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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: July 3, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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3\V SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 27. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY! JULY 3, 1908. $l. Per Year.
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SLIGHT REDUCE The Teachers Appointed. DECLARATION OF


INCREASING[ THE I COUNTY TAXES. Tuesday The. county, June school/Both for board the purposeof met on INDEPENDENCE.Greatest .
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winding( up the affairs of the
school which closed that
year on
Lt '. County Commissioners Have day, and to make estimates and, Care is Taken to

P -1 Power to Lighten People's where possible!, appoint teachers" for Safeguard tin Original Parch- '
t' -r Our AnnualMIDSUMMER Original] Burden. the ensuing year. ment.
: When I "established the Press the The board will ask the county i
placo lu which I located was a tar When the county oommlsaloneri commissioner, for a six mill levy. When a few weeks ago the news-
western town, now a middle western I meat Iti regular seaHlnn next Wednesday This la the same as last year,and will paper dispatches from Washington K
city. I am now at ono end of life I the moat Important work of vleld revenue of about $17,000. made mention. of the fact that a
wall then at the other. In those days the year will coma before that body. The estimated cost of the schools for descendant of one of the algnera of
1 That work will he the ptmalUiitiuii: the ensuing year la $21,870\ but the I the Declaration of Independence had
editors were wont to stir up an Interest of the taxes nod the of the
fixing dltfereno between the estimatedcost I applied to the President for permission -
CUT SALE in their papers by attacking some levy for the coining your.It and the tax Income Is made up to look at the famous document I
one. I was young enough and reckless Is nob the purpose of the NewsIn by monies derived from special tax the public received Its first hInt of
enough to adopt the plun in vogue. I this article to no Into d"talln and districts and other sources. the extraordinary care exercised by r
was obliged to adopt some method ot give Instruction to this board of Intelligent The board made the following appointments Uncle, Sam for the safe-keeping of
selling my paper or It would have -Kent.lem..n. who have been of teachers In the white : what la, In a way, the nation a moat
shrunk to nothingness, but I was very entrusted wllli the management; of schools of the county: prized poBsessl I Probably no relloIn
on all SUMMER WEIGHT CLOTHING and resourceful in averting the consequences. the county's .alfalix, but Ir would 1'.I..tkl\-I. I. H fines, principal; the world U more carefully guarded -
not be true_ to Its culling/ did It not, Miss Miriam Pasteur, assistant; than thla self-same niece of
Wheu I attacked a man and .ali thlstlma direct the attention ol :Misses Kstttlte: MoKenxle, Georgia parchment with Its roster of significant -
Straw Hats is now on--and it's a money saving ha camo Into the office of the Press foe the board to the foot that the TIM EHAIIE !: Johnson. May McLaughlin Bessie I autograph signatures rl
blood< I told him that we-I Invariably HARD. Spain Nellie Kellam, Mrs A. B. : Every time an held
sale to all the Men and Boys in Putnam used the editorial plural-had, based They era hard with the farmer. Carrier and one to appoint anywhere In the Unitedbtatee!: the
our allegations on' the best Information. with the umiiufnuturor, with the Peolel. -Miss Mamie Davis assistant projectors conceive the Idea of borrowing -
Then when he demanded the merchant, with the timber mid turpentine ; principal yet to appoint. the Declaration of Independent s
county; who need clothes. Think of it-- name ot "our" Informant "we" prom I operator-In fact with Welaka-\ les Sarah. Bard. aa their chief drawing card In
everybody whether living In townor the of historical but 1
ised to !give it after consultation with Creaebnt City-MIss Anna Roane, way an exhibit
country. principal, Miss Juno B. Bowman, all hopes of thla kind are doomed to
said Informant In case he determinedto lu view of these hard times (the. The 1'
Miss Lillian Appleby and Mrs. U. L. disappointment. Declaration
face the consequences. If he refused News Is Dimply going to SUUUEST Preston. was transferred to Philadelphia for

then we would publish a denial, to the UoinmlsHloners the Idea of Oak Grove-Miss LillIe LeyvVa. the Centennial In 1878. and never before .
h 25 Per Cent OffOn with an explanation This usually TAX BEDUOTION. principal, Miss Ella Rogers, assistant. nor since has It been out of its
staved the matter off for a day or two, On July 1st one year ago/ Putnam depository at the national capital,
when "we" published a statement that county, lied| In Its treasury n little Bard In-Mr. L. W. Black.W. and It la pretty safe to predict thatIt
"we" bad been grossly imposed upon over t2 ,UOO. On the list of July P..latkMI. \ Johnson. will never In future be disturbed.
!
thin year. It: hud over $114,600. 'Ihia. Grandln-Miss Ellen Ore,,,.. During the past decade there has
I don't know which the
helped paper menus that the county's Income during Mcr..ekln-JlII8. Lillian Florrkl. been redoubling of protective
all Summer Suits Extra Trousers :. most the excitement: attending! the accusation till peat year hen exuncded Its Georgetown-Miss Josephine Bard. measures looking to the safeguarding -
or the frank and manly manner rxnandlrurrs by SIX. THOUSAND Ktoniah: -Mr. J. D. Cottlngham.Keuka and preservation of the Invaluable -
in which we made the amends FIVE II UN DRED DOLLARS. -Miss Nellie Marshall. document Six years ago the
honorable. During the just closed according of state Issued order
and Straw Hats. year Oarraway-Miss Carrie Herbert. eeoretary an
Operating aa I was in civil war time, to County Treasurer Konnerly Johnson-Miss Ethel Hharman.Intnrlaohen that the Declaration should be hermetically -
,- the county's cash In bank sealed In fire-
when everybody was Intensely peppery -Miss Farris, prl nol- alight-tight, C
t It is a wonder that I escaped never got lower than 115,000. Unless pal. Miss Grace Miller, assistant. proof burglar-proof safe and that s,
some great public Improvement la Francis-Miss Kthel Smith, principal this safe should not opened except
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- some of my advertising episodes with undertaken, and with an excess of Miss Faith Leonard, assistant.Bosbwtck upon his written order. How reso-
my life Indeed, I finally made such astir $0.500 to begin the year with the -Mlsa Berta Morrison, lute la the determination of the oftlclals -
baum & Co. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored : In a certain instance that I was lowest mark our bank aooount sbould principal, asnlstantvacant.Ponionu to keep the. document in that
: obliged/ to move my paper to a new lo retch In the coming year, with a -Miss Frances Mobley. seclusion that la believed to be essential -
cation though in tho case I mention I similar tax levy-should be $ 2IOO. Bprlngalde-Miss Bessie Henderson for Ita preservation may be r'
Suits in Tropical Worsteds, Serges, etc., as had no intention of attacking any one. That. Is too much money for a poor !HaUuma: -Mlaa Ethel Motes. surmised from the fact that never in
,
; : I merely perpetrated what I considered people to keep Idle In bank. COLORED TEACH KR8. the six years since the "retirement
And It la for this reason that the order" Issued has
well Summer Wash Suits. certain Colouel was any person ?
a witticism. A N.
as P"latka-O. B. White, principal;
News respectfully! offers the suggestion been able induce the secretary of
had at the of hIs follow citizens Drakeford Bessie Hawkins
request the commissioners Maggie ,
to county state to issue the necessary order to
h reslgnod his command to come that they IlEDUOI-i THE LEVY! Kstelle Drakeford. Alleen McLaugh obtain a peep at the Important docu
The Straw Hat Sale includes an extra homo and make a political rampulgn. There U another matter of Impor tin and one to be filled. ment.

Referring to him In an Item I quoted: tance. It la HARD ItOADS. Welnka-B. P. Bell. Present day visitors to the state

choice line of Panama and Yacht Hats. These Grim vlaagad war has smoothed his Putnam county has a hard road CI"yton-C. L. Malloy, principal, department, although they may not
; wrinkled front and now Instead of mount- fund. That fund has $10,000 of Idle Blanche Patterson, assistant see the original Declaration of Independence
Ing barbed steeds to fright the souls ot money. It 'oannob be until ,for any Ullgal-Teresa Wallace. can something Almost -
t will be worn for four months yet, and you fearful adversaries ha-capara nimbly In aladY'o purpose but hard roads Why not M"nnvllle-D. Thomas.. as insect namely the
chamber. build several miles of pike, scatter. Lundy-Jessie Hniltli. original draft of the DeclaratIon In
The Idea I intended to convey was the where Federal. Point-L. O. Thomna.Mftlros Jefferson's with few
the'people
afford to throw soiled straws. money among handwriting, a
can away your that tho colonel would have a very different It will do good, and have something -H, Q Morgan. interlineations made by Franklin '
time between bullets and ballots to bullet of In the way" of county advancement Magnolia-H. H. Williams, principal and Adams. This is displayed In a (
'' ? and an assistant to be ap steel cabinet that stands to
Unfortunately he was not familiar adjacent
for the
If you are going away summer with the poets and know nothing The spending of this $10,000 wouldIn pointed. the sate containing the original; dec
the Interfere laration. The steel exhibition cabinet -
no way ripple county or -
of lie doubtless had
will be interested in our supberb line of Shakespeare.conscience with reference to with operations in other liepartmeutH. INTERLACIIEN ITEMS. also holds one of the facsimiles
you a guilty
This Is for hard ,
x money of the engrossed copy of the Declaration ,
soma fair dame and Inferred that it roads .and It can be spent fur no other Things are quiet around here -one of those reproductions
was to this that the Press referred purpose. now the sound very of argument la heardno made by order of President Monroe,
d Suit Gases and leather Bags : Thero was also a certain dancing) The News Is not going to make more In the land; H. O. Tucker In order to secure 200 copies for the
: master in the town Deiualno Hobltallo, any suggestions to the 'uommliudon- has gone to his bungalo on the shore signers of the Declaration and their
; upon whom I happened to perpetrateat ers. as to which of the county's funds of Lake Orandln where as "Mr. heirs-
the same time another so called bon- will stand a reduced levy, though Pratt" says, he can sit In the sand In a glass case In this same treas
Bobtail. here Is a robust Impression abroad and listen to the lonaomenees, !Mrs. ure-house of historic mementoes idthe
'k mot I referred to him as M.
as well as Trunks. : The morning that these two Items that all of them-save the school T. will be a guest of Mrs, B, Styles, small plain unpolished mahogany -
fund-should be reduced. however, while H. C. gets back to desk, on which Jefferson wrote
came out la my paper I was sitting lu But that the would the Declaration of
people appreciate the simple life. and lives heart to Independence
i Of course we are headquarters for Men'sfine my sanctum getting together material the reduction there Isn't the heart with nature. This Interesting rello came Into the
for my next day's Issue 1 had had a shadow i/f a doubt. The majorityof I possession of the government In 18HO.!
Shoes Underwear Negligee Shirts Neck troubled week with the people I had them can't see the necessity of The baseball game on Saturday. The desk had been given by Thomas
: used to advertise the paper and had determined piling up bank. surplus-etpvolullyIn I while there was no very brilliant ,Jetferaon to Joseph Coolidge, Jr.,
to advertise no more la that hard three play or exciting runs, created the upon the occasion of the latter'smarriage
wear etc. etc. I They also would appreciate 1 the usual, Interest. In spectators and players. to Jetferson'a granddaughter -
hazardous
:, way. It WIle proving scattering of that $10,000 of I mid E. T. Redding was the moat : lilies Randolph. On the death
therefore felt very much at ease with road money. conspicuous on the diamond, and of Mr Coolidge whose wife had dIeda
: myself and all the world. As to Colonel with Messrs. Porter and Hushing, i year or two previously, the desk
N. or Demalso Robltallo, I was not Th. On. H> Liked aoot. gave rise to the thought that it was Became the property of their four

conscious oC having Insulted either of A country clergyman on his roundof I a married man's club. children, and was by them presentedto

them. Hearing a step behind me, I visits Interviewed youngster as I Miss Grace Townsend on Friday, the nation. It was the expressedwish .
rFEARNSIDE CLOTHING : turned and saw the warrior advancing to his acquaintance with Bible stories I delightfully eutertnlned at tea for of the donors "to otter It to the)

upon me. In his eye was a bloodthirsty ":l1r; lad," ha said "you have of course Mrs. W. H. Bruce who returned to United "States that It may have .a
look I bad never seen in any beard of the parables I her home In Ualnesvlllo on !KiUur- place In the department of state with
the Immortal Instrument which wall
G man's eye before. "Yes, sir," slyly answered the boy, day.Mrs. written upon it In 177(1.(
"Give me the name of the man who whose mother had< Inducted him In Jos. Fraser and children have I The desk bears an inscription in
baa accused mo of being mixed up in a sacred history; "yes, sIr" returned from a pleasant visit In Jefferson's handwriting aa follows:
woman scrape;" ho said, doubtless referring "doodl" said the clergyman. "Now, Jacksonville. "Thomas Jefferson gives this writing -

to his "capering nimbly In alady'&chnmbcr. which of them da( you like best of What might/ have been a very serious desk to Thomas Coolidge Jr.,as
COMPANYPa1a.tka ." oil?" affair occurred on Hundav, when a memorial of his affection. It was

; But, like Linden In the poem, "I saw The boy squirmed, but at last, heed horse belonglng-to John Smith ran made from drawing of his own byBen
Kobltalle with H. Ashford, a pnralUed. Randall, cabinetmaker of Philadelphia -
another sight. Denmlso was ing his mother' frowns, ha replied away lodged
with whom he first
on
tho staircase and old soldier, as the only occupant of
really "capering" up "I guess I like that one where some
the Mr. Aahford crouched his arrival In that city in May, 1770
dancing Into tha sanctum behind the loafs and fishes."-Argonaut wagon.
body down In the bottom of the vehicle and Is the Identical one on which he
colonel. It was a cowardly trick on and undoubtedly saved his life wrote the Declaration of In<1ependence. -
Florida."mnrmm"mrnr" my part I adult but what la a fellow Politics aa well as religion
: to do when a sledge hammer list of a Wherein They Dlff.r.d. Wallace Berry, son-in-law of M. V. has Its superstitions. These gaining
Dr. Emily Blockwoll, one of the pioneers Milliard has to West Virginia.As .
200- pound warrior 18 about to come gone strength with, time, may one day
down upon hIm? I pointed to Robttallo. of her sex In medicine, heard a Mr. Berry came here some rive imaginary value to this rello forts
young physician deliver n fierce diatribe months Ago very much out of health association with the birth of the
against! opening the doors of the he feels now that he has BO far recovered great charter of our Independence.VIontlcello .
"So you're the cur who wrote that profession to*women. When he ceased as to get back to business; November 18, l82/i/ ." i
rot about nu ex-colonel of the army i his slay there however< depends on Although JelTernon was nearly 83
anti a candidate for the votes of hIs the asked I his .health.. Mrs. Berry stays here I years of age when he presented the I
fellow citizens: accusing hIm of flouncIng "Will you pleaso toll me one reason until the return of her mother from leak, his donation Inscription, above .S
around lu a woman's room." why they should not practice medicine the north Ilvenls written In the same bold

", Real Estate For Sale.Fine "I? I write article about you"? Non I ?" Ira Gnrmon postmaster at Mann- clear and strong handwriting. In
monsieur. I come here to Tucker French monkey I You'reJust muscle, the brown, the physical of a ten pound son Saturday, morning Independence almost a halt a century -
Finley i you II
,. | two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. the man to do a trick like that. strength." at 8 o'clock. before, when a young man lit-

,ranee. Real Estate,* =3ourt lot 100x150, artesian well and barn ,on premises. Half The colonel landed a blow on the sickroom"I sec Is sir.a slaughter Your conception house ]MineIs of! a Mrs. J. Jenkins Is visiting her tle Times.rVanti more. than llO.-Pltt burg Gazette-
Frenchman's Jaw. Robltallo got the In Jacksonville.
3 son
( Houne. Pnlatku,Flu = cash balance at 7 cent. not. i
per Idea that his assailant-. the,man of Mariner's. Lake Gen Gilchrist to Marry.The .
of town Cupt.Jack was
'Small farm of about 6 acres with dwelling/?, on edge ho had come to the ofllco to punish Over ThlrLy-Flve Y...... a business visitor to Palatka.
= Place." Half,Cash./ unit that the accusation was merely a deal of dlar-. Tampa Evening News of last
41 Estate Bargains jno known as "Fitzhugh In 1872: there was a great There no services aside fromSunday Monday suggested the advisabilityof
were
5 miles from I'alat-- pretext to get in a first punishment. rhu'U dysentery and< cholera Infantum.It .
Kw
St. Johns ; third to be
I on school at the Congregational a primary participatedIn
Two In the- The place
building Iota == Lippincott "Huhl! By Gar!" bo shrieked "I was at this time that Chamberlain's. of
church )Sunday, on account of the by women only for the purpose
:i End a bargain. at 1700. =3 ka, one mile of river frontage. teach you to call me names." He was Colic,Cholera. and Dlarrhoia Remedy rim Illness of on the: pastor. At this time selecting a wife for Governor-elect

[40-A.double itor. on Lem. =jot Other properties both in the City And Country.for sale on an expert boxer and dancing up to the unit brought Into US\\). It proved moresuece.eful Mr. Townsend la better, but as thereIs Ullchrlsr. That the plan hal found
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,60 feet front by 140 feet 9. STVR.UM2S. colonel, landed a blow on his nose that than any other remedy or a complication of disease., complete favor lu Tampa and will arouse interest -
tore now ranted BO aa to y easy terms. Ap yto HENRY spilled claret over the warrior's shirtfront treatment and has for rhlrty.tlve years small recovery will be show throughout the state la evidenced 1-
maintained that record. From a
\good Interest on money In- == I got up on the inclined boardon by the following taken from
extendedto been holdIng
has
Its sale and has Wimberly -
0'o use
I .. - beginning 'Squire .
Price If aoM \ issue of that :
only 0,000\ a subsequent paper
a i which I had been !grinding out copy every part of the United Hates. and court-breach of promise case-
four tentative
yiy1N : ::1Crt4i! l :rXDI 1 1lh1 for the purpose of watching the fight to many foreign countries. Nine drug. but they married and lived happy or nents"Already of candidacies for( the announce honor

I M-A good'.room dwelling :2I tIThe without personal Injury.to myself. It gusts out of ten will reoommand It when unhappy ever after. have been oommunlealed.confiden-
wet Kiul on Dodge street, =3 : 1 : 3 ?iIDI: ':ucaD: :! 11 :RDI was a pretty Instance of science their opinion' Is asked although they tially, to the Ev..nlnfNewB.. by ladies
.100..11 modem eon vonleno1 against mere strength. The French- lave other medicines that pay them a residing in this city. One of
,Aoo,on easy payments. "y= Genuine Ruby Ring man would dance In, land a lightning greater prollt It fan always be defended Death of Mrs. Osteen. them la a sweet miss of eighteen''

lir Property cared for,Iniur- =S ; blow then dance out of reach ot his upon, even la the most severe Ack- Mrs. Ilettle Oilmen wife of J. C. years, one Is a widow whose age la
ought or Bold. =Snts Windowwas powerful antagonist. The fact that and dangerous oases, For sale by Osteen of Holllster, died aa a resultof doubtful, but who would undoubtedly -
Exhibited in our ermab-Stewart Drug Co. of troubles make the Executive Mansion asocial
== each believed that the other was the a complication super
Collected. :=:; man who had lampooned him made the "Did you Invite Air BllK&lna to our induced by la. grippe at her home In center, so many and varied are
Mrs. Geo. E. I Holllster. Thursday, June 18th. The berIIIS/ as on entertainer and hoa-
by fight far ,more Interesting. I waa house asked Mr. Crunirox.
won party
funeral was conducted by Rev. O E. teas-and the other two are chronic
[Finley Tucker.JIJIlJ1U11111Ji1111111JI11C j enough to enjoy it and silly "Yes answered Mrs.[ Cumrox. "I'm
young Wilcox and the Interment was In candidates for matrimony who have
Gay the number of dots enough not to realize the detrimentto afraid ho considers house parties the family plot at the Holllster osmMrs. thus far failed to qualify-members
myself In case one of the com- stupid. lie scot lila reerets." etery of the spinsterhood, who think they

1953.1 Card batants killed the other. At last scIence "lie showi sense. 1 have a mind to Osteen w'lie" the daughter of lee In this proposed contest au oppor-
being presented won. The dancing roaster floored the send him my congratulations."-Washington Mr. and Mrs David Futch of !St.: tunlty not to be overlooked. The ,
-Several active, ener- warrior, who In falling struck his bead Star.ChamberUln'1. Johns county near St. Augustine., list will doubtless grow dally-for
|lable men to sell an article' June 8, 9 a. m. F against a wood, column that held up !She: was born In Georgia May I 8, 184:1: what more attractive Inducement to
1
us*. No family can wall i and came with her parents to Florida a woman than that of being the first
the ceiling of sanctum. Cholera and DUr-
it. Only reliable need my Colic, Y
min while quite She was married lady of the state and with It, the!
ddre.. The next day, I was waited on by a I Saved young. 1
Box 177, Ualnes- rosa Remedy Would Have to lur. Oateen forty-two years ago wife of a thoroughly congenial and
a-2e-8t. Jeweler committee of citizens, the spokesmanof who la undoubt-
S/WITI-I the Him $100.00. and was the mother of eleven' children refined gentleman
which said: la 1003 I had a very severs attack of nIne of whom, together with edly the catch of the season?'
Younker, we don't keer so much dlarroia,..aiya B. :N. Farrar. of Cat IIlaod. !- her bereaved husband, survive. The "The New. will keep Its readers
M Palatka, Florida. about your backln' at the men, but this La. "For several weeks I wa unable other two children have died within posted on the progress of tha thirdmeantlmeagainaxtenda
ltt Bo K M. f. accnaln' 'em of caperlu' In tbe wo to do anything. On Marsh IS, the past year primary and
men's rooms la on affront to the virtue IOOT. had, a similar attack and took Mrs.! Osteen was a devoted wife Ita Invitation to all. eligible females
A lot of Fancy Stone of our wives and daughters. You'd Chamberlain's Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea and mother and a Christian' woman to 'get Into the game.' "
new
hting;,, Machine\ Designs, better move on to a place where the Remedy ,which gave me prompt whose death has saddened the community ,
lap :rawing, Eto.Is. received. people are less aenaltlve.- relief. I consider III one of the best In. which. she lived.' Send your next grocery order to A.
Rings just medicines of Its kind In the world and The family desire to express Grainger; finest stock la town."
.tka., F'1a., And | moved. Bad I usail,l It la 1001 believe It would through the News their thanks 10 all
IMDII IIQ: II-: F. A. MITOHEL.:\! kind friend and neighbors for
he
saved hundred dollar doctor's I
IDI JDI have me a Chamberlain's1
:DIIit! :: Cough! Remedy
t the best groceries at low- DRESSMAKING--by Mra. Mclft hill For aaa by Aokerman-atawait their sympathy and loving assistance. .
r whan you trade with A. OKKSKKS: value at 417 Emmet street. 7-&4t Drug Co. In the lime of their sore affliction. OuwO>ktaCT [ at the D.... store. I -'III



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Entered at the Falatka & reported sales. Fewer and the cases secretary of poverty, of What St te Editors are Saying Railroad game wns nor nounced Miss Twltchel neither. could MRWltherspoou
&* tnallable matter ot the : W. A.
'1 I"'lie. ABsoclatJd Charities says moral be Induced to make up a table. When I: Merydayt CO..
are hotter than ever be- .I swimming was suggested In the mornbIg -

1'.IIRhed' at Palatka.. : Fla., knowa. The records of the H. Looks Good too1a- Courtship. Alice declared It a bore to got "
court show fewer cases. on that
Fridays by docket than for years. In 1005) After the flurry of the primary Its ready, and Wltheispoon agreed DealerS 'In
RUSSEL'VICKERS.. saloons eighteen homicides restful to look at an ofUcn-holder 11 By J. LUDLUM LEE. sitting on the porch was preferable to I

reported, while In 1907 without like Clay Crawford. He's been in a dip In cold water

.,, w..A. RUSSELL. Editor ., there were thirteen homi the State House nineteen years has Copyrighted. 190. Prvsa.by Associated ::;; I I Try 118 ho would. BUly Brewer Crate Material
.. i .. Of course this Includes never been absent for more than a Literary moment's converill.tlon I
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and accidental mur- week and not often at that. He sits +++++++++++++++++++++++++. could not secure a With- -
Since seeing
WHAT ABOUT I. lUUlI, when every killings.one of the steady In the boat and makes such a Alice Twltchcll stood In tbe con with Inconsiderately Alice without near and lowcrlnB of all Kinds.
good ofllolal that there Is no desire to erspoon 1
THE FUTURE.Yea was closed, the remarka-
bemoaning
station condescended
course of the Grand Central To be sure, they
results obtained increase remove him.-Tallahassee True Dem at him.
It has been hot, even than are an ocrat. her fate. She had lust missed to appear at meals with the
throe and three-quar ______
Florida, but before you make complaint million dollars In bunk deposits, the 3:45 for Greenwich. Something (or other guests, and at the dance Saturday ) Fruit and

consider the suUerinitof .. activity In building/ Claude Is Modest, Y' Know- was It some one!) struck her violently night Wltborspoon was decently t

past week In some of our greater. by 11,000 per Re..dlnthe/ last Issue. of the Taltalassne In the back and she swung round Just: attentive to his hostess. )
a marked decrease. In the debt Bun:, we are reminded of that arrived with on-
northern cities. Babies have of etch of which as a youufjf man dashed by to the Monday morning
I he city and falling oil of nearS piece doggerel verse and who can any now it VegetableWrapa
jj\: and died by scores. Tenements per cent In homicides." winds. up with, "But never blames closed gate. She was adjusting\ a sbakrn seemly haste woulJ
been turned the booze." Editor IVEngle; leads us returned full happened that the wngonette
Into furnaces. The puff when the youth -
returning
through/ a long' list of probable causes hold only six of the eight guests
and poor herded because of Broward must at least ac- of apologies. who will ci-
for the C. eat of Broward and Stock. to town? And I
In homes that are little better ethat the I'ellt hearted" ton. but he never mentions himself. "1 beg your pardon, but I did want: plain how It happened that Wither-

..; ovens, are forced ,to realize not soft hearted when it comes Stnrke: Telegraph. to catch that 8.45: train tbe worst spoon and Alice were the two selected

q; desperate condition. political proposition they can way," be said as he mopped Ills brow. to go In a hired trap?

.. Take from your own life pure air .. "To Dwell Together in Unity" "So did I," replied Alice with emphasis It struck Alice that the drive to the Palatka Florida.Often

cold water and proper While rejoicing over the success of "but I did not think It necessary station was much limner thai coming .
J. Bryan that "Kopub- your man III reaching the goal ahead
says agreeable
and you will know something of bill competitor don't forget to encourage to employ personal violence as a from It, despite the most
is in full retreat." Don't the old
what they endured. and to forgive the fellow means of catching It." company by lior Bldo. Finally m

They scorched and suffered about Lat as a general propo- that fell. behind.. It Is no time for Alice turned from tbe apologetic man, horse drew up ,1"I.Ilu tlm platform.
: ; but here In Putnam county roosters. It Is wrong to crow over who stood regarding her with open I and Wltborspoon helped. her out. She --.
? slept on roof and fire escapes; either swallowed democracy the defeat of a brother democrat. It admiration. The latter or something looked In all directions for their fellow -
;, only stone's throwaway leo was no war, no fight no.battle, but u. LOPIR J.J
Ir.ly.
Are
scooted, or democracy has swal- magnetic In his personality added to guests. Often The Kidneys Wu"a"ILL'1
In thin glasses, electric funs only friendly races. No one Is dead. where are the rest of one p.tldlnt
it and-la troubled. the thought of the two hours she bad 'V by. r"
of
otherwise. Those
politically
th. air, and there were comforts or to Walt. before tbe next: train left for crowd she asked In amazement. Weakened by The
------- us whose men got In can afford to G.
I,. luxuries for those who could pity degree of doctor of laws has smile and be magnanimous. Tbe Greenwich, made bee hesitate. "A-lieral"! started WItherspoon. "It Oyer-Work Loper Bailey C Ca

; them. conferred upon Lincoln Hulley,, winners are not worthy of then "You deserve some form of punish-I looks ns I we had missed anothertrain. Unhealthy Kidneys Make

The blr| dally. newspapers told I of John B. Stetson Univer' friends unless they will show that meut suited to your offense" she said, ." It used to be considered that only Fire Insurance:
they can be broad enough to be the lie?" suggested Alice urinary and bladder troubles were to be
\ bold faced type the awful story by Deunlson College Ohio and wIth charmliig assumed severity fcllow cnn that
servants of all the poople.D..SotoCounty I continued tbe man, "We started at the same time they "s traced to the kidneysJ Leading American
t. t heat mortality. The doctors what is known of the gentle News. "Oh say, but now modern and Foreign
"I'm no professional slugger you I mild aud DOW we will have t wait '
"We do -
must to th that
something save varied attainments In Florida, science proves
babies." Pair Beaks "Three;: Friends": ;; know Just a plain everyday lawyerrunning thirty minutes for the next train nearly diseases Companies.Accdent
Finally parks were I honor could have been
bestowed
Railroad Commissioner Burr seems out of town for a holiday," How could It have happened V she re- have al beginning I
open for the poor to sleep In ; Ice I no more head in all this I
worthy to have played !good politics and far. Dud be produced Ills card in verification pea ted. In the disorder of Insurance
given away ; and some very ; If you think this to be "putf," ed happier than If he hud been a candidate of the statement "And ma.'beyou'll I "Wcl. the fact Is." confessed With '.514 these most important :

people in nil the large cities of I any member of the joint commit -he has been blessed with be easier when I tell you that I nspoon "It didn't happen by accident organs. The Travelers of

land proved that they were* the last legislature having III I twins. While his political associates there was a girl on that train I've been I I paid the driver $2 to ml.1 the train." The kidneys filter Ilarifonj

.. sorry for the sufferings of the poor. the bill to change the char- are bemoaning the Ill-rate that over- trying to meet for two years." Alice! looked at him searchingly to and purify the blood- Life
xok them the commissioner Is bouncing work.
that is Insurance
But they were slow- Stetson University. two baby boys. He Is laughing/ Alice read the name on tbe end we If she real) heard him aright. .Therefore w when your kidneys are weak : -

"Mr. Walter Wltberspoon." Then she "You see, continued Wltherspoon.
slow
in his sleeve at the gentleman who out of order. can understand how The
t Every year these good people Walter Kehoe candidate for pulled him off the band wagon and smiled. Ha followed her Into the waitIng "I wasn't going to have Billy Brewstei or quickly your entire you body is affected and Old Ileliable "GermaitiLife"

the same/ old mistake. They from the Third District Is I mounted It himself.-Ocala Banner. room, and they sat down on tbe I daring at us all the way In town. 1 J how every organ seems to fail to do its"lyou of New
uncomfortable benches. Conversation\ I wanted all to myself. And I wantto york
sorry for the poor little babies an I a good loser, On tbe face of the you -
An Palat.ka Paid For- "
Experience of fin Impersonal but interesting nature say something to you. are sick or feel badly begin
they think of them-when they Mr. Mays of Montlcello. l.as I The contention of the Hun that made tbe wait remarkably> short "Not here In a railroad station taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Marine Insurance

dying. They think about the lulYer.Ing nomination by a small majority vitrified brick Is the only substantial Once settled Iu comfortable Pullman cried with feminine premonition Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon :

In the tenements-when Kehoe is contesting on the I p..vlnmalerl..1/ for use on the streets thulrs they were like old traveling of Alce. something was. as your kidneys are well they will help

newspapers tell about It; .and of of Irregularities in certain I Is being/ dally demonstrated. The companions. "Wh) not?" asked Walter recklessly all the other organs to health A trial The Leadimg Comjmniei}
streets with rock Is .
paving a wasteof
/ will
need of air, good water and I And yet these returns I money and places an unjust burden "Von see," Wltherspoon was explaining :- "We're all alone and I want to tell you you convince are sick anyone.If you can make no mistake

food wben the funerals come In ol from the same source that set. upon property owners. The "tbls girl I missed on the that 1 love you and, oh. Alice, won' by first doctoring your kidneys. All Claims Promptly
all board of works should other tralu Is a poach-tbe prettiestgirl 'Yes?' effect ol .
most endless procession. the contests in Third district public not you say The mid and the extraordinary
But these tragedies happened -returns whose face looked I contract for any more paving, with ever-except: you." "Want the New York train?" yelloi Dr. Swamp-Root the great Settled.
such material.-Gainesville Sun. "Don't you 'think we might have i a is soon realized It
the station agent. kidney remedy
: year and the year bufore. The uglier to other defeated can. I Office. 38 Front St .
window open, Mr. Wltherspoou?" "Yes. of replied Alice. stands highest for its wonderful curesof I
course tlc I PLAIAr
seem to be a part of the I than they possibly! could to) Grief Was Easily Drowned Alice Interrupted. Wltherspoon opened Wltherspoon beamed on her cal : the .distressing cases;.and is sold

civilization of the crowded citieeihey Kehoe. This Incident occurred here during on its merits DY an .
the window and turned the conversation -
should be-can be prevented. -- --. -.- the repent campaign : Rev Dr. Fer- into a less personal channel. grasped If you knew her what baud.a happy"Oh. man awepthellrt am- drggiotin fifty-cent l Wt&r1111 C I'IL&t ,::::iil

It Is the duty of every municipality T. a. Crawford of Tensacola ren and General Uilchrlst met. They I "Where do you visit In Greenwich nnd do you really love me?" alII otL.lolor size LI Let I
are warm friends having had much may us know .
to make living po"elble-Io in the recent primary as a social Intercourse with each other "Ob, me-that Is, I-oh, I am going was speaking to the station Often I II I botlel.a sample bottle noma of Swamp-Beat, your

tho babies a chance. to the national democratic when Dr. Ferren wee pastor of a to visit my grandmother," answered when I said 'Yes.' said Alice blush by nlai free, also a pamphlet telling! you I

That way mean the apt-tiding .. will be the youngest\ church in Punta Oorda for a numberof Alice, with halting speech. Inplv. "But maybe the same answer find out if you have kidney or

: much money. It; may nieiui the appointment In the convention. Crawford, years. He speaks highly of Ollchilst. "I bet she's a dear old lady," assured will do for both." bladder trouble. Mention this paper a GroceryWants
But when they met he told Wltbetspoon. "Now, this other girl when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bmglininton -
I Is but 22:
of sanitary years of age, Is a son of him he could not. vote for him his N. Y. Don't make mistake
ns thnt I was going to meet-sbe bad no any jl jlB
' with power to pull down of; State, H. Clay Craw- election was endorsed by the whisky relatives." but remember the name, SwanpRot, I -1

-. tenements and let In light and air. He studied law in the Univer- element; the principles of prohibition Alice offered this IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
no Interruptions
k may moan that cities will have of Virgin! nnd has been prac. ; would not permit it. "Not that time and be rattled on. dress Binghamton,N.Y.,on every bottle. u "j
I I like Ciesar less but that I love ,
.. buy lea and pure milk and In Pensaoola/ two years He I Home more." They then Hued up at "She's an orphan no brothers, sisters DOt'& Mistake the Cause of Your u and we 'will be pleased to !

.' tents and cols In the parks. to politics as does a duckling Y'oung's soda water fountain and assuaged -, mother or II'rllodmothel'-nobod. Trouhli'N.. A Palatka Citizen New Hampshire.New u furnish you with the bed"u

It 1s. all worth while. It Is in 'und If he has ever. made a'' their grief la the exhllerathlA' bowl ut herself. The Hardys are giving Shows How to Cure hem. Hampshire was first called La- '

of the higher civilization to mistake was nothing more I b I of lemon phosphate.-Lake City a celebration of their wedding anniversary Many people never suspect their conla, or Lacedueuion, scholar among goods obtainable! at aurpriin -

we ns a people are advancing. undertaking to manage Oov. Citizen-Reporter. and they asked Miss\ Twitch- kldnoje. I suffering from B lame. the Now Enfflnmlers remembering that ingly low prices.

; In breeze swept, semi-tropic Flol'lda <.l'II late senatorial campaign From Politics t.o-Pineapples ell and me. And, well, you know tbat la weak only or a aching muscular back they weakness think ;that when It the Ieloplnnesue. the home of the ;3 Noue but First-class goudi

,,. we rarely have cause to I'y he can live down. The pineapple harvest Is now on all But happy I'm, brides are matchmakers! urinary trouble sets In they think It Spartans and Arglres "'a mountainous a find shelf room here.Vi\

of the heat ; of the tragedies -- tlHf decline more than 400,000 crates ;Jolly glad I missed ber.'cnuse" wills on ooiiect Itself And so It IB I ; Ha was a portion of New Hampshire -
to convinco
follow In its. wake through Fnblnn Law of Green Cove having already been shipped. Another with all the other mptouis of kluueyillsorders hence the propriety of the JJj want you of thil'l.,
'b. next station Is ours, I think," That ia Junt where the Dame
John to come and fur
50,000crates the season will Mason however g see ,
: attributes who held
* crowded cities of the north we his defeat for the a
suggested Alice. dauger hoe You must cure these pat
b e at an end. Thn yield will
nothing, except that they can senatorship' to a repoit which between Oa and 7* percent of average a full/ I "By Jove, so H Is," agreed Wither.. troubles or they may load t diabetes or cut for the district called It 'a or, phone your order in I I

prevented. spread. broadcast during the crop, and prices have been fairly I spoon. "How time does fly in !good Brlght's dla'aae. The remedy to Hampshire arer natve country In g'-No. 84 and it will receing

( to the effect that "ho was well considering the condition of the I: c compnny 1 Say there's a chap Billy use Is Doan Kidney l'ilis. It cures all England an then uauie Laconla
_
: markets which have Ills which uro-caused by weak or diseased was transferred to the prompt and careful alien3 '
i materially tin hilly district
PROHIBITION IN KANSAS.The during' most of the ses Brewster. who's going to be there, and ,
proved since the harvest of the kldneja Falittka people Lake tion.
following unprejudiced stateiilunt of 1003"-this and "over-confl. spring vegetable crops. St. Lucle ba gets all the girls under tbe spell to permanent cures. testy surrounding. Ciiamnpiaiuiioston"oat 2

t; ; of fuels concerning; the operation .. on our part" The News county has contributed more than 60 of his. fascination. 1 thought It I could D. Williams, living In Palates Fla U Free delivery.

L of prohibition In Kansas. know much concerning this per cent of the entire Florida yield. just bead him off with this other girl- says : "I had been troubled with kidney _.___u
/ City F ort Pierce Tribune. but/; now"- and bladder trouble for a long time, aw !
T KnnsHS, will be read with feature of the "GreenwichI"! shrieked the conductor. found D.an'lI Kidney Fills, which I procured IIXTE'S: ft. Stephens

by many In thin. suction who county content but It does know Voting Instinct Highly Developed It was quite dark- when the two at J. H Haufihton's drug atom. u Cream I

E hud a surfeit of "argument" on circulated; J that "In Ueel I bnt those Jefferson county l left the train and Wltherspoon bade remedy that acts up to representations Vermifuge a I

subject, from the liquor story ought to be able to democrats know how to vote. Allan reluctant adieus to bla companion. I the can recommend them very blgh'y' fur t drocer, I

-taiidpolnt. The article U it, or apologize and retire evidence of the Interest manifested Ua offered to find her carriage, but tended.purposes for which their nat Is In
i In the recent contest for THE and Morris Streets,
Congress in she declined GUIRANTEE3 KIrby
this
from the Outlook of May 80th : especially ought he so Jefferson county during the primaryof assistance. Then be For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents I
"The enforcement of now that Mr. Law Ims branded naked It he might know ber name. Foster-Mil -
the I'I'ohlbltory June 16th. between Kehoe and l burn Co., ButILlo. New York, I Florida.
law the last twenty-two ns a lie. Mays, one hal only to refer to the "Smith. _Iold Alice "Just B-m-1-t-b. sole agents for the Ilte8. WORMREMEDY Palatka I
In KutiHiis City 1\nllslll-n: cltv census of 11)05\ which shows that the tbe old fashioned spelling, you know" Remember the name- --and Fl: I I

KMMJUU() I Inhabitants-hau eaintul'unpreo the business view Columbus county then only had 777 white males. and sbe was lost In tbe darkness and take no other. anaaaaaaEnrcccrrcccccccflfiEuropean

',* deuted piOMpi-rlty in nil lines l: of the Madison of voting age whereas on June 16th the crowd. re.5 .
UUBIIM'KH. 'lllH bruWHS throughout New Eater8((10 democratic votes were cast forongressman. Billy Brewster met Wlthorspoon SheI I Immmmnot s
: the country 'are p.iH)4lently) 1I"'UFttill owes more to religion than he C In Alaohua" IlIr.) you Imt I'l ,
,
county with the trap, but seemed 1,1 Ie'YOII : Iu
surprisedto pliii'o niy
$ ( that bi-uaimu the city closed repay In an average life time. where every effort was exercised to find .I. henrt le THE CHILDREN'S -
him alone. o. I don't FAVORITE I
t saloons It Is : thlul. care Hestaura
going to rum ; that realestate has long bring out a full vote, the highestvote TONIC
"
publihsed one of tbe \V here'. Miss Boston Iterord. iwaac ..
C. values' are depreciating, cast for ollloe that of Twltcbell old chap OF
people any sher .T.ala.
belt THS ....
IINUINI ..
Furnished
g are moving away hundreds weekly newspapers In FlorI I iff was only 1,872 out of 3,782 white She didn't"come up on the other pain" ONI.V SV

t buildings, are vacant taxes ,,,, I but there was thorn In his. bus males of voting age according to tbe said Brewster as they climbed in the Are You Nervous ? Ballard-Snow Liniment Co Hot and Cold Bathi
l>een Increased tank deposits ui m The thorn was J. K. Borland. census of 11)05.{ Other interesting trap. aT. LOUIS, mo.

?' funds dropping olE and the city Is got religion and sold his Rea comparisons. could be made but the "Hanged If I know. Bill." assured i due Ner\oulUHi lo the fcl and that the leepleminesl nerve.,oa"I"rid. o"n Sold and recommended by AtC
to ,
pay lunnlnir expensesThese la sufficient to .show that
the properly
to Smith Wltherspoon. "And for that matter noiiruhlnic' blood.' they ra Curved' Ackerman
who has oonBolI ,. &
assertions which have l* _; \ flaunted before the public In "' with the New Enterprise under : niuch l geater interest In politics than I don't care I met the most beautiful 5r7 .. pure, rich blood' and thereby the Kupperhuscl

, iidvertUmDents, In newspapers andhuge of the Enterprise-Recorder. I do those of East and !Soutn Florida. girl on the train and I'm all In. It It I sane nVre.of are mh..properly bOdy aro nourl.hed run, and, all the 0'. ares

' posters on bill-boards, havn allbeen was Smith's Gainesville l Huu.: takes me a lifetime I'll find her again which rum In oil B.omoulhly In lhl. way B. maolilnory ,- MASTER'S SALE. Palatka Fla.
r proved untrue. A .... .. \ only mistake. He and marry her." '.el.l.n. utronirand, stre.mommn-.youaa VOI. :I -

: estimate made by b.inktrsnf Kansas have taken the electro-plate Not. a Peanut. Politician "You ought to have lived la the up wlioto lot InvlKOruted of'plu.ltal ard,jou worT for 0"I ,\\ ieoree AND VIRTUE ( lan A
or UNjr '
City Kaunas, is that the city li and broken It Into thehell" It may be possible as Claude L'En-, twelfth century, Walter. They carried cml. ltu. ,1 rnntIm, old Ilieruenu immtal II I'Ilailmy|U .i clot I by i h-u.JIJ orro| !! ime> '8"lila-is JudloliH To Dm.luesl Men, lnrofeliU"

t waving two and u half million doll.im and made an elfoit to forget./ gle said, that General Uilchrlst eats off the women by force In those days" imnllt Time I Ore roubie i.tln.w'.h' PULuIIIUnunIY.ln'roul or I rorl11"| 'In ant for Men, und Others!
'f. annually by the enforcement peanuts, but In tht light of the which n., .'011. mimi iiedlcmne. l'"llrv! ; "n tile! lL
.. the prohibition law. Tim bunks - returns encouraged Billy. 'in hl'o. a Inr. taunting all..u fr n 'iorl I l.h "I Mny A. 1)., mite" IILIIII.certain I have opened an office with Sr
tIlt
never In n better condition than now.U Is at least one man In Qenr- the general, even L'Engle with /being will not charge Once inside the Hardy country home lme.0' 1.ld". lboI aul'are 1"01.IH..d I,, Mol"un,, 0'cia. "fl.e,' """ n,11 pelulna who'el. the Ect Ford oa Front street and am P,.
a "v"'C. T.uI:11
peanut VOllu D.
pol- 'Ihl.lro. -
The deposits Match 6. this. y....r will vouch for the success of itician.-Miami Record. the men were called to account Where ':ii ,l,am' blu.d, .U'I"Icle.. Bllo 10, is, .C Mtr.ot, 1,,,:.: the,Pciitkt a t do all kinds of steuogrophlo Id or

were $o72l85.Uu.: us against 'lU. ljIl. It Is related of him was Miss Twltchell? Mrs. Hardy expressed :yIO foam t nIttnatod Kreatiy ljirui nI boiler I .Sntnm fur ',:, PO'8L". ". I. iIefnini boiiiway. I C.pnum lnn a (ion. writing work, either by plirce '
the I5EZM.foiIa
J 7.H June 8, 1IKHI an Increase he paid $1 fur A good so much solicitude that Billy "elnm... jetln-jho,. end 'weakened and vimail.Him Court lul.e door ,.b.I. front tract,_.___ ._ __ .. __
'. thlity-tlve per cent In the a quart bottle of a many people In this countrywill 'iy ..... Dr. I'lnno "ll Medu-al "I" I., ..hl ) 0' Vlty.r Pal .____- ---- -- .
twentytwo Brewster offered to back 'I ( PIIU.LI,on tbo
dark go and look contain' JSw '
: brown liquor and which always have a feeling that the LM.twery no slcnhol. I': DAY I tci
months since the saloons "' I for ber guest once I ,... ,it.. ,, blLe 81XTI OF JULY. A. il. iee, Manton Patterns I0o
more. 'I m h. May
closed. The pust-olllcii receipts Increased delivered to him with a wink, Presbyterian church has dealt unjustly Wltherspoon Hon"'y. m,,.e"I'on"IU.L wrl'I'' ,'.. ,_ Iho .I"V Ietimil' the ftret Monday the rneIlioUN.BUKY. P
li
eighteen cent in, It turned to go to his room .nl 10' 115 "lh'led 10nii Ild R icgi, same'. .Ioy, By
toomTerIom
per was conspicuously labeled I with the memory of UroverClevelllnd. and ,., h'I' ,, ," Wlhh. the -
': year subsequent to Hit cloning of Tea./ in the orthodox: blind I who In life Will ever more .__ _change..__ ..his L.clothes. for_ u the even. illeitlaunce I.'Juet 00 god" I. mu Ino"'L' you .. .. the. ,I,,nt.I".lo!Iw'u.' drerritwci tile bIMh..t nroucrtv., I for,.. -
xaloons. flew buildings In lUUtt mf ITUVU iu uuii rang ammo Airs Hardy "'8 '"I'D..1, 01 Special Muster'* Saw.
'
which there were /r>H5, unit onn million : mode.. When safe from obser, loyal to that organization than to opened the door to admit the lost About 100) }P.Iitki lCiChts tsira.t Hallway' .hi l'I'-k.-In
) :
J dollars. In 11)07) UU ( ) the purchaser drew the cork, the party which bad honored 1 him guest Wltberspoon caught her voice Mureb for (01' ago the use 01 ,,Hi (ounly apul Pniika IlCighte IPr.y Pill. UNDER* AND IN l'I'ORAJCBWII[<
J
were erected at a cost of *I-I7JIMK. and .ltcllluj tho frills around bruciwe. rigft' ,"Iohlll. l"leth. with its B nnal decree ol J"or
: took a large swallow and- with its greatest girt. Mr. Clevelandhad stood glued to tbe stairs. the neck vIly, tOI I"uh. lriekii, rendered by the Hon. Jttm" 'I' WI *
grade., ,,
while at the siuno' time In ...\ for the doctor. Investigation made request that no "Ob, I'm bore all right" she said It COllo\"re highly' repro. rIi., ,,W."I.11. sto.'Ic, (, .; t5nees chic KlKOtli: Juillolnl. 'H.oul' t.. *
sermon
I or h..n..III. :
0 posItively cC'
outside the city bOU houses. .. I lot 8lnful. nctu-s : l.Oua, nuaie-IUI: r.I..I. in aowrtttln
.
built. The sumo year twenty-neve that the liquid was. true to eulogy be delivered at his funeral gayly. "Came no In a station trap. I at by .,.I.lp kltU : CWIlches, : owl,. ( Court. Ill I'JndlJ, .
missed the 3.45: and bad vi f lOumi. Oounty HullS ol ""''''" : "
This to wait :
.new manufactories were lidded request though In a measure for ."I ou,1 eli 01 LV.. ;'mud Wlivraiii M'M.Ann" DeWIll, i
tbe Industries of the city. All disappointing to the church, was not the B:45.: Now, do let me run up to MAKE ICE 1101 CnUP.BIVI. "k 'fw"IC) C ... and n.xt friend' William 1. Uu i iOompliklnaiK aifeni'y
liulldlngs formally occupied by my room and get into a comfy light CREAM the. .,, PuluI., tioulity sid Hurry A. li" N'IW'
?
( R. Borland has sold thel\latll. unreasonable, and could hardly justify os-nat"b : ;Holrht. A heath) ud ,iiis :
frock :
which and
Hiilootis are suitable fur othc then I'll tell you all about FROM maui Ho15Itm LII heath,Hiiil lii. JohiiMin VI'I'.1S"S' !,
: than "wet" goods< are now occnri 'i Recorder to Linn Smith of the Its representative at the distinguished It." WATER rIglt itiliway\: nc07; :: time1. With nil : eou'uoretiouu, e.c., are d'.ldll.' .*;
by legitimate business. 'here statesman's hl..I the cciii I t Slay 1 L' OCN. 1 uiiIl, ,) I.
a I Enterprise and will make an rlillel'l1lln showing Half an hour later Wlther and a 8maU R..iiaay > Jor'oiii'li.Bt mm't !
poOIl returned an hUh
of :
Ian !
( never greater' activity than now effort to resentment to the to the I milk if quantity condeneed 5"l'ta or in r thereof es"f' uuoon YIOlldO'Jr' .
the building: of church The num quit his meaiin..8K. extent of holding drawing room. His col mik cannot be bad int to tim. ,, he uJI Hoa..I.Finrtaui Pe..Lk"' :.
her of foreclosure suits hn* decrease elfort Borland has contracted up the obsequies while one of lar seemed a bit too small, for he kept AIOIpk. duo VOlpluluullt aol ,,ii ....L.. "< .Oouiuj.on. the 110ldoy

since -the closing of the Hulouiu from time Methodist Episcopal I them rend, without ail I of an Inter pulling a tit. Why did his vest keep J pint, enough sonl...".lout. .. .Ofla. HKIHAIll C. ADAMS SIXTH 0111 DAY or JULY A. V. I"
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: while city Impiovemmils Htu. b,11I1\)r south, which hni received I preter, a poem twice One .00ToUl GII.11 IK I"
"r..l.t. Iy Increased."f The asm ible H..,lith tvaluation I Ir Into its bosom. While It I Is HP-" an author hoHii! only claimto I nervous.and then HI again. Perhaps be was caEAu lie. pe'kcgs Pewd. .a ro.I.. ---- U.lyilig uU"wl., ,. Iot.sliunu tractK. .. '"Ju/ I
ILllpr"p..rtF t t'lx stood .
by an .13 f ,
win riorlilu.
open utiTuui .
that the appropriateness of lel..otlonle8\ NO state o( JJJWiJ| |
pllrtyot the second In nCB. ,
city which represents twentypercent dow smoking a cigarette "AU ad'tile d.o '
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trying to look Iu..wlll
f. of th. actual vnlue, WM, has entered into a dllllcult con the feet that he was. poet by "elec perfectly calm, when the Mix all together .10. PMlnlkl. FII.I.h. June atea Ia tile : )t5iortia '.10..".
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il2tUlooi: for IWO, and for 1007 it wu. It Is certain.. that In tile event thin,"' and vas financially able to en flounces made him rustle of silk freeze. Don't thoroughly and IU1 Will |be r""lv..1{ l 17.101: 171 Iai ijoi Toil a port.":
SIII1 87a.Ull>. Th' IncreaSe Is *U35.(ilOThe ,' force his effusions change color. don't add or cook It I Council of lb..('lr. nf \'11. t:1., I.. 'J''hll ) ,11. ."" '. ':
tile "Walter .
. '; bonded Indebtedim. was doureused '' editorial fraternity upon a helpless conic here," called We,. makes two anything else. This July 218t lt 7 : for 'ni'i ottie v.n (1 a. ,' ''

*J45,<)OO In lIMIT when thenwas ; can, without special I effort, ,?,-Deration.". --- Hardy. "I want you to know th. cream In 10 quarts minutes of delicious Ice tlon or eight PII.5lI.tImejd the flu..eOI"lruo. bar.l'Imrse I : "ai.I in.Iioeii IIUiiO' ',

no revenue from liquor "joliua to_ a realization of the fact $100 dearest girl, Miss Twltchell. You've Coat at very .mall ((8.61)( 5qcsr.. ytriig, of hundred iui 13005 u.p'hI'Ut 01 Pitluitk.I.,, ::. 'I1:; ;i 5bC
Reward '
Last year, with no saloons. lh. "what hits been Its loss Is the ill 10tt. heard us talk about her so often." AND You KNOw .ldewllk8. aceortlnl to grllloltbio lmuiielr Three ,5),Lot ,';

; tnxua were reduced twunty cent u ,''' nulu,'' though In all ''h. ""''"'-"o'tnl" paper will ba p'oaem a And, as usual, the ,.ST'g U1_. Specification th. north by tile 10ULO'11,15 11
Fi Uldr.1
each $tlIO of assesm-d. valuation. Because charity leara tileS iter., ,I Si lusol One dr.wi.ti:l tflMiw.: day woman saved the 1.1. -eM".." Vy".S1rj lbs re.rv.. _Fllln"p'1 cities. or .nm" Bbs'S 81'1.IllOiStiereni by \ .1.
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counol
.:_ of Increasing population It ,, ; be conceded that as an asset C Ib..ho..e 0550. .na h lieu bmm'IC Oalo"h acme to Ours Hal.-.T'in cit lt. "" 9 packages.Zttc. at u""." al bIds th.Fur In to reject : : ; elm acreut the, ebd OulS l' ;
found necessary to Issue *:!tHI.0I10) li from a purely human v l"w.1 Uu",'. the""" p.010. .ure now known"11,, ? "Witherspoon and I are old all gocer. lon 1.ldrell ( ". forma. 'rwaumcy.snveru M",1""Snort! 1 ,'
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school bonus to build new oullJtiiKs the Ihammlloal .'.....nl.... Onuurk friends said Alice as she took In..t..t J. IIII".r. south II.' .
> church should not bank MltutluuM' d......... holnifaoon. hand his ..Bol. } KM three fli'i'iTlUS! t(50i( tees """Kir1!
reqnltea and -
looked
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and <150OUU more In bond .U lo bUsued tivalmant Hall. .O.I\UIl..u.1 up Into his eyes with I...T G MM. Em A. fB'y t'ly eft. ire his wes& lr. \
soon for similar purpoHei'" highly nor plan enlarged cam l.rall.., aril, dlntoll"Catarrh U'OU,Cur'be In bloOd tke.. 10- if merry twinkle In her own. "But .. C L Roy. n. y. Clerk :::.,ie tIudrod ,llt': :

The police judge says there lsl I I..-; upon the strength of this-ad I. muouue .ur'"" .. or ice .,.'em, tbe.hy ,!.cud... the person I want" to meet 'la the (. ttiem.eot.. helPS mid'" '.
the inVincible came
O-oIg
drunkenness sinu the closlng-of tinaloons to Its working force. Borland lb.. Ocile'UOd..LloD,,, emr.-nCh nf the diec.e. Cud ii.in '.- Mr.\ Billy Brewster "net pe.pl.ss that we h ANTED I 120001 And upn ,.ueb t.'uivef th. plnb' ;
huLlming said
: Ve th, .
to nps:
than In the history of < editorial aofletitutiu 011,1: : ,:,. 'r be r M I deed.v
an grafter and his pa ....,... wemelmn5 Ia dub ,: world famed for bill fascination. t JU'I"I'EU I. the city We Cud "fl.I1
be taken Into ..( )b. p.op'eln' h..n ''k" N. OALnOUI'1
city ; this to cl> m"ob r..Lb r0 .. The -.ra for D
was an eye-sore to the commu Gtlflltlfl powers the they biter One guests at Mrs. Hardy's; celebra- I.-A. (Ur.lnK.r Far I c.
flnoctIofl with the fact t: Hundred ,Du.'ne.
L Kansas non in-cu City> Missouri, with Ih"l 'lit wh.lcb" has eked an exit mtr 0011cr.tins o.for I..nl.any. awe.ibaf. ii,..11.10 00'.. Bood tlon, which lasted until Monday morn- It'P.lthlnK' h. t"ntlv. ".-. lo 1.1.UA8KMLt81 .::

Ureds. 1)r salgous, Is leparatedrou! I II I .. T.Add.....HIIII'.. r J.,.CHaN..11" PillS&Y a 00,, Toied 3, 0. P Ing promptly realized that two of tbs "..rp..6Ia... salt rhaum tetter.OU"a, hives., wll ..: dot"0'''._. _oal.! _... PI :1 : g ale, ihmberJfl's _
focou.Upsnomc.
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bq 101l0wh'f do..rlbsd Ixntls or 10 much Ohareof.. will j
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nAY UM I J ULY. A. D., 11JUII. at PuIMka.I".h8Joul1tyoll'utnao.RdVot'olnl will b. .olel ..t .auotlol1 on She.. fOlX'I'U d i OWNER 1Q!! a OwNAn .. rof

[Copyright, 190S.J 56 !

About tho time there was an escape r; a.1 pYF 1.

I from the feaylura at Petereboro Farmer :! a"I I 4 4Partof -

Qcegt' Inter, a widow, came toe M .


visit. Mr, Gregg proponed fiber I M lot 4hI< 3 page 411 ...,.. IU 27 1254, Met Mrs C Sheliy... 185 Lot.It 5 bile and 883 6:,,bile PalatkaAll 862, Falatka.,,. : O)3amle W Bromw.U Lewis : :: f 58 6i : tl

make a match, between the widow and DESCRIPTION J!. o. Part of soy bk 10 page N ,..... .. 1. III 21 I N! C m YoIvlnll't"n.. .... 8110 of bile 885, ot 0 B .ft F By

Walking and ho won Invited d OWNI1JI\ Part of % s%, part and" w of Front St. Palatka. G Iou ,ula R, C'! 1111
Deacon of >ot"b' cg 827, :, ::;f Lots B and 6, bik 3, liuesny adtll 1
to call. Oue afternoon tko farmer and .'w': : a; Ii os ot .0"n % and ItIoo.page III nag 01 .w%,.. III 10 27 49 E Cr Bass .......,, .... IIGElio : WUof to PalatKa Heights. x II' Lyon. . 1 II ,

dot out for town leaving their .. ot owS of lot 8 ..,...... ....... II 10 J7 10 William. & BI1.n.er.. 1 Iii lot 9, bile 12, llarf adjl- "
lila wife Soarbor- tlnn to Palatka height. oho M Corley .. 4 II +
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Ie J7 lOlI Mr.
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all alone. This wag the afternoon Lot 8 (or wS or deg rough ... ..... ..... ... 91 Lot 4. 6, 6, and 7, bile 12 Haft's
guest addition to Palatka. Height. 0 H 1.ln.: t..
selected bjrl>eacol WatUlug for dog y4 ............... ... .. .. .. 18 8 BI 40 Mee I Part of lot 9, a of river, bit I page U 10 27 2 Fanny Coleman ., .. SI Lot t bik 44, Creaoent City. J.rry WllooA I" .,
N% Jlo% of .,.. ... 81I' 157 .. Lot'* 1 and I, bile 66, Cr.sc.nt City D Terry. 14
deg .... .... .. .. .. .. 8 24 JaeDuvtdJ7ysea 7
03 f t
or 20
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his call % ntv o! cn Part of lot 10, of river I bk a page All of grove lot 78. Craeoent City w 46 ,
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There wore. reasons why tliq doncounrrlred I :r nw% ... .. :::::::::::::::: : : Y{l =:: C Od' L tit,Whitcomb Uavlu ., ', :':::: 811 i 173 .> 81 10 271U 18 F Tim W Lone and C, J. Leohtenburg .. 861 All of grove lot lOli, Creaoent City Jake Lo".n. .:. 1 16
Jr 27 56
All of reo .... ...,........ 110 of (St Johna river 11 of o( grove lot 11Y,
Lot 8
at the Oveeg liomoatond In a ..w .....,. 8 8 25 8U 1I1111\1nn 'Sueheol"d w .. ...... ... ... IU I'tb 1' .liop :1j6f Creacent. City ThO 1aL.od. .. 11S

excited condition lie WUII- kick. All of goo except n"l4 Of n&/' ', ,, 9 I 211 600 HRm? '''' 1606 11 8-4 aores In ott of ne%. bk 83 .. .. 1 85ICO All of grove lot 118, Crescent City B..yA WlIlIaDle.81 ;t
rather Sutherlan8o d. .: 24 10 27 11 3-4 C B Talvlngton All of grove lot 149 Creaoent City .. J F o.DUS Co .. 41
Co ...... .. .. 13'9B page 125 C Shelly .... III In of bile X 60 268 ft,
Mrs aa by
of bin cowl just before K'uv- op 11076 ('less 2n. t of river 29 10 n Kat cor
ud by one In n. con)..... 21 8 23 311 tote,1 and 8 w .
Cozen .. .. .... bk 80
Bet ..l. ... ..... JAnnle 16J B page 262 Creaoant City
? .s ...., ,......... ... 2r. 8 23 Ir.o: Part'of Humeral Grant bit pageBT9
lug !home ono of tbo bogs gut caught: Net t. of % 811pp .. "wk ....... 998 S7 10 27 24 Amelia Von Bngel- 13111. .. Honry.oll. .. I IS
'. hi the fence and hud to bo' released, a 8' of :%, ,;i.r.r..iw; %..ofau i4 28 8 26 40 Unknown .. .... .... .... 1 G.; ; .. : ."" "" 111I Pt of b'lk'x. 69 fVwide'toYakVinae '; }

bull tbnt be encountered in. tbo 81tlld nw'A or lie%, ... .....,.. ,..... 21! 520 100 3 W TeM.r .,....., 405 Part of Martin Grant bk D pa.17 40 10 27 169 Mreno"i"w'hU; .. .. .. 889 City I nor Hill bk. ,P.,.page 188, Crescent Henry Bell 1 II i
stray .. .. .. ..... .... 321W '
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wild cherry tree M .. ,........... ... 81 : IlI! 1112 Arthur Watts ... ... .. 8I\ O I V Clnrk Orant 10 27 36 a-lOA Dupont .... 131Ne'A E'A of 1 lota t and 2 bik 21; Welaka i tor W A BrsweterRlohard SI
him .
road ran up a .... : 'k 111 N I E of lot 23.. 7 11 23: Clartay Blnvpklns 12, bile Welaka. . . .
10 Pinney SI and aM 45 Reddluk. I"
and In some cf the adventures! ha lost '4 ot ne, :::::::::,::::::::,:::::. 83 R 25 t Apron Mlntan.; .,:..:,::. 918 1 85 Lot of..% and saU of naU I 11 23 M) Kdwurd. areon ...... 166 Lots 3 and 4, bile 49, Welaka. Milan Buck. .. 111 }

that lined to bulouir to bid IS of ego and 0S of nol4 .. ,...,., 1 8 25W bleat Toeol Turpen Lot 26 IIII 11 23 40 C F Mltonell ......... 1Mto All' of Ifct WelakaWV4 Martha Hodgman f SS
a jackknife tine Co 11 n Hennlng I Land InveatOo of WelakaLola ::. : : : : : : : Hey of Julia Caablt 77
9 67NW4
grnndfnthcr lie Van therefore moro Eli or .014 .. ... .. ............ .. ,... ... 16 8 20 80 Ollllman: 'Sutherland NeU! of nwU .- .. W 6 and 8, talk 6.1.: Wolaka. C Stuart. ._ 111

perturbed when lio knocked at Co """. ... ... .... 1614nr'4.wir naand neU.o' nw* 27 11 13 80 Unknown, ....... .. .. ISO Lota 1,9, 3, and 4. bile 14. Welaka 0 O Roblnaon. . 8 71
less \ or of !
or HO\4. n.14 or SwU ..., lib
.w4 and o4, .. 30 40 Nathan. Cook ., N 8'4 acre ot nwu of nwof.
the kitchen door and than entered to o! ,, q/ 920 I'hknewn Lot 13 .n.'i1oi"sVi"a" s.ii."oneU \ 11 21 neU, Welaka. . . . I 12 1St Horace William.. I II
widow asleep In the room be N' \ 'd.s'of yew%:: :: : M BYO :: Ono W Han lon.i ::::::: n: N% of 8 11' It 10 .Mr. B1.o Brock .. .180 B lib acre of ett of naU, of nwU. tIS
find the ; t of :% "ew 2O JoseuhNl Glbeon ,...;.., of a..U.. . 7 LSO Ullknown. . WefakaK . : I 11 11* Mr D Kaddook. .. i 18
turned to retreat when s' of w It r'.w : : n 1700 166 of %. U A lney 8 of .of 4 11 S . 81
yond. He had end w% % : ::: YO llman Sutherland: WV4 nw io. . . U It IU John Brook.. 1 acre seU lot Welaka 8 A P Foitall 8
: Ne'4 of nwVa ot 18 .. 89 Pt of lot 4, bk 8A, 14, Welaka I : 21 H Ban Chlaolm.v7 SIs
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she awoke and uttered a' scream ataltlit Co .... , I U .r Hello. . . U 2t 111 J 1 Graham page
Wji of nwand oli 01 sw'i .,. .. a3 a 20 100 Nlllman SvlharlandtV : of nw'A noV. . .... .. i.II U 14 10 B H Walkllr" . 1 UEIIo 'ifelght. 2, bit 21, Satiuma: -'
of him. She had !been dreaming Co .. WIIo 01 neof 01 Mr. M J Brown .. 1 II

of that escaped lunatic.! She had i %! or nWI4' .. .." ............. .... 21 1 20 80 Holman ..Sutherland 428mli nwUWtt of, .wk. .of. .nw\4. .\. and. Be. .%. U f50 StcoII'.o.. tln, ]mp 961 Lot Lot hbk' 2.. 'Snts..mna.Interlachen' Heights.I : J H O L Bowden.Clark .. .. .?. : : IS 10 a

dreamed that be had bin fingers on her I IIf .014 mind: e'AI of .w'4 ..,...,.. 27 1 2U 100 Millman".ihertanJ a G1IJ bk 9. page 614. 18 11 14 10 A E Cary ,, :Y. : a a& Lot. 47' and 48. bile 21, Interlnchen R H Brewer. 1 1(1

throat and was choking hoi; to death I ,, ot I .. ......... .... .. .. 4118 sole of of wu*wU. and. noU' of .w%. IIII 11 2' LO it H Wale.er... .. 1 11rfo 86 All Lota of 88(except and 64,lot.bile 18 21,and Interlaohen 19) bile Mr A B Weodal1 II
: nwk or 2m 8 14
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and here lio! wag before hoc! The deer '4 of nwk of nw'4...,.... M 01 1 6 01 Cowl.. KV4 16II 11 14 4U. Mr. Mary A..n..w. 308 88, Interlnchen Unknown. . 1 21'ft1
88 .. ... ti9 Young'. ad.
Loan 1 I. 2 and 8. bile B,
,con muttered hU uaroo nod an apology Hwl4aof JaW%and. ..".e.,4...of. ...w'4... ...,,....,..... 6 5.M 87 110 M'1!u0aolxu pen.. 809 ? w GU.%oi'nw. .4. of. .nel4'b1t. ;" .4page 11 14 114 Chu L Hull.rA I ]9Nyw1.k tlltlnn to Interlnchen. . Alva Toung. .. .
nnd the widow sat up. She had read tine Co .. . . :. 10 11 15 40 'r H I. 1..UcO'U.. 1 II, All of bile 17, Keuka .. . 19 8 Gilbert .. ,

and beard a great deal about luuaUvg otfnw'" ..................... .... 8 27 40 Mrs E 8 P aine ............. 185N014 177E .f ne' % .y Lot 1, bile E, Keuku . I 0 A Rodgera. .. l 11
acre.) eK of0ne4w
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l< % ........ ... .. 5S 21 40 Ii1 "except:S'a :: ) of
mid bow they should be treated. Thin ,.. .fo HW'4 .. .. 8 Palo ...... ..... 160 1 11 1t.111 4 16 A. S. WILL.AUD
of'BWU.
.ndllw'4 o.wy, 1 91 of
1/0 and BWU noU
...... : R W .w%
5 'Maltto", & Co... 0 D Rogers 89
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:one didn't look .very fierce, but she 4fOl nol. and \op 01 .w\4.\ ... 8 M 2127 12500 105 8 1-8 of nwu..0 o."tI4p'tt: ::d"l% i,; 11 11 Tax: : Collector Putnam Uonnty
to him. % ond .wl4 .. We tke7ocol All 1 f aeU 1 77 __ _
must be careful not arouse wl4 .... I. : 'TUrp.n. sold as per Slsoo Flat . 14 11 U 105 Henry F.ltman. 0.1,

She must be soft I and gentle gull dis 1:1"114\ of. ., .. ..... .......... ........ .. .. 9 I 27 100 l\t Driggere Co ,"::::::::::: : :: K:<'A ot of eM awU of neUN'i of .,".: . .. . IS U 11 11 It 14 10 40 W Henry IfSmith.Fel'man. ..,. a 811 16
Therefore as she : sea tlon o".i4'
as soon
sembling. of
nag \ of ofNe"u
sag and swU
BwU of aeU (lea
could catch her breath she smilingly nw'A 01 ew\\A) nwl4 of nw\\4 and as 11 580 Unknown. . 1 II
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"0 of "0'. ...... .. ... .. 8 a7 820 oVneU.'ei'of w'tt'or'awu ofneU .
.... ...... 17 R W Metto", Co... 177 0 70
If he wouldn't sit Melville Clo.rk.
asked ,the deacon 8w\4\ 01 .w'4 .. .. ... ... 5 8-4 of U of nwUPt 71 11 8f0
... ...,..... .... at a7 tU R W Jalto'"' & Co... 188 and w .0 THE
tie replied that ha would and B.4 of ..14 ... ... ...., 27 ot J M Hernandes Grant, bk 71,
ilown. .. .......,., BI 40 R W Milito", II: Co.,. 188 .. .I 11 t19.41 German A.suranae '
'<1101 1. He didn't ask for the Greggs. Nw'A ofM oe\ (Ibis 10oU ........ .. .... 3 9S 23 80 -. Joseph Turnlp..od .. 168 page 18Q 1 ::3

Tiot seeing them abcint ho Inferred thnt w 1D'Ao \y 01 bile ,.....,..,..... 18 23 8 harry Jackson .. .. 185 Lot 4, Pomona . . . 17 11 a7 II Me; i Lyon.:: :: ; : :
of Gov Lot 12..,.. ...... .,..... 19 5 118 20 Unknown .... .. .. ... 111 KV4 of .WU of neU fswP0
they bad gone to town. FI 2G. 01 neli of ewe\ ........ .. .. .. 34 23 2 Rob.rt Cu. ....... .... 1 B3 mona : It 11 17 f Mle. Mary Naeln. I 59

The widow had boon told always to :Sw::'Ao[of n",n w%.. .::::::::::::::::::::::::: 84 9/ 2/N : F Unknoeet Cunningham.;: ... :::::: A 549 N W bk 4 acres 37. page of *eU 89, of'ewy.Fomoiia.of. aw. .4. as 11 a1 806 8 T Hattie GarHolden. . I 6 011 50

look n road dog or a lunatic In the eye Nw'4 of nw% and ni of of Lota 9 and 10" : Ii U : : : : : :
.wl4 f 6'fJr \ 40 2 55
her on the deacon she oIt..,.,, ... .. ..,........ .. 0 14 80 Lot 1907. : : : : : : : :
.As she kept eyes ? .. ...... ,.. I 3 D MoK. .. ... .. ... 188 . ... II 33 4" UnknowlI" .. I 6G
read cunning, craft nod cruelty In his ?c.a. ot 0'AI of ew'4 of nll'A. ...... .. 7 031 T UIII realized l that her life 84! or .W'A or no'4 ...... ......... ., .. I Y4S 20 Unknown .. ....... ... 111 SVS of rnfor and' 0ie'b.. II 11 IG 130 Empire Land Cu a tl9
she wan
face and Blil of of 0810 of nw'4 ........ .. >> II 14 10 0 8 & F Ry Co...... 111 Lota-118 and 'll.W( private survey
at stake. It wag rather embarrassing! Nh 20a R'o Ir Mart of nw% of nw% of sou' of It II :: 2'1 a C CK n'W'ITt'; : : : 1 :
'fur the waller but ho talked about Indians RR ..... .. ,.,..,..... .. .. 11 9 24 20 A D Tucker .. ..... .. 301 wO f".c of nwU :ofpage : Mr.' J 8 ,
lets I and I blk 00 T ... .... ......, 11 9 14 10 FerdlnandJnln .. ,. 1111 Na cor of neU, bk 1i. Il Ii 2.10 Ii Mr.. L Mar Y Rn.Na.h., : : IU
Canadian thistles, Ilotato bugs I"'t 7 blk 7 and! lot Y blk 7 0 r.; .. ,. 11 : :: !0 ElkaDeeh DoHoff .,,. I BO Lois of neU of neU of neU ., .. 18 II 2S 81 3-4 Luay Flnn..an. and
and 2 river.-
the weather and ntii88 ,.. O L 1 e of
and grew iqore 1p Brownlee 745 Lola Olven. ao 53
as tho minutes slipped away. On :1i'Aot Wn%;end awy'o;; k t'eey4 ::::: :: t0 9 14 1200 0 L :::::::: 5 98 N% of aeU of awu (less 5 acres to

F.% of HeCI.lees eSi of .o%, of se" 29 9 14 00 F R Itaeklna",..... .. 177 LookettConnmonoe: . . . 20 11 P16 Stand A Neo.r. . a 98
'her port the widow tried to bo as en- WH or nw'A ....... .... ............. .. 80 99 2241 00 .. .. at sw Published Every
uHnlkbnown&
[tertalnlug but It was hard work. The Wli 01 nw% Rlld .c'A pf nwS.. .. 82 1. Redding.. 3176 u ft by 420 ft, bk l8tpeqa50380 24 la 25 = A. P ApPleby Aoberte.. . an

ear was constantly present that tUoiiimtlc B 01 no'4' 01 lot 4 ...:....,.. ..... ., 24 9 M 8 Hu.band Aros ,.... .. M9 Ne\% of no', of .e% of aeUKVf . 29 11 20 26 10% Ullknown.S..ava . 87
B.w'4 of Jlw'4'' 01 sag' .. ... .......... 0 : 25 10 Sudan Watt.- ot WU of saU of neUWV4 . 29 1 83
would suddenly break out and 01 nw'4 .. ....... ..,...... .. ... ., 7 : ,:::: ::::: 1:1,11 :- ,, of eU of .""\\4 of nuU and 4M 1Cha.. Dormnn. 1'19

end her limb by llmli. Slio was 8w14 01 HWI4 .. .. .. .. ..... .......... .. I 9 26 to tins L 11 Y de ?SI.. .. 1 60leyofew acre. of eH1 of cog of n.I(,., 29 80 II U 161 Mr. H Marshall Friday. ,

but she didn't cease to %\ .. ... .......... ..... .... 9 26 80 k 886N14 Lot TCU;: of 6, awu Hlr .and' plat wft. ,?f.eel. .(,, .* : *. 35 11 26 lo.n Airs .i W ltawklne t n '
ysterlcal nwl4 ......... ... .... .. .... .. n s 28 hO pn Hohanan ::::::: ::;: 3 6fi Lot 8. Hires'' sub dlv o of river. 85 u PO 18.11 lire A W: Hawklne f U

mile. When the deacon finally got B" 01 ow'4 .. .. ....,.. ............ .. 2'1 9 28 80 Est A Putnam, ...... lal SeU of nwu., . . . : 86. 26 W A Bryan. ,
round to tell her ot Ills trials and misfortunes Lot a. ........ ........................ 80 9 26 R7 D po 'Prltchard ... ..... 1 NW Pt of Oulb: bk 81. page nla\7.0\ a.ey'e 12 16 G .nd.
listen- '% lot .. 16 9 21 11 C P IClnney "'. ..n. 881 dlv ot nt 19 Hawkl A W 1'
bo found a sympathetic .'. 115
f : or i.j .hj'.i; ; :: :
Lots and S : .. 31 0 27 33 Amelia Von Engel.Frnrt1 .
r.' She had read that she must alaye -' kin ..".. ..".. ".... S70of LOandt21:: ik7'al: 11. 13' 18. and 19 -' "
2
Lots 4 4.

( pretend and slie-roado to sympathize the effort with of thesane her I. .wt ae .:..s.%. .,,of..,,nw...r%....and..,...ay... :8 0 27 308 C A Dupo"t .... ".". 147 bik 14, 16 26, 18 and, and lots 20 1,,bik 4.I 8,26 8,, UeeohNwU 10, 12-, ,;
,
Part o. :Coeldtalo Urant bk : page : . . . . .. 40 11 28 120 Heirs or 0 W Fer- .'" .
fc. By and by her caller went fur- . .. 37 9 27 4 Ura Carrle Thomp.on 97 e. "
her. lie said that wheirhU dear com- J .Summ".1. Grant bkH a und'9 137 (less 18 acres) . . 3? 11 21144 A a Foster.:; : : : : It H .

pages 610.221 .. "........."..""... 41 9 27 Amelia. Von Ena.l- Seta 3f.f' U. (leas acre to Prlor "
eaten, died he made up[* his nilml never kin .....,i". ,...." 1097 : .) dl .&% of owy, of

o marry ngalu but It wa possible O I II' Clark Grant .".. .. .. ." .. 41 9 27 U29.looC A Dupont u...."...-1"11 'tj..w. .;"ii { Ii H 6f fIaUl.Wir'y. ... : : : sl: An Advertising medium
Pt of nwU. bk 87,
liner(,. Smn.,1 Grant .. ... 016' 9 27 13 21.100 Amelia Von Engel.
0. .
hat bu would .banco hIs mind It he 13 27 .
& kin ..,. ...... .......: 183 pt of neVi of neU. bk P, page 89 9 1 Jennle Updyk. 1 33
131 .
1 I. wi. .
let the right party. It wns- lonesome Pt of nee of nee bit 82 9 Updyke. I as
[ Part of .Tohn lIuorlu Grant bk W pngpagn- ST 10 Ir : :
pt of ot 4. Ii L, :< 11 n N.wcomb I-U
tying, all alone nud bl1\"llI",110 one toet. 5 page Part of John Iluertusorant Lot 2. 13 27 B8 Joe lnft harp. . 3 G1
It wns so lonesome that some- tea 41 pugea 11111,:,: ,.....,.... 44 9 27 1918.Unknown. .......".. ...2892 An u Jlvld'd; jS'I'.I'P'rt'i; ; ln'pt of
Port or John Huertas OrulII bk 4j .lota and 6., bk page IVV. 12 U tT 'f9.16 Unknown. 1 B6N
lees bo went out and sought: the com- page 121 ...... "..".....".. ... .. ... 4f 9 27 1n 11 Williams ..... .. 129 22 a4ar'.* of J'r:; iiwi .. 13 2T 98 Joe M i'rp:. : : : A46 that brings Results.
nlonshlp of the oxen. Part 0'' 1."mlna glynt W of river .-.', of nM of ecu of .e%. . 13 n H 19 T N ( 4 06 1J

The widow had boon told that she t\.rdl.r) ................ ..01..,.river...... 81 9 27 80 8 0 D..Roch.B ".:. 147 a\ 3-4 7-20 of of w4 nwU of of HWU awU of. neU.V .. .. .. .. 18 18 It 11 14 Ben Unknown.{Veda.. .. .... : .: :. 93 It \'
Port 01 i"I.mlnll' Grant w
nut seem to with a lunatic and .. .. ... 100 M 'V Rorleon .. ,,. U18iO Ill 1-3 of nwu at .w% and w 1.100
agree (Vordl"r) "...... '...........; 61 9 27 of SWU and e 2-3 of neU
ho heaved.a sigh and replied to the by IH It of lot 5 blk a Carlton of :.'t..f' .T 18 11 ST0%, Unknown. . a 89
that jvlieu she had bk U page. 236 ... .. ......... ..' a 10 23' T D HolTman ".. ". 683 W 37 acre. of .'" of'nest..' ." 21S3 11 11 nHOlloym.n <<0 on4 42
cocoa by saying W% 01 lot 9 blk 5 Carlon; ...".. ... 23 B P Tuler .. ..... .. 89 Swu of nay of "anti. nwy4 ofaeU
III her Joseph 'neath tbo weeping : Ig 2t 40 Unknown" 15 of aeV. . . .7 11 17 ao .70. M Rar . 411
I Lot 20 ... ... ... ".. .. .. .. "".".. .. ""''''''''''; p. .1
lllo\v-sbe thought the light had gone Iota J7 and 19 .. .. .... ... .""... ... 8 10 23 99 Unknown ... ..."",.. 181 Nwu of nwu of awU\ : . 24 13 21 10 11 0 Mla..I1. . I 89
13 10 aa 80 Alfred Walker. ..",.. 963W ft of Carrier Plot 61t'U, p 565 25 U n.1 Edward Payno. 1.6

ut lot forever.and caused Time her had to assuaged cbilnga, her her %'SI% of of not4 sett: ((lees;"i2..)::::::::::: ::: 11 10 2J 66 J C Steele & BOil".. INi' 65 MuV'of 8\4 of nu awU.>/. find. el4. .or. nw'4. .of. naV4......, 24H 13 17 80 Joe Jul1u.M Bollm Harp.... .. : I 5 a/98 Subscription $1.00 the Year.
anti %
01 note% Df nwli ne
ibid. She had come to feel that per- of nw% .. .. ........ ... ... .. ..... 14 10 23 200 U JI' Lyon ....,"..... .-6 80N 7 bk acrea 18 of page awU iS2.of. nwu. .of. nwU. 27 18 27 T Mr A A Judd 1 19 11
14 10 23 .80 A White ...."........ 871 13:17: 80 Jul1u. .
E% of aeU. . . 2729 Dollm a 81
ups It wag ereu.her duty to marry Set\ : ::\ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: It 10 23 40 11 B Cunninga..S: 851VS sole of and'wy otwvi : "
.
aln. She could cook wash bake, of ew'of .w% and .w% of s'"Inw rnfof'\::: ... 18 27 10 Atlas 11! F Hudson I ii5

on> make soft soap and all kinds ofreserves % 01 w'4 ....... .. .. "."... ... 17 10 U 80 E.t R m 8eyte. .... ... 1119 NH of neU. .I . -33 18 Y7 8g W.g."rno : el ,:
.. .. .. 18 10 B1 Bd Mack Sylvester .:.;,. Is.Vi Lot 14. J 5lggenhothnm'Plnt... ; ; : . 17 YA & Sharpe. 33 '
and for three yearn running Lot I (lees la to ellUreh)1 lot ,.0..... 13 10 23 30 Mack Sylvester ... .. 15.\. Lots 20 and 21 Dakln'. sub dlv. 1 18 8. 11 \V R Gr..n. . : 8 65
\ of lot 11 and The NEWS Job
S'/4 of of .a% of naU. bk 14. Department '.' 1r
r crazy quilts and rag carpets had Eio or lot 13 and all 01 lots 23 100 D&vld Smith .. 4 06gild page 1i'o. . : 11 IN lIS 10 Goo ASleten4". .. .. III

aken''he deacon first prizes then hinted at the that'by county hard fair B f 84 e ;;r .;'4.. :::::::::::::::::: 51 18) 10 10 23 23 :JO carollno Bnldwln '. ." 1554a In pane.. oar 444 of. ..o. ., of" .e'9, 'bk D 12It 11 U 0 I-I Gee A 8teven., T 18

In calm of a side of ee% 01 n.\4. Pt of Whltaker' .U''; dl'V. bi.'or
'uric and Industry he had accumulatedbout bk 43 page 873 for 19011 ..""... fO 10 ar: 4 Blm.on ltJann .... .. ", 163, page 444Lota 11 U 1 % ado A 8t4v.n.. .70

| 18,000 worth ofxproperty. The 4R bk III n cell of 873 e tide for of 1907 sets 01..neVo..... 20 10 23 4 SImeon Mann_ ... "" 1939N Drnyten 13 Island J'i.T. wio'b.4i. . :. . 39 11 U ao L D Baker. .. 11 77 is equipped to do -4
blow saw his object and stated that page nwy4 (laseSa I Bk 28, page 22 pt of Draytonlalann .
T'Joseph left her about that amount %> or nw'A and eats of 88 10 23 118 Amble Morris. .", ,... S 88Ne :. 89 11 211,96 Unknown. I 98
10 Young end 1'onlpkln.) Valentine' survey Dre'yton'
Williams ... 1 30Lot Let 8, .
she had Increased It somewhat of sw% ... .' 10 23 to 'fhomn '. Islands 89 11 IS I Wm .John.on. 1 85
111
:::::::::::::: al 10 23 10 C B MIIIS ..""" ? '
11 28 .
88 Avery Survey NV4 of nwU of ot S. ... 4 5 Orl. M..rroll. . 93
8 i n matter of fact she lied about It "
46 and 4-10 01 lot 29 Avery of neU.NaU 2B 40 Unknown. . 183 Irk
lit she bad read that one must always Lot.Purvey 80, ."."..... ."."""...."' 24 10 a3' 24 Edwd Green "......" 151 awu of neU; . ." 1 IJ 1 U U 40 W M Barber. 1 85 all kinds of ,
It 10 13 10 J- C 8.leI, : Sons ". 111 w wnio'r"Bt'
e to lunatics and ehe didn't Lot 10 Avery Survey.... ... "'" Water lot bound by ,
propose .. ..... .. .."..", I 10 U to Hilburn" ReddInII' 156Va by n line of Adnma 8t n by
provoke the one before ber. Now'% 01 nw ."" ".... .. ..... a 10 24 10 HJlburn" Redding 116Ne Lucas .and o by River PalatkaWater 4110 Coy.. Jl'la Ry
BSS of nu of .Ii """" .. .
Deacon Watklns .becnuie interested. % of nw\4 and nw'A 01 nw% .... I IU 24 80 Cha. 8 May. ... "..._ 115 lot bound n by water 8t 539 t

'.e admired. He would come again Blk I and .w cor... 01.. hilt......13 .eta..... I 10 14 11 Mr. E H Thompson 160 C by Dalton. n by Larkln and e Gee Fla Steamboat and 1
.. Sou and Railroad
t his. lost relict rlnero' Lake 1U' ...... ,.. 11Elio /. by River, .
was to be replaced of .,. ot n.'A .."......... I >II> ao J R cary .. YJcg'Ali'n 40 3 H ,
dlana should have a fair chance In Nw 01 ..wnw .% and w 1511. of ..w34of \ So oor of bik IB Falatka. ? M '. :: : : _

ia race. lie liked. that smile. Hoed .w'A .. .....,.. ..... ".. ....."' 10 10 U 58 Heirs or 0 A Hrcoka 676Nets WH of lot 8, bik. 30, palatka. C 0 NeKen.I. 10 87
of ".'. 01" .014 ... .......". .. 10 111 24 10 8 L .n.d..m..n .. ,... 130SK Lot 2. bik 80, Palatka Mary 1 .McX.n.I. I UPtI8Errl
: that chatter lie liked a woman : ofw Pt .54 lot R IMC. Jnroh'a Hall) folk.
at of ee% oe .w% and .w':... 11 10.N 80 oE L Mann ........ ,... In4 Fnlatka a Bt Jaoob'. Hall. S 95 Commercial -
could hustle with the housework \ 01 H.%, .................. .. tOoJ' Jaoob'cHall; Printing.
10 at 6 MIII.d. J Ryan ..., 10 ... 11
.
...
d knew by Instinct when a boiled Ny1 01 ..Ii 01 no'4' 01 ",14 10 U .0 EII.worth Trust to... 17. bile *t for 1906 Palatka. St Jaoob'. 1111.11 I 95
1i
...... .... .
lap 664.bik
toner N.4 of MO% Pt of lot 1, bk page
wag the table.o
ready to put ou Bo\4 'of .." Ilees 18a. 10 Butler A A F' Herman .... .... .25 41, Falatka . ... .. Wm F I! Bat.. 11
10 Yyd
at got her up life to waS go;snved.and the He widow lingered felt NIl i7a mower of n.;,% .t.j;.:%...::::::::::::::: 13 16 10 24 13 Eat David. Young .... 98WI'S Lot of 5, bile lot 8 61, ilk FalatkaWH 67 .. ; : : : : W'tERm111; .:' ,. : : I 61 It r

BWI4 o! KM ot lot 1. bile AaPalatka. Tllo. 1old..n. ? S 40
1th his hand on the back of his chair, 01 nw\o&\ or new\.. and. 17 10 a. 80 Ben Tooke ........ .,. 125NnMI1.o Lota 2 and 1 Palatka. Francle Grabam. U H Estimates all kinds of

,''id bee throat constricted lIe might n nwf't .;w% of ;.%::::::: : 18 10 U 10 Mr. P L 811lv.l.y .... 1En 84 Lot of 6, bile 8'8bllIrik bile 67, Palatka. ..., :' .. ,, ,. 91 Sylvia: A Bell.Andor.on.. . : :. :, 4 16 on

might not have taken, his leave asa ot ee% of neand\ no'A 01 neli 10 U 80 m 8 Ol err.. .. .. .. .. 95 8 1-H dftli 8, bile 18. Palatka 1 for
.. 20
os he bad finished telling her that 01 88'4 .. .. .. .. ............... .................... 23 10 14 20 0 W Oiliest ..,,"...., 170 1907 . . . . . Francis Iludeon 4 71
or .w" of nw% 8 1-8 of lot 8, bUr 88, Palat'
N% % ..... ,, ... 1 toIlJoS
Flek ..
thought Bailing humanity ought to : of nllo or ..4 ot nw'4 ....,.... a6- 10 U 1,1 B Unknown A ......... ...... NBe . . . . . Franola Hud.on. 4 71
Ink more catnip tea when steps were S.\% of no'A 01 11.\4 .. .. .......,... 11 10 14 10 .... .. .... ill 11905- of t. bik 8Palatka. Job Printing cheerfully,
D A.hl.I'
......... ... 10 It 111 C . Henry 1Iud.on. 4 71
or nw\4\ '
and out ldo. A and tin % of se% 10 B F Warden .,......, 896N84 i-I' ,
bog buyer a 01 of nova ......... I' 10 14 W 8J ft of n<4 of w ot nwu.of .
ne'A
514 01 .Yi John Ooldon. . 4 01
Mlur had nwVao4 bile 74, Falatka .
The
arrived la chorus.
of .w%.
ot nw% of no'4 .. .. ne'of'bile
10 1M ell Cook W 1-3 of n 2-3 of 74, '
Idow cried "Come In!I" and they .o end e1 oe nee of. .w'4... 80 10 14 80 dward Green ;.,..... 356SW Palatka. . . . Unknown . I 17WtkOfT.liop'
......,... ...... .., ." w'1.3 furnished.Our
ime but the Instant; they entered she \% of or 810.w'4. ......."............ ... .1 10 1M 10 40 Mr.Mrs L I. A A Ohamborlaln Ohamb.rlaln: I 165 6N'WI' \ :. : (50x128 .ft. ).Ot gaga H 11011" 4 80 .
led 10 14
aL
something else. Pointing to the of .o% or .w%" ''' '''' 1''''' I 6Be4 EM of H<4 of w 1-3 (60x176 ft) of -
; 10 80 HKWalalker. . . . Ro.a. M 1I011y" I II
aeon she halt shrieked: \ .01 nw'4 and .w'A of ne.N i an W ......... 183EIIo bile 78, PalatkaE
10
...... 70 by lit ft In B. oor of bile 73,
..
;'Secure him lie js an escaped lu- of n.lIo.oC.. .e'4. :::::::: 'S 10 14 to C D A.hII.y ........ .. 156EN Palatka. Rosa H Holly. S 18
tic!I" ; ;; 01 W 80 by 100 ft of con'1.3. of aKof work speaks for itself.
'Aofo.1"ot.: % w%
end
nw .. ... .. In Rosa M 110111' I 95
S6 10 24 00 W H Walker bile. 78, Palatka, .
... _
hen the deacon wag thrown on bin '10"% .. .. ... ,..... .... ... ,.. ...... 9 10 III 2tO X.lly" Co... ..,.... 8 U8Sw'4 n (0 by 100 ft of oan' i.a''o.r.aV. It}
>ck and tied up with tbe- lothe.lllne I .nd alio ot .e% .. .... ....... 15 10 III 40 K.lly" Co ..,. ..,.,. 111Nw of bit 78. PalatkaLota . . Ro.a M 110111" I 81
.
I of nw%. .. ....... ....... ....... 00 ........... S 74 38 and 95 by 10 ft .
<4 threatened with death and though % nYi 01 Jlw'4 ... .... .... "" 16 10 15 ItO X.lly" ... .... .. 118 of :Jr'"o1 bile 80, Palatka. A H Borrou..h.. 8 80
and J A King
Neil ..... ..... .. ..... 16 10 III A t 63 ft of 1-3 by 160 ft deep
stuttered and summered, no tten-- nil 18 l-IollI..e. .. 18 10 11II J G R04hlU'p ........ 185 n w TCapon' S We take a special pride in all'
...
... bile 86 Palatka '
n was paid to him. tie wan bun- AIM 2G sa and B7 'lIolllwt.r 01 nW% 11 10 a5 120 Kelly Co "...... .. 8 atNIIo AIY'a bile 105, PalatkaLot : :. : : :: : : : R T Roche:: : : : :
and no'A ... ....., 175WI'S Hun.sea.
Into one% >011> 10 ra 120 00 9 of bile 164, Falatka. . E. Amanda -
the drovers cart and Jogged ot nw'A and nwat ..e.,48e. 10 11II 10 H W Motes ........ .. 1 WLot. .r. . . J 18 '
'er to the asylum, and It was only % 01 ..14 01 nwbk' 80 D.ge 079: II NH of w" 110* ft ot lot 3 talk 116. ,Q

8hnpkhl' sub tllY ot .... .. .... 111I > . : : Ora Scarborough 16
a that any attention was paid to his a and 6 10 18 1 000 GarvIn alatlea. whether it be
1
.... .... .... printing a
14 of .w\4\ .. ...... Pt of lot I, 'bk D. pag'. 191. bolt 168. our ; ,
mark.. returned . .
When the Gregg ton of Joe Evans tract .... 18'1 Palatka. 1.ua Orl. S 78
1 part Daniel Johnson '
d found out what bad happened theinner 6 hlk 6:1 .... .. ...... ......... 1 10 18 11i M K Marker f3un B 1-a and w 1-Sof'.34'iii lot 1: '
M 1 . .
b 1 10 16 % 1'1 10 L 8tanl.y. S 81
100 ; ': bile 148. Palatka. ,
r.IS: of n.\4 hk aa page .,..;. NSw '
went over to see his neighbor. Part 01 oe seVe' .. .. ....... .. 1 10 18 10 J pp ...., .. 187 Can 1-8 of ,aU of lot 4 <8t Joaeph L.

found him sitting on the back B.'A% of of nw'4 no'4 .. ..".. ... ... .. .. I I 10N 10 18! 40 10 J Rlahard T P.ndl.ton Bartlett ..... 181 Hall) bile m.-Palatka for 1907C lilt at Jc.e)'.. ph. .Aid. .Boal.. 116 large or small order.

irstep with lonesome look; on ills .e'A kk I page 19 .. .. 8.1 __
a port or .w% 01 .. .... I 10" ao J M 8mllh n 1-3 of sH ot lot 4 (lIt Jaaeph.
.. Aid
e. "110 Hall) bile 198 Palatka for 1101 Bt leseph 11I001.
Nsw 01b lt' ; ;; ddilion to .... .
Roberti iIlavIoI .... till
Ob, deacon, I: have com over to lay Lot 1 .... ..... ... t 10 18 Mr.-MaJor F M Ouem.oy NESI Let 6. bile 170, Palatka :. Robf'donea.. : : : : It
1'011"h.. began when the deacon Francis of no\4'o0 ae/. 10 N! 10 40 C 0 Mog.nalo .... .. I $1 Lets it and 13. bile J95. Paiatka. Willie 01'1.' .. 4 U Send
of ello :::::::::: S 10 a8 : Let 8 (Perkins. sub div) blkl/7. us a

pked up ,and 'carelessly :Interrupted N..14. 01 .e't wii'i.; ; so'i4.'Ilk' I p.... Ohlaolm ... ..,. .. 1911 Palatka. Alfred m Donald.on 08 ,
thl In .o car ... .... .1 10 18 0.Wm Dlv A and j{ of lot'3ltlir'S00:
....... .. .. ... ... .. 14115
81a .... ... .. .. IJI 10 1" N JI Unknown .. Palatka . . ., E.t L 8 8oarbor
ogKOno i It,. you go to thonderl"M.9UU! of gal o' .14 bk 61q e -- rou'b. . 101

). p..rt Wlio of e\4 /lees 1KM\! \10& to....Wlgs .". 10 10'TM 70 Eat W H wigs ... ... 111Wys Cen Palatka.1-S ot e 1-t.of .K ef bile 204. Benjamin Cannon 4 05 Trial Order.
'
aR.neY)%tor(lose I Oa da Wlgg & 70 Eat W H WI.II' .. .. 115 Zet 3, bile 116:Palatka .:: : : : : Est Young }
Th. Usual' Treatment. of le" .. .. .... ." "'" 10 10 a8 MOWatern .... ., 443W : U
Look at that boy!" I exclaimed O'R.lley.) for 1007. ::: ."". .. ".. 11 -10 18 an 10 M Mr. Jonnl. Allen .,.. t Nset All ef bile 321, Palatka Wm :ahaoBy .Co; .: 11 60

Bherlock Uolme, Been followniy % uf. [ .wu ... ..... ...... I: O" !Get 0 G Ba".on .. 111E Let 5. bik 845. Palatlca . . .
ease or nw'A .. .. .... I. 10 N 10 f UnknOwa .............. E 3-1 of lot 7, bile Palatka. "J r A.h .' ::. : : f U
own. of n.4 ... 10 N! :%: W 1-8 ef lot 7. bile 226. Palatka. Iwe.
% bk" j ; 'llI1 ...... I. .. .... ...... .
be,, archtn In pencil Part. 01 .0\4 Mae 10 III 10 Smit. .. .It Let I.htl'8'r.'p.tt1: and 1* or att ; .
now sketched of """""" 18 IHO J M '..r of ... G R .. F it R7 Co I 14
tile drawing roost wall. Now he N.% 01 .14 o r ...% .. .. ..... .. I' 10 III Unknown ........ .. .... t 11Nw4 Lets 4. I and 5, .nlk Palatka. 0 0 8 10 r sty Co C 55
rvod big Anod and %1184 ......: ,::: .. ... ..... :: ]10 0 IS N! I Jaoob.salsler. .. .. .. 116ew Lota If, 11, and .% 1471-. bile' 141. '-. :
name the ,
on. pIll no> 1iI\Io 01 a. sof 1 Dees U3 Palatk:a ; : rnaoo WIIII.m.. TO
gblnll lightly ho aptlled milk oil a aor on' :;: syabk awls bk 10 PSI. 10 Inge ;MLto1' ...... .. 113part Lot 16. bile? iVn'.p'nlatkii'. '. '. .'. Ted C..aelc . U rZ

uls 8ol7o' of .w 4 ... 1/1 111' III ........ .. .. IN4IiO bik 262, Palatka Samuel lexaander 1 I'
fauteuil. .. Unknown bile.n\lI\ '
Twin "a1
...... J..bik..Thom..... II 1. .BI'own ... .. 111 I. : I R I.>
In heaven's nIlDleJ'|'Tcrled. III IIlk I 'I 10 Howard >4I ka 'la'R.I<'lee ot'. 9 and
tat a : T 608 g. .. .. .. t 66 elks 1
Was .
bk S 87tYllri'
C.
% a a r itJ'
Calm yourself! my dear Watson," Part of ej or e 'bit 14 page 14 U 1 Howard Bin . .. 19 : 10) .5'Iii anj'ilf w;

Snuck !' Part of .14 :l.p. pegs 20 .. :: 10" 411 Unkaowa ... .. .. .. .. .170 All of of las .( L RUSSELL & VICKERtf
no need for interference-her. Do Lot S book . .. ...... _... .. -10 H All rt el III. :Palatka. H >T" {:yen:: .:: l'' 8:1:
n"4 "
Bto14 01 114 I..onatit Wllsa 1 [
.;." of aw%, A..U. VOD Lot 1. bik 219. Palatka. .
not undurstaud Tbat villa has Nwl4 ot nw".k fn awy4.p ..%" .1 1.. .. ... ....1In.U Let f aad 4. ilk 131, Palatka. Edward Brows. P 81
n rented furnished for the season"Iw D' nwand

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: c car lecturer points out lbs mile hilts tion city In 1870. June 18 being of New the The Meeting of Two -1

Is siittBflod with that unusual Jilts Snmuel J.TlIdeo
sign not opening
altitude ho need not go home without York and Thomas A. Ilendrlcks of Of Fate's Current

DENVER A : ,: MILE HIGH going higher. Let him take a train for DEMOCRATS IN DENVER I Indiana were named for president and .

Ibo famous Georgetown loop and beyond vice president Tllden. who was 1'0.1 Original

.. .. V ill to Silver Plume, which Is two ernor of New York, was a master ( ]

miles high? The trip is a' matter of tlclnn and bad planned bin campaignwith i A woman lay dying. No one 1\'a.

Scene 01 the Democratic Hustling Colorado City and only about three hours and Is es full of *> > marvelous ability Governor Hen.dilcks with fcer except her son, a boy Of ten

National Convention,July 7 I Its Mammoth Auditorium thrills as the fretful porcupine's exterior of Indiana was his chief oppo- year She looked at a shelf over ;

Is full of quills. Past gold Twentieth National Bryan and Johnson noiit IlendrltUs accepted the second fireplace and tried to speak. The bur

mines prodigiously rich the train' Candi on the ticket with some reluctance. knowing sue wished to speak of Cone!
the Leading pliiee
I TV climbs up the mountains, the track Convention of the I4TI' Tllden was elected In Novem. thing on the shelf, took up Venous al'o

winding around and up so that at I Party of Jefferson dates. Conventions boy according to the host knowledge! tides on It, at every one of which bli

Qonigetown It crosses over Ifaielf twice.In of the Past. amid belief of nil Democrats and many mother gave a negative sign till its

case two miles high, Is too low for on'aJacksononJuly Republicans, but a speclul commission came to a small lacquered box, It

satisfaction, there Is still higher climbIng 7. O,. Two-thirds "Old Hickory" And created to decide electoral contests which aha began to mutter. tie took

by rail. Tho road which climbs Little Giant. voted his opponent, Rutherford BHnyon down the box: went to the bedside, nut

Gray's peak, not far from Denver. Is Vote Needed to Secure eM "the of Ohio, Into time pivsldontln his ear close to her lips and tried to

ho: "hl he.t up" railway In the world.In Nomination. Tilden vs. hayes chair The electoral commission wm distinguish what she wished to sty to

n Klgzag fashion the train crawls JEFFERSON ma.le up of eight Republicans! and him. Bat he failed. The mother died

up the mountain wall until all around seven Democrats. The final vote on betore.sbe could make herself undo!

tbe amazed tourist lies perpetual snow ROBERTUS LOVE.ICopyrlKht Tlievonientlon of 1SS2. which opened the matters In contest was eight Republicans stood
By
and within his range of vision are 182 and In nnd Democrats After all was over and the
I 1110*. by Robertui Leva,) mimi' 1. was a battle royal for Hayes seven dead had
mountain peaks of the mighty Rocky the end another ilnik borne. Franklin" for Tlfdon. been laid away the little fellow closely
the Auditorium -
range. This high line Is something ,, IN new at Denver.fr Plorce of New Ilampili'ri-. was mimed III 1880 tbe Democrats met Juno 22 examined the lacquered) box. it was

now, having been In operation but two of Colora- for president The IfKhl ens between In Cincinnati Tlldeu declined a re- locked, and he bad no key to open I It
capital
I 1III STATE CAPITOL I seasons Tho altitude reached by this four It tea
d do.on the 7th of July Cass. nominated: nnd di-feiited nomination. General Wlnlleld S. Hancock Taking locksmith, he procured\
railway Is 14,000 feet, considerablymore twentieth years before und JitineH Iliuhnnan of of Pennsylvania named for a key and unlocked the box but found
The Denver Auditorium Is built for two and half miles. the national -
By RO3ERTUS LOVE.D than a Pennsjlvanln. 1.'llInllyI"'u! / was Jt empty.
generations, as Denver hopes to Ret Should further thrills be sought after convention of voted for on the Ililrty-lirth haunt by president and William II. English!: of The boy was left with
nothing
Copyright. 1908, by Hobertus Love] many more big conventions. It Is situ these the passenger may make Bone V V V tint Democratic par time Vlrglnlt ,I'oleftitliin 'vii'tilt' pendsted Indiana for vice presidentGrover was obliged to make his own sad<1

EN VER Is a mile aled In the biiHlnexs center of the city. day trip Into Ibo Royal gorge and re- V V ty will begin Irs In voting r'I' I he New I inttlnndcr' Cleveland or New York the The tow article of furniture living,

.. : > V high. This may The structure contains 4.I OO.OOO cable :urn. Another trip Is that Into the V work of nomlnntlng until on II>>' rniiv-nlnth lam lint nearly Drat Democwt elected preHlrtent since sold, realizing: only a few dollars were

be one renson feet of space and i N. lighted, by 5.0OO wonderful gold fields of Cripple Creek V candidates for pres. nil the other deltgmtos: BUMIIKJ over and 1850 and thus far the only nile was home had always been In the m,

r. why the delegates, sixteen: candle power electric lights and, their vicinity, which, In the language I V I Idpnt and vice president niunlnntcd, him. William It King of the presldentlnl nominee of the three nnd he sought an abiding! country.

it- #r, alternates and otli- Thrro million brick and I.BOO! tons of of an enthusIast Is "a one day ( of the United Alabama was named on fie!, necond conventions of 1884 In Chicago. 18S8 In work on a farm place and
n
.[ "i.J; ers attending the stnel wero used In tbe count ruction. Tbe trip: that bankrupts the English Ian. "States A two-thirds hnllot for via* piesldent. St. I.oul anti 1802 In Chicago his Farmer

..; Democratic national, 12.WK: Rents, are all opi-ni chairs, no Rimire., A night's ride from Denver V vote of tbe 1.003 the flnnllv broke running mate In HUH tins 'Iboma A. Simpson agreed to take htm.
"V In 1S.10( Democracy
lie to do chores
"., convention which ilicnp woollen nfTnlrR. and there Is is Glenwood Springs, the beautiful Watering delegates, or 072 from llnltlmorp nud met' In Clnclanutl HendilcltB. In 1883 Allen 11, Tbiirmnn was and such light!
away farm work as a boy of his
V meets there July 7 room for the placing of a considerable place. A similar distance Is therike's votes. will be re- on .luno 2Il1rlll nil of Prod of Ohio amid In 1802 Adlnl B Steven- age might
number, of extra chairs In the immense qulied to nominate. be able to 'do, such as feeding the
may expect a high [ Peak region with Colorado dent Tierce's ndmlnlHtriitlon James Comm or Illinois.
bull hen occasion calls for them. As In Republican national stock, milking the cows and weeding.Jle .
time. A tablet on n Springs Manltou Springs and the cog Buchanan hud leen nbKeut from the When the convention of 18110) met In
the side of a building ta exits, this hull boa the I re>>t of the road up Pike's Peak and tbe drive conventions o country as inlrlHler to neliind and Chlcitxo the l leading candidate was was permitted to go to school for
t'nlted Slnten gasping, for nlr ,WILliln niece majority Is a portion of each day, though this
In the Colorado through the astounding Garden of the thus had encnpcd the fierce conflict on Rli 1<-hind I', ninnd of 3I1 801ll'1. but William was
two minutes the entire bit liclimmgca a be fllclont. The Dem. for his employer's as well as his
en
forth Gods.
sets
V metropolis then
the slavery problem and the Incidental .1, Rrjaii" of NebraHkii. only
ZONATIVC J. Dt7Mf the interesting fact emptied of Its human throng. As toentllntlon. Denver Itself is about fifteen miles ocrats adopted tbe anarchy In Inn""s. Biuhnnan, Doug- thlitv-Rlx. years old delivered lu the benefit, for little Belle Simpson, seven

that the altitude at that point Is exactly \' the Denver Auditorium from the mountains, though the mar- two-thirds rule at las and Cass. were cnndldiitoa before coilM'illlon Ilia famous "doss of Rold" years old, was ,sent to school, and tin

one mile above sea level. Never before seems to mirpuss every known prude- velous'y clear atmosphere causes the ANDREW .7 ACKSO" their first national speech! and In the emmlng whirlwind boy was her protector over the two

bas a national political convention Caesar for It hns two great funs each stranger to Imagine tbat he can walk SILIIOOICTTB. convention, lIevenlyIN the convention Pierce' souitbt/ a re- of( euthiiHlimtn. lie was nominated forpresident miles between the farm and the school-

elected to bold Itself so high up In ten feet In ,diameter midway In the tl o tbe mountains and get back before six years ago ot nomination and received a Riibntnntlnl Arthur Sewall of Maine house.

the world, and never before bas such house to send cold air through time breakfast Gold and sliver are by no (be candidates for tbe presidential vote but his attitude In bavhift favored luinied for vice president. Bryacwim And so Benny Rengeralt grew up the
nan
a convention been held so far to the luliainp.'vi' there In an exhaust fan means the only products of Colorado. nomination nt Denver may be mentioned tbe repeal of the Missouri coinpKimlRerendereil ) reiiomlnotiKl 1 by acclnroatlou atKimmmsas protector of a child who came to be a

westward. In 1000 the Democratic national to ellmiua'e the foul air. Each fan has In the delightful little valleys and on William J. Bryan of Nebraska him a weaker candidate than lu 1IHK) with former Vice woman. Strange that her father should
coil or 13000 feet of to be filled John A. Johnson of \Minnesota, David Buchanan whose absence had been City ,
a pipe
convention met In Kansas City the plateaus around Denver one may In second place.At not have expected that the two would
President Stevenson
In slimmer with cold water. thus establishing I n. Francis of MlsHourl, George Gray lila political salvation Kurlinnau re :
that being until the present year .t"r.tb..t sea the prettiest of farms, agriculture the convention In St. Louis In pass from the friendship of childhood \
a cooling plant, and to be "f Delaware and Lewis S. Chnnlcr of eelved the nomination wills John C.
west" for all national mado and
possible
nominating icing profitable to tbo love of youth. In truth lie never
IUUI I of which Congressman Champ
; conventions. filled with steam In winter thus bent ;New York. The convention will be BI''cllm'IIA'p of Kentucky nA I lie vice ,
through Irrigation. realized that his daughter hud
Clark of Missouri l was pormnneulchalrnmu. groan
called to order Thomas form
Denver Is pardonably proud of Its lag the buildIng Denver Is at the Junction of the by Tnlflfart. preRldentliil candidate. Tbe pi to womanhood till after It was too
Judge Alton B. Parker or
hnlrmnn of national
distinction In securing this great convention The Denver promoters, however, do. South Platte river nnd Cherry creek. committee.The! Democratic adopted at this convention nipioedthe | New York was nominated for president late. Then when he begun to consMur

where will assemble 1.008 delegates Hiiro tliut the July climate IB so pleasantly Along the bunks and In tbe bed of course of the Pierce admliilxtratlonIn which one of the neighboring well
former Senator a to
first Democratic national with Henry
from all tbe statei and territo- cool that every delegate will be Cherry creek. right In the city, used to con repealing the \Missouri compromise do farmers' she would
sons take for
veltloil In Baltimore : Duvl of West Virginia as running a
ries to nominate candidate for the 'iblo to Rlt eOlll ortJlI.ILJu. tIme ball with be placer gold In paying quantities. opened May 21. nnd thus !Riving slavery a chance to
: S3.2[ : its. chief duty was the nomination Intrench Itself In the new territories, mate husband be discovered that she and

r ,. s-'__ V ---- _--V. For thnt matter, anybody In Denver, of a lice presidential I north of the southern line of Missouri' At the nineteen Democratic niitloini Ben were welded together They might
V
f.m w a today: may and, wash KO don out $1 to tno or $2 creek worth WHO of (PieBlilcnt Andrew .InrUxnn. conlUdnle'1 The convention of 1**<10() met, nl contention already held tiftepii IndlUduiila be parted but It would be like tearing

gold pan dust In a dny'R work. he l dixe of bin. Oral term, was KO unl- t(, C'lnrlexton.' .8, r, April 23 This was bate been unuied for tbo pri-sl: up two clinging plants by tbe root
Nevertheless be resolved to do so.
'-'- -"'-'--'-- -
"Is that so? exclaimed an excited :
V Bon was twenty-two yean old anti
: tourist who recently visited Denver
had accumulated nothing Indeed, lie
und beard tills fact casually tnentlon-
hud "never been paid anything to accumulate -
od "Why. I don't see anybody down
K lie was told to go, and then
there looking for gold Why don't yon
seemed nothing for him to do but get
V. folks tiilii- advantage. of your opportunities -
:. Vt V and{ pick up( gold If It Is lying work as a farm band wherever be
V ,iriiund loone?" might. Put lie had been an apt scholar

: V nnd was fairly well'educated. lie re-
'Ihp tufoiniant, a Denverlte, smiled >
-
4ortiy"Why. tllft a't solved to fo to the city and well I

g'f; business tlOII. When he IIrtedtromhl.
sltun
(
he replied!, "there's nobody '
,
.. told him hit
sweetheart she (
in I "'..,'er poor enough to hare to work
for (::2 n day, HO what's the use?" Rue would never marry unk-ss. at Borne

Colorado Is the only state In the Union future time she might marry him

nulclt him n preacher for governor. ,Five years pnssecl.. ,Den was rewlvtu.f -

rile Iov! Dr. Henry A. Buehtel, chan- : a small salary Neither be nor

, 'ollor!: of the ynlverslty of Denver, Is Belle had married but Tanner Simp-

the chief executive of the stnte. Another sou was as Inexorable as ever

Interesting political fact Is that Fate work. In strange (gtiunn.

onion vote In Colorado ou equal While all this was passing one of her

'2 V terms with men for any candidate, other currents was flowing on to meet

from the innn> who runs for justice of the one recorded One day a vernon

[ the pence to Ills fellow citizen who seeing a red flag before a house, entered

eeks the presidency, Never before and found an auction. She

hits n national convention met In a bought several knlckknacks including

state where the enthusiastic ladles In an lacquered box. It was coming

the galleries of time convention! ball pieces, anti abe secured It for 15 cenU.

..t 111I'ote) In November for or against Sonic mouths after this (purchase one

the candidates nominated at tbo con of Ben Hengeralt a friends called' bit

\volt lion. attention to a personal advertisement

Colorado Is called the Centennial which concerned him. It said that Ube

State 'because It was admitted tn the would call at a certain street nod

I'nlon III 1870> Just a hundred years number of a 'certain town he would

fiotn> the promulgation of the Declaration bear something to his advantage Ha

4 ; I > of Independence.{ It i Is. tbe most was naturally very much surprlw
mountainous of all the states
and by and went at once to tbe place dour
IV : fur the richest In mineral wealth. Denver
DENVER AUDITORIUM AND CHAIRMAN Dot8 V has. the largest smelting works In THOMAS TAGGART. lady.

the world but for nil Its furnaces It Is verRttlly. popul.ir with his party that the fI 'rl'I'nl Democratic convention tilt
ever "Are Bengtralt
dcrejOf Benjamin
a remarkably clean city with a pellucid no other nam Will considered for the held "hll'pl'y extension being the bone ,Ie"bo\ these six have been elect. asked."I you

atmosphere and no trace of coal presidency A resolution Indorsing of cOlltellllon. Stephen A. Douglas was Andrew successful cnndldates were "

smoke smut on tbe walls of the buildings Jackson In ahnut a bundled words w.sIbe by far the strongest presidential Jutknou, Martin Van Buren, am. .
prob box? point
.InuivH "Did that
K.: rolk. Franklin you ever aee ;
i ability. The Pierce James
only plntform a.lopledII.rtID\ convention voted fifty-
Denver has four high schools and Van Btirpn nt New Vork. Jackson's devon ballots without casting the necessary Buchiiiinn nnd inner Cleveland. Van Ing.
Ben box.
RII"'nl'OS looked at the
sixty-five graded schools and no l leas .iwn selection, was named for tbe vice two-thlrdu. vote for elected once and defeated
one man It..bt-
JOHN A. JOHNSON AND WILLIAM J. BRYAN, LEADING CANDIDATES than 180 churches As proof positive presidency Finally the convention adjourned to unie. Clc\ulnud was elected twice andilt'fi'mtttwj "No", he said. 1 never saw

FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION. that the town Is altogether up to Prior to ISM presidential candidates meet In Baltimore June 18. Before once Andrew Jackson was fore. t to
endeavorbif
t pieHldent She that he
two
date thn fact mav_ ba mentlnnml that were nominated by mass meetings adjournment several I terms but was tbe non> saw was
-- u southern
presidency' nnd the vice presidency of his coot on Instead of being compelled the public;; library; shortly la tlb; caucuses legislative resolutions and In withdrew, being, opposed to tbe Doug-slates lace of a n.itlonal convention only recall something and gave him memorr tin*

? the United States Thin will be the as at most conventions, to go "In housed In a Carnegie building. other nays not national In character Ins platform. The seceding, delegates oiue. Tllden was elected at the elec That quick springing plant
shirt sleeves" and with a hnndker- But the Auditorium tion and defeated by the had taken root In his brain, and whit
twentieth national nominating convention built primarily In the Baltimore convention nil the held n convention In Charleston' adopted electoral com .
thief under his collar. for the Democratic national conventionand states Missouri a platform mission Bryan has been seconds were being ticked ...lylt..11
of the historic pnrty, but tbe first except were represented for which they had defeated
, to meet In a city the site of which was Ignatius J. Dunn of Omaha Is tbe secondarily for all other big conventions by delelrB te.. Since' 1832 tbo Democratfl In the regular convention, then contended twice and Is now again the leading growing. It had been excited bf tM

a barren plateau when the Democratic man .selected by the Nebraska delega shows and spectacles which harp held quadrennial conventions adjourned to meet In Richmond the candIdate for the nomination. In 1004 box, which be had not seen for nenrlr

,, t party nominated in 1850 Its last suerenflful (lion to nominate William J. Brynn for are expected In the next two or three nnd eight of them. Including the first Monday In June On this date he was not an aspirant for the honor. twenty yean. Again It stood oa.tie*

- candidates) prior to tbe great the presidency. generations. Is built exclusively of Denver first, have met at 811 Itllllore. the seceding delegates met and I Helping the shelf ver.the fireplace. Then be .
again DurgUr
Out. lter.r.torta
political changes brought about by the Nothing In American life Is so Inter. funds. At President Jackson's Instance tbe adjourned to tbe 21st of June. Mean "John." site whispered his mother looking toward It,
eott 11 g. so"drnmntlc, so full of thrills "there's a to tell him something concernuf
civil nVarThe convention which named canil'lila tea while on tbe 18th the "reitulars" burglar 111 tlte
ns a nntlonnl political conventionDenver Finest Exarelse. for the election of 1SHO In Baltimore met drawing room He has It, her failure.
first settlements upon the land met May 20, and nominated just knocke'l
fully realizes this fact end has Tbe finest physical exercise Is play- Douglas against the pIano and hit belonged to at
now comprising the thriving city of I tS.13. nearly eighteen-months prior to for president and Benjamin Fltrput- Reverlll keys at ommce" "Yes, he sauL "It
Denver were made In 1807. 'Originally dutoimlned to supply the delcgntej.4nd: Jig on the floor as you did when In election .In)', thus. giving Martin Van rick of Alabama for vice Til BO clown" mother. When abe was dying ib*

V the place was called St. Charles, but I the thousand of visitors to tile '\Ton! blpplns. at>tat one or two. Try It. Biiren and HI'bllrllII.\ Johnson the FItzpatrick declined, and the president I said he. tried to tell me something about II.

_ a little later tbe name was changed In I mention of 1008 with an extra series of When you go borne tonight to the guld- nominees the longest campaign In the committee named herschel V. national "S.iJ!! lV'on't do> anything rash!" but her .voice failed her before ebl
. honor I thrills This being as stated the Brat history of America. In his Johnson Wby, 1 m going to help could do Where did get Itr,
of General James ,V. Denver, wife and balms shuck off your coat. This convention plnce. Some of the "regulars" him.oii don't so. you
.. territorial governor of Kansas which time that the Rocky mountain plateau vest and suspenders and heavy shoes. adopted, no platform Andrew Jackson bolted the Baltimore I the suppose be can remove "I bought It at an auction, IntenuW
, convention pinna
and ( from
has had the the
at that time Included the Colorado nntlonnl privilege of entertaining a Get Into your old slippers, let out a few was the Demociatlc platform The nominated for president .Iobn C. Breck- asslstancer-London' house without to use It fortrlnkets. But It .11 cea-
V body of such -
country. In tEll the city received Its world It importance links of your belt, make a barrel ot whole power of Jackson's administration Inrldge of Kentucky: and for vice prcs- Throne big to pieces, and I tried to glue Ittogethor.
Importance, bo
charter, and In 1808> tbe first railroad I may said- yourself and roll was exerted toward the election Ident Joseph Lane of I Failing In this I tried to t-
_ Denver to let roll roll. Laugh Oregon The
connection with the rest of the world proposes slip no opportimidly with the of Van Itnren In ordor to overthrow "seceders" sitting 10. AnMnglstritte.ylmat Omission. ten lUwlth nails. Under tbe banimmobig -
Kick Richmond
to to the rest of the youngsters. up your accepted
made. IB Denver has prove United John C. Calhoun, with whom this Is the revealed a f.lM
was forty years States that the city Is n pretty good feet And, best of all, let the, kids "oldhIckory" ticket nlfllluAt this cbarse It broke apart and
you
grown from next to nothing to undisputed had quarreled At time! bottom. Bee.! "
Chicago DoSgTbey
dance a cancan entire In 1804 the
on front
plnee to visit In tbe good old summer your Democratic Mtehed sud
me >>
greatness. American energy, the tlmp. from sternum to toes, from atlas to President Van Buren was renomlnnted convention which met Ang 20, a-Btenllng oranges yetvom'ship She took out the upper bottom

IL: precious metals and the Colorado ell There are, QiRt of all, the "Seeing beel, pound you on the liver, shake up In 1810 the convention meeting national ouly as It '\' north was whcn lf\slr"Ie-Dldn't\ I tell :you disclosed a small paper book "lib'

mate have made Denver the metropolis Denver" ear,. On these electric coacb- your plume, wake up your kidneys. May 0, as the unanimous choice of the ern states The eleven southorll states nll'tl1lnll yoU were here before not to .tesl number printed on, the cover. Sbt

of the Rocky mountain region and one ei the visitor observe under tbe give warning to pylorus squeeze out party Tbe convention refused to re- then In the Confederacy\ of courso I more Dogll&-No, yer worship opened It and showed him his nan
,
may ;
I of the most enviable cities In. the tutelage of a scholarly and humorous little vermiform appendix arouse duodenum nominate Vice President Johnson making were not represented General Oeorge lumon8.you saul nol to steal any more It was a savings bank book. Th'nr
world. It Is practically Impossible to la fact, no nomination for that B. McClellllu was but yer dhlo't It the u
lecturer with a megaphone most of the accelerate the three colons and named for the 1 about say II word were deposits ent.redII ,
__ pies.
discover who bovine office Nevertheless Van Ruren 1,1 nn.- h ornngos.-Lolltloo Orinhto I"
anybody once ... ,
sights of the city-the brand clean surprise the stomach. And there Is was --00" u" un" uiulot amid (!p irKe n _.__ having been made more than
Been Denver will speak 111 of tbe city. badly defeated In the election by William H. Pondleton "'
of
business section, tho wholenonio. happy tha gentle massage by little feet tram Ohio for the vice teen :years before. The aggrega"
t To most persons Denver and delight pling all over tbe Henry Harrison, while Johnson presidency IIU the Wide Aweks'FUujIlle.You accnmnl"
residential areas, the parks the state body!-New York second ballot The posits were 13.000. The
poll the same thing. was elected vice president by the Unit Platform t9lCf
t Press. pronounced the kllow Stocki Interest would amount to nearly
capitol building, the city's public 11. war n failure [ doa't-lou!
ed States
Denver and determination mightbe senate. The convention Tho loclor-YftI.
brary and the state library nod In His Critioism., of only time the city or New York Indeed. De IB now a as much more.
said to spoil the same thing, for the 1840 adopted a platform, the Brat ever eVer eotsl'lalDl d time of mine, patient .' "DoubU"your
fact Robert Fnddle-Prett7 "It Is she said.
everything to be expected In a Loula Stevenson once took an 1I11110nlli wIde :yours
hustling representatives of tbe Colorado adopted by any national tloo awaIts It
convention. was lu 181111 miji, Jln't saving
be!
modern city except slums." Denver has eccentric acquaintance of his to hear wben Ibo Doctol'-I should mother had long been
capital were so determined to secure It declared that the federal tbero euno'j say .e,
'V on the rain mtIJII
!government
Fourth
.. no slums. Sir Charles Hallo piny the piano at St. ot July' treating him for In.om- for you. I am clad to be the
ta
. this convention that they pledged one of limited powers, whlcD mated tur nlo.-Lonloa,
Visitors from tbo far eastern sections James' hall London. Sir Charles was should be Iweoldent U'ratlo f1 ,flllolJr- Tit-Bits, of It. return to you." .-
the- Democratic national cocamittes strictly construed
by all Koverllor
the ot > *
of the United States who may have a musician of the most correct and departments Now Tot'k sod fur vIce And so It was that the mothers
S100.000 to help defray convention expenses presIdent
become accustomed to severe British type Frank P. Blair or QuIte the tentlona carried out In BmiJJ?
looking though
upon a German AlLI.nurL I Contisry.very were
.
The convention!
and the money was In sight before of 1844 met !May 27 Ja 1S72: ,time The
_ by birth. Democracy most 5
After Sympathetic
western cities the tbe when the
the national committeemen could as resort of font- concert was over and nominated James K. Polk of Ten-I stltnted as thou fon. Friend-It must be perhaps they did
pads and other kinds of holdup men they walked as far as the Marble arch returned to the Brut love of : hard tll lose money st the Ben married his aweethesrt to..t l
Denver also
Jack Robinson. pledg- the roce.
say will discover that there are no dark neither having spoken. Arrived there, o.isHiie for president anti Sil.is Wright! I party, Baltimore, meeting in .??. Smith (a plungerj-nardl) II his find In busbies and Is now prosperous

- 1 I", i 'lIV4TIIIfl l i oj, .1 i ,,) I' 111!,: streets lu Denver where a footpad the friend stopped and delivered him of New York for vice pre-ddc.it. but venum July 0, and nOlUlnated| for the old chimp, It.s Ibo easiest Hang It, and happy _

Inn to lie called the Aui'.Itorlim may operate Perhaps In no other city self thus! "The manner of the elderly Wright refused to accept tbe nomina Brat and second offices In the laud two world-Londo/l Opinion, thing 10 the HELEN V. W**n.

c which Khould be tbe biggest of lt Ulinl of tbe nation Is electric light employedas statesman at the piano was somewhat tion. George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania Itepllhll"nn'l, 110race Greele of New

_ V' In the United States The city has fulfilled a permanent police force. Of course austere and chilling." And then they was placed on the ticket In bis York amid n. Grate Brown of Missoimrj There la 110 use ElectricIty From Humsn Body' ..,
that pledge, having put up a there walked oa. stead. Wright's refusal Timis anomalous situation 10 runnlnlr To set out and ether .
_ are living policemen, too, but the was becauseof Was brollgbt tlllie II the main That electricity, heat
splendid stone steel and brick structure city fathers of Denver some time ago \ pique at the.defeat of Van Buren. abollt by a prior Convention of "Lib- POlnt-La 1'011tall1e one and the same fluid 18 the .".mol

with a seating capacity larger put In operation a unique lighting system Taking No Chsnoes. who tried to break down the two. eral nepuhllranl" at ClnclllnltL led 811marck'i of Frederick Hovendon of tanaaaui$

______,Vr. than that of Madison Square Garden with a particular Intention toward A farmer who took much pride In thirds rule and secure a renomlnatlou ('lIrl 8"hllr.. Which nominated ( by The Inlxture Drink. also claim that every person e"

In New York. The Garden seats 12.- making robbery a difficult and perilous the look of his fattening pigs once for blnAelf. Polk was the first "dark and i I->"u'n. The only hope or def'nt lri'eiey pagne hh.of.dark beer anti cbam. electricity from the finger tiDe J ID oJ 4

133 to be exact while the Denver Auditorium 'pastime. Even the alleys are brilliantly purchased a pair from a neighbor. horse" nominee In our history He bad In lag 1.1..ldent Grunt for re-e'.Uol1' mnrck's favorite for a lone time Bl'* that he can! take moving V *0"

seats 12.500. This capacity lighted so that the crock finds Upon deirVery at the usual age of not been' mentioned for the presidential a combination ot the Democrat WItS of a mistake drink arT' the result tbe Proc.... T) do this) ne fills a IQoaJ9
tile end 00
2 Is far In excess of that .f the great little chance to operate. As a result of eight weeks they seemed to him rather nomination prior to the convention. elTfro.J r.lberat It&Pllblicanl, Who bud d... who the P a servant glass box: : with cigarette smoke DltJe4

Mormon tabernacle at Bait Lake City I tbe electric police force nocturnal rou- 'small. Lewis Case of Michigan was nornl- vIolently against time Grout a.l. 'into a .S SSkta10"1* cbampaene' with air The experimenter tnr""rf

the CUndnnat Music hall the Metropolitan herbs! and assaults are scarcely knownIn Eying them dubiously be remarked noted for president at the 1848 con yen. lion ministration. 'rbe Baltimore '"Tea- reed, been baIt that had .*- finger through a hole In the 0" ..
,i Opera House in New Tork Denver. dryly "Guess I had better keep tbe lion, with William O. Butler of Kentucky simply swalowea the drink filled with be.t- 'the are "1aJII
CIncinnati tickled the Sl... box and a powerful .
the Auditorium or tbe-CoUaeam:: In III'J J J.t .the..visitor..to w lJhe. 'jseelog" cat shut up for a f9w.days." a. the vice presidential candJ. and convention all product-tlcu.. platform Oel'1llan and the the palate ot the t great la turned on. The ether or electr\ wInunedlnately Ia.e.g .

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I Weather Iteport. LOCAL TIME! CAPO! No. 13. IN EFFECT APRIL
I L. A, ITutlbut. expects to leave Weak Women 14, 1908

[Springiarden Mi.for,. Mai.CroouufltoIyfernporutir. 'or. this week for ,a itny of several Dr..LpaiivTT.! -' $IAJ' N I I NE No. 78 I No. 98

"U:I 'I | for lbs W..k Olld. months In the noith-principally In I .. Dediy Daily ,
In.r"t... 7a.m.: I the I ---no vum --il-I) .'' ...O'. I--."T;:,,- Yf t.7"r: :::::: : 'fiB".u a IIri1' '
New frequently suffer and
I P. 81" .. England states. Mr. Hurl- great pain misery the | ,
during ,
20 8a' m lual in t i.uo .lus.. .. Lv C IC -
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21. lI'III""y.' ... 14 but finished m m's. U'Ill, ale Lv.::.:::::::::.:ItIV.1; l'nlntka..Ly'I :':: : :: a(I i pm:% H sun I
recently his Ifl
Seed = W. Monday.,.7. DO ui 7 Jf Li 7. shipping change of life. It is at thla time 'that the beneficial 1' 19 mIni' I'. I"n I IN........ ..... ..') ....' ................. 5 Ill ui 4 44 .10 _ _
!M. 55 1 52 711 late oranges of which he had about 5 25 pta I .113 pum I.e ,,,, ;. ', ,.. ... 0 30
liilniiUy. :! pn so
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t .,. Weiunmdn/r M h12,hIll. u ?5 85 18 800 ii) 10 pin: 'J .: I: ,' ::: ::: .r'-. o.i"-n:. ::.:::::::::i.e J:Ill 1'11: :55 in:
71 boxes nil of which were sold at i effect of taking Cardui is most J IC _
11II. appreciated those I .i.e I I I iu sam
:W. rnUJX-....... 713 M 78 good prices bjs : H 1)0) In\ : i1 I;oil:: i iv; ..,::::.Lv i13 4 put m sa: I

New Stock"Arrived. K.: D. WILLIAMS.18 73 Obiiirtmr.(
I -.----.---- n popular 1g;: .ini tO) I 3u1l:: 1 lv; :::::::'::':::'h1llnurliu.. ::, ::: ..Lv ml 44 5,5, 11 : sum
Has. Just.'B and talented vocal music Instructress 7(Ri 3uufl h. "h. I'lsrce. .;:.::.:. :Ly a ia sam p.n ,

."" "" of DeLabd"and; formerly of the :1:: sni sf1 10.111 004 pin: Ar..tt"i I. :::::.::..Fl; ,,'%O.J.'I::\ ':, ,,..::::::::::.Lv Lv S Ise r.o .sam,a ;04 21 pin p.o: _ _

7 85 .," II Ci .41,1. Ar..M 1..I..I.v. .OIl alO: '
Ii', Personal and faculty of John B. Stetson University ,., ..... .. .. am pm
Social '" tI000 n 7 III sun l.v MiamI .Ar 'C is atm
i who has been spending several 731 041 1mm .moao; :un Ar.::::: ::::::.lInoloui':::::::: ::: Lu2:g pm.:mm tIm:: pm pnm: '

I ."" "" "" "" "" "" weeks with her mother, Mrs. W. R.Suunders tmoopm_-==.,,,,,... Ar..lCluLdiisicu-v! !! I iluuk..Ly.. : : --"'.. ., '-0."':.:........ ttllOO am.D.II _
I ,.IIoop18".rtay. t'ui"ia, u tnt! 'l'hrmutny oll3' rrlllltd.yuud Bstrdsi.only. _
md Toilet Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Prior and their! loft-on Monday for the -=-

fine Stationery j iuteivstliiK children of Jacksonville. north where she expects to spend ItLATICAPMANCH- _ i iLeuv.

'. Articles..ound's i are here for IL two week VIMlt with the; balance of the summer vacation. .. EAST PALATKA' Arrive L..v. PA :-TKA TO AfiVS IP&Iutka

I S I Ming i Florence Newbold. The steamer Crescent resumed Us It Will Help You Ju 119(1. mon! :::=TO No PALATKt, fo-i Jinihy; ":::::'.,. Palalka tlOo "Sn, P"IMka 01141 sin =EAST= .-PALATKA 470uily.- :::::.:::: paiL'515 ;';- 1

weuk Miss from:Bessie A.visit.Neal returned last regular general run this week after undergoing en 0213 Un am ::::::;;;;::No:,: 44 tO :,:::: ;::::::::: : R nn em: J mm \\1I' IIui s.i:, ::::::: :: : 4 lii%) P::: :::::::::::: Ifl sum sum __________
Store A of / overhauling at the
Drug Q with frluiidn and relatives several In week Jack- ship yard of the Merrill & Stevens (Mrs. Lucinda .0. :Hill, of Freeland, 0., .writes 11 Ilium 4 am pm ion .Ne::: : : : tulhy..e:::: :::::::::::;..' g pin,ulum. 4 2tIm ii pn.: .:::::: :: : Mi 01 Oshly:: ::::::::::::. :It tO) pm pm506pm : I

: Crescent City, Fla. -f= Sony Il Ic.From OCT. In Jacksonville Mrs. Miller has I "Before I began to take Cardul, I suffered so badly 7 1311 pm: ::::::::::: ', am f: : :::::::::::..; : jon I'm:: 710' :pin:: :::::::: ::::: : 61 iLl, :ly..Rium'::::::'::::: pm:

the best Information ob. spent several thousand dollars ou I1 afraid to lie doWn -_ 8AN MAIBIJIIRtNCH -
( talnnble the Crescent, and as it floats''" today I was at night. !Lifter I began to f Leave PALATK.\ ....;.; M ArrIve
mm: m i"IIU'.mUJijJ: the Crescent EAST OAN 'rEO TO
,! \\iK:! :'jam City orange
stop prospects for the coming winter the steamer is as good aa a new boat .I take it :I i: felt better in week.: Now my pains have Pts: TO SAIf MATEO- \\Arrlvil-L. :o I EAST PALATKA Pi:: a30.m

are excellent. and Its return to its run Is hailed J gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and tho ....,.......1010. 19 jiiy;; ...::....::. ,; sin ......... ..No IICI Dall'........... i1 ;mR
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g wgg wvwQI with joy all along the river. The changeof .. /11I I im.ii'! -=<...... ;'! ., SIC I 11,01.. 00 '0

I; M. H. READ The prospeuts are Rood for a big Hen oil & Miller line business has life has nearly left me." Try Car ui. elo. IC No. 11 MAVI'OMT 1010.112 iCe. 54
crowd In ,1lJie..N.
Crescent City tomorrow. frown In volume during the pastyear Psily Dully 1 : I-- Daily Daily

REAL ESTATE. I. Ba sure and come to the big Fourth a fact that emphasizes AT ALL DRUG STORES I 1"11 uioi ;;;;; 1'k: ;;; ';.,;. l;:'JL.Nu In.o 500100'e ';;;;

of July bnrbcoue and banket planloPauTO nl..n !2 4(3( i 11m 11.\ ..1'1., He"l\h, \ I am alU pun _ _
popularity of Its present lit theJ ,. Un Jun 241i 1'"lliJO'I' I [ "m I v Allomtlr I 41:. o'lm Ii 86 sam C I. .pm -
.; Crescent City I Fla.EThe Smith and daughter, Miss mIUllIg 1I1ellt. 71Jm! lit,' !! \\U'bl1 :;",, ,t'Y.I'J' 4:. '1I lIam OlIO ,"u

Vlrgle, returned I lust Saturday froma Ito, 3 74o. i No.C No. 4 No. 9 No. 30Umlly
f.Hl1l" f. Tha committee recently uppolnte - ------- Dully" Or.,5.dy Ur.n'h iIiul'" 1IIiy I billy: Sanford ro..h, Dully'i'

Howe property-"Cresi- | pleasant two weeks visit with at a mass meeting of cltlxuns- open LAKE COMO I Judgment Was Confirmad! x.sun cx.: Sum.. :. __ __ _. 0. I' ,',.. e'u. Hun... mu. Kllnc ex.SilO.HO .
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relatives Louisville Ky., 900 nut l.v.1"e.. Suy\, ". 1" 'II...'I' SOO.m I.. TltuNvllleAr.1211O..m.
pm P'"
In t "-b 1 now on the mar- negotiations/ with the A. C. L. Railway Mlsn Alice WhiboHlde of Palntka I A certain old time Justice of the ii 2. pm 1080.m I... Luke 11010', .lv. '211 I n 4 .1\ .pun 3.1mm. 900 .UI Ar. Baurord Lv. 080 am
t. Oranges are still going north from officials with view to peace wishing to bring suit against a ate pta 10110&10 Lv. Orange "lIy I.v '220 I.m 'IO..m. ......... ..... ""....
a securing was the finest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .. ,
lmmun Ar, ., : 12 ... ....... .
i.B1l Q"i't14'.t! !'L.1"J..l''l-!
this place. Monday's boat carried Mitchell citizen consulted the statutes and ; === -
Partioular attention *:lven .o J a spur( trnclc Into Crescent City, ha over Sunday; .
J..n..I..n..I1R'I. C.i'.y r. 'C .v" ru leH 7V.bsiI lwmi.
'ft found that suit of such
character
touoent City property listed < out shipments from the Miller and received advice from that company HflsH Leila Prior of Jdcksonvllln |Is might bo brought before a ......Cb... .rl iii.r\'i' i'.Eij:1t.: ;I''h.n''IW.; I I ; :;; ; ; .-',.sins ...oy'b;. oaiected;;- .0 a-
\tliine. the McCormick & Hubbs groves. declining the proposition made by visiting: her old home here. Her any Justiceof h. an.1 d"r& frni his ,n'vevl .',Iim..,,., 1,1,1 I Iolr or.Iv',' ... ,leptr" ..Ire at tile tat,,eo
the peace."Well ..,.... for ,. delay, .
many friends are pleased to see her. Stat.I ootusrsutol Ior lIeu t .i.i.a.l" iuott' t.uhf tflioH.hite sin
Misses ha committee.
eee ee Susie Lou Walton aIuI.IAuti& This proposition In then" thought he, "I'll Just n. any o"n'"re ,trIig4i.r.fun. ._=- -._. .
J Bruce who had been guests brief, was that the town would fur Mr. and Mrs. J). lUybon and try the case myself" I/'or 0.."" nr I". Joc.t Ti'.;;( ",'" or UI i'r imrtu,lot. _ _
for some time of Miss fish daughter, Oradnll, have returned '.".. ..n.] 'I'UII'] 'rl'-'J .lrl' (
Jessie right-of-way and
II. Buion graded he iofiTiN
readyor Straightway made out a writ
from Jacksonville where thpy pent J.D. AHNE A slalant (10"1'111' '>",n. "lI't., sr. FLORIDA
:I:I: : : _
Spn.cer: ; returned to their homes In Pa.latka ( rails, which tho railway company several day,. against his adversary and signed it. __ T .. .

last week.Remember / was to lay. and when the road On the day set for trial the deteul1 ntappoRred' .
Dentist Ed. F. Sullivan vlu'lted! Jaclcsouvllle with counsel. Both gentle
lion. Samuel J. IIII- WHS completed the company was to recently. I

".. at Ilonldnnoe-on- Prospect StOL, burn, the eloquent Palatka lawyer, furnish Natlsfactory freight and pas- Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan la BulTer
nt City. Florida will\ deliver the Fourth of July ora- enger servicu. In order to pay for with a very severe carbuncle which "Why," demanded the justice! "do i

lon; In Crescent City tc.>-morrow. to part of the work the town expect delays them from going to North you deny that I am a justice of ell to 'Issue bonds. The refusal 01 port I,. I. "
The oration will be about noon. pence? BULLE'T I Nb
tho railroad officials, however puts D. E. Dusenberry met with a very The lawyer would not contest this -.
| t. Johns, River by Daylight.i The Musician Club will meet with painful accident, recently. While _
Rli end, to railroad talk III point but argued that such construction
present a -
Hiss Jlnleii Norton this (Frldny) afternoon out In hl In motor boat, his foot Blipped : Effective June ist, 1908. )_ _
()'resnont City and does not of the law was against all sense
bring
and
Miller line up wan caught in the whirling machinery -
i &
Beach at 8:30. The club has decided
the question of bonding, which lacerating-* Instep and and reason. COO: Mile\ State Family Ticket, $11.25.Good ]

.. (10 adjourn after this meeting Mould( have presented a much more small toe. and almost severing hIs A vigorous altercation ensued, and over the Atlantic. Coast Line In State of Florida
Steamer CiflSCINT.JBckOflYIIlI : for tho summer, but the members serious large toe. Up to the- present writIng then the judge remarked that not for :A'; for the head or dependent members of a family, limited -

will meet occasionally to keep up problem for consideration he l la resting ao comfortably as the world would be have two gentlemen "- for one year from date of sale.

-- their; choral practice. It Is very doubtful If the Consul utloi ran ba expected, but eiiHorinot\ couslderably. suppose him governed by any personal 1,000Mile Interchangeable I1ll1vlolllall'lcJu t ii

on Tuesday",Tnir dByiin of Florida would permit a inunlclmllty considerations "I will therefore I- $20.00.\
O. M. Booth of Jacksonville l laspending' '"
,,,May at S:30: a. m. for Union Cow, to ixsue bonds for such a pur. A party of Comdites 'Intend taking ," he added gracefully "render :A; Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines
,, cmoeut City and principal' Waj a couple of weeks vacation In the glorious fourth at Crescent -
Limited
>ose 'judgment, against myself and then In the Southeast aggregating :30.000_ miles. .
i" here and Is stopping at Crescent Inn. Olty. date .
appeal to the supreme court" for one year from of sale.
I:J i
log,teRvel Creiloent city on Wednw Mr. Booth Is with his friend' E. H. POMONA NEWS. Service were held In the M. K "But the mischief of It 'was" said e? 2,000 Mile Hrm Ticket, $40.00 Y,, ,

'1161" and 1IIonday.at1&. m. Prior, both being employed in the Jlr. and Mrs. church Sunday morning. Mrs. W the justice, relating the story afterward ,,, Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines tr
c. 11. Plplar have returned L. Gable led the
L
icuvlllo wbarf footot Laura Street same mercantile e establishment and from their weddlnltrip.. At both services Epworth Mrs.>e J."ifttmentliig. D. "that when my judgment got to ".- In the Southeast aggregating! 30.01)0) miles, for a manager '
bnoOH their the court it h or head of firma and employees limited to five but _
are taking vacation together. They visited Jacksonville, Savannah Mitchell and C. U. Sullivan supreme was unanimously
..wharf foot of Lemon *tin.. and other sang reaffirmed." ? gopd! for only one of snob persons at a time Limited
There was no preaching at the places of Interest.The beautiful duets I
; ,:'; for one_year from date of sale
-- Baptist church last Sunday and V. I. A. of Pomona will celebrate Tho, C,>O'a Tail. ,,'. J.j Cunts saved lu passage fares by purchasing local i

CLARK, Traffic, Manager, pending arrangements; for the call ofa the Fourth by a basket. picnic A iironiluciit cltlxrii'wna on trial "Not If It War My Boy. :I tickets from our agants. ::
III the afternoon, with a social time Some years ago the late Horace )
Jacksonville, Fla. permanent pastor the News IH informed reworks and dunce. lu the evening. cbni'Rml vltb Imr'ioi' big n vicious dog. Mann the eminent educator delivered )i!! Interchangeable tickets of Atlantlo Coast Line Issue !::
,
that there will be no regular TIn Attorney -for tint defense hudlcnucouviiHliii :; sold prior to June let will be Rood) on those Hues In 1t -
Miss MercedesKtown 'la nil address at the opening of some reformatory ( i. I'
Sunday worship at this church other taking ) n doespei't ami lind state of Florida June 1st and thereafter

[A. S.TORREY. than the SlInd Y.Bchool. oil's Has Krool store,(', place In_W. S. Middle- auniod that II' n tlej1101111/ lila tall up Institution-for boys, during Above books are on Halo at all Coupon Aaonolea

over Ills buck n Ucn lie barks' ho Is not which bo remarked that If only: one
frtaker and Embaliner. I Rev. W. A. Louder pastor of the Miss Leila Prior of Jnckboiivllle angry, willie If La lioljs ft straight out boy was saved from ruin It would pay ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R. .

; Volusla circuit, M. K. church south was In town Saturday.U. mbluj tilm ho: Is l.i, n hclllKcront. blood- for all the cost and care and labor of ....."- For further Information 'call on nearest AtlantloConse.

lIne of Caskets and OofflnS will preach at the Auditoilum next A. Flak, who for the last six hlisly fi-nmi of 11I111<1. Anxious to air establishing such an Institution aa that. -:1-: .. Line gnnt. Call on or wrltn to I"

hone Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. By weeks has been shipping pineapples its newly "I'c'iiiilicil, Information, the After the exercises bad closed In private -:;.-I FRANK C. BOYLSTON A. W. FKITOT ; ,'

ENT CITY FLORIDA that time Mr. Louder will be able to at Ankona, Flu.t returned home Bat- lawyer 1); gin: crosi questioning the conversation a gentleman rallied Traveling FOPS. Agent Division Pass Agunt

enlighten the people regarding the urday. proKccnllnitlluena Inns: Mr. Mann upon his statement and said tstI JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Miss Mamie Morrison la at home ")Iow.; did you nutleu the position lu to him
exact status of the plans for the new I : __

(went City Transfer Co., Methodist-church In this place. fur the school summer the fall.She.will-- return toher which nt tills you dox's?" tall wna bold when became ;you"Did said you that not all color that that expense a little and when labor 1' 9' ,

illtrans! afCtOBOint City Junc- The rains of the past week. have !Mia. Melton of Miami la In town "I did not." mild the "itnes,, "for would be repaid If It only saved --- '

accomplished mi Immense amount Islrlnir her I"rellts., Mr-and Mrs. lint was not tho end from which I one boy?"

[ Night trains by appointment. of good In this section. The groves MartiTrrMlsa ; mtlclpnted Injury. I bud another end "Not If it wore my boy," was the Our Onlv Place of Business
S. M. LABEEE. Manager. In vlc\v. Now; If tile dog' lind been a
needed the rain badly, and .are now Harriet Jeffries will spend a hOl'llel"1'0 solemn and convincing reply. ., .

----- howlng I lie benefit. The rain of few davit this' week with Mm. P. M. '" levity- fir!" tlniinlpr<;J the attor A CONTENTED WOUANa ia at address below where we carry in stock a large supply) of

YIlRRISj last Friday afteinooa alone accord- Vorcester.W. noy.WO"'L' tlic qupstlon. In what always found In tbe same house with, Engines, Boilers,1 Saw Mill, Edgers, Planers, Shingle Machines,

log to Capt. LaBree, raised the waer S. Middleton baa purchased position \vui 1 HIP (log...- toll when ho Mallard's Snow Liniment. It keeps I Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery, Saws, Belting and

- Barber In Luke Stella more than two oden.Mra. Krwtn'a" estate, known aa "Hal- clinic/ n t yon 7" every member of the family free from I Supplies Write us.what you want, we can supply you and save you

nches. "I bclluvc sir," faltered the terrified aches and pains It heals outs, burns and I monoy.

.i CRESCENT CITY. There was a large congregation In !Mra. N. E. Tlplnr will start for the witness, "that It was behind him."- icalda and cures rheumatism, neuralgia,
north next week to spend a few Chicago Newa. lumbago and all muscular soreness and
"' attendance at the special Children'say months with friends.WEL.AKA stiffness z5o tOo and $1.00 .a bottle. Malsby Co.

n shop and a clean, atl fll"- services at the Presbyterian Hold: by Aokermo.n-Htewa.rt Drug Co.
have and Hair Cut Runraa- when Th. King's Cook Crower.
huVcli last Sunday night, a NEWS NOTES.Mr. .
-t Try me. rooiu- In the Kood old time there was on 41 S. Forsyth St.
of songs and Grant and Religion.
pretty program and Mrs W. E. Tidings of Slier English? court ofllclnl known as tlia
| awl ions by the children of the Sunday HprlnRS/ spent several clays here ilns'i cock crowor. It seems a strange Grant's respoct for religion \vni Atlanta Ga.
na Private Jlospltnl quite consistent with Ills blgh 1II<>I'ulAttl'lblltes.
school was given under direction of I Inst week. vlsHlnrelOotlves.! illoo. Why did-the king require cock ,
It hna been
most truly said
Sanitarium. Superintendent Fred Andersen. W. H. Mklclleton of Pomona was Intownl rower, and wily could not time common (if him that hu's... never profane; or

Srnolllty? tronlmontW Rev. J. C. Dorward, for the past 16 last Wednesday. barn door v l'letyserve his m Jeaty's "'11 IglI r. ills. frlcMulH and Intliuutus vau

ut iiiuiltunl for the nil.I proper iiirglitnl I ull iw.hi lonths pastor of the PI'IIsb'terlancuureh. A. O. Hlncook took n picnic party pnt'p0807 due reason, an you shall see boar ample testimony to tills commendable Mewl* -
I .pu..o"t..ln,1, numoii, qulatllllHU. vns that tile barn door variety cannot "1'11 toll you how Inm savIng money '
to Fort Gates his
tO will terminate his pastorate np on pretty ir>soene Port of hU private' character Hemil
HpOlUlll lltt.Mltl glVOIl yacht the "Klnur J.o'lsher.l'all: be depended upon' for times and hours so that I cnn entertain friends at din.
.. W Ma. Serious
Eitit.' Terni on application. No. ext Sunday, when, If well enough, proiuI.iod mother never to Utter Very
,. ) met IL very pleasant time. and lio baa never been persuaded, to ob- Marie sold to her
an oat Ii nnd had bin nor n stenographer
(:. 'lig'I'J:1::: H. )IuiWI.. he will pruaoh at both the morning Lent. this rnlilifully kept
Nerve Now. was a pious cua-
Ph".lul..ln" Ohl"I1', Mrs. Geo. E. McLaughlln.aftwr word. lie could be eiupliutlu enough In chum as they soured upward In an of- It is a very serious matter to aok

aOl.ev"hIK\ hour. Mr. Dorwardwas lending two very pleasant weeks tom and a religIous duty. All through hIs conversation, tile. orders and Ill" flee elovator. "\J"liencvcr I am Invitedto for one medicine and have the _
111 last.8und and unable to siting her diinght-er Mra. W. A. I.ent the klng'a cock crowor crowed
writing to make callus of any kind en- dine out' :and do not have to for wrong one given you. For this
want CoijlDnnk6ur left last thelHydlt pay
you a old service. It U expected thatMr. irewster Wednesday on instead of calling the hours of tbo night .
Line for Brklprewuter, N. 0., III the palace. lie began on Ash truly unnecessary. No one who .kllewtho my own dinner I put the amount I reason we urge you in buying
will leave for
dealer for- and Mrs. Dorward man would venture ,
where she will spend the summer.Mr. "'edllca north In short time. stoiy In his presence., On one oceaalon '
the a H. E. Wnld and. her charming wasBerved sho with the
I III whlcluthe kllis's supper ever. continued particularly -
tied Soda C. Q. Cooper Jr., late general agent daughter, Miss Huatrloe. of Crescent nOt! then crowed tho hour In tho presnce crier n dinner a Knout, In venturing aitaiicrdote pleasant (pnr that ,sometime pie- BLACKDRAUGHTLiver '-

ot the Clyde Steamship line In Jacksonville City are spending u few days. Int"wn (' of the royal party. The meaning asked In a fill 0\11 way If any codes a scratch "(bat pilln'on't do _
I
theICity ladies were withIn ln-nrlng. The
fey as the almost of Mrs. J. V. general -
spent several days hereurlng Ward. of the custom Is obvious. It was only I. then president of the United you any good will It, dear for yon MedicineThe

Bottling; Works. week, a guest at one of the many ways In which the never are luvlted out, are you V New / of
the this old reliable
past Thn Whist club was entertained States' simply replli-il.! "No, but. there reputation
Ivor Grove Hall. It in stated on reliable lost Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. John history of the* Christian religion was lire aome gentlemen preont" and I York Tlmesr I medicine for constipation indigestion

/?-Cool, Refreshing, authority that Mr. Cooper's visit was Dallow at their handsome home on brought borne to the minds of people hawed bin readiness to leave the and liver trouble, is firm _
before the rending of the gospel In the established. It does not imitate
Palmetto street. All spent a pleas- ly
of
it oom.-Dr. Shrndy In Century. STARVED TO DEATH
ptiug. You can get of lIeKothLtlnltor
for tho purpose lImit evening. The' colors for the next "ernnculnr. The office was continued I other medicines. It Ie better than
pcul grocer. If not, send the purchase of the Beach & Mlllor wo weeks were won by Mrs. J. V. down to the year 1822.-London Queen. Heavy impure blood makes a muddy, la what could truthfully be said of many. others or it would not be the favorite

line together with Its property Inter- 'ard and Walter Sweeney. pimply complexion headaches uuusen, chllolreo'ho die. They have worms, liver powder,with a larger
!0 i US.5Y indigestion. Thin blood rua'
ea TO'i thln sale than all others combined.
little don't know
It"u,1
a
-they
"
ests at this place, and that he Is beIng Henry )Miller, Jr.. spent several "Tha Oraat.it Wldowar." weak pale. sickly. But-dnok Blood BIt- poor '
dou'd realize It. If child SOLD IN TOWN Ft
you
your
SCHOOP, Pro backed_ by New York parties. days In PaUtkn the past week.A. This l la said to be the title of a genu- iere makes the blood lich, red, pure- ls oross. pastyoomplexloned and -_ _

Palatka, Florida. F.'S. Cone Informs the News that O. Hlsuock l la Jaoksoiivllle on Inc essay evolved some years ago by a restores perfect health loses weight for no apparent reason,

with the luslnesa. boy In a Welsh board school: give White's Cream Vermifuge you ----- -- -.
he has been corresponding VIII. the "Donr I only play poker for fun." he surprised the results and how
"King Henry was greatest "vrlll at Collo. CholcmNemrf and _
WKI DIfrt Chamberlain's
the A OOLDBK >
Notice] view of securing mu pastor for widower that ever lived. lie wna bornt "But you bet don't you?" quick It nicks up Sold by Aohorman- biarrhoeu. : : ltemeiy,
of that a 'nun and wife have livedto I II ,,lhk Duy II DO... it may,save III.
[ill lxt rnonlveil bv CliO Roni'4 ofpjiniulHHlomtrii Presbyterian church, the pulpit meanS have Anno Domini In the year 1000. He "Well, there wouldn't h(' miy fun >Stewart:! Drug Go.
of Piitiinm I nuLlity' I which will\ be vacant after next Sunny a good, old age and consequently tad CIO wives besides children. The wtttmp n hulls hettlnu' ,I..h .. .. f
pott niKittliiK I 'II. liON, for kept; healthy. The best way to keep .
ftwu miliM:: or grIr.,3':: :: ut rtrituiim, I owing to tbe resignation of Rev. healthy Is to see that your liver does its first was beheaded and executed. Till -- --- -

(l 10' or which eon lx noon withUmtrK Mr. Cone Hiatus tat( outof3li6. The only econd was revoked. She never"am I led
Wayto
atlB(
Dorward. duty : days
C.
| _j' J. Hnuorif, Put mini Hall, .
V '1'. Jovnur, 01111.l'IR.. I Minister in "MOhMChiiselU een s I do this Is to keep J<..lJlLc frit rowrvui tho rlilln to rujeut nny.TOHKPIt ono of II field In tho house and take It whenever your would he found on her heart after her
with the prospects(
loused Iver gets laiiutlvo. COo per bottle, i-atli. Tile greatest In reign
ninii this
: PRtCB < 'rk.
: !! he
and! I Unit
work In 1 Florida, I AokerniHii-Hti'witrli Drug Co.
of Ko'd by Will Lord Sir Onrret AVoluey. He :eves!

Sacks Wanted. lopes t to be abiuin ,iiiKilln-r wi-i-k to A Point cf Re.ombl nca. air nnniod the Roy Dnchelor. lie wns

1413 VS COlOPt ill ig morn cl<'Hntt'1, I I' t<> (1\lI-_ dune-lug. The niuslo WAd >oiu nt the II:{o of 13, unmarried.
were
Irchlt' von' iwt, r. ( wt coi- They '
I I hull mid :.iniaiK nelv k. If ItjicllMoii n UIICl'- r"lC"rdlnll'; I hie 11I'11I. cavouly.. The swish of her sIlken l1..nry1ft.. wax micconded on the
Ward 1'1"hl\hly held throne l toy fyU grent-gi-niuliuotber the i
< BBV. O. 11. | skirts was delightful. The fragrance

PALA'\'I\ fun FIUBSCRIDE "" ""'. servIces Ht (he Ki l'l Uun'iil| church or r the roiiou upon her bosom was al- Jieiiutlful? ni!!ij_ nccompllHbud Mary :

II.t Sunday morning for th" lost. lont I Intuxli'illlug."Ah. noon of "Bcotn, aiunptlnies known as .
i PAIR OF
bin time Lady of tho Luke!
Into
FOR THE: tllllft until felt BH It U nlv" out that ." she said looking up .:.
'
remind -- -- --
to 'ace end inlllnir sweetly, "yon BURT & PACKARD
Ward I x1et
oth h" and Mrs. !" C'm-Mii: Is reputed to hive been
IDA U3ON! I of one of Whitman's (poems
1EiES.
leave noon for t h" north uti an ex- me A sudden dlzzlnesa seemed to seize ,vortlr (reckoning/ In our money *:2Q.UO.OCOfullai .. KORRECT SHAPE SHOES

ha Or sat State Paper -ruled vacation. This faithful ['lIa. him It woe aa If he wore floating ) the snuio.: Lpntuliid 21.
not been IXMXin, Betiucnr the Ihlloso\pher, $10- FOR MEN
!try Aim BOKOAV nOnMONTfl for and hi* KOO< wife have long In a dream. When be could |

f o.'h..81.r......no Month,MX WOOjemlWceWy MoiliB" W.00f mob Klvellto taking vacation, and catch lila& breath to speak be asked: ixiooft Iu.'r) l.v) iHUinrua. left, after bplna n henry OUR GUARANTEE Will fit you as well the first I
war. W.uoo.OOO.
vr
that theyumi see their wuylona "Which one?" Thl label t r.mmrKwunmce ilay you wear them as most ,,
Times-Union and now friend ii u1\,,-, mid' !" she replied. "Tbe :'l1e'IIR. tiir] fatuous: king was worth 5_' '-_ r_JfcirVi'BURRDJAPS_ and our shoes da after a week's break.
one
liatunf "Oh, any ,
farmer and fruit Grower. their ciimii'unlo'U'H: rT IW feet aa all mixed up( In all of them." j.Of'1.1 OO ____ ._. _. ____ i promlne oattnt that or I lIthe dullBurrojutM ing in. Read the Guarantee.
.1., hosewinter a'. 'tNr? ** It does away with pur
.
luu* of AvrlQuluiral and Cltruif Prulu,.*, Uv. ottered throughout thn, imriiir-who, I A MrLLtONAtBm' BaY TRY THIS FOR DESSERT: pent (In Korr.ct chaser's risk. in buying F" i,
*c. Tbe Shape Shot*hr Mk throiiffh before th.Bmt
IwGpup..th.luopsruaE "will -llmilly xl'r..uthe |- I the highest priced b by patent leather shoes J5 B5PIFearnside ( ,
I 14111 I. your luDMrlpllaa.MimeBUalonJacksoailllt. read these !UiiB "tl nIAd by TituMulxi'' ono: l44u'k''l"' ; orwl| ,- Hnv I lhi.mli>'>. i":iy h ii v<" ahHUy peolallst could not bn cured of stomach 'I I : I;, It i: l inll; |lliiit' e iiX'r. Whon' .. PACKARD" FIELD .
/ "nn""h..t
fit.l hop ... ,' t'alfl.Lhi, I _
their ,,V bowel trouble any qulckAr or .rl'rth"o 1111 ly lluhliKlUtnuonrup Brs.kIoaMsa.. .
and profitable rest from your buoy 11 you give It MIO.'sBabr UOIIM.WUIIIIH'! t hi: Ipo eli';iiiilttiiil t.iK:,Lliur sIC tnoruimhly t.'nluhuiHI; : l,4,1.1Ul.iiudiinr _

.. abort. and COIIIB back greatly reo : Elixir. Cures dlnrrhiM, dyaentery II Into .n .,,oil' or bowl. W li.m "001, It ....'
It they have oar- ..ntii ot the atomaoh wIth J lllfy and mity hn M.rv"illttt Whipped
l- D-Second Hand baa;* anti freKIII t1 for the Wol anti aU deranKum : or any good pndtllnfl NMtir Lemon St.
hny kind any quantity anjf" ned ou It) faithfully for nearly > or bowels. Price 15 cents and BO cents. Tha JBLL-O uonta liw p.r piu-knan and can Clothing Company Palatka. Flat
> pay frelglit. KlOHMOKD Sold bj Ackarmaa-atewart Drug Co b>QUtaload at any good tfrouar!. .

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THE FOURTH) TA MoneySaving. Sale. County Clerk-elect Hutohlnson Is To Parents and Physicians. .
The Palatka News
In'the city today Warning t
The big of the Fearnslde
space
IN PALATKA. Clothing company on the first page shaking W. S. Middleton hands with of his Pomona friends wits In i I The News gladly give place to the !
n ;
of this paper is given over thin weekto I subjoined warning l'ugarohlJlourtb/ I Bargains'in PaBaika.I
the announcement by that firm .... the city yesterday.The acoidunts treat r
Some Fast Baseball Games at the Oem TheatreIn mans lyIt lbetlofilont
of Its annual Mld-I:>ummn ( program is from the rr
Promised-Also Fireworks. on clothing/ and straw Jut13I'hn1e $ City Happenings and $ the Boytl block Inst night was one State Board of Health r

out as announced U \95 per cent-onfquarterut of the finest moving picture shows 'l'hsl"ourth of July drawing near

J morrow Palatka and will celebrate.remain at home Aa the to the regular price of the-. $ Personal mention. $ ever given lu this city The day when people celebrate. I Farm or Town Property

Fourth comes on I Saturday: the stores goods. I'ts a big thing to do and -_. S. S. Qreem of Fruitland Is In the While celebrating they sometimes ,
th total
sacrifice of
means
+ will keep open a part of tli. day. profit. F. J. O'Haraof Jacksonville was a Ureen hat bueu hherefor sustain Injuiies. rr
Of course the stock Is not so large health for sometime and Is And this In a more frequent occur-
To do otherwise would cause public guest at the Arlington on Wednes Timber Lands for Sale
ns early In the for the Fearnslda '
-
season Lease.
Inconvenience. But She clay will be day. the purpose of medical consultation.IU. race than we usually suppose. or i
.
dupe buslnes in
company a big lu 1UUU there WITH 4,449 lujuiius
largely given over to ,lay. every week day In the year snit the U. Hartley and family urn upend. Rov. Edwin Gardner Wotd. S. the United State received In celebrating. _
Baseball will be the chief attrac has be"lIlio T. I)., Bishop of Florida, will arrive '-
present season Amelia
exception. log/ a time Fernnndhia and Of these ,MO( died -- (
tion and If the weather Is fair It la But the stock Ib large enough to afford beach. in the city this morning and llte the both
doubtful If the grand stand Is able ample opportunity for. choice guest for n day or two of Rev and Ten persons lost eyes.
ja to hold more than a small part of selection of seasonable suits Robert Jeffords of Miami spend a Mrs. William Wyllie At Sr. Marks Heveiity-flve I'er"ollsluat one eye.
? these who will attend. There Is a fine line of summer wash few dais In the city thl* week with rectory. This afternoon there will Fifty-four lost u leg or from all arm.Injuiies H. A. OR I

It Falatka ban the beat amateur base suits, together with a really elegant home folks. be service at 8t Mark, at which It Lockjaw, resulting I I

ball club In Florida. That la Buying assortment of tropical worsteds and Win. S. Fry, the popular jowoUr. Is expected that the bishop will I. caused Now lockjaw 4DU( deaths U preventable disease. ,
a good deal but It la said deliberate i
ly and goes.Tomorrow. serge suitings made In the helghth of has just had the front of his store redecorated preach. It cannot.bu cured, bus It can _
fashion and hand tailored !
by such .
with fresh
paint.J.
Ruv. L. B. requests the
Lynn be prevented.
there will be two K..rne I
firms as A. H. Klrsuhbaum & Co.
with Orlando strong aggregation and I chlo08: Bros who are leaders In M. Kelly of Hollistor was News to state that the Sacrament of I It is technically called tetanus, nndIn : Real Estate,
the Lord's will bo celebrated due to the letanilH bacillus.Thin r i
of players-and the guinea will be men's among the popular Iellore In tho Supper
high suitings.
well worth seeing. grade city yesterday.Misses at the 11 o'clock service at the Pres I germ, oT microbe Is found
The first game will be at 10 a. in. months With of three hot and weather possibly before four us,,, byterian church next Sunday morn normally In the Intestine of thu horse, is Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.

and the second game at 8:00: p. in. this offer of the Foarnslde Margaret and Josephine ing. A.preparatory service will be and frequently In Flux cow Hence i
Villon and Merrill will constitute companywill i Bard of Norwalk were pleasant visitors held at the church this (Friday; ) street dirt lOud the dh.t. about barns i
Falatka'a battery In the morning and come will as a add real materially help to many to people the In the city on Monday. evening at 7:110: to which nil are cordially and stables Is specially liable to r National Surety Company

and that for the afternoon will b" popularity of this up-to-date estab- lion 8. J. Hllburn has been 1 In, Invited. I leave the tetanus Imclllua prnHt-nt. i
Kanta and Merrill. H. F. Leeks !Uxhtnent. Tallahassee a part of the present On Monday evening, Kmest D.Holoomb : When a wound in sustained. though
p will be the umpire. It should be remembered hat( all week with business before the supreme Rave a watermelon party It iiiuy be small. It the tetanus biiuu- of New York.
4 The Mews can safely say to In straw and Panama hats are Included court. at his hospitable home on Kirby hue gains entrivnuo, it begins to grow; i
readers In the county that they will In this dlecounteale. street In honor of his birthday anniversary and elaborate a toxin.
enjoy the day In Palatkn. They Miss IoUeVell..r returned her and there was.large. gather The wound may get well while I
will see baseball that Is an flint as Free Piano Recital. home In St. Petersburg on Monday, of friends. were In this Is going on, and little more U I
lug Many
most of the professional teams hand after a visit with her aunt Mrs. E. games of It till lockjaw supervene. ?MMsaaaaaaaaa9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa4tkl nil
.r out. Lovers of music have a treat In V. Urooms. order during the evening, watermel- thought; late *! !! 1M
Then It Is eternally too
Ions were paten an.IB pleasant 1 time
r store for them next Monday night,
In the evening there will bo Tim time to lockjaw U -- '" ,
many when Signor Carlo More director of The Home Mission Society nf St. In general resulted. At a late hour prevent -
pretty Illuminations of fire works music at Sutherland college, will James J\I. E. church, will meet withMra. the jolly party dispersed, wishing Mr, when thu Injury I first sustained.
Come you will enjoy the nation'sbirthday new Arthur Merryday, on Monday, Holoomb many happy returns of the : All dirty wounds should be I thoroughly |
In Palatka, and the puuple HowellrTheater SienoraMoro July Btb, at 4 o'clock.C. cleaned first of all. Then a
of this city will enjoy having you 1: has day.Capt. I dose of antiletaulo serum ( tetr.nu.alii m The
here. the reputation an artist of exceptionable O. Alvers of Slnoo:: the well M. R. Byan whose big/ downtown !I-toxin ) should be given. Only Complete Line I
ability and should attract A
known cud
turpentine timber operator furniture store Is always stock to wound
crowded house II is coming Is In th a was a vllltor lu the city Tuesdayand ed with all that's best In house furnishing This applies especially barnynrd
Swimming Pool contaminated with street
)' Opening. Interest of l Sutherland: college of Wednesday.Rowton's goods, looks among the best dirt and those due to toy pistols uudfirearms. i of Furniture and House I Im !
Mrs. M. n. Jacobson of the Barn- I which Uev. Dr. J. P. Hllburn, formerly Palatka headquarters forplltl'lotiem of Palatka'a substantial bus In 1UOU) three hundred mulsixtythree
; of this Is the Press
toga hotel expects to open the magnificent city. president, of the men over the paving and sidewalk of the four hundred tied ,
i
swimming pool on I the lot during Dr. Hilburn the recital will also will be take present time and to( variety Is doing a land slss-ss-zlp-boom ofllce business -n Improvements. now under way Mix deaths from tetanus wars due t
t day next afternoon.north of the This hotel pool, next Is'rhuis.large tell the audience about the advantages works.today In Fourth of July fire Captain pleusiitwith Ryan the l recent. especially order of well the wounds These directions caused by have blank been cartridge carded i City. j

and at one place has a depth of 6 of Sutherland place for the council for a 10-foot granolithic walk .
11)03. Theresuits
It feet 6 Inches, and at another place, education of our young people Dr. Ueo. W. Otterson an old 1 and well the.full length of Lemon street on out mote have/ or been less since )reduction of '31 D 213-213-217 I Ii
I separate for children, a depth of 8 Hllburn is expected In the city tomorrow known citizen of the county. now residing both sides. a great C t
feet. The pool will be kept filled evening and will be th e at Long Station was a business the death rate from lockjaw. | ap ili. Y l Ryan Lemon Strert, i
and l
death
there 40(1
In 1U03) were ( i
A card Strung
with pure flowing water at the prop guest for two or three days of hid visitor In the city last Wednes on City Attorney Palatko,Hi
in 11107) 71! deaths from this dis
er temperature for enjoyment and brother,, Hon. S. J. Hllburn. door states that he will return about only aaaa'ac
there will be dressluv rooms.' The day.There July 1st. That's' now, but at this coca Feleastletsee6Q+A"sE8et0EliEete6tErie6tEfFF.EEeeeeefE4tdi

pool IB cemented at the bottom and Ike Business Closed. will be a special meeting for writing Thursday morning, July 2''.. .. .
the Installation of offioeis of PythianiSisteis Henry Strung, Esq., Is still missing. -- -- -- -
on the .Idea.It Last Friday Sheriff Howell took For a mild, easy notion of the bowels
Is really an Ideal place for enjoyment possession of the stock of the !. M. at Castle Hall on Tuesday Hut he can be exous d. He's bee a sluElo dose ot Doau'a Ilegulets f
:
and'ullle8e the News U Meyer on a writ of attachment evening, July 71 h. All members arrequested .e making merry; Mr Strung Is a Yale enough Treatment habitual ALL
very company cures
much mistaken will Rued the :Ed. V. Price to attend. graduate-class of '88-:and he has "OJ.lIpotlcn. KM" !:
prove popularresort out by tau! a box. Ask :your drug( O. : :
for Palatka people. The traveling Co., of Chicago and to satisfy a Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Curtis, with been attending his clues reunion and "lilt tar them. 0 .. 'boo .BED

men who i make the Saratoga claim of |;iK( ). The Price company 1Mreprel..ntpd Mr. K. M. White of Crescent City, sl much nl'hltho/doing at old these songs.Yale There class reunions was -- ---- --- -._-- -. --. B' ........'-.11..M.ur III.......Im.... .nit Wn dOl...""" l ld
.
.. ..
headquarters have been anticipatingthe in Palntka by Attorney left yesterday for St. Augustine\ -- "A Book lien In your f f. '
u P n sing of the pool fur Horns J. N. Illxek well. The RhcritT closed Mr. and Mrs. Curtis have taken a this year for Candidate Tart Is I fr*.. Writ. nd... W. ...r..,_ quality ..d.v.I.! ..
time and have been looking forwardto the store and the business not at the bench for the Yale man and he was there making Our"na" ih.*..w..), Writ.for catalog.. knlns..
It with much pleasure. /The birresmned the may cottage summer merry with the boys too. Speakingof 1'b. '".... ..")orJ-r Book ......hi ,... _.Id. 4t* r.w.I. ........,.
boys hy Meyer Coiupanv. The brick Dot P. N. II. THE FRANKLIN-TURNER CO., 65-71
of Palatka we know are going to take The sheriff In taking an Inventory paving on Front street Candidate Taft and Yale remlndi. Ivy St., Allen,G,

kindly to It.1I1r. ,and, It Is probable that by I the end ofMm ) will be completed this week, and us that a. northern paper has eats -. .
-- -
.. Jiicohson will have a ccimntsidewalk week other and larger claims, what an Improvement! Next week mated that "there are about 13,000() --- -
the contractors will pave the blockon Yale graduates no*living III this a -- .
lending from the/ sheet to will be filed.
the pool. Tlckuis will be sold .it the The I. M. Meyer Company; WAS Eleventh St., between Lemon and country must of whom will vote for 3. .... eq ;
+ "
rate of 25 cents lorIll II It. and I 15 once one of thu lending mercantile Held streets. Taft, eel| this Is pointed out .as

cents for children. eBtabllahmeiits of l>allltka. Mr. Mrs. J. N. Walton, Miss Susie and showing the enlightening/ broodenlugNfvonMthehigher $1.75. ; 1

Meyer was tho successor of Marcus Master Will Walton left on Tuuaday education. Sh ..1
I. Dr. Thomas' Electric OH Is the bout Loeb, who luft I'alatka several years for "Hummer' Haven, at which popu 0 e..s 'kvawia
remedy for that often fatal H/-OUHO- ago toengnge In manufacturing In lar beach resort they have a cottage Gainesville vs. Palatka.
) ". croup. Has been used with suvciwa In Atlantn. Mr. Meyer died In January for the Bummer, Mr. Walton accompanied The Galnesvllli' and Pnlalka' bass $3 $3.50 $4 Our entire line of '

y t J our family for eight ye"r.Ire. L. luoti. For ayearor two an ellort them remaining until ball teams h"lI" game yesterday nt '
Whlteacre, BulTdlo S Y. woe rniuln to continue the business, the close of the week. the Palatk ball nark The attendance Hammockspriepil .
but ainco thn retirement of Mr. Herbert It Is estimated that the was iruod., Dillon and Merrill IT takes all kinds! of women I
PLANK'S Chill Tonic for chills Crook H. there has PresbyterIan .
,
manager church lu this will were the Pnlatka battery. 'l"ha visitors to make o world and all
fever colds and IlIltrll'I"l | | ; f1I/OrlllI- been little effort In that direction. pay out about $tOO)city tor sidewalk have and to wersunquestionably ours Illteed. to sell at from *:!L25 to $3.00 each will: now ba offend,!
teed. kinds of shoes them.
PI'lc.1j The tho
!! cte, a bottle t' ol.1 hy roRponslbla head of concernis The scorn was 8 to 0 In favor of to< please
all druggists. -17-IHt Mr. I. Martin a traveling I man stands paving Improvements.. As the church Palatka. at COST. We haven't iimny left, so if you want one -1"1'
whose home Is in New York, and considerably abovo the streetgrade Still they can all be suited wilh this is
See Ornlmrer for groceries) Best In who has made but brief sehd-annual, a large part of the above St. Marks Tag Day. I: nn excellent opportunity to get it.
In the city. Prices always reasonable' visits here. amount will go for stone steps. "Queen OiJality"shoes

The sacred concert given by the "Tun--a"jrfnt" choir of the First! Baptist church nn. was ( nuooess. The ladies of ,

lIer direction of bliss'Ida J>lb at the I St.: Mark's guild clearing/ over one We are lulling more women I Everything: for the Home.
lowell Theater last !Sunday night hundred and twenty dollars for their I
vim one of the most successful and paving fund. Every one responded with them every day because
njoyablo musical events of the generously snit good naturedlv, and their reputation day. .- -+- -- c --I
! ear. The theater the Indies desire to express their ap grows every '

Summer Sacrifice he Ing doors will go The to offering the was.benefit crowded of the of eve-the to preollli t')tnn.thank K-i|ncliilly All. and do Mrs.they Louis desire "Queen Quality"!l retain its -== :1i.tri PALATKA.. :Eha.rr.c.aov FLORIDA.: : I'

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nurch's building fund. Kalbtielil f r t-uirgesting and m.imaging shape longer than any other
the iilf.ilr, and for the use of Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries anil'
I The Kennerly Hardware Co. of the Hotel l Arlington) as head quur- ready made shoe. Try it once. 1'

tills city buys an Immense amount of ters, \\ he,". through( their courtesy, I Patents.
vanilla leaf which grows hereabout delicious punch was served to the PRESCRIPTIONS OAREfULLY COMPOUNDED, I
Prices t Low On. Solar this season this company has workers throughout the III\!'. Herbert I nEsn GAIIQJI BRED Agents Mallory etermllJUS.
purchased over 8OUO() pounds of the They nisi desire to thank the proprietors Crook .; s:;;;; ;; -=+.......";; +-=: +
,
ear. Mr. Kenneily states that dur" of the two moving picture
l ug the Benson Ills company will shows, for the advertising 80 kind'y

Dry Goods are being sold at less than former to probably the pay out over l3OOIIIn; cash glvell."Tall'day". Palatka, Fla. < : !:'' 1IJIJmdii.ml.B! : : : : 1CIII:_ '_1IIIII1DII11IIIIiJlllljJill'; :'IIII": .%llp
country people of this section has. been a. success In aL"III.iIi.'I
manufacturer's
cost. While our trade has been for this leaf.
t every city It has been tried and Fu-
all we have expected under the conditions, yet At the regular Baptist services In lathe I Is not behind the times now In Breakers by the Sea I
the Howell Theater thing.In ,
have next Sunday any
we thousands
of :
dollars worth of goods that lav. J, O folium connection with ... r!
the pastor, will the. above, QtU; :aalaat-i> U-llUJ'IJi.U: .. SEABRI LiZN FLORIDA
,
preach? both morning and evening whIch was furnished the New by .uLlB I

'he subject at the morning service one of the good ladles of St. !Marks, Will be open June 1 'under the management of I. M.i h1t kJW
Must Be Sold will be, "JeauB Comforts tbe Troubled the editor desires to give the followIng For the BestWOOD .
I Hearts" At the evening service item which has just come to him,
the subject will be, "Jesus the Door n8 further Illustrating the success of .. The i house will be conducted on a higher; plane than ever MM I I
You to leaven" Sunday school at 10 theTag Day" method of raising thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Single rooms or emu*f
will save big money by buying all you o'clock a. m. Everybody Invited. unds for charities and other public = with or wltbout private bllth'ne' fishing and the best surf M.I

can now.Here. W. J. p purposes: lug In the world.
Bryan of .
visitor In the city Cnrraway yesterday was Mr.a wanted The women of Detroit Mich., In the city, ... ThorouKhly equipped (garage and livery In connection
a sanatorium for the treatment
are a Few Big Values: 'f Bryan he does doesn't. bear seem a popular n bit proud name-a even of consumption and they- cut any length, i SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY A TRIAL SOLICITED.
"
the
adopted "TnBr Day" Idea for RAT
that :g, |l.oo
hoe
name been worn hy a United raising funds. per day and upward according to location of worn!
The .
40 inch white lawn .8c grace States the Senator chief and magistracy whIch may of yet the speedily won to the city schema otlloluUwere and send your order to w! 'i zEaalmm':: :, ,: ..:,.u.''n.iIfI'1IIcrIIBJ, : III Li.'III ,I1IIIIrUIfiJII t: .: :JIILJJ.: ; Jcs ip

Fancy dress gingham nation. And neither I U he the mayor issued a proclamation', W. W.
8c guilty of letting aside June 2(1 as "Tubercni- Bainbridge's t: ,
inrrlngment,
any for he
A. F. Is older than "
gingham ice the lute nsU Charity: Day. The mayor fol- New ih For
senator was, or than his dlsilngulshed Wood
Yard
Apron check lowed up his proclamation by giving t: DoctorsArmstrong
gingham namesake
6c and from Nebraska
.5C, 7c t.o the chairman of the
committee New
of
and feels thut he has I the at and Up-to-Date
first Stanton's
Actually worth 7C and toe. to It. Anyway, hR'8" fine gentleman right women' a huge floral key to the city. I & Barred. ]

All best calicoes '. and his friends In Pulatkuare always Next a great mass meeting wan held Foundry f Furniture and
.50 glad to see him hero. In one of the opera houses. In E
For one week at this price. preparation for the real tugging, the House Furnishing: Goods Eye Specialists
The of the Phone
name Oem
Fine Linene, 36 inch . . . . . .12% C Works has been changed City to The Rottling P"l- city members was of districted the committee; Rome with ot their the 40. w: at very low pricesGo Hm Ollk wet 8'14',. 8w t Lan M.W'I

Good as anyone's i8c value. atka Pepsl-Cola Bottling Co. This associates were pl oed In charge of xFTP41f9'v.BS'yY342'PIr7M t
+ inch business IK IncrenHlng under the able inch station and sub-etatlmt and +P1'c it to
27 fancy lawns, closely woven . . .5c mnnngement of Henry !Bchoop, and fag Day everybody who came; with on (

Well worth loc. a fine grade of bottled goods In being in hailing distance was livid up for a Order. For Publication. R. -
nanlifacturcd. S. 1g
Pepsi l
Coin a dullo- contribution. Mooney
150 fancy lawns and 'organdies Iou, healthful, Apparently nobody In
soc20C non-dopey beverage, refused and IhoOh'CullOourt ICI"hlh
every man, woman and JIlIII"1' OIr.'I ,
fancy batiste-.very fine. istj c 18 the specialty of the company, but child who ventured out on the street Puhnm, Unu"ly, Piorldn-In Olwncury' Florida.
Vlrull I
you can get flavor of soda U Hall. Mannwr
any "
, All dress water was "tagged" In the good of the linn: of llnlat: ) -- -
25C fancy goods. Nobles f Corfi'loinrvof
IQC you may desire. Mighty line to have ,,"u.... :Humethlng! like $15,000
35C fancy Swisses and organdies. something c.loli tup these warm. turned over to the taggers during was JooPI+ rx'e\ n N*. Undertaking; and Embalming. I1
24C Elastic belts, 500 values . . 240 have I the refrigerator and the Ice. at least, has been means made tI111Eastart for ,*' o. lul liui the I "I I ).,.feud nppendel. enu.e: ol the! 11
n
sans .
,
All muslins and cambrics at wholesale prices.Here's Cnpt. J. D. Lane and family I toiluin. "" ffl IH II 'iiiii.S.:'" 01 the+ul ...wvsu !
are I rlorlsn ''I. 01 !fi! !
iirraiiglng to spend the renmlnder of Yours;:, I :: :\ ii O rr'siu: liothe .18 I :fiY1J1Y1YifiY1Delicious! !
the sHiisoii In their Excursion iiu.l ,, "' -: !
cottage, Ht Ores Postponed. Unit thor In jnnun, !
a Rare Bargain cent Beach. of ? "i the I[ ARMSTRONG, who Pfrb"
: Capt. Lane who started The Fourth of iSubpon in wuul.., i"mi.n:| the ""rvl1'. DR.
July speaidku0State
overland yesterday with his. horse excursion to It In thnraftiro. iV"1"1"1" uj Ice one of the beet known
Cream
We have two fine mid buggy, says he has been given a Crescent City arrangements for Uxnt l bafenilnnt onliirwl ba cud I hi'i' ..''' 11011-'...': will In future IIInke ?golsRt'
y6I' only Imported Embroidered vacation until October let, and that which had been made by the First lid tonppTOi-. :: the lint "'? J Unngrlnlpi hxrabv\ :: : ..ulr- and 88ional visits to Hul.iday ..,
.11. ,
Robes left-two different patterns-that are he expects to get hU. full monev's Baptist church of this city on the a .1.1,1 ciiuw on or Luton "I- 1 Following the Svcaul

actually worth $IB to $20 to close out at. $9.90 worth Lane and of plermir her In the rest. Mrs, steamer until a later Crescent date. has been postponed lath MONDAY. ulhorwlxe the" the 111I DAY alloKuUono 0. A11018T, A. D" Cold Drinks. B day of each month. The data t"oblt.v
mothet'In.! of
Bennt will be or cud lalizea all fonnn eye
taken hill on
Those 5>
Less than cost of importation. stud the children, expect to leave for change having the excursion 1 In anon He 001110"0.1 by .ulel Infeu ] Homemade Candles E i /reflex complicatlona ileednCtrp; i'!,

This Is chance. See the beach tomorrow by rail were afraid, owing to the II I. furlbxr onlxnd that tins. Oneness,Stomach trouble.wj"7i
your them and you will numerous attractions In Palatka pUhllHho". .n.o II week for Order be
The ladles of St. r.rllrlu(1,11 1 p xm te In the Pnlntkn 'onr. eou..utlve etc.. by the system of I*"M" jrI
want one. / < have thntdaythettheywouldnoEbeabl N..... | j '
wiin
n L. mY1fififififiY1Y1fiY1Y1m
x sent to. the News the following iiivltutlon to get a crowd, sufficient lo pay thn lI\hllHho"w it,',.,, III m end hand Uounty cud state 1I..p"po., A. SMITH coming chronic troubles '" *
to the publlot "Come I Oh expense-and the Haptls' church der of duly, hue. and Ulllolul '."llhl. 101 : or operation. Cross eyes flttod? //If
Come I to Hmlth'a) ICs cream with a fire to look back upon and [bxu0 JONfPIPRIOR' Lpj without knife. Glaexesrenal Irtfo
soda fountain parlor today" ( anll'l]J new church house a Ulxrk, Ulrcult r defeotg. Con nlt tlon Jp
( and evening for' the benefit of Ut face is not In a position staring It to In take the A51 i'(.RH:: f.IOII.t I'rlee, 1'.puLyUloIrk.ollull..r .Oourt ! Office: Hotel rllllllton'

6 M .rk' sidewalk and paving fund uhHiices. ror Oomph.lnant.Satisfaction L ll tb. one day only.
Welcome "
one and all. It seem
that Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Smith out Correction For
Mr
of the goodness of their heart are to Alvers. Quara to ee d.

donate it certain percentage of the Mr. W. C. Ahe l. county commie I To all.'nr I'a'rollo: w. mmtm'
also
days sales to the fund. slouor-elect from the first district xervlee: whin' on let year' alve Wm 1011 t'rompt
rminh 50511 and 1
Among the visitors to this city are wlhea. the News to make a oorruo repairing done sad a.aluyele and aewing aluuhlne loop:
tlnn In
Mr. -nl Mrs. Louis Kaibdvld of Fa his card of thanks .
1,1 ka. Mr. Kalbfleld t* the hustle P.1'irBl' J" thl8 paper la8t week. E4wej o. EARLS Firecrackers and

In the New Merryday Block. of that progressive town, e Whnr he says ho will look after the wmi pi.... 00. ,yleaw. I
iHHien Graha Intervals of the v .
of the whole InC
Arlington and m county and ktnet. Itxmemlar./IT" /
hotels and the New Howell Theater. especially bU home "precinct," he Palatka' /Florida.UkMAURE:.: : L.mon I FireworksVVhoIes'ale
Agency for Butterick Patterns. He has secured the lease of the New meant Mr. to say his "home district." I II

Baird 'Theater this city, us already Putnam I h oldest s t.
counts .
t ers of .....
announced .
In
the
Sun, which Is ai He Is a 0.... "
This store closes at 6:30: p. m., except assurance that the attraction will b>e Jive.) the of Or ngecounty and enlisted. and Retail."
up-to-date. Mr. Kalkfleld Confederate service' I
believe from R
Saturdays. Thursdays at :3 p. m. the theatrical future of O lnesvllla l' that warhe county. At the close ot the i&i7ousEPASTE I CifAS. E. Fla.
.. Par lka
with the new opera house will b* all resided *topped,. l> Welaka and has KILLS THEM ROWTOH ,
a that could be desired by those whO Mr. on lh" peninsula" over since! Off THE'SPOT

1 love the be.t.-Oaln.nllle sun.F never Alien before U sough a good publlo farmer. H. BOTTLES GENUINE SOLD ONLY IN Dealers. Send for Wholesale Price List. ,
office. : 241 L-
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