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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 31. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1908. >$1. Per Yeltr'y'



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) DROPS DEAD ON ,MORE SIDEWALKSARE PALATKA GETS PALATKA WINS 'i


LEMON STREET. ORDERED SQUIER MILLS. FROM OLYMPICS'?'


J. Weathered a printer some 6ayear The council at its meeting on In an almost errorless game with F
: city Vice President John H. Munson,,
brilliant playlngon both sides Palatka
fell tlia .sidewalk and
of to
age Tuesday night ordered the city clerk General
M.
Superintendent Grady
about H! o'clock last took the game from the Olympics
; Instantly expired to notify property owners on the ana Chief Civil Engineer Shaw of
Friday night. Weatherell had but u. north slue of item street front Water of Jacksonville yesterday afternoonby
One-Third the O. H. & 10'. Railway were In tha
Off a score of 1 to 0. Palatka went to
time before arrived In Palatka
chart t
and the east. side of
to Second, on and
city on Wednesday met by
: '. on the Kiist Coast train from the KiRl.th street from Hawkins to Madison Mr. A. T. Squler jr. The appointment but first and Joe Merrill first to bat,
south and had registered and secureda I then made the winning and only run
a streets to construct new concrete
meeting! was for the purpose of arranging of the The attendance
room at the Graham Hotel. From game. war
sidewalks to .
according pl"snow
: a lease of the railway corn.pony's
not large. ndrioki and Hend-
\ there he started to go up Lemon 8b,, on tile in the olllce of the city
big! dock: In the north end together -
rlcks the Jacksonville
were battery
,
store
and when In front of Dodge's
engineer with 87U feet of water front to
while Dillon and Marvlck did the
was seen to stagger, catch at something The fire and water committee reported !Mr. for mill .
On all Squier saw purposes.The trick for Palatka. and
Clothing in Our Store. ; and fall. The fall was witnessed that the water pressure of party accompanied by Col. Umpires, day
Fearnslde. Same club
play again
Dr. A, M.
but by a few people. the old Valatka water works at the Montmollin secretary of the Pa-
Steen who happened to be on the Howell fire on Tuesday was. poor, as latka board of trade went over the this afternoon. Qo.
street and only a short distance off It also was on the morning July and there little trouble I
ground was
SUMMER HAVEN LETTER.The
.
This is the Biggest Bona .Fide Cut I was summoned and was quickly at 24th,. when the water was entirely la Mr. Hquler' arranging for a satisfactory -
on the side -of the stricken man. Dr. shut oil for 45 minutes. The committee l 10-year lease of the prop most. notable event ofthe past
1 Steen 16 his opinion that
as
gave report was on motion ordered
week the arrival of
was on Sunday
I death was due to natural causes, the forwarded to Uen. Wheeler.Dr. erty.Mr..
stated News that
1k Hquler to the V. E. Schwab, of Nashville Tenn.
bursting of a blood vessel. in the head A. M. Steen was given permission the proposition of the railway company Our people met him en masse. with
Record. Think of It. being most probable. Justice Row- to take up some brick in front was a liberal one and If the outstretched arms (land happy

ton decided an Inquest unnecessary of his premUes( to repair water pipe, contract an arranged comes back smiles for Mr. Schwab has 'been a
and ordered the body turned over to the work tome done under supervision made out as he understood it would member of the Summer Haven city ,

: : Undertaker Mooney.An of'the city engineer.. settle the matter of his mill locating council for; many years, and Is one of "
examination of the papers on The chief of the fire department In Palatka and. that work on the our most skilled fishermen. and
tho person of the dead man showed reported an inadequate supply of mill\ Inside
would begin of 00 days. yarnswappers.The .
One Third. Off him to be James Weatherell a resident water from the hydrant of the Pa The Sailers have a lease. of 1)0,000) fifteen the
of DeLand. A card was found latka Water Works at the Howell young people front
the
,. acres or the been timber lands In mainland who In the
"If were Kirby
on which was written anythinghappens .
fire Tuesday inointng.The
Weather cottage on Haw Creek section and the logs will house have left Hand returned to _
to me notltr.Vm. chief was requested to secure be towed to this city for cutting& Into
their home with
ell sr,, Holly Hill Fla. Other papers signatures. of witnesses to his report lumber. respective the exception -
showed that Weatherell was a of Miss Ague Bryant, who
for future reference.The .
The new mill will have a dully ca-
member in good standing! of VVlntie- report of the city engineer on of feet. In addition Is now visiting In Jacksonville. We
pacity U5.000
On all miss them
Summer Suits greatly, for the
Extra Trousers meaetbTribeImprovedOrderofltedMen. old sidewalks to be left on Lemon there will be a plaining and shingle or absence of presence
of DeLaud and members of the street was read and provoked some so many young people
local tribe of that order Immediately mill.A. means quite a difference In the so-
discussion. The board was firm in T. Sq-ulerar., father of the new
, chat life at Summer Haven.
notified the relative at Holly Hill Bank
opinion that Putnam National Palatka mill man, Is one of Florida's
I ': and Straw Hats. and assumed responsibility. for. the should construct new walk in frontof weslthiesttimber barons. Like the Our usual Sunday launch parties
, : proper preparation of the body tar Its bank. 'Wilsons and Cummers he..--comes came down load Sunday and there r

burial. On motion the council decided to from the white pine lumber district were eight strange launches on the
Wm. Weatherell of Holly Hill arrived meet In u body at the city water of Michigan. He will make his river that day. I It is too bad that

next day and proved to be an plant at 4 p. Wednesday with a home with his son In Palatka at least we have no pavillion or other public
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- :; uncle of the deceased. He stated view to devising ways. and means of a part of the time.Attended building for the convenience of those
that his. nephew had spent the night Improving; water conditions. who come so far to spend a day with

baum & Co. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored previous to his death at his home; J. N. Ulackwell attorney for the Family Reunion.Hon. ua.
that he was on his-way back to De
A. C. L. R'y presented a petition Mr. and Mrs. W C. Mlddletonof;
Land from the lower east coast wherehe from the company requesting that S. J. Hllburn is back from a St. Augustine who have been; lu
Suits in Tropical Worsteds, Serges, etc., as had been working at his trade of council permit the A. U. L. K'y to visit. to his father's home In Rising Camp Alcazar for several weeks
printer. He also stated that his nephew construct. 1G foot Instead of a 10 Star, Texas and where he had the have returned to St. Augustine.Mrs. .

well Summer Wash Suits. had complained some the morning foot sidewalk In front of the railroad pleasure of attending a family reunion Amos W. Corbett and daughters -
as
: ;. of hla death of not feeling! well property on Lemon street between at which all the member of and Kstelle de Medici, who were
and had shown him the card with llth street and the railroad crossing. his father's family, with the exception visiting Mrs. Middleton have all returned -
his name on for reference in case any The petition provoked general discussion of one brother were present. to town. Mr. Corbett Is
The Straw Hat Sale includes an extra thing should happen. Mr. Weather and on motion a yea. and Mr. Mllburn's father Is the Rev.A. thinking of building a. cottage ou the
ell said he didn't think seriously of vote was. taken, probably for the H. Hllburn a veteran of four bill. ,

choice line of Panama and Yacht Hats. These '; It and. the matter was lightly passedover. purpose nay of lining up the "champions army years and service a minister in the of Confederate the Methodist F. E. Weathers, wife and son C
of the to the"corporation
people" us opposed
Frank returned last to St.
The dead man had no family and crowd." The petitionwas Episcopal church south, which Thursday
will be for two months and he has served faithfully in Arkansas Augustine and Friday Mrs. Weathers
worn yet, you the uncle thankfully consented to granted by a vote of 7 to 4. aud Frank accompanied W m.
the order of Red Men taking charge Those voting for the petition were Tennessee. and Texas. He Is retired -
Moody and wife to North Carolinafor
of the funeral arrangements. The Interment Messrs. Uamin. Wattles, Mer- now and lives in comfort on a
soiled Gay
afford to throw straws.
55 can : a short vacation. Mr. Weather
your
away
took place Sunday afternoonat Hay, Haughton and Davis.'those large farm In one of the richest
few hour with
spent a us Sunday.
Oak Hill cemetery, where the Impressive against were Messrs. Uslna, most productive portions of thatwondel.tul
and beautiful ritualistic\ funeral Browning and Joe Adams. state and where this aged Ed. Allen and wife and Mr. and

If_ you are going away for September, :;, ceremony of the Improved Or- Hamsaur Aid. Uslna says that he can see no mlnUter and his wife are enjoying Mrs. Walter Henry and Fred Allen
der of Rod Men was conducted by reason why the council should allow the beat of health. came down Sunday. Capt. Allen
will be interested in our sujpberb line of Uev. H. Dutlll of the Methodist. the railway company to build alive "Thure are four boys and one girlIn and his son returned to town; the
you church. The members of Okeehum- foot walk another party a three the family" said Mr.. Hllburn. rest of the party will be at the Hen- y

kee Tribe of this city attended in a foot walk and then Insist. that every and till were there but one brother, ry cottage for a few day. kJ

body. body else on the street shall build a who In a clergyman and was. in the Mrs. O. W. Corbett and children, (,
ten foot walkr midst of a successful revival meeting Madam Corbett and Miss Franklin

Suit Oases and Leather Bags Libby Prison Diarrhoea Relieved.Mr. and found It impossible to come. tieuman of St. Augustine are now r
: 55 the United Of the four boys living, I am the only occupying the King cottage. Capt.
Edward K. Henry with Rackard.
writes Death of C. S. one not In the ministry. but my Corbett is In New York but expects

: lOur States General express Superintendent Co.. Chicago,Mr., Quluk I, C. S. Packard au old and universally good father and mother long ago forgave to join his. family here before long.
me for breaking the family
handed me a bottle of Ohumberlaln'i esteemed resident of Welaki 'The Ada Is now on the mall run

as well as Trunks. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed; died at the Kupperbusoh restaurant precedent.'We had time and leaving Corbetts dook St. Aughatlne,
just a splendid
some time ago to check an attack ot last_ Sunday morning of valvulai Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridaysat
of the heart. The body found It easy to Imagine ourselves she Crescent
the old Llbbv Prison dinrrhcoa. I have disease was 8 a. in stops at
for Men's used It since that time and cured many; turned over to Undertaker Mooney young again and under the protection Beach at 1I:30..nd: < arrives at Sum
Of course we are headquarters of lather and mother. There
for burial and SUIIdILyafternoon' Haven 10:30
on our trains who had been sick. I anau and prepared on mer a. m. Returningshe !
was fruit of all kinds in abundance
was. taken to 'Yelakaby leaves Summer Haven at 1 p. in..
soldier who served with Blither
fine Shoes, Underwear, Negligee Shirts, Neck- 5 ford old B. Hayes and William MoKmle; Mr. John Dallow of that place on especially we had lots big of luscious good things peaches to eat, and including Crescent Beach at 2 p. m., and ar-
The funeral
forfour years In the 23rd Ohio Regiment his private launch. at turkeys and chickens and rives at St. Augustine about 8:00 p.
Welaka was conducted by the pastor m.
and have aliment except Libby Prison -
etc. etc.FEARNSIDE no rich, sweet creamy milk. One day
wear, diarrhoea, which this remedy stops at: of the M. E. Church south and there were 25 sat down to dinner. Jns. O. Vertrees la with us once

once." For sale by Aokernian-Stewail: the Interment was in Welaka ceme Talk about a good time-I had It. more and the fish have begun to t

.: ': Drug Co. tery.Mr.. Paokard had lived at Welakn Mother atepped to the door and call- look for more secure hiding places. i
ed us. all to dinner by name and her Mrs. J. N. Walton. entertained at 1
and
for UK waa highly
Notice. esteemed nearly by yours all the people of that voice was as strong as in the day. of dinner on the 16th in honor of Judge

He cheerful old man my childhood. Walton's Birthday. The young man
was a
place.
CLOTHING ': All persons desirous of having any In, his 80th year and for many years "From there I went to the old who Is. one of our most prominent
: corrections made In the assessmenl has lived alone. He Is survived by family home In Arkansas, but It was young statesmen received many!good

roll for the year 11)08, whether In UK three sons, who generally spent a greatly changed and I saw but few wishes but Dot many more substantial
listing valuation of property or portion of the winter season with whom I recognized and fewer who remembrances

otherwise, are required to file with their father. These sons are Capt. recognized me." The bathing has been very fine for J
the Clerk on or before the first regular Clinton Packard of Brooklyn N. Y., Mr. Hilburn was accompanied on several days; two of our young ladle
meeting of the City Council Robert Packard of Tuokaho N. Y., the home trip by his brother, Rev. tried the high ,diving act the other
the month of September 1008, the and Roy Paokard of Cocoa Fla, all Dr. J. P. Hllburn .president of Suth- day In shallow water aDd succeeded
; same being the 1st day of September of whom were notified of their erland college. in meeting each other while down

COMPANY 1U08, their petition or complaint father's death. below-one has. a blackened eye the
addressed to said council in writing, Mr. Packard came to Palatka on Putnam Baptist 'Union.The other a swollen head.
setting fortlmpeclfioally. their objection of last week his .
Thursday purpose
to said assessment and oo(rec- being to consult, Welch. He was. Putnam Baptist Union will Chaa. Philips who has been visiting -
tlons desired to be made. taken 111 OIL Friday and for a time meet with the Black Creek churchon In St. Augustine la back again.
The City Council will meet In the unconscious but he rallied aud Friday next, August 2Hth, and the and Frank
,
was will continue the Mrs. J:F. Rhodes son; ,
: Council Chamber for the purpose of of the day on the meeting through Misses Crlll "Annie Grace
spent a part upper following Sunday. Clerk L. E Mo and the ,
hearing such petitions or complaintson the restaurant. where
F1rida. veranda of and Dorothy Burton of Crescent City
Rae of the union has furnished the
Pala.tl D.
the 1st day of September A. ,
friends. In the
he cheerfully greeted. many News with the following! program of arrived on Monday and are
l008. Saturday night however, he had Bevlns cottage for the remainder of
for discussion
A. T. TKIAV, topics to come up
another sinking spell, from which he i the season.
11
City Clerk. Friday a. m.. Introductory
Into unconsciousness
soon.lapsed Mrs. again F. U. Cochrane of this- Sermon by Elder: J.K. Black; 7 p. m. Two boat loads of people from the
temperance subject "What Is Temperance mainland arrived Monday and are
Notice. old friend of the old
who was an
a. city
'
.
; Where and When did It camping at the Other Knd.
The assessment. roll of the City of man attended him during! his Illness UrIJlnateV.. J. MoRae first speak-
sit .e .,. -------'--- Palatka for the year lOOt! will be and was with him when the end

open for Inspection in the ollloe of came. He never regained conscious er.Saturday, 9 a. .in., general subject, POMONA NEWS. ,
the Assessor in the City Council ness. Death It Is said was due to be. called Protestants _.
"Should Baptists
fit", rmnmr"rm"mrmm Real Estate For Sale.Fine Chamber from August 21st to Sep valvular heart disease. Mr. D.illow ; It not Why?" E. D. Prevatt Words. cannot express the deep

tember lilt 11)08) inclusive Sundays who came to the city on Saturdayand lint ..speaker.\ p. m. Education and i sorrow that spread over our community -
H Finley Tucker | excepted from 9 a. m. till 12 m., and here learned of the old man's Periodicals. "Why I is. it that our last Saturday when the aad
twrf story dwelling! house, in fine condition on Kirby St. from\ p. m. until p. m. Illness, postponed his return home Denominational Pride does not Con- I' news oama that Mrs. Clarence O.
J, N. BLACKWEM, and did what he could to care for the Platt was dead at her home in Sat-
=3 and barn Half strain us to take the Florida Baptist ,
Insurance, Real Estate, artesian well on premises.
lot 100x150 sick man. funeral from Pomona
:: City Assessor.Don't Witness our home and foreign mission suma. The was >
Fla -r cent. I Mr. Packard had a little home church Sunday morning, t
Op.Court House. p&latlta, j cash balance at 7 per journals. Elder J. C. Uollum
:; garden and orange grove at Welakaand where only last October she stood asa
== Small farm oC about 6 acres with dwelling, on edge of town, let the baby suffer from eczema passed. his. time in cultivating! first speaker."Are Missions 7 p. tn., mission Essential subject to- I bride. As Miss Ruby Tucker she
j
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Real Eetata Bargain =3 known "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash. sores or any itching of the skin.relief Doan'eOintment the place. His death Is greatly regretted Christianity?" J. lo'. Conway first WILl beloved by all and there I. great
as Instant cures
gives by the people of the town. sadness over the death. of the .sweet
No.8ft-Two building Iota In the";-': The Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 5 miles from Palat- q ulol
North End,a bargain at (TOO. == ka one mile of river frontage. druggists sell It. It's An Active Store.No ject. "What Should b* the Charao- who Is now resting In the Welaka

LoniE for sale teslstics. of Sunday School Superintendents cemetery. She leaves a baby girl
No.45-A doulilaitoro on Jon both in on matter how dull the seasonthere
'' two weeks old and much aympathyIs
Other properties
it roe t, go net front by ,110 toot rS HENRYCountr Is always something doing at ? Elder M. M. Stricklandfirst
RUNZ. ! !lifi! extended the husband of
deep-store now rented MO aa to == terms. Apply !fififififififi! : : TheEarnest Company's. dry goods speaker.. H a. m. The mission to young
easy In this sudden berea..e.ment.
will be Elder M. not a year
preached by
pay good intoreit on money -In- == store. Mr. Earnest believes in doing sermon
also. the relations.
and to
veated. Prloe only ,000 If sold :r3::: DeliciousIce [ business all tho time and Insists thatIt M. Strickland.St. ,
quick. =S -- Cream [ j Is better to sell goods at cost and "Leaves have their tilDe to fall
make nothing than to lie down and And flowers to wither at the north
:No.80.-A good 7-room dwulllng ZI2 NOTHING. James' Methodist Church. winds'. breath,
DO
.. la the\Ve t End! on Dodge >tre t, 4 and tfi If he has done nothing In the way RHU 'TTTII., PASTOR. But thou hast all seasons for thine

lot. OOxlto,all. modern convenleno- ZZ&e ) Band Rings Fancy Stone Rings \1I.r' Cold DrInks.Homemade jfj of money making this summer he Next 8UB&: T the service at this own 0 death I Dear Ruby.
,
II GOO,on easjr payments. :US::: i\ Plain V/' Candies has certainly done much in the way church wlnE.1 a. follows: Mies Claudia Oreeu has returned

Tour Property eared for,Iiuur13 / ; of popularizing the Earnest stores. Sunday tfMfrl, I at 9:45: a. m. Bible to her work In Tennessee after spend
ed.Bought or Bold. =35 0 They have been the bargain storm Class, J. N.lBklton teacher. A ing two week at hone
r f\! fond R.lo I center of the city and the people have ant place fdouba stranger.. Young
Rente Collected. = ; i. I L. A. SMITH" appreciated the fact. Appreciation Men ClassV*: O. Wright, teacher. Misses Mary and Florence Williams
1 Sit \ / leads to future patronage. All who New members are joining each Sun- spent a few days this week In

H. Finley Tucker.11111111J1111111UIIJlI1lIJ11J111C j tX.X ,v ... ----c-:: 0! [ Lemon St., have attended these summer sales day. Young men welcome as visitors Welaka. with their father.
fiYfififimSatisfaction have been made acquainted with the or mem bars. We welcome everybody Mr.and 111,.. H. E.WakeQeld have
0 !fifiYfi! !:fi! ;! modern methods of this establishment to our Sunday school. returned after a visit to Daytona i
/N received new designs f in Fancy noted the superior character Preaching service at 11 a. m.by the and Seabreeia. Mr. Wakefield wilt
X\. We have just of the stock and will be on the look- pastor. teach In Seabreexa this winter.
let with turquois, amethyst, toper 'Ii 'Guaranteed. out for futuro..announceui. And Service of Pral.e by the choir at
WANTED-Uellnblu. a n ariret I loa t\. Stone Rings when they see one they'll KNOW 7Up.! m. The evening services are Miss Mary Green bat returned to j

amen to handle an article that Is /.I3. jade nqua-marine, sardonyx, etc. vs To all our patron. wa al.o l give yon prompt. IT'S SO. That's what constitutes full of interest and largely attended. Jacksonville after. two week visit
remand In nil households. Com- and service when you at your aim and Ixickmlth successful ad"ertllllnlC-gattlOA' pea "The World' Greatest Hymn" for beret
nsntlon In. made. thoroughly s\tlsItory. fell Plain Band BiiiKH, wide Tiffany narrow ssx' .repairing work done and afc Uluyola and sawing- Maohlna' ple's confidence and keeping it. Sunday nlvht. Cornel Crlll Williams was In town visitIng -

Address lox 177 diUm>sP Tha company baa announcement of S. Mlddleton
W.
/ > his slater, Mrs ,
Flu. f Bt-at Diamond Biugs. vxv E. O. EARLS sale In this It
e. another big paper. For the City Father./- recently.Mlas .
X\ loose Diamonds which we will get in any '> We.lways please our patroncan please will make a profitable study in blaek -- t
JTou get the beat groceries at low- \ Also I Com and.. nit 1t
prloea when you trade with A.Inger style mounting desired.SMITH vxvx luwl. Palatka, Florida.. county.DRE8SMAKINU. the.treats. especially over the new Dew Una of Elastic Belts! In all the
Xif brick out there by the rail
pavement
at the new store.
the ladles are
Mrs. Moll- train new fall styles, and 1
\ -by road oroast ng. Passengers ou
Snicker-DIJ she turn you down aftccoptlng ifi Jeweler vx KHU ..jgrjII'JTllBim, ratlins valne at 417 Emmet street 8.:11.6 see It, don't know the circumstances Invited tu call and sea and ttmtn. The ,\
complete anyonecan
The stock la very
: presents? i\ vxvx and "guy" the town. Aid. Joe.Haughton belts adds
b suited. A pretty
Conductor (Imstlly)-How old la that says that a tack of salt *
cker-.Ye*; she la a practical jrlrl-- t\ t much to any coa&ume-a shoddy bell
York Son.tiad child? Young Mother (Indignantly) sprinkled over the grass will kill It, Mix
the moat ooatlyonaa.
/ \ Palatka Florida. ,tf m rOlttba Do I look old enough to have a child Buy salt Put it on the grass. No will Buky.poll also has .. handsome assort

dyspepsia or indigestion for old enough to pay farat charge. _________ inant of alt the latest l and-a ch.U,.


.!reeled 8"$. cured No me appetite ma terribly,"-J.and, B.Burdook wbat Walker I did Blood BunOhio. eat- ,. 'tf,::.:, !!:,:._._._""' _t:::.c":.!;":,:'....L. "" ...."-oJt"oI"' .!.!:.:.<.t.:..:.:.. 'J, 1'a Grainier Send your finest next stock grocery: la town.order to A, 'Qramerertor the olty Price always groceries.reasonable Best laIn and the pretty;you should window. go display.lip and; look. at sur *

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PALATKA Is Oratory
t ... ..; negroes !guilty great orators have-not been the

Entered at the Palatka crime against 'J I The Women Chums. I I A nand In the Dark. j I most fortunate aspirants for the presi ?
a* mallabU matter of the are lynched; but such dency. Webster, Clay. Douglas follow and / w. A Merryday Go.

01,... mob turning on a Blame were Idolized by their ,

because of It I era not only for their abilities and
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Pibllghed! at Palatk Fla. Original. [Orlsinal.] traits but also for their persuasive Dealer In
Friday byRUSSELL .of crime is unheard Tb. Scandinavian ship Boa Gull wassailing When my father wh had been a personal of speech. Horace

equality Is neither In Kara bay a part of the Arc- very wealthy man died: Insolvent his powers candidate of tbe Democratsand

A preached In the south. tic ocean lying between Rued proper children were like persons thrown Into Greeley Liberal Republicans In 1872. was : Grate Material

w. A. RUSSELL Mltor that when su- and Siberia. About five miles frow deep wster without having learned to not a notable orator but was none the :1::1

races are placed effective talker. He made a
the Russian coast at sunrise In, the swim. less an

can only abide In morning the lookout In the lire top, a Had It not'been for my mother and speaking tour In the latter part of the of all Kinds.

q' THE WORLD'S WAY. the superior race lu woman (women on Scandinavian shipsdo sisters I would have got on well campaign and, although his position _

The winning pitcher stood In must be either and strong and was ad anomalous one, he acquitted
I
; the aame work before the most all enough. was young

box gripping the ball The former sys men), saw on the'port quartet a black perfectly willing to worlu_ But they himself. with credit defeated.even Tllden If be whoIn was Fruit .ndVegetable

r tricky floger. Like a bas passed away speck pa the track of sunlight shimmering must live. Mother was too old to do overwhelmingly his free! soil days made speeches I .

looked over tbe opposing separation Is In on the wares. A black speckon anything for herself and as to my sis obtained his mastery by his pen not I

they advanoed to the plate. recognition and a river usually; means nothing but ters. It was before the admission .to by his tongue. Grant who was called

.Igbt Inning; they bad law a law su- at sea always excites attention Tb. the various fields which are now open the silent man because! he could not

solve the mystery his or statutes jookout soloed a glass and brought It to women. I secured in 'agency for make a speech when be first became a

for eight Innings he had mowed be abrogated by to bear on the object which under tbe the sale of sewing machines. One dayI candidate learned to speak very well Wraps.S

down like grass befora the dishonest political agi magnifying power of the glass was resolved went home and found the family all In 'public, his speech. for Garfield In

In til. ear rang the plaudit cranks In the into a boat with a person In It being turned out of tbe little cottage to 1880 being a good example of his development I
which had been reduced for nonpayment dlrectloo.-BostoD >
we la that :
admirer the fallacy of whose The lookout sent word to the
captain
of rent I had sold that dar
It close and theories Is shown in Globe _ _
was a game an
who gave orders to put the vessel off a a machine for which I had collected Pa atka Florida.

ing one. The last Inning; had at the two Spring- point or two with a view to discover the money. I paid the rant wjth) It. "Balderdash ,

reached. With firm faith In by national disgrace ing If the lone boatman needed assistance. There are cases where tbe penaltyfor An illustration of tbe manners of S

hero the crowd In the itand dishonesty seems very harsh. That critic In bygone days Is furnished by

cheered his every move. As the Sea Gull approached the boat I had appropriated the sewing machine a scathing notice once printed concerning $

The firt batsman who In Sum the figure In It was discovered to be funds soon became known to my a volume of Urownlng's poems. It -. --- --- -- =

tbe plate drove the ball far out mer. that of a woman. She was lifted over employers. I was given twentyfourhours was an early volume. and Browning Notice of Election. ci. Lor.a BIlgy. J *XALmt
nlt.
to make good the deficiency or receive a letter fromJ. -S Pldsol ,. .
field. The was dcllghtedto an4
the pitcher squirmed fue
is to be devoted the ship's side In an exhausted.,condition T
submit to arrest Then was no way notice
to write r
sent another ball speeding who have taken ..a- pale and emaciated, but when 8. Mill proposing Thtf
Intbe world to save myself. Of a Westminster Review.A G. Loper
plate. Bmashl Away It went In some special way they asked her questions she could respond -, naturally sensitive disposition torO of them In tbe WI!-:REA". The LeMI."U"" of lie und BaileyCj
both profitable lOud few days later his expectations were "r tlie, Constitution of ItwB.of tue Btute of
ing to the fence. Two run mind or body. only In tuetRusslan, language behind bars was more lIen I could en- dashed by hearing from Mr. Mill that Florid, did IIIIM three Joint Oonntltutlon twsolutlons Fire Insurance

and the score was tied. of the Crescent City which was unintelligible to the Scan dure. I retwlved on suicide.I be could not write the article, as be of proponing thii mute aninndinrats of Florida: anti to tliti the aitme weresgroeii :

S Tbe people In tbe stand .at uiombers have dinavians. One of the crew was a owned a revolver which I had pur. und been forestalled by a notice which to by a vote of thr e.ItlthU houiie of that all lbsvotes theimmuurs i

. "on Ie... Tbelr cheer died vacations. DeLaud young Russian woman, Katla Jaroff chased in the balC'onaYL\ I bad a bad appeared Iu tbe Westminster Review on .nhl eleuted Joint to Resolutionsw mioh' ; i entered Reading American and Fomip

a favorite place with few cents necessary to buy cartridges. heart their renoucllve .Journal" with yeas
Victory was dipping from Itself With a palpitating upon
who had shipped at a Siberian port a and they did determine,
In The suicides for mill nays thereon Companies
from
news Following a plan visual to club and S
to his the Joint Itosolutloiishe
cra.p.Tb. Browning. rushed nnd direct thnt auld
few before. little
aud Palatka days Knowing a the purpose of lessening as roach as thu Westminster the of the ".n. nt
searched the of "llnll''o .h'cor
side took pages .
opposing Scandinavian she brought forward ., ) Accident
NovuInbt'r.Jsei.
was
possible the shock to those who love Review to Bnd. to his dismay the i the J1".tlun I. Insurance:'
Another batiroan bit safely. oldest member. Mr. si an Interpreter. A. close observer I went registered end ORA\V'-
them to a hotel which bad robbed him of Mr.MUI' : NOW THEREFORE I, H.Ct.A
tbe people In the stand fell .. usual Is spending would have noticed a slight asked for a room. Tbe hour was for article this effect: FOR, Bi'oretury of suite of the "t ofFlorhtimi The.. Travelers of
to '
notice. It was hereby uotlce I that
ID Ohio. I do m vlv. IhrfO1
their idol. Fierce yell rent the Springfield o'clock In the but It was
start on the part of both her and tbe 0 evening, "A volume of poems by Browning
"Take him out "chase him a special message In December and dark a. midnightThe GENERAL ELECTIONwill
as :
Life
Juniors. Though/ woman from the boat when they.first balderdash! Insurance:
S "dub" "lobiter" and other eighty Mi. Hastings saw each other but they sufficiently clerk assigned me to a room. and bo held In ench ": In Florida onruvadsy

salutation were burled at tbe ( hearted, moot restrained themselves so that nothing I was shown to It by; a bell boy. It A WEAKLING In November.next sticcetidmni A. l)., ll"J, ..r laid llrnt Tuesdaybein5 Moiiduy The Old Reliable "German.
who but a few moment before .. was In a wing of the hotel at the end Is the only way to describe the poor the
and Mr. VVm.-Mc- unusual was notIced: Katla questioned of a dimly; lighted haiL My conductor child that Is afflicted with worms. No Life" of New York
the and cries of
won applause Endeavor- the stranger and reported that she found the door unlocked and opened It. I matter how much or how often It eats THIRD DAY \ NOVEIBERto.

proval tbe hundred who had. spent a good "over- claimed to have been aboard a Russian entered and shut the door behind me.I tbe worms get all the nourishment from .the rutlncntlon or rejoutlon. of the said

mired hIs faultless work. : CJrove Hall Crescent vessel and Incurring the displeasure of was In absolute darkness which was the food the child gets practically: none. Joint KHHolutloiiH proponing: StubS nmoniltuitiilitotlmtloiisUtutlonorthe of Florida: Marine Insurance:

A* he went skulklug from aud Mrs. Win C. Nor the captain had been marooned. She what I preferred-that Is, If a man White's Cream Vermifuge avid nets with rid ol vl'.l _____ S
no
ground his haughty smile asked where the Sea Gull bound about to die.has any preferences. the 'worms quickly easily The
was
bed after effects. Price 2Go a bottle JOINT KKHOLUTION nilHmendnwnt Leadirag
peered, his shoulders sank in. secretary of and when told that she would first stop My knee rubbed against a chair. I For sale by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Lo. A toBeeUon ,propo.I"1) .' .. I, Gompania
society, is taking her took bold of It and sat down with my Five 10) of of Klorltlitrelutlnil
S l.. his his side ----- t. lol..Uutl.
**ly arm. hung by lu Georgia. Many at a Norwegian port asked to be transported to i A Claims
face to Its back and dropped my head J"lcl.l.al..le. 1 Promptly
the Ore of victory faded from .. town and church
there. Since she had no money I
on my hands. My mind of course was A Friend In Ne.d. Be il KatlveJ .8j' Ik' Ltgulalurt / lAs Settled.Offlw.
The sullen of now but the woik
despair .
eye she to work her
was required passage misfortunes. lied I not been "
on said
my "Loan me s dollar old man, State of Florida: I
S gleamed luridly beneath his before the mast from temporary Insanity ,
suffering a partial
"I'm
Norton, nuperlutend- I the actor. hungry. Article Five B of Front Rfc PAUTiu.luy
brow of That Section Nine ((9)) ( ) I"
Junior socie Naturally the two Russian women I might have seta the folly "I'm broke myself" responded the th"Constitution of the Mtutevf Ilo'ld.b

S And bow the people Jeer..d City. is spending/ became companions._ The woman who my course. It would have been better stage manager, "but I'll put you on In ami the snnia I. hereby ..men... .

same people mind you who aged father K..v. had been marooned Sonla Sarder- for me to disappear. Then I might the bill tonight We have an eating .o.ula. follows vU.l i C IrLIIr1 tL1 le eee:;;:JJ7J

oheered his name so lustily; a at his summer-time bog was large and soon regained her still be of use to my; mother and sis ,' .ceD@" ,,'tln.. Nino (is). The milnrlcs of Justices

minutes before.Struggllngoverthe. burg-on-the-Hud-ud- strength, which was considerable.Katla. ters. This did not occur to me. My; "Man. I'll starve before night""In of .Muintiiiie Court.,"""'".'.ul.01 Record Judgvs.b..1 miUJutluusoi Let us know your I

; this season cele- on the contrary was delicate,' mind had become saturated with one that case I'll call a rebeal'llal.St. ."- b llxud by C.I.llllll'. 1"\101"...... I
head of hi
anniversary of .
bars.I 11ilj.
and she seemed to have been pulled subject-arrest handcuffs prison Louis Republic.
and he U That tbo foregoing o.ondmont of Section
low Is Been the strong figure in ministry Both am a believer In the power( of purely Ntnu html of Article to Uoimlltutlou -
down by some, past hardship.
world of business-In the service, preaching at temporary physical conditions to force of r lorldu Is hereby agreed to, und the | Grocer I
.ime In summer and women were Intellectual looking and Music. same sloth bt .ub..lt. to time doctors of
domain of dollars. A* he one Into crime. and such condition I the Utiilu for or rejection at the
Springs lu the winter their station was evidently far above All music Is more or less dramatic, u I

men speak well of him; they :JNortou! is to be com that of the balance of the crew. Sonia suffered from.Presently and so the march of music Is toward hereafter next $general, us required election" yOctJ.one I
what a wizard finance be i I.. having such a father. from the time she was able to stand I straightened, put my; the theater. The times of mere enjoyment Article Huvenluun (Ii 00. a

well with pride when be Peacock the leader of watch offered to do duty also for Katla. baud to a hip pocket and took out my I of tone combinations are past u

them on the street at : in Winter This she Insisted upon and most of the revolver. There was n. necessity for Herr Niklsch. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an umolldnient u u we will be pleased kll
k Mission Superin a light I could do what I Intended to Article Twelve of tIme Lonslltutlou -
other public gathering He I I. l six weeks In a time did double work relieving Katla. through the sense. of touch. Indeed, I of the ..t of 'lold. ....1.Llv. to u furnish you nin the bll
'cued to as though he were an Dude She is The first mate a Swede named Scan- suicides have There. Is nothing more frightful than education to 0 ns .'' i1-
at City. -did not care, as some the obtain.tblt
teen ol said providing tor u goods
derson became enamored of Katla and A.tlel. L eurpniu .
and wlidom spoke through him.sov'u''C'"o' Endeavor work: to done to shoot myself standing beforea ignorance In action.-Goethe. :levy of a spuulul I tax Ion the alipuort andmaintenance ,
just organized in made love to her. Katla repelled him, of tIle University of lime ingly low prices
financial tnlrror. I dreaded to see the nor-
But one day the SimiLe of the Klorliiu Femnmmieloilm'jo
ha chill the financier church there. but be persisted. Sonia took the girl rlblo expression that was on my face.I For people who are run-down and nervous '10..01"1 fur time humid H: Nonq but First-class gocJin I
a great member-. Miss Emma under her protection which led to hard who.UITrtrom' Indigestion dyspepsia, head- Deaf und bomb,and the Colored NormalHchool
fallen with his house of card*. Klssiminee Christian words between the mate and Sonia and slowly raised the revolver my finger acne, bllllousness. or torpid liver, coaled find shelf room liore. Wt I
on the trigger Intending to place the tongue with bitter taste In the morning and]
while he II.. groaning lu the ls spending sev during the altercation Sonia told him muzzle against'my temple. Just as I |ior .appetite. becomes! necessary to turn to Dt il Raelvtd By tlti Lt hlaturt of luSlalt want to conviuct /ouof thii,
S defeat the same men who were Hampton, North Cen that If be did not cease annoying her corns tonlo or atrenglhtmer which will asslhl ; I
felt the cold steel a band grasped my Nature.nd hell theft' to get on their feel and of FtortJa: so come and see tor yourself,
est In their praise of him We hope she can help friend and countrywoman she would put the body Into It. proper condition II !I.
there. compel him to do so. This Interestedthe wrist becoming, I mora and more apparent that Nature Tlutt thu following amendment to Article u or, phone your rder iu t i
leader. In the howling mob could have ; .
Doubtless nothing occurred a moat valuable I hearth-giving agents are T""lv.of time t'onslltutlou oC the BtaM of
rends and tears at his fallen Endeavorers of crew who ridiculed Scanderson. better calculated. to bring me to be found I In forest plants and 'root. Ju.hl. .bu known Aa "clio. Ifl of said a No. 81 and it will receive||
church are ardously lie paid no attention to Sonla's threat, Nearly forty years ago Or. R.V. Pierce, now Article, and tue .u"el. agreed to
Eager hands are always time In July and to my senses. The spell In which my consulting physician lathe Invalids* Hotel andSurgical amid shall bu .ubmlto'the electors of tim. u prompt and can'tui! alien-J|
but persisted In annoying Katla. Institute at IllitTalo I N. Y discovered State ut the. of lU'ure*
ed to grasp tbe hand of the ... Church SunUaj One day while he was so doing h.. mind had been caught was suddenly, Ibat by HClimtlllcally extracting' .nd combining "nl.Ive..1. l"n..al..l"olo"1... lice, for e tion. j I
whether : rl Uan Endeavor con broken. Surprise was the first sensation certain medlolnal prtnolplua from natlv. roots, roliealun rejection.Hectlon .
victor, on the play In many sections of was felled to the deck by a blow from curiosity the second. Neither had taken from our American forests, ha could Free delivery j
in the marts of trade. The *. D. D. Sonla. When the mate got up severalof produce a medicine which was ranrveloiiHly M, A special. tax of one mill on
J. W. Dukea.
anything to do with toe monomania efficient I In .u.lnll.u.... of blood disorder and the Hollar of ull taxublu property lu the
bauds are a* eager to hurl. Is at- the sailors were laughing at him. that had possessed mo. I had suddenly liver and stomach trouble as ..ell.. msu> mtate.imaii bti levied annually' fur the support f
other chronic, or llniMrlng ailments. 'Ihlt.concentrated und maintenance of the University of
thruwtvellu when defeat of those conference He attempted to bring the open palmof L. C. StephensjGrocer
been transferred Into a freethinking extract. of Natur. vitality hi time Btutu of *'Iu.lda. thu henmitieUuilege I
utke. their idol. ../( { his young bill hand against Soul,'. ear; but, : man. I notice< first that the named "Golden Medical JMseovery." It' port the 1..U'ut for .Iloo'hl.Jl.d. I.I
, Endeavor League leaving his own face unguarded, he received flea the blood by putting tna stomach and: liver und Uumb n.d ri
The cheers of the multitude band about my wrist was small and Into healthy I condition thereby liuliilug' thedigestion Hutch shill paid lu to the State Treasurernnd '
S those who win all the for a knock under the jaw which soft It must be a woman's. But and assimilation:: of food which rueds set a".r. by him.tbucreult of the StatelOommrd j I
; way- L. Krook, of Pomona raised him off his feet and landed him the' blood. Thereby Itcures weak' stomach. I In.digestion ol di, u and U
man whose entire life spell time lit New Hamp- I what was a woman doing in that room torpid 11er or blllluutineas,and Kindred disposed of \:0:1nr::Institutions Kirby and Morris Streets, j
.. : She writes, on the deck again.A and how did she know that I bad doraugemontfl, ... ... .. ." and g I
Down below In the semi-dark the -
S times I am hnvlna fight between a man and a woman raised a pistol to my bead She might said maintaining,of the Lows oI.D; !\ :: : I
may struggle just as bard for old granite hills. It brought the crew together to see. The have heard me come In and sit down 6.n.I\ t.'vn.j Pal tka, Florida j jSanaaaaacKccrrrr

S toll earnestly, unceasingly, and such a treat nf- mate arose and let drive at 8
all tie long year and just miss ." was now In earnest, and the fight was noiseless motion. Not for a moment Tbe battle for n free press in the JOINT RESOLUTiON to Section Thirty-live proposing I ;an of amendment Article- rcr.EREO'i'1

mark. They may never reap Endeavorera are more' even Sonla was at a disadvantage did I fancy; that tome one from full modern sense was fought out be- Hveof thu Uonstltutlon of Florida re- .. .
Beach pleasant aa from her sklrtswbut she had The tween fill and 1771. beginning with listing to establishments ol Courts.
a
puiat!: of their fellowmen ; but, the dead had come to saveme. Restart
their very obscurity may be place. to tuke short the luck to knock her .enemy againstthe band was warm, huniau, and I felt the prosecution of WUkes for attackIng Bl il KttoheJ By tlu Leg life. Bute In the North Briton and
endIng
city capstan which stiffened him. and human currents passing from Its Stale of Florida: -
to shield them from the
armor Is our Endea he was carried below uncousciouLThat owner to me. What has required a with the successful resistance to Furnished Kuoouii, I
oued shafts of envy and the topic for August ended the mate's attentions to whole paragraph to tell flashed the proclamation by which tbe commons : That the following: amendment to Ruction I

of evils that grow-rank: in tbe &. a few choice' thoughts Katie and from the time of the fight through me In an Instant. bad forbidden the publication of Thlity-llyvof r'Iurld.Article la hereby Five ngreutl ol, tile I to tJonmtilutiomiol and shall- Hot and Cold BathiCharles

breast. "" Daily Com- their debates. Six printers who had bu proposed und of
.
by Amos R. Well. tbe two women were Inseparable.But "Who are yon? I asked. time mate for .ubll.I.'llot.el..clr .
how to play to the Sonla bad nothing to do with "One whom God has -doubtless sent Infringed tbe proclamation were summoned nuxtgniiural election .., 'I.cluo, tm'.la |
Kupperlmsi
Bishop Morrison, of the ? I shall I return from any of the women of the crew except to save you from a crime," came thereply to the bar of the house. Five sliull suysuiaui bu amended>ctloiiThlity.lvetif so us to rend I us fullowsiBvctlon t : !,

Episcopal church south has for my Chris : Katla. She would not occupy a bunk la a low musical voiCe obeyed and the messenger. of the

S a home at Leesburg.Fort Shall I do. honor to : with the women_ sleeping when she -I will strike a light""Please house was sent to arrest the sixth. shall M. No be Courts estubllshed othor In than this hnralnspuclllud PaUlkn Flu.
suite,
place where I spend did sleep at night on deck. She was a don't. I am under the care The lord mayor sent the messenger to except that the Legislature may provldtl for -

RACK TOWNSEXD. puzzle to the men, and her devotionto of an oculist He has placed me In prison. Tbe house of commons sent the creation mind establishment ol suds nd. IlospItlIS1
... Private
Myers people are us front time Daytona
the lord to the Tower dIUuI.lludlcl.1 clruU. may
Aug. 15, 1108. Katla excited a good deal of curios darkness preparatory to an operation. mayor but he U..I"cumu .c."ry. Sill for the nppolntmeiit --
S the fact that there hasn't been was released at the next prorogation by the Uovuruor and
of her ,
ity. Tbe captain hearing qual'rei
I have been here all day without a ray tion co.n.n. Sanitarium.
rest made. In Lee county since him and the day; on which be left tbe Tower by .1. .U"I. of ,
..
with the reprimanded ,
mate
addition J judges I tu ,
of light entering my eyes, for. In >>' a **i .i ,nopei 1"1'
voted won't lie. marked the end of the last general litnu.it.i<... ., ,:r..e": I Every facility for tb' ,
let, when tbe county was and gave orders that the two Russian to the room being darkened my attempt to ( shimiil be the I, and care ol muodiumil l anil .ur lcl"
to believe that but It treated silence the press.-New York Ameri iloroimi provided for time circuit .. b..ln : sti.ili"JWORM
womeu should thereafter be eyes have been baneUged. Hearing imirem.mly provimiod for aummi may any : KI.. trlool ppll nc lit IU'' .1leoold
i4pmiaiii
saw you In batblng. consideration. He even can. itmtiirommoi Cminmiaalom: with .ltt I surr0000iogs. 't Xe
with I
Iris D. Saukey. author of every some one enter I lifted< the bandage. I.all ntIittmrs comtnwled with sit patiemts, Teruis on
Hymn: and 2Sytar: ago relieved Katla of her part of the duties Having been so long In. perfect darkness their 011'.. AV.1V"V'o" P1mm.snhi: I"WI
;
S the singing evsngeilstwho of a seaman. my sight Is very; itrong. I have 20,000 TELEGRAPH I I.IO" "
R. l Version. the Sea Gull rounded the
Finally -
from tbe first
seen you, though dimly, The votes cnnt In
in his compliance with ix'rI'S
nied DwightL.Moody OPERATORS
Inadvertently a of Norway and, NEEDED. Old '
; upon northern extremity and can see you now. Hadn't I better .pi">.l.f.1"' n..nd.Ho..nnd tlm canvass, -
4J of this country and Europe Is and scorched the seat sailing down Into tbe Atlantic ocean, for one to take away?" f Iir. ? fi""U ..tu.n..b..t. ahnll be sub I
ring some you ., .
his home In Brooklyn N. .. When the anchor Men tH.I..O ,..regulation and restrlutlona Vermifu
at put Into Bergen. Young Prepare Your- Cream
4 "No; I will go alone. There Is no fear \ "h":prov'1'1'' "/'law for H0"0'"!ulucINTESTIMONVWHBRK.-
aged 68. For the past five year back now" be mut bod: been dropped In Swedish waters that I will act as I Intended. You have selves for GoodPositions. ill $hate of Florimla. .

Sankey baa been totally blind. i.songs as be hastily dismount tbe women went to the cabin of the relieved the mental strain under whichI : .

have had a tremendous my britches, be- captain and made a confession. They suffered." OF, I liuvo ho.euo.o. my. THE GUANT
.
hand
S both escaped prisoners from tbe On account. of the new 8-hour nnd! .m".1 ..,
Inw
were
lation over the entire I gave her a brief account of the fC.f.71 HI-HI of the State of Flnrlilu
r : expression DOS been Russian political prison at Kara. that bad led to Intended passed by: congress In the Interest of ts.At.} at.r.lnbll. the(
my 'UI'.I/
and be received a causes up /
world. by; later writers. Katla had been convicted of teachingthe telegraphers mid nUoon account of : 'b
suicide. She exacted a promise from JUIYA. U.1KX. L
come from tbelr publication. Russian peasants. Sonla was a .o many new railroads being Aullt & ;
to to her father and tell him the H.CLAY
Michael Yioeto who had got me go and old line extended an unusual CRAWFORD, -
man story Including my adventure with demand for operator hoi been creat Heoretary of Btata. REMEJ1!
Springfield, 111., the former Supreme Test. himself sent to Kara for the express her giving me a ring as a token. I ed. Conservative. estimates have .

', and burial place of Abrabam right." said the doctor purpose of freeing Katla. which be left her and kept my promise. I was placed the number of addltlonxl Operator ,

the great emancipator, has Just gone through with the bad planned to do by bribery. Katla's given a check to pay my Indebtedness, that will be required during, U THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TNI
and listening had been made at tbe time arranged the next ten month at
escape approximate. 0'
"
erged from tbe horrors of n race with anotherfor temporary require nsacit or "'"' .tf
"Not a trace of but Vlostoff had been delayed. Iy ?2O.XM( > """" r
of out I discovered at For the TH s MNUIMI '
On
for Its display ments. going BestWOOD
which Fifteen dollars please! They had arranged to get away from YOUNG MEN. NOW IS YOUR Llnlme"11(
hatred the the office that I bad been taken to the Ol'1'ORTUSlTY:
J
Balard-SnoW
negro Enroll
venomous drew a long breath and Siberia by shipping on a foreign vessel In our "-
part of the white, outclasses sure now I bare no which Katla bad accomplished.VlostolT wrong room. School NOW and In.only four to six I'S iiI
the who bad saved months wtwill have
When I saw lady recommit"1 J.
outbreak of tbe kind to occur In If I bad should baY. bad been obliged! to put out InKara you qualified told and
for
me I saw an attractive girl of twenty.We iplondld position. Telegraph SteWNotice
country since the race riot of when you mentioned bay In a boat and fortune do- became close frlenls. Indeed she Operator receive from 50.00 upward Ackerman & :|

t' years ao at Bprlngfleld Ohio a ; creed that be should be picked np by and all her family; were extremely kind *. Our school has been i-stat-, In the city,

which for year had led in the the vessel on which Katla bad shipped. to mother and sisters. Her father IIsh..d twenty. yewr; II. equipment
Alp The captain furnished Vlostoff with my U pelted ; Instruction thorough cut length Chi" I
d In Traveling. and any ,
hereby 51V0aI
white Is
( Its I
ber and Influence gave me a desk in his counting: room I < ..i
practical positions
and the pair ; ,
great achievement for a a cult of men's clothes positively uuaranirfd lion Books will be ortiltI
ers of the doctrine of social I at the rate of Hno.I were married before leaving tbe ship. and I am now on a fair way to prosperity. our (rraduate Board In Xew.nan .. send your order to In Putnam .t 5 oUIL mimmyStonmimsy ")I :.L
white HORACE H. GAYLORD. I U I Moomimly' In AugUSt '
had aasanlteda very cheap; the town
A negro I hour. but vrbnt la tb* ADELAIDE HILL. !I. W. Friday 'flilU "I
of the healthful and the people are cordial. W. Balnbridge's.New to 15'm\1 .r'
inspected ukalt it.
; man; a man along at that rat. ;
Two Main Line Railroad\ Wires run I m. a'u.. tIll ibmI"
wa arrested lodged In Jail see tbe telegraph' "If and -"but" are tiny; words but tiers of OBIO,Ore or TOLEDO, i M Into our Hchool room. No other Wood Yard I U"br.UI'I iiiItI.5upervi.Or .r\J I"1%

later when the mob formed whiz: past Tb they can change the color of the sky; LUCAS cotmTi. t school In the United States ha* such I .o."o.u

secretly moved to a place of Is la passing thing and make the world seem a wildernasa Frank. Cheney. makes osln. that ha Is seniorpartnsrof up-to-date and practical facilities for at Stanton's h5l'fBEST
the Arm of r". J.Chancy ft Co., doingbuainaa the benefit of It. thst. '
Boston students.
Write
slower.- .
; But tbe mob enraged at being or go : In ih. city of Tol...lc.,County mat BMUafoi once for free descriptive literature.ut Moat people s.y the oJr I
cumvented started In to burn . -
ol OMB UUNDHED POLLaKS tot aaull and th lr wora for itT"E
home of Innocent negroes, and DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM.Tbl. svery caaa of Catarrh that nuotba oar.*l byB.II Southern School of Telegraph; Phone
scatserhOure. BANK J. OHKKKT.Sworn 40.
Beveral victim of the mob were .* FIKHDS nolps ,Is highly rocommonwl by. one to beftiT m. anis aiibaarlbad. lo my 7.2-1801 Newnan Oa.
and harmless urgroe; soothing aynps and of our correspontlxntsi, try li for desert to- ,1'...._ tall alit day oll>Mem..l.A 1>. uoM. ,. Mi MiDraughting

decrepit white members of tbat contain opium and morrow.r.i ovs; IA... bannnns, run smooth wltb ((8*"') ;foarf; "fS&k.Ball's Coostlpstloo cause headache I GEO.A.MAIHDS
at least two '. Baby EUalr: con- flee WiMpoouriiN or suunr. Add one KaoupIWMX Caurrta Par I. t..ls>n intamally and dUalnea ,name, ,
mob are dead. I* took two or narcotlo drug of onmns nmt..n tea stlfT froth, Ib"a add _. dtrooUy on the blood and mucous surfaces languor heart palpitation. Sacks Wanted.
: one IIM paekftg or Lemon JKI.LOdlnsolvwln ol abe ayatam.nJ for MaUmoDials. fra. Drastlo phjl. gripe, sicken weaken
.s' restore any semblance of order and safe cure for dia.I m teacup.holllnic water Pour Into mold the bowel and don't W. purchase MacblO5
F.J. OHESElf CO. Toledo, O cure Dnan' corn oat I.tld! eot.PALATKA "
lle l ehorrl Beg. -
bowel mnd fretful- nut when cold K".nlwh with ei n< < EtOpaatk8
this was only accomplished 1 I *. Infants. For .... mirY with whlpuwt en m. of any. sold by.PronrUts, Prtoe ''''. ulets aet gently and cure constipation tou ..ed hul and potato sacks i In Map Drawilj,

show of superior and :I I for.Btewsrt teething Drug Co. rood 3roc pudding rs at loo sauce.per package.ELL-O. I* sold tar all Take Ball's famllv. rills for..oit.iipailuD.S 25 oeota. Ak: sour druggist. 100< Ice FACTORY. e.

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Postal Cr..oonl n "Inuer iteport.H I Charles W. Hutchinson spent a TIME CARD No. 75.:, IN EFFECT APRIL 14. 1908 '.
Oily Worry }
Inll AUlu'1 tem..oratuN to. the .oak end.Mm. few days with his parents, Mr. and 9J
Cards Ulb, IUOV. No. No.29 MAIN 4 No. 78 No. 9& '
Pictur Mrs. LINE -
Ifar. Henry Hutohlnson, last week -'Dally Daily Daily Daily

AII.Ut'.ol': ?a. ": p. m. Up.In. 114 for. ror on his way to New York from Cuba If ; 1itiic1(2cfliii(:l '-1;::' ,.....,.. ,.Juook.n'Iim..,..,.,.....,Am-1ilLjli"' i 'FiIt.ii

Crescent City .. aund.;rday'..,.,..... .Ml;,..1 Ha 71 tui tie UIJfI B wbere he has a responsible position you are sick, don't worry, but begin at once 1 sot 82 pmn pm: i ::: eni sin: Lv::.:::::.,,,.::tI'r.; '\ \; : :: : :::pun pin 1: am sos

10. Mondlty...., 70 81 7n a7 V4 with the United Fruit Co He left I to make. yourself well. To do this we but repeat gIII V 12 pm i 2. I mii Iv,...._".....,..')rmmjl..I., 5 21 pm 4 45 sos "-, '

the and latest Florida Comi Viowsmnd! Cards.all g I.: Thurndaj.'l'IIIjIiy.Wednoitlny: ...:.:. 7H 79S'* :'"". 70 7M4' $7 90" 71 7:1 72: 'on he Sunday eiffeots for to Ashevlllo, N. *.,where the words of thousands of other, sufferers from I m pm pm pm: n I me:lila i.ii,,::: I.e.Lv.Lv..n.'lnn..r.v: :::::.,.::::'::,N..:;L'Iumm'ilto.::; :',nvrna.I.v.: .:;:::::::.i.v: 5 h OT mc? pnm pm v.a: I m SO am sun am: '

See'them at LOUNDS. II Friday, .,.., 1tO",7.. 01 08 J4 7J continuing! spend his journey a day or to two New before i womanly ills, when we say: I:(04 JO itt am : i:lou pum t ::::::.:::':,s.:i.(.;:;'k :;.'ii;;=.:::::::::::::t 12 12:: pm pin 1:: sos 5i

R. D. WILtlAMS. Observer. 12 8Y ama d (,o mimi lv..K." OuIjm..,,..........,..L. 11M am 11' ama

Soda Fountain .-.- -. ---- --,- --. York, the headquarters of his com 124C 2 60 ama sum 'I 650 to :Imu ion:: Lf.l'I.m.t._...I::.:.::.Yl'Ib'imrmms' ,' :::,::.::.:::.Lv ii 9:: aa sot 1m ==
Qur ."" ""' pany. o oe an g.. pI" Ar..........W,... !'ahn 1I."b.Lv 711 am a'". put
e as aoa 1040 pm I... .........1'C 1..1.,01.1..1.. U Ill 7 II
ia headquarters for all the All old friends of Mr. Ed. New 78& .m Ii aul' pun Ar....................'im pout..i.e' 0 00 am sa a 110 pus
i .. Personal and Social soul, here and within (len ass .7 iii sin Iv..........,........ AlI.ml ............,....Ar ..Ie pm put pm '
popular ice cold drinks". I" i reach of this fit 00 am '106IJ uo Ar. .Un".aol
TAKE CAR ............ ... ... 'UO pun laOll pus
."" paper, will be saddened 'to learn ota D I tPm Ar..Itnighe.ICey-mmoric.j.y_ !: ...: .......: _-"'-=.. ,,
Cigars and Smokers Articles "" ,,, -
,,. serious accident which befell that 'Daily- except Sunday (tOmmuduysnd'Eburdey.only. ITmosdaysaumd. Saturday.odp.
Perfumes, Soaps, Capt. John D. Pigue wa a visitor -'p -' -
and other Toilet Articles. to Palatka last Monday. gentleman last week and which bas _..*LATIEAaRAcn, _

probably totally disabled him for"fu.ture L-l::: LAST PALATKA Arrive L.av. PALATICA TO Al::: -
Everything the beat. Phillips and Master Henry Cash work. Mr. Newsom lives In a J2 p..ka, TO PALATKA ,, Pal.tka' Palisk I EAST PALATICAa I.- i

have returned from a pleasant outhi" small house on the east side of lake It Will Help You ao am ...,No. 48 .... .... ;; ,,; -
JlaU1 / 0 M a''" .......,....No. 47 D.tI'..,..._.... e 1& am" '
Lounds Co. at Daytona Beach.Dr. Crescenfc opposite the town -.o..u ....No. 4V 1.11111............ ,, S OO.on 48 laity.,._._. SE'' aID

Drug and Mrs. Henson and the chil whersr-he has been cultivating, and a For:! 50 years this wonderful female has It 4 05 itt 50 sin ama _:::::::::::..j4o:No: N 52) DaIly Itoh1:: ::::::::::::...i'7: : i III I Ii) am pin :::::::: : : g L'slIy.:: ,:::::::::: It :pam.sin 't

Crescent City. dren expect to leave next week for a small orange grove. He lives alone been benefiting sick, Mrs. rdmedy;; SInpre: pin:,,, ::: :::: ,:,No leo: tI R::: ::::::::::::. I:: 4 700 10 I mm i'i'i:: .No: ::: :; : :; T'sIIy..S::: :: : :. ;gC:::

short visit to their old home In St. While cooking his breakfast one women. Jennie Merrick, .Lil.C; ... No.5" 1)iI7.....,......,. '! "- 800! "m"u 09 "'- ._

Clair, Mich.M. morning last week he was taken ill of Cambridge City, Ind., says: "I suffered greatly _..IAN "1A1 0 iii'AN4IL. _

...... H. White Is spend!UK the week' and fell on the hot stove. He was I with female trouble, and the doctors did no good. Leave EAST TO PALAICA :: Lcav. SAN MATICO TO AIC '

at Daytona rendered unconscious by the fall andIt They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it Pal..k. SAN MATICO Ift .'".l' MR'oo EAST PALATKA Pal..ka

""WoI "Ii v B aoh at which place is not known SIlO am ............No. 48 DIIII ...,...:..:, roO 811; \iro am- 110 Van'............ .2 ala
M H READ Mr.. White and the family. have how long he remained I made me feellilie a new woman. I am still using .,:,, M ll.li! ... ...........! :!!, .! I'''' M ...lIy.:........,11II pnl

,, been sojourning for some time. but when In contact consciousness with the stove, J this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." iin..No.>> :Io.10 :No.n"n'MftYr'ORT : I .ll'o.a2 'fiii

Mrs. J. P. Bhoads and returned his Thilly nRA'CH' .No I Daiiy Daily

REAL ESTATE. and the four young daughters son, Frank of B., arm was badly burned above the elbow AT ALL DRUG STORES ;; -pin; iv.-k: ,: : ;'",; l-;;:::::::;. I- 1tapm elopes
and also' his neck S'O 2411 10 24 .
and oar. It I'on 1" ni'm l.vI'lblo iu.ns'u .1. 620 pm
Crescent CIty: Fla. -, O. Burton, left on Monday for the ... 6 eo p.o 24B I"n ii)25 ion IV.A"o"U"h" Iv I IU80.... 010 pm
... % I Hummer: Haven beach where was some time before the stricken ThU-J_______ ,,7lOpmIsoojpj iO43lsiAr.bI1m-i, '" Iv I I /11120 ama" Ooop", ..
they =-=-=
man could summon help his only No. S No. i -
No.4 No.
Tbe Howp property-"Ores- will occupy cottage for a month's neighbors; being Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Daiiy Vaiiy Or.a..ell)'Draucb ):,I'f, ium 1, tall: : 5.nfuu'4 Br..h. "t.'IIO. :
outing. &X Hun Si.8'''''. .', I" tt.. (lx. "un, es. sun, ..*..8u.
cunt Hlll"-Ill now on .the > LAKECOMO. '
m rf
Mlzell. Ills wounds were tempo Brfgnoll. the famous tenor was 240pm e oeam Ly,Net, I$,;myrna Ar. I i I'm m" PO'lI-;;mm 'oalA LvTlluovlll.AP,12I1Opm '
ket. 0; L. Jhainberllu and little daughter ; -- rarily dressed and he to 82B pam 10flOam rv. J..ko U.I"ulv, "i151' 1"0 4 H' pn, Dec sin Ar. Sanford Lv. 8S0 am '
Particular attention : Alice went to was brought 'VrL.Ollble spent several days In very susceptible to flattery and It Is 88a pm 10llOaon, i.v.Ou.mi. tity; I.v ,1u'am u",", 4 10 liui ....,.., ... ........ ................, ..........
given to Daytona Beach town where Dr. Sprague relieved him Jacksonville, recently. said that once In New York when the 84001; t1 00.'n r. raL.2iyJei2mitulL, !!!! !! L,J'!. _...... .....,"u'- '.

Crescent City property listed <*i last Friday returning next day with all that It was possible. Mr. New Mrs. D. E. Dusenberry, Miss\ Lib. orchestra vigorously applauded one of Onn..on"nn.IK at tti.. t'i'. 't 'y .0 ..,., tr 'C',. W.... eel flsvsn.Fh ...

with me. Miss Babcockand Miss Charlotte soul who Is the oldest son'of the late ble Height, Mrs. W. L. Gable and his favorite songs ha was 10 touched ..T> .... TIMKIT :j."ft'.KIf .; '::';;;-i; ..::;t..hl..h. .....,s mKI' b..x......... me ..- 1
Chamberlin, who have son, Willie, spent several In .and depart from the .n...1 stI. ". : b'fl 111,1., arrIvn' ulW ,I.,1sruI''. .011..lIu..
beau Dr. it.
spend( 'L. NewsOTh days that ho came down to tbe footlights .
"'e ee "'e a pioneer citizenof 'iiltitka. ...d II.u.or".d| nor I I.<.. iU.I.o..,,intj liutd luau re.|.vn.lbl. for any delay
ing several weeks there. the county and h. former repre. and Incited them all\ to a champagne or any mnn n |n nncq H r 1 1>I rtty t It r r,.','.i in. fl

Rev. Mr. Butler the sentative In the legislature has Claude Monjar met with a very supper at the Everett lIo le. The Vor Copy nl tlm T.n. :I:J :: : new pastor of """I.a.) "
.. ;pox.cor, painfuL accident while moving a upper cost him $500. <11".1.1'1' : ;
the Presbyterian church been afflicted since In life J.D. R.A"NER..A18Istant. aen'rJiM lV AOOuATINE
expects to early but large palmetto, it fell on his knee, Brlgnoll was very, careful of his I'.e. Agl.t FLORIDA ,
arrive here to begin his tlutlea up to the present no harm has .' .
Dentist., nhnur. ever crushing! It severely. He has been voice and was terribly afraid of drafts. -- t
the middle of September.. His resulted from these falling spells. confined to bed for over a week Dr. .
----- pastorate !! It was once stated tuac during toe
-fenae of Crescent City operated ont Figures! shown above for the Mayport Branch and Orange
'omoo at Hesldonee on l'1'OapeoIStroot. Is only to extend through the It Is feared however, that his present winter It always took him threequarters -
recently, and he Is
Tesoent City. FloridaSt. winter months, It Is understood. Injuries are such as will permanently comfortably, resting more of an hour to get from his room City Branch trains are not correct. Passengers should secure i

Uothity Clerk elect Henry Hutch. disable him. He Is a bache Little. Oradell Knyboii met with to tile street. First be would on schedule information for these trains from an F.; E. C. Agt.

Johns' River by Dayll8ht. liison U at home and convalescing lor. At present he l III bolng cared, for all aceldent recently. Her nurse leaving hla room pace the hall for ten .

from by Dr. Sprague. Mr. Newsom line a upset l nby earrings containing () minutes to get acclimated. Be then -- -- --- -- -- -
a serious attack of fever with ra. --- --- ---- ----- -
lIe Beach & Miller Line which he was attacked while brother living In Cuba, and sistersin dell oil the high veranda; while not descended to the lobby, where the temperature -
out In
little lower and
Jacksonville and Marlannn. seriously Injured, the shock was Severn was a spent i
the state on a business trip. He was to the little one twenty minutes there. He then ventured

Steamer CIU SCJ NT. quite 111 for two weeks, but la now Rev. H. N. Cate preached to largo Mrs. L. Comfort, and III,'.,,,. Miss\ to the vestibule, from which the

-- rapidly recovering. congregations at the Baptist church illldred\ (Ctirnnn who have been the door opened Into the street. lIe would AIIanticCoasILineRR.

Ueorge Hutchlnsou of DeLand last Sunday, both at the morning !guests of.rrR.: K. H Blood. l left parade tim vestibule for fifteen minutes
heave Jt )k.nonvUl cm Tuesday,Tburoda3'IlII
}>'rldl.Y'tor different the door to
points In (Ueor occasionally opening
Saturday, at '::30 a. m. for Green Cqve, span t a few days here lait week on a and evening hour. At the close of Kin be/ore
returning to their home let In a little cold air. Being now accustomed ,
nintha, Crwoent City-) and principal. Vfuy visit to the family of his brother, tho evening service a meeting of at Richmond Vit. They nmdo moLly to a'cool temperaturo. be .

,atidIns Henry HatchInson. He formerly' numbers of the church was hold for friends. while here, being very would button up his coat 'and sally Everywhere

Rulurnlnl(,la"v,"O".entolty on WedneiH resided here, but it was more than a the purpose of uniting on a plan' for charming ladies. .forth. Goes ; f
,Fridayi and Monday at 0:*> a.
m. dozen years since he had been backto calling a pastor. The church is a The Como friends of C. O. Platt olatsuwn. :

I JttokaonTlllo wharf footot Laura Street.elapbone ; the scenes of his earlier life. unit in favor of Mr. Cate"'and that' and Mr. and Mrs. Joe A Faot FUoord.At .
| OAI 'ticker of Pomona extend to them, .convention held In Illinois
a political
I Ptiatka wanrf foot nf.'Utmon" ..-*. With him was his little daughter, gentleman nan.signified hlswllling- their sincerest sympathy III tho
., .. Gertrude, who will remain for a longer Hess to accept the responsibility death I of wife and daughter. Mrs. the Importance of nominating a North South East and West.
-- --- popular man for a certain close district
the Platt
visit. provided church can meet his was formerly Miss Ruby ,
:E. T. CLARK Trafllc, Manager, modest requirements., It was decided 'uoker of Pomona, and was well was thoroughly recognized. A speaker
Will Carrier, Audley Eaton Webb known and beloved by her Como hnd just renominated a personal friend Consult "
to unite the the "Purple Folder.
JncksonvllleJla. Chamberlln and Tom Russell expect churches here and friends. Mrs. Platt was' only seven for the position and In an elaborate

to leave this week on a> two weeks at Seville under on* pastorate, and a teen years, old. and bride of less thin eulogy had presented In glowing terms I. _
committee was appointed consisting ma yenr. und It has cast sadness his manifold merits, especially emphasizing -

Crescent. City Transfer Co., camping the latter'trip.launch They and are Mayport going ,on at of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Babers, Mr. T. over all who have known h r.Mrs. his great services on the Held of ,

O. Darby and Mrs.V.. J. Braddock, O. I). Robinson led a very In- battle as well as In the pursuits of For detailed I
ifeuts information schedules reservations .
rates
all trains at Crescent City Juno- the mouth of the rlvej is their obJec- ,
to make a canvass this week and see eresting League meeting Hiindny peace.
j lion. Night trains by appointment. tive point. They expect to camp en- what even In". Percy Monjnr: will be the After be had finished a voice was
could be secured
pledges both see nearest ticket call write to
lender next / your agent on or
route and spend some days In campat Sunday. heard' In the rear of the room What ,
S. M. LAB1IEE. Manager. here and at Seville for the support ofa .
the beach. It Is an Ideal trip for we want Is the man that will run the
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pastor. This committee is now actively -

B. HARRIS, young Mr. and men.Mrs. Paul C. Smith and little doubt at work concerning and there, seems the success to be A COMMON_ERROR. best"In his an feet Instant the orator was againon A. W. Fritot, Frank C. Boylston, "-


Barber daughter Miss Vlrgle, spent a large; of Its mission. If successful the "If you think" bo yelled "that this Division Passenger Agent. Trixv.

,, part of last week at St. Augustine, united churches will call Mr. Cute, The Same Mistake l II Made By Many convention can find anybody that can Passenger Agent .

CRESCENT CITY. where :Mrs. Smith underwent a and he will accept. It Is probablethat Palatka People. run better than the gentleman I have ATLANTIC COAST LINE, Jacksonville. Fla.

slight butt most successful surgical the committee will finish Its It's a common error nominated I point once more to his r

clean shop and .a clean satlsfao- operation at Dr. Worley's hospital, work this week and It successful To plaster. the aching back, well known war record."-Llpplncotfs. I'

) tory Shave and Hair, Cut Ruaran- and one which gives every promise securing the needed support will To rub with, liniments rheumatic
} teed.
Try me. tf.
of her to health. Their Mytterlou Green. '
restoring communicate with Mr. Gate Immediately. joints,

friends here are rejoicing with the In which event he will return / Whoa the trouble cornea from the To color those tho who shades believe of green In the afford Influenceof an The Palatka News

family over the success of their trip. kidney ,
one week from Sunday and accept Interesting study not only because of ,

Very Seo u1 The town council at Its meetinglast the pastorate. The people of Doan'l Kidney Pills cure all kidney! the large number of green things

week appropriated 1300 for a Crescent City Independent of denominational ill to. found In nature but the scale of greens $1.00 the Year.
It Is a very serious matter to ask And endorsed
shell road on south Prospect street preferences will welcome are by Falntka citizens. In so varied.

for one medicine and have the leading from Central avenue to the the return of Rev. Mr. Cine Thos. F.lllnor, living/ at 310 :Morris St Green is, or was the chosen color of

wrong one given you. For this and his 'alatka Fla., says: A few months ago Venus or the Scandinavian goddess
limits the south and where Interesting family. Theyare
town on
1 had a severe attack of Inino back la
reason we In buyingto Freya and should be worn upon Frl-
urge you will connect with herd popular with all our people. act, ,
this road a was forced to stop woik. I 0011 tIlIot her

be careful to get the genuine' road the county buy promUed to The attention of the News lias bend over tu pick up anything with. duty The color name has day.always been considered !MA.snydoMPT CtA.
out suffering I intensely Every"iiiuvoneot ,
i build to: Crescent City Junction. been called to an error made In t these I raddo drought, on siiuh champ mysterious In Its !Influence. All
LACKDRAUGHT
The council also decided to levy an columns last week, end which It Is winces that It really ert'lnod" us if it green creature, such as snakes orbh.tllI. COMPETE ONE OF' MODERN URTO-DATE MACK IK CRY.

Liver MedicineThe additional two mills tax this year, pleased to coirect. The Walker i knife were bplnjt) thrust Into my buck mile weird and people with what Q! 'tlli'1E T lt: .f C.1..SA t.'YOt/'MON IE y.

the extra money to go for Improving Orlando fl Stooped I could rot slnilghtmi. I nl''T kno\\n as greon hazel eyes need WE.HAVt: .-inb:;UEST17ORTAOI1: SAW" I'll t.ouTFiTSToK .
Bros of
were represented us .
reputation of this old, reliable seel planters. nivl llnlmontp. THEJMARKETJ'ANP
will but' rKlvud -- to bv carefully considered and amaiif : VARIous .-
medicine for constipation Indigestion streets. The people generally having lenncd for the comingsensim DO rnllef. I ;lund |I",\i,,ii8ly ua.,1,] clairvoyants given' stands' for Inlcllet OTHER: MACHINERY: STOCK"

and liver trouble Is firmly approve any expenditure of money the co-operative packing house loan's Klduoy Fllla a Ill! had reeivfd I t lunl power. Just an they speak of the we ALSO CAKRf\ SAWS Of ALL KINDS

established. It does not Imitato fur tho town's improvement, and to be built at the junction. A member 'such bonofiulnl/ resiilta that i "bliio of pence, rose of love and scarlet BCLTIKG*. AND Mini. SUPPLIES.'
other medicines. It Is better than I 11 t sont to J. 11, Huimhtou's '(liug
there is a heap that could be done, of the that the of SEND.ron" CATA1.0o.UItoAI'4t
others, or it would not be the favorite company says store and proourad" two box e.. They : niigor. TCSTIMONIAUS.' VVt: cvs'osi' > '
1 lACfOFBUSmtS3
liver powder, with a larger Walter CHIT has returned from a packing house has not been leasedand cured me, and I have not had any

sale than all others combined. pleasant outing at Daytona Beach.In will not be It-used, to any one trouble since I told a friend of the HI. Honor Vindicated.A A80V E ADDRESS.OHlur ANBTHM'ls\ \ AT

SOLD IN TOWN Pa merits of this remedy and he used them couple of good natured Frenchmengot -
tnlk with the News on Saturday who does not buy the crops of at A POSTAL CASOwILIE5Qu5' SAt1tfiAiq75tu
a >
with tho same beneflolul resu I tq." Into a quarrel and challenged each '
would least a majority of the shareholders QUItoU,1\MTU\ WULPROTeCT; TOui
Mr Clllt stated that li 8 soon For sale by all deulora.' Price 50 coots.FoaterUllburn other to fight. On the morning of the

f You Are have ready for harvesting.a crop of The members will generally bold Co., Buffalo. New York, duel they and their seconds trumped
Wanting their fruit for better prices than they
several hundred pineapples grown through the woods to the fatal spot
sole agents for the United States lie-Has youP husband got used to
under his shed. This will be good have been offered by this firm. In Remember the Doan's and when one of tho duelists, the challeng-- his motor cur? Order For Publication.
ome choice ORANGE GRAPE name- -
or this connection the News Is pleased lug parly, tripped and fell. His second In the Circuit Court Eighth Judicial fir
all remember
JRUIT TREES for news to the people for take DO other. Bbo-Oil, yes. lIe swears at It automatically cult, Putaitm County 1'lorlda-11I ( him'
summer plant. what delicious fruit Mr. Clllt has to give prominence to the following helped him to his feet now.-Illustrated Bits.DO .
Jig, send me your order. Trees communication : "I hope you are not much hurt" said Wllllum M. Mlllor
in __ His fruit Is .
.haul.__ ._ former season. .
lire first-class. No white Low n. A Mn'a Tact. the other dacllst VM.Miiry
fly. Editor PAI.XTKA NEWS I Dill for
Hcott Mllhtr
AHAumtiilHtratrlx
and It .li probablythis
prices, and freight; prepaid when not cut until ripe else In your last issue It was stated NoliodJ lint" Mr henley would hnv- "I'm not much hurt. I only bumped YOU GET UP of the Partition.eery. .

*ash accompanies the order. fact more than anything that our packing house had been n kcM: Hiir-ti n iii|' ''Hrloii. In tho II let pluco my noise on the ground." John KntntwoC Miller' miecemmae.i' J!

that gives It superior flavor and leased to the Walker Bros or Or- "lii '" r-'nlrloy. hi- ;iuiM. "If you "Does It bleed WITH A LAME: BACK? Mary}fco Mlllvr. ut ale:

: sweetness over the pines shipped In lando, but according to one of the fool.I uitbv ,voiir'i't! I\IT nhnt kind! "Yes a little.",
AddressWm. Appearing by affidavit apptmdml to the'
F. REED from the east coast plantations. Mr. rules passed at our first meeting "f lit:Ii' .mnl i'.vw would jrim harp, ?" "Heaven be praised! Blood flows Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. b'U' m.i In the above Btiitml CIIUHM that Ahblu -
can only be leased to a buyer who fllIhl'nllk.. J wn Mlllur ami l OuorK Uup r> Miller,
states that he will have a l C I ( : niyKi'll'" o'u'm', mild and my honor Is vindicated. Olvo me Almost,
also who reads the ,
Cliff buys the crops of a majority of the everybody news.papers the dtifi'mlnnlH htmtlu nninud lore reMUIuntM
East Florida Nursery, good crop of the prettiest. brightest, shareholders, and so far I do not understand Iton Kalrley. "I would Ionic }n"t Mictl.v Jour hand old boy I" is sure to know of the wonderful of the,Mtiile, of Florida,uud are rvNliltmtN titi'renctint
Put Florltlu, hut
Olty until County
an I tin uow ;
made
ever shipped from Florida that the crops of more than I fl! 'I' L. curea by Dr. Imve "burnt Mhnent moru thun sixty days uruC -
Drayton Island Fla. grapefruit most >r of our shareholders have been "You would.!?" e:.<'IIII l hated Henley III Betting In the Nursery. = u Kilmer's Swamp- .MIIH|| application. fur orditr of ptihlluutloil .
be having given it the care sold. I believe that many of our honi-Kt' BiirpilHc., nnd! to thin duy !b(> ":"Mauima" said her boy "I just j II I R.oot. the great Itidvney -ihut they more boLl niporiirlly At l>...
Moln, In the [Htnti nf Iowa, and boils de.
THE PALATKA ful attention and frequent sprayings. shareholders are unlikely to sell at f-nn'l mitlcrstnnd nliy, :Iliad Fairies made a bet." L [ liver and bladder fumltiiiti are unditr tUtu liMO of twtuktyonnyniirs.

work of taking the prices that the Walker .Bros thinks 'Mm n man nf little test nud, "What was It?" abe nccd.| -ft t remedy And that there 1 Iff no person In the
L. Eaton began the far ottered. 41 It is the great medical HtHte of Florida ut>uii whom the iHrvlue ofHubpntita
have '
epsi.Cola Botlling CO. Methodist church at so leas hl', "I bet Billy my cap agnlnst two shoe of the would buvl audI l DofnndAnlM; It Ia
down the It was particularly the desire of buttons hi Ii triumph tlmroforo ordered thAb mild tlom.resttI'mltIflmliltlts
Grovesdale last week and by Mon. the promotors of this enterprise to that you'd give we n peiyiy to II'' nineteenth century ; Iw and lira hctreby rHqulred to
{ Manufacturers of that the ma. have a packing house owned and A neal Diltmma. got some apples with. Yon don't want m4l ij i discovered after year "PI.III&rlo the nil. oIUompl..lullIl"dln mild,
day next It Is expected "tiuy, :Mlko," < uurle l to lose do ?" of scientific research UAUMe on or before
ottled Soda Water of All Flavors.ENRY controlled by the growers in which | < Plodding Pete me my cap you 'ci -
the lot her I\IONDAVtbe711. DAY> of SEPTEMBER,
terlal 'will be moved to the shareholders could have their who was looklnu at the piece of nSunilny lIe got the penny.-Philadelphia Inquirer. II -. by Dr. Kilmer, the ..
A I n. I i$55 tile of maid
othnrwlMi' iillcmitloim
Bond ua your order where the church Is to bo rebuilt.' fruit packed whether they sell to u school pupor that had come HARE eminent kidney and bill will betaken an uoufMsuit by .Aid' I L'e.runhllll. .

AndEPSP The members will do the moving, buyer or wish to-eonslgii.; a lIlt n liuudout "wot does It moan' bladder specialist and is wonderfully ..
following In u Hal of our share successful promptly curing lame back It III lurthor ordeml. that thin Order 1mpulillHlHid
The
the work of 'bout tielii' between do devil no' dedeep .
and Mr. Eaton Is to push uric acid catarrh of the bladder andBright's once a week for four uon t*< mttv
holders at pres..ntlMrll. vear"It's weokM In the 1'AlAtkA News, n
church mowsilmM'rpultlti.hini | |
I construction so us to have time A. H. Robinson it shares J. I'. Disease which is the worst lu HAld Oounty And HtatV ...
ready for occupancy In October, Cowburu: :a enures C. li. Morrow' do snm4 ait boln' told t' tukoyer YOU SURE form of kidney trouble. \ UnoM my liun.l Hmlolllcl .IM..,1,t he! tIle

VII the drat E. H. Walker: shares, K.Clllt choice between solu' t' work nn'tnkln' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root la not recommended :luthdny: of July, IMN.IHvAli .
during which month quarterly hares, i 'lmtr': io cr m you bar ttri tl/ JOHKI'H: PIIKIE,
be held, and :3 shares, Ed. !McUrady sharcx a lintb. explained Meandering for everything but if you have illiwk i'lruuU I .....'t.
conference will M. H. White 2 shares, Klik M. Mike.-Chicago News.ACTIVE..A.T. .Do yen know that the ..aIr.ro'IIandl kidney, liver or bladder trouble It will be U. B. HAHKK: ,r,,
.
Edward w r elaitn,file..Iud.d from the .
Rev. factory need. It hat Hollultor lorC'oiiiplBlluint.
the church dedicated. White 2 shares W. Cliff shares, V. and frMara and other atetulla kp .fa found juat the remedy you
SCHOOP Prop. W. Lee the presiding elder of the I, Carrier 1 share Mrs. B. F. Can I r 8T. Sanitary: Condition been tested in so many ways in hospital .
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I will be present 1 share. J. J. McOrariy 1 share K. A. Why' t.k*any ehaniM whom your hcultlt. work and in private practice and ba ...
I East Coast district This would bo imuaiml. news If I.eoncarned I Why not succemiful in case that a
men every
Palatka Florida. 1 share, Oeo. Jvitl. shale, proved
the Hogarth
and preach. The rebuilding of J. H. Harp 1 share. and women Would keep themselves free MAKE AND FREEZE YOUR OWN ICE CREAMIn special arrangement has been made by I Por-

church here will cost the society Yours. very truly roin rheumatism and all aches .and (10 MINUTES which all readers of this paper, who have

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE about .BOO and a large part of this WALTER CLIFF." pains ss foil as .keeping tbolr rnuteles FOR I Ie. PLATE with not already tried it, may have a sample New and Up-to-Date
The lots and Tress. Crescent City Junction An'l Joint. limber witlx Bat'aril's Snow bottle sent free by mail also a book telling I
Sec.
FLORIDA Is yet to be raised. Jell-O ICE CaEHjIl POY/03F/ Furniture and
T1MfS UNION money donated by Packing Co. iiiliuflnt.. Sold by Aokermna-Scvwart more about Swamp-Root and how to |
two lu number have been Drug CoLnwyer find out if you have kidney or bladder trou- .
The It )t. BO ...y. Simply stir oontant of I' House Furnishing Goods
Great Broo"lyn.
Slate of mention this
PaperDOILY Hon. James B. Howe. DlflAOBKBABLB AT IIOMB. on* t3..pa.mUintoaqnsc'iof milk Mid ble. When writing reading ,
"Mfljpjy AtOIlT1J church will be Are you-.er-er-truthful} f re* .,without cooking, heullag: or lbs ad generous offer In this paper and send your at low prices
Tbl.. Mouuths. N. Y., and the new and who dillon of .U.. very
Lots of meo women are agreeable anything Thus makes twoqnwrta
Ture.: ,Oar..lhok JOA.b..oo: named the Howe Memorial 41. E. with others, get "cranky" at boom.It's 01l18ft.. sir but I ain't so blaniifilr of lo. ...a".I...,par and who-) address to Dr. Kilmer
The of Mr. rut!ii,'ill) MR ler Interfere with your .am.. A good to. ram Inner ..a b* & Co., Binghamton .. I Go to
It's the It .
In memory not disposition. liver .
Seml-Weeklynmes-tntonand Church south, busiuteas. bought for a d..II.r two whish .Ullo N. Y. The regular
l lie farmer and Fruit How. mother who wa., a Metho ;you find In :youraalf that you foci cross tot y.*rat and ..m...... sew..It.oott. fifty-cent and one.dollar .
Grower.FlGriiliTliniitloloilick9oaillli. around the bouse little timings worry 9 pnekiiftaa JCUrO: XCB CRUX Pow.Aur .
Howe R. S.
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Mr. Boo ot *
a. Pridip ""' of tha 'I.W.I'. d. dist. It U likely that Just buy a bottle of Ballard'. Her- Never on\ tell when yoaM smash .afingeror for 28o* i size bottles are Ssp'5. Mooney
'otwi to Ag.tun.ut' .... ... here, ;you flavor CMocetat KiMiV/4 StrataBold sold by all good dragglats. Don't make ,
sad co" r.ul' 1.1. owner snifter ,
Clues..... .. ,. who Is .UW property blne and put your liver In shape. You 'a cut, bruise burn or .
Tb.re prn .I'' 00 per.r ... arry.Age-os asd V> .-. any mistake, but remember the name, t Palatku, Florida.
Mail liberal of men around will feel better .aldjot prepared Dr. Thomas'.
us Ire .urlpIIoD. of the most and everybody) you all. .. ,
and one by food ir"" '" Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.,,
Ecleotrlo oil ---
osnti'per iostantly relieves the
Price 60
contribute liberally to the for It. bottle. polo The GMMM Pure Food Co.. U Roy, K. Y. and the address N. Y. on
fl*. will,eliding also fund. Sold by rmaa-8tewart Drug Co. -iulckly aura the wound. !! .,_ ..oil every bottle. Binghamton, Undertaking and EJl balmhl .

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S a -_,---- ,,..*T"frt 1lfty.iJMorninrf'i Board of Trade Meeting. Big Clothing Cut. NEED SH i t

The alarm of fire at : white man apparently 65 to 68 President Davis and, a dozen or Tuesday afternoon J. .A, Shelley IF YOU ,
morning WM caused by of age was discovered lying un. more of the faithful. ones of the Pa
of one of a row of cottage secretary of the Fearnalde Clothing
Lemon
on latka board
upper street of trade were on band at
treat near the oounty fall Saturday night,and was recog Monday night, but therewaen't4much dbmpnny received the following telegram Get 'J'herc.: .Now: ::: QtCurry's
ed by abaria Howell. aa a stranger who bad stopped accomplished In the from Mr. Fenrnslde, who is in
1 known bow the fire ... boarding house that day. way of bualnesa. Two ur three committees New Yurkt"Announce .-
cottage wa occupied he was carried and there he to whom had been referred of shoetorAnnual
faintly, and wa on Sunday morning without re matters of interest, asked further In Falathn News out
ground; the corner consciousness time. The board did, however, pass one-third oil on all clothing In stock
east was badly damaged, 'I'hlsls bound to move goods quick.
dead wan was without bag- a resolution urging the mayor to or.d..r well begin SATURDAY
elegant Sale
the Am buying Clearance August
Reserve
was our adjoining nothing. ,
the shade
"L'n' othlr! than a bundle of clothing trees on the streets 22
and win !f
the line for full i
cottage on west. specialties
which was tied a coarse pair of trimmed. There was also some discussion 5th. |
The fire company The authorities found from relative to a "home coming ter. tructlolls of Continue through September
promptly, but was on his shirt band that his week" but tile concensus of opinion In compliance with'hl .
/ ting water. Tbe flow was John McLain, or McCllog. was that this festival be postponed hi* chief Mr. Shelley makes. .big announ-advertlftoment All Low Shoes for Hen, Women and.. Children will be sold at very |lowprio'T
Palatka Water Works Inquest was held for the reason I until after the city Improvement cement in the coinpwtiy'8 (
j wholly Inadequate, waa [ Dr. A. M. Steen gave it as his now under way are completed, and what I la probably of a One an-Ihird carefully off sale a seine-on ::OO: MISS: : IstS: : S..A.Ie: : :: ::
the itream wa that death was due to ex the absent ones could be Invited to fouudIn _. .
reach the topof a fence. brought on by fever from view the new 1'alatkn.. fed stock
olty was obtained water plant however and :. he was apparently just recov Miss n..lleVeloh, daughter of Dr.Welch the the regular entire selling south.price'I'hlsmeans of the goodshat. It that Is CURRV"'S:: S1E STOR
was all that could be of Palatka.llceDmp"lod the been reduced by one third.
force wa so great that it body was Interred at the city's Gem City excursionists to Gainesville a cut never before made in Ihlscltv PAL ATKA FLORIDA
I
shingles from the roof. and the bundle of clothing yesterday Inold"ntally'oaIUnlfon I and means. a big Having to all wloan ,
a shoes is In the hands of the friends while here.-GainesvilleBun. '' use the goods. It will pay anyone -
Sheriff: Howell The man was all'entlr... to buy for future ua". --
at about $HOO which he here and had only been in Mr. Shelley says that the .4'taw I h t Among the Ptilatkan's who spent
wee partly covered by city one night.: He had stated TO BENT-Eight room flat over stock has already been reduced nub The Palatka News Thursday In Gainesville was P. J.
which he now learns boarding house that he was Ackerman-Stewart Drug Store. Apply that, there are only a limited u41mb. leeks a prominent contractor of that Wanted
case. miles from home. who la, bv the way, nil enthusiast -
city
to MRS. L. A. ,FEY Palatka. tf of bargain' left in that line.TEN.DAYS ----- on baseball. Mr. flecks as a

------.__.- ______uu__ matter of course regrets very much
defeat of his home team, but declares -
6. :\ L\'WL.. ;. .." .; .. .. L L 'WL'L I. """' v.-f.'f'f. ,,., -vL. L.i City Happenings and the" it Was one of tin IH..tU..st'v.It.a '
''''''U' '' ..'U' .."3',, .Vt,-. .. 't''t',,.NVay'' NVr''"'i""" """'"+''',,"" ,." +,,." 'T" "'1'" '' he ever saw. Mr. Becks, who : 100,0001bsVanilla
Personal Mention.Hon. known ngood liullillnir wh"n he sees

J ir, complimented Gainesville very
V- highly on the class of buildings
which have' been erected here with
J.. H. Harp of Crescent City in the past year or two.-Gainesville
was In the city Wendesday. Sun.:;

Mrs. Eva Cortliell of Intcrlachen John Mall em the well-known fruit
bi spent Wednesday lu the city dealer next to the post oflloecelebra
a ,1 E. M. Alnger I of Georgetown wns ted the freedom of 'I'urkey yesterdtty"" We will 3 I
his store front with the pny tent|
: In the city yeHterday on a business by decorating ,
4, ttlp. star the stars and crescent and stripes of Turkey.and Last the pound, :Spot; Cash, J!

I I Mrs. A. S. Wlllard and daughter night he gave a reception to his city
SACRIFIC K SALE are AC Live Oak for a visit of several friends (and they are many) and refreshments Vanilla delivered lj
weeks.E. of coca cola, cake and cigars
S. Neck and daughter, Miss were served with n lavish timid. Palatka, between noWI J
1\IIIbelIIIn last week for a visit with John Mullein Is a naturalized citizen
relatives In Virginia.W. of the United States and he loves Iris the first frost.
adopted country welt enough to fight
A. Kirkland prominent orange for it If need be, but he still hasa
The Last Sale of the Season grower and farmer of Fruit- warm spot In his heart for the land Kennerly Hardware
land was a visitor In the city on of his birth and which Is under Turkish -
I yAUQUST Tuesday.H. rule, and tills little celebrationwas
d M. Fearnside ha returned from simply! an outward display of re. PALATKA, FLA.
St. Augustine where he spent. several Jolting| that the people his country
days helping nut at the Fearnsldu are now enabled to enjoy a taste of .. ...
I 22nd SEPTEMBER ;S store. lu that city. the freedom which has been a part of
to 1st his own dully. bll]of fare since 0001- S'ti
Mr. and Mra. J. II. Yelvertou have dug to America. Mr. Mallem Is a
leased a cottage at South Beach and Syrian, but he formerly lived' In Jerusalem --
Mrs. Yelvertou will spend the bal. and for a time served as an
slice of the Reason there, and Mr. acolyte III the Church of the Nativity

I On Saturday, August :22: we begin our last Big Sale of the season. We expect to leave Yelvertou all he can.will getaway from business still at one Bethlehem of the priests., where a brother-Is )

for the Northern markets early In September and must have and for -
c we room money our mammoth Tha United State: district court "Palatka, Is the beat town In thu __
Fall Stock, and the goods now on hand must be sold, and we are going to give you some has appointed Herbert Crook the state and has more paved streets

,, of the GREATEST BARGAINS you have ever had. We have lost sight of the cost and have g,; bankruptcy well-known of shoe the stock dealer of trustee the I. M.In sou'h than, ,any" said' town l>r.of E. Its W. size Warren lit the of Shoe.s

t p4 marked the goods at such a sacrifice that they will go quickly. Be on hand and get your share. ], Myer Co. in this city. Mr. Crook the Putnam county metropolis yesterday
will appraise the stock and dispose Dr. Warren was $3 $3.50 $4
of It as the court directs. citizen of Jacksonville' and during

To toe Sl The Saratoga Hotel swimming that lime was cOllnpoted' with' the takes Lit! cf I
I" Palntka ha has
business has been such that Mrs formed a very to mak: a world ud JI
she high opinion of his town and Is fairly -
that tills winter
Jacobson states /
find a good many people that have never attended any of our "Special" SalesMandwhen will Increase the size of tint pool to save loaded Palntka down bus with tllltVU..n enthusiasm.He Cypress kinds of shoes u (.leue! lltn I

we ask why, they say "I have never found any better values at these big advertised sales y double Is greatly Its appreciated present apace.by the The traveling pool i Company, the Selden Cypress Still they can all IM iiitd: vj'

than at any other time. They. do not give what they advertise." ; men. Company Company, and the several Roil luau smaller' Lumber concerns "Queen> Quali-y: shuns

This is a sad mistake that many merchants make ; but we never advertise anythingthatwe s: The Kitty Faye Company has and has the best pay roil of any varied and complete: ulhe lit 1

:; we do not back up with the goods. Now; if you do not believe this and will not come to see for .:4 been Howell a Th.yster real attraction tills week at, the especial New town,"In. said the he.state"h.for." three its size.railroadsand "Ptilatka We are suiting more wear

-e' yourself, all we request is, that you ask someone that has been to any of our sales, and then to ly In Its presentation of' Irish Come two rivers. and has the cheapest with them every,pr.y bard
dy. The company engugemeutcloses transportation rates of In
of it and for any town
d be sure come see yourself. Saturday night. Thu moving Florida. We are doing large, Jobbing their reputation grows every if I
r pictures which are shown betweenthe and wholesale business. and altogether
acts have also been of a superior fnlatka Is the best town "Queen> Quality' will retail
character this week and have greatly ,"_
1 there Is Times Union. than ode
pleased the nightly audiences. \ shape longer any
Sheets Pillow Cases and TowelsAt Wash GoodsHere
In Good Luck. ready made shoe. Try i I oot
Miss Irene M. Leeks entertained a
a Tremendous Saving. is the straw that broke the camel's back Theyare d large party of young people at her "About two years, ago my father came
here from Meson
city: '
home Wednesday night of last Iowa on a vlalt1says
I all new, but they go with the other goods at a [ week lu honor of her Miss O. I.. Scott Dul1\\ ld. Mich. 'While Crook I
42 x 83 Good Pillow Cases . . . . . . . lOC sacrifice. ], Dorothy Uunn of Otter Creek.guest Dancing here he Was taken' sick with llarrhcea Herbert

45 x 80 Pillow cases, 20o value . . . . . 15c was the order of the evening and and cramps. I give' him several dosesof

j 72 x 90 Good sheets, seamed . ... . . . 38c Amoskeag Fancy Dress ginghams, A. F. C. goods, none aj i at Its were conclusion served.dainty Twenty-four refreshments Chamberlalu'ecollc Remedy and It cured,Cholera him.and" Dlarrbcna This- Palatka, Fla.

81 x 90 \ ..,.- . . . ". 43c better made, sold everywhere at 12Jo and 15o . 9c young people were present and all remedy always cures. It la fcr sale by

81 x 90 Extra heavy sheets, 75o value . . . 59c Worth Cheviotts, a soft, tine linen finish cheviott, flue event.pronounce it a delightful social Ackerrnaii-Stewart Drug Co.

I' | 81 x 90 Mohawk sheets, this sale . . . . 64c for shirts and boys' waists, 1210 value, this sale at. 9c tt C
Check lOo value better Miss Mary Bass entertained a '
Amoslceag gingham none '
Apron JJ.\ANr\\"r\/,
81 x 00 hemmed stitched, $1 value, only 79c 6ic; b large party of her young friends on .................................a..IS a...........,/
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made, this sale . . Wednesday night in honor of her ;s:
The greatest values ever offered in TOWELS A good apron check gingham, 7o value, IIot. . 5c guests the Misses Webster and Our

.; b- will be found here. 80 inch best'!.!; loo Percales . . . . . 12c don.society Pretty get of much Palatka all of were the younger presentand Bargains in Paiafka.( :

i Our lOo and 124o Percales . . 9c and IOC the event U laid to have been
NOTIONS one of the most delightful functions
80 inch Linene, 18o and 20o values;-this sale 12ic; E. of the entire summer. Refreshments .,:

80 inch Indianhead at . . .10 and 12c of punch and cake were
; It's Just Like Picking em Up served. Farm or Town Property,

'M These are good all the year around, but they go Extra Special One of the prominent business men .. .
p of Palatka", who visited O..llIesvllle'I'hursdllY
with the other goods. Timber Lands for Sale Lease.
along with the
excurslonlonlst or
1 case Fancy Dress Ginghams, the kind we sold at lOo all i
:;if brass 60 value. . . . 2 & 3c was F. A. Uerber, a successful furnip4 -
Good
safety pins, winter, will go at per yard . . . . 5c tore man of the Oem City. Mr. : -
Good brass pins, 5o value . . . . . . . 3c Limit 20 yards to a customer per day.._ Come every day ; Berber In also an enthusiastic balle-

i Coats darning cotton per spool . . . . . 2c and get 20 yards. ball pride"r In,,"his," and home manifests team. Naturally.a great. MJ

:(;i Coats silk finish crochet cotton per spool . . : 3c All best Calicoes this sale at . . . . 5c he was disappointed at the result, I A. FORD

Pen Lust embroidery floss this sale ,., . . . .-2ic No samples cut-come and make your selection. F hut declares it was one of the fret .
gJ leet; contests he ever witnessed.Gainesville .-
Royal Society . . . . 2ic} I Hun.\ .

L:<;i D, M. C, per doz. . . 18c Big Values in Dress Goods. ],/ J. T* Milen of Philadelphia w..sln Siii .

Menneus Talcum Powder . . . . . 12ic} he city this week en route to thu : Real Estate
Beautiful Dress Goods in plaids and stripes, cheap at 25 and Lake Okechobee where ,
. . . . 8c I, country ha '
Spool Silk, 50 yards 4c. 100 yards 850 ; but we ran across a few that we picked up at half 'b 1 will iniiKB enquiry Into the pructlenollity .
t I \ this value-sold under the hammer Ithe great sale of the r 4 of a plan hu 'lane fur the dralll14' :; Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
'' of the ivcr liid.-it. Iu the
us' < event
Print Works and have added all 25 and f
Muslins and Cambrics Arnold we our I e 'hat hi* plans seem practical Air c a'
85o goods to this lot and while they last they are yours daring 1 Milen fxptcts to lay them before National

pAt prices you never dreamed of. Bay all you will need ; this sale at . . . 14c the Iiittriml Improvement Hoard at Surety Companyof
1'alluhabsee, with a proposition loukng .
during this sale. to Ita accompllHhmeiit. Mrilileii New"York.I
Every Article in Our Store at a SacrificeNot ( is an expert in drainage mattern. .
h inch Good soft unbleached, this sale . . . 4c -

i 'H27 80 inch 70 value . 5c nly have we cut the price on all Summer Goods, but j ( Among! tlieexcuralonUts toGalncsvlllu ... \

value . . . 7c every article in the store is included in this sale. Many of Thursday' was Hun J. H.Vy- W' 'J !
'
'
80 inch exta heavy)0 flMrlt111
these goods we will have to replace! immediately, but we include lu of InierlHchen, one of the hurtroad WNm l 4U'UlM 4 'b M !
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27 inch Bleaching, a good 5o value. all in this sale as we realize we must do so in order to 1 enthusiasts of Putnam county,

:;i( 82 inch ..,1. grade, this sale . . .' . 50 make the sale a success. And we always have success because ,I and more who In tlmt has direction probably than ncconiplUhm other:! n't'tn' atdfdf dtitdta i aasa i.ldld) 31 ; ad)t-t-t-t."n. J.

80 inch Hill Bleaching, this sale . . . . . 9c| wa do what we say. We need the room and money is why we E-.t one man lu the county Mr.any Wylla

88 inch Lonsdale Bleaching, this sale . . . . j CC are oQering such a sacrifice of goods. __ 1 ( has superintending of ho hard road between the construction Palat. I The Only Complete Line

B:;i 80 inch Fruit of the Loom, this sale. . . . I' ka and Interlachen, now building
. 9C26c Skirts at Great Sacrifice. with remarkable. success, several
Lonsdale finish Cambric, 12ic value ; I
80 inch elegant a miles having already been oompltl- of House
80 inch Genuine Lonadale. . . . . . . 11cv' SVehave a few skirts that will be closed out regardless of 1 "d.-Gainesville' Sun. | Furniture and

:; 8-1 Brown sheeting good quality, 25o value. . . lac cost. You will have to see them to appreciate their value and Our representative\ (Mr. W. J.

0-4 Pepperell )Jrown! sheeting, this sale . . . we will not attempt to quote prices. j jS a) lay Goodfullow evening) and was In Palatka, Batur- I Furnishings in the City.

l.... 0-4 Pepporell Bleached sheeting, this sale . . 24cB ( the Arlington.; He observe Ing with at
.. .f. . . . This is a Cash Sale f pleasure the splendid new railroad 213.215.311i
10-4" tC rap station detail, beautiful and finish.alike In architects C t M. R Ryan Cmalgi
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The Is what i
Coats Thread 4c a Spool. So bring the money. money we I 'Idvent of a new daily paper, recenty ,
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t B 4o spool during this want ; anyway we cannot afford to charge any- g fur repres-utativehaving made exhaustive 6E68t3e 6df6a66Esg66E8661t8668eEE6a.6E66t's6Et? _
Again we give you Coats Thread at a I I iqulrles amongst Palxrka'a -- -
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fall to at- A.l.- ...
is>f Don't ale Uuky, left on dunday! for a VHoa- ..tr n::u- vulln _
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g for 'hy' will .also, beside visiting lit -.-- + :: -.

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1% in and at JetlersonvUle, Ind., where AL.ATKA, "L.ORIDA. |
it means money Extra Specials they have relatives and friends I adoPRESORPrONS I
pocket. Lemon Street. hi* Is their first volt l to the old Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries
your ,..o--222--224 home In many years, and any one
t who was "br"d In old Kentucky"n Patents. D
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