increases population $1.50; Advanced *::20U! \ ; Board $10.00.( 1893, has /filed said certificate In my of R. S. Mooney
Prohibition Is best for the city and and timber? by attracting desirable cltUens revives Tuition In advance. floe, and has made application for tax ,
county from the standpoint of bus "Now as Mr. Porter admits that Hugging industries and brings The Music Class re-opened on the cloud to Issue in accordance with law. Accident Insurance:
Pensacola. Is sending thousands of about Increased demand for labor first Monday of September, Said certificate embraces the following Palatka, Florida,
nesH. Liquor men do not admit tht' dollars away for liquor every year, at better wages. I Children should receive Instruction described property situated In Putnam ----
S truth of this proposition. They will we are going to admit that the city When a few years ago our county as early as possible In order to ,, county, Florida, to-wit: The Travelers of Hartford
tell you that prohibition will kill Pi also sends thouminds away every; declared for prohibition, our city aocompllBh in life all to which Innate Ek! of set ,section 'B, township 0, Undertaking and Embalming.Key .

latka commercially. It Is (doubtful year for the articles he mentions, then only a fair sized country town talent entitles them. range 20-SO acres. Life Insurance: -
hut with this difleieticc: KOI wits practically industrially dead The Elementary and Preparatory The said land being assessed at the
if they believe It. THE MONKY; SPKNf FOB 1,1 Itusinosa of all kinds-except that of Course will Include a I thorough foundation date of the issuance of such certificate West Extension.
Such is not tbe testimony of QUOR3. TI1K CITY nETS ARisO the saloons-was at a atand-atill, or in Teohnlu, Studies:! and Sonjatlnas In the name of Unknown. Unless The Old lleliablo "Gerrnania
Gainesville and Live Oak and othi IjUTEliY NO KK: 1'URN. IT DOK.SShT decreasing Real estate was. "drugon selected from Czeruy: Ha ndol said: certificate shall be redeemed ftc- Souvenir Post Cards
cities In this state that have abollsl ( !: A UEl'tlH"Ol:/ { JM-K\: the market," unsaleable almost at ', .Loeschhorn and others us wellas cording to law, tax deed will Issue thereon Life" of New York
DOLLAR IXIPIMJID: : FOR any' price. Labor was begging for easy pieces by classical/ and mod- on the 6th.day of October A. D. 191)7. Just published. Thirty-two dif
ed the saloon. And neither does It. fI KY (,0t>ns, (IKOCI.KII: EM, AMTHi ) employment at wages ranging\ horn ern composers. Witness my official signature and seal ferent views of tho
look reasonable. And then- ; NECESSITIES; :; OF 6O to 75 cents. day. The town was Terms of tuition payable In adVance I this the 21 B t day of August A. D. 1907. Marine Insurance: photo most
It Pulatku has reached that point Li Fl. full of empty houses growing more per term of eight lessons: [Seal] -' JOSEPH Paws wonderful railroad in the world,

In its history where Its commercial "there Is both a difference and a and more dilapidated with each sea Pianoforte $3.00; Piano rent tl.OO Clerk circuit court, Putnam county Fla. over the Florida Keys from Miami
distinction In the two propositions, son because their owners were unable to $1.50; Violin $H.OO; Mandolin $3 00. By U. Raymond Price dep.' clerk The Leadimg Companies to Key West. Complete set post
prosperity and growth; Is dependent and we trust that each l la clear" or found it unprofitable, to keep For further information address .
upon the saloon Iniquity, it Is certainly ,them In decent repair. Vice in all MUSIC TEACHER, g All Claims Promptly paid tor One Dollar. MOIIPV refunded

in a bad way. B F. Stonemnn, editor of the MIami Its forms was rampant and our boys :u hii on request
and debauched St. Joseph's Academy, Palatka. Flit, ; hi Settled
were being surely steadily
The onlv business that will be Injured Record, but natal
was recently and turned into Idlers, S 1I.13,8t Let us know your C. B. PENNOCK,
by prohibition Is the liquor uated In Dade for
a county primary
drunkards gamblers and rowdies.
LI
u Office 18 Front 8t PAIATKA, FaA
business. judge of the criminal court of Open drun'kenness street brawls and Tim to Quit. u J JAN JI Box 491. Miami Fla.

And it ought to die because It Is record, but Governor Broward, with! other forma of rowdyism had become A newly (limed flrcmnn of only u GroceryWants '" I 9- -4t.:
; to have ceased to
so common as
the prolific cause of poverty, disease. the advice of the attorney !general more than passing notice. provoke overage pluck woo nunlng! at his first

crime. held that not being a lawyer, Mr. I When the campaign for prohlbl Ore, and the chief rushed up to him u '" ORDINANCE. such railway or street railway

S Until this question Is settled 011 Stoneman was Ineligible, and he tlon was begun, we were confronted and shouted: "Sulu up that ladder to Section: 7. If any person, corporation,
with the old that it would the crawl along the cor- or company shall fall to pave any Such
same crt eighth story
the 3Uth, the editorial space In the thereupon appointed. I. Metcal u An Ordluanco to provide for the paving part of street within the prescribed time
the merchants drive down
News will be devoted chiefly to i It. of \Vest Palm Beach, one of the low Impoverish nice to the fourth window, drop u an.I repavlog streets In the City ia said notice the Board of Bond trustees .
away business and kill the town three .stories and catch that wooden and we will bo pleased to n
Ibis the. question of today and it I. men In the primary, but said to be a But we had, to meet this, an argument ij of PalatLo Florida of said City shall have the work
important It should be settled rllht. good lawyer. hot's hard luck for the saloon, crowd could not sign yon tee smoking the second there window swing J furnish you with the beet lie It ordained by the Mayor and, city done and the amount contracted t" be
answer, that the merchants: could yourself along to council uf the city of Falatks : paid therefor shall be a leln upon the
u a
Stoneman. goods obtainable at -
that the red Is coming from snrprisu
glare several lots of land fronting on such
"A QUESTION OF LOOKS. hardly get any poorer than they Section 1. That whenever the city
were, that we had no business to break the glass and go in and rescue ;':: ingly low prices. rJ council of the city of Falutka. shall I by street la proportion to the extent In
::5 Under the above caption, Hon. E. Up In Worcester Mass. lit-v speak of to drive away and that. the those three old 10<1les. Well, what None but First-class ordinance order any street or part of which such owners are hereby requiredto

I. Matthews t bpenker. of the House Orson 13. Mnlloty Is.it pastor. who !Is town, dead already could hardly be tho deuce are you waiting for?" 'Tor !goodafind street to be paved or repaved, such pavIng pave suuh street. Such amount maybe

of Representatives, conies to the defense mighty In !prayer, and the fact oughtto killed any deader, and that since IL pen and Ink, sir" said the new man. shelf room here.Ve or ropavtng unless la such ordinance assessed as a special tax: against such

ol the editor of the 1'iilatk be known, hence: this mention. change could not possibly make "I Ttant to hand In uiy resignation. ::: want to convince you of this, t1 epuclully provided shall be done lot or the same may be enforced by ult
at law or In equity, or the said amount
matters any worse, there wits at as hereto provided. The provisions of
News in lAst week's Issue of his Because some of the men connected least the I bare possibility that I It g aa coma and see for yourself, :: this ordinance shall apply equally to may be reoovered against such owner or

paper, the Urad ford County Telegraph with the :New England Fair Insistedon might make them better. I believe -...-.- or phone order in toKo repavlug ami to paving in the first Instance owners bv suit before any court of '">iu-
!jj your
: opening their Midway tents on that many of the good citizens and ArgonautA although paving only be referred potent Jurisdiction. The amount due or

"";,ome weeks ago Editor L'KnfrJ; Sunday, the Rev Orson prayed that 1 It I I buslnesa men who voted 1th us did Goou jj 81 and it will receive ::! to In terms. that may become due or payable to the

of the Tallahassee Sun referred to would rain and the fair's 'so, not because they had any hope of [j prompt and careful atteu- Section 2. Tbe Board of Bond Trus. City ot falatka by any person persons,
bus!
spoil
: bettering alfairs but firm, or corporation for pavingaa
the editor of the Palutka News as IL thereby simply tees of the city of Falatka. shall notify company
'little man.' llie proposition wa ness. And it rained too, and now because they felt It could not poael- \ fj tion. ::I the owners of lots fiontlng on such herein before provided shall be paid

at ouce challenged by the 'lolegrap the fair managers are criticizing the ; bly make them worse. Thus, more [j Free delivery. streets or parts of streets to pave such by such person parsons, firm, company(
and some other editors who happen clerical petition. The minister say I through despair than hope, the county H alr-Faoe: ;: U M part of such street, for the paving whereof or corporation In the following manner:
was voted dry. One-third cash completion of the
to know the Palutktt man. Drive M such owners shall be respectivelyliable upon
Horn his original proposition Editor he "did pray for the rain and he'sglad The results, however, are here to and shall also notify paving la front of the property U. be
; any corporation
IVLngle retorts that anyhow, Itussel of It." We don't know the 14ev. bear witness for themselves. Since Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved ; I LB C. Stephens a aij au company or other owner or any charged and one-third thereof within six

L\ uiu't good looking,' or words to that Orson Mallory'a denomination but the banishment of the saloon, and formula, Is a genui railway company or street railway company months thereafter,and one-third within

effect. The 'lelvgiuph disproved if he i la alllllated with any one of the with It its kindred and inseparably hair-food. It feeds, nourlshe '; Grocer L: occupying or using tiny part of I IU months thereafter. All of the deferred
Claude's: charge or littleness by his orthodox churches associated dens of vice and iniquity, H such street to pave the part of such payments shall bear Interest at the rate
and can repeat our town lias In a few years grown to builds up, strengthens, Invigorates. u of six cent annum from the date
own words, but Where's the use to street, foe the paving. of which such corporation par per
follow up the controversy. If we his Worcester rain work on demand, be n city, modern and up-to-date in The hair grows more !jj::: Kirby and-Uorrls Streets, '" company or person shall be of the completion of the paving In front

were to prove l In the same way that there's an opening for him in Floridaor all Its appointments and Institutions rapidly keeps soft and smooch u liable to pave the same within the time of the property to be charged or taxed'
Kusaell has the beauty of APollo most anywhere else. Th It has more than doubled in population Palatka.'iFlorida.1Cd specified In such notice not later than for these betterments provided that
Claude: would come back at us with and quadrupled In value. Every and all dandruff disappears.Aid thirty days from the time of the service such person, persona, firm company or
preacher who can make good OIKIsn't line of business, every trade and profession shall have the prlvllexo of
the dire mid dreadful charge that he nature a little. Give your nn thereof. corporation
doesn't part his hair In the middle ashamed to acknowledge his has felt and responded to the hair hair-food. :, ] mwt crrrr.rrrrrrnrrra Section 3. Such notice shall name paying the entire amount of their Indebtedness
That would be awfully crushing, pull, will always be In demand In II reviving influence. Real estate has a good --<- -------r- -- -- -- -- the material to be used In such paving aa aforesaid upon the com
S lonelier know, and we withdraw truck growing country. more than doubled In value Su Does not change the color ./ Ihf Aar.yers and ahall designate, either particularlyor pletion of such paring In front of their

I Irom the controversy rather than great l is tho demand for common labor formula With ceNts. b..... QUAIIAM2d by refoi ence to plans or specifications property to> be charged or taxol I for

have. our friend Russell held up tl' The Ruling Passion. that although wanes' have more abow it 10 yeas ; !:and E: to be kept on Ille and opeu to Inspection tneae extensions, and all persona firms,
than doubled, the Is still in- *
supply' becoming
public contemn through H dlasum A d..o, lu till OIty Engineer's office, companies, and corporations
nation of information that he I Iso IsS A celebrated( 1 ninaktil critic was mar. BUlllcienr. There are in the city noeinptv ..... bi;;' .bo..' It.&h.t AHA BANK DEPOSIT the manner iu which such pavement Indebted ae aforesaid, who may nut pay
lost to the amenities of polite BUS nod In rhuich mimo jeai'H ago and business houses or residences; : >do... b.....
Hlety ns tu, Iart his hair on the side after tin* ecretunity, as the wedding< und though every week sees ona or _, _ 80O page COURSES! 4. Such notice shall be served Issue to said City negotiable obligation -
It would be awful fur that to 'com procession inaiohotl town the .aisle the more new building begun, the demand You need not hesitate bout using this by delivering a copy tbereof to the for Mid Installments or deferred
S out mi liussell and we implore orgunlHt plajeil tIe, wedding march is still in excess o( the supply. new Hair Vlgorfrom any fear of Its changing 6EDROIA.ALABAMA BUSINCJSCOLLiaC.Mlooil.'llft owner of such premises, or to tile agent payments which shall be executed In
Claude: aa u fraternal favor, nut to from "LoheuBiln.Ylien near the I\ullit la.. rare thing for a new bull the color of your bfllr. The new X. 11....-.9NU1 1'0'1"' .t-, for tCiert1itaru now III. of such owner. In charge ot such premises such form aa may be provided by the
tell It on him. door thu bridegroom stopped In the I lug; not to be rented before the roofhaa Ayer's Hair Vigor prevents premature I "lu the meantime we are sure Tel march and nddresiied( < tho wondering been put on. Thu ramshackle grayness, but docs not change the cold for four consecutive weeks la a neWH- of Bond Trustera which mid tnrtlllcates
egruph' readers will enjoy ldlto'! wooden buildings that once surrounded of the haIr even to tl--) slightest degreeiMldo r published In said City and In cases hall constitute alien upon tbe piopert
KusDull's reply to Claude) 'a charge Assembly thus: the public\ square have given by th.J.O.Aver Cf>.. L....1.1.Mao..- Time News $1 1,00( a year of pap service b publication such service against which asacsameut Is made, and
"I know I am committing a bleach place to fine brick blocks-erected ; transferred by
that he ain't good looker Here 18 shall be deemed at tbe such certificates may be
the reply : of etiquette ns well as propriety In at an aggregate cost of several hun complete expiration said City Council or its Board of
of tbe time for
advertising. IA
S ..1.... editor of the News l is no doing this but I am not to blame It dred thousand dollars. I Scores: of pHbllu1BEfflff other cases the services shall be deemed Bond Trustees In settlement to the contractor

disposed to take Issue with the brll Is my mental organization which has new and prosperous business enterprises : complete on the day of such delivery or I for the raving aforesaid.
have been inaugurated. The
limit and versatile and corseted editor become Ineffably sensitive by reason "A You Can Offer posting. & delivery of such notice to'' Section 8. I company or
from
number of banks has increased Cigar a Friend"5c
,, of the'lallahussee Sun who ascrfbcs of the critical nature of my utletl." the owner of any railway or street railway street railway company required i to pave
four while the number of depositors
two to the
to us lack of personal beauty Then he drew from the pocket of his and the amount of Clenonlts ti$ company, or to the President \Ine-by provisions of this ordinance or
TIs true the editor of the News 'was dress coat a well thumbed copy of the I has more than quadrupled. Numbers N, President, Treasurer Secretary, Super- terms of Its charter franchise or U"S of
not shaped for sportive. tricks nor lutendant, or Manager of such of the State ot Florida or ordinance
score of "Lohengrin" Opening It at company.
I of handsome residences rangingIn !
made to court It the be the City of Falatka, shall fall to pave
an amorous looking 1 owner a
corporation or COin-
the march he went over to the organist cost from J.50O: to fiO.OOO, have within the
K\nnn.\ and neither did his parents erected. A of pany, or by posting the same at the of- any street or part of street
S and said: been large part ourlaboring the Board
said notice
misled by I any budding promise ofutiuu comfortable lice of such company shall be eufflolent. time prescribed in ,
S com..lI"ellll. coimVcle IleRlnnlc "What offended my ear was the fact people now own Section E. The City Engineer of Bond Trustee shall have the wOk
upon
and have In their
l'.. Claude that In the seventeenth bar of the da homes money pockets done and the amount contracteJ to be
or rcy or as flttlnir names and on deposit In the banks. Tbe application shall furnish and make out o-.
for the 'brat.' 'rhpYJUst dubbed him capo passage you flatted very badly, that formerly went for 'whisky the grade for all persons under obligation paid or cost of euch paving shall asia
plain 'Bill' .. him and In the andante mo\Tmeut you money to deaden ambition, paralyze! energy to cave, when applied to by such nouns a lien upon tile property of company -
through all the veuly of slurred the () Tha. Board of railway company or street railway
years parental appogglatura. Now, putting incite to vice end crime, stlmu- person or.per ns. Bond enforced -
guidance to shun the devil and his finger upon the passage, "let late the evil passions and debase Trustee shall procure and keep in the and may be by proceedings or
all his works, which he took to Include us try that again." manhood. Is now spent for whole The greatest care is used In the office of tho City Engineer for Inspectionuntil by the forfeiture of Its charter equltt.
and franchise, or by suit at law. or In
graft grafters, and he's such paving shall be completed
Once some food good clothes, supporting a
the
trying to make good, Claude, tbat'lnil. more orgnn pealed forth, institutions for sbulal Improvement manufacture of the specimen of tbe material required to be before any court of competent Jurisdic

The question of shape and corn- and tills time the player, conscious and uplift put Into Improvements used and bail also prepare and keep In lion of
plexlo > wax, therefore, never under' hat the great critic was listening to lu banks for said City Eniilaeer's oOl.io. for Inspection, !Section: 0. All ordinance or part .
on deposited
property
cllscUMslon at this end of the Hue, and him, accomplished his duty with creditto rainy days." specifications of the manner In which ordinance In conlllot herewith are horsby

now that you have raised, them to himself and to the great satlsfac- Horn and raised In Gainesville, Huckleberry CigarEach the work: shall be done. All paving repealed. August -
the dignity of a paramount Issue. tlon of the critic.-London Standard. and for the past" fifteen years extensively shall be done under the direction and Passed In open Council this
> we're out. engaged; in various) lines of supervision of the Board of Bond True- 20th, A. D. 1007.HOWELL.
'Nay, nay, Claude we'll enter no 'on can not*make' : sweet butter In ft foul: unclean business here I can speak on thin teee of said Olty. A. DAVIS,
beauty contest. with you. But ",'e'llvute ,churn.. i he atomach enrea a.a churnin with absolute and certain is made and Section 6, The owners of lots fronting Council.
wlil< n to aicttaie' work up and dimm' ''tfrato question one perfectly contains Attest i President City S
for you against all comers. our food an it U betnic diluted.' If tt be.weakihiffirlMh knowledge of what I am talking S on such street or part of street shall
vliiKiflMh, llTurand and foul!bud tie, Impure re.ul' bloodrbu wilt, .be torpid, about. Our whole people' are Inlln- only the best tobaccos, skillfully be required to pave such street In front J. N. BL OKWELL.I .

S Perhaps one reason why (fov, Inffredlenuof: [Jr. IMurce,, Golden Modi- Itely happier and better oft every blended It is that of their respective lots within the time I [rSeal] City Olerk.
5 cal Jiljicovery are lust tuch am .bvttt the ,, a cigar pleases. specified In nld notice to the
llrownrd has not called an extra serve tooortttct way since the banishment of a extent I Approved:
and c"re.1 mini deran5emenm.. itt loon and the removal from of the of one-third of tbe width of suchstreet
session of the legislature, a* it was made up without a drop nlcohnlln/ in ttnoompotlion us S P. H WILSON. Mayor.
: : chamlcully puro." trtple-rullned' lycor- curse of Ood Almighty that rests upon ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN provided that when any such
; Intimated by the Court Ua ette he [In. being u>wd Inituvd:, or the. commonly, :: : employed any people who tolerate the traf- at,eel or part of street Is occupied. by a

would do, is to be found in the fact I 1 : alcohol.medicine: Now, this lnMt..glycerine ad of a duleterluimaxonc 'In'of ItMlfavalimbla :: tic In the vile stuff that corrupts railway or street railway the owner-ol "l Maurer'sRatand

that there Isn't siitHclent money on mike alcohol,..petit ally In the cure of youth, destroys manhood, Incites to Lee whlob U by law liable or responsible for I
hand In the fund to pay for the indulgence wank fltomacb. dyiptMiro. and the ...rtouelurm.olllldIKooUon. immorality and lawlessness, paraly. Roy Myers Company, the the paving of any part of such street, S Roach-Paste I ISitcom.
ambition and owners of Iota fronting such
ea pauperizes women on
and won't be until the 11- Prof t Inlay Mliiimgwod: M. D, of BennettMedixal street either ., ." "SOd
f OolleKe. (.blcairo. ay. of It In dy children, turn father Into fiendsnd Makers on s'da! thereof severally .he. nrmlm by.1. od I stay
ounce money begins to roll In next It nerve an aitoellent' ,, It homes Into hells. hall be required to pave only one-third dI l. intisiuly. la on ovir VOVVbBIt-ymra. U*.. J<"'
r.'unef: MAUHGR'a BUCI
month. It would be.useU to speculate ; >llh.time In beat lea manufactured lotion prod enfeebled UP ta of dll'dt..d the While it ia true that some of our of inch street la front of their respec I (.bedbug,..!..*_mA ..oho.
present upon -
business men feared prohibition S. tive pr.mhww after deducting the 5.1.1 "*. !! Iresitot l ltr ,
on other reason c tomaoha: "good required to be paved by the o'll"Oerof space I,. mfmtM: :: .O-J'FHII, : jjloi.i'HltTHE :

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r:. CflIytempOrOtiir.Weather: : Report for lhB week "">. I ten the Lohengrin ribbon girls bridal V
hl .
Garden Seeds j Ma,.. Sin aisle through which

3 f 801100.' a, .!p, 4UP.7l.' 24 for hra af for 1m and Anthony her attendants of Boston, : advice and medicine ; :: ; I-: t : :: : : I I : V
For Fall Planting IIUlld.y.' : ;: : Dennison, of this cltv; \
I MondRY. : S" 5 : Ii g Russell of ,
I. 1aJO\ of puberty. A
Just Received. j 10, Tuexdav.. 79 (H 76JO\ II Louise Qowen of ; age ,
11. WeiliiMilay. IT 6i 7w Miss Olive words of caution will :
14. TI.ur.day. 78V< W filii SS) 74 Phlnney a
13. Friday 77 WA rt as 74 groom, of Ma :
Have you t* ever tried the ] _B. D. WILLIAMS. Obinrvor. ice Brooks, of ; As for medicine, a : ,
,z "Welch Orape JlIlo,," for a Margaret Richardson tonic is
summer baverntre? It's dcllc- j I ."" "" "" "" "" and Miss Lillian ( strengthening : ,
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bridge, Mass. The
and strenglliBnlnflf. Mncla ]
) Inns Juliie. ,We Personal two little neloes of /
nom pure grape : and Social !
: Misses Julia Russell \ pain regulate the '
have It In. nil size bottle! J ,
I ......."" "" "" "" "" "" "" nette Fickett Morse, and strengthen .
was Russell Rodd Jr.,
Our Celebrated No. 44 Mrs. W. B. Shotwcll pent Monday "The bride was I\'l> I | ,
I In Palnlkn.Cnpt./ quisite creation of -
; will t knock out the most stub- lace over white silk, for growing girls. It ,
,, horn case of Chills. and Fever. LaBree Is arrnnBln o place veil, a valuable V
c It Is th" most speedy remedy the Gondola/ on the ways (or nn. over- back from the face a critical period, and << : ,

,, known. Get l n bottle for 2Do.Lound's balding and repairs. .a orange shower blossoms.of white The It can never !I,r : ,\ ,, :: \: : ,,', ::",,::1;:; 1 : ;; : I :; .

Drug Store Ojiinty CommissIoner Mlddletoi of honor, the bride's >' < ; ( :
hay authorized: work on the public Jane Morse, was ; I

Crescent Uity, Flu.. s; toads on this end of the peninsula to silk organdie over silk disorders In girls. ,, ,'' : ,

I)". ee_ the amount\ of if 100. The bouquet best of man American was Mr. I: : \; :: i : : I 'I, : : (:::I 'I: ; : '-.

Mr. Klnarcl: does not expect to get ey, a cousin of the ) ,
bottles. it. .
Try ,
his store open and In firll swing before served were Mrs. Mar ; \ .
Restaurant of Dallas, Tex. and ,
,
European the first of October though some Brooks, of Brooklyn, I
of his goods are coming In. bride's golng-away/

Furnished Koooms Services were resumed at the Presbyterlnn brown striped V I

Hot and Cold Baths church last Sunday. Rev. with hat to match."

AtC Mr. Dorward has been greatly bene _
fitted In health his vacation. Big Picnic Next

arles KuppErbuscjiPalutka by The of ______________ __._
Capr. 11. C. Ivory has returned i people
all the surrounding r No Gain and Sam Lo...
from Worcester Mass where he
,
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Fin vited to In .," the leader of the

has spent the summer Mrs. Ivory, I nlo In this participate town next bund was saying. "It's ; ; ; ; : ; ; V
Mrs. Lynoh and Master Walter will 4th lust. see what an effect learning ;
not return until later In the season. has on some persons. I I -

Mis. 'V. D. Hen ham and The picnic In held in a pretty good boss singer, < .
daughter,
: rH READ; ( Miss Gertrude returned of the campaign now sing worth a cent now." .
r weehago
i over a
ed to make Putnam learning to play a horn
from of several mor.thn !
an outing
{ or prohibition county voice" asked his next door .
In Chantauqua N. Y., and points In These .
picnics have
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Crescent City, Fla. % t Pennsylvania. Both are looking many places In the. did mine."
greatly benefitted from the trip. do you account for It?" I
have been
largely :!: '
I: The Howe IlI'uperty-"Cres- f Mrs M, H. Head spent the largei oyable affairs.It don't know bow to account
the vocal cords perhaps.
cent Hill"-Is now on the mar i part of last week in Jacksonville on Is hoped that I Is, that I blew my ; I

ket. a. visit to her sister, Mrs. Icenhour, be represented and :> the mouthpiece of my ; .
.
Particular attention *;lven to j : who has Just moved Into her beautiful cent City picnic will ? you have a good ,voice" I

f, Crescent City innpnrry lIel.-d i' new home In the Springfield sub- neighborhood rally. said so." '
division of Its It's a grout pity ,, .
with me. that olty-now most Come and bring you -
; tMltfhtful/ residence section. Tables will be set In ) to pluy a horn," V
shaking his head sadly.
Mrs. J. C. Ortmsley who Is now and the speaking will think I should have enjoyed '
living III Georgia, arrived here Sat the Auditorium. :
.6... I. Spec.:: et, unlay evening for a short stay on A great many are you lng.-Youtb':

business concerning her prol'el'ly. It. Htka. I SUE! FOCHD' RELIEF

Dentist. Is understood that N. B. Mizell who Hon S. J. Hilburn you are troubled with liver .
----- Lynn will be the and have not received
hue charge of thedrlnisley( !grove px-
E.
Mrs Hammond
Office at Beahtanca oI trospoat Htreftt. to to south Florida. hough: others, Maiy
pacts go soon "I was In poor health
Crescent City Florida and that he desires to be released ot rilghman. Judge M. I trouble-for over a year

the cute. Sirs Urlmeley has beet Haskell, and others me no good and I tried Hoi'

Johns Rlvrby Daylight., welcomed by many of her old friends thing to say, bottles for Horblne cured as me.It Is I can a 't :

Uev. Mr. Thlet, Baptist state evangelist County Clerk Joe I medicine. I always have It
The Beach & Milter Line[ Howell and other "
; prenchcd for the newly organized Publish where you wish.
zens and officials : : ; : } by Ackerman-Stewart Drug
Steamer CRKHCENT: : Baptist society here last '

Lttaveft Jncke>oavlll onTudayM.Tburndttyfl Sunday morning and evening In the attend. I i I f:: I ::. ; : i An Ordinance. ,.
end. Saturday .at 8:80 a. m. for Urotm Cove, Mrs. H. O. Ham in '
Pal nth Cnwoeut City and principal! WwynturnhiK.leaVA Auditorium. He also remained over
a. of Palatka will sing Ordinance Imposing a Tax on
,
LRndlll". and held service on Monday eveningIlls : .. -
the Manner In
*orenfletit city on Wodnen- nighman can be : Prescribing
day.. PrtdftVN I and Montlttywat a. m.Juk.onvIIle sermons were greatly enjoyed by : ; Tag Shall be Obtained and
..r..t. has been at other
wbtrf footer Laura ie In
Police Ofllcers
school of
many people. The Sunday .
Toluphob.6HPal.t. t) 0.'V'"o't'
....w Durf foot of Lemon ntr-. In the afternoon was also addressed will be some mighty I Dogs, and Penalty for
I, dialect recitations, an tIe.'T l j Compliance'with the '
by Mr.Thlet, and was also well at- that gentleman is a Ordinance.

A. B.TORREY.Undertaker tended. for entertainment. 1. Be It ordained by

E I). Terry Is going to sell out his The "wet or dry" of the City of Palatks '/
and. J mb ll1Ier. household 'effects and move to Jack- be the duty of all persons :
\ nearly at an end. The or In any wise having
anvllle. This OWIURto the fact that j
Full line of Caskets and Coffins be held on Monday description In the City of
I here has been slckuuss his family The people of the .. annually a license or ( )
Tolepuone I and he thinks the change would be and everywhere ar. the Tax Collector of said
I dog so kept, controlled or
CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA
beneficial. Mr. Terry also states Interest. Come and limits of said And 1
__ __ ___d_ .__ hat he will sell his home. It Is one city.
ampaigners have to aid license tag or tax tag
of the best located half-blocks In Sam Hllburn is one furnished by the Tax ;;:: : :; : :

Crescent City-Transfer Co., town the and News at the U chenp.price he The has house namedto Is lawyers of Florida. 1 Collector city andshall by the obtained payment to ;

Moots all trains at Ore crnt City Junction. and successful defense ($2.00)) Dollars which money .
a Htory-aud-a-half, with seven peonage cases before paid Into the city treasury by : !
Night trains by appointment. rooms. States court in Jaok Collector ::1'
2. The license tag or
8. M. IABBEE Manager. Adam Prudeii, .u negro who has ly and his great <<: furnished shall have ("

lived here some 20( years or more. two separate or otherwise Indelibly

w :E. ShotV'iTsllBuilds and who, by the way is an official( ono of the most ,.the words "CITY OF ;I

In the colored Baptist church, was Florida. He Is a ( and the numerals !
for which said license tag
Row Boats, insulating early In the week the information uck" as they say on was Issued, and also a

Repairs boats, bungles and makes all that there would be a when he consented I, Individual to each tag '

kinds of wood work repairs at his shop "wet rally" colored Odd Fellows ghtlng abilities on each tag from tbe ( t :!
In of his
tear MEAT MARKET.' halt on Wednesday night (of this Domination in numerals on any other tag
Crescent City. I la. year, the said tags to he Dum /: .
Satisfactory work guaranteed at modest week) mid that eminent speakers abomination began to voly. '

prices. rom 1'iilutku. would be here to address and hear him. 3. Dogs running at !;

the colored people In the In te rests "dry," or come If City of Pala ka, and not '

of the liquor business. He also All come. said tags worn on their .

G. S. & F. Ry. stated. that there would be plenty of be Impounded, If not and called after for .

"refreshments" on hand and that time by owner or owner's

Schedule elTectlve Apr, 7lli, 11)07. I they would be free. Adam was seen When pains. or be sold or destroyed by the
of the the
part> body '
and he confirmed The owner or owner's
Subject to change without noticeDepartures 'by the News man lards Snow Liniment .
the release of
dog
he also stated that the "
-- --, this rt'port; hot E. W. Sullivan shall at the time of the
from Palatka. wet" people had sent him.a. Jug of House El Reno, O. T., a license and license tag
the "refreshment." The News does 1902: I take pleasure In for said dog and In addition !'

B.GO: Atlanta p. ni.No 10. for VaMosta< Maoon, not: believe all of our Crescent City filleted Ballard's with Snow Liniment pay an Impounding fee to the -
and points north. Conuaotlon of One (1.00)Dollar.
voters can be bought to vote have found !
made at Valdosta with local colored only remedy I 4. All dogs In the
slonpor for Maoon. for a continuance of the saloon-at ue Hate .relief." 259, shall wear a collar and

5 :35 a. in.-No, 2, for Valdo ta, Maoon east not with liquor. If there l Is a For sale by attached to that collar? one
Atlanta and points north. Solid class of people In the world who license or tax tags.
KItes! For
train for Macon i oonnectlon madeat need, the protection that a prohibitory Flying :! 5. All licenses and ;
ValdosU with Parlor car for atford It Is the On the ninth day of tags under this ordinance .
Macon ; connects nt Lake City for ; liquor law will ccordlug to the on September the 30th of
Live Oak and Tall"hBAlso colored people. And there are sev- the Celestials old and y year, and no fractional part
connects at Valdostn and Tlfton and arid colored men In this place who take themselves to the shall Issue for a pet led- kiss

Cordelo. for all points In south. Geor.gte. will refuse to "stay bought," now theIr towns and amuse months.6. Every person ..

-- that they know the selfish ends atth" flag kites But with any of the
Trains arrive In Fatalka from points white men who are looking tothe the sole reason for this ordinance shall be subject to .
the votes which comes from an old exceeding Ten (310.OU) ) 4
to supply
north
at 10 40 '
: -a. m.--and 10-:05 p. m. are negro bAdly needed in order to continue 00 and the it a given Chinaman day he did t & not exceeding ( ) ) V

oiiers The Georgia Southern & Florida B'y them in the business of de- lIy for the remainder of 7. All ordinances and ( I I ::: :; : / :: :: ::: 3
the most convenient route from auchlng the colored race. that misfortune would | In coclltct wltn
t-alntka and vl.ilnlty to Macon Atlanta. I ordinr noe shall be and the '
ana all points north and northwest Phinney-Morse Wedding. amlly. The legend certain horeby repealed -
For years ago a Council this .
sleeping qar reservation, soliedl In open
ules l eta call on V. PENNY A ent. Friends of the family In Crescent warned In a dream [: ,, D. 1007.\ ; ,
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Palatka! "P"of' 3- HAUQHTON, City have received from Mr. and would come to his I : BENJ. I. GAY,

City Ticket Agent Palatka.. Mrs George Frederic Morso, au- day. Accordingly on Pros. Pro. :!

C. B. RHODES C. P. A., Macon, Co.RounJ oiincement of the marring" "f their paired himself to and an adjacent his / I '
Enmnv Ollniiin to Mr.
t KWELL.
Trip Rate from Jacksonville to daughter, kite: while he was J. N.
Ja"e.toWlItxposltJon 2hnuncey Maiston rim lumney, which ster. In the eveulnit. ( ] Clerk City Council. i

C. !.. via A. I happy event occurred *! the Morse to the valley in which :! Aug. 21th 1007.HOWELL !, >
R.oUway. home, Portland Maine, im 'Ve
"IB.13 m Conch sale each excursion to Norfolk, I day, September 11th As Mr. and In and burled his pigs Acting I .
,
Tuesdays and Fridays Morse\ and their charming and Rod his neighbors joined :
Mr.
Limit 10 dixys. No stop for" his narrow e of Application for Tux -
prominent ng
09..tH. accomplished daughters: lire of the event / ., Is hereby given that .
24.1iOFfteen| day ticket. Good In winter residents of Crescent memory millions of purchaser of tax I\ [ ]
sleeper, Stopover allowed within the readers of thaNews will be the flight of S7.j. dated. the 3rd day of .A A
limit. City. -New York Tribune. / 1803 has filed said certificate V
of the
the account
'!\) to read
U.6o-81xty. pleased
day ticket. Good In and has made application
In the Portland Snobs In high places .
oleeper. Stopover allowed. w Ith- codding published to Issue la accordance with
In I"Hilt. airs and are /
Express of that day: certincate embraces the
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tI5.JSellson tickets. Good in sleep- "A quiet home wedding, but one of do and the higher the er, stopover allowed within much Interest socially was that more conspicuous 1s the Florida to-wit: I :
limit of Doo. 16. which took place this .sft,-rsmoOfl at their posltJoo.-Samusl : J( of sei- section II, I

.n V1"? tourIst' atol from JAok- 3 o'clock nt the hnwieof Mr. and_ Mrs.leorit" :aS-40 acres. : ;i ::: ;: : -
on Rule dally Limit Ucto- : ) V" Morse Spring utrmit GENEBAL EGBERT he said land being assessed
u 81Rt. when their daughter. MU Emma: was the greatest General of the Issuance of such o<, i [ ]
Col. Morse was united In mar- the name of Unknown.
$5t90'-; Gainesville. Oilman known. Baltord's (
tr"", '17'/0: ; I1'<""\ ,, I", *W.I*; De.NOlf aira' lo Mr. ChllnnopyrarstlJl.'hlo- ever Is the greatest Liniment. said certificate shall be : : ; ''::: ;';: 1 I' :
\ Fur Urn 11ev. to law tax:: deed will issue
fInh,.. { JncMoiivill
fH.oli'NlarI"''', "'all.*, nay of all 1 ruin.. It Is within ''
$lti! 1Ir. Ciilklim I''Rtur of the on the 5th day of October, '
; Put-III-I.v, 0. f.l.l.Oii: r inymond church, T H. p IDter. { | ; .
I5Nhingeon. I>. Coo $37.00; Lookout State 8trut Congiegatlonal "Tble Is to certify that \ )
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"" official signature
OUlitain, 'I'enn.. $2' lIS. ot2cIurtiiig Liniment tus been used my /
1'01'' further loforllll\UOI\, pun. "lh! < house: thron rliout WII, prottly hold for years and has be the astn day of August. A. D. ) .
feleryatlono decorated a profusion of roses benirused. Liniment [ 1 JOSEPH : <)
Fan call on or write an excellent eall
Larrabee was roult court Putnam ; :
::01 u. floyIton istrict PissenCo.t Miss Emily alas. I am never \ :
'."L.. I\'eoltll Atlantlo Lille, at the piano, and promptly note.at of 8 Aokennao-Stewan Drug ;. By B. BiTHOHO I'BIO" O. .. .. ....
s Ina. alook struck the opening( .-

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1 T ; I The Palatka News THE "DRY- CAMPAIGN. Married on Wednesday. NOTICE.The .

Capt. Frederick Priest and Mrs of Pnlatko.. him passed an OixllnaiiL'u a.
i .. ... Week Shows Decided Gains; Annie Laurie. Ramnaur were mar city to proviso for'puvlttH parts of LommiHtrcotaad I IIItk" Z!::
....."" for County Prohibition rled all the hums of the bride $t I II Water tatrottt in OILY of i'alHmLUm -

Another week will wind up the o'clockVednesdllY afternoon In tin Ouo of mild Ordinance, roods nn
Butterick $ City fiapp nina$ andPersonal $ campaign for prohibition of the saloon presence of the relatives and a.I tow lulh..HI "-
I In Putnam and unl..IIsRll of the more intimate friends of the """ 'oUdll I. Thnt Trillion t 10from thaInturHunllon
county of Wat. ..r Want. E! orUlnil shape of a
mention.
$ $ the UOtt bride. The officiating olericymnr
signs fall the election on elite of Wee fttriwt; and naoStnoO Wator Btrtwtfrom the
.""' "'..."...-"" Inst. will show an Immense majority was Rev. Wm. Wyllie of St. Marks tho ,south slim 'ul Main Htruet to the NIIgarment fit* It only for
In favor of a "dry" county. church North Hide of Wmrelatrbe pnvtHl I'm Itw* made :over.
i The Arlington Hotel office U being The growth in prohibition Rentlineiit Mr. and Mae. Palest left on the afternoon with the iirovlHlotiH VltrlftuU of Jirlak aa ordinance in accordance entitled I with An and when you crowd I i ,1

I' redecorated during the pust week has liner train font brief wedding trieto 0nl: II: ; Provide lot: the Pavlnu and not made over 44
O. H. / was InV noticeably strong. In some communities Asheville, N. C.. and VlrglnlapoHsiljly nhiwincet try i'In In thu (Jit/ of Palatku* yourself into one

Patterns 'v' the city yesterday where there was little Interest !the! Jamestown Exposition of Florida'panned Palatka; on' Situ lu Slits opuncouuuil: 'day of AugUHt In tho, A City 1) your form you destroy the line ??lad! (;t Jri i ,

LnnU. KalbtlelU U out from hit taken in the fight, a visit from Capt. Priest ban long been In COIII- lIK' ,> and ruin the aliapc. +'
of fever.Mm. the Palatka campaigners has awakened maud of t tho launch Margaruh, belonging 1'110 OIty..r Palatka hUB laneIPilUilOll "An
recent spell enthusiasm for to the Wilson Cypress com Orillnaiu'G: to: !provUl: ** '' I1nUl5g;: ::d rvmivlim ,
1l : of clothing ,
Horace Priori jr., of Jacksonville people r.rOIlbl' Htivt'tH Hi tliuOUy tI" This U why rendy-mnde Jix
Mon lIch as many pany. H<> U one ot time bunt known Now thoruforH thlH notluoU for puf- ,
IR visiting relatives here. imtei-mcd tile canonofluteorpone' holds the original lines over ,
thought possible. The white people and most universally I".f notifylnK never
Dr.. Uuy Eaten lice returned l from n of the comity are almost solid for young men engaged In river navigation .. of, loU froutliiK of on Wator l.uinou..tr.HI..t... to from the Kurt thuIntoniectloii which Itwn built. You** boundto Iv
At i vacation spent at White Springs. the abolition of the saloon, and seine on the St.: Johns and (ho hRs tildo of KoHti Hlreet mid altto the owner of crowd It out somewhere and "? '

d Hon. W. 11. Cook of Pomona spent /gains are even reported! among the been many times congratulated/ on Iota or uartiof lute froultnKon: .. Water"Btrout: in somewhere. r
Main Streuet to the bound to cave
bll le. v from thu Mtmthnldt/ ) of It 1e tg' t ta
wlnnlnir
In a
dv Tuesday and Wednesday the city. so charming/
negroes. there has been foal sometime North: Mldu of rI.7.'i.l':; :: : that::: thuy inuwt ,, it r
Ben). B. Balr Is spending sometime AtGrandlu last Friday night Mrs. Priest pave t hu mi mo H It 0111141 I Krati ofvllrlllnl
.at his old home In South Carolina. wa an open air meeting in the beau engaged In the abstract olllce or hrlfkand iniiHt two uriuiltu found"HirhInu. Allot this'can be avoided if you ljf'
tiful the depot and the Judge E. E, Haskell. 1'laiiM .HiJUflMuiitloiia, can. ht made expressly I
grove near tn tlmoilUioof' f I thu (Ulty MiiKlneor] and thuinaiiiu will order clothe
I people were present from all the *!* lit which Hit Id navinimnt. Hhiill 1 lxtlaid. have assurance ,
Earnest's J. W. Harrison merchant at Denver country 'round. Addresses were : Said I cMirbliitf: 1 inKl lat, ng meat bconipluttMl for you. Then you .v,;

was a visitor In the city last made by Rev. L. R. Lynn, Judge E. A Deserved Compliment. 1 within tftlrty thetlinuforadvttrtlNlHrf daya frelitthe. tlnte of ple slntf, permanently fitting C

Tuesday. E. Haskell, H. E. Merryday and W. Miss Ida Lelb has returned to this of max thu provhliHl oxplration: :hv: mild of ordinances: : the owners oarments. without mar or s

E. S. Green, the wellknowlIVe- U. TTlghman. This is an almost city from Boston, Mass., where she of all lots a partnof lots Hhall pore to the blemish. I -
laka merchant was In the city yes ctxtunt of onu-thlrd of HUi'h' Htrma and. w p ere
''i'I solidly dry precinct. completed a teachers'/ course la the tlutHiunu pvrHonowui H butting property I on t''y
terday.H. Saturday the 14th at Baldwin music. Miss Lelb thoownoi* crown.
conservatory of both wlilUH i ufHiiltl HtreotN
We have ; S. Cummings and family of school house was agent!: day. with a will organize class in voice culture era Hhall leave two-thlrdn of. sue.. h ntrm'tniilnitthiu Order your clothes from us- {
at the Saratoga' Hotel crowd. The Farmers Cooperative t on ouch proixtrt.Y." Kallum! toiiuvo made tor you from S S t
Rodman were great and piano on Monday next. She bag ana nlat-o In poNltlon: tltu vurhlnu' ru* have them I
secured the ;7 yesterday. Union met there and l the drycampaign been decidedly successful it vocal ,:militul by MtUl ordliiniuiu' thtt llonnl l of Jtumt honest fabrics by our Chicago m it:,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert James returned committee divided l Limo soloist... can be seen by the following TriiHtuitH l will:: prot'fiMt to contract for'rnfurrcdto havlntf Tailor. Ed. V. Price fc n,
I for i last week from a visit of sometime with them. This Is one of the best complimentary nuMce In the Millers- the I l nnd work Loa donuundor Oily Uoumill the will ordinance i-uiiuli-a, all MUCHowtnirit Merchant for yourself t
agency In New York. precincts In the county in point of burP/ ( ,, ) Herald of recent date: of proj" rty IIbllll IIIK Oil tho utr..wtnaiiiiHl Co., and then Judge
has Intelligence/ and high: Ideals, and the "Miss IdivLelb, returned to her to pay tholr ,proporthinate it ha re of you'U never wear the "made up"
of
these wellknown Miss Lizzie Bailey Satsuma people take kindly to this banish- thin root or such pavhttf an pruvldud lu sent
accepted l I a position In Miss Kate southern home at Palatka, Florida, ordliianuii. kind atfaln.
ment of the saloon proposition. It on Monday of this week to the regretof R.H.OUILL,
? and I LUCHB' millinery parlors.Mln8 was an all day picnic in neighbor her friends and all lovers of fine -A-fit t'hiilrniau. Boitnl; nomad Trustees Pull woolens
Florence Davis returned Friday hood style with a free handed, open music, who were delighted and l Call and sec our nw -

popularpatterns evening/ from an extended visit hospitality to all strangers. The charmed by her sweet songs/ during Proposuls! i'or Paving. -300 styles to vlcct from.He'r'bert.

+ with relatives In Chicago tables staggered/ under the weight of her brief sojourn In thin city. Miss Sealed1ropn.eia will I received bv the
and = Mrs. Frank Smith and the children good 1 things to eat provided by the Lelb In a cultured vocalist and pos- Hour.I of Hoiid: TrusU>*'M 'r.ho Mty I of Faint
week from ladles. The from Palatlca ka Florida, tit the ofllvu of the Ulmlrmai
returned l last Daytona speakers sesses rnro natural talent In I the art
all i Beach. where they spent the sunnner.I were Revs J. F. Bell and L. U. divine. She rendered several very for until:: :I l7 IIK. Tui'Hday an' lawn, Ootobor RpproxImailiiK;; Kluhlli; ,W.HH 110'17"' ).. Crook:

will receive Mrs. U. Jackson/ and daughter, Lynn Judge E. K. Haskell and \ fine selections at tho opening( \ of the (I tin prolluli'sunl for r"l'IIl.hl'It'lli' \ plna nIt ,

Miss Nellie, returned l Monday from U. Tilghman.; There Is every promIse Ctmtennlnl exercises on Sunday of In Urnnlttf pOHlltoil Ourniiiff: : "fintl M eiri'tilar( :: 'granite" fee t

the fall styles i a visit of some months pant. In Day- or a greatly Increased dry vote morning.. .'....II\.r Htoiiun of a riullim of U feet and for Palatka Fla.
l tona. from this precinct. furiilNhliiK on the Htroutmid for laying XV-- ,
about Wyles school house In Palatlca Death cf P. R. L&rive. all .iiuiiruyardn nioro orleimof vltrilled pllV-
Sept. 10. I Jared l and Melton Beck, two well- crowded l Monday night big brick or bloukn of aonieiiinniliird' brniuwith )
Heights was
/
known young men of the Edgar section P. R. Larlve former well-known which! to imve Water 7.d"f":: from
/
and many stood outside by the doors Main Street to I mrol Htrert ,
Every pattern I were visitors In Palatka on Lemon street baker died at his home .
and windows. It was a great meet "Street ''' Wati'r Street toTwelftti "HtretAll
Tuesday. I nil'. Rev. L. R. Lynn, Hon S. J. in East Palatka Wednesday utter- work 'and matorlnl to be In ncoordanc lllu. Ittli 20 per cent reduction on all
will be new !' Senator Withers of Lake county Hllburn nnd Mr. W. U. Tilghman noon. The body was prepared for with<* ollh-o tint plllll."nll.'eUlcalioIlM of tbe Olty "UiiKluuer.Klnnl on
4 was a visitor In the city last Saturday were the speakers. shipment/ to the-vld home of deceased l 'payment will l Iw: basin on limn areaof
r and direct from I and the News appreciates a call liannervlllfl held a big/ all day/ picnic In New Haven, Conn., for which pavoment, when. ""I.h..11I1I1I accepted. upnr .
;''
ituMiMureiiHtntM of the City KiiulneerThAtUty SHOES.
It will leave thin morning.Mr. LOW QUARTER
from him. place
on Tuesday and the ladles provided ( portion of the money IK In handonethird .
New York. I Mr. and Mrs. ti. C. Canovn and the l bountifully everything Imaginable !! Larlve was compelled I togive ;:: of the: money to tie derived flout
his business lu tills city some the bt>ttHrm *nt ussexnuent to lie paid withIn
young folks returned on (Saturday In the way of edibles. Bannervllla / up thlrlynye, ,onu-thlrd: within 1 nix month: :
No 4 from an outing of several weeks at Is all right or, rather It Is seven years ago\ because of failing und one-thlid' wet bin twelve montlm. Uor-
other
I 4 Asuevllle, N. C. ,rightly named l for a. contest of this health, and for several years past t lliua lee for the has made his home In East Pulutka. I by tlmae who do not pay In full' guar'
kind the banner
1 for It Is one of dry :
Mrs. R. C. Howell has gone: to the itnteed :bv the Olty, which shall. bt a Urn
esteemed In
pattern equals of the It He was a man highly ,,
precincts county.
gavenbig 'hl..h.hnll
Jamestown Exposition. !She: was accompanied imam on the property lwitnfltt l and
from Jacksonville by ; dry vote two years ago/ 'and will this city and his unequal battle bear IntureHt nb the rate of nix. peuentum .
.
the Butterick. lead l Itself this The speakers, agalut disease has been watched per annum. -- -- -- -
year.
t 1, Miss Smith of that city.A. with genuine sympathy by his hosts The delivery of said paving block mum l
Revs. and Bell and Mr. / .
were Lynn
to be ln v Ithln thirty daynftor
All will C. Weaver, the central Lemon W. Tilghman./ They had a large of friends. granite the curbing lotting of tint./ contract and the UII- See our Hagnlficent line of
styles !l street furniture dealer returned last and appreciative audience. Mr. Larlve Is survived by his wife, Lire work to bw-t'omplotvd In 1ft) days from .
4 week from a pleasant visit to his old 1 who accompanied the remains to the the Poiitruct.
Interlachen took of big certiilud::: :
care a
A check for the amount"' of On
be in stockFashion
kept !1.4 home In Huntsvllle Ala. crowd on Wednesday. 'J'here'RS a New Haven for sepulture. Thousand Dollarn., inudit payable to K. "HOrtll High-Grade Furniture, Carpets
t.j 111 Mr. and l Mrs. Arthur P. Lewis of large number present from this city, ,Ohalrmati of the Hoard of Bund 'TruH ,

Alt. Dora former well-known residents Holllstcr and other nearby placoi. Post Office Box Rent.At tee.Bond, mtiHt TruHteen t'onimiiy renerve| the the bid.' The.uudof > reject and Crockery.
Sheet !h, of Palatka, were greeting The town was crowded l with home any or all bid I ,. Hnvelopv. ..r'-:: marked Rugs Lamps
Sv friends In the city this week. people' nnd visitors. It had a regu- the request of Postmaster D. BldH_ for filet Puvli K,"
M. and for the Information of K.M' ('III LL.
I free. Call + H. Tucker has quit work liar. holiday Fully 300 Kirby, "rlce'are; 1tt( I'I'.
or Flnley appearance. box holders, tho News publishes. the ('hnlrlll lI. Bonrtl of Bond Trustees, The l !
and left l lest Saturday for n short people were present. The dinner 1'nlntka/ Klorlda, 4h.pt. 4th.. luur.
following regulations of the Post-
send for W visit Ashevllle, N. C. Mr. Tucker was the biggest kind of an affair.
fJ one. !14 expects to visit New York before returning It excelled in abundance and variety office Department regarding the collection Notice of Application for Tax Deed. CAPT. M. R. RYAN.HquSE.. FURNISHER. ,_
of box
rent
home. and attractiveness. The speakingwas : Noilco la hereby given that 8. M.
i 'Phone : "No box shall be l the
us your Mrs. Tromley and l the children lu tho town hall and this was of unsigned to Coburn purchaser ot tax coruScate. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
until the
have returned from Missouri, after. crowded, most of the men remaining use any person rent 183 dated the 3d day of July A. D.,
therefor has been Box
pattern wants.Don't 1e'I visit of several mouths with rela through between three and four must be collected at paid.the beginning rents of 1905, has filed said certificate In my
hours of speaking. The speech of olUoo, and use made application for tax
tives. Mrs. Tromley was accompanied
each for the entire ,
: Hon. S. J. Hilburn opened the quarter qlla.rter.bnt deed to issue In accordance with law.
home by her sinter, Miss Daniels. ey..sof no lI'nKllr.Yhen" box Is rented i'\tm\ W Jf-\\-'
who had heretofore been Bald certificate embraces the following ,
I Miss Sarah Mabry has returned indifferent many to the Importance of prohibition after the beginnlngof. quarter, rent described property situated In Putnam _: ,I ... h fi:l...J. "'
from Alabama where she has must be collected rata for the .;
spent ;
pro t-;
| forget : from an economic stand- County, }Florida to-wlt :
and will her remainder of the Ton :
w the summer resume point. Other speakers were Rev. quarter. days LoU 2, 3 and 21, Block 20-Inter
Work for f
l place as stenographer In the law office before the last day of each quarter I
l"I'anclsYarren., agent of the anti- action..
we are closing i p Hon. J. Hilburn. In
+ of S to
postmasters are required place
saloon league/ Revs. L. R. Lynn andJ. The said land being assessed at the Everybody.WANTED
h Thos. ningham; of Sanford l was In F. Bell of Palatka and M< srs. H. each rented box a bill, on this form, date of the Issuance of such certificateIn 1.V 1..
out all bearing.. date of the last of
|j i ik the city !Saturday: and Sunday. He K. Merryday and W. U. Tilghman. / day tho name of A. L. Boas. Unless
i has just returned from a visit to relatives "wet"majority the quarter, which must be receipted I !
This precinct gave a small said certificate shall be redeemed according I
8 SummerGoods : In Virginia and a trip to the will upon payment of the rent. It.. box a
two years ago. It be to law, tsxtloed will Issue thereon
M Jamestown expo..ltlon.Vashlngton. the other way this year with the"small" holder falls to renew his day t to on the 21st day of October. A. D. 1007. A-N I LlA Y/ANTED :
his box on or before the last of
a
| p and other points of Interest. left out. Witness my olllclal signature and seal!
the box shall than be closed
I, Paul C. Smith, the well-known Others who have contributed to quarter this the 12th day September A. D. 10u7. WANTED
and
oller d for rent and the mall\ j
| regardless of i p hardware merchant and for many the enjoyment of these meetings/ and placed in the general delivery. (See [Seal] JOSEI-H r it ICE. :
4 years clerk and treasurer of the town picnics with music and recitationsare section 848, Postal Laws and Clerk circuit court, PiUimm county, Fla.
cost to make Il of Crescent City, was. among the Mesdames II. O. Hanna and W. tions. Regula By U. Raymond Price,d o. clerk
prominent visitors In the city Wed U. Tilghman, Misses Emma Creek- ) THE KENNERLY HARDWARE CO., r.

I i'4 nesda)'. man and Mildred l Pierce and Master
room for our + Steady (progress la being made on Davis Lane.1'onight (i4 nn. '''mi1' ""IK "ill1': 'sill:, ;JIg' iip'JIur""D'' ): ,,1111"rill:!'''Ulil'""j DEALERS IN '

the Palatka end l of the new hard road / there will be a public.. Hardware, Stoves Plows Cultivators, WaterCoolers r
G. B. MOBLEY ,
big fall stock. to Interlachuu, and the road l, so far, meeting at San Mateo. '" Fall Shirt! Waists. Iw a
1 J Ice Cream Freezers Agents for
,
The for next
F Is pronounced by those who use It only picnic planned :

Many of the I Ifi daily as the best Improvement ever week will be at Crescent City.dinner This = Ladies, I have just received U I I \ Fine Groceries. I Planet Jr. Implements, Oliver '
will be an all day affair with
1
}+ made In Putnam county. : Plows AtkhiH Saws Etc.,
lu the park. the Is an early shipment of Fall
park
Adjoining
y
fall Merryday Block opposite
furniture store ,
fi staplesnow has Capt.been M.getting H. Ryan's in some specially the big Auditorium with a seating 1I Shirt Waists null 1 you are inC Kupperbusch'a RontiuirantWo :ZJPala/tlza.: :Florida: : 1 .:'

in. I elegant furniture the past few days.If capacity) of 700. S. J. Hilburn and :'I vited to come and see thorn. 1 AVlll pay FOUR CENTS, SPOT CASH, for all the < ,
Rev L. R. will be the
Lynn principle -
don't think 10 take a at if Prices reasonable. IfIj ; handle only fresh
you peep speakers. The Palatka people will are 1& ,-WELL-CUUKO V.LNJLL.they can net \.

20 to 30 percent I 1.1 M .the and other birdseye sets maple of art woods.bed room sets go up on the launch Margaret of the ; I also have other seasonable !i if @}, cerlug goods mill both( farm In fancy produce Kfo-, and will continue to buy and pay cash for It through f,

M Wilson Cypress Co., and perhaps the goods in the line of und solicit a share of the entire
R+ saved i}, Mrs. H. H. Bard and l family passed Tllghman's; Mary Howard. 1&_ cum er. u I
u on A+ through the city Wednesday enroute There will be meetings/ In PulaLka. heavy dress materials, and !If 1 your You will pat ronnlfe.like Bring your Vanilla and get the CASH. r'-
@
1.4 to their home at Norwalk from the most every night next week, and am confident. (hat I can theappear- We want nothing but First Quality Vanilla. :
all !ij mica of our store and l {
purchaseshere. !w Summer Haven buaeli. On Tuesday 1
among the speakers from outside please Call at store
you. my
.I stock, and our l law< prices -
Mrs. Bard l landed l the largest sea bass who Is Rev. W. J. Car- thRLKennery
are expected -
!
and seo what I am offering I f will
nppcul Btroiijrlyto
thus at the beach 50pouuda
fur caught .
w of Tampa.Last THE
and actual penter It will ,P.. you. !Suppose: you
one ounce, weight.'Squire pay you.
14

+w sv :!4 was' /in the E.city B. Lane this of week.Putnam'Squire Hall Night's Meeting.There Miss Hattie N. Buky k I i I G.come B.and l see MOBLEY liS.I Hardware Co., [[1;

N Lane Is deeply Interested In the work was a large /gathering on the
rr 4 of the Baptist, Orphanage at Arcadia court house lawn lust night, when I'ulHtku Fla. Florida. 1}
l and hopes that the people will rally Rev. J>r, C. C. Carroll of Ocala ad- Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, ; ,
;
Th e I 1, to the support of this Institution, ( nil.. dressed the people In the Interests or Ladies' Furnishings. Ix.QcterV' 7ti.r, .,1' 1= 5 7ROIIREN'1'I'woorflute i m'j
H Orphanage day. The program, or obJect the "dry" campaign. Dr. Carroll = ml -lulTf

k of this day, is mentioned In another spoke for an hour and a half and his = rooms,

column of this paper. speech) was eloquent and to the point Agency : May Mutton Bazar iirnlnht or unfiirnlHhed. Apply
Col. S. J. Hllburn was on the program y Cor. 7th and! Oak Mr., I'nlniku, Fla.
I4 Friends In this city have received t '
1 3311 : 7;: Brl3tltl) ,
\tterns-IO cents each n
iN cards the marriage In ; for a speech. but owing to the or
r 1.4 New York announcing, on the 12th lust., of/ Miss lateness of the hoar It was postponed 1 12 cents by mail Nor Letter JJ :

Duchemin I until Monday evening, at which pattern anywhere at \g! ;
r1 Ituby McLarty daughter any
If !Its ; Your'o After
I Earnest I p.1 of Mr. and Mrs. Chas A. McLtrty time another meetlnir will be held on = price. Try them. !fejill.IK If Qjallty ihl'J
I
to Mr. Samuel Auvuatua Floyd. The the court house square. I Renll' ( "'rriio ?h

bride and her parents were former Judge K K. Haskell was master of !:;. ,in'-i.jii.:] ': .' i 1716! : ,:iii'jm'uii'' ; I iw';:::11I,1: ''in giJust Sin:gee St:whig Mm.hi no .
it
!
residents of this city, where Mr. Mo- ceremonies. Nut only for <|imllty', hut for IIp-tu- = .o'Ur'H

i iI Larty was a prominent dry /goods An Approaching Wedding. iliituuoiiMtriU'tliin In tint ."",' the for a HINUKK.evs-n1Wuyn: hexreen ...,..'- "i: ,.' .....)); :d't

w dealer.Rev. Dr. M. P. Foley rector of the Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Rogern have Jiint Thu."HINXJKU liLt II! : |poxxn.l.audtlnitngeswtlth c '. ilt, I e t e\\

Issued Invitations for the marriage you limy. not know litit' Wet .
omp
y1 Cathedral at St. Augustine was the of their daughter. Miss\ Mattie, tofr. 1 OpenedA will bu 1>1011..1(0.110... yniibucitUHttudiire .
/a o+ guest over Wednesday night of Rev. ( John Suhlrard.l The In tlio mtwhiu miu'htiio: : : html '" .... ..' .'. .:.::..-.
ceremony -
I Monica's wtt knowrnII1 ton to bot = .:.;. -- I
Kathnr\ Barry at St. rectory. nesnl1,11,1
I e will take place at three o'clock on ex .. limit .
Company ; fine line of Laces Hour llvlnic itt It
:+ Dr. Foleysleete Is one of the most popular Wednesday afternoon October :3d, at new 1 Thu HI Nli IKK: may ho wn. "lth.. e e-
In the dlocaite and recently. the family home on Palatka. Heights. I and Embroideries' also Lnbllxhn.ont of K.: O. :AltI.H.+111..m. I nu small! |
O'Brien ..
Pultukii. Flu.,
who
l with Father John a former on ntnMt win iipluiirtml H in
payment required at the time of and the balance
This Is will
I a wedding that attract line of Novelties that to ttltow you IUK| H..II l| you no* purchase j
1'ahttka and two other a
I Iti pastor priests popular attention owing to the popularity ', *"1 puck..t"uokoMIIIJ. W small weekly or suit convenience.
+ it the diocese, celebrated the luth of the bride who has to I will interest the ]ladiesJ1( 1} or rm< H. monthly payments to your

anniversary of his ordination. Dr. womanhood In this city, and grown l whose *. W.oJllck.un.III1I..w"n" Collector j My great success is due largely to the fact that I guarantee
;
I Foley was graduated from the American of Palatka. Gulnuavlllo. .'lor Ida.Delicious .
| The New i grace of manner has won for her universal 1m i
College at Home. esteem. The groom Is the u! Everything as Represented or Money Refunded,
_
St. Joseph's Academy, under the ) -- -- -
popular agent/ of the Southern Express Our Millinery
fi and Up-to-Date direction of the Sisters of St. Joseph, company young man of exemplary :I'll 1! t71L'ILIITp'' : J Jill"'" :IL 'i011,III! ::11I1)"iII"" 1101129,: M f Ur Yelverton I O2O- Lemon St.
w opened Its fall term last Monday life and whoso correct busness iJ. Jr. paiatkn n>. i.
de with the largest attendance In its training make safe the prediction Opening ,

S Dry Goods history. There were over (H) pupils that his future holds much ? I, i _1\III1lfiIBlilllllII'iII\ !! lIIIIr" !imtmmjmmmmmemmimsafmmm'if'BSCHOOL'! ; : : ::
enrolled on the opening/ day, and that: Is promising./ -
will announced
more have been entering. Sister. >e later. j Bon Bons

8 Store Rose de Llna from the mother Held For Murder. In the meantime Ii IW g
i house of the sisterhood l at St. Augustine and
,,a has been added to the stair Silent Howell went to Jacksonville preparations are going H I "

of teachers and will have charge of last !Saturday: and returned ahead Chocolates
1 In New / rapidly. ) 1
with the nl'ro.Valfer Leadbetter
44 the higher classes. This school Is / ,
4l of the best In the state and It affords who had (been arrested at Isle Instance B OKS.
one Our millinery offering I All Home-Made Candies
In that with beIng
the News pleasure to record lt.steady city charged Q
;, I flerrydayBlock growth and prosperity. Implicated In the murder of ( this season will be I
/ Manuel Thomas at Oak. Villa on -the Something new added ..
Rev. J. S. Braswell, pastor of the lith of (last month.Leadbetter superb. NEW.
i A. M. j,:. church In thiscity preached who acknowledges he ( 1 every day ..

a oMtronSE'rmOIl/ before his congregation / was In the crowd which fired Into Miss Kate Lucas. L.. A. SMITH REBOUND (good as new)

last Sunday night In favor of the Thomas house hm been held by AND SECOND HAND at
!i- t
jon 4 prohibition. Several white men who Judge Coxe to the /grand Jury. The Lemon St.. Pulmka. ;
a tE were present state that the sermon preliminary hearing was held yesterday -
t
: was a most powerful appeal to the afternoon. daEaliS ,J '70tOE:' :! mtJltf1t01g"tEfLJp2rC!, : Chas. E. Rowton's Palatka.Price
Putnam House colored people to do their full duty .. -- ., .
in banishing the saloons from Palatka Miss Kate Lucas" returned on Sun- _

t There are one or two other hon- day from New York accompanied ems. 1 I----, +=-_- _-a List on Application.
tI orablecoloredpastorslnthis. city who by Mist Ada. de Press! who has
Square. are doing their full part In the Inter taken charge of the trimming department == pu: .tJl.o.r.r.l.: : :pharmacy: : :: e:;:

eats of the "dry" Call11e.8monwhom/ of Miss Lucas' store. Miss PALATKAFLORIDA. Save and rebound School Books-
W. F, of Lucas states that she has money buy
ire Rev. Kennedy, pastor purchaseda
Palatka Fla. the Presbyterian church and Rev magnificent stock of millinery and 1- Chemicals, Druggist' Sundries .j good as new and 25 or 80 per cent less than new books.

Jollier, pastor of the M. K. church. that the entire force In her store Is Patents. Liberal allowance for in good order secoi.d hand!
The former announces that he will engaged/ In getting/ ready for the ffiesonifTioNS OARGIUI.L.Y COMPOUNDED.

preach on the subject on the Sunday coming/ fall opening, the date for OARDiy!! BIKD. AIIOD. Mallory ] school books used in this county.
;j Sr"y veiling before election day, the 2Uto which aha hope to announce In a ..., ItMnMhlp
...... !> ; .
I Inst. week; or two. .

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