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: January 17, 1908
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
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notis - AKP2301
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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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What Did He MasntMike ++++*++*+++++++++) INTERLACHEN ITEMS. **+***++++ +*++*++++*>

Malouoy's wife vns on linullil. of the :;;
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: and the .doctor had been doing nil E i Boutt Eames arid wife of New Hay [The END THE ft ,
Divorce Club. en, left here Saturday for New York
sorts of JAYHAWKERS.
things her, changing the
city, after a delightful three weeks
: mgdlclne so often that poor Mike's Income ++++++++++++++++++ nti the Oubano, tho winter home of ++++++++tt+++t+++++++++* ,.k
PEOPLE ARE MONEY TIGHT : I would scarcely reach and' nmka [Orl.-Inal.l! ] Mrs. Eames' father (IOrlglnatj r.'
both cuds moot and at last the doctor
The organization of the Divorce club ,.
o, Qeitrude and During the civil war a celebrated
said that Ills wire munt go to a warmer looked children < ftaMoo--
was upon with amusement by o Fred Btoddard Kansas jayhawker named Bugboo-rodo

t : They've got it, but are holding on to it for fear .. Mike climate listened, to that advice for several and those those who who bad not tried matrimony an day Institute for Baldwin there. Ooorirla Mr. tiroddnrd, to enter accompanied at the head of a band off' outlaws

, ; months and finally when October were happily married, them. leaving a desolated track behind him. ',
of trouble ahead.That's came tlio doctor told Mike ono Saturday but was very popular with divorcees.Its ( The Among his other crImes was tho murder
pretty place across Lake Chip. '
object was ostensibly to enable the y
evening after all of hIs week's of the Hamblln family ou their
co, owned by M R.}{Ilf, la now occupied ,
I wage hud been spent that his wife members to compare notes so that If by Leroy Haotlngg and family farm near 1Ilary vllle. Mary HamblUi, I
Makes positively must be sent "to a warmer any of them should happen to marry of Clarmont, N. H. aged twenty, was. engaged to Elliot
What Trouble : climate without delay." Again they might benefit by each other's Latest Frost, a soldier In the Union army
.' Mike left tho room for a few minutes experience, The real object was Alice Oano.report as to received condition by of Mrs.hereon Front. was Uncharged/ at the end of the
and when be returned he was to find other mate Ray was favorable Ray has war and went home to Kansas to find + "
It has already made it for us. The SPECIALLY wiping his eyes with his left hand Alexander SmIthson became a memo been In Chattanooga J !! some time, have only the grave of the girl be had ex ,. s,vT 4,
I while with his right band he brought ber after the club bad Brown to bo ing secured a nice position/ there. pected to welcome him. Sand.! there d
:. an ax, which ho gave to the physician, very large. It la questionable If Mr. Friends will be sorry to learn that by the heaped earth now covered' with
; BIG STOCK of CLOTHING ,we bought for the layIng: Smithson Joined for the purpose of Ray baa had pneumonia waving grass be swore that be would f',tiq, r y
'.A "I hate to do( it, doc. You please finding a wife He had loved the woman Cftpt.! G. \V. Anderson has gone( to not rest till he had killed Bunbeu.. ?
trade is do It for me."-Kansas: City Independent from whom be bad been divorced Jacksonville on business Mrs. Anderson Bugbee, finding tbat Kansas was becoming -
: not moving as it should. :. and by whom be had bad children. accompanied him as far as too law abiding for further operations
The cause of their separation was In Palatka, where she will be the guestof crossed the line and weut Into ..IR'y +
Praotta! Help Fop D.afn.... compatibility He became a member her daughter, Mrs Alarlo h erkle- Colorado. He took with him seven or ''
Something Had to Be Done. I havo proved that this Is really prac rather from curiosity and because he mann eight of biB jayhawkers with a view a y'';
:. tical. had been urged to join by hIs sister, A. 8. Wlllard, tax collector of Pal) to operating on' the different stage
Get a common pasteboard mailing' Mrs. CblBholm a lovely woman. atka tins been with us. Enough lines In the region about Denver.
That is and for tube such as pictures or music Id mail Mrs. Ghlsbolm-her brother having said Frost went to Denver and heard at
I our one only reason making a ed in and bold it to the ear closely. been duly elected-told him that there lit. Rev E. O. Weed of Jackson-' 'Once that the Bugbee gang was the i
The result Is wonderful. A very deaf was a member of the club to whom villa bishop of the Episcopal church, terror of every road leading out of
1 person can hear distinctly everything she was doslrlous of presenting him a and Kev. VVm. Wyllle, rector at Pal- that town but It was Impossible to
Tremendous Cut on Clothes that is said by any one sitting on the woman who like himself bad made an atka have so Interested themselves locate them. At one time they would
other side of the room. At first thought unfortunate marriage and who might In the church here that It Is now un- operate on the route southward toPike' t}'
7 one l Is Inclined to ridicule so simple a make the rest of his life happy Smith- dergoing Is to repairs for and the Intention peak and tho next day would be '
right now--at this one season of the year when business is naturally method. I bought a good long one IOU expressed a willingness to meet open service soon. heard of on the road leading southeastward '

3 good. We boUght heavily in anticipation of a greatly Increased large enough; to fit over the ear for the lady but his sister whose matrimonial the In place of the usual sermon by Into Indian Territory. Then '

trade. Here it is less than week of Christmas and 10 cents One can get them at any experiences had developed certain I lecture pastor, Hev.S. J. Townsend, the within a week a robbery would be
a .. business stationer's./ I tried it on theories of her own told' him that on Martin Luther by F. A.I committed on tho south fork of the
; no Increase. We are afraid hence our determination to It would be better he should make certain Hollzhaiitten of Wittenberg Ger Platte and would
,N f .. .. grandmother( who Is very deaf. She many, (Luther's own birth place) Bugbee turn out to 1
could hear wall and what was more Investigations before putting. himself was very much enjoyed by an ap have led the robbers. No( vigilance/
Unload remarkable spuM also hoar with her under an Influence which would preciative congregation. committee could locate them. y
: Regardless of Profit :. very deaf ear with which she has not surely (If it existed) warp his judgment We have heard of the Frost who had been a cavalryman
heard a sound for seven years. Try It! She volunteered to furnish him "squires" In the north and marrying during the war secured a horse and t
: we fear
y; Look at these prices: That' all 1 have to sny.-Harper's with letters vouching for the good( Judge Wimberly will be getting a started for( the last place the Bugbee
'" Bazar, character amiability and such other when they have to acme gang hud left their visiting cards. The v'
Men's Clothing. :. --- ----- ------ .-- --- --- attributes of the lady In question as a r"rUlatiOn. from Holllster to be tied country 1 II an unbroken plain, and the
good wife should po sess. The vouch by our good citizen. Clmlton Wil young man could ride whore be w
/ : COMFORTING WORDS. ers were not to be signed, but Mrs. kinson and Bessie Motes being the pleased but so could the road
? MN f' Suitawhichsoldfrom $12.50to$10.00uow. .. . . . . 'y' :.. . $ 9.65 Chlsholm knew every one of the writers happy couple and it was more difficult to head agents them

'u 18..SO to? 22.CO now. . . . . \:\ ;. . 12.88 to be capable and reliable wit It looks as though turpentine would off than If they bad bad to( travel only
': 23.00 to 20.00 now . . ... .:ir .'. ... 16.90 'Many Household Will nesses. The lady they vouched for soon be one of our outputs the machinery by the roads.
"1"" .< .? a'I Find Them So. was to present a list of the faults of has arrived for the plant After a month' chase Frost trackedthe
.is .tr. ;20.00! to' 80.00 ow : . . ": ..,. : ;,1.. "t,.", . 19.25 To have the pains and aches of a' bad her divorced husband that led to her and houses went up some time ago gang to a point within the en-
'i' ",; buck removed to be free separation from him. Mrs. Cblsholm for the employee ,
; entirely from trance of the canyon directly west and d
I, Overcoats which sold from $10.00 to $ 1now. . . .'. :.
\ ; .'? $ 8.00 annoying dangerous urinary disordersIs proposed to furnish similar papers to Leroy Hastings; is In Gainesville about twenty miles from Denver.

; 18.50tolO.50now. . ... . !I.:1I': : . 9.65 enough to make any kidney aulTeror/ the lady In question concerning her for a few weeks. Mr. Hastings Is a Frost rode Into Golden City one evenIng -

''" 18.00 to 28.00 now. . ., . ;;.?,''i.j.,, ,,,', 13.25 can grateful.be brought To tell about how this will groat prove change comforting brother. great carpenter demand, and no when doubt his will be In l Is fifteen-miles west of Denver, and
.1 In due time Mr. Smithson received !! ability while eating his supper heard a miner
: ". 23.8Qto80.00now. . . . . .. : . 17-85 readers words to hundreds,of Florida the testimonials( and found them eminently more( widely known.A who had come down from Empire tell

\ ra"'Pau'ta A. Oertlng, seaman, of 419 L. St. Pen- satisfactory. Then cue evening of meeting a prospecting party of eight
"q" E which formerly sold from 2.00 to 8.00 now : .', . r:. '4' $ 1.65 sacola, Fla., tells how to do It. He his sister sent for him and handed Drssimaksr of Yarmouth.In men tu camp five miles up the canyon 1

: .. ..' -n.50to4.00110W. . . : . 2.85 :. says: "From my experience with I, him a list of the shortcomings of the the churchyard of Calster, close who had asked him when the Denver i I
.. Doan'a Kidney Fills I can strongly recommend I man who had been divorced from her to Yarmouth Is the grave of the coach would pass up, they wishing to
5.00 to 7.50 nowBoys' . . . . .
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them to anyone In ueod of a friend Smithson glanced them over "quiet, little, gentle voiced dressmaker take passage up to the mined. Frost,
good medicine for the kidneys Kidney and found them prefixed with a list of ," of whom at her death !in October putting this with Information he already
Clothing. complaint and backache caused me suffering the man's good qualities. He was 1843 the then bishop of Norwich had, was sure the prospectors
1' at Intervals for The
I(r : Snit which, formerly sold fromfa.OO to $1:.00 now. . . . .. .. . $ 2.15 or second attack I did not years.mind, but first as generous husband,and honorable father. an Per affectionate contra he Martin said if 1,I could."I would" Yarmouth canonize reveres Sarah were would the rob Bugbee the next gang coach and that that passed they

p 'I ". 4.50 to 0.00 now . . . . . 3.25 time times went laid me by they up. could grew worse hardly and walk at never appreciated the home trials her'to this day. A stained glass win up. Since the coach would not pass ;

:. I' O.fiO. to 8.50 now . . . . 5.00 :. and It was a dlftloult matter to straight- whlcb beset his wife. He did not con- dow has been placed to her memoryIn tho point where the miner had met
a 'on after stooping, while the kidney seiretlons trol his temper, never gave his wife a the parish church, where her prayer them till the next afternoon about 2
( were irregular and unnatural. word of praise and If wren she was book IH. still preserved, while her jour- o'clock there was time to lay a trap.
Reductions are on in all Departments--- Doan's Kidney Fills aired' me. From harassed with domestic cares she woe nal Is one of the treasures of the public There was nothing/ at Golden City
personal experience I know that this a bit cross and failed to meet him library In the tollhouse. Under- except a hostelry but a fresh horse

1// HATS SHOES FURNISHING GOODS. the remedy representation can be depended made upon for It.to" fulllll cheerfully oa bis return from businesshe neath this building was tho miserable was obtained, and Frost put spurs for '* ,
would snarl at her thus beginninga dungeon which served as the borough Denver. There were several ez-soldier kl
For BRO! by all cloalers.. Pilro! GO cents. quarrel. end It to the
prison was amelioration of the civil war In Denver one
V : Everything New and of latest style. ; sole Foster-MDburn agents for the Co.,United Buffalo States.New York Mr. Smithson read the statement of tho lot of the wretched prisoners of them Striker who had served with
Remember the name-Doan's-and pondered on It for some time, then that Sarah Martin devoted her life. Frost The two made up a party consisting -
take no other. said: Earning a bare subsistence of fifteen of young veterans and three
winnie I'm thinking that some of pence a day by tolling from early other picked men, six In all, and. taking -
You gefetlio best (groceries at west ; these faults are more or less common morning till far on Into, the night, she with them certain apparel they
pi'Ices when you trade with A. with all men and considering; {no good yet managed to give up one day in the Intended to use rode out In the early ,
: : FEARN SIDE CLOTHING Qralnger at the new store.!! qualities laid down the lady must have- week to her labor of love. She died In morning to( Golden CIty.
been hasty In throwing the man over." poverty but the result of her life's At noon the Denver coach came
NOTICE.Notice .;" 'Do you mean that a man may give work was tho reform of the prison along and the passenger alighted for(
way to them and make a woman bap- system of Yarmouth:London Chron dinner. When they were about to reenter -
Is l hereby given that the "
py' icle. the coach Frost asked them to
Annual Meeting; of the stockholders "Well I dare say I have given way remain awhile at the tavern, since he
of the Wftwon of
Cypress company to them myself-at tunes." Burned It Into Memory. had a party of friends with him who
I Pnlatka, Fla.. for the year. KKI8. will 7
I De held nt the olllce of the company. "My friend tells me that any man One of the most characteristically wished to take a short ride. The pas
i ii. In Palatka, Fin., on Wednesday February she takes for a second husband must eccentric things ever done by Qolett sengers, consisting of both men and
COMPANY 6th, 11)08) for the election of be free from these faults especially." Burgess (and one of the few true stories women demurred but the riding party I
I directors anti such other business as "Then I fear she will not want roe of him) was to( spend three or four were well armed, and they stepped l
may come before the meeting'J for I am not free from them though days In constructing of cardboard, aboard each with his baggag9' .algo. _
i. ,. \ II. WILSON, Secy.Ptilatkn. I dare say were I to try matrimony mica and green velvet a little modelof die done up !In brown paper. ,.
I;; r FI..., Jan. Dili. 1908. again I would profit by this experi an old New England house complete ( As soon as they were out of sight
ence. Now I come to think of It, a as to windows curtalus, lawn from the tavern a halt was made, the
l" PalatI Y I will be at the places named below .began through. some such cause as hammock with a tiny bat and summer coach to \robbed, and four of the
( for the purpose of assessing taxes those mentioned among this man's. novel and washing stretched out on a men opening their bundles, put on f
.,' Barker's Mill,. . . .January 14th faulta." clothesline on the back stoop. This women's attire. Then the coach was
Johnson t: . . 15th The> interview ended by air Smith- was for a dinner given to several lit driven on. Frost, dressed a* a wom-
': : Baldwin. . .. . .. 2Ctb son giving his sister a letter to the erary friends In New York and when an, sat next the door, a Derringer pistol -
O. F. BOLLARD, Tax Assessor. lady she had picked out for him confessing the coffee was served he deliberatelyset In each hand. Striker sat next the
that he regarded her husband's fire to( the whole farm. His explanation other door with two( revolver conceal
ny, !aaTO. .Taarxaaarnvg: :: : -!- ,III1'i'UIIII'' ',''III"UllliIIlIlli, !::n&im.' ,,, lIIg1IilIf:1{ :! :"w." m.mI faults as human that la some degree was that bad It been sparedhis ed under the folds of the dress he
j Real Estate For Sale.Fine I he possessed them himself and that In guests might have forgotten( the wore. All had their arms In someway ry r
i DeliciousBon case of a second marriage he would affair but they would always reinemb concealed. .
Peerless exercise the greatest self restraint possible the destruction of the house. No( They bad gone about four mile and 5l
two story dwelling house, in fine condition on' Kirby St. Bonsand to avoid'falling Into them. one who ever saw the little house go were ascending a rise when they hoard
lot 100xl50K artesian well and barn on premises. Half "I will band this letter to my up In smoke on Its little bill of damp the word "Haiti" followed by "Throwup
friend said Mrs. Chlsholm "and now moss will ever forget It. your hands! The coach came.to a
Process' cash, balance at 7 per cent. please give me for her a catalogue of dead stop, and two masked men open

Small farm or about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, ChocolatesAll Alice's faults that you require must The Msplsod! Comma. ed the door ordering the passenger
ArtificialStone known as "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash. Hom'e-Mada, be especially wanting In your second "Some lawsuits of the highest Im- to alight. Supposing Frost to be a
Q. Candles = wife. portance have hinged upon the right woman each robber took: hold of an
The Lippincott place on St. Johns River 5 miles from Pal at. "I have "
made such
Walls a catalogue placing of a comma said a judge. arm to help him. HI arms were
ka, one mile of river frontage. Something new added .jj. said Smlthson "and have revised It "When I first started to( practice law crossed over his chest under his cloak.

Copings and Steps Other properties both in the City and Country for sale on every day. i One by one I have stricken out her a Missouri. editor came to me In a peckof Suddenly there wa a double report,
faults as simply a natural Irritation trouble to defend him against a and the two robber fell dead.
t. for easy terms.. .. Apply to HENRY STR UNZ. i L. A. SMITH SLemon 1111 most of them have been erased threatened libel suit growing out of Scarcely bad Frost begun his exit
Cemetery ,, = and since I have considered this paper faulty punctuation. Ho had not meant from the coach when a woman emerged
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you have banded me I fancy I may as to give some Innocent young women from the other door, followed la rapid
Work and :'IIIEIIIim! .IlLdaIr.llgu11111IiL11lurllmrItvlgn' i: ,' : well strike out what remains." the slightest offense when be wrote a succession by two other women and
1 "If you feel that way why not makeIt story about 'two young men who went two men, all of whom opened fire on
.. Water'Tlght Vaults m"m"mmmm", ", ,,,,,, ,,, up with Alicer with, their girls to attend a lecture and six men who were standing unconcerned
';' A Gift of Lasting ValueIf "Ob, If* too late for that" And, after they left, the girls got. drunk.' In the road some with their hand
; ; : a specialty. p We have some -' with a sigh he Intimated that he Putting that miserable little comma In their pocket, others with folded
l I. wished that contingency dropped.The out of its right place did tho work as arms. Four of them were shot down
I: For prices or estimates you would have your Christmas remembrance splendid offers in negotiations, went on, a better It made the girl the ones who became before they could draw their weapons.,

"', '....... apply toG. treasured, choose them with an understanding developing between the Inebriated instead of their escorts. I and two others while they wore delivering
t eye to utility ns well as beauty. One of the E Palatka Real EstateS two club members as to what wouldbe managed by proper diplomacy and the their Ore, which on account of P
I T 7 expected of each. Mr. Smithson publication of a neat apology to stave their surprise was not effective. r
., or 0. PETRE, most practical ai d 1 one of lasting value, is aWatch Investments thought that all this should take place off the damage suits, and afterwardmy Of the two Frost had killed with his

If.I' that will net a after Instead of before but bis sister editorial friend became an experton Derringers one was Bugbee. The sight
1 Palatka Fla pE you Insisted on the contrary. Finally -whena punctuation."-Baltimore American. of him lying cold In death, ITrosf
r lV1 I L ElOper cent. solemn promise had been exacted of i knowledge that he had killed him.
tYt Lf f Z' JJJ'JIJTJ"r1"Jt.ft: : :::: the man that he would not trouble p_ Mis Oettlngon (archly)-I hear you seemed lu a measure to wash away a
01tr s=: Come in and see usE 3 second wife with her first husband' are thinking seriously of matrimony brooding that bad been, with hIm ever a
fault and she had made a similar Mr. MoCoy. since be had made his resolution while
StRAYED or write for our promise on' her part a meeting was arranged Mr. McCoy-Me? Say what do you standing beside Mary Hamblln'. grave.
> r E 9 to take place at Mr. Cblsholm'f take me for( ? He looked up and, seeing his women
lI.st. residence Miss. Oottlngon-Ob, Jack for better dressed men dancing around the fallen
3'lr'r When Bralthsoa entered the room or for worse of course I But this robbers for the first time In month
Sunday--Dark Jersey cow H. Tucker iH whore h. wa to meet a possible wife In so nutldeul Cleveland Leader. railed.

Il and heifer calf. Mark slit -a perfect time-keeper, constructed and adjusted g Finley there stood the woman from whom he The ambushera ra-entaradi the coach
had been divorced, each of bis two Notice.The and drove back to the tavern When
t''' one ear. round hole the other. with j Jihe utmost care-timed to run within a seconda i Insurance 3 children holding one of her bands
It was learned that they bad not only
II.' lie ward. day. E :=& Then the children advanced, and each, .annual of the meeting Palnlka. of A the Height stockholders ,, saved the passengers from being robbed
A HAMILTON Watch doe not nocassorOy m.. a- E| and Real E'state.Office 3 taking one of'his own bauds, led him Stroer Railway. Co.,wlll DP held! In': bit had exterminated the Bngbe
John High Pric*. s | a to their mother. the city of Palatka on Saturday, '' gnng, they were feted 'a* heroes and
Ryals : And here ends the dory February lot, 11)08.) There will ,also Invited to partake of the best In the
SMITH the Jeweler. == KVAN D. SPOONER. be another meeting. on Friday. Feb bones O. 'NORMAN EDDY
1.10.2t Fla. == Opposite Court House. Z3 l'aar7.7th, 1U08, I ab ''
Huntingdon, Flue lot of Laces at reduced price, WK. P. CRAM
Send your next grocery order 11 A, I
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I ," ty; convention border In Tampa last' The True Moohanlo. SHAKI .,IN. A BOTTLE. ___!_ dW. 1
'4 ,' ; Entered at the Palatka. postoffloe I week Hon. E. B. After o mae has worked lu shops -_--
as mallabla matter Gunby, the county What Stat Editors ar Saying for ton or fifteen there Advice ef
[ ot the second. I chairman and f years *.lfl] a great Authority. Also a,
I,,' I i olass. : one e the leading desire for
\ I a cbaago. Some want to go Simple Prescription.
white republicans of Florida, stated out ou a farm, others think Unit the CO.
Published at Palatka. Fla., on that "the convention was conoelved Invention of something that: can be Now is the Limo when the doctor A Merryday I II

"., Misi I .. Friday by In sin and born in iniquity." Then' Will be All Wind- patented will solve the problem, while !gets manufacturers: busy, and reap Lbd f the patent harvest/ medicine, Unless .

'vINtRl I RUSSELL.-m-..VICKERS.- he put on his" hat and walked out. : Tampa will have an immigration others want to own and rim a shop great care/ Is taken to dress. in .
Dealers I
: : I The convention. was two-thirds I convention during the state fair season -, themselves. Tbe latter Is really the warmly and keep the feet dry This "i
8.. w. *. RUSSELL. EditorAudit February 12. All right for Is the I
negro. true mechanic, but not nekwsurlly( the advice an old eminent authority -
; bu. -- Tampa, for It will Increase the man who will get out the most who says that Rheumatismand
I. I or even
d DEADLY crowd that will visit the city during' Orate "i"iS
Kidney trouble
PNEUMONIA. the best work while working for weather Is here, 1
11... ;; This is the I Democratic papers Florida have that period. As for the convention, and also tells what to do In case of J
suason of the It will be boss says Charles HcnrjMn the Work
year all wind fuss .
I really very little for and< feathers, an attack
i{ wh'eo pneumonia, the most deadly to ground objection as all such gatherings!! have been Pr.' Magazine. On the contrary, bo Oet from any' (rood pfoRcrinUcm all Kinds. '] t.11 '

-' t '. of aU scourges thl country, rages ,' appointment of Mr. Bryan heretofore and we are .glad of It. will often be considered the lazy man pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid: Extract S Of t.\\
to fill
out the unexpired term of the Hundreds of laborers by the foreman .
with special malignity mostly foreigners when the work I Is. of Dandelion. one ounce (Join- .
-itflorlda hag less : late Senator Mallory. It was up to are dully applying' for an over recurring character. Lot, bow- pound Karnoni, three ounces Compound .1, ,; ,

I. than the of this scourge Gov. Broward to make choice, andthat work at the phosphate mines In this ever soma difficulty urine In. connection Syrup Bursaparllln., Mix by Fruit and ,, :
other states owing to county, and yet we talk about en- .. .
Its bottle
his choice should fall with a Job or have some hard shaking in a and take -a. teas
,semi-tropic location. But on a ,,00urallnR"- more of them to Imml- poonful after meals and at bedtime '
; it hag
friend proposition meet and be will 11-
( already In the field as a candidate I grate.! As we have stated several always Just
PI: ; .some, and there have been several have it suggcatkui offer that wilt try this simple home made i--.
times before ..
jmlld for the regular term succession in these columns, Flori mixture at the first sign of Hheuma- Vegetable
i':s Jthls. oases in this county\' already was. quite the natural thing.! da Is growing fast enough. Only advertise help to solve the problem, while the them or If your back aches or you I
\ winter. her properly and her great ordinary luuu and the bUHtlnr will feel that the
kidneys not
,; ;'.\: 'JJin. a certain sense pneumonia Is Senator.Bryan Is a college bred man natural advantages! will do th,; rout. stand around helpless. and often dis JuHt right. .This. la said. are to bn a acting..[,Ien- '

;.' now, understood\ to bo and a flue lawyer'with an especially Bartow Courier-Informant. interested.. Ito will bave the elementary did kidney. regulator, and. almost :: Wraps. I II

Science epidemic. brilliant record as a public prosecu laws of mechanics ,and physics at certain remedy for all forum of ,

I. has discovered the microbe tor. Then he ,Is a native Floridian No Good Reason for Swapping his finger tips, will\ know enough, of Rheumatism, which' U caused by I

I j he pueumocooCu.," which I Is the of clear brain and clean life-really Having dropped. Mr. Farrls the opponents electricity to allow him to discourse uric acid In the blood, whiuli the II .I)
""V, louroe of tnfeotlon and kidneys full to (filter out. Allolle)/ Palatka Florida.
marked In
of Frank upon subject
Clark Intelligent manner
; ; representative of the best product of ire now tryIng can Mils
easily hOllle and
: prepare Ht
,' ,ii',,'. '. .....,. /""out with exactness the course.y.f the the.state. His youth Is really not to to get Dr. A. J. P. Julian, of end. he will bo well posted upon at small cost.DruKKlsts ,

... H' ,,1. i '/1'1'; .',: disease pathologically. Moreover, b discredit. In fact it ought to be Luke City,Dr.to enter the contest for the mechanical progress of the day In this town nnd vlulnl-
Julian is
M .N'whlLe 1 the congress. a good man, when' @m
'l ty, shown the
specific antidote has 1 prescription,
not !
," 'been found and while considered as one of his leading as but so is' Frank Clark, and there Woman la often mtorrad to by man n. ",....b. I stated that they can, either! supply _. .. _. 'n'_ _. __.n .
It i
; Is ImI does not I
UI.1I w. j ; yet sets. There's not a candidate In the appear any good reason for HtiB hlfl' Joy and halving hI.orrowe.,, q'l.at. these IiiKrudlents. or, If our renders.
fj "4 ;:: T /possible to tell why It Is more making a swap. Familiarity with muy. 'be oompllinmimry, I but. It would seem to bfl
aofi eld against him who : :; J will
wouldn't : prefer they compound: the mix Mill Outfits
.. .. '' :::J. .1: tlvely glad. nubile affairs and. wide AnniialiitAiinAith rather< I.arI flu the wonton, For in plain ,torn., i -Portable Saw
Z virulent In ,
...... ture .
'r'J :- 'y some seasons than 1 ly swap nis own chances ana : t It means tilat whore Ib'n.' .. nra ".w wnll with for them.
ES '. others, of I gray public men are essential quali t no, man hlMWtfa mukoaI.oin) i KO boltor.i :; lint i,
it the
''J ; Ini ; many contributing h airs for Bryan's youth and- fications of a congressman aud they 'hon I thliga I are 'CoinS III with' blin ,o ; ;
1 111 :. daJ ,: .' ,', airenoes have -become definitely I uture senatorial oannot be acquired In one or two r he wIfe I to miflro, half hla I bimlun.., A':1"m; : ;! If you haven't the time to exercise the beat on earth, Engines and Boilers and all kinds of Wood Working -

.. f uUH: ; '. bQ ,: known. prospects.Tampa t erms. It would be a mistake to mora mnaoiillne,truth, : tlmn'oltlHrmoNB.. poetry. I In Men thla' dual prenoututton: :nitnwdlata:,:): :: of eVularly, Doun's Begulets will present Machinery and Mill Supplies. We carry a large stock and can

; g j .> .; '''i.' The .most Important ihange' our congressmen every tim, fha meat that, tho ,Htrnln or motherhood Oboe constipation 'l'hoyInduc... a make immediate shipment. Write for illustrated .catalog. We can'
": condition is a Hon. Chas. H. Laney of Pensacola a t few rabid factionists call for a I:la a burden' biggo''than\ all the 'loads tluitront I, mild, easy, healthful action of the
Sf'' fti.'tr;; :weakened and susceptible state of I i s the latest candidate to announce bange. They are in politics for I hln itpoj, male. ahouldon,, They (tee the: wlrogrow, : bowels without griping. Ask your save you money.

j I" \ ; ;It, jT.; ,, '":;:., tbe patient the time of exposure. for congress in the Third district, what they can get out of It. The tt hoiiKht: pain tlmt, nnrvoiiB.oho Ifl overburdened.anil, worn without Among the a druggist for them 25e.JulmWttlto&Co. J Addnisa,! :all letters to.

: '" This, of r est of us have higher interest In 1.1"'lollO..* received( by Dr. IMeroaare theme '
7. cour elnay be said of all ,
.' and the Pensacola Journal says of t ram huHhandn who have waked up t Itefore It
? 11 J. .J"",,>:I Infections maladies. but It Is pecu.llarly him: air members of congress. We expect wa too late to the unmhlnff. .' bnrdaiift laid ,upon, 4e. Malsby Co.
\&., them to accomplish things! Mi at :the wlfo. and In' til000aren' for' help' have found,
... l'' u 4 oi .:: .true of pneumonia. Also, "Judge Laney la one of the most are for the lI'eneralll.'ood, and unless I In .l>r. 11ece.I Kavorlta: I'roncrlptlon, a rmtoratlv LOUISVILLC..... ; :nr.
which I
," : thr- I when the disease break. intertalnlng and we.give them a chance to in Mils given bank to Ibo mother, the .11- .-. 41 8. Forsytll SIft .,
U out amongpersons most forceful grow up hoalthof the nmldeu, and the nmldotra' happlIIOH. .- ?. P"" --4.5 .' :
lit ; t' 'j who are thus weakened by tump speakers in the district. In matters of national legislation we 1 : "Favorite; \ I'roHorlptlon"!\: ulvvaya: : huh ,,, :: .. "-
: .J atl ;, dissipation i'act, It Is doubtful there Is a mann cannot hope for them to be leader*.- cured and almoHt always ouron.It IIAH.. perfectly I FURS --. Atlanta, Georgia.
; : or by insufficient niitri Bradford nlnoty-elKht out of.every hundred' women -
we 4tI i the district who Is his equal as apolItical County Telegraph.! who have, UHed It when aflllotod with dliteaiiea. .
I ; : tlon and who are clothed -- -
poorly orator and he certainly has peculiar to women. :.4-: -

t ;: ..: r' : close quarters and bad ventilation no superiors. Just what he will do Vision Clouded by Broward Fog-' wl g tt nM ",, gQg
: : ; .I t to these other candidates when Sweetly Thoughtful.The .
ai1 be
\ increase Its
malignancy and
J .'C,\'I' j. encourage Miss Jefferson Bell, who, It must
jets into the fight remains to be Do Jones back lawu lawn
; "" ,",. ':c' Its spread as an epldemlOr be remembered by'thos" who read was a HANDY PAPERA Now is the time to set out-z.
..'," <'een but If he makes a thorough canvass her communications to the press on In I name only. It was really tu arid MOTH ,
], essentially of the district the campaign!! desert-bald, so to.. speak-and lndry
political> topics, Is and parcel of
; : 'rl: a slum disease it knows social I will not want for plenty of oratorical part motlidOBtroyaraml, tllnlnfwotnnt. PJnoedunder
k" ; no or he weather It ,
[ Broward
; administration, being way always as dusty ns a carpets" or In tile folds, of Sure< and Shade "rrees.
'f lyrotechnlos.
()".". I'': :: domestlo conditions. It attacksthose p p ensio clerk In tbe office of Comptroller motor track. To tbe astonishment of clothing:; ft drlvo awny niatlin.aml worry.

r ,;.; : who are well housed and well Judge- Laney'g announcement Is t Crooin in a recent"article, Mrs. De Smytbe, who lived next door Twelve iUoepaoketetO" BheclH I In,,a pnekot, carrlngo, not propHld I,
; htdrugietdoi.a Irii'veit
: J I., ,,:: : fed a. a supplement of the grip and unique. Here are some sample para ays In substance that Hon. Frank she one day saw her devoted husband .
M : Clark will be returned to nl"IIIJr"orl'owd. Work, Sulectlon. 813 and wild
Congresswith 'Catalapa Pecans Oranges
% :: of the many catarrbal affections rather an easy victory over his turning the garden hone upon the Doones' t'lurkiv.110. Iow.. ,

which prevail at this season. carefully looking over the Mr. Farrls but Intimateshat J "lawn."
I f field I have decided to run for con- ; "Well I never!I" she exclaimed. "I'm Trees 4 to 6 feet high.
\\ ., : These, in fact, are so often t he ought not to be, because Mr.'arrla .
20It Unlike
preourg ross. most candidates, I Is sincere and Mr. Clark Is sure I wouldn't trouble to lay the dust
.\ \ sore of the more) terrible "Inflamma- cannot say that I have been solicited Price $ delivered to point on
t not. \Ve are not sure'whether Miss i la tbe De Jones' back yard John, especially ::20 per 100 any!
...'\ ; :: tion of the l.ungll"-as the physicians by a large number of friends to make Bell does not know of Frank ,
'. I more ns they are such n hateful lot
-J : ; ,(.... of fifty ;years ago called this disease the race.friends The fact la that most of Clark than this article would Indicate of gossips. Small thanks you'll Ret for A. C. L. Railway.J. _
have advised
I .; ., wI '" that too great care cannot be taken out.my I am the- father of me to keep own or whether, knowing!! better :your trouble anyway"

> J'J ,. : !;. at."' in the prompt cure of the Initiatory boom, and it must toddle along my without her Broward vision fog is that clouded envelops by the the dense lady, Hubby turned& to bis better balfwltk '

'. 11' maladies. any sponsor until the people as she draws her salary as pension a smile which told of mixed pleasure H. \NYLIE
I' i, Jra Tbe meet It la the middle of the road and and vindictiveness .- ,
who clerk
man gets up too quick by the grace of an administration \
i : Ja1it: .from the find himself ake: It up."There that would be delighted to That's all right my dear. Their i .
grip may are' Interlachen Florida.
i prostrated several candidates already see Clark defeated by Farrla or darling little Fldo was washed snow Che.r..rth.n wood. WIll Ipet a lIfetIme ,
:'r" ) ': 1h2 again. by pneumonia. He In the field. Some of there. anybody. else.Whatever white this morning. Now he's out Siiill Sud.Welds fslf, Ii.teal,, 1504. tM : el

"'." who neglects a "cold" invites the candidates have no platform. They may be said of the popu.ar there roiling about like a barrel and eftOee o '
.;,, seem to be Just standing on the atmosphere -
the deadly malady congressman from this district,'
Other candidates have rubbing the mud well Into his fleecy _..
;; ;.;; pal' .. Pneumonia claims more than 100,- platforms but his moat bitter enemy would nevercharge coat. Trust your husband sweet, CINCINNATI. O.*
they are built too my
,' Yea .. him with being an insincere Ovir 100 tn\tn\ ol Ira* NBC*oboe. !Ii,n Ml*>
": :,. 000 victims, It I. said, in this country near the ground and when the tide man The writer of this article has I for real unadulterated thonglitful- ld.
.' ,,4 t :'; de, every year. Little can be done to rises somebody's feet will get wet. sometimes differed with Frank ClarkIn ness "-London Scraps. Call M Real Esta.te ..AgeI1o5r
; [. it but "If I go to congress I will try to i and at other :
) e he cure much can be done to prevent distribute. political matters,
my share of the public ALL THE

,!i':., ,A'j, ;i .anc.p. _. living It. The surest safeguard Is In flower documents seeds, and with my portion of the I times whether has we agreed were standing with him shoulder; but i Is a stage, and Ballard's WOULD Snow Llolment i.w_ :eey-c..oJ.d.: INt.; :E3--t.,
as healthfully as can an impartial hand.
you ,
toshoulder with him as we faced an ploys a most prominent part. It baa no
,vif:' keeping Cjlean} and dry, I would like to see Marchal Neil facing him for For sale
eating only enemy or as we engaged superior Rheumatism, stilt Joints by PALATKA, FLORIDA.
C'h roses blooming along the banks of
.... wholesome foods and checking the the Choctawhatchle river. and In sharp conflict, we have at all cute, sprains and all pains. Buy it, try: G. IKX. Davis JE Son
aromatic t
times admired the i It and will
I 2O' little Ills In time. man on account you always use It. Anybody I
,( ;; _ _ creepers climbing down the I of his absolute candor, and his absolute -! who has usod Uallard'a. Snow Liniment, Palatka. Florida .

,.;;" :. of I '.: .-- Putnam-county;; candidates for sunny"Of course sloops I of am the for Perdido rural bay. .., fidelity to the cause he espous- : i la living proof ofwhat It does. Realty of all kinds bought, sold, exchanged and rented.
/ Mi4 .' delivery. ed. Friend nor foe of Frank Clark, Buy a trial bottle. 25a, bOo and $100.' "
"t\,\ cur .. office will be required to go before Every member of congress for the i during his long and active political Sold bv: Aokerman-Btewart Drug Co. 000000000000000oOoOo0oOoOo0 I Headquarters of the Southern Brokerage Co. j

I.,, meet ,,:,' the people' on tbe stump this' spring. past forty years has been for that. career In Florida, has ever had to Office front of Putnam House
And It doesn't opposite ,
: 1 cost anything. The I
,... ,.__ .. Uull\ ( Candidates who suffer defeat will, hunt him up when an Issue was FOR.
government the :
: 4' pays As I
I ary .
A .
pending for settlement, or when a Worthy Antagonist."DM
however, always have the satlafaO' far I IIQ
as am concerned I would like I
; pn :- battle was In prospect.. In county or you visit any of the old caves I Fresh GroceriesAND
\ tlon of knowing that had to see uniformed letter carriers. distributing
they the
,.' I : state convention : In caucus or conference when you were up In Scotland?" Jerkins '-- -. ---- .
: In -- --
; lYnnth" : first inning. patent-office reports auto ; in state legislative hall, or!
-." Ir .obU..s. throughout the entire dis was asked by a friend. Produce : Id. r.oP.a DAII.RT, J. WALTeR HILLIAHD
.::; nishe I .... SenatorPark r.i-- trict." In the Congress of the United States "Yea," replied Jorklns reminiscently, Country (-jI frenidunt. Bee)'. and T......
.. JI" Trammell hni announced anywhere and everywhere-Clark
"I! ,, < ." -_ -- "and, by gum we ball to forcibly pull I
:land cf ? dedultely that he will be a hIM never.been put In the 'doubtful'column suppose yon tryDIBOHANNON Let us know your The G.
Maria of cave.0 .
'' out Co
I(, tbls-;;' candidate for tbe office of Will Care For Fair ; nor can a single Instance In I one tJ gti Loper Bailey
Attorney "Good gracious! She was fascinated I
his be & SON'S
: : made career pointed out where he I u
't jsft(\: v ; General to succeed Hon. W. H. ElUs Visitors. mounted before by Us beauty, I "
4 \ &;I-r{.>i j'bookso.' ever a 'band-wagon, or suppose. Fire"' Insurance:
?' 9 '?*' .': < with ,a| -' and the opinion current hereabouts Reallz I nil' trom the reports of rail taking!! tile stand on a public 1 "No It wasn't beauty.; You see, there I New Midway Grocery a Grocery g )
;' ". f "- question. he ever 'put his ear to theground'to I Is wouderful echo In the and
J Sfr V ,;. that is that be will so succeed. Sena- road officials that the -attendance a cave
(The Old Rlnghatn Stand) u Leading American and
.:: ,, from other states discover which way the Maria couldn't bear to think of theeelio u Foreign
would be
tor Trammell
'. : ,:.The a lawyer of ran kin { unprecedented
& $ and that tlio visitors must t crowd was heading.' No, Miss Jeflle; baring the last word." Wonro maktna, right price* on Wants
::'", ; 1'.. ;1. begin"at ability, ia popular In all parts of the I be properly oared for who attend the ityoa don't know the man You're -Liverpool nil Httiple, :niiti: Fnaoy (Urooerlea.nml : : I | jj jju Companies
I : Mercury. ,, l ,,'..h. We willnppretilitte
; B\er.vtliinn
; at ths? :;t:, state, and particularly so at home. Florida State Fair which occurs at too young in years and political lIfe _ _ ...11111'001' your patron- uu r.

: night &, -__ Tampa, February 6th to 22nd, the Homebody' has been fooling youYou're alit and we will be pleased to H Accident Insurance:
; HI. Eminence,
pany "'f' too fair to have done this on
; ;' : .f The Palatka News says that Jamei I bureau of Information organized
4 'i.'fir' .., .. lIew several weeks has your own volition. 'I'akeouradvice:I A French cardinal, being small of D. Bohannon tj.furnish you with the best
,.. :E. Alexander handsome ago, already The
; of Hartford
J -11: .5 ropi lie from Missouri; and the next: stature and hunchbacked at that, always
f headquarters, and the goods obtainable "
"" opened were at sarpris-
al1'r' "Jeems. of the VVinnlmlssette & Son.
# country time
"bread-and-butter" t
'" gave the keenest repartee when
"' fair to open to.day Instead of three ,
2II, ,
-, : many.. ,':' wants. to go to the next national I I weeks hence could house and feed r-on of the present administration addressed! with "blghne and "emi ingly low prices |3 jj Life Insurance:

---:41.a: .:,, .; democratic convention as a delegat. not leas than 10,000 people dally In talks to you about Frank Clark you nence." "?dy highness i Is five feet two OoOoOoOo<>OOoOoOoOoOoOcA.l..OoO None but First-class goods j-

_:<---- the homes of private citizens alone, say, 'show !1el'-Lake City Index and the eminence I .
6OceV from the great State of Florida, and I Inches carry on find shelf room here. We The Old Reliable "Uermania
and the hotels ,
big boarding houselland bock."
tbe Palatka rises to place the my
S JiI '- paper I restaurants of the city-can ao-. Prohibition in want to convince of this Life"
\ 'of trman>< gentleman nomination.. A good I oomodate an even greater number. Albany Georgia Seemed For -v you {tj of New York

I ) /' suggestion, and we hope Jim. Aleck,, Fully three-fourths ot the citizens, The reports that come to us of the Mrs. Somcr-Incomprehensible.What delicately! constructed New and Up-to-Date g so come and see for yourself, t:!
"urb r of Tampa have agreed to throw workings of the prohibition law la or order in.
I will make it. "Jeems" will bav p opentheir things these big steamships j phone your tog ::! Marine Insurance:
byaj homes to visitors, and there. Georgia! are Interesting. Prohibitionwent Furniture and I
two advantages In his race-first bIs I arcl Mr. Soiner do No. 84 and it will receive
day will be absolutely cause for complaint Into affect in that state on the Why yon say, 'j tj

of ma( .\., unlversallypopular, and then hi I on account of accomodatlons, morning of Jan. 1, 1U08) ,and while that Mrs. Somer-Just think of tbe House Furnishing Goods u prompt, and careful atten3 [t.'J The Leadimg Companies
\ and li l" :<;-. name will be at the head of tbe I charges made therefor. Tampans the law is yet young! the change I Is breaking of a screw disabling tin

) t was bi'' .: .' ticket.-Pensacola Evening News are unanimous in the Intention of nevertheless. very apparent. The Al whole ship.-Philadelphia North Amer at very, low prices tion. J

Cyrus7 ;'\.... ,'1t,: _. __. _. making an unprecedented record In buoy On., Herald of Jan. 4, Sityst ican. Go to jj Free delivery. f All Claims Promptly
now I I ; this highly Important matter. The guardhouse door still hangs
The has received
_. News the announceraent Settled.
I boy itthe .. #i: t).. of E. W Irvine of Lak I From beginning will be grand to close conventions of IFairthere Idllopen.Tbe prohibition zephyrs frisking Poor Joneel BL.C. !, ,
on Can R. S.
: :' ," City who will be a candidate foi and special features dally, wtlch) gaily up or down Court avenue blow Missionary- you give mean: Mooney Stephens Offloe. IISl'rontSt. P LAft .FLA
Information about Deacon who ,
.L\ Dr "iJi\ Jones
... railroad commissioner In the .ta'te Ingtot :.r 1.;);" Americans and statesmen of portal.Not. labored among your peoplo three years l>ulutk ; Florida. Grocer
peelitimake :. democratic primary, Mr. Irvine I I.I foreign lands. Among those who a case has been made-lu the ago? Cannibal-Well, the last I beard I,

I &:. an old traveling man and he. sell I will visit the fair and deliver addresses mayor's court since the beginning ol f about him he had gone Into consump- jj Kirby and Morris |4 (LI
I tel. H hoes. He would like to quit the I are Governor John B. Johnston I- the new regime. tlon.r-Judget Undertaking and Embalming : New Stock

bcr of'only road and move his family to Tallahassee the great Democrat of Minnesota "The prohibition law. is the bestthing .
Cl 'I| ; Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia in the world for poor folks," -, -' g Florida. 3PI Garden Seeds
,! b too and for our part we hope he I ; Postmaster General Meyer and said Dt-puty Marshal Kemp this U 1'1I

Will b : may witness a realization:. of hi p other officials Washington, the morning. "They used to come to HON. S.B. HERMAN
a Jan. to'. dream. He is a good fellow now and I German, Spanish, Italian and Cuban town from the country whenever ; CCC CC CCCCQCm CDm I for
lloenseiyears Col. they could get fifty cents or a dollar, .
I If he gets on the commission lie wit I Ambassadors, Henry Wattersonthe I, :
? :( .. noted editor of the Loulsvlll< and spend It for booze. Now they I
eases still be a good fellow. His platform I Courier-Journal and many others I- can't get the booze. they. wait. on til Oar prices are as lowas

I fitting; Is a broad one and there Is plenty of r In every feature the Fair will be a I they !get several dollars and then.

'ollolt room on it for both the people and i grander success than ever before.A come to town to buy clothing and IS WELL AGAINNoted G. B. MOBLEY, IlL seeds o'equal high ,
Palatswa other m
necessary things for themselves I
the_ railroads, He' wants 'em both I (juality can be sold.
and families.
1. Sicilian. Child's AmuUU. In the mean Fine I I
to have all that's coming to them I In Sicily old time superstitions are time the police have iittT work to Wl Groceries r it We handle

and no more, and It he gets this ofHo do, as compared with the time when Merryday Block absolutely
Mr. ) still general. The constant dread of opposite I -
he will do his best to administer 1 It I so much drinking wall done. Kupperbuseb's Restaurant. nothing that has not
the is tbe evil and all
Intend'' peasantry eye, This Is, of course, a record of only I _
,'II In Floifalinsef! impartially. wear charms to ward It off. When a four days, but It demonstrates. something Oregon Statesman Restored to Health We handle only fresh I been carefully grown
i.-' ( I I child Is born four amulets of what
are hung conditions will be
:f way ai' A Tallaia.see; new item in the I about Its neck-a little horn of coral, a where In a town without saloons.Pensaoola any-.- on Recent Eastern Trip."I I Wi) goods,and both farm In fancy produce groceries from the choiceat I
, ... On Times-Union stated thai I .
on Tuesday Journal.A .
cockleshell, a key and a tiny sack c if .0,4 nIllC .h.- @ Northern
t will hi ''''0.,,,. Broward has to Llncol I Stock Seed
gone salt-the born to-keep away: the evil your patronage.You !
n..ssKOlnir r.or -',.' to tlend the Bryan dinner and I eye, tbe shell for safe keeping tbe key: Men. of Mark. ,- lIon Shiller B. Herman' distinguished was feeling WretchedlY that mornIng will like the appearance i for seed purposes, and

\ but h."i ,.' from there he will go Omaha t to enter paradise and the salt for wJ Ito "rrl ol1er." said. tho Judge taking a statesman and legislator ot and I made up my mind to try of our store and I suited

mid tl make speech." It I I. dom.-Pclxotto's "By Italian, Bess." part In the vxuniluntluu 11 himself "the Portland, Oregon, who was recently the medicine. I had seen leading physicians stock, and our low prices ) Wc to the most critical '
a temperance I
Imprint left by the thief 'on the stolen an eastern trip is among those strong" without number both East and will appeal strongly ft( i
TAT*"] Market
and Oar-
I Mr. Ifufurt .. to be hoped the governor, on the: Jewel case corresponds '.exactly with ly In favor of L. T. Cooper in the discussIon West They had been unabU to help) to you. Huppose::! ;you IL I

-. latter occasion will spring something A Spanish proverb declares that "a the marking of your thumb Now asa over Cooper and his medicines,' me In the least, and I no more be I come and see us. den Trade.

t 1 different than in his reoen I papelltos ((5 paper clear), a glass ot matter of fact, Isn't it yours) Didn't which has raged for the past year in, lieved this Cooper medicine could help) \ O. B.
FBO1 e- clear water and a kiss from a prett cities visited by the :young; man on his' me than It could bring a doad man MOBLEY-
; ; } temperance speech at Pensacola, girl wUI sustain I man for a wbols you make that iuipl'int""Why. educative campaigns, as he calls them. back to life. I really don't know wby Palatka, Fla
I .,. where he brought the skeleton froir your honor stammered the Cooper
Jr. : clay" : was explaining new theories I bought It. It was like a drowning I Ackerman-Stewart
HIt.R y prisoner "I-I think-that Is, I believe and medicines r
out his dead father's closet and exposed to Doston people man clutching at a straw. ,

; men whata1'J nl .of) j them to view ot the crowd, $100 Reward *1 OO.Th -well- r-that's my Impression.- during; the Oregonian's visit to that "To make a long story short It boa I
''of : that'l.,4.:! Chicago Tribune city, and in a recent interview Mr. been astonishingly successful In my I Drug.
1M; ': He might vary; that speech.by tellln fj raulera ol 'Ibis paper will I 'be plruad I tot Herman said: "My trip east accomplished case. Today I am enjoying; a sound I @;
If with bu Nebraskans how member .learn th. titers' !I. M :IMWI on*drvadMl dlne..o
the as a r for
more me than I believed stomach and health t, the
j ever "perfoct r
,) cities of tttI.cteueu. baa bO .!IIe! to cure In ftll lt. TUB Joy European Restaurant )
M ) of the Florida legislature 1001 bIn ., age, and that la Catarrh. Hall's t'atarrtiiiral possible. It has actually been first time In twenty years. I can eat ,
their I of
; .'.::10 connection with YVIllUm bum- <) .Ia lh. only I poMUv0, cure. now known I toraMrolty. living i Is to have good health. Use the means of restoring my health heartily without the slightest Inconva I I I latkaikcda.j
nounoeiMr. the medto.l ( OaMrra. "belnir a onIttullonal > Herblne and you will\ have bushels of
dl... .., .. oniutllutlimaltrwUraBnt ... While In Boston I heard a great deal nlenca aftorward. I have a due appetite Furnished ,
Ilatka .J ;; .. sob Sherman Jennings, the the 1 a r '1nl. a Joy You need not be blue, fretful and Kooorns,
: .. Hnll'v C."'.,," Cure. la taknn I In- have about this man Cooper and his medicines and sleep well. I am no longer I -
*' .. ; 'governor\ % and other patriots sough t .ritallr. ,.aatnjr dlr_lly upon 'Ibe bloml andmuoouaiurfaaua thatbad taste In your mouth. Try and one morning I talked with I moody and depressed, and my nervousness -

to-the'old tho'' ;; to establish a liquor dispensary fo S i tha foundation., AC SIre<>f nvntara.tae': dlapaae.:: thtinbr Cud rtootrojrlns' go,-- all a bottle liver of Herblnx, a positive& cure for a Boston banker who told me that be boa entirely disappeared. I Hot and Cold Baths Oranges and

? I nnd; thE: ,f: the- stats of Florida, and how thes InC. ho patlnnb. BlrAigtb, by bullillnff. up lb. Texas. complaint writes Harrell. Austin. tad been relieved by Cooper's medicine I "Any man who has cbronto dyspepsia Grapefruit
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oaufltuutloa und aiwtlatlns flat lit tlolutf'' Ila At .
k after ten chronic dyspepsia owes It to bis family to try this
Mr. 1;: of morals ..... .. I have Year -,
FA* patriots" in the Interest ( ,) work. Tua proprlnlora b.. much Nith to.Itaourntlva used Herbloe for over a year, For the medicine" Wanted
that tber offor Ona HuudratlDollara and past twenty yean I have
powers find It
latka fc One regulator. I I
4' .::t. were to have .the power to pnrcbas.IIOIU08) tOW any caoa that It foil to aura. sea,i I a gladly been a fearful sufferer wltb nervousdyspepsia. : In all our experience aa druggists .
: : and sell all the boose that could b I lot ll'.l of waUmonlala.Ad.lr recommend It as a line medlolne for It has been bad that it we have never seen anything to C arles Kupperbuscli Ma bettor innrket In th*_tr.1' ,.
., ... ... f. 1 CHKMCT 00, Tol.do,0. Dyspepsia.. Sold by Aokerman-btewart. so i sin'1 1 ,I \\'. far p.l_
' legally handled. la this state. T.... Hall's lamilt. fills for onuatlpauon.. Drug Co. I' all but forced ma to resign from,-the pass the famous Cooper prtjparoUons., I r I ... P. WIUSOX.* CoromUaloa Manhunt

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''llllillllllQllla1111.1III1II1I1II1IIIIIIItII.' : IIIIII__ Crescent city Hews LAKE COMO.Mr. H. Always Remembered. :?!I ee.:.c...:. 9 9._."._ ,IIfir' > "
A smile lurked" i't\ tho coinuix of Mrs ) '

HeadquartersFor .._..._n..n.....________.___. ___._nn_...... _.... ._. .,. Paterson. and N.Mrs.J. J.are A.guests MacNab aft Al ot'' Lombard's mouth: us itlui ?IlKk-neil, to .IJ- '; \\I'" n' the plaint of the school friend whoujlm 0;'.' ,h : ii I'H '
View Cottage for the season. Theli
Weather Keport.CfoftcentOHy DC Brewster'i Talk.Dr .friends are pleased to sea them, lu Lad not MIOII, Compro (him ten
S. B.
: temperature for the week out DOWNES & CO5 .
Max. Mln they are quite popular and have< years. "I'm ufuild, door t'lu sold,
for for JV. A. Brswster gave an in pent many winters In Coma. "you'll hare lu rapojutvuct i uine ol

Goods.Fine In* January: lOtu' W101January. ( terestlns;talk last Monday afternoon! !;) jour p! inn, Y<.,. i '. I ni.-rrlpil, a (ur.retrlll .
Holiday t ft, m. S p m. Bp. m. 84 hl'll.4 lin Edwal'd loom of Cleveland, Ohio, 1 Commission Mers ants,
4. "guturdaT..... 5tt71 00 75 Bit at V. I. A. Hall on "The Prevention Is.aguest! at All View Cottage ,Mrlaom ( man I"... \ ,

assortment ot It 5., Hunday.Monday.* ."...or. lilt "Wl 77" 6'J ItO 07 711)4.to) eo of the Spreading of Tuberculosis." will arrive later. The Como "Why, 3..1 i tul.l ma not lul mluutue I 20:) Duane Street, NEW-YORK ,.,

7. Tmui.lay.. ,. 61 D,,M M (19 60 The meeting wa .on open meeting of Hea extend n cordial welcome to ego that your husband hu.l ucior, yet

Fancy Stationery In boxes 9 H.. W.II".dar..1 ThtinUay., :". 4* OH 68\ M 47tt M 67 45 Ii the V. I. A. and Dr. firewater hat them. I IMI. foifoitti: ; .-.." klriti':! oiu' wadding will endeavor to handle in a manner satisE '

10 ..1110",.. .... 4s OU Ii OT 4LH kindly consented dlsouss the subject and Mrs. Joel Jenkins war< aun" 1.,1'3'. crlud lur frltiiul I '
Perfumery and I I). WILLIAMS. Ob........ visitor\ at Palntkn recently. "and you I .Id me jou'J huuu: aiui-rled itctory-to you any shipments of
at the of the ladle., and ] t ,
__ request
Toilet _n .. nearly cieveI l i M nrsl Thiit't, (vw' alIbi ;
Article, ..........."" "" "" "" "" "" In conformity to the plan of the State John darning spent several duys In the year icr; *tutl\ui'\ top.;; us iiiutb&'oiuL" t ,,,
and new, line Federation of Woman's Clubs for Jacksonville, where he met Mrs. '
Uarnlna, who oame from her home Ir ranges Grapefruit or 'I' .,
411 Personal and Social. 411 each club In the federation to devote ,
Leather Goods. Including $ $ NltW' York. They are puests at All "Yes, sail Mrs. l.uaibatd !:Jemllr"ly."I :- 'I
ont rLO this subject View Oottair. They nru very pop hare. Tuut'u u long (U.uu lun't It5 0,0 .
Pocket Books, I,. ."" "" "" "" ",, Dr. Brewster stated that tuber. ularwlutui! tourUta unit everyone It Hut you icOKU"
F. J. Deasolc of Now York l Is al eulosls, or consumption, Is pot a eon- giRd to have them here again. \.01..1 wan hovn, 01 tij Fourth ot ,,, ,

Traveling: Cases, Etc: Grove Hall.W. taglous, but an Inteqtlous disease,, Mrs. Ed. Sullivan spent several July. Mr. I.omi'iml couldn't vuty woll ., consign to them and WIll be pleased to 'I .
U. Newton of OhlcHgo U among and that In order to contract IB one days; In Pall tka reoently.A. forget the uutlor.ul, holldn)'. 0ud as I \ you ,

Vlew'lf'IZ' i the recent arrivals. at Grove Hall. must ba Infected with Its germs. soon au 1\1 ro.uiJ, but baw for( :;oiful bo give" reliable information at time l ; !
12 New : If it was not for his filthy habits. E. Gable, our'populnr mall olork, you any ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. of South vlnlir his wife and was L dccl,1u.1 to. 1 be married on on-
Long to
the consumptive would be harmless a fiylnir.
of Crescent City. Carolina liava been visiting here. He cannot Infect with his breath mother, returning to Macon, Ga.. other holld iy, i.t (either by wh'e or mail) relative to the con. Aft-

; Store i v :Mrs. Alonzo Alden of Montone But he and expectorates puts it In bill lu pocket.a handkerchief 1 fin Tuesday. didn't"I snppou ronll/o, OH thnt you the were date ubi'ond of! uy wedding you I.' t dition of the New York market.
W. Underwood has returned
Lound's Drug' Dr. A. 'IW
Falls, N. Y., U stopping at Grove bed he puts itunder his pillow to Jacksonville\ after several day was unusual.-people aren't often h '

Hall for a seaso'n.Mrs. Others expectorate anywhere-on the here. married on the 22d of February, 1 '' 'l'lP

Orescent City, Fla. t*. M. Angler and Miss Helen street, lu stores, coaches, public spent think. But, you see, by a little judicious _. #; .
8 buildings-even lu their own homes. Mra. J. F. Gable has been confined ,. :C :.C. :. .
I've been saved the :
IIIIIIfIlll'JIT.IIIH'lI1IIlII'1l11m'IIIIIiYl '! Angler of Nssr. York are at, Grove plannIng .eeeee e..ec: ... e'C= 't:
lIIiillllWiblll! It is In this sputa that the germ Is to her bad for a week, lulTerlno( ; with

Ball for a season. found.. One experimenter has estimated a very lame foot, caused by a sandspur necessity of reminding him about 0111'annlverBary.Youtb' --- -..-. .--, .
mmmmmmBc mmmcmu gQ a 2.!. 8, M reman of Swltnerland, that one patient in an advanced being/ BO painful as to Deed Companion. f' ,
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oil medical attention. She Improving .
Florida, hbeen spending a little stage of consumption throws : ,
from one and one-half, to four and / slowly since having It la oed.
Grove Hall time at Grove Hall. three-quarter billion /germs In :24hours. Willie Gable I la mill suffering wltb Women as' Well as Men Are Made McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.

.. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Maull have This sputa when dried Is converted his attendance
bad cold which
M a prevents Miserabto by Kidney and
Crescent City's popular hotel, n /gone to keeping house lu the old Into dust particles which float at school.

l renovated, clean and airy.under Is iii home near the Junction. thy In the people.air and, Some are breathed however by are heal so The ladles V. I. A. held their meet Bladder! Trouble. Commission Merchants.

again open for the ot season Wm. (]. Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut who has been strong that they are able to throw log recently and the following/ offlo. kidney trouble prey. npon the mind, /

Norton.In the management. quite 111 for several weeks past was them oil without Infection. Weaker era .were elected for the ensuing ulsconragesandleSBensambition; beautyib.I Tomatoes 'Pin Apples
people furnish good soil. No age Is year: Mrs. J. F. Cable, president; vigor and cheerful ,
of the bent orange -
the midst better-thls week. "" !
suction of Flori exempt. Women are more frequently Mrs. Joel' Jenkins vice-president| ,, : ness soon disappear
da. Fine growing" boating, UhlnK. and 1.4 J. M. Deaton returned early In the attacked than men. The disease Mrs. U.) (.1. !SullIvan; secretary and when the kidney9 are and jEarlyVegetables "Oranges

1 bird shooting. Beautiful views tj week to Gadsden county where Ite Is very common with the negro race, treasurer. out of order or dis
hotel but rare In the Jewish raoe. Handkerchiefs Mrs has moved from the eased. Grape Fruit
; of Crescent iMke from iiiI has a large tobaooo plantation. should not be used. Better Wright .
trouble has
veranda.. Handy to steamboat t.J Underwood cottage to the Davis oot- Kidney
week H H. Cooper ;rrlved'early In the a small piece of cloth-then burn become so prevalentthat

I and month landing.at rellson"hf rate. .mouth and Is again with Mr. aDd'Mrl.l If[ handkerchief is used it should be tage.Miss I it is not uncommon 279 Washington St. Ittew York
hourtlieti Carrie Harmon U with
Northern Tourists. 1>..1.g boiled for at ono again ? for child to be
Caters to < Anderson for the season.
U thoroughly washed with soap and Mrs. Davies at the pargonxge '- born afflicted with
Write for terms
.g Mrs. Dunshee, reports that late water Great care should be exer- The Conio friends of Mrs. Irving weak, kidneps. If the

letters received) from Dr. Dunsheeitate c-iaed In the sick room to prevent Platt extend their sincerest. sympathy child urinates toooften,if the urine scalds -
Wm eIS, NORTON, that his condition Is steadily sputa from getting on the sheets and. to her In the sudden death of her the flesh or if, when the child reaches an

n : t City, Fla.M. UU 1m Inle.Lawton pillow slips. sidewalks should be husband, which was Indeed sad, and age when it should be able to control the Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
U prov Spitting on 0. shock to his many friends bore and passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
r.C CCCD a aOIi1 Bell, formerly of Fruit- prohibited. In this state there Is a In the surrounding villages. thug depend upon it,the cause of the difficulty .
land who recently purchased the law against expectorating In public is kidney trouble and the first
buildings: railway coaches and side Mesdames Wallace and Revarde step should be towards the treatment of Goes Everywhere
(N old Booker place--of Joseph Harp, walks and It should be enforced. In from Montclalr, and New York city, these Inportantorganl. This unpleasant

7 laO moved In with his family. the home consumptives should use a respectively, are guests at All View trouble is due to a diseased condition of

READ, K. liorson has been In Jacksonville cup. Sunlight dries up and kill the cottage. the kidneys and bladder and not to a
WI germs. Frepsing does not kill. There In the habit as most people suppose. North South East and West.
pronohlna Bup-
this week attending the stock- Will
The disease is contracted from Women as well as men are made miser ,
ESTATE.Crescent ,
REAL list church Sunday! by the
holders meeting of the Consolidated the; milk of tuberculosis cows, also ablewith kidney and bladder trouble,
Rev. Mr. Cats of Crescent City.
Naval Stores Co. He also spent from the beef.. The white blood cor- and both need the same great remedy. Folder."
City Fla. lu Palatka. puacles act for the human body In Alfred Yeardley led the Epworth The mild and the immediate effect of Consult the "Purple

Monday about the same way as does the po. League meeting at the M. E. church, Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It la sold

The Howe-property-"Ores Geo. H. Morse arrived on Friday Ice force for a city. When those by druggists in fiftyECrr

()If last week from Portland, Maine. white blood corpuscles find germs, DEATH OF MR. DAKIEL EDMONDH, gB. cent and one-dollar ; ::: -, For detailed information rates schedules and reservaijons -
cent HIU"-Is the ,
now on mar. ,
Mr,;. Morse and their daughter, Mrs.Phlnney they arrest and try to kill theui,, but sUe bottles. YounmyJIIgawH!1 ffljfe
ket. like prisoners these germ. resist and Mr. Daniel Cdmonds, sr., died have a sample bottto '
have been here several their Deo.. 28d, after being sick for I see nearest ticket agent or write or call on :
Particular attention given to are sometime. too .trongfor very by mail free, also a Bun*oC swampBoot.pamphlet your
seeks.Airs.. captors and escape. Then they find nearly a week, panilyals and other telling all about Swainp-Root,
Crescent ,iCHy property listed E. L. Posey and son, Mr. W. the weak spots lu the lungs/ which troubles being the cause of his death. including many of the thousands of testimonial FRANK C. BOYLSTON, T. P. A., Jacksonville,

with me. 8. Poaey who have been guests of are like a dense swamp. They)/ can He owned n nice little.orange groveat letters received from sufferets
guard the swamp but cannot get the Lake Conio, .Florida for about a cured. In writing Dr. K.liner & Co.,
e e Mr. and Mrs. Howard returned W. FRITOT
Ml\tbll\\ there these and a halt and lived on his place A.
/germs out. Once germs year Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
on Monday to their home In grow all the time, and no matter_ until last August, when he sold his this paper. Don't make any mistake, ,

4 I Sperxcor:: South Carolina. bow many white blood corpuscles, or i place and moved to Bpencervllle, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Jacksonville Florida.or .
Tbs Sbakespear class met with police., may come, they cannot get Ont., Canada, to be with his son, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roott.aod the address Division Passenger Agent, ,

Dentist. VIlss Boana yesterday afternoon. Infected the; germs lung.out. Then, you have your Geo.He L.was Kdmoncls a member, where of the he died.Methodist bottle., Binghamton, N, Y., on every F. A. YAKBOROUGII, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast

-r Next week the class will meet with Episcopal ohurch and a good '

Office at BeBldeno on Prospect Btrost.CresosatClty. VIrs. Boraon, on Wednesday, the 22d, POMONANEWS. Christian man. Hiitorlasl Evldonoo. Line, Palatka,. :Fla.
He was an old soldier. Ho leavesa
Florid it 8:30: p..m. wife and eon In Spenoervllle, Ont., Richard Mansfield was a patient sufferer S

Fred Andersen Is recovering slowy York Isaac Carey and has will arrived from the New re- also a eon in Michigan and grandchildren In his lust Illness, and be retained ,&z, \ ,&,&\ &\& \
t from a long Illness and one that nalnder city of the spend with C. Lee In both plitcus. Ills good cheer to a marked degree. \ \3, ,& &gl

at. John River by Daylight.I Has kept him confined to the house Smith usual.:season The funeral was held Deo. 25th. One day he told his physician that be ",. 1I.
All his friends. sympathize with believed he would not live weeks A. il. MAULL
I Miller Line For a month. His many friends are Mra. M. E.! Erwin has been spending the bereave Ofl Os. W. U. MAULL fe.
The Beach & longer. i '
several days In Jacksonville
glad to see him out again. A FRIEND. "Bosh!" said. the physician. "You
The ladles of the V I..A. will give: N\AULL BROS. -
Steamer CRESCENT. Tbe danolng party at V. I. A, Hall at are good for a long time yot. Why, Ii 'i
Friday evening
>n Thursday night! of last week is an the oyster hall from supper 6:80: to 8. There will WRY man alive, did you ever bear of anybody .. MERCHANTS (

---- mid to have/ been one of the best attended be collee salad pickles bread and should your baEy) suffer? When he Is near death with legs and feet as /y COMMISSION

LauvM JaokionYllleoaTuMdayi: ,Thumduy: and moat enjoyable held In butter with oysters In several ways, fretful and restless don't experiment on warm as yours?" ; Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty. ,-

aDd Saturday at 1:80: a. m. for Oreen Com, rears. The rr.uslo was brought fromJacksonville. all for 25 cents. A good patronage/ Is him and use any old thing your neighbor! "Yes," replied Mr. Mansfield;; "lota ;2 ,

Palatua Croaoant City and principal WeyLndInge. loped.for. recommends. Buy a bottle of White's of them. For Instance, there were Joan 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore, Md. JJ T ,d '
E. E. Eames left Monday noon for Cream Vermifuge greatnst known worm of Arc and the Salem. witches."-Har I ,;
and Mr. John McCormick otNew' 'ft.'i
Beturnlnc.leaVMCrementolty on Wsdnw- Mr. Ashton- Fla., to superintend some medicine and cure for all chlldrens diseases per's Weekly. : "71; Florida headquarters i o CRESCENT CITY.IFLOIIIDA. 1 17
dari.Vrldayi: and Monday at T a.m. Vork spent the past week here orange packing at that place.V. It Is mild In Its action, builds up ,&

Jaekaonvtlla. wharf footed Laura Street guests' at GroTe Hall. They expectto S. Middleton was In Jackson- the system, makes thin puny babies. fat. s'',, '
Mrs. J. O. Smith Tampa. Fla. writes: "' ''''\ \ \ \ \'' \ .
Talephona 68Palatu return for a short time after Tills on business two days this week. -7 \ \ \ 1 1
thin and could
"My baby was elokly
of Lanon atr-'. to Cuba and Nassau, The o'ConsumptiQn
wean foot maklngaaftrlp The recently organised/ not; retain Its food and cried all night.I though - -- --'-

a. N. P. club met at Rev. W. H. Woodwell's one bottle of white's Cream Ver- Notice of Application for Tax Deoil. Order For Publication.

E. T. CLARK, Traffic.. Manager, Mrs. F. G. Russell and daughter Monday night. much The young pleasure peopleare from mifuge and In a few days baby was i Notice Is hereby given that James V the Circuit Court, Eighth' Jadlolnl Circuit V
Miss Marlon of Jacksonville and anticipating laughing happy and well. Sold: by Kluu, purchaser of tax certIficate Puttium County, Flurtda'-iD Olwuoory. I .
It this winter and the club will be Aokerman-Stowart Drug Co. ot July, A. ,
Jacksonville. Fla. Bremen No. H7, dated the 1st day
Miss Fromme Germany under
sure to progress D 1001, has med said certificate In my Kate Idly Oompli.luant. ] Bill for
who were guests of Mr. and Mr*. the able management of our pastor. ,
for tax IJlvorae
Ltttlo Goidon '.'us studying lila Sunday office, and has Ralph It. 1ta ,'Do'ond..nt.. JIn f
C. S. Gowen several days last week Our vicinity was much grieved and school lesson. Your doctor will tell you that deod to Issue la aooordanoe with law. Itnnpcitrlng by aflidavlt appended to the
A. UTORREY.Undertaker and over Sunday left for Jacksonville shocked Friday morning to hear of Hald certificate embraces tho following bill thou I:. tliu I above atntuu unuBtt tlmtKulph
the sudden death of Mr. Irving Platt "Say papa ho queried "what did fresh air and good food are described property situated In Putnam H. Iluv the Uwfendunt therein namedIn

and Embalmer.]: Monday morning/ *"the Cres of Ashton Fla. Mr. Platt was for tho Dead sea die of?" the real cures for consumption. county, Florida to-wlt: n he tion-renldent IM H reldent' of of Hutittlo.the Suite II1.LI.4tU.0fl5.oC Floridannd .

cent. years a resident of Pomona, and was But often the cough is very Wiof sei J. section 18, township 11, of WiiHliliifiton I that lie in over the age of
Full llns of Caskets and Coffins An entertainment for the benefit married here about four years ago lo CABKIB NATION range 15-80 acres. tw
Telephone' of the V. I. A. i Is to be given at the Miss Sadie Perry also of this place. certainly smashed a hole In the bar. hard. Hence, we suggest that The said. land bl-log assessed at the the person...rv.In..'.tho of"mate' Hubpot'na of. Florid" would. upun bind who,iiuoh tit S
Jan. 21.t.at His death was a sad and almost Instant rooms of Kanaaa, but Mallard's Bore you ask your doctor about date of the Issuance of such certificate I.rundnntl; It Is tU i foreoidered that said
hall next Tuesday evening ,
OaEBOENT: CITY FLORIDA one, being thrown from a half- hound Syrup has smashed all records asa In the name of Frank Q. Brown. Tr Unless nreHlUent defondimt 1w'Punt ho !I.hereby
8 p. m. The entertainment will broken young horse on Lie; own place. cure for coughs, Bronchitis Inlluenza your taking Ayer's Cherry said certificate shall redeemed according nuitilrcd saul to. appear. to the Jill before I of Uomplitlat
tiled lu cause on or
consist of music and a short comedy The remains were brought here And nod all Pulmonary e&8e.. T C. U-. Pectoral. It controls the tick. to law. tax deed will Issue thereon MONDAY, thoOrd DAY Of FEBRUARY

Transfer Co. entitled, "Hhaltespear's Heroines." the funeral held Saturday morning Horton, Kansas writes: "I have uever line quiets the COU2h.A on the 25thday of January, A. D., D. It'*"'*, otherwise the allegatIons of saId
Crescent City Reserved aeaCs wilt be 85 cent at James Tucker's Rev. W. H.. ouui a medicine that would cure a 1905. tl.. will be taken* confessed by saId Lie-
( Wood well oftlclntlnic\ ; burled In Wenka. cough so quickly as Ballard' HorrnoundSyrup. We pubU.H..!.uvforniUiMW Witness my official signature and seal fendnut.
Meets all trains at Oresornt City Juno- General admission 25 cents Tickers Extreme sympathy Is extend. ,I have used It for years." Sold bnnlBh, alcohol this the 19tb day of Dfo, A. D, 11)07.) It IN further once ordered n week for that live this oonneoutlvewe Order bpubllithHii .

trains by appointment. will be on sale Saturday morning. ed the bereaved widow and baby by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. from our- madaiafl [meal] JOSEPH PRICE. in the Pnlatka Nona, a newspaper
tlon. Night and to the relatives. I W. or** yen to and fttftte.WltiiHaa .
daughter, Putnam countySTla. puhllHliudlnRnld County
B. M. LABBEE. Manager. J. P. Yarn of Frultland purchased i er.s. ""doctor0: Clerk: circuit my, hal ami emotes Heal tbl,
the meat market business of Frank I Miss Margaret Bradt has been a Behind the King. t..tie KOtb day ollJe".r.IOO'.JO@IIPII. '/.

Long some two weeks ago and is guest week.of friends at Huntington) for a The king can do no wrong. but there One of Ayer's Pills bedtime will causon Tax Notice.I J-!*-!; PRIom.Olerk Olroult,Court.

now conducting that business. Mr. Is one Innocent thing that no sovereign increased flow of bile, and produce a at Precincts with Tax PRICB. Clerk.M.f.OOXK .
B. B. HARRIS will be B H TtATMO.MD Deputy:
Varn Is au old citizen of the peninsula K. L. Hagln of Jacksonville was in ever does-namely, to stand with his gentle laxative effect lha day following. ,
town Monday.S. back against a wall. At tbo royal stand Formula on each box. Sbow It to your Books on the following clays: aolloltor for OoiuplolnAnt.
well-known here. He
and Is
Barber will understand it a glance. Jan. 6th.
doctor. He Crescent City, Monday
S Green la very III at hi. home at Newmarket or elsewhere his majesty
'raises bill own beef and slaughters It, Dose, one pill at bedtime. \I1ornlngJan. 7th to Stocltholders.
CRESCENT CITY. three miles west of Pomona. Dr. Invariably leaves ample room for Puinonn, Tuesday Notice
and he proposes to give the people _M..d.bjr uu J.O.A..Co.,Ix>w ll.M 60I:-
says 7th.
i Geo. Welch of Falatka is attending.Mrs. persons to pass behind. him, so that be Welska ? Aft. ., Crescent City Fla,, Deo 81, llO'T!

A clean shop and a clean, satisfactory good meat from a scrupulously- : i Platt, Mrs. Fred Owens and nay escape having perpetually to reply IiiterlnchPii, Aft. .. Utn There will be-a meeting of the

S Shave and Hale Jut guaran clean shop. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Platt of Satsuma to their salutations, which he would be "Gentlenien." said the prisoner uttoi WednesdayFlorahome .. 15th stockholders of the Preatoa-Mlllar

teed. Try me. tf. Quite a party of ladles from Pa came up Saturday:: to attend the funeral bound to notice did those people pass acquittaL "I thank you for my vindi Friday Morn. .. :24th Co. at the offioe' of the company in

I, latka were here last Friday and of Irving Platt. In front of him.-London Chronicle cation." Orandln, .. Aft. .. :24th Crescent City, Fla., at 2 o'clock p.
Baldwin I School. Saturday 26th loth 1DOB.
Wednesday, January
Order For I'ubllcatloii. took dinner at Grove Hall They Mrs. C. H. Worcester will have for know that "Younu feller" replied the foreman Host* Ick, Tuesday !Morn. .. :JiHth C. H. PRESTON, President.
lloth.O1roult Court Eighth Judicial Olr came up on the steamer Homer. In her guest soon her slater from Michigan "Young man, you lu bad of the Jury "you don't seem to know On the above dates my ofllce will
call Futuam Ouuuty" 1"lorldln Obnu- the party were Mr. Adolph Marlon who is expected to arrive this It's better to be alone the difference between a vindicationand be closed. A WitLABD, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
? "Yes. sir. OoodbY, "
very.Anon: ,week. company a streak of good luck. -London Tax Collector.Johnson .
DeWItt by: her bun- of Detroit Mich., and Miss Wilson, Cleveland Plain Dealer. Cure Cold. Croup and Whooptng Coaga.
[ / Bill for Emma Welch visited Jacksonville Opinion.
t.nd and no. frlund, Mrs. Parker Smith Mrs. Merriam Miss
DeWitt, For.clo.urev
Ww..R. Monday
/ of YT U.....l..t KflM Whtfa.side. -- ---
as.Hf .n. o.T ...1a..5 '""$ M* .. .. ... [ --- -- "
jf ntb. alias Mortgage..
Harry naurr: A..A..n..tb. .t al.. I I Miss M. A. Wblteslde and Miss January Burr Mdntosh MonUily.

appearing by affidavit rJr.ir: : tha Dorothy Merriam of Pals tk. This first Issue of the new year U

'\\rj bill A.tiled Heath In th.aIICC above Httliry I A. Hoath and* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Campbell and unusually attractive. The color

(NaIU.G.teat .nipttuy H..th i,, his a corporation Wife, .unit Johnmm untlnr iiu-theteWt Master. Illllia from Ouk Tree, N. J.', plates character are, one'varied in particular and striking beluga In For old people who suffer -, .

of Michigan, the ,ItenpIiits titeralli.p.uapd arrived last Friday evening and after flashlight view In colors of Mad icon
nou-ronlilttnt ot the Hint of
i f VU>rtda,are and the dotondnut Johnaon uptlculI pending n few days with Mr. and Square, Nw York. at night. The from rheu11ati m.5tiff joints qouMumbagoJneuralgia.sciahca

I f Ootiiliany) liutrolt! ,,a lohltinn onrpuratlon, nnil, .retsien'a to., l 15 a riuldtmtf of the Mr. C. J. Hunter are now in their first of a series of Juvenile pictures In .j;

l flofonduntfi. Harry A. He"thl .Kllaa }I.nryA. new home In the north end) of town- by Margoerlt' Downing appears \
Hemh U. >. In unknown; this number. In the world of the and paralysis
that tl I>:"j"r.n: :: are over tho uu* oftw the'place recently purchased of Oio stage. are portrait of such celebrities ;
.., ,.. .r. II !. thorefnr Ordered Liuitel-
th..nnld nOI\-re.\.t dP'fnlinte JotinituiiOntloalOonuinny Neal. Mr. Campbell reports stormy as UervlllB. eaohe and '
,* oorpoiatluii outer the ocean! passage down from New York, line of Grand Opera Ethel: Juckson Lll\.lm.eI\.t
Inwaof Mluhltfan txt and. thuy are hurebyeqiUred Prances Starr, Olga Nethersolp, Mrs. I Slo s
toappwivr to tho Bill of UompluliitJtled .and one In which their vessel was Patrick Campbell and PerlaSand.

In said acute ou or .bator driven over 200: )uilos. 'out _of Its In the Department of 1'eopU of Noteare 1
tba. Btb DAY Of JANUARY,
MONDAY course, shown fine portraits of Dr. F.i.wrrrrtEverett gives quick relief. It penetrates
A. I).. IWIH. and that the said flofl'rA.ldofltderendafti "
., Hurry A. Ke..tlit a"". henry Mr. Herman G. Hennlg of thn Hale. Dnvld Start Jordan
' A. H until,and Nntlla O. Hitntli. bu wlni, band the Kin if and (Queen of Norway and tissuesa relieves the : 'J
thuy arh raby ,re'iulrad la itppcar, to place mid Mrs. Ida May Stuebel of and. Prince Yi of Korea.. The panomml through&e nerves
... flied lu Mild uiuiae onOB
tOe Bin of(Jomp.
.before Cleveland, Ohio, w..re\tolted mar- pictures In this number Rre congestion.quickens .

MONDAY. 'lie 3rd DAY OP FBBKCARY: nags Snturilnyflvenlnc, trio 4th inst.. exceedingly fine and as usual. presented inflammation and '

A. D. 1UM"' otherwIse the allegations of .."1 by ReV' E. A. Hogarth. Mr. and In the magnificent photogravure '
bill will .ba taken.* oonruMud" by o.ld IMlendnntfl. old sepia Inks. Altogether this l 1.'UlI'' .-, -I # the blood and gives a pleasant tingling-
Mr. HennlK aru living In lh
I; In further ordered that this Order bepubltMhad Bhbtwell place fleer Denver, purchased rod uotlona. d warmth. (f,'
once a week for eight oouAreutlVewatiki beautiful In photographic rep sensation of comfort and
In th. Patnlka M..... a. ." ''' ''rpubllnhml by Mr. Hvnnlir about one ytaigo '
In mild Onuntv unit Htnta, an toHarry a
A./{ alliu henry A. Heath anNette R Mr. Hennlg Wee for a pumberoryejtr BUKB PCBLIflHtffn CO. Xs little rubbinq. :
'for)four(,u.Haath oonHuouLtvu. his. wlfii WthpIce. and at tu on*the'* u Jotin Week In rhnrgr; of the "J.I.11I"0"IrlvtI 4 Wr.. 22nd Sr.. New. Yoik Ulty. /J Needs very ,' ,

Ion Optliwl: Ooinpuny,a doC:; IH.rtrbl.; of Collins B, Hubbard. neat Stops earache In two minutes j At all dealers :
'Witness luy hitnil otmluj In
Nnithitrh or [p.m ln nf burn or moth\H '
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the Htl day of Nor fin hi.f. unit Oakwood bat < flow ,
: five mlnurpn. hOll.B.n..n.oIlP houi; .PR1CE25450t&.SLOO:
rittOlt ;
[Uual] JOMKI-ir UlHrkOlieultOourt) *Miiir RW... ,for blin..lf. His innsol."GlV'. two hnanO l sore thr..">, S

JIS? "1 k.r.f.: .1'-.11.1'- ''') ulerit.Sottoltor frl..nrts wilt ,,'1811J1lm n long sm' !'rlcOU Dr.Earl S.SIoan.Boaton Moss:

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II I A Ii a Has Been a Tremendous Success. -

:,, January

w1n There is yet Another Week of These Big Bargains

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_. Special Values in Sheets and The Second Week of Our Great A Special Offering in Gloves.Never .

thS Pillow Cases January Clearing Sale.. before'\were Gloves offered at such Bargain prioeB.Don't .
>' : fail to ;get your share of( these offerings.
,.\ .: 81x00 bleached sheets ((seamed) sale pries... .47o81x00 Last Saturday, January 11th, we Inaugurated our Great Annual Mack Silk G.o\es: our 1.25 grade to close out this sale.7Do
"il.\nj f Popperell sheets, best made, sale price. 79o Clearing Sale. The first week has proved a tremendous success In spite of Positively not guaranteed at this price, as it is less/ than cost
) I r 42x80 pIllow'cases, sale price . . Oo42x80 cold and rain. There is yet another week.of this Great Sale and the Bargains Short'ICid:' Gloves, bmrk, and tan sale price. 84o
: .; pillow! cases, regular J5c values. Sale price, 120 offered are worthy of the most. serious consideration of the economic buyersof Our 1.25: 2-button Kid Gloves, 1.50> values, sale price QSo
J;, tf: 42x80( pillow! cases, regular 18o values. Sale price. 15o this city and county. 12-bntton length 3.0' Kid Gloves go at ,'2.80
10-button 4.00 Kid Gloves this sale 2.08Comforts )
45x8(5( pillow cases, regular "Oo values. Sale 15o length
t ep price The backward weather that has been prevalent this year has left us
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" with an unusually large amount of winter goods on hand which we could not -.- -V- -. --
r8Lid' possibly afford to carry over-but which we offer to you NOW right in the
'," : Bed Spreads at Bargain PricesMany season when you need these goods at prices that are but a semblance of their and Blankets.;

real values. A glance at the items this will idea of the
on page give you an
:ep, pretty designs, best! quality, fine assortment.
bargains we offer, but our space here is limited and only a visit to the store 2.150.Fine Silkohne Comforts, sale price. $h08
co OOo Bed spreads, sale price . . . GOo 10-4 Nice Cotton Blankets.75 and {OOo) pair, sale price .B&
the of these sensational values. Don't wait
can give conception
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., $1.00 Bed spreads, sale price. 89o JO-i All wool 5 00 Blankets, sale price. 8.08
..- 1.25 Bed spreads, plain and fringed, sale price .08o until all the plums are picked, but come in the first day and do some pick- 10.4.11 wool very flue (Rob Roy) Blankets, 0.50 val 4.08
pa. r j 1.50Salepnce. . . . .$1.19 ing yourself. Many cheerful faces will greet you and wait on you. "A wordto
J1. 2.00, Sale price. . . . 1.48 the wise is sufficient" and those desiring to save money will take advan- r .4. ''Zo. =-
If''" of these Yours for business
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dues i"day. A Sale of Dress Goods.
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tain the best that can be had in foreign and domestic fabrics, all shades and .
I\, colors being represented. This elegant stock we are closing out at prices that Underwear Specially Reduced

of J It's the saving on little things that counts. Here's your means a saving of 25 per cent and more. Ladies who are fond of and will appreciate -
cur chance to get notions cheap: pretty dresses will take advantage of these offerings: Prices.Extra .
5a pearl buttons, sale price. 20 Better grade button. Co
mei1\\ ,. lOt pearl buttons, sale price. . . . .f> 50 in. $1,25 Broadcloth, as good as those others ask $1.50 for, sale Price..80o Special The celebrated\ Children's' Nazareth
ary 1)) 50 hooks and with invisible loops, sale price card 2o 50 in. Mohair 75o value, Bale price. . . 48o Waist, Bold as a leader at 19o, good as the 25o E. Z,
Patlyni.1 / 50 safety pins eyes, sale, price. . . pr. 2!e .80 in, Fancy Wool Dress Goods, 500 and OOo values, sale price. . . .BOo\) this sale each . . lOo
;,' Good machine thread 500yd spool, Bale price . 5o 80 in. Henriettas, 89c values go at . . 25o Children's Undershirts and Pantlets, worth 15o to 8Co,
in th( 200" . 20 40 in. Panamas and serges worth C5o, sale price. . . 14o sale prices . . . . . lOo to 24o
. nlahei, Coat's spool cotton dozen, sale price. . . . C5o All $1,00 and $1.25 fine dress goods go at from. . . . . 89c to \08o Ruben Waists, cotton, sale price. . . . 21o
Audlto per An effect 130 25c values, to.close at. . . lOc . . . .
:and Oftbl. Coat's darning cotton per spool. . . . . 2o elegant serge fancy plaid m. Ruben Waists, wool, sale price. 89o
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Misses' .
R Coat's Silkoline per spool of 100 yards, sale price. 80 Union Suits, sale price. 21o
madabooks The celebrated Buttermilk, Oatmeal and Turkish bath ---- .. OOo and 1.00 Ladies' Union Suits, sale price. 45o and OOo
t ..... 1.25and 1.50 . .
LadieVUnion Suits
" with a 1 soap, regular lOo soap, sale price . . 50 "'" 08o
. that*. ..e, William's Shaving Soap.. . . . . .5c Ladies' Knit Underwear\ shirts drawers sale price each 21o
Hair lo doz. lOo 25o Menueu's talcum Prices in Domestics. Ladies' Bleached Underwear, shirts and drawers, regular
The pins, package Special
begin 1 powder, sale price." . . 140 SILKS. 85o value, sale price each . . '.' . 240
at the $1.00 alarm clocks, sale price . . 59o Good f bleaching, sale price. . 5a Extra heavy Bleached Underwear regular boo and JOo
: We bought a consignment of silks cheap. .
values sale
very 89o
nightpanyj/ handkerohiefs values, sale 5o lOa price.
80 and lOo good price 80 in. soft and fine cambric, sale price It will be impossible tp describe these values.
new Coat's Silk Finish Crochet Cotton, per spool 80 80 1.11. Lousdale and fruit of loom bleached 12o They must be seen to be appreciated. -
a rep Fine outing flannels, plain and fancy Amos-
80 in. Taffeta silks l black and colors 1._o 6price
all r> sale ,
make sold
keag everywhere at 121c,
1nanJ4'1'3' yd. . . . SJo to 1.89 grade for this sale at OTo
';' \'.-... per 80 in, 1,7'", black Taffeta. sale price. . .$1.89
CO here car* Piece Goods S I S. II 2.00 >.. 1.49 These.Prices. Mean a Saving
peCl8 25 and 27 in, China silks, sale price 80o
th) You Can't Afford to Miss ItTowels Figured dress ginghams, chambrys! and cheviots of Money to You.
manurb,4 worth lOo and 12Jo, Bale price,. Oo
Store will be closed 1 all
Amoskeag ginghams{ sold everywhere at 15o day
by day at h || this sale at. . . . lOc
of in.,, I $ 80 in. percale, sale price only. '. 8Jo Friday, January 1 10th t inpreparation .
and .l 80 in. percale, best grade, sale price only. 120
wai Cyrninow b Lace Curtains Good calico, sale price. . :5'and Oo of this big event. Long and Short Bells. Belts. Bells.
I stock of best calico in this sale
are used every day of the year. During this Bale we will otter Our entire OJo -
boy 1 Replenish/! your supply at our our fine stock of Lace curtains lOo A. F.C. apron check ginghams sale price 7jo Be on hand early. Flanelelte Kimonas The biggest bargains
the o A sal*-It will mean. saving of at a big| redaction. At these you
DrArinntoir. money' to you. Our entire prices, lace curtains are no'' -- ever saw. The prices tell the
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and Damask towels, goes Inthis liven.up every home. We will
.peel* lieU made pretty patterns. (Wo and 760 Ladles' Belts too
makes' s offering. 84o and 40o Ladies' Belts, 26o
tel. t4 Good Hack towel, fair size 4e 75 toDOOVBIueedurlng Bale. 59o Coo values, sale price. 80u $I.00 KUmlo: Belts ., 0Uo\
ber oftonly lOo good buck towel 60 to Ho 11.00 valu 8durlnx this eale.TUo\ A Clearance..of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks.The $1.25 Elastic and fine leather
C 12)4 and ISO towel ... .lib '1.25 to $1.40 OHo 1.00 COo Baits. sale price . BOo
bx tool) 2&o and BOo flue damask and '1.00 values ". $1.19 achievement in this sale is wonderful in Ladies', Misses and $1.CO Elaatlo Belt this ,18.01:10-:
stupendous 1 40 08o
our offerings'
win t buck ... .. . .. 19o $2W l.D9 I $:J.00 very floe Elaatlo Belt.
Jan. 1C] Childrecs Cloaks. We cannot recollect the time that this I line of merchandise offered at su h 1.50 and 1.75 values. 1.10 ale price...... . ,tl.80
lloenseyears prices-even years ago when the price of thy raw material was from 20 to 50 ppr. cent lower than at ..
.' the present time. We have disregarded everything in our attempt to .make thin the biggest sale of -- -
ea flttlniflKolloli e. Bargains in Table Linen. its kind ever held. Here are some of the bargains :

'. I Ladies' Fine $12.50 Long Cloaks, sale price. . . . . . . .: $7.08 HOSIERY.The I
PalatlJ, .1 58 iu. Good bleached C5o values, Bale price. ,.210Wi Children's and Misses' $4.00 and $5.00 Cloaks, salo Pl'ice. ... . . .' . 209M8
I (50\ in. All Liner 5Oo values, sale price 440 . . best lOc Ladies' Black Hose, Sale price Ho I
$1.50 Babies' Long and short Clanks, sale prioe . . . . .
1 00 in. Mercerized BOo values, sale price . . .ROo $1.25 and $2.00 Babies' Long and Short Cloaks, sale . . 1.10 15a values, sale price.... .. .. . .. ..... ... .. 120
Mr. 72 in. Mercerized 75o values, sale price. . .COo $2.60 Babies' Long and Short Cloaks, sale price. . .price. . . 1.48 25o to 85o values, sale price.,. .. .. ... ...... . . 210
ntF a 70jn. All Linen 7oa values 1 8a I. . . . .50o70o 80o) values, sale prioe... ... . ... .. .. .. .... .. . 200
bim.el I 72 in, All Linen Jl.00? values, sale price . . of 50o and OOo values, sale prioo.......? ... .. ?. .. .,...;: .4-10
way '1.20>Bookfold Napkins, sale price . '. . .80oLadies' Misses' and Children' in proportion.

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TAMr.:t' Bags. C' } Special values in Supporters.

tutor In tale only. ,. ... ..MaiBtfo\ ,
reaular75o thin
Ladle. qnnllty
Fine Bass
fROfpRESi Ladle.Jadle.'U.OOHalt8.'l iia and $1.itnle BO Bags price, sale" _'price. ..,. ..,...... .. .,.. ..'."............. .......... .. .U8o 6 Ladle only. ,20o. and. .Bra.. .ho' ...a. .supporter. .........,.fine. .. .quality.. .....In. .this. sale 19o
Ladlss'50" and OOo corset In thlll sale. l only... ... .... . 80u
lies', ', indies' $1.00) corset Iu this.aU only, ... .. . .. . . ,60
men 0.. ...>m_ I Fv
what s. .. J '.--M-
with o Extra Special Offerings In Lace. -

cities nouooe o" 5,000 yards wide Torchon lace imitation linen, regular i: r New Merryday Block.
air.) ;,.. price 8 and lOc a yard, sale price, per yd. . 4c
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Between" Six and Seven Thousand Acres of Heavily Timbered Land in Liberty County, Fla. \W'v '
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T Turpentine Privilege on same tract,: Twelve crops boxes .including two crops cups. ;;
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I \" _. in Commisary Personal property and commisary not included price V.<, ,.>.

quoted. Call for fuller description, terms, etc. ;;

$13,500.00 $6,000.00. :
25 acre "G reive on Lake ; '" Orange Grove on Lake
;, '" :; Yale in Lake Co., 30 acres ,
"Yale near Grand Island, six ;
land, 20 acres under fence ':
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room house, good barn and
H A FORD 17.acres good bearing grove. :.
stable,_packing house with : :.
200 cypress field boxes, lad- '

ders, and i orange sizer: i :. $1,300.00Orange :;
a ;, mower, i hay rake, i two- :-, grove near Lake :. ,

horse wagon, .i single wagon : '.. Wier, Marion Co., 5% acres

: 1 hay baler, I. disk har- Real Estate bearing orange, grapefruit
: and tangerine trees, no ,
Acme harrow
row, i ; 3 '..,
horses. Grove has bearing r :. buildings, netted the owner
capacity of 6,000 boxes. .. : : $400.16 fruit in Dec. 1907. -

Insurance: : .
'. $2,250.00 ,
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I :"/' ,: ; ioo acres best farming
,10 acre grove near Higley :. ',_ ;;:::y .,' .' ., "' land in Alachua County, all
66 grape fruit trees, re- ,- and" cleared, under fence, good

mainder Parson Brown and ,_ neighborhood, good size
':: Pine,Apple variety; 3 room house, but in need of repairs :;
: at Rocky Point near Gainesville ,
1. i story !house., Young grove InvestmentAgency. Fla.
just coming into bearing. :
: The above property all

-' .... in the finest condition, well
i:. $5,500.00 fertilized. ..
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15 acre grove on Lake ...".,'1' Waycross. Lots for ; 4
(f and rich r
Apopka 12acres ;
Sale for Cash or trade
P 2, muck land cleared, good
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packing house, 100 cypress .. :: : .: for Palatka Property. ,

field boxes, i orange sizer. Two small farms in ,, '

'. All teed above first-class property guaran$4,'000--A Bargain Polk Co. for sale or will

trade for Palatka
fertilized. prop- :
4 : and veil In Pat atka.

Two large houses and six smaller houses, erty.
: I have considerable! Palatka property I f
to handle, but description not ready alT-in, good repair, now rent for $54.50, per One 9 room house, best part
pif for this issue, Also one farm near Ocala, month, all occupied, easy terms. of f Gainesville, and 3 Lois I same
Palatka and a: Orange Oroves
one near
K; on St. Johns near Palatka. $5,000: One lot in Burnt Dist. Jacksonville locality, for sale or trade for Pal :
atka property. .
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t The Palatka News DEATH CLAIMS PALATKA'S PUREWATERSUPPLY. Murray Comedy Company.For ; L _i .

the full wuok beginning next Beautiful Hand-Painted '
LZI: --- WM5 J. GREEN Monday, January 20th thu Murray Jugs and Work for Everybody.
5 %% v v v vsiS Comedy company will be neon at Salad
the llowell Theater In new and popular Fancy Plates
Cliv Happenings and $ Of Grandin, arid Whole County;

I J Personal menilon. Mourns Loss ef Good Man. lite New Municipal Water Thu plays.Murray corrfyany numbers 18eople Given Away Free II IA WANTED

JMrs. William J. Green Ranks Among Very High- ) headed Miss Dorothy
for 60 years or by Im.tam.to .1mlrcImflHe, J luwQ.etttoti
; .t "" more a citizen of this county and est as to Purity.The Smith and Alva $imnni., late of the Bya, a merge qllontlt). 01 wtittitonhitti'I ClicHOltntdaoiite VIiHN WANTEDTHlTKENNERLY
.v whose home was at Urandln, died on Empire !Stock; company. plHIi 0.. ter,4 ,
fl. A. Gray la visiting her Monday the 18th lust of dropaey of bacteriologist connected with The company comes to Pnlatknifter III"Oo.'Olllor.to dl.trll1l1.ond (rid Chain,,
sons In Jacksonville this week.A. thR heart. He had been la fail Inn ha> state board of health baa made ..lIuco..lnl week at I.he Duval RhaItCIy o"I"'y without CONS. 'ttUttiitlt.y ; 1ULLWAflTED

.' J. Padgett of Urandln was a health for more than a year and his two. separate analysis of the new III Jacksonville, amid hns -liuri'l fur :: of this exqtttatto: anti vt'ry, '
ap visitor I lu Palatklon Wednesday. decline had been steady. Palatka water supply with equally III opening plair the b..Rutiful four uwrulwiiio IM wiunl Intent I to' Ihw-unHl ami I l>ivulora .. li1gb "' '-

dapt. The funeral was held on Tuesday excellent results. Rot comedy di'aina, "A ught.lee tluiHlinpviiaratlio und, liiiint noratlonl l ata HARDWARE CO.
E. Noble Calhoun ylslted! 1 and was one of the largest gathernKS Early in December, Dr. K. S. Crlll (Joitntry Girl," n realistic port-mini m nil tlmt Hio bl"H8.li .urtuillo Skill ,
Starka this week on laga business. of the kind ever assembled In chairman of the board of bond trustee of New York Ufo, full of Inli-rirslTiiK. clime produce..

S J iVt J.O'Haraand M. A. Hodges of 1 West Putnam. Neighbors and Soul a gallon of the water to the and exciting evunts, Every not 1 nmke, this liberal, otTor to of nliowtuv :you t DEALERS '
I friends for state board of health for examination. teems with sensations, heart IlIt..re : alnrvni approbation Cultivator, Water
Jaoksouvllle wera In tha many many miles around rmtl'oiiniiu nml IM an ImUluonlonC Stov H. Plows .
Ciyyeeer- Hardware,
., day* t, r gathered to pay their tribute of respect 'l'he following letters show the and rollicking (mm. Inr" HI outer.,,,,ro of your .&.....111. Freezers, Ajrents. for tt'J
.' to the memory of a man whose result of the analysis of that sarnple: The company III said b.. an excellent (IIvlllor 7, ,, this, .'.tr..l v.......iu,whloh will, Coolers, Ico Cream ft":"
Clifford' lu no nv iiirunt mv: pi Oliver :,
W. Ohalflnoh of Buffalo entire life Influence had been, both Execuctlve Office. I l one, unusually strong and HH you linvo loRrniMl nio IitwtIyd Planet Jr. Implements 1
Bluff was.. visitor In Palatka Wed- lu Its precept and in Its example, a State Board of Health of Florida | well-balanced.. Specialties:! will bentroduoed elm tow or lover than my "':in- Chilled flows. Atkins Saws Etc.,

nesday. potent force lu behalf of an honorable Joseph Y. Porter, M. D. bntweeu the acts by different 11.tltol'a.

The olty l Is putting In a drain on Christian citizenship.The State Health Officer.. members of the company. 1I'a'I \ IJ:Innpmst unil I HH tha mo aamples uxplamtuo : : :' IPsJlsu'tlssi': UPloxicLsa/E : ,

Kirkland street to carry'*.oil tbetorll1 funeral sermon was by Rev. Jacksonville, Fla., Deo. 20, 1007. Every lady accompanied by will I a person be iilun dimrlbutlon. will FOUR CENTS, SPOT CASH, for all the I!
with ticket I pay
B. B. Moseley of Melrose, a former a paid 60 cent Pleased.
A water. ;Dr. E. S. Crill, If You cannot Fail to be VANILLA they call get,
pastor of the deceased who paid admitted free on opening night, clean, WELb-CUHKl
Palatka ,
k ,_ Miss Bailie Derail and Mrs. A. M. eloquent and feeling tribute to his ?Sly Dear Doctor,:Fla.- I purchased\ before six o'clock at the YourS vory truly will continue to buy and pay cash for it throuHh m'm'alu1 :

.;, 'Klrumons of Live Oak are visiting memory. The Mason Lodge of I beg to hand herewith Arlington Cafe. Miss Hallie Buky. ,;1
you entire season
'''.,, their sister Mrs. M. F.\ Benet. Putnam Hall had charge of the funeral the report of the Bacteriologist copyof of ----- -- -- the Vanilla and get the CASH.We :
and Interment which in ''GooilB and Notloin, Bring your
Mr. and Mn. was Laboratory of )
Wm. a
R Napier and upon specimen Vanilla.
r? \. Miss Gertrude Napier of Grandln the family lot at the Orandlu ceme water recently submitted. by your- Lniliusi FninmhlnKii.A want nothing but First Quality _

.' r l were In the olty last Wednesday. tery.wm. self, for analysis. Yi! !fim i I
l1fifiYi! !
'. ( r J. Green was a native of From this report you will see that 'Si !fi! !: : : :

:; Tha Lemon street paving oontrao- South Carolina, but came to fcutnam the: water Is apparently of a very THE

'tor l la ready to begin operations J just county Florida, when a lad, and here high standing. The number of bacteria :W- I
as soon as this granite for the curb- 10 has resided ever since. He servedIn
\ ,' per o. o. Is within the permissible Hardware M
, : 'Ing arrives. should be here today. the Confederate army and saw limit of good, potable water. 1 Kennerly Cov
two of active service in the '
k years The other
Laboratory sent }
: Lost a plain band gold braoelet. you Happy
, :;: L somewhere between the Calhoun Virginia campaign. He was a deacon bottles t however, for another sample, Palatka, Florida.

#,. r n, ::\,,,,_ : residence and the school grounds. in the Baptlet churoh Urandln, as It is not thought safe to rely upon .

..' b: I J': Reward for It. return to this otflce.t. the and for mid-week many years was meetings the leader, as of one test. ( New Year lo All! _!_
prayer Assuring you that we are always
\ '
: F ,
The well the superintendent of the
,', i Pythian Sisters will give a as glad to serve you, I am,
' ; I' masked domino dance with the Sunday school for many, many years Very truly. yours, The CLristmaa ria
.Srr& I&dIinpLnk and the gentlemen and until he was, owing to ill-health, HIRAM BYRD, joyous

".' f blue. at the Armory on Friday night, obliged to relinquish this work of .First Assistant to State Health .3 1 has pnsaeil and we've l& .33BB a aa
.". f .. love work for which he
i February 21st. -a was peculiarly OHIoer. 1

f ': It Is expected that Rev. Dr. J. W. Mr. Green fitted.is survived by his-wife, Laboratory, ) { all had a. happy time. f The Only Complete Line

d Waldeu president of Palmer College, three daughters and three sons, all State Board of Health of Florida } My\ trade has been fully I) ,

t 4, at De the Funlak Presbyterian Springs, Fla.church, will on preach Sunday of whom were present at the funeral. Jacksonville, Fla., Deo. 201907. ( to expectations and
,. They are !Mrs. James C. JDurrenoe, Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, up of Furniture and
: morning. Miss Ella, and Mrs. Dr. O. H. Mayo, |
cii State Health OIHoer, { 1 wish to thank you for
w Next Sunday, Jan. 19th Is the and William, Fred B. and Rev. Jacksonville, Florida.
n& ; birthday of Uen. Robert K. Lee and Ben]. }o'. Ureen. To the bereaved Dear Doctor:- your patronage. I' .1 I Furnishings in the City

' a state holiday. It will be observed widow and surviving children the I bog to inform you that the sample ( of ,
: i. in Palatka on Monday, and the 1 sympathy the people of the entire of water collected from the waterworks With compliments .

f1 banks'wlll be closed for business on county is !given in their.loss. Deceased plant at Palatka, Florida, ) the 1 remain
. that day.F. was 01 years of age. and submitted by Dr. E. S. Crlll, has t season, 1m i 313-215-31: I
w I C t M. R. Lemon Street.
been examined with the following Yours
truly : ,
J. Fearnslde spent a portion of What is Tie Choral Club? result ,
' : : Palatka.
the week In Jacksonville and St. Au
ij To the Public Volume of chlorine i.
:- per 100,000 partsof i I
the former attend
Iustlne-at place The Choral Club Is a non-sectarian water.--. . 0.002 Miss Kate Lucas. eeeeeee..eeE.
a meeting of the stockholders of eeeeeee..eEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
ing organization holding itself lu readiness Number of bacteria per 1 cubic cc

; the Florida Life Insurance Co. to Instruct, direct; or assist Its centimeter. . H . ... H 00No H Fine! Millinery\ 1Ij'w) --- ----- ----- --- -- -- -- ----
afr I An Item from our Lake Como correspondent members along any lines relevantto Intestinal bacteria were Isolated.
which came too late for voice culture. The music of the Although the foregoing facts serveto and:! Notions. 1i}) I"I'IIII: .IJJlln'' IIIIJjIlJlr'lillllJllIII1I1'all:; _'\\.:: IIIIDIII'JlllU"'IIII' I8: -

cc Incorporation into the regular letter club will be mostly confined to oratorios establish the purity ot the water
: from that place Is to the effect that the shadow of doubt our -, t
'. and chorus singing. Every beyond a
cc 3 ', a little daughter! was born to !Mr. and church cbolr lu the city should belong policy has always been to confirmthe 'tr = .j:2..We: : f\irriskComplete i

Mrs. D. B. Kay bon of that place In to it. A pianist and vocal Instructor result by subsequent examina _. .
Jacksonville, this week. Mr. Ray. will be employed at a salary. tions. We, therefore, request that Vrhate and -
Dajtonu Hospital
w bon .is the popular merchant and The Initiation fee and monthly dues another* sample be submitted and I IJ f4. .:.'t& t our'House

pli postmaster at Lake Como. will be as low as possible, merely to with this in view, we are forwarding BABY BERJSICE. Sanitarium.ICvory 11
hat the of the a sterile bottle today's mall and i if ''' ,
; W. O. Tilghman Las had the flat cover running expenses by r"' f .:
Murray Comedy Company, facility for tho 1 trtmtmontami .
k club. Additional monies needed can respectfully request that It be fill- ; proper J1 'A:'
In his brick block on Lemon street euro of mutllciil und mirKUitl I CIIMUHKloctilcitl .
g fitted up In fine shape for dwelling easily be raised by the club's talent.lurplu"ge ed and returned to the laboratory as Howell Theater Jan. 20-26. ; ,nppllHiu', tiulniKl imrtMfl <|UletHiirroundliiKii. = '
.Ja and the will be for being given to some pab- early as possible. HpHLliil "''''1111011 K'V"II to ; -
purpose same ;nil Terniflon No, MHutoml
1iu ,- lie institution. Very truly yours, At the In Jacksonville putliinU. nppllLiitlou. fcl VltlA*
rent the first of February. This new opening night A\e.ln>lonii.,
th dwelling flat has had sewer connections This club l Is to be to Palatka's musical HOWARD S. HOLLOWAY, this week the "utandlng room I>rl, u. A. )HLOCK I'I; 11. II"WE. =
personel what the Board of Assistant Bacteriologist. only" sign was forced out early. The .t'b"I, ,' ma InuUurgn.
7 made and all modern Improvements aud you can take a whole year to pay the bill. Only a small
Trade to Its commerce the Athletic Duval to the doois. The Li
; packed
th make
added and will most
comfortable home for some family. Association to Its physical, and In compliance with request of the Times-Union said of the performance Notice.The payment required at the< time of purchase and the balance in [

... the Woman's Fornlnhtly Club to Its Health Office for other samples Dr. next day: email weekly or monthly payments to suit your convenience.My .
annual of the Stockholders -
.j Rev. and Mrs. J. J. MoMasters ol Intellect. Lend your support to thisas Drill forwarded In the bottles fur- "Angle, the Country Girl a four- meeting
day fI'-,,( ,LI the Florida Rescue Association at you do to the others. nished by that office the required act comedy drama was the opening of the Belden Cypress Door Companywill great success i is due largely to the fact that I guarantee I.
be held at the office of the
beh <.. Tampa are In the city and will conduct 'To-morrow night at 7:30: the final samples with the following equally bill, and It apparently pleased every cotripiiii
.an'' .II ; the morning service at the Baptist meeting for organization and enroll- gratify Ing result: one. The company Is too wellknownhere In Palntka, Plan la, on Friday. February Everything as Reprasentad or Money' Refunded.
7th,1908 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
church and the evening service ment ol members will be held in the Executive Office, ) to need any extended notice, -
p.l"\ >. at St. James M. K. church next Sun- Sunday school ball of St. Marks State Board of Health of Florida and sufice It to say that the performance OEO. B. SEtDBtr Tresldent.KOTICE. 1 Jr. Lemon 8t'J

/, day. They are known.. the Rescue Episcopal church. If you are far- Joseph Y. Poter, M. D. was fully up to the standard set ---- --- -, Jw rl. Yelverton paiatka.im
CI b :;, Evangelists and are doing a noble- seeing enough to judge the -value of State Health Officer. last year.. ,

} : work among the lowly.- this organization come to the meet- Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 13 1008. "Between the acts high-class vaudeville U1II'J..i1ILJII11mrmwm.1tJIIW1IIIlwneM\flllllIi'JlllliII1I' :; ;; ; : \! I'iIIIir': :met

!J Realizing that the Married Ladies ing tomorrow night and help us decide Dr. E. S. Crlll, specialties were Introduced, We have made arrangements for

OfJ I., : Leap Year ball at the Armory next what is best for Palatka, best Palatka, Fla. including moving pictures, banjo cold storage of pork, hams and shoulders ...----- -- --------------,----------- ----
Tuesday night will prove a drawing for you and best for me. Dear Doctor:- playing, Illustrated songs acrobatic and will furnish Information
cull ,'. AN OFFICER. and dancing features and Nalada as to the preparation of the pork I II
attraction to the married society
hand herewith
ing I belt to you a copy '
me "\ of the Kalbflek and company in the Earl Rugby (desired If II's You're After
people city Manager of the report or the laboratory upon Quality
Shade Trees.
Must Trim spectacular act. 13-27-41: PALATKA' Icu FACTORY ,
OUI\\ Rays that he Is going to see that the specimens of water, submitted for

\ Murray Comedy company does the The trimming of shade trees In the analysis, from which you will see the Remember Singer Sewing Machine.Not .
Pu. proper thing for the younger set at streets of Palatka l Is a prerogative of bacterial 1 count is far within the permissible A Sale That Makes Good. NOTICE.
ly n. the theater that night. property owners, some of whom have number In potable water. The big January clearing sale of only for quality, but for up-to-date construction tba
. In th} Grooms left Satur- objected in times past at the inartistic Also the volume of chlorine Is quite dry goods inaugurated by the Earn I nm at Mrs. Grooms' store, coriifc SINGKR has been ta the lead for years-always Just a little better
Ella V.
nlshe Mrs on In which it had been done by and Lemon and 7th St., for a short white, .
Savannah Ga. way small, altogether there is no est Company in this city on Saturday than the rent 3
' Audit, i i day afternoon for of the 'deaththis the authorities.The evidence of contamination.Very the llth, and which i is to continue repairing Stoves, Furniture, Upholsterlng. The SINGER possesses advantages which you may not know,
there account
called I
and ci I father Mr. Oeo. Pollard. Mr. city council has recently ordered truly yours, through Monday the 27th. is Painting and llronza woik but we would l be pleased to snow you-because we are in the Sewing
rf .of her Palalkaumadee that the trees be trimmed JOSEPH Y. PORTER, proving one of the most attractive Short time only. N. F. KEARN8.: Machine business and we know It from' top to bottom because we
Pollard was a will to again and has Instructed Chlef-of- State Health Officer ventures of the kind ever witnessed intake our' living at It. The SINUER may be seen at the establishment \
books <'] : some years ago. and be remembered Police llagan to notify property own- In this city. See Or a In leer for groceries. Beat i In of K. O. EARLES, 417 Lemon St. Palatka, Fla., who will be

with Joseph
that laLTha. Hagan says that if this work is done carried to all departments, and Is nil CASH or CREDI
friends all of whom will sorrow Health I
host of !State Officer
within the next ten days the author- that was and still Is promised by the
Notice !
; \ i In learning of his death. ities will not interfere; otherwise Jacksonvlle, Florida. company In Its liberal advertising.. W. JACKSON, Salesman and Collector, Gainesville, Fla.RALATKA .

begin aj Wm. P. Craig of Orange, N. J., they: will have to. Dear Doctor:- While the prices have been mi attraction For Change of Voting Place In Klectlou :
I to second i
at the/ and general manager beg report upon a sam and have contributed muchto Precinct No. 17 Putnam
former ,
president !
of water submitted for examination __ _
pie ...
nlghtfpanyj -
of the old Palatka & Heights Murder at Rodman. Dr. E. S. Crill of the success of this sale, its real County, Fla. -
street ,railway system writes the As a result of a quarrel between Florida by success will be found due first, to the Notice Is hereby given that at a S- + T -----:== '
newsv .' News that he will visit Palatka before Wilson Dowell and Cane Pink. : confidence which this company hall regular meeting of the Board of = tns.rc.
Bacterial count 86 eaoh cubic .
Is rep per J-U h.s.=rmQ.cr e;
many days. Mr. Craig comes to both negroes at Rodman Tuesday centimeter. established with the people. The County Commissioners of Putnam
all to attend the annual meeting of his morning, the former is dead and Volume chlorine 0:002 goods ore on hand as advertised, and County, Fh ., held November 6th, FL.ORIDA.
man) to be held February 1st.here. per 100,000 the Is found 1UO7 It ordered that the !
:. company on the latter is In the county jail charged of water. quality always an repre- was voting
"panY't ---. .-WhiU the railway is not now doing! with wilful murder. parts No Intestinal bacteria l Isolated. sented. place In Precinct No. 17, Putnam Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
the Is still In During all of the week the Fla.. located at Mun
50 oe'i. business, corporation The quarrel took place early lu the Very trulyyour., past County, as now Patents.
store has liad stream of Mills, be anlls
steady hereby
existence. a roes changed
'4 morning. Eye witnesses do not (Signed) H. L. HOLLOWAY, PRESORIPTIONS CAREFULLY
ji4 Mrs. B.- S. Weathers of know what it was about. They only Assistant customers, and extra clerks have to be located at Johnson /Station in COMPOUNDED
of tt Mr. and heard the each other Bacteriologist. been needed to wait on the trade. said Prpclngt No. 17, In Putnam. rBEBR (OABDEN SUED. assets. Mallorr Btmunahlp linn.
men cursing ,
In the tor day
maul early Tampa in were the week on city their return a and heard Plnkney say "All right, What Is the true significance-ol '1'hlsl8a rare thing to see in Palatka I County, Fla. .:<:: !:. -.
urb, back this this that the In January. By order of Board of County Com
the we'll cut it out. Plukney was analysis Simply ,
home from a wedding trip -- ----------- ---- -- --f
by a "" time "volume chlorine of The company occupies one entire mlHsioners. JOSEPH PRICE *fc
east coast. Mr. Weathers was formerly of Dowell at the but drew his 0:002: per 100-
day t I a popular clerk In the O.and knife and rushing for his victim cut 000 parts of water," means practically page of the News again this week [Seal] Clerk. Man's House
or me I Loper Bailey Co. here. He Is now him In the back of the neck Dowell total abstinence of all decaying and our readers will du well to scan Dec. Well, 1907. SOtl. (

;;' connected with one of the national had not drawu a knife and had madeno animal or vegetable matter In the the Jtems and prices. u.ee-l'l

' was" b>> banks In Tampa, and some two resistance. But after be was cut supply, and that there; Is absolutelyno There will, of course, be attempts FOIl SALE-Two2 story cottages, ?"n Is His CastleIt
Cyrus weeks ago married Miss Mildred he went Into the house and securing intestinal bacteria, such as germsof at an Imitation of Earnest company 7 rooms and kitchen, douliln pIazzas

now Beckwlth a charming and accomplished a pistol, came out again. He did typhoid or malaria In the water. methods doing business, but such on front, 1-Htory piza, at rcnr with

boy I .:. young lady of that city. Mr. not fire it, but before he had made Surely the people of Palatka are to efforts not only do not fool anyone, shed room and, closet; mrtnl, roofs; should le 1 fortified< protected I I
the o. -. Weathers family home Is at Ocala ten steps fell to the ground, wherehe be congratulated upon the purity of but emphasize the value to the community good locution, ; rents for $12 per ,month 'CUSTOM : CRAD7BO' with good Tea houses, I
of actual sale of standard paint an
'p" expired In a few moments, as a re- their new municipal water. an each will ln sold cheap. Inquire
Dr I\J\ A. L. Glass, former division superintendent suit of the wound inflicted by Plnk- merchandise at out prices. \Ver. fvgamon premises, 5th street burnt up by dow decay, from not
ep..ehll ingtoui of the A. C. L. iVy who ney's knife. Bank Officers Elected.At The Earnest Company met with near Lmnoii.: 1-8 It. "inll properly .intedto every one
recently settled with his family in The bystanders secured Plnkney Instant success in Palatka and its TS that I.dastroyed by fir,. And yet it
make. : : .' Palatka, has accepted a position ns and telephoned Sheriff Howell, who a meeting of the stockholders of popularity has Increased steadily Dr.; Armstrong SpecialIst All Costa but lilt e to keep houae well
td. I 4 the Putnam National Bank of Palat-
:( traveling representative for a St, with Justice Rowton went Immediately with the passing months. Remember forms of eye trouble, any forms of painted If the right kind of paint
ber of ka Tuesday, the following officers
house, with the state this sale continues all next week
Louis Jewelry to Rodman, where an Inquestwas nervousniui and headache overcome U uicil. The best painter in the
ollly c' and directors were elected for the ensuing -
hI toe of Georgia as his special territory. held. 'l'he jury found that Dowcli's : without drugs and cross eye world cannot do s good 1 Job with
Glass left Wednesday to begin year Arch Masons.At .
Mr. death was due to a knife wound : straightened/ without knife or
Wilt t. PrBsldent-Geo. E. Welch, M. D. Joor point but give good painter
work. He has had several ;
r 'new Inflicted by Plnkney who l is charged Hon. Tho Doctor can be .
: seen -
.Jan. Itlicense otters In connection with rail- Vice President. H. Wilson.Cnsbier a regular convocation of Putnam personally
with wilful murder. Jan. 22d, one.day only at Ar-
T. B. Merrill. No.9
.i'' way work but this business oppor Sheriff Howell brought the mur- Asst. Cashier-Charles Burt. Masons chapter held in Masonlo hall, the llngtun Hotel 1-10-21 =>ATTorrsPAINTS
years Is one that has long been j
,n' multi derer to the city and he Is now in
eases : The directors elected are: Ueo. E. following officers were elected for
knocking at his door and he felt that
trial. The murderer is
fitting '.. offered advantages. He Jail waiting a Welch, M. D., W.. H. Cyrus, M. D. the year 1K! >8!, viz: E. 10. Haskell,
It many about 23 25
to A Salt
".ollcll will still make Palntka his home. young victim man of older years 85! Martin Grlilln, F. b.: Hodges, F. H. II. P., Berbert Crook, K., }o'. C.Cochrune Feeder. .
His -
was perhaps
Palatl Wilson. A. M. Rust and T. B )Merrill. S. Oeo. E. Gay, Trims ,
Bev. Father John O'Brien of Fer- years. Neither had families. Dr. Welch succeeds A. K. Wilson Chas. K: Rowton, Sue,
former pastor of The cause of this murder was not You should see it i if ,
Wi nandina, a popular to the presidency, and A. M.
\ t.l; St. Monica's Catholic ohurch In thisMr whiskey. Neither bad beau drink.tog. Rust succeeds Mr. Wilson on the di- Look Out For Cold.

) .: city has bean elected editor of The _ rectorate. Martin Griffin succeedsthe received have a Cow
IntendIn 'I Florida Catholic to succeed Rev Contest.The late Judge J, C Vertrees on the C'i! E. Ouy a telegram you or an,! you will nirely get a Job that
Flo. Father Veale resigned. Father Wet or Dry Election board and In addition to being a director yesterday afternoon from the government will look well and wear well.

blmse.way ', -r O'Brien will, of course, still continue demurrer filed by the board of Mr. F. H. Wilson assumes the weather bureau, giving Horse. It is wonderful.At They ore economical paint became

_ a i .\ I.. pastor at Fernandlna, his editorial county commissioners to the bill to additional duties of the vice presidency warning' of a freeze which would EVERY woman of tasteappreciate they cover *o much more
On \ duties being Just so much additional set aside the local option election in These are the only changes. prevail over Northeast Florida. to. turfaca mid mat *o much longer
will b -". work placed upon his broad shoulders. this county held on September 80th, p.5Clearnberlain's & night. Keep your lamps trimmed the hand than ordiiyiry paint They are
ness i.J'{ I The Florida Catholic is bound last, was argued before Judge Wills and burning, the government may bit finished, custom-made shoe told by reputable retailers whoil

going' .. to leap forward under his guidance, at Htarke on Wednesday. Won. S. Cough Remedy a Safa right. _ John T. Bond's buuiaes iciitenca depend upon
But hand ,, for Father O'Brien Is one of the intellectual J. Hllburn and Capt. K. Noble Oal- Medicine. for Children. FROM THE ANTILLES. but few care to pay the the continued patronage; of latit-

Ii l') I 4,' giants of Florida, and bonn of this city appeared for the III buying( a cough medicine for children extravagant price. lied cuatomera. Oct Color Carol
TATlMr. whether It be the church or the state commissioners and Hon. H. H. never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Benefitsa Racket Store. and Information from
i that engages his pen, what he writesfuture lluckman of Jacksonville and Uen- Cough Remedy. There is no dana Our
will /KO to the point direct in terse eral John E. Marshall of this city .T from it. and relief I la always sure to City Councilman at Kingston. ---._ "Queen Quality"$4.OO

PROKPRES. English, honest and convincing. argued for the cause of booze. Judge follow. Ill l I. Intended especially for Jamaica. Custom Grad. ceroQ-81eahI hull CO.Palatks

""s.t -i', .'' The Grand Lodge of Masons for Wills reserved his decision. doughs colds, croup and whooping Mr. W O'Reilly Fogartv who Is a Good Workmanship Boot offer its advantages .

? the state of Florida\ will meet In Mr. and Mrs. Wm. U. Tilghman cough and there Is no better medicine member of the City Council at Klngoton; but Florida.
Hasmen In the world for these diseases. It la at moderate ,
'e Jacksonville next Tuesday the 21se gave a reception at their home lost Jamaica West Indies writes follows: price. ...-
0. the Grand Lode not only a certain cure for croup but. One bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Prompt Service.
The delegates to ; evening In honor of Rev. and Mrs -
what.a from Palatka who will attend are R Howard DuMll. The reception was when given as soon.. the croupy cough Bemad7 had good effect on a cough that That'g why they have Notice of City Taxes.

IMI) that H. Cooper Chas. Jo;. Rowton and for the purpose of permitting the appear.. will prevent the attack. was Ivlng ran. trouble and I think I That's what you get when you jumped\ into favor. '
with", bl Herbert Croofcr Judge K. E. Has pfople to meet the new pastor and Whooping cough Is dangerous when should hove been more quickly relieved I ha,.. j-.mr' nun and Locksmithwork instant City taxes for 1807 are now PW11at
cities (of koll will\ 'pr..lde over the Grandnouimc his wife socially this remedy is given as directed. It if I had continued the remedy That It and Bicycle and !Sowing the offloe of the city tax ooiieert I ITaxs

their n' Lodge as M. V.'. Grand Master, an contains no opium or other harmful was beneficial and quluk In relieving me I !Maohli repairing" done at E. O. HERBERT CROOK not paid by January 1. will I 1
.' otOca be has filled for the past year At a special meeting of the city drug and may be given as confidently there Is no doubt and If Is my Intention ft A R LS! '. subject to penalty of one per '"V" I
1\01 r. 3 and to which, should precedent pre council on Monday night, called forth to a baby a* to an adult. For sale by to obtain another hotter," For sale by 1'1'FOR per month Winning October I* '

latkaytha... vail. he will be re-elected for anotherto purpose. arrangements were Aokermau-Stewart. Drug Co. Aukcruuan Btewart. Drug Co \V. always please our patronswe -, Tax: payers may act 50cordiflgtl' If
'old It Is expected that a large made for the purchase of 66 feet oil ... I olin please you. Com and Office hours U to 13 a. tn >>'
th' j : term. Of local Masons will visit the corner of block 8-the Walter Itching piles provoke profanity Most disfiguring skin, eruptions, see bl... lUOp. m. A. '1'. TRIAT'City
and tilt .nd Lodge on Wednesday, tbs Thomas estate. This will permitthe but profanity won't cure them. surofnln, plinpl. rnh '*. otu., sri BALE Tax ColleolOr.
FBI the Or straightening of Water street at dti" to blood. Burdock CIIEAP-A fins es- -
Mr. '
of the session, as it Is onthis Doane Ointment cures Itching E. O. -ablished
latks fi .. -second day the ceremonial of lay. ,he corner of Reid St. The consideration bleeding or protruding piles after Blood fluti.. l 14 rlennnliiu blood EARLS log in grocery business and dwell O.teopatb'
Dr. Ella X. Quinn
day Is that the city will the A big bargain! for "
of the 'IUO.- pave of suiTerlng. At tonlo. you ele..r-evecJoloQr- tr
source new j
year drug
stone any disease
Ins the corner I .0mebodT. Con'ule' a. 11, 8t. ansn.without ,
block BURT
QOO Masonlo Temple will b. observed. Wate street front of this store. i brained clear-skinned 417 Lemon at. Palatka, Fla, latf.. ( drugs). "


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