The Palatka news
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 Material Information
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 20, 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: UF00075922:00129
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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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iJ' Majority Will Go Be-

I V" \ .-. Clerk Price, Sheriff Howell and Treasurer yond----8.000.-- '- ""

Fletcher Defeat. Broward for Senu- ,

,', Kennerly were Defeated.Tax torihtp by 4,000, 1 1n. I!

Oen.'lb"l.t) W. GlluhrUt of Punta ,
tr,s', Assessor Bullard Renomi- Qorcla wax mode the dr-mouratlo

1-- .'.," nated by Big Majority., The Returns Canvassed.The nominee for Uovenior" of Florida In
last Tui'Rda.v'n 1>1'1111111by majority
county democratic) exeoutlve that It la estimated will
11'0 b"yont.le1llbt
McKenzie. Defeats Middleton for LegUUture committee met at 11 o'clock yentor- thousand The complete returns -
by 21 Votes. day forenoon for the purpose of can
were not known In Palatka lit ,
That mi unnaual. 1 Interest! attachedto vanning the returns. Chairman F. the tlmo of going to press. 4i ."',,
the primary election of lust Tues- J. Fearnstdo presided and a large; Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher Jacksonville jr 3 3a
dry In 1'utnn county IH evidenced majority of the members were. present has defeated (Uov. N. H.Uroward .
by the Fact that. heavier. vote was as well as many candidates. It for the United States:: Son _
polled" than In the first primary of Is the returns as authorized by tutorship by iv majority thai; Is conservatively --
1'. ,. M'lV 100h.'Ilho the committee that the table givingthe estimated. at more thnn
; 'vote on neveral or the offices vote of each candidate by pre 4,000.() J
to bA filled) was olofln-so close that clnot, published In this Issue of the ; Gen. GIlelirlHl; received, his greatest \
.. lIiI for 18 hours after the closing of the News, Is taken. ; majority in Duvnl county lead- .
polls and t until the last precinct had There was little to disturb the hug Stockton by 1,702 votes. e
OUR I L 'i reported opposing candidates, alternately work of the committee. Some Fletcher led Broward In the same
STYLE one questioned the Pomona precinct
r. expeltenoed the pangsof def county by 888 votes.
i PIERCE '' "Bt mid I he joys of victory as regularly vote. It seems that the vote for the The result;on Governor Is creating (
candidates of one ofllce, as given In -- -
'kw NUMBER us the town clock pointed the ; little surprise as It was generally
TOE hours. the return., totaled Bit, while the conceded that Gen UllchrUt would
w ''; 208 Their 'onsen could be politically largest; total for any of the other offices win. For several days prior to the Jen. Albert W. Qllchrlst of Punta
clingnoHedHS mental. chills and fever was but 82. A motion was primary it was apparent to Mr. Qorda, Oov Elect of Florida.
I Itlvattllttel'noollell. Wednesday bn- made and prevailed to "compare the Stockton's supporters that their candidate _
/: foe the last. precinct was reported. returns with the poll list and"If nec- was lolling ground rapidly mid
't'AV/t' iY Mr' 6fltdletun, was the first to accept oehflary recount the ballots. The that his losses were directly traceable SECRETARY TAFT
defeat. The olty and nearby poll list on examination showed the to the action of the Mlnlsterhil I
precincts !gave Mr. McKenzle a big returns to have been correctly made Alliance of Jacksonville These good .NOMINATED.
lead, .., and at I o'clock Tuesday night out people meant well, but they were
Mr. Middleto\ came to the conclusion When precinct 25 (Ward 7 Pal at- out of their element. in undertakingto The National Republican Convention
w Mint. his services woul.l! not be required ka) was reached the statement was lead In a political light. Their In Chicago yesterday afternoon
at Tull.ihnsHee during the made that a certain colored man had place was In the ranks. Caesar had.
w ty voted in that precinct. This was Investigated nominated Secretary of War, Wm.
coming session of the legislature. his Brutus Blaine his Burchard und
Early Wednesday morning he ; and found to be true. The Stockton his Iorgg. H. TaCt of Ohio, for President of the
called on !Mr.' McKenzie and tendered colored man was brought before the Mr. Fletcher. has gained a great. I United States on the first ballot. He
his congratulations and at 10:80 committee and under oath, stated victory over the most successful poltlolan -
received 703
votee out of a possible
that he had voted. He declined to /
took the train for home. When the In Florida since the palmy
+3+01 heat of the country precincts' had re- state who he voted for. A motion to days of Wilkinson Call i 1)71)).
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throw out the precinct was lost bya -- ---- ---
It that In the contest
purled wan seen
r l p l p p p- D for the leglnluture the vote was very I vote of 0 to 7. Mr. Middleton'is Grateful. 1 Mr. Bullard Gives Thanks.
close and the footings disclosed the The concensus of opinion on the i To the News man Tax AssessorG.
'not, that Mr. McKenzie had won by street Is to the effect that the com- Editor PALATKA NEWS I1'", Billiard, who has just been I
but 21 votes. mittee acted wisely; that If this pro I desire to say to the people of Putnam renomlnated for the seventh time
k Up to 11 o'clock 'on Wednesdaythere duct was thrown out because of the county through the medium of snys: "1 wish you would say to the
READ THIS GUARANTEE was the greatest uncertainty vote of this negro (who is a democrat your paper that I am grateful for people of Putnam county that I am
concerning the outcome In the, contests ) nearly the other precincts the. splendid support given. me In the profoundly grateful' for tilts renewed
_ AnI'taJ deep and lasting--from a pair of end county treasurer. AC. one time for the reason that white republicans and none the loss so, because of my I will certainly do my utmost to
ha vote for the latter ofIIOH was a had voted unchallenged. lafniLK Thin wag- inv' flrah ventura' prove worthy of their good will. I
BURT & PACKARD tie. The vote from the IIIHO two pre I n.county, j politics; and the vote given bear no grudges; and have no Ill-
ulncts awarded the office to Mr' Ed- From County Clerk Price, ne, considering the strength of my will for those who voted and worked
KORRECT SHAPER SHOESR. monson by a majority of 00. To the Democratic Voters: 'opponent, was such a tribute as any for my opponent. That was their
... U. S. Pat Off. Henry Hutchlnson of Crescent Gentlemen wish to thank all man older In the business might well right mid privilege."
_ City lias defeated Joseph Price!! for who voted at the primary on the 18th be proud of. I shall go back to the '' }i
FOR MEN the l county clerkship by 41 votes and for or against me as Clerk; not having farm with feeling of kindness for Own Your Own Home !
this contest- like the treasnrership received the highest; number of all mankind, and especially so for Stop Paying Rent!
wag not fully decided until the last vote. for that position, I accept! my the good people of my home county.
Our Guarantee I ant Instructed the toairel' ,
above Patent two precincts had reported.In defeat with the best of feeling to all! W. b. MlDDLHTON1. by owner
that beautiful lot
Thin lobelia In every "8n.....,- rojnps" Fancy "Dur$4 the contest for nherllT It. L. It being the choice of the voters to city and !Ht. Johns River.overlookingthe This
*( o3SAf [; japs" Korrect Shape Shoe Oxfords are made Cennerly maintained lead from the select another to succeed me. Harsh physics react, weaken tho lot Joins the Hon.: E. S. drill (south
and his of 228 votes I thankful to the bowels chronic
and Btanila aa a guarantee tlint our popular "Pierce" toe start majority am heartily cause constipation side) PulatkaHelght.forTwoHun-
lORRttPS III the Is Inch voters for their whichI loan's Regulate operate easily tone
the "Burroinp upper will end Burt & Packard county a victory as any past support due 1 (tliOO.OO) If wken this week. Lot
,,;, ;iWARR( .tT. l5- not break throuuh before tha are a very dressy, candidate, may feel proud of. have received for this office, and I the stomach cure cnustlpatlon. 25o. Is 21Xlx4m(> ( ) feet and fronts on two 3
firataole IH worn through. stylish "Umitad" have endeavored to the best of my Ask your druggist for them. "
streets. "A chance of n life time j
U.S. Pat.OH. The Commissioners Vote. ability to fulfill the duties of the
Reg. Buy Pair Today Line, $5 place and have only the best and H. M. de MONTMOLLIN. a
a County CommlHKloners from the Editor PALATICA NEWS"' :
In the event of a "Burrolnps"wearing-contrary to thla .BSP( First, Fourth and Fifth Commission kindest of feeling to the voters of Agent.
the retailer from whom these ahoet. were purchased
guarantee this county and shall and always ,
ton irs districts failed of election" In the --- -- --- -- -- ----
Is uthorlaed to replace PACKARD FIELD primary ofMay. 10th. These were will be their friend. Again thankIng i
{, them with*new pair. M.li-n 'Y'- t
B- tolected last Tifsdwy.' t Hie vote you I remain, very respectfully, .
r BROCKTON. MASS. s hI by district these I olllets! ." have notjoun yours JOHEPK PRICE. !
Included III the ,fBirnlar table of :
county returns, but are here given R. L. Kennerly Appreciative.To .
+l Not only theBEST i-parutuly. the Voters of Putnam County i ,
FIRST TUSTKICT I take this method of publicly expressing ;
Precinct No. I-A I verA III, Harp my hearty thanks and flln- I
1 111(Ij; precinct 2-Alvers 8, Harp 10; oere appreciation for the cordial sup- .; ,
precinct, 8-AIvprn, 4. Harp.4; predict port you so generously tendered me y tV
S I'OES 4-Alvers 20) Harp J2; precinct In the recent primary. !Such: an t'x- i
>-Alvers 1 6, Harp 11 ; precinct. 0-Al- pression endorsement Is fluttering.
vets an, Harp-5; >; pr'olnct7-Alvel's to say the least. I endeavored to
I his>>. Harp, 8. Total Alvers 110, Harp wage a clean, straight campaign and
07. Alyers majority 10. to run on my own merits. To those
but the best makes ofMEN'S KOtlB'l'lf 18TltICT who opposed me I have no foaling of Li.v Li. f I

Precinct 10-Dohniinon 4,. Joyner, Ill-will. It will be my purpose to m> .
administer the affairs of the "h"I'lr'sonlce \
:2:1 ; precinct 20-Hoh 'niioii GO, Joy 4
oar 0 precinct 21-1I..l1l\nllo, Joy as to meet with your approval,
AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND : Ir4;: precinct Itohmmon 1. Joy as I Intend to vigilant at all times
and to sets that the ends of justice
ler 11 precinct :27-Bahannou7! Joy-
ierli.: Total-Holianuon 7j( ; Jo. npr are not defeated. Having had experience ILw
r>D); liohannons majority 211.KIKTII along this lino you may rest
t / FURNISHIf1GS.learnside II assured that In all respects your Interests
DISTRICT will be well and truly sub rb t
Precinct 10-Rogers I II I, Wylle 57; served. With best wishes and again
precinct) 17-Rogers 1)7) W.vll'< 10; expressing my thanks for your Inter
)r,'Cicf|] |H-Uogurs! 00\!, Wyll 0; prn- est In my candidacy and for your
duct 18-Rogers 13 I Wylle" I; pru- cordial support In both primaries, I .
inet 2 -Rogers: 10, Wylle :2l!,tI. Total remain as ever yours to serve,
Clothing Company Uogi.rs) 121, Wylle, 101 ; lingers majority R. L. Kea NRKLV.Palatka .
20. Fla.. June 18th 10OB.\
No Need of Suffering from Rheumatism.It I
V U a mistake to allow anyone to surer Accidents will happen, but I Ihn I
the always ; best-regulated families keep Dr.
from rheumatism as pain can -
Florida. be relieved and In most! cases a Thomas' Ealectrlo Oil for such emergencies. -
Palatka, ure, effected by applying Chamberlain's ; It subdue. the pain and
Liniment. The relief from pain which heals the hurts. i
It affords Is alone worth many times Its Smith uses. fresh Georgia Cream In
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Even la cases of IOUK. standing this llnl-
'mm"mmmmmm' ", L/ Estate For Sale.Fine oaentshould be used. on account! of the Send your next grocery order to A j
\ Real mallet which It affords. Do goii'" be dlsouragucl Grainger: ; fluent stock In town. I

.. until you have given It a trial You get the best groceries. at low-

Finley Tucker, 3unuice. two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. ,Many sufferers with have Its patn-relloving been surprised quall-andBlighted est prices when you trade with A.
I : at the new store.
Estate, tgi. lot 100x150, nrtesiau well and barn on premises. Half 1ns. 25 and CO cant IIla-. for sale by Grainger;
Ackorman-Stewart Drug Co. PLANK'S Chill Tonic for chills,
i.Court HOUIM. Palutka,Fli cash, balance at 7 per cent. fever, oolds and lagrlppe; guaran _w..r..v_ ardM, ___ __rmtdu'uY. _
-. Small farm of about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, "Sudorud day and night the ,torment teed.. Price 85 ate, bottle.. Sold byalljrugglsts.
...- Half Cash. of Itching piles. Nothing' 4-l7-18t
,teal Estate Bargeman known as "Fitzhugh Place. helped me until I used DOHII'B Olnt- Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher of Jacksonville, United States Senator
St. Johns River 5 miles from Palat' m..nt. It cured me permanently. 1 ism th's Ice Crel\';': Made of
|o.II1I-T..o. bulkllag lot. In the == The Lippincott place on John R.Oarrett, Mayor, Ulrard l. Ala. pure fresn Georgia Cream Elect from Florida.THE .

tit Bud,a bnrgal a.$7IIO., ; kn one mile of river frontage. ___ H--"__ _______ .__ ____ .__ - ___ _n .____ __ __ __ __ -__ _
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,o.4fl-A double atom on Lamtroot == Ot1161" properties both in the City and Coun tr for Bale on --,-- -

,60(nut front by lee foot. a S-rRUNZ. trl.a:1cl. OO'\l.Jl.
tore now rented so an tojfn r easy terms. Apply to HENRY : : : ty"SVote

good Interest on money In- y .-- -
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.no-.A lIood -room dwelllnc == ;?) -

ho Wont mad on' Dodge itrent. == 1. o Q 7- n !a= 00. tj M ro ro" ro" ro" ro" .... I::: td Q td td ..l ro ro" ro" x:: mo
eaalm all IloI aonvontana-- ::::: {( to Win .. o...;: ,0 :<;. "' ... .. .. .... "' .. .. "' .. "'1
A.11.GUO on eaay pnyinonti.Mir y Don't You Want i iThe .. ;; i' g "' ffgg : "' 6:1-:: E = 0IIO" -
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Property onrad for,Iniiiit =S'luuKht Cl8 0I".i'O" e: a yrww a
or Bokl. =3 in Window? .. 8' K= ,. : 110 110 .. 110, .. 110 101 so lit It 0 i7 S' :J n ?' It It III ;q'; '0 -
:::'J Genuine Ruby Ring Displayed our *I; : : : : ? :: ; ; : : g':1!!: : = : : ; : : g j
ants Collected. 5: / PRIi.CtNCT NO. .. ..... . n_. o' .: Pt !!. : '" == A .
>-. I Ask end for dotted cord in our store -- '

Finley Tucker. it /f, the dots and or sond HIP number you have conuted '.to VJ/ f 1 : : .. : : : : :: : 1: j

Ii, us No strings to this offer( ; you do not have to of )/ ... NO w .- er .r m m o ..... m w ..-. ur w N m m 23 Q' 14 Sl \ 6i 3 1
to make purolmne in order to have privilege d ;

uummuuuml! mHL it' counting Ask for dotted rinK. lei N 11 Jlroward. . IT S"nlLtor 20 111 :2 I I 0 3 1-1 3 l 16 6 4 Iii! 61 87 1Ii1 16 15 17 24 24 U 12 30 11 4 28 80 17 400. .. .Broward

--- ----- i. ) D U Fletchar. . .. 6'l 11 8 117 19 17 18 11 III 11 2G 4a 87 26 81 67 32 2): 111 111) 28 80' 18 oj 26 23 2 ma. .. ....Fletcher

t:: :XKaaswrjan: IiII'II.Iml'Z tun arlalka ''a SMITH The Jeweler 'VOllchrlst . .Jo..rnor U 111 4 27 12 10 0 111; Iii 10 811 48 4-1 811 62: 62 30 II 7 30 13 GO 11 S 311 liS 1 oip. .. ...Ollchriat

LumbarGo.Miinafneturnr J N 013tocktou." . .. 2:1: oj 4 12 8 )0 IS :2 I oj 120\ 40 ::17 20 15 20 111 00 all1! 111) Oli 11 1 20 82 18 475. . ...Stocktol11

; Palatka, Florida. 1.C Dunn . . .U. R Commlas lIS 18 4 15 9 7 7 7' 8 2 SO 80 80 10 11 110 111 2:1:: 10 11 168! 7 1Sn: 26 ,8 42U.. .. .....DunnW

: of J.\ KJack olJ... .. 28 8 4 8 4 10 4 15 II1\ 12 113 22 23 27 110 10 1-1 1-1 16 11 1-1 12 0 18 U 7 88O..Jacbon

Ine and Cypress i.ey All makes American Watches. Try a Hamilton \,/ H ARMoKen.le, House Repre. 27 15 2 17 4 :2 I II 10 9) 10 50 72 4JJ 20 20 80 I 22 18 18 2:1: 8 4:1: JII 7 84 18 18 602. . .McKenzl.

Oar Dppartment is \ / W :'fof1ddleton. It 1\1\ 10 8 18 12 81 0 7 10 4 15 2r. 80II! 110 83 27 27 20 02 8J: U II II 22 U 4 671. ... ..MlddlstonI 4
Mouldings, /,>t nd, be in Tw Sete, Silverware. In Chests, and \" { Ilutchlnllon..CI..rk. of Court fit 15 1 18 7 16 7 16 7 111 211 111) 12 8 :28 28 84 24 26 81 G8 18 5 21)) 47 T 601. . .. HutohlDAon a'Joe.

I"" complete See our new stock of Fancy Stone ," Price. .. ... 84 10 7 140 8 1-1 II 10 11 8 20 41 80 U 43 28 11 12 81 13 27 18 5 21 12 10 551)). . ...Price kM.7
I and /,1. Family! pieces JFEdmonson. .Co.1'rae.urer 88 10 618 619 9 20 10 6 37 ) 42 \7! 17 sa 41 81 21 M 818118 2811 9t: 8 821S..Edl11on.ol1
it' Rings K..nnerly . ,W 114 l 16 I 9'J 10 10 0 7 Ii 0 18[ 39: 2O/\ 40 10 I I 0 III 21 H 1\7 10 8 2ii 3\1 '14 rita. . ..Ksnnerlyno

ugh and Dressed Ring Contest Closes July ist. w HOWfllI" . . . Hh..rlnu4\t\ 8 1 20 II 1-1 0 I" 1\ n 22 I 8-1 83 2f1 28 1\\ 12f24 20 13 19 16 5 IIlI sa 4 -II/I/)" . Uowelln fl'

Pine Lumber. ii' L Kennedy . .. 311 17 II IG Ii 18 18 24 16 It U4 : :\IJ 10 24 43 411 ::111 17 ,,28 112 7l 1/\/ G 117 29 117111 ..jiennsrlyGFBullard

. Bullard..A.eesaor 80( II 4 12 1U lal 'J 17 16 ( .1\J.\ !\as: 11I1:111;, : nil 27':11),28' : 17I\ ) 8J.1: 41 11& 762 .. Dullard

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THE PALATKA NEWS Tibe. con httohi were frequently% Christian Kfldejwvof !''fews.In i -

""Manipulated bat what -do 04 What I
you the borne of the state secretary Thy are Palatka People,

.:, Entered at tae falatka poatoffloe think of the primary and lu opportunities la Interlacbeo there are aa guest A Postman's Story. I IOrl They Say to of Local 1nf.eren. I I W. A.

M mallable matter of the second for graft to say nothing of for June Mr*. W. F. Blackburn and When an Incident like the following I Merryday Go

01.... the inducements It bold. out for the llttlv BOD. Irvin, of Jacksonville.. right here at home It Is bound I
demagogue Her. Blackburn who spent a few STe.rry weight with our reMPI'II. too
day here with his family i III Congregational I occurrences go the roundsthe Dealers In
Pibllahed! at Pal&tka. Fla., on -------- [ naLJ man* strange
C. E. evangelist forFlorida fa.'Is.
There was once a theory In our and actively "making bay "There was a girl on my route." said of preae: are Published as sub-
Fridays by democratic form of when the shines." the postman "to whom I delivered people "become skeptics! On one
government that sun
letters from tbe time she was lust old skepticism Is rapidly disappearing I Crate ;]::
RUSSELLVICKERS.. "the office should seek the man and \Ve asked how the Junior meetings '"is Is due to the actual experience of

not the man the office" but that about Birds were observed ou 61..yHit. enough to read them. It may seem our cltUens. and their public utterances teria

Wm. a. IUSSELL. UI,., was before the days of the modern From lavares, in Lake and. strange to you but whenever I bad A regarding them. The doubter must I '
Suinter district come the fullowlutj letter for her It was the pleasure of 'doubt oo more In the face of such evidence of all
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primary. _______________ Bright account. Their meeting was the day for me. There's no happiness i as this Tbe public statement of .
A TICK ERADICATION. ----- --- lea by Miss Marlou Buncan junior equal to giving happiness to another, a reputable citizen living right at homo,
It Is understood that HOD. Samuel superintendent of her district. "All received a see every day leaves \ Fruit
The Bureau of Animal Industry of and whenever my little girl : one whom yon can and
J. Hllborn of Palatka, will be a candidate the children responded readily with letter the Joy that lit up her childish DO ground for the skeptic to stand on. I
the United States Department of Agriculture for Speaker of the House at replies leathered from their own ob- face was reflected In mine. J. E. Marshall lawyer, living at M)5KlrbyBt. )

Is resuming active operation servatluu Home recited and one .. Palttlka. Flit. says: I procured -
tbe next session of the legislature. "".ben she was about seventeen
for the eradication ot the cattle told a story. We had a lot of pictures Doan's Kidney Pills at J. IIaughtoti's Vegetable"Wraps.
Mr. Hllburn has hundreds of friends brought by tbe Juniors and there came a new Interest for her to B drug store end used them
ticks which the southern
pre..al1ln throughout the state who would, be the children sang some pretty songs her letter One morning wben I was lor backaches with the most beneftcUUreeults m

1 part of tb. country and transmit the glad to see him achieve this or any from -Junior Carols.' To add to sorting tbe mall for my route I saw e I highly recommend their use

contagion of Texas fever of cattle. other honor that he may aspire to.- the interest of the service their new letter the superscription of which Indicated 10 any person In need of a reliable kid.

Its men are being aent Into the field pastor Kev. titock waaon hand wltb that It was not from a girl ley remedy" .

i and preparations are being made topush Bradford County Telegraph. good ha.e stories beeu about birds which must friend. It was written In a clerical For sale by all dealers. Price 10 centS
-------- true aa bis boyhood year
the work of extermination vigorously Tbe Salvation Army Is still doing were spent on a farm and toe dearly band, evidently by a :young man whose Foster-MUburn! Co., Buffalo New York,
loves chirography had not become set My sole agents for the United States j
Uod's 'dnuib
during the warm weather creatures Palatka Florida.I
business at tbe old stand. Solneyears ; Doan end
l little girl was waiting for me at the Remember the name- .
when the ticks are moatacU..e.81Dce In Interlaoben tbe R'
ago S. T. Milstead a convict boys have gate and I knew that her eyes were take DO other.

tbli work was begun, two serving a ten years sentence In the band of mercy committee and from upon me while I was yet far down the I
It tbe
society vice led the
! year. ago. au area of about 66,000 Florida convict president {
for assault
, camps Bird meeting. One of the beet features street. Before reached her they were '

square mllei or almost the size of wltb Intent to murder escaped after of the program were the personal big with expectancy. While I bad still Youthful Logic. -------- -

the state of Georgia, has been freed serving 20 mouth Milstead went to mentions many birds each two stops to make before coming to Mrs. Ia young and inexperienced .

, from the ticks. As a result the quarantine Texas. A short time ago he was Junior having been assigned one her I held up her letter but I was too Sunday school teacher, wa3 e t times Shapes Won't Break I I. rop. a.UT.Y.'T'

d on southern cattle ha ben converted by the preaching of the "to study up .about" for lbs meetluff. far for her to see the superscription sorely perplexed bow to answer the 1ldont "" ..d"

either modified or entirely removed Salvation Army and confessed. Last The .Lakeland Mews tells us and she was only partly reassured. questions put to her by some of her The G.

!t from this area. Lad year work was week this converted convict return. that Miss Vera Qualutance, daughter When she saw the youthful writing unusually bright pupils.. One day Just Loper Bailq}
of the president of Polk and J>e- ornamented with pen flourishes a gladness she bad finished telling the children
i : T done to a greater or lens extent I 10 ed to Tallahassee of his own volition Soto district. will be away from spread Itself over her features after the story that Adam was the Bret Fire Insurance

the states of Virginia North Carolina and gave himself up. It Is thought akelaiid several month while tak- that made my heart correspondingly. God created quiet reigned In the :

South Carolina Georgia Alabama that GOT. Broward will grant the tug a course In art study iu Jacksonj man minutes. Sud
ville. While In the she Jals! room for several Lending American and
Tennessee, Kentucky Mis man a pardon ... a sort .of reward for I will be tbe guest of her metropolis sisters, Mrs. "Every day for weeks I gave her a deuly up jumped little Rode and in s FOr

souri. Arkauias Oklahoma Louisiana his goodness."Georgia 'Bayiiea and Mrs. W. J. Goiner. 'ibecorrespondence l letter addressed In the same hand. piping voice said "Ob teacher you forgot Companies

Texan, and California. and it I Is --- -- -- department Is trying Then I noticed by the postmark that to tell us whether Cod created

; proposed this year to continue In tbe has repudiated or will t o Introduce Miss Vera to our hunt utJackaon..ille the writer was going from place to Adam right away a man or a baby!" .Accident Insurance.

same states with tbe addition of a repudiate prohibition" says the hired workers., place and the letters were-Iess fre Embarrassed Mrs. L. looked up to thecllittg

small portion of Mllelulppl. Most political (nrator. "Yonr proof?" Christian Endeavor should makes quent.. Thin made tbe girl more nag.c: and then to the children for an The Travelers of HanfJ
ious to got thorn and. as soon as I ,
, of the work has been and will continue itnotber H.ks. "Last week In the IIt"t butter citizen Let us have sung I IDBpira lion. Happily she quickly spied
o r recited next timidity in our meetugs turned a certain"corner far down the Betty's. little band raised above the '
to be done In sections contiguous primary the people after a atr nuus irn the state .sung. .and uiuku it ararltuuuhllig street and saw her watching at the others eager to answer the question. GUARANTEED NQTtO BREAIJhe Lie Insurance:

to the quarantine line, ,the object i o campaign turned down Hoke plea. for "every-day gate when I had no letter for her I "Teacher I am surprised my sister

being to push the line further south Smith and elected Little Joe Brown." religion." 'row tune Is of "Speed::: would raise an empty:; hand, but when Kosle should ask such a foolish ques It patent leather In thU pair of I The Old Reliable "GeiLife"

from, year to year; but encourage Admitted. But both Smith and Away. I had one I would wave It aloft L ion. Why God must nave created BURT & PACKARD "

ment Is given to local work in any Brown gave written pledges to veto "FLOKIDA POR CuRls?" The-letters were coming again/ dally Adam right sway a big man becauseIf Korrect Shape Shoes of New York

part of quarantine district in the any amendment to tbe state prohibition Florida for Christ! Let theshout be when suddenly they stopped. Everyday i God bad created him a baby be

assurance that when any considerable statute unless offered by Its upborneBy that I passed my little girl without would have bad to have a mother to "I through before will the ln Marine Insurance
thin wind of the eve by the one for her she grew more anxious take of him." 11. .Ibl.h. ;
area Is rendered tick free it will f ilends. That eliminated that Issue. i you a n..pair_ /
breezes of moru. and wben a week had gone by
be released from quarantine. Both also pledged to support the suf- jet tbe Round of our voices ring out I,, and I was obliged to pas the worried I The Leadimg CompauiJ'

The wprk Is belngdone by cooperation f rage amendment to be voted on In full and free pale face at the gate) without bringing Curious Book Titlu.

I between the Federal Government October. Another burning Issue was Veath the pine and palmetto from comfort I felt as a doctor must feel Curious book titles are always being Fearnside Clothing Co. I Claims
the rediscovered mostly from that prolific
Uulf Prompt
to the
and tbe state and local author struck out. What was left In the sea. who can give a favorite patient no Al
Our watchword our period tbe commonwealth when sane
ities. Congress has appropriated way of Issues? It became simply Our purpose sincere,-prayer relief. tlmony was supreme. Palatka Fla.HiTE. Settled.ntO. .

'2&O.OOO for the year beginning July and largely a personal contest of two Florida! Florida! Florida for Christ. One day I had a letter for her addressed Thus: "John Dances Better Than

c- 1, and It is expected that the states meD. with much the same platform. Florida for Christ! Oh, hasten. the _mightily pleased In the and usual. watched band. her I face was I Peter; Peter Dances Better Than John; SCream 211 Front 8t Piuru,(

: and counties where the work Is carried Thousands of prohibitionists voted day Both Dance Well" (a vicious attack on
eagerly when I delivered It She toreIt
on will duplicate this sum. for Brown but these same men helped When Jesus o'er Nation and State I open and ran It over eagerly. I had the Jesuits. In fire volumes). "A Sigh Vermifuge! 111111 1&1CLLI&u't
shall hold sway! For tbe Sinners of Zion Coming Froma
The committee on appropriations of In overwhelming numbers to When no right to delay but I did, wishing to ,,
we battle for :
right with each
hole. In the Wall by an Earthen Vessel
the House of Representatives expressed elect a legislature favorable to pro- Ood given power know If the news was good or bad. I Let us know your

Itself very strongly to the hibition. It I. wide of the mark to When the spirit of love shall pervade law her turn red. and crumpling the Known Among Men as Samuel 7 Ii_ GuAIUHTEEH, t
this to
Fisher" (was how taverns came
eilact. that the states should bear a suppose or claim that the election of every hour l letter spasmodically, she ran into the
of the "hole In the
take the sign
Then our State! shall be free h ouse. WORM- .Grocery
reasonable share of the cost and that for
any man governor can bring the And wall?")-London Scraps.UaHqult.d .
our offering will be That the
of her
was last
the Federal work should be mainly reign of the liquor saloons in Georgia. Fiorldalo'ioridal! Florida for Christ. waiting at !
the gate for letters. Whenever I passedtbe
confined to states where cooperation Governor Brown is a Christian t
Two weeks ago the Pomona socle- h6use and did not see her I would Qenius.
I. received. rentleman a life-long temperance. t y had an unusually !loud meeting, think what pleasure It would give meo : Tbe world baa never learned the c. P1EEDYTHE u u Wants

I : The damage caused by the tIcks advocate, and will make good In ,or the topic "Being uChrlHilan. at t: burn her correspondent over a slow, name of the genius who conceived the a

and the benefit to follow from their t:he high; place. Just as his. lllustrlouH h" Unllot-box.. It was led by Mr. fi re. I was sure he bad jilted her. Idea of spreading butter upon Isle I CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. 2 and will be li

eradication are not generally apprec 'ether' "Old Joe," did before him. Vllddleton their local legislativeandldate Several years passed during which I bread, a combination of food elements cleAns Or ,IMITATIONS., pleas

lated. It Is estimated that the Tex- The country Is safe-even while the c'he church In tbe was last decorated campaign delivered my little girl no love letters.Of more palatable more wholesome and: THE OINUIMI' PnlKntO CHIV BT Li a furnishwo you with b

I as-fe'er tick is responsible for about suckers can leave their ofHce or bus- American lings of all size, (to with also this I was sure for of all she received more universally popular than any BalIardSncw Liniment Co u goods obtainable at enrpj
that tbe combined wisdom of all th
110,000.000 of loss annually to the m ness and bleed tbe pior liquor dealers c ominemorate Memorial day.) with few were In masculine band, OT. X.OUIO, MO. ingly low prices.
a blending of and such came only at Intervals. Then professors who have ever lived bas I Sold and recommended
palmetto and pine by
people of the Infected country and and candidates.-DeHoto! County been able to 11 None but First.claasgs8q |
; and the flower..-used were red gerivnlums one day while sorting my mall for delivery devlae.-Eplcure. Ackerman & Stewart.

that it also lower. the assets of tbe News. with white and blue hydrnn- l I came across one on which the p __________________________________________ find shelf room hare I,
Mouth by an additional 123,2oOOOO. __ u g ore and petunias "Battl1-Hymn handwriting seemed familiar. Then I: Ths girl U the mother of tIle woman hint a Ilil
To wipe out this heavy loss Is the TO THE DEFEATED. uf the Republic" and "America" recognized It as that of the youthful I '"tba boy II tb* father of the man." Mb: MASTER'S SALE. want to convince you of

object of the work now under way. How brief Is human fame w ere ..uug.Itar/ Spangled Banner"with correspondent, only now It had becomea u Iu period. to when be carefully She. womanly wutcbed; function and conflldon* "bpirlnon I I.. UNII. AND, BY VIKTL'H Of A BO come and see for young|
a thing variations was played for H I cltuiruo or forodoHurv made and
: and the result already accomplished How bright and evanescent; voluntary and some patriotic poems man's fixed hand. I handed It In at; bo Irregularity promptly: or met deragemont and cured, by at tbe thli: un time,of mel l>f.r reilduivd liv ill,. Juduo of the tutu JudleliilCircuit or, phone your order u J

I leave no doubt that success is possible Tie like the nightly changes. made a pleasing variation from theusual t tbe house. to a maid with other mall Sdidn't Pierces FaTorlta Pre crlptlon. Hut lieKlectet of lliu,, Jtl'" or, .'I..rldl In mill for
On" the No. and it will
this ,. PI.nl )
critical period may entail of filur .- E rwrnj
though a number of years will In the moon's unstable crescent. ; order of programs. I see tbo recipient when she I suffering. "Favorite Prenorlpllon"r.ar ecu'. I iluy of Mu>, A. !>,, 111..IUnl..1 8
TIs something nothing opened It. At the next lib directly the rnuiitf thonli | the End] prompt and careful ails|
; Just a delivery my upon womanly orgAni Klvlnir' thou p"'U'1 wl"r.11
bo required for the completion of the breath For June 7th the senior Christian tie girl appeared at the door and handed perfect vigor and abundant vitality.. It 'o !. :l :: : f : o''lr ;:: : t
Much Endeavor subject was Songs of the moses the obstruction. of health and bapp_ ti I U Ooinpluliinnl nilU *ItJu"
undertaking. depends upon And though It brings us sorrow Heart.Vllat Is me the letter I bad delivered unopened nan, and delIver.I wompnlood from tbe cru:, .MlitH HTroi.l liiillHuy:: ( ,' tiou.Free
the cattle owners who can either The hero of the present true penitence? bondage of'female wealcneu." lK>niilun, In Offciulant., I Bliull I : t delivery.
Is the "has been" of tomorrow. This must have b .en a most inter- and readdressed, evidently to Well nconnlMd authorities. of all achonU 01 or lUnUuult House d..r In "''Vly.1 I'ultttkib .
l hasten or retard progress according psting topic for our too few societies the sender. medicine bay nothing hut Oral.for hue' In. I In milil Uuuutyof Putiium.Oi u

I as they cooperate or refuse to .assiet We recite a tale with swelling; pride which carry on evangelistic work III "Do' you know I just couldn't send I gradient of Dr. 1'1..0". ... I'nucrlplln' : !/XTf HAY OF JULY, A. 1>. MM,
to R V. Pierce Buffalo L.
, e in the work.Literature. We see opponents shattered; prisons. We know of only one place, that letter back? I should have been free booklet Riving lnnr We make a speech the wind where this. 1 Is donn '' cat .utltorilioo about them I I logni| "Iu' duy), within tli
' giving full Informationas upon every !Sunday: and 'fired, I know but I would have rather .say Not a patnn 1. I *|Mulll.n null., to thu bIdder for
medicine .
Our burning word are ...catt..redVe that is In Da Fuiilak but a "Favorite PrHii'nintlon" 0't .. hllh..t :
, ; !Spring. In liiiili>
l lost my position than let that little I Dr. 1'1.wbo makaa the ... I' : \
to the ticks, the disease. which \ see the gleam that vanishes Kentucky and the Atlanta elf girl dl m of worn.:'t Kit! tha mllroiKl of-MrJ ; Grocer,
) blopeclally. It has forty year>of oure. bac :I&.10.
blight her life. If she bad been .
Htruot ,
they transmit and the methods.. for And own the truth with sorrow ; union the prisons have strong organizations doing ails. ."llh. Imlw"v !
their eradication has been Issued by The hero of the presentIs of Christian Endeavor i It for any reason except 'mad' sin (:aunty util l Klorldu::: I : together feICht.| In with Putniini U; Kirby and Morris Stroll,

the "has been" of tomorrow. if this is not possible this state would either not have replied at all or A Chin.. Bunko Gam. br.ueh"I. rlufil,* of ..y. tonoiIiit5, LI
I the Department of Agriculture and No hues of out-door convict lire, It Is a beau: by letter. 'Mad' It was, I was sure "I want to show you," -remarked (frmlpii, linllilliitfii.: RroumlH, stiiltlvii. t'le. Palatka j
golden the sad today raIl, rullliislni.'K.| norM.'.. iiiulos, ,.,
: will be supplied free of charge on application 'From yesterday can borrow tiful mission work which should be S nnd I believed that if the fellow got George Wilson of Los. Angeles, "bow Xttr's.4>quli>tii,, ,.anti swltuh n now r:7 Florida
to the Chief of the Bureau Yes the hero of the presentIs done for at lease the tranclent soourners his letter back In that way the matter keen tbe Chinese are at a bunko gains p. oil i liv I'tolL I'liluikci: Ilvlghtii Htrwt : 'I
wny of thnt Block of
of Animal Industry Washington, the "has been" of tomorrow.A j would be In jail. Another good thing I would be ended forever. At the post- When I was In Tientsin they. pulled d..I.mIJ".vl..d.1 I(2), of Hurt'. Aihll-Inrnl tiiiiiiccrcrrrrcccc

IXC.KJItor. to-the. convict the sending of good reading office I shoved the letter into a box off a good one. Poor fellow entered i al'awlIslloll. FlorId lol.tk. llHlulitn, Putoll County, -- -

I Genius at Exous*. .sible. A personal camps message whenever from pos one marked 'Mlssent,' put a bit of paper ii Ian Moment Inter nmu cnn U o ncHl by mi,it.i::| "Pulntliit IM.IIIK it ft HulHlitH laiiil Htrnet now

Hetherington n ftbe Lake- "'Vb lie I was stage managing/ a piece of them told UH once There Is noth envelope on which I wrote 'Never III with package, anti Inquired for his rluhtii Ito I'llWy': ami('ompnny rniuc;1 lilnt-ii tuKothrr, of the I wIll mild nil I4trt.t'l I tint European Restart]

land News said of the recent campaign some time ago" said a theatrical magnate ing to read and the Sundays are so give up tbe ship' and sent It Instead, by nnnie 1111"I letter. Flint Rlatl illwiiy Uoiiiimny: :: nil I niul ,,
long." UBACB A. TOWNSEND. disguising my hand and not signing Imbued letter iiime or so mwli thumof IIH limy IUIIIII..t -
t "Prohibition I I. not an Issue "one of my show girls showed I to uiiwuhniker to r""I., l to n'ullnB the nnioiint,, duunwU Furnished Hooonn
III this campaign.. It has been Injected an Independence of spirit which WIIH II I Interlaohen, Florida., June 0, 1008. wbat I had written. ibid: 'A iii .tHinilliiK.}.on. i"'11 tnpl I ;ai' <,I duuCompluliiHnt nnd nil coiits. to b Bath
"In about a week another letter HIOHAK1) Hot and Cold
She late came gold us iiroienl. Aui s ttliit isi1 l'leli. K. ADAMI.
Into It by certain politicianswho superb. was always for re ; } I .
Hi .
for the girl from the lover. I handed I tin lou: m t .
How's iutt: to
hope thereby to advance their' hearsal. Her excuses. were great. All This not seeing the recipient After .. .t inu \'I'-ln'"II"'I' p"I.lka Flu, June ftit, luau At

1 Interests; but It Is not nearly so pertinent I her friend and relations had a series I Wa....oftarOne uf 1tundrdDllarsltewcr1. for .an, I delivered several letters at Intervals thai wntcli Then! Joj I'fully doifi cvoluhiiH.I 111..1| .to. |1111II, ,. ,m;\I' -His- Only-I -Chanc :
of maladies which were remarkable in I e. Catarrh that oonnnt b.aural by Hull 5 ; I Hi I r Cjiarles ]
all Beard's Fifteenth Amendment their number and diversity. She nursed Tatarrh Cure of five or six days, and I knew the correspondence ,- ui.inHut I ID I tnelH U Rii-iit amount" for "Why did you slink your Hut at tbe Kupperto

j the age of Ann or the personality them all until they naturally IrfIV"up W0theund.r r.&cHENEyaco.Tot.do.o.lfrtiel." hsVTaknuwaF.J.Ch, D_7 was on again. In a few oue like III... No; one would lelleewa I II penker?'
of the man. who struck Billy the 1\'a& For Sits lAst. Idyeurfl. .cut.! Imlleve him perfuoily: weeks more when I whistled at the mine: will you buy It from int'l' Well.." replied" the congressman, "I Palatka Fla.
ghost; About an hour I Ienough honorable. In ail.. bud..,....*raa'iUtioiii .and dnun house of little didn't!
Patterson." to bury most of them. Then u dally' "3r a to carry ou say obltuutiuna mat my girl she opened the The |>:\\ubroker took It limit un,I. want tbe whole session to dip
bf lila door herself and snatched her letter nelgbi'il It. It nelnhed i by without my having made To
she caught on to mechanical devices BrmWALDIMO 12 ineln lie a motion ISuHineaa Profc
ft MABVIH, with 11"11.
I I some of her old of
Uov. WilUon, the new republican Street cars were Invariably late-juuts Wholvaultt Urugutnta. Tolmlo, O. "It eagerness. banded over 10 antI mild lI..tlllllll.111'11. some kInd.-Fhlladelphla Ledger. M"n.
of Kentucky has. fulfilledthe I late as she In fact. Then In Bull's; C'atnrrh Cure In taken: internally :.ul':S was about three mouths after the men were gone b,- HUeil Into tb lb'1
governor was. directly upon the blood and muoouM aurfaoea r..h. ol f this that I "was I have opened an office wlti
tipped to bar :
ii ........... TeBtimunlalH carry a big ami found It filled with lend Calmnesa tinder
prophecy of the democrats. of turn came certain Inconveniences In sent frea. I'rlDaTOo bundle of In contradiction la de on Front street and s''>
bottle. Sold by nil wedding cards to the For
per d.,1g51.ls'fake moment
: n third mini monstrative
unconditional hotel The elevator was continually P Hair. mulled III. 1>ld of great stupidity:; all kinds of stenographic
that state by granting I gamily FUla for roa.tlpatloa. office. They were given ma by the girl you have' or t r

pardons. to Cable :$:: Powers and I sticking until finally came the denouement. herself."! braced up and made bold to lows Tney any cheated dealings with tboxe, r..l. strong---IntellectZimmerman.Women --- writing work either by pleJ
It was In Philadelphia. The me. For 3 Inel I ---- tract. :
James Howard who were serving Bay to : I'll lead
Too to
I Smart. you them to get '
Am i
siren did not until two "
appear nearly
: life sentences for complicity In the hours after the proper time. I looked ne was the only man at the table! 'I've delivered letters to you for: he did. 'I'be two came buck protestlni as Well a Men Are Made May Manton Pattern 10

I..uulnatlon. of Governor Ooebel I full of lovely girls end like all only!: years and you know bow much Interested their entire InDoceuceProd
at her and waited. lice th
I excuse came be So I've been In you. Won't you tell I bar and If It Miserable by Kidney and By mall $120. H.N.BUUSpedal
; right years ago. These pardons were I glibly. men was spoiled. when tbe me what be not all right I aba! .,
belle or tbe table remarked came between you and return '
predicted when Oov Wlllson wns 'Oh,' abe panted. 'I'm so sorry but that sbewas lover your your money. The patvnhroke Bladder! Trouble. Sale.
very fond of pepper and then sifted returned with tbe sawed bar. Muster'
elected. they are repairing tbo stairs at the MVelg I
half the contents of the 'You've been very lovely to me It.' directed Kidney trouble
pepper box: ever: the preys the
-- hotel and I could not get down null: since I was poor man. -Ah but mind I', UDEue AND IN A'OIDAC ,
over her food he sprang au old gag on a child, so I'm going to tell this Is a twelve teal bar. Mine I dl8ourge.andleaell..ambiton. ; dooraa of lo.cl ]
tins the ability brought ladder!I' was 19, ,
Florida apparently they a It
you. was all bla fault In and cheerful. I renilorva by the Hon. Jniii
one of '
: you paid WI.
In "I recognized genius In that her."It bin me but 10. Stung for lZ;I I ol the ;Ill JudIcIal Olroull I ]
u to occupy a prominent position rlrl.- won't burt yon. This pepper I Is. loiters he spoke of my beautiful 1 tools:"_San Francisco Chronicle. flees soon disappear I oSS'torlIInacert4tlii ant5 C111mil.I !f, r\\

the country's markets all of the time. Chicago Itecord-IIerald. half peas." gray eyes My eyes are blue. That __ I when the kidneys are I Olroult hourS In ana

With her attractive otfHrlngs of pineapples "What Is that you say?" asked tbe started It an*It went on till be wrots Robert Burns-; ;:;; ,-writing- only-; out eased of order or dis I 1 1I Uuunty whore a, Mr.Htat. Anna oC IteWltl"""''"' ,, 1:0.'

oranges, grapefruit celery, Fish a* Th.y Bit. landlady from the next table. "Spent] horrid things to me.' days before his fourteen: I "iiI host rrleutl, W illS,,"' <*: .
"If will take the time to Invent! "When they death Implored his Kidney trouble haa I oiiiplitliiunl, mid Hurry A. "' ,
V melons. not to you a little louder please. were about to be mar frIend I U" ,
CUnningham '
tomatoes become till
potatoes I'I to so I Henry A. BassO) anU
use his prevalent
ried I
Bate said an old time angler who haiobserved lIe reiterated his remark. delivered letters to the nl1-- &
the counties of smaller young the \ \ that it ia I Heal anil the Jobiiaon up'T...
mention array I not
as he flghed, "you will nn.1thnt "That Isn't true" retorted the landlady L. man at bf'" house. I gave him the one rUcerdwltb I commissioners of excise p mon for uncom I cor".Uon, rw.iWa .s1lutloii

.. fruit and vegetables, Florida Is the full stomached trout In your hotly "I do not line adulterated she bad sent back and I bad stopped iMT/e 7rA" "salary raised from born afflicted a child t b I I for on.h.m. LbS '""''S.Jrr f

cirtalnlyone of the country's mainstays catch will outnumber tbe empty stomached I. goods. on my table." He looked at It, then at me with as not of disease I >erwlse. If I die I 0 : weak kjdngys If tha I Court Kouna. Fulnlkii.; 'JJJ1j*|

as a source of supply for good ones ten to one. This. wnulr "My: dear madam," said the bland tonishment! cer." must perish with bun .' it the urine sealds 4 I Main Oouiity btPiugttie,on th e FIrst .

I things to eat.-New, _York Packer. seem to Indicate that It Is the trout joker "there are always a lot of p's In 'If I had got that letter. he said, I I 1 mo HMU when, or .o.Cen. child reaches an SIXTH DAY .JUfcT. A"ii.I

whlcb has already dined well that i Is pepper." 'Rho woulll never have got another one age it should be able to contrl he during the legal bou.of sal,* '"j *

Polk county's commliwloners have eager for more while the one wblcl' There wits an impressive pause. Then from me' HUMAN HANDS i i passage, it II yet afflicted bed-wet- Hi* 'ollowlOf 1018..Ir.u.V pr"((5 I
] it
has dined at all It with Indifference. the said "Taking a ten upon the cause of tIle dim- bl"l .u. | .u.'e
let contract tor..anew court house not regards landlady In a crushing voice: dollar bill from his cnlty i la kidney '.Jj .Ior.d.1
a In other words. It is the "Ob. yen, Just as you always fnrnlnhpnrt $ pocket; be banded It to me But I DO NOT TOUCH IT.J8H0 step should be trouble and the first "All o/the .. IJ
be built In 8116 dips ant the ofrlorldu.
fOt Bartow tu went towada treatment of SLed in Uounty
t' satiated trout that bites and the bun of tile dpusert. on without It. these & a IU.J.
i to cost $88,8UO. The structure wll gry one that doesn't-paradoxical: prop! "I don't undersell." 'rbere are sonic things a postman J'rono faptery the 1m.tho raw m..rI.1. ",o.h! one fh.UtMia importantorgans.due to a diseased This condition unpleasant I) t I liolnil Tea Slut usei.ub .

bll a handsome three story and o ltloo. And this odd circumstance I in "The e>hi>.tnut ."-London Standard. cao't be paid for" 'h.1' a'. ban . :: .aupusou.i, else.. zo not to a Jolin Iw01i
raa,,ment affair, with a ningnifloent not confined to brook trout. PIckerel MARTA. BOWKB. I habit a most people suppose ill Block n"'nb2 S *

and sightly dome; Is to be of brink not only swollen with food. but having' Bids For Cordwood. I|' V,omen a*well .tel are made miserable on map of, Paslatka flaiglil' H
I Hook -K' aEonvoya't30ol
with pressed brick and stone trim the tails of flub they have since caugb Palatka Fl.... May 8th 11)08.\) DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM. CBEHJfl Powder and both with kidney and bladder trouble, ol number Three II *""I .J.

county has not yet protruding from their mouths because Bids. will ha reoe-lveil until June ThIs ....01""., I I., to bma I "eH the cause mat remedy. north by lb. Mmth Hun lM\"St ,*
Putnam hhhly IOfltsmlflso-j The
mild! 'riree
ming there la as yet no room for the newly; 8Mi rot 1:1: m., for furnUhlnir at the rrv.po"'l.nl.1 recommen,4 b. one p.. .n4 .bnlm.. It I. 'rlOII1' I and the Immeate effect of of earn. Block and. .. by M.dSlJ'! ,
n': ; try U Our .1
: taken action along", this line the City Pumping Station I : for tlaOOft 'u- ......a.you,klt..hi. behw Ie .. Swamp-Root is* It i is sold herooil f on tb ". "kiinWriut
taken victim In the capacious pickerel twpnty cord realzed. h" .
commissioners evidently agreeing! will voraciously seize the of wood per month more or less. for nvt'tm.'lTuwlM T.b of"nn",. rub ninnoth with ICI CRUM la by druggists, in -$" "tilrdl' *he.a,
maw, bay
yet to
o"lt"r .td.i otu Make cent aud .
'allo" by *b
Bid -
and taking .seriously statement tempting live bait of the fisherman one year. received for bet Iigreen sweet Ilia arcn" heeton to ii.511." rrotu, than ." } quert milk. sue ,aeu lh :
Itr pine and Hithtwnod. 0tO pnok"S" 01 '..", nn.J alr.ddi.mivat: hotte.You HUldr '
peok.q.Jgt.t.o iln'
made some time since by some any angler who has Isbed much The City reserve the right to Iin nd 1lonuup.. IHIIInll .."....,. Pour Inlo' u..1. Alia. eel; ,..... tea: CRItA( Powder. <. have sample (.hiS, H le *eat ana iw"?;w?.
wh"n Wllbu.t1U01o fftyc
ru 5-
I "guy" who wanted, to call attention pickerel! has doubtless had freqnen ject any and nil bid. I, 10.. H..a eO"1 Will tarnish, with .1II1I.d ci,.,. III..pl..I"1I11" : by mail free untlr.

county shortcoming without proof,"-New, York Bun. Addre bide to J, E, CRAIG "00" pu..lnlt .""0"whlppuI. .JltLt-Q, : Oman is ,. or ai TIll. met. .. two qaarte .f amend, .. I. pamphlet telling h' : unh .Ie! .1'n'i' Da
: to our offense, and who, said that Engineer. City Groo..r.alillo .".. pack"..... uiui.i by vet7 U5eWaao.t0f....,..... I.lIolou.I.bo" 1 da........ I I.. 10 l. I I i' including many ," stiltIoletis and d..lly dead.a .r. "

.. giving court court house, bulls In 18BB. A healthy man is a king In hili I See Os ,.In..r f"r ICrlle-r.ee.. Ile'tin I FI4W.,. _CY4"I."01 a. 51"4 plate,_ I monlal letters reeive front aufierar. :. se.ipse&si'Vi.;1.0
unhealthy man Is an FOR RF.NT-T..o.evun In th.. In
_ _. tbe best vetllateU own right: an. room col Iisgec I- .It.v. l.r..I.. .sva '" cur. Kilmer & Co.. R. rn. ..
of hewn timber "was ..... Burdock Blood Bitters dppirnblv loontpd Einghamton N.Y. I HAIJIL/ Coniptala.lCPalctkst '
unhappy prncrlcftlly : p5.kogset, and mention "
trttotur*} of, It* kind In the nllds up sound" health-keep new, all modern, Improvements. Fopcrticuiarisppiy BES'r MO"b pnopl.. "ay th..t we ha.e th. d_10051k..0 k l: =' by malt rlr: this papey, Don't b aar any mistake. Florida,Julie Sib.chamberlain's .,-
you well. I I.i this office. tf In th" II rn.eb the name. --- -
.tatt, take their word for t.-A.. OrloKer.1tlll' TI S Dr. SwampRot.

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hereby given that
: I be y'to! do *." lends or muoU thereof
pay amount due fdr lh010rl will DESCRIPTION. ..
taxes .
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JEAnw Of tad ol.poalto to tlto same tOl/otlter It .
L Y.rwDESCRIPTION. ftIIVertlNIIII/.1Il l b. sold at pUbllo auotlon the IIIXTH oSd DESCRIPTION '
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[Original.] \ at Pulutkn. In the Oounty of Putneam : __ aII OWNER.W .. own :!

There I In probably no civilized city ;I ; II! 4

pa the world where In the,, past there ) .. F "'i h i l J J Ii
I baa been so much plot and couuterjfplot ,..

as In Paris _

Recently a workman engaged In razing .. Part of lot. bk J paga 411 ...... B 10.7 1934 lQat Mre C Sh.lly .... .86 toto 1,5,, and 853 0 blk 853, Palatka. 0 W.Bromwell .. I IIIAflt

a house In the Faubourg Bt. Ger .. DWNIDR g Part ot .eV4 bk so page. 16 ........ 18 10 27 28 C m y..lvlnll'lon ...... 8 30V of 11, hilt k8 .s Palatka.o! G S .&, .Ii'.ii Mantle Lewis .. 66 .

main ou removing a d aI Part 01 nwV4 of se's. part of sey4n and w o! Front et, Yalutka. GaBouLFLRy Co 11 11 ,
Biiuare atone exposed 4
II! :; ot nwy4, bk 0 page 637, 0. nw4of
Lou 6 and d, kilt 8, Huaeon'q addle '4..
the crown of a human bead. As ;I aF :: .&4 and 100. tn ne'4 or .w3 4.. 15 10Y1! 49 E G Bane ....... ..... I 35JIJ'AI tire o M Ii' Lyon. . 91
stone after stone wn displaced a skeleton 1 u of wSi of 10'6' .... ............. 10 10 2'1 10 Williams &: Spencer. llii W4 o f tfotlt.la I.l: Dart's addo- .: '
"'i "'i Lot 8 (or 'Ii or .e'4)) ...... ...."... t9 10 21 80 Mrs L S lIoarbol'-: lion to Palatka heigh", Oeo 1\1 Carl.y. 4 01
( dressed In tile fashion of the rough .... ............ PI Lola 5. O. and 7, blk 18. Harts

!time of Louis XII., was uucovored. Tho"pIlCO Hoye of .Ii .......................... 18 U Part at lot 8. 0 or river bk I gage n I.o.t""alllgrk t Y lalka Ilelghie. 9 O TI EwLR I 66i
In which It stood was Just JjJIio or ne'4 of ..'4 .................. B2 5 2i 20 o MI'll. Davld .... .. 81 161 ............. ..... ........... .. ..... L1 10 21 t Fanny Coleman ... ... 8 ] Sand 44.Crescent : ty: : : : Jerry Wilson ;: : : 64
largo of B. .
Hwy oSny4 >V t 4 5 Part of lot 10 or bk Lou I, hilt 55, Cro.cent City FJ D Terry . 165
'enough !to bold It. One side opeulng All of nw+ ..:.... ...:::::::::-: ::::: g. 21 4 :. .C. t B.. Nhllcomb Uavld ., .: ,::::,: 3Yof : 073 ........ .,..0. ...river....... ....,e...page....? 21 10 21 18 TIm Long ...... ...... 351 All All I ot grove lot out 78, Crescent City H W Ooodlll.. . 1 15

Into a large chamber formed the door sea ........... .................. 8 a .tin 044 S1b1 Imen tiutlherlaad Jr. 4 Lot 5 '19 of; lit Johns river .. ...... 21 10 27 60 I" W and C J Leohi't Pt o"l wy4 grove of lg ,grove Crescent lot; City 119,. !' t Jak. Love3t .. 1 I'bk
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.. .. 181I -
tenbmg .
: All of (.o .... 64o 08 fO, page U8 re.oent City Thoe MoLeod. ... 8 16BS
to the compartment, being a tall, narrow sea (except '
net oof Ve ., ., 825 bk 82,
ne ) 8 600 Jilllman Suoh.rland 8.4 ooree In eye at ne'4, ,
mirror at the bottom of wblch So of I page 125 ... ... .. ............. U 10.7 118. C m V.lvlllrrton ... 1y All of :Yreve I lot U3: Crescent:: City:: J Franutll&) lo:: l fl

wore two wooden drawers (flanked, by R" .nest... ..(.lone.. ...2......In. ne... oar).. ... 21 8 25 3 A J M Coozen'; :::::: :::::: If t Lots 1 and' 8 w of river ........... 29 10 27 190 lest! Mrs C Shelly,.. 8we Y8 In .. ear or hilt x, 60 by 888 ft, E
Not "" """" 2fi 5 Y5;; 1.10. Annie Sapp ... ...... .. i Sumoral Gr..at bk a page hk 30, page 28a. Cr e.u.nt City
'''candelabra, mirror, drawers and all t Swyw, g 5s 4.to .y"ot'ewi0'ot'nny4; ;; 38." Y 95 io Unknown ...... ........ S Y6599o. ................ ............ ........ 81 10 J7 3' Amelia Von Eugel 1111I. . . . . . henry lIell. .. 8 II

moving together when time door swung Seed' .nwy4 of ... .................. 28 Y P5 100 J W Tedd.r .. 4 05 Part of Martin Grant bk D page .1' 10 10 81 169 Mrs I c"'whii: ;''':::::: = 8B5 g go Ptl1 of oar Ilk, hit' :,0 page wu 188. o Crn.cent Iska in / "

tiThe; architect at once Rent lufnrinatloiiof ewye :::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: gt tl 25 I Iou::;: Arthur' wet ." I F Clark Grant ........... ..... .0 10 21 3U E-80 A Dupont ...... .... .21 'City I Ui i'd; 2' 'blk'81 i Henry 1Iir'w. 166
I8. Vfolaku i :
= JIJ\ of 1 lot. :
the find to the Academy of History Neof Hey ... ..... 9 2404 at D Pinney I .:::::::: P d Lot 81 and a'.40 or lot 32....... ..... .1 11 23 UO Clarl.y tllmpklnll .... 331 Welaka. A t 19
..,. .... Lot 12, bet 411, . .
II' 33 iO Anron Minton ....,. ...... Richard Reddlok.. 116
.. or .. .. .
"of 133 .... 9
and or ne ye Green
and ]M. Andre Brosscnu tbe secretary sea and o Sf Hoy. .,..,.... Nets or .e'4 .e4! 11 28 80 IDdward 66LotS 6 hik
to examine the ... 1 8 2d 400 West Toeol TurDen Lot 25 .. ... ................. ... ........ 18 11 118 iO C F Mitchell ......... 1 GII All of :.'I.dG'1i Welaka I 492. Wolnka. : : : : MaWelaka : aD1't"o't':. : : I 91 16 ,'
was dispatched skein tine C0 .... ? n
E3 of sett ... ...,.......... ..... .... 1. 28 110 H th erland 96 1 Ne'4 or nw\4 .. ."" .""" ..""' 11 11 211 /U Meaning Land Invest W'.4o of blk 57, lire of Julia C..bit 1 i :
ton. Brosaeuu was astonished to Bud .m ? I. Co .... .. 8 1 Lot 5 and 8. blk 83. Welakn. . 'I
: C tu"rt. >I>
Nw'44 of S 6Nwt4tof 1 ..... 21 ; :::::: :: :::::: rA1
that, though dressed as a man, the .e ., ne' of .w\4 and elll Bwl%" of ne'4 and ne'4 of nwt% 11 23 80 -- Unknown 9 6 1.01" 1 1.2, 3, o.nblk el, WolaklL G 8 U
r'.wi4..J. .. Lot 13 .... .....:... ......... ........ ao 11 28 iO N"t'han' Cook ....... 1 G6 N of n w',4 nw of
,frame was that nf a woman The die Wi' or ;; e; f. wi4' ::::: i3 8 90 Se GookW Hnnton'::::::: n: 1444. of nel4 of Pe'A" and ..! a.t. e.'4acres: I k . ? 3 13 26 834 Jorac. William. 8 15 I'
filled the win ot IIW\ .. ......... .. SI. Brook. .. IleW S % acres of e14 of i.w.'A"of nw'n,
< ovory out missing links to amystery U 8 "U 40 eel/u. 80 Mr.' '
; of the time of Cardinal 8.,4 of "w.4 and wlil of .WI '. ..,,, 2a 8 30 no Joo..ph Hlllm.....Ollaon Sutherland. G6 nest ro; : : ': : : :: : : : : : :; n \ 50 .: : 60 Wulkn. : : : 3 12 26 11110 Mn D Haddook. .. I 11 -
Rlcho- .. .tnwil.ofae V4 . . 18 JohI1Brook.. . 111"r rn 8 acres or ae'4 of lot /, Welakn 8 12 U I A P P08t.U. . 8 n
that Brosueoti bad, WSi of pwy4 and e'y' or'.w'4 HRfm "' .. .... ... '. 86 1 naY 11 Bi IU (truham. PI of lot 4, hk 2t. If, Welakn .
lien b"enoag trying ... ... 23 8 20 100 t" '. eetf. g t. II. nElio page 8 U 2a.44. Ben Chl.olm. It
Bwtherland : :1 netof, net/u. ::... .. : : : : 16 U 24 Walker. : : : : : 1 81Ie of lot 2, Sateutna .
to solve. WI// of nw'4 ... ,... ,...,..,,... ..., 2-1 8 28 80 HCliman""Sutherland 428 or or nwl(" and .e'4 ornWI4 h k. ?" : Mrs lor J Brown 1 II
In Richelieu's tiny dueling Ijcenmo so : ? .4 . . . . 11 11 U 00 C0Augustine! Imp Lot I, blk 81'Suteina'h, eights, Ii 1. Clark. . I" '
El7: oe sets and s'4' of 8 20 "' :Y GIth i 201WA Lot bik Interluchen. J C Bowden. 20 1
.w" .,... l lG0
prevalent In France that the cnrdlualmade 2r .1I.lman! 8otherl'and, i of awt4. bk 8. pegs 014. 18 11 U 10 A 101 Carl'. . 266M Lute 311 and d. hilt 81, lnterlnchsn; N R Brewer. ::: : t 80 ,,
It an offense puulslmblo with or nw'4 or nw'4 ot n"4' ...... 8 20 G E C: Cuwlei'.".". .", 4 se5 at .w\4 and 11I'4 or .w'4. 18 11 2f YO It J Uruover. a U5 Lots 83 alld 8f. but 21. Inlerlaohon Mr. A a Wood..u. 8 85
w/4 22 26 ; ... 89 . . 16 11 U 20 Ii II Walker . 1 11 All of ( lote 18
:I ; 'nwy4 ....,,. E'a .t n.\4 .f nett. except and 19) bile "
(loath. Jules leaticbcmlii anti Gaston {VS4 sw'4 a''d': .e'n :l.vw: 3: : 27 12g R M E Cbwle. .. e 9 Sw'4 of .0'4. . 10 11 34.a Mrs Mary, L Agnew 3 60W 38. Intnrlaohon. . . . Unknown. .. 8 II
root, illsregardliig the edict, arranged .sw'4 of nw'4 ..... ......., :: :::i: 8 21 .0 W Mettez ,&'Co...::,: 8 Pt f w% of .WV. of 'ne4. 'hi' 8L. Lots. I, I and 3. but B. Youns' ad.
settle with ,1 6 West I'oool : tnruen page 547 . : :. . : . It 11 2f 1'4 Ch.... L D"IIO" Ilg I dltl..n to TnterIILohen. . Alva. Youngi 5 71
o> a dispute raptors, Beau Net4 or IIW'4 .........., .,..,......., 8 27 iO hire tine Co Pulse" .,: 188 Nwy.: :-w. )' 80 11 U ia 1' U L '1'allcaU. 1 33 All ofhlk 17, Keuka. .. . N S Gilbert. . n
herein was a noted fencer, who bud Nwy4" 'Of "w'4 ..... ...... : 8 8 37 4a 111 lD S ,.. 1 i7 e'4' .r.uwl4. ; .i'w.,4'; .w' Lot t I. lilk 101. Ioukl\ . . 0 A nOdgor. 1 11 '
EV of 5 S Paine ......... .. { :2 ) .C of .
flea killed his man. Arnot little o ewy4 and "w of ewy, :::::: 8 27 S8 5 except aOl'ea eYe nel4
was I NwJ4 of nsy4 and I 120 R W.MMtOt &! Co ,,. 831 ewv4 and ewg of ne'4 of ew344. } H : 128 18Un1'1n'h"" 4 86g A. S. WILLAItD
ore than a boy, Nevertheless Bea'utbomln Nji of uo'A amid .w'4 oll1wl4 :::: 0 8 2r W Vnkhown ........... 8 G6 .1.6 of nw'a u[ sett 01. awy4... : Ii i'8.ri'; ; .: : 8thAl
left ewyi ot .w'4 ...... 8 8 2'1 130 West veeni ,..'.._n_ -. lnannV4 ',... Tax Collector Putnam Coonty.
was dead on the Hold. The Old : : :. : 24 11 B8 105 Henry ltman. 71 ._ .
.: .. :.7 ::; a per 1.1 -- -- -- --- ------ -
al'dlnol's spies, who had got wind" ofbe //ti\4 .. .. .. ...... .......... ........... 8 8 21 100 MthrrJCo: 839 E'4 of eH of ne'4. . . . 23 11 at ia Uonry F..ltman a ao -
of see ...,....... .86 .
loss ""'4 of seta 11 28 30 W U Smith. 6 18 '
matter arrived on tho ground only and Nwtat ey4oeniw.l. .l.88 "
4r I of
: -'t.) nwt4 of ( <
'n time to see Arnot Jump on K horse ...,., ....., .,nw'4.,.....andSHeysofof.sey4ney4 .... 17 8.21 3.O! R W Ma'lox \ ..t\44 of"ne'"ei, of w'4'of'aw'ii w. ?ofneji 86 11 26 80 Unkno..n. :. 163

| nl leave the spot at o' gallop. Run 80'4 of ? ,...............,..,.... 8 27 60o R 'V Maddox &4eo: Co'", 877 133 Ne and w :rat se% of nwu 88 11 B8 80 M.lvllle Clark. G TOy

log after him bn Toot, 0110 of them Nwtt of .e'4 (i lees 31y 8 27 Ii W Mattox & eo::,: 18 Pt of J M Hernandea Grant, bk 71, THE
sized n horse the E'4 sett .j 18);) :::::::::::::: 8 23 86 Joseph Turnlp..ed .. page 126 . .. . 39 11 2G 19.Yt German A..urance ,
by way and fol- Guyof J.otbik ............., ., 18 >Y> 43 Harry 155W I 86 ,
wed him to tbe door of his homo. of 12 .,'.... .......... 19 211.5 Unknown Jackson... .... .. 155 Lot" 4. Pomona. . ... ... 27 11 n 58 M b' Lron.; . 1 60
\s soon as they could gain admittance E 2811 or nett or .wil, .... ........... S. : if 23 Robert """ 11LS4 Eft of sw'4 of neVi of swli, PoW -
Cue .. ..
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of neA ... ........................ 9 23 e0 ... lAS mon0. 81 11 27 I Mlee Mary Na.h a 58
at Un.knoWll'l !
hey entered and scorched the house SW'4 nw% ... ... .. ... 118N. 6 aoreii'of'seii of'swii'o'f sw% '
., of 1 U U to F Cunningham .... ;. : : 11 27 8 Hattie 8 08
he young man was not to be found :\ I1W% ;vedny,: ; of"ewy"of .. 216j. bk 87, age 89, Pomona. S3 Gary. '

here was no one there' but servants N nw\7a of.......of..uw.. .. .........,. 8 4 60 J B Mclea .. ......,... 966 Lots Lot ru, 8'fJ,. 9 1907 and. .10. : : : : : : : :. : 14 19 23 980 806 T.C Holden. : : : : : : 6 8 U .

of whom S y4ofnett. ..... .. :8 :94 'V ": 0...... ....... .. .. Lot 19, for 1908. 12 23.0 Unknown . I 06 .
no being tlirenteund, con of .W'4 of no'4 .......... 4 20 Unknown ... ...,..,, 89Slio Lot 19, for 1906Syi . . II 18 880 Unl"own. . I 08 P ALA i
ssetl that she bad' seen her master N 2Oa.of eJ4 or east oi'i;; ; [.,, ,,,, ,, : 9 24 10 G S & F Ry' Co..... 111 111 ,"of aw>4 and wV4, of 'ee'L.. ::13 18 25 120 Empire Land Co. 8 09 TKA NEWS
un hurriedly upstairs nod Into his that part of nwy4 of nwy; Lots 113 and 116, Private survey
lying s of RR .. ......... 8 24 20 A of sVi of se'4 of *eU. :24 H fg 2'1 H rf } 11A
oom. The cardinal's spy spent( an Lots 1 and, 8 hilt 8 0 ... ::.'. :4: 11 9 2f 10 D Tucker Jot......, .. 901 W 24 aarea of nw%20 nwU : : : 28 Mre, :; : : : J 65 ,
11 Fordil1and 248..
tAt Tbit "T. : a 95 Ne oor of nuVf, bk pair* 1 8l
our vainly endeavoring to corner his Ne 7hilt 1 andlot8 1 .. 11 9:1f: 10 Ellaaberh D"Hotr' :::: a B6k1h EJ4; of new: of neu of ne'i, : 13 gUll Eat LM'Yn'a;: : : tl9

lIan. What puzzled him was that or or ew,4 nw earl ; t' '; '' ...... : l lg: g t SrowLYOnnlea ... ..... a 45 Lot 1 ana 2 e of river. . 18 12 28 318.4 Lucy Flnneganand
ewy4 a sey4 20 Lula Glvon.. 80 52
ere was no egress from the rciir that {t't. 0l sey4 (toes ey of ..'4 ot"sey4 29 9 at 60' F R .la'1rI: ::::::::: g N NV4 of eaV4 of BWU (less 6 acre to

8 considered possible. Concluding WI'W.'/ ........ ............... .. 80 9 U 80 Unknown ..,..., ..... 177 111IIBi" Locket .;ew . : 0888 20 13 21 II Maud A N.ar. . 395

nit Arnot had got away by some hid. of fn : 4 and sey4 i ...of,..nwy4. ,......?.;;; 32 9 9 41 M 120 II IIlbbandurn & Redding:: a 758w'4 Commence ft' bv 420 at ft, bk or8P'r: : ,802. 28 18 28 I A P A plehy. . 3 98 Published Every
34 Bro. .. .. .. "
4foot 18 26
II the entrance to 80 -i of of of 8'.40
passage, which > new sow aeVi 29of Ie..va: Roberts. 07
ofof .e\4 ...... ........... 8 9 25 10 Susan Watts .......... 131IIw'4 K;> of w''* of e& of ne 4. 89 18 26 10 Unknown . .n.. 13&
as only to be found by one who knew t:44 ": .. ..... .. .. 9 f
........... 1 30 80 Unknown .............. 36GFJo \Vf o of e>* of se44 of noK
e i secret ha went to the cardinal and of ewy4 .. ... ... .,. ...........,., 8 9 2d 40 Cline L Hyde .....,... 155 aO of ae 4 of and't.JS 99 Ii U Cha/' 9'19
(sported the facts. The !( of .w'4 ........ ... ............ ..... Iii 9 20 80 Unknown ........, .., .. 1I.8S Ett 0 f.ao\Yz and: wVi: of sey4:: 80 11'AI: Mr. JDffm1\1 ': h'li: 4 e6 Friday.
same day a N of nw't ....... ....., .., ... 15 9 2d b D Bohnnan .,....,.... Lot 6, Hires' plat. . . 86 13 26 IU.23 Mr. A"V Hawkins 155
otlce was posted In the streets of 03 r ewy4 .. ..........,.....;; ;:: .. 23 9 2d 80 E.t A Putnam ....... 331 363 Lot 8, Hlree' Sub dlv ,0. over. U g U g'u bin AA Br Ha ",kl 176 e /
arts offering a Toward for Gaston 1.01 ..... .... ............. ........... 80 8 30 87 B F 'Prhohard ..... .. 966 Set of nwiiPt .. .. ... W Bryan ;. ? 1 66 \ .
Will of lot 13 ............ .. of lot 1, bk 81, page :217, Cau- l
,i-riot: but the duelist was never taken Lots 1 and 3 of 8t ........ 10 9Y1! 1\ C P Kinney. ... 181 .ey'* sub dlvof Kudnal: Grant 89 13 21 5 C W and A W y
e John 8
river 31 M Amelia Von i
Engel- llawklne . 915
I' was he ever again seen In France, kin ............ ........ 8 70 Lots 1,8,6 lkT'a1., 11, 13, 16. 17, 19
ough mysterious reports occasion- Frnoft eo" II'AI at nwy4 and e3 t and 21: Lots 2, i and 6, rim .- : !

1y got out that ho was serving with 01 awy4 ................... ........... 30 9 31 308 C A Dupont ....,... ; Nsummrrel blk 26, and lot. 1, 4, I, 8. 30, 12, .
Part of Vocltaolo Grant bk T page : 14, 16. 13, and 20, blk 26, Beech '
|lo army on the frontier 16 ; 27 21 Mrs Carrie Thomp on 81 er . . . . . fa 12 28 120 HelUs of 0 W Fer. (.

Now.Ith all this was n matter of history J pages 8111-321 i. ...tbki.. .... .;;.. .:...and.;.....U. 43 8 21 131 Amolla. Von Engi. se\4o(I less 16 acre. ) . . 3. 19 311H A B Foster,. .. .. .. 11 17 .: '
i which the secretary of thamcnd- *eU (less 2 acre. to Prior

ny had been familiar. If the skein- G I F Clark Grant ................ H 9 21 H29100Ckin Djt";; ;;; ;::::::::: 1 rr and ag Tabre) and .'4. of nw% otPtofnwiio'f BA
found had, Huerlall 01' Summe",1 Grant ...... fr 8 21 1821.7W Amelia Vor, %: 87 88 4 g n C : 805 '
n been that of a man a Engel T .. : page 1 4ii 1 Hattie t''r'y: : : : : 67 An Advertising medium
lutlon of the problem as to what bad kin ..:'... .. ... .... .... 183 Pt of no", neu, bk page Jj, 12 11 1 Jennie Updylte 1 89 _
Port or John Pt of .
Hnel'loe Grant \\ok ne of netf. bk p, page 32it 12 n 1 Lewis UpllYke. . 1
come of Gaston Arnot would haven 8 page 203 .ltrt of John lIu.rlaa W pt of( 4. t'L, page Il2. 12 n 80 Irvin Nowoomb. 1 00 3M

found. As It wan, the Bud only ;Grant bit 44 pages; 108 .a 8 21 1218 Unknown .... ........ .. 28 82 An\undivided 9 U ' ; 18 13 31 83 JOe al Harp. . 3 G1 i
Part. of John, Huertas: Grant bk 41: Interest In Pt or

tied to the mystery, .for what was a page 12t ..... ........................ t8 9Y1! 1 H II Williams ... .. 128 N lote 23 4 and of 6 bk 26, page 790. 12 Ii n 10.16 y okn 1 06
acre nwM of nwii : 13 88 M wfiRrp: : : :
Oman doing In tills secret space In Part of Fleming Urallt w of river of n'A of 4 46 that brings Results. '

o garb of n man? Ai to the house (V'erdlor b'ieming) .... .........oriver G1 8Y1! 20 S 0 D..Roche ... .... 8 n 1)1) -4 of WM of se'n Matt of wI ot new.. .. .. 18 13 II H 19 T Ben N Wade.(lautler.. ,. : : : / gg
Port of Oran\ w W 7-20 of nwii of sw(4. . 18 12 27 II Vnknown.
ring been occupied by the Aruot (tr e ) .. ... ... .... .. .. II 9 27 100It/: V Rorl.an ,,:.....1818 i>) 1-8 of nwVi of and w 1-100 . 89 '
|laity! that was uncertain. However, 10 : 84 ft o.r tG bik 8 Carlton; ; of ne44 of aww :.'ri1t e 2-3 of nay. '

> riddle was solved by. n tit of bk fO page 2:10: .... ............... 2 10 23 T B Hoffman ....,... It 83WIO W of *w'4. .of. . . . 18Jl 18 31 .Olii Unkoown. . 3 U 'II I
paperUnd or lot B blk 5 Carlton .......... I 10 23 S P Ta.ker ... ........ 89 37 acre ,svi of nit.i'> 12 31 31 Honeyman & Lon" iJ ;
| In tbe pocket of the doublet Lot 20 ............. ............... ...... 6 10 33 fO Unknown ....... ....... 156Lolli Swu ael4 of of ne44 of. sulk!. nw)4 ;of 1
rn by the skeleton. 11 and 19 ... ... .. ......... .... 8 10 33 99 Unknown .......,..... 881Wli nwli.oli. of.' swVi. ... .. ..? 23 n H 20 Joe I\t Harp . 4 11
The story completed ,was In this 'Of se' .. .... ..... .. ............ 12 10 2.1 tiO Alfred Walker ....... 9601V44 pl'oroCa flat bk '86. '666 34 26 12 n to 1 C Edward 0 Miaella. ;: : lg:
of nol' ((Ie.. lal:! .... ... ..... 12 10 23 08 J C 8te.le &: Son.,,. 986N)4 Btt: of swV. p 21 18 n 80 Julius Payne .,
oe: Jules Beauchemlu was a suitor of .nel4. .Iit at nwye and net4of "HoM of nays and eK of nwl4' of eel4'. .. ys 18 87 80 Joe H Bohm H..rp... .. .. 3 31 Subscription $1.00 the Year.

tbe band of Henrietta aged twen- nwi4 .... .. ... .. ................. If 10 23 200 lit F Lyon ............. 880Nlil 7. acres of nwu of nw4! of nw4 5 98
|tour sister of Gaston Aruot. She or .0'4 .. ........................ H 10 23 80 A WhIte ..... ......... 2 76Bea E44bit 16 rage if S3. . . nun 80Y A Judd. 1 19
tested of ew'4 ........................... If 10 23 iO H S Cunningham .,.. 2116Wy. 0f ":.. 27 12 21 JuliusA Bohm .. 8 81
and refused 8e'44 of of.nwy4and'wh'of
him. Beaucuo- 0e044
of t'nw44
of of alllt I
n not being able to take revenge or w'a.w'4 ..w'4. .............. ....... 11 10 23 30 Est It E SoYTe ..... 103 NU w\40 of or neu.nw'4. .or n... . . 29 U 21 20 Mlse JIJ F Hudson I 90

on a woman while at cards one Lot 1 (lone. 4a to church) ..... ..... 18 10 2:1: 38'' Mack Sylvester .. .... 955Wy :; Lot 1/. J Hlggenbotham. : 'Plat.' ':: ,. ., nun Ig W Merrell C McIntosh& : : : = n
( of lot 11 and e\it\ of lot 10...... It 10 23 88 Mack Sylvester .,..... 1 6s Lets 30 and 21. Dakln'a sub dlv. 1 18 28 11 'V R Sharpe'
onlng with Or.on. . .
Gaston a boy of nine gin of lot 13 and all at lute 23 SM of sty of eats of ne'4 bk 14 3 U The NEWS

deliberately accused him of client- gild 3i ............. ... ............. lA 10 23 100 David Smith .?....., 406s34 page 830 : 13 18 ii6 10 Gee A St.ven.... .. .. 110 Job Departmentis
This was tantamount of nest\ of .w'4 ..... .............. SU) 10 23 2CaroUne) Baldwin ..." 143to In ee car of se& of ie'744,
killing In o.n of e aide.of se's of ney4tk page' 444 bitDT 13 18' ae 93.8 Gee A Stevens 1 8S i
for Gaston, notwithstanding the /3 page 873 for lOOt1 .......... .0 10 aI: 4 81meon Mann .,....... 163 Pt of Whltaker' sub, dlv, '
Irdlnal's edict page 444. 13 13 16 14: Geu A Steven.. .
could not live lu Paris 4a In con or e eide< of .ey5 one/ Lots 13 Towlea 'sub'dfv 870
bout bk .3 page 373 for 1007 .. .......... 20 10 23 4 Blmoon Mann ........ 1 83NSi o.'nf.IJ: :
having resented such Dray . 18 2G
an Itnpu- . 89 20 L D Baker . 11 71 do
or end sw'4 of nw'4 (lees equipped to
nw'4 Bk 28,
page 22 pt of
plan, and neauchemln always klUed 10 23 115 Arohle Morrie ........ 883 Dray ton I
5a 10 Young and Tompkins) ..... 21 Inland. :. 89 18 28 8.80 Unknown. . .
i man. Nett ot .w'4 ..? ..... .. .... .......... 2.1 10 23 iO Thomas Williams .... 1 36 Lot 8. Vatentlne'. survey Draton. 3 98
Tenrletta Arnot learned of tills] laded Lot 3S Avery Surrey............. 81 10 23 10 C 8 Mills ............. 111 lalanda . .. 89 U U g Wm Johnson.. 1
Lone au, 40 and i-IO of lot 29 Avery Ntt of nwu of l8. : : : : : : : 8 Orle Merrell, : : : n
assassination of her brother. Survey.................". ."""" 24 10 23 24 Edwd Or.en ........, 8 61 8w NeC>4ofna&. .. . . . IT 13 as 40 Unknown. 3 511
Ivltlng Custou to drive with her, she Lot 18 Avery Survey ...... .... .. ... 2' la 23 10 J C Steele &: 80na .., ] 11Nw4 Water fl na'Z. 'w r'water;: 17 13 18 40 W M Barber.. 1 88o all kinds of

It him to a farm belonging to herully \ of nw'4 ......... .......... ....... 9: 10 2f 40 HUburl & Redding, 196 by lot line bound by 8t:
< 815 or ne" of set/. ............... .... 8 10 Sf. 30 Hllbura &: Redding. 145N. Lucas n and of Adam River St, n by
on which lived a coupla whore .'" ot nw.nd nw'" of nw... .... 8 la 3' 110I Ch... 8 :May... ... .... 3S5 a by Palatka Oeo Bou. .. Fla Ry. .. ..
devoted to her. Gaston was Intfled BI-k- and 'M'V car of blk 1311.- ... Water lot bound n by water St. u. . s.. 111 w4

Into a room from which there rinere' Lake ... ..................... 8 10 2-1 13 Mrs E H Thomp.on 150 U by Dalton n by Larkin and .
E44 of nest .". .. 8 10 U 30 J R Cary ..........,.. 1ar, by River, Palatka.So . .. . Coo Son and Railroad Steamboat and
o no locked In and 1prge :;; Ofor' Fla
egress left n Nwy4 aw4! and w 1. 5;a t".w44 Ry Co. 18 U
/ of the couple. In the early 01 .... ...... .... ........ 10 10 2f G6 Heirs of G A Brooks 670 'Alcor hilt 16 :Palatka' ? Mrs E U Allen.
ruing the Net% of ne'n of eey'( .. ... 10 10 24 10 8 L Hod.eman ... ... 120S96 lot 8, blk 80, Palatka.: .'. C C:, MoKenale.: : : : 1&& U
dressed la bcr
Other's sister ; of ae'p of ew4: and: :ewys ofawy ; PC't.
clothes appeared on the grounds. Just ..... .. 12 10 iI 5 Millellge J Ryan ", 8t Jacob' Hall. I 96 Commercial
as the princIpals of et6 ot ne'4 of no', 0 Pt EV4 lot 8 (St Jacob's Hall) Printing.
1'0 about to take their places Hentn Nays of .. If 10li: fU EII.worl'h' Treat Co.::: 1T1set' blkle for 1900, Palatka. . St Jacob' Hall I U
:I1\I. ;
; of lea; loButer & Pt of lot 1. bk 39, page 684. blk '
: paused 1. lifted some gauze fro mDrawer .. .......................... .. 15 10 2' aa A 11' Harman .. au 41, Palntka . Wm F Bato.. 8 47 t
r face and said: IIe ............... 1d 10 21 13 Eat DavId Young; :::: IIne'4 Lot 6, blk 61 Palatka .. Eat Roche'
M. Beo fv:1 net. anw'A of WU of lot 3. blk 67 Paiatkn.; ; : : : : W mRti.1I. .: : ; = U

chomln. I am Henrietta of nw ...................... .. 17 10 21 80 Bon Tooke ... ... ::125 EJ4 of lot l.i blk 64 Palatka. Thall HoIII.n. . 8.0
not This quarrel Is with mo not 10 2f 10 titre P 1. 8hlvaleEh i;. :::: Lots 2 and 3. bit Palatka. Francis Graham.I 117
11 u.ot arlk
'lit brotber. Nye; : f1 of nwY.nd'' awtn. ';nett Lot 5, blk 66, , .. I( A Bell ,, : : : 12 90 Estimates on all kinds of '
my I desire before wet eel of ney4 heV4 of SMt blk 67, Palatka .
that you sign( this ee'4 .. .................... ........ 20 10 24 30 FJ S GUb.rt..... ..... 188 S 1-3 olftll 3, blk 68. Palatka I for Sylvl. Anderson 4 86 ,
paper exonstlug Nor\ .w" ot nw'4' .........".... 3j 10 Sf 20 0 W' Oillebt. ,.....,.. 110S 1907. Franolll lfudeon 4 7a
him from the charge you made of JIoor\ lain or nw'4 .".."... 2S 10 2i II' 8 A Flak 1808e" S 1-3 i'l t' 8: 'blic"s'8( Palatka: for; I
Inst hlm.' .. of ne of .we ................ 87 10 2f 10 Unknown .::::::::::::: 8S 1909 . . Francis Iludeon 4 73
Ceaucbamln ........ ....... 27 10 2f 10 0 D Ashley 111ety Cen 1-3 of lots 8 an9, bile $8, ,
signed It, without astonished reading took the It anil par Belk or of e44 sey4 or of n4 nwye of. nol .". ........ 28 10 21 10 B 11' Word.n ::::::::. 903 W Palatka 8i ft of. .nlft. .of. .w. ..nw4of . ., Henry lud.on. 418 Job Printing cheerfully .

01 .w\4\ nwV5
at ow" or nbl/6 blk .
Jed It NI4 56 Wm 1I Cook .... .. ... 74 Palatka? John Ooldon. . 4 05
back toHenrietta.. Tiled ha of oe'4 and e.%. or naVe at east 29 10 24 614svy4 W 1.8 of n 3-3 of ne'4 of 'bite 74, k
.. ... .. 30 10 2f 80 Edward Green ..... ... 966swt4 . .
ow down his sword.garde at se4. .. Y" Palatka U nknown. . 8 17
'En \ of ewt4 ................""". II 10:11: 40 M. 1. A Chamberlain 160Nwye Wt1kOf7.I\w 1.8 (60x1Y5'ft) of
cried the girl Barcely.cnucbamln ot .0" 0[ .w'4 ... ........... 31 10 Sf 10 MreL A Ohamberlaln 2658ey4 : : ltoea IIf Holly. 4 50 furnished.Our .
refused. Henrietta mode or nwl and nwye of noVe...... 81 lit 2f 110 L M Kilburn ...... ... SOS EJ of e'k of w 1-3 (60x126 ft) of
pass at him had elm ot aolt, ....?.......... 31 10 Sf ::10 W 'H Walker.....,.. 188No blk 78, Palatka. Rosa M Holly, ..., 8 69
which ho Eof nett
not \ .... 35 10 2-1 /0 C D Ashley .... ... .. 156E B 70 by 113 ft In sa our of'blk 78. s
.. .1
..... ....
Stopped aside would have killed %. of .w4! nw'A or Pnlatka.I . . . . : Rosa lit 110111' 5 11

He took up his sword Intending 8W'4 ot ftW'4.. .....or...ewyi.....\....and............... 35 10 2' 6CI W Ii Walker- ........ 151Sw'4 W of 60 bite by 78 100, Falatka ft of can 1-8 of ..Si. II.o. 1\1 work speaks for itself. {
ply to parry her thrusts. Tills ha and alft or sey4 ....... ........ 8 10 as 240 Kelly &: Co ..... ..... 601 H 60 by 100 ft of asp' ..i't' *H Irolly. 2 U
........ 15 10 9t to Kelly& .. ... of blk 78 . .
Nw4( of nwti .. ... """ "" Co. /81 Patatka Rosa lit Holly. I U
successfully for some time whener 50 ... .......,
or "W1/6 .... Id lit 25 240 Lots 87 and 38' and 26 by 90 ft
his toot slipped or he bacnma Ne'4 and 1IolU.'er 1164 ............ U lit 25 .LeAY King ?.... .. ..... 155Dlk. of sw(4( of blk 80, Palatka. A H Borrough. 160
Dlk IS .... .. Ie Rodl1arp .., 1111INIII El 62 ft of w 1-3 by 1,50 ft deep .
nerved for he received a thrust 25. 38 and and 31 Jiolf nay.w'36 ..".... 17 to4Yss 120 Kea & Co .....:: .,. 1It: of blk 86, Palatka .. . . D TCap....;. ? I U We take a special pride in all
ongh the body of nett no ow'4 of IW'. .... 30 10 25 1ro: Xa11Y &: Co ...... .. ... 829Ssey4 All of :Jkbl:5i Paiatka I f.r :Roche. 87
ot owl4 and Lot 9 PalatkaN't : : : :::: Mun:
t was Henrietta who was chased ; of .0'4' or nWVa'hk'' 110 paKe 07\1\ 2L U 25 10 H W Motes ....... ... 189 enAmanda . 895

|d who shut herself In the secret 6 Blmpkln'. aub "Iv otnw of w 110 of lot 3, bile 166 .
up Lou 8 and .......... 1 10 28 1 Oeo Oarvln .. ... 8M !.t. t
yet But of .w4( ............. PalatkaPt .. . : Ora Scarborough 195
whether she died from Joe Evans tract of lot 1. bk D, page 391 bik 118, ? printing whether it be
location or because sue could not Lot 5 If bile 1 part 0:1:: ... ..... ....... 1 10 20 11ft Daniel Johnson ...... tai Palatka:. : : Juao Grlee., : 8 75 our a
bk page 1 10 2S lye 1\1 K m 1-8 and w 1-3 ot'i54'of'lot 4
.n the door bk 23 1.U ,
can never be known. ParlOr nSi of n"stt' .. .. .page.... .. .... I 11t141! 10 J P tankert6/ I blk 168. Palatka . . .. JIJ L St..nl.y.. . 8 95 t ,
or 4 *
was supposed at the tlme'of the 8w'4 of nett ......... .......... 8, 10 28 .fO J T Pondleton ...... 187 c"na'ir' rk.18t lot 4 (St Joseph
l that she had fled with her brother, SaV4. or awls' or ..'4' bk 8 P"II& 3 8 10 26 10 Richard Bhnle5t.. 16SNt4 Palatka for 1907 e1yogepitAld5oci. small order.

iston. Part 01 of .w'4 nw'4 .. ..... ... .............. 8 10 211 80. J M ..,.,. On 1-3 of *H of lot 4 (St Joseph a IS large or ; g

aston'. keepers bearing that .a Lot 8 blk 1 Roberts additionto 8 r.fajor Davie ......, ... 161of Hall) blk U8. Falatka for 190 St lgoaesh Aid Soot-
.... ........ ..... ... ..... 10 211 a 36 I
00 war set on his head set him free Fr..Rcls n.1t, of no\4\! .. 9 10 2610 tore J' M Ou.rneey .. 111IINe'4 Lot 6, blk 170, Palatka . Rob l'ion"'.? :'. : : : 3t .
d told him to flee from the card ESi ofInltse elio.e'4 of' ... .............. ....;..,. 9 10 2. 40 C Q MoK.Mle ........ 187 Lot 11 and 11. blk 1<6. Palatka. Wlllle Grile . 4 43 'Send '

1'1 wrath. Ita never knew that his car .f. w% of sey4, bit,.1..noes. I 10 18 8.Wm Chlwlm ...: ... .. 111II LOaral: .r.kl *. .Sub. dlv" ). .blk I .197: Alfred E Donaldoo" 4 05 us a t.o' t.

IeI'' bad saved him and died In con- ; ., .. .... ........ .o. 269 10 10 116 26 Unknown .... .. ... ...... 1116Wlio Dlv A and B ot lot 3, blk I 900, ? ; -
Part at e 34 of n.4! bk MRe Palntka. . . . : Bet L S Scarbor
uence. SULLIVAN KINO. at .el4 (lea lUll. to Wlllrr & ... rough. . 5 03
W H W4gg 815W
.. 10 as 10 E.t
-- lleY) for II1Ot1 ... ... ... 10 Cen 1-3 of 1-J ef ett ot hilt I SOD

',Now, what on earth did sine meantollloar O'Re) of sey4 (Iellll 1907 lea....,to.. ..Wllrll........&,.: 10 10 II 7t Jr..t W'H' Wlga ..... a 16O'ReIN31 Lot Palatka 8. blk'316.'paiatkir. '. .. """. '. .: E.lJonjamln Yog Cannon.J 4 05 Trial Order.RUSSELL.

him she dearly loved rainy ) for .. .... .. ....... 11 10 2Q 10 M MoWater. ..... .... 443 Thompson: 5 18
J$? Surely she didn't want him to vV44 ot ads of aw'4 .. ..... .. ". II 1U 18 10 Mrs Jennie Allen .... 1515FM All of Ilk 8933 i. Palatka .. t. 0 B &: J' Ry Co. 13Y
of nw'n of .wlt, Feet 0 G Barrelt ,... 311 tot 6, blk PalatkaH . . .
ik Bets .. .. .. .. 18 10 M 10 Wm A.h. . 8 U
her .
sentimental! ot ne'4' ...: ........ .. .....".. 11 III 118 8 Unkno..a ... ........... 11II 3-8 of lot 7. l bJk 326. Palatka. Scott A.I1. 8 56
3h. no; she knows well enough that fart of oe'4 bk I pSIJO 381... ..... 16 Jd 28 10 Unknown ... ..... ... .. 11IINw4 W 1-3 of lot 7. blk 896. Palatka. Julia loa.. . 1 85
tlraent Is out of new% of .e'4 01 tots .. .. .... .. ... 1" 10 811 140 J M Smith .... ..., / 1:181.fo : Lot 1.lk.1:18pINkn: 18 or nl, "
date. She wanted .. Of -
and ej1 or 8144. Unknown .,.. ... .... .. 1 n8w O S & F R Ry C. 5 U
i to"get the Idea her hair curled nat or nw\4 o f.win ael4'bk''....I.Page. ..408... ..Ill 10 10 se III J/O/5 Jacob lIelaler, .....,... I Gof Lot Lots 4 10. 6 11 and, and'9. blk s'4! 8471' Palatka.blk 243. 0 S & J' RT I Co 8 U

Its. "Indianapolis Journal. eor 01 18'4 ot bk 10 palrOf pulatka I *. . :. : Tease WIIU..mL. 870
Ten pert .w'4' ot 0.\4\ 21 to Ioeao :Mltohell .. ... .. / rs Lot 16 blk 348, Palatka, .
It 118
... 10 Levi .
cough mint be n terrible thing to go I O ... .., .. ..... .. 4. ..., ?.. 111 811 Unknown ... ...... .. .. 1b Lot, 10 and 11, bits 262, 'Palatka luwrptt ;..';" T 1 g
> IIf.Itbout your limb, buti Lot 8 in blk 2 anA hilt Thorn. 689 9i 10 118 10 Howard Brawn .. .. .. 111 (..nt 9. blk 263 Palatka. R D Alexaoller. 4 88
I must remember It will bo-restored Part of eS! of eoV4 bk T .Dog II 10 211 ... ...1 1 Blk 269 and 968 (lean lot. 'f and
loll in the Pare of eli of .e'4' bk Ii page. at, 14 10 M! I NOwardaBrown .. .. .. Mas 10) Patatka . . 0 S .. J' fly C... I ,r
next: world.1'know book of ma0e .p 20 VnYnown .. .. .. .. .. 115 All of bike 886. 286 and 281 (leesrt
I it wlll.. mum, but dat don'tournjj. Lot 5 or ..w% ... .... .. 811 10 as .fO of way) P&I.tlca. .. . bl 11' Lyo". . 10 81 VICKERS
Se'4 of "W14. ..'.14oc All of bike ill and 812 Palatka M F Lyon 7 3.
moo f 1t'1' It wua cut off when N"4" of nwl4, tats or Pw4i,. 8 10 J7 1 99 Un A..aUa VOlt En Lot 1 blk 839. Palatka: Leonard WU.o" 1 U
*'os n baby an' If won'tcome. : wldln awls\ and 11& In nays ..11 n .. .. ... ... U 01 Lets 4 ud 4. elk 839 Palatki.! i Id..r4 'IIrowa. ,Y 8 IInaJaim

"ple of foot 0' dCI' C1'9UJ1d.-r.u..


.d2.., ,tJd,1, ,,. t -" : .. v' r. th, 112 et M 9a,.

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,' _- =..----'- -.t----- -_- ,l. W.. ... H.'. FU4. I Spinning' en ,h Common. I

I ON THE WAY ,tb snli. restamram BSII*looking with young a mOd.tnas> I A PAYMASTER'SFLIGHT. :I "My 7 A Blind- 9'' t That world historic as Boston bit Common ground known baa t CASE Op

; background of many a strange
TO THE BLOCK.Oriental. air aad I a.
II hImseLf at a I beta : not ODe ,
__ f and seen.Barely
tabswar the middle of tb p pcta
Urn which have been
t t'
It was evident that b* dreaded 6 I t-I i I vr1 .11.

{ .) .. He.wasted to get as far I ,I'i.de :' ( I acted open I presents a quainter picture tO&DJ
Oaa day MOW tw* and a half i te money than one which took pl.c a bal When Alei I
otaer PNPIe.JIaie.. When I waa a sergeant ha tile -tb. | NJerhol
tarta .(<> the Lady Arabella blushed paiafally wben be Called< States cavalry B the far west I tT."Some j 173O. Mr. FDa Drake derb the Into the BnaD .ny a"", H
la Memorial
bora la her itaalr" tr a cocpl: otder. asd tb. most casual d occurrence .rkl. "Tbe Weeping smt 1_
: t I was detailed on* day to command I' .lc
I more of "LIT In 01
-t.1th.* Btraad la London. cosUd bare told that be was eight men guard to :MajorB l a II Blstory BlOo ." .two famines, own I P
: acting aa a I To Ir Boston In the I &d :
topped at "Temple Bar tIe way I Jnst .. bis dlaacr was who bad pail off the force at oar l taw, a silently I In an P..locla mad In Bo*. betth Olga Boo t
<< HP ban a bazoa looking wo- Ii .t..mpt .I. TbI
arrow, by a small party 011 foot and earth. art of te reign Of Peter
post was cosntr to pay those at I t the
tit .c apllln
aeresi small ebOdrea eaieaed .neurlr.
was the
lady pot ber bead out of tbe chair : schools thus going to Gr 1
Tb bead .. tbe seat Be was a Satan baldbeaded. : and to establish wlre t .
.aII.er.pc the
| ; I young ,
dow to learn tIe cans* of the eight he cl could be taught to the conscript was not 1
i his eye. povaewd dewa opoa lean ma except round stomach. I I process p. I turn.- 11
Kb* saw a prisoner la charge which seemed was recommended that tw.rt .p1 1f
where tIN young man bad begins to protrude upon some 'WeIl "
i i
A sodden tbeaght rot tbe :;, aoUtade. nioUoned to the nxxb- people. after tbey pass forty with) a neighbor asked I ning ...b..1 should b pro./e by (betown goodbi. ". 1 Aizi a. b. ba

Arabella. i i docked t 0 tIe cblckenav and crafty eye and a silent toague. Tbe Ill tell I' for the use of h"d sent from dieter myself. I .m

"Whither are. you going?* aba ... i later they were an atonal only words be spoke were directionsa I 'W.u frankly '1 I'I'aole ,!|I I the a.ba.and a premium .llwe np to certain death law I lol t 1

af tb.officer of tbe guard. | tableS : to handling his safe, a small affair away In a ..t. I!: I of a piece of lne spun ocr tel me to do 1 I,

To Tyburn may It plea* your mans face was a serial that could easily be lifted by two wee r ant paid olT i and woven. I will do tbl D
and for watch a place was arranged another LOW 1' In 1747 a society was organized to abur tem I ,
Up.Wsatto peopj entered tbe restaurant. M a backboard wagon which the majoralways I the encouragement of the Industry. and d"'r now tblt .I
I from
> doT don't I tout .. bom
at the croup. scaOed algalA- need to transport tho treasure.Bis haD I tIle fourth anniversary publicly .D Olga, and I
"To rat off this man's bead. / soon I killed" 1.

"And supposing It pleases me to ) seated'. LeoS tbemaeiveSL..does beJ queried clerk drove cat beside the him.borse.the while safe tileparmutel' between e yon O.oe put advise'Why.1' :I I celebrated."1O the afternoon" says an old .e turned Alexis went.0 off to a b.re In

FybLToulJ lIutA.Dd'wllboat t faced old lady la aa aodlbte lus) tegs. ? I count. "300 young female spinsters decently Jat a soldier. ni
bar a Ing had
I al no
appeared on the common need
t1 -.L" Tbe country through which we escorted If your I c .. le
>> at feast tea older : tbe Dr I spinning wheels t th Importance of 1
years paymaster contained a wCd I wit T.
That's fast tIe kind of It to Ale 0b1.
want, and cone other." morumrrd a girl at the next aDd lawless people. I thought; at the, tainly 0 put ibis I wheels were placed In three rw., Itary:'machine determination of to mt.*
time that eight men. tbongb drilled I I female at each wheeL Weavers also himself
8be bade her lacker act 401nIdLaJ.r -Vy great-uncle
.. to tb* batrack. tossed a half soldier and well armed were a small: I what be ... appeared In garments of their ownweaving. stronger with his absence troi5 '
4 .Dd.at era* of them to When
be bad .
L 1Ja. the waiter and tried to go guard for such a purpose. Whether wisest There was an Immense number I been drilled tlllu
clergyman few infantes be
the door without opening it.- the major thought so or not 1 didn't c. : of spectators." by thok or loa2!
I tvrned vita ; "And when .bel
and. tbe I .
one prisoner eo I' nIb' as I K. .
Telegraph.A know at tbe time for be acid -- -- 1- u, .
I "
senting, tbe knot was tied. Thou ......ft._ ... .W ._.__. __._.._.__._.... .L nothing_& .L _: pear ..pl I of being sent to tbe front toteZ!
Ii ?# procession moved oa to Tynan, --- '"'" .no. t tb. Lady Arabella proceeded on Wasted Opponwitjr. colonel commanding wouldn't give him Exchange. Tbe Iron Duke has always been amystery. regiment c ,
duty at tbe
l : I war. much pleased with tIe ..... Foot and "01. BOI'Kog- any more and the paymaster enteredon I '. I have r.d that ba was six One czl. palace, P

,w- Though bat twenty-two year old. polltKal traveling compan- tbe trip under protest ''grol feet four Inches tall. I have read a, the day Alexis' ..t.UoO, b

ha;' ii,, wa heels over bead la debt and .! many atones were told of We were crossing part of what I la d an I that be ..only five feet six .I'' .. pl.c with a la Pa I

t J.1 that time there was a law la Journeying. called tbe Great American dr o club dinner once Historians tell n be was .07..h.r .tol ,

* .qi1 that vbea a ...-aD married she tardy UemocratSc campaiga- alkali pJa"with nothing higher sell wrote: from five feet six Inches to five feet "In there, hit cPtl'"L

, w abaolred from an she owed. la doing southern California en* titan mn'. waistI "e. coupleof "A wonderful ... Inches. There are some things m.jll tbe emperor. D D

I.W' coarse or" half aa boar *be would lime aDd got Into tbe country hundred ,.r In adrsn-e. keepinga means honey and seemingly very simple ..bl It Is impossible to enter" P

I WL a widow having got rid of both door of Los Angeles. One ..r lookout In every direction.For Industry and I to establish. This one of, ? ot aO cite?"

band and debt reached a farmhouse where more than half a day not a u..il say the happy I| lIIem Historians are still guessing the "That the order S IK., m I

I But fat* decreed that the delay expected to find lodgings. thing except th members of oar and .t the ctt !' height of Julius the .I of 0be
R H the marriage boold aav. the pr had nothing but two arm and abln .I sight. But suddenly bountiful :, Hannibal's Cer. Alex officer had scarcely left I

er's II'.. Wben be was kneeling and English pleaded for I rmne look to oar rl bland tkm's cod In f the Grea head and tbe general dimensions I Prince lencblkol. the cr.tll'

fore tbe bk) >tk at Tyburn sod tb* I trundle beds anything that rear saw 0 a rise far In th pans. that like a of Solomon. Why, we are not mllater. op and nude
ecutioner was about to raise his! az: : a bed.. Nothing doing distance a mDI 1Jk at tween I' sure of the stature of George tbo door of the czars I
: .r
I V95 i4 bonemaa was Been cooiL&g like ,I .- like Napoleon or D I makes me dream i It might be believed that "You can't go In Iber
I wind I like WashIngton: at Valley tbat he out.ot childhood's Wublolon Alexis' himself In : .
holding aloft a paper. Tbe bn was an rosy the Great and plcl.
.. I ; (,( In belr rbalra. After what I ... S.pID. AJeJDd"r W57."YOu tb t
1 W4 was stayed tfil the messenger dn. appeared to be a bb of : were of tbe same three I tel. ,
and the paper proved to be aa br unit advance agent! of survey of D be disappeared meD of bumptious Good little chaps. And.r com fool! .I am allowed fntm,
. to impend tbe execution *nd out of the west the poll. on the other side of the rise.** violets and an belief that to his majesty, at all times."
. tb. .,rtonxlr got out of theIr I felt a bit In peaceful Charl.m.I., Erll' "That makes
ItI prisoner to the Tower. 17. Trnig. I directed j Bold. Robert no different* b.
i4! & 4 A week later London wa la -. went ont for fresh air. Thy each man to see his arms 'A wonderful' i FerIck William since 1 have been Instructed his
tt Bruce Sir General
4uI over the return of King ..... old farmer milking the cow and, ammuoUo were In order and notified lh'...' and yon I Wlnfield Scott and Richard Walac.Coeur de one pass.. 1

vN; and *n penon Imprisoned on crumpled born. paymaster of what I hail malJ1d! Take :you impudent hound!
of loyalty' to him were released. kuow.;: gentlemea." b* said een- It didn't seem to hIm yon .... were all top notcbors. "Old Foot MeDablkol. "1 teach:you ud

ander Yeoman the of and without eon a 'moh u ber" And, rabl ,
i& u squire walked oat of the Tower ... bad a bed. after all? l..oU : .D emerging from low groundsoddenly m. ten ..rh Cat o I I ity of nature. leading In gr caue. b* brought It down mtttt
weight-New York
DO yoke open his shoulders except .. two Democratic orator her beard a mingling of there ral a Pr.Thi. dier* shoulders. I
yoke of matrimony, which be bad and saved the! bed for them. saw oa our right a motley .el a ... ;
crew "teD tb
..... l. and Thwack th..ck tbw.ck UW
or other they never show eral Day Tims."Dls
n rg desire
to throw otto The vision tm large as our own coming cunllhom. I
WI ic ''''''.--8&0 Francisco, Call. quIet clubs.' yer day an' time," said Brother dor opof t Is
beauty that had come down dow on W They were evidently a I Iight stood the nar. Ills .k
bere It seemed. while be was mixture of road agents and cowboys r 'G bay, I I Wlllaw. "Is' too much fer me. Ef dsr laboring bis guard, wbo recdtrilB

th. way to Tyburn wa not King Had Right. wltb a sprinkling of Their 'ellw. I .U& a I..ID' who could make de blows bolt upright with ttt
by him. For political reaion bla Mscready was perform-ader rod In adnn.l.o In j stan still be do It e be could save at "present. .u

prl.... was not published. Hi* ; tboeter at Mobile. Ala., bis each han the only one of r..o"er wbo A 1 de ca bill an' ef Jonah wns llvin' "What's this? asked the rrW

Immediately after her wedding reb.aral displeased one of was th "A curious au' a whale didn't b. any mo* fellow
_/ a native American of "Is the .. than ter swnller he'd bin denies me idmltwl
supposed widowhood ought solace par I bad JiiKt time to draw my men up bDr to your '. ," sail
presence 31.
Parts, where .be proceeded to )" This Claudius In ""Ham In line between the oncomers and the plant the whale high an' dry an' sell him tar majesty's

again Into debt In the gayeties of I "."" to "get ....en" with the bckbr before they. cam within' of tpic Ue trust an' ef Lot wuz gwina 'long ahlof.czar at the aoldlttij

French capital. Sbe returned many supposed offense*, and I range, and I told each are effects his wife an' aha wua turned Into a le
topick did not .
time after the accession of Lbs I ., be carried ont his DI'pOIIe.I I c-J one In front of him nearly& t 1 ala that I piar er salt he'd bull' a fence roan' with his open musket loolh still.uutf

king and entirely I Ignorant of the tbe last scene Hamlet stab-1 bff could estimate. My men.were armed.4 .ht 'leaves, an' 'lect blsse'f president er a salt .p.aL."Well

that abe wa a married woman. be reeled forward and with repeating the attackIng cu. bones to t.l! Bits de rusbln'est, grab all come f" said the car. I|

On evening at a ball at the spasmodic finish stretch bad some. .bll.but 1 their mane and j ever wuz In Day not only rldea.g ablkot eDI..r tbe two wmi-

Lbs king ought ber and said: "I out precisely In the place r par. I waited gn.they 10t fect upon mules. IIlblln', but dey. done stoked off d* pg. Wben upon tnnlsm,]
required for his own death. n duces pigs to an' dey know des bow the minister aid
lre to present to you Joe of my w111 200 yards before I gave the many exit Alexis
bad been relieved nit
tlemen la much annoyed' whispered Horsed are said >u.. a day de fireman in de
waiting. XI* I Ia more to to Ore. inn
of .
every one I
orer Nearly my other man In hla
than any otter man. for be has ,... troopers brought down his man. The exclusively on -i'S 1 ., an' dey Is slick enough ter tie tin put place.
y"'I'l tbe stage sir." new hair la of ter de tails That evening shortly MM t tlights
you *,Iallc.a. though. you have ,. up gang hesitated and I gave a second of d* comics what
bin life. C.n.oo guen who be lal""Absolution 'l anb: lay Insensible upon orTler to fire. This halted them; but, ture from the old, blaln' roun' de sky! We hi 8 wise C were put out at Ue w

come only from ". a still louder vole the Ham rli by their leader they came on. never quite the .. : own account dat wisdom Itae'f Alexis .I"e a lUiumoai H';
palace. that tbt *
lure as
majesty. and It I bare : animal' of which I Wbar fetch I
''I your given bringing u within range of tbelr revolvers ; tolsb. we'l np
up the stage sir." after on .. bad received from the cia
r life I moat be his mother and men began to get hurt tedlnr Al I does is dat w* pmi
I The king laughed and directed the Claudius sitting up For some minutes my there was a continued and t be I I enough ter malt yo'. bead to Inflict upon him 8m.lerb"

ander Yeoman to tw brought to firing mi both sides, several' of they grew and I !"-Atlanta Constitution.A lahment lode expected II>
.. I'm my taken out sod sr
When b* arrived be stood before th king here and 111 die men being put out of tbe fight ont animals are r"prlmande
.. ." though ** *>
the growth of the I 40o't matter. lie
beautiful "I .14
Arabella a young but one was My effective force Telephone Opiate
scarcely older than herself. concluded without more was reduced ki. men besides couraged In the The elder's wife .. ,. 111, ha. Insisted on making I
my plant for cattle, .seriously me against will, and I inn
-If toll la my son, abe mid to tb slf. Major B. and clerk. began the doctor .d..1 rest and
hi I difference l Is quIet dler. What la a soldier for btth&
.. king. 1 mutt bar born. him In She Her to look ns though robbers were the lady wa very' to
1..bTIlur...." Keep Temperf 10 eaete upon It tn I work and When he reached the pal kn
.. Is Ing to get the safe. worried herself !Into
a very hasty tempered .
"You bar 'I taken Into a large room, .1
met before said th she ani
be ia also one who keeps his Suddenly I astonished to see i bau. could not attend which
be Menscbiltol
:' j5. king.facer "Do you not remember bl to the very letter. Therefore Major B., wbo bad stood In the back V.r I ..rYle. hear her favorite pastor czar saw together Peter MI.
a riSe Jump down from tll
The ladoked at Yeoman has trained him to believe br lr A doctor, now "She his cane, which lu P"Alexis '
must not leave "
cut the the house
thoughts are best and tce. time ,
I ly. "No" she said at last "I do I of his weakness even tbe horse's back,-and away aprnc he went o .nm : the doctor, "but you c easily when be came up and, pinto

remeiJfber" ever to have seen him him a promise always' aTtractli to ke an arrow. The act demori Ing Phlladelphl his own with : to have her bear the .ro the minister, aol]:
fore. man struck this owixj
telephone. "This you
before be speaks If be my fore so that they I I
That be because wben f.Ue guy freDc On a Tbe return the blow with my sUck
may we coming upon him. Lnst t t rally them, and we all soon physician ....ok. I elder grasped the suggestion and
I had suffered! from a long distemper. rushed .Into the back draw- tumbling after tbe paym.ter. His sadly : the necessary' arrangements )(enblol waa astonlsbeil ''

said, Yeoman "and wsa sore dtre..J. I splattering trltb fury and clerk mounted tbe horse of the man ovenlet.. hastened tho sermon Into his wife's fO your majesty mean that? Suitdon't
." who had been killed and Btl. Intend that a private KlJWJj
". face. Mrs. biles. rose and Joined In the soon a stalwart ,
\D'I what distressed strike
At minister11"That
yourFilth. l band on his stammering Bight. ed his attention."Well noon oa the Sabbath the your
said tbe king "he was t Never hays I been so Incensed la my i and a.ke."How did It .orkr door would not be right, II
my man, '
Ing said
corruption. fe. T paymaster a commissioned "Fine the elder Peter. "I therefore nukeinf
trouble this i rubbing
"Your! majesty la speaking In III'o your i captain."
dear. .. sweet woman. ofcr. ida cowardly act had cast the doctor I,', : baad gleefully "Ten minutes aft
dies, aald Arabella."Hither I
: "But I am an officer In foot |
me sermon a
and conquer yourself, I 00 my men. bad Jag the patient by '' began she fell sound
put it," laid Yeoman, be more proud of you than I tbe mortification to see the bandits his pulse. :, ."-Philadelphia Ledger. t(! hoashold" .

I wa granted a glimpse of ".. i conauered the world." ride down oa the safe and caper Joy I "Faith, It'. "I a colonel <.
before I was to become food sor. J| officer ot boas**
nmeteea. twenty"h I tul7 about It. All I could do ..to doctor. I cant git guard and an my
worm me, dear." elp' the wounded men of my command Taken "But I am a ceerl.
"A truce to this talk," laid the I alL" i U".war. And Is I appoint bin"*
new bat of yours that you p aloDl .opplal' them by turn pulse 1* It Is likely that the moat so he
art tell where have "Tb embarrass '
me met.
we i
for. and tbe new *erv. : In teIr me the man lu New York rank. You see I will not p
a "Never mind that." laid the king, I If out In. and lts raining bard I I But what surprised me the Monday In could be found to be truck by one of .
let ment. replied the a Sixth
f Icatt for the present. The .. ness of the : avenue store. "'
r been ; -London Express.Lang : major's lone. 1 am no Bid* tbe cot and was a mild, Inoffensive eode)eablko/ ncr
baring a stanch supporter of b1 Judge j of horseflesh, I had mistaken I He looking there nothing more to "]-
t' rightful king deserve his a."t.".... I I the animal that drew tbe buckboard Irlbmao'" chett J I Iyoa that .Io leaning over tine bal Alexis to w'
Alexander Yeoman, kneel! Now arI for talk surrounds tbe first floor of motone bCa *'"
It Is said has written more a mere t..t of harden. and store, general
fUr Alexander Yeoman," and the eyes / : looking with Interest
I at the
of Inordinate length than I Looking ahead. I culd ..the paymaster sounds of till the czar, who .greatly .
drawing his sword rested It blow Presently his
,, on classic writer of modern miles In advance fleeing .. far A moment of I on a small boy eye alight- signaled him to delL 'e J
man's shoulder. 1 bar was
young an dear I being rush
Frederic Harrison some life and In time be disappeared. from was and the officer 1.-
4 tate for you In Barrey," b* counted the words in s nom altogether. For one In my. life I L "What wU I very large counter to counter In tow of I dlml. to_*
finally the In.tucte
as hi w.
"taken from notorious Boondhead placed money before human life woman JUe a. be *"
sentences. Boding tbat In and I "Oh, say down at the boy 101 he was lodged for the night t
estut valued at 200,000. I would
wished be
were In the safe ,
books It was no uncommon I and th* him. np ace In a manner becoming V Jr_
one. two. three
vide you with a wife but the Lad Rnskln to run beyond the Cunds were on his bars*. ,I thought the : Instinctively perceiving, with The next day Alexis wai o |
Araljella bas forestalled me In : nub murmnr ID.tDCI. what '
permitting himself and bis some satIsfaction how I would I would b hi. notified of his appointment to IVrlous

t Lady Arabella Yeoman this Is : relief of a full stop. But In prefer charges of cowardice against "SVan When the two, 'i I a youthful similar propensity If b* occu offices named by the car, Jj

husband whom you married on hi: the sense Is clear .. day him' as soon as we reached the post we 1 young i I point of vantage, the boy was anxious to go boot w I Iquaint

L way to Tyburn, condemned to be '. poem on th. "Clinmc-: were making for. opened W, eye. 'In a beseeching attitude and called mot with the "'n'\I\

cuted for fidelity to hI. king. He : Happy Warrior" Is a notable Theandlt having secured the safe,, w.aly. "ID 'I Imploring .cent: Ole go /

reprieved and at our restoration to th of sustained connections. turh.r attention to us and w* an'" I "Ob mister; ( mister, don't spit applied a I.a. I"u&ote ]
an' slvlnty-wan. and as soon
throne set free. rod I .
the opening and closing on to our destination. Wa was I ,| unuo"
Lady Arabella was not long la poem consists of two very my astonishment oa riding the II' r a man with no Intention spit lilt wlb a Jneral.. Olp..1mm
I I o started
The Servant on that
from her
covering astonishment. sentences almost en garrlHou to see Major B. sitting coolly particular boy or
I 1 any one >
ever such lack!" she exclaimed. smoking. before In mot German I the situation bespaocle wit p
.. of adjectival/ dao.....I. an .xImporlz desk ': : was certainly, awk- .
meet a man about to low his bead wb of tbe two sentences with heap of bill payingoff BO such thing as 1 and the man In red Ioucbt that
con bfore rtlrld
lift m* out of debt I meet him ..... decasyllabic linen the enlisted men. Ills belly labor 10.1.le' on I I : ._New York Time. faced 'In b tt. and this Was hi* """I

with that head on his shoulders, 'a record In English /oo.. It was plain that be bad taken. be delible. to m.. I I i 'I Ing mock her e she iiwyj 10

a tie brings m* a fortune." and plac It-a heap of money and your nurse I'I I II Queer, but Tru awone When abe cam b ,

The marriage turned ont to be aver on his de". dining room, while I I I this here splurge.". bodlC o..e her lokl.1-
will take the child | | ', "do said the ca- blue eyes with hIs own ot Il"
happy one. Tb wife became a Rstort Courteous "Thanks arteant. be "far I |I I the guests know I .
.ald one
mestic woman, though she and beI. Railway Superintendent- I I your fine I h.. order It... They ,:i I or are they Jest passln' another heavenly hue W ,

husband were high In favor at w* can use you any Il>nC&r. you for gallantry, and "01'1 hear from their relation to |j: )" acquaint There was great rejoicing! |

Bo long as King Charles lived b* neveI. register doesn't ring often It. The rob"l got a with nothing I English servant "Ob they are Intimate friends tiles that had been *o cast dod I

tired of rewarding Sir Alexander I Conductor bare got rbeu- In It. rather rely any time on, { herself and the : friend. life coorptQn. and wben A ell"

man for so nearly giving bla life to U ') can't reach up to tbe reg- that mare of mine than a safe. Sorry tress. The German i ," said the to the capital to CU l

., sovereign, while the husband ". Superintendent right. I any of your men got bur Next I" Joys and sorrows I cent to that estimate caterer "Ill add 2 positions h* took Olga wt hiS'

forgot that his marriage on the :we need a long vacation. Con : And l.ylne paid OH man before and expects their I ." If you How h* to pr 0"

to tb* block saved bis life. I am much obliged to you for him, de..ot., himself to the Best In When a girl bas i I I do mind. Wby"- duties of moa pitOI l D

r. A. MITCHOT me to run the car as long; .U llqe. ALEXANDER ELY. I j gages with a bad "eDI per cent handed down to we kI.f>

Superintendent-Don't men worse off than In I caterer more for lifelong be and his wife founded a r
Wrong Way Around."Mr. Is more la th* of Ial.le "I'd b* took Russian !
Tin much obliged to yon for A Hard I pocket high rank In a j.OEOBOB 'j.
Bt.n' and of th. police A bunch of
Purslington says b believes i car baclL-.lodIro. Matnnia-Good gracious, a splurge DI3X' .
man should pay as b* 1'....." What Is the matter wltb Oerlell, here She has to I a a bunch of always eat a fifth -

"Judging from the way he gets Ii Widow's D_.... Jonest IM the child baring a flt? an official book in or passln' acuaint Neighbor Do the RIP..tl"

debt, b* mast b* accustomed to traveling that "dower." the estate Goorgle-No. mamma. You know ]I personal .ItDIn Dlda't 301 "wonder what's the
Fr- : this book her I concluded a. be :
b.ckw.rd.-W..hIDctoo Star. the widow acquires at die stutter*, and w* bet b* say character tb* bill. "You might recti expression 'B/tof'J'' repeats
'* death was not known* before Bobble It Is trm your have noticed asked Dubley.

., It Couldn't Be.Denbam early Sazons. In the laws .IUudln.l7' ran the police and baa you're own experience. Among don't know," rpU
widow la directed blok.PckPo" when she leave 111 at ease, nervous
-I wish jon would talk English ; the take your ; "bnf do know If It's aa .

to the baby Mr* Denhaai- wholly ont of tbe pas. a aloUD It la friends you're appetite away. But fly history it needn't uer'
Dower Is generally : .. say when quit home,
yoa think my baby English Is aD Evelyn-He'* a vary learned man. I eat like a horse."_a and -Philadelphia Press.
Normans, but It first seriously bad and Mew
t ;; worse than year baseball EocllabJEscbaJI. tb was You wouldn't IIIlo BO, would youl It In the book Orlean
feudal by tb
late the system
.. ... I In Luck. Sr
_ Frederick II. who was con N.Uca-1 yesi suspected ItsUes-Tee.It at one*. Then the police -- -- "Mamma, do animals know*"a

i ft- Tear la mortal miseries. ; are npom .. with the English Henry 111. Enl.nIn'.1. 1 IIJuatIUt B* extremity. .y seem to live happily are. called 1
,, togeth "
*r. __ __ ._ .. "Ye; b* .lets his wife his ". ,1I
.and bl*stenographers..Ia_Nasb- .cr atN Ugh a,
I I'

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I- Come.1'II1J1111111r,11hi1lllmJIIIiI"'! to: us !IL Creseeat City Hews: I -- IJt4 :n.1I:1rtJtr.U' : ,t .i.u;

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for White
your Weather lte ort. The railroad project, mention i' o;

Min. MAX. which was made last week J Is still

prlI1garden CrueoontClIylomporntIr.for% tbo weak for UIIH-for unsettled. The committee has met Any: woman wanting the newest, should BOO what
: InK Jllil6, Will. lUUUl, with "Last Fall writes Mrs. S. G. Tun- WB oflTnr. C
June 7 a* m. 8 p. m. Bp m. 84 hw 94 hit many things that appear dlsoouraglng Bailey, of

to. bntuniny HimdHy. .": 77 77J JC KU 5804; 75 7B\_ 85 tH 71 78 ;, but despite these Bra still nelton, W. Va... "I I was going down by Inches We do not cater to cheap trade. Every selection ii _

SeedNew t" .nionility 7fl IMU 74 H4 71 at work hopefully on the plall. The
10.0. WodtiBHdny.lllBH.Inv.. ... 70 7tl "lit 77ft HO 0-2$U M 71 most discouraging opposition yet en I from female disease, with great pain. After taking a gem. Let 119 show them to you. The weather is ,

U 11., Thureuay.rrlduy.. .. ..... 77 M an us 7JHI 76 \M 74 ItR counted by the committee comes I Cardui, Oh I My I How I was benefited 1 I just right foe: what we offer. 3

!Stock:; D. WILLIAMS. 01>lle..ar. from" those whose property frontson am not well yet, but am so much better that I will :" i_ _
the park which 'it I ie proposed The C. ity',
H. Preston Co. T3! t
Has Just iii ."" keep Wine of
"" ""' to convert Into a saw mill site They on taking Cardul till I am perfectly .

Lt Arrived. I l'I Personal and Social $! will naturally oppose do the not change like the with Idea vigor.and cured." ::1tJtU'.n.Jr1ZJl'J'lrl.Jl7':! 2'.1rJl'J'DI'.t'n'JIJIJ: : : : :

I I r."", ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Others are opposed to bonding the I Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies -

I I M. O. Oatee of Holllster a well town to secure the funds for a right and rivals Cardul still holds

Pine Stationery and Toilet !(i I known welt Putnam. farmer pent of way and to pay for track grading; supreme position FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

i Articles. Sunday: In town. and there are several who are Insisting today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. oil' special routes of entry into of LOCAL.TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT APRIL'
-' S SM Deaton and the town before giving the scheme cure female diseases. It stops pain, tones up 1008 .

family left for their new home laOadHden I their enthusiastic support. the No. 99 No. 29 No. 7& No. 9&
county, last week Wed nee- organs, regulates TREE ADVICE Daily _Daily. _MAIN D..lly Daily

.ound's Drug Store day. Mrs. Eliza Ann Cone, mother ,of the functions and aids Write IJI .a tmtar deicrlfclni .11 I -nlipm UIOam: .v..m.o. ..,.,..v ..............Ar 725pm 5Itii L _

W. O. Alvers of Slsco- was a. visitor our fellow townsman and well known Fee your Advlnvln lymptomi, and vs will' lend you. I 72 525 inl pm: it 10' 48 Ill esa sin Ar.::.:::::::::..J;.AInvtI- 'l'uiatke, : ,, :.....:...::.::.I.v.Ly: ::.a::: 0211 80 am am _

---a: Crescent City; FlA. !j ja In town iHBt Saturday In the Interests merchant died at her home In Gen- f in the replacement I of AddrMM! Ludln'AdvlHory pi.In iMlril Department.envelop I i V 12 pm i Ill l'ul liv.............. ...)lIn..lld.I.v 121 pm .. .10

of his race for the county oomnilaelonorshlp. eseo, 111., on Sunday the 7th Inst., at Tin ChntlonoiiM, T.nn. Medklne Co.,Ch.ttoI I 18 ro pm pm: I 1 III 84))I I"I lnl: Ly..i: :::::::::::::. ,). iyt 6uyrua::n ; :::::::::::.Lv r.v ::07 80 pm p01: _:: ta am

;onm\[ [vmmtumnm! [ ::: III""IIIIIII"" ,MLnns. !! the advanced age of 98 years, 2 a misplaced organ. fleaga I 1118 00 pm ill U II il II) 1"0 ...............:.""" ..... ...........1.. 1" pm !IonO am .

Mies. months and some days. Her deathIs n 04 am : 16 lum I":: 1\::::::::::: ::::\. i ::::::::::::::t u; p I'm: t: :::

tiilnluff! Jeaele quite I a Burton large house has been enter-of attributable. to a fall from At Every Drug Store In $1.OO Bottles. ng: .am,n :on 114)) I I"i:uu t:::::::::::::::: 'I,.''II,(lath, l.':;::::':':::'.,..::.Iv n:::: t ; :: __ _____ __

party which she suffered the dislocation 3 60 am ::r. pot ::::::...:.W....t''." l'ler'e.;: :; ; ;; ; .. Lv 9 66 aa 11 i5 pm:
young people from Palatku.. duringthe aol) am pni l'nin urania..Lv; :: :::::: 785 am eot pm _

H. READ, past week. of her hip followed with Intense WINE ;::g am am I 10411 1 85 pm pm:: Ar..,:.::::'.::'::...:....f.\.\:.,\:: :....,,..:.;::::::t: :00 Ill: am am: 721 5 10 pm pa.: -

: Mrs. J. pain. The shook owing to her extreme tlOOO.on .1 lIO.on, I.v.................. MII..I, .................A' Of10 pm pm
:[ REAL ESTATE. A Icenhour And children ARJ.FUiiwwwwww. tile lI) ..m .10110 om Ar..............u.1. ........ .. L. .210 pm 1100 pm
who have been visiting; Mr. and Mrs. ago; was more than she could f3O0pa) .............. ..,."'. Ar..::..:..:....iCniiati. Key.I l.lL.) .= ,....Lv........ .................. .m _

Crescent Fla. M. H Bead, left for their home in bear and after a few days- of Intenaa- -- --.. OF .Pmily except Bundny., t Bum,,)ays 011,1< Thiirntlnyt on I,. ITII.-Ja.ud tan.ri on I,.

; City, suffering death relieved her. 8. F. __ __ __. ._ -
Jacksonville last/ Monday. _ -P/LATKAIIRANCII- _ _
.. Mrs. Hall Cone received a telegram announcing .- an hour. I.nily Esther ran to open the Leave EAST 'PALATK I --ALAT"A ArtlvePaltka
|The Howe property ,t"lres-) Ouorga has returned A.rlvo Leave TO
| the death of his mother too late door.' An Iniinlnmto body foil against '
p..I.ka Palalk EAST PALATKA
from a visit of some weeks In Gainesville Paka
pnt lIm"-ls now ou the inaret. -
and with her as 'a. guest for to permit of his going in time to attend The Broken Cord. f nor. &IIO.m ............100..0 DnllY ....: ::::I a 1'4"M);- ; u,,;,- :::-Nc.--::: :: ; 47 D.II'.......... lltm
the funeral. The deceased lady Kho thought him deud. A glance at eOll am ............No.4R ltiuIIy..I 6 In en, suo uI"l .No..U n.lly............ S20 om
[ Particular attention *lven tore some (line Is her sister. the the cord that opened and i hut tho vou- 521S inn Ml 1>1111'............ u.n.... 11/8.m/ .100.01 ... '............ 88 am
spent year 1808 In Crescent City It 10 sIn 8llIlIy............. I I" I'on l 2',0 r.n .10... fi3 1'.lly............ SIO pm _
.oent City propurty listed The weekly half holiday agreedon the !guest of Mr. Cone, and will be 'oaOrl.lnlll. floor tllntor of; tho which cninpaitinent lay In n heap told her on that the 4 leap OIl pta:,, .No::: :::::: : : g I.l illr::,:::l .:::::.:::::.I.I m.I I'm:: *7(in la :pm piHIH ::: .N:::::::: ::.No.: ai C') gI1,:: ,?::::::::::::. ;gC:::
iith the .
me. -- by merchants has been changed remembered by many of our older [ ] It had broken and Unit the prisoner 70n pm 88.II.) .!' ,.....: _70jrn, !... _, ),J..n No.I191)alIy..5"10 pm

"' from Wednesday to Thursday citizens. She was then 88 years of Daring the reign of tho protector lu lied been suffycntlug. Silo throw asanh _ SAN HATED J\RANCH. _

afternoon, when the stores all close age. Mr. Cone states that his England John Gaunt, a cavalier who opened mid closed his arms up Leave EAST PALATK itt7lve LOSVe BAN MATLO TO Aittv _

at noon. mother's health had been very prominent la his fidelity pi.L: TO SAN MATEO. r-1a; .r : EAST PALATKA Pi::
was unusually good chafed him and throw water In his \ Ql \ aS80.on

.. :I. Spencer: : The Sunday school of the Presbyterian For one of her advanced ;years, and 1 to his king, was bunted by tao Furl- fncu. Seeing a faint tinge of color she ............100.40 Dnl-; : :::::::: Sl.o "I-;; !I I 00-' ; ; ......... ..10..110 D.II'............ u2 am
Dentist. church Is prautlng upon uj>ro- he- has no doubt but for this accident : tans. Do was but twenty ;years old. of persevered and at last revived him. -I...pm .............No. Ill nlili. ........... Ii u}jnn -lJon!1 !! ..:.......100. tiC lalIy..4 16)pm _____

i gram; of musio and recitations for that she would naturally have white and red complexion and with "Why did you not open the door" I No.2t No.10 r-z-rr-AI.T; ; :Jb 1 NunE4 Mo ;

-- .- the annual Children's Day. observance rounded out a full hundred very handsome dark eyes. These, with she asked. ______1Daily_ Daily 't.lly Hn.\icK Daily I I Daily DaIly

fioe .at BeBldenoe on PrOspect Street.entClty ; Sunday June 28th. life. He states that his yearsof the long locks worn by the cavaliers, "And betray you?" I eOepm 200pm [iIian; L\: ...Jwk."",.iliu..Ar I 700.n l jiIIO Pm lIeu 90% _
mother I
,- Florida Such conduct fixed forever the love I 640p'D 2l I'm ,1021 lnm 1..I.uLI..n'.I.v. I 020.1111, I am 620 pun
rendered It for him
O. M. Newbold has the lumber on was a widow for OS years. easy to rIngulso] ft6 pm 2. pm I Id "nm I.V.AIIoIIIIo.I"'II..h, J I.. I ul I IIM.m IIISI.III
the for himself as a girl. Wben bard pressed I of tbo young widow John Gaunt .-._'--_7 in pm I 8 00 inn I In' l'i !n.,;i :. Mn> I ml ...I.I vNo. .!! llml J1l2Onn _uoon mtl
ground a
new two-story finally escaped fo France, to return
St. John. River by Daylight./ dwelling house on his lot on North LAKE COMO by Cromwell's troopers be took refuge after a number of years with Cbarlas (l fja'I: '. ')' ,_ Iliil, I'I ly 1 T U.illyex 1'10'11': Sonlortl Branob 1lIlyO::: _
In ant'll whero there ,, ... ,,. .
a u.8l1o Hn C 8110.O
pea cottage ez. it Hun n. tIn 0*
Prospect street. The town l Is I II. at the restoration. Ills title and
growing -
1\11'|; IInd> Mr. \V. L. Gable and lOll. were several maidens nod making upa 510 pot ; I.e.: ;N'\-SIIranil-; ; l I I"1'i <'' / ''; [I oo .In Iv Tlln."III.Ar.12HO pm
estates returned to and he
I Bea h & Miller Liner -slowly, but surely. Willie have gone to Jacksonville costume from them braided were him 528 pm 10RO.( lv.l.nkn n.len, I.v.il231 i jot i IM I'Ia I OttO ant Ar. Itanr..l Lv. U80 "'D
_ where will among led to the altar tbo Lady Esther Kin 11.HOSALIH 886 pm 10W.m Ly.Ora'pie, LIIIN Ii2', Itt 4 10 |I"n ..... ........
The Musician Club which has arranged days., they remain for several bis hair and when sought for at the .WHITING.Sleepwalking. 540pm _Il&isn' _A'. OrnlK! ,!. _!\\.Jl1J'? .! I,!.!!!._ .. ... ..............

Steamer CHKSCENT.iJaoloonTllleonTuenday to meet. each Friday afternoon cottage appeared as one of tbe peas ('on"'I"....n.'....* (.';_n .( ,rO.C.-'C.'Vmtsnl. : : flawany."Th. .

at 3 o'clock at the home of somemember Capt. C. A. M. Taber has gone to ant's daughters. It happened that they ... TI11H T ,IIL.KH how Mil1mi; ..-..t ,,",'ell It-Hln nm?' be,,;;Peo.1 to ..r-
"a- will be entertained this his home Wakefleld, Mass., and were loyalists and, besides assisting dn and depart from tli. BovtitNl, wtHttnn-t !,.** ,ltili* a..o' .r '. ..Tbundayl his many friends regret; to have him him secret. Women and children sire mole apt to In iintffui.rnntti.itl. nor it..,*the I cut'puny ltvl
I tturda7. .ate:8O: .a. m. for Groan Core afternoon at that- hour by Miss Grace leave; he Is one of the oldest and I But, kept Jobn his Gaunt knew not whet_ to suffer from Rotnnuuibiillxui\ limn men .."n.'nen... arI.lg' h.r.-fl..u_ ,I. .==- ___ _ _ _
ka, Crevoent City and prlaolpal Way Cash. best loved winter residents, and all poHHlhlyL>ecau8e their brain lit muredvlluitely Vor Copy of tli. 1.nri,i Tltt** 4 .,r.1 I "Otlntr Vnforinttlloii
do with himself. lie could not live """J.JI.) 'rrln 'I"CU..I-1.' .AC.:! N'l'."
.... Paul C. Smith and daughter, Miss fall.lope to seo him back, early in the openly under his true name and sex poised. and therefore moro J_D. RA"NE slelant O..ral !'nu. Ast., S 1'. AUOU TINE!. FLORIDA .

rDID..I..v..O..atolty. oa Wertnen. Virgie, left for Louisville, Ky., last nor was the way clear for him to got I I'lixlly Iniluoiiced by du'eml mime. A eoiniinuiliullHt .---------a _n---- __ ,, .
Vrldaya and Hondityi at 7..a. m. Monday, on a Visit to Mr. Smith's Miss Llbble Halght/ has gone to Franco. As a temporary makeshift ) Hourly always walks with .
.. .. .
lonvllle whorl. footot Laura. Street mother and sister. It Is expectedthat Jacksonville to remain several he determined to go to work as a serv I. his i!) <'d wlilu 'upon tho )pupils being - -- -
.nneMItKa days. much diluted., lie Is II dieumor able tua.t ,
Miss Vlrgle Smith will remain ant. There was a young widow hose .
Wharf foot of Lemon ptrn>. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 8. Prior and father and husband had been killed In his ,tlrcnms and In this state the b h
away some Chas. timid become tearless tho weak strong ,
son Henry will leave uext
-- the king's defense Lady Esther ninll.
Rev. R. N. who expected to week for their home and the stupid brllllnut Their somnambulistic 1
Cate summer at
Gaunt to her house others
went ,
[. CLARK Traffic, Manager, assist In the special services at the that Wakefield we see, Mass.them leave It Is and with to regret have and had the good fortune among to be en-, : curtous anomalies.condition Tbo somnambulist's presents many lB U L L! :IE'P I N .

'" Jacksonville Fla. Baptist church all of last week, was gaged as bounemald but so markedwas
their ,
hospitable and sociable home .
I sense of hearing Is not often suspended i
called to Jacksonville during the closed. They will return early In the impression he made on Lady for, .generally speaking be will answer ;:: EffectiveJune ist, 1908. ,
middle of that week much to the the fall, as Mr. Prior has erected a Esther that be was transferred to her 1
A. C. TORREY.tier questions even If whispered but BOO\ Mile State Family Ticket, $11.25. )
One wind-mill, and intends buildinga an her own waiting maid. II
l' disappointment of the members. bath often tbe same ear Is deaf to loud< a, Good over the Atlantic Coast Line In State! of Florida
room, and making other improvements Here Gaunt !i!
a complication.
and Embalmer. The special meetings at the Baptist to their already attraoIve I noises./ Tbe sense of smell Is frequently :A'; for the head or dependent members of a family, limited
home. think of no excuse to offer wily' altered. Brimstone and phosphorus I for one year from date of sale. :!\
church during! the past two be sbould not serve In. such capacity
( lice of Caskets and Oofflns attendedand are said to be pleasant scents to tbe .I-. I,04)1)( Mile IiitcreliniiKCfible Individual Ticket ]
weeks! have been largely Claude. Monjar killed two very without revealing his sex yet It wouldbe ,I!! IflZO.OO.
somnambulist, and cannot tell
pbone conversions are reported.The large hawks on his place recently highly dishonorable to do so. When many ti
many :;f'
which have been wine from water, as tbo sense of taste Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30. other lines I
OENT C1TT FLORIDA held each night feasting on manyof the: same evening his mistress celled! :
meetings are his fine chickens.Mr. i becomes perverted or entirely suspend '.' In the Southeast aggregating. UO.UOO miles. Limited ""P.
and Rev. Mr. llmley Is preachingtome upon him to assist ber to disrobe be ed. Some people walk periodically In -.I-, for one year from date of sale.
and Mrs. J. Bastard confessed that be was no peasant
strong evangelistic sermons. are their sleep, while otbors do It spasmod ._ 2,000( Mile Firm Ticket, $40.00
taming! friends from Jacksonville. maid but John Gaunt heir to an earl
scent City Transfer Co., On Sunday. morning Kev. Dr.) L. D. ically. One German doctor goes to the :A.; Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other line. I:

Geiger of Apopka was present and Services were held In the M. E. dom a ftne old English confiscated extreme of asserting that somnambulists N. In the Southeast! aggregating 30,000 miles, for a man-
( all train. at descent City Juno- ohurch Sunday a. in. The duett by estate and In danger of losing lila bond are attracted by the moon and ; ager or head of. firm and employees limited to five but
preached. The Interest In the meetings Cha.; (J. !Sullivan and Mrs. J. D. as well aa his property. such Limited
: Night trains by appointment. I thus they walk on roofs of houses and ,"'!: good for only one of persons at a time.
continue unabated> and as A result Mitchell was beautifully rendered. Lady Esther permitted Gaunt to re :'; for one year from date of sale.IY .

,. B. M. LABREE. Manager It Is expected that there will be Miss Carrie Harman led the Epworth maln..JD her aorvlce, performing only peculiar at great heights pleasure because from contemplating they derive a 't't "Cents saved In passage fares by purchasing local
League meeting In the afternoon.
--- numerous accessions to the church.It such duties a. were proper for him to the moon. tlokets from our agonta.

for perform, though, in case he were caught J;' Interchangeable tickets of Atlantic Coast Line Is.
: B. HARRIS Is on the program of sport WELAKA NEWS NOTES.Rev. thus: befriended it would go bard with n sue sold prior to June 1st will be wood on these lines In
have or two His Blessing. I
Fourth of July to one
ilu There of Florida and
protector. were many royal. '.. the state June 1st thereaftor.
,. Barber launch races on lake Crescent. There Mr. Gordon preached at the sts In hiding and Cromwell busied A little girl bad been allowed by her
Above books are on sale at all Coupon Agencies
Episcopal church last !Sunday. mother to visit the new minister'sfamily ]
In ,
launches commission
lire about a dozen himself hunting them out and getting
;. CRESCENT CITY. on tho lake here and as they Quite number of Welaklaus visit- rid of them that they should not con and stay for dinner. After the ATLANTIC COAST LINE f R. R. ttte

of various sizes the program/ la to i ed Palatka. the past week. tribute to the inutablllty of his govern preacher had finished asking a blessing .;::! .
are ",
the Impulsive child said "That For further Information, call on nearest Atlantic l
an shop and a clean, satlsfacr Mr. Walter Sweeney has to ment. The officer of the. troop wbo had
divide them Into classesfor racing! i gone Isn't tbe asks a bless !8. COOSB. Line Agent Call on or writ. to
,' Shave and Hair Cut Ruaran-; with a small prize for the Silver Springs for a visit. got on Oaunt's tracks, a red headed \vny my papa jI' I FRANK O. BOYLSTON A. W. FHITOT,

Try me. tf.nna purposes Inning launch of It. class. This Mrs. S. C. Middleton and little son Puritan who could sing psalms louder ing."And how does! your papa ask a -r.d Traveling Pone. Agent Division Fags. Agent
and In more guttural tones than any .
of Hastings of ttiii JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
spent couple days
of the most interesting blessing?" Inquired the minister.
will prove one here visiting her sister Mr. Dr. W. man In England. nibJe a vow that be ;
Private Hospital Rod sports of thaday': A. Brewster. would find him and turn him In at the "Why, ho ;Just says, 'Good heavens,

that Tower of London or live for forty days what a meal! "Liverpool Mercury
Borson assures us
Saultnrliini.facility Mayor Miss Bertha Morrison spent last
everything In the way of arrange- Sunday and Monday here visiting on bread and water. But weeks passed THE Bio HEAD .
i -- -- -
), for theAve. proper treatment wbllo the man he sought was serving
ire of IiIedIciI Itul ourCicibiIeI I : menta for the biff Fourth of July Mrs. E. S. Green. Is of two kinds-conceit and the big head
apptIt.nc.o. trall\.1 ou"' ... 'IIIt'tI4pnuI.t Is moving along regularlyand ( Messrs. L. J. and Duff MoLeod be Lady Esther whom he was leaning that comes from a sick headache. Does
.. barbecue Our Place of Business
.IIOK. 1 atlulUulBlvol\ to to love and who was learning to head ever fool like a gourd and Only .
junt. Ter..o on npplloatlol\ No. 48I that. the committee has been encouraged visited Jacksonville the past week. your
.. love blm. brain feel loose and sore? You can
I l.O. A.l>KLOCIi nvtonu F ubuud n. unwF. to look for a big crowd The Whist club met with Dr. and One day one of the peasant girls dIre your It In no time byactlniton your liver ia lit address below where we carry in stock a large supply of

fhvmulnne In oliargo.i rom the neighboring towns and Mrs. A. W.a Brewster very pleasant last Thursdayand evening, from whom Gaunt hud borrowed his with Ballard's Herblno. lan't It worth Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill Edgers, Planers, Shingle Machines

.country. The beeves and pork will the colors spent. for the coming" two weeks costume came to the lieU manor trying for tbe absolute and certain..relief Threshers in fact all Wood Working machinery, Saws, Belting and
..i want a Cool Drink has Mrs. JLovler' house to tell him that he bad been betreyod you tot> Hold by Aokerman-Stewart what and
you be barbecued by an expert who were won by Flgeley Drug Co. Supplitis.:,Wfiteilul, you want, we can supply you save you
and Dr. Brewster. Those presentwere and that the troopers were coning -
for the -
dealer for engaged money.
lour been Dr. /and Mrs. W. A. Brew ter.lorr. to take him. She bad run across A-National' Trait.A. .
: which ensures that this Important and Mrs. L. A. Morris, Mr. and country. thereby shortening the dlsunco. traveler returned from Jaffa tells

!>ttled Soda part. of the. program will be well per-. Irs.. O. L. Greenwood.! and Mrs. Gaunt ran up to Lady Esther's thin talent_ bill own expense. Having -4 /1 Malsby Co. .
., invitation to attend John Dallow Mr. and Mrs. Lovler -
formed. The room for a farewell before an arrest journeyed to the historical seaport ou
,i by the his big barbecue. and basket picnics Flgeley, M r.. J. V. Ward Mr. C. !B. which seemed Inevitable. Opening a his way to Jerusalem be succeeded lu
Packard and Mr. tu :J. MoLeod. 41S.EorsythSt.
City Bottling Works. general and provision will be Mrs. la here door concealed by tapestry she re- hiring a conveyance to carry him to _
made for feeding all comers from a GeorgeE. McLaughlin voided a space only deep enough for tbe station. By speech and gesture ha
visit to her Mrs.Dr.V.
"n a
Atlanta Ga.
[..lo.von-Oool, Refreshing, common table. All are welcome. A. Brewster.: ilm to stand upright. Informed the native driver that be ,
"Pull this cord" she said hastily, wished to be carried' In a leisurely,
it of committee will furnish abund- Rev. Mr. Black. preached at the
orating. You can get I The .
'and you will open a ventilator wblcb sightseeing fashion tbrouuh as many: -

I; local grocer. If not, send ince of meats, coltae lemonade. and J. lunday.Southern Methodist church last. will give you air. As soon as the troop- as 1,0..lblo') tho principal thoroughfares "Wlmt was there so remarkable ".

Ice water tree. Hon. Samuel era. are tula spring and the of Jaffa and to be delivered at
gone press Fat.
; to us.'RY F. C. Coohrane spent Saturday and about Hercules cleaning the Augean Tempting
) Ltllburn, the eloquent Palatka law Sunday' here. door will open of itself. But before the terminal just In time to take the stables?" asked the professor. "Dost bear that?" asked the fair
< SCHOOP democratic nominee for the coming out be sure there I la no danger outgoing train.
Prop. and
yer The young people had very pleasant "The fact answered tbo student maid mentioned by the Atlanta Jour-
House of Representatives, has. con dance In the club house last for if you are found bore it will be not lie bad no sooner seated himself In after some thought, "tliot so large a nal. There was a sound of a beavy
Palatka, Florida. sented to dellye the oration. There week quite a number from Fruit- only your ruin but mine." tbe vehicle 4iowever, than the driver government contract coold'ba fulfilled step.

will be games, boat racing, and dano- land. Pomona. Nashua and Satsuma Gaunt stepped Into the opening, and whipped up his horse and whirled thedismayed without anybody' being charged with 'TI. father. Fly sweetheart, fly I"

Notice! Come Everybody I were in attendance. I i I tbe Lady Esther closed the tapestry traveler at a furious pace graft."-WuHblngton Star. "You mean flee" corrected tile lover.
ng. door with click few minutes Inter through all the dust and over all the
will he ncelvod hv tho Board ofComml..lon. Methodist Episcopal Mrs. Henry Bryaut has returned a A "As ;you: like," said tbe maid "but
jr ... of Putnam Joiinty* The Orovesdale from Silver Springs .where she has the troopers rode up to the house. The tones of the notoriously rough streetsof this Is no time for entomological distinctions. -
Hr no>t mu: tliiK on July Hlb' 1WH, for church south, At a meeting met been visiting her daughter Mrs. red headed Puritan dismounted and Jaffa. The passenger was too busily ."
fan two iiilloi or Imnl roiul oc(Irnntlln, ;I
- uittlnni of wlilnh ran 1)0 noon wit It week, decided to raze its church Tydings. tramped In and upsUilrs. lie was met employed In saving bis bones to be Fine Care

iHfilonHtM r H. '1'. Joyner T.'J.,Hnffttrn rnndln, Putnam, Flu. Hall house lit Oru\'udal. and rebuild In Miss l Caroline Bryant has returned by Lady Esther. lIe made known to her able to see anything of the Interesting Dramatic. Nate.

'""-I rusarvu1 the rlulit to ri'Jeot any Crescent City on a lot yet to be de- from Southnrland where she has the object of his visit and was Invitedto town. There's nothing makes a man feel

hi.. The offlolal board of the been attending school the past search the bouse. Arriving at the station, be found that queerer than to have his wife describea
I JOHEPn Olurk. termined.
PBIQIC three lors under writer. Meanwhile his men had surrounded be still bad two hours to wait. Hair play to blm all wrong when he can't
has two or
church first choice Is the Messrs. John Green and Ed. Green- tbe premises -so that tbe man they "Why In tbo world" be demanded I correct her because be told ber be>

Sacks -Wanted. consideration. The and were In town last Saturday. sought should not get away. Tbe officer Indignantly, "dldyou ever hurry lUte didn't 80 to It-tha night. be worked late

purchase corn, out, feed cotfil otTat; the corner of Main street Making Friend.. went from room to room exploring/ that?" It's fine care that makes fine at tbe office.-New York Press

,. bntl and potatu snoks If In Central avenue belonging to \tr. T. A man picked up a stone because be every cranny and corner, thrusting "You American" responded tbe driver hair! Use Ayer's Hair Vigor

|condition.PAr.ATRA fC1II FACTORY. N. Oautler Miami; lie second Is was afraid of dogs. The dogs growl- .wont here and there but found ble// with an expressive sbrng., "All new improved formula, systematically One Cure.
at the corner of Main street and Id at Dim. one, and It he stabbed any one the victim American like go very much fast."- "1 believe I'll rock the boat." de-

NTED-Seoond hand bags andp Cypress avenue, belonging to }rr.. :J. So be picked up more stones, and the made no cry. finally be came to Youth's Companion. conscientiously, dared the man In the stern.

| ; any kind any quantity any. L. Maull and the third Is one of the dogs snarled at bin beels. Then begathered Lady Esther's room where she bad and you will get results We "Don't do It" advised hIs compnn-

L I jwe pay fralght. RICHMOND Summit street In the still wore stones. But when remained the while. "Ton won't forget me, sir, 1 hope" know it stops falling hair, cures ion. "It might discharge this unloaded
lots on
( 0., R .ohnlOnd.. Va... 5210t. Howe subdivision. The cost the atones became so heavy that be "I have had positive Information," said the hotel porter wbo bad doubts dandruff, and is a most elegant pistol I have In my Jeans."-Louisville*
-- ----- Crescent
the could carry them no longer be threw ha said "tbut John Gaunt claiming to as to his tIp."Certainly. Courier.Journal.
of the work of tearing down all be Earl of Carrensford In serving ;you not, Charles," replied the dressing. Entirely new. New __________ i
bem awuy.
: SUBSCRIBE: FOR THE building at Orovesdale and rebuildIng us maid. You biding him.. bottle. New contents. scales of.'
And the dogs came sad licked his ladya are cheery ;young tourist who was preparing A man never borrows the

ORIDA) IUlfS. UNION has been. nearly provided ,for by band New York Times. I give you the choice to surrender hint for departure. "I'll send you a plo- Dog nol ctiantt fA_ eel.?of rite Aafr Justice for tbe purpose of Weighing the .

subscription and It was not until that or go with me> to the Tower to await tOre postcard from the next Interesting Zarmnia" wKheeafl. Siesta shortcomings of. his neighbor.-Chicago
The Ortat Staff Paper the society dually the pleasure of tho lord protector.. News.
had been done that Poon MILL. place I stop at" 55o W'i eo FO'". ,
DAILY the work. An enquiry "U tho earL I here It III for ;you to You NBVXB OAK TELL A ....00.A' .
M Month."DIUIfDAYiMOM'l'R WOl determined l is often thought to be responsible for an tuft lUm. A* for here Is the i/ers. lI.m tou.... A. VITA' POTS?.
| Tw.lT. Hontlll.W.OU Into the religion complexion nfant's lose la weight l or general poAr safeguard JOe for and pro.tecbtl Just exactly the came of ;your rheumatism ...... d... ....... The moat delicate I part of a bAby I I" its
me te-
__-_) Semi-Weekly Hmes-UnfonanJ of the town's peopl.. r"y..a"o the facttbatther. health The eause usually I..* that. tatx" ( my. but you know you have it. Do bowel ..very. allmxnt that .II ..iilT..r.
know that Ballard's Snow Liniment Hair Vigor,ss made from our
Ayers now
get the you
Methodist child has worms They
former the
several with attacks the bowel also fndai
Farmer .and fruit Grower are ourl'hmene In the food find the baby She dre\y'a paper duly signed and will euro It'-relieves, the pain-reduce* new Improved formula, l Is tbe latest most 'urliill -.
have encouraged lu must ussies h. lIe of the I" "n>
PrMir here many of whom sealed by' England's ruler. Tbe officer the swelling and limbers the joints and scientific and In the best
ton or the 8.m.Wmkly! I t1 .tA". .,atually starve. Whites Oreamrmlfuge every way very McGe..V Baby. Elixir tmreitfilarrhn
tSO.to Airlonltiiral Tb. *ntf C,.....Fr.'''. 1.1.. the transplanting of the expels l the worn and nour- rend It, turned on his" heel and went mnsole, so that yon' will be as active and hair preparation ever placed upon the and all derangennitala' ot ih ,

_ \ Mill am tao. .r\f::" :\ IIep.ryeaI. church building. It I Ie understood l sbes the ohtlit, sure and safe FIlm 45enta. tramping down the staircase.By wall ... you ever. were. Pride) SIc, JIb mirket. For fslllnn h. and dandruff' it I stomauh djsuntarjr or bowel, tIGht, by Aofcermaa.*

1 iThnt-UslaiiJicUonilllifU. L.,Eaton has been engagedto Bold\ ;by Aske.nvwH3tewart prug this time John Gaunt hail been ate '$'..()O. Bold by Aokerman-Stewart:' Is the one grest medicine. Stewart Drug Co.
that Mr. 0- IIp'ot: Co. -1104.Sc thai.a. am C...-.. ,_-I !ro.,
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1 I / COUNCIL- ORDERS News Palatka Wins From Fernondina""" aWn.-1 i '" "" .

The Palatka) baseball team visited'ernandina Hairlighl
NEW SIDEWALKS last Monday and. playeda
victorious game with the fast team Tbega produce Fash ion'. Kennerly Hardware Co
of that city. The score wee V to /ft In Light, flexIble
Decree. !
Water. Lemon. Eleventh and favor of the Palalka nine. The Latest
Oak Streets are Embraced gs and $ 'ernandlna team I I. said to be one of and hjgeuic. At DBALKRHINHardware! -
in Th Order. the best amairurcluD In the state price of dOe
mention. $ and its most recent victory was over

The ettjr council met : NT.,1Nw he club at Brunswick 0... Torchon Laces ; Stoves
_. attrudancb Dillon ,
tao with nearly a full In the game on Monday
of inembers.ad all had their mlod.bent or Baunervllle was and Merrill constituted the Palalka Suitable for all purposes
1 on lmpro"euitnt You ..). ( battery.. Dillon pitched a splendid where durability is desired. Farm Implements and
1 wee n in tbeir .yea.. Thor "" went to Jackson earnand was iriven perfect support ;>e y"d
them at only
was last Taeday night. evening. bJ' Merrill. The members of the Get
i Some time 8iCO a proposition wa home team speak In the highestterms Garden Tools.
l>.f"re tbe eounell for a Baker of Melrose....n- of tbelr kind reception by the"eruandina Real Linen Laces,
otnmittoe.. to be composed of oo Clay. county| wee In boyn and the townspeoplesenerally. 13: .
member of the city council The Feriiand.naclubcomposed ; at lOc, 12J and < Fine Cutlery.
,. fix'm the board of bond trtmtee "'. Mr. P. Berry, I. of splendl.tyoung. menand
1 ot>* from the board of trade, .. ..". of Pomona flue ball player. They will Ready-Made Skirts
boslnra It would be to visit ou Wednesday. play return game iu Palatka on
eicie* to look Into the matter June 26th and SBth,-next week Special price ou all ReadyMade Agents for tbe celebrated
street pavement Tbe board of at How Thursday and Friday.The Skirts. A nice Skirt
truete declined for some reason night for benefit of St. schedule of games thus far arranged '- for 9"'c" > Oliver Chilled .,Plows.
Join .In_ t.Juo.'t.et.! but the C lIoC sidewalk fund. for thin city ale M* follows
appomtea rresiuent ri A. uaTi i R. I. Boardman Ocllla On., club will play attain American Beauty/ Corsetsare
and the board of trade appointed : well-known. citl- ibis after.
Mayor F. H. Wilson. i City were in the Arcadia Fla., next Monday and too well known to enlarge Planet Jr. Implements. I
This committee ball made lie Tuesday. June 22nd.' and iUJ.Fernsndjnn upon their merits .
and on Tuesday night made It* re June 25th and 26th.O.lo"lIIe :SOc; and 51.00. -- ,
port. The report In a lone one .n\ the 25tb 10." ba. July Fourth. I1
I the News cannot publish It all be and will be observed Daytona. Jacksonville< and. B rtnw -1
fore next week, when It will do '0.It by You're tbe. ladies of ;aint are> also arranging k>r game In Paatka Hallie H. Buky. THE
chow what helped the member.of It. soon and the management
the committee to arrive at 1- I I a leading truck fates to the New: that other games ftT Thl store doers ever Thuricyat
conclusion which Is as follow:: 1 .. of the prominent withgood, fast teethe promised' f p.m.
"After carefully considering all Volusla county was and will be announced later. I Kennerly Hardware Co.
tbe! data we have been able to gather city this week. I
... would recommend tbat the bal. j
ance of tbe paring bond la.ue.not *I of Dr. E. H. Arm From Mr. W. G. Tilghman. \ 'Patatka. Florida.
already appropriated be expended 1 eye specialist to Editor PALATKA NEWS:
lu !piling *.uui third street. ir..rti on July 15th. Tn- May I have. space In your columns _
Lemon to turel. with vitrified the Arlington HoteL to express myself Junto little nbou
brick mid all other streets witli/ :Ralph of'* St. Augus this election business. It Is over I I
e either Georgia cement rock marl ,. visiting her uncle am happy to say, and while It did I
M1 ? flint rock macadam or De Leon and Mrs. T. R. Llv- not iro to suit me altogether I HID
hell, and that the streets content. and willing to take my de- 1
roper.ly alto I* Miss Mabel
will ) ; $iib 't lat B30adaB
I graded and tbe paving hard. '' fret and say a* I always have, uaSho 93iihiailtNfp!
road material be from 18 to 20 feet I rbatl am-tilling, toabllf by what __
in width with a wood curb. \\e be.I of McMeekin. the majority say and make no com- Ij The Only
Complete Line I
sieve that by using any one of the county executive lalnt.
a material recommended that from the Baldwin pre Some: of the candidate III whom I e-s
20 to S* blocks Including Interjections .001r the prominent took the most interest met with the
can be paved with the balanceof I city yesterday. greatest: defeat, and. I am being congratulated $3 $3.50 $4 I of Furniture and House
the bond issue whereas with formerly of thi b brick only six or seven bluck can merchant ol ellow on my work being a help to
be paved." la the city this week him Instead of my man. This I I. lakes all! Lndi; d! women i i in the
''r The report wa .cc"l't-d and re. *and looking after. awful bad to be sure, and comes IT make world and aU Furnishings City.
't leered. to tbe proper committee. .. from tbe fact that I am not a 11011 tI- to a
Then the council got down to the clan and do.not know how. I hope I kinds of shoes U> pleads..l them.
sidewalk proposition with the result t' that granolithic sidewalk* were or. to US).'a la si 111 ..1- ensure me too bard for the letter I Still they can all be sjitej: wh! I I Capt.YYL t R Ryan Lemon !Mrsct!,
dared for the following streeU,: : each even wrote him, whlcb the Keunerly Me I .
Five foot sidewalk on west side Of this week bave .lon claim did so much to elect Mr.' "(ateeo Quality"thoc! -to Pslntluir1c

1 { Water street, from Main, to Reid. fine, Kennerly (an awful mistake to be varied and complete u the line. ai tEEEEEEEEFEFEEEEfFttttEEtEtttFEtaFEFtfEEffftBH,
I'' Ten foot walk on both tide ofWater Temple of are for Mr. Howl I.) I wrote this
Pythian I
I street, from Rid to Lemon. j an Important meet- letter to Mr., Howell. that he might We are suiting more women n. _
Ten foot walk botb side of hsve written proof from to show
i on June 33d. me .
Lemon street from Water Twelfth. I .evening are urgently re bat I bad not gone back nn him a* with them every day became: ).HU NI.iWlnV.WrW 'WNNNNN""i'' ,
y Five foot walk on botb side warn stated by the Kennerly friend day.
Eleventh street from Lemon to ReU. I had nothing'whatever to do withsing their reputation grows every

Five foot walk on botb sides of spent portl' lJ o or sending It out. Quality" wiJI l retain its i
Oak street from Third to Seventh In attendance :Mr.! Editor I have found that I do "Qyeen ) Bargains in Palafka. j|
street : meeting of tht not like politics. I have heard that shape longer than any other
yw specifications for these sld Pharmacy of which politicks" are' the worst of "ticks" ready made shoe. Try it once. I
walks prepared by City Engineer secretary-treasurer. and I believe It. and I think I know, :: .
Craig were adopted and tbe cl"rltwaa far I now have had experience with
Inter- I
Instructed to advertise for bids been in.of the city all. kinds. My, my but don't these I iti Farm or Town Property i
e in both tbe Palalka papers and to evening, Is getting fellows throw mud (I wish to say Herbert Crook ,
four Sunday issues of tbe Jackson satisfaction the right here that If Mr. Howell bas t
villa Times-Union.; I over throwu any mud I do not know it.) S
and Fletcher.
Tb water works' committee wa.1| the I f one bee much to do with them Palatka Fla I Timber Lands for Sale or Lease i
ordered to proceed and connect up B.splletchurcb, h. is most sure to get some of It. .
all the dead endof. the water main of Miss Ida B. Ltib, Ye sir, just the little time that I I
There are 63 of these connection to concert at Howell have been working with them andes
be made and the job will cost apt .? night, June 28ih. clean a* I have tried to be therehas ,
proximately tJ.OUO.: ( ill be published nest been some tbrown at me. I do
V The council also Instructed Chief lope It has not stuck very fast. I ea's I
of Police Ha,,nn to compel the Pif Ralph of St. Angus bave been accused. of falsehood by !
latka O. L A F. Co. and the .. and a part of saying Mr. L. W. Fennell would not i
Telephone Co. to remove .. p..latk"j city the guest of Miss serve .. Mr. Kennerly's deputy. 1 I Inch Metal frame are damaging shade trees. :! :Mis! Ralph was did not make any such report and 90
.,111. where she will yet I can use how It might have Mosquito Canopies I q;
normal. \grown out of what I did say Mr. j,,: Real Estate ;
J'n.. .. K. of P. of this "einiell said to me In writing that he $1a38. l
bought It doubtful hey ould
; very /
at. James Metbodlut :
serve a* deputy a. hi* health was Fire Life and Accident Insurance. !
: next Sunday night ,
very pool and that is what I tated,
memorial service '' Since Mr Kennerly will be the next : ::
\ be preached by the sheriff I am more than delighted :
Dull/ 11. hat Mr. Fennell will be hi* deputy. ''i" ; National I Surety Company :

left Tuesday for I feel that our dry people will be \\\ I '
r here be will spend leased with him .. he I. a dry man ijj ii of New York.
the parents. From rom the heart, and. a nice clean IL i
\ hi* mother gentleman in every particular. I. /j'' "'"
York. Mr. Keutlng. I thought: I had the right to speak ,.. ..
r Ocala about the first a few words In b.h..tr..f Mr. Howell !tli """'

B Dner. (who had done so much to help In ; 1t'/.JN'J.l1n'NM"NNmm.
I In the New : & the republican he dry cause) without being cenued ;;o:. >>HNmNljINm
1 city I I. authority for for It, In this I find I wa :! ;:..-- I .... .
nlstaluMi for I got censured ands -
t that,..every except white himself re IltiF cnsklng with It. But I will for This is only one of the s- .

voted In Tuesday's give him. Ortalnly he will forgive !many real bargains! awaiting -== hutriam: e i
Pharmacy: : : !
Special ", The statemeut ne for my efforts against him when I ; you at this store. 1Cewill I I
comment. hotalces tits to think. I was only PALATKA. FLORIDA.
acting: according to honest gave you money on ;
: Merrill a charmlug anent ;in an honest my cause with judge DOt anything; in the HOUSE I! Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and

of' Palatka returned the slightest Intention of doing a FURNISHING line. 1 Patents. :
You will not find ... after spend wrong to any DDK. PRESCRIPTIONS
o week a* the J. H. Yelverton Jr. CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
| la.uaodap.Vs..D.
offered here ken.MU"
are during t h r @ .t.laUor, ab.m.bem"I I'e
:: ;;on- Myrtle 'ave.:: ITEMS. Phone ion. Cor. Lemon and Ilxth f(1J' :... .:::. t-=-: I '
We are after your Record. :
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offering values that Henry Strum left The social given last week at the m r@ ----- --
I >'ew' Haven. Coun., residence of Rev. S.J.Townsend, for if.11; II is >a TISt&r :'G6kMdSitili':: ::II.QE> IL.aS1..J,

which we realize we to attend the annual tha Junior Christian Endeavorers,, rl

your trade and money. lay college tbat class out of Yale 140 and Several by them swings was and a great other success ontdoo. !h! ! !fifi! The Breakers by the Sea I

class of 2O years amusements were enjoyed. Sandwiches !fi ,
We DeliciousIce :
need not I certain that at least cake and lemonade were
here this reunion. served. it! SBA REEZE. FLORIDA.
offered, a glance Cream
... Walden the welt- hire J. T, Jenkins I
. I* home from a.e"en I .. Will be open June under Jlabbrt1'
to see their worth. who has "been spend weeks visit with her daughter. and the management of I. M.
4 lu Ibis city left this Mrs. N a m ii n Osteen of Kathleen
20 yards choice of all beet ) summer'Chautauqua Mrs. Osleen has been quite sick but Cold Drinks.Homemade !fi '" The house will be ;her plane than eT rbeon.( !
northern states. He was recovering at her' thoroughly .
r mother's de ; renovated and refurnished orenrubt
20 jBittinte 27 Inclio Candies !IiMj iI4 Single rooms
yard fancy of engagement' In parture. : j with without private bill tb
blOt b. IUrl
terns, (or 60 yd) well worth ... hU Fine fishing audthabest
ou way north Mr. S. Fenton celebrated his 80th 15 .$. InK III t hot orld. .

r 1 20 yards Wblte Check Xalnsoolc will be gone some ten birthday. by trimming tree. In hllItro..e L. A. SMITH SEA FOOD
all day. Mr.' Fenton say hi. A SPECIALTY A TRIAL SOUCTTW.H .
!j 2.yarde88lnch. Unbleached ., principal of tbe remarkable. ability nt hi* age I.I due RATES, $1.00 per day and of n..wi
upward to location
and graded school or to a "clean Ufa. Lemon St., Pal-Iks. according

t\ 20 yard 27 Inch good soft .. gone remain to Uainesvllle during the Children' Day nt the if. E. church y1; .41LJi..1E'11'3t&: : : .]GJIJII'_"1R +III .iatJtflfi II21ti/
: I wan observed by special muslo by .
Inch Hill Fruit ti) / Summer Normal the choir and J.
11 yard or ... of rhetoric .. !. sermon by the pastor
Knr "". '. :
I it i a. uooper.' zzu.u.a.1.U'l.uuun.u:
Il qo .. ami Prof. Doctors + For
11 yard* Ix>n dale flnlHh composition.
Mrs. M. V.
wide t2Ic value. . . selected each sum Milliard. left Saturday
to spend thesumuterwiththefamily For the New and Up-to-Date
past several years a. a of K. L. Armstrong & Barrows BestVOOD
s 9 yard genuine Lonsdkla( faculty of one of the Amherst Agricultural ButterHeld College president, of Furniture and
normal schools. Amheat
6 11 yard plain White Lawn, 12j MaMrs... Butterfleld I Is Eye Specialists. House Furnishing Good!j
Is a new placo of M" Milliard' daughter Aa the, w.. OItko..... 8..110. ,. limo Se. -....."",..
f or opened in the Boyd Butterfltld's summer at Lake Chum low prices
11 yard fancy I.a..n. at
street. It I I. .n'DP' plain, Vt., we quite envy Mrs. M'.. In very
10 yard 86 Inch Linen In white picture show and i a summer. the city, Go to
W. J.
Bynm an exper I Mrs. Jane
Hester .
yarde* Auto cloth (or 12So a a. new of Tb Edison" pictures Pro. Iikl are. kin.here and for a Mrs.visit E."'lIhIr.A. !Brush.Mrs. :of..Holllster J.. T. Jen-I I. send cut any length, I; R. S. Mooney,|

11 yard A F C Glnghnm, large; .| who have patronlz ,' .Oeo. Downing. Mr. J. Freer. your order to J.i I'alutka, FloridaUndertaking .
In high term of and three youngerehlldrenabd Roy W. VV. Bainbrldge's -
I 11 yard 36 inch Percale big ."_ Uauolefton the excursion to Jack.eonvllie.Mr. d ErabaWi ,
.. Fraser
Worth .. ( Cook of Pomona was remaining for New Wood Yard --
i 11 yards 81 Inch .. In the city an extended visit with relatives. ,
tf yard good Awning Stripe look In common with yes Chas. Brush of Augusta 0.... Join. at Stanton's 11
ed his
other men In the friend Carl Whlpp of Jack
7 yard AC A Tick. 21r mine democracy bas never sonville. In giving hi* mother Mr. Foundry LIE J IIII l 6 OI'rrnarnazrre
Is ilUgusted with E. A. Brush, a lurprlse. Tbe gentlHtiien DR ARMSTRONG, who U. II '
Choice of any P..fa.. I
In the 40. D<*''P
''' election In this Mr.\ and Mr*. Joseph Stock are now State will 10 htnre make regulllr ; .
The above are ... conducted and In In Gainesville, Mr. Stock taking up a day "I.ita to 1'lilatk. on Tuu.proflonal i Map Drawing, Etc.
nil course of Following
political parties study for the the
next six' Sccond Moo_ : : -
day of 2 FIB.
week each
stock to participation mooth. The Pa.1a.tk.a.
; Monday, but our IaUaee doctor epeo. .
1r with democrats Sunday the Whltcomb on .U forma of eye trouble : _

which we will offer not legally one of these pri Carleton were guests. of Master.boy}:of d. oaeneee reflex eomphcadonu..Stomach n..adal'b.. ... Nn"and. OIiBmtW 1\
conducted. Gillette
tronblea .
the next .. etc. T week (or until r by the system of
Tuesday Neurology .
8 .
Sprained Ankle. to. Mis Bees coming chronic trouble. over
Lyon. celebrated without
Reduced prices on &. a sprained ankle her 10th birthday or. operation Croee eyes dmJII
Injured for Games.oparty. to 19 cblldren. without kolfe. Otaeaea .tralgbteol!<' I Firecrackers andFireworks
poison fitted
a and for aU
anal .
out our store.If but by applying Cham- handsome souvenirs marked cake "red and Ofnce der., lintel.. Coneoltatlon free
observing lett"r" .
day Arlington
It's values you .each.. bottle faithfully 15th.ooo day Only.Satisfaction July
... In many cases li \
Agency for 1 w..k'. time. This lini USEMAURRo
remarkable Guaranteed '/lsAa.-
preparation Wholesale
This store closes or brulve. or when i&nousEPASTE ..r:...1 "t.. '.',. o: fIre' yoo' and Retail.,.. "
r < or muscular rheu .mllb .0.J o.i.et roar Out cud i al'

Saturdays. T' prompt are certain relief to whlcb be de.It KILLS THEM Off THff SPOT r.p.1r1n5 E.done 51 Dlc1e1. Mod lIe-taa M.'bl... CHAS. E. ROWTON Palatka, Fla.

by Aokerman-Btewar OtNUiE; SOLD ONLY IN o. EARLS ,
BOTTLES We always plea l ,. Dealer. Send for
( WAL DRUGtiST9ee lush Co....end -our 0.. patron-..eaoJ>lo w Wholesale Price List.
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