The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00114
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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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e Se Ward Primaries Tuesday OUR CANDIDATES. has given the county faithful service. I
JJ" will probably not be for
( . s. The city democratic committeehas opposed
called the ward l primaries for Putnam County Men who are The Interlachen Social Club cl-niin jl
next March 10th at 8 J. N. Blackwell Is the only cttndldatohmn on the :ii7th at the Town
Tuesday, p. in. Asking Your Support in tht the District. Hall though
: Mr.ilucUwcl .
l At these primaries one ulderinanlo a small affair was a success tram a
e candidate for each ward will be Primaries. Is a lawyer and thepresnt social and financial point-the pro-

nominated, except In the case of the I Since the publication of the News oily elllolent of Palatka.clerk ,and Ha assessor is of the ooeds to donated to the organ fund... ( i
IREF-SOU/ED Second ward. where two will be last week other candidates for noun fitted peculiarly I Bright faces, pretty dresses good
for the work of the board both
THAT named. These primaries will also ; ty offices have appeared as follows: nuHlo alld stILY laughter In the old
THE MARCH. WINDS elect delegates to the city conven- by tralnlug and because of his interest mil made old Father Time hurry by.

LOW THE WINTER AWAY ';. ion to be held one week h'L141'lu the FOR COUNTY TRHA8UUKB in educational matters" I One Incident, or accident, marred su
'I The
e candidate from the Third
council chamber. otherwise
perfect Mr. Albert
A'ND'MAI< E' \/ Dr. Frank MoRae of Maltose District, Is Mr. Iiiiban Price. lie has Weber evening. '.'
IT.K/E-C&35ARV; The places- of primary meetingsand brought hln unnoiincomout for the served several slipped and quite serloujy -
terms tile board
the number of delegates to on dislocated his thumb, but thanks
office of treasurer to this
TO GET: RFAfcV "FOR SPRING : which each ward 1l Is entitled will be office on Wednesday county with the Htntenent and I" has akuowledgoof Its work that to friends who "knew how," it will
Mr. Prloe In a farmer r
ARE YoUREAZ:)V \FOR" as follows l that ha will make another' dlg- and one of 11 tiiimarous ..lIl1ll1ltlen- amount to nothing!

Ward Knglne House Gay'sWpet filled and naineHt appeal} to voters .lul family of brothers who reside In The C. E. Social the 28th win another -
I' SPRIN4i'S End Store Engine live delegates. for their, support of Ills candidacy., the same ,neighborhood of Melroiin.oo enjoyable evening. Miss Mary:
Ward a Old Houealteld
V Dr. Moliae Is always dignified, Set munch could not be said rU lJrd- Fails Coburn of the Luke View being

USTE"R DROwN ,. street, fly 8-" dalegntee.Ward Old Council. Chamber genial In his Intercourse with men lag Mr. Price "II n cllUon, or of hisminttit lostpss. Gnmes and refresh menu,
and he IB everywhere popular with he
fitness for thin olllce. customary Indulgence of these
three delegates.Ward the people. 'l'wo years ego he 1111". sociable,, was supplemented by the'
e A 4 three del Note JUBTICU! Olf TILE 1'EACE.
-City Building
1 an appeal for this olllou and receiveda vocal muslo of Mrs. B. B. Savage,
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egates. total of 848 of the t)5H) votes oust. f. r The people of Puliiikn, who 00111- New Haven Mimes Deming und
.S Ward G-COIII.t House. three dele- the olllca, and had msjoiltlus In five 3i'lH" the. 8th Justice district, will\ rieiRhtto Cliutfl -Jouesof New York; ilHs
rates. recluots..' He was especially strong again support for the otlo! onus accompanying with mandolin.
Ward Colored Odd Fellows' In his home precinct, and tlmt Is ill- of JiiMtlcoof the Peace Mr C. I. J .ow-
Hell, one deli-gate. ways H good recommendation foraug ton lunge How ton has served In The entire community extends Its

Ward 7-D..vls'Tank Fnulory, four candidate. ]>r. !Me Hun bus ,resided Ills olllcn 12: years and tin him a rrcrd sympathy to R..v. T. L. Cooper and
.+ i U itlegate lit Putnam Co. for over liD I that 1 1. all to his credit. Ho'will wife In the IONS! of their Infant daughter -

Provided either of the above mi mod 3'fIIlrll He In a native of Ueorgla. not I hn opposed. Saturday:: night, being only -4
places cannot be piuuured the executive He Is the village doctor at Melroxu hours old.Friends.

yS comnilttneniuu from such ward and has a large.practice In that IIflC- Spring Miilinery Opening.It will be pleased! to know of

t. r ., shall procure place for Hiild mevt- thou of this and the three nd join Ingountlen. will interest all I the lading. of the birth of a daughter to Mrs. Oglo-

l InK, He l Is n man of so"jal..nd Petal k 11. mi.I vicinity t lo learn that tree, who is well remembered as Giles
, ,,-> financial Ht&nding' and luis been honored iii his Kate Lucas IIIIK arranged her Icwa Davis the yuung_ who
( ; II U U St. James Methodist Church.R by the people of hie home town intiinl spring millinery opening for'hurmlav punt several winters her. with theliinlly

II. Uutlll.. pastor of St. James with the office of mayor tie was mid Friday/ of next wnek of Lewis Patrlc. .
Mcthodietchurch, will preach next also, back. In the KO'II, member of the lurch 12th: and 13th. At this time
Sunday at 11 a. m. end 7:80 p. III. board of county commission\ He all lie( 'iiexvmt creations In pattern B. B. "Savage' and wife. Cliurlusirown
' ; _1 The subject Ht the morning hour will served one term' -1SKH-us a. repieeutilth hats nnd, millinery noveltiesvlllbH und wife, Mrs. Deming /und

ot"r aI be "The Church of Christ; Its Purpose In the stale legUluiure.' on exliltiltlon nn4 I ho( benullful more nughtur., Miss Clmtfleld-JoneM. and

.......-. .H... -.O Dutlll will preach on "A Young mte of respect to Dr. Frank Melt'teas the ncoaHlon.These where they enjoyed -
Man's Mletake.\ a gentleman and a cltlz,,". who opening events' lit Miss Lu- the races.

THE MARCH WINDS ARE CHILLY Do YOU NoT The Sunday( school meet at 8 p. ni. would fill with credit any position wf millinery parlors!! have COIIIH to H. O. Ashforth, an old soldier of
with J. N. BI..ckweU,Bupurln tended t. trust far which he aspires. mean niotu than mere trade events. his place, has returned to hid cot-

The midweek. service Is on Wednesday JAMES M. CHESHHII of Ilolllater hey era real social functions at Cage after an extended visit to the
WISH TO KEEP THE CHILL OFF AND PUT THE at 7::80 p. m. The public Is will be n candidate for county treas- which there Is a general attendance Su: diers' Home in Danville, III. ; he

nvlted. urer. ThU doughty campaigner Is of Indies to Inspect and talk over. the will be joined by a comrade. A card M
APPEARANCE ON? SoME PEOPLE SAY THAT known In all paitsof, the county by nlllinery fashions for the spring sea- received here from Charles Hemingway

S US' In Memoriam. reason of his foimer campiilgns for 011. The coming event promises to another old comrade, suyiihe Is

THINGS ARE NOT AS THEY SEEM Do YOU Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly he legislature. Mr. Chooser Is a be even more generally! attended well and enjoying his old home In
hero uf the Confederacy Should hail formi'r ones, as there Is muchIn Waltham, Mass.
Father In Hl wisdom and
. BELIEVE THAT A MAN WHO HASN'T A SWELL love, to call home the spirit of our hs continue In this and lake totl.n hat the will styles have for special the coming attraction.Benson Real estate Is still picking' up. Dr.

'i'tend and coworker, Miss MnigarotHharpej. stump he will contribute his full S. J. Jones has purchased tlio ...ottllge -

SPRING OVER-COAT GETS ALONG AS WELL AS we the members of the> Lu- share to the gaiety of the occasion.' Black Patti's Troubadours.This of It. D. Woodall of Atlanta.
dies Aid Society. of the Prt-sb)tt-rmn FOB HHEKIKK.R. ''his means the doctor Is s-tlsuetl

A MAN WHO HASYOU WEAR YOUR OVERCOAT church elation of desire her faithful to express, elllclont our UpPI'O-workIn K. WEEKS of Penlul' was In t the the attraction famous nt organization the Howell Theater will be I locate with our permanently.little city and intends to i

city Wednesday fad handed to tile tomorrow night. :Senate can, ba. oh-
the society and In the chinch a
News the announcement of his alnud at the Cafe at Mrs. R. 8.:' H they of Atlanta
ON TOP. WE .CAN GIVE YOU TIP TOP ToP- therefore be It resolved candidacy Arlington CO, spent
fortheofleaofeherilf./ Thin l!! 75 and $1.00.( a tew days with her slater Mrs. It. 1).
1st. That hpr Christian
upright In another column. Mr. A New York dramatic Woodall. Mr. and Vfra. \v..nrluilalso
appears prominent
COATS AND HEAVY SUITS .JUST NOW DURING ; character; remembrance shall ever be hold her In HlTeclonate Weeks' candidacy has long been clU- critic, after seeing this Benson'sGreater left for their-home!lu-Atlanta.A .---

friends. by many cUllled And the announcement, there- Black Patti Troubadours concert Is to be given the V.

i OUR CUT PRICE SALE, WHEN EVERYTHING IN 2nd. While we realize. that our fore, will cause no surprise. He tins writes I I"One I. S. on the 17th. Mrs. Arthur by Cor

lose la her gain, we yet sorrow, that many active supporters and they, of the largest/ audiences in nell, a musician from New York
THE .SHAPE OF HEAVY WEIGHT GOODS WILL GO ';. with lihnielf, will begin nn active the history of the house welcomed
we shall meet her no more on earth. city, Mrs. B. B. /Savage of New Haven -
of the Mr. Weeks Black Patti Troubadours the
campaign county to
I We lay to our hearts the oft repeated and Mrs. John Brewer of Great

THIS MONTH AT A DISCOUNT OF warning" "boyo also ready." personality.Is a man of Intelllgencn He is a farmer and pleasing and has was American r"wardorby Theatre\ healing last night a splendid and Harrington, Mais., assisting.
Urd. We extend to the bereavedones
. resided In the county 0 years, He organization. "Prince Honguboo" Is Ash Wednesday services conducted
U0 S33V3 mend our them loving to the sympathy God of all, and comfort.com- was born and raised In Clay county, the title given to the one net extravaganza hy Rev Wiley of Palatka were held
near Green Cove Springs and his that serves as a medium for at the newly renovated Episcopal:
1th. That of record
a page our brother, "Jim" Weeks, ts the present hs: performers, and while there Is church here.
book be devoted
Per Cent. to memory fearless and efficient sheriff of that some plot yet the lines are replete
Mug. J. D. LANa President.
county.E. with wit of the highest order. It Is FRANCIS
MBS. UEO. BOYD, VIce-Pres. NOTES.Rv. .
between the
Mns. ERNEST ROWTON. T. REDDING business a up
and the singers, but the honors of the -
/SEC. and TBBAS. man of Interlachen also announces -
performance go to Black Patti who T. L. of the '
his candidacy for sherlll In Cooper, pastor
This is considerably less than actual New Gen. Gilchrist Here, this Issue of the News. He Is a man appeared during the action of the M. E. Church, being detained at
econd act and several melodies
of attain and has hud the benefit of sang home by the Illness of his wife, the
Gen. A. W. Gllchilst of Punla with !great\ sweetness. Her range Is
filled Rev. D. W.
a thorough business training!\ and cx- [pulpit was by
York cost. March is the Month of Bargainsat Jortlu, one of the leading candidates ivrlence that in the event of his election I high bordering notes on especially the wonderful are clear, and and her Moore of Dover. N. J. 1
for Governor
spent 'Vednesdlly"nd1'bursday would valuable the
: prove Mr. and :Krs. Webster
sweet to an exceptional degree. The Oeorge of
In the city and during that I
Mr. Redding Is In
county. a man
crowd last Palatka spent Sunday with Mr. and
the time; Interviewed voters Oen. large present evening
many middle life of build
powerful energetic -
tlrs. R. 13. .
Ullchrlst Is making. thorough canvass mlld-iiiannered and alTable. welcomed her with an ovation of applause Browning.Miss !\

of the state and the Impression He hall lived In the county quite a'' and she was compelled to Margaret Young of Morrls-
: : seeina to be general that his prospects number of years and was atone time reply to the encore until, from sheerweiilness ;own, N. J., Is stopping at Rest lot1 1

; are gutting brighter and engaged In the turpentine business. "' she made her excuse. ;, tags for the remainder of the winter
1'ott"Vhltn..y was heard In comic
brighter. tie conducts mercantile season.
now a large/
ditties which he sang In a manner
establishment ntilnterlachen. He In that: carried the Immense audience Mrs. 8. G. Miller was In Palatka Cy
:. Spring Clothing.Next a Oeorglan/; by birth. Mr. Itrddlnig
by storm. The most artistic featureof shopping Tuesday.
Is well-known In Palatka where he
FEARNSIDE ClOTHING week the Fearnslda Clothing I.a popular with all classes, us Is also! the entire production was" the Mlssvs Cathrlne and Marie Webster s
Co. will have its full spring( stook of the case In his home precinct und singing of the "Dixie Chorus, four of Palatka were with their aunt t

clothing, shoes, huts and furnishings/ wherever. known. He will make n of the btst-tralned''' negro voices In Mrs. HI/ Browning, from Friday k
: la on display and sale, and as usual thorough canvass of the county. the world, also The Bohemian Flrl"and until Monday.
: with this company, its stock will the several specialties. The
embrace all that Is modish In men's FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. production Is mounted In a gorgeous/; Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. R.
and to the Browning entertained the
nppnrel. expensive manner equal young
enacted law
The legislature a
highest Broadway Theatre, New people of Francis.
i Tire Earnest providing for the nomination and "
Company announce York, standard. ,
their formal election of county commissioners ,_Mrs. Newsome and Miss Fannie
spring for next Manager Kulbfleld states that the
e COMPANY from the districts, and candidates do I Newsome have gone to Palatka to
week. Rend their advertlaol ent. Black Pnttl Company Is really one
not now, ns formerly go before the' stay for awhile.
I of the best organizations to visit Pa-
., Don't think that piles can't be entire county. latka this season. and gives it as his Mr. and Mrs. James Vert drove to
cured. Thousands of obstinate cases In the First District the first to announce opinion that no one will be disappointed San Mateo Wednesday afternoon.R. .
'I James MeN. Hard of
have been cured hy Ooan's Oint was with the performance.
I Norwalk. Mr. nard l Is well known H. Browning went to Ormond
ment. 60 cents at any drug .tore.
to; the people of his district and The County Commissioners.The ,Tuesday on business.

Palatt Florida. One Dozen fine Cabinets only $2.Betts' county, and democratic has served executive long on the bonrd of county commissioners Alton Henderson suffering froma
Studio. county com-
: severe bite of a cross dog. .
rr mitteo. He Is u farmer mid a man met on Wednesday, n lull board being

Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, of Ability mid would if elected to the present. The following business
4 ; laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Kleu- board, prove a man of action. was transacted. Cooking Demonstration. i
: warden
J. W. county ,
e i . trio 011. Takes the sting out of cuts, Hon. John H. Harp ft Crescent was paid *10 for month game of February- Beginning!\ next Monday, March
a >fr burns or bruises nt onon. Pain cannot City will also be a candidate from I Notary public bonds of Gee E. Ull- 9th) and continuing through the week
stay where it Is used. the First District. He I Is an old 8<>r- lette and A. M. Padgett were approved demonstrators employed by the MaBBtio -

tier and has the confidence and esteem -State pension claims of W. Range Co, will give a cooking

of his neighbors to u 1II".keddpgrse. C, Hargrove/; J F. Allen H. H. Bry- .exhibition at the store of J. D. Points
HI. Nsrrsw Escape."I Mr. Harp ts a farmer aud & Co. on Water street. An Invita-
ant and Mrs. Octavla Stephens/
) Estate For Sale.Fine tell the closing of the Steeutb and has always takenan
Real you orange grower were approved-Wn.Ivers was paid tion Is extended to all Indies and
I National was a mighty close call for active Interest In public BlTiilra. U.200 as the fourth payment on the gentlemen to visit the exhibition at
He was for two terms a representative time and have of
ino. Lemon street lots bought of him to allY a cup coffee
,1lr rdwJ two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. "How was that?" In the state legislature and complete court house square-Cleric : mid biscuit prepared on this range
Half bad advised me to served as chairman of the committeeon Instructed who have I by the demonstrators.It .
lot 100x150 artesian well and barn on premises. "Why, a friend to notify parties
$ put my money In It and" Agriculture. been cutting and boxing timber on Is claimed for the Majestic
cash} balance at 7 per cent. "And took his advice?" L. C. Stephens of this city, the state road that hereafter they will be Range that It lasts three times *s
CUSTOM /W GRADE you chairman of the present board, ts n Cole |100 long as a cheap range, but that 1Cdoeun't
Small farm or about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, "No. but I would If I'd had any mon prosecuted-John was paid
for re-nomination from cost three times Its
cundldal' for 12: palmetto trees sot out In courthouse as much.
known as "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash. .ey.-l'hlladelpbla. Ledger.. the: Second District. Mr Stephens grounds The. ferryman reported made of malleable and charcoal
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The Lippincott'place 'on St. Johns River 5 miles from Falat- 10 deservedly popular man in his 80.15 In fares collected. In iron, does not consume half the fuel
h Te district and has mad, a most (III- "February, leaving a balance of fl)8.-!) of other ranges, and as for baking It
ka, one mile of river frontagu. olent com in Inn loner. [t U. not tkdue him, which was 1'8Id-'l'h8 Ie the acme of perfection.

Other properties both in the City and Country for sale on 1 THE[ r PERFECT[ f[ 1 WAY. thought to that him.there will bit any, opposition dered Florahome changed precinct so as, No.to Include 27! was thes. or. cooking With every exhibition range\ wilt sold be during Riven this ab-

easy terms. Apply to HENRY: STRUNZ. Fcr the Third District Mr. It. T.Holiiuo e. >4 of township U s., range: 21 east, solutely free a handsome set of ware.
candidate tomircuud him- and this was ordered published as Read tho advertisement on the
.-- a requlredy by law. inside of this paper. It will Interest
Scores of Florida Citizens Have self. H" lives at /San Mateo nnd Is

:UCU:sxswM'' :eIIUB:! NSJKX:eIielJl1iIillWil! !: : 1iI !II Bi serving his first tern Mr. BoUno The City Council.At you.
Learned It. has made an eflloler.t public servant
and nnjoyes the confldenoe of his the meeting of the city council Lenten Services.
I8IDIiI: WiIJiIJ"III> '! Iilllr:6iI: :: h14 :elNm t1l: ::IOI If you suffer from backache, own people and the respect of his Tuesday night Rev. Mr. Cullom .Rev. Win. Wyllle rector of !8t.:

a+ir There Is only one way to cure It. fellow members of the bonrd. inked the council to consider an ordinance Marks church has Issued neat card
Diamonds Watches and |
Jewelry The perfect way Is to cure the kidneys.A Morgan liohannon of Bannervllle prohibiting bicycles the use announcing the hours of service fur,
has! been selected by the people ol of the sidewalks The matter wasreferred the Lenton season which began on
bad back sick
means kidneys.
r Ills home section as their onnuldnte to the ordinance committee.
the 4th inst. The card
A feature ha been made of attractive Jewelry at reasonable It troubles follow.
Neglect urinary for County Commissioner from the I Rebates on taxes were allowed ns calls for dally week-day services at
cost. Taste and quality always maintained. Doan's Kidney Fills are made for kid- Fourth j)1 trlot. Mr. Hohnnnau U a follows Mrs. Murphy, lie; R C. 0 a. m. and 4 p. in, except Wednesdays -

neye only. wheelrlght and blacksmith and I. a Howell M; Y. A. Roberts $U. when Holy Communion is administered M

Moderate Cost}Jewelry Moderate Cost Jewelry 8 B. Lemons, OI armaker, living at man of sterling worth ; an honest', The Finance Committee recommended at 7 a. m. and the hour
who would make nn and the council decided to
capable man
VERY woman of taste FOR LAmES FOR MEN 1311 Ashley street Tacoma. Fla, says I Ideal, commissioner.He have. monthly financial statement for Evensong Is 7:80: p. m.

appreciates the hand ,Gold Brooches, .Mangle Ootd Scarf Pin.. 0ojdBraosleh cured"I used me Doan's of backache Kidney and Pills disorder and they of will be opposed by S. E Tlm- published. Bids had been asked Do Not Crowd! the s.. o..
I '. mons, W. C. liundy and O. L. Sip- from both the News and the Times.
shed. ( custom-made shoe, HlLtpln", CuifLlnklSllk, the kidneys. Two or three times on I prell.T.!I. H..rahLVhe"' these bids warn- ODHIIed i The first warm days of spring bring
't the Necklaces, Silver Purses, Seal Finger Rings, Gold account 01 the pain In my back 1 was I they were ,dtubo the same, with them a desire to get out and enjoy
few care to pay unable to to work for several days. J. Rogers Is candidate' for reelection -
Gold 'Vatche., Watch ChILln.. Can.... go Both were rejected and new bids the oxhillratlng air and suuahlne. Children -
The secretions of the kidneys were In to the board from the Fifth
travagant price. Stud asked for. that have been housed up all win.
and Signet RII'Ra. Eto. Umbrella, Gold very bad condition dark In color and It District, and so far has no opponent The old city hospital building on ter are brought out and you wonder

'Our "Qu.een Quality allowed to stand would become of the Mr Kogern has made a most 1.tl1c1.mtm..mbltr Orange street was sold for $40. There where they all came fron. The heavy

DIAMONDS AND OTHER OEMS consistency of Jelly. I tried various of the board and his cnntln was. lot of reports of committees winter clothing Is thrown aside and
4.00 Custom Grade remedies, taking what seemed like gallons names In office would reflect: credit and small business matters that many shed their HuiQela. TileD a cold

ts offer its advantagesat Solitaire and 1 Cluster Rings' Brooches; Superb Stones of medicine and I also put on las., upon tile constituents.FOR k'pt-Ihlt council till 11:80, but littlebU"llipU wave comes and people say that grip la

of the finest cutting.Peru's' tare, but nothing helped me until SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. of Importance was trans epidemic. Colde at this season are

t a moderate price.That's Dona's Kidney Fills\ upon the advice nt' John H. Green will hll a candidatefor IIcted.Cba..erlain'. __________ even more dangerous than In mid-
_ Fined a friend of mine, and using them according winter there Is math more danger of
CUT QLA3SSVYITTH the school board from District
Cholera and Diarr
why they have Wurkmeuehlp to directions they cured me In avery Colic pneumonia. Take Chamberlain';
Puf Cough
_.._- No. 1. Mr. Green has lived In boss Kemsdy.
ped into instant favor. -- short time. nee county lno..' 1803. and for 40, Remedy, however and you will\ have
a For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents veers hws resided on a Farm nFruitliiml ,""r This r> midy has been In use for over nothing to fear. It always cures, and ?

the Jeweler. Foster-Milbura Co., Buffalo, Hew York, He l Is a gentleman who I thirty years sad has proved llselftob, we have never known cod l to r.stilt ID

RBERT CROOK sole agents for the United States, enjoys' the respect of all his n,.lir>i. i the most sui'orinsful remedy yetdlscovereil pneumonia when It wee used It I.! (
DIIIIIiIGIiIII: !! DiIII! bars end U In every way null' ,,u'. for bowel uniupialnis. It never pleasant and Slits to take. ,Children J
r- :Remember the Da01Do&l1'all.1 for the offloe he seeks. Hs Is a tails Hold tiy Ackerman-8tewart DrugCo. like It. For sale! by Askertwas ttteTHE ". I IDruq

.eEsIesissiwcssisnssa. J take r other. member of the present board anti C.. 4yy

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r THE PAL.VTKA;. : NEWS The Lake City Index advances the employes. Thousands and thousands I SIMPLE HOME. RECIPE I t

? name of Hon. Frank Adams for national of men. suddenly; and without '

"'. ...Entered maUabl.at tile Palatk l postoffloe committeeman from Florida, 'What State Editors notice, have been thrown out of employment ,Wix This; Helpful" Recipe at I :

ola... matter of the second and of course tbe suggestion Is meet- are Saying and yet with strong rn>sand I Home ana Try it. C
ing with stalwart frame and a willingness prescription< pbarinftoiieha.f- : Merryday
: p.1hll bed s t Palatka. popular approval. Frank to work as was shown before Get from any
fohbowiituFluid ,
on Adam. chit the
Friday by prove an ideal the paulo, they are now arrested a ijendeliolt, .
: for the plane Cut. Out the Pedigree criminals and sent to the chain gangs I Compound 1\l&rll'ol1.: I oliliOuioinpoufld ; Dealers In

1L/SSELL&VOKERS. Some Candidates for office In this 'In- and turpentine farms to labor as (ounce lIyrup:: larstlpMllIlI: three I
"'.. ... two or three of .Paiatka's: slaves
patriots tensely
KUSSELU Bsltor practical age of th. world
__ "are just now make. Isn't our very civilization a hollow ounces. bottle and tuktl BteRIIPuonlul /I
busily engaged In mistake and lose time In amphasUlutr Shake well l ut a Crate Materialof
!f (lIocltfOry' Isn't our treatment of the elleh meal Rnd
: THAT "COMPROMISE." arranging tbe slate for the annual the excellence of their ancestry untoitucid.-thdee who are victims does artel'

la ome of the municipal election while the average and presenting the merits of of untoward conditions travesty at hedtlrllo. eml,
administration theirforbears valid IN ns.dd. by an
as a claim of 'I'be above
"controlled" newspaper recently tax payer-tbe man who pay. their own npon the suffrage of the on justice? Isn't. our statute' deaLing mint authority, who writes III a New all Kinds.

; appeared an elaborate alleged account the bills and takes It out In kicking people. There wits a time In the with these of unfortunate Ignorance and pmiplo cupIdIty it v..r.IIhrhlmare ..? York d.lly paper R' the tll"'Ot pre.

of the Is serenely cultivating a callosity on provincial and sentimental eraof clpUun ever written 10 relieve
"compromise" four lot of machine
between our politics when Every year. a 'J'roublo.Vellk '
that kind of Kidney
; \ the trustee of the I. I. Fund his subsequent end. argum politicians visit us and tell UfO of fleckahe Fruit and
and the "nt had its weight, but It don't go Blndder arid ,till bums 01 Urinary L
their love of the "common people, ,
L. & N.n.B.Ca. now. : mlxlurll act.promptly .
salcTtbat 'l'hlb
concerning claim It Is
Fighting dlfllcultles.
Bob Evans of their devotion and love for the
: to Cut it all out gentlemen oHod- I the "H"''"""" tissues
a cum of $281.000( the proceed of Is to be on :
banded clothed
a vice admiral'scom- seekers, here in Florida. You "poor man and after being .niiblln them 10
110,000 acres of land claimed are with the of high office hasten of the Kidneys, "Vegetable"Wraps.
the mission
by upon' bla arrival with the calling the people to vote for you, filter mid strain the urlo acid .nd '
to the seat of government
Oomp&oyaupsrloftheamountdue battleship fleet In San Francisco harbor not for your ancestors; and while the away other waHto matter from tlieblcol
and enact laws that make a
r on lt. grant, and which bad been Advance knowledge of this laws governing heredity are thus far crime. Ocala Banner. poverty i which causes Kbemnatlsm.S .
old by the trustee very .obscure aud we know little persons 'I ho miller with Ihe'
.. Ibis program will go a long way toward about then, enough Is known from mictlons! m.'y i'',,t- feel! '11I"III1"d! 10 I) .
; itatement appear over the relieving him of the attack of goat actual observation to warrant the LAKE COMO. place much eonfldniieuln thli I slir.ple.

signature of one I. B. Hllsoa a Ula- from which he has suffered! since conclusion that a mighty poor sort ol mixture yet those who hats tl'l..llt'

rl credited former state printer who leaving Rio Janlero and put him In a son can come from a mlirhty: good Mrs. J. D. Mitchell hal returned eftY the results are simp \ surpr slnir,

bad gotten out presumedly for his shape for the enjoyment of such reception sort Urn of a latter father and that the virtuesof from Jacksonville where .he h.. the relief being eir-cu-d without theslightest Palatka Florida.
are not stomach or
necessarily this ,
.t been the few weeki. sluicing at Injury to
outrageous past
) performances
In that L
capacity festivities as will go to both transmitted to the former.
the other 1111.
revival held orla
although he bad been the pet feet. In thin age every tub stands on Its there by Kev.meetings Earle D. Sims.being Mix some and Rive It ft trial. It

of both the Jennings and Broward -_..... -- own bottom and to lean on An an"- .... certainly comes highly; recommend ,
-' adminIstration A* no reputable tor Is a confession of woaknellsLincoln : Abe Mr. and 1\fn. Houstan of Tarry- ed. It Is I the prescript. >ll of nil eminent
had no ancestor to brag town. N. Y., are guests nt the Highland whose entire
newspaper should have admitted Right to trs Point. about but he seems to have done House. authority ..To'CUIII-: t:>.. ---- -- -
"Tbe it Is said was'
following letter, said a travelIng Lion
anything from this person to It. columns pretty well under the circumstancesand here at liomn: when
Mr. Robert. A druggist "
returned Sunday from ReRl te
"was Eeta.
man received
by a friend of to have achieved -A.pren.ey
and a. no one would believe a mine quite a respect St. Augustine where he spent the asked stated tlmt he could elLiot'
,, who was dmmmlcg up trade In able .standing\ history. He traveled mix| the
word said or written week. supply the Ingredients or
by him no confidence New' Cnicland for a New fork necktie strictly on his personal merits past readers, also;

; whatever In toe accuracy of house.. : and his fitness for the Job be sought, Mr. and Mrs. B. MacNulty were prescription recommends It for as our harmless.Indifferent. :eeY-D..oJ. L IB-curt j

-I 3 the facts alleged can be possible and, 'We have received :your letter with and his example Is a good one to visitors Palatka recently. ,

t : Indeed It appear. that the statement expense account What we want Is orders. .. gentlemen their who plume themselveson Miss Claudia Green of Tunn. was : PALATKA, FLORIDA.

i '. roust bave been Inspired (if not written We have big famllloo to make should make lineage votes and for them.Insist that It visiting friends. In the village; recently "I ca'i't give! you tin opinion on that I

) by e -Oov. Jennings in a des expenses for os. We find In your expense The best way for a candidate for '. question." tbe statesman. replied "be;

perate attempt to reinstate him In account GO cents for Mlllards.' great or small office to bore an audi Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan entertained at cause It's a qtiostlou I pay no attention Realty' of all kinds bought, sold, exchanged Rllli reitte

I;. : the good opinion of the Florida Please don't buy any more billiards; ence and prejudice his case in these a "hrldc whist party"recently. Mrs to. I am Indifferent to It-as Indifferent
peo- also we see f2.23 for horse and buggy. inconsiderate time. I* to start out 8. Henry OI Word won first prize, and as the hllcllllwoodAlllan'B.lto.* ,. Headquarters of the Southern Brokerage Co

ple. Where Is the horse and what did you with the story of his pedigree and I !Mrs. Wheden won the honor prize. That InOy. iou know, looked on while front of Putnam House
Nevertheless it Is curious to observe do nitu the buggy The rest of your the exaltation of his Jl'oneal.Penncola Delicious refreshments of turkey ber huslinn had a tierce hand to hand opposite .

: that even according to this In- expense account Is nothing but bed. Journal. ..sandwiches cakes tea and confections tussle with a hear and afterward she -

Inspired statement the wonderful Why Is It :you don't ride more In tbe afternoon were served. A most. enjoyable said, It wits 'tbo( only light she ever .
/ nighttime? Want Pardon Board's WAS spent -- .. "
"compromise for the making of Wings ClippedJoe saw where alt didn't care who won. -

which so much lavish praise la given "John says :you should stop In Oos- Duncan a negro tie camp boss, The Conio-Pomona cemetery committee '- c c U. UOPSK BAlLot. J It A,;",B1UL|
ton. where his cousin George Moore and Will are getting up an entertain { Pmnlilent.The .
McDonald On.
and Going
to the trustee It that for Douglas I :
; :
appears lives. John ment to be given on cbs 12th at the !i
; Its claim to the (284,000) the railroad says you should sell Mooro Smith also negroes were convicted M. E. church. The ladles wish to A terrIble uolso of thumping and j Let us know yourGrocery .y.dJ'
a good bill. Give the fall
good prices-be Is term of the Jefferson stumping tonic from Bob's room early G. Loper
company gets $125,000 In money and John's cousin. Sell him mostly for County Circuit Court In 1005 of beIng etery.raise money for beautifying the cem one moiiilntf :.. :! : Bailej),

4A 440,000 acres of laud 1 And the state cash; also John say :you can leave accessories-after.the-fnct In the "Dolibj. Hobby," called hIs mother fcs
gets only 100,000) of money. What Boston at 11:4: la the night and get to on'e of Caesar Ulvens. convicted ol There Is an epidemic of colds, (regular from domiHtali "nhat Is going on \ e Fire In5urance:

has become of the remaining o9.000 Concord at 4:35 In the morning. Do murdering; another negro named la grippe) going through the tlicvo'"My
Sullivan. Duncan known as "Joe village-almost everyone III the place up \ s
does not appear. What kind of a this and you won't need any bed. And, Dunk" had previously escaped conviction suffering, some folks being confined shoes," replied Bob. ;, f4eadingArnei'ican: and Fc1

f compromise was that I Why does remember what we want la orders.' on serious charges on technicalities -, to bed for several days. 3 WantsJ fiJ : .

r' not the I. I. Board publish a minute ably urged by eminent coun- There Ono Drawback. ; LI Companies
: was preaching In the M. E.
sel. He, with several .. r
Trading aa a Fin. Art. others- It will
Olive T\ lint Improvement
Itemized statement of It?-Tallahassee A grocery store In Nelson) Lancashire them the above named McDonald tor.church !Sunday: morning by the pas bo If the time ever comes when everybody and we will lie pleased to nJ Accident Insurance'

True Democrat. and Smith-had held two __ _______
was managed by a colliers wife. ''lI..a. up depu i-nn get a scat In the street cars. furnish you with the best n I

'. It I la possiblothat the-Hon. Ion L. One nlgbt tbe good woman was com Mark with Ulmer pistols and and J.murderous M. Reynolds -I Deafness Cannot lie Cured '-'olet-Ob.' I duu know A girl ttonld goods obtainable at eurpriaiiitfly P I'he Travelers] ot [liar"'

pelled to leave the shop for a short threats. and by local application. .. they cannot men' the never be mire then that xbo was pretty. I
Karris hue relieved them of .
attain been"
hypnotized? a ne. dl QAf 4l portion of the .ar. Thorn In only on* low prices. ,
time In :
charge of her husband giving erG whom they held In custody. wny to cur I.alD.'i., anil that Is by oonHtltutlonal I -Puck. ; Life Insurance:

Pleasant A. Holt, one- of the most him full Instructions how to act and The warrant for the negro being Improperly flamed rem.dl condition of::the..* In CAuseu, by an In. None but Firel-class !goods t
raucous llnlnyor tli
especially cautioning him that lu tbe signed they failed of conviction Euatnohlan" 'lube When 111. lube !. Inflamed Some children act as If It were a ;: The
M astute politicians In the shite. I Is : itml shelf room heroVe Old Kwlinble 'fanLife"
event of a customer presenting a Jar on tne charge of Interfering you rumbling sound Imperfect constant surprise to them that their ; Jj }

,,- managing the senatorial campaign- or pot and asking for treacle. Jam or their with! duties.officers In the discharge ol rI:7.d In till renu.lt.when. It and 10 union. ::' ll0to the InflitmmiL..fl, Deafness parents had the excellent taste to pick z;;; nut ti> convince you of this Jjso : of New York

; or Hon. Duncan I!. Fletcher. pickles lie "tnuafc be sure and ucliru._ This annir at ii''irrnruflmns lion can be taken out and lUll tnbo Featured" lo them out-Nantucket Inquirer and I como and Bee for yourself
tb' pot." gathered from fur and near, It. normal condition bearing will be destroyed |j jj
H on. Jefferson B. Browne of Key by their lawlessness and drunken foreverj nine cases out of to'. are cancel by i or, phone your order in to [
Full of confidence, tbo collier Installed carousing had earned bad Canu-rh, which le nothing but so Influmeilcondition : : j Marine Insurance:
West Is touring the state lu the Interests a name In vt the, niuooun surfncesMe ,, No. it will
81 and
: himself behind
counter. In a the receivedprompt
e ) Lloyd neighborhood Three ol will' .Rive One Hundred. tenth... for any Mirror.Have {b
of.hlscandldacy for governor short time a lad ran Into the shop and them Including their leader "Joe vaaeof eafne8aonneod by catarrh) that ,,. and careful atten- The
d"i :: [t:1 j Lsadimg
be Cotapni
accompanied by Mrs. Browne, and piped out: Dunk" were finally convicted as before circulars not cured,fret*by. Hall Catarrh Cure One : : ;

right here Is where he has one de. "I want two pound o' pickles fur ml stated. The cane was appealedand P. J. (CBKSEV.CO.TootIoO 12 tion.Free :\\J
faytbur, and here's tb' pot"Thu the verdict of the lower court Bold by DruKBl.tn. 7110 All Claims PromtSottled.
cided advantage over Gen. Ollchrlst. sustained. Soon after they Take Hails".mllll'1l1.for constipation. ::: R
began to
good man carefully weighed tbe
News pot and exclaimed serve their sentence of five years at DoctorNo .
The congratulates s Sheriff : hard labor efforts were made to
.1 Howell on the success of his efforts 'ay, lad, th' pot weighs enough pardons. The News and other secure A For Em.rgsnolss.bankIng L.C.Stephens fffle, aft Prr-rtBt, PlLATL
for suppression of "blind bowt pickles but I'll gl' tbl! one or two forces labored to prevent pardons reserve Is for uBe, not
: tigers"in any nay."-Liverpool Mercury. being granted. merely for sboIt- Is for use In times sense in running[ from one
Putnam county. There has never A few weeks ago the board granteda of emergency, "let some bankers look doctor to another. Select the :3:2 Orocer, fe

been a time In the five mopths since The First American Dual. pardon to Joe Duncan. A repre. upon their reserves very much as the; M u I

the sale of Intoxicating liquors wan In the year 1MO( occurred tbe first sentative of the New. making Inquiry superintendent of a hospital regarded best one then stand by him. Kirby and Morris Streets. New Stock

outlawed In this county, when Its duel known to have taken place on at Tallahassee reports that Its emergency bed. A patient all banged Do not delay, but consult him

sale by tigers In Palatka has caused American soil. Tbo principals, Edward Hon.while T.not L.appearing Clarke ; of personally Montloello before -, the up lu an accident was brought to I In time when you are sick. Palatka, Florida. jj Garden Seeds I f

comment. True there have been Duty and Edward J-clster, were surv- the bonrd. had seen the Governor hospital one night and was told Ask his o p-i n i Ion of Ayer's

-. some violations, but there have also ants of a Mr. Hopkins one of the New and several members of the that there was no room for him. "Why Cherry Pectoral for coughs r.r.r. r.r.r. r.Mr.r.IUIIIo'IIl.JIJILI1IIt
England colonists The men bad quarreled board and made a strong; plea ver not put him In the emergency bed?" It Spring Planting.
been and .
some arrests would-be violators .
t. was suggested. "It and colds. Then use it or lJSGtil ';111I'mtI.1IIIII/ :
over some trifling matter and resorted bally and In writing; for the prisoner' we put him In the I

have been taught respect for to the field for Ita settlement relense. This activity on the emergency bed." It was replied, "then not, just as he says. 4 i 1m') Our prices are us 1 Int
law thanks to both the sheriff and The affair was stopped by the authorities part of Mr. Clarke Is not to be criti wo would have no emergency bed."- Delicious H

the chief of police. But to the sheriff' but not before one bad been deed since he was the nearro's attorney Wall Street Journal ,w. .illBbjmr fornulM IWtTbamUh W i t as seeds of equal hi,
*. and I it
I. committed the duty of the law. wounded In tbe thigh and tbe other In such to do bound his best while to get he remained him free. A' from our m M loohol>lolitB I 3 Bon Bons rW)] quality can be sold.

enforcement In the country precincts, the band. There was no law covering All the evidence offered to get this. :, Mother A Clever Sofiama* W.-ii'r 0.....r... "ou,"our 10 | I
V and this i Is not an easy job. At Crescent such matters, but the governor of tbe paidon was nil affidavit made by (examining school report-) do.to. Ji and I We handle nbsolul
25 miles province decided that the men should Caesar Olvens who swears that he How did you come to have such good W }
City from the sheriff'soRlce
Always keep a box of Ayer's Pills In the Chocolates K, nothing that has n
marks In
be lied when he testified that Joe Duncan arithmetic this week Tom ,
punished nevertheless. At his orders house. I _
there Is no Justice of the peace was it party to his murder of Scilllvan. my-Well, you see, It was tbls Just one pill at bedtime, now and H}I I
they were sent to bare their beads way: then will been
off carefully
or deputy sheriff and blind many an attack ol = All Home-Mads Candles gn
: tigers and feet tloil together aud lie In that There was no petition of citizens We bad ten examples a day, and 1 got biliousness, Indigestion sick headache. I
?* through the neglect or Incompetence condition twenty-four hours without but tho following names of the the teacher to help me to do five, and How many years has your, doctor known If Something added Ii I from the choicest:

" ) of the town authorities have thrived food or drluk. They suffered so much, Capt.prison, guards J. F. Miller appear, yard: J, P. Parrlsh.D. Eric Jones got her to help him on the these pills? Ask him all about them. new i: I Northern Stock Sec

to the extent of becoming public however that they were released at Avery C. J..Leltner.. J.man Wheeler.; C. other five. Then we swapped helps. -Kod by the_ ;:.C.4yer Co.low
; scandal. This fact coming to the tbe end of an hour. D. H. Avery, J. T.' Vlnlng, guards. SeeUarp.r'a, Herbert-- I= L. A. SMITH i c for seed purposes, si

sheriffs knowledge caused him to J. T. MussewhiLe, 8. O. Parramore, Spencer and the Puddles. (i suited to the most "
On no
one occasion
set the machinery of the law In Tlio profit of a ROM' mlno d"pon.lo. not on the drift-riders. Impartial."Mr. was Herbert Lemon St., Pulatkiw
and result Friday mount of rock erected under the tuml. but Here we have an eminent attorney Scattertou prides himself on Spencer known to ride when going to g! ) cal Market and Oa,
motion as a last u ixin the amount of sold which can be extract.ed backed by the statement of a convicted being strictly Impartial. a dinner jetso carefully did ho gear U I' itz, .IIIIIIIIII: iIIii mil'':'_];IIWCII iIII IDJ
night that vigilant/ official made four from the rock. In a limiter say the eSi.,,. murderer and self-confessed "Yes," answered the unamlablo himself against the chance of solllni, den Trade.
or food which la eaton doe not dm>cnd on the man
.arrests at least three of whom are quantity which' IH taken I Into the perjurer together with the names ol "I once went shooting with him. Uedldn't bis dress shoes tbat bo bnbltually ca-
: .na"oxCc't.t" ;:: :\ For
,, few convict
upon the amount nf o camp attaches obtain tied .
ready to plead guilty. Even men from It by ..... organs of nutrition and dlKentlon lug a nullification of seem to care whether he bit the a bundle of old newspapers uude
a verdict
-. who are opposed to prohibition will U holt thctfti organs: are UuRxcd I boy full secured at rabbit, the dog or one of hIs friends." bis arm. These were for the purpos New and Up-to-Date
great to the
; tax-
.to extract the nourlHlimmit lit HUMIclnnt ouan-- expense of Ackerman-Stews'
applaud the rigid enforcement of law title to upply the needs of the several orKaimof pavers Jetferson County. being dropped, one by one, Into eacb Furniture 1m''

: on the part of the sheriff the body: ,, and those organs cannot, work Note now what was done to prevent The Dangerous C.... mud puddle he might encounter 00 and
.without.trouble,"noijrlhhmontt liver .'trouble,The" and reault many Is another heart this outrage on legal procedure. One of the surgeons of a hospital crossing the street By the time li 0 House Furnishing Goods Drug Co.

Congressman Frank Clark Improved ,:,: .rnl '. I'lerce Golden 1 Mudlcitl 1 UUcovery The editor of the News went In per- asked an Irish help which be considered reached biB destination the store of papers .
on every organ of the tltKa,llvw unit Hon to the Governor's office left was erba at low
with prices
; his opportunity In the House nutritive NVMUim roHtoros t It to neulth and the most dangerous of the many : ustOO. Muddy shoes ODIbo very Palatka Floriiln.
of Representatives on Monday to vltcor. It cureit ,dUeuHea remote front tnoNtomach the ovel'lIor'a secretary. a brlel cases then In tha hospital. "That, sir," i return walk did not matter to bin Go to I, ,
through the elomiub In Which tho'Origiiiate.i. statement of the case, and asked an In the
t e voice the Indignant protest of the "Golden )llIdlc.llIl..o..rl"' cotitulnv opportunity to bo heard before ac- said Patrick. be pointed to a case of least.-London Caterer.

E ?, people of Florida at the wholesale, neither alcohol nor ,....outlo.. tion should be taken. Oil Governor surgical Instruments.

c'. charges of peonage which have been Broward's return the writer sent two In the 1 Klondike: region In luldwlnle R. S. Mooney --- -
personal letters to the Man's wrinkled face la the original the HUH i'In,'
brought against them by the depart Wonderful Printing. Governor train 0:30: to 10 a. m. anti I I AMaxi'sHoiIs
,' t Bucoii-Thpy any Dauber docs. son> asking him not to act In this case time table.-Dallas News. sets from 2 to 3 p. m. Palatka Florida.
ment of Justice as represented by At without iHvlnir |H i
A wonderful (* "AIIM nf tlrla' nmin.ty k
. nork.. Egbert-Yes. I tin- ----
, slstant Attorney General Charles. demand be some a chance to be heard. Other cltlZBIIB -- His Cast
Russell aided by Mrs. Mary brace painted bananas wrote also to the Governor Undertaking and
green, and In a month they all turned m .klng the same request. With mi NEW THEORY SUCCESSFUL Embalming.

Quacktnbos. And Mr. C'lurlt did the :yellow! _ .."'",,lute dlsreirurd of then urireiit .
! Job In a tnorougn manner, to.,. lie requests the negro- was set free without j-: It should be fortilicj, protcctt

told the story of the O'Hara prosecutions Avoid Extreme F&titfue. any opportunity being/ given: for European Restaurant: with good paint. Ten homo II

il and laid bare the despicable Exercise that brings Into action the facts In the case to be brought; burnt up by slow decay, from D<
every muscle of the body Is absolutely out IN INDIANAPOLISL. FiirnKheJ Kooonis heinli'properly' painted everythat (It.
methods of these ,
special prosecutors, i necessary lit the attainment of The News has paid little attention i is destroyed by fire.And rei,

not only In their efforts to ruin Mr health and perfect physical development to the wild lamentations of other Hot and Cold Baths Colts bllt little to keep aha...'....

Ti O'Hara, but In their cowardly Innuendo newspapers concerning the wholesale painted if the rijjlit kind of p.u<
1 directed at the court and Its Tlrei brain workers especiallyneed parceling out of pardons by the At is used The but painter in Ib,
exercise to the of boaid supposing them to be Inspired T
renew supply
V local If this of Cooper Makes Many Converts world cannot do Job will
prosecutor. speech blood In the brain. for new blood by political animosity. The New. During Charles Kupperhuscli a good ,
Mr. Clark's does not re-iult In an Investigation will give: clear thought and new now sees the matter brought home I poor paint, but give agoodpaii! <

; and laying bare of the Ideas. and tenders Its apologies to itswronged Stay In That City. Palatka FbiCheaeruhsn
I a'rbe
methods by the To avoid that ",,11 In feeling ...1t..r contemporaries. \
employed department any violent or unusual exerl'IAe.jlloan' The News has been a supporter of new theory (backed up by bis' toMI'. B 11'. Campbell PATTON'SPAINTS
of Justice In bringing about the admlnla preparation) advanced > > Of 8224 West .
p' Liniment should be used its raUon' policies-without by I T. Washington Street, bad
these peonage prosecutions, nothing rub-down.. partisanship' or prejudice, and Cooper with regard to the cause of his experience with to say of
t.1d hut can be said or done will. Mr. Mr Harry K. Oilman Instructor therefore cannot be accused of preJudice most 111 health of the present genera. been, a victim of stomach Cooper trouble: 'I have .
of athletics 417 Warren Street In this case tion Is betas sown broadcast by this for
Itox- the paat five
follows\ years-
closed his sick
I Clark' speech a. : and
) It Is the young man. aufferlnu/
of the
bury )Mass.. writes "During myconnictlnn opinion News that pain all the time.
MI L But bad us was the treatment of with athletics and athletes something should be done by the Cooper believes that the human distressed me, I have Everything I ate
I. O'Hnro, he could vindicate himself will say that I have used next legislature to clip the wing. of stomach, bas become degenerate In treatment of been under the
a befurn a Jury of his peers and did do Hlnnn'a Llnltm. III extreme OHSFSof thin bunch of p'lrdoners-l\Iontlellllo civilized races and claims that good have taken all many physicians and
r. "0. If an Indictment were preferred fatigue after physical exertion News. health Is Impossible unless the stomach. of which kInds of medicine, none and you will surely Job d
In a court against all of the people of here an ordinary rub would not Is re-vltallzed. Tbfs he claims to afforded me relief. I was will lock well an ru:" wei!
: }Florida we .would not be asking for prove beneficial with uplendld sucCHSS Tramps and Civilization do with his preparation. discouraged, and was about They are economical painti !to
l thin Investigation bec.m,, a foiutn An article from ready to give up when Mr. wood. Wili much mOIl
I have also used It III massaging Indianapolis Cooper IL10si luvSs eats ilfetn,.. cause they cover: so
l would be furnished In which we elderly men afllloted with rheu We saw a sight In Ocala the other Star daring Cooper's stay In that city came to this city to Introduce his 5wI4' hi II, Ld., tShS.O.t surface and wear to inch lot'"
,.1 '. Quid seek vindication. But its this mat Is m. day that was shncklngto; our moral has this to say of Cooper and his prep preparations. than ordinary painta. The 1ft
ji cannot be done and as thesa. people "We always keep a bottle arounl sensibilities... saw a gang of men aration: "Residents of this city are 'I was skeptical of course, after sold by reputable retailers; "booI
I have preferred an indictment against. the buttes for any household emergency rile by us-enoiiith to fill a car-In being astounded by L. T. Cooper and spending BO much money and business existence; defends opal|

: us before the "bur of public oplulmi" and I always carry one In my handculN. Thirteen of this gang his new preparation. such a large quantity of medicine taking; 100 JaIf...1 I,.. F..,.iM. sa( the continued patronage<< of intifled
but i.dea.
4 we plead not guilty and demand a grip, and will i In the future." were strong stalwart white men. "Reports that preceded Mr. Cooper's like the drowning man, I taeiis5fts.Wb.ea. customers. Get Color; U"
t trial beoretho only tribunal.open to What was their crime We repeat visit hare told of hi. success In other to grab at a straw was ready and Information from
of honorable charged It In sorrow. It was the misfortune localities so secured some
us-a body men RegistratIon Jiutlco. but the Immense success of of Mr.
'$ with the duty and empowered with of bulnic poor I blat medicine and the general belief I Cooper's New Dlucovery modi-
t the authority, to seek the truth. The City IleKlstiatlon Book will In the lanirunge of the statutes of la his theory was wholly unprece to and began taking It. It seemed AckerfflllQ81eoht Dm 1 1Palstka. :

: Iain appealing to my colleagues be open at the City Hall from U e. in. this state tuttle and provided for In dented. help right from the drat dose. I )

t p r aud I know voice this -tishof tin to 1 p. in. on th. following d"yssHiiturdny such cases, these men had "no visible "Eo great is the rush of the public have been taking It for several weeks, For .
I entire Florida delegation In both! I "' February 21)i-h ; Monilav means of support." to this young nan that people stand and can now eat heartily and enjoy sale by FlOrilib.1)atoiiii <
branches of the congress to give our March 3d ; Saturday, March, 7th! ; I We are told, ud it I I. a fact that In line waiting their turn for hour. In my meals for the first time In live G. IH. Davis & Son --- --
.j I people the opportunity to meet before Munilny. March nth i H.-turdi y, Mar. the wheels or funiorle In our larger an effort/ to sea him. The most Interesting years-eat anything, without pain Private lloi [
4*' an Impartial and honest body "f 14th ; Monday March Kith : Hntunlnr, commercial, ontera no louver re- feature of this Is statements distress of any kind. I feel like or Palatka. Florida.

11 Investigators the maligners of lint March gist; Monday. March gird!> ; .,volve. Lumber mill"* In our own.mldat'trot.elo. made by reliable citizens aa to the being-life Is worth living .a"Dew ,
Si y fair name of Florida and there, face and from 0 n. in. to sundown on ti: it- ....,. down Turpentine' actual accomplishments of Cooper's Let ns now See Orltlulr Ever .
iiA to face let "the truth, the whol. urday March 2Hth luotl.HRMIH 'arms' have been largely curtailed. medicine. Among recent statements of medicine explain to MrCooper's remarkable In II,,, rlt)., Prices III'roc8rle.ml .. Best 'In hunk cure., fnniilty of in''dlcal for the niul proix'i''J mr ..8j

.' 4 r... truth and nothing but the truth boJUlly PKTKBMANN: Itillroads owing to a luck of business l- this character tUa following U a fair health Is you If your general ways reasonllb'e JI..trl..I.p"U..n_., reined ">."r I 1<
I"' \ developed. City (Supervisor of Registration. have discharged many of their 'Ulllpl'.. not .all that It should tft 10'10. lot .. Hiwalnl, ntlwilloii(I: ti
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: The Great Majestic RangeIt

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js the only range in the world made of Malleableand

L ;:SET OF WARE Charcoal Iron

i. RJL.IPkted It has, beyond any question of a doubt, the largestand

t j With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking lopperTasitifkl., yLl AICoPI.r CoituFodMAJapTIC bent: reHcrvo !'.

J s :Exhibition, we will give absolutely FREE one NAJL.TItZ I It uses!' about half the fuel used on other ranges, and

does 'better work by -far.
I handsome set of ware as shown. This ware is worth -

: ':,, '.$1, 50 if it is worth a cent. It is the best that can be The Majestic\ All Copper Nickeled Reservoir heats
t the water quicker and hotter thau other. It is the
$ ': ;;'bought. We don't add $7.50 to the price of"the range 1e only reservoir with a removable frame.-

, ;' \ and tell you you are getting the ware free, but sell all I ,i WIL.N leG'L LtM1 I The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic

,, ; Majestic Ranges at the regular price. You the f M1Jlar, lasts three
get ware Range times as long as:' n steel body. f
, ,free Remember this is for exhibition week
only ] Being made of non-breakable material, there i "

I: Rl} :Ware will not be given after this week. This waro is t foroly. er practically no expense for reparingthe Majestic '

,,',. ,r(" ,,;''pn: exhibition at our store, and must be seen to be Lava Pot fl I Cover "' IOmBdEom, As for baking, it i is!' perfection; not only for a few

i :'appreciated. 9'/rinboaooL,. IN .,f months, but for all time to come.

'' 'l' Come in any day during the week. Make our'Iratore III I Id'i' !Oly, A Great Majestic Jtange lasts three times l

I't:i your headquarters. Have coffee and biscuits ;', ', as long as a cheap range, but it don't cost three times ;

,! :'with us. I '::4Ii! I -'i', J ., ', '! ,, ',ni{ ",;" :! rllj//,+.I l Y9xI2iLti / as much
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: ;: Come, if 1011inteurt to buy or not y, ; ;; 9Xl2ta. the above statements, but if you will.call at our store, a \\naa
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information gained wilt ,,'
'I serve you in : : your satisfaction! that/ these are absolute tacts, and will

;, the future. show you many more reasons why the Great Majestic Range ,

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,-." \": S'1'.\'" In Chrirtlania.Many .
Undodgeabla Taxes
, of,tho residences of' chrlstlanla Natur* Vengeance
land,villa-like 1u the midst of pretty "In the past," said the tax: assessor, rilny Informs us that twelve citiesIn h At P At
"governments wero willet They levied h
giirdaoitKWhlca: In summer are full of Asia Minor were swallowed up In ,
taxes that could not be off.There .
bloom aud give tbo streets a peculiar sworn one night. In the year 113; the city of
was, for Instance the
charm,and nenae of' openness. Within, English Antioch and a great part of' the adjacent :
birth tai
of the seventeenth
the r people live simple, wholesome lives, century. country: were burled by an earth
kludlyaud.'hospitable, with that truest A laborer paid 2 shillings as birth tax; quake. About 300 :years after It was
a duke paid !:30.! You couldn't
hospitality".wblch Invites the guest to rouifd It."Burials. get again destroyed, along with 40,000 In- WATCH PAL ATKA ;
share In good cheer without ostentation habitants, and after an'Interval of' sixty :
were taxed, to I
op display; -Ifl! Dinner Is at 3 or 4 o'plock. ;years was a third time overturned,
the station of the dead, from
served b7. trim, fresh looking maids, a shillingto with the loss of not less than GO.IMO
!:25. That, too, could not be
and iiqpper at 8, where, except on formal dodged. souls. In IUD:! the city of Port Royul, r
occasions, the guest Is free to forage "Marriages were taxed. A duke to In Jamaica, was destroyed by: an earth- and This Advertisement
:Irouna Mbe table for himself. Host marry: paid L50; a common person, quake, and the houses sank Into a gulf I
like yourself, half
and hostess drink the health of' each : paid a crown. forty: fathoms deep. In 1003 an earthquake i Ii
gu'I6 .wlth the word "skaal," replied toby "In those days you paid a tat: on occurred In Sicily which either
every servant, on every dog, on every:
; tlio.'eym;, over the glass after drinkIng destroyed or greatly: damaged fifty-
,!AdJ6urulng to the drawing room, horse, on :your carriage,' your hearth, four cities. The city of' Catalonia was Fine Timber Lands For Sale or Lease.
your windows, watches, clocks, wigs,
the )Quests: thank both master and mistroaeidptthe utterly: overthrown, 10,000 Inhabitantsof :
hair powder plate, ribbons, bricks,
; house, and on the next the city perishing In the ruins. In
coal, and candles.
gauzo -ClncillnatlEnqulrel"
meeting never tall to say, "Thanks for 17S5: Lisbon was destroyed by an
fief last itlmo." Ono Is everywhere earthquake, and It burled under Its -
struck by; the frank and unaffected sliu- ruins above 50,000 Inhabitants. In August i Fine Bargain at
ptlClty'of'the: life and the straightforward A Madman's Strange Belief. : 1822: two-thirds of the city of Still offering:
kindliness: of' the people.-II. II. Anunfortunate maniac was confined Aleppo, containing a population of'200- ,
D.Percaln; ; Atlantic In one of tbe Scottish lunatic asylums, 000, were destroyed by: an earthquake. Sisco.
his particular Inllnulty being aa unshakable H A FORD
Thirty: : thousand of Its Inhabitants were :
belief that day Gainesville
every was 4 property
brand of Marble Portraits. burled !In the ruins. ,
Christmas day and that be was dining e
Fine Bargain atWaycl.oss
,, o 'peculiarity of human nature sumptuously on turkey "or roast .
that' l'\m reminded of' dally,"' said a beef and n good slice of plum pud Held Dawn th* Speaker.
IlCUlptor,')."ls the disinclination of' tbe ding. Ills real I diet, however, was of Tho sanctity of' the speaker Is an In- : property, Satsuma.
average man to look upon himself reproduced the plainest, he boiug served twice vlolablo law of parliamentary England,
/ lu marble. The eight strikes dully with n dish of oatmeal porridge. ;yet: once the necessities of' the nation Real Estate
hkalwltb positive dread. It. makes After dully describing to his attendantsthe were so great that an assault and bat Polk: Co. property Beautiful Home
tfc I fed .. If he were looking on his pleasures ho had tasted In his cut tery bad to be made upon his saccod : on
<><>%!liroless body. For that reason It of turkey or what not ho as regularly: person. It was In the third parliamentof >>
l IB;\difficult to persuade many persons uddud, "Yet, somehow or other, everything Charles I. that the angry commons and add St. Johns River near "
irtortH,'modeling to sit for a sculptor. that I eat tastes of porridge." framed their petition of rights. This can Insurance
Ftaiuttutly/ : I am asked why most of This story It was which gave rise to cut at the very root of' the king's prerogative :'
tuy/work, la modeled after dead and the saying: "As palatable as the mad and among those in the house 1 Palatka, Fla. ;
subjects. Tbe answer Is that llv- man's porridge." who opposed It was Mr. Spanker Upon Norwalk property
I Sir John Elliott moving Its acceptance -*. **- .* 1 rr-Tf-it'j.rTTj'a' HrigLT"
commie-The Whir the She Pinch.d. the speaker essayed: to leave the chair Four lots inl! Jack- \
from that of' the painter. Every- It was easy for Mr. Randall to bear which would, of course, have proved I For sale I or _,
I likes' to be painted. The sight of with his wife's remarkable decision of' fatal to the bill. But they: were ready: .
face, one's Ugiiro, onu's clothes, In character at 'all 'times, but her for hd! and Ilollls and Valentine seized 'I Investment sonyille> for sale or :,
hays evokes nothing but plcasurapniotlriiis nacy: be found most difficult to Gbatl'j him, one on each side, and literally Trade forPalatka Agency.
,I. If well done, but to 8eltICf'Urved "I can't quite comprehend her held him lu the chair until the formality \ trade for Palatka y
out of marble 'produces confided to his brother after one try-: of' the reading was over. So 1
.,. overpowering sense of' death Ing experience "Many years 'as w' vital was the petition'' considered that 'I
1,atany' rpnsltlve persons. putoff linllziitlon have becu married, she still surprises Cromwell said in the lobby: afterward, : Property. Palatka Fla property.
at the hands of a sculp- mo. Why, all lu tho same day, sometimeS -I "Had we been defeated I should have \ ,
HI they: are really: dead."-Now In the same hour, she will Bottle left England tonight"-London CbroulA -
I'' Sure.' a disturbance In the kitchen, put the I I
children Just where they: belong, adjust i A Nautical Secret. 1S
matter In the church and then, ,
4 His Broth.r some
Passenger-What makes this boat)
"t<. usual sessions when her judgment ought to be at Its '
; i monthly petty:
pitch so? Sailor-That's a nautical secret -
\\t1lell j In a certain provincial town host, display: the most astounding obstinacy ma'am that we don't like to giveaway I A Few Nice Investments in Palatka to Offer.
In to regulate
'elks ago tbe following Incidentt : attempting my
: ; but, seeln It'II10n, I don't mindtetlln' :
goings out or comings In. It'll-It' In
:you that it's the wayesSan8rsncieco S
the local police constables hade comprehensible." Call. ) Insurance Solicited.:1:
,} a neighboring; farmer on a
[fofbuying n number of' asses Modem Prayer Rug. H. Wanted to Know' i- )
Ting at will the road." Prayer rugs were evidently Inventedfor
On public
Employer: (coldly: )-Why: are :you
efcadnnt fulled to appear, but the purpose of' providing tM( worshipers ,
so late? The Suburbanite (guiltily: Rents Collected and Property Looked After I
bluer, was present In the person with one absolutely: clean plane-" There were two wrecks on the track onCommission ,
,>>clerk of petty: sessions who on on which to offer prayers. It to not this morning .and- The Employer: i
the Sentence of the presiding lawful for a Moslem to pray on anyplace (te.tUrWho: was the other one? \
Cute, "Fined 2s. 2<1. and costs," not perfectly clean, and unless Basis. N
[to the occasion by: replying: : each one has his own special ran" bola Partly Tru*. E S'
| o my brother's, ;your worship. not certain that the spot has not Mr, Nix-t don't believe a word ofrOUl"
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the flue." been polluted. It does not matter to
; story: Weary-Well; that part
lias shocked when his becoming these followers of Mohammed; bow
bout my: beln': out 'of work for nlm:
pon. of fraternal love for the unclonu rug that Is on the flair may:
;years: aa true; as gospel!-Philadelphia
r.s rewarded with an outburst bi, because over It they place the Inquirer, |'
liter.. -Condon Orajle.A prayer rug.whoa thelrd, voUoa> begin




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"I,. 1 1'1'01.10.' of Appllotlon; for Tax Deed. Notice of Application .at B. J. HOSssssrs., Notice Is hereby given that 8, J.BM:
discretion seuivutlonsly hereby F
be replied S. 3. Hii Notice. U giventth of tax burn and B King purchaser of
'After all. we old bachelors mire the' Notice hereby given that of t.u oirtiftoatiNo burn and 8. F. 4 b day oerHUoatw. No. fiDB, dated. the-lob"- day tax
Anne'sWaY2fWinning. et ady Ones." and 8 F. King. purchaser 4tb day. of June oertl .a No OU8, it adtsald ertifoff July A. D., 181IH. ban film\ said c",1I11-o
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On the other side of the dining room said oertllloataIn. : my July D..l898, made aDPllcation oate In my om.M ?and ban made nppllm,
A. D. 1811t.! has tiled ol'llco, and has ..rtd.
stood onto In my thin for tax d to 1..8u. In
door doubled with laughter for tax accord'
up 1u
and hH fl ma.lo eppllnatl.m to I.aue
office deed
lax law. Hald ourtlfloate
for with
: Anne and Norah plotting the downfall deed l to issue In accordance with>I law. embraces embiouet ih!
New following dosiitlb] l
:: of the "dttcreet bachelor." Said certificate. embraces the following' Putnam ootiuty .It!: > pruaPerutyeituwadl l Ip

By MARTHA COBB SANfORD.Coprrl.bto' "No: he just. takes breakfast will) described property situated. 1 In Putnam Nw| of sw}. s-otlnti I, towiiBliln:/ M
Florida"/ to-wlt:
as whispered Norab. county, rang 23-10 !cores "'
{ : ? : ", Lit by Joa.l. Morgan.Young "Then I'm coming over to wait oil, SwJ} of section 8, township J 11 J. range 23-IIU acres.Tbesaid the The weld 1" ml I lining aaBfUKjit' nt .
the table every morning," wblnM| 'r .
land b..lnJ cattIfleatS in
.. .. Anne. The said Issuance lit such rUOeate date of lobe 180Ulllloe of Ldh A Iuv. Cu.redeem. the name Of Frank" Q. Brawn 'It, Unln,. ,
M. Maxwell In toa... date of the
was ;\;urah. "be lobo namauf] Ueunlllil said oeitlficate shall bit
"Yoq can't" objected Clarksou Alit, Unwa In r"'I'her o..oI. I .
W. B. -
e. All her buppy plans were overturned. cause on week days be timikramK''' before In the name oertlfloate of shall be redeemed, ao- Unless said certilloat.e shall be will isaue. cording to law, tax duel will Issue flan I?'.
r : and Just. because. a faithless maid had Into town I said there. ed according to law tax deed on on tholl'h day of April
; Spring we do. He hall to shirt Mrdlug to law tax deed will Issue day of April A. D.. A. h
1 failed to put lu an appearance. It was earlier than Bob does. ou on the 11th day of April A. D. IIIUS. thereon on the 1UU 190S. '
mly hlutory-domestic history-repeatIng Anno. oflloial and seal \ seal Witness my oflloial signature and .
I "So much the better. giggled Witness my signature "witness signature and I sag,
J IJ'I', ... .. itself but Mrs. Maxwell WUB too The arrangement worked out nmoothy this 3rd day of March A D. 1008, lithe day ofMarCA.DHm. / / Ibis! the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1808.
newly married to look upon the misfortune goal JOSEPH PnioE, th 3rd PRICE I [Snail JOSEPH PRICE
r enough/: for the next three mornings [ ] JOSEPH
lu the light of anything; but a Jack and Anne got on capitally to- Clerk circuit' ot Putnam county Florida., Clerk[: circuit oourt.Putnam oounty Fla.I Clerk circuit court.Putnam county, p't| ,

purely personal affliction. t.tproper. lint nil l In quite discreet and Notice of Application for Tax '
Dead :
Her husband. found bur dlaconsolnte-. Notice of Application for Tax lor Tax Deed. Deed,
way of courseOn that. 8. J. Hil- Notice of Application I Notice Is hereby given that S
ly Notice Is hereby given I J, HU.!
stirring the cereal for breakfa..t.wblle .
Goods. B.
r tbe fourth morning however as burn and B. F. Kiug. purchaser of tax Notice Is hereby given that bum and 8, F KinO, purchaser cf tj
the hot tear. ran unheeded down 'nne'tripped of the dining of F. King purchaser of tax No. 5H4 dated
quietly ont certificate No. 8S4 dated the SUi day Hllburn add B. certificate the 4th day g,
her Ou bed cheeks :/ room after serving him. Jack looked August, A., D. 1880, has filed said oerlltoute ortlflcttte No. 211, dated the 6th day November A. D. 1895, has filed bald
? .. "Aren't you afraid the oatmeal will up just. In time to catch her reflection In my office, and has made appll of''June A. D. 1887 has. fllod Mid orilleate certificate In uiy office and has made ,
: ,. be a llttlo too salty: sweetheart?" he In the sideboard mirror as she unconscious atlon for tax deed to Issue. In accord in my offloe and has made appllcawith plication for tax deed to Inane. In an u.cordance ..
asked jovially, at the same time kissing of this betrayal blew him an anoe with law Bald certificate embraces. deed to Issue. In aooordanoe! with law. Seal certificate eta
away a few of the salty drops from audacious kiss from the tips of her lobe following described. property situated law Said certificate embracesfoulowing the braces the following described propent
: ": : her eyelids."How ungers.. Putnam county Florida to-wlt: dosoilbed. property situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-
can you joke Bob?" she Lot 6, section 0, township 11, range Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt. wit:
# between sobs that now burst Beep'ed out It gave Jack a thrill that somehow 2S-10 acres. : Lute I and 2, .section 7, township, 11, Lot 25, section 8. township 11, rang
for a little thing upset the equilibrium The .said land being assessed. at the range! 2a-RO oores. g340 aor....
:. Spider Silk afresh.' "Sh.ho didn't come. of his workaday world to a most. re- date of the Issuance. of such certificate: The said land being/ assessed. at the The said land being assessed. at UK
"Who? Bridget? Well, never mind markable degree. Nevertheless on the In the name of O. II. 111&1 de... Unless dale of the Issuance of such certificate date of the issuance of such oiirtlUutt
dearest; that's a trick they all play. I following day for reasons best. knownto said oorLlfloate sbull be redeemed !01'cordng In the name of Green Mann Unless In the name of Lafayette. Goodwin
i don't care what we have for break. herself Anne chose to be haughty. to law, tux deed will Issue. thereon said certificate shall. be redeemed Unless said certificate shall be redmn
fast. She neglected to bring him bis cream on the llth day of April A. D. 1908.( according to Uw tax deed will Issue ed according to law. tax deed will IBM
But Mr. Cabot does la he up yet?" for his coffee and the sirup for his Witness my official Denature and seal hereon on the IHh day of April A. D thereon on the llth day of April, A. D190H. ,
: Opalescent Silk this the 3rd day of March. A. D 1008. .
.. "Not Jack! lie sleeps and sleeps on waffles. He was obliged to ring forber
and seal
JOSEPH PRICE, official signature
[Seal] my Witness official signature
Sunday mornings. And he won't care my and tn\\
several times Each time she was
It we skip breakfast altogether. You Clerk circuit court, Putnam county Fla this. 3rd day of March, A. D. 1908 this the 3rd day of March A. D. 1908
haughtier than the and
last, once, Snail JOSEPH PRICE
J don't know him an well a. I do Norah. for Tax Deed. [ [Seal] JOSEPH PBICB,
through that same transparent go-be Notice of Application Clerk Ct. Court Putnam County Florida Clerk circuit court Putnam
1 .: You soc, I roomed with him two year. tween be distinctly saw her make up Notice is hereby given that B.: J. Hll county HI

Silk Pongee wben I was bachelor.. He's the a face at him. It was such a comical burn and S. F. King/ purchaser of tax
e best natured fellow living-present little face that he nearly laughed outright certificate No. 604, dated the 4th day of Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Notice of Application lot Tax Died

: r company excepted. If he wasn't I But he checked himself. and decided July, A.D. 1808 has. filed said certificateIn Notice Is hereby given that S. J. Hll Notice hereby given that 8. J. Ill
x would never have consented to this my ollloe, and has made applicationfor burn and 8 F. King purchaser. of tax burn and S. F. King, purchaser of Ui
tI to try a course of discipline Instead deed to Issue In accordance with dated the 6th day of
three cornered tax ertlflcateNo.. 12U: certificate No. I of 15, dated theTth ill)
loving Here hand
cup. law. Said certificate embraces the following June, A D 1887, baa filed said certificate June A. D.188H. has filed said cortlflat
French Voile me "a spoon dear! I'll make the cof "Anne," he said, and his voice sounded described property situated In In my office,and has made application for In uiy office and has made applloillo,
: I fee. almost stern "I want you to dust. Putnam county, Florida to-wit: tax deed to issue. In accordance with for tax deed to Issue In accordance nil
: .: The "three cornered loving cup" wa.. the piano key.. You may do It now, Sw} of net, section 5, township 11, law. Bald! certificate embraces the following law. Said certificate embraces the following
1 an arrangement by which the Maxwell They were so dusty. last night It was range 23-40 acres described. nroporty situated In described property situated I
had agreed to let Bob's chum agony to play on them." The said land being assessed at the Putnam county Florida, to-wlt: Putnam county Florida to-wlt:
: Swiss Tack Cabot, share their cozy apartment Anne'stared at him a moment In unconcealed date of the Issuance. ot such iiertlfloate Lot 12, section 6, township 11, range 80 4 of set: of section 2, township [II I
: Applique In the name of Unknown. Unless said I .
and take breakfast with them thus astonishment then flounced 23-40 acres range 23 -40 acres ,
giving them the pleasure of using. his Into the kitchen. The next moment she certificate shall be redeemed according Tbe Bald land. being assessed at the The said land being assessed. at li
to law tax deed will Issue thereon on
date of the Issuance. of "such certificate
piano and. the luxury of keeping ama flaunted back again, ostentatiously. D. llKJH, : date of the issuance of Buch Gnrtlfli I'.I'iIn i:,
: the llth day of April. A. -
the of
10 came
M. It bad seemed the rosiest flapping/ a dust cloth. Witness my official'signature. and seal said certificate shall be redeemed an. the nome of 000.\V. Bron..ouU. : ;

scheme imaginable but behold it, on At the first awful discordant crash this tbe 3rd day. of March. A. D 1908.\/ cording to law tax deed will Issue thereon said certificate shall be redeemed t
Eoline Organdie tbe very first morning after Jack's arrival that followed close upon her disappearance [Seal JOSEPH PRICE, on the llth day of April, A. D. 1908. cording to law, tax deed will Issue the
on on the II loll day of April A. D. Ill>>
shattered dlscouraglngly Jack gritted his teeth and Clerk circuit court, Putnam county, Fla., Witness. my official signature and seal Witness oflloial .
signature and
In tbe midst of Bob and jNorah's held on to his chair. At the second begot Notice of Application for Tax Deed. this. 3rd day of March, A. D. 1908. this 3rd day my of March, A. D. 1908,
.: joint preparation. for breakfast tbe up and walked determinedly Into [Seal JOSBPII PKIOB
Notice is hereby given that S. J. nil- [(8ea11] Pmc,
doorbell rang unexpectedly the living room. burn and S. F. King, purchaser. of tax Clnrk circuit ct. Putnam county Flol'lda.Notice Clerk ot. court, Putnam oounty, Floriii
Silk Ginghams. "She's come!" exclaimed Norah triumphantly "If you could be a little more careful certificate No. 601, dated the 4th day of I
:. as she rushed breathlessly ," he suggested. Icily. July, A D, 1898. ban filed said certificate of Application for Tax Deed. Notice of Application for Tax tut

I : to the door. Bob stood on the kitchen Anne shot him an inscrutable. look In my office, and has. made application Notice Is hereby given that S. J. nil- Notion Is hereby given that S. J. ill:
threshold listening. from the corner of her eye sat down for tax deed to Issue. In accordance with burn and a. F. King, purchaser. of tax burn and S.: 1?. King purehanerot u
"Oil its you!I" he heard Norah say after a flourish. of the piano stool and law. Said certificate embraces the fallowing certlfU-ate No. 208.) dated the fith day of certificate No. 604, dated the 1st day I

There is in the In a tone of unmistakable disappoint began to dash off a Chopin waltz with described property situated In Jut e, A. D. 1887, has filed' said. .certifi July A. D., 1901, baa filed said Mil
nothing ment. a brilliancy of touch that left Jack Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt : cats In tuy olflco/ and has. made application : cote In my once\ and has. made app
Sw>| of ey, section 8, township 11, for tax deed to l"s'"lln accordance
deed Issue In
cation for tax to aaot
"Well is that all the welcome I get? speechless with astonishment
range 23-40 acres. with law. Said certificate embraces the
city more exclusive. than responded a cheery young voice."I After she had struck the last fortissimo The said land being assessed. at the date following described property situated. In ance braces. with the following law. Said described certificate II

thought you were the cook," was chord she remained motionless, of the Issuance. of such certificate in the Putnam. county, Florida, to-wit: props"situated
In Putnam county, Florida!
this handsome line of : Norah's halt apologetic, halt laughing her hands resting on the keys. name of Hennlng Ld. & Inv Co. Doles. Late and 9, section 7, township 11, wit

reply. Jack came toward her until be stood said certificate shall be redeemed accordIng range 23-80 acres '' NwJ of nej} section 8, township I 1
Reno' Anne Morriar'! called Bob hospitably looking down upon her. to lawtax deed will Issue. thereon on The said land being .assessed. at the 23-40 acres.
Spring Goods. : from the kitchen. "Stay and "Who are your he asked finally, the 11th day of April, A. D" 1908. date of the Issuance. of such certificate. range Tbe said land being assessed. at 1 U
Witness my official signature and seathis In the name of Mrs *!'. O. M..ynard. Unless
: have breakfast with us.. "girl or witch or goddess. ? date of the Issuance of such certlUti
t the 3rd day of March A. D., 1908 .
"Breakfast! Anne covered her said certificate shall be redeemed In the of Eat of H. 8ampeoo,1lees
They are exquisite in returned Anne, pretendIng blushing cheekswith [BeauJOBEtII) PRICE name
Hcoording to law tax deed will Issue
said certificate shall be redeemed
to be chocked "You her hand !
lazy, lazy Clerk
circuit court Putnam Fla
thereon on the I1tb daY of April, A. D.
people! Why, I'm out for my mornIng Jack tried to take them down again,, cording to law tax deed will Issue the'on
19DB\ )
weave and coloring, .: constitutional. Boarder arrived? but she would not let him Notice of Application for Tax Deed witness. my official signature and sealthis on the. 11th day of April, A. and D. tike
she asked mischievously.. "It makes no difference who .. Notice Is hereby given that S. J. Hll. Witness my official signature to
you are. 3rd day of March, A. D. 1008.I .
this the End ot D 19(8.Beal
I March A.
beautiful in designs and 3 "Ob. yes. ," answered Norah resignedly Anno" he said at length huskily."You burn and 8. F King, purchaser of tax I [SealJOSEPH] PRICE, [ ] day JOSEPH Paid

":\Ir. Cabot'H here of course, but need not tell me. All that matters certificate No. SOS, dated the 7th day of Clerk circuit court Putnam county, Fla. Clerk circuit court Putnam county,it
A. D.. ) ,
I July 181)0.\ hall filed said oertifi
6: not a sign of the cook." Is that I love you, and all that I 1
at such ate In my office, and has mad .
yet attractivelylow applloa Notice of Application for Tax Deed.
"Look here, suggested Anne sud want to know la do you"But tlon
for tax deed to Issue in accord : Notice of Application for Tax ft
denly. "I'm a dandy cook and engage Anne had run away from him. ance with law. Said certificate embraces Notice Is hereby siren that B. J. Hll Notice la hereby given that I 9.Hllburn !. ,
prices that they :% to get your breakfast on the spot." She ran straight Into Norah, who was the following described property burn and N. F. King purchaser of tax and 8. F, King, purchaser/
: And without waiting for approval or coming down the hall. situated in Putnam county, Florida 1.0- certificate No. 60S, dated the 1st day of tax certificate No. 131 dated that I
July, A. D inoi has. filed .
Invitation she began to toss off her 'Why, Anne Morris! Norah exclaim' wit: said curtlficata day of July A, D. 1904. has Olxdi
out-rival all Dress Goods > coat and bat ed. "What Is the matter" Lots 21 and 22. section 7, township 11, In my office, and has. made application certificate la my office and has. modiplication
for tax deed to Issue. In accordance
"Oh For Anne range 23-CO acres for tax deed to Issue IDcordance
dear! said Norah flutterlngly answer pulled off her min with law. HiiiJ ceitlflcate
values in Pal atka. 'ft: "Mr. Cabot la coming.,, I beard his future headgear and her ruffled apron The said land being assessed at the following described property embracesthe situated with law. Said 1 certlflcitei"
date of the l issuance of such certificate braces the described ,'
following prop!
door Anne! and said laconically "Introduce .." ,
open. Hurry tn. In the name of Clarissa In Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt:
Slmpklus. Un situated In Putnam Flurlda'wit +
Once in the kitchen Anne rolled UP Then Norah guessed. and, holding Jess. .said certificate shall redeemed according kj of Lot 1, .section U, township 11, : county,

2 her shirt waist sleeves and arrayed Anne's hand In a tight little squeeze, to law tax deed will Issue. thereon rallK" 23-20 acre,. Ei of ew}, section 4, towuahlp:
herself In one ct Norali's compronenBlve went back with her to the living room on the 11th day of April A. D.. The said land being assessed. 'at the range 23-HO acres
All Goods New and gingham apron. "Mr. Cabot" she began dramatically, 1908 date of the Issuance of such certificate Tbe said land being assessed. at i d
"Now, you both sklddoo!" she com forgetting to say good morning "J Witness my official signature and seal In the name of Francis. Colo. Unions fiats of the Issuance of such certlSt

i' p manded. "Just leave everything to me. want you to know my very dear friend this the 3rd day of March, A. D, V.)08. said certificate shall be redeemed ao- In the name of Jeff Smith, Cm
: cording to law
tnxdeed will Issue tbun
Seal ,
The Idea Anne Morris this is Mr. l | JOSEPH PKIGE. said certificate .hall be redeemed
of a bride and groom getting Anne Jack
on on the llth -of A.
\ Clerk circuit court, Putnam oounty.:>lo.. day April. D. 1908. cording to law, tax deed will Issue the
breakfast. for a boarder!" Cabot, a bachelor friend of my bus- Witness. my official denature and seal '
Norah's greeting to "the boarder! bund's. Oh" she added stooping lost. Grumbling Boarder-Mrs. JSuudJs, I this. the 3rd day of March A. D. 1UU8. on U on It the 11th day official of April A D 19U and) ,i.

Up-to-Date. \ when she reached the living room wa' long enough to note the mingled con am going to write to the town clerIc [Baal] JOHIPH PBIOH this the ness 3rd my day of March signature A. D l 1908.i

most cordial. sternatlon and joy upon Jack's countenance Mrs Sandys-Indeed, sir! Whateve Cleric circuit court,Putnam county, Fla. [Seal] JOSEPH PBIC!
.i "Good morning Mr. Cabot. You "I just must go and tell Bob." about, pray? Grumbling Boardur- Clerk circuit court Putnam oountytChamberlain's

S slept well apparently. Bob and I have "Tell him what?" flashed Anne.' Bu About the quality of the water It', Nodd-At what ago are children nl.

been up this long time." Norah had disappeared disgraceful. Why I detected a dls I lowed to act on the stage? ll
CollC. Chol )
i No Odd Lots jt "I hope *you didn't keep breakfast "Can't you guess?" pleaded Jack, tinct flavor of coffee in It this morning Todd-Oil, anywhere up to seventy Diarrhoea KMerer :, .
: or. : waiting Mrs. Maxwell. Did your holding out his arms to her. "Isn't II Lpnilnn! PlfkMiTTn five.-Life. (ail*, Buy it DO"'. 11 way. v.lA4S ,
t rn jtY maid put In an early appearance?" going to be true what Norah tells -

"No; ehe didn't come come as early Bob?" I

ns I expected. But breakfast 1* ready Anne let his arms close about her -" "' '!-'!. .". "

Remnants. now" "I'm. awfully afraid I've spoiled you" 'C''C' 'C''C''C' <"";"ccL:....,. !. '7""' "" ",,,,,,.'.,."_ '_ A"I:
% Anne, becomingly decked in frilly :whispered roguishly. 1"7

: cap and apron, served the grape fruit !, "Don't you worry about that," laugh s ,
\ Irreproachably When she had left the ed Jack. "But this time I'm going to
dining room Bob cleared his throat get the kins. that I saw In the mirror. Particular

and ventured a comment Anne: protested, but be got ItSixUtnth Printing

It is worth your while :ito "Fairly good looking Isn't sue?"

Jack looked up absentmindedly from Century Surgery.

td* come and;see these goods.If v' his paper. "Mrs. Maxwell?" he inquired. Surgery In the sixteenth century was i FORParticular (
"Of course. Bob; of course!" by no means the refined and gently

; "I was speaking the maid" Bob humane science of tbe present day.
it is not possible to visit J corrected, his tone Indicative of wounded Anaesthetics. and antiseptics were Unknown .

'. feelings. and the operating theater was People. r

the store personally' write ""Oh I didn't notice Will be more often Just where the poor patient fell
.} observing next time." In one of the many battles In which i.a

And he was. In fact, so observing the fighting Duke of Guise engaged he ,
t : or send for samples. c was he that Anna --
became quite embarrassed was knocked down by an arrow from .
and Bob and Norah with the enemy's ranks, which pierced his

difficulty kept their faces straight head between tbe nose. and one of the Send
5 "She's a peach 101... Maxwell! Jack eyes.. Pare the famous French' surgeon 4Sto us your next order f for printingand

: exclaimed after Anne's second dlsnppcarance. was on the field, and he Immedl '
: New Shirt Waists. S "Where did you find her' ately put his foot on the duke's face

:. She seems decidedly above the ordinary and drew the arrow out by sheer brute we assure that will
type. force. The operation inconvenienced toto you get
'I "Oh, she first dropped In," replied the duke somewhat, but he survived It

Norah casually "and asked. for tbe and! lived to be assassinated.Answered. toto t the best service

{ :. Embroideries : place." obtainable. We
Well you've got treasure I hope toto
: she won't prove too cocky for her post Two ministerial. candidates named '

j tlon. Adam and Low preached in a Scottish toto R take a special pride in all work

Breakfast over the men lingered at church. Mr. Low preached In the our ,

the table to smoke and read their: pa morning and took for his text, "Adam, s.t toto
and Laces. 6 pen Anne meanwhile clearing away where art thou?" whether it be small

the dishes. Wben a second time Jack He made a most excellent discourse, toto a or large order.

looked up and caught Bob smiling at and the congregation was much edl

the waitress In an outrageously fllrtatlous fled. In the evening Mr. Adam preached toto t Would
manner he could stand It no and took for bis text, "Lo, here I like to prove it to
longer."Bob. am!" you.

a Hattie N. Buky jj Anne was," )he out remonstrated of eight "tbla as,wUl soon never as> -His,- Economy. toto toto: Latest Type Styles. Lowest

': do In the world. Why, old man, youcan't Father-It's only fair to tell you that Pices.

keep a servant at all If you condescend I'm pleased with your economy this

to flirt with her. What under term. Your requests for money were toto'
the canopy are you thinking about?" too frequent last term. Son-Yes, father
: Dalton Block Palalka Fla. ( "I'll reform" promised Bob meekly. I thought so, too so this term .

"I lust thought if we jollied her along I've bad everything on tick-London toto R

a bit perhaps she'd be more contented." Tit-Bits. News Job
J: "That's a very weak bluff Bob ands toto

: -1 the mental moral and matrimonial Lucky .
Smith Just missed
running down
adviser! of this happy home I must Insist toto
on your ignoring the presence of old lady with my auto. Jones-Bah Russell & Vickers
Bazar .
May Patterns. the maid altogether" Jove, you're a lucky dogt Smith- Props.

: American Beauty Corsets. C yourself"But you'll la less be than making a week.eyes Bob at her retorted Chicago Sure. I just News.bad It painted last week toto' Palatka, Florida

"if we're fortunate enough to I.
keep her that long." Little! Feed.StudentSomething .
e .
: *** Jack shruBned his shoulders. Is preying on my

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Hews superior wisdom," the "professor'''suggested. I

", meto us CE3r.t"tnCity 1 1r + neMaichmakers<$' I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

u_ ._ After that, on Saturday afternoons, _
$ be and :Miss Eustls roamed.to far parts LOCAL TIME CARD No.
74. TO 1908
youF Weather Iteport. Mrs. Edwin Gilbert and Mr. and of the city to furniture, china and picture ---' ,

Max. Mln\ Mrs. David CarlL of Now York; are stores and to brass shops down No.99No.33No,29; ..,.ATlONS No,7&No,74No,9&: ;

CrnRoentotly' tarannratnra for the week for end.for spending few weeks at Daytona. *r on the east side. pall IL..r-Pa.l!! -=_ .... DallY---1.Eally De.IJ

ring tnt Foliniary. 2 lh. lUOHi 94 hrs Mr. and Mrs. Carll spent two or three ConiUnc D'Aroy Meckay.Copyriihte6 There were bookstores too, where' I eta, it) I Ini pc:: 11 lace(10 ion atn S 7 .J iia,,, Ar..I.::::;:::::.iitLiVi1I,.,,, ,,, ::::::::. :. Ar TiJjm 020 mim.: fit lit psi.m ''ft :,,:
pebruitry 1.a.m. U p. m. Vp. m. 14 bra tbe reveled. What be 10181"n, lI68.m 9 25 .
professor questioned SIn ksistkn..lit' 011I OOS U 18
9U. Biui.rcliiy..... 41) (Id 47 00( 49 days with Mr. Carll's\ mother and unu pm 1211 pIn .... ..... Ar.... .... ,UoluIOrmnud..L. pm ''' pm ..sin....
; p arden Seed 11-1.. Hnmlav.. .. .. .. 41 iw4! til (19 5NSI. '.i sisters last week and will likely return 1008. by; P. C. Kmtm.nt.It could give more cheerful aspects no) "m lit' I"" lloa "m ....................() ..................Lv UM 51'1n I'm 452 ala

III). !Tniwdav.Momlny' .... 47 40 00 7utf 60 IK 'I'Km: M 4 40* for another short visit before --- to a room than volumes. of llmir m: sin sin H pn l"n: aM un an .Iv; .:....:::::id'::i3myrna.,,,, .;.::::::::::i.e : r.::: m pta pin: : lii ma sin sum

VII. \\oilnniiiliiy.. 6lll4 ((10 0987" 8.'Mi red leather and andirons of hammered H8nm 811)nn lJ8pm ..... ........ \' ........... au pm RRO.m
27. Tburailay, 4T< lit 40 112 . Frill",... ... Ull OM 40) D7M Silt Jcloim Brent :.,. ... .... ,: ; :::: : \ : ::: pin so
'V Stock come to Crescent City this season made her entrance and the -'..,'.'.. silo pn i.e..ifittitlajile..4.v:::::::::::: .... .. ...
which combined amazing trilogyof
R. 1 U. WILLIAMS. OlMnrvnr. much to the regret of many old oil the boarders at Mrs. I'onnlngton's cheapness, beauty and light. 'S W': ,';U' 'sto ;i n' :JZ I r.:: I iv.;, :::::7;:..:.trrt..ItItbrii l'imr, ; u.t::::::::::: ::: .mist..pin'. i'i.U;
table looked, up with soup spoons sus 110 a'n' 760 I"n 8M pi, Ar.\I't 1'"lm 1I..oh..I.v a..m 900
1t. Tust --- --- -- -- pm

!. ......."" "" friends K. Doreen here had' erectedon pended. The dingy background of the It was over when this they discovery were secretly that the rejoicing i g am an:, m i'm 3m:: I TOll is I P'n jn:':, iv' :.:.:.::.....>.Broekur ii l'inole..:...:::::::.Lv.my an.:::.. :it it)? em am ua:: .'a,

rjlved has garage: dining room wall holjlitenod rather 1010 um 10:16: pm 1010 'iifl '............... ,,, .... ..........L. 718.... 8110 pm
5 the Prospect street front ot his than diminished Helena's bomb fell. Miss Brent accosted Miss 11 OO.m .......... .,I UtI uo J.v_.. .... .......Allnllll., ..............Ar P 280 .......... soo pm
.. Personal and-Social .. beauty. Rustle at the hour of kimonos and 1I40.m ......... .'Silo 'UD Ar. .. .. ......1I0D..lo.d....... .....Lv .i140 ............ 2tO: pm
= homo grounds. His automobile, Against Its dull tan and brown patternher candlesticks. '001'10 .................. .....Ar. ....iCIehts, Key l>o'.k..I.v.. ..... ............IOOO.D..

."" ......"" "" ...... which arrived lust week, is a CadllliiO supple young figure stood like a I've come to tell she said simply .- S "x.u't8mn.mny\ '

brilliant bas-relief. you _:._ __ PALATKA RANCH_ _ _
titioncry and Toilet Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Stnats of Plain- 4-cyUnder of 82 horse power-a "that I'm going to be married." "
of the horses In So Professor Macklyn. thought as he \o"v.. EAS'r PALATKA Arrlvo' Le.-; PALATKA TO Arrive
field, N. J. were gucmts ub Crescent power which many "I knew It all along, dear said lit.
_ Lrtic1e. this section seem to .dlspute. But looked at her quizzically from behind tie Miss Eustls and kissed her. "The 4cs! TO PALATKA Pa'a.h Platks EAST PALATKA_ t12O.m :

Inn.The mete our horses back numbers his steel rimmed eyeglasses. She was professor and I consider Mr. Sturgls a 48 I'olly........ 040 am 8.8.m 41 I."n,........ 8011.110
are mostly
Shakespeare club with youth personified, ao...youth was at a 020 am 49 1'"lIy........ 840.m Dot om 40 "oily. ...... cci

Mrs, Morse last Wednesday afternoon and when they learn more of this premium at Mrs. Pennlngton's, where splendid Amazed fellow.laughter broke In ripples mao are) an Jn .Ifu:::::;:: : to 55 H::,:: ::::::::.) ) sin i'm J ii sm a pta em .No::::::::}; : R ::,::::).::::::::.I [!g i"n 5,0.

tsifld's Drug Store modem method of conveyance they elderly bachelors and maiden ladles .1 "it ""m M I.nlly.........4UII loin 4tll I"n M l>aIl1.... ......520 P'o'

Mr. nnd' Mis. Frederick Whitneyof will do less "kicking," It Is hoped. and middle aged married couples supped across"Mr.the Sturglsl"face of she Helena.cried. "Why bow IO15IItitfl sea I i'm:: : :::: : f.6 t,5 Thlv)::::))'::::::::...1 i.LitL'i,! llti::, Ig11(? i"a:: ::::::: : iT 1:,'I: ...::::::..: : ,,:::

Crescent City, Fla. Boston are sojourning for a time Jim Harper has purchased the nightly on the viands Mrs Pen- perfectly funny t Didn't you know he _ _SAN MAIL.O BRANCh ,,

at Grove Hall. grove properly ou the east side of nlngton sparingly sot forth. was engaged to a girl out west? He L ;::;. EAST PALATKA At' i : o SAN MATEOTO Arrive
Helena Brent was different from all .
Lake Croucont formerly owned by hifather told me so tbe first night I ever met Palaka TO SAN UATEO ik EA.T PALATKA pL .
E. P. Butler'and Hiss Edith P. these and Professor Mncklyn's own Mr. .1'I 'oo
Duller of Sunderland Mass. tire and has set out to make a fine middle aged heart was going out to her him. And be knows my fiance 4110010 .No. 45 1>""y........ HOom 4 5) am..a. 48 I.lIy. ...... OIOsm

guests: at drove Jln.ll. grovp. After traveling, over about In furtive sympathy when he caught talk Ilolbrook.about when That's we what went we walking.used" to Lti-525 Pt"::: ...N'::::::::N',: mu j Jniiy..5{ ,::1 : ::::::...I 2)im III pn: IYf,8, a en,,, .No::::::::-t : 54 10No,26 J lniiy..I:) B :: ::::: : me. .',n '

one-half the world for four years In the stealthy glance that little MIss
$ Mrs. D. A Diuigbtry .of EspAnola. the service of Uncle Sam, Mr. Harptili Eustls sent to the other end of tho "Than you "were nothing-voice ever-but i,, No.21.i,, No.10 :;ilt: I 1'1 A YPORT No. 18 lIK'n:; O NO 22

When has been here on a. visit to her' slater : l Is. quite content to Kettle down In table where sat Ramsay Bturgls, the just-friends faint ?She Miss was Eustis'wondering dimly was ..L -1 pLr!! ex "o. BRANCH ._'? !IY..2L!!! ..!'!'.!.!L20epm

you come Mrs. James Padgett Jr. only man In the house a pleas very lelO.m see pm SOOam II.v... Jnok.onvln..Ar 7RO aln 100 pm 000 pm
his old homo and make an or..ngepro"e. young bow she was ever to break the news 2."pm' 10t.Onm 04"pm S'URIUV!! .i'ntIo' 1I'.h./.v OIlO..m mums pm 4 itt pi''
A Dr. and Mrs. Win. Moffet of Philadelphia lie make ant, frank eyed. brond shouldered fellow 2 III 'Pta l lotS un, e4ol'IO 546 sum liv. Amtitio, H.ch.I.v 041"'" 0 I m. ,mm o 4 18! pet
i ; can K good groveon to the professor.
for whom Professor Macklyn had H III U,2u 1tN, "" ttoflnnAr .. ..M"-Orl, !!, : ._I.v 0..1.,11, 12100n'n 4'0"1.
Itei I town be sure are among the more recent thin land, as it Is rich and rcqulrs "Nothing: but friends," echoed Helena '
always felt an Instinctive liking. wltb odd little J, 1 J1I: :)m: Orange City urenchrf 1'J, ..,r "tlf "I : : Se.f.rd Saooh
arrivals at Grove Hall. very' little commercial fertilizer. The professor's glance followed MlasEustla' Brent and an ._ __ U !

Ifcall at the | Mr. and Mr. C. II. Hartwell of Mr Harper! ( has a One lI1\ptha.launch and'rested there while Rain- twitch of her lips she bent and kissed 810 po 0 nO.1D 1.v New 5n7rua Ar.ll 00 pm 880 r'm SilO am 1.\"TII".lIIo Ar, loa( /"D4001"ft
Miss\ Eustis again.At II MIllO) ,Iv 1.lIke 1101011 l.v.1210! "1'ni. sot I.m Silo an Ar. Haufurd Lv. leoo I'm
Lawrence Mass. are spending sometime to go; buck and forth to his grove say Btargls. Imperturbably went on 4111'I I 112u"mll.v.'H,0, City!!.Jv.iIC/' '>,ln, "I iin _......
'SO breakfast Miss Eustis Intimatedto -.J"! ':! "! l H'li'' ''''' Ar.OrcH.! {'j,. J". '' oO".n( 4:11'n: ..... .. .
In the oily. guests; at Orescent property. with his dinner unaware of any hover-
City the professor that she bad something ()onnooll..DI ,,
imiSde at 5Emmi wiLl ei.sm.hlme of the 1' sod O. 5 it Vomman). r "
, nnn Inn. s 'Valden. .the magician, Is booked lags of romance for as tbe professor to tell him wblcb was of supreme Nassau.
looked Ills fora "'"""e'lon m.lo !. .." r K.y,v.... ...., .
on nniGrescent Mrs. Kalherlue Look, and Miss ''or an entertainment V. I. A. Hall quickly away again eyes Importance and they sought !!!. !! !! !! H'.nn"! nho.tJ!:
Market second time encountered those of ..., 'lh... 'TIM: TABLES .hlw the ttnes.st whtii trains way b. 0".0.,1 h. Isn.e .-
Ethel K. Nelson a charming young on the ulKlib of !March 16th. Prof Miss and In their depths be saw the nearest avenue of the park. ..n,1 depart, from 'ho .ver..1 stiiio.i' b..t 'holr orrh'ol..r ,IeIartnre at his tJneeetatai
EnsUe In the land. The I.nt gUnrantouI. ..Iee 'he I 4. .. .....
last Walden has visited Crescent City Spring was green for "' ''PU'7110Id l"elr .11.1. tow"DT delay
lady of Brooklyn N. Y., arrived' tile light of a born matchmaker before was like a verdant shadow on !:!,!:!! ,!'PI"." ......!' !:!!:..m. _
week for a stay at Grove Hall. before and all will bu pleased to ber lids drooped and hid the tiny spark. grass '
Nice Clean tbe brown earth, and by the fountains Vnr Tony; ; of til* I.oi'itl Tit ft 4 aril or Other Informiton"SIJKTJ
know of this return visit. Since : rl-lUO TlfOHJrW AOJ31NT."
: She bad a tender heart this little
Miss Abbljenn Miller la recovering sparrows were twittering noisily. An J.D RAHNER Assistant Uenvral 1>a5 i'ft of last here hn has traveled over 17,000 Miss Eustls, In spite of her prim spin- Eus. .
nicely from bar recent attack scarlet ungovernable lump rose In Miss .. .
fStock and Prices Istorlal and when tbe professor ;; _. ._- -.
fever. It li not thought now tlrut nllus and visited twenty-two dllfur- ways, tls.tbroat. Tbe only romance at which : :

edT states. Time notices which let himself Into tbe chilly boardinghouse had. assisted at an end. .
&# will here.J. press she over was
other develop -- -
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kKJ'I'lj. B he has received all Speak lu the most hall a few evenings' Briefly she told the professor while
L. Coward has a fine garden found her there on guard.
;;Kignt. flattering terms of hla performance, he listened agitated, disappointed and i v
uuuu coming ou and soys that lu a short From the parlor came Bounds of a -
dismayed. <
which includes
., many wonderfully *
time he will be able to supply town clear soprano voice and presently an- "Then It's all over?" be said.
amusing tricks never before witnessed masculine W. 11. :31AULL A. n. MAUI/L
other undeniably
people with line fresh vegetables. "All over." 'J/ !
here. Seats will be 25 85 and and Mr. Sturgis -
GijvBraddpck | Joined in. Miss Brent
Mr. and. Mrs. 'V. n. Cobb and Mine\ "And I bad thought of them In their
30 cents and van be reserved. were singing a college glee. Miss chose ;; 7V\/\ULI BROS.
home with all tbe things we
k r, T K CJtSb Magi. own ,
r4i Bertha, V. Cobb of Attleboro, ISustls held up a warning finger."Don't around them." !
.. -. and A. J. Carson of Perm's Grove, N. disturb sbe begged.
Four "Blind them 'J I u..
Tigers" Caught. "Ob so bad II"The : COMMISSION MERCHANTS
J., were among the iturday arrivals It's so difficult to become really acQuainted looked at Miss Eustls.
.-. ." ,_ here for Thanks to the vlgilenoe of Sheriff In a bouse like this and they professor '. Florida Fruits and Produce
, ( ab Grove Hall who aro a He had been realizing of late bow a Speclalty..j .
um .u a u C ggg lowell, Crescent City has been de- are getting on famously. She told me
rGkbve stay of some time. pretty she bad grown, with the delicate
l i Work has begun on tho new home irlved of four "bllnd, tigers." They last night that they bad discovered fragile prettiness of a late summer "7; 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore, Md. fc.
of mutual friends
Hall were all captured without difficulty quite a number
for Mr. and Mrs. W. u. Ben ham on rose. 'i; Florida CflESCENT FLORIDA. '
l last Friday night and all four are They are both from the west, you .It came to him with a sudden startling headquarters : CITY .
I.iaV'/' _% South Prospect; street, one of the know and strangers to New York." .. ,,/ .," ,
Orooent CIty popular hotel fj' now In the county Jail awaiting trial I wrench that he would miss their ,I ,
I renovated clean dud airy. Is 14S prettiest locations In the town and ab the spring term of the Circuit Tho professor disavowed any Intention walks and drives as he had missed

a .again open for the season under Ha I the coming swell residence avenue Court. The News has boon assuredby of entering the parlor and, leaping nothing else In bIB meager lonely life. 'I

management of Win. C. !oJ I of the place. back against the wall with bio books There rose before him the vision of the
the sherlll evidence
that the contentedly - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Ii: NottoD !" !ula oJt'I The Misses Anna Urn e and Irene balanced oaoue arm, listened house that they bad planned together,
thertnldab of the bent or- against these tigers Is complete and to the music.
closed bers.
iI anre| growing Beotlon of Flortd tj Gardner of Palatka' were guests of that their sentence wl',1 follow. Miss Eustla listened too. Into the I Ills" hand over matchmakers ;
Elizabeth he said "as
Atlantic Coast R. R.
Floe boatlntr: flshlmr: and IoJ several days of Miss Jessie Burton. Three of them will plead guilty. dally routine of her life bad come we're a distinct failure unless
Beautiful views
of bird Creaoent"hootfntr.:Lake from hotel fJIII !oJM' These popular and accomplished The sentence for selling liquor In a something bright and vital and bet you're willing to retrieve It by marrying -

vernndaa.' Handy to teatnU young ladles made many friends dry county Is $,00, or twelve months faded face glowed under the new Im me. For after all, that house that Goes Everywhere

boaIandIng. Board by week IJ while here who hope they will oOll1ealoa.ln. at hard labor petus. we dreamed of Is our house Our

!!I and month at rensonublo rates. UU ; Sheriff Howell and Deputy Good- The professor likewise felt a sudden hearts and souls went Into It, not
Cater Northern Tourists. UU quickening Impulse. There was a North South East and West.
:Write for terms* The Ladies Aid Society of the Hap. soil arrived here from Palatka a llt- certain relish and novelty In playing theirs She I"bad meant to light tbe flame for ,

tlst church gave a sale and supper lu tie after 8 o'clock last Friday night the role ot matchmaker. It occurredto
others. Instead It bad been lightedfor
u iic1 NORTON, V. I. A. Hall last Tuesday night ou the Wilson launch Margaret, him that be had kept too steadily her. She gave the professor an Illumined Consult the "Purple Folder."

The attendance was good, and those The launch did not whistle on up to his books, and now a voice within look. .

,"igrotaeat City, Fla. who partook say the supper was bet I preaching the town, but put out Its him that he had long believed silent "I believe It Is so John" she said

G a" nf 2g a a o ter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Hale and lights and tied up tat the Preston. cried out for life and companionship. softly. "But, oh," she added a moment '

Mrs. Foote contributed much to the Miller dock. The sheriff and his He turned to Miss Eustls. later, "they'll say It was they,, For detailed information, rates, schedules and reservations

their went direct for the "What do you tblnk they'd say to a not we who made the match
enjoyment of the evening by deputy parties ,
little theater party and oysters?" he see nearest ticket agent or write or call on
: "Let them say I" returned the professor your
line vocal selections.The against whom they had warrants.

1""IiJ"ffik"-* ; regular oncv-a-moiith meetingof They were John C. Williams, Bob demanded Miss Eustls'whisperingly.eyes widened. She happily FRANK C. BOYLSTON, T. P. A., Jacksonville,

the V. I. A. will be held next Champion, or "Champ" as he Is caught her breath.

.......... commonly known, Willie 1'0wel'8and she "I An Important Personage.
Monday afternoon March 9th, at "Why, professor, gasped, An Inquiring person In England, cameupon A. W. FRITOT
,cent City, Fla. Annie Hamilton. All were found didn't that you"-
". o 8:80.: At this meeting the annual suppose a veteran soldier sunning himself ,
I : : :: report of officers will be read and and before 11 o'clock the party had "Knew: what the taste of a good time In front of a public house In Devon

IlJ'belHowe: property.ureB.een the ..annual election of oltioera for the started. on Its return to Palatka. was? Well, I did once but I've been shire and began to question him about Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida

Jfn -ls now on the mar- will Mrs. C. S. Some were "caught with the goods," a bookworm these many long years his campaigns and the leaders bo bad
ensuing year oocur. and It's time I learned tbe flavor of or 1 F.! A. YAUKOUOUQll Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast
ket.JJL Wellington
| Uoweii, the president requests that bus furnishing additional evidence. fought under "Did you ever see
:'Partltfulaf attention xlven to The sale of blind tiger-booze has festivity again ?" asked the person finally.
; ; all members of the association make '! It was d flavor for which Helena Line, Palatkn, lila

I pre 9eatjjptty property listed I. special effort to be present at this amounted to a public scandal this Brent and Ramsay Sturgis were both "Did I ever sea with Wellington repeated smile.-
tha veteran a superior
!tt .1ne. meeting. town for several months and If equally keen and so a radiant partyof '"Why, I was lying on the ground at .- --
there has been any effort on the partof four clambered down tbe slippery. DON T ( O IJ>LAIN
Men<'\eeee The News has. no objection to the Waterloo when I 'eard the sound of'osses' Haw Creek Lands of.G. W.
.0 the local authorities to correct the sand strewn steps of Mrs. Penning- and then voice called If your chest pains and you are unable:
I t Southfield Bible' Conference taking 'oafs a 1
to sleep boonusn of a cough. Buy a bottle Deen Selling Rapidly.
evil no one has heard of It. When ton's boarding house Into tbe crisp
.0.11 'Is that Saunders1'"I
articles anything else out you, .. iloiohouuil 8 anti
descriptive or of ILliurd' >
'...--. Sperxcer, spoken to concerning the matter wintry starlit night. knowed the voice lu an Instant. It won't have cough. Clot rup a bot- Those wishing to purchase truck
Its workfrom
: that will serve to promote of you
.Io"j some tffree weeks ago/ the acting Through the hardening process Wits the Dook of Wellington. tlo now and Hint cougb will not lust' farminir lands v III do well to see the
1I 1 Dentist.Roeldeooe the columns of this paper, but uneventful years Miss Rustic bad Deeu Uemlty &: Improvement Co., or
sir I most all Inonardls
1I I mayor seemed quite "touchy" ou the 'Tea says respectful. long. A cure for pu -
I --___--- It submits that to take such matter and "he didn't know reached a dreary apathy concerning 'Come 'era' says the dook. e...... tire J..Qalvestou, Texas, one of their agents who are locatedus
I without the subject said clothes but as It dawned on her that "I for Ballard' follows: H. A. Ford, 1'1LlatklL.I. ,
S.roet. bodily giving proper for writes: cau't enough
,Ose on vroapeot "I rls reluctant from the ground say
there blind In town"this ".... John W. I). Nor.
] Flgu
was a tiger Uapt or
the first of
FloridaCH3HtT4ohn credit Is "not In good form" even for the theater party was only I tired out Horehouod Syrup. TIme relief It
: was
Crescent ., Mr.
in face of the fact that empty for ton. City'lI. ; Guy
when she all Is
a long series of occasions has given me Is that necessary
"' Article 8 of the should back 'ome
" a Bible conference. 'I want you go White or J. li. Johnston Knpunola
1 flasks of certain label be to the me to Hold AckuruianbtewartDrug
whisky one would forced play chaperon Bay. by
; Law as laid down lu the text bookof 'e ,\575.C "" 1110. ; Meiinra. Hopkins & Co., Ht.! Augustine -
I River by Daylight.Tkch the conference does not refer were eveiywhera In evidence,, her wardrobe began to receive particular 'Whyr says I. Co. __ _______ ; Fla.Arrangements.
drunken rows a regular Saturday: and minute attention. .. 'Becas too have also been made
you're killing many
I & Miller Line alone to small change and chickens night In the colored section Her Lair was loosened from Its severe 'e. A Good Man. with Cupt. John IMgue of Crescent;
program men says _
Includes all the of Others "Your dead luisliuml wot' n goodman take
but property little knob at the back of her City to anyone Herons the lake
,' "'t a.id: drunken white men young and "And back 'ome I went concludedthe ," declared l the sympathetic Ntrs.! Ills
in the Inhibition. neck and curled softly around her to Omega on launch who are
,$ St amer CUESCKNT. middle aged, a not uncommon sighton temples as it had not done since she veteran, shifting his "game" leg Casey to the bereaved l widow. wanting' to buy farm lands. Mr.

(- -- Coo IX Smith's residence groundsare the streets in the day time. was a girl. A stiff, uncompromising into a more comfortable position. "lIe '\\'orl"! exclaimed, Mrs. Murphy, Mack Davis ab Otnegu Is fain liar with

) now fully enclosed by a fine The News does not desire to 1m bat dualling the tears from her "No the land and will show the parties
walking was replaced by a toque
LMVM.JcltaotivllleoaTueaclftyaTaiindasadStttttrdnyt. A Bit of Vanity. the different tracts. Mr. Guy White
At 8:80 a. m for Orson Cow mesh wire fence that has been builtto pugn the honesty of purpose of the mysteriously composed of violets. and The doorbell of the Vanltys' house two polacemln cud handle or Mr. J. B. Johnston will also wait

Pala\\:.,,,.Crfwoent,, CUr; .and principal Wai withstand the Inroads. of time and mayor, but Ib would like to see the tulle. rang at about 8 o'clock the other night: .fl1 lI'e. on parties at Kspanola.

r.\1dlll' j decay. This Is. especially true of the executive head of the town wake out Nor was the professor to be left behind and Mrs. Vanity said excitedly to her With the proposed improvements,

JECetlUBlniblaavuCreMeiitoltr; on. Wtdner. front portion where the posts ,tare of hU trance, PI.Y.. little more In his sudden orgy of fashion. husband: drainage, good roads, etc.) that are

410711, J tds j and Monday at 7 a. m. solidly cemented Into 6-Inch pipe attention to his sworn obligation and Ills rusty overcoat gave way to a hand "There, Charles I just know that's Often The Kidneys Arc enhance proposed. In these value.hinds will rapidly

f ;,J nvU/wharf footol Laura Street.barf sunk to a depth of several feet In the see that the laws are faithfully en. somely tailored garment of black. His the furniture van coming with the new Now Is the time to buy. Don't

<:1'e1UI", ground. These posts are also sawed forced or at least make some effort loose, uncertain colored neckties were bedroom suit we bought today anti If Weakened by Over-Work. wale until you have to pay tlUU per
foot of Lemon atrwrt.IffTV removed and succeeded by tbe crispest "
.fJjt.! /'I down the center and the wire Is run In that direction. The citizens of most up to date adornments) thohaberdasher's It"Why lal just not won't?" asked receive Mr. it Vanity.; that's all! Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.It get acre It ut Purchase iflT per aure.now while> you can

, .,.. ; through the opening thus mude. The the town have the right to expect a window displayed "Why not?.' replied Mrs. V. "Do you used to be considered that only This land will not only grow potatoes -

... CLARK, Trulllc Malinger fence Is. highly ornamental well more rigid enforcement of the law "We owe It to our young people" be think I'm going to pay CO for a suit urinary and bladder troubles were to be sugar cane, cabbage, strawberries -

Jacksonville, Fla. as serviceable being surmounted with agiilnst. the sale of blind tiger booze,, declared as be and Miss Eustls strolled and than have It sent out here after traced but to now the kidneys modern; and other truck vegetables.

Iron ornaments. and they have been doing a heapof through the park one February after dark so that none of the neighbors I science proves that but will, as any grow lands as good in Florida.celery and Home lettuce

Hon. J. H. Harp was strongly Importuned kicking. They will applaud the noon. A little way ahead of them can see it when Ifs brought In? Not nearly all disease of the hammock ,lands are well

B.TORREY.and by sincere friends here to action of the sljerlll last Friday walked Helena Brent and Ramsey If I know my self r-London Tit-Bits. have their beginning of( adapted to orange' (growing. SeveraltractS
Sturgls. in the disorder have been sold and It wishto
tV akr Embalmer. announce for county commissioner night. _ _ Every now and then Helena's laughter His Appr.rvtlo ihlp. __% these most important purchase at present prices you It will

from thla district, but he steadfastly ALICE ROOSBVILX'B WEDDING drifted back to them, mingling with "Yes," said Mr. Peter, with III con- organa.! cb W..UIIOt to delay. 'J-21--U

4 ot Caskets and Coffins refused to do so. Finally he did say was something to bn recorded la time Ramsay's happy tones. Tbe young cealed pride "my youngest boy makes The kidneys filter
the blood-
no'mlunted he would man's salary bad been doubled within soma smart remarks at times. Only recently and purify
no chat If he was anoa'a of history. Herblna hall been that is their work.Tbereforel .
FLORIDA serve. His announcement In another acknowledged the greatest of liver regu the month and Helena bad begun to be asked me wbat It meant to when kldneyaare weak It Was His Frlond.
ITC1TT! your
: column Is made by, nnd paid for, lators A positive cure for Bilious embroider Initials on certain filmy muslin be an apprentice I told him that It or out of order, you can underntand how A little story In Oermnn and English
headaches Constipation Chills\ anti wltb a furious zeal. meant the binding of one person to another entire body is affected, and accompanied by nn Interpreter. lir

jut City Transfer Co. by friends who will also manage his Fever and all liver complaints J. U. The professor looked questlonlngly at by agreement and that one person '!bow 1ulckly every your organ seems to fail to do its drifted Into tbe Indianapolis New of'Oce.

... campaign. They are bound Mr. Harp Smith Little' Rook, Ark wiltest"Herblaa Miss Eustls. "'Vhat do you think r he so bound had to teach the other all luty. Here It Is: Two Germans stepped
this district on the la the greatest liver mnill he could of his trade or profession feel begin
1 train at Oresornt City Juno shall represent queried. I If you are sick or. badly, Into an auction houso whore ft sale oC .'
county board, whether he will or no. ole, known. Have" used It for y..ars.It "I don't think! I knowl" she answered while the other had to watch and learn taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.liiimmer's ,
watches TheyoccuploiVfront
bttght trains by appointment. does the work, Bold by Ackerman becau as soon was going on.
how done and had to make Swamp-Root, e
His to serve If elected has and then added la evident trepidation things were
promise Stewart Drug Co. will seats and soon attracted the attention -
well they help
M. LABHEE. Manager. himself useful In every way possible is your kidneys are
B. : "But perhaps I oughtn't to bare
: been scoured. ill the other organs to health. A trial of the auctioneer. As he dwelt
"What did be say to that? .asked one
told I the dear
Details Dailrid. you. young of watch be of-
The Southfleld Bible Conference will convince anyone.If upon the merits a was
"Miss Vanessa, If a young man things want to keep their secret a little of tbe audience. you are sick you can make no mis. fering for sale to the highest bidder
HARRIS will' hold Its Sixth Annuul..R8Iollat should l ask you to marry him wbat while longer and Helena nasn't "Why. after a few minutes the young :eke by first doctoring your kidneys the auctioneer turned to the Germans
t. the Auditorium, Crescent City, spoken to me about It. But last ol :btI rascal looked up at me and said Tben file mild and the extraordinary effect of
would l your answer be? from time to time as the price mounted -
ill Barber March 27th to April 6th. Rev. and couldn't help seeing It-tbcra was a I suppose you're apprenticed to motber.Aren't Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. the great
1 can't say. A hypothetical Ques- realized. It -10, fa.BO, 17, I7.BO.\ As the auctioneer -
.' of Northflold her lu little you dad? London Answers. kidney remedy, Is loon
Mrs. L. 8. Chafer diamond ring on bureau a
_ CRESCENT CITY tion should go mere fully into details. stands the highest for its wonderful cures nodded at one of the Oermans
Mass., will be present and Bey O. I.Sootlelti Washington Herald. white satin case. IiISTBlf of the most distressing cases, and la soldon there came' an answering; nod, which it

I D. D., of Dallas, Texan., is The professor beamed. its merits by all """ bo took to be a bid.
(hop and n clean, aatUfao- ",\0,1 of course they'll go to house ,and reninmb<>r the next time you anffmfrom
|have and Balr Cue guaran- announced as one of thu loudlnn A. BABT pain-cauaud bv damp wHathT JntgRlstslnliftycentlnd :::. "That feller knews me" said One
said that
_* Try me. tf. speakers engaged for the occasion.All should he sunshine in the home!, and keeping. Ramsey always when your hual I nearly burnt from one-dollar size jNiHH .. German to the other.
If It White's Cream Vermifuge If he were married be'd have an apartment .. bottles. You may
who heard Dr. SnofMcl on.the will be you give neuralgia-try lallard'ellno. Llolmni t. "Yes sure," said the other.
the greatest worm medicineever busln- have a sample bottle nameotsmmeiiaoi.by .
It will eur.ou. A prominent sa tbe
i The nodding kept on. -Finally
occasion of his former visit will welcome offered to Buffering humanity.This "There nlll be furniture to see to. nan of Hampatoad, Texas writes : "1 mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
the announcement of Ills re- remedy Is becoming the permanent and, china and kitchen waro. but the have used your liniment. Previous to how to find out if you Jiuve kidney or anctjpneer extended the" \ watch to the

turn. lie U a grand preacher Una fixture of well regulated' households dear children are no cngrosucil with using It I was a great sufferer from bladder trouble. Mention this paper noddurs. "It's yours be"said. "Ten ..
bible scholar. Mr. and | A mother, with children can't g..b alongi their! love affair! that they haven't time Rheumatism and Neuralgia. t am when writing Dr. Kilmer & cO'1 Binghumton dollara. You're the buyer.
profound i without a bottlxof White's! Cream Var- pleased to say that now I am free fromi li. Y.: Don't make 9t&ke, "Ach nelu." said he German. "I'm
Mrs. Chafar are remembered, principally mlt"g" In the house. It i't, the pureH for anything practical. i bese onmplalnta. I am sure I owe this but remember the name Swamp-Root the Schwab (Suablan); meln freund

for their beautiful singing of and best medicine that money can buy "We might look lip the! things beforehand to your liniment." Bold, by Aokerman- Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad. belr let dec Bayer (Bavarian)." ,

i muslo. I Sold by A kanuau-!/ wart Drug Oo, and then when the young people Stewart Drug Co.) drew, Binghamton,N. Y.ouevery bottle.
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The Pal atka News The regular monthly meeting of IIoD.'C W. Baldwin a prominent POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MUPERIwTFNDRNT: INiSTCCTI0N.ro .OF PUBLIC }

tho Home Mission Society of St. attorney of Melrose was a visitor In Vo"ro "' Plilnam County'I '
--- -_ James M. E. church will meet with the oily Wednesday : :: :c, c ---1" UIII urtself a candidate fotre.elocIioe

I ."" ... Mrs. Blackwell at 8 o'clock. Monday TAX ABSESBOR. /hereby 10 11000005 lb.. 0111. of County sutporintenihcut F Kennerly Hardware CoDBAMIRB
March the Otu. Young men will be Interested In I linrehv nnnouno as a candidate I for. of VlihiiO Inobrutilon for :;:,:I\I'f.: n en- (
= tho fnd .5k tile ,
City service pproeoIllI)5
, fiappenings; and $ at St. James Methodist office of TIM Au or 501usd ho Ito ....11. SI 1 .la'e. endoavort'd -
? Miss Mada ot friend in the eomlnujirlnmry pr"Irtng at-elected. 1
Rogers passed through church next Sunday: at 7:80p. m. my 1' thank many, If glue mJ' "ial services )
to do duty M best T e.n. ID the laat IN-
my do
the to 0'
Personal city last Saturday to {
= ) mention.A. $ her home at Putnam Hall returnnlg after a The popular Murray Comedy Co. all f or J pe.i favors Ke.1."a\1-\ "SKlA.D.FOR to the sucatlona1 lntotelb

.""' ... .. will be here one night only March "TblSklng, for pail .import I tallonlnsln
k .. .."" "" very successful term of teaching at TRRASDRRR.To you your Stoves
h' J. Padgett of Orandln was In San Mateo.J. Uth. at the Howell. Popular prices. the Democratic Voters of Fiilnnm Canntf i. Yours wry truly. L. K ,.?,..?,. Hardware, ,
Oen'lom.n-1 I dmlr la th'nk yon for the
.. the city yesterday. C. L. Banford of Lake Como St. James' excellent choir will render eordlnl luppartllMt you "h.v. heretofore ( \l'fl I FOR COUNTY JUDOB. ,
Mrs. Dr. W. II. Cyrus has returned was In the city Monday. Mr. Bas- some Inspiring music at each me M lli< pall I nnil lo announce my enild-Again' ,To lbs Democratic Voters of Putnam Farm Implements and

: from a, visit In Columbus Oblo. ford. who Is the hero of three wars Hcrvlce on Sunday-11 a. in. and 7:80: .wklnK rforth' thai. olHu Hippo"' ol ,County promlnlnn TroMurer.that. 'If eI.ot.d' I Fiottds hereby: .nounce(,., candlduo, fur r..ol."n .....-- (
and active enough today to engageIn o'clock p. In. you sIaIi. aoer 'htO C5I1.U lo ronnrf Kiviogme ottice 01 County JudMe of l'lLflNhllcounty.
:M. O. Osteen of Holllster was a his fourth. Is thinking moving your o.s-. lhapectfuliy.it. tO.the,","J""O" the. action or tile '1rlmsrS.isotion Garden Tools.
visitor In the Mlsu Carrie Warner Carter and her .1. .g.ixsiu.vTo be iuell May 19th 1""'''. lallklnA
Cltyyeeterday. to Paiatka.The audlibrral
sister Mra. M. J. Jay arrived In the Putnam CountyI tile votursof' the' .Olml for 'theIr hollrlY 50110115continttaucs

,, Mercer Davis of Jacksonville Is Palatka Athletic Association city on Tuesday. front Binghamton, will the I n be mirllo VoMnoC for the one of 4ointy[ .tlpliOrt In the "pest..ul'mr', I .m..U"In the.. 1ructItprlhllUry
a ttst
or I
c visiting big grandmother> Mrs. J.... D. will hold a business meeting next N. Y. After visiting a few days Trca.urar I In thoapproaohlng I primary and will .ampaien. SI. I. iux.ioiaIkU ... Fine Cutlery.Agents .
Ackertoan. Tuesday night for the purpose of with the family of Dr. E. B. Crlll, .I'pr""la, your.uppon. J. E. bn.oii.o*. FlU., leii. 90th. IIU! .

and for the they will go to Miss Carter's home In
discussing arranging organization Voters of Putnam Cot -
at'the Demoomtlo
'I; chnrch Sunday night" Methodist of a local base ball club. Lake Como for a season. To ItnkelhH the nean. of annoimoliiK thai I PROCLAMATION. for the celebratedOliver .
: the service will be of more All members will bo omicllilato for the ollloB of CountyTrennnrer that
are urged to attend.
than ordinary Interest. County Commissioner II.T. Joynerof In the oonilng primary und will Notice III hereby given &
4 -. Mrs. Maggie Selgler accompanied Ornndin hm a decided not to be a urvnlly appravlato tile UH.l.tlincB nnil votesof el.ctlon for city "mcers for the Chilled Plows.
.' .. Mrs. F. A. Ocrber and daughter by her grandson: Illlliard. loft Wednesday candidate for ru-eleotlon and he baa frluii.U an" follow clll.nn.. I d..lro momo of I'al..lks. Florid, will bi; held ill
Mr. think nil who lo loyally auuuorttHl, of
Hatnlln .o Ii l.IY'
are the : I Itti 7t
for her home lu Ashevllln N. many friends throughout the county : years hlgo, and ask a cciiiltuimnce otthnlrimpnorl. staid city on Tnwluv
; week la Jacksonville. C., having. spent several weeks here who will regret his decision. Mr. FKAMIC McHAB, M. D. April. A. I).. 1MH! )!!, viz: PlanetJi'.lmplements.

.. Mrs. Win. Boone of Jacksonville with her sister Mrs. II. A. Oray. Joluer states that his wife wbo has Meirusu,nil., March 4th, m*. For Mayor uf said. city.

has been visiting friends In the city Mrs. Uray accompanied her as far as been very III for the past two mouths FOR CLERK Of Tall CIRCUIT COURT. For onu Alderman. fur Wnl On*. 1

,. : during the past ten days.; Jacksonville.The Is DOW improving." To the beg Demcwr.Ho to announce. Voleri mynoif.of a Putnam. a candldato CountyI for: For two AI
H. F. King" a promlnnnt land and little daughter$ of Rev. J. C. W. C. Hargrove returned to the Clerk ofthe'lroiliOoUrt. for nomination al, For one Aldern.a-. for I"V..rd Four

timber operator of Uolllster was a Cullom was run over and painfully city thin week for a few day. Mr. the .primary,)election th.nk to be held henrtlly on Mil"for 19th your For oiw Alderninn Ward the.ForonaAldermnn .
1 1511$ I wl h to you Ald-rnmn for / THE
visitor In the city this week. Injured last Sunday by a bicycle Hargrove; takes exception to the put If nominated moraine: I you For one WanlHIxFori.no $ ,
ridden by a colored boy Ham Mills statement that has been made to the !he 1 l'Ji'I'I: A of the dullra I of this. for
Mrs. S. McSpaden of Caledonia, effect that he la resident of Atlanta. omce. Very """po.rolly, Alderman for \Vurd Seven.:
by name. The boy was fined $10 In .
;, Mo., Is here on a visit to her daugh: police court. The council has under He says that although he did sell his Jou.u 1'1110. The following nro the ln.p.'cr.is r/ Kennerly Hardware Co

; ter. Mrs. Capt. J. E. Lucas. consideration an ordinance prohibiting Palntka residence, he still considers To the Democratic Totem. of minim. County I and cl'tks for encl ward u.n
W. d Townsend of Norwalk one bicycles on the sidewalks. this city his home. He has simply I Florida ben to IIhnollncelh. I am a cnndlrtatn for nated polllnit pluot-s In aanie:
I of the naval boon spending the summer as has Co, Fla. O"e.-P"t..r (Onrdn.
big stores operators of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Putnam Ward No. Palatka. Florida.
,. The recently organized K. of P. been his custom for In Deca- for support at the I. Gay W.
}o'iorldll..aa In the city yesterday. years. and will be grateful your clerk E. 'I'. Kellain. J*
Orchestra held a meeting on Monday tur, 0.... and that he ha. remained PollliiR
1 v 8. .1. Hllburn argued" the appeal In night and elected officers as follows: there longer than usual because of Mjm'no: !;;lnm.d0'.n.t: elected 1..erice.SIncerely will give. all a E. WIlul_.. liiBpi-oioiH., plnce Ipj>> .

... the Vance Johnson murder case. before Jacob Slryer manager; L. Parrot Mrs. Hargrove's health. courteous prompt, tp-to-dte\ Yotul. UHV'H Ward warehouite.No. To.-U. Petermauii } @ mI

the supreme court at Tallahassee director; Kd. Uerber, libiurlan. The HINES UTCHIMHOK. H. H. Kent:
this week. orchestra Is composed of six pieces Mrs. M. "B.' Brown and Miss Hattie I clerk ; A. U. Phillips
of Putnam rounly
f ; and that ; lluky will leave on Tuesday. for /St. To the Democratic Voten .. Q. B. Mobley, Inspectors. Polllnn
now organizationhas candidate Mr ,
a permnut a
I 10 announce
e Miss Mabel returned beg Central Fire dtatlon. a ... a.a .. .
Holcomb : *. t"
a *
been elfected its success Is assured. Petersburg BH delegates from Falntka Cleric ol the Circuit Court for nomination place '
home last /Saturday from San. Mateo I Parties desiring up-to-tlie- Temple No. 1C. to the Urand the. primary elo..Uoo'o'" held Clay. luth 1MM. Ward fo. 'l'hr..p.-O. I. Kowton I
where she has been assistant In tho' and elected It will "be me earnest endeavor to clerk Arthur Prlddy J. A. Bear J.
minute orchestra music should communicate Temple meeting/ of Pythian Sister. admlnlntorlhenllalniof I the some to the, very ;
d school at that place. I with Jacob Meyer at Ray's Mrs. llrown is the Grand Mistress of bent ot my ability and to; do all I can for thecunvelenreoft 1'. Oriffln Inspectors. Polling place ; The Only Complete Line
people. >ery Bejpecttully, Council Chamber.
. .. The bondsman of contractor Petro Cafe. Finance of the state organization I'. J. IIKCKO.FOB R. Cunovo "
Is while Miss Buky Is..a member of the Ward No. 'our.-A.
: lIthlo now sidewalks at work finishing the grano- Mrs.'N. O. Robinson entertained a auditing and charter committees.Oeo. BBIMIBSEXTTIVB IN LKOISLAITRE clerk) P. J. Uecks. J. A. Oruinger of Furniture and House
on Kirby, KirklandtIi'
few friends. at supper last Friday To the DemortatlOVotilrsOt Putnam Count: Joseph Price Jr., itisoectoro. PollIng i
and South Filth streets. evening, February 28th, in honor of 'V. Peer an old citizen of the I have decided to become ft candidate for place, corner of Main aud Third

e S. J. Hilburn L. A. Smith and R the 813d birthday anniversary of Mrs. county renl'llng at !Satsumn; Heights proM8nunlve primaries In the lI'a'o. and LcKtflBt'tre I Nhall greatly at ap the streets. '

K. Neck will represent Pnlatkn Clara I<;Eaterbrook and the With birth- dlrd Wednesday morning of la approaching your minporl. If elected I will faith Ward No. Five. Tom Holden Furnishings in the City

'. Knights of Pythias at the Urand lay anniversary of Mr. Robt. Cairns, grippe. Mr. Peer had been In poor r r.J'ir out, ifiu trunt repowd In me clerk; E. B. Grooms, J. It. Kankln. !

y Lodge In St. Petersburg next week. both of this city. A happy evening hoalth for something more than a February 20th iftti. H. J. litLDtYitN.Palatha. D. Uauimond inspectors. Polling

r .: .1. B. Mellon and family are again was when spent the time In for social parting converse came and one year He owned when a taken.wll beautiful/ home this and malady.fine To I hereby Pemocratlo announce Votera myself of Putnam a candldBta County, 'orReoreoen..Uv.ln : place Ward court No.'lx.-J.house."' D. Jeffords, i R 213-21S.m;

occupying their beautiful home on and all thanked Mrs. Iloblnson for orange grove at Satsuma and was the LetrUlature. for no mln.. clerk John Benle Robert Cairns. Gapf.BURPEE'S t YL Ryan
Emmett street. They have but recently her generous hO and wishIng universally esteemed by his neigh: tlon Bt the primary election to be held the on faithfuldlcluatqs May John; Bryant Polling ; : : {
returned from an extended the guests of r.ltRUty. happy bors. Undertaker Gerber of this lath, UK* at If the elected:duties I of pmmlH thin: office. place Odd Fellows'\ .

trip through South America. returns of tie: dllY city prepared the body for shipment Very respectfully. ) LlihtDLETOlS.To Ward No. Seven.-J. B. Davis :333*eeeeee eeEE EEEEee eEee eEe E
Welaka was represented In Palat tit Mr. Peer's old home Menton, \\. clerk; M. Saucer, H. H. Sanders 'r. --
Friends In this. city and at Wei t ;
of Putnam
the Democratic Voters County
Monroe Co., N. Y. Mr. Peer was 75years
ka on Wednesday by at least three Palm Beach and Palatka will be Interested I shall, be a candidate In the approachingprimary J. Thompson, 1r18rectol's. Polling
of and Is
of Its more prominent citizens. H.I In knowing that Miss Virginia I ago survived by his for Kepretentatlva In the Legislature, place Goza's

K. Bryant, R. B. McLeod and %V. M. i Crutchileld wilt be among the wife. and fellow will Democrat greatly; appreciate If elected the to sup thin>port high of my,..- Polls open at eight o'clock n. m.. "Seeds that Grot",

Williams. graduating nUI'se.1t the exercises IIi i.oiiHlbmty I ihall I endeavor to din ham*every sLid close lit sunset.F.
I Revival at Hollister. duty fiilthfiillv I: and to the bent Interests of H. WILSON Mayor, are tb. Beet *** Rev. H. Dutill of St. James church St Luke's HoBpital, New York Cityon thIs[ county and the great slatH of Florida City of PnUtkH. :; )K.do the t.lnll'Yo...nut.noriut,
Monday next Miss Crutchfleld A successful revival serviceIn A. )I. 1'AnuBTT. r rden either for
I preached a special sermon for the very ..
Flit Feb. 27th 11HW./( !! .- ::;Z.-.c=
I'alatkn, **' .
shonr ltl Btudy '
'her final 1 examinations
Odd Fellows lust /Sunday ulght be- recently panned the BHptlst church at HoiInter! To the Democrat of the County -. .
with honors. Her term I candidacy for renomlnailon.j talo. n'A postal eard will bring;you a copy by return mail. ;
high announce my
fore a largo congregation the members was brought to a close last Sunday
I a member ot the LetiUluture subject to the W. ATLEE BURPEB A CO., Seed Grower.. PhlU del phis. Psnoa,
St. Luke's terminates
of that order attending In n of training when 2<) persons were baptised, approaching: : Democratic Primary: ,and Ink the Tux :Notice.
body. next September.St. Augustine three were restored to membershipand support of .11 my friends. At the' legislative
Record. : one was received by letter. The tension I endeavored to serve the 01...... Irrespective named below
,' The sale and supper Riven by the of factional and sectional difference*, I will be at the places -
I, Sisters of St. Joseph I In the CI nova Miss H little Buky: has an announcement special meetings/ which were con- and In the event of mv re-election you may for the purpose of assessing taxesNashua..March Kennerly's Seed Store ;
building" this week realized $dUO for In this Issue that will appeal to ducted through last week were In rest ....."red that I ..1II.K"lo act for the .bunt 10th ,
Interests of thoftflteln HUM era I and Putnam
the benefit of the Convent property. every lady In Palatka. Spring Is charge assisted of the pastor. Rev.' J. W. Hilton County In particular. Yo".. sincerely. Welaka . . ... ? 11th Exclusive Agents Putnam Cuunty.
The "Sinters' of /St. Joseph have asked Just around the corner and: spring by Rev. J. C. Cullom of II. A. B McKBNKH. Kovwalk. .. .. . . ,, 12th

;' the News to express their heartfelt dresses Is the topic of conversationmost 'litter Palatka.han The entire church at Hol- FOR COUNTY COMMIS IOSER. Fraitland . . .. ? 131 h -. -- ,

appreciation for the generous patronage of Interest to the ladles here HS and been greatly benefited To the Democrotlo Voter of the First Com milionor Georgetown;\ . Rib +===='
.;. of the public. well as elsewhere. The patterns of i encouraged by these special religious District: Denver. . ... . :: : : ? 18th

Capt. J. E. Lucas Is confined to his dress materials this year are prettier Influence meetings In the and the spiritual has County I, beg to omml9Hlonor: announce, mywlf and respectfully a candidate ask for Crescent City ... .. ,, 17th 18th -== JL. tnar.r.l.: Jha.rr.o.acyPAL.ATKA. : : : =

bed with three broken ribs. the result than ever before and Miss Buky been marked. community your support Huntington .. . . ? lUth FLORIDA. '
of a fall down the stairs from has an array that would do Justice to JAuaa McN. BARD.Norwa.k Como ., 20th '
1 the upper to the lower deck of his the large city stores, and yet the Fla., Fob.30th luo*. Ponlona. . ::::: : : : : : : ,. 21sSlsco Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries i

steamer while at Drayton Island price ticked for the goods Is within Made General Superintendent.Arthur To muuloner the Democrntlo lntrlett Voters, of the Fifth Com- . .. .. .. ? 28rd Patents.

., last week. Capt. Lucas hall not the reach of all. Read the advertisement L. Glass of this Is I will\ ben candidate In the coming ,primaryfor Sutsuma Hgts. .: : .:: ? 24tbBostwick
been well for some months and the then go and visit the store the city now re-election to the oftice of County com . .. . ? :\Jtb! : PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFUL.LY COMPOUNDED, '
general of '
and will get ail Idea for superintendent Tampa mlBHloner and rnpectfutlyolicit, you..upI'O" WaIleR GARDEN 8EED. Agents Mallory Sleamik.
accident coming at this limn Is you your & Jncksonvllle Railroad succeeding promlll"I.l1bllll.orvle.'D return, G. F. BOLLARD, Tax Assessor, ,
,:. : doubly to be regretted. spring costumes. .1. B. Cutler. Mr. Glass' appointment T. J. Bourns. + _. SS

I announced circular. To Putnam Country 1'.mocrotR. _
t was by Biscuits baked right In three mln -- -- --- h w -
I hereby announce tny candidacy for no.elertlun *
the of First Vice
over signature .ns a mmnlwr of the Board of(lout)- utes every day next week at our ,Hi i.81" !flB.III1!' :atlart, JTCJUrTKi: !: TBi If
President A. P. "Stuckey' on February Commissioners: from District No. It. sub store J. D. Points & Co. ", ,,,"mrmmnmrlw
20th. hut did not "go into effect 10Ho the action of the prlinnrv. If elected *
: until the first Instant. I will continue to perform the duties of LIe Palalka Lumber Co.

:1 Spring pening1 The Tampa & Jacksonville Bull-. omie to Very the very respectfully. bttdt of my, Ability.II.T. HOLANO. nIiUmnntOur I For Rent.

road at present runs from "Samson To the Democratic Voters of the First (Com = Mnnufaeturvn of
City to Fairfield In Alachua. county mlmftoners Dlntrlcti Pine and !
but will be extended to connect the Friends of Hon. J. H. Harp of Crescent CypressMouldings -
City present bin name to tho l>eniocrats of S
two cities embraced In Its Two
name. the district for tire 011100 01 County CointiilHslon desirable fit
March 12 13 14. The headquarters of the road are In .r and respectfully urge you to support, jjj MI :
Gainesville.The \ him In the coming prltniry. )Ir. Hi.rp declined ; Annual ; sS:; with every moder
Gainesville of to become candidate In the sense of M
and sS convenience.Two .
muktiiK pOrMo",1 I uunvns for the offIce hut
the Times-Union. In referring to the he promised. that elected/ he would st appointment of Mr. Glass, says: the people to tile beat of his nblllty. It III
all rally to bin support and innka hint our Rough and Dressed nice dwellin
"There is no more widely known Ii ,

1 & .I Glass railroad, who man succeeds In Florida Mr. Cutler.than Mr.He To 110mlll"0 the ollloorllllo Votora of the Fourth Openingwill = Pine Lumber.Send E large and roomy.
(JOIIIIII..I., .".... I>NtrlutiI ==
: has been connected with railroad.
JOn bifg: to uiinmmce my MO If n citntllilnto for occur on
life In Florida for the past fifteen (IoU liLy Jomn.lMHlonHr unit re.|'''ftfully I '0- ua your order. == Several stores on
yeats. during which time he worked licit sour support, promlHlng ftilthfuf a.r- B Thursday and
himself up from the dlspatchers's Clue In retuin Vuiy reHpuutfully.M.. B-JUAKKOM... Friday :lL.TILtxl: : m/;.:IT.m, ,11111:11I.:: .'jr.IK' oc =:= Lemon street.

: table to a division superlntendency --- -- -- ::
To the Itoinoorntlo Voters of ComiiilHHloi-
: March 12th and
of the Atlantic Count Line which 13th
or. DUtrlct No. 2:
position he resigned a little/ more I will he a ciiiidldtite for renomlnntloit, to Georgia Brick. For Sale I H. Finley TuckInsurance :
than a year ago to accept a position mtr: orth'o of County CnninilHitlonvr: ; trout Elegant Display of
No. 2, and Mill. be thankful for
b; Thursday, Friday and Sat- with the Tampa Northern. then aUpJJOlt. L. U. HrRFIIKKfl your :J Pattern Hats and In any desired quantity. Full
building and for which a great: future E
:Size.; Will in

urday we will have our Regular was coming promised.along, work The was financialcrisIs suspended 1 the hereby Democratic announce I Voters my of candidity Putnam County.for the 8 Millinery Novelties. the Standard brick mason's labor gave and E dnd Real Estat,

, on this great railroad project office of Tarn Collector of Putnam COllnlY.ondr.tllllly..k ffi The public is space covered 10 per cent.
: SPRING OPENING. We invite when Mr. Glass severed his connection and elected I will your give\support.my time It and best A cordially invited to Size 2J x 4x8. Pretty red in = Opposite Court lieu
with the Tampa Northern and alfo...to the faithful performance of the chtlv. -
established an Insurance business\ In pertaining to the otllce.. hanking you for W attend. color. :lea:: me before you E Palatka Fla.

you to attend this opening. We Palatka. His fondness for railroading past support. \ery ....l'5hf A.ICily t$. .WILLAKD. purchase, or I will send you -

: was too great however and he FOR bUPERVISOR OF : m samples on application.
will have on exhibition one of the accepted the appointment of general Thanking the people of Putnam County for m Bricks are bide cut and ,
superintendent of the Tampa and having: ctioMen\ ma to be tliflr., Supervisor ofKeKlitratlon
Jacksonville, to succeed Mr. (Cutler the past two >tam, if they will t1 Palatka Fla. smooth.L. .
prettiest lines of goods ever shown confer that honor upon me the' next two yearn,
Mr. Glass' family will continue for
I huretiy. ,promise to .perform tlie dutIes of thatotltco S. KILL1NGSWORTH An Ordinance.
the to reside Palatka. .
present In faithfully .udlmparll.lIv.l'alo.ka. 'E roglli3.ro: J1JUt ,
in East Fla. All -the k. T. K.LLU'
new goods Fla, Fob.:25ih 1_) Hastings Fla.
His Awful Death. FOR SHK1UFK. --- An Ordinance to Fravlile far N

for SPRING and SUMMER. Jacksonville\ papers of last Satur. To TwIll the. Democratlo boarandidiute Voters for of renomlnutlon Putnam County to the: Yi !: !:!i !:iih!: !: !: Y:; Guaranteed -- ------ the Dwellings, Situated: Store and and lIt iBulldiDRa

l4 contained account of the
day an
, office of Khurltf. In the' coming primary, andniHiwctfully tbe Streets of tho Citj ol

: Every day during the opening death Railway of conductor Lloyd Challle who a accidentally Southern- ion for punt favors solicit I your mil. Yours Miipport.truly.I Thanking The best line of I Satisfaction i Florida.
fell between the cars of a moving R. O. HOWILL. Be It ordained by Maj-or
To the DemocratIc Voters of Putnam (' Council of the City of Fululbi:
train In the Jacksonville 0:
we will offer some Special Bar- freIght I hereby announce myiielf ait a candidate I for 25 Ccntflalflng To all our patron: we also" give' SECTION 1. That the ownmpunu
yards lust "Saturday morning and HhorllT nomination I at the, primary election I I you prompt service wh-n you
whose body was horribly mangled. to be held on May loth' 1110 gains. A different line for each Lloyd Cnallie some two or three Deputy for over. six years, 1 aO thoroughly' work Mtuhliie and Iltcjiola aol bowing. other buildings of the ('117 of
famlllnr with the ditties of the oiilce and pr.m- repairing done al to hare I
years ago was a baggagemen of the "tae. I If elected will carry out the law.is mar as are hereby required
! day. A money saver.Special. Florida. East Coast Railway from po..lblSl.m.. Yours very rvHpectfully, Mj E. properly nuiuboi'.d. in ncoonti"
Palatka. He made his home here a. ... KaNHKULY. O. EARLS provision of Section 3. of an <

and was well known by the young To the Demoorntlu Votera of Putnam Cot in the city. "Dtlt\ d. "An. Ordinance for t
I hereby nnnounce to you lint I iwo a cun 417 LAIIIUII St. tile Hoi'
often playing with the Palatka Pnlutka Fla..nlwnyn System of Numbering
men dldato for the olllce of HhorirT of PU ",..n See the
I bane ball team. County tiubioct to the autlon of the coInIng; Patterns. Mj I \\. ,,1.,.., changing tho Names of ronalD
Lloyd and Floyd Challle were L>"in ou ratio prJmury. If el:,,tt:d I plutlueniviHlf we can ploa| >0'ou.our(patronH" nod Public Ways th .lltyo''
to I Bntfeitra- and I
twin brothers and the death of the every faithfully we UM. IlDroumuur.llT Lemon:: Florida," paused I lu open lOll,
.t eel I perform the duties of tie* oltlco with !fiCor. M.Special
former occurred on hU 2Htb birth. untilIDK;: energy. ite9at.tftIlly. J. H. Yelverton jr I. First day of February |lij91.'

An elegant line of Pongee in all leading lily' which the brothers had arranged Fla., Mnr..tb."ii.t T.: KKUOINO.Interluchen. SEOTIOK 3. Huoh oumben
39c to celebrate together with their not IBM than three ((3) intli)0of I
shades in. wide at yd.. . To My Follow Democrat of Putnam Cot LemOia lund JUa St.
27 per families. The family home of the 1 tiikit this method of announcing mva, _*lf design .und materlitl! epf rote
Chatlln's\ was at Miami. The Metropolis a en ml id I nte for the office of Hlierltfuf: I'ut- l'aliitka 110..1.1.: ; I'ommUsloncrN Sale.pURMUANT City (,;Council and shall bo |place l
; of that place in Its notice gf flu,,) County aDd roiipuotfully, iu>k your HUU- TO AM6ltnKHANI they can be easIly dlacorDlblo I
: the death of Challle ror.lnh.. comliifi I>uni4>criitlu primary. If free of cal.| miulo, lh HIT
Lloyd on
These at nays : Fetruary ) sidewalks.BCOTIOR.
goods are cheap soc '"d I will dlMClmrwe the duties of C.. lee
, "The Chaille twins as they \ ere tlieofllua.. without fear or favor ami will try !fi!: !: !:fi!: !:fifi!: !: !:fi!: !: !: Jlllghh ,Of by tile the Honor. : "bto di:,"H'i.oT. W'llfttill. I ; 3. Any property
familiarly called were two of the to uie much economy for the uouutv anrofmlhltf. the stiute 0' .'I..1d" c. o rot fulDK'
III of
but chance bought them at hlil for I'lItnlllll occupant property
1 hunk ;
by we In advance -
Ing for
you ----- Joul11y.
any Florhla
bout base ball In the III
state .
players : can do for me, 1 at... 'or or tIn 'iuitnery,in t be III... to number the same la. acconlu
.' offer Floyd the living one being an expert Yours truly, K. E. W.",,". FARMER W A NTD.-Man end mllll.'rotor potiblon d" 10,1.15 0' Lloyd W. Morgan. Ad. the provlslogs of this nrtlID.a''"
a price that enables us to and Llo 'd. catcher of wife. without I' .. lIon 01 tho ot.ite 0'
pitcher a FOR SCHOOL OO IMII.IO:>lIn.!: children Ir..r..rl'.d. 'nll I Morgan."..."....1. VB. Idn alnrgoi fifteen ((111)) days after wrltwo f
wonderful ability. Their friends. To the Democratic Voters of School Commissioner House and privileges furnlahfd. i4.il followIng: Morgiuj iinis: :I: ale' :: ': t, ::1tr'O Sell I thu been served on such owner o>'
them to you at this unheardof I throughout Florida will be horrifiedto district No. 9 State reference Box 111, I'ulatkn P00 of dltrilutiur1 I of Iiiii ; thu ,pur. by the City Clerk shall bs ll>'
1 r learn. of the untimely and cruel I announce my candidacy for member of tbe I'hltltltt lIl'retu, : I tit,5, lit.: itli's: etc twentjH"
i : : is ( flue not exceedIng
Yollutisioler will
School Hoard fromitald .
County dUntrlct. ..
and clpath suffered by (he and subject 0lTr pidulic 0"1., .
price of Come early youngman tile action ot the approaching You 10 tin auld Iwsi anI e
39C. likewise the sympathy of all their 10 : rl" get tlm beat groceries )low- llllor for rusl II ill '- ., hl1h.at dollars or lioprlsonineut
Uetipeut fully : dl.cr.uilO
of !
Mt prices when thu I tiolart r'UIt"p"I. [ ten at the
trMle itouo. (10)) days
you with 1,1
friends and acquaintances silently J. 24. BLA"wn. A. ..
I : make selections as they will Grnliiirer at the now store. kR,County af Pilluinth,. State of Vrurl- City Judge.
your gins out tn the bereaved Oil
parents, To the Democrats of Putnam Cauntyi, I SECTION All ortlln..""
wife, brotheis and sister." r take this" method to announce my candi MONDAY] Ib.IIXTIl PAY nf wlr.JII i
not last long at the price. fur member. of the Huhooi APRtC !ordluai ass In oonllkt
dacy Board the
I from TWENTY BEAUTIFUL enuie being
district No. I subject to tha Pemooratla prt* PING-PONGS ;:: of AprIl\, A. lr\ll''first 1:1II\:: :\ : oaouo are hereby rup alod.P .
33 C., ,,
Fortunate> for the St&ie.lion. >. :jary. Thanking I you for pant support: and Cents Belts' Btiidl.j. lii, of.111..11...filiuwIuig,real 0.1R'H. I smd in Ooanoll U
IrutIng to Hgaln receIve I '' open
your endornemenUam or
We also showing some exceptional 8 J. Hllburn, of Palatka Is I very truly yours, J. 1.Uaa w, p"'Rn p..r..1, 0'State 1..01 .1'1011' 111 the. day of Pebruury, A. U. II I lIlA
: are .a candidate for I the legislature In I hereby announce my candidacy for mem Come and see the $treat cooking ... followit 01 Floniln. tIeecrllsal I HOW1.LL !.VI'1 1Pronlcleul

Putnam county. If men of the Hll, ber of the County School Bourn from Uls- wonder at our store nil next we,k. Lots one II) anl two t IliA SectIon T'on. elll''
values in White Goods burn type predominate in the next trlct No. 8,..ub.oo) the Detuocratla pri See "dvertl"ement III this pAp"r.. J. I Iy.wo 1:111): ). 10 'l'o..n.hlp. Num".r Twelve
ITp 10. I Ii.
If ra-electml, I shall eudnuvor D. Points .Hun'h or Attest
mary. & :
to Co. II""M")
It : .
legislature will be fortunate for aiatufmrg. duties It. "201" 10 ReI:" 1',1"" (ot
and Fancy Dress goods in all the state Starks Telegraph. you for past my support, and faithfully truHting'ihanklnu to again 01001 or I....Cou'nlnlll'. HI"tywo.....,. (02 1 J. N. BLACKWELL,

receive your endorsement, I am, K. B.MKIIRYDAY deal Clerk City Coils
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Blllouun? Feel heavy after diu- Very truly yours LA HAM P....,.. Everybody ha* the Plnt1'onaBetfs' *: -. K. N. OALHOUN Uommlaalou ] 1008.

new fabrics. New goods are daily ncr? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? FOR JUSTICE: OP THE: PBACB.: Studio only Oouuwl for Petitioner.. Approved Fob 23ud WlLSO.1

Complexion sallow? Liver needs I hereby announce my ."D.n
; arriving. Come and see them. waking up. Dome Regulets cure coining JUHtlceot, \ primaries huh Penco, ,for Mtlt re-nonilnatlon lutrlet: und respeutfully as- "O"nerally blllrnt''l for ---su4

5 ;, : bilious attacks. :25 I cents at any drug solicit the support, of my Irlond.anti lied '""'hwtliwhes. .InckBd Smh". : Drop In and have a cup of coffee LOST-Oold Locket 9:

I store. _____ __ bite cltUeiis Henerully lu my favor, lion WISS wurn.oultaild "II aDd hot biscuit. Plcnto Saturday: F'eb. :l2t".
fJl..o'my..u' to perform nit full duty in Burdock Blood Hittera ru.-down. our store any day If left at W. !:I. Fry'* J J"-"
All the latest In th. peel bonlUD, my 015dM me a next wsek. Wilt be
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Photography. glad to
.' l'n/r for past favors. well wnman.-lIlr.. ChaR. see IOU "
Beth, Studio. Freltoy; Ifyou Intend ord'
0 to
1to..cU.ully'ou'" I. ROWTOW.suii M08'lutS. Conn. buy or not. J. D. Send your next Kfowrt

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