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: May 8, 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
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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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or appropriated by themselves) an 000.000; I have added $15.000,000 to.
I To the Shippers of Florida : equal or greater amount; of stock well known standard average oaste of

CJfl \ representing a speculative profit in contraction I I have allowed $1 1,400-
/ the future.So .
000 for arohlteoraial and
I address to you thin circular letter I : Invariably have I found this to result I have. obtained work au as cash a
\ I II because It is Impossible to >.e eaob I "The prevalence of water In the be the case that I felt justified, after cost per mile of $25.800 which average I have
of you In person. railroad system Is so well known numerous Individual experiences In no doubt substantially exceeds the true
I It will show to you a special! service that It Is not necessary to do more saying to you that more than cue- cost of railways

4 : rendered by me In; your behalf than touch upon the matter. Van- half of the railway securities l issued la education, frugality.; Industry and
In the United States ()onlreR dorbllb set the. puce in consolidating represented no real property or Investment honesty Massachusetts" poPUI.tlODRtsnds
First f nd .1res8 THE VJ<:OE'1'A- the eleven roads between
., < Albanyand of cash. In the first rank of these United
BLK MEI.ON, CELERY, AND Buffalo and Increased the capitalization Besides the "water" Injected Into States and vet we bay the following
81'KAWHEURY SHIPPERS OFFLORIDA. by nearlv $9,000,000 In doing securities by the original builders of capItalIzation of the Massachusetts
It, then added 60 per cent to the anew, railway other and Often larger railways:
III 1005) III the House of Rnpresentatlvea stock capitalization of the Hudson
: /TF1\\\\ \\ WHshlnKtou City report-I road, of which he was. president;; by finnnolers percentages who have it are found poured! their In Funded debt. ........ ,9108.41)5.880)
/ Mortgages .. .. .
..d" bill to regulate therf.1/ then extending his control over the profit In combining a number of Individual etc .. 25007.818
their charges and among others I I Central and adopting the same tactics railways into a "system"by Capital stock...... ..... .. 2811. 4.06

was a provision to put the ICING I there he added 80) per cent to the means of a holding and operating
CHARGES OF PRIVATE CARLINES New York Central; then he consolidated corporation.As Total capitalization.... .$304,877,180

w.L UNDER THE POWER Oh' the two roads. and In doing It a result we frequently find Dividing this by 7,001 miles of single
'1'hK: INTERSTATE:, COMMERCE Inflated the Central 27 per cent more stratum of securities plied upon track we obtain about $611.000: capitalization
COMMISSION.: and tbe Hudson 86 per c..nt.o; that I stratum of securities until a chartof per tulle-BIJ per cent of water
I wus on the Interstatejand Foreign In the four years from 18(16( ) to 1870 he the securities of a system of some probably more.Referring .
Commerce Committee. No other brought: the capitalization up from railway systems very closely resem to gross! assets of companies
bill. introduced by either Republican $54,000.000\ which was a little more ble a geological section. given: on page I 0 of Massachusetts\ Railroad
or Democrat contained this valuable than the total cost on the books of There can (It my statement Is correct Commission's report. June 80, 1008.
provision to aid the truck and! fruit the company about $4,000,000 more ) be but one of two results of we dud as book accounts but probably. : ,
Interests of Florida. -to $1011,000,000./ The total cost on these manipulations. not the practical truth t
Let us take an example t From the books In 1870 was under $70,000 Either the Is
----- OUR publlo robbed by Construction . ..... .$308,280,889
STYLE Starke Florida to New York city per mile. while under his capitalisa: overcharging to render these watered Equipment!: ... .. ... ..... 82,057,133>>
tCEDES the Icing charges and freight charge tion It was $122,000 per 111 lie. securities valuable to their owner Laud and buildings..... .. 1.497,218 .'.
_ : 1I : NUMBER on a carload of strawberries. Is |266( "That example has been followedto *, or Innocent purchasers of them Out,*...... ...... . 40.S80.007
TOE I am Informed. a great extent all over the country lose all or a portion of their Investment

; L 203 This certainly must be a gross so that our railroad capitalization If they have been led to be- Total ... .. .. ...... .$808,570,789- -
I'\\ overcharge. is now about halt water or wa- hove that their securities represent Stocks bonds and other

The Icing charges are, I believe ter and wind. The figures of construction real property. . .. ... .property :...- 64,110,110
from $60 to $8O. equipment! cost givenIn Tersely either the traveler and

\ Evidence taken at WashingtonCity Poor's Manual from time to time shipper Is robbed or the purchaserof Gross o.sel8. .. ...... ,-$483,780,849-
shows that *18 to (30 is an ample Indicate that. the railroads of the securities Is swindled if he bugs
aI t\\ I i Icing charge for 1,01)0) miles car- United States are capitalized at believing them to have been honest- The Item ot e64.oo0.ooo probably presents

riage., """ about double what they- could be IV. luttllAll--_ "strategic purchases" having. no
llio truck and fruit industry in built and equipped for at the pre The, purchaser of "water" securi proper relation to ezDenditnrea rannimil.
Florida now has a chance to be heard ent time." ties Is either helping/ thieves tA rob to operate the roads for the convenience
.- and cut down this extortionate Icing How Is It with the Florida rail- the public or Is himself the victim 01> of the publlo and I he profit of the stock
__ charge. Tim rate from California to roads? In the same speech by me thieves. lolders.
__ I New York nu frelghtand Ichlll, charges February 8, 11)07,1 used these.. words But probably my general Axperlenoe The Interstate Commerce Com nils*
Is much less than from Florida! to "Let me cite tile facts as to Rome and feeling in these matters slon, .Tone 80, 1008 reports total miles
New York. In a speech delivered by of the railroads In the State of Flori will not serve to convict you or of sluK'n' track 288.821./01 (this is not the
me In congiuns on December 13, 1005, da-upon this subject of overcapitalization. others and I will nsk your careful length of roadbed whlo 18 less; it is
I used this language: attention to an analysis of the Massachusetts the total length of all the tracks where
"Now there was, not a'word in the 'I'ake the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad railroad commissioner's ever placed). Outside of Massachusetts
-_ Knoh-Townaend bill the Republican in that State. It Is capitalized. report 11H)4) : with a few exceptions in the
bill-and should have been there; at $28.885 per mile. Eastern and Middle States the equip
there wax. not a word In the Davey The Carrabelle Tallahassee and Returns of Year Ending June 30, mont rarely costs as much as 93.000 per
bill the Demociatlocaucus billandIt Georgia Railroad at $28,000( per mile. 1903. mile and we are liberal in putting the
: should have been there-correcting The Florida East Coast Railroad cash cost of construction !and equip
I the Iniquities of terminal fees at $28,470 per mile. Mans railways) Miles owned ment of .all at an average: of $20,000 -
READ THIS GUARANTEE and private car lines. My state has The Georgia,Southern and Florida Total length of line..... .. .. .8,704 per mile, or $5.670,430! The total ,
sulterocl unjustly In the terminal- Railroad at $26,280 per mile. Total length of staple, truck .. .. .7,001 railway. capital June 80. 1908 was Interstate
For by it you have the.makers' positive assurance that absolute satJSifiction fees matter. The vegetable and mel ;, And to cap the climax the Seaboard The coat of construction of these lines.excluding Commerce Commission report)
will be yours if you wear -- -- on and fruit Industiios of my State: Air Line' Railroad at t-18,417 : equipment. laud and build.' 111:1,1\99,9110.258.: or about $7.000000
BURT & have been Injured by the unjust exactions per mile." iocs, securities of other companies,caiihmiscellaneous watered securities and $5,000,000,000
PACKARD of the private cars. Mr. Does It cost over $15,000 per mile onsets is given as $ 91.-! actual value.Experienced. .
KORRECT Chairman from t he little town In to build and equip these lines of 2UIIIUSK! In round flgnres, $78.800 permile engineers (I mean those
SHAPE .SHOES which I reside Montioello, Fin., to railroad? Competent civil engineerssay ( of roadbed; $18,000 per wile of who have been through the mill) will
R.II. u. I. Pat. Olf. fr Plttsburg, Pa., It has CORD the large single track. ell you the same as I do as to actual
,. extortionate! price uf$'JO for Icliiar This single track valuation the Important cost of construction and equipment it
: FORfMEN charges on a cur of .,cantaloupes, item for 1C includes every foot not (alt in most cases) prevented by ner.sounl ....t
.. : while according to the best testimony r not.'t'l of truck, wherever or however lined. fear of oousqaenaes from disalos-
Our Guarantee Patent taken upon the subject, II charge ol Omitting long bridges: tunnels, log: the troth.
, These map ..' from '18 to .UO would.1 be the maxi- heavy rock cuts extraordinary excavations You may, and probably will have
t) _._ ThU label' i Ja in "every "Burro- "Bnrrojops" fancy Pnce $4 mum price these pilvate oar Hue nllowiug 10.000 cubic yards, xo.i- many Instances of extraordinary coat of
101>." Korrect 8hnp, Shoe. Blucher Oxfords are should Justly ohnrice-$00 taken at vatlou per mile the cash cost of the construction brought to prove to you
i4'a I I I I and stand u a ffuarante that made with the popularth."DllrroJ.po"upperwmoot one fell swoop out of one small parcel average standard gauge railway to the he higher cost of our railways. Many
I medium: narrow "Mercedes" Burt top of the mil head Is from many instances of the both
_ & Packard Of freight. e instances are unwise and
.. break through befort th. flrit toe. A leading Twelve hundred carload of celerj about as follows, \vhou prulently uuunoestury expenditures
lob. IB worn Utrouffh. spring and summer style. 'Umited.. constructed :
and lettuce got's from Man ford. Floilda not forget that for every such case
( u.s.Pat.Ort Prelim'
: to out of state markets. nury legal papers und hare ant hundreds or miles of railwaywhich
l1 !I event of- a "Burrojnpt"Shoe ...eftrlnfr contrary to thla Buy a Pair Today Une> $5 'Ihlft Icing saving from $UO per oui, Olvll rlghtsofway. .$ 700 honestly have not cost 17.600

Iliac. .. the retailer. from whom tbe** .hoe were pur- _ to even $40 per car, would amount t _ _ to
!t. top or rail . 11,01.0
auUiorlwd to replace PACKARD A FIELD .' a saving, to that community alone, contrary, very mooh less.The .
a new pair. M.k. ._ ,_ U'b annually, of fOdOUU. If ,the high Arab stations, shops and houses. 1.500 fairest. Index: of the proper cost of
BROCKTON. MASS. freight rate wee reduced uUo, It --- It railway Is not its length of roadbed
r would be a much gruuttr. saving lathe Total ... ... ...... .... ...10,200 but its length of single track.

shippers (hula/ and all over. Flor Of courso we have exoepteil. long Twenty thousand dollars per mile Is

Not only theBEST ida.At this calculation the melon fruit other bridges unusual(say features over 00-foot, but throughout span) and. ot an most overestimate railways crossing of the the average vast: .prairies Oust-

: and vegetable Interests'of Floridamust tlttHtachosetts and the United of the West.Yon .
_ pay. to the private oar lines Ghere; are very low railways States will note that I have. not brought
ONE MILLION ($IIMIOIXX'>) DOLLARS 10.000 cubic yards requiring forward the many individual Instances
OVER ANDABOVE WHAT per mile. ($8.500)) which have come to my notice upon

SHOEIS( THEY SHOULD PA Y, FOH ICINU : There are notnb'e' individual lu which I based nay former statements to
CHARGES ALONE. ituiices of costly and unavoidable ,o'z but have delayed loan enough
My work in Congiess greatly helped expense bun these will be engineering bal-. to enable me to verify them generally:
to make the law as It Is, giving arced by the by a consideration of all the railways
average savings from
the complaining shipper a remedy. of Massachusetts.
113.200' allowance
mile for
but thebest makes ofMEN'S I think "the shippers of Florida"will CONQRKSBMAN: Wlrt. B. LAMAK. rloD. pop conntrao- For thirty four :years' beginning on

appreciate my work.I We see that the the Delaware. Lackawaua .and Western
book ,
now address THE ORANGE Then tile shipping Interests of (I38.UOO) of construction average is nearly three cost road, as a civil engineer in the days ot
SHIPPERS.!! In 1889.1890 the railroads he crimes of Fislc and Gould of theMe
In Florida raised the Florida are paying height and passenger times the necessary coHt ((118,200)) of I I have watched the <
AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND suddenly : fares on large minis of capital' steam railways to the rail top. growth of .
rate on oranges In Florida snipped to NOT INVESTED IN THE HAIL- The cost of equipment of the Massachusetts ; his criminal method called "watering"securities :.

_ outside markets from IK) cents per ROADS-"WIND AND WATER." railways is given as WJ.057 and today we find that their ,
box to 40 cents per box. This wa.. a 133. access has led to the perpetration by
I Introduced By this
Into the HOURH of Is principally meant the
83K cent raise. It was an unjust their Imitators or a colossal fraud reach-
FURNISHINGS per rolling stock For
Representatives February 7, 1007, at purpose of this '
raise. Washington, a bill to regulate rail' comparison I will place very high fig lug 7.000000000 upon the citizens ofthu i.
The Interstate Commerce Commission United States .
roads. Empowered ores. h, ,
the Interstate upon though maoh of it is old
condemned It. HUT THEY Commerce CommlsRlon to ascertain and largely depreciated In value I wish yon God speed in try lug to puta
WERE TOO LATE; the deed had the PHYSICAL VALUE of the Locomotives >2,277> at $10"0008acb. i stop to it. If you succeed you will
been done THE RATE HAD BEEN earn the. gratitude of
; every man.
'I RAILROADS interstate lines in :
IIA ISRI). (33,770,000 I return to the bill which could
\ the United States. Passenger: cars 8,838 at .
I The had been rob- be much improved, and I also
Fearnside Clothing Company orange shipper This will enable the great tribunal 000 16,000,000 band
bed. The Industrial Commission, von Engineering News November >
appointed I ,
to decrease railway rates to a Just Baggage and mall cars, 0.10. ,
by President MoICInley, commenting and reasonable basis of value. at (11,000 each _.. 1,950000 DOB. containing' a brief article of mine
this used this on "Railway rates for electric .
case rail.way.
on very an
It will be
a great reform ; It will : oars, 84.8.20, at $600each "
( very language: ''be a blessing to the shippers In the 17,413,600 and the following pipers
"As a matter of fact. the damage If Gravel and What are the facts?" by Sloson
United States such provision becomes construction
Palatka Florida. Inflicted by the existence of such an a national law. 1,805 at |40U each. ..cars.. .. 7 0.000 Thompson I ",l'ncisaboui railroad rates" ',
unreasonable rate could not be meas- If made United States Senator by by H. T. New-comb ; "Solution trans
ured by hundreds or perhaps by hun the people of Florida I will lend all .$30,608.500-- portation problem" by P. 8. Qrosscnp ;
dreds of thousands of dollars. The to make thin Moss R. R. I. Comm. Rept., Jane 80, .
Bearing of this citation Is to show THE my powers LAW OFTHE LAND.provision Many of these locomotives and- oars wan _. ,
that any effectual protection to the ire leased but for the purpose of our After yon have read my article in the
rnmmr"mnr"mm", ", Real Estate For Sale. shipper must proceed from adjudication I will railroads also Introduce from overcapitalizing a bill to prevent discussion they should be valued and Engineering News I wish YOU would '

== of the. reasonableness of rates their lines of road ; I will try andprevent so we had better lIx their total cost. .at refer to Census Bulletin No. 8 and 31 :
B.' Tucker 3V" before, and not after they have been any more "wind and water"business say t7d.OOO.OJO Instead of ja,0IOOOO( just to see how carefully they have.
Finley paid-that Is to say, in advance of the railroads. book value given .avoided Riving the required data enab. ,
house in fine condition St. by I have
"" *" Fino two story dwelling on Kirby their exaction by the carrier Powerto been the true friend and defender of There are 7,601 miles of single traok ling the fixing of the cost of construe- : :

., uraoce, Real Instate, =3Pp. lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. Half pas upon the reasonableness of such "the shippers of Florida" In the owned and with sufficient accuracy for ion, equipment and operation of the
::: rates to their enforcement onr purposes we can the tine railways. they pretend to deal. with.
.Court HOUBO Falatktt, Flu.1R.aI 3 cash balance at 7 cent. prior as a United States Congress in its House put cost
I =3 per consequence, constitutes practically the of Representatives. I now solicit of equipment with rolling stock at $10- i To the engineer's; lot it falls to deal
Small farm of about 5 acres with dwelling on edge of town, only safeguard which tobe snipping their.votes for my nomination to be 000 per mile .a very liberal estimate for with the concrete and tangible and
Estate Bargains r g known Place." Half Cash.The .public may enjoy." United States Senator, In the primary Massachusetts! railways which when he seeks help from these expensive
"Fitzhugh .
as 1 otlored two years ago In Congress serve a denser population than exists in
3kilty May 19, 111I)8.) publications by our Oovernernmel he
.0.JW.-fl-room hoiirte. doulrable
_ "1 on Kinuittt 14$. bath room, "g? Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 5 miles from Palat- an amendment to the present Hereto attached Is letter from a any other portion of the Jolted States finds that because no one compiling the J
ntry rvantH* house and ull :::: ka mile of rivor .. "Hepburn Railroad Rate Bill" to pre first-class engineer on this great: and which being a manufacturing data In them appears to have power to :
jadern oonveatenuoH, only SUouo. Ziffo. one frontage. community ,
vent the railroads from ever repeatingsuch question of overcapitalization of must use its railway demand replies, or practical expert:
.88.Lot 60x100' font, reflldenao, 3: Other properties both in the City and Country for sale on an overcharge on oranges again. railroad It was printed .as. a document argely. noe aud grasp all our Government '.
rtion of the city onI111ooo.oo.) The amendment provided that no of the United States Senate. We have omitted occasional extraordinary statisticians have fallen victims to the
--, easy terms. Apply railroad should INCREASE AN I add It for the Information of the expenditnres. say, for the tunnels : ousplruoy of secrecy among railway.
_[ffo.ft.-10-room, f-itory haline tusIrsbIo :::: EXISTING:: RATE Vl'1'HOtJTFIRST people of Florida. I am. and long bridges oter rivers, and promoters and operators who above all ,;
t locality; flood repair. == -- --- -- GETTING'1'HE CONSENTOF also for rock oats and .
-- deep excavation
I things fear honest publicity for their
III i I one of the best propOHl =35 Very respectfully /
bni :.. have to oltlor. The prlue == THE INTERSTATE COMMISSION WILLIAM We are perfectly save, however In deeds Very truly years
!!lUlII1IuciIII1I! : IDIumIwiC8ItiI: : :lIOilJIIIiI: : : I2III1I1U ,
.only' .11no l -cfl.Uor lUBtallinout. ON NOTICE HAD TO allowing an average of $3,000: per mile
Appendix No.2. of traolc or $15,20:1,000:! : to WM. D. MARKS.
: cover the
.No.luoI 8 l!truck,-fl-room land house,nil under, SO aoreaIII fonce :=::3 9 IiIIiIiIiI: : : ssxx m THE This SHIPPER.amendment of mine carried ; l Senate[ Document No. 10$, Fifty- oasd. cost of those extras

.*I\ one-half cleared; now burn* into effect the recommendation, of the ninth Congress first session.] Recapitulating for the average honest County .inp&ign Meetings.
rTlng well .,..W hOII1"l\lohlok- =g Watches 'Industrial Commission." Letter from William D. Maiks, cash cost of Massachusetts railways we I
JewelryRings My amendment consulting -
K good mule ml and all _
.rm wagon to run *giiore was largely voted down. If I engineer and statistician have for each mile of single track The following: are the meetings for
)- fnrin..nttrda ; the Bt. =.. I am nominated to be United States of Philadelphia, 1'... regarding: the owned IPreliminary county candidates. .1
I hnii Hlver tan miles north of == are the Prevailing of the Qrandln! Friday May 8th at
I lutki: owner wlMhos to leave 3 Senator: I will renew the amendment overcapitalization nteam- legal papers and noon.

e it aw.mr-wtll .ell at a greatartfloe. == Fashion In that great body. It will be hleld railway corporations of..the United rlghtofwav.... .. .... .. ....$ 700 Melrose, Saturday, May 9th at
::: Again. and buckle" to the ORANGE INTERESTS States. Civil engineering and construction noon.

We have ath..... Come in and =:::l : and applies equally to December II, 1006. to top of rail ... ..... 11,000 Salll'tlateo. Tuesday, May 12th at
I u. H. Flnl.y Tucker. =23 We are having special sale in all fancy THE VEGETABLE.; MELON Hon. Wharton Barker. Minor stations. machine shops noon.

PHOSPHATE LUMBER AND Philadelphia, Pa. and houses ..... ..... . ... 1,500 Bout wick, Wednesday May 13th,
UlUIUiUiUiUUiiiJlUUKalaika stone rings, in CATTLE and FARMING INDUSTRY : Dear Sirs Referring: to our verbal Equipment of locomotives and at noon.

IN FLORIDA.It Interviews regarding: tbe overcapitalisation cars. .... ... .. .. .. .... ... 10.000 liannervllle, Thursday, May 14th
---- Opal Garnet Turquoise Sardonyx will hundreds of thousands of the steam-railway
save corporations Sxtraordloary expenditures ... 11,000 at noon.
''':__ IUIDlI1lll1'.JIIIIIillIRlHJ'IIIIIlnH.nul..o.urere : : of dollars to the shippers of Florida, of the United States: and Estimate cost of constructionand Palatka Friday IBth 7:80
Etc. etc.I3rgth1E May
Sapphire, 10 case of attempted sudden raise of more particularly In reply to your equipment per mile. . 311,300 at night. ,
Lumber Go. rates by the railroads.OVERCAPITALIZATION. query of the 6th current. "Let me
: Francis Saturday May 16th, at
know what think fair
; iri Rings $20 100 noon.
sation of the railroads or capitalization
of OP RAILROADS. the public should pay for" I Massachusetts has been selected because romrnitteemen for above precincts
|Pine and Cypress High and unjust freight rates are would say that In m,. experience of its railroad commissioners have will arrange for these meetings.
hugely due to this oanso.In late years as a consulting engineer I largely reduced the usual amount of J. N. BLACKWKLI., ,
; Mouldings S/VUXH the Jeweler a speech made by me in theHous.of I have been struck by the deplorable corporate dishonesty by their most careful Secretary. F. J. FBARNSIDB. 1
Representatives, February and almost universal "watering": of examinations and enforced publicity Cbatr Dem. Ex. Com. "
8. 11107. I used this language I securities In railway corporations of corporate accounts
and Palatko, Florida. "I want to read something relative practiced by our promoter of these Its dense population requires a larger, :
to overcapitalisation of railroads In ; enterprises. equipment than the average ot the rent FOR ATTORNEY GENERALVOTE
_ ough and Dressed the- State of New York occurring' Not only are our railways often. of the Ualrad SUtes: its costs of oonstractlou -
!!r' Glasses Fitted Watch Work many years IIg... and it comes. from wnstefiilly built wholly upon t the are luareaiod I ny reason ot In FOR
: Pine Lumber. I high aud competent, authot ity. Prof. proceed of the sale. of bond at figures rocky soil and hilly topography, far
t Imm: IlCCiIII.IIII: Parsons a competent authority on far below par but the proinoteis .!love the average of many oibet eotinus. Park M. Trammell!
Send the matter. testifying before the Industrial burden .
as your order. frequently add to the of the
=: 11t Couimlmlou fit* or. six year earnings of their enterprises. by IHRU- I have Increased lheHtat d book vula :
___'''''_._ _!lla_ xiKstxssiasKKXsymsyM ,,_;a ago! stated as follows lug as a bonus (to go with the bond of equipment from (33.000,000) to $70-( A Friend to the People.1 .



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Palatka News Tb., benefit supper given b,. tbe K.T. Mr. Klrohnsr. German mlnUr Memorial Day Exercises.
ladles of the Baptist cburcb. Tbarsv of Fernaodtoai will conduct
..1.. eve-nln*. wan largely patronised Lutheran a rTloe. In Eugllab with Under the auspices of Patton Anderson
The supper was fine. celebration of tba Lord' Hupper. at chapter United Daughters of Silk GinghamsThe r Kennerly Hardware Co. I
."'''' the O rber ebaprl. Front street. Sunday tbe Confederacy Memorial day services -
Miss Carrie Warner Carter and I

.. : City happenings and Si her sister, Mrs. Joy, who have been are Invited May 8d,to at these 2:80 services p. in. and Friend...- View were cemetery as usual last,Monday held in .after West Latest In Dress Goods.A _DEALEMSUardware!: IN-
guest for the past several days of I
7 Personal mention. Dr. and Mrs.: E. S. drill left onWednPlday cured a cordial. welcome. noon.Mr. J. N. Blaokwell. acted. master beautiful line iu Shep-
i i Manager Louis Kalbfled of the
for their home In Bloghanipton. ( of ceremonies. The program of Stoves
: z;. Y. Miss Carter owns Howell Theater la getting up a benefit exercises. consisted, of an Invocation herd Plaids and large I

considerable valuable real estate In entertainment fur the Palalaabnanball by Rev Patrick Barry of St. ?Mnlll- -
Mint Elms
Merrydav visited Jacksonville Checks.
club to take place at the
'alatka snd has a pleasant winter which
oas Catholic church after a and
M... thin week. theater on Tuesday night. May IZth.\ Implements
home at Lake Como where Ihe ban choir consisting of the Misses Aior- white aud
MU Nell LeCrone who spent the been for a month or two wltb her lbs entertainment will be a high agne, Mrsdauiea Phillips and Adams See my line of

I winter In thin city. left last Saturday sister. class vaudeville aflnir In wblcb thebest and Messrs. O"r.tow, Vlckers and colored Wash Skirts- 1 TOQls
for DeKalb Ill. local talent will have partl.Tbat Garden .
rendered In b..auttfullyImpr..I.
Moragne a
., Miss H. W Roxburgh the attract- this means much all who attended ... Cardinal Newman' none prettier anywhere.
H. 8. Matthews of Birmingham. lv, and accomplished niece of Mes the recent performance of the manner "

Ala.. contractor for th. brick paving _rs. Ihonias and Gilbert Murray and K. of P. minstrels will attest. Keep Mr.* "Lead UlHCkwell Kindly then Light.Introduced Complete Block of Laces I Fine Cutlery.
In Palatka. waa ID the city this week who hue spent tbe post 18 months this entertainment In mind. Judge E. Noble Calhoun-who deliv.

Robert W. Davis with her uncles In this city left onlueaday --s. oration In Embroideries-
/ Judge and family red a brief but eloquent and
have returood to Tainpa after i. for her home In Olsegow.ScotLand Crushed Under Log Train. which he paid most touching tributes gi Agents for the celebrated
( visit of several weeks In Atlanta. / greatly lo the regret of b..r1r1..lIdll. to the heroes of theCause. reasonable.
It. C. UullowHy gentleman well- sleeping Prices always
.. a
)11. Koxburgh wan charm..dwith
.. It
0. known and lu thl Lost The News regrets
Florida and ouly returned to highly ectteeiutd I Oliver Chilled Plows.
Miss Ida Leib expects: to leave for tier uatlre /bcotlaud at tbe urgent city Is deed ... a result of a horrible cannot secure for publication JudgeCalhoun'a
accident which occurred, at the Logging oration but It seems to Hattie N. Buky
Boston shortly where she will rename solIcItation of her mother who bee ,
her musloal studies lu tb. mourned tbe long separation. camp ot the Wilson Cyprus have been more the product of an
,, Boston Conservatory. mpany tour milts South ol Cresoeut aspiration Induced by the solemnityof Palatka Fla. Planet Jr. Implements.THE .
Tbe Wonderland moving picture City last Tuesday evening.Mr. the occasion. than any studied r
: Little Dorothy Davis left for her I how conducted by F. W. Kell uexio Ualloway who had charge of effort. Notions,
borne In Jacksonville laat Saturday < Ray'sou Lemon street I. attracting loading tbe logs on the cars for ablpLueuc The same choir then sang "The Fine Dry Goods and w
after a> week's visit here with bet large crowd. each performance. over the private tramruad /Sword Robert Lee"and "renting Ladles'Furnlahlngs.
grandmother Mrs. F. D. Ackerman.Rev. the show begins at6:3Op. m. and Incontinuous which leads to the lake front bad on the Old Camp Oround," after I

O. H. Ward for the past 2&y.an until after 10. The views given the signal for the train to start which the ladles of the chapter and I
known are exceptionally fine, with a and had jumped on tbe train between citizens and children proceeded to
of the
pastor Episcopal churchat
; complete change of program dally.Moving two car.. It IK supposed tbat be lost scatter flowers over tbe graves of the
Crescent City. was a guest at the pictures afford the finest kind 01. balance aud fell. Three wheels dead soldier. -____ _,, ____ ....._...._.T'_... Kennerly Hardware Co.
Arlington; Hotel on Monday. '. .:pl'-.lI'.lI' "u f-G"'''''' 'L'L ,
_. .
of entertainment and If b".n.Ib..n .
you before the
passed overbli right! leg ---- --- I i
Carl Brubaker. former Palatka Wonderland.lt be worth .
a to engine could o stopped .IU r. uailuway's Church. :
: boy but now of Jacksonville where your while and the small admission lug was horribly crushed and St. James Methodist I White Dress Goods Selling at Palatka., Florida.

be has a responsible place lu the to go and see it. mangled close to the groin. He. ... H. DCTIU. FA8TOR. i
-; postofQce, wa. a visitor In the cityoy..r carried to the aud Dr. Benson !
camp I
Mr. and Mr. B. A. Deal of Miami
N. I
school 0:46
Sunday a.
/founday.Through .
arrived In the city Tu..dHY; ..... summoned from Crescent City. Blackwell, Superintendent. Mission Actual CostFor
the kindness of Mrs. ,V. evening for.a short stay. Mr. Dun, who could not ol Bourse arrive for Sunday. A place and a welcome for
W. Taylor of this city the Palatka returned the next night but Mrs!\ LWO oc three hour Dr. A. M. Steel::

Public Library has now a complete Deal will remain some days. !Mr of thl city was also summoned by :I you.Preaching at 11 a. m. followed by $$ ..
....... .
and he went to the .*.
telegraph np Cash at 9
set of the works of E. Marlon Craw. Deal stated to the News that he bad the Sxcrainent of the Lord' Supper.:
ford some 26 volumes in all. been life long voter In Putnam camp ou the WII.oo'.laullch "Bust
a ,
At 7:80 p.m. the pastor will continue -
county; that although he bad frequently arriving there shortly after mid- his discussion of the wonderful i The Complete Line I
W. A. Merryday the firs I Only
spent Lucas'Millinery
three day. of the week in lived elsewhere, ha had always night. parable In Luke 15, the subjectfor Miss Kale L.
The that Mr. Oal-
physicians saw
claimed Palatka his lelt,1r..ld..1I08
that hour being "The Lost Colu.
Oa.. whither be went to attend themeeting and hud always come hereon I loway was In a precarious condition All who heard the sermon. last Sunday II

L A F. K'y.of He the says directors that of the the county O. S. this election however days to decided vole. Us to voti hae. lou which was he decided realized on bat and an this am put&-was night on The Lost Sheep" will Store. 1! of Furniture and HouseFurnishings I
year want to be preseut next: "Sunday'
about Macou has had rain in floods. .
In M! Intnl. and to this end bas registered performed by Dr. Stevn a.alst .d by nlKht. Everybody: welcome. I

The Ladles Missionary Society of U that city. Dr. Henson. Mr. Qalloway expired Young men will find the young out all Piece in the City.
:I closing
with the completion of the operation.HI am J .
the Baptist church held their regular men's Bible class at St.: James' a delightful -
Inclement\ weather alone was r. .- body was brought to this city
monthly meeting at thx home of place to spend a Suodnv Good at ACTUAL COST, BO g
Mr.. Williams on'Klrbv: street Tu... ponnlble fur the slim attendance.' nd undertaker B. U.: Mooney! prepartd morning hour. I
dny afternoon at 8 o'clock. Quite nn the concert given by the Piilatki. it forsblpiiieut to hi* old home now is your time to get your : : 213-313-217

Interesting and profitable program Choral Society at the Howell Theater m South Carnllua.. The family was Makes Good Point. WHITE GOODS for tie t t M. R. Ryan Lemon Street.
but those who nutlQedby r..ph.bill .... liveat Gapf.
was rendered on tbe subject of Mission lust Monday night t..ar they ,
: schools. The next meeting. will braved the threatening weathet liainar a mail pl..c..1G miles from Sheriff Howell has been sending summer cheap for CASH fc i i : : Palatko.ru. j

be held at tbe borne of Mrs. J. H. were amply repaid. by an evening ot ,the railway and telegraph station out a campaign; letter to voters this .I" ONLY-no goods on creditat H. e EEEEEE EE E"E
Yelverton. song luch as It Is rarely tbe privilege there was delay in netting them week In the which be hashes "good .
cf Falatkans to hear Mr*. word. point In favor of the economical. ttdinlnlatratlon I. these low prices. Come t

Julius Sao!! an. candidate! for railroad Mann directress of the society l I. Mr. Galloway lIveJ for severalears of his nfQoe. He stSteM in and let a Summer Dress *!o: Mv.'I'iNINNNNmmWNNN-Nim."iNJMYI1.
comrniiiskoner. spent Monday In I certainly to be congratulated: UDOII at Wclnka where he was associated that when he assumed. the oltlce lu1U01 --- -- -- -- - -
tbe city and called on many old time the high stale of vocal efficiency lo with Mr. B. B. McLeod In the the countr fine and forfeiture -and while getting the J::

acquaintances. Mr. Baloman was which she has brought tbe Individual timber bu.I.....*. For sometime pasta fund was In debt and all line and Drms lint also c:
formerly In the cigar and tobacco members of this organization. has been associated! with tbe Wll- forfeiture warrant had to be dis == purchase a

business Jacksonville and for the The program.. published last week .00 Cypress company and wits the connt"d.SllIce/ I have been In t:
past many years has resided in Jackson was carried out. and tbe solos and ',ccuul.I ..nt and timekeeper their office. says the shrritf "ibis fund yjrvjTIi.riI7rnrTTmTJ2.nu Bargains in Palatka

connty while following; the occupation choruses were highly pledging. Crescent. Lake camp. He was a man has steadily Increased and on July
of commercial traveler. He about 45 years of ego. wellknownand 18th 1007, $&000 was transferred c ccc c c
: Is counting on the support of an extensive Prof. L. D. Wntden. the famous ItlunioiiUt highly& esteemed In this city and from this fund to the hard. roads S 3a3 cr.r.r.r.r.r. r.r.r.r.r.r.r.n ;
: stale acquaIntanceship to and wizard who has been. .uiity. and there. Is general expres- fond and the fine and forfeiture oJ'11'; "" : Farm or Town Property,
land him In tbe office. be seeks spending a short vacation In this cit) lon of sorrow athli horrible and uu- fund ntlll has a talance on hand of da: U...
with his parent., left this week fur timely death. 2.473 86." Leave
: desirable Silk gingham Is a new and .....rr.I I Atlanta.. He nan recently. closed s Mr. Howell thinks this item Is "23,::I U.. :s Timber Lands for Sale or Lease.
dress goods material ", most natUfacrory eng u ment with I "David G&rrick at The Howell. worthy Ihe- attention of voters for r.i; U.
all the appearance of real Bilk more Alkahest Lyceum System: of that the reason that all the Ones and fees. 1:1, "0;
durable and less apt lo soil than silk city. tor an eight weeks tour of southern Many of our people who wltiiesiedMr. collected In his office are paid Into r::, Your Order ?: "
Allen Uoltou' rJ"J 0;
i. and at a moderate price. This mom cities his to HI appearance a few
1 engagement open this fund, and all the expenses of the r.'I'
popular fnhrlo In vnrl.us colorings the Grand Opera, House. Atlanta ) e .ra ago will welcome his return to umce are paid out of It. r1, KS j
in Shepherd: plaids and large checks Wvdiieadav: night the 20th inst. our city with much pleasure; those :
CUD be purchased at IbM store of !Miss Prut Waldeii, though a young. man, a hu did hot attend hIs porforinance In Honor cf Mrs. Sawyer.On S;! for paj 1 H. A. FORD [

Buky. In the Dillon Block. Not In hi. chosen profession Is asireathfatnoue then will have an opportunity to see ,arii
$ him at his belt In the above ,play Friday afternoon of lust week _
only this, but there are other new in more than a dozen state .1.1 :'Ir:
goods: In this store whluh will Interest and It Is not too much to predict thai u..xt Friday night May 8th. Miss Bosa Coxe entertained a fen
the ladlo EverytbinrIghtup.: he will soon rise to an eminence fur David Uarrick" Is one of Robert- of her young lady friend at pro.gressive House |
to-date for Mess Buky keep. well beyond anything yet attained In hU oii'. most sparkling comedies brltn- whist. In honor of faIrs. :::1.1 : I
posted on all mutter pertaining to wonder-making, pleasure giving profession. lulof wit and laughable situations Agate Sawyer of Providence Rhoda :jjj: rtIs Real Estate
dry goods and ladles furnishings. and Mr. Holtoo lu his Interpretation .. Inland. The scores of Miss Edna r:1.: _

Is .enough of an artist _never _to Crlll and Miss Dalay LIvingston be. Numbers PJro
allow the Interest to lag from the Ing a tie and the highest the gain. Fire Life and Accident Insurance.
i tune the curtain. goes up until the they drew lot for first prlzo.whlch r.u -ri.I i
dotting situation. He Is a monologist wa won by Mis Livingston and, ,

of more than ordinary ability, !gracefully presented by her to Mr*. With | j National
and his work exceedingly difficult /Sawyer the guest bf honor. An Interesting : : | Companyof

as he impersonates not one character I feature of the entertainment nc 31.
We Are After You only but In "David Oarrlck" play.eittven was singing by a number of no nc New York. I
different parts with ease and the young ladies aud several! solos .
grace depending solely on his changes rendered by Mr Aaaa. Sawyer: whoIs I J. H. Y ever I t onr |:
es facial expression and voice to an accomplished vocalist. The
produce tbe desired e&ect. He has entertainment closed with the service on HI 'Jk i

studied under the best teachers of of elegant refreshments of Ice ?2 Cor. Lemon and 6th St. 111 tJC; : t' wrnmrnmmmmMwAMPrnI
: With some more great big offers. Chicago and Boston and since giving cream and cake when the guests departed an tj_ !
(;II'] .
this play hero has put hours of study all expressing themselves Palatka, Florida -
tic _____ ___
.tud work on It. and we can safely as having highly enjoyed themselvee.'Thnight's (an; ,...IJ -::::- .: : ,- = -

We realize that money is tight promise to the audience an eKceedmarly : ---- ______._.______ .._,..__.___._ \\1 -
clever.. well.. amusing en- -------- 4DrtsAi3ISTRONfJ& w == SPvLtnarra. : =
ertalnmeut. Song Recital.The a 3 33r.CCC r. r... : :::: Eha.JJX.a.cy:: ::: I

i. and at such times everybody The musical part of tbe program Woman's Fortnightly Club PALATKA. FLORIDA.

will be no less enjoyable a. a glance ha. arranged to give. songrecltiil. \ HARROWS, 11-I Chemicals, Druggist Sundries art
needs extra values for their lOt the list of those who will partlcl- this (Friday) evening 8:160'clock
: mon- pate< will readily prove: at the home of Mrs. L,. A. Smith ou Scieutiflc Opticians end I Patents.

Piano Duet-"Walta and Finale". .. .. Bobm Third street. The public Is cordial PRESCRIPTIONS OAftEfULLY COMPOUNDED.
and Minxes Irene Luck. and i.lla Ford. ly Invited to attend. The Oplithalniologlacts.ISeme \ GA.BDIIN 1II1D.
ey we are going to give themto admiasIoti Agents ataUory SUtnuHtp lii
Mule Quartet-Old Kentucky Home Poster
Messrs. IJuvIa, Kaland Tucker, llgbmun. will be 26 cents. A delightful: .is. t:'::'. -

Vocal Solo .... ... ;................Delected low.program!\ has been arranged as fol- I
you, and you should not miss Mr.]!4. II. Moragne. : ----

Piano Solo Vnlse Opus 49 ......." Chopin "A.IlID.Garden Green..I. W. BlKboff I
Miss Anita Cimova. Mn. W. P. Menlain."Ma Guaranteed For

such opportunities to lay in your Vocal ltalteauuwofyou.< ,Andrew. ? Morning".. .. .'. ....''. .... .Denza
Solo Khistur of My I.Ku Uorllsi Mra.8.: :;". Hllburn. New and Up.toDatfFurniture
Mr. E. ::. MaUdoeks. "1.0... Antwer"F.! Bobr Satisfaction
supply. Great bargains throughout Vocal Holo-Love the Peddlir. .. German I' Mr. Noah Tllgbman.'Were and
fillna Lelb. "' My Bone Tct ill our patrons*alto
Habn glee
Vocal Solo-Butterflies...... '. .Corbett at... .t'rgIlde4! you prompt .."Ic. v.b-n you House Furnishing Ooodi |
our entire stock. Mrs.L. A. Smith kAn Open Secret..... .......... .......Woodman I gel >our Gun. and Loc-kimltb
Piano .. MUM Louisa work and Bicycle and hewing
Duet-Invitation to the Dance Von Moragn at low prices
Weber ..Mil. Kona and Muster Leroy "A an.:, ,in ,?. Rain-............... .. ..Rebnoc"., > a bine repairing dona at very
Brown. Air. M. II. Vlck.ra."B".u. _.B- do to

The entertainment Is for the benefit ..... ......... ... .. ... ...CoweD Oftloe and Laboratory, 513 W.., E. O. EARLS
Two of the organ fund of the Presby.erlan Mrs.U.W.Ucasit Bid.Cur. ........ aml Laura street.
: Special DaysSaturday church and a general admls- "Retirle..H. R. Shelley Jacksonville, Florldu. 417 Lemon St. Palatka Fla. R. S. Mooney |
MluIdaLalb. ,
don 0f2&oriits will bot charged.A Dr. Armstrong; who U a graduate '
HIM Bauttt Planlit. from threH of ii,.. lending, Amerlu Wolwayi pleaia ourpatronae -

..V and Monday Times-Union "Bull." The Tobaocolesa Smoka. option! cnliegi.il.: um in future, tnskeregular ire ui.can li.m.mK.r.:: : .fIT Com.Lumou and 8U Paiattka.. Florida.-
The lack )f knowledge displayedby Tbe Amurlcnn Indians who smoke kn the First U'eJnesduj visits'to after Palut the Undertaking; and Embate!.
the Jacksonville Times-Union
25 and 300 fancy lawns, organdies and Swisses, concerning men prominent In t If airs dried holly leaves the bark of tbe wIllow lI..eon41 (Mond> of L.ieli: Month. -
tree and leaves of the stags born By tne sjHfiii n* U"|>iiihoiiiuiov.we .
oho make their winter horn In rrnrff I
a large variety and fine goods at. . .
ipc Florida. Is often laughable.: Here Is sumac use the least harmful of tbe overcome nil form of eye troub'e!

Ladies shirt waists trimmed worth an Item of the kind appearing In a substitutes for tobacco. Many of the such sand lletiflnchea miiny/ nerv..am.. reflex trouble< .. .
nicely up recent issue of that pxper : otter substitutes have the most harm D.s.pepsis, ; rv- For the BestWOOD
his Exhaust ion, I"Itsoimitalti' *
"Mr: and Mrs J. It. Mellon CnlHrrhiiey
.- $3 50, for 2 days at. . . . . $1.48 their charming daughter Miss Lucille and- ful coast effects.Injure Indians their along eyesight the smoking Alaskan OY'trouble. "'IIIt..t, etc.results No drii and... nrop..r"t

.T Ladies fine waist, our $3.00 and $3.50 waists, the Mellon Wlndnnr are among Mr. Mellon the Is guests head. of of wood shavings saturated wltb s strong prove It. Dr. Armstrong will cull can Inperson (
solution of pepper. Excessive: smoking and will remain. one diiv, )
he big Mellon National bank of : only .
handsomely made and worth much more, for Kltlsburg, Pennsylvania They have by farmers of tbe leaves of tbe tomato on each visit Cross eves. straightened ; In the city
:a:: days . . . . . . . $2.48 been at Pnlm Bench Miami and snd and potato plant often causes Insanity glasses without only,knIfe flited Those Ht needing. .
suicide. A rea ouiitil
other east const resort most of the variety of Indian hemp cut length
abler and after. a few, days stay In which Is smoked by all classes In Jamaica prices. Conxultatlnii, free :Next vl,,- Sho e.s any ,
and waists fine at. $2.98 It wIll be :
$4 $4.50 very Jacksonville they" will continue their bas terrible result and a weed ton Hotel.May 13th. Olllce Arlliig. send your order to

.$5 waints at . . . . . . $3.98 Journey Mr. Mellon home.' has owned, a beautiful known smoked as mountain tobacco. which I. $3 $3.50 $4 Balnbridge'JJ
In W.
great quantities In Sweden.
winter home In Palatka for so many Notice !
causes Its users to become
years that it might weary the Times- mental and Notice Is TT takes all kind! cf New Wood Yard,
Compare our prices and goods Union man more to count them than wrecks.-Boston Globe. City Council hereby give that tho women
it would to Investigate his items. It will receive bids nt 8 to make a world and all
Is true that Mr. Mellon don take Coo4 Liniment. o clock' 1'. 111. Play: lilt. h. IWW) for lids at 8tanton'.5Foundry
and will find an You will hunt more or less street stgtis to b.. kinds of shoes to pKiasa them.
with others you a occasional trip to '*P..lm Beach Mlml a good wbl e before you In position platoed
< and other east count resorts," as lied a preparation that U equal to as designated by the ,
well. as other parts of the state, but Chamberlain's Liniment as a cure for -vccominlrtee.. Still they can all bo lulled wih

save of 25 to 30 per cent.11etJ as he stated loft veil-known Lemon muscular and rheumatic pains, f.r the Council crud all reserves the right to "Ojjeen Quality"shoe*-so Phone 40.rrr .
allY bldn. aecim.
ours of aol Sample to
treet business I man I..t week he I I. sorenes of the tnuscles -
'always glad to get back to Palatka. In case ot rheumatism sad solatl party bid. By order of the Council. vuied and complete u the line
and home." e* It relieves the Intense pain and makes. A. '1'. 'rarAy
sloop and rest posolble lo case of Apr. 2:1,1.11108.: CI.rk. W are suiting more women

Opening\ c/ Baseball Season. sprains It relieves the soreness and with them
stores. the parts to a heal hy condition re FOR SALE -Two !grade\ Jersey. every day became !fi! !fi$! !fi
\ The Palnt-ka baseball club. r..c..nt.Iy In Oow.. '" their sal IsssB Iss>l "
one-third reputation
the time req' |red b the h.J"0; *" mllk"r. gtowi every day.
has Ornil
organized not been
B .
Idle but
usual treatment. It Is A RoI JlR.: p..llltka.l
equally valuable
has rice,been with putting the result In some that bard the prao-team. for lama pains back IS and and all 50 deep *
this Is said to be In better. cent sizes for You shape longer than other
year snspe gut the best any
sa by; Ackerman-Btewart Drug Co.Dyspepsia I groceries at low S 75ft,
or winning game than ever before. est prices' when ready made ihoe. Unimproved lots
you trade
I with Try it
The. new suits for the club are expected I. Oralnlrer at thenitv atora. A'j once. JQ on Olive at, neaf JoueBt.J .lh
our national "
next week and everything ailment. Cheap }
Pal Fla.
= atka
will be lu readiness for the opening Burdock Blood Bitter u the nation Have Reau'lful ,
oontents to take place on Thursday al sure for It. It strengthens .tornach Piano, almost Mahogany: Upright Herbert I cashi Address
and Friday May 14th and 16th. membranes, promotes flow of sell for n..w. worth $4d0; will Crook
$2641, cash BURKETT
Agency for Butterick Patterns. These games. wllbe\ with the digestive juices, purifies the blood Ibis oifloe. or time. Vnit. W. 5j H. M

Olympic Athletlo club of Jackson- build. you up. -24-.t Palatka l it.
fllle. whoa ball team Is FUUND-A Fla 21 Saratoga
said to bit lIgb'mRc1"gold' ri
one of the best amateur clubs Bend your next order Owner chain )
In the grocery to A. can have """. by Baltimore
This store close at 6:30 p. m.. except sontb. Oralnger; fluent stock In town. this office proving calling al
It U to be hoped. that the paying for ownership and
people of this DOUoe.
$! !fi! !fifi
Palatka will bear In mind these __
Saturdays irames and show their PLANK'S Chill Tonic for chills
appreciation See
of the efforts of r.ver. cods and lalJrlpp.l'oar..n; Or"IDII'.r for groocrie.". Bestl0 I Mr. Betts
our His ro
young men by; ID say: 'Photo :
thecity.<< RENT-T.o..D
filling\ the grand stand and. bleaobsrs. t..ed. Price 5ouai ottle.. Sold: by Prlc"l alwavsrsson bIa ... StUdio .111 be open until May lIS for FOR located. V** ',
all .
drUi l.t. Palatka nicking Cabinet tag. desirably 1Jo
4-U-leV Nswi pbotOl..t
Il.oo a. r*ar. fIDIrpong.2O for a 12.00 dos. new, all modern ImproveDIt l. I j
\ quarter paxUoalars apply ibis offto

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NEW SERIES. VOL., XVI, NO. 19.! PALATKA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. $1. Per Year.

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or appropriated by themselves) an 000,000)) I have added $18,000,000 to
To the Shippers of Florida : equal or greater amount of stook well known standard average cost of

representing a speculative. profit lathe construction I I nave allowed $11,400*

Y future.So 000 for architectural work, and a* a ..IS
I address to you this circular letter I : ; :::! invariably have I found this to result I have obtained an average cash
because 1C la linpon.lble to see eaob "The prevalence of water In the be the case that I felt justified, after cost per mile of $20.800, which I haveno
of you In person.Ib railroad system Is so well known numerous individual experiences, in doubt substantially exceed the true
will show to you a special service that It la not necessary to do more saying to you that. more than cue- cost of railways
\ IjJ I rendered by me In your behalf than touch upon the matter. Vanderbilt half of the railway securities issued lu education Industry and:
1' er In the United State Omiffrens.! set the pace In consolidatingthe represented no real property or Investment honesty Massachusetts population
First, I 'Hid rea. THB VKGJETABLK eleven. roads between Albanyand of cash. stands in the first rank of these United
MELON, CELERY AND Buffalo and Increased the capitalization Besides the "water" Injected Into States: and yet we have the following
B1RAWUEHRY SAPPERS OKFLORIDA. by nearly (9,000,000 In doing securities by the original builders of capitalization of the Maisaohnsetta

4 r It, then added 60 per cent to the anew, I railway, other and Often larger railways

In 1905() In the House of Representatives stock capitalization of the Hudson percentages of it are poured In'' Funded debt. ,...... ...$138485.850
i Washington City, I reported road of which he wan president; by financiers who have found their Mortgages etc, ....,.... 25007.818
i a bill to regulate; t be ral roads and then extending his control over the profit In combining a number of Individual Capital took.._.. ...... .. 286 834,460
y' rd their chnrires, and among others Central and adopting the same tactics railways Into a "system"by --

was a provision to put the ICING there he added 8O! per cent to the means of a holding and operating Total capitalization.... $304,877,180
CHARGES' OF PRIVATE! CARLINES New York Central; then he consolidated corporation. "
:'! UNDER THE POWER OK' the two roads and In doing It An a result we frequently find Dividing this by 7.601 miles of single
THE! INTERSTATE COMMERCE Inflated the Central 27 per cent more stratum of securities piled upon track we obtain about $6il.OOO: oapltall.zatlon .
V '; COMMISSION. and the Hudson 85 per cent; so that stratum of securities until a chart per mile-81} per cent of water, ,,

;- I wacon J the Interstatejand Foreign In the four years from 1806 to 1870! he of the securities of a system of some probably more.
Commerce Committee. No other brought the capitalization up from railway systems very closely resembles Referring to cross asset of companies
bill, Introduced by either Republicanor $54,000000 which was a little more a geological\ Beotlon. given on page 0 of Massachusetts Rail.
i Democrat contained this valuable than the total cost on the book. of there can (If my statement Is correct road OOlnm1 sioo'* report, June 80, 1008,
t / provision to aid the truck and fruit the company-about $4,000,000 more ) be but one of two results of we /Had as book accounts but probablynot td
sip; \ Interests of Floildn. -to 101),000,000.) () The total coat on these manipulation. the practical truth t

Let us take an example: From the book. In 1870 was under $70,000per Either the public Is robbed by Construction .. . ... ..$308,180,881
OUR STYLE Starke'! Florida, to New York city mile while under his capitalization overcharging to render these watered Equipment . .. .. ... .. 82,957,133
the Icing charges and freight oharws it was $122,000 per mile. securities. valuable to their owner Laud. and buildings .... .. 1.497,318

MERCEDES NUMBER on a carload of strawberries Is $2&6. "That example has been followedto I *, or Innocent purchasers of them Olllb.... .. ...... . 40880.067
,, ; I am Informed. a great extent all over the country lone all or portion of their Investments -

TOE 203 This certainly must be a gross so that our railroad capitalization If they have been led to be- Total ..... .. ... ..$368.870,789
overcharge.The Is now about half. water or water llovo that their securities representreal Stocks bonds and other prop.
Icing charges are, I believe, and wind. The figure of construction property. 04,810,110 t
from t 00 to $80. and equipment cost given Tersely, either the traveler and --

Evidence taken at WashingtonCity In Poor's Manual from time to time shipper Is robbed or the purchaserof Gross asset.*. . ....... .$492.780,849
shows that (18 to $30) Is an ample < indicate that the railroads of the securities Is swindled if he buys
I IIt ':I IL r 'il' icing charge for 1,000 miles car United States are capitalized at belluvlug them to have been honestly The Item of 4.0COOOO probably" pre-
riage.'Ilia. about double what they could be Issued. leiits "strategic purchases, having no
truck and fruit Industry In built and equipped for at the present The purchaser of "water" securities proper relation to expenditure:: required
Florida now has a chance to be heard time." Is either helping thieve tS rob to operate the road for the convenience X
and cut down this extortionate icing How la It with the Florida railroads the public or 1 Is himself the victim ol of the public and the profit of the stockholders .

ohargn. The rate. from California. to ? In the lame speech by me thieves. .
New York on frelghtand icing charges February 8, 11)07) I used these ,,words But probably my general nxperl The Interstate Oommoroe Cotnmls*
la much less than from Florida to "Let me cite the facts as to Rome once and feeling In these mutters lion, June UO, 1008 reports total miles "
o 'New Yolk. Itl..speech delivered by of the railroads in the State of Florida will not serve to convlce you 01" of single track 383.831.51 (this is not the
BA me In Gongioss on December IB, 1UOG, .-upon this subject of ovel'capttall- others, and I will null your careful length of roadbed, which Is less; it is
I used this language: zatlon. attention to all analysis of the MasSHchusetts the total length of all the tracks where
; "Now there was not a a word In the 'l'ake the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad railroad commissioner's ever placed). Outside of Mas.aobu.
Esoh-Towimend bill the Republican In that State. It la capitalized report, 11)04) : setts with a few exceptions:: In the

A D 0 0 p bill-and It should have been there; at $28,835 per mile. Eastern and Middle States, the equipment *
: there wan not a word In the Davey The Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Returns of Year Ending June 30. rarely costs' as much a* $3.000 per
Georgia Railroad. at mile and we are liberal In putting the
bill the Demouiatlo caucus billandIt / $28,000 1903.
should have been there-correctIng The Florida. East Coast Railroad cash cost of construction !and equipment .
the of terminal fees at $28,470 mile. Mass railways Miles owned of all at an average of JO,000
READ THIS Iniquities lines. has The per Southern and Florida Total length of line ..... ... .U.7IJ.. per mile, or 11.676.420.000 The total
GUARANTEE and private oar My state Georgia, la
suffered unjustly in the terminal- Railroad at 120,280 per mile. Total length of single, truck, .. .7,001 railway capital June 80, 1903 was Interstate ,

For by It you have the malters positive assurance that absolute satisfaction fees matter. The vegetable and mel And, to cap the climax, the Seaboard The coat of construction of these lines Commerce Commission report)
excluding:: land and buildings i
equipment $i2,5999110.258, or about 11I7.000.000
q will be yours if you wear --- -- on and fruit Industries of my State Air Line Railroad at (48,417 'watered
securities of other
companies,connmtucellaneoas securities and 95,000,000,000
have been Injured by the unjust exactions per mile.
BURT & PACKARD of the private cars. Mr. Does It cost over $15,000 per mileto asuets Is !given as $ 83.i'M .- actual value. ;T
Chairman, from the little town in build and equip these lines of ,IMA: In round figaroa $73.800 per Experienced engineers (I mean those
KORRECT SHAPE mile of roadbed $38,61)0) mile of who have been the mill will
w SHOES which I reside, Montlcello, Fla., to railroad? Competent civil engineerssay 1 ; per through )
ingle track
/ tell the do actual
you same as I a* to
R-.. u. 8. p.t. off. Plttaburg, Pa., It has coot the large/ not.
i This single truck valuation is the Im- cost of construction and equipment II
and extortionate price of$90 for Icingcharges
1& .
of portuut item, for It iuclndes every foot not ((118 In most cases) prevented by per
on a oar cantaloupes
s I FORfMEN of track wherever or however used. tonal fear of oonsqnenaes from disclosing
while according to the best testimony i
'fr i Omitting long bridges, tunnels the truth,
Our Guarantee taken the subject, charge'' ol. .
upon / .
heavy rook You and
These Patent"Bnrrojaps" be cuts extraordinary excavations may, probably will havemanv
from $18 to tUO would the maximum
Thii label !Ia in every "Bu", 'fancy $4 piioe these private oar liue allowing 10,000 cubic yards xo.ivation Instances of extraordinary' coat of
Jap*" Korrect Shop* Shoe. Blucher Oxfords( are Pnceand should justly ehnrira-$ao taken atone pur mile, the uiiah coat of the construction brought to prove to you ;
1 1 MUmda u a guarantee that made with the popular fell out of one small average! standard gauge railway to the the higher coat of our railways Many
w S I 1 the"Dtirrojapa"! upper will not medium narrow "Mer Burl& Packard Del Of freight.swoop" par top of the rail head Is from many instances of thube instances. are both unwise and S

break through before the first cede.. toe. A leading Twelve hundred carloads of celery about as follows, when pru- unuHceiMary. expend:: itares. t
ole la worn through. spring und summer style "Limited and 1 lettuce goon from aauford Floil- fiently) constructed' : Do not forget that for every such casa
Rg U.3.Pat. Oft of market. l'rellm'nllry legal papers and. there arc hundreds of miles of railway
Buy Pair line' $5 da','to out state rights way, ., .. ,. .f 700 which honestly have not cost $17.600
In the event of a "Burrolapo"Shoe wearing contrary this a Today 1 his Icing\ saving from $00 par cat Civil engineering construction per mile to construct and equip; on the

guarantee the retailer from whom these ehoci were pur- to even $10 per car, wuuld nmount to to top of rail .. .. . . 11,010Arab ( contrary much lees
1 chaeedb.uWorludtorepl.ce PACKARD&FIELD .a saving to that community .alone i N-0srrp stations shops and house 1.500 The fairest Index of the proper cost ofa ;q
If the
of t
(00.000. high
them annually,
OIl with t new pair. .. MakeraBROCKTON. I railway la not its length of roadbed
rt. reduced also It
i MASS w p + freight would be rate much woe /greater. saving, to hUt Total ... .. ..... ... .$.10.200Of but its length of single track.

the shippers there and all over Twenty thousand dollars per mile is
1"lor.1 coarse we have excepted long an overestimate of the average cost
ida.At 7 bridges (any ovor (DO-foot span) ana ot most railways crossing the vast prairies -
the melon fruit c .
this calculation ,
i Not only theBEST other unusual features. but throughout of the Went.
and vegetable Interests or Florida
Massachusetts' and the United States You will note that I ha..not brought
cruet to the private oar lines
pay there are very few railways requiring/ forward tile individual instance
ONE MILLION ($1,000KX) ( >) DOLLARS 10,000 cable yards excavation:: ($8,500) many
which have
come to my notice upon
: per mile. which I bused mv former statements to '
PAY.FOR There are notable individual Instances
SHOEtS CHARGES::: ALONE.My roa, hat have delayed long enough .
of and
costly unavoidable
engineering to: enable me to verify them, generally ;
work In Congress greatly help
expense but these will be bul- by a consideration of all the railway
ed to make the law a. it Is, giving uroed by the average savings from of Massachusetts. '.
the complaining shipper a lemedy. $11.200 allowance mile for construe- ,
but the best makes of I think "the shippers work.of Florida"will CONGRESSMAN( WM. B. LAMAR. rlon. per the For Delaware thirty four Laokawana years, beginning and Western on "

appreciate my We see that the average book cost road, HS a civil engineer, III the day of J
I now address THE ORANGE Then the shipping interests of ($38UOO) of construction I is nearly three the crimes of Fisk and Gonld, of the :
SHIPPERS.:::! In 1889-181)0! ) the rail the ,
Florida times cost (Ha.200) of ''c
and necessary
are paying freight -
passenger Erie I have watched the growth of
MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND roads In Florida suddenly raised the fares on large mums of ('apltn.1NO' steam railways to the rail top. this criminal methodoalled "watering" '
rate on In Florida" shipped to .
oranges } INVESTED IN THE RAIL- The coat ot equipment of the Masse securities, and today we /find that their
outside markets from SO cents per ROADS-"WIND AND WATER." obuaetts railways is given as |:JJ,007/ success has led to the perpetration by
box to 40 cents per box. Thin was a I Introduced Into the House of 134.: By this Is principally meant the their imitators ot a colossal rand reach
88X per cent: ra ae. It was an unjust rolling stock. For the of this
FURNISHINGS. Representatives February 7, 1907, at purpose lug 17,000,000.000 upon the citizens of
raise Washington a bill to regulate rail comparison I will place very high fig this United States.
The Interstate Commerce Commission ares ic, though moon of it I Is old
roads It Empowered the Interstate upon I wish you God speed In trying to pat
condemned It. BUT THEY
Commerce Commission and largely depreciated in value
to t
a to it. It succeed will
stop you
LATE the deed 1 had
PHYSICAL VALUE of the Locomotives 3,877 at $10
earn the gratitude of every honeat man.I .
been done;THE RATE HADBEEN RAILROADS Interstate lines, In 000 eaoh. ..... .. .. ... $33,770,000 return to yon the bill which couldbe
RAISED. the United States. Passenger. oars 8,838 at $5- much improved and I also band
Fearnside Clothing Company The orange Industrial shipper had been rob- This will enable the great tribunal 000 each..... .. .. ... 16,000,000 von Engineering News, November 3,
iy bed. The Commission appointed to decrease railway rates to a just Baggage and mail cars, OHO 1905 containing brief article of mineon

by President McKinley, commenting and reasonable basis of value.It at $11.000 each . ,. .. ,. 1,050,000 "Railway rates for an electric railway
used .
on this very case thl.v..ry will be a great reform; It will Freight cars, 81,820. at $//jOO ," and the following :

language: he a blessing to the shippers In the each .. .. . .. .. .. .. 17,413,600 "What are the foots?" by papers cJlanon
Aa a matter of fact the damaR'eInflluted United States If such Gravel and construction cars,
a provision Thompson t' Facts about railroad rates"
Palatka Florida. by the existence of such an a national law. 1,808at$400 each ..,.... 740,000 by H. T. Newoomb, I"Solution tram
unreasonable rate could not be measured -
If made United States Senator by -- "
portatlou problem, by P. S. Orosaonp
by of hundreds thousand or of perhaps dollars.by hundreds The- the people of Florida, I will lend all Total.. ..to . .. .. ..$50,6118.500/ Moss R. R. I. Comm Rept., Jane 1)0.) ;

my powers to make thl provision, Many of these locomotives and 1903."
bearing of this citation Is to show oars
that effectual! protection to the THE LAW OF THE LAND. are leaned, but for the purpose of our After you have read my article In the 1

"rnr"mmr"'fm"' ''''''''''' Real Estate For Sale.Fine shipper any of the must reasonableness proceed from adjudication of rates- vent I will railroads also Introduce from overcapitalizing a bill to pre so discussion we had better they should fix their be total valued cost and at Engineering refer to Cannes News Bulletin I wish No.yon 8 and would 21 7

their lines of road.l 1.11 and
; try (100,000( Instead of last to see how carefully they have
say. $ $38,0(10,000( ,
have been
before, and not after, they ,
H. Tucker H prevertany more "wind and water"business book value given avoided giving the required data enabling .
Finley Is to in advance of ,
-that ,
paid say
two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. their exaotlon by the carrier. Powerto by the railroads. I have There are 7.601 miles of single track the fixing:: the coat of construction
been the true friend and defender
Insurance Real Instate, =3 artesian well and barn Half the reasonableness of such of owned, and with sullloleut accuracy for equipment and operation of the
lot 100x150, on premises. pas upon "the shippers of Florida" In the railways they pretend to deal with.
their Onr purposes we can pat the first cost
= rates prior to enforcement as a
Op.Court HOUM. Palatka, Fla :=:S cash, balance at 7 per cent. consequence, constitutes practically the of United States Congresn I, In Its solicit House of equipment with rolling stock at $10. To the engineer' lot it falls to deal
Representatives. now
Small farm of about 6 acres with dwelling on edge of town, only safeguard which the shipping thelr.votes for my nomination to be 000 per mile, a very liberal estimate for with the concrete and tangible and
the Massachusetts railways, which when he seeks. help from these expensivepublications
Real Estate Bargains rsS public may enjoy.
CanisThe United States Senator in the
_ primary '
:: known as "Fitzhugh Place. Half I ousted, two years ago, In Congress May 19. 1oot) serve a denser population than exists in by our Oovernernmet ha
No, 88.-8-room home danlrabla Slocality St. Johns River 5 miles from PaInt. an amendment to the present i any other portion of the United States, lads that because no one compiling the
on ILmmet Ht. bath room :?? Lippincott place on Hereto attached Is a letter from a and
.. "Hepburn Railroad Rate Bill" to Pre- being a manufacturing data in them appears to have power to
und flrst-class this a
ervuntii' house
pantry engineer on
modern convenience only tII.ooo.No.III.I.ot === ka, one mile of river frontage. vent the railroads from everrepeating question of overcApitalization great of community mast use its railway demand replies, or practical expert
== both in the for sale such an overcharge on oranges again. largely. enoe and grasp, all our Government
60x100 feet roBldonoa 13 Other properties City-and Country on The amendment provided, that no rallroadH It was printed as a document We hare. omitted oooaalonal extraordinary statisticians have fallen victims to the a

portion of Ibo city only 1100000. 3 easy terms. Apply to HENRY STRUNZ. railroad should INCREASE AN I add of It for the the United Information States Senate of the expenditures, say, for the tun conspiracy of secrecy among railway '
vela and long bridges o'er rivers and and who above all
No.a-le(-room,i-itory house In == EXISTING" RATE WI1HOU1' of Florida. I am, promoters operators
de"lrahle' locality Rood repair -g ; __ __ n_ 111(5'l'GETTING:::! THE CONSENTOF people Very respectfully, also for rook oats and deep excavations. things fear honest publicity for their
This in of the bent propoHl- : We are perfectly however In deeds. truly ,
: THE INTERSTATE!; COMMISSION save Very your.V1I1. *
eo.v :
U dons only 11,900.: -cimu to oHlor.or I Instullmoiit.The :price ==?= ',8811C14gi91SP: : a8181 G1881yCk121 J 111ft1V:1JIIB : ON-NOTICE HAD 1O WILLIAM B. LAMAR. allowing an average of $<),000 per mile \ D. MARKS.
: Appendix No. 3, cf track, or $15,203,000 to cover the
No. 81.-4-room house, to acres v S y 6Ckl2i8P 1aIt811C:eI/QI ISOSSiStS!!!*' amendment of mine carried [Senate Document No. 108 Fifty- Cash Coat of these extra

of ana looil one-half truck. luiul r:11: new.r barn feme, =a 5flowing Into effect! the recommendation of the ninth Congress first session] Recapitulating for the average honest County Campaign Meetings.The .,.t

well 18 'e", bo"nl' oblct- == WatchesJewelry 'Industrial Commission." My am- Letter from William D. Marks consulting cash cost of Massachusetts railways we following are the meeting for
farm ena, good Implement muleantl neoessurytorun wiiigoii and all -_ endment was largely voted down. If engineer and statistician have for each mile of single track county candidate
::: owned IPreliminary
a al-aore farm. Located on the at. 5 I am nominated to be United States of Philadelphia Pa, regarding the 8th
John River ten mile. north of the of the Grandin, Friday May at neon.
= Rings are Prevailing j Senator I will renew the amendment overcapitalization uteam- legal papers and

the Palatka.taM and Owner-wlll wUhe Mil at to a great leave. :_::g In that great body. It will be "shield railway corporations of..the United rtghtofwav. .. .. .. .. .....$ 700 Melroae, Saturday May 9th, at
aoriao. r Fashion Again.Vearehavingaepecialsalein. and buckle" to the ORANGE IN. Stat.... Civil engineering and construction noon.

=-3 TEEESTH:'! ::: and applies equally to December IJ. JIJOf>.' to top of rail ..... .... 11,000 San' Mateo, Tuesday, May 12th at ;
We have other. Come In and all THE VEGETABLE, MELON Hon. Wharton Barker. Minor machine 1'Bostwick
... u*. H. Tucker. rS \ fancy- stations shopsand noon.
Finley PHOSPHATE LUMBER AND Philadelphia, Pa. houses .... .. ..".. . 1,500 Wednesday May 18th,
UUUUU1UUUU1U1UUmm stone rings, in CATTLE and FARMING INDUS- Dear Sir: Referring to our verbal Equipment of locomotives and at noon.

TRY IN FLORIDA. Interviews regarding the overcapitalization oars .. .. .... . .. .... 10,000 Bannervllle, Thursday May 14th,
T Opal, Garnet, Turquoise Sardonyx, | It will lave. hundreds of thousands of the Bream-railway corporations Extraordinary expenditures... 2,000 at noon. :;
.u1E&0. .B1amJ! : IBI''__ of dollars to<; the shippers of Florida, of the. United States, and Estimate conk of constructionand Palatka, Friday, May 15th 7:80at : i'
Sapphire, Etc., Etc. In case of attempted sudden raise of more particularly In reply to your equipment per mile. . 80,200 night. + p
Palalka Lumber Co. rates by the railroads.OVERCAPITALIZATION. query of the nth, current. "Let me : Francis, Saturday May 16th, at
in know what you tUlnk a fair capitalization 125 200 noon.! y
Bargains RingsSWIXH of the railroads or oapltalltlon ,....- Committeemen for above precinct. ',r t
Manufacturer of OF RAII ROADS. Massachusetts has been selected because
the pnbllo should pay for, I will arrange for these meeting pw
Pine and Cypress High and unjust freight rates are would say that In my experience of Its railroad commissioners have '
largely due to this cause. late years ... a consulting engineer I largely reduced the usual amount of I ,
the Jeweler In a speech made by me in the have been struck by the deplorableand corporate dishonesty by their most care- Secretary F. :J. FHABNSIDE.
Mouldings, Hous.-*ot Representatives, February almost universal. l "watering" of ful examinations and enforced publicity Chair. Dem. Ex. Com.

I 8,11107.1! used this languages securities III railway corporations of corporate accounts
and Pal atka, Florida. "I want to read something relativeto practiced by our promoter. of these Its dense population requires a larger
overcapitalisation of railroads lu enterprises.Not equipment than the average of the rent FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

Rough and Dressed the State of New York occurring: only are our railway often o( the United Bute Its cant of construction .
Glasses Fitted Watch Work many years ago and It comes from wastefully built wholly upon I the are inoreaiod, by reason of In VOTE FOR ,r''

Pine Lumber.Send 6 high and competent' authority. Prof. proceed of the sale of bond at figures rocky soil and hilly topography, far
Parsons, a competent authority on far belowpar but the promoters above the average of many other sea Park M. TrammellA
I ts-c"/jIiC4/ : 1 :arn: 1li11 11IIJiI! JIIP1QI
II ;
: sinus,
the matter the In.
t4 Itt te.tlfyllllobefore\ frequently add to the burden of the
n* your Q dustilalCouimlftloii live or six years earnings their enterprises by l...*u- I have Increased. th*mated book villas Friend to the People. ;

'--r2:11:[ u'vF 4183if1 t! ago, stated a. follow t Ing as a bonus (to go with the bond of equipment from |:U3,000,000 to ,76.- ..

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Entered &t tile Palatka Editor of PALATKA NEWS: ''C :
as mallabl. matter ot th* second Looking over your paper last week IMPROVEMENTS.Congressman Tho Winning Candidate for FOB BBPIIESBNTATIVE: 1* LBUISLATCIU i A. co. ,
OOllnl"I : W. ierryday
4,.; 01... I was struck with the large number I the United States To Ibo have Democratic decided lo Voter beooma of Putnsra a candidate for "
of men In this county willing and Ixi llaltira at tin
P )iI8h.d In tho State '
Fridays byRUSSELL at PaUtka. Fla., on .anxious to sacrifice time and fortune Frank Cl&rkV t Senate. SrSSRing?,? prlm"" .. and I .hall' will gotatie faith ap-,

for the benefit ot the dear (?) people. predate': your'support.: If elected In I me. Dealers In

: A VI CKfftS. Can a better way be found, or Is the Work for Deep Water is fully carry out tee root reposed H. J. nil*I*17 Kit.Falatkn .

present method of getting the right Well Under Way. I I February sath, IIKW.To .

w. A. H1SSEIU. Kll.r man for the right office the bunt? I tha nomocralle Vote of Putnam County: Crate Material
' In this state It is not so much a'' The News cheerfully orlves platte Ihun.hr announce mynelf a candldatu.for nomlna.lion for. I

L MR. WALL ON PENSIONS.- question of measures but of men to the folio whig letter from lion. -' I Rop..onl&U..llllh.at the ,iirlmsry eloollon. Lmtlalatura.' to 'be I hold oni May

who will honestly and cheerfully Frank Clark, the energetic congressman I I, luih: ,IK IS. If el ,clod; : I promUo the faithfullocluirSo .

;t The New has not given much perform the routine duties of the from this district. The letter I UI \ of the duius ul tills oltlne..ocifuIIy, of all Kinds. '
shows that Mr. Clark line not been Very reel" 1
4 pace lately to John P. Walt of Put- iilHcw to which the people' elect them. W.8. II PUTO".
nor unmindful of the needs of
Who more to select their '
outnpetent Volora ot Putnam County:
', nain Hall. public servants than the people, but this section, mid that he /Is working To shall tho Democratic be a candidate III the auproanlilniprimary Fruit

rT There are several reason, nona of how can they du this under the In the one Intelligent way to bring e* I for KHpronoNlalKe; \ In the beitlslaluro, and )
; tile support of myfollow
will appreciate
about the much needed and greatly
which are important for present system? All Improve. -
purposes of popular government nomocrots. It elected lo thin blith re-1 I .
this article. Is by. from, and throughthe ninnt. I s l"on.1 lbllUy I shall onuoovor dlBi'barxe every
consent of the governed. Ho The following Is Mr. Clark's letter: duty faithfully, and lo the hint Inwrans, (ift.

But 'Just now Mr. Wall U before I uur lathers declared and made this Washington, D. C., May 2d, 1908. t.county Slid the groat state A..O JFlj? ,;j'jTr. Vegetable"Wraps.

? the people of Putnam county as a truth the cornerstone of the constitution. -'Hon. W. A. Russell toT the Domooraui of thoCuunty' : I .

candidate for the legislature.A For many years the servants I Editor of the News, I announce my candidacy. for ronomlnallonu }
of the people were chosen in My Dear Mr. RussellI :- 4 a mem her oft Leptlslalure' mlijout to ill. .
prellmluary to the k tliK.upport
4. anoounoementof convention. ''1h.. evils of this system notice that both Governor Brow- _ .anproachlnK" of all Democratic my frlonu*primary At the I and loiclslatlvoe.aton a .
his I
candidacy the 28th lay In the opportunities afforded ard and General Lamar have recently 1 endeavored to serve the ma.ses, Irroipecllve -

day of February last be caused to for trading by tile delegations, brt.uingpacking made speeches In Palatka, In of factIonal and ni'clloiml: : : dllf I rancei.and .
In tho I event of mv ,ro-eloctlon you mavrout
which have
both made
be published the platform upon and stampeding' and they promIsesrelative UMitrod that I will attain act for the boitInunnu
which be under certain thus defeat the will of the people to St. Johns river improvements I of the Mute In ni'iiornl and "Putnam" Palatka Florida.
proposed, The primary law was expected, toremedy that will benefit Palatka. and County In ....10111... Your,alnctnvly, ,
contingencies, to go before the people these evils but It has evilsof other place on the St. Johns above II. D. MCKSNEla

asking their suffrage. Its own as bad or worse. Underits Jacksonville. I am not taking aidesIn To tho Democratic Voter of mywMf Putnnmt'oi n.I aiuulld .

.0 This platform consisted of six workings the chief executive hasa the senatorial contest but It occurs ate I Ifmpoutrully for K4prwi"'.nimimiicn nt..ttD In the alum, 1111.- m 1

right to announce hluiself or his to me that these gentlemen t IlIlu..lo tho coinliiH (prlinnry. Hhnll ffrently -
planks, all of which, with the excep- friend for any office and be can ought at least, when they are making t apprmilutfl your HUpport: and If oli'fUKl. -- --
pihull, work for tlio boutIntoreHta
tion of the third, are meaningless promises of this character advise the Btrlvw fnlthfully lo FO-R TAX ASHEHHOU.To -
make appointments and use the Favors large appropriatiaiis for t of the uotltlty null the atato atlurtfu. FOB SCHOOL
platitudes-Insipid, commonplace patronage of the ofllce to strengthen people of the present status. If these !' i Kvapuutfully' yotirn. Ibo IVfJiiocrnta of Futnnm County: To the Democratic OOMMI8SIOSKIL:
Rivera aud Harbors. Will exert of
twaddle. his candidacy as against. his oppo. gentlemen bad taken the pains to examine O. W. IlAtDWIlt.FOR I In-rt'b.v unnouncp iitytutlf cnnillUuta for alouar'a I Ulatrlot No.'t School con. ,
uents. Is this fair to them and to the record they would have every effort to get liberal approp- CLERK OF TilE CfBCCIT COURT.To thoofllceof Tux Apwefmor of Putnuin countysuhujett .. JitMi'utetl 'announce my candidacy for ,
His third plank has to do with fouud the Democratic Voter of Putnam (County to thu In-iuofrntto lrl".I") ), mumrofih
the ptople who elected him. that with the assistance of nations for Orange Mills Flats candidate' for tile ti.xporl. mc'u I Imve of- ean.y lbool the trm d dl.'rlo,, 1u1j05
I beg to annonnre myself a*
pensions for Confederate veterans Suppose the matter of selecting Hon. S. M. Bparkman, who Is now and other I places on the St. Johns Clerk of the circuit Court for nomination at tlm, of tux nftiw'Kdor of tulle county hero to fore aton 5PhirOO.ohming Reopog:.p101011.,
It I. the ranking democrat on the Committee ; bold 19111 will 'IJllhlo') me to perform tin) dutIes of thaolltfo Oily,
as : candidates Should be put up" to the i the primary election to be on May In the J.
of Klvers and Harbor. In the River needing a deep channel for 1 IWM. I lh to thunk you heartily for your 111'IIMPlIly.) nntl my intvroiiU I IiLtl'tWIU'
who the of all bent effnrt.1 To the
"Third. I people are source put forth -
will do all I can to pow act atinnurt, and If nominated promUo you 'to my D.mo.of Putnam County:
amend the present pension law witha er. Why cannot the chairman of House of Representatives, I secured commerce. the faithful\ dlKharxa of the duties of thlloltlos. in llHtlntf the proMrty| of tbo countynnd I method to announce :
the an Item in the Itlver and Harbor Favors equitable rates rail- Rmpetfully.Joauru. plm-lnu vntinlond Just vulimtlon dory for member of n,
property qualification-say tl.OOO." county committee call a meeting on Very and to m11,: nfmll; ork.- I shall district the School So t..
bill which was passed at the last PAtcs. No. 1 eubjcuit
of all the voters In every precinctand roads for Truckers and shippers.Will to fallow citlHoits for their 10 the llemOCllIlcpfl.
l my Thanking
In reporting the political lId KrnU'ful marr.
recent for
each voter shall write the name session of Congress, providing for a To the Democratic Voter of Putnam County supjtoru 1 inn Our iniltilIll ix'iutilt.Vtry trtmtlna to you o eope,
meeting at Crescent City of which of the man of his choice on blank survey of the St. Johns river from vote for National aid to Florida: reHfH'PtfullyV*. M.WILLIAM*. I am, carp Ira aiinln y your.recal.u, )'OIl'J Sfldo05mR
Jacksonville to Sanford, with a viewto good State and County roads. I bee to.announce that I nnt a candidate. for 'S't'luha, April W I. JVMLH. ,
meeting the editor of this was tickets for office to be filled.
paper every Clerk of the Circuit Court of Putnam Co.. FU.. I noreby announce my'
chairman, the News represented Mr. A tally of the votes would show the procuring deep water and a sufficient Will vote for National aid to and will be Krnteful for your atipport at the FOR TAX OOLLKOTOR. her of tile County Bohool Hmi y.riMni'trletNo.

choice of that precinct. At the same. channel to permit oceangoingatMHmers drain and overflowed lands comlnK pnmarle I To tOt Pemocrarle Vot r* of Putnam County: It, subject to tl. from, Llniary. ,-
swamp .
Wall. having said concerning If nominated and etitCIoicl vlll give alia K 1..1. g.
pensions to navigate the river as far cand.ilucy for the "
time let each voter vote for a deleKate I hereby announce my .Pd..or
that the "law Sanford. such courteous, prompt iin-to-ilntAtorvlce.1 ; ofllce of Tu* Collector of Putnam County' andiioctfully dlnoharga' my is
should be ,who shall be a voter In that precinct up as Upon Investigation sincerely Your., k If nominated you for past support, lolhlliy. Tbo.klnl
I a' your support.
changed so that no Confederate vet. and a majority vote of that these gentlemen would have ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. HUnT Hl'TCIllNON., find eluded, 1 will; glee I my time and boot receive your emlllorseunent:I ant:"' 10,",
ascertained that the field/ work of the Temocrntla Voter of Putnam County: of the dutle Very truly
precinct shall elect him to fill the To olturtH u>thu faithful pnrformanua yours, LAD"
eran who possessed H,000 or inore oi this survey Is now nearly completed I beg to announce myftelf. a* a candidate for pertnlnlny to the ohlie.. 'Ib.nklnll'oll for FOR hl'1
I lioBltlou of delegate from that preultict. Clerk) of the circuit Court, for nomination at JUSTICE OF THE
could the list. Very
property get on Among bis duties should be lu fact, nothing remains. to be done Candidate for Governor of Florida the primary election to be hold May mil lion Hlsupport A. tt..Y'\"LLA"D.' I hereby announce my PEACE
To this report Mr."Wall takes exception that of taking charge of his precinct except the office work aud the preparation and elected It will be my earnest endeavor. conilllK of for candlhw1 oil.!
administer, the ufTalnot. the to the FOR hVPKItVISOttOF REGISTRATION. Juatlo the thr DlHIrlctJjJ: "
of drawings and reports, same vry ) .
"P, ,,
In the following letter: elections appointing the needed bent ot my ability and to do nil I mn for ilheconvenience TlmnkliiK' the people of I'utuam County for .piiclftilly .. of
Putnam Hall. May 4th, 1908. lit-Ip to count the votes, going with which when completed will be submitted : of the people* Very Rotped fully, havIng, \ choxen me to IH theIr BupitrvlHor: of and the clt..II. generally.upport in"m 1,,Ir.n,
Editor PALATKA. NEWS the returns to the county seat the to the Board of Engineers of P. J. yecKiFORBIIKRIPF. ltegl.i mUon tie Inst' two year; If they will h.d'lnJ myself 0 parform m. full ..
: day" after and there with his co-clele- Rivers and Harbors, for their further eooft.rIllmil' honor upon me the next two veer no lu the nu.t. duly'? '1
Dear Sir:-By your friendly and consideration, and will also be submitted Voter 1 hereby promise I" perform the duties of that many frIends for pall .uivors D
To the Democratic of Putnam county
courteous actions at Crescent City ;>tti>s from every other precinct In I will be the ofllco and Jope"Uul.. your ri.; I. RowteofaauIlJRyu ,
to the Chief of Engineers and 'a candldatefpr rcnpnii'Mtlon to t.lhl"ny Impartlalig.:
determine T, KaLLAX.Paintlis .
\ : !
county organizing,
as chairman of our meeting, I wan iug.Juh.rw.-tvttoniung primary. andfpvui.ully
the atV..r. I
ay count and by rcballotlng In case Secretary forjhe ; solicit ,Fla, Fob.20th .
your nupiiort. Tnanklng.
with idea
the that
Impressed you of n tie vote the nominee of the dem- nation and.i'..*vttrzTC xftttlon oYfi'iese I you for ,east favor I urn Your truly. I will bo n fiimllilftte for RiiDorvlaor of JE..Z'Z.s
would be fair in your report to your iadLe4&k; It. C. HowBLt. RiKltitriitlun iiilhoiipproHebliirt n,.mocrittprlinnrl -
readers, but In one Instance you cratlo party for the county 01Jlg" Of course, there will be no possibility To the Democratlo Voter of Putnam Cot: |I" '.. ali I r..*"ctfullv jollell> 'benlpo..tol =:
Also make
to vouchers fa-Vila actual IE.
made mistake. In I hereby forRhorllf. ,
a printing my of an appropriation at this session announce tiiyHelf a.a candidate' lll DeliciousBon
xpenses of the ele :t'JiT' Including s fornomluatlon, at the primary election 1
position on pension FOR
you say! .er dlelJ-.1\-.tr. and mileage for of Congrexs. because there will to ba held on May lUth 1_. llnvlnu .er> ilftepnty oe
i =
that I said the property should b<- be no River and Harbor Dill. There for over SIC )....r., I am thorouitlily 'ro tho Democrotlo Voters of the First Commit Bons
.lf while
1000. This Is Incorrect. In thai. bJo. actually employ..d.I'hls will however be River and Harbor t-j familiar with the dutlo of the oltlce. and pmmIHO. Mem 1 or District I :
convention by a two-thirds vote a 1 If elected, will curry out the liiwaa ntar o* I ben ,to annoonco, mynolf a cnmtldnto' for
speech I did not say: whtt1eamotat \ would elect from their number one bill Ht the short session of Congressnext __ __ __ poKHlblo.. 1 am. Your, verv ren|>ertfully.R. Cnuniy.y ( mniliNtonef and ranpectfully a kyournupport M and
should be.i "have neversaid bused ,,winter and I am thoroughl LKHHHKULT.To .
or more delegates on the JouisMcN.01an. Chocolates
or wroje. that the propertyquallfimVon population confident that we will secure ou that the Peniocrotlo Voters of Putnam C'oi' '
of the to Nor Fin., Feb. 2ntb IMH.
county a state con
!SHOULD! BE 'l.OOO bill appropriations sufficient to do I borohy niiiioiuii'O, to you t lint I nun n cnlldlditto : O
vention to be held at a designatedplace I for the ofllue of HhprllT of Putnimi .
IjVesume got mlXfd over wino, To the lifiiiorrntlo Voter of tbe First Com- All
you not litter than. 10 days alter the this work. As evidence of the truth I Jaunty uljoct to the action of tile oolnlliK I : Hone-MadS Candies
-"I had printed In the TimesHerald.I precinct election which should In of this statement I attach hereto i Democratic prlinnry. If vluvtod I ploiltiouiyaolf 1..1"1.trlel' H. JlRfp of Crescent I aI
used this language.. ; "I will amend like determine copy of a letter which I I h"veJuet received I to every voter to faithfully iimlrnrneitly nity Dfi-rtt'iit; hts I nauiH to tliu Ivniocritta, ot i aP Something new added
manner the nominee I imrform Lime duties of the olllco vtltliuntiring thu'district .
the law with a for the Oounty ConiinldlMncrHMd *
present pension prop- from the Chief of : ol.'eol
for State and Federal olllces from Kugliieers; energy.. HeMpfrtfully, r*.. ,'. 7011 to support I P day.L.A.SMITII
erty qualification. 1000.( 1'hii. United l States i..T. every .
that state. and this committee two. Army.I Itanorwe.nterlachon him In lo OOllllK prlinnry.,."Mr. Harp de i
was one of the questions proposed to thirds elect should deblre to ask that you give placeto I Flo, Mnr.4th. ii to elect
other candidates.The delegatesfrom this communication In your columns L-J I To My Fellow Democrat of Putnam('0: miiklnff n pt'ruontil rummy,. for the otllve, but I
,l.OUO was and should be used their number based on the population ----- I take thl method of anmmnv1iif| ni%wlf he promised that If HtM-leil be would serve ,
of their state to the national so that the people at Interest, a ciintlldnto for tueolllue of Mhorltrof I'utniim the people to to the btmi of hIs ability. J>t |
merely as a suirftvKtlon.\ I could an convention to nominate the candidates "may know what lino been and Is be- booty and ropeutfully uk your BUD* nil mlly to hi. support ami make him our Lemon St.. Palatka.tI1J..
easily of said IU.OOO us 'I.OOO-but n the coming IJoinocriitla. prhiinrv. If uouilneo.
ing done In the .
premises.Yours for.ln
qualification was what Iwas for the highest offices In the No faction, .machine or ring ...
property land. Provided always that every very truly. I brought him out. Ue came out ". a thoofllce without fair or favor and will try 1 To this Democrntlo, Voter of Oominlslon-
meaning and not the amount. of all the FRANK CLABU. I candidate alone and handed. to use n. tiiucli economy for the county an ers 11.1..t No.itI .
count votes from the precinct single for re-nomlnittlon to
I should
This thought be decidedupon TliunklnKyou In ndvuucw for b.
to the national committee shall I He will be glad to receive the sup- rO..lhle. ciin do for ne. 1 cii,. any the of Onunty t'oiimnmlumhumer' U. trs.BAIBT. J. WAnaK'LtA
the :
by legislature. Trustingyou : :
done in of the of the antl- Yours Dlstrlrt No. t, und will bo tluinkful for ; .
will be fnlrand correct the error. Da open session and an immediate WAR DEPARTMENT I port corporations, truly, K.: E. WKF.KH. support. L. O. HTKfiiBrtA: Seep.and Tnu.

I am. Yours truly. J P. WALL." report made In triplicate Office of the Chief of Engineers corporation, the prohibitionists and FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I
,. and a CODV flied with county clark the antl-prohlbitlonlats, of the local To tbo DP in OP ratio Vot.r of (Commlulon- The G.
Wuahlnirtnn Ann Hft.. 1(II(.IN. To tha Democratlo Voten of Putnam County, Loper
-. This paper has. no desire to do Mr. { and registration officer' in coi HON. FRANK JL, iK-.m -- -- option I...,., the Christiana and the Florida: 1 ore am n cuddiiJiite No. iti for tho olflco of County BaieyCa

Wall an Injustice and is willing thai. ut u matters. These delegates would be U. S. House of Representatives. Jews and of the Gentiles the "Pub- lon 1 hereby to tha announce otltc.: of my candidacy for ro'elcc- i otninlsHloimr front this, the Hecond J>U-
the official organization and would licans and sinners.'! He would eY nacc..pt County Juilite of Putnam trli't,und will (greatlY support Fire :
his correction should stand as the Sir: County subject' to the action of the prtmurteloallon In:
hold office until their the of the Pharl..epa.'rbe 1 I be bold : : tile coining r.r.tll'rr .
Idea he sought to In his Crescent successors I. Replying to your request of the support May llltli, mm. ThankIng & .
convey should be elected by the people or 27th instant, I have the honor to advise corporations cannot do without tbe llbural l voter support' of the In county lbs pan.for I their hearty xillclt:; and Palatka' Mar. 1-'lb.II"I. Leading American and
City speech. carnonliy a Foreign
the people's delegates and this could you that the result of the pre- the people and the people cannot do continuance of that support In the lurmoluturlmirY To the Voter of CommIssion.ore .
"4 But the point made by Mr. Wall IK oe done any time the change was liminary examination of the St. without the corporations, Neither i ,campalitn.. M. I. Co... l"mOrnto, .Sm.

not the one at Issue. There are but deemed necessary by a majority vote Johns River Florida, was favorable, should be allowed to oppress the Pnlulka, Fla.. Feb.sutb, looe. for I hereby announce myself as n candidate Companies

two systems or ,Involved In the of the precinct voters or his dele and that In view of that fact a survey other. Capital I. organized, labor FOR SUPERINTKNDFINT IS"TICTION.: OF PUBLIC wUddlHtrli't: tin) ortlue,subjoia of county to the cotmnlHAlnnvr approval of the for

gates. became possible under the law. should organize. Itfinocrattc votvrut tin.primary electIon' Accident Insurance:
_I granting of pensions by the state. Now let us see what benefits this Such a survey was authorized, and The license tax law licensing each To I Democratic Voter of Putnam County: May hililmlas. UU KMfl HTAOY.To .

; One Is the pauper, antistarvationplan plan would bestow and what evils the field work of the same is nearly l little enterprise should be amendedIn .ro-elnetlon.hereby to announce hue otlice myolf of Oounty a candidate mipertntcnd-(or Plltnl Country Democrnut The Travelers of llartforf{

by which the state undertake correct. 1st. The people would completed. There remains yet the i order that taxation should bear sot of Publlo Iiutructlon for Putnam ("nullity. ,I .I,y ': \ : my *
election ', ,'
govern; their voice would be beard office work and of drawIngs more evenly. .ubject to tbe approachIng Democratic I'rl- an \I.Iir'ot t 'Hoard'ol'tro' -
to provide a minimum of sustenance and heeded from commissioners Article XIX of the Constitution mary. If re-elcutcd. I .ball a* I have endoavorodto t)(olml..lol. iMstr.ct) Life Insurance
county and reports, and the further do In the paiL, give my be.tior- i' ( of the primary. o :
to all paupers, without regard -to : to president of the United States.. consideration of the project by the provides for Local Option. The vice to the educational Interests of the will continue: to perform; tbodutleaof tb,

race or previous condition of life or 2d. The nominee would be free, Board of Engineers for Rivers and qualified electors (not the Governor) county otllotf (0 tIme Very Iwnt of my ability. The Old
Thanking you for your Very reiipectfuUy.' 13.T. i Reliable "Gennadi
past HOX.AKO.
I support beg
bound constitutional
morals. by no pledges to partisans Harbors, by the Chief of Engineers approve or veto toromaln, Youra very truly
1, and friends. and by the Secretary of War. It amendments. He Is not on the L. K. Tuca r.n, To the Doinocratlo Voters of tbe Fourth
The other plan Is based on the idea Comml.'ono.' JJlHtrtuti of New York
8d. The to candidate and "recently constructed band
expense does not at present seem probablethat wagon. TREASCREB.To O tnysi'lftt candidate for Lie
of gratitude and as a reward for long people would be nothing to what It the report can b.. sent to Congress Ue commenced life working in the Democratic Voteraof Putnam County County CoiiiiuUHlonur' and renpectfully .ollolt -

or valuable public service rendered now Is.4th. before adjournment of this Quincy, Florida, at a salary of $16.00 Cientlemun: desIre to thank you for the your suppurt: pronilslnrt faithful Mr Marine
I It would Interest month and boarded himself. H. :cordial >upH| >rt that lOll have heretofore given vice In roturu. Very respectfully. Insurance:
unify public .
by the pensioner. session, but It will almost surely go Eer me at the poll.. end to announce my Candida-: M. BoUANlflOH.
: and crystallize public sentiment, to Congress at the beginning of the himself been a hard working coy for the olnue of County Troo.urer.
The third In Mr. Wall's To tho
: plank plat- because the mind of the majority next session. It will not until then struggling man and he knows what it a.kln.I that.upport, proml liiK that If clicted Democrntlo' Voters of the FII.I t'ommlHHioner The

:. form Indicates which of these systems would be quickly known-one monthor be put Into print. means In others. He has never married me you your shall vote.never 'have' caune Hc.pectful.vr to regret givIng I 1.11 be a D.'c o.ndlh... In the primary Leadimg Companiei

of pensions for Confederate. six weeks being all the time nec- 2. It will afford me much pleasure he has always had obligations.His 8. J.KaNXEHLr: ,, oitlce .omlnt COlnt.. CommlMtonurand -

_;. veterans be stands for. cessary for either of the great partiesto to send you a copy as soon as It Is life has been spent morn In To the Democratic VOlo..r Putnam County. promlMlug: faithful respectfully service solicit In I return.your upport. Al Claims Promptly
declare all nominees. thoughtful consideration of other I will bo a candidate for the offlro
I. of (
printed, though It likely that it louiiv
.; He would dole out to the heroes of 6th. It would eliminate neighborhood will come into your possessionthrough people than of himself. He feels Treasurer I In the:approaching I primary and will I I uflreliy Announce that I T. J. Roo". Settled.
appreciate will be
your J. f a cntidl
Bupport. ;
; the Confederacy a small annual stipend feuds and troubles. The present the distribution machinery sure he will be elected "If he gets To the DemocroUo Voterut EjiMuNutout. ilnte before the I Itmuilmocruitim, Primary for the

to keep them from starving system tend. to promote these of the House sooner than I can possibly enough votes." He does not Propose I take Ihl. mea II. 01 "nlloIlDo'11 of Putn.m Limit Cot I }nomlnnlun' If of County UoiunilsHlon for OfC 98 Front Bt, PAATA.f

and on the exact, principle employed troubles which are numerous and get a copy to you. to trade oil a single cilice. There is will bu 8 c"ndldR'o for Lime olll.u 01 {Joullty' lo.thully..tVr 'f.0* nnd nomlnnted conclontloutily smut' elected nt I will
i all
'I'ro..urer ID the 11 in
often fatal. ,*' honor In being Governor. If It Is I comlny prlm..ry and a ill llllt-v n8 tt ena0JllX
sincerely iwwinber of the
:: board
greatly ; In Q
.- by our county commissioners In' 61 b. It Is a clean method of selectIng (Signed) A. MACKENZIE, tainted with dishonor he does not 01 my rrlulld.npp..lllte iiumI" fellow time imeelmiimmio.U'.n.oDd. 1 votes behlfof our county nt large I solicit I the [ItCC CCDCIICICCCIJ :

: awarding aid to county paupers-If officers. The office would seek Brig. Gen., Chief of Engineers want the office. *.. to tblllll all who ii. 10lIy( .ul'llor"d ilouihre m. uppwrtpf: to nil vote my In f"the||:0w Unmoorats, who are 1 .

has home the man and not the man the office two years 0140 IInd ".1< a cimimtgiunuot Very primary. 3 Let us know
) the applicant a or property U. 8. Army. ihi'Ir .UPIJO" FR""K tilCEAmi. .or .cUuly. J. H. WTW. your

be cannot get a pension. I 7th: be All represented interests would as each Impartially E. TV REDDING. flelroue.Fin..March 4th lee!. 1\1 11 To Ooniinimioncr tIme:: : Ulatrlrtt Voter of the Fourth 1

.: He Is opposed to the present plan I would be entitled to precinct TAX AS5E01Qfl I have ducMd.'d to 'Income a for
one or 1 hereby
announce a. a re-elinitlontotlinomuAor 'oll.ld"i
'.. of the state, as enacted by the last more delegates according to numberof The Leading Man in the Race pllloe of l'miz A..or mind nk limo Olll'po"for' the S UVi1for the Fourth Wntrlct.' and will.- I Grocer I

legislature which place. the voters In that precinct. Equal or my frtoinuhim In tile oOlu'nlll.I""ry." prom- your noOistftmm..e
rapidly :\
vanishing number of old Confederate rights to all would be possible and NonalcoholicSarsaparill for Sheriff. all icIng lot to V..l..oro.do my duty mu toot lteepertrilly J ell,.,. I b..nk port'ai'airJ'.coming rwBpeetfully.:, primary and aup
j no our country would be clean and O. F. TWoiKBK.atlo I
aULLAKD. Wants
heroes on a roll of honor To the ) Voter I II
direct In Its political methods with To the riHinocratlo, Voter of Putnam (' eionet I IlietrIct of County Comml.
f and which shows an honest and our officers-the honored servants oi i utile I amino:,ilCc immyo"ht; ..Clllldldll'o' f.>>"t'lie At the solicitation\ No.of ft: .
pr Tan A..o..or"hJo,', many friend I hereby
all the people.If to the "' honorable appreciation by the peo. 01 tile "ponoerlllle 1".lm'IfY m.ela rnnaiiUie County commlhtttoner and will
on lo be pleased
I\1ny lath,. II I we t
this plan suits write I I4n.5,
the I"vo""I..llh
pie for heroic sacrifice-the kind you edItor Rm YOllr support 1111.1 rt'teIve ocrat.o 11.101 nubject, lo the lien
-'. and tell him so. rro.t.: ::: IinLliI: 'I 1 I'II otmd.uyir errsyou net for the -'li ol will endeavor to furnish with the boil
that was willing to die, If need be, lu Now voters. ask legislative ( ito time rlCht :ut all; ,::., think the other follow Interuiuof the 11oimnty.: If you you

defense of home and country. candidates to pledge your themselves to I If you think you need a tonic, I Your J*"".'....W....UIlIlY HTM'iltus, 1st the beet man. FttAMiR.vote for 3 i goods obtainable at surprioingiy

The News Is In no way responsible amend the present law so an. to allow ask your doctor. If you think I'I.ohon. F. March W, 11J. u low price. INoue

,' ; for the predicament In which Mr. ,and the people delegates to choose Instead their of candidates having to you need something for your I 4..t... t..t+tt..t..t.J; n but First-class gooilig

Wall finds himself by reason of his vote for self-announced. and self-ap blood, ask your doctor. If you ; .. find shelf room here. WI

advocacy of a plan for the humiliation pointed candidates, and let's make chink you would like to try I ; '
who the start right now In old Putnam want to convince you of thii,
: of the men are wearing the Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsapa- LEADING :
for. free vote a fair I JI."h'
Confederate Cross of Honor. count equal ,H \ 3 so come and see for yourself
rllla ask
doctor. Con-
rights to all and special privileges to your ,' ( .
s1-; -- none. If any man ha. a better plan sult him often. Keep in close 'k--p.- q011, ff' g or, phone "your order iu t

-T FOR PRIMARY REFORM. let him tell It. What the country I I receiVe
No. and it will
., needs Is permanent relief from the fear touch with him. CANDIDATE ; : g 8

In anothercolumn of this paper of who U being. elected. The business g and careful attong '
'. 1 there will be found an article on, of the Is W j pablub cot formulM prompt
country paralyzed be
....... ,
primary reform" that Is worthy the causeofthis. fear and because professional A ,. er.m our msnliotuswTrV .iloobol FORUNITED tion.Free

careful reading of every citizen. politicians have played on ers arr* yo to I' 5} delivery.
the prejudices of the mosses on the ooD ult you* t : :
.. It Is from the pen of a modest, one hand and the fears of capital on "ootor i l

high-minded citizen of this county, the other. The professional pnlltitlclan Ask your doctor to name some of the ; L.C.
who Is not a politician, nor for aught | Stephens
must go. There U no place for results constipstion. His long list will i "
know the son of one. <, ,
wn him in the precinct plan because with .
begin biliousness
and far .Iclll.beldacbet I stand for law and order I -
I. business stand
But he a man a
unless he the endorsement
of vast of voters can get of dy.pee.I., thin blood, bsd skin. Then for BH economical administration In g Grocer
mer one a array his own precinct he Is "down and if he would recommend i ,
your all the oillces!
that the
of the have STATESt
who have grown weary constant people to
out. He can be neither candidate Pill.
using Ayers
,' turmoil that attends our present give.I Klrby and Morris Stre t..
nor delegate. -i lfrt.by tas". O.Ayr c., X waU.Maa.-
believe In > i f
so-called primary system of. Selecting How many of our most able politicians - -. --- standing by honest
nominees. convictions, which should always be
party do known who Palatka Florida.
Our correspondent would have the I his you cannot? Coconuut pearls or. rarely seen In the result of careful Investigation. | SENATOR ,
carry own precinct or county
': primary system constructed In such I This letter Is already too long but, this country. They lire found only In Vote for me un'J 1 pledge myself to :

a way a* to make good the nainn-a much more could be said. The main the cocannut trees grown In tbe Philip eAch and every voter to faithfully o a aaammcnncncccccac

system In which, the people would In I Idea Is all that has been attempted I pines and, like the oyster pearls, are the discharge my duty. I

very fact take the Inltlatlre. His and that Is, that to purify a stream I result of the trees being out of health Vote for me and you shall not have <

plan Is to make the office seek the the They are never cause to believe that your confidence Restaurant
you must begin at source. larger than a pea has DUNCAN European -
been .
7 misplaced. I
-- .. man and not the man I he office, as ONE OF TUB PEOPLE.!! but coconaut pearl of that size Is U.FLETCHER I
under the present system.
worth from 1200
to 400.
but It -,.'_ Catarrh Furnished
His plan mar.not be perfect, .- Cannot Ro Cured<< ROOOI"Hot

k at least the foundationIdea Between the HITM of flftmm and forty-flva, with LOCAL APPLICATiONs. .. i and Cold Bath
upon which .a perfect systeni'S the time when womanhood bfwlnand ma'be. Silver Aluminum Jelly Moulds Free raacb tba sect of tla rtla...... "..,. cannot l. Stands for These
be evolved. hood and*. It la aallnmtad that the aKurairata blood oroonalllutlonal. dlo.......,
could easily term 01 woman'* autTerlnff !I. lea vaar*. Ton I InlIvldunlly noh'4 ".....rti are now con. core U you muat ...... .... junO In.ordiir! to. CoaKrol! of Iol Principles$ : o
The one thing our correspondenthad ,....out of thirty! On. third of the bait part I .1 l.*rjd the proper tbln.. TI,, motiht ..r 0 H"nac.tarrb0ur.. I. .......n Intirn..modl. .r* afe :
g In mind was. to induce the people of a woman'a lira iiiarUtaadl Think of thaanormou p hard( to get oistte l thn .large Ohm..., ho tDoorCOf "not..!lr",ctl,on the blood .and mucous a"rrn, and, I Consmre Care. )Infer.ao Kupperboscl1'Palatks [ "'
think along this line. He knows loss of tlmal Hal time la not all I JKIMj-O, The Dainty PmiMtrt. onn, Unliscainrrb Our la Dot a quack. lloin a Favor Income Cjiarles
to that IN lout. TQOhe ara of aufTerlntf ataal:I get them hnnliitc'ly free. CMreutnr in each It .... uraaoribad br on.of the bw nbj.'olaj'In T.z
that If the people will discuss the the bloom from l oh alu, the brliihtneiafront pnekituo upl..htlnlr and lilustralIng tie dllt ,- thl.ooumrjr far r.&..aa.1 I.Ti .. ..... Stmmim lor Tariff I I
.ub.attake an Interest In It-thechances the ayaa, lha falrnaaa from the torn,. foront ,' n .J5L.O Is all I got.Iigrfltes aoriptlon. It la regular .-rl.lon. and D Vis.
will demand plin Ther writs thalr, reeord In many ana**and I : hue ::.. pm'knte. rIo-l: : accept I 5sub.titutoryoO kownomhinodwiihth.b..tbico4;: I eompoxHl: : the: boot tonics, Florida) F..n and Frnli ne r are they
What boon than to la OrIMama'a Duty Grower -
wrtukla. woman will dloappolnted. acting directly on tie aurfaSJ Thi on EtfypUan *.
by whlon the primary will become Vnvorlta Pranorlptlon. It promote* *"*"' conibtnntin .1 mucous th. two ;:.r : CoUon, To profc.JO..eao .
laBU i GoTonsniatil Business Men
i ,
eandldatr's drieS updabllttailna' drain
than the ntcnlarttv. .
the people's rather Qfaot: : : euro famala' ws.k.assn,t A specifIc for p.ln-Dr. Thomas I liii Chat 04itrrh prnd'Ioe..uoh' loud for.ond"rfu ie.ulIiloelais I .reIts I""""". Isilaad lUvera Approyrlalloais for and
free. Otherl
I Initiative. MiabltalMM% tba dalleata womanly ornna. In Kl and W.. .r. !
ofrto OIl ptrnnfffiBt, cheapest lInt .
The News commends th. article to vlgorou and parmaoant health.\ No n.hA' .7. dIVEST C 00.. Toledo,O. Op.la Tra.la I have with j
dTled. Ir.
consideration of democrat mwdlolna can do for woman. what U dona byt mftnft ever A hoaiehoUI Bold br Drusgisis, 7ie. .all Monorollaa. opened an !
the thoughtful >r. Plans' Favorite Pratorlptlon. remedy In America for !9fi y..re. flall'l family rills are Us be." Corr a. Ralaram Ford on Front street and aI !
*. to do all kinds of stenogrsphla -
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IDIII.rJI..J1IIIIi. BWr Crescent City News

..;Come to us I WASTING STRENGTHWomen

-.,... m_ _-____---- Laces White Goods
F for your -- ------

': Weather Report. :E. \VllllamB of the big Williams .

_ Mln.for Max.for I grove is now shipping his cropof Any woman wanting the newest, should see what

wring hore, ;fanuillfl; 1 o1) *,BI|!">mlU far thl *"*11 "l">. "June bloom" orange, the best who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable! ; wo offer. V

April. a. m. I p. m. Dp.m. M hriSl hr appearing of which he la shipping to
Jill. Balurdny..... 75 V3 TV' 93 70 the New York market. Mr. Williams painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that We da not cater to cheap trade. Every selection is
20. Sunday...... 7U
tuft IN>> (it TilT
irden Seed V7. Monday .... Hi id" no 67H states that the returns so far Wine of Cardul is a safe and pleasant remedy for all a gem. Let us show them to you. The weather i is
'!5.I Jucwiloy. ... 78 17 70 77)4) 0734
a W. Weilne.diiy.. TO'* SI 74 tu 07 received have been very satisfactory. just right for what we offer.
.' 110. Tuuniilny. .. 7ft H6 Btt tM IIIlM'lildal. HU total, shIpment. of this varIety their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed

[flew Stock, ) ... .... 60 7< DO 71 51B will approximate the ,
I H4" 1,000 boxes tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging The C. H. Preston Co.CreFirity
D. WILLIAMS Obltrter. majority of which will have been
[Has Just matter and female disorders such-- as irregular
_ forwarded by the end of( the present relieving ,
."" "" "" week. .J{' irirTnr ''i a a ir i ii-mm11 ''m I
> Arrived.t1Lt1onerJ. scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.
'\ I Louis L. Nowsom, formerly of this .
Personal' and Social i -
Also relieves headache backache dizziness
place, but for the past eight years a ,

."" "" "" "' resident of LaGIorla Cuba seuda '
and Toilet: l the News cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Lloyd( t Preston visited Jacksonville a cheerful letter, together
-.... *U IJ..,_ IA M 1 "**. fM*...*. hi. If vfm need advice. write us a letter tellijiKJJS: allpin

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\ No. 99 No. ;19 I No. 78 No. 98
Dally Dally__ Daily Dally
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Suppler.nen: t D 26 pm 1..pm Lv..Daytnns..I.v I Of pm 410 am

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120001 612 pm ..,................. ..........._...........Lv U av pm 1&2 am
THE PALATKA NEWS. tune am 516pm L..nookl..., .._.....,_.Lv 12r.p. 1.0.01
1289 am 6 50 pm Lv....._......l1atm Oath.L, 11 34 am I 14 aID
lUgao 600pm "..._.,...... ._... ..._ Ii 44 a.n 108"01 V
2/10/ am TOO pm LV..r"l'l.rc..L.! 9 &II am 1116 p.
600 am 004 pm .r..W..t iain H..cb..Lv 788 am C 04 p. V V
0!IOam 10.0 pm IVV..__.ji.\III.rd.I..Lv 6&ga... 111pm7111I !
NEW SERI & VOL. XVI NO. 19. Per Year. III am JI 45 .i..i Ar..MI.mI..L. I 00 alit I!OIl pm
Palatka $1.00
Fla., May 8, 1908. .. .. ........ ... .
tlOOO am 760 an Ly. ... .. Miami ..............Ar 5 10pm 900pmt110
am 10110 an, Ar..Hom..I.. ........ ...L. '110 pm aDO pm
tSOOPIU .......................... Ar..Knlghtu1Ce_ Pooh _......./.._ .!!. am1)aIIy

WELAKA NEWS NOTES. Farm Lands For Sale. INTERLACHEN ITEMS.G. U I a".pl Sund.,.. tBuoda,.sad_Tbunda.only, _T1.tay.sod iatnrdays 001,.

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Owing to the unprecedented de. PALATKABRANCH V _
Hillier of Scranton Pa. has --= V't'r
James ,
the Welaka. mand for farm lands, especially. small E. Gillette was a bu.lne.v1.1- ; EAST PALATKA Anlv. L.ave PALA.TKA TO Ae.P".k" .
in pharmacy
taken a position tracts for trucking the tor In Palatka. Miss Ethel and Master p.inL
he to remain purposes : _TO PALA.TKA P"I'ka P.I".k" EAST PAl-ATKA

for the, where coming year.expects Deen Realty & Improvement Co. of i Ed. accompanied their father.. o am ..."......No. 40 flatly.......... ceo am 616 am ......_No..7 Da117......._..- "i o-;;
: Wavcross Ua., have subdivided Into Miss Bessie Lyon was one of the \ .26"01 ........_No..a D.II'......_. 546 .01 100 am .._.No 49 Dall,.....,._. no am
Rev. Mr. Black. Baptist. minister 10, 20 and 40 acre tracts their farmlands i I Sit am _.No. 60 D.II'._...... U.. am 111. am .....No. ii t'nII,..,........, 11811 am V
of Green Cove Springs preached in : In Coffee county near Nichols guests of Mrs. R. H. Browning at 'a 1160 am ......No. 01 Dnll,.............. 1210 pm Silo/ pm .._.No. 55 l'aIIY............ .10 pm V
"- party given by her in Francis, last i, eta" pm ....No. M D II,............ 4 V& pro .80 pm ..._.No. 6. J.IIy._.._. 4/10/ pm
the Methodist church here Saturday and Plnroe county near Oflerman Friday evening. son" pm .....N0. 66 D.II'.........,..626 pm 705" pm .....No. 07 1>1011,...__... 2. pm
night: and Sunday. The services were. and In Ware county, near Wayoross 700pm ......No.1I YsIiy............ 1.' 10 800.m ......No. 39 isiiy..5iOpm

well attended. and are ottering to sell same on easy The political rally here on last Saturday I S..N_MATEO. DRANCH _ V

Mrs. Spencer Middle ton Is visiting term brought a great many to bear I .....v. EAST PAL..TKA I -I-i. ;;; BAN MATEO TO Antv.PI V
I They have also subdivided their the speakers and to enjoy Interlacb- :
Mrs. K. S. (Ireen.L. i choicest. potato and celery land In St. en hospitality.. Many" of the speakers L_ t" TO SAN MATEO i.'afi I i JOt. ; EAST PALATKA piL.

K. Morris went down to Pal at- Johns county, Florida, known as the arrived Friday from the day at Hoilister 580 an, 40 ............ ;;;-I I Din am //10 DaIly............ 520 am Veit
ka" on business last Saturday.. Haw Creek lands. These lands are and were guests at the Lake _nm iS Daily ___________.88 nn [S.O i'n 1\4\ I.Miy ______.._.__.00 pmumi
selling rapidly. They are offering View. Coffee and sandwiches were No.iI1 No.19 Ito. 17 MAYPORT 5.", I No,22 No. M

with Two a negro loaded. boys shotgun here: when Were playing it went : these lands for the present at CIO per served down stairs at the hall to the -j. Daily Daily Daily _BRANCH .No. ...:;. I Daily Daily.
acre. hungry.
off and the load lodged In one side of The famous Hastings potato lands = _._1 lOOpm pm _045am_I.J""k""n.I1I..Ar vCltS2O pm a pm540na
the youngest boy's head killing him E. O. Kemp of Orange Springs: anda 240 pot 10U"n L..I'.bloHe..b..Lv d. 1140 am 1'0 pm
are now selling at from $50; to )200 per if" tills 61' '
time resident of this vicinity 5Nv U6pm a. pm 10vSa.nL., U.n".UOILOb Lv am pm1
Itl"tantly-eo much for boy. fooling acre. The Haw Creek lands in the long Jail"!: 110m OO m 45..mA.... M .ort..l.., _.. 1120.10'00 pm r,
has to Syracuse, N. Y., for tbe .
with guns. same county and hnlllnr, except it summer.H. 5 14. 1 No. aNI.4 N... 9 No. 10
l K. S. Green went to Palatka Friday Is better, are selling at PlO per acre: 1>.117 Daily OraugsCItyBr.ech 1)5117 D.II? Daily. Sanford Bsimcim.. Daily .
to bring up the coroner to hold ; of course will not be on the market Sales has returned to his. home u.8l1n .z 8ua. e..8un., u. Sun. n. Sun. .,..8110. ('.
Inquest over the boy who was long. In Boston, after a pleasant visit of 940 p;; 000 urn Lr.New BmyrnaAr. 118pm 600 pm etc am l.yTIt.'II.Ar.I280pm .

an killed here that day.. The Deen and Bell tract In Marlon several weeks with his nephew, a sail:I6p.n pm 10/10 10/SO am am LT.L..L.kllloloIlLv.IUlpm OranR City Lv. '200 po 410.Ulpm.... .DUOam.............. .Ar......Samiford...........'".Lv..... ..glOam.............
., county, near Ocala. is also to be surveyed Chas. Francis. .R 40_t>m 11 00 am Ar. Orange City Jo '21' '01 400 01 ..........
Quite a large party from Norwalkeamn and the market in the I
over In Mr. Ulsoook's launch near future.Remember put. on Major W. C. Hill and wife have returned Connentlone mad ftt Knlvlita Key Pf>".. for Key Went sod O..n.

the Kingfisher, to attend the picnic that each tract that' Is to their home in Watertown _Th... TIMID TAHLKH ahow the tlm....whtah tralne ilia y. be expected t. arrive
; N. Y. We parted with them lets reluctantly and depart from the.....,, ...tlon.. but their arrival or departure at the'1m..
last Wednesday.. sold will have a frontage on a streetor this elated 1.guaranteed,nor duel the Company b.lit I"U reeponalble for any del.r. V
they return early )
there will be as arlnlnar. therefrom.or .
public highway! so or any onnaoniienon
Dr. A. D. Williams secretary and fall. Major Hill has purchased the
treasurer of the Welaka MineralWater no danger of any purchaser ever being and known as _" Cop? of the T.oval Time Card or Other Tnfermatloa
( his pretty cottage grove '.E1o: ':i'iiio r1sMIiYL': "
or oif\rom
".. (Jo was In town the latter I ; penned up the Nlniuger place. Srf A'uaUSTINE. FLORIDA
Durohaae. ... J.D. RA"NE .A.sletant General P.... Act., V
of the week to see about commencing i
part the work on the casino and The public, especially the laboring Geo. Downing, one of the old comrades -

bathing. pool. Mr. John Dnllow Issuperintending people and wage earners. realize now of this place who has been J, __ I
: g ,
lu -- --
the work and is nowhaving that there Is only so much land quite ill, Is now on the mend. -
this and the future will neither
the piling hauled. As soon country Mr. Way'tnsuranoe adjuster of Orlando .
as they are on the ground work will realize make also It that more the nor recent less.or' They past was In the city Tuesday attendIng ::::..:=.::. Atlantic Coast Line R. R. }

begin driving: them so us to get the has demonstrated that an Investment to the fire loss of John Brewer

company's. wharf finished quick as paulo In lands sulfur less than which was settled satisfactorily. 'ioa, outa' V
posalble. In order that the lumber Investments In thing else. They Mr and Mrs. Brewer left Wednesday Ir scalds a Goes Everywhere
brick., pipe etc., can be unloaded realize also that any South Georgia andFlorida for their home In Great Barring- ley'm.y
righton the ground. Dr. Williams have practically the only ton, Mass. ply llal-

3 stated last Saturday that the mineral cheap land now In this country and Mrs W. L. Powell was called to ''g to di- North South East and West.
water Company. had bought the lot the probability. Is that this will not be Savannah. by the Illness of her mother 11 relIeve ,
on which the casino will be built and cheap very long. They realize also and as the lady is past 90, Mrs. e. Price V
that a brass. pump and pipe had been that an Investment in farm land Is Powell spends a great part of her okermaD- Consult the "Purple Folder."
bought and were on the way here the best Investment that can be time there.
with which to pump up the water.When made. A man has to have very little
the casino and bathing: pool able Miss Hattie Fraser Is on the sick a, "Is nnIf V
of farming to be to
are llulshed the company will have. a''' take knowledge a 10 or 20! acre tract and cultivate list and Rev. Mr. Cooper Is leaking: For detailed informatioj, rates, schedules and reservations :.
nine neat place In which to give It on the Intense system and after the store during Mr. Bedding'sabsence. /

everyone wanting them hot or cold make a fair living. __ _______ If curling. see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on -0
baths In this saline mineral water.There The climate in South Georgia and ng home ,.
will bH a public drinking fountaIn Florida i Is what makes our land. valu- Notice I over the FRANK C. BOYLSTON, T. P. A., Jacksonville, ;
in the front of the casino for the able. We can make soil but cannot Notice is hereby given that the IsDemoUserablc.- '
benefit of tbe cItizen. of Wttlaka. make climate. While our lauds are City Council will receive bids at 8
ThU water Is one of the very bust for not so fertile by proper cultivation o'clock p. m. May 10th 190B for 800 A. W. FRITOT ,-:
"all skin diseases rheumatism and Indigestion and fertilization they can be made more or less street signs to be placedIn J ,
and the place. will be quitean to produce a revenue of at least $100 position as designated by the ;:
attraction. for Welaka. Everything per acre net. Don't be afraid of an street committee. Dmsion'Pussenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida. .
will be in complete working over supply of anything made. on a Council reserves the right to reject lACK? ,'
order by next fall.. farm lu this section.. If there is nota any and all bids. Sample to accompany n or P. A. YARBOROUGH, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast

Mrs. F. E. Reeder returned from maiket for the product in Us ripeor bids. By order of the Council. :", .

+ Jacksonville on the Clvde line..t..I11.er raw state then it can be canned A. T. TBIAY,' tliene nronderful- Line, Talatka, Fla.! .

(City of Jacksonville. last Thur.- or preserved and the profit will still Apr. 28(1,1908. Clerk. .- -- -- --- .- ___ _
: greater.! Dr. ,
\ by
day.Tbe We own lands in different sections FOR SALE.-Two grade Jer.ey' \t -
Whist Club met with Mr. and and directions and are ready to subdivide fresh. Excellent milkers. teat SwampCows kid- Our Only Place of Businessis
Mrs. John Dallow last Thursday Aid and sell off anywhere we Gentle. 8. C. WARNER, Palatka. mud blad-,

spent 'a very pleasant evening. .b.'I. own. Our terms. are liberal and B-l-4t I at address below where we carry in stock a large supply of

prices For descriptions low. maps prices, etc., You get the best groceries at lowest rent med- Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill, Edgers, Planers, Shingle Machines
address, prices when you trade with A. b of tbecentury Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery, Saws, Belting and

Yif1f1f1f1f1f1f1f1f1f1fiFor!: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: Dean Realty &. Improvement. Co.. Grainger: the new store fteryears; Supplioe. \\'rite1a what you want, we can supply you and save you

Wayoroes Ga. 6-8-lt Have Beautiful Mahogany! Upright research money

I Sale. Piano, almost new worth $400; will flier, the
Wh.n H. Wtpt. sell for $280, cash or time. Write W.this lucy andndcrfully Malsby Co.

| 1 Unimproved lots 7ftx50>> "There baTe been times," said the I' offlee. 4-24-4t rote back _tp4r

f 1 on Olive at, near Jones St., actor-manager, "when I have shed real FOUND-A light made gold ebaln. dder anaOWQer iI j; :

: ah Palatka, Fla. Cheap for tears." I can have same by calling at / he- worst 4iS.ForsythSt.Atlanta .

'cash. Address "Ab. when you have been in great I this office proving ownership and '::i.-
: sympathy with the part; TOO were paying for this notice. | not rec- ._ Ga.
H. M. BURKETT playing" suggested the matinee girl. ';you have ,
ittwill be
"No; when I hare had my own good See Grainger: for groceries.: Best In
t. It has
the Prices reasonable. .
21 E. In city always
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money la tbe show replied the ictormanagur V .it hospital -

t saratogl1lt'j with a tinge of sad remembrance Mr. Betts says: His 'Photo e, and has Inspectors and ,Clerks of Demo Brick For Sale
\ Georgia
In lila tone.-Philadelphia Rec Studio will be open until May 15 for case that a '!;
making Cabinet photos at $2.01) do. \ made by cratic: Primaries.
: : : : : :
for havea tiorka nt desired Full ..,
Ping-pongs a quarter. who Thn following InHpootor. and In any quantity. ..
sample election IIIIVB bwn nppolntwl liy the Olinlriinn I -. Will in '
: nilH:,er:t ry of tun IKniiwratla fcx.initlva Standard Size. save
book tell- Oommltw. of Putnam' County, to the brick mason's labor and V
id bow to serve nt tliu Primary to bo held on May lutti,
;ider trou- unit space covered 10 per cent.
iding tins No. 1. CroHcent Olty-O M Now hold. O VSurnuux Size 2\ x 4x8. Pretty red in
K IJoinon; John U .BunerH, clerk.
I: end yourdollar color. See me before
No. >, Frultland-M Angler, JolinnonTuekor,1 you
O Molner:. \j M; rlCaunuy, olaik.No. I purchase, or I will send you ..
H, Nm..lllle-J O pnrinonter, Joe Jolnr -
WmUalai; JitXlalo alnrk. samples application. ...
No., W'loka.-W' A Klrklnnil R B MeLuo Bricks are side cut and
___ ".lIltarIQIIi. - towul US4UIS f *-.-.- 'near future.; V -size-bottles-- are B....or 1__.._ weeK If It lives. Think of having No.Ii,Clomo-1> B I)MPn. >nt rry, clerkj. W H
f tor the' proper treatment his Job your stomach that eats all sold by all good druggets, Don't Dlllke Pryor H "''l'orrl. D B Hnybon. C L. S. KILL1NGSWORTH -4;
.ragII: intidlual, and aurg.oa. oI.U. nourishment. Nine tenths make tho mistake of any mistake but remember the name No. .. Pomona.-J W Tucker J P Benwnt :
I *... qui..' mended by Some people Kilmer's Swamp-Root clurk.
app.lanattH, trained mirs have worms may be yours Swamp-Root Dr. Olllo Alvun; Pratt Burry
!'.....Tonua rtpoolnl on Application.attention glvon JSo. to 4H press opinion.The that It has not by giv thinking they are sure just because and the address, Binghamtou, N. Y., on No.T, "nhuma.-F V Owumus, Thoe. Baker Hastings, Fla. I
tfltyton.i, Fla. '. Cream Vermlfuglt u- tbey are slow.-Fuck. every bottle. B'" Muuritw; Win ltalieyclerk.No.
A. HLUCK ami R. JlAWIIJ.t'bnlcl..n.lo ___ R. Sun Mnteo- .R Tllrno..T J Wright,
and Is a tonic for the n UU* Iljtlr.imf T A UrOHOV.IMtirk.. ::
: Obarge. Friday 25 cents. Sold .by Aolcer- o.9.ny'P; ;' I tkn-:J O I loll 1(1. '
This Is said Drug do. f"RENG"MARKET Ituiinnli J U Plilllpn! J U irnuim, .. .I"IIU'\\ A. MAIN B. 8. M.J I Ii
May day No. 10, Orange' oin\ nancy .
011 want a Cool Drink oldest form un excellent foot< AtkluHim. ; U 11 ) ,.;' fl'
and muscle No.II. Pnlatka Holulitn-O II Draughting, Machine
contain nerve
p ur dealer for Saturday I ( A Hiuiclx, J O Kins, ; K M Hurt,olurk.. .
heat nod waste, but Drawing Etc.
I / \\I Day Map ,
Wnrtl 1
No. :
tied Soda and 8d, the bad for the liver a, MorrIs I Uinion) J V'W'I'oI.r..O;; : :; : I

[ ,nr Florida No, Ill, Wnril 5, Pelntka-A. O Phillip., HPuternaneliriii Palatk.a, P"la. ,
i FATHER Wmlvora, It A Variuii.No. ,
the ally In .' l'alntkut-IT Brown, f A
y II, Ward 5 "
H. A. to a sad. one If he has to Bonr,clerk t Hum tinier, H K K a te>. Notice of Application for Tax DeAd
[City Bottling Works. Mrs every night with a crying !.eaSOFt -ma stme Wnr 4, Pnlntkn-J A Oralnucr, Joe Notion U hereby given that John ,
the :' .. ..'. Baby Elixir will mae p g..Jrr.; H V Snow| A B Ciuiova,chirk.. Q. Tllghman. purchaser of tax certificate -

-Cool, Refreshing, and ,_soothe its nerves In. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE. No. HI Int>rlnclu, 'n-J I Wlmberly. John No. 160 dated the) 6th day of ',
their ,. normal slumber. Best jHtrlcklnml.W K Woods; Jo. K Matchett., July A. D. 1903) baa filed said certificate ". -
8.tin You can get it of l bowels and sour stomach uliirk. Thoirtoumluuo In my o loe, and baa made application .
If not send ohelle, N. bablea need It. Pleasant $100 In Gold-$100? No.1T. Monroe, IT A Wnllnoe.MIIID: W W A Johnnon.Hobo.. ,olerk. for tax deed to Issue In accordance V ,

grocer. tofore have and safe, contains no No. 1$. Molroiie-tohii Prloo F F Jerkin., with law. Said eertlHoate embrace .

> us. life of tbe Everyone who sends us in a list of English( words made up of M A FowlurJo. Huniontreo. chirk. the following described property \.
the 50 cents per bottle. No. ill, l1.nndln-o.Tucker Allen Brant- situated la Putnam county, Florid., twit -
: SCHOOP, Prop. and .. Drug Oo any or all, of the letters in l I"y, MurHlml' aoIsiiirj7 B Lane clerk. : "
_ home Is No.5). BaonervIIleW33t: A Wllllnmii cloTh W J Lot 7 E. of river section 36, township 'J
F,; Palatka, Florida. friends. -And soyoa were "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE"will Bryan, Anron Varne.l; 1C B Conway, 10. range 36-16 wires. ;
D ,
Bontwlok WOllMon RegIster
Uow must No. 91,
country you clerk. The said land being[ assessed at the
Master L O Wlllliiin; I>f Hancock
Tax Notice. the.gams of biding In tbe receive a present. The one sending; in the (greatest I lUt No. n. P'rancl.-W M tannon JowiphHmlth date of the Issuance of such oertlfloato
Miller you were a boy. Mr. Pbar- of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun- Mnrrlnii rlmlth l K If Hrownlnii.clk.No. In the name. Mrs. Susan. Beach. Unless V
I be at the named be- for .an.., wnni B, 1.I..tkl1-Th. Hol place* month cannot I en. said certificate according
no I soy dreds of other valuable presents will be given free to contest W Pearce; J I. KAnkln, clerk. '
tbe purpose otauuessiflglsZvsAprU : they will much. You see. my father Wnrd < -J 'D Je ants. J.oi \\ht:: ,. the a.Id day ot May, ADI UH. '
Hth to surd "Orandma" and all I did was to I', J K Ambroiw. V on

.. ... . .27th and yell. For list of presents and particulars regard. No: ,Vt:Wnnl T, Peleika-.f K (losa, clerk vl : \%1'Drim my .oNlolal signature and neat
year Cluuxiii B>iil . . .,28thI
?. ing ask or write to
the contest PMefx ntlonM BTan- JOSEPH PRICE.
your grocer, M,Holllnten Heal
have costive No. ( )
I Mill. .. . . aothI ( !> been ncr, JIM M vheitMjr: J M KMII.". clerk Clerk circuit eonrt. Putnam county, Fla.By .
I Point .. . ... . DOth They also .. .Regulets gave lust the CONTKCT Dr.PAHTM.INT NovHT, Flornhomo A T.utitpklnH. G IDVlnnou U. 1U YMOItJ) PBIOB. U. C. .
) They.ot mildly and .
f- fBrJit.ABD. Tax Asiss.or..iberlajn's of tbelr A W Tucker. ; M It Tuhbo, clerk V
looking bowels. perfectly. NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO.. LTD. ".J. FBARNSIDE,
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are Krause, 808 Walnut ATS.. I f Chairman bent. mix.Coin. May Manton Pattern lOo t.oh.'
Cough Remedy time .- -V (NEW ORLEANS -1 J J. N. BLA.CWI 0 kWoretaty .y mail I9: .. 1K. B.KT. Palatka

.,Crap and WhSoploj Cough. middle w..

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Entered at tile Palatka postoffloe Editor of PALATKA. NEWS: : :C :: : : c: ) =::: C ;

a* mailable matter of the second Looking over your paper last week IMPROVEMENTS.Congressm&n The Winning Candidate for FOB BBPRKSEXTATIVB LBSOI8LATCRB

olass. ______ I was struck with the large cumber To tho Domocrntlo' Voters of Putnam County: I w. A. Merryday Co. I'I'I
Pibllshed of men In this county willing and the United States I bayS. (lopltlod/ to booomq a onuillduta forRoprerontnlivo I
at Palatka. Fla., on In file atom .oKI.I"tll" al the I
anxious to sacrifice flare and fortune Senate. .. -
Fridays byRUSSELL. Frank Clark' "
for the benefit of the dear (V) people. xira e le' yocnxu garL ) f olamoJll w'Iatih\ ,-

A VICKERS. Can. .a better way be round, or U the Work for Deep Water is lolly.: :carry out trust ruasa.) ,' il tuum'N.Pnlstlul Dcalitra in

present method of geMlug the right Well Under 1 I If 11101I.To J.
Way. PtibruarySOth?
If- w.. A. RUSSBLL. Edll.r man for the right oflica, the bust. Domoonulo Volant of Ptitnain County.

.. .. -. -. In this state It Is not so much n The News cheerfully wives place I httruhv the finnniinco mysolf a cnmlldiite, forn"pre.ftnl..II..ln I Crate Material
MR. WALL ON PENSIONS.The question of measures but of mtm to tho following letter from Hon the LiwlHlittura, for nomination I
who will Frank Clark, tile lit tlio prlmnry aluutlun to tw hold on MnyItfih
honestly and cheerfully energetic congress104u f ity't fdltliriilUUulKirHtlOr ,
Itf I N If Vifctod jmimlHo
News has not given much perform the routine duties of thunlltun from this district. The letter thfMlllll.. of/ tlllN 011I... of all Kinds.

pace lately to John P. Wall of Putnam to which the people elect them. Khows that Mr. Clark has not boon p Vary rosjiootfully.W.S.XllllDI.CTOM.' :' II
Hall. Who more competent to select their Idle nor unmindful of the no>!nls of

There public servants than the people, but this Sect Ion, and that he Is working To ttit: Pomoorntlo) bo a :. .?;dale: Iii I'niiium tho: H.pron| CotintytiBhnl are several In
reasons, none of how can they du this under the the one Intelligent way to bring for Ko|,r nontitlve' In tho htiKlHlaturo, Fruit and I I II
rye! which are Important for purposes of present system? 'All popular' gor about the much needed. Improven ; and will ureailj npprnoliitft Iho sii)>|iurt of nty
this article. ernment Is by from, and through t ga follow nontoc',,'.. elected to tlilK high rortpoiirilblllLv I -..
But Just now Mr. Wall 11 Is before the consent of the governed donor :: The following Is Mr. Clark's letter: duly', ftiltlinill.v I:\ 'Hhull'und I dniluavor to the i to l bent dlunlmrKu inturoHis:: ovary oftbln )

the "" fathers declared and made this Washington I). C., May ad, 1008. Ild 7 county' and rho, rrenewlA o1.. l'AnustT.' Vegetable"Wraps.
people < A A--aa.a *
truth, tbe .cornerstone of the oonatluxxrethe.aer- Hon. W. A. Russell
candidate to ---' -- --.-- Editor of the News To the DomocnUM. of the lbnudyi I
: ... 1 nniiumiue my candiulAoy for ronomlnaUotiam
As prelim v -.u..U mumlMtr of tlia LaKlHlatiira inbjout to Ihonnoaololnil
; 08nlO".I. lrlmrtrvand n.k the j t
ment of his a..p..ra.jIojJ..m, frhmdx At the lo tNlHitva"
Ul I
day of Feb 5- ...5 _._

be publish

which hecontlngencl ::1

Palaika, Florida. 1

pie asking to "t' "" . -I,'r t 1 .
'This pia ... ,I' t' r _t. -.1 '
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a- planks, all ...I e f'.0. d' "
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ton of th ,
.( :, .. r FOR TAX A8HBHHOR.ItaniorrnU --=
platitudestwaddle. FOR BOHOOL 'OOMM18SIOVEII
\ pl : of Putnnm County l t To the nnmooratlo
.. Voter or T
.'.nll" cnmllunte for "ool
'" ; why iinnuiineo I lo r'. Iil.trloi No. t. Copt
His thispensions --1- ': '. .... jlco or Tux AtWMHor of Putnnm Bounty .
.. it to tho. 1 H'morrfttlo prIinarlttB. IIit County beho0eol{lloard oandldaev from fo W01*
I have find 'in the off ".101 I '.1
1 the pxporlnncu 10 the action
ot }
.I : the tubj.
approaching |
It Is as fol fi.l1: i, '. .\" .. -- .. inx (iNH nut<>HKor to perform tit tlilH county tin duties heretoforehiihlo of the aegleet:, prlmrle idly ,

1 "Third.amend '- flnU'lllir.c'iitl.v I Hint my Intureete in then .. J. S D.A"AW.
the f. ,',\ t" .t: : ( will;\\ Fiwlp:;: mo to put forth my county To the Democreu. of Putnam County-' *'

I .., : A llHtlntf tlio property! or thu ,..
,. \ i. l
a property : '< ,,\' ; flnclng. / upon It nil emmlnnd lust vnltm- dacy mmembersof the! 3S5 "L""'
tide' end I a toll work.v I nhnlttrntortil B
and to *rt
In district No. '
1. ''
IL rep '. to my fellow cUl.tnn for their : subject to pl o-mr"lc '
.. ., mary. to uk8a y ou lo P
meetingmeeting ort. 1 inn I. nl..III".lIt." tru.tluK n your e ." "'
receive ndo 1
'. W. M. WlLLIAMi.Mtiha .
I vary truly yours, Il'J i'
April hl II\II8.( It. eau,

ohairmarwalla. 5\ t 5' 5 5t j FOB TAX OOLLKOTORtio : beroftloe County b hootnBwtnl from

I Poraooratlo I Votttra' of Putnam t trlc' No. U, RUbloct to the ICmarmuo. its 1
I : County: e ninny. If re-elected. 1 pl
clone, t liurcby nnnounce my onnntdacy rludl' eud
< '' b of Tic: collector of Futrmm Ooiinty, and disclmrge my dude fnlthrnily, ,, +art
changederau : .' ( ,,. .' ; :, ? foci"fully sat your mipport. If nom noted you for peal support, and trusting Tbannn:,
I. y; oluctci), I will Ktva my time slid boutTin receive yoiireiulonanient., dam: to'.pn:
t. whopropertJ+ \ < 'r" I \ tV \ b.. 'the faithful performance the dutborialntntf Very truly your., Lute plr.FOR ,
to the o1llco. Thanking' you for
{ -
support.' Very ....P.o JUSTICE OF TUB!: PBACl:
R "M\\LL''D.
To thl A. \ J hereby nnnounoe my

cepttoafEditor \ -' OK StTKHVlSOR OF REGISTRATION, comliiH JuetIeeof: : prlmurlp.the Pence. ,for Sib rS-nSmSSii"n"ril.: :'. *"

) \ '. : /' [honking thoiHmpluof, I'litimm County for spnotfiill, sollolc the 'ppo.1 ot h7 ends Meek
'j' IIIK mo be tlii'lr SupnrvlHor of and the penxreily In
) : r.nl''A Oo. : &SSFS. my
t' : low
If I
; n two yearn; they f'odlnR 11"0'11I xlv full
Dear'' N I I' td ,' '. 't that honor upon me the next two yuan In the duly ,k,
,. tbuuklnr
oourteo r : I V I .. ( I \, rubv promtNU to perform the duties of'that many fNxni r far paeb favor.. :.t w
chal "','' ., :.< ."". .' ;:- > co Inllrllll, and Impart oily.N.. tespeotftilly yours I IS;. I. Norm.
as .,,,, dr { ,
'. '1. T KRL.AH
linpreslwould', "i ,., ,' '' ," 't i4ts, ;: : ....i rYY' .: I eialka "In, !'.b.23th 190M. r,, .
tid'Arfikl '.! ', ', aatmaLslr: __.::
: ? a: .
;: .' .. / 1 will bo n tMindlilnte for EUipfrvltior of .
reader _/ ,' I i{. .. j r''radon In the approaching" iJitmnumt
.. '
: .,,:. .,, '. \ pi'lntnrluHniul I ruipuutfniiv' Hnllott I tliopport =
r made l .,'j1A.A. "'"" ( :: : of nil. W. Ik. Dlttrroa.Volt DeliciousBon
,1' r
positlo '
,>?: I 1
'r <
( iJ..1 rt'a COUNTY rOMMISRIONEIl.rathe .
that.I t [
$1,000. I .. ) i t.\' ,: I DemocrotloVotoraof the first Commit = Bons'Chocolates

; e 1 ; .i'fvaR ; ;' .. / chillier DUirlut, ;
speectaraout rarr'"t I 1 tmK, to announce mytolf a cnn .,... .. "Ff;'; < : I''J aunt, CommURlouor and respectfully auk and
1..ld. our anppnrt .
<: .'1; .1 IAut. McN. BAUD.
'( "> .
'I ualif 7: '
: .
.-1i, ", .. ow"I. Fill.. Feb.7tab.' IWt
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pee > t'I ,1'" >,, ; I'. tht- 11o'lIIoo'nllo, Voter of the
.. :, ': ,r First Com All
I had 'b' : ij Home-Made"
r -: ",1..III..rh'I, I i Candies
a: I used '5 :, '," 'i }; ,, 10b'rhnele of 11011. .I. If, harp of Oro.ront
the ,,' .nt his aside" to tlm Ik'morate of
( Something
pi new added
I II ; ,thin dl..rI..t for U..III 01 I'olln.y Omnnd.Il.nr ..
ert.vwas q I 'tt '. : ,.J :. rk tad' 'regx'vtfu' lly aloe" you 10 support day.
o / I hllll In tiro coming' 1""IUII' lit,. IIl1'p 010- every
otherTin ," .. I ? {:''"J' [,chord' to iH'coiiitinc'HiKlldHle' lit the dine of

fv, :;. '.,' I' '' ,.:' ''making"ho.rollll"llhlllll'I""oc'. pomonal CIIIIVUM, 'fur ho the would otlloe' serve, but L. A. SMITH,

east mere(; .)',;.. :", \, .yfIki.i .. \ nil the hilly people' .0 to Ids to ullllOrt the Mat and of mile maku ability.him ouruuullneu Let M Lemon St.. Palatka.
;< ; .._ "iI"'J .
prop' '\ \ ,... S S4' "!>11i. ...-.r E iIIIII..IIl
was 'If.' ';' -if' .. :. :.. To tlio Iiptnoi-ratlc" Voter of UommlsBlon- N i
This ., ors DlNtrlrt No. 11
.. .f '.t ,, ',," I will bo a 1'iindldiite for ro-nomlniitlon to
upor 1"I." I. the ollli'f of Oniinty CoinmlflNloiu't' from U. Lop.a BAILCT J. Watt,. Biuiui I
: ,: .
you ., 1 DlMtrli-tNo. 1. and wilt betliaiikful for your President II
' Buoy and Trw !
Ian / per; ; : !; r I HUpport. L. U. B1BFI1KMS.To "" .
TI ', U ,1 i the Dwmoerutlo Voters of UommlaalonorllHtrlrt The G. /
+ ,. No tl Loper Bailey
'Va'hie Ij I innucaddldiituforthe oulco of County I
1 ." I ,'"" : Con.mUHlonur from title, thu Hocond ln.. .
j trlt't: 'I and will granny; iipprflcInU your aup- Fire Insurance: t.1
Idescen! .' i'.1 \ i .. port In the coming, uumuc ratio prlitinry.Pnlutkn .
i U. 3t Mou
't v J' '. M.". 1 isth. lee\ Leading American f
"i o and Fore &J
JB '" ",' ity5 To the j *mocrntlc Voters of Commission
1' ,', ere Mull-let No. 81'
nottw. yt., r
I hereby nniiouuceinyaolf nn .a cnndlduto Companies
t : for Int otttue of county coininlHtiloner for
4 "y J siilrtdlMtrlct, ttuljjmttothe approve, ) of the
gu 1 Demofratlu' votvriiit this Accident Insurance
,: ,primary olectlon :
< I.. Miiy itttii.jww.' KiroKNiu; : ; TAOY..

pll. I t{ d To Putnnm Country bfltnocrntat The Travelers of Hartfn.1
niiiiouiH-einy ciuuilUiioy' for
: rookutlon -
to 1 .,,;1t; : .. i. UN n mtMiilwr of tho Bonrd of Uoun
\ .*"" W' ';", ty OoinmlMNlonur from Dlstrlct l >'o. B. aub-
A. to t to'o't Srr };t'f,," '. mr nhe Del to the nullon, of t lh prhniiry. If elected l Life Insurance:
s '''1'1. -.1) vj. ':.!ht' I ulll uon limit) to perform the duties of the
r, olllc.lo the lHHt
ram hes very my ability.
1..1, Very rusiwutfully." H. T. HOX.AHO. The Old Reliable "Germani |
t ''- To the Domourntlo Voters of
/ the Fourtb
r Ootnmlrittlont'rn' Dlxtrluti' Life" of New York
F O I hag to nitiuiunve niyRi'lf. candlilnttt for

a 'onntyCommmsslmmrhull, renpeotfully .ollrtt -
your a tip port, proudxingnithfu'
b vice In ... ( aer- Marine
return. Very .''''cUully. I. Insurance:
101ftInll- M. HOIIAMNON.

t .. thin ted To the Demorratlo Voter. of the Fifth CoramlMHlonar I
t '' .' .... ;\" .., '.1'. ,.5: ',. ""'. --. for will by a Dlairlctt cundldiite. tha cornlnff primary Leadimg CompaniesAll I
rJ i to tho
ortlce of
i ? .. r mUitlonur and "" County com-
"" f. w. "tr"II.ollcll Claims |
youmupport Promptly
nty: IlIlIhf"IIO''co'' 'In return.

..I. .II I lily dote.., nmioimco tluitT T. J. KOIIEM. Settled.
M. 1..lu.o ttiu Dumourutlo Prlomy for the

mt" nomination DlHtriot" IIf of noiulnatiul County) ComnilnMlomir nnd for Offlofl. :38 Front St., PALATU I Ia Iy
'i faithfully nnd tin ni
eonulontloiiHly at nil
Sill. do my min)
oleo Iwhalf of our duty fiHU intMiibcr' of the board lu fJ IJIiI&JIcllJlIgtl; : : : 1c:1t:1raJ"JJ: : : : :II:
county at lnrKe
)I .- I." .1'0 ate qua wrrf: ; all vote my In follow the:: primary.litmourai: who are .

1 I .1uf To the Very rOHpuut') fully, J. 1x. "WrM. Let us know yourGrocery
Voters of the
\ I'ummlHHloiiHr DlNtrk'tt... Fourth
\ I havodtu-ldiMl
iM'c-omo a
ruuluutlon to tlutotHue candidate for
r the of County
for |
1'1'0" Fourth 111.1'1., end will
Kivntly nppruplate
e'I I port In the' coming yournHHhttancu prim' and sup
; try
I I II Yours, rt iwctfullir.T.. OIKKH. I

I 1.r : '\\ > urtilention nn To At I the:tilt Democratic:Dhttrlct;: N'n Voters, 61 of County Commis I, Wants

solicitation of many friends I trerebf. u
I .L Hnnoaiivemyn<
Ih. If mlHnloiier III IHnlrlct jUspandldttt0 Mo. 0. for County Com u and we will be planted to

I receive art 'Pr !t ho belt .Intereiu It elected of 'tha subjovt will endeavor the Democratleprlmnry. to, !:I furnish you with the Wa I
'mink the other county. If you
sty. aim. follow ,lithe boat man vote for goods obtainable at eurprieingly
rU"oa [ Iiiterlaahen.. Fla. J. THAHKB. u.
i Muroh 23,1518. [E it{ I low pricei.g .

w Wall Buds himself by' reason .... ...f .. _, None bat; Firet-claae !gooJi!

advocacy of a plan for the humiliation pointed; dldl\t..s."na? !"!> .-.... .*_ find shelf room here. We

of the men who are wearing the the start right now In old Putnmn Ayer' nonalcoholic'ars.perilla want to oonvinceyouof thin w
Cross of Honor. for. free vote a fair count eqiml .
Confederate rights to nil and special privileges to ask your doctor. Consult :3 s eo come and see for yourself

FOR PRIMARY REFORM. let none.him If tell any It.man What has a the better country plan him often. Keep in close g f or, phone "your order ill tog

t In another column of this paper ueedsl permanent relief fminthefeiir couch with him.A CANDIDATE r I No. 84 and it will receive
or who lie being\ elected. The business -
.. there w 11be\ found an article 011'' of the country Is paralyzed b..- w. p".I1. our lemWY v:I prompt and careful attention. '

"primary reform" that Is worthy the i cause' of thin fear. and because pro hem W. bon'.h our' .aetctoeeWeunreyouto.'.feehiel.'s D .

careful of citizen.It fessional politicians have played on : FOR
reading every the prejudices of the iiinsses on the ........roar E Free delivery.
Is from the pen of a modest, ........
one hand and the fears of capital oil "'
ll, Mich-minded citizen of this couuty
who Is not a politician nor for aught the other. The professionalmust pollMtlciau Ask your doctor to name some of the I
go. There Is no for UNITED u L.
wn know the son of one. him In the precinct plan place because results of constipation. His long list will Stephens

Hut he is a business man and.a farmer unless he can get the endorsement of begin with sick-headsche.bid biliousness, I stand for law and order. I stand loA -
dyspepsia blood
and one of a vast array or voters skin. Then for itn economical u
his own precinct he Is "down and ask him if he would administration In i Grocer
who have grown weary of the constant out." He can be neither candidate using Ayer's Pills your all the Dittoes that the people have to STATES 9
turmoil that attends our present glvn.

eo-ealLed primary system of selecting nor How delegate.many of our most able politicians _.llade.br. .mew. O.y.e Ce.. leweU.' MM I believe in standing by honest :, ,, Kirby and Morrla Streets

part nominees. do you known who cannot convictions which should always be : y U
Our correspondent would have the Cocoanut pearls are : the result Palatka Florida.
carry his own precinct or county? this rarely seen In of careful investigation. : SENATOR | ,
primary system constructed In such Thl letter la already too long, but country. They are found only In : Vote for me and 1 pledge myself to w

r' a way as to mAke good the n"m.-a much more could be said. The main the cocoanut trees grown In the Philippines each and every voter to faithfully ,I aqrB fJ60eaeasd
system In which the people would In and, like the discharge R 00 C1 a GMO E
Idea Is all that has been attemptedand oyster pearls are the duty. : -
very fact takethe Initiative. His that Is, that to purify .a stream result of tile trees being/ ; out of health. Vote for me and you shall not have --
plan Is to make the ofHoe IAAk the must at the They are cause to believe that
you begin source. never larger your confidence I
man and not the man the office as but a than a pea, has been misplaced. *.* i DUNCAN European Restaurant
under the present system. ONID OF THE PEOPLE. cocoanut pearl of Wet size Is : U.F
worth .ETCW
from $200 .
His plan be perfect but It '5' a- to $400. Catarrh ER w
mar.not Cannot Bo Cured.with Furnished Ruoop1l.
the foundation :
at least Between Itia sir" of fifteen and fort7-flv,
Idea upon which a perfect system the time when womanhood betclnt and mother Silver Aluminum Jelly Moulds Free LOCAL: APPtlOATIOHS.: aa they cannnl Stands Hot and Cold Bath'
could easily be evolved.The bood end. hi. HHtlniutatl" thai the aiucrevatatorm ass .VM.u'S.Bs. a-fis: Caterrh Ise for These
thing our correspondent of woman'. suaering U, Wnyean. Ten Individually molded dciiprtu mire now con- must take In.order 10 I Principles :
one Control
yar out of thirty! partof .iHrtHl the proper tlilnn. Tim sar-.ttcJa! rtB ol At
tnoiil lM .
had In mind was to Induce the people a woman's Ufa auarlOJHiill' Think of lhaennrmouit lmr to cot 011..101. thn large ere le .k n Carriers
oltlM, by
hut "" <11..y Commerce
v to think along thle 1101.. He- knows tool of tlm t hut time lit not all UM<*rnof JKLL-O! The Dainty IVfrnnrt. onn 11.11'O.'h on lure">e blood cod mucous .ut"" ,.! Cornmieafoa. Interstate a diaries KupperbuscalPalatka '
M thab IA loit. Thoha of .. I. not s quack Ferors
year eiifferlntc meal them .
the pet AhNolittnly' f.* CJlroiilnr in It ,. mOIl'"ln. Income
discuss ears
will T.
if the preaobl by nf .
7 that people the blnom from the ., the brlKhtneM pnekene expliilnUi mid 111"." ,, one the beat PhY-lo'an .
subject -take an Interest In It-the from the ..,... th. falrneiM from the form. ,* pAttrnM. JEI.L-O "In old"nil All the riifront In 'h'.ount.y, toe ,.... and I.. regnlarpre.' StaxU for Tarfd
They write. their record In many 0....... andwrinkle. it lit hy good sonpttoe It is compa oi, of the beet tlcrlalou and
are they will demand aplin Krot'prn per pnoknRR. Do: not known, I arom. Florida Awn '
chances accept ft romhlned "
with Farman .
What boon then the beet blood 10
a to woman. I. Dr
.ubdUuCe 0' will be purlOor., ; and
you airappolnted. ..
by which the primary will become IMflroB'a favorite Prenerlptlnn. It promote rnt role mono,, eerie,,. The Dub on EArptlan Fralt Grower*.
the people's rather than the candl-. rwicnlarlly. drlM undebllltatln" drain' parfmlt comb n rt fns Iwo haredlene :, i Govarvmant CoUon rorc.'o'"
whet To l
Erfeot I
Pod..o" Huwlnoss )Ieu.
wwknom.0.1 A wond".ful
female .p..lffflr .
Initiative.Tbe uleeratlon enrel puln-Dr. Thorn**' reauha I. OU" Approprtallna
dates commend' rh. article to eMlalillHhee the dntlnate womanly organ In I Kl.ofrlo Oil, vtronfr"it, oh8"11..t llnl lug Oatartli send for le.uu,00msls ire.. taUaa nirara Had fog Harbor. Men, and Others
News and health. No nth F. J. .
vigorous permanent r
the thourfbtlul consideration of democrat medicine ..n do for woman what .ladODab/ : meat ever d..TU..d. A household Bohl by tiro il:::':.&U 00. Tolo l>,. flvros's faforlte Praiorlptlon. remedy In America for 85 I Hall-l Favor Ilo.oppll.
*. ;yean family Pills are the Mss. Csirrvaer Halerna Ford on Front street mod alii p_
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_uI u--- [Crescent City News 1 ZZXSCSZXSXXX]

[I Come to us -- WASTING STRENGTH Laces White Goods

for your Weather Report. E. H. Williams of the big Williams

Win. Mae grove la now shipping his crop Any woman wanting the newest, should see whatwe
Sringirden :' ;n lit O1t', lee,"imp| r*"".* for the wook lor *ro.InO..a "*. of "June bloom" oranges, the beat Women who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable; offer.

, B"1' > ...m. p. m. Op. m. S4 hn 24 h" appearing of which he I. shipping to painful weakening female complaints will find that We do not cater to cheap trade. Every selection is
: all Saturday.. ... 711 V3 711 ta 7a the New York market. :Mr. Williams .

Seed 20.;!J. SuiKlBy.Monday........ VU Hi H mH! 10 tNX> mi M 67H 7JJ. ', states that the returns so far Wine of Cardul Is a safe and pleasaht remedy for all a. gom. Let us show them to you Tho weather I is

24. luoyuay... .. '18 77 7ll 77H B7HeilnoiJuy. .
W. .. 7014 81 74 M BTso received have been very satisfactory. just right for what we offer.
all the delicate inflamed
their ills. It acts
1,1' ihunday 70 lift on ea U a Hie total shipments of this variety directly upon ,

!biew Stack, LMVlda'.o 10% no 71 01 will approximate: 1,000 boxea, the tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging The C. H. Preston Co.CreFi:S fty;: '

B D. WILLIAMS. Olusrvar majority of which will\ have beon

fllas Just matter and relieving female disorders such'as irregular,
----------- ------ forwarded by the end of the present

."""" "" week. :JCr.In'lt1.r.ll'JDQIJI: ; =JC.II'D2'rrr.r.I'U
([Arrived.Stationery; scanty profuse painful catamenia, prolapse etc.
Louis L. Nowsom, formerly of thin. .-- -.---- .
I 4t Personal and Social. "
backache dizziness
Also relieves headache
: $ place but for the past eight years a ,

I and Toilet .""' '''' '''''''I the resident of LaGlorla, .Cuba sends cramps dragging pains, nervousness irritability, etc. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

Lloyd Preston visited Jacksonvilleone News a cheerful letter, together
If need advice write us a letter telling us all
1 Articles. day lest weak. with the little local paper from his you LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14, 1008

I Mm.. Mary Soott Miller spent a few the colony way and of which Information contains much lit your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain No. 99 No. :29 MAIN LINE No. 7& N0.9S
; days lu Jacksonville this week the _Dally_ DallyT5b Dally Dally
prosperity of the place Lo- sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.,
am" Lv..JuiCnyiiI..At 79> sift am
snd's Drug Store guest of Mrs. Jno. O. Chrl topher. Gloria eeems to be getting along AlOpluBJ PBIBlftpra 108a im Ar.::::::::: n. A' .\ln ...==;.L I >pmH um 7 no am .
The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga Tenn. 752671 maim Ly..E... PSt.ti..Lv SOIpraSApin fa am
Mr. W. }l. left
Bunker last week very nicely now and Its people arehappy el p. 123 pin ..._...._... _._._.,. 44*. am490am
Fla. for her home In Massachusetts after and ISHpm220pm Lv..Daytona..L, But pm .
Orescent City, reasonably .
prosperous. 1010pmliispn 6myru..L 190pm114pm 8 Mam
1> a pleasant stay of Reveral week at Mr. New on has Just made a second 890pm:: t'i:::: tl. ...::.:::::::::.L: ii a 'I
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES"I 13 roii 4 U pm Ly..Cooo..L. 12 92 pm 1 n am .
..:JIII'I'IIIJIIII111'IIIIIiI'\llJlC.3r.JII&'' '\ Grove Hall. trip to Havana, as a delegate representing 1204 an upm by.............Roakle4g.Lv. lIMp" 168..m
.............. 114am108am
12 to am 11 110 pm Kan (U.III..I. 11 M am
Ernest Ron'Is spent food part of the fruit and vegetable grow 12 40 an oopm '..._........Hol>jrmme_.......J.v 114t am .
last week In Pal atka. where his ers of his colony. He had an exhibit 2 Man 7 00 pm004pm ............... !. Pleree..I., vu am 1116pmtMpm .
5 Ac..WstIaimi3eeI.Lv 7M
oo an am
ITunch engine was. thoroughly over- at the agricultural fair, (lot WROTE YOU WINE e Man 10 4a pin Lv.._......Ft.L.Ilc1ectl.I..L. 5 HI amA 711pmSWpm .
785 anHO >1<> pra Ar..... ....._,.MIanS..L oo am
hauled. which ThesLuoha of Havana aaya 00 an .,IJO am Ly......*............ Miami ............._"A.. 01110 pm oopm1200pm .
for 1 for ndvlc, and by F.m'lo"frou! and. CARD U I moo ant'OOpn .10 60 am Ar..llommt.ad....... ....Lv .210 pm
are headquarters Frank Long sells toe cream every "Many! Americana are- among the taking. ..dul." my l.., ........................Ar..Knl.hKey lck.------Lv.iooo am
exhibitor In fact, the Americans wr curd. -Mr* R.b.W llsc 0 F '
and [ gktnrduy at hla tore on west Central are going after the prizes for fruits Uvaca,AU. JU oD.llyec.epISunday.: $Cendayi and Thurtdayt only. tTueidaytanrtEaat Batnod.,.only. ,
Peas i
ed avenue, and the demand U a and vegetables. L. L. New om. of .. _ PAL AT K A BRANCH .
growing one. La Gloria, who carried oil so many Leave Arrive,

lanuts. [ j A moving picture show came hdte la premium. here again* at! ,the and Horticultural he Is making Fair a Palatka TO PALATKA Palatka PalatkaBM EAST PALATKA PalatkaIB .

last Friday arternoon but left next feature or hla fruits and vegetable. J1 Sib;;;;........M.No. 46 Vally.,....,.. B 80 aroHo am .,...._..No. 47 D.lly............ a amS20 .. .
I which 0 2b am ....,.No. 4s Dally._....... (0 am Ito am ...........No. 4V 1)A1ly.,.,.._.. am
ins before buying. j day. Didn't advertise hla .howand, were 'grown without the liRe )fk ( Daft am ....*NO. M D.lly._.,..... 9(5 am 11 IB ama ......_No. 8L l'aiIy._..,.. 1186 .,0
therefore didn't do business. of tertlll r.' And a view of Mr. % lieu am .....No. 68 I>nltr.% .,.....,.., 1210 pm no pm .........No. 61 I..lly.,...,._. 110pm4Mpm
(' any New ome's exhibit will allow people 4 06 pin .._.No. M Dully.........., sari proBUpro 480 pm ......._No. M Dally.,...._.. .,.
Braddock | The Misses Linda and what 06pm ...No. 1.6 DallrNo ............ pm705pm ...._..,No. 07 Dally....,_.,. 'Upm.
J. Fayaon Intelligence and energy will do 7 an pm M Dolly.............7 us pm pm .No ra Dally...... ......B M pm ..
Alice Torrey expect to leave next In Cuba. There are eleven different .
'' CIJM [ j week for Attleboro Ma,., the home of orangea, five varieties of
Crescent \ ArrHr
grapefruit, a mammoth cabbage L.ave EAST PALATKA Saves SAN MATEO TO
' of Ml.. Torrey. Miss Payaon *x- weighing IG.j) pouiida, a yam whloh 1. LJIt11c\ } EaatPalatka TO 8AN MATEO Mateo San EAST PALATKANo. Palatka20am lCa.t

poets to spend the summer there. weighs pounds, and the finest t lot # BOO am ............No, 40 DaIly..........., ana 900 am ............ Bit Dally....._...
Mr. Edwin Gilbert, who has spent of Cuba.tangerine" oranges ever grown in ii Bin pm .............No, M Dully..............etc pm t4Opn .N M Dally ........... 4OO pm

the, winter season In apartments In For W SpavinCurb No.:21Dallr No.19 No. 17Dallr MAVPORT Mo. 18Dally I No.22 No. 94Dally 1

"'.w; Dallr100pm BRANCH ...1; I iir1220pm
New Yoik city has returned for the LAKE COMO.Mr. or Splinhliiviirveivc' -- '
; H. READ, summer to her home in Georgetown, ,---0 200S pm Vt6am Ly.Jock..nYlIl..Ar a oo pm
40 pm 2 40SUpm pm 10 24 am 1..P.bloH..cb..L. 1140 am 520 pm
1000mAi' .
3onn. and Mre. Tom Carson and Miss\\ Slo a.i'.9S 248 pm 10 28 am,Lv.AInetiolioauim Lr 11 SB am DID pm
AL[ ESTATE. SUsie Carson have returned to their flu pm I 8 00 In 10 48 am ;Ar.. .... .0r..I.. lHO ,.m too pm

Fletcher Allen and family. are nowocollpylnR' homes at Uro well, Mich., Stopping No. 5 I t'4o. 1 No.S fo.4 No. BDally No., nO :

Presoent 'City, Fla. i i :: Mr. Fuller' tenement on the way at Macon, Ga, where .x Daily.:Bun I I."Daily.Bun." Orange City Branch000am ."Daily. Hun S.Daily Hun, ex Hun _lanlord_ Branch_ ex Hun 'Z
they will1 visit Mr. and Mra.\ A. K. -
cottage on Summit street recently Gable for a week will be is unsurpassed 140pm826pm I L...New 5n.yrnaAr. lIDpra; 600 pm; 800 am I.. Tltu.TllleAr. 12... pm ,

Howe property-"Cres- ] j vacated by Mr. and Mrs. (Uro. 11. greatly missed In the village They as they and relieves loaoam [.T.Lak. llolnnLrLr. LrAr .. Jail 1230 pm, 4 410 81 pm ..VOO.._.am...... Ar.. Banford__Lr... .I....-.aim...... '
I8B 10 to OraiR. City .H..HHH
Hll"-is now on the mar Llbby.W. .' are very sociable and hospltnblu, penetrates pain ana verySuickly 8 40 j pm,tn 11 ooam am .Orange City Jo I215jim 400 pm pm ........................................ ............... .

hair home always open to their .needs very little rubbing Conn.iTtlon. ....01. itt Knlvhtu Ki v Dr ok for K.r Went and H..n.

to A Sturdy, one of the aubstatilul many friends. They expect to return leave a scar or blemish. ..fy-'Tbe.. TIMID TABLES how th.tlm..Mt whlolt train mr b.."p.et.d to ....
tlcular attention /given: j jenb kZ. 1 Jewelry manufacturers of Massachusetts early: In the fall. for thrush. ply.And dsipKrt from the..v.rai tMtloniit but thnlr ftrrlvftl or dpartnr.as tea tlmtmteid .
| City property listed who tile winter tea- An antiseptic remedy It not Biiarantoml; ,nor don. th.Comp By hold iUolf ro.DOH.>lblo Tow toy dol.r
spends Mrs. Phebe Belts has returned( to fistula abscess. or ..a" nonu 'lassos .rh'nor.h.'rom. ,
e. sons at Grove Hall, returned to hla l her home at Phoenix, N. Y. It was and any for Vnpy th.1.nr.l Tl. Card Och.,lnr..rmatioa

e home lu Chartley, Mass.. last week. her first visit to the south, and she PRICE 254- 50 & |.OO :iJ T
made many friends here. who felt J.D, R""NER, A..I.tant Oea.nI P.... Alft., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .

MUsAbblJean Miller la spendingthe sorry to have her return. She Sloon'sTreahse on Hor u. CaUl,.Hogs end Poultry"Sent _-----------.--
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week in DeLand, attending the speaks of returning In the fall. free

[ I Spencer::: : cloning school exercises, and vlalting Mr. Wheeler baa returned to his Address Or Earl: S IonlBo.ton.. Has .U 6 A i.- ___n __ __ .. __..___ _____ -_-_ -- --- ------- I

her friends, the Miaaea Addle and home at Montclair, N. J. On his return -

k Dentist._ Hilda Waterman. beautiful; in the fall he will occupy his .. .. Atlantic Coast Line R. R. .
home erected.
I. I here.recently Boye WILL DC BOTH

I aldonc on Prospect: etr.et.OR'v. Tax Collector Fuller baa posted Mr. Ted Vanderbilt has returnedto POMONA NEWS. and are always getting scratches, cuts,

Florida conspicuously in different parts of hla home In N. Y. He was a sprains, brulsns bumps, burns' or scalds, e Goes EverywhereNorth

the town a Hat of tax delinquents guest at the Highland House for the' H. A. Perry Is busy preparing and DonUt neglect such things-th y' may

with the amounts due for unpaid season.A shipping; his late crop of ornnftes.; result serious It you do. Apply Bal- East and West.

[Johns River by Daylight. taxes. It l la not a long list, and party of Comoltes attended the He Is being assisted l by U. M. Webb. lards Snow Liniment and according It will relieve to directions South. I
many are hustling to pay up. i dance, held at Pomona hall, recently Vf.'B. Middleton was absent from the pain and heal the trouble. Price

each & Miller Line town a number ')f days last week on Sold Aokerraan- "
The iteamer Crescent now leave. 25o Goo and $1.00. by Consult the "Purple Folder.

here at 6:80: a. m. Instead of at 7, a. Mr. and Mra.. Howard Gates, popular political business. Stewart' Drug Co
CUCSCEXT. and well loved guests of the Russell Cramer well known In
timer formerly, and this schedule will be Highland: House, left for their homeIn packing circles here last winter "Tour husband," be hazarded, "Is an schedules and
orange detailed rates reservations -
-'-- kept up at least through the sum\ Cleveland Ohio. They drove to but who has been In south Florida Inventor For informatiojjj ,

The change was made In order Crescent Olty, with a party 01 I since the season closed was in She tossed her golden head.
j I ksonvllUanTuMdayl.Thunidays. at S:80 a. m. for Ormn Cove, to give visitors to Palalka more friends, taking the steamer for Jacksonville "Ores.oent" .. I; town this week, on his way back to "Yes," she said her red lip curling see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on .
Monday morning "some of his for home
|)r. <.Qt City and principal Way Pennsylvania.Capt. excuses coming C. BOYLSTON T. P. A. Jacksonville
time in that place. a hey will be greatly missed Potter, who has been late at night are In use all over the FRANK ,

.\. L. A. Hurlbut Is preparing to ship its they were out In their launch and John Mlddleton house country,"-New Orleans Times,Democrat -
|>.,I..yo.crescent ally on 'Wedne7S ooats dally taking parties for launch sojourning; at the .
and Monday: : at 7 a. m. his late oranges (variety known as rides and picnics. Mr Gates will all winter.. has departed for other A. W. FRITOT

rill.wbarf foot ol Lute Street. Hart's late) of which he baa from erect a bungalow this summer, and points In the state, and Portland, ,

199 700 to 800 boxea. This Is a very finely It will be ready for occupancy in the Maine later in the season. DO VOTT GET UP

wuarl loot of Lemon .tr ..t. flavored fruit and usually blug.topnotch fall. Best wishes for a safe Journey Two touring; oars passed through Diviaion'Pussenger, Jacksonville, Florida.
follow them. town last Thursday. Theywere on WITH A IAME BACK? '
-- prlcea. from F. A. YARBOIIOUGII Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast
Mr. Graham Smith of Conn., Is their way'to Pennsylvania or ,
IRK, Traffic, Manager Mr. and Mr.. J. W. Earl and Miss I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Kookledge, and as they were the Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. .

EizaShetfleid, who have spent the I Prior. She has been at Mulberry first automobiles ever in Pomona., Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Line, Palatka, FIn.

Jack ton v Hie, .!la.a /Inter In Crescent City, left last Fla, visiting heron Sydney, and on they created considerable the excitement is sure to know of the wonderful _n _ _
home especially for youngerpopulation. made by Dr.
her way stopping at Como cures
week for their home in Michigan.Mr. where she formerly resided for many J I lit Kilmer's SwampI .

B. TORREY.taker Earl waa. greatly pleased with yean." Her many friends extend B. C. MUclletou of Long Station .1 I II Root the great kid-. Our Only Place of Businessis
Its climate and people cordial welcome to her and are I l liver and bladder
our little place do In town Friday. l 1 ney
| and 'Embalmer.Jie and that he I la coming greatly pleased to sea her again. was .l remedy, at address below where we carry in stock a large supply of ,,

says School closes Friday, after a very. .11 i It is the great medt Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill, EJgera, Planers, Shingle Machines, .
Rev. Morris at the M. E. Miss Francis '
again, If possible. preached successful term taught! by t ical of the I
triumph Saws and
ot Caskets and Cofflns church Sunday a. m. of Hastings. Closing day Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery Belting .
movefl his barbershop Mobley -- 1 nineteenth century i iI
|one B. B. Harris baa street to the lit. will be celebrated with a grand plo- ,4t II' I discoveredafteryearsI Supplies. Write us what you want, we can supply you and save you .

FLOBIDA from Market A SMILB lila at Heeeher Springs, to which I of scientific research .
IT! CUT ; '
tie building'directly! north of Mra. Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish every body will be cordially welcomed II by Dr. Kilmer, the

S. B. Shaw's atore-the building for. when you're blue, bilious and out of by teacher and scholars eminent kidney and Malsby Co.

occupied by the late Mr. sorts. ,There Is a sure ourefor aU kindsof Miss Mobley will leave Monday for bladder specialist, and is wonderfully h ,
Transfer Co. merly home and will take with her the lame bock,
eat curing
City tin ahop. It la stomach and liver oompialnta-constipation successful in promptly :
Chamberlain aa ton a
and dyspepsia. Ballard's Heroine sincere\ wishes of every one uric acid catarrh of the bladder annBrlgbt' S.
ForsythSt.Atlanta .
central than his preaent pleasant summer aId her return which is the worst 41 ,
jT trains at Greece City Juno- more IB mild yet. absolutely effective In Disease
place of bualnesa and aflorda more all cases. next winter. form of kidney trouble.Dr. ._zt.

Ight train. by appointment. room. 1 rice GO cents per bottle. Improvements ure still going forward Kilmer's Swamp-Root If Is not have recommended -., ....... Ga.
8, 1!. LABBEE Manager. Sold by Aokerman.tlt wart Drug Co. at the Como-Pomona cemetery for everything but you be ---" -
Henry Hutchlneon anil her covered building to be used kidney. liver or bladder trouble it will
Mra. small
left a weather. being found Just the remedy you need. It has .. --
:MIss: Bessie A. Williams Australian Bird. for a chapel In rainy n" -
train for Asheville, N. Some Australian birds lay their1 eggs nearly completed. There is also new been tested in so many ways, in hospital and has Clerks of Democratic I
HARRIS, on Monday's wire fencing on the grounds readyto work and in private practice, Inspectors and Georgia Brick For SaleIn
C.. at which place Mra. Hutchinson In black mod ns if aware of its superior be put In place, and with the gen proved so successful. in every case that a Primaries.
Barber four or six week of absorbing beat Others and care of the special arrangement has been mode by ::
some power
remain eral clearing Full
will up desired
of this who have The followlnu InM""olo" and Clarke any quantity.
Miss Alice. neighborhood of hot vol. which Is going! on. we will which all paper hv tli. Olinlrniilinml -
select the grounds iipnolntiil
her daughter, luotlon hove I.afl in
CRESCENT CITY. visiting to be glad of our efforts not already tried It. may have n sample mwrutnry of time lkorntI.. Bjcutlvo Standard Size. Will save
Miss Williams expects to spend the canto springs whose warmth plays an to have raise reason money f)r this work. bottle sent free by mail also a book tell. l'oniiiiltti. of 'ti'oM': :; :: Hate to the brick mason's labor and .
In "Aabevllle. Important part In the hatching. The ing; more about Swamp-Root and bow to :, rv, at tbo 1'rliimry tone covered 10 cent.
Ishop and a clean satlsfao-. summer of earth The V. I. A. held Its regular 6ndoutif have kidney or bladder tron.I lest. ) space per ,
hal had mound builders collect heaps Thursday you thisgenerous N4. l.rrcwent City.-O M Nowhold.I O FSprngai' Size 2 x 4x3. Pretty red in i
Itiuve and Hair Cut guaran- A. E. Van Loon who feet monthly business meeting I ble. When writing mention reading John H Bubom, clorlc. .
much as eighteen "' K Hor im;
tf. the and leaves as In the V. I. A. rooms. and send 1 Sea before
Try me. work on afternoon offer in this your color. me you
charge of the mason and thirty feet In diameter, and In ha paper "* :No. 2, Frnltiani-M: Angler: JohiinonTinker,1
high The that was prospect I cleric.No will send :
,--- church expects to flnlahhla play address to Dr. Kilmer I O M'lzur; M RCnunvy purchase, or I you
new Baptist. In this hotbed their eggs are hatched.: been given up for the present, but & Co., Binghamton, :7 '- 't, NOI'walk-J O Parmonter Joa Jolnr I .
and and leave for his home will doubtless have some .. Jan Oule,olurk. : samples on application.
work ladles WmUiiloi
pa Private Hospital the The I
SKELETONla regular
LIVING N. Y. : '
A ,,
Jacksonville\ at the close of this oilier ford of entertainment In the and one. No, 4, W'lnk'V A Klrklnnil. B B Mo. Bricks are side cut and ,
and the final condition of any child that Future.Some fifty-cent _of swamp-Boo Luo!, \V Hnllunil; H H Bry"iitclerk. smooth.
near "
Sanitarium. -- week. He la a fine workman baa worms-If It lives. Think of having dollar size bottles are No.Oomrt-O( B Dmpnlmrry olo.kt WBPryor

.. treatmentol hla Job here l Is being highly commended something in your stomach that eats all sold by alt good druggists. Don't make II A Perry, D B Uuynou. a L. S. KILLINdSWORTH ;
": proper mistake but remember- the name J P Bonsont,
1Iti.J.lt .. W Tuekftr
:: POInon.T
and eurill I M uure.I thoae competent to express you take aa nourishment. Nine tenth people make the mistake of any No.8, '
by Kilmer's Swamp-Root Pratt Kerry,olurk.No
quiet OIllo Alvere;
_ appliances, trained nurae bablea have worms may be your. Swamp-Root Hastings Fla.
Ivon to of tbe they are sure just because N. Y., on toumn-PO, V Owens, Tins Baker,
*lng MpoolM" attuiitlon ( opinion. Be certain that I It has not by giving thinking and the address, Biughamton; 7. .
I,. Tori,,. on application. No. 48 baa. they are .Iow.-I'uck. bottle. B K MoUrnw; Wm Halley, alerk.Ha.

ve. tnrtonn Flit.: !:, I The mercury at an early Hour on It White. Cream Vermlfugo-it expels _____ .. __ __ _everv h__ _______ .M.Him Mnteo B.RTu.npr.TJ Wright
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*. .n.lB. lat went to 61. all worms and Is a tonic for the W IT ltoguroJACtu.IiY.Clerk.<' | '-
Pliyilaiane. In lbarge. Friday Tula II said morning.to have been the coole.tMay the baby man-gtegart Price 25 Drug cents Oo. Sold by AOker. FRENCHMARKET No.; V .Feet J UPhlllp"Pnlatkn-.1:: J UHaunn.clwrk.No. O Oonlri I Juliusllummii GEO. A. MAIN M B. K M. L

ever experlencHd by Hi Orange Mill"-W 11 Dandy, JohnAtkliiMin
day ,
you want a Cool Drink Purl. Friday, Green' flgx form an excellent< food U B liancy, J K Mllllcan, clerk.No.
oldest inhabitant. II Paliitka lghtii-0' H Wllllanu, FAHitndi Draughting, Machine Designs
bur dealer for Saturday and Sunday, Mny lot. 2J Dried HIT contain nerve and muscle .,J U King) it Iii Hurtclurk.No. Etc.
quit cool food end produce beat and waste but IS. Ward I.Falntka-B I Oajr N O Dnva Map Drawing,
and 8d the weather WAS they are considered bad for tbe liver. MorrlO i Lmnon J V Walton I ,clerk.No. Fla.
[tied Soda Florida and wr pa were guner- III, Warm, PI.lnlkA Phillips Pala.tlmc.a, .
for Putnrnian.clurkl. m Iveri, R A Viirnui.
evening '
] ally In evidence Ward S, l'aluitkn-M Brown. J A
No. II
>y and her daughters, Is soon turned to a sail one If he has to Buuiclttrk| Hnm; juiCer, H R bitue. Notion of Application for Tax Deed
Carll .
Works. Mr. H. A. 'Harrington walk the floor every night with a crying 1 11eear... ..a.aeec'wJ.' Ward 4, Pnlntka-J A Grainier, los Notion Is hereby given that John ,
City Bottling the Meadames Bitch baby. McOeo's Baby Elixir will mate I p"fr.;; ., U Y Snow; A 11 Oanova,olurk. 'Q. TllKhman. purchaser of tax certio

and Williams, left this week for the child well,_aoothe its nerves Induce HOW: WOULD YOU LIKE No. M, Intorlnt-liim-J I Wlmherly' John rate No. iSO dated the 6th day of
'forl-Cool, Refreshing, home at New Bo- bealthyr.normal slumber. Beet 1 Mtrlcklaml, W H Wooilst, JOB k.: Matoliett., July A. D. 1903, has Died said certificate .

rating. You can get it ofocal I their summer These ladles aa her,. for disordered bowels and sour stomach ? ultirk.No. IT, Monroe Mill -JJ W Johnson, Plies In my office and has made application
obelle.N.Y. In Gold-$100 for tax deed to Issue In accordance .
send III the social _all teething! babieS need It. Pleasantto $100 RouniUruu, V A nlluoo. W A Hobl,olerk. .
grocer. If not tofore have been IOtIV take sure and safe, contains no No in. Mnlroae-John Price F F Jerkins, with law. Bald eertinoate em.

> life of the place during the winter, harmful drug. Everyone who coda us in a list of English: words made up of M A Fowlors;Joa Hamontreo olnrk. braces the following described property .
besutlful Ij Tucker Allen Braatloy situated la Putnam county Florida. tc-
bottle Oramlln
UI.Y of their Price !J5 and 60 cents per No. B,
SCHOOP Prop. and the circle offriend. Sold by Ankorman-Stewart Drug Co any or all. of the letters in ManharHulKlari!! ; M B Lane,olurk.No. wlt:
horns Is regretted by a large .M. Bannorvlllw- A Wllllanu.clerk.No l W.JBryan Lot 7 E. of river. section 36,township i
MARKET COFFEE"will ,Aitron Verne.; HI Conway, '
OU.blnltoo-And so yoo were "FRENCH 26-16 acres. '
Palatka Florida. .. Miss 10. range
: C1.'wlpk-.T W Oilmen D Bogleter,
and Miss AhblJ an born In the country How you must LU Wllllame. I) P Hancockclttrk.No The said land being. assessed at the
Master George In the receive The one tending in the greatest list date of the l Issuance of such oertlfloata .
I during the have enjoyed tbe. game of biding a present ; n. Franclfl W M Cannon, Joapph
Tax Notice. Miller expect to leave when you were a boy. Mr. Pbarmerson of words will ba given; One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hundreds Smith, MnrrlanHmlth, ; ; K H Crowning, :ulk.No ; In the name Mrs, Susan Beach Unless) .,
Molne.IOWC, where barn Word It, Pnlatka-Thou Kolilnn, kdQruonm. :
[i b.. at the places named be- month for Des summer withiQrandflift" -Well, no, I cannot soy I enjoyed of other valuable presents will be given: free to contest >*.O W Pearce; J I. Hnnkln clerk. said certlflcate to law tax shall deed be will redeemed Issue thereon according _i
r the purpose ogss.eaeIngtaxen wilt spend the much. You lee my father No..War.iO, Palatkil-t D JolTonln.clk' .
they It very .
A .
now In her 92d ants. lhMlC l Kohl t'lilrnn. J K Ambroan.Nn.fl on tbe a Id dayot May, D UWH.Yi
14th to !snrd27fh Miller did the biding andail I did was to Job oiholal and seal
April M Comm, olork I'ovsa my stiinatiire
Want T, Pulatka' ;
t .. ... . . ;year and who la very anxious to Jump and yell. For list of presents and particular regard. Clauwin, BuilillnKton, M saucer, J B Davla. this th. 10th day of April A. D. 101)8.

1.1k .. . . .:.23thMlii. the ;young people with he*. ing contest, ask your grocer or write to No.VI, HolllntHi.-B PM L ntlonll BTan- [deal JOSEPH PRICE.
I ... .. . . :auth have wo uncles, (brother'sof "I have been somewhat aoaUvp, n..r, JIM MOhurtacr* J M Kullwy ulurk Clerk circuit court Putnam county Fla. ,
1 UOth They also. have ( but I>o*n's Reguleta !gave lust the Flornhom,1 A T.ttinpkl, fl nVlniwu
Point. . and CONTEST DCMRTMtNT No.IT, ) Vj It. UAIUOHD Pnioa, D. C. ,
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their father) at that pine results d.II.lred. They act mildly and A W Tiiukur. ; H K Tublu,clerk

F. BOLLARD, Tax._: Assessor. looking forward to" a pleasant regulate. the bowels. perfectly. NEW.ORLEANS COFFEE CO.. LTD. F J. FBARN9IDE May Manton Pattern lOo Bach.-
are Avs. chairman I> alx.Oom.
hherlain's Cough Remedy time on_their flrst visit to the great George Altoooa B., Pa.Krause 806 Walnut NEW ORLEANS _. 1-_ # 3. N. BLA.K.W_., kWoretary Dy mall 12.. 11.1'1'...ItT, P lat..a,

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I The Palatka News The ladles of the Baptlne church Mrs. L. A. Fry aud family and 1 Mr. COUNCIL ORDERS- DR. FRANK VOTER McRATS OF pnTXAM AFPIAL.Co.I .=
at To THE
desire to thank all who contributedIn and :Mrs. J. Andrew Shelley are for '
of their Daytona Beach for the summer. am in the race again tbt.lear
any way to tbe success NEW PAVIHG.A f Hardware
upper last week. There are some Royal C. Dunn. secretary of the Treasurer of of our the voters at the primary { Kennerly COil

dishes yet unclaimed. ; owners can State' Railroad Commission, and a the support the 10th of May. I feel

$ City' Happenings and $ find same at Mobley's store. candidate for Commissioner, was in Total ftf 23 Down Town grateful. on for the large vote given me -
afternoon. I of JIIA.LERIIJrHardwnre -
the city yesterday and feel proud -
The campaign meeting for the Blocks Will be Bricked. Ht the last election
$ Personal mention. $ Francis precinct will take the formof Rev. H. Dutlll, pastor of the Methodist did tho fact that they were given me
a of
a basket plcnlo and will be held at. church. IB attending Ihe district The city council certainly: freely! without the expenditure a Stoves
."' ''' '''''''''''''''''. conference at West Palm Bcaoh good trick *t its meeting on .tue..dayIIlglit. : legitimate expenses ,
Silver Lake, instead of Francis, on Pulatkan ollar, except the 17
O. L. Tucker of Grandln was a Saturday next May 16th. It will bea this week and owing to his absence and title Mint will put. What voteS I may receive at
: visitor in the city onv eUnesday.W. well attended and enjoyable affair.W. there will be no preaching service at : HIM van of Florida cities entitled.But a placeo "ppro"chlnlI'lecllon: will be unouffhr. ) Farm Implements aridGarden
; St. James next Sunday. The Sunday ::! which It In by nature > I appeal to the voters .
.: A. Pooser of St. Augustine Is B. DeWitt, n former well- school. however will meet at It will cost monev-you can'thave throughout the county for their. sup-
clerking la the Fearnnide Clothing known attorney of this city. now living the usual hour ((9:015)) lu the morning.The Improvements without money. port, but I wish to make. IIn especial' Tools.
Co's store. at Carlisle. Pa.. Is here for some church A. Usina, lien]. I. Uay and J. H. appeal to the voters In fft'Rt.k"Jft"S
of tit. Marks
weeks'stay and Is the guest of Judge ladles Yelverton comprising the street consider
sli to
Mrs. McClamrock and children of K. Noble Calhoun. Mr. D"Wltt has will Rive an Ice cream and cake social -. committee, reported In favor of pav- them received In the way of ...molu.m..nt. -
Gainesville are the guests of Mr. considerable property Interests here and sale of fancy articles Including InM' wlth'brluk a total of 23: city has .. for the past twenty years and I Fine Cutlery.Agents .
and Mrs H. A. Ford. In Mrs. Lloyd's Lemon
and has not lost his affection for aprons locks. The council adopted the sport -
Capt. Walts*M. Davis and family Palatka. He says that the stores of street store Wednesday, May 18th. of Its committee and. then added t
The sale begins at C p. in. It Is Eleventh
attractive more block-that on I for the celebrated
of Jacksonville spent Sunday in the this city are even more hospital one ,
for the benefit of tbe new
: city visiting relatives and friends. than in northern cities of similar given Street from I use and cites one or two of them fund. which th. Atlantic Coast Line Rall-
The new suits for the Palatkabssahall which he save would attract attention F. M. Jackson and daughter, MiesKnrtv way hns promised to continue to thenew m Oliver Chilled Plows.

club are on exhibition In In the I largest cities of the coun who have bean here for the depot. n
the Fearnslde Clothing Co's window. peel two months visiting their re la- The streets to b.. paved art: w

A subscriber writes aklng to know try.On Friday evening. May l'-t. a lIves. Mr..nnd Mr. E. C. Jackson Front street from Laurel to Maulon ____ Planet Jr. Implements.
4 blocks. _
the vole on county treasurer. two and Louis K. Jackson left on Mon- -
party of young people enjoyed a Ind. Third street from Laurel street. to
years ago. It was-Kennerly, 610; day for their home In Seymour ;
ride to Francis, the same being !givenIn Mocks.
McR. ., 848. honor of Miss Katie Weller. an They were accompanied by George" lbs old 0 S. & F.from d..pot-8 Laurel to Reid =:
Fourth street
Jackson who goes to spend
Mrs. Georgia; Warren and daughter ,attractive young lady of St. Pet..rsburlf. treet-8 blocks.
Miss Mildred expect to leave tomorrow who Is. the guest of her aunt, mer.' Fifth<< street from Laurel to Reid m THE
morning for a visit with relatives Mrs.. Ella V. Grooms. 'rwo double Mneak: thieves are operating: the treet-8 blocks.
the teams. conveyed the party and the northern and western part of the Fifth
, : on eastern shore of Mary. Reid street from Water to
land. route was over the new PalatkaInterlaohen city. On last Friday night, duringthe treets-4 blocks. m: Kennerly Hardware Co.
hard surface road. At absence of Kev. Wm. \VylIle the Lemon to
Eleventh street from : __
Tho K. of : ,
, P. Orchestra will !give Francis the Jolly crowd was". delightfully ( Episcopal rectory was .ntesed and H Reid streets-1 block.
grand ball at I he Armory on Wednesday -
the carried
entertained at hospitable goodly store of provisions the brick
of new
The city's
evening May 20th. An evening R. H. Brown- homeof part Palatka. Florida.
home of Mr. and Mrs. away. On Sunday night the paving will amount to about $12.000\
p of pleasure is promised all who Ing. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. Bukv was visited and a large ..>s estimated by the city engineer
attend. Mrs. E. V. Grooms and Miss Hattie apply provisions was stolen. This money Is to be derived from the i :

The Woman's Fortnightly; : Club Buky. Usury Price eldest son. of Mr. and 16,000 patlng bonds remaining; un-
song recital af. the home of Mrs. L. The Wonderland moving picture M.a.[ Allen Price of Mrlrose Is. scrlusly old.
A. Smith on Third street taut Friday theater on Lemon street next to 111 with typhoid fever at the I h.. council figures that there will Li4J4'1 J

veiling was a delightful atfalr and Ray's, Is still attracting large audi home of his parents and word was be money left after these Improvements $ a a a a 4 4"i
well attended.Mr. ences. The views shown by Mr. received here early in the week that. are made to bard surface the

and Mrs. E. M. Earnest have Kelt are the same as. those given In there was little ground upon whichto many of the more Important remaining -
to the country
., moved into the pretty cottage on theeorn..r the larger cities life like and realistic base hope of recovery. Young unpaved streets of the city. the districts.small amount My opponents going are both i The Only Complete Line
of Front and Main .streets the best that money and skill Price Is a student In John B. Stetson but
has DC Land, and came home. : Death of Bright;Young Man. honorable upright gentlemen
Mr. The management: University
, formerly occupied by and Mrs. eitn produce. both from Palntka, and I d.
Jobo T. Griffin. Installed making an additional.. separate machine departmentfor next Home I. a weeks bright.ago promising with the young fever. man He Arthur Hodge, 21 years of ago, they think are the city has. had enough no far I of Furniture and House
door, .
The regular monthly meeting of colored people. The same viewsare who has been making the most ofhis and oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. as the county offices, are concerned.I
this died last Saturday have been detained. at home durIng
of city,
Patton Anderson Chapter. U. D C. In thO'oth..r Hodge
however, as
here .
will bp held Thursday. May 14rh. at afternoon of tuberculosis. Hehad the campaign on account of serious the
of in
8:80 James o'clock Ray on at Lemon the residence street- of Mrs program theater.every There night. Is No a change performance oh..rllf.R. Lee has Kennerly Issued a,circular candidate letter for tooters Inie.been In falling/ health for soulS would sickness rather In be the defeated community, than but neglect I- i; Furnishings City.

Sundays.Hon. in which bM shows the
on all
worked But
Young Hodge formerly a sick you
The regular; monthly meeting of mounts of money paid by the ..herId machine but one, and don't think will 213-21.5-217
general shops know me you
V.7. H. Ellis, attorney !
the Home Mission Society of St. into the fine and forfeiture fund. last Christmas he had of for not bothering, I t M. R. Lemo
a visitor In the city year ago IOn think less II1H Capt. Ryan
4 of the state, was
James M. E. church will be held yesterday. Mr. Ellis who Is a candidate another with the amount drawn out. attack of pneumonia: which pro.dthe you and Interfering; with your woikat i ::
that theiIoney
11th at 8:30 o'clock circular also states
Monday May at The
for re-nointnatlon is well. starting: point of his subxiqueiiII this. busy season, ..f the year. When,
tbe borne of Mrs. DuPont. known and highly esteemed. In this. I received: from the lease and of health and final, death. ]Must\ 01 a candidate stops you at your work it e*EEEeEeEEEeEeeeee eeEeE.Ee..e-e. e e
into this fund
J. D. Teeter of Hawthorne a gentleman city. which he has frequently visitedIn convicts (toes all ; he time during. the past year he has I I.. In his Interest, not yours. Hoping
.a ;1 well-known and highly esteemed connection with hiM exalted rank I hat Mr. Howell Is notentltied to hid ..n out dour life and seemed to b.. to receive your support. I remain
for the showingof
;ry In this city and county. died as a member of the Knights of Pythias credit this fund, present though Rood the change molding his own. though subject to Yours verv truly. iY.Y.Y.YiVAY.Y Wit
'. last Mr. Teeter shaking occasional hemorrhages. FRANK McRAE.
" Saturday. was sec and he was kept busy -
retary )f the Masonic Lodge at Haw. hands with old friends. That he from a deficit under to a balance his administration has been- On Sunday:: before his death. he hue Melrose Fla., May Gin' 1001! [adv] .

tborne. will get; a generon; support from the nccnmpllshed an attack or these and was conflne

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hodge and people of this city Is conceeded. His of the office.. ..... .. for several days but the cool I
. [ r. family desire to tender their heart. administration of the office of attorney weather of last week -apparently in P latka.
N. C. Stockton. to Speak.Hon. Bargains
felt thank. to the many friends who, general has never been assailed. Jno. made him worse and he died 01
; at the time of their recent bereave John N. C. Stockton; candidate Saturday.::!
r ment. sent flowers and expressed The News has received a communication for Governor and for years on. Arthur Hodge was a most promisIng .
sympathy from Melrose denying a rumor of the most popular men in the pubic young man of Christian charuc. Silk GinghamsThe I; Farm Town Property
said to have been circulated In eye In Florida, will address the tel and high purpose and his death or ,
Hon. Duncan U. }Fletcher candidate some. sections of the county and calculated citizens of Pulatkn at the CourtHouse is a sad blow to his fond parent another < .
for United States. Senator writes to Injure the candidacy of at 8 o'clock next Monday members of the family. lie Latest in Dress Goods.A Timber Lands for Sale Lease.
that be will be present and address Dr. Frank McRne. Lack of space night. Come out and hear this dlsIngutshed was a nephew of the Messrs. L., J. = or
the voters of Putnam county next forbids our publishing the letter In Floridian. H. and W. Merryday.. beautiful line iu Shepherd .
Friday night; May 15th. on the occasion full. 'Ihe letter Is signed! by James The funeral occurred from the
of the county; candidates meet- Fennel. H. J. Fowler Allen Price. Baseball Club Benefit. Presbyterian church of which he Plaids and large

L. W. Fennel. L. Price. S. R. Jerkins class was .a member on Sunday:: afternoon Checks.
Next Tuesday night a high
ing.The O. C. Husband E. B. Perry and was largely attended by sympathizing -
people of Bnnnervllle will provide entertainment will be given at the I
a big dinner on the occasion of and F. M. Yearwood.. These neighbors men. lowell Theater. for the benefit of friends.. SOP my line of white and H. A. FORD
the deny the statement that The Interment was in Oak Hill
county campaign meeting there he Palatka baseball club. euertHtnment -
electee) for the colored
do not want him cemetery. The following joun Wash Skirts-
next Thursday, to which all I the people will be given by 10c..1tnlel1t. ;
are Invited. It will be a In. picnic. reason that It will leave them with will and nil who have attended men acted as pall bearers: Albert none prettier anywhere. ; .
Col. J. N. Hall. member of the out a doctor. They also say he vote of oruner performances of this class li, McKenzle. Albert Phillips, T. J,- c;
receive the practically solid Knight Howard Gardner, Chas
county executive committee know have of es
from 'alatka we plenty
that precinct was In the city yesterday his home precincts last and that election the vote disposes this, and of a. high order, when it Hurt and Jerome Bruce.'The Complete stock of Laces : Real Estate
he received in the ,
arranging for the affair., comes to fun making.The and Embroideries.
p of the silly story. club tins been to much exensu County Commissioners.

I. I > in fitting up the grounds buyIng At the meeting/ the board of Prices always reasonable! ;: Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
uniforms etc., the enter- county commissioner on \Vud nec-
alnment l Is given to help defray this all .
day the members were pre.Mnt.O..me
expense. The admission will be 25 Warden Tucker was allow Hattie N. Buky National Surety Companyof
and 85 cents. Remember the date- ed a salary of $15 per month for the ,

Big Skirt and Shirt Waist Tuesday evening, May 12th. next two to months write tIe: the Converse clerk was Bridge requested Palatka, Fla. New York.mmrnwmwi.

Barbecue at San Mateo.The regarding some repairs for
people of San Mateo are arranging Rica Creek bridge W. M. William Fine Dry Good...and Notlonn, =;:

; for a grand barbecue at that asked that Rodman be constituted a Liulloa' FurnUlilng ...
place on the occasion of the catnmiitn voting precinct and was told request <
Sale at EARNEST'S. meeting to be held there nest would have to come In form of peti >> '"

: Tuesday. It is expected that the tlou from voters; notary public
r hree precincts of Ban: Mateo, East bonds of J. R. Iauuder..ud:: Edward
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Palatka aud Federal Point will North were approved; bond of U.Wald E. .
unite lu this meeting and that a as justice of the peace for dls .jI..jI u a1i.'IL'lL1i.'IL I -== ?-Ltr.Ix.: Jb..a.: e
No such values before offered ac'Y
were ever you grand time will result. It is probable trlct No. 1. with Dr. U. F. Sprague

' and never get such an opportunity that a steamer will carry passengers and F. M. Fayson as sureties in sun White Dress Goods Selling at Ij PAL.ATKA.. FLORIDA.
I' you may
and San
between this
city of $500 was approved; pistol bond Drugs Chemicals Druggist Sundries i I ar
again to get desirable and stylish goods at about Mateo that day. of F. O. Leavett and J. W. Itlgdoi ,
were approved; Mrs. Bunnell an old Patents.
. half value. We bought largely and the scarcity Whooping Cough. lady. in hospital at St. Augustine aud Actual CostFor I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMPOUNOBD.
hID February our daughter had the .county charge was allowed $:liS per n paEan OABDBS SEED. Btasatt-
,. of money has left too many on our hands. whooping cough. Mr. Lane, of Hartland -- month until different arrangement Agents MMlory
"tz:; :;:
\ We have them that will make recommended fhamberlalu'n can be made lOud her case was Cash at
put a price on
i\ tough Remedy and saId it gave his placed III charge of Commissioner -
/e, them cuntomers. the best of satisfaction. We< Sultana: ; Charles Battle was allowed !
go quickly. ::.::tI'J31C IaJI.: ::iEJIID.EJIi.! -.1IE..iIII: : !. S..
he said and recommend DDl52
" found it as can a pension of $2 25 per mouth on petltlon -
We marked these goods in the first place It to anyone having chlldreu troubled of 24 citizens; C. Ii. Morrow for Miss Kate L. Lucas'Millinery ? :

C. with whooping cough." says Mrs. A. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ryan petitioned
.. about 25 per cent below what others ask for the Goes of Durand Mloh. For sale by cud was granted. a rebate of 8 DO\ on The Breakers by the Sea !

: same quality and at the present cut price we Ackarman-titeward Drug Co. taxes 12-28 for which 1907,had on grove been assessed lot 4 in 80 at. Store.I = ,

give you a Skirt or Shirt Waist at about half its Burglars at Satsuma. 'BOO: ; W. B. Newbold was granted a M SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.

their Godfrey's 8..neralator.. at Satsuma rebate of $1.00 on 25 acres In 1:1"0.12': am closing out all Piece :t:: W Will be open June under the management of I. M.JIbhc'! '
worth. See them and you will appreciate Heights was burglarized and .a large 12-27: ; the ferry rate on automobile
quantity of goods. taken last Saturday : was reduced from $1.00 to 50) cents; Goods at ACTUAL COST, so :t:: 11

value. night among which was 27 Commissioners Rogers lOud Joiner now is your time to get your :t:: The house will be conducted on a higher/ plane than everberj'
pairs of shoes clothing, underwear, were authorized to receive bids fur rt thoroughly renovated and refurnished. or w'i
Single rooms
Our $1.50 Wash Skirt (worth *2.00)) in white and all ,,'0. grading road at Urandln, the boar WHITE GOODS for the t: with or without private baths. Fine fishing and the beet lu.lbIo J

leading colors, at. . . . . . 98c that-Deputy place Sheriff with the W. E.assistance Bailey! of of all reserving bids. the right to reject any and Bummer cheap for CASH t: = lug in the world.

Deputy Uoodaon has arrested thre ONLY-no goods on credit _, SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY A TRIAL SOUCITW. .
2.00 and 2.50 valnes . . . . . $1.48 negroes, two men and a woman, aa No Campaign Articles Next at those low RATES
suspects and they are In Jail. They Week. prices. Come M |l.OO per day and upward according to location of nc|

$3.00 values. . . . . . . . $1.98 also are on track not of discovered the goods. until The In compliance with along establlshed in and get a Summer Dress :t:: SKI I::m::':JII'iJI"JJI.1F....... mJllJ"aJI'J1I.i':: _... '&...1
burglary was -and while
policy the News will not pub getting the ,
3.00 and 3.50 all Linen go at. . . . $2.48 late Sunday morning.COMFORTING. Huh In Its Issue of next Friday any; Dress purchase Hat
a also. :
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communications from candidates or .
5.00 and 6.00 values, all Linen at. . . 3.98 WORDS. their friend, bearing on the political r.ldb.'tiIr2'.J": .l'n1l"ll'r:: ;:: For
contest. in this county. The prImary "? For the BestWOOD New and Up.to'DtFurMture

$7.50 and $8 stylishly trimmed, all linen go at. $4.98An will occur on the Tuesday followlni
our next publication and there couldbe and

elegant Panama Skirt, $4.00 value at. . $2.98 Many Florida Find Them Household So. Will articles no opportunity then appearing.. for repiyto:, any House Furnishin :

Fine Lustrous Mohair and Panamas, $5 and $6 values, To have the pains and aches of a bad Gov. Broward Visits PaUtka In at very low price!

at. . . . . . . . . $3.98 back removed; to be entirely free from Oov.Broward arrived In the city the city, Go to

annoying; dangerous urinary disorder. last Sunday:! afternoon and remained '9Sh cut length
A fine Sicillian Skirt some with invisible stripe, for two three hours ,
:: very Is enough to make any kidney suffarcKrateful. or between trulim R. S. Moone

the latest, $7 values. at. . . . . $4.69 ( To tell how this great changecan at the Arlington, Hotel. During hi. send your order to
stay the governor tat out on the A 1'IIngton' '
be brought about will prove comfort street pavllllnn, where he W.V. Palutku, Florlili-
: lot of fine Shirt Waists worth up to 0 e.s Bainbridge'sNew
A big Ing words to.hundreds of Florida was surrounded by admiring friends.

will at sacrifice prices. readersA. Of course as it was Sunday the guv.ornor Wood Yard Undertaking and Embal :
$10 go had to mix a little religion $3 $3.50 $4JT ,
values throughout our O rtlnll, seaman of 419 L. St. Fen with his political talk, but It
Many other special aoola, Fla.. tells how to do It. He mighty! little. He Is after wan the I at Stanton'sFoundry PLANK'S: Chill Tonlo 'rOl'!'

% entire stock for a few days. Come and see the says: "From my experience wit United States Senatorshlp and Is de. lakes oil tinJi of womento fever, colds and lstfrppi! |
Doan's Kidney Fllla I am strongly r..o. pending oo the "great hearted'. make a world and all tned. Price 26 ct.,a bottle.'B
; great valJes.1heG! ommend them to anyone In need of a pie of Palatka to help him out. Will all druggists.nln. __. t t B
good medicine for the kidneys Kidney they? kinds of ihoes lo please them. Phone 40.iTmm2mrrtIT.
uomplalnt and backache caused me sulfcrlug .. Is our nation*)*

at Intervals for yours.: The lira Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured. Still they can all be tuited with: Burdock Bluod Bittesi ... 1 ttth'
or second attack I did not mind but {'. .tr..nlrlh'
ae I cure for It. It
"An honored citizen "Queen
time want by they grew worse and at of this town wassuffering Quality"iKoet-to aoh membranes, promo '
: times laid I could from a severe attack of dysen, varied and "
me up. hardly walk
complete u die line. digestive juices, purlflei "j
difficult tery. He told a friend If he could obtain .
nod It was a matter to straighten Guaranteed build
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, you up.
aftertooplDK, while the kidney BenretlODS We are lulling
and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he let more women .e"o rfJII
Irregular unnatural.
were FOR KENT-Two J
Doan's Kidney PIle, cured m.. From confident of being cured he having usnc with them every day because Satisfaction t"IfAI, desirably locatednew. .
_____ this remedy In the \Ve t. lie ,'"
__ personal experience I know that. this was told their Imp" '
reputation all modern
remedy can be depended upon to fulfil that I kept It In stock and lost no tim, grows every day. ToafloupMtrnns. wsih.o give particulars. apply this let-
In obtaining It. and was you j.rompi ''''Yle. wit-n you -
the made for It. promptly :
representations cured," ...,. M. J. Leach druK,I-t.f "Queen Quality"will retain iti I MOL your Oun and Locksmith -- --- .
In the New Herryday Block. For sale by all dealers.\ Price: CO cent Wolcott, Vt. For sale by; Ackerman shape longer than any other work Mftjblnt and retiring Blycl.don and .8(.wtnff. FOR UENT Neat. 7''''' ,,

'. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo New York, Stowart Drug Co. on Heights; fine l .ole agents for the United States ready made shoe Try it once. E. O. EARLS J H. 1-liCXE'

lulL, r-lPf73a9Bt W U. Tel. office. __
Remember the name-Doan's- n. ,

: Agency for Butterick Patterns. take DO othsr. AURERmth Herbert Lsmou St. PaUtka Fla. 0

This store close at 6:30 p. m., except Any skin itching Is a temper-tester l lU1::....*alwa.1 esn piesu.!: plosas. you.our u patrons em.' sod VOTE FOR
rhe more you scratch the worse I Iitches. II Ufc JUm.m6.r. Saturdays Doan's Ointment cures piles Palatka Fla Tram
ecxoms. -any skin Itching. At all -- -- Park M. ?

... drug stores.
_ _ _ _ _ < Send four the peoI
next: grocery order to A Friend to
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