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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: February 26, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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FLOlUDA, FRIDAY, FlmnUAUV 26, 1909. $1. Per. Year.


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VOTES IN THEPIANOCOHTEST. The Municipal Campaign.The PREPARING FOR POMONA NEWS.

Bearing i publication of the proclamation .. -
The g OrangeS Washington Supper at Crescent of Mayor Wilson In another column A BABY SHOW. Mrs. Charles Plplar spent the weekend

City Draws Big: will remind the peoole of Pal- with Miss Ethel Smith at Fran
Grove | Crowd. atkatiiatthe time is ,close at hand cis.
The following, l Is the standing\ \ when they will be called upon to select PutnAm County Mothers to Mrs. E. L. Eames after .
The a couple
(Indies I
WeatherMan of the recently organ U(1 : His vnrlnuH candidates In the. News' a mayor and seven members of Have Opportunity to Exhibit of weeks with relatives left '
For here on
Sale Methodist
at a Sacrifice. |j ehiituli nt Crescont Bush .
H (Ity have sent to tho News, Salford; contest up to Wednesday the city council-one from each Offspring. Friday morning for a visit with
an nc- night, February 24th I ward.
E For the tinxt ton days 3K count 01 I \yuBliliirtou( Supper:: anti Irono M Looks, I'nlutka .. 1,100, ,140Mnbol The fact of this election's near. approach friends at Daytona, before returning .
to her home
at Anoona Fla.
::::: I will offer Five acre of =3jE ::: Hull: at that piece last Tuesday afternoon llniMott, I'alalUa .. .. 1.0H7.SOO may have escaped the atten- Pretty Tootslo-Wootsles Will Compete ,

Says : ; good land till|| fenced, with =:S The and oveti I iii. M..... Until H. VIInn Palutkiv. .. ... !272ilitlOins Mon. of the people generally, but It For PrUet. Willard McElveen from Live Oak
180 bearing townspuoplu turned out en I; Browning Kranols. .. .. V41.8MJosnio has not escaped notice from those Ladies of this city have determined wits In town three days last week, as
E Orange :::j jS the
trees, mnsseiis so also did the people of H hutton, Cn.c : and an 8-room house in =3 tile new St.:: Johns I'mli colony ; Ida Loll, I'nlalkn .. .. ..... 117,019 .expire, nor of those who are anxiousto benefit of the new Palutka Hospital, Miss( Margaret. Flak of Palatka was ,
== faircondition, situated, on :=::3fc !JiHltlimd, fcihell::; 131n1?. Denver Loiii. Annie Hold I'nlalkn. ., .... .. .., .... 80,709 fill their places. and any Putnam county baby. that home over Sunday. :l
the edge of beautiful clear 3C Station, huntington, Como and Pomona Improvod Order Rod Man Palutka .... '- ,110 At least two meetings have been comes within the age requirementsof The entertainment glvnn last Wed ...
"Cold : water lake, within 5 ::: were also well represented. Annie Lau. Uanna. Ilnist I'lilatks....... 7,125 held by a small group of citIzen. who the rules given below will be nesday night in the town hall by the '
minE 5
: ; Mnny of the ladles were gowned in Kate Owon, Sauuina. Hlghtl .... .... 01,805 are anxious that the municipal government privileged to enter and compete for young people, was witnessed by a
utes walk of depot and P. =3 colonial costume and George and Erma WyUolnlorlu.hen.. .. 10,810 shall be continued on the prizes: in Its class. full house, and was a decided success.

EO., at Keuka, Fla. == Martha, Washington were represented Leila. Duke, Palatka .. .., iasno same high plane as in the pnst year This baby show will be held at the The program which Included .
E= This i ia respectively by Mr. W. M. Maull MabolQootho, Iloilman .. ..,_ .. IO.OJO and they have agreed upon Mr. Armory, beginning at 2 o'clock three short comedies Instrumentaland
and!
== a snap :-3:: Mlns Ida Ueeves. Olive Knight, Ed at, .. ... .. 8.979 Howell A. Davis as a candidate for Tuesday, March IRh, and already vocal numbers, and other amusIng .-.
,The entertainment was held In the Nora Wllllnma, Uonlwlok. ....,..., .. 1.000 mayor. It Is understood that the bids fair to be the most attractive things In the way of entertain-
Wave. \ I. A. hall, which was brilliantly Mis Addle Bailey of San Mateo plan has Mr. Davis' approval. entertainment offered In Palutka ment, all contributed to an evening
H. lllumlmited hy eloctrlc lights fur- lias withdrawn fiom the contest. Mr. Davis Is the retiring! alderman this season. There will be pretty of enjoyment. After the programthe
| Finley Tucker, | nlBhid giatultously by tha C. H. from the Seventh ward and Is presi- babies galore and everybody Is interested young ladles sold home-
Preston Company. VOTES THROWN OUT dent of the present city council\ HeIt or ought to be, In babies. made candy and served every one In
ZH Op.Court Home. Pulntkn, Kin, 2JE 1'al(rlotlo songs were sung by the The proprietors of the Palatka I also president the Pnlatka. boardof The special committee In chargeof I the hall with light refreshments
pupils of the public schools the little. News regret the necessity of stating trade. He has an organization the enterortse have placed entryblanks cotfee and wafers.
Over Coats ;! Plionit IJ8:! 2 I twin diiughteis( of Uev. R. N Uate that In the count of this week they that will do its utmost to capture at the store of Miss Kate Miss Susie French and Miss Edith

pastor of t tho Baptist church and have been Obliged! to throw out AS each of the ward delegations to the Lucas which can be had on application. Barker who have been here through
mmmmmmmm.umm. Muster Oeol'I(" Caper Miller. Miss FRAUDULENT a total of 75,000 city nominating convention. the winter, returned this week to
.. Ruby 1\IIIIhis \I1I1I1Mto, and Mr. AIh".t votes. The name of Mr. Antonio Uslna The committee has also promul. their home In Stratham N. H. They
Will Edwaul Lounds, violinist added These votes purport to have been, has also been mentioned In connection ,gated the following rules which are bave made many. friend during their
l.illllW! BlIIITIIII'! 111111"'1II1"lIllr, 11I1' 1111' III 11m-J 1111.I much to the enjoyment of the Issued by this oflice and bear the with the mayoralty. His to; govern I stay, who hope they will decide to '
<-v nlng, playing dm'Ing the progress date of February lUth and 20th friends are urging that his rugged All bable. that will compete in the visit Pomona again next winter.Mr. .
of the sunpor. They/ also bear the Palatka :News! 1 honesty of purpose. his fearlessness show must be registered. They can .
and Mrs. \V. E. Hobbs visited
Be Needed.We High CutShoes : The hull wns packed with people stamp and the punched holes were in the performance of duty as applied bit entered at Miss Kate Lucus' store Palatka .
and the. excellent supper, though either made by the News' punch or 1 to the enforcement of law, his until noon of Tuesday, March Oth. Monday.We
served. lit 2"> cents. netted a total of one so near It In size and shape as to absolute independence of clique or The name of the mother, toe name are pleased to learn of the
have a large stock $1 lit) for thu work t f the church. render It impossible to tell the differ faction and the fact that he has the of the baby, age, sex and class In marriage of Mr. Calvin Webb and
ence. They appear to be genuine best interests of the city at heart together which It is to be entered must be Mini Bertha Perkins of Boston,
and want to convert ) !it PROCLAMA110N.N'olloe but they are not, for the reason that with the time. to devote to given.The. which event occurred about n week
the News" KNOWS just how many these interests, make him an ideal babies will all be numbered ago In that city. As Mr. Webb was

them into cash, so at Reduced Is hereby given that an if IHSURI,! on the days named, and it candidate. Mr. Uslna was seen on and the Judging will be entirely by an old Pomona boy and spent last "
election for city ollloers for the Cityof KNOWS that neither of Its proprietors the street and asknd if he was a can number. The Judges will be strangers winter here this item will be of Interest -
have put the prices 1'nliitka. )1.Florida will be held In nor any of Its employes Issued. didate. "No sir, I am not," replied and will not know the names of to n large circle of acquaint. .

the bottomon H u kl city on TueHdny the Oth day ofApril any of these 75,000 votes on the days he. "But," asked the News, "if you the babies. As soon as the judges ances.
down to Prices.Commencing I A. U., WOO, viz: mentioned. should be nominated by the oltv make their decision, the prizes will \Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weaver of i
them. For) Mayor uf said City The News also KNOWS that the convention, would you not accept?" be awarded the winners Illinois have been guests of Mr. and 1:
I = For one Aldunnan' for Ward One. party or parties In whose favor these That is different," replied. Mr. Boy babies will wear blue ribbon Mrs. W. H. Cook this week. ,
This is our final For one Alderman for Ward Two votes were cast had NOTHING TO Uslna. "If the people thought\ I girl babies pink ribbon. 'I'he babies Mrs. E. S. Oreen of Welaka spent '
M For' one Ald,'rman for Waul'lhrue.I DO with the A'l"n l\JP'I'EVJ."RAUD. ought to take the place, and nomi- will be in the following classes, or Tuesday In town.INTERLACHCN. ,
Overcoat Sale for the Saturday, Feb. 6th iiit1 For one Aldeimim for Ward Four. It: does not KNOW who took nated me, I would probably accept; divisions:
Fur one Alderman. for Ward Five the blank votes from this office. but I am hl10 sense a seeker for Class 1, under six mot.th; Cln s
season. Don't miss and continuing for Foi one Aldermim for Ward !Six. Hut that they were purloined there this or any other ollloe.1 And he 2, six months to one year; Class 3, ITEMS. .

For one Alderman for Ward Seven:: cnn be no question. meant it.. one year to two years; Class 4, two
it. This is a rare Two Weeks. = The follow lug are I the inspectots This is all the News will have to Another gentleman who line been years to three years. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Slater. and

chance .' mid clerks foi fiich Wurd and designated say concerning this attepipt, to de urged as the Ideal candidate is Mr. Clans Prettiest girl baby under daughter Ornce, of Lapeer Mich
: I' George B. Selden, of the were !guests for a few clays at Billiard
20% Discount I polling I places In same: fraud. president six months; prettiest boy baby under -
Cravenettsabsolutely'rainproof Wind No. I 1.-l'ett'r (mid tier, cleik, ; Ho:: far to the best of the News' Seldnn:: Cypress Door Co. Mr. Sel- six months. Manse. Mr. and Mrs. A. Owen 1,
Priestly K;, T. Kelliim It I. Hay, \V. E. Wattles knowledge this 'piano ,contest has den has taken a lively Interest In Class Prettiest girl baby be. also of Lapeer enjoyed the same
: 84 for Cash on all High '" i Inspectois. foiling place OiLy'swarehouse. been conducted \honorably, and In municipal and county affairs tween six months and one year; pret- hospitality. while Judge Brown and .
honor and all fairness must it be during the past year, and Is a man tiest boy baby between six months wife of Marquette, Mich., will remainfor
overcoatsi2.50values $ o Cut Shoes.H = I Wind No 'I'wo-H. Petermun, conducted to the end.Rl1lo1s.I.I.. who stands for advancement along and one year.. several weeks. "
,i-lerk ; A. U Phillips, H. H. Kent U. .. & VICKEBS. all lines. He was a leader In the recent Class Prettiest girl baby between T P. Shehan who has been a guestat
for 1). Mohley, Inspectors. Polling place, county bonding! campaign, and ; one and two years; prettiest the Lake View left Tuesday to '
1, A. O. Philips'store. to him Is due the credit for preparing boy baby between one and two years. Join a party of friends In St. Augus
votes in Wind No. 'J'hlee.-O. I. Rowton, The Scramble For Office. the financial statement which Class Prettiest girl baby between tine.

$7.75. I 300 i eleik ; Arthur Priddy.J. A. Bear, .1. There Is a lively scramble on for i demonstrated the entire practicability two and three years; prettiest. Geo. W. Clark formerly of Arkansas -
Piano Contest ot the measure, and which boy baby between two and three but who has been in
; 1' Urltlln, Inspectois; Polling place, appointment to the ollloe of chief of recently ,
figured more prominently than anything years.Special. Carleton, has bought the O H. Ew-
$13.50 Coats for Drill: building. police made vacant by the resignation '
: foreverydollar Ward No. 'ollr-A. R. CHIIOVH of P. SI. Hagan. else In the success of the cam- :: prizes to most popular 'I lig property at Mariner's Lake, and
.
clerk ; 1'. J. flecks J. A. Urulnger, The' council will probably fill the paign. baby> the fattest, and the smallest. removed his family there the past ,
$9.00. iI paid. loseph Price, ji.. Inspectors I'oll- vacancy by appointment for the un- The output of babies throughout week ..
I I Imr' ;place, City I Hull.Wind I expired term at Its meeting next The Culpepper Meetings. Putnam county during the past two B. H. Savage and wife spent a few ,
three has been In
or good spiteof
.. HERBEBTOROOX. No. 1"lvo-'l'ol1l Holden, Tuesday night: Interest in the revival. meetings! the financial years which days. at Silver:: Springs:: aucompanyng -
$15.00 Coats for I'I'I iflW11 l'l"I'k ; 1'.1:1.:: Cronies J. L. Uar.kln, 'Hie candidates already known to being conducted in the big tent on depression Hon. Flank Woodruff and wife.
has been general and all that the
; I), I Hammond Inspectors. Pollingiiltice : the News are Ronn' Varnes of tho the Court House square by the Revs. News has have been before their return to New Haven.
house.Viird Hotel W. II M in ton theeroCHi seen pretty.
CUIIl't Arlington ,
I 1 J. B. and Burke has -
Culpepper continued All babies do not look alike to Mrs. C. L. Barratt has to ,
I Six J. D. J lrords. cl'k .- C H. Will Cannon O. us gone
$10.00. III, 1m. III 1m III III III! Iii III 'III 'I No. ; Wlgg : unabated through the week .
Silas Smith, Itobeit Coitus, John M. Livingston and perhaps. someothers The night services have been attended but they are all that pretty, though it Is bnnd.Payettsvlllti Mr. Barratt, N. C.,leftseverai to join her weeks hus-
just possible some are prettier
Polling place, whose names have not been .
Itivant, inspector!
by Immense congregations and than others. But there Is ago to prospect; a little before send- '
Interstate Claim Just one -
AgencyE. hall. mentioned but like the
Odd Fellow's who ones
Over Coats
Regular thus far considerably!: more than 200 thinK we are sure of-the Putnam hug for airs. Barratt.
Ward, ]No lIeVPII-J. U. Davis, named, may be making a "gum shoe"campaign people have coma, forward for
H. Harrison H H. Sanders, T. the aldermen. pray- county crop of babies cannot be Miss Edna Browning of Franciswas
$10.00 coats for clerk ; M. Sinioer :: among prs at the conclusion of the sermons.
Pulling Uooclnon l sheriff, beaten for looks on this round earth. a week end guest of Miss Grace
Lee
I J I Thompson Inspectors. ex-deputy
Many of this number
Masonic Temple BidsRoom 303. are young peo. This is not but Is a
place. Do/ill's building. was said to be a candidate but when pie. braggadocio Miller at the home of Mrs. K. A.

$6.50. Jacksonville, Florida. Polls open lit eight o'clock n. m. seen Mr. Qoodson said he would not During the week a great many of fact will attest.that every We don't father raise and mother but Brush. -

------ and close nt sunset.F. be a candidate for appointment for the converts have signified their desire allY A very pleasant surprise party was
babies In Putnam
H. WILSON, the unexpired term, but might be at to unite with some of the churn- pretty county, given by the young people at the
$11.50 Coats for Send us your FItEIOll( claims. Mayor of said City. the beginning of the new term lu es. 1'hls list Is In the hands of Rev. babies.therefore it will be a show of pretty home of Mrs. Ida Mann in honor of ,' ,
Helul UH S'lOl'K:: claims. the 18th birthday of Harold the eldest -
your Attest: April.'ihe Burke Culpepper and at the close of The hard Job will be that of the .
Solid your otlwr cluims to us. A. 'I'. THIA Clerk. chief of pollen has usually the meetings will be turned over to sou.
$7.25. We adjust and collect them on per- Feb. 21th 1901) Gt been paid a salary of $75 per month. the several city pastors judges lo well, and in the selecting committee strangers of ladles for Jos. Fraser and wife, O. H. Ewing

ei'iitnua basl' Experienced Claim Another !great meeting for men this and wife and C. Rout han enjoyed a ,
Agents employed.Ituiulcd ..,....rU..r.tUJLg..rgggg..r-:: TLTLTLi.Spring Colored Methodist Conference.The will\ be held at the tent next Sunday responsibility. sumptuous dinner on Tuesday at the '.
$12.50 Coats for ...- I afternoon.A hems of Rev. S. J. Townsend to give
I% Opening of South Florida Annual Confer. A Prompt Settlement.The that gentleman a marker for the 69th .
ut iisutcguiird to lIam- | ence of the A. M. E. church Is In session .
anniversary ,
$7.75. lllltM.mi .. _ __ _______ i[| Fine Millinery Emmett this week street at the Bethel churchon The home Double of Mr.Wedding.and Mrs. Carl C. a policy late of Dr.life Guy Insurance C. Kates In the carried Oer. The entertainment at the town '

I manla Life Insurance Company, mil on Monday night passed Into
'; or/ m ,111" u 111 w II' i It\ t The conference held Its opening Relfenburg at Lundy. was the scene
) I 'IILI\ l.Ti'Il! and which he secured through U. local history as all such Hairs do.
1 Hove,ties. session Wndnesday and will continue of a pretty double wedding on Wednesday '
These Coats In and of The rain In the early of the
come 2 SMITH'S = $ ;:1: through the balance of the evening, their two charming Loper Bailey this city, state manager part
and of later
\ for that old, reliable company evening prospects more
the Misses\ Eva and
least May
week at daughters
solid black hay, arranged for this This claim full Friday indoubtedly at home and ,
and Wit was paid III on kept many
gray This conference, which Is comosud Kiln Bell being! the brides.
$. Home Made Candy, I'I Thursday and Friday of last week the 19th inst., as the receipts were not as much as expected .
ovput on > of about 150 active ministers, The ofllclutlng clergy man was Rev. 1
mixed goods. Ice Cream M I March llth" and 12th k but one of five similar conferences H. Dutlll of St. James Methodist ; will be seen from the following! however, but well those in charge felt,
,
H ,1 and to it all the ladies of '-i i.i In Florida, mid therefore takes In church, and the ceremony was in the copy of the ackuowledll'ementlPalatka paid.
This is chance ofa and Cold Drinks. but a portion of the state. The conference presence of large circle of friends. FI..., February 10, 1909. The beginning of Lent was observed .
= Hot ::s Palatka and Putnam county l Is being presided over by the :Miss J.valay! Reifenburg was married Mr. O>. Loper Bailey, Manager. In this place by the Ash Wednesday -

life time, so- don't __ Agent ta -- -- II 1.4 are cordially invited. Kt. Ruv. M. B. Saulter, D. D.. of to !Mr. Uettis O. Wyles and Miss The Uermanla Life Insurance Co. service at St. Andrews church,
The new good* are arrivingdaily. ::: Charleston, S. C., a venerable man Ella Bell Reifenburg was married. City. service conducted by Rev. Win.
miss it. The sale on fI. Huyler Candies. i! iN who presides with dignity and ability Mr. John /S.: MoWaters. Dear Sir:- SVyilieofPalatka. '
and who does not forget to exact I The grooms are both highly esteemed Having this day received from J. H. Wylie was one of those who
thece Coats begins on SMITH '4 This year we will have a the proper amount of respect for his : young men of this city and you draft In full settlement of claim enjoyed a good time with what we ,
L. A. special department for PPt t: ofliot at the hands of the members. their: fifends, are heartily congratulating under Policy No. 218UB2!: In your company hear called the "postoflloe crowd" of I

= I'nUtkn FlorliluIII = ular priced millinery, with r."if Bishop A. Grant I). D., of Kansas them on their success In wluilng > held by my late son, Dr. Ouy Jalatkn uii their. Ueorge Washington ,
ill values from City Kansas, Is also present and such charming brides.At C. Estes, I wish to thank you for the; BirthdllyoutJnlt. :
Monday ".,JltYHIT: 'sT;.IB. I' I. JI'' II. c II, Hut ranging has presided In the absence of the conclusion of the ceremonya prompt manner In which the claim The Junior Christian. Endeavor Is '. .
$" !}.to !$f5; to bn sold at from S Bishop Saulter. sumptuous collation was served at has been paid the company forwarding m"klnItrent! preparations for a"Dime" '

MONEY TO LOAN-on Lemon n to $8. iN Among the other distinguished the Reifenburg home.SmithHanes draft Immediately upon receiptof social, Friday evening. Feb. :,
street, Palntkit, or Jacksonville improved Come and inspect the new ministers of the A. M. E. church satisfactory papers, and I cheer- 26th. Everybody come or send your
January 18. real estate at 8 per cent. Apply present are Rev. E. \V. Allen, editorof Wedding.: uly recommend your office and com- dime along to enjoy the evening. .. j5J
goods.
B. C. HOWELL Palntkn, Fla. tfCan't 1 the Southern:: Christian Recorder, any to those desiring life Insurance.
Columbus do., and Rev. Dr. H. 'I'. The Jacksonville Times-Union of Respectfully yours, Drowned.
Johnson editor of the Christliin Recorder the loth Inst contains the following (Signed) H. JR. ESTKS. Accidentally "
look well. eat well or feel wI.lIwith Miss Kate L. Lucas, account of the marriage of Mr. Oscar Clarence Whttsell a man
of
Come early and get Impure blood feeding yot.rbody. iN Philadelphia. ; Smith: a former popular. Of course this Is no more than was young
Edgar
There are some 60 ministers present of this If It has about 8!) years of age employed ns
wltllBltt'dock
Keep the blood pure 1 Palatka, Fla."Chamberlain's t: of Palatka, and Miss expected company.
Emit ns visitors, who belong t.) otherconferences. youuI11l1n! excelled In feature of this caseit caretaker of I. N. Klwood's houseboat
simply. any
one as they won't last &; Blood Bitters Margaret Ann Hanes of Jacksonville was drowned at the Elwood
; rnx.tZ1rn-J'.lnl"lt'lt.nttJr'Jr.7Dt Is In the with which
and ]! promptness
clean you
take exercise, keep .,. : boat house Thursday shortly after
full settlement made. The
long at these wonderful will have bug life. ______ ------ ------ Leroy Carter in Jail. "A beautiful home wedding was the proofs of death 'were' was made, receivedthe noon. His body was. not recovered
.
Remedy that at the residenon nf Mr. and Mrs. until after a two hours' learoh.
Cough
low prices.Remember fOB, HEN1-o"urulshed rooms. Leroy Carter, the negro arrested William A. HHlies. 1021 Laura street PERSONAL ENDORSEMENTof Mr. n.ndIrs.! Judy his uncle and
tf .
Apply 037 Emmett; street. Clir.<:old.. Croup and Whipping Cough near Cedar Keys and brought back lAst night at 8 o'clock, when Miss draft the in manager settlement, Mr. Bailey sent, and to himas the aunt, who live across the river were

also-that here to answer for nn assault with Margaret! Anti Hnnes, their daughter was waiting! for him outside, In their m
had preliminary ', married to Mr. Oscar Edgar expeditiously as an Important .
intent was
to murder. a launch while tOo young man went
WiYWiV.ViYiWiWWVBargains kind be attended
of the
matter
can
we give UNNl'NNi..VN'mH"( hearing before Justice Marshall on Smith Rev Ralph T. Jefferson, Into the boat house to leave his row
Tuesday and was held to the action prlest-ln-ehnrge! of St. Stephen's, to.This Is the advantage of Mr. Bail boat. They waited some time and
of the grand Jury performing the ceremony as he did not appear went to look
100 Voteson atka. About two weeks. ago Carter !got "Mrs. Sydney:: J. Smith; the sister ey's. agency The state for Putnam county of 1'.0pie. the- for him. His hat was seen floating!
in Pal house shady of the bride, was matron of honor.Mr. headquarters
repute the
gay in a negro Is right here-at home. Its on the water, but young man
male Sydney J. Smith brother of the company .
mill drove the other occupantsof know detail of was not to be found. It Is thought
1 the place out at the point of a i>rld..groom, was groomsman. Little manager the claim.can He knows every of Its honesty. he fell overboard by striking his
the Piano for ) zun. Merry Elizabeth Thomas dauvhter Uermanla Its lend as he went In the boat house
And the
every Mrs. Charles E. Thomas, Company.
Policemen Livingston and l Car. on of Mr. and Justice Marshall held an Inquest.
dollar's worth of Farm or Town Property, :: went to the place on complaint of the was the ring-bearer. The wedding companies one of the In the most world.reliable It, solid does Young! Whltsell was one. of the
.: .' men thus expelled from the place march for the nuptial. procession was young men converted at the Culpep. ,
goods purchased at :' 'and attempted to arrest. Carter, who played by Miss Margaret' A. liens, business, without on correct resort business to the. principals many- per meetings early In the week and
his. and l fired at Llv- who presided at the piano. he had In hi..
Lease. pointed pistol subsequently given
Timber Lands for Sale or E also did "The bride wore a white niessa. modern catch schemes to win patronage -
our store, or for InuBtoii.. He missed as so from the unthinking It Is a name as one Intending to unite with ,
!
every fired out seinl-prlncets with
who at line ,
: Policeman Livingston, gown the Presbyterian church.
dollar Carter fled the oluny lace yoke, braided in white conservative, prompt claim paying! the
paid"on the escaping negro. Undertaker Mooney shipped .
ac -: S SH. city. The cane was called to the attention carnation, braid and carried a mag- company, and wheu a man has a body to Covlngton Va.,to-d.y.
in It he Is not called to
policy upon
of bride's
and roses
counts. nf Sheriff:: Kennedy nllioent bouquet
P. M. llagnn, who traced The matron of honor was attired In worry about what the result will beitt f
FORD I IPolk Deputy .. case that policy becomes a claim. Valuable Remedy for Cold and Croup.W. .
he blow innsstllne dlr ctolr
A. Carter. to Cedar Keys, where was M peach
I arrested. gown self-trimmed, and carried, W. Gray, an attorney at Weo -
Carter Is an employe of Ihe Wllon pink carnations.. New, Rebound 'nn Fearnside = Cypress Co., and has heretofore. "The color scheme of the house School Uooks. Send for (;bamb rlalu's Cough Remedy In my .
s borne a good reputation, but It was decorations was pink and green lint ami prices. Blur tttock School 'umtly' for colds and oroupwlth good re-
evidently getting too heavy for him. which was carried Into the refreshments Supplies. ROWTO.VS/ 1'alatka, sulu. I aim to always keep this remedy -
Gainesville, The charge under. which he Is held Is .erved by the Dixie Ice cream Florida. B-38-tt In the home." S
CountyVaycros.s, a serious one. parlors. This color scheme was relieved Bold by Ackerwan-Stewart Drug Co.
Clothing :e :; by smaller masses. of whits Guardian's Notice.

Norwalk and Jacksonville Ask Y ourS splendid bouqet white carnations. Blf.tl"I dM humor, I .:rI1'B : to tno
Why not use Chamberlain Liniment the girt of lit and Mrs. V. DeL. D. County Ju Sale
Property for when.you have rheumatism? We feel Suwell. by putltlan. for lacy, and authority: to miI hull and' potato sacks if III good

Co. : sure that the result. will be prompt and "The number and value of the lit prlvntmulo.;... ,estate without.5'b.notice property, thvrollowliitfilKnrlbml at Job"Vr..akUn condition. Pslatka Ice Factory tf.
or will trade satisfactory. One application relieve wedding presents were evidence of nuthnil. And Ooro Agium ,""-
the pain amr-rankes sleep and rent pos th- e.t".l1Ilu wbloh the fair bride Is limn, minor ehllilrmi of Albert" I.. Iuu'hnn. Hives, ecaema, itch or salt rheum
sible. It has oured others why not beld. CllMOIUKHl, (..-..Itt I..>U B Kllll Will Block W. sets you orsiy. Can't bear' the touchof
For Palatka Propertl.wmmm.WNM" In the town of ETIorithomti. I'utnnm Uounty clothing. Dna,,'. OIntment,
you? Tr1 ..It. It cost but a trifle "Tha residence of the newly mat. klorlil BKNIAMINV: I LAUTIIAN. your
Palatka lirlue 35 cents 1 large sUo.: 60 ueuta For ned coupU will be at 1931 Laura QuHrUIttD. ot John Franklin.. Lnutlmn., I cures the most obsttnat "...., 1
Fla., I I Mia by Aokermsn-Htswarb: Drug Co. street, foe the prsllnt." t-1'-" sod Com Agnus Lutba. Why suffer All druggist! sell\ It.



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THE PALATKA NEWSand OPTION. WHY? Has the Honorable William Torcumseli LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAdAunt ,.
Sherman I One.Blxlh of llie dnuttMooonfltlMMUIon. fitim, H.O are tub
Did you ever pause to think of a Jennings resigned | Sally'sj "o'n..IF..lllh'' ; per coliC. 0' .u
Advertiser. from the board of trustees of Stetson out. I"oreo' (i.llt'flaiciutosi -rw !
reason why the liquor Interests of Ilinne who h >o tfr. .V ;
University or has he been directed liceh&'es.pvyvyvvyvyyvvvyvyyvyyy jitocos cry iss-sssrify'-' *. bJ: A1
erryday Oo.
Entered at the Palatka postoffloe thin state are In favor of local option ian Jorfeotty crud 1I0t nll-
as mailable matter of the second Liquor men will tell you that they to walk the plank there also? I vorllHO"1'lorco.Ooldnn bid 011.11I1111011 Inuiu ,I 1I1.00)'ory I In its I.uIvoulnoui 1
liomSu 'I,'1.0 ""01.'
oU.. ," will 01." hut '
favor local option because It Is [Copyright, IMS by T. C. MaClurs.3When Imiucos. lie I '
The bard roads of Voluslii leading omurv Uni* euro I""I""I"L "ri'Si'ilrimi;::] in
Published: at Palatka. Fla., on democratic. It I Is democratic, but In out from DeLand north, east 1 west Aunt Sally Bently came to tbe liuiiK-on-ooiiKliH, and Rnd auu bron.hlol"" jaunucil' healers

" i; Frldayi byRUSSELL. the narrower sense. and south, to the const and up nnd church there were no cushion In the i'ondttlflN wh'ub' If flat or I".erl'hrORI. roomed 01101 III cOII.llnl" I }

.. WOKE/7S. Democracy means a government down I the coast, are being used dally pews. She offered to stand half the tin,,. 'julie u tin "Dloory" u'n t limn wIl.dOIllI 0101, If ,
rat. ann 1IllhCII'' trlUll Crate Material
by hundreds of automobiles. These expense of providing thoin. Deacon gi'efl it .
"'.. A. lUSmU tiller, controlled by the people. StatewIde rcuuls are all shullfd and are the Hastings was consulted. lie had con I 'TrST'lm! :;): ':; : I'lorco"lI'runt work, 'rho 1'0..10', I ,

prohibition, enacted by a majority finest In the state. Volusla Is taking tributed half the lumber to build the Common sonnu ModU.nl, /dwlnor '.00111..Slv

I, of the people of the state, .an advanced sfand In the matter of church and the two stoves that healed< ::;:'JI.)ill of ono-uint.minim fAr ulnmiw,l>n.v..coot for of,uuu.ir, !:; '" .S": "oii!,? of all Kinds.
INFLUENCE OF GOOD hard roads. /She has already In clot'Ii ulnUlliKAililrou .L
completed -
would be democratic iu the broader It, and ha was the boss lie said he hook 01 31 ammiM" for 0 ounv .
, STORES. hundreds of miles of such Ur. H. V. ,I'loK, IIn""10. N \
sense. roads and she will until wanted no changes. Aunt-Sully mid "
keep on Teeth
Pklatka has some of the finest re- But la this tbe real reason why good hard roads are found all over nhe'd set even. Hot Foods'; Hurt Our rg Fruit and
people
L tall store In Florida. Do you want the liquor interests of Florida favor the county.-Volusla County Koo- Just what Aunt Bally meant by her There Is no doubt that most I

drugs" dry foods, clothing\ shoes, local option? Let us see. ord. ____________ half threat soon developed She came niln their teeth nnd digestive a temperaturo systemsby -
high
to church lugging a big feather taking food nt too ;
furniture groceries? You can seeur When the present constitution was pillowunder Into a hot bathIf Vegetable"Wraps.
: Christian Endeavoring. her arm, and the pillow was Ono cannot get
almost to Article'XIX of that Instrument (
In Falatka anything; adopted 112 degrees; 105 degrees
used. In her pew for a cushion. She It Is over
found And more than which provides for local On March 7th, all over our "land 100 degrees Is
be anywhere.
op.tlou or the fret," young; and young heartud bad couio In late and the sight of her Is dangerous/ tumid even
that, you can get what you want at In this state, was bitterly foughtby Christians will decide If they will walking up the aisle with the pillow warm. But from experiments made It .

right prices and under right\ oondt- : every liquor limn. in the state. try for two weeks to try to do ns' was a novelty It was mare; it wits appears that we cat meat at 115 do- I I

,, tlons. Our leading merchants ore Yet It was democratic. The prln- Jesus would If In their plane and subject scandalous-tbnt Is, Deacon Hastings ureos temperature beans at 132 ciogrees -

leaders In their respective lines. olpla of democracy wits not born to the name limitations and con so considered It, and lie opened his / potatoes at 130 degrees. The av-
L ditions. On March 21st there U to' of tea Is 125 negroes 1' .
Their stores are attractive even or- yesterday. It Is older than the batteries as soon as the benediction erase temperature Palatka Florida.
be a standing vote taken of tho.ehM'lng but can
and it be sipped
was pronounced. Never In nil bis life may
Mitlo and convenient. It may seem government at Tallahassee. decldud to xndeavor to make ,
to you that this matter of retail The liquor interests In New York, their resolution life-long. At thin. hud ho heard of such a thlug and ho not be swallowed degree8.-'roiow In large quantities) York )
tlmn there should be provided nllps hoped for the good of the cause and If it exceeds 142 r
You Illinois
stores is not very Important. PennlylvonlaIaryhLud.,
p the morals of the wouldbe American.
of puper on which those taking (this society pillow
to yourself: "Of course It and OhioIre fighting local opllun. .. --- --------
may
say flaunt step will sign their unities. left at home thereafter. ..
Is floe for ue who live In Palatka to Yet the principles of democracy Shortly after pledge curd should be "Look a-here .deacon" answered -=

have line stores, and It saves us a hold good\ In those states. given them ti> keep. If denlieU.. we Aunt Sally "I was watching you all $3,550.00 in [19
THE Prizes
lot of annoyance." But that Is all. In Alabama the liquor interests pledge will scud cards the from required Iiiterlachen numb,. r. of If through the sermon and you was DesperateCoughs _

If that U what you think, you take fought local option until a state names are given us of those wishing hitching around on the hard scat like -==

,. a very narrow and a very mistaken prohibition law was passed. Now th..IIIILnd postuRe is enclose for mailIng a boy on tacks. You mny continue to

view of the matter. that the state Is under prohibition them. Thatwa. may know how hitch If you want to, but I shan't. Thin BUSH & SAFFORD
to have would like pillar will como with me Sunday ,
Falatka's One retail stores are a the liquor dealers have become hot many printed we every ,
to know lit B 8 early a date as possible until we have pew cushions I don'tbelieve
direct factor for neutral growth.; advocates of local' option '1'boyaro I
how many societies will probably. the Lord la going to punish Extremely
Women-the good; store Is something great; stleklurs for democratic principles need curdx. Mr. Wlllard I). Price any one for wanting to be comfortable Dangerous coughs.

that appeals more to women and have with them every 1155 10. 110th St., Cleveland.. Ohio in church." perilous coughs. Coughs that Piano ContestIn

than men-all over this and adjoining brothel keeper in the state desires to have the names of all I hone "But our forefathers stood up to rasp and tear the throat and
Inking\ life >1r,11(08.Ve will forward
counties are coming to know the It Is so in every prohibition state. such to him\ If they are given us. worship," argued the deacon lungs. Coughs that shake the

reputation of Falatka's fine stores Why? Because looal option Is a step Ask each pastor to preach on Mar "Yes I know and I guess they got whole body. You need a regu- which residents of Putnam County will be award-

and they are coming; more and more backward. Not .a step toward liber 7th, and nguln on Mar. 21st both more religion In their legs than In lar medicine, a doctor's medicine eel a beautiful Howard: Piano, furnished by the Bush
limes on the : "What Would their souls If don't want me to
topic you
to do their spring and fall shopping ty. LI belly means freedom of action for such Ask & Safford Piano Co. sole representatives of
cough.
Jesus Do? Make these days of Importance come to meeting you can say so, but It a R. s.
c ti.r. because of the general excellence so far ns it may KO without tres- In the after-life of "
your I come the pillar comes along. your doctor about Ayer'sCherry Howard Co. The contest to be conducted by the Pal-
( of our stores. passing. on the rights of otheis. No, members. Let us work and pray The deacon said It was a rank case Pectoral.

This reputation fur excellence Is a not a step toward liberty but a step that this movement may. give a of heresy and be would have put her atka News, in behalf of Bush & Safford Co.
Chiint-llke Impetus to the lives of
thing which "grows rapidly and toward license. And license as applied out If he could have secured any sup w. publlBb our formula

naturally, and soon it Is established to the sale of liquor means many of Florida Endeavor young organizations people, but notoiuly port. All others advised him to lot the A from Wa banlflh our inodialnai..IODba1lJer.s' $3,550.00 m NIHTEEN PRIZES:

among; the women of taste and Influence unrestrained. liberty of action ; disregard of Baptist. Unions and KuworthLeiiKUOH. matter KO and for three months Aunt w. urge you to
taken Hold limns' meetlnura. with Bully and her pillow were features of Calculi your
/I' as something to be as of propriety; abuse of privi dootor,
/ a matter of course. All of the money lege." them if practicable on both'March7tli the morning service. But she wasn't One $400 R. S. Howard Piano will be given the

and 21Ht. Let us be "up and do- satisfied. with her victory. Summer Any good doctor will tell you that a medicine in Putnam who
residing county receives
spent In Palatka stores for millinery, Don't allow yourself to be bamboo. lug while it Is day." Tike Pectorsl-cannot person the
and the Ayer's Cherry
wits coming on, flies were coming )
f. clothing;, gowns dry goods to say zled by the liquor oligarchy's sudden UBACH] A. TOWNSKNII.Interlacheii about and she boldly broached the do Its best work If the bowels are con. highest number of votes, and .six certificates, value

nothing of more prosaic things\ Is a slobbering concern for the great Fin., Feb. !i2d, 11XJU.\ subject of protecting the church with stipnted. Ask your doctor If he knows $200 each, to the next six persons receiving the next

: direct benefit to Palatka, but the principles of democracy. screen doors and windows. anyihlni? better than Ayer's Pills for cot.
L" Mora Wheat to Coma. rect' i slnzi; l :"ins'. "! of the liver.ATArCo highest number votes.
"good Influence does not end here. A Chinese "And make a complete surrender to -.... ..,.. .oJr' Lfwll.Mn,..-
Families from the smaller places In The White Springs:! Herald remarks doctor as a punishment Baton!" shouted the good old deacon Six certificates, value $175 each, to the six per

: the county and state are continually that "If /Byd Carter Is elected for pny causing ten loads Ills of patient's wheat. death While bad carry.to : ns he grew red In the face."Don't "'Hlmll"jo"SU:. sons receiving the next highest number of votes.

; P-il- of the House Mr. Fitriis' : you try to keep flies out of
moving to the larger places. Speaker
ing tho grain be was met by a man I bouse" she asked. Six certificates value $150 each to'' the six
f atka has been getting rapidly congressional 1 aspirations will receive who asked him to come and treat your (U NDKK ANI ii HY Vi uTt'l li1.H OF .Jt'lMinittn per.
a "But: house Is not church. If tinil, Kxccutlmi I' ,
I my a t mi out of receiving the next highest number of
Into shape ta make a bid (or a severe jolt. In which case sick member of his family. "All right" the Lord wills It flies ,and intii t.lit) CiiiMilt" Omirl "'I tlio 1 Fuimhludlrliil sons votes.
that shall enter
these !Such in Mr. '/lra'II' aspirations might as said the doctor "1 will be there shortly i ,i rhiMltl. of KloH.ln hi Mini, fm. ....
people. people general this sanctuary It Is not for us to keep ,Ioh""t,, on tilt, llli clnof |Ii i>r.'iubt.i Above certificates good for one year toward the

n desire to live In a city offering' well \prepare. for the Jolt. but in the barn meantime cleaned you out,"may begetting them out." I A.Hotik l i. :HHtfi: No., %\hli'i Jof;) I suit nit:a !!1 tun Juilumi'iit: .fiiiluiiK'iiitfiit::, : I hi of ri'tonlIn |;>ntullAlnthf purchase of a new $400 Howard Piano and are
your -Scrap
f the most advantages. Uood stores "I saw you batting nt one that wanted 1 otlli'o of tin* Clerk ..( I ho hvult
ff are a big advantage. Such movements St. Augustine la making\ great Book. to light on your nose last Sunday." I'ou.t'or I'n"111111" I'uimU' ', Klorltlu' ''', In iifiiI "- transferable.
I III'11 'nllo tlimi pomllnii" In null CIrcuIt
: unless because of business preparations for the celebration' of "Womanwill be tamed as well as "Then I shall ask forgiveness for It. i nmirt for **t. .uoiu' ut ('""iluty, wlu-ioln" I 12. o. Contest closes April 9th, 1909.

I reasons, are most likely to be suggested Ponce de Leon dny during the last man!" she sold ns sbo threw down the Sister Bently, you have almost (Unorganized \"\,"''u"'I'III1""I'I'liilntlirH, mid u roinimm lli'im,' II M.Oonmintlnneui illnui4inMIH ,

by the women of the family. week In March. and the celebrationwill > book. "Yes" responded old Cynlcus this church with your feather \ "H Iti'fomliint, .* I IIIIM* li,\'li'tl iiijon'', 'M" Hiepiopom ,
.0111'" NII Id i Ik'fondtint II lid ,"hJI'1 Rules and
pillows and other ideas and must
When the migration conies it Is almost be so magnificent In characteras "for untold ages. you .LO Kiilil, .''''''NIII'111 '"fid Cx: ..euit 10".1111,1, "Itt Regulations
go no further. We were years In driv- ,...1111' piihllt o".r.lo !h,' lilirlx'nt mid" lMt
always to the city where the to attract crowds (rom all over ing Satan and his temptations out and bidder for uiiHh nt tin fiont ilnm of thtUourt 1. The) contest is to in ,
: Coin ,
living Putnam who
: 'I':: open anyone > nUIUMI
family has Into the habit ol the state.. VINOL CURES CHRONIC COUGHS i I MOHKO. ut liii, I In riilnnin, "ronntx' ,
! r- grown now they must stay out." lorldn;: ,tlurlng''' tlio li'ual IIUUIM of units on;, | to the conductors of the contest, 6r. vouched t- i ''i\, some
; doing Its shopping, or because of the "I'll pay half on the screens" she I tan '
The trustees of the John; ; It. Stetson COLDS AND BRONCHITISAfter Filter NONDVY I IN M Murir lou', reputable person, to them well known.
has obtained
reputation the city persisted.'
the ,Miiini ,iM'liiK Mnrcli lit. IIKKI' 0 iut JitfulHftloH I 2. Xo
University have appointed a committee "You would half = employe, attache or relative of the proprietors nt 'I a woveminimi -
through the excellence of Its stores. Other Remedies Fall probably pay to 4)113) tht' fo Howl UK dt'st'l Ibt'il liiiitlmmdpi ..
This to raise '2 UUUO) more for the have n fiddle Introduced here to help '''uitsii, l>'lnu nnii using In II',. uimt.t. ol ft ruts are eligible to (participate iu this contest and II pnrti-:
same argument applies, as t'uut ,
"I have been troubled with chronic uuiii. it".1..1"C Klorldn, to-i it:
well. to the manufacturer seeking unlverslt endowment, and President a out the singing but that will never boo KliiiiliiU til n Ito III,,,ioI I pitMt \\hll'll ,N uipnte I i iu no tiItl.Il net.
\ Hulley states that large cold and bronchitis for a long time If I had to a screen door to get (Iii', (Ill) I'liuliiH Nouili of tlu< 1I0'lh"II", coi'uir, ,
a open In
louatlon for a plant. Palatka recently part and have tried many remedies without of .",'11'11' \\oiit.\-foiir. 'ui I), touitsliln,t i tnt n 8. the event of a misunderstanding between caiulidai i J' 'others
of this amount hUB already bei'H Into this church I never could feel .01''"t Month of ranm- tw.miI. >M>II rJTt I ..ntl., interested thu
obtained a large manufacturing finding relief. Through tbe kind suggestion right In confidence/ thereafter." .J",'...-,' Mouth u long luiitff lilt iM'tutmt riinut'H in contest, such controversy nay be relnn il to the
plaut In competition with several pledged. This Institution, already of a friend I tried Vlnol. and my tu,,ntMiMn niitl I'''''liLt -,'I"hLfl(: mid conductors of the contest, who alone are the persons ", Hilled to
the pride .and glory of Florida, IB Aunt Sally wont home to do some nit) I.'" I hit) flllllllH tU II""pl) !*t, IlltMUM'' \\"('*1
because of this after taking four bottles am entirely ,,' 'ulI'T clitiliiH render decisions.
places, largely one thinking. She hadn't fur to go and \ { ) niul (tt)llIlIk.'o" ,tint

item of good stores. rapidly Inking rank. among the lendln cured." A. H. \Vlldo T3-8th, Avenue the barn on her place was still nearer. t\lu'iicu t tui.Iv north: ,,.I\i\\:. (t'DuliiN Oj I I ilitiln:: :niul* to \\lk\, : thtin'oMmt *to: niiolnt ; 4. In the event acandidatedecideg to withdraw from th" ui-f./ such
universities .
You doubtless feel a pride In the ( of the land. Minneapolis Minn. The files had really become a nuisance ,11"11"1I00"h" lit> <51) i'liuliiH ton point candidate. will not be allowed to transfer votes to the ,ri., lit of f another
S. McDonald 147 W. Congress 1 lioneo "wt t\\4'ntv ,toil "'""IIIH to "tie III"iuC ,
excellence of Palatku'a retail stores, Hon. Frank Clunk' has' stated In a St. Paul Minn. and though fans were permit- )1"'Klnnlnu, cuiiiiiluhm' t thli.UM.II. nnd. (HI-UK" candidate in the C'>lItpst.
( writes
I : "I con ted the deacon had a scowl for those iiiTi'H ( UUd-nMt., \itf| It.u.lt I U. IIUKV 4"1,""1'.
11 but unless you go much further than. letter to the editor of the White tracted a severe cold last wlntec and ind! of """.'>iinuiH, offtnid rniniuii' Count.\,
who waved them too vigorously. And i :
that. you do an Injustice to the men Springs Herald that he will not be a thought I would never get rid of It I besides It Is a trick to tau'tbo back of tlorliln.I'uri'huatT, to pay rot ..di-od. How and Where to Gel Votes

I II who have built them up. candidate two years hence for Senator tried Vlnol as a last resort and It baa one's neck and keep bluebottle fly at H. I.. KF.SStRI.Y'mo. :

t' There Is no single factor in Pa- Tallferro's seat In the senate. completely cured ma." a distance. She felt that she must : r mc-isS'i.Iut.MIuorIIf:! 1'11111I1111 UOttiitt'1111., The following merchants will give one vote for ever nt paid

, latka's development which Is more It Is just possIble Mr. Clark may Vlnol combines two world-famed adopt some heroic measure to call attention 1'1"llIlIlr' Attuincv.AdinliiKlrator's. 1-22-IH into thoir establishment for goods which they handle :

effective or more vital than this tonics the healing medicinal proper- to the nuisance and after
L live to regret this early decision. I'oiirn.slilo Clothngr) Co.
Notice. The Earnest Dry Good Co.
tics of cod liver oil and tonic iron dellclously
matter of good stores. three or four days tbe idea came to .
t Two years Is long time and In It .,. II. Yelvtrton Furniture. Herbert SItu, .
Crook -
palatable and agreeable to the All crtMllloror PI>INOIIH hnvlntl fliiltiiM
The big stores that are alive adver her. She bad half an acre of ground
he may do some stunt that will 115111 lint t InI'KiiiK'01 l ....hll iii, .10"11",1 The
weakest Btomarh. For this reason, sin. |, Paint kte Ilie",!!. I'rliitlng
around her house and she decided ,
"
tlllHCDlllltl. Will'
tise. In advertising themselves IMI'HKIIt t lllPHIIIIIU 1011'1 IIIB
: make him solid with the "peepul. Vinci Is unexcelled as a strength- that a couple of hives of bees would fur imviiiuiit. .\ I Clint o\\lug nuii| ,..t""'
I'r; they advertise the city In a manner builder for old people delicate children "all iiinki'' )IIIIVII..llt. tu ini" Where Voles May Be Cast: A bllUot box will hi' uedmtbt
, give: the place a more homelike look. .
: .
Editor: U Mathews OI.UHIIKVIMlKU I : I News OBice whi-ri .11 rotes
that tells.
I George of the
" !:! weak and run-down persons after She therefore engaged a man with a Allllllnlnlllltui" t K:>.llltlM, > .1]oh I;,us J,strut,,, must be cast l
-- Polk Count I)' Record has entered the"literary' sickness and for Chronic Coughs, Ucntor I'uliiiiiiifo." Kin. Jo ii. HI.. II.... liL
"A GENTLEMAN. team to go forth among the farmers 10HEMEMBCK: All votes must be cast within SEVEN HAYS from
field aim a writer of fiction Colds and Bronchitis aDd make purchase. I the ilate' of Inane imlicated In -
Be o.lof canihdate
U. LoI'.III1".KY. J Wiirull margin. sure to write the name'
'
HILI.IAKrronldunt.
The Baltimore ''
Sun recently offered and Is now R'rlndllll.out\ "The Confessions Just whether tbe good woman on every ballot.

a prize for the best definition of of Kdmund: Ithondee" for VJNOli: Is Sold in Palatka by timed the man to get back on a Saturday Huc\ and Troa

h the word "gentleman." More than. the readers of his paper,"and all at Ackei-mnn-Stewurt Drug Co. night will never be known but It Is uniloeiruble SolicitIng\ votes the by candidates 0'1' friends within the' stores diatrl Imtsng voteS
by
I 800 replies were received, but few of the price of a single subscription. did coma out that she advised him to The G.. Loper Bailey Co proprietors. .. __ _
Quite Diffarsnoo.
I which were frivolous In character. From the consular service of the e leave his wagon and the hives In the ----
First Commlllln-Whnt's the differunro .:=:: -= --: -.-:.-= IIII
These answers were submitted to a United States to a seat In the Florida between, beautiful alley near the church over Sunday Fire Insurance: :

board of Judges who after a careful legislature was going down some furl l n codfish, a Second Comedian young" girl .And suspiciously enough some folks III! -== :Eutc..s'JC.: : .a.rt'C.: :: Cy

i examination of all the replies were but that drop was. as nothing compared Give It up. First Comedian-Ono has thought she did not attend church on Leading American and Foreign! : 1 PALATKA FLORIDA.
It rained and her '
r unanimous that the definition submitted with the perils which beset n chnnco to become n fall bride and Sunday. Saturday Drugs Chemicals Druggist Sundries and
rheumatism was worse.Sunduty i! ,
r and signed by "J.V.. W." Editor Mathews poised on the brink the other to become 1bnll fried.- morning brought hot weather Companies Patents. I

was the best. Tbe author was foundto of the abyss Into which he Is now Brooklyn Eiiglo.Superabundance.. There was the usual congregation Accident Insurance ESO//PT/O/VS/ OAFtEfUL.L.Y
QOMPOUND&O.
be Dr. John W. Waylaiid of Clinrlottesville peering with apparently envious and doors and windows stood open : Ifi malta GARDE SEED Lute.Pit .
A.ent Mullorf 81.am.hlP
F Va., an Instructor in the eyes. Won't some one please grab and the flies frolicked. By no possibility The Travelers of Hartford = sSIl1
"Did that discover hn- +===s-
University of Virginia and n writer this man before It Is everlastingly too manager" any could Aunt Sally have known

I of experience and reputation. Dr. late and he hns fully entered upon mor"Yen In. ,"your answered play the gloomy author. that a certain boy would come loafing Life Insurance
:
1 Wayland's definition follows: his downward course? Think of aInch "Fie said the whole thing was a joke." along that street at 11 o'clock on his

i "The true gentleman Is the the I way to the river. Neither could she
. man occupying; proud position of Exchange: The Old Reliable
whose conduct proceeds from goodwill have told that be would halt on seeing "Oermania
responsible editor of a great reform
t and an acute sense of propriety the hives and the bees flying
\ weekly In a growing\ sacrificing The Dost Lullsblo. Life" of Xew
county
and whose self control equal to .all around nnd after two or three minutes York
f emergencies; who does not make the \ his exalted position In the The motherly womnji who has raised pick up three or four rocks and

. poor man conscious of his poverty, financial world to bncoma writer of half n dozen children can beat all the send them against tbe hives with a Marine -1
Insurance
\ I,. the obscure man of his obscurity or society fiction. It..mlnds us of the divas thot ever "dove" at singing lullabies smash. Of course the bees resented :
man of his
any Inferiority or deformity that lull. Galveston
really -
r ; who Is himself humbled If necessity ralllnl.of\ the pure and beautiful News. It. They weren't taking any sass off The

,' compels him to humble another snow In the poem by the same name a tow headed boy The trouble, however Leadimff Companies

$ ; who. _does not flatter wealth with so many_authorship claimants. Boa Franklin was"tbe oldest signerof was that the boy put on rapid ( Health
cruiKo utfiure power or uoasc or Oil th. Declaration of Independence. transit and got away. In bunting All Claims Promptly The Reign of

. t own possessions or achievements; William Bolton one of the el fe- around for his trail the bees found .
who speaks with frankness but always Settled -
f with sincerity and sympathy. crackers who Implicated. in the PEOPLEVB KNOW. the open doors anjj windows of the

,; and whose deed follows his word; "robbery the bunk at Green Cove church and they reasoned that one Office. 8H Front* I Health should always be safeguarded
I kind of meat was as good as anotherfor PAT 'TK*. Tr.,
who thinks of the rights. and feelings' Springs\ several years ago and who and jealously at
; of others rather than of his own; who ihot Sheriff They are Palatka People and What them and they entered. Three zealously
was badly by Wpttks because
appears well in any company and minutes later tHe congregation was European Restaurant all times. Disease is Continually
who Is at home what. he seems to be of resIstance. at the time of his They Say Is of Local Interest. going out. They went out tbe handiest ?

.broad-a man with whom honor Is arrest, Is back at his old tricks and Whon an Incident like the following way and without decorum. There Furnished Rooms trying to start an insnrrection ana l

sacred and virtue safe." the authorities of Mississippi have occurs right here at home It Is boundto were shouts end shrieks and walls, Hot and Cold Baths., overthrow good health.KIDNEY .

It Is doubtful this definition can offered a reward of $:!OO for, his arrest. carry welitht with our readers So nnd the two doctors In tbe village had AtCHAS your

he Improved. Bolton was convicted and sentencedto l many strange occurrences go the roundsof I their bends full for the next three

one year ln.the state hospital for days. 'J :it
If any new counties are formed on the press; are published as fai-U KUPPER USCti'S
this Job In Ureen (Jovo but Somehow or other Satan didn't
the east. coast by action of the legislature Springs people become skcptloal. On' one sub. Into I'llatklFII\.
I' come possession. He didn't two
because of the CURE
excellent treatment
the first one should certainlybe ject skrptlclara Is rapidly disappearing.This weeks later when the building was ------------

named "Flagler," In honor of the given him there was well on the Is due 10 'the actual experience of screened nor six weeks later, when -VIJ:1TJE'S: 2 .

man whose work made that section road to recovery several months before our citizens, and their public utterances tbe pews were cushioned. They even Is a preparation everyone olJ or young

what It I I. today-the winter beauty the expiration of hU sentence. regarding them. The doubter must put In a furnace and parlor organ and Cream Vermifuge needs at this time of !the year to fortify

When he was discharged. from the doubt In tbe face of such evidence painted the In
'; highway the world. no more building time. against dilutee that may be lurking in (lie
hospital at the of
his
expiration sen- M.
as this. The public statement of QUAD.
The more we read of the-testimony fence. he was In /fine physical condition. a reputable citizen living right at home, -- THE GUARANTEEDREMEDY I lyitem all win- Every dOle of Rexall

la the Carmack murder trial now in P. J. Riley! one of Bolton'spartners one whom yon can see day leaves Then morac'a'arrb 'hl..t'onnf' the r Kidney Cure remove disease so much
every ..
country thnn all tiller oil. put together, 4
progress In Nashville. Tenn., the In the Green Cove Springs no ground for the skeptic to stand on. ami until (110 hurt fnw. rear woe uppoau'l to lia WORMS further from you. .
,
more the case appears like deliberate Job. and who was sentenced to 15 ;J. E. Marshall, lawyer living at bOil Inctirnnla.KmuoiinrAd'For It a.a local icrvat. oil.mat.......lieU yo\r pnMorllmil doctor*. Two Size Bottles SOc. and $1.00.

cold-blooded murder. What a years In the penitentiary, has since KlibySr., Palatka, Fla.. sayst I pro. '.., And by constantly rnl tnff to ,

pity the settlement of such a case been pardoned by our great, warmhearted cured Doau's Kidney Pill at J U aces able.with 0" Ipncn local boa treatment proven, prnmtunoml nt
could not hare. been pardoning. board although Hanifhton'u drug store, and used them .1 and therofore .eqlllr.."con Ackerman-Stewart Co.
placed In the fur backaches. with thn most benetlulal lltutlonul, IroAlment. Hnll'B Catarrh Cure, Drug

hands of a Jury of Intelligent cltl- he had admitted that he was a professional results I highly recommend theIr use Ohio miiniifitotiir la the only l>r 1'eonrttltutlonal.J. "hriney It Cure Co.. Tole on thamarket. .,. THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE

lens, rather than that Its decision safe cracker. It Is said to any person Iu need of a reliable kid- III..,...n 'Internally In 01..... from ,It 0) sawass or ,..,, TONIC. -

should rest with 13: men who never that Bolton and Riley are again" operating city remedy." Cr0 blood' ,. to stud a taaiipoonful.rouooiia surfaces' It Hota of tllmotiy the' aya on'em.'hue TM. SesUIrle pncMmo.aTlo.ONLY.. SY CHAIRS nECA EDApply U. M. O. loaded shells. tell izes an4 of

read a newspaper or anything else together-and all because of For sale by all dealer. Prlcn 50 oxnts. They offer one hundred dollar. Cop any raaa It Ballard-Snow Liniment: Co. AyerllO* H*dl(("' corner Seventh and T shot-4's, irs and t'salllok"le8.! l
., .
falla "
to cUre Bend for circular
and
Foster-Mil: burn Co., Buffalo New York IVNtlmo- .. OrlIIIKerl'fORt -
and at least one of whom boasts. that this abuse of the pardoning power In able' Louie, MO. L'Lur,1Itreetl./ Orders promptly black powder at A. _
I
sole agents for the united States ...... exeeut..d.
L Ad. T.1. CHBNEY CO Sold
Toledo,0. and ,
ba hssn't looked the hands of Florida's board of rccoinnn d d
In Pit.
a In by tb
newspaper Remember the same-uoan -and : Hold by DruwUtt prlea TII
au 7.arl." don. take no other I Take Ball family Vllls ootutlpatloo.-- Ackerman & Stewart. i See Orainster ror "groceries Best In BEST:\ BUTTER paonU say lu the city. ?",

. : In the olty. Prices always reasonable, take tb.ir word for It'A&lrsuDI'







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City Hews Capt. Goo. IT. Bonoli of Savannah

_crescent \ a former Crescent City businessman FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

and one of the founders of
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ffi ; !I1Yi' Weather Kcport.JSJfKSrJSBl1""for; ; :::- --- Beach & Miller Line St. Johns LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective, January 5, 1Q00Ito.
rlvor
Y; Btonmi.ru, spent Saturday and
InrF':: :.'i the w.ok olld.Inx. U9 010. 86 No. itS No. ii No, ta No. 74 No. 80
i Sunday hero nnd was busy seeing L For ZIALY DAILY DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAiLY
j i Garden Mm. old friend ,. With DAILYDAIXXJDALLY_
Fresh for for him was Hon. 9 en pm 10 pin [ .o 7 ItO eta Lv..Jackeciville, : 41) t it
inssssssj a.. m. I m. .- sii II lire 21 hr. John R. Stilts mayor of Klamath 10 to pin : 50 pin ::110 sin a 00 ate: i.V..Nt.Ailritite.: :: :: : r-3. i3 pm pta: 6 80 I iou:m 10 48 cm I'm gIT:
lit 7. 7x u 68 phi It 88 pm II 67 am 048 SIn I.v. It.t. l'IIIII'kll
/ It
m 610 pui' II 46 pitt' 0 411111I 0 If sat
gJSeed I .. !10iitilny.hUoUilty! .. Ill.0 IoU 7. fe 70' Ul"S. Hunch's tails, Oregon who has been Cupt. 'i'is.am' 'e'r.iJ'j.iii tg: p pin: ii n'am t:;... Ormouai Orload.1.::, : .lv, 'jj'jj.j 'jii; .. : r.: pu ito: ihr inn' Tit cm

S 1 Planting 111. TiiB.ilay., .. OH w //l.J ?,, /" guest In Savannah for some Lame 186.m 700pm 46plD tt4osin ',.....Da "' "" ....Ly 1121 "pm 844 I.m 1301 nlll,, n.m
Spring II.Wodneailiiy.. Thunday. .. II IT M IHI lit 41 wucks. During their stay here these c .- m :: ? slpin iliplim:: ills pm: i.v..Nw8invroa.Ly: : : :H::: : M pm: SvOna 841 sn
I1 70 w 70 8 55 pin B 20 pia ill) pin iv..Ittimlilo.,,: :.Lv. 1 :
4&iu 0 riO
2 95
make 111. Frluay.I . 07 in M) 7, mK :: gentlemen were the guests of Mr. .. ...... .......... .... ....... III pn, f.v..Oeua .. .. .Lv 10 H I"n ....pin .n ant

45 ft Jeof"SuSTagarden own and vegetable U. WILLIAMS.:ObMinnr. and Mrs.. Win. M. Miller.. They left .a.ii..m. .9.11 pm.:: .S.i!.pm. I be It i'm pin: ly. ::_.F.mi krl't\ : ::: I a t: I pm'ii I:dli,pin.' .

your on Monday for Savannah. ......... .... ...... .......... s 00 pIn tv.. .Molhutrne.. .1., U ill sun" ..... .

flpp1y. of ."" "" "" "" "" "" ."" ,'" ; Mr. and Mrs. 1C. Itorsen Back Tiosm SOlsm:: 1120pm 100am::: 7 St5pm ibpm:: OOpnLv.10pm:,: Ar.W.l'ainBae'b.Lv: :.Ft.PIorre; \ .L.vlUlOim'7 itO: so:: 'ltiiOan 541am:, J :::: r..:::
K Assortment gave a SOSsm .... ......IIIOpm 700pmAr..PslmIl0..h..Lv 71O.m! 080Rm .
Blc : launch party Wolakn, on Saturday 10 50 .m IOO.m 10 26 pm 10 15 put Ar......Miami' ....Lv 440..11 7 Ill am "
ffl Card Views. 111 Personal and Social 111 III honor 1120.m I 40 SIn ........ ....... L...... MI.IIII..A ... ...... .......... "
SfQAL of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 12 2'A pm ..lIome'olld..Lv' .... ..

Agents for Waterman'sjjj ."" "" "" ""' ''''........'''''''. 3arn..r and Miss\ Lynn of Covlngton a S e its pm ... Log, ... .
.
jjj Fountain Pens. Miss MuthlH spent Monday In Pa- I'onii., who were Kiieats nt Grove J :. : ;: : : ; :. :.. }tey..Lv..6:i : ; : :. .??...' .}- sin
'
'I. Hall. There .......... ... .. 00 "m ... ....
latka. were nineteen In the ,
.
I Lounds Drug Co. party. The 0s117 evoept 5tio,1. Trattis 010 nohtop at Klnllnn..t which no time I...hnwn.P"'L"TKA .
Robert and U. JI. Williams spent a I ) run wan made to Welaka -

ft orescent City Fla. couple of days in Jacksonville lust a distance of Ii5( miles In 8 a nRANCIl

week built and .10 minutes. More than Lea.. Eel EABT P..LATKA TO ArrIve Leave PAL"'TKA 1'0 EAST Afrlnn.t:

91 !fiFififiYfiYY1!: !: !: ; Tho hotels and two hour' were spent at Welaka Paatka PALATKA I'nlolla i'nlntk PALATKA PAI..tl.82O.m .

----- In Cresnent boarding liousos where the excursionists", were royally An aching back is instantly relieved by an ..."....No. 46( DAII,......._. 8 dl O.m 8 Ire am 47 DolI'......_. 6 05 .m
City are Jllled with 0110.10 ..... .../010.46 ... _. e
received and where the had D..1I7. so sin 0 O.m 49 1'7......._. 7 10 am
party a'O.m ..."_.../010. 50 DAily.......... 9 00 an', 016 am M 1>.117....... ill am
Have Your Eyes guests. dinner. The return trip was made application of Sloan's Liniment. 'M am ...__../010.601>.11'.......... 1010.10 1180 am OR Dall'........".. 11 110 am
The In 10 O .pm ....."./010. 14 l>.n7..... .. 12 21 pm 900( I"n .No. M DnIl7..... .. 82O..m. ',
young people' Indulirod in aVILShIlhgtoll's 8 hours and 80 minutes. It was an 4 !2'J pm ....._./010. ID.II,. ... .. 4 40 1'm 4 4t pm ai .lIy......_.. 000 pm
Tested I Free. birthday dunce at V. Ideal day and tho guests all enjoyedthe This liniment takes the place of massage and I 50 pm /010. CUt 10 tin 1120 U II1R ru ))all'........ 40 plO
lhtily..e
1166 00 10
pm sun it 2U sin 01 D.lly. ...... 40 am..
I. I. A. hall. outing on Mr. Borsen's elegant
is better
than
'
thoroughly; com- launch. sticky plasters. It penetrates- SAN MATEO DllAN Il 'cLeaviEset
in experienced. J. B. Kimball of Knosburg Falls, _ _

, aeMit Optician representing the Vermont Is a guest lIt Grove Hall The new hard, road which Is to con- without rubbing-through the skin and muscu-'( EAST PALATKA 'ro "'rI.. .IIllr '-v.s.n BAN M..TKO TO EAST ArrlveEutpal.tka '.
Atlanta Oa.. BAN MATEO lolaloo itutec. I'ALATKA. Palatk
I Ha kes Oo., for a time. fleet Central live with Crescent City .
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lar tissue right to the bone the blood
: till, nt our Btore for TIIKEEmY9 Ja,. Pucltfett, sr., who him been Junction was completed In so far as quickens ,] 7 45 am 49 011 .In 5 ;:;T. ... oo JlolI'.......... 188.m

March 21", SS and their 2O, quite 111 for sumo time Is now able to the county': work Is concerned, last relieves congestion, and gives permanent as- 1'.l0 pm .No. oa Th1i.N. it pm 9 W l.ln F..I'0.' .. 64 1>ully...........410 pmNo

and nil who desire can have be out again- week, and Is now being laid down well as relief. No. 20 01 No. 19 N.uo.;,, 1'00. 1S 11ia18 No 22Rim.

,vei txamlned Free of charge. Mr. and Mrs. A. Klwood of south Prospect street under the sup- temporary oni7 BII. 00W Daily 50010 MAYPORT BRANCh. Daily Bu. only Dan7

pint-Claw Optical work guarnu- vision of Aid. \V. B. Campbell 2 00 pi, 010 am S 00 pm 800 aliI Lv..Jsclit.oivllle..Ar I 80 ao 1 00 pin b 00 pin
Rochester, N. Y, arrived Inut week 240 10 iO sa 5 40 .40 l.v..I..blo lIu. ..... .. .
the d..te. pin pm Inn .Iv 6 it O am n .2 I. pm 4 JIJ "m
teed. Remember who has been giving up a lot of his 2 45 .pin II) 83" Sal 5 Itt pn, S.e.m l.v..AtI.lllln lIoRoh..Iv, 641 Dill 12 la 4111
for a stay at Drove Hall. time to this public work without Sloans a 00 pta 11 10 RIO 7'hi pm 000.10 A'. .. .. ilnvtnt/ .......... I.v n 80 em "II flqni pm 4 cop I'm,,

Lounds Drug Company, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dunlin of Voile! thought of reward. It Is expected / re. 1 o.imyIre. 1 D.II, Or.n,. CiIy Rrsechlt.o S D"', Ho. 4 D.llINO., F D.II, S..lu.d Br...,, I'.. 10 DUiIp ',

Crescent City, Fla.' Maine, are ntnotrr| the pleasant arrivals that/ thin road will he nearly' If not 06 pIn S OO.m to. Oe 'w,... lI'n I. pin 'WFa f.V..tituallie..Ar I
00
.......,.... .. ... I.m
4 10 \000.'" H.I. 11 iii
pm aol a 4. V 80 A.8nlllurd...
of the week sin
Grove I'm Lv.
past' nt 1000 am
> .. ...
.
tills week. The _
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quite completed ZJ 4 'lO pm IOS0.m 011'.1..1100.'", 4 iO pin' ...
Hull. town's part of thin. road will costneitiby Linimenthas 4 2. jun 10 411 sin At 001. Oll..u .1. II 00.", 4 M pta......
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4 IWw Co.'oo.' ..... .. MiamI with P. a O. 8. .. Co. I.. N..u 11,8mm. 1".0..
Mr. und Airs Thos. \v. Knits and $1,000 but $JOD of which i is torTa
Ccan.rtins m... .1 Snlhts Kn wII' P. a O. tI..,.. Cn. lot Ky West mod It...... CU," _
M, H, READ, Miss Butts of Now Yolk city were I contributed from the town trea .- ..

1 week end KiiusU for two or three I lily and the balance by private subscriptions no equal as a remedy for dTh.flr.I..,:,IThS., bul TAR5; .1,1, rrIL.I show. or 11.5 den,U,5,"ire.ci wileS' .5. Halo.II;,,... .coy: .:.I..xp.eIpd n.,. suns a,,iI..d andy., no cdii, .Me.d.p.n U.:. Comp.sy from .5.
.
ESTATE. 5014 limIt t..p.nilble" tot e-l.p or .ncon...,..... arl.l.s, .iwnfr..m.P05 .
REAL days at Grove Hall.Tho ... und III donations by the Rheumatism
Neuralgia, or any COPY OP Tn" LOCAL TIMU CARl OiL OTHIIU"'ORM..TION ....iTH" T lelll!r AC.ENT.a
V. I. A. It Is a good, work and one
Fla. supper given Uy the V. I. A. I. D. ItAHN8R. Assistent 0..1 Pssssng.. Agmit 51. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
Crescent City, ladles at the hall on 'Tuesday evening I that calls for nothing but praise for pain or stiffness in the musclesor j .

I of last week for the benefit of 'all who have been Instrumental In joints.
I Howe property-"Ores- ]
The securing It.
town's hard, road fund '
the the win a big Price 2G cent Hlll"-ls now on mar Rev. Jqlin 11. O.ivls, pnator' of the
success both socially fltntncliilly.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston Mas U. S. A. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
ket. 1 Nearly. $80 was reallzitd for the road. Mothodixt church .states that It Is ,

Particular attention given; to l the purpose of his soci !ty to erect a Sloan a book on horaaa,eattla,aheap and poultry aent fr ..
The Eighth Annual beSHlon of the
I Creicent City property listed small but; neat pnrnuimga on the lot .. Conl1nission Merchants. I
Souttt field Bible Conferencn opens -' -
"'Ithme. I text' north of the church during the
tomorrow night. Large uuiiKreirn-
e" coming summer nnd that all members -- Tomatoes I Pine
bus will (111 the. big auditorium I Apples
church nnd congregationare
of the LAKE COMO.
WILAKANOTES.
I the Sundny service All elijoynblcfeature _

J: :: sr: of these sessions will be I the now working to that end. Mr. I and Early I Oranges
.A._ Spsc. Davis says thnt he will take )personal Mr. and Mrs. Force of Montclair, Some fine fish have been caught In
gospel singing in charge of Itev and N. J., are guests ut the Highland the waters around about here during ,
and thus ;
chargH of tho building save
Dentist. Mrs. L. S. Chafer. which lioime. the past week ; Capt. D. C. Packard Vegetables I Grape Fruit
the large part of the cost
-.-- Mrs. L. A. Huilbut expects to nr- Mr. and Mm. Frank Wllllnms and caught one buss that weighed seven
would go; for labor. He Is sure that !Mr. and a half pounds Mr. C. B. Scud-
and Mrs. BroiioU, of New York
.
, OIBo at nmlilonce troapeot Btr..t.rre rive in Crescent City this week from 279 St NeW' YorJI:
der Washington
FloridaSt. the necessary funds will be forthcoming city, are guests at All View Cottage. of New York caught one that .
.cent Cltv. Norwalk, Coun. It Is understoodthat and the house bnllt without weighed eight pounds ; every body is
Mi'U., BroiiRon Watcrhury, Conn., having fine luck fish Ing.
for the Mr and Mrs. debt. The ;
present contracting any!
I 10 visiting! her children Mr. and Mrs.
Johns River by Daylight. Hurlbut will BO to hoiispkevpliiK in Methodist church Is now holding Pitch Bronson who have rented the A. S. Thompson president and

, the Ira C. Pratt residence In the service oil the first '11I111 third Carter cottage for the season. general manager of the Hart Line.
The Beach & Miller Line spent a couple of days here during; $24.80 to Washington D. C. '
north end or as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Hundnys of each month, the congregation Dan Fowler of Philadelphia la Tlsinir the week visiting friends.Mr. ,

Into their new homv. and with Pastor ,! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Pratt move are large And Return.
Steamer CUESC13NT.LavMlack ;; ;; Mitchell.Mr. and Mrs. Jenklng and two
Miss Lynn nf Covington Term., Uavls In the lead, this church has a Husted of Tarrytown. N. Y., ladies of Como visited here one day

.onTllleonTueadayaTliundayliadS I a sister or Rev. L. R. Lynn pastor bright prospect for a year of useful is a guest at the Highland House. during the week. Atlantic Coast Line R. R. '

.Uirday. .11:80: a. m. for Oreen Cove, of the Presbyterian church at Palatka woik.] Miss Alice Whiteside of Puintka Quite large party of ladles and

P.I.Ut Cnwcant. City and prlnolpal VfJlaudlDff spent Saturday and BunUny Goldsmith II. Williams, a former hRs returned home after a visit with gentlemen, from here visited Palatka .
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. X>. Mitchell.\ during the week.
! here guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. opular resident of the place and Account Inaugural Ceremonies
RllnmIIlK.I.a..O.t.lt'on, ; We Garner or same one
dill.,Prld.)'. and Hondayi at 0:110: a. m. !Miss Potter of Cleveland, Ohio are Misses Bray of Nashua oame up in President-Elect Taft.

1 l..klOlI.IlI..b.rf footot LaUra etroet. who were guests' for SOIIIH two ormatlon intel government of the the guests; of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Nye's launch and spent the day Tickets sale Feb. 29th March 1st 2d and 3d
63 weeks at Grove Hall. place In tho early days Is due here date Mrs. Davidson Is the daughter ; last Thursday. on ,

,, Telephone week visit to his sisters of Mr. and Mrs. Gates, and her final limit to reach original starting point not later
this on a
..1.t..hR.rnntnt.mnn "rt.I O'a, 1'Jo und grapefruit shipments ; hosts of friends extend the most cordial TheVelakia Hotel is doing a splendid -
I are still going forward from this IIlId brother Mrs. Henry Hutchlnson, welcome to her. Her husbandwill business this winter and E. S. than midnight March 10th.

: E. T. (LARK Traffic, Alnnnger, and there Is stilt 'a hinge crop the Misses Clarissa mid Bessie Will.ims join her later In the season. Miss Green the proprietor expects to Great Military Parade.
place and Mr. Kgbert D. Williams.t Potter has visited Como once before add eight eight or ten more rooms
I Jacksonville Fla. of the "Han's' late" variety ,awaiting that hn would ar- and made many friends who will be to the hotel during the summer. For detailed information, rates, schedules, reservations,

shipment. Thu steamer Crescent was expected delighted; to see her. Those registered during the past few see nearest ticket agent call on or write to
and remain for your ,
specially big load of Ive' Wednesdny days are Mr. and Mrs. D. U. Douglas
! carried out a Lufe Gates has returned to his
Nw York at leant a week. 111 Williams is Ohio. While and children of Toledo Ohio; Mr
The home at Cleveland
Crescent City Transfer Co., fruit Oil market Monday.has shown a steady low a manager of the United Fruit here he was a guest; at, tile Highland; Spencer ice IClklns Peabody, Miss ,Elklns Mr. and of Mr.London Hor-, A. W. FRITOT. T. C. WHITE. :

ITwtt! Jackauiivlllo.
oral year has been making hIsheld'Ulrtel'l The citizens of Como met Saturday H. Tyre, of Palatka: Mrs. Emma :

tloo Nla"'-.!. trains by appointment. appears permanent.' In Centrar and South evening; at the residence of Mr. F. Waldron, Pomona; N. P. Sears and W. J. CRAIG Pass. Traff: Mgr., Wilmington, N. C. ;
funds
Chnrtley, Wheeler In to raising
of regard! !
8. M. LABEEE. ManaRer Harry P. Sturdy West Indies. His son Sanford.Mr.: .
his father America and thc for a town hall. Many Interesting .. .
Is here on u visit to in and Mrs. BronelllIIr. and Mrs. -- ---- --- -
Mass., iresont Held of operations) I lit speeches were made..and, a committee
him Is a gueut ot Grove and three Frank Williams and Mr. C. C. Sulllvan : :
and with South. America. It of six (three ladles
B. B (Gulann
HARRIS, Hall. This pleasant young mini l Is Dutch real pleasure for all our gentlemen ) were appointed) to solicit of Como visited our little town MALDYcoMP.N'! '; AT&tzpA
remembered by many of our will be a funds. It is hoped they will meet for a few hours Sunday. ,
Barber kindly older citizens to greet Mr. Williams wiSh success, as a hall would be a
Mrs. Bennette of Jacksonville
arrived -
by reason of former COMPLETE LINE Ot MODERN URTO-DATE MAC1II'4EgYGrT.1ii&Btfir ( .
young; people decided Improvement and us a public -
again. Saturday and is visiting Mr. *
f'HKSCENT: CITY.-y visit several years ago and nil are library will be in connection withIt and Mrs. Brewer. lDwILL SAve'vou'MONEV'

him buck. WORN ou'rThnt's would make it very pleasant and WE HAVE1l.tfST1'OltTA9hESAWMl It.

A dean el"11. and a clean sntlsfno- glad to see full the way you feel about the lungs be dtiita advantage to the town, Mayor Borson of Crescent City OUTFITS OMTHEfMARKET; AND VARIOUS

tory SIM\ nnd Hair Cut Kuiiron-; The News could not learn particulars when you have a hacking cough. Its Its residents and tourist visitors. brought a large picnla party over OTHER MACHINERY STOCK

teed. Ti, \ me. tf.NOT1CI3 ./ of the Methodist church'sWashington (oollnuacBS' to l.'t go on ami trust to luckto Mrs. Phebe Melts and Miss Susie Saturday In his handsome gasoline WE ALSO CARRY SAWS Of ALL KINDS, '

party on 1'lIesdllyeve. got over it, when Mallard's. More- Carson entertained at a birthday supPer launch and spent several hours here. KI-THGk. AMP Mil-. SUPPLIES.SEND i .

net proceeds of the ioiiud Syrup will stop the cough and In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Mrs. George E. McLaughlin Is here ron CATALOGUE ANT>
FOR PUBL1CATIOV. nlnir, with the I attendance heal the lung( i'oiit Carson. A most delicious sup visiting her daughter Mrs. Dr. W. TESTIMONIALS. WE HAVE OHBOP8USIHI88

Depart owlet of the Interior. sale and supp"r, but the Prlco 25o;; 500) :$1.00 per bottle. per was served to which the !guests A. Brewster.C. ONI-Y1 AND THAT' AT '
:
V.I. LtilllOVKIOI AT OAIKBSrll.1.11, :Vt-A. was large and II. nent sum was reiilIzed Sold by Ackermnn-Stowart Drug Co. did Justice. 'l'he evening was spent L. Greenwood has just had three ABOVE ADDRESS.

Jnnuury intli 10<111. for the parsonage fund Mr. In social chat and the game of handsome gas lights put In l.ls store A POSrAk CARD wilt B3lHa OUR SALBSMAltre fell -
'Nollco I In hereby uivtm that, WUIInm T. represented Ueorge. and M I.rob... "Hearts" was played. Among those and one in his pool room. CURauARAHTEt WLUPROTtCT YOU.
coi, of (* .rumay,, Florida' who oil lieumtarlHih W. M. Maull of the ark" he said -I present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard -
h\'''. .. llomoitend Kiitrv o No.iHrrlnl Beeves, Martha \\ ushiiiRJ. "Speaking
: Miss Ida with bIonhi'e Gates, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gable Mr.\ BABY HANDS
ad2 at play -- --
l No.u7 for WS of N..W: anil NS I so W a little boy
ofC.tHiTUoii 'l'own.h.p Vnoutli. Kiinnupm ton. other day. I watchedhim and Mrs. Claude Monjnr Mr. and
>.,'1"lInllA."o Alias I ant the Mr. and Mrs. C. O. will got Into wlochlof-oftea It means a M Q Q 2M
!Miirhllnii luui mud not.of daughter ;Mrs. Tom Carson
and ] nil the Master's\ Sale.
I? liiti'imon to nIke, It hat Five 'Yinir A. Malcolm IthUtild put aboard all the people) Sullivan and Katharine, Mrs. A. E. burn or out or soald. apply Dullard'sSnow Special U
""". to HiubiiHh oliilm to the land aliovwvrllMI. Malcolm of Jericho. Long ] and then I saw Urn Liniment Just as soon as the acal '
Sadie. paluted animals, Gable, and son Albert of Macon ta.. AWD fly TnnTi7ii OW .1 OhtC'iiltX OP
nt :'(linlnuNvillii. lu.roro', Florida the Kuul, on.U the r und It.oulv..r/( arrived on Saturday night for place carefully In a sheltered spot twotiny Miss Oleo !Monjar Miss Susie Carson dent happens( and the pain will be rellev UsnKR: cloHim> find naln I romhmHl' In tile Grove Hall .
Court of tlui Eighth Jmllulnl Circuitof ,
Jln..,, Ito, wetk.and ., ed while the wound will helll quickly Circuit
annual\ visit of a few splinters of wood. Mrs. Pheba Butts, and Percy tho Suite of Florida, 111 .ml for Plltnniil ,
Ulnlinniit' namm nn wltni-iaeit melr ?' I asked.'Them's and nicely. A sure cure for sprains, by the Hon. JanieH T.YIile.. Juduo ::; Crescent City'a popular hotel, I
Rului A. IIr uiual at Urll\ VtVtiat are they, my son Monjur. _ _ (Jolinty.>.
) fl", of lirniwny, Florldn. ore stopping as he. Rheumatism. and all pain. ; of i>ld "ourt.ittoi l time 14th. day ot J''f' .'l renovated, clean and airy, is IJ:
o.JtI'UllrY'IIl': Jr.. of dtrruwiur. Klorldn known to the microbes, sold A. I). 1WW.i wherein Joseph J. ...
well HAMLET Price 21o. 600 and $1.00 a bottle. : "
are for under
of URr", Florldii. Hall. They occurred to we before conipliilniint. ntul Marie 1.. Cunnoi'iy| John again open the season
Wyley li WUklui.nn.otciirri"'uv KlorldnHENBY of the place- and all are gad .It had never have been a had molanuholy. probably caused by an Sold by Ackerman-Stewart. Drug Ce.I B. tin,,00oiy mid John C..11....,.., itru ,"'1.,1. the mainifrpment of W.M. (.3. jN
M! ul-HiliH. people the usual henitywelcome. but tuero must of courso Inactive liver. A bad llvor makes une I tilts, anil wherein tile underpinned win up1oiiiti'il | ; :NORTON. U

_- ktUijltUi.orIcL to extend them u._" v.nn...' blair of microbes In the nrta.-Har. cross and Irritable causes mental and Notice of Application for Tax: Deed .. property i4jcllli horenwitfr. Mahler,, In deNcrlhetl Chancery I to HluillolTnr "ellth Jn the.midst of the best oraiiro .

They are mmIil.smost ver's Weekly. physical depression and may result disastrous Notice Is hereby given that Mrs Eliza for sale, at public auotlon for raah, to m, ( growingai'ction of }'borirj:I l
FOR PUBLICATION.t winter guests. the" hltfheHt" mm bout bidder l I at tilt) frontdoorof :: d.... Fine boating fishing and Uq
popular
y of oertlfl
both A. A. Hart, purchaser tax the Court llouiw In tile Olty ot 111 Iatka I-
|inrtment of the lotet'lor Presbyterian Methodist and The Honest Way. Balfard's Herblne Is acknowledged cate No. 877, dated. the 1st day oJul Putnam County FlorIda' on tim.. bird shooting. Keailllful views"of B .

V.I.LANI ( The will not hold service "Money? Pooh!J" wclulmcd a suejessful to be the perfoot liver regulator. If you ,-, A. D. l IDOl! bus filed ...1.1 oertlfiVoatft FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, A. I>. IDOll, I I.i Crescent Lake from hotel UM .
PHUB FJ.A.v.
AT OAINKHVILLK, churches bottle verandaH. to Bteam- U
Baptist blue and out of sorts get a Handy o
contemptuously. are offlue ami line made, application -
in In
January '"th. I'IOIJ.I the two Sundays of the financier A euro for billions head- ) holnittlio drat day or "aid month durlni boat landing; Hoard by week B '
during of waking today. positive for tux. deed to Issue In accordance that hw, t 1,0 fnl'
hour of walo oil <
; "rebygiven shut WIliltilti V. ways the lennl '
I\\ hundred
) .o\\ but win There nrc n Chills! and fever and Is and month at reimonabla rates.
Pl,11 .,rkia. who, on Au, lIl.t Bible Conference s.-nsious Rohe, Constipation, with law. Said, certificate embraces the lowluu I ileHorllMiil' property iiii-ntlout'il In tIll .. g
:16th.ltui :in.lu 'IfOlIUNtUUI Entry No. 8,104 of tlmlegrtthetlilR. rn000y." RllIv"r! complaints described situated In Illllof Con,pIflltt., : heroin, lylnd ,aii.l, Iwlim Outers to XortliHrn Tourist 101 -
: .UCCC8S following property
llOrlii ,IIlllilor0lNjit i:: : : unite for tho honest wayl"' protested Kloi-lih, to-wltt a
) for l4wt. l4outhII 18. all \b. but oulj- one Aokorman-Siewitrd Drug Company.IF In nalcl Plltlll\IIII'OIIII'Y. Write for tertna.

to fowflI,11, Mrt:.fl I,'II,,i,..1011th11Itenge:: 1'' ,t 18 end.01 'lalIitiiila IIII.fltiOI; : ; ;. R"v. Dr. C. I. t.ichoflltt bible his conipaBlon."uni" Hens that lay Putnam E>a of county eu'i:; of sei Florida! section to-wtt 5, township: ] Palatkn All,: that Pntnnm oertnln County'lot or litru'.i lorliln! ;:l of,,iluarrlbMla Inml! In Wm. C NORTON

nick I'hIRI fJon""lIta"on Proof, to 0. D\1lllls. 'feXIlY. a IOIllIn '' that' YOU WANT 27 -20 acres. the Mouth hill', l IMI'tI! > of Lot Mix i III). In a
Iblhh: 01"111I to the linU .hove .......'Ih.d. of \ with Hev. L. t'1. wouldn't know." try Brown Leghorns.; Eggs forhatching 12 range assessed "Iouk No. 07, iH-lnilahuiitom, hunilml toot
at thIstiate
the l'o'ioty Florllie1 student and author : 1 tbought you MBS. W.oJ The said land being on LBIIIOH Htreot an Judge. at Ptltttki, for *1 00.
nit II:,, 3rd: ,\la of March. hUt.: :.: Northed. M.M., will bp Telegraph., 15 10-ut of the Issuance of such. cor.lflonto, 'ueton HapKotHl HtrtMt, :ucMortlliiK: : to tho Crescent City Florida. ,
London t'la. a :
( City, PIO :
of Crescent
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KNIGhT
Jolla 11I11II"nllIlIlII'O"" ; WIttitoses, Chafer the Blhl- Conference In the name of 0. K. Hutchlns. TJn map of tho City of f'('"ll"/1lll1lj. :!!>' 3 IJ: O ccC CCCCD

TI'': ww Mv'l'hurllllln.orOr..nK"/ilprluao.' "' V"tol. Kl5rl.ll./ rui the speakers) at lndula nt. 'WANTED-.Lady or gentleman; of jess said certificate shall. be redeemed Hpndiil Mnnter III uiii'tncvry,
K"iuniu, : J. y< "* 1>"n""vrl"rllll: \ ; ae.slon.nev. busbuno" fair education to represent) us in according to law, tax deed will issue HILBBRN OIIOM.Mollultora .
), 1t)7.. Of Peni.I.$ t'iorlli.11E41t and rnl1lll.nr.. "I Have such an Indulgent county.Vill '10000 for thereon on the l9ih! day of Ms rob A. for Uoinplnlnnnt. meriT (10""", off TUB Kroii-ric.JCIUCIAI.4IH .
each pay ..
: 8.CIILTItI1.ItoCletor.. R N. Cate Doll. TITOK TIIK HfATH OK I t .H""' A, I MANii
twBaptcu anld little \fr. a8rvlces. Address with D. lOU I'CTNAM. 1
and have, gone responded ave weeks' voit OOUWTT. n UJtunuuryrotilna
rived last week Chlllnbel'lln "Yes. loya. stamped envelops and refernncn. Witness my oillolal, signature II.ndlllal CoOs or Tim KIHHTII JITOICIAI.OIHOOITOKTII. M. Rii.nh. n. Kx.'c-ntrK. of the ant 4,
IJOu.okeel'lnp; 111 I the o.rrs. Blteful" "Sometimes Indulges a ALEXANDER: SCITLV Co., BM Dearborn thin 22d. day of February A. D. IDOU. iiRrciT WrITS OIT Kl.OKIKA" IS will unit tUHinment" or Wllllinu I,. Haipti,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Rllv./Mr. Cnte prpncl..d little too rnucb. doesn't. he-London !at.: Chicago III. 328-U [Seal] HENEYIiUrolHNSOK. Ace TOO I'UTMAM OOUXTlf-III Ohlllicury I (111"0".1.It| cottllg by nlllilnvit of Ilnnrv HtVunx, '
Di'pnrtmont and Putnam Fla nnirfiirlnii
circuit court county
Clerk ,
of the
Interior. Seville last Sunday ,morning Tit-Bits. The City of Pnlatkn, ) Attoriu'Y 1111.1 Hnlltittor for t'oinplMiiutnt" i ,
'M.ASD at Klloll ___ Municipal Oorporullonva. ( PoiOClOHllPO or that III his Iwll.T tile tlofMiidunt Ahhlu A. ,
OvriCB A-f "" ,"' ''SVtf.LR. FIA.HniM In the evenltiK preached to a For Sale Notice of Application for Tax Deed a .. I 1ionfurTaxs. Miller, ... n nun rtntUlmit ol the Htitte ofPlorkliihiul .
,. horohy f eb..rtl.o.I'"n.: '::".. here. N'xt Hu n 8weeplr'9' Notlu is hereby given that Henry MIchael\ ... I.yoni 3 tlmt i h..r present nindli-no u ntHonuuiilu

uiS, ,'." ?' Pr.ml.ia.! :given Man that onlv' "..t, of led: congregation; return to Aimpka to "Tbnt lit a aweepllllf arguniont used reownrllPd a M. Kurtz purchaser. of tax, cartII II appearing. by the alllilnvlt of Henry, U nn hone" Htutt In the ot /Stills N Iciuigiiii1\itf 1 I'\loriilu"'111 thnt the thor...,... '4 4
'" will wife ami aulivttorrnreonipliiln"nt"thit -
p"I1", AI..n". tIHOuiin.j 01 day he whose Hotel dated the I 1st day of '"""
Hw'hu' buwbllud Southfield BHI
No. ,,
.. In thii.' cute 01"11111'1I"h..1 \'Ice of n ul wiiosiiuid lilmt
1 'ho. on Nov..I"'r 6th, 111111111 sermon be ought 111 hU belief time nal.l ,, : IIr'I'n: : : :: ::: '
elnu.I..1, I'iitry No. hue., I'roll'b this opening to convince blw that July, AD.100i. has filed said oertlnoat Ii F. I.yulia In a nun reMlilent of iii,, I 5,0,1 ( ,, aim U over twwiuyIfc ,
Nuittb,1 broom
1118,4 101.,1" 'Iincethe .
leilhi.fi.: : :: i. liortlon 7, 'rownelilp 1 n itt thllt ) to have been home soveral boutS pre. Crescent City, Pla... (property of Estate In my oflloe, anil' bus mails application ", nml thnt, his vorktiiey renldtnipe mat la"tnumbarMI 'I Ifc U vrlr thorMffint 01 liMA onli'ml; thnt the tlo mlivnt. 4' 5
I llowery.New
"' 111 UIIit. TiillliImaoe I ItIorlililto. he has Just 001111leted. Edwin Gilbert), This prop..rtyooluplea For tux deed to issue in accordance with : ami, that there In In AhhluA. Mtll.-r, rtex"..Mitrlxor. thuliutt I williiili
flv, .2."Y1"Proof"* I Intention to iiiuki Elliot church 01Jack.onvllle Tlousiy. ____ _ all of Block II, one-half of which has. la... Bald certllloata embraces the to of tho Now mate York of Klorl.ltt, the service pemon of a, subp0100 tt'Mtiiiuimt ot JitniMH N. A. 7.1"U iiu.r. "l..- ,
him to eNtahilel l. cliilin'wanillVLV'1 to the H. C. Ivory ciMiMCd., do to tile bill flied herein on
iluremlant iippotir
and Mra. and trees described situated I 10 whom would hind mild -
tangerines. orange! lowing properlY uuon
to" Clipt. Is never
""" thu' > Ro l lt end wedding grapefruit .
the Muite'TO;;%\ "' <*:>ln,,"vUlo, -lorlila' ,on apellt Ihu week The weeping at 1\ sometime."m _about 400 trees Putnam county Florida la-wit : ADd. that ho la over twenty-one years eFIIll4T PAY OF MARCH. A. !>., let,,

CliiJ.lnr, "' March.,, tietU.' viII the IteamerCreacpnt real as that which The Hotel Is fully and elegantly furnished H. 18 a. of n. 27 J a. of net of swj less "' see.It it. therefore ordered that the (lefemlnntMluhael thPmuin* tM'Inu the rtilecltiy Cor mHii month.And .
r. 11111.,'."S1"" Wltnoiepi here, fllturnlnlf hlo fterwnrd.-Atchlson Olob. running water, 14 rooms In 5 to UoNob and 10 a In aw corner of F. Lyons appear to tile bill tiled It U ltu.tI..r o..h.re.o1 tlmt this nutle
has a.
ji "*$>' Durlllg ,
,.. <>'" rlorlcl.! MOllday. IM pllhH.h.,1 clue II We.'it for four "on."Utlve -
'Xhomn"'.'" ''..n .. ... on of hI. addition to beth\ w.o., store room. 2 n. 27 i a. of nwfc of set section 0, hereIn on the Weeks In lime I'a"tk'OI"w.lln.1 Atlver-

.1. W. Kdwunlii ttiiiit Ii<. Ii. stay here Capt. Ivory dla'looed) ,UX NIOIiTi 00 A'I YOU PLEASII RACII kltohens dining room, pantry, smoking township 11. range 27-33 acres. FIRST DAY OF MARCH A. 1)., 11510' > tie.'r, ft n.......pnpur published said county C
house t.Ir.; Ueo.Carpenter. soil mothers lu halls. The said land bolnj assessed at th. the same bnlnil the ruin aald month.It and circuit.VrltiK'
bont and
HIINRY' II. CHUBB sail boat II.nd many tired fathers room ..r''l'hr hue uotlue \ .rt my imml and the seal of this
oKler
HegUter Ivory tlbo placed how tbl.rll.Ce everynlgbt car.r'lulla Cottage with 8 bed rooms parlor date of thelsauance of suan oertlflaatla Is further a. week: for four atuireat"e Court this itCh ,lny of Juntinrr, A. !> !lIlt'* ,
-. Capt. on Mark..tatreet this town enter? And they wonllIr, what tbe. library dining room. kitchen bath and the name of U. U. Eoblusou. tin > puhllnhed weeks In once the Palatial News ana Ailvertlwr C.*'..1J HfcfNBY MIITOhlNH M, .

Take Notice. his dlulphter'; home M. 11. baby Chancos are the cbllLIls starviiigWOrbneulra closet.-furnished first class. 1 less said oertlllcate shall be redeemed so- a newnimuar published In maidcounty
T lit the hande or Mr. matter I. el\tlnot all of Itl rood. Large barn suitable for livery stable. cording to law, tax deed will tssuether anal circuit.hand and the.,'nl of naltl Court Bv MAHflAHKT K:, W..a" D.O.
8fIMHI. ."ei'I. on th. Fleet Tit,,'..'.. (0,.. 1'hey would like to warmsyours need Enquire on on the 2UtU day ef Mar.. A. D. 1900. witness niy HENRY! ,04'1'1111/017.,
day
; or ft .. Tiility for alllll. ehidron' have \lMJBailB"7h1filT# ;: .
*o" tli r aft.r lie bet Read cirCmllhh.tenOeC Most will got official signature and seal "r'MSf \ i'r. Complainant's. Hollfltor.Chamberlain's
"h.ol."I'P'', but V rmllulI" Witness my [
for
a pardon low Luke Cro.ceot City : "'... l'IorIiIii.Ill' \ -
"w ,ll'(UOhUr' .nvl.ttcol| "* "* .prlOounty"!*1\ro'1 reU1I.111 In re.ldel1ee tierS. noe.of tixo'woVra, and strengthen the M. H. READ Real Estate this \22nd!: day of February. A D. 1909. Olllr X III.' I'lIlnalll WaTOAAaO n. o. !
1m lUg at .(:hr lIlnalll Florida. make. future rid [tle.lj] HENRY HCTCHIN8OX. UENRY: wIitUNZ.: CoughRemedy
Afllone flhUUriler. All hOPlI howe.er.tbat child bottlo. Clerk circuit ot. Putnam county Florid OOPlplaIDAot.'Iio1I.lto,. tCOIdll:: Group: and WbSop ag Cou B. ,
......u.el""ln"ol''the" mn' thl". be hOllrd oil. Inconvltulent. to make fre-I I Prl01 25 centS per IJrult Co. Cresctat City. Florida -
oootloue tewart
) *' wilt\ Aok.rmau.
WILLIAM T. :;8oomll. they Sold by

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$$$$1.Y1ylyiy1$$$ 1$$11f1ty1 11f1 I$$ The Palatka Newsand Died on Sunday. Ii/rQ"ldl/ n'IIIIiIIII1I' : 1Ciiii:, : iiR8rlll, : hIhItilllpIt,' ; f1 :,,,ywt:"taeywr.12ai'It'; al -

m Mrs. B. O. Limning, relict of the 11II 9 ta,
Advertiser. late B. C. Launlng a former Pulatka Our Regular oJfo "' .
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business died the home of "fj
--- man, at -
e1VrN 1N N'r K111 ve her daughter, Mrs Howell A. DavlH'

t $ City Happenings and $ of this. city, last' Sunday nlternoon JanuaryClearing d.
rf '
at 4 o'clock.Mrs .

1 Big Lot linens I IAt $ Personal mtntlon.eNlvvrKlv1 $ I sufferer. Lannlng for the past had(Iwo been years a great with 0l 0// '

VtN1.... Internist cancer, and her
J. U. Cone of Jacksonville was a lot unexpected She had made her j /
.visitor In the city last Friday. home most of the period of her, widowhood -
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with Mrs. Davis' her only
Robert Ragin of Pomona, was a dnnghter of dkel f'
ai
pleiiHiint visitor In the city Tuesday. The funeral occurred from (the \ r

Big Bargains Hon John P. Wall the sage of Davis home at 4 o'clock Monthly afternoon fi'< for Men J. ,1f w't .i

Putnam: Hall wee a visitor lu the and was' attended by a large Men's and Bay'sHeavy S:22:
I city on-Monday. gathering of the friends, of the do- t $3.12 ,54.22 } if
ieiisi'd lady. The floral tributes to Hi
Chas. Ryan la at homo for a short ha dead were numerous.. Rev. andUnderclothing
visit. Charley Is cashier In one of Wm. Wyllle or 8t. !Marks church of Suils .
the, ISeelbuoh hotels. Louisville, Ky. which church the deceased hud beena d. .'J" '. ':

This Week. Mrs. J. N. Walton gave a tea on communicant, officiated. The interment '4
Wednesday. afternoon from 4 to 6(I In was In the f.mll.lot. in I G CRAWfORDdssurancers.ribaa yS I
3r honor of Mrs. Burke Culpepper. West View cemetery. The pallbearers tlIf t Shoeaareas ; \:
!Mrs. K. M. Kugg of Barnes City, were II. F. Wilson L. C., is now going on. good Inside as out. It la my aim to give :.It I
J I Iowa I Is In thn city on a visit to her Stephens, H. F. Leckx, Mr. Leach, Crawford wearers not only leather andstyles :
father, Mr A. Merwln, and other R. 11. !Cooper: and A. S 'Vll<.rct. Take advantage of such as are used In shoes costing i ; ..
Linens, all Pure Linen, all the New Shades, t..lllllves. twice as much, but the benefit of every ,,1 ci! II
50c values this wk. 39c. Death of an Aged Lady. = this sale and secure a desirable Improvement for the making ,) .
some plain some stripes John Mullein spent Sunday in r
,
that. That's I
I where Mrs Margaret Ri dfern, formerly of a moro satisfactory why say Crawford
Jacksonville he took the finaldegrees
In the order or'Knights of AuguetaOa.\ died at. the home of High-Grade 1f' Assurance Shoe Insurance If you are skeptical, ask one !::
I her daughter Mrs. H. A. B. McKenzie ,, of my many Crawford gents to tell you why rawford t
Pure Linen this week 25C
39c values . . 'Columbus
'" \ In this city at. 811 early hour ;-1. "stay-up" box toes never break, why Crawford patented I !
,
MUs Delia. Motes and Mr. Robert yesterday morning. Thu funeral occurred Griffon Br.and %) "Tredstrate'1 are best. ASK him about the Crawford r
1 Barber of HolllsttM were married the from the McKenzie residence. reinforced shanks, and our "bend" sole leather. Crawford 1 t, j

: 25c values, Union Linen, this week. . 19c other IMv by Justice J. I, Wlmburly at 4::30( yesterday afternoon, 'the oillrlatlng i& features are numerous. That is what makes Crawford Shoes Yl11:
of Interlachen clergyman/ being Rev. H. Tailor Made Suit at a ; popular and Crawford wearers ... I
3 Arthur Rowlands, who holds a responsible Dutlll of St.: James Methodist : alleglant. Buy Crawford I A.fl.1 't./: "

Nothing will wear better, nothing will make up position with the Jacksonville church. positive saving of money. I 'If. < ,,_4 i4
1 Electrla Company' spent Sunday : Mrs Redfern came to Palatka
] better service. In this city visiting his parents. About one year Ago for purpose of The cold weather is yet i''j t
] neater nor give you Patton Anderson Chapter U. D. C. upending the remainder. of her life Charles A. Eaton Company, Malt.,, tel: ..
,
will meet Thursday, March 4th, at8 with Mrs. McKenzie. her onlylaughter i' to come and youVl.11 ft .,
Come and get your share before they lire gone. ( and where she lived loved w CrawforAShoe: Brockton Massachusetts ;#, '.\'t
with apse Florence Davis
I o'clock, mid honored by all members of the need well- 'tanflnioaAlaAr .. W"Jy d'wt/.. \.
0 truer of Kirby and Kirkland sts.W. our warm,
Ii I family Her health had been good .r::.;_.. ..... ., -.rf; )! .\
: i T. Wager an experienced nil through her residence here, made Stylish garments'i. .- """ -1.\
baker, has opened a bakery In the though It was apparent that she was ,
store of Mrs. Robinson on central dvcllulng. She had
gradually : A
r We also.have bel\utiflllline of Lemon street, And I Is doing a thriving linking spell Wednesday morning

1 business. : mid Dr. Warren was called. Clothier
!: Dr. Ella X. Quinn osteopath phy- : From this she rallied somewhat buta I M S Brown andFurnisher
3 x sician of this city, has been quite 111 second attack on Thursday morning
1 White Goods !R at Ht.: Augustine, but Is now (mprov.ing. was more than her enfeebled : ,
!She: does not expect to returnto frame" could stand and she passed ,
1 Pnlatka for several weeks. Her away ,. PALAKTA, FLORIDA.
sister are with her. MI'''. Redfern was nearly 82 years
I Fancy Lawns m Mr. T. B. Anderson, formerly of of age\ and for nearly 70 years had 4i:,iiiir:'11lalIhBi'i 'nil"':iii,:"I ii "mi IIIIMW' ',, ill*111I,11I11''i : 1II.lullnrIJIII'. ', IIIII ,JRTllltlI57'Ital.delepl'IIEh"drf II ':: '' '! W; IIII 'IIIIIIII IIIllUlnlllllmlllllnIIIII; "Imliil1': in' in,;: ic: i.

this city and son of Mrs. J. Patton he un a consistent Christian and a .-. .
] Anderson, was married at Morgan- devoted member of the Methodist --- -

3 !:Ii ft..ld. Ky., on the Uth inxt., the vhnruli." She Is survived by two A Cyclopedia Bargain. WQoo_ M0 A! G eeCMOe' 'n neeene OOOOO 00 CO nnn'YirupeciYnll
bride being Miss Myrtle C. Land a children, Mr. Evans Redfern of Augusta -
3 Plain and Fancy Poplins &c. young lady of that place. XRHV. 0...? and Mrs. H. A. B. McKenzie A line pet of the Colombian Cyclopedia ll
3 m mi Edward F. Iji-y of Miami, of this city. The body was .. unilMiancil sheep binding 1 ...'.111'1-' Cypress ShinglesFor ;
Bllnn
elder of the Methodist taken to Augusta\ for Interment. nall'l'lc")7.1)112\) vol. end It
3 below and quality and variety presiding' can h.. hnd for *2i;>.()X(> cinth., Enquire'
at prices competion !Ii Episcopal church south for this district
Fortnightly' Club Notice.Mrs. Methodist
i 3 : has been In the city this weekan at parsonage.H..
i 3 far ahead. Come early/ and get choice !:Ii interested attendant at tho Cul- T. M. Bhackleford, president of IJU'l'u.J. .Weather-boarding.
the Florida Federation Woman's
!Ii pepper tent revival meetings.Hon. I I
: S. J. liilburn and Judge E. clubs will. be the guest of the club, Notice of Application for Tux Deed Some of the very best houses are weather-
36 inch Black l Taffeta t our $1.50 grade Noble Cnlhoun attended the meetingof Friday evening Notion Is hereby given that L J.
A will be tendered her "t'
$1.00 I the Slate liar Association-4fl "Mt reception Owens purchnaor of tax derllftVate! boarded with Shlr gles. They always look well
3 This week . . . . . Augustine last; week Mr. Hilburn the residence of Mrs. Welch, begin. No. 300\) dated the '1 hlrd day <>f ,
,. 3 was honored by being elected vice nlng promptly at 8 o.'clock when April A. D. 18U3. has filed said' ci-rtlll- is, and need no Painting, which Is a great saving. j
!Ii president of the association.The Mrs. Shackleford: will address the cate In my office! and hiss in ad.a application I
: club And friends. for tax deed to Issue In accordance ') : We make Shingles 20 inches long which are
dance and card party at Die
Armory (Saturday night, given by Lenten Services at St. Marks.Ash the with following law. Hdil described: corllllcito property embraces U the best; for this purpose. Write for prices.
the Mesdames' Uulllgher. and Kirby eI
Wednesday began/ the annual situated In Putnam county, Florida to-
: 11k6 was attended by some 75 ladies and season of Lent and was observed at
8 irentlnmrn prominent in the social wit: N. J. & Sons
St. Marks church with I Tilghman
life of Pnlntkn, nnd was a most brill Episcopal NJ of eel of sal of section :23, township ,
t the celebration of Holy Communion 20
I"ntLnd delightful affairs 10, riinga :25- acres ,
lit 7 am. litany at 9 u. u:. and EvenSong The said land being assessed at the jj Palatka Florida. I
Miss Oldha M. former ,
.. Queen \ at 7RU p. in. Palntka vounir lady and daughter Duilng the season of Lent Suudnyservices / In tho immo Unknown. Unless )c..
'. of Rev. P. T. L Q<1..n. wns marriedat at St. Marks will consist of Bald certificate vliull be reiloPined, ac- srws uYJl.6Y YVwY s s s/104 WJYYYYYG44YYIW40YYYYYUwYLf
10 o'clock last Sunday: morning at Holy Communion at 7 a. m., Sunday I cording' to law tux deed will Issue thereon ''1it('?_ yMAr"M'IHMnwennnnn/ ceeen o nnnnnnnnonnnnnerl
the parsonage of the Main street school at 10 nnd 1I0rnlnloPrllyer at ,
\ i iII on the Kith day of March A. D. tout/ ) "
,. !: Baptist church, Jacksonville, to Mr. ". in., and Even song at 7:30 p. n:. M ltm' '8s my ofllclnl signature and nnnl
220-222-224: : : : : Lemon Street Fred H. Waller' of that, city. There will also be celebration. of this the 10th day of Fcbruaiy, A D. \I'.HID.! h. :vs ,rCra3spts&lnt l> aJasita2; t t>r'
I There was baby show In connection Holy Communion at 7 a. m. .
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every Seal HENRY i IUTCHINSON
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'. New Herryday Block. m with the state fair at Tampa Wednesday, with Evensong at 7:3U Clerk circuit court Puluuiu county, Fla.; I Rough andDressed
last week with the little ones divided
!:Iifilifililififififififififififififififi into classes, according to age. It p.m. __ ______ LUMBERI

!: !: !: ! ! ! !: !fifififififi! ! will Interest nil Palntkans. to know ?he. Womans Club. Conkey's Chicken
t that Rob't.V.. Davis, Jr., son of Judge The Woman's Fortnightly club
mind Mrs Robert W. Davis, was one met in regular session Friday, Feb. + )
. : .. of the prize winners. 17th. with a good attendance.The ,. Remedies BUlLDIN'Gll MATERIAL I

. Two mliiHtrel shows this week one minutes of the last meetingwere '
following the other with good bandsto read and approved ail
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.. give\ concerts Oil the street, has The President announced the com.Ing !I II
afforded pleasure to all who wouldn't visit of Mrs. Shackleford: the Lowest Price's. Writs the
yield\: up the price to see the shows. State President to Palatka on Friday u"ocu 6
The bands were composed entirelyof Feb Sdth and that. there. would belL
negro players mid they made excellent meeting\ arranged for that day' to Squier Lumber Company I
.. Bush & Safford music. enable the club to meet the State Ii

Messier Temple and McIntosh of President.Mrs. .
Sanford. who are touring the state Rosenberg, chairman of the i
Piano Contest. for the purpose of advertising committee for organizing civic wok 'Phone No. 111. Palatka Florida.
"Celery City" have been In Palatka at the public school reported much :- I
this week tacking up "Lucky Han- Interest alii on Ithe children of '
ford" signs everywhere. That city grades 6, 7, 8, who have organizedInto
has Indeed been lucky In securing to a Junior, League and are doing/ Planing Milts River Front, foot of Third Street.
r .5 To the Candidates and Their Friends: : Itself. a reputation as the center of good work In Improving the school ATKennerly's -

celery culture in the south. grounds.Mrs. @
This is your opportunity to pet votes in Ford, chairman of committee Seed Store. @WiF -
At the lust meeting the city
S. the Piano Contest now being conductod ; council new granolithic sidewalkswere to visit public school No. 2, reported -- -.--------- -

; through the Palatka News. ; ordered on Held. street from Also that much the Interested colored and childrenwere weremaking Order }Publication Refreshing! Invigorating !
Klevenlh to Twellth streets, and on In the Oltvtilt Court KlnMhludlcinl' Circuit,
Until SATURDAY MAUCII 20th? flower beds and
wo Klevenlh: street from Reid. to Main. Improvingthe Putnuni County Huildu" <1 Clituicvry.
will give votes on the piano us follows : The first walk will open up what U school grounds.It Thomas A. Bionliiu 1 Slakes Work f ('nrve
was announced that the Rev. vs J. Bill fur nivonio.,
.: For every dollar paid on buck n Cftnsubscriptions now common In the vacant block Mr Job would lecture at the Ar Mattlo Hrounlntf 1 I'tisy and lieuduebu mid

. . tjwUU east of the new union station. The. mory on Feb. 24th on Bird Preserva. It'itmKmrhiff:I:! by atlldnvlt: : iippcmiltul' I to the the ChueksVlump /i Imidigl stial.
contract for the construction of these bill I lili'd in iliu ului\t) HtiiLuii, nose that
lion and all Invited be
to
For every dollar paid on subscriptions walks was awarded the Ulgler Bros. were pres.ent. Mllltl"II'o"nlr'lI., tho |11..t"" 5 '' in a mm-rttHitlimi of the
in advance by present sub- Frank J. }Fearnslde Jr. of this city, The president made a good reportof Kloililn, nnd In a ri'Hlih'iit of "Hiivnniiali Htuio, o( Drink.

scribersFor . . 3,000 '. a pupil In the Donald Fraser military the money received and expendedfor Chat,luami" County, (htuiHl'it' Ht,, 417' I'oi'rv Bottled l KloriJa.
west and la over thu of by Palatka
HENRY
school Atlanta, will be one of the the City Hall pink which mice tuuiityonoyum SCHOOP,
woe *, mind that hero In
every dollar paid on new 5 000 first in the nation to greet President approved[ by the club. Htutu of Florida upon whom no iit'i'mm' thin Hnrvlou in tho' Manufacturer of Soda Water of all Flavors,
subscriptionsFor . ,. Tuft. Theendetsof' this school will After appointment of committeesto of HuhioiHii. | would html" such iMtfomltuit. ; r-- __ --os
': dollar for : go m body to the inauguration and attend to various civic measures It In Uitmrtm Ltt'fuiulnnt ordttrt pal that sold nonrnsltont -
paid Job old' NIO| I IN hereby rttiiuli- osfrUCl.coacu000epouru
u nnI
Work 300 In the evening\ that day will give the club uU to nppitar to Mao Hill ullo"'Ilnlnllllo,1"
. the first reception to I the new president 1- adjourned.PRESS REPOHTEB. In mutt cause on or huforuM03fl .

S. For every dollar paid oil which he has promised to attend : >AY. Lila 61h JAY OF' APRIL, j Let us know your g
Advertis300 and where he will deliver' Death of Henry Couver. A. !U., loot, othorwlao thu II lugononm of Maid Fresh StockGarden
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ins short aldrees to the cadets.A hill will "be tHkuu att cUIIIcd i hy said |jy.fHiiilaut j n

Now is your time to get busy, for you novel scheme has been arrangedby assistant Henry engineer Couver, at the the mills well-known. of the It In furl Urn' oiMonnl. that' thin Onlwr" ,IM Grocery jj and

will not have another opportunity like this the ladies. of the Baptist churchto Wilson Cypress Co. In this city weeks puhllHhiUoiii In thin>tiaix N"Intku. .k for N.*tour".. a fon.iciitlvc .
't during the contest. raise money to pay oil the church died of heart failure at the home of hiiHhoU III mild County null atilt IIO".P'I"r. u nn
5 debt. by collecting. one mile of pen. his son, Ous. Couver near Gainesville 'ltnuHM "inv Itnnd. mug" c.llh-liil sail! this,the
Remember this offer closes SATURDAY nies. Every member of the church Wednesday: night. 2ld! day of tulniiarv.. ,tier. Wants I Field SeedsAll

MARCH 20th. and each child In the Sunday school The remains were brought to this [Hum] jiuNiiv fleck unvniNHON, "Circuit I Uourt. .,
S. will be !given n strip' or gummed city '1'haraljiy afternoon. B/MAIUJAIlKr g. WKHT'IAAKD! ., n
paper, one foot In length, and ao arranged Deputy l l.rk.Hollultor ., n kinds-
Mr. Couver bite been uuwell for 10;. N.CALROUN, and we will be pleased to n
that fifteen pennies. may be some. months past, and on Sunday: lor Ouiniilalnniit '
The Palatka News placed on It. The ladies request that left for a months' vacation in Al- ._ -- furnish you with the beet nT just received.
everybody. save their pennies and 'nenua county In hopes of being. benefitted. goods obtainable at
,_ Palatka, Florida. help the children. Notice or Application' [ To Sell eurpriajj r Bj Now is the time to
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The services at the Baptist church Deceased. was GO years old and was heal Estate. ingly low prices. :J
next Sunday will consist of Sunday: born In France. Came to America None but FiretclllJs'goods a Plant the Spring
., school at 10 and preaching at 11 a. In earl life and resided In Michigan. TO ALL PKHHONH: OllNCfcRXt.

m. and a meeting of the Young Peoples From that state he moved to Brunswick Kllllrtl.J, Notluo. : ,,, Unit time:: iiiulnrslunod\ find shelf room here. We n
or"Hiiiii I low mill I'.iln I,. Sow, Garden.
55 Union at (0:110 m. The theme 01from which he
p place moved want to
nilnom will convince
"1."lv" to the 11 em M, I. Uoxo., :} you of this,
for the pastor's discourse 11 a. m. to Palatka some 13 Oounty.Iudyeon Piitimm [S
years ago.' ( uiinty, linlilu..
will be "What kind of a church He U survived by his wife, two at mite otiloe, In tlu> Court: HUIIHK:: :, In I'nltitkti;:\: : : J5 BO come and see for yourself, 8 Get our prices.
_---- -- --- ---- would church be If all the Messrs. William and Hoilcln.oii Moiulny, tliu llrnl diy of JIurcli
members Gus Cou
my dons
-" A. U I 1 low iitlunoVloi-k u m., for or, phone order in j
un order your to
NOTICE Tax Notice. were Just like me." The pastorIs ver, and two daughters, Miss Lucy uuthorKliiullmniilui.f, the 10Ih.liiml.'.orLh.I'll t!
I Notice Is hereby given that the anxious that all members attend (Dover and Mrs. A. L. Rogers, besides unt ll'lll, :il,\ :In'U.thu IHllMllllllulllH:vitynf! : T-iuiitliil! Ii mull,' :Million' ,l"utnani :::| ,] No. 8.1 and it will receive tjj City Drug Store
Chief of Police ha a been Instructed J. will be at th.'followlnloplac..s\ the night service and lend their assistance several grandchildren.Mr. uiul Htuiu of Fliirliln' 1...oiinty\;'Iti ot jj prompt and careful attention 5
to kill or Impound all loge found for the purpose of iissesslng. taxes: In promoting the success of Couver was a genial kindly A part of lllock IIW1. hounded iin follnum, -

I running at large after March 1st, Nashua . . .. March .. 11th the Culpepper revival at the tent. gentleman and his snores of friends :Ouininoiialnu In; the HoutBuiiMiirn' ::,time a'e.t ulilu ol.First,' Street p J. H. HAUGHTON,
llKtt), that are not r provided with a VVelaknNorwalk. . . ... .. . .12th Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Finley of Luke here cannot but feel deeply his sudden liboiit 171 It. ".,,hi.i-ly corn.ir fionithii toutiwuxi". I d Free
license badge, and also to arrest the . ..t. . . inh; City lira guests of a few days of and unexpected death. eurmiorof. the old donut or time o. .H4 F. i"v delivery. jjjj
person owning, or controlling such Frultlivnd .. ... .. lath Hon. and Mrs. "H. J. Hilburn on The funeral will be held this afternoon 1'o.tlwnra, thence Kunt west in, ft. oIL.; ihHnra' North" ill'!' it.!; .5 U u Palatka, Fla.
dOl(. Georgetown. . . . 17th North Third street.Mr.. Kin ley Is a at 8:00: o'clock from Ht Mon of t'.L' Ht.t tliiince to Holltliorly tie. lyostnrn ai ft.bOIl< iliS n
The required dog; license may be Denver . . . .. p. In. 19,1 h son of Hon. Chas M. Flnley secretary Ices Catholic church, Rev, P. Barry mint, of: }"lnlllllll '""""""'' alt uulkllnijn to jj L. C. Stephens
obtained from either the Chief of Crescent City... !20th & :22d.Stfth: of the Florida Senate, a nephewof conducting the services. And ll'mt tho R
Police or the City Tax Collector. Huntlagtoii.. . . .24th: Mrs. Uilburn and a brother of elm. 111 time. ollluu potitlon of mild Comity tluirulora In now on .- --
Signed: F. H. WILSON, Como . .... . .- ... .25th: Mrs.. I. I. HI men of this city. Mr. Order Number Eleven. AUHIE t:. Tow Jullijo. ::J Grocer, F
Mavor. Pomona .. . .. .' . .: and Mrs. Flnley were married I lat Order No. 11 was entertained by Uuurcllini, or mild Minors :n:J For
Palatka. Fla.. Feb Ifi. 1009! ( Jt,} Sieco: . . . .. .:.27thOKO. Charleston, S.: C.. on Tuesday evenIng I the Junior Club at the home of Miss ;; Kirby ana ;'iJorrls Streets. Up-to-Date
SITUATION: VVANI'ED. Practlc Sittsunm Hgl8. . . lIILh: and after a few day. hire will Gladys LeBaron last Tuesday. after Proposals for Painting. I n New and
F. HULI.ABD, continue their wedding trip to Tampa noun. The rooms were artistically Palatka Florida. R Furniture and
l Tinsmith and Sheet-Iron,
: k..r Tax ASH.fllor.St. before returning to their home In decorated In red white and blue as The City( Council will receive sealed n n 1
desires his t/ude Ooodij
position bench
at ; Lake proposals for n
order I City. It was Washington birthday party. nalntlng the roofs of the House Furnishing
work roofing, guttering, snout Prof.: J. D. Cottlnghnm former Mr. Crlll Merryday won I the prize two school bulldluaa same to bo opened aantTndaanrrnnnnennrelnnnnnnaJOHN "
air Ing. mounting heaters, running hot James' Methodist Church. county superintendent of schools In the advertising contest. It was at the next. meeting' of the Council, at very low prices
pipes repairing heaters, ,
ranges March 2d. WHITE &
1box of writing with the The Council CO.
will his normal schoolat reserves the
etc. linn for 11. DUTILL, PASTOR. open private paper
Drop me a term Address right to Go to
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class flower reject ..
Harlem next Monday Prof. Cot- Senior on the any or all hi. LOUISVU.lt KY.
3-17-8t: CHAS. B. Fort(}AoRRJeOX Pierce,, Flit."My The revival moves on In Increasing tlngham wan In the city this week oover. In the next game Miss Mildred A. X. TRIA V. ..T.*ll.MB. ,MTIgbral
power. Next Uunday: the services. ; and Informed the News that the Warren won a small hatchet City CltirU.: market price' fat R. S. Mooney
child wan burned tenloly will betSunday I prospects were bright for a good at. thermometer while Miss Marvin :FURS : ,
about the face, neck and chest. 1 ( school at the church at tendance. This school Is taken advantage Hay received the boobv-a sm"Ulo.v Satisfaction Guaranteed.
applied Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil. 9:4r: a. in. of by young\ people In this hatchet. Miss Lucile Kennedy wona ud BIDES Palatka, FlorUa.
t The pain ceased and the child sunk Tent service at 11:00: a. m. 8:00 n, and adjoining counties who desire to book as the prize: In the third senlcel wl enut ou., ...eyour elan anti"rom III Comnouun.Don't Wo i a. 4- .
Into a restful sleep."-Mrs. Nancy, m. and 7ilp.: in. fie themselves for teachers and all game, ,mlth works,,! i MoL ( J"'k.
I especially beg every man to hear Then both clubs danced the Virginia : ntclole end sewing M.ohln. ----
C M, Hanson, Hamburg:, N. Y. who want special Instruction. The repetring done st --
Mr. Culpepper at.the 0:00: p. m., ser cost Is within the reach of all. Harlem reel, after which refreshments E. use harsh physics. The re- Undertaking and Embalming
You get the best groceries at low vice. Is. a quint little community and were served. About fire-thirty the O. EARLS, notion weaken the bowels' leads( to .
L est price when you trade with. A. More particular- announcements board can be obtained for S10 per Senior's. left after a most enjoyable. w.. Comi sodsseeee usr"UII'OO' W. chronic constipation. Get Doan's --- dallt
WralQ2 at the new store. will be made at teat Saturday: night. month. afternoon.-Press. Reporter. lu.t.IOU Pelatka Rem.mber.n Lsmnna Kegulets. They operate easily, tone Beautiful new spring !Spoilt
( Flofld,. th.
stomaoh, our oODs lpaUoD. arriving Earnests.
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