The Palatka news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075922/00112
 Material Information
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: February 21, 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
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00112
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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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tbe meeting of the city council Miss Faith Leonard -
Tuesday night It wait-stated. that M. C.-Remington Squad teacher In our school at, her assistant moth Issues Call For County Primary
Messrs. W. H. & T. F. Thomas of er's In arid Fixes Assessments.
Give an Exhibit on RiverFront Hastings, being sick with la
Ualnpsvllle sureties on the bond of grippe. Miss Grace I* teaching In
Mr. Petre, bed been In the city and her The county democratic executive:
: place committee met at the court house
RESOLVED decided Unit they would go on and '
Not only local sportsmen, but a Thursday morning at 11 o'clock
complete the unfinished sidewalk Miss Margaret Miller, acoompanlec and
NE NEVER/ TOLD A LlET coutinuts on Kirby, Laura. Kirkland large gathering of ladle and gentlemen by D. M. Moore drove to Palatka, was called to order promptly by
of this city enjoyed an exhibit Friday afternoon to Mis chairman Joieph Price. J. N.Black- t
AND WE SHOULD ALL BE and FI fill stivets" Mr. Petra bring Ada
;. Dan been absent from the city since of trap shooting and other feats Miller home to spend Sunday Miss well, secretary of the committee
THE J'/vnc. A SUCCESSFUL the week bef tie Christmas, when ho of marksmanship given Tuesday af Miller la private teacher to Mlsa Helen called tbo roll. There was a quorum.. ;
what U known as the mid Muster Tom Because of the rule forbidding candidates
went to California to spend the holidays "Southern Tllghmau.
ra MERcNANT CFWTAFFOf 01br with relatives It was stated Squad now engaged in to nerve on the committee
f he making a tour of the leading cities Geo. Duncan went to Jacksonville Chairman Price resigned an also did
MIS REPRESENT/WD Avmi wee taken 111 whlleVon this
visit. I N and towns. of the south in the Inter Friday on business, returning Saturday several other who navej>r will become
CCESSfUL/NERCNANTDOES/ : The board ordered all of the second eats of the Union Metallo Cartridge candidate.
NOT/IISREPRESaII certificate of Indebtedness due and Itemlngton Arms companieR A party of boys out hunting Sat- B'. J, Fearnstdo was nominated for
Mr. Petre to be paid, when It fell Tha exhibit took place at the O. S. urday found the home of a bear, chairman. Mr. Fearnslde balked. ,
? f4 9uS1>:R. owN. : due on the 20th.() This amounts to &!; F. depot on the river front. Mr. and Mrs. Bruin being absent, but the committee was Insistent and
2181.02) and Clerk, IBlackwell made The trap shooting was. done by they kidnapped two of the children, he accepted.The .
r out the warrant yesterday. Clipt. Tom. A. Marshall Col. 'r..J. bringing them to Francis following gentlemen were add
The oidlnauoe Anthony W. H. Hear Oeo. W. Maxwell ed to the committee from precinct. ;
amending or.
/ dinettes relative to numbering house and Frank :K. Butler, and their Rev. D. W. Moore of Dover N. J., where there were vacancies. Mo. 1.
was passed and Is ready for the work wee marvelous. preached a fine sermon in the M. E. Paul C. Smith ; No. 6, U. O. Middleton -
major' approval.' They were followed by Annie church Sunday morning. ; No. 7, T, F. Baker; No. B. J. B.,, !
Alderman John H. Merryday ten- Oiikley who ranks n* the greatest of Last Tuesday evening Mrs. S. S. Robert; No. 11, M. Dixon; No. pi.
tiered hU. luHignutlon IIH alderman all women attraction yours she Browning, assisted by her charming U. H. Browning; No. 27, R. E. Pad-
lion) the Second ward, the name to was the lending In BulJalQHili's daughter Miss Edna, entertained aparty gett.J. .
take effect,on March 4th. '1'herea- Wild Went show and many of young folks, none over fifty D. Point. W. A. Russell and +,
son given by Mr.-Merrydny 1 18 that he will remember. her remarkable feats belllg invited After the guest had Nathan Price were made member of '
dour not now reside in the ward he from horseback, shooting lit both all assembled they were given a pen the executive committee at large,
f er repiesents. moving and still objects.. She, has oil, penny and list of questions, the also to fill vacancies.

The gas. committee which has had answers to be found ou the penny A campaign committee was au-
t under consideration five separate Then Messrs. Geo Duncan and D. thorized it to be composed of the
proposal for street lighting from the W. Moore auctioned otf some tokensIn chairman and secretary of the executive -
) : Palutkn, One Light; Fuel company u very pleasing and entertaining committee and five other mem-
; reported in favor of accepting the manner fabulous prices being pale bnr*. The five selected were W. M.
"11 loon light" schedule submitted, for some of the treasures. The am- Williams, W. F. Roger, W. A. Ru.-
Bell, J. D. Point and R. H. Brown-
but on a monthly lather than on a usemerits were Interspersed with f
Car hT'lrY.' nw/- yearly contract basis. The matter music rendered by the accomplished ing.
T'o- was referred buck to the committee, musicians Misses Anna Moore and A motion wa made and unanimously -
, eava,+avm+ rwi a aai..seu. WI U This I..f- 7 which will have power to accept I' Edna Browning Mrs. Jas. Vert. carried that the rule of the

m. --, such a contract. Miss Moore also recited In her pleasIng committee regardingqualifications
THE GREATEST THING GEORGE WASHINGTON It is therefore more than likely hIII manner. Dainty refreshments of candidates and elecrors -
that the street lights will be turned were served, and the guests departed be adopted and faithfully en
EVER. DID WAS To TELL HIS FATHER THAT HE : ou tonight, as the lighting company '', A 4 S' thanking their hostess for the pleasant forced.
shows a disposition to meet the city II ,g I k evening The pay of Inspector and clerk.
: CUT DOWN THE CHERRY TREE, HE SET A GOOD fully half way.Supper. was fixed at II.60 per day and mile-

EXAMPLE. IT IS EASY To TELL THE TRUTH arid Bazaar.The INTERLACHEN ITEMS.! ; age The at 10 following cents. assessment were

,. WHEN TELLING THE TRUTH WILL Do YOU No sisters of St. Joseph are goingto Interlachen Rent quite a delegationto fixed the primary upon for: Clerk candidate of Court entering$50

HARM, TELLING THE TRUTH ABOUT OUR SPECIAL vacant give a Ciuiova supper and store a bazaar on Lemon In the $ '! H. the Corthell State, Mrs.Fair H.at Tampa S. Foster: Mrn., Mis J. Sheriff, $50; County Judge, $50; Superintendent -; -..

of Schools$40; Tax Collector .,,,, ,
SALE AT A DISCOUNT or 333 PER CENT. : street on the nights of March 2d and (I Savage Foster, and Mrs.Albert Helen Weher Franck B.of B. $ali; County Treasurer $35; ,
Hd. were a
:. WILL DO US GOOD, AND YoU .GooD. IT HELPS ': It Is a long time since the sinters t EiA.j'!yKK : party leaving at noon, Tuesday. In Tax Legislature Assessor, $86$15;i.;Representative Supervisor of

larentertaimnent In the line of popu ; O. E. Parmelee of Lodi;Ohio, is a Registration, tlO; County Cnmmlsslonere. -
and they are only guest of his sister l Mrs. W. B. Fol- Members of School Board
doing so now because of 'necessity.The 43o '% iA lansbee, at Mannville. and Justices of Peace $2.
paving and sidewalks orderedby ,
The oommltteeman from each din
YOU TO SECURE CHOICE GOODS AT UNHEARDoF the city embraces the conventropeity KI t W. L.Shrler, salesman from Jacksonville trlct will be Instructed to elect four
for. was a guest at the Lake
und this must be paid lames for Inspector and clerk and
PRICES.YES, WE "DID IT WITH OUR LITTLE ;. The supper and bazaar is to raise ;4 1'R View. Mr. Shrier is one of the old end them to the chairman or seere-
money to help pay for these public ,0 time drummers, making this place tary by the 15th of March.
': regularly for number of
HATCHET. Improvements. The sisters are be- a year Among the members present from

ing assisted by -L the ladies(f of.. St._ ..1UUt.eM\\lWtl of',Crescent City out of the city were J. O. Melcer,
p. Monicas conR-Mfc{ ?.nJ'9 ThS"" *" made his usual stop here7mUUR: our Fruitland; J.Mac N.Bard, Norwalk;
This is our Program for February : : every assurance that'1RIo.. supper and merchants up to date goods. iVi! .. F. Rogero, San Mateo; W. M.
; bazaar will be equal to anything Willlamg,Welaka; A. M. Padgettand
r ever attempted In this line. S. J. White State Evangelist of T. J. Rogers Qrandln J. N.
Citizens generally\ will rally to s the Christian church, Is here holdinga Hall, Bestwick B. Orange
Everything in the shape of heavy weight ;. make It a grand financial success. series of Interesting services. !, Mills, and R. H.:i; Browning B.Dancy, Francti." .

Mrs. S. J. Townsend one day last
Music Teachers Convention.There .
week gave a "Mother's party" in Not a Cfc.ndida.te.
c goods will'go this month at a discount of \ will be a convention of the honor of her mother who Is a "shut
music teachers of the State of Florida n" In the far north-all the ladles To the Democrats of Putnam Co

nt St. Augustine February 2 -26- ANNIE OAKLEY were elderly and in a way "shut- Up to some ten days ago I fully
33] Per Cent. 27, 1\)08, This convention will be us'1 oc: would be if anywhere but In expected to be a candidate for reelection
e held under the auspices of the Saint 'given exhibition shoots before nearly the "sunny south." to the House of Representatives -
Cecilia Club of tit.: Augustine, for every European monarch, and received but since the meeting of the
t a beautiful gold medal from G. E. Glllett and Master Ed are
the puiposeof organizing: a permanent 'state executive committee and the
State Muslo Teachtrs Association. King Edward of England Inscribed circulating In Palatka. fixing of the primary date, I hare
This is considerably less than actual New Some fine programs will be "Tha finest shot I have ever seen." The concert and refreshments decided otherwise.
j given by the best musical talent in In her exhibit here she performed given by the Epworth League on My decision has been based solely
the state. All teachers and music many difficult feats, hitting flying "Friday night at the town hall was a on the fact that I cannot afford to f
York cost. February is the month of Bargainsat : lovers are Invited to attend. Those objects In the air with rifles. of both delightful affair and very profitable the time from my business ab
and email calibre. this
siring further Information can obtain large After the entertainment tbe usual season to make the necessary
the game by addressing* the Capt. Tom Marshall Is wellknownto 'cleaning up was necessary and on canvass of the various precincts In
the chairman of the Committee on State the shooting fraternity the only 'Tuesday E. T. Redding had his corpsof company with the other candidate
Organization Mrs. Noel Wallace man who ever won the Grand American workers In there and it's safe to This decision was made known l
flier, No. 19 Cordova "'Street St. Augustine Handicap twice. He was captain say, the floors were never cleaner early to those gentlemen In my home
:; .... Fla. of the American team which While the ladles of the V. other
., I. S. and precincts who were originally -
traveled abroad and never experienced held their Innings on the two dozen responsible for my successful
etipatlon.! a defeat. windows and the new shades went candidacy of two year ago-a deols-
Col. J. Anthony Is one of the up, and our hall is In a first class Ion based upon a reason which I also
fEARNSIDE CLOTHING and strengthened the bowels., so thatthey best known of Southern shooters. shape-ready for the Virginia Dinner feel should be explained to the
have been regular ever since. W. H. Heer is of
: regarded as one Feb. 22nd.: many voters and friends iu all part.
-A, E. Davis grocer, Sulphur the greatest trap shooters of the day. of the county who have urged ando
Tex. has record Rev. F. W. R. Arthurs of Federal
Springs, He the of Hfl B per cent whom I have given reason to behave -
Point conducted the. services of the
out of 15.000 targets shot at during
I would be candidate.
,a Thro Queer Thln,,". 190(1( the highest yearly averageever Episcopal church on Sunday i..i'. at fence. this public again abandonment a of
11 and 2 o'clock. The church has
The curious things which occur In made. effort for further honors at
Geo. W. Maxwell who has had the been painted and renovated and services your
the world on a given lay would no hands at this time. +
doubt If collected excite tbo wonder of misfortune to loose his left arm, is will be conducted every third Wx. A. BCSSBLL.
nevertheless of the best marksmen Sunday by Rev. Arthurs.
: : Vet In one -
; COMPANY the most Incredulous a single
newspaper there was recently found In the country. He has made C. M. Ward of Athena Ga., has County CaonpaJgn Opens.The .
c an account of a woman wbo was such, high marks as l>7 and 08 percent Joined his wife Mrs. Ward Is now
. ill at the home of her ion, E. T. campaign In Putnam county
guilty of so Infamous a proceeding a* Frank E. Butler Is known wherever Redding. I. now open.Elsewhere. $
. ; going to sleep at a shop while the assistant there are sportsmen. He has traveled In this Issue of the
was In the act of showing her widely and shot in nearly all Tickets are now selling for the V. News will be found several announcement
some dices 'stuffs, accompanying the foreign countries aa well as the leading r. S. dinner on Saturday cent a of candidate for 1
Palatl Itiese Individuals. held the championship of New. Jersey New yesterday and the majority of
r his home tate. them late In the; This
day. -
The second related the acuteness of No Seat-No Money.
These were the members of the ed ithe possibility of our giving to i?
two tramps who conceived tbe Idea of squad which so entertained the people "Mr. E. W. Irvine, candidate for these candidate the notice which
going to a fancy dress ball In their of Palatka last Tuesday.The railroad commissioner boarded an the importance of the office to which
& ordinary attire. As may be Imagined, purpose of the squad !la to Atlantlo Coast Line passenger train they aspire, or the candidate thent-
hey: devoted the best part of their stimulate an Interest In trap shooting last Saturday at' Plant City for selves, deserve. Hence we have
time to a serious Inroad on the resources and to demonstrate the .Reming Tampa, but was unable to secure a postponed this pleasant work until
of the supper room, much' to ton Autoloading rifle the abot nun: eat because of the crowd already next week. In the meantime other
which utilizes the recoil to cock aboard. Mr. Irvine refused to will come In.
Real Estate For Sale.Fine the amusement of the whole party eject and re-load the double gun are, declaring that the law expressly pay- At the present appearance of thing
who D8tl1l'nlly thought they wel'eguests and the new Remington pump gun. provides that no fare shall be demanded campaign in this county promise
who bad been Invited to the They also demonstrate U. M. C.! Arrow when a seat cannot be sup- to be a good naturedly warm one,
two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. entertainment and who baring made and Nitro club shot shells. The plied. The conductor was Insistent with no dearth of candidates.A .
themselves up with exceptional skill l squad came to Palatka. to advertise ror payment of the fare, which the '
lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. Half for their assumed parts, were carrying the above arm and shells, but their entleman; finally paid under protest Card From Mr. Bullard. 1

cash,* aIance at 7 per cent. out tbe Idea of the characters they advertising made a pleasant pastimefor taking receipt for it, declaring that MoMeekln. Feb. 17, 1908.

M 7m GRADE Small farm of about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, represented' for the purpose of the jest. Ml the who exhibition witnessed trap the hooting.In shooting. ourts.he would" carry the matter Into the Editor PALATKA NEWS:

known as "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash' The third story was that of an ab- Charles Sands of this city was invited The above Item taken from the Please find enclosed my card as a t'
from Palat sentminded young woman who was to participate and Mr. Sand Live Oak Democrat la not all poll. candidate in the coming primary,
OOTSRY The Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 6 miles plating with a pair of scissors and made 21 out of 25, being one better Ics, by any means. Mr. Irvine ia and kindly allow me this statement i

ka, one mile of river frontage. proceeded to trim off her eyebrow than one of the visiting professionals. thoroughly familiar. with the railroad I find that It has been pretty well
sale quite %unconscious of what she was law of Florida respecting both Insulated over the county that I ,
Other properties both in the City and Country for on iolng,-roimon'g Weekly.Scores Cxtrsvaganoe. masenger and freight and a* a have sold out all I have In the coun-

easy terms. Apply HENRY S RUNZ.ls I heard of raveling salesman he has always ty and have quit the county. This
e> a story lately a bllf'hlaDder insisted on hi. rights. This matter Ie not a> fact but It I* because of the
who had been persuaded to buy will not be his first appearance as a general circulation of this story that
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; --- --- THE[ r PERFECT[ f[ I 'WAY. a ticket for a raffle. II. won the first complainant. before the courts or the I ani so early to announce.
aus> CUI! !Ul3lIIIIJIm !NJil l IUI JIM! prize, a bicycle but on being told of tate railroad. commission. He will I hundred In and near MoMeekln
his rood fortune Instead of hugging make a "hot" member of the com- one and forty-three acre of
IIIIlll! Ull : t !IIN1!! IBIahIL51 m himself with delight be said: "Weel mission, for the reason that he will I..nd.. and thirty-two acre In another
of Florida Citizens Have tbat'i Just ma luck buying two tickets stand for the enforcement of law part of the county. This, I think
Diamonds Watches and Jewelry/ I enough for me to own unless it wasmore
Learned It. when yln wad 'a' done. It's ;jlst a ax-
Qualifications cf Candidates.The fertile than it Is, and is, I ex-
If you sulfur from backache, II pence wasted. -Dundee People's Jour peot. more than the person own who

has made of attractive Jewelry at rea- There U only one way to cure It. nal. _____ campaign committee of the sso unfair as to circulate the above f
feature b en'
A The perfect way la to cure the kidneysA democratic party In Florida sitting report. k 1'
sonable cost. Taste and quality always; maintained. I Neglected Cold. Threaten Life.
bad brick meaDe nick kidneys. I In Jacksonville Tuesday issued the I therefore ask. the support of all
Neglect It, urinary troubles follow. [J'rODllbe Chicago Trlbuna.] official call for the primaries for who think I have heretofore done
Moderate Cost]Jewelry Moderate Cost Jewelry Doan's Kidney Fills! are made for kidneys .'Don't trine with a cold; Is good advice [May IDtb and June 16th and thus dl- my duty promising no more nor less
only for prudent men and women. It fined the qualification of candidate. than before. I have always tried tobe
woman of( taste FOR LADIES FOR MEN 8 B. Lemons, Clgarmaker living at may be vital In the case of a child. and electors: fair and do tbe work a* best Iould.

ppreciates the hand Oold Br000bes Bangle Oold Scarf Pine, Uold 311 Ashley street Tacorna, FI...., says! Proper food good ventilation, and dry 'Those' and only those persons Respectfully,
used Doan'a Fllla and warm clothing are the proper safeguards hall be to become candidates
olet Oull LlnklSilk "I Kidney they permitted O. F.BULLASD.rUOTOGRArUS. .
custom-made shoe Bra Hatpins, Fobeb
cured me of backache and disorder of agelaetcolds. If they are maintained before or to vote at or partlcl-
w care to pay the Necklaces. Silver Purses Seal Finger Rlmge, Gold the kidneys. Two or three time. on through the changeable weather of autumn pate In the management of any primary .
Gold \\Vatch. =Watoh Chatne.Canes, account of the pain In my back 1 was winter and spring the chances ofa election held by the Demo-
,gant price. and Signet Rings, Eto. Umbrellas, Oold Studs. usable to'go to work for several days. surprise from ordinary cnlda will be ratio party In Florida, who are Belts A Son have opened up a New
,. The secretions of the kidney were In slight. But the ordinary light o.ild will white Democratic electors who declare York Photo Studio In the Moragne
"Qyeen .alty"Custom very bad condition dark In color and If become severe If neglected and a well their adherenoe to the prlnol Block Lemon Street Palatka. for mac*
Grade DIAHONDS AND OTHER OEMS allowed to stand{ would become of the established ripe cold Is to the germ of pals and organization of the Demo- log every kind of picture known. The
consistency of jelly. I tried various diphtheria what honey Is to tbe bee. cratlo party-national, state and newest fad that la all the craze la tbe
offer its advantagesa Solitaire and Cluster Ring, Brooches; Superb Stone I remedies, taking what seemed like gal- The drearest menace to child life at this ounty-who are by the law of the large cities are the Plng-Pong or Sump
moderate price. of the /finest cutting lOlls of medicine and I aleo put on plan- season of the year Is the negleote cold," tate lawful electors of the district Photo. We make !SO for 35o, and you
turn", but nothing helped me until I got Whether It IB a child or adult the cold In which they offer to .vote who have 5 different position. Everybody
Exclusive CUT GLASS f''""' Dunn's Kidney Pills upon the advice of slight or severe, the very beat treatment have paid their poll taxes legally has them. We also make Post Card
t'why they Patterns. t---r-- Workman.hlp.SM.ITH a friend of mine, and using them according tb >t can be adopted Is to give Chamber due: nob less than ten days before Photos for $1.75 per dosen. Cabinet
r into instant (favor., to directions they cured me In a lain's Cough Remedy. It Is, safe and such primary election la held .and Photos on Onset dull finish paper, finest 1t
very abort time." sure. The great popularity and Immense who shall when challenged by any arils, fine retouching for the small sum
the Jeweler. sale of this preparation has been lector upon oath ot1\ 00( per dc. eo. the same.. you pay
For >alo by all dealers. Price 60 cents.
_ ERT CROOKSf FoHter-MUBtiro <'0.. Buffalo New York, attained by it* remarkable cure of this before an inspector his honor to 15.00 and $'00 for elsewhere., lIdO
-w hdWg. sole agents for the United State aliment. A cold never results In pneumonia abide by and support the result of rayon Iu an elegant frame for fl.*0 and t
_ 1:=: Remember the/' name-Ooan';) *-and wheu It 1* given For sale by such primary"and vote for the nominees up. These price for a short time to
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THE PALATKA NEWS!';, :Editor W. B. Btorra of the D'aalafc '*- MELROSe MENTION. A Cw4M Cipher c.H. RECIPE- MIXED OFTEN I .....

Bre x* will lie coadklateor ,

Entered< at tn* Palatka. postoffie* tb' .*...Jater. from a Walton w. are still here awl forging cf Prisoner JaB often oanOned as* cipher In different code ID part com- Dtvt&t pTJ; ;; Simple flTMerrydayco.Dealers

maUabl ...... of tbe second ootuUy. He to oa. of tbe moet en1prl.ing abea4L musicattog WIth one anotber In lit* I II Home Mixture. ;
l .
S 4* __ F men la west Florid Kansas to* ,
All one people ar* rejoicing over I City Jan some vears ago remarkable stories are being
Pl9>IIsb.d at Palatka P1*.. oo jiobbsTrd. the fact that M*.,r*. Jackson official came acros* a bard on* A Some and among the country '
EThers t town InI
told abo
FrUa>.. or lbs man who ("raJx have secured a l.a*. of tbecanal feOow asmed Toner la for forgery .0iecomlng, loot this ..IDlplehom..made
write* tb* ""Philistine" It booked to between her and Waldo of the tovenleA tbe puatle The wrMn* wa* mixture curing Khenmattam -

.. ftUOBEUL. VICKER3.Tb lecture la St. Aaxtla. Friday H. A. --.. and a,. building floe .n .loos Barrow strip of paper, on the. and Kidney tronbl Her
t boat &ft. In length and U f..t In taking Materialof ]
Ignt the28tb lost. This the and part and directions for Crate
...._ IU3 man Hub- beam. Tbe propelling power will be edge of which were setter III be recipe well In I
... ,. '- bard baa given to tb. world maDl'ebolu. a gasoline engine of 80 bora power of letter* taat apparently bad no connection : Mix by' snaking Fluid Extractpsudelion. 5f'r

' .. TaJlalu .. Tm D.wocra& a., ten bite of philosopby.among constructed under tbe most modern and from' which no words tie one-half. onoune ounce compound Kinds.

MpporUolr Hon. Albert W. OUchriet -, the best, of which are' : "Folk method The boat U being; contracted could b* formed. One day a deputy Kariron. three ounce* CompQuna all
, with a view of aceoinodat-, who wa pusinc the cell of a prisoner Tkas a dose
for governor and other never do any more than they 1 Syrup Sarssparilla.
toaoy i Inl( both passenger and freight aerie saw him pasting a long- strip of paper after meals and at
t Influential jonroale tbrongbont the are paid for, never Kt paid for anymore *. and will be run on schedule around an octagon lead pencil. Ue one teaspoonful Fruit arid

. aUU are salnK: tooj things for the than they do." and, "U you time between this place and Waldo.giving took the"paper away sod on It were bedtime.No change need be made In ytir

oath Florida, ataUsmao. The want thing don. get a baa,. man S. A.as L.permanent connection withthe tbe mysterious scrawls that bad worried usual filet. but drink plenty. of good J

Stark. Telegrapb pate It tbls wIt to do It; hole tbe only man who baa eystem. tile keepers. Bat the deputy got water .

*Tb. KeaUemaa from DeSoto. Hon. the time." The Hoffman bons. 1* doing it* an Idea from tuts and, going back to This mixture writ* on.authorityIn "Vegetable"Wraps.
.. .. meat amount of business and giving leading( Philadelphia newspaper.has
t Albert W. -- -- to* office be wrapped the strip the
OilebrUt. seems to b.gaining ] tanest( excellent satisfaction. The a peculiar tonic effect upon p
strength dallj la bis ra!& for THE COTTON TAX. laaon'a gave their" annual supper at octagon shaped .lead pencil and kidney; cleansing the clogged-iip

the Roreraorsblp.( wblch la better i the hotel 1 Jan. lIst which was a after several trials adjusted It so that "r..or the ellmlmiUvo tissues fore1112 .
Southern Congressmen Unite ees In every particular. O-slera the parts of the letters fItted together the kldueis ,.> sift mind .trnl:;
being elected six inootbs befor. in Interest of Hon. Frank were served In every way one could and made a sentence though the from the blood t II.. uric meld and
t.IM election ud defeated at the call for them. Then the company log wa. very fine. Tb writer bad other poisonous wsstu m&tter. overcoming -

i .. polla." Clark's BUL re si.cl themselves wltb turkey, Rheumatism.. Bladder and Florida.
_ adopted the simple but ingenious planof while.A Palatka
j *tffdal CorrMpondeaeeiTb chicken salad, boiled bam coffee and Urinary trouble In a short ,
covering tile pencil with paper
The takeland 1'-.o' bserres thit"the movement to bare Congress and such cake a* only the Melroee Neal; York druxgist; ; who bin bad ,
tbe Oat
.. Florid* Railroad Commission refund the 168.600,000 of cotton tax adies make. After the feasting the bad then written along one of hundreds of call for these Ingredients -
,Sooth company retired to the'parlors where side*. Oo unrolling It tbe writing' was since the first announcement in -
* torn made money to the people of the ,
an asinine' rating tbat the from whom It warn illegally collected here was much pleasant social intercourse a* mystical a. a cryptogram but when thin newspapers ln..t October .tatMf ::>\

railroads sonnot exchange: mileage between the year of 1M1 and 1868, and dancing to enliven the pot around the pencil .. It wa oriel- that the. people who once try It

for advertIsing space In the newspaper waa this week launched at a preliml- eetlng boor. Every one conceded Dally it could be easily noderstood.TM "wear by ltrt especially those who -

l *. Thejr might. well bold nary conference held In the office of It to be ODe of the pleasaotest affairs hare Urinary and Kidney trouble -
that Hon. Frank Clark of Florida. A of f the season. Much credit I* due and snflfer with Rheumatism. IRal Estate -A-grenoy
a grocer or dry gooda man committee organization waa perfected Mr. Huffman and bia assistant for Best Cure For Colic in The druggists In this neighborhood

.. moat not sell goods to a publisher consisting; of the following con the excellent manner In wblcb the Horses. ay they. can supply Ingredients... :
; &nd e.eeept advcrtlslog. In payment. .rea-men representing the eleven upper was served. which are easily mixed. at home. o7---- E3'Urt
Colle I. usually tbe result of Indigestion better blofld-
la saId to no
Hon. J.
I. There cotton-producing atatea:
are a great many things tbat Our municipal election was held : ,caused by sudden cbangeaof or system tonic
'hoe. Hefllnof Alabama. Wallace" cleansing : FLORIDA.
th. railroad commiaaion could on tb* first Tuesday In January PALATKA
food given more
'nn- feed, too long fasting known and certainly none
Arkansas Hon. Frank Clark of
dertak for the benefit of the people Ida Hon. Thos. M. Bell of Georgia.V There wa no special lotereet maD when the horse Is exhausted new harmless or simple to use.
test except for the office of of
In Florida> bat they pass these matters >nsrressman Candlerof Mlial* lppl. which was warmly contested mayor IL hay or l(1'aloot large quantities

of ,Importance by to Interfere Watkins of Louisiana. Thomas of Yon Noszky and O. C. Husband by gre Every'n feed.horseowner! should k..epSloan' Registration Notice. Realty of all kinds bought, sold, exchanged and rented

with purely,. business transaction ;North Carolina Legar of Booth Car. resulting In a victory and good majority Sore Colic Cure In his stable Book will Headquarters of the Southern Brokerage Co.
Una. Hlmma of Tennneaee. 8b.ppherd Registration
The City
for the latter.
; .. colic. for an
_. with wblcb neither they nor the .. an Insurance against Hall from 9 a. m.
of T.s. and Lamb of Vlrglna. be open at the City: of Putnam House.
attack of colic I I.. liable to come on front
;, public are concerned? Mr. Candlerof Mississippi nom- .R.al..tate I* beginning to move and to 1 p. m. oo tbe following day: Office
nat* Hon. Frank Clark of Florida gain, a number of places having without warning at any time Saturday February 2\llb\ ; Monday

-. Stat Chemist Itosa. whose office aa chairman wblch met with nnani- changed hands within a few weeks Sloan Sure Colic Cure is the safest Instantly March 2d; Saturday. March, 7th; -,
It acts -
and best to
remedy use.
i* entrusted the duty of enforcing the moue consent For secretary Mr. transportation la again assured. on tbe stomach and bowel Monday March 11th ; Saturday, Mar. -- .

par food law enacted by the last hell of Georgia was nominated by Now' some of these Item may hare and can be given by a woman or a Uth ; Jlondsy March 18th ; Saturday.23rd CECgg H. LOFSB BAII.IT, j. tt'lltill Hltmaldrat.
Mr. Heflln of Alabama and unanimously the air' of cold storage but then March 21ot; Monday, March ; 25 .
lagialatnr, baa Just returned to Tallahassee choaen. Ideaa a. to the beet very thing comIng from mich a child."I cured a horse with colic that and from 9 a- m. ft sundown on feint I Secy.nIp

from a toar of inspection method of securing this desired large place as Melrose should< ioter- bad been treated by a good veteil- nrday :March 2111 h, IS**. | Let us know yourGrocery fc The. G.
Loper Bailer
emulation were advanced by Messrs. HENI8 PETEKMANJf' ,
provided for under thIs law, and report eel tbe public covering four counties nary surgeon for forty-eight hours
ieflin. Clark. Bull and 81mm. Mr.' It does. In Its City SupervUor! Registration.
a* geographical
that dealers are endeavoring tocomply survey, writes Mr. B. A. Pierceof Cohutta u
; wltb and are heartily endorsing Htmms: of one wa to appointed secure itatlatlca aa a commit.ee If possble. -- bat la part of them. Springs, Us. "Tbe horse was about I -Fire Insurance:
dead and the owner said he wouldn't
Its requirements. The enactment furnishing the name of parties A Man's HouseIs
take five cents for him. I gave him
1'e? Choral Society.
of the state pure food law," who paid the tax. and tbe amount three dose of I bloan's: Sure Colic Leading American and Fo:

.. paid by each. Repr..eDtaU.romVlrrclnl. The recent meeting of the choral Cure and he Well and e..Unhay/ :|
U, Capt "was timely and .. North Carolina and Missis- society have been so successful that In ten minute." up His CastleIt Wants | Companies

very necessary, .. It I. evident tbat .Ippl. where tbe state leglalatare are ite member are beginning to feel<< ;

manufacturers of adulterated or sophisticated now In session, at the suggestion of very much encouraged over' the j Accident
.L goods bad arranged to Mr.' Bell of Georgia will ask that a work taken np by them individually ahould be fortified/ protected I and we will be pleased to g Insurance
resolution be passed by these bodies Wayside CommuningWarebam -, Ten houses I beet
and collectively. The attendance with good paint. are B furnish with the gi
manufacture tbelr articles In those you
The Travelers
memorallzlntc Congress to enact Into was large Monday night and nine Long-Wot started the bard burnt by ilow decay, from not of Han
f state. having no pure food laws, for law this proponed measure. The fol- fw members enrolled making a total time anyway? being properly pilntcd every one goods obtainable at eurpriaU g .

ale In those states, In order to evade lowIng resolution at the request of of thirty-four members up to Tuffold Knott-We did. ye ole fool! that is destroyed by fire. And yet it ingly low price.. gXOHO Life Insurance:

the Interstate or national pure food Mr. Bell passed the last legislature ate.. The society. 1 Ie now practicing W* wns sufferln wltb 'em long fore com but little to keep house well ;; bnt First-class goad
01 Georgia unanimously: Etudlantlna" and :gj s
law. A number of so-called some splendid anybody else caught 'em.-Chicago if the J kind of paint
manufacturers "'Vh..re... Between the 1861 The Old Reliable "Gem
year work ha. been accomplished on It so Tribune find shelf room here. We gJ
attempted to .vad the and 18(18! the Federal government 'ar. In the near future "The Holy b I UMd. The bent painter in the j

United State or Interstate law levied and collected from the South, City" will be taken up and rendered world cannot do a good {lob with J want to convince you of this gJ Life" of New York (
a cotton tax of 08CMOOUO. and aa a cantata. Locating the Blame. poor paint but give a good painter see-for "
materials and yourself
by sending Into stateswhere Whereas the levy and collectionof The work of Mr*. Mann. a* in.ILutvu.40.1Aflla I Father Why. wben I wa..your age J so come :gj :: 'A

: no local law prevented their said cotton tax was In violation of been par excel- i I didn't have as much money. In a 1:1:j or,' phone your order in.to .g Marine Insurance;,:

manufacture and distribution In said the F..deralJJ atat! :3r5Ki r.... lance itself. She I I. tborOBgb-arKl: exacting ,.;.month as you spepdIn: a day. Son- PATTON'SPAINTS ;I No. 84 and it will receive gJ

stat*. The state law being similar .,_::WHTeasTtne people of Georgia and her' manner of applying W elt.!;PKdon't l scold me about It Why } The

to the United States l ..vtri' "'e- paid '11.(1)11.01)001 this tax. therefore her' method Is both pleasing and en- I don't yon go grandfather? J prompt and careful atten- g Leadimg Comp
"Be It Resolved by the !:Senate ertalnlng, and. witball highly In- tion. 1:1
1 yeI the ma'J'K' and sale 0, the House concurring, that we heartly tructlve. Likewise I* tbe work of Forcible Facts. j g All Claims Prom.Settled. ].

tb .. lcated articles within endorse the bill Introduced bylion. ills* Bassett a* accompanist. By jj Free delivery.
'. J. Tbos.HefUnofAlabama.demandlnir he support of these two accomplished Oiu-flxtb. or the deaths tram dliesie sro dntoeaDiumptlan. > .

11 tate. the return of this cotton ladles the society feels that bOM who I ha...seed Mneiy-elKht I>'r. Hereof per Golden cent of Modi all i ij

Secretary Taft- -has been- prominent tax money to the people from' whom its foundation I I. well laid. eal DlMomrr for "weak lun-V. ba.e teen and wul turcly a Job that 1 L.C.Stephens 6 Offloe. 88 Front Bt PALARI
It was collected." It now rests with the public to lend perfectly and permanently cured Dr. Pierces you
t In public life for more' than 2& years It I* hoped that otb r states Interested Its aid and erect a superstructure .olden Medical Discovery In lu advanced In not sdvertlned utagee. Nomedicine to will look well and wear well.
cure consumption became
during which time be has been almost In this legislation will pass lere that will be permanent and wtu do tlmt. 'lbs *!I>l coery"doecure ; They era economical much paints j Grocer, u u
slmlllar resolution Whatever Is otaulnAte, lingering or hftnic-on-coitlrhs. they cover to morelurfaca
in office self-suppurtlng.
continuously public :
and all tubes cav rrhal condition of IIroatand and to much longer
though never by vote of the people. At the motion of Mr. Sims Chairman for this society I* good for the Individual bronchial pawaKeo whlob If not properly' than ordinary wear points. They.... Kirby and Morris Streets. g New Stock
Clark. Secretary: Bell and Mr. and whatever I I. !good for the treated end In conitumptton. Take the "Dlseoery"
:> HU record, .. an office holder I I. Ueflln of Alabama were appointed asa Individual Is good for tbe community.By In time and If ifl-en a fair and faith told by reputable retailers whose/ :;, |
ful trial It will seldom disappoint., buiineit existence depends upon Palatka Florida.nprrrrrrrrrrcrJrirro. Garden Seeds f fa
given by the New York Press a republican sub-committee to take up tha"bills assisting the organization. In becoming Free Dr. Pierce .great work. The People'. the continued of .aatia.
paper. .. follows "1881- already Introduced and from these : a member and attending Common H nse Mttdleul, Adviser I Is sent free on patronage. Get Color; Cards "'
draft a bill to which all can rally. regularly you facilitate congregational receipt. of stamps" to pay cost of mailing only customer : : ;
Assistant attorney, Cincinnati for covered infurniiUiou from
prosecuting Interested moreor end HI one-cent sum pa paper and Spring Planting
I Many states are singing In all the churches -
book or Ql stamps for a copy In cloth' binding .
-Appointed. 1882! -Collector less In this fund and Its promoter and help raise the personelln of our Address Hr. R. V. l"erc..llulhlo.l'. Y. _....... ..;..,_;;..:E..s: :

L of Internal revenue,Ohio-Appointee are expectant of cur remits. Thi citizenship.-Cora. Ackerll-81eahL Oru o.Pnlatka o. Our lot)
prices are as
know what to do wltb
by President Arthur. I8K7-JuJgPOf movement I I" regarded by everyone "I never my Delicious
F. ; Interested legislation A feet when I lu remarked -
a* very Important BABY am u parlor as seeds of equal big
I the superior court, Cincinnati-Appointed and it Is to be hoped that It Is should be sunshine In the house and tbe bashful young man as tbe conversation Florida.ZW.LLLmm. .

by Governor Foraker. 180O- tbe beginning of the end of the re- will be If you give It White's Cream lagged. z Bon Bons quality can be sold.

I Bolleltor-fceneral of the United States funding of this large amount of men Vermifuge the best worm medicine "Did It ever occur to you," remarked : : '
We handle absolute!
President Harrison ey which ha been lying In the United offered to suffering humanity. This and
f Appointed by the'e". mutter of fact maid "tbat t
States treasury for forty ;year remedy I. becoming the permanent fixture :
: 1892-United States circuit Judge for The liepresentattve* who have taken of all households. A mother with you might steer them toward homo?"-- Ii! Chocolates j nothing that has Dlf

I the Sixth circuit Appointed by the Initiatory in this work are being children can'tlet along without a bot- Chicago Nens. PeerlessProcess = f been carefully

President Harrison; (while holding congratulated on all side for their tie of white's Cream Vermifuge In the 1 z All Home-Made Candles ] grow

this office he Issued that celebrated brave stand for the right of their bouse. Hold by Ackerman-Btawart: DrugCo. How's This! M from the choicest

constituents and the South: getier- W*> offer One Hundrttl Doll,.Itowanl for any Something new added if
strike Injunction). IOOOPre.ld..ntthe ally.-Ben. H. Sullivan.: CAM of Catarrb that"nnul be curod by 2iallCectBfTsl t: ] Northern Stock *'

at Philippine commission-Appointed CUrOa day.L.A.SMITII. |.
; -
Wasp's Jaws Make Colony's Nsst. ".1. CHE1E7 CO.,Tol""o.O every for seed an
by President McKinley. Stetson- University. Wasps readily succumb before the thounderalKniHl h,iv.known Y.J.tbony Artificial purposes,

p ': 1901-SI;, rat civil governor of the Phil Governor N. B. Brovrard was lbs Increasing cold of autumn. The few (or tlielaHt In IdyetirH all'' bui,,ltiea and, .'hnlleve ranMietiouS" him and perfectlyhnoratie nnun. = ; suited to the most critical '

Ipplnes-Appointed by President guest of President Lincoln Hulley that escape the merciless scourge of by clally his at arm>' to carry oat any obllf| .tloua mad. Stone Walls t: Lemon St.. Palatka. Market and Oar

( McKloley. 19O4-Secretary of wart Feb. 14 and 16. He wa given a pub. mortality are tbe queens of next sea WALDI!
.. Appointed by President Roosevelt." lie ovation and delivered and address son. They pass tbe winter In soma Haifa Catarrh\ ('are' In taken ruiixlxli Internally,Tolrdu, clIng, 0. Copings and Steps ioIIII! 1Ia1R--=- den Trade.

on Saturday morning to the warm cranny, and when tbe spring directly upon the blond and muunUH.url.... ul

The New York World I. making University students.Haydn's oratorio."Tbe Creatlou arrives each conies forth from Its bidIng the per.bottle,."''.... Sold TeMtlmonlnU by nil tlriiKiflHlB. free. l'rl..71\o\ for Cemetery For I ] -

: _.. vigorous campaign to prevent the elaborate scale. at place and seeks a suitable place Tak. HaU' Family flllg for coiutlpatlon.Sha ..J New and
wa given on an for the nest that Is to be. This found Up-to-Date AckermanStewartDrug
) nomination of Bryan at the Denver IJeLaiiJ Feb. 14. Ml.. Elect. the repairs to a fence or tree :::I Work and
convention and for this harecently Gilford the prima donna of the New queen Was a Bit Baahful. Furniture and
purpose trunk and with her jaw rasp off a ::I IVater Co. .'
York Metropolitan opera sang thesoprano Mr. I'eet a very dUndeot man WON Tight Vaults
Issued Illustrated House
an pamphlet flber Goods
bundle of wood wblcb when Furnishing
parts. nnablo to prevent himself being introduced
,' i containing maps and statistics Dr..Byron W. King President of moistened with saliva and< kneaded
: one evening to a fascinating specialty. at low pricesGo Florida.
which It call "Th Map of Jiryan King's School of Oratory and one of forms tbo paperllke substance of wblcb ludy. who misunderstanding his very Palatka

Urn; Twelve Years of Demairofcy! : the leading Shakespearian. actors the nest la entirely constructed.Just Doting name constantly. addressed him as Mr. I For prices or estimates toRe
assisted I:: :
.nd Defeat." This map has been with two other actors by ; as bees bare invented a peculiar
: Peters much to the gentleman's dis-
classea and the dram
Die elocution nest building material In wax so : apply to ,
sent to leadlnK men and newspaper atle clubs of Professor Hubris of tress. Finally summoning up tbe cour. S.
throughout the country with the Stetson are scheduled to give 'KingLear" wasp have prepared. a special durable i age, ho earnestly remonstrated "Oh.don't Maoney, Notice if; Application for TaJ
paper for the some purpose. The queen G. or] 0. PETRE Notice I. hereby liven that
compliments of the World. with request Feb. IB, "Julius call me Petei'll. Call me Prot'"Ab "
.' seems mother lays the foundation of tbe Pal atka. Florida. Miller. Jr. purchaser of tax terlitCl
of :Ii5 and other Shakespearian hut I don't know you well
for "an expression persona next week. city with her own jaw She attachesa enough Mr. Voters," said the young l'a lut ka Fin. f: -- 191: dated the Id day of Juiift

,; .opinion In regard thereto. One of Jobn B. Stetson. Jr., of Philadelphla -' sort of stalk of wood paper to a lady blushing as she withdrew behind 5-4, 1.I 1BOJ has filed said certificate t.. ,
I i'' : these. requests came to Hon. John la to be the guest-of-honor .I chosen support This may be tbe her fan. London Undertaking; and Embalming. office and has made application I
! H. Duard of Puusacola. Here Is Mr' tho University hal 21. when the branch of a tree, a root In a cavity nrn1"n' rr-'I71I'l'f'Jtn'.JIT.1t.: : deed to Issue la accordance will toll 3
and MM, Bald oertiaoata embraces the
J3eardisOpiflIOn! great Carnegie Library I below ground or a beam In a garden Special Muster's Sale. In t,
Stetson's endowment of the same are I described property; situated <
_/ The World, New York City. shed. The stalk prepared, tbe queen to-vlt:
to be publlcally presented.Madame IJNDKR AND BY VIRTUE Of A BB- county Florida
The pamphlet entitled "'h. Mapof Sohuinunn-Helnk. tinirreatest build a few shallow cellS In each of AS- SUCCESSfUL EAST e furaolosur; and sale rauilurvd In Ni of Mo}, section 19. torn*
Bryanlam-Twolve Yearsof DcmaKoxy -- contralto singer In the which she lays an egg. A* these ma th* Olruult' Uourl, of the Klg&tli!: JurtUjlr.1 25 40 acres.
llrault ot the suite of elan ,,... range -
_ for Pu'.n
and Defeat. with a request for world whose price' IstlMMOO for .." ture batch and develop Into worker O' ln'v.: by the Hon. J nines T. Wllla, l The said lam being asaeawo
an "expression of your (my) opinion .entertainment I I. to sing at Stetson wasp tile labor of tbe little-colony Is of iml.l Uourt dittud the tilth lay of jiS"uary date of the Isauanoo of such ted
In regard thereto," have b...n re' University 'Ihumility evening. F -l lDr. turned over to them and thus a vast <'Ol.IlIlItant, A. I> Ito,and, Wherein I,. F. Willis Hlmooii Booth.1. to the name ot A. W. Lawton.
cud KUun I A.
,: cely.d.J 27th. nest with thousands of cells Is evolved. AS/ IN Willis':: 'Bhm.lBnu' twill nit I at pui.ii; said eertlQcate shall be redeem
shall frankly give my opinion Lincoln Hulley, President of Chicago Tribune. THE WEST am-tlon for eu.li to the highest .oni best cording law, tizdewl

which Is-Th. pamphlet f.* untrue, Stetson University, and Dr. Wm. J hlililor.HttlHilrontihioroftlicOourt t llltka in s..ld HuS on on the S'Jth day of WIIII"'I
Oouuty '
unfair I aud unjust, both In Its state Hunter of Toronto, Canada, are to o" Florida,'on the Pilluniti 1908.

m"i.ts. ..1 well-known recent and cur. conduct two great Chautauqua. vesper The Misrosoope. FIRsT MONDAY IN MARCH A. D.. 10. Witness my official rigoaturt i
t rent political events and In Its con services Feb. 2!> and March 1, liJJeLand. There la good reason' to believe that being the Iud Hay. of ...." month this the Ii3d day of January i..pD
t. olu..loll. To derail Its misstate tbe magnifying power of transparent Cooper's Theories Are Being 'legal "hour ot sale' eli that day. (Sis [teach] JOHKPB
I. .manta.. ...._ of facts aod'unfalr' and Illoiil' media with eOD.ea'surfaces: was very Rapidly Acceptedby follo.IIIKI Thai curtain Clerk circuit court FutnameoM'
cal conclusions would necessitateoamphleta a For known. A convex lens of rock with trout, place or parcel of lund'
Five Hundred Dollars early ftipurtsnnnce eitunteI
ansi blh
voluminous.* the one Eastern People. lig in theUouity oi Putnam: :
found Publicfttlo
crystal was by Ljyard among I'ior.I Order For
f1 criticised. To the extent that this One Word. kin and 1110CC parlluula.1y, deoorllMld .. tot-
of tbe of Nlmrud. low. ,
\I the ruin palAce lo-wll '
pamphlet Is regarded at all. It will Is what the !Semi-Weekly: certain that after tbe L. T. All that tract 0. parcel of land In th.Olro.iu Court Eighth. JlldIU.U1'
Int..Il1' the support of Mr. liryan' This And It I. pretty Cooper whose theory that moos aDpeUte. and then the Town ofUre.cot situated ta Putnam County, ..
'. Journal proposes to give. Send I itl invention of glass hollow spheres the human stomach la the cause of again none : : tilt7. And mom-s par.
friends. and probably make for him asupporter at all. Pie and cake made tilulbrIydjriJ is being the north lift. John Irving Anderson J Jvs.
; out of every Intellliron the missing word and take the primWith blown of that material were commonly most 111 health and who created a and 1 almost always had a me sick (ts t..d'I t fut 01 BIOt'k Twenty-four (td,. a. pia. f Blllror
I who wee. doubtful every yearly subscriptIon to Tbo perfection of furore In Chicago St. Louis and other fooling in sickening by l'I. G. lyke O. H.. in March 11t'J'! and ,
Democratic reader Journal are i used as mnllnl ora my stomach. I was net'. Oil "Ie In theulorle's 011I.... "t Putnam doun. KJItl May Anderson. )
I' who anen } before but despises the missing. gem cutting shown gems, weeks at a time could with all bUlld'og" sod bin appearing by
trial at
entitled to two same remarkable iliipruvemnent.. '
the above
success with his not t h..on. tiled in .IISiwiuH
'f sleep
l' and Injustice. In this .,,0o word. A sentence has been eleote especially In those of very minute medicine throughout the east. Cooper eighteen hours then again could sleep' JUIMJK v. WALTOW. KUltb May Au.ler.oii the J1". 1'::
. Tit* Uemocratl9 pnople from tt well known and widely read size, could not bare been attained baa convinced Immense at a stretch. Sleep LHOcST"1 Master. 10 Uhanoory,., In nanivd la a non-reililiint ot ,
In Mr. Brjran1 fldelty an number of however E. N.OA roumvntden .
( (ion have faith seemed to do FlorId, and die la u
this such aid to the me no
From santsnc of
fiction. without the n. good I4'York
of i
; and know of the "'Vorl<1'." Infldollty work people that bis theory la sound and and I would Hollultor for Complalnan& dress Olty of Brooklyn.
r. Dsmocrntloprinciples. a word ha been dropped leaving a eye. and tbere can be little doubt that his medicine will do what he claims exhausted than awake tired ana more ,Palatka Florida, Ja.i tb J.... ,over ilia age of iwul.iy.Ofltthat .] .
to This word Is Kugllsh and not a those' when I went to beet '. 'la no person In aai.ld .
wbo could execute "
ortldcors the most ci
the Perhaps
and eandldnre The gap. Interesting features "I service I ,
; pollclx* w. ConuUpated> l bad upon whom the
proper name and can be found II) could also! shape and: of the discussion this ? pains In DaWndnntl II IS
j "World" la not considered Democratlo wonderful works young back, and fJutterlnll" would bind such ?.""
t : and will not be accepted as a uny ordinary dictionary. Her I I. polish the magnifier best suited for man Is causing are the statements R'my heart I was unable and pains European Restaurant. ordered that aald required nonrt'lltitfl'be X) ., .
to and ll hereby' 11IK
\: counselor.The the sentence made by responsible people who have work ..
p U.iiiooratlo leader or their own or others' use-New Tork with any and< took Bill ol Complaint Hind lu (
Detnocratlo people rememberwith "TH E Y CAN'T GET AN YTHIN U American. taken his medicines and have become terest in anything.re8'frity. I tried no in- before *!
resentment that the "World" BUT NOW SIH. EVKIVY enthusiastic converts to bis beliefs. of medicInes and docton all kind. Furnished Roooma. MON DAT,tbs lad DAY OlIABL'I 0

ardently advocated Judge Parker' THING ELSE IS GONE." A Brrroii IK Tixs Among statements of thla character benefited me. I had but none Hot and Cold lee.otherwise she alienation. ""
nomination. In 1UO4. and then basel will Rave nine. Bo will a bottle of Bui- the following, by Mr.' August JlO ambition no energy and Baths will bo taken as "onln.K W
WORD? and had
deserted the party during the hs WHAT IS THE lards Horehound Syrup always kept on Wlttmer 1049 Rockwell Court Chicago to give when the abont concluded At dant.It la further orderedpubllabed thai Ibl'
i of the campaign.. For full particular of the Contet hand save. many a spell of alaknesa. A la characteristic of the widespread up Cooper medicine onus a wee 11 for 1"1".. ..
If!< This pamphlet only demonstrates writ the Be, in Weekly Journal, Atlanta sure cure for Con, gun. I olils. Bronchitis faith In Cooper. which has was recommended. Thanks to It. my Charles Kupperbuscji weeks In the Pallllk" New.lId 5 5pubtiehed r ;
health :
that the "\ orid' l I.. as ur.tru' to the Oa. and Whooping Couub Mrs. 8-. Dot grown np In a comparatively short seems completely restored Witness In my"mId b.,1(30ullt'end OdUdiufJanunry .: .

,j J '1 facts of history. It Is to the Demo- Bprluga Ark. writes: "I keep a bottle of time. Mr. WIttmer says: "I wouldn't and I feel like a new man." Palatka t5ite.Fpgp5JCI.
..r..t.le. party. Feel languid weak, run down Hallani's llorehouncl in my medicine take 1.000 and be In the condition I Cooper medicines have created the Pla. tlle..I] Jlork II'

"F You neTs my opinion; I hop* that Headache Mtomaoh "o ?"7-Just a I chest and thank my forethoughtmany was three weeks ago. I.was practically greatest sensation of anything of the FOR BALE CHEAPA I OnWARD ALLaN, (
.Pf.,: iik,1t; you konwtht .e. tr1l" plain case 'of laxy liver. Burtloc times. It has prevented many an invalid for fourteen years kind nor before introduced t tabll.b..d .rocllry business One .. Bolloltor' for (30,11 IsHP .."
0'aodjueb, bu' ;you wilt 'not publl.h .It. Blood Bitters. tones liver and stomanh. evei e spells 01..lcka...." Hold! by Ark- and think I bad about all of the disease We loll them and will be ., In Palatka A and dwelllog
JOUN jJ, BEAnO. I promote digestion, purifies. the ermau-tttewart Drug Co. known. My stomach was weak, plain the IIMure of then iliad to ex. ,, big: bargain for .. Oralnger for ;irrocuri
i. to it.
, 'i Psosaoola Feb. 11, 1905.tT I blood. I i U4 -t ttsat \ aronU txn $a nor- Stswafl., our. cafle.Ackerman ", 50i1r7Consult BVJaT. la the city. Prices slWsYl.it"ci.t 1

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Mrs. Edward Isom of Cleveland,

1 I for Ohio I 18 a guest at All View Cottage I . DETECTIVE. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED: TO FEBRUARY 5.Q08
your n. ort. I The News was unable to secure a Her friends extend a cordial welcome ____--l.I. ; '
Mai, Mini I I report of the "Japanese Musloale" to bar.Albert N;; 33jNo. 29 :STATIONS: No. 75 No. 74No. 93
IC"P'rlabt, Ire?. by C. H. Butelirra. DaiijDahiyjDaily .
I ring :: I.... for tbe WM for.. end-for V. I. A. H n' Tuesday evening In Williams of New York) is a George \It:. Travers, clubman man 'iac-iii-7ouo cci Ttiii. .......... ..Jok.onyhIhs..Ar''Tto[Dally, Daily 740 De.lly f'
lUOSi time for this page of the paper. guest: at All View Cottage. tlO..m 1I00.m 820 iju .... ... ..."'.. odtu..Lv 11I01'110 po .Opm p" ua"",
m. P. m.*p.m. M hrt M hrs about town, society man wan selected 1H pm 1168.01 t:18: "ID Lv.. .........Ii..a inIaU.s..Lv 611 ... .11..... ,.. '
M 88 07 eu lit Should It arrive In time Ik will appear Mrs Wheeldon and daughter of the chief of for detecUvework. iflO 1i . pm 6.0. ,
by police '
U t Ormuni..Lv..cia
arden Seed SUM: III* 84 Ie SS, elsewhere Irt this Issue If not Syracuse! N. Y., are guests at the 2am I 8 : it (15 am t.v..urmoud: : ::: : : ....:::.:..::.::.:.Lv 5i2 pm 506: pm pm '
e.. n u seJ* en How the chief secured him for UII.m 148p.u. Ul1"Dl Lv.. .. ......n"ylon..I.. 807 ...
I. .88 70 W 74 17 It will go over until I m xt week. Highland House.The the knew. 1HG: sin U2 pm ii(Mi o'n Lv .. .., ..:N.\Y"$",oyrna. .........Lv 180 pm pm .I7..m.pm

M m) 7S 74 M 018"711/ u 8* The King Stock Co. played to large Ladies V. I. A. bnzaar and Mr.purpose Travers no was one to make himself a Rag 1 Pd :: :AI C: sue I it : Lv..Idoukted:::. .:: .::.' :. ::..::..::.:::.Lv: 12117 I 12 ins pm: ua: ::! :

: 87M sa is DO dft "Georgia negro/ oampmeetlng" enter- .."..."....... ......... 286 pm Lv.... ........ ...... ......Lv 11116 ....
New Stock
I V. I. H..II1..et. week and ............... ............ ... .. so.
audiences In A. tainment was a grand success. The favorite In society quietly !giveaway U7 pm Lv. .... ..I.lboura.............Lv 11.. "10 ...
K. D. WILLIAMS. Obaemr. Thursday. Friday and Saturday halloas packed. not even standingroombeiug ,the criminal element moving n Ii ala: ;: p.a: duo pia: : .:.::. .. ; 1000 ::1 pie
Iras Just 1'ii 50 pci ems p.o An..Wo,4 l'ulo B..b..1;; : :::::: 740 94P am :
! different comedy >> available. The entertainment herein. There' was not the remotest 728.a 60Svm 706pm Ar..itoyal i'aInel.a..Lv 7 lIOam. 917.10
nights, presenting was enjoyed by the 'I 88'10 .IV p.a 118 l'.u Lv. ..... .... ... .............. 128.10.H2.m ..
everyone hance that the most astute thief, maleor
Arrived. drama each night. The company U colored sisters and brethren and JOIO a.a 10/8: pm 1010 pIa .............. .... ........ .L. din am 7111.... .00 pm

'J ii and Social. composed of 12 people and all were making It lively for the crowd.parson female could connect him with the H oe 40 am am: .::::::::::..11':: :::: Ar..flO'DOA'IAl.:. :::.:::....;':' ...::::::::=:.:t: :In an,::.:;;;;:::::. .:: p's: .
i the first six months he pm
$ well pleased with the place. Th.manalt.r We were very. much pleased to-see police. In gave 400 pm ................. .....s.... .....Knight'. Key Doclr..Lv..........................SiP cm
that drove three four families
tips or l'alte.rpl.t Ho so people and friends present
was also delighted with bin many Into retirement! and a false baron Into
from Pomona, and Fruit- BRANCti
and Toilet' Huntington -
1rL2 Stationery Wald spent Monday in reception and the people enjoyed the land. It was what 'Oil- mIght say .a ,prison. Then two events occurred ,.1-! 'i?::. EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leave PA1ATKA TO ArilvI-
plays. Everybody pleased. "howling success" In nnltaneously tOo give him' trouble. A
Articles. every way- ?,47j TO PALATKA Palackal P.I..tka EAST PALATKA
I the ladles realizing a neat sum of lady at house P..k.
guest a country was

f went to Palatka on ladles Miss aro Jessie making Burton arrangements and other young for money.A. robbed of $10,000 wortb of diamonds : g am am: ::::::: ,. :: Daily::;::::: 640 40 ani am I I S aa Pu am am : :::::: :an: :::::::: :Oe 20 ::

In the week. E. Gable of Macon, Ga., 1*.with the night before'be himself arrived for 1205 a as an : :;;:: ::: to 55 :: :::::::: "5 am: I ii!50 am : : :: : :: ::: :
I a leap year ball to be given In the V. i'm -No Daily..e p.o I 5m pm .: :: ::: : ::::::::
Store hla wife and mother for short visit a week's stay and ba had no sooner .
id'sDrug on club Wednesdayaf-met with. I. A. hall on Friday evening the 28th On his return, Mrs. Gable a and son, seen her than be fell In love with bar. U pta.:: :;:::::: :. :: ::: ::;;;;::. : g pm,:n I I 445 Ole p.c I'm:: :::::::: : 07 PS DaIly'.S:! :::; :::... : pm pm:

nut.[ and there In !great anxiety Albert jr., will accompany him. It.was Edith Merldlta who bad suf- i2..li' as .=5.8L 1010 m Pg (0 pm

1rescent ( It$7,. Fla.. ___ __ SAN MATEO
among the young" men as to whether There/! was preaching in the M. E. fered' the loss and Edith Merldlth was DaANCH.Jsve

a gue.t..t Grove they will get "bids11 or not. Fine church Sunday morning by the pastor the daughter of a California million EAST PALATKA AVl.1i:: Leave BAN MATEO TO A"vePl.a

week past- has muslo has been arranged for and the Rev. J. H. Davis. aire. He was traveling in Brazil' for a I TO BAN MATEO M..teo Mateo EAST PALATKA. r'.L

( young ladles are preparing Tor a real time and bis wife and daughter 'were T o--;;; 45 be "m ('l>8.m 413 1)11". ....... iie"s -;; if
Epworth League meeting was led .No.
stopping In town. As for references pm 118 IaIIy..4. .S vm I 'lIO..u .Na M ...11".,.._.. '10....
Walter Varnes hare swagger" event by Mrs. John Garnlss. 111'5' m .
m 11.0 DIIII .
Ifork! Pork! tbe father and husband bad been'' a pm __ d.,_, _. POPm
wire fence around' Don't forget the big sale and supper Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Nichols of Plymouth United States!! senator and three or tt6;ill z. JO 'J; MAYPORT No. 18 2JdQPu:; ; No.lII

Hill lots of B. F. Tll-' to be given by the Ladles Aid Mich., who are spending the four other things and tbe Vlfe- and _!!!'!i .N-!!! ?tL! exau. BRANCH n.1I1 !>.!!!l.p'll'

Society of the Presbyterian churchat season at the Avenue House left last daughter bad moved in the best society 200pm 600 pm 500am Lv..Jack.onvlII -
Pork! : : 750 100 pm 500
:: : pm
Norton has Issued a V. 1. A. Hall to-night. This will week for a trip to Cuba, going bY' way on the slope. One might as well\ 146 I 40 p.n p.o a 540 4t Im pm e4oam S40ll'o': Lv I.v: :,,AtIonhIeIoseb.Lv i'utIo Ii.t, : : : 6 S 10 4.m:::: 2215 121S pm: 4 US 19 pm
of the Florida East
for the annual. town be one' of the soelal..eventfl.'. of extension, in order to have Railway a ride have asked for social references from ,H'&r3 71'" m .OO".m. _Ar .... .. MOIvr,, .. ., Iv P 80 ash 12000'n pm storm v'a

TW'beeo1d'FOR luudred head of CASH corn at held on Tuesday; April the winter-something to which over the route world famed "ocean rail the Mr.presidentI Travers wife.found himself 1 In two .:t j1:' ; or.nc.Gityurs.Ich j3 Itit1 ;:" ; lcnod5ranah. 1II'2.sIap.a :
way" Knights They
everybody Uiwelcome and to which ..
the flies at Be was In love and he Sloan .. N9W IImym. Ar. 100pm PIP pm 'SO.m LvTho..llIeAr. too
i 1 60 pound at- will return toComo In two or three once. 'P"
per all should got cenls and 41>11"n I1l.lIIm Iv. Late U.I.o L. 1210 pili .01 08O.m Ar. Htword
Supper .25: pm Lv.
JfeKarket in the next Cats, pastor of tba weeks. could not give-away the fact that be 411 pm ILiac,. Jv.llr.na. CIty Lv 12011 pm 440 pm ......... ....M..__........ "WuQ.pm'M_"._
lias .an appointment your full money's! worth. was playing detective. He gave his gs'J !!!.} h.Orn..o (1t7 J..12'100'0' 4ftO.m ,

Senator Deen of tbe Old all other O>mo. flinlieildition to a complete next Sunday af- G. W. of Wayoross POMONA NEWS.Mr. opinion robbery. as X."' ...... Vmmvmun for

onk r..1hrWo'!!..ami! Havana. :I>lr*..t *hlp.JTSThoa .

"ffiniving a full stock of Reeves of Jackson Senator Deen owns a large amountof and Mrs. Cbiw. Cook of Cuba room taken bad In the been afternoon entered and while the jewelry all the rl..!. ....,. iUrt Till from TA11LU the ......allow.. autUoniM tli.t"n..t bat their whloh. arrival tralna op may dapBrtrar b..ipoood a*.h.tn tlm.._.

*an&1 ancy Groceries, and guest of Rev. Lr...nd lands about Omega anti In the City: WIs., but spending the winter I guests were on the !golf grounds. Tho .t.to.1.,. un 1**...*...niiarnnlHHKl..if.r ,R..ln..b.nrr.nor d.... I ha Company hold Itaalf laaponalblo for any dalar.
Haw Creek suction which have boen In Crescent City, terminated a week'elstl'y !
irio riRht. Here are a for a couple of frat the servants
are suspicions were against/ -
with Mrs. N. E. Piplar, Satur. Fur ropy nt tli t. I oral Tlwa Card or Other Information
and will sold.
platted be It Is his .
sjMoiefe for CASH ONLY : day. of course. That Is a'' thing that 'I&>3J3: n-Illi TIOKJ3T': iflfi'V.' "

' Jtawpoar'a! Star Hama and Breakss returned Thurs purpose to openup: this section as a never falls. The servants were ex, J U UAHNER Assistant Oenaral Pus. ,*gt.< ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Buooii, 15o ; White-Salt Baonf.lSo from on extended center for potato growing .and the Misses Etta and Josla Williams of amined and cross examined and put .........._ _. 'H __ _'" __ _,, _
an : Branson, S. 0., have been guests of
ands there are said to be even better through the third degree but no clew
Picnic Hams lOo ChalMi'k In'Connecticut W. Middleton.
} ,, ; Mrs. S. .
.. lOc 18 Ibs. Granulatod for tuts purpose than that about was obtained. -- -- -- -- -
; of Pomonaltes
r1 11.00.o.inK Audley Eaton Hastings. I A large the very party enjoyable entertainment attended mighty The whole uncomfortable situation. Travers was rendered being ,i \ \UU\ \ \ \ t4 '! :

Don't forget the musical entertnlnneut '
at Friday evening.
you for past constituted a trio Como the: last comer and not arriving until lI'A''

4we'iectfu1Iy request a contint from this place who to b& given .by the Musician : Mrs. R. C. Mlddleton of Long after the robbery,*was the only one exempted ; W. II. ]MAULL A. ij. MAULL '! .

** Of your patronage. Club at V; I. A. Hall next Tuesday Station visited friends in town several from suspicion. Be could not ,

this week.' evening February 25th. 'There Is to days last week. act openly. A detective was sent for 7V\/VLJLrL BROS.

of young people haw be a' fine program/ Instrumental Mr. W. H. Castle and family, but be could not make himself known. I

Braddock. : to attend the d ml- and> vocal manic, a fanoy drill\ cantata have. been entertaining friends from Tbe opinion of the man after going : COMMISSION MERCHANTS

to be Rive In the : entitled "Thn Message of the Qulncy Ill., the past week. over the ground, was that some one

by the Pythian sls- Rainbow" followed by Ice cream Bev. Mr. Butler and daughter'of tad sneaked Into the house by the Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty.

and other refreshments. Mrs. Mass., are guests of Rev and Mrs. front way. This theory was acceptedby fe.:
W. H. Wood well. all. It did not recover the diamonds "'7 j 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore, Md.
3rove Hall John McCormick of Brown of Green Cove Springs, Mr. p
Miss Merldlth kind
but was
held'at '
at drove Hall over and :Mrs. Cbas. P. Hale of Denver Peck's The afternoon Thursday social afternoon was Mrs.enjoyed enough not to take their loss too muchat ''7; Florida. Headquarters : CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA. F. '

cent City's popular hotel, and Saturday of Col., and Mrs. Foote of Chicago; have by about twenty-five ladleswbospepttittmdpeacanti. heart. They represented only a "',, rn.t .

aced, clean aud airy.. Is I way home from-a numbers on the program. .The club ; :,_. In "ftny's 'Income of her father's, and he r
\ \ \ \
4 open lor the season under and Cuba should be greeted with. full b'ollse.LoaDde' 118wln and chatting. These afternoon could afford to Icsa one day out of the ,

: lanagement of -\Vni. C. socials are becoming: very popular 805. _
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has returned to his drug store has been greaty =
m.tha. arid Mrs. J. W. Edmonds will hours
But after twenty-four some
midst of the best or-- ; ba"log'been home i Improved by the addition of a new entertain the ladles this week at her other theory bad to be advanced. -

o, rowing section of Florl- i curved show In to pretty little home.
Illness of his case front next
second This oc.
There robbery.
J b ,,*abootln FIne boating. Beautiful fishing views; and Varnes, who Is now the; soda apparatus.-: The case Is of Mrs. O. H. Worcester gave a most curred was In the a evening while all the McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.COJ11nllssion'Merchantsl .

I .ot rescent?Lake from hotel to recovery. I the -silent salesman" variety and Is delightful party last Tuesday night; guests ''were looking at fireworks on ,
In honor of her Miss Gretchen
": >das. Handy to steam- Oeo. H. Herrick of stocked with a line of attractivegoods. Lutz. Music, games neloe and delicious refreshments the lawn. The victim was an old dowager '
4( landing. Board by week and her loss was also thousandsof
1"I 1"l .., arrived last week This store was never more made the evening pass
oath at reasonable rates dollars. Entrance by the windows
time at Grove Ball popular than this season. The stock very quickly and the guests upon
>rs to Northern Tourlstn.te embrace. all manner of fine stationery departing thanked their hostess and was impossible. Entrance by the front Tomatoes 'Pine Apples
for terms.
are pleasantly
MISs Lutz for a charming time. hall was impossible. The old dowager'smaid
visitors of last sea- toilet articles. Illustrated postcards had been sitting by a window In and
C5 NORTON cigars smokers articles and, Mrs. O. S. Hendrick Is enjoying a Early Oranges'Vegetables
1 visit from friends from South Da the ball upstairs all tbe tIme. and she

.oenl City, Fa. the Episcopal' church In fact thousands of articles which kota. had seen none of the servants spying! Grape Fruit

their af- the; people demand and can only get about. They were suspected again. of
1 Saturday In this tbiS'uIar) store. The drama being prepared under course and again there was a great

and pure food sale Judge James F. Walsh and Mrs. the able management of Geo. Flake, ndo. No clajr-absolutely no clew. :.279 Washington St. Neva York.
There was .ay very Is progressing/ well, and will be given detective down next
Walsh of Greenwich, Conn., friends about March 7th in Pomona Hall. Another came ,
last Saturday after- day and he gave It as his opinion thata
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Oxer were at
M. H READ or tame crow had entered by
:. magpie
Grove Hall for several days this Soothes Itching skin. Heals outs
of the window. That no mtMrptoor
Co ,Atlanta op- I week. Judge and Mrs. Walsh have or burns without a scar. Cures piles, way

. tAL ESTATE. / \ have a representative been spending some time In the oen- eczema, ointment.salt rheum.Your any druggist itching.Doan's around tame tbe crow house had made ever no been difference.kept Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
16th and 17th. to tit
br.int City, Fla. tral; part of the state and Just stoppedover sells it. ... You could take his opinion or not.
In need of RI. -
( : here for a day to see Mr. and Even amid this excitement Mr.

Howe proprty-.res. at LouDde drug store Mrs. Oxer but were so well pleased It Didn Come Natural. 'Travers progressed with bis newborn Goes Everywhere

only. love.; Miss Merldttb seemed smitten
I the that
with determined
place they heard that tell the
"I have man
k Bill"-Is now on the mar- '
of-Greenwich, Coon.. i to prolong their vlalt. Of all the truth once or twice" snld one Wall with him also. Perhaps smitten is too. North South East and West.
strong a term but she was 'very gracious.
t for a stay of' some i town. visited they say that Crescent street man talking of another. "11e ,
{fykJaVttloular attention given to The two talked privately about
of his father.Cap, City Is easily the leader on account cnn tell the truth I admit, but it does

i: .em >ut City property listed Mr.. Rltoh I. ono.or I of Its natural. beauty of loca not come natural to him. ne reminds confidentially.the mysterious robberies They didn't privately exactly and lay iConsult the "Purple Folder."

ti and a se- tion. During.their stay here they me of the Russian moujlk. them on to the old dowager but they

tir ftft ftftI ) of the town of met many of our people. "A Russian moujlk sat one day in 'understood what each other thought.The .
the anteroom of tbe military commissioner
his mysteries did not break up the For detailed information, rates, schedules and reservations -
of town. There was an
Death ef Mrs. W. H. Sample. house party a.* might have been expected. -
X. Spon-cor .. Al anxious frown on his face. A friend
Smith Cobb of
< This was because the third dotectlve see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on,
guests for the past Crescent City people will receivewith approached and said: the notified
was put on case
Dentist of the death of 'What Is the matter IMotr BOYLSTON T. P. Jacksonville
at Grove Hall left on sorrow- news host, hostess and all tbe guests FRANK C. A., ,
Mrs. W. H. Sample, which occurredat "1 am worried,' Plotr answered.
FJ F- Daytoaa. .Tb.y .wlll that be suspected one of the servantsand .
at Basldaniwan Ptos aol Rtnat.City. there and In Jack he'r home In'Albany. N. Y., Wednesday 'about my sou. I don't know what to must have a week or two to work A. wheu the commissioner asks
say ,
returning home. All the 12th Inst. .Mr. and Mrs. up his case. After that five peaceful. ,
ahont his age. You see If I make him
Sample have spent several season'sat happy days and nlghta passed. TheN
of tills
popular younger than he Is he will be sent
no more robberies. Clews were Division PaesengerAgent, Jacksonville, Florida
Grove Hall and made many fast were .
back to school and If I make him out
[ John a River by Oayll ht. being picked like potatoes at dig
.' Cbas. P.; Hale Mrs. friends here. The Albany Evening older they'll stick him In the army. ging time. It up was only a matter of a or F. A. YAllBOUOUGrll, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast
Journal the above date contained What too deuce am I to do?'
iiieach Miller Line .a'd Mrs. C. B. Gowen tew days when the guilty one wouldbe
the following notice of Mrs..Sample'sdeath 'IIow would It do, said the friend Line Palatka Fla.
'l lr for San Mateo punished and the plunder restored.At ,
thoughtfully 'if you told the commissioner -
Reamer CUESCENT.ksonrllleonTueil \ be the guests of Mr. the end of those five happy days
his exact r
: Mrs. Adallne (Munslg age
: ) Sample: and nights most of the guests were -
A. Crosby. They wife of W. H. Sample:' died at her 'Tlotr slapped his log and- laughed whispering to each other that Mr. T.ere .*,,- ;"Mjlawyer. told ma be thought Iwoull Got Somathlng Far Nothing
\ part In the entertain home 183 Lancaster street, this delightedly. I
. jtsTbnn .. and Miss Merldlth would surely have n bard time establishingnil Mark Twain told how he got something
to-night the V. morning after having sulfured more The very tiling! he cried. 'I never "
by cluliia under the will.
at 8:00 for onon walked and
deys i a. m. than a with an .affection of the make a match of It. Tbey for nothing cue day In the early
year of thatV"Women !
thought "
; Qraaoont City and principal heart. Mrs. Sample was in her fifty- talked by day and they sat and sighed "What did you 557' sixties when h. needed the money. He

H Is making an fourth year. She was born in Albany In the moonlight of evenings and on "I asked him bow much more money walked Into a hotel and was petting a.tmnge

,, ....1......Oraanentelty on W dn of the county for the and had lived here all her life. !She tho sixth night Mr. Travers went to he wanted." -dOl. General Nelson A. Miles,

',- pays and Monday at 7.. m. clerk for which he was the daughter William and I as Well as Men Are Made bed reasonably satisfied. As be did who chanced to be present, offered him

4b vI11.wbsFftootoLUTStThstI ( Louisa Munsig the former being atone not appear up to a late hour next morn- When They Are Qulat. 110 for tbe canine.

SMaarf .- tha coming time engaged in the manufan. Miserable byKidney and tug, and as the same was the case with "1 like to go to church." "To be frank" said the humorist to
Mr. Hutchln- ture of In thin She ,
I foot of Lemon atr M. Ka.lbtur.e. Miss Merldlth their doors were forced. "Wbyr General Miles, "I haven't really got
his candidacy Is be- bnoame the wife of Mr. Sample in Bladder Trouble. ""'ell. It's comforting to sea a man
r 1871. She had for the greater partof Miss Merldlth Was !gone, and a ladderat any right to sell you this animal but If

LARK ''Trufllc :Manager: I -everywhere Be her life been a member of the Kidney trouble preys upon the mind her window showed how she went. keep a hundred" women or .o quiet for yon'll give ma >3 you may take the pup
,; discourages leauenaambition; beauty bud with an hour. -Bohemian.
Calvary Baptist church and while Most of ber wardrobe gone away when I'm not looking and I'll
and cheerful
1 Jacksonville, Fla. noted for her charitable nature was ....u..J. vigor not tell who took It"
I : Tblot Baptist pastor mueh attached to home life and m ness soon disappear her.Mr.. Travers badn't !gone. He hadn't Old men's eyes are like old men's The bargain was closed and General

r been1 holding series family ties. She Is survived by her out when of the order kidneys dis are because be was tied and gagged and memories; they are strongest for Miles took the log to his room. A moment -

D _.. B. TORRE. evangelistic services husband two sons, William H., jr.., eased. or couldn't go. lIe had been despoiled of things long way off.-Eliot later" the -dog's owner Inquiredfor
the and Edward R., and three daughters. and the two meif who bad ,
I' during past Kidney trouble has everything, his pet and Mark Twain offered to
: MIsS\ Edna H. Sample, Mrs.B .
,taker and. Embalmer.pa services are-Ht 8!3O and C. Dourer and Miss Adallne. Sum- become so prevalent tied and despoiled him bad Injured his nnd the animal for $3. The humorist

beenwell attended. pie. \ that it is not unconi.'inonforachildtobe. feelings by wblaperlnll'words Into his Does Not then went to General Miles' room and<

) _ of Caskets and Oofflns will depend upon ___________ snr. There was further injury awaiting explained all,'tad the dog returned to
boru afflicted with
, oDe Guaranteed Ghoats. ( him. On his dresser was a note him. < Interest which It!- Is weak If the
T 01T't "No Intelligent person! pays any attention kidneys. written by Miss Merldlth. In It she money, and returned the canine to its
aroused. child urinate*toooften,if the urine scalds
to ghosts" said the dogmatic the flesh,or if, when the child reaches spoke of him as a donkey. She also Color HairAyer's original owner, thenbrmaklug'Tal S3.
of the said she had spotted him from the first
Lewder pastor person. age when it should be able to control the
:_ iit City Transfer Co.,," ,of which tile Graves- Perhaps not," answered Miss Cayenne pusnage, it Is yet afflicted with bed-wet Further that be had better open an In- : Notice.I ': .

south. Is a part, "unless the gbost has been able ting depemlupolt.it,the cause of the difficulty telllgence otflce for the employment of Hair Vigor ,
as now will be at the named be.
L and the first places
' trains at Cteeoeut,City luthat ehuroh last to .ecure an 'Introduction from some l is kidney trouble female help.
the of made from our new improved low for the purpose of assessing taxeSHarlem4
should be towards treatment find
. research step It took !Mr. Travers two days to
_Ight train bj appointment. and' then went psychic Star. lel1.WaebIDI'too these iuiportantorgafls. This unpleasant ont that there was no millionaire Merl- formula does not stain or color 12 to 5 p. m.. .. ._. Feb. Slsti

8. U. LABEEE J< & be was to preach ________ trouble is due to diseased condition of ex-United States Senator Mtrldlth Ban n rvllle (school house) ifcindBardln.
Durlitg'hlastayhere the kidneys and bladder and not to a dith-no the' hair even to the slightest .. . . ... .. M 24th
'The Bohemian. -no Mm. or Miss Merldlth-na
habit as most people suppose. degree. Gray hair white hair G. F/ BOU.ABD Tax Assessor
was the guest of "Ah once a bohetnlan always a bo- Women as well asmeu are made miserable clew. And then be resigned.
blonde hair is not made
:L1_ HflRRIS : ) MoO rOds.! bemlanl" exclaimed the unsclssored with kidney and bladder trouble M. QUAD. a -

l h.*, received ward I poet. "A bobemlan never changes." and both need the same great\ remedy. shade darker. But it certainly HANDY MOTH PAPERAmottKlnMroTrranddliUnlKjtant.

Barber ..5. Chafer 4>f North "No, not even his collar," replied the The mild and the immediate effect of "Did she give. ;yon any encouragement does! stop filling hair. No Plamdnnilur
practical man, who bud met a few bo- Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sold ?" "Well she said she thought about that. onriwu, or In the olda. ol furs and
___CI E8CE1T CITY. .. of tbe Cres by druggists, itt fifty. oluihlnn, ItilrWm away motha and worn .
__ hemlans.-Chicago News. vdollar : bright girls ought to marry simple /)0.. nal cAtmyn Vhs talat of tfa tialr.formal Twvlv cheeps. .Ins pn''k''fe,enrrlasa. propel ,
J', ., conferencecorpora cent awl on s .: Winded men."-Houston Post 100 I 0_....,.00t/,itdPugteS does not .h....IIHa

hop and a cleanrsatlsfaeliava ..>th. aonfuwiwe-wii: I DON'T For Org size bottles. 'You may anM sBEtKi K b .wm. 55.5 bei,' bottle .
and Hair One Rllaran.Try City this year until tomorrow what you can do today. have a sample Got What He Liked. A Show seem.teleysa 15w..
tf. by mail free also a a of swsa .
me. 4opriI8i, Inclu If :you are suffering from a torpid ver. all about Host-Wby on earth did you put poor lJers A.'o,
telling Swamp-Root,
Kirs. Chafer will\ or constipation don't Jfalt until tomorrow pamphlet Including many of the thousands of testimonial Jenkins between two such chatterboxes .........b._ to got help. the tablet Hostess-Why.
letters received from sa NOTICE.. Rev. Dr. Scodeld Buy a bottle of Berbln and get that cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., dear you know be Is so fond of tonguesandwiches Indeed,wa believe U will stop every cssaof ; it. _

"_ mad. arrangements .., Is to be the princi liver working Hunt Promptness about Binghamton'c i., be sure and mention falling hair unless there Is some very ;:alsa
of hams and ahoul.will health saves rainy sick spells.' Mrs.ldnGreshm un\ldblolumpllc'llonr something greatly = ..
X* pork, .th t.-.t.Jfte..tto. this I>oD' make any mistake. -
I furnlnh Point Te*. wiltesi "I remember paper. the .<<04tb./ )) senersl hesltli. Then you cFURSaiel
that threwlll be but name SwaDIpRoot.Dr. ,
preparation of the pork used IIcrMnw In my family for six years Chiefly the mold of a man's fortuneIs hou'J! oonettotyollrphy.JcI.n. Also._
some eloquent and scholarly tar- and Bnd It doesaU it claims to do." Bod't I dress Kilmer's S..mp-Rootl..Dd N, Y. on In his own hands.-Bacon. him spoilt Ibo new Ayers Hair Vigor. .........
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Bill Ridden Town. I _

tourist of the world I Old Folke'II
as his opinion that Lucerne fit

bell ridden town In Europe I Matrimonial Exchange.IOrlrinal.l .,
assuredly never keen to
begin with, the countless l PALATKA
pass through the streets In I
: hours of the morujng on An elderly lady with a pair of short
curls on each temple stepped Into
to or from the upland pas I gray
bells as big as buckets. the private office of Philander Shanks, ( -

are church bells too. A One merchant. Mr Shanks rose, bowed, Advertisement !
are no doubt, but the noble pointed to a seat and asked her wbat and This

ringing Cither never existed \he could do for her. .

lost hero The bells are : "I have come to see you, Mr Shanks,

smitten banged to- I on a very peculiar mission. I have a Lease.
two small boys, whose legs Lands For Sale or
plan which I must preface by a bit of -Fine Timber
visible-an alluring mark I explanation." ..
gun-through the open I .
tbe church tower, the The lady paused and looked as If she ..

being about as edify was bunting for some place to begin
music of a donkey engine then went oat \ Fine Bargain at

The performance begins "There are two parts to life for those :
m. ,and contluues until early who live to be our age. The first I Still offering: Sisco.

6. and If there Is a funeral half Is entirely unlike the second In
other day or so-there loneliness Hi FORD
youth we know nothing of the -
sustained burst of mel of old age. Many a man and Gainesville property, Fine Bargain at
to 1. During tbe remainder ,
womanup to Is absorbed In that
the ringing Is varied and r'
but It lacks the Irritating which has nothing to do with providing Satsuma.

early morning exercises companionship for old age. Then g Waycross property,
later public opinion will be perhaps suddenly 'a realization comes _
Those boys will be dragged to us of the fact that we*need the Real Estate Beautiful Home

perch, figuratively If not home. We remember the lost opportunities Polk Co. property on
peace and quiet will reign of youth to form a connection ?

capital of the con which would have resulted in sons and St. Johns River near
Blackwood's Magazine daughters growing up about us and""Madam -"
p adds Insurance
s ," Interrupted Mr. Shanks, and can

Wolves of the 8e.. "you are describing me. I have built Palatka, Fla.
q Inhabitants of the ocean up a fortune, but have neglected to
destructive than the sea build up a home. I have. reached the | Norwalk property 4

of dolphin which attains time when 1 would gladly give tho and Four lots in Jacksonville

grown a length of fourteen fortune for the home. What Is thore
weight of 3.000 pounds for me when I leave this office A $ For sale I or
swimmer It Is quick In Its miserable existence tilt the next njorn- for sale or

cunning as a fox and has Ing, when I resume my: duties. I dine, Investment Agency.
: appetite feeds on the alone, spend a lonely evening at my 1% Trade for. trade for Palatka
seal, whale and walrus and club, and when I go to my desolate '

tonguo of the adult whale. apartments;
mother walrus perceives a "And I," Interrupted the lady"Ilive & property.
she endeavors to throw her In a room by myself I manage to Palatka Property. Pal atka, Fla

an Iceberg If one Is near get along during the day, since I am "
she gets It on top of her Interested lu several charitable associations ry t

,, swims with It above. water. -president of one and secretaryof '
vain. Diving far below, the another-but when evening comes ,
r how I out alone and where canI .
comes up with tremendous can go t ..

and the jolting frantic the mother cub off a "Does go?" your plan aim" to relieve such A Few Nice Investments in Palatka to Offer. j

the water. Here It falls conditions, madam?
to the assailant and Is "It docs. You have made. It very e

( easy far me to propose It. 1 knew you Insurance Solicited.
of destruction the sea were a bachelor and past-well, pastfifty. ,

aided by the thrash ."
which can deliver a terrible "Fifty-five! madam."

; Its tall. Therefore with me.I know I propose you would to establishan sympathize 3 Rents Collected and Property Looked After on .i

: ? Why. exchange for those elderly people
would like to but have no '
who marry '
something almost plaintive '1"\
English word "why." It one to marry True, the major part of Commission Basis. !
; prolonged"upon tbe tho deficiency we can never make up.-
;I the children. Dear little things, how I "
'" In It-
) Is almost poetical
would love to have them always about
Introduces tho best hex:
me, with their funny ways, their""And -
the language: grown, madame I would.) KlYe ,
the heathen rage and the mmmm m
my check for a million for a sontosjicceedjnejn m !
I ne a vain thTBgT v this "
!.!! business.
In poetry are almost Infinite, had children when I
"And U I had
writer makes almost a -
was from twenty to thirty I should ofDco across tile etici't qud found the T: s Wrong Noll.:
: sigh now be petting my grandchildren. 1 young man looking. well enough but 'Tor-for me only?" Nell Is u K..1!' I n'o: UVI-H up on C
birds the night-winds wildly l ory. love them best from eighteen months MY UNAVAILABLE the action of his heart was certainly "For you only I can't love but one I tol bill. On \li>ii'iay: a wouinu co

: ;; clouds pees by to four years, from the time they are EDUCATION. above the normal. woman at one time." to Nell's hutiiw h. wiiKh! : clotllea. t
droop and die learning to walk and to talk till they J Well, 1 attended him for several Opposing currents struggled within woman's ujuie In Nell: too. Qua 1

fade, why from the sky begin to crave playmates" months, his condition remaining much me. I was vexed to have been treated day ;Nell: tan girt! wu In the sit
"And think what a fine thing It Is to Original.' ] him like well, like a woman Instead of a
the same. I found my visits to a a-- room reading; when the telephone! rNell
of the whys there Is not a watch them while. they are being edu We women are handicapped" In the relief, for Instead of talking about bisoilmentlbs physician. Nevertheless I could not the wuK'.iurwouiuu.! unxntMtd!
e, The Inquiring mind Is cated tho boys growing strong and" professions by the fact that we marl\( seemed to attach little Importance keep down a delicious sansatlon that I rIng. Nell. Hit. girl then heard i I
account for many things manly, the girls good and beautiful marry. It's like building on foundations to It find chatted delightfully was loved However, I maintained a the washerwoman,
1: own existence Hundreds 'But we are wasting time without that crumble away.. Whena say 1/4
may Many a time when profesHlonul. status. I "
on other subjects. "Yes. this. U Nell. !f(
tlons occur to us at every coming to the point I will enter my man chooses a career he knows that visiting him I would suddenly discover I "My' time," I sold curtly, "Is as valuable I SUence.
no satisfactory reply can be the first woman charter member the of ho the more '
name as more a family gets that time bad been'slipping away when visiting one whose Intention "How's that?"
1 Life Is too short Socrates of the exchange. I would like you proflclent...he must be In his work. A and I my must curtail my afternoon calls Is to make a fool of me as a pa- Silence.

i, saying "Why," and we to enter yours as the*first man mem woman kn ws that even. a husband Is Indeed there were times when 1 foundI tient who needs me. I shall make you "What: Am 1 mad because '
of the man who called ber." liable to prevent her taking advantage "
f'A for this.
hud neglected some important case. pay herei
kissed uu.iat night'Look -
"little crooked thing that Gladly, madam," regretfully. "We of years of preparation. One afternoon when our meeting had I strode out of the room. But I was you're too fresh. Who are you I
."-Exchange. cannot, as you say surround ourselves Realizing this, I determined when I patient too late. The fellow had caught me.
becMi >clully delightful; my '
csi>t ? I I kNaed"Just
net PI
with families. We are too old. But we began to study medicine that I would said to me: I I I tried to stay away from him and way hun the telephone reed >er

Who Told the Tal. may make homes for each other. No never marry. My friends appeared "I have told you a great deal about keep him away from me. It was no wildly suati tied 1 from her band :
Pullman car be- man can make a home without a woo doubtful, saying that I was too good about
on a my henrt. but you have told me nothing use. The paws of the trap closed the gIrl blushing: furiously, bad I t
York: and Chicago. Dinner Dinu. looking to remain single. I put this lost the
about yours. Mine beats wildly me. 1 married him and results hook"lIe
; bed It. She It the
! funds, madam, hung ou
finished, the gentlemen "You will need some and dowu- to flattery and pursued my whenever I sue you go out on your of six years' hard work. wanted uiu," she said. "H.wa'a .
In the smoking room to en- first for stationery for your notices studies, thou took hospital work. round of afternoon visits. At other And yet. while 1 don't wish to dissuade .
". Invitations, then to secure a place for On coming!: out of the hospital I bung times It la normal. In other words It others of my sex from studying tries to tease me life"As w01.ne.r
tinned him In
the time I was In the war" meeting. r trust you will permit mo" out my shingle In a quiet .street reviving has beat for you ever since I first saw professions, I must admit that my: life she dlxttppeitrfd my the stain
to furnish a little fund for a starter. to practice only I uinong women and up
"I saw a very and children has
quiet man, leave your office. I would know If with my my
you washnrwoinnu smiled and said
; took chock book from a drawer. I hiuln't been nettled. week
He a children. a
thing In the line of surgical yours does not beat for me." been In keeping with nature and I "That's a big one."-Denver Toil
of mine was shot "What name madam? before I received a call from nn old
A friend I rose with dignity, not to say Irrita- have not regretted marrying.
: right breast, the bullet "Spinney-D. A. Spinney." lady living directly opposite, who tion, and replied: ELOISE AMES. He-How can I repay :you for
through him. The pres ""'hat a coincidence! remarked Mr. wished me to go over to her house and 'tell that delightful waits She (whose trail
to me
"Do mean
of bin companion un Sbnnks. pausing In bill work, laying see her sou. "The I poor boy she said you all this time?" I Chamherlaln's Colic' Choter* end suffered)-Ob, don't repay mel !I
have been fooling me
Di rrho R S down his pen and looking at the lady "has always been strong und well till rnt with my ll'PsRmak..r.-Ally Sloper
life. He wrapped It tieS
saved his "My heart Is .affected. Never fulls. Buy It now. may
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around the ramrod of through his spectacles. "Do you know four or five days ago" when be had

pushing It through!: the madam had It not been for one of trouble with bis heart Do come and see
by the bullet, cleared the those asinine conditions Incident to him." Supposing from her words thai

all poisonous lead. I know youth I might have had a hdtoo witha her son was a buy; I went over. There, '''.......
to believe, but gentleman lovely girl by the name of Spinney." reclining on an easy chair was a young ? EE':'_ ::; .7'"..'.,..,., .,.,., :..rI ,
"We all have those memories. I one man not less than twenty-fire years
tlll lives to tell the tale.
: man?" Inquired tho slim PIII- day parted In a pet with a man"- old. He showed no outwurd signs of ion
"An ass probably you mean." Illness, his color being good though
the other sent quietly. "lie took me to a ball. I noticed the when I took his hand to test his heart
one, of course, ex Particular I
old soldier scornfully. name of a girl on his card of dance beat I found his pulse quite rapid. I 21 PrintingFOR
It engagements who I thought was trying asked him to give me his symptoms, I
pardon. I thought
your to get him away from me. I told which be did In these words: i .
the other., him that he must either strike off that "A few days ago I was looking out Of.i
;; : : namo or. strike oft mine for tile five of my window. I remember the circumstances

i Mania For Shopping. dances I had agreed to give blra. well. It was about-.2
of the feminine mania for "Strange! mused Mr. Shanks. "Do o'clock. A cart was lumbering up the ,. Particular. People. -
Is Illustrated In John Foster you know that that very same thing street You opened your trout door
at Work." Speaking happened to me? A girl made the and went out Suddenly my heart, .d. .
O. D. method of shopping and same requirement and I drew my pen which had always beat regularly boo
: In which It appeals to tho oil through her own name wherever It gnu to jump and flutter. I fell backon I.'

i the Blender purse, he appeared on my card. I was a fool. this chair and waited for tile uu-
: ; : The fact that she wouldn't brook a usual action to subside. It finally did (.
has no dollars, that does not rival was proof positive that she loved so but It returns every day aud about Send
order f for
of tho pleasure of shop- mo." the same time." nit. us your next printingand

will walk Into a big store, "Nevertheless 'she had no right. to "Do you drink coffee"
<< a dozen gowns and try on wake such a demand unless she was "Ye ." (1i.

deciding. Then she will engaged to you.' "Stop it at once." that will
we assure
O. D. card and, visiting other "But for that tiff: I have always believed "Liquors!" (f' you you get

will buy a hat, rich un she would have been my wife." "Occasionally""Stop .
and a parasol. She will give lIe banded her tho check. She lookedat them too." 4S4S the best service obtainable.
When the goods are de the signature, and her eyes seemed "Smoke I We e
' the address she mentioned, riveted to It. Without raising them "110 Brookes all the time," his mother _

there Is no such person as she said: put In."Stop .
I True, she has put the "I didn't know your first name was smoking, but gradually-two (t take a special pride in all our work
: lot of trouble. Yet think of Phil-I mean Philander." cigars) a day for awhile, then one end ,
of womanly delight she' "It l la. But why do you notice that?" finally none."

J : her shopping." "Because"-she leaned back In her Ho looked quite cut up, b't t said E11 I whether it be small large order.
1 chair and covered her face with her presently, "Well, seeing It's you, I'll a or :
hands-"because mine Is Domlda." do It, but there's no other doctor lu
S th* Poetofflo.. The cUckety click of a typewriting Christendom that could persuade me."

I .of. accomplished the great advance by Sir In machine In the next room was all that "That's the advantage) of a woman t Would like to prove it to you. : ,

was heard for some momenta, ami physician," said the mother. "Men:
this anecdote
Hill Is given when Mr. Shanks spoke It served tt are dictatorial and unsympathetic."

of at that well time to tiny do drown his wor<1>l. 1 put my ear down on to tho pa Latest Type Styles. Lowest Prices.
came one day a R t
The proposed exchange was nippedIn tient's chest to bear the boating of his
I the let o
G a stamp to put on the bud by the marriage of the first heart. It certainly beat rapidly, but I
I about to "Is this new
man and woman charter members could hear no sounds denoting any organic I
lost?" he asked the E.! -
to ROSALIND nOtTTON. difficulty. I told him that his .
/"Certainly, was re "
trouble was nervous and by following '
i established. "Oh.
Is quite directions he wpuld soon be free
resolved to A Greet. Secret. my
said the man, :
from It I went away not expecting to Job.Departmente'
thing generous support, "give At some of the English country fairs be called In again.
,stnwpsl"! a "great secret" Is sold in sealed envelopes -
Within a week my patient's mother
at twopence apiece. Her lathe / -
came over to say that her son, notwithstanding
HI 10 Bachelor's D.gr.*. secret: "Never buy an article before I that be had followed my t Russell & Vickers Props. i
happy said Mrs. Oldcastle. examining If you had known recommendations had dally recurrences
Is to get bin bachelor's degree this before, you would not have paid of his trouble. I asked her toto
for this Palatka Florida'i
twopence worthless envelope .
when they cam. on, and she said about _
r replied her hostess. "Well. when you could get more than two :3 o'clock. This was the hour that I ,
you for feelln' as you do dozen good ones for the same price" went out on my afternoon round of I.
I Dever.thouwht much of that professional calls and I agreed to go ="' I
girl he's been goln Lake Huron Is dotted with, over '
' to the patient I .
In the next day see '
did you get the match' 8,000 Islands. This la' mot than any ,.", .".". ''''. 1LL .03'" = EEEEE1-
rejttt the next djajr.!!: _directly\ :: !. frpm. pjj ;i.iIt'.iIt'" 7i11'7;
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r t I InaugurationSite George Washington's

; ashingtoifs oirthdewy necdote.bout' "Buffday." S

Scene When He of Lu5 Statue Now (Written for Th Palatka New,) '

_ t Guernsey First Took the Oath as the Exa.ct Financia.1. L George Washington George Waihlnton, cum tier, yer little

President In New York. Center of the Nation.In Wid niger ywr lalg, bowed out an' evil. like a

'( 0 0 S trigger
Make.n big lire, pat on do kitties;
_ IT all the monuments walling to convoy tim presIdent to By J. A. EDGERTON For vittles I'm gwino ter cook ..r table loud .r

tbat have his lodgings In Cherry street, but he
__ I A* T gwln tee town, all arlong for way, S
- C.,.Vrlhl. I,." B. tVMk 1. ...... f boon erected to preferred to wulk, loading a civic and C.ih II USs .y I. A. td5..s. Folk i wer nay la'dl* U Ueorga WanbluM" "
0: American be- military parade up Broadway.At ; bulrdiy. S.

... 'I' l' roes and statesmen dawn on the following day the Whn' my boy done now. I'd Je* like tor
t I none seems national salute was fired at Bowling --- --- '---- Dot know tfvur'body la dor town. talk'bout him.o,
and Green General Washington arrived T Is tbe person lilui.1' tIe
more fitting George "I killed then told
years fo the doctors. They've'gone down 1o with and civic escort at Fed- I al touch George j WaHliIn'ton'i buflTday. George Wanh S
a military that
appropriate tbo circumstance without evasion or In ton'HbulMny' ,
yenr lI'alrtol'd to see one. Look bore, boys; Iget than the great eral ball at noon) and was led to the -EITJ counts nowadays hesitation.A All 'long dec reliC,dat'i what der folk do S
(Guern : this plan up butI'm not going ou : : say. S
bronze statuoTI senate chamber. As ho entered Vice I People Iheryaian offered a certain vicious
: been with It." I'd furgot It,iho hurried' beck to bake
of President Adams said: I I I want toseea animal to one who' vould rldo her :: u.k'o1
\ any or nig fin L.I I an'ci' brown ginger
tl'; '" "IJuhl" said Dick Davis. "Wnat are "Sir, the senate and house of representatives man face to him to the next town and back again cake

I "celebrate tho we going to do for our joke then" the of the United States are face to note his without (tilemotint lag./ George nlwuyrt Rr linn buffdny l have, iho;
: 22d of February "I dou't 'I'w going to mend U,.r now, I llkur nr'.rl.St'; blaoult .
care. s ab fgi3J randy to attend you to take the oath personal appearance a /good rlitor. hairdo the trlul. In due dougti.OodoMn S
I, by some elaborate that broken window frame and thenI required by the constitution which to observe timo bo r piece of gab fo'ulg frum Ml8. Bin If*aettln hen 5
Intend to go down to the grocery Wall will be administered by the chancellor the mann back The stablomau proposed( to make
i RflIHCIIIef.s None and Invest the little money I have In of the state of New York.' e r ,of his hln fey "dint' milled I yet$ t'lnks I ot top know
good offer but George\ said that
/ DldVu I hup Hot her,not free day er gel I
s : could tell
"I what some flour and meat. If any of you York city. Tbls "I am ready to proceed" said General I speech, takeS would not be fair OH the horse had
t Knock cliit' I
rt relevancybore this MK grriy rooster down; doan yor
want to help all right" .
Washington. himbythehandw
splendid like thrown him once though he bad again li't him holier; S
':: to the For a full minute we were all speechless The vice president, senators and and look Into mounted and thin time had conquered M...' "mil' Ml be Hho ter l lay. it ter Oa'lln.

i! birthdayCJoorgo of with astonishment but boys are chancellor then led the wny to tIre his eyes. To The third concerns a negro. It was Wailer
'f:1yIP'! i j Wash-' sympathetic to tho leadership of an : and there the S succeeding Oa'llnaVsaotrtflln'i, vhlt folk know she
. E&rciwAslirNoroN & open outsldo gallery, -on generations early morning In the back yard. By steal* S
i ington. !It was admired comrade and there was not a spot-where tbe statue now stands-tho GeorgeWashington chance II neighbor saw the whole trans Dld'. Mi.'Binlf kotoh hor kin In her oorn-

.," 1,, I' a custom howl dissenting voice. At a late hour that _ oath of ofilce ,' action It H: said that the immortal lisle tPl
.,! ;'I\1' l ever and custom night a loaded WUROU "was.driven up RnEwben he took was administer- has grown Into George' swore At any rate, ho kicked ,,k dirt ohloken clean 'member what I say'Evor'body :
if i ;,f 'f. of religion' to I J..o. ooD't 'mnglno how all der folks Iliac
";" .: If: hurried to and fro stowing boxes and on April 30, 1780. Furthermore, It Washington/ demigod a gigantic asked about It afterward, Washington out
" \ 'I,! college boys In barrels Into tbe shed. marks the exact financial l center of the stepped upon myth, an blushed furiously, said be did not know 'Twur his buffdny when I done*bo furgot.

general. Tho When the teachers tiled Into the nation whose destinies Washington so 4 the balcony tbe I exalted figureInfinitely any one saw him. but tint the negro He nobler bIn teal town sIn' clrou day la*'
, year-of. which the following morning Professor i4\ "ur.
chapel multitude In the removed -
had lIed.There .
ardently proclaimed to congress and '
An how dey floe It out je* beat me, I do- '
,:( I write It had Drooinbucu's face showed unwonted tbe assembled multitude on that faroff street burst Into ,1 from the are many other Instances on a lure I

4 been agreed excitement. On the conclusion of the cheers. General "arE, I AlalAcoE. .common life.Nogreaterserv. record of tie! Father of III Country Hem, nipper take dt* pall an1 milk ole
..4 upon that Professor services Dr. Logan arose and said. day.When General Washington, on his Washington "OUL'" using lather highly seasoned language. Mukev Brown: ;
MU Hmlf nebber know iti. I met her
"Professor Droombucli wishes to speak way from Philadelphia, came up the wore a suit of Ice can be done There was that tar town.
bacb should be of matter which be has to be dark to him or to the
. 'ii. a reason bay In a handsomely decorated bargeall -l brown people than to dissolve memorable occasion Den wash dam I1.h tater clean an' put
:,I' tho victim of lIeve concerns tbe vessels In the harbor exceptone \\ cloth, whltasllkstockings these false estimate and show when! boTouud dom on &tor bud

.' -- '- the joke. lie the seniors; were decked with flags and there h silver him as he was. It will only add to the that General MOt quick'chile George. Waabln'tonl yer itch or

g had been but u -4p ; therefore he requests was a continuous'roar of saluting guns. 1\.a shoe buckles love for him when It la realized that he Lee bad ordered
Bat ginger cake done
Bho now tree an'iiowii
i. flOOliBACH. fe\v. months atT" tbe class The single vessel which wore no gala S and nt his. side was very human, a man touched by S a retreat. ,
Ouuruayyand Albon the emotions of his kind q How good dat chicken moll. he Je. ** needtUi'alu'
t president, dress was the Spanish man-of-war Onl- l 5.- there hung a meeting all Some ono has .
s "'-, si'looked upon by all of us as an ( ( I Thayer, to come veston. She stood off Governors Island ..--- -'. steel I hll.tod sorts of adversities. and vexations, 4. -' said tlint Washington roun
ntfdder. Manifestly an alleu. his gro- 4 ::1 to the stage." black grim and sullenly silent There sword. Illscom- tempted often and sometimes falling .vt "swore Yor'fl. bout. B pow'ful nlggor for folk ter talk er-

,-) appearance and halting JSugI Thayer was was a feeling of Indignation/ among tbo 1111: KIIIK'tD vita DlOI.E mnndlng figure but withal having nothing Imall or ':t like on ungpl." Doan' knork lit chicken obvr look ecu!

I,1hmrwere'the subjects of numerous -. taken by surprise crowds on shore when this was noticed towered above thosevui.> stood about mean In his nature. Truly a very king- ig At any rate' be boy, look null

) jrud jests. Ho occupied wlu bin wife but he put but at the moment when the him. An be kissed the Bible and said. "I 1 ly soul Imposing In his appearance, S checked the retreat Yondnr mimi yer pappy will y.r sisters' an*

| h poor old bouse just beyond the cam- i1i' on a bold front president's barge came abreast the nwonr.\ Chancellor Livingston raised strong In hIs virtues, divine In his Move. yer Corn bruddcir tator her an' push dat cake

v t'1I"JJ! ;.' and stood facing warship the Galveston's yards were bin band and shouted. "Long live wrath and little short of angelic In his Another retreat down fudUer.

Professor Dluimlt who bad held tho ,-, the little Ger- manned as If by magic and her rig- Goal'(to Washington, president< of tbo I compassion; not brilliant, but well aroused Ills \\W'"p: In nil,cum In, I got fO'l1o'W: tar tell j
Itlon before him hud acquired his man, who pour ging burst Into a bloom of fluttering Dulled States!I" \ few minutes after- rounded. shining not so much from I Ire. It was pre chicken hlH tuulll bufTdiiy I ; .' good dot

German at Heidelberg. lie was a ed out an Incoherent flags as her guns crashed out tile presidential waid'; ami while (the trowels still shout, genius as from character; never familiar cipitate-In fact What oil dl. fuss about> Why,all der folk .
jttandld. specimen of manhood, genial, a flood of salute. Arm In arm with General 0.1 In tho strc-eH Iio delivered lllH lnuto > and yet kindly: almost affable some of tbo do: miv, 'I
{brilliant and hondsonio veritable t thanks, which Knox; General Washington walked it, li.augurni ,uddiess to the as- and always generous; patient, persevering American troops( A* dlt I is aeorge. WaiiblnUon'own buffdny,

hero.' among us. We could easily far- no one but the across A carriage wale "(, .tied. congress. serene and equitable; often defeated were running (>, T furaot It,sho, but whoa I got t..r town,

five him for resigning/ the position to .- r- class understood. __ _Battery_____ park -----. --- but planning victory In the ::;:7 away. Washington wher vbbor' I want I hoard It all er. round.Georale .

.,.tek8better\', one, but we could not \.. ii I As Thayer was m midst of defeat; disinterested and Just flew Into a Iii'ton''Waxhln'ton't buffday buffdayGeorge Wash- S
forgive> Professor Droombach for tak- about to quit tbe speaking little and that little often HB ACTED AS SENTINEL.:: terr be| rage All obur town dat'.;what dor people ay.

''nlJ his place. 'I' \\, __ stage the doctorrecalled commonplace but dazzling and awe cast his hat on the ground and exclaimed Take a piece ob chicken, putt jer plate for
S l Bonny Thayer, our"class president .;_ bun Inspiring In presence and action this "Am I to fight tbe battles of dresin'.
wapbe moving spirit of it all. Hea saying that there was the Washington seen by his contemporaries my country with such men as those D"rl1 dor furgot bleislu'S ergln. George Wahlntono*'

\\11. generous, good natured< fellow, (4--___ ... were some things I Tbe first president once visited the ALICH FLOBiAif HOLLAND '
'\Vb.' love for Professor Dlmmlt bad f that Professor In appearance Washington was tall senate, the only time that a chief executive -

'amounted to something like hero -worairiev srowino BOXES AND Droombacb athletic and graceful always well ever appeared before congress.He .

and be was never able to look at BARDEI.S. wished him toad dressed and courtly, of great strength placed a treaty before tbo body In a Nitroglyoerln "Hil ."

hi* .Voritea successor without lustltattotf <1. Not only bad many valuable gifts and with large hands and feet, face which he wanted acted on at once In the "clangor area" the severest

f t' S a comparison between the two. been left at his house but some one j' tr t3L4I rather pale and pockmarked balr almost Some. ono moved that the.. consideration I discipline Is maintained. All entrance
/' Indeed be bud himself that reddish, eyes gray, usually veiled
_ persuaded had added greatly to the habltablllty of the subject be postponed. Washington are carefully guarded by searchers
;;i.h{ ill feeling toward Droombnch was and comfort of his dwelling. Could by drooping lids; nose prominent, started up lu a violent fret and I wbo rlgorouJy.. examine every: IndlIdual -
1' ;Art' expression of I lo/alty toward Dim- Mr. Thayer explain that? I mouth and chin not large, but strong; : said "Tbls defeats every purpose.o'\ that desires to enter, relievingilm

li\ '//ttltftllt, Is not necessary to enter into Fo t a minute Bonny hesitated. As he I forehead receding but with too appearance my coming here." A, he passed out of of any metallic objects that maybe
Jl. oVtaiIC thai" Wus to where the Father elevation; carriage erect and turned of his friends
: Bf-ttiu'litim finally did so ho gluuced up ;; the door he to one carried upon his person. together
t! 'r r Mettled upon. Enough/ heavy cotton of Ills Country looked down from "" distinguished-withal a handsome man and exclaimed "I'll be d. -d If I'll with matches and other suspicious ob-

brh.( 'I'' Cloth: "had been purchased cover the the. drapery of flags. A merry twinkle ''.:. noted of women and noting them lu ever come hero again!I" ''Jects which upon coming Into contact S

::1.1 .atHf outside of the professor's wretch came Into bla blue .eyes. and with a ::1,1; turn; on aristocrat of the old school. ; At the time of the location of the with, the dangerous chemicals used In

"I ed bouse. With the aid of a pot of red low bow. first to the doctor, then to the 'I In a word a Virginia gentleman. capitol In the District of Columbia Edmund this tone might provoke',serious trou-

I II I \I, paint this was decorated with pictures professor, bo said: "i One moanIng while. waiting for one Randolph who bad been attorney ble. No matter how often an employee

//01 r ,,4u ancr<'_ttoe. 'In which tbe old man was "Sir I cannot tell a lie. I did It with "ij of his colonels, he remarked that he : general bitterly attacked the engaged within the bill may pass In

')mercilessly\ cailcatured. my little batcbet! j needed exercise. Tying a rope to a scheme saying that It was an effort of and out, every time be enters ha must
'J 'KTW; since hla connection with the lie took \bis seat amid a storm of appluuao. I tree lironst high, he Instructed a negroto the president to enhance the value of submit to this preliminary and essen-

I .'- school;! Professor Droombach's custom bold tbe other end. Then tbe gen- the Innds of his relatives and mnUInp Inl operation There are also some

;'had been to go each Wednesday even- Strange as It may seem, the little Incident d Id cial jumped It back aDd forth a Dumber many other charges. A friend called< (COO( girls employed, and these are under -
J Init. with biB wife over to Falrford and 1 worked wonders. First It led of times At another time be hurled on Washington tho 'ery morning the the charge of matrons. Hairpins,

f! "* return\ on tbe early train the following the faculty to make inquiries which resulted an Iron bur much farther than could pamphlet appeared. He noticed that ordinary pins shoe buttons, metal pegs -

lIul ." looming:. We had never been able to In an Increase In tbe professor' number of young men "who were there was considerable commotion In within the soles of the shoes, knitting

, La' ", 'fathom the purpose of these mysterl- salary and also to the transfer of him. 1 practicing at the sport. the household and that the president and other needles are all religiously S

c louIS visits. However as tbe 22d fell self and hIS wife to comfortable lodgings Passing some soldiers who were looked duilc and lowering. "Have you barrod. Their hair Is tied with braidor

r. year upon Thursday, the profess- In the* college building. I noistliiir a log on top of a fort, Washington teen Randolph's* pamphlet?" naked the ribbon, and, as with the male em-

ih .01"1 absence would leave us more free Warmed by the kindly Influences I observed that tbe load seemedtoo visitor, ployees every tune they enter the
out A. the house heavy for them. lie thereupon asked "I have" said Washington "and. by
rn :'to-carry our plans thrown around him, the little old professor 'danger area" they are similarly
I ;.wu,not visible from the public road, seemed to become new man,, a corporal bossing the job to help. tbe eternal God, he Is the d-dent searched by the matrons. Scientific. !
11., .',w' :went down before dark to perfect and. In spite of his ,uncouth manners, This officer not recognizing his general liar ou the... face of the earth American. -

. l' :' our arrangements. The place looked' as we learned to love and respect htm. turned with all the pomp of an It Is well authenticated by his account -

'itlioas) It were scarcely habitable. There was no one from whom we part- \. .; .... emperor and responded, "Sir, I am a books tbat the first president A Hard Knock.
inf, l lM"'WtfU tack the big banner here," ed with more genuine regret at the corporal" Dismounting Washington gambled somewhat In youth though Railroad claim agents have little

16on, {>:y'" <,was saying as ho tapped the close of the jear.Washington. r ('\. % himself helped to put the log In place, never to excess; that he bad wines on faith In their fellow creatures. One

sL i crazy door with his hatchet At this : 1 after which be said, "Mr. Corporal, Ills table ant that bo drank moderately said recently: "Every time I settle a
'Ft t' ,4moment our eyes fell upon a board as an Inventor. :;;/>, ': when you have another such job and ; that ou one of hid campaigns for claim with one of these bard beaded S
'nailed not enough men send for your commander In the house be
In} { across the lower part of the George Washington like -Abraham : membership Virginia rural residents wbo wants the railroad
' ? ;}6001.':la a bungling tu blon. This piece Lincoln was an Inventor. He Inventeda 'f... ,. In chief and I will gladly come bought a hogshead and a barrel of to pay twice what be would charge the

e. : ..ot Carpenter work culled forth uproarl- deep soil plow, which was used ou '.. ,.,,'' and help' you a second time." spirits for his constituents; that beloved butcber If he gets a sheep killed I
_: "j'" oiia laughter in which Bonny Thayer his plantations In Virginia until be ;.;.;,; I In the terrible winter at Valley fishing and hunting rlillng often think of this story, Illustrative of the
-. did not After his knees '( Forge where Washington dined one to hounds that he made readily
join. going on heard of a better one in England. This .. ; money way. some people want to bold tbe rail-
'4smmlne. It closely he rose to hla feet.wItba.ober ""' > diy: on potatoes and hickory nuts ha and was the richest of tbe presidents road responsible for accident, of
he Imported at once. Ills invention (, i ; : .:: : every
;: : ., > called cold to the sentinel
face. one morning that he was quite a gallant
,, ; Two
whatever that
kind happens
J" was useful which Is more than can be ," ." "V"
:!:Wb"wr' be exclaImed. "You can sold of Lincoln's. The latter Inventeda l)< :: : In front of hrs headquarters, "My goodman with the fair lies; that he was naturally rluumen were driving home from

- :1(.tea'dear through the: place and there's flatboat designed to go through very '::. \,.;./. have you bad anything to eat?" passionate, Impulsive and high tempered town one nIght when theIr buggy ran

.J! Jaardhy a thing shallow water or lift itself over bars, '!' (- ,, 4fJ : : "No' sir," was the reply "Give me but hail learned to control him Into a dltcb, overturned, and they were
youi" musket, then, and go Inside and self In almost marvelous that
\l tbe house an nay;
both stunned When a rescuer came
but it would not work.Wa.hington'u. i.( _.
I:. boys. Just walt ;'..........-,." jet some breakfast," and the tall commander IB was not cold but affectionate, and along and revived them the first thing

:'. \ hare a tulnut 81n.Geol'ge acted as sentinel while the soldier that the quality which passed for cold- one of them said was ''Where's the

I'J 'I I'm going over six feet two ate.While. ness In him was only reserve amounting rain?' 'Why there's no train around' She
to Billy's," he Washington was president the Father of His almost to shyness.George was told. 'Then wbere's the rail
Inches tall and weighed/ 175 pounds according -
a added, darting of Country made a trip through road?' 'Tbe nearest railroad Is three
{ to a physical description _ _ England. One
out of the goto. Versus Willie. '
miles he learned. "Well well
him at the ago of twenty-eight He WASHINGTON: STATUE WALL AND BROAD STREETS NEW YORK away,
Billy II en'frI''f' and WAS FIRST INAUGURATED. I fmaiim, .____ ---.g day a Postilion ha commented. 'I knew It bit us Dretimrdbutldidn't.uppo.e -
had big hands, big feet big joints WHERE WASHINGTON and -- -
b' came I ;
up S
was a
it knock-
Lr!( was well muscled. lIe walked quite .. said with an aIrS WONDER if George Wash ty
great friend of S ed three miles from the track1"Argonaut. -'
1, all the Guern- erect and at the age of sixty-five It was Waehlnctsn's Waited Chano Washington Liked to Fish. :, of Injured dignity IW'; I ington, us .
remarked tbat he was as straight as S _ _
much Grover Cleveland not the only :
sey boys. Heti. "George Washington was not was When he was nine years
I :-. was n sort of ever In his carriage. of a business man. I take It," remarkedthe president of the United States wbo I "Your excellency old, The Page Bstwesn
.1 Jack of all dearly loved to flub. There was a fine I as we
captious critic as he deftly trimmedthe Turned out his toes and brushed his A Now Orleans woman well known
,( trades and February Twenty-two. fringe on his antiquated and well precedent for biB fishing expeditions In were driving for her work for charity recently accepted
l I could mend the outings of George Washington. along a little hair at
? -- an Invitation to speak an ,
t/:} io anything from To dear George, the fate were worn cuffs."Bow In his diaries he tells us that be "went way back we And always shut the door with care anti-tuberculosis meeting On the plat-
you, do make that out?
"' a watch to a you a-dl'agglng for sturieon" frequently. .' overtook a man And did as he was told.I form she found herself seated betweena
.J wagon. Bonny kind, ""Well when ho crossed tbe Delaware In 1787 while In Philadelphia, he got _\ with a loaded wonder if he said bishop and a rabbi and the tone of i'
tri 'Thayer was a Tar kinder than to me. It was full of floating Ice. There fishing tackle and went up to his old ii cart who occupied never the meeting seemed to be rendered extremely -

t born mechanic 'Twas twenty-two, I tee for you, was Ice goingto waste. Yet George camping ground at Valley Forge, where (/' the entire "Oh dear!I" ,when he was sent to solemn by tbe combination. ,

and spent an hot' baleful "twenty-three!I" went on toTrenton and fought the be spent a day canting his lines. Two ;i road. ,1 asked bed. WILLIE. In order to lighten the solemnity, she.
'k British." 'later he was at Portsmouth, and him to stop his .JJ
occasional hour years said, turning to the rabbi "Do you .
B In Billy's shop. "What else should ho have done? as he writes "baring lines we pro- ----- team that wemight know, I feel as If Iwere a leaf between \
t In a few minutes ""Well he might have organized an ceeded to the fishing banks a little -" pass by. The Onion In Cooking.The the Old and the New Testaments. -
Bonny ap- The Tailor and the Collog Humo I.t. Ice trust with offices In Jersey City, without the harbor and fished for cod; AND BO IIB HAD. lIe aecllned. greatest of French cooks, being ."
[ Perennial victims -of the humorous all that Ice and become the of then told him that President Washing- asked to give the secret of his success '
cornered time
IPPEARio: WiTh peared with a but, It not being a proper Tbe rabbi turned a sad eyed gase ..:i
!,,:A SAW. coupleof boards paper at Yale are the familiar campus father of the octopus." tide, we only caught two." That year ton was In the chariot. lie again re- answered: "The very foundation of all her.
; upon
characters, Jim Donnelly the policeman : fused and said that he would not stop gooj cooking Is butter and onion! 1 S
1 e arm. a. saw a hatchet and I he become president the capital being ; "Yes. madam," be said "and. If you
nails. ; Pop Warner the 'teeming ex New York. In a newspaper of 17UO that be had as good a right to the road use them In all my sauces and gravies will recall that Is usually a blank ,
pressman," so called because be delivers Like Immortal George.When as George Washington hail" They have the effect' of making a customer page
e we decorate the house," he there Is an Item that "yesterday the on."
4 jre can at least tinker the old I his goods In an automobile and president of the United States return To which the great man replied simply como back for more. Butter
up Sons the suit Walker the wood without onion will drive the customer
| little." Rosenberg pressrrs Weary split ed from Sandy IIoolc and tbo Sailing "And so he had.
oor a EVEN FROM TUB MommnraHallaril
about whom, in a Pegasian flight ot He feared that he would catch it Washington's steward l. knowing the away after a few days. Boll the onion
V enched off the board from Its banks, where bo bail been for the benefit 'a Snow Liniment la praised for
'. p aud looked In again. Then distress at the time of the junior :But when the other hoboes howled, of the sea air and to amuse himself fondness of hiM master for fish, ordered till It melts or entirely disappears; tbe good It does A sure ours for Rheumatism -
prom., the Record uttered these .winged tho first shad of the The then add the butter and call tbe mix.
of fish season.
red a long, low whistle. The "Who worked de as 1" he only In the delightful recreation and all pains. Wright W. Loving -
; us crowded about and looked words: ing. We are told he has had excel president Inquired how much be paid ture stock.-Excbsnl Grand Junction, Colo., writes : "I
,, > revelation of poverty wee ab- Oh. Ro>anbrr. dear Rosenberg, growled, lent sport, having bluisnlf caught s for the shad. "Three dollars," was the used Bnllard's Soow Liniment, last win '-
startllug.he I Thy *on. we'll n.'.r iorg.t.That "I did it wit' me hatchet!" great number of lea bans and black. reply, "Take It away" commanded Artificial FIU*. ter, for Rheumatism and can recommend -
uH.of cloth, Dame Juliana Berners of It as the best Liniment on tbe
prioress 3
he must be a miserly old Ood only. know*. TJRED TXUDDLES. fish. Washington. "I will not encouragesuch market. I thought at the time I was
I'm waiting for them )'et. the nunnery of Sapwell. near St Al-
1 Dick Davis exclaimed. "Pro- extravagance In my bouse bans England was the author of the taken down with this trouble, that 16
d )lmmlt managed to live well I'll mlu that train. ril co Insane The Right Place. Appropriate Some hypercritical people have bad first book on angling In the English would be a week: before I oould get
.. And rip and tear and ou.*. A dignified elderly gentleman riding The Monument Man (after several the effrontery to doubt tbe little batcbet about but on applying your Liniment
Just out oC resell language printed In 1406. She gives several. times
abortive story but here are three other tales during the night I was '
[took here,' said Bonny, driving Thar goes that p.ooh on a train was annoyed by a boy sItting SIl/lg.RtlODSI-lIow/ would simply love of a list of twelve files, and DOW, after about la 48 hours and well In three
reflecting Washington's
{,they reduced the salary onead I'va mld my ohanc to fu... across the aisle. The boy bad just "Gone home" do? Mrs. Newweods lapse of more than four centuries, artificial days Sold by Aokerman-StewartDrug.
and will at least till the
Plniinlt used to make a good With this same suit presser as hero finished his breakfast and was amusing -I guess that would be all right It these stand files constructed after her formulas Co.
advent of the next "knockers' brigade. ______ __
tbe last .
was always place .verthou&ht
m outside lessons. It'. miser- the story Is told on a popular professor himself by laughing at tbe old would prove as successful as any
: T, and. Drooinbacu hasn't anj that In leading chapel one mom- gentleman.. Presently the latter leaned .- of going.-Puck. The animal first was Is of well a battle blooded with,a but colt wild The of tbs up,to date creations, Daytona Private Hospital and

[j lemon.' Ing he stopped short leaned over and over and said to the boy's mother:
4 hammered Industriously for a whispered excitedly to the choir, "Madam that child should be spank: Winning Her Attention. and was much prized by Washington'smother Helpless. Sanitarium.

|. and then went on: "What's the name of tbat song 'Press ed." "My wife never pays any attention to One day George attempted to Ella-What a helpless girl she to: Kvary facility for the' proper treatment
ride the wild colt and did so, remain- and rare of niDdUml and lurRloal. cases.
what f
IL that the old On. Christian Soldier. Press On? "I know: It, said she "but I don'tbelieve say. Stella-Yes. It somebody should .. .
Ilcnsbaw provide Kl ntrlual traliim
says appliance nurwt quiet
lag on the animal's back until It broke _..... ...... ...
"Mine does sometimes.
dozen In spanking a child on a full -- .* .. Special attention to
aT had a terribly bard time to "Rosenbeig! uuine front a men the mistletoe and furnish tbe men glvfii
"How do It?" a blood vesxel and tell dead. At break all patients. rmonnppUmttlon Nov 4rt.
v; If- Mrs. Droombacb Is suffer-!i nt cur "We'll sing tbreo stanzas of stomach. yoiKtnanage she couldn't do th* rest Canadian Second A v .. pnvtona. Via.Ur .
F. i a malignant and about < Rosenberg! said the tattler, with ecclesiastical "Neither do I," said he. "Turn him "I talk In m, sleep."-London Opla- fast the mother asked about her favor- Courier. .U:A* Kioak sod R, HfttVSU
. ng tbe old. man .gets.has. to (O assurance.-H. R. Embre oVer" __ ___ Ion. US.! olt"JI dead,. majlain!! ,." !!!l4 hjraloUui In Qbarg* S

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la the most bell ridden Exchange.,

lie had assuredly

l : (Orl ....1.1J Schwyz. To begin with, l W"ATcnPA.LATKA

la a dimly; : lighted room on: the cattle that pass through I tOrtslnal.]
: top the small hours of tbe lady wIth a pair. of short
most story of
a house In tile
outsklrti on each temple stepped Into
Of I way to or' from the I
Moscow a, number. of revolutionist tures wear bells as big office of Philander' Shanks,, -

ware plotting the asRasslnatlon' of tin And there are church bells Mr. Shanks rose, bowed, Advertisement !

minister of the Interior when a .iulc peal they are, no doubt, a seat and asked her what and This

footstep was beard< on the staircase art of bell ringing either. |' for her.

below, and a moment later the door or baa been lost hero. to see you, MR: Shanks,

was thrown open and a man excitedly I rung by being smitten or peculiar mission. I have a Lease.
entered. gether. by two small boys, Lands For Sale or
I must preface by a bit of Fine Timber
'' .
: VVe bT beon betrayed! besaid. are plainly visible-an I ." I -
The police will be ner. dlrecUyl" for. an air gun-through ,I .
paused and looked oa It aha ...
"Who i" the traitor?' flaked< a num- louvres of the church
ber of volcea at once. sounds produced being for. some place to begin

"I don't know but I do know that lug as the music of a on

ry' he la one of us here present. .- In full play. Tbe two parts to life for those Fine

Every man blanched and looked< at at 4:JO a. m.end continues to be our. age. The first :

.v. y other. man fiercely, suspiciously,, service at 6, and If there Is unlike the aecont. In
despairingly. Only the presldentmaln which Is every other day
know nothing of the loneli
y tamed his equanimity. will be another sustained Many a man and ( Gainesville property '
age. Fine Bargain at
ody from 0 to 7. During B
"Korloff, be Bald< to the man whobrougnt4be D > .
to Is absorbed In that
Information "how do of the day the ringing Is forty
know this T'"Througb you persistent, but It lacks nothing to do with provid
for. old Then Waycross property, Satsuma.
power of tbe early age.
one of our spies In the [ _
?;: service of tho minister. wo Intend to Sooner or later publle a realization comes

put out of the way, We are to be arrested aroused. Those boys will the fact that we* need the Real! Estate Beautiful Home !

+ tonight: at U o'clock. The traitor from their perch, remember the lost oppor 3 Polk Co. property, on

has Informed. tbo minister. that we literally, and peace and youth to form a connection ?

would be In session air that hour" In the eponymous capital have resulted sons and St. Johns River near!
federacy.-Blackwood'a 1> : growing up about us and"-
"It la now a quarter to 0, tbe president Interrupted Mr. Shanks, and can add Insurance
suggested at bla
; looking watch.
i M "We Waives of the me. I have built Palatka Fla.
? bttvo time to get away. ,
r but have neglected to -
"Not at all," said Korloff. "There Of all tbe Inhabitants
baa been a secret watch kept all the few are more destructive home. I have reached the Norwalk property .

evening" wolf a kind of dolphin I would gladly give the and Four lots in Jacksonville
the home. What la there
''Then when full grown a length
we ore surely lost"
feet and a weight of 3.000 I leave this office? A For sale I orI
There scoured nothing to do but ,
y A swift swimmer It Is tilt the next !!inorn- for sale or!
await their doom. Presently the pres"Ident -
Raid; movements, cunning as a I resume my duties 1 dine Investment Agency.

". an Insatiable appetite a lonely evening at my Trade for. .
"Our only hope la In submitting trade for Palatka
when I to desolate '
of seal whale and go my
young I
peacefully to arrest and afterward endeavoring '
to throw suspicion on the In also on the tongue of the ; -

'+ former. Since he Is one of our number When a mother walrus Interrupted the lady-"I Palatka Fla property.
by myself. I manage to Property. Palatka
we can accdse him wltb a fair show sea wolf she endeavors _
of being able to prove him guilty. As cub on to an Iceberg If during the day since I am
W ,
a your. leader, with full rower to execute Falling this abe gets It on In several charitable associ \. ,
of one and< secretary i /I
head and swims with It
any plan I may determine upon I direct
r. But this la vain. Diving -but when evening comes
that we remain In our scats, with
the door unlocked. When the force arrives fish of prey comes up with go out alone and where can

we will pretend surprise declaring force, striking the frantic / ... plan aim to relieve such H i in Palatka to Offer. \
that -we are a society for. the studyof terrific. blow and jolting madam?". A Few Nice Investments
her bead Into the water.
geography., Indeed aa you know, I
have kept geoginphlcal' here for an easy victim to the You have made It very

an' emergency like tbls.maps Let the librarian soon devoured.In to propose It. I knew you H Insurance Solicited.

get them out. Its work of and past-well, past ,

'There U another precaution to betaken wolf Is frequently aided by slC

of great Importance.. .Arms will er, a fish which can madam.
... not only avail us nothing, but will betray blow with Ita tall. me.I knew I propose you would to establish sympa fe Rents Collected 'and Property Looked After on

us. Give your weapons to Iiorloffwho
will take them and thrown'them Why. for those elderly' people
i like to marry but bave no .
down a secret abaft provided for There la something 'e 1'\.
... the of
True major part
the purpose of getting rId oC Incriminating In the truly English word fe Commission Basis.
we can never make up-
documents." may be Indefinitely .. .
Dear little things, how I
The members, who were sworn to lips. "Why" Is almost "t
to have them always about
;' S obey their president all gave up tbelr self and fitly Introduces < 5
+ arms\ and the librarian brought out the ameter lu tbe language: funny ways,
boekv. The table around wblcb they "Why do the heathen ma for a minion for a son,to
sat was strewed with rough ..ketcbelot'I'R..tlnlly peoplejwflftfHe" vain th
In thlg I
y explored countries s>ap* "*Tts; uses In poetry are business. I
thing made to Wok as BChpfeTTy'na pos.alblo. and one modern writer 1 had had children when -

__ ( --* I line of It alone: twenty to thirty I should I offlco across the street and found, the T s Wrong Roll:
{ She my grandchildren young man looking well enough, but "For-for me only" Nell Is a 1t1.1 I u'tu. II\TH up oat i
,'ijttoro 0 I o'clock tbe sound of Why do the nlffha-ttlnda months I
I __----t."outsteps:;<; ,came up from below, and In I The sea birds wildly cry.The best from from the eighteen time they are MY UNAVAILABLE I the action of his heart roes certololyobo'e "For. you only. I "can't love but one tol bill. Ou 'liiiriayn a wouiau em
v another minute the door was pushed summer clouds pass : EDUCATION. the normal. woman at one time. to Nell's IKIIIHV. to w:tubclothes.! Iwoman's
Tho lilies droop and die walk and to talk till they ii withinme.
attended him for. several Opposing currents struggled (
Well I Ic
open and a single man entered,' while The light fade from the ujuit' IK Nell toe DIM
playmates. months bla condition remaining much I was vexed to have been treated Nell, iliijlr1.: wu In the. il't:
j others remained< In the ball The man Why-oh, why what a fine thing It Is to day
[O.lalnal.1We ] the I found my visits to him a like a-well, like a woman Instead oC a
same when the
who came lu was In ordinary apparel To most of the whys edu room reuJliiK
while they are being handicapped In the
women are
R relief, for Instead of talking about his physician. Nevertheless I could not wu'liorwuuiau\ answered\
and masked. All looked at him aston- good because. The and the
l he.1. The police were not,used< to puzzled< to account for r'a' girls boys good growing and beautiful.strong professions It's by like the building fact that on we foundations muy-\ allmcuttho seemed to attach little haportnneo keep don-a a delicious sensation that I rillg.ell.:' ,tin: girl then beard i
marry. lovenowever 1 maintained a
to It and chatted delightfully was ,
IT; making their, descents In this way. besides Its own existence. are wasting time without that may crumble 'away. When the nashernoumu. say:/ .
"What menus this Intrusion" asked to on other. subjects Many a time when professional status. I "Yes this. U Nell.: f\(
I of such questions occur the point I will enter my a man chooses a career he knows that visiting' him would suddenly discover I I "My time" I said[ curtly "la aa valuable I ,
r the president."It step, and no satisfactory first woman charter. memo the more of a family he gets the more I when whose intention -I SUence.
that time had been .lipping away visiting one "
1_ means UuH the minister of the Interior expected. Life Is too exchange I would like you proficlent must be In his work. A my "110tbll:?
make fool of
calls la to me as a
and I must curtail my afternoon a pa-
: M' knowing of your Intentions, has was always saying "Why as the first man mem woman knows! that even n husband Is Silence."What
who needs I shall make
Indeed, there were times when I found tient me. ;you because
a sent his own secret force bore Insteadof have all heard of the man liable to prevent her taking' advantage : Am I mad
the police to annihilate this nssemiw Pope the "little crooked madam," regretfully. "We of of preparation. I hud neglected some Important case. pay for this kissed mv last night"Look b"re.1I1I
years had strode out of the But I
I was
c. { will oil disappear without the One afternoon when our meeting room. you're too fresh. Who are you away
> ? %) asked questions. you say surround ourselves Realizing this I determined when I .
too late. The fellow had caught me.I
been delightful my patient
slightest commotion. Tomorrow Mos We are too old.< But we began to study medicine that I would ? I never. kissed"Justlkeu -
said to mt: I I tried to stay away from him and
wilt not know that are dead. iliu telephone receUer
cow you homes for each other.. No My friends appeared
Told never marry.
Tha Men Who
the hall execute "I have told you a great deal about keep him away from me. (('teas no had, ber banil,\ N'
I have men In' to you a home without a wo doubtful, saying that I was too good wildly saah' from !/
It happened ou a
Iicnrt, but you bare told me nothing use. The paws of the trap closed
lower. court my
and your bodies Into tbe raking to remain single I put this the girl bliiHhliig; furiously bad P!
weoh New York and
I married hIm and lost the
about Mine boats wildly me. results
fronl whence they will be carried In yours. bed it. She It the hook"tie
d having been finished, tbo need some funds, madam, : downto ,flattery! and pursued my bung uu
of six bard work.
\\liena\er 1 out on your years'
sue you go
barrels as merchandise to spot where and wanted ; she suit "He
p for your notices studies, theu took hospital work. mote
assembled In the smoking round( of afternoon visits At other And yet while I don't wish to dissuade I I-
they will be burled. then to secure a place for On coming out of the hospital I bung ways tries tit tease me that wnj.
v Joy| their cigars. times It Is normal. In other words, It others of my sex from studying
"This Is Indeed tyranny! exclaimed kissed MOl In life..
r trust. you will permit mo out shingle In a quiet street reaolvng never my
"During the time I was my I first I must admit that life
has beat fur you ever since saw professions my !
the prvKldunt. little fund for a starter. women and As she disappeared up[ the stain
a to practice only among
said the quiet man "I leave office. I would know If wltb my husband and ray children has
'J'he'maD., paying no attention to him check book from a drawer.. children. I hadn't teen nettled a week you your washerwoman smiled aud said: !
wonderful In the line "
thing been in wltb and I
does not beat for me. keeping nature
h ? called to those without. They entered, A friend of madam?" before I received a call from nn old yours "That's u big oOI-eo1'er I'mt
operations. I rose with dignity not to say Irrlta have not regretted marrying.
like his commander In citlr "
every man through the right breast, -D. A. Spinney. lady living directly opposite, who and IIELOISB AMES. ne>-How can I repay "ou'tor t II
don replied:
zen's dress and masked. They were clear through him. coincidence! remarked Mr. wished me to BO over to tier, house and tell delightful waltz? She (whose train I

exactly the same number as the con- passing of mind< of his In his work laying tee her son. "The poof [boy she said, "Do you mean to me that :you" rtiamhartaln' Col( Cholera! mild 8uftoered-Oh.) don't repay mel! Ms,I Iwith !
ence all time
have been fooling me this S
I .
spirators. Their. leader. drew a revolver pen and looking at tbe lady 'baa always been strong and well till Dl rrhota Remedy.Nover I1r..sMmok"r.-Ally
doubtedly saved his life. ":'ly heart Is affected. fall, Buy it now. It may aava Ufa. my SlopajEE
cocked It and< covered the presIdent ills handkerchief around spectacles. "Do you know, tour or five days ago. when be had .. -- --
while each of the others covered, It not been for one of trouble with bin bcnit. Do come and see
his and pushing It
a conspirator."Captain .. gun conditions Incident to him." Supposing from her words thai
tho bullet,
made <
," cried one of the doomed path by have had a hno with her bi'ry. I went o'el' There, .. J
wound of all poisonous ion was a _.IfII!. ..IfII!. ,._.L. ...
n men,' "ha 1''' you not been Informed by the name of Spinney. reclining on nn easy chair was a young' E C:.. ''
It Is hard to believe, but, -; '' ''''' ''ii'7''ii'jjI1'7Particular :-
"Informed of what? bave those memories. I one man not less than. twenty-five years '
the man still lives to tell
Tt "About me." In a pet with a man" old. lie showed no outward signs of (
"Which man? Inquired
"You? What about :you? "
probably you mean. Illness, his color[ being good though
t "I am exempt. longer on the other seat me to a ball. I noticed the when I took his band to test his heart
"Tho wounded one, of .
('For what reason?" girl on his card of dance beat I found his pulse quite rapid. I Printing {
the old soldier
"It Is 1 who gave the minister the claimed who I thought was try- asked him to give me his symptoms, I.'0.
"Oh I beg pardon.
',p. Information.. your him away from mo. I told which be did In these words: I

Every pistol was Instantly lowered. might be the other.., must either strike off that "A few days ago 1 WaS looking out FORParticular

"Tbat will do." said the president. off mine for the live of my window. I remember the circumstances \ ,

t "You may unmask." The Mania For agreed to ,give, blm." well. I It was about ,2 ,
The captain took off his mask and Ono phase of the !" mused Mr. Shanks "Do o'clock. A cart was lumbering: up the '

nan followed by the other Everyone shopping Is Illustrated In that that very same thing street You opened your trout door fafa People. ,

... 'of them was a member. of tho Fraser'a "America at to me? A girl made the and wont out Suddenly my beart.

circle. of the C. O. D. method of and I drew my pen : which had always beat regularly, began fafa'

""Comrades said the president, "1 of the way in which It her. own name wherever It to jump and flutter. I fell backon \

A, was Informed that we bad a traitoramong woman with the Blender my card. I was a fool. tills chair and waited for tho unusual fafa ,

: us; but despite the employment says: tbat she wouldn't brook a action to subside.< It anally did '

of our best men as spies I 'could not "If she baa no dollars, proof positive that abe loved so, but It returns every day and about fafa \
discover; his Identity. Finally, I hit deprive her of the the same time." Send us your next order for f printingand t

se upon this plan of forcing him to declare ping. She will walk Into :: 'she had no right to "Do you drink coffee?" fafa
hlmsplf. Our associate, Ivan look over. a dozen gowns a demand unless she was "lea. '

'r r' Svlazlwky by bIll own confession has several before deciding. you.' "Stop It at once" fafa that will i
betrayed us. What Is :your pleasure get a C. O. D. card and that tiff I have always be "Liquors" we assure you. you get J

concerning. him?" departments, will buy a would have been my wife." "Occasionally." fafa .

""11'. President," Interposed Svlazh derwear and a parasol. ,,<1 her the check. She looked "Stop them too." the best
sky, "I 1 have been a spy I admit but a fine order. When the and her. eyea seemed "braoke! ?" fafa service obtainable. We

1 not n traitor. I am a member of the livered at the address It. Without raising them "IT smokes all the time," his mother ,
i detective police. Give me my life and It Is found there Is no put In."Stop fafa

I ,,'lil 1 not only give,, you: valuable Information Mrs Walker True, she know your first name was smoking: but gradually-two take a special pride in all our work I

but I will hereafter work store to a lot of trouble. Philander." cigars a day for awhile then one and" fafa ,

d on your side. My sympathies have the morning of womanly why do you notice that?" finally none."

long l been with you. but I have not has had la her shopping." "-she leaned back In her Ha. looked quite cut up but v said S.I fafa whether it be small order.

$ date. '1 to desert my post to Join you."" covered her face with her presently, "Well, seeing It'. you, I'll a or large

low,' can we be assured of this mine Is Domlda. do It, but there's no other. doctor lu fafa
4 "In half an hour this house will be Helping the click of a typewriting Christendom that could persuade me."
? by the real 'police.' You In a history of the fafa Would like to it .
Ft surounded: the next room was all tbat "That's the advantage< of a woman prove to
d methods, you.
' bare: only anticipated the raid. This postal for. some momenta, and physician," said the mother "Men:
n'" you can prove by taking position where Rowland Hill la given Shanka spoke it nerved ti are dictatorial[ and unnynipatbetlc." fafa

r yril will be safe." To the postofBce of at worda. I put my ear down on to tbo pa Latest Type Styles. Lowest Prices.
The offer was accepted
d fry confirmed. and be la now work-: man to buy a stamp to by the marriage of the first heart It certainly! beat rapidly but 1

Ing-In the police force-for the revoluttonlats. ter be was about to post woman charter members. could hear no sounds denoting any or- I
reform going to last? ROSALIND IIOUTON. ganic difficulty. I told him that his fafa' .

GEORGE] B. ATWOOD. postmaster."Certainly. trouble was nervous and by following' '

ply. "It Is quite directions he would soon be free
'" said the A Great Saorat.
well, then. man not to S.I News I
went expecting
from It I away
"I Poroa of Habit. Job.Department
give the thing' generous of the English country fairs
ba t called In again
In such\ a great hurry "
"What are you mo tbretf,stamps! secret" Is sold In sealed en mother fafa
WithIn a week my patient's
for?" twopence apiece. Here la that her. son, notwithstanding
C "I am going to the funeral of ray His Bachelor's "Never. buy an article be. came over to that soy he had followed my ,e't' Russell & Vickers

;,' chief, and there Is nothing be bates "I'm so happy," said. [ It If you had known recommendations had dally recurrences Props. \\f
like unpnnctuallt7-+IiOndon Tele- his you would not han paid fafa ,
"My son la to get of his trouble. I asked her ,

tyK graph. ___________ this year. for this worthless envelope when they came on, and she said about Palatka Florida
"III be?" replied. her could get more than two :3 o'clock. This was the hour that 1 '
it prevent the' Slips.p' 1 can't blame you for. ones for the same price." went out on my afternoon round of -

c "A: man wo ;Ipvtw'nla: kind forgives[ about It I never thought professional calls, and I agreed to go ,
n I }JIll brother' OjUftOgt"A. snippy Wilson girl be'. Is dotted with over 1W'.I.nt \ '
next day to sea the patient "
t 'man wfeflf-fcrytsf: his kind ashes doesn't oa with. How did you get This is more than any In the the. a.YtL day. directly.Jrony my ,. ,,- -..,.". ., ''' "" ,Cb,. 'QO7' L'L'L'e.4',!:;. .
occs.loo.fi,1iIe: puts '
o have American. broker off? -Chicago ( ..... .. ___ .
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Washintoifs About

; irthdixy "Buffda'a" .

Historic Scene When He Site of His (Written for Th Palatka Neva)

11' t GuernseyI9 First Took the Oath as the Ex&xt Washington Oeorge Wmhlnton::: onto ..er., 7.r Utile
1 nlifger,
President In New York. Center of Wld yer Inlga bowed out an' heels like a
0 trlggar.Make .

a big Ore, put on de kitties,
: EDGERTON For I'm gwme ter oook er table load U
In to
-. W all the monuments vittles,
that have his lodging/ In ::
I : Aa t (win her town, all I erlong deC
... ..... boon erected to profein-d to vullc, Polka : WaebluHon'
OntKkt. IM*. kr ri 1 ( by J. A. dg.a... wer aayln'dla la Ueorga
jd 0 American heroes uillllarv parade up balldllY.Wha'
4 I and statesmen At dawn on the my boy done now, I'd Jea like tee
l' l' . ..,
national salute (, 0 Q .0 3r-O "J C)<;;nGoorgc know.Dat "
none seems ,uvor"body
'( In dor town talk'bout him ao.deorx ,
-: _ more fitting and Graen. General "I killed, lilm.1' Hc then told Wuhln'tnn'a
many years fo the doctors. They've'gone down 1oFalrford burrday, George Waau- U
with and
appropriatethan a military the circumstance without evasion or lnton'ebuIY.Iuty' ,
fourtb year to see one Look hole boys; I c- the great eral hall at iio'un hesitation. All 'luny der road, ,dnt's what der folks do SI
at Guern get; thin plan liu' I'm not going ou say
up chamber I
bronze statue senate A Ihery offered certain vicious
[lliOlt: ] bad been -' a Tvl It,shot I
with It""Hub President Adams furgot ao hurried book to bake
\ ..._ to of George : I a animal to any one who would rldo Yer er bin nt oblukon,an'er brown ginger
; said Dkk Davis. "What
are Washington on "Sir, the senate to him to the next town nnd back again cults,
I tho we going to do f'our Joke then?" iriX4 of the
the steps of the sentatives IIlimit dismounting George always Fr flee bufTdny: dinner yer almll have, she;
of February "1 don't care. I'mfolng/ to mend sub treasury randy to attend a good rldnr. iniulo the trial. In due lair now, I liter spilt all dut biscuit douga.Go .

by some elaborate that broken window frame and then building at required I by tlio time bit returned, still on the animal's down Our by Car biff hon: pan
piece of I Intend to go down to the grocery ; ( ViP Wall and Brond nlll bo back. The stnbloimiu .proponed to make An' git fo'ulga front Mia'lima aettln' bun 4
_ mischief. None and lu vest the little money I have in of the state of Dev clot aplled yet;11'Inlet I ot tar know U
rtil streets New good liln (orre but Jeoijfct Hold that I
c ) could! toll what Uld'ou I hop Sot her, not free days er gelKnock I
/ some flour and meat. If any of you 3 tL York city. This "I am ready to C would< not be fulr, all thc horse had utah 1 I
relevancy this bIg nray rooster down: doan yor
want to help all right" eral!
? splendid like- thrown him once though he had again lot him MollTir,
bore to the For a full minute we were all speechless ness tbe Fa.thor The vIce ] mounted and thin time had conquered MIN' Hm\. !' 'II be alio ter l lay. It tee On'llne
birthday of with' astonishment but boys are ofoCountry
HI chancellor then Tho third concerns a negro. It was '
Qeotgo Wash sympathetic to tho leadership of an 0a'llnees ao trinin'i white folks know abe
marks open outside gallery early morning In the back yard By Bt Bl
Y' ington. It was admired, comrade and there was not a ,, the exact spot spot-where tbe chance n neighbor saw the hole trans id'en Mia''emit kotoh hor kin In her eornllel .

a custom: bow- dissenting voice At a late hour that where he stood _ action It 1* said that the immortal ? i
evei. and custom night a loaded wiigouwas.' driven up WABIIINOTOIf pnlwben: he took -. George swore At any rate ho kickeda Plok flnt olileken Dlmn 'member what 1 anyKver'body ;
.. ; Is u salt to the roar of the ',cabin and the boys pannED TO WALK. the oath of of. ,. l a negro all over the premises. When talkln 'bout It bela'yer bnfrii*< .
t : : ? of rellglou. to I hurried to and fro, stowing boxes and I' : I I Jen rnn't 'niaglno how all dor folks finS
,"' .y Bee on April SO 1780. Furthermore, It asked about It afterward, Washington out'Twur
college boys lu barrels Into the shed marks the exact financial center of the I blushed furiously said he did not know hu buffdny whon I done she furgot

c genet I I. The When the teachers/ (lied Into the nation whose destinies Washington so 4 any one saw him, but that the negro He nebbor bin ter town aln drone day lai
yell iDf, which chapel the following morning Professor had 1I0d.Thl're year.An'liow.
ardaatly proclaimed to congress and -
fine U out beat
I write It had dey JOB ma, I do
Droombacb's face showed unwonted the assembled multitude on that faroOC are many other Instances on elure I sit 4.

been agreed excitement On the conclusion of the day. I record. of tlm: Father of Ills Country Here, take dtl pull an' milk ole
/t upon that Professor -aen'lce. Dr. Logan arose and said< When General Washington, on his) using lather highly/ seasoned language MI.Hukev' 'mil'I\w\;:; ; 15

Droom- "Professor Uroanibuch lubes to speakof way from Philadelphia came up the \\ There was that tar" town.nebber kllO..1t1 I met berawlna Ut
bucb should be a matter which be has reason to believe
bay In a handsomely decorated bargeall i'' I memorable occasion Den wash deal I'lHh tatera clean an' put t
the victim of concerns the vessels In the harbor exceptone \\ ,, when be don on t"r blln)
the Joke lie quick, George W.lhln.tolllyer licit
the seniorstherefore
; MOt
//II) were decked with flags, and there found that Con.p amino.
@)! had liccu but u ;, be requests continuous' of \ I oral I Lee bad or-
was a roar saluting guns. '
Bat '
fe\v months at ginger cake alto now, es done froo an
PnOOMBACH. the class The single vessel which wore no gala out i1'Z dared a reheat I bl'oHow \\ n,
.', Guernsey ,a n d .- president Albon dress was the Spanish man.of.war Gal- 1; ,& -- w Some one has : turnln'good dat roan'chicken. araell, he lea' need
Jwarlooked upon by all of us as an (,- Tbayer, to come veston. She stood off Governors Island '---. -, ;t Bald that Washington
[Intruder Manifestly an a I Ion. bIll gioJtMaque .4 V to the stage"Thayer black, grim and sullenly silent. There "sworelike Yor'n. bout a pow'ful nigger far folk tar talk er-

appearance alrd halting l ugl.Dflh was was a feeling of Indignation among the 111' 1C1US1C0' 'rllm ( an ungel." Poan' knock dnt chicken ober, look outt! ,.

) were' the subjects of numerous taken by surprise crowds on shore when this was noticed towered above 34 At any late. be boy, look outi I

.ttb .) Jests. Ha OLtupled wlh bin wife .t but he put but at the moment when the him. An he kissed 1 checked the retreat Yonderoumsyorpappywid yer hruddur, yer sisters an'

I;h poor. old house just beyond the cam- j on a bold front president's barge came abreast tba swear" chiincellor Move. dens titters her1 an1 puah dat cake
flpuirj'f\ { ,t 7 and stood facing warship the Galveston's yards were lila hiiiKl cud Another retreat down udder.

(Professor Diumiit who bnd held thepcuuon ,-, the little German manned as If by magic and her rigging George WnNlilngton ; aroused his Him In all,mum In, I got good news tar tell;
before him hud acquired hIs who poured burst Into a bloom of fluttering L'ulted Stnlos''!" A Ire It was pre Lul L> ,.oulckenanieUI ea bin bufTdnyt I levi Mow good tint
I German at Heidelberg lio was a out an Incoherent waid anilhlle the ; -
her crashed out tbe presidential 1; cipitate-In fart,
as .
flags guns What all dia fuss about Wby,all dee folks --
[ jpiendlcl. specimen of manhood, genial, flood of salute Arm In arm with General el In the streets : some of tbe do HHV.
Lbrilllant and handsome votltable t Aa dla la George Wanbln'ton'a. own buffday,
thanks, which Knox General Washington walk- mo, ilt augiira1 American troops
[ hero among us We could easily forgive no one but the, ed A "ca:I.lwl inngipsn.WASHINGTON ; were running (\I furant It aho, but wlen I got tar town,
across Battery park. carriage nun I
[ ,him for resigning tbe position to class understood. ::.:::, SWBV. Wnshluir- wher abhor went I heard It all er round

,tell:8\a: \', better one, but we could not \.. tu, i As Thayer was I ---- ; r ton -flew Into a George In'ton Wash' a bufTdity tn'ton's t buffday,George Wash- 54

[forgive I; Professor Droombnch for taklof about to quit the HEACTEDA8 EtTIJ: >EL.terrllle rage All obitr town dut what. Ocr people aay.

: his place. stage the doctorrecalled cast his hat on the ground antI ex fake a piece ob chicken, paaa. yer plate fer
K'B!/ nny Thayer, our" class president him, claimed. "Am I to light the battles of dieHHln',
irae4be moving spirit of It all. He Ii sAying tbat there my country with such men as those?" Ban der 11 furgot bluHalu ergln.. GoorgeWashin'toaas'

[\vaHO: generous, good natured fellow ,_ *.. U were some things The first president once visited the ALICB FLORXAX HOLLAND.In '
LvrbM' love for Professor. Dlmmlt had that Professor .. senate the only time that a chief exec

['mounted to something like hero wor- STOWING BOXES AND Droombacb ntlve ever appeared before cougiess

5ta.... and he was never able to look at BARBELS. wished him to lie placed a treaty before the body a Nitrogl/carln' "Hill."

bM' orlte'e successor without Instl- add Not only had many valuable gifts wr which he wanted acted on at once In the "danger area" the severest

I *uI.. a comparison between the two. been left at his house but some one Some ono moved. that the considerationof discipline IH maintained. All entrancesare

',< IniJe
,;jht:,' 111, feeling toward' Droombacb was and comfort of bill dwelling. Could ; ,, started up In violent fret( and who rlgorousjy examine every Individual '

an expression of Iqyalty, toward Dim- Mr. Thayer explain that? 4 ; said, "This defeats. every purpose, ,o' that desires to enter, relieving ,

'"mlt.i' 1t Is not necessary to enter Into I"or.a mInute Bonny hesitated. As h* my coming bore" A, he passed out of lira of any metallic objects) that may

he glanced up to where the :Ji..' \; ; the door he turned to one of his lends be carried upon his person, together

; seWed upon. Enough heavy cotton titer of Ills Country looked down from M3't ::4ttc 4 and exclaimed 111 be d-d If I'll with matches and other auspicious objects -
" !cloth bad been purchased to cover tbe tint drapery of flags. A merry twinkle I : f'I' ever cOllie hero again!t.. which upon coming Into contact

'. itHWOutslde! of the professor wretched came Into his bluo eyes, and, with a i ; ; At the time of the location of the with the dangerous chemicals used In

i boose. With the aid of a pot of red low bow. first to the doctor, then to the capital In tho District of Columbia hit- his zone might l.rovok..lIerlous trou

,'i'1\' pnlrtt'this was decorated with pIctures professor, be said: mund Itnndolph, who bad been attor- ble. No matter how often an employee

,,JB) 'andi mottoes In which the old man was "blr. I cannot tell a lie. I did It with ney general bitterly attacked the engaged within the hill may pass; In

f 'Vttii'tclleUBly carica to red. my little hatchet! J a scheme, saying that It was an effort of and out,, every time he entera he, must
ioyw since his connection with the He took his, seat amid a storm of ap-- the president to enhance tbe value of submit to this preliminary essentIal -

>lIchool ',Professor Droouibnch's custom plllUBO the lands of his relatives and mnltlnr" operation There are also some

,-haj been to go each Wednesday even- Strange as It may seem the little In. I many other charges. A friend called GOO girls. employed, and these ale under -
J lag with his wife over to Fair ford and cldent worked wonders. First It led ou Washington Ibo ,'ery morning the the charge of matrons. Hairpins,
'. return on the early train the following pamphlet appeared lie noticed that U
the faculty to make inquiries which resulted ordinary pins, shoe buttons, metal pegs
"'morning. We had never been able to In an Increase In the professor'! there was cousldorablo commotion In within the soles of tbe shoes knittingand

": fathom the purpose of these naj-sterl- salary and also to the transfer of him k the household and that the president other needles are all religiously

';'ou"lts.', ,, However, as the 22d fell self and his wife to comfortable lodgInga I looked dark and Ion PI'Ing. "Have you barred. Their hair Is tied with braid

I ItulK y!ar upon Thursday, the profess- In the college building.Warmed ::3 teen Unndolpli'a" pmnphlet?" asked the or ribbon and, as with the male employees -
'or's absence would leave us more free by tbe kindly Influences visitor every time they enter the

',to- carry out our plans. As the house thrown around him, tbe little old professor i "I have," said Washington "and. by I "danger area" they are similarly

,was,uot visible from the public road. seemed, to become-a new man, the eternal God, he Is the d-destllnr : enrobed by the matrons. Scientific

<,ye ,want down before dark to perfect and. tn spite of his ,uncouth manners, ,I oil tit,, face of the earth! I American (
onr arrangements The place looked'as we learned to love and respect him. It Is well authenticated by his account -

:thoCMb It were scarcely habitable. There was no one from whom we part ';'. '. 1 books that the first president A Hard Knock U
*{"W.'U tack tbe big banner bere," ed with more genuine regret at the k gambled somewhat In youth. though liaLrond claim agents have little S

I ',jt[300074\ was saying as ha tapped the close of the jear.Washington. never to excess; that he had wines on faith In their follow creatures One
I \\CTtttr door with his hatchet At this tin table and that he drank moderateyj aid recently: "Every time I settle a

I t .:1":! moment our eyes fell upon a board aa an Inventor r,"" : tbnt ou one of his campaigns for claim with one of these hard bended

.nailed |\ across tbe lower part of the George Washington, like .Abraham '," ': : membership In the Virginia house be rural residents wbo wants the railroad

door: ,'la'a bungling fashion. This piece Lincoln, Wall an liuentor. lIe Inventeda tr:: ; : bought a hogshead and a barrel of to pay twice what ha would charge the .

\\oC, -carpenter work culled forth uproarlous deep soil plow, which was used ou ''f '- ..,' spirits for his constituents; that he butcher If he gets a sheep killed, I U
'.. laughter. In which Bonny Thayer ... : loved fishing and hunting riding( often
,, his plantations In Virginia until be : : think of this story, Illustrative of the
' ,dM not After his knees ,. i '," to hounds that he made
Join. going on beard of a better one In England. This : ; money readily way some people want to bold the railroad -
I to,4sn.tnlne It closely he rose to his feet be imported nt once. Ills inventionwas """ '.' : :. < anti. was the richest of tbe presidents responsible for every accident of _.-
-j'I 'wlth.'./sober face. be "I',,. '':.,< '" :J., : ; that be was quite n gallant whatever kind that happens Two
useful, which is. more than can ,' > ." 1'1' '
jji tiIIIIIWI":!: be exclaimed. "You can said of Lincoln's. The latter Inventeda ,I; ',,'. ."' : with .the fair sex; that be was nn tm'nl- rluhmen were driving home from

,see clear through -the place, and there's flatboat designed to go through very .{ ; \ -" Iy pasxlounto Impulsive and high! tempered town one night when their buggy run '4,
'i : 'Jiardly a thing shallow water or lift Itself over bars, .!<,L ,,::4-t. ;- but had learned to control him Into a dltcb, overturned and they were
,, \ the house .' '1--. self III an almost marvelous that
but It would not work.Waehlngton'e. ," way; both stunned When a rescuer came
k i boy. Just wait 'f-;: -' ", I be was. not cold, but affectionate, and long. and revived them the first thingne U
here a mlnufar hat the quality which passed for coldness -
> 1b Size.Geoige of them said was, 'Where' the
I' jrt I a I'm going over Washington was six feet two In him was only reserve, amount- rain?' 'Why there's no train around,'
\ to Billy's," he hag almost to shyness.GeorgeVersus. I 10 was told. 'Then Where's the railroad
& I Inched tall and weighed ITS pounds, accordIng -
added, darting of I ?' 'Tbe nearest railroad Is three
to a physical description
ri ''i'I' 'a- out of tbe gate Willie. miles / he learned. TVell well,'
him at the ago of twenty.eight He :; STATUE, WALL AND BROAD away ,
".f Billy lieu- had big hands big feet, big Joints and WHERE WASHINGTON WAS FIRST : he commented. 'I knew It hit us pretty -
,,; shaw .wa a bard but I didn't suppose It knocked -
I I was well muscled. lie walked quite WONDER if George Washington -
jl great friend of us three mile from the trackr I "-'
: erect, and at tbe age of alxty-flve It was (lW1;
all tbe Guernsey : Washington's Wasted Chanoa. Washington ,
remarked tbat he. was as straight as I : Argonaut _ _
boys. He George \\iisblnKton was not muchof Grover Cleveland : When he was nine years
ever In his carriage.February ,
X', was a sort of a business man I take It," remarked president of the I old, The Page Between.

,L' I Jack of all the captious. critic as he deftly trimmedthe dearly loved to flub. Turned out his toes and brushed his A New Orleans woman, well known
/ trades- and Twenty-two. fringe on his antiquated and well precedent for his for her work for charity, recently accepted .
\ I could mend the outings of an Invitation to speak at an

\ ...., I anything from To you, dear George, the fates were worn"How cuffs.do you make that out?" In his diaries for h. And always shut the door with care anti-tuberculosis meeting. On the platform -
swatch ta a-diagglng And did as he was told. she found herself seated between
't' "4 wagon. Bonny kind, "Well when bo crossed the Dela- In 1787, while In I[ wonder if he said 1 bishop and a rabbi, and the tone of
t! Thayer was a Far kinder than to me. ware It was full of floating Ice. There fishing! tackle and 1 never be meeting .eemed to be rendered extremely : U
l born mechanic 'Twas twenty-two, I see,'for you, was Ice going to waste. Yet Georgewent camping ground at \ "Oh, dear! 'when he Was sent to solemn by the combination.In .

Xli:M1, and 'spent an :Hot baleful "twenty-three!I" on" to' Trenton and fought the he spent a day .. ; bed. WILLIE.The order to lighten tbe solemnity, she

occasional hour Britt"b. years later he was at aid, turning to the rabbi "Do ;you
t, In Billy's shop. I "What else should ho have done? as he writes know, I feel as If I *rere a leaf between -
\ ,: I In a few minutes "Well, be might have organized an ceeded< to the Onion In Cooking. the Old and the New Testaments.
Bonny ap- Tailor and the College Humorlat. Ice trust with offices in Jersey City without the harbor The greatest of French cooks, being ."
Perennial victims -of the humorous asked to .give the secret of his success
\\1 cARKDwrrn: peared with a cornered all that Ice and become the but, It not being The rabbi turned a sad eyed case
'Ii A SAW. paper at Yale are the familiar campus father of the answered: "The very foundation of all
! coupleof boards octopus. tide, we only caught! her.
characters, Jim Donnelly the policeman gooj cooking. is butter and onion I 1 upon
\ e arm, a. saw, n hatchet and5p I he became president, "Yea, madam," be said, "and, If you
i ; Pop Warner, the "teeming expressman ) use them In all my sauces and gravies.
nails. New York. In a will that Is usually a blank
," so called because he delivers Like Immortal George. They have the effect of making a cus- recall page ,
1:: II we decorate the house," bet : there Is an Item one." ot
;'t I his goods. In an automobile and of the ;omcr come back for more. Butter ___________
at least tinker the old president
up Rosenberg Sons, the suit presspra, When Weary Walker split the wood without onion will drive the customer
\' loor little." I ed from Sandy !
u'.I' a EVEN FBOM TH* M0171n'&mtIDallard'a
about whom, In a Pegaslun flight of away after n few days Boll the onion
He feared that he would catch it
inched off the board from 1Migs banks, where'ho had Snow Liniment Is praised for
; distress at the time of the Junior till It melts or entirely disappears;
\,., and looked In again. Then But when the other hoboes howled, eat of the sea air the good It does A sure euro for Rheumatism -
prom' the Record uttered these ,winged then add the butter and call the mixture
i hid a long low whistle The "Who( worked ds ax '" he only self In the delightful and all pains. Wright W. Lov-
words stork. -Exchange.
I, us crowded about and looked : ing We are told leg, Grand Junction, Colo., writes': "I
, revelation of poverty was ab- Oh. noeenberr.. dear Boeenberf.Thy growled, lent sport, having used Bnllard's Snow Liniment, last win- U
,I.it Startling. I I eons of wa clotheS 11 ne'er forget "I did it wit' me hatchet!" great number of sea Artificial File. ter for Rheumatism and can recommend -
That CutS Dame Jnllnnn Beruers prioress of It as the best Liniment on the
l r' t,' he must be a miserly old God I'm only waiting kno..for... them yet TJRED TEADDLE3. flsb." he nunnery of Sapwell, near Bt Al market. I thought, at the time I was

1: Dick Davis exclaimed. "Pro- : bane, England wa the author of the taken down with this trouble, that It 4

(r Immlt managed to live well I'll mlea that train. rll.o Insane The Right Piac.A .. App first book on angling in the English would be a week before I could get
And rip and tear and ouas. The Monument ( bout, but on applying: your Liniment
dignified elderly gentleman ridingon in 140O. She
anguage printed gives '
: Just out of reaob several time during the night, I waa
[ Hook here' said Bonny driving There goes that peach A train was annoyed by a boy sitting abortive suggestions) a list of twelve flies, and now, after a about In 48 hours and well In three
I, t/'they reduced the salary one- 1'vo mused my chance to tu... across the aisle. The. boy had Just ply "Gone home" do? lapse of more than four centuries, artl- day. Sold by Aokennan-StewartDrup-;

I ad IMminlt need. to make a good< With this same suit presser as hero finished his breakfast and was amusng -I guess that would Ida! files constructed after her forma- Co.
. m outsideleasons., It's miser- the story Is told on a popular professor himself by laughing at the old was always the las would prove a* successful aa any
z f":' J'. and Droombacb hasn't an that In leading chapel one mornIng gentleman.. Presently. the latter leaned .- thought of going.- of the up,to date creations. Daytona) Private Hospital and

., !h4'5uon.. he stopped short leaned over and over and said to the boy' mother:
< hammered Industriously for a whispered excitedly: to the choir, "Madam, that child should be ipank.ed. Winning Her HalpUaa.Ella .

j and then went on "What tbe name of that song, 'Press ." "My wife never -What a helpless girl she tn'Stella Rvery facility for the proper' treatment
,, I, Hcnshaw say tbat the old On. ChilKtlan Soldier Press Onr" "I know If said she, "but I don'tbelIeve what I say." -.YI'.. If somebody; should provide end l,wtrlial rare eppllanewi of medtnal,trained and eurfffaak ea.a*lurroumllngiT *
, bad a terribly bard time tokg I ""Rosenbeig! conic front a doten men In spanking a child on a full "Mine does--, the mistletoe and furnish the man : Hpaolttl &roU\'I:: \: to

; Mrs. Drooulbncu Is suffera I i! nt cure "We'll clog tore staiuaa ofRosenberg stomach." "How do :yon4 aDa < abc eonldn't dIJ tH rest Canadlsn .Second 11 fmtlMntM' Are.,. Daytona Terma on ri tppUoatlon.. Bored U
malignant cancer, and about I I :" said the louder with ecclesiastical "N lther do I." .ald he. "Turn him "I talk In my CourIer lira,u. A. ii.ecik and 4%. HOWal,

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-Cst of Street PAvb2.M&oy 1 i --- !.-- ms 6
Ike Pythian Minstrels. The Palatka News Mrs. Mary Blooker-Jaoobson of 1 Chamberlain' Cough B-emedy 1

Lemon ? pert'T *">er. alonlC I The Howell Theater should and tbe Saratoga Hotel baa made a recreation 5 Favorite. *
elreet have 8eemIDA'Iy- been will be crowded to thA doors next fad of a. chicken Incubator. 1 Cough) ) l
4 III the Chamberlain's
.. : which dark ooneernlnA' the alllouota I. Tuesday evening, the 25th Inet-the On Tuesday she turned into a r "We prefer ohlldren, 7
-they will be called ooonaslon of the minstrel specially I B to any other for our Hardware Go.Hardware
prepared yard 100
IIpon to performance ajbout Kennerly
t oih i em"Mr. Woodbury of) Twilling
Fal'd. brick Pavlnr, now being given by clever young men of City Happenings ana little chicks that had served heir ) sa 10' J. done time work for .
In I
order that all may know this city under the auspices of the novitiate of 21 days In the incubator I iltoh. "It has and tukeleosure m

ardlnl\noll tbe provlalone ot the oontraot' and local lodge K of 1:. These young Personal mention. $ and up to the present time the chicks us la hard colds and group it." tor w e BBIO ( _I>BAJ.BB8IN- r,
the News JPubllsho* the men have been rehearsing regularly ar. e doing well. Mrs. Jacobson Is pl In recommending iI
tollowlnA' extraot*, ,wblch It would for several week and have prepared "" "" .. watching them with great Intercut.Kev. by kerman-Stewart Drug Co.

advl" Property owners to n program of fun and jokes of local Miss Bowen of North Carolina is Stoves .
out out John C financial
) Lay
: dtprmerr"],:'or tor future ref erenoe Interest that will threaten the foun the guest of Miss Serena Bailey. of Sutherland College, occupied agent the Haw Creek Lands of
Vitrified rr..dlnA'brlok 1" and Pliv""* with dations of the house. Mrs. L. M. White of Keuka was a pulpit of St. James M. E. church Deen Selling Rapidly. i i.w
the contract price There won't be an otijectlonat fea visitor south last both Farm Implements and
oalla for one dollar and ture to the entire performance. On pleasant In the city this week. Sunday morning Those wMitng to purchase truck 1
fifty.tour ind
oeDta ($1.54)) per square yard. the other hand an evening of wbole- Miss Clyde Estell. bas returned bad evening.to do with Hilt the IOorull1jf effort discourse arming land,will\ \ do well to yen. the

For Uneal granite; curbing forty (10)) cents some/un 18 promised to which the from) a short visit at Federal Point. made by the Methodist people now of being the D l eer'of U nlty & Improvement who) looiated. or .w ; Garden Tools.., ,
per foot. most) fastidious one their ttgontH. .
will not fall In dlLr"t
Mrs. O.W. Peer of ate to endow their
Satsuma properly college Palatkmm, '
The provlatoDa for final paynente ting his full share. ,Even the pro- was a visitor in the city early Rightsa ud the offering was made for that liS lS5"'Jo"n' rtgunor W. C Nor- ""
are 1M tollowa fessional F'UM t I ,
: will ;
forget himself Fine Cutlery
"Final payment will be based for the time being. week. 'und.known Mr. Lev In Is. one of the best tOil: Cresoonr City, Hft-i; Mr. O iv .
the H.
on state
pastors ,
the arf'Jaof' The Mrs. M Devereux gave White or J. K Johnston, tspanoiii -
pavement when finished music in the grand. overture and daughter, his In Jacksonville
i. and accepted, as per measurements will be something to remember. Miss Pansy, visited the StateJ&lr at up the last pastorate conference fw the at F la.; Messrs. Hopkins Sc Co., Bt.:! AuArrangrniHiits for the cal.brntpd 'i
of the city engineer." Professor Cromatio Bottle silver- Tampa this week. pirrpoHe) gt matino, 8'lm,%.. Agents ( ? ,.
The ordlnances ,
of working In tha, interests of the bn ve also bw-n made -I !
CJr the olty provide and make tongued tenor, Hitysced Farmer, Miss Lulft May Hunter a popular college rJ ; of OiesuHnt '..
It the with John ljltne|
< sweet voiced Ctl.p Plows.
the Fathom Chilled
city to soprano, Deep- I Oliver
third ofthe cost of pay one- tone and Prof. young lady of Crescent City' was a C. Osteen of HolllHter wee a viaC| to tllklt HinoiiH, nnroitH the Iitko @I .- ,
all Ikey -HmooLhtalk
paving and to : visitor In Palatka I .I"
on Wednesday. tor In the city last and wolaome Uunrti 1 wlio,
Friday In
pay for nil the Bhinskl, D. Q. S will bass a to OniHgii' on i'
paving at the sing a
,tion of streets, and each abutting that conies up from their boots. Oh, Miss Hell a Browu returned home I caller at this olHoe Mr, and veiling to bitv fitrin' "",d. '"I'I I Planet Implenl 'tS.

properly, owner Is to pay one-third of It'll be great, all rlgh t. last week from an extended visit M rs. Onteen were again sorely bereaved tlnck Din Ie at Om"'.ga' Is fanillur Jr.. .
the expoiiBe of paving In front of his Secure:! ;your tickets at the Arlington with-relatives and friends In New' last month by the death ofthalr he land! all daughter Mrs. Allua B Mr. Guy Whit" _
abutting property. The Cafe, and secure them early. York olty Turby-. he dlirerfiit tract _
of money for the city* portion People from out. of town fill: who died of paralysis at her i>r Mr. J. }\. JOhll"oil. will ftlno iilian ( ,
flavins e III the can secure W. F. Reed, the well-known nurseryman home In Starke. Bradford
hands of) the seats by Dr. O. O. -Jistee county parties Ht panola. '
of writing
party the first or
Tneoltjr' par H. Tucker and orange grower of Dray- leaving besides her husband five I With the propound I III I1ro""I.I1'dl"LIJIRKe '", i THE
Flnley who
of. will
be part laid( paving shall them pick ton Island, was a visitor In the city children. Mr. Osteen says that himself guild ronds, etc., that. HIHri
paid by monthly Installments out the best Coats on sale at last ,
on Monday
estimate of the city engineer of time of arrival of order. Box seats and family have greatly appreciated p >posed, HienH liuids will l.ipldlv

F pleted and accepted work. Two com. are $1.00 and seats In the parquet are Mrs. Frank' Melsom and daughter, the sympathy of-their mAny uihance-ln value. i Hardware Co.
friends in this. I luui'm i iwnlt
thirds of the abutter's 75 cents. Mrs. W. J. Carson and little son, latest bereavement,, Now l Iii t he tlnm I lo liiy. Kennerly
: part ahull be I M rs. Turbvflll was born near Francis I until have tu plOy $100 )p rt ,
have to Jacksonville yrtn
I ( paid .us soon after completion of the llemember the dater! One night gone for a visit :
of ten to Mrs. and reared at Holllster where she Is I acre. Pnicliimn, now wblln jon.cin '
paving: In front of the property of only, Tuesday, February 2Sth. days Horace Prior, Jr., L
such abutter affectionately remembered by many get It ,Ht $10 per HM'*. Palatka, Florida.
shall as the city engineer: Board ef Trade Meeting. Rev. James O. Ueavls, Foreign I who are sorrowing because of her This land 1 will not only grow poatoiH .
certify that It la completed ac- Missionary secretary, of Nashville untimely death. t sugur cane, cabbage, strawifrrles IW ;
: cording ble to tald to contract and la accepta Very little\ business of Importance Tenn., will preach both morning and The Murray Comedy Company. b und other, tinok yHgetahlH"., @g g 7.:[
city engineer.. And the was transacted at the meeting of the evening at the Presbyterian !1..1.!
f church finished a tlireo nights and Wednes'. but will grow" us Ki remaining one-third of the abuttur's Boaid of Trade on) ,. next .
m Monday night Sunday.
//o"I ln. Some --
part shall be day matliieeengHgementat the Howell t uoe, ns iiny lands In < -- ... ,
paid within
six though usual there
r from that; time, and certificates months for I as of members.The wan. a goodlyattendance Mrs. O. M. Rogers and children of r Theater on Wednesday night I of the hllm mock lands are well lf1rullrJ'IJtIi''n'IMIUII'l'' : ; !' IIJr'1'IIIi''UlllljJ: >''III'JnlllaWllirrlllP''dIIIliU.mIIII] .''II.t111r1IIIr'1l1a11I1; : :' \ :
.- such deferred one-third sidewalk committee which Erlanger( :Ky., arrived this week for with Sapho, a suggestive morsel of r adapted to oiango !growing.) lJ..vel'nltrl1uts : : 1IIIIi.1

:.-; will be Issued at the time or payments ttrst I. has been urging the council to act In an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs..: i Immorality which the general public have bi'en sold and If you wish
pay 16 will
: L. Smith. avoided either because of the threatening t o purchase at present prices
A. Mrs.
Rogers It
ment, guaranteed the /: a sister Received
the matter of
of the default Just
city fa- of
apparent 8-21-4(1(
., Jatka, and delivered to the Contractor of Mr. Smith. aspect of the weather, or lgnornorauoe < 1'19 well not to delay. ,
parties of r reported that the =
too much
or of
;_. the second part, and shall become.a council had acted and that something H. O. Hamm, Misses Edna Ad, the nature of the play.knowledge Its : New Lot of _
first lien on the benefit would be done klns and presentation \
; property ted, Immediately Louise Tllghman/: visited
was not to the ordinary
.. and which shall bear interest at the looking to a completion of the work the Tampa Exposition last week., standard of this up really excellent !

-. rate of6 per cent per annum. on unfinished street This week the young ladles visited I company. The size of the audience .
R. 11 Brakeman told of Dixie Stoves and Ranges.
) parties I St. Auguatlne. was not conducive to bent work. The
John S. Betord to Speak. who might bn Induced to locate a Eideriei
'The gallery gods" made a disturbance
Misses Daisy and Hattie Dan
lion John H. Beard of Fenaacola' orate factory here-and the matter iels and Mr. Harry Rage of Greenville .- i In the third act and had to be "called T
candidate for the United waa referred to the committee on down" by the of the' High Grade-Low Price.fcj
States Senate new Industries. Mo, have arrived In the city, manager com I
will arrive lu the city Saturday The board and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs pany. These boys took little Intercut .
the matter of r i
night and remain over until Tuesday A. E. Trombley. i,n the play Itself. What they wanted
Ladies I have mngnid-! I
morning. advertising; the advantages of the was more of the specialty work- a Every Stove :Fully Guaranteed
Amusements have been made for city in tile Manufacturers Record of) H. A. Ford's real estate agency dancing. and character sketches. cent new line of Embroider- I
.1 Baltimore, and Sec. de Montmollln I' office has this week been moved Into los and '< _
Mr. Beard to nil -
address the pretty paterns
people of t An entertainment San ---
given at -
was Instructed to rates and I Mr. Ford's i
: Palatka at the court house on Mon recently acquired brickblock Mateo for) the benefit of the public At prices reasonable and
advertisement. =
an This
Im South
prepare Front
Ian on street three I
day the Interests night. The of his address will be In. Important move. doors south of Lemon street. school at.that place last Friday evenIng ,- within reach of all, Cheap I J. H. YELVERTON Jr.
own candidacy. was decided social) success, and::1 and Good. These euit-< '
t The chief plank In the platform 15 Introduce YoungLady Mrs. F. D. Aokerman visited Jacksonville brought out an audience that completely are ,
upon which Mr. Beard will ask thla week able for all such as '
consideration being accompanied filled the V. I. A. Hall. Twoshort 1 purposes I M i i'I'IIJI"IJJI"IIIII.
of his claims to the votes Visitors. by her little grand-daughter., plays were presented, the firs t trimming Underwear, Shirtwaists i Cur. r.cmonlnd Sixth Stlt. I'ulrttka Florida

of the people will be the abrogation Mrs. M. M. Vickers entertained i Dorothy Davis, who has been visiting .. entitled "Mrs. Potter's. Production" Dresses, etc.
w of the Fifteenth Amendment to the the ladles here for some ten days. and the second "A Scheme thatFailed.
Constitution of the United young on Tuesday after ." make a selection I. ::1III.IIIIJI,. ;' III.J'lIIJJ'JIIIt.:' _mllilll1l'IIPtJIItIIJI": :: : !: 'IIIIh.Jillln1IaIIIIIII1J.1IIIS: :
States. The
: noon at "Progressive Alphabets" in I characters were taken {
Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Holcomb
Mr. Beard insists that thla amend honor ) en by the of the goods are new and ,
of Miss Tllghman and Miss tertained number of friends last young people place assisted
.- ment, giving the right of) suffrage to Adklns Salisbury, Md. at their home by visiting young men all Li 1 select from I
evening pleasant
I the negroes, was never legally rati Those present were Misses Tllgh on women all of whom deserve much "
Kirby street in honor of
of Rea Made
fied and his argument Is an exhaus man, Adklns, Belle 'Welch Anita their credit for the clever manner in which y- :
Mr. and Mrs.
tive and convincing one. Whether Bailey, MabelVilson, Alice Mo- of guests New York Sylvester Drew each role was portrayed. After the -UeantioB every |F The. Only Complete Line "I'"I'i
his attempt at its abrogation at this ragne, Blanche and KdnaCrlll, Daisy! plays, ice cream and cake and colloe
late day la practical or not. Is another Livingston Inez Ford, Florrie Crook, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin are were served. anddanclng finished up 11111d

question. But Mr. Beard le an eloquent Rosa Coxe. Sophie Howard, Serena rejoicing over the birth of a-son on m a most thoroughly) : enjoyable even Hallie Buky.

speaker, and the News Is sure Bailey Maude Kennerly, Mabel Baa. Wednesday! evening, the 19th Inst., Ing.i A launch partyof 88 young;l 1 of Furniture and House ;
that the people of Palatka will give sett. Anita Cnnova, Gene Fearnalde, and there Is also evidence of rejoicing people from Palatka chaperoned by; \
this distinguished Floridian a generous Mary Merrill, Miss Holland of Madison : In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mrs.. A. G. Phillips attended the entertainment Beauty

!Iearingand cordial welcome to Oa,. and Miss Bowen of ICarlina. Griffin, aa the little fellow Is their and all present had a \ ol1 Bazar orsctsJ i | in the
the city : only grand child I pleasant time, as well its a delightful Furnishings City. .

t-- \ 'I'he prizes were awarded to Miss The Horn Mission, Society; of) St.Jamee.'I I moonlight river trip both going and III .
Thieapestaooiden'lVUrsae..J JIdna Cilll, Miss Maude returning. The Phillips and Walton
: Kennerly <<:E. Church in
eou n' Jvi '
Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops tt efaha, ">iM iWiU. Z Ford. tfixndy pulling entertainment In?the 111.0101111'8. .I'.IV1yeX'S
pain and heals the wound. ,All I Assisting tarsiidiferrwer'STktesdames rilghman vacant store on Lemon Ii R. Ryan Lemon Street

druggists; sell it. Holmes, Hoyt, Howell and street on Saturday night. and the PLANING MILL BURNED Every DayBrings : Pslatka,Plo. :
| Ford. publlo Is cordially invited to come I In m
and participate In the pulling. Tilghmzwns Suffer Second Fire us : eeeEe E***ee.EEEeeEeeeEeeeeeeeeee. *"Eeeeeeee*"M

Miss Nell LeCrone) of Farlbault, Loss Within II>. Month.The New arrivals of I' .
Minn, who has been upending the planing mill of N. J. ''High : :

New winter In Palatka received the sad man & Sons at the foot of Laure Goods for the
Spring Goods news of the death of her father this. street burned last night and Is I' "Seeds that (]row"
week. Miss LeCrone's many friends total loss. The fire started about it Spring Trade. : BURPEE'S
here sincerely sympathize with her 8 o'clock and burned fiercely untl \: I 'W: :: ': 5..ds ob.5 -:.'::GrowL? 0

i In ber great bereavement. the building was destroyed.) 'I'he\ ReadytoWearHATS :, .". '
.. .\: z..c
The smoker given by St. Johns fire companies responded'promptly, I\, cta1ei." A postal seed wilt toog yon a copy by re.......malt.

v Arriving Daily Lodge/: No. 8, K. of P., at Castle Hallon did confined.heroic work and kept the lire : I p W. TUB BURPEE & CO.. Btd Orow.r>. PhlUdilphla. P.au.Kennedy's .

Thursday night, in honor of the
At one time It was thought the
young men taking part in the K. of P.
minstrels, was a most, successful social tow boat, Mary Howard, which was are now in, :
affair. Refreshments lying at the dock was doomed, bu Seed Store (
were served
Just lots of 'em, and everybody this was pulled away with align also magnificent ,
had. a Jolly time. lose-confined to the oabln. Exclusive Agents Putnam
j& present good The Tllghmans loss on mill machinery line of new County.

Robt. Cannes, the well-known and lumber Is about mi .
) J,000 --- ---- (
dairyman of this received The and dock Laces andflmbrolderies '
city news building belonged I to : -+ -
recently of the death of his niece. the Atlantic. Coast Line R'y. It was I +--_ _-_+ ==

Miss Isabella Uyalop Calrnes, daughter not specially valuable. I mo'' -=== :E'U tc.aJC.: : ::Eh.arJC.a07: : e;::. .

of Adam and Isabella Calrnes, ThIs la t ha second loss of the 'fll"h- of which our big : FAL.ATKA. PLORSDA.Patents. .
at her parents home Belmont Lane, mans within a month. On the nigh I '

Dunoon) Scotland, which sad event of January 27th their dry kilns, : window gives fine r Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
occurred on January\ 81st. docks and shingles burned entailing ';
a loss uf $l9.000.Buth losses were i display. I .
Robert and Charles Ryan home ;
Watch for total, as there was no insurance. PRESCRIPTIONS OA IlFUL.I.Y OOMFOUMOtB. ,
our big on a visit to their parents, Capt. and
?- Mrs. M. R. Ryan. Robert has bi trecently This fire It, Is generally believed Kate L. Lucas I rRSSO OAUDBV' BBED. Liege, M.llory BUuublp 1U.S .
was caused by a spark from the I '= tF
received an honorable discharge I Il"bi + Vr .
ment in the next issue. from the army where he has smoke stack of the gas works. -- -- _

served three years as a Hergeaut.
He was stationed at Ft. Barancas. Ross CraneCartoonist.Next 1'111' :ttlIIJT! t:I/If/ : 1.lIImJl':1/IIJI. ::!/ UIJIII"IIf'JIII"JIIIm',1IP!::! ,, "' '''''m'mmmm"mrmf' ",
Charles has been engaged in business Wednesday night the 23th, POLITICAL t
Something ahead. ANNOUNCEMENTS S
good at Pensacola. will occur the fourth of the Lyceum = Palatka Lumber CO. :.
course entertainments for the benefit ,::: ; ; f 1
,. Lloyd Creary of St. Augustine, of the public library, and the attraction 'I'AX ABHBHHOK.I ; Manufacturer of I | For Rent.
well-known in this city as a former' -horohynnnounio ,.aacniiillclnta ;
: will be Rose Crane the < for the I
ii : We expect to have a complete member of the old Gem City Guards and cC rtoormist. of otllco my or frlemli tie,*AmtcHMor In tIne commie mid' nelc,primary Iii,i Mupiioi, 'nrom-" ,' .. Pine and Cypress :
a corporal Co. "IV 1st Florida
Mr. Crane Is a rare and versatile l INlnll todoinytlutyua, Inatl cun. 1 tliiink I S;; Two desirable
Infantry during the Spanish-Ameri entertainer and one who secures I Instant nil for punt fii\or K..HH" stock of SPRING GOODS in dur- can war, was a pleasant visitor. I In and continuous attention from U. F. !.UUI.I.AHD .. Mouldings, s;; with every modernconvenience ,;:
the city last Sunday, greeting old IWlt Tmtg.tctaitr. I
his audience. He handles
comrades and friends. Mr. Creary erayoi To the nemocratlo \'olur, .of IMit nnm ConnU: and k :;; j;..
ing the next few days and will has a responsible position with the with swiftness and draws a multl OOIlUomen-1: dettlra lo tltnnk }on (or the I
I ;;
tude of pictures In colors-portraits. SordId' HtipiKirt!: that>on imCle liorotofore, lven : f
St. Augustine Electrlo Co. caricatures landscapes. He aU so< me at the 1 JMIIIM mind: lo annollnuo, my canuida.; : Rough and Dressed I .E Two nice I dwellings "
for tho olllu or ,
; be better prepared than ever to The Pythian Sister's Masked Domino moulds from clay with maglu swiftness oy aHklntf tliat,m.I'i'.rt,Uottnty proinlMlnir' Truaminir.Shoal' If olfictotl AgaIn 4 Pine ,' S large and
Ball is scheduled for) tonight the faces of men prominent lithe youaImtl noiur have cameo 10 luurot: giving Lumber.Send p'I roomy.
the affairs of the iiutlon. lIe ama )oimr vow, ltc.|MCt fully, == '
( Friday) at Armory, and if indications piny .
take care of your wants. of preparation count for. the piano with rare expression and Ie 8 J KiNxinii.r = ns your order. f E Several stores
anything th. affair will be' largely finished musician and Impersonator i TUB! CIRCuIT OOUHr.
'I attended and much enjoyed. The: It is said that "at his piano burlesques To I tha Domocratlo, Voices or I'ntnnin. (ronnty ::JSE:1,1IIiIlUIIJ, : "IK::'11:.:''IIIt.II',1W, '!IIII'JIJ.! II1lI: I Lemon street.H. .
beg 10 amo,00g
admission has been placed at f 1.00, people laugh until their side Clark of the Ironlt I'onrt myttttir, ror n a n.inilnnllon inndtclute' fir ut ------ -- ------ f=

which admits a gentleman and lad ache over these Imitations becam, 'Ilia primary' election" lie hold on May lea

Winter Goods at a Sacrifice by les.one Refreshments of the best orchestras free, and music the of May their und truthfulness.her practicing Is Little In almoa Ada I the pant louH fnltlirul inpimn I wlHli,ulm-hnrun to anil tlihiik If nominated you of' time lioiirtlly dullei,piomlna, for or lour thIs you., Georgia Brick For SaleIn | Finley Tucker,

state. every household The young nit ha Olttce. Very tteapetfully any desired quantity. Pull
who sings bass-and slides olt tin JoiKFn Pllicl. E Insurance
What few Winter Goods we H. O. Hamm spent most of last key, and the young lady and h..r. FOR BEPREBENtATtVR IN LPJSLA'rt'RE{ ( Standard : Will save in

week In Tampa, attending the State 'vocal tortura'-Ihe who chews gun To thaDomocratlo the brick nmaon's/ labor and E and Real Estate.OppositeCourt .

have left being closed out at Fair, where the W. A. Merryday Co. and dabs It under the piano the 55, I ...... iliitildnd to Votnnof liuooino' IMilnnm.a Lanilldulo(Connly'[fir I space covered 10 per cent. -
a has an exhibit of box and crate mm a- and more are In Ross Crane's or..1-.1iectlon. Roprenenlatlva: 1 In the: Slate| tA>ul: latnra,, at mIme :Size:! 2J x 4x8. Pretty red in House.
terial. Mr. Hamm states that the ." apiiroaohlnK primaries and 1 lmll un-ntlv am- I ,_
fair has proclalo your>u/'port. 11 elooloil' I will ftilili. color. :Sea:! me before
proved a great success andIs you
fully carry out '0 trust recount. Fla.
attracting crowds of visitors Has a New Scheme. H. J, HILO"mu .... purchnae, or I will Bend you E Palatka

e Great Sacrifice. There Is much more in the way of Wm. P. Craig;, president and general Palatka, February 20th, loox. samples on aPplication
amusements this than To the rMmocratlo Votors of Putnam mUUAUUJUmmmmHUStrout
year formerly ronntvi
of the Bricks
manager once famous I horobr announce ntynelf' a camlldale rnr are cut and
; chief among which Is the great nun I but now defunct Palatka & Heights Reprexentatlve In the l. Kt laliira.. fnr nomlna'tlon smooth.L. .
: t If need anything in this bar of fast horses. Street:! Railroad System:! has retuinej ; at the primary election, to bo hold, onliiv. ,

. you Hanner, the bright little eightmonths' /: to his home In Orange N. J., without r Illtll.ihsClITge: \ Ii.5.;orrLl clasSed iluiln I a
old daughter of Mr. and Mr'.. so much as asking the council Vary renpantfully, ,

r line we can save you money. Morris Manner, died of cholera i III- for a trolly franchise, but ho slated( w.s. MIO.L.TOH.lda. hastings, Flit,
fantum last Saturday. The body to the News that If h-e "took the ro the lienmocratle Voteri of Pmmtflam: ': ('ommnt ------ --
shall U. :
s emmndllate
was taken to Jacksonville, ,where the matter up It would be on the bias Is primary for iOi.reanlIIve tim 0,5 1I -
funeral obsequle. and Interment of uniting the trolly with the Elec- snh wImi. greatly appreelame\ \\1et\' :\ ,,i.vghmlaliro of Guaranteed "" ll111111

took place the following day. Mr. trio Light and Power (Co. only." fallow I.moernt. U ehootemi. La hula tigim my r.
and Mrs. Kanner have the a- Mr. Craig has idea that smoei:hi: I r.flh' ,om.hem.vor to.hiommarg., every Belts FArms
Our Remnant Counter yrnpi an a trolly .mity ant to iie lent Satisfaction I Thoo..n.. 01 .. .. provo
bleeds '
thv of many friends!. their bereave line should be run from Gainesville: 1101.couny, and lime grui stale ef ... of .rI.... n.'b..d. 1'1.. sdvsnoeE. ,
ment.J. to St. Augustine via. Palatka. He l lsays A. M. I'AOUTo ..... I.. roq..I_, Imprevn/II.'ID,
he to the Democrat of tha County To all our \patrone: wo aUo give bl.Dk. 01.11011'00 ...qoe.t.
W. White, Grand Master of tbe expects here by I sn000mes. my .ndu'"oy' for : jou prompt' nrvico wh' -n yon I
has some great Bargains. All Odd Fellows for the state of Florida, June 1st, when he "will take tha is a, member of time i.ehelshur. elmimleet'ronomlnll1lol1r to the I not your Unn' and Loeismith: I .A. Strollt Coiulafl7.....
work and
BIcycle and Se.tos Phil.
matter up and plan to go ahead with & Pomogratig : Sewing' Ce vera
olHolal visit I'rlmnary amid mali ..
paid an to the Lodge of hiS .....
the system In the fall, provided other .II'pon of alt my rrl.n.. AI time 'loilItli Maohlno repairing dons at IS ikued ,.. 13U_...at. Br..d&l.
Remnants ana odd lots of that order In Palatka last Tuesday parties do not get In ahead of :eIOfl,' I eflIostnted, to nrve :the mnsln' I yr.. II. Melrowi, *
every night. Mr. White Is one of the best me p.utiVe Of fmiutlonai sa% .ecthon.m ,iimturenc.. E. O. WEST Agent
'with something better but added smut 10 the event 01 EARLS
known citizens of the state and Is an ; mv re-ele'mn' yOil mcmiv; -
he, "the bridge over the St. John roam msied tlmat I cmli I again see for lie b.t i .,
kind this counter member of many fraternities Inlereate of lime Stem. in eimenui ad ) STRAYED Bird dog, lIver /
: are placed on His home Is In Jacksonville, river and the opening of the Putnam: Onunty' In partlotilar. yo'i'iri'ilnmraly' I 417 Lemon St. Palatkn, Fin.1'Woalway I ed, : "'
old nil.
seven month
House be of
must a the
where he part system II. A. B I''
publishes the Florida Fri McKuNira.FOR .
a. 1C Is to be regretted that Mr. ( ploa.o name of Brownie. Reward fat
''hW : as they accumulate many go ternal Reqord. did not go to the city council and Craig lay i 'to ths Demoerotle COUNTY Votmi COMMISSIONER 01 this .wo... u can>. pleam umembor.you:417 I.o,Lewon.: ;: and return to1.. W. Bardin, Palll II

T. T. Williams and family left on bare his scheme before that body, stoner DIstrict: rlml COD.ml. St. Flo. ___

4tt than A Tuesday for Riley Kansas where but the News suspects that his failure I bote In announce myiolt a "n..ldole. for
at less half price. big mon they will make their home In futur la this respect was largely due fnllny four) suvporm tibmmimisioner' an,. r"p.oUIIII ads the beat grooeric. "tf\;\

While In Palatka Mr.-Williams wii to tbe forbidding aspect of curtain TAmise I esit'pri.L when trada tI' t>
save for op this counter. the lumber Inspector the yards.of city officials who remember their Norwalk Fla.. Web noih, 151; B"D' FOR> SALE-At half price nice| Grainger at theJiew ..tore.I _
ey you the S..lden Cypress Door Company. former experience with the street T'n': : Domooritlm, :, o"r* 0' tile Firma Com- Upright/: : Piano, medium slxe Cooking "!

The family has many friends in the railway magnate. and who lack faith irin I b. a 1)leIrtctm amsdlImme, In lime be Range, -"joy oak Dining Table. To I Flu lot of Lr.oes at r duued l prit
' city who sincerely regret their departure In Mr. Craig's ability to promote a for re-election to time:: elites at commit, itrimmry. sold quietly at sacrifice. Every. '! at Miss Buky'

_____________________ but who are wl.blng them trolly system that wuld be In keep- promt.ln rnismoner a1L reprntfuiiy.oilohtyoursuPCo: t Cosmaty con,', all thing practically' new" < and will .ill ---'
success la their with iii mSltliffl..x. part of it. *
'V very new home, log the spirit of the times Box 688! Jackson'87aB j Bend next urooery of**
J. B....., .111.. ,
( Otalnger j lIae.' .took la tOIl'D.

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