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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 22, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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i NEW SEttlES VOL., XVI, NO. 2j PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY\ 22, 1908. 91. Per Year.

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HIIBURN. FOR POMONA NEWS. BROWARD LEADS INTERLACHEN ITEMS.

I Mr. and :Mr.! J. W. Edmonds were On Wednesday occurred the funeral
THE LEGISLATURE FOR UI SI SENATEBut
In Daytona Jest week on a shortpleasua of Capt. J. S. Hunter: the service, ,

trip.Mlsf.fthel. conducted by Rev. B. J. Townsend Lei

McKenzie arid Middleton Go : Smith who has been Will Go Second at the house, was brief. The G. A.
Into Primary
.... attending school at Tallahassee, ha. it. conducted the last rite at the }
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Second Primary. arrived home with Fletcher. 'grave. Capt. Hunter was bornIn, .
a New York City Jan. 18. 1827. In
4 s a.. u eto But They Win Not. B. Mon.-There Mrs W. J. Keown of DeLand It very early youth he ran away and
are Otberi.Uulow visiting; In town for a few weeks CUchrUt. and Stockton will Try Over joined the regular army being/ a

e we (flvo In table form the Mr. K. L. Kamos: of Ash ton, Fla., for Governorship.The member of the Drummer' Corps of
to vote of eitcb candidate by preuluoti. Is the guest of her pal'ent.Jr.! and primary election throughoutthe CJovornor's Island. He saw service
It allows a heavy vote In the county. Mrs. U. L. Smith state on Tuesday resulted In little In the Mexican War and the Civil
There were 1,015 vote oast for left beyond elimlnatlnir the low men and War. Through a long hard and '
Oeo. Flak Monday for Fort
designating who to the eventful life, he was always an
of the thus are enter sec
member legislature, In i
n Pierce where he will be the employ honorable
man. Just and kind hearted. -
ond contest next month.
making 628 to nominate.Col. .
necessary
of Chase & Co. the
during pine. This death came a. a shock J
Hllburn received 687. or 114 Enough la known of the race for the
more than a maJority. Hla was agreat gpple shipping season U. H. Senatorshlp:: to indicate. that Mr. Hunter having shipped his
run. Itev. \V. H. VVoodwell and Holmes Uov. Broward IH undoubtedly the good to St. James Mo., and expecting
H. A. B. McKenzie and W. S. Waldron: were In Palatka lust week, leading man with Duncan U. Fletcher to leave for that place, Wed
Middleton will fro Into the second Mr. and Mr. Dexter Wakefle'ldand ft close second. Gen. Lamar la out. nesday. Tuesday morning he arose l
primary to daoide which of them accompanies H. E. WakeBeld have arrived Beard seem to have never been in. early and when his wife saw him
,'- Mr. Hilburn to Tallaha.< home from their winter' sojourn at In Duval county Fletcher had a plurality I he wa. resting easy In his olialr-In
Bee. Cocoa. Fla., and have opened their over Broward of 1.70U votes. his last sleep. Mrs. Hunter wishes
Joseph Price' and Henry Hutohln pretty house on lake Broward for the For Governor, Albert 1V. Qllchrlst to thank the friends. who have done
son will decide the county clerkship summer. Mr., Homer Wakefleld seems to be the leading man in the what they could in sympathy for
In the June primary.J. will Join them later In the season. state, though complete ofdalal returns her In this sudden bereavement ;

E. Edmonson and a. J. KennoN Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edmonds. expect may yet put Stockton: slightly J. P. Porter, :Mrs. Porter Mrs. W.
OUR STILE ly will aleo content for the county to sail Monday by the Clyde In the lead. They will go Into the Follansbee Miss Mary Coburn Mr.
'i'' tron.urHhtp In the second primary. Line for :New York and then to N, June primary. Coburu and Mr. Eva Corthell droveto
MERCEDES' f' t l' Ail NUMBER It. U. Howell and It. Lea Kennerly: J. Pomona people alwry. regret thedale Thou. J. Appleynrd, of Lake City, Falatka on Friday! for business
tr{ will 'contesl!; for .herlll In the June for Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds to Ismakln tough showing for Compotroll..r purpose but found it quite a pleas
TOE 203 primary. leave but look forward to their return It U doubtful If he ure us well driving: borne by moonlight
iGi G. I'. Dullard fell Bliort 4 vote of In the winter. succeeds In ousting the presentoocu- Mia. Coburn remained until
having mujorlty over his three The social at Mr. N. E. Plplur's pant of the ofllce-Hon. A. 0. Groom. Monday, the !guest of her brother 8.
competitor and for thin reason will and Senator:! Park M. Trammell, of G. Coburn.
was a great proved
success very
contest with W. M. William. the Lakeland, appear. to be leading Mr.
second highest, In the second primary enjoyable as wa. predicted. Over :Kills In the race for the Attorney- The wife of Rev. T. J. Cooper ha.
twenty. lx dollars was found to be Qeneralshlp. been quite sick-though better. Dr.
In the box which will be used for
Royal. Dunn appears to be the : Warren of Pnlatka Is in attendance
the benefit of the church.
COMMISSIONER
d COUNTY It'adlnlcnndldate for the railroad Richard Lyon of Atlanta. was a
1 ''r; Ill the first district, J. H. Harp has Miss Stella Smith left Sunday for commlsslonership with Jullu. Solo:! guest of Mrs. "E. A. Brush while
82, W. U. Alvera. 58, and J.-JJo N. a visit with her brother A. W. Smith! mon second. Miss Cora Lyon of Melrose will make
Hard 40. The first two will KO into at Fort Pierce, Fla. T. Albert, Jennings, of fensaoola a more extended visit with her sister -
FI.1 ,1 the second primary. Miss Susie Flske was a guest of has defeated ExGov.Vm.. B. Jennings Bess.
_; t, VTh Sk n4- ,, a r 77,,, atYwi In the Second:: district L. O. Stephen Satsuma friends last week. for :National Commltteeman.

hall a safe majority over both E. L. Hagtn of Jacksonville was In Our table published below gives Dr. G. L. Slpprlll of Melrose war i
bI his competitor. town Monday the vote for only such state officers here several days, doing dentistrywork /
In the Third district B. T. Solano as were being contested for D. M Corthell and several

IH re-elected over W. B. Cone. Putnam Baptist Union. others.

In the Fourth district Morgan Do- WELAKA NEWS NOTES. J. L. Martin and wife were at the
hatinan has 50; W. C. Bundy, i 26! andH. The Putnam Baptist Union will Lake View several day. They to
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D 0 D. joiner with the Hard church go
.1', Joiner 3(1.( Bohannan and meet llaptlst Duuoannon, Penn. for the
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Ciipt. Win. Miller brought party summer.
second Holll.ter on Friday the 2Uth Inst.
will to the primary.
go Expecting to return here this fall.
over from Crescent City Sunday:! In
In the Fifth district J. Frtizer ha. and continue through the followingSunday.
or, T. J. ROler..70 and J. H. Wylle The Introductory sermon his gasoline launch After spending Mrs. Grace Ballou Is now occupy
76. Tha.two last will go to the second will be preached by Rev. B. F. Green several very pleasant hours they returned ing her cosy home la the west end.
READ THIS GUARANTEE primary. ,. at 11 a. in. The program for the remainder by moonlight. Those In the As Mrs Ballou la a finished dress
of the will be party were Mesdames Hunter and maker-we she has located
John H. (Ureen J. N. Bluckwell session us are glad
For by it yon have the makers' positive assurance that absolute.". -satisfaction-.;; and Laban Price have been elected follows M nth Is, Misses Luja Mae Hunter and here In our midst
will be if wear Ruby Mathls Messrs. Clifford) Hun
yours you .
members of the county school board p. m.. Temperance Hubjeoti 1) ]tire It!. R. Kid! la the
"What ter J, Paul Eugene Lounda and proud ownerof
Is the of the
BURT Be PACKARDKORRECT In their several districts without op Duty Blip- the cutest rig in town little
Miller. ,
Opt. pony
position.J. tints of Putnam and Clay. counties In"
SHAPE SHOES L. Burton In the l.t, U. I. Row- Continuing Prohibition" Rev. J F. Messrs. Hasselclon and Sanders and run- >out.

I ton In the 8th, and J. I. Wimberly In Black first speaker. caught a 200-pound) manatee In their "Orandma" Stoddard who has
..R. '. U. S. Pat. Off. # 4 the 10th, have been elected j justice Saturday, U a. m. General Subject fish net one day during the past been very poorly-though weak is
FORTMEN of the peace. -"What will be the outcome of our week. reported as being more comfortable.
Union If the of
meeting pastors our
Mr. Hilburn is Grateful.To association withhold their Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Brewster spent Townspeople and country turnedout
pat't't' support In full to hear "our Ben"
preach
Our Guarantee Friday In Pulatka.F.
their advice, their Influence ana
These snappy the Good People of Putnam on Sunday at the Congregation
ThU 1nbel to! In every "Burro.Jap "Burrojaps" fancy PrIce $4 County I their presence at our meetings," J. C Cockran spent the latter partof church. Ben has certainly galued in
,*" Korrect Shape Shoe Blucher Oxfords are I thank you, most sincerely for W. Hilton first speaker. the week here at his summer oratory and depth-also weight.A .
and atnmli.n>A runrontee that made with the populurIhe"Dllrroapa"upperwlllnol the splendid vote you gave me In the Saturday, 2. p. m. Education und home i
1 1 1 Periodicals "What and -
1 ) medium narrow "Mercedes" Burt &: Packard primary election just passed. should claim papers the periodical Dr. A. D. Williams of Jacksonville Card from Lee Kennerly. .
toe. A firm intention to render greater
leading It Is
breakthrough tefort the Oral my
was In town the first of the week
ale la worn through, spring and summer style ""Limited the most faithful and efficient service attention' of the Baptists Florida, after the Welaka Mineral To the Voters of Putnam Co.I .
Ro& U.8. Pat. Olt ,;' within the scope of my ability, S. E. Tlmmons first speaker. Water Co' business. desire to publicly express my I'I
Buy a Pair Today 1)ns' $5 to the people, realizing that my Saturday,7. p. m. Mission Subject: sincere thanks and appreciation for
In the event of"Burrojnpt" Shoe wearing contrary to thluaranteir e great victory cams from the masses "Which Is of the most Importance to E. S. Oreen and Crlll Williams the very cordial and liberal support
( the retailer front whom three ahoc were Dun n and that to them I am Accountable. us at this time. State Home or Foreign spent Friday In Palatka. given me In the first primary. rite
chard' la authorlied" to nenluca, PACKARD A FIELD iy qyYw The election I. over and there are ( Missions?'' E. D. Prevatt, first The Whist Club met. with Mr. and effort of my friends will ever be appreciated b
'II them with a new pair. Mnknr* no traces of mud on my bauds. I speaker.Sunday. and remembered. I trust to
Mrs. J. Dallow last and
BRDCKTONCN, MASS. did not utter a word either publiclyor :: 9 a. m. Sunday school Thursday Mrs. again receive the benefit of your Influence -
spent a pleasant) evening.
privately against one of subject: "Why should we as Christian very and vote In the June
my opponents primaryand
VV. A. Brewster and Mr..Jo'. C. Cock-
and have only the kindest engage In the Sunday:: schoolwork'IvenBohannonfirstspeaker anything you may do in my behalf
after winning
ran seven were
Fettling for all. I tried to make the games I-will certainly be thankful for.
the colors for
Not only theBEST race on my own merit resenting the Sunday, Ha. m.-Mission Sermon given weeks. the next two You may rest assured that in the
Insidious attacks1 made upon me by to be preached by Rev. J. C. Collum event of my election I will perform
certain corrupt fOI'oeaan'l the people of Palatka. L. E. McltAE. Clerk,) L. A. Morris continues to. make the duties of the ollloe to the very
have under everla.t- large shipments of fish from best of fearlessly
placed me some act -
Bad Attack of !
lug obligations for tbelr loyal sup Dyienbery.Cured. here to points north and west. ) and conscientiously treatingall
SH.OES when I "A a honored citizen of this town was and
alike time
r port which they gave me Mrs. L. A. Morris and children giving my entire
needed it. suffering from a severe attack of dysen and attention to the ollloe.
,
have returned from a visit to relatives -
He told friend he could obtain
tery. a
I shall not again be a candidate In Orange City.'VenUcr Again thanking you for your sup
for representative and I .make thl. a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, port In the first primary and trustIng -
timely announoemont so that any Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, he felt, to receive the same liberal treatment
but the best makes oft other good Democrat who may desire confident of being cured be having .lined f ICei>ort. at your hand lu the second I

to enter the race two years this remedy In the West. He was told i Mln.for Max for remain. Your to serve,
hence may know that so far as I am that I kept It in .took and lost no time Crnncent Olty temperature for the week end R. L. KKNNEBI.Y.
In obtaining It, and was promptly Ins mil), llKMiMay.
concerned the field will be open. May
{ MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND Ile.pectfully cured," says SI. J. Leach, druggist, of 7 a. m. I p. m. Dp. m. 24 hr. 94 hrs
yours .. .
o. Mturday.. I0 in e7 80 Deli! FOR RENT-Neat 7-room house
Wolcott, Vt. For sale Aekerman-
S. J. HILBURN, by III. Hiindny......, H4 K II>>* 0>5 HI !ro
Palatka Fin. May 2'/ 1UU8. Stowart Drug Co. II. Monday..... 70 8IIJJ 11 87 1)1U. on Heights( ; fine location ; ,!a month.
Tiiemluy. ... 14 H7 72 HI 04u. Enquire J. H. HicKKNIK: >OPKU, at
Wednesday.. 7s m" i the best lowest Dr. Ella X. Quinn is
You at ,
FURNISHINGS. osteopath
get groceries 14. Tliiinday.... 744 *'!4 "6 IlllIoi lIa
price when you"tradewith A. at the Kimball House for a few 19. Friday....... 77 .l) 711 91 UUK.
...... Urainger at the Dew store. week. D. WILLIAMS. Obnorvar. Palatka News 1.00 a year.
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,H. Finlcy Tucker, .j| two story dwelling\ house well and in fine barn condition on premises.on Kirby Half!::5t. fi 11'1 1 rLo L LLL'LL[ l Lf 1 i ir

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I Insurance, Real Estate lot 100x150 .
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Op.Oourl House. Point It", Pin == cash, balance at 7 per cent. I .

--.. Small farm of about 5 acres with dwelhng, on edge of town, John SBeard . .. .'If S Senator II ,.J 8 I 2 I 1 0 II II 1 1 1 2 11 8 21 1 2 I... 77 . .. ...BeardNBBroward.
Real Estate Bargain r3 Place." Half Cash. . . 17 9 R 2 6 0 1 8 III) 47 811 111 la 2& 1M 19 IH II II 26 7 8 211 2-1 17 801. .. .BrowarIIUFletcher
known asJ'Fitzhugh . .. 23 8 6 23 8 140 6 10 16 1 8 1-1:1t1: 8 1f1311 7 111 8 Ia G 2'J II 6 II 211 I 8117..Fletcher h
No. 88.- -rnotn house, desirable == The Lippincott place on St. Johns Hirer, 5 miles from Paint- W n Lamar :. . HI Ii R 6 G 4 3 8 8 17 2-l 12 111 111 12 9 R 8. 2 12 10 II 8 2 211 . ...LamarJ
i?, louallty Umtnet.Hft. bath rooll11! \1 _*. ; B Browne . . ..Governor III 6 0 l0( 2 18 2 11 Ii 1 12 16 1-1 11 17 8 2 4 7 1/1/ 211 II II 10 19 8 211.Browne\
ulmlurq convenlencetonly, ">,l"xi. =2 ka, one mile of river frontage. A.W (JlT hrlst . . .. 81) 18 8 7 111 6 8 7 11 11 14 87 86 21 U 811 27 7 9 roS 7 88 10 7 2M 27 2 4117. ,. ...OllohrIRtJNOltockton.
t == Other properties both in the City and Coun_ : for sale on :! . . 10 2s H 2 6 6' 4 121 1119 17 III 1\1\ 22 21e1.8l 16 II 21112 III III Iii 81il..ltockton:! d
No SB.-Lot hues r.t. rexldiuico. == HENRY S RUNZ.SN W H EllI.. ..Attorn..y General' H IJ I 7 8 10 6 10 II 021)) 1111 17 17 22: 85 28 19 11 7 11 1:1: G I 16 9 a 813. . .Ellis
jj portion o/ the city only\ I1.CXWO.No. y easy terms. Apply toWatches. 1'l\l.Trammeli 47 16.1 7 18 8 II 4 8 6 4 111 411 29 21i 16 1\1 7 15 1-1 t8 2n M M 4 12: 83 1:1JIII/ ) . ..Trammell'I'

R.loroom 9-8tory honor. In == -. J Appleyard. . .Comptroller 18 6 6 4 6 6 0 I 15 4 I 22:. 8-1 2f! JI( Ifi 16 II G 8 G 4. 8 4 II 17 18 III 2MIi. . .AppleyardACCroon.
!dU.lr"hl" locality; goal repair.g. :: -- --- -- . . .. 211 111 \;) 1:1 6 11 G :2 6 10 H 811) U 11) 21): 8i! IH 20) 2.1 10 2M 8:1: 4 L 12 !21 6 416. . .Croon

ITIHK Mloiia. : I..one hav of the h-mt propoHlZSS= "YlkIILL2!: : ,'xm."I 1:aawil.: : I 2+, :wiI J Knight. . . "_ 6 1 5 II Il 6 1 I 7 \I 6 6 8 9 1 :.I 6 8 II' 1-1 18 lOl. . .Knight
J 1.only w|lio-.cniili 4ooinor.or InatHllmoiit Tim. prlno I : -g. : I.'i$ no Dunn..R. Commiss.. 15 II G'.6 9 8 8 6 6 418 :<0111 U 71710 R 8 6 211 11 8 2 24 86 I 811M .. .Dunn
a117.'t1t2L::!; !!S1 l I.J WIrvlntl. . h'4 1:1.1.1: II 4 I //j /6 1 6 III 12 7 11) 19 6 6 M \2 I 10 4 I 4 2 10 168 . .. .IrvineWKJackson
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No. SI.-B-rnom hoiiHfl7 II() ..rr..s =:?: ?A2i: : '+s. :olm;: : .. 8 II ::1 6 8.1: 4 3 8 7 10 4 II 11 :21) 6 12 7.6 6 II 6 2 II 8.1: 184)) . .Jackson
S*ot nml KOOII oae-lialf. trunk 1 'loud oluareUt,all uiiilur new' Imru r iu-a, =-..! Jultu SIIlomon. I. \I 8 2 8 1 9 II II 6 :2 7 I 6 2 1.1: Ii II I G 2 71. . Salomon:!
I nowliiK won a tuw hoKHBiitl, chum3: :: Jewelry O W Baldwin. . .Iiousedf. Rep 11 II 1 1 2 2 1: 2 1 8 4 1 :2 18 '''a 1a 2 I 4 II 6 6 II 11I1 . .: .B"ldwlntlJ d
?u..o.. goal ntuluttixl wagon, ,and. alta ; Hilburn.. . .. .. .4:1: 12: 6211 II 16 II 2:1: 10 4 11 6-1 82: 81 86 62: 13 JII 12 11I13-1611 1.1:. 264:1: 12 887..Hllburn
l j fflriu ImplHinonta nouuHMary to mix :::1t :: lIroKenale. 2IJ ::19 7 6 II 7 7 11 fMI 2M 21S 4 .
..l-Hflra. ae nt. Lamed on the Ht. H A n 18 62 86 111 26 1-1 6 4 2 11 16 2:1: "II 4M. . McKenzie
< John Rlvor tan nillmi north of Rings!: are the Prevailing W 8 Middleton . .. 4.1: 8 6 22 1:1: 211.' 8 12 8 2 2-1 :n 28 27 21 17 211 1 4 17 U 20 7 9 II 20 I 41.1. . .Mlddllltol1
1 Pulittk' : Owner wlnlltn to loitvii r i A M PadReft' . 24 I 1 2 1 8.. 7 II I \I 8 7 4 11) 3 16 1111 16 7 IIH 6 6 I7 8 ::1111. . Padgett
I|.th"orIU". Dtuta..and will eu "t a grunt :=::3:; Fashion Again.We John P .. 'I W 7 6 8:1: t., 4 8 2 It II! 16 4 4 /6 20 24 8r 1111 26 24 4 8 ta: 18 12 2111. . Wall
PJ Jleok..Clel.k of Court 10 IJ II 8 4 8 Ii 4 1 1621:1: 12 8 8 19 III 21 II II 4 411 6/ i 21) 20 R 21s3 . .. .. Rocks
We havo othcrn. Come In and =3 haying a special sale in all fancy HHntohlnson . 21) 11 8 10 II 1-1 1 H 4 \I\ 11) 21 18 11 6 19 1& 9 16 19 211 III 4 H 110 4 11I1.Hutchhl.OI1/
|. ou.. H. Plnloy Tucker. SSE. are Joseph Price . :.. .. lit! 0 4 17 7 9 :2 10 10 8 2M 42: .U' BI S8 28 11' R 18 SII 1'') 20) I' lei ISI 1) 4811. .. Price
stone rings, in JE1dmonsouCountyTreeauret 211 IJ G 11 :2 7 II H 1-1 1 8H GI 81 21 17 R6 21) (6 22 i7 811 41) 1/\/ 8 211 27 0 GOO. .. .EdmonlonH
ummmmmuuum m Kenn..rly-. 86 1-1 1 22 10 16 7 7 8 8 11 28 23: 17 24:1\: Iii 6 II 20 U 2'1' 7 6 14 2U 8 SMI! . Kennedy
----- ----- Opal Garnet, Turquoise Sardonyx, "'rl\nkMoRae.. .. 128:1: 8 1 3 1 2 \2 94 lH II() 8 I f 0 78017 6 12r 2 17 8 9 187. . .McRaeRU
EtcT A Howell . . . .Sherltf 85 II 1211010 8 10 7 51141303428 II 8 9101910 3 14 62120 2 877. . Howell
311t7Q iy.asi'ws.'iwj jnranaiTO"m u'alalka Sapphire Etc., n f.Kennerly. . . :.. .. 811 17 7 18 8 11 6( 11 111 7 21111& 33 1.1: 111 !110 87 16 12 17I.\ 21) Ia 4 28 1IS& 1M . I. Kennelly
"'" BP R..ddlnlr. . . .. 8 1.. I 8 1 6 I 1" 1 I 21) II I 1 1 4 1I1I..H.eddhllt
lumber Co. '- in Rings EFWeeks . . . .. .. 'b II 1 1 I 11 8 8 2 1 111 92: 15 6 8 111M 16 llel 2-1 8.1: It 7 2r. 6 21i7. .WeAkiM
l Bargains I (10xe... ...t. . .(Jounty Judge 57w) 5241a 9 11) 16 1\1 26 62: 46 81 82: 67 :)1)) 2'7 2/1/ 28314715 II 81 23 17 tllY7. . ..00xO
Manufdotorart of 01<' Hnllard. . .Tax AI.eB.or 44 1 6I IG 7 II 8 10 13 1\1 411 2-1 28 24 4Ii 2M 811 28!! 81 87 1M IS G 8 8-1 tr 661. . Bullard
Pine and 0A LeHardy.. .. G 6 I 2" 12 11) 21 IJ 6/ 0 4 IJ If lei 'illS 2 I Hl..L.H.rdy
Cypress Jeweler J W tltranlle, ( . .. 2 I 1 1 1 6 0 10 Ifl 18 IJ II 7 4 .7 10 6 II 81 IJ I 1-1 Iii" 111M. . .Strange
.. S/VYITTH the \V 1\1 WIIlIAml. n. 211 7 4 211 1 21 2 IS 8 10 tI 12 11 8 \I a 8 U 4 "II 4 10.It. 219. . Williams
Mouldings, i AS Wlllard..Tax, Collector 67 20' 928 16 :It) 1021 18 m R7 7" 4040) 61 62: 82 86 82 11740611 'lO 789 4a 16 !lM7..Wlllard
.IiKTucker.rSop.: Schools:! III :ii' Ii 27 11 III 10 2-1 18 III 80 111 4iS R6 81 611 lit) 27 27 117 36 Ill) 1" I 2.1 III 14 773. . .Tucker
- and Palatka, Florida. .. T Kelltlln. .Sup. Registration :23 \I 8 JJ 10 III II 0 4 6 II 81 7-1 8M 2\1\ 2iIII) 21 10 171 20 IJ 11M 17 t1 .211 277 610 . .. KellumWHMlnton.
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I Cr THE PALATKA NEWS : Christian Endeavor New Hslf a Leaf. The e&) u 3*".;) It... espTeS9l"abl

Mr. Grace Kaowlton I* superintendent I lli argro'i lovs of Sties of whatever :. I' 1 isI.i'l., oily IJItereellDc.II
ck..a
EnUred at to* PaUtka postofflceM Wiat Stall Editors afl SijngSsastor I of the first Junior society or. ort 1* amusIngly Uloctnted by s story I .r't'." !\. I" ,.. ,t. .I.dn. ou the W. -Merryday Go.D
maUabl master of th. aecondelae caaised In the new official year. Sb. toM by tn* governor of a soatlen IkoUle" bo"I..r,01
*. -" b aa II enibonUutlo. charter member state. .",::111,"' feuds bet..Dt. I' .
CaaTa Har Jo*.- who: live In Pomona and bold their I It pptn that tile congregation of a I whoa freiu"I two kli-rn$ of our ISIDdI
their
meeting In the Congregational colored church In Georgia conceived ter- -. fi
;k P2b1Ls.4 at Palatka. Fla., on Mr. feint probably sends bl* barcb of that village W.will have th* notion that It would add greatly to tacitly JuslIH-1. a twit "r perennial between hot'dciv" .

byEDUCATION_. agent to Florida on a fool erand newe later on of this new organisaion. of the church natrlal iHKTaiu-rlng as
their dignity If tIM pastor of thesedepredshrs
wbea boeoromlMlonathefn. to orxaole I of ,ath realm. Ian J
enabled to add tile Initial D. D. sides Crate Materialof
RUSSELL. VICKER8. ao. Independence League down were were, outlaw* ou both
bite la opposition to the democratic o Tbe follo.lng.-m wa cent (us a I to Ida ome. A member bearing of an neighboring l Tie.a -
_rt,.. And It I* especially regretted' greeting to the Jacksonville convrn- Institution In the north which would or 'be J..nt..r. Tbelr from being
lon by Mr*. Hilda M. Norwood. sowell II", Co ", nrnrJ .nle
... bat Wilkinson Call a man who : for value received confer such a for safe. all Kinds.
a. 1CUEU.Friday :1' known and loved by of cle-I w.mctlme.timpouoded
wee for so many year ao signallyhonored many entered Into correspondence "
gree insuranceto
:
the Florida workers 5
:
-- -- the Florida annual payment
by democracy ly sn
I that end la view. Reply came to the ry
wito It'. highest gift. sboold be en-' baodlt This fee DOt only gavethem
A HANDICAP? E3TDBAVOB UAKI "THIJtOH. effect that the cum of $73 would obtain the eo.alled them Fruit and
oralfHlln Ibl work essentially h..1 lmn.uu.ty. bot
c Many of the> soeeeaaful bcuioe** isle to the intereeta of tbedrmoerat eparty. We hall not aak a short and -easy tile desired dignity.A them from rival freehoot-
; As we aodemaod ii. the Independent fight. uX difficulty arose, however In that to protect: 'pro.teetIon.
4 men of tbe present day are Inclined It..... their mall.or
** I>-atru.*. dlspice It* name A feeble enemy. t w? the congregation were unable to raIse eo
j to tblnk there are no road to *uceeea I* merely Mr. Hearst' prl.a.epoUlI-1 We only crave) to be upon tl>4 Right more than $30. Finally after much ." 'The "m.lIcoaeb was guard m Vegetable"Wraps.

bat tbelr own. They were notequipped cal organization purely opportunist. And win the victory. confabulation. die congregation delegated named .because It had its armed

: with a college education ID It* character and to be need solely W. do not seek a smoothly graded one of their number to see the with
: and are thsrefore advising young promote* lie owner's" personal ambition path blng out. The following message 'WM But I
*. It will find Florida Inhospitable -
wbo to follow The rugged mountain to the Institution mentioned: was ,
men expect a commercial oil which to flourishand ape Boot .
c career to cot it ooL"Aadr we can upon afford to note without Tb.stony road foil oft mot blessings "Kindly forward oar pastor one D. but for I

Carnegie IB quoted a. ..,.. .alarm its effort lo ret a foothold bath; we being unable to afford the other at hence
ber*.-Penaacola Journal. We aim to reach tbe top. till time."-Harper'* Weekly. black
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( log upon an occasion that a man with Palatka 'Florida.
rious
a. college educatloa I* lost to commerce Craw Not Coo4 Eatias.- Nor would we choose an onlaborlon blp. "
task
; be baa waated tbr. or four All right-minded should "Peleru Jack.- was :
person Which
any child might spell. Near the mouth of PeJorus sound. .
year on lbs II... of old ruffian wbo unite for fair, honest election The \Ve leave to Him the choice.' *Tla district I
side of Cook strait. I Ia -
die Nelson
primary election a* a method for *..- this ask on -- -
lived 24WO year* *zo and baa lost we : term
letting candidate ba com to stay. To learn tbeleoo welLW. the borne of a remarkable sea animal lamed : "
L preeloo time. Eysllrn.sns.h.say.. Tbe masses will never again go backto known throughout< New Zealand a* --.-'-uu --=
\ lo effect be industrious and honest the old convention plan. Then shall not plead for this world'. "Pelorn Jsck. B* to gray In color. > Farm Lands For Sale. .....

and loyal bat-.don't go to college If free p...*.... polls and politiciansruled. dear plan; about fourteen feet In length and his to the unprecedented. de- I

commerce I* to be your chosen pro- BomMime Rood. honest men Though it displs. and abno.May pastime 1* to wait for coastal steamer Open for f.rmlaod.,especially small Delicious
were selected without any obligation we fare bravely on and on because for several mile the
and escort them
floD. to for trnckluit purptwe
of .Dck... because of *
a
the craft .
to
In tb* main, perhaps Carnegie I I.nib& I. deadlock. Then both side would We seek the"King's well dou ." oa their Journey. A* a boat approaches V.bfjo .... Realty Improvement Co. of I Bon BonsI
dnii .l>" ... have subdivided Into
be toward U.
and la view of some of tbe revelation get tired and unIte on a third inao. .lack' may Been beading full, : J :
Mr. and Sir. !: their farm and
:Norwood and tbelr tract,
It'll''* a bad scheme.. Tbe primarybring her to take up Liz accustomed Iij I and 40 acre
concerning high flnaoewblcb little son are" now located at Madison In of the bow bottle In Coffee county near JJIcbol
and face loace. front
. candidate voter position beside or '
bave been mad. In the laac He must declare himself on :J.\ C.. for the summer month Vn- of the ._1. There sometime for :'-0 the ':: : : : Pierce county. near Offerman I ,Chocolates

few years the fact that a college; questions.. Still this plan I I. not per ally they are "at home" In Colnmla twenty minutes, b* hover round rnsh- sIThid % '! t \ in Ware county near Wayero,
ruls' with no 8. (.. In the Theological !Beul-: turned are' offering to sell same ou easyiieV ; All Homi-Uada Candies
fect. It out
unfit cost men
tr.lolnM'm., a man for business nary.Probably' tag so quickly from side to side that the nu>.'
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I I. highly creditable to the college money candidate for high oiflce.Is tIM follow hIs. movement Fa.ollte
can scarcely
eye also subdivided tbelr
have
for this defect? l Something new added
there DO remedy )fI.. Ethel Fleming de- Deen I
*. When be considers be bo* gone ; and lo St. 8
c..lel'1land
: .. nalJ.m. potato
Then. too. there always a parch.'eble .r.e. credit for having traveled far- !
It might be worth considering tha vote In cities and In some smaller ir to represent. the West Palm for enough with a lost sudden plunge Is for a =: I ; county Florida known* to. .. every day.

T If educated men may gala nothing ctions. Hired workers are engaged Beach *ocl-tyat convention than ie dive once more and for the last taCenbu. I: ::; ; Creek. lands.. These land are
I from They waul to .earn their tnonov.Still. any other delegate.Never / Ime. disappearing In a whirl of foam. open 1 rapidly. They are offering J L.A.SMITIjl
business business ba. much to .r :
stick to the primary. Let all to ba.een DO more that trlp.SydneyNews. botf. :: 1' ... lituil* for the present at $10 per'
t gala from educated men. try to do or say nothing you regret : before did the political news wholly ... .g Lemon St.. Palatka.Praaldeat. .

r Tbe brutal animal greed that enter after the excitement I Ie past. 01 the dally and weekly newspapers that .It, : :: : '::: : famous Hasting potato land -- ---aa
such vital
seem to as of
Importance.eepecl.lI nc
: *o largely Into /general business At any rate a. we are Donor' bound because Kilt Targets. .. .-.. now selling from $.S0> to $200 per
an leading temxranee a*
Creek lauds in the
nominee it to The Haw
to support the pay Ink
I might safely be sacrificed to higher/ treat all right. Crow I* not good questions are being weighed/ Admiral Lambton at a certain highland alcobol county and siunliar except UI U.loris kaiLay. J.Wu.na BIUUII I

:, and more" bumaa Instincts. .tatlng.-De c-oto: County New' on the politicians scale society; dinner told the following of aetm lbs I better .r""lIlnl.t $10 per acre; 5- Soty.lad Tiw.
Buslnes. success ought to mean Interlachen Endeavorer are glad tale: When tbe Gordon blgblanders i .. :: : course will not be on the market

morstbsuynsr.selshaccuniu1atioo.II A Blessing In DiapJae.Th. .- to have R..... Ben]. Stock home for were la Ladyimlth the order came that I. Pierre,. *. The G. Loper

ought to mean the basis subscription list ba'* given thembllsbers vacation from the Theological Seminary officers were DOt to wear their swords.TblB tract r.t.r. Been and Bell tract In Marion BailejCtj
upon of weekly newspapers food of Atlanta.At order was soon supplemented by near Ocsla. I I. also to be sar-
..blcb. cl.l1Ilatloo. human progressftnd for thought; since April 1st when tbe tbe 25th Association recently another by which all highland regiment -I....., and put on lbs market In the Fire Insurance:
the welfare of tbe million rest. held by Congr"lrallonall.ta In St. future.
ruling of the postoffice department were commanded to cover' their'
This full meaning can never cotne to went Into effect. refusing them tbe Petersburg the C. E. society Cocoanut .. that each tract that I*
that
kilts Up. a* It'll''' thought they Leading American and Foreipj
.Ignorant malls as second-class matter for subcrlber Grove (our worker farther- will have a frontage on a street I
,, man. over one year In arrears. eel down on tbe East Coast). were served too well a* target for tbe enemy. ...'.. i : public highway so there will be
H. who I I. pleased Ignorantly t., Ibis, at first wa thought to be a presented by their pastor'. wife. Sir George White knew that inch I danger of any purchaser ever be- Companies
: wallow In his own accumulation anSI hardship on the publisher True it Irs. E. M. Wlnslnw. who I I. prel- an order would not be popular. At last ev: penned up or cut off from his

to regard his achievement M super ha reduced the circulation of many dent of the women' mission work of ie thought of-a way out of the diffi -Tuey .... Accident Insurance:

. lor to that of men of better brains paper but In the end It will be a her church In this state. culty. "Let them cover the front of then. .. public. especially the laboring

.t but less blessing In disguise. Many publish We hope soon to double the numr the kilts up," he said "The enemy ..UIDe..er niy : .. .. and wag earners realize now The Travelers of IlartfoHJ/
w..lth-Iet blm look to th :
have been name on : ., there I U only much land In
er* carrying >* of papers taking; C. E. new Into .see the other .ld.-Lo040n so
hog for his own superior according their list from whom they have not their column, for we confidently boo Opinion. four country. and lbs future will nei V
to his own standard of judgment. received a cent for year and would hive that through the medium of hour a make it more nor' less. They Ufe Insurance:

Mr. Carnegie has forgotten that hi. have continued to give away their he press open one of the broadest DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM Inter also that the recent or past,
( paper. but for tbe ruling the po.totfice avenues for Christian prozreoslve- ha demonstrated that an in The
It had Old Reliable "GerniiLife"
own success would have been Impossible d..p.rtment.-oc..l. Banner. need on the part of Endeavorer This recipe Is blghlr reeominentd bv on In laud suffer less than
but for the higher education ofother of our correspondent} try U lor denertaorrow. tq- run d. ...
Mr. Ch.... M. Conklln. 'of De Land. in any thing else. They of New York
men whose brains he imelted PleaM Explain Some More.V. .- wbo I I. our new State treasurer I I. en- Feel Ova larvs banan..nb month with Kb ba ,, also that !South Uvorirla and
.le&I.1 \ 8. who Ive tea.pooiifula. or in ar. Add one teacup later have practically the only
In hi. Jennings, rec.ntlyp.ld
scientific department of wa hnilatlcally setting to work In his wit cream beaten to a.BtlfT froth lh..n add
And then be forgot' too. that even tlO.UUO (beside his regular salary ''rdnoa* official dalles. Return poetal one lee ftfn'r I.UOdlaiolTedn I : .. land now In this country and Marine Insurance:
ot IS.OMJ per year' a* attorney for' card were lent each Y. P. and IS teacup Pour Into mold press probability U that thl* will not be
for tbe busIness inanthereare blgb..rand the I. J. Board). a* fee for ettllnz" ; Junior society asking for prompt and, .when Serve cold!wltn carnlull. ....b. candled .Cher log It. very long./ They realize also

: better tbng: In life than business two of the case then pending againstthe replica notifying him how soon and rl good[ puddlni _0"" 1lr'L-Q.rl bj any ailirocersat so au Investment In farm land Is The Leadimg Compania

I and pitiable and less than fully Board make an "explanation how much each society: would con- loc per package.Painting time I belt investment that can be
A Ulan has to have little
human 1 I. he wbo barn not the breadth which doe not explain In an Interview I FIVUtU as A pars ui iiivir yearly 0011- bow I very
in the Times-Union of May 7th. gallons for state. expense It Is ex- Yawn. of fanning to be able to All Claims Promptli,
and clearness of vision to see then In thl* interview he aaaerta that'bewa panted that Y. P. member each pay a a a 10 or 20 acre tract and culti
Education develop caution and an the "sole council" for the Board 25! cent, and Junior member half a* A picture by Miss Maud Earl. who left It on the intense system and Settled.
during rhe two Now let much before has been called tbe lady Landseer. entitled the a fair' living.
Indisposition to take risk. It also pat years. the year expire next
develop sensibilities that b.. tbe board ..explain" why $10,000" Aprir. "Tb.-V.-3boud.." I* a marvelous way. The climate In South Georgia/ and Offloe. SB Front BtU FaUTU.flj
may paid to the lace Senator Bryan for North Central district Endeavorers portrait of two decidedly bohemIan with U what make our land valu
BO finely attuned that the possessorol. cervices a. counsel for the Board. are" planning to bold their fall convention Irish terrier, one of which 1* yawning New We can make soil but cannot a gacaaaa zaag
them I. apt to go a long way aroundto with which a* I I. alleged< by some with the Lutheran worker* widely at tbe spectator. Miss Earl climate. While our lands are

avoid shock to them ana thereb who claim to be familiar with the of R. F. D. No 3, Lake City. Their found that her canine model would not so fertile, by proper cultivation

loses the race-some Ignorant man facts, au old Indebtedness. of Governor pastor R.... M. U. Richard holds yawn so she bad to lit In front of him COFFEE"I fertilization they can be made j Let us know your
Broward' wa liquidated. II three C. E. offices, produce a revenue of at least *100
of his .
president and herself for a long time.Sodd..ol
with vision baa yawn
narrow '
seen nothing *
Jennings wa "sole counsel, what _acre net Don't be afraid of
home an
district and 1st and
II but a short cut across. baa promptly minority or right had the Board to Quiet Honr superintendent president for the be took the blot and proved supply nf anything made on a 1 Grocery

11 taken It, and I I. complacent In a success pay Bryan $10OUO. or any other sum State Union. He I* a new worker In aD admirable sitter. Bat when the picture :- I "n In hue section. If there is not II

JI that a fl/ier mlod might be for legal service to the Board ? Florida but with rich experience was exhibited It made all the people Most market for the product In its ripe -
/ 101fI
Ag..m-In December last, In an Interview brought from other stafes. who came to see it yawn themselves (ing raw' slate then It can be canuw
I ashamed of. between Attorney-General GRACE A TOWJTSKND' and Miss Earl used to mingle preserved. and the profit will still Wants
; And so f.r.* society 1 I. affected In Kills and Senator Blounc counsel 8.-o'v and Press Supt. wltb the crowd and watch with intense I renter. I Ia

i( ita other grave concern than uione) for the L. A N. R. R., according to Tnterlacben May 18, 1008. amusement tbe yawn running We own '..nd.ln different section |I IIt
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making the more' educated It Is tfi. Mr. Elli report of said Interview round the col1lpaD-Londoo M. A. P. direction and are' ready to *ub. and we will be pleased t!]
the AttorD"y-Uen..r.1 l Btrted that and
at sell off. anywhere
i more" cettalu It I I. of progressive that interview the L. ie N. compromise A Maid of Renown. Our term are liberal and we !J furnish you with the tai:

triumph over organized greed corrupt wa vlitually agreed upon. (Dedicated to my eotuin.) Jspansse Woman. ... low. obtainable

. finance bossism and graft. Why then was the Board under any nterlachen[ 1 I. tbe name of a little We do not deny that In the days of For description, map, price, etc., is goods at earprfj:

Don't let' forget that education obligation to pay Jennings $10.01X1 for country town. old Japan women were taught and .... !:I ingly low-price. I
: maklnga settlement which..* ""Ir- And It boast the possession of a maid trained to bold and did occupy a position Deen Realty & H None but Fint-cla.
Improvement. Co.
has gooi||
brought n* op-at least a littleway tually agreed to" last December between of renown. Inferior to that of man although
.
-from the early business condition the OFFICIAL counsel (and a Her fame 1* far-reaching a* well It as mother they were regarded with wits d Waycros. Oa. 5-8-4, I find shelf room here. TIJfj

under which the biggest human member) of the Board and the representative may be. the highest respect and devotion. But fad ( waat to convince of '
of the L. A N. K. R? For such a gay maid you seldom can Dr. Armstrong had several pat'entg I you tlnj[
; brute with
the
heaviest club freely those day are and today our
gone ,
More "explanation would appearto see. I eye treatment last Wednesda g so come and see for youneH|
: took his choice of the cocoanut be In order before the people vote daughter are given full freedom to often the doctor advise u* he will I
without regard to right or reason. on the vital question of retaining Her bal I I. the texture of finest spun live and act with perfect equality as I regular professional visit to g or, phone your order in I t

office this group of official who thus gold their sisters of the west while our fulfils on Wednesdays following g No. 84 and it will reran",
The watermelon Is recklessly dispose of the peoplx'a And gleam a* the riches of Midas mother retain their old positions of pain in second Monday of each month.
season now on money.-Tallahassee. True Democrat. untold; honor and e.teem.-.lp.D Time*. and g prompt and careful atta-jj
I. In Florida and yet many prominent --..._- And In It's soft meshes-with each It g tion.

citizen throughout tbe state accepted Not all heroes receive medals nor Titian etrand. and Shapes Won't Break I
a lemoo last Tuesday.Yes do all heroes bave monuments erected She entanglesthe/ heart. of all In tbe 8B! of Gibraltar. effect g i Free delivery.
There have been
land. i many sieges of thefamous .
beer,
-- to them. Too often the heroismof
I rock of. Gibraltar but tbe
we have suffered some In everyday life goes unmeutloned. Her eyes are the color of the soft II greatest was the one sustained from during cessity i L.C.Stephens]:

Florida for our devotion to tbe primary and too often heroes In overall' are" summer sep, the combined land and sea force of times

: system, but It Isn't a circum.I overlooked In our anxiety to pay Wben/ at to day-dawn flee; the shadows begin Franc and Spain 1779-83. For four the !.I

I stance to what the good people o f tribute to heroes In military trap. With the shimmering depth of a year all tbe power and resources of is soon Grocer
Georgia are Florida lake the science of the time were exhausted for its aI
undergoing. pings. The Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette
..
4 'Ii. - Deep set among fern that quiver by tbe assailant without .oce.... Cn- I: Kirby and Morris Streetl t I
tell of a hero In overalls' but you .
I' and shake. tier tbe Inspiring leadership of Sir
Mayor Heebrlngenforced: prohibition gists in
through regrettable; oversight falls
Palatka Florida.
George Eliot tbe besieged than
kU In Jacksonville from 6 p. m to mention his name. Two men both Her cheek. have the blush of the held tbelr own In one of more tbe most book You I'a' ,
1j. Monday to 6 a. in. on Wednesdaybut member. modest wild lose,
of the came brotherhood. memorable sieges In all history.A about .
When flushed the :IilCIUIClIICIIIIDClrnIlCcJlI-:
by kisses of the :
there was said to be great suffer were employed under a local agenton .uu..n......__...,... .urnu..__u_... ; HAPPY FATHXRIB by ; :

kT; Ing. an Arkansas, railroad. When the ''I'' With a few freckles here and a fewer soon turned fo a sod one if he baa to Kilmer

James E; ROHhthellIrno"n; recent finnanclal Hurry wa on In freckle there walk the floor every night with a crying Eesiao
The that European -
the
more charm of this
baby. McOea's Elixir 113If
Baby will
full force the agent wa* told to discharge ma e make
cp traveling freight of the Central maid
agent of the One might appear. the child well.-soothe Its nerv B, In.
one men. em- name
iic of Georgia Railway, baa made a trip ploye wa unmarried and be wa Her lips are the_color of the geraniumAnd duce healthy normal slumber Beat the Furnished RooomsiHot
for disordered bowel and
b' through this state and estimated the red. sour stomach Balhl
entitled to the Job by reason of the -all teething table need It Pleasant and Cold
peach crop of South Florida at 125 as soft a* the breast of a dove -
c.n. longest service. The other man hada Southern bred,- harcaful to take, sure, and safe, contain no Piano At

wife and four small children. The Enchanting bewitching now drug j I ;
gay Price" IS and 60 cents per bottle. j sell )
ExOoyWm.. !Sherman: Jennings agent called In the two men and Ever and ready now with grave a laugh and smile Bold by Aokerman-Btewart Drug Co I J thl* ; Charles Kupperbnsc

r J appears to be a, trifle sensitive on the explained the situation. "I must sweet and brave. a -- -- ---- th*patentleuher la this.pair. of
: ubject of where he got hi. wealth discharge one of you;' he said Esther Lyon. ----- BURT PACKARD Palatka vla.

I lint at leaat 110,000 have come to him "All right Bill said the unmarried : Korrect: Shape Shoes

I lately for' which the other fellow man, turning to his comrade Eight Points of the Law.A brake thimrt bib To.jiuineas Proh l*3
the Men
Sat
correspondent signing himself "So.nd.o"
should do the blu.hJnlf.It "It' you for the job 'cause you'egot lois wears lll1'011J1b. will ,
a wife and a houseful of kid. overheard" soue meo"e.l.deotly iiI1j ;j -.-...... .... u.s Men and Other "
lawyers, be 8Brtalklol over as with ifr
I have oboe
opened aa
former Governor William Te.
the I've
Me to road cauee got nobody -
a case recently when some such expression Fonl on Front street and am PPc"
cum eb Sherman Jennings/; was jus but myself to take care of. and as this reached his ear: : nBra to do all kinds of Bteoograpbl'lad fII'

tided In using a walking stick on I can tramp It to another job." Then "Well be couldn't help winning. Be Clothing Co. : writing work. eIther bf pi'traet. or.."

/ Frank Clark a crowbar would not thl hero In overalls shook band had tbe eight point of tbe law in his 16" If. I

i b* dlsproportloned to the offense of with "Bill," drew bl. time and fsvor." I ,eatvi c. 'IcI. Palatka, Fla. I TII:

the Hon.Alexander St.Cl.lr Abrains walked away, Jobless and homeless. Ever since be beard this 'So.snti..o" : Notice of ApplloaUon for thTilghm.n '
And It would that the has been wondering what were tbe HOW WOULD Notice la hereby given 0fI1I
fl yet seem peo. Ju.t.* If he had performed the most Q. of tel .,.,
eight points referred to, and be ask VVHIT: purchaser
S pie are entitled to a little Inform. common ac In the world Instead of 's rat No. ied! dated the 8th ';-
me If I can enlighten blm the sub
on $100 In
tlon .e to where. he /got the money. having put Into practical effect a ject. ) Gold I July '.. D. 190S. ha Bled aeld.lt',
great lesson In brotherly love and Vermifuge I eat* la my offloe and rplication
The Irish potato season at Ha- belpfaJn.Th. Commoner. The" eight point of the law, -aud. Everyone who .cnds us In a list of I for tax deed. to "i'I II
'0, are those: First, a good causesecond : Said eertlaa1tbnoea .
oordance law.
closed did not or all of the wltb
L aprofitable letters
ting, now prove any in f
The flrstcarof Florida canteloupe a good<< purse; tblrd. an bones HE eumnni the following desert1situated !
a. wa expected. The for tbe north left Beddiok last week.T,11s and skillful solicitor; fourth good evidence I "FRENCH MARKET I I In Putnam eounty',. 11orldao

hlpment from fla.tlnlt.amount..d ; fl/tb, able counsel; .!stb. an upright I I wit .,JI
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'..-. -- .. -. *1 MMevW.tepe4w f subject of: his everyday dream.
urhed ada3'.a il lrft"Tt ulil! l;snfibenever (
' .. ; The girl was surprised anal
.. .. ..dlllP.. equally
" '.....'W'i" once looked back. The embarrassed. She caught her breath,
A '
Corner laValentines. Ownershipof
... Thirty long years had be waited for In a little gasp and the quick color

her to send for him, but sue had never mounted her cheeks. Almost Instantly .

evinced a sign that she knew Mr. Timothy Ptolemy I' however, she bad recovered her

Scott save that she dipped a little Caesar. pose

old fashioned courtesy whenever they "I'm lorry to trouble you," she said
THE By CLARISSA MACK1E.Cuprrlnhtod met And that bad all happened thirty
By: LEONARD FRANK ADAMS. coldly. "I merely came for my dog I
.. and she bud never married
-,rteA1A : years ago saw he was following/ you." ;
MM, by I'. C. Kmitmont.: and neither had be. She lived In a big, Copyrighted, 1008 by Jessie Morgan. "Your dog!" said Ravenor,

---- lonely house at one end\ of Ilia vlllnge "My\ dog she repeated.

and be at the other lik house just a*
Ravenor looked uncomfortable hut
"I'd llliu my l'iow"ul'k' paper, said I ,
Havener stood In the library In all
large and a8lonely.
4lr. h. faced her resolutely.;
Timothy Scott tor the fourth
time the luxury of early morning negligee,
Something rolled down Mr. Timo
"There must be a mistake. about
that alorulu ,
!: thy's; nose and splashed on the "'hltewal.tcoat. A gorgeous bathrobe swathed his W.. I Ii thin" said he. "I'm very sure bo's

"Jimt 11 moment, Mr. Scutt*" said the Ho jumped up and blow i frame from his chin to bill heels. His mine,"

busy cleric apologetically.! "You pee we his nose violently He rang the bell for feet were thrust Into a pair of comfortable "Vourst"

111'1101',1' IIUH.V tuilny( ," bo continued, Benjamin. looking Turkish slippers Between "Let me prove It to ;you. He knows

linuUly limiting cliuugo tor a mnll girl "More wood Benjamin he ordered [ -hls lips was a cigarette, deep !Its name. Here, Ptolemy"
'
who had uurcliaHe.l( ii valentIne !"Toinomnv's sharply "My dye Is going out, and Iam drafts of which be Inhaled tbought- The log! came obediently to Have

NW Volt-mine day. you know." taking a cold" fully as he eyed the man In the chair ner's side. He sat down and looked wy '

"I ought to know growled Mrs Scott The next morning after breakfast by the window. The latter was responsible up expectantly.The .
Mr. Timothy locked himself In the library .
for Ra venor' appearance
Inmclblj'. "You Lavs .Inl'onnml I me of girl gasped. "I don't understand
that tact four distinct times this tnoruInjr. and went to bis safe, where he downstairs at thIs unseemly hour. It," she said. "Now let me try
unlocked a secret drawer and took out Havener's early caller was not pre- the same proof. Here, Caesar."
Do you' menu to nay (lint all these
which be
a yellowed envelope, from po ses lnr. Indeed, he was distinctly The dog trotted over to her and repeated
peoplo are buying I Idiotic pictures to drew a faded little valentine the selfsame otherwise. Ills eyes were "small, wa his maneuver

send to their frlondse"They valentine that the girl In tbe lire tery blue and shifty. III. underjaw "Oood heavens! said< Ravenor ofter-

are buying valentines-yes, picture had given to young Timothy was weak and his seedy clothes and ly bewildered for the moment Then

aIr returned the clerk,' with an apprehensive Scott This he placed carefully In bin tra3-ellllnen were none too clean. Beside suddenly he had an inspiration."Did .

glance toward the several cue letter case. Then he called Benjamin. I smart In
hlmr Its own appearance you buy him recently!"' he
tomers. "Your paper will be ready IDa "Have the sleigh around at 10 striking contrast to tho man's general asked. I

Published Every moment, sir.... "The package has Dot o'clock" he said amiably, and the grln- I out at the elbows air, crouched a Boston "This afternoon," she confessed."Of c+
been ened
o p y
hobbled with
;; nlug old servant away terrier. a seedy shifty eyed man?"
"Bo 'busy selling l valentine., of course. alacrity ""'nnt to sell we the pup, I suppose," She nodded.

You needn't repeat tile explanation Down the village street glided the Ravenor said pleasantly. ".,[bat.. why Ravenor drew a long breath; then he b

l' snapped Mr. Scott, turning toward the great Russian sleigh Benjamin guiding you're here Isn't It? That's why you laughed. "That explains It," he' de

door. Pausing In the entrance, he look the handsome bays and Mr Tim- got me out of bed at this un-Chrlstlan clared. "I bought him of the same

: Friday. ed back. The little stationer's was the othy Scott muffled to the ears in furs hour" man at T this morning."
-' : only shop of Its kind In the village. sitting In the back. People stared after
The nodded
man hopefully. "Obi" said the girl; then she, too fell
IIere alone bloomed the
... fower'gardeuof the sleigh curiously for tbe sightof "Sure," he admitted. "I thought to laughing.

valentines. Here alone was the the master of Scott house recalled you'd like a chance at Mm! so long's Igot "Come" said Ravenor at length, "let
,'r source of his annoyance. A diabolical to their minds that he wn responsiblefor raise
to the dough""Where'd me walk home with and there
I you r
plan .ntered ),{r. Timothy Scotf clever I the fact that few people In Beech- you get him?" Ravenor we'll decide who has the better claimto

-- --' ;-. '-- bead. A voice interrupted his mu. cove had received valentines that asked sharply."Raised Caesar or Ptolemy, or whatever his

ings. morning. 1m from a pup s'clp me," name Is.. *
"Here Is your paper at last, Mr. Through the great bronze gateway "An' 1
tbe man responded glibly.
: It was a long talk they had before a
Scott, said the clerk affably. The old which he had not passed since that didn't need
J wouldn't be selllu' 1m If I roaring lire In the cozy hall. It settled
'
1'. gentleman looked about the store as he other day so many ago, they 'eurd I I"I'll
; years the coin the wont way I as many points besides the ownership of

pocketed the paper. The other customers dashed up the broad avenue sweepingIn 'ow you'was open for a good trade in the dog. When it was) finished it was
: had departed; be was the only one front of the colonial house, and he 1m round. 'E'
An ; 'Is Hue, so I brought twilight and two very contented young
Advertising medium .s : there. alighted with brisk agility. The long all right, now, aln't'e? Stand up Ptolemy people were enjoying; their rightful

"Show me all the valentines you have walt in the familiar drawing room, tile an' give tbe gent a good look at heritage of happiness again '

'r r In stock" he ordered sharply. parting of the velvet curtains, the coming you" "And about tbe dog" Ravenor

"..*,/ ., e _yes, air,"- gasped the perturbed of a diminutive figure with' snowy The: dog obediently stood up, and when he finally arose to leave.suggested T

\' clerk as he dived beneath the counter. hair piled high, soft black, eyes and with Interest "
,., Havener's eyes lighted "You take him, she said "He's
that Results. Presently be emerged dusty and white dress with knots of violet ribbon
brings There could be no denying that Ptolemy really yours by right of priority. You
breathless bearing-several large green and then, "Timothy," she said was a fine specimen of his breed bought him first.

pasteboard! boxes."These u. ., gently "I knew yon must come some His clean cut head his well ..bape.houhle1"8 ,\ tell you" Ravenor said, wIth 7
In the store," he said Indicating A_."'
his crooked little
V3'Tbe even tall conviction. "Let's call him Ptolemy
the Interior of the small room, "and minister married them that aft
all brapoke that"I Caesar and own him jointly and-and
these In the boxes are all we have." 81'1l00o-Vtolet Allen and Tlmotuj r .
got 'Is pedigree 'ere on this paper -let's- -well, fix: it so we can have
Mr. Scott looked around at the rows Scott Then the newly wedded pal r, "
; tho man observed, drawing a him with, us both, you know Will tb
of valentines. There were picture entered the sleigh and were sped dow dirty envelope from his pocket you, Katherine?"
postals lace paper missives, a few silk the avenue and the street to the "
up 011, never mind that, Ravenor replied The girl fell to laughing until the
and satin beauties and an assortment Scott house, where old Hefty baked "What do
with a meaning /grid tears rolled down her cheeks.
of the coarse "comic" valentines All and brewed In a whirl of mad excitement you Want for him" "Oh what a way of putting it!" she

Subscription: $1.00 the Year. of them expressed varied degrees/ of Benjamin was sent on fifty errands "I'd oughter get fifty, an' 'u'. dirt cried but there was a light in her
sentiment and they were all resplendent about the village and when
cheap at that. eyes that brought Havener to her side
in cupids, intertwined hearts, evening came there was a merry gathering ., "Tell you what I'll do-I'll give you And the newly christened Ptolemy
I flowers and tender verses. of people In tbe old bouse. Everyman "
thirty. Caesar leaped about them with yelps
"I will take them all," said Mr.- Timothy able I' .
woman and child who was The man shrugged his shoulders. "I ot Joy
Scott reaching for his pocketbook to be afoot was there. The walls of th I can't be too fussy boss," he said "I

3. fine room. were bung! with gay vales, need the money, an'.I need It bad. So
The aeltated shopman stared vacuously tines Th. tables were-covered wit I long as I know 'e's golu' into good Canning's Wedding./

until bo caught the fierce gleamin them. They were pinned to the dra<, 'ands I there nln't nothln' for me I was to be best man and Pitt Can
The guess
NEWS Job
Department ning and Mr. Leigh who was to read
the customer's then with trembling ,
: eye; perles and suspended from the cbando.Hern. to do but to take you up, though It'*
fingers, he collected the valentines the service, dined with me before tbe
most like glvln' Mm to you at that 1
!
and placed them In boxes In Timothy Scott and his beautiful bride I price." marriage, which was to take place la ;
ten minutes the store was denuded of Brook street. We had a coach to drive
received their neighbors cordially. |- Havener counted out the bills and
I Us festive array and Mr. Timothy There was a banquet In tbe huge din handed them to,the man who ran them there, and as we went through that

equipped to do Scott was the proud possessor of six lag room music In the hall, and then, over with grimy fingers and departed narrow part, near what was then Swallow
\ street fellow drew
f a against
> huge boxes of valentines. up
', the bride gave to each departing guesta with a sigh and a sorrowful glance In
"Can you obtain any more for me?" valentine as souvenir of the occasion the dog's/ direction, both of which were the wall to avoid being run over and.

he asked sharply "Timothy," said the bride when they rather overdone. peering Into the coach, recognized Pitt

"No sir," 'said the clerk. "There stood alone before the hearth flee "w Once tbe front door had closed behind and saw Mr. Leigh, who was in full

isn't another one In the village and 1 must repeat this every year when Val him Havener tossed bill cigaretteInto canonicals, sitting opposite him.
all kinds of .-. { couldn't one to drive twenty The fellow exclaimed, "What; Billy
< get any entine's day.comes around-the reception the fireplace and pressed the but. P "
miles to Mlllertown after Pitt, and with, a parson too?
some. the supper tbe music the giving ton on the wall.
: "Very good," said Mr. Timothy Scottas of valentines... "Annie," be said to the second girl, I said, "He thinks you are going" to

he paid his bill. "I will send my "We will," said Timothy solemnly who answered his summons "I've just Tyburn to be hanged privately, which
after the boxes he said as he left was rather Impudent of me, but Pitt
man ,
bought this He to tbo
answers
Railroad Steamboat and : pup. was too much absorbed I believe In
: the store and entered the storm of flyIng name of Ptolemy. Take him downstairs
tt- "Pinohsd.
tblnklng of the marriage to be angry.
; flakes. There promised to be a
: and give him a feed; then let
The humor of school and college examinations After the he
ceremony was so ntrvou -
snowfall and Mr. Scott
tramped
heavy ,
him out In the back yark. I'm golnltupstal1'll.
: cheerfully toward his handsome home' Is perennial. One specimen You call me at 10." that be could not sigh as witness,
well 'satisfied with the result of was contributed by one of the may and Canning whispered to me to sign
very
Ravenor went to his
Commercial Printing. \ his morning's work. high schools where a girl In the department slumbers upstairs and resume without waiting! for him. He regarded ?
Interrupted Ptolemy,
of history was required to the marriage as the one thing needed
Late that afternoon old Benjamin
fared the hands
write brief sketch of having sumptuously at to
a Queen Elizabeth give Canning the position necessaryto
staggered Into the house under the \
of the cook, was turned loose !in the
Her paper when turned In was lead a party, and this was the
load of boxes from the stationer'sHindhis
back yard where bo galloped! about
found to contain the following sentence cause of his anxiety about it, which I
ordered them In
master placed a
.
;
r gleefully, enjoying a rare half hour's
.. of tbe where he sat : "Elizabeth was so dishonest that would not have believed had I not witnessed
corner library
with bit of clothesline!
she stole her soldiers' food." The sport a trailing it I *
though knew how warm
toasting his .feet before the pleasant and endeavors to
making desperate
teacher who conducted these examinations was the regard he had for Canning.
blaze. was puzzled to know Just whence catch the sparrows which now and Had Canning been Pitt's own son I do
"Din la all de mall del
yer paper fluttered into the
t Estimates on all kinds of c. was, cab," said the negro as be placed this particular Information had perco- again It was perhaps three-quarters yard. of an not think"be could have been more Interested
lated into the girl's mind. So, calling In all that related to hU mar-
the at his master'Selbow. .
evening newspaper hour after the sale that a cautious whistle -
vf
her up she asked the question. riage.-"Letters of John HookhamFrere.
"Somehow, Mr. Timothy seemslike
sounded from the alley aide of the "
Why," was the ready answer, "that'sjust .
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deyJs powerful lot 0' excitement high fence which Inclosed the back
what In the
It
history.
says
down to de postorlto, snh. I yard. Ptolemy with of
n yelp joy answered l
The book was sent for and the passage Killing a King.
'What sort of excitement Benjamin
/ It. Tbe back gate noiselessly

Job .Printing cheerfully ?" asked Mr. Scott absently. examined. It was found to read open, just far enough swung for the dogto In all monarchies the killing of the

'Why' I dunno 'sackly, sab. I heerd "Elizabeth was so parsimonious that squeeze through. lIe was gatheredup king or emperor, the Law Journal of
she pinched her soldiers' ration."- London points out, "Is perhaps the
jt Mr. Downs say as how somebody had by tbe seedy man who bad Inter- ,
Bookman. gravest form of treason." The
boughten ebery valentine dey was in viewed Ravenor In tbe library thrust high

Beechcove, and dey wan't one to be uncermonloualy beneath his coat and Journal adds: "In one country, Italy,
Might .. Well Enjoy It. sentence of death cannot be
furnished. bed for love er money, nohow. Some borne down the alley at a shuffling run. Imposed,
i aka like dey was put out about It. I Mr. Jackson, who had but recently Therefore when Havener made his and In Portugal we believe that capital '
has lot o' moved Into the suburb, knew his punishment le not used If not abol
ladytrlon'
'spect some gemman a appearance at 11 o'clock no Ptolemy answered
he's gwlne to 'member die yes neighbors on either hand by sight only, his repeated whistlings., Annie ished. Under tbe law of treason of
he chuckled and consequently on a cold winter's the United Kingdom, which has been
day, gleefully.
and the cook protested weeplugly their
: Bcott's weazened little face night when his home caught Ore be applied to most of the king's dominIons -
for itself. Timothy complete mystification In the dog's dis
Our work speaks ; flushed under Its mat of 'snow white was surprised and pleased by the alacrity appearance. Sure, they bad thoughthim abroad, with or without statutory
with which they came to render modifications, the killing of the kingIs
he
hair. "That will do, Benjamin, right in the yard-all the time they
said and the old servant their assistance. a capital offence by the statute oftreason.
gravsly/ re declared. He'd been chasing tbe sparrows -
tired. "Sa,," Jackson yelled excitedly to .. It Is there described as '1:001-
and yelping there not ten minutes
his right hand neighbor, "will :you rundown passing or imagining the death of
our
:
"I dunno Hetty he confided to his
since. Ravenor searched the backyard
in all to the corner and turn In the lord the .king.' By later legislation (of
We take a special pride better half, who was washing dishes In alarm" thoroughly the tool house the title
the
1300) elaborate provisions specialto
"seems like Mr.
tbe kitchen, Timothy'sgrowing shed that held tbe ash barrels, even
peaky irritable lately. "I'm awfully sorry, sir" the man'nnswered trials for treason do not apply to ..-
be coil of hose tbat In
I lay one corner
"but I have a lame leg and I assinatlou of the sovereign/ or a direct
"What's he been a-sayln' now!
but no trace of his recent purchase
wheezed Hetty lumbering across the can't run." I could he find. ; attempt on his life, and such offenses
"While I'm getting out some of the are tried In the same manner as willful
room. "I don't set no store by ole After lunch he downtown
be went to
our printing whether it a bach's.; Dey's. powerful peevish. and things will you yell fire'" sold Jackson put an advertisement of his loss In the murder. Tbe result 1* that In substance

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-- hard to suit""I turning to the other man. The afternoon though not In form, the killing
"Clot laryngitis and can't ," said paper. being particularly of.
yell the sovereign I III triable and punishable
don't recomember what he saye4,
4 fine, he decided to" walk home
,"but he the other In a stage whisper. in the same manner. the willful
returned Benjamin dubiously had where
lIe < reached the little square
Jackson gasped; but, pulling himself murder of a subject, but the crown
did look like be mougbt be sayin'something Norwood street crosses the avenue and ?
small order. together, be exclaimed: may direct the execution to be by doe
large befo' long. was striding briskly past the statue In
or "Well, both of you go Into the bouse capIta tloa Instead of hanging.""
Mr. Timothy Scott sat late before his he center of the diminutive park when
and chairs then
bring out alt down
'JU: cheerful fire that evening with a feelIng and enjoy the arelYoutb'l! Compan a dog In full cry after a flock of elusive A Couple of Bulls.
\ ; of discomfort beneath his white lon sparrows dashed past him. In the report of a Dublin charity vrgnnlzatlon -

: P''I;' )J waistcoat whenever his :gate encountered I There could be no mistaking that the following paragraph appeared h

,. .,. the pile of boxes In.the corner of head, those clean cut shoulders the :
Send us a : tbo room. The First Test of Baby's Mind. i distinctive markings of the neck and Notwithstanding the large amount

:- "What are you going to do with u.," Just as the germ of the flower is Sank Ravenor started In pursuit of paid by tbe society for medical attend

they seome'd to ask reproachfully. contained In the'tiniest seed and will the dog."Here. ance and medicine very few deaths occurred ;

"Are you going to send us ou our several reveal itself with, nn absolute certainty you Ptolemy, Ptolemy: Come during the year."

,ways to cheer sorrowful lovers as will rootlets and leaves when proper here I Come here, I I.yl" he cried. Which calls to mind the story of the

Trial Order. : and make little children smile? conditions of heat, moisture and The dog stopped seemed to debate two countrymen who were passing an

No. Mr. Timothy Scott was not going light are accorded, so the germ of the for a moment, then came toward Ra eye hospital famous for its skillful op-

to help the valentines to fulfill their mind of a child Is present In his little Tenor, wriggling his twisted stump of a '. .,

several missions." He frowned aggressively / body and will develop and unfold tall In ridiculous apology "Jack," explained one of them Impressively

Into the lire, and the glowing I self with the growth of tbe latter. I.t'l. "Nice way you deserted me this "In there they'll take your

embers sent shafts of light up the Tbe only way to stop the growth morning, wasn't it?" said. Havener sererely. eves,out and put them on the table In

-, <.iI chimney and framed pictures In which a child's mind Is to atop his body from "Come on with me DOW NlJ trout of yon and let you look at them."

valentines played many a part, and growing. Appetite Is the mother of more back yard orgies for you unless
the mind, and muscle Is its father. A Cool RitarU
that was strange too.
very some one has an eye on you.
"It Is always best to keep cool to
the with" ,
At Its lowest estimate body
There was a picture of a girl, such a lie started homeward, the dog following -
Its bralu Is the tool of the mind, and say nothing unseemly. In a Quarrel"'*
small and with
pretty girl, dainty before
meekly at his heels, but
work cannot be done without, said the careful man. "Then, even If
black hair and soft black She good
eyes. ha reached tbe other aide of the park
I ona Is In the wrong, one seems to have ;
VICKERS worall white gown and a blue ribbon, good tools. he caught the quick tread of light foot
RUSSELL & tbe best of It After a holiday a dissipated .
The first test of muscular vigor, the
and she was giving Mr. Timothy Scotta falls. An agitated voice clone behind
valentine, and Mr Timothy Scott hand grasp, I U nn Indication of the him was saying. "Ob. I beg your par young marquis listened from 1
till 3 In the morning to a terrific
mental possibilities as well. Not one cartain -
seemed to bo very glad to get It And don." '
child of hundred who at ten days lecture from his wife. When atfrflgtu
ont a
there wall another picture of the same He swung about to dud himself face
girl!, and a white gown and a blue rib- of ageI1'n..p./ firmly and clings to a to face with Katherlne Gray Itavenor the nuiruhloncss paused a to* "

bon, but her eyes were full of tears finger_ or pencil rubbed against Ills unconsciously stiffened. It was a trifle meut.. her husband murmured politely:
pink little palm will ever fall below Well, all I have to say, my dare hIs
and pleading while Mr. Scott
Timothy disconcerting t...--como thus abruptly
-** ** 0 KiWWP was'frowning at her with, thick brows the average Intelligence of his race.-* upon a girl! with whom bo had quarreled (lint a person of your' refinement and

drawn closely together and a very an Woods Irutcbln .. In Woman's but a abort week before-a girl good bl'ledlolUllbt! to be above talk:
drunken
lug to a fallow this tilDe
l at >
n munten.uee, and.! Jjung: Mr, Scott Home Companion wb.o. beforj that! '\gnarr*} had been the of night'" ._

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to your friends, as we want
t in so far as it comes at a

ti time when you have the best everybody to get the benefit

of the great bargains we are
part of the season before you

( 4 to secure the benefit of these offering.

., goods. Buy all you need. --

'ti, Store closes 2 p. m. Thursday.


New Merryday Block.


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' The old adage 'Tis an ill wind that blows no one good" is truly exemplified in this MAY


STOCK REDUCTION SALE, which is a direct result or aftermath of the financial stringency.

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While our trade is all that we could expect under the circumstances, we have too many goods and


we must reduce our stock and we propose to make this the Greatest Bargain Sale in the historyof


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You will not find any city store offering such values as we are, offering in this sale. We invite

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( glance at the items on this page will give you an idea of the exceptional bargains, but our


space is limited and only a visit to the store can give you_ the proper conception of these wonderful


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Laces and Embroidery White Goods at-Prices You Could Coats' Spool Cotton per spool aWe
.o"\-- can save yon big money here. We have some Hardly Expect Coats: Darning Cotton, per spool .2c -
odds and ends that! will go at about half price. Sc India Linon one'a 1 Coats' Silk. Finish Crochet Cotton, per spool of 100
quality equal to Degrade,
any !
\ 500 yards! Embroidery, worth 6c to Tc, all go at this tale Oc y nts . . . .3-:
this sale at 4c aDd' Good White Envelopes, Xos. Sand 6J, at :
: Ocr lOc grade, very sheer l fine, at. tc12c -He
A big lot worth lOc. to go at 7e at LOc Good Pearl Buttons . 2c, 8c aud'fic
12i and lac quality' this sale . lOc 15c India quality liuon, this sale 12c Invisible Hooks and Eyes. 20
20 to 25c EJ.Dbrolderlt" go at ; 15c and 190 ISo India Linon, this sale 14c25c Good Brass Safety Pins . . .225c *- ,
See this line and you will appreciate these values. India Linon, fine, at Itte Meonetr's Talcum Powder, the genuine kind. 18c
r very
r and Underwear at Hill Prices.85c quality at. . . . 25cFine SI guaranteed Alarm Clocks, this sale at . .49u
Hosiery Dot Swisses under value. The best 25c Hose Supporters at .'. iQg
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The best lOc grade Hose all go; at 7} Soft Mercerized Chiffonetts Swiss at lOo
Checks,
15c quality at 12e. Lingerie The best 50e Corset this sale. . .
\\'h"Good in this. sale 19c 80-
an a iIC a go at
e All tae Hosiery, in misses' children's and I ladies', In"h't' Madras. . .from lOc yard up All I regular1,00 Corsets stock reducing sale price
white and black stock reduction sale::L Ir pr 21o fr0
50c !and fiOc grade all go at 42c All others in"
t' Notions of All Kinds proportion.
Ladies' good bleached I'ndervest taped neck, a regular -
lOc vest stock redaction sale price Sc At the smallest imaginable pricers saving of oue- Your Spring Suit f
-;;-' s Our 12feaud 15c Vests go in this saleat lOcand 12e fourth to one-half. Read the list over carefully. Won't be complete without a brand now bag and
'' "5c Lisle and Mercerized Vest at 19c Good Machine Thread-200 yards spool Sc belt, a splendid sorsment from which to select
85: and 89c Vests all go at 25c 500 yards spool EC from which to select at about less than value. ,

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Sheets and Pillow Cases sale d.
Dress Goods Ready-made lUg: M-'
A few *10 Taffetta Silk Skirto. ttt doss at. COS uc h Black TaBeta,1.89.atae!!', at. 9so
Wholesale t I
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If interested ia this line at Prices.72xOO Oar 12.50 Black I 86-inch best
you are we can save you Taffeta Silk, at . 8.0S grade 1.50 Black Taffeta at 1 19
BIG MONEY. We have made a big cat on all Good Sheets" seamed 89oS2x9O 80-inch, wu2.00grl del'tducedlol.6i 1'89
,this
oar Dress Goods for this Stock Reduction Sale. : Linen Finish, per sheet MOo Wash Goods 27,iiich Fancy Silks 1.00 and sale,

-IO-iuchinyi.ibie Striped Mohair, inaUIt'Adicgcol. 81x90 Mohawk Sheets, good, none better . COc.73cSlxOO Xe.rlforeha: ; our stock l hen ao this sale at . . IM. : .value. aU go in i

ors, for this sale at 43e 009O Mohawk, none as better Peppereil. . 70c84x42 in this line." Better patterns, larger variey pand Other Fancy Silks, worth op lo 9Oc,at 49,69.t 09q
Well worth Kc. All other dress goods in proportion. Linen Finish Pillow Cases, the kiod that any you will find the prlHr this sale far below" any 24 and 27'inch China Silks, 50 and 60c in
other special sale qnotition: << io any city.Ve light blue quality'
one you 15c for, lOc mustreduce navy Copeuhageh' pink red
' Mks . stock and these prices will do it: gre4tn. lavender light
s* Lawns 83x42:: Pillow Cases 15o brown and tan. ilJ these
Fancy 4ox8o Mohawk Pillow Cases Fancy! Dress Ginghams! a good lOc grade. at N?' lit . . K"
Big! variety ot Patterns, beautiful designs, and the 5S-inch White aud Red Table Linen, this sale at 19c Lm-u Finish Ginghams, worth 1 Ic and 12c:! go at PC iuchblack white aud Cream" 880 per yard
d price is actually below cost of production.. The best :2oc! quality. All others at big reductions. A. F. C. Gingham, everybody knows this brand: sale at China Silk, tare.
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must reduce, so they go. none better, sold everywhere at loc, a variety ofshirt __ . 42jc
27-inch Fancy Lawns, Sc values, big variety of pat- Ladies' Fine Skirts and dress patterns, stock reducing sale
F M1 terns. this sale lit. 00: per. 10e Bleached Muslins and SheetingsXoswithstanding
27-inch Fancy Lawn., pretty assortment of I'e, pride ourselves on the excellent values we can Fine Apron Ginghams; sold by many for Arooskeae
lOc and 12c value at 7Jc offer in Ladies' Fine Skirts.! The assortment is one an d almost as good, at .... JL the heavy advance in all clas.ss
;27-inch: Fancy Lawns and Organdies, fine variety: cf of the moat comprehensive; offered in this community Genuine Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams, sold of cotton g wale, we can give you prices here that
and loc quality, all oat1Qs embodying! every new fabric,pattern style and everywhere at lOc, this .ale. .C will astonish! yon. Compare them with one'
l and 20c flue quality Batiste- and Organdie 12J25c combination introduced as correct for the_pring 86-mob Dimity Strips Percale, regular 15. quality quality and pricES, and any
Faricf Lawn., Organdies and fine Zephyrs. Giugand summer of 1903. Th values are the most gen- -.1Uful' shirt and shirt waist pattern, stock re.: can save about 25 get your supply while you
1 hams, reduction sale price ISta I'roospresent-ed.ul'v..rylkini.anexampleoC.'il1-! : dueUlgeal.epnce., . "JT .i lIcb per cent.
Our 800 Embroidered Lawns Swisses and fine Giu fill and thorough tailoring, insuring shapeneva and All bo1It.! Calico sold at. 8c and Oo everywhere e..T fair quality Blanching at. . 4 J2hauu
all go at . .24oLadies general! satisfaction. Just look at theM offerings: Irgas8. rtin ut of ;,at rns. lour choice for this 2.-inch fine and soft Blnaching' &
1 lot Wash Skirts, made of fine linen andto Poplin: Linens ': . . 6c 83-inch soft and fine Bleaching .
white pink, blue anal tan, worth op 41.75, lac quality whIte and aUlt'adiu/color. Much + QoOo
Shirt Waists I this sale at tWc thin sale at. / ; 86b' formerlyeId a.0...:, this sale . 'C
Seldom are such opportunities seasons Oar *:2.0Oand 2.5O values go at ;1.49 Sft-inch Auto Cloth. the j genuine!< kind, this sale 12 10.; formerly lOo, at 80
models in Shin Waists at remarkable price*. Our $.50 and 4 00 values. all linen! at 2.43 Genuine Indian Indian lead at Oc, lie and 12. 0 oo- nch heavy grade, formerly Ho, at .
We never before had such a Our $ .OO and 0.00 values all linen at 8.03 ti so-inch Fruit. of the Loom aDd Louedaie

Fine Waists nicely trimmed varietyfine selectwith allover Elegant! .Panams5kirtauldA.. values, at 2.09 Silks I Silks I 11 I this tale at . . . . "Bleaching. 1 ;
Fine .OO and
$ 6.0Ogrades
1.50 f2.0O, redactionsale We Fine Cambric --
worth to
embroidery! } . CAn surprise you in the wood valuo rnsdale Finish. . . 100
price. . ;, go at. 3.9S are showing you in Silks: in Taffrti w. Berkley Coroner '
Others much'finer at' U.21.48, $1.98. $ ....A t'.9.i Very finest Sicilliau Skirt., plain and invisible Silks._ We offer the : 1 plain and fallCY. at. . Cambric, soft and.fine, Ilia value
Not one but wbat it worth twice the price. asked stripes, the latest *J and f 7 values, at. 4.59 had io 26 and 8/.ineh.)largest m"ost' we ban .nr : . '. . . . 111,20
in this sale! at". fl-83 Fine foilSkirt.., sold in any city at $7 and$3. have They sold aDd We Berkley 100 CambrlG,. e'er fine
this
Our I7.0O) Wants to go put a prico on them that will them ule.t. y \Id at 20c! ,
r Get your wormer aupply now. Yon can't. buy OurSlO OOal1dtl.OO'oll. Skirts "-lllgoat. 6.DS thi :! Reduction Sele. make goat. : ... . . . 160v
?e the material this price. J18 Voile, very fine and and up to date, this 86-ineh Black Taffeta.2'a value I at Lonldale price, Cambne. eLeap a'. 1-. ,t..It '._..J' 't"
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Come to us I Eescent ,City Ne""S. '

BACKACHE.
for your -- Laces White Goods '
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Personal and Social \ the should '
SpringGarden Any woman wanting; newest see what -
t" t ; Hi-y jjSS .6l? i we offer.
,,, wrote you for advice writes Leila Hagood.
Peaches are being shipped from : We do< not cater to cheap trade. Every selection is 4'
Seed : J JOj' Tenn. "about terrible backache
and
here my
: place this week. gem. Let us show them to you. The weather ii

Monday's bout carried out peaches, | : pains In my abdomen and shoulders. I just right for what we offer.

New. tock. I ouoamberi, squash and oranges. I .this way nine years and five doctors :

: Has JUBtArrived. 905 The boxes Williams or June grove bloom has oranges shipped i to relieve me. On your advice I aook The C. H. Preston Co.CreSayra'ii1 : ,

this munth She of Cardul, which, at once relieved my pains
To Nat ..r&Jr1tFLORIDA !a''n1 a1 v 11=' IT
M. U. White mid Capt. 8. M. La this fact I am entirely cured. I am sure that
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Brco. were business visitors to Paint bow Just saved my life." -

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Fine Stationery and Toilet A. Hitrlbut has commenced ililp- a Her novel is a safe and reliable remedy for all female EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

ping his late oranges, of which he
Articles.Lcund'sEJrug. I haw a One crop. her such as peri TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. 1908

I The water III lake Crescent 'Is times derful 'pains, irregulari ( TRIE: : ADVICE I I P40 99 No. 29 No 78 No95
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Wrlle ui a l laitee determine. all MAIN LINE
: lower than It Has been In tnany Violet down sen your symptom, and we will sand you I Daily Daily I Daily Dally
Store IOrelcent Tbo Free Advlca.I : In plain Haled envelope., I 't'idptn 920 am ,y.............. n" .on. ......_..... r "? 26 I'm ttI---.u---
years. ;":I, headache diz Addre... Ladle'Advlnory Department. I 625 pm tom .m Ar.........cc ",",,. "..,........ 10 pm 7 80 a..
'Clty, Fin. The Crescent City weather, report stinging Into them backache eft.UOe.C.TCflfl.Th.Ch..n.III.dlcln.Co..Ch.. J13".- I 'V 152pm 12 pm ltdIt I 23 p.o alIt lv: :::::.0..lta..t::::.. ..')rr.:": ,:t"t:::::::: : : : 5 504 U p.n pm :: ::
failed to reach us this week-the first 1126 pm I ill pm Ly..I..L.. 'OT pn 4111 am

3)I) ; failure in over six years. stand light of six ii 1010pm is p.o 5 R2ipo 8) I I'm:: t ::::::::::'.,.;....1.'rt.4i..yra..I.:! .:::::::::.Ly, Ira:: 5115 las set am
I ImIIII. _nllll11.IIfIIJlKmillllIIIEUIIfl1I'III1.! 1200 ft' S 12 pm Lv'i. ...................I.y 12 821'10 1 52 am
The dry weather Is again puttingthe eyes Drud-Store In $1.00 bottles. Try It. 12"' am I,it pm I........... ....IC.kl..II..I.y. 1228 I'D' 14 am
12 so .10 ,1\1, l.y..I.:"," 1I..lIlo..L. II" I"
pm am
orange grower on the anxious But hdr IUOarn &001"" ............, ",,,"",',............Lv lI"a'' am n lOR am
gQ QQ g seat. HU fruit I Is fast. a 110 am 'oopm l.y..............P I I.I.lo".I.v 9&11am 11 l pm
dropping
boo .10 oe Ar.'o.t ""nhn IIr..nh..Ly.
788 .06
M. H. READ Panama 888 .10 10.18 i..o pm LY..I'. ..... ... ,............ 0 r.o am ant 7 21 pm
The peach crop of Seville 1 Is said to lag W I 8Ii l.a 11 44 ,pm Ar................... I ..... .................. 5 00 0 820 pm fom
be short, though the fruit Is tlOOll.on .760 .m I.v..........AII"ml .................Ar OIl 10 pm lsOOpm
_ some a selfisli ECAR ill 00 am .10&11 am Ar......... .1I.'nn..I.' ....... ...I.y .UO 1a 00
REAL ESTATE. larger than usual. Shipment began the girl 0 U I t8 00 pm ........................ .......... ... -.. Ko--,_"._", 'k.--. "-...Lv ...... ......pm............ $10 pIn.10

) Croent City Flo. this week. tLo soul OF .Dally except Sundnr- tOun""r'- fttnl TliurnilnyM. on I ty. -' ITesday.and Butordaysionly.PALATKA .

Mrs. Charlotte B. West, who has on .--.- -- ---- nRANCM_ ,
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been spending several weeks at Summervllle She Leay. EAST PALATK.Lo..... PALATKA TO Adv.Paifca .
? The Howe property-"Ures- S. O., has gone to her home. the car's "a St. Andrew dance" FE'bERAL POINT. : TO PALArK\ Pr.lt.lk.. P.ln.k" EAST PALATKA P,I': ..

|cent Hill"-Is now on the mark < : In Winchester, Mass. "granny" : a Ono assumption .or Too.m .,.0..No. 411 i/ally:-::-.:- 'ono! ;,am lieam =..,:::No7i: : > i;':.:::= en ameat '
et. hugo ma, A Famed Agricultural Spotin ..n ............1 - attention to 'V.1Miller's launch, which Is all the Janet And again the ......,.....No. tiC am. 1'18' ftn, ............S... M .lally......._... sa ....
Particular given ] Putnam County.The 11110.10 ............No. 112 |I"" toil I'm ........_ No. St 1..lIy............ UII pm
Crescent City property listed for charter for moonlight rides and cblu. 4 011 pm 54 i'oiIV..a' ..nib p,n .1 JI1I'on &6 1..lIy.............41101'11I
day picnics Is doing oomtlderablebuslnesK. Is so tiresome" said following 'appeared In fast bet pm fie .. pm. 7I33. pili. .ho. 0? hIlly.. ........... 725 pmelpm
with me. Peggy week's number of the New York ? I'Je. '15 I"" 811' pm 89 I>nll......"..... """ .n
The launch accommodates Janet to unlace
eeeeeooe'' turned out her dinner Packer: _ __ __,,8ANMU PRtNCPI __ __ _
some 16 or 20 people oomfortnbly spread "Federal Point Is one of the most ,
Gregory to think that Mat prolific agricultural In Florida. Leave. EAST PALATICA "" SAN MATLO TO "'m"..
spots Ea. PI Eo.
Mr. T. S. DeVeau and her slater, He bad right to skate with me. Located ou the broad tit.:! Johns Pca BAN MATPO I M"Y"\I\ L'.v.l EAST PALATKA .
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? I.: Spsncor: Mrs. Paine, left this week for New glances, old friends before Fred river three miles from Hastings; ito am ..... ....No. 40 JolI I ...... ..:. :; I .NO. 130 l'eliY ......,....SiC ;
York where they will spend the squirm Nat bus Improved too has the advantage of water protection -5 18 pm ............N... tO 1I''Jr' .. ...'=. !I,,;' N'.. tt ii..Iiy .......... hiJ

Dentist., summer with relatives and friend She : so?" during cold periods in winter J I No.n Neitli 1<0.11 M'VI'Ottr No. It I Nu.II: No. "
stantly to plait cblflon and a. temperate climate in early I Daily Daily DaIly rlIArlCIl, ball,. I DoIIr; Daily
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The Preston-Miller
Company Is spring which has the elect of I
pro- -
Btnot.ntOltv cough not coma unplatted. t 800pm 200 Odtnt i.Je'k..ovite: Ar j 7t'Oem iiiij;;;;
pOe at Beatdeno on vroapect making some high-grade red cedar ducting a much earlier crop than p.o fiani em
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e 1021nm 1."I'.lnll.l.y. :20 I S ( "
Florida ing pose, that be bas changed OIU" 84111"" am "a 20p'
buckets which are about the prettiest farther inland and as a result Fed 8&II pm 240 I.m 102.0'fl I.v.AlllI.' lIoI'h, Lv 818* ion III ItS ant 111& pm
deception .-her face now as rosy eral Point has' Its potato crop long .:-. .: 7tOpnfltOOp.n I'H,, ". ...: I.'j. .!!- e1'ri 1120am 500pmI
In the bucket hue turned
thing out
so since shipped and realized the early No.5 No. I Mo.' alio.4/ ". 9 10D"r
III this country. their moment: Nat Greg- high market price. This In also a I; 1>.11, Or.",.CIIr: 1S.h I 1',"I, nI. J .. lenlord BrawN t'uI,.
5,. John River by Daylight. broadened fine orange country and while there 5.. S/ln/ ...i4on. | tv p K tn .' -/In./ H/I./ _ _ n.14un.
)(r.. Annie E. Dupee and Miss of before the grate Ore In are not many growers here yet those 940 pm goo-;;;;; Lv.No.;;8..yrn.; : ;," \1. 1 "-1'/1) /t., "'.. / 'Irl' n'n- r.v TItIl'III.Ar.. 12' pm

io: Beach & Miller Line Dupee, of Boston, who have been men So bo violet a ribbons.parcel of Then letters be who had the nerve to build again gg: pm pn Iggg:: Lv.1.v.Or.e: i.nke. UoIo City I ,. Lv Lv.Il.t l.I'AJ t'n I'::,, 4 ll t, gn'l.I'I : .1: ..ftlU, Ar.....:..l4ufori.. .. .:...::: ..510.,, .5,0.. .. -.

guests. Grove Hall for some weeks, girl next ,, chuckling eloquent after the MR freeze of 1HIMO\ have 8.n pm 1100am 'r. O RJ1!! :!g.J' IJ J"!! H.( : "" .=. ...... ....... ..... .... ........:.;:
CRESCENT. left on Monday for the north. The reaped a harvest of many years __(In..oo.lnn_ nrvlo. t > '< t.c'Ve.t 'oct 'tt.qs.I'fhe. .
Steamer returned tbe letters, ribbon and since. Wherever the mocking bird ... !,..: .,. -. .
ladles pleased with .. TIM TM KI.K9 HI > .. ,elC lio to an.e -
were greatly different coals. his ijhow i-na.i \ I iimr n I..n..1
& sings beet the orange tree Is pro ,. .. tI.tim .
and depart front the .n.I"'I. -t iit tln-lr wrt-lviti r ilpitriMr *t *
Crescent City.H. friendly I when she peeped at mo life, and the mocking bird i Is certainly .t.t* litilil l Ihnl' ret TM 3ecksonft1eonTuesdeyu" : ,Thursday: II. Cooper left lust week for bis sense of 1 big mum. Of course I in evidence at Federal Point. NOV en.c.ave ". .".. ... _. i-. ..__ ..____ ___ -" _
Baturdaya: at IM: .. m. for Ormn Covo4ka Barton for her but some- "Among the leading growers here tlta f.ocn T1 v,i 4 sri or 01 liar Information
Creacant City; .and principal Way: home In Philadelphia. Mr. Cooper'n men-her are B. I. Merwln, who has one of the FOo'H.rJ.j.{ 'j'yIj3 "riii' .AtA.L'N'U',"
tins-. departure Is greatly; regretted; by a was all up when she beat all round country homes In J.D.RAHNERAssistant: General i'.ie.. Aiel.. b'l' AiJUU'hiNn. FLORIDA
For look to
the other
make .. .
raloC.I..Oreooeololt7011; WadnMFrldaya large circle of friend He has spent Florida. This farm Is Irrigated froma ------ -
,, : and Monday at 7 a.m. the winter as usual with Mr. and duckling for Us- Heavens Janet, bow I used flowing well which has not a superior : '
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wliart footol Laura
onvlll Mrs. Fred. Anderson.H. matches squirm. And whore la Mr. Merwln grows the best of everything *
|bon M E. Vv aid's bond as Justice of the youngest, she had been Ltd- and his potatoes were of the '
_. Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
_ tea Barf root of Lemon .t
peace for this district wa approvedat I considered : ? By Jove come to first to reach the market this season
,. -- been so never looked to sea realizing satisfactory prices.
the last meeting; of the board of tiful ."a. W. Wilkinson grows potatoes
by a dimple or not In the
f. CLARK, Traffic Manager, County Commissioners and his commission There and otber vegetabes In season and Goes Everywhere I
from the be was also an early shipper this year.
Fla. governor can and
Jacksonville. young be sat very quiet "it: ). W. Johnson snipped from ID ,
looked for now almost any day. said that mass of letters turn acres. of potatoes and grows other North South East and West. '

k K. Boreen has a new drive well recently lied bar to yellowish pink; anil vegetables during the season. He ,
A. TORREY. put down by Mr. Bevlos and ter around ; Then whistling ba also bas a fine young orange grove

from which of tbe library closed tbe which promises a good crop for the Through Pullman Service All Trains
lertaker and Emfialmer. an unfailing supply through the desk early fall tnarktt. .
telephone.
Ii pure water comes from a depth of 80 watching up "E. 8. Hubbard, general merchant "
Miss Janet Bar.
l 1 line ot Caskets and Oofflns feet. This water comes from the chap Yes dock owner and all round businessman 'Consult the "Purple Folder.
Hello Janet,, Is this and farmer combined, has the
ephone crevice of a rock. the aisle -Nat Gregory. Ob, I
i picture place in this section of country -
CENT CITY FLOBIDAiscent W. F. Olynn leaves this week for Peggy think that you did not a lo-acre orange and grapefruitgrove
his home-Boston. During his stay So be avcnlng."I Are ;you going to on the banks of tit. Johns :
Ho would dance tomorrow nlgbt? river and this season had 2G acres of For further information, rates, schedules and reservations -
has had his
here Mr. Ulynn big
grove which well and
Janet potatoes produed
answer
question.
City Transfer Co. In first-clans shape. He has fin.proepects ,- my
sold market
put How early when the was ticket call write
I'm coming about 8:30.: see your nearest agent or on or
for a large; crop of fruit the many trips good. Mr. Hubbard Is a lender In !
all trains at Oresor nt Clt1.luno.. to call on-er-other Horticultural
I and
agricultural association -
.' coming year.B. himself- came 'out All right' work in this part of Florida FRANK C. BOYLSTON or A. W. FRITOT
Night trains by appointment.B. ,
B. Harris has fixed up a very Peggy a minute. Say I and is. a general authority on all ,
U. LABBEE. Manager. neat and attractive barber slop In, veranda would you mind telling matters pertaining to farm Industrial T. P. A., Div. P. A.
south or Mrs.Shllw' where ; have a dimple In progress." -
the Hills building; junt
matinee '( really, I never did- Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville Fla.
,, store. The floors are carpeted ,
B HARRIS, : anil comfortable seats are provided and of the Peggy
tbe receiver crossed. to
Barber : patrons who are obliged to wait the matter by the aid of tbe low Without
call of "next." ments In ; bin tie. But
CRESCENT CITYran where be Our Only Place of Businessis
There was more shooting on the done mechanically

-- streets at a lute hour Saturday night and Janet very gently to the at address below where in stock '
we of
skating AlcoholA carry a large supply
shop and a clean, .&U.f&oSha.e n kind of peace dlsturbunce that doe. making : reflection In tbe glass Engines. Boilers, Saw Mill, Kdgers Planers, Shingle Machines,
and Hair Cut
r. Try me. guaran-tt.nna not bode good to the general reputa. the sowe(11'ls can say 'of Tonic Without AlcoholA Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws Belting and
lion of the town. nd matter If It U What a It sound like some Strong Supplies. Write us what you want we can supply you and save you

done In fun and for the purpose of been In ; I better. Funny-no, Body Builder Without AlcoholA money.
: Private Hospital and annoying; the marshal. bored she ", then ba leaned back
lie was chair In the Blood Purifier Without AlcoholA
Harriet Booker, a colored woman Malsby Co.
The
Sanitarium. contentedly. This was #
who has lived many years here, died duly decidedly bet Crest Alterative Without AlcoholA _
;jr fnclllty of medloal tof the and proper aurRloal troatn.eutre cation on Friday last after a lingering Ill Ibo full S. Forsyth
4I
leal appllanoee, tralnixl nur.... quiet ness. She was burled the following without Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol .. )

1I001IIY.I"nt. .Term HpeolMl on applloutlon attention given Ho. to tit day, her funeral being generally at. upon Ka.: Cured. '- Atlanta

I .Ave U. -A.Dftvtofla HLUUK, rin and R. nAWE.Pby.I.I" tended by the colored people of the face and u they cannot Ayer's SaraaparllU Without Alcohol ,, Qa.
... thing the llBeana. Catarrh lee
& In Charge.
_ place. fllHuiuo and III ordnr lo
"I late Inturnnl remedied. W* publish j eroe..a.wb.eI.h_ .
Quite a large party of young people la taken Internally, and
a year ".15.5.1ger
i you want a Cool Drink went to Welaka last Sunday on W. saying to ; binoi I. not nndmucoua a qilnck. tnedlolno.."r',,,,_ A 'y from w.ourmsKtlOaOAyer's ...... yo.. to" Georgia Brick For Sale SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

M. Miller's launch. Among then get ; one of the boat phyHlolttn. .0..1t;"0".
dealer for I yvaraantllaa I regular*. d......
your FLORIDA TIMFS-LNION!
present were Mesdames C. J. Hunter you all a : : : of the beat tonloa In any desired quantity. Full

ktled Soda and Howard Math' Misses Hunter wardness. ttia'" the tnuuoua best' blood aurfA3en.purldora The. Fills are liver pills. They set Standard Size. Will save in The Great State Paper

and Mathls. and Messrs. D. J- Paul a decent ;:: : of the two Ingredlenta 10 directly on the liver, mike more bile the brick mason's labor and DAILY AND SUNDAY _MOUTH
_ Mnrsden wonderful reaulta Incur* secreted. "This is why they are so valuable Tone Month-..II Month..i3Tonla
covered 10 cent. "MO.lb..8
i by tbeCity Jr., E. D. Lounds a"d Clifford Hun sively for teetlmonlale,.... In constipation, blllou.nellt dyspepsia space per ttoa
dinner CO., Toledo O. Size 2| x 4x8. Pretty red in
I Bottling Works. ter. The party enjoyed a plcnlo chievously 78o. sick-headache. Ask your doctorIf The SemL.Weeklyllmes-Unlenand
on Dunn's Creek. on skates, ; : : are tha beet he knows s better laxative pill. color. See me before you The Farmer and fruit Grower.
] "Do -Mad.or.1a.1. O.j.r Co. Lowell Mai..- purchase I will send you
Javore-Cool. Refreshing The Baptist society will hold services come. precocious. boy. This Its Pyid., Im,,. 84m1.W..ekIy. 4.
"I samples on application.Bricks Aoltmi I'.d.: Cltu.Fuii.. ii,.

I oratiup local ; You can If nob get it send of !Sunday: In for their the new first church time,house the work next afternoon.tie girl If Jimmy's to s reception care. With leav-an Cows FOR fresh.SALE.-Excellent Two (trade milkers.Jersey smooth. are side cut and '1OC.'Ii.1a".::.';, :::".:: :,f ...r'r "

) grocer., or completion being sufficiently ad. locked bis said on her return: Gentle. 8 O. WABNKK, Pulatka. Florida Tlmas-Uolop Ja cksomllle, lit

J to ua.4RY vanced to permit Its occupancy.Rev. net had .. you wouldn't make 5l.4tChamberlain' L. S. KILLINQSWORTH,
again nit was so bad
__ SCHOOP,-Prop. Mr. Oleger; of Apopka. secretary ba I two mince pies and Colic.Diarrhoea Chol-ra Rcmxlr.Memfalla and. Hastings, Fla. News
Palatka Florida.huy of the state board of missions. little to nmilne him." BUT II now. u may ear.Ufa. Palatka $1.00 a year.
Is expected to be present and offi freclntlre -- --- -- .,
elate. Rev. Mr. Cate leaves the following thought to
| tVblte-DM\ yr ole mun Jacksonville where her trim
[ I n bin holler when be funnel out week for No she
nu bad been smoking bit claorsTr he Is under contract to build another winter

| 8IA k-You bet be did. church. There Is strong probabilitythat a tea.

Ibnt did, tae'sayr he will bn called) to the p"lorate of the

dn't have to .Ry .nothln. Ha got here In which event hU family will think

Bolter out o' pie." Knnsfl, City. not no to Jacksonville wltu him. did and

book. The New York Pucker of HIH 18th and a lack

A, I.ITWO 8 I>ROIt has the following concerning lorldaorllllg.s bave
t anal condition of any chIM that In New York i "Present receipts Tbey

-orms-If It lives. Think of having I of Florida( oranges are In very of homo
thing la t"rauoli that all
your eate small lots. The demand for fancy) 11.8; swirl
ke as oourlahmant. Nine tenths and for this fancy prices they reacb The discrimmaHnq tfar.mer ofSLOAN'S
bsbles have worms, may bo yours I fruit Is good ( : keeps a supply
Be most of the oranges now :
certain tbat It hoe not b, glv.White' are paid. but
Cream Vermifuge ex- coming out of Florida are very poor. "Indeed,
) ;
.\_II Prlo worms 25centa.and Is Sold a totila by Aolter-for the Some real fancy oranges for during as high the In ed tbls member LINIMENTFor !
small
|.tewsrtDrug Do week; sold In a way den has .
_ as .* 00 to ....50 and less desirable at through
: curb
spavin splinh hock. founder strained
'e3 seem to *be having s duet Inelt $2.60. Florida grapefruit Is aUo running Janet sweeny. capped
suit" Tes; tb. man prac.
sells .t.. wide
and
on the comet while his wife irregular In most tendons, wind puffs and all lameness in horses-
grapefruit
-:1..lao": Plain Dealer range of prices. Fancy dimple In
Bon wru DB BoxsL1 some Instances) ha. sold a. high as $5 Janet bud For thrush, foot rot and garget on cattle and sheep-
to to In

_ps. brol.always..., bumps Rottlbg burn ooratobos or scalds.; outs) $to t.5O.$ff"and .poor_ _down__ __ $1.26 eyes night"I'm If I For: hog distemper, hog cholera thumps and scours in hogs-


J. neglect serious. auoh It you thing do.*-4ppl-r-Bal they may.. "I have be'ij. somewhat JII costive t: the, -drew"You'd near For, 'diarrhoea .canker and roup' in poultry -
gave
Snow flS right Llnlmont way and.coordlnn 1C will relieve to dl- SiS..SKH' act mildly and...- home" : AT ALL DEALERS PRICE 25s,504Z.LOO ,
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ai In and and$$1.00 heal Bold the trouble.by Aekerman Price \ BKrause. 806 Wainut'P.perreotlv.Ue.rge .. I there's tomorrow a for free book on Horaes. CaUle. Hogs and PoultryAddress Dr.EarlS.Sloan. BoiWn. Mass.,

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The Palntka News I Capt. William Moiety Husson, j A TRACKLESSTROLLEY tin Paving Problem. I

(OOJr UunJ)). The recent resolution of the city
Last week the people of Palatka May Soon Transport PMICn- council designating certain down Extra

.: j. """" "" "" were shocked upon bearing of the fieri Through VTIv Streets town streets to be paved with brick I Kennerly Hardware Co.,
i" sudden death and antltnely end of Of Palatka.An has caused no end of discussion and

_c. City Happenings and one of her most splendid former cltl- ordinance was presented It, the protest from tax payers, ; living on !
i lens, Capt. William Moseley liurson. not favored. I SPECIAL
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streets
Its Tuesday -DEALERS tWHardware --
City Council at meeting
: Personal mention.Miss William Mosely Husson was born These obleotlons took the form of :
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at Clason Point, West Chester. New night to grant a ht-of-way residents -
."" "" .." ... certain of Palatka to a protest. generally signed by
.. "" through streets
York, on the 27th day of July, A. D. and which Stoves
of the west end ) I
and Lawns pretty
the American Trackless Trolley
Lillian Ryan' U Bpendluff the 1856His maternal grandfather was was presented to the council at Its 24-inch ,

week In St. Augustine. the first governor of the state of Electric Light" Power. company for meeting on Tuesday night. patterns . oc yd I
the of DO
term
.. James ,'v. Beck of Edgar was a Florida the Hot William D. Hosely. franchise years.The Is asked In consideration These west end protestants urge Farm Implements and

. .pleasant visitor la the city Tuesday. His maternal grandmother was of tbe greatly enhanced value that the plan of the council to have 80-inch Lawns. .9C' yd i
Miss Susan Hill of Lenolr County, with
few down town streets paved
' ,. Last Friday' baseball be State North Carolina His mot her that will accrue to the property of the Burred Muslin I
game the and for the of aidIng vitrified brick Is unfair to great White Garden Tools.
I city purpose
tween the Palatka and Jacksonville was Miss /Susan: Hill Moseley the body ot tax payers who get little direct -
. clubs, was a tie. second daughter of Governor Mose. and encouraging a public. Improvement benefit. They do not believe fine. 10 and 150 yd
and convenience.The
I Carl Brubaker of Jacksonville ley. His paternal French grandfather was streets through which the that more than (22,000 of the paving Val Laces 5 to 15c yd l Fine Cutlery.Agents
Joseph ilusson
a Hueguenotof bonds should be used for orick paving -
la the Is Lemon
Sunday asked
' pent city with relatives right-of-way are:
.. Dijon, France, who came to New should be
and friends. street from the river to the grant but that enough reserved Fine Apron Ginghamat.
York about 1812. where he met Miss from the sale of these bonds
H. E. Day a prominent railroad Rachl Cohu of tbe Episcopal Parish line Madison; water streets street from Rutledge Laurel from to to hard surface other important residence at. . . 6c yd for the celebrated
otnolal of Jacksonville of /Saint Marie de Castro. Isle of ;
, :
was a guest streets. The protest was
. at tbe Saratoga on Wednesday. Guernsey, near France who became Lemon Kutledge to Main to Rose streets streets; Orange and from the signed by leading property holdersof should not mns! these. Oliver Chilled ,Plows.
hlsw'fe. and the mother of JosephHusson ;
: A. P. De Wolf,', one of the big right-of-way to tbe approach of the the west end.
I orange growers of the Crescent City born November, 24th, 1813. bridge over the St. Johns river The council discussed the paving Hattie N. Buky

section, was a visitor In tbe city on i In New York Joseph HUHSOII being wherever that structure may bo.! located. problem until late In the nlurnt ana I' Planet Jr. Implements.
the father of the deceased. In 1887
; ; Wednesday. then adjourned until Friday: night I Palatka, Fla. r
Captain William Moseley Husson '1 he franchise is asked for a period when the business of the month will -
f. : H. Finley Tucker has sold the old : was married to Miss Margaret B. Of HO with privilege of renewal, again be taken up. ( tThlsi; Store closes every
Baptist church lot and the church Moragne, of Palatka, she being the provided years tbe construct and' It begins to look as If the peopleof ) Thursday afternoon at -

I society bought Its new site through i granddaughter of Governor Moseley In operation company at least one mile of i'alatkawouid find it hard to agreeon 4 o'clock.. i
put
! his real and the daughter of Doctor Morsgne.. :
estate agency. road within one year from the pas a system of paving that/ will -. I THE
To this union. born
one son was
I meet general Many are --
of the franchise ordinance. approval. -
Capt. J. E. Lucas has gone to sage
named William Husson,
Boulder, Colorado. where he will' Moragne In case the franchise Is granted opposed to rockor shell streets.
enter the Kellogg Sanitarium for now aged seventeen year. and a stu- the company Is to run Its car. on a They maintain that at best they are r i Hardware Co.
I. dent of the Naval Preparatory Schoolat Kennerly
. treatment. : I schedule approved by the council only temporary, and point to the
Annapolis, Md. fact that PalalKU, has had enough ,
I and tbe rate of fare for one continuous -
Dr. Andrew Sledd president of Captain Husson at the Him of fourteen ride Is fixed at I 6 cents. experience In t that line. These men Whits Dress Goods Selling atActual \

: .. the University of Florida. Oalll..e."lIIe French years entered the Ferzandie. 'I'he ordinance was referred to the say they would prefer the more permanent I Palatka. Florldp.
was a guest in the city for a and English Technical Institute ordluanoe committee, and this committee brick even though they
short time this week of New York City with William Is discussing the matter with could afford to puve. but a block a Ij 9B !SaS5I
Waldorf Astnr. Three years later heentered Cost i
Mrs.-M. C. Hansom has returned the promoter. year. I:
the Virginia Military Instlstute !-
. J. E. of Orange N S. Is The advocates of hard surfaced
from a visit of several mouths in Craig ,
at Lexington Va., as cadet, '
a
streets are In favor of llinltluir the : F
Tampa and Cuba, and is again with representing tbe company in Palatka ,
and after a rouryears'course of studyIn
and it Is be that Is for the I brick pavement to Lemon Front
Mr. and 1rs. W. S. Burdette. asking I For Cash at
' military science and tactics, civil franchise. Mr. Craig will be remembered and Water streets und hard surfacing : "' 9

1 Mesdames Katherine Lewis andA. engineering architecture, he has as tbe president and general all the other streets of the city. 11\

I i. H. Holoomb and Mr. Asher Mer- graduated with high honors and of the old Palatine Hlghts The council pusseil, n resolution
held rank In the famous cadet manager Miss' Kale L. Lucas' | The Only Complete Line
high ti
win I
spent several days last week at Street Railway System now out of providing' fur a junketing trip to /bavannah : -
Keuka, visiting Mr. Mer win's orange battal Don. After leaving college commission. He Is enthusiastic for and other southern cities to

t.. S /grove. Capt. HusBon Immediately took up the new line, which he hopes, when look Into the matter. of paving. This

L. F. Wab"maon.l repreaeutlnn I the work .and and profession afterwards of came civil engineering to the bridge Is completed, may be continued comltilttee Is to consist of one member Millinery Store. | of Furniture and House
t each from the council, the boardof
I the NMW York on to Hastings.
Pack-r. the fruit and
Palntkn, where he formed the firm
1 produce has own In the cIt I" "-he cars of the American TracklessTrolley bond trustees and the board ol
paper } ">f Huisou & Joseph which ai. considered .
' this week in the Interests of that s} stem are neat of appearance trade President H. A. Davis wax I am closing out all Piece
the must fQcteiit firm of engineers i I in the
Furnishings
made the couucll
g will seat some 20 passengers member of the City.
publication. in the stare at that time. comfortably, and run on pneumatic ftnm--_.....I"AA.. : Goods at ACTUAL COST so io4!
' The at the Wonderland "Several, ;years after he was appointedto
pictures I:
tired wheels. Mr. Craig says they now is time to get :
your
your
h o.itIon In the Weather
as are Is still evidenced!giving by general the large satisfaction audlenoes ., Bureau a high of the Federal Government are already In use In U"rm..nyand Closing School Exercises. WHITE GOODS for tlitel:: If' 313-213-21
have entire satisfaction. M. R
: be each Installed night.on A Monday.new machine is to Washington he won "the, D.admiration C., in which of position his., Mr.given Craig states that If his company nam The High closing and: ex Graded"rcl.es of schools the Put-are summer cheap for CASH I::: i Gap Ryan, Lemon'Strut,

is granted the franchise it is
superiors and soon was appointed to taking placu today. ONLY creditat
-uo goods on
& J. N. Blackwell has been Invited the position of chief draughtsman of his purpose to make Palatka hi. permanent The eighth grade. graduating exercises ; ..ee eeeEeeeeeEEeeEEeeeeee EE'INNN"

T and has accepted the invitation to the Weather Bureau, the position beheld home, and that he will begun in the high school room those low prices. Come

deilvertbe address In this shy ont until his death. manage: the line.Again this morning at 9 o'clock, with 18! iu and get a Summer Dress too

the Decision of the 100th annlbersary In the early eighties Capt. Husson The! Bridge.K. graduates from that grade into the { M'Ww\r\
of the birth of Jefferson Davis, on organized and was unanimously elected -and while getting the '

" June 3rd. a. the first captain of the Gem C. Walcott of the Converse At 10:80( : the primary grade exerCises -i Dress purchase: a lint also. -
City Guards then an Independent .Bridge Company, Chattanooga, will follow In the same rooms. ...
The Ladies Aid Society of St. in Palatka.Farm
Bargains
' .1111., Is In the city this week getting The
' James command of the Florida State Troops High /School: graduating exercises f11t1t1tJ'1t.r.t
church will meet next Tuesday data anent the St. Johns River Jtn'n': : .
S but which was afterwards made Company will ba hold tonight at the New
afternoon at the home of Mrs.A. .
trains Palatka
U. Phillips. This being the last C., 4th Battalion. F. S. '1'., andwhen bridge at contract for Howell Theatre and all patrons and
mustered Into the service of which was awarded his company by friends of the public scboola are cur- or Town Property
meeting of the season a full attendance
the
commissioners lasc Oc ,
I Is requested. the United !States: at the Inception of county dually Invited to attend. There are HUMAN HANDSDO
, : the "Spanish AinerlcanVar.deslgn- tober.A four graduates from the high school
r I Timber Lands for Sale
C. J. Ward and faintly for some Fed Company "D," I 1st Florida Reglmtnt great many people In Palatka. this term viz: Arthur Rowland and NOT TOUCH IT. or Lease.

. time residents of Pnlatka. have United States Volunteers. Captain and other p. rts of Putnam county \Misses Mary Merrill Lillian Stantoii .

moved buck to their former home Husson was busy at his duties had forgotten all about this bridge, and Minnie Kupperbusch. Prom the tiro the r.wroat Tf all retch en.
Stockbrldge, N. Y. Mr. Ward was when war was declared but when but It seems the Converse Co. Is i factory they see bundled nntlrwly by mnhin .
a valued employs of the Seld.m Cypress the call to arms wa. sounded, he was till hopeful of putting it through Miss YVhiteside's MUJic le. :: ry. kopt .....pwu..l, clean Joebauo 1 'AbAb
roEJellN H.
and Mr. :
Ioor company. summoned back to Florida by his Walcott thinks be sees the :
A delightful musicale
opening. very wan
old comrades and tendered the
Joseph HammoutroR of MeMeekln com- ICE Powderto
Jr. lIIand of the company be had brought "Ihfc trouble with this bridge!! con- given Tuesday afternoon by Mis.VVhlteside .- CBEHJH ..
and one of the popular tract," said Mr. Walcott to the News. at her pretty home on
'
young farmers of his .section brought Into being ninny years before and that the "The Heights." The t>*oom. oontamlnated. It It .trietlypnr
in ...adel'" war captain. HU command was money panic demise on participants *rt l wholMom Our factory U Mci
the Baldwin precinct returns stationed and Fernan m bout: the time the contract wasawarded some twenty of her ponds, acquitted *.n M your kitchen. Real Estate
was lit 'L'etnpa
.t Wednesday rainaiiiing In the city themselves
and found remarkably
we It Impossible well. all
I,, dma Florida and Huutsvllle. Alabama ICE CREAM l I. Easy to M.ke.
till
next day In order to attend tbe
to secure the money to go ahead proving the thoroughness; of theli
and without doubt the
executive committee meeting.:; was with teaching. and } quart milk Fire Life and Accident
the work. Otherwise Insurance.
banner company of Florida's: proud the many displa> lng H package. JKLL-O ICE CUB AM Powder. ,
DeWItt T. Gray son of Mrs. H. A. regiment of volunteers. At the close bridge would nave been more than great deal I of nuiBlc.nl taste and. skill Mix. : nod freat*without eooklug.
of this half completed. I am now negotiating The numbers were well chosen from IIlmpl..leu"ls': '
Gray city. was elected county of the war Capt. Husson returned to
t solicitor of Duval county lust Tuesday Washington to his post of duty in I' with a company in the nortb the best composers the world has This makM two qu.... of smooth, Tel : National Surety Company
known, v.17 looatvam.dellcloualr I I IUvor In' 1Ominute
by a vote of 2.444. or 443 m.Jorl- the Weather Department. I that I think will furnish the money !at oott of iibout 1 cent:;pUU.;I
ty over the combined vote ot his The funeral services were first held i on such evidences of debt ss the After the completion of I the pro. Flavorf d&colat* Vanilla' &traur of New
four competitors. In Washington, at the home of his county commissioners will be askedto gram cooling refreshments- wen. btrry teuton eitdnftlvoretjl.. :: York.

friend Mr. UP 11. F. DuBose> at 21X13 C Ishue. They are building court served. Bold by your KToevr 2 pnektRM for S5e. e:
At St. James. Methodist church 12th. houses and making other public Improvements These annual musicals given b) "Enough for.gcilon.-or by mail, It lio .
The
next Sunday Rev. H. Dutlll, the street Rev. James on Tuesday H. W. Blake May, of Christ's all over Florida In just Miss Whiteslde's pupils have bpcon. doe not kMp iu On Indian River.An .

pastor will preach at H a. in and Protestant church officiating. inch manner as has been proposed a feature of social life which are Tin Genan Pure food Co., to Roy N, Y.

hold evangelistic services at 7:30 p. Y >rk Episcopal Lodge No. 107 ,F. andA. by our company III this bridge mat- l looked forward to with great pleas I. hotel experience excellent to opportunity lease for a lady who has had

in. The /Sunday: school will meet HC i :M.V.. A. Hancock Council No. ter. It is true that legislation in ure.The JIIt have an nil the year round hotel
9:45 a. m. and the Young Men's Bible 052 Royal Arcanum Hiram this state has been adverse to this many friends who were fortunate some capital to buy furniture and furnishing
Lodge
,
class will be at the same hour. No. 10. F. and A M., General N A. method of proceedure but it is enough to be present Tuesday .. .. Orange:Must make|Kruve.quick vegetable deal. and poultry farm go wlth'lense.

Everybody welcome. Seats free. Miles Camp No. 1, /Spanish: War Veterans evaded on technicalities and we have will long remember the occasion a. a .

Rev. Dr. Thos. P. Hay of Gainesville were in the escort. The deceased uever had difficulty in securing most pleasing aud enjoyable one. YNMWMW-m'WN \
will arrive in the city this afternoon was entitled to burial In the money. except in this Instance; and A GUEST WmHmN/!

and will remain until Saturday National cemetery at Arlington, in we would not have had difficulty In -- -
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the the sod with America's heroes but this Instance had it not been for the -----
morning guest of Rev. a :
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general financial which COMFORTING WORDS.Many -iiL----: =::: :-
stringency
and Mrs. L. R. Lynn. On aiturJuy hi. remains were escorted to New .
. Dr. Hay I and Mr. Lynn; leave forFernandlna I'ork City by his devoted brother and has swept the country. Because ofallver.e =:::! J'ub:1.arn.::: : : Jharzo..ac'Y: :: Ie
, where they go to Install sinter and the interment held In the legislation un the subject of
,i Rev. E. W. Way as pastor of the b"autlfulVoodl..wu Cemeterywhere. public Improvements Florida Is a Florida Household Will PALATKA. FLORIDA

Presbyterian church. Owing to the Masonic honors were paid to the paying a higher rate of" -interest than I' Chemicals, Druggist Sundries ami
absence of the pastor there will be dead under the direction of the other southern states. Find Them So. *
no preaching service at the Presby. ((rand. Master Mason of the State orNew Mr. Walcott feels certain that the I Patents. '
To have the
bridge will soon be under unless pains and aches of a bad
York. A large of way PRESCRIPTIONS
terian church next Sunday. concourse $3 $3.50 $4 OAREFULLOOMPOUN04D..
relatives arid friends followed his remains there should develop stronger opposition back removed; to be entirely free from & OAUDEX SEED.
Miss Hattie Buky is making extra to the than has so far manifested annoying dangerous AglnU Station: it-mlM. |<|
grave. urinary disorders E! ::: .
special prices for a short time only Captain Husson was held In hljhest..em ; Itself. ______ __ Is enough to make any kidney sufferer TT takes all kinds of women .
on muslins white goods laces and
the heads
embroideries. and the ladles should of the Weather by Bureau departmental, and was the The Board d Trade. grateful. To tell how this groat change to make a worM and all .

call at her store and lecure some of near friend of Hon. Willis L. 1II00r&1 Some 15 or 20 members of the Pa can be brought about will prove comforting kind of shoes to please them. tf..m.ar.a.;; : :JsJ'...z -:4I"&ma"C.S: : :: : : :. ..a.
.
the bargains. 1\1 Iso latka board of trade
Buky ov..r.bought chief of the Bureau He was were presentwhen words to hundreds of Floridaread..r.
on these goods and rather dent of the select Duubarton Club or'' President Davis called that
than curry them until n..xt season Washington, whose members and body together last Monday night. I Still they can all be sjitcJ with N The Breakers by the Sea

has decided to sell them out at about, officers were absolutely devoted to A communication from Lieut. Col. A. Oertloa. seaman, of 410 L. St. Fensscola. Qycen Quality shoes-so ,

half their former price. You will him. Lansing. Beach, regarding river Fla, tells bow to do It. He varied and complete U the line. R
S miss a great: opportunity to save Weeks ago Capt. Husson was pros Improvements was read and referred says: "From my experience with SEA BREEZE. FLORIDA,

money if you do not visit this up-to- trated by a severe attack of la grippe to the transportation committee.The Doan's Kidney Fills I can strongly recommend We y' AVill be June 1 under
open
are suiting more the
: date store. chairman of this committee women man "emont of I. M..M ibbcit
and at 10 o'clock on the night of /Saturday : was them to anyone In need of a
Cards have been received by May Bth he was stricken w Ith requested to go to Jacksonville with good medicine for the kidneys Kidney with them every day because
friends of the bride in acute Indigestion and heart failure. some other member of the committee complaint and backache caused suf The house will 1 b
Palatka. announcing me their reputation day. H conducted' on a higher than everWlU '
the marrlaKe of Miss Carrie At 6:80 on the morning of May 10th. and take this matter up personally feting at Intervals for years The ant grows every l thoroughly' renovated, and refurnlah..d.lIngle/ plane room.oreoat l

Maria Greene to Mr. James Thai- his great heart ceased Its pulsations, with the engineers and if 1'08slbl" or second attack I did not mind but as "Queen Quality" will retain its with or private buths. Fine' iurft-
find out what Pulatka I world flshlug mid the best |
and can ex time went ,
' t : Ion. The ceremony occurred at the magnificent body lay cold in by they grew worse sod at Inir In the .
c Oreen Cove Springs, Fla., on Thursday death. pect.Mr. times laid me up. I could hardly walk shape longer than any other
May 14th. The bride was a former Captain Husson was a gentleman D. W Ramaaur, of the special and It was a difficult matter to straighten ready made shoe. Try it ttj j SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY A TRIAL SOUCITlD
committee
,, F popular teacher In the schoolsof I of splendid appearance and per'.ctpolae. appointed to ask_ the after i-tooplng while tbe kidney secretions once. p f RATS 1.00
Putnam county and for several A gentleman with cultured council for an appropriation for the were irregular and unnatural. per day and upward, according to location of w*

assistant principal the Pa manners, and distinct refinement continued Improvement of the city Doan'a Kidney Fills cured me. From Mr SL: Jfit. .. .
rears High school. )Ir. and Mrs. As a sou he was dutiful and kind. asa hall park, stated. that he had succeeded personal experience I know that this Herbert Crook i IJIi'rll.JII.: : !_..-ip, &...-.r..IIL: ;&' .I.z.vr

Thallon will spend the summer, father and husband, he was loving In getting the council to appropriate remedy oan be depended upon to fulfill ,
s months In the north and their winters and tender a* a brother he was I #25. to be turned over to the representations made for It." :="
Mrs. Geo. E. to 1 ll'I.ir-.r: : .zu: :>T.Z:
S in Oreen Cove /Springs.: faithful as a friend be was staunch Gay continue the For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Palatka Fla For
and a he-was work of beautifying: the park.
.e. .. true as man plain yet ,
he was dignified as a soldier, he was After a general dlucusalon on pav Foeter-MUburn Co.. Buffalo New York, For the BestWOOD New and [)
;' .5 : From Mr. Edmonson. a true dlsclplluarlan but he softened I ing It was practically decided that sole agents for the United States. : Upto.DaFurniture

Its rigors with klndneM. Truly he the board stand on its former unanimous and
J .' ..-, Palatka. Fls. May 21, l\JOS\) was a man In the fullest sense of the, decision for the hard surfacing Remember the namo-Doan's-and L ---- :
To the Voters of Putnam County : of ax many residence streets aa -: take no other. --- \ Mouse flo1! !
word. We will all miss and mourn:I possible : Furnishing
; For the loyal support which the I that noble, open-hearted splendid I and that It objected to the entire !:fififi!: !: !: !:fifififififififi! !: !: !: I
voters of Putnam county gave to me paving being In at low prices
money spent
gentlemen for in him we all lost u one very
.4 In the Primary of the 19th I extend friend, and Florida oue of her fairest Bed ton of the town. It was stated Statement. I In the city :

c p my hearty thanks. Words. fall me and noblest sons. Requlescat In pace that a committee from the west end I wish to state that any case I take; For Sale. I: Go to
f to express my gratitude to you had been appointed at a tax payer'smeeting I to overcome headache, cut any length
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And la the second primary to follow to go before the council at any chronic trouble Is croon-eyes absolutely or [ j Unimproved lots 7.r>x50 r } : R. S. Mooney.

on tbe 16th of June I ask your From Mr. Kennerly. Its meeting on Tuesday night and I under guarantee, regardless of what gj on Olive st, near, Jones Ill send your order to
support once more. And I assure Pulatka May. 22nd l 08. urge that a committee be appointed I any one says. If ifi st..
?, you your confidence will never be To the Voters of Putnam County: to Investigate the paving with some, drugging come and you see are me.tired I will of Palatka, Fla. Clump for tfi W. W. Bainbridge's I'alatkt, Florida.Und8rtaMnk"7ndEniteiH.

inl-iplaced. Yours to serve I take this means of thanking you hard road material, that would give I make regular professional vl.lts tn cosh. Address

: J. E. ED I."IOY. for your loyal support In Tuesday's the people more for their money and I Falatka the Wednesday following to S New Wood Yard |
primary and to announce that I will 1 benefit a larger number of_ people; the second Monday of each month. H. M. BURKETT,
In Honor of Mm Triay.On be In the second primary and askyiTnr : and should It be found necessary to, OtBoe, Arlington Hotel. One day at Stanton's I
further support.Gratefully. appoint a committee from the board I 001.1 UB. .KMSTKONU.. En 21 E, SoratoRaat.
Wednesday afternoon Miss of trade, the matter of such
yours.S.
appointment
Winifred Uaughton entertained In : J. KKMNKRLY. was left to the executive com Baltimore, M honor of Miss MercedesTrlny, whose mittee. PLANK'S Chill Tonic for chills CEO. 11. R HiDallfhtiug.MachioaD'ii

Cr. of wedding J ua... Is announced for the eighth Fortnightly Club Notice. and Mr.\ spoke W. R.of DeWitt.a shell was mound present near teed.fever Price colds 28 and dts,lagrlppe a blttle.; guaran-Hold by,:: !1 __!: .!:fififififififihfi!:- !: !: !: !: :;L-Phone 40. MN

The occasion was a "Variety There will be a social of the Fort- San Mateo that he thought would aU I druggies. *
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.4 many pretty! were nightly club Friday afternoon at the make suitable paving for residence. pMAURE --- ------ .... ...JTJLKUl. IIS.lI
the gifts presented to thw fair bride residence of Mrs. George E. Gay, streets. Dvspepsla. Is our national ailment' 'S I Map Drawing, Etg

I to-be. The verses accompanlng' and under the management of Miss Mr. W. P. Craig of Orange, N. J.. Burdock Blood Bitters is the nation Fl8.
these gifts were apt and witty and I Blanch Crlll. All members are uordlnlly WHS also present and addressed the al cure for it. It strengthens utoin I1AC11t'd'IoL1SEPASTE I II Guaranteed :Ja.latka, -

k caused much merriment. invited to attend. meeting regarding his proposed trol ach- membranes, promotes flow in -.---- -
The color scheme of white and Thn annual meeting of the club ley. 'Mr. Craig also stated. that If digestive Juices, purifies the blood KILLS THEM ON THE SPOT" Satisfaction Cordwood

r green was carried out elaborately has been call.d for next Friday, the present plans were consummated builds you up. GENUINE SOLD Bids For
and minutely both in the decorations. o'clock In the afternoon ONLY IN 8th.t'
Ma) 29th at he expected to become member of I BOTTLES Toahiourpsmmn.: wealso Palatka' PIe- May
-J and refreshments. at the residence of Mrs. It. F.Adam. the board and active In Its efforts to I FOR RENT-Twoseven room cotlag" 2/ILL DRUGGISTS II YOu t-ros.tt cot-vie. "h.n sl.a poe Rids received un" '.
guessing/ contest, "A MusicalRomance"oocuDlnd I .. At this meeting will be build up the city. ., desirably located. practlonlly J R.t your Olin end J..mUb. will be furnlshloK 8City 1
cotS Silk
of the afternoon annual of the flew, all modern coil at 19 m., for ,
,, a part presented the report Improvements. For Notice M*.'bins rsiHiSln'J. Bon's ose"loI .. ewe"1? *
and was very clever indeed president and other officers, and will Whooping Coqga. particulars apply this office. tf at Pumpln ".
S. Tbe prize. a pretty gold brooch in occur the annual election. It is to "la February our daughter bad the City Notice Is hereby given that the E. O. of ivood per mouth received in"/1. l ""
: thesbp.otaheart was won by Mist be an open meeting and all member whooping cnuKb. Mr Lane, of ilartl Dr. Goldstein who has been In our o'clock Council will receive bids at EARLS one year. Bid
t. Mary Merrill. are requested to be present. l lead, recommended Chamberlain's city for the past few days can be p. m. tin" lUlh 1\JOIj\ for Boo green pine and ll htwood.h!bl-I Iect
The score cards also were heart I Cough Remedy and sold it gave his consulted at the Saratoga Hotel ui. In more or less street siguis to be placed 417 Lemon St. Falatka, Fla. The City; reserves tbe

shaped and were hand painted the ouxtomers the "best of .atl.f8 '5, work of the gifted young hostess. Any skin Itching is a temper-tester. round U as he salil and can recommend sure and see him If your Ur"tlt cnllunlU e. .Weslwsys pl_ our i>.tron.- .AOdr.s bide to J. E.
eyes need '' I
Home forty young girls and The more you ecr.toh-the worse I It It to anyone having children troubled attention. Examination free COllllcll re".n..a the right' to reJect :': ::' l\\:, .11'417 t:1" Engineer. --'"
were present who one and Itches. Doan's Ointment cures pilesI I with whooping couxh., says Mrs. A. any and all bl..... Samtiple to aceom
claimed the afternoon a ladle.j eczema-any kin Itching. Does of Dursnd Mich. For sale by See afaln er for In pany bid. B" Order ot the COllncll. JoOUND-A IugbttlltdefOwner I:

: lightful one. A drug .tore. -AckermaQ-teWard Drug Co. In the elty. Price lw ytrs..ooibl A. T. TBfAT can have sam by Dll'
Apr. 88d,1908. A.I 0..0.11"T
lert.: Bend your next: : grocery rdr to this offlc., proving

, L... Grainier; Hn st stock to town. paying for this (IOU'?".



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