The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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SEKIES VOL. XVJI, -NO. 32. : : i PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1909. $1. Per Yea!'. f

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The city council met nt the council
The I r BOTH GAMES. chamber last Tuesday night.:: present 1''.
GL.OOIV3YDESPONDENT D. Wattles, president;jnldormcn Wilson,

Yelverlon, Gay, Bulr, Uslna and Adllmo'j _
board of commissioners
55 Tuesday's ariS Wednesday's Exhibitions Communication from G. M. county
Several In regular session at the court house
Shut-Outs for Son requesting that north side of Laurel met
between 7th and 8th streets be filled in Wednesday.
the Visitors. K, appeared before the bonrd
and opened, (for traffic/ referred W strcecommittee. R. Enscy
and offered his services engineer /.
as county
Fearnside THINXINO' OP THC The Palalka baseball club and the lAst .
L. 11. Buck at $150) per month I lie county lo fllr.nl"h fv
Ocalti team crossed bats on the local Communication (from requesting
horse nnd feed II.
SUICIDE STUNT grounds Tuesday and Wednesday after permission to operate a Meant : 11.V'lIo appeared before the f
noon, and both games wero splendid boiler on Held street near 6ih, was I J. .
hoard in the Interests of hard roads in
55 Car Loads :. scores exhibitions attestTuesday's ol: the national game 'us the granted.Communication from W. A. Goethe' Ihe Intcrlachcn section of .the county yr
II. S. Cummins of Rodman spoke of II,
of board that ho
Hodman the
advising I
Clothing lalkn. gAme-3 to 0 In favor of Pa contemplated operating, an automobile the necessity of opening up Omnjfo
Springs road also, of repairs needed on
Wednesday's game-4 to (II I In 'favor,, of line In Palntka and vicinity, and desired. oilier roads around; Rodman. I
Pnlalkn. to know what license tax on said bu.l.ness !
will bu made when license ordinance S. J. Hilburn requested that the bodyof
Hut, the question Is being asked: is amended, was read and referred the unknown negro recently burled } ,
"Where were the near.fans Tuesday?" on the land of Mrs. Woodburn ho removed
to Finance committee
New Only the fans were there. The firs Communication from J. L. Burt for Board decided not to pay' for y
Furniture game was the best played here this Jon buildingsof 'limo Interment until body was burled In w j
CompanyIs permit to use ,pnrold roofing on ,n
and o team showlnjt'such class as dls the MacGrcgor estate on Lemon the proper place. ,
played by the home boys In Tuesday's,, : street denied. Attorney E N. Calhoun presented lo
,rr gallon should be better patroni/cd., Communication, from Martha' A. Duvh Ihe board a petition signed by citizens of
"Bub" Collins' home drive over thai thaI St. Johns and Putnam, counties askingfor
by 11. A. Davis requesting
distant left[ field fence was easily the agent drainage of certain lands adjAcenllolI"ollnflo. a I
city council order city attorney lo properly
locatedIn -: All Modern Artistic feature of the frame. Collins Is full o( certify lo the satisfaction of n The board appointed Randall

now such tricks, and Pitcher Brown of Ocala judgment against her property in lots 2 Wells W. C. Norlon and D. P. Hancock s

the oldLoeb look no more chances, but walked him and 6, blocks 29 and, 55, riAd! nnd attorney a committee to meet with[ the coalmines '
ANO three times thereafter. Instructed la discharge judgment. from SI. Johns county to view ',
SubstantialJust Selph, you fielded nicely, Tuesday. Treasurer Crook advised Ihe board said landi and lay out the course of
-- FORGET IT but cut the (football out. that the Water Works fund had been l proposed dralnuge.Nathan .

Store Walker, who pitched (for Palatka, only overdrawn and he bAd Inken lib"rlyof Monte[ l pauper, was granted n ;
: lad 13 strlkc-ouls In this event and let transferring $1110 from the Fire and'a- pi'Cial appropriation of $10. .
roll the ball of the Infield. A of the proposed road
one man out fund and his actionbe map new onVuitlund
received at : SIMMONS LIVER RECULATOR Thai's all right Bridges, it wasn't your ler ratified, which rellu"sl"lIlhA'wns done. ,, peninsula was presented, by

on Lemon street, i lira th. LI... la HMlthy Aotlon f"It.Ve will be sure and, tell you Current bills. for the monlh wero read W. C. Norton, \\ ho made n statement ato
-ond- when you err. and ordered paid. survey In a norlhly direction from r

where the businesswill MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVINC.Angry Duke, where Merc made hits? Youurely The (following requests were made Summit Street Crescent City, to Crosslammock.
should l have for A committee -
for reductions on properly assessments:
be conducted Mack Selph got three fouls. Silas Smith, on lot 10, block 162, to be cd to view said route, and decided to
thebuilding Among those present at the game reduced from $2,0110 lo $1,501)); granted WAit until next meeting lo make reporl.'
during H. c. Howell's were Chas Burl Howard Gardner and E. N. Calhoun representing Mrs. 11. J. Current bills for the month were read
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of our H. M. Tcarnslde.[ : Murphy, on her properly In block 51 be and ordered paid
I'ntI'01l-'rt1l1t's tho third time Wednesday's game was quite well attended reduced from $2,01)0) to $1,500; granted. Rebate of $2.57 on assessment crroncusly -

you'vo pivot me limo wrong number. in fact a vast Improvement over J. II. Ilickcnloopcr on lot 8, block > made OlaillHIV.. C Alvcn was allowed -

You miiHt have what they cnll[ the tel he day before.( Both teams were In excellent 46, be reduced from $2,500 to $2,000;; and warrant ordered paid.
: ; Cp'lItrnl condition, but the visitors could Henry Sitrunz asked that a reduction
ophnuo enr (3rl! In OlHco1 ranted.[
New Store. Furniture Store beg your pui'don, Mir. hul that IHlI'tthu not connect with Ueale's delivery and Communication from J. A. Cro.hy.on he made on certain taxes for I. M.deyerCo's .
\ KcsoKcd
I trouble.( Yon have uliute cull 'he game. was somewhat one-sided. lot 4, block 44, be reduced from stock of goods.
hat lax collector receive on
the cOI'nml'lIl I mush The features of this game were a tvoHilfger $1 800 to $IlUII( ; denied I payment a
vulva-Chicngo by Dillon In the fourth inning, it. C. low el I, on lot 2. block 37, be valuation of $2(100. ,
Ttlbune brlnglnflill Collins, and a two.bagger in educed from $4,000 to SZ,201l r1 ; denied.W. George B. beldon J. N. Walton and
I (Opposite postoffice) ; ----- he Beale Oilon. J. A. Csby were nixlolntcd the Board
same Inning by scoring J.;. Wattles, on lot 6, block 47
During the two NollOG of Application for Tax Uoou. Three of the four runs were made, (Wattles' 1\lnll810nl.) be reduced from of f Bond Trustees to handle the money

Notice herebypIron I that Hllltiinn' SnthorlntK' In this Inning. $2,500 to $1,81)11) or $2,0111); reduced to omlnjf from the sale of county bonds.
months of our ('o :tuinthiiHur: or tux uortlltcnto No 1'A doted:: Pnlntka has a new bnlter)'. Messrs. $2,21)0.) The contract of the Converse Bridge ,J,
Magnificent display : tlio, 'let lay of July, A. I)., 1IM.7, lint flied nnldeertltlcnto Beale and Bulwinklu, and they delivered Communication from F.V.. Wells, Co of Chattanooga, Tcnn., AS I presented M
: In my oillco and tin nuulo nptllea- '
\ stay in the ton; for tux (l to '..110 In accordance| wHhIllw. ; the. goods In Wednesday's game. on lot 1, block 67, be reduced; denied. by their representative, K. C. \Vnlcotl, '
Hnld t'urililnuto ftmbrucoH the milowliiHIc'tcrl.icd This Is the third game Pnlatka has 'I Tax return of Mrs Ola A. Holmes was accepted; the contract price being;
present quarterswe Hlitmiutl In Putnam county.Klorliln ., 13,000.. This. for Ihe proposed
nronurty was
:J I won from Ocala this sensor The Ocala vas read and the assessment' on her
have decided to Iron Beds. : Stt''4 of, Ho'-i-'nIt" Hootlon o. township!a H, rouge yi' team Is composed of a manly, courteous properly In part of lots 2 and 3, block ridge across Ihe St. Johns river. A*
; ">-III)nuns set of fellows, and we wish them better 211, was reduced from $3,000 to $2,500. (hero were some irregularities In the
continue the The sold land bd, log' nsMOHHfld nl the Unto or success nexilime.ISAtterl"sI'alnlka. Communication from A. Usina. on onlract as to dates, etc? the company
'hn Uminiico or niuh, corUilcnui\ In Ihn name olT. notified to make such corrections
II. \\ooilliurn A Co. ITnlexu null' curtlllfiite' BealeandBulwink- wo collages on Reid street', block 16, was
Come and this : shall redeemed iiccordhitr to Inw. t"v clued Ie. Ocala, l Harris and HAdley. h" reduced consistent with the surround-. AO were necessary. ,
see ,\111 iHMiin thereon on the" 7th day or ''''I>lombor. from eAchto I '
$1,5UO 'I
; ,\ I). iIN rtt. The Palalka club and a special trainload log prnperlievreduced;
\\ltnoitiinvonimal, dlnnature nod real thin of rooters and excursionists went $1,201)) eAch.TreAourer's .- POMONA NEWS.
hn Qth' tuy of AuiriiHt. A !)>.. liKHr.IHi'iill Gainesville lo monthly reporlas rend
Great HENRY HiruilINHON.: vcr to )yesterday try Mrs M. 1-:. Erwin and mother Mrs I IVnldron
Slid ordered filed.
of House oncluslons Oak Hall's of that I
line with the
New Fla.
: Clark el run U court Putnam' Co. \ left two weeks for resorts '
lly .1. C, Lulls, L>). <;. city, and in a well played game up to City attorney appeared before board fork ago ,
; he 9th inning the score was 2 to 0 In I and requested that the personal taxes of In ;New;, stale where they expect
JotU'e of AppllciMioti" for Tax Pi'ud. furor of Palatka when by rank decisions the I. M. Meyer Co. be reduced; request to remain about three' months

Furnishing Goods. Notice IH hereby Klron tint 1'. HiindM, of F the umpire the game was GIVEN to ''dellled. George Leonard and daughter,, of

I Salein In Miu'liiiHiM: tod'' tin* Bargain ; HIM llltMl mild iMMilfli'iiU', In tiltlcn, unit I The Palatka team became disgusted two weeks iV. 11. Cook several days recently.Mrs. .
.. I 11,10 iniMtiMippllt'itthHi,' : ; ::: for ::'I"r.: to INHIIOn and despite; inducements and promises II. A. Davis advised! the board that he '
low will iicciirdniu'it,, with' ln\, Hiild vi>rtlfUittoinhnu'OH of a SQUARE DEAL, refused remain hAd been served with a notice from the Court land i Mlddleton has returned -
Prices they .
so tho foll luwing .1..rll.1 propertyItuuttMl from \lsltof two weeks with
Works of suit
second 'alatka Water n
\erfor the which011 company
hi' I'litiiiiin county' Florida to-wlt : game
Dr and Mrs. Laurence Peck Eauallle. ,,
: UK.n. In 11 ntpl11rr Tonii 1n N.. i*(>riMr of .pt.of 10 have been played today. gainst the city for hydrant rental nod al
order to disposeof f H.-'I., of any ICNH 1 I5. ... to Hpi'11,, HUM lil and' md turned the papers over to the city (; .
yt: I' n mid Illlll' )aid', Nl'UtlfHl III. taw n.hll' 111 M,
The St. Augustine Evening Record of for his City attorney -
,',inmu at"" n-ld6.rrex, attorney Miss Susie FiNk has been \lsllinn
every vestigeof surprise you. :. TinHiild land, H'UW| iifiH*NHi,>fl t nttlio 1 dutoofhe July 30, contained the follow ing account requested the services of S. J. Ililmrn lends In KIsslmmee and Ashlon for i
t iHHtinni'tt elIcit L'ortlllfiito I In tho niininif of F the Palatka-5t. Interests
Augustine game play- In defending city's ns three weeks, and reports a delightful
our present stockso .\L t ent. t:0 Io. .rurtlllontft' Hhiilli
ed In that last familiar with the lineof
Thursday 1\lr. llilburn
<. ri'diMMniMl, .. ni'uoMllntfto' law, lux tli-ud will city was time.Dlrs..
that we can enter .'! ... ..dpi_. .! ...:.." .. s.itr tiii'n-on nn tin "til day of HftiMiilM| >r, "Palnlka's crack ball team met w Ith de- f such work.Numerous.
. ... .. \. 11'. line.wllu'nxmy. eat yesterday In the with[ the local C. II. Worcester' has beenlending
of IU>In I nlf( niituriHimt' s.-nl thin Branches of Citrus some time In Jacksonvilleitely.
The New Store 1 Aiiun-tt. \. D. IIHNI.H.nlJ ball players, the score being close- "
[[ H bNIIY: Hl'Tt'lIINSilN.Ch'i'k ,1103. Exchange. .
with all New Goods. I l Circuit t'tuiit 1'n.tun nl c'lib., Flu "An Interesting game was promised' Mrs. C. Lee Smith and Miss Ethel':
John B. Stetson University It> .1. I' Itullt. 1> U. ,
This that and the promiseas kept as the players or-ganiserforlho mich!! hoe gone to Pennsylvania for a

means LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D.. l.ilt D, LL. D., President 011 both sides e"hiblll'llhe snap that Indicated the corditil of the couple of months 1
during the present FOR YOUR CHILDRENBEND "'-""" they were on their mettle.V I reports for the Mesa The friends of Miss Emma
TilE BEST SCHOOL &, ,?&<:;l \ liile the game WAS not remarkable (orgrandsl.nd I cast coast section exchange. many
>' that his trip to the east const was 'Imstcacl' are pleased lo see he'ragain, ;# I
STETSON-: Itas spirited from
summer we have THEM TO You cannot prevent plays of the In his long niter two In
one most satisfactory years spent Boston ns u
of Liberal ArM start to finish and not until the close of
College a
49 Professors and pupil at Ihe New England .
experience organizer. Conser\nlory
as an
"cut out" all ideaof College of Law he first half of the ninth \Inning Sons
University lluililmi of f Music.
17 Crescent City
At Del.nnd Daytona: : ,
assured the locals.
21* Acre Cmiipus College of Technology iclory Miami nnd other
profit onClothing !581 StuJcnw Lust YearS2SO.Oon.00 College of Business. theFIRE "Neither: side scored In the first three :New Ihe Smyrna east const there WAS much enthusiasm pointson J. D. "')'elh of Cambridge Muss., has

r.mlowment Preparatory Academy Innings, but in the fourth Bridges of Pa- manifested and local arrived in town, and inn guest of Mrs.
In Library Normal and Model Schools IAlko succeeded in crossing the home organintlonsformed :<. I K. Plplar for a few( \\eek Mr. \Vyelh "
Volumes which will be factors
15,001)( ) prominent
School Mechanic! Arts 'late. Pulalka stock went up n notch as has large orange' g rose Interests here
$10.000.1)1)LahorutoiesforScence Pipe OrR.uiII ( Schoolof !\fuNicVnsurp"o"e" but you can prevent the home boys failed to score in the with In fruit supplying for. handling.the ccntrM exchange nnll Is now planning lo build hand-
) Lnruje s"conlllml( of this inning. In the fifth residence bu for
School of Fine Art some to ready oecu-
General EquipmentI At DeLnnd within Ion minutes after
., ,horoll.h rupervhlunmnan \oruns were made by St. Augustine 'pane In the winter Pomona peopleire
administrad sad
Separate dorm I''......for.rnutr mon and...I.'0'.''' women. f (,'Jr.fal,,,Iorm."n,, nr 'or theLOSS An.llh" Palntka hovs lied this. in the the methods of the exchange ss ere explained much gratified over his decision touild 1
:* .nd ,,,,,,,'I1t1.. '..n.. to" ,1. .'nr "''' FLORIDArdlmJOHN Auuolill"dUIlIelllcd to the assembled oningc K rowers -
sixth. SI.
UNIVERSITY. UoLAMD. tint half! of the n home here and we ",11bo\
B. STETSON; 50,001) boxes. of fruit were pledged lo
Ihe score of Ihe fifth when teased lo have Mr. \\elh and, 1 his
they went to Ihe bat In the sixth nnd the the exchange and equally satisfactory daughter/ among us. vt )
attained Ihe other
results I'lacl.sMmed.
FurnishingGoods by insuring uere at
your stood 2 to 4 In furor of the home
score At Miami I great enthusiasm. is C. (;. Gordon nnd family; have moved ry 1
Nothing but were
earn. eggs
property in one credited to cither side goose until 1'nlalka shown O\.r the exchange organUaton, Into the bessanl'' house n'cenlly'A'nled, ,
One and an all day session of grow l rs WAS ;\Ir. Destient having: gone into Ihe/ housoowned
the ninth
waved the stick In run
of our reliable and the local held, nl which much hllC'rl'stAS manifested by Mr. Known of DeLand..
was made by the visitors as -
companies. failed to add to their score in the and arrangements ,made for a ;bliss Grace Green ofVel.ikj. has .
second half the ended will Ihe meeting at 10 o'clock next Saturday eenlslllng ;Miss\
game Florenceilllaim
; p B5fS) morning, wizen local organisation will '
ay f' score 4 to 3. for a week.Wo '
"Canovo pitcher (for the locals struck be completed.

Na H Flilley Y I Tucker c r & Bro. out""Munsell 7, gate, base pitcher on balls for ,Pnlalka I. struck good The shape exchange In all 1 idea sections has taken of the hold orange in Illness very of i D.much\\'. Perry n'lIr"llo, who hear suffered of the a ti

S-A--V *%:& out 4, gale no buses on balls. belt of the state, and many prominent stroke of paralysis. about two weeks ago
that the Industry
Hats predict great orange
and jft "St. Augustine made a brilliant double growers Mrs J. M. Martin and Mrs. E. L. Me.ie -
of Florida is the of the
Real[ Estate and Insurance on eve
from catcher lo second and second .
SrSS play most profitable period of its history. < returned Tuesday from n visit with
l Op.Court HOUHO. Pnlntkn Flik to third." Times-Union Correspondent Tampa. relatives in :New Smyrna and DeLand.C. .

Pinar 1lII.r"11n : Logical R..ult. Worcester left Monday morn- r

E CHDOL FOR GIRLS On tie notice board of a church lug for rloslon. Dias.. to spend a (few

Shoes ear Manchester the other day the fol- On. Trouble L.... eeks. Mrs \\ orceslcr and Miss Doris

E.r.bll.h.d In $$594. Thr Inothe ehn'r rarlY Iy Chrhb n nOumath.lowest owing announcements appeared to- "I have bad Indigestion all day" expect to follow inter f

MOTTO: pu.olblsro.t'Th..eheol Thorouu to make money, but ten furnish "' iir'i w' Ilili ;rot I LEl i law,m !other: A potato pie supper will beheld complained the man with tho bay Mr. and Mrs. J."p., Tucker nre reviving r
waoonabllnhal by lh" Mthodi t(hurrh bolY not, mind, end heart at S moderate : on Saturday evening. Subject window to the poet., "Do you ever suffer congratulations; over the birth of
and that the presentIs cwt Twh falhhorouggh rminh'g' lens Nmrdingplw.g..t800mdlu ci'in.Sh; Store. | for Sunday evening "A Night of Ag- from Indigestion a fine boy Monday.

the time to buildingamlglrounls.worthIIl000U uy."-Manchester Oiiurdlau. "Indigestion Is largely due to eating. Miss Emma Olmslend has been
buy. RESULT: .. ....... lending n week In Pnlntka
IN VIRGINIA.ny1II0harges -- Isn't It? asked the poet wistfully as a ffuesl
GIRLS -- -- -- ..
We FOR if .
have plentyof THE LEADING TRAINING Oh. tablu haunt room, tight. eteem In Later V..ro. I "Yes." snld the bay wIndowed mnn. 01 Miss Minnie lIuky.

for the veer, Ineladlne frentoluguenmltpDi olun blenb Is trREV. rri "We." remArked the young married "No," sold the poet, "I never bare Tucker Brothers have finished I'"In I.
$150 nmp mbnlannlehxutlonn4Aaitly RI..ket.n. V.. 4 womn n. "try to see how few quarrels ''I It."-New York Preen lug Mrs. ;M. J.:. ErIll's[ house which is
,Pdn ip.l
.JAMES CANNON.JR. The latest In inch Improved.
proM wo can have n yenr""We ,
-- = = ," snld the old married woman, i Rubbing It In.

Summer .. ., "try to see how few cooks."-Loulsllle "Yes, I was fined $::100( for putting LAKE COMO.
._. ., ductions in Ri
., "
'''''''."." ."." ." " Rs CourierJournal.8h. coloring matter In artificial nutter ;Miss Lelia Prior has returned to her
7J Ri "Well, didn't you deserve It?" homo nt Jnck8on\llle after Lolling for .44 I

w Merrill' Insurance 1Q = = Do*.. "Perhaps lint wbat made me mad several weeks at her former home here

Goods 4\ Queen Quality SlIltl'nlrotte-Wo believe that n woman was that the judge who Imposed the Claude Monjar. Ed. Sullivan W. I..

tbtb 1 \ q M should act n nmn's wages. Mnr-' tine hnd dyed, whiskers."-Cleveland table, U. E. Dusenberry and D. B. Rayon

tW rind Man-Well, Judging from my own Lender. attended Iho meeting held al Crescent -
Agency _________
t : Oxfords, 4N xporlencc, aba doc..-Boston Transcript City last week in the Interests, of

In' /1\ Insurance Agency.t) 4M Cutting. Ih" orange growers.
all Smith : ,
departments. Formerly Lord Chatham snld of the members
( Charlie, Palmer and
W 1 fifteen of the stronga-t Fire \t% Ankle-Strap "I 1 1'aAt a home," the city man.'where of Lord North' cabinet "They have comfortably located In their family new arc home.now

/" AVe repres-ut in the 11'% 3- I call see plenty of fresh grevu brought themselves where ordinary Inability .
A\ Inslirlllce Lon.pnnies: doing bn>liut. ( y
and liber- / mil which will be a great Improvement
chickens about mo.
i uwure prompt Pumps
United States !loud will\ t first tote geniuses Incapacity olio I.> Iho (own.Mr. ',
"I've got the very thing want "
you reuch.
Alllll.iu'tllwnt" in cage of !s. Benefit W 1 1v eturned. the rnthuHlnatlc agent "a ---- and Mrs Claude Monjnr, Mrs. R.
Fearnside Ji We also represent The Mutual Colonial and cozy nix room Hat tight nest lo a mar- Nono la secure from desperation; fen Hood, Mr. and !Mrs. C. C. Sullivan If
tbs the W Miss Cleo Monjnr Lamar Canon and { I
Co. of New Jersey, one ket IIUUHO."-Wimlilnglon Star from nbtl ty.-Byron.
Life Insurance 11/' Percy Monjar attended thlrevangelislicmeeting
for the \\' reluiumdand\ yields Ties. Intense Colicky Pains. Relieved. Chumhttrluiu'u Colic Cholera and held at Wclaka Sunday. Hev.

that insured policy i holders! of any 11.1 11/' Majestic "For .omp yi-nrn' I lIulT"rp,1, from Diarrhoea Remedy Never Parrot is an eloquent and earnest

Clothing rt\ the largest l1ividenl., to Intense eollekv! palm. which would Known to Pull. Beaker. His children are very fine
tht'OI'Id! \ 001510 on "t.I.IIIIPII and from which I "[ hAve used ClmmberliUn'sColic, singers for such young children. Tho
I. in till' Urlltl'tItntl'R; 1 i! --i mold lull( no relief" snys I. S Cholera and Diarrhoea. Remedy since little boy sang with his parents and deIghled -

I!1 :"vlS-i\ iii VSJ5 Iy' Mason of Beaver Dam Ky. It was first IntrodiiOBil, to the public[ ; his hearers; but all were dl ap.pllIIh'd s
atinRt Burglary, C'hnmberUln's Collr, Cholera and In 1873 and have never found one at not hearing the little girl sing

11. whil. fire at home I W DIRrrho"l K nifdy was' rrcnintncndd Instance where a core was not .which was caused by her Illness. ?r'' '
Go you
w Theft, Petty Larceny 3. HERBERT CROOK ;= to rtis by n frloi.il. Alter taking speedily- effected by Its USA. I have Rev. Cripper has moved to Weluka
i-nontion. I a few do'va. of the r mi>dy I was. entirely been n commercial traveler for and will make thai place his hoad<|uarers. -
l,1\ or on jour r..lI"v..lTh"t was four years eighteen yearn and never uteri nut

/.> Agency, I\ S Palatka. Fla. I ago and there has been no return of on a trip without this niv faithful _____________
palatka crril1 Insurance J Jsmtaa the symptoms .slneo that time" friend" says: H. a. Nichols of Oak. FOR S.VLB-.Good horse and buggy .

Fla. /1\, St N.'. xe Door to the Chinamsn'e.. ,' : : .tJ I This remedy t I..* for sale by Acker. land Iud Ter. For sale by Aoker- ddreu P. O. Box: 432, Palatka Fla.

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THE PALATKA NEWS An English Journal puts the liquor C C C J I E B ::. .=

problem In this form! Twenty-five The Chauffeur's R.buk. I, ; ,

and Advertiser.Entered snakes running through the streets- RURAL CIVICS VALUEWhat An elderly colonel In A New York I Let us know your !

at the I'alivtkft that's free whisky. Twenty-five snakes club Is very Inquisitive and there Is I W. A.
\ postolHcens
mulliible matter of the second running through the streets-twenty-five no question be hesitates to ask. The j Merryday Co. iIn i-!1
other day be saw drawn up before n Grocery !
olla, holes
are made by authority of Iho law- It Means to the Individualand hotel a One motor car nnd at the jj 'II
that Is low lIcense Ten of the sols
PablUhed at Palatka, Fla., on Whole Nation. wheel of thu car sat a chauffeur who 4 Dealers. '
Fridays byRUSSEL.L. are closed and the snakes'all get out the bad formerly been in his own employ r .

all the snakes over to the next village SALVATION OF ALL TOWNS. chauffeur who his master was how he '! Crate Material

WID. A. UUSSFLL. fdllor that Is local option. Kill all the snakes liked his job end what wages be drew and we will lm plotim-il! to I

-that \Is prohibition. Tbe chauffeur answered these questions best
4 furnish with the ,
&Every Movement Bringing Mombsre of politely '!'Iprel'oa, a cold glitter you of all Kinds.

DOES IT PAY. Woman's Home Companion for Rural Towns Together For Discussing In his eye, though, He was waiting :-i goods obtainable at snrpris- ,. ,

Docs it Pay to ha\e fitly worklngmen August. Improvements Concerning the Community for an opening It came when the T:'I.ingly] low prices.

poor and nidged In order to have one 'Susanna and S"e"'\">glns In the August eS a Whole lea St.p Forward. inquisitive old 1 clubman said: 3 None but Firet-clnss goods I.
saloon keeper dressed In broadcloth and Issue of Woman's Home Companion.: "Er-Uaaton, wbat-er-how much : !ojj

flush of mane ? The scene of the story is laid<1 In a Within the words rural civics there did your employer pay for this car'// j find shelf room hero. We \

) Shaker village, which gives an opportunity Is embraced a movement which, carried "The fact Is. sir" the chauffeur answered : wllnt to coitvistceyouof this, !
Does It to hang citizen became
pay one
for Vegetable"Wraps.
a novel plot. The first Instal 1
to Its fullest possibilities: may promptly "I never had the :
another few hundred dol. j Ilnd for yottwelf
see ,
pays a mOist promises even greater charm than Impudence to ask him." 80 come
lars In the treasury for the privilege of Mrs. VV'i! rgln's famous earlier books. well mean the transformation of a : or phone your order ill to !
Edward Everett I Male's Kemnilsccnccs 'nation. Wo are prone to think of l ,

getting him drunk? are appearing exclusive In Woman'sHomo civics and civic matters as having to Th. Old Roman Ballot. 'l No. 81 and it will receive !
Docs it pay to ha\a a down Intelligent Companion. Now that his The bitllot eros Unit li.lroduced Into } .
revered do with town and careful atte'itiou. '-
solely or city People
young men turned into thieves and vagabonds white head and kindly smile have Rome In tbo mvoml century B. C. prompt II

that one may get a living by sellIng -, gone forever these reminiscences, always living In sucb close proximity to one 'bls'ns tI,.. rt-iil Auxtrallnti,, ballot. : .

charming, have an added Interest. another that they are forever jostling The voter received u sort of wooden

: rum? Edward Everett Male's death Is a peculiar elbows are forced to consider the welfare slate covered wIth wax on whIch the : Free delivery. ij Palatka, Florida.fALATKA. .
Docs it to have hundred homes .
pay loss to the Woman's Home Companion
of the body politic as a wbolo. names of nil tbo candidates were :'I Im -
blasted ruined defiled turned Into to which he has contributed
a so
scratched. Up imule holes In the wax:
Therefore It is natural that the first .
constantly during the last few L. C. -
hell of misery, strife and ant, that some year
opposite tlirmo of his choice
.2. ]
The August issue In an appreciation of Impulse for civic betterment should

letnil liquor seller may build up a large Doctor Male's life and work has; sonic emanate from the city. dropped hl. tablet: In the box. After __ u __ __ _.. .......
fortune? new anecdotes that are full of the charm the downfall of the Roman republic Tr. Grocer ::! "
But the time has coma when this ,
Docs It pay to hove hundreds of men of Doctor Male's personality. popular government took a long sleep r.m n .-- _- +_ +::::::=- --:;:;..-+-- -:::;:;...
This Issue has none of the of movement for civic betterment the and there lIttle for ballot > ::! '-- a.
and women on our lists. In our poverty was use a Kirby ono alorris Streets, .
pauper '
J-u tc.a.JO.: : ::EhaJc'l.ac' .
and nnd hundreds many summer mnga/ines. There are Improvement of conditions for the till quite modern flute 5 II ; : : ;$. -
penitentiaries hospitals,
eight stories in It-each good and each mass rather than the Individual Is Palatka Florida. I FLORIDA
more In our asylums for the Insane novel. 3 i
recognized ns one of tbe greatestac- Effort Appreciated."So n i II I
nnd Idiotic that a few capitalists of the The mother of to-day has a problem 1 n Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist SuntiMt .> aM''
her tors In tbe upbuilding of rural com ;you were deeply touched by the :'I Si Il
? grandmother never knew. The 1rrlrrrrErrrrrrrr Patents.
whisky ring may profit munities. There Mr. (/iuffsou to n
modern girl, after ninny years at school, never was a time poem voting wrote --- )
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looks with scorn at the housekeepingwhich either in country or city when tbe iq- you?" enid &lnll<1.... -- '- ----- 'I PRESORIPTIONS OAREFUULY OOMPOUMOE.D'

POTMETAL BURR'S BILL. her mother knows is so impor dlvldnal' was under such direct obligation "Yes." answered Maymlo. vaunt OUIDBNSBED ARants Mallory Htll, tt| !11

Under an act passed by the last Leglslilurc tant. In "\\'hal !Mothers Can Do" theWomin's to the mass of his fellow cltUeuti. "But It wns not a good poem." WIle:i "ithrtrnt"SEWING ; e: ::E j _.;;;O;_. ( \

Home Companion I points out a Within tbe last half century, by means "I don't care It was just ns much -. --
: which has just gone into effect way to make the college girl "the of facilities trouble for him It If MACHINE. -"
Increased to write be
transportation as fi LOFIH.BAII.BV, '.1', ,
rlilronils notifying with daughter of the house" In the old.fashioned ",,.1, ,
are newspapers : ??
tbe invention of the telephone anti tbe bad been Shakespeare. -Washington ROLLER 8EARINO.A Frewttlunt.' H.
which they have advertising contracts sense. thousand and one inventions which Star. HICH GRADE.

on the basis of an exchange of trnnsporIitlon make for closer communion and better 't The G. Loper
Flight of the Spirit.A Bailey Co
: therefor, that such contracts will living, man bas become even more Couldn't Th.n. ,

li.uc to be cancelled says the Tampa case recorded by i'lutnrch would closely bound to his neighbor so that "I would like mightily/ to enjoy Fire
seem to support the theory thnt; during e3' .gI Insurance:
Tribune. The rl'Sll1t111 be that the of the lattcr's welfare has become his riches.
periods protracted lunenHllillity tho
welfare. This In true of "Then why don't you try to marry
own just as
railroads nil! greatly reduce their advertising -
: spirit of the sleeper, freed from the
'em?f""ts I4eadiugAmerican mul l F..
the farmer as of other class.
In Florida and the loss will body wanders to realms nnd any gn
papers away I i' ,
In the growth of rural civics lies not I said I want to enjoy 'em. .
fall heaviest on the small weekly papers scenes not conceivable by the ordinary Kansas City Times.COMFORTING. Compauit'Accident ) ,
only tbe salvation of our rural communities .
''a hlch cannot obtain such advertising on lenses. A man named Tboaplus, ho )r ,sS.a-t-1;
but of the nation! as a whole.
tells ns, fell from n great height and '
cash batiis. : Insurance
:a Improve not only the Individual farm, :
was picked up to all appearances dead. WORDS
So far as the large papers are concerned but the community ns a .wbole-the '

|, the exchange proposition uas merely There were no external wounds about town center, the highways radiating The Travelers!! ol H:uM/ml\ ,
him but the physicians were satlnfled '
:a matter of convenience, but with the of the fact of the deccnse. Arrangements in directions, the social conditions, Many a Palatka 1I"h"IJVlll ; : : ;
smaller ones, It will mean a total loss of were made for his burial but the opportunities for mental reluxa- 1 iiul Them So. Life Insurance:

business in this particular. on the third day after Ills full be revived tlon and development ;you exert To have the pains and aches of a EASY AND SAFE TO USE

Whenever some smart fellow who much to the consternation of bis an Influence which extends straight bad buck. removed ; to Re entirely Lull. The Old lleliablt i ',< ?
to the halls of the na Prow from annoying dangerous. urinary
up legislative INEXPENSIVE.IS .
happens to be elected a member of the friend In a short time It been me Is
disorders enough to make t
Legislature starts In to "reform" things quite evident thnt the whole tenor of tion.That Henry Jones allows his back any kidney sufferer grateful. To I Life" of Ness 'I ',

he generally succeeds In imposing an the man's life bad changed. Previously pasture to run to thistles Is apparently tell how this great change can be Pf\ILLS! LICE
his character was that of n reprobate brought about will prove comforting
unnecessary burden on those least able nobody's business but his own. This Insurant; :
and a vicious man, but after his words to hundreds of Palatka read-
to bear It and then flatters himself that may bo true up to the point wbere the by buying this

he has "done something for the people." virtue.Insensibility On being be ever asked followed tbo reason after of first puff of wind Boats the thistle em.Mrs. ;J. L. Warren of SUrke, Fla.. reliable,honest, : ALL LIVE STOCK. The LendSni
This bit of legislation lacked the merits the change, ThosphiH related that during down over into tbe pastures ot his says: "For some time I was u vlo- high grade sewing .
of a blow to the free pass evil bei his long sleep bis spirit had keen neighbors.. night there Henry Jones tlm of kidney trouble. The kidney machine. LiSiflFECTS.: All Claims PrOD 'Pt1y
has unintentionally taken a band In Hpcretlotm were too frequent In pus- I CLEANSES.
there have been free liberated from his ,
luse no newspaper bUlly and hud sii I-
his neighbors' affairs and his neighbors sago causing me groat annoyance STRONGEST: GUARANTEE. I PURIFIXS.It Settled.
pisses In the slate for several >ears. The.vstent ed away to a xtriuigu land where It mul I suffered constantly from .
have a right to demand of Henry
which this law had joined a whole company of other backaches and dull pains through I
simply National Machine
slops> Jones that he do his share to relieve Sewing Co. tin 10 many ma Ibatlt.I IS Isnioesslty Office 115 Front St. I 1' ,
spirits. Ills past Ufo was disclosed to my kidneys. I could not rest well
caused the railroads. to be a bit more liberal
the community of a post A puff of and In the BELVIDERE. ILLINOIS.IN on firm
him til nil Us bldcousnoss, and the morning arose fueling I every
) In their ad\ertlslng, because they glorious capabilities which were before wind and a bit of thistledown have tired nnd worn out. My back became --- - -- --. -

could 1 pay for the same In transportation.Now him revealed In such made of the free individual a responsible -1 very louse and I often found It COURT OF COUNTY .It'TMlK, IN ASH ,"VI-IITS'S
were n manner fur I'uciMim county. ."."t.'of !''lot.i.ln.Htilte CURES MANGESCAB.
: they will have to pay cash and unit In the mass. difficult to get around. I at length I
as to mnlio him ambitions
they will reduce their advertising, It Is them. of attaining livery movement which tends to read about Doan's Kidney Pills and III HllllUI innttor: of .. nr Nettle M. Qnli'k, ,itGunrdlnn'M I RINGWORMSCRATCHE Cream Vermifuge
a box. Since using them, I
bring the members of the rural community Procured
believed fully one-half. free from backaches and Petition All Disease Germs
for discussion of to eel t ii nit vonveln">rliitoreHt Destroys
The loss falls on the country nc\vs- The Hearts of Sam Houston together the BoreiieBfl.and lameness has (I Iso p- In rtirtaln. r'ol..III11I t uxflmnicti. -
those things which concern the community for mile nnil ,'OliVe)ti Uti' uf other 1111... THE GUARANTEED
piper which struggles along In nil effort In the "Memoirs of a Senate Pngo' peared. The annoyance from the Cots> ,etoNotion DRIVES AWAY FLICSroa
as a whole Is a distinct step kidney secretions has. also censed I
to build up Its town and county, and Christian F. Eekloff recalls the years In hn.hv Ivon, Hint on the 7ih
forward. schoolhouse should .
lust Every and I am able to Bleep well Doan's day of A .tit tf cloth ,. eatS 5 r e' WORMREMEDY
\vhich nil too frequently finds that It prior to the outbreak of the civilwar sStiut n it of tutu dnv.
be a civic center for the district In Kidney I'llls bonefltted me wonderfully lie (Jutiriltim of tho) pHtattf of Nettle M I
Ins tolled only to the result thnt some when Simmer. Wade, Douglas which It is situated. Every town bouse in not I can say that they are ijvilc'k. minor. 1 ,ulinll't ::1'I'OI. the llonoriitilo 1ckermanStew.ulDrug
nnmlln, Houston John P. Male, Brocklurldge I )t.:l.Uoxu, JuilKti. of ) '.' t,:mill. nr- I
1llIjC.enred jackass goes to the Legislature or couuty seat should be a larger civic the best kidney remedy I have ever tltlon null! 'ourt for lertvp to rti.ll nnflrouvey -
and exerts himself to I put the news Thomas and Jefferson DavIs center wherein tbe loaders in the used." nil. tjaitiiVt tNtt: tiNB MIX'Til lnt, r.wt Co.

piper: out of business.-Pensacola News. were which debating the north tuo great and south questions upon at smaller centers may meet for the discussion For sale by all dealers Filco CO eonts.Fostol'.Mllbnrn In Block mul IJ.O the In: the vvemwly Ulty; of.inmm I'nliiikn.:\ ,;:::1 Of IMtniiin Lotil; ,'i SEND FOR FREE lOOKl .
were "I".hlll.
ot the work which they are Countv to Pnnloi KtilwrtH iiiuxchnnut -
Co. New York
H variance. They were nn Imposing bodyof for u mile nnil loiivn.Mmue to me IIH(4imr I
doing and for the intelligent mappingout PAUL AND CLAUDE. .
men mostly clad In black broadcloth sole agents for the United States. DIVIUKDOMK I THIKI I Inti-rmt .Iweu O. ieiratioulsTue
of future plans along which these I In ii tot to 0. I'

We are told thnl Claude will begin his But and there wearing was one bleb senator slllc hats.who smaller centers may co-operate. Remember the name-uoan's---and tlm iltoek Knuturl.v: ill, III\ tliHCItvof W'a let: Jfi-ot Piiliilku, of tul.l:iiforomld Lots,, of "Had l il.vBpepnln or Indigestion fur 'UNU'NI P5PCID Liniment CO.ST. .

rncc for the Senate In an automobile to bo Senator refused The "town beautiful" of necessitymeans take no other.European. Ai HIM 011"11.PHI("IN. QUHK yearn Nn appetite' and what I: did LOUIS MO
distillled- Houston ti of tlie entail

bUill is. safe to predict that he will END of the "home beautiful," and the NotCh M. (Julck.' u minor of eatdiHtrenHul me terribly unlock
H In a BOAT. The "honk wagon" Is Texas. "Day nftcr day says borne beautiful means the retention of Pnlntka Florid, July SLIt Mm' \. I Stood Bitters cured me."-J. H. Hold' by Aokornmn-Hl Hi',
Mr. Eekloff, "durlug moments Restaurant Wnlkfr. RIIlI J tl. '"
spare Snnbury, Ohio.
the boys and girls on tbe farm. Rural
not as avail.iblc for (he ascension. of be eat there In his seat carving hearts -
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civics In Its broadest sense means --- - _._
"Suit River" as the row boat. out of soft plue wood) They were Furnished Rooms --- --
rural uplift, uplift along every line
However Claudius then console pieces about the sIze of the hand '
may i
whIch tends to make country life more Hot and Cold Baths '
himself wIth the assurance that his "do When ho bad completed one of these NAlioNAtlesDpttGvii, ; PICTORlALRLVlEWMCff
worth whllo, more attractive, more In AtCHAS ; JUPCC5J
' flnlllon of faith" I is not unlike that of works of art bo would summon n page spiring. Rural civics bas no place In IVAUzstC LE5 RAWYi'

liftApoitle Paul.-"Tbe substance of and pointing towardsome fair spectator party politics, save that it will produceIn KUPPERBUSCH'S

things hoped for; the evidence of things( III the gallery would say, 'Give each party; the best men that can

not seen."Jacksonville Floridian. this Sam to that lions-ton's lady up compliments'there with "General be put forward The welfare of tbe Palatka Fla.

nation Is dependent on the welfare of
Mr.\ EcklotT remembers Houston as Notice of Appllcntlon for Tux Deotl.Notlco .
.\nadvocatcofsnloons that they the Individual and the individual alone
says one of the gentlest and kindest of ,
mon lit licrohv ulvent hut Aaron H.PII\'no
arc licensed for the public good; whereupon Is helpless and hopeless. Patriotism of pirctiiio'r 0''lIo.II3r: the highest type; li the Immediate and till. d..tulllI....81h fhiyof tIer A. n. toss, IIIIH
an exchange! puts to him some Sock and Buskin. (it lied until, c rtlllc>fltu In ,mv tillluii, aunt him
had sVIat, In the theatrical best product of the realization of communal Hindu, iipullciitlon" for tax...'..d to INHUU tiiiuiuoidntu'o -
good early
questions as ages performers
I responsibility.The with IHU. itnkt l AMJhlH! :> of Bcurtlllcnte ,,Pt ILDIB3mf\ > saved
ha\e saloon-keepers ever done? They disguised their faces with wine lieu lyceum In the schoolhouse and elubrue., the following dem'rllnrupurtv ..... )IL IP .
Hltiintvd In I'utimin }'lo.lI.ot ,
or a rude pigment. Aeschylus the to. county -
live without work. Is that a public the public forum at the town or county dii.: tO-s tti, (-r
moos tragic poet Introduced masks Hlx (Heotlou towiiHhlp l ID *,range HADe MA.RK)
good? They consume a substance of scat will come to mean not only
iIi; people and produce paupers. Is that which were of various kinds, expl'l'ss.Inll more beautiful country, but a purging a ftl,,Tile K.-nn oontiiliiliiu I hi Itiiid:: : bot; I'I''i"':,' ;: :\ the ditto oftho

every age country condition inn) of lnni,nee of Niirli. oertltleiittt III t tin mime means IMI \< a i public good? They live on the money complexion. All were conxtrutted. politics whIch shall ultimately make of H. It. VVeHUm. UlllONM milil Intel Ion of HUM lE
that rightfully belongs to the wives andS our government ,,'hat'e are wont to ,','rtl tt.'iit.: ::111i't ruiliH'inetl: uceolillnu' tt>
with ;
the greatest nicety and precision claim tow, taxdeod .,,. thuri'oit oil the zilrttduv '
hildren of drinking men. Is that a The dresses wore also adapted to thecharacter that It Is and what It should be of AtiKiiHt, A. 1). IIMHI.VVltiieHH '. or Library Slips will be
If It I, not-tbe Ideal which Lincoln so Iii, olllclfil HlKimturunmlNenl' thin acccptcd.in full for subscriptions to
public> good? They cause eighty per assumed. by the nctors set forth the COt day of J Ut',. A. j>. "IIMHI.Honll .
tersely "a I
as government of
tint of all the crime that Is committed. What was known ns the buskin woe [ llKNKY JIUTOHINHONClarkClruultUourt The
thu people, by the people and for the HuUinm Co., Kin.llv Palatka News
K that a public good? a bunting boot. Those woro by Ira people."-New England Homestead. J.U. Shuts I'. u. ; ,
grdlans had soles three Inches thick ; I or for
composed of layers of cork and were Putnam County Poor Farm lubscriptiona to ManJard magazines or for oooki. Catalog sent for 2 cent stamp
Silver Service for the "Florida"The Trees to Hid Billboard.
laced up In front ns high as the calf.
News Is In receipt of the following Sandals were also worn, and many of In one of tbe back streets of Brighton For Sale.

letter, a copy of which has been these had thick cork soleti The colors England, up which tbe tram cars The Board of County Commission Library Slips are FREE
of the foot pass to the Dyke road and the golf will entertain for
milled: by the Jacksonville Board of coverings were various erg proposition!
red being tbo favorite hue for links stand four little trees. The road the purchase of the Putnam County A %:'a Library Slip In
I ratio to the majors of all cities townsand warriors Is appears each issue of this newspaper' Clip II Ant and ...ye IIickexl -
not an avenue, and one wonders how Poor Farm. This ('inn cotishets'ofH also
and purple for other characters combine
villages In I he stale; also to all Slaves wore low shoe the these four little trees strayed there till II) acres of rich hem ni'chc' lan<1, ultuntecl hold It with lh. Library Slips p, with th. followluif bouse
a bearing
I products
hoards of county commissioners and tosery name of socle, which was also the ordinary the conductor explains that they were 1 1& mlli, from Flornhome; has p- 0, iArmour's

commercial organization III I'lorln footwear of placed by tho municipality to bide an 1 two story dwelling nnd burn ; hits ; laaKlt Brands of Canned PebOt Pxtraet 'rite"Best" Tonic LPPJWOTfS
comedian From Meats
about SilO pp.cn.it trees; fine stock force. Kuril Kinks, H-o Ontiural.nnd o* rnt.y MAC*]*
advertisement AMtKICAM
>" : this circumstance aroso the well boarding put up by tbo run ire. Further Information can Lie Armour's: Potted mil Deviled aieala mil H-o Product

Jacksonville, Fla. July 23, IW). known phrase of "sock and buskin." of railway line nod which mars the view obtained" on application to I 0RE'JEw0 REVIEWS /; Armour Armour(, ,, 8l Fitrnil,r mice.1,of lI.er lincon (Oennaii-Amerlcnn,ohl." Ffttf Miicarout CofTceand, doodles Tens,

Dear Sir-: so generally associated with the dramll a'ery pretty wooded cutting.' As T. J. EOCIPRS Armour's Soluble, Beef HpaRheltl. .te.
At t the last session of the legIslature the the company declined to remove it the i Putnam Hall, Fin. Armuur: Luncheon Beef Itelile s Ucorlc P..liltes and Jujube.

bill !Introduced .to appropriate $5MM( ) to- Animals-With- Pockets.- town fathers promptly planted their HF.NRlI11TCHDIAON, C llatiner runner Chloride Dry of I.lme {Icli-O 1 ; Ice'.Cremn Ta Kutll Powder Powder

\\nrus the purchase of a silver service Did think trees, and now in tbe summer the I. County Clerk. -' l liaiiier iy. Ammonia(Vlnineotflt My Wife's Sn liid nrrsslntf
ever what curious :
you )
a ::
(for the battleship "Florida" (failed of None Hueh M luc
Is boarding Is almost bidden from view. Pal atka. June 17th. Itxn) 0-1H (tf lIntietiirp.a ( Oymii iimti,\) C""a Meat
1'...sago, and It now behooves us to get thing It that some animals have hInritnl0y'a. Actie Pri.umt. Itlittor I'omoelan MaiuuiKe Cream
I u work and collect pOl'kets-gr..ot. fur lined vpst -- :Ilemintotey': .. ittlrektcd to.lll Pra-phy.lnfsllo. Tooth Brushes
> same by public sub roomy. :: Pumnio (
Notice to Palatka Banks. Hlnr lloneleiii Klycerine pumice) Boap
scription., pockets. big enough to carry a famll.1 Uniform Street Tree Planting. Cal'lumet!linking powdrr' ne. il.t"uliaii flcrub-H ScourIng I Hoop)

1 his board of trade having taken the of little ones about In? Many of the Washington Is rapidly becoming famous Healed application! will be received Uu (Orlilu.1. bhrodj) ioJiTnutllcanlxle "Runny 8 Itt Ous"Mon.lny iiiiidry Honp

,initiative In this matter now proposestint animals nntlto Australia and Tns tbe world over for its fine trees, from Hanks In PalHtka Fla., by $, /, u> (100 iouseliold uses)

wo collect from $7,000 to $1U.lltllI by mania hnvo these convenient pockcix but one kind of troe being planted In the City Council until 8 o'clock p. Save

i IIl'ncral.ubscrlpilolloll. ; over the state. and so bus the possum, a common each street. Some of the Sue exam m. AuKUHt 24th IlKiU for thenppolntnenr. ,, Library Slips Like Pennies
Vv think it is from (
t a very great complimentthai for one year September:
the largest battleship In the Amerl- animal In our southern states. Thin pies are: Pennsylvania avenue, pink 1st, 1WH of depository of City funds One Full Library Slip equals Qua
is named after and kangaroo la tile largest of this aperies oaks; Indiana avenue, oriental planes; Slipi; Cent. Fractional Library
1.111 navy our stale It Much, application* must itate the c' equal fraction ol one Add
should be fittingly recognized by having Full grown kangaroos go sixteen feet Massachusetts avenue American lindens rate of Interest which the applicant, MAOA Library Slips have cent. fractions to make Full Library Slips. 100 Full

:"i handsome silver service, on which, at a jump. and so when going on n and East Capitol street planted If appointed, will pay durIng the ',:-' ttiie : an exchange: value of $1.00. Commence collecting to-day by cutting out

could be traced (the beautiful history of long Journey or running from hunters with American elms. Streets such as term of appointment on the follow- _ Library Slip In this( adv.rtiKment and learn how quickly Library Slips: can be ss"Id.

Florida, from Us early discovery and think what a comfort It must be to these planted uniformly with one log Classen of funds: INSTRUCTIONS

settlement. !Mother Kangaroo to know that her species, and that a good species. will On dully balance. of all fund,*, aub- Bring your Library Slips to this
When (he amount I is collected It Is in to check Into the Tre "T"T 'T Newspaper Office our Local
time make town famous for .eat coming -
babies are nod safe In her any Keilerrip ion
proposed to have the Governor appoint snug poaketl urer's hands, _ Agent. Writ plainly In letter form
:a representative committee to look after !-Exchange. beautiful streets. of ""'v what lubscription or book you desire.
The appointment a depository to
the details; as well as present the service Always
take Interest to commence Send 6 cents
'in the spring of 1911. Old Tim. Salutations. STATE or Onto,CiTY or TOLEDO, i OI'f..otb8nd
? 11)00.)
vVc respectfully urge upon you the It was the custom In France LUCAs UOUKrx. { on VALUABLE : SAVE THIS stamps lot
Ireallmporlonce of this and In the Interest on said deposits to be paid :r : Girl
matter ask 4 Christy
seventeenth century to kiss Frank J. ('lump? mnki'B oath that be Is senior
your hearty operation by starling subscription a lady partni.rof arm K J. ". doingiiHinuiK moti tlsiy. _
lists In your community at when saluting- her and continued In I n'i hn: ulty crt; Toledo:, (,. ,:'n'y''i*' StateaIrennlI. The depository shall give\ a bondof ,fltlttldllflOh, n picture,

once. Make remittance! to the "Jackson common asnge In England for a hundred 01 ONK',HINI'HOK Mel that:sal'l PKI.LAIIH arm will fir pay mutt the Hum anil tl5fHUOO or collateral security your \\).n'!!i":....._.T iaaracw 's"", nnllJ lilt ; catalog and
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ville Board of Trade which will net as ;yean Inter. Royal; salutations In cairn of Uutarrh oxnuot bn('uret by satisfactory to the city council of Local wall Pocket
cuilodl.m: of Iho funds and make France required extreme formality H'IiT.I atnrihOure. \lj.A' J. OHKNb.Y.: Palatka. Flu., to secure said city 'IIJJI; n.J'lnlij: T ;1"-
scorn t<> bufnrrt a,. &",1 eubMrtlied In my ..1.\! and
know lodgement through the press; OC'I One saluted the bod on entering the preai.ni !*, Ihui dm ditjr oC uouombrr.A D. 10HO. from loss on account of said bank Dealer- i .- ,?. .o--......-.-,-...,. -..... 0...". Magazine
If a sufficient amount cannot bo royal bedchamber and In (Seal i') A. W.OLE450N.Wotaty whether by failure of said bank or Towe"; peymsnt for .
approaching he ., ..eI Book Company,
cd. then, amounts in hand will bo : Public. others lae eubocrfptton. h,th?, l'Ispepe:1:
turned to subscribers but the apartments of the king all bead Hull Cftlinh. ,Tur U taken Internally and FRANK D. WATTLES, SaG Two CIDIT snuc..muo.:: .
we must not covering the Lute illreotly oil the ntuod Cal miioou eurfnotjlol deserves AN.WALL PocK" 118 West 141
at the start, acknowledge such a word n skullcap of priests Included the.,.,'um. Mend for teailmonlMla freeF. President City Council. 2 .- ..... .... 117 I
failure. Yours very truly, bud to be remoTe In saluting .J. CH EN BY CO., Toleilo; A. T. TBIAV ft. ...........-. ......." ....,'.0. .Iatk. ew. S 01/11 .____ _..__. Street

\\". A. HOURS, President. j I queens and princesses one kissed Sold by DruKvttte, Price 70a. City Clerk. .... 'H'N ONI ....... .... .0W00UC'r _"_"' 0 New, Turk
If. If. I the hem lid -_ _- _ ,00m toy 0.i '''UI .....
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I Crescent City NewsHoward's Gummosis of Citrus.

-- Bj B. F. Floyd, Florida Blalton.' Aitrloultunil Espcrlinaiit MR BAXTER'S[ ROBBER EAST

!fi! ;!fififiIifi! I Weather Repo.Cr5.9oiuOIy A gum disease of citrus trees that Is TIME CARD No. 79. Effective Juno 17, 19094nnilnya

more or less prevalent through -the
Ijjuna'J ( Orange
'nil July :mlii, \ ((4U9 iomirfttulro for Ihe week ..nd.Iax. Meet at Cres state, has been noted near Crescent City. By EDMUND COMPTON.Copyright. No 8 No I No, 75 No. 92 '
cent City to Greet The this MAIN LINE
,, Mln. Gillett and Mesr wrier reporlet Instilulo [ lOst, by American Pro.Asso .4
July. 'or (01'I recenly 4 04 plo Lv. .Jicksuivhile, Jut 90 lIla S Ile SIllS
K Dustless 4t. bOludoy 1 a. u i I'. ni. II I I" m u I .24.'un) held at that place. For ihe ciation.1 \ pm !Iug :: Lv :.IIL.tugh.ille:: 'Ar 04 l.n:: 1 lS sin:

ES ". Buinday. .m. tl3-G 1 h' ,' \\cdnvsdaj)' morning, July 28 as prc those who may not have attended the Mr. Benjamin Itaster never forgot o R pm 1 68 !I.. ,1. 1.1.lka ,Lv o 111 0 ..
)Ioudllv, e u 7)t 6, olllouncedf1r. M. E. Olllelt 01 meeting, tha following description and that In college ha bad bl'el tbe right 5 pm 95 pw I... ...Lv P' .01. Pullman SorreL Parlor un ..uI514pm
H CISsmn
Tampa, 144pmul.v..Detous..Lv
Duster f fclottTwears 21. 1ID..I.y. I 9)) 70 'I 74 A. Reid of Los method of treatment are (football) of his time and bud ((3 11 (0fltytfl5Te&5j7SbS.
tr6atedI 2 Thurido7., )' t l' ::4 72 Angeles, Ca ., respectively the busloes Symtoms. The Ilven.Is characterized pulled tckl.oar In the flrxt Ig: &: ualt: I ::: fru8.r: :t: : U :: t.n Ick.uovluDI MIamI.Ig .

This l Is "chemically winIow 1. 5r"l.v. ,. ,7 61' n o 74 72 manager Florida Cttrui and si me organizer by a "sloughing or scaling off"of race la IItrk.wbicfc hit colleue bud university buuteu :a:: na ulD It:' .i Y .::' U :g 1 1 :sat sIn "

cloUt I for cl"o.nlnl otber tnml' I I n. %Viii.1A74 IM. 0broen. auditorium Exchange, were at the the bark In patches, accompanied by after a long series of dufeals When, SI 20 pin 4 67 pIIL. .E..l0.lfl., ,LY 10 luau L .1., 1C55 Borr.1 BI..per b.
tIng ohalrll or In Crescent, City and were the exudation of masses of New I SI D pun 0 0 pm L..,llleIbonne I LI.Og pin I tIn 1..0 1.. Yot .011 Ko'S"'
: meto.l. which it polI'bel tticolud by a lal'll and Inleiesled' crowd bark In these gum.and this 8 a middle tg.,1 man wlili t baldhead I I .m 7 0, pIhIi.V. It. I'Ierc. ." RI 1 2 pw Key Over A. O. 1.. l.tn. DOn" 0'
or places
? It i14lIIt,1ng t If f appear 41 'Iii Sal I 9 pm i.v.W.iwin, liecetu l.v "04 tIn 'Iii Jscksonvhlue isbaniled en tntla.ettlluil.iLluOpmAr .
at same time. "'' orngl' Irwer. rc-prr-mmlng Longs aflcr a Ihnl x111 scale off in the same and somewhat purxy Htomacb, Sftu.mr ..lv" Atiusmn Ot'Opn' baaiudSS.

; ) every; housekeeper $ Million, I HuntlngUm, Lnke manner. The gumming areas occur on be v lulled Europe ho niulutulni'd that : 10.. .... I...., Slusnhl' ... SO i'ma

lbOnld' hILVII. : be wII.ah"l [ Personal and Social S Como,, l'oRona. Sail Malco and Crcscen the tiunk, on the main branches, and If any sneak thIef, robber or bandit I ...Huuueuheu4.loot, ,l.y.., .10 Ii' SIll pm10..w ,

n..d till out. !In some cases, on smaller branches. could get wills him be was welcome lid SIn t I..l.v.. ...Ar.S '"I
and it I Is a great th Ing. II.n.l we ." : CIIIlr.. R"ld. the first speaker, Is 1 rapid They vary in diameter from a fraction to do away so. This did not .4: ( ,: ::::::: :.. W\V.\ ; .;::: ::::: : t ::::-
satisfy .
about and forceful .. ,. .
want yon to see It. Aek Irs David D.IIVCS: has. been making with 1,1"1,111 abundant speaker, primed. of an Inch to many inches. They may Mrs. Baxter, who dreaded that. In I ::6H.m .... .. _ _ _

AS it at; visit lo St. Augustine. a an by ) supply of facts ncluired coalecl In such a way thai the tree is Italy, especially, liar husband might boklnope Tuuailafs, mid TJiuruJftys, arlynll Key Woat.fTtieKdayaj .
Store EB s"\rl years" connection will completely girdled. In which case Tltumdaj'i. sncSctImrdey..doputrtares from Koy Went.JMomlayi .
Drug 1
| Lounds the! Inner history of the California and held for a ransom.
Miss Gladys Stearns of Jacksonville lay soon dic.Trenimelil. WotiiKmlnyii and Krldayi,arrival and depnrturoi at Uavnna. .
Fla. ; l Is 1 Frtuit
Crescent City, Growers Iind heard' that of the
during Ihe
here Ihls Exchange The. cause of this disease !l Ole
llr week
the guest 1 ot her aunt, ,. period of her struggles and le\ctopnicn Is not known. II. S. principal sights of Rome was a visit to PALATKA URANCItEAS'r

!fi !fifififi! Mrs. G. S. Crotty.Mrs. be liom chaos 'Into what Is now known to pathologist( of the Fxpcrlment 1'111'1.Sil plant, the Coliseum by moonlight. One evening ;;; K., PALATKA TO Arrive Leavo LATKA TOEAST I'I'ainttta

M.! S. Miller with Miss Abulc 110\efli nl.1 perfect business or recommends the. following tentative while In the Eternal Ciy. when .. l'ALA''KA Psiallia. I 1'.I.'ka' PAI.ATKA Arrlyel.1 I,

WWW6w, *MMM e jean and ganlallon.He method of lighting the disease: Scrape the queen of night was ut full be 1.ltka
George Miller, and Ms| : I the of[ Its !.
explained manner organ the diseased with knife or some
areas a
llton visited the 1:11' /anon Its modus proposed to his wife that they go I 18.m tOO Otity..a. ut .m 0 'o.m ....No. Inl .... 0 ailiC
M. H. READ counl> seal Prlll)'. operandl olllhe cffec such Inslr.menl. until the tissue 18.m ... 8 SIn 8 am ..No. 1'.1' .. 5 0 cm
tiM'iiess d"at I and view the ruin thus Illuminated. 10l I.ly. I 0 ... Ila 1'.ly. .
I of Its methods, ; he assured his 'removed and the live well I' tin cm ... .0 aID
Misses Addle Grace Ilhlle U" 1 D.ly. .. 1
and Hilda Waterman nidli'iicc that California had been posed. Faint this nn emulsion Mrs. Baxter refused. But ho pernlnt- I'' I'H 25 ,lnm M I'm Ill? 181'11

REAL ESTATE. who have been !speldll1l, the SU1', IhrotiKh every phase ol the fruit hu.l.le"j' of ;, lurflCOlh, soup, Ind water, el. 8181"4 1 I'' .0. ill) Daily..5' ..11 I I'm pm 4 61 8 pm 1'1 .N' .. 10 VstIy..S... 6 1,111 pm
mer Null their had bulieil hIs hotel the
calh'es. Ir. and Mrs. ;lISt agninst every problem made as follows: Leaving on E"q.alhle sa lia Iii ) 86 pm 10 pm ua gO pm

Crescent City, Fla. A. B. Torrey nt Brce/y Point, return tomorrow encountered, every enemy end Clrbolnlum. I gallon hill, he strolled down a bruad thoroughfare '

e\cry pent klOll to the orange Intluslr and soon stood on a SAN BRANCH '
lo their home hlie ei heIgh IATIO
In DcLand.
> and had surmounted them nil the
"Creii- by precrell[ ) 2 pounds overlooking tbe eastern end I ,...,.. }: EAST PAIJITKA TO"TArriveMh L..Sao HAN MATXO TO AST Arrtv.Ee.'
cflvcllvc '
The Howe property Rev. I R. N. Catc old! family, who ha\c: power of cooperation. Am \% I gallon enormous theater of tho Caesars. Me 1'.la'k.' SAN atA'ixO M.I.o )1.1.0 I'ALA'JiCA J'alolk"

H1U"-Is now on the mar- been Ihe not only so, but the more difflcul. Dissolve the soap In hot water, and -- --
tont past month in Tennessee to Dote how
sl'endlll problems which alua connected was surprised Illoen.. I
are then
>s add slowly the carbolincuin with mT..go.
keto? retured home hst Thursday. ullh the niarkutlng of the fruit liai looked under the different light. The 180.n ...,.10. 105 00 am 0 0) 1M n.I'....,. I 20 cm
constant stirring. 40 I'8 45 .. 2No.
attention given to 82 pm lO Petly..S. pun ... .N" 1".ly... .. O pill
; lil twothirdsof
Particular They arc again pleasantly located In the been overconue-coinmission This remedy has proved especially great pile or the remaining

Cre.cont City property listed Chamberlin home on North Prospect men I". O. B. sol"s'lel and compc effective In some cases where (the dis It, built by slaves 1.000) years agO.wbere 95 No. 97 9(0. 96 No. 08 I No. IS No. 92 No. itt No. iiifitily

Kith. mu- street. linn buyers and brker hud been Bide elYI) has just appeared and had not gladiators had fought IlaidChristians Daily Daliy Daily MAYOIT BKANchi oiu, filly Dauiy Dahi? ,

Ir.icked 1111ml California fruit was spread much. In severe cases where bad been torn to pieces by -
..... .." -- PsI S 00 PS hO 00 id ,.,.,,.. ..,,, ......Sri 5 isil ) isl 110 ,
-,,_ "' Chas. G. Hamilton and, faintly, who now growers by means of the gumminir and scaling of the bark wild beasts, rose against the sky like 7m54utpw245PMlll4O4eI 7 50 5 05 P.blOL'OIi..m.e.l99tIAMStthssiatsP620P.d 40 5 4)1 I Pi 5 00 P.

have been (for sometime at SI. Johm co.operlol. through Iheir own agents. hale appeared oil the smaller branches the dark silhouette of a mountain (lo 7570'aoSP,4247P5104694.1 i.Aolmll.Rm.b..l.e1lt9555755JIISISPWCI4PII '" 4B

I.: : Spora.cr wih MlhfoCIOr>' results.Mr II \ill be necessary to prune the dlsea.ellh"nches 10 S OS p S (Jo p5It 50 4 A .........5545m1..i.0.j S 40 *I I 45 Asl2 00 l
.td.. Park Omola. arc now stopping with Hlulvd moreover, with cm buck severely accompanying log around to the entrance, Mr. Baxter 2Cily

Mrs. M. Miller at her beautiful home pll.ls, thai all they had accomplished in this by the use of carbolineum emulsion. went within the walls and saw another an.ncimL'2'' S..1)9 S.nfod ih.sek ( I5210111n

Dentist. -Lake View. At the opening of the California could be repented here InKloiiihi -- -- alght-the moonlight throwing the hi Iii NIh 1.0. 1'O 51.7r.. SC I lit hfl 7 'Ii jniuiiw'; _iv..1'hiui.eliue.. Arj 1 90 put

-_ school Miss ; that v have no conditions aiuno upper portions of flue Interior Into contrast 4 It lIla it 80 cm I.e. .1.4)1. ul Im..i,,, I Oi I'm i luau C 90 eta Ar..t4enrol'i.,,.LJ ) ala '
year EIIb"lh1 go to obstacles A WEAKLING 4 215 pm ii 00 sui L..IIl0i ci.L.. iS 110 pn It tlO pIn -- "- -- -
that did
lo surmount they with the shadowy lower parts
0'11..1 ".Id.u.e. nn prospect street. Stetson University she 4 IS) )IIC IS 00 m srlu.u.CI,, JO 5.. us tr, pin a ao ,,, 1104.? .
I will enlei not ha\e: In California: and that Borneo I in, the to describe the
Florida only poor Many visitors were there but as tbe
nwsnt Cltv the senior of the Iheir difficult way C.n.0uOflh m... ., K."h." K.Y with e. I O. ". '. Co. 10. K.y w. ..d H.'.... e...
acaden, most .
year ) problems arc con child that in allllctecl will \onus. hour was late tbey gradually departed.

Col. G. T. spicuoiisly absent from ihe business hC'I. No matter how much or how often Mr. Baxter found himself SeTh.-. TIME TAmhi.ES .how lbs "lmn ., Whloh, 'nl. m.. .. ..p.culo .nl,. ,t.nd .... 'rm Ike
River By Dayll.nt. Graham old Mrs.[ Gralnm. \ ithe: long haul and the long drought It puts, the woniiH all the nourishment Suddenly .vvral' .t,Honi, fcut hk.lr Nrrlv.il, or d-partur. tit th* tlm. .*)h.d (I. not ...rtinliij nor !. tliU. Companyto .
Johns net
St. of Lexington S. C. alone. To go out through the main entrance h. hold n.pon.Ibl.' tow' my delay o> .* o..q..n." urtilng ilittrarrom. -
were recentlsltors lie told us thit nil we have to do Inorder from the food the child I
here and Ihe to place Ihe White's was to Increase tbe distance to Volt COPY OP THK LOCAL TIMK CARD OH Ol HkR INFORM I ION 1*bE 1KB TICKET AOB.N"
& Miller Line guests, of Mr.[ and Mrs.[ J. orange Industry on a lifts practically nOle.
The Beach II. Mathls. Col. Graham Is thinking sure and satisfactory basis is lo gel togelher I'renm Vonnifune gets rid of the his hotel. There were openings all .. D. HA.HNHRGt l Pu.tHi.lvr Atfenl sr. AUGU3TINB. FLO HI DA

like men anti operate or co-opcr worms quickly easily and with no around the oval, but not lighted. Nevertheless 'u _ u _

Summer CRESCENT.u seriously of locating I Florida, and he )ItIhurotlghi our own completed Citrusr.xehnnge. hud aftur rffpcts. Price 2G cents a the fearless American concluded .

-- seemed well pleasediili CrescentCity. : hot tb. to make his exit by one of -. -

u,.enJ cU.onvlll,oiiTueadayaTliur diiyl. Col. Grahim I is a distinguished At the close of his addiess Mr. Roll Sold by Aekorman-Stewart DrugCo. them It was very dark under tbe AAYCOMPANAt4.i..S'
Covehliua spent some time answering. 'itlcstiOulsauth und J. li. IlauKliton.
crmcont City and prlnolpal Wnj explaining such points' connectet, since that at that moment a FORSYTHSTIT(
The home of John Torrcy was llu' \\ itli the organisation as were not qultt

WdIgReturnIn,1aaveSCreSoenteIt1' on Wadne,. scene of a merry family J party last Saturday ,, clear 10 the minds, of (hose present. Landsman and Sailor. cloud rolled over tbe moon. Suddenlyhe felting i j Machinery? And Mill Supplesca.r'ied in stock "tW.Ic : '
After which Mr. M. I':. Gillett tin felt some one brush by him and a .
To the ii, lid 411111 II I the sea tiiUHt always the largest moat
Ditto a. m.lukwiivlll evening the of[ the Como
and Mondays at : purpose' gatherIng cloth his face. He bad hav4 0
1"Fld.y. huin of the Exchange look fly against -
.malinger POHXCHH ihui iuupi'' $ i thiU tu the sailor of MACHINERY and MiLL' ,.Sjft '
wharf footoll.al1ra8t.e'. being to celebrate the eightieth the floor and, after few hoard that the members of the International .
: a pleasant rem.irlts -
Iii ty IIH rtiMiiul, \ PLIES IN BUT Wf HAVg
tllepbone 2'HQ birthday of the [liule anil acute host. of ,proceeded lo read nl'loll' ( 111111"11 Ilul League of Pickpockets were ;a_ THE .SOUTHj, 1(
whli-li lo et'i'ist' hiM t BRANCH OUR OWN OFftCE
.kll _. HOUSI.
foot of L..mon "tw' and explain b'lwe"1 hue then working Rome and were used to .55 leo '
wnarf Mr. has friends \\ho\tlsh conlrcl '
Ulima c/
Torrey many
Central Kxchange and the associated er Imoli IIIIH n Hpi'einl pel h li Inn, fur I hi' Af-r- SMOrJ THAT WE HAVE THOUSANDS
-5- covering their victims' faces with a 2 B
him many more of the" happy occasions. and closed with huible Kufi'ly tif I IbiiHt* who down, l ti> I tlit> FECTLY vSATtsriED CUSTOMERS.
a '
Trade. Manager.JacktonvIIIe. ,, Kr""rs. brie II when them and It .
E. T. CLARK and earliest, speech the Him In silli| ". and t> 'rr) <>nt> wlm ten, newspaper robbing -. FOR CATAU)
\ Flit. Miss Sarah Andersen Is spending this great Importance of this work of organ!- turcH' 10 lentt, I tin* rtlittri goe t Infillultli flushed upon Mr. Baxter that his be bandto '8 'C SAVf fou M '. # t $. OURMHINIIYIS '

ind urged the growers to take up,. a eoliKi'ioiirttuwH) ot > til i lilri suffering robbery. Clapping EAs7 lUrtWll4'I AND .

Transfer Co. we"k at Soa\re"/1\\ ilh her mother \\'ho Ilnl. Ihe important work of organ!- own In I tlif IW" .> nun his pocket. be missed the porte- fTU INe"yoP W T ..I CAN.I. I tUARNTEI.

Crescent City has been there [or some time. Mrs. linK. ihe needful associations and esttmating tlrlll1'1,, '"' Ilrh'.II.I pieS Dy .iyon
Andersen line. in health nnd the amount of fruit lo be bandied ".1"1 11711111 Throwing his arms around tbe person h __ .- _-- .- -- --- -- -'.
Junc improved In, nil mill "Ii ut'Iy at I hate wiilkedby t
Ciesornt City
\ at
all trains
Ui..u gO'1
b) the Exchange the coining sea wbo bad passed bmw he dragged him
of for Tux rii'ed.
strength during her Seabree/e. ; NO'1
slay no iiii'iiiiH with "eiiunl' such' Kvory AI'pl."Uol 'I
lion Night trains by appointment. a soil back Into tbe arenit. There he found So Easy. Nole.U thnt Illlliiinn Hutli-
She wi shortly RO lo Pablo beach as The florIda[ Citrus Exchange, is the 101'11'1' brlnus' tm Home Mtory" ol' ilenth fill; In "I'lll,, ,. '" ''II'' ) I ,' ; pur.ihmiui.r| of Tux (.'owl ltu'ItU(
he held i
M. LABBEE. Manager while I hue that a priest. 111111111111 No. a. iliitinl I flio lOt ilny of July, A. I'. 115'7.IIIIH .
8. I icrentpn
the of Mrs. O. I' Havens and of[ the of and itspower or I un ,
guest igcnl growers Ilor"ll nl'I'Ih'll Inld. "Ab. ha I" be cried. "So you thieves 'Ic.ni- 'lii.Ii|1' \M iin' In"l. Illi'tl milil I In ill V ortli'w, Ii lIlt
from there will to Crescent for good will be measured by the .Ni'iiger, Hlilpti eiimi mid go In IWlol. I tlir ti'ii'iihuni1 mill nft.*r a him nnniu II U..to I..rll..t., tux .UfuU to IMHUOIn
re'"r Cly. resort to tbe priestly dress to "r"ulh
commi I HM'oidiiiir. ct'rti lti'atO
B. B. HARRIS; Among the graduates from the Attle- 'imnnnt of close fruit of pledged the to It. OIUIIH reKtilni'liy. hl'IIIII' .no ivimrl your depredations. But you can't foal ..i.1.1"'Il, tIll SC I ilit'in 1.'I"r.,1 I flu"I. ,.I".lb. '"lowl"l I.w.il".I'rl"d H.lo 101"'rI7|
At the meeting an opporunit 11'1 Hllifliie. I than tliimi1. II>l hluli ."'1" I Iv JUKI. nluil I I t IlkPUnvln .111"0 to-Mltt
boro, (Mass.[ ) hlgl1cboolllle past month \ was gh-el Ihe growers present to flint liatu( Kept I thiMii ri'nin I Ill'::Lil,' nou an American. I'l get my money back n-.v Thil NVhiif I I llnllnj I tnn'l ,short nl Muctlim 10. toH ,UHliln H n. rniiHn
oftltese ill l'411 I
back 'lh. iiurt'HTho
break over one
the contract and fourteen names or I'll your
Barber, were Ihe Misses Linda and Miriam Pay- sign the rl''O'd.1 h i till' |,""," "riil imiilin-iw, Wright' New York CII Iii liiiul hI'I 115 niHi'MHiul nt tho ilfitit nt
Their friends here will not were secured and ful pledged to for" Npned .roi Uli--, stone walls. "I tHHiiiinvi' of .1"1| i.01'tltli'iiln 111 ti. ","n.
CRESCENT CITY. son. Iululy: imount of 19,280' 1.11 I. 111'1,1.1 Then came a volley of words like an Mr..Inn, ) tTi, lee. ..1,1 .rll.IO p

be stipriseiL ,that their rank In cl.ijs was a No organi/atlon was effected but nmeeting IlI'MH trill- HIH'etK fllMllllllll 1-ltllHtJIIII, explosion of a Galling gun, but since Reason Enough. .11111.| re..i.i'hn'd Ill't'orillltX 10 llIM. '

Aclcm shop and a clean satisfactory high one. On ing lo their sllntl"lll a for tint purpose was arranged nlerli'i'Hx i If .". would I>IIIHH i ilii-in' wiilisafety Mr. Baxter knew only two Italian Critic, (Its t the compoHpr plays Ills A r I>1..10. I.l.rl.n on tile Idl.d"y n' AiitfiiHt, 31

for Sninnla: afternoon at 3 o'clock on peed nt Hi'a liaMroiiii1 I liirmiuhInriter last Very tine Indi-cd. lint what : 1011.05: lIlY ,
and Hair Cut of
Shavt Riinninteed. ;
thirty two pll'I'-
class of over they nero words, "dove stn" (where [sl.) they .
pro t Ullh of A. l
.. tf. the 111 of August. A. I'. D"Wol. and im, .>"ri- oUiiitly, .. mriinmlslilpH. Is I Hint whlcli t the :: lilly \ .lillI.ISH'I! ) :
'I'rv III. the four who did not to take finals duced no effect upon him. He felt allover piiHHiiirv 1tIe" colt (Hi-nl,] S HKNllY r
hl\ So t tin* fninlliiir, ,,ld xli>i'"t. t lln> clillls run down (lie buck Composer 1'1'rk Clivult I'ourt I'utliHiii I..II,.Fill.Hy .
.M'l.e.t App 'atlontor 'r.. neon.Xolln 01 the close of the >cir.lion. : in COlt In nun ie- the man's body to find bus porte- wuutlorer the J. tt.! U.U., lAd).
of Dr. G. F. I "Iofl Is nhcre uSe I .
li 'i,,.ruby gIven lInt b. F. King, lo the Memory 1IIo"DOI uionnalp but found only 10 centesslml. That his
parclimer o' :'n cerlllU'ata No. Ittl. uatudUt James R. Hone I Is 1111 persistcntly Sprague. relic' In I hN I'lmscloiiHiieHU nf ampleNPII or 2 cents. Then after giving the hotel bi brought to (hlm.-I"legent. Notice of Application. for Tax Daeil. I ''I

,lit. day ) ',,ilv, A. o. 1'JUT baA Illoil nald' urged. to run for M.i>or Urook room pIously pjnculnted. "tfnd, hi-lp Notice IN :hiiroh> given that :Illllman: Rultmrlandoo.
(Htlflnte' In "'. onltie. and ha. made appllcallmfortax atiliore !" IR not fellow his opinion of hIm (In EDgl.h). ., piircliaNHr, of tux cmltllciitu I N 0. I I. dOted
tonight -- -
dotd ::0 IHHIIU In acoorilant'e wilt] lyn N. Y., and( the IJrooklin, 1'linos of h low sad hliis \car)' world cnn be, the poor fol(1 telling him that be been very him I'll diy, or Julv.. A. ] lush, hoe lund euutdcllrtttiCflio
I li.. silil, corl'tlcHte:\ omlmttice the rullowlnHfrirrlbra \\here human life must qurciy end; wholly flltl"fc.-L Frank Tooker In bol .le. Don't Mention It. : I In ni.v otnce. : 1 hiss made npl'llcn-:
recent dale devotes considerable spacelo terous In ; plunder to a for lux ilwil to I.. In with
iittiiauid In rtilnam coiuu lark
|p"'r' I) > For we miss and( mourn for (lice, Century. PUSIDt I lon ""da.
now Snppliodd-you me ,
Klvndl.to.Kl.* Mr. I Howe's The Times _ figure footsteps were to sI'el tr'I be Suld 0l'roluhlate folluwliiK .
%l', ofnwioolliinT, townihlp It ., fillies Ilailabll) Our dearlv lined departed friend. Init litllpd by tblt 1 owe my 0'.0'r"o'IY\ llnaled In Putnam county, '
does want the of gMng, beard running away Mr. Baxter re- I lo. .
MftwarrusTneMld stales not lour kind and helpful way nii hlne FIcuilKir
IHHU wing assAmied at the date ofihtliHutnce'1' thalllr. 10we and Recorded. In ench IMng hearts; Baby >ri> that after all. there were life to yon. flow shull I ever repay __Mlol'sot4, lon In, toMnahlp Bn. raiiifo, C4u
''' .licit cortlttrate the name of office, but that republicans eveuldemocrais inuilH by all snot lung syrups and m.mbrel you? Stouten-Young man don't let * tnkncmi, ''nleiin Shut onrtincalo nhiillM In Ills can Made[: |lo> ful yt"a.for you while 1\111 nipdlclnva thiit contain I opium only a five lire bills la the porte- Maid 'laud btilngaHHoaited at ttiodate, of the
mleeniNl vcordlnit to law lax deed are uniting urging .\nd, pain for us that now we part. inby Elixir monaale. So be gave the thief a sound trifling debts like thnt worry ; 'iHHiinnci of mioh, ourtlltcate In Ihe tiaino of {Tn- .
he Is Ihe inS,,. and narcotics., McUoe's ln.by known. 1'nleHH HUld, ciirtlllcnto Hliall hervduunietl
.uifl.usiiironon the BUlb day of AiiKimt dld.icy. They say' be. New Yctlc
o \ and Una) kick and started Lie.
\ drubbing a
A. Ii.ict' strength so grand and great oo"tlin. no Injurious( nononlliiK' h.w.ln doodvlll IHHIIOthuruon
!'iiiitu m> jillclal tgnatura and. anal thinUattbdiy Several meetings have already been hell \You\Ithslood the storms of many years; driiK soy aura and suite out of tbe ruin quite pleased i that he --- \\. on the inih day of AUKUHI. .\. U. .lnoii.ltniiiHniy ,.
oltli-lal and i-ol this
->' lulv A. I II.. 1900. In his Interests loved one's fate for dlKonh-n-il utomnclio, bowels lost of his youthful strength Sufficient Re*>on. : HliinaMira'
full\ HENRY. IiUTHiNSON .\nd! \'ell was) thy cure bal none the Ultli I tiny of .Inly. A C.. lllnll. 141
Clurk nlronll court I'ntnnm Co. Fla.Mv Baseball cnlhusiasts: flocked to Ihe I 'Hi fool thy bier \ilh bitter tears, and rretfulneHH-splendid for teothnir or courage. Tbe only fear be felt was Chum-Wliy 10n't you 'assert )'ollrolltbul'Uy (11..1 HliNKl Hl'lOHINMllN.' .
J. e.llall.. D. C. from thee our Milui'd friend, Infants. as the family and l.I.'k l'lr.,11 0. Illnl.( 0 Fla.
And at possibility of havIng to appear .
__ last H O
Kouue.orttpilcuuion diamond on the old Morrow place \hose three-score year and more; 80'f by Aekerman-Stewart Drug Co., In court I against the robber. On take ninttcrn In your own hands Mend I. 111. _

MllM iHliurvhyiilveii| | for thai Tax Doeil, VV. Oll' >on iJ Saturday to witness the games b'lwcel Si II I met stills an untimely end J H. Halghton.Th. ing at his hotel be told his ndnlur.olrl' of the House (motrthuhiy-Siy wife Nol h'. of Atipllcntlon for Tax II... .

w, purahjuur ifli-T of tux ceriltlrain Mo. the Crescent City and rrullland teams.Grosvcnor .\ thou art gone before. won't let me.-Baltimore American. Ni ice la I hcri'tty Klvfli tihll( I. FniHi.r.
.....llweih' day at July, A. B., 111011I. hayS filedidfiaciloiinlctiriltlcaloln to bis wife. "n"'hR'r or IWn'H\.nlll..x ( 'rL i.juutC No.
) have and, Mr. liolton pilched all the bloody scenes of war "I 1 th I li I, ItHNf
my oltloe,and GIII. riirouuli Twenty Cant R.v.ng.. "Why. my dear said that lady ::il ,: i end:
'iwoaiiiiUeutloii' fur mx do.dlO Ituitio In acignalnre all him ttliMl 1111 'rtl ti'lutc I In my filtlrii,
:iO0ln" wilt law. t.iIi 1.70' wild oortiiicateThbtCe. for the home team The first game 11"skill ;ax ailed lor ; and far She was In 1 very bad, temper as she have your pocketbook locked In the tintl iniiihi. iippllt
''' .In II.\\1.following''' ciiuniy d..c'lbell Flolda. to-Wit IlrO.rIY'd \ i1'b resulted In a scu of 16 U> 4 in favor olZretccnt \V'ho wounded In the, blood ones from fight U'I near' f.I. boarded 00'I'rllll avenue ear trunk." I, ,..'.o."d.I"lIh. fnllowlliK luw.ili'm-i Hnlil, llM'cl curtlfluiitH,pi,'",,H rlv

\ r..ecIIoii 19' WwnebiO N a. 27 City. TI, sccoml With hul I In sickness still I Ihnu did Her temper vena not Improved by the Thereupon Mrs. Baxter unlocked the You May Hlliintiid I In lntiiiiiu: county:: lurlilii,,, toMltlHe,14 i
O4pu of no'4 end of.o'4-iu' .If.ee .. fact that as Ah"> drew of n and took out tbe pocketbook."Well. or 110)4) mill nuH of BOX, Huctlnii III, ,
nu4 home. trunk
fI,...,(1"111 .o..d I"e-II"I. 0' five Innings) gave 5 lo 2 for the .Vnd shield. the suffering, poor; 1 quarter towmloIltp N H, nIl 27 v.-Ml her.'.. :
,'bl0Uuullcs! of ouch .0tlII..a. .1 III tile n.o of crowd watched the games Nor did huh use own wants ever send dollar from her jeweled gold purse the ." said Baxter meditatively, "I 1 l'h i::, Mild In,nil II"W': HHHCHHI-II: at tint iluto of ,
A good
rig, I'onfl '1'11'0.. t'niou. 00i41 607 of said team. The helpless necdv from thy (loir.c coin slipped from her fingers and rolled downed him anyway." tlio 1..I1..r' Hitch, "' ,'" I In the nil..

.nlll'6') '. "1111 be rudoniwi. Iltw, and rooted nobly for their 1lorl") .. Hoop of the car. She made at tha door Need of \\ .. 1"11"0 I ,,Co. Unl...,... mill!
\deo4 t111 I ieiio thooii "cordln'Uo "lt1 \ knew him but to love him, on There was n sharp rap ItAsk linrtolHiild I '('iiii'il
of Ufit) : A, I-i,, 11594., :,: Thos. II. Keating ex-Pulatka: saloonkeeper and, alued friend; no move to rl"o\'el' the money but Opening It. there stood two of tbe nil 1I."lnl tu II".lnx, tltwil ,will I IHHIII. I.tlnnn
ttlIfle.. One dear AiiHTUHt A. l> l 10001.OS'ltlu0
,. my o"elol, and noiil this of liusiness l I'.'o dim when the conductor came In to collect tloaal In swallowtail coats :, I.n' ollk-lnl'
th.94u9 de, ,,f 14113'' who nas. put out .\,sd m.m: >' an e)e with tears were police HlKnilturi) and will til la
'So.ij!! ) ; } 's1if'jIW' 'OIllNROS. ago whel Ihe counl)' voted "diy" To know his worthy life at end. her fore oho pointed with the tip of white cord algulllettes. cocked (Napoleon your doctor about the tho[luih Mi'nll day of i liKNRY ltv' J: A.NiH I / : r ,

''en.. utrault" court Putnam Co. Fit. year overwhelming majority of 231 I ( helpful words and kindly acts, her bnndsome pnrasol to the coin. ) bats and swords. Any one could wisdom of your Ayer's ITvrk OlrcuK 'uiirl l'Ulnl"l.I .
Hy J. O. BalH. D. O.ppiicatlon the II. keeplnl
by List Saturd.i iecwing .. slarr dew'Reinmcd flowers, "I dropped my fare," she said snap lee by tbe serious expression of their Cherry house ___-,___Hy J.l. IhiIiO..ll.0._ )
c.U.r ,\ for Tux Deed. "an in Crescent City shine oul alonl his life with facts plsbly. 'Tlcte It up." countenances that the dignity of the NotlooofAppticatlu for Tax llccd. -

tr.U.) 'I. J1".rt"1.v' given thnt a. F.' Wing, names lo a petitloa lo bring \Inch |' wondrous powers.Ve The young conductor looked her In Italian realm bad been Behind ready for colds, coughs, croup, Notice, !is luiruliv: Klven: that IIHImim HmhurInndC'o. -
$Wit,0 purulianorof tux cortlllcato No.t, ilutnd
fn* VorUnvut No. 74, iliitMilA'l in olendc. .
.the.rllI'.IIJ'lo" Juiy > lw>*?> h",. lllo>1 ""''ll about another "to el or dry"election mourn thee, but all life must cease the eye for Just n mowent and then them stood a delcate. bronchitis. If he says I's all .the l't day of Julv., ,.A. l ft., :IIW7 bIle lllvd nald

Oto) '' for, ?*niv tiueii::i'Itcii.ftnd to 'Issue has In mnd BcviinluiioeinJT nppll-. Putnam count)'. Mr. KI'llh.1 secured ,\I.llhl human' clay grow cold; 8100pIDA. he plelel Ib. from be looking priest wiping leralcbes on his right, then get a bottle it ..IIcu.o'In duod.my 01.1 iHHiia, and In hai accordanita msde "" 1'1.-.

"'Ill \ ""hi' 'orlIIoo.bra" the filliiS'l' ho names here of several while people, htuit! thy spirit is at peace thO sllt9 the Boor coverIng. face and forehead with a bloody band- at once. Why not show a ,law, Ruld curllllculaemhrauoithe. folloMlnil di-
','1 Propeit, altuiuea In Put. In low : With God In the hel\elly he took four nlckols from .rlb"I'r"I'"Y, .111.011 In Putnam county,
:: was r.elsurrly
: [last seen of him kerchief.Mr. ? :
i01"'ty., FiO'idii. to-wit i"twtlol but the lh.it thought dry the falling (tear, little foresight in such matters towll
icu,4, ii IDS, making a round ofVhilevllle" lav |IH pocket anti put thl'l where thoquarter Baxter, marching between the Nuittofnwifiontlon 91, tawnHhtpS a, range
> heart
""lotto township of B. B. I 1rl., cheer each sldd"n"1 ; Early treatment early cure. 41 punt, -4iiairfM.Tlio .
I \ld had before. Maybr It officers of the law was taken to the ,
fttSa1,1) mud b"8' Bubs Ion our prlnclplc Now sorrow Ing o'er thy bier bl"1 tnld land beIng UHiOdned al the dntit of
\: a..I.t l the date oI \
( ; and demoted He. was the of bending that made police office where, summoning: his the Iwiiijinco of MUCH certificate' In the namo of
01 I UiUmul""u"l:, > <:<"'""ollt '" thiS n"1" suburbs. .Mr.[ 1'Ihe lot Ing daughter 1101.t W. publUb_o"e tOemul05 \v I'nluHHHiililcertlllfutoHliall,
.tall 1. 0'1' Unle mill, .,uertllU'nt( negro Kelllllstllc' of n his fiire, rld. When be straightened Italian vocabulary, lie kept repeating: W.'b. ilh .,..b.1 1.1.lcll"'OI! ihlg to law tax duod will I Is. '
undertook :
11. I "."''""thoreou Ii000rohlnjf to IIOth htw that he came back .to the county With Ihe b"atel sympathy AP. up be rang ui> the fare, turned andutiintered "Dove sta the Americano consulate A > trom*aur . 01 A't;;: 011 Ihe I"'Y the-
A I" :, Ihe work ol this petition, at riend, Imt-k to the rear platform. Ills plea was finally heard and he urtr* T you..*toaoosiult 111.\tile'.. my onii'lul' lnnaltiro' anil seat, thla

.1:((94'tii 9101: ,'d'IIIY/mel'! l.I A. El.matureaml.enl htN,9. this earnest solicitation of the lending I man huepeople On Hiring' a Cook. II'IV'ork I'reHs. wus permitted to write a Hue to the lers dootov Ib( ':t| day of July.;hENleY A. !).Iii limil.' !:"HI"OS.
; that not
IiiRy wbo but whose '
hlUT1f1NitON consul
U(l'rk "lrol1l1 Itln.ByJ.U.II..II" of lallkl. old 1 ID need of n cook was no came Influence Many a dull and stupid, Olurk Clr.llt Ol. 1'llllm Co Ftc
Uourt I"UIII" l'O". The woman
I lie for the J, .
,. to siuii. got Corrtctad.Inspector availed nothing but to secure iiy 0. "al., n. I'
whole trouble is duo
-. D.C approached and lookod so generally when the to a lazy
-- well groomed Inoffensive -- -- -- --. ----- --
maltreated -
I OlIN1o( here on tin- statement the( mauaeer of tho of Vlllnnre Sc-hool (question- American who bad an We firmly believe your own doc-

attire I.ApplicatIon' for Tnx Deed. many slllallres be no saloon in Cres prosperous that thought hi- lund' nt c11.1-O\) l>oy, nhut Is an priest n fair trial I Rilt..r was lver. tell you that sn occasional dose NotI'eofAiihinclon Notlco IH nuroby gi Yell for that Tux Flood tIlt tl.r.

"Will el, hereby. given thnt J. H. Will. hat there Palaika employment agency 111 ( ) diinno, locked of Ayer's Pills will do such boys a great lund ll I .. piirchBHor of tux .HII"11 N,'. 40.>
". "" >""" of FtC of high priced ? d"j"lI.ly-1 lp.
Oertlfleute the
"hi." inlVil"* '.MI tile nib"l """, of August A.l). IW)*. cent City, but that the people the pell last found ft placa whom for be hud been IRIIll. l"petOIVI'I.1'1111 tol Instance, The next morning before the time deal of good. They keep the liver active., Hind iliilod aW n \\I In of my July I oltlreand' A. I>. 1 han 1IW7' ,mado lina,

ills ulSlilii1N> .!"" '" lily ojll\)e.l,ilil wanted them and thai signing French cook tor from to France? Pu- for calling the case the consul -Hade bj the J.0.Ally Co., towoll Mn rN.HU'O application .Ire to Inane, In aiicnnliincawltti 'ns
'It "i1""" for tax deed < Issue was situation. Ont the could rl,11 arrive
o find o ...
that the .igner trying to -- -- ------------- law. vinhrncofl the fol,
"nhniST' ti I"'C" t With 'I"*. .". .IJ curtltlciite. ton simply nwnnl Ihe would not even listen (brightening uti-lcout.) air. that yer vlllled the priest wbo hud, been 8Ille. lt.wtng d..erl..II''ur"orll. allnalvd 'In I'm' nnni ,
l P lowln/ doaurllwd propiirty" willing to submit the III"SI01 to new customer pl for feyther yer on bons- and. who proved to be a man or A".I..lnn, for Tax Kneil.Nutlrol cOllly. II.rhl., : )
Eitte4h0Ir l y"1"1,1! nul"i I"'orldn' o-wltl: the of the French cook. eUlld'f. I. huruhyv.llbal) l Illlliimn 1 Rllilorl.nd! HW'i. MIOIIOII S, 0..
[lo forgot townnhlit
"lOirrwui'lo1,1,1:: ''I"B"'" f'r "t, 'book V, people null let them settle I. I to praises French cooks to t'other day an,1, a.d aa how ho'l The latpr'IS explained f'o.; ., : .i :" e lO fl-SI)ltrres. nintieThe
*" : "Dou't mention bl..1 .rl'"Y" ). 1UII7, 1 him lund unlitOttrllllcHlu
tsap townshIp a, rungo tl eV" It had alrendj heel "'II.t byan of cooking lay it shlllln' yer couldn't rolde : to tbe eele.latc.'bo l.tene tIle lot day ) nald land being amoiMKd 1 at thu .1"4" r>t
that graduates I In mill niuile ftilIh1's.
"nor |
say said the
iHaiiiincoof aiich
sue oll"U In of
\j'eseiui( :: iuiiuI, h) ing, ..0.1 a' the d"le 0'OJ overwhelming majority and me. I've tried both. I like without n-wabblln' off.-London Spare attentively. When tbe coo bul tloii for tat dued In acuiinlani'o with ('ha*. I I..Hyde. {In'' o.rllea. .1" "hull henilinml
1t.,8, of .ilIeii corlliicste tn the nlUUl the people schools. ished tbe Injured party said[ : law. Haiti i.rtIM.e, embrace* the follnwlnffiloHi'rllwil | acconllnK.to law, dovd. will l.on .-,,.
tii910: u'uhi' b.Nu.t:,; IJhiies: uitlii ccc. such an election would cost their cooking. and. I don't object to the ZifomelitIs. Baxter cotues from a land riiirlitnto.wlliswi ,, """ 'In Putnam (3011 shy, ".">". Iho lIlt 1 day or la"". A. I) l lii'0. I'
OiO0i li'il00flIffli It000rdihig to luiw, $200. %ir. "eallghis but they take up too "SIgnore VVIino my outbid eliciiatura .and e"ul lISts WI.Itie
I and nsk.
'''Will' A. 115115. t burooii on thus utb d..y between $600 Put- wages they Isn't largo whore there are a gent many devotedsons i.f.e'4! Noctlon 9, 10wn.bllI., raiiRo UT ( mill day of July., A. Is.. tuon.lloull .

te('::; 'rn:of olfliul.Jluiv' i lee.A.signature p. and mat thisu4io'1' never COtlhtiY been. Ild quite Juittgt'happy Slu"1 slnce of ic. enough much room.to hold MJ nil kitchen the cooking ute ICE CREAM of the Is cburcb.correct or not I your do not explanation e-K the Tim HHiiMioe acres Haiti lantl of hlnl, .aitHeimed". tn at tlm this nnniu ilain of of ( UkNlt\lr.III'(II'I'HSOIS..1. C. llitlla., 1.:I U.. tl.Nolle .'1.
iliRy I'TOHINHON nam tk require. and my Income .T. B. D. W..d""r" A Oo. IfnlpiM nald onrtl(lento 1 : ,
'"" ; ihu him out of the h..lne. 01. slls they know but If the matter was a mistakeI Mliall ba accortilnic to law. tax tleeil .
kllr.UI'Oou., 'Xhioeestylish
Putimiiil'o. jut them. ..h.'mot for 1' Dniul.
17J.O.H"I..U.l.. I.ano youlb ald nClro".. fho enouii.need to four buy at many .c. a Dish excuse It: If It was a wanton attack ,111..loIII..rooo) on tli., liltll ilnr. of AUHUHt Nollco' ,'AI'I.lr.lon MI..n 11"1111"1. Kuihi-rlmul.
bauchh'l tlm.1 0. 'pnrclianer ). d
!'.PPlulon' for Tax hash Ih" 15701,117 1'"I"lklwnnl and molds and (sm..lelotbl."a,1. I forgive It. WttmMM 1)oinolal Httrnattim And aenl tills .lIlt day of July. .IO.'e. hu llluU Si aalilonrtlllcitte ttmltho ,,'
tOUr 1"0. .lllemenl aise'cred pots and pin Iblngos tbe consul and tbe the Ullh Jute A !>.IWW. .
45CIi., 0 r..hy given that B. P. King' the saloons back i I. bi-tt : I cooks use. If 1 Stir a pa.kle ofJELLO A cab containing; | IIENKY lU.TCIIINHON. In my .i: .Ju has mado npi'llcotlon I -
le.,11 for deed
ordinary e"U lax
< law 0 with
corthitoele No. 61 dn after drove up to the 1..0'01'
dry priest Oi Fla ''
0' ,tu9iiu.t given Ilia have to move Into 11.1 ulruutt .llrll'lln.o. law fluid' '..'...
A. majority I .mhra.o. folluolnicruirlda
"In.\\ D.IO'' .Id by tho big cook lly C. eerl'
I .II.t lint fancy courts, and Mr. Baxter was released 1.1. \ ltuu"ia In ""Inam
t l"h.r"on.1antl, 'h.,mad.'PI.leatuo, side In the lath election, 1 majority I'fancy apartment to get a kitchen big o. 1: :to'wlt;:rY .11.ly. -A

I '1'94tt'Ortilictit: embreose the following tiutluerib. Increased Indent Mr- enough to accommodate her." IC CRA NOII"o, of Application, for Tax 1000. M'- 'fi nw!'SectIon T. town.hlp 0 a, rnnin M
greatly .
15, ,I".d bo Secret Ink. Notice la hoiaby gIven multi 5.-IlO
III complaint M.la.not .
'..1: iulnam County "IorlHI. wi n"">ir Is a common .. The land annnaneil
.. succeeds in gettiff "That when one wishesto ,'luretler' of laX .rtle.t 10. being at the dais of .',
and l'eating foreign and A simple "'I'Inl the hi day of Tht. itlodalht the iKnuunco of noh In I tha name or '
i 87. those 1. 11
corlll.a. ,
:.ho.) ) .1 IHIIgS :Hol.tr. .10. 11 election. _____. ____.____- I against epertll. manuigef.am "I I Into a quart of mill and confide hi, In paper nod yet oerthlieate. tn my .niL. ,mude appitrathon bo nknown. Ulllona ald Grlll.aC( .h..1
,' 'ole"'o2f .Inll '._ at the date, of nt Homega banning to think there must be II freeze it. That en b doe keep ''b'l IH lo IIMV ordinary rice water 111W.for Hold'n .n'rtuihesle 11.9,1 10' 151.115 embesees In ,the oVI..eowllb t'lilWlhlI iOhle thereon OIl (he J: DC "\., .

bill b l'h. I"eh,?.rllf.I.11' I Ih.oortlllcawC0 namo of )1"11"1,1. who are '-New York Sun. I In about ten mlout Instead' of Ink It rnnnot be seen d..rl''II''I..y' .11".d 111 1-.n"l,, '11 nrl: ; :
tl, .emed > trots m.n W"I.n 80methlnl in If 1 ThurS \Is nothing ad. furS blue when Iodine ) I : lil'f1 my omnlal' and l l l
to law. tax deed If "crirlkyat when dry. but liirua 'll.
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8 al S651being
hIi4IdhI5t.ue 00 with otlierd. g.4 1tcrIvi the powder .ry .l I, townahlp( s, range nay ofjlhtv.: A.1r".II.
dy of aug. A. ,srecebld ;
*, at ) mlph. It applied lo II. If II desired to 150911| HI"80N.
nook "
II"." homA I lit not 1.1" lt"It'U.: AT 87. I thlnit and .. land nuamiiiiil. the data of .. .
nal : .I (
of the destruction 01.0"
fo' ': and seat this liver. It you find Ill If I log of anything el.. t do. make perfectly sure the 1..11..01.." ou'III"I.lo lb. name of ..'. Iu.n.n. .. !'I .
1rhdl') '.llnalnr the hiotlihe. lt.YOI Thu. would be unusual news Yon will have two of lb. contents of the loiter after II et 'fool Turpentine, Ual. _j
: HII8 r.el cross "roul a them50lvcS qu..r Union mIld certlltcata shall ho mdoammlaccordlnittolaw.
O.'k OOllrt PI. wOJn' VUI. JtlMt buy 15)011 ft1'd women would keep clisheS of dololo.. Ice crea te has been rend the purpose' may be accomplished lax lined will l issue thereon a9'FLY k.fpan oil Horses "nil

By J. 0. Ba.Ua. b. artle (gt'biul0:: "Iln..ry; sit free frol rheumallsm and usual e.t .. by wrttlnz I with a solution on the IHtn day of AuirtiHt, A. P. 1WWWiinoiia (Jittle. 2Ca and GOo. At nil drna' '
0 IttIli as keepingfhetr St for 2S mmntrn my ofltolul ixnatiire and neat this IItures. tt.ll.liw.Chamberlain's .
.el iMailiaffffai
.118 t. starcb In water. A
"Inpp of Iodide of ,
'. "nl.I avTr.1 4 bb' "utfor from re- ilu' 111'e.1 helter : withButllhuird's lbs lillll day of July A. ll. .
1 kln- rrB.0rXnjr I'ehlnirof the II.1 V I 1iisthe5 Lhnhnleflt.Sold lmbe I Illustrated n"l.Book Free.Tke few days later tb. script will have |fs.at| HTiNHY '' eHor. 1
D, Ointment SnOW CMfe* C..U Ray,N.Y. Clerk Circuit lj. Pis Cough Remedy
In- Drug
Ilt Pli.r0,5 11"8 boUlv. by Aokerman-tewar' h. dI8app.r .y 0. Balla, D C.
quIckly, Price cens per Drag Cures Cold., Croup aad kv'rj
: for thIid.0 ll AckMm"u.8tewar t I CoT and J, H. Haugbton WbSopio oou ,
; AU druggist sell Sold : .

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r' !fifilififililifililifililiRRfifilifililifififififiI' ! ! ! ! ! ! The Palatka ws East Ferry Florida Ross Savings, Ibo popular& Trust Clerk Company's at the B3IEIIE1ni --- "' ;.M".d';""] m ,. .l !O' *

bank, left this week for Ashevlllc, Hendersonvllle Wo Hw M
and Advertiser. Lake Toxaway and other
resort places In mountains of North Carolina .

I .. ----.-.- ... ,.. '-'- where he will spend n vacation of

._- ""' several weeks. Reductions
Henry L. Miller Is the new managerof Sweeping
$ City happenings and $ the Palalkn Pepsi,Cola Bottling Co.,

succeeding, Henry Schoop. lately deceased. -
$ Personal 1 mention. $ The business of this companyIs

."''' '''''''''''''''''''. upper Increasing Lemon steadily street Is, nnd Ihe scene the factory: of much on :::::=::=; -rz -r::-=, -_'=-- rrr'_ -.- ." in prices on all .", ." -- __ :

m DeJ>I. Sheriff P. M. I lagan Is out again activity

220-222-224 Lemon St. after a week of severe sickness. City Clerk A. T. T -lny was granted a Summer Clothing Furnishing Goods ;

fl F J. O'llora of Jacksonville a business leave of absence Tuesday night by the ,
vlsiior In Palatka Monday! cIty council and left Thursday morningfor
Montgomery! Ala, to visit his daughter -
) Patrick !McGraw of Crow's Bluff, \v asa Mrs Robert E. Troy. Tho rest of and Hats
Great RednctiouIn 'visitor In the city Tuesday. his family have been with Mrs. Troy for tf

Henry Hulchinson, jr., spent Sunday the past two months or more. '
I nl Ills home In Crescent. City. 'v. B. Surles, who passed a worthless = and we are sure you will never be satisfied until you tfH:

Mr,. Fishier has check on J. C. Hngnn several days ngo.
Jennlo returned from
her vacation spent nt Pablo Bench. was arrested In Hastings \Monday and $ have inspected the Drown Prices andgGoods. Jk
lodged In jail at St. Augustine. He was
All Summer Goods.Ladies' Miss Kmmn. Coxe of Jacksonville vlttitcil '' brought back to Palatka Tuesday and ,

relatives In the city this week. given a preliminary trial. In default of --- '' ...
$50( bond, he was lodged In Jill: lo await !
The Elite moving picture show has
Ii the aclion of the Kinds ,
grand Jury.
suspended operation for the present. i All of Summer- / '
Dr. E. G. Weed of FlorIda
Suits, Shirtwaists, m Kirk !M. White of Crescent City was mabutsitiess has licensed Mr. Charlton, Bishop Turquand. ns, :
visItor In the city !Monday.
a Lay Reader at St. Marks: bplseopal
Skirts Fancy Lawns The new, Sanitary Steam Laundry Is church this city. Mr. Turquand halls: = Weight Underwear. .
?rganm now In operation and doing a rushing from Gloucester City, England: where
business he has taken an active and prominent i i MLYz
dies White Goods Linens and part in church work. He arrived In -.-- --- -
m Miss Nellie; Jackson returned on Tucs- haiku about two months ngo. 1'0'1 ; i
tiny from a two weeks' visit with friendsIn z In Palatka for the
)Jacksonv'ille. lion.( Wm. A. Russell, editor of Remember, we are sole agents
All Summer Goods included in left last for visit wilh '
J. Walter Milliard left last Sunday for paper, Saturday a \
the Alaska' 'ukon Pacific his parents Rev. and Mrs. John Russell, = celebrated 4
exposition nl
Sent tic. at New Haven, Mich. He will also __
this great Reduction.It visit friends and relatives In Detroit and
I The crop of weeds and grass on the other cities of I\lIchigon-hls native Crawford Shoes i
court house square Is nearly ready to state. = ,

is our desire to Clean Up hit rvesi. II. C. Tucker of Inlcrlaclicu was In

I'nlalka Board of Trade will meet in the city Friday on his way to Newark; in black tan and patent leather.
all summer goods while it is Us rooms In the Ray building next !Monday N. J. Mrs. Tucker preceded him sever .
E yet night. nl weeks ago In search of health but ns '

in the midst of the section Rev. ,S. E. Timmons friends of the In Harlem Palalkaon the hoped change for, has Mr. not Tucker been has as beneficial gone to be ns

Yi summer. i Monday.was greeting with her. = M S. Bro'vn Clothier: nd

). N. Dltckwcll, for several I local Subscribers who wIsh their addresses
: ,
We cut the of years FurnisherlllIIlIm
i price regardless m counsel for the Atlantic Coast Line K'y, changed will please give theIr old addresses j jm
as well as the new. It I Is very
resigned last Saturday. hard for us to remember the addresses PALATKA, FLORIDA.

cost to make them Judge J. I. Wlmbcrly of Interl.ichcn: of thousands of subscribers and compliance : J
go. I was noted among the prominent visitorsIn with the above request' will II> \ iBiniiiiiiiii-iiinai''''!. niutiii; :,:,'u.jiwumniir: ,, I lE.'im,. r imitii, grow-arum' mii wiiiwiiii'I :tiimIIiIirki1KrilIIiLii,, : : dllll!' iLl'imr: IB' m i in III ''f

the city on !Monday. save us a lot of trouble and much, delay
We expect to leave for the in making the changes.Mr. .
I! John C. Hoe, of Jicksomlllo was In - -- -- --- ---- -

tlicclly several days recently, looking Russell has taken a notion

northern market shortly for a I after E., property B. Lane III, leresIs.one'. of Putnam lIall'strouuitucut When To He will go he on tires take a Jolly of n new the pleasure ocean.air.ship trip; The Interest in the Free Piano Contest

cit I I.Cn was greeting filcnds ,
And sail the air, o'er our land so (fair-
Big Fall Stock and need the In the .
& we city on Tuesday.V. Perhaps for "a little lark." ,

\ F. Glynn was among the prominent lIe'Ugo from there, most any old vv here, I continues to grow, and the results -
r clti/ens from Crescent City who Then alight In (the National Park.
money room more than the visited Pnlalka: on Mond.iy.Mrs. Communicated. I ,g, I for the first half of the

Knight of this city and her daughter We are pleased lo see many of our ,. I period as shown below are .p '

i goods and they are yours for a sojourning. Mrs Cochran at Pablo of Beach.Jacksonville, arc cItizens Ing their Inking homes active and Interest grounds.In A improv little itk 'il&' likely to be changed at any JIll

effort on Ihe part of each clti/cn would time. Work to win the Prize.
little F A. Gerber leaves today for a trip to
money. Baltimore give our city a more prominent position
sailing from Jicksonvillc upon the map. Nature has done much
the :Merchants. & Miners Line. for us In picturesque scenery, now let
How the Vote Stands
If you want Bargains we Mr and Mrs. :Maurice L mon are reJoicing us do much for ourselves along' the Improvement
over the arrival of a fine son line.
in their home on Thursday, July 2'Mh.Wnrnvr We will again ask our friends to Aug. 3rd:

have them. Ilnmm left Wednesday for get their society or other news items lo .

m !Marvland: and willbpcud several weeks us as early In the week as possible. [i s Cora IStulibs 39,450
i While our publication day is Friday,
visiting friends and relatives on the

If you want to save money! En'tern shoru. we and close set as our little forms I type Thursday after 2 afternoon o'clock S 12.50. Miss: [ Ida Leib 34,990

Mr, and Mrs. Jake Harrison have gone Thursday ns possible. We have to do
on Dry Goods we can save it lo housekeeping. on south Fifth street, Mils In order to catch the mails Friday [rl.T.! I 1L Swindell 22,015K.
in the cottage recently vacated by Ihu morning. Please bear ihls in mind and $1.00 cash,

Unko famil: )'. you will save us a great deal of trouble. of 1'. Lodge. 16,0:55: $5.00
for m $1.00
you. Mrs Robert James and lllllc sonLenis There woo a large congregation nt SI. l2 perjweek.
and Misses Edith and Minnie James M E. church last Sunday evening ::Mis: Cnrolyn] Bryant 7,285 Comfort Swing Chair
Kupperbusch: arc nl Daytona Beach for n -In fact one tint almost filled the
A ten lavs' v'isilProf. building. ){cv. Howard Dutill preached: :Miss Lillie O'llaver. 3fi92(

a most excellent sermon, which was _
I I. I I. I limes returned from I
(Jainesville: Thursday, where he his listened to attentively. Mr. Dulill Is Dorothy> :
I Slaughter 4,090
L The Culpepper's Here. Mrs. Albro Dead. been for the past 6 weeks, leaching in making his sermons fit the season, rarely' ci -
U('\. J, II, Culpi'ppci. ,.."I011., Rex Mrs I.ucleO, 'lhro, wife u '.f 1M 1. the Stale ,Normal" school. oen'lcen.preaching over. of 20 about minutes the same, and duration the song Ella Mote\ .', 2, ((555!

t i'.titk. CulM.'ppir| won.In i I the cllthe Alhro sr, died 11 (the home of hei son, James: Fennel of Melrosc\ was in the Special' music bv the choir and a solo by !(
t fust p i of i Ihl'k., on route lo Mulberrluu1 > E. :M :Alhro jr, in this ellv* list I Mmiiia ell) 'list: t "I'rldnv and made us a pleasant I Mrs. L. A Smith was also pleasing. "i Anna: Lou l Hannah 1, 7')5\) .Psz:
\\ i t llu\' "''(Iflct lo conduct reialscixiccs div morn lug thoul, 1 o'clock, i ,' visit, Mr, "1'ennel said thai was his first .
Last \dne'.iIay. July 2H. theilmiMt \ >eirsMis. \'ilIlo the county seat for n vcarMiss When the people can be mnde 10 understand I' -
a Mice' *,.ssful re'\iI',1 which thi.\ Albro hid been : that it actually costs more in '
)h:,i ul I boon conducting it stnrkc since1 the for months, and a great sufferer" ; Myrtle Conrad of Glcnwood lime and mOI1(')' to travel over poor
I IStli, The Siarkv Telegraph list I'rliKnoutlined been expected houil:although. her deiih mid 1 \\ iso has been the guest for a week of road than II does to travel over a good 'r

(' : the follouinir I : "The great was none the .less ly and for several. days, it her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. 1C. A one. Ihev will be less Inclined lo begrujgu !
situ sudden to the
I n\l\.il meeting in progress here since beloved ones \\ ho VMitthed bher bed (;t.,Ier' left for her home on Tuesday.Ille the expense of good roads and
'. jtil\ 18th lo close what is more Important still will be
came j \Vcdnesdi .hle.oIhe vas .u member of the Presb. many Pnl itkn lends of Mrs. vs
midland; may easily be ranked as one terinn: church. In this city and was in ex- Rob 11 Troy nee MissMercedese Triay, willing and anxious to put the businessof $10. Just Received.
road making Into the hands of Intelligent -
of the greatest rclitfious au likening* cmpl.irv: Christ inn wo"in.: svniilhi/e with her in the lobs of her Several
\or known in Mirke. The meetings :She I leaves to mourn ber loss, a bus, infant son, whose death occurred Friday men who, understand the business. The Equal of any $15.00 $15.00.
\\ i re largely attended from start to fin band, tao sons, 1 l.: :\.Vlbro, Jr., of this of list week. Poorly constructed roads arc Ihe expensive Chase and Velvet
tsh l citi/ons of Stnrkc and surroundingeitintry ; city, Acey things that curse n country district. Leather UpholsterTapestry
Sav\\er of Providence
K 1 I.,
i and neir-bv tort'ns. Three services besides .a large circle (If rel.nlves and It.Tile If weed value harvest Is ready. Gather Matt ress. $1.00 cash, ing apparently a $25.00 Art Squares and a large
i u ere held djily and large friends you Iho economy of saving
I' coiiBrc- In Palalka and Truemin Drug Is
Jacl,011\1I11' Company a new cor
1t:1I ion. were Ihe order, the great lent Mrs. Albro was a sister. ofIr.; *. M ]J. lime never lei the weeds ripen their poration that will soon begin business In $1.00 per week. Couch. line of Rugs and Mattings
al limes not being equ.il to tho occasion. Co\e of this city, Ur J, I II. Livingstonand seed lo grow an additional harvest next Ihe new Jefferson Theater building In $3.00 cash. $1.00 per week.
1 rtH' morning sen'ice \\asheltl from 1(1( Mrs, K. A. Tlolard of J JadsOlI\'III": S ear.Kev St Augustine. The corporation Is capl-
,I.. II o'clock and nenrly all the businessImmos Funeral senIces'l're conducted I at '. I.. R. Lvnn of Jacksonville was tallied at $211,000 and will engage in a -
closed daily for this ser\lcc." the home of her son at 4 p. in. Mondiv, a visitor in Ihe city Ihe litter pan of last general drug business The stock I is
Kev. I II I. Dittill of Ihe M 1 I.. Church, of week lie came to see his mother and divided into 400 shares, 200) of which J. H. YELVERTON Jr.
Surprise Party. ficiatintr sister' before starting on his vacation: have been subscribed by H. A. True ,

The I surprise\ vans on Tuesday even The r"molns'l'rC Interred In West vhicli will be spent at Bnlfour N. C.M man, a former Palatka boy. \Mr. True

lug, tendered 1Minnie\. ISuky In lion Calhoun View cemetery, E. S. J, ililburt,,' E. N, I. O Dslcen, well known resident of man has been conducting a drug business EVERY THING FOR THE HOME.
T. Lancaster
her A. S.ViI- In St Augustine for several years
01 birthday anniversary, bluster, vlsilor In
a was a the
niDil enjoyable affair. Some eighteen lord, D.V.. Kimsaur' and l Dr. W, II himday 1 Mr. Osleen city on and his many friends here will be gladto
Informs the ,
Koscnburg, the hear of his continued. time
being Easy
pallbeniers prosperity. He Payments.
\ .nng people were present and It Is The !News thai lie has moved to Lotus, Fla.,
bereaved ones ha\c the svmpalh\ Is the son of Mrs. M. J. Truuman of this
'needless lo that good here he ill
sty a general time of the vv in future reside.
entire cilv.Card cily. 522-524 Lemon St. 'Phone
n suited. 109. Pal tka Florida.
Mis, I' II. I later and ,
The 1 evening was spent in games, nuts son, Joe, arc It Is Impossible for the News lo ascertain -

n' -iiid cnnxersntlon until It o'clock of Thanks.To spending IJnrintf! Joe's some absence lime (lie at Pablo interests Beach.of the going and coming of every -- __ 00----__ ___.__u _
win'11 the jolly party dispersed, wishing the kind friends stranger in the city or even our own -
Miss Huk> many happy returns of the whoso willingly assisted .us' during the I the looked Siturda,: : r.vening Post are being home people., Therefore, we would I'11I1,111II",11I11,11111.I,I !;, ,>in, ,inn! Ii. Him I III 'ill, ,,11I'1,11111'; 1111 i For
after' by Tim ;Men( 'ill.
Delicious refreshment Mere served. mother and sister, we wish 10 express Mrs S, J, I Hilburn. and little doughier company mentioned In these columns SMITH'S J: New and Up-to-Date
our heartfelt thanks, and assure you Ihnt Kithli'cn: ), left this week for n short visit If you would let us know Ihe names of 4 .LIGHT RUNNINGIfyonwiintollheraVlhmllnitSlintll"1.
St. James' Methodist Church. your tokens of love were appreciated lo' \\'Ii,lie Springs. ; Ihenee they will go to.lus your visitors or, if you are going away, IIi Home Made Candy, 4 I Furniture and
H. DUTII.I I'ASl'OR.Services more Ihnn we have words lo express \\ ,iieBvllle, N. C., lo spend the summer. ) let us know about that. Vvensk people Mouse
\\'c can only add, rod bless the noble. Mr. Hilburn will join them In a every week to give us Ihe news and Ice Cream, H I Furnishing Goods
next Sunday as follows: big-hearted clti/ens of I'al:ilkn.i few ,1.1)I t "s, In tell us any social hopl><:nlllgs. Even I at
9-I. prices
: a. m., Sunday school, J. N. Black- Hot and Cold very
i E :M. then we miss a great people, but Drinks.
vv i II Supt., Alhro and FIIIIIII)'. I 1:1: IInolher column. of Ihls issue will many M I
II ::00( n. m.. Preaching. b\ (the Dtistor. b,' round the od\'erll'menl of the we blame must yourself reiterate for ; don't blnmu us, --A..tr..._ Go to
7,110, Senior bpwoith Stetson University. Southern School of not telling us.Vc I f I"
p. m., League. T"legropby of
i, 15 p. Evangelistic services by the Stetson. I'nivcrsity his: a special' bulletin l"e\\"UII, Ga. Youuig! men anti hors de.slrou'vf are lish,perfectly all Ihe news.willing nnd anxious 10 pub Huyler Candies. II: R. S. Mooney
I I'hlur' learning: telegraphy. would doseell
giving information ,
"i nine and go thou wllh 'its and courses offered In concerning 10 read Ihi. ,,uI. Tlioi. H. Keating, who has been cir II L. A. SMITH k
music the fine .
\\ ,. Si ill do thee Ronil" the mechanic arts. This may artsand be S J, Kcnnerly and Iwo daughters: culntinga petition. for another "wet or ,4 I I'alatku Florida. ,

recured by addressing a post card, request Misses :VI.lude and Ladle, left last: Sunday City dry"last election week, stated that he while ut Crescent ,4 I rwlulkn, Pliirlilii. !If -

to the University, for a visit to the Alaski-Yukon- county and undertook came the work buck to the EILTIL-r:., (, | : in- m.ITI, ,. IB m iLlS 'if.,m,
The Faculty of the School of :Music Pnclflc exposition at :Seattle. They will the of this Undertaking; and Embalming..
Young Men Includes petition at earnest solicitation of the -' ,
nine ill.fruclor.-gradunl"s( of visit California and Ihe National I Park white
lending of
people Palalka
the great conservatories of the country' before their return and
and students of Ihe best that not a man approached had refused See Grainaer for groceries. Best in
Learn Telegraphy pi.ino: violin, organ, etc nitisterstnoice' .. Tlie ladies: guild of Si. Marks church 10 sign. If Mr. Keating did make such a In the city. Prlees always. rennonnhlp.
Thc School of I Fine Ada will have a cake and bread sale nt the statement, all of us will have an, opportunity -
provides for
,Acl'rn1\n.Sle\\ to know who these \
store lending
Telegraph Operators m in Great (i pen egular, pencil and special and courses> In draw'ing. .\(IK. 7ih, commencing at 10 on a. Saturday m., anI' people, of Palatka are for, as has white been Nice, pure Georgia Cane Syrup
crayon composition lasting throughout Ihe day. Your patronage published before, the News; Intends lopilnt put up In nlr-tlirht cans, 2)a) ; ">.., IGo;
Demand decorative modeling,Illustration portrait I and water china, colors at I anti will he appreciated.If. . the list In full as soon ns 101 has I 5 he lb., Sic; II IbH 70e. Ou"r"iit""<1lo iQ
Intl absolutely
ny. and
been filed pure
with the commissioners frflfth. At A. _
county ,
lt\S.( THIS M:: YOril Ol'I'OR- 'I he department Is In charge: of a refined W. Scott, formcily superintendent and becomes public tiraimugar's Golden Oats Grocery,
'I I I N; [ I''' t.. learn .n first- dig triideHi and cultured Virginia lady who is :n of the Palalka: : Telephone. s)stern in this There may be some business property In
I '"it IMI.VM, .it good salary very month graduate of the \VOman's, College of city, but. more recently emplovcd In lei Pnl.itka who will sign the petition but Have you seen the new bulletin
'in'' I HIM your. Thiire, will be "a greater Richmond ephone construction work at 11. Pierce, tIm lending while people and 'business Stetson College of Liberal Arts? Send
di "ni'iiKl" for Tcli-itrnph, ( Opnrufoia( this The School of :\I"chollicrls Is well VV.M in Ihe city Tuesday, being en route men have talked very differently wills for copy. See Ad., pogo four. .Raua'l
"''..lInnd Winter than titers him been e'llIll'ped'lIh laboratories for Physics lo his home at Porllmd, Oregon. the News.It HlmUJooraHlnKln 'llinwl( ffAolaWi*
fur ninny years (pair, The prominent and !Chemistry, and with! shops" for wocd :r.I ," ;\f""..". 3 or 6 do.... "666" will cure any Mowing Miwhliiowrltoio,
i illicmiM: I of tlio South mid othxrjmtHofthe turin iron working. TIle Instructors, In J C McCoy took a .party of voungpeople Is the business of the newspaperman ,1 aim, of Chills and ."..vAr. Price 2T>o. Ml HEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANT
I'nltHiJ, Htntes lire writing Ihls department, have been trained In the for a 1 lunch ride on the river to boom the city for all It Is worth ''l Orange MaswuUanr
tus> to ijnallfy n. ninny Boston :School of Technology, Colum Monday: evening. going as far as Federal' month after month and week after week, Send for special" announcement of uwtni math!*..are ma.l.M tIi TVi'Saunlltir .01
iii...,. of. good diameter. for their ser- bit, Cornell, and, the I.n .rsiiy of Chicago Point. The run was made In splendid' and then see $100 worth of printing go The Man Behind counts 1lIl\lIoic. the Fine Arts, and the bin lh. Mew alemme!ii.,""
vieas, wn possibly can. We trust and In Ihe world famous woodworking time, nnd all enjoyed Ihe trip Immense- out of the city because 10 cents might be the Gun Mechanic Arts at IStclson' University Our Bimrantr, n.v.r rtma JiltHold
ililif HID reliable. ambltloua boys of establishments of Sweden. I 1). TIll ,party was given In compliment saved by so doing. It Is the business. of The run..not",.t do tints binn. trreutumm-ity\ t If bin gun with i ni it'ml will. flxlnit."1,1', "- DeLtoid_ : Pla.WANTED.__ ______ .I II by .utIerlget. dealer"
Ihe n
newspaper 10 give local ro tiaM
tin- South will rally to this golden to Miss Olmslead, of Pomona. every entertainment v'nt hint from Hhmuliitf nocunitnlyV ,ilo
opportunity,, Gentlemen! IntcroKtcU.. enthusiastic and frequent GUN Kt-VAIKINU; in. im expttrt, ..mnniiwr : A hustllnK salesman for I
Don't grumble If home Is "sendoffs," and then catch shoe! because and Ktmrtuitau ..mitUfiiitloii work umt cost the suite of Florida lo and sell R. C. Howell
Our students qualify for service In ;Miss[ Kale, L. Lucas wishes to inform your paper of (tin woraE. popular carry a I ,
not always flush up to Ihe high standard he fails to record the fict that price line of Mcns and Youths
nnlv four to six month We Kunranpositions. the public thai: she Is now prepared, lore citizen has had his O. Pants, from $'>.00 to $21.00 Fla.:
oi Urn.dua.tes) begin ,block, Mouth of your ideal, and does not contain Just some prominent delivery EARLS per dozen on Palatka
on clean and a
renovategentlemen's such matter as desire. Charitably wagon painted' To subscribe 4ITLomos5ttroe, commission bnxis.. It will
"I t:) to |i5| per month ; easy, and, plena- Panama and ..Irahalo you Palatka. Florida
as pay a good
remember, that no editor is capable of liberally to every public charitable and' salesman to Investigate.
; permanent' employment : well as cleaning derbies and soft fell church enterprise advertise them free None but experienced salesmen Horllck's lri.d Milk "nd M Ueil
I nipld promotion.Our hats of getting up finite as good n paper an you need M"
every de.crlllIon.II. could his own lo everything whichwe Constipation cause headache apply. Address Box .
tuition I reasonable yourself. pay way <(< 21. Milk T..bl"ta.t Oralniiers.
; bourd' at Lucas has Just recently completeda nausea dlxslneM. Inntnior. .
prefer lo (10) and then be called heart pal.pltlttloll | Petersburg Va.
Iw rates ; Newnan la extremely thorough course In Ihls, work tinder Drastic 8,6-2t.
Lnw-rcnco Dnrgln, the negro who so prejudiced and mean spirited because a phynlca Krlp".
/healthful ; fine climate. ; excellent the oblij Instruction of :Mr. Charles of brutally: murdered his wife near 'VeiuikutSunday column Is not devoted lo that particular loken. weaken the bowels and don't Job Printing of All kinds
drinking water. Write at once fr :New-; York. 1 She has Instilled a complete July 25; an account of which affair; but these same people seem to cure. Doaa'x UKuleU act gently Never can tell when you'll mash ,
our new Illustrated catalog. A letter outfit and all work I Is fully guaran was given In these columns last week, forget that after the newspaper has done and cure oon tlp"tlon. :25.!i centA ". finger or sutler a out. bruise, burn or a Neatly and Quickly done
or postal will bring It. IT IS I teed. .k
was given a preliminary trial In Judge all these things II should have a chanceat your drunitUt. icald. B" prepared. J)r. Thomas'
I'-UKK.: : Orders left with Miss, Lucas will receive Marshall's court last Monday. Dargln the job printing that Is needed but It Klrctrlo Oil instantly .lIp".s the at the News Office. Prices

Southern School of Telegraphy best attention. Out of town or. waived a hearing and was bound over lo Is all, or nearly all given elsewhere. :Moat Iople Ih"t psln-quickly cure. the 'II oudd.
ders are also solicited and careful and awnlt the action of the grand Jury at the Such things are bound to make either a BEST BUTTER say III we have this reasonable. Ask for Price
Box 273 N E WN A N. O A. i prompt attention promised. 8.6-tf. fall term of court. crank or a philosopher out of a man. take their word for It-A.the city w. II or 6 dose. "66U" will
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