The Palatka news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075922/00137
 Material Information
Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00137
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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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Origin of a Fortune. HAVE PROSPERED threatening clouds have conspired
I 1 1Orlarlno.t. amongHt themselves to I lessen $2000 HARD ROAD.

the 1
gaiety at Hummer Haven during f
the pIlot week, but man dislikes to
: [ .] Despite the Predictions of/the nek nowledge: *even the elements as Commissioner Equalize Taxes

., Our Annual I am of the third generation niuco Liquor Advocates-Have his superior officer so the fishing goes and Make County Levy dP

enormous wealth came Into our family. Sold Truck at Satisfactory merrily onward. Tho number of fish of 131 Mills.
since last letter has t
now that wealth was acquired tin* caught our not
not been definitely known try grand Prices.During been a. much as heretofore, but several The board of County Commission 1
large bass have been landed andour ers were in session a full week this
father when twenty-five years old was the late "wetor dry" agltatlon sportsmen are still "hard at It." month the adjournment being In the ,
a captain In the American army that In this county it stock argument The largest bass of the season belongs afternoon of Wednesday. '
conquered a peiico with Mexico. As among advocates of liquor when talkIng to William Reed of Palatka Next tq equalizing the tax books I
: Boon as the war woo/ ended he resigned with the farmers was, that In the and If he should land another very the most Important work of the ?
MID-SUMMER CUT SALE his commission Bud engaged In mining event that I'nlatka voted out the saloons soon we will be compelled to trans board was an appropriation of $2,000 i,

becoming Immensely rich. Ilia they would not be able to sell port William to some other sphere. for a hard surface road at Bun Mil-. r

fortune was left to my father and at their crops. The fish In qu..tlon-wbloh. by the too. For this work a committee of
: father's death to me when I should Mr T. E. Strange, remembering way Is his second large bass catch three consisting of John A. Crosby,
my these statements, has made It H business this week-weighed something more S. W. Rowley and Commissioner B.
come of age. My father left a letter to Interview the farmereon. than forty-five pounds and was bung T, Solana is to have supervision.
on all SUMMER WEIGHT CLOTHING and for me. stating that I would find In a corning the results of the sale of their In the Inlet. It was only after the They are to attend to the expenditure -

certain secret place Information that 1 drat crop since the county went dry. most exciting struggle during which of the money furnishing vouch t

Straw Hats is now on--and it's a saving was to transmit to my successors. 1 Here Is what the farmers of Penlel both boy and base wandered (1)) quitea ers for work, freight and material
money am today twenty-one and have. secured > and vicinity say: : distance from their original placeof for which the board, after approval',

sale all the a document containing the In for. I can say that I am well pleased meeting that William finally conquered will issue warrants. An addltlonnl
to Men and Boys in Putnam maUou. This Is a copy. The original with the prices I have received for the daubtydenizen/ of the appropriation of $100 or so much

was written by my grandfather: my produce this year I have received deep. The pride of the conqueror thereof as may be necessary was (' '
county who need clothes. Think of it-- "After the battle of Cerro Gordo I better prices for them this was great and he brought the captive made to pay for grading.The .
year than t did I In years past. I do home on his shoulder boy and fish board spent a large amount of ?
wont over the field to give aid and not think the county's going> dry has being/ quite near to the acme size. time In going over the assessor's
HImfort! to the wounded. Among farmers In the leant I books and equalizing tuxes Thin
Injured us
i them I found a Mexican, or, Sunday was unusually quiet withus work will In the Times-
young think It has been a grenb, help to be published
only launches down
rather Aztec who was In a frightful everybody not only 10 the county came Herald for two weeks and those
from !Bt.: Augustine. As the weather
25 Per Cent OffOn condition.< He looked up at me pitifully but to Palatka. Just look bach one was bad we did not expect and whose assessment has been raised. If
with his mild Aztec eyes, reminding year ago at .fnlatka and then look at were agreeably surprised to many see those they feel that they are entitled to a "
:. me of pictures I had seen of the her tod"f' and I think you will see n that did come. These Sunday parties "kick" may do BO on the first Monday
great dUl of Montezuma. called are
: emperor some initially family affairs and
I will meet for the of
trouble with blind tigers but am purpose listeningto
men with a stretcher and bad him removed are very quiet and orderly most of

all Summer Suits Extra Trousers to a field hospital, where he received sure they for we will have never a good amount set of to olllo-anything the visitors being friends or relativesof The complaints.tax levy for the county was
our regular Mummer Havonltes.
: attention. Then 1 secured his era who are doing their duty towards : made as follows: School fund 6

I removal to a permanent hospital where keeping them down.. I for one am A number of our young folks visit- mills; General Revenue fund, 'M ;'
he lingered for awhile and died. Before well pleased with the decision the ed Cherokee farm yesterday and report mills; Ruad fund 1M mill.; Bridge
and Straw Hats. his death he told me that he was people have made and I live In hopes a delightful trip. Thla farm Is fund 1)( mills: Hard Road fund, i
the last lineal male descendant of of the whole elate of Florida soon a most beautiful place and. the hand- 2,'( mills total 18K mills' ,
Oustomotzln nephew of the Emperor being dry. O. W. KKLLITM. some house Is built of coquina. with The state levy Is divided as follows
r' palmetto and cedar pillars. A M. : General Revenue II) mills;
Montezuma, whom he succeeded. 'You It was a gt lit ml saying among the Cuttings 1 mill 4 mills
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- a northern millionaire schools, : Pensions :
have been very kind to me,' he said people of Putnam county who voted built the place and his family still State Board of Healtb.K mill: total
'and I ani going to reward you.! Then, a wet ticket tbat If the county wont spend their winters there with a few state 1% mills.
baum & Co. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored :; taking a gold locket from his neck be dry It would be a great drawback to friends. The party from here found The total levy for county and state

gave It to me saying, 'Your reward Is the farmers for they could not sell the place so delightful that it was Is 21 mills. y

Suits i in Tropical Worsteds Serges etc. as In tba\:.' Soon after be died. their produce In Palittka truth at that a living I very hard to leave, but they finally The board authorized payment of }
price I con say uf a am i
"I did not examine the locket till got away from "Cuttings' dock" and 1200 to Hon.U.:! J. Hllburn for legal ,
'ell! at the prices I have received -
pleased arrived home In the services In the local option eleotlon
early evening. t
Wash Suits. peace had been declared. Than I this and I have sold ,
well Summer season
as Thoue who were In the party were : and an additional $25 for legnl opine
opened It and took out a small pieceof directly to the merchants of Paltuka Maj. W O. Vertrees of Nashville, ion on the bridge contract. "'
prepared skin, on which was written with exceptionof two shipments to Mlsaes Susie Lee Walton, Irene The balance of Assessor Bullard's ," I '

The Straw Hat Sale includes an extra : something In the ancient Aztec. other states. J. U. Sou: TIr. Uardner and Jessie Burton Messrs. commission held back on tax roll of ,* ",

'' With It was some writing In Spanish I got more out of my farm produce W. H. Williamson, H. E. Merrydayand 11)07, amounting to $200.04 was ordered .

choice line of Panama and Yacht Hats. These on paper, which proved to be n translation the week following wet or diy election L. D. Phillips and Will Walton paid. 11, '
of the Aztec. I knew enough than I had ever done before In and William Heed. The board also ordered a 10 foot +t' \f

to decipher It. It was dated one week and It has continued, notwithstanding concrete sidewalk around the entire ,
One of our Indies discovered bur-
will be worn for four months yet, and you :; 13th of August, 1521, and read: My always the went financial below fifteen minio. glar one night last week and It a caused court An house advance square.of (160 was ordered .<"i,

"Our city is about to fall Into the hand egg quite an excitement. If there. Is paid O. L. Tucker on account of workon :i
summer we
can afford to throw away your soiled straws. off the Spaniard. I. Ouatemotaln emperor ate them a ; but every It looks like eating any more trouble of that kind It may the Urnndln. hard road. \
have. burled what la left of our treasure prove serious for the burglar.
under the northwest corner oC the money wheu I can thirty cents Judge E. Noble Calhoun was retained
ToocalU. for; them. let CONWAY,. The Kirby house Is occupied by a as legal advisor for the board f ,
If you are going away for the summer "On the margin were a number of jolly party from the mainland which at $100 per year It being understoodthat I
I have sold any farm products for .adds. a great deal to our social life. his work was not to Include t '
of notes successively laid down Intendedto as much this year ns ever before. Summer: Haven la the matters of great importance i
line : greatest placeIn
you will be interested in our supberb fix the spot after the Teocalll bad OEO. WEATHEBSBEE. I the world to make friends and r

been torn down by the conquerors, tho I have lived here twenty-six years that Is the reason our people prefer A Republican i Prediction.
last naming a house beside the cathedral and have sold my produce as wall ns It to all other summer resorts. '

Leather which partly occupies tho area on any year and have had a. good roadto Mr. B. W. Rowley, postmaster and ',
and Charlie la
Suit Cases Bags which the ToocalU\, or pyramid supporting haul It over and a. good street to Mrs. Phillips Ed. Crutchfleld visiting in his New sister business man of Ban Mateo I. something .'
when I to town.J. In
.. the sacrificial stone formerly drive on Rot L. MOTEa. Augustine but will ba with us attain speech of before a practical the republican Joker. Mate a
rested. In a few days for the rest of the sea
I have gotten more for my produce convention In Jacksonville on Wednesday
fell Into '
"When the City of Mexico son.
as well as Trunks. : on an average than I have been getting he solemnly predicted that
the hands of the !Spaniards they tortured -1 ; am well satisfied with It to stay Judge V: Walton came to us last Putnam county would give. majority r
course Quatemotzln Co force him to tell dry. A. L. BAIIOHMAK. Saturday for his vacation of several for the republican ticket in No-

Of we are headquarters for Men'sfine what ha had done with this treasure I, I am satisfied with the prices for weeks. Ha Is hard at the fishingand vember.Mr. .
but did not succeed., Hero was what JOHN MOTHS. has forgotten that law and juries Rowley forgets that the white
Neckwear my exist. Summer Haven has five lawyers of this county almost to ,
Shoes Shirts purported to be Ms record, handed republicans
Underwear Negligee of Putnam .
I have been a citizen
down through more than three centuries. at present and yet this Is a a man took part in the democratic
county good. many yearn mid can p"acefuloommunlty. national, state and county primarythis ,
But why had not any of the truthfully say that none of our social spring and that by reason of )
etc., etc.FEARNSIDE. ; family dug It up and used HI The gatherings ever went offal smoothly Mrs. Katinan Mr. and Mis. Guy this affiliation are morally bound to .
secret had died with the last of the line, efore the abolishment of the liquor' White, Capt. and Mrs. Plckett and support the democratic ticket.
who gave me the record. My own explanation traftlo as they have since. All country all the children have returned to The News congratulates Row '
has been In better demand their homes and the Other End Is V'
was that tae treasure was In- produce I.yon his nomination by the convention 4
this year than in previous deserted save for .a very few old In- of railroad.
tended to aid In driving out the hated habitants.Ernest for the ollloe com .
years. missioner.
Spaniards It ever the opportunity ,
.. CLOTHING : should arrive. I confess at first I bad have lived here for twenty-seven Weathers and family are
years and my produce has sold for In the Bovine cottage but expect to
no confidence In finding a treasure but. more this season thnu any year In, return on Friday to their home at St. Republican State Ticket. J
I was a natural adventurer and resolved the wholevtlme. L. J, ARNOLD.All AUA'u tlne. The state republican convention In

\ to Investigate; of faun produce has sold nominated
my Jncksonvlllle Wednesday
"I found the house mentioned In thonoto quite well and more demand for It .Capt.last brought down a large the following state ticket. All
;party Thursday on the Baldwin.
of record which was nothing buta than ever before notwithstanding the They the time of the nominees with possibly one
passed pleasantly
: dingy hovel. It happened that tho panic and hard times. with fishing and bathing very returning or two exceptions, are Federal officeholders 11
army bad not been paid for months G. B. WILLIAMSON. to St.Augustine. in the late after :
.. COMPANY and the paymaster had just given us Prices on produce In Palatka have noon.J. Governor-John M. Cheney of Or ,

all that was duo"us. My pay was more certainly been good this year, lando. f,
E. STAGY N. Walton, H. E. Merryday and Comptroller I,. Skipper of Bar- e,
:. than the hut was worth and I bought Miss[ Irene Gardner who have been tow
It. It did not require' much time for I am satisfied with the way my ,spending their vacation on the hill Treasurer-I. E. Webster of Gainesville -
the family occupying It to move, for produce has sold this. year and did have returned to Palatka. much to p
e iPalatka they had nothing. As soon as they not have to drive over the town and so the regret of our summer colony. Sec. of State-John F. Horr of Key: 11
much and got better prices; no
Ftorida.mm"m""m' : had gone I bought a pick and shovel drunken man has been In my way.J. A few days ago the U. S. S. Captain. West.
: : and the same night went to work. The W. CNANON. Magulra ran ashore near the Twin Attorney General-F. C. Cubberlyof .

city had originally been built on a lake My sales on farm produce has Sisters about a mile or so south of Cedar Keys. W.
and almost anywhere one can dig down proven satisfactory, solo; better than Summer Haven, where she stayed all Supt. of
Holmes of Brevard Co.
through a soft black soil. But the I expeoted ; and was bothered withno one night and until noun of the following Com of Agriculture F. Stunkelof
aa document said the treasure was under drunken men on the atreet.JOHN day when the high tide floated -
S. Leesburg.
a. her and allowed her to
a comer of the sacrificial/ pyramid. At IlABBER. resume Railroad Commissioner W. h
her When
course. we first became
any rate, 1 found a bard Job being I have lived In Putnam county for acquainted with the Captain she was Rowley of Semi Mateo. t
obliged to remove a mass of loose nearly forty years and I can honestly the LsReve of Palatka, owned by N. Justice of Supreme Court-K. lilyof
for weeks without ass that there lies been very great Demand and Fred W. Marsh of ,
I worked
stone. .
'", ", ,,,, '''' Real Estate For Sale.Fine finding anything and was about to giveIt Improvement along nil lines sine J.Miss Tllghinau & Son* of that place. Pensncola.
our county went dry. Tho murketfor Sophie Howard and William The Times-Union thus refers to
metal. I
up when my plcto struck removed all country produce hoe. bean bet Rued will soon leave us and return to the Putnam county delegation:

H. Finley Tucker, =3 house in fine condition on Kirby St the stones partly covering It ter than ever before. I'' their Palatka homes. This Is the "Some of the visitors. when making
two story dwelling HaIfcash and pulled up a gold god. J. W: bTRANOE. first visit with both of them, but predictions for the future. looked at

Insurance, Real Estate, =3 lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. "From this time forward 1 worked I am satisfied with prices for my now that they have learned the way the world through rose-tinted glass
and came "'e trust It will not be their last visit themselves aM
with, encouragement soon produce considering the nnnlu. es. Many expressed
Op.Court House.. Falatka Flo 7 cent.
::: balance at per of upon, other articles My work was O. \Y. BKCKS. to us.Considering. being very hopeful. D. M Kirby,
__ t -- Small farm of about 5 acres with welling, on edge necessarily glow as I was obliged to I am perfectly satisfied with price ,-- --. -- -- -. postmaster. at Pnlntkn, who will no y
:= l'lnce." Half Cash the atones and earth I bad excavated the went doubt be a candidate to suaceed hlms -
ReaL remove for since
Estate Bargain = "Fitzhugh my produce iiouuty I have
known as n panic
E. of the
"lf, and Gem Gay snni
.U.I Johns River 5 miles from PaInt. piecemeal.. Finally I came dry. U. THOMAS. old. all the produce I ye'Lrl eed and
St. of
No. "* on historic city handed out the vote
09-Two bulldlllK lots In th* place .
North End =3No"W The Lippincott upon one Immense mass of gold and The predate: that I sold In 1'ulntka for really more money than' I exp old Putnam county to Chair run n
,a bargain. nt troll. one mile of river frontage. jewelry: that during three centuries this year did as well or hotter than I 'ctcd. R F. BIGIDON, Chubb and Secretary Lee on a silverplatter.

-A doublo afore on lamE2: Otfc properties both in the City and Country..! : for sale on had almost become welded together. expected. W. M CANNON. I am satisfied with the prices that Both Secretary Lee and '\0'

on i 9E,80 loot front by 110 feet r3doepv HENRY $ RUNZ. "How I got this treasure out and Our sales have bnen. good| ns be- t sold my produce for since he county Mr. Chubb accepted the gift with
We now rented so OM to ::: easy terras. Apply to disposed of It without being discovered fore. KVII.LH linos. want dry. A. L. Lr.tVRAK. thanks and neither of them laughed

pay: 11\Axl Interns on money: In. :::Z: -- -- -- .. would require a great many pages to I have sold my produce for more I have no kick coming for what I .ac the donors except in their sleeves. ; jt
vent ted.V>rue only) f',(XX> II iiolil ZS -- toll. I melted the gold as fast as I than' I ever did before rugnrdless. of old< this year. J, M, '1'. BAUOHMAN.I Mr. Rowley thought He could swing
quick pS out and In this form It was thw Unmiclal depression;. also had Ian!: Mateo into the republican column -
i1'i1'----, ., took It will say that I have sold my t mel- ." .
No.*110- A good g0041.roo'1oo'lw.'lIhlll ::3 '",,, ,'''';i1'' '; not hard to dispose of. The Jewels more demand for it. ns for butter prices and found no

111 tho Wiut Kliaoc, > Do,l"i>..Uoot, r:::g ;?J were more difficult, owing to their cutting H. L. ROBKHT8. roublH In getting them olf my hands.. .
lotsnonil modern oOI\Von! ,! rsj .) Rings Fancy Stone Rings A which would easily be recognized This Is my Drub.yvnr farming li. Other barter the same regardless of Wsrnlnas. For the Wi...
.... f I.SO. 12 ill\ Plain i'enlel and I nm well pleased
,on easy pAyments === 1V' lu Mexico. I sent them to other coun can aLlY the money panic.W. You know the first signpost on the

Your PropertyegyodlorInrurd |3 I.. tries and many of them sold for fabulous wltlf the way my produce L, L.has MOODY.sold, R. WILKINSON. Great Main road "When a woman

Bought! or gold t It' and "'- sums. It was several years between I have bad l no trouble selling my advertises tbat she Is virtuous, a man
II"'I I have sold my produce more easilygot'morey inoduoennd believe them .
the discovery: of the first and was morn that he Is a gentleman a community
i-: Rents Colleoted. i \ .s- f last article. When I was sure there instead of trade bufore.W. and. demand for It. D. A. SANDBKS. that It Is loyal or a country that It Is

....... .. ...:::. 11e1 was nothing more 1 relald the floor for higher prices than .ever W. MOODY. IBolrt more potatoes the week following 'lawabldlna/ -go the other way."-Ruilfard -
the wet election than
H. or dry
Finley Tucker.mmmmmmmmmuull. | ii' of the house, -which 1 bad taken op Klpllig.
j \f) 1 hnve sold all my produce for had ever sold before lu one week,and
and locked the premises. more this season than ever before except ounnot complain at my sales the
i. We have j. d now designs in Fancy "la order to account for my wealth arrnpes, and there was and overproduction whole season. Am satisfied for dry Hope Is flatterer, but the most upright -

I.t amethyst i I purchased a wornout Mexican mine this year. county to stay with us. of .all parasites, for she frequents 4
/e\ Stone RinKs Slit with turquois, and gave out that I was" taking out H. CANNON. N. J. HAN WOK, the poor man's but as well as tbs pal-' .

|WANTED-RP|fable,* n erg e 11 ofttamen mnrihe sardonyx:: etc gold In fabulous quantities. 1 bad Ism well satisfied with Palatka I have sold my produce. well or lice of his 4nperlora-Sb"natou. t
to handle an article rhaWs I.t) jade, aqua- w many offer for this mine, but declined market ss my reduce sold .as wellor batter than In previous years I am

1 Biisatton demand la In made all household Com-satis- t.\S Plain Band Rings, wide Tiffany and narrow them all. Finally when 'I no longer better than I expected. satisfied for the county to .stay dry. Chronic Diarrhaa Cured.

thoroughly needed It as a blind I announced that | 0.11. CANNON K; E BKNNKTT. has. for been troubled
etury. Address Box 177, 6aln/ *.- "My father years
III". i..lu. 81-8t t Diamond Rings- 1 / the rein. had given oqt, end ceased to wilt. say. that I have. sold some What I have had to sell hlte sold with chronic dlarrhiva. and tried every '
loose Diamonds which wewill set la anystyle 'I work It"Through:. I barter a.' well or better this year without any trouble, and I believe It means possible to effect a our., without

|You get the belt: groceries at iow- Also 'I my life I have kept this [than last and belisva. the market as Is all right for Putnam county to stay avail." write John H. Zirkle of Philippi -

prices when you trade with A. f \ mounting desired.SMITH secret and have arranged that It shall good or better than. last year.J. dry. T. IS. SIUANOH. I, W.Va "H. saw Chamberlain'. Colic -

winger at.the. now atorc. Dot be revealed till a grandson comes A. FREDERICK. I am satisfied with prices received Cholera and Dlarrhom Remedy advertised
l 1 i 'my only I aia highly satisfied with priors except for my melons. It. J. CANNON' / In the Fhlllppl Republican. and
STRAYED-Fron.1. \,. Strange. The Jeweler Into tho property.; But as received for all farm produce In our (Wa understand Mr Canon decided to try It. The result I I. one bottl -
enlnl. a tao solorsd Jersey Cow 're' | Is not yet married this paper Is home market a' Palatka thin y..ar80ld of his melons to .Mr.-. cured him and h* "u* not sufferedwltli
''P''olnl mark; no horns; Meets; / ; wes likely to be nod by1 human eyes better than ever before; and th* p rather state) pa the disease for eighteen monthn.Befor .

eR'e' l "tlfy \y. u: l n>rry, Palntfca.Biul 1 '. some time to ." grand and glorious consolation Is not -- -----.- taking this remedy h* wa.* a eoastani -
Palatka, Florida. }" LAWTtENCK FOSTER CUUUCII. a drunken man cam to my wagon, to sufferer, He Is now sound and wall
dyspepsia or Indigestion' for 1. buyanythlng L. BMITH.: TO BENT-Eight room flat over I and .although sixty yean old, era do a*

ar. No appetite, and what. I did eat : See Gramarer for frrooenes. Best In My produce sold aa well or better Aokerman-SUwart Drug Store. Apply -' much work.a* a young man. 'Bold. toyAakrman8twan

tLer.'teased me terribly Burdock Blood fe "" '",,,, ,""" ': ., cured Ise." -J..jI' Walker!- ,. :"'...."" ;, .
ty. Ohio.

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; News TO ARRANGE FOR --A Little-, ---More-- --- Pipe I---- ---

; ------ -- HOME CODING WEEK Editor In rcplr PALATKA to a NEWS"Little Matter of Up-to-Date Vaudeville and k

Pipe" In tile News of JulY 8lst, would
= and $ like to bring out the point that there Moving Picture
: are two sides to most Vice President Hamm presided at explain a little further to pl
1 $ a well attended meeting of the Pa- readers of city utfnlrs. All dealers ) Show

........... laUra Board of Trade lust Monday In Palatka had equal chance for find- .
_ _ _
night.: Ing out that this pipe was to be purchased A. AT TUB 2=:__ -
: a business Letters were read from the Jacksonville notice being published In theproeepdlngs
4 and Green Cove Springs of the council; Mr.
.r boards of trade, urging the appointment Montmollln got his fist Information r1tIweH;
a months of a committee from the Palnt ,, / Caro from the paper! any
ka board to confer with similar committees the city had the same opportunity. ,
from their organizations for Captain Points surely knew that the
left the piomotlonof 'a hard road from for he was
on purchase was to be made, BEGINNING
v. old home Jacksonville to this city, and L. C). talking of the various hinds. of pipeIn
Stephens' (.1. B. Seldeu and Mayor F. store, III

'_ progressive in the city sent H.'Hie Wilson the executive Pulatka were committee bouid.appointed to reportedthat teprn- the Mr.the presence Montmollln Meryday's of several may grocery people.have known Monday Night::3 Aug. 1 O. E

Co. on
the" Christopher
the bid of
_ <<: an Interview had been had with National Tube Go's standard galvan- i
and D. P. A. '1'. Squler' of Omega relative to did not, know the bid '
l laud but
j: In moving nuts mill to Palatka, and had on" galvanized pipe wiouaht iron pipe such The Musical Adams, in a High-Class] Musical I
two or three locations In view, which received
,j I ; Clmlflncb will be submitted to Mr. Squler us from was four bought.concerns Bids. to were furnish l I hi* -? Novelty. and Miss Crystal Dell, Novelty ]

The matter of a general cleaningup and !Mr. !Iilonmtiumol Ii ii'ii was tin' r
the ( and Dancing Change Artist in conueo"
( of the for the winter Singing ,
_ : to Pablo city coming/ lowest of nil. The impendent ""I!
was discussed at some length. A the News made< several slight i>rom/ with Pictures.
cleaning day was Buggpntt-d while ,. .'
I up I In quoting I wh.it. "Mr. (Talg ;.Id ]
is out others thought It had better b<* made When I asked Mr. Merrydsy "WliHl.
s this week u week. It was finally decided to shall I do about this i>ll>e?" He i iplied me-
_ and take tho matter up Inter and arrange IH the lowest
"w ho
. something on the orderol a "home bidder bv?:"B-king Ho then mild.. !Mr. Mont- Prices: 10 15 and 25c. l
coming" week, the object being to
Crutch- molllu I should have the I poiilruoi I
_ \ of get Palatka.everybody InteieBted. the new after being told that he had submlt- I Tickets on sale at Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co.
ed the lowest
) days in
' .. The hospital committee reported This is not the first pipe dcnl ; .several
had been made
,,, and for payment arrangements of the balance due on nbout inonthH six thousand ago the feet dry, of purchased|ilpj-' ; time 1
In the property, and that it wns the Intention .
I were the local/ dealers were a keJ for birla. mid
, road: mis to open the hospital by the submitted them, but the pipe was
, ,, islou. first of November. The hospital Is bought fiom J. G. Christopher he- -....",
.. to be operated for the benefit of the that
the lowest
I his bid was
1. t all In community but as a pay institution., time.cause Thla pipe wft bought from '
the patients to be taken actual
as near because his
MI'?H. M.de
u ousts as pOssible The hospital bid the lowest thin. time.ReBpectrully. Kanner's Great
residence was
Is to be furnished and outfitted by ,
. contributions. All regular physicians J. E. CKAIO
the county are to be given equal opportunity City Knglnoor amid Supt 'V. W.
: for for practice, and It was hoped to
Ashevllle make It a training school for nurses The News has no desire to enter
mountain Mr. Selden's' motion of thanks for Into a controversy with City :J.< ngl-
the work of the hospital committee, nner Craig or any other citizen particularly .
and of endorsement and proffer of over a matter with which It Sal
munlcl- assistance to the trustees was unanimously has no concern. And neither dm-s it
: I the plant adopted. propose to silently submit to being
| and Hon. H. A. B. McKenzIe sent' In a branded as a. scapegoat for the nets .
added con communication he had received from or words of another.
the state commissioner of The "eorr spond"llt of the News"to
: Tucker asking for printed matter Agriculture concerning whom Mr. craig" refers, was the is now going on. and to make the! Sale a successful one

Palatka was turned over to responsible. editor of this paper, and
V needed, Buaoh.rest the committee on statistics. with request he has had some little! experience In we will offer EXTRA DIG BARGAINS for Saturday,

_ I and Mr.him.H. some data that to the be committee submitted prepare at the of Interviewing whom he has public witnessed olllclals, In many the Aug. 8, and Monday Aug. 10. We mention a few:

; I next meeting./ same "wiggling" act now essayed by
, form- the city engineer. Fruit of Loom 10 yds to customer 08o

V I of Urun-. Mr. Mr. Stelts Discharged.Judge voice Tho the News protest was of last a responsible week nckcd business to- Unbleached Muslin, per yard _. . oijo

_ : ,: real C. I. Ro".toll on Friday man of this city the waterworks Checked homespun, per yard. . . . . Cjo
i south Flor morning last week discharged 1. \ committee of the city council Apron Ginghams, to go at this sale at per yard. . fio|
H. Stalls,charged with selling liquor had purchased a largo amount of Iron White Indian Lawn, regular 5 aud lOo_ value, this gala OJc

Is In a dry county. who hud for lack been of arrested evidenceMr.Htclts Ripe without dealers. axklng These city proposals merchants(multi, Indian Lawn44 inch wide, sold at 18c, Will go at. lOc+
I ,'. by
of D and
tux, felt that Indian Head, 44 inch wide regular 25o goods will at
.. on the Hherlir Howell. was /given a preliminAry who are large payers go 12Jo+
formerly hearing before Judge Rowtonon thoy had been Ignored-treated un Silk Mull regular Ooc goods, during this sale, 18J

of the late Thursday afternoon and was ably fairly. COO yds Japan Silk in all colors, regular 70o goods at JSo

Judge defended Rowton by Judge took the E. mailer N. Calhoun under. a matter The News of fact thinks It has to too not previously though as 500 yda Black and colored Taffeta, CO( inch, worth 'M.25

D. L. Bin- advisement and rendered his decision Bllld BO.Before. per yard, during this sale"at per yard 06o
M White, at 10 o'clock the next morning. voicing the protests of the Big! lot of Imported Novelty Dress Goods, sold at $1 1.60,
V., in the city !Mr. Howell says, however thAt aggrieved local dealeis lu iron pi po, during this sale at pAr yard . 89c
on their thin conceived It to be Its dutyto S
the discharge oflr.: Stelts docs 1I0t puper
One lot :Silk Shirt Waists sold for $8.50 to $1.50 will
where they end the case, as It Is his purpose. to first find out if the pipe had ac. ,
call the attention of the /grand jury tually been ordered and second who go during this Bale at . :$2.19 and $::1.78
to It. wan responsible for its purchase
W. R.
V constituted Tbe News did not hear !Mr. Stelts without first giving local. dealers a To Gentlemen we also offer everything in stock, I
chance bid.
defense.A .
and road Keuka ex I To get this information' \ It sought consisting of Clothing Shoes, Gents Furnishings, Hali
I the men directly concerned In the
house on W. C., T. U. Protest.The transaction\ and interviewed .lIem.N at cost. Come early and select your Dargains. Don

people of Palatka on both sides one of them will deny the! correct-
\ from of the "Wet or Dry" question. are nesss of the News'. report of their ut forget this sale only lasts 15 days so come and see for |

Wednesday much astonished at the dismissal of teranoes, except Mr. Craig.In I yourself and get the benefit of them.
com the "blind tiger" case brought .be- the above communication that
S were M. fore Judge Rowton last week. gentleman says the News "made sev LOOK FOR THE RED FRONT.KANNER'S .
_ t'C M. Kelly, The evidence In the case seems to cruel slight errors In quoting\ what Mr.
_ Livingston, have been conclusive and the public Craig said. If then were any errors -
I \ will be glad to hear an explanationof they were certainly. "slight."
with his such it miscarriage of justice. There was no error In tho meaning.. TWIN STORES
The News confesses ,
that It dill
Hilburn, Is lIIEAlDI.:1\.: C. T. U.
his aged some offl'! Craig's words and the New and 4th St
______ V there to emphnsls he placed upon them, but Rosenberg Building Corner Lemon j
return Heston Wins Yacht Race.A they were not relevant. Ho win" so Palatka. Florida.
emphatic placing, the ,responsibility .
that Mr. race between the sail yachts
S Palatka 'YoIus"ofJackonviiieanci upon Mr. Merrydiiy that he twice
urged the editor to with him
_ home of Palatka oil Thursday go to
was pulled last -
/ afternoon that gentleman, who he said,"would
in.a light and
verp... not repeat his statement" before "me."
flukey wind. the )
: wlunluj by
_ time past There la, however error of ststement rrnrnwwumwmwi
four minutes.
over Her Ch..r.ley
owner -
left ou Heston In the above letter of Mr.UratlC'8. .
S Uopt.Vlng..te and two
/ the He
says "Bids were received -
three others arrived
or In a launch

friends.and ou lead Tuesday came snort..morn an In/old. Charley PalHtlca.Is hnvand a this pipe from and four Mr. concerns Monfmollin'a to furnish was' Bargains in Palatka

onnh nt n the lowest of all." The records
has lots of rlnd8., I) r----: 01
i ;;
show Is The "Flukey" was not launched the council show that the J. G. Christopher : .
same old bid the
was lowest True
until Tuesday afternoon. after having -
Gardner. there was a question as to quality,
been hurriedly ringed for the
up Farm Town
S and the
the News race. Uontmollln has no excuse to committee decided In favoi' or Property,
of Mr. Montmollln
S services make however, and says that the result and probably
wisely decided, but that
$ does not al
means more fun In thla line this
lie will ter the error In our respondent's Timber Lands for Sale Lease.
evening. winter as It Is their Intention to get state mm:aim t. or
up some races at both Palatka and
with rel Jacksonville Mr. Heston states that Concerning Mr Craig's statement
has "that Capt. Points suiely knew that
the new boat club at Jacksonville
V at Mon will probably build several boats the purchase-was to ho imitle. etc.,"

expected to after the lines of the Yola., which Is Capt Points says:
r just about the same size as the Mr."I Arthur was coming from the depot and I HNA.FORD

S 10\, an will up- good Flukey.yacht Pal club atka and at one this time was one hud of a the street lu Merryday front of stopped the Merryday me on i

Thea- the greatest attractions tbe city ever I grocery store and asked me If there
was In
had. In fact, many of our people do pipe. I told him
pic there and
was when he told me
not appreciate our beautiful l riveruntil
about the :
Christopher anil Mont
have visited
they other
series of partsof llu bids and the Real Estate
uncertainty of thecommittee
and Miss the state away from the St Johns. ,
No stream of water In this as to .HIM kind of pipe

'tV are and lOu, can between compare Jacksonville with the St.and' Johns Palatkn.country river.* to meant Christopher by: Christopher nl|), on advised the longdlRtance him Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. i
\ at Ack-
... tulcphonn and find out -
--- This i
conversation was time first"
25 young The Kennerly: Hardware Co., yes- Intimation I hud that' bids had been National Surety Company
: to Silver terday shipped 85,0JO( pounds of deer askedand, this was Mfter thp ),Ids I
the same tongue. This Is the largest shipment hnd been opened. I WHS never 'of New York.
: / % to visit of : Florida.of the kind ever made from shown to bid."/ ny spociauullniis) nor tucked I; i

and Ham The Wonderland moving picture Work Starts on Baptist ChurchMr.
Bathing show on Tuesday night netted $20
5 In, and for St.' Marks paving fund and the H. O Unmm hAS shown the WflWP
general ladles of the" church guild desire, News the blue ni'In tit of the architect
home through the News to thank the management of the new First. Baptist church -
Buky work ou the foundations of which
were the for their kindness and also was
all those who by their attendance 1''hla nhiirfth.. ... nrltlil... ..'.... I.li.. ... K... _. h__ i
contributed to the success of the benefit ----- ---- W U. u. con-
Crete will b! a very handsome.
for performance. nnd The Line
Imposing eiliICD niiil one In Only Complete
Monday III Rev. and 1Ir8.Vm.. Wyllle returned WRY worthy of the new" 1'ulutkn.eVery null I
cement on Wednesday from pleasant t citizens or all denominations 18
Woodmar trip up the OcklawaliarlverasgUHsts. very wpproprlntely walk up to their OHII of Furniture and House
company's of Capt.. Howard. Rev. Mr. Wylllv HnptUt friends and oonifrNtuliHe i ii
lu a phys. will spend the balance of his vacation them on their enterprise. :
the con In North Carolina, though he bUilding will
arTm8 '
V require about
of Palatka will preach by Invitation next Sunday conor S successful whtch( the at Pablo Beach. tlon have and! fully three-fourth of thena i I

Judge E. E. Huskell already been made by Mr
competi the leave; next Monday for expects the White tq Hammond, who IH also to lIuperlnI ; 13-3lS-3In "

'p bid Mountains where he will remain dur I, tend Kev.the J.construction. C ap.t M. R. Ryan :
U. Collum ;
.' money log the next two months. Mrs. Haskell the punter, |Is at i ,
.: present In Perry N. (Coo
.. lu left for her old home some two enjoying hl<< I
contract. months ago and will be with Judge vaontlon.cervices but will return and resume 1 e .e.e... ..& ............_..eeEEE
hid was Haskell during his vacation. on the. lust Sunday' of this Vmnomith. -
-- -
The ;public Is cert Inly under obIIUlo"M'lo !
nhowii: the Jeweler W, S.' Fry He
paper re- has just had Installed at his Her. Way. !
S own expense
) a a flow -of water for drinking "I wouldn't cry like that U I were OO&DI 1
;; ; ; ;; ; \ Anna Barnug.W purposes at the, corner of Lemon and you" mid" a lady to little Alice B : ::. ,

: : as former Kione street This water Is from the "Well. said Alice betweeo her sobs, : !
-p .. old flawing' well which for years sup 'you can cry any way you like "
of this but : ': '
R a aa plied the public fountain recently\ this' 'Is ;
removed my wny.--umted .. .. .
Ti .
late Rob- to the court house. This Presbyterian w>M-.II>d> inkk... .. IN_ tII. ';.w'17rSi.o
a water Dipt P. rq. n. THI HANKtm-IURNlR CO, S-I Ivy .*
prosper comes from a depth of 21:1: feet : .--
Life I Is ._
: *. Mrs. measured by
a and Is refreshingly cool. experience --V.
: Many regard and -
not ,- -
The It as the best water In Palatka years.-Latln Proverb. 4
I occurred and will drink no fit her. Mr. :-o. -
p4 Fry -e
.5 survived Besides side las pined of his this store water and has to the set a Front stream at. KU1X.AURER rtB-ri-SBK.V. >the. .=:;a :Eu tna.t'C.: :ib..ar: : : c'V I II
S. mother going the waste running into a neat I fALATKA, .L.ORIDA. nd'
l H. Leete, cemented sink, thence toan. underground ._PUG piQTKiANfani Drugs Chemicals Sundrle9PRESORSP'f'ONS '
4 leaves outlet. Hs his also placed a FLtX POWDERmth Druggist
S I ., Howell, shelf on the trunk of the jislmeUo Patents. I
: N.
"ello. tree close by on which are glasses for CAREFULLY OOM.OUNDftD.tIP"
S | Blngham- all who would slake their thirst-and H ."aa URDBN saab MallorY !
do A! hundreds so dally. .
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of Fortune. The 'threatening cloud have non-
Origin a HAVE PROSPEREDDespite
spired amongst. themselves to l lessen $2000 HARD ROAD.
the gaiety at Summer Haven duringthe
past week but man dislikes to
[Original. the Predictions of the aCknowle<1ll..eTen the elements. as Commissioners Equalize Taxes

-- Our AnnualMIDSUMMER I am of tbe tblrd generation. since Liquor Advocates- Have his superior officer the fishing goes\ and Make County Levyof

L enormous wealth came Into our family Sold Truck at Satisfactory merrily onward. The number of fish I3i Mills
now that wealth wa. acquired ban caught since our last letter has not
not boon definitely. known. My grand Prices. been. as much as heretofore but several The board of County Commissioners .
large bass have been landed and were in session a full week. this "
father when twenty-Ova. yean old was During the late "wet or dry" agltiv-
our sportsmen are still "hard at It." month the adjournment being in the
a captain In the American army that I Lion In this county u stock argument! The largest bass. of the season belongs afternoon of Wednesday.
conquered. a peuco with Mexico As among advocates of liquor when talk. to William Reed of Palatka Next tQ equalizing; the tax books, i'
I soon na tbe war was ended, be resigned tog with the farmers. was, lint in the and If he should land another very the most Important. work of the
: CUT SALE : Ills commission and engaged In mining event that Pal atka voted out the sa soon we will be compelled to transport board was an appropriation of (2.OOO
: becoming Immensely+ rich. Ills loons they would not be able to sell William to some other sphere. for a hard surface road at San Mateo. .

fortune was left to my father and at their crops I The fish In qn..tlon-wbloh. by the For this work a. committee. of
father's loath to me when I should Mr. T. E. Strange remembering 'way In his second large bass catch three consisting of John A Crosby,
oiy these. statements, has made It a busIness this week-weighed something more S. W. Rowley and Commissioner. B. 1
all come of age. My father left a letter to Interview the farmers concerning than forty-five pounds and was hung T. Solana. la to have supervision. \,
on SUMMER WEIGHT CLOTHING and for me, stating that I would find In acertain the remits of the sale of their In the Inlet. It was only after. the They are to attend to the expendstore .

secret. place Information that I first crop since tbe county went dry. most exalting struggle during which of the money furnishing vouch

Straw Hats is now on--and it's a saving : was to transmit to my successors. I lyre Is what the farmers of Peniel both boy and bass wandered. ((1)) quitea ers for work, freight and material.
money am today twenty-one and b.ve..e. a/,4 vicinity say: distance from their original place : for which the board after approval,

sale to all the Men cured a document containing the Infor I can say that I am well pleased of meeting that William finally conquered will issue warrants. An additional
and Boys in Putnam mation. This Is a copy. The original with the priors have received for the daughty denizen of the appropriation of $100, or so much i
written my produce this year. I have received deep. The pride of the conqueror. thereof as may. be necessary was
was by grandfather: ___
county who need clothes. Think of it-- "After the battle of Cerro. Gordo I better prices for them. this was great and he brought the captive made to pay for grading.
year than I did in years past. I do home on his shoulder boy .and fish The board spent a large amount of
wont over the Held to /give aid and the site. line lu going over the assessor's
not think the county's Kolng dry has being quite near to same !
comfort! to the wounded. Among books and equalizing titxes. ThU.
Injured us farmers In the leant I
them I found a young Mexican or, think It boa been. a I'ro..bhell' to Sunday was unusually quiet with work will be published In the Tim....
three launches
us only down
: rather Aztec who was In a frightful the came Herald for two weeks. and those
everybody, not only 'lo countybut from St.
As the weather
: 25 Per Cent OffOn condition. Augustine. whose assessment has been raised If
He looked up at me pitifully to Palatka. Just look buck one was bad we did not expect and
with bis mild Aztec eyes, reminding year ego at PalatkA and then look at were agreeably. surprised to many see those they feel" that they are entitled. to a.
me of pictures I bad seen. of the her toclnv, and I think you will see a that did come These Sunday. pur- "kick, may do so on the first Monday
dlnnrence. We have had In September, when the boardwill
: emperor of Montezuma.Nl called. some great some ties are usually family affairs and
trouble with blind tigers but I am meet for the purpose of listeningto
men with a stretcher and bad him removed are very quiet and orderly most of .

all Summer Suits Extra Trousers to a field. hospital, where be received sure they for we will have never a good amount set of to oUlc anything the our visitors regular.being Summer friends Havtmltes.or relativesof complaints.The tax levy for the county was
: attention. Then I secured his 6
ere who are doing their duty towards made as follows: School fund a
removal to a permanent hospital where keeping them down. I for one am A number of our young folks visited mills; General. Revenue. fund 2%
he lingered. for awhile and died. Be- well pleased. with the decision the Cherokee farm yesterday. and report mills; Ruad fund 1J< mills; Bridge t
and Straw
Hats. fore his death he told me that he was people have made and I live In hopesof a delightful trip. This farm lea fund, ly mills Hard Road fund 4'
the lust lineal. male descendant of the whole state of Florida soon most beautiful place .and the handsome 2)f) mills total ia>i mills. t
Ouatemotzln nephew of the EmperorMonteauma being dry. O. W. KKLLDM. house Is built of coquina with .The state levy Is divided as follows
palmetto and General Revenue 2 mills
cedar A. M. : ;
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- whom be succeeded. 'You It was a gtntral saying among the Cuttings, a northern pillars.millionaire, schools, 1 mill: Pensions 4 mills
have been very kind to me,' be said, people of Putnam county who voteda built the place and his fanrllyctlllspend State Hoard of Health. mill: total.
'and I am going to reward you./ Then wet ticket that if tbe county wont their winters there with a taw state 7>i mills.
baum & Go. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored :
: taking a gold locket from bis neck he dry It would be a !great drawback to friends. The party from here found The total levy for county and stateIs
gave It to me saying 'Your reward the farmers for they could not sell the place so delightful that it waa 21 mills.
Suits i in Tropical Worsteds Serges etc. as In that. Soon after he died. their produce In Palatka at a living very hard to leave but they finally The board authorized payment of
,, "I did not examine the locket till price. I can say of a truth that I am got away from "Cuttings' dock" and $250 to Hon.S. J. Hilburn for legal
well pleased. .at the prices I have receIved .arrived home In the early evening. services In the local option election t
well Summer Wash Suits. peace had been declared. Then I this und I have sold
as season,
Those who were In the party were and an additional (25: for leg"lopl.
It and took out a small piece the merchants of Palatka
opened directly to MaJ. W. U. Vertrees of Nashville, ion on the bridge contract.
of prepared skin, on which was written with exception.of two shipments to Misses Susie Lee Walton, Irene The balance Assessor Bullard'scommission ;
The Straw Hat Sale includes an extra something In the ancient Aztec. other states. J. O. ti IITIl. Gardner and Jessie Burton, Messrs held back on tax. roll of

With It was some writing In Spanish I got more out of my farm produce W. H. Williamson. H. E Merryday 11)07 amounting to $:\\09,04 was ordered -

choice line of Panama and Yacht Hats. These on paper which proved to be a, trans the week. following wet or diy election and L. D. Phillips and Will Walton /paid.?.
latlon of the Aztec. I knew enough than I had ever done before In and William. Keed. The board also ordered a 10 foot T I

Spanish to decipher. It. It was dated one week and it has continued notwithstanding One of ladles discovered concrete sidewalk around the entire
our bur-
will be for four months and a court house .
: worn yet, you lath of August 1521, and read: My always the went financial below fifteen pnnlo.. glar one night last week and It caused advance. square.An of $150 was ordered q
IB about to fall Into the hand eggs quite an excitement.. If there. Is
"Our city paid O. L. Tucker on account of workon
can afford to throw away your soiled straws. of the Spaniard I, Qiiatemotxln, mparor. cents a dozen every summer and we any more trouble of that kind It may the Grnndln hard road.
them but It looks like eatingmotley
have burled what !. left of our treasure ate ; \> prove .serious for the burglar.. E. Noble Calhoun was re-
northwest corner of the when I can get thirty cents Judura -
under* .
.._ _
ToocalU. for them. J. W CONWAY. Th o Tro.ixuuy h ouee le occupied L vy u tallied. aslegaladvisorforthe boardat
If you are going away for the summer "On tbe margin were a number of jolly party from the mainland which $100 per year It being understood
I have Bold my farm produce for adds .a great deal to our social, life that his work was not to include

you will be interested in our supberb line of : notes fix successively the .spot after laid the down Teocalll Intendedto bad as much this OBO.year WEATHEHSBBB.ns ever before. Summer! the world Haven. to Is make the greatest friends placeIn and matters of-great"-Importance.---- d i +

: been torn down by the conquerors, the I havu lived here twenty-six years that Is the reason our people prefer A Republican Prediction.
Inat naming a house beside the cathe- and have sold my produce as w..lIl\s it to all other summer resorts. I 1

Suit Cases and Leather : dral which partly occupies. the area on any :year and have had a good road Charlie Is Mr. 8. W. Rowley postmaster and
Bags : Phillips visiting his sister
: which the Teocalll or pyramid sup- to haul It over and a good street to Mrs. Ed. Crulchfleld In New business man of San Mateo Is something -
porting the sacrldclal stone formerly drive on when I got\. to town.J. of a practical joker. In a i
L. MOTES. Augustine but will be with us again speech before the republican tats s
rested. In a few days for the rest of the sea convention Jacksonville on Wednesday {
I have. gotten more for my produce
"Whoa tbe City of Mexico fell into son.
as well as Trunks. :. on an average than I have been getting he solemnly predicted that i
the bands of the Spaniards they tortured ; am well satisfied with it to stay Judge V: Walton came to us last Putnam. county would give a majori
Gaatemotxln fo force him to tell dry. "' A. L. BAUOHMAN. Saturday for his vacation of several ty for the republican ticket in No ,

Of course we are headquarters for Men'sfine what he had done with this treasure. I satisfied with the prices for weeks.. He Is hard at the fishing vember.Mr. .
but did not succeed.. Here was what am JOHN MOTEL .and has forgotten that law and juries Rowley forgets that the whlto
Shoes Underwear .Negligee Shirts Neck- : purported to be bis record, banded my produce. exist. Summer Haven has five lawyers republicans of this county almost to
I have been a citizen of Putnam democratic
: : down through more than three cen- at present and yet this is a a man took part In the
county a good\ many years and can peaceful. community.Mrs. national state and county primary
turies. But why bad not any of the truthfully that none of our social of
etc. .tc.FEARNSIDE say this spring, and that by reason ;
wear, family dug It up and used Itt Tbe gatherings: ever. went oil as smoothly Katman, Mr and Mrs. Guy this anlllatlon are morally bound to
secret bad died with the last of tbe line, before the abolishment of the liquor White, Capt. and Mrs. Plokett and support the democratic ticket R
who gave me tbe record. My own explanation traffic as they have since. All coun- all the children have returned. to The News ... Mr. Row. /
was that the: treasure was Intended try produce has been In better. demand their homes and the Other End Is ley on his nomination by the convention .
to aid In driving out the bated this year than In previous deserted save for a very few old In for the ofllce of railroad com ,
ARTHUR H. OMES. habitants. -
Spaniards If ever the opportunity years. missioner.
: CLOTHING : should arrive. I confess at first I had I have lived here for twentysevenyears Ernest Weathers and family are
and my produce has sold for In the Bevlns cottage, but expect to
treasure but Ticket.
confidence In finding State
no more this season. than any year In, return on Friday. to their home at St.Augustine. Republican
I was a natural adventurer and resolved Ii. J ARNOLD.
the whole"t.hne. The state. republican convention InJaoksonvlltle
to Investigate; Allot farm has sold Wednesday nominated .
produce on
"I found the house mentioned In the quite well and more demand for It Capt.last Allen brought down a large\. the following state ticket. All ,
the Baldwin
party Thursday on
note of record, which was nothing but than ever before notwithstanding the They the time of the nominees, with possibly one
a dingy hovel. It happened that tbo panic and hard times.O. witfiehingand passed bathing very pleasantly returning or two exceptions .are Federal ofncn -

army bad not been paid for months B. WILLIAMSON. to St. Augustine In the late afternoon holders rGov..rnorJohn
COMPANY and the paymaster had Just given us Prices on produce In Palatka have M. Cheney of Or +

+ all that was duo W\ My pay was more certainly been good this year. lando.
J. N. H. E. and of Bar-
and .c... STACY Walton Merryday Comptroller L. Skipper ,
than the but was worth I bought Miss Irene Gardner. who have been tow
It. It did not require much time for I am satisfied with the way. my spending their. vacation on the hill, 'rrea.urer-I. Webster of Gain ,
-' the family occupying It to move for produce has sold this year. and did have returned to Palatka much to esville. ,
As as they. not have to drive over the town so the of John Horr of l
they had nothing. soon regret our summer colony.A See. of State- F. Key
much .and better prloes .and no
got ;
Patatt Florida."mm"m"r had gone I bought a pick and shovel drunken man has been In my way.J. few days ago the U. S.S. CaptainMagulre West. General. F. C. Cubberlyof
and the same night went to work. The W CNANON.My ran ashore near the Twin Attorney -

city bad originally been built on a lake, sales on farm produce has Sisters, about a mile or so south of Cedar or Keys.Pub. In.truotlon-O..o.. W.

and almost anywhere one can dig down proven satisfactory, sold better than Summer Haven, where she stayed all Holmes Supt. of Brevard Co.
through a soft black solL But the 1 expected; and was bothered withno one night and until noon of the following I Com. of Agriculture. F. Stunkel.
document said the treasure was under the street.. day when the high tide floated -
drunken men on
.. .. ., ,. her and allowed or Leesburg. S,
her to resume
e. .
a corner of the sacrificial pyramid. At JOHNBARBER. Railroad. Commissioner W.
her cour.e.Vhen first becameacquainted
any rate. I- found a hard job. being I have lived lu Putnam county for with the we she Rowley of SAn Mateo.
Captain was
obliged nio remove a mass of loose nearly forty years and I can honestly the Lalteve of Palatka owned by N. Justice of Supreme Court-E. Diy

( ", ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, Real Estate For Sale.Fine stone.finding anything I' worked and for was weeks about without to giveIt Improvement BUY that there along hAIl been nil lines very great since J. Tllghman Sans of that plaoe. or Pensaoola.Deland and Fred. W. Marsh of

our county .. )'. The. market Miss Sophie Howard and William The Tlmea-Vnlon. thus refers to .
IH. Tucker up when my pick: struck metal. I removed for all country produce.. been bet Reed will soon leave us and return to the Putnam county delegation: ,I

[ Finley two dwelling! house, in fine condition on Kirby St. the stones partly covering It ter than ever before. lo. rhelr Palatka homes. This Is the "Some of the visitors when making ,i
story and pulled up a gold god. J, \\' bTBANOB.I first visit with both of them, but predictions for the future looked. at ;
)j Insurance,, \ Estate, :=::::3: lot 100x150, artesIan well and barn on premises. Half "from this time forward I worked I I nm satisfied with prloes for my now that they. have learned the way the world through rose-tinted .glasses Ii-

''Op.Court Ho...... Pulutkn,Flu ::: cash balance at 7 per cent. with encouragement and soon came produce considering\> the pnnlc. ,,'e trust It will not be their last visit Many expressed themselves as l''
other. articles. My work was I U. \V. .JCKS. to us. being very hopeful.. D. at. Kirby, 1
::: of town upon
with dwelling on edge '
r Small farm of about 5 acres necessarily slow as I was obliged to postmaster at who will mi
satisfied with
I perfectly price -
+ == Half Cash. am doubt be candidate to succeed h 110- 1
Real-Cetata. Bargain known "Fitzhugh Place. remove the stones and earth I bad excavated since thenounty went
as for '
my produce Considering a panlo I have of the
E. same
.':::::: .11. and Geo. lay 1.
No.on-Two bulldlnii lot In tie The Lippincott placeon St.. Johns River, 5 miles from Talat-- piecemeal. Finally I came dry. H. THOMAS.. mild all the produoe I have raised and historic city handed out the vote of ,

|,North Kind, bargain .at |cue == of river frontage upon one Immense mass of gold and The produce that I sold In Pulnrka for really more money than I ex. old Putnam. county to Chairmen ,'
ka, one mile jewelry that during three centuries this year did as well or hctror than I p .eted. B. F HIGDON.' Chubb and Secretary Lee on a silver "
NOi,'4B--A doublo nlore on Lemon :::: Other properties both in the City and Country for sale .on had almost become welded together. expected. W. M, CANNON. I am satisfied with the prices thatI platter Both Secretary. Lee and 'v" ,'..

dee I t.,1III font front by 110> .feet to :::: Apply to HENRY STR UNZ. "How I got this treasure out and Our sales have. been na 1t'III. be sold my produce for lnor-ihe county Mr. Chubb accepted. tbe I'lftI'llh\ 'I F
p-a Agnow rented so n :::: terms.
easy disposed of It without being discovered fore. KVILI.H IJKOS. went dry. A. L. LEY VRAZ. thanks .and neither of I them laughed '
pay a HtTWRUeoroii! t oil monoIn ==:
vend Price only |",1.>0 It "old 1 :::: .- -- -- ---. would require a great many pages to I have sold mv )produce for more I have no kick omnlnir) for what I at the donors except In their sleeves.Mr. ,,
quick. -- tell. I melted the gold as fast as I than I ever did before regardless. of old this year J. M. '1'. BAUOHMAN : Rowle-y' thought he could swing >,

== took It out and In this form It was the financial depression i also had I will say that I have sold my mel San Mateo" Into the republican col- i;
Noee-Aseed7.roonyalwelltux! ::: not hard to dispose of. The jewels more demand for It. ins for butter prices and found no umn.
ln tin W..' E..c!.on Dnlgo-.{real, == H, L. ROBKRTH. 'j
:; .
riP : were more difficult, owing to their cutting rouble In K..ttlulth..m\ oil my hands
!lot. aixloo. all modern oouvenfenoII ./ jo1. : Plain Rings 'Fancy Stone Rings 1I.i which would easily be recognized Tills Is my first year funning Other barter the same, regardless. of > Warnings For the WI...
wo,on envy paymenta.Your == w In Mexico I sent them to other countries Peniel and can say I mil well pleased Hie. money panlo.W You know the first signpost' on the

Property cu/ed 10rI"Bur. == I and of them sold for fabulous wltllthe WilY my produce baa sold. R. WiMtiNaoy. Great Main road "When a woman y

|.d,BouKht or Hold. I.i fond ,Rll' I i ,rums many It was several :years between I L I,. !MOODY. I have hal no trouble selling my advertises that she Is virtuous, a man

\ the discovery of the first and I I have sold my produce more easi l>ioduoeatid believe them was more that be la a gentleman a community
Rents Collected. 3j e"\ .so last article.;' When I was sure there lygoamoney Instead. of .trade, and rlomand for It. D. A, SANDERS. that It Is loyal or a country: that It Islawablillng
V'I I retold tbe floor for higher prlcus than ever bufora. I V>ld more' potatoes the week following -go the other way.: "-Rudynrd -
nothing more
H. was W. W. MOODY.
[ Finley Tucker. i. the wet or dry election than I Kipling.
!s which I had taken ,
of the house up
:::::: A \'l I have sold nil my produce for had ever acid before In one week and
and locked tbe premises. moro this season than ever before except onnnot complain at sales the
U1U1UUUUuuUlul mJU v We have j. d new design i in Fancy O "la order to account for my: wealth grapes and there wan and overproduction whole season. Am satisfied for dry Hope Is a flatterer, bnt the most upright -

I., with turquois, amethyst, tOp I! I purchased a wornout Mexican mine this year county to stay with us. of all parasites for she frequentsthe
ANTED-R..llable. n e rife U I amen /'\ Stone Rings set and gave out that I was taking out II. A. CANNON.I N. J. HANcoCK poor man's hue as well as the pat- dace

to handle an article thaWatmand I.' jade aqua-marine, sardonyx, etc. gold In fabulous quantities. I had am well satisfied. with Palatka I have sold my produce as well or of his superiors-Shenstone.
In all households Com- \ many offers for this mine but declined : market as my produce sold an wellor butter than In previous years I am e
I. \ Rin I wide Tiffany and narrow better than expected. satisfied for the to dry. i Chronic Diarrhea. Cured.
latlou la made thoroughly. ..atl.rv. .- i them all. Finally whea'I no longer county stay
Address Box 177, GamesFlu. l! IR'U needed It as a blind I announced that I V. U UANNON.' K; E BENNETT' : "My: fatherhss foryeara: been troubled

., 81-Bt, I' .vlamon< tbe vein bad, /given out ar"i. ceased to : I will aay that I have sold some What 1 have had to all. hits sold with chronic dlarrhwa, and tried. every '
--- -- --- Also loose Diamonds which we will set in any work It."Throllllh. I barter MS well or better this year without any trouble and I believe It; means possible to effect a cure, without
Oil. !got the but grbcenes at low I' my life it have kept this i than last, and believe the market as Is all right for Putnam county to stay avail." writes John H. Zlrkl: of Phlllppl -

rloe. when you trade with A. /!\ style mounting d med. l secret and have arranged that It shall good or better than last year. dry. T. E.8TRAKGB. u, W. Va. "He saw. CbambertahVa Colio -

riger at the flaw.tor.. ._ ,, not be revealed till a grandson comes I J. A. FREDERIOK. I am satisfied with prices received Cholera and Diarrheas Remedy: advertised
1\ I ant highly satisfied with prices except foe my melons. R.J. CANNONWe In the Pbtllppt Republican, and
YED-From J, \7. Strange Jeweler ; ; Into the property. But, as 'my: only: received for all farm. In our Mr decided to try: It.; The result la one 1 bottle -
l nh l a tan colored Jersey. Cow; sou Is not yet married, this paper Is hom.m"rket Palst produce year- ( understand .hle-. euitttl him and be baa not sufferedwltn
his melons to
.equal/ m.rklLqo; Curry ; a teeter; Palatka w not likely: to> be read by' human eyes sold better than rrbefore. ; and the another pad part stats.of ) p. the dtseaaa for eighteen month.

ye notify \y. M. Palatka. I. Florida. for some time to come." grand and glorious consolation Is,not ---...-- Before taking this remedy: he was a eomstant 't
lad : LAWKBNCH FOSTER CHPItCn.. a drunken man cams to my wagon\ to sufferer. He Is now sou o4 and well,
( dyspepsia or Indigestion for ., buyanythlng L. No appetlt.. and what I did "eat, sold well or better Aokerinan-Stewart Drug Store. Apply -. much work a* a young 10..... Sold bj
Best In as
eased me terrlblr. Burdock: Blood .. EE" ......c:"'''' '''' See Oramaer for groceries. My produoe J. MOTES : to MBS.;L. A, FaT Palatka. tf Ackermao-Btewart Drug Oo,
: than I B. ,
Prices reasonable expected.
ns Ohio cured .m.."-J.JI. Walker,Sun ,....... c:."' ..."c In the city. always: .

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: : THE PALATKA NEWS 1'alatkals. to have a dally n......-

pAper, baoked by substantial busl- Always Wsnlng.

., nets. men of the place A modern ui'imrenfly! bns a
Entered What A
State FrolhullIho
at tbs Palatka poa bottle A newspaper. plant will be Installed. A Editors IA Diplomatic Encounter. his bnuds has I
.. mallable matter of good drill ur time on
the second
ola. C! tt\t.ond..nt of a Jacksonville pa- Are Saying. been nmuBliig Uluim-lf, by reckoning up W. A. Filerryday CO. 1

pAC gives this news to the publIc. but the number of IclHSus lie bus given his .
44\ s not may whether or not either of
Published at Falatka. Fla., oA tn, two weeklies there are In the [Original. I wife during tin first twenty years of
I dwell how
will not
a woman
t _. Friday. byRUSSELL; 46..*.-JOel.and Reoord. The System ls to Blame on service Father his iiinrrlpil life. Dealtr.; iu
Into the secret
got foreign lie dlspenHi'iV -
A It I Is notof record that either of the The News has. maintained that the died Insolvent Mother end I He finds' tlint In the first year
t VICKERS. convict iihunt 100) klssus dny, or, say
1"'lIle.y.teml. In I 1
principle -
, pmmsbiOK firms In Palatka wrong
: l! cou.tein-
were reduced from affluence to positive one
and there Is ample nvideno tt for bli'tliilnjs nod Icgl Crate Materialof
Wsj. A. KUSSELL Esllcr pit) the move Indicated. But there show that manifold Instances It la want. I applied to a friend in the for. allo\llIl holiday, ubout 8t,7 ( the I .

4 _mg-ia t la A ponderous young man In the brutally wrong In practice.It eign office for a clerkship. It happened

BATH ROOM EQUAHTV. piece) whose, brains. ale said to bo I Is therelore with satisfaction! thai that at the time the Americans wets year.In the second year' this' number Was Kinds.

olJtlIJIJ', and when the waste was' dls- we note the r..voltof the humane people aiming at a treaty; with Japan that reduced l by linlf and In the third yearto ll. '
Socialistic effort. to equalize eon' of Georglaagatnstthls Iniquitous would be prejudicial to our Interests,
,) cCeed by a local mugwump with ten day, while 1" tbo fifth yea
trafflo In human flesh
' dltlons blood-a I
are generally the
; dlrevtloii An of the state deportment
ail ambition to lead In municipal af- revolt which seems will Inevitably emissary his bettor half bad to bo content wIt ) Fruit and 1
of leveling downward rather fit Washington was on his way via the
thai" ring the death knell two n one In the morning II
_t upward. fairs he prevailed on the young man of the system in Mediterranean with the treaty.; The dlY.;
With brain Ueorgiii. ono lu the
the leak
to start a dally o1enllll <
b Samuel Gompers who la just now The horrors that have been uncovered vessel be traveled' In was to stop at What lu the nfl year Is } .
pHper, one whose ulollf should be
;, Marseilles.\
by the investigation which "
led but same
somewhat In
tbe In VegetableWraps.
limelight becAus
________ of his "3ou tickle me and I'll Push palatki lo this .......kenlnlof public sentimentare I confess 1 was shocked at the proposition "wrapped of "progression"ly.ter be tie arrived .
advocacy of W. J. rate probably
Bryan'e '
,_ ..'' Thepaper was launched with sufficIent to bring the blush of that was made me-I, who had I eventually ot ono kiss on the first }
.nomination to the
( presidency t. atunatng compressed air effect In shame to every man with a heart never done a mean thing In my; life- I
JI being severely; criticised soolnP that his kind can descend to Such of January every leap year.
by drift
of the
tbe Times-Union tp wheedle a knowledge
of the 2d lust., and depths of Inhuman .
Ists. or-
_tleady bas a large circulation. Rut, der' that human misery be coin of the treaty; out of the American. A WEAKLING

Perhaps you never saw Com periHe ,__.'-'__ _. _______ ___ ___ L' : may But the reward was great, enough to duRorlbo the poor .
**{7v''''iuK v. newspapers, reininuis us eu iiu> uoiiars. Is the only way to
Is a neat clerical looking !gentleman tljnC those we have are not so slow a Convicts whipped to death maimed keep mother and me in comparative- child that la aniicted with worms. No

and Intellectual. His whot( ) starved ; women forced to yieldto comfort. matter how much or how often It e.ts. Palatka Florida.
'Htet tbut should
_ life has been devoted to bettering( have welglit. with the lust of guards. ; wholesale graft In social life I had been considered tbe worms gut all the nourlxhrnent from ,

the the public and cause them to bear In connection with the lenses-these what the Americans call "a/ flirt" but the food, the child gets Itael"oUoln.. } ,
conditions of tbe
_ laboring Classen/ wltn the Ills they have rather. than are' some of the fruits of the system I was never dishonorable. I would White's Cream V.muUIJe
L He has a hard job for while he Vouhl And Is the situation. In Florida. BO the worms ; a''d with no
know attack he In
fly to others they not of. As never a man unless was 2 is
lift very different? Piloe 25o a ,.
them the I bad after effects
up great mass would dined that himself. Now I was bott. ------ -
of their --- -- -
instance we'll -
at" speed note Continuously from the Isolated way; Aokerinan-Htewart =-- -- -- ----
For sale by -
him down. f.Cut.d
pull 01111 Item, In the Times-Herald camps far removed from the humanIty expected to win one simply; for pay.; I U. LOPSK BAILS, J. .

It Is not so long ago that Oompor* of July Blab there appeared an Item that would Interfere, are brought The temptation was too great for Notice of Election. P.ldeu. Hecy.I. liIt.LlAib:
_ was severely criticised by socialist* stories) brutality, misery and me. I yielded. I boarded the ship at .
to the effect that a certain prominent the

because. he had a bath attnched to Couple In the county were rejoicing death. Marseilles. Roger Sutherland whom Mother-How did Dryn papa's.new book ol itT The G. Loper
Whore un- Bailey
his there Is so much smoke undoubtedly I was to snare, was a modest look. WIIKREAS.The) LeulHlutura Co
room/while the rank and 01 I* over the birth of a son. The News there Is fire. log quiet man. I soon made his acquaintance get In this condition? Bobby; -Wbyninrunia. ; rtur, thu OoiiHUtiitloil uf isM.Joint of hue Rasolullonalroltslittl mate of

were not- able to afford any sue!11 ttW the Item and appropriated It. The governor ot the state Is not to and be seemed to take to I heard papa Bay last night Klorliln did itinumliili'nts IIIIHS three to Km Ounstltutlon Fire Insurance:
luxury blame. The officers for him liie I: I of Klurldn: ami the name ernurved <
Tp appointed tu enforce tbnt tbe book was too dry' of HlnU
announcement appeared this me at once. lie said that It It were tubvn oiuoftlii-eo-llltliiof Iliamember
_ Of course these critics could not the just and merciful provisions So 1 put It lu tbe bathtub and let the elected' to eaell house. .I. the I
poper one week later than In Its
see that the better way was not i In t.IJl or"ry, But that was BOOII'ulIlb. The system is to blame lieve me to be English; that I bad all water run. votes on t ,..lld, 1-i.spoctlvo Jul lit Itesoltitloiis Journals'were. .nldUpOI yeaa igl

attempting to reduce Gompers' ataii/ In the scheme of the sprlgbtllnesa of an American girl > amid they did l determine,
proper punish- CompaniesAccident
\ for the child :
was not born Slow but Not Sur. anil:::: :W :: mild Joint Resolutionslie
dard of godliness, but to bring th*, ulltlI18 hours after this had ment of criminals the convict lessee The game I was playing; was natural to ,:thir'h oh'ctor of the Hlnte at

rank and file to the bath paper has no place to me. I didn't have to try; to win "Your daughter not engaged the Uenpral 1."lon In November, 1UUH. Insurance
up room ttdn to cress. But It was a bov all- In the corrective but never vindictive htm. If I bad possibly; I might have young Johnson yet, then? I suppose :

f IJ level. tight, :In the face of such talent; ;at;: punishment of the criminal failed. It Is a case of slow and sure?" youth N'( THERBFORE, HHIriHiiry or Hlate, I, II.of CLAY the Yll ORAW-of The Travelers '

( Until everybody has a bathroon I II anticipation on tbe part of our week there Is but one authorized agency But as to stealing the Information, I "Well;yes-be Is slow and ibe is not FIO'ld. ilo liureby vivo notice tlint I of Hartford'

I there remain a great deal for the, ty pa|>ers, what need has Palatkn for the state.It 1s the. duty of the state to correct I didn't know where to begin.& We had at !" GENERAL ELECTION ____ Life Insurance

I socialist reformer to accomplish, ft daily, unless it be to push some those who have transgressed the I passed through the canal before I veo will bo held In each n In Florida on :

t They should find equality without &ptfOpdkKKlla\ < who Is shy on ability to laws established for the protection hired to make a move hi that direc I have often wondered how ever rui'sduy: nvxtmliH-WKlliig :! first Moudny

abolishing the batb. "($et there" unaided.: of society ; but It has no right to delegate tion. I began by; asking bit occupa man loves himself more than 111 being I 111 November thuTHIRD,A. I U., \", said. Tuesday The Old Reliable "UermaniiLife"

For the enlightenment of the antis thin duty to others or to debauch tlon. He prevaricated. I teased him rest of men..Antonius.That I

IIhll; ; It for "In lie told me that be had a government BAY OP NOVI/BEl. of New York
bath .
loolallet it must be explained Vhe office on Wednesday: 'l'he Iyattm the ron'of many native plant itro.
that bath ivrrvBCed C. JLeHardy, the central lease Is a foul blot on position and that was all that I could Inu wild In our Amorlcun for , a room has nothing of th., the fair of humanmaludlKila
of fur the euro
_ name Florida and the prom-rllim ,
:Lemon street and late get out of him for a long while. Then Joint ltviH>lnlloliH proposing
gruver; uusueUolDful Even the untutored Insurance
mysterious about it. but Is a jsItnpU, people are looking to their representatives well roven. \nhio of the. Constitution of the Platte of Floridly Marine :
caadldate the someof
tax suddenly he told me everythIng. Indliiu
county aeor ; hl"ll.a..d
little room decidedly plaia' ft* ...... on the chance of selling liquor to leinove this ulcer from tho wondered why; he who had so long| tIles and tuiuihttlK, .'. .wanted. UHOI 91..1 I
body of
politic the state -Lakeland The Indlun nuver lo
I t finish and furniture, and fitted out lit dry county.- The charge wits News. been reticent should have changed so his miuw to suet Ik..t .ork.o. u puulblu: A JOINT tlKHOUJTION: proposing IInntuitiidniKiit The_ Leadiflig Companies
; d with atub in which lilMe by Chief of Police P. M. Began that: cbS mIglt do the work and or.1 him hunt Section Ntnottof| ArtIcle I
water la exterUsit wl is to furnish the witnesses quickly. Ho answered my every question 'I'bo..foo., ho dun '|>oo'e root" fur b.'. for Fly"ItS) of tlm OoliHtltutloil of .'Iu.ld.
o to
ally applied to the body for cleansingpurposes. IJl>M lre good his oharges.J'alatkaIs .A Difference In "Fun"A and truthfully. The treaty; was that...was their" strait remedy for female. wenknf ."I"Ulllo lu"luh.l.nlll'I .. Al Claims Promptly
] I>r. I'lono ".0. the name .ooteal.dlu.
ws. more orderly excursion was never In his truck In his stateroom. Did he .Cohoill( his "Favorite 1.IIUol. Bt Resolved By tin Legiilaltirt of tktStatttFlorida

If there Is about Is the same LeHardy who conducted luau that of a fewweeks not fear It would be stolen? No. o i Settled.
any mystery : :
ago to pnlatka. With possibly There lock the trunk that make U lrnoc' II.aWU n any other niedlelne .
that the socialist "tllaR Marlon county' wet or dry was a on In "tl and
cannot understandat .oakn. "
o"tIpalgn" wrote quite 1100; of OfdOh, 88 front 8t PALITII,Fug
first It must lie In the use of wntef on the Gainesville hoberaiid returned In the Many ," have Iwell Raved from theCuinitltutloii of thu slams of Florida b
subject. Judge4towton of a peculiar kind. The next time we
the I table and the surgeon' knife l>ytnotimoly nntl the vniue la uinundu4 so u*
_ for cleansing purposes Instead of a. put him under ':-00! bond forepearaisce same condition nothing ocuutrlng to were on deck together feigning to be I line of Iwctor IMurcei Favorite 1'ru- ,'herb.. )

"chasers," but they are assured It t Is before the grand jury.- mar tbe feelings of nnv ludy on the moved by a natural feminine curiosity .".1 pion. Tendernem) over tIle lower re lou, .mllololo"o. a 11 IIJCII I&11 II&&,:::::: I
0"11.111. Ihultler. train. But what a difference in the ; bekaeb., simIle of dl.II.... r"IOllo.., Hicl Ion Nine (H). The ,"II.a. 01 JIKte.** -
quite effective and by custom be' excursion from High Springs: to I teased him to let me see the key.; b"rlnl paint or 101 KO ol tile Hilprvnie court ( Ju : Let
comes quite agreeable. Yes, It's the sam man; he wroteto Ocala via. Gainesville last Friday I He took It out of his pocket and A course, 'fravorllo "Prescription'such JudKva 01 t'rlnllniil ( ourla. ol Record ahalibu us know your
work nmrroloun cases IIXIH! b tuu LuiiisluLuru.'I'litt I
? The bath is no expensive fuel ol dhow ;you people that "prohibition The entire trip from Ooalit. to Gainesville handed It to me. Feigning an Intention .1 generally:: effect a bn.dlln al cure If per- ) u Ii

________ (jdt1't prohibit" but al the time he was a scene of drunken rowdy- to frighten him I ran to the side BlHteu In fora reimonalile loiiKth of time. tho fori'iroliiK nininiliiiHnt of HtwtlonNlnu
aristocrat". but It is a substantial. For the true, tfclonlltlo cure I I.I" I. (Ui of Ai'tliilu rl\e (util) of Ill,, C'oimtltu
element of dally comfort and ."'Il't acquainted with the hazardsthat Ism among many of the white people of the ship and held It In my fist over l J'I.ro oon.II."Uol." ''.1... Mild harmlmiyet lIt,,, of Kluruln In hprvby uttr Kd to, aiul; the a Grocer
a tna and beasts, In hunmn
101101tbe- law's evasion. He form"swigged" the water. He didn't even follow me. aure ________ siiiiiii Hhall I .MUbinltleil to lint ttrlalald to health. :: down whiskey In the presence the Mtiitu .. npprovul, or rojuvtlun at thulutxt
'hi much clearer So I took It back and gave It to him The Head Hunt rs. Keimnil of iteureeentatIvoa I
vision |
It Is \>aa now. of ladles. Several,! boys .1..0. 3a
Indeed young
a worthy wish that All I bad provided myself with a bit or In Tupuoolcl, In New Guinea, the iu.resitLu'r. lie I Hi>ctlun One (I li I of Wants
were even the number of
among .
Arllulu He\untuvu (1;) of aaul Constitution.JOINT
men might share more equally In thlt While the papers are Insisting that i drunks, and had It not been for the wax and bad squeezed. aa Impressionof houses are built on plies lu the open

good things of life. especial vigilance of the railroad em the key.Pretending, ocean a good distance from the sbore -

But If the equality Is to be a bill'v "tba convict lease .y.tell11nuat go ployes charge. of the train more that I bad lost the key; The object of tills I la to protect tbe Inhabitants KKHOLUTIOX) T prPo.lnlln. amend 1_ and we'will be pleased t I
It will nient lo Artlulu 'oulatItu110i -
be well to
remember that theAkendld
Ing it must be brought .about not by than one life would probably have of my own trunk I called for one of against sudden attacks of of tlie Htnte of li torlila reliiilve toediuiitluii 14 furnish you with the beet

taking from those pith proposed for It. abollafununt been sacrificed. Palatka la a dry the ship's mechanics to make me another tie deadly head hunters, who alwaysare to lou known as ...lu. Hlxt e I
who have so much town. Ocala. Is wet.-Gainesville *un 01 snlil ArtICle' the goods obtainable m I
nod of I"o"hlli eurprit-
care convicts by Hon. from the wax Impression My; on the lookout for victims, whose levy of a sijuutul I tux and U.
by those
as teaching who have not W E:, 1 y. Crlir, In the Senate at the last Sun. victim invariably spent an hour or heads they need In their business. :inalntL'niiiiro tit er Unlverally: : of thuHlutu 14 ingly low prices.
acquire.No of Horkln hue HoiUlu FvmaluOulleiiu.
And: previous session was voted And Why Not. In Florida?- more after dinner In the smoking Other villages In this happy land are the liwlltuta for the Blind ; None but First-class goads I

man In the world would be bat' eJl1"1'n .-t. .ke City Index. A western agricultural dairy cow room. I took a great rick. I entered perched up In all but Inaccessible trees IKMII mid. )umb.lnd tlieColorod iforusulScisoul. g

ter off It Gompere were deprived of produced In a given year just ended! hU stateroom nnd with the key made for the same weighty rlon. i find shelf room here. Wee I

hi. bath room. The world would b., The. Barrel on the Sidewalk.A line thousand quarts of milk worth from the Impression Opened the trunk, "Dear the boys at the club.00 "- ,- Bt i Retained B,' tht Ltgutaturt of IJuShit want to convince via of thii,

incalculably better if all who have barrel stood on the sidewalk, a04bll"ld in the market U O. It cost to feed found the treaty; took It to my stateroom If you want to." ? of Florida: BO come and see for yourself, V

not bath rooms would contrive It it stood a man. The man was 'her J just *iW. Looks like profit. In. copied It-It was in cipher-ant "The boys"- g
'cidentally the calf ,dropped at the That tho following llllU'lldiliont to Article u or -phone ,>rder in
In of ,
some manner to Ret them. rfeWed In laborers clothes and apparently beginning of the milking sold got it back to tbe trunk plenty "Oo If you want to." Twvlvu uf t.u U.IIUlloU of the Stale of your t
was In a quandary about bow to period time to avoid getting caught FlorIda, lo Itt o( stud No and it \\itl receive
"Tbe boys at tbe kio" la H"10" ,
By the first method all men would for .100( cash before the yaar was the club want me to ArtIcle, be did th.Milntt agreed to 1 8 I
become equal In filth. By the ftvc/ gut the barrel to one of tbe upper cloned. His feed cost $JO.) More With success came pricking of come IIrOUIlc tomorrow nlglt but 1 I ami vhull 0 silbnilttwl to Ihoelvctois of thuMiuto prompt and careful athu- I
Hows. lIe scratched bis head and pon. profit. Of course this reoord break- conscience. I told my victim of my; really want to."- lie- al le".I.ue.1 electIon of 'RupreMiiliittvt's f
ond they would become equal l It, > and crowd circumstances! the loss of father Lul8 tile year ills, lor
Uff -BU, meanwhile a began to Ing perHnrmunce' cannot be even ap. my public.CERTAIOESDLTS.. or rejection.Hectliin tion.Free
cleanliness. Clearly: the last method the effort to obtain employment aDd
ott>er. proxlmated by average dairy my -- -- --- ---- delivery

Is the best. And it Is practicable tIll up a derrick and hoist It by farmer but the inspiring example of ended by falsely telling him that 1 I tlio dollur ID.uf A all speclul' tax of ole 11 on
property the u
Few Indeed would be unable to liov band/' suggested one man with a clay; that beautiful bossy might be held was going out to India to be a governess. "liilo .h.1,. ...II..bl.. annuuily' lor the support -
up before 11m, cows of Florida whose From that moment his manner "111"11""lnc.. of Lho Unlvurslty of tel
provide a bath room that. would Pipe In bis mouth. Stephens
serv, milk is worth and brings ten cents s tile the Florida fromale _
the practical. 1 purpose If the batb <'tile man beside tbe barrel made no .. Florida changed toward me. I had considered OollOHH, the IiiMtltuto for the lillnd, leaf,
quart. Imagine cow presenting before that my success was due Many a Palatka Citizen Know How Sure and IfUlllb ni" 11.I'olor"l Normal. Huliool.'
were really desired aa it ought to ba, tttpoz2ea.5'Mt Leruwuerwlili nine hundred "hleh shall ,,,. rrwlHUiorand i
No doubt A rope and pulley and hitch a dollars worth or milk and a four to having won his heart. Now I was They Are tot upiin uy 1..01 thocradlt of the State Grocer,

t., Oompers believes lo hl1\11" to the rope. That'll get the thing hundred dollar, calf the same year.- sure of it Then he asked me to be Nothing uncertain abont the work of disposed Uourd I ol of Kilucutlou.: Ion the txmellt to bo : amid r

equality himself. Bab- the world 11(1 la Jig time" suggested another. 1'ampa Times. bill wife. Doan Kidney Pills in Pnliitlm. ''hA'- Ibis.a. "reiiulreil by the act rnI and- I g KIrby ana Morris Streets,

will back him in taking his stand af Cfi| roan remained silent. p 5e a- Now, for the first time I realized Is plenty ot positive profof-t in the muliunlnliig tile sumo, 55 Chapter U

the bath tub and refusing to be lev l' \VBy In the dickens doesn't be put iton Marl d. Mediol.TLs that If I bad woo. him I had been won testimony of evidence Ill ate,,lulo.or tIm Laws of_*_lorlda_ ____, approved J une Palatka, FlOr a.J I

".II l below that line. lIe Is all right the temporary elevator and take It tastes of Maria tie' Medici, wife In winning him. Whatever was good In shonld convince the moat Ikepticallnf- -

of lleary IV, of France, were splendid, nature rebelled at trickery. 1 I i ferer. lIes the etltemnntl: JOINT RESOLfTION ploposlngan amendment .
p, rht if ?" asked tbe with red my; my
? proposition that men want U[> hut way man John A. Grainger living lo Mectloa cctc
i cor. Reid Tlilrty-llvo of Article aliiccGrtrCf !!
and else! Indulged them to the full. One longed to confess it and throw myself
rlv of tho
tube oil level with him they must\ I Walters.\ and Fourth sts, Palatka, Fla suva: C'onMtltutlon of Florida, re<
of her collars of vunetlau point was upon his mercy. BuJ I dared not "I host luting to establishment of Courts.
come up to that mark. lOt know a better way; than that, to arise BO often during the
his alone "woith the eyes out of a rnan'i From loving me lie would despise me.I night that rest broken. Be il |
Hold. tbe man wltb patches on my was The By the L of IluStnl European Restauant
What fine "4"Id Legislaturt
a thing would be If AH "
trousers. "Just rig up a boatswain'soutfit bend and the had a One store of told him that I could never be hIs secretions were highly odored and con of Florida.riri1"

men who cry for equality would and the thing can" be hauled up them. Describing' her' as she arrayed wife; that there was a Harrier between tained .dark sediment My buck, ached ;. Furnished ,

strive aa hard to lift themselves up herself on a typical occasion lu n costume us; that I was unworthy; of him. He and pained me almost constantly mud r".',!lie followlg siiieiiUmuntto Suction Raool.
) :
qick tnt a of cimmtlou satin til. BatllTol lu reassured said there also a l..mene.1 and a soreness e or Article Klvo or the(Jonstitu110,1 Cold
to a higher level as they do to drag denly tbe man beside tbe barrel soothingly: me my; con Will or lorlilu I is hvrt'by ngruod to .I Hot and Bath
)l nil others down to their own I "The I''reueli Court In the SeventeenthCentury science was abnormally sensitive; that aprons my kidney region. I doctor be :|l.ruuitusd: | and .ubinutvj: to the :: : of S
tllo bandanna handkerchief from ed
a red and use 1 : At
.ev.r.1 but did? tnoHliiiu fur
continues ns follows: he was sure one so lovely could not do releUe" upiirovul or rt'Ji.ctlon the
---------- hit pocket, wiped his forehead look not obtain the results. I HUM mmonii "l i-tl, h.""".,. that 10 '
1' Editor Frank Harris "This arranged to bar satlBfuctlou anything; very wrong. 1(1111) .iiy snld le-'.101 Thlrty-llvo of Mild Charles Kupperbuscli.Palatka ( .I'I'i
of the OcalaBanner / n cB.w of tobacco put the barrel on proenrecl DOln' Kidney Im.at slum' ,. Arllel.
ber jewels of which sue has quantities I The night before we reached Bombaywe 0 UIIldo no us to n* I
HatiKhton's drug store .0 lul. .
Is In the mountains of North bl' Shoulder and carried it up to the .
scattered In different cabinets must were on deck together under the them accorllnlf to directions UHh,1 M'etull' No Courts, other th.in horoln i Fil.i .
l .
Carolina inhalliiguzone and renewing 0fon< not be forgotten DOl"-)'ct her ring.; Her starry heavens."Sweetheart the aches and ) b" eiitiilillnhud In this .
exi-ept thin tIle I ,
his youth. J.he barrel was enipty.Mllwaukcelee ; !gold bracelets, studded with seventy ," be said, "we partto- pains In my back regulated the tile orontlou and'II.h'u"lmy ur provIde such nddUlouul i
< Press' acton ", 10'Pltl-
two imall diamonds were purchasedfrom morrow. It rests with ;you whetherour of the k kidney secretions, ani at Jiifllulalolruulliiu iiiiiy from time Daytona PrlTute
Bird S. Coler who Is perhaps ft, I t am feeling better in every; I to tlnw uuuoiuo :nocesnury, and for th
L Francois la Frestru jeweler of parting shall be forever or I shall way., jmliiuiiont by tho. uovuruor us nut o,
I familiar with New York polities a* Our Language Is" So Explieltlflie Purls, for 1,050; llvres. Her earrings call on ;you on my return. Yon are not For susie by; all do.J"r.. Pile 00 cents' Sonata of nildltloiiul rr Saultarl 11111.

any man In the state predicts bag ( tradesman had rendered his blhV two great diamonds surrounded by; cut out for a diplomat but you will aol FosteixMUburn. ''0.. BI.ln.. New York, I lul".1 UuIgme tl.'lur.Ju.I.lell..1 whose such I.Sw' ,the. 01..tt. .. "I. Every 111)for the nrdIWn '"
R" ami
a i>iita for the United cifru '. '" :
Htnlee. and
J Bryan and Kern will win the electoral WAKed A month and then wrote: lesser tirllllauts were made by: the make a good ." Remember. thtf prvl"1 the eI'uulI bulge. herein appltanaes. triilnml """',,

vote of that state. 'riease sir, I want my: bilL" Jeweler Jean Subtil tier gold watch! "A diplomat! I 1 diplomat! takn no
f 8CK came the bill wltb these words:: valued at 2,100yivros, III 'oval In shape<< Ho took my; band. 'I suspected ;you of I I"thulrollUv.I .Oll"cl.With tile 'UI'011 Hooorul pallant Ave.,inytoit.Ttrinsoa Kl".

Vice President Fairbanks. It rep'Jf'f.td" Certainly; here It Is." iiiul ornamented with several diamonds the moment you began to play; your 20,000 TELEGRAPH ira.tC. A.KL01K aol K 10"1Ily.lcl.I1

W: bill was returned and la ainfltjtb ,' and she must not forget' to fame and I played mine to trap you.I .
e being lukewarm hl"r..l..tlona the tradesman again wrote: place In ber pocket for use af mass tbe I[ you my key on purpose and OPERATORS NEEDED Tho votes """' '" "o'nP'laniM' with said HXTE'8

to the republican ticket and that Kb 'Kindly lend me the amount of my know how used It by traces of pruuiuosti| ninemliiiontii, mid th, d.1
; :rosary of enamolod gold. embellished you ; uburs,tIole, "I ." ."nvo..
less something la done and done bUt" wltb diamond' a trifle worth 0.600 wax adhering to It. Certain pages of Young Men Prepare Yourselves looted' t """"'urn.lh."o''lul" ". .n"l"ld "..IrlnlunM tub.- Cream Vermiifl

quickly to head him olf with thn Mol tbe answer came promptly and llvres. And, thus..adorned tbe queen the: manuscript yon stole were looaely; for GoodPositions. 11".as II Ir.Ihu provl..d Fiuriui I 1.1 oluu-

: promise of a place In the Tuft cttbl- politely: must yet perfume herself." tacked: together and I found tbom de v

net or an ambassadorship he Is Until 'Certainly; It 1. $104.26." tacbed I was disappointed to learn
to throw the state to Bryan- tu (tbe third" month the tradesman again Clearing It Up. this but when afterward you told On account nf the iifw H-honr law 11.1...tIm ted the set( .Jl
how bad been I Vf V" ""of ''', .. dO M MREMEDt
me tempted pitied rS "
you passed by in the .
; whom It Is already headed.K "To which In a man more closely re congress( Inteiest of {.AL { '"I"h""o."I'" (, WOR1
: you send me a check for the ." said tbe genealogist, "his first t you._ You are a !lady and out of your telegraphers, and also on Hi
-- At1\oUf\t\ of my bill?" divorced wife's second husband or bU element I would Co sorry for you so many new rallronds i "', >,lwi, ,

The destruction of n.()UO barrel of '.tbe answer came, with a blank nncbeck present wife's first divorced husband being your pay If I wished ;you to and ohl. lines extended h'fi'w"ii. 11.CLAY CRAWFORD,

whisky by fire at .Midway, Kentucky 11111111II : : "So far ns I can see, one tie Is aboutas ear pay I that way.; ed. for oprrntors. has been creat Secretary ot Htute.

l last week should! occasion nonlurni 'Certaldlr; here Is the check. I have close aa the other" said a thought; "And my copy of the cipher dispatch Con"ervatlvl number of.allmlt..s( haV t
placed additional,
T among Florida "blind tlgera.*' !kept! : the amount of your bill. ful friend. :" I faltered. "I will\ give it to raton that will be required Ope J.P im1U FAVORHt W C.

The whisky destroyed was of a brft.na: _fWft fourth month tbe tradesman "So I should say" said, the genealogist you at onc. the next ten months at durinI' _THE CHILREN'S
Wotet "Don't harry. Is no cipher but a Iy 20.15",. BCWIINI IIITTIOJ-!!! tTHS
Boweu- must bars Onuroil I .
unfamiliar to their patrons. Billy For the mSMSSB 0.
c. "! want my bill paid." out a difference. _Anyhow; when usable Intended deceive ;you." YOUNG MKN. NOW IS YOUR "estVOOD IMUIHS Liniment f.Ballard'Snow *
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A04 the' answer came back. "So died "And do mean that ;you can love 01.PO'fUNlfY I Enroll In
second husband Te our
wlfo's .
I lion. J. M. liarrs, city of hIs !flrst \ ,OOI..
attornny Jo ?." but one who made tbls abject attempt In only four to six .T. .
ball wben
Billy went. a game -
Jacksonville writing to the M&troi '. La- ?"- nontlis wi will have you quelitistul l reeommouded bJ
'Then the tradesman gave np.- bla present wife's first husband died ', for splendid Hold and
oils of tbae city soon after the reCent "If we) only loved those who positions Telegraph Stewart.Notice 1
4111'' Home he went Into mourning. I can't understand w.r Operators receive Ackerman .
perfect would be no marriage. frol $0.00 up &
hot spell says: that." tere words. Our school In the city
hlll ,
On a Camel. Ion simply: been parted for a etab. '
; The recent very unusual. hot spvllof "I can," said the thoughtful friend Ishrd twenty years; Us equipment I
V p aaosatlon of riding on the back i brief time by circumstances from I I. cut ,
weather Illustrates ih exoefeuliixiulv "Billy's present wife was on tbe pointof ; your pel Ti-ft; Illstructol thorough and any length I > R""f,1roVunun
...iitag<* of our cllmata. '*'II'-i Of cornel baa been likened to that divorcing him so she could remarry natural self" >ractlciilj; positions positively irn .r.inteKl ,NOtlo .Is herahv 000fl given at tiulittion hit VI'I'

weather recently bas been so veryunusul Mcb would be felt by: mounting a her first huabund. Now that lie U QWENDOLIN ADAMS. graduates. Board In Nnw send your order to i ml it BI..11 b ooun.:1 I
that III the piiar twenty-six IIt4Q1 placed on a sprlngless cart drlvOV lan l l's very cheap; the town U Monlay In Auu.t. in:.b.1
dead she has decided to stick to Billy. i-nlrlir.il and W. VV Monday, Friday. and
year our recent high tUlJ1p"r..tul' III .. plowed field. I found It nil the people are cordial. Bainbrldge'sNew sn'l I"
Iiiis. been equalled on only thru-' that and more. Next to walking bare- "Ah!" said the genealogist-New Stars or ORb OITT OF TOLEDO, i Two 1111 Line Railroad Wires run o'clock a. m.v- us.to IV till m.'n., Hmioniim,,. ,

days, on" of those dtiys thirteen ytfurii toot l ID chains: riding on camel back Is, York Press.. LUO. UOCMTY. I f" nto Sohool rooms No other Wood Yard, October, Iu s. BT.of. 1101111 LL.J.,S.

ufa another twelve years ago 1 anti 11eb, of the Moors, the wor tCll1tI'1Idl&tlOQ Frank ). Ch.o,1 maK.s oath that bo I*soalopsrtn.rOt ehool In the UII"dt..te.. has such fu Viort
another two years ago. That l Ie. to eyes DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM. of C'. J. Ghenvy A Co., ilomcutu up-fo dish, facilities for at Stanton's rnl.u IOU '"
they: can put upon theirptUooors.Oroy's *M Iaheltyofyol.do, County and; Lbs b."
say that we have a day as> hut An "In Moorish Tbl .ulpe 1M hl"hl'" reiw>mmnn. l by one orowilil, and that MM firm will pay the ,. benefit of Its students Write at Most pooplo say \1
t last (Sunday only once In six and onr ; Cap- of <>n.,iorre.ioninntij try It for d.....rt to"KIlll'v or ONB HGanKen DOLLARS for .*<,&' once for free, descriptive literature Foundry BEST BU'l"fE III the ci l
half year. on an "areiafro. And Y'' t tl/lry" vary can of Uatarvb that .nuot be aural br take their word for laj
bnnnnml rub smooth with gall *Cauurrh Our*. FKANK J. OHKNKT.Sworn .
InCite School
there Was not In all Florida, so far ", !JAB1' BlOBPHJHB FlCHXWttt live teaepoouf.uls of umir. AdO one tuaoap .iMforn me and ubMrlbad In my Souther Telegraphy", Phone 40.
we oanl..rn.. last Munday. .ren onproatratloo. **eec eroam beaten to a stlrf froth, then add p..o.II.llh day of Uwvmbrr, *' t>. ItitA.
not to mention deathfrom roxla. by; all soothing syrups; and one lito piMWai of I emoa .litfi..OtlIeeoIed I A. W.O LBA80X. Newnan, Ua. Y utt F.tiraughtng F.
-? and lnH4t -upsrioillna waur. Pour Into mold Notary Publln.'. AelALNi &
contain opium
the heat end Wit xperleno" n*by medicines that and whun rolil iiurntsli with candled chor.rl : Hall'.Catarrh Cur. In tahen Infernally and headache r rrz.LI'LbrrrTrSacki mt.VL\.lSXX3fh CEO. B. .
'hi r- nocuf of IlIo..e opijesitlva' | .tl/1,' flCl'AotJo0.! McOee's Baby Ellji'r oon- serve with I : J1.L.O,a, or see Sc.. ,iIreeIIyontlie blond .n,' osuaoua.urtaos C'onatlratnncauae., nausea ,

'IHK, .. us.>.r uiiii. wltleh. lOre so 0,1111111 >nin I, "IU' wo Injurious or n"rPO'lo drug of BCMX| puddlnl...ue.... J ,,. !I. sola by all 01 lb.*'.1.. M ad for leaumimial' fr. physics nguor| heart palpitation'Drastlo Wanted.
tbu uurtZveIi thor Iherrnontet "'ft 1' kind. Puts aodnafe cure for dls- Uroeers at luu err ". ,11"" jr.J. OHBHBY I CO, TolaJo O. the bowels grips, elckei, weaken We tcbiDe D auguI.

should tN. .iiind.. tJerl i stomachs bowels and fretfulizeaa.iplendi&t .. : Bold bJ DrUHiUta. Prloa too.Tak and dou't cure Coin's Reg. purchase oorn. oat. feed. oot. ,
Eta i iPaata
U hlgb. This\'aot" order to A lets act ton
lofants. For Bend ;your next fcroutry gently and cure led hull and
for teething Pills for Potato ssck Map Drawh1
p I bo known greatly to the beaefletea N>rlcl. Uurebs.J. and we. sbouM "aJ'I bj Aofcerman-Btewsrt.Drug do Orainger; finest took In town.2'T Har..1. on"pllq..j 2 cent*. Ailc your .. coo.lpton. 100


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|big" Assortment: of 1 CreSCitvej The Scottish Golfing golfer Feats.who undertookfor FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL -

I The Three Professors. a wager to drive a; ball .n mile Ina
dozen consecutive shots probably set
stal Weather Iteport.CreoiefltOjttonpraLue .1'The big .aw-inlll of A.: T. Sqnler at \ himself an easier task than some of TIMB CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL, 14, 1PO
\ for tbs week e..Dd.Min. has been taken down and the predecessors north of the Tweed. No, 99, 1 No. 29 No. 78 No. 98
In ,. Copyright, law, by' T. C. MoClur] MAIN LINE j
cture Cards iflaoh.inerypacked shipment.. Mr. Among the most Interesting wagers Dally Drolly Dally: Dally

| Atiutt.' for Max.for Squler Is not certain where the mill It used to take a good deal to aurprise > of thin kind'WI1S one taken lu lie 125 610pm:: d2&ii, ,- :[,::::.;;;;'-..if':' -,; ::,.:I:': -- -. ..tnn:::- s. fm -
:. *: ":..i I P. m. Sit.iii. 21 br"Ja. hr. a,.town In tho far went such as Burgess Golfing society; lu 1703 unit pm tosa sn .::.,;:::;: 761) ::
1. ,.,. will be Ly.
rebuilt but cIa hiel
.escent City B iS52K. ....; 81 Ut* *7ul. 118 70 Espauola either Pnlatka or Cheyenne or Deadwood. One of theRe no two members could drive a ball pm:: Ig il:, ::::::::::':: ),, :\: ( ..'.:::::::::::::::: 5 504 2t pm pal:: 4 ails 44 em am '

fl. Monclny.. .... HI 110 78\t\ 119 76 are the points he', has I In towns the arrival of over the spire of St. Giles' *ti"cple.) 10 a:g pu: I ill I inn,,:, I I.,':::'::::: "':, T.9nn. ', ii\I, ;: pm 4 30 a., 1
j Views and all 4. Tuoaduy..... si3, 91 BO 92 ,11 mind. Omegrf<< will be deserted location was surprised at put .2 211 i iv : ; \:::: :::::::: :, pm: ij lb ale
Florida a ii lii ,,
a 0. \VeUnuniluv. .. 81 \\IO s O 91 Professor Henry Thorn botanist. Yale The feat was attempted by u Mr. 1200 f.D B 1,1: J..v.: ::::::::::::::ll.n.::! ; t: 1. l pet: ass a.a
1'hllr.day.. 81 Til U4 77 before very long. Owing, tIts pat i.v..i"l": I ...:::..::::::::::: It lit put 1 bt Sm ,
j>latest Comio Cards. ,. Frlduy....... flu yo 78 91,% yyPersonal college and ten days later by the com, Scealei of Lelth and Mr. Smnlllu, a 15114 aID 'I it I"n, (I., ........ ....'....kl.'I..I.v' ibis> .pe ICY am I

ee> them -a t LOUNDS. B. >>. WILLIAMS. ObiinrTflr.C4 ., found isolated difficulty location In tho oompua log of another professor, who registered printer each being allowed six: bulls 11140 is as :::, C ii uO ill jli plji: : 1 1'I::::::::::::::::: :\ ,riallie..I.',,. ,.: :::::::::::. ,, 11 tIC 44 ::n 1 06 i-i set 50% II ,
keeping labor and both succeeded lu to ,,
as competitors i.e. .
Fountain -- .-.. ---- -. well as other dlflloultles and drawbacks himself at the same hotel as lending their balls well over tbe :tO am: 0 g'l I 7l:::,: A r.:::::::,:,wrl'i: l;: ;,i ::::::::::(, ;= an 50, 14 : pm pm: 'I-
ar Soda Witbeck. 6 alt am 10 ill pin i.e. ,. ,.,i ( i.uu'lendsi.l.v
.""' ''''' '''' to doing business "Professor Charles Crlmlnologtst. weathercock a height of more titan 7a6 am il45jtn I:: Ar..SithlIl..L.v: :: : : \ :::::::: ::: a 500 19 ant cm .. lA: pm pm:

Headquarters for all the George Jeal and Walter Cliff have Harvard College." For an hoar 160 feet from the ground. 711 ti000 eli Sm SIC .;;\ gs am sin: 1.v Ar.:::;:::::::"...l5Ip-lilaI.. the:I ,:,, ...':::::::: ",:.Ar i.e w.i :g i.m: 11 1500 1)0):: p.o:: I

bular ioe cold drinks. S and Social. $ been awarded or two his name ou the register excited Some years later Donald McLean a f'JeOpnt ............... .. .. AI .... ..Knllitioyiork, .. ..Lv--------- .....pm............Ji003 pm.m -
."", the contract for build some little comment. That was writer to the Signet, won a substantial 'Dally e000pLSIinday.tMuulftyNsnd;;; 'raiiruuyoip;; -: '1;. --iT';; ;;-and Saturdays 001,.
and lug the
Bigars Smokers- "" community packing house at .
; because those who read It didn't know bet by driving a ball over Mel

lee, Perfumes, Heaps:! Harry Chamberlin vUitud Jack Crescent City Junction. This new whether his profession related to claim ville's monument. In St. Andrew PAt.ItTKADKANCii-' --- _

:L other\ Toilet!; Articles. sonvllle this week. enterprise of which the News made ;Jumping or railroad engineering, The square, while several Scotchmen have I.s!' EAST PALATKA Arrivo L.av. PALATKA TO Arrive -
p.I': L. TO '
mention several the difficult feat of driving PALATKA P.laka Pal.tko EAST PALATKA :::.
Edgar McGrady weeks ago tu to be performed P a
Everything the best. was a business located land landlord finally explained that a crlm the ball from Burntsfleld links to the eat;am .........No. 44 I IlaIty..... ..:: I tm- iin, sin- ::::- ; 47 1)ii,............ 815 m-
on next
visitor to Palatka last week to the railroad Inologlst wag a fellow who bad had to eta! am ............N... 411 !J01I,............. .m. sot. .,.'", 411 !iMity..,._._... 820.10
purchased of J. P. Appleby. It I lit- top of Arthur's seat a species ,ogolf- 9211 am 110 !Jllllv............ Sill 11111 ant .It I'.ny..........,. 1186 am

>unds Drug Co. daughter Mrs. Oeo.expect S. to Crolty return licuie and little thIs built by a stock company of local ;Jump and had out arrived of Texas In; for Dakota shooting to open a man a Ing steeplechase stamina which as well requires as skill.considerable IH 505 pm sm .N::: ::::: : SI 52 Daily..i, :: ::::::::::::....eta I::,n I :III pin:0 .No.:::::: :::: : g: :i'siiy.: :: :::::::::::: :50 10 pm pm: I'

I Crescent City. week. growers and has been leased for '' faro game and make a new start In Westminster Gazette : joe:: :::::::::: : : tS :: :::::;::::::..; .I,::;,:. _t03Ji tOt ;, :.:.::::: :: ::: 07 i.iiy..4:, : :::::::::::.:ill ,pm: -7 I

A little sou was born to Mr. and coming season to Walker Bros the'I' life That satisfied public curiosityand '_ __ BAN ,MATEOnntANCU.. __ I

Mrs. John Hutohliiaou last Orlando who have engaged J. J. accounted for the professor strolling A Little More Than Your Income.A Leave EAST PALATKA A'lve Leave SAN MATEO TO Am...

afternoon. Sunday Edgar' McGrady to manage It (of around the town, day 'and night ;young man being asked how :5': ro SAN MATEO ..ra ::o I r-r. o EAST PALATKA Pi?: '

7 them. Work will soon begin on construction He also took In all the fine points and much It cost to live In New York city e 110.10 ...........No. 417 I>oll ,..=.: 81.0. sun, 500 era- ......... No. 110 D.II'. ......... 92 ;m 7
Walter Cliff left last Friday for'a of the building. particulars. replied "A little more than your Income 815 10 M nan ....... ....iJii' !! 8,Ill "" .... ........N.., _!>.11' '.400pm

M, H, READ, outing' of a couple of weeks at Day. Miss Lillian M. Appleby Is ipeucl The two professors"under one roof whatever tbac la." A ;young city; J.No. ill ;;;: MA'YJ'ORT'N". 18 No.22 240 54I
tona Beach. lug a portion of her vacation at St. fought shy of each other for a couple clergyman on his first round of parish I g-g7l nR\'ICH: Daily I Dsit >>.U1

.AL ESTATE. Rev. R.. N. C'at.e of Jack onvllle Augustine where society Is 'notive In of days Professors have their ;Jeul calls found a family on the verge of I put ;;; 1."I.v, :. .",; ll700;;: :: sin;-I"'- ll1.0..D sue j put; 0
starvation. The man had been out of I e upm Ol.m i loti "m i.v ..I'ohi., li-l, h.Y/ Omam! UOpm
will preach at the Baptist church doing her honors as will be soen tOusles as well as dime museum freaks ft III I'ln 9.13 pci lit tii flfl' 1.\',A.II, ,ii-. 1'/01111 I.v 0 I it allt 1186.m U5 plO I
I1 Crescent City, Fla.ie next Sunday both morniiiK and from the following, taken from Ins though greater efforts are made to con. work for months.the He bad a wife and -- 710, III 8"0- ) ,!" IO..A.- .."..",." .. Mil"....... I... opUn 11'.10' 000 10No.5
five children youngest a baby. ;
evening.Mrs. Thursday's St. Augustine Evening coal them. At length, however they They had Just eaten the last bit of D"lIyJ..lly; No. I Orang.Cly: ( Br.gi, h N.11..11, N-:41--1.,11. : /Jally. 9 Sanford I.an.hJ.dly No. 10

Howe property-"(JresI Shiver was expected horn i Record: Introduced themselves and book food In tbe house. :The young clergy Sr. 14110 05.5n., .x I OK, ","n. ex 1400. CC..HUD. -

.Jifil"cow 1 ou the mar- this week from a sojourn of several "Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Mlllsr en bands and began to respect each other. man gave them (5 and collected for 820 240 pm pm 10RORln 900.10 (Lv.Now.v.Lnie"; SivruaAr.'11..11,, '; I.v, 12311"i I'" ,"-.J" eli 41111.m}III"ii'OOi'.m. see Dla Ar.IYTIt..IU.Ar.1280pm S."IO.d Lv. 980 am

/ weeks at the famous Indian SpringsIn ; tertalned last evening In honor of Some processors of botany can't be let them $20 more before the day was out. 886 pm 101lO.a, LV.0.0".. Cily. ,., (12711 ,,, 4 I 10 I"a ...-. ... ....................._.... ...............
ttloular attention *lven to Mlsa Appleby of Crescent City who to admit that there la anything Inter !! A few days later be called to see about sin pm 1t00.1II, Ar.12l'i$. !.-Pit. .! .Ie 'llliil7! _.I.PLtI! ". -

cent City property listed Oeorgia.Fred the Is vialtfng them. The first part of i sating In anything but their own. spe. getting work for the man. They were Connno'lone......I".t 11':('" ,: v rt ',".:!.!'r. ICe. W..t .....1 "...'.0...

Andersen Is painting and superintending evening was devoted to each again on the point of starving. With ...Th".. TIM 1C TtRI.K4! ...O..I.t! uhltili '..'no limy l>n up.ot.,1 to Cr.nv. -
:me. other lady and gentleman writing the Idea del hobby. So with professors of i .and depart from tIe sew.Mil! .1'a. 'lt>... i lint Ihnlr, ....''v..r.I.imrtire tot ill.tlratatodiit ..
repairs to the win. of what a husband or wife should, be criminology. These two professors the $25 the woman had bought a fine notguar.nto..I, nor.lt,,a iliot uitiimnjr Ii.flt itself reepolaibie for any l.l.r Ior ,-'

"' nl) t'') ter residence of Harry Campbell 1 In The papers were voted on and those new baby. carriage some coffee and any ean.eioenee Rrl.f"It iIlrpfron!!! ._ _ _ _ _ _
were however. : deferred
; different They -
the north end. considered the best were Miss Edna sugar. When the clergyman expostulated "o''H'l-;: | I.ori Tl,'? C unl :.r Utlinr InffirmitttoH 1

:X.: Sporxcor:: : The ladles of tbe V. !. A. sell Ice Btanlets.Miller s. They Mr. Huston's were each and awarded Mr. Jas a missions.to each They other.permitted:They each made otherto ad- gance.she The Indignantly children 'had denied broken extrava the J.D. RAHNER,'i-t: ... | :, -ACJISINT.fUUTINE." FLORIDA

cream at the hall every second Thursday prize. Various games' were Indnlgedn talk without Interruption. old carriage and It was necessary tbe -

Dentist. afternoon. Next will and excellent musio was endered The botanist held up a half withered
Thursday baby should have a dally airing. As
tI I __ be the next sale. by Misses Appleby Stanley: Shorter ,violet that ho had culled on the prairie for the coffee It was tbe first they; had Figures shown above for the Mayport Branch and Orange I

&1 at Residence on JProapoct Street. and Casey. and delivered an Interesting lecture on had In weeks. They were accustomedto City Branch trains are not corre t. Passengers should secure
Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. "Refreshments
|'city. Florida Appleby are consisting of Ice Its roots and stem and petals, and the needed Apploton'a Maga schedule information
expected home this week from all cream. cake and puuch were served, criminologist described the bead and It and for these trains from an F. E. C. ..Agt.Atlantic .

extended visit with, relatives In Mrs. Robt. Hunt presiding at the face of the criminal with such clearness sine.
Johns River by Daylight. lunch bowl. .
i -- ---- -- -
South Carolina. "Those present were Mlnsea Apple that had there been an audience A Queer. Cough Mixture.

leach & Miller Line ,, Tlie steam pile' driver arrived front Iy: Kdim, Stanley, Casey, EppersonHalmer present none could have failed to se Mrs. Delaney so well known as an
KnUkern Carrie, and cUI'e a mental photograph. The points
Palntka mid U Annlilirner eighteenth century personage, bad a
on Sunday iilglit engnged
1'omU and Shorter; MHKSTH.I'liliun lie made were first, a slanting fore mix
for cough
strange prescription a
Iteanicr CK12SCENT.I this week lu repiililnu ull Hiepch .. Cox Davies, Hutson Hunt.JatiiPH bead; second a head that ran down- ture. Writing to a friend la January Coast Line R R.

-- .Miller\; docks 00 the hike, .. Ernest: and Ariel Johnson Miller Bonfrue Lithe, Avpy miJ. Ml ou the back side; third the nun 1758, she says: "Does Mary coiigb In

(.1. Oliver Chamberlain expects tu Thompson, Mesdumes Hunt Fulmer row space between the eyes; fourth the night? Two or three snails boiled
TdaYI at 1:30:: a, m. for Green OOTCTcrenoent leave for Jacksonville thU week to Johnson Casey HoatsonThompson' a bulglngjover the eyebrows' and, fifth In her-barley ,water or tea water or
a cruel expression about the mouth. whatever she drinks might be of great
City and principal wajlngIeaves look for position. HH will be ureitt
ly missed by the young people. POMONA NEWS. In addition to particularizing those service to her. Taken In time they Goes ICverywlierp I
points. he good enough to that
r was say have done wonderful cures. She must
| on W. B. Saunders Is carrying' the Professor Thorn didn't betray a single ..
know of It :They give no
dayl and Monday i at Otin a. m. The community was much grIeved -
mall\ between this place. and Omega one of tho characteristics. On the contrary -
ttvllle wharf footof Laura Sired to learn of the death or Mr. S. SjrcBii manner of taste. It would be best
|i'e6SI for a week or two while Capt. John FrIday morning Itt his home : an infant had only to tnlio one nobody should know It but yourself,

i.i PI gUll Is engaged\ on other work. inVest Pomona. He had been In look at him to know that lie was as and I should Imagine six or eight boiled North South East and '
wnnrf font nf l .re4. West.
I I ''rnnn
i John D. la to lu III health for some time so his tltath, gentle and Innocent a. a woman. In a quart of water and strained off 'j 'I
--- C'apt. Plgue put anew was not entirely unexpected, but I U Professor Thorn couldn't do less than and put In a bottle would be a good
gasoline' motor In tho boat re regretted by a )large circle of frlvndi
return the compliment ne returned
LARK Tralllc a spoonful two of that "
Manager, Gently purchased of him by Clias. S. Vlr. Green accompanied by Ills wife It by saying that nil flowers represented to way every adding llgutd. she takes.or They; must Consult the "Purple Folder.
had been for several
I Jacksonville Fla. of launcheson weeks ab tt famous human characters. For "
Gowen Instance
-one prettiest
Georgia spring hoping for recovery be fresh done every two or three days; ,, .
the lake.Rudolph the Canadian thistle represented a too thick." A _
but not Uncling ic, came home they grow --
cent City Transfer Co. ; Klnard has a position In two days before his death occuried. chuckle headed man, the burdock a strange remedy and one wonders
His two and threw man full of envy and jealousy the pig. benefited
sons daughterswere whether "Mary" took It and
For detailed information schedules reservations -
at Palatka rates
I J. L. Hurt's drug score .
at home, and with Mrs. Green weed -weakmlnded person the hollyhock It I
fl I trains at Oieaocntj( City Juno- while Otto Klnard: Is thinking of goIng. are extended much sympathy. The a conceited ass, and so on. by _ -

I Night trains by appointment. Into ,business of some kind at funeral, conducted by Rev. Edward What typified the character of Profeas Misjudged.A see your nearest ticket ngent, call on or write to j

B. M. Daytona Beach. Bull was Saturday morning fit the or Witbeck was the Illy. :That stood In third r
Manager. Scotsman was traveling a
residence; Interment at Georgetown. for' of soul and thought. A man .
Rev. D. Spencer leaves tills after purity class smoking carriage on a north of
Fla. He Mrs. O. L. tlendrlck and Mrs. that represented the Illy was always England line when at a small station A. W. Fritot Frank C. Boylston
for Crescent City,
{B. HARRIS noon H. Wood well arrived home SIIturd,,)! subscribing to orphan asylums and the ,
n fishwife with a opened
this week
preached two able sermons from a delightful visit with Mrs.
old horses turn out to
buying up to
door. Not relishing tbe prospect of Division la", onger Af; iit. Trav. Passenger Agent 'I
at the Orace Baptlab wild PrcsbytfrIan Worcester at layton Beach..
Barber pasture for the rest of their such company, the Scotsman said In
uhllrt'bes.-8t. Petersburg Inde W. S. Mlddleton was lu Jacksonville Just what the professors said of each this Is I'
his smoothest tones "All. a ATLANTIC COAST LINE, Jacksonville, Flu.
i CRESCENT CITY. pendent. on business Monday. other when alone Is a private matter, !"
smoking carriage my good woman

Rev. D. Spencer of Crescent City Dr. S. E. Peck was In Palatka day :The first occasion they bad to distrust The fishwife took no notice but pus bed .

I shop and a clean, satlsfao* will In the M.- K. Church last week. each other was when they met nt night In. '.')Iy good woman this Is a smoking -
Shave and Hair Cut Riiaran- preach In the vicinity of a clothing store. One "
Thin !\frs.II. A. Perry and Miss Manila carriage, repeated tbe male passenger
_ Try tf.fcry soulh Wednesday evening.
t me. of them had been examlnlnff'the fasenlngs la louder tones. The flsbwlfe The Palatka News
Morrison came hack Saturday from
lie will be heard at I hr
vetting of: a rear window and the other ,
"tl'lp to'St. Augustine. and, Palatka. put her creol In the corner and sat
Onset Baptist church. The public the fastening of a door Professor i down opposite to him, and the train ,
Is Invited to hoer this noted The Christian Endeavor society Wltbeck observed that ho thought the
started. Then the her
woman put '
held Ion cream salu.at Purtiona i .
an /
Serious divine.-St. Petersburg Independent lull, Tuesday evening A Ult. IL, study of botany required daylight and hand In a pocket of bor blue petticoat, $1.00 the Year.
Professor Thorn replied that he failed
took black lit It and.
a large pipe, .
Lovell Florida FreightAgent
Is s serious ask Oell. C. P. W. S. Mtddleton has
very matter to entirely buoyed to see how thestudy of criminology blowing a cloud of rank smoke that
of the Clyde Line and Mr Into his naw store and tlie old
One medicine and have the could be pursued without the aid of aantern. nearly suffocated her companion, re

'g one given you. For this and Mrs. W. M. Tnpper. of Jackson- tore for a packing Is being' moved house. back to telined., There was a-second meeting marked "And so, my mannle ye

n i wa urge you In buying vllle were the guests of Mrs. Mary : on a second night and from thence on thocht naebody; could taU' a draw butyersol'l"

I careful to get the genuine Scott Miller at her home last week LAKECOMO. the relations between the two great Our Only Place of Business :

Mr. Topper la the Oen- .!nstltutlons of learning seemed to be
I _
is at address below where we in stock a large of
SIrS Ined. carry supply
eral Agent' of the Clyde Line. Mrs. J. D. Mitchell has gone to A Big; Swallow.A .
kCRDRAUGIIT Green Cove Springs where she will It was not to last long,, however. detective was testifying In the Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill Ktl ers, Planers, Shingle Machines! I
Orrell Prevail of Seville who was One night after the botanist bad spent Threshers in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws and
_ Liver Medicine assist with the singing. at the meet. case of a woman shoplifter whom he Baiting
recenely operated on for appendicitis, ngs held there by Rev. Enrle D. a whole hour to effect an entrance to bad arrested In her own house. Supplies. Write us what you want, we can supply you and save you

o reputation of this old, rella. In Pnlatka, Is again nt home and recovering Sims. a store by way of a skylight >awl pho "And, your honor," said be, "when I money.

medicine for constipation,in* strength dally though still Mrs. Comfort and neloe Miss Carson tographer's parlors It was to come told her tbe charge she turned her I

lion, and.liver trouble, is firmabllehed. Confined to the house. It Is thought of Boston, G.., are I the l guests nt upon the criminologist. who bad got Inby back to me and swallowed a purse six Malsby Co. ,
It does not Imitater
medicines. It la better than : that he will be as well as ever In a Mrs. R. H. Blood and bliss C'xriieHarman. ) a door and was Just preparing to suits of silk underwear\ silver candlestick
bore the safe. By the aid of two dark
le i, or' It would not be the fa- few days. and a chafing dish and""Rnbblsbl ),,
te liver powder with a larger for Horace Prior has returned/ lo Jack. lanterns and the English language Are you crnzyl" tbe magistrate 41 S. Forsyth St. I

| than all others combined. I Ground bus ben. broken the onvlllfl after upending seveinl dnvs sonic very sarcastic remarks were Interrupted. -

SOLD IN TOWN n packing house of Chase: &\; Co. at here looking over lili groves ,tile! passed as to hypocrisy and false pre- "Excuse me. Whit I mean to soy; Atlanta Ga.

Crescent City Junction., Tliin building olh..r i property tenses, and then they sensibly agreed your honor" explained tbe detective."Is __ .- _

.' .l will be close to the depot and or Mrs. (Courtland Mlddleton and to divide the labor and the boodle. that site swallowed the pawn/tick. _

leased from the railroad SOil of Pomona visited Mr. and Mrs. 'They wore working with this aim and I ets." -- .

)u Are Wanting ground IB understood that D. B. Raybon recently object In view when a third party He,lies your Uunhaiii got used. to Order I'or I'nblication.
company. crept out from his hiding place and In- A Little Bit Thick.\ hIs inotur ear?
choice ORANGE GRAPET Jeal has tbe coutrnet (or D. E. Dusenbery Is having his popular In llioOlreult Court. Klglitli Jutllflul Olrttutt -
or George boarding house. "All View Cot. orfercd. He began by handling his "Yes" said the old salt "I've seen SUo-Oil, yos. lie swears at It automatically Futnuni County, I"lorll.-III. ( him

TREES for summer plant- building and that it will be completed tags," newly painted.D. gun In a reckless manner and Introduc- some pretty thick togs In my time. now.-Illustrated Bits. eory.Wllllnm.

fend me your ord l'/ Trees in ample time for the opening of lug himself as Professor Twister of Co- Why off tbe! coast of Newfoundland M, Miller.
B. ban lei and v.
Ray our
tot-class. No Low gen pop. umbla college. Ho bad been dls- tbe was sometimes thick that Bill for
(' white fly. the shipping seasonMr ubr l store keeper and postmn tc>r, laulferlng fog so The Cause of Many Mary Rpott Mlllor nAilntlnlHtriitrlx
patched to the great plains of the westto used to sit tbe rail and lean of tliuKtttlltM !
., and freight prepaid when and Mrs. M. H. Head who have greatly with two large bolls we on Of Partition

Accompanies the order the past severul weeks causing' much discomfort. gather specimens of tbeYygonedays against Itl! We were sitting one night Sudden Deaths.There John W. Mllli'r.HowniimlMnry ; :
been spending when alligators' thirty feet: long and as usual. with our bucks up against Scott iiiih'r. et ul*
mountains ol has .niweriit.
the Monjar planted
press vt Highlands In elephants twenty-tour feet high used the fog when suddenly the fog lifted is a disease prevailing in tIde It nplM'iirlnff bv nflulnvlt npponilrd, to the
trees Morrelpiece
VVm. F REED North Carolina, left last week for large palmetto to on the to paddle tip and down the river and and we all wont Bop Into the water.A country most d..nKerous because aoilecep- 1011111".1111 tliu. ulMivu HttitiHl, tuuHtt tit Abbtn .
adding greatly property, MIlluruiKl OujtrM Miller.
"' I Ji'iui IftuiKU |
Mr.Read '
'I' tive.
.\ Charlotte In the same state. gambol o'er the meadows green. He bit thick wasn't It? I MDnysudlen tile ih'ft'Wbmu binvln. ntiiiivil nrw HUltiitii.
st Florida from Highlands: "It Is The Como friends of Mrs. Ores, had finally found a couple of choice ... deaths are caused n[ tba Dtiilx I ol Florlilii. mill nm n-nliltiiM ofCriiHVont
Nursery writes cud family of Frultlund" extend their by it-heart disease : liLy' Putnnni IHiunty\ Fltirlila' 1 uth
and wet hers and we change\ specimens, and he bade them come National Conversations. -. ii vii Iwvii iilnunt morn: UI,,,, ci sty too cold to them In tin .
sincerest sympathy pneumonia& ,
Druj ton Island. Fla. r..r order ot pubui'atlon
our- buss tomorrow. The thermometer lo.a of husband and father. Mr. with him. Theydidn't want to, but If you see three luau standing I together 1 heart failure! or -tlmt thoy lint both tutuporiirlly I l nfc Pea 'I

60 in the! mornings and If Green was well known and inuoli es- they had to. It was a late hour but on the sidewalk In any given .1 apoplexy are often 501",,'s, In thoHtntouf hut,iv,, ami botn do.

THE PALATKA'siCola la off It would be line eemed In this section. the enterprising and patriotic cltltens country you coo guess' tbe subject 01"tbelr =. .. I the result of ltI.lI vvlim MHluutit. ,. itnil nn tit tintbtr titers tbH l,ago no iivrnon of t.'o"ly.ona, In the'

rain would keep It were ready to turn out and build a big conversation. In Germany It Is .7' ney UUease. If Htiile: of Horldit upon Wile:,,, the acrvltie, ofHubptunu
much and I hat makes Praise and Bible duly service washeld I woulil hlll.I.uol, "liefeiidiintHl) Itlitthwriifnro
rains trouble ia
but it kidney
Bottling Go. Mr. and Mrs.R.ud' In the Baptist church Sunday( bonfire and, throw ropes over the limbsof the inlay; lu Ilusslii. tbe bureaucracy: I vrdurml thtit anhl iion-rKllcnl
too dump and chilly. fternoon. trees. There wasn't much to be said In Prance, women; In the United or. llnfullillllltHlwunil' nm. iH-reby wiqulieil to
;. Manufacturers ot address for tho present will There was no. particular novelty la It States, business; In England sport. L the kifliiey-poiiioti- mipi-nr" to I tIn Hill ol\omphI"llIh'.lln, Mid .,/ 7
Mrs. O. B. Robinson will lead the e.t11(x\ will ot- fit HIM)cu or buforuMONIlAY.
Soda Water of All Flavors. be oare of Hotel Buford, Charlotte, Cpworth League meeting next Sunay. fOE' the crowd and the two men standoff and la Turkey nothing at nil.-Brussels tack the vital organs causing catarrh of I the nil DAY of SEPTEMBER,

N.O. ( n.the heads of barrels seemed to Dernier Heure.HUMAN the bladder or the kidneys themselves A 1>. I....., otlmrwlun the all-Mntl..1U of ntlUbill .
Bend us your orders. Peninsula Good Road figure that they bad better save their break down and waste away cell by cell. will bvtuknnua gonhnwd by mul I.-

Aiolpii A Frultland hew last wind for the uphill Journey. No one remembered Bladder troubles almost always result '"!.t't""irthnr' onlurod that thin Or .lor h

Association was formed A Vegat.rl.n. much about It next day but (rom a derangement of the kidneys andi DnlillHhiidoiiuanwKck fur four v"nii..oiltlv*

week of which K.: Bornon is president First Deacon-Our new pastor_must DOW and then to this day some stranger HANDSDO i cure is obtained quickest by a proper cii wui'kii, :iiish'CI; In In II Ho unlil Pnlntku,County New mill; ,Htiiti"n uf*"apapr

and C. N. Maull se( r.-tary and tIe a veRotarlan. reads the double epitaph on the head- .reatment of the kidneys. If you are feel- WI""',. my"".... null olllclnl Hun''',this tin
NOT TOUCH IT. InK badly can make no mistake by 11,0, 01 JUlY,
5k reasurer. The object. of the association Seconrl--Deacon-Why; do you think board and Is a bit curious: taking Dr.you Kilmer'a .swamp-Root, the "t lSoi.il: IIR"'JOFlEPU PtlIC J. .
II to work for gooil roads on sot "Sacred to the memory of. the two From the time thr w material. roach, on* great Kidney, liver and bladder remedy. I E.: K. HAHKHM, Dlork (Circuit ""rt.I
paiilnauU part of the county First Deacon-There doesn.tseem to professors who tried to play It lowdown funtorr thay ... ....dl.,1 .".,......y by ma- corrects inability to hold urine and Moll"ltor for Complainant.

the the uBSOclatlou l 14 concentrating be any meat In his sermons.-Fhfln- on another professor and this chants ehlnery: for, kop orupujuiuly 01...... Ho scoldiiiK pom 1 III passing It. and overcomes

RY SCHOOP, Prop. Just now road from elpbla Ledger. town. Don't no galoot steal this 'er. I that unpleasant necessity being

Its efforts on n oard." M- QUAD. Jel -o ICE CBEfljn! Power compelled to go often through the day For
railroad juno.Lion.
Palatka Florida. Crescent City to the : When' a man wants an excuse," said and to get up many times during the

Mr. Borson met the..couutyomuiUsloneri : JOogsley "the devil will soon DlHAOBBIABLB AT HoteL to bmora nantanilnatiKl.. It In itrlotlypur. night. The mild and the extraordinary I New and Up-to-Dale
Charles ,
week and received and ..h.I..n..... Our factorjr U effect of Swamp-Root is sorni realized.It ,,.
last Lots of men and women who are agreeable -
SUBSCRIBE FOB THE tit him with a good one. elaaa a* your kliaboa Hands the highest for its Vonderfulcures Furniture and
the county. with others, get "cranky"; at home.

)RIDA TIMIS UNION furnish assurances the that material. If theeople 11"ste8s-1 want to Introduce you to It's not disposition. It's the liver. If Id CREAM' I 10 boy to Make. Swamp-Root of tbe moBt is pleasant distressing to ci inlet' y.,an,1la l House Furnishing Goods
would find In that eel cross
Ti. build the road), and Itt Professor hopscotch the celobrntedorientalist. Iota yourself you 1 ;vwkl:: tikiirt..n rca CRCAM JM..l'r.MU. sold by all druggists in fifty-cotK! and
I Cll'e.9tl State Pmptr would Castleton-Languages.rues round the house. little things worry .nuil; (ramo without\ woklun.Simple one-dollar size bottles. You may, L-kve a at very low prices
A ILY AND SU'NDV of members, of the assolatlou )'ou.Just buy av bottle of Batlard's JIel'bin" -, ,lout I itt
HONTO meeting bottle of this ilis-
Life.ACTIVES wonderful
YOO' .. I "OD'b"h "Otb.,$103, It he so reported or brass. ware -- > and put ;your liver In shape. You Thl mak. two quart of .m""chi. sample new Go toR.
: Saturday book that tells all about
: and .t
TsI. : ou a ;
( 03 and everybody around will feet bet- vety iMareiim, dollrloualy' Havurad. In cqvery
wa< appointed to so- AT 87. at wnl oC about I eeot a:|>UM.Flavor both sent free by III ail. Addrens, Dr. Kil
[ A committee tee for It. Price GO cents bottle,
,SemJ.Weelityllmes.UnlolJ and build tile road per !i Chitalali raHiUa"!traw- mer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y. \Vheu
citiZens to would be unusual new Jt men old Ackerman-Btawkrt Drug Co. S.
of This by Mooney
V farmer and fruit Grower. unit aid eve",.Lima urtJ aflKirt4.8oM writing mention reading this generous .
either In would tHomaelvea free ,
acceptable and women keep fnr IA...
bit 3 .
.and this will by year Rrncer pnaknffM offer in this Don't make '
d., 1ue 0' and all aches and Never can tell when you'll\ smash a> paper any Florida.
.. U. Beml.w .I l, daTJnultorml committee. Is front rheumatism "Buonuh, for a gallon. -or by mall It ha Palatka,
to .a4 CUm.rrulu U.. ash or labor. The well.. keeping their muscles finger or suffer a- out. bruise barn or does sot k"n 1C mistake,but rememberthe name,Swamp- .
as .
s.d. T.t> wopap n irlllX>D ">aa> 1.IJol'Bon.V. n. Campbell paInS Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and the -
: .Malt.your subwrlpttoa.: composed of .nd Joints limber withBallard'. Snow scald. Bn prepared. Dr. Thomas Thl QMMM. Pure Food Co., la Roy, N. Y. ..
address N. Y.
TImIl.U Os Jickoantlls! fU a L. Chamberlln J. B. Shiver, Jnlmenb. Sold by Ackermivn.-St: $ olootrlo: Oil Instantly relieves" the pain "- bottle. Binghamton on every UndaMaklnR and Emb lmtng.r .

M. H. White and Luolus Turner. .;>rug! Co.L lulokly; cures the wound

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RUSH! The Palatka News Working Full Time. Death tf S. S. Green INTERLACHEN ITEMS.Mrs. .

: NEWSIDEWALKS The Selden Cypress Door Go's big Our Pomona correspondent olirouides at his- K. A. Brush baa Joined Mrs "
GAR9E. factory In this city darted to run on the death of S. 5. Green on John Hester of Uolllster in an outing "
the full ten hour day last week end Home, 23utiles. west of Pomona The ladies will recreate at Or-
hav Bifflor tb. contract Bros of for Mobile the Ala.10, who foot Five full carloads of Palatka roofers has taken on a few extra hands. Fo Friday the 7th In"t.Mr.Or".o of the oldest niond., Miss Grace Miller of Francli-
new went to Gainesville some months back the factory bus was one after things here during -Q
concrete sidewalks on Lemon and yesterday to City Happenings and ha-vloi. ( come Is look Ing
the county '
Wafer streets and the witness the fifth contest of the season been running on a shorter day and citizens of war Mrs. Brush's absence. :
foot walk of the
on between with about half. the number of here soon after the close '
the only
Oak Hall of that
O.k Rtreet have Personal Mention. .
entered and when a of Palatku
upon their city and the Palatka club. operatives as at this time last year. from South Carolina, Little Miss Dorothy Coburn
work .
energetically. It was a hotly contested. brilliant 'There has been some increase I Iourorderi III comparatively young man. He lies lisa been the guest of her grandparents hoe\f
ThEy began work on Wednesday irame, but Gainesville won by a score ," said Mr. Seld n, "but.I lived near Frultlaud continuously. S. M. Coburn and wife at .
_ tnorolnir at the foot of Lemon stre..tand of 8 to S. Mrs. U. A. Gray U visiting her cannot take this as Indicative of any for forty years, and WHS by all re"' the Lake View; she was accompanied
j) will complete the work a* they The Palatka boys claimed to have sou in Jacksonville. Improvement In the business situation gardert. us a model citizen whose by her mother Mis H. G. Co. $3 $3.50 $4
goalon* to the A. C. L. crossing. the strongest team of the season of tile country. The faeui are death is greatly deplored. Mr. Green burn, and her aunt, Miss Dora Ren- ...
It Is needless to nay that the walks Brown late of Bartow doing the Capt M. B. Ryan Is off for a vaca that prices have about hit the bottom was somewhat under 110)'earl of age, ben ofDeLond.
will add much to the appearance of lion trip to New York.: and few and for the past two years hud bsei IT takes .lIl Ltdi 1j
these twirling. while he was supported be- a largn denlert with surplu Miss Ada Millar of Francis. and WIIIIiJ _
.tr..te. to }h
added comfort of say nothing of the hind the bat by \WesibrooK late of L. J. McLeod Weaka! was in the money have thought: It opportune( to a sufferer from Bright' disease. Miss Melon Tllghinaii of Palatka to male a world I IItindi
..J the pedestrians.All Montesu..a.Oa. The Palatka boys city early in the week.E. lay In % stock of material for the fu. left for Georgia a few weeks ago ) of Miss O. H. Ewing the ml! j
old cement and returned were KU..t.
brick walksare had the moral lure.. I oniinot that busluescondrtloni undergo treatment but of shoes to | I
support of SOU) home see peMe i1
week while the ,
of the
being taken and the 8 Green of Welaka to his early part ,
up new one was among three days prior
or home two
rooters. But It was no show any present signs ___
They __
will present uniform width and level go. the city's visitors ou his wife Tllithman boys came later stoppingwith
lout. Monday.Rev. Improvement though that Is bound death. He Is survived by Still they can all be mited f
from end to end of the street-s two'sone. The Miss Grace Mlllerat the Domeof '*4
Palatka and Gainesville B. F. Green of to come. three daughters
have Grandln
played was a Queen _
-- most Mrs. K. A. Brush. Quality"tboet
Important feature In Floreiiae _
the landscape -
) elfoct five games this season; each has popular visitor la the city Monday. The big factory looka busy however daughters are Missus ,
of the new JPalatka. two victories to Its credit and one and the fact that it IK now run and Mary, and the sons are, Mrs. H. O. Tucker wee a visitor to varied and complele b At I
Today you can walk over the larger (tame;. was a tie. H. E. Merryday has returned froma nlng full time with a small Incren Fred young man of about 20 and Palatka finding it necessary. to con s*
_ oart of the residence section of They are unquestionably the bestam..teur visit of several weeks at Summer in the number employed Is an lid. Causey, a I lad of 12 ye"I' suit Dr. Hteen. We are lulling mow
Pftlttka Haven.J. .
on smooth eoncrere side Is Mr. J. H. Green a WIIIIiI
clubs In to Palatka whose A brother
Fl'irlda. vantage peopleone ,
We wish our friends In the north- with them
walk. Ir's Ir..t.St. On the train yesterday E. :M. Bar- (3. Vertr...'.- eaves today for a mid all, hope tit.. day is. not far member of I he county school board. ,,'h.. are suifeilng from the heat and every day tuta,,

James Methodist Church. nest started In to furnish each Palatkn. vacation of severalweeks' at Summer ofT when this great enterprise will bedohll Mr. Green was highly regarded inPalatka ,pitying us down here that we must their reputation growievayj!
rooter with a silk budge, and Us vs ( more fur Its founder and dt and old oitlzeiiHiif the city be roasting,. alive-that they could
H. DUTIUb. PASTOR. although he had many printed the Mien Edna Marshall returned froma reeling genius. speak regretfully of his death. auidraLciid-thut' w. have uo such "Queen Quality"| reUa J

Next Sunday the services at this I supply was not sufficient for the pleasant. months visit at Hastings Dr. E. S. Orlll, when told of his IIHIH,-not to think Florida means shape longer than
church will be as follows great crowd. ou Wednesday.Mr. Hosting./- Take Game. death snld l: "I am sorry to hear hoi,-hut delight,-lnn Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. )fro J. The Palatka visitors are enthusiastic The'Hastings baseball club took that; Mr. Green was u ftn'IIJ"" and and also delightful breezes and to ready_made shoe. Tiyi
N. Walton, Bible Class/ teacher, ha.1 In praise of Oalue vllle'. hospitality and Mrs. H. Blaney returned from the "crack" boot a honorable 10 all the relations of life !turns, 'lorIO.-.hould summer indeed _
returned from his vacation and will I but they are glun) over the last Friday from a pleasant sojournat ou Tuesday afternoon and the players fan, a man of more than ordinary ability. of winter here In the laud of
be ,lad to full class ,club's defeat. Crescent Beach. what. splendid
greet a Sunday I shall never forget
are saying that It served them right his the "everyoung.1' Herbert I
mornlnir. Mrs. H. A. Buky spent and : for the of physical specimen he was in Crook
Tb Young Men's Class Sunday spirit "eocksuredness"! with he one of Sirs.. Gertrud Cook nee Ouno of
receives I think was
Monday the of Mrs. which the I'alatka younger days. ___
t I New Saw Mill For Palatka. RObt.1 playersenterecthe Chattanooga Tenii. Is again A happy
new members each Sunday Come tho finest looking men I ever knew;
Browning Francis. content and the carelessness' or
.. .
mother little daughter coming
I and Join$ usCom. Secretary Montmollin of the boardof their I he was an athlete; he could stand Palatka Fla.
playing the
.. to the Mrs. C. )f. Craig left way through. without to their home.V. ,
praise service at 7:30p. trade says that arrangements have on Tuesday It was a JO Inning and the and Jump upon tills desk _
in. The choir hai fine for Savannah' where she will game re to L. Lnniukln Armour's "Verl-
a program.xTHnohm been practically. completed for locating visit suit was II to 5 lu favor of the dilllculty. Yes, I am really sorry ,
by the pastoral 11 ::00 a. m. the big A. T. Bquier saw mills lu for several months.J. diggers. The spectators applauded potato, hear of Ills death He was otis of bout", has \been here taking orders w.

The Wednesday night service" Is a Palatka; at least the conditions Imposed Mortimer Smith the well-known the victor heartily In rebuke to the our oldest and best citizens." for lots of good thing lu eat. -

good service to attend If you} are at by Mr. Squler have neatly, all Jacksonville plauo man has been do- fa YO rite. .ror their reckless playing, Said Mr. Chus. Kupperbusoli : .So Ti,.. Sundiiy school convention of --
all interested in Bible study Everybody been met, and that he expects to lug the city this week. at the sane lime conceding that th" Mr. Green U d "d. He was a good the Oeiilft district A. M> E. church' yjl1Yil1:11: !
welcome. learn In a short time that the mills visitors were not In the same fast man. I am glad he was permitted In. session at Mannville, closed' : : : !
have accepted one of the board's Uslua has been a guest class with the. Palatkn. players. to die at home. He went to Georgia Sunday night. A number of white HI
Gone to New York.F. propositions.Two at the Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, apart to consult physicians, and I did not people ntlendi-d some of the ,ftevplonsnnd Delicious

J. Fearnside left on Tuesday for or three locations on the river of the present week. Meteor Fell at Colee. think he looked strong enough to< were Impressed with the excellence I: J3 Ice Cream
New York, where he goes to select front have been secured and it Is Capt. aud Mrs. J. D. Points have make the journey I always lilted of the sermons, resolutions and
specialties for the fall and winter only a question as to which one the moved from their Lemon street flatto The meteor seen in the sky nt this Mr. Green and I am going to miss music, The \>rUt> essay of tnt con Bl and
trade for his stores both here and a St.; mill people will accept-this. aud one H cozy home on Kiver street. point and tit. Augustine on the night him." yenel,,". "How to Interest Children: I-

Augustine. condition Imposed by the G. S. & F. The is I of Thursday, July 80th. and over S. J. Kennerlv said : "So 'Dlt III the Sunday School," was especially BJ Cold Drinks.Homemade .
j Previous to 1"Ylnllr.. FearnsldeSHld Railway. Co. and from which Mr. Palatka.whitefly attain numerous in which there has been some dispute Green I Is dead? I am awfully sorry Interesting to all who heard It.
to the News: "Yes. I am going Hontmollln thinks It will recede. At times in the afternoon us to Just where It f..lI. Is made clear ti> hear. that. I have known him [ 1 Candief
r to the New oue baa to be careful not to Inhale In a letterto the St. _
Inspect York market, 'Ihese locations are In the iiortheriipirIoVLhe Augustine Record ever since lie caino to Florida, fully
and if there is any good thing in city, and Just the them. by Robert W. Oliver of Cole, or ',, and From A ta Z. -
beyond 40 were good
} ar> ugo, wo
men's apparel or furnishings that we ole u.- H. s t-. pier. une proposition Cochrane's book store has the which the Record says friends.. Pvuce to his ashes." A young man who was on the vergeof I L. A. SMITH |
_ have not already contracted for and la from the railroad company to agoucy for the Indestructible phouoitraph This morning's mail brought; letter matrimony went to the Jeweler and ,Ififil1fi
1" which seems suited to our trade, I lease a site near this pier and whichIn records and curries over 0.000. to the Record from Mr. liobt. W. County Clerk Piloe I: "He was to a bought a ring and left Instructions that E Lemon:St. _
a01l1olnl\( order it. Our St. Au- the event of its acceptance by Mr. in stock. Oliver Colee, clearing up the d18' splendid mini. situ nm sorry. In it be engraved tbo legend "From A Pulnlkj, { _
hear of his death. I have lost good
In Kusline the winter trade and largely they with demand tourists the Squler would require the mill The Home Mission society St. some puts as evenings. to where ago.the Mr.big Oliver meteor with 1..11 friend and the county one of Its most to Z," which being Interpreted meant !: !: !: !:l1Ii!
proper to be erected on piers over the James 11. E. Church
t will meet with Ills wife and another upright citizens. from Anthony to Zeuobln. To his astonishment _
beet In _
very everything. We were water. 1II 1. R. Stella .person, was sit.
v.rr successful in, our elfcrts to cater Other water fronts available ares r" 17th 4 Monday afternoon ting on the front porch of their home "Hon. J. H. Harp of Crescent City:: on calling for the ring the
at o'clock.
I to this, trade during the put winter little further out and on the Alerrydwy ( August which faces the bt. Johns river and ";llr. Green was. a splendid citizen next day be found It engraved like nn Satisfaction Guarantee,!

and we hope to Improve during com- : property.The J. N. Walton hasreturned; from saw the meteor very clearly and..t an upright honorable, man. I have Egyptian obelisk and ou closer examination To sit our patroiir WVK.., lv
lug season. What we buy for the News has It on reliable author- his outing at Hummer Uavvn and his close rangu. Mr. Oliver states that known him, ever since I came to thus found tInt the jeweler htd: put t.rvloa, wb.n you fret your, Gun':.'"Jl
store there will also enter largely Into I ty that Mr. Squier is quite pleased face lute the tan of the sea. He says 1C did not fall to the earth but exploded county 87 years. ugu. I am sorry to tbe whole Itlpb...".... from A to Z. on It. smith work ana iiltycua set Sewtni.UIKX
our calculations In supplying the with the propositions and feels thatIt his vacation has done him lot. of when about one mile above 'learn. of his death." ; repairing! at

Palatkn more. The people here demand U now up to him to make a decision Kood. the surfacs of the Bt. Johns rlvei I County Commissioner Mlddleton: A Faithful Friend. E. O. EARLS

the best and we are going to between. this city and Espunola A. E. Wilson. l left on Tuesday for He estimates that It was but n few "Mr.; Green was a good citizen and 'I have used Chamberlain's Colic W< alwmyi plasm our r>atn>..-.i give them what they want. But-! on the .'. E. U. Ry., a site which ad. New York, and after a short time hand red yards distant from his house one who 'was universally esteemed ,, YOII. {'onus and B.e ii,. KumemlMMItli
ness Is going to be better this full. joins his timber trectand with wnlc-h there will go to Portland Maine, for to the we.!. "The light was" .so br'll In the community. We are all saddened Cholera and DHrrhcot Remedy pin It 81r ;ePalatka.. Florida.
You can see the improvement alreadv. place lie Is now connected bY a private the balance of the summerMrs. hunt" continues Mr. Oliver "that a by his death." wan first Intro-luiied t.') the public In
I shall plu could have been distInguished 1873 and have never found one instancewhere
be about three
gone railway which runs. through the R. Rowlands leaves The funeral occurred on Saturday
weeks." plainly. The explosion was terrific, a cure was not speedily ffeotedby
______ __ tract. next for visit morning the home and
a at her old home being louder than the detonation of was larg.-iy its use. I have been a commercial
The tiquier mills at Omega have Koine N. Y. She will be joined inNew a attended by the people from nil th'e c.sEMAURERo1lu&M0I1SEP
Card of Thanks.The ounnou of large size." Mr. Olive traveller for eighton yeirs, awl never
been taken down and the
machinery York city her country 'round. Rev. Kdwaid: Bull
by son Arthur
admits that he and his start out ou a trip without this '
Sinter of :st. Joseph wish to h. companionwere njy
for mid
_ It
rvudy shipment now who preceded her two weeks of Pomona officiated. The pall b<*nr "
ago. faithful
somewhat friend H, B Mchola\
I startled and says of
extend their sincere thanks to Mr. looks as If the point of shipment frightened ; era were, C. Lee :smith, W. J. Kr.
T. I,. (J. Canova who with and Jumped from their chairs. Oakland, Ind. T..rVh,," a man has
A. Gardner forhiakindnesaiugivi131 -I would be 1'alutka, in which cane the bis family own, K.: B. Oluistead, U. A. Perry KILLS THEM ON THE S SPCf
( them the benefit of the moving logs would be towtd to this. place Is occupying their summer cottage at expecting the fiery missile to drop I In \Y. S. Mlddleton and Thomas Wise;. used a remedy for tblrt.lIve1'8 be
picture show Wednesday night through Crescent Lake and Dunn's Lhtytousfleachwseoveraday or two the front yard. The Interment was in the family lot knows its value and U oninp f .ut to GENUINE SOLD ONLY II
the net proceeds being $l0. We regret Creek to the St. Johns. this week ou business. Mr Canova III Georgetown cemetery.Resolutions orenk for it For sale by Acknrmaah BOTTLES g5'ALL DRUGGlI1'|
I the loss which Mr. Gardner sustained The Hauler's employ a large number states that the family are all enjoy Next Week at the Howell. to wart Drug Co.
but that his future will ing the best of health and
bope of hands and their mills would having a
There 'Is to be entire
an change or
be and splendid outing. Respect..
prosperous. bo decided acquisition to Palatka. l
at the Howell .
program! next
We also thank all those who r.W/r Vrwrw"i i
pat.rrnizd Rev. J. P. Bessunt a retired and week and the promised star uttrac At a meeting of Patton Anderson - ,
the theater and the .ladles Send your next grocery order to A greatly revered minister of the Methodist tlon Is no lesR than the famous "Kit chapter U. D. C. held oil August 6th I

and occasion.children who sold tickets for the Grainger; finest stock in town. urita ..church..vlultnti In now t-hn living..WuHnnarlnu at Pomona. ty Fave & Co'a Western Playlet." the following resolutions were adopted I
-- Kitty's play has been duhbed, the :
- Mr. Hassant In an old soldlec.of the "Queen of the Prairie," and she I Is "Whereas, It has been the will or Bargains in Palstka.(

Confederacy.Mlai. an expert III depicting breezy western our Heavenly Father to remove from I
Mayuie Puckhaber who has life. our midst and take unto Himself, the :

been the popularguestotMise Violet The company Is Just concluding a spirit of our friend and co-worker. I
SCHOOL OPENINGSchool Merwln during the past three weeks weeks successful run In Miami I and Jullti Catherine Calhoun and
returned to her home lu Jacksonville, the press of that city speaks in high Whereas Patton Anderson chapter Farm or Town Property,
much to the regret of a host of young eat terms of its work. The News tins by her removal lost one of Its :
friends. Record says: faithful. and generous members, who '

Have !. B. Stanton of Atlanta and Mrs. "The company had been advertised was endeared to us by her lovely Timber.1..andsJor Sale Lease.
soon open again. you to show their original one act sketcl Chi Utlnn character ..n.l\.oy\ her Inter
thought about it ? Are your children preparedwith Dr. Gordon Stanton Washington, of western life entitled "Queen of v.t In all that pertnlned to the good -c" _
1). C., lire guests of the week of Dr. of this ;
the necessary clothing? We have the right and Mrs. E. \V.Varrei... Mr. St..nron the Prairl and wheu the curtain Resolved society That therefore be It :
rose on the first act applause greeted we the. members of
kind of goods and for one week we are going to U a la.sister-in-law brother and of Mr.V..rren.M rs Dr. Stanton. the actors. that assured them henr Patton Anderson chapter U. D.O.( ,
ty welcome at each subsequent ap. do cherUli the memory of our departed I H.
offer some J. H. Hlckenlooper, manager of pe..runoe. Perhaps It U the cute friend and co-woiker and A. FORD

the Wester Union telegraph office Is acting of Kitty Faye thatcharms the that 'we tender our sincere. 8 v m pathles -
bulldlnir. a roomy and exceedingly audience and perhaps it is that 01 to her relatives and to he -:
Extraordinary Bargainsin npnt dwelling upon the ruins of the her two ,male! uompanlona. but what much bereaved (- .ld BaptUt church on River street. ever it Is, the people who see the life -'nil.0 largely; given., : In '

Just the goods will need. We are going to The house Is now """ell nigh completed. show are anxious to see It again." this hour of tilal, be assured that Real
you Sheriff-elect R. L. Kennerly la in Tonight Mid Saturday the Musical your loss Is her gain and that our Estate
make it possible for your money to go all around the mountain district of East Tennessee Adania. and Crystal Bell are the Fatherdoeth all things well. ..

and it will pay those that have to count their dollars where he expects to remain until vaudeville attractions in addition to be Resolved entered t, In That the these resolutions ;: Fire Life and Accident Insurance.
'late In the fall. Mr. Kennerly some very taking and realistic minutes of this ,
to take advantage of this wonderful saving does not assume charge of the ..her.I moving pictures. The new Howell) meeting a copy sent to the relativesof a c.

opportunity. A dollar is as good to you as it is I If'. office until January. : certainly Its mo"lolfplctul'e excels In display.the matter or given our to deceased the press member.for publication and a copy National Surety Companyof

to anyone, then why not come here and save Capt. Win. Ivers. after n two MRS. K. F. ADAMS

dollars. A of quality and price months. visit In New York, returned Tanks Go to South America. MRs..O.1'IIIILIPS. York.
comparison New
many home on Monday. Had a fine time, Ill \VINIFBEDHAtyOrtoc: .
will convince you.- but glad to get back home. Says the A visit to the big cypress tank fac-
beat in New, York was something tory of G. M. Davis A Son this week For Ambitious Young Women. i
.awful and mosquitoes from the Jer- shows that Institution in a flourishing .
sey side almost unendurable. condition though the business Is There ire many young women llvI -
OneVeek at these Prices: not what It was before the panic. ig In circumstances In which it wwmmMwwwm \
Alderman B. I. Gay la showingthat Howell A. Davis bead of the concern xeems to them that they have no !
he successful III
was re-setting chance to make
lot Amoskeag Fancy Dress Gingham all the a 1 large oak. tree in front of his homeon says that there has been little who a success of life,
Big new yet Imve .
change III bin foreign trade, though: a natural ambition to &I**'* .*""*\\H9 H" H *" *'in"f.9-
the . . lOc Kirby street. The oak was blown his business In this. has make their lives count for something //II
new patterns, yard. . . down lu the heavy gale of country suffered feel
some They that they have
Nothing better or more suitable for school dresses. (See our weeks ago. Its limbs were cat buck. a great falling oil since the enough and talent strength The
panic and at there Is enough) to
present little Only
bier window display. and the tree reset, and \\4' now doing signs of revival.\ make the world better for I their hav.ng Complete

Big lot new Suitings beautiful patterns, 25c, and 35o well. "Our foreign trade" said Mr. Duv- lived l-i Ir, yet there ."'"1",. to be ,

goods (see big window display) the yard. . 14c The Palatka baseball club played is, "especially. III Cuba and South no Torhssatnuiir WilY to aucoinplNIi, I this. .i of Furniture and House
games with the Ocllla, Ga., team American cunotri".. Is good and we | w".n the Phl|". :
Big new lot Fancy Calicos, 3 cases just received, all the last Friday and Saturday, the attendance have Just Isnueil, a new catalogue In delphla bi-liool fur Nurses' ullern a .!
at both being fairly good.In the Spanish language for of wily to reach BUCCPM no matter how .
games use this
best makes will go for one week at the yard. 5c Friday's game the visitors won bya trade. We intend to redouble our poor' or how Isolated they may b... :i Furnishings in the City.
score of B to 8. In Saturday's. game efforts for the foreign business." some hundred of )'0111\1, { wom" 'n, .
EXTRA SPECIAL the home team was victorious by a The DiLvlit' cypress tanks are there will hs granted.. this year rr e Isoholar"hlpa

score of 10 to 6. know lu all parts of the olvilUed which will Include two :: 21321.5.212'R
One case Fancy Dress Ginghams just received, the kind woild and the fact Is due to the untiring ears' Instruction covering all the I C t M.

;_ we sold all winter at lOc, will 'go for this week at m a R.n v R.people Brakeman are says unsuccessful that a great in while engaged energy, of In Mr.pushing Davis Palatka who. nursing ssentlals, III'W..IIIIS of the art room nnd and i-nlenoe lioard, of 1 I R 1\ ap R Ryan' Lemon Palatka4 Sire j I

the yard (see our big window_ display) . i 5c raising*lettuce because!' they do not doesn't. let up any lu advancing his nursH uniforms and all ih, nei.-esiary i=IaiI .
know how to It. "The .ee.e. ee.eta'
now to
way upplies s for class mom. eeeeeee..ee. Gee e.
private Interests. work. Nil,
Worth Cheviotts and Amoskeag Shirting stripes and do." said Mr. Urakxma. "Is to sow fees will b. charged and the, sole .
waists and the seed In a box with a little wet flellll" will be for tli. .
cht-cks better for KtiHi'iit's
nothing str9ng narth lt I IL remain until it begins; to City Attornoy Strum will begin p"rann',1! ,l .X"a.! .., with rill.YH'
: holds their color, they are yours at . . lOc sprout n lUtle then sow In wet filing' ''ax trio *ul'. iiK'iliixt tux nelliiqiKMim the tchool lixs 1,0r'oI,1I'. 'u, d... whti-h 3 !
trenches and keep wet until the for 1U05-00 next week. 'I'h..y A large KS' !
has hi.-n,
.. Fruit of the LoomHill and Lonsdnle] Bleaching, for sprout appear. If people will follow van save expense by !paving now.every I his foursMid, by th>U-ener1, fnr ;; is. lEDll

.. .... ...._ ......... .. __ _. IIIAI'.n< th 80"0. ._
9c this plan they will succeed. .1 h' Ich'lIII" Plihblnll, l be
week the . lift ...
one at yard . . . T II ib n KUOII iiiuvv ir wuui'l 1>H lor tf.ui.rv- n.... .|..|.. ....,_ iU........ ... 010
S. W Kowley of Han Mateo was In cltlz-n: Palatka to grab thin ,I.Ian on an even more, g-iiir.'u< oivli.> "A Book: Stor In your .

Don't fail to get your share of these and other Wonderful the city Tuesday en route to Jacksonville cleaning up spirit by the horns, befot than, III former y",,'.. Many more o..Ira_I*_..Writ.t. wlv. W.:::: '

Bargains. where he takes p.ut'ln the a board of trade. committee appealsto cholarshltm' will h"lIrnnl..d. and the ...........,...... ..... ... .s .......4I I. ...
fate republican convention. Mr. your pride or the chief of police reate t cure will b.. taken to insure ".Pi P.... ,,. THE FRANIUIIHURNER CO., 6l-n"RJ: St., *tinl| *8*
Our Remnant Counter has some big attractions and you Rowley states that the San Mateo vets after you with a stuffed cluhl thatth. members, of the clans shall ._ __ .. "".,.
find it at Big save. Begin now, cutting down UN ;juunn I women of good .. .. ..
hn Of
1 may something on a cigar factory of which Is proprietor. weeds In ; character .- --- '
All Summer Goods are being/ closed out REGARDLESS U steadily Increasing Its trade your yards nnd vacant tot,. 'I'heut and reflneiiie.it 'l'he Influences sur- = ---.- c t=-=--
and and is doing a good business It. principle get to work and trim your street rounding the stuclenti are of the best
Watch windows for other bargains come == :lu
OF COST. our output being; a cigar'made from shade. trees. Do your own full part kind. and they are under the care of tnat'O.: ::Iha.co.a.O'7I: ::

and Ret: your! share. Havana tobacco. In ushering lu the new Palatka, women of high qualifications for the I"AL.ATKA.PL.ORIDA.. I
which must be ready for .xhlbltlnn oh4rlfe. infVILL
The St. Petersburg" Independent of to visitors by the firit of November The medluxl profeanlon ora the coun- 1- Chemicals. Druggist Sundries
last Friday salds "1\1 IRS Fearnside D> It how.Noticel try I. hltRrUly 'In favor "' the mettl
and !5114 LeBarron of .I'alatkaare Otis of the .ohfoi.V and ( Patents.
guests or Mrs. Allen and together All who purchased tickets the over four PR&SOASPTIONS OAftcrui-lr OOMP.ouNoSD.USl
1fle8UO2222:34 with Miss Hani-eft, of the same city for. St. Murk's benefit at the Gem I thousjidof a sliiRle; state fading have given physlolsni Esn OABDIN: Km. Agents Mallory ....... "

who I I. visiting her hroflur, will enJoy theater for the 11th Insr. can have I doraetn..ut above their own slitnSl e!:!..::!. ';;;;'-"! ,. -. e"
the ilelltrnraof summer In this their money back by presenting the I turea. In, addition of .n. vsn -<
ninny the
city and I'.U rll"V hile here tickets to Mis. M. I. Coxe. The .(Gem ty sool..t// have taken action coun
will entertained by social retired, from business.Oeor endorg. if
they our log Its aim and niethrds. The .1tifI1
bulletin do e.evr..
leaders, among whom they are pop. ( E. day Is spending the of ii,.. school gives| many of the .ATri
ular.'\ week In Jacksonville where be Is at. names of physicians, who have permitted :: J

W. C. Townsend the well-known tendlnir the>state republican con yen.t the use of their names as ref COMPLETE LINE MACHINE
: : Lem p Street. naval stores operator of Norwalk, Is on. Mr. Gay belongs to the Inner srenoes for the school o.r 1Ii" OF' MODERN UPTDATE
circle of the AIIIII'1ulrl..s should .'I' 'WId, SAvf'\'oll'' .
reported seriously lust Alry.Ga., republican party In be addressed WE \ ,.Ollff.
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whither he hnd gone for the summer. Florida. and. a member of the state to the Philadelphia School for Nur. OUnITS.\ 'U'I'1'ORT"8LI oS!,tw. Msa..
: Ager.cy for Butteriek Patterns. Mr. TownseiidV.. home. Is at Lake: executive committee has an Influential .5.' ( "nationPwl'l"' ,, oils : O"-TMtN\AUE1'" ; "' P VA'Is-" ______
Dr. W. Underwood pert In determining the Su./1! "'" 0114CR M..CMIHE"y.
Butler. and A. party's be for- IN SreCl4:
'Wt: _
V policy In this state. Before, In ALSO c.1\1tY
his physician at that place was summoned leaving response 119 promptly asDonflet SAWS 0" AL&.
} This store closes at 6:30 p. m., except last Sunday by wire to his Mr. Gay told the News that the rotpObllca' --po.slble. .LTmiiGt. AND MiLo& SuppU IC''O _
bedside Mr. Towosend U one of tb... ,. would put a full state and 5CND "0" CATALOOUg _
: best known and most popular meoelR'all'ed congressional ticket In the field thl.ye..r. the baby suffer from "sozeizus ""(.TlMOI'"L.... Wit save AND
Saturdays. Thursdays at :3: p. m. In builness this' county sores or any itching of the.klo. Doan' Cr BMSI"8" ,ON' 1't.A1t.
_ OM&'Io.'MI) "OI lT' ,.
x i Ointment Ifl"" instant A80"1 AT
and the people are hoping more reuief cures "DOIl18S.
encouraging n8".. The News (t the year.-.62:J tint e.: 1ulokly. l'err80t11.ate fur children. All A HAT"" A5D 'des R154
drtlJilete soil it. GGiiAJoirt OurssJ.zsjr Ii. .,
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