The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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System ID: UF00075922:00093
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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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:EW SEUIES VOL. XV, NO. 41. .,: PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907. '. :$ I. Per Year.

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J k. "* James C. Ray Will Fit Out _. will Be Completed as
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.q Elegant Ice Cream Parlor. Originally Planned.

Advance Fall Janiog C. UIIJ' has about completed Counly Commissioners Decide on Roadway There la no limit to the nerve of ''
Showing plane for opening in this city mi loo I certain yellow journals both In the
cream soda water, and confuctlon- ; Bridge Across St. Johns al Palatka. state and out of It, In their efforts to
t. ary establishment that will bo second deceive the public by publishing fake 3'

to no ottter establlahmi-nt ot -- --- .. news stories in connection with the
the kind In the state building of that great engineering
The building on Lemon street BO CONTRACT AWARDED CONVERSE BRIDGE CO. FOR $54,000,00 work the Key West extenelon of the
of the famous loner heed by Thoa. M. Uuv for bar Florida East Coast Railway. It has-

purposes will bo hla location Tnli At an executive session of the been part and parcel of the demagogla .
room In well-fitted for a bimlucBS of! INTERLACHEN ITEMS.Mrs. plan of campaign In Florida to belittle -
thlaklnd. The floor Is already of board of ooiihty commissioners, the efforts of Mr. Flngler and ?
tile. It In Mr. Kny's plan' to have which lusted all through yesterday George Buttrlas and baby of the officials, of the Florida.East Coast
the interior ivrtlHtlcitlly. dccorntei forenoon, It wan decided to aceep Ocala are visiting; at the home of Railway In their work of develop-
Correct Clothes for and the walls me to bo a nerlon of Hon. Ueo. Beiklemann the
gentlemen. Co. of
I I the beRt nlrrors. Other features of the bid of the Converse Bridge father. iii-tint .

the dpennifioriH will\ be In keeping.-.. Chattanooga, Tenn., to construct a Kev. W. Wyllle of Saint Marks, ism a few papers have taken great
On Wednesday Mr. liny gave Ills roadway bridge"uoioaa' the St. John Palatka Episcopal clergyman has delight In printing alleged facts to
order for what, with one possible exception river at Palatka, for$54,000 the same been here In the Interests of painting; the effect that all work on the Key
la the larirest{ and moat elegant to be paid for In eight annual Installments and. repairing. ; the church in this West extension la to be stopped after
soda fountain In the south
place and opening' the same for ser- January 1st, 11)08.
We have Thin fountain was designed especial of CS.TDO. The first In vices. Our churuh here Is a very It will therefore be a sore disap
AnUnprecedented just received ly for Mr. Hay by M. W. Venable, stallment" to be paid on completionof nice edifice and we understand Dr.J. pointment to this small minority to

southern manager for Robert M the bridge; and the others, one M. Jones who has removed here read the interview In last Saturday'sNew
and are now placing: on Ureen & Sons fhiludelphla, and will euoh year for the seven following from Btarlce Is a lay reader In that York Tribune secured by that
be exclusive. denomination. Those who are of this newspaper from Mr. J. R. Parrott
exhibition our new stock The apparatus Is known us teen's years without Interest. church will be glad to know that ser vice-president and general. manager
i Polar JounterHervloe\ and embodies The bridge Is to be completed by vice may again be held here. of the Florida East Coast Hallway

of Men's Fine Clothing. every modern feature In uodii foun- tine first of October, 1908. Joseph Stock and wife left last But to thousands of Floridians the
talus There are to be IB automatic
will be most welcome that the.
Beside the Converse Bridge com- week for Florahomo, where Mr. news
of the latent
measuring syrup pumps extension work Is to be carried
We Stock has the school this winter.
cordially invite pattern and two massive onyx draft pany, proposals were received from successful
through to a Issue thus
I Dr. Jones has takes Immediate -
Display I new columns of Mexican onyx. The the Ottumwa Bridge company tfll- of their home. possession roving that Mr. Flagler'g faith in
to call ,
and constructed of the
see the counter Is to be 000, and the Roanoke Bridge coin- his wonderful enterprise has not
flutist selected Imported marbles and W. L. Powell of the Rodman Lum
diminished whit.
models for they are so genuine Mexican Imported onyx. puny SUO.OOO( ber company who Is stopping at the Florida Is one bound to become the
The refrigerator bnse will be of Cuban The vote of the commissioners Lake View was called to Jacksonville gateway to the Panama Canal and

of the unusually stylish and mahogany and will\ have plate stood 3 for the bridge and 2 against. on business. the extension to Key West Is to provide -
glass doois. The wall fixture, or Mr. Middleton wished his vote to be The schools have opened here In a the best and shortest route to
superstructure will be of original very promising way, grading and the Central American republics
} attractive that we know design and will consist of selected known against letting the contract, classing. being conducted In an able Mr.Parrott'a statement to the Tribune -
Cuban mahogany Inlaid with landed and so explalued. The other negative manner.. H.j,; M. Coburn one of the Is as follows:
New it will be well worth your I art glass In rare and delicate colors; vote will not be known as the trustees hits taken settees from the "Contrary to lubl1shedstatemente.
the supporting columns be of massive old Masonic Hall out and placed on '
vote was taken In executive session. the construction of the Key West extension -
while to see them. propoitlons, and of the finest Neither does It matter as the board the school house veranda very of the Florida East Coast I
Mexican _
welcome and the
onyx. donation buildingof Railroad has not been abandoned
Fall y The entire outfit has been gottenup la now unanimous for the bridge. a new fence has been placed in and there Is no Intention abandoning ,
This Fall the bulk of with scrupulous care as regards This will be the first wagon road the hands. of J, P. Porter-money It," said J. R. Parrott, vloe-pres-
quality and outside eileota. bridge ever to span the St. Johns raised. by the V. I. S. for that pur- dent and general. manager of the
our better grades come cally The manufactured soda water Is to by bo modern automati-machinery river, and as Much will draw attention pose.Miss Lillian Doss the principal- of Florida> and East for twenty Coast Railway.Mr.Com-Flag-

Styles operated by water power. to this city from all parts of the the school who Is a finished musi- any er's right hand man. In years all his Florda -
the famous housesof Mr. Ray expects to have his apparatus state. Its building grows out of an cian, will also fill a long felt want by enterprises at the Holland

Installed and ready for service agitation for which the Palatka giving music lessons. louse, in New York city, a few
y by the first of December. board'of trade Is responsible, and Is Monies have. been raised and subscribed evenings since. "By the middle of
to build a church at Boscola, January we expect. to have. the road
from LETTER TO H. R.. ESTES, only a part of the agresslve program Rev Black, pastor of the Baptist completed to Knight's Key and boats r
Palatka, FIll thin body has In view for the better denomination. tinning from that point to Cuba:
-- SCHLOSS BROS. & CO., and Dear Sir:' The wear of paint goes ment of the county and city. The Christian Endeavor services i "Since the beginning of this work

by gallons; the less-gallons paint Mr. Martin Orlftln, who owns the ; will begin at 8HU: p. m. on Sunday at our construction has covered the entire -
Schloss Bros. wears longest. The reason of course, the Congregational. church. All In- line between Homestead and
at the foot of Lemon street,
Is Its strength. It takes less gallons, property vited. and Key West. We have bad forces
has agreed to donate the bridge approach at work at both ends and In the mId'
A. B. KIRSCHBAUM & CO. because It In strong; it wears a longtime Benjamin Stock left last week
because It Is strong. It Is all- site if the Palatka, end Is located for' Atlanta where he will give the die. This has been done largely In i
paint and the strongest paint. order that the work might; be finally
there. next three years to the study of the-

& Co. Makers of the celebrated "Correct t:1 paint There paints.Is a best No two paint are among nliKe,all-of The office of county commissioner, ology-he enters the seminary there completed"Eighty, per more cent quickly.of the constrno-
even at the Increased pay of *4 per, -and all wish him "Uod speed" In
tlon of the southern end of the line
alike ,
Clothes for Gentlemen. These course; no two cover( or wear his studies.
hall Its drawbacks. There are
Is thick from Key West north to Bahia Hon-
alike. One is thin another ;
goods are almost too. well known to one has too much lead another too when do as he will, a. commissioner The Social Club was to meet with da., a distance of forty-seven miles,
and need commendation at our hands much zinc, another Is right. The cannot. please all his constituents.. ills. J. T. Jenkins but on account of has practically been completed. This
He gets Into tight places. the rain, the attendance was small.J. .
right; Is JevoeBo far as Is yet known. would leave between Knight's Key
({ but we will say, for the benefit of Perhaps somebody-else will find-out One such time was presented to P. Bule of the Rodman Lumber and. Bahla. Honda twelve miles in

those who are not familiar with I I a better paint than Devoe; then De- the' board yesterday when It trulllo came Co. Is stopping at the Lake View ass which Is comprehended the three
face to face with the proposed '
voe will become a more-gallon paint, also Mr. Long of Jacksonville, ladiicts. There has been offered soar
A B them, that they are without ques- a costlier paint, a weaker paint, aessdurable bridge to cross the bt.,; Johns River who Is here In the interest of a new no engineering problems In these
tion the finest "Ready-for-Service" paint, a less-economical at talatka.. invention In the Hue of a. turpentine three openings that. have not already
The commissioners at I a
timid -the Herty. been overcome in the
paint, a paint. cup
garments that money can buy. We Bigger changes than that have meeting held two resolution or three months unanl- Uncle Jack Mason has bought the opening\, which Is about complete

have been fortunate in securing the come over the woild Devoe boa the ago iiously had, to passed build the bridge., At a old Peacock store building, of late. and which Is longer than any of the

I Kirschbaum very cream of their finest productions ] omebody-eliie lead; why shouldn't? we lose It to later meeting the board- decided to owned by a consolidated grocery thers."The amount of money expendedIn
$ to be
ask for proposals the same
The Fall Display is now com f! Tours truly Mrs. S. J. Townsend held this undertaking has been entirely I
opened at the October meeting, on a reception -
M F W DEVOE & CO within the limits of the original
plete. Come in! See our window Wednesday of this week. of Inspection, from 8 to -o'clocK, estimate, and In no wise Is it beyondthe
In the meantime opposition developed on Monday at their new home-all
display of new styles. You are as 1 several of being much Interested in what financial 1 ability of Mr. Flagler
& Co FOB SALK-A new high grade In the country precincts very to carry/ It through to completion."The .
welcome to look as to buy. roomy runabout. Will sell at lewrice. notably those of Crescent wonderful changes Mr. and Mrs report that Mr. Oi -tin Car-
; Write Box 458, Palatka. tf. City, Baldwin. Francis. Uraudln 'ownsend have accomplished In so ter; has been employed to take charge
h -- --- Monroe's Mills, and other west county short a time.
the engineering end of the extenon -
Pansy and nil other kinds of sections.At Under the charge of Mrs D. M. work Is likewise Incorrect. The
Flower seeds and bulbs at Kenner- the meeting on Wednesday after Corthellthe Congregational; church chief engineer in charge of the Key
y's Seed store. 10-t-iit.\ ; the bids were opened and petitions Iy undergoing; a. thorough cleaning. Vest extension Is J. C. Meredltb.St. ."-
$10 $12 $1'5 $18 $20 $25 and up. for and against, the bridge were H. Hutchlnson of Crescent City Augustine Record.
A.Man'sHouseIs read. Those for the bridge were topped nt the Lnke View.J. .
principally from tax paying Palat-
tans. These petitions were not circulated H. WylIe and Fred Stoddardwere Reuben Offers Advice. tl

His CastleIt in the country preclaots. In Palatka on business. Dear Mr. Editor:
The anti-bridge petitions were read E. T. Redding lost Nellie one cf I again. take my pen in hand to let
first and there were some 275( names his handsome spun on Sunday:! Every you know that we are as well as ; ;
attached. The petition. for the thing man could do, was done for common and hope these few lines
should ba fortified, protectedwith bridge contained about 830 names. the animal but Mr. Redding bad to find you as common as we are. Were
good paint. Ton homes are After! the reading of the petitions ufter the loss. mighty well pleased that the .
Fearnside Co. burnt up by low decay, from not the board listened to arguments Z. Rushing has returned from Alabama county went so dry that It was al-
Clothing being properly painted,to every one first, from those who opposed, and where he went In the Interestof most a drought. We always had a
that i>destroyed!by fire.And yet it second, from friends the project division of real estate recently heap of confidence in the WHITE
t cast but little to keep a home well Hon. J. H. Harp led in the anti- left by the death of his mother voters of Putnam county and It has
22 if the right kind of pain bridge argument. Mr. Harp presented not been misplaced. We believe
.I painted The V. I. S. held Its first meetingon
S. in the an able brief on the subject principally that our sheriff will pull the tall oil
Foot Outfitters. i.used. The bent painter Thursday In connection with theSocl..1
"The Head to
dealing with Its legal: side. of; the first Tiger that trya to do bus-
world cannot do a good Job with Club at the residence of J. P.
His paper In In the hands of the mass in our county. And that the
poor paint, but give a good painter Jews, but lack of space prevents Us attendance.Porter. A good The meetings many were will beheld lu dream of the liquor man that more
publication this week. Air. harp booze, and worse booze will be sold i
Pmm before the let and 8d Thursdays
as -
was followed by W. B. Campbell alao will not be realized. Anyway we
month the Town Hall.
# 5B $$ PATTO N'S of Crescent City, and one of the every have the satisfaction of knowing that
most active opponents of the bridge. no man sells a drop with our con-
t is e He presented and\ had read by the Th. Reward of Haughtiness. ent. Do you really. think, Mr. Editor -
clerk a letter from Attorney General The other day a chemist was awak- that the town consll will have to
------ ill la. In the opinion of the attorney ened about 1 o'clock in the morning bya rent Lemon street for a pasture to

!M'TCrST- SSSSSS mJiL1l.Yi.L:! f'AMTS! general the commissioners were not Ind clamoring at his shop door. Oixm- raise funds to payoff the police with?
FOR SALE authorized to build the bridge on the leg his bedroom ,,window he saw a I hope not a good friend of 1
deferred payment plan. mall who mine (a liquor man) told me he
boy was gesticulating
Noble Calhoun who had bought they would have to. 7.
PeerlessProcess -- an"! }0:" will rl/\ (tt :a Job tint JudgeE. vlldly."Wbat'a.
will loa!. veil and wear veil. rendered a contra opinion to the Now Mr. Editor, the worst feature
cconunucul punts be- bou.rd.> and who had. vent a copy of the matter? Inquired the about this wet and dry business Is,
They are
and Unimproved Land they crr jo much more his opinion to the attorney general, chemist."I we are apt to let It Influence us lu u
Improved cau'O Eurfaco and w.... s>> much I longer then read a telegram from the attorney want a penny'ortb o' camphorated voting for the different county of-
than ordinary puinti. They aie general which that olHolal\ chloroform for t' toothache!I" bowled fieea. We shouldn't lose sight of the
j!.; In Moth City and County. sold by reputable retatlofn who.o acknowledged; receipt of the Calhoun he lad. I fact that there was good men on the
Artificial busmen exiatenca diprndi upon opinion, said he dissented but stated Tho chemist was not overjoyed wet side-I don't mean men that '
thu continued p&tronacA!: cf ...,:i.. that he was not the legal advisor of when be found how small the order were in the saloon business but men
C.I CslorCardi the county commissioners and that who voted wet because they thought
Stone Walls, find eumtcn.-.t. his opinion to Mr. Campbell was not was for which he-had been so rudely that the best Interests of the county
nd infunn : f
Strunz u.jn! : >nACkeEMgoSleworl
Henry ofllcial. awakened from his slumber; but, tuk- would be better served by the open
Copings and Stepsfor Ueo. B. Selden made an able argument leg; pity on the sufferer, he dressed aloon. Now that we have won let's +
CO. for the bridge as so also did himself and went downstairs to sup be broad minded enough to admit
Cemetery ** Palatka, Florida Drug Col. S. J. Hilburn and others. After ply the much desired relief. While that we are all citizens of Putnam

-- -- argument Chairman Stephens announced measuring the drug he could not belp county and cut this wet and dry .
Work and -- FaliUkd, Florida. that the board would adJourn doing\ a growl at the lad. business out of our next election.We _
; until morning, when final action '. observed believe that our county clerk
"It's like cheek, he ,
would be taken. .. your should be kept In office he has always
\ Water Vaultsa nnu mrnrrnnnnn9rnnrrrcFIRE '''''' devoid "to wake me up at this time of the ; -
Tight Iille. Call and examine Tne Wednesday meeting was done his duty as far as we
of any unpleasant feeling. The night for a paltry penn'orth of chloro- know. It Is an office that few men

specialty. PVDLICCLQCKCorrespoivds II I =3g speeches were all temperate in tone form.. could step Into without making a
: r and the atmosphere. of the crowded "Oh la !It?" said the boy resentfuly. ness of It, Mr. Price has certainly
For priooa or estimates) = Insure. :your property: against! are y court room was generally ooticllla- "Then I'll tek ml custom some- had experience and that Is what
I Piquard'sHOWARD tory Each side appeared willing to wheer else. Yer can keep yer chloro- counts in this office. So we say keep,
apply to == H. Finley Tucker, =3gs concede that their opponents. were form.' I iveau't hey It nenw for yer hint where he is. Accept no substiute. -
witlj..YoS1! Insurance. E2 Moved by a spirit of patriotism and blooming sauce!" That fellow Beck better Beckon -
and that all were seeking the greatest Hutchinson to let's because
\ G., or 0. PETRE, Hand-Painted == Op.Court blouse, Pnlntka Flu == good to the county And he dldu't. ne went off quite In- they havn't got the Price.go Seal

s= 3 dlgnautly nursing his jaw, to wake uu As to our assessor and collector.

Palatka, Fla. "iWATCHf STI Real Estate Bargain' ISg" James Lewis, an A. M. E. preacher another chemist.-Pearson's Weekly Veil, If there is any poor devil who

It/ accurate\ China.i -: Nol..Ten-room.i-ntory house, =S who lived for years at Crescent has got more money than brains let
'! : U to know that colored church at Inverness died In stitution!' said tho stranger. Our superintendent, "he's all right."
i ii t hence the
a pleasure No.A. Two->tory on j
"- have the right lime t o1vthasecand.butlffapa *T* TIulihtM, JUHt. far enough out of = Jy. this city last Tuesday night.; He "yes," answered Senator Sorghum, We just mention these now. We
,you ." town to nave city tu",.. Wnt.- owns a good !grove property at Ore."and if all the money that belongs will have something to lay about
Shoes Free 2r:S cnnnniHInnii, Rood rnpiilr.1m Bold Lot 13- cent () there could be collected the government the rest later.
5 must
and hcabeen SMITH: roxee.'ral.\ : ) property:
Ity.How A fellow
has just come and told
g quluk, no will will lit il Imrauln, ::g would have enough to run without -
t ;wffhfhe gg purtt'Htflt ami ,Imliuice la Initial -::: to Cur a Cold. that. he saw a hog down by the
o gT"| nienta. :::..gg The question of bow to cure a cold collecting any taxes for a long ranch marked swallow fork In one
To child born in Putnam iHowarai i iwV loss of la : time."-Washington Star. rnd,
every NnIl.-rstoryhoor1roans =S without unnecessary time one year bit In tother, that's
County during the year 1007 that tch// bfiHldai l *' Inundry' rtmni, 3 In which we are all more or less Interested I our., so wa will have to go. .
;y: olott..tetc. Annex with 8 nice bolE T Juinjy, Sprains and Swellings Cured."la .
for the quicker a cold Is gottenrid Yours 'til death
IB brought to before two It2- Jeweler .
store The Ham and outhounf a Lot --
my : 4'r' ro: mi or the less the of I November 1901,1 caught cold and
months 7 Are i4 1 1991 #M HWH) ft. Fruit trees on plucn. IZS dangers pneumonia RaOaaN
old, I will give its first ruc it ggg: MoMtdMHlrubltf. .lt>cnUtyoii hat lHlit. = ?* and other serious disease*. Mr. B had the quinsy. My throat was swollenso Norwalk, Flo., Oct. 9th.
FREE. shoes ABSOLUTELY ; 13 J5to$150assasi i ie Unn IHI buutfUt at half It. vulue ._, W. L Hall, of WaverlT. V.., has used I C could hardly breathe. I applied

: r $ =5 No.8.-11..;..... of funned. land pail Z3 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Tears Uhamberlalu a Fain Balm and It gave me ROB RONl'-Two; or three rooms,
Palatka: = orange tr*.*".ytHltlml(: ..auu..OOXHH lunt 7ST" -* and siys: 'I firmly believe Cham her relief In a short limn. In two days\ I urolHhrd or unfllrnl hed. Apply
$> g= year( >.>-.tory. house, rlook.lnH! .3 nia's Cough Remtd/ ba absolutelythe wai all right" sass sire 1.. Cousins Ot- Our Tilj and Oak; Hr., P..latka, Fla.
bake io town
beautiful Hr William : :r::S
M. Curry JH of KauUtt,only,l IJIIJII."> best preparation on the market for iirburn.. Ulan. Chamberlain's Palo
Serd for cop b'bi l oolds. 1 have recommended It to my Ba mx I la 'n liniment and Is especially Nice line of heavy blankets. just

The Man With Shoes j LDERT HUBIfAPD S book Fla. I ..1U1UUm.1UUUU1U1UUm. friends and they all agree with me valuable for sprain aDd swellings.\ For received at Miss Buk,,'.. All prices,
1I0 ARD WATCHES'eriiUedlWILDOt For sale bj; Aokerman-Stewart Drug Co, sale by Aokermao-Stewart Drug Co 1180 to 6,00 per pair.

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: Only those who were privileged' to'' I RECIPE.
PALATKA follow from day to day through the

campaign the masterly argument of What State Editors Mn. Oeo. Fluke f;; Recipe at II
Entered at the Pal tks> poctofflce are Saying
.. mall able matter of tba second Editor Frank L. May s of the Pen- talned the ladies Try it. W. A. CO.

01..11. sacola Jonrnal can appreciate'he Thursday Frlerryday
____ able home. pharma I
value his contributions to the
Pjbllsbed at Falfttka. Fla., on Remedy in Vagrancy LGw-
steadily Increasing volume of prohibition Mrs. E. Erwin one-half
Fridays by The field white with cottou In Jacksonville Dealers lu
literature. His are ounce;
argument ;
RUSSELlVICKERS.. np la Georgia and the farmer are In : Hpar.lla, three i
were each and all of them masterstrokes Geo. Fisko was
despair because of the shortage of I
w. A. IVSSELl. Edits for the cause of right and together labor to pick it. They !go to the last Friday. and ute" Crate Material

-- constitute a veritable cyclopedia towns and offer the negroes fancy O. J. Eubankn: each meal_and

PLAIT'S LIFE A FAILURE. of anti-saloon literature. prices, double pay. to go back to the seating Chase & : :
fields with them but to no effect. and shippers, I i. i by an emi all Kinds.
"Tbere is nothing clever as Irre- What a lesson Frank Mayes has Doubtless like condition prevail all of several crops of i write In a New of II

proachable conduct" said Mme. De taught those timid time-serving over the cotton belt, and yet we Pomona church the finest pre

Malntenon loop editors of city dailies who first con- have!! excellent vagrant;\ laws designed flowing Sunday to relieve

ago. suIt the business office before tacking to meet just such astateof affairs. and relatives I' Trouble. Weak Fruit and '
Senator Thomas C.: Platt DOW'nearing
There Is plenty of labor in the South of Urinary 1
the 76th year of his life, a great local nil I With MayesIt to pick the cotton crop. but it I Is loaf- U.ding of Miss mixture acts I'
mast certainly realize the force of was not a question of "Will itPay Ing around the dive in the towns, in tissues i

\ this statement, especially now that '" but "Is It Right?" Editor playing pool, shooting craps. drinking lace very, carrying lovely a I : them to Vegetable"Wraps.
tiger whisky living on and
/ acid
Crawford of the Pensacola Evening white She urio
be Is being sued for divorce by a the: white man's kitchen through the roses. from the blood I
woman to whom he elalmee he was News also made grand/ fight and ntertnediation of the negro cook. Miss Cleo Monjar .
maid of
true Is the needle to the And this evil will from honor
never married. as pole, grow worse l I.r was best man. suffer with tile .
Few of ever realize this truth to the cause of right. year to year until the vagrant law performed the feel Inclined to
us leases to be a dead letter, and Is rltiessly In this I
until It is too late. the couple simple
executed all over the South- have tried It
Oov. Broward and good wishes.
,* Senator Platt didn't. It was onlya family are now Live Oak Democrat. surprising,
occupying the new executive man- will reside at "' Palatka Florida.
short time ago that It seemed to their life without the
Ion, though furnishings are only Beard's. Prediction Ha Come True- together the stomach or ,.
dawn upon him that his life had and with hosts
partially complete. The buildings, Tbe result of election
been a failure. For to some one be. Tuesday's many friends.W. .
grounds and furnishings to the demonstrates In concrete form both it trial. It
Js reported to bare said in mournful the danger and the effect of the S. Mlddleton recommend
( time Ignorant / -
have the state
cost .
present $10100. ,- .
:, retrospection. "My life could have venal negro vote In matters of : Monday. of an emi -
been much better; It has not been The mansion I III In the suburbsof public policy upon which the whiteItlzetis ,V. M. '''' entire reputa-

t worth while. If I had It to do over Tallahassee, near' the old Oov. of any community are dl- daughters/ were -fay when It. Portable Saw Mill Outfitsthe
Jail: homestead and Is an edifice rlded. town Sunday.: at home
again. I would model even my political could either
When John S. Beard speaking In
course along otber lines." hat reflects credit on the people of he state senate last spring on his A number of or mix the best on earth. Engines and Boilers and all kinds of Wood Working
the Mrs. '
the state. party at also
Age; atrophies our dearest vanities. disfranchising amendment sounded reader., and Mill Supplies. We a large
carry stock
his warning as to the danger of the Saturday evening. .. Machinery: and can
Wealth position, power fame-the The Jackao .Ule-1\Jetropolis has a negro vote, no one probably Imagined make immediate sh.pment.Vr.te for illustrated catalog. \\', can

(Uttering things we grasp and treasure peculiar WilY of getting astride any that this prediction made at that i LAKE was' ei- gave you money.

In the glare of noon-do not glowso question on which there Is a divided time would so soon be verified. Mr. ". The gestures Address all letters

gloriously in the fading light of public sentiment. Just now Jacksonville Board then said In effect: Maurice Blood Where did ti
You thluk have rid of
you got
life's sunset. Is being stirred by tbe Eustls where ho -
prohibition in elections.
negro your By meansof
It will be remembered that In agitation that Is sweepingover the white primary and as-long as at missed that place. Malsby Co.

Mme. De Maintenon'sown time tbe the south, aud the Metropolis, the white citizens are united, you ..
have for time done Mrs. J''. D. the Jt'. .e 41 1 S. r
reckless French beauties after their true to its policy has leaped to the perhaps a so. gestoors; Forsytu St.
But mark you this: Tbe time will Tuesday from .
fling at fleeting Joys, were wont to 'ence.' The Metropolis is owned by come when some great issue arises has been for -;' ,,. Atlanta, Georgia

retire to a convent to pass their declining Carter & Russell, the former being on which the white people will be lovely singing -

' year. In penance. the editor and the latter business divided. Each side will then strive by the Orlando --- '- -

Human nature Is much the same When this antisaloonwave to secure the negro vote, and the negro a fine time. She Q CC JjJg
manager. holding the balance of here musically
power I ; U J
tbe world over and through all time. struck Jacksonville' good and will determine the result." It. jtJ

And old Tom Platt Is human. hard some three week. ago and the Mr. Beard's prediction has come Cleo Mr.and and Percy Mrs., Disease Suspect. E New Stock !:: Let_ us know your .| :

He has made millions for himself Metropolis was being crowded by true: in Escambla. county and sooner Baud were : realize the alarm "- ..
u ,
and more millions for others, but all than anyone could have predicted or prevalency Garden Seeds fRI Ii:
the anti-saloon element for a declaration The white recently. I '
voters of the
expected. Grocery
this money does not satisfy. He was Editor Carter happened to be county were divided, a majority of A flue son was of kidney, disease. J a g

for years the real lawmaker of New away. But Russell, who understands them however, favoring Prohibition. and Mr*. James orders Whiiekmdneydisfeet are the- for Fall Planting. !

York state, but not a law he made the policy of the paper quiteas But( the white people nullified each Northport, L. I. most common
other's votes and the NEGRO, holdIng from[ the | Wants \ '
can be pointed to with pride. In the diseases that
well If not better than Carter, the balance of power decidedthe Cockcroft and prevail Our prices are as low
United State. Senate he has been the took the editorial pen In band and election. most popular and they are flD .

most watchful agent: of the corporations declared In substance: "The Metropo- White men who bad paid their lets almost recognized the last by 1i J. as seeds of equal, high u and we will be pleased) to rjj

but his name Is attached to no Li ig has always been in favor of tem property voted for taxes and were poll In taxes effect disfranchised and Mr. and Mrs. W. "' patient and physicians quality can be sold. i:: furnish you with tho best Bu
great measure and his voice has been perance. Its proprietors are temperance I years Chas. Henry will vho eon-"
by purchasable negroes, goods obtainable at e
from their thtmitltti We handle absolutely eurpnau
heard In no utterance that anyone men and the IJ
among very I who never
pay any property taxes field Mass. 1' while the orig 1m I low '
cares to remember.. He has gained best citizens of this town. Mr. Russell I whose pull taxes were on this occasion -I be the I nothing that has -. ingly prices.None n
wealth and power for himself and U a church member and believesIn I paid FOR them by some one I their delighted home Do. system. 1i J. 3 but First-class goods L
else and whose votes decided for the been carefully
his I associates, regardless of the cost the knowledge so IW'w) find shelf .
prohibition. He don't drink anything white people of the county the resultof School opened Dr. Kilmer's room hereY> t

to the helpless public. stronger than cold tea. If he the Issue. Carrie Harmon as kidney remedy Iit from the cho'ieeJtNorthern not"1 want to convince you of this.

And now his private life In all its could have his way he would put an Both sides In the recent contest Mr. and Mrs. rheumatism, Stock

recking rottenness is to be laid barein end to drunkenness, and the Metropolis tried to get the negro vote, and the sail for home the i .,.liver, bladder g so como and see for yourself jjjj

a divorce' court. would advocate the adop- saloon Interests got it. Which side spent the summer I urmaryr..age. c for seed purposes, or, phone your order in ty <
got It however Is not the point. A '
I. Their
Many a well-meaning man no tion of cold tea as a national beverage contest among white men that has to see their many ng it, or bad suited to the most No. 84 and it will recen.. g

doubt has secretly envied' Platt and and thus sound the death knell of to be decided by purchasable negro their beautiful liquor wine or a prompt and careful art> nu

would gladly have stopped throwing booze. But unfortunately he is onlya votes Is discreditable, uo matter A revival at the unpleasant ne I 1m cal flarket and Garden @ tion.
whlcb side gets the negro, and any often 1 3:: jj
stones and with him. held to go Trade.
swap places half-owner In the Metropolis Mr. being this
plan that can be adopted to elimi- :
It cannot be denied that the ruling Carter Is not a church member. He nate this element from contests in ris and Rev. J. B. to. The get up mild many and f i a:: Free delivery. %

Influences and tendencies of business which the better element of the being\ the { u
opposed to prohibition. He Is one of Swamp-Root n
and political life la this white people are divided-as they Quite a .. the highest j
countryare of the progressive/ men In this town I L.C.Stephens
were in this case-la worth consider- tended the 8&ewar''Y'I' of the most dis Ackerman-Stewart !
toward Plattlsm.It and has been one of the strongest/ I Ing. Pomona church need a medicine II

Is too late for Platt to make factors In bringing the city up to Its Kacambla county has afforded nn bride looked Sold by drug- Drug Co.Palatka !u Grocer ua

much amendment. But lu his confessed present /great commercial Impor. object lesson not only for her own white organdie sues. ,
citizens but for the of and ribbons, and u ea
: people entire bottle and
there Is much a
disappointment tance. He Is a good man, but he state and one worthy of consld of roues and ferns. Florida.O. ; Kirby and Morris Streets g
for younger men to think about. doesn't always see things as does ,
oration every where.-Pensacola Jour was bridesmaid / .::_ I u
Mr. Bussell. The house is, however nal. beautiful white itQ" W Palatka, Florida. 3
Senator W. J{. Jackson of the really not divided against Itself and with lace and -I'" Jr.

Ninth Our Reward Came All carried a bouquet .... J
senatorial district has resign should not fall the Right- Bo .oes ...ao*
provided prohlb'sand r. r.r.r.r. r.c r-rrcn
The best nmn and don't LOPI BA"...", J. Wn-TlB HILMAHDHc
eel: to become candidate for state
a The and election paper
the antl's will' cough up well for wet dry held In Pomona. The President. >.and Tr_
remember the
railroad Putnam last resulted
county Monday -
space which we hope to make 'em In a big victory for the dry side, gratulations happy:: young and and The G. Co 75 Dollars Cashwill
the freeze the tax. rate for do. 'Ye cannot serve God and the saloon crowd being defeated by very long and I N. y. Loper Bailey
Mammon' not meant to include 3W The anti-saloon
was over majority. .
the feta* was a 1." mills. After the There was .
partnerships. It was addressed to element made a stubborn and relentless Fire Insurance: buy out 2-horse power Batdifc
freeze Is was reduced to 1 1-2 mille. war on the existenoof the church both of.Time 3, 188 Edmonds Gas Gaaolui En: .
Now It Is 7 1-2 mills. Do "we need Individuals. The Metropolis\ Is a saloon In that county and they have evening by the or
the Epworth American and gine. Reason for Belling : nrger)
another freeze another partnership. achieved a victory that assures Putnam Laml (Offlc. i Leading Foreign
"/.e, or
squei |] ", :so', wr7.
safely In the dry column In fu- ( j I engine ueeded. Can be e' III
/ more It's?-Orlando Reporter- tar. There are "Mima ; tbnt In roinpllnm-.
Metropolis on the Fence. ture. The saloon element worked fishy omhful. The l .. Art of OonifrOHi Companies 'operation at this office.
with a big corruption fund but the for tire
net Hiilu
Many of the state papers when referring Tho Jacksonville Metropolis Is good people of old I'utnam were determined companions In the mother anwrll* ;'1. ; :: : ,,...a of Culirornln. TIlE PALATKA NEWS
.. ,
I to this county call It "good fixed on the whiskey question now to get rid of the saloon In even abounding the rouittlnei health nf I ::; : : 1 \the I'uhllfl T.'rrl-Ii.ntl, Accident Insurance:

old Putnam." Of course none of UB bring fought out In that city. One their midst and here Is congratulations at the mlutlle age of :, laid llllam' H.
of the editors Is said to be utrlctly to the noble men and women are "Morn wanted and of i'iiy. HtuU* of
can object to the appelatlon ; the temperate so far as Indulgence Is who made this fight for home for :only matronly ripened health nor and. ':..' ; r : .:: for in t I 1,15 ito otU-nurchniM! bin The Travelers of Hartford: European a Restaurant

county Is good and so are the people concerned while the other editor. It God and for humanity: and the Pa- brief Dr. oe r. :;,} i i of sw"I 4 of Section
but how did the term "good old Put Is claimed Is. not so particular. This h.tk" News should be awarded due The f.i: health; of ; ::, : :: : r H, Range No.>Vi>land E.1 Life Insurance: Furnished Roooms
of Hairs credit for related to the local tit the
nain" status puts the paper on helping to bring about the ..
start Some one tell us. manly organs, that a for itt timber or
neutral ground a most convenient glorious result. It made a perch" ::. Ibo whole body moot (mrpo***.,and to Hot and Cold Baths
-. ._--- situation in contests of this kind tant fight to drive the saloon from acrlption dries the litml, before Clerk The Old Reliable "Germania
Putnam county surprised the state Taking a stand In a "wet or dry" Putnam.-Volusla County Record. ulceratlon: and :: :: I: : :: Piilutku, .. ,Flu,. on AtCJiarles
wakne*. and Impnru *"' I"'" Life" of New York
by its majority of 219 in favor of election Is about the hardest tiling organ natural A. M. PmlMcttof
with which a newspaper has to contend A Poor Farm Suggestion- who nave lout th r.'rb : or "rtindlu I. KupperbuscjiiPnlatka
hibition.-St. Augustine t Record. and to have a position In the have been made ",ob. ) ..milu, Flit., E. K.
Make the surprise all that it will thrust Why should so many of us acceptthe the miss of thU .,. Marine Insurance: Fla.
matter upon you whereby the conclusion that Hillsborough :: : :': adversely!
stand by giving us all that's coming. "element" may be caught "coinln alone can, save money by running a Willed Away are.'. requestcd to
on or
e The official canvass showed the majority and a.gwlne" is sheer luck Indeed.- farm for the maintenance of its pau When a l>crt' 'r, iwry.' The Leadimg CompaniesAll
Fernandlna Record. persIt Is true that few of the l'lIl}. RogIet.r. For
to be 254; ; us published In this came for the V.27.51:
counties could maintain
last week an orange tress of the house New and Upto-Date
paper Druggists and Liquor.The grove but why should not a reason Claims Promptly
-. able mind accommodate ] sion that her own
a gen..ralplan Furniture and
News has been "asked by a Settled.
ply employed a
Bob McNamee made a rlproarlng to particular conditions? We
subscriber to define the oC
privileges/ have a. group of counties whose climate mado no House Goodsat
speech over in Pensacola In behalfof Furnishing
druggists in the sale of liquor in dry
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and soil admit of such Hastings stances. Front Bt. FA&ATIA. FZ.AMaurer's
the whiskey Interest but the result Bounties, and whether they have the St. Johns a of City Taxes low prices
\ tiS small
possesses; But when two very
would have been the same with right to sell and under what conditions fruits well
pay as as big ones
; and still the old -
out It. The eloquence of an angel dening is a remunerative occupationand last City Council of Go to
In reply the News would say thatIt no .
could not have veered those 000 there are many little Industriesthat to Rat-and
ne- has consulted Col. S.: J. Ullburn. honed did not

Kro voters one way or the other. and that gentleman gives it ns his A rheumatic might pursued cripple In within this doors.state the house felt that of of taxation securing and an Roach-Paste: R. S. Mooney

They were for whiskey first last and opinion that a druggist has no rightto supports a family 'II'lth" lathe and lug in her duty If for the cur itr.cu Ih,... "nlo by lu odor I they. ..| It and ,
all the time and needed no McNamee sell liquor. The law makes no scroll saw. 'Ihe demand for little some Inquiry about and for paying "'j MAUKER'S inManily In BUG UM arer a year*. Palatka. Florida.
for its sale
gab to confirm their faith. The only provision the by of druggistseven -. article from Florida wood is constant "Where Is and Water De- to b.ilbuKi......fluu.nd moth. li ran doth --.L
on prescription a physician. and growing. Why not set tall and bony be levied Sold rate' ;In t...... At nt>!dniniliii' or
salvation left for the laloon Inter- In other words, the druggist basket making? The old mats from up the clothes. Property In upon said ,s 1 Ftt t eO'4. t'O t :'t mi,; Undertaking and Embalming.UcktThfi4'.
has no privileges In the matter at all.
est In the South lies In that noble corn husks would be acceptable in "She has gone I the Dollar,

Republican gift to civilization-negro many house. and the raw material live :
", :yessuiu
Bulfrag.-Llve Oak. Democrat. Oat Rid of His Company. so used, would paC for the corn with composure. Thirteen ((13))
A 'visitor at a health springs was disinclined grown and eaten by those strong '

to sociability After lie had enough to work outdoors. It is a I sylvania some Three ((3)) Mills.
Monroe county will vote on local' of gooilby fer yuh "
been there a few days a young woman question management purely and ( ) Mills ( : \
option Nov. 5th, and In the mean- topping at tbe same hotel took pityon simply. If a poor farm under good i tlldu't seem tub tills lilt
rranaitement might not be made ntilUn'.
to 11107.\
time the bar. of West
rooms Key are
his seeming loneliness and triedto

,., all closed pending the result. The engage him in conversation.' Aftera support the fund entirely\It could be the made beneficiaries to do so In of me"But and way allow didn't me' i GAY, "The Cigar You_ Are After-

liquor men didn't care to takeout few conventional remarks she anked part to the betterment of the health rangements about Pr... Fro Tero.

new licenses Oct. 1st, and go through what had, brought him to the springs. and pride of those most nearly concerned Susan's mistress.
"Fits.. ho replied confidingly-"fits. It Is only a question of hon ,
the slow, red tape of gettingIt "
process she left
And I'm so glad to make acquaintances est and capable management "Well [ ) CounciL Many men are switching from one brandof
rated back
pro after the county business venture which should be She made a will ..
for the doctor doesn't want me .
goes "dry." In the Interval the absolutely divorced from politics. tub men. Wcse

booze element will get some experience The to be young alone not woman oven for disappeared two mlniHes.and" Tunes-Union. and so w'en she Acting, A. DAVIS Mayor, cigars to another. Not so with the .

wash clothes
yo' ,
with the cotton taste and
an tbe unsociable roan was bothered no
Ocala< Spirit. 1 Is AD Right-
object lesson to the value of prohlbltloii more.-Kansas: City Star. an' dere wits no Huckleberry 'smoker he
that do them a heap of The writer visited Ooalo.a few days 'bout It, now was for Tax Deed ; is a repeater.
may To remedy a scratched mahogany ago for the first time In several years To which that A. I,:

good provided always of course surface take tbe kernel of a Brazil nut, and was impressed anew with the tloa the mistress !! tax certificate

they are able to recognize: a good : separate through the center and rub splendor of the "Ocnla. spirit." Although only remain t day of July

thing when they see It. the marked oil thoroughly' Into the scratched or the heaviest smitten misfortunes a few years that ago have with News.Miss. application corUScate for In: Lee Roy Myers Co. f

iilaoe The
white mark wUl ever been visited upon any town In Fit-r accordance with ,
Hon. John N. C. Stockton made a disappear entirely. Then your favorite Florida save the Jacksonville fire, I. was In love 1\ ( the fol

prohibition address In Jacksonville furniture polish may be applied to the her citizens have kept their faces always wonldn't I give situated In MAKERS
restored. surface. to tbe front and that! to-wlt
by their unwavering :
one night during the past week, thus _____ r1Lt
pluck and have Blr. T.
energy surmounted Pg 382.
securing at least a temporary advantage every difficulty and held THAT : r': 13, range 20-9 \
:. In the politics of the city for his How's ThU Octets squarely abreast of the most If you are MnSui'l Ask Your _
We ofr>r Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for progressive town. In the state. Not- assessed
political faction. Now If the chief ny ble for work It at the
.. ..
or CAttrrb that oonnut b.cured b, itch) able the i such )
c priests of the Tallaferro faction will Jatarrh. Ou..... among public Improvementsat I. out of onier. aertllloate
r J. CHENEY CO.. Tol......0 present in process are the layingof lure. to throw!: of M. Goldsmith Cigar'Man
get hump on themselves and learn W".lhe und..I...... htvekmiwn J.Ch.O.7 several! miles of handsome and and ailment akin shall be redeem ,

to pronounce It "the ao-CUR-SKD: or tlialaHllirvam* In ail buitlnraa, and tramu-otion.bIJ...re him sod p.rfwtlyonorfthl fins,,. durable sidewalk and the paving' of restore tbe : deed. will Issue

rum radio," and begin buying bat lallr ahifl tocarrjr out mar obUirMlon mvl the: street. in the business dIstrict sound and perfect of November,.A. UIA
by ill. Arm with vitrified brick The "Ocalaplrlt" ,
tled water charged/ with wind In lieu WALDIIO KI: .VAW *. Iha"" I* all right. It ha. made bard Temple. J ,. and seal ,
of their accustomed ardent Wh,,|... Dnjififl-ttn, TultHlo.' O. used Herblne for tbe
spirits Jcala fine
lieu's. Catirrh. Cur IK taken lote.oalllIn" a town and will never al- has done me more A. D. 1907 '
there will be good reason for hope :Ireoilr. upon the blond lOad raucnue.urracM ofiaitaMra. low It to fall behind In the march of doctors. It Is the ( J JOBBPB Pic..

that even Jacksonville will go dry. I"' bold.. Sold TeelJniunlalaMiit by all druggIsts free. 1'r1..711Gp.r I progress -Bradford County Tele made for chill and county f I&.

( Tall.Hall I Family nil lorcoofUpatloD. graph. tale by Aekenaaa A dep. clerk. 1

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=-Hei\dciua.rters' forOrange I Crescent City Y! ] / 11 /'[) ,,,i1iIII//I////////Ill/////iI11//I///!// ]// //II""I/uhf,/ ; C John B.College Stetson and Vivo Technical UniversityFour Schools.

BoxMaterial Weather ltejort.10C1j00ittOiItemoratnre Miss Lula May. Hunter will '

for the week set I In the dry !goods department of Affiliated With the University of Chicago

I '' C. H. Preston Co.store after the thetilvre.ltyOfChICs'I l I
-Tlii'Hlunilriril aro tlion. of
Inst. Miss Hunter Is Uiulrtlmire from both: Himiwu and Cliloimo: 5.55 tbe C'nlOKKO
2t'li'r very Kri uKrniliiatoitrocelvd
Nails- September a. in.I P. m. lip rn. E4 bra :;' and Sl taoii oalulogi/ .
young lady in this section and. <
Paper, &. VS38X'J ?JH. in 85'"' R: 53 tie K\i Preston company Is to be COLLEGE OP Wr-Oniduatpa ot thin Collofia are admitted to practice law In Florida ,

"y .. 7 n M 'i want 11- wlthonloxamln"Uon.COI.LEOS'OIl'TECIiNOLOGY.
: lated on securing her services.
Etc. ARTS. M.ohimt-
I. 'lueada\... T4
..... \\ednmday.' 71 M M n 7n 84 Itt 71 71 'v. B. Shotwell has sold..hls/ trouble. cal. Civil.) ItMrtrlonl nKlno.I"1: R"IIII"nual'I'mlnlnlooo..I.adlnK, to degTeoa. Fine ne"
smell-no .
Hay Grain : : II. ThtlMdny. 74 HJ 74 'Hi 71 market and shelf grocery store ( ) no bultiIngeotiyoquipmeni.
4. FrIday 7n Sits\ 77 B7 U'A, ( IlnokkaoplnK by butt methods.lortltd .
stock to U. Jos. Braddock, and heat in hurry OLI.KUH] OK ItflhlNiCSN.iltinkingin all UK branoluj. faculty ana
P. 1) WILLIAMS. Oboo.yo want a $ .mid'lypoMriLtuif. Klu: .itlvuoour iiiioiuu| In othur, uimrtmontii. Liirgv

and. Braddock Is now In charge. in the house the (fur cnniotllouii building.I'HEPAKATOllY, .

.. .. Shotwell will continue his boat bu .Graduate prepared. to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
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m Feed .St ffs. tog and general carpenter and reach. It's so easy to Cornell Mlolilgnn, Chicago and all lint-elans Collogoit.NO .

? .. Personal and Social .. 1= business In a .shop to ba fitted up a f' it MAI, AND IO"JOf.'CIIOOL8-) Klnclor' nrtun .In ll. own building.\ 3.I'libllo,Prl-
carry 'J liuao schools pcolully prepare
Also his home lot. He 1s l an mary,mid. Urnnimnr Hohool In anpamtu uiilldlnK.\

.. .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .* Si'hool, lowborn.MII8IO .
Fertilizers ""/%'''''.. .. .. .'''. woiknmn III all lines of fucul-
Standard SCHOOL.-A 10.000,00 pips organ, a donen planoi,neparnlo building, largo
order for Or- Lucius Turner was a. business visitor and will do his full Bhare'of this Oil Heater ty tliorough, courKea,, of trimly.ART .

Leave JloxffLtel'lnl your! with us to Palatka this week. Iness, besides adding much In : HI'IIOOI. -Now 81111110. Costly Oasis moiri. .etc.14tiofl tltounltpmltvof
..,. hold d"IIMOO
11111(0 IH nrofwunrN aiu InHtriiDtorit! Thov
.. of general building and IIIIH a fdcnltyof LOuiviiieiItwdi ,
can .IIVOYOWOjt way Device) Toronto.nkePonMt.;
'l'hlnkwe Dartmouth' C'olmnblu.
Hnrvnrd. Yale
early. Mrs. K. Wateiman IIIIH opened rhlciiiio 'J'her.era .
: ::: : : endowment I an
: dollar ;
boarding hou e In DeLaud. Mr suitable ( room in the over*MH>,wo uo In biilldliiunaiid eiitiliimniu, !mmrly a quarter million Includingstnlnnd
: ; he should get rid of store or any endowed library of over I lOots' valumui; beautiful, ahnpul with eaxtly fiirnlnhlnK"
Wuturmnn la still\ In the north. .lutn with complete up
,. niont., device absolutely preventing )UH! .. wlnclowH. 7 olll'alnl1l1l1", a.10..11.11'0 owuK: a Gj'mmi btiMuball diamond' undKildlron
\ truck, tunnlH' couru,
City. Conservative estimates place the. Cards have been received ,paratiiK: :;, boMlduvttwImmliiKi an onuloHod, : Athlutlu: golf,Kleld.rowing rimnllitf:and: 'olhorHporUi. :;; nuparAtit:, bnlldliiKa, : : and for llloloity men and; sue wa-
high or MlneraloKy
as BumerloluKy
as 1't.y.lce,
you for airy
&. citrus fruit crop of the Crescent City friends here of Mr. and, Mrs. oral mini!;lar lull.o luruu momS, and ."01"1; electric lining, uluctrlo helix, steam limit, cement, walkH and otlitir Bhouroada ,
m : = section l at ()() boxes.K. font holds 4 quarts of( oil broad a\omifin. ,.pool, ... camimn lirntilMry and tree".; Social literary miiKlcal .
];eEXml) m1 .v this; year Sft.OOO vllle O. Fanning of Brooklyn, N. utiidi.niH'chil>'; Htnrluoturo, .our....; chrlHllan and not sectarIan touching. The location I.bo""llllli
(for,9 hours. Fin- ( and healthful aid. the expoimoit are low.
-- ---- --- Borsou has a new IB-horse pow- announcing the marriage of For cataloga, vluwa, Coldura and informalltl!,address the President

er engine In his launch, and Is now daughter, Miss Hazel Caroline -an ornament :

A Very Pretty Line able to enjoy this fine pleasure boal Mr. Klrtland Allen Wilson on heater warranted. LINCOLN HULUEY: Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D.

of New to the full.Fletcher. nesday the 2d lust., In New
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson .'
Allen has leased the Braddock city. -
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and Embroideries at home 51)7 St., '
Laces Eighth '
residence on Summit street i : '
after November 1st. The bride 'i I
Dress Materials, next south of the Episcopal church two winters In Crescent City : ',"' \ State Institutions for Higher .

Home beautiful Silks, and has moved in.Orosvernor liar parents and Is pleasantly pUld.aj quipped. --- -- --- --.-----
,, ,,"oled.I = -- ---------- -- -
lamp ="
and a Fine Stock of Ladies'Trimmed Uautler and Harry bered by all our people as an Inm. : tc-7-
\ Riyo Ump Florida Female College
the t
of 1
Hats, Chamberlln uame from DeLand and tionally bright, vivacious and circular

spent (Sunday' at home. Both youna : ether; charming young lady. ANY of Florida I Tallahassee, Florida.

just received All Bargains. men town have Rood positions In the college : last visit was some three years I \ \ \ \I I I I I I I I I I I I \\ 11111\\\\\\\\\\ QitlneBvllla Florida.A i -
when her father's
family A College for Women, without a

MRS. S. B. SHAW, dipt and Mrs. S. M. LaBree are to I home of Hon. J. H. Harp for the 1 An Ordinance. Muh-Krailo< Institution for young; parallel In the South embracing a

Fin.. Ifi nt neat business office In the ion. Mr. Wilson was here the mail offering/ Literary, SotnntlHoEnglmwrlna. \ : College of Liberal Arts, a School (orTeachers I
Crescent City, ; ui a \ School of Industrial Arts .
winter living with his I provide for an ElecHon by the Loyally Agricultural, 1'eilagoK-, a
warehouse where their hay, (train, Qualified Voters of the Cltv of l'ai- Ical Courses. a school of line arts. Including piano
u w gWQV Insurance and express business will Ih'l; Phillips cottage on Park atka. to Authorize the Borrowing of a Strong: ;Faculty ; well aqulppud Inboratoriiw pipe organ. violin voloo culture elo-

u be looked after He was a popular young man, Hum of Money not to Exceed Ton ; thorough Instruction both cution and l'hy.lcallJulturo.

i Fresh Supplyof : took; an active part In the nodal Thousand ($10,000)( )) Dollars to be theoretical and practical ; careful supervision A Faculty of able specialists In all

A Several old citizens: of this place, fairs. of that season, as well as used In Completing and Equipping and discipline. ; high moral. departments. for special
all duly qualified, were denied the ot the System of Water Works within tone Tuition free. Charges
leader In the base ball. club.
i Florida. stu Instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a
the City of Falatka, now Under Construction No tuition charges to .
| right of suffrage In the special election Kewa,.together; with Its small by the Board of Bond Trustees dents. Other expenses very low minimum. New bulldlnga In course

of Sept! Both, and they are not of Crescent City readers who of said City. For catalogue and Information address of construction. Write for catalogue

Garden Seeds feullng any too pleasant about It. ber these wholesome, glad Be It ordained by the Mayor and the A, A. MUKl'IIUEE,
Council of the City of I'alatka: ANDREW SLEDU,
j Fall Planting Services were resumed at the Doling people, are today City(Section 1. That the. Mayor of the Cityof I"reMltlent. I' President

For Episcopal churches both here and at ;them a long and happy life.The Palatka. .the FreeUlentand Clerk of the

Huntln ton lust Sunday, Uev. Dr. City Council of said City or their succes
Just Received.
;] Carll-Jones be and hereby authored -- -
Ward the rector, having returned ( In office, are -
The Bridgeport (Conn.) and empowered by and with the approval -
from New York early In the
>f the Bd inat. contains the ofthe legally quallfled voters of
Have you ever tried the I' before. Palatka actually voting who R. R.
the City Lines
"Welch Grape Juice"'' for a. Mr and Mrs. U. L. Smith are now account of the wedding of Miss\ own real estate In said oily and have Atlantic Coast
I summer beveraire' ? It's clello- mce Jones to Mr. David Carll, ; paid the taxes tot the year last due

,{ lous and. strengthening.; Made living on their place. near Hammond will be read with Interest by ( thereon, and who at the time of said

j from pure ttrape juice. We ) tlon-the old Spencer place. This Jreaceut City friends: election reside In said cIty. s'lldapprov.

i1 have It in all size bottles. big; and sightly; home, with beautiful "One of the prettiest ; al to be determined at an election to be Florida Day at
Silver Pond near, and surrounded bya the; season took place this I hereafter provided, to borrow a sum

Our Celebrated No 44 large; stretch of orange. groves and it St. John's Episcopal church ; I money(ClO.liOO)not Dollars to ,exceed at a rate Ten of Tliouesut Internal
'clock, when Miss Florence
will knock out the mont stub- peach orchards, Is one of the prettiest laughter, of Mr\ and Mrs. Daniel not to exceed five per cent per annum, JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION

and Fever. places In middle Florida.L. and to sign and execute notes In thi ,
horn case of (Jhills\ venport, of 84 Washington;
It Is the most speedy remedy A. Hurlbut baa sold his entire >euame. the wife of David name und by the authority of the City
not exceeding
of Falatka and for a term
known. Jet bottle for 250. >rcmlnent lawyer of New York Rate From Palatka:
) crop of grapefruit tangerines and The was performed ten ((10)) years pledging the funds,.

Lound's Drug Store round oranges (except Hart's late) at Rev.ceremony William H. Lewis, D. D., credit and property of the city for the

a satisfactory, price on the trees.Mr. tor: of the church. The faithful payment of the same. .
Boo. 2. That the Mayor of the City olFolutka
''J Crescent City, Fin.M !- Hurlbut has a large crop of very it. John's was attractively. shall Issue Ills $15.15

""' M fll_"" eN"f't" i!, fine fruit and buyers had made him ell> with and palms the and guests white filled chry the Co.'I calling. an election of the r.roc1nmatlon.. .

---- -- ------ several fine offers for it, but he had mums"Promptly at 4 o'clock the I lIed voters of the City of Palatka, then
therein who own real estato: U
{W "WVQ """' ''' '' { refused all otTers up to last Thursday made rocession bride on the moved arm of up her the father. said residing. city, and who, have. paid thetaxea for Final limit on tickets TEN DAYS. Tickets are

when a satisfactory one was be held on
the last due thereon to
year and
H. READ, i it and accepted. the rave. altar her away.by the bridegroom They:were the eleventh (llth) day of November A. all good in Pullman Cars, on sale Sept. 23rd,

the bride's brother D., 1007, at the usual polling places, for Jacksonville). .'
REAL ESTATE. I Hon. L. U. Stephens of Palatka, test vard. man F. Jones of New York. the purpose of determining whether the, morning of 24th (from

chairman of the board of county charmingly ; Oily' Council, through the Ma3orot said
Fla. Jonas was / city and the President and Clerk of the furnished by Agents, or I,
Ji' Crescent City, 3 commissioners, and Commissioner white satin with a court train Further information
shall borrow the sum ol
City .
Solana of Snn Mtiteo, were guests at rlinmlnga of rose point lace. .
carried .. : money provided for In Section 1, of this -
i1 The Howe C lust Thursday night. VR8 veiled and .'.
propel.ty-"Ure Crosount! Inn hower of white roses ordinance. C. : I
bouquet Frank Boylston
i; cent Hill"-Is now on the With Commissioner \Mlddleton of lilies of the.valley. an Ivory Seo. 3. That said election shall be ,
II1Rr-1 the
.. ket. Pomona these gentlemen had been ook given her by her held on the day aforesaid during '
hours and In the manner prescribed by
Particular attention (: going over the routo of the proposedhard dins M htmL and Bead Mrs.the Charles little the laws. and ordinances. ot the said city,,, District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida. '

Crescent City property listed f road from East Palatka, via tel'lend.of Mr.Miss Beatrice I and the question of borrowing said sum I .- .

I, with me. S San Mateo and Dun us Creek to Crescent who attended Miss Jones as her of money shall be so submitted to the - -
electors aforesaid as to allow them to
& ee City.Mr. of prlncesae honor was gown becomingly of chiffon cast their vote and express their will Students Wanted. I "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIIU t
and Mrs. E H. Williams. and over pink and. carried pink for cr against the borrowing of said. sum is PARADISE REGAINED." 'te.

little-daughter, Cardelle, and Mrs.\ She wore a picture hat trimmed of money and the ballots used therein HomtHt nnd earnest on". to avnll themeUoi -

..A... Z.: Spencer: V. D. Williams, who arrived from >iuk roses and marabout shall be made In the manner ordinancesof and form of the superIor o.lvo"lulollor.d/ by .JiJ". "
by the laws and ; "
prescribed I
Samuel '
1i c'ii
"The ushers were ,
Dentist. I New York last week will put weather Beardnley, of this city, said city for such purposes, and the Rollins College, LIMITED ''rt-.li? 4 t :: PARLOR .
the big election shall :
of said
residence on the lake front tmln' 'freadwell Klssam,New canvass and return Wj4lttnOotFy.< { s.
----- Williams grove in condition for occupancy J Henry 'V. Baird. New York : be made. recording to the provisions of Winter Park, Fin. PULLMAN 1I/1.R\t""y/ ;.\ CAR .

ontc.at no. seas on rroapoct BUraat. and will to housekeeping Robert Jacob, City Island N. the laws .and ordinances of said city. OliiHHlcnl nulttntlllo mualc nrt, .xprac I"YI TRAINS. ;
Crescent City Florida go of the "After the ceremony there Sea 4. That the mayor of said city Ion, hll.'''...,Htniioxriiplilu, (!ourmkii.ioott SAND I ."
there this winter. It Is one at the bride's i shall make all\ necessary arrangements ( bourtl.nttrnotlvti I Hiirrnutultnaff, nnaimiHliim
reception for lullmitlculur. I
prettiest home locations hereabouts. Washington! avenue, and. a for the holding of said election, and sha'1 g. uiul with room llHlit*.""""rvatlo"axponnmi.., uililreHon. < ..

St. Johns River by Daylight. At present the family are at Grove breakfast was served. give at least thirty days' notice ot the Reaching the Famous: Resorts, ..

Mr. and \Mrs. Carll are to same. In the manner provided by tbel..w8aod W. R. O'NEAL,
If all. auld. ORMOND :
ordinances of city.
week's wedding trip in an ST. AUGUSTINE,
The Beach & Miller Line The New York Packer of last Sat two mobile, after which they will See 1 5. That this Ordinance\ the shall passage Orlando, Florldu. DAYTONA, ROCK LEDGE, f
take effect Immediately upon
urday says; "A few Jamaica orangPS In New York city. .'
Steamer CKUSCHXT.L.Rva.Ji coming forward. They startedlast "Mrs. Carll has been the and approval by the Mayor. PALM BEACH, MIAMI.A 1
are "hoo. 6. That nil ordinances and parts
-S.- week with several hundred barrels of a sliver number cut of glass beautiful. etc."gifts; I \of;Ordinances In conlllot with the pro.visions G. S. & F. Ry.

which were brought lu by the InK I of this Ordinance be and the Short Sea Trip from Miami .1

sad Saturday">ckaoDrlll.onTuMdayaTriundiiy.. at I:W .. m. for Orson Cove, United Fruit Co. This firm also had forget-Baby Is LEST restless WE, oan't. I same Passed.are hereby In repealed.council October 3rd, Schedule effective Apr. 7th, 1U07.\ by Steamer to :: '

Pnlntk, Crao.at sad principal Way barrels. this week. Next open .:; ;
City about 400 and night won't eat, cries A. a. 1007. Subject to change without noticeDepartures NASSAU, N. P., .
Lantllnira, week McCormloh, Hubbs & Co. bottle of White's Cream I \
BolllmID..le.v..C..eDlollT.n. Woiluw' other local Importers will begin to never alls. to cure. Every
I Council.
days,Frld.j-d and Honday.at.m. receive shipments. The first prices should give her baby White's Attest: President City Pro tern.J. from Palatka. HAVANA, CUBA. ;
times I j
JaokaoavUI" wbarl lootol Lau..Slreoe. 'erralfuge many
Tolophon.mPalatka realized. : on last week' sales ranged; baby la pale and fretful,tbe I N. BLA.CKWELL.Seal 5:50 p. m.-No 10, for Valdoeta, Macon, BOOKLET. ;

*. from $".2T to .!.&O. The fruit la being not know what. to do. A bottle [ ] Cloik. Atlanta and points north. Connection -. SEND FOR -SOUVENIR--. -
wnarl lOot ot Lemon.1''' I with looal
at auction by Brown & Sec- medicine yould bring color to his 4th A. 1) 11)07.) made at ..', '
sold Approved : October for !Macon. J.R.P4 RRO T r.Vlet-Prn'l and G. M'. ". "
------ to his eyes sleeper
comb." and laughter F. H. WILSON, Mayor.rilOCLAMATION. J. P.DCCKWITH TraitS Manattr, LI
F. T rial.. -Bold by Aokermau-Stewart m.-No 3 foc-Valdosta, Macon BAHNER, Att'tGtn'l foii'rAfint,
CLARK, Tronic, Mniiagcr B. ...... 5:35: a. J.D. 1Executor's
The marriage of Mr. Arthur Atlanta. and points north. Solid 5?. AuQuSTINC' PL. \

Jaoksonvllle Flit, Appleby and 11I.llInnla\ W; Hogg: Moonihin, train for Macon ; connection madeat -
of the Valdosta with Parlor' car for !,
the home and the
solemnized of. the sun .
waR The glory Notice In hortthy tllvou that nn election for connects at Lake. City for
Macon ;
bride In Kline, Barnwell Co.. 8. C., of the moon are.widely variant the: puipoHtj orttoturmlnlntf wiLier: or, not of Live Oak. and Tallahaasea.. Also Notice.
A. B.TORRGY tile city of Piili.tkit shah borrow n sum I
ate last -week,. Mr. and Mr. Ap- gree. "Try" Bald an a liiOiI,,,)', not....'..tHlliitf ten tliourinml' I iiUMNiU' ) connects at Valdosta. and Tlfton and thnt six. month ;
Notice I. hereby given '
Crescent City, mntfluo the sky studded all >O" the tmiiiN iuul I in tim" manner Cordelo for all points In south Georgia On the let day ofJitititry
Undertaker and Kmlmlmcr.) leby came direct to I think d"1I1"\I \ nn ortltimumi of mild' Oily! pueesi> n f ter diite lior:f>f to-wlt t : of the mast
where they will make their home, full moons. You might In. :,;:,,,; counoll OotoiHtr:itU UNIT will he hulil s-Ill i and le.lan"I..lJ.A. n. illS I.n.exmmtor I>), ITilnn>,ileowauitnl" ,
tlitv olNovm ----- JITTrains
Intolerable 11th
the I
be onMonUnv
would In unlit City .
Full lino of Cuskete and Collins Mr. Appleby being a clerk In the C.H. should glare be deluged with an : ., Inn-,:, IMif, niumtly, for thu plilp000: of tic. arrive In Falatka front points will I tile executor inliiil In uooount thu mid vimoher.. CountyJutl n.KUdi J
the of Pulntkiitttitill : :
wh..thor or not City .cFlght
Telephone Preston Co. store. The weddingwas lug light Yet It Is perfectly rniliilim lH>rrowa HUID olmo"..,. nut exumttltnti '- nortn at 10 ::40 a. m. and 10:05: p. m. e of,Putna.iiuoonty l from the further,adiiiluUtrutlon uili( ItI x. '
to Iw dln"iliiirKe<
of a surprise toMr. under tell thonuiiml' tloUiim (l'10.0.0.> n( u rIte .
CUE80ENT CITY *- FLORIDA In the naturo we could very .well live of ii.tmyrtt not to exuuml ft mr: cunt per tuinuiii --- of the entlitn ol Mild J. U. tlnlllll.ANTONIO .
Appleby's friends here, but all whose every part was just as for a torni not .cxctfiHtiiipi' 10 3ni.'., to CHINA, Kiocntof.July din
& Florida R'y Ut, lu)7.
----- --- offering him Itself. This la easily bu iiMiHi lit. the I'otnplHtlon und eiiutpmmitof The Georgia Southern
have recovered! and are : the moon tile ayHtuin of now !bnluu the most, convenient route from

Crescent City Transfer Co., heartiest! congratulation*. The bride for when we compare with the the to built authorise I \hv the and Hoard,Oi13OWor tt"J.or';:the;I Mayor, ,**,:'p.-and: offers PalatUa. and vlnlnlty to Macon, Atlanta Round Trip Rate from Jacksonville. to '

I. spoken of as a highly accomplished the full moon IdMiitandOleilcof the ully (''oun<'ll of sIIlily and all points north and northwest, .
Meets all trains at Crescent City Junction. wel he sun we find that the sun ( toaltfiiaiul ex notion' ; lit tile I nnmunn reservations Bolieclulea Jamestown Exposition via A.-
royally : : ,
lady, who will be full moons." a by thu: Authority. : r. dtty of Fulntka.pUHlufiitf I For sleeping car
Night trains by appointment. the hearts and! homes of jrlgbt os 600.000 tlm fuiulH, rrndlt and property ofilnMiity etc call on E. PENNY Agent, C. L. Railway.
coined to for thu ftiltlifnl. p..ynll",1 tluirenf.Tha J. H. UAUGIIl'ON: ,
A Sort of Habit. I ': the InMpeoiorn and dark Palatka. Depot, or $.ll1-CoRcl1 excursion to Norfolk, ,
- S. U. LABEEE. Manager folliiwlnit are .
our people. the in City Ticket Agent Falatka. sale each Tuesdays and Fridays
wore on the way to of vault\\ rtl And d..III..alo.11101l1 ng placoa i on
__ __A!. marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth They husband earn. C. B. ItHODES. C. P. A., Macon, Co. Limit 1*) days. No ..topoverM.
The when the prospective ttard I. Peter Qanlnor, olnrk N. O Paris ..,
"W- B. hotwe11Builds D. Lynch of this piece to Mr. O. ed: .R. T. Ko.lnm\ warahnuHu B. I. Gay InH.iootoni" I'olltntf 24.20-Flfteen day ticket. Good In.sleeper. I

Row'noats Pierre Havens of Jacoiivlll! was Molly, tbe lost time I was plnce Ward GaY'M J. A. O. "i'hiiliscierk, ; O. B. Mobil Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Htopover allowed with. 'I.

BOlemlxed at the Fifth A VI'. Baptist I lost the ring before I got to W; U 'home,*, 'o.nI: W.KK.ion.aid ;.InHractora.. I'oUUiu Notice Is hereby lIven that 8. M. In limit ,

Repairs boats, buggies and. makes. all N..w York City, on Friday, son's. But I'm lure of it this I II .|"luo\\ S Central 3. O.I Kowtoii tat clerk; Lon Jncobnon, toburn, purchaser of tax certificate No. $29. U-Sixty day ticket. Oood In.Ieeper. '
kinds of wood work repairs. at hU shop church, Akd the pastor "Where la It, John" she .. I _Tnmvt, Ray, Pnd.ly McOrmw inHpaoiorn. Poll- la3. dated the 3d day of July, A. D., Stopover: allowed with
In rear of his MEAT MARKET. Sept. 27th, Jlev. Dr. mouth" I I hut pies OlttOonntiU Ohnmbornrd 1)05) has filed said certificate In my In limit. -,I
of "I've got It In my \' I'. J.Bwiku,dark; John A.Ormlnnor. ,
the members' \ 4. made for tax
AH I II and has application
Oresqunt City Jla.. emulating. of It now." I : Iiimoa Fry, Joacnh Price .pool or*. PollIn office, Ii.SG--Season tickets. Oood In sleep
Satisfactory! work guaranteed at mod- family were present except : "I'm stirs I ., ror: Mnln. and Third\ But.:: deed to l..Bue In accordance. with law er. Stopover allowed within
Bit prices. the bride's arrived here : But when they stood \\\'d. n. M. Mnlrtom, clerk; Tony BhamlnDoiiBl ',. laid>' certificate embraces the following limit of Dee 15. .
Cnpt. Ivory, who preacher the latter asked: I Ooorife 's J.W. Htcnt" In'I'oolO.. Poll-\ described situated In Putnam
the ceremony.Mrs. Inn place.CourtWard Ha,,... property Summer tourist rates from JackRonvllle -
1011I1\0\ ten tlilya before ""1Iere Is the ring I ,, e. J. D. JetTonln.. Clark i Robert ratrnH. county', Florida to-wlt : Limit October
HANDY MOTH PAPER Havens U well known to the Tbe groom gulped choked I John Beale Hid Fallows, Alex Hall HnlU Innpooton. Polling Lots 2, 3 and 24, Block UO-;-Interachen. 81st. on sale dally. -I
she : place
A moth tlmtroynrnnil llnlnrc'ctiint.. plnnwl people of Crescent City, where occupld\ and finally ,exclaimed If I ain't la.....despair I Ing.w"rd Toni 7.; Jones 1. U. Hnuan.T. J.: Thompson nook: Arthur, InHpeatorn.pollInK Hrown';. The.said land being assessed at the Denver, Col., 5T.OO: ; GaInesville\ ,, t tIa.

llItlq.'I; ,:"iiriwu.' or In tie folils I: ol lure unilrunning owns n pleasant cottage, "Heavens I ,plure" Htlati Smith'..""", Lemon Ht. date of the Issuance of such cert I floats ( .. $1T-20; Chicago, III., 46.0D; 1).- ,.,

.\\.t.lulrlvoa. In n awnv Jinokvfe moth, ciirrlitua nml Itri'pultl viorry., during the winter season by her learn OAE9AB. I ,Polln opec .t 8 olook A. U. and close! at I In the name. of A. L. Boss. Unless troll, Mich. 'I145; Niagara, Full.,

TIwnlv"* ; ,, .BCKJ, IfilruuvlHt dueS not have 1M Capt. and Mrs. Ivory \Mr. was a man of nerve. but I 5nect..na the quontton of ftiitharlxlng the City\ to : said certificate shall be redeemed according N. V.: $'ihf.Pri> ; Put-In-Hnv, 0., $4381 -

,ll,"i, !'?.,(., Work.. Srlmllon! MIS parents l I" the -ll-known photographic ts mark and be became aged I :borrow :money UN ftforeMnlil, only I t'aiaiks tie tKHllyqunllKiNl who to law tizdned will Issue there Washington, I>. C., '117.00; Lookout
Havens caused voter of the tot? of of October A. D, I OCT.Wltnius Mountain, Ten, $24 16.
Clnrk..,IIl.. low*. of Jacksonville. It Is time. Sickness Is often I own rial ..'nl.ln mid lily .and h.va .r.rll the on on the 31st day and Pull.
> ; artist will ned liver. Hetblne will\ taxes for Ii,.y tilt Ittut due th.ron, ." aS my ofJlcUl signature and seal For further Information
FOR HALF.-Two tine Jersey, undemtond that Mrs. Havens liver and dive yon health Mr tho time of Hald election rIde In Miild$ Oily, this the 12th day of September A. D. ltK)7Soal man reservations call on or write

Cows, nw ACIIoh. Apply Mr,. L continue to pend much of the winter Austin Hollon. Kansas, hall\ be authorized to,vote on such quentlon. [ ) Joempu PBIO, Frank C. Bnyleton District Pasnen'

Eaton, Crescent City. tr.Cha at her home hro, and consider Uerblna the best IP H. WILSoN, City Clerk olmult court,PufnaraoountT, I'la.. irer Agent Atlantto CoastJackioavllle LLnw..

easons with her mother ever heard of I am never Pftlatka Florida. Got. etb r"'d.laid" By B, Raymond Price, deo olerk. Fla.
that sn. will arrive rman-8tewart Drug
berlID. Collo. Chuleni' andDlarrhaa lold by Aok
.nw ly.It early next month.
wmrlalla IIQ It aQ.... may IS'S M*

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J. E EJinonson the liveryman Is Pound Ordinance to be Enforced Dullard's. Books.
The Palatka News a'"dry' man In politics and it h.ls Tax Assessor O F. Bullard was I .
ever full It Is only of "dry" ]Joke.. commissioners
before the board of county :
--'__ .---.--_ -.- But he wasn't joking Tuesday evening The following loiter to the Chiefof yesterday afternoon with his Z ::

when he stated that during that Police with the comments of tax books for the year now opening.; 1
AtEarnest's day he bad sold five horses, one buggy Chief Hitgnn are self explanatory These the board will examine.Mr. .
$ City happenings and $ two sets of harness, and two saddles and the man with. cow or William .Dullard makes books that look
I a business he regards as very lost may profit. by reading the.divine: like copper plate. There .never I :dB original shape of t. "
s Personal mention.J. = good for one day. He says the towns talatka Oct. 3d. 1UUT. blot nor a blur In them. and the garment fits It only for the

.........""'.,,. .... going. dry hasn't Injured his bust.neen. Mr. P. M. Huron, Chief of Police ing; Is us plain as though printed "I T form It was made :over
talatka, Flo. bold face type. It Is doubtful crowd
M. Tlmunonsof Qrandln was lu Carroll C. Smith was In the city Sir: there, lean assessorlu the state and when you ; -
the city Wednesday. last week on a visit to his aunt The matter of animals running at can show cleaner or clearer set of yourself Into one not made over : t ; ; f
He his large within the dry limit was books. destroy the lines
Mrs. H. A. Bukr. was on way your
Chas. Llchty of Keuka "'UA visitor brought to the attention of the City 1'he.tlbookB show Increase In
Miami look after the of
to packing
; the shape.
In tbe city this week. Council at meeting held Wednesday and ruin
I: his household effects preparatory to a valuation of real personal and rail iTThis ;
moving to Louisville Ky., wherehe Oct. 2nd., and referred to police road property In the county of $11- ;, ,
t:: Rev. J. P. Beuant of Pomona was committee for attention dy.made clothing tw
mined l for !. why
and Mrs. Smith expect to reside OlIO, and that them will
a visitor in the city on Vedneeday.flay
The committee leave to cull
begs school districts about the original lines over
In future. Mr. Smith's parents Mr. special. tax never holds
It has ; Bros, are getting; their west and Mrs. D. A.Smith of Miami, have your attention to city ordinance" which entitled tl,800. which It ws.built. You are boundto la r
end garden in shape for fall planting. "animals at large
also returned to their old Kentuckyhome. somewhere and
covers the complaints fully there- Margins Close. crowd It out
Mr. and Mr. O. Jos. Braddock of are .
that In somewhere.All
fore the committee requests you It Is bound to eave
3 seemed as if Crescent City were in the city yes The first of the Lyceum Course and your officer strictly enforce tbe Both Clay and Orange counties had
terday. Tuesday
entertainments was given at the ordinance.Too local option election on be avoided If you
Mrs. Ellen Lannn r, who has been Armory on Monday night when much stress cannot be laid on last and both went dry by mightysinnll of this cm
quite 111 In Tampa. Is reprted much )Edward Elliott the Celebrated platform this matter at this time in view of mnrRlns. will order clothe made expresslyfor
there was no mprovcd. orator delivered one of hisecturen the removal of old fenoes and the I In Cliiy county the"ilry." won by you.Then you have sssursnce 't .
substitution of modern copings II votes. Ex-Its resehtntlye Hnk ror fitting ,
from "Stories from the permanently ,
Mrs. L. A. Smltb returned Saturday of pleasing" kit
on In time city
around the premises of our citizens that county who was
Mr. Elliott's Is to offer or
Stage plan mar
last from a month' stay InNow the lecture ... a moral and Intellecual thereby Improving/ and enhancing yesterday states that lh.. "wets" garments. ;without .
end of work York.Regular substitute for the theater. He the beauty of our city Those progressive have decided to contest the, electionIn blemish. i'q' i

services will be held In tells the story of some successful citizens. must be assured the I he court"*.
the Wyles school house Sunday afternoon play in a concise way and acts out protection of their premises, a ulust In Orange! county the "dr 8" won Order your clothes from us r
at 4 animals nt large and you should put by the much smaller majority of two '
for this p. m. he leading characters. His lecturesare mid for you from e
us forth every effort to have this nuisance vote But they won. have them
In that
they are really
unique appeals -
Chicago ;
Ben]. Roddy tbe shoe doctor has by our
to the Imagination and intelligence abated pel'manently.J. honest fsbrlcs ?
moved to the room uext west of his of his bearers. H. ;MKRYDAV, I P|tarns JtrsB' ':aEOEureBc: : : :""<...,'!&:or Merchant Tailors. Ed. V. Price fc-
a week. old stand on Lemon street. TOM: HOLKKN: = Co.. and then Jude for yourselfyou'll ::
t Miss Marie Block has returned Hon. S. J. Hllbnrn spoke to an Im D AV. ItAMSAITR I IB3 weir the "mide up
G N from' a pleasant visit with friends at mense audience In Green Cove Police Committee. = 1 :: Interlachen[ and :Mann ll1o. Springs last Monday night In the Inerest Concerning the above letter Chief d kind satin.
Box after ; of the anti-saloon campaign Haftan: says
John Dallow and L. J. McLeod In that county and information has "I desire to say through the News = IB3 yll.1t1l Call and see our new fall woolens
l were among the prominent We- leaked Into Palatka from that pretty to all citizens who own stock that .
akaus in the city this week. river town that his speech "did the the ordinance referred to above by H your Fall and Winter Goods M -500 styles to select trom.Herbert

box ofNew Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Bond returned trick" of turning the votes that will the council committee on police will I I would like to show you my Wi
dry Clay county. The vote was very be rigidly enforced from this time. .
last week from a trip to Sew!
York and Jamestown exposition. clone. Mr. Hilburn has been urgedto And in addition to einpoundluir, i'J nice new stock just received .y Crook:
address the citizens Jacksonville 'stock I will arrest all persons who including a benut.ifnlliue of iI :,
Fi Goods There h .an't been a single arrestor on the subject of prohibitionand I violate ordinance.. Many of our lit '
( drunkenness or disorderly con haw promised to do so as soon as citizens have already taken away M 23Ms J JP'@nnSi< p Ml -

duct In Palatka since the county his legal engagements will permit. their street fences and others will do SD1k> 'Ire1J11jlUS@p> ht.. Palatka, Fla.
went dry. so as the work of laying: the new
have arrived E Ey' ------
Mr. and Mrs. W. QalliRher of granolithic( sidewalks, and other @$s@4t p >JP'enneDnnf.Sp' "
Duluth Mian.,will make their home Cider as a Substitute.The works looking to the improvementof It
y'' For the season at Mrs. Metcalf's on man who has been accustomedto the city proceed, and the time is l M! amdl: l BrQSLsJlslteiHhis.: r (; ,

Third Street : slake his thirst with booze at theweek's now here when strict enforcementof The very ]latest goods. Also 20 per cent reduction on all
the ordinance animals at
Hon. and Mrs.: J. H. Harp and end for lo, these many years large is demanded." a nice line of !0
inDray had a hard time of It In Palatka last =
Mrs. L. Eaton of Crescent City were
of ;Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Adams Saturday night. The booze was not FLEKCEDOWN, SHOES.
c loads on guests Wednesday. on tap and he carried his thirst to In Memory of Mrs. Robie.At I'" FLANNELLETS] and LOW QUARTER
the: soda fountain or the place where
S. W. Allen, formerly proprietor of the Imbibers of bottled wind and a meeting of the Woman's For OUTING FLANNELS. .
the big naval stores plant at Longs water most do congregate.But eign Missionary society of Bt. JamesM. .
and we have .Station, but now of DeLand was lathe somehow these soft decoctions E. church; on October -ith. the Many pretty patterns to Select : Shoe Store.
city this week. so alluring to tbe eye when following resolutions were adopted Ii from. Come and see me. .. City
they give their part) colors In thecup Whereas, the Father in his love You are welcome at all times W
L. Brantley of Grandln and F. L did not hit the'Interior that was. and Infinite wisdom has takeu from .
had all whether or not.
it! you buy --- --
Interlachen -
Stoddard of
u. I we were among aching for a touch of the liquid that our number one of our most Interested -

perbusch's the county this men week.to register at Knp- water blteth don't like a bite.ten penny nail.. Soda ber workers and called and her a well-loveJ to her home memo In W t WJss$ ,JHteM N. EIlnJk r IIj See our Magnificent line of

could do to Gay Brothers down town store Is Many were going home dejected the "Many Mansions' therefore be .\''JIItatIm3I.II1.as;; !! E-Id
f4 to be painted and decorated and when somehow by somebody word It- Furniture Carpets
Resolved 1st. That in the deathof High-Grade
will a much improved was, passed that C. A. Le Hardy the
present appearance

a unpack the w in a few days grocer well-known and soft central drink dispenser Lemon street hadapple sutiered Mrs. Clara a great Roble loss our as she society was has always Hugs, Lamps and Crockery.

I W. B. Campbell of Crescent City, cider. Then there was a rush.Mr. Interested In the work cheerful Our Annual
a leader in the anti-bridge movement Le Hardy who Is something of and ready to do all that she lml Prides" RIGHT.
The are
attended the meeting of the a told the people his was the could to help the cause of missions. Fall Opening of
new goods. t county commissioners on Wednes on toker. tiger! In town. There wasa liii. That we bow In submission to r I Iwill '

I constant stream of buy ers, and before the will of the Divine One whom we M. /? RYAN. HOUSEFLIRNISHER-_
day.H.. Merwin and son, "Charles, returned closing time he had sold an en- know "doeth nil things well." FINE MLLINERY CAPT. .
from several tire barrel of the stuff at 5 cents the Bel. That we tender our sympathyto PALATKA FLORIDA.
The yesterday a ,
big store I her loved and that the
ones pray
s weeks' visit In New! York Washington small glass. occur on Thursday j
.. The trade In cider has up at Comforter may abide with them in _
and the Jamestown kept
D. C., ex.
and of -
week. The demand their great affliction mind when the Friday next T
Le all the -
Hardy's "
a position. for It the drink journey of life is over. they may all @ week I "'."'.'I'\: \. .'
is full of comes by II. ,. i gl'J"1">' .. :
Mrs. I. Martin with her little while others "rush the growler." be reunited where partings never :.. ; '
w daughter Brooklyn. .!S. Y., arrivedon Of course genuine apple elder has come and where all tears are wiped :;
E :Friday last and is with her It. quota of alcohol but when its away and the night of sorrow fades Oct.. 10 and I II I for
w them k mother, Mrs. Jennings on Oak fairly new an old boozer would haveto into an endless, blissful day. : J Work Everybody.
k street. acquire a greater tank capacity III 4th That a copy of these resolutions when we will have .
the be spread on the minutes of
order the of
: to recognize sting
Lemon street '
Dave Capers Davecouldn't adder And Its the sting he's a our society, and also copies be sent display an elegant line WANTED i
barber has moved to
wand Tampa.
w to her family and the city ,
next bankerlu' after.The papers. .
stand the prospect of living' MKH. II. 8., MooNEy, I of Pattern Hats and

I in a dry town. Four or five days of MKS. I. K. STBI/T, J 14 Millinery Novelties.The WANTED ;
It was enouitb. Paving Proposals.The Miss KCSIE, LEE WALTON.

week we will Cannon &. Steen (Tom. Caunou and board of bond trustees met at __d_____ ladies of Palatka WANTED
Allle M. Steen) will open a new meat
noon on Tuesday as per notice to Even Fishing is Prohibited. and Putnam County are
,n market lathe store west of the Arlington -
M used for millinery open 1 proposals for paving Water and of the r cordially invited to nt-
: l+ hotel formerly brick. Judge Municipalcourt
tell Lemon streets with vitrified
w you 4 purposes, in a few days. The advertisement calling for bids from punished off the docks some the boys other for fishIng day.- tend. THE KENNERLY HARDWARE CO., j
w Robt. L. Ragln of Bonavanture stated that the city' proportion of 11 /
t In the the! paving would be paid when the There was some comment. The DEALERS f' .
was city Saturday being en-
w Miss Kate Lucas.
made the of the
Judge penalty boys
= somethinginteresting route to his home near Pomona. Mr.1IIllu' work was finished and accepted as !fight, but he thinks that the law IiarthvareStoves. Plows, CultUutors, Water .d
mother Mrs. John measurements of the city engineer -
k Ragln per should bn enforced and do lu for J!
will so Coolers, Ice Cream Fre.zers.Int.*
was also In Palatka 1 Saturday.Miss ; and that one-third of the moneyto [
be derived from the bettermentassessments future. The ordinance U as follows: Planet Implements!!, Oliver-
: Violet :Merwln has accepted a Sec. 13. Any who shall
: (that of property owners)) person Etc. .,
Chilled Atkins Saw. ,
potltlon in Miss Buky's dry !goods would be paid in III) days, one-third flan In the waters of the St. Johns.
: store to succeed Miss Mabel Hol- one-third In Rivers within limits of Palulka,
and Palatka:
In six mouths : ;: .F orld.a.:1:: :
M comb who (goes to teach In the San twelve months. either with line, spin, cost or drag :
M about them. : Mateo public school. There was but one proposal, that net or catch any Hull in said limits BUY ""\Vlnp FOUR CENTS; SPOT CASH for all till .

M Dr. A. M. Steen returned home of the Georgia Engineering Com by any means, shall be punished by clean WELb-CUltKU) VANILLA they can !Bet, ,.::.J

Sunday night from a two weeks' pany. This company proposed to do fine not exceeding twellt '-flve do l.Tare l. tawarfa'I and will continue to buy and pay cash for It through : .;

Just watch trip to New York Philadelphia and the work at $1.72 per square yard for thirty or days imprisonment, at the discretion not exceeding of the, the entire season ""
Trenton, N. J. The doctor says he paVIng and at 65 cents per lineal foot ''I + i nrani '
Vanilla and the CASH.
gained seven pounds lu the two for the curbing. The company also mayor. Bring jour get ]
weeks agreed to complete the work In 150 EenceCh..e.rthen We want nothing but First Quality Vanilla. -
and wait i working days But It wanted beside Will Resume Meetings.
J. H.Wylle of Interlachen, whose wood. wllm la.ts Neew.. 1 1e
w hobby Is good roads, bridges and spot one-third cash of for the the property city's proportion bettermentIn Mrs. 8.J. Hllburn.president the .eMIl 1.1,51 Ge'e's ha, it.Lisa,, 1101.ly THE .

sY anything to build up the county, and balance In six mouths Womang Fortnightly club authorizes ARf 1RUx .
> .
eets I ,
the News! to that the club ray
for the was an interested spectator at the say ;
w w= meeting of the county commission cash with interests at to 0 be per paid cent-the as the will hold its first meeting of the sea tee CINCINNATL 0.Ow Kennerly Hardware Co. '
a t ers on Wednesday. work son in the club rooms next Friday ,Ito 0.a11,..,l i". M1N..tn..Is.w e.4 ,
: progressed.As afternoon' October 18tl, at 8 o'clock. W.. ba urh.iIt Nrp.h.r..
w next week Mtr Miss Ella LeFevre of Balthnere the proposal did not come within "This will be an open meeting," said c.u ..mN. I I Palatka. Florida. J.
arrived In the city this week. Miss the ordinance a special meetingof Mrs. Htlburn, "and the general pub J1 N.
LeFevre comes to Palatka to accepta the council will be called to consider lic Is cordially invited to meet withus. 7$ 'K: !i1fJ'1'f! ff. trt.f.:
; position with the Earnest. com the advisability of revising the '1'he program will consist of the 1 1tI:( 1.1)J.ill.! ) } t.tl'lltfu' Z ::8> ,A. h .
pangs dry goods store, and is an experienced paving ordinance to meet the pro following numbers: President's address
g: announceE E saleslady. i posal. vacation notes letters and ice; t rt Oft iW POr71BCatwa7ZM !
Ir is It simply mean. that property greetings from absent friends and asocial For scale by
The Ladies Memorial Society of
I: :tr St. Monica' church will hold an owners their assessments along the street for paving will have to pay all I tea." G. M. Davis 6: SonI'alatl.a .tf :w
ment The first meeting continuedMrs.
apron bazaar Oct. lad In Mrs. Shel
: In six months instead of
one year.
ley's building-Miss Kate Lucas' Hilbmn.! "Is always one of the Florida.u -
t: t old stand. Ice cream and cake will Dr Crill gives as the probablycause most Interesting and enjoyable of ... .. J::1< Y.l "' :N''''
> for there not being more proposals fJ\Oj. u' s"" )<
rof = also be invited.served. The public Is cordially the long time payments asked the will series be a and full 1 attendance sincerely trust of mem-there ,r."ne.: "'"' JV'-4.W..J 4! ;,.- '; '-lr'H ouse'

= and the stringency of the money bers." ,: '. .,., I =. ,.... 'ifC.'WJl '
t: G. M. Davis& Son are Agents for market. It .,-o. J.bd.J." : ''I'ji/f,/, iI -
,. k the Stewart Iron fence several of The Orange. Cure. 7 J In New Store. l CIf' "..- C I e t e' 4
which have been erected to enclose Death of Mrs. Coffee.Mrs. 7- pfnA'risK
residence lots In this city. It Is a The following Is taken from the 3 .. .. :.. it
I line fence and comes In different W. X. Coffee died at her Pacific Fruit Grower of the 6th Inst. A Fresh Stock of ;} = !
a I patterns which H. A. Davis will be home on River street last 'Sunday and Is given for what It Is worth. Groceries andProvision
The pleased to show all who are Interest morning after an Illness of some ten There is no doubt that If person nhd you can take a whole year to pay the bill. Only a small
ed. days. The funeral occurred from will eat the oranges and leave ? = payment required at the time of purchase and the balance in ,
the house on :Monday morning and "booze" entirely alone, he will small weekly monthly t.o suit convenience. +4 4My
Postmaster Ritchie of St. Augustine was conducted by her pastor, Rev. eventually cure himself of the drink 1 in a bright, clean, store payments your

died at Asbevllle N. C., on'rueedaymorningof J. F. Bell l of St., James M. E. church. habit. Citrus fruits are certainly should prove attractive.Our I = great success i. due largely to the fact that I guarantee
this week. He The Interment was in the Pen lei valuable In cases of rheumatism : prices will do the rest. ,
I had been postmaster at St Augustine cemetery. Mrs. CoITee In survivedby "Mrs.: Alfred II. Shannon of Florida Everything as Represented or Money Refunded.
I for 10 years and was one of the her husband and two little children announces the discovery that Hay, Grain Feed Stuffs. ,lid G
Earnest foremost republicans of the state. one an Infant of about two oranges will cure the drink habit. Ii 9 t \ flao JjCiiion St. |j jPulntka
Mr. Ritchie formerly resided at San weeks. She was the daughter of Her first patient was a man who bad KoCSl:0d: see us in the ;:) S J. H. Yelverton Jr. I IPALATKA.

Mateo In this county. Mr. Samuel, Moore an aged citizen for more than forty years been addicted ;;:J
Mr. and Mrs Meyers Albro left of the county who made his home to drink. Acting on her suggestion U Etcrau ;
M3.K.i. L' cmri.gc JIK jriBrMLiKarjacras:.i gacTB.T mns
last Saturday for Savannah, Ga., with her. he began each day by eatingan Alex. : '
Grainger __ ,, --
where Mr. Albro has secured a lucrative !Mrs. Coffee was a member of the orange as soon as he opened (his u -.
position and where they will :Methodist church and a faithful eyes In tbe morning. Before goingto U .-r-. --=:::::.----. =::::::+:::::=:::::=:
I I reside In future. These Christian. woman whose death Is a breakfast !he ate another. After Cor. Lemon and 8th Sta. ; ; -
people :
young =
J\Ltn.a.xc. =
=== :: :: Pharmacy
Company were general favorites In Palatka severe blow to her family and the breakfast he ate still another, and :
and will be greatly missed but their cause. of deep sorrow among a large following that up with more fruit ,.. ; FLORIDA. I t
many friends here wish them much circle of friends. every time he felt n craving for Chemicals Sundries
------ -
-- 1- ,
= prosperity In their new home. Ctrlnk. He carried this treatmentthrough
for one month and at the Patents. .1
Capt. J. D Lane knows a good The Millinery Opening. end of that time hud lost all desire PRESORIPTIONS
The Ne\v \ thing when he sees It. He Isthavlng Today Is the closing day of :Miss for drink, but instead an orange at CAREFULLY OOMPOUNDB.O.
the new granolithic sidewalk laid In had G. B. MOBLEY | ........... A..QU Hallorr steamship Hn '
front of his Front street Kate L. Lucas' fall millinery opening least three times a day become __ ._:;:z .. ._. .. .-se
property for his health and --- -- ---
necessary happiness. -- ---- -
\ and the store: Is crowded with
and '
Up-to-Date which includes his residence I' .
the Indies. of Pal..fkalnd all parts. of Fine Groceries. -
grounds and the tenement next Chi Vu'1gu71i11Ct Ja'.JD.JI'QI.JII"IM' ;;
V : the county. The function began It Is said to have been a woman i ;
north. The Third street walk Is now who years and years ago made the Merrvday Block I
with yesterday and early In the opposite
Dry Goods E complete on both sides of the street morning: ladies began to throng the discovery that any one eating an KupperbUHch's K slaurant. DeliciousBon If It's Quality Your' After,
f: from Reid street to the old G. S. & F.N big double store which bad been orange every day In the year would l f = RamMubor

J Store depot. decorated with palms, potted plants never be troubled,,wlth rheumatism" We handle only fresh Bons The Singer/ Sewing Machine
t Louis and Arnold Canova left for and evergreens, together with other I goods, both In. fancy groceries .. Not only foe quality,but foruptodntecoiuitniutlon -
the far west yesterday and will go a. appropriate and rich-hued decora- Water Mains and farm produce the BINOBB hOl'
I far as the extreme northwesternstate tions.All. Connecting up and solicit a share of and M "been In tb. ,keel for 7..tw..y.JU" !
limn the
jj flerryday of Washington, They are going the new shapes in ladles hats, The work of laying the house connections your patronage. Chocolates MAll 'rho a IIINGJr.t\little tailor po.........w. .root.es
to look Into the business prosects beautifully trimmed and to suit with tbe Lemon street water You will like -Appear. f willrb pmt :::io not.. .snow, out w''e
and If likeIt of taste are there and main of the municipal water ance of our store and will be psmN l you-Iwrals
Block [> of that country they every variety new = .. lo the' wwinii maculae bu l-
may remain. They are among all come lu for their share of enthu- system began this week and Is stock. and our low prices Home-Made Candies nun*and we know It from lop to bottom .
ttir Palatka's bright young men and tbe iastlo comment. The crowd, great proceeding as rapidly as the wet will appeal strongly ( .IxivnuM wa. inakoour. living at. ''steblshmenr .
Palatka Fin. fear' Is generally expressed here that on It was yesterday more than duplicated weather of the week and thu small i to you. Suppose ;you Something new added ill TheMllUKK may BABlJt.W!b. ...on at 110.!Lenl'' ;

I. : they will like the country and decideto today. force of workmen will permit. The come and sea as.Q. every day. an >tra..t. ....1.or..K.O..... ..I.... who will bplftiiMMl ..
stay In which event Palatka will Miss Lucas'. openings are really work is being done by the city and B. MOBLEY.Palatka. to show. sod Mll. you *?;
lose' < They will at least be attendedon swell social functions In Palatka under the supervision of City Kuglneer fr L. A. SMITH eonllnil>iDt to jour. pocketbuokOA.HauR

their Journey with the best wishesof and there Is nothing that quite approaches -' Craig. When this work Is com Fla. i I*W...........,SalMinaa A Collxlo'Oalnnvllla '
Palatka for.. full measure of them in drawing Interest pleted the street will be In shape for Lemon St.. Palatka. Florida.77 t tr
the success that will be their due. among the ladles of tbe county. I the; paving contractor
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