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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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t EW SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 0. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. $1. Per Year


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Paid For the Supplies.A OUR CANDIDATES. of building always took time to work A. M. PADGETT of Grandln I I. another .

story said to bit utiaruetot'lHtlo is for the asoenduncy of democratic candidate for Representative.

told ef n certain .II1<1g.It ecems tbat Putnam County Men who are principles and democratic officials. Mr. Padgett Is farmer, and ha beena
.. when he He wile one of the strong men of! reconstruction merchant Ha looks like a professIonal -
CODI'I court at one of the
Asking Your Support in ,Ib,* day who helped with man. He: Is a man of ability
towns ou his circuit It'os found that
... Primaries.The his money and time to redeem the and expresses bIll thoughts In lan
I't) no pens lull or |paper| had bean pro- county from carpet-bag and negro /guage/ both choice and ohaste and Ina

:'" 'tiZFSOLVEUb' vided and upon Inquiry It developed campaign in Putnam county domination. He has bean county manner to command attention. H*

that no county funds wore available Is now on and in another column the treasurer several terms and has l Is espeolally popular In the western

THAT THE MARCH WINDS for this |mpoHu. Tile Jmlsi expressed: News publishes the cards of all candidates proved faithful to his trust In every part of the county where be has resided -
himself somewhat forcefully then drew who have so far announced one of them. He had been In office all his life and has hundreds

, \. BLOW THE WIN.erAWAV RQDie ninuvy from his own pocket. II.i'is .. and who are appealing for the votes six years before his accounts were of friends In Palatka. Mr, Padgett

ANDNIAIB \ about tn, hand thin to tbe clerk of democrats. audited by the state. One day the Is an Ideal citizen and In the event of
,( IVNECBSSARY The majority of these men are assistant state auditor came In and his election he will reflect honor UPon -

I{ TO GET RBAIY'FORSPRING: whon n lulling Innyer, u high prlcOIIImport..1 known to most of our citizens, but asked for bin bonks. "Show meyonr the oounty. His candidacy has
article drought on to defend there are first voters and new cltl- credentials," said :Mr. ICfinnerly. been well received everywhere In the

,. ;, ARE You 'REA 'DV I PO>Z a citse of sums Importance, spoke up ln'' sensoonetantlycoining to the county When these wero produced Mr. Ken county. 1
1/.1. nn aside plainly 01".1111100"01' the room i and for their benefit the News takes nerly turned over the books and Ho: far there are four candidates for

/ r f S1 RING i "Well" he remarked, with Infinite pleasure In publishing brief stale vouchers of his office, and the audi representative. Two are to be elect 1

/ cautompt, "I've noun some pretty bad ments regarding the candidates, ae tor took them to the Court House for ed.

U5TE"R DRowN courts, but thin-well, tills I.I the follows I examination. Next afternoon he Because of the length of this article

%::!& ", !) limit!" FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT. brought them all back and said 1 the News will defer comment
"Mr. Kennerly I find that according on the candidates for
county commissioners
( '" The old judge hushed] d'lI'kly."You JOSEPH PKIOB Is a veteran of the
to these books you should have on and school supervisors
,.; are Hned {23 for contempt sir: Confederacy, the present. popular In- hand (n..mlnthe/ amount) so much until next week by which time there 1,
CJ Hand the money to the clerk!I" he said oumbeut of this office and a candidate money." Mr. Kennerly thereupon will likely be many more candidatesto
re-election. He knows Its
aDd whoa the pompous visitor bad for stepped to the safe and handed the announce.
duties Is familiar with the
humbly ho and as auditor the bank book showlntcounty's
compiled
Ib continued
Intricate detail. of the ottlce as Is an
"Now Air Clerk go out and got expert accountant with the multi- balance. The fund was all
1NTERLACHEN ITEMS.
there to a If It hadn't albeen
what Ink and tbe penny.
pens. paper court plication table. In other words "he
there-If there had been deficit
may require. and If there Is anything Is onto his Job." During all the ,a
-then It would have gotten Into Mrs. Emma Richard of Stark Is a
left of his of the office
over van give the Incumbency
you gentlemanhis
years
the papers and there would have guest of Mrs. J. M. Jones.
Hk cbaii e."-Harper's Weekly there has not been an error which been sensation.. Faithfulness to 9i

----.---- the state auditor has asked him to trust never makes sensation O. W. Hunt and son, Ralph H., of
ft remedy, but on the other hand his any Chelsea N. Y.. were guests In the
It's talked much.
not about
.
A Qsnius at Exo"....
books have been found be without
to Igor city over Sunday.Mrs. .
expect I It. Do they appreciate
"While I11.. stngo managing a piece flaw and detail In that
every perfect all H'. "north So far they have In E..M. the
;. some time ago" maid< a theatrical raagnnfv order which the law commands. Ward aged/ mother u
the case of 8. J. Kennerly, of E.
'"one of my show girls showednn ,That Is what l Is called faithfulnessto our townsman T. Bedding
InJciifnilenec of spirit which was trust. Mr. Price is popular) J. E. EDMONSON is another business passed away Tuesday night, after along y

superb. Shu was always late for re- throughout the county and Is every man who U asking the support and here painful Illness. Mrs. Ward
dubbed Joe Price. of voters for the office of came a short time since from
ov., where familiarly County
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hoarsol. Her All her
excuses great home In
were Athens Oa., In the hope
OLD iLOrNa. BU friends claim that he will be re- Trenturer. Mr. Kdmonaon Is the
.....J... ...'-"....."',.. ...._.......A.. OONf O t.. ,, her friends( and relations bad a series nomluated. proprietor of the Lemon street ..aleItal.le. that she" might recover. The body:
of maladies. which were remarkable In acconioanlad bv Mr. Radding. and
and large dealer in M'
wagons
HENRY HUTCHINBON of Crescent .lea
Mr. E. M. W..rdand. DR.io'Wardletton .
their number and diversity. She nursed City will also contend for the office ann other vemciea. tie nas a

THE MARCH WINDS ARE CHILLY DO YOU NOT : them all until they naturally gave of clerk of the court. .Mr. Hutchln- large acquaintance among/ the peopleIn Qa. Wednesday for Athens,

up the ghost. About an hour was son Is also well-known to the people both city and county and Is everywhere

WISH. To KEEP THE CHILL orr AND PUT THE enough to bury most of them. Then of the county. He Is an educated an agreeable and popular man. Thirty friends of Rev. S. J. Townsend {

sue caught on to mechanical devices. gentleman and a man of ability who He Is energetic and his methods of /gathered at his home on Mon-
P abreast of public affairs. business are honorable to a degree.He day afternoon, surprising him on the
keeps fully
APPEARANCE ON? SoME PEOPLE SAY THAT Street cars wore Invariably late-just
He Is a native 'Iorldlan-born inTallahassee has lived in the county for nearlya occasion of his fifty-eighth birthday.
a. late a* she wan In fact. Then In dozen formerly resided alSt.
years Many remembrances bestowed
In 1B05.(( He was educated were
THINGS ARE NOT A.S THEY SEEM. DO YOU turn came certain Inconvenlencs In In the public schools of his native Augustine, but Is a native ofBorgia. upon Mr. Townsend In honor of the

hotels. The elevator was continually town and at the LaFayette Institute During his residence in occasion. Mr. O. W. Hastings delivered -
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BELIEVE THAT A MAN WHO HASN'T A SELL :; stlcklnu until finally came the denouement in New York City. His I this. county Mr. Kdmonson rma also the congratulatory address

: It was In Philadelphia. Th father came to Putnam county in been Interested in mercantile ventures Washington's Birthday oele-
WAS
SPRING OVER-COAT GETS ALONG AS WELL AJ, siren did not appear until nearly two 1868 and settled four miles north of has a large and has following been/ successful.of friends who He brated here by a banquet In the Hall

hours after the proper time. I lookedat Crescent City on Lake"Oakwoud'1was Crescent will urge his selectionand In the under the auspices of the V. I. S.
A WHO YOUR oVER- her Rod waited. Tbe where the family home The hall was tastefully and
MAN HAS YOU WEAR excuse came a centre of true hearted ..outhernhoeplto.llty event his success there Is no doubt appropriately -
decorated with the national '
glibly. Mr. Hutchlnson has but that the finances of the county

COAT ON TOP. WE CAN GIVE YOU TIP TOP TOPCOATS 41 'Ob,' she panted 'I'm so sorry, but resided at Crescent City continuously would be In safe keeping. colors tables and were the miniature ceuter-pfeaee cherry on trees the

they are repairing the stairs at the since that year. He was married FOR TAX ASSESSOR. accompanied by the traditional

AND HEAVY SUITS JUST NOW DURING hotel, and I could not get down until In 1870, his wife being a daughter of G. F. BUILARD the present incumbent -' hatchet The ladles serving the din.
they brought a ladder!I' Rev. Cha. Williams: ., at one time ner were attired in regulation Mar
Is the only one so far to an-
"I recognized genius In that girl."- rector of St. Murks, Episcopal churchin tha Washington style, 'ker-
OUR CUT PRICE SALE, WHEN EVERYTHING IN nounce for this ottloe' and It would caps
I this city. Mr. Hutohtnson wa a
Chicago Record-Herald. ohlefs, aprons and all harmonizingwith
not surprise his friends should no
member of the legislature from Put
; THE SHAPE or HEAVY WEIGHT GOODS-WILL GO ';. nam county in 18U1: and was one of opposition develop. Mr. Bullard is hundred the people times.attended Something the;banquet over one
How the Cook Did It. of Senator an Ideal official and personally pop-
the staunch supporters
and all lavish in their .
were praise.In
THIS MONTH AT A DISCOUNT or He had a number of guests to dinner Wilkinson Call. This has been his ular In all parts of the county.has ; His connection with this banquet
work as tax assessor brought
nail he was doing tbe H only public office. At present he Is
,. carving him Into close touch with the large/ special recognition should be mad.
bad deftly taken two slices off the a commercial traveler whose terri- majority of citizens and If he has an of the services of Mr. J. H. Corthell
this district. Mr.
and ho tory In part is In who so kindly made the tables andhung
Joint, was turning off a third enemy the News has never heard of
when the blade struck a skewer, madea Hutchinson Is In every way competent him. Everybody likes Q. F. Bullard. the window shades recentlypurchased
Per Cent. to familiarize! himself with and tbe V. I. H. .
33'/3 : sliding motion and"came out at the perform tne duties or me office His books are models of neatness by

;. top with the result tbat the proposedslice which he seeks. and accuracy always. Rev. Mr. Shaw of Atlanta Oa.

looked like a dead leaf curled up P.J. BECKS of this city also makes FOB TAX COlLECTOR. held services In the M. IS. churchTuesday

( by the sun's rays. hi. announcement for Clerk of the A. S. WILLARD. "Waal's the evening.

I Ho could not say Intense things In Circuit Court. Pretty nearlyevery- matter with Willard?" "He's all J. S.: LeFlls of Jacksonville and

This is considerably less than actual New I the presence of his guests, so be froze body In Palatka and Putnam county I right." :Mr. Willard will not likely Maj.] Oeo. P. Fowler of Hastings,

Ills wife with a glance, dug the skewer knows "Jack"Becks, as he Is familiarly : have any opposition, so general Is were guests of the Lake View this

out viciously made a grim joke concerning called, and he numbers his the; Impression concerning him quoted week.A .
York cost. March is the Month of 'Bargains tho Indlgcstlbillty of roasted Friends by the great gross. Mr. Becks above. And he Is all right. All Christian Endeavor social will

was raised at Peniel. and has been a right; as a citizen and all right as an t
wood and ordered little Willie who contractor aud builder In Palalka for official. be held at the Lake View on Friday
the had made several ,evening of this week and a good
at attempts to speak,.to He Is a most genial
many years.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. time is insured to those who attend.J. .
keep silent or leave the table. gentleman aud should he be entrusted -

.. His evident temper led to an embarrassing with the Important office for E. T. KELLAM who was elected to H. Wylie left Wednesday on an
which be asks the support of the his office two years ago Is again asking -
silence and Willie saw an Mr. important business trip to Jackson
the of the voters.
support
he would undoubtedly keep ville.,
people
opening that he could not resist
the made in his announce Kellam has made a painstaking of-
pledges
"Cook burned tier nose or CuI I" be Iclal and has a host of friends who

announced.. ment. are anxious to see him continued in
FRANCIS
NOTES.Jas. .
"Too bad," meld the mother, glad of FOR SHERIFF. office. He has lived In this county

FEARNSDE CLOTHING any excuse for conversation. "How R. C. HOWELL, the present popular many years and Is a gentleman of
and Vert and Geo. Duncan droveto
unblemished character
did site do It?" and efficient Sheriff of the county reputa-
Is a candidate for re-nomlnntton lon. Han Mateo on Thursday of last
"Why, answered Wlllta very apropos week.
Mr. Howell servedils '
and election.
FOR THE LEOISLATU tE.
"trying to pull them skewers out
novitiate as a deputy under Mrs. Daisy Plckern
with her teeth!"-London Scrape" Sheriff and the retire. H A. B. McKENZlR, responsible principal of
Hagan
upon school
Tlmee-Herald our spent Saturday and Sunday -
editor of the Palatka ,
ment of that official was nominated In Palatka, with her parents.
An Indignant Artlit. his successor by a large and popular has announced as a candidate for re-
He has served his second nomInation to the House of Itepreentatlves. Alec Motes who has been suffering
The sensational majority.
offers said to have
i COMPANY '. term and is everywhere regarded Mr. McKenzIe Is an old the. past week with neuralgia, is ableto
been made' by theatrical manager to vigilant and efficient oll1olal.dlgd'llted citizen of the county and for the pant be out again. i
the principal actor In a recent murder as 20! years has been engaged In the pub-
and at the same time inHinlllar Miss Faith Leonard
who has been
tilul must have mad. professional touch with- all the p"olle.He tailing business In this city. In the with
suffering lagrlppe at her mother
stars feel very much as did the painter has been repeatedly compli- primary of two years ago tie led the home In
Hastings/ returned to
Ilnyclon In 1S43 when two of his finest mented by the court for his strict attention legislative ticket, and has a record her school work Monday.
and the state auditor of one term In the House, where he
pictures were being shown at the to duty
F eI1eLtkeL Florida. Egyptian hall, and the public thronged bas vouched for the fact that the was chairman of the committee onOrganized Thursday Feb.20th, being/ the 66th -
a Into another records of his educe are kept with Labor and a member of birthday anniversary of W. S.
room where General! Tom
committees. Mr. McKenzie
Mr. Howell'sfriends several other Browning his children and grandchildren
scrupulous
Thumb. was on view, "They gpeh' by are confident accuracy. of his success states that he will soon puki- spent the evening with him

thousands to see Tom Thumb," wrote In the primaries. lush his platform of principle. upon presenting him with a few tokens of

the disappointed painter In his diary.Their ? which he seeks re-nomination. love and esteem. The evening was
also makes
B. L. KENNERLY announcement -
eye are open but their sense for the office of Sheriff HON. SAMUEL J. HILBUKIT of this spent In singing hymns he fancied

18 shut It la an insanity a rabies a Mr. Kennerly Is an old citizen of city has also announced his candidacy hen all departed, wishing him many

mildness a furor a dream! Another the county.. and with six or seven. for the House of Representatives.Mr. happy returns of the day.

entry later on runs: "Tom Thumb had years service ae deputy under Sher-: Hilburn Is one of the most; sucessfnl On Saturday, Feb. 22d the people

12.000 people last week R. R. Hayden Ilf Howell (a position he resigned lawyers In Florida and whose of Francis drove out to Mr. Leyvras'

Real Estate For Sale.Fine 1.13H:! (the half a little girl). )Kxqnlalt several months ago) has become practice takes him Into all the Federal on Silver: Lake, carrying well-filled

taste of the English people!I" We do i thoroughly familiar with the duties and State: courts. He was for baskets to celebrate the birthday an-
of tbs office. He Is a popular man, law partner of Hon. Robt. niversary of "The Father of Our
two story dwelling house in fine condition on Kirby St. not seem to have progressed much I thoroughly acquainted In all parts of v.tDavis. and until the latter's removal Country." The day was spent with 1,
since then. London .
Chronicle.Got the county, and has a good many ) to Tampa. Mr. Hilburn probably games; and rowing on the beautiful
lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. Half friends who have actively enlisted attained his greatest eminence lake. Then all departed thanking

$ cash balance at 7 cent. What H* Llk.d. I under his banner. before the bar of the state by reason Mr. Leyvraz for his generous hospi-
CUSTOM /HJ per Host-Why on earth did you put poor of his successful defense of F. J.O'Hara tall Ity.
GRADE.DOTS COUNTY JUDOH.
FOB
N Small farm oC about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, Jenkins between two such chatterboxes of Buffalo Bluff and who
lION M. I. Coxn will be a candi- twice tried In the United States Mrs..Newsome and daughter Miss 1
was ,
known Place. Half Cash. at the table Hostess-Why, .
"Fitzhugh In this Important
as date to succeed himself strict( court at Jacksonville on the Fanny, returned last Saturday from
The Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 5 miles from Palat dear, you know he Is so fond of tongue Judicial and probate oflloe charge of peonage. In both these Jacksonville' where they had been

sandwiches, and up to the present time there has cases Mr. Ilburn was leading ooun- visiting friends foracouple of weeks, _
ka, one mile of river front ge- been> heard no whisper of opposition sel. and it Is generally understood

Other properties both in the Cityand Country for sale on Chiefly the mold of a man' fortua Judge Coxe Is nn old Confederate throughout the state that it was his Mr. and Mrs. Youngof Morristown
veteran, Is a lawyer by profession N. J., arrived la Francis
Tuesday
Is In his own band.-Bacon.COMFORTIHO olear and eloquent presentation of
easy terms. Apply to' HENRY S RUNZ. ----- -- ------- and his past conduct of the ullloe these oases before the Juries that resulted and will be /guests of Best Cottage
has been such as to recede tho endorsement in Mr. O'Hara's almost immediate while here.T. .
S
of all. HI. popularity
- In
WORDS.Many and unanimous acquittal,
B. Htckenlooper Mrs. Newsomeand
reaches to all parts of the county
Ii l kRa,7dik91[ > lilil: lIIiIIIs face of the fact that there was ar-
:
z Miss Fanny Newsome drove
.1 and there Is general satisfaction at rayed against him the entire powerof to
ft Florida Household Will the prospect of hi. re-nouilnatlon by the Federal government which Palatka Wednesday, to do shopping
iI r> 2a42 III! IiIIiIrI!
: .
IDIJDIIDI:2IiIDjI: unanimous consent.SUPERINTENDENT
Find Them So. had determined upon a conviction.Mr. Miss Ruth Browning went to Pal-

OF PUBLIC IKSTHUCTION. Hllburn Is a great advocate and atka Saturday: to do some purchasing
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Diamonds Watches and JewelryA To have the pains and aches of a bad
10 the event of his selection by the
bock> removed ; tn be entirely free from In dry goods. Palatka is a place
have
annoying. : dangerous urinary disorders LAWRENCE K. TUCKER Is the on- voters, Putnam county would one can find anything desired in all
who would take a
feature hue been made of attractive Jewelry at rea- I. enougU make any kidney sufferer! ty candidate thus far to announce for a representative place In the House and lines of goods. tOn
Taste and always maintained. grateful. To tell how this great change this Important office and the lui- ranking
souable cost. quality would
whose pre-eminent ability secure Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Vert D.
will reunion to prevail that no -
bout seems opposition
can be brought prove comforting > this all that it could W. Moore Oeo.
huMlred of FlorIda to his candidacy will dew to county Jr., Duncan Misses
words to
Moderate Cost1Jewelry Moderate Cost Jewelry velop. Mr. Tucker Is the present In- 10 reason and Justice ask. The News Anna Moore Margaret and Grace
renders believes that In this view. It will be Miller, Edna Browning, Stella Wlu-
of 4111 L. St. Pensaoola umbent and he fits the office to a ,
ERY woman of taste FOR LADIES FOR MEN A. Onrllng, seaman sustained by all unprejudiced cltlens. fred and Jamie Browning drove to
his administration
Fla, tells bow to do It. He nicety. During
ppreciates the hand Oold Brooches, Bangle Oold Scarf Pine Gold says "From my experience with the schools have prospered but had 'alatka, chartered Richard Neck's

Cut LlnklSlIk Fobs I that not been the case the fault could MIDDLRTON of Pomona Is launch, went to Crescent Ctty and
custom-made shoe Brecelete. Ifntplns, 3oan'a Kidney Pills can strongly recommend W. S.
took In the sights of that beautiful
Necklaces, Silver l'ursee, Seal Finger RInRC, Gold them to anyone IH need of a not have been laid to Jil l. door, for also a candidate for Representative.
the little town. .
ew care to pay Mr. Tucker Is filled with enthusiasm Commissioner
\VatchChains Canes. good medicine fur the kidneys Kidney le Is the present County -
O"ldVal hp.., = school system and no opportunity First District. He
vagant price. complaint and backache caused me suffering for our from the .
and Signet Rings Eto. Umbrellas, Gold Studl. at Intervals for years. Tbe Brat' for its betterment ever escapes has lived In the county 10 or 12 years For Rheumatic Suffa.....

Queen Quality" or second attack I did not mind, but as him. He makes an Ideal su- and Is a most energetic and euooess- The quick relief from pain afforded. by

AND OTHER OEMS time went by they grew worse and at lerlutendent. ful young business man. He is a applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm
o Custom Grade DIAMONDS times laid me up. could hardly walk: FOR COUNTY TREA8URKB.! man of property and Is the owner of makes It a favorite with sufferers from

ft offer its advantagest Solitaire and Clustnr Rings Brooche*; Superb Stone and It was a difficult matter to straighten S. J.KESNRRLY Is a candidate for large naval stores and timber interests rheumatism sciatica, lame back, lumbago -

Quest cutting.Kxelustve after ntooplng, while the kidney secret re-election. No man In the. county and Is Interested In.tha maroan- and deep seated and muscular
a moderate price. of the lone ware Irregular and unnatural. Is better known and none are so littlelu tile business all well. During his tains. For sale by Aokermao Stewart

CUT GLASS Finest) Joan's Kidney Pile' cured me. From need of encomiums. He also Is a evidence at Pomona that town has Drug Co.

at's why they have Patterns. Workmanship.SWITTHE personal esperlnnan. I know that this Confederate veteran with an honorable grown-It couldn't dootherwlae with

favor. remedy. can be depended upon to fulfill record for service. As a businessman a hustler like Middleton directing I
into instant Feel languid, weak run dOWD'I
the Dade for 1C." blngs. Mr. Mlddletnn Is a high-
representations Is
He It'
Is top-notcher.
be a headache Stomach: VofT'T' -Just a
the Jeweler. For sal by sit dea'ent.' Price 50 omits: the head of the Kennarly Hardware minded Christian gentleman,In Intslllirnnt. I pl"lo' ease of lazy liver. Burdock

BERT CROOK Foster-Mirburn\ Co.. ,;DulTilo, :New. York, Company In this city and hU business of stfable his selection. aggressive the county. will the Blood Bitters tones liver and torn-' 4U

iIUII/III! tffiB IIIII! palNdlAtIglSla sole agent fur the United Btatee.; methods are what the commercial event digestion, parities! the
l Remember the 1."TPoap'aol world approves. He I is a ...JI. have Intelligent and dllllgent rspreentatloo. aOh'1.r"1110t.1

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THE PALATKA Naw Florida ChristUvn Endeavor A Doubtful Ousrant EASY TO MIX THIS.

News. The Arabs and. Indued nil Moslems

" as Entered mallable at the Palatka postoffloe The PalatksNsws has done some What State Editors are Saying have the practice of re-enforcing word ot promises honor Prepare Well It at in Home a Bottle.By Shakoing r WI A.
their
matter of the second first class Job work for the Florida by adding to fcryday Go

olass.PJbllshed.. State unlun during tbe past six the Arabic phrase Insballnb ("Please What will appoar vel'Y Interesting
months.It God"). How much meaning It conveys to nlany people here Is the artlclll
Palatka. Fla., on Bread Cut on Water Returning In some lands of the east Is told In tho taken from a New York dally paper, I Dealers In
is
Friday good to hear for-
by news of the Y. pre.orlpUon. all
P. society recently organized in the .Hon. If. A. DeLatid, after whom pages of "In Moorish Captivity. giving is simple noted cfuthorlty, who
RUSSELLORS.. Presbyterian church of Palatka DeLand was named, arrived the last The pious. proviso is n Very useful mulated by a has found Jt po lt.lve

t .. Northeastern district. Their pastor of tho week from Falrport, N. Y., formula to the Moors nnd. Is frequently claims that he almost any oa8e of Crate Material
W i. A. MJSSELL. Wller Rev. L. It. Lynn, not only believe and spent the week In DeLand. Mr. used In making promises that they remedy to cure kidney otransBment bladder do- .,

-r-------------- In Putnam county "that went dry," leLand was accompanied by his have no intention whatever ot keeping, backache or simple
the
k BRYAN. THE MAN but, also in the value of Christian daughter. Miss Helen DuLand, for then take refuge behind In taken following befoie the
as thoy can If of all Kinds.
Endeavor for the of whom' Lake Helen wan named' and proscrIptIon
A* the training young tbe Almighty when they are tared: Stage of BrlKhts disease! '
'. .. probable nominee of the and older people In. church work and by his grandson Harlan Page De. one-hall 4
democratic, party for the presidency as better citizens. Land. While here they are the with their breach of faith Field ExtInct Dandelion, one I
at the Denver guests ot the College Arms hotel. There is a story told of a man who ounce; o uipound KarRon :
convention next Fruit and
summer We notice lu the ohuroli ompound Syrup Bnrsiipa-
announcements Mr. DeLand Is the wan who made kept a shop In Gibraltar nnd who ounce; I
Wm. 3. Bryan, who has twice of "The St. Shake! well In a
Petersburg Eve DeLand famous; be It was who know the ways of tho Moor. To him rllla three ounces. closes ,
suffered defeat for that ning Independent," that their bottle and take In teaspoonful
exaltea office progressive spent thousands of dollars advertising .
of the faithful, who
one day came one at beU-
Is coming In for his full share offitlolsm city has five societies mooting the town and sent thousands cloth after each meal and again Vegetable"Wraps.
of somo
desirous buying
Sabbath wns
evenings for
time
young people upon thousands of : :
In the publlo. press pf the and children. What a splendid through tbe mails every month.newspapers Mr. On being Informed that the price was A well-known druirKlst! here lit

country. Strange to say, some of undenominational, local/ union they ,DeLand while in business here, ?2 a yard payment In sixty days be borne when asked reBardlnif.. this !

tha moat severely harsh and unjust might have with, for example a thought nothing of sending out 1,000or replied: prescription stated that the Inure.lie

criticisms have come from certain union prayermeetlng" once In three 1,500 copies each of the local newspapers "All: right I will take so much and Ulenlsareall h/lrmlPA.lInd can I .
professedly months in which the small cost from sItu'?
Westminster week for month obtained at a
every a or will In sixty days lnshnliniL""No
democratic papers. It is refreshing League pay you or tile
Epwortli League, pharmacy
Young more. As a result of the advertising vender "the price Is (good prescription .
therefore, to read the following People's Union and two C. IS. socie done by He. DeLand people fre said tbo mixture would be put up if nuked to

tribute to "Bryan, the Man" ties, would each have a part in a quentlv arrive here now, fouitean '2, payment In sixty days. For sixty do so. He furthei stated that while Palatka Florida.

from the pen of republican political truly fellowship meeting bringing years since he- left the town, with days, Insballah! .,.-the price Is $2CO" this presoilptlon In often prescribedin I ,
new inspiration and plans. for better some of Mr. DeLand'a advertising rheumatic. allliotlons with splendid
'correspondent-Leigh Mitchell work on tbe members of each organ- matter In their pockets Mr. De Thoughtful. results he could) see no reason
Hodges-in the Philadelphia North ization. Land and would not be a splendid
family have been the rectplonts Singleton-Tour wife appears to bean why It f mm

Americana republican. pnpert- Please tell every one! On account of warm /greetings\ from all unusually thoughtful woman Wed- remedy for kidney and urinary ? -
their old friends here. DeLand troubles and baclcaclie as it titus a
"William of the Mid-Winter -
Jennings Lincoln in,
Bryan of Exposition
News. derly-That's what she Is. Why, youcouldn't the kidney
action upon
Neb., may never be resident Jacksonville our convention dele peculiar IOIIt
half tbe things she most Important -
imagine these
: of the United States, and, again he gates may reasonably expect very structure cleansing
,
of Strawber'iesi.Vhe to Estate
Speaking them
and R.eal Al'Z'en.oyeyc.oJ.d. :
may be. Time alone can tell, and low B. K. rates Full paittoulars thinks when I am detained downtown organs helping the
t we can't make time- give advance In- will be given as soon as possible. Plant City Courier estimates late. sift and niter from the blood which
w1 formation. But The attendance should be double that this season's foul Holds and waste matter
whether or not be strawberry crop vc :
Is ever president or fills office of any that of previous years.Thejacksotivilie will bring to the growers of that section Nothing makes a woman prouder cause sickness and suffering 1 make hose :: ;E3urt,

sort, be is our most remarkable prl Union had $31,160. The figures are baaed than to be able to refer to her "old of our readers who suffer can

r vats citizen, and his political record good union meeting City, Feb. 2nd. to a on a Reason of fifteen weeks. In< the nurse."-Chicago Record-Herald. no mistake In giving it a trial. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Is without In the height of the season It In not unusual
parallel history of celebrate Christian ICndeavor Day, Feel languid weak run down ?
r r our nation. Aside from Its partisan It was held at the First (,)ongregl for the strawberry growers of Utarke Yellow-stnlns on the margins of engravings Headache? Stomach! "oil"?-Just a

, f M'1 feature and Its public significance, tlonal church and was lead by Mrs. and Lawtey to receive that amount may be removed by sponging plain case of lazy liver. Burdock of kinds sold
'4'' It has a moral meaning which should Ill-three days. This Is mentioned Realty all bought, exchanged and rout.Iieadquartueraof \. |
Rodgers liver and stomach -
,
secretary of the entertaining to in wise carefully with a solution of by- Blood Bitters tones JI .
kt be deep-planted in tbe mind of his any detract from our
society. A could purifies the the Southern Co
digestion Brokerage
'- ( ;v fellow-countrymen young and old, meeting hardly neighboring town, but to show the drochlorldo of soda. promotes ,
help proving a success under"the
blood.
so that the number of his kind may leadership of Mrs. magnitude of the Bradford county --- _ Office opposite front of Putnam house
Rudgars. How's This -- --- --
; : be Increased. strawberry business.-Starke Telegraph. -

_ ,4 ,- "William Jenblngi Bryan Is a shl Miss Lizzie Lenflstey, secretary of Wo offer Ono Hundred Dnllnra Reward for any A Man's House
ning exemplar of the success that Hlllsboro and Manatee district reports ctuio ol OfltArrh that oonuot be cured by Uftll 5Jahirrh

lies in defeat. From the time he a total pf nine Y. P. societies A Handsome Couple ( Cure. F. J. CHKNE7 ft CO.ToledoO .
used to debate with the other students have 816 members, of whom 108 are W. Ii. Lamar Is getting nice press Wn.thounclerHlKUOd. hnve known F.J.Chen.,. Is His CastleIt ;- U. WiiriiHiJPreildont.
,, : at Illinois college to the present active, 24 ttonory 62 associate, and notices from ninny papers that are for tlielant lAyeurH, and believe (tin. perfectly LLmUwLcEEnualuiIirlmi Loi'BUBAII.BT, J.
-, honorable In all bindiieaa trnnnactloiiH and Unnnclully BIT .
day be has known every form of ::12 absent not supporting him. He Is a winner able to carry out any obllgatloui made ; tait

public defeat, from the smallest to Pomona Cong'l workers have Mr. and his wife la a great help to him. by lila \llrmWALDINO alinuld be fortified, protected g Let us know your gU
The
Everywhere the KINK< MABVIH G. Loper
they have
go
the greatest, and as If to doubly tea Wm. J. Keown an old-time member papers Wholesale Drtiffirl, Tnlndo O. with good paii.t. TcrfTiouscs are u Bailej)
- & him, he was twice subjected to the with them again who has resided In something nice to say about them. Hill I'd; Gatnrrh' Cure In taken' lumrnnlly. suing. burnt up by alow decay" from not U
l greatest. When he went out to Lin Montlcello News. directly upon the bind and mucous aurfaoes ol
DeLand for several The being properly paintcdlo every one Fire Insurance
entire '
7 coin he ] years. the ...me Teatlmunlnla wnt free. Frloe76o 3 GroceryWants I Ia :
c as a young lawyer didn'tget Koown family are expected Naughty Nannie- per bottle Sold by all drngKlflta that is destroyed by fire. And yet itcost -
much practice in hie profession. 'back home" when the Take Hall Family 1'llla tot'cumitipation.It well
school term It to vel'tlse.Vltnell8 but little; to keep a house : a
Ho, whenever committees from county ends at DeLandv pays the Leading American and For
Congratulationsfor light mado the W. painted, if the right:; kind of paints
fairs or 'grand picnics' came to ; being by r the cltr..lor oratory and applied for Pomona. ladles on u certain noted picture now Didn't Com Natural."I ] used. The bout painter in the 3 -- |

thq..,.ame_ at same lawyer's office State Pres. Wlnnard has printed on exhibition at the Fain! "I shore have heard that man tell the world cannot do a good Job with u Companies
hey were referred to Bryan. And- for' the use of the two societies in his am going down to see that,Nannie I truth once or twice" said one Wall poor paint, but give a good painterPATTON'S u Tia
Bryan usually accepted and thun- Tampa Heights church the state hear so much about," la an expres. street man talking of another. "He and we will be pleased to gu Accident Insurance,

', dered at them Just what he thought song, "Florida Juniors" on cards, slon heard, not Infrequently the past can tell the truth, I ndmlt, but It does 1: furnish you with the best fju
and "Florida for Christ" In the couple of weeks. Naughty Nannie The Travelers of
whether tbey thought that way or ; nof come natural to him He reminds Hail
form of hook mark nixed Lakeland News. goods obtainable at surpris- ::J j
of
., not, and pretty soon he ran for congress slips me of the Russian moujlk. f& Ii.! -.
la a republican district-ran paper. This Is a fine combination of h u ingly low
because no other democrat wanted state C. J J. loyallty and local society Some Most Excellent. Advice "A Russian moujllt sat one day In 9X9PAINTS prices. :gT __ tile Insurance:

to be defeated !-and was elected I >rogiesstveness.Interlacheif Editors are like other men- tho anteroom of the military commissioner .- None but First-class !goods jj;

.And the busy lawyers who referred Endearorprs bold very human. 'A private citizen of his town There was an ;* find shelf room here. We g TheOld Reliable "Oern(
'- committees to him still little ought to be treated with consideration anxious frown on his face A friend !
: are as monthly socials. The one for January -
known as busy lawyers In thousands met at the new home of their as to his private business acts approached said: j J want to convince you of this, g Life" of New York

'- of little cities, while he Is known the pastor, Rev. S.' J. Townaend. There He should not be drawn Into mattersof 'What Is the matter, Piotr?' mid will surely Ret a Job that g so come and see for yourself, :gjjj :J
world around as no other lawyer, personal, partisan difference. 'I am worried,' Piotr answered, you
were a short
busy or otherwise, In any city, bigor reshments games, sociability program and; a freewill re-- And when a man is old, he has I' 'about my son. I don't know what to will look economical well and l wenr well.be.nu.e or, phone your 'order in to gg Marine Insurance:

little. ottering as the grand climax itreater.claims upon us. Particular say when the commissioner asks mo They Are much paints Ko. 84 and it will receive.
) they cover ao more
--iiii.cionpreBalonal.ucoesscB so If he has never naked office <
-_- Just exceptions to prove his rule were of A special edition of The Florida. ut In the prosecution of Ills any private about his age. You see. It I make him surface and wonr 10 much longer g prompt and careful atten- The Leadimg Compan

defeat. But every time he went Endeavorer will be out March 25th, 11.1" has greatly added to the younger than he la he will be sent than ordinary points. They are tion.L.C.Stephens.
4 down be came up fresher and containing last news of the conven- of the state. Even If It were back to school, and If I make him out told by reputable retailers whole All Claims '

'- stronger, until now he has a greater lort and the provisional program. reprehensible business; if legal he older they'll stick him In the army. busmcsa existence! depends upon. g: Free delivery. G Prom:

..., hold on the masses than he ever bad. There should be no excuse for any 'Is entitled to what Is his. He shouldbe What the deuce nm I to do?' the continue! uatroruvjo of atl Settled.
,, And he's a bigger man than he ever one to not get well posted. let alone. 'How' would it do,' said the friend 1 lied cimoicis. Get Color Cards

was, for the simple reason that he Miss Eddie MoManaman pf 813 The writer has no personal acquaintance .. thoughtfully 'If you told the commissioner and Information fromRckerQR81euh1 jj Office. \98 I'ront8t. Pitiil
has known how to defeat In with the great man whostTRenlus
use Adams st. Jacksonville Is one of the his exact nge?
''e the first place, he was never defeated two Junior superintendents for and wealth have combined to "Plotr slapped his leg and laughed nru C.
because of any faults of character. Northeastern district She Is giving make him the largest taxpayer In delightedly. 3 Grocer, t!
So there was he Floilda. He would not know the u 3 I
no reason why
good service both "
by correspondenceand .
) should despair and he didn't. III ; visiting near vll alte Last wtiter's name It he saw It in print.Ve "Ibe very thing!"he cried. 'I never Palatka. Florida. {1:J Ruby and Morris Streets tJ: New Stock i
the second place he never went week several pleasant days were \ only know that he Is modest, thought of that! j i

ahead until he felt sure he was right, pent at Ollmore where the enthu- gentlemanly and kind. We know of i Palatka Florida. jj jjimuiuaii
-: Instances; where his gifts in secret ,
so he accepted his Defeats as mainly elastic Endeavorers gave an enjoya- Garden Seeds fc
-
have blessed the
a difference of between him recipients made
,; opinion/ ble social In her honor. Mr. Wm
". self and the majority of voters and Hawley is president this society them take heart and try. His charities aaa cc c cc ca
no man need be discouraged because are not dispensed to attract at
and Miss Maggie Gilmoro .
Spring
secretaiy.South Planting.
P- be honestly disagrees with the tention. And his business enterprises DesperateCoughs ( ",naii.!IUllllijllll.llllllla1: m.'m; .mim::
Lake Weir members had have been of material wa
masses. This usually means that a help to 11
_ he is right; and in the case of Bryan large share In the successful box hundreds In Florida. : Delicious I Our prices are as lot
_ _- it has been so proven. For many of octal recently given for the senelle Some of the best people In the '
his 'revolutionary radicalisms' of a > purpose of raising funds to renew state who are close to him, lay that ) as seeds", of equal high
dozen advocated the; insurance of their church. 'l'he he tries to live right and his character Fence Bon Bons w-!
_______ years ago are now being 3 quality can 'be sold.
eniorand junior work at South Lake stands the closest test and the I
by the very ones who then wood. Win ts.t.Ilfeti,,,
stood aghast at their mere mention I Weir Is one of the brightest C. 10. most intimate association. Dangerous[ coughs.[ Extremely Sgirn.l Aesid.Whds 5.1,,$1. tale, l5U4 ti andChocolates We handle absolutely
features of Marion and Cities dlsrlct. Moreover It l U known to the editors ],
q "But back of all his defeats and perilous coughs[ Coughs[ that ,
%
bullets la a man who believes In him- that he Is old. He has recently rasp and tear the throat and I I ? nothing that has net
GRACE A. TOWNSFND. celebrated the anniversary
_ aeventy-clmhth !
self which la the first for
requisite CINCINNATI, 0,
Interlaohen Fla. Feb. 21, IIIU8. of his birth. While he la lungs. Coughs that shake the been :
any sort of success. And buck of I [ [ ,, ,of Ire. Pence has I. sup = All Homo-Made Candies = carefully grow
c this belief, In self Is a character that well and active for his years and bill whole body. You need a regular IodsaLewrlreasuhlswpt..s. from the
The worries of weak and ilck Friends wish that he live to Ve. cli ,1 choicestNorthern I
- will stand the most searching rays a mother are may see Something! new added
7' bOKUn with the birth of hurohlld medicine a doctor's medicine
only Ijy day his great. scheme completed, he
of calcium carbide. And when ,
you I ler work Is constantly $Inturruiitud and atIghfchflrruat Stock Seed
reinforce self-confidence knows the end will soon come. He for such a cough. Ask every day.L.A.SMIT1i.
. with character la broken by the walling or Pie 3 '
: : you can defy defeat, for there iuvlili: : puny Infant l Ir. I'toroa YavorIel'reecrlpllon : lumps already hud built the mausoleum doctor about for seed 'and'
1 ; : your Ayer's purposes,
mitkoa weakVOIUHII strong ai.i] In which his body will rest, when
_( ,1- is no defeating thla combination old I To ilk women well It llglitoflffiill. the btmtansf his race Is run He will not be here Cherry Pectoral. j suited to the most critical \
you young man or man, say maternity giving to mothe. atrenglh and For
this-study William Jennings Bryan. vigor, wbloli they Impart to their clilldrun'I! In long.-DeSoto County New sale by ;. Lemon St., Palatka.
bout forty yearn: or practice, !>r. 1'lerio: and "- W. P"bl.. cc. formula' G. M. I I Market and Garden
-- : It doesn't matter whether you rft a its' associate HtalT of pliyMloluna\ \have treatednd A. BABY Wsi banlih' loottol Davis & Son EHIUIU, mlIIIru'IIIIII! .IIJI.1111111I1II'.rulllr.IIIII; ; : !_ 1 1
democrat or a republican, a prohibitionist cured morathan falfa million tulfurlntLwomen should bo"auneblne In the house, and A > from our m Kllolni Trade.
women Invited to Ptilatka. Florida.ro(1aFarnzs. ---,--
COIIHIIU
: rllok ure
I IL
or a socialist. 'l'here la something rtrsm tn.ull -
will be If ,. & yon
letter give ItVblte' Cruara
]>r. Pltwco by frea of clmrge All corre9orldunc you i/ers. your '
far more Important to you ; la stilctly prlvatu. AtldreMi Tir. Rv Vermifuge the best worm medloloe doctor For
.__ than politics and parties. It Is man Invalids' HotuI and burulcal Instl-, offered to This !
-
suffering
-- humanity.
hood. ,' It may be said ne haS never known all Jib Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot !ImL i AckermanStewartDrug
ture of households. A mother with
Unaeoured Furniture
An Loan. and I
defeat although lie has met It often, children, can't get along without a bottle do Its bet work if the bowels are con
for his sort of manhood can't be de Though pawnbrokers are not sup- Co.
nf White's Cream.Vermifuge to the stipated. Ask your doctor If he knows House Goods
,. feated. And It's the sort we need posed to have any friends, only custom- house Sold by Ackorown-Htewurt: Drug anything better than Ayers Pills for correcting Furnishing ?1m L I
right now." ers. there Is a story that la told In New Co. this sluggishness of the liver. "at very low prices

York that shows that they sometimes -M.a. by",.J.O.Aft*Co.,tow.ll,_..- i,rPtt'Floe'nrt,, of role., pro, Palatka, Florida.

,,: People who always have bonus to stretch their rules-If tile right man Trees In Churches., relltlr.I tethde., iinpro.e.I N. e'twnce ll.tlng Go to I

pick go through life. looking fam comes along A certain racing man The parish( church of Ross, in Here- He.-Do you know I hadn't been F blanks sidled,,u reite.t,

t ished. _ had been having a very bard streak of fordahhe, III remarkable for two OIl Hpenlclntc to the Johnny more than five Ow",,E, A. Stront Company R. S. Mooney
luck. It there were twenty-one horses oluis which grow beside the pew formorlv minutes when he hew.Y.Lk9t Pldlsd.P5M.' ::
: called ,
.
t: The editor of the News has re- me nn Idiot I?I hroo.l hit Iu Bruad&Uuesu,5t50 Notice of Application for TauPe
nrctlnleil by the famous John
the his choice would be
In race, never She (bored)
-Why the .
delay?-Chips. II. Wrsr Notion la hereby Olsen that H
celved his first Installment of Kyrlo '' Afroiit, Melr me, Flib.HOVL'HE I'alatku, Florida. '
P government bettor than No. 20. Finally his money the "Man of Iloss. Trees MUlor. Jr. purchaser of tax oerilUoU)'
;_ ? ._ vegetable seeds from the was all gone; also all!! of hIs negotiable \\"crlle.nrce around Ross in his time -- --- 192: dated tbe Id day of June, A.

? new senator, Hon. William James ropcrty When lie bad epcjijjxls-teilf anti: tree planting became part of his Undertaking and Embalming. 1903, has filed said certificate la I

::- Bryan Under the circumstances dollar for bregst1'tjrnod Into thoUUJhoiTwbero philanthropy. The story goes that a / HAS office, and baa made application for

; It would the helghth discourtesy, If all his valuables were ruthless rector of Ross cut down some : deed to issue in accordance wild I>II>

not rank Ingratitude for us tafeancThim being cared for, and they amounted to trees Kyrlo: bad planted near the Special :Muster'H! Sale. Said certificate embraors the tallest
',- : church, whereupon tbese two elms described property situated In Pubs
onslderable. [JNDFIIAND BY VIRTUE OP
a lemon, and yet ,littfs.; all we "I'd like to have $300: on this," he forthwith sprang up by way of pro- creeor freclosure ana 'mtle, rendered A DK-l In county, Florida to-wlt
have 1efJflL-e< of MADE A SUCCESS tho lIh'elllt Court, of the Kluhtli. Judicial Nel of Nt>i. section 19 township ,
-i-- "garden old to tbe proprietor laying down an test. Several otber country churches Jlrouu ol the Hint, of Klorlila, for l'ut"u: 25
..-aes:" have trees growing inside. In the Uounty, by (Ito Hon. J"'UH 'I'. WIllH range -40 acres
": _________ __ ordinary lead pencU on too counter. of nlilOouit. tlutixl tho lllth oijiii- Tbe said land being assessed it l
If tbe Hon. John b. Beard's suooess Without a change of countenance, tbeawnbroker. chancel at Kempsey: near Worchenter, uIry A. I,. 1W1H'"' wu,'roin Hlmaon day BootU u date of the Issuauon of such certifti'
mado out a tKket and lies been preserved a horse Chestnut 'Wllir'ompliilnnnt.ancl luieiPuts::, t. K. Wlllln niitl KUou I A, lu the name of A W. Lawtoo. Cal
as a vote getter In Palatka am < I *
passed the money over the counter. (thnt'eprln/llf/ from the beautiful tomb ,',...tlo" ,, elicit ") the will I'lKhmit Bell. at nml publicJ said certificate shall be redeemed I
f any Index by which one may Judgeof Rlgbt there the racing man's fortuneS of Sir Edmund Wylde. An Irate peda- L. LT. Cooper Tells Chicago Reporter Why In hldh.r. the taunt door of ho Court) HOUHO buKt, cording to law, tax deed will MU.lb'''

,P his powers In this regard in other seemed to cknnge.. Every one of gogue threw a chestnut with which ot 11'101'101".0"P"h.tk..ln aMONDAY County ot iutuiuuui."State on on the UJth day of February At t

,- counties of the state, then his his selections proved an easy' wluncr. he cnught'one of his school children He Accomplishes So Much. FIRST IN MA Run, A. D., iim 1908.Witness f
J
chances of representing Florida in and as be pushed his luck be was playing during service, upon' the tomb, beIng the 2iI' I. ?"y '""' my official rlfinature std
month
.. dur.
,, !.....
Itlo (I. l.t _I __.. ... ... ..... this the 23d day of JanuarY A, D. I it
i : the United States Senate are better able at the end of the week to redeem whore It took root and baa flourished. toll win'o ,-- U. .u Ul1Y. mule fRICI

#, than good. Mr. Beard Is one senatorial his pencil and oil his other valuables. Westminster Gazette."I No nan in recent years baa been stomach, trouble. 'I was always hun WIll'1 1'lmt, flpPttrts.iiuice certaIn tract 1'1000 or parcel ot .hind, Clerk[iseall circuit] court, Putnam JOSXFH couatT, f//

candidate whose platform contains New York Globe. understand he's the author of lev- more successful in restoring human gry but did not dare to eat much as lng in (i.e(Jotuoty:: Puttian sItuated: : ,:State iytng of,'ih-::::
eral successful novels." health than L. T. Cooper. During his I bad severe pains In Ida. and moro
my stomach partleuhlrly do.orlOO
something other than platl. and lone. as 101. Order For PUbliCatiOn]
stay In Chicago, and while be to-wit. .
was also
and "Ob aol Ho's the through my body I ,
Kind Lady-You are n strong successful author could not All th..t root
tudes. And be Is not traveling on meeting thousands of people dailY lie or parcel' or h.nd sItuated
sleep at In In thooiroult JudlllalOiPutnam
night and (lie Court Rlghth
,
healthy looking man. Why don't ;yon of several novels, but"- was very restless. Town of Oru.int
: autci I ,
-r'r his shape-though when It comes to "What's tho gave the following reason for the remarkable I was also very nervous, and would tliitthrty' eleurlbi:; a,, :'; frR (be iuoi'ht IIure lir. county, I'lorld.-111 un aw
work? difl'erencel"uiIee
go[ to demand P0)) f..t lucy
for his of
medicine to have loek 1'.nty.r..llr, Johnlrrlng Anderson, 1
t-? this he "has 'em all skinned a mile Tramp Well, It's Ilku tItle um'nui. merely succeeded in writing a reporter: pated,severe and always headaches felt I was consti Oui ted Ii by he i;;; Jyke, Ii. h' Itt March((241.I, o.' ph.tr ,tn.I- .- VB. V Bill for PIT*.
bloated lie i ;
,,, :r1j
Olerl&s ,
. I ain't got nobody to look out for me the novels; that's all"-Philadelphia Mr. Cooper Bald: "My NeW' Diacor- aftsl'eating. ty li'lorlia. together oiti wIth aU ot PoInt., )sufl- Edith May AnJer.on. ) J
;:I.r4 Hoa. Eugene S. Mathews, speaker but> nioself an' uf I got voiU I might Press. ery Is successful because it corrects "I had tried many remedies ImprovolUol1t. tlm"o", buuiIlngs a.ei It appearing by nfDditvll npponcW ">
last house of the stomach. My theory la that but JUIM1F: WALTON. bill! filed In tho above utalml CCOJ
1i I of the representatives, deprlvln' n man with n wife au' a "The mule kicked him sky high few could secure no relief until *'
one day I HpoclBl Master Ccllth May. Amlenuu the DefldlietI
Is again a candidate tat reprellentartii' lot of kids of a job. says an obituary, "but we have no can be sick if the digestive apparatus noticed In the newspapers what won. B. N. CAf.HOUN, lu <&ancery.k .. ,n mimed l Ic a non-rualdnne ot ina 5"FlorJdo .
tive In the legislature from Bradford I'lttleoeDoes It disconcert for word to whether be broke In Is working properly. It naturally follows derful results Cooper's medicines MolI..ltor for Cuulplnlnaes ,call she Is a resideni of VS ol' "
you as or were ,
that few can be well with a poor Florida Juii. jath lIce (l ili Street' ,Olty of Brooklyn, mat ::
county, and wUl probably have noir people to talk while you slug) not."-Atlanta Conitltntlon. digestion accomplishing In Chicago. I decided Yoi'k,over he egs ot 'wenty.onoyo--;;
to try them, and shortly hut there I. In tha eta 5 of....,
no
: opposition. Men who are frank, l'atrlcWell It they say "Shut up! "Ever try nu automobile, Judge?" "I know from experience that most mencing the treatment I after com I 10...., npon whom pornon the service ol slit,.,:

fearless, fair-devoted to the Interests It does. ____________ said a friend. "No" replied the Judge, ot the tired, half-sick people that are better. I did not have began those to severe feel European Restaurant. ordered would bind such noa-reodon''' It l.DeC'015 01-::

of all the people rather than to "but I've tried a lot of people who so common now-o-days have lalf-nlck; pains In my stomach, and I could sleep be and et.I. : required, to appear: .
4 Registration Notice. have."-Jewish' Ledger. stomachs Put the stomach in shape at night Hilt Oomplulnt flied la auld oauM <
', ; a faction-are bard to find, but and nature does the rest The result I ; my appetite Improved, and Furnished Rooonis. before .j
-' Bradford counf3, hal found one such! The City Registration Books will A bmcu IN 'flea Is general good health. My medicine can now eat welL I am feeling like Hot MONDAY,the lad DAY OP MARCH Aotnerwlia '
and
la K. S. Matthews His eminent be open at the City Hall from 9 n. m. will save nine. So will a"bottle of Bat- does this That Is why fifty thousand a new woman. Cold Baths JOIN, the alleuatlona of 'SPa..
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to I p. in. on the following dnyst lards Horehound Syrup always kept on people here In Chicago are using It "I am very'thankful to Mr. Cooper rill be taken .. confeiiuid! by IOtd "' j
:
j ,, fairness, his Impartiality, was the Saturday, February SMrh | _.Monday hand save many a spell of sickness, A who never heard of me until a month for what Lie remedies have done for At d''it'is further ordonxl thud '"'' orot"

ri notable characteristic of his work as larch 2dj; Saturday March, 7th; sure mire for Coughs, I olds Bronchitis ago." me. They have restored me to good Charles tibllKbed ounce n week lor lOve enetlia ..-
presiding officer In the last House londay March eth Saturday. Mar. and WhoopfEg\ Con h Mrs. 8-. Hot Among the fifty thousand mentioned health, and I would advise any one Kupperhuscli In the palatka Ne..".Stl.Sptlbllshsd '

l and he left the chair at the close of Hrh ; Monday, March 16th ; Saturday, Spring Ark writes t "I keep"a bottle of b y Mr. Cooper who used his medicine who suffers as I did to try them. Wltuttna In ray avid hand County and offlulaneal and 1\111?
if Iliat :larch 21st; Monday March 2'lrcl:\ ; Ballard Horehound Syrup In my medicine 111 Chicago Is Mrs. Hilda Pflueger, liv' We ell the Cooper medicines They Palatka Ila. d..yor 4aouar",1_.
-- the cession more popular, end from If a. m. to sundown on H it- chest, and thank ( JOII '
my forethought ing at 1203 Alnalle Avenue. This is are easily the moat FOR SALE Meeli VIrCUilt C.
celebrated:
CJfIo
the members than 28th 1'JOH.! preoa. APA CharS
"I were possible,with rday March many times. It has prevented may the statement she makes concerning ration ever Introduced fine asIuiblished BDWAKD A.LLIIIN.8ulloltur ,
I. they unanimously Hums PETRHHANW, save e spells of "lokn is." Sold Aok- her experience with in thla coun IIrooery bu.ID6B8 and dwell.
,- when, at tbe beginning by the medicine: try crowing in log In Palatlca A tortioniplalnant.
named blui for tbe place. I City Supervisor: of Registration. rman-btewart Drug Co. "1 ban two sick for six y.ari :with popularity daily. 50flebody. Consult big bargain for
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A Memory Test,

IEN ,GEMS WERE to A lecture professor at or of noar mnemonics al torhuL"7.had gone''After A WAR, WAS .r r 4 _

PRECIOUS. the lecture was finished be had to PREVENTED.
wait for his London train. It ,
wns a ft.. .. ..... ... .. ,., ,. ,.,., . .!If I
'(f' most comfortless day; and be retiredto
t,:, [torlslnal. an"inn for shelter and refreshment [Original.
..otfcer Carl say yon told him a To pass tbe time ba began to exhibit Tho essential features of this story V\TATCH PAL ATKA

!\\1t 'tory about torn Jewels you his feats of memory tQ'
..m Nrt.n you were' a young lady. the Inn parlor, and one and all wero One evening n ball at the German
I ou tell it to me)" thunderstruck except tin waiter. There
? embassy at Parks. M. de B., a brilliant .
pu'll promise not to repeat It" 1s always; one skoptla In every communion young Journalist than representing the This"Advertisement ;

tt1I; Countess of Blumensteln tookb.I' whether of salute or sinners. London Times at the French capital, and to
Do what he would he could not miti-
uttle her and told
daughter on lap was standing looking on at the dan- .
,IpolkterjnsNweuty. gate the acrid smile of acid Incredulityof cers when a girl possessing a Teutonic

yean ago," abe said, "when that glorified potmanl! In the midst cast of countenance passed loaning on

: ."elfl..were I very expensive they were of one of his most dlmcult feats the tho arm of the German ambassador Fine Timber Lands
'ntUCtt ;?\ealuod, by those who could af- whistle sounded of the "Only; train to Her eyes \mot those of Do B.. and For Sale or Lease. J.
"<<4.tIt!own them. It was, I think IntM London tonIght!" and he rushed ofT to though she lowered thorn modestly I

f year: lOOn that a young lady of the catch It He caught It at the station still there was that In her expression
!noll )Ut' whom we will call Bertha and his reputation caught It In the Inn which revealod to the young Journalistthat

'I/"I.H.ppolnted/ ( one of the ladles in parlor, for the waiter, coming In with ho had made an Impression. He

fwottlttg to the empress. Her majestyXoelabpa.d some ordered refreshments and finding sought the ambassador and begged an Still offering: Fine Bargain at gjSisco.
\ one of the rarest collections him gone, pointed to the corner Introduction. It was granted and Do

1>ft'rW'ln, Europe, and Bertha was where he bad been sitting and exclaimed B. wan presented to Marie von Ullen- I

S'niaii\ (responsible for them. There "Silly 'umbug, be's forgot hIs um- stein of Berlin, a niece of Prince Bis Au FORD .
%a.'
CftU; Maximilian. He was of roy De B. met the frauloln often In society
,aLt Mood j c! through his mother, but not Juv.nll. Natural HUtory. and at every ,meeting the mutual Fine Bargain at fl
'/\\'i>uq:rfahla, father. "Papn," said Harry, Infant phenomenon pleasure appoared to be greater Waycross property

?Now, Maximilian: took very little Inft6reat''ln aged nine "will you give ma my than at the previous one. 'Within a Satsuma. ]
: / court matters. He was a pocket money In advance I want to few weeks ho was encouraged to make

[;'sltident( always experimenting withllqufdsldhat buy; a book on moths. her a proposition of marriage. She acknowledged Polk Real Estate I
< i be poured Into little glass "Certainly- boy," said the retired that she was greatly pleased Co. property, Beautiful Home
SHubw and boiled and froze and did all colonel. "Here's a shilling for y'ou. 1 with him, but that no, definite answer 1 on ]

f I aorta v of queer things with. It was am delighted that you should take such could be given without consultation '

''i abont this time that a new and funny an Interest In natural history" with her family, and especially her and can add Insurance St. Johns River near @ 8'
:j sntjMtnflce was discovered called ra- That evening all the old colonel's uncle the chancellor,

dIU'1I' ; Vlt had a sort of glow that nev- best friends came to dinner. "You think" she added "that I am
leuJdlodlout.) Maximilian: took 'great "Now- Is my opportunity" reflected seizing upon a pretext to put you off. Norwalk Palatka, Fla. y
ilaterov't in radium and was constantly the proud parent "to show these people Tj convince yon to the contrary I will property ,
} Ltrying Its glow on different other sub'atauceel what a clever boy; my son la. 1 co'uQde to ;SOIL what this .engrossing and tl

S, shall have him ln at dessert time!I" subject Is. Our government fearful 'I For sale Four lots in Jack
, yrO 'day Bertha-It-was about two So Harry came In with the pears and that France, displaying such remark- or ]

yamr.:!'after she had been appointed I pineapple and In loud tones tbe gal able recuperative powers will soon

1J6<*y.JJ: i 'waiting-went to the vault lant colonel remarked: grow strong enough to take revenge for Trade for Investment Agency.sonville for sale or

....tle'""' (?the empress' jewels were kept, "Well, Harry did you get your_book I tho blow received In tbe lute war la''
t.....,t..f and behold they were gone ,on moths," i about to pick n quarrel with the "French trade for PalatkaPalatka ]
*fc'ti'.all;: except 'the diamonds, which "Yes, papa," answered his son." march on Purls and level It" .
re'in' a safe within the vault She "And what Is It called?" pursued the The Imparting of such n remarkable Property.

ilshstodR> but soon recovered and went delighted father. pleco of news to him, a Journalist bya Palatka Fla property.
out1\ ;locked the vault and eat down tot "Oh," said the unsuspecting phenomenon niece of the real ruler of Germany; ]

I \"hat\ she should do. It wa.that "It Is entitled 'Hints to Young threw Do B. Into a fearful state of .
o.1 tljo jewels had been taken Motb-ers! "London Answers doubt What could It meant He soon

'% ;beheld responsible as the thief Hiding His Ignorano apartment to think. Two Germans
\If Ue .lie was In agony as to whatjnpte An official of the department of justice near him' wero\ talking together and
"orld she should do Maximilian: said In Washington of a rumor ho heard one of them .uiuutlon tbe A Few Nice Investments in Palatka to Offer.

?,_ announced. In a few minutes she brought to him for confirmation by a name of Mario\ von TJllensteln where-

:. as pobrlng her troubles Into his ear. reporter: upon tho other added "It la said that .
+4 '"Maximilian thought for long while "This rumor sprIngs from Ignorance/ the chancellor Intrusts her with many Insurance Solicited.
then told her to lay nothing about the cease Ignorance of the law. I am surprised delicate bits of diplomacy". 1
ciheffc,7 All would depend upon the em- that you should have credited Tbo words did not reassure the lis
ibraMH.tiot, calling for her lost gems "The originator of that rumor Is as tener. He left the embasny, went to ]

"tor" some\ time. Photographs of them plainly Ignorant of the law as a certain his apartments; and lay awake all night Rents Collected and Property Looked After

u ,Were kpptUhat they, might be Identl- schoolboy was of French. thinking of his strange adventure. onCommission
fled In case of loss. 'Maximilian took "This boy's father said to him one What should he do? Whether the news
then photographs and told Bertha that night at dinner: the frnuletn had given him was true or

!Ji Ie- was going to put the best detec- 'Well, how are ;you getting on with false, It was his duty as a Frenchman Basis.
'tive, In Berlin on the track of the JewS your FrendR, my son?' to Impart It to tho president of France

!!\:( 14" SLWhat are detectives There are 'Very well thank you, sir,' the lad But this compelled the bell'ayal'of a
'4;} ni>;t"eter persons now. There used to replied confidence reposed In him by the girl ] i
.q be,* but there were so many Ingenious "The father beamed with pleasure. bo loved. After a terrible mental struggle
detective-. story tellers that they reveal- -" 'A8k' politely In French for some bo sent the Information to his pa m< J.

r.,ij, :l$ the thieves all possible ways of peas,' he said. per. Its publication attracted considerable -
tracing them ami the detectives ceased "There was an awkward pause. attention for the time being than
, to, be oft use. Then was dropped by; the public as a piece of

f W ely Maximilian took two, seta of 'But; father,' said the boy 'I don't : manufactured news. W.ip's Jaws Make Colony's N..t- Fusts Are Msd. to Blow Out. Too Much For General Butl.r.
photographs away with him, telling want any peas.'' De B. kept away from Marie von TJ1lonsteln. Wasps readily succumb before the With everybody; traveling more or Benton and After tho battle of Chickamauga an
Barton.
Bertha that If the gems were not called The day after the publication Increasing cold of autumn. The few less usually more, In electrically driven enthusiastic Confederate went about
In the "Thirty Years In the United
fortfP" a month all 'would be well. Meting Old Neptune of the news she had given him be that escape the merciless scourge of cars and trains the time has certainly the streets of New Orleans accosting
States Senate, by Thomas Hart Benton
heard that she bad left Paris. One of -
'ba.ppened: that the empress was In- An Inmate at Sailors' Snug Harbor mortality are the queens of next sea come for general appreciation Mumonrl's famous United States every; man who wore the blue with."Didn't .
dlaMBjfct about that time and attended In speaking of the ceremony connected two things was probnble. Either she son. They pass the winter In some of tao fact that tbe blowing out of Stonewall Jackson give you
senator there is scant mention of
, tin<< ittft4I occasions so she did not needhed'IAwels. with "crossing the line" when Father hud been recalled by; her uncle to bo warm cranny and when the spring fuses Is nothing to excite alarm. Ben- blazes at Cblckamauga OeeeraiBut-
ton's
colleague from Missouri
: Bertha was In an agony Neptune presides over the Initiation of punished for revealing state secrets or arrives each comes forth from Its hiding To be startled-to "Jump" as the The In DavidBarton. ler called the exultant Confederate before
she had manufactured the to only place which his
test
of suspense\ for the thirty days; then the men who have never crossed the news place and seeks a suitable place saying la-when this happens Is the hint aud told him he could either
'one'iday/ Maximilian came to see her equator said:' him. As .time passed and he heard for the nest that Is tp be. This found privilege of all except the professional name occurs Is where Senator Benton take the oath of allegiance or to
gives the roll call of the go
nothing of German to In- senate anlDnrtoll's
Vbeatbey! 'were alone he unrolled ajupree.i'aed "I Introduction preparation the queen repairs to a fence or tree
; got my to old Neptune electricians. The latter are bound by Ship Island for two years; The Con
of
ado France he made his mind that name course Is therolncootalnel.
there were the gems.f while I was In the merchant sere t up trunk and with her Jaw rasps o ffa professional pride to show perfect Impassibility federate deliberated but anally agraed
1.'<".', >t t1j>U"-she was wild to know how ice. I got my lather and shave and tbe latter hypothesis was correct. In bundle of wood fiber which when even when the sudden flash/ l Barton. by Benton undertook him to punish to take the oath. When h.4kad sworn

hei had.recovered them, and to her as- ducking thirty years ago and helped either case Ills mental Buffering1 wero moistened with saliva and kneaded singes their fingers, and It Is delightful relegate the lust Ignoring United and thus to support the constitution he turnedto Y
States
tonJ hJH nt he told her that they; were Initiate many; seafaring men and landsmen almost unendurable, loving desperately forms the paperllke substance of which to see how many of them have attained senator General Butler and ,, exclaimed
as be did the girl whose confidence from Missouri to oblivion. Bartou
;fUPt, ::'tafl. original gems but others he since then. With hot tar bandy the nest Is entirely constructed. to this command of their bad "Now we are both loyal clUsena. ain't
lie brought about Bonton's
lied vlolntcd. election
to
? hud manufactured. I will try and ex- Neptune's crew often took liberties Just as bees have Invented a peculiar nerves. To Jump Is one thing, however, we, general
Npluliil.toXyou! how he did It He hadnottjL'eJlhat 'which would not be allowed on boarda Then came an offer from a Paris paper nest building material In wax so while 4o fall Into a senseless paulc Is tho senate. Ilurton was first named by "Well I "
trust so, said General Bnt-
..
the
,', for him to act as Its Berlin correspondent. legislature and there was a long i
that substance call- have
funny man-of-war. The skipper used to wasps prepared a special durable quite another.To '
fed radium Imparted to the little glass look on from aloft but be was blind asa A. burning desire to see paper for the sumo purpose. The queen bmw out Is tbe duty and destiny contention an to the second senator- ler."Then," said the Jubilant Confederate

, *, be used a beautiful blue. This ..,.bat to things that he did not wish to :Marie you Ullcnstela onco more even mother lays the foundations of the of fuses and when they; have done It ship.Benton Finally Barton's friendship for "I want to ask you If Stonewall
though she spurned him decided him. brought about Beuton'a
; led him to a new experiment. took city with her She attaches elec-
'I see, and the men knew enough to makeno own jaws such danger as there was Is all over. Jackson didn't
and bo wont to Berlin. It not tion. Later the two give us blaMS at Chick.amaugaArgonaut -
was long quarreled be
crystals of different hues a sort of stalk of wood over
y.crUln put complaint I know that I was mad paper to a Nothing worse than delay can follow
tlle4 away; In the dark and when aft.es clear through at what I got but I contented before be met her In company. To his chosen support This may be the unless the passengers proceed to make appointment of mi Indian agent In the
' S Several weeks, he looked: at them, surprise alit lmlilwl tn him flint amlledlie' branch of tree, root III far west and drifted further and further
a a
myself with taking It out of the ; ; --tbt-8hl"i: a cavity wild rushes for which there Is no need Miss Garllnghorn know I'll
whatdo you think Why the whiteeyystalsr next man." action convinced him ; below grouuil or u Lipiitu .In a garden whatever. Travelers should these apart. Finally the relations between look
had become yellow topazes, manufactured tho news she had given shed The uttilk prepared the queen keep tile two senators became such like a fright with my; hair don. up this
facts In
tj him and finding hint unworthy had carefully mlnd.-New York that they scarcely spoke to one another way. Photographer think how
the;blue\ crystals green emeralds, while Not Up Dete. builds a few shallow culls In each of Times
tbd violet crystals bad turned Into blue The evidence had shown that the become Indifferent to him. Eager'to)' which she lays an "1:1:. As these mature when they met.-Kansas City much worse Miss Vlardygrass would
eatipblrea. He had made the discovery; brick which a careless workman had learn the truth he took the first oppor- batch and develop Into worker "Did she give you any encouragement Star. look with her hair In that style.; That I
then!' has since led to the manufacture dropped from a scaffolding twenty tunity to Join bar wasps the labor of the little colony ls. ?" "Well, she said she thought 'will do. Thanks I think: we hare I

,ofjvhnt used to be called precious feet above the surface of tbe ground "Well" ho said "you saw that I regarded turned over to them mid thus a vast\, bright girls ought! to marry simpleminded Chamberlain I I *s Colic DmrlW' Cholcr. Remetiy.NmorfalU. and' I managed to catch ;your very best-expression I,

.tooe'.:'; To reproduce the gems shown had fallen on a man's shoulder and my duty Instead of my love." nest with thousands of cells Is evolved.Cblcall'o men.. -Houston Post < '' Buy It DO" It may save life. madam.-Exchange.: ...
ttt ,,tle photographs be had crystals cut broken a bone but the Jury decided "Don't let us talk of that" she re Tribune.A t

IJM'th' originals,' then exposed them that the victim bad no cause of action. plied. "Your act did no barm." -- ---
U* Influence of radium. "No" ho said Rloouitly.; -"There Is Curious Cod.i.
thq The falling of the brick had Cipher
no necessary -
wasn't a week after this that one no harm In manufactured news." Prisoners confined In different "",--1'"" .,#II.JJII" .J1III". ,# .......... ""' .. .
pit connection with the nccWent{ partsof -- --- II'e.. 'S -. .-: &. .
"Tlio news wan not manufactured. "' ." "' ... ;;F.iiI'.iiI"iiI'.iiI' '
offlba multimillionaires of (America ''"Gentlemen,'' said the Judge, "I never Jail often use cipher codes In communicating ;) .
cam to Berlin. At.the same time came heard of such a verdict You utter- You did your duty. Why have yon with ono another. In the i .
'it princeling, a cousin of the emperor. A.Mte ly Ignore the existence of the law otgravltatloo. not written me?" Kansas City Jail some years ago the 'l
*dinner was given the emperor ." "I? Write ;you after having revealed officials came across a hard one. A

ijrefqndlng tbatjt was for the prince- "That law your honor," answeredthe your secret?" fellow named Turner In for forgery Particular PrintingFOR u

ling,. but It was really for the big American foreman of the Jury "Is so old that I "I expected you to reveal" It Indeed, Invented the puzzle. The 'writing was :

backer. The empress called for we decided not to consider It It's obI I I wished I "you to do so. on long narrow strips of paper, on the
Ml her jew"' ... Bertha brought them to solete."-Chicago Tribune. "Why? edge of which were letters and parts FORParticular "
"If I had Intended tbo secret to be if
MtU-And. neither she nor else
any; one of letters that apparently bud no connection .
kept I would not bare Imparted It to
'that bad been manufactured
they The Brightness He Saw. and from which no word
Wny part of It was. that the great A man wbo died recently In the you. Your, duty to your country compolled could be formed. One day- a deputy w

r, who was u collector of all kinds north of England and bad been living you to reveal it" who wee passing the cell of a prisonersaw People.
"You used me as a tool, then." i. a ''j
ere articles medium of- .
through a a dishonest life under the cloak of religion him passing a long strip of paper
the empress five t'mes the cost of wishing to pose as a good man "Yes. around an octagon lead pencil. He
',wels.. She toll them to him and to the last said to those around him: "And your consent of to consider me" n took the paper away, and on It were
suitor was a part your scheme. '
exited them to an American mu- "All Is bright before mel"! the mysterious scrawls that led worried
They; are really; a curiosity "It bud nothing to do with my rte \ /
"Aye, salcV one of those present tbe keepers But the deputy got
;ti he didn't know It, for they were whom of scheme. an Idea from this and back to "
he had swindled out of going
a sum
'''first A flood of Joyous relief welled up Send next order for printing 1ti'
manufactured real us
gems money; "an' In abeat ten minnltstheau'Il tbe office be wrapped the strip around 'ts your
In Do B. "You have given me one
h
now there are millions of them.
be near enoof to see th' blaze! an octagon shaped lend pencil and
confidence, he said. "If not
you are
because they are cheap people
I Manchester Guardian. after several trials adjusted It so that
wear them any more. displeased with me, give me another. the parts of the letters fitted< togetherand and that will
"
awhile Bertha suspected one of l x!>IIIIII. made 4S4S' we assure you you get
POOP Crltt.rl! a sentence though the writ-
''diulds of honor of stealing the lost "I have at times; she replied "been
"I bear that husband Is critically Ing was very; fine. The writer had
;your
a and The returned girl finally them.confessed This was to 111. Mrs. Till?" .said Mr. dummey. diplomatic Intrusted by;vianeuvers.my uncle lIe with bad delicate been adopted tbe simple but Ingenious plan !h the best service obtainable. We II.
of tbe
covering with and
the manufactured ones had "Yes he Is. H criticises the doctor long worried by; the war party; whowere : pencil paper
gone and he criticises the nurse, and be crit determined to destroy France had then written along one of the flat
icrlca. Bertha consulted with Ideas me. Oh, he's critically III, allright" the civilized world. sides. On unrolling It the writing 'was I
thus
illlan as to what they should do. antagonizing take a special pride in all our work ?
aid their return would make aill -Judge. Finally they carried the day and war as mystical as a cryptogram but when .R
put around the pencil as It was originally
-
scandal and might create a was decided on. My uncle commissioned I.' '
Poor SoldUr. to to France and let out It could be easily understood 4
me go
_
reeling between Germany and
/ whether it be small I order.
.Bill-It Is said that Alexander the large
lea, so they said nothing about the secret, especially for England expecting a or
but burled them." Great-whon on a campaign ate the rations that power 'would Interfere. 1 Talked to the Wrong Man.

what became of Maximilian of a common soldier. JillAnddid chose you as my medium. As soon as One day an important looking gen

ertha?" asked the child. the poor soldier get nothing tho news was published la England tleman took a seat beside a quiet man I Would like to prove it to you.

>y are now the Count and CountBlnmenuteln. Yonkers Statesman. word was communicated by the British In an Arkansas railway carriage and i ,
." minister here that If we attacked began a conversation. I

y'. that's papa and yon.! Enooursg.ment. France we must also attack England. "I'm going up to Little Rock," he 4S4S I Latest Type Styles. Lowest Pices.
my child. Never speak of It J'ack-I am afraid that If I ask: you That settled the matter" said "to got a pardon for a convicted

y one. I have been very Incau- to be my wife you will treat my proposal later the betrothal of M. de B. and I thief. rm not personally; acquainted \vm i
to toll you the story." as a Joke. Molly-But all Jokesare Marie von TJHensteln was announced. with the governor but be can't afford
ELEJTEOR onE Os.t not rejected. Jack. WINSLOW JENKINS. to refuse me." /
"Is the fellow guilty?" asked the !
EVEN FHOM Tam MOVlfTAI1f1l Th. phi man.

AppropriateMonument Man (titter several Dullard's Snow, Liniment Is praised for A dignified elderly gentleman riding "Of course he Is. But that makes no News Job Department ear
live eqg.stlonl-Uow) would slm- the !good U does A sure ours for Bheu- on a train was annoyed by; a boy sit difference. His friends bave freed to
pone borne" doT Mrs. Newweeda madam and all pains. Wright W. Lov ting across the aisle The boy had Just give me $500 If I got him out and the
ing. Grand Junction, Colo., writes, : "I finished his breakfast and was amusing thermometer Is very low when I can't
always tees that the would last be place all right be aver It used Bollard's Scow Liniment lust, win himself by; laughing at the old put air a good talk. Where are you t R Russell & Vickers Props. I
bt of ter for Rheumatism and oan recommend gentleman. Presently; the latter lean- traveling
colnl'-Ptlck.
It' ae the beet Liniment on the ed over and said to the boy's mother: "Going to Little lloek""Do Palatka Florida
market. I thought, at the tlm I wan "Madam that child should be spank ;yon Hv. there?" i.. ,
WIJOftI"1I Her Atentl tanon down with this trouble hat It e
11 wife ray"never pars any attention to about would, but be a on week applying before your I ami Liniment' Id get "1 know It," said she, "but I: don'tbelieve "Perhaps yon might be of some eo"oIce /,\ g;

S does sometimes. sev"ral tlmmi during the night., I was la. spanking' a child on a full to me. What business arc you In?" .!,1
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and well In three stomach. "I am the He- L. .e.CLL L.4.L.Iff1!:
aboim In 48 houra governor.-Pt Louis .. ; :! :
ow do you manage It1"' "Neither .. ... ..... talk days Sold by Aokerman-Btewart Drug do V said he. "Turn him public. ," .iiI'.iiI'.iiI'.iiI' ... ,
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.: "., for your I' --- -"-- --. - -- _' ____ _h__._________ 'Nof Operaf.ion LOCAL. TIMfl CARD No. 74.. ',(:CdRRECTEtf ri>E& H1ARV S. hot

:' ( J Weather lleport. I' Mr:s. Mary "Hootl Miller and, Master N 99 No. 33 No. : S1'ATIONSr:, lla te.7.4'1'

: 5' M.. .. Mln' George Miller wer$' passengers foJacksoiiVllln Dati,.. Daily Dally .. ... a y .."
,. : for lor OoOTam oo) kin v........... .. .. .. r pm 4 P'" ..
prrng't Oi' ceniolly! tornnnraturo for the week ond- on th*' Crescent l sl : writes ,. Tioo pnv 11 00 am :warn, ......:...act; iugu.nllniTacpti ".".'" ",, ; U: ::40 pm 11'::
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Basham :
Mrs. Va ; 1)10 pm .
Inc Malinda of Knit
i iruiiruury.Piiliruury ulat a.I m., tells a m. Up. m M hn 91 lira Monday, at'which place Gfeorge "W-lll- Akers, 1010 pm 11 o am115pm 28 am L::::::: Howl IQ\on'i:: :)::.: $.:; ......... &::: Ill...

u efttnr, lay. us p. ec. M' 7, ol entor the DeBoto Hospital for treatment "I had what doctor?''call 'prolapse/ and couldn'kstand 11(3 19 02 ptn am 195 pm 'am' ....,..,....V'riJi.ytona.....,........-tv e'" ::66 pm 'j'ii'i
Garden : 10. ; ... ..
t Seed 17. Simdu.Munilny' ... 411 44 % aims m 47K 69 li 00. to 40 of hIs eye. For nearly a month straight. I had pain In my back andj 1114 .amla 145 ptn: 117amI200O nu t : :..:::::.SijrBmyrn*:..:,v.::.;: 1 110 pm I P:: m'"
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'lun.ilBy. 1 M .mU7&m& Ly. 110'
19. Wellnaod"y.. 4Htt ei I* BO MX 11 07 W 411 oil Master Oeprge has been confined ton. shoulders, and was 'very Irregular and profuse" Uaa:: 8U {00 pmI ptn L..... ..."...".R<>clll..fi.. [:<.............. 1997 pm let Pili 140:.
pm"eora .
: I'I' New Stock !21 SO 'WrIday------'I'hur.ilay. m W a 47)i j) 40M"47 I\lIi\ MK at dark room on acubunt of It oo'Id Doctors said an operation was needed, but ,1 I, .._...... ...... .......... 947 supra pm Lv::::; :....:.:.MelbOurne: :::.: -:-::r.; SM :mlooo.m m ::;::::: :......,.:
which had ..... .frortlleroo........ ... ..
settled In one of his eyes "" M) .... use P...
D. WILLIAMS Obeolver.a couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak-. iaam; 4 pin ........Wont Pa!m llo.ou. .. 140 .m U Has Just 11 and he has been a great sufferer 7 main 2(5 pin 860 pin Ar.J/.U).)I'liluolana.......... v. 7M4W am 1117....
-. ---- --- Ing three bottles of'Cardui I could walk 7 20 am pmg 700 I'''' .., ...,. ...JJre..I.N: I 116... ,
? ,.' t ."" "" "" ..........."" "" "" His condition now show Improve. of.Wipe ; 7 Bit am1015am 11 ptn 710l'a Iy..... ..Miami..... ......,.,tv kin 716.usa'lII", s..e:

Arrived.Fine ment. if around. Can.now'do my housework and am irt .10...:J5...pin.... '1010pm a 80 am LY... .. .........ll1..ml..A.! IN pmUMiun .......,.. SOOpUOO.m lOOP:
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: 3;. 1 $ a $ The Japanese Musicale. splendid health. .'.' 11 400 40 pm am ::::::.::: ......am. ... Ar,.. ....KntRlU'e 2)sUve5yt Key J flundar Dock, ?.. ..Lv. :",''' ..... .......... I UOp.OO....

'. ."" "" "" "" The following report of the Japan- Cardui Is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence,; PALATKA BRANCH -

7 ,c ( Stationery and Toilet = Leap year diviiOM at V. I. A, hall ese Musicale at V. I. A. Hall on especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It* -I.eav EAST PALATKA 'ArrlvaPalalka. -. ....v.,. ;. PALATKA iTT"jr.: ..

. Articles. outiftit.. GOod inu.lu. 1'uesdny night of last week Is taked relieves I excessive periodical pains, 'regulates:; pmZ: TO PALATKA Pklalka EA.T"".. p

Mrs. Chun. S. Uowen entertained from the Crescent City correspondence irregularities and is a. .' 'BSD auloiOnn ........No. 46 Daily........ B40 am ,0411 am ....,,.. o.,47 1>.11'.,.." ij-
he Blinkespoare cliiHa last Wednesday to ........No, 48 Dally..._,.. 9 10 ala. 000 am .. .".,..It. at. Dall'..... um,..
= Monday's Jacksonville- Times- safe, pleasant and reliable TREE: ADVICE t 085 amlauo .. ... M Dully......., B M" ain ILl am ..........1'10. iii D.llr......" nlO..
l uftcnioon. Union: :.......So. 09 Dully......, IDA pm 800 1''' .,..,....Na 6 1).11'....,:: IM: ) ..
Lound's I I for all Wrlls u. .I MM' dwcrlbtair: ill o. pm ..l4.. M I Dally..... 4 SB pm 446 pm ,.....,,24o Daily........ .
Drug Store A little eon was born to Mr. and Ono,of (,ho'most brilliant and- elab'-) remedy your. lymplonu, nd we, will Mii J Mrs Ernest Prior of Jacksonville oa.fuday orate entertainments given by the sick- women. In successful -' Free. Advice'Uil,In.pl rAJvlK ln ..0'04,y'U.p envelope.Aililrwel .rttn. ..nl. 10 I' ]I'mm .... ..Nifc \W Dally.._.... IOn pm 0*" pin ,,'.,.,,No 9lSLlb .. .. II'

'1 Crescent City Fla. i Village Improvement Assaoiatlon for Th.Ch..M.dlcln.Co..Ch.-. SAN MATEO BRANCH
t of lust we..k.Mrs. use over 70 .
took the form, on Tuesday, the IBih' noof*. Tenit. '
Liave
of It. c I Leave EAST.PAE.ATKA Arrive4oo j 8Alf: MATEO TO Aritv,
l'r A. Ii. Torrey and Miss Alice a Japanese musicale, where those years. Try
-.nullllm1lll Caet CAN MATEO ::., rM:' EAST PALATKA :
illlmqlllul"lIInIJI.'u'lilllrn' II1JllIIJU!!! L'orrey of Atlleboro are spending a who looked listened and were Palatka480am I TO I .? :. p ;

few days: at I) I nud. charmed, could well have tbougbj) At Every Drag Store in $1.00 Bottles. ; :...."No.. 41 Daily-------._ nn84B : 4 55 am ; m !>all,......." IIBUMo -
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; flowery kingdom. Nat* iir '" .No
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', : C&r. CC Miss Graham, a charming young The IIt"ge and its settings were Very lint. pm:: :::::: No 6V Dell.1t2: pm 1180 pm : :: : :

r.g lady from South Cal'olluIIs the beautiful. Bamboo and the cherry 81 No. 21 Do.) 1 'No;II: MAVPORT I '211.... IS Mo. au "So.a
(plum) blossoms were most artistically .WINEOF Bun.Only. Bun.Only. SunOnlr
rltll BRANCH .
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: guest of Miss Math Is. used. I In decorating. with the Dallypm B.llyla -S-L'
; ; B| When you come | Japanese lanterns umbrellas usual UAflDUi"( 200pm940pm 1010kmlOAOam 000 800am iv....Jsek.onvllie..ATI: am "I' ii
f I | The C. H. ,
s :i J'rcston company calls '40.bm 840 am Ir ..,.labl lIe.ob."Lv Semam 1oIIllp.. SSB::
attention of Indies to an attractive HcreensanJ fans Across the entire 940 pm I 10 69 am" els pm 84 .raoooam Iy_. 411.nd.Ua..h..l.i 544 am Ills! :pm 411 C

-I3 to town be sure fji hue of white goods; In Ibis Issuo. lecilo front of footlights the stage just was In an front exceedlngy of the h . . BOO fim 11 loam 71'Oin;; Ar.-.- .. Cl..ypO--Ly4am! I non'o 4'' .

sniriw No.,3linily No. 1 ,.F! 1o4" '! Ian ford BrantkLTTIturttiltlr
Orange CltjrBranc : :' : 't'iit
r. Miss Florence Newbold left on pretty uraiigement of the crterry -gntaaaa ___ Dully';'' l I J'l!

!! arid call at the ; Monday for n visit with her sister lossonm Those taking part in the BIB pm I II 80 kmliouum Lv. New Smyrna Ar 100 pm fl 8S pm U ISo... tQOp
Sl piogram were clad la Japanese garb.A 4 ((10 pm iv! Lake VoleS Lt 1919 pm eel pm R t 80am *r. Banlora LvConnections I.oo,

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-.tt ; r iK Crescent City tin Hawkee eye specialist will\ be at I HMjplu of the place.composed At the of the close best of made at ulaml. with .teaaieblp.of em.. I'. >.d W. .. .. Comp.n'j.'Slon ; ;:';

!1i1II '- 1In an' jOuudH drug store on March 16th he program candy and Ice crellmwel'II In many"days we have not shown so nice a ""?.*"."" '!..iili_.%lrect ma
and 17tht to Lit rluBsesifor those who [ l.ir
( served by pretty Jap gills and ||[
tin line of WHITE' GOODS one a J-Theee. TIME TABLKS .how the Hol.e nt whlcli tr..lae may b,.z.eeted ,f
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pMarket. gem lo
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onno need them. inclng: ] followed The every
following ...
rise end ,lr|>nrt from the s..rei' tatlonm but their "' .l.rdep.rttrre..s'ma., ....
'* : Ilou. John S. Beard of PenuucoU, program"KRrILm.was." given by oh6rus: Mesdamcs'ooie at the price.: It will be more than a. pleasureto fl or.t..ted.. nT. l!.!!no->:Kimr. .nt.ort, nor'b dues.r..rro"he'Coinpknj.; bold Itself _.-bt. rep say.".*

T : A Nice Clean candidate for United States Senate, Hale, 'Wllilams. Benham show them and we will appreciate the op for 4 th<* ocAl Tin e ('Br II pent Tuesday afternoon and night Hitch), Misses Leonard Hawkins WKn IHJH TTOKJ-JT: S3NT,"
R'" here, a Ruest at Crescent Inn. LJcLaulChlin.IeRln\ Brewster and portunity. F J.b RAHNER Assistant Oen.ral Pass. Agt., $T. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

i Stock and Prices S3 O. Chamberlln. -- -- ---- ----------........ .-.- .........----
[:I IIi J.lrs. J. L. Burton .returned home 2. "Jewel of Asia" trio Mrs. -.::.

:) niwUID nst Saturday from Binldentown Foote of Chicago, Hi.; Mr. and Mrs.. The C. H. Preston Co.CreKidCaityaaaxxxifTiutxxiarxxsifKsnanx -
ti,; IIUI "I; wbere she has been since last July C. P. Hale of Denver Colo. -
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-: 1:1: Right.yiG.J.Braddockl. 011 a visit to her son. 8. '-tonkin Girl" solo Mrs J.'.C. ; \ \ \ \ V
tr \. : (QUS Williams. ar : ,
;->0. IIr Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Clemens of 4. "I Would Like to Marry You." j ii$

( Erie, Pa., arrived at Grove Hall on duet and chorus, Miss Beatrice Hawkins I ?j W. B. MAULL -A. Dol' MAULLCOMMISSION !t.j
Mr. Will Hawkins. -. .. .
: J Friday of last week and expect to 5. "1\1 oon !Song," trio Messrs LAKE COMO Her Hidden Ambition. ; JVAULdL .RD5. ft.j .
remain several weeks.E .' I :
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1II3 ..... lale. Iowan and Preston. There Is au Instance rare In the profession -
H. Forutor of Erie Pa., who has *1. ."III"e Song," solo Mrs. Hale. Mr. nnd Mrs. Green of Wlasted.ponn. of a musician who bad little '
- K1 PIlCllllllaaCDIIIClaClllltll1iJ! :r'3t1rJ'J:; '... pent several seasons here. Is again; 7. 'Because You're You."" Miss :, are guests at the ElIl.hlaudHouse. enthusiasm for her calling. Just as .i MERCHANTS::

_a _ _oo_ _ogaa_ _G _nR_ jfonard and Dr. Henson, with chorus I
Kemble, tbe actress, was by no ?
&.t Grove Hall mid nil his old friends 8. "Yo San," Mrs Foote. Fanny 3 J. Florida Fruits and Produce a'Specialty.
:-' '111111111111111111111Cill1ll1ll1Ci: I:1l11r1gii.tClIllI: ; : :: IilClil'! !: : are pleased over his return. Sklit:: dance, Mll.. Bon Bon. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gable ami'Ron means enamored of the stage and
II r: hl.'htna.lIeart" (Illustrated song), I have returned to their home at "\Macon would have quit It bad not circumstances 203 West Pratt St. 'Bal1lmore 'Md.

i Grove Hall Dr. \V.._ A. Brewster was received MI's. foole,..Illustrated by Mr. 'and Ua.Mr. bound her there. A brilliant ? > U.

.. i as a member of the Prettb> terlnn Mrs. Hale and Mr. Uowen. Roberts, BTtneRt at the Hl hand ;- young violinist a native of Holland *?} Florida Headqffartera CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA. f fe.ill "

e lurch last Sunday morning;, uniting "Ching-a-LIng" chorus. House, Is spending the week at played one day for Edward VII. when vp
Crescent City's popular hotel "Isle of Our JJr/eams," Mrs. Wil- s
by letter fionvanother church. St. Augustine he was the Prince of Wales.
II renovated clean and airy. Is I.: lams. Mr. Preston."Chlng'aLIng "Is there anything you care more for j \ \ \ \ \, \ .
40.aKaln open for the season under 5 Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Barker and ," chorus. Mrs. BAker has returned to her "
than Stradivarius asked the
'III the management of Wm. 0.' ... ll1a. O. Lyon have returned to Drove Intermission. home IIi New York. your --- ---------- ,
CJ Norton.In L: "Lotus San," firs Foote, Mr. and prince expecting of course a negative h
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Hull. They have been spending Mrs. \Vhe Idon and daughter of
a reply. : .
the in Ids t of the best orange Mrs., Hale. the hi
II! several weeks at Daytoifa.The Syracuse N.-Y.'guest. at igh. The young Netherlander colored a little
section of Flori 'Toklo Mrs.
growing L Williams with land House, left for St. Augustine !
III da. Fine boating fishing and LI V. I. A. netted $66 from the chorus. Mesdames Hale Fonts then will return to their home at "Tbe violin Is not an absorbing McCORMICK 'HUBBS & CO.

U bird shooting. Beautiful views ::5 apaneso musicals and this will hitch, Misses Leonard, Hawkins Syracuse. paislon with me. your highness" she' ,
Crescent Lake from hotel McLaughlin.
IOi replied.
III .verandas. Bandy to steamboat LI euable the association to furnish the Jig (bones), Mr. C. P. Hale A party of friends surprised Mrs. "Ah! Perhaps you have a loaning to Coxntnlsslozl" 'M Jtchants.!
III landing. Board by week ::J stage properly. A' curtain has already "Little Brown Man" Mrs. Hale Tom Carson on her birthday, recent- another branch of art?" snggested tl e
and month at reasonable rates. LI been hung for the stage. Chorus Mesdames Foote Kite I ly. A Jolly evening was spent, and
II' Caters to Northern Tourists. "l Williams Misses Hawkins Leonard delicious refreshments were served prince ] Tomatoes Pine
B Write tor terms. Mr. and His H. F. Huclbut and McLaughlln. consisting of sandwiches coffee and "Indeed I have not!" tbe violinist Apples

Mills Holablrd, who have been at Wing Lee's Hag Time Clock" cake.A said Iu a burst of coulldence "lint, ,
Wjn C. NORTON Grove Hall since Christmas left last ilr. Dowen, with chorus. large party surprised. Mr. and your' highness I Just love to cook >'I and Early I OrangesVegetables
Accompanists were Mrs. Goweil really believe I should make an excellent '-
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Saturday for Winter Park whel'sthey Mr* Claude Monjnr on Thursday
fi Crescent City Fla. fj: will remain for the balance of Mr. Carrier aat. A moat delightful evening was chef If I bad the opportunity to :,Grape Fruit
II (,j Many of the numbers were embelIshcd '
in music eta., after practice. -:New York Tribune
GIII DCDIICI!: !: !;iali!: CJCJCJ iI: tbe winter season. .. with dances and. graceful po- spent which refreshments frames of cake and fruit -

The entertainment given by the ing. The entertainment reflected punch were served. "Does your little brother know how 279 Washington 'Wow York
Duel) credit upon Mrs. C. S. Uowen, to milk, .1.Loller'"
""""" musician club on Tuesday night ole committee la charge of this en- Tbe gentlemen of Como and Po- "Yrth Ho Lnontli it'll;
bowVe
oured' it big success. The program ertainment.' Mrs. H. K. Wald and nona turned out last week to clean
M, H, READ sLow rl him but lie rnn'l ,I.. It yet"
and the .
Mrs. K. Hoi-son were a committee In up Improve cemetery. They -- -- -
was all and more than was promised -- ---- -- -
charge of the loe cream. "1rs. W did very effective work.
I : REAL ESTATE. 1'h... young ladles composing the D. Ben ham of the candy. Over $00'
: Rev. R W. Care of Crescent City
club of credit. Atlantic Goast Line"R. R.
are deserving great
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A.IIS netted for the association and a I preached in the Baptist church !Hun-:: Thousands Have Kidney .
Crescent City, Fla. Miss Jessie Burton has been quite brilliant social function given the day afternoon.

r| ; | III for the past two weeks with la lubllo. Trouble and Never Suspect it Goes Everywhere

The Howe property-"Cres grippe; but at last reports wns 1mnovlng. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts Prevalencr of Kldner Dleeaee. ,

cent Hill"-Is now on the mar MIstS Burton was at the POMONA NEWS or burns without a soar. Cures piles, Most people do not realize the alarmIng -. '

ket. lead of the young Indies who were eczema: ointment.salt rheum.Your allY druggist Itching.Uoan'a [ Increase and remarkable prevalcncy North I'South East,:and West..Consult .
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Partloular attention given to preparing for the leap year ball an- Miss Ethel L. Smith has returned sells it. kidney disease.dis.

Crescent City property listed nounoed for tonight, and It U Just from a visit to her bcpther A. W. kidney are the "
Smith:: at 'I'ltU8V lIIe. the "Purple .
: with me. possible that event may be postponed common
.. owing to her lllncsu-the News Mrs. Frank Hewle was shopping. A "Fin. Old Wem.n." ... that pre
ft e f'M' could not learn.K. In Palatka Monday. During tbe evening a gentleman .01 they are

,lw 001. 'V. H Ellis and friend of Cuba came to Mrs Slddona and said, "Mad the last For detailed information, rates, schedules and reserve
:: Borseu has puichased a large City, Win, are camping for a month am 1 beg your l pnrdon for nSklng so by
,SpSt:1.CSr:: : :
automobile of the touring car varle- rude a question but In of and phy tions
ill Col. Ellis' little -cottage at the consequence vho see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on
to arrive this head of Lake allow to ask eon-
ty which was expected Broward. n wager mo your age.

i k"X.t Dentist.-:: Co' week. This will be the first autonio- Calvin Webb was quite painfully Sbttr" replied "Seventy-eight: years doctoring th', ffTictt lent, while tfttmnlcetvith the orig FRANK C. BOYLSTON T. P. A.', Jacksonville,
:
: a bile owned by a citizen: of Putuam\ hurt last week in a horse and wagon old. inal disease undermines the system
\ .tde.....on Prospect Street. county. The condition of our roads runaway and has been confined to 'tiling It." said he, "I have lost." What To Do. ': ;
Florida the house for seveial days His And be abruptly went away. There is comfort in the knowledge so A. W.. FRITOT
for this lack
It responsible seeming many friends .hope to see him out Mil Slddons.1 Immediately sold,',"Pup often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot ,
of progresslveness on the part of our the kidney
.. again goon.Rev. py!" great remedy, Division
\fi fulfills wish in PassengerAgentJaokaonille Florida.
-- al. Johns River by Daylight. rich citizens. "Teiy ," I every curing rheumatism ,
truo "but
-and Mrs. W. H. Wo dwell, observed why
in back
The Sale and Supper given by the lev.[ and Miss Butler who are their 1M, you tell him you were so old?" and pain every the part of, kidneysliver the urinary. ,passage.It bladder. or F. A. YARBOROUGH, Ticket Agent," Atlantic COAStLine

&The Beach & Miller Line Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian guests and Mrs. E. Erwin and Miss Sbo replied "Whenever a lady of'an corrects inability to hold water

church at V. I. A. Hall last Emma Welch were pleasant visitors unccitulu) ago us It Is termed. Is asked and scalding pain in passing it, or bad Pulatka, Fla.

> "' 2 Steamer CnESCI NT. Friday night was a success both so- last who spent the day In Crescent City. how old she Is she bad better add ten effects following use of liquor, wine or

... ally and financIally The ladles Friday. or more yean. to her ago for then theinquirer beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity -
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a The Information Society held its of being compelled to go often ---- --
gOOK iivvny saying, 'What a .
. :t IAaMJ..IODyllleODTuead.y..Tbur.elIlJ.. cleared abcut t30 and are well meeting this week at the residence flue old womnu1"! -"Journals of Sir during the day and to get up many Tha Pint fI.P-O:,. Haw Creek' Lands of G. W
k with their effort as were all times the night. Time mild and
pleased of Mrs. Addle Hendrick. during/{
*end Saturdays at S:SO a. m. for Green Cove (3iM Smart"Foresight The modern I
I I, >r/ e the extraorthnaryeflect of Swamp.Root reporter hark back: to Deen Rapidly.
attended. The ladles desire Selling
i : .- -Palatll&. Crescent City and principal Wuy who E. L. Eames has decided togo; to is soon realized. It stands the highest bu: reign of queen Anne and to the

V1 bandingsV through the News to express their Asliton, Flu, for a few months, and and D.II..t..n.In for its wonderful cures of the most distressing luknown scribe who attempted to 1811 Those wishing to purchase truo)
; _BatnrolntT.KavesCreaoentolty on Wednriidare thanks to a generous public. Mrs Eames expects to Join him this cases If you need a medicineyou tho public tlio secrete 'of bet farming lands will do well to sos Ih<
at 7 a. m.a' week. Samuel: Durst has purchased ChlunKO. Is a noinanbo coin- parlia.nlemit. Deea K Co., <01'
and Monday : '
: .trldajrs should have the best. Sold Ho had alty AJniprovement
by druggists hard
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Preston char > a time ofit
Linen for
tlie functions
Jaoksonvlll wharf foolol Lanm StreetTelephone Ills two horses and will occupy Mr. of caterer and In fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes p"rlhllneut'wlHbed' on. of their agents who are loost <
, v- "i IS tered the Wilson launch Margaretlast Raines' hous In their absence. We tiuncu inoillum, ,e'v; lug/ her customers You may have a sample bottle and a to keep Its secrets A. f allows r H. A. Ford, Pslatk
10 (Itself.
I *of Lemon e'.r...tW Friday night and took a party regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Eamea with wrrttHunient 'psjiblcnl or pbysIcnl book that tells all in 1728: an order was passed 10'1",.; Capt. John FlRue or NT. C. Notj''
-pIstkawbarf, nio from among us. but trust this absence about thnt It I Is an Indignity to and a breach ton. Crescent Fla. Mr. )
of friends to Palatkn to attend the according to their nlsbus. ,both sent free ,:: City, ;
Domino party at that place. Those will not be permanent.Mr. Either she or the sign painter whom by mail. Address Dr. H .",..' or the privilege of this house for any White or J, B. Johnston, Espanoln

\ E.T. CLARK,' 'Traffic, Manager, who went, besides Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. E. Cook and she employed must bo a humorist, for Kilmer & Co., lIing"I" person ti> presume to give.In1'written Fla.? Meseri. Hopkins A Co., tit. Au
1 fr Mrs. W. M. Miller of Crescent City her sign reads thus: hainton, N.Y. When B..oo'.....,.._ or prlnticl iien-xpapers say adoonat or KQStine.FIa.
Jacksonville Fla. Preston were Mesdauies llltcll and writing mention this and don't minute of Arrangement have also been mad
? were guests of friends In town Mon "Aleda me Blank taterer. and trance paper the debate or proceedings
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Williams thn MUses Hawkins day. make any mistake but remember the that upon discovery of with Capt"Johu-Pigue of Cresoeu
medium. Groceries and the
Math Is and Graham and Messrs Previsions, name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and iulntors or authors City. to take anyone across the let>
The weeklv afternoon social was the address, Binghsmton N. Y. publishers of any such t:o Omega on his launch, wbo "'
A. TORREY. Lloyd Preston, Henry Hutchlnson, held at Mrs. J. W. Edmonds. Thursday n\-siiiiper9* this house will proceed WAOIlttK to, buy farm' lands. M

,v Undertaker>> and Embalmer. jr., and Fred Lasier. The party returned afternoon. A pleasant_ party of uitulust the offenders with the utmost Mack Davis'at Omega is ainlUr wi'i
pit -: the same night. ladles gathered and Mrs. Edmonds "celerity During the famous1 Wilkes tbajsncnmJ, will show the parllo

.wt 'r yullllne of Casket and Coffins As a result of the special nfivlcei proved. Mrs.herself P. L.to be Smith a charming will entertain hostess -. Tonsilitis cue la IT72 the reporters won the viI:>! tbe OltTeroiit tracts Mr. Guy also Whlor waion
tory whIch Mr. J. B. Johnston will
church which closed they have since held with
at the Baptist the ladles this week.
c TelepboCebUBOENT out dispute. parties atoE.panola.WitH I
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C1Tiesceat FLOBIDA last Thurseay night the 2Utr, three : Rev. Mr Butler of Sunderland is swelling and inflammation of 1 : : American. tn. proposed lmproveni>n>'

'. :. A young people united with the church Mass., preached In the Congregational drainage, good roads, etc., that'
and were baptised In lake Stella on church Sunday: for Rev W. H. the glands! the side of the throat. e Tsrrspln; In London proposed .these lands will rapid'

..:>'. City Transfer Co., Thursday. They were Elsie Padg Woodwell,'and all enjoyed his fine A smart American, one of tbe fresh enhance value.Kow '
sermon. kind, drifted Into the Hotel ; Is the time to tuy. Don
Cecil
Kendall and .ClarenceCouitrlght. In
ett Hallie SIOaI\s! '
; UeeU all trains at Ore orot City JunCo On Hundiiy morning, Mrs. J. R.. Morrison Is sick with London with a party of the and ordered wait until you have.to pay (iOU o p<
with! acre. Purchase now while you
'. tlon. Night trains by: appointment March 8th others ar.-to be baptlsec Ugrlppo. -_ Americans. ,pomposity a la dos arrogant !get It at 110 per acre.
Lil\il1\.eI\t a la Paris
B. M. A.BBEE. Manager In the lake at the head of Cypress : want ilx portions : "Say. waiter I This.land will not only' groW rtatoes
af A of steel
Thackeray Slip. Maryland terrapins .l1ga.rcan_; cabbage
avenue. Thackeray asked Lowell to'point out used as a gargle! and applied fo' anI want .',m. servsd with the berries..and other truck vogetsbi4but :
At a meeting of the young people tones, Do and I'tuce
candidly any error of Queen I Anne you understand la three wilt grow a. good celery
.7ns. B. HARRIS, In the Presbyterian church last Sunday English in tbe novel "Henry Esmond." the outside of the throct -reduces r four mlnl1Ws the .waiter reported, as any lands inJHoridaot *doe.;
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afternoon the local Christian Lowell Dsltsd If people used st that the swelling and gives instant relief. Sir we have tbe pleasure to serve tbe ,hammock lands are '"

\ Barber, Endeavor society was reorganisedBoberti : time the phrase "different to." terrapin with grand sherry' but Q.Ot adapted to orange gro'lflnl81"*
tract have been sold and If you
,r CRESCENT' CITY. Hutchinson was elected pres "Hung it Jill" cried Thackeray. "No. Tor Croup, Quincy 'Sore'Throat. chief with i the did "0116*." "Wh" In the m.. to purchase at present price I it J

Ideut and MUs Grace C\lshJ vice of course they didn't" Bronchitis yon d9 with the Asthma Pain "Tbe'bOl1e.
<1'A clean shop and a eleanr satlsfao- president. Webb Chnmbrrlln 1 I. Dozer rUT OFF. ; Chester Wish." .J I wm asll: the cook It ye,,

...i tory Shave and Hair Oat guaran tr. the new secretary, C Oliver Cham until tomorrow wbat you can do today.If '. Lungs this liniment i is unsurpassSloans ) sores en-Never brochette.-New mind w. wilt h.vol HAND KOTH fPAW
teed. Try me. York I
' berlin, corrssp9ndlng secretary and you are Buffering! from a torpid liver Liniment 1 is indispensably Press;

'4- Miss Hallle Deaton, organist. The or constipation don't wait until tomorrow dIslaIOteflh'
NOTICE. *... to get help. when travelling because it is _-c ntidur' ourpeUt or In the Snide' of nii"> ,
the .
organization was perfected by fcnnHhtta&Co. olultilim ft drive,away '' *naIaiiTwelve
Buy a bottle of Herblne and get that ;:
peruelraling.warming. soothing .\''''' Inn pnatot. ::
CarrhIY.or
for of committees on Prayer '
selection
We have made arrangements liver working right Promptness about vouwvn.li. w. tospastm5s5...., If uTug1a0'whdE
'e-.torageofpork.hafltm and ..houl.4den,4and Meetings Look Out and a Social/ health saves mnoy sick: -spells. Mrs .healing and anti$ p ic J" ': )mw4.r.rkl" ..lee.l. fl*

i will.rurnlab Information Coinmlttne. The Junior Endeavor lIla Orvsham, Folutr-Tex.'writes: : : "I Price 23,50itl.o6Or OlnrkevlU. InwK.' ....
I .. ebe'preparation of theporlclfdesired. will hereafter meet with Mrs used Brrblne la my family for six: : yoms _ __
ers Eorl S.
Sloan B6sroiy Moss\i'"s
and Had it doess.ll it claims to do." Sod: A

!( 11.fT." r ALa.TZA Iii PATeRT. Norton at Grove Hall. by; Askernen-Btowkit Brag Co. ez.- ;:CbamD rl' l i-g"COuih! .Reine

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1'1'For 3 days Saturday Monday and '. : to this tale, we do it with the foil assurance that your time will be well pout '
p and money laved on your early purohaiei. We have put forth unuiual efforts
Tuesday. Every lady invited. hti. pr '+ to collect together the most representative line of White Goods ever offered
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NEW WHITE GOODS FOR SPRING Once again we are prepared to offer the friends of HANDSOME EMBROIDERIESThe

Our advance showing X in this store a most'complete assortment of White Goods. wonderful* advances. made
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Each season hard to all former efforts in reoeut years in the making ;
e White Qoods;in this sale represents we try eclipse our

m all t the authoritative designs and to say that we have succeeded beyond our most sanguine of this beautiful trimming is .''

h, \ and weaves that will be expectations is something to be proud of. We realize truly remarkable. Could we i

transport to St. Gall, '
the leaders fot spring wear. what is expected of us in these annual events, and you ,
Switzerland the home \
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The tendency la for the sheer ,
r our present showing is certainly-an authoritative one.
for these delicate
[fabrics.. in Persian Laws,Chiffon Organdies, Mercerized

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0 realize how it is to offer,these goods at such
ante, French Lawns, Long Cloths! Checked Nainsooks safe in ,saying we can save you 15 to 25% throughoutour possible

f t and Checked Dimities Ou line compriseB a choice store. We ask little prices. Our SPRING SHOWING comprises, a
r "J respectfully ,your presence on our
;, varied selection made that
by our buyer we promise
[,selection of the above and the prices are surprisingly
i Opening Day to pass judgment on our selections.
J Dow.W yon extra good bargains at this SPECIAL SALE.

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1 I SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' UNDERMUSLINSLADIES'

i r HANDKERCHIEFSThe BEAUTIFUL LACESOur
DAINTY LINGERIEOur
! '( showing in this sale of our Ladies' Handkerchiefs SPRING OFFERING in Laces contains all
selections of uudermuslins are so varied in kind., that
I [ is surprisingly large. Narrow and medium hem 1 they are almost bewildering.; They represent the very choicest the newest designs in English Torchons,Cluny,French

Up designs of the Parisian modiste. They are exact duplicates of
Liuaa Handkerchiefs, embroidered borders, lace bord- Valenciennes, Baby Irish, Point de Venise, eto. The
I imported styles, beautifully i trimmed with fine Valenciennes,
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step f on flpe soft linen lawn. We promise you exceptional i'tr Baby Irish and English Torchon Laces, and Nainsook and prices marked on these are exceptionally low and will t
Hamburg Embroideries. We know we can please the most ti
good values iu this entire line. fastidious and best of all the prices are surprisingly low. ? commend themselves as desirable bargains.

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NEWEST MODEL CORSETSOur

MucH Under PriceNo
new Tpring Corsets are built on the lines of a perfect human

Ladies' Wardrobe is complete without several of these useful garDieqEs. -
P> See See Ouf form. No dress can fit properly or give satisfaction to the wearer,
The advance made in recent years in tha style, fit and finish. of theseIIP'
( Our Display of unless fitted over a good fitting corset. We want you to try these 'S
goods, renders them extremely popular. Our offerings i in this sale are made
? Hand Made Genuine before selecting your new spring dress, and see how comfortable yon
I the most acceptable models and are certainly authoritative for the com- : 4' 'io..._

Battenburg Mexican will feel.
jot; Every different price is a distinct style.. It is almost impossible _

jf jn Our "Leader" is a full boned corset made of Batiste
to. describe, th.i..i.h.N.t' one bat what I is worth 25 per cent more than. Center Pieces Drawn Work

Contil with hose attached. An
the price we have marked them. We unhesitatingly recommend them as the and supporters

bat>i values we ever offered at each Table Linen and NapkinsThe An extra good value for, pair . . . . $1.00 I I

Oar "Special" is made of French Batiate cut and fittedto
c, $1.48 1 $1.98 1 $2.48, $2.98, $3.48 and $4.98
whiteness of our Irish and French Damasksis l
snowy a perfect model at, pair . . . . .,. 1.50 I I'We

the delight of. housekeepers We placed our orders for carry in stock: a completfvUne from 480 to $5.00 each.
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these goods many months ago. They have now all. arrived, American Lady and Warners are guaranteed not to Rust.

it of the Loom Bleaching, per yard . .'. .. '0' ,1 1 Oc
and the many rich Floral designs and Scroll patterns are

mdsdale Bleaching, per pard. . . ., . . 1 I Oc
entrancing in their beauty. In many patterns we can give
Cambric, !. v. . . . ..v..ir.t..r' .loci 1 I .
Remember this Sale Is for three days only, beginning
dsdale Cambric, per yard . . . ,.. .'. 12\ I} & 15e I you the.duplicate design in Napkins in i and } sizes.
Saturday, February apth, and lasting through Tuesday,
ood Soft Bleaching, per yard . . .:'.. . . . JC
March 3. Come early and bring your friends.
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The PalatkaNews ,.S nator: B.ar4'dltlrellc.. : .... WOTk d an Incendiary.A I Mr. Merrill Entertains a Picnic I

The fact that Interest in the state, quick high flash followed by Mr. Qcorge Merrill of tbe post .

campaign hai not reached the bollmil' .."..r..II".er one Just happened to office gave his annual picnic to some Embroideries Hardware
stage was alone responsible a be observed by two or three citizens : of bis friends on Washington's birth Kennerly CoPKAI.KU8

lty. fiappentofls and $ not more general attendance at the) who Were In the neighborhood of tbePresbyterian' day. Seventy-five In all men, women ,
Court
House
meeting laat Monday oburcb l..t Friday and children, 6rossed the river Embroideries I ILadiea
Personal mention.Judfje night to hear Hon. John 8 Beard night coining from within the rear In launches and arrived at Traveler' I IN-
$ State Senator from Eucamblu county : end of the building In which N. J. i Hsst early In the day A larga Ore
.pe.... Tllgbman A Sons office la located. was started and each person sought I have a nmsni! -

i James Mr. Beard Is one of the leading: These eltUeni hastened to give the I amusement ... best suited his or her )cent new lino of Bmhrouler- Hardware, Stoves,
Harvey of Hantlnin candidates for the Halted State Henatevand -, alarm and then out tbe fflre Inclination either laIounglng, milkIng and
put ,
was :
> visitor la all paterm
the
city..7e1terday.Tboe. ha It making an active campaign whtoh"wu gaining rapid headway through) the beautiful hammock, ( tea, pretty

> Rlngbam epent Saturday of the state. on dry timber ana other combustibles. or by participating the numerous /at prices reiisonable ana Farm Implements and
anelSunday with relatives in the The speaker was Introduced bv game that filled the morning. within reach of all. Cheap!

ity. f, Hon. 8. J. Hllburn In a few well- Little damage 11'11 don*, due to the !Suddenly: oneyoungguntleiiiau noticed and Good. The e ore Bint-<
chosen remarks.Mr early dlsoovery and rapid work of that the table WHS laid and a such l ns Garden Tools.
K... L. O. Royoe 1..an. for Or- Beard spoke for an hour and the dlscoveren. Ingle sentence was all that was needed able for all purposes .

lando frlentSe.today to .pen<1 few drs. with held the close attention of hli hear Only the night before the adjoining to cause all to gird themaelve trimming Underwear, SlurtI -

ers from start' to flnlih while ha unfolded building and dock next to the loosely and with right good will perform I waists Dresses, etc. Fine Cutlery. -

A ipeclal musical program has bin scheme for.bringing to tbeIT1"1 I I1 river,containing the Tllghman planIng thoroughly tha duty of a ploulc. Call and make a selectionwhilo

"eo "Tanned by the -choir of St. : : mill wall completely destroyed The dinner was very good, what the fiooda! are new nndI
John ehurob for next Sunday nlnht. ,. entailing a loss of |8OUO on machinery. there waa of It, and plenty such as It from. @ Ag nt* for the cHabnirrdQUver
--1' Less than a month before WHS, but how much we ate Is a secret. I BO many to select (
Martha
Mill Holland who ban Tllghman dry kilns nnd storage When nil were satisfied with the destruction A new line of Ready-Made[
been the tneot of Mri. B F. Adama jiocka together with 17,000 worth ofKhlnglcM they had wrought. Mr T. ShirtwltiRt.-lIealltil' ovoi y I Chilled PJows.
for sereral weeks, hai returned to wnre destroyed, entailing B. Merrill announced thud the foot ;
her borne in Madison Ua.Mn. loss of 10000. lhe two Utter fires raous would begin. > @

Uarrlion Hamm after at vl,,- were not .."en' suspected of being of There were classes for all I. then the one.Miss \\h\\h\\ Buky. 1II Planet Jr. -
created .
lt of lereral month In thli city with Inoniidlnry origin finals. Much Interest was
relatives, returned this week to her The Filday night fire unquestionably and the falls of some of the ladles

home In LaO ran Ire. Mo .was. were fully appreciated by the on American Benuty Corsets ---.. ..-
Oil waa used. The unmistakable lookers as their laughter Indicated. ,
A.. M. Marlon of Detroit, !Mich.I* odor of coal oil still clings tosmall Later a little lunch was served and May Munton Uu/nr Pnttl'l'uli.r. .

here for a few weekevlalt to hlg place* of shiugle taken from the a merry party returned to 1'alntko THE

daughter. Mri.John T. OrU n. Mr.. \>Ia"e. The flashes and every circumstance after spending a most pleasant day I
Marlon hai been here tome week connected with this fire And all joined 111 thanks to Uncle

Frlendi of E. T. point to the Inevitable conclusion George "Washington" Merrlll.-UoM. Hardware Co.
In
Bedding thin .tKe
olty will lympathlze with: him In that. it was the work of an Incendiary. ma J. [lI'j') ; nar. y ,

tbe death of bill mother which 1l! ,,' .
occurred
It l III humiliating for the News to '.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Every DayBrings '
at hli home In Interlachen Pal atka. Florida.
lait publish to the world that Palatka
Tuesday.Tbe
bus harbored even for a night the "" : c::: us I
regular monthly meeting ot deep-eyed cowardly scoundrel who' TA3t?ASSEBHOIl.I '
Patton Anderion Chapter U. D. C. perpetrated this outrage. 'Inat he hereVtv announce a* A caRlll will be held Thursday afternoon. may ba discovered and punished Is office of Tax A swifter and fink th. mippoitof
my friends tn the oomliift prliimry, proiuIfring Goods for the .
March .
5th at 8 o'clock at the home the hope of every citizen. I to do my duty. fie IwHt I can: 1 tlinnk - --- ,

of Mn. E.V.. Warren Klrby street.Hlii In this connection Mr Q. Loper all for punt fnvora. Htnpec-tfully Spring Trade. .._ lIIIIh1lll :;;;w.SI. frr":1JIo1 i'II1'I'1I1' '
Belle Bailey's circular otter of a reward 0 K. BULL AH n. '.&I iif. mlliIi'JjjI;; III1:; Welch li
three attractive entertaining friend for his capture. .Is published .. follows FOR TRKABURFRTo : tJIi
young lady ReadytoWearHATS J
the Democratic Voteraof Putnam Count t
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Jonif B. BEARD o PKHSACOX.A' I
who arrived lait Friday for a prolonged Gentlemen desire' to thank you for the JLlst Received
visit. They are the Misses Candidate for V. B. Senate. "OI H HUNCHED DOLLARS BBWABD eordlal mipport that you have heretofore given\
Olbson of Loulsana and Stukle and will bo' paid by me for the capture meat tha polls, and to announce my .canukdaey ij
Pbllllpi of Kentucky. attention of the United States Supreme and conviction within one year of asking for the that offlie support of ,County promising Treasurer.that If elected Again Now! Jot of _
Cdurt tbe little matter of abrogating the person who let fire to the abovementioned you shall never have lauito to regret Hiving .
L. M. Baldwin one of the prominent the Ffteenth amendment to property. The same reward me your vote. KeHpecttully are now in,

and progressive young businessmen the Federal constitution which he will be paid for the arrest and H J K."M.11LT also magnificent ; Dixie Stoves and Ranges
of tbe county and Junior member showed conclusively had never been conviction within one year, of. the To tbe Democratic Voter*of Putnam County;
of the old and well-known firm legally ratified. according to the teatlniouy person who on February 21 set flre to X will be a candidate for the office of Count; line of new
of It. Baldwin & Son of Melrose was of the Congressional Olobo.At the building owned by the Atlantic Treasurer I In the approaching primary nnd win .
a visitor In tbe citylaet Friday and the conclusion of Mr' Beard'! address Coast Line now occupied or. rented. appreciate,ou..uppor J. B >:imoNMoit* Laces andEmbroideries & High Tai-ade-Low Price.
an agreeable caller at this ofiloe. he was warmly congratulated by N. J. Tiltrhioan & Sons.' FOR CLERK OF TUB CIRCUIT COURT. -

Dr.'W. H. Cyras has rented the by many of his-. hearer* who surrounded "The above mentioned property To I the b.1I10 Democratic announce Voter myself* of Putnam. a candidate County for. H

tore room on Front street formerly o him and shook his hand. adjoins the property of tbe Palatka Clerk of the t Ircuit Court, for nomination at which bur big Every Stove Fully Guaranteed
occupied by the O. Loper Bailey Co Next day Mr. Beard visited Uran- Uaa :LJgbt & Fuel Co., In which I am the primary election to be beld on Mnv 10th I.

and wblcb has been newly and prettily din and Crescent City, at both of Interested financially, therefore I past 1 I9US. I wish to ttmnk If nominated you I henrttly promlne for I your you window gives fine
decorated for him. The doctor which places he was kindly received I feel that It Is my duty to do all In my the ':' rtfr'I"Ih: : K of the dutl6H: of thin

expect to take possession soon after aud given: much encouragement by 1 power to protect tbe Palatka GasLight office. Very Reapetfully display. I
tbe first of tbe coming month. leading citizens. He returned to & Fuel Co. from, further dam JlMBFU PBICM.To e J. H. YELVERTON Jr.
Palatka on Wednesday morning and I age by fire. Since these Incendiary the Democratic Voten of Putnam County ,
B. A. Deal formerly A. U. L. agent left for Hastings and St. Auguatlne 1 fires have occurred, the Palatka GasLight Florida: Kate L. Lucas
In thli city but now auditor of the In the afternoon 'Hiere is no doubt- ; & Fuel Co., bas Increased I beg to announce that I am ft candidate. fo.CI.k H Cor. r> mon and Sixth !*tn. I'ulutka Florida
of the Circuit Court of Putnam Co, Fin,
Florida East Coast Railway extension InK the fact that Mr. Beard made lai with headquarters at Miami many earnest and Influential supporters be destroyed by fire their financial coming primaries. .
.pent Wenneiday and Tburs tne city. Mrs. Deal who has been to tbe light! business would courteous, prompt* iin-to-dnte blncerolyouriv: service*

here aeveral weeks. returned to.her be a source of much Inconvenience HBMHY HUTCIIINBON. Special Commissioner's! :Sal!'. .
home with Mr. Deal last night. Mr. Fletcher in Palatka. to their customers. ThU Inconvenience $ 4 44 4 4 4 a&
To tbe Democratic Voter of Putnam County t44'
1O AN OrUlHR AND 1>H
and interruption I wish to avert 1 bee to announce myself BB a candidate lor PURSUANT; ;
Hon Duncan U. Fletrber of Jacksonville .. intulo? on r-uhruniv, IMh, An.lMM
Milton A. McBea wlfa and
daughter if possible. Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. for nomination. at .
by tho Iloimnihlu Jnmoii f Will.
of Cincinnati are at the tiara- candidate /or tha United the primary election to be held May luth 1WHand The
0. LOFEB BAILEY Jutltin or tho lirlitll JiKlUtiil Circuit ctho Line
State senntorshlp spent a good If elected It will "be earnest enduavor to :: : Only Complete
ray Ploiidii,
toga Hotel. Mr. McRea Is one of "Palatka : Htnto of 1 In nml for Put mm
Fla.
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portion of Wednesday In the city February administer tbe affairs of name to tho very ('olln'y.I'IOI.hll.. III (''hll""yV.III thu "unit
the great publishers of the country and do I (
best of I all for
to boconvenience
my ability can t .
or tho I lo \v
tt r putlllon d Morgan AlliilnlMtrntor -
his dally of the Bcrlpps-Mc- on which occasion he made many of the people* Very Beit poet fully.P. >
papers do honlH turn or tliu LNIIIIU ul
Rea League being In all the principle calls upon business men and made Making a Success. J. UBCK linn I,. MorKnn ilttiuiiMil, v*. Idu MOIKIIII m of Furniture and House
cities of the middle west as well many new acquaintances. Mr FOR REPRESENTATIVE IV LEGISLATURE HUH|' .Moruan.ot: iilH.tltfrttiidnntM: to HUH I tlirollou i <
Joe Hafer. Palatka of the :
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Fletcher U oue of tbe leading lawyers : agent IIIH or Haiti putittii ror tha .purUOHG
To the Democratic Voter of
as on the Pacific slope. of Florida and has been in Saturday Evening Post sells every I decided Putnam County: ordlHtrlbutlon HIIIOIII( the hplm tcoiultl ..
long I have to become candtdato for .a .
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Drew of the public eye by reason of his emi week 125 copies of that excellent Representative in the State Lctlilature at the olTur. nt nuhllOHiilu thorutu I,1o IIH the uniiitnliiNlotiiir hlKhuMt nnd hintblddur will i Furnishings in the City.

-Valatle N. Y., who have been pleasant nent and generally recognized legal. family magazine. Recently the pub- approaching' your prlrnarle upport.*, and if 'l.h..lIgr.\1 I \ :- i for niHli.luuit In rront of tho If"jlt':;: door
visitors In Palatka for several ability and also becxuae of the Inter lltbers issued a pamphlet showing fully I carry out the trust repoed InPalatka oftha County ( HOUHV, In tlon-o
I'nlntkii Uounty of J'ulnnni,Htutii of
week past, left last Monday for est he has taken in state politico, the work of agents in various cities iI. J. HILDlln... tin,on M 313-215-21; ?
Jacksonville, by way of St. Augus He was for sometime and up toa according to size. It will please Palatka February 20th 1LKW. MONDAY> the 8IX1II DAY or APHILA t R R

tine. Before returning to their home few weeks ago chairman of the state. people generally and Joe'sRatrons To I hereby the Democratic announce Voter my*self of Putnam a candidate County for: I)., IIKIN, tho nniiiii luliiKtlio flrat Momliiv i uap Iii. yan Lemon Street,
Mr. and Mrs. Drew will visit Mr. and democratic executive committee In particular to know thai Representative In the LeiflHlature for nomination In Ihu limntli of A|>|'II. A I II., IMH' ,ilurlim the J Palatka,Fit
Mrs. G. J. Bolinger In Jack on"llIe. : His. candidacy for the senatorshlp class for cities of from 8.000to at the primary election to be hold on May K>Kul liourHof Hiilo. \111I follow. lni mil tttitUt.
4,000 inhabitants, Joe ranks sec lUth, U.... If elected I I.* the faltbluldllcn..r. lot trnct or ptirti'i of .liinil Hltunto. In the 0 4 e .eee.EeEeeE .E EeeEeEeeeEEe .eE.eeE .
Is meeting with approval from his from CJountvof I'utiiiini Hlulo of Uivacrlbutl .
The music class of St. JOR..ph'.1Ao.d.my of the duties 0 office.ery Kluildu
ond. Thli also has nice
pamphlet a folloMHtIot
friends a clientele wlilch he hopes to \ respectfully.W. III
gave a recital last Saturday enlarge to Include a majority of the half-tone picture of Joe, with the I B. MIDOLVTOMTo onnl( ) nnd two((2,111, Hi-rtlou T ontytwo .
afternoon which wan greatly en- voters of the state. Any objection following complimentary notice: I the Demooratlo Votora of Putnam County] (\J >, :In 'XouiiHhlu; : : NiuntKr,\ Twul\u
by all The numbers I shall be candidate In : (IpNo. Ut.Mouthor ItiniKO Juunty-Mlx <
Joyed present. It Is generally said that Southerners a tbo approachingprimary I o
well rendered. The violin ao far raised against Mr. Fletcher'saspirations for Representative In the LegUlaturo K, 4t)I. If:tiNt, Loiituliilnu Hlxty-two uin t ,,anioro Seeds that Orow'',
were pupils encllned to take y'
are things easy ..
have not been based and will. greatly appreciate the support of or Ie. I
well merit special mention aa luck of ability He will during the summer. Perhaps they fellow DemocmtH. If elected to tlila high responsibility H. K. MKHUY1>.VY, BURPEE'S" tla.u... _. 'hat .... 1M 0.....'
they played with carefulness andprecl.ron. address upon any. the voters of Palatka at are-all but Joe Hafer. He get In : I I ball endeavor to dlHcttarHa every l.'UI1I1I1I..luIIO' ,'. .<1B tholeoUDIt-YO"ron ...ltcl II"""I
duty faithfully and to the. best lnt oftbl K N OAFHOUN. "
re tn >I
some future time. his telling 'lick* when the other *county and the great tate of Florida Couiittul fur Ietltlonor. ;, t. u: C-: i:. :.r=
---- people want to lie around and do A* M l'"u.,..,. 41 toJolJ'" A |M .tal card will bring.you a copy by return mail. .A
Dr. Frank MoRae of Melrose was a Made Hit. nothing. He has persuaded about To the Democrat*of the County iI I W. ATLEB BURPEB & CO.. Brad Grower.. PhlUd.lphl. FMru.Kennedy's !
popular visitor In the city Tuesday. iw Big everybody in bis town that the easiest announce my candidacy for ronomlnatlona An Ordinance.
Dr. McRae did not come to the city *a member of tbe LegUIature' subject to the
,Every seat In the New Howell and most restful thing to do In Democratic .
approaching Primary and ank the
on a political mission this time. It Theater was occupied when the cur the heat of the day is to read Tbe upport of all my friend. At the legislative --
was even more Important had to : tain. went up-for the first act In th* &Saturday Evening Post. According .eumon. 1 endeavored to serve the matiH*. irrespective An Ordinance to Provide for Numborlug Seed Store \
Interview his dentist. He he of factional and
sectional difference
says K.- or minstrel performance t to the latesbdneafcus report there are and la the event of re-election you mayret *. the Dwellings Stores and all olh rBulldloll" I, :
will make his announcement .
aa a Tuesday night. 'the preRentatlou 8JOI Inhabitant in this town. Joe atturod that I will again' act for the bout bltuntfil (nd Fronting on ixeluslvc AKcnt.s Putnam County.fALATKA. .
candidate for County Tresurer next sells 12f copies week one to about Interest* of the Koneral and Putnam the ,
had been thoroughly ndvertlaed as a a :-Ji.ID Streots ot the City of Puliilkii. .
week. County In Your*nlncerely .- -- .
benefit to this local fourth family, estimating five Florida. -
popular older by very 11 A.D McKii..... -
Louis J. Brumby of Ocala, editor talent and the public hod been led to to each family. Wbon Joe first I Bo It ordained, by tbe Major and Cl y e:11:::==-====+ += --

6f The Florida Fruit and Truck a point of delightful expectancy from started work he applied for the exclusive FOR COUNTY COMMISSION Council of the City of PalntkaHBCTION : : :t1.I.tna.r.r.l. ;:
To the Democratic Voter of the first Co :11--
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We told him that ram Jha.cr.l.a.oy:
which there retreat In the agency. 1.
Urower spent a couple of days In wan no realization. loner District hat the owners or oeou. I
the city Mils week. Mr. Brumby Tbere wasn't a dull moment If he would Bell at least 40 copies a I beg to announce myiolf a candidate for pants of all dwellings stores and all FLORIOA
made the trip here and return from iu the entire program and the week we would 'give him the ap County ommliuloner: and respectfully ask other buildings of tha City of Pulathn Chemicals
Silver Springs as the guest of Capt managers who planned are certainly pointment. He laughed, and scut your v up port. JAMB* McV DABD are hereby rrqulrud to have tho sain. Drugs, Druggist Sundries ant

Howard on his Ocklawaha river entitled to unstinted praise. his order for 75 copies. Later he Norwalk. FI".. l'eb.lOlb. luo-4. properly numbered in accordance with II Patents.

boat, the trip being In the Interests The News regrets that lack of space Jumped it to 125 cop III'. In winter To the Democratic Totem of the Flftli Commlnsloner provision of Section S, of aa oriltnanc : PRESORIPTIONS OAREFUL.Lr 'COMPOUNDED.VUESU .
of hli healtb somewhat broken by fofblds a complete review a most Joe sells many copies to Northern District' entitled t'An Ordinance for a Uniform
entertainment with tourists ; In the summer he makes a I wilt be a candidate In tbe coming primary OAUDEN BEED. AJ.u" Kallor, Btewn.hlp I Imn
reason of a levere attack of la grippe, delightful a special for re-election. to the office of County <;om- Sjjjtem of Numbering tho Houses nut
mention of each contributor; but 1 specialty to town folks who want to mUulonerand" r..poo.'IIII.ollol& youmuppurtpromUlug chiiDKlug tho Naiiiua of eertala 8iro ta e'F" +-r:: 2F i':!. ..g_._ _

The city council m"t In special as H large proportion of the reading: take life enfly. Every. day Is a busy faithful *erVloe la return and Public Ways In the City of Palntkn -
session last Saturday for the purpose day for Joe. T J. ROOBRH. "
in Palatka such
public was prxseut ; Florida, paesuit, In .
vent1 of fires considering, of which measure the city to pre hallat..17 review music is wag unnecessary.a feature to The give orchestra much : Murderer Located. To tbe Democratlo FOR TAX Voter COLLECTOR* of Putnam County i First SECTION day of 2.February open, 189f.: council thll 1,11I, '111111''IRir' in, "*..!*, mam.' "w: :mi "' ", ,,,""rmmnrl,,, ,,,,,, !!

1 hereby announce my candidacy for theoffice Uuub numbers Hlmll UH
had Its full share. A resolution
pleasure, and when "Johnnie" Milan, of Tax Collector of Putnam County. and Dot loss than three ((3)) Inches high und Pala.ka Lumber Co.II !=
Instructing the Fire and Water Chief of Police Hagnn and Deputy
the commedlan, In mentioned at anytime respectfully auk your support. If nomfnntcdand of design and
Committee to notify the Palatka Uus within the next decade those Sheriff Ouy White of St. Johns county elected, I will give I my time and best material approved by the MitnufncturcrB of f4 | For Rent.
effort to the faithful performance of the dut City Council and shall be !placed so thaithey
Light Fuel Co., N. J. Tllghman & have for sometime been trylng.tolooate
who saw him will yell for more, ies pertaining the on., .. be
Thanking you for oaa ai>lly tlleceriilble from tin 4. Pine and
Sons and the Palatka Ice Factory to a. negro named Luke Breaton patt support. Very eldowalks ; Cypress J
place spark consumers on their alias Charley Williams charged r..of.u S.y\VILLno.
Death tf Major Enslow. SECTION 3. Any propettj i =5 Two desirable flats
owner or
moke stacks was passed. with the murder of John Perkins at FOR SUPERVISOR OF RFQISTUATION Mouldings
In this and Orange Mills In 1005 Their efforts Thanking the people of Putnam for occupant of proputy refusing' or till lug E with modernconvenience.
The Fair for the benefit of the Many people county County to uumber the sniiiDlu oordaiice with) "every
were finally successful. having chotien me to be their Supervisor of *
Sisters of St. Joseph will be held In business men generally will diop a A few days ago they located the Ketflitratlon the pant two years If they will th. provlHloiis pf tlil. onlumnie wltlili and !j .
Canova1! vacant store next Monday rear of regret on learning: the Marlon confer that honor upon me the neit two yearn IlrteoQ \111) clitfH ..I...... nilu, lotloe link
in and notified
and Tuesday evenings. March 2nd death of Maj J. A. :Knslow, which man county 1 hereby pro ml no to perform the duties of that bran serrntl nuiili
Sheriff Gordon of Ooaln to arrest office faithfully and on oHiiot ir o IMIDIUI' Rough and Dressed jj
and 3rd and the ladles In charge extend occurred at hia home In St. Augustine him. mp..rllRlIt T KILL AM. by tll.. City Crk xlmil' be llablo to H I I g Two nice dwellings,
cordial Invitation to the people Tuesday morning, the 24th limb. Palatka Fla.,'Feb. 30th IWrt. flue not exee (linu Iw.ut-lIvo
$JB 00 Pine large and
Breaton was brought to Palatka ( ) 3 Lumber ,. c room-.
of Palatka to attend and help to Major Enslow had resided at Ut, FOR 8UKR1FF. dollars, 01 lint ilnouiuciit lot
In Mr. exceedifci
and Is
yesterday now jail. =:
It financial success as it In Augustine for 1)5) years, to which the Democratic Voters of ten IIR .
make a Mllllcan of To Putnam County ((10)) } atI he tbe
owner turpentine S
for a I good work. The ladles will place be cumo from Charleston 8.U. where the murder occurred 1 will be a candidate for renomlimtinn to the City Judge. j iul us your order. tJblll.iJEiLit |E Several stores on
Ice the city of his birth. For tlie camp office of Sheriff In the coming primary, andreHpeotfuUy .
have fancy-work, candy. cream Knslow bas ottered a reward of tuO for Breaton'i : NO licit your support.I Thanklnic SECTION 4.. for sale and excellent 80 Major street.g .
past yean
and cake an represented capture. you for puet favors am.Your* truly. ordinal ces In euiillltt viltU this orill.nance .
sapper will be lerved both nights, the National UUuult Co In Mr. Hagan and White are R. C. How ILL, are hureby r"pinledPnsxd .

porleau.Tbe hot lunch. Tueieay noon with chicken thin section he visited rfifid/ all an the such towns representative In this entitled of to much credit Deputy for the cap To I the hereby Democratic announce Voter myself* of Putnam a*a candidate Co* for of in ,jpi, Cnnntll thl.| |,.igrh Georgia Brick For Sale H. Finley Tucker
this murderer. flay
ture
and other counties of northeast H her Iff. for nomination at the l primary election Fejini iij. A. JJ luilH. ,
Pythian Sister's Domino Masquerade Florida. 10..b.. held on May lUth 1WM Having served as now.LL A. D \VI:!. 111 any (lesirnl quantity. Full

given at the Armory last Major Enslow wai a veteran of the Fortnightly Club Meeting. Deputy familiar for with over the six duties>'ear of.the* 1 office am thoroughly und prom President City Council. Standard SIZR. Will' nnna ;.. __ Insurance
Friday night while not a financial war between the states and served In !ne. Ilolo.lod. will carry out the law as mar a.poulble. Att..L' the brick ; -J '
access., was a social occasion of the Confederate. army from the be The Woman'. Fortnightly Club I am. Your*, very. respectfully I unison's labor andspace I E and Real l Estate.
much pleasure. The music furnished ginning tho close la till artillery met Friday,. Feb.. lit.. at the residence R L. KBHMKULV. J. N. BLACK WELL, covered 10 per cent s: ..

by the K. of P. Orchestra was splendid branch of the Rervlce and also in of Mrs Merrlam. Mrs. 8. J. FOR SCHOOL OOMMJ SJONPR. |[>: aJ!I Clerk Cl'y Council hue: 21 x 4x8 Pretty red in I Opposite Court House.

and repeated encores were given. the Infantry.He la survived by It UUbiuu the president being out of To the Democrat Voters of School Com m listener Approved Feb 22ad. JDJS.g. ) color. Sen before I I E
1119
.
Sixteen number made up the programs the city. M ra. Gardner presided. After District No 9I you
and HI
Refreshment of fruit punchand funeral wife two occurred sons a on daughter.Wnclnesday roll call and reading of the minutes County announce Hchool my Hoard candidacy from said for dltttrtct member. 'ubject of t he II WIL80X, Mayor. purchase, or I will send you E Palatka, Fla.

cakes were served. It Is regretted morning from the M. E. church. St. of the last meeting 101 r.. I e- to Ibo action of tbe approaching' primaries. samples on application

that the affair was not more generally Augustine* Baron tbe chairman appointed for Respectfully. Dajtona Private Hospital nod Bricks are side cat and mmmmUiJ mmmJUJII.
*
; J. N
attended la view of the fact the afternoon took charge; the subject BLAIKWBI.L "
that the ladles scarcely made ex Murder- Case Appealed. for the meeting being "The Rellglous To the Democrats of Putnam CountyiI Saul tn rln in. smooth.L. .

penses.Hon.. The Vance Johnsort murder case Mrs. and LeBaron Social read Customs an of Japan." take for this member method of the to announce School Board my candi.dary from. n, te.rrern:; :;:I :r.i[ 'ltl,', "rr r. 1 r."iul.::: ,? S. KILLINQSWORTH, LOST-Oold Locket and Clwhj

George R. Wend'lng! of will be argued on Tuesday before the article on the "Religious Interesting\ dlstrlot. No' 1.1 *ubj'ct to tbe Domooratlo primary. EI.etrl.IIIIIPIII".lrlllll"d IIlIra".. "III.. I Picnic, Hnrurdav Feb. :UJd. the"

Washington, D. O., will leoturw, In Supreme Court by lion.tI..J..1IUbllrnwho and was followed by Miss Burt with trusting Thanking to again you receive for your put endorsement support, and, n I ::::,ll "T.. \'::.",II.: ..: rl::,I:: nI'N Hastings. Fla. I lit left at W. B. try'* Jewelry ..wnLOS1'o'eb.
the Howell Theater next Mindaynight. with Oitpti. K. N. Calhoun defended a well prepared paper on "Japanese I am, very truly yours, J. H. On URN. 1i..o } -- ------ ----
The lecture Is one of the ...e.rlee Johnson In the Circuit Court Social Custom." Two musical FOR SUPERTNTFNDFNT OF PUBLIC J: 1ri 'i'a :::, K. 11''1vt: "" ,
of lyceum entertainments of'" the here last October, at which time numbers, and Instrumental piece by IN8TUOTION. I'liyilclnni In Olu'irge. Guaranteed 14th a mlv'inook P

winter for the benefit of the public Johnson was convicted of .murder_. Miss Leeks and a song by. Mrs.vL. A. To the Demooratlo Voters 'of Putnam County i iX with an oIil-fHshlont-J ...IdlI..t '
library. Mr. Weodllng U one of the and sentenced to ba hanged. Smith added greatly to the enjoyment hereby. announce mynelf a candidate for Tax Notice. Satisfaction ,. with coml, with two ctnlrtlrintiit
most eloquent orators on the lecture It Is stated that very material evldoncn I- of those present. re-election of Public to Ituttrumion the office of County for Superintendent an heirloom. Llbrr-1'

platform. The Atlanta Constitution has been discovered since tliu The next meeting will be a .social subject to the approauhlng Demooratlo Putnam County primary. tWill hnat Mm plncjMs To all our patronn: waalnonlve ward U returned to H Finley T
..I.e' of hi* lecture "A great triumph term of court which point to the Innocence March 6th, further notice of which If re-elected, I shall ae I have en low for the purpose of n"m.,1 1.,,_ you iroiniu lervlco wh-n you ..r'.. real estate offlae.STKAYED .
inrpaesesd even the highestexpectations. ,, In tliepatKlve my bent assessing by .. K" ym" "n *"* oilwinlth
; When he had finished of Johnson. In fact, a great will be given through the papers.PHBSS -* o'i'.d': educational. In to runt*. of sur4cea theThanking NR.hul\. .. ,.. .. . .. M"'c"Dnnver ; work and Uuyole and How Inn Bird do llv.reed
rosily are of the opinion that the ev.- REPORTER """Rh. l ? Maahliniro.alrlimclon I | .at I *:, .
\V..h.ka.
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peaking the crowd literally wer. deuce upon which Johnson waa convicted you for ,our p""t lunporl. ben 11th (even month old. an.*
wild with enthusiasm." was not siilllclent to Justify a Child's Life Saved ky Chamberlain'! to remain.' Your. T.FT truly, Norwalk .. ... . . .. Ith: E. O. EARLS name of Brownie. Iteward '
L. K. TirtlKii.tOR Frultliind . .. . P.'''
: conviction, the evidence being largely IIItb rPturii to M. W. Bardln,
Minn's
and the
E. 8. Crlll
... Dr.
Mr Cough Remedy.Mrs. COUNTY JCDUB. UeorKetown.
with .. .. .... .. HI 1"1110."
clrcumstanclal a h
drill have been In Jacksonville of Mir thi*. confession testlttnd coupled to by one Will John Xnglehardt of Gora, Mich., To Vlorldn.eontlnuance tho Demooratlo l : Voter, of Putnam County, . . .. ... .. Illth 417 Lninon at Falatkt Fl..
attend the wedding
week to eecond daughter Adams, a colored man, who wan a tells of the anxious moment ..peDt'overber J bereb, "nnouno.. m, ...ndldnoy ro, ro-.leo_ <'re.u..ne City . ..... ITM IH'h ploaiw FIr>" lot or IMOUK at reduoeil P"'

of Constance Hon. and Cooper Mr,. Chas. M Cooper, self-confessed felon and who stated little two-year-old daughter who g: n':; :: ::" tt .\'':, You 1'.. : P : : Coino.j HuntliiKton;. .. .. .. ...... .. ". .". 't. 191 h .00:u.: "l.::.evio.momUr.ton.our(natrons'oma; and "t All... .Buky....
mode the Immediately had taken hard cold resulting 417 Lemon
Mr. George Potter Docker. This that Johnson same etoup. .''ooUolI0 be ..ld M., 19U.. I..... '1'r.ankln. Pomona 2O'h' 81
to In Jacksonville after Incarceration which She Bay: am satisfied that if It bad .ole.. of .b.ooun., t.r Ih.1r he..y "lid . . . .. 21st ordef'l"
wedding, regarded Is considered highly Improbable not been for Chamberlain'* Ouugh lberal.upporlln tho ...... I eRrneou) 8OlIolt.. 81900 . . .. ... 211rd -- Bend your next (t'oocry |
of the most Interesting In in- o that SntBuinn. I Qralnger fliieae itoek In to".-
) In tha
M one sol Remedy she would bave choked to : aupport Coxa prese"I Hut' . .. 2.Hh I ; _

circle thla winter was primary campaign. M. I. ,
elety emnised at the CtMiroh of the Immaculate "I suffered habitually from con death .-1/I gave this medicine every ten Palatka. Fia,>eb.aath, I u8. Hottnlek : .. \. 211th FOR SALE-At h"1f .ntll''
Conception at 7: 0yeiter. stipation. Doan'a Reguletn relieved mloutes and she soon began to throw up O V, BDLr.AKU TlIX A".or. Uprlltht I'lallo, medlum.lzo price nloe THEY' WILL HAVE THlM
Tbe bride Is w..llkoown and strengthened the bowels, so tliat the phlegm. I: can recommend It In the Cbeapeaf' accident Inmiranoa Dr. Han ... fancy oak ('ooklnjf can ( itoi> them. All the br>ij PJJI'
day morning: '. Thoinat* Kluotilo Oil. !Jdtopa: tha DlI.l I II If Tabl... '1'0 in town have those braurlful ,
where she has they have been regular ever since. bl beet term* aa I have another child be .old
In thU city visitor, at the Crlllfeoou -A. E. Davis, grocer Sulphur 'I. that was cured la the nuns way/' Bold I pain and heaU tbe wound. Alldrllgil.t. You Ir..t th" b.lt grocllrl.. at ow thlnlf quickly lOt .1I0rlllo... Every_ Honr.| and they A'. only !l6 ee ,
e.t
be.R. frequent Springs, Tex.: I by Ackermaa-atewart Dn j Go ..lilt. prlue. when you trnda with A all practloally new. anll| will .ell 20! ol them, ao.l you b...e 6v, dent I
< ora J
Palatka Height Gr"lni part ot It.
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