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 13, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00190
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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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I NIW SERIES VO'L. XVII, NO. 83. ; ; -*-

__ rA1A'rKA FO1UDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909. $1. Per 'zer.7

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The .55. f GLOOMYI' Over(By jack Defeat.Slicu.) CITIZEN.Mr. .

: Oak I lulls 3, PalulUaZ. -

S Several Thor H. KeatingV Report I'alMlka, better known now no "BahInlkn A. Merwin Passes Away
Knocked Out. ," came over hero yesterday fresh Last Monday Morning. .
DESPONDENT from two shutout xlclorlcs over the
Our/ county Is like II largo stock com Ocala team, and intended to "mop up" Mr. Ashcr Menvln, one of Pnlatka's
Fearnside S THINKING puny and each voter is |>nr( owner nod with tho Oak Mulls. The mop how. aged and most highly esteemed citizens
? : THC nan a right to soy what kind of husine ever, was in. the hnnda of the Galnea died last Monday morning at t o'clock,

S I SUICIDE STUNTFORGET our company may engage( In. vlllu plnycrs. who did tho IhliiK up right at his home on central Lemon street, I ,
If \\oultlnol vote my business firm using \\alkerl'olntka'. stnr pitcher, after an illness of not more than one
Car V Into the nnloon business bocnusu of I Its no the ".oal'>" to do the clcuninff with. week, ago 91 years 4 months.
loads 55S S character how could I connlslenily ota The Palalka tlnhorn sports who accompanied Some few weeks ago Mr. Mcnvln sustained -
; my county Into it. I the teRm over on the cxcur an injury caused by falling from a 1 : I
Clothing \Vo all have u right to our opinion. ion,, carried with them a roll of greenbacks i hammock. ibIs accident was followedby
nnd, lot us hnve no bitter feelings bo about the l/c of n pencil and another on Monday a week ago at the
:. en11sovo differ( any more so thnn if we stuck lo their said roll like a leach, home of his son, H. Merwin. In Stopping -
I differ 11 lih our liuli\idtml, firm.'e afraid to but a penny from the pln/ii to tho sidewalk, he
I should hu able to settle this great quo Wnlson pitched a magnificent game, slipped and fell>and it was tills. last Injury J
lion, without bluer-ness.! I grunt MKeating and II ho had had good 1 support would that hastened his death. ,
New furniture I ns well as others. the right 10 have shut the Klver Kats out. Walker Mr. Mcrwln was a remarkably active '
, Companyis : work to put our county Into the whiskey for Palulkn vas wild nnd could not locale man. Up until a week ago he was act
I business (This big firm of nhlch I nm a the I'lato.' Ho claimed that the ively engaged in looking after property 'I
member) without ugly fcellnirt on my pitcher's box was too high that the Interests and attending lo business matters I
pnrl. If they will allow me lo differ.I mound snit built there purposely for generally. His properly holdIng.
I sow bv the last week's issue of Ihe Ihls game. A poor excuse Is better than In Palulka,:, and Immediate vicinity were
located : All Modern SI Pallltka News that Mr. Kunllnjf says that none, and we will let it go at that. considerable, all of which received his
now Artistic he Is ffotltnjr up this whiskey election al It was a pretty came up until the ninth personal attention. -A few months ago .
oldLoeb the request of the leading white 1 pcopl when the \isilors succeeded in filling he erected the large double store room '
in the .S of Pnlntka. I have 'taken the trouble 1 1Imeslleafe to the bases on errors with no one out. : building at the corner of Lemon and ,. ,
.. AND this nuitler nnd wish to submit At that they only managed to get two Seventh streets. He also owns property
S. Substantial- below n 11.101 business and profes. men Across home base. In Jacksonville, Kcuka, Banncrvllle and
Storeon IT slonnl men A* ho say they have not nut In Iho last half of Ihe ninth inning on Rice Creek. 1

will not sign (the petition asking for tills Gnlncsvslle started the mopping ana Mr. Mcrwin was born at Hudson, Columbia o
5 election and several hnve also snld I 11 when tho job was finished they held the county, N. Y., March 30lh, 1818,
55 : we get into Ih(' fight put them down big end of the score. and was: Ihe son of Jesse Mcrwln, who,
Lemon street Just received at I SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR for fifty or a hundred dollars if we need J'ukitka, played, like a set of schoolboys according to a literary critic, was Ihe .
I Slim th Liver la Hullhy AollonMAKES money to win for the dry cause Sever. not even handling blow Infield village school teacher at Kinderliook, N.
where the businesswill :. I -un'--. nl have told me they are with us but do lilts, nnd the Oak Halls ran bases at wilL Y., and who figured prominently In
:. LIFE WORTH IIVIHG. tot want to be known In It In a PUbliC \Ve fall to sec any class in their playing Washington Irvlng's "Sketch Book" 01 ,'
be conducted S. [ wny. Honestly from such tnformatio and If they can't, do any better than that "Ichnbod Crane" in Ihe "Legend o( ,
as 1 cnn get there are only one professlonnl they had better slay nl home. Sleepy Hollow."

during thebuilding R. C. Howell's ----.-.-- -_ man and eleen business men Hcndricks started the fireworks In the According to Ihe story as published In :

S -- --- -- -- -- who have signed the petition In this ninth. After Spotlswood had took first a New York paper several years ago
of our I city. At least tho slrenntures below] on a pass. Hcndricks hit to short fore- "Irving was filling the roll as private
S.. mould be enough to convince that Pantkti Ing Spootswood| out at second. Hcn tutor to the' Misses Van Ness, and! as his
does not want It. I soy If the* dricks, full of determination promptly duties were not exacting, he found i
You cannot prevent whole twelve signing were to leave Paulka swiped second, and third, and scored ona ample lime to go about the country and
:. : with nil their business they woult passed ball. That "cooked 1'alalka's gather material for literary work. Not
New Store.During : Furniture Store S not be missed In a month while If one goose," for they were up In the air for from 'Lindcnwald [the Von Ness 1
theFIRE third Ihlll number of those not signing, good and plenty, coming down afterIwo homestead stood a small log schoolhouse ,
ust four that I could mention, \\ ere to more runs were tallied and the presided over at this period by a I,
: lose: up business, Pnhttkn: ] would be game; won by the Oak Halls. certain Jesse Mcrwln, the son of a neigh
broke.> The Pnlnlka: players contracted aVEI4Y boring farmer.. It was just such a build.
I (Opposite postofficet.Magnificent). I also sow by the News that several In SEVERE/;; ;: case of cold feel and lag as Irving described in Ihe 'Legend.' I
the two ) but you can prevent Crescent City signed l the petition because refused lo slay over for tile game: FrldnYI and 'stood In a rather lonely, but pleasant .

months of the they understood that Paint kt: at per schedule. They cannot situation nt the foot of a woody
: ) wanted them also with the understand Gainesville: beIng outliers, as some of hill.' C S 5 5 .1

stay in the display :5.: log that they'were not lo have a saloon hu River Rats' followers did yesterday, "Like Ihe hero of tho 'Legend' Jcsso
LOSSby In Crescent City. claiming the Oak Halls refused lo play Merwin boarded and lodged nt the houses
present quarterswe Dear people. of Crescent City: Please. more than nine Innings in a (game at 1'a- of the farmers whose children he

:. (!o not help. us in that uny; you may be ntka several weeks ago. Palalkn got a (aught, sojourning at each house successively -.
have decided to Iron Beds. :. insuring your urc If you do* not wnnt them vvv do not; square deal yesterday, and we fall to sec a week at ,a and as Judge .
property in one and If you have been mislead In this uhy, they did not slay nnd play ho remaining Van Ness was a tlm"l his school he
continue the; way to giving your signature, to the peitton game of Ihe eerIe Quitters, came in turn to board at 'Lindcnwald.'

of our reliable do yourselves. the justice to have we guess. It was hero that ho made the acqulnt lIce ,, 3
: Come and see this :. taken off.Following. The News reproduces the above nrIcle of the author of the 'Sketch Book' anda
companies. is the list of business am from the :Sun, a newspaper pubishod close Intimacy soon sprang up between
professional men who have not and will In Ibo "University City" in order Ihem." S S I 4

Great nol sign the petition.I. that the* people of Palatka and Putnam Mr. Mcrwin moved from Illinois to

:. New line of House O. Hamm.ohh VV A. Merryday county may have an opportunity to rend Putnam county some twenty-four years .
: H II. fWW J Tucker r & Bro II. Merrydny.ico Martin Griffin. II and see how Ihe "University City" ago locating at Francis, where ho lived ,. I
( I E.;; Ciay.Ctigenc Benj. Gay. speaks of friends that visit her, and her 4 months His next move was lo Mer- ;
': Gay R. C. Ho well.Wm. treatment of \lslllnu1 ball team. win's 1'lIrk. a abort distance from Ibis

Furnishing Goods. Real Estate and Insurance F. J. Penrnsitlo.I. Fry. We are not acquainted with Jackass city w here he conducted a farm and opernled ,
Bargain Sale : I II. ;\u. DeMoiilmnllln.is. ; 3 I no. Wnliott. (lack Shea), for which we are very I. n saw mill for about five years.. I
.: Ill!,Oourt 111)11,0. I'nliitkn, Kin : Vertrccs. T. Q. Tilffliman.las. lankful. A person that will write such' Mr. Mcrwin was twice married and l I. .
PllOU, lt.:! J\*. J. Ttlghman. Bear. o report of fl game of ball like the one survived by seven children as follows:
Prices low they will JI I II. I lickenlooper.V.. t>1. Curry. ilnycd: In I the "University City" last Mrs. Knlhcrino Lewis of Votes Center '
so : Cnpf. M. H. Hvaii.. Kanner Bros. Thursday, and without anv excuse whul Kansas; George Merwin and D. K. Mer- 3
in order to I ij;;. Wlndisch. E. T. Lancaster. ..ver. will apply such epithets lo a \lsit w in of Bloominiclon, Illinois; Henry Mer- :

disposeof Nol 1110 of ApplUiitlctn for TIn ])p< i1utlf ii;. T. Kudding. \V. II. Minton. lag team, would be a dangerous thing win and Mrs. A. H. Holcomb of thl. Ic
vestigeof > every 'S surprise you. tier, :|tiiruhna; <*,r: of tnx coi'tirii'ato:: No F. II. Wilson. II. A. Da, Is.I. The Palulka visitors, and the repu- Mo. ; and Mrs. E. M. Huteg of Barnes .
Nii Ii> tlie Rtli tliiy t>r AutftiNtt A. 1). INMik' I.'. C. Cochranc.irolcl T. B. !Merrill. able cili/cns of the "L'nrt'orally City Clly Iowa
our present stockso : tin., *'WI.I\ :;: l i'triU'iito(:(\ ; In: my: tillliM',i itiul::: l Jefeat besides one brother W. I. 3
IIIIN iniKli'. nppllcntIon I rIO. tux. ,I h'"'" ti IHHIH. I :\"rr'elny.( Judge Walton.: Ino. readily admit that the prelended Mcrwin of Colorado Springs. Colorado I 1
that we can enter I In ('li'eu"IIIIIC"l'tth 111).I, l .*.1111.11"* Iran k \VatIle,. I 11. Mcrwin. of our team was a clear case of twenty-eight grandchildren and
S I'liihriienH. till ftillouliiK ih. .<)..trtlHMl." ]>c""o.t..1I11"t".I.l1l'lILn".lItt .\' JI I 1C.; Kdmonson.: L. K. Tucker punk" work on the part of the umpire, twrnly-ollu great-grand children. .I
The New Store Klurlilii tn-ult: I II. Tucker.I. K.: liaskell. 5\hals an vx-bull pl.iyer: and smooth lie
M % ol\ii.! Ni'iMlon I ill. I 1101 lI.h'I'' I HH. nitmott ; Finley was a kindly Christian gentleman
:! i'.-,likl turi'n.I I II. A. B. ;McKcnfe.udgu : A. (J. Philips.. alt article as ever placed foot on a dia- and his death will be mourned by
with all New Goods. Nfitirforppiitiiiiiiiirni,,' i iNotUo I',o, 1'1.' ::Null. I I,', 111 I VJllU| ] 'ItlllHl fill. I I", 1)Ill 01) '1 lit "hl) lltlttl Ih'llIX 1I..u'llIt) ( Ih..t... < Of M. I. Cow. Benj. Roddy.Cieo. loud in the stale Our boys were told of friends here and scores .
I" hji'h> ulM'ii hut' I I..'" w.14l1ylI. '. t h > IMMUIIIUM* of siirh curltlluiitu in throughout the ,
VoileI.l I. I hinl'V. klt'll' Hull I I-"' U.HnMi.r < tin iiiiint
This means that ..,.. pnri'hiiji"r or laW \ fiuilfi,. Nn. ,miu'liiiM, .i. III ')ill,,\ riMililuii.. N" ul----. ]R. S. Mooncy. ; B. :bi'ldon. \\hattocxpcct before they reached the county.
(lllll>lltlu> Mil I ilm or .\|IIl4tI'". _I. .T.ION T. '*''. 4..,,7. 11111.,,' II 'Hi, nm ,lIlY or .\iiuiiHt A. "IP. ,p>w. 1Tn|">.n HiiUI ivrtlttinti> olIn II lx r".1'' ) Jno. Points.r. I D. J. Coughlin.. University City," but they did not The funeral services were conducted .
during the nlc'cl niM ti",.tllI<',,'" I Innmiiiulo i nv. "tlli'i". nn"l inni.'ii/ wiii III, ,mill-in 1 ,' \1111)' "11I".11,1I" tifconlhm' to law, Ill S htoil. will IHHUO. thorodii ) E. ,V. \Vnrren. Prof. I. I. I limes. heed the warning nnd Insist upon from I his bIle: home Lemon I
present .1.1.t"' I t ,14M11,' lii'l'tl Ihtt 1.\ith of . on street nt
iippliintion 'roi IIIK ,. mini. llpntli'lltlon\ fill' Ill" III INNUM! un lIlly 14"I.It'.r.| a\ I* HHW. Goodson. another umpire. That should 3 o'clock I
I'n nufiinliiiifi' null I."I L run,'IK., 'III I JK'IOI.IlUIltll\ lllU. Hlllll ,-Ttlll-Ml" \\ I IIIIMMM my olll'IIII.IIIII"tll",1 I | mnil. this J. C. McCoy. Lee umpire Tuesday afternoon Rev. Howard I
summer we have mlirni-M. tinrollnwliu I .\\00",11".1" (' l""l''"''" ,'inhrni't, 'i tin' f"I1.\\ Ilm il,'.i'rHn'il 'inopiTUltunl tti> Mill luy of Aiitiii*!, A. i I', lium'. \I. M. Vlckcrs. G. C. Porter. have been an ex-player several years ; Dutill of St. James M. E.;; church 10
ituiiluil, In l 1',iitntiiiii-iniiitt" HIII.U-\MI| | ( ": ">il In I'ulniini' "cut out" all Ideaof N(4'( of iiw1;. wllon ill.1 I limntlilp I li ". K1j 'of t'% I ii'XtM'pl mil lit I i. ' ( O. Potter. was
; i. .l'J\; \ remains
; ; T. followed
were their
r"""* >J itI".I-II'l a*'ri 'I tiiunshlp: IJj*. rnntfi -il iK'i.'H.Tin'iiltl thy J.O. 111.11'.1'.1'] to '
profit Tinmill Inml ln-limii I .., .1"I I IhiMlntworIwlmimniuor tutu! ,hi lim n..i'fNi'il'1 nt I ItO tIll II* of ----- -- ---- -- -- W. O. TIIXUIMAN. torth more lo them than real good ,, lost resting place In West View ceme I
onClothing -hci-itlil\ >iiti' In HIM" iiiniwf I tiifh ,'11/1111"111/ I Hit* lading would have been. Although
tin 10.1111 llI1' of "" iiiiinuor WANTED: ; TO BUY.-Half cnsh Iml- tery by a large concourse. of
Unknuvtii. I'"" ,. iiit| .'i.rlliU'iiti'" .llitIIIMI I (I'nkiinttii.' I'lili'iM .nhl..tllI'n', ", MluillIn 01l0 01 AI'Ilh'lIlIon f'I'll" I''14,1)11.. his playing d.iys: ore over they are still : nnd sorrowlnarelilllve. I
I In ln\\ til" 'I.'J,l will I .10.1 III alice one year r\\e\ thousind or more friends.
\ rmlwiiiml! nc""lIlIu tt'iloi'ini'il iiffoiillnii t" III" lox iS Nol 1111! I. ''II'r..v fI'VillI thllt I.. .. W.
1.11 liiliiv, or 14011t, .\. 1 H., null if IIInd.111'1; he "' olh to part with his services, and this Tile' pall bearers Dr. !
BKUU vlmri'oii on tlif | N ur ''h.onIn I tin1 lIllY ( Ht'pti'in- acre cut-over cheap ...nmrrhll'r. I 01 'l'IIX I' ,.tlllcillo I No. were E. S. CrIII
11"" I htT. A. li. 'llhni.wllntHH I perfect( title, no swamp. Not particular COil. II lltllt I till lot lIlly. 01 .1 lIly. A. I I. lIhIl" year are using him ns umpire, in which S.> J. llilburn G. P. Yelverlon I. E. Ed- ,
WltnvmniollMnl ilunniun-niiil' s.'nHliNtho ,lIlY., III"IIII.I""nl,> niul Nual tlilti tIlls 11.11 511111 eI'rtttlclltl, Ii lily 1,111011. ..11d msition he renders valuable services
.. I 1.1th: lIlt)' of .MIHIHI.A.: :I'-'i't:' I th,' 'Mill [Hviii] IIKNKV iiriyniNKi'N I I IK.UM! ] III:NIIV III TCIIlSKliN I quick purchase if price nnd properly fire "" ,'"rolllllC" willi lIw. Mn Ill con 111191(0
cli-rkfiiniiti" 'nun 1111111 I .MII.H I 'l.i ik Clu'lilt 'mill I'litniini\ I'll.. Mn.Hi riffht. Address Box 81,(,, Mobile, Alii. ..lilIl110l45' Um 1..110)\ I III. ltl.IlCIttlllI 11I''I".ty Were so rank In favor of the "University Card
\ .t f i' HullI', '. 'I. I .l.r. Hulls I''. c. H n.21. 511, 111,1 III I Ill 1111 Ill lIlIlIlt FtnIltl' ( t.nlt City" team, "e arc told that one of f of Thanks.
MOO 1cIt ,. 1:1: :,:lIlt: s..14 r'Sn:l4: .c.vt: till,, WI.tWl'ltltt ,: their hired |players made: a vigorous pro. We' wish to extend our heartfelt :i I.I

-- : : 511 IIIIII: I I 4.Ill!ralIgo'l, l,lilt.85 11,0(4115101.0-WI lllr.ostIlo .lIt t ho 01..1.. of est. thanks to nil those neighbors friends I tI 4
Iho tsOlllIIiell ..1 .lIcll ",.,.tllh'lIl. I'n tIll. 1111111. !Manager Davis stated l with much confidence whoso unselfishly aIded us in our recent .
Furnishing lIt It. I.1,41111 IlIf. 51 1111,05 1111111 curLtIIllt,, Thursday morning, that his bereavement ond them
=: : : assure thai their
the the Free Piano Contest 511111 I I'I rlltoI.I1t IleUCIlit lilt to 11101. lIla ltl.l11loll kindness .. ,
Interest I 11110111. th..II..1I (tIC IllIh tIll) Of ...."1.. earn would lake both games from Pa- shall ever be remembered. ..I
A. II. U..,. IlIlkn.: according to the Sun, of that date A. II. lIolcomb and FamIly
mtHHtny olllcliil I Mltfimtnrn'\ and I.rlll tit I.. He knew (Ihe umpire could be depended I Henry .Merwin and Family .
'"II till)' of .\unuwl ,\. |P. U"('.
I I'U..- I1KNKY: It Ii'tl' iNMN.: pon.'
Goods continues to grow. and the results CliirkC'liuult. Court PIll 1111111 tie.. Kin.Hy The greatest surprise to us Is, that Sentor KEUKA.
.1. II. tIll Ill. i>.o. II. H. McCreary would allow such

If I for the first half of the %'\\) _Motion of A.pitltmitlnn forTnx 1 Deed.. a report to go In the columns of his 1V'r' .. W. R. Mn-. > -
1 Is
Notion H horttby Klvttit 'UiHt 1.0.I' Hnyder Even if I lie, thought Palatka "-y visiting relatives
Irdk.71r( ; period as shown below are \\\J "urch"..., or Ill I ourtllltniu! ) No. "4 ctutudtho aper. deal In the there got a and friends 101 Scotland IndIan Springs
l-ttdity of Julv.. A II., WOT.' Itiw tlluil MiilitCHrililfntuIn square game was no and, other points In
Jr > ? /f likely to be changed at any : I my otlil) ;, nnti 1 linn: .mm: to iippllcn-:: reason for speaking of visitors in such a Georgia. I
lion for tux di*.ii 1 to IMHIUI.. tn ficuiirtliinoti with minner. SLliN'n.tlMrof! ? ricl" vlle! Ind.
the Prize. \ ,
Hats and & time. Work to win Inw. MISfIt, (l.ro".r.y.ltllll"ln ooriliicnio.; umbritouH llll I Mm'llIlfll follow county I UKdnrtorlhud If the "University City" team out- l iVA. "ff home o' her uncle C. -

KlorlilH. : classed that of Palalkn in good ball pl.iyng Jlljvcr en route to Larklns I'la, .
\ ; ol/ .t .W"' of icf4.! utlon kt), township as Jackass
: J How the Vote Stands I la *, 'liMO(Old' Iniul,11 c-hiilnK ItiacraM.The a.H...ntiOl 1 nt the dale of the people believe and won the game as it Misses Frorrlo and Fannie Drew are I'
I..ullnco.'h onrtiilviuo, I In I Ill nanioof Unknown. claims to have done, what reason for spending a few weeks with their brother
tints.. stIll cnrtlilrate shell be such epithets ns were applied to them in nl Callahan. .

Shoes Aug. 11th : / redeemed. on nauonllnR thu Ulih' day to law of 8ui'tnxduiul't.. .,. 1>will. t'Hxt.lincHnmy IwuothurtHiii he above article? The truth of the M. A. Baker hat been In Jacksonville\ I
\\ I I oillulul Hlwimmro' mid NUK! thin matter is, Palatka boys won that game several days on business. .
thai tih. day of .,".II"), A I II.. lIlhl.,, WiltS the odds against them, and Jackass!
LallhP/j.y44vn( 1 IHuiilt IIE.NKt Ml tI I'CIf (INHOV. :Mien knows that Thos. Keating nas in town this week. .
and that the present ; ; Miss[i (Cora StuMn I 44C5! (: Clork. Dtrciill!Ito ot.T.I'litnuiti C liHllx.Co.l>.Fin UNotlnfl from cJnck them by) the rank decisions it was of taken the Mrs. \Vm un_ .1Vt.lt.-.;.....*. .U1IM_*! ,uautciiicr i____I.-- spent______ .

umpire In the List half of the ninth In- Sunday at Edgar with Mrs. Wm. ; I
Is the S $12.50. ;MHS[ Ma Leil . 38,810It' \> of Aiipllantiun for .1.0.\ lt>a time to buy. Notion IH h."hy(1Y01I\ thill !l.uft 1Mny> nlng. That i Is why he Is sore and tried Rev. O. K. Cull from lIend"l'Son1II..
dor, inirt'linHor of uxn-rttilcftiu N... 141, diitorttluMtli 10 his by applying such Ky.. bll8 be"n hoi
appease anger
We have plentyof $1.00 cash, ". J. K. Swindell. 26,850(;( $5.00Comfort \ duv' : \In of SI)J.Ii.111'.11I.0'1:II. A: I II.. Imi l'H)7., While hu< Mlvd\nfl.Il.-s-| Mitlilcortltlfnlv : i epithets, thinking thereby lo fool some- rcMvnl nl Koscola
tIn.. for tax tluoil 'to IKHIIU In m-eordiinvn whh body Into helloing that the Pnlalka here. Several convenient. were reported -
$1.00 per week. K. of I 1'. Lodge lrt,035 I..w.,101. | ( ruritllcaieamliravm I/ 'Ii. followinw ili.. boys needed the help of the "University Iwo of which arc near eighty ,
Swing Chair. .rr'.II""I'Oll.' Hltnatuil' In Cut mint oouniy' City" bunch to "'"neh them how 10play. years oC air" ;
Mi[i ii0I, s (Carolyn Bryant 7,285 I"lo"dl\.lo.wlt:NJBol .o'i' anit: n\ of a\4\ of no'/f. miotlnn 31, ball."e ." Mr. ondII'S.! M Vc'mnn Smith ...
Summer _ _ townnhln li ;5. raimu sift .a -ill>)u run.Tho \\ do not believe tho reputable chi- peeled this week from are ex-
Maid land; iHtltiK AHttPHHiKl at (lie <1"0' of Self, of the "University City" will Jacksonville to I
4 I DOI'othlll11ghtl'r:; : 4.IVJOKll.M tho iHmmiueor ."rl> ctTilllcnto' hi, ,h.* numu of counnnncc spend several days al the home of Mrs. I
.- _ _ _ JuoV 1'1 lillor I'II|.Ills wild c'urttlli'nn, sha'lIw such things and predict that theclub Smith parents, Mr. and ., :
rudm-mc ",,,*,(>rilliitf\ Ill tIlls. nix du..il 10111! INNM of that city will get e\'en less suporl Mrs. O'llnver. II
4 : : :M11t110 :!. !;5.lS! I .' .' thtiruon 1111 tIm.. Ill h ilu> of Ht'plenilH'r' "M. > from them now than ever Instead Miss Leda Houston of Fort While wa I
Goods i\\ .ItMHI.ltn 44A1t\ : :._ 4 LOII I Iljiinmli 1, 7t)5> 1,Ith\ day of .\numtt, A. !It.. III II. for mor"'l." last s"vemll..ue. of the Sun VirgInia no Rumlcy. Mo was- en route to -I 1'
: : Anna\ : Ooiill, I llhNUY I 111 I 'ITHIN.-OX, I IIlark ,, prior lo that game last Thursdny.We I whoro she will spend several
(\ t'liviiiior IMiiaam r 01 Fin wcek with relollves.
_____'llv.!, f...Uiiliii.!! 'If..! arc glad that our boya would not 1 Miss Jonlla' .
listen lo Ihe inducements them OTIaver entertained
Null, of AiHlttiiitiun' for I'tix I PmtlNntli'o a li
'In all U liun-hy al I\lilt' Hint .Jin*. INulpiMt.l 10 remain over for the second game, and number of her young, friends at supper
department<<: Jr. iMirohncor:: : :. lI r to: s <.>,I itttttnio:I I ::) No. :IMH;: hope Thursday's! game taught them the >cdnciduy evening.
rimed 1110 4ih day i>( ..lulA.. M. I*"*, !tIlls lie Mkijs
esson lo give "University City" .F.rmn
II'mluiltl\ : corliflontn.! : tn iilTriand) : I IIIIH, mtidcnp I a and \"'Inule'yllo of In. Iterlachets
| ituatlim fur tIlt Urcd I 'ui iMtnu 'la Hcfionluacawilli '' It itlc berth In the future. are the 1111.018 of friend., here
1"1"hl! uiirttlUMii. till Or!1111 n Ito, 1.-! for several day" .
Just Received. lowing' o.mrrtUttl |ropny. ) tdtuaiud, In "I'atiinntuonnij ,, St. James' Methodist Church.
lorUIn, t wtiMt'4or I
> Kuutton U. liin, H. DIITILr,, PASTOR. Cholera
mi'1 uf He townshIp Iiifuntimi
$10 00. Several beautiful r"n..11'1 o-111 ncre. *. Services next Sunday ns follows: Cured
Fearnside $15. Thu. 52111 wild. hell hg, nrt.oH.utl. at thn ilnto of MS: a. m., Sunday School :j.) N. Dlnck- "8i>in thlnr| like two ytmr* ago UIY .

The Equal of any $15.00 Leather OUpholst rTapestry and Velvet thu".....I.Buiifit'uof.\. \V. MtiKtunoy.Hiit'ti. curtlttcatu. t IIOHM| In Htild. thuniimaof itoriltlfniedhiUl well, Supl.II.110 old baby' which tHkBU'wan then about )'."r t
Chase Art ,bit ruileoniuit luoL'orllIng I law, tax doml I : ) a. m., preachIng by the pastor. W1V. serIously "I with .;
cash. apparently a $25.00 Squares and a large win ISHIIO, tn.-ruoii on (tIll I 'I'd: *y of Wo(I'lentlor 7:00: p. m., Kpworth League. eholersltlritlntutnvotflbtlngandpurg.l -,

Mattress. $1.00 Ing Couch. line of Rugs and Mattings WlinifMtt. A. D.,my 1""ninalal). lrnauir( and ....1 th(. 7.45 p. m. Evening service.FOR Uenipwy.Ingprofusely Ala., writs I J. 1<'. Ietn1py. I I
the lOll day of AnKDNt ,1.1 I D.. l'J<>'. did what IINU c1
ClothingCo. $1.00. per week cash Sli0o'per week. IrtcMI Hl-NltY III"I"'IIIS"OS I SALK; OH RENT.Two storerooms to rpU.' ."" h""hilt did h.r no good, .
$3.00 Clerk rircuH' ri. l'llt. 11cm Co. Flit. No 601)cor. Lemon and 6th., No. and hftliiK. Very much alnrnuul.
in J.tl.DI.lIs.: i P.r.AdilIItl'ttrator'14 '. bll4 Lemon St. First storo vacant after her went l",r aphyilolmi but about fmilotj..
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Aug. 18, other after Sept. 1st. Apply 10 tn find 011111. ao came back by 1old. I ,
Jr. Notice. !\In. N. G. I YELVERTON ThH nnil',tr' 'lini| (t. hnvlnu, hi j. H. fiimllld: .UN All!Hutiilt;I,tratnr of Clio ttaUtof FOR SALE Good homo and reooinmeiMlod Chamb.rl.ln'. Colic.
Ht-nry He hoop" 'hit> of t'litiiiiiu County buggy, Cholera and Diarrhoea r'
Klorlda it.h'i*.iai*nl I, h.hynutllh,. .... lltari address P. O. Box 432, Falalka, Flu. i prootirw.b a bottle or remedy. I .
FOR THE HOME. :lMiattH| tllMtrlliutuvH 1 und:' all I poritonii hn\- _ _ 7,30-tl ... QIlI\1l1ly It, went borne :
7 EVERY THING tog sIll Ill".0? doiitantli agal'iHt' tho Hfttaie of II. possible' alld gays the
IliMiiy H ihnop II)I pro-nt" tlioin to lihn. withIn FOR S.LE-5 passenger Cadallaeurlng baby doa.. 0' the remedy. U'f
Pnlatkn tin Cliiin v.rll-I) by law.tlorkM. In good condition. lIeeed her 10 ..
car JJSO.OO fifteen
Fla. Payments. mlnulpa
19011. .
I Easy P1)151k. MiMlrf: S4TRTYNZ.: cash. Address S., car Palatka News 50 .11 Cured her .1It1r"I,.." Pot URIC bl' I

'Phone 109. Palatka, Florida. "ul-n dmtnlotnitor J-JU Aelurmall-Stewan Dluif Co.

2-524 Lemon St.

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PALATKA NEWS public Is money well Invested. Why Is Men I C C C C 1 \: -
It that slates and counties and tii.i)1)1

and Advertiser.Entered cities and the public generally alone refuse JB Let us know your D f @
Some Palatkn People Fully Learn !
lit the Fulatka, postolllcea to make these profitable Investments Kealize It Now.When Telegraphy 1,; W. A. Merryday Co.

mattablo mutter of the second ? Middle Florida Is being left behind ,
the bnelc nchos from kidney GroceryWants
class.IMblluhed. In the march of progress as her I 111.I ... Telegraph Operators are in Great | f "

at Palatka. Fla., on bent friends admit; why, unless it be When urinary troubles annoy you. oalocrll Its I
Demand I 11noys. r
Fridays byRUSSELL" true that she Is the least advertised sec There's acertnlii way to find relief;

VICKERS. tion of the Stale?-Orlando ReporterStar. A sure wny to be.. curod.Doon's THIS is YOUR OPI'ORTUNITY -| 9 9and liJI,!

Kidney Fills will Uo It. tn l learn /a firstrttiM: tradthat / 'I Crate Material
_______ ]Pl1ll1tkn. people enclors, this clnlin. pnys /a good l 8/1IIL".v overy mouth to a
S. L.:. L. !Moore, lUverHt." Fnlntka. we will Im pleased
w... A, HllSSrUL. FJIIor The drink hill of tho United) Slates Is InthHyonr. There will bun ;rrelitedemand
4 "'III.,8UYlO' "1 linnet Donii's Kldnoy: for Telegraph Operators till ft furnish with the best a
yon of
$1,410,236,702. All the nlieat Pilln all Kinds.
corn, and that
can HIIV. they proved
Fall and Winter than them has
A BARREL OF WHISKY. rye, oats, barley, buckwheat and potatoesput very beneflclul. My kidneys( troubled for ninny years past. The promlnen :3.:: goods obtainable at St1rpr s. ,P1I j,

) \Vlih n barrel ot such stuff I agree, together will not pay for 11. The arise me for from yen six is and to eight I wan times forced to railroads of the South Rod 01 h..rpl1rta :? ingly I 1 low prices. I JJ

t. oil two hours notice, to put husbands In I hbuor traffic costs more each year than night: on account or too frequentpiUHHKPg every lug to of us the to qualify United 1 States HS. many are youn writ. ;! None but Fir t-class goods I Fruit and I

reel home brenk the furniture our whole civic service, our army, navy of the kIdney secretions
r a condition men of Rood chaiaoter for tlielr ser ,j find! shelf room here.Ve fj
and Congress the river, harbor and My buck wait weak and lame' and It
bent their wives and kick their vine as we possibly cun We trust
wins difficult for me to arlne from a j want to convince you of this, Hj I III
of doors I shall nlso fit pension bills, all we pay for local govcinmcnt that" the reliable, ambitions boys of VegetableWraps.
children out '
ehn.I, In
; fact, I often had to
all national State and grasp the South will rally to this golden nd see for yourself, t1
t mechanics to spoil their work, be discharged county Hoinelhlntf for mippott. I doctoredfor 2 so como

I mid become tramps. It you debts and all the schools in the country years mill lined a number of opportunity.Our students qualify' for service I III 4 or, phone your order in to tJ "

will sign this petition and again give me In fact, this country pays more for t'el until>1..llIps I but without tlntllnI'ellet! only four to six monl 's. \Vet frimrun :3 No. 81 and it will receive &i1
; Bonn's
I liquors than for function of ptoiMired Kidney tee Unuhllltes begin on .
the privilege of tlio law, I will In a every every Pills ut J, II. JlaiiKlitonM drug store. positions. scud 3 prompt and careful ttttefc fc fcT 7
kind of go'ernmellt."ow= York Tribune. (15 to $((15 per month ; easy pleasant -
short time undo the good that has been Shies: using; them I do not; have to work ; permanent employment; : tion. ,
5 5IJ
accomplished during the "dry" administration pan the kidney accretions at night rapid promotion.
In inducing "and my bnck (fives me much less Our tuition Is reasonable board Rt Free delivery. Palatka Florida. I
and will take pleasure ; jj
Christian Endeavor News. rrouhl., 11m well pleased with low rates; Newnan Is extreme! ., ,
former customers who be the hone fit .
my may I obtained from Doan's
Our first for the first of healthful ;, fine climate; excellent ,
to reform to lake Just one glass report quarter Kidney l'lIIslnd from, my experience -
trying drinking water. Write at once for '
from Miss 13es- | rarj
this Kndeavor came Stephens
and start ngiln on the road to hell. The slo Peacock of rear Haven, secretary I can rpomnmvnd them to our new Illustrated catalog A leter OS> =--, y Ta 1

money blch they have been wanting In for Polk and DeSoto district. She has any rouble.person" suffering from kidney or postal will brinK It. IT ISFREE. ,, n __ __ __ h

bread and books for their children will societies In Lakeland, Auburmtnle'inter ;. n Grocer, M
For sale by all donlers, Price 50 cents.FosrorMllburn ; --- .
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luxuries for me. And when their Haven and rostproof. There are Southern School of Telegraphy +::;;::-: -" .
buy :
Junior orgnnl/ations only in Winter Co., Buffalo, New York, ana fllorrla Streets.t n J '
money is gone I will\ persuade them to Haven and Avon Park, though surely Box, 272 NEWNAN, OA :T 11 -== Ju tna.JC.: ::: :1h.a.Jro..ac'Y: E- I

run in debt, if there is any chance of there are more children to become En. sole agents for the United States. _._-- -------- Palatka Florida. | PAI.47KA.FLORIDA. '
later if not I will\ deavorcrs. Remember the &me-.uoao' -nu.l '
gelling the money ; IIlII.Ifl -ilL) 'nun )IHP Iii MIJBIIIJI'; iimiMiciiiiu)' II IIOily Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist 8ul1d"i..s" I
Mrs. II. W Bruce of North Gainesville ana
refuse to sell them more. take no other.Notice 3 r.a
the Slate superintendent r r. r.r.r. r. r. Patents. ;
Junior ,
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filled for fevers Shoe Store.
I Orders promptly scrofula ---- --
has been spending n few weeks In J -- -- PRESORIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
consumption or delirium tremens. Jicksonvllle; meanwhile' meeting some to Palatka Banks.Benoil |,
In short I to help bring upon all of the workers of the metropolis. The ) I -- ; 'irwtuht" eilEen GARDEN SEED ARenUJIiillory -jlMmrtlp ln| I
will bn "
applications rtcelviid
{!JIlt .s..Z _"", =+s=;;;;::;.e + "'F.3. '_ + ....._
my former customers In this city and three societies, Junior, Intermediate and from" flanks In Pulatka, Fla, by .gnpi : .
= Mfa
Senior In North Gainesville lose
somevaluable -
the City Council until 8 o'clock -
county, debt, disgrace, disease, despair, p. SEWING MACHINE. ,
help when Mrs. Bruce is away m. August 24th, IUUU)/ /, for the appointment uTTo.n: BAII.KY ,
and death, just as 1 did before the county from home. for one yeur from .September The latest productions S ROLLER BEARING. rre.ld"nl. Sfltitij,.,

voted "dry," and In the next world A letter 'has come from Mr. Wm. 1st, 1IKJU of a depository of City funds 1 HIGH GRADE. I.d T r..

the death that never dies. liming Norton of Crescent City telling of his Such ii PPlieitt lone must state the The C
closed cars to Ood's warning voice continued Interest in Endeavor progress "pure of lntereRt, which the applicant, = in rn = Loperj.BailsyCo;
my for Northeastern district, of which he is If appointed will pay during the
having made league w 1th hell and sold rei,'m of the following Fire
vice president. !Mr. Norton has long iippolnttnent on I Insurance
myself to the devil, and having puld 1 for been In Florida C. E. service and never chassis of funds: ; \ :

my license, I have a right to bring all of loses his love for our organl/ation. On daily balances of all funds, snb Queen Quality <* Leading American

the above evils upon my friends for the Rev. llr.1nnnrd, Suite president, led to chuck, coming Into the Treas MM und Fonin(;
and wHo have left the scenes of Tampa urer's hands. M *
B.ikcof gain. for six weeks In the north ] Oxfords Compllflll"
n sojourn The nppointment of a depository to j ,
Some have suggested/ that the next lime Their first stop was In New York, and rake vlltiut, and IntnreHt. to commence .

I display outside my door assorted afterwards would come (lie Bible course on September 1st, IUUU.) i Accident Insurance:

specimens of my nrl. But that would of the renowned Norlhfleld. Oilier :' Interest on said deposits to be pale = AnkleStrapPumps!
blockade the street. A fine assortment places would probably be visited before tOOt(lily.Tho The Travelers] ot Hartford
Ihe return home. Our workers will be
of my manufactured: wrecks may be seen glad that this \acalioncan be enjoyed ( depository shall/ Rive a bondof = !|

inside, or nt the city station house every by Mr. and !Mrs. \\1nnard.Tho $llOI, / 00 or collateral l security. Life Insurance:

morning, on the pauper list, in the Auburndalo Presbyterian society mtNlnctoiy' to the elt.eoullell 01Pnlnlka I AuLorsliO : EASY AND SAFE TO USE
to said I
asylum, the Jail and on the gallows has a new set of officers as follows: from loss on account secure of said bank city, ; Colonial and = : INEXPENSIVE. The Old Reliabl. 'German'( '! |
!Mr. Patrick vice
president president
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There will probably be another "wetor I whether by failure of said bank orotherwise.
Mr. I'.il. Tery; secretary and oigaaisi. Life" of New
I can dry", gel election sufficient in this signers county to the soon petition If- Miss Miss Vera Lillian horp.Kdmlslon. All ,these and Kndeavor-treasurer, FRANK Flesltlolit D. WATTI.KS City Council.:* Majestic Ties. i iZ if !{ iLLS LICE York)

and two years hence we will be ers arc among the younger people, but A. T. THIAV! Marine Insurance:
the president. We thoroughly believe, im by buying this
called the prohibition City Clerk. .
to vole on
amendment.upon Please vote "wet" and the whenever young members possible,actual It Is better experience to give in Pal It tkii, !<'In.July Had, 11)01)) ) .--f'+ =;+ ) reliable.honest, (I J ALL LIVE STOCK. The Leadimg ( ompanii-p

against amendment, for if these measures service as officers; also often In lending ---- high grade sew.

go against me, what shall I do? My meeliiiKS I Training of Ihe ouiig is the Never can tell vv'hen you'll niHsh a ing machine CIJH..1FECTS.I ; :: All Claims Promptly
chief aim of Christian Endeavor I low( IIMirer or stiller a cut. brulsi. burn 01 I CLEANSES.
1 business will slay closed up, and I will ever, Iheru are places in I lorld.i where "'"Id. H,' prepared. Dr. Thomas' Z IIERDERT CROOK : STRONGEST GUARANTEE. I PURIFIES. Settled.

have to work for my living, 'Just as lion the older people must largely help because ICIectilo Oil Instantly relieves the ,

I est people, which I lam very much opposed there are not enough >'OUIIl'rones. 1 pain-quickly cures the wound. H Palatka, Fla. III National Sewing Machine Co. I It (hiss so many uses that II !Isa Office 115 Front Ut t "ll i I'orl0s.'
to doing.Vhenever BELV1DERE ILLINOIS.
\ the petition for another For the Introduction department we I 8 or (> closes "Gaw.( will cure any neoenlty on iviry firm.

"wet or dry" election Is presented to have Introduced the following orkers UIIHP of Chills and Fever. Price 2fio.Horlick's oninn), ''Iml'illlIll' ) ,mi IBS/ ,,inj, :,inimi) ,''niL.iii' 1U11I1'JII'( IN COURT OFTOUNTY" --JUPOM---IN-AND--- ""VIIITB'SCream
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from lorlda the leaders CURES
noaway ----- ------- fur I'utiifun\ I'o\lnt\ ). .Ht.ito of Klorliln
any reader of the :News; we hope the of work where they have gone: Kcv. Malted I Milk and Malted RINGWORM. SCRATCHES
In nmttitr, uf 'itittof Nettle
above will be remembered. !No; matters and Mrs. \\llcox of lomhomu\ and Vlllk Tablets at milliters.. For ,. minor: : M (iuhk.ii" Vermifuge

hat the bearer of the petition may say, Miss Cora L. Feet of Tavarees, to Mr. Gnnrtl iui"', Petition to ..linnet I ,on\t\' tier Destroys All Disease Germs
K. of New
the above Is the true meaning of it. \V. Ceperly, Chicago, president See arnmirer nor (crooenes. Best In and Up-to-Date lnt"'nHt t In with Ii" ninl oHtnU In "'.,'hllll""'
the Illinois Union Miss Nina Gnno and, f. miUt und ,
; "i uun\uMiiico ur otliei I InterUHtff '
And will the chi/i'in of our county believe sister. also three other Kndeavorers, of In the eltv. Prices always reasonable. Furniture and ,OtfNotice DRIVES AWAY FLits:

that the leading white people whom the president, Mr. Dean and ------ House In hereby given, tluit on t tie itt I' HUB UUS IT l:2.WORM;
-- PaKilka would solicit Tlios II. Keating, secretary !Mr. \\hcnllcy, of Tennessee, Furnishing Goodsat Coy of AuuiiNt, At "0 elOl'k n. in. or that, 01111.III .
Uuiirtuiin of th" tHttiio or N..tII.> M
notified !Misslnnle !Mix of
or other man, to circulate" a petition, were ; very low pricesGo :Qtt1 I<'k lIlt luor.' 1 Mhall nttpH; to tlu* Itonnrn* Acksrmin-Ste'Ararl
any Tampa, was Introduced to !Mr A. 1,1.) M.:I. Coxo, .ltitge l of HiiliI' Court,:find" nctUlon :
the success of which would bring about Shaab, Introduction Supt of New" York. to milil I:,limit f I-.n::;. ; :01 'J.lllnI:: Drug Co.
the above results, anil thereby be fooled Rev'. and Mrs I nsniinger/ al111Irs.! In>and nn tn I'M-IVIDKll tim. \ eel.'ri'"tot ii"it" I' feet or01, ,'n-,t l i '1

Into signing that petition \Vc don't Perrin of'est Tampa and Tampa were R. S. Hlock07, In the Sty. of 1'jilntkn, Phi REND FOR PUSH BOOKLfT ,
introduced to President "Klmports otNew Mooney t'ountv, Floihlu to 1'"nl,1| iIo'rts i In "> 01'1 .

believe they will. York city, the leading olflcer for (.luuiu'tt'"I11N"in for ii of,n slit""hll1llllor""llIle.or nnd on\e\nnto, to nit -- --..........-..... THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.Ballard'Snow
tin ITJ \; .
his slate union; To !Mr. J'OIiIlseerclnr/ J>IVII'KUONK J TO t ito! Interest In UCWSCE 0' iMuriiOht5.'rue
I'ulutku, loildn. hunt to .....,..( .sis It
WORK OF DRY WAVE. of t Ihe Massachusetts: slate union we told tin* KiiNiurh' Itt ii lilt i.ft'Ht of,Hiitil Iotaof asaur.5
of the coming to Springfield of RohcitK. -' --' ItkiokoT, in iii,' lilly' ,r Hnlaikti; :afonitaldHIM : "Had ihnpeuBl.i or Indigestion for Liniment Co.
Milwaukee WIs, July 3.-The cnor ;. Peacock and Kohl Spinning from PHI. .>N 1.l1'U'K., yearn, Nn ippetlte\ and what I did ST. LOUIS MO
mous loss oi business to brewers and Winter Undertaking$ and AH Junnlliui' of ttio OHtutuof cull I dNtr..ssed me terribly.. Burdock
Haven; In a letter to Mr Me : Embalming.5or6lo N"ttlo' M. ((1(11,5.." iii""or. I
distillers through the dry wave is showIng Peelers secretary for Illinois, we wrote :;;..: I PnlntklFlorllu, Juty, Situ. 1501.. Wood Bitters cured me."-J. H Hol h1 by Ai'kormnii, -
It MptiBSSEBma
indirectly in the report to the local "", Wnlker. .? uiulJ
Muubury, Ohio.
of the summer sojourn In Champaign of "
f.'I/ 666" will
/'I P8 cuio"
Internal revenue, office for the year ending Mrs. Chelman and 11I.s'lIsl"" of 'lam case of OhlllH and Fever Price any n _____ _

June 3Ulh, this report showing a pa. Oilier friends have been changing/ :MI; ._----. ---- -- -- -2Go-
reduction of the Internal revenue homes in Florida and for these similar Mostpanpla city that we liiive the

amounting to $322.1100./2' for that period messages are being sent to Christian HKSl'::: BUTl'EU in the city We IItJlONALttODPttGAjtId I PtCTORIALREVIEWf ; .
the entire loss being duo to The Man Behind the Gun JUDGE'S
praclicnlly 1!
orkers where the new coiners need to take their wora for It-A. .TVr\- I
Ornlnircr I
,the falling off in the oulput, of beer. be welcomed and made at home. The ,..",n not do titS h.11t. his 'nun' ,,,',,,t.llxllllf. --------- ----- -

This year's receipts were $J,852,8I for Introduction Department exists in in'm>" Tin Iii I It him'nut J fioui title h MlmnllMu r<'"ull".ltvlIh Jiiieuiiitt'lyVtttlo, It will"I I pint inn.:.,in iBiiiiBi'in:, ,JIIII) ,lilt'.,,11111111')!, fill,.111,\ .m ,'w', (55 tif iM
beer alone as against $4,174,103 for the Slate Unions, but probably no other uUN I itKHAlKINU!; i i I In nil t-xpoit' inniiiinr.mid ,
preceding vcor. place needs It ns much ns does 0111. I umiifiiilut: : :' Si uttrifnutluti. I : I lit woik ami gi = SMITH'S =
And set In the face of all this the changing'conditions In this tourist stale
blatant, boastful liquor traffic and its or The Florida\ Stale Union, of Allen ('. E. 0. EARLS 1 Home Made Candy, W

gins go on howling vehemently that E. Leaguers Is preparing for its second 117 Lemon, Street Palatka. Florida I
Ice Cream I"j "
convention in Orlando ,
prohibition Is n failure In that It docs to convene II

not decrease the consumption of liquors. already August 1215.printed A and fine there program Is much has been enthusiasm European Restaurant ;I j Hot and Cold Drinks. J Jy =

While there has been probably not less manifested! in making the convention ,,iit f.rHuyler llItYLlltPsaved
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than a half million increase in population a great success Furnished Rooms !
Grace Townsend.
In the United Slates In the past Candles. (TRAce
Interlachen, Aug 2, 1'0'n/ Hot and Cold Baths. pJ MARK)
year, it Is true, from the figures given I. "

out by the brewers: at their ntionn'con.'- Conference ef Forest Schools. AtCHAS I J L. A. SMITH. meansfflfffree

vention that the consumption of beer J .
KUPPERBUSCH'SPalatka. jj l-nlutku, Morliht i 9
The heads of all universities, colleges i | i '

has decreased nearly 3,0(111,000( barrels and schools in which technical forestry' u.'II1', '.nvi' '. ii' ,,,111.1'' ',' ',,' r
FU. ; iir: wj.'jiir! 'm bI.I JIII II.ulllI.: Library Slips' will be
Prohibition, don't prohibit. Of course Is taught have been Invited b>' Gifford ; accepted in full for subscriptions to

not.-The Cill/cn. rMnchot, United Slates Forester, to attend '
or send a representative to the The Palatka News
Conference on Education In Forestry John B. Stetson University d.ubscdption. .rnRtaI,

which will be held Washington in or for .
KEEP AT IT. December. In his letter of Imitation LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lilt. D., LL D., Presidentn J to .tandarj magazines or for cook,. Catalog sent for 2 cent atamp.

The Times Union's editorial, July 27, the Forester says: THE BEST SCHOOL &S! :: FOR YOUR CHILDREN

"To Show the Goods," speaking of (he "I believe that a conference of reprcscnlatlvcs SEND THEM
twelve of West Florida of all forest schools and unl TO STETSON : Library Slips FREE
counties banding versifies and colleges In which forestry 49 Professors and! Instructors College of Liberal Arts are

together to advertise that section and is Insight might be made of great value 17 University Buildings College of Law A

the need for cast and south Florida to 10 the general progress of forestry. In the 2f Acre Campus College of Technology H Library Slip oppeon in each issue of tlus ne"'p"per. Clip itoot- and aa" It-

keep tip tha work Is a good one. Anyone United Slates, as well as to the Institu 581 Student Last YenrS250.000.0U College; of Business also combIne II with this library Slips packed with Cbe-folJowlud bou5..
lions which teach and Preparatory Academy | hold products
forestry, II) Ihe
In Orlando who has been subscriber
a Forest Serv Ice which IS.000 Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schools .
employs so man) '.
I Amo"
to the advertising fund but whothslulss of their graduates, and which I. stiallyInterested $ll>,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts 11..10., 8m.Il. or Cloa.d Tntwt FTtraet Tho "fleet" Tonla fTFiN Th
ll> Large LaboratorloaforScience Sl'hoolol Music TIlt ANCRICAN 1'iirc. Korn Kliika, HO Oatniot_ _ _
that has been ,
enough done In the I best training of fores A'lIIo"r.l'ott..t, ,
: 'n,1) Posited M.... Product t _
\\ould do well to read Just this much of ters. Such a conference might well Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts 0REJEW0 Arluiouur'..R.tllr Slinet lI.cuO (1.rlmH.1t..,. ColTeeand Tea
consider the objects and methods of Smarm ilormitorio,rourf men .nd muni wom... Cirefnl, Admmiflratlnn/ and ,lliftroimh tupervfolonIN REviEws Artnuitr::: :: Kxtrait:: :of 'Beef Oultlera PKIT, Mncaronl, Muudtca> .. ,
j the editorial whichurcprlnt for their forest Instruction, Ihe organisation and :ainttiin and not.octarlun' (vailtintr: FnrcataKiKior, view*, f>r ,.,.,......1/0./ or for room rfwrvjiiont, .dd,.. Armour Armour:,Holutile l.iincheon Deer lleef IteMe 5sgtttt a I.lcoilc.etc.ra.tllle. and luJu""' .

benefit: standards of educiilionnl work In the JOHN B. STETSON t/NIVERMTy. DeLA.NU. FL.OU1DA. S rinnncr Chloride ot I.lni., J<'II O lea Cream. Powder
It It supposed, that the counties of field of forestry the ordination of the """".r Dry Amniniila. hlentien'I n Iciun Powder
work of different institutions and. the ,.... .' ; :.: -- Ilnnner. Lye ( ,,' My Wife'a Hit Inil Ureuluf
East and South Florida arc so well -, :.S".S'S"S'. :. : .: :. .: ;.s.s. .o:1' .jOIhl, tiiKlorp", I (Roy.'l. | nuuhi'cwro No...Much MlncaMeat, T-
known that they do not need advertis- needs of the Forest Sen ice nnd other _ _ _ _ _;::: .t; llenr.hlcry'i Acme Prati.it. )flutter' I-ompelnn. MnauaRa Cream
employers of forest graduates. -I"/'' bhreltej Pro pliy.lac-tic 'loolh Brunhea
:: : i COltilh I
I lag? N there a point In Florida so well "1 hope you will find it possible to be r'' Merrill Insurance 1 Kh''r'Al"'l?; "::"ro..d.r1"I....,,II.iir1., ,, 8 I'limmo<-rnbl.Z' (eIyierio.rscotirln: *pumice honp: ) ) Soap

known as JicksomHie through which present or lo send a delegate to n conference J 9 fifty thousand \lsllors pass every winter of this kind, which, with the i' 'Q "'o ,_ HllroNc."ut "J. In Ou." uilUOO liouaelioUl u...)

\\'ell, this city had cea.edlo advertise concurrence, will be held of the Washington Institutions concerned December -- Agency w 4/: Save Library SliPs Like Pennies

its ndvaiilageH for some )'enrs. It had 30 and 31, I'll)1)) ) '

pipers, it had a board of trade and It had From all over the country the plan has : (Formerly Smith Insurance Agency.) ijstts'; ; .,.' Slip
) Slips'quauJa'rC1"11'1"1
& equals One
a wcnllh of business. Then several fine met with enthusiastic support, letters of V/ Cent. Fractional library
having been, received from 'f ...MAOtINc. : ""'. Add ''r ction, to make\ 100 Full
advertising men began a campaign and acceptance I' We1 represent fifteen of the strongest Fire / Library Sim. have Full Library Slip.

many thousand dollars have been invested Invitation nearly every has been Institution sent. to which the I' Insurance Companies doing business in the ..::ro ::.. L the Library 8p| |Ia"this!exchange.dverlKm value' of $1.00. Commence collecting/ to-day by cutting out
and |learn
how ..,td.
within a few years. A ilo/cn ., United States; and will insure prompt and liber- ", quickly Library SIr-1,: can be
I In I I'cin It wus 4111cct lii'IisitjIil. fi > INSTRUCTIONS
suburbs have been added to tho city, Bring your Library Slip M this
., in of loss.
adjustments case ",
domestic Korviiuis; to have two of ttioh
and hundreds Newspaper Local
of new houses built, with OIRce, our
large additions to Its population. Did upper front teeth extracted Their abscace ,.e'e also represent The Mutual Benefit Q" _ lllempllon exactly 1!? what Agent Write Plainly in letter form -

\Vanamakcr cense to advertise when his Indicated servitude. #.,h Life Insurance Co. of New Jersey, the one \" Always "bicription or book'you desire.

business grew big? Is It not true thai STATS or Ohm' ,CITy or TOLEDO, i t?,, II' that insures for the lowestpreiniumsand, yields ," Send 6 cents
X.UUAS covNrv \ trade VALUABLE for
the biggest firms arc the biggest ndtcr / the largest dividends to policy holders of W aianp5; Old
Users Dozens of firms and mnk J. (henitjr mnk. oath thuS he )I..onlotpartnurof any with Chri tr
corporations tho arm or I*'. J. chonny ,t U..., ilointrhi m Company in the world. ",
In the country spend one hundred .",.'11..* In he .,ity of'fnluiln, County ,,",| Hintearoremilil trustworthy picture ,
anl ttlst said llrm wilt pny the mini I' We will insure yon in the United States your catalog Ino
dollars a year In advertising of ON1HfNIiliM) UiH.LAKB" f.>r WM.li: antflaryca.a us waT 54 ST.,Hw

special claims to favor. The city of HAlf.Catarrh or Onlnrru Cure. that FRANK mntmtbertiro> J. CHtNLY.ttwcirn !:, .by II' Guaranty & Fidelity! Co. against Burglary, v/# Local j wall pot-k\1

Baltimore has Just entered upon a cosily t" boron me alit, mihrtorllieil 111 myprMinnre I' Theft, Petty Larceny while you are at home vV Dealer- ji M3gi1zlnl and
tbletitu day ot uei'vmbi A D. l>!w.
and extensive system of advertising. (seal) A. W.OLEASONNolaiy! I' vacation 'I'' I1warii
or on your he payment for Compan)
Watch the papers and magazines for Cutsijo.; waga.ln.a, book, and .uba rTptton to thIs nawapaper Cook
Hiit'.Csinrih' Cure In taken miernnlly cad JSumT
proofs that railroads, hotels, Insurance aom tltreotly' : on the blnml ant mum: ,," xurtuovfol Merrill Insurance Agency deserves v o CPQ-S M, >o,,C*r u ANDWA 11SW eI H4lliSlreef
Ilia eystam. H-nU fur lentlmooittl rraeK. I"" t;
companies, banks and the
most successful .J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. .IS Oinoes Front St. NI'xr Door to the Clilnam.. I It, _ ---- -..-..
men In tho land believe that money Said by DniRgUu, Price ISo .v lltwTarkTHE

spent In nllractlntf tho attention of the Talc Rail r"mU.I'IlI. for constipation ,. "" ......,.tI.tI.E", ,,,"1;;;' tI.G.--.tI: :. !!.:.:"'-' ......E"

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Crescent t City NewsUoward's Mrs. Wm. Spencer Dead.

The older residents of Crescent City I F

-- who w"ro friends, and acquaintances of :

; ;! YY1Yi; Y1!: Weather Report Mrs. William Spencer, will regret ,to Woman's FriendNearly LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Effective June 17. 1909 _

In ?;. toJr.: :SSrralUr:: for the wcok end.Ole. : the hear 7th of ult.her at death which occurred on'' 140.50 240,211 MAIN UNit lJo.78 Zio.52 .
Grcensburgh Pa.

!71fi for.. Mln.fur Mrs. Spencer had been ill for some. all women suffer at times from 100 pin 813 aID Ly. .isukeouvllie Ar iiii'ji" S If: am
female 110
Dustless July. 1 II, m. '1""I. m. op. m UI lire 281. hr. time the 8 !III1.m M IIn &.. .Allrll.lln. .r! 80\1\ "m 7 ii'. am
I"rd.y 7 1 >16 71 ., 10 being paralysis.Her ailments. Some women suffer more 8117 pm It !\\OJ U,n L. tact I'"otk. i.v S tilt pIn 8 110am
I | 4118U.I. husband William Spencer acutely and Slit pm I 82 p.Le. Utmod.Lv 8.0 pm 1:18: am Pullm.n Buffet Parlor ears
1. Biinday. T9 8S 7/1/ more constantly than others. But whether ; 810 pm 1... pm 1... .. .Daytona' ...Lv 814 pm 416 am opera..4 e1l traIns lit sad 78 b5.i

Duster. B.iI. Tiioidny.Monday 711 tk!) M IT 71 S S3 i, -i one brother of the of RotDennis Spencer and was little pain or whether you suffer intensely:you haye I &: : :a: t:: ::: t : ':!: ?rg; ::: : ::: 'W.OD Jiotsotaiflle and MIamI.

This 1 I. chemically treated :.. Tbunday V0dne.diy.;: no no 81 m n"7l') tie 7U, of this section early settlers and built and businessmen should take Wine of Cardui and relief you tg:7: pm pin : 23 iO &: Lv.Lv..C000a: ::koctiscig.; i. :'tm :H ni U: cm aIr ,
occupied get .. Burr.l b.
78 Poll" 1I..p.
cleaning wlndowu ... .. *
flath for e. Kriunv. HI' m St % It 20 pm a 8T ,,0.1. .. (;.11. L,1a 10 pm 1 12 .rn
diwtiiwrchalrtor other fnmi- III l the house now owned by Dr. Johnson Cardui is a safe natural medicine for II lId pin 801 "m L,.. 310Ib."rn. Lv to U'J "m t 08 .m tW55 N.V York .sod Knights i ,
R I). WII.I.IAMH. Obaiirror. women, lV'.m 70ipmLv ..Ft.Iieres..LviU2Gu,, tt2upm: K., 0... A. C. L. LID. DortD of '
tare or metal, which it p01.1Iiee on noith, Summit sired. Later the prepared scientifically from harmless a oie am U 17 p.u. Lv .11'. laIn. beach I.,. 5 ()t ..,, 40 pm J..tsunvIJl.1IO bandied 00 trains _
at name time. It It* family moved 10 then vegetable in it "vi cci 11110 pm A' ..SIl.n.1 .J.v 6811.", 8 00 II'U 116 and 5'j.
l Seville to
every bon ekooperObOIlI" ."" "'''''''''' again gredients. It acts easily on the female 700 am .Iv. .. pm
R"notbing '''. Crescent organs and H ... ., I
City and vicinity. After the 1/0 am "m11I11

,,rrJ have.till cloth Van wears be washed onto :! .. Personal and Social .. : death of Mr. Spencer' the family moved gives strength and tone to the whole system. .m a ,, .#.l.v..I.-K'' .MtasI..Ar..110' cmlioil ann

Jt Allli I. a great thing Ask amiwe abontIt t north. Mrs. Spencer has since lived MOdjn l 18 :UO am: ... :: ::: :...Ar.Z :. \ : ....:::::::: ::. pinP4tndayaTelidys -

wont yon to seo It. "' ''''''''''''''''''''' with her ton, who holds a responsible _

et Store Miss Mary Tucker of Palalka: Im i, position in Grecnsburgh, Pa. $'tiie.dan., Tim rid ay and* and ThurwUya Saturdaydeparture, arrlvalt" at Key* from We Key t. West. ..

Lounds Drug been visiting friends hero the past week. Mrs. Spencer was a woman of sterling TAKE CAR.D U I t\.da,.*, wed no"' .", and Friday.. arrIvals and departure at Havana. I

Crescent City,. Fla. Miss Elsie piety and a lovely character. Sho leaves .
Padgett! went
to mourn her a son, Clarke Spencer
Y1Y1 Y; lona Deach this \\cck lor a visit therewith | ; ;;;
Yf1;!: : friends. and two daughters Mrs. M. A. Turnerof ftvs i.il. EAST PALATKA TO J.mve Leave PALATKA 1'0 EAST ArriveEset '
I PALA'I'K4 Patatta. Palalka Patatta. ,
I'eletltsJ ,,
Opelika Ala alldUss; Minnie 3'

Miss Gertrude Bcnham, gate a ery Spencer of Grecnsburgh Pa. The Woman's TonicMrs. 8 n .....No. 10 l..m. 1 40 cm 5flt Dan,......... 80 I

r M H. READ pretty parly last Tuesday evening al 818.', 10 00 8m 105 1>.ly. ,... 2 :
"l 0 <, .) am Ii 28.m, ma .....
"Midway"; -the new home of her ,par' Citrus Exchange.The i \Verlll\\ Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. Sho writes : j 12051"" 1st' 91 pm 2 M Im tIll D.ly.,.....,.. 815 pmI'on

ESTATE.Creecent 001.. following extract from an editorial J "Cardui )has done more for me than I can describe. Last I .No. 104 flalIf..S. 50 pm 4 55 pn .No. 1100 06 plo
REAL spring Old .
to lb is
Misses Charlotte Chambcrlin and Addle In the Florida Fruit and Produce I wan taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor but to : 53 in'iln :::: ::: : 112 : : :: :.g g ': ; 00 tin tint :::: :: : Ott Itt 1Oct17..4:: :: ::.; l pin pin

City, Fla. Neal who have been visiting with Mrs. :New; \s ill be of interest lo the citrus I no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do -

George 1'ocIIIIII: her home on north Lake fruit II'rowerof I this county' : j my housework. Since then my trouble has never returnedi' Try it. SAN MATFO BRANCH _
I l.eKV; Kaa1'alnlka KAST I'AL.rKA TO Arrive LeaveHan SAN MATED TO KA8T Arrie.Ea.t
"Do 8101
Ihlnk thai will
not fruit
Howe property-"Ures- Crescent have returned their your
The 10 homes. AT ALL DRUG STORES J 8AN MAl'KO Melee J Otsteo, Pal.lk.
have to be shipped lo Tampa. It will
cent Hill"-1 now on the mar Mrs. Frances Crony entertained: at afternoon .

be packed at your association packinghouse a DO am .Ne. ion Pally....,,,,. I 60 am e 00 mI lot o-tt,......... a 30 am
ket tea last ;Monday In honor of nnd when have 8 20 pm -No, 1U7 DaIly,,.. 11 pm 46 pm 108 Dally......... 4 00 pm
a car to ship .
particular attention given to | Miss\ Gladys Steams who has been the you
__ .No.
CrA cent City property listed I guest of :Mrs.[ George Crotly for *a short you would telephone the fact to head. --- --- ---- -- -- u No. W No. 67 No. W No. MT BRANCH,' M "". MI Iou' i
with me. quarters w here !Mr. Burton would Immediately Dally j Dally Dally D.it-1 ..rIAYP0RT | DaIly | Daily, |

""" time.The ndvisc you 11to prices and An maepandant Miller. 7tOP'lliiOO n 200PSIt0001SJ .......
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ft new dock by the Naval; Stores Ihe best. markets for you to ship to. It \Vben 1.'r'o.I'I'I'k hunt his fammis Does Not 7I35et( PM 24001010400SlI ,r..r.Imc.a.te 550e.sOiwi2Islit5'20' .'
Steamboat Co. the land 7 67 Psi S M 2 47 PMIO 4D 18UOM11 A..AlImii, B M jur 7 20 uxl'j 18 PM 5 14 lvieiopetIn
: : on : recently would he shipped from your packing tIll lace of Nii lie Scuni I iliniv tin t'peneilto '| HI 00 < ,..... ..,..,.. 5 40 A t T 46 Ml IS 00 M| B 00 PKOr.ng
A. :I: :. Spera-cer, leased by them at the foot of Central house by Ihe usual routing :North and lie a mill I Unit grviiily'* luiinpvriHl him

Dentist. Avenue Is now being built. Oeo. Jeal Ihe Exchange would keep track of it In tin t'e-tttlut1 IIf tiN; plniH' mill lie City 5esncb' N.-'s I SiniWtl Rnneh *"*

has the work In charge- mile of the If market iiKkcd( Ih,. uUlli'i for lIutIIIlIeb be Color HairAyer's 1 no pm I 9 iiu am i.e. cu Soy,.. Ar. 1 1ft pm [744 pmft 5 80 am L.TlieviIl,,, Ar. t iH t'i'l
every way. con 4 n pm u TO am i.r..La.e le.I..i.e. I Ot 11 pm 9 so am Ar.. saurons .1v. to 00cm
nonlil Tiniiilllii! but
cell It
: 11110..1 u no 12 AO fun 6 80
Mrs. Mary C. Maull! Is visiting friends ditions changed: over night as they of- pm am put '
Btreet. .41 I Il2 fio Arf>r ac* nit* Jn Lv 12 4ft ft 'JO
Office 'at Boalilenoe on Vroipeot for ii lung Hcrli "i .\ .11'" hi* fnmlly nm m pm pmC .

'roflnt Cltr. Florida and relatives In Georgia. It Is hoped ten do, Ihe original( destination would Irul nwittnl: I the i mill I! I. n'lilcli ItiiU pnsaiMl Hair Vigor as now *nctlon. mad .1 Knlihts Kr WOeS P. o. fl 8. Co. for Ky W..i sill U...... Cci..'

that this change wl1greatly\ benefit be changed-on consultation with you- 11'oin fill her to """. mill tlmt, he wuiilil made from our new,improved er rii. TIMK TABI,ES how lb, rim. .! wtalth, tnln, miv b. .xpcf4 lo .... o.nd dvpftrt from ...
Mrs. Maull who has liven in delicnlc by diverting the car to some belter mar- lint twlIt\ fur uny |i'l' Ice Tbo kiutfClrll ..r>l .... ...but th.lr rrlval' or dpartur .! lh. rt...IBtMl !I. not aiurtnlMd nor I I. ... CompMjrlo V
St. Johns River by eyllllht. formula does not stain or color bld ,..co.ibi.. lor any dvlay or .ny con*.qu. .artoln., ihrfrom.roK .
health for lime. ket. Even after had arrived at b
some your car t>vi Rilllrltlltloll. lllTlM'Cd to Illllll

The Beach & Miller Line Henry Cash who has tho its destination if there wcio a glut and a him I a mill I I I III it lietter. place IIIH! pay' the hair even to the slightest COPY 0V THR LOCAL TiCS. CAHU UK OIHKR INFOHMAIION ttH "1IIKTICKKT AOKN>. ,f Ir
past I. D. KAH.NERCal Puianwr Admit ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .i
him. liiwUU-M, ml mini IIP might demand degree. Gray hair white hair
month al St. Augustine with his grandmother consequent slump In prices, the exchange .
T. but I tin* nbstInnty 11I1 11m' still! per. blonde hair is made - -- -
Steamer cnBSCI !Mrs. A. returned would move It, at your orders lo some not a .
J. Phillips
staled In til.s ,ili-trrmliintUiii' to pl-esorve z .. -. V=oc r .-. . '
favorable shade darker. But it certainly < -
point. :
home last week. ;Mrs. Phillips and ;Miss more I lie Inhetltniire uf lilri iitK'entnrsIrrllutwl .0

.U v iJack >at i>TlllaonTaeailayaTburadaja.odSaturdaya 1:80 .. m. for Ureen Cove, Grace Cash will remain during this Baby Morphine\ Flcuds I nl lust liy his conduct tllu does stop falling/ hair. No MALSBY COMPANY 1 :

Pol.lko, Creweiit City and principal Way month. are. made by all soothing syrup and kIng Kent for him nnd mild In an an- question about that.3r _, .
contain / eel' rhangt the color of Ifie fiatf.formula 11'', ATLANTA C. A
landing !Mrs. M. S. ;Miller. nccompnnled by baby medicines opium tC"tuno" : M \ .
.. and narcotic MCUee's Baby Kllxlrciintalna dn sefitse to nell mill .... ; j irtiVUchinery anrf Mill J stock here. .
Ret"ml..leav..o..atelt'. on Weiln4ay Miss and last \Vliy yon i your wltbShow semi b. felthi hg Supplies Carrie in ,
Abbicjcan George went
Frltlayi anil Mondaya. 6IU: ,.. m. no Injurious or narcoticdrugs nnlnllliKtmidlnu l I I nil I I I Hit' nilviuitnfes I Ik lo yon Weav| ? the largest most com. '
villa wbarf fool 01 Laura. Street.Telephone week Monteagle; Tcnn., where ;Miss of any kind A sum and safe hll', "- un''I'.-"t yini J"/ A doctor pin/ 'Jm of 'and MiU.iia ,
J ck oii IlKonlered Rtotnacha bowels ..
for .
Abblejean will enter Ihe Church school cun qers A. .I It.
2 8> and frl'Uulne8s-ltplelldld for tpeth- The! tullli-r I l'l'III'UII..I| I hlx n'nviua"I'll .b.n d.ae II..... I II PLIES IN) THE SOUTH.Sl we HAVfj/o/

Ptl.tca wnarf foot of Lemon atr-'. for girls. :Mrs. ;Miller expects tn return I tog I Infanta.I )'011 1 limixv."" niilliiui.il I lie i
-- I after a week's absence. Sold Ackprmnn-Stcwnrt Drug'o., linn I roiitd t>iki< \rlthoiit gIving. Indeed we believe it will stop every case )4,, SHOW THAT Wt HAVg TNeuSANDa QE' ggr

E. T, CLARK Trafllc, Manager, Mrs. John Piguc and I children who .no1 J. H. Hatnthton \'<'u II ix'iiu.i' ?" of falling bnir unless there is some very : b rECTLYAA'flsriFp CU3TOMCRS.' WJUTi

""'0"." "returned the mlllvr cttliuly, >klf unusual' complication, something greatly _il:4.z.: FDR CATAUXUIE AND paieteT CAJ|

Jacksonville Fla. had been visiting relatives In Georgia The Distinguished Guest It Were nut for tlu chambvr of jlls''''& affecunK: : l t' :general health. Then you SAVE Y"" MOHFY. )X <. OUR MACMIH8HY' .' I

returned home last Thursday ;Mrs. Captain Itnnbe was OlUnD whoso ut Berlin" should co.: uti your pbyslclan. Also ask IS rAsy.RuiJiiliANp I inft

Crescent City Transfer Co., Piguc wns accompanied by her sister name hud weight In the. French cavnl- The kins was no haltered by tills answer _him Mad.abut by:- .b.II J.c new A3'erCo..Lowsll Aver's Hair,Vigor......- I L TuaK'soWyuu'swTawcANpL'youNotice -) .

I I.t ;Miss Bertie Bennett who will\ be her ry. no was a tall man. belonging to which showed that be wan Inca ',.

\Heets all train at Cresornt City Juno- guest for some lime. the middle aged trooper type. With pnble of an act of Injustice that be -

military qualities of the highest kind Trade Follows Good Road. Notice or Application forTnx, I.
dismissed the miller without further
lIon. Nlgbt trains by appointment. The second baseball game between of Application for Tax Uuoa. hiT,*hv Klvim that HlllmiinHiith.
be bad a singular beurlng a savage entreaty and changed the pine of bl* heavy load. of farm produce are Notice In hurebytiiveii that Hlltmst Sutherland, ,' SoLc"l., purcluwi-r of Tux Oertillcato
8. M. LABKEE. Manager jhe Crescent City and the San Mateo sort of mUunttii'opy and a cynical garden. held UI by bad roads, and the better *'0. purrbiwer. of tax curttilcat. No. 44 dated No. doted I tun IHI dtiv; of July 1 A. l>. 11.5.7
------ nines played on the local diamond of the IM day olJuty. A. !>., UWT linn tiled *nldcurtlllratu IH. nlHtl HiiUl rt>rtlll ;iit9 in mv otMcn, l"dh" ,
-- was which stood In the way pro route Is chosen for them sometimes
tonciio.: ,leil .
In mv utllcu, and IIAM m.d. iitllili.'iilion utiiiti.UI'II.ILln flit tux | l to "
] Saturday afternoon. The launch Alma motion. When toe< wa In the. Sixth even when the market Is not as much for tax deed. to IMMIM In ucvurdanr with Iii II'cOt'd.II. luw. Hnlt. cortUUuteHiiil
B. B. HARRIS law. Haiti uortlllcnla' embrace* the following >" fO9 .. foil oul n propertyMlttiiitHtl
!May brought the SnnIaleo; : team with a lancers on garrison duty at Com- Delicious Puddings to the liking of tbe farmer as the one ,leMcrlhed property ttiiatod In Putnam county, t Putnul 1 4 d..rll., .., ,0-wl i

large party of their friends This team mercy one of Ills comrades brought offered 1 by a city or town slruuted on Florida, to-wlt.I N'dlf iioi ...101 lIt, h..n.hlp" ft, raiitft
Barber bw ..h.' Noctlon fl, ft 24IuI .:
SilO urn.
vivid I his father to dine with him at tbe made from poorer highways. Tbe Important fact lown.hlpl. .
in their bright red suits made a 0-, itrr.TluaId TUo nuil hiiul Ix-lng nsoe'owI at I..tint of
CRESCENT CITY.A officers' mess a man of humble position a about this Is that the farmers usuallydo land balnft a..itMHc touch of color on the diamond. Capt.S. hu 'l-iwiiance ot mioh oortlttcHte In the namo of Mr..I... !I". nnlfiH xHld rtllliuta 'I
and unpretentiously dressed. Captain 1 JELLOCREAM tbelr trading In the same place .. OntO
!\1. LaBree umpired thv. hich II. \\oodtMirnttGo. UnlcttMMiUI certificate .h.III .iiiiHlnuoorllnH 'ol..w. tar
and clean satisfactory game Ranbe considering that thla where they market their crops and ,hall tw redt-emed according to luw. tx dopd wlll..n.tlivreoii on LIla t clonn shop n resulted In n score of 3 to 1 In favor of f receIved. I .tie th.ron on tin TIlt day uf Hi"I..mh.r. I I. I. '.
Slmve and Hair Cut (fuarante guest had not been fitly cave 4 ICE their trade i Is valuable to the merchants wili.! IMtV. WI".m" olltolftl .lgnaturtl and .01 (liii

.d. Try me. tf.h'on the Crescent City team. The game was expression to his opinion. saying thatIf p." of any city.THEWORLOSGREATESTSEWING. A\ti\ ,, my olllclal .llnRu" and seal) thin ""I:11"Y I:: Julv. A. 1>. H"1.

closely watched by a guild crowd of the executioner of Coiumcrcy bad -'-____ _,.__ Powder the LHeill Oth)day uf AUKUNI 1IENHY, .< II.,>8ON [ ] HKSltY I Court JfrTC'HINHON.I'lurkClreuU Putimni Co., .Ktii,

Xpiillcmlon. for Tax lined.Nonce people from this town and \lcinilv. come lu evening dress be would have packaxe. Jclt-O. letCrr.m (Merit ulroult Ji Iiitnum, I'I.. Fla.ly Uy J. U. ttMlU. 1'. ('.
Mix tnveiher' one
)I. horaby wlven that b. Klnu.ininMiur "
13 UullM, I) C.
cortttlcato No. ItO. dated had, a better reception Tbe officers Ponder (any flavor and too brapinv MACHINE .
of lu* hall pleasant .,.. -- --- -- ---
The people a mrch. l> Not.ce of AppMcntlon Tax need
tUft him; flied eald! young butshortly I Ubl 8poonfut! coca fo
the of I ,
lu' day July A. D. Wednesday demurring ho made no rejoinder ."I.eln..a little coil milk. Stir the mixture Notice Application lor Tux. D U.Notl Notice I In hereby ulven (its, II 111 man Suthorani
eerlll'tutu, ) 111 olitce and ban made l&IiiICt.to V. 1. .\. hall List .. :
dancing al
my with parly afterward came to mess with into one quart of boiling milk and 1 ALIGHT RUNNINGlfyouwnnteltheraVlhmtlngNlustlte Cu., |>iirc'lHMur. I) of tIle cortlilcnte No. 1, dated
m (Cur;ux UBCcI .no In ncoorUmii-a Ii'"> I In hor.h.v given O. HimtN,
I. Haiti cenlllcate embn>o.* Ihe followInKdiKtlknl evening. An accident 1 lo the Irreproachable. couk until uinciently lliick. usually from of Tux .. Nu. tile lt day: of July A. O. :\ha* tiled unldcnrtltlt'Ate
a guest whose dress wall one 10 two ,tmmilc: Serve wilB Wilt pl'hll.O' .rlll'"t. 7. I I In my ot'tiuoaid\ ,tnuilo .i,|.lluf- 4
'iltli of t. l I'. ',
county tiny
iltuntod In Putnam
1 uroi'eriy boat hieherl' the expected l musicians attentions IJ.e for tax ilrad to In ewjcordttiien with
on \I Every one lavished cream or any u< .1 t pudliiw wuce. I.u.
flurltla. 1,0 mi hi ccrtllU-fttn lu buy oflluv, and lon
.'.: toit: rnnne \ the I double boiltr itrsnr finmuully to prevent :hull: :,I.t.\.t..\ :, for t:,'s tl*>eU to INKUM i salt! curilticate emurn uii the folioMlntrUfAcrllwa
ufnwsi, tootlonl" township was only a slight d.mtper: as on the unknown. When dinner win acorchioff. AluvbecarnlBllcawlthitraMr.tcrrict iippllt'ntlon ,troIorty| Hllunt \In Putnam. county: ,
.4 imcordntifu with Inw. Until ecrtlllt'iite
II Thu mid i..in.lund helnR aiweiianil at the date of young people were aide lo supply the over Captain Ranbe raising his glass or any mull frtnt. J ,II.", hruc..II.. 1..1.lnl "ltMcrllwcl property I FlorIda og1e,lowtt.K i atlon. Ifl, s.. ran 84
Ice Cream
.ihe u.uanc i'or ,ticb oerttflcate In the namo of music. Ice and cake so ere served proposed tbe health of "tbe executioner Stir a package Jdl-O til, I J'u'l"n .01I'Y. Klorliln 'o.wlt, tft UITCM. 1.n.hlp go
certltlcnto, .hall cream cf milk .and HJ, it. In n snimre form tn rO vurnnr, .
Unknown. UIIIMII said Powder into H quart .4 "he raid land iKtlnga.. date of the
be rodoomod .according I to law, tax deoil by the ladies: of the V. I. A.-a sufficient of Commeroy. I muko two <|tmrts of tine ice cream at 01 m>U of .i 'li IHHN \!a. to Hitl| BUM UI nndw .Nuanoe of mioh oertlt1rat. In ,.tb. of Un
willi: ot AiiKunt FUN alIt, "Wl 10, towiiitlilp lo H,
.unllieroon' on tha day .101
known. Tnlex* .ald certltlcftto s&tt!! liredeemed
the I
A. I II., I9IW.WInvM. guarantee of Ihe delicious quality| of one cent .a diah.SoM unuu, #1 ni'rtN. ..",. to how tax duU will IMMOthorenn
olllotal .Ixnatnre and anal this hi all Crormn. 3 padiw 33*. Tuft Hiittl land i iwlig nni'..ctl at Oil.* tlntoofht .r"lnl
my I on the of A.
Hi.I same. A WE\KJ.IXn lllustrntwl JUcipo llook iro. ; > of such lu AIIlU" 1.1"
Wh day uf 1"u"I' .ortUcllto .n"I" Wltnent my ottiflal and .
IMeull J'n .s\iQ'ilt'l'HISIO-f. Vie.liv A meeting was held al the Auditorium '14 the. nulv WilY to describe the poor The Genrwe Pure Food Ce0teRoy. N.Y. of 1M' A. J. I'.n'.. t'nl' 10''law,'r""to .h,11 I the huh day of July, A. !>.. lnH.HfiNHK : .101
Clerk circuit court Putnam Co. r."I..Ol111 tn. .1..1 I
Is'unnoted with IS..II
worms. '
lulls D. O.bmlcaof the ol child! thnt -- "," day of, r 'pteinlwi *, HlI''HISHOS.
J. C. on Salurday afternoon for purpose oftenir I Ih"rool 01 7h Clerk KlA.
how Clroul !
:No; matter how much: or V. I U. lIssi.Witnoes ,
J. .
Ball I U.
Application for Tax, Deed.' effecting an organisation of the Florida eats, the worms (get nil the nourishment mvofHolnl .llnll.ur'( ..ml i'nl this Iv 1.

o"I.L. I U.bereby,itlron that ceftlllcate J. W, GllMon I Mo. X A 2.! Citrus Exchange as previously an from tli, food the child! I ";lie tM.il ill' h)dity) of Anuu II KN' t.(kY N.lj 1 )'1H. INMtlN. Not tee or.Application" for Tax |lieu,I. ; .
.c >er oflTof tux i4ltlcC 1 hintby Kl\en tlutfcll. M.
deal, (/ tin mil of A. D.. lI oa. billS tlludMIU : nounced. U was well attended by .gets practically \1Olle.Vhlte'a Told to Earn His Own Salary.Cnmnmilorc i'lorkClrvtiltt'onrt, Put mini Co., Fin ptur.'haaoroftwo.sevonttis lsOcertlllcaleNo.Fr.oor.
trtciloiial) certllloalo'ln, mv otnce, and have lnlion.Den.r. CrfHin VeriiiifuKe I R"ts\ rid of thewortH's V 'iiicli'iMH,, Undo .p|>|\{"'Alton fur tax deed to liuMie In acomlnnce orange-growers from Long's quickly ennlly nnd with no illt'U mild ct'rtKk'iitH In my of'floe, nntl
Mllh law. "'uh11l-7 of Mid curlltlralenillncit Huntington Como Pomona 2j cents a Jiuiicii II. Cuiii't.. thou In tlii finployor I So,Ice of Application; for TAX Deod In. .,.** tippllcatUm, for tnx clmul to tmiuo
the following Mi-rlliad proimrty hud after effects. rIte Krlt riiUrmiil'' ,i n innn ho iwl loved Notice I Is hereby gIven, that B M I Pvmettitirohnitur I II HctMmlmiftf, with Inw. lout ,
'" nothing of of cortitlcnm No. u, ilatedhu '... e.rtl'nt.. fII
\\.0\0 In Pntnain county Florida to-wlt and Crescent City though I>"'tl" tO .hrl. tin I flIostlug ttomirl.MMl
K'iot .....lIon ID township" K. 'runKea: Sold by Ackorwan-Stewart Drug the- ftvlKlit" 'lr-I piiimi-tit. I tlf I tho Ci'titralniMiIiil. lot day July, 4. I H.. lin>7. han Illed .' in Putnam county, ,.1""I".t". tottt
.xrvpt .' .of no1 j and nni!" of .ei4-IOO: ....... moment was done. It was expected H. Hnugliton. .. 8II.V4 I tin- I Ittiltlmoripxnt.. It mId certificate' In my ortloe. and mu.'o aptllcatton -' Ht.\\IJo of n *J anil: iie1: cic suti''tiOli tiC.
fliiiiitI.nit tne data of would\ Co., and J. lor.n rtued. to ItMiie In accordnnuerttb *" ftW .
buligagneeoe.t at nthlpHrt rnntto ) ounce
Il'. l>'uuni'aor inch earltftcateln' the name of that the by-laws of the Exchange I IM ,it'lntPd I thnt imni' I lim* itftcr, lu toolt law HiiUl certltlcitto embrnco the fnlowInicdt 'll.i: mild ,land: bcliiK, uiM ,>*m.'tl nt the ditto otiHMiitini'H 3
Owl Tocol Turn':, (.0. Uuleii. aId: 6-? of nald have been sent here but n communication vliniTof Hitmnil's traffic olllci- I "HHl Prl.Ol"1 nktuatvit' lu l'u'1 tIe, of itiiili ".rtln..t.. In the uuinoot
IorIllioatutiaIl tie redeemed according law Up to. Snuff.A county, .'I.rlllO. 'owll' Wcat Torol Tnriitiitln> Ot. UlilfHfi. said .
lox iliwil will 1 IK.UB thereon on the otIIlta day was received from head-quarters In In worknl n's garb one day !Itntti-r cit Iloti mi I the coin,ilioIoro to 8}% .cUon I, towimhlp H i, rn.. grt e-4r.8I.' part of Mild ffrtlffriite: : shall he rtHlnvniiHlU'Cortllnif I
of Al : : man tor I 'hunbe tori***. to litaas Octal ill |mu..
jmj A. I II.. IOOK. being compiled door sit iitiilt, n pliin lniiroreuiont.| thvruunon
It linmi, myolnclal' Innuture and lout' thin Tampa saying they were called nt a local dentist's! and the The sid land being .*KC..el nfc the unto of the Ititli day of AtitfUMt.A. 1>. iu".
lhe nut:! dnyof Jiilv-. ,1A. U., IIHW: and would be forwarded. The opened by a mold. Imd tiiil. I tinraw the presidentIcKiUpiI the I..u.ne.. of inch c.rtdol tn .lie name of \\ ltnt>.tn>' oflU'lal itltftiiiturH and seal this p
"Bail) 1IBNRY HL'TOHINSOX was at him wlmrply anil, aakad: \.tTocol Turpentine the huh stay of July, A. 1>. HMHI.
Clerk circuit court Putnam Co. Fla. meeting adjourned until the 13lh Inst., Workman-Is the gent In that draws ,Tlotnry SaId curtltlcat ithatl bo retloomotlaccordtntr [Hinl1 MHVRY HU'IVIHINHON.
DyJ.O.Uall.DC.NotIce these bylaws.A "(tlltt..r. what, doe's> the New York feUutllo or n SIngle'ltn-il< {Chain Xtitct \ to low tax dod will lma thereon Clink Circuit I Court I'utui.m (to. FI.... I
pending the arrival of teeth? be will Central pity yon Sl-l.OflO\ a year for?" hewing iliu'hlue wrktti to on the inth day of Anituxt, A. I is. l 101111 By .U. 8..1.. I). C.Notice .
of Application, for lax V_. rvant-No.: sir but I expect THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY \\ltnettn my otflolul nliiilitiire I and eal this -- -- -
\ the
The reply wan. "Kor managing the Iflth day of July A, l>. lw.Soall for Tax Dwa
Notice la homily given that S. F. KIng Handsome Gift. be In shortly. tratllc ili-pnrl ment.1 ." OranUIe, iIiLSS. ( HENRY: HU'1 CKIN4ON, Roll.',, rArI'II..n. that Millman Hnthnr
uiwliaavr: of Tan Ortllleiuo No. 71, dated Workman (pausing on doorstep) freight Vf nnr tewtnr machines*r- male l to wll rerwdl ol Clerk C't. Huiimm, Co. Fin ami Co tax certt ttcate N o,3, dated 1
the tt day of J uly. A. D. luff hue flied anldeurtltlfiiut Crescent Lodge So. 33, K. of P., has ? Ami then the coniuuidore nld.. "Well quality, but lbs Acw Home U made to w ar. .Hrul J. O. Calls t) U.Xotlc lila 1st July I A. D. HK)7, ha I1l fd saideertiltl'iite
In ollll..n.1 h'a. ,,,, Does be give gas OidCe onS .
lIlY dn nppltnltl to earn yonr unl- nine Out tn my ha* made npnllca" '4
me Our never
n fur tux Ooutl to IIHIIO In nuconlunoa just received for Us castle hall a hand "Yes." you expect of Application for'lux, ileed. lon for tax. d Iuud. to I twtua In accorln. with
autliorlaea .I.al.'r only.
viii luw. Hnld e..tllhmto.bl\ue. the fol- for do ? amid by <
the amy yon. you ( d.- (
lowing ieprIol) .... Prelate's chair a memorial lo "What does be dlarger'"Oue pus > av Not lee In h.rt'lovgtvAntIiiitAarna H.PaynJiirulmiwr ', .10.orlll..emb.. I
la Put- some AL In .
carried ,
Olin comity:: lrr.r..tI'u"t.' : : A. Dunshee gift dollar." flutter wont out nnd thromjb of 101,1. of Ill X U"rtl.I" No, riortda property toftttNM : .IUaed Plt.a. OUI'
Nu Kft1' .ni.! aeutlon. II, townshIp 10 fl, laic Dr. Do mean to his plan on hl. own .tnilement.: The re- till.I dnt.' lii of Mi. 1.2., him of nw1" MMI SI I, townnblp A '. ranK
ht lon
eertinentn 0111cm
lOlig,' > "What-one dollar you R. C. Howell Him I mild my .* 21.- acre..
mother. .
from his suit was hIghly _:iitl fiirt ry. Hntterbecame niulo npplU'ntlott, for trttilt1*! to noconlnnft -
"ThO ..hlland "llIg 0..0..... nt the dilto of made Knight in say ml's, n fellow's got to swallowover with liw. 1..II..lu or .. 'dc.'tll..t" TIe .it land being aMMM.#d at the date. nt
.'. of auoh UBrtlllaiitu In the iiunie' Dr. Dunshee was a of to hare one president"' of the C'entral. Palatka Fla. nihrnef t "Bo 1'.1:1...trlhHlproperty the lanlanes of mach certltlrata In the name of
> llnkiiawn., 1.000 feet gas folowlll W ..td eertlllcatmihall
unless Niilil oortlllcututax loyal one
and a 1.1.1.ln..oo tnl
was ultuatuU Flortdn.
shall to. retlo<1lnHt Aocordlnil to luw this lodge tooth pulled out? No tmv. I reckon ho lo law tax dead '
of "tug1,1.....i Will A. D.icon ll.n.. thereon' OIL the' IlUllt day and filled Ihe office of prelate for sometime I knows a bit about It, for I work --- ------- towlttlx>( ills (.thn Htlon i, townnhlplO granite mio IOC.thereon on the I' day of AUKu f, A..IIJ'-I i

ihiyj.1!'I!: my o'lriuiiil, munnturaund seat this A very strong attachment existed down at the BUS works myself. Ill M containing mi I hi land: rn-lng OIl 153tlslaer's.Tire AMmtftHed nt. tlitf diito of \\ ltneuo my oiriotal .ln nattir ,And neat ihla 38

[ day Of i\'Jl\ A. I'. Iww. between him and his brother Knights. to another dentist nnd have It JR ----' ------ _a-1Iss.__ -U- th.ln>tuniiuv of mi oh ,'ortll.II" In the imnitf the 11 th day of July. A. !>., ItOP.seail .
Meilli] HUTCHINHON." go of ". K. of | [ | HENKY HI (.Ii"S.
Clerk Circuit Uonrt Putniiiu 'jo., hn.By.J.O.BaIl..1'.U and during his Illness while away hopIng pulled out without gas/-Exchange. 10th <'al"WO.tol.. I .IT.I.rl'iilnt nuconlltitf HHI to f".rl(3101111' (Ii. \0 I'fa
lor restoration lo health every attention law. tnxdtMMl' 1 will thuraon on the Sin I Idny __ .__ __-Ity f l! Hall, ,
of \'$ A. D. IfMViKV'ltnHM
tfotl000fAppllo-tloll for Tax Deed was given him by his brother Not Intirasted. "You Pay" for \ niottlolal IIKnature I cud noalthtumijil Notlr.ofAppltcatlon for Tux f'
Notice 10 hereby gIven that J. IT. Will. "1 have called.. said (tie book agent, ( tluyuf 3 ole. .'. n. MHKI.CMml '. Nollt'o M hereby IIlvel thai .. Slither-
IIu.. ... (t", pu.h"a "f T...,. (Jertlitc.ts Knights. Interest yon lo a little \ IlKNHY ,IITTCiHINHONLltfrkClrctiltc tank v.... puruhaner. tux certltlcaie NO. .1
20.iliitel (h. .litit d.." of AIIII"'A.I>. 110111. hours he requested Ihalsome "to see If I ell i" xtrt I'n""OI Co., Fin.By dated tha |l.t day of July A. D. tOOT,
ha, lIIt ailil ciirtillciite I ft my olllco.' and In his List: work"- ... .1.11., D. C.WANTED tiled ald iT0TtlnVut In otHoeand ha. madeapplication
hu lunilv: appllvntlon: for tux, lined to i 111.10 token should be sent lo this lodge simpped' the woman OnlyDr. ------ for tax n I wane In accordancewith
"Young Results law. ,.
"" nlaiice Said mbrace the lollowtitK -
1" with
law. Haiti curtllli'atatho'iLI'1 fraternal
:: ot this A salesman
now I : hustling .
Cliihriiooo tita followIng deulorliord property to show his appreciation who tiimwered' the Unor. "Just dewrUwtl prorerty ttltnaied. In t'ntnamronnty
IlillillOt, :::: ( ". Fiorld.t0.Wtl IVMhltl1f, III.lshe.\ the slate of FlorIda to carry and sell a norhl&to-wlt
.lieu, (.''''! nlnJo.. Uiinrtas 000flty Gra,&& lwok V: regard. prclate'i use was am lntete't.xl 1 In after the paper.bttllgt'r. Halhiway't Modern Meth. popular price line of !MVnV And Youth's I Hw e -Til aoren.Th !. .OIOb 6, township 94. rnlle ., IJo
the el.nnln III'l
: J leOtluub 4H.lowu..hlp u.alIge n e This chair for dimtlnu. Pants from $').00 to $21.00) sio..en
on .
-.11 o Ui polishing tbehurdwocKl Sueeessful per xald land being waud at the title. oc .)
ln-ds. Provin
memorial sit ads Have
lni"' being' aaan...4Hl at the date of decided upon as a filling mnkli.tf. a profitable commission batti. It will the lunmnceof mien cnlll.. In the* name ..,
Ituilband'selilt'til "
oOIi': "." of auoh oertllluiitv In the.. lImb one who had held this office so accepta IhHint.' Ironing my today In Thousands of Cases. ptiy a (food salesman to investigate.None ,L.,.. lyd..1..to law.. tax trilrtcai deed wilt nhal.Ins) ,bo,.
.. .
tllir'VI" Ml> h. Unit. aalil carr bears two more' but experienced salesmen fired .
'lie. ..d.Bm...l aocordliiK. to law A silver plate upon Ihe chair getting and earenduofaulswttb ihu'i'Oofl on the. Itith: duv of \HKimt A. D. l iwO.
IiI0lic..l: ih'I\\\\ 'i1.U bly. is dnrnltig nine potts of stockings' 'rho most tll.I"It..Unw penon apply. Address Box 21. Witness my oiTlolal Itrimtnra, and 'test Hula 'I
) thareonou the nth day that It t a Dr. HatheecyaSretlebk
0I/ A : statin Ihe Irtiu of .' ,
Inscription day July A. I -
"""' A. 0, suitable and I mightsay ohro..l.dl.f .
lIon. a my swift pent mis ul oum"'not sIiispStIs.3 .lid Pl""rsIUra.11 HII.'NR "H oRl.n" '
Who\ my olllolnl and Mal. hIll bright young life that stringing: ... ..u>l ...r.y." 8.6.2'. [snaIl 1
thd it: ,c..lll3 of algnnture' memorial to this that tlinf. more worte: than younien .11 "Dd .m.D. pro''" Clerk .'lr.1<;.. "u'na"r.,, Vi,,
July 0. ivm. .. w..rld o..r. yo.
muchof th.
[(01011. Nt\y and with so No J, U.4J.Nolle .
11lTTClf1NMO (. went out so quickly ever thought vt doing. ; you .bly."ultl "nd D" be..r. '1'''...nperl..rllYof Putnam -- Pal.
') .rkOl'.UIHJollr, Putimm (Uo., Fin it.1)isagretlalold. In any more."-Detroit bl..t..n. b..._0 p.o..n I.. m..y I County Poor Farm -'
promise before can't Inten-Bt me ..... d.rh. of Anpllrotlnn tot tIr Dred.
_. By J. U. Halls 1>. O. .__. ,,".r. th.y f..II..S t.
----------- -_ f...... Press. bereCs fru'" mccl, .11 klnda of peterS For Sale. Notice Inhitreby given that Hlllman kiitlwrlanrf I I
.0"", \ppllc.llon Inc Tea. ........ i nt I'01"1'' 3.$ SImliel000. family d..t.... .1'.....".'.. "'0., p""a of lax rertlaoatn No. )ft>. dxiU- I i

P thit ih.' /' hereby given that H. t. KlnKI and women' who "S Start.Father '3- u. medical. eompai05.and laoltll'.h..b.. en.I"I. .. Th. Htt-tird of County i'omniUalnn- the l nOlm..I; ofllee. A. D I'JllT ban tiled oldI'unllteai
: lax Lot of men Getting .n Early ItiS .0n5 ,,,,,. wtiI 50 loole and baa mad oiii.ll- fl
!hof.,' ]'" "'' cenllloKM oo.oh'kl.. 1dotll..lld with others. get "cristikyat tlo wish me to If '0" ..anI ....1". .""e.ad for you, ... ors will Hiiterrnli.. vrnpo"IU.nlO fur ration fur la. uloe.i to uwm In mittS
d ar..n.
:L. Aunn.t A. u.. agreeable what you .
.. .. SaId
an' Its the : ... of tlm..D.I DI. .a. the f the Kutimm County law verilnoata .mb.
tor ; :: ? my lies madeapplluatlon. I to not dl08111. 'there I IU0 piii'chnne 101..1.
hOlIl" 1 UP'? m.nSIof XNtwNQuAz.trY. P"'P "tJ'' "
Ih..tyou when grow ThU farm .
Fnrni. conatfttn ol .ny.
In law. b
,|d"ilf.llo'; "' ue aooordance with find lit y""ro..lf ChOlli is, Tb. P..o: Florida lo-wlc:
:: ate embrace the fullowlnKdencrtbS lI"er. If yon lit- I am my son-a law- teeeWOtt Or p.tthWetk ... fit
; aronll'J thu IIOUs.. "The same 118 .psrtmeiitst .tage pas.e'I' many year. 80 HOI' of rich hammock land ItuHtctl : coin1nt4.ectIoa7. SownstsIpastt.ugsse
S!:iff11 "l""l<1<1 In Putnam county FtorlIhtM feel ero" Just buy a bot- 'er," ..- SgO, cud Ills treetmenI of TO.DAY Is I ) mll>i friMii Ftorahomn ; hnItwnvtory .-,a fi

' 11100:10' 'III, It an d-/6.HolIl.la,. sectIon lii, tit! Ihlnlla Ji..llard'i worry you.I.rblne IOIIII, put ) 'Then' Instead of wasting any more bat upon Ifycuarel's IrntlspistablSai'l aStd0fWC4LtIl lime proven tresS' dwell I up; and barn ; halt ttielMiiliilU. ., !.land orfiiiabeanlltval batiiK 1 re.a.d, In al the the name data or or 4

lOWflbIiIr;d 10 :; tie of Von ulHl""ry- arithmetic geography and I- m.n'faots."'10.1 ,on o.n alT..rd ,b. B.... ...1 ,ftbmifc 1UX) p"oan trees; flue Itocl l nkimwn. I'nlnu aid mnlttoale. nhnll I
lend beIng amomed. at the dale of yonr liver III .8pe. time on .\ ... ... .. ..'...' ba rmt. Ril fl '
In.f will feel better for better ba getting at tbe /) ..b.n,ou ... Dr. 'b. I. rnnirt Further Inform lon b. crooning t law tax d *vd wli
mot of IM ORI
; ..Jr"Koaharp';; i isS Tnli-ia etirtlHcalit saId In the oertlllcate n.m. It.body arolilld yon such hypothetical truck question hadn't Ir- '.La / ,-/ ::n b.'::::::::'J'a": : : :':'';.';:.r. = obrnlned, tin apqUcnrton i-*")..". thereon on "'. "''' dll ol ""II. &. !>? '

1 : nied aaeordliig to law, tax deed"Kaon boll I". Itm.mb.P. Dr. hathaway ball Sal over T. ,1. KoctKftn. 1050W, my otfirial 5Ign..I .aunt seal. this.
L1111'?,! "" the win lur of Aug. *. Prloe r,1) cent8 Aok"rlll..n..ItewIHt per : Drug Judge. _ _ year.' .ep.rIeUee" I itt she sratmrnC ofspacTile Putnam Hall, Fla.IlETCaY thatuithumyofJtityA. is. tint,.

tHi:KII.'::'J: n* oflctal signature .and coal IhUl Sold and by J. II. Hangbton. ACTIVE AT MT.ThU .v.nnnhi: tro00AAl5 sWeet.JCUUAB: Sb.'en TO tees JlUI'of prof..I..n.l..oel"n WOSlN.: rlfln n..DC'yo.r.lOtal0dto references.N IIT'Jf"ol.CluntJ. (1..1 Clwra MK.NHY circuit H U''HtII.: '
Co. aam.
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l>1**' eye J"ly 1thNfty' ''AllOHINBOJ IIJIIO. would be unusual news If ,, lah o. tr.'n'.,,'methods .. 01. leci .....IIl..... t'gttinsets ereettea aid fi 'l C. Balls, I>: tOOJ'LY .

Clerk olraiilt court Fuinam Uo. Fla IIo..d". hf'. mon and women would keep them.ves e"MQtJAita. ConesilesIoft DAL' so .sneerer.and .sswig&t20U. 0a edtt tess..=.cli.regees WRITS taOtflg.ru it.It'aW'tYstrectmtns. .TUOAV P'atla.! Julie 1th. ft-lS-tf! kepe HU. horses and -
&11.. 1>. v.I.non't oau..1 aDd l 1111aoh. .
By J.O.
tjotigtlpatkofl rh"unll'n' -
IIl.pitatlon from | C1.*" $)k. At
------- .nlClII1r.. heart 8..1 free 4.2020 iiIIOB1IIB Total C.ll. Ira an4 al draChamberlain's "

oree let th or* baby Any. suffer itching from ol the PC-) nietisca 1 tl0hiut0e0 IIrnatll Lb'. bowell p173'CICO..nd grip.don''tcare. their.V musol".. and* n joint 10 well llmb.tr its keeping with;: DRI HATHAWAY & CO., 8.'Bm" : ''n. Savanuah, CL..L courses Send lo for 1lulc.speclnl the announcement Mn An.and the of .torn.: ____ fi- 6)1.to, ; '

ski11. ikll" luloltnent.Hofd .
"O"n' sloken I gently Snow Mechanic at University
A.I Cough ,
Ointment ftvrt In- Rct
Il"nt .all'. flegulofo &n-Ht w$rl Drug *
Aekerm Fla.
roller > Defend
core quick ly. itfectlyell ::16 c"lIll. Coma.Cold eJ
8tlpatlon. Crmrpaaxt WaS Uxcj
,Ii M. (or children AU drug UU al1,1 Ask 1 e r I dfl1ggl.t.C "' Co.?and J. H. JUoghtoo.


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I 114 F DAYS-- Final --14 DAYS I!I !r---W. Sweeping,1 '- "" In prices Reductions on all --

. I CLEAN -.UP SALE ;:: Summer Clothing and Hats Furnishing, Goods

will never be satisfied until you
and we are sure you

,, have Inspected the Brown Prices and Goods,

I Saturday, Alig 14 to Monday, Aug. 30.1;I i All Kinds s of Summer- .

; Weight Underwear.


After completing our inventory find we have a much larger .

stock than we had any idea of, and we must reduce it in order to get ,, I P a> Remember, we are sole agents In Palatka for the

/ money and room for our immense Fall Stock, so we give you another > celebrated

chance to secure some of the greatest bargains ever offered. ,, i Ifi IfI= Crawford Shoes

During the past few weeks thousands of dollars 'worth of goods I ,

v have gone out, but we yet have thousands more that must be sold. ; in black, tan and patent leather.

In order to make this sale a success we include in it many of the jl jli

Fall in Calico Percals Madras Cheviotts etc. all i Clothier
staples Ginghams, |i M. 5 Brown andFurnisher

in the new Fall patterns. Now is the time to lay in your supply for *.. I Iit ,

your children's school wear. !Honey saved is money made. | PALATKA FLORIDA.

Note each item and prices below--it means big money saved to sun' rai: iv mm,mamtm: ,mm mt,mmm'mm,:wwtmmmmummmHmimmjmm! I'':m.'mm: n' 111'.11: *:a,3,

you. Our stock must be reduced. We need the money, and we sac- "- ---::::

rifice the goods to that end. The Palatka Newsand In Mrs.the city Dr. Kemp over Sunday of Key and West will will speak be'' PALATKA WINS

I the ladles of St. James Method i
This contains only a few of the many bargains of this sale. Advertiser. church to on Sunday afternoon. Mr. FROM SANFORD,

_n __ __ -- Kemp is district secretary of the W. II.
h ."" M. S. and desires to meet all the mem "Celery City" Team Defeated
I bcrs of St. James auxiliary at the time Two Out of Three Games
and $
$ City happenings named.
+ SUNDRIES.Big WASH GOODSThe WHITE GOODSWhite The ladies of Palatka and Putnam The Fulatka baseball club went dons
Personal mention. ;$ county will be Interested in the adver to Sanford on !Monda\ and" played a see
money shed: here. Your last chance. opportunity is yours to get Wash Goods nt Goods arc good all the time. You need . ..... llscmcnt of the Earnest company. Mr. Ics of three games w iih the last team ol
"'"- Good Pearl Buttons . . 3c and 1 5c less than they are worth nt the factory today- them the year round. Don't miss this last oppor .... "'. "" Earnest staled to the News that he that city. A number nl( fans accompin-
Good Safety Pins . . . . 2c and 3c goods that you need all the year round. tunity. Mr. Rothhammer of Keuka spent Saturday thought the special sale recently would led the home team to cheer them to victory -

Good Brass Pins . .. . . . 3c Your LAST ClIANCP.. White India Llnon 7c value at . . 5c y and Sunday in the city. be the last; but, since taking an Inventor and their efforts doubtless lent encouragement .
1 Hooks and E>cs with hump . . . . 3c Fancy Lawns 8c value . . . 4c Fine Checked Swiss worth 12ac at. . . 7c f! W S. ,1 lid dieters of Pomona was a y of his slock, he finds many things for Pnlalkn" won la o tomM
Coals Darning Cotton . . . . 2c white, out of three. The
Figured nsnndOrgandies, L 8 vnlue. 7c 3,000 yards Fancy Goods, sheer checks visitor the city Saturday that he would like to dispose of before/ star follows'Monday's :
:! Silk Finish Crochet Cotton . . 3c Fancy Batiste and Organdies: 15c value . lOc slrlpes and dots 15c and 20c values. . lOc "'" going north for his fall and winter game had iu be called In the
I.3. D.\1.: C. Embroidery loss, per do/. . 15c2ic 25c and 29c Fancy Lawns and Organdies . I'lc' White Check NClnsook, 7c value . . So O. Hammond of Sanford Is In the city slock: so he Is going to give tho ladies eighth Inning on account of rain The
iI'.fJI. Royal Society Embroidery I loss) per skein 35e and 3'Ic . 2lc Fine Check Nainsook 36 in. wide, 15c value 10o r this week on a short vacation. another chance. Head his advertisement outfield was ankle des in water and
,,r Men"nen's Talcum Powder.\ . . l2ic 500 yards Dress Ginghams/ 7c value . . 4ic All 25c and 29c \\'hito Goods this sale. . 19c Miss Kale L. Lucas visited relatives In on our fourth page and see the It was impossible to proceed with ibo
Sen Yong Talcum Powder very fine 15c 500 yards Apron Chucks . . . ..IAcmoskeoll' Tine White orators Lawn 15c value lOc "1:.." SL Augustine the first of this week. wonderful/ bargains he has to offer. game. Beale pitcher for Pilulko gave"
Ilindkerchlefs . . . . 2c up .\ Apron Checks, the best . . 7c 20c value . 121c Waiter W. Colson of Jacksonville, live hits, while Smith for Sanford, il
\Vash Bells . . . . 9c up Fancy Dress Ginghams, worth lllc . . 8c 46 Inch Sheer and Fine Persian Lawn. . lee County Clerk Henry Hutchinson was Florida and SOUl hGeorll'la lowed four. Collins made a two,bin
// Coats; Thread . .6 for 25c; per dozen 50c Amoskeag Dress Ginghams . . . 9c 25c French Organdie, very fine . . lIe / on the sick list a few days this week. general manager Mutual Life hit and one single, Dillon ,one hit) and
. . . .. .. . . for the Masonic as
Tans .
", 2c "IF. > French Ginghams, new fall patterns, 12ic) and 25c White Linens. . ... . . . ISe35e" 4 of Havana with In Wash- Bulwinklu ono hit. This "us Sanford'l
'- Best $1.00 Umbrella real $1.25 value al. 89c . . . . !Mrs. Geo.'oshlngton sedation, headquarters score 2 to 1.
15c values at . . . . . 10 and 12c 21c411e" of Sirs Martha has in the this game
Is the lloyt. D. C. been city
Cuba guest inglon, ,
*1 1.25 value .> .. 98c Percales, best lOc values . . . . Sic . . . . . 29c week the of his Munscll was In lint box"' for Falaikaon
:;t" 1.511. value . . . 1 1.21 I2JC and 15c Peicnles . . . . . lie 50e" . . . 39c !MissPlorrle Crook left this week fora As the In name Indicates Interest this is company a mutual Tuesday and White A at behind the bit,
2 00 values . . 1.5'
visit with relatives and friends In catching magnificently there
Calicos . . were
"',- 2.5i> values . . . . 1.98 All Light best Shining American(, new fall: )patterns Prints, best. . He 5c Ocala. life Insurance association for the bcnefi live hits allowed b> Minwll In this
of Masons The association Issues
3.011 . . ouly.
\ 2 48 . game one of them a home. run by Bib-
Fine Chevoitl linen finish
) Shirtings, 9c Ready-to-Wear Department. Miss Mablc Bassett left last Friday for five kinds of and Is conducted
70 Inch Mosquito.. Nets.. . ,. . . 85c Colored Llncne 15c and 18c value . . lOc visit to White Springs and Waynesvillc under the safeguards as the old bot of Sinford. June, Ole opposing.
'#"I 80"90" $1.10 Colored Dress Linen l'c value . . . lOc Your Last. Chance. 4 a N. C. : line companies.same Read the advertise ta Irller, also (gave 'H> bib
11.35 25c and 30c value I9c Selph was there with tin bunts and
100" 1.18 40c value . . 24c Bleached Gau/c Vests taped neck and arm. 5c M. A.'l1klnson., the turpentine I ment In another column. worked the "squee/i pIn succcssfull
90 Inch metal frame, $1.73 value. . 1.39 50c value . . 29c Oilier goods at . .. .. 7c, lOc, 19c and 39c manufacturer of Dinner Island was In Last Thursday the county coromis Bulw Inkle and Dealt played I line
;.., 90 ".Palmer's patent spring back 3.25al 2.39 Poplins all colors 25c and 3Sc values . I9 Ladles Muslin Drawers, 25c values ._ 20c r the cMrs. last Saturday. sloners fixed the county lax rate for this :tame In the outfield
#I IOU 3.50 vnl 2.18 cGallnten . .. . .. . l\\ .
Cloth best all colors 20c val. I5c 35c values. . . 24c year nt fmirtnnn- anjl nnfi half mills la Game won In the eighth ,inning.
;Mosiiultoclling: 2 jds. wide at. 8c Colored Dress Ducks.grade. .,. . . . Sic SOc values . . . . .. .. . 39c J. T. Griffin returned home this tributed; ns, follows;; ; :: General i fund:7lj; ; Score Palatka 4, Sanford", / /
25c Corset overa. . . . . . 20c35c "'" week from a visit of several weeks In the general road fund, J'i; general bridgefund "Wednesday's gimi \\.1 i fine ohibi-
Bleached Muslins Etc. ** ** .. . . . . .. 2 Ic mountains of North Carolina. %; Interest and sinking fund, 3y! ; lion of ball playing .illioun knocked
Sheetings, Sheets Towels SOc . . . . . 3'c C J. O'IIa\cr ono of the l prominent school fund, 7; this, with the 1}{ mill! a home run In I the sKlli ,inning tjingllia
'c .Ml Cotton goods have nd\anccd considerably Spreads, Ladles'.. !Muslin.. Skirls, extra value .. .. . 29c s citizens of west Putnam was a visitor I In for the state makes the total rate 22 score 3 and 3. Dealt \ home run In me
;ind will still go higher. The prices here quoted .. .. .". regular SUe value 39c "'" the city a few days the first part of this mills. The county rate Is one mill last half of the ninth ''I>I.hll"Oil the
ire much less Ihnn than they are worth today. Table Linen Etc. .. .. 75c value 59c week. higher this year than It was last whichwas game. Oilier features 01 the game were:
:;;r Your last chance.I .. .". 90c value . 75c r caused by the demands of the A couple of two.bagger- \in Collins and
1 Fair quality Bleaching, 5c value.9c Save big money by btt>'ing all you need now. .. ".. .. $1.00 value. 89c !Miss Mabel Holcomb returned' home school board. The law providing for Dillon one two.base hit
(Good quality 7caluc . . . 5c Your last chance. 1.25 value 98c last Friday, after a 6 ccks' course 01 slate aid of schools was declared uncon- Score: Palnlkt, Sanford 3>
F .16 inch Blcachings worth 8c, 01. . . 6c Ladle's Muslin Gowns 50c value . . 40c '' study at the State Normal School in slllullonal and the last legislature failed Batteries: I'ololka--Uenl and Bul
.\16 inch Fine" 9c, at . . . 7c 72x90) Good Sheets seamed . . . . 30c :: :: :: 60c value.. .. .. 48c y Gainesville. to provide for the shortage thus caused wInkle banford-Goodwin! mil Sam
,y Hill I I ) or Lonsd.ile Blenching ntUrescent . . . ')c 8lx911" . .. . . 44c81x90 75c value.. .. . 59c Samuel Merwln of Federal Point wasa so there was nothing left for the schoo ; variety ol
Cambric Lonsdale make . . Ic Seamless Sheets. . . . . . 59c ". $1.00 value. . . 89c ff visitor In the city on Tuesday comingto boards to do, but to raise the necessary If this Is the "schoolUo> S misrepresentation
Berkley' Coronet Cambric, 12 value.:. . 81x90 MohavNk Sheets very hiavy . . 69c u u q 1.25 \alue. . . 98c, "'" attend the funeral of his grandfather funds In their several I counties. The base ball at the Ualnunllk >uni .
end Us play
60 I3 c value. . .11 lOcc 90x90 . . . . 79c All SOc Corsets at . . . . . . 40c89c Sherwin! expense of all priming etc that was of our (cans the
till) 20c value . lie' 81x90 Hemslilchc-d . . . . 79c $1.00" . . . . .. . r formerly borne by the mate will have to Inn would Indicate, ww. -.Ironsly urge bis
'.. -1' l.on5lale Cambric worth 15c, nt . . 12e 90x90 . ... . . Sic 1.50" . . . . $1.29 Mrs. H. A. Gray returned home from be paid for out of the county fund this Gainesville manager to -n'nil T few ol
..., tf Nainsook finish. . UJc 8U90 Utica Sheets extra heavy. . . 7'' c 2.00" . . . . . 1.48 [E Ashctlllo, N C., last !Monday after a year, and to meet these extra expenses "Importations" over her for a kindergarten clan
9.4 Peppcrcll Sheeting worth 30c, at . 2 dc 4.x36 Good Pillow Cases 12 \'olues.. . lOc 2.50" .. . . . . 1.98 "'" visit of several weeks Midi her sister, the school board fixed the school lax course. Our boy believe in deal.
.- 10..1 I . . . 2Scic Ux36 lIe values . lIe 3.00" . . . .. .. 2.48 y Mrs. Sclglcr.: rate nt 7 mills. As the school tax rate is base boll playing and a IT Ilir IN, square GAINES;
// J7 inch Fine Sea Island Cotton . . . .! 42x36 Mohawk Pillow Cases . . . Great sacrifice In Mrs. Joseph Mcssmcr Mr and Mrs. C 'I fixed by the school board there was THEY DIDN7VILLE. GUT
Shirtwaists Skirts, Suits and .
45x31 .
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", 36 Inch unbleached Cotton lie 161c H Mcssmer! nothing left for the commissioners
'- /' arc at Asliollle N. county i la
'C. will play
36 inch unbleached Fine Sea Island: 7c value ac !'lnoTowels.worlh7cal. . . . .. :4c Princess Dresses. where they will balance C'l to do but to Include the mill in The St. Augustine letni
"i spend the extra
J6 Inch Sen Island, lOc value Sic Regular lOc 1 luck Towel . .. .. . . 5c the summer the levy, for the demand was a just one this city Saturday _
I luck and Turkish Towels regular 15c qua!. lOc for
All our regular 25c I luck, Turkish and Dim- RIBBONSNo !Mrs. M. S. Brown and family are now a just cause. Gentlemen:: Interested.Miss .

HOSIERYYour ask Towels, this sulu . . . . 20c sojourning at the Seaside Inn, at the POMONA NEWS. Kate L. Lucas wishes to inform
35c \'olues.'er>' !large and fine at.. . . 21c such bargains were ever given ns We give popular Daytona Beach to be absent she. Is prepared'
Last Chance. All 50C values at . . . . . . 3'Ic you In this line during this sale. In taking stock 0. several weeks. Lee W. Smith of Jacksonville was In re the.block public, bleach that clean"nov, iud l renovate!

/:/' Best 1 Degrade at. . . . . . 7c 60 inch while able Linen real value 35c, nt 20c we find we have thousands of thousands of yards Mrs. S. T. Strickland came from town a few days lately, shaking; hands gentlemen'II'unomlolld straw hats "
.., 15c . . . . lie 70 Inch 1'Ino Merceri/ed, extra heavy, real more than we thought and they must be sold. f I Tampa with Monday's excursionists up and with old friends. well as cleaning derbies and soft ;fill
.\1I15c I Ilose. . . . .. . 20c value 65c, this sale . . . . 39c Come and see the great values offered.LADIES' made short visit to her old Miss Mercedes Keown of DeLand hate of description
.Ml 5lc( Hose . . . . . . 3'c'' 72 72 Inch inch Linen Fine l>Damask Linen 75c Damask value, $1.00'oluo. . . 8lc S9c Mrs. H. Dutill returning to her neighbor home on terminated a pleasant visit with !Mrs. C. Miss Lucas every has Just recentlyeoml.leleda
very under
r This includes omen's, Misses' and children's. in this work
Thursday A. Knowlton
4 last Friday. thorough course
72 Inch Extra Hno" "
$1.25 value 98c FALL SUITS 01Ir.
Full size Bed Spreads, 90c values. . . 69c Miss Emma Louise Olmstcad of Po. Miss Margie Fisk of Palatka spent tho the able instruction Installed a coin
LACE and EMBROIDERY Fine Spreads, ,.I.OO l values . . . . 79c We have just received 30 Samples. of new Fall > mona who has been the popular guest week end at home. New outfit York.and She oil has work Is (fully guana:
Regular $1.25 Spreads this bale . . 9Nc r of Miss Minnie Iluky for the past 10 days, Misses Mary and Florence Williams pinto
< ;treat sacrifice in this line. We nre o\'r-5\oek. $1.50 values.. this sale. . . . . . $I.J'I Suits made In the very latest sl 'le.Ve have terminated her visit !Monday on which left Tuesday for Dunnedin where they 'Iced.Orders ,,11\11'\
cd in this line ando slaughter the prices. 2.011 .. . . . . J.48 marked them about 20\ per cent less than their tifjl day she left for her home will visit their sister for the next two left "'llh M'w'' I.aen.01 town! orders

Conic :and l sue them. 2.50 . . . . 1.98 value. They are beauties. vS !Mr. and Mrs. !V J. l'eornqlde.Ilss! months. Pomona will miss these two celve are best also attention.solicited Out and careful l n d

7]; Imogen and J.'. J. jr. left last Saturday bright young girls and wo look forward prompt attention promisedMasonic 86''"v..,
morning for.. New York They will to their return
spend some time in me mountains and I Mrs. C. A. Know lion went to DeLand
will probably vllit the Alaaka-Yukon- Sunday for a few days with her parents. Insurance.
We need a little More Money and Pacific exposition and National Park be. frank
we give you big fore returning home In the fall. Musts W. H. Cook and S. E. -
Peck Ut
were recent visitors to Palatka. The Masonic, Mutual ]
Rev William Wyllle, rector( of St. I D, Ugnnlsed ",1" 01'
Miss than Washington
Georgia Johnson who has been
price concessions to it. !Marks church returned from New York a guest of Miss Mamie Morrison, re In 18110. and tin sssool.1100

i get ] this Mrs. week.Wylllc and lie the was children accompanied who have by turned to Palatka Monday.W. belongs. exclusively to its policy'holders.

just returned from an e"lended'Isit S. MIddlcton made a business trip of this MOol.Ho" Is Ie
with relatives and friends to Jacksonville Friday. The object Insnr.IIOIae
In the Old furnish to Mason R" (good l
Country There Is a fino baby boy In the homeof can .be obtained, c lmnp.r then
] Wlllard C. C. G. Gordon the >, and i ill
Petcrmann spent several young gentleman. they can get It for elsewhere
days of this week In the having arrived last week. undertaking the.OWfl
city this laudable
on a visit
These prices are strictly CASH REMEMBER! This is your last to his parents MrFelermnrm Is now Mrs. C. II. Worcester and Miss Doris en and Directors Invite your hearty
employed as a plumber In the establish leave this week for Dover, N. H. co..oper"Uoll
to all. ment of Yager.Bethel Plumbing Co. After a short visit with relative Miss A policy with this SMoclltlnn oourbinee
l Tallahassee and his many friends Doris will enter a popular New Jersey the essential elements I4sil{
chance to get genuine bargains. Palalka will be pleased to know that he school for young ladies and M.... Worcester lIfot InsurHiies contr"e; RATES A
All Summer Goods at Slaugh- Is prospering. will return with Worcester : LUTE : : LOW ; %
Rev. W, C. Foster and family moved who went about two weeks 011'0.IIIIII! and LID BitALCONDITI/lSe,13' oOlllllwrolll1eompaule. :
to the city this week from Alachuo. and Doris will be greatly missed by her to 20% under the regular ..
c ter prices. Come and get your supply. are pleasantly located on South Fourth young friends, all of whom wish her an .. Five intermit pullei.
street In the house recently vacated by enjoyable school life. For Masons only. lit t tin
Capt. M. R. Ryan and family. !Mr. Fos !Mrs. W. 11. Cook was a guest of Long I am her for se few days should bs
ter Is the new Baptist pastor and will station friends over Saturday and Sun. Arlington" Hotel end br..th..n.
preach at his church next Sunday morn. pleased to have the 1\I.sonlo 10
Ing. His subject will bet The relation I day.The friends of eailnter and Klve ma an opportnnllY' '>
of pastor to his people. A full attendinco pleased to know that D.V.his. Perry are e Into details of the five
condition Is -
of the
members and .
r Is requested The congregation Improving, and that he Is able to walk eut eontraot.few District pnputiesW
young people's. meet about. We need
lag 01 6:30: will be the ollly w. CO[..80S.Oen. : .
nlll'hL III Mrs. S. E. Peck has had for a guest i ARLFla. and South Oa'pnnNoun.
several. days, !Mrs. I _:
AI me meeting of the : E. C. Jackson of
county com Palatka.VestN. .
M yEft missioners" last TbursdayRoblnlon of err Tn p.I.No"
Reidy represented /lr. !\oJ... .. I. b.reby ,rors that I'm.. ..tQPrii IrJ
by l'o er
peared tiinghamiN.lieloodxweek, or taxApplleatlon el..O .: \\.I.
the ,
board ,. of Jun..r d. ,pplbcntlonrtor
new booorr. It 1,1 Jay
for ho court house, and the hope caving for that place this week. W. let Anad b. runt//n is mdmee wuaI.
Instructed him she will '
to proceed with the return much Improved In tae i0itosiipeeorlhed
plane 9mbmCM
and health.' law. amid oertlllean
specifications. utuemflorid.
The In t
of fc F. d prop0rty.lsuated
Ensey to serve the county as civil emrln' Nice pare Georgia Cane ., to wttear. :r r.. IowoehiPI
eer at II of of nw".
salary .150 l III n.
either cepted by the board per: provided month was, that ae. II put i Ibs up, 25.,1 In;alr.theht 11 Ibs.| l 70o.cau"Guaranteed, 3H Ibll. ISo to; "e, rsait.. '?.n7 eon.:i __.t.1 toe the rsahill den .1 I
ooh In
party might discontinue of. l sae
absolutely .M' /
contract crtlo"
by pure and fresh, at A. eSid all' l
giving the other fifteen days Uralnger'ii Golden Gh Holouion. Unless d**
Chairman Stephens was aotlce Gate Grocery. redeemed: Wnnnim. awene dar few'or "eeV' 't p'el5el.l
authorized lath
to I th.reon 00 Otis
confer with Mr. Ensey' and ROR : seal felt
order .
the RENT Unfurnished house "d
instruments required ._ .t mtnw.
by him 'In Wltn. m
the pleasantly
'm I Itructlon of the work COn- located on Emmett St Suit 1 u., of '1tUNTCNaAOtol.rkRUlraa$1 : .
to be don. by the able for either one i f AHa
county or two lamll ea Key : p
tau a
tli Emmett Sf '.U..tt i.w; ,

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