The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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SERIES- VOL. XVI, NO. 28. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908. '1. Per Year:

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BUILT? The American eagle tried awfully ROADS.
hard to scream here on the "Fourth
but after a few weak .efforts It
gave i
At the mooting of the county commissioner up as a bad Job. A party of young County Commissioners Have

Our Annual = ,received Wednesday a telegram ChairmanStephens from Special Palatka News.Denver people In the evening gathered and at the had. Gillette a few home fireworks Ordered Roads Kt Keuka
r tho Converse Bridge Co. of Chattanooga )
with Colo., July 1O.-Win. J. and more cake and lemonade, arid Grandin. a
mnklug appointment
the "boys" of the drum and
the board for meeting next Monday llrran wa. nominated for President fife corps and their wives celebrated At the meeting\ the county commissioners jl

and !when the board adjourned lest nigh at the residence of D. M. Corthell on Wednesday M. A
yesterday, ; It was to meet next Moo The first ballot was i and showed more enthusiasm and Baker, J. H. VVylle and C. J. O'JIa-
dRY morning.The ver, representing a local good roads
Converse Bridge/ Co, entered Bryan 8023Johnson : tion.patriotism than the younger genera association of Interlaohen and Ken-

MIDSUMMER Into a contract with the commission 40. ka appeared wltb a petition and sublorlptlon .
I CUT SALE :: : ere at the October meeting of the Gray iSO>!.. On Thursday the Congregational list for a hard road to connect -
board, under which the Converse Co. Hrynn'a nomination was made Sunday school held n picnic at the Interlaohen and Keuka. The
was to construct a tralllo bridge delightful home of the Vivian's, better board Binned a contract; with Mr.
across the tit. Johns river at Palatkafor uaunliiioiiit amid the wildest known as the. Lace place. U. K. Baker by which it authorize the

the sum of (54,000, on the deferred elueringwllielt lasted way into Ulllette, Supt. of the Sunday school, construction of one mile of road for

on all SUMMER WEIGHT CLOTHING and payment plan, the bridge to be completed the nlffbt. engaged a large wagon and. all hands, which the county will pay (700( In
; by the lilt of October 1008. Convention adjourned to 1 old and young, flags waving and Installments-one-half when half,
The contract was signed In duplicate ]' cheering, made the several trips a and the. balance. when the road Is i
Straw Hats is now on--and it's a money saving by the commissioners and the Converse in. to-day when Vice-Presiden great pleasure. About noon the completed.The .
people put up a forfeit of $1,000 tial candidate will be named. many baskets were brought and board also authorized the roadto

sale to all the Men and in Putnam for the execution of the contract tables laid-just /60 enjoyed as numinous Fort Brook, petitioned for at
Boys These contracts were carried away spread as. ever made one last meeting:, same to be without expense ,
by the representative of tbe bridge DOESN'T WANT have an "UI I be Joyful" feeling. And to the county. .
county who need clothes. Think of it-- company for the ,signatures of the this day will long be remembered as A contract was entered into with
U Converse people, but have never SPEAKERSHIP. a grand success.T. O. J,. Tucker for the construction of i

been returned. Neither has anything Simpson and wife were guests a\ miles of hard road at Urandln for
been hoard from the Converse at the Jake View which contractor Is to be paid a totalof
company since, except In one Instance Hluce It became known throughout 1000. Mr. Tucker was the lowest 14
just from York
coming New city
: when word came that tho company tho state that Col. 8. J. Hilburn of whore Mr. said; bidder for this road.
25 Per Shut:: 'scn it was far
Cent OffOn had been unable up to that this city would be one. ot Putnam hotter than with us. A petition for a hard road to run r
time to get the legal advise that was county's representatives In the next from the Intersection of the Bellamyand
needed to enable it to raise money legislature, several of the I leading a. W. Hlcox who has been In this Starke road, southerly to a milepost
: on the county's notes. papers have suggested him for speaker vicinity for several months, hal sold near residence of A J. Robinson -
Last week the representative of of the next House of Representatives. his effects and gone to Palatka. a distance of \2'!'$' or 8 miles, was r4,

all Summer the company was in the city and This hRS caused more or less Rev. Geo. A. Wilhite, wife and referred to CommissionerKouiers to
Suits Extra Trousers :. there was a rumor that the Converse discussion among politicians and child of California. have been visiting report at next meeting,,' ,,,',, ju ,.,?' '
people were now In position to go much favorable comment, as Col. the family of H. M. Coburn at the The pauper allowance to Mrs. Bur- d
ahead with the bridge. The fact Hilburn la .a man of recognized ability Lake View Mr. Wilhite as a. boy rell was ordered cut to .15't( r month
and Straw Hats. that tho company bus asked for a and one who would reflect credit lived In Mannvllla and has returned From August 1st; pauper Floyd's ,
meeting with the board Is evidence on the state in any position of with the expectation of locating pension was increased from $2 to $-1
thai; the contract Is still Irritating\ trust or responsibility. The News here. per month ;land a petition for n pauper
the Converse brain. hue had nothing to say regarding Col. pension for Rachel Stokes was
The commissioners state that they tlllburn'8 candidacy other than to reo Some time since a Mr. Marlin and referred to Commissioner Rogers.
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- are unaware of any new proposition produce from time to time the complimentary family stopped here a few days on The board did not equalize the tax: A

'' that the company, bus in view, or coupling of his name their way north having been touring rolls nor make the levy for the year, ;
fi baum & Co. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored what reason the Converse with this office, and which have appeared the: country. They have now returned laving previously granted a. month's
people \(pave in asking for the meet. ': : In those. of .the. state papers and for the present are OCOIIn..I. extension to Assessor Bullard to ,
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h ,... I ill his
I0.... wnicii nave attracted lie attention. 1'''' nq a nose n annv" e' un. w complete books. i
Suits in Tropical Worsteds Serges etc., as However thinking the time ripe fur remove to the oottiige purchased by
Longest Will en Rioord. some positive declaration on the part M. 11. Kilt of Mr. Walters, as soon as The Denver Convention
well Summer Wash Suits. : What Is culled the longest will on of that gentleman a representativeof the house Is put In order

as record Is that of Captain Robert the News interviewed him yesterday Cbas. Brush of Augusta, Ga., has I "Mr. Dooley," writing of the two 4

Keayne, founder of the Ancient and and-got one, as follows returned to that place, after a delightful great national conventions in the
Honorable. Artillery Company of Bos "No, I shall not bn a candidate; vacation and visit with his July American Magazine, thus describes
The Straw Hat Sale includes extra
an but I wish the News would say fur mother.Dr. the convention now In sessionat
ton.It me that I am not unappreciative of Denver:
choice line of Panama and Yacht Hats. These contains about 50,000 words. Printed the; honor my friends i In various parts J. M. Jones went to Atlanta to "Faith, I can see th' Ulmmycrats i
and bound, Ii' would make a good of the state have paid Ute In urgingme accompany ChiiH. Francis home from now gatherlu' fr'm far an' near. ? ,
sized volume, comparing favorably In for the place. I cannot sue the: hospital at that place, reaching Bands are crashln down th' sthreut. ,
will be worn for four months yet, and you :; length wIth ninny n novel of the present wherein the state would be brme t- here on Saturday: rood Dlmmvcratio bands, playln out I

day. ted, or what special advantage It Rev. O. K. Wilcox of Florabome Iv ohune an' so that nobody can kape w
can afford to throw away your soiled straws.If In Its voluminous proportions' this would be to me were. I a. candidate filled the pulpit at the Congregational step with their music If anybody '
contrast to and successful. I am glad of the opportunity wants to, which nobody does. Ye
will Is In striking one probated church on Sunday, and Rev. Ceo
ollered the New to have to down
by put ye'er name days in
In New Orleans\ n number of A. Wllhlte, the Methodist
thank: my good friends in the tttxte advance to get a dhrlnk at th' bar.
you are going away for the summer years ago In which the testator disposed for considering me. worthy of this Letters received here from Mrs. 'rh' lobbies Iv th' hotels are full Iv

of Its earthly possessions In five great honor" Helen Franck, who spent the winter l'anunanynuen, splendid fellows In

will be interested in our supberb line ofSnit words-namely, "Mistress Roper Is my Sunshine Cottage, says site Is acting stovepipe hats an' with aoetylln y
I tI{ you heiress." Possible New Lumber Mill. ns librarian at Montreal, N. C., lamps In their shirt-fronts, and they

The original of Captain Keayno'i It Is more than likely that the big while the regular one takes a vacation. are tell In' how alsy Iverythlng\ is if

will Is carefully preserved In the lumber nil\Ms of A. T. Hquler now ye know how. '
I Cases and leather Bags vaults of the. register of probate of located at Omega, at the head of "It takes all kinds Iv men to makeup ?e i
th'ttlmmycrutlo an'
thin J;
Suffolk county In volume 1 of tbe Lake Crescent, will be removed to KEUKA. there are hardly enough.party They cometo

record. of wills probated It covers 140 1'ulatka. the oonvlntlon fr'm Ivery cornerIv
pages, nUll It Is recited in the will Mr. Squler had an appointment W. R. Massey was In Talatka. this th' earth, fr'm the pine-clad hillsIv

as well as Trunks. : that tbe document was drawn up iu last with Monday the Palatka. night board but. owing of, trade to for an week on business.Mr. Maine, where th'close season f'r nJlmmyerat

the handwriting of the testator accident was prevented from keeping Hlcox who has been occupying Is on'y two months, toh'
for Men's' While Captnln Kcayno, who was his appointment. It Is nut the Merwln house in Pieas"ntTal- banks' iv th' Rio Grande where a
Of course we are headquarters originally a merchant tailor in London, known Just what kind of a proposition ley, has departed for the north.A Xapublioan has to go over to Mexico
vote. They'll all be there."They'll .
left a fortuni (if fnlr proportion for Mr. Hquler expects to make to number of our townspeople attended be ditl'rent kind Iv
fine Shoes Underwear Negligee Shirts : that at the board but that he has his on
: bis dny. It Is of interest to note eve. : the Sunday school picnic at a t Dlmmyurat Iver I seen. There'll
the present day fortunes of millions of Palatka as a desirable location for Hr Walter Vivian's and report a be> Dimmyorats who believe th' pro- c'
its mill\ he has assured the
wear etc. etc.FEARNSIDE dollars lire frequently Unpaged of in already Jolly time. teethe tariff' shud be destroyed, an'those
News. It Is his to Ills
purpose move '
: complicated inlets by only a few hun that believe It shud be tickled.
mill from Omega, where his chief Miss Mamie Massey Is spendingsome
L dred words.-Canton I'ost difficulty Is in securing and keeping time. at Orange Springs:: recuperating "1'h' Dlmmycratlo party has nlver
altered In Its
labor. The location is remote from from a serious (illness. opposition to a protective -
; tariff; It recognizes In this system -
and Fstnssi. railroad communication.
Chivalry M. Tucker route of th' I Iv .
"' express agent soorses preedytory wealth,
Have you never noticed that great 'The Hquler mills have large Umber Gainesville was here on business a an' manny iv th' ills that our body t
CLOTHING personal bulk and chivalry go almost holdings in the Haw. Creek section couple of days last week. polities is subjected to, Includln' th' "
? Veil, they do, and I but are. convinced that the place for
always together Mrs. happiness Iv th' few. It recognizes; :.<: N
S. F. Is
their mill Is In some city to which Angler expected this
that him
of circumstance an'Is
am reminded a glad to recognize rhlm.
week to her home
their logs can be towed. That Mr. occupy summer *
happened long years ngo. There was Bquler has Palatka in vlewls fortu here. We shall be glad to welcomeher How d'ye do? How are ve?

in congress from the state of Alabama nate for this city, and something the back I

a gentleman nauxJil Dixon Lewis. lIe board of trade can be depended on to Isaac Walters has sold his home to Governors of Florida.The .
was notorious for his stoutness as wellas encourage to the point of consum
Mr. Kill of Interlachen, and expectsto Quincy Times has the follow- t
for bis courtliness and abilities. This matlon. ____________ leave soon for Indiana.A lug list of men who have served as
gentleman was n Virginian by birth, chief executive of the .since
COMPANY 15 Manage His Theater of the
which number Improvements are being 4
but removed early to Alabama, adoption the constitution. Its publication -
state he represented during several SherlU R. O. Howell, owner of the ; made here among which Mrs. J. at this time will Interest
M. Rumley and A. L. Giese
Howell Theater, stated to the are
terms of congress and was In the sen- new most readers
tainting and remodllng their homes. 1
News that he had decidedo
ate at tbs time of his death In 1848. Year. Name.
Biographers relate of him that onetime manage his theater In person from Mrs. Ellen Lynn of Palatka has 845/ . ...."..William D. Moseley

after the adjournment of con. that; date. recently located here in the. Leeuh 1M\! . .. .. .. .Thomas Brown ,
Florida. :. he was on his way home In a Since the opening of the house last cottage, and was Immediately Joinedby 18G8.! ..... ., ...JosephE.Bromne ,
Pa.la.tl: gress wrecked antI while year the theater has been managed her daughter Miss Elizabeth !807,..... .. ,.. .Madison S. Perry 1
; steamer that nun by Jjouts KalbMeld who has secured. Lynn of Texas. We are glad to say Mil" . ...... .. John Milton
be bad an opportunity to do so for Palatka some of the best companies they are delighted with their new 8(15. . . .. .. ..William Marvin f
take a seat in a small boat bacaime touring the south. Mr. IRlbfield's home. This week Rev. L. R. Lynn
181111.( . ,. . David H. Walker
his great weight would Jeopardize:.<:. the lease expired yesterday.Mr. of Palatka Is visiting his mother and 181111. ... ... .. .. .Harrison Reed
: lives of others In the boat, and, although Howell will retire from theaherld'e sister. 87J. . ... .. . .. UsslunB. Hart
office in January, after
for a time ba was in great danger Recently good roads association IM7-l..1I1I\ropllus L Stearns

ho was at last rescued. There wasa which time he will devote feature himself of to was organized here for the purpose 877. .. . . .. George ". Drew
private 881 . .. .William Bloxham
noticeable combination of chivalry of constructing a hard road from "
which will be a wholesale grocery: In 8H5. . . .. ..Ed ward l A.
and fatness-SVaal ington Post. here to Interlaohen. 0. J. O'Haverwas Perry
Sale. the block with the theater.
"mmmmmmm"rm Real Estate For same. elected president. Massey, SHU\ . . .. ".Francis P. Fleming
Then of the floors ..
a large part upper
I8itlt' ....., . .Henry L Mitchell
secy and treas. and M. A, Baker,
J. Tucker Famous Eplour.. of this block Is fitted up for hotel manager of road construction. Aboard 18117 .. . .William D. Bloxham
Finley ifOsurmice Fine two story dwelling house, in fine condition on- Kirby St In tbo ceiling of the dining room in mrposes.rlouse. These It. was the old Graham to be of trustees was appointed and ItJOl( . . William Jennings 4
Nero's "golden house," on the Palatine rooms era U05)! ..... .. B. Broward
Real state, = artesian well and barn on premises. Half thoroughly renovated, rt-furnished C. J. O'Haver and M. A. Baker met .Napoleon 9
= lot 100x150
bill, were compartments Inlaid with and the place will 1 b. opened ns a the county commissioners In Palatka General Albert W. GllchrUt, who
p.Court Hou e, Palatka,Via -3 cash, balance at 7 per cent. Ivory which revolved, showering per- firat-eiass hotel. Though Mr. Howell Mud secured help from the county to will be Inaugurated next January,

-- -- Small farm or about 5 acres with dwelling on edge of town, fumes and flowers on the guests. will not, in person. manage the aid the private subscription.. All are will be Florida's nineteenth governor
Cash. Flowers were presented> to tbe guests hotel, he will be near mid will take encouraged in the good work whlah .
Real Estate Bargain ==3=! known M "Fitzhngh Tlace. Half by slaves. They were crowned with an Interest In seeing that the places will commence soon, and It will add

So,80-Two building lot In them The Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 5 mils, from lalat-' wreaths. Usually after one course tbe It so run I. Mr.as to llnwell's be a credit to the to city two anhen: miles road more toward to the Palatka-Inter-meeting'the For St. Marks Paving Fund. t
>rth Bud,a bargain, at '70U. tables were removed, and other placed purpose
mile of river frontage. Gainesville hard road at the Aloohua
ka, one before tbe. guests. Throughout the all the Or t..olal9 attractions The ladles of St. Marks guild are ;
.18 Ardoublu store on Lent =3 Other properties both in the City and Country for sale on meal drinking continued until the banquetera possible for his theater during the county line.Death. utilizing another unique plan to raise
j,straut,ISO! foot front by lio toot ::::Jop STRUNZ. / coining season but In the meantime money for the new sidewalk which
tore now ranted no n. to == easy.terms. Apply to HENRY tell under tho table stupefied It Is understood to be hU. purpose of Mrs. Joyner. have been ordered on the streets
J'ft good Interest on monoy Inz= la those day men lived to oat. Great shortly to put on an elaborate mid ranting the church property. Bags
tod. Prloa only "ll',OUO It fold ::::: ----- ---- --- --.-- ----- -- --- -- -- generals spent fortunes accumulatedIn continuous moving picture show. Mrs. Mary E. Joyner, wife of Counir c yard in length and about an Inch
Ink.Ko. == years of warfare In gratifying their / CommlHsloner 11. T. Joyner, of wide are being sent to every one In i
ImiIiIIS! !iI :iIII
1 :DI21/Im! : m : ; IiI : :utimI! appetites. Lucullus on one dinner with Watch Pap.raWhen jrandin, died of consumption at her the city with the accompanying.
.80-A. good 7-roum dwelling == home on Friday the :20th ult. after an which
50.000 verses, explain and also Invite -
and Poiupey spent
ths We. End on Dodge utrcol, :.S ll :illil: : II 1i1: :ilJil1O! Cicero thick watches with removable illness of some six months. The fun.. to a pleasant social evenS
JIS: who you
IIOxtOO all modern oonvoutona* z= : drachmas, or I7.OOO. PItliylus. cases were carried it was the custom ral, occurred from the Baptist church tonight. The verse were furnished
1' II.BUO! ,on was famed for the delicacy and originality for watchmakers whenever tbey cleaned at Grandin
\ easy payments ::3 on Saturday following the News by the poet laureates of
K Tour The Genuine Ruby Ring of his dinners wrapped hi. a watch to place la the bottom of and was conducted by Rev. B. R. the guild and follow
Property oared ( lunur2
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tongue In linen when not using It. That the loose casean engraved label with Mosley of Melrose, 'The interment
.Dou ht or Sold. =S Exhibited in Windowwas to might better appreciate!! flavors of their names and addresses) on which "was' in the Grandin cemetery. Inside this bag a yard In length

tents Collected. =3 our tho vlnuJn he bad It cleaned wltb fish they would write tbe date of the re- Beside her husband Mrs. Joynerla Slip pennies In, It has much strength;
survived by three children And return on the night of July ten
won by Mrs. Geo. E. skin before dlnln J.Wallle ,i pair. Frequently these labels were of 13, a girl of 0 and a boy of 8 years boy And enjoy a lawn fete at Stewart:

;1 Finley Tucker.IIIIIIIIJl11JlIIIIIIlIIIiIlIC. -Next' to a woman what Is the elaborately engraved. Sometimes tbey Mrs. Joyner was the daughter of Worden.There ,
of dots know? Willie contained maxims or verse. around tbe Mr. and Mrs Beth Holloway of }' to-
the number most nervous thing you will be a grab; bag great\ with '
Gay outside. This habit gave rise to the nlah and U also survived two
(ungrammatically)-Me-neit to a woman. : by Bluer chance small 'r
!! .- Sniuprvllle Journal. I fash lor) of placing !la the cases verses and five brothers, who are Mrs. ice cream cones with souvenir
being 1 1953. Card presented and devices, tokens oC friendship or Ida[ F. Clayton of Hampton, Mr. J. spoons for all

ED-Several active1, ..nerrellable Boy's Life Saved. i love, sometimes written on paper, but M. Kelly of Holllster, W. H and There will be lemonade from the old
mn to sell an article June 8 9 a. m. My little boy, four years old. had a: more frequently painted or worked on Wash Holloway of Holllster and \V.H. stone well '
oral uno. No family can well severe attack of dysentery. We bad two satin. All these were designated a. ., H. T., and S. Holloway of Ft. And a futnre to buy that will nicks

out. Only reliable mm need hyslolans> ;both of thorn gave him fir I watch papers Irrespective of the mat.. dnuderdale. your head swell.
Address Box Ualne.- The funeral was largely attended
ITT, i
We then him Chamberlain' Colic,
,Ia. e-a: f f SMITH the cured him and believe. tbab saved his Exchange. and' sorrow was deep and general, for from the mine ;
Mr. Joyner was a lovable Christian Blimps; of all sizes l for only a dime
Pulatka Florida. Hili Itn.)-Ala.WiLUAM There Is'no doubt but tnls Take a Vacation.: woman/ who was held In the highest, Cheru'll be seats on the lawn where
A. M1B. K M. L Lbtiu esteem by her neighbors. She the coal breezes blow
waG a
emely saves the lives of many) children Now 1 Is the time to take a vacation, '
Where sit and be
of can and
each year. Give 16 with castor oil ao get[ out Into the woods, nelds and member tile Baptist church at you comfy, )
hear the whole show.
Grand In.Mr.
Stone cording to the plain printed direction alns and visit the seashore, but
,Jtachine Designs A new lot Fancy and a cure Is certain For solo by A.ok" forget to take a bottle of "moua-j Joyner asks that the News, for So come one and all father, children ,
Map Drawing Etc. ertnaa-Mtewart Drug r Rings just received. along with you. It la almost curtain to I Grandin for their /acts of kindness There was ne'er such n chanc and .
La/tlca Fla.. Dr. Thomas' Eleotrlo 011 Is the beet be needed and caanot bn obtained on and, sympathy In this plane of deep there'll ne'er bo /another
remedy for that often fatal disease railroad train. or steamship It U too affliction for his taut lly. The tree vaudeville will take pUca
1il lil1UIJIIIlili.MIII":!,, Hss beenjiaed with success in ---- .--. the
1AS8Ntl oroiip. much of a risk for any one to leave horn all eve-
Rat the belt groceries at low- our family for eight year.."-Mrs. L. on a Journey without It. For sal by Send your next grocery order to>A. And< .e hope you'll b. pleased with

lea er, at when tbs Dew you tore.trade with A. ......'..."' i...""""' '''___II''..''' *''. ''! ''''''':! .", ......! \Yhltescro,Buffalo N, Tt. Aokerman-Stowart Drag Co. 3ralngsr; finest stook la town all .re you\ leave.



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THE PALATKANLWS I There will be sixteen members of Anent Interlachen Gr&vel. Junior Christian Endeavor in Unwise Combination l

thin e House of Representative of Jenulnn 1
1007 Editor PALATKA NEWS: Florida. To the mind of Mr*. Abigail

Entered &, tbe Palatka postoffloeM the next Houat. We note with Interest the reporty The work of the children Is to be there -was a .>rt of dlslof11' '" A. '
) matlabla matter of !, r nativeof W.
the second =g outsider that a I 'erryday CO.
.I1&.e. the Joint committee of your city tho subject for our article this weekAnd admitting to any
You can't lose William Teouura-h eccentrlo.
uuncll and board of trade appointed it seem most tilting to have It WUJowby) could be really

PiblUhed at Palatka. Fla., on S herman Jennings. He wa defeat- t o visit other cities to Inquire Intone begun with the followtnir message | As for anything beyond eccentricity,

Friday by e d In the primary for national committeeman t merit of various paving maturate from that splendid olllcer, the Mittu r.. Jennings would never have "d- Dealers hiI

RUSSE'VICKERS.. but he bob up at Denver etc., and whereas this report rust Junior superintendent mltted it, even In tbe case of Miss
ers to the Interlachen gravel as tin
the of dutiful D enr JuniorVorkera:- Rachel Gregg, who was frankly called
as proxy daddy-jn-
usatUfactory material to a t
w.. A. IUSSELL. MM.r aw, A. B. Mann. ue giving the opinion of Mrlaniard \ July lat voinuifncos our secondqUllrt..r crazy by the summer visitor. I Crate Material
of Chtlstlan Kneavoryear. of
county engineer of Duvulountv new "Now, M... Jennings said one I
d The time slips \
Several prisoners In the navy yard c as to ItS noii-cemonllng rapidly he boarders "do you really mean that
TERRORS PAST ualit'les Now In the b). What are we doing Iu IlInltlpl'our Greg to do oif all
.t Boston.drank lye In order to give etc. view of societies and thus increase the ,ou'vo never known Miss msi Kinds. ,
c AND lelr throat the of act that Putnam county owns t".olU.o"r. of now, anything that you'd call crazy?
appearance dip. usefulness our organIzation:
PRESENT.th tracts of this mo-Mlal( near
In the old da;*, thinking they would be lento ntorlachen and Kcuka. snd It III the and Insure Its proxperlty for coming "No. I haven't said Mrs. i sii "

& mysterious terror. the hospital from which escape enlre of our citizens all over the I Endeavor years Probably live with a firm and unyielding expression I Fruit and
yeais, from today most of our Young abeopie's her prominent chin.
,. Its mere name throughout all the ould be easy, but their scheme was ome ouuty hard to surface improve material our .toads we with beg L' rank und file workers will "Why. what do you think of her Ii .

)Infected dUtrlct o&uied man'. very d tected. pace to make the following stnte- bo s..nlnIn other ways "Christ sending that bag ot eggs over to the \ .
------- and tho Church; ," slid our Juniors the box VegetableWraps.
I oul to (builder. leiit and icportwtmt other think Corner* to Mr*. Cole right la
The socialist of Florida In will be carrying the renponsibllitlex -
tarry on
It wee spoken only la low whlsperi o f the luteriacshen gravel us a road I with her laundry work and never tell-
onventlon at Tairp has nominated .. we now have. How ar we.training
laterlnl. Owing the lack of
spites I and lotting him
a* though sound itself might them to take and ng the stage driver
a state ticket with A. J. Pettlgrew of w'e will be obliged to cut out somef I up carryon tbe Ii
attract the dreadful death.It o the recommendations we have on I our service.? Only tnlrty Junior brow the bar rlgbt off? Inquired I
Uanltea for Mr. Pe t tire "
gorcrnor. nil .1Cole says .
Endeavor societies over Flollda boarder.
wa the most helpless of all terror h and and will simply give the most ummer
ft *-terror of the unkown. I g w was a member of the legistaI inportant reports from practical road c ore recorded on our list. Is not this here's one shirt waist ahe'll never be

ure of 1907 having, been elected over b udders.Flrnt a sad answer to my question? able to wear again."

A yellow fever terror In the old John Qrahani, democrat In bad permit us to refer to Mr.inrnard Quarterly report blanks have been "Well." said Mrs. Jennings calmly,

day seared) asunder all but the very dor. of uval countv. In letter. sent out by the district; supertutetid"I should say about that as I have i Palatka, Florida.

strOngest tie. of affection and kln- uted October 16, 1007, he writes: "I r ents to each society. Please return about a number of little things Rachel I
them and made out.
promptly fully
------ ----- eel compelled to call attentiono
your I lack In
hlp. does and has done. She may ,
Gov. Broward Is a candidate for the quality of gravel received from Letters were written this week
Human nature was, as It were, asking the District secretaries to wisdom and forethought now and
v Ice president at the Denver conven- Y ou by the board of county commie-
cust Into a fiery crucible and resolved s toners as a portion of this material I urge the organization; of Junior societies again. But, then. who doesn't I'd like
-- --- -- -- ---
li on, and as he Ii not the only one he I --- -- -- -- --- ---- -
Into fundamental brutal elements. onslsts of clay and we request that In every church or Christian) to know?"-Youth's Companion. -
may not make It, but he should not I Endeavor locality In which there of u. LOPS BAII.BT, J.
that .
The dying were forsaken to die you ste none but /good Ir3y..ll.d..llyered. The Cause Many W..UI'LI.'
osu hope, as there are to be many ." was not already a Junior organization. Blood. 1'resident.The .
alone, and the dead were deserted. In some places, as the Stale Showing Our Monk.y f.
1 ablnet positions in the event of Upon receipt of this we ImmediateV his Sudden Deaths.
There were of course, marvelous I nmocrntlc next November., i wrote and requested Mr. Barnard i Ueaf and Blind School:! for .example I Tbe batsmnn, congratulated on G. LopsrFire
success himself proudly 00the
Instances of sacrifice and beroUm. t o come over nt our expense and gives this may not ba practicable but run slapped There is a disease prevailing in till BaiayCo
but S omeone who knows of the Koy"rnor'a u full Instructions to just. hut to there should be ether places In chest and began to boast of still most dangerous because so decep-
; exceptional. 1'hey
they were country
towboat experience ha al- end. This Is his reply dated Onto which there might be Junior workto Iner borne runs that be had made Intbe -- ''u -- tive. ?.Xanysnddeti :

only emphasized the fact that .upe-: etidy suggested him for {Secretaryf h er 25, 11)07) : "Your letter of 91st reelved make up the rule-"A Junior piut"Did deaths are caused

stitlon mukes. coward and fool of o the Navy. o and noted, and In reply will I every where there Is a Young People's you see that (gesture the stricken by it-heart disease Leading American nnd

nearly all of u.. ay, that I am aware what the word i society.Mr. breast said an ethnologist of Harvard. .- pneumonia, FOlige

The deadoftn deserted by friends I Two boy are working"1 In the same sg ravel means, a mixture of clay and i Chas. M. Conkling state "Whenever we make that heart failure or
treasurer has CompaniesAccdent
g ravel. What I refered to In my recently sent out a Dat'I I often
i and kindred. were by public employe t own. One rises early and moves I ctter l of the 15th was, that a portion specially prepared circular letter nre: In our vanity we prove the S the apoplexy result of kidney -

thrown Into rude boxes or with cheerfulneis and alacrity. He o f the material, possibly! a couple of ic ud a copy was sent to each Junior winian theory up to tbe hilt. [ disease.' Insurance

wrapped In sheet and carted off to'' l oves his work. :Spoken:: to In the I ars, was mostly clay with a small I society In the state. He asks for "You know the gorilla. Kipling and 1 kidney trouble I :
12ots dues from each member Du Chaillu describe him-an enormous -
ercentage of gravel, while the Iml- year I The Travelers
burial at dead of night. There were' he allowedtoadvnucetlcekidneypoisotl of
m norulng gives you a polite ans- lice was more IIk"lh.. sample shown of the Junior organizations, bur onU ape tbat In his Indomitable bravado Harfor

no mourner following to the grave; W er or civil salutation. He loves c IB by Mr. F. O. M Iller. I hope in I expects that half the amount. be gent beats his breast with a sound like '- ed blood will attack -

no prayer; the graveyard wa a I"asebull and port! -,, but does not it lie near future to make a personal i before fall, when work and finances the rolling of the muffled drums of ,the vital_ organs, canning catarrh of Life Insurance:

place of horror and the roads to It eglect his work. He spends his I I nspfctlon. Signed usually brighten up In our.oelnli..a.'rhe Memorial day. the lilaiklcr, or the kidneys themselves

were accursed. e venlngs" at home. Saturday nightben I I We"Gall continued L. Barnard the, County shipment Eng.of" away.money Tim Is far much w. have needed Leurd right of "As big as a bull, as swift as a cat, break down and waste away cell by cell. The Old Reliable "Gema1iiLife" |

Such wa the force of the old-time I w paid off. lie takes all the money ravel until January 8, 1UOS and reelved no Junior society contributing to I aa powerful as an elephant the gorilla Bladder troubles almost always. reaul
this state call. Will be first, believes himself unconquerable and in from a derangement of the of Xew York
superstition. Such wa the weakness home and consult with his moth c the following communication 1 you not
from Mr. Barnard Possioly older friends of the children the vain glory of that belief be inflates a cure is obtained quickest by a proper
"As I've received
$ the cowardice, the degradationof I e r aa to how to spend and save. He : treatment of the Lidneys. If are feelIng -
? ; no gravel iioin you for several days, would be glad to Hid them In I his lungs and bents bill swollen breast you
human nature. I not ashamed to de at nioko no mistake by Marine Insurance
m s seen Sunday sending to MrCoukllng. if knew, badly you can :
will state that I am now using what / they till tbe jungle rings like a gong.
Today we know that yellow fever cbool and church :: He taking Mr. Swamp-Root, the
ou Buuday: ve nave and would like to have 1 Kimer'8
you how.Your "We In our moments ot foolish and
I la not contagious not even infectious tl oes not bellev the fellow on the'r..t ontinue shipments until you .hearurther friend In service for the children excessive Inflate and great 011 remedy. The."Leadimg
vanity our lungs It corrects inability to hold urine and Comjiauiw
but come through moiquitoes s who Is cureless of his speech I l the number from me.of Kindly Inform have Uleof State Junior !Supt, lap our swollen breasts scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes

The stricken and the dead may be ven to profanity, Is better than hiM p to date cars_ you shiped Gainesville FI..., July let 1U08. "Thus alas, we show the monkey Unit unpleasant necessity of being A Olaims !

attended with absolute Immunity father.nd mother The other "young We shipped In all 60 cars to Duval Tampa Presbyterian Heights Juniors blood in us."-New Orleans Times- compelled to go often tbrough the day 1 Prompty

from the disease. American" also works, but how?P ounty and If the material did not l will take u few weeks vacation Democrat and to get The up mild many and tiU"the during the .

The terror which men h/ive blind. le gets to his place of business late. prove satisfactory 1C Is the fault 01Mr. [ from holding; meetings. They have night.of amp-Root ii soon extraordinaryeflect realized
Barnard. He used the material I I met regularly and accomplished. I Too Much Mutlo. 1ffl 98 Pr/t St.IIIIUtC'1 PAL7f,
ly deserted their fortune and their O n the way he moves like he didn'toare I f time time It stands the highest for its wonderful
rom to and never turned I much. ''I like churches to provide fine
families to escape may be shut out whether ior {not .he got titers dI own but four oars, and afterwards muc of the lost distressing canes.

by a little netting. f spoken to by a friendly senior all I old these to the City Electric rail So: fur we have heard of only two sic at all times said a prominent Swolp-ROlls pleasant to take tfid ii (((JIJL.:
of Jacksonville. pew Junior societies, those In Pomona clergyman, "but there are cases on I sold by all dugist in fifty-cent andcic.doIlar f Z1
Upon such little things/ do the destinies he answer he gives Is a grunt or an I w av I
'Ihe following have received und Interlachen both Ii I record where the music has been given! o You may have a
of humanity bang. i die stare. During work hours he Isnrelesa from MaJ. Thomas we, presidentof the Nortltenstern, district .%.nd holding/ ; too prominent a place. sample bottle of tins wonderful new dis- Let us know your

The terror of the old day fed Itself r c slovenly and seems to benxlous Dutton bank : ,meeting In Congregational churches "An eloquent brother divine from cocry and a book that tells all abut it. 1 I

-by fear the epidemic wa.lmmeu.. a about !doing no more than Gainesville FI..., June 26, 1008 built Just alike only. the "churcl South Carolina once told me that going both sent free by mail. Address, Ki.mer

Drably increased. Desertion of the il Is share. Sent' on an errand, he I This is to certify tbat we have uxeduterlachen tipiieH tint. Pomona are placed edifice on than opposite that side in In o r to preach at a strange church be was I writing& Co., Dngbomtol N.this Y.generous' : Grocer I

and the dead left them gravel building roads I, taken aside by a deacon, who whispered melltol
stricken make his absence from the tore or a nd find It: a very satisfactory mater- I lerlachen.Ilev. offer m paper. Don't make any f

prey to mosquitoes that Imbibed i hop as long lu possible. He even i itl. It does not become bocriry nnd t Boone, pastor of th'e 1st, : mistake,but remember nllUeSwamp'

from them the poison and spread It ants to be mealy by smoking cigar wet as the ordinary clay road. Weicommend Christian chuicli In Jacksonville, 'Beg pardon, sir, but I must ask Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the fi Wantsand |
: you not to preach longer than ten or address, Bmgliauitoo, N. Y. ou |
c among thousands. etta at his work Just because he sees I r it to anyone in need of hoes many wla things aDd amom(C bottle. every.
a flrsr-class cheap material In road the latest was the asking; hlsju. twelve minutes. It's the music that I
What a forcible Illustration of the g rown men doing the same. He ullding. Signed, nlnr society to have complete chargiof tbe peoplo come bere for.' j we will be pleased !

world-old truth that all the plagues, watches the clock or whistle and \Y. It, Thomas, 1'rcg. a Wednesday' evening praye "That was wrong. But worse aUI I A Card Table Romance. ; furnish with the beei t S

the disasters, the afflictions the sorrows r uns away. Ho goes not home, but Mr. W. S. Moore of Hawthorne I, in-eilug. or course they did so, act, was the case of a supply preacher 1 Speaking of the mania of some ao'lety you l

of mankind are due to maD'8 I t o the cool-drink place. He stays on s.t..t..aVe have used Interlachfii well. church famous fo Its anthems amcborunes. I women for gambling, a story is goods obtainable at eurpnir i
ravel. on the road here, also on the Tho North Gainesville told of an Interesting card playing
The romance -
and fears. society not notlclnf ingly low
Ignorance superstitious the streets or out at night. His lOon.'ey .tangar. I f prices
s trent from one depot to the other.mid I holds c which
I, hustings meetings regularl( the scraping was enacted som.
Today the civilized nations .are he blow in without, reference to Dud It good. The town n ill also each, month and an especially nice;I rose and began to tuning preach,of when fiddles the. ago In London: years : : None but First-cluB gocdi

working as never before to muster h Is mother's needs or wishes. He use more for sidewalks. The town piogrnm Is planned to coax out an A rich '
)I choir leader jumped and shouted very man ant playing ecarte : find shelf room nere. We
and prevent tho spread of tuberculu- h us outgrown Sunday school. Whose ouncil will give you a good recomnxndatlon I- member who might, like man1 C up with a pretty whom
at their next angrily to him from the choir loft at: gill be Intensely,
meeting. 8"nlnrlllot ; want to convince of thii
"enjoy business meet, : iou ,
t III.-tbe "great white plaguo" corn- Is he? Which admired. Rite .
boy boy will innke the Mr. W. B. Baker of Hustle states: h ugs." tbe other end of tbe church: wont ou recklessly staking
monly known as consumption ills. uccessful man of business !and good "''We have used two cars of Inter- In Ullmoru the Juniors had .'Sit down man! When It's your her money till ruin stared tier In BO come and see for yourself,

ease before which medical science at c Itlzen? Which will become the l achen gravel find It O. I{. If the share In the nnnlversary exercise a large/ turn we'll tell you.' the face. j or, phone your order in t

: present stands almost helpless. d..ad.b..t-DI.Suto County News. would reight rate were not so high we" when In May Iho senior organization "Doubles or quIte" said the tempter. j No; and it nil) receivt

Brazil baa recently Inaugurated n use a great many more ours. was a jt'Hr old. The Juniors hay Joys of the Interne. Sue assented know'Ing that aha could I 8 I
which I la Robertson and Lhe street com- onlv been. a real 'society since March I "If could never pay She lost. : prompt and careful atten
It you
campaign/ by hoped to aocouipllati I nltteeof Ocnlastate nlxo that tbe see some of the vicious "
p decisive Old Fashioned Wit. nterlacheu' mateilal and befoie that time were a part ifolder home treatment applied to "Yourself or quits." said her oppo tion.
an results In the fine to cover cuts, the I
II hi*
The folk,
standard< of wit varies from time society, and so had a nent.Agalu.
eradication of tuberculosis. have over the lime rock streets. IfOcala young Interne at liellevue said, "you'd I I
as right to the Free delivery
to Christian
tlmu. What for the erj.iv EIId..v..r j
passes genuine the :
(tact the same special rate as Paliitknwe wonder at the comparatively few Ih'l summoned al her wits
been secured la the case of yellow article blrtt' llY. cases I
at "
ono period without challenge would be and looked
sending gravel there of tetanus. If straight tbe face
fever. The plans for tho 18 nt another condemned Hut Pomona, Juniors when their a playful mongrel pup 11
inovenifii' na puerile. r glit along.V "Are you proposing to "
snaps at you the east side knows ; marry me? she I L. C.
1 nvolveau expenditure of $1,230,000.; Stories were cammonly told of Beau \ could mention other cases but ""ik commenced, begun right away tbe I that I asked 1 Stephens
lu di.> vunsliliin work only tblng to do Is to put some of I
.J but the /government feels Justified Ic k. Brummel and Ills friends which there lilnk( It unnecessary at this rime. by sending a the hair of the He nodded. "
4 l ettt-r uf good-will to the dlstiiciMuclquarters dog that did the
We that bltlni
'-ew Is good reason to believe to be regret our material has I I Ua
pending that amount because tuberculosis authentic I. -tbe hair won the and the made
in must be game pair j
but wlilcli would c lot been given a fair trial in the cllv Jacksonville ant. from that partlculm Orocer,
causes one-fifth of all tht now bo regarded of' Palatkik. or on the county roads tils greeting signed by even the dog-Into the cut They come with in one of tho happiest unions known In I "

deaths occurring In that country. as too illly for credence. The lad the five miles of road between'alatka ; smallest of the members, of coors cubes reeking with all the filth England j Kirby and Morris Streets,
famous man about! town once laid a pleased the Ial'
3k In our own country the ravages u ii and Francis been constructed ofllc..ravery Inable-the dirtiest cobwebs the,
wager with tb. prince regent that he by a practical road builder who much.. garret for Instance, KNOW IT Florida.
the disease are most serious ainunvpersons i would see tho greater number of cats understood the buxlnesB from foun- GRACE A. TOWNSEND. more are even WELL Palatka,
from 15; to 15; years of ugeWlinlti It tho prince chose which sldo of laIon to completlon.lt would have' made of a chew as of a poultice than those,: 'aniillar

these ugu limits, one out u, Regent street t tie pleased. As the result Ueen nil, object lesson road for. the A tobacco Two boyi Feature 'Vei r rrI W.
Sermon of came .I.iliIi rrrr
the rErr
Brummcl inw about ,'ounty.We Curb. 1 recently the same day with I to Hundreds of
deaths Is twenty while
every tour due to tubercu A l'llntkl
game of tag was lu full swing cuts which cigar butts
have made several bad been
loa I... Of all deaths lu all ages out. the prlnco Icact not encountered one the city of Pnlatka, endeavoring propositionso among bait a dozen little children IDa bound down because, they I Citizens.

In every eight In due to this "whitplague. e tie was asked to explain tba system to get our material 1 on some street I Uproper tenement block east. of Second ave, they don't chew tobacco. You explained can';I I riia A familiar. burden In every homo uropean .
on which bo lind gambled and of "bad "
did so a b ok. Hestanra.
." shape HO that It would be glvin nue. Two of the youngsters were girl convince the east side that It's A
thus: It was a hot and wrong Inme a week or nil buck
very morning achIng
test. Our last .
a oiler to furuish of about seven. Tbree Don't waste time
'Ibe International Congress on George IV., v> lo lilted to take bis LIve were sturdy but clean the wound I Tells yon of kidney Ilia. rurulshed
ease car or more at actual of
Tuberculosis which is to be held i U choHo tho shads' side of the street But uudlng the material boys of about the game age. It was a lentllcnlly. pray> for good luck and I loiin', Kidney Pllln, will you BathsAt
wan accepted cur Cold
Hot and
t Wellington from :September:: 21st uOuiuber ) cats llko sunshine and gratified the In bv the city council and we were ii cl. because remarkable of the game of tag-remarkabl le yell Dispatch.'Next! -New York Cor. Plttsburi,I 'I i tI:'l.ra la Piilutko teatlnionv to prov.Mra. .

liltb will give. treiiienduuImpulsa I, Inclination by sunning themselves In vised that the matter h/td been re'erred remaining participant. I ICtmrles
to the antl-tubi-iculosla large numbers, to the street committee with; This, too, was a boy, but eacb leg I Anna Daniola. living 00 Sixth: St.

Beau Nash's power to not. We were Illtormedlater from the knee down was Incased I In' English as Sung. Pal atka. tioruiH, .....: "Sines | Kuppr5iPalatka [ I'

inoveiuent lu the United !Htutes.: so fcucccssfrl" and wagors lie once were found not always himself however that one member of Iron bauds, and be was absolutely dependent ; I live opposite to a school where I Doa '. Kidney FIlls I ala feeling U"/l

And considering the accomplishments I- the street committee positively re- upon a pair ot crutches for sic III Carefully and constan mu- : belt-r than before In over a year. I *.uf.I -
of the medloul profession I ii Ii nonplused by a young woman at fused to have anything to do with locomotion. The children! hove y tulhl I fured severely from dull, nagging back-' F" .
Bath. Having bet that be would torise" the material. acquired dim i.h.11 and hn>l tne
the mastery of disease In the No player wa moro than cult art of inoRt dlBtroflnlra pain
p p..t a out of tbo girl, ho addressed We reuli u the fact that it Is nOlle little eager th to dropping a semitone a into through the kidney maloiis
.score years It Is not too much to expect bar with the remark that no doubt .1 he .if oucbuHinemi: if the oily of Palatku ceed cripple and not only did be sue, ': uta. But tho accent employed Is even I fi-lt 80 weak and l lame that Mornlnga I could I'o Business JU
that the day Is not fur dlstun was familiar with her Bible and hni.1 [Prefers[ to use and pay $2t:! uo par car frequently la tugging u stunt 7 more Interesting than the tone system. badly get around. A too frequent Man Mud Ot hers:
when will read the for Georgia gravel; III preference to player but It was surprising to not 5 Here I Is a favorite school ." .t tie aQ H
Ignorance give place to history of Tobit and his dog bow often song 1 kidney secretions.Uo ( "u. I have opened an oflloo with Mr Jj
knowledge and even the "whit'' ''Now," said be, "can you tell roe ti Sdog's Interluclien gravel ut half the cosi be eluded pursuit when another Jla.luvlY l..b., la garCea y.h mrTb. : tin oonlt>> aiiiioynnoe. Rending of Ford on Front street acid am P P
($12 EO to $1500 But was "It. Donu'uKidney
per car) what l'll'e and
plague" will be a terror of the name? The reply was i as remiss being much liu. do all kind. of etenoKraphlowrtttngwork. 0
past.Thu we do not understand in then. "Well thee wIth their I t
why you see, said "uby prouured ,
one of th UD I'rl'a&el box .
prompt as It was pertinent: "Ob, yes should be to Psnks the 'unny by lov.. < at J II either by ; ;
-- objections to little teh
any .Ip.
our pinto girls in a
) I' ph' o
explanation "If dldn'do Tsullps. .Iri.usturo. used them
sir. Ills we 't ,
election name was Nosh, and a very; Inn a few t.ulp. ss a butteciiy'. ttet.Da3rtnhlft
primary system 01 cars on some street as n that way be ." al wIng, ee.t'd. the _
couldn't b"'klh.were
,, Impudent dog lie was."London Globe sample. to show the results have any RI.h the araha of king. .,, coon bunot -
nominating candidates Is all right In ti hit fun."-New York Clobe.! I. the eaha. of .a wl. ann tris kt.tnsy \ ,
''p future. But icons ..h fair t.h kIn. ri'gul.r. normal 1 s"or.lol" beoate Vrlrate .
The principle U good and tint IHV ci Inll ... 1 ospllSanlarIul
In concluulon. ..It tnlr .cloo.
we wlxh to state tha All That Was Necessary. jon. t.h m.. 0118n told my friends'
governing the election needs I utinkering. Card Are Out. It III not our purpose In presenting! Two men Vote standing In a ... 'idwood flah. Dn.'a kldopy merit 01 .

1'' The law Is full cud com "I am glad Tour name la Mary," said this article to make It appear that "'to gallery picture B..t Wid For snit by Pila. .
Mr. Slowcoach to sweetheart have tho best road commenting on the dlfferen: l.b.LDdon teal.r. Price 50 cattLe 1..
whom material
-there Poater-Mllburn, :
and contain esseutla Academy. <
_ plele every artists whose ? Buffalo. New .
he .. work was York ."rwl.l.
bas been courting for several year*. me other materials) Just as good-bulwe exhibited. oolt a enti for the ,
provision fur arriving the unfram "Why so?" ebo askod. do claim that luterlitchen gravel, "WUnt do you think of Claymore's Th. Uulted State. "r.t';.

nieled choice of a majority of the "Because I was reading today and .lay or sand, whatever you may CI nIl -Portrait of Miss Lawrence?"' ..ked 1 toe a Tip Terror. lomem pr. the nlnle-Doal'aDd : :: .1 I, I:asPa1 :

fleeter. That I I''* us far as the law came across i line which said, 'Mary; Ir, Is all right and will prove antUfaotory to eat."But..: penny sicfor something PNOTICE..cit. tIe': ""

_ can go. If there are abuse there I la 1 Is tbo sweetest name tbat a worn when applied In the right one."It's a good dual flattered. ,*) said the 70u've got sixpence -- ;; C u n'Jb-
way ID
ample law to corn< ct them If ouly I Il It ever bore.' 'I I hanking you, Mr. Editor, for the other. band now Whtll tb.t for'" your 3 .JL ju\tv7a9 -
l Iii Invoked and the Telegraph b I-- "Tbat I* etlcally expressed.:: I'ye publication of this und with the "Ab, then, you've seen bert Who la "Oh, tip the waiter Sir.Londoa ." Cream I .

haves It should be Invoked In eaoand heard my fttber say It to mother promise not to I Impose on you at such sue?' Glob., Vermifuge I tka., Florida, June 17IQ t
whOSe name la Mary. It 1 Is from n length soon a alli. I by>? tics
soc no 1 haven't r..oelvedi
every violation, but we do not tbe least Idoa" was th II Bids wilt be
poet. Isn't Itf Yours respectfully, crIsp response. "Never Bsezlumbsts Council ol the City of l)1llm1h5,0July l
\believe should net whlmslca saw her
we up la Bad
mj I a. Dialect THE I ins oOl.l
"I believe 10. INTEBLACHEN GRAVEL Co. life, but I know Southern GU1RIHTEE8 2Ut nt 'p. in., for I complaint against the primary *ys- "But I've heard my father the J. blm.-Youtb'. Com people have much to tlon of thousand B" bU I
say ire Harper Wylie, pnnloa. the article. In bar I sight ||lbk
tem nor be lead Into abolishing th is. was even a sweeter name than Mary." Heey:! ; and Manager.Hello ample, In WhIch the magazines. WORMREMEDY ((8,000) square yards of grno" ,

mode of making party nomination "I think be must have been mistaken try to nortbtr COntylbUtoat sidewalks, "ooordln to Pi JoI|.

: because a tew disappointed olllc ," until.. the lover a* be tenderly Tills ,..epN pole to give put ont dialeeth It'.enough t I ep-cifoatonllin the "rigid, to'
new lint I the
I seekers find It did not -rve their pressed hla sweetheart's band. suit my hair nt nil. got doesi li-i DIXIE ICE CREAM!I: too New.. beezlnmbo.Galv Ve I cuuncl all blda.' ma FOF I 0 ItJeo.

purpose all well at they had hope taken."No." I dou't think be was ci he- Maud-Well, dear, and which are -_ _ I \ I address City Enginm' Eve'

_., If we gave herd to the whim or you going to change Can be land and frozen In 10 There Ii mode I ton .1. E. CleAn, VIY
non 80
"Hbnt wns tbe other Dome1"A minutes but lr
would at cost of may both /t CHILREN'S 'fRIAY, (
these. person we be continually asciI help b FAVORI A. T.

-r changing from primary, to convention beautiful Bush suffused tbe maid- Tha mother who would be horrified at th. One Cent a Plata. 1. Stand! In fear of tih.and .erlc 1 .. .sews. .. .. ..,. .. TONIC .
en's cheek, Ibo silken lashes fell and of and .
thought tottIng "" -
herdniiKhtor wnnilvr Stir pwer nakindness eU" ,
a (
and from convention to prlmar.3.. veiled the lovely. eyes, and, In a ton to:.strange country without, KUltta ny satin away', content of one 13c, package tat. even of the, meaest ot mo Balard-Snow Liniment Most .ova say that we '
_ ym permit her toentur tlmt unknown ot/ Co. JJUTTEB. In 011
t. When we bad the convention they ax soft a* the whispering of ,, limit BEST .
an a 00. Konmnlionil) wtthiiutcmiiutel' or caution. ii han JelI-0 ICE CPU! Power I 10UI., MO it -
told ua It wa a cesspool of curru''p. linn harp she murmured: In, utter liinnranoe. tha:: maiden met, roi-ef: 1 Sold and take their word for ;
ohynlual pnililomi who aolutlon recommended
tlon and we changed to the prluiara ) ""Wlfel"-I.oodon! Answer. her.whets future, tire j>r. Fierce'.will rnvorttM affect into a quart of milk and freeze $100 Reward Ackerman by
,'... $100.
orl ptlon tin* tooivwflll nutned a Qoil-iiend, No Stewart.
- a mean of deliverance fioui ou' A Specimen of Cockney Humor. to wom.n" leorrsei.' "IrrvKulnrltlee and I'Impiiru else to cooking, no beating nothing I ,. < SUBSCRIBE FOR TSB
manifold sins. Now they tell u* th,,' Cockney humor consists la each TlKoroim vltnllly to tne delta.... add. Everything but the I.Th".. ...."this. ViPer with b. pl..d Stop. Itching
merely fca
Hu and milk In si I' I
womanroriutni an them' for their Impor the package. drrati InBIltl.. Cures flMfS.Ul0
; primary I* corrupt and want u* I 10 Ignoring the horrible or tragic aide 01 t tint rimntlon. Vlany a nervoim, byelerloal l lYOtnil Satisfaction S b.I.: ": been I. :.:.0' 'ure Ia iccis.sll lie ezeml salt tatter Itoh hlve8 plies, FLORIDA
nnevlHli Khl baa been Changed to a happy gaaruntetd. I. .. ,
- go back to the convention. It look a funny situation. Everybody know I woman. after' the linn or "FnvorltA, F're. This makes S quarts of the mwtjet' 'I : cure now Iiatl'sCatorh hntwn t, any IIc"bl-Daa'.Oln\ml'. A' Tha ct.eat SSaIS P.pI'
trkuitlty. drug
like the but thing/ to do I. to py nattention the old story of tbe cockney Inugbln .0,11'on"the|areNas' line eMtahllib famlnlne.tho sound heulth of delicious Ics cream moat Siitiii, tul die.,. usquir C5tirrlt,, bpI I,', a eU"D"Y '
you ever ate.
a I'
J'fI irnalnets. T.A.I.y,1 itictiosiSh.
to them.-Starke Tele. after a flr*. 'Jump, fool I I* I :' Not a | but, the "irarorlte Pre. FivttCtml, : Cure cn..u".cai
yer silly irlpilon"ol Dr. Plen... aHpeolalUI In .b.d'. Cluat,!., Paeii"',.S,,..... ,. sect.,. lhn toiern.il W T. Tw.'.. .oaL.
graph. says. 'Me an' my mite'. got a blanket!* >....of women Ol knows oomHwltlon| wltu-' t"-'r,i."",* *_ Clout_,,,. ciUOou Surfaces 01 Ibupoa.b, sail' AUTED "

_- _-_____---__-_. An' '. did jump an' tbere warn't no out active,aluohol mmllolnMl or other I uanitnrouaillmulunlii: : the I packages 91c. at your grocera, iCr trot'Ig CC.the 'o"adaU.n 01 the''..Ih..by. a..1 d_ The Sem1.WeekymC3tuhh0 '

t Lieutenant Peary baa sailed for th. blanket, an' '. broke 'la bloomln neck I Lady, Slipper" root prlnulplenof of Black' uolden Cohoeh seal a anil.. or by miut If b. does not keep It.Itiumioscsd con.L"lon .M Se,5totInby butliu5.lul". lip.IoI I fo Farm, 0,L'.J9Enetjal..Dki3scgj ,Tbe farmer and fruit..CI"

stAunch lloosi Uiil.orn root 50,1 HlueCohMb root are eiIraoteil JIee.pe. flo. .. _. .UntClvS proPr..u. muOlt I.. I' tb. ftda* heue of tb ., .
north pola on the ship Laugh? I ..en't laughed ao muchP! frnm eaub' hv the UM of ehemigi thee" Ih In ,, <. ..t ,
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pure trlpla-nflntd$ to food Co. 1. Iha'I 't 'il1 "u
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I Crescent City News LAKE COMO First Silver Wadding.
Mrs Anderson and daughter of The first silver wedding dates back

"' --- -- -- -- -- -- Palatka, who have buns the guests; to the time of Hugue Capet. The servo

for yourfpring Weather Report THE FOURTH of Mr. and Mrs Kd. F. Sullivan. ants, says Home Chat belonging 10 TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14, 1908t"Er 1'
I OF JUUY. have ruLurned to their home. him had grown gray In his service, a tlHAIN
Min Mmstmam ..
Ore.oon all, for the reek for; Crescent City Celebrates Witha Miss Leila. Prior has returned to man and a woman, and what could be No, 99Pally lfT; LINE ;JWf'IV; : yqer0
.DO. do its a reward? Calling the woman, __ _
my Julryrd. a Barbecue arid? Picnic-Big her homnflt.T ckH>>nvlll" nflcrnpcni,! pro il I'D nil, In '"i., ..'..101.... ........ .T 796ym 8&11.10
1 Jana' 7amtp.ra,9p.mt4hrat4h lngnever l wi-ekn" liero-her loiunihome. f ho sold: "Your service Jit grout gruutoi eat pmBllpm 10011) so Ar. et .,' '. .. eto ito se.
1y 117.1W. taturdsy....,:: 79 S: % t'/ Crowd Present !, than tbe man's, whose service Is great 752 pm 114.1 am 1v.::::.:::::::. aa11; ,{;.. ::.:::.::.::.:.:t D4pm pu ett.m +
Seed Sunday .. TO iS 8t ft The 1 211 pm I Lv ............. .frro"" .................I.v ill pm aes am'
arden an, Monday..... 7a lib ta r. Fourth of July celebration at Mist Phohn. Piilniff of Jacksonville enough for the woman always finds II a6 pm 1 in umU I.v .......... .....I..yl..I.v Aid pm .au .10
"" Tuesday': '.... "< 7BN, VII 78 Crusuent for the work harder than a man and therefore 1010 pm in'' pal J.v......,.... 'II' IIlo..I.v, 200 pin 88S so
Jul9 City year of our spent the Faulth with her piin-nis. it 18 pm B'JU pm Lv. .111. ... ..........Lv 111 pm 555 am
t. Wodneidny.. 79 118 74 DII 74 Lord 1908 and of the I will give you; a reward. At four 1200 niiau4 4 II .I'nroa ... .. .Lv aa
Stock i 5. Thnraday, 7H* 74 Independence of D. K. DusenbPtry' whose foot, was ago I know of none better than a dowry am 4 in pin|>m4WJpm :::::::: :''.Itocklmlge..LV; : ; : ::::: :::::: Im po pro w am ''
New 8, Friday,.. ... n SJ n ft J3B the United States the one hundredand badly Injured, I III improving slowly, 12 B9 am l.v. iiiui: ; .. .. .. .J.v team
n. WILLIAMS. Ob.nrcnr. butcnrely. and a husband. The dowry Is here lK4 am buO pmV : 1 I.v.:.::::::::::::Mrmo"e.Le. ::: : :: ::: m: : i05 am
thirty-second, will go down it -this farm tram this forth boo 850 ama 00 l.v,.. ..,., it r6
Has JustArrived. the history of the town as the bIggest MrA. l d. F. Bulll vim's condition time 00 ain: eat I put pin: : Ar.l.v..,..::'.\i.'li.;; : :; Nrxuu.Lv: ; :::::::::: m ::: eNpm pm: q
longs to If this who bun
you. man ) eon am 10 ill .at .nnInhieIo..t I 5 6e un T 51
1 .'1N1''11''''''' event of the kind within the rerrwlnit about'the same. If no decided worked with you five and twenty 786 am Hilt:: I pm|:.Ill: Ar:.:.:::.:::......,N .....:::::::::::: :y 6011: am 520 Die m n
chnnge taken place this weak, +10 mtitle am ""760 tin LvAr.....,........... ,1I.n.1 .................Ar 4410 plD pm
$ Personal and Social. I memory of those now living here :years Is willing to marry ;you thou the am .1060 am ............ .Ibnnnst lum......,.. ,.. I.y .UO ''SOlI 'i
i The celebration was lucking some, she medical will probably attention.go to Syracuse for husband is ready.. ta oo pm ,.....,........". ,., Ar- =:. .KI''.!!!ht's .!'!.'!"C'!'.;. ...I, .::_".y......... am

\\t rt: ."''' '''''' what in orthodoxy in that then "Your majesty," said the old peasant Daily ereept Bunday t4mdnr., and Tlntedayaonly. l.r".1. Saturdays onl,. q
A large, party of Comoltca ...U"ndedtho "bow Is It possible that we should A"T'K'URANCH
and Toilet was omitted : 'I
ne Stationery Mrs. Dr, D. M. Reeves left last from its literary features cet br t.luu. of tlm Fuurtli atCrescent marry having already silver hairs?" -PAI, ."- }
week for prayer, the singing of patrlotlo City. A most enjoyable It EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO ArHv* ,rl,
Articles. a visit to her sons In Ala. "Then It shall be a silver wedding. ; ::: EaatPalalkK
bauin. songs and the reading of that Immortal diV| was spent and they were greatly And the king the couple sliver Palatka TO PALATKA PalMka. Palafka EAST PALATKA '

document whose promulgation pleased with the sociability of the enough to keep gave them In plenty. 550 ama ..........No. 40 Dnllr:::: .:: trust" 6 Ifl ,; ..",..::No. 47 Pally.....= 61A am'
MI. Anna Hutohlnson of Jackson- the crowd puoplu and the fine order that! pre ; e & am ......._.No. 4H Dully.........., 0 IQ! ninV Boo nmII15 ...........No. 4U IMIIy............ S20 am
villa la i the were met to celebrate. vailed. The barbecuod meat was doHcliiUK This soon became known all over eta am ......_.No. "60" nnlly........... 45 mil nmjno ?.........1<0. tl I..lly..........,1156 am
fund's Drug Store gu"stof her brother John No nation on earth has greater reason lUlU the ladies of the V. I. A. France and raised such enthusiasm thai 11 W am ..........No. Si I I'lo! phi pm ........ .Nn 88 1..11'.....,_... 510pm404pm
Hutchinson.J. ...-M..NO. M 47,, inn 4 fto ptn ....:..."iNoi &B D.lly........ 4DOpm +
to make publlo acknowledge. deserve much otetlltfor everything( ; It became a fashion after twenty-Ova 5M pm ..??_., .No. 8a IInn'.jj. 8""D' pin 7 on lim ..".......No. 67 Dully............ 795 pmS
\ Crescent City, Fla. i B. Shiver: Is boring for a. flowing; meat of Its thankfulness to the God also much credit Is due Mayor Borsen :years ot married life to celebrate a silver 750 01 ............1<0. ts 710=jiiu! ,800,jirn .,.,.....,..1<0. l r,9> llHllv.,.... ..... W pm ;

well In the lower end of the Frank. of nations than these United States, for feel his efforts welcome.in making"We everyone will wedding. SAN MATEO HRANCH __

t 11IIL1'1IIJ1.' ulll1lrlllllil"qllnllllliJIIII1IIII" : :, Buck grove.; no nation is so rich in songs of patrlotlsm come again., very" After returning home, I11sv. EAST Locus SAN MATEO TO Anlv.

Miss Minnie Buky of Pulatka. -songs which stir the blood some of the party attended the dance The Treasury Vaults. FalatteaSM TO SAN Dally..I jArolVtl- I Melon:: EAST PALATKA pcOya
a was -- --
held at Pomona, which was greatly The first question the average visitor amB ...........No. 411 ;;; ) tee .;,; ::... .No. 50"" Dally..eso i 1,
pp4OWYGWW Y4 the quest( of Mrs. O. H. Preston over and make for love of country-and enjoyed, a number of people being to the United States treasury lit pm ...,.......No. M Dully ...... '!:) V l )jiinHa. ... ....... N,. 114 Dully.. ............ 400 pm

Saturday and. Sunday, no nation under heaven ever began present. building asks is, "Couldn't burglars .11 ( 1'10.10 1'10.11 r MAYPORT" No. 18 1 1Iu.0II No.M: I

.M.., H, READ, Hon. W. B. Sadler. assistant state political life under such charter. I I Services were held in the M. E, tunnel under the vaults and rob the Dally I Dally Dully RANCH Dally' I .- I Dolly Dally ,

auditor spent and A charter whose principle declaration cliurce morning. !Mrs. Rosa- government Well that is not likely; v.--; 'i I. ;; 7 I Iu "'
Saturday Siiiiduj Sunday: : soopml i l w pm Oil anvil,I I.e .Lnkronvi'IL, i Ar on am llUO] pm 800pmft *
EAL ESTATE. In town on a visit to friends. -a "self-evident truth"-must lid Blood led the Epworth League An armed guard sits beside the vaults. S.O pm 340pm tat 11'tt.jl. ,. I'ftttlo' J. ,,,,'11 LV !*" nm lOHum am 20 pm
meeting which was, interesting Every twenty minutes he is requiredto set pm. 9 4I> pin j Ill vl n ,nlv. Mini.II.' il-iu-ft\ l.v I Illl .m H&pmBOO
James Morrow remain for all time as the great very r-': ?! Tiopml 801. nm II" 1 ""J'tc.c.'I, _a I''.. _60tl nm, 1 ''UO.m pmMo.
I Crescent City, Fla. of Wauohula., spent ring an alarm Just to show that he \, : !J a
stumbling block of oppression and Mrs. LOB Smith and Mrs. Nettie ; Mn 4 N', 9 10
No S No l I 1'10.1: .
a. few days here last. week on a. visitto tyranny. EMplur of Pomona were. visitors .In Is awake. An armed patrol makes the Dafly I Daily Orange City /Inl') I .Dally. Dilly Snnforil Branch fullyx.Hun.
his son, Chas. H. Morrow tow: recently. rounds hourly. Secret service men In n:. SliD ...8I1n. 8-.81'1 Il/r. u", I L "1111. rX !"111. "P J
fie Howe property (Jresk Hut the orator of the day, Hon. B. wltb concealed ,: tin ,, ." 6141' I.e, Tltm.vllle' 1280: Dm
plain clothes, weapons 140 pm 9mam I. Now HIII run ft" |ten il ,pal am I y'
k Hill"-Is now on the mar- Mist Nellie Fry of Palatka terminated I" J. Hllburn of 825 toaotm Lv. Lake IJdliMi I.. 'I'BI' visit of Palatka, made this WELAKA NEWS NOTES. keep watch and ward outside and Inside SOT pin 10"Mam" 'Orange city f.v'197n'I > |,I"1"11 4 I I"' pin ... ..................._.. ...."........ ,
a two weeks with Mini Immortal pro ,. .. .. .... ..... .. ............ ,
document the'text for a the building. As to tunneling, the 840 m 1\OO.m Ar. Oral|_|a A.Jb.: .Ji'Jjn; ; I.jm I li"liin, il _". i ..... : .. .. .... "

articular attention given to Lucy Chamberlin last Monday. really eloquent and patriotic oration Bishop E. O. Weed preached at officials hold that if a man by kny possibility Oonnentlnna,fl 1,10 fir_'C""": ,_:'-Cj L', .. r.r 'C.v_ rVtst wad Hafna

lucent City property listed I Miss, Stella. Benham of Jackson- that: occupied about 80 minutes for the Episcopal church here last Sunday : should manage to bore underneath _Tb... TIHK 'r.Ht.iH- O.L- ,l,:;: ll.i I. .4 at ...1t;!.'t. trtiltiM; limy l>;"Axpot"*l to .** '
villa came for the Fourth of ire and the services were well .t- a vault the heavy metal would rite and depart from eteavendsoinn.h.ilbnlrrrivII. ; ..r t me. up July delivery so that this greatest of stated !. no/uariknteail., Hunt 'e. ili 4 ..i>.Jvn j livid Jtnutl luuiiuimlbl for soy delay P PFor
eneerteeenn7trseee. celebration, returning on Monday state papers purely American in Its tended. I Inev. crush him to a Jelly; thus administering ..enne1uen"arldytler.to.n, .1_ __,' _- __ ____ _
Norton of Jacksonville conception, was not wholly Mr. Black held services herein a lasting !gold cure. Even If the C."y of the l.nrnl TI'. r ; 'r,1 i". O..l..r..uo..
Klngsbury neg-- the Methodist church south, lost tunnel burglar should get away with .. N h '
spent the Fourth and the two ot: lected. Sunday. --- I his life he could not get away with J.D. RAtfNE. Aaslstant Qnuaral1Pi rn AKt S f. FLORIDA
| :I.: Sparks: : +
three with The hour for the speaking in .rarm -
following days his parents was much !gold. Ten thousand dollars In -- --- ---
number from Nashua
Quite n
Dentist. Mr.and Mrs. W. C. Norton. the hottest part of the day and It 3i'Byton Island and other poluts were double eagles weighs thirty-eight ----------

't Raymond Guthrie, young Ulan wall hot-very hot. But the bust in town on the Fourth; climbing a pounds. Forty million dollars In !gold
-.- compliment to the the for u ham while suck certificates of the $10,000 denomination
o speaker was greasy; pole
from Cortesi Mnultoe ter-
I .at Bealdnnoa on Prospect Btrnofr.ItOltv. '. county fact that the hall was full of people md potato ranvs and various othor weighs eleven and a half pounds. AtIatktIs1ttncGoes

Florida minated a pleasant two weeks visit and that all remained seated until ;ames and sports were Indulged; In,. Even burglars prefer the gold certificates R R.
with J. L. Burton last week
Major to the real thing.-Buffalo Times
the last word had been uttered. Mr. Mrs. F. (J, Coohrane, Miss Helen,
d j Johns River by Daylight.leach Mrs. J. E. Wells and daughter, Hilburn isn't one of Fourth of Hasten Frederick and Morris. Coch- ,
Oracle, of bison came up for the r"n8. came up from Palatka duringthe Journalistlo Rovsngts.
July orators who have a habit of week and are at their home 1
pant of the in
Miller Line Fourth and spent a few days the The curious boycott: press
grabbing the American Eagle by the on River Front, had Everywhere
tbe Berlin parliament a precedentIn 1f
guests; of Mr. and Mrs J.V.. Long.
ftenmor] CRESCKNT.jackiouvllKonTuMdays all feathers and pulling them Justto A number of our citizens visited the mother of parliaments the British f
The Baptist church while withouta hear the bird scream. He doesn't Palutka during the week. house of commons. A writer in

-. pastor, will hold Its regular; weekly string a lot of eloquent platitudes together Ex-Gov. Fleming and Dr. A. D. Harper's Weekly recalls that the per North South East and West.

,Thursdays prayer service' Sunday evening commit them to memory and Williams were In town during the son Involved was no less a celebrity ,

lays at cao: a. m. for Uroen Cove instead of during the mld-week as spout 'em like a valedictorian on the week on business connected with the than the late Daniel O'Connell. Be "

....Mnt Oily and principal Way formerly.Mrs. lalf-shell at a Junior high school Welaka mineral water. condemned the Inaccuracy of the parliamentary Consult the "Purple Folder.

Clay Orable with little chil- commencement. No he's rather cl... Mr. and Mrs. John Dallow took a reports but ba forgot to
|ngl.avMOM ientelt7on Wtdnoays launch party down the river to make allowance for acoustic difficulties
and Monday at 7 a. m. dren Is here on a visit to relatives, liberate in his utterances; states Nashua lust. Sunday.: and the buss of Intervening conversa

vlll whirl footot Laura Btroet. and is dividing her time between, historic fants and draws lussons The ladles of the Methodist church tion. lie charged the reporters with For detailed information, rates, schedules, reservations,

,m Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Morrow and therefrom, and at times gets so south, held an Ice cream festival at : the malicious suppression of his speeches

wharf foot ollAmoo ott. Major and Mrs. J. L. Burton. warmed to his subject that he forgets the residence of Mrs. E. ti. jh'een : and the gallery tben refused to report see your nearest ticket agent, call on or write to .
tbe week the proceeds going him at all. Dan stormed and
-- Mr. and Mrs E. N. MaXill and his deliberation and grows positively during ;
to payment of debt on the church.J. thundered in vain, even moving that

LARK, Traffic, Manager, chlldreu of Palntka came up for the several eloquent.times last He Saturday.did that thing The : H. Green and !Miss Ellen Omen the ringleaders be brought to the bar A. W. Fritot Frank C. Boylston ,
Fourth and Mrs. Maull and the children of tbo bouse. Finally he apologized ,
last Fri
In town
Jacksonville. Fla. of Fruitland were
will remain for a. few days the people enjoyed his speech -, and all was well. Lord Lyttleton In187i 4
Division Passenger/ Agent. Passenger! Agent'
guest of Mrs. J, L. Maull, who has After Mr. illlburn's oration the day.The Welaka Mineral I Water Co. expect fell foul of tbe press in the same

V. 3.TORREY. again opened her town home. lev. Dr. Spencer: was Introducedand to begin work on their Casino way and the late Lord Monteagle bad ATLANTIC COAST LINE Jacksonville ])'11\. n

witha read a short poem appropriate and bottling works within the next his name omitted from London news ti
The steamer bright
taker and Embalmer. to the occasion. That ended the 80 days. paper reports tor two :years because be
new steel hull and new paint out- said something the reporters did not
literary part of the celebration.The .
Work will begin a hotel
soon on
fcie of Caskets and Coffins side and in; Its machinery overhauled like.
people began to come in from here and we am all very much pleasel
one and In perfect condition, its the about 880. U as it Is much needed. '
country : By
cabins renewed, and everything A GOLDEN WEDDING Our Only Place of Business
AT CITY FLORIDA o'clock the street In the neighborhood There will be a tacky party nt the means that man and wife have livedto

thoroughly overhauled made its appearance of V. I. A. hall-on the groundsof Veloka Social Club house next Tuos- ; a good old age and consequently have is at address below where we carry iu stock a large supply of

on Its regular run last Sat- which the picnic wits held-was day night, July 14th ; everybody Is kept benltby. The best way to keep Engines, Boilers;! Saw Kill, Edgers, Planers, Shingle Machines,
Invited dancing from 9:90: until 12.
2Ht City Transfer Co. urday. This popular steamer never ; healthy la to see that liver does lie
filled with teams. They were from your Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws Belting/ and '. .
looked better to the people here than duty Slt5 days out of 3(18.( The only way
i trains at descent City Juno- Seville, Denver, Georgetown Fruit. to: do this Is to keep Hallurd'a Ilerblne Supplies. Write us what you want, we can supply yon and save you

now laud. Welaka, Huntington, Como, In tho house and take It whenever jour money. .: I
Ight trains by .ppolntm nt. Hon. John Wesley Davis of St. Pomona, and all tae country b..- Clay" and the Salary old member Grab. liver gets Inactive. 60o per bottle. '

8. M. LABEEE._Manager. Augustlu a spent Saturday and Sunday tween. Crescent City hasn't seen day"Qulnu"I beard, said you an worrying about one the Bold by Ackurman-Stewart Drug Co. Malsby Co. I'

here the guest of Dr. and Mrs. such a representative gathering of (nlleaao. Did you ever hear tbe story (In Forbidden Pluois.

U. F. Sprague, and all hU old friends peninsula people before In years. of Clay and tho salary grab?" A very large, mastiff ut one eud of a W S. '

\. HARRIS, were pleased to "greet, him. He's the The crowd on the grounds has been "No: ," I replied cash and u very small girl: at the other 449 ForsythSt.Atlanta .

t same Jolly gentleman as In the old conservatively estimated between- "Whon -Clay was speaker," be con end formed a combination which attracted .-

Barber, lays, but he's certainly divorced from five and six hundred. One man limed, "along about 1810 the crowd tho attention of a casual pedestrian -r-- Ga. "

CRESCENT CITY Crescent City and Is now a loyal, en. started to count the children under raised their salaries to $1,500 a year. In a quiet side street.
of the oldest There was a great howl all over the Tbe little girl doubtless thought that
huslustlo 12 of' and quit when he
f years country, and when Clny reached home she was taking tbe dog out for an airing
Shop njd, a clean, sntlsfao- town had counted\(). There were many In Kentucky he found old one armed but the big animal himself appeared t

ave and Hair Cut guarnn-; The Sacrament of the Lord's Supperwas more,-possibly 125 Joan Pope a Federalist, out after his to have the Impression that he was

Try me. tf. celebrated at the close of the On the grounds east of the hall scalp to beat the band and all the Clay the leader of tho expedition, and beyond The Palatka News

morning service at the Presbyterian and under the trees the long tables adherents ominously silent. Worried question, the balance of power ,

Sacks Wanted. church, last Sunday morning. Rev. had been erected for the dinner and and anxious Clay sought out his old was entirely on his stile. lie dragged

brchnse corn, oat, feed, cot. James C. Dorward preached at both near by was a pretty booth of greenin barber who had always been entbuslstlc the girl along despite her scolding and

I hull and potato sacks I if In service and which the ladles dispensed Ice In his advocacy and wbo hap expostulations at a pace which_ kept
dltton.' the; morning and evening pened to be an Irishman. 'I trust I her breathless $1.00 the Year.

PAI.ATKA. lOB FA.OTORV. the day closed his pastorate of the cream. Lemonade and ice water may count on your hearty support as Suddenly either from a whim of his ,

church. Mr. Dorward expects to was lu barrels, where the people usual Clay asked. 'Faith Mr. Clay own or because somebody bad been In

eave soon for the mission work of could help themselves.A said the Irish barber 'I think I shall the habit of taking him there, ba dart-

his church In Africa. big beef and a hog had been vote at this time for the man who can ed through the swinging doors of a

barbecued on the grounds throughthe get but one hand Into tbe treasury.'" corner saloon. The -girl looked horrl-

;ry Serious Rev W. A. Louder, Methodist pastor night by a Mr. Uoudy of Seville -Success Magazine Dod;.but, clinging! determinedly to her KORRECT SHAPES WON'T BREAK
circuit preachedto
of the Volusla her
... end of the leash abe followed
and this meat was to
H' a very serious matter to ask ; a good sized congregation in the the dinner hour perfection N..d.d a Big Doi. charge and as tbo doors swung shut
When arrived. Mr
'e medicine and have the Auditorium last Sunday afternoon. The president of the Walters' club of behind her the casual pedestrian heard

one given\ you. For ibis At the close-of the service Mr. Louder Sam Neal aa oarver-iu-ohief, helpedall New York In a recent argument on tip this exasperated remonstrance:

vi. urge you In buying announced that there would be comer, and they came fast and I ping said to his opponent sharply: "Oh darnfound Itl! Don't ;you know

ueful to get the genuine. service In Crescent City the first furious for a time. "Tour reply Is altogether beside the ladles don't go there? fa only a. place

In each month hereafter, The contents of more tbun a hundred point and Irrelevant. It reminds me of for men!"-Philadelphia Ledger. e
baskets were spread on the n woman's reply In a German court. -q
CKDRAUGHT'Liver services
for n time these '
and that tables and when dinner was called! This woman was accused of poisoning Qu..p Finding.

Medicine would be held In the new Baptistchurch the sight was great.. It them was a )lor busbnnd. Tbe prosecuting attorney "Come and watch me teed my star t
which had been generously said to bert fish." I&t( 1Ij1j
l repuuilon of this old, rndiclne (; tendered by the officials of that good thing to eat that wasn't on those 'You have heard the evidence. The The curator of the aquarium led the .
tables U hasn't been named After
for constipation, Icon -. church. For the August meeting. body contained enough arsenic to kill reporter to a tank where a- half dozen
and liver trouble Is firm. 5re
the dinner there was in< visiting
libllshed. It does not imitate Mr. Louder stated that he would arrive ten pel'llous.Vhat have you to say?' starfish tripped over the sandy bottom
until 2:1)0:) when the spanking oc '
the 'My husband the woman answered -
adiclnes. It la better than on the Wednesday before on slim brown fingers.
or it would not be the fa- Sunday and. would hold service curred. 'wns a big eater. "Grub time, boys," be said and he
\ liver powder with a larger first and Including And after the speaking the hall dropped Into the tank six mussels. sIj
to ; .v
Ln. all others combined. each evening uu was cleared for the young people to Trouble Ah. d. The fish ran'to the mussels. Each ap 4 4.

SOLD IN TOWN PI Sunday. dance. Mr. and Mrs. Mathls furnished Parke-Old man we've known each plied his stomach to the hinge at the S, rtI
Among the prominent visitors the music' While the young other for years, and It does seem lack of the shell. Silence and Immobility

for the Fourth were Mr. and Mrs. E. danced the older ones visited. strange that our wives have never ensued. I P Pl

W. J. Parrish of West Palm Beach people met Don't you think it would be a "The gastric Juice of the starfish.
Several old citizens told the NewsIt
Bid Tim. Drunk.nnasi. and Mrs. Will Gautler. of Miami. !good Idea to bring this about said the curator. "Is now melting the
Mewing "Tbe Early Married : MesdameeParrlsh and Oautler are reminded them of old times-the Lane-Seems to ma that's rather a binges of flesh that bold the mussel'

aria Josvpba. Lady Statiley." W. D. Allen of early days of Crescent City. Well hard way of doing It. shells together. Ah look there's one

on Spectator comments oa the daughter.* of Cnpt. Mr. Parrlsh they those were indeed good times If they "Doing what?" melted now. There's another. It's the?'

I.which drunkenness was rept Frultland and with Allen were like the Fourth of July 1008. "Getting rid of each other."-Life. most powerful !gastric juice In the
the beginning of the nlne- drove over with Capt. and Mrs. The public estimate of the picnic world.

ntury. There was1 a chrlsten- to enjoy the plonlo. Mr. Parrlsh U spelled with one word ot seven' Throw a Brlok on It First. One by oar: their hinges destroyed, m

vlnn and rejoicing among the formerly resided at Frultlund but SUCCESS. Arctic Explorer's Wife doodby the IUUBSO! hliollM opened, and Into the e 1
Utters- a / 0
p. tenonta and' laborers. "All for the past ten 'years or more has is due largely to John dear. Arctic Explorer-Farewell, onanlngx tho Ktui'tluli! thrust their stomachs.

ts," says 'Maria "were as been a prominent business man of That success my love. Arctic Explorer's Wife And, More silence, more Immobility. h
I ever had tbe .pleasure ofpy Palm Beach. The News wishes Mayor and Mrs. Borsen, who planned John be sure that the Ice Is! perfectly I 'Then a llttlu plumper at the heart

one." Among the laborer, West mention all the pleasant if and who were its moving .afe,-Judgo.! the starfish went tripping daintily oft, THE WORLD-FAMOUS ,.

"that extent of Intoilcatloa It could In town that day spirits during the entire day. I but the mussel shells lay open and BURT CBu: 3PACHAR.DnORRECTSHAPE d

reached which causes men toheliioid. people who were There were two or three large; A Oueal Estate. empty on the sand.-Cincinnati En
? and speak of all the pleasant reunions launch parties present from Palatka Tbe park hi 'Which Chataworth quirer. SHOES for Men

| who received tbls ae- of old friends. from 80 to 40 people stands is a dozen mile. in circumference.
the festivities, replies: "I possible mostly and The facade of the house is a "Could I paint your old cow?" ventured A new pair of shoes U the \
TODEATH from that city young,
live given a great deal to- be STARVED late in length of 1.600 feet.-Pall Mall Ga- the city artist Our GuaranteeApplies "Burrojaps" patent leather
until night "
of they "Cartlnly, stranger. laughed the old
be said many
There truthfully setre.
i 1* nothing I love witch what could
is who die. They hays worms, order to enjoy the dance in the hall. farmer as he mopped bin brow with a on evbreaks through before the first
sort of festivities where children ery patent leather
Lthe satisfaction of knowing poor little thlnus-tney don't know It There were many pretty private Whether riches really have. wings ot handkerchief. "Paint her green and. I shoe bearing sole wears through. 25O

makes ona's friends happy aaflrunk. and ;you don't realize it. If your child and displays of fireworks In the-nvenlng.; not. they certainly are bard to overtake she will look so much like grass the this "Burrojaps" styles Buy a pair to-day
." ID London, she da- Is cross, fretful pasty reason, It was a great day, and everybody on foot-Dallas News. ramps: can't see ber nnd milk her on label
for no 'fermlfuge. the sly..-Cblcniri! "N>wssasw ... which la only to be found In Hurt&:
ben you give a ball you .fny lvirwhlt '. Cream you seemed to eutoy lb. Packard Korrect Shape Shoes. ,.
people, pleas a few make will\ be results and bow A CONTENTED WOJIAT'" A PACKARD &: Fnr.D.-: "
pickssPgtSold Aofcerman- by the highest priced ,
ttnlc and yourself mtaornble. It br the house with baby
quick Is always' found In same specialist uoutitnot be cured of stomachor
ED-Second hand bam, and Stewart PragOo. allard''. know" Liniment It keeps bowol trouble any quicker or surer ,

ny kind acv innrlr.v.) ny- Heavy. Impart blood makes a muddy every member of the family tree from than your baby It you give It McQm'a Fearnside Clothing Company
*. BlcHnlnsnRilchslond Imply; oomplwloD. headaches nausea aches and pales, it heals euta, burns and Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhea, dysenteryand I btD f. : ; V*. 6-2U-10N blood ;you scalds and cure rheumatism, neuralgia, all derangements of the stomach
'- ,ndllllt8tlon.sicklAy1. 'ult-' and ail, musoular soreness and REP ABED INSTANTI.V. .pI78dd. boll- '
Bmateslood lumbago
Burdouk cents'and
bowels l'l'loelll! BO
or eents." St. Palatka Fla.
>. Lemon
palt ...
weak. and bottlu. peckers M ,
$1(10 a
aSo. toe I 11..wale.I.I. par
rrlaln' sour, Cholct* and makes the blood rich red. pur stiffness. Bold by.A.ter lan-8te".rt Drug Co .
.U.rac.n 7 fiavets.
nlanbo.a l lumxly. 'en b. Hold by Aokerman-Btewart IHru$ Co. -allsubsammw/
>. ft>_. 1&may r.s w. restores perfect hea1t


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St. James' Methodist Ni
ITrt Fourth in Palatktv. A Private MANY MORE
Wedding. The Palatka News )[. DUTttL. 1'AS.TOR.;
Patriotism In Palatha found vent There wed. : 9:45.a. ill. J. :M.!
was n pretty private SIDEWALKSOrdered school at :
In enthusiasm over two baseball .. -- -------- -. Sunday in
ding ceremony In St. Mark's church ------ -- Blackweil Superintendent.! Yoong Bargains PaIatk
tames the between the home team and ,at 8:lIt() last. Monday afternoon. m if en's Bible\ elm will nipet, ; i
crack Orlando
game The to the worn .PR.lon.
ceremony $ business
was played In the morning and one :Mr. William F. Anthony of Rich. $ City fiappenings and By City Council- for a e..n short : amid 7:80: : ,

was In the crowded afternoon.at both The games grandstand and the I mond Banks, of V..Savannah.., and Miss but Georgia who for Mae the Personal. mention. $ Third Street Brick Pave p. m. by the Ineetlng 11I\0tor. Wednesday 7:30: Farm or Town Property i

crowd unread Itaelt out over the past several weeks. hairresldod with "" "" "" ...,.""' ment Denied. Prayer The Sunday soliool lessons iI
lawn. The admissions for the day Mr. und Mrs. 'V. W. Taylor on Third p..m. niecl ot the mid-week I
amounted to about $13500, of which street. Miss Lilian Ryan Is visiting friends Tho regular: meeting of the city are being under the title 01
$82.00 was received at the In the lii ford. night was a record prayer service '. Timber Lands for Sale Lease.
gate: :Mr"! Anthony is a clever and popular Sun: oiinoll Tuesday Day Lessons from ]orae"" or
afternoon. As the admission was breaker III the matter of new side
traveling salesman for the National i Is the "
Louis. Kalbfleld spending
but 25 cents It is very easy to figure Biscuit Company. The bride walks ordered. PiwslMy tl.OJ: (}:( Ancient ICInc" -
dllY lu Qafnesvllle.Mrs. welcome. : =
I the size of the crowd. Is a most attractive young lady who worth of new granolithic wnlks will You are E -- -
The Palatka boys lost to OrlandoIn owlmc to her short residence lIars :! Oeo. B. Selden has coma up be constructed within the next three !
In the morning; by a score of 6 to 2. was little known. rom DeLand for the summer. months a* iv result of that meetItlX-, Proclaim It from the house lope;

In the .afternoon and before the larger The ceremony was performed by L 10'. Jackson has gone to the Sum- OliO large property owner who was shout It from the battlpmellts from; honk I he, H. Aa FORD
crowd, the Palatka club redeemed Rev. William Wyllle and there was mar Haven beach for an outing of present is said to have fainted when honk It Into the meKaviliotie; even I i
Itself by a score of 9 to 6. present only three or four friends of several weeks. the council !gave a unanimous vote street corners of the sanctuaries city; yen of the .-
The morning game should have the contracting parlies for the order. whisper It In the
been added to Palatka's long list of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony left on the Mrs. E. M. Prlddy has returned The following are thlt.Itreets upon rltrliteous l j let the woman'club -
( victories, as Dillon pitched winning: Atlantic Coast Line train the same from an extended visit with her which the new walks were ordered shout for Joy and the bonrd of trade. i
ball but the po>r support that he received I evening for Birmingham, Ala. daughter In.Tampa. all to ImS feet wide: snicker; YPIl. l let even the IInorl'Anlzpd :5 Real Estate
on the Infield and the steady I / street asked West side Water street! from Mainto citizen yull.for-a new Kraiiollthl.iIclewalk ;
of Third
Tho citizens
work of bis opponent Wlndham and Madison streets. : IR being lal'l. ""n front of th-
1he Moro Piano Recital.The the hlnky
his team mates, caused Pal atka'. de. for brick-they were given Both sides of Second street from tore of Leo jHcobnon AllrJ lertle Fire Life and Accident Insurance.
feat. The errors In this game were piano recital at Howell Theater dink and-pebbles. Lemon to Madison street. lint oompamier. the iiouuday and .nil |j

many of the dummy order and uncalled last Monday night, given by Thomas Rlngham came up from Fourth street, east ildalram Lemon dry and menHced the night; ,"eason
for. The featuree of the game Signor Moro d.rector; of mi.Mlo at nnford on the Fourth for a visit to ReId streets and west side from (Lemon street have. been ri-inovt-J.\

were Collins. catch of a line drive at /Sutherland college. attracted a large llh relatives and friends. Lemon to Olive streets. swimming I \onlln l I cnrlll" '"- |j National Surety Company i
2d base and Calboun's wonderful left. audience. Tharecmtal was In the Interests rt'l'urned Fifth street, both sides, from The big Hole! which (
hand catch of a hot liner at shortstop o> the college, and Rev. Dr. Mrs. C. I. Rowtpn several onuesday Lemon to Madison streets., tlon with the Saratoga: ) the 1 of New York.
to puuleyeBterdsy
a'vlsiI of
from beams
( r; to have
which was one of the finest Hilburn, Its president, was on hand in Jacksonville, Sixth street, both sides, from Laurel not completed In
catches made on the grounds this auJ occupied n little time to explainto "epks-io-hfr sou to Reid streets. was oondlIons. (
season and which received a storm the people the ndyantages olfered!. Mr. und Mrs. George Merwln left Seventh street both sides from time owing to unavoidable. therefore .
: of applause from the grandstand.; by the college. for the academic! and Wednesday for their home In Laurel to Madison streets. The opeiilnir Thursday him the lilt h. 2WmmPMWMMtMMMMM (

Score by inning, 1st game collegiate training of the young peo itoomliigtun, ill., much to the regret Held street, south Bide from Water been postponed constant.to strnnm of vlsl-
of their many friends here.C. There was a m U.IIII'Wlf \
Palatka. . ..0 0010000 1-2 ple.. to Eleventh. Third tore to the pool on Sunday.DRE8HJIAKINU iril9 \'
Is wonderful planiate from
Prof. Moro a II. Worceiter a large orange Held street, north side
ii Orlando. . . OOO2O2O.6BatteryOrlando .
-one of the few really great performers of Pomona was u visitor In to Fifth streets. -
: WindbttirT! and of the country and his numbers grower IIH city Wednesday, accompanied Main street south side, from Water -by Mrs. Moll- .* .. ..*ttt.9
Story; PalatkaIKH6u and Merrill. held the audlenoe spullbouud. by his daughter; Miss Doris. to Third streets. I valise at 417 Kinmet. street. 7.33.41Very I Ii
All who wfttfesoed the second The conclusion of each number was north side from Wa- -------
game Main street ,
gotttt&tr the for tumultuous applause. Miss Gladys Ralph returned, to heroine few people realize the 1mMirtnnce The
money's worth. Klght signal; Beach last /Saturday ter to ElKhth streets.Madison i Only Complete Line !
-." the start the Interest was intense.c Signor Moro's wonderful feat of after. visit of several street north side from of taking, elite of I their eyes.
c, Orlando had secured 6 runs up to the playing "Yankee Doodle" with one a pleasant relatives. Second to Eighth streets \n ninny c ,ses eye straits causes
8d Inning then by degrees Palatka hand and "Dixie" with the other weeks In this city with Madison street south side, from headache, nervousness. and npietshe
C caught up and cinched the victory lu and at the same time while not Rev L. R. Lynn of the Presbyterian Vater to Eighth streets. ttenefiil system. If yon have any of Furniture and House !F
; the 7th Inning by Druns, all of them much In the line of harmony was church has boen granted B vacation Morris street, north side from Km- trouble and In doubt call on Dr.
made on one bit and three errors by great as an object lesson of musical for the month of July. Hn will left to Kirby streets. Ann>troi>|{, he Is meeting$ with declded .
Orlando's let baaeuian and fast base skill. spend a portion of the time at the The city clerk was Instructed to success III overcoming nervon i Furnishings in the City. !
t rnnnlng by our boys. Kersatns started /Sutherland's musical department JHHCtl.. immedIately notify property owners headaches. .,to.. and strnlKhtenlnpf
;r to pitch for the visitors but wan should thrive under such an accoinplisud Mr. and Mrs. W. O. TilBhman left on these streets to construct these cross eyes without operation ami
relieved In the third Inning by Wind director us SIgnor Moro. on Wednesday morning for ,n visit of sidewalks of granolithic or cement, giving perfect vision where there l I. I
$ ham as Palatka hit him for two several weeks. In Delaware, Mary- all to bo three Inches thick and accordIng poor sight. }1s makes regular vlllrH 213-213-21
runs. A Big Peach Grove. and and Virginia. to plans and specifications Wodnradty following the ..secondMonitiiv l ::: Cap t i. R Ryan Lemon Street, :

The Orlando team Is compound of 'l'. J. Fenrnside has been spending on file in the olllce of the city eiiglner. of each month Hm\ next, PaIotkd.Hi I
of the arm of Harris .
D. M. Doinlnlcl,
a gentlemanly set of young fellows good share of the week at his St. '. call July 15th office Arlington hot..1.For .
., whom Palatka people will be pleased & Doininlcl peach growers of a The petition of property owner on m. .. EE..eeee. eeee.eeee eEee ..,.,'
Brooklyn-thn station beyond Putnam Augustine store owing to the absence action of the bowels
to have with them again. Third street for brick paving on that a mild easy
Banta pitched for Palatka In the Hall on the U. t;. & 10'. R'y-was or his manager at that place who wits pretty residence street was turned a single. lose or Doau's Regulate I I' -
afternoon game and after the 8il In the city this week and discussed ailed to Georgia on business.. own. enough.; Treatment. cures habitual. con

Inning$ played a steady even game, peaches. with the News. Rp,;. G. E. Klrchner Oermnnjiirheran Alderman Uelna presented the po Btlputlcn. 2".] a box. Ask your druggist ,
keeping hits well scnttered.Wlndhriui Mr. Doinlnlol was. well known In minister will conduct er- tltiou and spoke In favor of It. 'Ihe fur them : !: :: !
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of Orlando l Is one the 1'nliUka before entering his prell..ntIJlIslu"Hs. vices' at 2IO! ( o'clock Sunday afternoon city engineer gave figures to show u : ED
best, amateurs seen on the diamond by reason of regular visits In the Gerber chapel on Front thllt. It would cost no more, for the .
here having splendid control of his ro the city us u coiniiwrolitl traveler.Hut reet. All friends are Invited. Ity's part to pave this. street with B l

curves and being n steady l sure hitter a little more than a year ago he i Mist Mmln Rogers of Putnam Hall brick, than some of the oilier streets ... Writ. .....,. W. ......... quality. lad.I.fr ...1...
with the bat. gave; up the road for this pencil venture. nssed through the city ,last Friday with macadam. Our...... th......... Wrll, far Catalog. .U,ia frea.Tba .
Thus far the Palatka team has Hs states that the firm now mroure to Lake Buifum, Polk coun- City Attorney Htrunz opposed the larcaal..oll.nI.. Book aoua.I In lk.world. 411..... I ia.k........
played 17 games won 10, lout 6, tied has DO acres of bearing trees and only ty. where (he has. n position as school leasure as unfair to property owli 0>pt P. N. II. THE FRANKLIN-TURNER CO., 85.111vl Si., Atlinli' Cl
2, and the percentage Is (000. That's recently sold a very good crop receiving teacher. ere on River street and others. CiZ
the best average of any amateur cash for the some at thestation. Louis I Cnnova hats. returned from aenr's Alderman Hamm was opposed to r.
team In the state. The Individual He says they are so well absence on the Pacific coast. paving any more streets with brick ,
batting average of the team Is as l pleased with Uio venture that the with headquarters In Washington. because of lack of money; the city -
firm hnti arranged to set out 20,000
follows: lad but (3.000 unappropriated of its
H. Is charmed with the country and ho
ab. h. avr. additional trees. expects. to return there this fall. paving fund and it would require: e..s
Joe Merrill . . . 41 II11I/ ) Mr. Domlnlcl save the climate and lore than half of this for Third $1.75.Our .
Julian Calhoun. .. . iiI) 17Ht/) soil about Brooklyn Is Ideal lot Jack Flynn who has. been suffering: street It It was paved with brick. $3 $3.50 $4
Fred Merrill .. . 5U 11 18(122R( pencil culture and that there Is little with supposed blood poisoning as thprp..ult S. J. Hllburn spoke In favor of the
Elmer Collins. . . 40 U) risk III the business where one give of stepping on a carpet tack eililun. He showed that residents
Chas. Dillon. . . . [CD 11 sao) strict attention to the cultivation and who hns been under treatment of Third street hud gone Lo big ex- takes tl! LJ-I! if f fto women entire \line ofHammocks
Qeo. /Heldnn: . . . B7 (6 1B2 and cnro of the trees. Both members At; White Springs, Is reported to bo penmtnu for granolithic sidewalks and IT
A. Marvlck . . . .(ID) 10 1(10( of the firm are young men and Improving: and much better. urbti.g; nnd that the street was make a world and all

P l Banta. .. . . . . 8 2 250 uniiiiiritod and tire enjoying their The ladles. of Ht. Marks. Episcopal eiidy tor Ihe work. He didn't want kinds of shoes to please them.
Kd. Palue .. . . 21 4 100FLANK'S bachelor life In the country to the. lurch have chartered the Gem nythlng' lor his. street thnt he
Team batting. . . 209 full, with fishing hunting time.and readIng Theatre. for next Tuesday nlarht. wouldn't be willing to give nov oIlier Still they can all \bj uileJ with priced to sull at from $2.25 to $(}.OO each wil! now be offenil(
fill in their They
to spun The receipts of the evening will be street: under similar condltiona.
also have I he best prospects for makIng applied to the sidewalk fund. 'I'he Third street people wanted bricK, "Queen Qua !y" iliocs-so at COST. We haven't many left, so if you want one chupi
Chill Tonic for chills big money. allies invIte all to attend and prom- this i ia excellent it. :
fever colds and lagrlppe tllf'Y didn't wunt shell or gravel varied and complete u the line. an opportunity to get
; guaran
Ian a magnificent program of movingpictures. 'litre but an 18 foot road and
teed. Price 26 eta, a bottle. Soil hy See Grniiiorfr' tor groceries. Best. In was
the would not be J II YELVFRTflN Cor and Lemon 6th Itt
city's heavjs
part .Ir
all drutriclHfs. 4-17-13t In the city. Prices always reasonable.. We are suiting more women I I 5.Ci.tI U 1Id .
J. H. Wvlle of Interliichen was Inilist compared with other streets. He I PALATKA. FLA.
city Wednesday and appeared. In.unlit the petition should be I with them every day because Everything for the Home.

fore the meeting; of the oountv .ranted.Ueo... their reputation grows every day.
ommlnsloners. In the afternoonMr. 11 Seldim made an excellent

Wylle went to Green Cove roponltlon. The city bad but (0,000 "Queen Quality" will: retain Its e_ ::+ .+
Drillers to attend the Clay county mo,',) In Its paving fund ; to pave
good roads meeting. wll h brick thin amount would not go shape longer than any other -=== JU tc..ar.o.: : : :Ib.ar: : acy e

Summer Sacrifice Rev. Dr. Hilburn, president of tllr. 'I 11'ull1o on River street wan ready made shoe. Try it once.: PA'ArHA.ORIDA.. ,
leiivy and that street needed
Sutherland Oollegn and former pnsor pave-
of St. James Methodist church. IHIII ; other streets would accept. Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries and

preached at that church .lint Sunday rmuadiim and be glad to get It;; Patents.PRESORIF'TIONS .
morning And evening During his ''hlril street wanted brick or nothnit. Herbert Crook ,I
stay In the city Dr. Hilburn was the. lie advised that the city give OAftEfUt-Lr COMPOUNDED
guest; of his brother, Hon. S. J, Hllnirn. Third street the proportionate I rBEBU QARDKN SEED. Agont ilallorr Slesmiblf j jc"
I Prices Now On. b amount I that It gave other streets Palatka Fla. .'; '= +'- =: + .

Sheriff Howell will sell nt public for mncadain, provided Third street ,
I the extra cost.
suction .at 11 o'clock on H..turda'l'1D0rnlnl pal
( enough; of the stock of the. 'I I his excellent proposition was. notdi'ctu.sed. L. ow l lIfJulII:: : .in, JII''i'nm,1J\.1maill'' : ', :1W-iJIf1Si1LiZl: ; :ilL IL 11"111"1M
Dry Goods are being sold at less than former the I. M. Meyer 0... to satisfy the It was estimated that

manufacturer's cost. \Vhile our trade has been .The:SOO claim sheriff of will the.still Ed.hold V. the Price stock Co bl'lol"nHt.BO: cents.. $l.O0per Under foot Mr.and Seliien'sproposition Mnoudnin THE PALATKA The Breakers by the Sea,

: all we have expected under the conditions, yet however, pending another order for Third street would havean

. we have thousands of dollars worth of goods that RI.le to satiny a claim of $200 due for and appropriation the property holders of 80 cents would per bear toot Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. SEABREEZE, FLORIDA I

rent.Mrs.. Harriet C. Blanchard of thisIty the oot.extra expense of 20 cents. per Mniinfneturem of ; Will be ol'e1\J1\1\ 1 under the management of I. JI. -""ubMl, 1

Must Be Sold celebrated her Olst birthday on President Davis called Aid. Clay to
he fourth of July. Mrs.! Blanehard. the chair nnd then made a red ho Bottled Soda Water of All Flavors.HENRY The house will tin conducted on higher plane tlmneverWWj
I I" In good health and gets about the speech fortified with Horn) ui thoroughly orerwi'I'
figures, against! your onion. : renovated and refurnished. Single roonii
4 yard at her home on Emmett street any more brick paving. He wa And a with or without private baths Finefishing and the bwit.urftniHliiK
You will all where she Is. often seen caring for the J
y save big money by buying you aware of the favorable advertising In the world.Thoroughly .
lowers She Is the oldest resident
l which came to the city by reason 01 $ connocllon.
can now. equipped garage; and livery In
of Palatfca both In age and length! ofeeldenca. Its paved streets, but thought the

city could !get more advertising forts //Ii SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY A TRIAL. SOLICITED.

r Here are a Few Big Values: fade At on the Monday meeting night of J.the C.board McCoy of money of (8,000 If It In spent macadam Its bond and balance got- iii RATES: $1.00 pi day and upward according to I lcalloll of r*' ''Jfc

was. added to the membership; the 21 more blocks paved than It wouldIf "Ml:: IB.3K.::JBD JJlCintf UaUJXfEOCi; : JBUBJtini'IBriaVrMSJttJIBt! : :li"!T II JK*ISI H
40 Inch white lawn . . . . . . 8c secretary was Instructed to correspond -,' It used brick and secured but six
with the Jacksonville. and blocks more. SCHOOP .
Fancy dress gingham . . . . . 8c Clay county boarda" trade with a At the conclusion of :Mr.! Davis Prop -- -

A. F. gingham . . . . . . ice view to having Palatka get In touch speech a motion to deny the petltloi PIlI.'tklFloridn.. For DoctorSArmstrong
with the good road movement now was put and carried by a majority
Apron check gingham . . .. .5C, 6c and 7c on to coiwicct thesepltscee. ; the board viva I voce vote. f New and Up-to-Date & BarroW!

Actually worth 70 and loc. also determined to carry the demand J. C. Kaabe was granted a rebate Furniture and
t for the Installation\ of water closets. 1
. of 2C per cent on his personal. tax.
All best calicoes . . . . . . . 5C In the G. S. & F. depot In this city The petition of Mrs. Mary Dever For the liest House Furnishing Goods Eye specialists

For one week at this price. before. the state railroad. commission eux for H rebate on her real estate- at lass OIIIc. WaS B'M'I... Ssy S tl"n **

Fine Linene, 36 Inch. . . . . . .12 C -The popularity of- the Gem Theater tax U.was W, refused.Thompson was granted very low prices
novlng pictures Is growing daily per worm
cj Good as anyone's iSc value. The seating capacity of the house mission to connect drainage of the Go to

:f 27 inch fancy lawns, closely woven . . 50 WHS July taxed und to the the limit on the Fourthof the Hart city block sewer with under private certain Instead condl nr I -
throng was a movngone In the R. -
p Well worth IDC.ISC -and a pleased one. "D"n. lions city, S. Mooney

a fancy lawns and organdies. . el )Boone or Pioneer Days In Amer An order was made transforrln cut /
. toe any length I'alatkii
'lean," was shown Monday and this $1. H6,7:1: from the water works to tli.. .i. E Florida

3h: 20C fancy batiste-.very fine . . . J2 J/ c was. a thoroughly satisfactory pla general revenue fund. This for send your order to --

c All 2sc fancy dress goods. . . . . igc ture. The"The bill Holy Wednesday City" and "Th Included count monies of which water had wOI'kR'rum been paid the on general an- W. W. JJndBrtaking!: and Embalmln .

: 35C fancy Swisses and organdies. . . .24C Kulns of Pompuil" both of which fund p Bainbridge'sNew tj; \."

Elastic belts, soc values . . . . 24c artlHtio were pictures merit.of"A'exceptionally Lord for a Dny'in high" tax A payers petition II lid of traveler"property asking uwnma the. Wood Yard, Order For Publication. \

All muslins and cambrics at wholesale prices.Here's Impersonation. of English: royalty, city to build a side walk outL>>moi In theOtrullltUourt. Eli/btl, Judicial Olrcult, .
ind the "Hoosler Fighter," also street from the A. C. L. tracks to atStanton'sFoundry Oounty, Fioridi..ltt. munuery. ptr\ll''
the city limits, was referred VlrKIi () ""II. nnnuap \ Dli ARMSTRONG, who.p
to .
uroved Interesting. These are termed the linn'
tll.II& Foreclosure
a Rare Bargain : 'nature films. (registered) but all street committee with a smile of ::: Nubloi. ( of one of the best known i apeelillitfj'".
Jo..ph"ti..ln. 5 Mortgage attIcs,. KS Ifesslonal
appreciation.A \ futnre
I pictures given at the "Gem" are that I State will In
1 We have only two fine imported Embroidered nrt. so you get your money's. worth petition from residents uf the Phone 40. t: hln ulltpolirii5 mmi.u: lit: the l )'atve msmitvst eppentbtl to tmme I visits. to H llljk""iJI! "|
Sixth ward for 'ttin.s I tine / J
an Incandescent cause thuS Following ? -
10 matter what evening attend. eleu JO.UI' day '
., Robes left-two different patterns-that are you trio light In the middle of the block L t: n"nll"l, 10 itiisptms a non-real"tIe l1erendllnt.. ot ,the State th..ln 0' I day of each month. J'S.' ..!
The Palatka board of trade hM PIti .
worth close on North Seventh: street was referred nTJi'JI'nftJD'nTnY1.fififi : p'rtnyiveti.l i,5i 50,1\ IN a reiiiutit or hue Hiate of lalizea) on all forms of eye ,.y f
$20 to
. $18 to out at.
actually $9.90 Itself record .
\placed oil as opposed tony to the g"s comiulttee. ov t.' age of twomsty.on, reflex complication. H gJSonsnoini.
Less than cost of importation. mora brick pavement being laid A petition to open N. Ntete' or' t"t Ib..ro mu no IlIIroon In the. tronble,
Elirhth "orhtll, Stomach
m the streets of this city-this only street from Held to Mul'i and !: Y1!: !: !: !f1fi! 01 ..nhl''''''''' wottll upon lit mitt w"'n.uch the servtes of NenroloJr'drcomlag
rl'OlI1 the
This is your chance. See them and you will tffer the principal business street Olive street to the O. H. & }'. : It I 10, tJlI..rore. ordraI. that said Uuron""ntJ uon-r".I etc., by system trouble-< wllhO. ,
) lave' been paved with brick. One or to p Delicious !Ii ti..stt liNfoaiiut: "ste is sieremny "
want one. "put a small bridge!! across said : to appear to the, 'i.Ji requirem operation. Cross eyes allIlI'i
lie reasons or the bonrd Is that I II Cd. Comiipiiimil 15.1. ftI
street" In
was referred .ohl ,
to the cause Ula' eo
Street On or before I
E1 without knife.
'until too much to keep clean ; anoth committee. Ice Cream "' i ft*,
nAy or AiraUST, A, D., usual defect. Con..nltllthlD J(|
r that the city hasn't enough I '
money. Several citizens have ex Edw.The Wattles petition, O.of P.H.Yelvertoti R. EiteiiV. 1:: and ::,Mte-i-r.tt'; : : 13"t bill Ofllce: Hotel ArlliHf'01"18th
and I Sm... ) y ,. only
tossed themselves one
to the Mews allsappolnteil .. 37 others to continue the i1 Cold ,
brick It
6 Dav Drinks. II furtmmep
at this stand of thlinnnl. .. Eleventh ordered tIt thIs Order he
log on
: | street fr Jin Held to pthil.li,5 onus a Weak for .
PaUtka /
They say has had I Mitlit was denied !fi Home-made CandiesL.A.icIITH W""b In tile P"IR'kll N..... R eonl..ollUye Sherllrtllle.!
with! rock pnhUoh.'n now.lmp" ttrouIlOrPILLII.
ovperlencx roads and I I. I ollhl tioUtity stem' MLRte.d" I Oourl Eillbib
rylng to forget it; than they hue Red Men Officers. Witnres oc :'lust lieu,) an.l olllulal seam this l.tJOSEPH I In Circuit..... County
nthersHn lee that would .
pavement [Haul
m ] I EJ. V. Price* Ooiiipnnj
b>' lusting' than to hitvn more that The Indians of this city known {J"ork PRICE. Corporation umlor ,,.
hot nlrnudy prnved ilUuppolntlnurmat. ; Okeehtminkoe Tribe No. 15. Improved as :!! JtIfs.1.:' r.lonll PrIce DeputOlo"ll\rc"lt OourtA I IIow..ol the Stitte. ofillitioli. *" *!
the city has or will have culli.t3lln' Older of Ked Men IeItion St.
at a meeting h..lrJ Palatka. i NO55uIr foi' vs.I .
money to pave Third River last :Monday night Installed OO"'Plnl"_ $,. I "o'n' bUll
the l1fim ___ Issue Martin
In the New Merryday Block. tend Kirby streets with brick ;I' that lowing officers for the ensuing term fol.: !:fififi!: !: !: !: Yfi;! !: llu.Cnthq. neiuSl.'M.1ie1t ) '
therein about $7,000 left of the pavIng 8-Mathew Drlnnen. I Comp"ny.] lha' uIJIo
bonds. and that when the U u.. /HH-K. O. Causey. Notloe h..by. ,IIO ttit.. SUb 11.... .,
.. 01
Agency for Butterick Patterns. of .oIK>no) ) authorized to retire the old J 8-D. F. Mlnton. Satisfaction Guaranteed I an,Order of 5tiiu III.Olro,1t tJ"u'l' ( "
uuil Irani
l. r ..
bond Issue of ,4-4,000 Is sold there P-W. W. Smith I ly, on said titte 1 will Ppublic hc' ". ...
will be $0UOO more that useD be used C of R-O. I. Rowton. Effysfffsrurgs::'I \: ; oti I titietlomi. furCtJit W '.Ottuiit ..
: ft .ramp<
This store closes at 6:30 p. m., except for permanent paving and that. r.- (1 ofVJ.. M. Pounds. / SSSilTJd.1 ,, 3. 'n" :SK'JSttJfiS, I July a'i.l 51)114;)lit 50 IL teach 0't5ok I t,:11isid :. ;
urn to hard roads at this. time lea K of W-E. E. Dodge. niruhcn.liw, Of Ii.daitt '.:i "
Saturdays. Thursdays at p. m. step backward, and therefore not an let H-J. O. Jollum. E. O. I eonmistiulstnlsitintttl olol"I.:J1',I .....
; .uiltU"' .
appropriate step for a board of trad :3d H-W. H. Minton. EARLS 'is tiifty 1St fli iPweess ,a:
to take-especially la a city that 1. o uf W-C. W. W.aiws. pl_our paro.w. sIiash,00iil, uwralmflUJt51'Ievld hC ;/ "
Buddlng0. earn and
JOU. Coats'and J>I._
. ambitious U of F-A. Kanuer Nires.. Paletk.UI. "mom""" ,.411 "'Dlon I"un.ll1C11. R. O. HOWILI., ".
il 1'ac Pioride. hamberlaln's CoujhJRemedy Bbe.U ruwolll

Cstres Cost.. .Clvap... July nIL,I 0*


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