The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00127
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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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: Z Z'i I J. M. Wylie PI Interlachen

'i Never Drew Money For Addresses a Large Gatheringat

Road Word.To Howell Theater in Inter-

... the Voters. of Commissioners est of His Candidacy.;
District No. C, Putnam county i r
Backed With Money and Liquor Saloons Attempt to Dominate the
Owing to certain false reports Hon. DeWitt T Gray Former PaUtka

Politics of Florida-Will Trade Every Thing In Sight for Qllchrlst having been circulated to the effect Boy, Also Make Address i '
that I have been charged with graftIn
-Determined to Control the Next Legislature. Their OperationsIn the road business I herewith Howell Theater was only partially

First Primary Show Resorts to Underhanded Methods and submit the following owrtllleiites. filled when the Broward meeting of
To those who know me It la not last Monday night was called to order -
i Sharp Schemes to Carry Out Their Sordid Purposes. even necessary. to refer to the unreliable by Chairman F. J. Kearnslde of
source from whence these reports the county executive committee.
-- 4 ----- originated. For the information Later on ns the speaking progressed
Stockton Stands for Temperance, Mr. Fletcher's Meeting.Hon. of all that do not understand the people kept oomlng until fullyone
Good Moral. and Good Government the situation I will simply state that half of the seats were filled.
-The Issue Is ClearDon'tBe Duncan U Fletcher, oaodi such reports are faille and wholly Prominent the stage with Oov.
Deceived. date for U. H Senator, addressed a without any foundation.To Broward were F. J. Fearnelde, Wm.
large and representative audience In whom It may concern. Johnson of Johnson Station, J N.
Borne have. been minted by the con- the Howell Theater lust niRlit. Besides As town treasure and as treasurefor Blackwell, Hon. DeWitt T. Cray of
tinned cry of Mr. Ulluhrlut that he Is the Paintkaus, there were many construction of road work hereI Jacksonville, and Judge M. I. Coxe.
; for &OUAI. OPTION." The An- prominent citizens from other partsof hereby certify that J. H. Wylle Mr. Blackwell who acted as) masterof
houBer-Buach Co., and all other tha founty present has not been paid a cent for road ceremonies eloquently introduced
liquor concerns, any they favor "LO The :News him not space to speak work out of the funds collected for as the first speaker Hon. DeWitt T.
CAL OPTION." The.oay thin. beO"UA" at length of this in Hrlnir. It can that purpose, but has contributed Cray, a former Palatka citizen and
.. : tkt they can not get rid of LOCAL only say that Mr. H"toher made a cash for same, and I can show booksto when that gentleman stepped to the rt
OPTION except by takttiir STATE most dllniliad and eloquent appealfor that Hfoot. (Signed.O. : 'front he was greeted with an ovation.
PROHIBITION In Its piece Under votes ; that his *tut ments bore E. Cua.WrT'rown Treas. Mr Cray stated that he appearednot
t OUR ;LOCAL OPTION" several counties the stamp; of sincerity and carried To Whom it may Concern. for the purpose BO much of making -
'; r STYLE will always bot wet. They evidently conviction to his hearers and that This Is to certify that I am treasure an address, as to tell to his old
PIERCE : think than "half. loaf Ii la better than the orowd left the theatre convinced of the. Interlachen Gravel Co., neighbors and the people of his boyhood rt
i NUMBER none" In those wet spots, the that he was a Kentlemrn In every and for the Information of the voters home what Oov. Broward had
TOE t'' ''. whiskey outlaws of the other Southern way fitted to represent Florida In and tax payers" of Putnam Co., will done for lilm. He said that when
208 states can gather for tho purpose the greatest legislative body on earth. state. that I have never paid J. H. there was a vacancy In the olllce of
of debauching the dry teirltory. Mr. Fletcher was greeted with hearty Wyllnany money In any way shapeor solicitor for the criminal court of
n All temperance people favor "1.0- applause at every point scored. He form for work on road In the townof Duval countyGov. Broward hud not
a+ll 'af CAL OPTION" until they can get was Introduced by Hon. g. J. Hil- Jnterlachen or ill the County hesitated to appoint him, thereby
I f ''r?, State Prohibition lu Its place. The burn. Putnam. Mr. Wylie has given a showing that h.. was tile friend of
< Legislature can not pans a law, like Mr. "Fletcher will Ket a big vote treat deal of his time In this road the young men. Mr. Gray either forgot 5
_ UeorRla" did, making the state dry, from Palatka and this county. On business for which he lies never received or modestly refrained from stating
nor own It Local a law making the another pAKeof the News: Mr. Fletcher any pay. The citizens tiers that us deputy solicitor tin had
state wet. option came to us has a jinlf-paKo announcement appreciate this fnct. Hlgned.CHAKL.K9 made such an excellent record In

by the Constitution, and It can not be n"udlt... FRANCIS, criminal prosecutions all to render
taken away or changed except by an Tres. I. 0. C. his appointment the logical and natural -
Amendment to the Constitution ; To Whom It Concern
may : cue for the good governor to
and it can not be amended unless. Jefferson Davis' Birthday Ex- This is to certify thaf I as treasurer make. He did say, however that In
-1 I E )'A ii i i1 p e majority of the qualified electors ercises. of The Palatka-Interlaahen- the recent primary the people had n
vote for it. The Legislature by a Hard Uoad Committee have. never ratified the governor's choice by
I three fths vote can pans a resolution The one hundredth anniversary of paid[ Mr. J. H. Wylin any money for nominating him to the ollloe over
_ 4w > to amend the Constitution, prohibiting the birth of Jefferson Davis, the on- work or services on this road. Our four other candidates by the largest
1 Q the Halo of Intoxicating ly president of the southern confederacy committee has never done any work majority ever given' a candidate for q
1 1 Q 1 llquois In the State, and If a majority was appropriately celebratedIn west of Francis Very Respectfully, public office /In Duval county.
at of the voters In the state vote in Palatka under the .auspices of Signed I. C. CANOVA, Tree Mr. Uray then launched Into' a
favor of such amendment then we Patton Anderson Chapter, U. IX U. Palatka & Interlachen Boad. speech In favor of the nomination of
have STATE PKOHIBITION. If 'The exercises took place at the rooms To Whom It may Concern: his friend, the governor, for the office i
they vote ngulnst It, then wo still of the Athletic club, and were well This Is to certify that J. H. Wylle of United States Senator and made
READ THIS GUARANTEEAnd have Local Option, and the dry and\ attended. It was a pleasing coincidence has never presented a bill to the some pointed thrusts at his rival, the
wet counties are not affected thereby.A to the members of the chapterthat board of County Commissioners for lion. Duncan Upchurch Fletcher
take it as an absolute fact--3011 can always get perfect satisfaction-satisfaction great many good people want the birthday of their honored road work or road material, and as ''In[ fact he got quite warm under
deep alldla.ling-from a pair of the privilege to vote on thin question, president Mrs. Patton Anderson, clerk of the board I have never the collar when he considered the
-$ BURT & PACKARD and the most extreme temperance I occurred at the same time, and, they drawn a warrant In his favor for any effrontery of the man for presuming
people ask nothing more than this. made the circumstance the occasion such work. to want a, place after it became
KORRECT; Mr. Stockton, candidate for Uover- for double celebration.The For the Information of the voters known that Uov, Broward was afterIt.
Off.SHOES nor, says the people should have music for the occasion was In the county I will state that the .
t R... U. S. PM. this privilege and he will use his Influence furnished by Parrott's orchestra, andsev..ral lard road work on the Palatka- Mr. Gray is a campaigner of prow
to secure to them this right.; delightful selections were Interlachen ROAd at this end of the ed ability and his speech of Mouday 1,
FOR MEN If elected governor. Mr. Ullohrlst rendered. line has been under the management light In advocacy of Uov. Browardwas
and the liquor men are opposed to ilr. J. N. Blackwell was the orator of a Good Road Committee In ingenious; in conception, elo-
I Our Guarantee The above Patent "Burrojnps" trusting the people on this great ; for the occasion and his address the City. of Palatka. quent In delivery and showed the u
moral question, and will turn "heav on the Life and Character of Jefferson Very respectfully. quality of gratitude, so rare in the
This' label lain every "Burrojnp Fancy Blucuer Price $4 en ana earth" to withhold this Davis was not only eloquent but Signed. JOSEPH PKICK Cleik.lu average politician, and all the more
correct Shape Shoe, Oxfords are made with privilege from .the people. If he la replete in historic Incidents in tile addition to the above I wish to commendable because of Its rarity k
I and.tnnil M a guarantee that our popular "Pierce" toe afraid to trust the people, should life of the south's great leader. Mr. state that my books are open for Inspection Uov. Broward followed Mr. Gray
Ul< Durroinpt" upper will and are a very dressy, Burt &: Packard not the people be afraid to trust himas hSlackwell's address occupied about I have made a report in aud his advancement to the front of 19f
,, not break through before the Governor la not unsafe unfair to minutes, and was frequently Interrupted full to all the Committees also to the; stage on being Introduced by Mr.
lint sole'U worn through stjlisU "Umited" fanatical or "cranky" to permit by applause.At the Board of County Commissioners Blackwell was the signal for prolonged -
.U.I. Pat.011.r one' the people to settle question the conclusion of the address, several months ago, and same has and hearty applause. Gov. Brow-
Buy a Pair Today $5 I"'lctt: \ Judge 1\[. I. Coxe, In a most -
at the ballot box. appropriate been accepted. Very Respectfully, ard made much the same speech as
:r the event of a "anrrolapa" shoe wearing contrary to thUguarantee '
t4. such privilege smacks of tyranny. speech In which he voiced in J. H. WYLIB.Interlachen. the occasion of his former visit, )
the retailer from whom theM shoes were purchased upon
The Idea of a creature becoming; feeble way the love of the Daughteislor Fla June II, 11X18. at the court house, during the first
l> .uthori ed to replace PACKARD FIELD j _. greater than the creator la ridicu their president, presented to primary. The exception\ was that he l
; them wllhaaew pair. M.k..nBROCKTON. MASS. .. .. -, lous. The Uovernor and membersof Mrs. Anderson, In their name, a Graduating Exercises. devoted much more time to Mr.
In the Legislature are put in ofJlue beautiful silk umbralla. Mrs. An- The closing exercises of Sf.Joseph's Fletcher He didn't like his oppon-
by the votes of the people. They derson was so overcome by emotion Academy took place on Wednesday ents following. Many of them gam-
are not greater than the people, ando that Mr. Blackwell made the response morning May 27th, the hall being. bled and went in lewd society. The
Not only theBEST : refuse to submit great; qaeatlon for her. well filled with the parents and speech of the governor was ingen-
to them, like the one under consideration the dilll of the 24 young ladles, friends of the children. The enteralnment ous. He Is a sure-enough politiciana
where they demand It, Is o/Hoered by Capt. E. Noble Cull.oun. lasted two hours and the past-master in the art of vote
+ undemocratic.It and Lieutenants K. R Price and J. various numbers were generously getting. He Is now In the supreme
is not, however, so much a question V. Walton was the feature of theentertainment. applauded. Following Is the program contest of his political life, and he
SHOES. of STATE PKOHIBITION as This drill was won- of exercises.Veliome seemed to realize: it. If he wins his
It Is of SALOON DOMINATION.The derful ItIts perfection of graceful ..... .hy l I.lttlo Girl.IeultutlonMuurta politicAl future Is made. If he loses i

saloon element Is not only goingto military maneuvers. The audiencewas ..of....July Master Hrol Alfred>lumn Trluy he will become I aback number poll-
; the greatest extremes to elect Ml.Jilclulst '. delighted beyond measure and Reeltiitlon-A Plea for l.Rlhi Bat a ... . loally.
_ but !have their haudd. into ib the conclusion of the drill was so : Frank McIntoshttrultntioniion't. ; Broward has
Gov. some strong
the best makes ofMEfJ'S the ., ..... .JoliiiHiultnUicltatlun
but the; politics of each county, trying insistent in it* applause that -WUut Little Buys Are cloixl backers In Palatka and they are

to dominate the politics of the counties company was compelled to respondto For. .... .,. ... ..... Clmrtlo I'etormuu earnest In their claims that he will
and state. 'Ihey have plenty of the continuous encore. loultutlou--A Rap at tin, lleuortomMiniUd .... ... Putnam county in the coming
: . :: IjeUurdy carry
The balance of the
money. Stockton Is greatly; limited evening was Ruoltiitlon-A Funny Little .......... primary. There are others, however,
I AI!'O YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND and embarrassed financially. He given; tip to dancing.Defends .. ToyRov HngnnReettnttonPoiitenoxx. who reject these claims. You pay
stand. for the right principles. Letus ,..Clieotur Huiulurlln",
stand for him and handle his election Maiio luiotUlan..... .... .. .......... your money and can take youroholoe
u Mr. Kunnor and Paulina JaboRecltatlun-Nweot It Is certain that the Uovernor made
for him. Wylie. -Atouthud" ....... votes at his Monday night meeting
FURtdISHINGS.'Fearnside By order of Putnam County Dry Editor PALATKA NEWS: .Profosxlnn. ......DuvIsRoultatioriFreddy' ..>.... and at its close he was warmly con

Campaign Committee. Please allow me In ..... ...... ...... ... ..LewlngtoI1HotlM"R..1t11110nMoYlu'r. gratulated.
\V. U. TII.CIHMAN, Chairman) space your ........ .. .Julia Cuulll
i L. R. LYNN, Secretary. paper for a few words In favor of J.H. People..Ulxxx t;
Wy lie, one of our candidates for Piano; : Aouomimnlitt ...Amiss, Miltfglu I OouuROLltatlon I Brick Paving to Proceed.
-A Lecture to nUrow.Wlllnui........ .. ..
commissioner from this ills-
.. For a Sprained Ankle.As county .... LivingstonRecitationMY At a meeting of the city council on
treated ankle riot. I understand that there have Best Friend .... .. ..... "...... Tuesday night; an ordinance appro-
usually a sprained i
been circulated that Mr.VVylie Florence and John SmithPlniio
Clothing Company will disable tile 'Injured poison for a reports has made of Bolo-V'ul.u Unprls. .... ..... >plating .aooo(> more from money toe ,
big sums
month or more, but by applying Cham money Muster Albert WomyeaverIteultatlonour > derived from the sale of bonds,
of the road from Inteilaoheii to
out .
berlain's Liniment and observing the Vlos BlauuhH taHuronH.lultntlou and to complete payments on pav-
i'alatka. For the Information of -I. bUds. I.lttlo UlrlMKvuttatlon done Lemon
directions with each bottle faithfully, -Hud lime.... ....... John ttmltlitln InK already on and Water -
those who do not understand the situation
i ... .. ... streets, Will passed. This makes
cure may be effected In many& eases In ---1 I h I wish to state that I was one : : : : : ;
Troiuuley the total of the city part for this
less than one week's time. This liniment .. ... ..
Palatka Florida. remarkable of the membeis of the first Good Raoltutlwi-flohnnlliiMn, .".. .. pAvement cost $18 OiO. It has since
Is a most preparation t r Weaver
-it committee the
appointed by AlbertH .
'Try It for a sprain or bruise, or when toottutloil NlieiiTlionuta In Pen leeu learned, however, that the actual -
former board of county commission- aft'x. .Mauiglii (lo n cost will exceed this amount by f
laid up with chronic or muscular rheumatism era to begin work on this road, andas Roultntion-My, : ;Hnpoili; ;, .: ,uwtl Tiuuibleyultutloa about $IWO owing to failure of olty
and certain to be de-
1 --Llttlu Hpnmili.
--- -- -- -- -- ----- lighted with the relief which It secretary of this committee I .. : : OY'8. ,Luther; M"i.i'lii.OOOllpllttoll' ; engineer estimate an alley Intersection -
prompt claim to know something about the ......... ... ... .... Little utrlitcltatloii and other small matters.Dr. ;
rnrnnnnnunnnnr,,, For Sale. affords. For Bale by Aekermau-Stewart justness. Hence, I will simply make ='riiu Cblldronti Hour .........
nr' ", ,,,,,,' Real Estate E. S. Crill for the East Florida
Drug Co.lIMeh. .a plain short statement. ..... ... .... .. .. ....MlM Lllllu Hiiiiiin 1
Tin Pnn Uunrd' Parado. ...... HoysPlanu Savings and Trust Company, has
Mr. Wy lie deserves credit for the I AououmaiilHt' .. MM| MaggleUo purchased> the 1,000: of bond nece,- "
!. Finley Tucker, |f dwelling house in fine condition on Kirby St.: physio react, weaken the good work he has accomplished on Recitation: -1"liu Vuiikoe Al>rou>l .. ..,. .. .. nary to supply the cash' to complete
Fine two MaHter Krbli
story bowels. cause ohronlo constipation. this 1'01'11. It was through his efforts! Kerney these .
Insurance, Real IXnte, =S lot 100x150, artesian well and .barn on premises.. Halfcash Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone hat: the road was surveyed and established VlolhrLoreLowltfhrowxmrel: :; : \ t :: \:!: i du k1'htlloAou'II'p' ; I Is payments.It the purpose of the city to go
the stomach, cure constipation. 2Bo. for eltfht miles. The workon ] '.. t, MliHter Albert Weaver
|Op.Oourt llmme. Pnlutfcii. Flu =S balance at 7 per cent. Ask your druggist for them. this end of the road, so far, has )ilart.li' HoitK........ ..... .. ... ......Rosa ahead Immediately with the pavement -
.. of Front street as reeently au-
Piano .Mini CJouuReultutlon
Small farm of about 5 acres with dwelling, on ell go'of town,' been done by private subscription AoeompanlHt.-urueu Mountain Jostle Mnffglu. ...... thorized by ordinance, from Laurel
"" Half Cash. raised by him. The !live miles on ...... ... .. MIM B. Rocklv street to Main. Dr. Crill, chairman
"Fitzhugh Place. ..... ...... .
Real Estate Bargain*) known as MonfC I.IIA'0UIlIIOl1'h..I'.LIt0Itu
== the Palatku end under the '
was construction
Palat FIIlf.I ;i ; ;'' Vrrr'tIdOl: : :: of the board of bond trustees, In-
No. -fwo ImlUllnv\ In the> :-::3: The Lippincott place on St.: Johns River, 5 miles from of a commute lu Palatkn1o Pnatiu.......... .. orms. the News that he has negotiated -

(forth End, u biirgnln. at iron. zSt ka. one mile of river frontage. save the county and the subscribers Vlolln-Uoly AnneOahlll xy IIro..n, for, and will place sufllclent
the expense of loading clay with tlltr-MoBorstow
of the remaining bonds to supply
Fred Locke
c No. 48.A double atom on Loinr:::J Other properties both in the City and Country for sale on beams Mr. Wylle vaa. InstrumentalIn PianoAeeolupaull.t' MIHM KlorenueHpaliirarew cnsh for this work when needed.
n .&,e..',no feet front by 110 foot :::Jiepitare STRtINZ.Don't organizing a private enterprise ..ll Honif......... :. .. .... OIIM. rle stated that the party who designed p
noWNntml .a> a1 teeny == .terms. Apply to and at their expense Plano AoooninanlHt MIMMUlHtrlbutloa tfu.ylo (Jose
: easy ) (or company) own of MixluU and I .,... .. purchasing the bonds preferred -
a good Inloreit on money In- SSutecl. put In a spur side track so "s ..... ..... ...... ...... .by Rev.. P, Barry not to be mentioned. It
.. Price only "t.Cuo If sold l =3lqk. __ to be able to furnish the clay at a After the rendition of the program should make no difference, even to ian
2J cost of t .OO per oar, where It had occourred the distribution of prizes, always curious public, as the
Shoes' beau by teams costing from $13.(K) to as follows: price of the bond is fixed by law at .
? dwelllna Z3 ,
No. tn--A good T-room TAO( .a car to load the material. I Gold medal for excellence, donated
n the West
ot OOxluu all twxlarunonvonlanrS3. Want to Win J $3 $3.GO:; $4 this committee that Mr.Vylle did Misses B. Boddy and A. Cahill, won > from the :Florida Life Insur-
,". II.BOO,Oil ..1'ID1.nto. = a You not collect tho subscriptions of this by Miss B. Roddy. ance company and It U probably

r, Your Property eared for, InaurS U} road business, but had notices printed Silver medal for excellence, donated that this company will make a purchase -
d, fought Hold. =9 / in Window? IT lakes all \Linda of women and mailed to each subscriber to by Mr. D. J. Coughlln drawn for of several thousand dollars of
,it' Tha Genuine Ruby Ring Displayed our \f/ to make world! and all. pay Into the treasury of said comm by Mlsa M. Cogs Masters J. Roddy hem soon.
Rents Collected. --- V/ a U tee. He was appointed chairman = and A. Weaver, won by J. Roddy.
MI. Ask or send 1 for dotted card in our store; count l kinds of shoes to please them. and manauer of all work: and Bat and ball presented by Rev P.
Tucker. / \ the dots and gond the number you have counted Ito \ / simply gave orders on treasury for Barry to Master A. Weaver for highest In the Second Primary,
Finley | No strings to this offer ; you do not have to J Still they can all bet s lied with pnyinents of same. His work, books average In his studies. June 16, 1008.

J I'' to us.iiiako a purchase in order to have privilege or u!J "Queen Quality" shoei-to and by nil this accounts committee have and been accepted examined -, Bev.Two P.handsome Barry to Miss boobs A.donated Cahill for by For Delegates, to the National Democratic "

LmmmmmmmmULm counting. Ask for a dotted rinff. u 1/ varied and completo it the line. also approved. highest average' In her studies.A Convention from the Stateat
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--- nothing on handsome doll donated by Rev.

1Ig71gIB9z.:' :':;:m; ::JII ,1t.t.IIIIIOlIJI.nll1alalka ::, : We are wiling more women where he has made any money out P. Barry to Miss V. Trombley for Vote for thr.....
1SMITH The Jeweler $: of this road business. On the other perfect attendance, conduct and X MAX }O[. BROWN.
Co.MnnufaoturerH with them every day hand we have evidence that ha has studies during the entire year.
Lumber I.t .
lot of his time. The mostof X__A. C. CLEWI8.B. .
Florida. their reputation STOws every day. mvKN: : a A book, awarded to Miss M.Oocafor
Palatka, HIt the people here appreciate this excellence. X H. 8HADKLEFOBD. yf
& of 'Queen Quality" will retain its fact. I have made this statement asa : A bat aud ball donated by Rev. P.
Watches. Try a Hamilton 1 ''Ii citizen and with no Ill' Delegates; to the National Democratic g1
Pine and Cypress All makes American taxpayer Barry, to J. Smith for attendance,
i \ shape longer than any other Convention from the Second Con-
natislW.! Our Silverware Department is \ / feeling toward. anyone; I have 1 conduct. and lessons.
i i\ and be Sets Cheats and ready made shoe. Try it once. known Mr. \Vy II". for several y..an : Balls, donated by Mr. C. E. Row- gretitonai District
Mouldings, d\ complete in Tea SeU. Silver in / And In all of my dealing with him' Ion for violin music pupils, awarded Vote for two.

Family pieces. Sew our new stock of Fancy Stone 1 } nave found him to be strictly upright I to Masters S. Brown L. Barstow andF. X T. S. T)A VIS, '

and and honest In every way.Respectfully Leeks for improvement in muslo. !
Rings. Herbert Crook :yours Select pieces of music awarded formproveinent X FRANK: O. HEBBINU.
and Dressed In muslo Masters, A ----....
\Rough Contest Closes August isth. \|/ C. J. O'HAVKH.
/ Ring I, ICeake FI..., June 1st. Weaver. S. Brown L. Barstow. FLicks A healthy man lea king In hlaown x
Pine Lumber. a'1) Palatka Fla H. Lamb lie I Fahm, M lanes : unhealthy man Is an
P. Jacobson L.. Kaiinar. A. Cwhlll. unhs rhrhtlsn Burdock Blood Bit-

Send OB your order.KJBEUBI = .' _._. e; -1f:; '- IIfa4: .. ;. .c:_.",....." Di.rrho. R m u. L.Baron
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THE PALATKA NEWS "" "" "" J. N. C. STOCKTON'S Christian

$ TO VOTERS. Miss FritiiCis \1\Ioble. the school i

Entsrsd at to. PalaU postoffices The Issue Bstwsan $ What Stats Editors are Saying APPEAL VOTBB OF rn a'am of 1'olllona, cIod of her. term I Irl'ceDtly 1
TO TH DSMOCBATIO with the Ilitention \\V. A. \

4 mallkbl. matter of the lecondolass. Stockton. and Gllchrlst. J$ I sincerely FLORIDA:thank those who voted young l Injf In the and faH old,tfhe nnd made during ..eturn-I flerryday Go i

l for me and supported my candidacy It home In Ua"tlng
: Ii "" Whiskey' Venus Decency for Governor In the last. primary .enc" missed by the tn .. Dealers lu
JlJllabed surely
at Palat&a. Fla.
"General Overconfldeuce" Is tbe Now tbe second fight Is on. The election No one who dons not know and other good people. of Pomona.

s Friday by commander that has lost many a people must wake up, and up right as well as I do the unlimited resources Minnie E. Neal of JBCKOHvllle \->
battle. He..... in command of now or the result will be the same and thp unscrupulous: methods Miss address Crate Material
: RUSSELL A VICKERS. Stockton's force. In the first pri: on June 16th. of the saloons and railroad Interest Was. to HieylojaUeni-

mary. This account for Qilohrlst' i The hardest fight; ever made will which were united In the pet'.nc. peopleof III.. church
lead. be put up by the corporation and vicious attack upon my CflnlIdncy.c"n "t the Weird durlu/lier Tlsltto
r'w.. .. IUSSELU! taltar Ueneral Activity" I Is a commander whiskey element to elect Ullchrlst. understand how sincerely I do h Illet ttmiiidtty Lake Weir, she would bentertained 9 of all Kinds.

that win most of hi* fight He Iheywill double their efforts and appreciate the support given HIP. beautiful bv the good \\J L. workers -
baa assumed supreme command of corruption fund Agent and hireling The l Issue is now clearly and distinctly e l/pliam and Bev. L"w- _

L ONE CILCHRIST METHOD. !atockton's: forces for the battle to be will be sent throughout the defined I call on every Mr.Jones E 8.and their help m..t.. ... Fruit' and
fought June 16th and with this state to "corral and corrupt voters." right thinking man In each and r nce for
.' Th New 'ha received exact leader the fight will be won. Money and booze will ba. dispensed every precinct of Florida to give dispassionate We expect to soon distribute
I' reproduction. of tba letter which The Issue in tbe race between with a lavish hand; and the worst oonsldnratlon to the !: P Haiineiiiil llterutar..SUJlnlf forrompt -

are printed In fall below. Stockton and Gllcbrlet I* now clearly f..ture-It will have its Influence. method mid Influences arrayedagainst the necessity III I
lp en- Vegetable"Wraps.
I 1 defined. None fail tu It. action by our workers
can see The people now know what to expect me. .
.;' '- Their genuineness ha never been The question before tbe people of and they must go to work to The great roll. road corporation In coul''jflng their voting fileiid to decide .

I j. denied, nor can they be. this state U: i elect John Stockton. He stands for Florida. having no reason to believe lor Mr. btockton: for governor,

rf. Tb. letter to Mr. Tbrlft Is a ample SHALL WHISKEY CONTROL 'true tnanoood Christianity and tbe that I would deal otherwise than feeling sure tlmt on his election

j of buodred of others accompanying THK PEOPLE'S: CHOICE FOE people. He Is against corporate oppression fairly and firmly between them and hangs much of the wet or dry future .
OOVERAOR? and the and actively for beloved state
: whisker. people are openly our
shipments of whisky luto dry eonntle There is but one answer to this If the people of Florida do their at work for the election of Mr. Oil- It l Is with profound sorrow we hearof
4 : In the Interest of Mr. Ollchrlet question and the answer Ie: duty John Stockton will be elected Christ. 1 the continued Illness of thf grout

for governor of Florida. Not governor; on June 16th by an overwhelming Should Mr. Gllchrlst nominated 'ouiider. of Christian Endeavor IJr l Palatka Florida.Doctors

fc L The News does not believe the Uilchrlst a good-natured happy-* majority.-Manltee Rec June 16th, he will owe his. nomination F. E. Clark. He was at last coin- .
go-lucky man with no record of work ord. to the saloons and railroad. In- jelled to give up nil cilice work, and
\ ? II, ( sober substantial sentiment- the for tbe public good and with no terests. If I am successful. I will trips to Clifton Spring .SHUltarlum -
1 I 1 people 1 I. going to stand for such demoralizing known Idea. of statecraft, received Never Forgot H. Was a Gentleman owe my nomination to those patriotic were uecesmir Now he Is at'the
,I t methods of political cam more votes in the first primary than citizens of Florida, who could U. E. summer retort. 811Kamure ---- ---
paigning. and It I. upon an Indignant did !:Stockton a man who has devoted We rather think the friends of uot be misled by any possible power Bay Mass Pray for tile speedy, --- --- -- --
k his life to the betterment of conditions Lamar and Beard throughout; the or influence of the saloons or.rail- f full of our Coininiiiider-ln- : -.;
repudiation of such methods by the under which we live. so that state will not soon forget the severe roads. recovery .i.n

a, people that 'we base our prediction the masses should not be exploited lambastlngs administered by gover. The manngors of Mr. Gllehrlsts chlef. own Armstrong & Barrows,
of the success of Mr. Stockton' can by the classes and who I. known as nor and candidate Broward to those campaign have used the most despicable In State Pre.Vlnn..rd'* very members i DeliciousBon
the champion of principle that give gentlemen; in the week precedingthe methods In an attempt to Junior society fourteen faltniui I Eye Specialists

; didacy. I the people liberty equality and hap first primary.. And we rather ruin my character. The vicious nature h liave won Junior pins for OIIM pin m Hunt OltlM mi tat B'U'|.Day a Liars SI.Jackaalfllte. Bons
U October.
But here are the letters p ines.. think also that the aforesaid friendsof of the cnrnpiilgn made against work since last

E. LONG M. D, 1 1Macclenny l I This happened because tbe whiskey the gentlemen will feel more like me In the interest of Mr. GllchrUt was (told, three .enamel and ten"shining silver and

: ., r Fla., May 23, 'OS )r men took an Interest, on account giving. their vote and support in the must hiive been known and consented 'lliat beautiful phrase, 1
', Jobn N. O. Stockton. of Gllcbrist's declaration for local second primary to the candidate who to bv III in. l for Jesus," will surely describethe ChocolatesAI1HomeMae
.. Jacksonville Fla. option. during tbe strenuous day. of the first I will snv nothing ngHiiist him'asa Tampa Heights Pre.byt..rl..nchlldren W

Dear Sir: It is possible for a few very active campaign never forgot the fact that man. 1 iippml to you on the ; -A =- >,;
.. Enclosed you will find a letter people who are fighting fur their he was a gentleman and conducted i ground of |1"illcl"I." |>t ., I apprul to Interlaohen, In Northeastern district a Candies
business existence to record their his campaign along gentlemanly those of hi. iterwho have. has the second Junior society
,- from The U. Muller Co., to Mr. D. L. >Ujj|><>
t Thrift, who I. town marshal at this will over the will of a great many lines without resorting to wholesale i voted for him uiiiiiflu-iiii place; the letter I. self explanatory overconfident people. abuse of his opponents. Fletcher I the saloon or rHllruoHI..I'1 consider waxs as warm its the .weather and every day
& 'r. ""'a I and tbtuktnic that you could use It to Thus It happened that Gllchrlst, will be the next Senator from Florida the mollioilt. ,,,,d Influcncused, In the twenty young people think their \\t\ .

I ;.1'' L a good advantage I requested him to backed bv the whIskeY men. got .-Madison New Enterprise. I I his behalf HiuluKHluKt mvcnndldnev' society one of the best na well as the e L. A. SMITH I Ip

i, allow me to send it to you to which more vote than Stockton who was I Weak or Uncertain Man Not Wanted- 'This heliiK .Known should be isufllientv.neoi newest thing III town. Ev..ryehlld ,
* t be re..dUt' agreed requesting bow- backed by nobody In particular but o : ,. hv they should not be within three miles Invited and the 1.-- Lemon St, I'ulalka
:, ever that the original be preserved; by a majority tbe people In gen John Stockton now has arrayed again found joined with Ihe saloonsIn younger members of the.. V 1'. society ,
I;. i Muller evidently missed hi. folks in eral.All against hlui- his support June 16th give effectual aid as "Older DR. AKM-mtOAG.; who, perhaps in. ueacjicau!i JE at.at t;a m x J
l r this man. the men who voted for Gllchrlst The corporation element I appeal to all voters who do not Helpers" to their younger comrades.The one of the best known specialists in the -.

Wishing you a successful campaign do not belong to the whiskey The liquor element and wish Co have a Governor owing his I Young People's Missloary State will in future make regular professional
I am, Your. truly crowd. Far from it. There were That other element nomination to the combined support Movement, of the United States and visits to 1'ulatkn on Tuts- U.Lopan BAzaar, %titi trw,

LONa, hundreds who are honestly convinced which Is In ten steel, chiefly III Senator of the liquor interests and the railroads Canada Is planning for a great conference day Following the Sccoml .!Alon FTMldanU Mecr,tn'Tt*
P. 8: Might add that Mr. thrift hat Gllchrlst is the better man ; Tallaferro'sbehalf, in keeping as no matter how you have votedIn in Asheville N. \J., JulyS- day of each month The doctor specializes
say this whiskey was sent to him hundreds who know Gilchrist and many state und federal cilice a* possible I the punt, and no mstter whetheryou 12th. This will be a rare treat for on all forms of eye trouble and The G. Loper BaiJej

,' without any knowledge; or request of do not know /Stockton; hundreds away from Jacksonville. believe III local option or state i our Florida workers and one not be- reflex complicatiOns Headache Nerv-
!. t bis. In fact knew nothing of It till thee> ho have for year. been political All of these elements are activelyat prohibition, to give me your support yond the reacb of many of us financially Ol1 n,1I8.Stomach,troubles,Constipation Fire
arrival of the whiskey and letter. ... of Stock tons. work to defeat John Stockton. I give you my solemn pledge that If r if we really wish to go Low etc., by the system of Neurology( overcoming Insurance:
'I' E. LONG.BBEWIJJO 'I'he.e hundreds added together Tbe corporation element ha always elected I shall during my entire term I R. It. rates and moderate expenses chronic troubles without drags

made up a number which added to been against Stockton. Since tbe of office ever bear in mind thut I I at the Conference are to be. had. or operation Cross eyes straightened Leading American
CH..TT.NOOO4 COM'P'Y. the number controlled by whiskey anti-saloon l issue became dominant owe iny election to the patriot lo Itoodcltlzenahlp L Write soon to Mr. John A. Snell without knife. Glasses fitted for all Ala For

Brewers and Bottler. and deceived by reports spread by lij Florida and throughout; the south of Florida.. 62Ui Churcb !St.: :Maubvllle Tenn., usual defects Consultation! free.
High Grade Beers. whiskey money gave Gllchrlst the t:lie liquor interest of Georgia Alabama Work, and prove that the people I for full pnrtlulars.Ys alar have Office Hotel Arlington.Julie Companies

I', The U. Muller Co. Wholesale Dealers lead. Tennessee and Florida have of Florida cannot be dominated by explanatory literature here which 10th one day only
Jacksonville Fla.. May 18 ItH*. It will be a lasting disgrace to the staked their last hope on this at..te.. the liquor Interests twill bu. with I will I cheerfully be sent to all who' Accident Insurance

4 p Mr. D L. Thrift state if the whiskey men can boast, aud they are therefore organized to you In. person or by proxy and on will use It i peiaoiiully or pints It on to KorrectShapes: Won't Break
Macclenny. Fla. as they surely will boast, that they defeat any candidate that opposes June 16th we will win by an overwhelming other The Travelers of Hail
' elected the Governor of Florida the them. C C and decisive majority.All .
,, : DearBlr: very year that witnessed the forward Flirlda wants uo weak or uncertain along the line the tight Is on The Jacksonville. Unit Christine
We have sent you by express, movement for decency morality and man ... the and It Is church to, S. and C, E. member Insurance
governor during every day more apparentthat :
1 Lie
charges whiskey
clean living in all the states of thesouth. next four y..ra.Ve want no man It Is a winning fight. Therecanbe May Sitlth, had their auuunl picnic on
to best and elect Albert
[ use advantage who does not stand flatfooted and no. doubt of the Issue or the out Atlantic Beach 'llier mire few II The Old
W. Qilchrlst for Governor Reliable
any Sunday schools or C. E nodeties I (
Yours Mr. Stockton Is willing trust the square upon every important issuen come. Sincerely yours "Gel
truly. which iu the. ntulu. larger! than those in,
people tbe people are IlIt..r..ted..t'or J. N. C. STOCKTON.
M Co. Life"
TILER Mr. Gllchrlst Is not. those very reasons we want and this church, and they are lust as of New York

John N. C. Stockton may have his Mr. /btockton believes In encouraging need John Stockton now. Song of the Candidates. large In enthuimlsm and goodnoikt-:

\.JI I faults-if he hadn't he wouldn't be tbe people to vote for state prohibition I It would be a public calamity for as they are In numbers Marine Insurance

r human. But one of them Is not a if they waut it. Stockton to be defeated at this time. Everybody talks but "Father" "Being( a Christian at I ho Ballot
Mr. Gilchrist believe In keeping 'Ihe Journal can say this in all consistency H e's not very glib they say ; Box," was the I:, K toplu lust bun
to surrender to the worst
' willingness things us they are. because It ha never been a So he sit up in his office day and should have received I The !
t I element In order to achieve the blah /Stockton as Governor caunot put special admirer of John Stockton. Smoking his pipe of clay. special attention t throughout our Lendimg Compana

, I o31ce! of Governor. on state prohibition. I It has always respected. him and felt Tbe other talk and talk and talk, Uulon How was tin mxutliit-s. car I

\, 'lhat power lie. solely with the friendly toward him. but It has never Talk a* loud.. they call, ned out In our societies? \Ve. will Al Claims PrompSJ
; people whose representatives in the worshiped him as some of his entbuslaatlo All candidates talked on this campaign have a flue report from Puniona for I' '
Hon. Arthur T. Williams
chairl l legislature. adopt a resolution proposing follower do. our next week's liens-letter, t..l1ll1g' Setted.

man of the state democratic executive a chang In the_ constitution The Issues now. however are so Rut "Pa," poor man. how they observed this election-. I
committee bas resigned owingto ..nd- clear.cut and thu personalities of tbe topic occasion Offlon TO Front Btg Patent)
WITH THE PEOPLE WHO VOTE two candidates are so clearly marked That good old mule of Hllburn's
press of business matters, and Early In May wa, the time fur tlv
rES OH NO BY DIRECT BALLOT t;hat we feel that all citizens who Ha pulled him through all right; once-a,year picnic held l Uilmiii.
lIon. Chas. E. Davis of Madison GllcbrUt a. governor cannot keep have the real good of the state at. Hilburn will not have. to talk anymore Endeavorors. Irlemlg-iloiii by the picturesque e

'> county ha been elected In his .tead. l local option In force. heart should rally to the support of :tit: Johns.. iivei' Mere In,,- 1:
The governor cannot veto a resolution atockton's candidacy. But we shall Or pull that "bell-cord" tight. vited\ also comriuli' I trait: Jacknoiville. ,- Let us know your

In the death of Hon. George W. of the legislature. I have more nn the same subject hereafter But Mlddleton and "Father" Then cam,:-- t in" rttin. and It If the patent leather in thli paired
Wilson edltor-in-cblef of the Times- !Stockton: say. to the people: i ,-Pensacola Journal. Will race It, neck and neck. poured. Jo out.u' 'Xl"- iitliiK' I nii.rby .
"1 am willing; to trust you." I Even if "Father" does not talk villagers until lint I I iln... huj thuli BURT & PACKARD

Union, the press of Florida has lost Gllchrlst says to the people: I "TEi Saloon Must. Co"- You may find him "last on deck." dinner In a hu' O{,. tinj) ')"i \ lunm of out- Korrect Shape Shoes | Grocer
its most Illustrious exemplar and "I am not willing to let you decide I of Hi .uuMien, .\fit i 'tiliuiHr, It cleared
this question of prohibition. Local.. What's the matter with North Car. A candidates talked but "Father break through before the Brat
the of It.
state one foremost citizens. so that thu Juni.iii
up could have .
option Is good enough for me." ollna? She's all right. The Old I But the countrymen talk no more, out-dour aotv ..... through, we will gieoyousaewpstgfr.s.
:Mr. Wilson had been Identified with For the gomes, but 'kr the senlois I Wants
The whiskey men say to the people North state went for prohibition votes of old Palatka it *
wits one dinnil ,, ,
inn wanted ,it,
tbe progressive, up-building affairs : Tuesday by 4OX)0 majority. Even Have shown them to the door. the time .
spring of '1 li.mi.Mr. '-
j : of the state for the past 80 TeM.. His "We want to sell whiskey. Ithelps The Tain pa Tribune that publishes I The last was of Baldwin J
seen '
la L and out the P. M Olbt-n, [Mvnldent' of the j and we will be pleawd t
us !So: we will help' Gllchrlst. argument I Iagainst
;1, ; : dsmlse Is generally mourned He was wending his homeward senior Fearnside _
way; Weir'
/ i Stockton Is more capable than prohibition had to tell the I Out on those same deep sand roads has been society at /bouth Lak Clothing Co. furnish you with the t-|
presented hU i
Gilcbrlst. news. Next January Mississippi,, Not his road of lij coworkenmwitli ,
. The petition of the W. C. T. U. to He stands for morality decency Alabama and North Carolina will on clay a life. ineinbi-rslilp, (;3 00 thurt. Palatka, Fla. goods obtainable at Iu'pn

the city council of Pensacola for a freedom of choice and- J Join- Oeorjlla. and the liquor traffic Behind him came good Padgett, I m the !Quartt-r-Certury Memorial low
He should be elected Governor of will be out-lawed. The fanatical cry TOe "Watch-dog" followed too, undo This same. society of but 11 a iugly prices
: curfew ordluantia! in that city was Florida. of "fanaticism" "craze," ""cranks.. Cast down but not discouraged members gave more .liint year for
referred to the committee on Fire General activity among the be. "won't prohibit" "ruin our town I Though growling some 'tis true.Bitt this Fund expression of love for Dr 1:'".'' .. ,. 11,1'i'' u 1.1 "..' L., old a
and Police. Tbe committee i lievers and state" falls to the Clark and orld-wid Endvu\or a Bad shelf room here.
in onward J.n
reported good government will' elect: stop I Palatkal oh Palatkal! > "i ,1 M u uuutlii. fur the
that there was no necessity for audi Stockton. sweep of prohibition All the forces, On the 19th day of !May than... but otto other society In Horld 111'' .' :.t.. 11 II.IIOW ruin bowyer a want to convinceyouoftln|
Now is the time to get busy. represented by the home the school,I GRACE A. 1'OW-ilnSD.: '\ 'i"
and You 'i l 1"1111"U., S
ordinance recommended
an that and the churcb "eingie-footed"outtbe country : ulll u I tin-UK who go come and see for yourw j

, the petition be Indefinitely postponed have With been my advocating paper THE the superiorqualities SUN, Ii: to break up the are union getting of the together saloon And you U surely rue the day. I I Intt-rluchen Fla, May 27, Won ,,.,.I i, J.-.." I I It i-ll UatliJill! far rr.- ...... .--.._.m'.....- or phone your order in.

The council adopted this of John Stockton for the and c.is state. In spite of the combined Everybody talk but "Father" "1, i'u Ul,". mid f ,
I- recommendation unanimously. I office of Governor. efforts of such patriot as tbe Yet "Father's" come to stay Nam.i Thst Don't Nam. '\ nit HUT yuu uintii an xamluntion No. 8 and it will receija

; I believe in newspaper publicity, Tampa' Tribune The Times-Union And he'll be in Tallahassee Many lucmknl uaiucs convey no et or th' II.VIUIHVH' 'lell us utfulu. sir, prompt and careful alel

I and I am using this means to reach Bob McNamee and those "noted SmoklnK his pipe of clay.A act idea of the tblujn they stand for. anti I warn jou that you hud better
The people of Putnam county will ALL tho people of Florida. I do I traveler" Allan Rodgers, Jo. Ehr- Country Voter from Etonlah Oil of vitriol Is 110 oil Neither toll us/ can-fully. Just whllt u
was fouud
r feel a pride at the reception which not!; reach them all with ray paper. man and others now talking; and Creek. of turpeutluo awl are olla luvrvllio: a tion.Free
_ _ kerosene delivery
Col. Hllburn's name U receiving at This is my own campaign for what writing Florida will join the. state M an Irou Copperas "
north of us. "The saloon\ People who "take notice mint hare compound fluid contains nltuvss. uot at all awed, auld I
I must
\0 believe to be the best for the go"Is no
a: the hands of the .tate press for the people Mrred. a growing sentiment: In r:1' copper salts IIgllll:
the this c of lemon U
of this It verdict of the American the
state. Is entirely independent peo- CTtiemoly uL.
; office of Speaker of tbe next House f..o. at U.'OIM' only: put-up food and medlcln poisonous 'Oil C. Stephen!I
,. of any other campaign conducted ple. Candidates and elections are .a of known composition., Dr. Piurca'a FIIforU oxalic neld Carbolic acid nothIng of any cousequouce a .
; of Representatives. Col. Hllburn's In behalf of Mr Stockton. mere Incidents and can postpone Pmcrlplton .lands stone .. the only Is not n n aild. but nn alcohol Cobalt beggarly account of empty boxes, a* C

p name was suggested! first by the I am solely responsible for this and I but cannot defeat this great moral peculiar ready-put-iip allmenc.: 'medicine that beer for the on cure the of woman's contains none of that metal, but arse Situ ketqennij III'L' 1

Jacksonville Metropolis. The Volu- other matter that may appear In the I revolution. In the meantime some lull lint of the ,InKrodl-mt-ieomnoiiInK. wrapper It. print nic Soda water has ao trace of "The lawyer strut the table a crasb- Grocer,
l papers of Florida, which I wlll.lgn. may win temporary victories by the ed In plain' l-nKll-.li. It :' "Kavorlta Prcription" ,- and of soda lug blow. t
sic County Record says of him : CLAUDE L'ENGLE. help of booze and boodle. All right; I and of a specialist" .I.O ... > dl .-M: ;> sugar lead bus no sugar Cream .. g Kirby and Morris StiMU.
not a patent medicine tartar bas 'sever
1\ "Hon. S. J. Hllburn who They must the It of the nothing of cream mlDd wbat Shakespeare
was recently pay grafters. will toots of native, medicinal' planla without alco) nor ,
---- --- milk
nominated for the legislatureby Both W B. Lamar and John 8 pay In the end to get on the winning hol orothor liarmful lugradlonta. Dr. IMercaa of lime AllY milk (Ocrraan silver sal-s. slrlbo roared -lie nlll be stim- I Palatka Florida )
aide the l-reacrlptlon' ua. been tba favorite has no silver and moned and ,
Putnam county democrats Is already right side. The "waterwagon" Ihe weaaneuee. er for black lead no leud- con testify for himself In
being boomed for the Speaker- Beard, defeated candidate. for the Ir la larll;"and still moves on. the womanly .".palm..m which drain b.and..,nod disorder the tout of New York Press due COUrSe If U* knOW anything; about I
I. .hlp. Mr. Hllburn l Is one of the United State enatorshlp, are now Let everybody be sweet; and hopeful. of forty :yean of .. Send to 1).. K this cuel' C SaaaaaaancecerceDCCEO

..r bralnest lawyers in Florida. a conservative supporting Bon. 1>. U. Fletcher. On I Five, ten or twenty year will bring (tlt-lnr V. ,Fieri lndr-.dl.rn* at I HnRaloT:an,t N.abut Y. for meit-reooneod frea booklet) WHAT 1111 I: KM MYS no. -
4 man always, and he would Mr. lasting victory and peace and better aiunorlll a of all acboola of m"dlclno) of
May 22nd. Lamar telegraphed nay:
"l mckee splendid presiding officer of home., better men and a more prosperous tnam. Their The Cause of Many Kesta
. .1 r the House." Mr. Fletcher from Tallahassee as country will follow.-DeSoto UuiCdiiIligWork Kccpx t's European -

i 1 The Live Oak Democrat says: follows: "Accept my congratulations CoaDt7New.. An Exaiparatlng Mamma. Strong Anti Healthy.All Sudden

I & 'S. J. Hllburn an attorney In Put, I wish you success in the sec TO Issue are Clean Cut.- one The who small sat boy' mother wee the only the blood, In the body D-.BBP. There Is Deaths. Furnished Rooom*

nam county Is being boomed by his I ond primary. I will cast my vote The Issues In the second boy himself unmoved. while the small through the kidneys once every three a disease prevailing In this and Cold eal
COuntry Hot
friends for of the lower primary -most unwelcome addition minutes The kl 1nc moat dangerous becanoe
speaker for you for United States Senator: are clean cut. In the first > flltoriie blood eodecep.
, of Florida lie primary to the Informal afternoon ten They work night and l ilL IL .
the i4tive.
house legislature. -gleeful < dRY. Wb"n Mall7.udden At
wltb much pleasure. On. the same Browne and Stockton were both heal
Is said to be a strong man and a progressive the on ly ealloped around the circular table thy they remove about GOO dectlus are caused
citizen." day Mr. Beard telegraphed Mr prohibition side of the question ;j daintily spread wltb sllxer Impure matter daily wtea, unhi'iPJ; by it-heart
and di.T.l .
In the second It Is the whiskey element china | a-r .--r Charles KupperbUr
Fletcher a* follows "Sincerely and towered some part of this '
r -- and the big corporations. on the over by a cut glass lamp. In tb. left. ) : "I ease pneumonia
blood. brlngrUn'Ln
jUen. E. M. Law the veteran editor wish you succeis-will ask my t side of Gilohrlst as against Stockton "! a Bijulrcus pony!" hrllled tbe In- eases and 1'hl. dl.. E1 L41 t 1gg. heart failure orfrt"'I VIa.

of the Bartow Courier-Informant, friends to support you." who bee always been a stratghtout font joyously' as be tossed his Onsen headache symptoms-pain In the bock apoplexy ar*often Palstkmi
champion of the masses as against locks and twinkled his besocliej nervousness hot dry skin -. :li4fl ci the result of kidney ;
makes the following progno.tlcatlonreltardlDK --- --a- lees rheumatism [ '
.) the classes, and a man who stands with ever Increasingspeed.. the gout gravel, disorders of .Jf-4W'L I JIi disease If To Business \Men, prefd't'
the outcome of the second A Parsian Soldlsr's. Conundrum.To for temperance. Those are the Issues : eyesight and hearing i I 14f\4 I kidney trouble i. !:
"Mereyl He'll Other
primary race for United State .en. show that the Persian peasant Ii* and there Is no dodging them.-De- shlvered a have the lamp over!" regular heart, debility drowTu'Jr. "' ..3.,. j F- al lowed toadvnuce Men, and ;

ator. not devoid of humor the author of Fun lak Breeze. the human nervous young woman as I dropsy If 4.-poslt In the urine. Ct,,. lIut the kidney-poison- I have opened an offlo with ,i _
you keep the a"cii
gyroscope tUtors --
stumbled over the right blood will cad l a
"In the first primary Broward led I I "Persian Life and Customs" tells the Little Elite looking at the edge of a rugclawed at tbe have no troub' .Ith lou will' lack the Vltaorgah.J Ford on Front street "ijri i"
( giraffe at table for your kldn..y. the bl,,< catarrh of to da all kind of stonogr P j
Fletcher thwnext hlghestoardldatefor I : following support, then 8. E. L. Moor., or the kidneys _
4 experience: living
. United State Senator by aboutfHt..n tbe loot-Ob. mammn': They' have trlnmpbantly continued Pitiatla, yi5. ou River 51.. break down amid writing work, either by Pi'Jaji;
hundred votes. This Is a "A soldier was' an attache of a royal I made thnt poor thing stand In tbe sun circling. Conversation froze on pallid Do"n' Kltlopy. Ptule says: I have U.ed Bladder: troubles waste almost away cell by cell. *VM*>t, Wa-

mall lead when it Is considered that: Household a nd. beside soldiering be haven't tb"77MammaWb lips as they sat awaiting tho Inevita they proved and can say that from a deralljemcllt of time always result
very braenuln
the Coral vote cnsfe was about fifty bad to write poem and tell conundrums ,- )' do you say that, my ble crash Only I the voice of the small kidneys bed troubled .. I to DIe. M. a cure I. obtain..l quickeet kidneys b7' and May Manton Pattern 10 y,

". thousand, and that Fletcher led Lamar and Improvise puzzles One dear boy's mother rippled slang serenely. would be forced to arise m for years J treatment of the kh...* a proper Bym.lH2o. I.N. .,,
lug .ju. 44 you era feel. _
the next highest candidate to day after not having .keen- paid for Little Elsie-Look it.all his freckles. The nervous young woman could eIght times every night on account to badly you can Ulake ho mistake
I. him by nearly four thousand flrhundred. .- Cblcasto New. stand It no longer in sheer the too frequent'aotlon of takillg [Jr, .illller' by '
eltber military or other duties, ba said, Ibe despair "nn. .! of I ho kidney great ki.lnev.. i.... __.. ,. _the f w,11xTJ: !
} Messrs. Beard and LamAr ren tared. "Mrs. Archlbald- ....... u Wor L.u"t --'.. --.. LL.....'
to bU master: r-par. yes Weak Jt .cr remedy. I
have both pledged their support to .. don me-your dear little IJRlDe 11"11 It wee dlmcult mind correct Illability to hold
'1 have a conundrum excel "Is that your full name?" boy"The ror me to tlCaldi.g IIrllle and Verf--
Fletcher. and white no defeated. candidate your lady addressed from a chair. In rise .pain ID paaaillg it Cream
"Sure. stared fact I would and ovuComei'
change blankly tbat -
I can ever deliver hit following I lency. D'yonse fink I me then to sr""p something fur b..ve UupleaMbt
r over to any other candidate, then. '%bat I III It J1 name when I alt soused?"-Houston she said grasped the situation. "Malcolm" .... 1 doctored fur e"pllOlt ID doing compelled to go often through hece..lt7'of being .
example will have It. effect and will "Tell m" what It Is wblcb has a Post .weeny-Malcolm dear run Dumber of romedlw Years and tided a and to get 111' nlllny times the day,
easily wipe out Broward'i lead In I name but no existence." around In the opposite direction dar- her, until 1 procured without nndlnll re- nglmt The Dlild anti the during the I. t-t1 Id

t this first primary and place Fletcher r Iba master thought for some time How's'ThlsiWt ling Miss Vlnton's afraid you'Ilmake Pills at J, 11. I1I1Urbton'Bonn's Khlne7 It effect ci SWmD.Ront I. soon extrsordinary reaIlei.
I a corresponding distance ahead. > offer' On* undrnd Dollars BMwant for yourself glddy.wom.nHon.Com.. 'h"7 h..lped drug .tor. etand. the highest for __
sad then exclaimed! 1 give It op. Nowtell any me more thin. its wo..deriol _
'p "Again, the elements that cornI me the answer' .Catarrh*.. o(CKtarrh Our. thai con uiib-i-nirad by Halli pardon remec1loe. I do not bay to any: of the Climes SWAmp-Root of tbe moat distressing cue. __

pose Lamar's following are, 'My .lIIal')'.' tbe peasant groaned ". 3. CHENIV a CO..Toledo 0 secretIons at nl ltt. anti pass the I eold I. le..ot. to take and Is .
I thing far more antagonistic W".eb.un.I..od, much .... la ball dmggi.te
general b YO.aowo ".JLh n" .onKer 1 nly'tack / In
Jv to Broward than to Fletcher and I dropping on his knee far daring to be for; th->ten lAvvtra,and bli.v-> hOn p rf'otlv TRY THIS FOR DESSERT: the result 10btSlOld am well with I otle.ijoftir. size b ttle.. Yon lifty-ceut and REME-
the be laid of the friends I .o bold. bnneie ,In a I bUMlnraa 'rannactlona, : and anan-. n on,, Duau' frolD the use of "imple bottle of this may have a
same may _________ aiaiiyab.tucarry out any obllirMlona Died .IF.t.io vra one 1'f,1I'f.: any flavored XIln"7 I'l1s: and can ''''' wonderful new dl..
: the 'ry end
S. Beard. Considering wetor. ,, thorn rel'OlOm"Ad a book
of Jno by SIC arm Who to that
situation a* It stand today calmly A healthy man l la a king In bl* WALOIia lit...... ft. MtSTtlf, cup p.irtiy WhirmOuI: eougeeIDiJ Cream. "beet and until IIsihta.1iing. oe 7 troubl.any'person SufferIng f'ool kidor. both 88l1t free by mail tells all about It, t _
I at.' AdJ.e. FAV
i t$ and without preJudIce. we cannot own right: an unhealthy man 1* an trail' Catarrh Whalranl Cur-i' l. takou DnirtKl.,Tiilnln' ..O. roirn.. Whip sit tOij.ithpi' ,orrinlimi hromibiy;: fl$4'pp%, For & Co.. Blllghamton N. .Dr. Elinior 1 CILE -
Inlornally II .mni sale V.
tine Into by
a. pour "
avoid the conclusion that Fletcher r unhappy av.. Burdock Blood JIlts dtraolly upon thobu d and m..IU..u.. ,_of wmItiniimrandm' a mold n. bol. When rod 1 II Aterfllburo all'dealers' Price 60" Writing mention reading thu When : &

will win the race la tbe second prl- ters build up sound health- tha...".,....,. Sold IVaUnumlali by all druuia.Htnt fra*. PrloaTp.rrxxtl. cream or.iny ooI,p'miiin5 ho s'rvertwith mu,,.. Wl1tpP .t eo''" agents for the(0.. BuiT4tt, New Tort"ota.. Offer nmiatake in this ppr, 'Don't generous BwS -K* Llflhi't I

I marr." you well. Tata Hall Family piu* fur cooiUpatton. ::: ri. :':.i :::r. le and cae Remember the Uolted Stlltee. ,but the mke_any... .i'. LoUlS. .0

take 110 oUler. DalllDoaq'--.ad tsySMra3a the Sold aDd'r80011U Dd0.
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N. <1t1co I. ""ruby '15DliSCniPTlON. tlmt tho tollowlndorlbed\ le"lo. or5Omuchthereof will I
be no
no."ry to the DESCRIPTION. g gd.
pay clue o '
taxes herein lot ..
to the
wnh U'n roxt [ lOI' Name nqalhnr d
o such and OllrO.tll '
: IZs I bn sold ()" on the X'I'U DESCRIPTION: OWNER :8
,'h {'Original.)- IiLY. A. ll. t Pnlutka, to the County n' ,: g.lluOtl :a s

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When Franklin Deane, Just out oft -- -. -::-::= oI

, medical college, applied for the poof '- 06 I \ d u2k .a !

11 house Burgeon to St Luke'sphut = ,
I -' -

there were twenty other JlI'Ii.ta --- /''.gplkla' Lot I. blk 889. Palntkn. . . 1 l.eol1o Wilson 1 IS
; .
most of whom were es well I : d M Part of lot 4. bk J page 411 ...... t 10 27 i-":"<_!.blot; air tfaflelly ."... 12 9 07 GO Lots and 4. Silk 3396 Pnlalka. dworl Drown. .. J 66Imte
4 6 and 0 b Palatka 0 W Bromwoll
fled for It ns he. But Deana was 'i OWNER. 5j Part of :sot: bk 80 page 56 i'ne'C;; 11: Yeivlnglon 680Part Lot 11'. hilt BSJ, Palatka. : : Mamle Lewis : : : f:2:
I' headed than big competitors a dro g"" of nwv of aet4, part All of blk 3R6. 5 of 0 B & F'Ba) '
com'mltteo i! S of ji"'Vt, bk 0 page 027, 6a nwViat and \V ut Front S. P'a'ka. 011 Sou oft Fla Ry Co 18 11
examining was comi u e BOV and l' a In nee of nwVi. 16 10 27 49 k1 < Bass 125 LOll 6 ont 8. bill 8. Hua.on' addl- '"t

i of elderly doctors to whom mod.ldeat fg i .(;' P.H of wl! of lot i ..... '....... .... 10 l'l7! 1UCO Williams & Hpuncer.. 1 I 66 lion to Polntila Helghte, \\I F Lyon. . a 95W'p
'. and methods were either nil- -- .. Lot 3 (or w/, of aoVi) .....,.... ..... 19 10 27' Mrs ,, h H Hourbor- ot lot 3. blk U, Hart' addtlion '.
M to Paln'ka Coo-M Corio '. "O
wn or unappreciated. This fart .h.N'4 or of net.soy,{of .. .. ..... ...J.... ..;., ..;; NA It21 40 ''KIraR Just Dyes, .. .... Ota Part of lot 9, 0 at river bk V POliO rough 01 Lots 4. G. S. and 7..b.-IRhl"l blk 13. ,..I..rt'll )

e> seized upon and, concealing his ;t of nwtA f.4.soo\ ,:::::::::::::::: : = H Yt i8 .J1J: u: Uuvttd I :::::::::: I 99 it 167 ..lot .lV. .. .of'river..bit a..... 13 10 27 2 Fanny Coleman ,.. 317p".t .I.tlgrk 44,' Crescent:IyCity.: : : : : Jerry Wiillson:t : : : : I 55L.at O6

pledge of the new, told all lie knew.be All H40 of .eaV\ ..".."..". .". ."...S" ... ........ U 8 8 24 20 642 tiO {IIl1lmlln J I. Whll.omb SUGh.rl"Jr....t 446 '173 of.... ....'.,..0.........., .... .pane..... 9l 10 27 18 Tim Long ... ....... 961 x1'lt.ol and grove 2. lot bik f3' Crescunt Crescent City City I 8 le # Terry Goodaie.: : : : : t :: fAll

, i old. The result was that when Lot S w of 8t Johns river ........ 21 1027 68 F W and C J Leohtenburtf of grave IOU. Crescent Jake Lovett. . 1 iiiI'tb
.* decision was announced Franklin. All of loa (except ne\4\ of new).... 9 8 211 000 Hillman:: ""8o8herlnnd v ;; ; 10 D980V4 ..... .. .. .... fl 01 I lott 1Gf nt cltr
page gCrexoe Ctty
of neU. bk 33, < it 10, : :
11 3-4 acres n'liI : Thne McLeod . 8 tS
ace's name led all the rest. of he\4\ (leas JC0 13 0B ....... .. 14 10 27 11 8-4 C E Yolvlngton ...... 185 '
2a In no cot'.21 8 25 ns e& :::::::::::: 125 ., : All of grove lot Iil. C"o.cellt City 15t
bo Bcw. .......... .. ... 165 elver" .......... 29 10 27 100 Eat Mrs C Shelly .... 3 98 FrSanus Coa... 1 1
to relied ...
ch a man was sure Ne ....... ......... 21. 8 2. 1'10' Anole 811pp ........ .. 8 D8 Late 1 and 2 w of eo"f coo'ri'f lot 149: 6 by; '2 08'its J '* 41
the ladles composing the gI :new 26 8 25 40 Unknown .,.. .., .,.,... 165 Part of aumaral Grant bk R page
by Bwo say., ey4; r. .wi4.t.ii; ii ,... 87 10 27 24 Amelia Von Hngcl- bit 562. Crescent City
C9. ..,.,,,,,, ,,.,, ,, ,,, .,,,_", ,, 80. page
I'd of managers. Doano had been and ,,,v'4 of eoys ...,,.....,.,..,.. 28 8:1: ; 100 '1 W Ted S"4 MC..j..Whil :::::: Pt ot blk X. 511 ft wide to luke In
40 880
e Burgeon at tbe hospital a ;year Ow% ::,:::::::::::::::::::::::: nl = E5 109 Arthur Watt. 8 08 Part of Martin Grant bk D page 97 10 27 lf,9 bk 188 CreBcont .
::::::::: at 25 14O E n Plnney I .,:::;:::: 395 Grant .. 46 10 27 88 a., C A Dupont ...... 321DO so cor p. page ,
n the managing director came toand g 35 GIBClark 1f.,7 ahnvkin. .... 8 81 City fflll . . . Ifenrv Bell ? 198E14
Naa'oq sea e'Td a"; ';;i'n.i4"?::::;:::::: 3: : 40 Aaron; Minton ........ 133 Lot 21 and alt of lot 11 2:1.: Clarlsy hilt 91 Welak', Dr W A Brewete" 99 1''
i Bald: 2U 400 Weat Toool Turpen.E34 Ne'A of sew and .ei4 of new ...... g It 23 80 Edward Green .., .. t K Lot; of2oMkl fadJel IL, .'. .. Richard Reddlck: ? J 06

orence Miller, 1 bellove, you have of ee .. .,.... ........... ..: ... IG 8 26 80 tine\ Lb 967 Lot 2SNe4 ......... .... ........ .".". 21 18 11 23 40 C F Mitchell ......... 166 Late 8 and 4. hlk 4Volok..... Ellen Buok. . I 21
dllllman 8uthorlandNwo : .... .... ..... "" 11 23 41) Kenning Land Invest All blk Weluka" : Martha Hodgman. 2 06W'A
orted cured. We managers have ot Co .. ... .. .""....... 961of of nw4Sw <:0 "...... .. ... .... .51 ott hilt 1. Weiaku?. : : : : : : Hr'a of JuliaCsublt t 7T

en a special Interest In her because flww see.....he"......of.wf............end. .....elit... 20 8 20 ti file Utlknown, % ol no% and no4 of nw% ..... 27 U 23 80 Unknown ..... .. ..... ........ 105 Lot. 6 and 8. hilt 0:1.: Wpll.l'a. U fltllnrt. . a 31 ''
30 .., 15.
her father's fall- Nw14 01 aw.... 11 23 40 Nathan Cook Lots I. 2. 8. and 4. hlk 84. WolaklL a Hoblneon. ? a 75
after anl 956 .
L broke down .0'4 01 .w'4.... 211 II 81<1 4D 1< Guo W'Hanlon'..,..,. Lot

t and death and has: to go from here 110\4 E14! or 01 wJj I1W\4, of and salt ..,..,..?...... ., 21 8 26 411 Jasnph GII..on .. ".... 166 NV4 "f nVi"of"sei"nd"ai4"o'f. . . "! 1 11 24 80 Mrs 8L Brock .. .. ... 163 N eV. acres Welaka.of .nww, of nwk ofnev4 8 11 20 8oi! Horace WIULamll. J 96
w'of "
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world A farmer of aw'4 2a H 26 120 IHllmnh Suth"l1andW no* of so(4( . . . 7 11 24 80 Unknown . 2 ASNeVotnwy.ofee'A II acre" of e% of net, o..f nw%,
r the a pauper. \ it N./'o' : .
a tiSW'Ao 5 11 24 10 John Brooks. 1"J 8 18 26 111it Mro n Haddock 6 181
% ot ,
na forty-five years old bus. nuked I1W'4 and elit of .w\4\ ...... 23' 821 100 Hfinii\.s, i. rii, :\ : : .":: :: : : : : 1 11 24 10 J 1 Graham : : : \] 8 acres ot sey 01 lot 1. Welaka 3 11 26 8 A l' PO..II. 2 ItO 1
.... 4 23therland t o[ of n&tk.. .. 8 B H Walker . t 11 Pt lot 4, bk Welaku 8 la 26 lit Bon Chl.olm. B9Ilulghta.
j-recommend wife lie Is n plain of .. IIlC0lman\ 11 24 20 i
n nw\4 ... ........ .........?.. 21 8 20 80 Su ; of no'4 and".ey.\ otIIW'4 8y of 2, tIIcPO t14'II

not brought up as Florence ban Eli al Flll00lmun\ "" a 51.therlmtti Elk-of .aw'4. of. .nay4. . . . 11 11 24 60 St Augustine Imp Mrs M J; Brown ? 1 86
80\1 and p 010 of "w'/a ..... ... 27 8 2a IGO 8u : ; 8 51 Lot L btk 'Butsuma 'Heights. It Clark. 05l.nt )
lie her ' '
would good
but he inn a 4 18 80 A la'Caryi. : . 286 80 bilk 1 interlnchrn!. : : J 6' Bowden. : : : : : : 2ULet"
band. We have tried to, pui'Riiado 1954 1VA ot of nw'4 ot IIW'4 ot nw'h .... .. 03 8 .I" 0 E;]Cg Cowles', i ; :::::::::: :: W'A of of BW(4( and bk 9.ne page 4 of sw 41i.. 18 U24 80 H J 2 05 4'l' and d. hll 21. Interlachan rt R Brewer. 120
but have fulled. Un- :':.f"a :dn.z:; gle'vw14. yY : Gi 6 M ('owle0 Sou ne'Vof sw% 11 I Walker 1 11 LolA S3 and 84. blk 21. Intorhwhpn Mrs A R WoodaLl. 8 96
p to accept him : ::::::: -re. : FDA J of .t: 21'10: : Mrs ;
Bwttoof nw4e 2 Et liu ::: S : : : : : : : : : : : : 11 Mary L Agnew 2 66 All ot (except Iota 18 and 19) bUe'8S.
tanning/ your Ability to pot mutters, .. ... ......eww......... 6 WestOToeul9Turuen- pT'of' w4olt 'nw(4 of neH, "bk'84.. 10tor'"cheo.' . . Unknown. . lIS
truest dm fro Ftp 21 11 24 1'<4 Chas L Bullnrd 110 Lots I. Band 3. bltt> B. YOUIIS' addition .
llJtllt.0 < ,
beat pad BC7.
hale N o'.4 01 nw'4 .......... ............ .. 0 8 27 40 MeJJJc a 'Polito':; ,". .". 1a6i7 [e of ne\4.\ . 80. 11 85 40 T H L, Tulloatt 1 83 10 Intorillchen. . Alva Youn" . I n
t you will talk to her will a "Iewtl'Suudlug Nw'g.-or nw'4 .........,. .. ........... 0 H 27 tll kl 8 Poln" ......... .... 1 5S B'A NW\4 of 'nwii 'of'swK All or bilL 17. Kouka . . E 8 Gllbort. . 81 t
[ ( her to do what we all E'.ot IW'4' and nw\4\ of IW'4' ..... 0 8 27 1:10: R \V 'lIIe11tox &: Co.... 881 (except 5 2 acre) ett' of neV4 of Lot I. hilt Ft. Konka . . C A Rodgers. 1 11 ?
Nw1,4' of neyy and ow'4' of .. 8 27 of of 8WV4. 1 26 129 Unknown, 4 85
.w'4 6 HI) Unknown and swVi 4
her. .. ..... .... 11 BW'A 11 :
for G6 :
Ik best N5 or no\4\ and .wli of salt\ ... .? H 8 27 720 West 1'ocol B 1-3 of. nwl4 of BO tg aw-4. 18II 26 8 1-8 MB Rogers. 89 A. S. W1LL.AUD.
Turpentine -
be result of the Interview between All of se>4 (except Pt and lots -- Putnam
So'4 .. .. .... ..... .... ........ Co 30 sold as pAr Slsou Plat . 11 2< 105 Henry F.iltmnn. .. 11 77 Tax Collector CO llty.
ne i and Florence Miller\ waa! onlyDally S',y of sec" (lees ot .... 0 8 27- IGO M Drlggers .::::::::::: : 40 E' of eK! of neVtN . . ? . 28 40 Henry Feltman 2 65 -- --. -- -__- ---- li
given to the board of man nwt4 01 ew\4)\ .ne\4\ of sek and .. (? of ewe of sw)4) 85 11 211 20 W II Smith . 61
nww nwlt and l ;'W\4'
re. They were tohl t lint the doctor's no54 or hO'4' .... ......... ........ .. 17 8 27 82 1 R W lIIattox & Co... '8 'T7 Sww' of) sevi (less swu of of as a 28 80 Unknown. . 183

I.t: ball been a failure. lIe utiggest- Bw'4 or BW' Florence n mouth or ..'. ..""..""" ILl 8 27 to It W Mottox & Co,. .133 ne'4 tiiid w 2-4 of BOV. of nw(4 88 u 28 80 Melville Clark 0 70 1.
shat they keep k O>C AO% (Iris ta) ..... .... ... 3 9 13 3a Jo."ph Pt of J M llernandes Grant, bk .7 THE ;
Turnlp..d ..
er since she Hill I needed attention Eof oak of blk 10,1. 14 9 23 6 harry Jackson .. .. 166 166 page 136. . . . : 89 11 18 19.28 German Co. Assurance. 1a03. _-

must do with: If sue 'left The E\\'JoS of a"v Lot 12 ...... .. ...... ... Pt 923 20 Unkno"o ... ... .. ... l1L Lot 4, Pomona . . . 27 11 27 62 M F Lyon.:; :: : : f:3:
!tI'lI to remain. 2Ii. 01 no'4 or .w'4 .,,.. ... ...,..,. a4 0 23 Y5: Robert Cue .... .. .... 138 of of of 1'0'- f
eat IlCrm\ ) awV4
was 1IIf, of nu'4-' .. .. ....... .. ............... 01 9 23 MO Unkno90'ID Lye B\VV. .. nee 81 11 27 8Ilea Mary Nasli. 2-60
tter Dr. Deiuie's, interview with Bw\4\ of nw'4 ...... ..... ... .... ....... 1 8 21 40 F Cunningham"". .".. .. 946 W mona 0 ncros of soi4 of ewe of sw% 1 1P
ence Miller be attended) a sale of Nwo or nw'4 and JI1! or ewof I bk \ Pomona. . 33 u 27 8 1iahtI110.r..J'. .. 8 05

chold effects' ct: Emidi: Gordon oOwli ...... .. ......... ................ 5 9 21 80 J D :McKee ... ... ...... 305 Lots 87'0,.Vr.'d 10. ... 6 ii 23 206 :. . D 96
N 7n of eIV' "I .w\4\ of no'4..... .. 7 9 U UOkoow", Lot 19, for 1907 n 23 40 Unknown: 2 65Unknown.
bad a special rc'.iKon: for doing so. 1 8r1" of lOW\( of new .. .. ............?.. B ,1)) W 20 Unknown "" "."..".... 111!89 Lot 19, for 1908 ::. : : : : : : : : : 23 23 40 Unknown.,., ,. ... 2 60 t

|' wished) to buy n ct-rtnln piece of i, N alii 2On.of .74 that ot 1'0'4' o. .OW% ... ...... >S> 9 21 10 a B & l' Ry''Co...,.. 111 1 eta, Cl'IO: lor 1 16'riwv. 'of. '.e'4.' :: : : II H 25 lg: Land Co.; '. iLotll 68Empire 09 ALA TKA NEWS
01 01
Part oW\4\ of nw'4
ttlturo. Ho waited Imlf a day. when 118 and 11 5. PrIvate ..urveywoit'
lying BA ,,' 24 20 A D Tucker ., E at of soy of safe. 81 21 V. Klnghnm. 1 19
(auctioneer put up an unth' tit' ilesk.i \ Lots ...n.rra ;: ::::::::: :: :: : n : n &C
1 hilt c 0 7'I 24 10 Ferdinand Jnin :::::: 8 91 acres ofnw44 of nw 4 1 20 E C J White 2 65 ,
Donne who bad'n fancy fur old lot 7 blk 7 and lot 8 blk 7 0 1'.. ... 11-' 9 I-I t'l Joltzabe.h D..HolT .. a 95 Vo bk 20, page 248. n 28 Il Mrs Mary Nash. au
na'!, ... .. 12 21 4o I. 3Mi.W.Vn of nuV4 : tl 26 Kst L, B Roeean. ,
!pure Sllot once tbat It was not E71 40r"W' mid sww'; t'u4'444; ::::::: 20 : 21: 120 g L Brownies Lyon ., ,.:,::::::: : 9s 48 Lot 1 any 2 e of river . .. 10 13 26 87 a., Lucy Lulu Flnnegan.and
of Givens 80 S3t
i<-old, but an nrUntie bit work. FAir or sett hoes .11 01 so01 sew 2t 9 24 60 F' n Huaklne .. ...... 1 77 ?

K curving alone done by hand, must l1"r; 01 nw'. ...... ................... 80 0 24 $9 Unknown .. a asV14 NV&Lockett of ono' .ot14. . leas.8 acres to 20 12 26 IS Maud A Near . 95 Published Every
e. required some years to effect \ 01 nwl< oml .<''4 ot IIw\4\ ... 32 9 21 120 Hltlonrn &: Redding. 8 75 Commence at sw cor of no'4, e 280
874 ot OP'4' 01 lot 4 .. .... .. ..... ., U 9 8.1 G Hu.band Bros ..., .,. 89 ft bv 420 ft., bk 16, page 303. 20 12 26 2 A P Apploby. ? a 95
1'0 were several persons present Swk!' ot hw'4 of sek' ,,....... ........ 0 9 2JI 10 Susan Watts ...... .,. a 21 Neo of sag! of sag 39 12 II:: 2<4 8mvs. Roberts. 87
appreciated the niticlo.. and the riS: of nw54 ... .. .. ........., ........ .7 9 1M 90 Unknown ...... ., .. .., a till E; of OO'4tof of neH. 89 12 10 Unknown.. . 113
But Denne was Bw'of\ IOW'4 ..... .... .. ... .... ... ... 8 9 29 40 ('hoe L NYde .... .. 1116 W& of e> of BH4 of duo .ad.4j.S; 12 '
lug was spirited. Flo of BW'" .. ".. .. .. ....... ... ....... 10:; 9 20 NO Unknown ....... ... ... 885 acres 1'eye: of Be'4 of neg. 29 13 26II 26 168,1454 Mrs Chas Dorman.Marshall 8 39 Friday.
persistent that the others finally N1 of nw'4 .. .. .. .......,.......... 13 9 20 60 D Bohonoo .......... 11 85 34 Lot oc .w ..anplatw14 of. .. 80 12 10.23 Mrs A J W H Hawkins 4 80 Si j
6, .
ppod out. and he secured the desk cy of ewe .. ... ..... ................ 2.1 9 20 80 get A Putnam ... ... 821 Lot 8. Hires' sub dlv f'river 85 12 10.22 Mre A W Hawkins 371
'few days later be saw Florence Lot a... ......... ." ............ ...,.. 80 9 20 87 D F PrI.chnrd ... .. .. a 66Iv14 ) '4oLI\4", \ .e 88 35 12 26 40 W A Bryan. 106 ,
....... ..............,.. 10 .
01 lot 12 9 27 11 C r Kinney.......... 881 Pt of bk BL pnge C.au A
or at the hospital and said to her: Lots 1 and a 0 of Bt Johns river .. 81 0 27 M Amelia Von Engel.Fracfl say's OU\; \; div of n'\1.0:\ t 89 111 28 8 C klr'en:
ttended the sale and bought the kIn ... ......... ..... .. 870 H 16Lo .
1 It to .c'4 alit of nw'4 and e1! '" andl'21: bhc f1Lote 9161 and .--.. -
As soon as) got my rooms ot .w'4' .:........... .. ... ............ 00 9 27 808 C A Dopoot ......... 8' : 18
de i a thorough search pressing ovumiro Part Coeifnclo 1 Grant bit page blk 26. end lot. I. t. 6.8. 10. 12.

Inch of Its surface especlnl.e 159 0.:, .. ..:. 07 ,9 27 4 Mrs Carrie Thompson! 97 er 14.. .18.. 18.. .and. .30.. .blk. ..8.:. Beech-. . 40 12 2B 820 Heirs of a W Fer- I .
J Bummrml Grant bks 2 and 8 aeon. 9 67Nwk
carving. 1 urn sorry to report pages 816-221 ..... .... ......... ..... t2 9 27 137 Amella Von EngulG \ (less 18 acres) . p 11 27 144 A Foster.. . 11 47 111
: ?
If there Is a secret drawer In Itjl't 10 97 doe of .e4 (less a acres to Priorand hi

find It" 1 F Clark Grant ................ 44 9 27 14 29.100 C A DuPont'.......... 111 1'abre) and .Iit 01 nw'4' of An medium
Huertas or Bumm..1 Grant ..... 45 9 27 13 27.100 Amella Von Eugel e. 12 27 as C ltlman. eP6 Advertising
regret that you have bad so much kin .. ...... ..... ... 181 Pt o,nw5t: 'of nwV: ,.bk H4;"'teae i' 4 111 27 1 Hattie Gory. . B7 .

Ie," replied the girl. "You have Part at John HuerLos Grant bk Pt Pt at.t nest no of of tte54 ne4! ,: bk bk P p., page pa8n 89 89 B 9 g n I Lewis Jennle. Updyke Updyke.::. : : I U .

eyed' my only hope but you have O !page t 8 44 Part ::.Jf.i.1n... Huertas4rnnt .. 48 9 27 ,13L8 Unknown .,....... ....3802 W Lot pt l.of lot 4: Si L, page 112.-: : i2 13 13 ar 27 80 33 Irvinq Joe M: Newcomb.Harp . .. 1 8 66 G7
t.all ;you can do and I beg of ;you Part of John Huertas Orall' bk 42 An undivided 14'Interest'In'Pt of that brings Results.

| ke no more thought of me." page ]124 ........................... .. 48 ;; 27 1 H HWHllnm.- ... .... 121 lute 4 and 8, bk ; page 790. U P1 U.8 Unknown. t 98
: must take more thought of you. Port of Fleming Grant W of river N 22 acreo ot nw'4 or nw ... . 12 97 Joe M Harp.:. : : : 6 48
(""rdLor) .. ........ .. ........ ..... G1 9 27 80 8 0, D.a R DC hoe ...... 8 47 NA! fo !4w of e3 ? 13 27 10 T N Gautier 4 06
kve agreed with ;you that It was part ot 1"lemlnll'" Grunt w of river S4 of 4A f4ogf'noli.: : U U H U Ben Watio. .

|er. that you" should decline the (V..dLor) ............................ 01 9 27 100'I V :Rorl.on .. ,. ... 18 18 W 7-20 ot OW'4 of aw'4. ? . 18 Unknown :: :: : : n
u's 1 feel It Incumine 70 by M It of I tot 6 blk 8 Carlton E r3nf na'A of 'sw and "..l.I; :
bk 40 pose 2.1\1:\ ........... ........ 2 10 23 T D Hoffman ... .. .., 1.82w14 of .w\of .w94 and a 9.8 12 J7 401it Uoknown. 2
me to provide you with sup.or of lot 9 hilt 5 Cl1rlton .. ..... I 10 23 8 P'ToBker ........... 89 87 acres of'ey4 of'neyt... ." .. 18 u 12 27 37 Honeyman 10 Long 4 69 U

1 which Is the .. .... ..... ... .. ...... Unknown 160 f.v : Wo
a husband same Lot 20 ........ .. : Ig :: :: n. of nee of and nW4''r;
The only husband 1 have to Lola 17 Rod 19 .... .... .....:......... Unknown :::: :::;;:: 8014t'lS .e'4' of ." . . 13 12 27 20 joe 1101 Harp. . 4 It
; 01 ao'. ...:;.... ... ... .. .. ,....... 13 10 NO Alfred Walker ....... 886tY55 Nwt4 of nw 144 of sw 13 27 10 C C MIB.II.. .? L 89 Subscription $1.00 the Year.
la myself. Will you marry me? 01 ne" (toss 12a ,.. ? 12 ::0:13: 68 J C Steele oft Son ,.. .9 BsNy4 P t of Carrier Plot bk 98 'g 686 UgH AO t : dBhll n I n

light flush came to the girl's pale of new a14 of :..04.and fle54 ugy.of f nuand: =2t. 13 27 Julius .: : ..
k "Had, your offer been In a 01 ow'4 .. .. .. ... ... .... ...... ........ 14 10 23 200 1101 JI' Lyon ............ 58G 7 ,.ji'r! ; wll'i; :; n"14'.: : 80 Joa III }]arp. 0 98 -
14 10 23 80 A White .......... .. 8159e'4 bkr l8 cpage 6B2t, nw 01 nag\
i usual to lovers I might bave coned N14 of .ell. : :::::::::::: . . 12 27 BOMrsue A Judd. .
0! .wV ::::::::::::: : u 10:13: 40 H II Cunningham ... 906R'S Elit 01 sew . 277 Bohm 1 19
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I It. As It IB, I cannot. 01 wo of swV4 and BW'4 of B.4 of ney4 of nwl,4. and wof -- -- ---- -- -- - --

Doane sat looking out of a wln1 nwy4 at ....'4 .. .... ....... ........ .. 17 tg:13 30 Eat R E B.yle ..,. 1 G3 wlit ot' ne'4.' . . 13 17 20 Atlas E F Hudson a 95
p sat 1 ((1..1 .... to ...... 18 : 3 Mack S ...., 166 NY [ne54wk' 22 13 27 80 \V C Melntocit 2 65
1 thinking and when be looked upIrk of lot It and e'/LUrcfllro..I.O....... 18 LO.. 36 Mack! Iveter .. .... 1 55Flt Lot 14. net' lgkenbpthatn'Pint. 13 28 6 l\Ierrell k &: IIharpe.: 8 6t
I was gone. WoS of lot 13 and oil ot late 23 '. Lots 80 anti 2l, Dakln's sub div.: : al 13 U 12 W R Oruen. . a 80 The NEWS Job Departmentis

18 10 23 100 David Smith .... .. .. 4 06BSS 8(4 of s50 of wag new bit
at evening he sat before the }and of 44 nett. o i. .04.-:::::::: ::::::::;: YU 10 23- 2u caroline iB11ldwln ,"., 1 66 in page 1'0.of, .ao44'of r. sax, bk I": Ia 13 18 10 Goo A IItove".. J IV
desk. no had been told by car
4a In cen of a !: orl000A. of deg! : 444. . : ?: 11 13 28 9 8-8000 A Bteven.. 7 80
9elltors 4 Mann .. ..,.... 18s4a par
Miller that her father and her bk 43 1'1111" 87 .. 94 10 23 IIlmeon pt W h ltaker's sub die, bk 'T .
r's brother Enoch Gordon had In .en of a \ o[nay.bk I pnge 444. . 18 18 28 1'4' Ge0 A I'Itev.n.. 8 70Drayton equipped to do
bland ,
43 8.3 Blf'IO Olf907a.\4 ..... .0 10:13: 4 IIlIooon ..., .... 18N14 Lo 13 and 14 Towles'sub: 'div
; within a few days of each other; of p."o' of'1'ompklfle\) (luxe6a Island I : : 39 13 au 20 L D Daker. . 11 77

the day before her uncle's death Youngandand w. ..... 23 10 23 110 .Archlo Morrie.. .... 8 Bit 38, page pt of D..rayton
10 23 10 z3 40 'fhomae Wllllama .. ., 1:16: Island 1.3: . 89 13 au 8.80 Unknown. . a 96
ad sent for her and told her that NeV o t swy4 Survey :::::::::::::: 2. 10:13: 10 C Mille .,. ....., .... 111 Lot 8. Valentine's survey Orayton
|ad made a will In her favor revok- Lot 22 Avery Islands. ., . .'. 89 1918 6 Wm Johnson 1 U all kinds of
Late 80. 46 and 4-10 of lot 20 Avery NJj of nw'G ot lot 8... . . pA88 8 One lII.rr"lI. 93 '
1 former one bequeathing hla prop- Survey .. ..... ... ............. ....... i4! 10.3 24 Edwd Green .......". a 61 Sw'4 of . .. e 18 38 40Unknowo.. 9 8RNey4
to his slater, from whom be wleb.the Lot 16 Avery lIurvoy ,.... ...... ..... 2t 10 2a 10 J C Steele &: Sons .,. 111 or nei"' ,. .. t7 13 880 W 1\1 rber. 186
Nw\4\ of IIw'4' ... ......, ...... .......... 9 Jo 24 40 HIlburn oft Redding 196 Water w by water 'Bt. '
act concealed till after his naof seV a u 20 Hilburn & Redding .. 145lt s by n line of Ado", S. n by
h. The new will was In tbe carved r"nag and nag onw. ,:: 3 10 14 IO! Chop S May ..... ..... 396 Lucas and e by River. Palatk. Goo So u oft Fla Ry Railroad Steamboat and
__. .. .. .. __ __ 9 39
ot DIIC 13 Marln.r. '
It unless In Blk" and sw cor ,
was not there aJet 3 .' Lake ... .......... .......... J 10 24 13 MrH K H Thompeon 160 Water lot bound n by water Bt.a ,
drawer. .. 10 24 20 J R Gary ., .. ... ... < 1 1,1 by Dalton n by Larkin and e
BH4: of nwV4 of jiol4 i;:"oawi4; by River Palatka.So .-, . . Geo 80\1' and FlaMrsy30
ane sat looking at the desk for an of ewe and. "w Ifia; )
Then something suddenly' pop.nto NwJ4 oNei ewe ... .. .....? .".... ...."" -,? 10 24 55 Heirs of 0 A Brooks t 7( cor blk 15 :PalatkaWMi O AI.In: : : : 13 14S 1 1I Commercial Printing.
off ne i of 864 .. ..''..... 10 10 24 10 S L Hodgeman\ "., 120B of Ol lot 3, blk 80. Palatka. I C C McKeo.le. ... 10 81
his mind. These secret draw- ;; of coo of sag and; ;salt of Lot 2. blk 80, Palatka Mary J IIIcKen.la. a 86
In old desks were often made of y. \% of sow ....... .......... It 10 24 80 L Mann .,.. ...A.. .225Mlllodge 1't'i.{ lot 8 (ISO. Juuoh-a Hall: ) 'blk
BW l""Vi 13 10H: 5 J Ryan .. 70Ellsworth 86 for 1907 Palatka. . Bt Jaaab' Hall. a 96St
He went out, bought a pocketass 14 10 24 40 Trust Co! :,. 170 Pt EU lot 8 (St J 800b'. Hall) ---- ----------
and returning began to passer ;EKfC'Sle'lVaVoBuuirAHrewer; ;,; ; ;; blkla for 1906. Palatka. V. 10eob' HaIL.. a 95

.. ... U 10 24 23 A F Herman .. .. .. 825 Pt of lot 1. bk 69.page-654, blk
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tbe desk. In a certain place In .... ............"". : 41, Palatka. .T . Wm po Bat8l. 847
16 David ?
crying he noticed that tbe needle 12a of nel4 of W4 ; r 10 II L3 Est Young 96 Lot 6, hilt Palatkawi ? E.t R T ROOh" a 6R
{t of nwl4 of ne(4( and.'ofne'4 ;, ,; of lot 8lhl 57. Pnlntku; : : : : W E Ellleon 8 91The.
deflected. Taking up a pointed of nw(4( ?............ ........ 17 10 24 ,30 Bon Tooke : .... 226Mra )\ si'of lot 1. blk d.; Palatka. Holden. . 8 to estimates on all kinds of .
meat, he prodded the carving of nH ( awfc' .....;; 18 10 84 10 P L Shlveloy i .. .. 1 46IS Lots 2 ana :tf, blk 65 Palatka. Francis Graham 11 H
t thle E)2 .." off new and net of nettN4 Lot K. blk 66. PnlafkaBit . : H A Boll. . . 11 85
i place. Suddenly out sprang ) of ........ .....t', 20 10 24 30 8 Gilbert........ .. 295a of lot 6. blK 67. Palutka Sylvia Anderson 4 88
el I drawer. It contained but one 01 AO'awii"of"nw4 ........ ..... '.. 2J 10 21 20 W aillevta ... .' ... 170 S lof lot 3, blk 68, Palatka i'io; W
1' Deane read It of .......... .28 10 24 10 B A Putt 12<1 f 1907. Francis Hudsol1. ... 4 1a
a will. eagerly.
8)4) of n<4 of B.\% 01 nwl4Bo' :;::::::::::: S 1-3 of'lot'3"bl'k, 68. Pa'latka'for .
37 .
.. 10 Unknown 89 Job
lied testator's be. of HWVt' ...... ... 10 24 Francis 71 Printing cheerfully
that since the of ne'4 190 . . Hudson 4
/ 27 .. ........ '
nw'4 .............. II) 24 10 C U Ashley Con 1-3 of lots 8and blk ,
se'of 6,
I sister was getting old and would Sew or of sF4 of ne'4 of n.4 .. ........ 28 10 24 10 B F Worded .,.... ... a U Palatka.-. . 68. Henry Hudeon. 419
ed his property long; be willed It 1140 of ne'4 of swV. nww W 83 ft of nlfc of w'2.3 of nw%.
la niece Florence Miller, with the N4! of nw'4 and eii of ne14' of sw(4WHi 29 10 24 05 Wm H Cook .... .. ... lie of blk 74 Pnlntka? John Golden\ . 4 05Uoknown.
of se)4) .. .. ................... ... 30 10 24 80 Edward Green ....... a 86 W I-a of n a-a of new\ ot'blk 71, furnished.
nctlon that she was to provide of !4 "" 81 10 24 40 Mrs L A Chamberlain 155aei Piilatkn. . . . 6 17
ha \ \ : :::::: ... 81 L Chamberlain w'1.3 (60x125( ft) of
said sister's maintenance %lof Sf .Vwii11: ... 10 24! 10 Mra A Wtt"f7.liIp'\ :
\ Rosa 1\1 Holly. 'SO f
hurried of n.4.. ... 34 10 24 80 L M Kilburn .....,.., a 811 __
ane away to the hospital. Se<4 of flak and swlt .. .. Si W 'oft Walker..... ... 163Ne'4 FM of w ( .t.8..rt) ofblk '- '
of ae(4niu ( ... ....... 10 24 .20 17"s"! PalatkaB .a. .0 Rosa M Holly ,. 9 39
y proposition of matrimony, he EK of of.ne'A.w'4 ... ........?..... .......... 89 10 21 40 C D Ashley "..... ... 1 55 70 by 113 ft In se cor of'blk'78 Our work speaks for itself.
"Was unnecessary. All such offers of nw3 and nw'4 0ew" PnlatkaW I .I .. : Rosa M Holly. 8 18
ur case are unnecessary. You areUncle's E-S of eww ... .........,.....,... 31! 10 24 60 W II Walker .,. .. ... In BO by 100 ft of oea'i-a 'of sft:
'. """ "f saw\ ............. ... 10 13 240 Kelly It Co .... .. ... 5 9flKelly of blk 78 Palatka. .. Rosa lit Holly. 2 96Roea
heir." 'Be handed her the NBw' and 544nww ... ...... .. ...... ....... 15 10 25 40 'k Co .. ... ... ... 183 E 60 by 100 ft of cen i./ ,jt stt, .t 1
\ N.\4\ and n4! ot I1wl4 ... ... 18 10 II A A King ..... ..... .. 185 -anti 88 and 80"rte We take in all'
Miller took It and ra% her eye ia Moillater ........... ....".".. 18 10 as S O Rod harp ......" IIII of sw4 of blk 80. Palatka. H Borrou.h. 6 60 a special pride
It On her face of those and 37 Ho.llter E 63 ft of w 1-3 by 160 ft deepof ,
was one
26 .
elks 17 .. 9 M
A Co
ow'4 120 Kelly blk Palatka . . . D TCRpero. .. .. I 96K
.s which betoken tbe receipt ot : \ 20 f95 120 ft Co- .. ... ... .. S 75 All ot 881 Palatka . . T Rooh. ? 67E.0 s4
i especial blessing. SrISSwsof '\ 21 10 25 10 H W Motes ......... 188 Lot 9 of 061 144, Palatka. . .. Amanda Stun
Ir.n. . . an
r. Deane" she said "you have .,.... ... .. 395nww printing whether it be
1 Garvlu
... ......... 10 26 1 Oeo ofw510ftof1at3biki66 our a
.... N'a
terted me from a pauper to a rich of aw'4 Evans tract t .... . :. : lOra Scarborough 2 9Blaoaa .
Lot 0 blk 1 pert ot Joe ...... 1 83 Pt of lot 1, bk D, page 861, bik 168
I1 to ...... 10 24 llit Daniel Johnson
ask that I bare ..
Anything .
you bk :u pall" 621 .... .00 I 11) 20 K Manker .... ... 1 38 PalatkaE . . Orlsa . 3 75El

|shall be :pours." Part or nl4 of oil nwk le'4 bk.. .2'J...pate... ....... I 10 20 10A MP Duane ..,... ...... ant ) blk 1-3 188 and, Palatka.w 1-3 of'a14 oflot'4. : L Stanley. . 2 IS \

here Is but one thing I want. Had Bw'4 no'4 ..,.. ...,. ,,. .... ...... : 10 20 40 J T Pendleton ....,.. 287 Can 1-8 of stt of n (St 'Joannh large or small order. r
01 nw'4 .....
k.d for It In a proper way I might Bow bk 8 page 88 10 24 10 Richard Bartlett a 21 Hall) blk 188 Palatka for 19C7 SteJoseph Aid Soci
Part 01 .w'4 ot sek .. 8 10. 26 80 J M Smith ...., .... .. a so . 3 35St
got It Now It Is too late.
i Nlit Roieru"ddUion to Con 8.6! lot 4 (St Joseph
gee." she said. "My fortune daps Lot 8 .... ". .,... 8 10 W Major Davis .... ..... 196 Hall) rkl'M. Palatka I for 1906 Joseph Aid Society
of making offer under i Francis .' .... 9 10 24 Ln Mri P M Guernsey .. 166 ' a 28Robi Send
you ": : :
your sH'of 08'4 .
i .
Jones 3 21
of .Iit .; 9 MoKenala ... ... 237 Lot 6 blk 170( Palatka us a
E-S 40 C C ,
me circumstances, but that for' .. ... bkVpag.M 10 24 Lots 11 and 13. blk 195. Palatka.. Willie On... . 4 42 ,

i enables! to make the offer to! I1 jgeae "cor"al. w-i-oV .e'4 .'.. ...... 191 Lot 8 (Perkins sub dlv) blk 117,
me Chlsolm
.... 10 28 Alfred E Donaldson 4 OB
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.. .. Palatka .
84r. ... i0i9 .
Will you marry me?" "of nw'4 .it.S ; ;; : 10 10 24 29 Unknown .. .. ... tail Dlv A and B Of 'lot 8, Dtk 300.

lURENCH CHURCH. port of e4! to 6WII'. .11trO'Relley Palatka . . . . Eat L 8 Soarbor-
FOSTER 10& Trial Order.
4Vo: of .e\4 (res. ... ....... ...... 10 10 26 70 Eat W H Wlg .. .... rough. .. (02
-- .... ) Whnr t.ttu Cen 1-8 of e I.' of eH of blk 106,
want WJoi 01 le'4 (Ie.. 10&. ..'10.... ........ .. 14 10 a umber all we MaWatenW IRg.
you got for 1007 Palatka.. .. J
..... ... 11II 10 24 20 101 .... .. 442 Lot 8, blk 216. Thompsn
O'Aofeyt awe B 18
rown's job Boy-Yes. Plumber ot .. ... ... ...... U 10 !') 10 Mr. Jennie AII.n ... 111II O B& FRy Co. 18611
of hlk 831 Pnlntka
All ,
pt? You 'avon't forgotten nothln'7 saw of Taut' ot .wl4 .. ..' .. 10 20 80 Eet 0 0 Darralt ... 911 Lot 6, hilt 235. PalatkaVI : : : .:: : .Wm Aah . 2 Alt
... .. ...... 96 ,
to new : 18 10 le l 5 Unknown Hcntt Ash . 2 6B -
: .
lilY soul 'ow d'you expect tilt l'pnge EEL | ii-: 1-3 of lot blk 1 Palatka.
....... ...... 96 l.7 Ih: '" T
pow .. .,. ::; 18 10:1:<1 10 Unknown W 1-a of blk Palatka. Julia Lee. . 1 65 p Y
i a plumber?-Bystander. NW\% of '& of "wl ;: ... .. 18 10 28 2-10 J M Smith .... .. .. .... (32 Lots 1. 2. a, 8. 9. 14. and 18 nUof v714/
)! .. .. 19St 10 Ifl 20 Unknown ... ..... .. ... 117 blk 247 Palatka. .r.' aS&FRRyCo: 610
814: V-U' Sbk--pai'. 4811' 10 iain 5 Jacob S.I.ler. ... ...., a 4' Tote 4. 8 and 8. blk 247. Palatk,. 08&rKyCo. 3 65Taaao
Subtraction. V Lots 10. 11 and of blk
eV> 13. I 148.
all empty: barrel weighs ten SrTSf'U* ol .w1,4 bk 10. .pate.. ... 21 w 10 liana ,Mltol1ell .... .. 8 *:; Palatka. :. ; Williams. 670Levl 4
tie to itII .. .. .. 113 Lot 15. blk 348. PnlatVa.' ,. . CWMGK 1 R!
wbat Oil It wltb 460 111 ID Pattrreon; ; **
can Samuel J 7 0
Lots D 11. blk 263 Palatka
.. ...
1Jr 111
It weigh! seven pounds?" Lot 8 0tf.fa.ftiSi. 10 M 10 SewardUnknown... wn. .... .. Lot 9, ana t. Pnlutka. . R D Alexander. 'I'
Part 23 10 M 8 ? lots
Howard' 1668fl Hike 368 and 268 (less and
[ ave to give tt up." Part 24as 10 M rows 0> Pulatka O 8 F Ry Co. < S7 RUSSELL & VICKERSomaaceot a

fill,, It full of boles. B.4 Lot 8 of bOok""' 14 of maps.. ... p....0... ... ..\.. 10. 18 : Unknown. .. . .. t'TONwl4 AlftI1iilsttca.! ..117 (lee,,. M P I.yon Ili!

? of .aA pi lw /'(Af:wK. J U 17 US Mr- Amelia Von, En-] -. All x f lilies lit ,nd .(,. PaUtka.. I M F Lyon. 1
orance to less distant from truth of awls I\,, ,

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i Hard work has been 'the prime cause of any success I have attained


I Any charges which mean that my heart may not be with the people and my purposes may not be to Y: ]

serve them rather than some special interest, you will understand are false and made for political effect only. s '?i rr

Such charges or insinuations may be supplemented by others at the last moment, and I warn you against them.

I made no charges whatever against any of my opponents nor any uncomplimentary reference to any of II.

r them in my literature or on the stump, until Oovernor Broward came into the race, and proceeded to print

+ I and distribute his booklet in which he attacked each one of his opponents, Messrs. Heard, Lamar and myself. t1.

I have replied to those attacks in as mild and dignified a manner circumstances s would permit. You

are referred to that reply.
.) It must be disappointing to my opponent that with the aid of the administration machine, backed by ,

administration influence and l pressure, with convict, jail and food inspectors, detectives, cmployeas s of various

\ kinds, and wire pulling facilities ot every nature assisting, extending into every county in Florida, he could ,

only lead in the first primary by a small plurality vote over a man never before a candidate for State t

office who has made his own fight, single handed and alone. r ]'

This is because 1 am with the people in this fight and against political machines and factional govern'Z #

r4 ment; against trading and dickering in State affairs playing politics with important State matters, neglect- -

ing official duties and seeking office contrary to the spirit of the constitution. .

I 1I3 I believe in the judgment and conscience of the people, and that they will be guided by truth, and that ,.

truth will triumph. Having this faith, I submit their cause to them with absolute confidence of a sweeping .
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1 ask every FLETCHER 'MAN to be ACTIVE and VIGILANT until the votes are counted

on the night of June 16th. We are sure to win. a'' d


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Stockton 1s the candidate of the a stream, on the bank of whUli -
J WHODIDN'T people-the moral, luw-abldlnir and ., 'they them alf by name as they upprotcM
THE sat throwing stones Into
liberty-loving people who dct. not ; ; ; ;el: ; him to shake hands. One of them"
They wore thus amusing tboniselveswhen
GOOD Hpi want,rial to interests.A nee the. State! governed by ''I i I The Elton. Case. Ii a policeman went to them and 1-Which Was lost Richter n child went by accident away This about m.a.the tin

t MAKE vote for Gllchrlst Is n. vote for 1 arrested thorn. Their flight hud been ...... furred to It and the
these special Intermits. They possess $$ $$$$$$ .... discovered, and tho police notified. $ .w : gave
For week the mother witched Iii
GlluhrUt already.I It Is vain for The next morning' fir Michael Fraue I a
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'him to declare his freedom of them a retired! bnerisier. rend and asked questions and at ltd IN
LAUGHING STOCK !Tho wphnn( Earl of Elton, four years \ In a morning In the year 1SS3 there lived at Kouls- lit
l QILCHRIST A GUY AND ; when he stands shoulder to shoulder paper of the flight of die Cull won sntlsflcd and accepted him. *
; with thou )h cannot cleanse himself old ,,Hs playing In his nursery. one of Elton nail! hU slider. nod young their hers Gcimany u single milD named of the neighbors did the amt, M
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of I he contact by mere iissvrtlon. morning wlien Mrs. na wson. who was at which nil Albert Itlchlvr. He! was at that time there was one man that set a IIIP
As Speaker of House He Was Uncertain, Undignifiedand I A vote for !Stockton: Is a vote forn In full charge of him, brought lu a little shocked Sir Michael land England been a closetrlell.1 was twenty-elght years old and had considerable for him. The woman who bad export
innn who has epent n life-time girl of about the same years. gay- tho other bad tech
Was in Chaotic Condition While of limdud Richter now Immigrated
Legislation Hunting corruption In tills !State! to him the last Earl of Elton. Ha property. wns aqul.t.
: .
knew Hint a m.IOI'( was heir to retiring mini respectable and lea. This Richter claimed that bt.fel
who now asps 1 for recognition at the the
He Presided-Lolled in a Rocking Chair and hands of lite I people for whom lie has "Hero's a little sister for you, nnlph.lIeI' title but for his llficouldn't reuicm honest nnd well lilted and at the date been In England all the time, MlDJIIC

Cracked Peanuts During Session-.If elected, will worked long and faithfully.INTERLACHEN hear name Is Gladys. Now, don't lot her Hut there was n girl. Ho llnnlly wo give wnn keeping companyvlth a a truck gnrdon near Manchester b
-- me any more grumbling about not recalled the fact that n sinter of tho )'Olllllf'omall.. They quarreled nbout tho next village to Konlsberg mil
i be Obligated Whisky Ring. ITEMS. having" playmates like other children." last (veal the Hon. lire Prewcr hail something, 011<1ho suddenly disappeared. young man who bad passed threel+i
V' 18 she my sister?" said linlph, looklug' left little In a German In Ui>
[BY CLAUDE I'ENOIE:] u !girl and that frll. Dwyer Ho was living with his mother mercantile house
at the
--- ---- --- -- girl admiringly." "Whybavon't and tho carl's/ brother, Tweed Spencer,, and It was shown that be got .up Chester lie was got to com over uI
t m a When UeneralOllchrlst was Speaker If General OllclirUt In elected Decoration Day on Saturday was I seen her before? hnd been left In charge of the estate about midnight and lei'tho\ house question IMcliler, who claimed to h
observed by the U. A. It. of thisplace "Don't ask questions or I'll send ber
of the House JUOu It was the Governor 11K WILL UK: ELECTED by martini music und scatter and the two children who wero or That won thc (last to be seen of him for very familiar with the town. Thir.IS
most chaotic body ever known In BY TUB W8KY"UTI';. log!: beautiful flowers on the gravesof away So phans. 1'hit Spencer' ou assuming this many a year. cal's downfall soon came He ewH
Florida legislation. It wag hard for A prohibitionist In the office of the soldiers lying in our little cem enjoy each other's Gladys proceeded to responsibility, hail discharged Sir Michael As flouter had no brothers or sister not name fire streets In fact he ems'
anybody to know what was going on. Goveinor cannot make the !State: dry etery. A memorial service, as Is company lu the ns solicitor for the estate and the government took charge of hisproperty tell no more of the city than any .
General Qilchrlat sub til a rocking' and a whisky man in the olllce of customary, was held the preeedhgSunday amusements of childhood. As they employed! another mitn. It occurred to after one year and held It In who bad given It a cureless glantt

large chair palm as he leaf presided.fan nonchalantly lIe wielded and a Governor cannot make the State! !: Bt the Congregational! grow bad been older they wondered till their why they. Sir Michael that since his old friend's mint, while a reward of $"00( was of the map. H(. trial ta bluff: It out W
wet but- churi'li. The church separated diet meeting
was prettily
cracked peanuts In accompanimentto boy was In trouble he would need tho fcrcil for Information concerning blm. the government nfUctals! were ootlM
and had
A governor who owes his election decorated with dowels and "OldUlory" been kept together over services of Rome ana who would bo When five and be terelSi
hia absent knowledge of what was Interested years bad passed and not wen:arrvited.: tried and
this with to the whlllkV IntereHts will do their for a back ground. Sermonby since. Since no one seemed disposedto In him. lIe took tlio train a thing had been a sentence
going on. I saw my owneyes. the who In the hcnrd of the missing of twelve years.Slx .
puxlor spoke loving Inform them
bidding when the time arrives for they spent much time
him to act; a Governor owing his word of the boys who wore both the building tip hypotheses Gladys preferring same day for tho town where the children Richter he suddenly appeared' at his I months later the third Itlck
The House over which like General General election to the whisky men would blue and the gray those which accounted for her absence wore detained and before they .homo-that IH, n man claiming to be ho appeared, but btf didn't cart! III
Ollchrlst presided was Just slept land passed some time In hearing nppcnrod. lie game far. \b $I
exercise hU personal' and ofllclal Influence from her brother, she entered the bouse ono When questioned !
1 Ullohrlst-loose-Jolnterl. vague Stock will be stationedfor having;
Benjamin 1'iolr .
on the members of the Iiegln; story.When evening hung up bin. hut mother he gave correct aniw...
{7 Indeterminate, nebulous mid uncrrtalu. the summer vacation at Tavares, been stolen by a fairy wheu she wasa on the same many
lature in shaping legislation; a Governor the trial came up the next old hook and then and two of of *
It groped Its way through themazes county sent. of Luke county. liepreaches baby. But she bad very little remembrance turned and em employee"
of legislation without guild- owing his election to a specialInterest every fourth' !Sunday: however of her early lifo morning the children's guardian braced his mother He lined to be clean farm were ready to declare that H
I'' tug hand in a lazy, hazy way lacking that would Interest be if obligated occasion to came pro.fret lit Winter U\, ,,". which was They had no playmates except each Tweed their Spencer was there to claim fihaven. Now bo had whiskers. That was the real Albert RIchter wbrt $I

purpose or power; soft clay In for him to determine question I that Rev. 8. J. Townsend's' first charge, other. No one lutorferod with their return What was his fnirpilmto vast tho only difference the mother de fellow's uorvo failed him, and b.4Jt
tint hands of the legislative manipulative and where he was located' for threeyears. SPO Sir Michael step forward toil tected. Ho wand welcomed appeared before he could be enwd t
placed that special 1 interest in jeop growing up together In any way tholr as her long
potter ardy. fancies led theta announce himself an their solicitor In lost Mon, and of nil the It was plan enough to the people W
By by people who
As !Speaker: of the House of 100* Ralph deed, Spencer turned
General GllchrUt had an opportunity I These things are true on the face Mrs.. Anna U. Jones has been made .began to talk about Gladys being his playing a that white. lie was cumo to see blm no one questioned his the three Impostors bad seen and!till"
to show executive ability, if Jie of them. The people are not supposed preeldnntofthe local assembly the wife, to which she responded that she game would hare beervery Identity. Richter claimed that bo bad with RIchter. la fact they mint W
had any. !Since: he failed to do sot to know that Gliohrist Is being Daughters the King diocese of didn't believe brothers and sisters ever easy had not time children o\er- gouo WilY America because of the been chums of his to /Sad out wbJI
It must be concluded that he had backed by the whisky ring. ill Florida. married. And so as they passed stepped all nppo ed bonds by falling quarrel with the girl who was they hnd.x
none. He failed utterly in theHpeuker's chrlst can get up nnd disclaim that through* different stages of 1 In love. As It was his detail nan ccrtain. marrled.'rho! gorornmcnt. tt*>*now m,..i Six mouths after the disappear!**
!: chair to give u gleam of he lit the whisky candidate ; It lent Robert Bluck has put up n very there lie made a clean breast, of It nnd of Ills return, and u"U W of the third tbe real Blcbt
u Intellectual appreciation of what the likely that he would admit It. Ho comfortable cottage at Mae uvlll.. cams different kinds of admitted that there. was Intention steps were being Impostor
place meant and he would fall more 1 cnn cover the charge partly by say where he is extensively engaged In feeling till at last they mere nearly to make the children believe no taken to return his property when returned but It was to be looked opal
consummately III the olllce of Ooverjior lug that h.. Is.. candidate of all the market gardening with E. L. Mann. grown. brother and they wore something happened. The wife whom aa a rascal. His mother bad becoM
-the el/e and extent of hln fail pucple, and wants the vote of them Mr Mann and his wife an Instructorof One day when they were fifteen troduced. Ulster Sir .Michael In ho bad imarrelod with aa a girl I como ,o frightened that she dared not ,,
ure In the office of Governor would i ibo be they whisky dealers or not. General miiKio In I'alatka.. ,, go north for,the years old they discovered Mrs,. Itaw evidence proving Hint theguardian back to her. old homo ou a visit. When whether he was tb. red eon or eoL
measured in the name proportion I Gllchrlxt I I..*. not obliged to know summer. son packing Gladys' belonging. When carl to hnd Intended to infamy I lie elm heard that her old lover was home All .said that ba looked the woe e
I which meiwures the olllce of Governor what the whinky men are doing to Mrs. W. I. I'owoll has. returned asked what she was going to do. she 8ho\\1'l1.tlant own daughter. The will Rftiln of course she wanted to see him. when be went away, but be did oolli<
above that of (Speaker.: elect him end he may say with from/ Siivaunalv'accompanied!' by her told them that Gladys was to be taken provision hnd been mndc Ho dodged a mot-tins as long quite the some. Be was more tUe!
j Publla men are judged by what some truth that he doesn't know. who for the union of two properties In (the ( as pose >>
sinter will spend sometime here away The color vanished from the ble but It came about at nnd morose. The government ooM"
they have done after they have been" It In reported that the whisky men Mrs.I Powell reached' !Savannah: but, a face of each. Nature hud marriage of the cousins, to defeat tho length. After oth"'*''
for meeting tho questioned him the
't met them bad ;
contributed the woman they
have to said
tl'I"llout. Gnneral Gllehrlst had" had a large sum which Spvnccr she doubt. ;
few to her mother's death. bad
diiys prior ,
Its first conlllct with brought them ed the but .It''"*
Gllchrlut fund. If General civilization, und up Identity of he could He
n trial 1 and ha failed. Me lack the campaign and though not unexpected l of this as brother and sister the person.' Other not be trapped.
proper sense of public duty ; he lacks GilchrUt Is lint to be of service hi aged 1 idy-mine the lusasad.Mrs. nature always makes a desperate fight, The young people began to wonder, and finally that he hud gone sway because of b>>
.. ability and force; he lack dignity tilt whisky men III the olllce of Governor especially In the case of the young. the result couple wore delighted at tho mother was the only one that did retcliedneas and bad at lost liroiip'
1"lOember the rocking chair, the why should they contribute this o Blackburn wife of Ilev. F. There two bud been left to mate like decided of their escapade. The court not doubt. The government up In Mouth" Africa. It was there I""
pal in leaf fan and the peauutaandI election? Why should they be Blackburn of Jacksonville, with her the birds A separation now could to appoint n now guardian and matter In band and took the lie bad met the otber men and slnw
I don't forget the monkeys. Interested In his success? No reason little son, are guests ot. Mr. !S.: J. not be endured. Something must ba yielded to their request In appointing forced to submit to Illcbtcr was around campfires, bad told them *
Sir an
When Gllchrlxt wee a member of at all. Townsend. done. Mlchnel Frnuo. no examination.
Several persuaded "
thorn >
If General' Gllchrlst should I be days elapsed before It was tile woman with !.Ia home. One of them bad beeD
this House lu lUOli\ he sat, In lilt chair there to Iho separately till whom bo had
'jt with hl8 feet on his desk and elected he would 1 owe his election t to Mrs. !Martha, F. Hunter has gone were any signs of Gladys' /Immediate age. The enrl they became of quarruled that wrought bis downfall. comrade' for fourteen months.
went to
Hinoked. and ate peanuts while the the whisky men. The enforcement to St. Jnmes,'Mo., to make a home removal which time they Gladys Oxford and lie stated the cause of the The mother and the neighbor wtlt
T HntMU was In session. I saw him of laws U. already lux. UilchrUr nears daughter as planned beforeC'i'pt. wpont in talking the matter over. What tutors was placed under the care of ho repeated Come of the quarrel and nutlHflud that the man before them .-
for STANDS! : bUt Hunter's death was there for two children selected by her guardian words that
d.JI II/thl" day after day. He was standing whisky brought up Whon bail pasHed between the true Albert Rlcbter. but the atf
they them but
7 ooiiHldered almost aa big A nuisance I A MORN LAX Nlo'OUCbMFN'I'whisky : as they had bean to do except to came Into their fortunes they not describe he could nod "
Jos, Fru-er wont to Citrn. (last week went to the the Interior of her eminent wasn't He had to
aWelU of HIllHborn, when. he left of laws. < flee? Elton estates to live eels father's NJasand
where he will house.
omployed At his He South be
could Africa for ",
This I 1i. true because the eherhiX4conetablea One beating their not tell how proofs
oil IIn font. jtmokliig and morning they got wedding which many
rearing and deputies will take tends of hliickmnlthlng and (therein together all the cnrred laud (oc- presents he had given her. to America mind bring K"1"
popping peanutlongenough to Interfere that If he money they had- years before. tilt
rumor will
11 sntlsfaetory money was
never denied
with legislation by propound- their cue from the man higher! upCud them Within less than two hours the over nnd all In all It took bbO,
hU there, and WARY
In the Constitution and mixing will deal lightly with that menacing leave move family. which would counted LS, rime shil A. HOWES. who land ovoii foolmi tm. ,.. .?... ,!... _e.man.. :rears to prove? that h. was blmaelf.
questions. peiik antty," the blind tiger H big vnciuwy III our little town lings and a lot of ,camps.. Taking this, mUsIng man -- -- .viuvr UE tae U. QflAp
frivolous parliamentary | was
Aide from his lack. of lltni-xs for 'l'i" molest the blind tiger Is to cut Geo. Downing has moved Into the they wont off on. such a ramble as H. Wouldn't Bet postor nod sent to pronounced an Im- ...
they bad often taken A Washington Juil for trial and --- -- --
from the whisky men vacated Mrs. together
the position of Governor, General olf revenue cottnve by Hunter before. photographer once told thu cud he
Ullohrlftt In In the hand- of the riPEJlAIj '1'h."nh of whisky, whether legal I or Mr. Porter expects to put his house They bad been kept so aloof from bow In his youth be was practicing aK Just got Oftoen years in prison. Stars That Outshine the Sue".
INTEItKSTH.: These era the Illegal, is for the pecuniary profit 0 fin perfect condition before again m the world that there is a possibility art lu Cleveland/ when hark Tnulu other two years after but exposure an One of the government astruuoiM"referring
the whisky dealer; so Is It also contrary renting It. '' they did not visited the Ulcliter turned I dbn I
WHISKY AND UORPOHATION1NTKKKSTS. know what marriage town to lecture. I Imprcsae.1 Into up. In walked t.. stare tbat are 80 T
to the law order peace and Cul. llnrrett who has. been very meant especially between brother and with the humorist's splendid feutun-n the house as cool as you please, that they hare no measurable PStvtld" '' J|
PKOHlBiriON IS NOT AN ISSUE dignity Uilchrlsb, the stands state and(for whisky community and poorly I I" somewhat/ better, but will slstor. Be that as It may they deter the photographer at the lecture's and almost the first question ha asked assert tbat one of these, the brlll".1

: IN THIS CAMPAIGN Uitchrlst i I. belong all I hat If carries with It; "Utockton' probably have to give up his trip mined to be married. After much dif lent up a note asking Mr. Clemens eat for qnirnlod was: about Kntrlnn. the girl bo had Canopun( cnn be said with *<">sa*"
fact that General nil th'Hfol.ow. north. ficulty they found a clergyman a sitting. The with, Ha Inquired brighter teat
strongly and expensivelyby stands against whisky sn4 who i reply that cams buck twenty after to be-tbousaod of times .
upported", Is evidence that In Its wake. Minxes Knight! and Sherouse of consented to marry them for all the was ellarsclerl tlc. It said: "A different persons, made bin way our sun. Whether. we should saj 200'
the whisky men sitting! ubont
hage some point to Gllchrlst Is not avowedly and openly Edgar were guests over !Sunday: of money they had, and the knot was tied. [sit servant a ben that be I tha be bad been born .Ouo, lo.oou or B.OOO no one can a"''
the whisky men should d In It, matbec ..,
eometbingthal they waut done candidate of the whisky rings. the lankily of Loul.Mot.... After the ceremony they strolled thing!"
p.. galll by tUft i than who occupies the office but be Is tacitly and willingly ..0.and The V. I. S. has discontinued Its losaly about till they came to a ly to be accepted him for what b. claimed also are at an Imm."Ul'llbit
this be cannot deny. meeting until October. park. Into which they entered and alm'j According There wore four of their. '
of Governor. to Chinese law, a wife farm persons on the dhifaope and must, In view,
y got'r'rvUilng_she Injhe! e DJ who( to too talkative may be divorced, 'for many that yon bad been employed there tual brightness, enormously o tBDlJtl
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Come to \is j Cresceiit CitY Hews x.y.ax

for .. No Operation I Laces White Goods '
_ your ___ Weather
Iteport. I Mr. and Mrs Coo D. Smith closed __

bun, Xtax their prettybungaloo: home on Monday -
Spring'G forInit for Any woman wanting the newest, should see whatwe
Oroinentoit temperature fur the week< und. and left for their nuintnfr homeat offer

__ May,May, toil.loin a. :In., p. m. gl). m. I. hro 14 hft Bmlthtown:! Branch, Long Island:' Mrs. Malinda Akers of'Basham, Va, writes :

Seed XI.911. returday HuiHlay.. ..... UI HI % 'j IKI VU 78 70 Mr.\ Smith said that It was their purpose "I had what doctors call 'prolapse,' and couldn't We do not Cater to cheap trade. Every selection is '

_ : "WO.I, Su Monitfiy","l"y.......... 79 70 70 70 74 70V4 GUI Kl! 70 to return to Crescent City I In stand straight. I had pain in my back and a gum Let us show them to you. The weather is ___

5: 'ednoaday.:, $ '' II no till' ;S 5094 to ;'j October. I shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse. just right for what we offer: l ____

_ StOeki no, Ftmsy...... 8t ua 7J tie 7JR M. H. Read has sold the Shaw! Doctors sald..an operation was needed, but I

I D. WILLIAMS, Ohm...,. Ullller place in th old Babylon couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After taking The C. H. Preston' CoCrefSdy t j
has Just I suburb to Mr F.
--I ... S. Cone, who will three bottles of Wine of Cardul, I could walk
cut the
15 acres into lots and itall
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Arrived. .I, This Is one 6T the best pieces of around. Can now do my housework and am in

_I I $ C Personal and Social $ trucking land in all this section; splendid health." -- -- .. _____

,- and U delightfully located Lake
..,.,.. Cardul Is a pure vegetable medicinal essence
"" "" "" "" Stella. ,

_ Fine Stationery and Toilet Mr. and Mr*. Frank Long have -_..-- especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

Articled. moved to Daytona, whore Mr. Lonir Ihe Railroad Project. relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates TIME CARD _
No. 75.
has secured a good position as cleik'Mrs. 'I'he irregularities and is a _ _ _ -% _

= Ohas.8. Oowen Miss Miriam again, stirred people by of'the Crescent hope of City a railroad are. safe pleasant and reran ADVICE I No. 99Pally I No.) lly 29l b ; AIN LINE LIl7l; ? I No.'98 I

Lound's Drug_Store I Pay on and Muster Capron Pay son running Into the town. The liable remedy for all go.r Write symptoms, us a. and.site,ws. dmcrtblnf will ...11 you.11 i I "" 6 10 pin v&aru_ :: :..... .. : ......_.... b'ln D'ff- -

left Wednesday. for Maasachusetts. basis for the new hope Is this: sick women. In suc'i: : ..d""In, .plain I sslttl snvslops.: I 55pm783pm: 10 B$ am11JU am: Lv Ar.::.:::::::::.,ML.Jn.t' 1.'I: :,' :..:.::.:::.:.:I.v 6 iiUSpnz tO pm: 1: ::

Crescent City, Fla. i Mr. A. T. Squtor: the big saw mil cessful for t1CtttmougaMdcm Advisory..DeMrtmsnt.CbataI I 0 12 pm 1 Vi pm mv........,...,...-.,HimM. ,,,"......_.......Iv 5 21 pm .4' as
use over 70 9 25 pin 1 an Lv. .. l ,,,,.
Ivan F. Waterman, a sophomore and tlinbnr operator of Omega has it. _Ito._ ,_. Ten_,. _ _I 1010 pm: 9 UI,,pm fin. I.;,::;::::...::..1i.y l::II i' ,, :::::::::::::Lv ;:07 30 put pgi: :: am am: ,

__ IIlll1 IiLIIIII :JIIIlmUWmD1ll I_,lJIJlliJlllll student In John B. Stetson University an Idea that Crescent City would bea years. Try 11 ill 00 IBpm at 4>111 13 pin pm: jy be: :::::::;:::::::::'HIM.-:I!;'r.,:-Iii.L. ..:::.:::::::::::.Lv Lv 12 1 M pm pa.: 1 255 tO ato am

la here on a visit to his aunt good: place, for his saw' mill. He At Every Drug Store In 1.00 Bottleg., 19 1104:89 am am: 4 615pm no pm,: iivEDally 1;::::::::.?.:...:::KurilI.IBO.M ':: : ,,:::,".:::::::::.lv, 11 IlISpa 00 am 149am I 14 :

Mrs. A. U. Torrey. has even gone: so far na to that i If J I49 am pmSOOpnl Lv.._ ......Mulbfiiiriie., !..........Lv ii 04 aol 100a.n
say 3 60 am I.v, .....,. VI. i'I,,, ,.,,, Iv 31 10
pin an
E: H. Williams has returned from he could ler.sa olio suitable lake front 600 am: 9:ill lira: Ar.Wnt:: : i'in:, lIonel.; ::::;:::::Lv ,:: am: 0 04 pm pm: I

M. H. READ, his trip to Marquette, Mich., whitherhe site, and the Atlantic Coast Line WINE 8:Mara7U6 am 104H Ii4Bpm inn:,,: 1.r Ar..::.:.::,....:.Fl..,..,t.i,?Miami.'. '.,I,,,,, .,...,..:::::::::::Lv; 600$00 a am:., 72tpm euo pm: ,. -

went to look after the Intermentof Railway. would put a track into flow am "7 60 am iv...............,.. liinni. .....,...,.......Ar OtOpm 00 pIll
spur 00 ,. ....... _
CARDUI. tit am 10 60 am Ar..n. "' Ia'I' .. I I.v 0210 3000
: REAL ESTATE.Crescent his mother's remains, last week. Crescent City, he would come. Mr. -- 1500rm ........................ Ar.........Kigttt'siftyInl. (........Lv ..... ......Jm.......,... 11000 pm am I

City Fla. K. T. Clark the popular purser of I 8qul r made this statement to Capt. OFSuction. except Similar. -f ul.;;,;.i and, Thnn- .,liiys. ;only.:-- -tTnoNdsyiand;, Ssturdsys 0111,.

the steamer Crescent, resumed his Jno. D. Plgue; W. B. Campbell T. .- -- -- -- _ :PALATKA BRANCH_ _ _ _

run last Monday after a two weeks C. Darby and C. L. Ohmnbarlln. Ha Iave EAST PALATKA Arrive. L.avaPalatka PALATKA. TO ....
The Howe prop..rt.y-'CreB' lltiieHH from Inflamittory rheums. also made the same statement to the Making It Slmpli. Palatka Cast TO PALATKA Palatka EAST PALATKA Eastalatka

(emit HI 'l"-la 1 now oivthe*!* mar.; News and othets. The site ff*.wants People "often We also spunk of of chimneys the In the ceurse of his sermon a preach 50 -a-m ............No. 4'l' Pnlly.,... .... r o---'; 'SOJ nm- :-::.....Kn, 47 l>.-lly. ..........,. 116 am
ktlt. tlsm.Mrs. I.. North 'drawing. speak suc. er In a rural district used the worldphenonienon a> am 40 Hilly, I 0 ID 8 MI ,.. ,,No. 4U ...... SMamIt _
tint am Kully
a Park, Mr. said fur-
Etven L. K. Tucker and daughter. Squler Ion of a pump. There la not so much This word caused one of >26 aw: :::::::::::: : Ml g.:: :::::::::::: VI 41 sin:: illS nmir :..,:::::..No. 61 t>.lly:: :.......::: I a6 ama
Particular atteniton ,; toCreloent | her that In case thls-ilte oould beleusod 1160 sin M ))/OlIy............ .HI pin ," I g.m, ......,...No. 68 ...11'.......,.,. 10 ,pm
City proportyHated Miss\ Mary, who have been guests t harm la these expressions except that the members some trouble for he was 406,, pm 61 Dnlly.....,.......1 n pmn 4 Ml' pin .....No. M IHlly.._...... 4 ItO pm
and the railroad secured, he they are liable to lead us away from 605 pm M ".lly............ 'in pin 7 OJIm _..1010..7 UHlly........... 12> pm
for time of Mr. unable to attach meaning to It. .
some Mm. T.
| with me. returned C. would put up a big mill and go In for ho true-state affair But In truth Finally he determined any to seek an explanation UB iim' li )Dully, ,.,.,.,.,.. ..... U" Jiin.! 'HUO pin" .....No. Mi liKlly............ B 30 ,m _
Darby to their home In Pa'
""M f) Intku lust doing; a big business. tbere Is do such thing as suction. Suction from the minister and at the _ SAN MATEO IIH:INCH. _ _

Monday. There art two Important questions la merely partial or entire absence close of the service approached him on Leave: EAST PALATKA Art Ivo 1 Lo SAN MATEO TO Arrive
Major J, L. Burton has been suffering to be settled before this mill ls He- of pressure In one place which enables the subject. piL: TO SAN MATEO I "M*.>too \ rJ, :V.l: EAST PALATKA EastPalatka

_ -. :1. poxxcor: : : I from an attack of sciatica cured. First the consent of the tho greater pressure of air or fluid In "What did :yer wean by; that there 580 am" .:........:.No. 40' PallT- ..:. ..-. arouin"rmj I uni :::::.: .Mo.' 60 Dally........... U 20 i
the Drat real "knock out" blow of and the ability their representves people another place to rush In. In the case long word :yer used In :yer sermon?" a in.urn ..,,........No Ml UnllvJio. ... =. !. ;': >mj .J.!I.I I -... .....No M Dnlty........... .400 pm1

Dentist.. his 70 years of life-but he comes up (the town council) to'-exel'ute ; of the chimney the heated air In It he began. v i! .21 No. ID Ko. 17 MA r'RT I No. lo I No.23I No.HD"'ly :
-- --. smiling; just the same. does not weigh so much as an equal "Ob I see ;you do not know wbat"pbenomenon a '-' I DailyIS9SP Dally UVAVCH: Dully I I Dally Dally

[f Otnoa at Residence on "roopooSl'oot., binding lease to the park site. It volume' of cold air and If the air In Is," replied the minister. I "'''OOPm -045am l \\,\.. .Jiwlcto, 'wlllc1054nmll.v '' ..:Ad 700' ;.-;;- '" l|1120 j pin" 600 pm620pm; ,
Florida Mrs. J. A.Iuenhour and two children this can be acoempllHhed the next be chImney. the air In the room and "Well have ;you ever seen a cow grazing 3 le m pin. .J'I 1 VIIL ...I'nMo u,',Mill,. .Lv I 8t1 n.m I 111 40 am _ _
aoentOltv. .
of Jacksonville are expected to. thing to do is toseoure the railroad's the outside air were aU the same temlerature In a field In which thistles were _. .:_7 2?10pm.!>m.S I goo 4' l'na'"'".I pu!liHltnin! ?"'"? ,J(.rv.Atlantic''_ W-I4' i" nrli, Lv!I "0'- ""_."'5,1" ii h 1186 IUO.m am .610 800 pm m

day. Mrs. Icenhonr comes to pay a consent to put In a spllli.1'be there would be no tendencyto growing No.5 1 1'10.:1: No. 4: II Na. 9 _

visit of some days to her sister Mrs. business men to whom the any motion. But when the air In "Yes: many a time." Dull, fZ'i Or.ngsCliyflr.nrh I Laily IMIly i U.IIXft Ssnlord CriseS iI&
St. John River by Daylight. u.8un cx. Rlln. e. "" OlIn tx. Hun. sx.Bun.
tho chimney la hot It does not "That Is not And no :
M. H. Road News talked thought that with the press a phenomenon.
940 pm O 00 an T.T.Now Smyrna Al i -11-Io/U; / 0'1'-' ;;; o oem l.vTltu..l1IeAr.12IOpmB2B
lownword so much as the colder surrounding doubt you have listened to lark
JIG Beach & Miller Line The school trustees of this special nsliiops, of the proposed mill I that a pin 100u. I.v. Inko lluluu, I... 'l-'al pill/ 4 11 I''',' 000 am Ar. Hnnrord Lv. g80 om
air presses upward. Consequently singing merrily away: up In the gal pm l000an" LT.OrnfiKe !:II, Lv I IJ'JII pm" 4 to \pm, ........ .... ....,,.......
tax school district met last Friday of the Preoton-Mlller company and /Upward current Is started clouds." 340 pn Ii00afl' Ar nrflntro_. ".!<:'Hy .11 I I! I 40011111() _..II..:::..... ............. ......

( Steamer CRESCENT. night and decided to recommend to he liu'gH nnd Increasing shipments and will continue 1C the air In the "Yes." ionne..tlnns ,n'tie-n' ,.,1'V"4 In'-.1 ..r"c fir C'.t Wad and Huvitnm.rlTHnil .

the county board the reappointment of fruit trout this place a showing; of chimney Is kept hot.-A. S. S. Ackerman "That, again la not a phenomenon. .4Th... TIME 'r"nr.I=.=IewthtI.m= w=.=whlnh- train ntny 1>*.xpmtttiil to .ri _
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business could depart from tim several uf i Im*hair rr1vi l 'departure H'1li time
of the same teachers its this now be made that London. Express._ But If ;you saw that cow sitting on a .lat..d I.irunrHntontl, nnr aves JaeksonTlllo, Tuesdays,Thursdays would operate as a powerful Induoenent thistle singing like a lark that wouldbe or any 000.oq..noo. arl.ItJtr'5iort'tr,,, ,,, ,_ ,_
year. =
( Saturdays .t ':80 a. in. for Green Cora on the the railroad company Changed the Nam a phenomenon." -Liverpool Mer For Copy: ,,r Si,. T.nrcl Ti.,',' C eI ,,r Ott.p Jf.rnalioa -
Jktka. Crescent City and principal Way Miss Abbijean and Master George; ..eslJiO V111'] 'I'lt.1-Yi' 'AtS1O7P: ,"
A public miiHS meeting was called Be bad given up town life with Its cury. ,
linen' Miller are pleasantly located for the _ J.D.RAIINERAsgtatant tleneraiPada. Ait., sr. AIJOUSTINS FLORIDA
urnlng.UavesOreseenloUy on Wednes- by the above named gentlemen\ to ares and dissipation and was living ...... .
with their uncle Mr. () -
summer eo. In the country. Kadtak Island's Queer Climate.
I i,Friday and Mondays al 7...m. meet at the Auditorium t Monday
A. Mlllor, In Dee Moines, Iowa, "'Vhmat a charming cottager' exclaIm. Of the abnormal climate of Kadlnk -- -. -- --
jckjonvHle wharf foot 01 Laura Street light discussion and the
from where they send dally letters "ppolntlIIent ed a dainty lady visitor from London. Island Alaska a writer says: "In spite

pbone.ea. to their mother telllnll' of health find of committees to nee what ,. What have you called It?" of Its situation In such. high latitudes
Jta"wharf foot of Lemon itr..'. good times. could be done In the wny of leasing "1 have called It tile Nutshell," he we flail bere What may well be described

-- the park alto to Mr. Squiers and tony told her and abe exclaimed: as 'the parting of the ways' between __
Master Tommle Haulers, Jr. of bow the arctic and more' temperate BULLETTIIN.Effective
r. CLARK Traffic, Manager\ :, the matter the spur track before "Oh delightful I .
Omega, wnR'at home last Friday af the officials of the A. C. L. H'y. After tea and cake she took the regions. For., thanks to the moderating ,

Jacksonville.. Fia. ternoon May ZUtli to his many lit. 'he meeting wa well attmidud by tralu back to London where she Influence of the Japanese current c June ist, 1908. ;
tie friends from 4 to six o'clock (the nnlned for six moatus. Then she which flows along Its southern Coasts
the I bUMln..u| nnd oltl/-ns'
occasion being the celebration of his men Kan. lawn" to leO him again. re-I Kodiak: Is favored. with climatic conditions 3-3 COO Mile State Family Ticket $11.25. I
A. D. TORREY. rally, and the hope Is gvneial that "As sweet as everl" she told such as are unknown. even in Good over the Mlantla Coast Line In State of Florida l :;

fourth birthday. Many games were a way may be found to suouro the "Dut you have changed the places few miles north or east oC It rJllf'for the head or dependent morabera of a family, limited .I

Udertafcer and Embalmer. played{ refreshments served and (he hull\ site and l the railroad. It would Why Is It now Chea Nous?" on the mainland of Alaska. So pro for ono year from date of salo.

time came all too soon when the he grand achievement for Crescent "Why responded, with some nounced.. Is the demarcation line that l.OOO MIle IntcrelmiiKcnbla Individual. Ticket )

pll line of Caskets and Coffins. Kupst departed wishing their little City and one that would give the warmth. "Because I was tired, of be- even on the Island Itself a traveler In !\\420.00. f!
return of the day. from :4; lood over the Atlantlo Const Line and 30< other lines
lephone lost many happy town forward boost such as no lUll jollied! Because I was tired of summer will suddenly emerge '
SCENT CITY > FLOEIDA being kidded I There Isn't. a boy' for a amid forests and vegetation of almost %_ la the fouthonot, aggregating' 30,000( mlle Limited ....$
Rev. W. W. Bailey of Jefferson other enterprise could. for one year from date of sale. '". 1
and des
mile round who hasn't stopped tropical luxuriance Into a barren
City Tenn., who comes to Crescent rung the doorbell every time lie passed olate land of silence, where lofty snow 2,000 Mile Firm Ticket 40.00 Y

City with a view to a call to the pastorate WELAKA NEWS NOTES. 10 ask 1C the colonel was Inl"-London capped mountains tower aloft, brood. 1 :,;it' Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines .

scent City Transfer Co., of the new Baptist church. Is Telegraph.. big as I It were over. the past terrors of "I._ In the Houtlieoat aggregating 30.UOO miles, for a manager .

expected "arrive lo-day. He will Rev J. H. Davis of Como preachd _ _ an arctic winter which will soon descend or head of firm and employees, limited" to five but ]
'a all trains at Oieaoint City .Juno- ,. i at the Methodist Kplscopalhurch A Surprise Coming- I enveloping them In'' ;iI!.; good, for only one of such persons at a time. Limited
both morning once more
preach next Sunday ; (' Hundny ; services were well :,; for ono year from date. of sale. j'; I
Chestnut "
trains A horse was standing along Its
0. Night by appointment. Icy grip.
and night during
and evening every ttended.
street the other day anchored by an i I'- 15 Cents saved In passngo fnres by purchasing local
8. II. LA.BBEE. Manager the coming week. It Is his purpose I tickets from( our ..gents.Al1lnterobange"ble I
Mrs. O L. Stearns hits north
Tho not knowing
gone iron weight. horse Accidents will happen, but the ]
to begin Immediately a series of revival for the summer. what else to do to pass away' the time best-regulated families keep .Dr.Thomas' tlokota. of Atlantlo Coast Line Issue .
Is :;d. sold prior to June let will be good on these lines In
meetings. Mr. Bailey a .
HjiRRIs ; Miss Francis Waller was accidentally was Industriously chewing the strap.A Eoleotrio OU for such emer.
the state of Florida June let and
B brother of Mrs. R. N. Cato and dur- burnt on the face and shoulders newsboy happened along and after gencies. It subdues the pain and thereafter.

lug; his stay here will be her guest; Friday with hot cotTee. watching the animal .for awhile ho heals tile hurts.It a Above books are on sale at all Coupon Agendas ] '

Barber, Ira Is described as a man about 80 This section bas been visited with grinned a cluster of grins aud turned Would Flatter Man. A- ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. H.I' .

CRESCENT CITY. year of age; with wife and one child, several nice showers the past week. to a man wbo was standing near. Few men have deserved and few
"Don't word," he gleefully re For further lntormnatlonoall on nearest AtlantloJoans l
who will not come to Crescent City Mrs. Mnry Klrby visited \rs.C. L,. say a have won higher praise In an epitaph
marked. "Old Umpire here Is going to ( Line Afti'nt. Call on or write to ]
lean shop and A clean aatlafao- until the question of Mr. Bulloy's. Greenwood last week. haTe the surprise of his life. In a few than the following which' was writtenby FRANK O. BOYLSTON A. W. FBITOT. _

Tty Shave. and Hair Cut guaran- permAnent pastorate Is settled. Miss Mary McLaughlin spent a minutes." Lord Byron on the tomb of hIs dead (:; Traveling I'II.e. Agent Division. Fuse Agent

LI.- Try me. tf. Mrs. Mary Scott Miller,. as adminstratrlx few clays here visiting her sister, "What Is'the matter with. him?" ask- Newfoundland: JACKSONVILLE, FLOEIDA. _
Mrs. Dr. W, A. Brewster.Mrs. "Near this spot are deposited the remains
of the estate of her late ed the man, glancing first at the kid of who possessed beauty
and msband Capt.John W. Miller. went Henry Bryant l Is visiting: her and then at the horse. without lose.lence .
( tona Private' Hospital without rantty. strength
Mrs. at Silver "
daughter Tydlngt :
file her "Nothln7 \1s the matter with him,
-F to Palatka on Monday to I Spiings. courage without ferocity and all ..
of the --
was the happy rejoinder news- -- -- --
Sanitarium.iry first annual. report of the manage; the virtues of man without his vices.
The stockholders of the Welaka "lie eat the strap all right
(.itolllty for M,, proper treatment ment of the estate, which Includos Social Club met last. Friday and decided but boy.when he may gets down to that weight This praise. which would be unmeaning Our Place of Business
cars of nirnllual, ana surgical uanos.irlcnl steamboat and otherproperties. to begin work at once on the bonrdtn'huusePizlladelpliiu (lattery If Inscribed over Only .
appliances, trained nurses, qulut orange grove be will think he baa struck a ashes la but a Just tribute to the memo _

_Aleuts.utultngH.Terms"special ou "pl attention>llo.I\Uon.given No. to 4ttId Mrs. Miller stated to the club house Telegraph.A ory of Boatswain. a dog, who was bora is at iulilre below where we carry in stock a large supply of

Ave.Pavtoim, Fla. News that she has had. very sueessful Dr. A. D. Williams and Ex-dov at Newfoundland May 8, 1803 and died Engines Boilers, SAW Mill, Edgars, Planers Shingle Machines,
Irs. U. A. KLUIK and R. It"WE, and that great progress Francis P. Fleming; of Jacksonville, "Washing" Union. "
Fhyslolans. In Obarge year at Newstead abbey Nov. 18, 1808. Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws, Belting nnd
Monday here on business collected de-
had been made in the matter of payng pent with the Welaka Mineral, The visiting housekeeper recently be :Supplies.:; Write us what you want, we can supply you and save you
scribed In the New Tork Sun must .
the estate. She .... .
debts against Co. Woman's .onlnll.IIu.bond
( you want a Cool Drink also stated that the' steamboat busl- 11 stout armed angel or she would never (arriving with Ills wife at nonoy. ________
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sweeney went have lived to write the entry In her
( your dealer' for less was running smoothly and l had np to Jacksonville one day during daybook quoted below: the Axcarraga station Just as the train Qlik.Maisby Co.
steamed out)-There! If you badn'ttaken
shown a steady Increase In receipts, lie week. "Washed the sick woman In bed _
_>ttled Sodai such a fearful time dressing we
both In Its passenger and 1 freight departments The Whist Club met with Mr. and washed and< dressed four children did shouldn't have lost that train. Wife S. St.

i by theCity thoug* most noticeable bit.. John Daliow last Thursday and lie washing.' scrubbed two floors. And It you badn't hurried me so all tbe 41 Forsyth _
nent pleasant evening.; Mrs. washed the winows. -
III the former. avery washed the way
Greenwood and Dr. W. A.
O. L. ." Atlanta Ga.
ii Bottling Works. At the conclusion of the sermon at Hrewster won the colors for the next: A discriminating glance at tills en- long time to walt for the next one.- __

Javors-Coo the Baptist church last Sunday two weeks. she Philippines Goislp.
Refreshing try will disclose the fact that
night; an Invitation was given to all Mr. and Mrs. F. O, Cochrane and MiHhod about everything In the bouse
|goiatiuK. You can get it of who wanted. to become Christians to famIly will spend a month or so here How the bead of the family escaped At Horn. Little Elsie was crying bitterly with She Got a Ssst.
The elevated train crowded-
local If not vend the singing; of at their summer home. stated. Perhaps "He was perfectly at home at the grocer. come forward during; he wash rag I. not mostly with standing! women and seated -'
banquet. "What la tbe dear queried
5r to na. the hymn and shake hands with the Messrs. Duff MoLood, Charlie Morris ,vIi and- here was no bead.Smuggl.rs' "Wby. he didn't have a word to say." her grandmother.matter"Dave ;you met with men. After leaving Twenty-third

Four young people thus signified hiatus, Edwin Daliow at home street one of the standing women of
INRY SCHOOP Prop. pastor. Frederick Coohrane. have returned Philanthropy.At "Well that's being perfectly no accident?
doslre. Then another Post self possessed bearing, leaned forward
their home from DeLuud, where they have Droadmoor "nnd Perth. England for him. -Houston "N-no grandma sobbed Elala. "It

c Pal atka. Florida. song; and on the Invitation$ of Deacon been attending the John 17. Stetson be criminal lunatics have a free supply ,v-wnsn't an accident M-mamma did and remarked to a man: r

Darby the entire congregation press- university. this past winter. of the most exquisite pipe tobacco, Won a SmlU. It on ppul'posel"! "I think sir, If several of the. gentlemen -
bid I should like would move up a bit there
hands and Attractive Young Lady-
Brick Saleany ed forward to shake cigars, and cigarettes. la fact they Chivalrous would be room for me to sit Would of
For World.
orgia ThLL "The Wide
God speed to the retiring; pastor You NBV.K CAN Smoke far finer stuff: than the average Wide lrT'.be addedto
move a little
Book.reller-Were It mine miss I you up
R"v. B. N. Cate, who was to leave J just exaotly the cause of your rheumo- rich man. Yet all this good tobacco
desired quantity. Full Jacksonville.. Mr. ,1..10. but you know you have It. Do costs the government nothing. Tbt would willingly' give It to ;you.-path. I A HairDressing a sour who vlaagud citizen behind a news
morning beat
occupied an adjoining
r.and4rd. !Size.: Will aAve in6e know that BallarU's Snow Liniment for thelooking finder.
Gate came to Crescent City during; you It?_relieves the pain-reduces smugglers of England pay ____ I "BItVbere' any place to sit?"
brick mason's labor and- will cum of the criminal Insane. It la
the winter and assumed lint pnsto- the swelling and limbers the Joints and None knows the weight of another1* growled the sour faced one. "What do
pace covered 10 per cent. of the newly orjptnia'd. Biptlut muvules so that you will be as aottre. and from her confiscated smuggled tobacco burden.-Herbert you want-to sit ou my lap?"
Ize 2* x: 4x8. Pretty red in rate of erecting; well as you ever were. Price 25o, BOo hat England fills the. tobacco. boxes of "I don't mind-really. It would be

olor. See: me before you oolity for thepurpose Ue Is "nil. SI.. 00. Bold by Aokermaa-Stewart: Perth and Broad moor. better than standing now. wouldn'tIt

urchaae, or I will lend you he new house of worship.well as a Drug(Jo. _________ MAKE itE: CREAM If you wish a high-class haIrdressing she replied, smiling quite sociable
profession as Not H..r Abode."My .
builder by ,
are Ayer'sIlakVigor
we sure
iniplpg on application. pastor and as he has competed the Otis, With mile. T.... Income la small" said a rather FROM WATERand for- like.Tbe sour faced citizen gasped moved
: new Improved
JBricks side
; are cat ,
to CliO turn their llntory lover. "and perbapa It Is cruel I
pastor nil aborigines
mlldlug; be gives plaos Nearly up and burled bis face In his paper.
tooth) another who will assume the duties toes not ouly to good< but to bad 'account of me to take ;you from ;your father's a It small fresh quantity) milk cannot of condensed be had. mula, will !greatly please you. The woman sot down.-New York:
milk. It keeps the hair soft and
|S. KILLINQSWORTH while Mr. Cate will undertake Tills is especially true of the roof. Globe.
soon "But I don't lIv. on the. roof.". wall ".cr .
1 slmllaf work In Jacksonville. Dnr- natives of Australia who, while they 'M plot sondsnnul. milk.... .Ode. smooth makes it look rich and
__ Ilnstings, Fla.SUBSCRIBE attention the prompt reply.In Add nough sold wttsr to males one luxuriant splitting at
Mr. Cat" hRS gre..t.Iy are cunulufily! dlverhng.3Our prevents Conquering Temptation.To .
nirhlsstay l here natural quart . . ..OOOn
endeared himself to the people of with their hands, are busily engaged Madagascar there la a 13 j>Mk:rs : : ro. 1CKCRKAM the ends. And It keeps the conquer temptation :yon mast UveIt
MIM with precipitous walla 1.000 ..13&Tola
Mi MI M HiM MM fortress r> d
roCberleswith their toes down alone as most die alone,
of denomlnalin. committIng scalp free from dandruff. :you
the place The means of acceel'I.
feet only
FOR THE small high . .lt>o. and no vicarious gift of strength can
In hima which tbey pick up all nr- 0 L
They have recognised; with a subterranean passage. Do. wt cActnw IA. enter/ of IF'. rWr.uer's .
his Mix all together thoroughly and take the of man's will.
LORIDA so elephant would with place a own
worker tides as
TIMES-UNION consecrated Christian ..' .. freeze. Don't heat or coqk It ; I formal....uUIb 00111.I From "My:

Th. Great State Paper whose Influence: Has been most trunk. .- POOR MILKs : don't add anything; else. This l''ow.I; to you _. Journal..6.- .
of the of delicious ice A dncitov _j
Deity':, *NO SUNDAY, aoe MONTH marked upon the spiritual life Tel BIG BUD often' thought to be responsible for an cream makes in two 10 quarts minutes at very small .' ," him sbottl, It.tu I, A VITAL Ponrr.Tbe .
krMHafUhKdila BH Mooib.BOO All will be glad to know' thathe nfant'a loss In weight or general poor .. da..fcs
T..I.. nonihawoo. town to la of two klodll-Oon..ltan'l. the big head coat i Mys I moat delloitte. part of a baby la It's _
week Is that
expects to be here next that comes from a sick headache. Doe health The cause usually: I YOU KNOW IT'S fUm.Fivitixjli bowels Lvery sltment that U suffers
lie' Seml-Weekly Times-Union and assist in a series of special. meetings Jour bead ever fuel like a gourd nnrf the child has worms., They get the UNO CAtH: I..", Vanilla,Straw.terryt At (tie same time ilia new Ayer's Hair I with attaok. the bnwttla also endai KITIng _
_'e farmer and fruit Grower. by Rsv.' W. W. Balt your brain ,...loose and sore? Toucan nourlxhmene In the food and thebaby J mttm cad U"Jt_,"' Vigor\ ii a strong lulr tonic promoting I In moat eases the life of the Infant '

Yiid.p' lo. of me Ssul-WMklr. d... to be conducted Tenn. Mr. aura It In no than hy nctlna ou your liver ..t..rvpa.actually starves. White's Cream 9 package.11Ic.! at all grocers.niustrat the Rrowtu of (lie hair, keeping ill ttyatiruet loG....'. Baby Elixir cures dlarrh .,
10 rlciilnirml. tat ritrun'r.'''. U_. t lay of Jefferson -City vlth BallanTa Horblne. Isn't It woc'b Vermifuge .xpela the worms and nour- of tile. hair and .calp In a healthMcondliion. -, djsuntury and all derangements of tho ________
'ea....". .11 Tb.l.op.p.....tOt SI inpstf.1us Vale. left for Jacksonville. Monday irving for -jibsoluta" and certain r. lah... the child aura and pare. Pilo 26cents .U lUclp Book :Cre.. : Ttu hair Hops falling dtsdruJ stomach or bowels. Sold bY Aok roian.

pour suIsusrtpIioe. marntng, but his family will remain Ilor yon' gut? Bo'd! by Aak raiaa-9te part Sold by.-Aokermoa-8t.w.rt Drag ? The as ns. Pure fotKrCn., Is Roy N. Y. disappears. A splendid dressing I IesM.d. Stewart Drug Co.T .
iTlmUiloaJackioiilll.. Fla. >ni( 0... Co, .by tba J.0..i..cemLemii.MLe-7.,
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i.. tl'rL' CLUB -C'\\ 1
A .S The Palatkar4ews .
0 NW Officericted-Annual_ Hairlight .

Report ef Mrs. Hilburn. Retiring produce Fashion' Kennerly Hardware Co.JIUf.RR8

"" President. flexible _
GREATReduction Latest Deer.,', Light/ I .
$ City happenings and $ i The last meeting of the Woman1 and hygenio At the II'-

I Club was held at tbe charming homeof riasonable prize of ;>()C -
$ Personal mention. $ Mrs. Adams last Friday.

....... ............. "" This being an open meeting after Torchon Laces I't Hardware, Stoves
the election of olllcers for the com ,

Sale New Chinaman In town. ing year and the reading of the reports .. Suitable for all purposes

R. H. McLeod of Welaka wa In incuts for were the served.past year light refresh- where durability is desired. t Farm I Implements and

4 the city yesterday.George The officers for the year nr. : Presi I. Get them' ut only de yd (

Beale U making extensive dent. Mrs. lie,,. Gay; first vice- Garden Tools.
Improvement to his borne on south president. Mrs. Holmes, chairman of Real Linen Laces,
/Seventh street. work second vice-president, '
literary ;
ii Monday, June 8th Miss Sarah Bard of Norwalk I. Miss Leib, chairman Miss of Cr111 musicals ch"lr-; at lOc 12i and 1C.;) Fine Cutfery.
: third vice-president.
for the summer In Osslulng,
visiting -
p N. Y. man of socials; Mrs. D. W. Kimsaur" Ready-Made Skirls
corresponding secretary; Mrs. UarCl-
1; Mrs. F. D. Ackermtm Is In Jacksonville ncr recording secretary; Mrs. \el- Special prices on all Rpady A Kent's for the celebrafed

S Last Day. S. visiting her daughter ?dr.. verton, tre..Nurertn.. Raymond Made Skirts. A nice Skirt
Walter M. Davis. Price, auditor. OSc Chilled Plows.
: will be called meeting of for Oliver
: There a
J. P. Cowburn and E. J. McOrady,
the club at 4 o'clock p. m. on June 12,
prominent orange grower of Crescent American Bounty Corsets
City were In the city on Wednesdav. at the residence of Mrs. David Ram-and well known to enlarge Planet Jr. I Implements.
S. Come day. S saur for the purpose of discussing are too !
every S adopting a scheme of work for the upon their merits
I : Prof. J. D. Cottlngbam of Flora- :
present year. ;50c and $1.00.
No greaterbargains were ever offered home was shaking hand with his It Is hoped that all member will .
q :. many friends to Palatka the first of be present and prepared to express '
the week. their opinions with regard. to the. Hattie N. Buky.If THE
S.S and never get such an : work. .
you may Miss Addle Bailey of San Mateo, .
Following Is the annual report of TUHHorooUxus.'M'r}' Tburmlnj
after a pleasant visit of several day

.; .5. opportunity to secure desirable and :. her with home friends last Mouday.the city returned to Mrs./: J. Hilburn the retiring presIdent lit p. m. Kennerly Hardware Co.

of ,
S. Ladle \Voman'.x.'ortuIKhtly
;: seasonable such M.JorV.. L. Olessner Immigration Clubr :- --
: : goods at extreme again of the n. B. A F. Ry., was have not prepared au elaborate Palatka Florida.
S In the city Wednesday and greeted address for this afternoon us It Is

'j? low prices. 'S many old friends. very warm and I know you would. suchan be I 190 Inch Metal frame Ig
$ .' : Watch out for the "All Star Juvenile burden If I should havetnade mI
attempt; therefore, my paper Is Canopies
.Entertainers who will
4 We will not attempt to quote : tbe Opera House at an early appearIn date. quite short and tu the point.
S. Ladies, two years have, elapsed
Benefit fat. Monicas church.
.' "- 6: in this issue but all former since you honored me by calling me $1.38. *,. .. a .a ,.!__
prices O. J. O'Haver a well-known cltl- to the president's chll Ir. I have, as
sell and merchant of Keuka waa .a I promised you then discharged my

V prices hold good till the last day of : accompanied visitor In the city by his Monday.daughter He Miss was duties the very as best president of my of wblllty jour club; but to The Only Complete Line I

.' Jauuitu. when I make this assertion, It is not I }
r : Sthe sale and articles will at much, us I realize mutt keenly the and I
many go Tuesday evenluga "Tackr.D.nce" ability l ha been Incmngun lilY part; of Furniture House II
will bo given at .
S. however I have done the best ..1could
S .5 much less. S. .bouse. A prize will be given for the ,' mind In indenvoilug to discharge Iil

S S will inkiest"be. served.costume. Refreshment many blunders my dutler and, I have mistakes committed but i Furnishings in the City.

S' Hon. and Mrs. DuWItt T. Gray of can assure you th-y have been from .

S .5 S This is a Cash Sale. Jacksonville large. part of the have week been hero spending, guest, of a the should head like and 10 not submit from toyou tin heart a report I l _... .", :313-313-217: :
flu Rfl
Mr. Gray's mother Mrs. H. A. Uray. as It were., of whutthe club bus accomplished :i"G ap.t Mm Lemon .Mrwt,
They left for homo enterday. In th. pant two yenrs. @1 This ia only one of the 9 Palatka,Tit
S. Tbe first convention t-f the Florida real bargains awaitJ J : ..
the We need the many ;
I, S S. Bring money. : The Wonderland moving picturesare Federation of Women's Clubs I ever this store.'e E.. E. EEE ..ee eee6eEEee ..
ing at
S still\ affording entertainment for had the pleasure of attending was in you

; than the goods and they large audiences each evening. ThisIs that grand old aristocratic city our will save you money on
money more the bent show of Its kind ever seen capital Tallahassee; a city as you anything in the HOUSE ,. N'UI"rVhVIWU..mNirW/NN'NNNNm\WrY
S. In Palatka.: A change of program all know noted for Its genuIne hospital FtfRNISHIXQ line.

y S.5 are yours at sacrifice prices. Come dally. ley. Of course being my firs t&!
.j Capt. W. D. Allen former popular experience you can well Imagine (I If: J. H. Yelverton Jr. in P latka. !
county commissioner. of Fruitland you will pardon expression) what !@ Fbone 103. Cor.LenmonandRixth tJ Bargains.
5.and share of these wonderful
get your :. spout. couple of days in the city a greenhorn I was; however I did mJ PALATKA FLA.
S week. Mr. Allen states that manage to absorbe and Kalu sudden ,
tills a ------------
all heavy ratu In his section tills week Information by listening very attentively .JI. ff@ Farm or Town Property i
bargains. Buy possibly
4 you can has saved. tbe corn crop. to the report of other clubs ,
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S. Mrs. Mary Scott Miller of Crescent and return what home they very had enthusiastic accomplished Upon to "'5 r.="u2' .u:
. .5 use. 5.S City came down to attend the Jetfer- the subject civics. I also saw how -
son Davis anniversary exercises on the Tallahassee club bad Improvedand Special Sale

Wednesday night under the auspices beautified tbelr park. The
55 of Patton Anderson Chapter thought then ocourred to me, why 1AD
S Remnant Day. U. D. C., of which she Is a member tbat would be a good Idea.and an excellent WhiteHosiery I FORD I

S The friends of James A. Bear are work for our club to take up.

pleased to see that be Is now able to Therefore upon my first opportunity
crutches7 I presented this idea in feeble "" t
get about without Mr. my
5 Tuesday will be Remnant Day. Hear states that the Indications are way to tbe club members, and they
j S : that he 'will soon be as strong and most heartily endorsed my plan of Real Estate
f .active as before his injury two years work; and at the next meeting the I i
5.All remnants and odd lots of every ago. executive board we proceeded to ,
Fire Life
and Accident
S. make Mrs. Uay chairman of that at close figures for a few Insurance.
Tbe steamer Crescent will go on committee. Then It that Mrs. 5
: description will be placed on the bargain the ways at Jacksonville next>: Monday 'Jay and your tumble was servant walk- days to close out.

for its annual overhauling and 'ed ail-over. this Town: soliciting money : Also fine line WHITE .. ;ss National Surety Company i
.A for repairs The steamer will come for this and as I havementioned
Tuesday and will :. purpose : worth $2
counter on go from Crescent City (Sunday and proceed repeatedly In my addresses I
I: S direct to Jacksonville. It la. eXpected the citizens responded In a most will be sold at .., : of New York.. .

: at SACRIFICE PRICES.Don't that the Crescent will be absent liberal. manner, and: at tbe conclusion 10. ,r: 1
from its regular run fully two of our third afternoon wo had. d 149. t:: I
weeks. promised us nearly $ OO.UO. I shall. t: ;: On Indian River.

: 5 Mrs. George II. Mayo and little Invalid not proceed further as the park Is a 10. b. An excellent opportunity for a lady who hashed

miss this opportunity. daughter of Urandin were In living Instrument and testimonial Elegant! LineSummer! t: hotel experience to lease an all the year round hotel. <<
the city this week euroute to Wichita within Itself. I also wish to men :MiisthHve .oin.. cnpltal to buy furniture and furnishing. :
S tion right here that the club Is in a Gloves.
Kansas, whither Mr. Mayo had
.5 orange grove vegetable and poultry farm go with leaie.
? 5) preceded them some months and flourishing condition: In order to ..:: Must make quick deal. .
: : where they will make a home for prove my statement We have had to eq '

Butterick Pattern themselves In the interests of their pay 6.00 state dues this past lear. 7 mNNNM.WIMYmnmNNHNm""Nj'nf}'
Agency. little (one's health. Mrs. Mayo Is a which usually (except once.
: :) daughter of the late Wm.J. Ureen of lieve) has only been from MOO to Miss Kato L. Lucas.Btoro .-- .
S : Urandin.Mrs. *15.00 according to statistics. We __ -
have enrolled 5 ::: + =+ '---------. ="""
thirty Dew member in
elo e' I p. m. every Ttiurndny.
Pauline Adams the popular the past two years which accountsfor =3 DPutrxiam.PALATKA.= =' '
manager of the Postal Telegraph the Increase In state due. I do rlt1r.rn-nJr..rIn1f'1'Z: LI.tILt: : : :E J.QIc7 e
company. left Thursday for Jacksonville not mean to make these statements \ FLORIDA.
Feruandida, Live Oak, Suwan- egotistically;; or to reflect credit
: FLe&/tqLeAf nee Springs Lakeland and other, myself as your president but for upon the Special Master's Sale. 1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and

: points in the state on a vacation. On benefit of the club. I also make IN A000RDANOE Patents.
J her return Mrs. Adams. will be accompanied these announcement tolet you knowthat u llnul Oeire.i of furt-L-IUKurn and mlrentlumt PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
by little Miss Thelma we are not. dead club as some hy the lint Jilt' ,'... r. Wlllx.I Judiii COMPOUNDED
Adams who expects to be here a very few would have believe of the Eight juitklnl tjlreult for tboMtiiof : I \ OABDKX:! BIKD. Agents Mallorr SUMiiWl. !
you ; KUirltlH! In n uttrtuln cn*' uvnillnif' in tlulil ', .. + -
while before '
short taking an extend. but to my mind as well a* a great cin-iilt Uourt. In ana for 1'ulim --
ed trip west. many others,* I think It a pretty live- County. Btate or Klorl.lu, In Plmnimm'ery
, wherein Mr.. Anna l*>\\ Itt, hv lit>r\imu.iunj: ; --- -
The annual June examinations for ly club yet. I am free to admit that. niul n.x"luul. U Illlntii II. nuWI. I. JIt,.....:E...;,IItllr.1L, ';II:; a.-1I7E..ZIInIII'IIIa: .... .....
public school teachers of the countyare while the literary department of this romplnluuiit, "ml' :! : :a.
:: :: 'r'610AW rl.U :
being held this week. 'rhere aresome club ho* lagged ever since I have Henry A.. IKutti) ,
Block Putnam House Square. 12 white and eight colored been a member of U, and the chairman Hunui.niul ibo Johnson, OntUiil. ('oimpmty.'
Merryday : n Corporation. olr lire dVfijmlnnta' iliui<1 The
teachers undergoing the torture. of that department has always 'd ny mih. 1.' lisa, 1 1 Breakers by the Sea/
; LfhlIrt.'l: ;::: :
: mlutlon fur ,
SupurintendeutTucker has charge of had an uphill business (as .some people CfiNh. ut the
Court house In Piiliitkii, lorliln., Pimm ,,
the white examinations and Mr. you know In all clubs and organizations County,on the Klral MouUny: lit July time "* I
I We close at 6:30 p. m. except Saturdays.And Laban Price Melrose, member t>f will shirk), still the '''ma buhm the !$' SEABREEZE. FLORIDA

the county school board is conducting meetings at the various homes ns a SIXTH DAY OP JULY A. D., line, H Will bo open June 1 tinder th\ of I. I. abbctll I
rule, have been well inaiiiifftfmeut
attended sometimes till 1 \
: the examination of colored durlnii legal hounofinla on Hint miv
tI 2 teachers.Palatka. having as many as twenty-fourpresent lli 1 ,, tollowlnii, lot, trnrtu or pnivcl.of lam l
i: Thursdays at p. m. and the various hlntf nml bvliiK. sliiiutu lu the I Count* OIl
members FlUimm, : : : The hones will be
was visited by an old- I have $tnt o( Horlilu oIn conducted on a hlRherpUne thllIuerbJOIItllOrouKhly
prepared and read some most "All of time(oliowimg" lunirlln-il
land aUu. renovated and refurnished. oreoul'
fashioned downpour of rain last excellent papers on the d I If erent sub nte 'L S 5 5 5 5 S I !Sunday afternoon. It was old fush- ject mapped out on the scheme. 'Florliln.H' : Jleln' n. purt of ,",,,, seven 01 Ing with In or the world.private bnth" Fine' fishing' and the best """" -I Ipi
loned because rain storms have not According to I l I. loHtHliln I 1' 'n MI. Mouth of Hun '
our constitution offl- ,
Twe..I.v..1I ,
iii: l."ot..ltVllloolIlI!lie unlilooitli '.,
been the order here. for inauy many. oel' are only allowed to serve two !i ,' HI Johns' .KIM r.liviiiir li> :'IH, ; SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY SOUCIT1D.RATK. .
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: moons. It rained and hailed for an years; therefore my term of olHce trlliir<'(Hi'I III .II 01, k uuzmb'r, Llr\ni: d\);.
Statement. The County Commissioners. hour and those who know somewhat expires with I this meeting: so, In on Hofik'i.'oiCoiiM-yiiiK HIM' i>in l PIIHIII., .i It.i|.hit.soti' in rifonloa;wi., it:: *j .l.00 per day and upward according to location 011"10-|

I wish to atute that. any case I take At the meeting of tbe county about measuring rainfalls say that conclusion I wish to extend many lilt MUmlx-r Thin' to overcome headache cross-eyes or commissioners Wednesday, before fully two Inches fell. It discovered thanks to all members of the execu north hj the luuth llm 1..I1.'r. Two ,is) .ilSJ 11 'IIJ JJr. ;;'iIlKIWZto.W! .3IiIIla'S! 3:'.....J3Ir1.JES.:: : .
nay chronlo trouble In absolutely n full board the following buslntjBft many a leaky roof and there are Instances Live board also club members who of lher niiiii.Hlmkiiiul..on, an tin west\ thru I hi'lluntlral thii cimt. i5.:. >) t.....'
under a guarantee. regardless what. was transacted : where the interiors of business have been In full sympathy and cooperation Klwtchwr .''''''''. itml tini HnmiriMl llm inn,1,1
any one says. If you are tired of On petition of citizen of Pen lei blocks were made to cutter serious with me during my two rwenty-Hi-tun; : i Ufli I fCCI' tlwivoni an tl, For .
,, aad I will and Francis. (45.UQ; wag ordered damage. years' adminlntratlon. outli bv th liiirtli Him of Bliorl .trui-lBu.S ;:
drugging come eee me. paidto and who haveso Three IIuii.lr.Hl i,11I'01, Ie,'t tlivrv.m ,.. rn7 : t
make regular professional vUlts to C. K. Smith for care of pauper Chas. F. Baton of Lake City a can- nobly and faithfully discharged mint elsie li> limo; went J'l-l'It'! ? .I : on stout II BestWOOD 'Ul 2 New and Up-to-D
I Palatka the Wednesday following Ellis during his last illness and to didate for delegate-ac-large to' the their duty. yiiUOn. riuntlrod : : >Stoiin tl- ) and L

l( th.. second Monday of each month. hia death ; notary public-bonda of national democratic convention, and Again thanking you for the honor lout And tiittrioit upon"" auch nule .bt>lnu mad.li*. I Furniture
Office Arlington Hotel. One day Harry C. Halley and D. W. Johnson an all around supporter of Wm. J. conferred upon me In making me ex..lp tiuld, sl'livur .v Ihp !U''hu..r n shell Kood House Furnishing Cat only. 1)H. AKMSTKONO.liaaebull were approved while that of Cyrus Bryan was In the city yesterday your president. I retire from office ond ollnt.I'IIL, "i"mui.j. |
Henderson was laid over to next with the baseball. club from his city. wishing the Woman's Fortnightly N. I'AI.IIOVX. : low prices
h lioya Take Notice. meeting; rifle bond of .W. H. Cannon I Mr. Eaton Is the chlef-of-polloe of Club a long and prosperous life. B. K. HA.KKLL1.1" Master 111'han..I'. very

was approved ; clerk was orderedto his city cultivated gentleman, and Most. respectfully submitted Hollclior. for'otnphlnant. In the city, Go toRe
first the Palntk" .se- '
The man on
.- advertise notion of establishmentof In the event of his the MRS S J. UII.DDKN. PulaUn t lorlUu,Junu sth. 1'01. II .
ball team to knock. fair. ball. over success state
a voting precinct at Rodman ; will have to blush cut any length,
no reason for this
the park. fence will be given one S. Mooney|
pauper penslou of S2.50 per month one representative to the big con No Need of Suffering from ,
: month. free chavea at Browning' was ordered paid to Alfred Benjamin veutlon. Rheumatism. _S.\LJ::. : send your order to
B"rb..r Shop. for It I. a mistake to allow anyoue to suf iHASTEK'S ,-
: petition public road near U : Fiori....
Keuka was referred to Commissioner The annual picnic of the Methodist fer from rheuraiHI.m, a* the pain can always ...| ,..,..,. TnOC smut A I W. W. Bainbridge's Palutka
Smith flees fresh Georgia Cream In be relieved and In rend..r.d hy the Ju....., uf time '
Roger for Investigation; Commissioner Sunday school was held at SilverLake most case a flu Judlollli I ,
ilreUjt !
of time
his lea Cream. Ulre It. trialMost cure effected state 01 Flo'l..n In ulld Ii, Undertaking and EbaICEO. ['
Roger 'was appointed a dele on Thursday June 4th. The by applying Chamberlains Plltllnm CnllntY.ln ebeey, for New Wood Yard
gate to attend the county commlsoners Ladies Aid Society of the church LinIment The relief from pain wtiloh 111am.,l",. :of May.. :1I1in U.. las,sitOmmg in is L'erimim on time, I I ,
,,-- penpl* nay that we have the ..! and Hood Road convention had planned an outing to Hart'sPoint it affurils I I. alone woitD many times 1Mcoot. ecu. ih.rein I .: Whoreli: iii. i'mmet I :I at
BEST::, HUrTKK In the city. Wetikw at Ocala on :lad lust and the board on the same dav, but the two It make. eleep and rest possible tee.gmormdmi:is (ShYing'DlIIphilflnmt;: .5 Trust': ,('ommipammy s. .Trim' ,: m : Stanton'sFoundry .
their wora for It.-A. UraloRer. dec Id o
Don't forget Dr. Arm.trorK' date, Mr. Solana was a ppolnted alternate a unlonl\'atherlllif. so !Silver Lake. should be used on acoount of the oWjoirt "- lo liTooX-'iS'Hf;' : : I :I ,
June 10th, at Ar delegate; Tax>: Assessor Uullard was was. chosen. It Isn't necessary to say relief which It affords. Do not be dis. ink In slid lIouu.y 01 Ii I ,
(: next Wednesday granted an extension for one monthto that the picnic was a success such couraged until you have given It a trial. ."" Putnuuraii ibV. Ii I, Phone 40.Notice Deaip l
llngtoit Hotel. allitirs Many sufferers. have ..... .rI.1 ?oF J7LYA. Dies. I i Drauchtin.
complete nssessment roll the usually are, and from reports been surprised and ..." ,,..... "-,"" i EM.
clerk was authorized to advertisefor thU one proved exception in enJoyment delliihted with Its pain-relieving quali month 11",1, a "',,,.r.Wj.yisi.is 1 : the I Map Drawing
FOR SALE-38 acre farm In Bradford bids for two mile of road at for parents. friends and the ties S5 and GO cent sizes for sac bv ,leii, hOlll' III 0..1.. to tim. hl"h".t b..I'!. time for l17'1'nllLU:1"I1: t "1I.11i Fl&
Co., Including stock :farming Urandin; a warrant wan ordered little people. SilverLake I la an Ideal Ackarmsn-Btewsjt Drug Co. 5.1'mh$:, tim All'' foilwlmm limp 'i"'rItwd: prowty! to. Ia18.t1c.B,
j Implrmentii wa (on buarRle: Just KIt drawn lit favor, of Miss Eva Scott picnic place and when Palatka get IightN", Street rfthirmid Knllwov of time hmimiii,5.: & I

etao:1s for 360. IK). Write for particular for $-50O! purchase price of a clay the trolley-not the. trackless type- You get the best groceries. at low Piiluiku: "ml PitlHtku:: :: IlHluhu C.'IIII'11(1)in n\ BIde Wilt ho Bids For CordwooiPalatka.
*. H. L. P.M. Ji>hn.to r.( FIR pit at Orandln. to extend that far In a belt- linnyou'll est price when you trade with A. bra 0501,,'s'omlflty..... rIght P'loridm 01"11), logetiir, with m:; County CouInhirnionr.received bv Putnam the Beard 01 Fla., May WJji'J'
12"2r."Hulrered sue a natural and l"s"smeut track. 51 their : nO i.unty
park .
recreation Ornlnyrer at the dr.ui bilhiigtg, nest lueetifl4 : : '
now nfore. Srnuni tbie,. July SlIm, ICeS, for .. received
Bid will b )
I spot secoud tu none In the r. hi roll I tag ; fum'es bUII"III two miles Of b"nl
Baseball.The .te.: hmor.s ,, : road
; a'(
One-Sided imu: Uandl, '
day and night the torment state. PLANK'S Chill Tonic for Ilettir, lUipium.m I ,msi 'witrise, ,ilmsswrla!: ::1=,11:.'i.o::: whirl l rsm is. seen with 8th KtUm.: for 'unh'D.lt/H|
I of itching pile*. Nothing Palatka and Lake City ..,,- fever colds and lagrlppe _. "0.by .,, PmmIitki: a il"mgmt,: sirwt mw own.unit.. I YI'*.. .0'I T. J. lftsger,.:Putiumni 11.11: City Pumping Station t1fntf.,'!!
L helped me until I used Doan' Ointment. ball team played agame at the park Park Benefit. t..e.l. Price 86 ct., a bottle; Sold" th'srrite'I WilY t'UIII"'II1"ii. n:lnn.1 Two nil of t limit, IU""k of lulld The II...."*'r."Joyn.r."..u. ' '
by 2)) of right to reject receledlm I
It cured, rn* permanenHy. yesterday afternoon before a large all druggist 1-17-iat lion to 1'II11I.k.. ilel5lmt. lIorl' Ad Putn"
John R.Unrrett. Mayor, Ulrard. Ala. crowd of spectator The gain resulted There will be an Ice cream and owned 1<'lor' 1 In a score of 18 to 0 In favor of cake sale, held on the Lemon street Satisfaction Rsmiiwsy"r add PUlnlk" .t H ''lIh.. .I..t The City reserve the rigttject I

-USEMAURERSJ Palatka. One baseball, enthusiast KiiJ of the Putnam veranda, Wednesday Guaranteed. rtght, std t'Oflhimiimy:'::, .iOCCiiIr., ut the with, 5J5 Sacks Wanted. any nnd all bid"- -.iftCl
'old the New that he never law the afternoon and evening. The JKSt W'V.rVo'u', : :: .: ? it,. yu l.rom .Rmliamiy t"lfl'imflnv: cli I and singular.mai IItfP ,(. We Address. bid to J.E.CW |
Gee .mue or 5i : : purchase
ball.Acolde..t. fluid tlu'reof
perfect and f.wk. uril corn oat .
lorn team play more proceed to be used for the Park. smith wok end Blo'ole and lens 10 wells. the em lucy l. seed hull reed Dottou Engineer'
_2t' &nousEPASTE the Everyone Is cordially Invited touome repalrlnl don. ci IItwlnl Mscbls Compl"lnnnL sn.i mimlmflunt! nil ducret.4 tu .is. good and potato .""ka If In
: will happen but Dr. and help the cause.Try E. O. RICHARO jI''ne.ADAMK. oondltlon. I FOR RENT-Two le..NO a::;.
families keep EARLS I'Al.A'I'KA
e.f-reiruU.Hd TCB .
: -KILLS mEflOrI1ZSPO': "I" ''al W..Ior. Ac'rnay.WANTEDS.SOd located.new. i
Oil for such etn.rencle Pslstk. tag., desirably
'boma Eoleotrlo .Iwayo P's' *"*ear | trnnican '", JUliO 11th. teeS Irnpro..POlln
Smith' Tee i
GENUINE SOLD ONLY IN It subdues the pain and Cream. Made of fOU Corn.; and- .... ItAm.mbt'.41T -- hand bags all modern \ .
t..oa and fl'
; pure, frean Georgia Cream. 'tr. ". Paiatka, PIOFId.'vssse. .. Sand burlapany; kInd particularapplr this
BOTTt-ES 2K.At.t. DRUGGIST ricaU tbo hurt. I lour next Ktoo.ry order tCJ A. where any '1""n'lt", "DY- '"
.1 Grainier fluest we pay Irelghl.
; stock (ill tOWIi. BAt CO.. Richmond Va. RICHUlID See Oralotl'er for grOCetl'la It
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