The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 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
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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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26. PALATKA, :FLORIDA, FRIDAY! JUNE 26, 1908.) tl. Per Year.

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.J. 'West Two homesenkrTs front Wisconsinwere The Juno l Issue of Tho Confederate tF
Palm Reich Is nrrmtulnjr for
I n irniDil Ivbrittlon of the Foutth of SUDDENLY guests at the Lake View on Veteran, the olllclal organ of the
July. Sunday-they were well pleased Confederate Veterans, In an
Complication of Diseases Caus- with the outlook here and expect to article entitled "Florida In "Statuary
Oov-nlect Qllclirlat hall been Invited return. Hall" has the following concerning
to orate at Ocala. on the Fourth ed Death at Princeton Wed Florida distinguished soldier and
of J illy. Messrs. Hoffman amid1'wlng droveto civilian 0,,", K. Kirby "Smith t
nesday Morning. Palatka on business this week "An article under the 'Last
The| stets llnnkcr'n' ABnu'l.nlon of
.., Florida IH In 8""al"'I'| tutluv H6lhe (Grover Cleveland, the rwentv-sie Mrs. H. W. Bruce of Gainesville is Surrender'/ appeared some time
Hotel Cmitliii'ntfil, Atlanllo HcncK oud President of this United States. a truest of Miss Grace Townsend. ago In the Washington Herald, and.
died nt his home lii Princeton, N. J., Mrs Bruce Is state superintendent of while it would be lllled with Interest -
I'lilllp Tauiicfl, formerly editor of Wednesday morning 8:40: o'uloc the Junior Christian Endeavor, and I to all Confederates and sympathisers
the Fort! JUvers Promt, IH now engulf from H complication of diseases lie In her honor Miss Grace entertainedat 16 has peculiar interest for vlFloridians.

ed In the tub nrlntluu; IHIIIIII..1IIt In had been suffering: for H long time tea the Juniors on Tuesday ev It refers to the fact that $$1
a '" Brooklyn; Y. from Indigestion which Indlrnoll ening. Florida is one of the several! states

,- the of his death.. It was not thus far represented In
was online Satuary
l ol. V. J. Hlilnirmn, furlll<'rly re- Letters received here that the
Mated that Mr. Cleveland 1 had sulfured cripple Hall, at Washington' and no graven
Oliver qf. the United BtntHa Land : troubles child sent from here to be "wal'dof Image: la yet in the national
from iriislro-lntestliml capitol
Y olllce at UaiueHvlIln, l In now mr>nAg- organic disease of the heart. and kkimys the Children' Home Society, 18110'11I of any of her distinguished sons.
log the.Aotne UctLI,1111 1 Jaokgonvllle.Theguvertumeat and heart, failure. Heart full able to walk. "She J Is one of the "Provision at last has been made

lini Hlcrl. and code three children taken some time since fOB Florida's
| 1 01)) unties are, pulmonary thrombosis partial representation
of jHimdhui Club wlilxky lit Jnckaonlll mil were the direct causes of his by name.. otSu'lokl..nd--an. aid will In the national hall of lame, ns the
the that the known be glat tully received by this noble State Legislature has made
ir on ground: wholly death. It was Tuesday night an appropriation
la iidultHi'Htnd I find inlabrnnilt contrary that President Cleveland's, rnndltlo society 'J his little girl was sent for a IIfe- lze statue of

to the pure. food 1 und tlruKiiuC.ChurlfH was very low, but tho fact wan kept from the home at Jacksonville to Jen. K.!) Kirby: Smith: who was
New York and from
city helplessness among the last, if not the
a secret by the phy.lcllsnd family actually
II. JclTnrni, I theatrical him been and cured.
operated on last of tile Confederate
for time Wednesday -
Though a mOI'UIng army commanders
mulc-ldcst of the lateJoseph 1
manager Ron
!a tr 79l't Jellerson there. was a show of rallying:, 1\ Children's Day was observed. at the to surrender.
l hi deed In New
OUR ) fp r Voile after nn lllnusu of several linking Bpell came and he died very Congregational church on "Sunday. "Gen. E. Kirby Smith was A Floridian Q,

'' STYLE weeks, Tho JvirnrBdii KHtate heldntereuHi iion afterward Mrs. Cleveland/ WHat As It wile also an observance of tbe by birth, and wus one of the
'PIERCE large at Wend' Palm Bench. the bedside. The children were National Flag Day the church was most stubborn fighters In the south.
NUMBER at their summer home In TumwoithN. betttuifollydeco'atedwhim, the stars Toward the close of the great: con
TOE ;il.. .' Attorney Qonernl W. H. Kills: und ; H., In care of.thelr grandmother and stripes-and the program fittingto flict he was stationed In 'Texas and
208 John It. ]Isuely of Tnllnhnmiee have Mra. Perrtne. the occasion Rev. Blackburn of bad command of the scattered remnants -

11. fanned a law" partnership us a sort of --i\ :Cleveland hat! been nullerlni Jacksonville, delivering the sermon. of the Confederate armies in

preliminary for the attorney Jl'eIlAr- from a llnglnK Illness that confined and the southwest.
Mr. Mrs. Blackburn
al'M future when he gone out of office him to his bed throughout: the winter and "Soon after his surrender he was
Master Irwin left
M ) sl isrL next: January. and spring at home and nt Lakewood, Monday for their elected president of the University I
tome in Jacksonville lifter
N. J. During the past two years hishealth a dnllghtu of the South at Sewanee, Tenn.,
WIf MkUhlpmnii Edward: H. Loftln of visit nt the Towuseml home.
and followed
.iqr Peimncola had been failing, but onlya the example of his Il
f ej the naval, who recently at pt'IIID..t..dfl'OIll : / year ago his condition gave cause. for E. J. McLendon of Holllxter bus lustrious commander In chief, Hob."rt .
nandeiny Annap- alarm. For several weeks he had extra smile all E. Lee in devoting himself
OH!| left this week for San' FrancU- an large now- on ao- assiduously -
where been at the Lakewood Hotel where count of n twelve pound boy at hie to the education of the i
co! ha la to join the Missouri of
his Illness forced him to remain after 101118.Mrs.. youth of the south. 1
the fleet for crulne to the
hattlnahlp a
1 the cloned. He was taken "Like Gen. Lee, he refused .
xC place was numerous
far F.asb and around the world. Eva Corthell Is the proud
homo only short time ago.; It was oilers of employment, any one I
The city council of Miami his mod. sometime after bis death Wednen- owner of a bull terrier dog-and of which accepted by him would

Q fled Ito Haloon ordiiinnort BO us top dny before. the n"wltU" given out. while Sport may love his mistress, have made him a rich nll lI. He preferred '
., HI'nilt of HureeiiA. and allow the BBIVlie 1'1'11' Drs. Bryant, Lock wood and hll certainly hates a hog, and on however, to give all of his /'
-of ... In attendance Tuesday engaged: in battle with a lime and his talents
IIlIl<'h. Under the original: CHrnochun. who were to building up
animal of that class. Mrs. Coi-
ordinance paNHed. I last/ fall there could gave out signed statemunt setting large/: at Senannenn Institution of learning
be no Bcruuim, no tabluH. or chairs forth heart failure us tlin and lilmln. eau: Id not be Rervvd There of death. using a fence rail. It was a threecornered could turn In the hour of greatest;

wan Jntr n t>,tr and the drinking had On hearing of the death of Grover fight, and though no dead nerd of their parents. .i
tr i> be In iflalu view of time utrctt. Cleveland) by telfgiam. I Irum Mm was left on the field, it was pretty "For this. sacilttce-hls memory Is
serious while It lasted.
Cleveland, President Roosevelt. soul revered In every southern household

READ THIS GUARANTEE ; IIIlhoKllnyltlb..r Over 86.000,0011) vupeiHclal bout the out Ion-sin of' the following reply fiom Oyster. Bay: Among the manv Improvements where his post-bellum record 1 la now

of Mrs. Roosevelt joins In very deepand being made In beautifying our lovelyittlu known."
West Africa ba
to I
are in ported
And take it as an absolute fact-j-ou can always si noure sympathy. I have abandoned town, we note the erection of
get perfect satisfaction! -eatlefaction hfonxh: l'.ns..ool duilnit the nextIghteen
deep and lusting-from a pair of months' by the firm of U. New London boat races so that If the construction by our genial! fellow
Sc: Co., of Louisville. Tills Is the Voters and Citizens of Putnam
BURT & -
: funeral held Thursday or Friday townsman, O. H. Kwing. He seems
In addition to the unrgoeo o( I'.dcedar can attend, but If on Saturday>. a number to: be going: slowly in Its building as County- : I IAccept
hero from Belize sincere
KORRECT SHAPE SHOES brought by of men are coming here from various !he leremaiks he 1 Is working for poster- my thanks, not
title firm, which wan recently or- only for the faithful work of
parts of the countiy on a business Ity (not 111* own by the way, as he Is my
Row. U. ianlzed, nnd the Increaned. friends but for the i
S. Pat Of' capital ;engagement which I cannot. hlldless), but he admits while the vigilance manifested -

FOR A. M. Hklnper' iv former conductor break. Will you direct some one to mlldlug will be a decided landmark by all in the primary election
MEN held June 16th.Vten
a ')1the Jacksonville Electric street wire me when and where the funerar for [Hissing' architects, the finer on the people
take such deep interest and
railway In Columbia will be held." of and original design "do
ar now living points beauty "
Our Guarantee The above Patent Ala., has written Hardy Croon, SKETCH OP' HIS 1,1 rE.' emanated from the fertile brain of safe.their own"Vox thinking, the Del country" Is

Th!. label IB In every "Burro.Japs' rojap" Fancy "Bur$4 manager/ of the company, encloHlnfr a Grover Cleveland wan the son of Utv. the Intorlaohen building committee. Latin proverb populi, ,and vox even, If Is It au in sold
heck for which he staled
Korrect Shape Shoe. Oxford are made $4I6 U Richard F. Cleveland and was born old fashioned I have !great faith. In
( i 1 1 A t aud Mtands.a,trunrantee that our popular "Pierce" toe i' money he "knocked down" while In March 11:1: 11137 In the Presb.tel'lnll1II""Be Mid-Summer Clothing Sale. UK tl'uth.'l'he i
the "Uurrojnpa" upper will Burt 8c Packard ho company's employ "It U not Caldwell Essex county, the of all thepowf'r
and are a very dressy, ill I took," odds the conscience at The Fearnslde Clothing company, people are source
,, not break through before the. N. Y. He was educated In the com Instead of waiting until after the of government and when u
Shoe. stricken It ,
stylish man, "hut IH nil I have.
first aole is worn through. "Llmiled"Re mon school and In the academy at fourth of July to inaugurate Its an- question has been submitted to them,.
,.US. Pot.Off. 5 Skipper Iglon., recently expel lenced re- Clinton. \Vbeis.17 years of age he mid-summer cut sale of cloth- I feel that It has been decided by the r

In the event of e "Burro japs"Shoe wearing contrary to thin Buy a Pair Today ( became a clerk and au assistant rag, has decided to begin at once BO highest: tribunal of the land. 1
guarantee the retailer from wbom these shoe were purchased ,lwrC The editor of the Calhoun D mn- teacher In the New Yolk Institution that the large number who usually To show my appreciation for the ,
Is authorised to replace ; rat at Ulnuntotown him been defeated for the blind. In 1856 he started west wait until the Fourth to make their nomination as clerk of the circuit
them. .with a new pair 'Maker .e r < .. for the Houne of ItepiesentJiIves III search of employment stopping at unnner purchases can have the ben- court, It shall be always my earnest
BROCKTON. MASS. 'ti'' That he doesn't take his Buffalo where ho was Induced to remain fit. Beginning with today the desire to serve you faithfully.
the following! 11'01)hie lash Usual us clerk and oopyest In a law olllce. per cent reduction on all summer "Sincerely yours,
There Is one very treat( fault In the He was admitted to the bar In II! O. weight clothing, and this Includes a HENRY HUTCHINSON.
Not only theBESTSHOES heart and mind of this editor and lIe was appointed assistant district line of the best made, most stylishly Crescent City June 18th, 1U08.)

that Is he bus a disposition some. attorney In 1BU3! and held the olllcu cut and fashionable fabrics of the

thinK; like that or an Indian-he can three years. 1 n 1WI5 he was the democratic year Thanks His Supporters.I .
keep quiet and wait for Ills turn to candidate for district attorney

< return n compliment." i but was defeated by I his Intimate HI. Desire to Rsform. wish to thank all my friends who
L. K. Uuss the republican voted for In the second
friend, me primary
The Astor building at the corner of Discussing poverty on one occasion,
He law. election for
candidate. ) practiced successfully County Commissionerfrom
and the Dutch and economist Van
Jay Holotlll1ltreets, Jacksonville, until 1870, nbeil he was poet District No,6.
has been purohsod thU, week eden!: said "We want reform and
by elected sheri of Erie county. In we I fully realized the fact, from start
Senator Tallaferro E. W. Lane andA. elected of Jiutfitlo want It about as badly as a Dutch student the that
1881 be was mayor to finish my race was up
but the best makes of'MEN'S and. "H. Hubbiird It. ,The who will remodel and was elected by the largest majority I knew in my youth. against one of the best citizens of
enlarge Is
building now ever given to a candidate for "This student's chum said to him Putnam county. There has not been
coupled by the Times-Union. It
built William Astor! that olllce. 'Look bore- I'm tired of tbe life any hard feeling any mud-slinging:
was by of New
York In He became known as the "Veto I've been loading for the past two' between Mr. Rogers/: and myself and
AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND ranked ns 1871V-undafor the {liundsoniesti many oflloe years Mayor," and by his vetoes saved the years. I'm going to reform. This mora- I have the kindest feeling and respect
In the first for all those who
building In the state. It Is of brick city nearly $1,000,000 yearof lug I shall attend a lecture' I were sincere i
In HIS he in and
his administration. : supporting electing him to
with stone cornices. and the Interiors "My student n confirmed idler '
was nominated as the democratic this olllce. With best wishes for the
FURNISHINGS. dressed with mahogany.The candidate for governor of New York, owned, put down his pipe and niwerod II success of our county,

Ocala Banner says "L,. 8.I his republican opponent being Chas. : Yours sincerely,
I, Light has been running for oltloe in J Folger, then secretary of the 'Yos; It- would be splendid to reform J. H. WVI.IB.

Union county for fourteen years, treasury of the United States He and yet the beer is very good

and has at last been rewarded. Ills was elected by a plurality of 11)2,854.): here this morning, Isn't it? I tell you Gen. Gilchrist is Thankful.To .
ambition and hU piitiuncH have 11ratiOed In a letter written to his brother on wbat weal: do. We'll let my dog Wil-

Fearnside His perBleteuov.hnwsthe the day of his election he announceda helm decide bother we reform or not.' the People of Florida:
Clothing Company manner of mini he I U. lib own precinct policy he intended to adopt, and "Wlluolm docldel How will be dot I wish to express my high appreciation I
: ; has always stood heroically by afterwards carried out, that !la "to for the vote given me In the
him. In the first and second prltnuns make the matter a business elllnjCe'ment It recent primary election. I feel pro-
he pot: every vote oust. That Is between the people of the state, 'oh. it Is very simple. We'll tell tbe foundly grateful. Before and during

ertnlnly a upland recommendation i and myself, In which the obligation! waiter to bring a piece of sausage. my candidacy I was. Floridian. I

We congrratiilnte Mr. lilKht.: on my side is to pel'form the duties Vo'll set the sausage beforeVllbelm, am a Floridian now I hope everyone I

Palatka Florida. Slr Light was elected a representative assigned: me with an eye single. to and 1C ho eats It we stay where we will fuel. that they are Floridians
In the legislature.. the Interest of my employers.. ore. If be doesn't we reform and go to and that this Imposes upon them the

-"-- The National! Democratic Conven- ectures.' "Washington Star. dut.yof working for the prosperity
tion met In Chlaago July Bed, 1884.: growth and development of our great.
Own Your Own Home t -----
On July 11th Grover Cleveland .was state. This can be best accomplished
Persistent Wooer.

'nu"nnnuttrnrnntrotiI ''''''' '' '' Real Estate For Sale.fine um Instructed Stop Paying by Rent the!lI owner to nominated President.. ns The their republican candidate candidate for- Charles Ijinclaeer woe a brother ofBlr and by Inculcating good fellowship a spirit I trust of I Kindness that all
I offer that beautiful lot overlooking / was James U. .miu.At. the Edwin "and for some years, says unpleasantness engendered: during:

I Finley Tucker the city and Ht. Johns River, This: ;November election Cleveland received the writer of "Leaves From a Life" the late political campaign will soon
gsurunco. two story dwelling ]house, in fine condition on Kirby St.: : lot Joins the Hon. E. S. Uilll (south Silt and Blalne 183!: xlectorlal "was the victim of the most extraordl- be like the campaign itself-a thingof

Real Estate: =3i. lot 100x150 artesian well and barn on pl'emise" Half f _de) Falntka Hehrlits for Two H nn- votes. He was unanimously. ,, : renoml- nary persecution that I should think the past. Had I been defeated I
dred fLHlU( (J0)) U I token this week. Lot nated at the national democratic. any man ever met with. An eccentrlo would have said, I regret I did not
i. Court If OUHO. Paiutku, Flu -- cash, balance at 7 per cent IB 200x100 feet and fronts on two convention In /Ht. Louis, June Uth woman fell desperately In love with receive enough votes but am thankful -

:=: with on edge of town treets. "A chance of a life time." 1888.!!! At the November election he I film and lined to him first with I for what I did receive
small farm of about 5 ncres dwelling::;, received 1H8 electoral vote. while pester In conclusion, I wish to express: my

eal Estate Bargains =5 known as "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash. H. M. de MONTMOLL1N 21)1) were oast Benjamin Harrison, the most extravagant love letters and thanks to the people of Florida for

:=: 5 miles from Paint Agent. the republican candidate Of the than by lying In wait for him when. giving: me not only enough votes,
o. 811-T o building lots In tho ==3'Hi = The Lippincott place on St. Johns Hirer, popular vote, howev..r (lie 0'el"1II1 received ever Ho left tbe houso. Finally she but many. more than enough to nominate

End,a bargain at |1'1"1' =3Jl ka one mile of river frontage. Accidents will! happen but the 6,540,829 to 6,480,868! for Harrison. Issued Invitations to the wedding prepared me for the high oltleo of Governor -

>. 5--A double Lorn3 for sale bpst.re uh..t..d. families keep Dr.llamas' > breakfast and an enormous cake of the great state of Florida.
tore on and
root,M Mot front by HO tout "g ()ther properties both in the City Country on I Kcleotrlo Oil for such emflrHiicles. At the close of his Mdinhilatrntton and called for poor Mr.\ Landseer In a Very sincerely,

tore now ranted 10 a. to. :=5 enayWns. Apply to HENRY STRUNZ. ; subdues the pain and March 4'h. 1H89, Mr. Cleveland retired -. carriage and pair the horses decked ALBERT W. UILCHRIHT.
If ft heals the hurts. to New York city where he reentered satin and she
/good InturoHt on mon,)' Infr: : out with white streamers
Nv"d l. Prlua only ftfm'< tt sold ;::: -- -- -- Smith uses fresh Oeornlik Oronm In upou the practice of his profession. herself dressed most gorgeously >srlda. a Denies the Allegation.Editor .

k. his Cream. Give But that was the end of the per-
== 4l Ice It a trial At the national democratic con- PALATKA NEWS:

i, IU1-.V good T-room dwelling == 7 vention which met In CFiUiHK"! June ecutlon. Her friends took her away, In your Issue of 19th Inst you PllhlIshed
Uio' Wont End!: on Dodge/ itroot, =3 l You get the bout groceries at lowest 21, 1882: he received l more than two- and Mr. Lnndscer remained a bachelor that I am "authority for the
Iflxloo,all modern cOnvonlnncI -::::: 1 pl'leel when you trade with A. thirds of the votes on the flint. ballot to the day of his death." statement that every ubll- bi

,SI Lens on easy puym
1 277 of the electurlal votes, .. E. voted In
Property : Forest of Strange Tr. George Tuesday's
onrud for, Inaur'oiixht S ,
= ,f \J} Ohlll Tonlo for chills, while Mr. Harrison reclved 145 and "

ants or Bold.Collected. a- ,''i)li The Gsnuina Ruby Ring Displayed In our Window? "7't' fever ed. Price colds 25 and ots,Jngrlppe a bottle.; gnarant Hold by- Mr.the James People's B. Weaver Party, the 22.:candidateof Of the. world Tbe most occupies extraordinary a tableland forest some In the six :'authority primary.I wish to for say that that statement I. am not: I was the

::=:s /' Ask or send for dotted curd in our store ; count \t/ all_ __drutfglsrs.n__ __ __ 417.18t_ ___ popular vote Mr. Cleveland received miles In width between SOD and coast 400 I not at or near the polling place on
have counted ,ito \'/ Ice 6.6 68,I 12, Harrison 6,1811,031, and feet above the loa near the west that day, and do not know who voted
Finley Tucker. /"'t' the dots and send the number you Try Smith's Cream Made of Mr. WeaverMrer. l.OUU.IiW.! He retired of Africa. The peculiarity of the tree or who did not. I do not question 4

ns No strings to this offer ; you do not have to y/0 pure, fresn Georgia Cream.WATF.DSeveral from ofllee March 4, 1807 mid removed ot this forest Is that though tbelr [ the fact that you were so Informed,

? to make purchase in order to havo prmlegs. of yyi active hneretlo to Princeton N. J., when he trunks nre as much as four feet la diameter as I heard the same report on Thurs ('

uummmmmu J U10 /A1 r counting. Ask fur dotted riiif?. 1I t} reliable m"c" in sell an article has since resided. Ho Is the first of they attain the height of only day a. m., from a good democrat,
/i of general: use. No family can well our Presidents who served a second one foot. No tree bears more than two but I deny being the author of the Y

nmi nr w iw""1r11B ii i t I 31An 1) w' do without.. Only reliable. men need term without being elected us his leaves and these attain a length of six statement,
: SMITH The Jeweler ".ply. Address Box 177, Oalnes- own successor! and a breadth ot two feet. The flowers Common report say that democrats -
i'i''t' yule, Fla. 268t.( President Cleveland's funeral will populists socialists Independents -
alka Lumber Gc.Mntuiriu I. mske crimson clusters.
1IAll 1I/ occur at o'clock this afternoon, and gorgeous. prohibitionists. foreigners: ,
.' Palatka, Florida. Send your next (grocery' order to A. his. hody will be laid to rest beside dagos and a blind negro voted at the
>turei'. of .) ralnger; flues stock In town. ,daughter In Princeton cemetery. Missed the Job. white democratic primary, Tuesday

i iiie and Cypress Watches. Try a Hamilton \ / The president and Mrs. Roosevelt, Molly-I lust dote on Uncle Barn's IBth Inst.I .
| /,' makes A m O
''I') and be Ha.tistted. Our Silverware Department leave Oyster B.iy on .a special train blnklng of Joining the navy at one are all good men (one excepted),

Mouldings, complete in Tea Sets Silver Sets, ilL Chests and } on Friday for Princeton' to attend time. Molly\ -Ob. why didn't you? Yours truly,
/' oir stock of Fanoy Stone t the funeral. They will return over JOHN K. M AKKHALL.Palatka '
See new
'} holly-Why, 1 w'ote to Ura secretary
and /' Family t tt the same route to Oyster Bay Immediately ) Fla., June 22d. 1908.
of tnnary for a position, as admiral tf
Rings.! \t/ after the funeral services. A
,'t' t beautiful orderedby but be did not weply.. -Juifce.
floral wreath was
ugh and d
Dresseu A little edn
ist. \M' forethought may you no
Closes July I be edit In hl.
the to
Contest president .
Ring .o.I.f trouble. who
/ "Suffered day and night Mm tnr- Any on mate** It aruin
Pine Lumber. I l on the aP lining and lust of Mrs. Roosevelt to lent of Itching; pll... Nothing t<> keep Chruherlalu's. Colto Cholera

,Ib -- [ Princeton to be placed by the bier helped tn. until I used Doa,,'. Oiiannt. and Dlnrrliom. Remedy at band kuow ,,
pd ._ and of the ex-president. this to be a twit.. For sale by Aokermaa-
m your order Chamberl Ia'8 nL" ae4m r It cured me pernmn 'lly-
"J.!!:;. e eeec: ccE: : I lino Glf nl. Ala. Stewart! Drug Co
-iIIIII ; cEeec: : c: .... R.s.r tn! .a' it moo U ropy Mw Wee.: PaUtk ;) John R.G rr ttvM yor. ,
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: THE PALATKA NEWS MACADAM ROADS road that It cost* to clean brick, that street. bad been Instrumental GET "
a good hardroad material would give In making their town attractive than I

more satisfaction.Mr. anything else which bas been proven -
.a Entered at; the Palatka: postofficemallable ARE FAVOREDFor C. H. Cbeatam a real estate by the number of home built thereby Your siid N.lg A.

slass.Pjlillshed. matter of the second dealer I* partial to brick. It only non-resident. Jre WD Show You I W. Herryday Co
PaJatlca. Residence 18 ft. wide. In preference to any fllher In Orlando we called upon the following I
Streets back won't ,
also Mr. O'Neal postmaster Rubbing the
material at \i the cost. He 1 I. gentlemen:
at PaUtka.: Kla., on -Brick too Coitly. In favor of granite curbing in preference and merchant; Mr. Holy.ed- ache. I Dealer In
Friday by to the concrete because the latter itor of the Rporter-Star; Bone. A Unlment nisy rle.e. I I
RUSSELL Committee Interviews Many Muaklpd I I* liable to crack and la ease It city clerk county superintendent OUBacksche }
VICKERS. Street dtyerts. should ever wanted to be moved It of roads and Mr. Dick- comes from the I

,, ;;;; could not be done satisfactorily son, chairman of county commissioner from tbe kidneys. Crate Material
11'..A. .. The
Wll.r following Is the full text of whereas granite curbing could be re- *. Doss's Kidney Fills get ,

the report sent into the City Council set. He also said that while brick Ur. O'Neal wa* kind enough to They ours sick kidneys.

j THE CANDIDATES. last week by the Joint; committeeof wa very noisy for residence streets take us around the city In bill automobile Here Is PaUtka proof that .of all Kinds.
& the council and board of trade appointed one could soon become accustomedto and we found the business Mrs. T. W. Tlllman, living i iBt.

The Republican National Convention to visit otber elite to enquire this noise. He said brick was per streets about eight: blocks, paved Palatla Fla.. says
I In Chicago last week nominated Into tbe merit. of various paving manent. 55 the cost was practicallyone with brick and all of the other streets Pil proven of more
; material: cost while shell road. require paved with clay shell and marl. the any remedy I had t Fruit and
; II. Taft
of Oblo for Pre.ldent.and
c Palatka. Florida. June 16th 1906. considerable>> maintenance charges.Mr. majority of them being clay procured for backache and kidney
; James 8. Sherman of New York To the Honorable City Council M. 'V. Stewart wholesale city limits. We Prior to taking them my

$ for Vice President.; The public services Palatka. Florida. druggist was In favor of any bard these clay streets superior to the De- most constantly, and I was }

of these distinguished men bas Gentlemen :- road material and called our attention Land .treet. owing. to the fact that lame tbat tome days could VegetableWraps.
la accordance with a to DeLand and Orlando a* example they properly graded and putdown around. I was unable to
been briefly summarized ae follows:: resolution passed by you on May 19. of what hard road. will do for i night, and In the morning
l WILLIAM HOWAKD TAFT. i 1908 we beg to advise that Inasmuch a town. The above named gentlemen were devoid of strength or energy.
1867-Born. Cincinnati. 0.. Septem-. a* the Board of Bond Trustee. would I Cblef Haney Is In favor of brick; I all In favor of vitrified brick for business eral remedies but nothing

tember 16. ion of Alpboneo Taft. not name anyone to represent them I think any other material only temporary streets, but for residence streets reach my case. I then saw .
Attorney-General of the United we proceeded with the investigationand and makeshift.Mr. and county roads do not think thereIs ney Pills so highly

"' State. 1876-7, and Louise :&1. (Tor- beg leave to report aa follows: Wilson contractor. (who erected anything; superior to roads mnJe procured a box at 3. H.
rey Taft. We spent May 28th and 29 tb In the the depot In Palatka). Is familiar with clay base and marl top. The drug store and began their. I
.' 1874.-Graduated from Woodward city of Jacksonville. We called with our street and while be Is In streets of Orlando are a credit to any tbe time I had taken the Palatka Florida.

I high school Clnelnuatl( and entered upon the following parties: Mr. Ime- favor of bitbol'tbie or brick, he consider city and have been the means of the box, I felt e much be''
Yale. son chief elerk of city engineer; that some material 1 less expensive making this city the progressive and continued until I had taken
4 1878-Graduated from Yale with de- George E. Mnndee, chief clerk of would be suitable for our attractive one it is today when the backaches had
i 4 icree of B. A., second In class of r city recorder; Mayor Sebrlna;; P. streets because tbe traffic would not We spent June llth In Valdosta kidneys were strengthened

twenty-one aalutatorlan and class Prloleau, city engineer; T. D. Oem warrant brick pavement. and Waycross Ga. In the formerwe better than before In ---- ---------
V orator. postmaster and former member of Mr. Oeo.H. Foster, contractor whoIs called upon Mr. Newman, city Kidney of gret -
r 1880-Graduated from Law School of board of public works; C. H. Cheat- also well acquainted with the conditions clerk; Mr Ganey city engineer, and me and Pil prove U. t.. BamLay j,
: Cincinnati College with degree of! am, real estate dealer: M. W. Stewart of our streets believes that a Mr. Roberts the mayor. Each of recomatendatlon.& tie : "unIBIL

'. LL. B.. dividing ilrst prize and wholesale druggist; Chief Baney good live shell or macadam with these gentlemen Informed tie that ly..dThe
', q admitted to Oblo bar. of tbe fire department; Mr. Wilson wood curbing would meet our requirements ValdOt contemplate paving its For sale by all dealers. Vermifuge G.

I 1881-LAW reporter on Cincinnati I contractor: George R. Foster contractor for a good many'year* to streets with some material Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, Loper BaieyC! J
Times, and later on Cincinnati ; Mr. Dignan merchant and come. He wa also of the opinion other than brick, whenever the city sole agents for the Unite
Commercial. former member of board of public that It costs more to clean brick than bas sufficient money; they have been Remember the THE GUmiTEEB Fire Insurance
i .4L 1882! -Assistant prosecuting attorney works; Mr. Barnard county engineer keep up bardroad material. experimenting with a waste product take no other.A :,
t 4t of Hamilton county Ohio. ; H. J. Klutbo architect; Fred Mr. Dignan. for six years memberof from a fertilizer factory, which material
r! 1883-Collector of Internal revenue., Long contractor; F. 8. Hodges, cap- the board of public ...work. believes costs them nothing but the T.ylnl Poiltloi. : WORMREMEDY Leading American and
$. ::4 First district of Ohio. italist; Senator A. S. Mann good es paving all business street with hauling. This make a fairly good An East paper ( Forl

r 1886-Assistant county solicitor of road. advocate; L. N. Wtlkie.'capitalist brick and where tbe traffic will war. &but on account of a certain acid lowing written by a natve CompaniesAccident
Hamilton county Ohio. ; and H. Alrd. banker and member rant It, but where the amount to te I In same kU. the grass and trees. nate In his diary while In a
kRl1JT' 1 Became judge Superior Courtof board of public work. expended I I. limited he believe In I There ten blocks of brick
Ohio. To the above parties we propounded using some otber material for reel-. pavement In the business section of tog po.lton: Insurance:

1890! -Solicitor general of the United I the following questions: dence streets because It enhances the I Valdosta and Mr. Gurney told us It "Up a tree where I adhere FAVORITE TONIC. The
States.3892Became. Q. What do you consider tbe best value of more property: and helps the, cost tbe city (18 00 per week to keep pain and discomposure while Travelers of Hartfii,;,
United States circuit paving material for residence streets? city generally. He called our attention same clean. roaring 1 a very awful O* ..........

Judge. Sixth: district.18U6 A. Thirteen said brick two ma- to several street which had We bad but an hour to spend In fire TIll I very S paap.no "IT 55 I' Life Insurance
-Became dean and professor In cadam. one asphalt, one bltboUthlc- been made of livesbell and macadam Waycross which time was spent In finer and causes m. great Liniment Co. :

law department University of Mr. Prloleau. city engineer would where the traffics had been very driving over the IItreet8.V..found have before reported to I-OUItJ MO. The
Cincinnati. not answer. heavy and same were in fair condition the business section paved with brick T hIs is two times he recommended b Old Reliable "GeLife" *
1900-Became President U. S. PhilIppine Q. What kind of paring do you i although built from eight: to and some of the residence streets and shouting .ple ,
V coming
Commission. consider the cheapest for residence twelve years ago although there has with shell and Georgia gravel principally & Stewart. of New York
I 1901-Appointed first civil governor streets In a town of 6,000 inhabitants, been very little spent on these for the latter. The other streets putting me op s tree and
of Philippine Islands. cost and everything considered? repairs. He felt very sure that we were all ... thereby giving behave like an last It i a
1802-Sent to Rome to confer with A. Four answered brick. four others could get macadam or shell roads. the town.el graed. appearance. ward fate to me, sod tbe SALE. Marine Insurance:

Pope Pins In regard to Philippines. answered brick If the city bad that with our traffic would last fir We noticed that the gravel ; i Inconsiderate."
19O4-Became Secretary of War In sufficient money and the property twelve or fifteen years with very little were In very fair condition, I of foreclosure made and The
, t President Roosevelt's Cabinet.: owner could stand the expense otherwise expense for cleaning or repairs. i In some places In need of repalr. but: Dr.The Pierce Mdfn Golden of bonest Medical lion e... Judge or the Mth JudicIal Leadimg Companiet
19U6 Made visit to Philippines and some hard road material; three He considered that the cost of keepIng taken altogether these are in full list of the Inifredlentt b' of Florida In and for
was given big reception in Japan. answered macadam. two hard road i In repair a good hardroad materIal a very creditable condition .print tbere In plain Knullih .,In cllo.prylulna.. ., .. a on the All Claims Promptltl
i! 190ft-Proclaimed United States Intervention material and four answered It de- would beabouteqnaltocleantnga We spent June 12th In Savannah ire and tonla has for proven the its cure rI: Jd. \, : II"pending wherein c.t.tn
, I la Cuba. dende upon circumstance brick pavement. The advantages of and called upon Mr. Haalam wholesale liver lila) It build : rK"ATriut Company M Trus Settled.
1907-Made tour of world, opened Q. For a city of, say four or five shell or macadam are that they will He kindly carried us down..nd.1. a. no olhertonlo ) o amoS the Pnlatka A

Philippine assembly and visited thousand Inhabitants with a limited absorb the bulk of tbe Impurities, to lIupple.bUldIDP. introducing us alcohol of It uN. The active : :i ',n Kfillnay.. I Oompnny.shall self la a front Cor Office,.1M front 8t,
plea roots such ai
I Emperor Nicholas of Russia. bond Issue say IW.OUO flS.OUO of whereas brick will not and same are to the and also Mr Qnern'e root.Stone and Mandrake .door In time City of Pal Pu'f.1rIIIICIa
I 19US-Nominated by Republican which has already been expended for very unsanitary unless kept properly Moore of the county com- root and lllack cherr>'bark are of Putnam,on the.
party at national convention In brick paving on business street and I cleaned.Mr. m Dlembr. preserved bv the UB.of chemically Of JULY A. I). MOB,
the other streets to be refined glycerine. Bend to Dr. R the flntt Mondny In the ca Clarr.; :;::,
-J. paved .
Chicago aa Its candidate for Pres- being Barnard county engineer; Mr. More recommended street 16' Buffalo N. Y..for free '. !
legal the
' dent of the United States.: residence streets, would you advise say that Duval county bas experimented feet ....Id. wood curb and paved with w.U-recoKnlxed: medical bkl.1, I ..Ie. to the hlKbent day bidder for
:r WHO SHERMAN IS. spending the balance on brick at $1.64 with good many material Georgia gravel.; He was of the opm I. Dra. Bartholow, King, Bcudder, \ : .Ing detwrlbml property, to- JJ Let us know )'ourGrocer
,,, per square yard and curbing at 40o aud be I* of the opinion tnat macadam I ion we could get same delivered In l llnswood for : :trI roots can L l rulTrond of the Palatka A u
James Schoolcraft upon curatIve action u I
Republican nominee for Sherman the per foot for a very limited area or Is the best If properly put down Palatka for about $26,00 per car of 2O atatea of the atomach & Pnlatka I Railway Uelvuu Company In Put In
vice presi would you advise a good hardroad next to that live shell; he considersold cubic yards and that it would takeabout eeatton or dyapepula at well a* In I Flo.hl., together with It. 1 '
dent Is from Utica, N. Y. He Is material If same could be put down shell no good because It grinds 80 cars to the mile. dl.ea.ea".where there la low of ; ol..y.I..n..( track.
down of the
, enth congressman; district.from Mr.the Sherman Twenty-sev or about one-third to one-half the and blows away very rapidly unless Practically al of the county roads &runnlnl syntem ,: : :% .' grounds lionten, ,ntulea alablea, ,material, fenceS: I
r was cost of brick? I kept dampened. He objects to Georgia and several the city streets are The Word "Newt. I swItches now own
born In Utica Oct. : : .
24. 1865. He :
received A. Fourteen answered yes; three I ; and Interlachen gravel on account l laid with Georgia gravel and from i a On the derivation of : : .5 height. Ktrvot Hall g| Wants
an academic and collealate answered Mr. Prloleau ,and of I lint Block of I p pu
education graduating from Hamilton would nOt; engineer I of its non-cementing qualities, personal examination we found same "news,1* which has been a uk .I' <2> of, 1".t'. I.nd-
not answer as. be said consequently It will wash away, and In very satisfactory condition. Heights. '
college; In tbe clans of 1878. He i It was a point for a financier to determine. i It is than many learned philologists, being County
more equal to ah..1 for Mr. Wlllink. director of publicworks. "" a lllock of land now and we will be toil
Is pleated
practicing lawyer been following
; having : A
Hulghti Street
d ust. Is In favor P"la'k.
admitted to the bar In l&HU.! Mr. qif would advise the latt..r.wbat of asphalt for rest The word explains Itself 1 : together with nil the a furnish with the !
you Mr. H. J. Klutbo, archiect. was In dence streets and brick for heavy .. of the nald Htree you 11
Sherman Is also president of the ; And the four r
material would you advise and favor of brick but understood traffic. He does not consider I.t.rl apeak : ', all and singular the a goods obtainable
Utica Trust any : ; at
& cornea .n. eurprin
Deposit Company and how w : thereof .
put down? our he favored other material suitable aa may be um president of the New Hartford Canning A. Nine answered macadam two : kind clrcum.t&cea materialand l where for city pay Frm north, .ait west and the nmou.t decreed to b u ingly low prices. I ij
L Company. He bas been any ing there Is any amount o if solution's made. and au cot,. :
prom shell, while seven did not Know what plenty of It In to traffic Bach i"p"1UCHAKD
inent In politics having been preference only heavy ; but for place where qua.r gives account F. ADAMH a None but First-class goodi
. mayor to say. one or two streets paveS with brtck traffic is no heavier than It would be I.. Hiwclal M aiter. n.
of linen Utica national In 184;convention delegate to In Repub 1892 Q. What Is tbe minimum width 'I because it enhances the value of anytown on an ordinary county road near such Minneapolis June 6Ib.I18NOTICE. a find shelf room here. Wa II:

; you would recommend for paving to have plenty of good; hard a city as Savannah be considers
chairman New York want to
Republican residence streets in a town of I would oonvilmceyouofthiI,j
6,000 streets and It be a much better Georgia gravel suitable. He Informed .
convention in 1895! and g
chairman Republican: national again In 1SXJO: i Inhabitants? advertisement than to have onlya us that It cost Savannah per year How's This! Florida June IT, 1S08.( BO come and see for yonnell,j ja
committee A. One answered Iff ft.
one 18 ft., limited amount of brick and the 2.8
I cents yd. to clean vitrified .
per sq. we offer One Hundred be received
In 19u6: was elected to the Dollars- by the City or phone order in
Fiftieth. seven 20 ft., six, 24 ft.. three 80 ft. balance of the streets sandy and brick and 1.2 cents to keep the abel Li case of Catarrh that connitt, be i City of your fejM
Fifty-first Fifty-third Fif. Q. In paving a residence street In would also avoid the dissatisfaction I and gravel In Catarrh Cure Palatka. until No. and will
pavement repair. 7
ty-fourth p. for the 8 recemja !;
FIfty-flfth i
Fifty-sixth, a town of 6,000 Inhabitants with arise F.J. CHENEY CO. 1. cwistruc-
material of
sure to by giving some the We to advise
regret tbat ,
}Fifty-seventh Fifty-eight and Fifty- we were We the unI."oe.' hire ; thousand five hundred and careful
other than brick would you property owners the best unable to for tlie. : prompt ttttfrj
ninth and reelected very pave- get any data a. to the cost b l.v. ( ( ) yards or
to tbe Sixtieth congresaes; was recommend curbing? ment when other get nothing. per square yard of these various materials honorable In a''I l buMlnfas '. \according to granolithic a tion. ,
congress. A. Seven answered clallv ab C to carry out plans and I
six id
yes; answered Mr. Fred Long contractor said It i other than that furnished by by hla firm any In
The people of Florida( have selected yes, If only wood three answered was cheaper to keep a good; hardroad Mr. Qeo. E. Mundee and Mr. Long. W O. KIXIA k reserves the fn.ln..pr otlce. u Free- delivery.L.C.Stephens. I I
not necessary and two said i repair than to sweep a brick pave. Foster" Long are now 'holfsule llruRKlnU, ; i I
a solid Bryan delegation to the they could not con.truct Hall Catarrh Cure la talmu ;, all bliU. For Informn-
: say. ment.- He Is also In favor of macadam ing i several miles of flint directly i
upon thoblowlaud nrv
Denver convention. Q. What kind of curbing do you of a width of 18 ft. He 1* nowbaldlnp am roads for Duval county at 880 per, thesyeMiii. TuUmunl.l.sent E. CRAb EnitliK-or. !
consider the best costand everything ; several mie. of macadam I s q. yard. this material being hauled per 011., druirglsia I City Enfr.
Editor Bit tin jeer of Ocala baa again considered granite or combination Duval which he I from three to live miles. T.k. H.I'm Family Pills tor 1. TBr A Y. City clerk. I

been defeated for the House of Representatives concrete curb and gutter? kindly took us over; we found tbe m Afte carefully I he Th. a Grocer, I
A. Eieven answered conlllderldlt..1 Left Twin. For Cordvrood. i
granite; one,, tnaoadam roads that had been built we have we
but tbe Banner says be C concrete while Six did not know. six months better than the ones just would recommend Iather. is The survlvur of twinsIn I Fla. May 8th, g i Kirby and Morris Stress, I
Is taking defeat "so good natnredly You will note that. thirteen out of! built and the roads that have stood b of the paving bond tat not already crole with "IIIIUI powers ? b" received until 10. i

tbat he really seems to enJoy| It." I eighteen were in favor of brick until I year are still better appropriated.. be expended in paving lor. I,. taKea! Ills l.h11. wIth for "rnlshlnir; at the I Florida. I
-- I they knew the existing conditions I Mr. F. S. Hodges; capitalist rothI South Third street from Lemon to enth Still aiij \itt Hie { Station twenty cords Palatka, I IaOliiaiccrIrrrrIrtt
D. H. May. of Monticello after 15' here then fourteen out of the eighteen around the different streets Laurel with vitrified brick and al 11 1 caul. .\1 111..ire cblJ| | mouth, more or less for I II
e were In favor of some good bard- pointing out the merits and defects other streets with
of either Georgia either Bids
years peralntent offloe seeking Is t cement "I"i powers of received for both
road 1.1
material same could be laid I i in some of the materials used. The rock marl.fiintrock )
at last to have his reward. He has I : from one-third to one-bait the macadam dor.tmiM. t.) 1. with -
cost I defects principally In Georgia and or DeLeon shell, and that the streets: Ilrt'l the
defeated J. Walter Kehoe for Congress : of brick. terluun !j.owei of siwoud : right; to re-
Interlachen gravel were on account be properly graded; and the pavlnf bld..
In tbe Mr. meson chief clerk of the city of their cementing, ie..s. KiiBlund.! ." an.v.. a. al
l Third District by the i thereby caus material be from 18 tc : to J. E. European "
closest kind of a margin-so close I engineer was heartily In favor of a l Ing considerable wash, with even the 2 feet In width pith a wood curb as' his bu.,> ou "FolkMoJIclno.. ; CRAI CIty KeslaDitj
r macadam seven Inch center and flve small amount of rain that has falel per drawing No.1 hereto attached. kuowu fnuilllurly us a 'left
that there may be a contest and re Inch side well crowned with a wood I s since were built. The best : We believe that by using anyone s child ttho ban Btmlved ; : Furnished

count. curb. He thought brick was very road wa of material from near MaCOn of the materials recommended that twin-U tliuuglit to hare the ; For the Wia. Hot and Cold Bating
---- objectionable for residence street nu which seemed to be a .or rock from 2 to blocks, including Inter ctirlug (lbs the Bret
"If politics may be called a game account of being too noisy; shell. he which had cemented Int fine, 8ectonll. 2 be paved with the bal times Into Ihru.1! by "' road? "When signpost on the At

, no person wbo cannot laugb when considered very unsatisfactory, un- smooth surface. This was laid about bond Issue, whereas, with I Ih. I.otl.ltd woman
. lie loses should play at all."-Oov. less considered you had live shell, and then he four year ago and oiled about a year brick only six or seven blocks can be patient folklore,I Is of the opposite sex.: I I she I vitoal a man Charles (
It to pure KupperWf
none good. He said ago. Mr. Hodges: thought Palatka paved. alll simple. a community
I N. B. Broward. Of course In a little Georgia or luterlachen gravel was, would be making a big mistake if Respectfully submitted by country notion generally or a that It Is -

I matter like this the governor donsn't subject to weather conditions; that they used all their. available pawing HOWELL A. DAVIS, U talus are boy and girl te couot w.Y.-Bud Palatka FU.

refer to "tbe smile that won't come Is I In rainy weather. It was niuddy money for a few street only of brick Representing City Council.I will never become a
off. and in dry ..weather very dusty paving. leaving the rest of the streets F. H. WILSON, physiology of the
Macadam. he said was very dusty In their present condlton. as he felt Board of 1'rade.Stokton but there Is subject., l Is I To nuitliieiw M. n, l'ro(
R..pr..8.ntlUI .... but
Tbe but would shed water and not be sure that the most toilet. Drol.hl" Interer. the most Men and Others:
Metropolis of muddy In rainy weather. Oiling any) Important streets could be covered Idea nut for she '
Thursday evening after the primary road was expensive and unsatisfact with aome satisfactory material that Ifa People. met wIth Jf I tbut the "ae"l '. hut .well .frquet. pal. I have opened &n office wit M'J-'j.

congratulated the people of Floridaon ory. would last for years with a very twins I* the average .- stons. For on Front street sod &p"I
Jacksonville !
the nomination of Oen. Ollchrlst: Mr. George E. Mundee, chief clerkof small expenditure for keeping same The Fla., June 18, 1908. ways difficult to prove a aU kinds of stenogmpblouWIwriting
city recorder was. In favor of ma up thereby benefiting the whole People of l'iorld.: It Is very doubtful whether work either by pl J o Itrt.
and expressed the that The .. fuS
opinion .
they cadam. Said Jacksonville, have l
was getting city. this IJI)
, had done wisely la selecting Mr. some streets paved from 66o to, Senator A. S. Mann good mad ad. feat been for held and the result Is my de por any extent notion of limited l, ? HaY Kidney
nomination whatever.
Fletcher .as United Statas Senator. two per yd., according the amountof vocate. Is In favor of any hardrond While the for Governor. more probable It May Manton Patterns 10 l
grading and width of street material If oiled he public servlae corporations that their
properly; and
The Metropolis generally shows Its These prices Included the oust of ourwaitimirt until the new suggested oil and saloon people have tri erenat I. lIkely to b. Never SUSDect IL I By mall 120. I.N.DUlTJ.
. hand after the event-never before curbing.; Mr. Muudep kindly went road In Jacksonville had been givena umphed temporarily, yet the ulti to normal .' 01 Kidney DI_ ,

with us over several streets and called good; test. mate victory the great principles. do not realize the alarm. Jlaster'n Sale l .
Bob McNamee baa been defeated our attention to the macadam Mr. L. N. Wllkle. oa I contended for Is absolutely certain. remarkable : Special

for state senator from HHUborough around the beltknown a* the coon y thought a mistake would be lt.lst. I made a clean straightforward ARE YOU 01' kidneydiseale' prevlency I UNDER AND IN AWOBDAC| f21
road.. He and unequivocal campaign u a anal decree of l rwr'0Juuiri' !
county by over 800 votes. McNamee estimated that on an average in paving but a few streets with makinI WhieJudneydi. ; a
plain rendered the Hon.
boldly as 'l'hst by
one hundred vehicle brick when with the was my ib* ''
an hour
same amount of .
you bay I of time Mlghtli
was the candidate of tbe saloon element position on the PU&BI .udlolalllru"
public :
,. day and night passed over this road money of the resldnnce streets questions now D kuow most common I of riorlilu. ill "
and nil political undoing WHS some of these vehicles being heavy could mos with some hardroad agitating the minds of the people. Wars t., the 8.. diseases that laid Olroula t.r'I In and t R"

accomplished by Don. C. McMulleif lumber wagons drawn by four horses material and tbe latter would Increase 1 have no apologies to n1Ikt'. I bow sad r.. ..dud'\ hl the vai. they pre are I County, .. .,..bY inwherein "iL I 'Iaud
to the will of the Anu"WII. i
who boldly declared In favor of submitting ,. ; still the road wan in good shape the value of more property I became majority. 1 Why tab.'.:obme .u the last I I. :. 1 "A..I.I. ,,.|
although It I I. iu need of some repair thereby helping the whole town more a candidate for governor I. ... .when, recognized i-oiiiplaunaiit, ud HurrY -
to the people an amendment owing to the neglect of the county than a block. of brick would' at the request of ninny sincere MAttE.AND..1 FREEZE Why Oct patient and by Henry A. Hoaih) anil .I", !"

to the Constitution prohibiting the official This road Is traveled more tbe balance of the streets were I friends, who have stood by mu loyal. I. 10 YOUR OWN ICE who pb- a .eorporatloii.ii, and the, Johuauil lo.. are upl".1> "

'sale of liquor In Florida. In one hour than any street in Palat In their present condition. ly In the contest. 1"0 grateful not FOR MINUTES -- .ieanl 1' ) ".,. Matu, A. U.: leSt, 1 .11,111> ill ,
only to them but beach and Ie* PLATE with 'M p auuiluti'lor caabat Ihw i ffljfli d.
ka would be In a day. We spent June 1st in DeLand and every ol'eeg., while the '
Albert M.Williamson, editor of the Mayor Sebrlng I III In favor of almost Orlando calling on the following. One both who supported and voted for me Jtn-0 ICE the #rt uouuty Hours) llouae.,ou tne In First Pnlatka."""1 :;: "

j Floridian, Iu discussing the mysterious I- anything: In preference to brick on parties In DeLand: 'Mr. Wood banker The on May 19th and June 18th. To Dc.Yltem Seine Uilii, 'b.8IXTUDAY0J. "
account of brick being so noisy. and mayor: Mr. McLeod city primary 1)'lItel needs perfec I I. 1... CEj ( in th knowle.lglI JULY, A "
originator nf Dr. Boggs; whisky: Mr. Prloleau city engineer was I In; clerk ; Mr. Gould, city treasurer and ting, and I urge you to consider the : Dr. Kilnez'so.I of mneII ..
: and boodle charge; In the late cam- favor. of brick although he said I It Judge Stewart.V: drove around question and support such changes :of r.r. :. b.atim,1: great kidney I .. mellowing lots,irmeis.or.
paign say,: "\Ve don't express ourselves was very noisy; In tact he said he the city with Mr. U. B. Helden. We In the system as will most effectual .ot'I." .m,.1.. 'a'bl. i in cori.g rbeunl.U8m. 1,11" Ild. taluS eltujid.In IO' I,':
t thus freely because we have lived ou a street paved with brick: found that all the paved streets were hIs ly eradicate unclean and dishonora .bo5bl., A good I. .am pars and, klne1.. lver. P.ln.o.01 Htt 01 deocrietat '! .
and when he went home at night he laid with shell part of same coming methods to. for a doU.orwo. of blader In the. County' 01 t'111011Vlorm.is. "
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any patience with all of this 'Injured simply looked at his family aa they from DeLeon Springs balance from Our form of government demands 2 .and wU t.ames h._ to bold : I viii MeI'i a 1u&rl.

Innocence' In pretending that the could not talk and be heard. Several shell mound in city Imltll. owned by of selfishness you. not only diligence, hut un- demo.pwks4 an,,," lu C CRE.u io pasting it. or water bad iTt,.nto"n Township(tart Ten, East.of (lUi., ::0 S

whisky: dealers were not subscribing of our question Mr. Prloleau did; the city. These not In and a realization of tbe FI""ru f45j// use of liquor, wine : .".10 the. M'..ohu. .1..1.0'
to this campaign. The not care to answer, one especially, the best of_ condition but tills Is duty of oltlienshlp. The voters roust h" .SB "_ ., that unpiesacut or her Tbr\" HI"" 55
money man claiming that It wa ,a point for a largely due to the fact that they are be made to understand the ballot Is Bld by all to ae oil nine P..lk..I.b. pet j
who says they did not Is either a financier to determine. not properly graded for shedding water trust commute I to them by gov. "T 0.ro ea. compeled get go of tel los BOOM 'i'oHlnv.an..ol bU"4.
I fool. Their Postmaster Oerow In favor of eminent and not to be I R. tp many 5510
knave or a> Interests wee and furthermore the shell was ought made night The mild inrtn by the south line Ll: T-i tf'
,' wore at stake, and self preservation bell and macadam for residence merely dumped In the streets and a case of and sale and of nine Block and '1hn" !JJSu ''
and called attention to I urge my friends A S.apRot: thereon, on the weal '
our a not properly rolled nor have everywhere not he.lthy It "
fully warranted these contributionsno the.1 t.o lose heart but m..n 18 a k / 'kttoher street, auil :r.tbu"o' i ,,
block of macadam on Church stree t. streets any curbing fight for right and OWI right; an lug cures of time h/gbet f..lt.I..1 110Th) .
matter bow liberal they may In front of the residence of Senator The city clerk Mr. MoLeod, informed Justine regardless of consequences unhappy a.e.U'lh."lb, if you need a mOt di. ,' IU.O' Ibu,

have been." To be of course-that's Tnlllaferro; he said be believed this us that there were about ten "Who saves his country saves. all tars builijs up the be.t. Sold medae eliot Three Uuudr wet( I t..,
the point. lie all right for the bad been down for about 11 y.eiit miles of shell streets of various {things. and all things saved val well. uuna Health / and drC- aud :ice iInndrd and 'rweot1"feet
and that very little had been widths, from eight to forty feet the bless him; a .Is. thereon.And .. I .
whisky interests of the country to We examined this block. ""'ho lets sample bottle a such pale' bln, .
for repair majority being about twelve feet and hla ooan'rydle lets all FOR REN'r-Two all up.. .. m.
mix In politics and contribute money and found same In fair condition. that the city In tbe pant ten or twelve. things die. and cii dying talf". desirably seven free, I and eloslo.ifulllciuB. d.I. t
and booze to debauch elections, but :Mr. Harry Alrd member board of year had spent t.30 Iu building Our" him" thing llew. all moderit located { ee Dr. ._ a: H.UALHOLl.
work. I. to brick these streets. especial .
public very partial I 1..r
lift* N. U. Bing. -d' "
moment preacher
a patriotic STOCKTON partcular. apply
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t although of the opinion that If the All of the above named gentlemenare til. olflce. When ? .
bis voice III warning be i Ie mixing am* amount of money wa expended In favor of shell streets. They See Oralnper tot M n.t Ih", this Ro.__ rH.. KSSff&Sffil*, ,
where be ought not to mix. each year for maintaining a bard stated that they considered these Iu the city Prices Scenes.. Best In BEST LITER itt the WII .. but paper and doa' .
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wlTeea.ooa take their .ora for It.-A. I '. SwampRot&te ghambrlaiD'S'CGL.jLt! R

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Notice I. 1'robY, 'ven' that the tolloWIl' deeurJhed. thereof. ..3 n4 r
bo "r..nry IoJIIIY il bh, "" 01'.0 much n. will) ..
wlfh tlutcoxEO n,1" duo fortaxn4 1""ln std > to leis ."11I".10"1",1' '
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xuohulonaulndvurtlsingwlll Iasold .. aS OWNER. OWNER.
DAY auOLlonOn IuXTIl
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JULY A. 1),11011I ab l'fllatka I'utuane d .. 1.1:
:! [Copyright,. I90S, by T. C. MoClur..L In Iho County or & .51 d ::! -.l god

IOn tbe P. and p. steamer Bonny = : --. .==-= t hI .. 0 :::
DUo bound for Calcutta, wo bad I t !:-t I 9

rd MonBon, lord high commissioner ._ __ .
Brltlsu Burma. .' ., Lots B and 6yblk B02. p..lalk.. 0 W Dromw.lI. 362
/. ''II .- 3DEBCRlP'1'IoN. Part of lot 4 bk J page 411 .... .. a 10 27 12Joi Hat Mm o holly :.. a enUSD Lot II 4., blk 3ni!, p..I..tk". . . Mamie .swla . 1 U
JIe bad little baggage lie was ocopanlod o' g Port of aoli bk 80 Huge 55 ....... 13 10 27 200m.' Volvlnirton ..... All .r blk 880. a De 0 S & D' Iii,
by only two servants in- 'g OWNER. ... Part of aw'4 of aeli. part of "o>4 I and w of J''rant Wt, 1'alulku.\ .30 Sou & Fla Ry Co It 18Lnl
,, ot nwli, bk <> puce 1127 OIL, nw'! 8 and : blk l, iuason's 1d.il:
ead ot by ton or twelve. lIe didn't E g n of aeli and Ula.. In neli of swli.. 1a 10 27 49 lil a Huns ... .. .. ...... 325 linn 10 Puirtku. 1lulghtx. IF I.yon. . I nI 11
Ni B'" of my of lot BLot .. ... ......... ... 10 10 27 10 VVtlllumn ft """""er.. 10k/ 2, '. aOal.
and tbe "side"pected W:10f: \ I'W,112"lJ: : f
lit on tbe pompousnesS X. u+ "'1 3 (or wb' of sot .. ... ......... 19 10 87 Hi Mrs J. B Hiarborroutflt I . Oeo ]II Corley. 4 05I ,
1 of him. InHtead 1 ot tbe Icy re- ........... .._. 1, ......... ........ 91U I Lets 4. 6. O. eW. 7. blk It. 1I..rt',
r udd tion2ltion 10 1'alk., .. Helllhla. 0 It Awing. . 1 88 4r

torve' looked for and expected be N tt4oftne e" of......(......?":.;;.."'.. It SI fO.Mro Jan Dres ... .... 07 Part 107 of...lot.,. ..B.,.e. ..of.. ..river. ... ...bk... .I...mica..... 10 27 a Fanny Coletnnn ..... 817 7.uI a and 8.H.hilt Crescent 60. Cr..oont City. Jerry n Tarry.WII.un. .. .. .. 0 8 S5I"la 24 J V k
Inclination to with ; sw """. ..nt..... 8] a .2f 20 I6. B. ...... ... 165 City 1H
wed an mingle Port of lot 10, ot river bk e puna173 All or lot 18 Creppoenscent W . 1 8G
other For tbla some ftS 1 ?$ Swii? .. :::::::::-:::::: 21 h : IS DO CTO. B. David .. :::: 1 M:: .....,.......... .. .. ..... .......... 21 10 27 18 Tim Lone ............ (61 All of grovee, lot 100. Crescent Jake Goo..uto. . 1 86
passengers. All of wo ...;. ..;;;,;;;;;;;:;;;,';;;;;. Y 25 Ottloo C L NhltoSuuh Jrnd 440 LoIS w of Bt John river ........ 21 10 27 60 F W and O J Leoh- 1'\ of w'j. of nt5 of grove lot City
atacd and some criticised him. tunburg ...... ........ 61pall' 10. age 1116 Crescent City Thor McLeod . 8 1G Tr
All of Uo ( Co .... IS 08 In ell of nu'',, bk S3: All ot grove lot 118. Cr..ent City Burr v&1 S6
11 8. acres
except n !
of 8 25 .
'W9 found Lord Monson dignified/ butt 4 ne'.4).... 8 eoo Hlllmun authorlunil '' 123;; ... . ..... .. 24 10 27 113-40 10 Yulvlnaton" ,.... 18S80S All Grove I J F banns k Co. 1 ILIn

; the same time pleasant It proved f no4! (loss 2a. in n> car)?... 21\ 8 2.1 88.T Co M Coae-t............:,,.,.; ;".. .1388s"'O 16 Lots 1 and 3 u' of rlyar".... ...... 28 10 27 lOll Est Mr C;: Shelly .... a'.r: oar of fkl X: \BO ot atflr.:

to obtain an Introduction ton of ....... ........................... 2t., 8 26 llio Annie 8npp ........ ... 388 Port of Humeral Grant bk R page bit 30.. .page, .264. .. Crescent. . Cl.ty Henry Bon. . I 86PC ,
easy Ne'r4 .... 87 Amelia Von Engol-
p.bo swt4 e! ,seK ,j ..? 26 8 2;; jO Unknown ,.. .., .... ... t Kj 659Part .... ... ..... ... ....... .. .. ..... 10 27 24 kln 825 H1f bik g.' Inko in
and lie was by no means a cud or a"ofia,4'; t..U: II'lil8t'b :
end nw'4 of aat4 ,...,............. 28 072 .T.W Teddnr .......... 401 of Martin Grant bk D page 87 40 10 27 119 Mrs-C J White :::::: 888 nor, bk '
Bnob. Among the lesser magnates s'4 ..................... .......... 111 8 26 Mil.. Arthur Watt ,. .... 868 O 1 F Clark Grant .......,....... .. to 10 27 852-30 A Duii-ont .......... 821 E'y tatp I of tote} lIi i",1; 2' 'blk'2i; Welaku henry Dr Ski' A ltB'r'w'ter; ; 1 n pJ1
're an Indian Judge n .pfvll service Neye of...'ne'k'. ...".............."I" 31 9 26 100 M H flnney ,..4>.... II OH Lot 21 and .'.10 of lot n.;. ..... .. .. 7 11 'UU "" Ulnruiy Hlmpklnn .... 331i''f Lot U. blk 46. %1leluku. . 1. Itloh"rd noddlok. I 86 M
..........'.. 81 25 40 Aaron Minton' 133 sett and set, of no'A S 29 80 Edward 1'n. 966 Lots 8 end 4. hilt f9, Wolaka PIlen Buck. . a 11
nmlsslonor and several military cffl- Sys of sea and opi! ot'gh'" ...,...... 1 8 20 400 Went Toool Tureen.E34 .. ..... ... o. .:::::: 182L 11 23 40 C >lf lt .: .::::::: 1 B5HornIng All b Wolnkn.' Martha tlodgman. S e6Nt

''s. but they were given but lit' 867 of nwli .. .. .. ...... ............. 11:1:1:: 40 Land Invest : rk1.. Welka.: :: : : : : : Ptr'e of Julls Csebit 1 7? ,
very ; of 'ot4 ..,................ 18 8 26 80 njlra Sutherland': Net\, Co _. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. a 01 Lola 6 and 8. hlk 0:1.: Weluka. C atuart. ? . I itLolx
i. more attention by my lord than the Nw'4 of'le'4. Co ........,...... ..... 251tzs of and not, of nw', ..... 27 U 23 80 Unkn. .. ..... ...... a 06Nathan I. U. a. and f. blk 64. W.I..k" 0 a n
not of .w\4 and eli h\4\ not '... 30 40 Cook ... ...,. 1 w> N 8y arras of swy4! of swy4 ofnnt44
Thorp of 11 23
nary passengers. was much'grin cwt 8 26 100W' Lot 13 lVeuka. 11 20 8joS Horace Williams 296
i over tbls fact but It had to be NwV,of* ewtdand'iei4' ; i ;!4"oV'awii; ::": W.. S 26 :) Vnknown.l: n.:?:::::: 366 N'%> of 'noV,"oi"in4"nti"soU'. .!. . of. 11 24 80 Mrs SL Brook 111II> S 1l1y: acres of ot, of nuy!'" 'of awl's; ? '
wV4 of awu .. ... 21 I' 211 40 Joseph QllHHOn .. 1 OS nol' > ofaaii ... : : : 6a 80 Unknown . 100 Wulnka. : : 8- 11 AR 1l4! Mrs D II.ddoole. I 18ro
durad. Taken altogether. we were a 8o(4 of jiwfc and wtt f.wif! 23 Y 211 120 Hlllmun Sutherland, : ; WIIo of Xw&'of'soli.i ineli . . 11 II 10 John Brooks . Ill 8 acr.a or aet4lot lot 4. Welaka 8 U 26 9 A l' Postall . I 31 S
intty lot and we became CoMlllman. .... a a Ne%\ at . . 10 11 U 10 J 1 uriihumU . 89 pt ot lot 4. bk 2akpn U. W.I..ku 8 11 U iii Hen Chl"olm. . II u
jolly quite WjoS of nwJ4\ and eVi oj .w K 23 1 26 100 Sutherland;;,: ;;; of nwli .f aeli 10 11 It 20 KValltur. . 1 11 tl of lot a. 21 BututnuIuightx
and of the fact that we bad a live ,,, asEoS $? of net ot"nVW'li' iili'ifWli : : Mrs M .T Brown 1 II d
( W\oIo\ of nww .....'.. d 26 80 fm.iii"" ;;:i''iid'; or .w and \ Augustine Lot 'Halxuma heights' H L Clark. 61 l
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It . . . 18 11 24 60 Bt k9b k8 :
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I among us and It would have been 261 11\V'4 Co a n Let f. Intnrlachon. : : J C Bowden. : : : : : 10Liu ,

_. of tbe pleasantcst of voyages but of .e'4 and sVt ot awvl? ., 27 / 26 ICO u fm.ii..S; ijri;; .;;d i of soy bk 0. paw 614. 10 II It 80 A 111 CilryU : . a 06BII ft and 48. blk 21. Int.rlllchen It 3t IIrew.r. . 1 III
CoB ........ ..... .. ..... 4 28 and n.of aw%. 10 11 24 80 J ilroover a 00.b'AI Lots 03 and 04. blk 21. Interleoheu, 1I1r. A. n Woodull I U { ,
Mg of
what I am now nbout to.relate. of nwli of nwu of 1 2l. 5 .w\4\ H J[ Walker . Ill All of (except Iota 18 and U) blk
nw, 32 C Cowlea ....... .. 89 of ef nolit"if . . . 18 11 24 20
all long by steamer tbe of nw% of nw% of 4w'4....... aa 1 1 I, 5 M m 1 Cowlea 89 : of neli 10 11 24U 40 Mr. Mary L, Agnew il 05 88. Int..rluchen. . Unknown . 816Lnle
voyages set4.
pa Vllt ot .W\lo and set of .w'4....... tl YTWye 120 R W Mattox 'R'Co.'.''. *:' nw44'of ney.'bk'81page 1. a and 8. blk B. Young'a ad.dition _
; 3 OB Bit
t; class 'passengers fire supposed) to 1V'4 ot .nw'4 .. .... ....... ......,..... 4S 8/i 4U W..t !local Turpen- wt4 047BlT'ef'nwS.' . : 21 24 I* Chus L Bullnrd I III to lnterlnohels' Alva 1 'Young. 8 76
| their nod Jewelry to tine Co 185 < . 811 11 6'0 T 11 I. Tulicatt 1 33It All of blit 17. Keuku. ", : : :: : : E B Gilbert. :. : : : : 89Iat
nd, over money Net Nwyw otfnw'4 .. ...,................... 6 8 27 40 Mrs H s Paine '.'..'.'.'.'. 177 : .> wV4 o'f'nwli'of'awliexcept h blk H. Keuk''.. . . C A Rodgers. 1 11
of the few
care pursueA. men fo ....... 6. 27 4 B fl Paine .... ... ..... 165! ( a 2 none) ett ef noli of
|o are carrying large nmuuntH of N'" 0 awV4 mid nwyy of awl.{ ... 6 .- 27 KnM: R W 'Mmttox' & Co. ... 381 of nnyt of awti.-l: 26 128 Unknown ; : : 4 85 811 A. S. 'WJLIAKn ;

h do tills and a few Indies may put NjoS W'4 of of net's and .W'4? of cwt( ,,.. 6 I 27 ) Unkhown ............ 10;; I S -3'40t'l'4w of seli of awli. 13 It 26 U 1-3 M 1> Honor Tux Collector I'utiiHiii County
no'4 and at Pt and lots _'i .
ew'4 Of .w'4 ...... 8 8 27 120 West Toool All suy except U'AM 1 .
ortlon of their diamonds In security. Turpen- Bold, a n per Hiaco Flut . . Ii" IVIt Henry ..34'eitan.i ytr -- -- -- --

rulo observed In thefcach 11e ... ........ ......... ..,. 1 27 '100 UnaCo "::: g 39 FJ' of ..!H of n,"\44. . . . zr. 11 20 40) llonry .. /& 05
: It Is a more 8', of aeo lena of" '.. f M Drlfrsers ::: ::::: 486( N', of "W-4 of .wWBWi . . a0E4 11 26 20 W H Smith ? 0 18
the observance. The tie" vale a ni Of IONS \V', Of BWVi Of
than men : M*, ( e !
cwt ot .W'4) nwl Of nwt, and .ttVi) au 11:0 30 Unknown . t9
I safe In retaining: at least a few 01.4 or nay,. ...................... 8 r 320 R W Mattox & Co... s 7Sw'4 ;/ Nell t t e *ofewt4 of "
fldretl dollars -each 'and the women of w(4( .:::... .. ................. 21.Ii 1 8 411 R W Mattox A Co... 133 'rfa :iliwe'f''fof": : ;aeli of nw'4Pt 38 11 26 80 Melville Clark. 8 70 THE

8014 of net .............. ............ 211 8 27 40 BV Mattox ot J M Hernundes. Grunt bk 71
at keep out enough Jewelry to make N",% of es4!i (leek /fl.) ..,.... 3 9 23 3D Joseph TurnlpBend Co...,.. 15i1 138 page 136 . . :. : 3D 11 26 19.26.* German-. AsaurunceCo a 95 _

f appearance at.the dinner table. W1 or -oe'4 of blk U........,.:;:::;: 18 > 23 5 Harry Jackaon 155 Lot 4. Pomona. . .... .... 27 11 37 DB M *' Lyon.. . 1 60
soon as the second day] out .wo of Quv Lot 11.....,............ 19 9 28 20 Unknown 111 of aWY4 of nat4 of .w4o-
[ a robbery ou board. A passengerhad m 6aofseoy's of ew'4 ............... M 9 23 23HO Robert Cue 13d Eta mona . : .St 11 27 0 Miss Mary"Nash. 269Hattle
S'" or ne", .......".......".......... 34 8 :23 Unknown. ,. W < ofen44 of ewy. of aw4! '
a stateroom himself was 8w'4! of mv 4nw" ......................... 1 8 24 40 F Cunningham .,. ,, 346 bk oif.:page 81). Pomona . 8.1Lota 11 27 8 Gary 3.05
bed some one who entered It Nwyt '"""\* and JlSoS of 9 and 10. 0 12 23 205 inln i; Holilun B 98
by ot
In cash and about .................. .. ew" / I. 80 J B McKee: I 65 Lot .f9Jr 1907Lot . : : : : : : : : S 12 23 40 : : : : : : 3 65Unknown rrte
robber got $400 23 40 2 65
[> u'vOI'lh, of tlladu. N 7a ofit\ or .w... of ne.:7:: 9 24B 7 Unknown 119 Lot 10 ID,, for for 1908 11105: : : : : : : : : : : : 8 8 12 23 40 Unknown:. : ::. 2 05mplro PJ\LA\ TIA( NEWS
thousand Bat! of rte
.W ,. of .. 24 20
nali ....,.... 8 Unknown ...... 111 Stt wi,4 of aol4. 23 13 28 120 ] Land Co. 8 08Voro
The loss was ut once reportedthe S40 of aJ4 of net, of nwS4 .,........ 8 791 10 o a & po R""e 111 t.'flr3wUSn.: 111, Private I survey;
[ captain but nu there was not N 20a. of that part of nwli at 11.4> of >4 of :: M C KlnKhn.ni. 1 19Mr 1
lying a of RR ..........,,...... ,... 11 9 24 20 AD Tucker .,..... ... 361 \ "olTnw .' : it C J White. 2 05 I
f slightest clew to the perpetrator Lots lend 2 blk 00'1' ............. 11 S 2f 10 Ferdinand Jain ... ... 89:; Na oor of ne4, bk: 20 p K. 248. 1 13 20 Mrs Mary Nnsh.' 2. 21
king could be dona.abont It except Lot 7 blk 7 and lot 8 blk 70 T....,. 11 S z.t 10 Elizabeth. DoHorr' .. .. 295 Eye of n % of neii of neVi, : 18 12 26 6 but L B Rotie. 89
Ne... S 24 Lot 1 and 2 a of river . .. 18 12 26 87 ,.4 Lucy IMnnegan and-
nwu 12 O L Brownlee .... .. .
bdvlse the victim to keep quiet and ofof 1f00 145 Lola. Oivona. 20 63
EoS! i and'iw'li'of'se'ii"! !!!! B
.. 20 24 C L Lyon .... .. ,, ,. 3 93
It and watcb. This was done and lots of ae4! (less eH of of ..! 9 24 60 F R HuHklns :..:, .... N'A of at>li of swli (leas S acres to M''ud;
acl4 \4m: 177 I.a ckett. . . . 20 12 26 IB A Near . 2 9B
| robbery was known to only two or WW, of nwli ... ......... ............? 80 B 24 80 Unknown ........... ... 3 t1 SS Commence sw cor of new, e 880 Published Every
for a day. Then came auLl. W14\ of nwu and soV4\ of nwl4 ..... 92 B 21 120 Hllburn ft Redding. 878 ft by oatf bk 10, PUKO 802. 26 11 28 3 A P A pIe by. .. 3 95
0 i persons Bi of ne4! of lot 4 ....,,..........? 34 S 24 8 Hu.ban. . 29 13 26 2'*. Brava HolmrtB. 67
of jiwli of aeli\ .....,.........? 8 'I 2 0 10 Bnsan Watts ..,,,. ,.,. 9 21 wt.or": '! of set, of 29 12 26 .0 Unknown . 133
tirIng tbe- dinner hour a. second FJoS! i of cwt ................,. .....,,.. 7 0 20 80 Unknown ... .....,. .. .. a us a:* ot B<"4 of no'* and 4tf 12 26 (
robbed. This was occu- Sw 14 of sw(4( ... ...... ... ........... .. 8 0 2G 40 Ohns L Hyde .... .., 166 nor'. of eta off .e" of no1"" 20 12 26 .I.1'4 Mrs has J Dnrmnn.II Atnrahall 4 S'AB 86 1 1I
room was Jo> 1 Ol BWli\ .. .... .. .................... 15 A 28 80 Unknown ... ...... ,, 205 f05:; eV4 lllron-and. wk.,. of. .ey.:: : ,. 30 35 12: 28 10.23 Mrs A W Hawkins' t 6S Friday.
I by two men who sat side by side Nye of nwli ." .. .. ... ... .... 15 : i: 80 D Bohanan ....... .. ass Lot '8,, HirerBub I plat div of'river. 85So(4 12 2812t 10.23 Mrs IV Hawkins 8 78
Hl 110 table and who bad been warm B'ot sw4! !. !.,;. ;. .;., .... 2.1 80 Eat A Putnam 991 of nw-4. 36 Y80'" W r Bryan: 188 I
nils before embarking While Lot 2 .....T..::: :: : : :: :: : : 30 8 28 87 B F PrltohBrdIt .::::::: 2 66 of nk 81. pave Cau- i

long Lots of lot 12 ........... ........ .... "16 1 :n C P Klnney ...... ..... 3 81 I't. ou" div of n'A7.Q: 39 13 26 a C Wand A W
V robbery which yielded over a Lou 1 and > a of St Johns river. 31 8 a7 83 Amelia. Von Eng-ol- Hawkins . llfi

aud dollars was pretty well bushup kin ....... .. ..._.. .. .. 670 Lots h 3 :''k7, 9.: 11.'ol3 19. 17, 19 -
Fraot'l : 24. 4 and 6,
sel4, sl\ of nwii' and ejjof 1
the captain took steps to try swti ........ ....,...,. 36 27 308 C A DupORt ..,.,... .. 847 blk 26, and tots 1, 4. 6, 8. 10 13, '
|lud out the guilty party. It was Part ot Coclfaclo Grmuibk T 14, 10 18, and 20, blk 20, Boeoh-
page er. .,. 40 12 26 820 Heirs of O W Fer
_ to some of the servants of the 37 27 4 Mrs Carrie Thompson 07 67 r
? J ummern'r'aran't"bita" 2 and e \ (bees 18 acres) .'. 3. 12 27 144 A LaPo.ter.. 11 47
would have been laid
Just as It pages 010-221 ... .. ................. .. 41 9 87 137 Amelia Von Engol-I 8.:4\40: an (lee, 2 acre to Pi-lot* ,. V14
ome of tbe servants of a house kilt ...... .., ,., .', .. 1007 and Tabre) and .\\010 of nw& of

reo There were ISO of us, and yet a I F Clark Grant .... .. ........... 44 1 27 U2\I-100C A Dupont ... ....... 111 .evil : n H 5r r Ittman U VII An medium
Huortaa or Summeral grant .... .. 45 9 27 1327-100 Amelia Von Ehifel- Pt rnwv'oV nwU''bk'iV'; 'pnia'89 Hattlo C3ary. : : : 67 Advertising
captain went ou the principle that kin .... .. .... ........ 163 Pt of neVi of n. bk I', page 80 9 1:1: 27 I Jennie Uudyko 1 8.1
'uust all be honest because we were Part of John Huertas Ornnt bk Pt of no of \. bk P, puua 83 0 1d 27 1 Lewis TT|>,lyl LotPt of lot 4, ) L, page 113. 12 II h 80 Irvin New 1 66 i
|rd of his crnft. 9 page 203 Part of John Huortui 18 82 Joa M Harp : :. 3 07
grant bk 44 pages 1M .... .. 48 8 27 1218 Unknown ... 28 U An undivided !M Interest In Pt of '
thing Is more uucomfoi-ttiblo among Part* of John Huertaa Grant tak 43 lots /and 8. hk 28, page 780. 12 18 87 19.45 Unknown::, . 1 95
|rge number of passengers than a page 124 ...... .. .. ... 46 5 27 1, H H Wllllama 129 N 28 acres of awl\, of ew).... 13 ta 37 22 Joe M Harp. 646 that brings Results.
of this kind. They know that Part of Fleming Grant W of river N'1f: nj-S w' .o'4( of ? 13 U H 10 "! N Oautler' 4 06 ,
ory Verdlor) ......................... ... G1 I 11 30 SO DeaRochel 847 8 of ? of .HWU .gi'iiell: : : 1.1 15 Bon Wade : : : 93 I
,Uef Is among them and each' one Part of FlemingGrant w of river W 7.20 of mv-4 of aw% . .I. 18. La 27 14 Unknown. . 89 I Ir IrI

\ that bo has a right to suspect an- (Verdier) ............. .............. GI 9 27 100 M V :Rorlaon 1018 H] 1-S ne of',nw4 of awli of swu and a and 2-3 w of 1100of no4! t

r. It was reported that my lord 70 by 84 it of lot B bIK 8 Carlton HorTnmn It aS Of BWH. . 18 13 27 40V4! Unknown 3 59

very much perturbed; tbat bo said W i bk f-1fotP.k2: :: CarltonLot ; .:::::::::: 1 I 10 10 23 23 8 T P n Tasker ..... 09 W SWill 37 of acres neu of of aH sui4 of .and', .nw4! of 21 la 27 37 Honoymati Long 4 42 I

[:end said tbat; that uo--.wus doing 20 .. ........ ................. ....... 6I 10 2.1 40 Unknown 156 .. of :. 13 13 27 20 Joe M Itarn . 4 n r'
best to the solve the Lots 17 and 10 ................... .... 10 23 09 Unknown ....... a SI ir! of ee'R4. of"BW'U'. . 24 13 27 10 no Mltolle 1 89
help captain tv)4 of Be* ., .. 11 10 2.1 80 Alfred Walker 8 K r Carrier. Plat bk 89. 'p'608 12 27 I Edward Payne.:: 1 68
ery. Meanwhile two wore state- Wtt of ne'4 (tees;; 12n"H > :::::::::::::: 19 10 23 68 J C Steele & Son. ... a K H! "* ot ...Ii. .!. . .. .. is II 27 80 Jullua Bohm . 13/ Subscription $1.00 the Year.
robbed. The trick of sar. anbeY4 HeSjof no'/, and eli of iiw" of im" a '- 13 27 60 Joa M Harp. 5 93
were was I of .ne!.. eli
I of nwli ......... .... ...... ........... 14 10 23 200 M F Lyon ............. 5 611 7 gk'180 of awli of. nw& of nwli 13 27 7 Mra
while their were on ago 583 87 A A Judd. 1 19
occupants lit. of soliSe ..... ....... ............... 14 10 21 80 A White .............. 870 Eg of se(4 ?. 87 12 27 80 Julius Bohm . 3 81
til the afternoon looking at afck. '4 of swlW5S ........................... 14 10 2.1 40 H S Cunningham .... 26ft. Set of net' of nw'4 and'w54 ofN
Wo now became one ot the of rw-4 of awli and swt of w % of :noV: 29 12 21 20 Mis* 73 F Hudson 3 03
nwt ot .w% .. '............ 17 10 2.1 30 Kit II E Boyle ?.. ... 1 1)0) ',! of net 4 32 13 27 80 w c McIntosh. ? 2 66
lest, suspicions and most uncora- Lot" 1 (lees 4a to .j.i; ,) 18 10 23 86 Mack Sylvester ... .., 2 6r> Lot 14, J MlKRenhotham: Plat. 31 12 28 5 Mur roll ft Sharpa. 3 33
fblo lot of people ever housed In WM of Jot. 11 and eta of lot >0.:.... It 1023 30 Mack Sylvester ...r.... 1 Oi Lets 20 and lit, Dnkln's sub dlv. 1 13 lit 12 W K Green 3 65
8t) ot .'oW of '" of The NEWS Job
lots 83 % Jle'4. Departmentis
her. E'oo of lot 13 and. .all of 18 18 23 100David- Stnfth ...... ... 4 CB pose O.o.t' . . V: 12 111 !11ft 10 Goo A Stevens.. .. 1 IPtP'

far as I was individually con. Bye and of 24 neii f swii, :::::::::::::::::;:;: 20 10 2J 20 Caroline Baldwin ..... 1 13;; In s.. .car 444. .sVoseA. '.bk Do ia 13 28 I a.8 Quo A Stevens. ? 7'80 I r

d. I solved the mystery next day 4a In con ot e side of set li of Deli :, Whltaker'B j'Ub ,iI'v. bi.'or
\ the double robbery. I was sitting bk 43 page 373 for 1906 .......... (0 10:13: 4 Simeon Mann ......... 163 page ... 13 13 28 Hi OeD A Stevens. 670
ot side of ..!4 ot neli I Lots 13 and 14 Towlea aub dlv
e> music room when a young ladyIn 4a bk In 4.1 cen page 878 e for 1907N14 ............ 20 10 23 4 Simeon Mann ........ It3. Drnyton Island 89 13 26. 20 L D Dakar'. . 11 77 equipped to do ,
with a package lit her band of and awli of nw4! (leasBa Bk a8. page 23 pt of Draytonslnnd.
|h she was going to give the pursIt to nwli Young and Tompkins) ..... e3 10 23 115 Archie Morrla ....... 3 83Na44 :. ? 38 13 Y8.80 Unknown . 3 95 .
........ 23 10 2.1 40 Thomas Wllllama .... 156 Let 8, Valontlno'a survey Drayton
............ ..
contained money and Jewelry. of aw4 .............. 35 10 23 10 C S Mills ............. 111 Islnnds . . an 13 26 5 Win Johnson 1 85
Ihe tbe Lot 22 Avery SurveyLots __ N14 of r4'f'I"t'3; . . . 8 13 28 5 Orla Merrell: 91
was about to pass plane 30. 4tl and 4-10 of lot 29 AverySurvey Sw'4 of ne' . . . 17 13 28'0 Unknown . 2 81
....... .. 161
topped and sat down to play and ....... ........................ U 10 23 24 Edwd Green Nn ? of neli}. ; ? 17 13 28 40 W M Barber. 1 65Geo all kinds of
I distance away but Lot 16 Avery Survey ............ .... 2. 10 23 10 J C Steele <&< Sons .., Ill Water: lot round; w'Vni.; \ ... St.a :
was some Nwli of nwli ..........'.............. I 10 24 40 MNburn Redding ,. 1 95Hllburn by n line of Adams Ht.! n by
w her lay tbe package on top otstrument. SoS! of neli of se',4! ............... 3 10 21 20 Redding 1 46Nev4 Lucas and e by River, Palatka. Sou & Fla. RyWat.r
After a moment my of nwli and nw4! of nw'4 .... 8 10 24 80 elms 8 May ........ .. 18. C.... . ,9 10 ,.
lot bound n by water St.
(came In and stood at ber side aent Dlk 8 and aw con of hilt 13 Mariners' a lOlf! 111 Mrs E H Thompson 160 B by Dalton n by Larkin and e

to compliment ber. During E 114 ot nwVi Lake of'ne'A;. ..::::;:::::::":: I 10 m 20 J K fury ........ ... .. 1 ZiKulrs by River .,-. Gen Ry Sou CoMr. and Fla' 18 78 Railroad Steamboat and .

interval I saw him pocket tbe Nw'4[ of awl4 and w 161ot swliol Sa con of blk IS. Palatkn. I. H 0 Allt-n.: 40 14
ago. There here eleven other sw4! .. ... .. 10 10 24 66 of O A Brooks 670 WV4\ of lot 2. blk 80. Palatka. C a 1II01<.. .le. 10 87
of :.set4 ......... ": 10 10 24 10 S t* Hodgeman ... .. 1 2t'' Lob 2. blk 30, PalatkaPt Mary J McKenilo. 2 85
bngers In the room, but If any one Nee3offke's of sw)4) and. aw'i! of ayl lot 8 int.. Jii.-oi it..m hlk.

J aw what I did he kept silent for !..wli of set .....................". 11 10 24 30 E L Mann ...... ...... 3 YNis pt80FFtrlo\00J' Falutka St Jacob's Hall. a 95 Commercial Printing.
of of ia% .,...... 32 10 !24 8 Mllledga J Ryan ..... TONs' :' (St Jacob's; Hall: ))
auie reason. of set na4! .... U 10lf! 40 Elliwort'h' Trust Co. .. 178 blk 38 for 1906. Palutka. . St Jacob's Hall. a.o
? null by the young lady left the ot eel, les's"lVa"to"Butier A Pt of lot 1. bk 3D page 664 blk

looked for her package and Jet viewer. of .el!<.>..(.,..............,........., 13 10 283 A F David Herman .. .......... 825Kst 81 41,6,PnlntkaT.ot blk 51" Palntka. :: : : : : : Est Win' R V T Batea.Rooha. .. .. I IWo 47 AA

fl; It gone ran back to her state- N of ne\4\ of .w' .* 16 10 24 111 Young of lot 8. blk B7 PnlntkaEK . w nRiiinon. . 3 31

Within ten minutes there was %v. .ro.', of nw nwli,,3 of...net.......mi-awii-.... .....:.... 17 10 24 10 Hen Tooke .......... 1 115 Lois of 1 ana lot 1 8. tWo 98 6ft:!,, Palatka.Piilntka.: .. .. .. Thoa Fran I HoUltm* flrnlinm.' ,. It H Estimates all kinds of

tcry. In the midst of It It wasted of n)4) of nwli 01 .w1V4 .j\;.-....-- II 10 24 10 Mrs P L Shlveley ... 145R Lot I, blk 66. Pnlatka . H A all. 12 as on
and of n.!, H'l of lot 6', blk 67, Palntka Sylvia: Anderson. 4 80
that each and every passen- E) of aeli! of neli........ nK.............. 20 10lf! 30 S Gilbert...... .... .. > Ma S 1-8 of lot: 8, blk 88. Palatka for
> on deck and remain there until of se'A ...... nwiSM .......... 2J 10 21 20 W Ollleue .......? 170 ', 1907 . . . Franalri Hudson. 4 72
searched. The' Nye of sw'i' of nw'4'.......... 26 10 14 10 B A Flak .......,... .. 12'] S 1-3 of lot 8'blli 68. Pulatka. for
aggnge was cllp. of seli of . Francis Hudson. 4 72
of nH 1904 .
o Unknown .............. U)
..........,.. 21 10 24 10
Vetoed tbls. of of cwt, Con 1-3 of lots 3 and 6 bik 88: 'r
To search the bag7 Seli ne4 Job ?
27 10 C D Ashley ........., 111 Printing cheerfully
of ..-4 of nwli. .......... .".. Pnlatka. Henry Hudson 4 73
of my lord to say nothing of Set of .jOS of nol<> or net ........ 29 10 24 10 B f Women ......... 289 W 83 ft of nV* 'a't w 2.9 'o'f'n'w 4,
would cost him bIB There Sty 01 .wl4. 74, Pnlntka John Golilen.Unknown ? . 4 OS
place. ot net% '
N4! of nwl of JI:14. 2. 1024 66 Wm K Cook .. .. ..... 110Kdimrd wOUI of n 2-3 of no-4; 'of blk 46.

Just one more robbery; as my.as .- ot aeli and..its.....of....neli.......c......... 80 10 24 80 Orson ... ..... 965 Pitlntka. . . !. . 8 17whor7itp'

Rs Cape the Town.others There, before lord left we Swli tH ot of eel sw'4* .... .......,..."............. 31 at2t 10 10 24 14 10 40 Mrs Mrs L L A A Chamberlain Chamberlain 1 168 BK /; \ 'of, ..w,t.L(80x126'ft: |. ) of Rosa M Holly 4 eo furnished.Our .

fed my Nw4! of soV4 of swli ; HO L M Kllbiira .. .... .. 261 EM of 'e14 of w 1-3 (88x166ft'of.
.f.i. 24
.... 10
It was understood that It was 8e'/. of cwt!, and awli W'H Walker133. blk 78. PalntkaEl . Rosa M Holly. ,. 3 88
of aeli ....-.......'.... 31 10 24 20 70 by 113 ft In Be aor of blk 78;
se of tbe robberies. ,We bad no EH of of net ew ....................... 35 10 M 40 C D Ashley .. ........ liBNe' Pnlatka. . . . . . Rosa. M ]foil Y. .. 8 16
[ of them during the remainder of nwy4 and nW1. .i W BO by 100 ft of can 1-3 of sit. work speaks for itself.
EISof w'4 of 80 W H Walker .,. .... i 81 . .' Rosa ]M Holly. I IStObi
.. ........ 10. of blk 78, pn Io.tka. .
....... .
oyage of ...,
and I believe that most ..,..
/ .wl<> .. ........:: 35U 10 23 240 Kelly 8t Co .... ....... IDS IS l 1.8 s-i '
lasaengera were prepared to bear 8wl. and alii of set\ ..... ..... 10 25 40 K.lly" Co .. ......... 181 : ?: 118.0p f"ran.. :. .O.f. . Rosa. M Hollr. .V.\ 1 18
months later that the Lord Mon- Nat< 01 nw.,., ............-.-... .."...... U 10 !5 240 Kelly- Co .. ....... 8 74 Late 17 and 38 and 28 by 80 ft
Nat and n i'4 of nwliSlU. .... Jd 35 A A King ...?.... .... 1M of swli of bum 80, Palntka.. A H BorrouKhs, 8 to
10 .
t the Bonny Castle was one of How..r .. .... ...... :: O ........ 1S4 H 63 ft of w 1-3 hy 150 ft deepof We take in all *
:::::: 16 J Itodharp special pride
; 10 2ft
Illckest criminals In England and 1 31 and 87Holllltler 11 10 25 120 Kelly ft Co ...... .... 8.11 blk 181 186 Palatka .. . . D R TCaper-i.T Ron he, . a 67 8 a
cwt I ,
of All of Pnlatka ,
flayed us off: for a lot of fools and NH. of neli and neli < "" VO 10 25 120 Kelly Co .. ......... Ill Lot 9 of blk 164, Palatka: :: : : : : E ; Mun-
nwl .. .......... 1113 ienAmflndw
WJoi ot ornVirs ii.'p"-o II 10 25 10 H W Motes . 1 U
jofo away with bill plunder. Had l <

fed eke on the shipboard that and I bad believed seen Loll 5w1401 nw"3 ami16 of .w'4 Bimpkln's.... ......HUD......div..tract. of 1 10 It 1 Goo Gorvtn .......... 2 *3 Pt N'ia7t'a..1.t.0.of :lot?: 1, bk D.. .page of. .lot. .391.8'blk:,. bik 168 16S:, Ora Soarborouah. I IS our printing whether it be a -

package II a bill 11".t of .To. ffivuno Iys Daniel Johnson ..... 1 II PalatkaD . Isaac Grlsa. . ? 3 U
I be was the thief the captain i 6.11 .................. .i 1 10 24 K Manker 183 1-3 and w'j.9 of .y4'of'lot'4,
11-I pall.
have bad me In double) Irons : part It of n14, of nwl bk 22 Pose t'. 1 I 10 10.8 U fOt nP Duana ....::.::.:: 15& blk 168 PalatkaCen l . B L Stanley . 108

.ten minutes: The real Lordn i Sw'4 of ne\4\ ot.et ..... ....".."."".'. 3 10 116 40 J T Pendleton ..,... 98aai-- 1-8 of alt 768 ot lot 1kS doeoph St Joseph. Aid Society
............... ..... }Hall hilt for 19C7 small order.
Sot ot nw'4 ;; 80 1 1 10 @d 10 Richard BnrtlBtt . . a 28a large or
ble itda ?
was on a visit home at the of .e\4\ ....... .... 2 So
Part of .w\4\ .. : .... 1 10 80 J It Smith Can '-3 of s'4 of lot 4 (St JoKnpli
land this ulna bad bad the nerve dlIl1un: Hull) blk 148, Palatka for 1906 St Joseph Aid Soot-
his LoNis :1brkW'! }ioberla j; td' 8 K Major Davis ...:...... 1 95 ety. .. an f
fume Identity and boldly take Lotan.l.ls .. .. .. ....... .'.. ....: 1 10 IS :24fo Mrs P'1I[ Guernsey. 166 L et d. blk 170 PalatkaLots ? .. Ttnbt Jones. . 1 11

age, and the trick worked to perNo E54 or eta of p.1II of n.. :::::::::. I 10 21 to C C McKaiula. ....... 387 It and 12. blk 195, Palatka. Willie.OrUe . 443Benjamin Send s
I,. doubt some of the rob- N.W.of .e'4' ...'.'...... Let 6 (Perkins sub dlv) blk 197 us a sa
of sots"bic 8 palre ...... ... 1 tI6 Palatk". Alfred B Donaldson 4 OBKat
_ were committed by tba two In .e 0014.of. ...w34...... .... ............ ,; 10 18 B.' Wm Chleolm..... .. ..... 164 DIY A and B'of'lot's"blk VoV; a.
i who passed a* bis servants i iU. 543 .. ... \ < -. 10 19 9l. /25 Unknown Palutka . . . . T, S Boarbor-,
Part .14 6LYIgg rough . 5 03
QUAD. I J Wlil of say.I Ile.V41(4.....to.............&.. 10 10 III 70 Eat W H Wig's. ...... 315 Cen 1-3 of a 1-3 of el, of blk 206 09' Trial Order:
O'Rell.y) for 19M WII", & Palntkn.. . . . Cannon. 4
She Did Her Duty by Him. WoS of ..' lee, 1Os to .. ..... .. 10 18 70 Eat W H Wllrlr .... a 19O'Relley Lat 8, blk old, Palatka. . . Est Tennis JThompaon
4for 1001 ........ 10 M MoWmteraMra .. .. ..... 442 1l.
Monday morning the colored ..). of .wl4 ... ....... .. ... 11 M 20 'Jennie Allen ... 156 Alt of blk 921. Pnlntka. . (6-s B- Ry Co. ,5 88
i lady" did not arrive at the usual W4 of of kwt .. .... ..... ... 11 10 14 Bet O Q Batten .,.. Lot 6, blk 23B PalatkaR . Wm Ash . 2 68a
Soto of nwV ........... ...... .. It 10 M 80 ... ....... .... 911DC 2-8 of 7, blk 235. Palatka. Scott Ash 6H
[ to do the weekly washing of a Eta n.44 I papell .. .... ... 18 Ie !1ft 8 Unknown ... .......... :DCM W Jot T. ilk I 326. Palatka. Julio Lee . 1 59

residing In a Pennsylvania Part of .et4 bit et4 ................ 18 10 M 10 BmIth ... ........ 632t Let-toa. X, I,9,14, and 16 or ayeof -r' -
01 J M
vets 940 OR /IF R nr CoO 8 in
or 18 M i
When she appeared some time Nw14 Nwl and .14, ot .W. .... .. .... ......... 19 10 10.. 20 Unknown ....... ... ... 17, ( blk 1. 5 847 and, 6 Palatka. bile 24'l, Palatka. B & B1' Hy Co. 3 66r

Jtlie mistress ot the house de- ass of nsvt, of .w\4 'bk/P oiO /9S; 11 10 M 8 Jaoob Sttlsler .. .. .. ... 94 Lot 10. 11. and BVi I of 11. blk 348.Pnlntka .
4 Tease Williams t 71'1f.ol
d 1 to the kitchen and was greatlyby BW cur of .wl bit 10 0'1 10 l.oso Mitchell .. .... .. 835 16. blk 646. Palatka.. : ". .". Levi Cwaiirtk. .. ? > 1 M1S
tb. woman'. explanation, Part of.wtt ...... II 10" Unknown ... .. ... .. ... 396 Lou It. blk 263. Palatka Samuel I Patterson 1 9'
rin." fOO In..;ii..i' nd.iic..4.1'h..; ."' ...... : :: :: 10 Howard Brown .. .. 111 T.ot .9.1II'n81u: Pnlatka. H D Alexander. 8l..
carefully removing s bat or- loOt 8 1169 .. Blkn au and 268 ( less lots 6 and
bk 1 page ... ....
led by a valtunlnnus black tell Part of .?4 0t .e'4 bk t. ..... 91 N 10 11II L O PoaeyHowanl Brown .. .. 15T8r 10) Palatkn. O 8 A F By Co. 4 > '
Par of. ..14 20 .. 10 M . .. .. .. All of bike 9fl6.I ID*, and: 887 (loll; & VICKERS
p'u'ttick.. I bad to-Stay home tore fat 6 book otpupa Pas' .. p 10" 40 Unknown. Lit rt nt way) Palatka . . ]JiT 1" Lynn 10 6T RUSSELL
my dl-enned", brother' remain- of nw$ Allofblk.SI1..n".U.Pal.tka., M1""on" . 7 fl'
bat vet's of cwt. cwt; of f'IIW6.6\ Ie rr' 111 Mrs Amelia Von Encalkin Lot 1. blk 339. Pa""kL'.I Leonard Wilson i 18
| wai sent from Plttsbarg.\ Uaga-doyJlalerdly.LJpplncott'l Nwt of .wt4 and N ''n ftwl4 .f .110\4.\ 3 .. ... . tao7 Lota i and 4, hlk '39. P.Ja.tkk, Edward: .rc>wD. a tG O'!" _

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F ''MIDSTIBRINCSCFNES ;f aad YoCUe.atradcl&tM It seemed whole" as atwstWar.tboagk. one For JOhIdIa of a those moment PUKSIHPLATFOHM I : ; N-OMI EEI i:|Si! TRANSCRIPT FROM' DIARY.A FOB WE PRSlm[

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record-breaking uproar of the day otj I
I:: ;:) ,:; = =r==T I :=! AOrIatnaLJ I _
j 131.... and UeKlaley would sweep. > Ue ( :

Republican Coareittoa Called to convention from Its moorings. The Brat That Were Submitted (to Convention For Their [ Congressman Sherman Noam

outburst spent Itself wlthla a minute Herbert BJngUnd called Tuesday
; Order al Chicago.! I told him that ed For Second Place.
I' gradsiaUly It subsided until calm cam. bj the nla-ht for his answer.

again aad the orator proceeded. I wished my bnsband to be Interested -

The senator concluded his speech with me In the amelioration of the condition THE CONVENTION

;. SHOUTING FOR ROOSEVELT after taking one hour and ten' minutes RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE of women. We bad a long. dlacnselon ADJOURNI$
during -- -
sol was greeted with a terrific shout on the subject
) of applause.Sen. be asked me If I believed In. womenserving Governor Cr*,,. of
R.puoitcan National Convention Begin Declare For Revision of the Tariff I on Juries. I told him that I 'MOV.d Sherma,,'. MBMacliUIttII
Lodge Permanent Chairman. Turby
r a performing- any NeesMl1. .
IU Deliberation at the Great Coliseum believed In woman
The selection of Senator Henry Cabot by Special Session of Congress *" except -IIIade Unselmoiw-Yb.
the Noml- and every duty a man Motl", .. i iveiled.
In th. Presence Of Fourteen Lodge of Sherman Anti-Trust the duties ofa .
Massachusetts as permanent Lao-Currency certain: manual labor and ,
I Thousand Pvopl. chairman of the convention and Other Matter Resulting In soldier. Then he said that women

was formally approved< at a meeting for Tatt. bad been tried on a Jury and be had Convention Hall. Chlctgo J1III111I
\ Chicago Jon 17.-Amid sceim Vflirrtag of the committee oa permanent or- The following are the main featuresof been present at a trial before such a -Tbe exhausting work i of Thu

enthusiasm th* republican na- ganization. II..ea agreed that an of the republican platform as presented : Riding over jury. I asked him where but he cut '> sessIon In the republican DSIIO::;:

tonal convention IMS began its the other temporary officers of the convention by the resolution committee to the negotiating me short by telling me tbe following rentlon and tie fact rtat the .
!ellbraUon at noon Tuesday In the named on the Boor should be republican convention for adoption:. of the story: _. event of: the program had tnttnl
made permanent. Declare for Tariff "The prisoner Thomas Adolpbu all combled to cause a ,
Revision. candidacy of scant,
presence of an assemblage estimated IIrhc
mild mannered ox of the
The republican party declare Bweetword. was a delegation* Friday
at upward of fourteen thousand people unequivocally ldentl.l nom- Individual with a red head and The effect
Chicago. June IS.-The second day. for a revision of the tariff ; ; eyed was then more
I vita tie sonsd of patriotic airs of the republican national conventionwas i by a special session of congress Immediately III loos- freckled kln. I thought. him the homeliest IB the number of Spectator lllal\j,

alternating .with tbe frensled stoats I following the Inauguration man I had ever seen and. since When the convention
not without stirring scenes and MI
for wondered *
be tried bigamy
for Roosevelt Tan tb. other of the next president and commendsthe of he was to .. order there was not
sad secretary
popular ., pent-up enthusiasm. The spectre of I bow he bad ever persuaded one woman i (I.",
steps already eth part of those
: beroee the tint tocsin of the corn- a Roosevelt caused whirlwind taken to this end In republican to marry him not to speak of two, who wltneilej ,111
stampede a the ":Irk assigned to the opening: ; of the day hefo,..
appropriateCommittees TO! rotes I heard a woman behind me
log trggle from the graceful orator 6y when
of enthusiasm and the coliseum of The
great the crowd
two houses which outside .
ef )11e1 ,U. Senator Julius Caesar on Thnrs- say "Isn't he handsomer The Jury the Colte: ,
was a perfect roar of shouting ; ; was smaller too. and
and good women were altojeth
Borrows twelve true
and taw initial formalities lit
waick started this momentous gather- voices for nearly half an hour. I : sworn. and took their seat In tbe jury general. Interest In the convention,

lug into meeting. This demonstration was decidedly I -ew York, re box They seemed to be conscious that at low tide compared with the fJdil

the feature of a day otherwise notable | I 68, Fairbanks every one In the spectators' seat was ment ot Thursday
Lasted Less Than Two Hour
for a stirring speech fromJb. permanent I :6. Fora- looking at them. Six Jury women felt
; l The e>pelWla.IoD lasted less than caairuan of the col"eaUonI of their back hair, evidently expectingto

two hours sAd was less notable for Senator Henry Cabot Lodge' of Mas I in the con- find it loose and ready to comedown I

p I the business accomplished than for the .cIlI1Nnfor much practical procedure : while tbe other six adjustedtheir
; dppartnnlty it afforded of seeing again In placing the convention on a b.... They listened attentivelyto
this stirring picture of the people assembled the Indictment accusing the prison >:
smooth running oasis and for the final _
: from of the i five women. I saw in,
ever) corner er Cf marrying
defeat reduce
of a plan to the representation
face of woman oaths Jurya
the every
of southern states at future
terrible premonition of thewrath to
national conventions. come and thought how hard It was on

Allies Have Lost Heart. a man to be tried for such an offense

Probably the most Important act of before women. C

the day. and the one having greatest "Wife No. 1 gave her testimony flrst. \

significance: was the adoption of the It was simply a form to establish her .

'port of the committee on creden- position. She looked pityingly upon -'

I -is: : seating the Taft delegations the prisoner while he looked at her :

practically In toto. If with no expression: at all. The other

re bad beei any lingering doubt wires were present,, and be stood before
them like a tame bull before thetore.dore
1 !'he Tart strength It disappeared before I
In Spanish arena."Wife .
this decisive action which In ; _
:' o. 2 told tbe story of how she. I
"Sect. placed upwards of TOO delegates .
bad been deceived betrayed. ruined.I .
In tbe Taft column.
glanced at tbe Jury a* tbey listenedto
Equally Important, and even more WADE ELLIS.
her. Their eye were flashing their
remarkable, was the final acceptance The man who wrote the 4. .1COf0RESSMAJ
Republican .
; facial muscles were working but they
; .:. .
J H: Ti ;:< 1f this result by tbe "allies" without platform with the Approval of were restraining their wrath. nobly. '

t : flip formality of a dissenting minority President Roosevelt.are Wife No. 3 was at a dlmidvantage. her

4)) rej' rt. and without carrying the question now investigating the operation appearance being agalr. ber. She : SHERMAN: : OF

: to the floor of the convention for and effect of existing schedules.In was surely very nntantefifily l dressed. NEW YORK.

the open fight which bad been long "And so the recital of betrayal went Nominated by Chicago ConvtntimhVic .
all tariff legislation the true principle '
turcatr-ntd on till the five women had told their
of protection Is best maintainedby President of United SUM
were Cast tales. The other two did
Brilliant Spectacular Features the imposition of such duties >swill harrowing As the delegates began 10 snivel
t from South not appear. I was very much Interested
TEe scene within tbe Coliseum was equal the difference between the New York. in watching the expression of strong force at the convention hi

a repetition of that of Tuesday In cost of production at home and abroad, republican i tbe Jury women The prisoner might the word that the rice pretlJIIQ

magnitude and brilliancy of Its spectacular together with a reasonable profit to amid better have been subject to the clawsof nominee... to be James 8 Stem

features. Again every seat American Industries; and the benefits l and twelve hungry lionesses. Being the of New. York commenced tote

was occupied and 14,000 people packIng that follow are best secured by the establishment ses first time tbey bad sat on a Jury all through The report iteadlly itmfl

l floors and aisles and galleries and of maximum and minimum I l hours. With were of course. Ignorant of tbe form cued and In a few minutes the -pip

I, platform, Joined In tbe ebb and flow rates to he administered by tae enun As soon as wife No. S bad given her Tine telegraph was :arrylcf inn

o f agitation and enthusiasm. president under limitations fixed In'' experience she was. the most attractive the hall the statement! that tn tp
the nomi
Temporary Chairman Burrows caU.'ecJ I tbe law. and her case was the most heartrending ment had been reached on the SB.

the convention to order promptly Trusts. I of all-up jump the forewo- discussed question.

at 12-20 but the delay of committees The republican party passed the man and says, or. rather, scream: J. Slat Fassett, }f N'e'" York,n

In reporting gave an hour for ..11y""IOD Sherman anti-trust law over democratic walls] of the 'Tour honor, we don't need to bear firmed on his arrival, (be report Ui
before I opposition and enforced it after presidential any more of this case. We are readyto
serious work of the It was to be Sherman and i< un
day was begun This time was given democratic dereliction. It ha been a .l."e' ODe truly box.1"Tbe find a verdict without leaving the Chairman Lodge to ua; > cilIligi

over to the visiting clubs, with wholesome Instrument for good In tbe In front, convention to order mill tee in
TOE OLIHECM ATD ST-CATOn JCLim IAaBCBRO' judge bowed politely to her and
,AH ..*, TKMPOUABT CHAXaMAJfor bands and vocal choruses, bearing bands of a wise and fearless admin : & and above told her that a verdfct, would. not be In bands which had been hired trtu

COXVK3T1ON. banners and strange devices of Q. O. l istration. But experience has shown rest. order till New York delegation could into
evidence for the defense J
country to "<,.< (;t si ,ar.11 Jatl! for presl P. elephant In front of the delegates that its effectiveness can be stength- and stirred In and the case summed where The chairman agreed to thli. lift!
eDt of the United Stafi The actual paraded this motley throng, coed and Its real object better attained was In upon she sank back Into her seat, fanning "f know there Is nithlni talk

work of the day was quickly accomplished eliciting laughter and applause. by such amendments a* will the culmin herself violently and muttering Sherman."

1' and committees on credentials This diversion over, the convention give to the federal government greater sons of 'He can put In any defense he like* Chairman Lodge called tie cwtlon '

platform organization: etc prepared turned to the committee reports. First supervision and control over and named, save Ha can't chance mil' onlnlnn to order and the nomination
( for tbe more Important butlness. was that of credentials--the very secure greater publicity In, the man now on the "Some of tbe-men-In the room tittered vice president was almost Immeffl;>'

All Roads to the Coliseum. foundation on which delegates beld agement of: that class of Interstate corporations but the judge glared at them and the proceeded with.

j Early In tile day all roads In ChIca- their seats and voted. It was presented having power and opportunity was reached prisoner's attorney arose. He summoned Timothy I. Woodward preueuldtt

IL ff turned toward the huge pile known by Senator Fulton, of Oregon to effect monopolies and at tbe Theodore B but a few witnesses to prove name of Congressman Sbermu j

hiT44 at tbe Coliseum with its back toward i In a three-minute speech stating that same time will not Interfere with tbe face and that Mr. Sweetword'i home with. his New York state, who was nomim

-r' Lake Michigan, ami its gothic turrets he action of the national committee existence of associations among business advanced first wife bad been a pandemonium; Mr. Crane of Massachusetts aed '

fronting rather shabby section ot had been fully justified and upheld.Senator men. farmer. and wage earners Ohio's tbs this bad driven tbe poor man toseek Sherman's nomination be iii

th. city. Here centered the conven Lodge Take Chair. to long as their conduct or operation with another and another till he bad unanimous Governor Fort of!|it!
results In pasltlve benefit without getting that connubial -,
: lion throngs-state delegations, singly a to the evangelist Jersey seornded th motlt.l l
The presentation of the comfort that any man ha*
report on public. the a right
and In croups some. with marchIng great to I motion prevailed unanlmoiiilj
permanent organization was tbe signal Railroad Legislation.We his speech I expect. When the advocate came to. '-'
clubs and bands, and banners for sum he Mr. Sherman was delared no"nnanlmously
for up skillfully
Senator contrived totbrowall
to yield his
tjeir favorites the Oblp delegation placeas approve the enactment of a rail ; for loos- the blame .
temporary chairman and to escort road rate law and a on the women In the
vigorous enforcement
with a huge blue silk standard bearIng of the : convention Pill
; to the platform the permanent chair of the case making no mention of the. various The republican
present administration of
the portrait of Secretary Taft -At of the Ohio del. Infractions of the law of the for the nomination of a man t to III
man the
convention Sen. .
Lodge the
statutes against
rebates and die
front an-1 rear the great building was of Massachusetts. other states lend lie drew a picture of tbe horror their ticket In the coming preldita
beselged by steady streams of humanity crimination, as a result of which the I hosts of married t
"The fervid fancy of life with wife No. t election and also the <
r until at noon almost every seat an uneasydream" advantages formerly possessed by the t broke into and Insinuated that wife ? o. 2 bad vice presidency of the t'ntled SU>>
was indictment hurled
!large over the small shipper have sub
\ in the structure was occupied and against the I been no better than she should have came to a close In the Collwa'
policies of opposition stantially disappeared. In this "
connection been before
great crowds stood outside to catch came In her marriage with Sweet- Chicago III., at 11: 41 FrIJatmoBillPREfI'ERRED
tbe echoes from within parties. i we commend the appropriation of 1 word Wife No. 3, be claimed, was too

The scene, when tbe vast assemblage The applause had hardly died away. $350,000 by the present congress In I Men vulgar for any man to live with. Wife DEATH TO AUKS
when "1 r. Lodge launched his sentence order to enable .
the interstate No. 4
i commerce who bad
was called to order was one of 1mpresslve had been angled for him had
#. dignity of animation and of which electrified the assemblage commission to thoroughly In : arena shamefully neglected him, while No C Banker Killsd Himself When! OlW!
co'nr. In the central Into Its first real demonstration 01 vestlgate and give publicity to the accounts : was a bard drinker.
'd arena sat the wild enthusiasm. men; Came with a Warrant
of Interstate roads.Currency. 'Here Is a case, lathes' he "
delegations, almost one tbousanj "The were snatch Aberdeen Ohio June 19-\ '
president, exclaimed Mr. ed 'where ,
strong and back of them their alternates or borne a man come to grief cnarjW-
I.oilne 1& the! best abused and most through his desire cer carrying a
q to
another thousand In number, The republican party approves the The a happy with misappropriation of va hi'i
popular man In tbe United Statei home Unlike the
with the standards of tbe states rising; ,, today." Aldrlch-Vreeland currency bill, but whisper who selfishly decries pampered clubman i of the Aberdeen Banking !cfflW:

here and there above the turbulent only as an emergency; measure. We of sound IDa marriage, spend the dootidi
This all his down
was the long awaited signal, Income on himself Instead were breaking
sea of heads. declare for a thorough andnew if
i system ) minutes, of him
Instantly a shout broke from the galleries supporting some good woman the barricaded home to place=
Cries of "Taft, Taft." and was echoed back from the of currency laws that will be Incoord It was a ,, accused, believing In the sanctity of arrest, D. n. Fawcett. preaJdlll'

3 "Taft Taft" went up from a thousand floor at first only a tempest of de- 'with tbe need of the times;, the rep.1 connubial life makes five Ineffectual the hank killed himself br aJo1IIII]

throats, as tbe well known face Inched! yells and cat-calls and shout anj which wilt be more adaptable to : into I attempts to build a nest- for the The warrant and the tragedy a"

1 i of tbe secretary-candidate was borne of "Toddy," but gradually gathering the demands of business and more Intensity and dear Innocents that are to come' He ed the appointment of a recew

-. to the front. Cheer after cbeer echoed force and volume I until It swelled to aahlrlwlnd elastic In its character as a circulating there Is a tben pictured the dreadful punishment the Aberdeen Banking compu'r.' '

from floor to gallery and back again, of sound and motion as medium. resources of the law Inflict oa this poor hunter for closed Its doors several MI "*
: Alms at Safety for the Toller. the tired happiness while bank '
and for the
a time Chairman Now was unable Integrates! and spectators rose en elfish bachelor Fawcett organised the

1. to proceed with tbe opening toe mas.e, mounting chairs waving banners The enactment In constitutional shout, goes free Ills last card, a glimpse of private concern two years .1,.

malltles. Wisconsin stirred tb hats bandk.rchlef.lIala, newspapers form by the present session of congress L- the conven Prison ;life. was very effectual Be -

echoes with a real college yell, whlcb. anything which could be sel*- of the employers' liability law; the ent closed by saying that h. left bU cli Rom Pastor Dmwn'

responded through the building and (." upon to add turbulence to the wild I the pascage and enforcement of the wee* case In the band of those be Rome. Ga.. JUlie 19.-Re";\I'II'>,
legltl-j sure were J':
safety-appliance statutes well good merciful the
exploded with a final "Rab-ran-rah- scene. as ashe women. Christian Temple CJarkson. pastor of
( additional protection secured for cli?. C
Wls.con.aln closing It all with the "The Christian church of this _,
cry of La Follette." A Snow Hurricane. engineers and firemen the reduction had been .truclloaa jury retired after definite In- drowned at Kirk's Grave, AUMThnrsdar
The !buran. or snow hurricane of the In the hours of laborer, trainmen anrailroad the con- from the judge. which none W0 d t
fit the
Senator Burrows Instroduced.It them while .
Pamir I* a meteorological phenomenon -- telegraphers; the successfu with, tie:: listened to. Nobody con.w- al that rAfter
was not until 12:18: that Chairman of great Intermt. Even in midsummer exercls of the powers of mediation r president feed that the prisoner had the allgbt- church weed picnicking dl"w,

1 New stilled the tumult, and with the temperature during i and arWtration between Interstate railroads I. of Cannon eat chance, .. the charge bad been eating their picnIc
brief formalities Introduced tire now bursn folly and conclusively party. Including Mr '
temporary frequently falls to 14 de- and their employees, and the of Illinois; Lint proved against .
: presidingofliceroftheconveatlon,, trees F.. while. In one winter It dropped I law staking a beginning In tbe policy Fordney, Jury and no real defense put In The decided to go In ewinUlilnI',1,

., Senator Burrows, of Michigan. Th 1 10 45 degree below zero st the end of of tempensatlon of Injured employees a wel- In favor deUbentect three days. when those Clarkson was a splendid t the' :;
venerable senator stepped forward I January. The buran come with startling of the government Old of the culprit gradually but upon diving down to
are among th'' MaD .1, won
1- with a ponderous roll of manuscript In suddenness the atmosphere growIng most commendable accomplishment dlct &S not' and tb70ur 1'.... of the river he became '"
dark with whirling snowflake atoo .'." and was oW
his hand. His lint few words were of the present administration. Bu for Fair'' I some trot lines
bsrely audible five feet away. Gradr. where wee' scarcely a clesr.minute before thesky p there I* further work In this directionyet of Indiana. preaaed listening indignatjos to his story with .up. fore he could _be rescued.
ually b. warmed to his perfectly When he had
to be dose, and the republican and flui5hed1aandsaid. ;:T *
he told of the glories of> the party he The Donkey. pm-ty pledge its devotion to every ; NI don't belleT. : State Senator DIes oi | :J

L. had served no lone, and the well Those who regard the donkey a* a L cause that makes for safety and the time lot took place. but any such trial ever New. York dune 19Janta.tsll lIP

) rounded: sentence carried to tie remotest stupid animal would probably be In betterment of condition among those results a1o Opinion ot wom.1t. Story shows your. liken, a member of the ., t

p corners hammered in her. and duced to alter their opinion by a tour whose labor contributes so much to I A\ad I swept out of oft tile answer' ii"No. of Michigan was ."lcl"| Trtnpjlexy ()>

there by an expressive gesture. Dot round tbe cot ol England and Ire the progress and welfare of the cotta :; : S.NNIB! BTOma room. and died on aerr to w! #:
It calculated 0')'. tral train -while enront
not to set
was a speech land. Where field I S. situated ImmedieMj thing --- -
T the bVxjd! tingling It dealt 'wit' the above high cliff and young Would Prevent Abuse of Injunction. 11mb to go '
record achievements. We declare for such of but ''A Hard .tut. fro"' J
.: party's and borne have been lamed Into It a donkey amendments be re.tored ,Calendar I is derived II

!_ A Magle Nama.Not oaf generally be found browsingwsy the statute of procedure lathe feJer.at I. the matter crsCIoaa" Oeorcl.1 meaning to call or P"1 tIIellJl U
1 JoHesS
until the senator made tie lint roniMMedlr tn their midst Need courts with respect to the use of flat don't Ia the child wltla Freddie sow a calendar proclaims

mention of "Roosevelt" drd the word team |* .*,. be I. ant placed there for Injunction a* will, on the one hand, off when GeorgiNo. mamma. You having know a fit? axed for civil purposes.
no oraaiBesjt, Owing. to fate superiorlottflgor prevent the summary Issue ot, such come .Idln die atutte sad Fred. -
seem to start the assemblage by a w. bet h. '
I magic thrill. Instantly the speech was snxblns' will Indare bin orders without proper consideration, ."-Ufe. I .It1tUd1noaIl1" before coald,,, aay On. .f Life'. Little 7rsi'' "

i drowned In a great shout, which went treawr. see 1' IN edge of the cliff. and, on the other, will preserve undl- she mesa & around tile bloclL.rau.- Bobbl. ran H* seized her, drew her to hit
: .nd the eofd whirls etberwUe would mlnlshed the power of the courts to loved r.ID1 deliberately struck her. file 1JIIdI.
all defecate 11"&c. ,
dp from sides a* sprang :
.. prolMiMfail etver and be killed lake i enforce their process, to the end that blllI to "."". sound Again and yet again i till
to their feet wand their hat, echo- .. ..
a Ivwioo from hIs example and avoid .. .dll
Justice may be done at aU times and : &. a repeated the blow and p
: lag back the tumult of the tbe dangerous) neighborhood.' Peer all : Yon very "arDed maD. WbI'I
gaflertes.I to parties. enouab tb.t "ooldn't thlDit no sign of suffering, bat w
where fluttering I ion'* Weak' She Natlca-ob eo", would .
Recommend Increase of Pension. w.nted ) 1'1' liBUllpaetatt you I rapidly growing .nte b.
and parasoU broke Into moving color Jt at_ I
t : curie nat ETel'a-IDdee4J for tile fourth time she .IIrtf Ifill''
es.iT -... NetlcaY-. "
makes me se. UIoedl-lUnatrafaol u. aDd her bead flew off. Sb8'

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;.; II City HewsWeather .7..znz.zLLr.ac2.2aa.-a; :
,Come to us

[for -. -- \" Have You Laces '
your _" I ICeport. --- a White Goods
"( MaJ. J. L. Burton bas returned

" ring. lUll Cre.conlOlty Juoe 101h. 1008.Jlln. tomporature. for Ibo Mln.weak for Mm end.1B.turday. fop. boro from, a Ala.visit, with and relatives attendance Greens at the Summer Stove ? Any woman wanting, the newest, should Bee what) '

.. ..m. P. m. Op.m. IH hrlll4 hre annual reunion of United Confederate we offer.
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14. Burma/..... "TO IN 87U '77 8 IHI 10 7U Veterans In Birmingham. Maj.] The stifling! air of a We do not cater to cheap trade. Every selection ia
irden Seed II o. Monday..... TO 8U 78 84 ?5 Burton was gone two weeks and had close kitchen i il changedto

in.17. TiinMiluy.WmlnmdV: :.77. 77 S 74 9H 84 ito ;Si:** a most enjoyable time. comfortable coolnessby a gem. Let us show them to you The weather is
W. '1'lun.doy.8 S 75 ? just right for what offer.
OIl $ installing a New Per. we
10. FrIUaj....... There Is
Jew Stock 77 eg 79 80 74 a way In which the town fection Wick
Blue Flame
' H D. WILLIAMS. Obeurvar.a council could spend some of the peo. Oil Cook-Stove to do the The C. H. Preston Co.ClTwidy'

.|Ha8 Just "" pie's money town improvement family cooking.No .
K I such as would meet with general ap .

Arrived.Stationery. Personal and Social. i proval. We refer to the cleaning up i* so convenient kitchen furnishing ai this :!ttl a.l.t:1t1CC1'D'Jr1t1t'lJ'Jr1r.1t1t1t':1t1r.: :
of the lake front's to the place. The
...... *'%< /*%* *"% "' wator Is low now and the work could stove. Gives a working

' K. M. White spent Monday In Pa be easily done. What an attractive heat at once, and maintains -
it until turned
latka. plaoo could be made of the Lake -that too, without over- COAST RAILWAY

Articles. The right-of-way for the new raIlroad Stella shore by cutting out the heating the room. If you examine the
lute not yet been secured. brush and saw\ grass at the head or LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14, 1908

' Wallace'JaJd has gone to Palatkato Central avenue and a small pavlllion NEW No. 99Dally [ No. 29 No. 7& No. 98

:id's Drug Store I engage In the collecting business.Mrs. built over the spot where this PERFECTION Dally. MAIN LINK : DailySiTarn".

sawgrass now ls-what an attractive :810 pin 9 20 am-' .;;;..........JuikNunvula., .............A r 7:111.: >m / -

B. F. Adams of Palatka spent place it would prove to our winter .\ Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove 7 82 pam pin: 10 1148 aft am nm Ar.Lv.::.:':'::::::.$1..I'iv.t; : '1'nliukn.! ', '.'.'.".,:.::.:.:t: 6 B 10 4pm82tpm pin: !23 itO ain am .
Crescent City, Fla.. all of last week here the guest of her' visitors. Then there is 912 pm 188 pin Lv............... ."'n''ICI......' .......Iv a 4t am
the Lake
916 18(1 ..... .. iiiiylonii...... !!
pin ,..
,i father Uon. J. U, Harp, and sister, Crescent front to the town which you will ne WIT. till It to. The heat from the 1010 pm: 120pm pin: t .:..:::::N..!.. H'nynm' .::.,:::..::I:: a 8 07 UO pin pm: 480 865 am ama :

rIlIllIC IIIJllllJ11 .nmm: 'm'mat! : M s. L. Baton. should be cleaned of the rubbishnow chimney the kettle of New Perfection" li nncmtratidunder 1900 1118 pm ntmu *B9f U.m) |pm: Lv Lr......:::::::::::'IIIMivllla.::\::,.:.. ....::.:.::::::::::.Lv: 19 lllpm 32 pra: I an CJ am am1JU

'The steamer Crescent greatly Improved In the water and thus add to the I/ radiation. Thus and not It dissipated doe the work through of the the room coal 12 89 am m 4 inn in pm pmoo :: tt::::;:.'.:..::iKn'uc'lii'K) J'::' :"..::;;:::::::.Lv, 12 2H pnllB4am am114am'

Is expected to resume its beauty of the town's approach by range without lu dlocomfort. Aik yourdsel.raboutthi.stove.lf 124 moo am ?: pm I.v: :::::::'::'::::Melbourne:; ........ 11 44 am 108 am
amrO oo pm Lv .Ii.\ i'lorw ?:,.,..,.,.::.lv:: : 0 en am 1115 pin904pm
regulur; run by the latter part of next steamer. A few benches or seats on not with him,write our fleetest agency. oo' amsea I 9 04 pill Ar..Wo7 I'Hlin lhoaoii..Lv 7 89
t M.'. H, READ, week. : am 10 in ;pm: LvAr. ::::::::.ifi LniKlorUulo.::::::::::: 5 69 am am 7 st pms :
the shore of this lake In South Park 788 am 11 49 inn ......... ..........MlnmlM )................... BOO am010pm 20 pmIJOOpm
Miss Beatrice Wald arrived home would also an attraction to all The, I. a very fiooo am alto/ am Iv.................. html .................Ar
ESTATE prove tim oo am 10W Ar..IIn1l1u.I.. ...
AL L nm
Saturday afternoon from Marion the people during the summer sea ..L"' .., am I'n plIO.hand.om.of t300 pm ........................ Ar ..... "Krillfhljijvov llork"i ..'...Lv I.vUOllm...... ................. til 200pm)00 am

Crescent City, Fla. Vtt., where the has been attending a son. At least a dozen people have houMfurnlihiag andglve.. 'Dally except Sunday. )i"11"'; )" und Trmralays only.' ITueaia,.and Saturdays onl,.

young; ladles college. made theso suggestions to the News, i' electricity a char, powerful Safe light everywhere mor agreeable and always.than gal Madeof or _- _ -'-PALATKA UwANCH' ---_ _ _

\Howe Rev. Mr. Louder, Methodist and this paper passes them on to braaa finely nickel plated Leave EAST PALATKA
propery."cres.tir'i \ pastor -juet the thing for the Eant Arrlvo LoavePslaikik PALATKA TO Al!!::
la now on the mar3' 3 of this circuit will preach at the the council for Its consideration. llvinf-toom. If not with your dealer writ ourneareet PalMkaenoain. TO PALATKA ['alMkaIV EAST PALATKA PcLa
Auditorium at 8 o'clock p. m. Sun POMONA NEWS.Mrs. agency. ............No. 40 Dully 1 ..... .... s ItO Rn- '1103/ -nm ........_..]1o. 'I? D.lly.........-. 811$---am-

Icular attention /given to | day, July 5th. The Methodist of Standau-d Oil Company 02A am am02A ::: ::: :: :g Dnlly Dnlly: : :::::::::::: g it en an: I II Cut in nin3M mil :::::::::::J:: : lii 41) r.::: :::::::::::: Ir BI am am

limo ant Dully.............. 10 pin ) 58 hilly............ 810
this (iMorponlod pm pm
>> section
at City property listed < are going to make the James Moore and daughter ofiearwater 4 08 pm .240.40 Dully............. 4 UQ I pin 4'10 pm .No M 11,11110.............

e. occasion a rally day. (friends here, last Flu., were visiting old 7 DODprn SB pin ::::::::: : : flelup.: :: :::::::;;;;:. o"J5 5J'n jini 7 o(lift( I"1 pin: :::::::::::: : 57 1W::: ::::::::::::...400pm: :::

week. Mrs. Moore ___ __ _
Hon. Samuel J. Hllburn of Pu- -- h ____ __ ._ 8.iNM.rEOnJtANCH
oo _ _
was for many years a Pomona resident _ _
latka will deliver the Fourth of July and will be best remembered as Piplar-Smith Wedding.A TUB Bio HEAD LoaveP > EAST PALAT-K ArilvoMMOO Lnav SAN MATEO TO Arrive

:i: : : oration at Crescent City' big basket Miss Leila Curtis.. bountiful wedding took place Is of two kind-oonceitand the big head Eaot'alatka, : TO SAN MATEO I \ M at. o EAST PALATKA pir.a

S3pn.cr, pIcnic and barbecue. There will be Miss Edith Krook has gone; to New' June 18th! at half _past one at tbe that comes from a sIck headache. Does 880 am ............No. 4U Dully; ::::::,::-.... are ..mw .m- ..ito. AU n.lly............ u
\); Dentist. dancing for the young people In the, England; for the sum Iller. Her home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Lee Smithof your head ever feel like a gourd and 8 Ifl nm.............No. Milaiy.1 .., n.,t i n_","," ],.." ........74... r.41)nIiv.............400 ..
hall. Come everybody I I' many friends wish her a most pleasant Pomona, when their youngest your brain feel loose and sore? You can j No. 21 No.ID 17Dully MAVJ" >OnT No. ia I 1..2:1: No.24
-- vacation\ and hope for her return daughter! Stella Oertrudowas united cure It In no time by acting: on your liver !
Next Sunday will be observed as in the early full. ," In marrlnge to Charles Harrv with Ballard'a Herblne. Isn't It worth Dully DallyIn Ut-fCH: : D.lly I Dally Daily .
li Benldeaoa on Prospect Slroot. Children's Day at the Presbyterian of Pomona, Be,. W. $ .. Woodwell Plplar trying for the absolute and certain. relief oo pm 9 oo pm f :,"rn I j,; ..:.JivI.-, ,;nvi:7o..Ar. : 700--;;;; l 11220 pan 600";pm
Itv. Florida Miss Mary L. Morrison of Arling you get? Hold by Ack 'rmao-Stewart 40 ion 9411 pm I 10 VI nm I i.v..t'ntIo. noli' ...., 4 20 inn ilL 40 aol 0 20 pat
:;; church and the services for the day ton, Mass., Is expected within a ; officiating.The Co. .... san pm oil pmli I 10 2H inn I.v.Atlunlli1 n,'nflt 1., 018 RIn lit iii am it lA pm .
week to spend the spacious verandas were beau- Drug _- ? ) nmi' nun nm Ji4nain jAr' _.._\ln\ yrt ',. CI.R'n! 1I2Uam AOO mil
have been specially planned with summer with '
her Ifully decorated with palms, mag'nolla Sine Against Our Ey... n4Imlly '
parents and no one will be more ; :
ohna River by Daylight. musIc and flowers to please the little ', ferns and vines and an The first offense against tho Is : i'z-171" } Orange City OrNo. Kindly: welcomed here than eyes .
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Is Invited. again abundance of flowers. Silo ox. Hilt r. 'Ti. "'.. ""lIn. ax. Huh". ...S"a.
people. Many potted
eachMiller Everybody M IHS Morrison.Mm. plants/ were used with charming reading with a poor light This requires I 40 pm 900;;;; Lv.: -Now Mit;;; r'iaAr.i;-- i I' I ,t' D"),I pin, too-cm I.v TIIIIHVllleAr. 1280 pm
Line Lounds drug store is furnishing a Julia Ward of Welaka has I fleet. A large the ciliary muscle to do extra 820 pm lOliUsn 7.V. l.ake lIoIc'u, t.y.lmiml i.', 4 ni pin DPI In Ar. Oaiifnr'* Lv. 980 aol
wedding; bell was work to sharpen sight It applies to 886 pm 1000am lV.Orni.so: : lily I.v lila: ) I: :: 4 pin ....... ... : :: S ...
large number of popular and cooling; been thi* guest of Mrs. M. E. Erwin suspended at one end of the veranda, S4" pm iiQ0in .... OnIt'C.!iL .I'J2' I1j lii .I".1'.! '.. '".
[aDler CUESCKNT.k for several days. composed of and white flow- dim lights, twilight, sitting too fur =
temperance drinks u matter greens ,, .
Oonneotlos mut ,'t' '( K Weot 'I..n...
y r "
are with streamers of white ribbons from tbe light The second offense Is :J' !5..!.:. .:; !.!.l .t.
f .--- how dull It may appear on the street Mrs. Coats and daughters of Day- tinder which the of .."..TIt..1 TIM IC T RI IJrt: if.nw 11it>Li,..,'.nf wlilfilt. trnlna may b..espeot. there U at (onu Beachciu guests of Mrs. C. ceremony was per. one posture Stooping or lying down rlv and depart fromlt vrrl ninllfii' ; ..... their. ..rrhn..r il i.partura at th.tinu.Sstated
always something dolug
.onvUleonTao> ,Tbunday. Lee Smith last week.C. formed. congests tbe eye besides requiring unnatural I. nntKunrufituoil' nor""..ri i ha tuiilpany> liolil Jtnvlf r0Hpoiir.il for...: d..laJ'
aya at 1:80: a. m. for Wean Cove, this popular fountain. The strains: of the wedding march, work of the eye m uscle Heading < a.cay ion iff.in.tnpo lirl'itng_Iht i'i'ftii. ___ .= =.
resoent City and principal Wo.Ieava. ,. Remember the Fourth of M. Webb C. H. Plplar and S. played by Arthur Smith, brother of on trains Is tho-thlro1 offense the Fo..C.'o".C tlin ofnl Tin' < Hril "rOllmr Informal,
; grand E. the ".U.I.: ] '. : ',"
Pock were visitors In Palatka[ recently. announced the coming of ACilI-lN'J.
4: July Barbecue and Basket Picnic in the bl'ld"l party. I motion causing such frequent changes J.D. RAHNER. Asslu'tunt Oea'-i'al'i'aVj.4'] ., sr. IJUUSTINE.. FLORIDA
.Crescent oily on Wednen- The of focus and position as to tax tbe L- -, ''Ii
Crescent City on the Fourth. People bridesmaid Miss Ethel Smith, ---- .
ye and Monday at T a.m. Samuel Durst has had the misfortune later muscles of fixation. Reading without
of the bride nnd Mr. Calvin
are coining from all parts. of the
Ills wharf foot of Laura Street to lose one of his lately purchased Webb. as best man followed by the needed glasses or with badly fitted _
U peulnsula; be sure you are one of horses. I ride and groom came down the ones Is the last. Eye strain l Is certainly

bart foot of Lemon atrMtVRK them. An excursion Is also coming Mrs. Frank Waldron after spending I winding stairway through the hall a factor In producing disease of

from Pnlatka. the winter with Mrs. M. 1'.. Er- oil to the veruiulii, which was carpetd every part of the eye. Old age Is the
't Capt. and Mrs. B. C. Ivory Mr. will has gone to her home III Ormond where they were met by the time of retribution for those who have

: Tralllo, Manager for tile summer minister. sinned against their Health.A lB U L1 L
and Mrs. O. P. Havens Miss Ktliel The bride looked charming in a eye :EYT' I IN -
P. left for New
,Jacksonville. Fla. Lee and Master Walter Lynch sailed Berry Monday white china silk, made princess VITAL .
'. for the north on a Clyde Line York state for a visit at his old home style, trimmed elaborately with 1s: Effective June ist 1908. c
which he him not seen for eighteen Tim most delicate part of a baby Is It's I-.
her tulle
point lace veil held In
\.t. B.TORREY.aker Steamer from Jacksonville last years, and to be present at a. reunion place by a wreath of orange was leaves bowels. tvery ailment that It Buffers { COO Mile State Family Ticket, $11.23. '. !

'" Tuesday. As usual they will spend of the faintly I nd flower She carried n' shower with attacks the bowels also endar goring Good over the Atlantic Coast Line In State of Florida, r
aker Embalmer. the summer In Worcester Mass. !Mrs.! E. L. Eames who haM been boquet of bride's roses. I In moat canes the life of the infant.McGee's for the head or dependent members of..a finally limited "I,,1( }
Mr. and Mrs. The bridesmaid was beautifully Baby Elixir cures dlarrhcpi, for ono from date of sale. I
visiting' her parents, C. year
Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Reed left on I dyaentary and all derangements of the !
_of Caskets and Coffins L. Smith for two weeks hits, returned owned In 'a light blue china. Bilk, stomach 1,COo Mile lutercliuiiftoitblo InilUIdiml Ticket I '
bowels. Sold
or by Ackerman
the early train last Monday morning to her home at Ancona, Fla. trimmed profusely with lace and In- $20.00. : 'I
Stewart Co.Broke .
N. C. where ertlon, and carried of Drug :
for large
neT Highlands they a boquet :A.
Rev. W. H. Woodwell Monday Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 3i) other Hues
| CITY FLORIDA yellow roses
S will remain until October. High. morning; for Dtnburg;, N. H., where The was in conventional In the Southeast:! aggregating 30,000 miles. Limited :
lands is a beautiful spot in the he will supply, returning; to Pomona black. groom Up HI. Speech. for one year from date of sale.

lit mountains some 25 miles from the III September.J. At conclusion of the ceremony Judge Norton was solemn stern and 2,000 Mile Finn Ticket, $40.00 Y

t City Transfer Co., railroad, and Is a popular resort for D. Wyeth departed Monday to congratulations were extented to the dlgnlfled to excess.: lie was also egotistical :, Good over the Atlantlo Coast Line and 30 other lines

those who enjoy quiet. spend the summer with his father ouug couple, after which delicious and sensitive to ridicule. Judge '- In the Southeast aggregating 30,01)0) miles for..a man- ..
tins at Crescent City Juno III Cambridge Mass. refreshments were served, consisting Nelson was a wit and careless of de agor or head of firm and employees, limited< to live, but %
\ght trains by appointment. The special services which have of lee-cream, cakes and fruit punch. corum. He did not like Judge Norton.At ) good for only one of such persons at a time. Limited YA
been i conducted at the Baptist church Mrs. Welch and Miss- Emma The bride Is the youngest daughter a bar supper Judge Norton In an ,: for one year from date of sale

i S. M. LABEEE. Manager I during the past two weeks by Rev.V. and Welch will have pans closed the summer their at cottage a Tennessee -' of Mr. and Mrs. O.tlioe Smith and IKcharming elaborate speech referring to the early ,' J1'i'Cntot;; saved In passage fates by purchasing local III\
hi and accomplished young days of Wisconsin described wltb tragic "f? tickets from our agonts. "'
\ W. Bailey of Jefferson City mountain resort. of a very lovable disposition {t
l"dYI manner a thunderstorm which once Interchangeable tIckets of Atlantlu Coast Line Isit'
f. HARRIS Tenn., came to a close last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Welngart of Flora- II beloved by n .host nf friends
overtook him in riding the circuit The : sue sold prior to June 1st will be Rood on these lines In
Mr. Bailey preached every night for home have been guests of Mr. and verywhere.
the state of Florida June 1st and
The Is the of Mrs. Net- scene was a awful "and said the Judge, thereafter
Mrs Frank Hnele.Fi groom -
Barber, two weeks, and it Is reported that tie Plplar, and U the popular A. C. "I expected every moment the lightning I I } Above books are ou sale at all Coupon AgencIes
>RESCENT CITY. several young; persons have been 'lends of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. I.. station agent and telegraph operator would strike the tree under which
converted as a' result of his preach. Wakefleld regret; to bear of the deathof ? at Pomona which position he I bad taken shelter." t> I ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
their Infant at Bonaven-
On Sunday Mr. Bailey wentto daughter hall held for ninny years. Than," Interrupted Nelson, "why
ing. tire, 1"., June 18th. Ja For further Information, call on nearest Atlantic
and satlsfackve He Is hlghy
flop a clean an upright young man, thunder didn't you get under anothertree ;
Seville, where It Is thought he Comma Line Aftnnt. Call on or write to '
and Hair Cut. guaran- Mrs. Lawrence Peek of DeLand esteemed by every one, and a ?"- J
will conduct series of special meet- Ledger FRANK O. BOYLSTON A. W. FEITOT: ,
tf. credit to hU mother.
fry me. has been visiting Mrs. Courtland
:;i i!
Traveling Fiws. Agent Division. Puss
tbe church. The gifts were numerous and beau- ( Agent
jL : logs In'. Baptist Mlddleton for number of days.
tlful, consisting of silverware, cub p.
I;: Private Hospital and I The people of thlsplaoe have been Mrs. W. J. Keown and Miss Nellie glass[ china, linou etc showing the
offering their townsman, Henry arrived Saturday from DeLand and popularity of the young couple Our New

t) Sanitarium.nlllty Hutch Inson, hearty congratulations will spend the summer- in their home The brides going away gown was 1'
here. a dark blue tailor made suit and
for the
Jif medlunl for the nnd proper NurRlual I treatment cesoc.ppllanooo. on his successful of campaign the Circuit Court J. B. Eames who has been In Jacksonville huge white hat, trlmed effectively Hair -- --
office of Clerk I with ribbons and flowers with veil
trulnecl nuntufl, qulvt the past winter was in town Vigor '
.. Hp ol..l-ntteutloil given to !md County Clerk, the duties ot Monday before !going to his home III to match gown. :
.TeruiB 2< 4Dttoajrtona Our Place Business
on npplluutlon. o. Only
Via.A. which he will enter upon the first of Boston. They left on the 4:48: ) traIn for a
*4LOVi and R. ,1OWIBPliyaloluna hereIs trip In the north amid showers of Ayer's Hair Vigor was good
In Qliara0 lexc January. The one regret Miss Margaret Brad has gone to rl ce and good wishes for their future is at address below where we carry in stock a large supply of

that his elevation to this linpoitant Mass., for the summer. happiness. They will\ be at home the best that was made. But Engines,' Boilers, Saw Hill Kdgers, Planers, Shingle Machines,

|a want a Cool Drink office will probably mean the removal George Leonard .of Jacksonville after July 10th. There were guests Ayer's Hair Vigor new improved Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery, Saws, Belting, and

1 dealer' for of the family to Pulatka.. wad in town last Friday. attending to present Welaka from Como Jacksonville and Frultland., Daytona, I formula is better. It Supplies. Write uswhat you want, we can supply you and save you

J. P. Moyd who has a photographtent his propertyinterests.LAKECOMO_ I Is the one !great specific for fallIng money.

ed Sodathe ou West Central avenue has What Shall We Have for Dessert ? hair. A new preparation In

been taking some very clever photo Try JELlj-O the dainty, apnotlalnir. ooonomlual every way. New bottle. New t/h Malsby Co. I
and build- Mrs.; J. M. Moore and daughter d nnort. dim be prepared InHtnntlyHlniply !
| views of residences public Lois, of Clearwater visited Mr. and Rum,! hulllnu( writer uml serve whoa contents. Ask your druggist to
of the best of the latter cool. Fhivoitjil June rlffht, ; ewotonod JUMt "
jjty Bottling Works. ngs-oiiB Mrs. C. C. Sullivan recently. Khtt; pe.laol In avery wny. A lllo pnukHKOiiukon show it to you "the new kind. 41 S. ForsythSt.Atlanta .
being the new Baptist. church. He viiottKh iltlnw'rt for a Inrue filinlly. Aucrocus
Clarence Carson of Boston, Kill It. Don't accept mibMtltutuH. Doe. not efianfa Iht color of Ifie Aar.rormaia -.
8-Cool, Refreshing, has also takeu some excellent family who has been the guest of his aunt, KLL-O complies with all Pure Fowl 1wa. -
for post cards and cabinets Mrs. Rosalie Blood has returned to 7 lifcvorHi-Irfiinon.OrnnHe, uipborry,Btrnw- .wlthMoh b.'*' Ga.

.iug. You can get it of that croups; are a delight to the eye. Mr. his home. ber.y.lJlloool..te.Olto.ry. Puuuh. A I Skew d.ik..to..you _.
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.1 grocer. If not, send floyd states that he will be here until Mr. snd Mrs. Wm. S. Prior and Restaurant Storlee. gersL. *A h..k n him doM about b*_It'* .

e. after the Fourth of July. He son Chas. Henry have gone to their "1 don't care for the vulgar type of

SCHOOP Prop. result makes Is low doing rates a on big work business and with ss a summer them.Best wishes home for safe Wakefleld Journey,follow Mass restaurant
the color of the hair. You may use U
Palatka, Florida. our people. J. D. Mltahdll Is quite Ill, needing the. guest shouts nugrlly to the waiter: freely and for any length of time without
The Methodists of this section medical attention. 'Ugli, tbls steak Is not fresh! WhatA fear of changing the color. Stops '

Notice have finally decided to locate their horrlbla smelll Here, waiter, sedge ailing! hair. Cures dandruff. Fifty-two Times.
D. B. B.iybon and daughter ---
Howl lots on Mrs. for yourself! -M"d.by tli*J.o.ATM" On., Lawoll.K....- .
be rooelvod by the Board of church on ono of the Orudell and cousin Mists Lllllo Horton "But. shaking his l bead the waiter "
,illiecionor.' of Putnam (j Jounty, Summit street-the one directly In have gone to Jacksonville to "'
It Hinting on IW H, forT poliits to tbe next table and answers
time. a stiiyHt
> nillus of Jr11,1Lcl:: ': d ,', rear. of Mr. Coe D. Smith's hunjraloo.: spend some
h. ot whluli ClOt IM ....it with that plnce Miss Lllllo will go to grinds:
".tru T. J. Kofiurn, Putnam Hall, The transfer has itut yet been inndathough HiirteiiHB, U.*., to attend the camp- 'Lkv pardon, sir, you're quite Korrect Shapes Won't Break"If
Joynor, (iriiiitlln. 1'111.r..on.o that Is a \lucre "formality. meetliigi. held there. After several .vroriir. It's the other gentleman's
r the rltfUt to reject ouyJOHEFI1 Mr. Eaton luis arranged l 10 take the mouths' visit with relatives In alffaf ab':

inilOE Oltlrk.. church at arovf..d"l.l .low)'. move chit cltiea she will return ti> her "Or the stoiy of tho onto wbo com
home. Miss Llllle will be greatly wlnil .
lihllncnl I ilion hula planked nlinil,
acks Wanted. and r..bulid\ It belts. "".1 Hilt work uilasHd by her rrfcitlves and manyflitlids
lug :
C'n-soent up /
.shortly. herlt.
ohnse "corn out fRed cotlull will begin; very '''I 1 liopt1 3011 ilon't Iblnlt me IIl1r"II'OOIlJ" R' '
and potato saolts 11 In City Is rapidly uuquliluif\ a Ifputaloii Mr nllll\frs., 'W L O"M.. and son, '. wit. 11cr?' :

Itlon.PAr'l"C". ., as u "town of cliurclm" Willie, and Miss Llbbltt: Hai", lil '.%o, no, sir,' tIme waiter unawel'eJ.'You're .

Ten "'''f'TORY. N. Cttto Oil''"'' (UI'l from have returned. from Jacksonville, the sixth person what bus complained
Rev R. 'after H very delightful time ppeni If you llfcl a Mraight lest and roomy toe look at this tleimnl pair of I
.D-Second band buna andy Jacksonville last Hatuidny: \ nud spent there\ shopping mid sight! seeing about that portion of slrnd. I
kind. any j'lnntlry\ any1 Sunday here prhlng that. night Thurs wiis pr. obliij( In the M. K "011 n somewhat higher plane are the 1 & PACKARD

pay frlrtJrh. BXCHMONDtiuhinotid. before ii Urgrt congrr gulch. lit thHapHst church Sunday mo>rlllnlC. Soug s"i- moot stories. Thus a strange guest SHOES
VI' .6- II"lnr. ub ureb. Mr.\ Hud ;.Mm.! CuteuiU view Wits held III the evening.Mr. uys:
_" this !Isn't a .barber shop as
the cii lId rail luft I tic 1d Inc log; nnd Mrs. ud41.lIfonJ..r.. Mrs.J. well art a restaurant? I see a lot of _ _ FOR MEN
I.'. Oubln and Mr. and In. O. U I '
3CRIBE FOR THE Monday. morning for Jacksonville, Sullivan iittendfd the Piplur-Smllh razors lying about' OUR GUARANTEE 1 You know they will be

)A TIMfS-UNION where they will n-n.Hln Ht lount until wedding at Pomona ou tho IHch: 6tJuno. .. Ob, uo, sill' ,eae the waiter. 'rhishabetisyour I comfortable, and our 'iI

the completion of lilt! church __ Thosa are for the steak customer amiuninc**that* and If otirpromt the I guarantee assures you '

> Great Stilt Paper house Mr.I fat. U hOW engaged PoOR MiLK Did you say sunk sir?' output Burrojapa or **dull* I positively that they will 1
.AMD SUNDAY, MONTH Tha pr' ,l ile l WKC'1, sorry''to TorNnv CAW TEH. pen" In Korrect I wearY to your absolute5hepehoehraekthrouighbaforetheflrst
it...S i 60 ie Mouth..lath Q upon. Is often thought to ba roxpouslble for atInfant's I I J .
Il'The &p\
Tw.I. xcrlli family just" lIS"'"ly the osnae of your rheiimatlsrn satisfaction. \ .
this >
lIoaUto..oo have
loss In weight or general poor mole wears through,"you may haw a newixdrfrw. _...., I ,
M-Weekly' Times-Union andFiner flew Baptist obnroh h..r- l h". dll' health Tlie cuuue usiin.lly la th'it but you know yon havo It. Do PACKARD F1LLDFearnside ...
to work wilt> It vie' "r ""'- fie' i-hlld hue wornw. They g"t the you know tab Itnlfard's. Snow Liniment B_ M__ ..:;-----
and fruit Grower.. elded .. n'.s- uuurlvlimaot la the food and tlie baby. I wUI Oil rll II ?-rnllrvea the pain-reduces ,
Mr. CutS i fur ili ,iierinMiwiit '! llmbnrs the and ..0'
\\m\im or th" Oeo.t.Weekiy| rt tug starves,actually starves. White's CrenmVarmlfnga the swelling an Joints
brloulliml. .nd citrus rrulu,ll:: tornrami U I I. unil.-r.lo.id. that I the KXo'xIstha worms and consoles. w> that you will ba a* active and Lemon St.
>Tb ll two p..pi>ra ror II 00 per f wr' W"' to him under o1lr. and safe. well us you ever were Price aDo, BOo Company
ui rour uMrlptloa. Idea I III mcrw" ishes the child sure Clothing
Pal!atka Flea
.is-UaloaJicksonlllfti. raln oo.idHloos which the church I, leotH. Bold by Aok..rm"o-Stewart ooul'-l and DrulJ ft 00\.00. Bold by Aokerm&o-Stewart ,

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1 Tree Mail Delivery. \VtU Engage; in Btnaness.Sb The Palatka News I II PALATKA TAKES
Foctoffie Inspector C. Eo WRb6tU'1' .ri3! R. C. owen U solo to I Hoi Weather
of AUanta spent a couple of I j!!engage la rte: wbolecal grocery basUMS BOTH GAMES Kennedy Hardware Go
the cttjr Ibt week, and while here !',: In Inl city. soon aa the DCClsary Specials !
made as tnvnttzarioti with a. view arrmojra>e l. can be made. ,
r to f-eumcsmdins the eMabUvbroent < He Is already at work with a force of;j I: blip fiapp .lng$ aad f From Arcadia's Strong Baseball Summer time is here -DBALKBB IX-
try s* department of carrier service ; men preparing qaarter fn the Ora- Crowds is lookingfor
lu Palaitka.! > ham Hoo** b;.ock. od tee partition | PtrR aal mtatica Aggregation-Big and everyone
,+ 8*<-r,"tay H M, de 31' !l mOmn of were beloit taken .,ot on Ta...day. so $ > $ See the Games. the best bargains ob- Hardware, Stoves
be PaUika board of trade look itr. I,that tbe apace will all be thrown Into" .... ". taiuable. I have the bargains ,
Webster to tow and showed him the !on large room. It..m make large That Palatk people are JustifiedIn keep
Improvement that have already 1 I and convenient atop and b mot admirably Postmaster D. M. Kirby I I. In NewYork. feeling: a pride In the accomplishment and you can Farm Implements
E baseball. club none comfortable in and
beeo made and that hare been order situated for the bwlneeeproposed. of their cool and
t retdenee I i )tr. Howell own lei i will deny who witnessed Ihe games
ed la the way of sidewalk IV. J. Bryan of Carraway was In last these pretty
numbers and street .Ign*. aDd tbe ; block: and the rooms designed for wltn the strong Arcadia learn I5c Garden Tools.
city yesterday.S. afternoon. 5c lOcI
unoccupied. Monday and Tuesday LAWNS at
b Inspector ex nd himself a* satisfied i bl us* are at present ,
( thai a Urge part of the eity I Mr. Howell will not retire from the. J. Banlow and family are at Tbe visitors are without doubt
V Stcmld soon measure op to the requirement ''officeof sheriff until next January. Daytona Beach for some time. club In south Florida, and is their evidence and I9c yard. Fine Cutlery.
of the department for the abut it I* hi* purpos* to have everything work on the local diamond
E. O. Painter of Jacksonville wa more-Every
their reputation Worth much
e.tablkbmeD'of tots service. i in readiae for the opeolu of tnat they cam by
at the Arlington Hotel on
Mr. Webeter left on the afternoon : hi. new enterprise by September l.tHe a guest honestly. pattern a Rm.: Accent for the
Tuesday. of celebrated
train Wednesday bat before hU departure I| wilt do an exclusively Jobbing The Palatka team la also one
be said enough to warrant trade. Hon. John P. Wall of Putnam some standing. It ranks with the Laces and Embroideriesat
faith on the part of leadior eiUxeos j I Palaika formerly took blgb rank Hall wa. in the city all day Wed beat amateur club In the state. 01 reduced prices. Oliver Chilled Plows.
who met him that rxoinineiwla-- I a* JoMiloi- center and It may be nesday.Mr the fourteen game played sine the greatly .
I with brick street and otherimprovement. season opened It ba won 8, lost 4and vJ Shirtwaistsat
tloo would be favorable. Lack oft our new *. Dr. Hiram Byrd of Jacksonville Wash Skirts

(, sidewalks numbers .re street> tIM only sifcns things and house that :!I 11re b start in*tbe the wholesale city will buslne tak. W. Warren.Mr.ia here. on a visit to Mn. Dr. E. There lied 2.was a big called crowd the present attractively low prices. Planet Jr. Implements

bare stood In the way of thU service I when Umpire Leeks gamelast
In Palaika for some ..... II! Sacred Concert. and Mn. R. H. Browning and Monday afternoon and the spectators Hattie El. Buky.
of the prettiest games
j eou.Jamie of Frauds were vlsiton saw one
(' St. James' Methodist Church. I 1 Tbe public U' cordially Invited to I!In St. Augustine Tuesday. I ever played on the local diamond. Tbl store eI...... et.'j Thursday
attend a mnslcal service at the Howell -I i Neither team was able to score until at 2 p. m. THE
crr K. DCTILLPATOB. J. of Interlachen I Ie
I \Vylla
when Falatka
fifth innlug,
1 Theater Sunday night June 2Sth. I the
r. 4 t The following service will be beld A free will offering will be taken by l.ueodioR' the good roads conventionI i scored three runs on two singles a
r, at the. Methodist charco ODDest ; the young ladle of )Ir. Hamm'.I I at Ocala this week. two base hit and an error. The locals
Sunday.: Sunday. school class for tbe benefit of 1! Mr. and Mn.: Frank fenny of I scored another ron in the sixth inning Kennerly Hardware Co.
Sunday: school at 9:15 a. m -ci****. I the new Baptist ehoreb. and the I Federal Point spent! yesterday withV by a single a sacrifice and an ,
for sal-Tb* Young:; Men's Bible members of the choir hope that ail Mr. and Mrs. E. )L Earnest. I error by Arcadia's first baseman.
t Class a special feature here. will respond liberally. Tb. followI Twice Arcadia filled the bases, but Pal atka. Florida.
Divine service at 1 1 ax> a. ni.. mad I! log is the program a* arranged by 31... C. E. Earnest and Mis' Sarah tbe safe hit were not coining and <@ k
7::i0 p. m. by tbe pastor. Open win I.< the choir of which Miss Ida B. Leib I Marl Wilson of Bestow are visiting the visitors were unable to score until -
', dews and plenty", of fan*. Oood J !. directress: Mr. and Mn. E. M. Earnest. the seventh inning, when they 4" .=

'' lulu leDdh-lp'ul'prearhiDr. Every-I Puma-Tsann.merOrartne-4L w'.gner I Edward Fitzgerald editor of the pat one man across the plate. -
body welcome 1 .- M r. R.O. wnnnt.How Daytona Gazette-News, was a visitorin The sore by innings was as follows VJ
"' BeautUerL'poa tbe Moaa-
Is Very Grateful. Antbem-tat.s-Pptanr7. .. ( horPrayer. : the city on Wednesday.Be :

+ 4 To the Democratic Voters of Putnam ] ..ltb Ile.R.V.0 My J.C.*CoiiumQa.rtetTarr nor I, S. J. Townsend pastor of the Palatka.. ...000081000471Arcadia. B K.E i 5k-N933k39aq..F33b "' a1 9 38 gq ji99
County: O. ood )fr.Ienten )t Bi CoUum.Mrs. Congregational chnrch. Inlerlarhen .. .00000001 0-142 Shocks i
.M. A. Dames.Mr. B. k. : visitor In the .
was a city yesterday.A.
I certainly am very grateful to you ttolo"Rock< Aies--nemiek. 1oua obit.I Summary: Bases on b.lle-Off El I The Only Complete
all for my nomination to the office of I : T. Sqniers. the big saw mill and lington; oil Burelson 2. Struck,; $4 Line
V County Treanorer in tbe primary of I T Pra"'T.-.tn fr. It.ntoe,. MIr>mA"Uial-'J LHb. Mr.C. A'ckwb timber operator of Omega. St. Johns :out-By Ellington 7. by Burelson $3 $3.50 ...
Jane 16th. I am not a politician : / -"O Lad, ifs 1hftalu1 -B.nkttdlr. county was In the city Wednesday 'Stolen basos-Cnlhouu Petty of
.. .... BentonORrtoryMorse of Furniture and
and I played no schemes deception Palatka. Time of -1::50. T House
game all kind l cf women
to Bain advantaae durlc the I Bolo."CaDI. -KiehI Miss Violet Merwln left last Sunday lake ;
I tar* Mr. warner. T. H.mm TUESDA Y'8 OAI E.
for Jacksonville, where she is ell
campaign. I bad on money or political I I' Antnemr"IEe VUIODJ Panre. tied I to make a wcr'J: and It!
pull to b-lp me. But the 6"1 I t.tQal1.e&-MAt tbe CUM of aIM ti*', ->*rtnMcnra. visiting friends for a couple of week The crowd on Tuesday was even L
men who voted for in* showed thai unto(,Collum : Harry Mtrryday 1* home from
aolo-TM lord* X7 Lt&JIt -AuiueaDrawMvtoTlM a. on the afternoon before, the Palat 1 ,
'a I did have county full of friends.Thanks Mfr Leibgntbem Jefferson Medical college. Louisville.Ky. .
I n victorious a score of with
ka team by salted
was Still a1! be II It!
to the rood men who voted retie ., where he bas the they can
spent past 4 tot. The following the box score
i for me and no Ill-feollojf to the rood i I Plasola--L.r.o -A.gel Mr. &o".'ri.btYtollniet year. for Tuesday. "Queen tcAtty"thoss'so; 213213.217Lemo.i
men who did not. I wish to conduct I Il r.. Warn+r T. H mm i Capt. M. R Ryan
Misses Xellla and GenevievePhillips h. a. e.Merrlll.J. U the, line. Sinn,
tbe affairs of the will not roprrt thC'. ifid.n**" pl"e-d 1e.u'nlIIa Punola-Ptano ol Lu r in me. A hearty lavltitlon is extended -i I a rrmo-nr City guests of Miss Lucy Calhoun ss . ...6 0 0 2 2 2 We are suiting more women a3933EEEEEEEEEEEEEeBgeefe6Ee68EtEEEEEiiEEEEE4i"iitY
to all to vUit me and Cbamberlln. Merrill. F. c..4 I I 11 1 0
yon because
make my place your headquarter Fourth ef July Excursion. Collins 1 b.. . .41 1 708 with them every day
The piano pupils of Mis Ida Lelb .. . ..41 I 2 0 U day."Queen .
11 wbile In cheeky.Slay Dillon, cf their reputation grows every .
Tbe Atlantic Coast Line Railway gave a very enjoyable recital last Seldenrf..3 IOU 0 0 {.J 1JU\ !\JU.AJ.J'.A.JV.J.J1! fo..A.ML! I\... ''',
all of you continue in happi- excursion to all IIlInnlltrrllln..n... .
will make low rate Friday at her south
Residence on .
.. .. SO 1 \201 Wl! retain iu
Marvlck. If. !
n'e nee. and prop"-rit.v is the heartywib points south of the Ohio and Potomac Fourth street. ;
of Ynors to .. Petty, Sb..4 (O I 012
serve and east of the Mississippi riveron than other
J. E. EDxoseow.! The Baptist church will go to the Banta. p..4 0 I I 2 0 shape longer any
: July 2U and 3d and 4'b good returning -
J 19C6. For Pullmanr..er..allooa Crescent City basket picnic and bar- ready made shoe. Try it once. in Pal atka.
Born in Iowa. Diy and 8th.all Information call becue on July Fourth. Excursionon otals. . .. .. .33 ; 627 ii 10 Bargains

1 Our family. were all born and r >"d In on or write to A. W. Fritot Dlv. the steamer Crescent.Ben. ABCADIAab.. r. h. po. a. e.
V lows,and have oed Cbamtertaio's Colic, P.... Agent. Jacksonville, Fla. I II Bardin a 'lormer well-known Martin ct .... ... .6 0 0I\ 0 0 r
P Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (male at : II I Palatka young man, now living at Taylor,8..... .. .,... I 6 0 0 0 8 1 Herbert Crook
Dee Moloe) for 7""'.. We know bow : Sanford waa greeting old time Rlggin,8b..5 00010 ;: Farm or Town Property
good it I III from long exr' erlence in the I New House Boat. friends in tbe city this week. H.wley.e..6 1 0I I I "' ,
oe of it. In fact when in !:1 Paso Stensoa" Puff are building a I Burelson Ib.. p..4 22922 Palatka, Fla. -
e Tesa the writer's life waa saved by the and elegantly appointed houseboat Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Otmstead were Vet. 11..4 0 1 1 0 0
prompt tae of this remedy. Wear.. DOW i large for J. X. McXab at their "hip pleasant"' visitors. In the city Thursday Pack tt. B., p..2 0 1 0 1 0 Timber Lands for Sale or Lease

engagea In the mercantile bu8ln..a at I I yard ]at north of the Florida Rast Mrs Olmstesd remaining until McMillan: o. . .200410
N rcoo8 ee, FU., and have UitroduO'd Coast Railway bridge. The hull. this morning alt the guest of Mrs. H. Alderman"" 2b.6 0 0 2 4 1 I
the remedy here." It bas proven very I size 80 X 25 feet was launched on A. Buky.F. Puckett, Ben. rf.4 00000 I I
succeesful and la constantly growing! In will be - -
:Monday and the cabins, J. Fearnslda spent yesterday In
favor.-Eitsis BBOS. This remedy. I la rubbed to completion.Mr. St. Augustine und today Is meeting Totals. .. ........ .41 3 4 27 18 6 :.
for sale. by Ac ..rmau-St.wart Dm; Co. i Puff tells the News that bis with the democratic state executive Summary: Hits off Burelson and 2 I H. A. FORD

Harsh physics react weaken the firm has several large jobs In prospect committee in canvassing the state Puckett. 6; off Banta 4. Buses on //ij) 90 Inch Metal frame i
bowels., cause chronic constipation. I one of which Is the building of return.. alls-off Burelson and Puckett 4; Mosquito Canopies
Doan'a Bcirulet. operate easily, tone a large schooner a* well as much repair County Commissioner Solana of off Binta.. Umpire Leeks.It 11.
Is understood that some change
work for both large and small
the stomach cure constipation. 25c. I San Mateo. waa made a member of are contemplated In tbe local team, $1U.38.
Ask your druggist/ for them. I craft. the committee on Legislation at the. at least. one of which will be mad i; Real Estate
State Good Road convention ,
In necessary by the departure"' of Petty ,
Ocala this week who goes lo Miami. His place ...11Ibe

Tbe old block pavement on Front taken by Seldeu,who played right 11 Fire, Life and Accident Insurance

.M 2 DAYS street in front of the Putnam House, field Palatka on continue Tuesday. lu If tbe the/people loyal support 01- 1\1\ ,

laid 16 years ago was taken up this so far given the team they will t'l National
eek. and the brick Surety
new Companyof
pavement full liJ \ I
laid in its place.P. ocourairlng certainly do their a victorious part season.by way 01 / 1'

J. Becka denies the statement New York.
that he is. to be deputy clerk of the Rain Couldn't Stop 'Em.
circuit court under Henry Hutcbln- It ceased raining yesterday afternoon fl. '\

I r UNIQUE SALE I AO"( .In Mr.it. Beck. says there Is nothing IVrnandlna-Pillatka Just In time to permit baseball tbe game fin. Ir '... jThis j\: : ) I "'-"'

hough the grounds were too wet for ,IIU II '. .1.111..1.. >ttumY !!
As usual Bowton'a will be headquarters brilliant The attendance J'iII II I..a. .IU', JIM. ....>>'i"'W 4'U4 4ti >>4srrrsa' '. YJlte "
playing. @ is ) of the
for all kinds of Fourth ofJuly only one f
was R'ood.A.. usual the home teatwon .
fireworks and the display thU of 8 to 2. Same team many real bargains awaito -t
Include form of by a score : == :::=::::=
year every
pyro- this
log at \
store. \
play again this afternoon. you e
U! Saturday and Monday. techny. will save you money on == :Putnam:: :: :Pharmacy:: =
The County Commissioners and Celebrate St. Johns Day. Lw anything in the HOUSE
Good Roads Association of Florida The Masonic lodge of this city @

iw 3 pairs ioc Hose . . . . . . . :230 ,Tuesday which closed will Its hold session its next in Ocala conven-last headed,by marched R. H. Cooper In a body Wor.hlprulMuter to Ht. J. H. :Yelverton line., Jr. 1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries 'j

1, 3 .. ISC .. . . . . . . 35C lon(a Palatka.E. Marks church last Wednesday night @ Phone lOll Cur LOIIIOQ and Hlxtli PRESCRIPTIONS Patents.OAFtEFUtLYOOMfOUNOBO..
T. Holmes received this week a where special services were hem I 10 PALATKA FLA.

y 3 2sc .. . . . . . . 6ac car load of water melons from Putam honor. of St. John the Baptist. RevWm. 1 1l ...:: G4RPJlY.IUtD. Acent u,iion 8.11I10e
the --
rector, "
Hall-aa Hue a lot aa we've seen Wyllie preached an .""= -: _tifS3t.ltJ"3.a.za'It
i w Any soc hose 3 pr for . . . . $1.25: In many a day. He baa our thankj excellent After sermon the appropriate the to the
% for a nice, luscious melon. day. service members -

A good wash belt for. . . . . . . 50 The "All "Star"" entertainment for of friends the lodge and a number to the of Invited I :: : : : : ; sptairasrassr-iss-Tisgar.-j. .**!'
adjourned guildhall !fi! !fi! !fi! !
the benefit of Kt. Moulca'a church where social time : : : : : : : : !: !: !:
a was
Silk finish crochet cotton. . . . . 30 given In Howell Theater last Friday and refreshments, of ice cream enjoyed cake Delicious The Breakers by the Sea
night netted about '75 for the sidewalk and served. ,
I soc corset. . . . . . ., . . 3pc fund of the church. punch were I ] Ice Cream !: 3
Look at tbe Earnest Go's dry good !Ii [ SEABREEZE. FLORIDA.Will .
$1.00 corset . . . . . . . .87C Last Wednesday aftertioon Mr. bargains for tomorrow and Monday. : :: and !:
and Mrs. F. J. Smith gave a candy !Something; doin' at tbla store. !:Ii !: 1 be open June 1 under truutianageaieiit of I. .M..MabW|

+ 10-4 pepperell bleached sheeting . . :26J c72x90 part lulling in to the the"All children!Star"; who entertainment took)- Major John W. Tench who Is engaged ifi!: Cold Drinks. !:

F Noxall bleached sheets as good as and it was a Jolly time for all In Palatka as superintends i j Home-made Candies ![ M The house will be conducted on .a higher plane than e' 'b*'|
ot[ sidewalk construction has returned : T thoroughly! renovated and refurlll h..d. Single roonu urea""B

pepperell . ., . . . . . 59045x36 dent H. E.and Day Ueneral secretary Manager of Vice presl J. R visit home.to that Mnjor point Tench after a Is brief well Yi y = with In or the without world.private baths. Fine fishing( and the bettturlkting |

$ Salem pillow cases good as pepperell. .150 guest Parrott at of the the Saratoga F. E. C. Ry.Hotel, was over a : he pleased never with met Palntka a more hospitable and declare set L A. SMITH' [M Thoroughly equipped garage and livery In connection.

58 inch bleached table damask. . . . IQC Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. : In his life.-Oalnesvtlla Sun. 1 Lemon St., 1'slntka.I fill SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY A TRIAL SOUCITW.

$I:3S: umbrellas . . . . . .89C Remember of the tbe First Fourth Baptist of July Churchto excursion Mantua A package envelope of papers was lost In on a Lemon large !:Ii!: !fiY1IiJ1!: !: !fi! !:fiIi! !: RATES. 1.00 per day and upward, according to location o"01*!
Crescent City on the steamer street between. the A. O. L. depot 17t 1r.1a"--.rcEm.Ei.sS: : RL s SSJJUUII.r..ll.a.
Any customer purchasing 250 or more during Crescent.. Steamer leaves Adam.' and Ackerman A Stewart's drugstore
wharf at 8 a. in.fare for the round on Wednesday The
I' these two days can get 2 spools of Coates trip ''.00, children BO cents. F. E. C. R'y papers and paperswere were Doctors : For

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Smith and Miss endorsed "personal Injury." The Armstrong & Barrows t0-DallFurniture !
thread for sc, or any two 5C articles for sc. Mamie Marvlck for the managers 01 finder will receive reward by leaving For the HestWOOD New and Up-
tbe package at Saratoga Hotel.Regular I
the "All Star" and
entertainment thank
t Same to. hold good on every $1.00 additional he public for their liberal patronage, : Baptist service at the Eye: Specialists.

and all who helped them in any way HowelL'J'heat.r next Sunday.,; The "0'". OlIlM Wul 11'1 purchases. will ||
to make it a financial success. pastor preach at the morning
1 hour nn the subject 'Cross Bearing" at very low prices |
Miss Alta Brakeman .
delightfully At tbe evening hour the choir will
RememberCut entertained large party of young render a sacred concert under the In the city, Go to
people Thursday evening at her direction of Miss Ida Deb. Sunday
pleasant home on Kirkland street school at 10 a. m. Everybody It cut any length
R. S. Mooney
The form of entertainment
was achewing vited. tleat.'ree.
prices on many goods throughout our contest and send
gum gnmea
your to
Patton Anderson
Delicious refreshments were served Chapter IT. D. C. Palatka FlorlJLw.
V < We are ripe with bargains. You never have will meet Thursday, July ad, with VV.
Mrs. Corn<-lla D. Ooodwin relictof Mrs. LeBarou, on the Heights. A Bainbridge's Emb3Im
the late Chas.. L. Goodwin of East full attendance Is desired. All those Undertaking/ and
had such an opportunity to get good seasonable Palatka, died at the boarding house who intend going are requested I to New Wood Yard, -

1' and up-to-date goods at such remarkably low of Saturday Mra.; Gross night.on Funeral Third street service last meet Lemon at street Mrs. Thomas promptly Shelley's Rt" o'clock, on at Stanton'sFoundry Si.

r You loose out not were conducted at the grave on Sunday and go In conveyances provided for GfO A. M MAIN B'
investigating.lfk .
prices. by .
afternoon by Rev L. R.Lynn or them. DR. ARMSTRONG, _
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the Presbyterian church.St. of pehcinlieperhaps
The colored baseball club of tills one the bent known ii! "
Johns Lodge K. of P. attends city played the colored club from State will in future make nftr11'ro! Phone 40. DaughtingMachine Detif
the Methodist church In a body las St. Augustine at the ball park Wet. fesslonal visits to Puiatki on Map Drawing, Ek'Palatka
Sunday night the ocoaslon being the nesdny afternoon the home tnnn day Following the, Second Mon"
annual memorial. service for deceased winning at the "heaven bnrn ratio day of eacU month. doctor :u.4. .. ,
members. The service wa of 16 to 1. During the game one 01 iallzes on all forms ofTey'e t trouble"sn i ,
most Impressive. Rev H. Dutll, t le St. Augustine; players was hit I Ib reflex,. coniplicMions a..lIll..ch.... N '
pattor of the church, preached aie'oquently the head by the ball and knockoc OUIO'...Stomach troubl....Conltlpation.en. U _
I ".ennelmisHe etc.. by the. _
hnpretalve .sermon and was placed In a system of Nenmlogy .
r the music both by the choir and the hack and rapidly driven to a doctor coming ebronlc troubles wlthont over
elect of office, but revived on the OD operation. Cross drag
a quartette young men waxcellent. way down eyes .trallfbteoed
Among the prominent visitors to us".1 wltbonO dereet.knife. Glasses fitted for all B Firecrackers andFireworks

In a note sent to the News, and this city yesterday was D.J. COUR'hIIn Office Consultation free _
: Hotel
In the New Merryday Block. addressed to the democratic.ot.ra. of Palatka who own. an-extei 15tbons Arlington July
slve boiler factory In the Gem day ooly.Satisfaction (;
Mr. W. t,. Alvers, the newly nomlnated City. .
county commissioner from dls CIotiKhlln came to make arrange_
r for Dutterick Patterns. ments for his sister to enter the State
Agency trlct No. 1, says; "Gentleman
Normal and was. also Guaranteed. .. ..
wish to express my thanks and en route I to *'
ap- -- Wholesale and Retail. ssm
Lukens where he has. been -- ,-
preclatlon for and of the called on TjjsHourpaironsimlth: aim
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support \ give
This store closes at 6:30 p. m., except given me on the 16th. Inst., and assure bu.lnpM.lot of Like all Palatkans, h.. has work and .l"e your Gun you and promp"Lak,
you that the Interests of the a town, good. things to sat about his repairing done. at Bloyele aDd Sewin. M..bJD. CHAS. E. Fla.
and.declares ROWTON Palatka
Saturdays. Thursdays at :a; p. m. county and especially our home It's tbe most rapIdly E. ,
precinct will be looked after to the growing city in the stats today o. EARLS
very best of my ebillty'r.Iwwaa..wNN1IMa..r'A" l 10 proportion popul..tlon.-O"IQ.= We alway.pies." ,our Dealers. Send for Listrayon .
I "lIIe sun.r roo. Co"",.and..su. p.'rono-we,an/I_ Wholesale Price
8tre.,. Pal Jtem.nib tit Wnao",
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