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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1898
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Mrs. Ford, of Sanford, a former resident Marriage at Pomona.
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. OUR COUNTY EDITORS Royal make to*food pllre. e
of this city, is here on a visit to On Wednesday, May path,a weddingwas ;...ltHGt..o4 dotklo.s.

relatives and fnends. very prettily solemnized by Rev. v ...,.. ". -- --.... r

Among those who attended the con- Mr. Miller,of Como,at the home of the I Ibnde'

Paragraphs of Local and Per gressional committee meeting here yes. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. IHTERLACHSN.:

sonal Interest. terday were Judge Milton Bryan, De- Curtis. The contracting parties were

Land; F. W. Sams and P. N. Bryan, Mr. Hira A. Ring, of Sisco and Miss Married at Interlachen Wednesday tel'a
E. Curtis of Pomona. The bride's
New Smyrna. May ,
Short Snappy Stories About MattersIn afternoon, June 1st, at the residence of

Palatka and Putnam Coun The steamer Santee passed down the maid was Miss Amy Warrenof Palatka the bride's sister, Mrs. George E. Gil-
Mr. Calvin Webb of Po-
groomsman, lette Mr. W. B. Thompson to Mrs,
riser the latter part of last week with a ,
ty, for Busy Readers. mona. Shortly after 2 p. m. the bridal
cargo of GOO barrel of turpentine and Jennie L Steele. The wedding cere-
took under arch
party their places an
rosin, large of her mony was performed by Rev.Dr.BrownIn
a
part cargo having
or flowers from the top of which hung 6
been taken on here. [ a- most impressive manner. The $
II. Marshall, of Sanford, was In town a floral wreath The ceremony was affair was rather private, only relatives Kl

this week. A negro named Campbell was before impressive and beautiful. The bride friends
and a few intimate being pres POWDER
Justice Rowton Tuesday morning on a was dressed in white dotted lss muslin
W. L. McLeodof Crescent City, was ent. The groom is the trustedfaithful
charge of breaking and entering Car- trimmed with white :pace and ribbon for Absolutely Pure
m town Monday. Florida salesman the Leggett-My-
man' restaurant. He was held in (100 She carried abouquet of Marchael
ets Tobacco Company, of St. Louis,
Sheriff Turner, of DeLtnd, was in boud to al next of
appear term court. Neil roses. Miss Warrea was also I
and has many friends throughout the
town yesterday. dressed in white and carried roies. After 10".aMlloG_oc.co.,'..*VOM.
At a meeting of the Board of Alder- state who will be glad to learn of his

T. V. Hlncks, of Satsuma Heights, men on Wednesday night the Chief of the ceremony congratulation? were marriage. The bride is one of.Interllichen.s -

was lu the city Wednesday. Police was instructed to examine all extended to the happy couple,and then most popular ladies, and has a :I

licenses and to before all were invited to partake of a tempt. I of Putnam THE parted to meet the following morning
Sheriff Hagan and wife have gone to arrest and bring host fnends in county.
Ormond spend the summer. the mayor all parties having none. In
Mrs. Ring departed for their future Mr. and Mrs. I who: have pawed beyond the sound of
wishing Thompsonthe i
Mrs W. H. Cyrus returned Saturday THE TIMES-HERALD: bad a pleasantcall home in Sisco. The guests present i the bugle. and where the beat of the
usual !
afternoon from a visit to Tampa. Monday from Dr. G. L. Sipprell were Mrs.Mlller dautuerof Como; courtesy. drum shall be beard no mre.
of staunch friends from Putnam j I
one our
The county sewer from the jail along I Miss Lillie Warren, sister of the bride's JOHNSON'SCHILL The reception tendered Mr. and Mia r
Hail. This was the first time the Doctor
Orange street was repaired Friday. | maid; Mrs. Richardson, of Boston, ,Ring at their home in Sisco Ian Wed
has been Palatka he in about
In ,
says
Mass.; Miss Lottie Olmstead,of Pomona AND nesday wa one of our most pleasant
Hon. John P. Wall was in town Wednesday seven months.
; and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis and son social events. The bride and groom

accompanied by his daughter. We acknowledge a fraternal call from Charlie, of Satsuma. D. Y. E. FEVER TONIC entered the parlor preceded by four

John Coy, one of Cisco's prominent Editor Hopkins of the St. Augustine Congressional Committee Meets. Cures FeverIn I bride's maids, where congratulationswere

business men, was In town last Friday. Daily Herald, who was In the city yes- bestowed upon the happy couple.

G. P. Yelverton has removed his terday in attendance upon the meeting t The Executive Committee of the One Day. I Music wai one of the principal features

the of the Democratic Congressional Executive Second Congressional District held a I of the evening. At eleven o'clock supper
Mills for
family to Orange summer. POMONA.
meeting In Palatka and
yesterday, selected -
Committee. was announced an<1 highly enjoyed
Major Fowler spent a day or two in DeLand as the place for holdingthe I The table was arranged by Mr. and

DeLand this week on professional busi Miss Annie Appleyard and Miss Mar- convention, tLe time being July 20, POMONA, May 80. Mrs.C.A.Curtls. The guests departed ",. ,
tin, of Sanford, are'here this week in at 3 o'clock ot Welaka was
p. m. The hour was set at Miss Ruby Reynolds soon after 1 o'clock, wishing the newly
ness.We of attendance upon the Distnct Conference 3 o'clock on account of the arrival of the guest of Mrs. Rogers a few days ,i I married and
couple life
noticed the first watermelons a long happy
of the M.E. Church South. Miss trains at DeLand. I
the season at George Weller's store thisweek. Appleyard is the accomplished daughter recently.Miss I On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Following Is the apportionment of in town a
Aimee Warren was Ring entertained of their friends
: many
of Editor of the Gate
Appleyard, City
representatives from the various coun- few days last week visiting Miss Leila who were detained the evening beforeby
Mrs. W. E. H. Mabry and children Chronicle.Rev. '
ties forming the district af-
: Curtis, but has returned to Palatka. the severe shower. Supper was

have gone to Daytona Beach to spend Wm. Stones preached a special Alacbua, 15 Madison, 9 ter spending a few days with friends in served at 10 o'clock, after which the

awhile.W. sermon Sunday evening at the Baptist Bakes 1 Marion, 10 Sisco. [young* people joined in an Informal

B. Heath of Nashua, will be the church to the veterans. A large con- Bradford, 1 Nassau, 5 Mr. Mormon, of Jacksonville was at dance until about o'clock, when the

first farmer in this section to. cut gregation was present and a splendid Brenrd, '5 Orange. 10 Mr. Smith's a few days last week. jrufst departed. That the life of this

tobacco discourse was listened to, the preacher Clay, 3 Osceol4. 2 Miss Leila Curtis went to Palatka I new couple may be one of never-ending:;

Miss Edith Brush, of Daytona is the having taken as his text: "For we be Columbia, ..,.'.."' 7': Putnam, 10 .Thursday and was the guest of Miss haupiuess and prosperity U the wish of

guest of the family of Dr. II. R. Estes, brethren." Dade, '4'St:Johns, 7 I Lilly Warren. While there she bad the i a YANKEE GIRL.
Duval 17 Snmpler, 4
on Oak"street. lIon.Thom Hind of Georgetown, Hamilton S Suwannee, SLake I pleasure of,attending the Sunday tchool Who Owns the Cork Screw?

Mrs. J. S. Rowley and daughters, o! Putnam's ex-senator, was In town 8 Volusia 1 I picnic at Buffalo Bluff, aDd meeting Will the gentleman who drank my

San Mateo, leave this week for Round Tuesday en route to Daytona where he several very pleasant people from the kerosine oil at the dance last night

Lake, N. Y. will spend two months on the beach In Are You Going to the Coast? Gem City. i please call, pay'for same and get the Jt

the hope of regaining his health which Those of our readers who are :Mrs. Platt and family have moved elegant cork screw he left? A fine will
Mrs.E.C.Totman has been spending expecttug i
a few days with relatives and friends at we regret to learn is very poor at to spend a portion of the heated into the house owned by Mr. Uofford.Mr. [be Imposed on the nntlperso drinking

Otmond and Daytona. ) present. term at the seaside will do well to investigate Hoke has accepted the positionas my hghllu? fuel, upon 'conviction.j .

Congressman Robert W. Davis, wife the advantages to be found at night operator at this station and is j My place: I endeavor to m tt;'- "s resort -
Attention is called to the real estate
and daughter arrived In the city Mon Coronado Beachopposite New Smyrna. boarding with Mr. Weeks. | foi gentlemen and no other need

advertisement of E. B. Roy, which ap day on a brief visit. They were calledto At Coronado the finest bass fishing in Mr. Robinson went to Palatka] last come expecting to abt otherwise. >

pears elsewhere today.R. Florida on account of the illness of a the country will be found, bathing U Monday and is now working in the door I I will give another feetivpl| and dance

C. Howell has as his guests his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davis at unexcelled, and no prettier beach can factory. I I for the benefit of the she!! road Friday

two nieces, Misses Mary and Norma Orange Lake, who we are pleased.to be found on the Atlantic coast. If you Mrs. Maxwell who has been visitingher I ntitbtJnne 10.Admission "

Howell of Fitzgerald Ga. anticipate going from home free. Danclng,2.c!.
learn Is Improving. away
,. sister, Mrs.Wake fie Id,has returned i M. n CROWJT.
dunng the summer would advise
The tug Fearless towed two barges George W. Bell,Jr.,one of Welaka's we to her New York home. !
down to Jacksonville Wednesday,witha business in you to write to V.H.Newell,proprietor A SPANISH REFLECTION.
prominent young men, was Mr. Welch made a trip to the Gem
of the Seaside Hotel Coronado Bet ch
cargo of 250barrel of naval stores. Palatka Monday and made this office a last Fnday. Last week's issue of our esteemed
City
forfull particulars. Postoffice address,
The Item says that seven hundred pleasant and profitable caU. Mr.Bell's New Smyrna, 1a. ju3tf At the recent school meeting Mr. contemporary, the San Mateo Item suggested

and one thousand boxes of oranges will success has been phenominal since establishing Welch, Dr. Peck, and Mr.Keown were that to ascertain correctly the
his business Welaka onlya Very Painful. for point upon which Spaniards landed,
be shipped from San Mateo next winter. elected to serve as the school board
few months ago.Marriage Miss Rosa Coxe.while down the the editor of Tux TnrM- lnuw mart
Malarion with Malanoa Tablets guar going the ensuing term.

anteed cure for chills, fever and ague, doorsteps Sunday afternoon, had the Mr. Ludluw has gone to Palatka'Inquest lengthen his ears by tome meant, pose
at San Mateo. before a mirror and the reflection
,
misfortune to painfully Injure one of her be
or money refunded. 50 cents. AU of work. We all hope he may
At the residence of the bnde's father, feet. One of the bones was dislocatedand successful.The would be readily comprehensible.

druggists. Mr. M.Solanoal San Mateo.on Thursday another broken. Dr. Steen was Complying with Brother Crosby's request

W. A. Hobbs, of McMeekln, one of May 2Gtb.189B,Thomas J. Wrightand ,called and set the fractured bone. first hail storm of the season this is what we got!
TilE TIMES-HERALD'S warm friends struck here to-day. The rain was very The -horrid Spaniards Their fleet''
Miss Maud May Solano were unitedin While the injury is very painful and I hall
will not
and was in town Monday welcome, but as for the we claimed to have landed at Santiago
supporters, marriage. The contracting partiesare will require several weeks to heal, we i

and paid us a pleasant visit. among San Mateo's most popular are pleased to learn thai it is not serious I say.The memorial services held in the honorably but they landed by chance,

All persons throughout the county young peopleandTETDIES-HERALD and.that no permanent lameness will church last Sunday; morning were beau. on their very narrow assumption that i
this might the Cortex and
who desire'to be vaccinated can have it extends congratulations.Need result. church was tastily decorated impress
The
tlful.t and
desperate
Queen Regent. They are
done free of charge by Drs. Cyrus and Excursion to Jacksonville Sunday. with bunting, flags, palms: and lovely sore over the matter. It is said that
Welch, at their office In this city.
The J. T. & K. W. railway will runa flowers. the editor of The Item thinks Scbley

Malarion Is devoid of bitter taste. special train to Jacksonville Sunday, At the opening of the services four- may land there himself. ,

Cures chills and fever; acts on the liver leaving Palatka at 9:03 a. m.. to give teen comrades, including post comi The above is the effect of the translation :

and regelates the system generally. All A Change ? our citizens ar opportunity of seeing mander Cbeathaot, and their chaplain.Mr. ,in the mirror.

druggisti.Mrs. the soldiers in camp and parade. The Woodworth, marched to the front
E. O. EARLS& Co. will sell you &
Charles J.Bolinger left Monday,I Try the Seaside_> fare for the round tnp will be only $1. seats. This was a touching scene-the large load of Dry line, Ash or Oak

for New York state to spend the sum The train will leave Jacksonville, returning blue and the gray marching side by side
{ For fine fishing, excellent bathingand Wood to any part of the city for 31.
mer. Mr. Bolinger accompanied her as at 8 p. m, Palatka and adja- as though they had been hfe-long
the prettiest beach on the Atlantic When you need wood call up 'Phone
far as Jacksonville. cent towns will no doubt, send a large friends. Several beautiful patriotic
coast, where the air is pure
delegation. were rendered by the choir,each f
songs
of Melrose in and refreshing,
John McAllister, was
one doing their best to make the day Johnson'se
town Monday and made a pleasant visit District Conference In Session. remembered by the brave
.Coronado Beach. one to be lout
to this office. Mr. McAllister is one of .. .. The annual conference of the Jack- boy of '61. The address by Rev. U. :

the staunch citizens of his section. Leads the Procession. sonville District, Methodist Episcopal Wadsworth, of:Nashua, was listened to Chill and. "f. .' ;

Rev. S. II. Nettles, of Alabama, occupied Church, South, is now in session in very attentively and contained much '

the pulpit of the M. E, Church Coronado is opposite New Palatka, at SUJames Methodist Church, praise for the gray haired veterans. Fever ,

delivering a Smyrna, only two hours fiom and will continue over Sunday. unusually large ?
nth, on Sunday evening, The congregation was "
The opening sermon was preached
very able temperance lecture to a large Palatka, and you can get accommodations Wednesday evening. A fairly large several persons being present from Tonic v.

and appreciative audience. at moderate attendance is reported and a useful and Cisco Satsnma, Nashna.Welaka, Fiuit- tf *
prices by writing to the interesting session is expecttd. > Mou t and
land Georgetown. t"' .Royal, .
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! W. A. Merryday has torn out the floor ,
. old Reid building on Water street SEASIDE HOTEL. O.A..STO ItL I d.... Como. .After the 6 "ice& be comradesproceed'lJf Cures Fteyer F

dais brick and concrete I Boonlhe 1 Clad Yaa Bate IUnats Moat toHhe ball where: as lunch
putting in a W. H. NEWELL, Prop :
and tntere&Ungjrar incidents -
&&tiation which he will put c t Biguture ? was served In One Day.
f< upon P. O.:address, New mJna, Fla. of were related. Ttjyeferans then .
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WAR NEWS Does Bab OCALA IS CHOSEN. Which Half isfhe8ellerllalf

FOR WEEKFight :; State Democratic Convention to be

Held August 3rd. .. .
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? Call for State Democratic'Con ,
i Thrive a harder
I The housewife's duties are than men .
Uncle Sam Is Waging In vention at Orlando, Fla., Wednesday! realize. Cleaning alone is a constant tax: on her

the Name Freedom. August: 3rd, 1893: strength, a never-ended task. More than half the

If your baby is de1ic; ..The Democratic party of the Stateof work of cleaning she can have done for her if she ... !:fI..'. ....r.;. ...7. .,
will and the will be next to nothing. .' s
and sickly and its food tit Florida will hold a State Conventionat expense

Fighting Ship Off FlorIda. Orlando, Fla.,on Wednesday August -

Secretary Long Wednesday received not nourish it, put fitu>. r S. 18fJS at 12 m., for the following
an official dispatch announcing the arrival '
drops of Sco : Washing
or twenty purposes
of the battleship Oregon and the 6sT
gunboats Marietta and Buffalo at Jupiter Emulsion in its bottle that "To nominate the following candidates -

Inlet. Fla.Second to-wit: Two Justices of the Powder.
four times and
Call For Soldier or a day y.v. Supreme Court, one for the fall term

The president Wednesday issued a will see a marked change.We of six years and one to fill the unex- ,> 7 t Does the better half of cleaning; does it Lt.cr

L proclamation calling for 75,000 more have had abundu: pired term of Hon. B. S. LIddon re. } i than any other way known ; does it easily qmci.l

SFr volunteers to serve for two years unless : signed; a State Treasurer to fill the !, { s. and cheaply. Largest package--greatest economy.

Or! sooner discharged. proof that they will thrton unexpired term; two Railroad Commissioners + ,e = THE N. K. FAiRBANK COMPANY, *
Release the Saranac. t Chicago. St. Loris New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
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Spanish this emulsion when oth..: each for the term of four t :::= ==:
A dispatch from Manila Wednesday.
I food fails nourish them. years and one Railroad Commissionerfor
aid the American bark Saranac,which to ----- ---
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shortly after the outbreakof the term of two years, to be voted -
was captured
It is the same with larr?:
the war by a Spanish gunboat had .. for at the next regular State election;

been released. children that are deli,,"; t"Scott's and to transact such other business W.A.MERRYDAY

Public Opinion For Peace. a'may come before the convention.
Emulsion seems to h\ \.
A dispatch from Madrid Thursday "The different counties in the State

announced that the dominant note of the element lacking in then will send delegates to the convention WHOLESALE .
public opinion there was a desire to find ,
food. Do not fail to.try it.ii: the following basis of Grits
'" some way to honorable peace, as Spain I upon representation Hay Grain, Flour, Meal, ,
had nothing to gain by an indefinite your children do .not thrive. : One delegate for each one hun- ,

prolongation of hostilities.All dred votes for the candidate on the Orange Box and Building Material. '
It is as useful for them i ir:
idea that France would intervene, State ticket who received the highest
the dispatch continued, had been abandoned intinter.. .A.gent
summer as number of voles at the general electionof
and hopes were fixed upon the
possibility that Duke Almedovar de Rio, Ask your doctor if this is not true. 18"JG and one additional vote for the Bradley Fertilizer C .,

the new minister of foreign affairs, SCOTT, & BOWNE, Chemists,New York fraction in excess thereof, when it Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,

would find some fitting occasion on amounts to fifty or more." Ray & Fickett Schooner Line,

which to take the initiative looking to \\& and all army tieadqnaf The counties under this rule will be (Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
and the of event only be
cessation of the war. course can
a
t Yet at judged from general appearances. General entitled to representation as follows: PALATKV FLORIDA
Spanish Santiago.
Miles left Washington for Tampa, Alachua. 11; Bradford, 6; Baker, 2;

f Secretary Long said Thursday that Fla., Monday night accompanied by Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2;
word had from of the
no coma any
.. scouting vessels so numerous in West his personal and official staff. Clay 4; Columbia, 6; Dade, 4; De Soto AT

Indian waters concerning the Spanish The Flying Squadron. 6; Duval, 22; Escambia, 11; Franklin,

; flying squadron, and therefore he con It is announced In a dispatch from 2, Gads en. 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, Mrs. Blocher's
cluded that Cerrera was still in Santiago M. Thomas West Indies that Schley ,
2 Uillsboro. 20 Holmes,3 Jackson 9
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has received instructions from
.._ harbor. positive
Captured'Vessels Condemned. Washington to take or destroy the Jefferson, 14; Lafayette, 3; Lake 7; 35 Lemon Street.

.r In the United States circuit court at Spanish fleet Whether this means Lee, 3; Leon, 14; Levy, Liberty, 1; I

Key West, Friday Judge Locke rendered that he is to starve them or go in the Manatee, 7; Madison 7; Manon, 9; -...-

decisions in the cases of the six harbor after them nobody except him Monroe, 4; Nassau, 4; Orange, 10;

Spanish steamers seized during the first self knows. It is generally considered Oceola, 2; Pasco, 4; Polk,8; Putnam; SUMMER= DRESS GOODSLawns
days of the Vuban blockade. that it would be a most dangerous undertaking -
St. Johns, 7 Santa Rosa 6 Sutiler 4
; ; ;
The Catalina and Miguel Jover were to attempt to enter the narrow '
; released both vessels and cargoes. The channel of the harbor which it Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 2; Volusia, 8; Dimities, Organdies,
, bluest asssortment in Lawns, Percales, Calicoes,Mnslms.Sheetin ,Tlckmg etc
Pedro and Guido were condemned and mined. Wakulla, 5; Walton, 4; Washington. Silks aud Satins for Waistand Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.

. forfeited. The Buena Ventura and the ...--- The counties will select their delegates Parasols and Umbrellas from roc to$250.

r Panama were condemned and forfeited. If You Wish to Be 1U In any manner which may be
.4 The of the Buena being
cargo Ventura
deemed beat by the people, acting -
.
neutral property was restored to its You mast fortify your system againstthe

I owners as it was protected by the pres attacks of dl8'a.. Your blood most through the party organization, as recognized

,ident's proclamation.The be kept pure your stomach and digestIve by the last State convention. I MILLINERYIN

question of the Panama's cargo organs in. order your appetite All Democrats are invited to partici-

was taken under advisement good. lIoo '* bartaparilla Is the medicine pate in the selection of delegates thereto -

At Schley the close Watching of (the the cabinet Spanish.meeting to build you up, purify and including those who have become ALL ITS BRANCHES.

, In Washington Friday it was authoritatively enrich your blood and give you I qualified to vote since the last election.
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f. stated that although the strength it creates an appetite and The chairman and eecretaay of each --- .. --

government had no official information gives digestive power. county convention held for the purposeof Ladies and Childrens Shoes.

i I!; on the-' subject there was no reasonable electing delegates to the State con-
doubt that Admiral Cervera's fleet
was HOOD'S PILLS are the favorite family vention are requested to send Hon. W.
in Santiago harbor and that Commodore
., SchleySras on guard at the entrance. cat hat Ic, easy to take, easy to operate. A, Rawls, chairman, Tallahassee,

t It was also stated that any contemplated Fla., a written or printed copy of the THE C. B. ROGERS; CO.
Why allow yourself to be slowly tortured ,
movement against Cuba or Porto i proceedings of such county conventions
t4 Rico would be held in abeyance until at the stake by disease? Chills together Uh a list of the Dimes of the IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.Provisions .

the Spanish fleet either was destroyed and Fever will undermine, and event
or otherwise rendered helpless to seriously ually break down the strongest constitution county executive committee appointed, Grain Hay Flonr Meal Grits Etc.
thereon .the chairman and
designating
". interfere with oar plans in any "FEaR: CURl (Sweet Chill Tonic ,
direction. secretary of such committee. .
i with Iron) ts more effective than Sole AsrcntA forFairbank OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
Spain's Reserve Squadron.It W. A. BAWL,Chairman.
was officially stated from Madrid Quinine and being combined with J. C. COOPER, Secretary. f THE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS
I Canning I Co I
is excellent Tonic and Nerve Med- ,
iron
't FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
: late Saturday afternoon that the Spanish
reserve squadron commanded by icine. It is pleasant to take. and is Lion Brand Canned Meats. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.

f Admiral Camara, had left Cadiz Its sold under positive garantee to cure or

destination was not given but it was money ref unde J. Accept no substitute Quotations Made Promptly on Application.

intimated by the government that it The "just as good kind don't effect
would sail to the Philippine islands, cures Baby Mine! Feb 11-6m

Cuba or the United States. The reserve JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
squadron is said to be old vessels of the
. Notice to Co -
ire*pond en ts.
tpye Dewey destroyed so easily at Manila. Every mother
In a recent conversation had with Mr.
feels an i n d e-
t The Cuban Invasion. Tenney president of our organization, a.scribable dreadof

t t Admiral Sampson reached Key Weston It was determined to mate an effprt to

Sunday and began making get the members together in another the pain and
tions for the Cuban invasion.prepara..1 I danger attendant -
con ventl n. The pleasurable enjoyment -
son's fleet was left between upon the
West. of our first and onlv convention,
Key most critical pe-
A special to a New York paper from held about a year ago, I have no
Washington on Sunday stated that Is still fresh In the memoy of all who
orders had been forwarded to General were present. We would like to have '.t Becoming a
fihaf ter at Tampa to embark the greater mothersliouldbe
an expression through the next issue of w
portion of his corps including all regulars a source of joy
TIMES-HERALD of the desire ot I oce. It Is to these many nntortanato being
and most efficient volunteer
regi to all, but the RUPTURE who suffer often unsuspected and in silence,
menu;: ; the correspondents upon the questionof suffering and __ that we extend a cordial invitation to coma and

Spanish Fleet Bottled Up. I another convention and if we can danger of the ordeal make : I it) t be examined free of charge. We alo it agree for to
f\ Universal ,amp all] fit truss and allow patient to wear one
I
. On Monday it was positively announced I get a consensus of opinion favor of another its anticipation one of misery.MOTHER'S week at the expiration of which time we.will
refund the If found not satisfactory.ritTINO
money
that Commodore Schley and meeting it will be called at an To thoM who know nothing of the affliction A TRUSS.
of herina called rupture)it will be a
(commonly
the flying squadron had the Spanish "early day. surprising statement that one-tenth of the human To think about is easy bat it Is only easy.
hernia.There
FRIENDis those who thoroughly understand
fleet bottled up in the harbor of San. 1'. T. H. QUF.EX Sec. family ate afflicted with of this complaint.to are several kinds of hernia and each has to
This is true, and the forms treatment are
tiago de Cuba.. By the most clever ma. numerous and in roost cases unsuccessful.rednced and retained with a truss fitted aeThere:1eamethodofretainingbernla.however. -
commodore theI' Late Worth Co. the remedy which relieves' cording to its own peculiarity. Daring ten
entering: the allowed Th Canning has : year of practical experience in fitting trusse
Spaniards to think he had left in disgust :< ht-l"u organized recently to establish a women of the great pain and suffering not that only is nnireroaUy retain the accepted hernia as being but is perfect the mostCOMFOKTABLE It ,.e have not found a single case that we could

They took the bait and ran into the bar- canuery at West Palo Beach; conuact incident to maternity; this and. ccxoMiCAL aj>p>ian<-e in to not come retain.and It see.THERE costa. nothing be convinced hut

bor. Commodore Schley moved down hour which is dreaded as woman's existence. XO.939 TRUSS.A ARE OTHER TRU gES.
for erection of building( ha bten
Many of which might be good If they could
at 6 o'clock and going close to the severest trial is not only made *is well known mot of the appliance for only be made to fit; but experience proves that
this malady are not satisfactory to the wearer
awarded.
harbor he saw the Cristobal Colon, the almost every individual requires a differentshaped
but all the than and failing
painless, danger is removed often doing more harm good
truss-one peculiarity of our train i*
Maria Teresa and two torpedo boats. to retain the hernia. Thousand of
--- -- entirely
by its use. Those who use *. I that it can be fitted to any shapeCAUTION. ,
"Commodore Schley has acted I people are Buffering trom in-fitting truss or .
upon this remedy are no longer despondent doing without entirely thus endangering their Eewareof hard rubber tnlllleS that cannot h.-
his information and
judgment tried
own and Lives bet'aue the truues they ban to wt'a- .
Liver Ills .havect without heating,as they will sat hold.WE
believes the whole Spanish fleet is there. or gloomy; nervousness have given them uDdurable pain and IDeon1'eDI I

kwJK e. sat en the alter triangle of theEroS& nausea and other distressing conditions -- CARRY A FULL LINE OF-

a-4intil after the discovery of LIke biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, constipation are avoided, the system is H. R. and Elastic Trusses Suspensory Bandages, Pessariesand

the fleet and he then went" to breakfast ,sour stomach indigestion are promptly made ready for the coming event all kinds of Rubber Goods.

saying: cured by Hood's fills They do their workHood's a d the serious accidents so com-
"I've got them and they will never Crescent Drug Store
, p home." .on to the critical hour are ,

",get Forward Movement of Troop i ieul11 jbviated by the use of Mother's C. J. GAKUETT, Proprietor.
Friend. // is <: blr since to :f011an. I I.1.CO
The certainty of having the Spanish PALATKA, FLORIDA.
fleet at Santiago has led to general activity '
PERBO'I'TLE: at all Dmz-Store.,
and to what is believed to bo ageneral and ttoronjchty.Best or seat by empress on receipt of price.
forward movement of the after dinner pins.K P I III S BOOKS Containing invaluable Information efrprr aDd \'ihllkfT HaMta
cents. AH dnijclsts.Ittpared : interest to all willjbeTaentrfitt ,C.AS'rOn.x: : cured at home with
troops. women P I U M
by The strictest tt-nsorsbio is enforced :.t Koran sent FE
The only Pia to tike*!ih Hood's 8a nsurdia. n. BIUDFIELB CECCL1TOB CO ; 'ntfd .HJX
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Strawberries for Fanners' Wives. Y7 "- r.. ... _-. s .. I
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Farmers In Florida often live a NOTICE
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more than ordinarily lonesome and r- I" r.

Isolated life. To the wives of such


we commend following, written bya Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public DESCRIPTION. d OWNER E

happy farmer's wife in Green'aP'rultGrower auctton..on the fourth day of July, A. D 1898. at Polatka. Putnam county. FlorIda I' c .&:: eCJ
I or so much thereof.. will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of : ='og
: 1897 herein set opposite to the same together with the costs of such sale and e ;
advertising } $ 3e
1 know that much has been said .

about overworked wires and we hare
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all read about the woman on the Joe Jot 2 ....... ... .. ... .. ........ .... J4 t 23 13 W A Porter ...... ... ... 1 'Z2
farm who becomes insane from i'4.. aw44 of De% .... ..,.... ...... .......... 1& 9 23 40 C D Bonrwt,.. .... .. 243
over- ... wr4 of see/ ... .... .... ........ ........ IS 9 m 50 Naeon do Wright ... . 315
work, but I hare been a farmer's,--wife' dI ne'a of sw44 e7 acres of DW% of sw44 17 9 23 41 Mrs A M Hall ...... .... 243
DESCRIPTION OWNER. s a ne 8-40 and aw 3-40 ot lot 10 II of DellI -

the part twenty-fire years myself, a tI aU amy Rd... ..... .. ...... ...... .... J8 9 m 11 Mrs A M Ha1J ... .. ...... '273
have had share of hard work andI w d II ge o I w4 of e% of lot 12 .... ....... ....... J8 9 23 10 W J Walker .. .. .......... 143
, my Se w44 of Jot 12 .. .. .. ........ ........ 18 t m 20 3 CaboDe Est ... .. ...... 172
know from experience that ir h not (! < nwrg of ,lot 13 .. ... .. ... ............ J8 9 23' 10 Unknown ., ... ....... 100
I lot 2 In e% ot ne'' .. ....... .......... 18 9 23 14 J E Lewis and others. 58
so much the work as it is the monotony a. %-3 otlot S and a 1-20 of lot 4 ...... 19 t 23 31,1 C Hampton Est ...... 739

and sameness' of it; the wearinessof fractional a% lot 2 and lot 6 ..... .... 13 8 24 65 I ne I-J of lot S .. .... ...... ........ J9 9 xt J3 S Wolf . ... ... ........ 315
Western R R .. .....
Co. 315 tot 6 .... .
and 15 .. ....... ...... 19 .
i 2t fI5 lIennln
lotsS46 ........... ...................... 23 8 24 120 F M Oaldwen .... .. ...... .. rand Ie IDvt Cfo J'i1
tanks forever doingyet never that part stt of stt of ett of nett s JO IoU 11 and 19 Dudley surrey .... .... 19 923 13 3 0 Hall ... .. ..... ... S 15

done; and the lack of change and variety of Bellamy road '". ... .......... 13 8 24 17 F Q Brown .. ....... 130 I lots lot 3 7 and and 4 8 Pre Kt'6dle Jieu survey .......... J9 t 23 JO F L Favor .. .. ... ......... 2 aI
MeRae .
tract. .. 211 t m
wtt of nett nwtt of sett and ett of n G P Prouty .... .......... 172

which takes from life its alt ett... . .. ... ... ... ........ 15 8 24 160 Unknown ..;. .... .... ... 267 I, 21 lot 13 Keadle lcRae tract ... ....... 20 t 23 71,4 L T :McLaughlin ..... .... 11
acres of'l1w% of nwy4 ..... ........ 20 923
ett of swtt of Bellamy road ... .. 16 8 24 25 W B & II C Weaver .... 100 11 A H lIcCiennan.. ........ 172
and savor and robs us of courage to nett of nett s and e of Bellamy road 20 8 24 14 W R CHlsson .... .......... 143 I lot 3 and II 27 acres of lot 2 ...... .... 24 923 !ISMra: S E WalJ. ... ........ 315

face its' trials.I sett of nett nett of sett ......... .... 20 S 24 80 F Q Brown .... ...... .. 172 i a'4 of net . . .... .............. 24 9 23 80 Unknown . ... ........ 143
a% of nwtt and e% . .. .... ...... 21 8 24 400 Western R R Co .1. .... 739 of n"4 aw% of nw44 .... ........ U 923 10 W II Blocker ... ........ 316
have raised strawberries flO that wtt of nett swtt of nwtt and aw%.. 22 8 24 236 F Q Brown ...... ... ..... 384 I'e % ot sett Md w% of seyV of ae%.... 28 9 23 100 Mrs A )1 Hall ...... .... S 15
swtt of swtt . .. ... . ". .. ...... 23 8 24 40 Western R R Co ... ..... 100 7.20 of 1Ie'4 of sea ... ..... ...... .28 9 23 14 R Ford .. ... ..... ...... U _
we have enjoyed them freely for more nett of nwtt ... .. .... .......... ... 25 8 24 40 Western R R Co ... ..... 100 1 ... ... .... ... ...... .............. 30 9 23 40 L r Norton ...... ........ 172
than twenty years; in the earlier part ett of nwtt w% of nw% w% of sett : nett of nw44 ...... .... .... .......... 3S 9 23 40 F Q Brown .... .......... 100

and wtt .. .. .... .. ................ 26 8 24 I nwy4 ot se44 ..... .............. ........ 1 9 24 I 40 Thos WaJtIna11 .... ...... 141
403 F Q Brown ... .......... 597
of that time with some help from se'k of sett .... ...... ........ .... 1
my w% of swtt of nw%... ... .......... .. 27 9 2t 40 Latin Scurry .. ......... 100
S 24 20 Wm Smith .... .... ...... 73
aw44 ot ... .......... .
sett, .... ........ 1 9 24.40
Randall .
wtt of swtt of nwtt .. Scurry ..1...... 100
...
husband and his hired men-later my 27 S 24 20 W M Smith ... .. .. ... 73 sett of
nett. ae% of nw% w% ot .. 2
and ae% 9 24 160 F Brown .. ..
D% of nwtt stt of set stt of aw% 27nett Q trustee S 15I
S 24 240 Western' R R .. .
Co. .
children helped me, but if I had wait of nett and stt of sett ....... ...28 9 24 120 F Q Brown .... ... .. .... 597 384 aw%. of of aeS and ne44 of aw% .... .... S 9 24 80 Allen Geiger ...... ........ 466
DW%, 8el4 and sett of twit. ..... ... J
in ne corner of nett of aw%.. ........ 32 I 9 24 80 Hf'nnlng Land & Inn Co 172
a 24 2 William Lane ... .... .. 68
ed till the men of the family found In ne% of De-%. and a% of 8e% of DW%.. 3 9 24 eo Unknown .... .. .. .,.. .
a part of nets of aw% ..... ..... .. 32 9 24 5 William Ford ...... ...... 100 ... S 00 .
leisure to lead out in this matter, I am e% of nw 4 of sett. ... .... .........32 8 24 20 Horace Bryant .. .. ... 143 I nw'4 of ne3 ... .... ...... .............. 4 9 24 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100
e% and ett of nwtt and ett of swtt 1w14 of net: .. .. .... ..... ............ 4 U 40 lIf'nnlnlt Land & Invt Co 100(

afraid we should have had few berries and nwtt of swtt... ... ... .... ...... 33 8 24 620 Western R R Co ... .... 1063 I awy4 of se's ... ..... ........ ....,... 5. 24 40 W W Sanders ... ... .. 115
and I should have misled deal n% of ne% swtt of nett nwtt of settstt I nw44 of nw44, a% of nw'4 8% of aes4
a great of ett n% of ewtt sett of swtt 1 nw44 Of twit a4 of aw44 ...... ...... 6 t 24 =0>> F Q Brown Trustee .... 627

besides fruit, for I found in the straw- and nwtt. ..... ... ... ... ...... 34 1 24 620 F Q Brown trustee .. .... 9 U | nwr44 of nw44 ..... ........ 7 9 24 40 R L Wall .... ........... 100

nwtt of nwtt and swtt of aw% ........ 36 8 24 80 F Q Brown .. .... . ewi4 of sw44 n% onw'4 of ae%, and .
.
berry bed a source of pride and pleasure aw% ot nw44 of sw44 .. ..... ... .... 1
ett of swtt ntt of rwtt and swtt of 243))I 9 24 70 Mrs n L Wan .... ........ 2 02

something to look forward to, variety nwtt . .. ... .... ....... .. .......... 36 8 24 160 F Q Brown ...... ........ 313 w% of ne4 of De%. ...... ........,. 7 9 24 20 Mrs Mary Walker ... ... 58
all....... .. ..... ... ..... .......... 3 8 25 639 Florida Finance Co .. .. I I I D% Qf ne% of nw44 of se's ..... ...... I 9 24 5 11 P Cautbf'D ... ... .... 100
and interest in my work, while n% of nett n% of nwtt and swtt of 962 i ne%, of ne% .. . .. ... ............ I t 24 40 Allen Seigler .... ...... .. 100

all the time I there nett .... .... .. .. ... ... ......... 17 8 25 199 Western R R Co .. ..... 384 y4 acre tn n% of sw44 of ne'4 and 2 _
spent was repaidme nwtt of swtt .... .......... .. ..... 19 8 25 40 Western R R Co ... ..... 100 I j acres 10 ne44 of sw'4 of nei4 .... ... I 9 24 244 J D IIlgc1n botha.rn .... 130

many times by the lightening of nwtt lees sett of nwtt .......... ..... 19 8 25 120 P A Simmons Tr .,....... 2 43 I I nw44 ot nett and ne% of nw44 ........ I I 24 80 W W Saunders .. ... ... 171
sett of nwtt wtt of sett and ntt of lO acres In nw% of lI.e% ..... .... .... I 9 24 20 Macon Construction Co.. 100

\ my cares in other directions. For wtt ... ... .. ... ................ 21 8 25 200 F Q Brown Tr .... ..... 315 e% of aw14 of nwl4 of se44 ........ .... 9 24 5 3 F Saunders .. ........ u
there not three blessed weeksin .wtt of nwtt ..... ..... ... .......... 22 8 25 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 100 l-l block 3 Grandin .. 73
were and 7 ....... ... :: :.:::::::::::: : : i: nL8.d: 'In t'a; :
s% of sett less 4 acres...... ... ...... 22swtt 825 76 Ira Carman. ............ 172 I 8S Henning & 172'
the very hardest time of the year of nwtt and B% of .w% .. .... 26 8 25 120 aU unsurveyed parts.... .... .......... 9 9 24 10 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 172
Florida
w% of swtt of nett ..... .... .... ... 26 Finance Co.. .... 243 lots 2 and 14 ... .. .... ...... ........ t t 24 n 3 11 Geiger .... .......... 243
to find them when I need take 8 25 20 J M Mmton Jr... ........ .1
87
no lot 4 .. ..... ....... ...... .. ........ 9 '
9 24 40 Unknown . . ..
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ntt of ne h . ..... ... .............. 27 825 80 Ira Gorman ... ........ ... 243 .. 100aU
thought for pies or puddings? For, nwtt of nwtt ........... 27 8 25 40 F un.urveyed parts .... ..... ...... U 9 24 5 F Q Brown Trustee ...... N
Q Brown .... .......... 100
1 of .... ..... ...
j ne'4 DW% .. ........ 12
w% of sett stt osw44 less 60 28 9 24 40 Smith & 'WhWHl .. .. 1 72w44
acres. 8 25 100 J W Tedder )... ...... .... 243
with meat and vegetables, fresh bread n% of swtt of nett and nwtt of ne%. 28 8 25 60 J M Cheaoar ... .. ..... 115 ot set. ..... .... .... .... ........ 12 9 U 40 E Smith . .. .. ...... 143
end butter and unlimited strawberriesand wtt. of DW%. and swtt of sett and e% I n44 of se44 less 17 acres ..... ....... 12 9 24 S3 Allen Ford .I 15

Of swtt . .. .... .......... .......... 29swtt 8 25 160 F Q Brown ........ ...... 267 J all unsurveyed parts 15 9 a F Q Brown trustee .. a1
cream everybody was satisfied .. .. .....- .... ........ ....... ... .31nett 825 160 E E Pinner .. ......... ... J iota 6 and 7 ... ...... ::::.: ::. ::::: :: 16 9 1 Sarah Archer ... .::: : a 54se44

and nobody cared for anything more. I of nett ..... ... ........ .......... 31 S 25 40 F Q Brown .... .......... 1$1 of ne44, .. ..... ...... .. ... ........ J7 f 240 Sarah Archer .. .. ...... 1 22
nett of nett ..... ... ...... ............ 33 85 40 Q nw%, of sw44 ...... ..., ....... ,....... 19 9 24 fI Mrs S E Wall .. ,.. ... a 15se's
i W Hail ...... .......... 87 I
Then what a relief it was to go into I a tt of nett.... .. ... ......... ............ 33 825 80 T Hllllard ... ... ... .... 243 of se44 ... .. ... ...'. ... ......... 19 8 24 40 F Q Grown trustei& .... 100e
sett of nwtt ..... ........ .......... .. 35 8 25 40 Florida % of ne' 4 and DW A of ne% .... ... .. 19 9 24 120 Ilerming Eand &. Inct Co 00e'4
Finance Co ... .
the cellar and get a can of strawberries I e% of net swtt of 'n
when for I wanted nw% of sett swtt of nwtt.. .......... 35 85 240 F all unsurveyed parts .... ..... .....:9 24"1 F Q Brown Trustee ..... 5 f7
any reason Q Brown ...... ........ 486 .
sett of De% ... .. .......... ......:. .... 36 85 40 Benj Alexander .. ... ... 172 all unsurveyed partS ... ............ 23 9 24 190 F Q Brown. Trustee .... I a
something particularly nice for tea= at nwtt of nett ...... .. .... ......... .... 36 85 40 M all unsurvyed parts ._. ... .... 27 9 :4 613 F Q Brown Trustee... ... 81
Ooleman .... ....... .. 100
I ae of sw4 ..... .... ... ...........:.. 30 9 24 4O J.farcua BeUlnburg ... .. 100w
ony time of the year. I raised enough. nwtt of ne% ...... .... ...:. .......... 1 8 26 40 J W SOcox ...... ..... ..... 143
of .. ..
% .
swtt of nett and nett of nwtt ..... 1 8 26 80 Florida nwy4 .. .............. 30 9 24 80 F Q Brown Truitee... .. 172
too most years so I had more than tre wtt of sett ............ .... .......... 8 8 26 40 Edw North Finance.... Co. .. ............ 172 143 D% of sw44 ot ne14-. .. ..... ...... .... SO 9 :4 5 Ida 11 Padgett. ........... U
w% 01 ofe'k of 88% ... .. ........ 30
24 5F ..
stt of swtt less 1 Thompson-. 58
acre to school ....
9 826 79 Oztaa Knowles .. ..... 243 % ,
could and time I able
use many a was D% of nwtt wtt of nwtt and ae% of e% of .ofse'.of..sw........ S1 24 80 F'Q Brown Tru.tee.. ..... 112

to buy a coveted book or take a paper ett .... ...... ...... ........ ........ 11 8 26 160 Florida Finance Co ...... 257 a 10 acres of n34 % n 10 .
ett o. nwtt .. .. .... 11 acres ot 5y of ae% ot IIW 4 ......... 32 9 24 20 R L Wan . ..... ..., b J 30
8 26 40 Unknown .... ... .. ... ... 100 aV4 of seyg of sw'4 .... ................. 32
or magazine by the wile of the e% of w% amt w% of e% sett of ne.4 9 24 JO W H Butler . ......wn 68wy
and of ... ... .. of swY .... .. . .... ........ Z2 t 24 SO F Q Drown Trustee ..._. t'i1nw
berries to who nett ee% .. ...... 12 8 26 400 Unknown .... ... ... .... 627
surplus neighbors %. of nwy4 a% of nw'4 s% of net4 33 9 24 200 F Holford Est .. .. ..... 456
nwtt of nett and nett of nw%, .. .... It 826 80 Unknown ... . ... ..... 143 w% ot nw44 ot swy4 and % of n :
e 44w
the fruit wtt lees w ot and
picked themselves, getting % nwtt e% less aw% of se44 .... .... ... ..... 33 9 24 40 R L Wan .. .. .. .. .-.1.30sw'4
of sett ...... .. .. ...... .......... 15 8 26 620 Florida Finance Co .. 769
it cheaper in that way.I wtt of nwtt .. ... .... ........ .. .... 15 except 20 acres and aJi of set 33 9 24 220 Smith Re Walker ..... .. 739wS
826 80 L 0 GarrettUnknown .... . .... .
143 of nw'4. of seY4. .. ..... .......... 33 9 24 20 W C Morse ... .. . 87e44
recommend the strawberry' oed to ae% of s"'tt ... .. .......... .......... 17 826 40 .... .. .. ... ... 874M JC se4'4 ot lot 4 .. .... ........... 34 9 U 5 Oeo Carroll .... .. . U

the women of the farm who do not I wtt of nw l4. seA of nwtt' swtt of nett 19 826 160 John Harvey ......... lie%, of lot 9 . .. .... ........ S4 9 24 10 Unknown ... ... .. . 13
nwtt of aw%, and sett of aw% ..... .. 20 8 26 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 1-72 all parts .
nwV of unsurveyed ............. 3S 9 24 7S F Q Brown Trustee. .. 1 'n
already one. Get the plants ofF nwtt nett of sett swtt of sett 21 8 26 120 G U Larkin .... .........200
possess swtt of nett ... ... .... ........ .... 21 1.4'4 ot nett and set: and ,eyg of swa 36 9 24 2V'F Q Brown Trustee . 697
826
40 B Gatlin ...... ... .... 172
.me neighbor if you have n.>t the e% of swig ..... .... ..... ........ ........23wtt 8G 80 J S Price ... ... .. ... 143 a% of of w% ot of sw44 ot and sw44 .... ...... 3S 9 24 IS 3 F Lynch .. :.. . 73ne'4
I of .. .. .. .... .. .. ew'4 sw4f D% of nw 4
nwtt ....... .
.
23 8 26 80 Unknown ..
money to pay, bqt if you can spare it, e% of nett ... ..... ... ...... ...... .... 25 8 26 80 Florida Finance Co ....:..... 141 of cwof ISW% . .. ........ .. Jt5 9 24 ? U Dan Jones . . .. 303n'44
14.1
ot nw%> 01 nw44 . ... ..... .. 38 9 24' 10 F D Niobofs .. . .
better S Dto the nurseryman for e% of sett ....... .... .... .. .... ..... 27 8 26 80 J S and Peter Price.... 1 43 ot of > 100
e14 sett % of
w e e% w% nettof
wtt of sett and a% of swtt ., .... 27 8 28 160 Unknown ...... ... ...... 315 #
nw'4 w% of BW%. .. ... .... 1 95 480 Unknown ... .. .
.. .
them. Describe your soil' and ask him nett, of wtt, ..... .. ....... ..... ..... 29 8 26 49 C A Brown .... ... .... .. 100 ot % at '" 79a
ne w% sett e4 of
.tt of nwtt of sett .... .. ...... .. . aw%
to make for 29swtt 8 26 10 Florida Finance Co .... 68 of .... ... ... .. .. ...
a selection you from o'd, e% nw% ... S 925 280: Unknown ... .. ... .... 486aw44
of ........ ... .
nwtt .. .... .... .
30 8 26 40 F M Hall ...... ..
.. ...... 100
of ael4 8% of 'w% ... .......... .5 9 25 10 Unknown ... ... .... .
3 43
well-tasted varieties. One bundredplant'A nett .... ..... .... ... ... ... ... ... 30. 8 26 160 A N WhlttakerJ .. ..... 315 w'4 of ne'4 e44 or nw44 of
nwtt of nwtt ....... .... ... ..... .. ... 30 8 26 40 W Hall .. .... ...... .. 243 nwy4 se'4
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and of ...
is DY.a aw 44 ... ........ 5 95 276 F Q Brown trustee ...... 4 57w'4
enough to begin with. If of ...... .... ...... ...
a tt swig ...... ...30
8 26 80
J T Minton Sr ....... ..... 243 of De% and DWSM of se>a.. .... 6 t 2S 80 Thcv. Waltme .. ... ... 2 dwY.a
4he ground is not ready for them bury .nl.i of nwtt tees 22 acres .. ..... 31 8 28 68 J T Minton Sr ........ .... 243 ot nwA and nwy4 of aw%.. ...... 6 95 10 1m Nelson .. .. .. ...... 243
e4 of sett of nett ..... .... .. .. ...31 8 26 20 H P Potter. ..., ....... 87 e% of 8e%. .. ... ... .. ... ........... 6 925 80 Florida 'ommen:1aJ Co. 172

(, the roots of the plants in moist soil e% of sett .... .... .... ...... ........ 31 826 80 H N McCrany ....w....a,,.... 243 er4 and ne% of DW%... ... ... ... ... 7 9 25 3GO Unknown ... ..... 5 37w5

until it is. It will go hard if you can- e%< of swtt.. ... .... ........ ...... .... 31 8 26 80 Florida Finance Co ...... 172 of. .. .. ... ... .. ... ... ........ 8 9 23 480;( O. A. Boddington __ .... 456
a 4 of nwtt ... ...... ...... ...
.. 31 8 26 80 Benj Alexander .... ..h.. 1 'Z2 w% of se44 and nett of set"... ... .. t t5 120 UnkD\'wn .. ... ... .. .. 243
not secure a piece of ground for them w% of swtt ....... .... ...... .......... 32 8 26 iO Q U Larkln ... .......... 172 n% of sws44 e% of DW% net of n'W% 10 .9 25 200 nnua Commercial Co..e.. 3 'Jtae

that has been and harrowed ntt of swtt of nwtt of nw%.. .... .. 32 8 26 5 H D Rogers .... ........ 58 %. a% of ne44 nw14 of De'4.. ....... 10 9 25 280 O. A. Buddlncton ._ .... 454e44
plowed ; set of se% .... ..... .............. 33 S 26 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 100 of nwy4 twit of zrvr'4 a44 of sw'4 11 I 9 25 200 Unknown ... ... ..... an
it should be six or seven rods long by e% of net swtt of net nett of nwtt e% 'Of nww% of ne'4 and sett .... 12 925 30! Florida Commercial Co.. 4 U

I w% of nwtt stt of swtt...... ......... 33 S 26 320 Florida Finance Co ...... 514 w% of nwi4 '" ........ U S 25 80 B. F. Stan ... ... ... .. 72eV ',
about as many feet wide ft part of nett of ne% ... ..... ........ .. ... 35 826 40 Florida Finance Qo ...... 87 and e% of nw 4 and a..w'4.' ... ..... 13 t 25 560 Unknown .. .... .._ ..... 139 _.

the vegetable garden if fractional part.. .. ....* ... ........ J S 27 L41 A C Richards .... ........ 44 aw%. .. .. .. ..... .... ... ...... ... 14 9 25 160 O. A. ..Buddlng'ton ... .... ;3nw44 .
possible, o a-s w% of swig .. . ... ....... ........ 4 8 27 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 172 ot mw44... ... ... ... ... ........ 14 t5 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 100e

to be near at hand. Then tak your e% of nwtt swtt of nwtt nw% of .w% S 8 27 160 Mrs W J Hardy........ 315 % of sw44 sw44 of aw44 se's and ee44

children and out In the frcaa nwtt of nwttett ... .. ...... ...... ...... 5 827 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100 of net;... .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 15 125m Unknown ... ... ._ ..... 6 f7eJJ.
go a.r of nett ntt of sett and swtt, ...... 6 8 27 320 Mrs W J Hardy... .,,... 739 of swig of nett... ... ... ... ..... IS t 25 20 L W and W F JCJbDs.... 100
and sunshine and for one hour each sett of ae%, ... .... ..... ....... 8 8 27 40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 228 a%... .. ... ... ._ ... ... ... ... .... 1' 9 25 32G Q. A. Buddlngton ... ... 4 MaJI
all. of nett nwtt of nett and Iota 12 3 t 8 27 219 Florida Finance Co .... 354 ... ... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... 11 t5 140 Unknown ... ...__. ..... 10 nal.i
day forget the kitcehn and revel In ...... .. ......... ............ ... .. 15 8 27 470 Florida Finance Co ...... 7 39 ot aw14. .... 18 9 25 80 Dennis ... .... 172e'er
the light and health and outside see( of rte% ... ........ .... ........ 16 S 27 40, Wm Melton ........ ......' 100 of n&4 sw44of ne3 e34 of se%.. J8 9 2S 200 O..A. Buddingt4ion;.,. .... 311a'
liberty nett Qf nett nwtt of nwtt swttj.., nett of wry;. .. ... ... ... ... ... ..... 18 9 25 RO Ellis 1Iinage ...,4G ..... 1 it
until you make the bed. Leave nett of swtt 8% of twit and .e% e%.. .... .... ... ... ........... 19 t5 1:0 Unknown .. ... ....... 458
less ne% of sett ....... ...... ...... 17 8 27 360 Jax St Aug & Ind River eI.i 01 nw%, and sw44 ... ... ... ..... 19 9 25 238 F. Q. Brown trustee .... 315
room for the cultivator to run each Ry Co ....... .... .... .. T42 an .. . ... ... ... ... ... ...... 24 P5 C40 O. A. Buddington., ._ S B1

side and. stretch a line so as to gd .Be" of sett .... ...... ........ ... ..... 17 I 27 40 II A Brown...... ....... 100 all... ... ... ... ... .. ... ........... 21 9 25 140 Unknown ... .8" :".... III
all.... .... .. .... ..... .... ... ......
.wtt of .... .... .... ........ 18 8 27 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100 21 9 25 S40 O. A. Buddlncton ._.. 10J
your row straight; then trim off all ett of se ne44..oi rrw% ..... .......... J8 8 27 160 Unknown .... .... ........ 315wl.ilellanwofr.w all fractlO aJ.. .... ...... ............ 23 t 25 660 Unknown ... ........ 8 81

dead broken leaves and moisten the % ....... .... ...... 19 8 27 2SO Florida Finance Co ..... 4 56 all frtuUonal.. ... ... ... ... ... ... 1:. 9 25 6IiO tTnknown ... ... ..... JO:3
or lots ... .. ...... ...... .................. m in 40 F Q Brown .... .... .... 100De" all ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... 28 9 25 m Florida Commercial Co.. It3:
roots of your plants. Make the holes of sett nw% of swtt .... ......... 20 8 r. 80 F Q Brown '" .. .. .... 1 72 all. .. .. .. ... ... ... ... .. .......... 29 9 25 1-10 Unknown .. .. ... ..... .10 ZS'e
ntt of nwtt nwtt of nett and aw% of % and .w" and ne44 of nw4 end

for them large enough so as f o spread sett .. .... ... .... ........ ...... .... 20 8 27 160 Unknown .... .... ........ 315e gwy4 of DW%... ... ... ... ... ... ... m 9 25 53- Florida Comm.rctal Co.. 9 U
them out and that the fine mellow % of settwtt .. .. ... ........ .......... n 8 n 80 Florida Finance Co .. ... 143 all. .. .. ... ... ... ... ...... ....... 31 9 25 140 Unknown '" .. ... .... 10 U
see of sw>4 .. .. .. ...... .............. n s 27 40 Mrs W J Hardy ..... .. ... 100n all. .. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ......... ::2 9 25 cu Florida'-Commercia1 Co. 1023
of .e% of nw44.. .... ... ... ... ...... ...
soil is pocked closely about each one % nwtt'rwtt of nwtt D% ot ee% 33 9 25 40 F. Q. Brown truatee .... 100
wtt of 1Ie% sett of IIW%... .... ...... 22 8 27 273 F Q Brown ...'. ... ... 642 D% of nw4g sw'4 of nw'4 w14 of 'swy4 33 925: 200 Unknown '. '". ... ..... :313
well up to the crown. Set them about ne'4 ... .. . ... ....'.... .'.. 22 8 27 160 A C Richards .... .. .... 315 w'4 of se44 se'4 of sw44 and lot 1.:4 9 25 229 Florida ComDMrclal Co.. III
inches and let the chil- ntt of swtt swtt, of'swtt ..... ........ 21 I 27 120 Florida Finance Co .. .... 243 D% of DWI.4.. .. .. ... '" ..... ....... If 925 80 F. A. Simmons truatee.. 143
eigtheen apart all fractional ... ... .. ... ... ......
nwtt of nett sett of nett e% of sett 3S 925 108 .Unknown ". .._ .... .,.._ 172
dren help. When the men are cultivating nwtt of se% ntt 0( nwtt sett bfnwtt aw44 of ne l4 seY of se'i w% of .8'4

wtt of swtt ....... .? ....... 28 8 27 400 F Q Brown .... ...... .. 799 and w'4 .. . . .. ... ... .... J 926 480 L 0 Garrett .,. ... ... .. 719a

other crops get them th run the nr\6 of nwtt .... ...... ..... ...... .... 28 I 27 40 F Q Brown .... ..... ... 100 % of ne'4 8 of nwy4 nw44 of nw'4sw4
cultivator up and down the rows anddon.t e% ot sw4: .... ...,. ...... .... ........ 28 827 to Mrs W J Hardy . ... 172 and e% of Ie44... .. ... ... .. 4. 9 2S 440 Florida Commercial Co.. 70
nwtt of sett and w% of nett ..... .... 29 8 27 1Ora W J Hardy .... ... 243 1r of ae%.. .. .. ... ...... 1 9 26 80 Eat W J hardy ... ... 10
let the weeds get a start. w% of nwtt of nwtt .... .... .......... SO a 27 20 E J ZumwtUt .... .. .... 87 nh ez "aaV % of....... '" ...... 5 9 2S 277swy4 F 0 Brown trustee .._.
sett of oett ....... .... .......... .... 30 8 21 40 Parker & Carraway . 100 of ... .. '... ... ... 7 26 40 L Garrett ... ... ... ... iit
D% of nwtt .... ...... ....... .......... 32 827 SO N J Green .... ... . .. Ion n% of se's and a'4 of ne'4.. ... .... 7 9 26 120 :Miss 8 B IIDJ ..... 3X473
I nets e% of sett swtt of nwtt w H of r.44 ot De1,6 and aeJ4 of ne'4 ... .... 1 926 10 F Q Brown trustee.. ..... 200

swtt ..... ...... ...... ...... ........ 32 8 n 358 F Q Brown ...... .,5 67 n'4 of swt4 and wy ot nw%.. .... T S 2S 160 Unknown ... ... ... _... 2.7
CAUSE OF MgXOTONY. sett of nett swtt of awtt ..... .... .... 1 9 23 M Western R R Co .. ... .. 315 se4 of ne14. ... .. ... ... ...... .. I 935 40 R 3 Barnett ..... ..: .... 243
Editor-Mr. Paragraph, I wish von nett of sett .. .. ... .... ............ 2 9 23 40 J W McRae Eat .. ..... 87 se4i4'of ae-4.. .. .. ... ... ... ...:.. I 3 2S 40 Florida Commercial Co.. .1
a% of *tt of swtt ..... .... ........ .... 2 9 23 40 F O'O:e" ..... .. . . 172 of awl{ w% of sett net of ae" .
wouldn't write so many jokes about ne 6tt acres of sett of 8W' .... ...... I t 23 6tt W J Arnold . ... ... . C8 .e14 of ew%. .. .. ... ... ... ... ... I 9 26 200 MIa 8 B JIm .. ... 2.cs
can't their bills. lot 3nwtt .. ..... ... ......... .......... J 9 23 60 E H Ryan ... .. .. 172 w% ot nel:. .. ... ... ... ... .... I 926 80 Eat W 3 Hardy. .. ...... 143 '
men who pay Theyare of sett ....... ...... .............. I 9 23 40 Western R R Co . . 14t nett 01 ne% D% ot 12w% e 4onw% .
funny enough in a way but co nett of swtt .. ..... .. ........ .... J t 23 40 Unknown .... .. ... ... 143 ne" of swig of nwY4 s% of aw" onw44 .
w 10 acres of nwtt of swtt ...... ...... J t 23 10 H C Patton ... ... ... 68 ... .. ... ... ... ... .. ... ... .. 9 9 55 J90 F Q Brown trustee .... an
many of them are a little monotonous. e% of nett of rw% ett of sett of nwY4 w1.2 of sw44 a'; of se'4... ... ... .._ t tS 160 Unknown .. ... ... ... .. 2 57

Can't you get your mind on some oth- sett of swtt .. ......,.... .... ...... 8 t 23 77 J W McRae Est ....... 414 ne44 IIw14 of of sea sett.e'4 and ot ne44 sw%.lees.. ...ne'4... .of... 9 925 10 F Q Brown ... .,.. ...... 1 n

4 acres In nwtt of sett ...... ... ..... 10 9 23 4 Joseph Turnipseed .. .... 44 ne ... .. .. .. .... .. 9 25
er subject nw I acres of nwtt of nwtt .... ...... 10 t 23 SAP Falwell ... ... ..... 44 nw44 ot se".4.:. ... ... ... 10 160 R G Cole Est ... ... 3 11
Mr. Paragraph (thoughtfully swig of rwtt ... ....... ................ 10 t 39 40 R M Price ...... ........ 100 nett and 01. nw44 w%" of swy4 11 926 40 J T Minton Sr... ... ... 81
e 14-32 of lot 5nett .... ..... ...... ...... u 923 44 T J Rodgers .... ........ 73 w44 of nw44 SI1 and n4 too of .,, ... 926 zo: F Q Brown ... ... ...... 466
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Perhaps I conld4f( I had a little, larger ....... .. ..... ...... .. .... .... 11 9 Western R R Co .... .... 3 U s'4 ot sw34..; ... .. ... .%.. .. ........ l'U 9 928 2S 160 H C Schaffer ... ..... 510
York lot 3 and n% of sett of swtt . ..... 12 2360 T J Rogers .... ...... .... 315 % set: .. ......... 14 80 Florida Finance Co .. .. 171
salary,-New Weekly. 18 acres of sett of net ..... .......... 14 n oft t 25 fO Unknown ... .. 115
9 J M Temmons ...... ...... 100 '4 se44.-... ..... .. ... 14 I 26 80 T W Belcham ... .". ... 172

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of of _; ani a H of lot 2 and w H of swtt Of lot 1 .... .... 30 10 23sett 45 JAB Mahoffy ...... 2 U shows of what
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sett... ... ... .:. ... ...-... ... ... .. IS' 9 26 160 F Q Brown trustee ...... 287sw14 of nett and nett of sett .... .... 33: 10 anett 80 Hennlng Land & Invt Co 2 67 are
of nel4 nwl4 of ae14 s' of 1rW%, 15 9 2S 160 F Q Brown ... ... ...... 26117J of nwtt and nwtt of nwtt .... .. 34 w a 80 Mrs C H Bent ... ....... 2 43 known to be tubercles. In other
D% of nett.. ... ... ... ... ... ..... H 926 80 Unknown ... ... ... ..... lollS n% of swtt. ...... .... .... ...... ...... 35 10 aeH 80 Henning Land & Inrt Co 2 43 .
e% of swtt n% of nwttnwtt ... ... ... ... n 926 160 Eat R G Cole ... ... .... 261 of sett ... .... ...... .... ........ 35 10 23swtt 80 L 0 Garrett .. .. .... .... 384 words, every root of alfalfa is afflicted
of swtt. .... ... ... ... ... ... 16 9 26 40 J H Howard ... ... ... .. ot nett .. ....... ...... .. ...... 38 10 asett 4OJ W Fry Est .... ........ 100 with tuberculosis. Inhabiting these
sH of ne%.... ... ... ... ... .. ... 17 9 24 80 Et W J Hardy ... ... 143 of nwtt and nwtt of swtt .... .. 36 10 23 WES Brown ...... ...... 1 72
of sett, of sett... ... ... ... ...... 17 9 2e 20 William Johnson ... .... 18 nett .. ....... .... .. ... ..... .......... 1 10 24 160 Florida Commercial Co.. 3 IS tubercle are myriads of bacteria. It
nit of oett of nett nwtt of nett ... ,17nwtt 9 M,, .60, .Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 nwtt of sett of sett. .. 1 10 24 10 C Shlnn ...... .... ........ 68 is
of nett nH of nwtt ails of swtt 11 Z4 260 Florida Commercial Co.. au nH of nwtt. of se% eH onetoey, a general belief that bacteria are

t tots 1234 and t... ... ... ... .. .. ;, IS 257 Fla Southern R R ... 384 of swtt sH of nwtt of sett ......... 2 10 24 43:; H K Newbert ... ........ 230 harmfu to the human race. Some
cH of sett and lot 1... ... ... ... .... 90 9 2& 667 Florida Coxnmei,tal Co.. 10liW central 4H acres of w% of nwtt of
%, of nwtt 1% of nwtt and ...%,.. 21 9 2S ISO F Q Brown... ... ... ..... 4Uft swtt .. ... .. .. .. .... .... ........ 2 10 24 4H M Adger ... ... ... ..... 130 kinds are; but science Is authority for
nett of nett... ..... 21 9 JS 40 F Q Brown trustee central 5 acres on e aide of nwtt of
a% and eH of nwtt,tad nwtt} of nett 23 9 2& 440 Florida Commercial Co.. 661 wtt .. .. ..... .. .. .. ............. 2 '10 24 5 Jesse Adger ... ... ....... 130 the statement that bacteria are not

n% of nwtt... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 23 9 ZC 80 F Q Brown ... ... ... ... 143 stt of swtt of sett of nwtt ............ 2 10 24 5 FALUdefleld! .... ........ 100 always dangerous. Professor O. L.
a% of nw%.. ... ... ... ... ... ...... n 9 2S 80 Unknown ... .. ... ..... 1 Q eHof nett of sett .... .... ............ 2 10 24 20 James Nason ...... .... .. 37
lot ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...,.. geH 9 2C 60 L 0 Garrett .... .. .. ... 100 In se corner of swtt of sett In ne corner Clothier of the Stave Agricultural College
w%. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. ..* .....' 9 26 317 Fla Southern Ry CI)..... .51 of swtt of sett and in nw cor- In Kansas In the
less e H of **:.. ... :.. ... .... 926 240 C O Chase ... ... ... .. 4M ner of sett of sett.. .. .... .. 2 10'4 20 W R Crome .... .......... t 32 says discussIng
ofae4.. ...... 27 1 28 80 F A Simmons trustee... 173 wH of sett of nett of sw3 .... .... t 10 24 5 Allen Fort .... .......... 100 bacteria on alfalfa and similar plants:
eH and eH of nwtt and e% of swtt 28 9 2C.n Florida Commercial Co. 7 n nett of nwtt of nett .... ......... .... '2 10 24 10 S A Sawyer ...... ........ 100 "
wH of swtt of nwtt... ... ... ... ... S3sett 9 ZS 10 W N Wood... ... ... .... 143 nett of swtt nwtt:of swtt sett .w%. of (any species are very beneficial to
of sett of nwtt.... ... ... ... ... 32 9 2S 10 Geo Jones ... ... ..... n swtt ae% of DW% and swtt of nwtt S 10 24 360 FC&PRyJo. ........... 613 the world. 'Among them are the bac-
swtt of swtt... ... ... ... ... ... ... 35nwtt f IS 40 F Q Brown trustee ..... n block 39 Marnlers Lake Sections 3
.. ... .. ... ...... ... ...... 35 9 26 160 C O Chase ... ... ...... J 43 and 10 . ..... ... .. ...... .......... 10 24 10 C P Blckford ... ... .... 117 teria inhabiting the tubercles on the
nwtt of swtt..... ... ..... K! 9 26 40 L 0 Garrett .. .. JI1 eH of lots 8 and 9 Marnlers, Lake "
lots 13 14 11 and 13 Ssnble............ 37 926 Mrs J W Coddlngton .. .. 171' sections 3 and 10 .... .... ..... .... .. 10 24 8 Hiram Stetson ... ... ... 117 roots of leguminous plants.
lot 22: Bauble ..... ............ ........ 3T za Mrs J W Ooddington .... 58 a% of block a Marnlers Lake sections I remember that one of the assistants
lot 25 Bauble ... ... ... ... ... ...... 37 9 za Allen Kurtz ... ... .. M 3 and 10 ..... .. .. .... ........ 10 24 10 G E Anderson .. .... ... 273
part of Entralgo grant, book J p 147 37 9 26 20 D Hay .. ... ... ...... 17J all ..... .... ...... .... .... ..... ...... 7 10 24 640 Smith & Walker .. .. .. U 64 in this department of that college \
part Entralgo grant book 2p 143.. 37 926 1 A R Pltner ... ... ..... 100 n% of nett of nett of sett ... ........ 8 10 24 5 Mrs M Chase .... .:.. .. 44 held to me with show
part Entralgo grant ... ... ... ...... 37 9 26 10 E S Bauble .. ... 2 43 sH of nett of nett of sett ... ........ 8 10 24 5 M A Armstrong .......... 44 up a great
part Entralgo grant .. ... ... ..... 17 9 28 100 F A Simmons trustee .. 17 ntt of w% of nwtt.of, sett .... ........ 8 10 24 15 W Mcdellan .... ......._ 143 of pride a culture of some sort show
r part tot 1 book P p 353... ... ... ..... t n 10 W A Bosworth .. ...... .. l'O wH of nwi; of ne% of nett and .%
part lot 2... ... ... ... ... ... ....... 1 9 n 2 James Wilkerson :1 of sett of nett less 2H acres on n ing what he said was a marvelous
Oovt lots 3 7 8... ... ... ... ........... 2 n 120 W A Rawls ... ... ....... 241 side .... .... ...... ....... .......... 8 10 24 22% R L Wall 1 45. growth of bacteria in tubercles. He
part lot 9. .. ... ... ... ... ... ........ 9 / Z1 35 M, B Vance ... ... ....... 1 ron in wH of nett of sett of nett book 30
% of tie%. rK of eett 11% of nwttsett pm...... ....... .. .... ............ 8 10 24 Itt Geo P Preston ... ... ... 88 was absolutely fond of those tuber-
of nw%... .. ... ... ... ....... 4 9 n 240 F Q Brown trustee ...... 4M nwtt of nwtt wtt of swtt nett of
s %, of nett and swtt of nwtt' ... ..... 4 9 27 80 F Q Brown ... ... ..... 173 swtt ... ..... ........... .. .... 9 10 24 120 F Holford 345 cles. My thought was one of great
w% ot nwtt and nett of swtt ........ 6 n 119 F Q Brown trustee ...... 200 sett of aw34 ... .... .................... 9 10 24 40 F Q Brown .... 200 surprise until he informed me that
\ &4, of nett ett nwtt of swtt... ... ... I 827 279 F Q Brown ... ... ..... 466 nett of sett of nett. ., ... ...... ........ 9 10 24 10 J E McDougall 1 72
eH of nett .W% of nett and nett of swtt of sett of sett .... ..... .......... 9 10.. 10 Dr G N Snow 143 one of the best things for the rehabilitation -
..tt... .. . .. ... ... ...... 8 9 27 159 F Q Brown trustee ...... 287
of of of and of
nH sH nwtt sett sH of exhausted soils was to
In nw cor of a'4 of aw% and all wof n% of nwtt of sett.nett .-. ... ........ .... 9 10 24 20 Ralph Watson 1 45
' J T & K W Ry in n% of swtt 6 927 23 RUey & Wiley Metton.... 345 less nett of sett of nett and ntt grow some sort of plants on whose

nw44..f... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... 8 9 n 160 Pat O'Brien ... ... ...... 267 of nwtt of sett sH of swtt of sett tubercles such those would
nH of swtt nwtt of sett 7 9 n 160 Wade Hampton ... ... 315 and nWtt of sett of sett .. ..........-T 9 10 24 190 Joseph Ware .... ...... .. 657 root as
nett of nwtt of ne%.... ... ...... ...... 7 9 n 10 M Martin .. ... ... ..... 143 nwtt of sett of sett .... .... .......... 10 10 24 10 F Holford Est .... ...... 100 thrive.
n% of nwtt of nw%. of De%... ... ... 7 f n 6 A Larson ... ... ..4 ..... 68 lots 11 and 12 block 1 lots 9 and 10
sHof nett of swtt... .. 8nett 20 Henry Strung ... ... .... 87 block 2 lots 13 14 block 4 lots 15 16 \ Alfalfa is one of these plants. Its
of ne% **tt of sett... ... ........ 8nwtt f i7 80 F Q Brown trust)* ... .. 2 IS5 block 6 lots 17 18 19 20 block 6 lots 27 roots have double
of nett.. ... ... ... ..... ...... Inett 927 40 F Q Brown ... ... ...... 87 a block 7 or In sett of swtt ... .. 10 10 24 15 Thoa Leamy ... ... ..... 406 long a part to play
less sett of nett nett of nwUnwtt lots 1 and 2 block 1 Iota 3 4 block 2 in this renovation of nature. The
of swtt wtt of nwtt. and nH all block 3 lot a 24 block 4 lots 21 .
of sett less 23 a .. ... ... ... ...... 9nwtt 927 320 F Q Brown trustee ...... S 18 a block 5 lots 25 26 block 7 an In millions upon millions of bacteria
of nwtt ett of pwtt and sH of sett of swtt. .. ... '" ... ...... .10 10 24 15 John Prescott .... .... .. 4 05) draw of
.w/ ... ... ." ." ." ... ... ... .. 8 8 f7 160 F Q Brown trustee .... .. e% of nett ... .... ....... ............ 11 1Q 24 80 W B Smith .... .......... 2 57 large quantities nitrogen
all of ne14... ... ... ... ... ........; 3 9 n 40 O B Joiner ... ... ... .... 287CT; nwtt of nett .. ....... ..... 11 10 24 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 8? from the air and store it up in the
part lot 8 and lot 4 and sH of ne%... 10 9 n 141 W A Rawls ... ... ....... 243 nH of nwtt swtt of nwtt nH of swtt. tubercles' for when the

lot 1... ... ... ... ... .. ............... 11 927 35 M B Vance ... ... ..... 173 of swtt .... .... ... ...... ....... 11 10 24 140 F Holford Est ... ... ... 6 27 use 4 plant
lot I... ... ... .. ... ... ..... ......... n 65 SC Haywood ... ... .... 172 nwtt of swtt less 10 acres .... ........ 11 10 24 30 G F Holford ... ........ 172 needs It. Scientific experiment has
S acm of nH of eH of nett book 30 n% of .V4 of .w14 of aw* .... ...... 11 10 24 15 E W Bushnell .... ........ 100

p 118 .. ... .. ... .... ...... .......... 13ett 9 Z1 S8W Johnson ..... 130 nH of sett of .w% nwtt of swtt of shown this to be absolutely trr.e.
of nett.. ... ... ... ... ........... IS n 40 S Dawson ... '"... '"... .... 100 sett .. .... .. .. .......... .......... 11 10 24 30 W L Tales ... ... ....... 273 Then the roots go on an excursion for
part w % of nett... ... ... .. ......._ 13 s n 66 Randall Trottman ... .. 143 i .% of nett swtt of sett and s 6-10 o(
Ity acre In eH of lot 10... ... ... ... 16 9 n 1 IH N C Crews .. ... ... .. 44 nwtt of sett of sett .... .... ....... 11 10 24 11 Ida Pelkering .. .... .... 1 73 certain chemicals on their own hook.
wH of lot 10... ... ... ... .. ......... lit 927 11 W E Kimball ... ... ..... 173 e% of sett of swtt of sett .... ........ 11 10 24 5 S W Brown ...... ........ 100 down
tot 1... ... ... .. ... ... ...... ...... 17 9 n 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 wtt of swtt of sett ot sett ... ...... 11 10 24 5 Wm Coverdale. ... ....... 243e They go ten, fifteen or twenty
lot 6..... ..... ... ... ... .. .... .... 17 9 Z1 40 Mrs A Roper ... ... ..... 466 % of w% of nett of nwtt and w% of feet, and bring up the potash and
nwtt of sett and sett of A%... .... 24 9 n 80 G A Old.\.. ... ......... 243 sett of nwtt of nett and n% of nett
lot 3 w of 8t Johns river ... ........ 31 9 n 70 Mrs J W Coddmgton. ... 143 of nwtt of ne less 2 acres and e% phosphoric acid that are needed for
tot 8.. .. ... ... ... ... .... .. 36 9 n 80 F A Salisbury .. .. .... 1 73 of nH of .w% of nett and e% oxswtt
lot 9 10... ... ... .. ... ..:.. ...:..; M n 163 James Morton ... ... ... 115 of set of nwtt .... ............ 12 10 24 38 Samuel Ryan ... ... ..... 4 35 such a plant and its tubercles.
part Coclfaclo grant book 14 p 416... 37 n.% Geo Wilkerson ... ... .. 172 nwtt of nwtt w% of nett of nwtt .... 12 10 24 70 Dave Sessions .... ........ 243 Now, when these roots decay or are
, part Oocifacto grant from Hubbard 37 9 n % A Jackson Jr... ... .. ... S7 D% of sett of nettsett ..... ...... ........ 13 10 24 20 J M M Ersklne .... ...... 87
part Coc1fet book J p :n.. S7 t n 16 A B Palmer .. ... .. .... 1164 of sett .. ... ......... 13 10 24 40 F Holford Eat .... .... .. 100 plowed underground they not only release -
part Coelfacio grant book P p 603.. 37 8 n 78 A B Hart ... ... ... ... 2298 sw 2 acres of wVJ of nwtt of nwtt .. 14 10 24 2 J S Freeman ...... ...... 2 43 the great quantities of chemicals
part Coclfaclo grant ... ... .. .. *j t n '100 Eet R G Mays ... ... ... 11 64 swtt of swtt .... .. .. ....... ........... 14 10 24 40 F HoJford Eat .... ........ 1 72
part Coclfacto grant . .. ...... 37 n C E TeJvington ... ... ... 739 swtt of nett of swtt ... .. .. ....... ... 14 10 24 10 Mrs A B GUstrop ........ 1 72 that have been stored up, but
part. Gown grant .. .. ..... ... 40 927 25 7-10 Bartlett A Flflsld .. .... 1164 a% of nwtt of new of .w% .... ....... 14 10 24 588 DeVald .......... 172
". Gv.v i grant . .. ... .. 40 9 n 65 Mrs S E Wall.. ... ..... 3 IS sett of block 4 Manvnie .... ........ 14 10 24 8 E Wall Este..... ......... 100 they leave millions upon millions of
pert C'.O''U@T&nt' .. .. .. .. ,40 9 n 4 Noah Davis. ... ... ... .. 100 wH of block 5 ManvUle .... .... ...... 14 10 24 Mrs M King .... ........ 100 little openings in he earth into
part John Huertis grant ._ 48 9 27 88 F. A Simmons trustee.... 172 lot in se corner Mock 8 Manvflle.... 14 10 24 C Shlnn .. .. ...... ........ 172
part John nerrarnt book..R. p wH of nwtt of swtt of nett .. ........ 15 10 24 5 Smith and Chadburn .. .. 1 73 which fresh air and moisture find
355 . ... .. .4" 27 24 W H Berry .. .. .. 130 s% of sett of sw%. ... .. ... .......... 15 10 24 20 E 8 Brown .... .......... 1023 their way, and thus fertility of soil
part John Hnertis grant book J p 35" 27 12 Gw Miller, .. ... ... .. 100 n% of swtt of swtt and w% of nwtt
part John Huertis grant book 10 p258 48 9 27 2 J H Dickerson ... ...... 100 of sett of swtt .. ...... ........ .... 18 10 24 25 Joseph Wars ... .. ..... 1053 is renewed. In other words, the land
part John Huertis grant book P p 6 acre in nwtt of nwtt of swtt and 8
414 .... ... 43 927 1 8 Watson. .. ... ... .. 103 acres in nwtt of ne% of nwtt of renews its youth and vigor by means
part John Iiuertli great book P p swtt and D% of n% of swtt ........ 1< 10 24 34 D Young Est .. .......... S16 of a plant which drags down into its
142 .. ... .. ......" 4 9 27 2 John Morton .. ... ... 117 a% of IIe% of swtt nH of se% of swttH
part Jahn Huertis grant ... ... ...... 48 927 2 Robt Roy ... ...... 68 a of nett of wH D% of nett of swtt roots-certain chemicals from the air,
part John Huertis grant book 3 p 37 48 9 27 9\ H W Willtami ... .... .. 172 and that part of sett n of Fla So _
part John Huertia grant ... ... .... 48 3 27 2 Emma Thompson 68 Ry s of Young st ..... .... ........ 16 10 24 85 D & R Young 38 and pulls up into Its roots certain

part John Huertis grant .. .. .... 48 9 27 4 R B McLaughlin ... .... 243 s% of se% .. ...... .. ................ 17 10 24 80 Joseph Ware 384 other chemicals from the deep soil

part John HuertU -ra.u .. <8 27 10 Mrs A '..opes. .. .. .. 243 lot 2 Patterson subdivision ..........i 17 10 24 10 J F O'Brien 100 that could not be reached in other
part John Huertis grant book X n DW% f nett of DW% e% of swtt of any

m'J"b.. .' .. .. .. .... .. ; 43 27 8 Esther Pan .. .. .... 34* nwtt of sett and nwtt of netf of It has been said that alfalfa lives
John Huertis grant boak 9 p 1M 48 27 1350 Sarah P DerOT... ... .. 2167 M% .. .... .. ........ ................ 17 10 24 110 Elmer E Sommers 657 way.
part Huertis grant t'f""tt IS p n% of sett of swtt of nwtt .......... 18 10 24 5 T N Batterby 58 more on the air than on the soil. It
306... ... . .' ". fI 9 27 8 8 W Williams ... ... ... 100 eH of sett of swtt ...... ... ........ 18 10 24 20 J O Miller 87 shadow of
Tart John Huertis grant ... ... 4! n 8H Thos Bowing.. .. .. I'.l w% of sett of swtt .... .. .-......... 13 10 24 20 H W Vanklrk 87 has been proved beyond
'J&rt John Huertis grant book o"p swtt of swtt ... ., -.. ...... .......... 19 10 24 40 Unknown 1 00 doubt that alfalfa does renew the
354.J. ... '" .. .. .. ... ... .... ft 9 27 11 Rachiel Patte.-wn .... 73 sett of nett .. ....... ...... .......... 21 If 24 40 F Holford Est 1 72
part' John 0" HttertU Hnertis grant book \ II L'5" 9 27 6H Alice Norton. .. .. 73 part DW% nw of R R .... .._. ...... 21 10 24 100 Brown & Dennis 5 97 youth of the soiL Phenominal yieldsof
grant book; 12 p w} of sett of nwtt and soY of swtt wheat and other cereals have followed -
part MO. .John. tb... .ii. grant'X ...... .. u 27 5% Carotin Hawkins ..... 87sH of nw% ... .... ..................... 21 10 24 34 G S E Calllard 3 45
': .... 49 nt :Mary Wagner $: e% Of swtt of nwtt of sett ........... 21 10 24 5 8 B Suarts l M the plowing under of fields of
rt John Hu'rils grunt .. ... ..... G 9 27 V J White and J F; Roo- nett of nwtt .f nett and swtt of nwtts .

' arts .. .... ... .\ .... .. 130 of railroad ...... .... .... ........ 21 10 24 30 Unknown .... ?. 2 C 02 alfalfa and these yields' have continued
I art John Huertis grant nook D p nett of nwtt ... ... ...... .......... asett 10 24 40 D C Palmer 1023 after '
306. s. .'. ... ... .. .. .. ... 49 9 27 3500 Sarah P Darby ... ...... 4313 of nw% ... .. .......... .......... a 10 24 40 J M M Ersklne 172 year year.
pert % of a..1,4 . 10 a 10 A J RoblnonM .. ... .... !8 Iota 11 14 block 1 Blim Park lot 24
of swtt less 25 .xcros .. .... .. 1 10 a 45 A Watson.. .. ...... 143 bloclc 2 Ellm Park .... .......... .. a 10 24 H P Ware 88
part s% of 1I1'f' %... .. .. .... I 10 a 15 Unknown ... ... ... ... 1 POe D% of e% of swtt of nwtt.. .... .... a'n 10 24 15 Robt Long 315 Eggs from Australia,
18 acres of nwtt of re'{... ... ...... I 10 a 18 Henry Jahr .. .. .. ..... 13' .' 3-5 of nH of nwtt of swtt of nwtt 22 10 24 3 Robt Long 44 The of London 'thus speaks

nH of ntt of sett lit ne4 ... ...... I 10 a 10 Lott Allen Sr. .... ...... 68 w% of nwtt of swtt .... ... .. ...... aswtt 10 24 20 Ralph Watson .. .. .... 315 Diary
..H of se& and swtt of s H Z 10 a 120 E W Agnew .. ...... 243 of swtt and e'44 of.sett of swtt .. anwtt 10 24 60 Mrs E L Brown.... ...... 8 81 of importing eggs: lot many years

e H of nwtt less 1 acre to 8ohofl&d.. Z 10 a 79 Paul CaIlington... ...... 172 of sett .. ... ... .... ........ a 10 24 40 S E Wall Est J U.
2f.i acres of nett of nett.. ... ... ..... J 10 a 25 H W Walker ... ... .... 140 25 of % of ago the possibility of shipping eggs
nwtt nwtt
lot %0.. ... .. .... ..... ...... ........ 4 w 23 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 w acres sett of of aDd nett of e. &.. 8 10 24 185 F Holford frotn Australia with likelihood of
r tots 17 and 19,... ... ... ... ......... 4 10 a !99 F Q Brown ... ... ....... 243 6 wtt acres on n side ne 44 of swtt of swtt e.... aswtt 10 24 6 E O Merrtura Est.. 4 88 58 any

lot 15 less S acres and 8 acres a end of .... .. .... ....... ..... .. 25 10 24 40 A their reaching this country except ina
lot 10... ...... .. ... ... ............ 6 10 23 40 Ferney White ... .. .. .. 1 73 nwtt .. .. W Dyes 73 t
of ... ... ... .. .......... 2S
D% sett 10 24 80 Henning Land &Invt Co 1 i2nw'4 condition would have
lots 4 Tit 16 and 17.. .. .... ........ 7 10 asH 280 :Mrs M A Blake ... ... 243 decomposed ,
.. ..... .......... ......
of lot 19... ... ... ... ............... 7 10 23 :20 Mrs. Amantha Riles ..... 173 of nwtt 26 10 24 40 J E Bowden 1O5 been ridiculed of
.Vof nett.. ... ... ...... ...... 11 10 anwtt 80 Green Sills .n ... ..,. ... 2 U nwtt of nwtt of nett and 3 acres of It as utterly unworthy
of nett ... ... ... ... ... ........ 11 10 anett 40 F Q Brown ... .. ... .. 100 nwtt of nwtt of of nett 2H acres and on n consideration. Today the thing is not
of ne%.... ... .. ... ... ...... 11 10 aw 40 F Q Brown ... ... ... .. 100 aide of swtt nwtt of nett sH J
'" of sett of .wH ...... ... ............ 27 10 24 3SH Lott Allen Sr ... ... .....
"A of settW',, ... ... ... ... ...... 19 10 asH 80 Alfred Walker .. .. .... 243 474 only being accomplished, but the eggs
'. of ntt" ot: of ... .... ... .. 87 26> acres of nett of ne% ne of Own
.... 13 10 Lott Allen Sr. .
.fI; nwtt nett 10 a Creek .. .. .. .... ... ......... .... 27 10 21 26 J E arrive in such first-class conditionthat
Bowden .. ..... 143
... .. 0
eHof eH... ; ... ..... ..... 13 10 apart 80 Walker' A Smith .. ... 172
? s% 11e4 of sett .. ..... ......... ... .... 27 10 24 20 Lewis Strickland .... .... 1 72 laid. This
.. .. has
of (book' 29 p 616) ... ....... 12 10 a SWH Pelbam .. .... 100 they pass as new
w% of nwtt of nwtt... ... ........... 12 10 asH 30 8 J Grisby.. ... ....... 243 I eel( of sett ... ..... .............. .... 27 10 24 40 F Holford Est .. ........ J 00
eH of net of DW%... ... ... ... 12 10 asett 5 D Mathews ... ... ....... 68 e% of w% of nwtt of nett..... ...... 28 10 24 10 Ira Garman .. ...... .... 315 been rendered possible by the universal
of se'..-* ... '.. ........... 14 10 aeH 40 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 100 a% of swtt of se 44 of nett .... ...... 28 10.. 'E Prtce .... .... ........ 58 employment of refrigerating
of rw. oflswtt and se,' of nwtt I sH of swtt of .W% of nwtt .... ..... 28 10 24 5 Peter Reeves .... .. ...... 1 72
of swtt.' .. .&... .. ... ... .. ....... 17 10 a 30 0 H Parker ... ... ...... ISO .e% of nw% less 24 acres .... ...... 28 10 24 3'7% H A Rodgers .... .._.... 172 apparatus on ship-board. The eggs
eH of swttOwH of e" and sett of wtt oT swtt of swtt ....... ............ 28 10 24 10 W H Dubell ...... ........ 100
still forwarded
sett .....iW- ... .. ... ... ... ...... 17 10 23 160 D E Cooper .. .... ...... 414 nH .... .. ....... ...... ............ 29 10 24 320 W B Smith .... .... .... U 64 while. perfectly fresh are -
I acres w end of lot 8... ... ... ...... 18 10 23 3 J F Cox.. ... .. ......... 100w eH of nett of sett ...... ...... ........ *, 10 24 20 W H Lattln .... ...... .".. 1 43 by the Australian poultry-
% of nett :;"of net and lot 2 leas *>& 7 acres in swtt of nett, of sett 29 10 24 7 Unknown .. .. .... ........ 73
of e%. ..*. ; ... ... ... ... ... ....... 2T) 10 a 64 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 3C2 4 acres in se corner of swtt of neg.. 30 10 24 4 J A Hutchlnson .... ...... 44 keepers to the cold store, and are

eHof nwtt 'of ..."... ... ... ... .. 30nett 10 a 20 John Green ... ... ...... 115 nH of eel( of sett of swtt .... ....... 30 10 24 1 A Collins .... ...... ... ... 44. shipped to England at the time when
of swtt.. ... ... ... ..... ...... 20sett 10 a 40 Robt Holmes ... ... .... 171 2 acres In ne corner of sett of swtt of
of lot 2 ... 20 10 a 26 Sainl Thompeon..173 swtt .... ...... .................. 30 10 24 2 0 McGregor ...... ........ 44 eggs are scarce and consequently at
tot 4... .. .. :. ... ... ......... ..... tl 10 a 40 D E Cooper .. .. .. .... 172 swtt of awl ..... Y" .......... ...... 31 10 24 40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 100 their dearest.
lot S. 21 10 a 40 Robt Holmes. ... ..... 243 swtt of nwtt ...... .... .... ............ nnwtt 10 24 40 J W puky '.. ... ........ J 72

tot 10.. . ... ... ... ... ... ....... Mnwtt 10 a 20 Geo R-hoadman ... ... ... 171 of .w% .... ..... .... ............ 31 10 24 40 Rich 'd Kirby... ...... 100 Many thousands of do/ens packed
of nett... ... .. .... ..... ....... nnett 10 a 40 D E Cooper. ... ....... 100 nevi of lIe% ....... .... ...... .......... 31 10 24 40 D M Kirby..... ........ 100 in boxes with
of rH less 8 acres........ ...... asH 10 a 33 Rachel Brttt ... ... ..... 143 a% of nwtt ....... ........ ...... ...... 32 10 24 80 F Q Brown ...... ........ 267 cardboard divisions fill
of aett of nett nwtt of sett of .% of nett D% of .e% nett of .w" ed up with dry pea husks, are now
M%... .. .. ... ...at. ... ... ...... 22 10 23 30 Nancy Jenkins Est.. .. :202ne14 swtt of sett ..... ...... .... .......... 32 10 24 240 F A Hill .. .... .......... 471
of ae% of nett.. ... ... ........ 22 10 22 10. Robt Jenkins ... ... .... 100 I D% of .w%.....,...... .. .. ..... ...... 33 10 24 80 F A Ht11..1 72 forwarded to this country from November
eH a tt of nw% of .w, .. .... anwtt 10 a 110 D E Cooper ... ... ..... 273 a% of sett .... ..... .... ................ 34wH 10 24 80 FA Hill .... .. ....... .... 173
of nett, ... ...... ... ... ....... S 10 a 40 Sallie Fuller: ... ... ...... 173 of nett and D% of sett .. ..... ..... 35 10 24 160 F Holford Eat... ........ 484 a recent consignment the local
in aw cor of swtt of swtt' ... ... ... .. anH 10 a 5 Robt Johnson ... ... ..... 68 wH of nwtt... .,. ... ... ... ......... 36 10 24 80 B F Sanburn 151 the
of swtt of nett and nett of swtt a 10 a 60 Unknown .. .... ... .... > %Slot D% of nH ..... .. .... .. ...... .......... 1 10 25 188 Florida Commercial Co... 315 price pf eggs at the time of ship

17 Avery survey ... ... .. 24 10 a 10 C Rod en ... ... ...... 87 i swtt of swtt ....... ........ ............ 1 10 2S 40 Earle Comstock ...... .. 87 ping was flvepence-halfpenny per
llot 32 Avery survey ... .:. .......... 34 10 ai 10 W H Scott. ... ... ...... 172 D% of sett .... ... ........ ...... .... 11035 80 Warren T Buchanon.. .. 172 dozen
48 Avery survey ... .. ... ...... 24 a 10 H F Davis ... ... ... ... 100 n part tot 1 and lot 2 sH lot 3 and 4 the freight ana packing cost
lot 4S Avery survey ... ...... ........ 24 10 a 10 E F.O"e." ... ...... ..... 100 and .w%. ..... ...... ...... .......... 2 10 2S 367 Florida Commercial Co.. S 84 about three pence dozen, and they re-
tot 26 Avery survey ... ... ... ..... 24 10 a 10 Mrs M Prescott .. ... ... 100 n part tot a. ... ..... ...... .......... 3s 10 Z5 SO M M Morgan, .... ........ 100
7 acres In nwtt of Del,t of sett- ...... S 10 a 7 Unknown ... ... ... .... 100 I i part lot 1 nH lot 4 and sett.., .... 2 10S 240 Unknown .... .. .......... 4 se dozen retail on arrival at this side oT
14 of nr': of nw" 'Of sN. ana aw i4 all ... .. .. ... .... .. .............. 2 10 2S 691 Florida Commercial Co.. 9 6! ilized one shilling and sixpence
of -614 of self. .. '". .. ...... ....... 29 10 a 15 MrsS A Brown. ... ... 173 *Y of nett .... .... ........ ........ 4 10 2S 80 Unknown ....... 172 per
nw14 of De" of and nett of nett of nett .........1. ........ ft 10 25 10 Florida Commercial Co.. 58 the world. ,.
DW'4 of
of ne14 sw14 of I1eJ4{ of ne n4% ...De".. ... Ss 10 11 40 F A Garrison ... ... ..... 486nel4.of w% of wH and sett of swtt .... ..... 7 10 25 200 Florida Commercial Co.. 315 .
1111'% and e% of .wH of nwtt 26 10 aswtt 10 Florida Commercial Co.. 2 ro I I I swtt of nwii nwtt of awl e% of se 4 8 10 ZS 160 W H Mann ... y..... 597
nwl( of of nwtt awl of nwtt of nevi of seU of awl eH of eel of seU The cotton bpstness ts now in a

nw14 ". ..... .... ....,. .... ...... 103 20 Cooper & Hecox ... ...... 130 of ...14 wH of .." of sett .% of etf
of awl of sett ...... .. ...... ...... S 10 25 65 Lott Allen .... ..... ...... 2 03 state of readjustment and there must
.w14 Clf .wi4 of awl( and _% of nwi4 26 10 a 60 8 A Collins .... ........ .. 172 I
a.e" of .. . .... .. .. ... ...... 26 10 a 40 J T Prince .. .... ......... SIS .H of eH of nwtt and D% of n.tt of be t more or 'ess suffering for a tIme.
awl4 ..... .... .... ...... ..... 27 10 a 40 A Collins .... .... ....... 100 aw% .. .....".... .....*... .g 10 25 40 Unknown: .. ... ... ..... 130 The conditions but
cfrei o. .of s of lIe% and aw1,4, ... .. ......... 9 10 25 240 W H Mann ...... ........ 384 changed are a ep-
nwtt
.... ...... ... .... .ooacre .. .. 27 10 a 3 Cain Armstrong .... .. .. 68S3 e% and e% of W% andnwttof nwtt .. 10 10 25 620' Florida Commercial Co.. 810 etitlon of similar situations In the
1 i..sadofof nwtt" .' 27 10 23 1 L Wilson .... .... ........ I w of swtt and .W% of nwtt 10 10 25 120 W H Mann ...... ........ 200w
DW" of "% sad w lltt acres of ne1 fof.N4. .. of w% and sett of .." 11 10 25 200 Florida Commercial Co.. 3 84 past. But the tariff has nothing to do

'". ... ... ... ......... r 10 a Q% Dr M W Barnhart .. .. 739 wtf of e H and net of nett 11 10 25 200 Earie Comstock ..*. .... 3 84 with it. The Dingley .tariff, to the
blocks 2C n 28 and 1.5 of 2S ceelt1n, e% of nwtt sett of swtt sett of nett .

.ectlon 28 and 2J ...... ...:-.- .. .... 10 23 D E Cooper .... .......... 268 and nett of sett ...... .... ...... 11 10 25 200 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 414 contrary, has given hope and impetusto
..'4 of nwtt nett of swtt ......,j 32 10 25 80 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 43
block 11 feYe-e1dn aectloas 2S and 29 10 a W 8 Sender. .. .... .._.. 100 : the mill owners In the south.-Wil-
block to McMeekln sectlns.2S and 29 10 28 Thos Haler ...... ........ 87
4514 of lot lien 7 acres to Rosser ..... 30 10 S 9 O Davis .... ........ ...... 100 Continued'on'next page. mington (DeL) News.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY JUNE 3

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WONDERS-OF SCIENCE. OUR COUNTY EDITORS PUTNAM JIALL. Tobacco


wVV', "v,;, ,, _.//vV'/'- Mr. Editor: The wnter spent the

Lung Troubles and ConsumptionCan RIDGE WOOD. closing days of last week in the commu- r

bo Cured. Tb AftrooMBy of Lite. nity of Putnam Hall. The old-fashioned will cure well, have a bright,

When an astronomer d %y hospitality extended by the citizens of
KIDGEWOOD:: Fla., May 30. foretells the exact rich color ana 2a\or. with.good M-

a )tmiaent Re* Wk C'.emlst aid Scientist Uakt }Ir. and Mrs. C.E.Long, from Dallas, minute at which + this section to the stranger who may ,
a Fret Offer t. Oar Readers. two planets will cross At., peach wander inside their gates has favorably burning properties, if liberally '.;
Texas have arrived and will spend the other, we know
TA. Blocum, demonstrated his discovery summer months with their parents.Mr. there is no magic t Impressed me with that portion of our supplied \vih a K.r''.' :> .- crtn-
of a reliable and absolute cure boat it The whole r county, and particularly the grand and
Tnbercu Datis left for Virginia May 18th. universe is governedby i taining at feast iO% actual
(Pulmonary noble-hearted citizens whose homes
for Consumption laws. A man who studies these taws of
lords) and aU bronchial throat lung The rest of the family will folio nature carefully and reduces them to a !'ci. overlook eilverly lakes,and whose wide t
: ence, can count on exact results every time.
shortly
and chest diseases stubborn oughs, A doctor knows that certain remedies extended cornfields and comfortable

catarrhal affection, general .leellne I flesh and all l When a disease seems to have no remed
of
and weakness, loss from being killed by lightning
escape the doctors pronounce jt incurable. All the ladened with semitropical fruit, maces:
conditions of wasting away, will send during the thunder storm Wednesday time Nature may have the remedy right at one thick of baronial homes and palacss

THREE FREE BO FILES (all differ. last. Lightning entered the front door, hand doctor but who it has will studied only be longer discovered and deeper by the earthly pleasures that once adorned in the form of sulphate.The .

eat) of his New Discoveries to any set fire to some paper, passed out the than others into this particular disease. the lands of the Orient. This commu. "
of tobacco improved
afflicted reader of Tag TIMES HERALD Consumption seemed for long time with. quality iff -
hack d or and seemed to explode above oat remedy until Dr. Pierce made his nity is Scientific
writing for them. Ill* "New the heads of Mr. and Mrs. 'Long. Xo wpnderful "Golden Medical Discovery" 30 Democratic A white IlepiibUi ail' -by...tlviL focn* of Potash.
Treatment" has cured thousands per- years agro. It has proved to be a marvelous party.
Its timely use, and he damage was done, but somebody was and almost unfailing specific for consumption is absolutely an unknown quantity in Our books win tell you Just want ta use.
manently by reared. and all forms of lung, bronchial and They free. Send for them -
considers it a simple professional dutyto throat difficulties.Its the population.' It is the home of Hon. are ,,

humanity to donate a trial The recent rain has improved the effects seem almost magical but its operation John P. Wall. The tall shellbark of GERMAN KALI WORKS
suffering
is based upon simple natural laws.It 93 Nauaa St..New Yocfc.
of his Infallible cure. looks of the gardens. has the peculiar property of enablingthe Putnam democracy is at present a can -- -

Science dally develops new wonders, It will not be Ions:'before watermelons blood-making glands to manufacture didate for a position in the railway commission i from Jam 1:2K'n who o l bth.
healthy, red blood and it abundantly
and this great chemist, patiently experimenting will be plentiful. Mr. John Green has into the circulation. This pour nourishing, vitalizing of the state. John is a popular i into the perfect ucr ..f H>rtvaridcon-- 9

for year, has produced results the creiii of bringing the first to mark. effect is rapidly manifested in the citizen, not because of eminent ability, I float lh therein, tie *'i..y tint a forgetful!
lungs and bronchial tubes where it the
as beneficial to humanity as can be et. wasting process and builds up healthy stops tissue.It but because o* a mOle potent force- heater, but M doer of ie| woid.thls man

claimed by any modern genius. His is readily assimilated by stomachs whichare he is a true representative of that no- tbali be blessed Ui his deed." Just
Tbe l2at family have moved from
too weak to digest cod liver oil, and it
assertion tbat lung troubles and consumption their own place to Mr. Mo flat'8 near is far superior to malt-extracts as a permanent bilify known as the honest yoemanry. of before the services closed Dr. Anderson
are curable In any climate Is and scientific flesh builder in all the
Crystal Lake. wasting diseases. country. requested the congregation to vote for
of gratitude -
proven by "heartfelt letter County politics are beginning to interest tbe publication of the
Twenty-fire yean ago eight different doctors morning sermon
Mr. O. Perry has the finest
filed In his American and European looking told that I would live but short
me a time that ;1 the people and a few candidates in The Florida Cbimian Advocate.
laboratories in thousands from patch of corn in Putnam County. The bad consumption and must die." writes Geo. R.
Coope Esq.. of Myers Valley, Pottawitomie Co.. have registered their appearance in this The benediction was then pronounced.SUNUAY .
those cured In all parts of the world. corn is about six feet high and has from Kans. "I finally commenced taking Dr. Pierce'!
Golden Medical Discovery and am still on the ccction. Among the number we heard KVKN1NOR
Medical experts concede that bronchial two to four big ears to the stalk. This lead and among the living. I hare faith to believe
that it ha favorable mention made of J. I. Mc- I v. F. !Pasco of St.
trouble lead to lengthened my life for the lasttwentyfive I Augustine, who
chest and lung shows what so-called Florida sand can !
Tears and I have so much faith la an I
Consumption which, uninterrupted, produce if fertilizer is properly used. of your medicines that I want one of your'Com Cullura the hustling candidate for was expected to preach Sunday evening -
'"
and certain death. moa Sense Medical Advtaers. treasurer. Mack carries in his sunburnt not being present, tbe pulpit was .
means speedy We acknowledge -eceipt: of a threat- Dr. Pierre's medicines are recognized as face and ban-Is the j
Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. c., standard remedies throughout the world. horny true passportto filled by Rev. A. C. Householder. The .
J8 Pine street, New York giving ootoffle niug letter from "Heavy Ordnance. **is Pleas.lt Pellets" cure constipation the confidence of the people of the sermon was clear and was delivered la
address, and the free By advice we shall keep it for future I
and express country. lie is a farmer to the manor an impressive manner. Two beautiful
medicine will be promptly sent Suf reference. We will abstain from making
ferers should take instant advantageof born, and he is going to trouble his anthems were sung during the service.At .

his generous proposition. any further statements In regard to competition like a red bug at a picnic. the conclu.ionof the sermon,prayer

Please tell the Doctor that von saw him for fear we rray injure his chancesfor KEUKA.From I must not forget to state that the was offered by Rev \V. F. Nortorn, of
his offer In THE TIMES-HERALD. the legislature or Chattahoochen j .'
occasion of my visit was at the time of Busbnell, after which benediction
we are not sure which place he is headed .
the of the Union.
the recent dearth of news from meeting Baptist was pronounced.

LEGAL ADVEUTISEMEXTS. for. HUSTLER. this place one would think Keuka .was Representatives from the churches of MONDAY EVENING.
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ADMIMSTKATOIl'S- XOTICE. Mllions Given Away\ dead. It is quite a live place, however, that denomination on the west side of On monday evening the annual debate -

: It is certainly gratifying to the pub- and fully up to da'e. Last winter was the St. Johns in Putnam and a part of ot the i'ni Sigma Literary Societyt
MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILL PRESENT in the streets. lay county were present at the old ok place in the college The
0 my final accounts and Touchers aa lic to know of one concern in the land spent improving Clay chapel

det'IP.ued Administrator,to the of County the Estate udge of of Charles Putnam Corning toun- i who are not afraid to be generous to walks were plentifully laid and the work Parou Church to discuss the best methods subject for debate: "Resolved that the

ty.Florida,and ask to be discharged from tbs the needy and suffering. The proprietors will be continued until nnr suburb of promoting Temperance Missions, United States should seek by peaceablemeans

further administration of said Eo So teestate.CRILL.Admlnlltrator.. of Dr. King's New Discovery Interlachen "taken In." Then we i Sunday Schools, and other Christian to extend her territory." Affirmative

feb 10 '98-Cm. Cam testamento annexo. for Consumption, Coughs and Colds will be ready for the tounst and the work. The occasion goes upon recordas R. L Barnett, W. ;-. Allen; negative

have given away over ten million trial like, and An all around good time. For one of the best meetings of the Union J. S. Mitchell, E. Y. Davis. The

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE bottles of this great medicine and have the present, however, the more determined held for years. enamel had been beautifully decorated

the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely are recreating at the business The bountiful provision made by the with evergreens and flowers, and the .

SIX my final MONTHS accounts ArTER and DATE vouchers I WILL as PRF.sEXT aumiait cured thousands of hopelesseases. end of the plow and hoe. Grove work, good ladies for the ruet"llD "IIS8uperh.- debater had a large and appreciative f -

tratrll:of the mate of of Putnam Wm. Speck decease da to. Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsenessand gardening and field work is going Many yeats will hajve to mark their audience to speak to. Promptly at 850
Judge
the County
and uk to be discharged from the further administration all diseases of the throat chest and I bra'elvon. Grovesgenerally! speaking passage upon the dial of time ere the o'clock the first speaker on the afilrma

ot MARY said estate.JOSErlIIXE srECK.ja lungs are surely cured by it. Call on are looking splendid. Some, probablv, writer forgets the baked shoat end yel- tive was catted. The debate lasted for

%9-1 m Administratrix.: Ackerman if Stewart, druggists, and will be abandoned owing to the freeze ow-legged chicken that went "down about eithtyminutey. The the jmj ;ts
get a trash bottle free, regular size 50c,
NOTICE of last winter but the large majoritywill he red lane. rendered their decision three to two m
PUBLICATION and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed
,
.
'or price refunded. be pushed ahead. Tbe next meeiitn of the Union will favor of the affirmative. In addition t"

FLA., meet at Hotlister on Friday preceding tbe debate were vocal duets instrumental
Orric AT UAllII'EAHLL&
LASD } Mr. Garrett of New York state, who
.
Ns.' 2, 151$ the I last Sunday in July.!
Safety,for Womn. solos, and music by the Lees-
TUB I
THAT
IS HEREBY GIVEN own a nice property on the lakes, was
NOTICE & named wttler has filed notice of Tansy, Pennyroyal and Dutton Root I I'LL B. 'TI(ERE. burg string band The benediction was
his Intention to make final proof In support of with us last winter and has given us: a
said will be made before Pills remove all suppressions and Ir- pronounced Rev. R. II
his claim,and hat proof by Barnett
painter in artistic decoration. Mr. G
1-alatka. Florida. on A Peerless Liniment.As .
Clerk. Circuit Court regularities. $1 per box. For particulars which clo8e fone of the
JUDe I&, lass, Tis. is au Eastern farmer and bHniculturl@ot.I most initrest-
deceased Saran *,of Pierce isannervlle., widow Ha.of L.H IrjlnR. ,Pierce i"VWi address Dr. Frank Edmondson. Besides abundant efforts on his grote. a pain destroyer and cure for 1 iog and instructive debates ever conducted -
l. 8 8.R.25 E. Atlanta,,Ga. mll-5iu Salvation Oil is the the Thi
8EAi Section .Tp. rheumatism. peer I by Surnia Societ. The
He names the following witnesses to prove hi; he has beautified his grounds until his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of HAJILEM. I property is one of the prettiest' and most of all liniments. Mr. Wm. II.Brown, I speakers received many congratulations

Clarence Mid( land.MlUer.vis: Bannervllle,Fla. artistic on the lake. proprietor of Striebinger Howe Cleveland rum their friends In the audience.

John atlnton.Columbus .*.' 0., writes : "I suffered from TUESDAY MOBNINOThe
llrown HARLEM, May 31. Mrs. Carrie Leedy, our ente.vri\int
Wade Hill rheumatism for twelve and my closing exercises took
years
place on
W.Gn.OBISSOY This neighborhood was shocked last farmer, gardener and horticulturist
Register. last attack kept me in bed, uuable to Tueidaj evening in the chapel. The
may 1-id week by the announcement that little been shipping vegetable since early
f Callie, the five-year-old daughter of spring and receding remunerative walk. used Salvation Oil and soon exercises were opened by prayer, tot
was up and about. As a pain destroyer lowed by slnlrio Then eight
young
ROUT. W.DAVW 8.J.H1L UR. Mr. and Mrs. J.T.MintonJr.waa dead. pnces therefor. Mrs. Leedy is the
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this liniment has no equal. men deliyered declamations. A vocal
She was the pet of the family and had
happy possessor of a muck farm on
DAVIS ;;& HILBURN, many friends in the community. She, which are grown grain, grasses aud Salvation Oil is sold everywhere for duet by Misses Abney followed, after

25 cents. Try it and be convinced.Skin which the literary address-"Plea for
had been in poor health for a week or vegetables with success and profit.
LA7pYERS.. so but continued about her play until Higher Education"-was delivered by

f Friday morning when she became seriously Tobacco is receiving careful attentionand Diseases: Cured Rev. P. I,. UonJker, of Jacksonville..

Office upstairs ralatka National Hank Jnd:. ill. Dr. Miller was summoned our principal growers (Messrs. For the cure of tetter, Itch, eczema An instrumental, followed by the

Palatka. Florida. and relatives and friends sent for, but Howe, Price and Clymer) are meeting eryslpela. and all irraiinility of the benedic ion, closed the exercises.
with the Dr. Edmondson'. Eczema Cures
success in cultivation of the skin
few of them reached the house before The prospect is good for one of the
Will practice in all State and Federal l weed. Recent showers have been very the standard. Address Dr. Frank
the little one passed away which was largest corn crops hereabouts thai hat
Courts. m 7-tt beneficial and tobacco is looking well. Sdmondson, At'anta, Ha. Price 50,
about o'clock the Funeral been for
same morning. grown many a vear.
bottle. mtt
ur lu
W. AVERY was held from the Baptist church Mr. J. B. Howe was on the sick hot The recent ground soaking rains have

H. Saturday, the services being conductedby for several days, but is better. Mr. H. FllUlTLAmFRCITLAND. canted rejoicing amo g the farmers

COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Rev. Charles Conway, who made is enthusiastic over his tobacco interest May 31. who arc now busy putting in large potato

some beautiful remarks from the texts: and we hope that he, as well as others .
Palatka, Florida. The writer has just recently returned crops.This
"Except ye become as little children ye may reap rich rewards from their venture -
....- home from a nine months session of community was much shockedlast
cannot enter the kingdom of God" and irvKeuka tobacco : '
Office Talatka National Bank oildinjt. I growing.We I II he Florida Conference College and week by the death roY Mrs J. ,Yo
"suffer little children to unto
...- come me I learn from a private source that: will give in brief the commencement i Tucker, which oc urre i PaUtka on
and forbid them not for of such is the 'I,
Will practice in all Courts tate.and A* 1.... Price (nobody of THE TIMES- xerc.ses which began on Sunday,May I Thursday. Her remains were brought
kingdom of lIeaV The funeralwas
federal. may c-lm (n. HERALD>) who has been completing the 22,1608 but it might be well to say that I to this place and boned In 'the old
attended and the bereaved '
largely course at Jasper Normal, has won first the four days of examinations of the Methodist burying ground Fr1daY. The
have the of the entire
parents sympathy honor as valedictorian of the scientific previous week showed the closing sea- services were conducted by Rev.J. C.

community. class. As the class was unusually session to be one of the most successfulin Pace. wfe

M. M. GODWIN, Grandfather Gorman, who is very old : bright this term, and competition very the history of the college, I. e. in the A dab fry and chowder"party was

and feeble, hat been confined to the i strong we congratulate the young gentleman way of efficient work on the part of the given here last Saturday by Mr. T.S.

house for several days. I on his triumph. This is his acuity. It is true there has been tome Jemcrson, and was a most enjoyable

.. Your idea, Mr. Editor, about a poor I: second diploma from Jasper Normal, hindrance to the college during the past occanon.Children's.

farm for this county pleases us. It is and we fancy that he new feels himself sion which has not come to it heretofore Day was observed Sundayand

needed. An interview with some of fully qualtied for the profession he'has but under the present adminis- the exercises under the supervision

the County Commissioners shows that chosen. Q. ration the future is very blight indeed.
ot Mrs. Pamsh were a success.
Manufacturers! of- they also, favor the farm. Although I SUNDAY MORXIXG. .

Wagons, Buggies, they say it will cost quite a sum of Malarion is endorsed by best physicians The opening exercises of the commencement Mr. W. M. Williams who has been ill

-andVehicles money at first, it is thought that it will I and guaranteed to cure chill, fever occasion began on Sunday for some time, is In Jacksonville under

of all Kinds pay for itself in a few months, and the and ague, All druggists, or from I morning with devine service conducted the treatment of the doctor (his brother -

supers would certainly be better Moifit-West Drug Co., St. Louis. I by President Long. The singing by the ) and is improving

Blacksmith Work Horse Shoeing: vided for. Any one knows that pro'I''I' choir was excellent,+nd the commencement HALL BOY..A.l9TORLl1. .

ExpeneMM workne&4 in cfcarge. Satlsfaeon present allowance cf $2.50 or .f9TORId.:: sermon which was delivered by .

gwaraateed. Court Houss.FLA. a month is not half enough to support a I Ifamltr. : B.ntb Haw Knn toga I President Long, will not toon be forgotten. B.ntb I gale uxan B :
Second Street opposite Bigsataw ceh" ceJ -
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: 'i&ES&ERALBKMALi lietyirpj" 'undreds of'millions of dollars'I '. Announcements. '

THE .f, .,. tbe/ora Ii' of' those who ** j.
pensions to
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FRIIAVS '<- reran r For County Treasurer FEARN8IDE &
3t.tSHED. '.; _: saved the f. To the Democratic voters of Putnam County:

Of these millions, those who are enjoy I hereby announce myself a candidate for .
the nomination of County Treasurer subject <
,. ; E0fe iri hspriter: ing large incomes contribute nothing. to the approval of the Democratic primaries ': t**
and
respectfully a*k your
support.rail', JIcadquarterkForCLOTHING -..? .
The poor tenant who has a large familyto
'. NERLY.
April 13. 1898. S.J. K
6t7HSCRITION nt-oue Tear, '1XO. Blx who is dependent his .
1aOOtM, ,M'Onto. Three Jfontisy 26 Cents.tsaben1Dt1cns support, upon
da feftdranc For the Office of County Treasurer,?
daily; wages for his daily bread, con- \
= i .: To the voters of Putnam t County: "
tributes more money to the Federal ,
AU adTerdjJnir bills r* otne due pro rata I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection ,
Very month' .Cpectal and abort time payablenadranon. teasury than the millionaire who fares to the above named ffice,subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries. 1 Urine
All runittandM should be made by' express, day and has need of had the office one termand oaring discharged!
sumptuously Gents'
a*n.v order or registered' ;etter.CR1LL every my official duties faithfully, and I eel, with Furnishings
satisfaction to the of the County hare >
nolhln the profits of a princly people
.:; joying no hesitancy in soliciting your support in the

'. A CANDIDATE. Income. It is said that if you tax accumulated coming primaries. j Very c VERruKKa respectfully, SB.

FalatkaFla,,April ?,1898. Tailoring.
wUl
wealth jh&owners_ change
TUB Tocps-.HKia.TJ> staled several've
: domiciles and seek homes in foreign For County Tax Collector.
.that Hon. E. S. Grill had I
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,***' ago lands. Where will they go? For, as I hereby announce myself a candidate for LEMON
,raitsented tote a candidate for Senator. nomination.Tax Collector of Pntna-n County STREET. PALATKA, FLA.
we hare already said,all the respectable subject to the action of the.Democratic N.BLACKWEIX.primary.J. .
We made the statement authoritatively,
19th. 1898.
April
governments except, our own, tax Incomes -
having learned from the Doctor himself
and our expatriated Americans For Tax Assessor.
teat should the peooie: desire him to bea
will be called upon to contribute to the I hereby annonnce my candidacy for re-nom

TDIES-HEBALD candidate he brought would.out Since Dr. Cnll'sname THE support of the government that gives county ination Primaries to subject tbe and office respectfully to the of fax action Assessor solicit of the the Democratic of Putnam support THE S. E. BOND CO.

them shelter. If any are induced to of the voters of the County. F.BULUUD.
candidate we have ,
as a positive
leave the country to avoid the income
received many letters from our readers For County Tax Collector.To LEADERS IN LOW PRICES -
tax we would speed them on their jour- .
in different parts of the county congratulating the Democratic voters of Putnam County:
with all their baggage and we IN
ney I hereby announce myself a candidate for _
us upon our good judgment in re-nomination for the office of County Tax Col-
would earnestly pray that they never lector of Putnam County subject the approval Dry Goods Notions and Gents Furnishin
making the selection, and,at present it of the Democratic Primaries,and respectfully ,
return but find a home and a ina
grave solicit your support. Yours truly,
seems that our candidate i I. going, in F C. BLAyCHAKP. OUR
foreign land. It is a fact worth stating _

without even the slightest ripple of op- in this connection that the oppo- For County Treasurer.To Dress Goods Department attracts the Ladies.It .

position. From all over the county nents of the income tax and the gold- the Democratic voters of Putnam County: is a fact that we have the NEATEST, BEST

comes the news every week that as standard advocates belong to the same hereby Gentlemen announce: By the myself advise a candidate of my friends for the I and CHEAPEST novelties in Spring and Summer

State Senator Dr. Grill is eminently nomination of County Treasurer,subject to the Dress Goods in the city.
approval of the Democratic Primaries. I beg to
political parly. They are tbe self constituted thank my Democratic friends for the generous
qualified fill the posilion,and all seem guardians the Nation'shonor. support eiveu n.e on a former occasion and re- OUR
of
.pntlaUyask a continuance of their valued
to thinktlhat without an exception a support. Yours for sound J. I.McCALLUM.Clayton. Democracy! Imported Laces and Embroideries attract

better choice could not have been made. i .Fla.,April 25th. 108. the attention of all.

Then too, tbe state press almost as a It :gives; THE:Tnfy..s'HERALDpleasure For the Lower House. I OUR

whole has mentioned his candidacyandin to call the attention of its readers to To By the solicitation Voters of Putnam and seeing County the: necessity of Shoe Department is full of the Best and Lat-

nearly every instance commented the announcement of!John McAllis having a representative from this side of the est Styles of Ladies Gents Misses and Child-
county I come before you as a candidate for the ,
favorably,congratulating Putnam upon I ter, of Melrose, which appears in our lower house subject to the discretion of the major rens Fine and Medium Priced Shoes.
part of the Democratic voters of this county.
such a wise choice. I column of oo' tical announcements on Thanking my friends for the leave they gave
me in ny previous candidacy I the matter
That Dr. Grill will be selected by the this page to-day. Mr. McAllister states with them. Respectfully.JAS.. P. .APPLEBT. Gents Furnishings are up-to-date, Consist-

t primaries is a foregone conclusion, and that he Is a candidate for the legislature, For the Legislature. ing of the very Latest Styles and at Prices

in honoring him Putnam will honor and.asks for the support of Democratsat I hereby announce myself a candidate for the that defy Competition.
Legislature from Putnam County,subject to the
hUe
tbe
herself. coming primaries.t we action
the Democratic Primary on July 7th.
1 My action Is not basso on the request of friends,
have not long known him personallywe --
bat I ask for friendly support of aU.
JOHN MCALLISTER.Melro .
INCOME TAX. feel no hesitency in saying that should -e,Fla,May 80 18M.
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the Democarta of Putnam see fit to send Measure
It has been decided Oeneral Lee Passes Through.A Your Economy.
by a majority ot him to the legislature,they will have an
large portion of Patat a'8 population -
the Justices of the Supreme Court of able and worthy representative. He is : ;

I was out to the union station Tuesday -
the United States that a tax upon wealthto a strong supporter of our Railroad II .
evening to see Gen. Fitzhugh Lee Something The New
support the Federal Government is Commission and advocates those prin- I Cheaper."
and staff pass throuzu. As the tram Home.

not warranted by the constitution Our ciples which are directly to the benefit. came to a standstill the General made t year, $5 Notice the Body of Rules .

Congress had provided for such a tax, of the people. his appearance on the rear platform obis 2 years. 10 oo-

and during the civil war nearly $350- car, and loud were the cheers that

000,000 were brought into the treasury The Jacksonville Metropolis says: went up in honor of ibo gieat old warrior 3 years. 15.... .

flowers were presented to him
from a small percentage on the incomesof "Is Jacksonville to furnish tbe next 4 j ears,2000 __ _
and hand shaking was in order.A .
the The law had been United States. Senator? She should THIS ILLUSTRATION is
wealthy. SUB- committee composed of Dr. E. S. 5 years.25 00 a true example S years! S oo

tained by numerous decisions, but for hare a representative in Congress.1 I Grill, Mayor Gay and Capi.ILY.Snow, of the comparative durability of the
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some reason Judge of the Court reversed To which we would reply,"nit. The j appointed tor the purpose of presenting NEW HOME-the best machine on
earth-and "
his own opinion, which he had political dial does not seem to be pointing Palalka's claims for a military encamp. "sumethmic cheaper.

ment, mtroducad themselves to the It will be noticed
by comparison that
deliberately given, and thus declared toward Jacksonville everythingseems
General], and received a hearty- hand the New Home costs the operator Sl.CO

accumulated wealth exempt from aL to indicate that our metropoliswill shake. He conversed with them freely per year, while "something cheaper"must

taxes get the cold shoulder this time. ,telling them he would send an army be operated at a cost of $5.00 a 10 years 1C e..0

It is not our province to impeach the officer to Palatka to investigate the mat- year.A .

List of Uncalled For Letters.
judgment of the higher court, but we ter.As NEW HOME WILL BUN AND
Remaining in the Fostoffice at Pa- tbe train pulled out of the station IX
do affirm that If the convention that GOOD WORK UNTIL THE
lathe, Fla., for the week ending June there was another hearty outburst of TABLE ROTS FROM
framed the Federal Constitution intend UNDER IT.
2, 18 J8: enthusiasm, which Vras acknowledgedin

fd to exempt the rich from bearing the GENTS LIST, a graceful manner. Sum up the value. .

burdens of the Government, they were Joshua E Bigelow, S B Brown, C E Closing of St. Joseph's.The -15 years. J4 00

not qualified to make an organic law fora Bowin, F n Campton. A S Conway, closing exercises of St. Joseph'sAcademv
C Capt G S Grotty, Geo Cuhlll, G Gabils, JBUETZ & GAEEETT
free people. The constitution would were held at Fay's Opera
J J Griffin Geo Hamp, Lewis Helen,
1 feever have had the sanction of the men House on Monday evening. A large
Dane D Lyns, Samuel Joyner, Johnie
w4o it if had and appreciative audience was in atten AGENTS
aJopled they suspected Johnson, William Johnson, W Jones, ,
dance. The stage decorations were
tbfct_such a construction would ever be Ell Jones, Franklin B Lewis, Rev II
Lee Rev Thos W Long W Martin G very pretty Indeed, and the programme Palatka Florida -SO year "*l 0
gtre'a:to its provisions. An income tax which consisted of vocal and instrumental ,
E Manos,H II Moyer,A L Miller,Sipe
fer the support of government exists in music, dialogues, etc., was well GWe have no peddling
wa Our
Neal, Willie MrKinnie,Ed Perry, Cbas on.
Merl all the nations of the world, rendered and deeply interesting.
Oandill, T A Redfearn S R Ringam, Machines are sold direct from the Crescent

,eiyiliere except In the United States Hercules Richardson, C S Sampson, HOMESTEAD. Drug Store,but delivered free. Call and set

the opinion prevails that those who en- Chas Stewart, Fred L ScoU.W M Sneed LARD Omcx AT GAINESVILLE' ,FLAJnnne2lt -I particulars. .

joy Jarge incomes from accumulated John Sbackeuer, Josh Thompson, J R L Lucy Brooks, of Grandtn. Fla,. whom 98. j e
Thomas. Frank CTibbette,J S Thomas how twiead application 23431 for the n%of n w I, -25 years MOO
wealth ahourd'contribute to the supportof of section 18,in township 9 a of ranee 24 e. do
Denis Turner Shack Vickers, F E hereby give notice of my Intention to make final
the slat,that the scriptural rule proof to tablirh my claim to the land above described
Webb, C H Williams. .and that I expect to pttne my residence --
; LADIES' LIST. eu't Court' at Palatka. Fhu,on July 12th. I*l8bl' THE ORANGE CROFT DAIRY CO are Sole Agents tor the sate of the

il given much shall be required.It Mrs Cbar'.ey Brooks, Lucy Barker, (wool the following. witnctmes: A. J. Padgett,
of<}randln.rla : tharles8mith.ofGrandln.Fla.John .
Grace Chester. Mamie Dam a'*, Mamie Iniriow.of Gr ndin, .7a ; Spencer Hater Polar Creamery
is a singular circumstance that tie of Grandin.Fla.
Graddock LibMe Gray, Blossie t Hudson jn3td LUCY BROOKS. -
IN FLORIDA
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that boasts of i.r
only being ,
government
Louisi Ilineo' >arab E Keton. Naomi 4f-

<,esta9ldebedbv"." of.and for the people is! Kelly, Mary Jackson, Mary Jourdan, j NOCUREXOPAYTbs.t

;. thilbnlytme tba shields the lich item Clondu Johnson Idlie. *ee, Adeline is the war Ml druggists sell i't.

I H= the rotation of.the. tax collector. If Lncuft, Juan Miller, Winnie Miller, GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL : o

SAh Parsley, Mis Oonicline. CarrieUubersNeUi TONIC for Chills anA Malaria. It is .
i1 the tax upon incomes for the supportOf
Robert. Mr tV M Sneed simply Iron and Quinine In a laMeless
government is unconstitutional it is form. Children lore" it. Adults pre-
Smith
Mr Jotm Sbunnon, b21e MrsC
high time that the organic law of the M Smith Mm. W Thomas.. fer it to bitter u"atiuz tonics 1

United States was amended and the Person calling for the above letters Price :500.Why. +' i It is the only device that controls I
""" temperatures and relngerate by use IIof
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wretcbfi1 '.blunder cotrected. It is so will please say"ADVERTISED. C---'t" -y water only. Ice may be used
r but it I*not necesaarj if water t*
D. M. KinuY.. M.Maidon ta.eJollnson'sChill
manifestly: wrong to imf ote the heavy eold. s

burdens upon those least able to bear & Fever Tonic? A plr for circular or call and rer sample at -.,,,
.'' ,,tuned by best physicians ORANGE CROFT DAlHV.
" them that the people will become res- to chills fcr
: and guaranteed cure Because it cures the
V.DOMIAX Palatka
Manager
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live under the load and will demand .. ami *2u p. All\ drnet:tstg, or from.11..tfi'Welt Fla.P. .
Co. St. Louts. most stubborn case ( O.Address, Boxff' 437).
Drug ,
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f THE OLDEST VOLUNTEER.A In nemoriam. General-Gleaning- I! Tfcdb tli db tfc dfe ifr dba

My. father could I but have closed thine rumor CAPE has IlATOEX reached, here Hayti of an May importantAmerican 28.-A I I

Fbalel&aVho Ie log Yean Old Offer eyeS,
III >Service M a Surgeon. Or folded thy dear hand uoon thy success, but no confirmationof I BRAIN &
the report can be obtained here. 4ASLUGGISH
Probably the oldest man in the Unit- breast *

ed States to volunteer his services in My tears had florrn, my sad heart been WASHUkGTOV May 30.-It was oflB-

the Spanish-American war and certainly relieved, dally admittad at the war department I ... Is caused by Disordered Liver and Bowels, L
the oldest physician in the state of today that the embarkation of the regulars and Imperfect Digestion.PRICKLY .
when thou 9 ..
Could I have been near thee :
New York is Dr. Henry Oonrmey of from Tampa would take place .

Hancock Junction Delaware county. wast laid to rest. promptly, but no information was given

Though 109 yean old the doctor still Ahl when I learned that thou hadst as to their destination. ASHBITTERS L

makes daily calls on his patients and ..
LOVDOX
passed away- May 28.-In the northern ..
when the president asked for volunteershe .
offered his service in the capacity Thou whose dear head by age was silvered transept of Westminster Abbey whereEngland's rA
greatest dead rest the bodyof
of surgeon.The o'er- the late William Ewart .
doctor says he was born in Amer. Who long hadst borne the burden of entombed today with Gladstonewas the cere- .. IS A BOON TO BRAIN WORKERS.It .L.

ica, of of Italian parents.suoccessful He has healer a reputation of thy day monies of the nation he had served and .. purifies the bowels, strengthens and regulates the rt
being a
closed the
bf church he
hadst loved.
That henceforth then
human ills, gathering all his remedies I liver, aids digestion promotes vigor of body

from the woods and fields in Delaware forevermore; WASHINGTON May 28.;; The fact that cheerfulness and mental activity.SOLD .
He makes his callson the Spanish newspapers are urging t
county. professional
foot often traveling 10 or 12 milesa My heart appalled, no tears came to Spanish officials to cut the Atlantic cables BY AIL DEUCG1STS. PUCE $1.00 PZB BOTTLE


convenience.day without His unusual hearing fatigue is slightly or in Each relieve sense;benumbed,dry-eyed I gazed is regarded is not seriously as an considered undertaking here.that It . .,

dull but he reads ordinary print with around Spain is far from being capable of per.

out the aid of glasses. At the time of It was so hard scarcely could believe forming if she desired to do so ACKERMAN A STEWLRT General Agents.

the enrollment for the draft in 1864 the Thy form was lying neath the cold gray KANSAS CIT.Y May 27. This was

doctor was 75 years of age but was mound. Dewey day set apart by the city conn

physically equal to a man of 35. The cil, for the celebration of the victory of

doctor gives "right living" as the secretof For had I not a message for thine ear Manila bay. Both Kansas Cities joinedin

his long life.-Exchange. From one who late hadit passed awa>? making it the most popular demon

She:; breathed for thee a fervent tender stration ever held here and crowds 5outhern-.
DEWEY SCENTED VICTORY.A from a dozen surrounding Missouri and r
prayer, Kansas towns lent their aid.
Letter Fredlctlnr It Written to II U And with her feebly voice she bade me
Bitter From HOD k.DC' Los DO v, May 25.-The fund being Railway;
say raised by the Countess Valencia wife
Admiral who in Hong-
Dewey was
"Tell father that I nope we'll mett of the former Spanish ambassador here,
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letter to his
18 wrote
kong on April a
for the relief of the Spanish wounded,
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in Montpelier againIn -
sister Mrs Mary P. Greely
has received several important contributions -
VL The letter was recently re- some far happier land than this- from aristocratic sources in. MOST EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED our or FLORIDA.

ceived. It was the last communicationfrom Wnere comes no trouble, care or pain-
cluding $ 40 each from Lady Clanwil-

Philippines.him before Admiral his departure Dewey said for: the Where all"is peace and perfect hap;l- liam and the Duke of Wellington. NORTH EAST, WEST.THROUGH .

"We are still waiting for the declaration ness. MADRID, May 28.-A private dispatch

of war to begin our work here. I So I had thought to see and comfort from Spanish sources at Manila,alleges PULLMAN DRAWING ROOK CARS DINING CAX13.THOROUGHFARE .
have seven men-of-war all ready for that Agninaldo the Philippine insurgent
thee VESTIBULED TRAINS.
action and should war be the word I leader, after receiving arms and COACHES,
I
believe we will make short work of For one who bore thv name in life field.pieces from Rear Admiral Dewey

Spanish reign in the Philippines. The Had blessed tbee ere she passed ibe declared himself in favor of Spaniards. "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."

insurgents are ready to rise at our first bourne The dispatch also says that other inane Throats VMtlo4 w1af-Room Sletplar Car twtwtca Tampa and Sew" York
gun and long before this reaches you That marks the limit of all earthly gent chiefs followed Aguinaldo's ex. via Jacuoanu.t Ttiata and Columbia, without chaof.

w. may be masters at Manilla and other ttrlfe. ample.
UNITED STATES FAST MAIL
Philippine cities. But after all, war is WASHINGTON, May 28.-The house
a terrible thing and I hope some way Doubly bereft-alone-no earthly comfort committee on foreign affairs has favor- Pullman Drawlaf.Room Duffel Sleeping Can b.twten Jacksonville tad New York.

out of the dilemma may be found without nigh:: ably reported to the house a substitutebill Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville. ,

resorting to it My health continues The weight of sore affliction settled providing for a nonpartisan commission Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia*'
good although it is taxed to the utter- of two senators and three rep-
down
most and my one prayer is that I may resentatives and one officer of the state PuIlM m w1tf-RooBi Sleeping Cr to Mtcon. At).nt.. Chattanooga aDd
Upon meand though years have passed Cladaakti. with IOM oaa*.Uoa for LoaUtnU sod tb* Nortbw.t
be able to hold out until we have finished department to reorganize the consular

our work."-New York Sun.A away service. It leaves all details of the Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

And changed to gray the locks that work to the commission. Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville. Through the
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once were brown. Information obtained
GIBRALTAR
May
To the men who fought with Decatur, "
"LAND OF THE SKY.
To the mca who with Lawrence died, Oft o'er my feelings is a shadow thrown.I here from a trustworthy source
To the men who fell in that blazing hell says that a consignment of 40 Krupp
Of Mobile by rumint'i tide cannot tell-I do not understand
'Take to them our neaiag. stern and plain guns suitable for forts or battleships ..., M I* ratn. tcbedtitt*. 81e.?&::tear r..er.ttloo.. eta. apply to
Tell them the gnus are east looae again Why thus it Is, that He who holds our has been sent from $ 51n. in Germany, .ssiil .( &M aegitaa .AitWAT cr tti conotcnont.L1. .

lien of the Maine livesWithin to Cadiz and is now on its way throughto

the hollow of His mighty; hand, Spain. It is said that the guns Welt Jacksonville, Fla,
Thli to the men cf the ahipa of oak 8HIPMAK Florida pass At. t2 Bay Street
From the men of the ahipa of ateel. passed through the German French and W. A.!TDEK. S. H. HABDWIOI
Thus deals with me; thus takes our |L M.GULP. ,
To the hearta that broke mid the flame and Spanish customhouses as "kitchen fur.
Un. Pefa.At. A..L 6.a. FelillL At.,
amoke joysAnd niture. ntaVhlaIS.AO W.. I.ltoe. I1. C. AU *.Q!.
From the tiring heart. that feel,
of the things we hod: '
us
There .. BO miuen, nor fore, nor main, strips WASHINGTON May *7.-Th. war department May I, 1898. *
But all the flags are aloft again most dear, has issued a series of general

Mea of the Maine Until borne down by sorrow do we lay rules for the examination of applicants r

Not against foe of our own true blood, Prostrate In grief. In silence, doubt, for commiuions ia the United States
i
Nor kin acroaa the ea, and fear. volunteer infantry immune regiments.AppUca.nts .
Bat in the face of Florida Coast
straight a stranger nee will be examined with reference East Ry.
Who like free.
never you were
when from
For who can tell passed
to\heir mental _oral and
physical
Tell them 'tia thua that our guns we train t
And the tighta are lined and the airing mortal reach fitness to hold a commission and perform TIMI TABLX: NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 18, 18M.DKTWEKN .

aatrain, Where rest! the spirits grieved so sorely the duties of a commissioned officer .
Men of the Miae
here; in an infantry regimeat.WASJUMOTOV 101tl1I SOUND Read Dowa). NORTH BOUND (Read Up
Take them theee tiding, ,.. who 11..,.
Who locate the where ,May W. General Miles }foBS NOTl1OUu
'Xeath the murky wares by the Cuban town can region they .11' STATIONS.
The blow la the night but began the fight dwell ka recommended to Secretary Alger Daiq DttJ1J Ex8L.

Which ends when the Spanish flag ewes that First Lieutenant A. S. Rowan of ........... ..................J kllODnI1e..... .. .....Ar 10
down, Those friends who loved us while they 4 iWp 10.r.......................... ..Mt.Aup.tlne..L.... :.. .: ... IMp a
And our shall thunder their old retrain. Ik* HiMtoenth infantry M promoted to 10. Lor........ ................ ..St.Antine."........................ gaup! all
here 7 .L
guns
lingered rank of lieutenant : : s
the aII
colomL toe fluting.
Tolling TOUT knell from here-U frntn.Mea This ;r...:;::: ..::::.::::.:.:::..': ..::::::::::::::..:::::.::::::::t:
of the Kal..1.Arm We do not know just where the Haven General Mile doe(.a a recognition of 1018. Lv......... ............... ......Pal.tka .. ... .. .... ................Ar I a.1Ar.
--. ,. and Nary .Jewnl..Music stands the valuable services performed by Lieu. .......... ..................8Iua M.teo................................L. .
... .. .. _.... .......... .. ..... .
tenant Rowaa ia his recent perilous C lea Lor. .. ... ,. .Ban Kateo ...... .. ..Ar 'M 111 p
on the Grtphophone. Or what seas wash that peaceful shore; tt1i! : Lor............................EMiitP: l tta..
mission to Cuba, when M cured valuable e!IfP lOOp" ...............................Ormond.............................. s r la'alp
Few people appreciate the marvellous It cannot be that Death shall claim a information for the United States. flip H ................ ... ........Daytoaa........................ ..... 16: Teat
II2P ............................1"0" Orange.. .. 01 l'lp'62a
powers of the Graphopbone as an enter sonl WASHI&QTOK. May 28.-It was authoritatively ICp 1 asp ..........................lte-w .... ................... .. 01 12Op.8011
U is instrument which To doom it unto darkness eyertnore. ... ..... : 8BIt'11a.; ....
tAiner. an said today at the depart t ...... ... ..... ..... ... .. ... Otp ....
though it costa much less than the least ment of state that this government has ... ..... ... ... ....' .:..,
Tbe hand that holds the seasons: in its N.N.... ... ..... .. ... ... .... ,,
expensive musical Instrument, will enable not offered to purchase the Danish West ...... II i...11;1......!.ij ij.l;; [ \; : ...j."j...jj.j iji; ;.... ." III .q..
grasp Indies. That negotiations are pending ..... ... .... ..) .. ... ... ssa ...1
its owner to have at pleasure music Will gather souls unto the plate all between this government and that of .... ... :.... .. :.. : ... .:... te ....
of kind from that of a to ...... ... .... .. .. ....... ... .
any bagpipe signed Denmark for possession is well known, ...... '16p ..............................8C.Lu ............................... t...i. .-t
that of a gland military band. It reproduces shall and there but it U believed by well informed ...... 0 01 ........ ....................1'0" Pierce............................. .:,....'....
rest
Where they my men .. _Eden....... .. alt
vocal selections and gives one dear that the overtures were first made by .. : :. .. ... .... .: Jensen...... .. l ala

command of every pleasure that appealsto I hope father with joy,thyself again to find. the Danish government and that that .. :: Ii '" .[.. ... .... ;Hobe Stuart.Sou ........ :: ....: "" assasset.a xla :......i. j
: } i i{;; tEHiiUi! ; !
the sense of beannir. No investment thrifty nation would be glad to sell to : i;. .... : West Jupiter : .. l OTa ...

pays such large returns in pleasure. DIXIE.Bneklen's the United States for a good price.CALCUTTA .. "" .....:..::: .. ........ Li Palm nton Beach. : .. "" t e 00a ....1

May 28.-Further .:.:.. 'Up 01 ..........................Jon lAodf'rdale.'. ................. ... .1.. : ..1
Besides reproducln the musical and Andes Salve. particulars ... .. Q ty .. .. .
regarding the disastrous collision :::;:: 10::: ;r-: .:: :.:::: : ':. .MUamL..:::: : :::::::: :"::. Lv := ..:r
other records made for entertainment The Beet Salve in the world for Cat,
on Tuesday between the British India MiW SMYRNA AND ORANGK CITY JUNCT1OX.8TAT1OKS .
purposes, the Graphophone will record Bruises, Bores Ulcers Salt Rheum Steam Navigation company's steamer i-
.
immediately and reproduce atouce.andas Fever Bore, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Mecca and her sister ship the Lindula, lOlua I v.. ...... ... .......... >ew Smyrna ... .... .. "..........KNo. 2 hap A8
often as desired your own words or Chilblains and all Skin Eruptions, skew that the former had 800 personson ....... ... ...... ... ...... LakeHeia ............ .... .......
1"1- ... ... .. .. .Oranra City...... ..:... a
sonar, or any sound. By wilting to Co and i-ottlvely cures Piles, or no pay re- board. Her passengers were mostly r.Oran: : :: :: ::: City Jonctlo.:::':: :::: ......:: : b j

lumbia Phonozraph Co., 110 E. Baltimore quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Asiatics. The Mecca, was towing the I train betw... New Smyrna and Orange City Jnmettoo Daily neap UDd.t.7. 4.
satisfaction or refunded. Lindula which was disabled, when the
money
6tBaUimoreMd.YOU can obtain Price 25 cents per box. For sale by hawsers parted and the tw. steamers KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
a catalogue hat will give full infcrma- crashed The
:: together. Mecce sank and
Arkermin & Stewart. : t.i pCity .f Key W..tofthe Floridalslv.t Oast 8tean+hip Company: iMTffr
:lon as to prkes of Graphophone outfits. her captain and 6 J others.+s dwwasd ; ..aey west w Mooch> W 4 .*lAya a.l Fridar afti r arrival of train from Jac
,.- 1nW M XTW. .. with. for Oaraoa. L-r* Key W..rt 2.JU
exceed .1F 1 Ilid t ,., 'l"bw..lay.a.ndi IIIn,.nYiq K1an DIId ii'Mas'1 >
When wear begins repair Delay is dangerous-wnen you rave a I II I .. ...,.... ..... beWa4 tna.
It
in body you at e going to fall alck. Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE t
your ... ..... '
i TW.s. tM at which > and boat.may be expectsd to arrive a3'l
The signs of it art: loss of fleb. pale. TAB gTRUl at once; il will cure e.p..t ,... tMIMUM &:MIIIM" per ., bat. th ir sjavtral or dMartor at the ttmftf
Johnson'si ate.t.d dart ...the .., .. "
jsagat 0Dm. held -poa U far say delay or /
.
The
new, weaknets. nervoaeoews etc. quickv. Peek's Drug Store, Lemon .a .....
repair nested in food You thins you street opposite court bouse. a 'lw 01 loaf freeS'.o.d assail at 7e W.>iY..... -- .11a..r ar1lr.u

...at enoogh and yet you fed that y.,. .uvtnr Chin ana j.r.i BBCXWITlr.Tie*.ffiattl.... kA .t s I. D.StrFBifL .t.o.P.Al

\ oat moif tifsue, energy, nerve 4
force than oar food wakes oroi.. I JOHNSON'SCHILL "
TbfOdUlleu.lty :Js if at you do not tUg<**t FeverTonic rSCHED1JLE
l'DOUlb.ud t'"<- i i. serious it is : AND :
worth t-ltti"K down O'rloly to think
abut lf >"U cnn't Purest what you FEVER TONIC -OF TH -
eat Tkt a'few I':"" ur Shaker Digestive -
eor ia'. The cflect of it will b* Cures FeverIn Beach & Miller Line. .
to in 'ru" v+tnr flesh and mke yon
feel ftrocRer Yon won't fail. *1 'k. One Day.. Cures Fever

Proof 'hAt it Is in control of your re- Steamer Crescent.From .

est palraplJI'ra.1ul5.thU for yourself.It's easy Take t'Docb f-w hot to PlEPIlEre.-r-. .>a. .e. In One Day. Jacksonville 8:30 a, m.. Snodajr, I t)** iafc and }.,M. ; '.

lies of Shaker Digestive Co'dl '. aeTC1&IaU. From CresrentChTat7C0s.w..rL'1LsaastsdutiAal I.a I'' .tt1roall

At druggists, price 10 cent f 1 per AIJIE ,Ud-. L .'alattaILL.Bam- R. J. ADAM8. .\gent.
bottle. i .. .W Wharf foot of Lemon Street.



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TOEEOllttAMZECUBAGENERAL ground are most uiOxt>le rOta ho ptt L WEEK OVERTHE

No prettier place is to be found in the ., ,..,
tom. '"
south of Florida.-New York Sun. r r-
NUNEZ UNFOLDS THE FUTURE WORLDParagraphs

PlANS FOR THE ISLAND Ode kxUninoB o! rtriotum.A C:2..

woman in deutra; New York naa of interesting News .5 R E
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J a4era Will tot Countenance a Policy of offered her twin f : ',- :II.;-. *ut avIcribes -
., FroI Places.
.,',' or i.
Their as fine I* -
&evenffe Spaniard May Keep .
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Rightful Property, bat Cannot Tot. the secretary of <
.' ., 5'1-rrn Mories.MACON. .
She prefers that : > : .
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Preference a* t. a\ Military Governor. I A
upon the Iowa ai, \... 1.,1. at ..t. Lay 3S.=The little town of -=- :: ;- ; .- i I UE

An abundant supply of chickens has miral Sampson's L.vt, e!* ae says she Sofkee about 6 miles from Macon on : 51. .
-
already been counted, though as yet tho knows more about those hips than any the Georgia Southern and Florida railroad S : ,

hen it still laying her eggs, and the Cubans others in the navy. Cut she is not particular has been almost wiped out bj fire. Cfj'J It-." ,. .*- "' ( _.' ., 1 .- J:"
." .; ....
the infants honored ; S
and all the rest of us are talking of as long as are SAVAXXAH. May 25.-The grand en- -ip _:T'c! t. ,)*; :

what Is going to happen when this war by cradles upon American cruisers campment of the Independent Order of + ... _
Is over. The most interesting topic is of This is the most peculiar exhibition of Odd Fellows convened in its fiftyfirstannual 11\cCctallePcpa: .::1....ti":.".:> i1 I ,lci( ;;1 islntitaiitigtltcfaodatxih i-...; '.'" .::.

course the rtyn-ganization of Cuba and patriotism that has yet been offered. communication here. New officers uLl' "i'. "
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Chicago Record. elected and installed. St01L.fi1Su .. :: .. : ,' ---.OF-
what will be done in the island when were lie G dl. .C ,
o I I'
the Spaniard has been driven outGeneral Valuable to Women. MONTGOMERY Ala., May 27.-Jesse :' -: -

Emilio Nunez and Dr. Castillo EiperiiJly valuable to women is Browns' I Stallings congressman from the Second --r1 1 1 ,-__- p _.....__ .A
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are at Key West Nunez talked Iron Hittm. Backache vanishes, headache Alabama district, announces that he ; f..'"- ../..../... -., -- .

quite freely while coming here on the disappears weakness,and, strength the glow takes of health the place readily of will be a candidate for the Democratic Promotes Di ? I ;,. .- ...-0_:<:.$,:-i----_ .l" '.-' ...'.. ...',. 4--

boat from Tampa nomination for governor two years p
comes to the pallid cheek when this wonderful ness and .'$U'r-'
"My opinion about the war and about remedy is taken. For sickly children hence. "
the United States is well known he pr overworked men it ha no equal. No home Opmiri.Morphi- ; IS C...\: 'IHKty '
Adams .A
CEXTKK Ala. Lum t
May 27.- _
should he without this famous r
in remedy. .,0.. ,, .
aid, "and thero is no reason my repeating --
Browns'Iron Bitten is sold by all dealers.: and McElroy have been arrested in I
what I hare said dozen
already a
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Jacksonville for murdering Parker Roe '
::
time But some wrong ideas seem The more careful a man is in,buying, Saturday night. Roe was found in the .oALll'lirtlEll v l-i." I.: \ i ',
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what intend
to hare around as to we
got the more skeptical be is in selecting his woods with his throat cut. The parties .
to do in Cuba when this war is
claim self defense.CHATTANOOGA .
over. Some persons think that we intend pants, the better we like it. Tie will wx .. C :7DY
May 26. A secret .
done- 4nia d.d
have
to do as the Spanish
then more fully appreciate tbe BUCKSKIN meeting of all the southern iron pipe / +rrmaf j
of the
confiscate the property Spanish J/I CwHnttit.r.J.. .
residents, as they have confiscated the BREECHES. He'll see at a companies was held here and they were I'r..t II .. Bv- .-' ,. 0.>-'

friends. That glance how carefully made. consolidated into the American Pipe and 11 .. .. .
property belonging to my they are I...,.. .'..
with ....
is a false impression. Every native born When he puts his binds in the pockets Foundry company a corporation :--

man in the island of Cuba is a Cuban he'll find a printed guarantee which $2,000,000 capital ApcrectRcmedy for Constifo- I.' = a ...
10 that it would be manifestly wrong MACON. May 27.-The Baptist Young tionSourSiom .ChDiarrtloca, D 'j .

to, take away from the generations to says; "If not as represented your People's Union of Georgia will assemble \\orms.ConuIsIOIS.fevcnsht"! U f M.

Come what should rightfully be theirs. money back. They couldn't be mo-e- in annual convention in Maconon ucss LOSS OF SLEEP : k'i

"Our movement is not against chil- they'll never be leas." June 8, 9 and 10, and the indicationsare frjj t thcSimite a w. ii;
'
dren growing up to be good Cubans and there will be a large attendance of Signature cf: : .
As the strength a building dpcnds ,
men who may be an honor to our coun delegates and visitors.BIRXIMOHAM k I I' -
the solidity of its foundation, so
try. No Spaniard who owned at the upon Ala.. May 20.-Judge
N E\V YOllI I, Castoria lj la ontL bottV onl It
health depends the eondion of the put tp :'
outbreak of the war what he now has upon A. A. Coleman has been nominated for -
-- =:.- is not cold la bclk. Don't allow: a=yca. t> .*.UIN
and who came by it by hard work and blood. To noel Impurities and cause circuit judge of tho Tenth judicial circuit ; :, f )], ". :,; j you anything eLe oa the flea M prasua that! itis

enterprise is to be despoiled. That tin vital fluid to become vigorous and by the Democratic convention after I :y r. ,.1'1-1:c "jsit as good" and "...m aasw* ue-v pw-

would not be justice, and two wrongs life-giving, Ayer's Sarsaparilla i* the one of the most heated contests in Ala I. --- t: t' pose.". i1.Sc.that JOB jet C-A-o-r-.o..a.I-J-

hardly make a right The Spaniards most powerful and effective medicine bama's political history. : I Se. \

hare despoiled us, but we have no in ,use. LrnxaTOX, Ky., May 30.-For the aACTtOPYOrWRArP R. tmne ?--9- \sa
thought of repeating their tactics. The confederate a'ntut eG.a 1ftf1
first time since the war the "tTana
_
same crimes that have made Spain odious Keener vs. Time. veterans joined with the G. A. R.in observing :
would make us odious. :
having a stock of Watch and Clock Memorial day and decorating
"We intend to have our own however
soldiers. The
and all that property taken from I Material on hand and wishing to quiL the graves of tbe Union that nonfe 01 the volunteers will *be bet n-u't.1M4 HINDIPO
ceremonies at Jhe cemetery were most
friends the will I will do at ter provided for than those from
my by government certainly -; the repair business worn Impressive. Ksrms VITALITY

be returned to them. They willget the following lour prices until stock is Atlanta. -
their own, but nothing more. BRCXSWICK Ga., May 28.-Dan Dev- MONTGOMERY Ala., May 2S.-J. Asa ',: '
and Clocks mainspring
I used Watches t.
up: the first engineer accompanyingthe Made a
creaux.
"The: only way in which we intendto Rountree secretary of the Alabama "I
discriminate against the Spaniards is 75c; ; cleaned, 75c; and crystalon Dauntless on henfirst filibustering Press association who has just returned Wen Man
watches 10 to 15 cents. Have had expedition to Cuba has been commissioned the "
by denying them the right to vote. The from Washington brings privatetip THE 'AKi of Me.
future of the island will be decided uponat eleven years experience in watch as chief engineer of the Georgia that Major General Wheeler of Alabama .
held and lock making. Give me a call naval reserves, with the rank of lieutenant is beseeching the president to GREAT- -
da election to be as soon as ap
REMEDY the above
peace it fully assured. The autonomists and be cconvinced junior grade.LAGKANGE point William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska FRENCH". Cr'ttferv produces nuMnt>trtJmt ot result

and the Spanish will not be allowed to PEnny KKENEK.Nearly Ga., May 2o.-A featureof to a high position on his staff. Vancocele,J-attmf Memory. Stops au drains and
tones caused by etrcrs of yonth. It wards elf Insanity -
rote on'the future of the island. If we the address of Hon. Robert L. Ber- Bryan is said to greatly desire the appointment and Consumption. V ounr Men regain Manhood -

permitted that then Cuba would certainly all women have good hair. ner candidate for governor at this place and Old Men recover Youthful vigor.: It
fires vigor and tae to shrunken organs,and fits
be annexed to tho United States Loach; mate are gray; and few are was his explanation of his attitude on TAMPA, Fla., May 23.-The dead bodyof a nan lor business or marriage. Easily carried ift

for tho Spanish and autonomists are, bald. Hall's Hair Renewer icstores the currency question in 1892 and since William McLeod a prominent bankerof by mail vest, in OCkd.plain pack-Price OU Tn PTO ylO.6 Boxes with"-50

first of all, enemies of the Cuban republic the natural color, and thickens the that time. He declared that he is now St. Petersburg, Fla., was found on wrkkD parantee. DR. JEAlT 0'I4 .afet trlltbe

and would Vote for annexation. I do growth of the hair. and always has been for free silver the railroad tracks in Fort Brooke reservation I ACKERMAN & STEWART

not say that I am against annexation RALEIGH May 27.-The Democratic a disreputable part of the city.

but the future of the island will depend Change in the Express Office.C. state convention met here and adopteda HcLcol had been shot four times and rt.w .. &:qi:dr.iaeProf.
W.
the will of the Whatever who
majority.
upon resolution indorsing the Chicago his body then placed on the railroad makes a specialtr ot
who has for sometime
that is, so will we decide except S. Blnmcker, platform of 1896. The proposition submitted with the intention of Epilepsy, has without

that if the vote is in favor of returningto been in the employ the Southern by the Populist party for fusion track concealing the crime.apparent There is no clew F-t t S ed doubt more treated cases than and cur-any

Spain the election will certainly be Express Company as transfer and delivery on basis ot their present representation to the murderers. I living Ph A.>siciant h&.

declared null and void. clerk at this place, has resignedand in state and national positions was de I success haTe heard astonishing.1ve of cases
General CnATTAXOOdA, May 27.-The south
It is understood hero that the railway mail service- clined. d so years' standing
into
Fits-liugh Leo will be made the first gone bound Oakdale accommodation train on j I
military and General Nunez He has been assigned to dnty on the J. MACOX May 2G.-In a saloon brawl the Cincinnati Southern railroad col-|.
governor shot and
here John
.' was asked what ho thought about that T. & K. W. ratlrav.3Ir. killed James Stephens Kershaw a negro and badlywounded tided with a freight engine near Dayton ,

i "Whatever, tho United States does," Blnnicker is succeeded by T. W. Carr Tenn., this morning. Engineer CuroL
James two prominent
he said,'" JTO will agree to and will re Ma,'ey, of Georgia. ., young white men. Stephens, was takento Hudson of the accommodation train and i
and
frain from discussing its action. We two brakemen named Sevarson
Atlanta for safe keeping lynching
; wtw]*. however, prefer as the military being feared if he had been kept in jail Matthews were killed. Baggagemaster of the tie of his absolute cure free to any sufferers
gtmuaur a man who has never been in Dressback and the engineer who may Bend their P. O.and Express addresa.
Cuba and who has formed absolutely CASTORIAFor at this place.CORDOVA freight engine were badly injured. w. advise any one wishing a cur address.
t Ala. May 28.-Preparations rYaf.W.B.zz.r.D..4Gedarst..IIswlorkMiraculous
,
no opinions as to what should be done ATLANTA May 28.-The jury in the
with the island. Then we would be left Infant and CMldrea.Tbe are being made by the Indian case of Edward G. Flanagan has returned -

alone and permitted to decide for our Mm Head cotton mills, at'this place to make a verdict of guilty and the murderer -! BenefitRECEIVED
KW YN MMft iNgM of from
their first shipment sheeting
elves. General Lee has his opinions was sentenced to be hanged on
mills in China. The mills have FROM
about what should be done with Cuba. the their June 21. Flanagan was in lore with I

He has been our great and good friend, Bear contracted for their product for the the I1-year-old daughter of F. O. Allen Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure.
will be
but we would prefer a man who has SlgnatorvofTHE next four years to China, and it and. possessed of the idea that the family

never been in the island and who has shipped in train loads. was persecuting him, he open fire on

no opinions about us, say General Shifter SALISBURY, Md., May 26.-Garfield them while they were at supper on Dec.

for instance. I talk this way about King a negro aged about 18, was taken 31, 1896, killing old Mrs. Allen the

''What is to be done in Cuba because I FIRSTBORN from the jail at this place early this grandmother and Miss F.uth Slack a

look upon her as already free. A defeat The firstborn with th. mother's am morning hanged to a tree and almost visitor.

for the United States is incomprehensible Embracing It In slumber lies. shot to pieces He was awaiting trialon
to me. Of course we cannot tell how Bosh lest a whisper breAk she charm the charge of having deliberately CHICKAXAUOA Ga., May 26.MajorG.
with eyeal Shiba of the Japanese army and a
Talk only your
about
: long the war will last shot Herman Kenney, a white boy distinguished member of the staff of M.
"The offering of reforms to Cuba by Husband and lover, on this day the same age as the negro.
Kato Japanese minister to England
Spain is like Spain. A story is told that Thy one year bride is doubly fair. SCOTTSYTLLE, Ala., May 28.-Deputy i
.. Kneel; let tbe heart in silence pray has arrived here direct from London.
chows what Spain is like. It is about : While she lies smiling there I Sheriff George Smith went to arrest A. Major Shiba'comes to study American

two men who went out hunting. One i Steel a desperado of Bibb county, on a
Look on her, lore her bold her dear, military tactics and conditions of army :
man was. Spaniard and the other was warrant charging him with selling
,
The dearer fur this sacred tie. life in this country, as a representative
'. his enemy. The Spaniard fell into a Unnoted for one moment here liquor without license. Steel took of the mikado. Major Shiba reported I I 1ELI
well and couldn't get out of it His Let all the world p by Smith's pistol from him and shot the .f.ff W.1 -
Brooke I I
General
-J. I:.East oTuft's at once to at Camp .
'You help me out,said the Span- : another revolver and shot Steel to death. member of bis staff. i \ \\ ,

lard 'and I will spare your life." 'T NEW ORLEANS May 30.-Perry M. iI I : .

The operations of the fleets off Key DeLeon of Savannah Ga., who was ap -...- i P. BABCOCK. of Aw a, N. Y a.

West are not allowed to pass over the Pills consul general by President : of the 3rd N Y. artillery and
pointed
cable, but they are nevertheless inter McKinley to Guayaquil Ecuador A Truthful Statement.An : for thirty years of the Babcock
tinsel Carriage Ocw, of Auburn, says: "ITrrltc
esting to persons here. There never was reached New Orleans by steamship last excellent an J invaluable remedy, to express ay gratitude for the mlrac-
a better position or opportunity for a Cure All and will leave for Tampa tomorrow I
night, Ions benefit receive from Dr. Miles' Heart
and hoarse
for the cure of cough, cold
blockading fleet than Commodore Watson
where he expects to join General C'r re. I suffered for years, u result of army
haL His boats can slip in here at Liver JIlL Lee's command. He resigned his position ness, Is Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and life from sciatica which affected my heart

uy time for coal and be out again at to fight.SYCAORE.. Mr. Jas. Hadfleld o West St., :New in the worst form my limbs swelled from

onoo. While enough vessels are left on verifies this statement. the ankles np. I bloated until 1 was unable
Ga., May 30.-On Sunday York. City,
the blockade the others may come over Save Your Money. to button my clothiig; had sharp painsabout
morning Abe Henderson living near lIe writes : "Dr. Ball's Cough Syrupis
Jl'Mrlnspells and
the heart s:::
here for coal. There is danger of the
coal supply running out One box of Tutt's Pills will save here shot and seriously wounded Char a most excellent remedy for cough shortness of breath. For three months I

The hospital arrangements here are dollars in doctors' bills lie Ray a young merchant of this place: cold and hoarseness, and I take great was unable to lie down,and all the sleep Igot
many Shooting occurred in the woods 1 mile : was in an arm chair. 1 wis treated by
nearly complete. Dr. Hall is now in In recommending it to all,
They willsurely cure all diseasesof east of this place. Both the young men pleasure the best doctors but gradually grew worse.
--- charge. The Convent of Mary Immacu- of prominent families and have always who require such a valuable household Abouta.earao I commenced taking Dr.

late has turned over all of its buildings the stomach, liver or bowels. were enjoyed the esteem of the commu medicine." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrupis Miles New Heart Cure and It saved my life
to the government to be used as hospi as if by a miracle"
talc The school children have been dismissed No Reckless AssertionFor nity. old everywhere for 25 cents. Dr. Miles' Remedies| l ,

and cots have been placed in all sick headache dyspepsia ATLANTA May SO.-On Sunday after- are sold by all druggists -

the rooms. An operating room is now noon at a meeting of Atlanta's leading -----+---- under a positive I

in what used to be a schoolroom. Hospital malaria, constipation and biliousness society young ladies $325.00 was subscribed .'... D..!..... Kz- guarantee. first bottle
tents bar been in the to a company fund for Atlanta's CI'ILss.mts.tloo... -. by 'l.1I:1ll1f: Tb.iiIiM benefits or money" re f
put up ._ _.
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endorseTUrF'S Le
,a million people T.It.e& 11. .Iady funded. Book on diseases
volunteer soldiers. The amount
grounds, and 400 men can be attendedin AT K Common- '",**' sad Omnwreui and '
swelled additional Br.ocbesTa.eht by H....8.m- of tbe heart |
the convent Four trained nurses Liver PILLS I is being hourly by pte LewoM t'ree. \44"" ,. .. .. HI III ES.PaUtka,Fla. nerves free. Address.
from the north The subscriptions and it is safe to assertS
are here. convent PS. MILES MEDICAL CO, EUchart Ind.
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case of gapes in all my experience In 0.s:: .c:: a c -j DESCRIPTION. d ct.: )

raising c>. >:,;.. Hut If I tell how my = s>: t i c o ub:

cheeks arc handled the land of food m ii P0 < < d CD t4 III
and the care they receive it may be

of benefit to some one who has had swtt of nwttsett .... ...... ................ 15 10 25 40 W H Mann ...... ........ 87 lots 9 and 10... ... ... ... ........... 9 10 27 85 Sarah P Darby Est .. .. 42
of sett ......... ........ .......... 15 10 25 40 F Q Brown trustee. ...... 87 Iota 1 I S 5 6 7 and I................... 9 107 335 Sarah P ... 1
Darby Eat ..
trouble with this dread disease. n H less >H of nwtt ... ...... ........ 11 10 25 240 W H Mann ................ 384 all ... ... .. ... ..... ...... ...... ... 10 10 27 637 Sarah P Darby Est .. ..1023 4 66
H of ... .. .... ............ ...... 11 10 25 SO F A Garrison 143
n sett
!I nH of sett and seA of se%... ....... 11
10 27 120 J
A RJche ...
... ... ... 343
One feature without doubt
which a 2 HoHlster ... ........ .' 18 10 23 F Q ...... ........ 68
blots Brown I swtt of swtt and new of swtt ... .. 11swtt 10 27 80 J A RIChe ... ... ... .... 2 43
favors immunity from gapes is that S 4 6 6 block 8 lfoUlster ...... .. 18 10 25 F Q .. .. ...... 68 I of ne% of nwtt.. ... ... ....... 13 10 27 10 Sand Mitchell ... ... .... 100
lot 3 block 12 Holllster ........ ...... II 10 25 F Q Brown trustee ...... 44 nH of nwH wH of nw 4 and sH of

our soil is sandy always dry under I Iota 1 and 2 block 12 HoIUster ...... 1& 10 25 Florida Commercial Co. 68 lie%. of nw%. .. .. '". .. ........... IS 10 27 99 J A Rtohe .. ... ... ..... S 45 .
lots 12 11 block 8 Hollister .. ........ 1& 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68
foot. Even after a hard rain the lots 1278 block 14 Holllster ........ II 10 2S F Q Brown Trustee ..... 58 n% of aw'4.. .. .. ... .. ... ...... 13 10 n 80 A C Taylor .. ... ... ... 1 apart
is Low wet lots 3456 block 14 Hollistar .. ....... II 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 58 sett of nest part sett of sett and
ground soon dry again. ,
I all block 15 HoUlster ........ .......... 18 10 25 Baldwin & Van Houten.. 73 part nett of see; of sett.. ... ..... 13 10 27 60H C E Telvington .. ...... 202
grqund Is specially favorable to gapes, Iota 2 4 block 16 Holllster .... ....... 11 10 25 F Q Brown Trustee .... 58 in se cor book 31 p 48.. ... ........... U 10 27 25 J L Mlddleton .. ... .... 172
lots 136 Mock 16 H lUster .. ... .... 11 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 ne-% of nwtt ett of ne% of nett nwtt
or to the tiny worms which cause the: all block 18 HoIUster .. .. ....... ..... 11 10 25 S J Bailey .. ... ....... .. 58 of sett of ne tt wtt of nett of ne% 14 10 27 70 11' A Simmons trustee .... 202
endeavorto ......... 10 eH of nwtt of nett lees 5 acres ... ... 14 10 27 IS H B Post .. ... ..... 100
thicks to gape In the vaIn fractional block 19 Holllster : 11 25 J H Ellis ... ............ 44 y
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n% .. ... ...... 15 10 27 160 Sarah P DarbyEat. .... 315
rid themselves of them. lots 1 S 5 7 block 20 HoIUster .. .. ..... 16 10 25 F Q Brown. Trustee ..... 6S e% of w% of see of ww%.. .... ..... 15 10 27 10 Mrs C Litchneld ... ..... 100
lots 246 Mock 20 HoUister ... .... .. l' 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 tots 1 2 3 4 6.. .. .7. .......... .. 18 10 27 222 Sarah P Darby Eat .... .. SIS
Foul feeding-places are a prolific all block n Holllster .. .. ..... 11 10 25 Unknown. ...... ... ..... 73 part lot 7 book P p 319.... ... .... 1C 10 27 14 L Daniel ... .. ... ....... 172
lots 1278 Mock 22 HoIUster .. ...... IS 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 part lot 7 book 19 p 325-575.......... IS 1077 7H Peter Richardson .. .. .. 243
'source of this trouble; therefore we lots a. 5. block 22 Holllster ... .. ..... IS 10 25 F Q Brown trustee ...... 58 lot 7 5... ... 16 10 27 2tt P E Bikes ... ... ...... .. 100
If the hen an block 23 HoIUster . .. ..... 11 10 25 Van Houten & Baldwin. 73 part lots 6 7 ukand e part 8 book.p
feed in clean dry places. all blocks 25 32 37 HoIUster .... ... 11 10 25 J G Rodhaupt ... ..... .. 130 p 106.. ... .. ... ... .. ............ 18 10 27 "J W Chandler ... ... .... 414
is confined in a coop, it is frequently lots 123 Mock 26 Holllster .... ... l' 10 25 F Q Brown trustee .... .. 44 part of lot 13... ... ... ... .. ......... 18 10 27 6tt S J Wailea ... ... ... ... 68
lots 456 block 26 HoIUster .... ..... 11 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 sH of nett and ne>/of nett of sett .
moved, and clean boards or old plates lots 1234 block 28 HoUlster .. ..... 11 10 25 Florldt Commercial Co.. 44 ands 1-1 of BW%. of sett .. ... ... 19 10 27 100 F A Simmons trustee ... 302
used to place the food on. Water is lots 5678 block 28 Holllster ... 11 10 25 F Q Brown. Trustee ...... 68 lots 1 and 2... .. ....... ..... ......... 20 10 27 67 Dalton & GUlis .. ........ 143
lots 1234 Mock 30 Holllster ... ... 11 10 25 F Q Brown. Trustee ..... (8 aw%. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ......... 20 10 27 160 F A Saulsbury ... ... .. 315
kept before them constantly changed lots 5678 block 30 HoUlster ... .... 11 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 lot 1 e of Qt Johns river .. ... ...... 21 10 27 39 Unknown ... ... .. .... 172

as often as and the vessels all blocks 35 36 38 39 HoIUster .. ...... 18 10 25 Van Houten A Baldwin.. 87 part lot 2 e of St Johns river ... .. ... 21 10 27 4 John A Perry .. 68
necessary all block 4 Holllster .. .. ........ ... IS 10 25 Wm J Wilkinson ... .... 68 part lot 3 e of St Johns river ... ... 21 10 27 2 Sol Thurman ... .. ... 58nett
washed out. If lice are found, insect n 8 acres of aw% ot swtt of nest ..... 11 10 25 8 J W Teasley ... ........ 315 part lot 9 e of St Johns river book
is ett of ae% of sett ... .. ... .... .... 17 10 25 10 H 0 Hagan .... .... ...... 100n G p 768..i 10r 2 Prince Cooper .. ... ... J 73
powder (pyrethrum) sprinkled over % of nett and nett of nw% .......... 11 10 25 120 W H Mann ..... ........ 313 part lot 9 e of St Johns river book 10
them, and the coops treated to a coalIng sett of swtt and sway of sett ..... ... 11 10 25 80 Treehom Bros .. .......... 243 P 19%... ... .. ... ... ... ... ........ 21 10r 1 C K Fleming. .. .... ... 230
B% less see(, of nett and n% of swttswtt part lots I and 10 e of St Johns river

of coal oIL of swtt and nwtt of sett ..... It 10 25 440 F Q Brown. trustee ...... 840 book Zp 614... ... .. .. ... ... n 10 27 1 SHas Askl ... ... ... .. 117

few feed stale e% of se%... ... ...... ...... ...... l' 10 25 80 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 172 part lot 10 e of 8t Johns river book
The first days we wH of nwtt and nw% of swttwH ... .. ZO 10 25 120 W H Mann ... ... ...... .243 18 P 1.. .. '". ... .... ........ ....... 21 10 27 S J Murry ... ... .. ..... .. 173
bread crumbled fine; after that corn of swtt of nwtt... ... .. .. ... 22 10 25 20 John Barry ... ... ..... 68 w 25 acres: of nwtt of nwtt and swtt
nee of tie% of swttwH ... .. ... ........ 21 10 25 10 Florida Commercial Co.. 44 I of swtt. .. .. .. ... ... ... ......... 22 10 27 65 Unknown .. .. '". .. 173
meal slightly moistened with water. of swtt of sett n% of eett of sett 23 10 2S 40 Plant Invt Co.. ... ..... 100 nee of nett of tom... ... ... ... ..... 24nH 10 27 10 Prior Post ... ... ... ... 68
Cave not tried oatmeal, as so many net of swttswtt ... ... ... ..... ..... ... 24 10 25 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 87 of nett.. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 25 10r 80 Unknown ... ... ... .... 172
of nettsett .. ... .. ... ... ... ...... 14 10 25 40 Unknown ... ...... ... .. 100 pert swtt of swtt books 16 and 86 p
recommend, nor have I ever baked of settswtt ... ... .. ... ...... ......... 2S 10 25 40 B F Roberts agt ......... 87 192-341... .. ... '" ... '". .......... 26 10 27 7 Mose Anthony '" .... J 02
three of nett and s% of nw%,.. .... .. 29. 10S 120 J M Rbonemus .. .. .... 313 part nw% of nwtt book K p 683.... 27 10 27 14 Jacob Floyd Est .. .. .... 466
cornmeal bread for them. Only e% of nett of nwtt... ... ... ....... 29 10 25 20 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 68 part nwtt of nwtt book V p 606...... 27 10 27 6 King ... .. ... .. ... .. 243
feedings a day are given, and just net: of nett of nett and nosy. of sett I part. wtt. .. ... .. ... ............ 27 10 27 5.' J M Merrill ... ... ....... 172
of ne%.. ... .. .... ... .. .......... 30 10 25 %OS W Felkner Est ... 130w part lot 1 e, St Johns river. ...... 28 10 27 1 Peter Richardson .. ... 100
what will be eaten up clean each % less sett of swtt... ... ...... .... 32 10 25 317 Florida Commercial Co.. 456 part lot 1 e St Johns river .... ...... 28 10 27 9 Tony Smith. .. .. .. .. 100
time. Old stale food sometimes Travers grant.. ... ... ... ......... 37 9 25 1959.03 part lot 4 book 4 p 417 w% of eH of
Travers grant ... ... ... ... ....... 38 9 25 496.42 4 lot 2 and e% of w% of lot 2......... 28 10 27 %2 1-1 Mrs E J Williams .. .. .. 9M
causes gapes, since if left on the Travers grant .. ... ... ... ........ D 9 25 175.50 > .part lot 5 book 14 p 608 '". ............ 28 10 27 54 N and O Ferrow ... .... 466
contain the of the Travers grant.. ..... ...... ...... ... 38 9 25 493.33 fractl nwtt w of St John river.... 28 10 27 66H M H Dalton .. .. ....... 115
ground it may eggs Travers grant .. .... ... ... ... ...... 39 9 26 482.30 lots 4 and 5 w of St Johns river .... 29 10 27 10 J H Warren ... ... ... .. 827
tiny fly which hat'"h out In the chicks, Travers grant ... ... ... ... ... ...... 40 9 26 297.18 part lots 7 11 and all lot 12 and part
Travers grant .. ... ... ...... ... .. 41 t 26 S.37 of John Dlx permit e St Johns
thus giving them gapes.I Travers errant .. ... ... ... ... ....... U t 26 3.23 river *. .. .. .... ... ... ... 29 10 27 115 E P Htser Est ... ... 1478
Travers grant.. ... ... ... ... ...... n 10 25 36.15 Wm McCabe & Co... ... 69 55 s part lot S w of St Johns ... ........ 30 10 27 10 B T Elliner ... ... ....... 100
am at loss to account for gapes to part lots S and 4 block S and lot 5 lot 4 w St Johns river ... .., ....... 30 10 27 40 J W Button ... ... ...... 87
such an extent as is sometimes related block 6.. ... ... ... ... ... ....... 1 10 26 2 Davis & Valentine ... ... J 02 part lot 2 w St Johns river ....,..... 31 10 27 15 Julia E Haxlett .. .. ... 527
part lot 1 book 6 p 311.. .. ... ..... 34 10 27 27 Mrs J H Strong. .. .. S IS
of of book 4
nwtt nett nwtt
since my own care and treatmentof part 248su. .. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ........p. 1 10( 26 2 W Campbell .. .. .. .. ... 117 part lot 4 book Q 484... ... ......... 35 10 27 8% C W Wheeler .. .. ..... 172
200nett .... 1 10 lot 12 book 21 p .. ... ... .......... 35-10 27 S8 Arche McOallum. .. .. .
chicks are so very simple, and nota of nwtt of nett boo.V p 26 24 C O Chase: ... ... ... ..... 143 172
part Summeral grunt .. .. .. ....... 37 10
of I1W% 8W% of neH and Iota 4 27 % Jordan Zimmerman .. .. ?3
single cave of it have I ever had. 6 block S. .. '". ... ... ... ... ....... 1 10 26 83 George Chase .. ... .... .. 345 part Summeral grant .. .. ........ 37 10 27 130 F A Simmons trustee .. S 43
ee% of nwtt. .. .. ... .. ..* '.. ...... 1 10 26 40 J A Rich ... ... ......... 100 undivided % int in Hart propert1'leas
Turpentine is sometimes suggested .. ..... 9 acres ... ... .. .. ........... 38 10 27 85 First Unireraalist Society
part nw% of nett book 16 p 618 1 10 26 Z R Reid... ... ... .......... 115 -
as a remedy, but were I to have a case part aw% of nwtttt ...Boardman's... ... ... ...... 1 10 26 1 M KeD)"... t.. ... ... .. ... 68 undivided % int in 9 acres known as of Rochester NT... 7 W
Int in unsold add
to treat I should certainly try spiritsof to Palatka .part. .. ... .. ... ........ 1 10 26 Webb & Nichols ... ..... 1 73 Fry Woodruff piece ... grant. ... ...... ...... 38 10 27 t D W Thompson ... ...... 130
% int In unsold part Boardman's add part book 14 p 152.. 38 10r 31 E K Jenkins .. ...... 100
camphor, as recommended in a former to Palaitka ... '". .. ... ....... 1 10 26 0 W Bromwell ..... ..... 287 part Woodruff grant book 12 p 670.... 8 10 27 I T A Darby .... .... .. .. 739
article in this for diarrhea part Entralgo grant book 27 p 415.. 39 10 27 666 Sarah P Darby Est ...... 42 83

paper Palatka. 1 10 26 G A Pre cott. ... ... ..... 130 part Wiggins grant book P ........ 48 10 27 8 J B Dunn .... ... ... ...... 597
and indications of cholera. The dose par sett of nett book 213.. ...... I 10 26 8% J Hamberger .. ...... 172 part Wiggins grant book 14 p 147 .. 48 10 27 %. A D Huntley ...... ...... 100

would be small, however, for a. chick part swtt of sett book S p 193....... J 10 26 4 Cash Taylor.. ... ... ... 143 part Wiggins grant ... ..... ..... ..... 48 10 27 Mrs J Splnk. ..........14 48
wH of swtt toss 10 acres ... ......... J 10 26 69 Pat CunneUy ... ... ...... 243 part Wiggins grant book L p 698 and
-onlye drop or two-but I believe it part nwtt of sett of nett book S p book M p 29 . .. .. .. .... ........ 48 10 27 28 Almond Barr eU ... ... 1194
in chick's 421 for 1896 and 1897 .... ..... .. ... 2 10 26 Urn John Thompson .... 343 part Wiggins grant ....... ........ 48 10 27 5 G Austin .... .......... .. 315
would kill a gape worm a part w% of sett.. ... ... ... ... .... I 10 26 12-SJ T Bazell n. ... ... .... 100 part Wiggins grant book 18 p 47 and
windpipe, even if it did, not come In ee tt of ae14 less 5 acres.. ... ....... .. I 10* 26 35 Wade Jones ... ... ...... 466 book 18 p 693 .. ......... ........ 48 10 27 6H Peter McMasters .. ..... 486
se cor of w% of see... ... ... ....... a 10 26 1% H Basel ... ... ... ...... 100 part Wiggins grant baL. Helser Eat 48 10 27 300 E P Helser Eat .......... 4 56
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actual contact with it. nH of sett of easy and swtt of easy part Wiggins grant i-):c I page 118 43 10 27 6 A A Flemmlng ... 1 43
of ,eS4..7 10 26 30 F Q Brown trustee ...... 103 part Wiggins grant from Barrelle. 48 10r 5 Norris Guernsey .... ,... 112

I remember 'beIng at a neighbor'sone part swtt of sett book 8 p 129..... a 10 26 5 8 A Richards ... ... ...... 73 nwtt of swtt .. .. ........ ...... .... 1 11 23 40 F.Q Brown Trustee .. 100
day, when she was trying very tot 7 block 1 lots 6 and 7 block 2 nwtt of nett .. ...... .............. 1 11 23swtt 40 Henning Land A Invt""Co 100
I 1 tots 8456 block S and lots S 4 7 8 of swtt ... .. ... ... ................ 1 11 23 40 Florida C &: Pen Ry Co .. 100
Hard to dislodge one of these worms block Roberts' add to Francis .. a 10 26 B F Roberts Eat ... ..... 288 10 acres of nH of acres......... 2 11 23 10 S D HoIUster .... .....,.. 100
lots 1 and 8 block 3 Roberts' add to sett of nett leas 2 of w%

from the throat of a young chicken Francis .. ... ... ...... '". ........ 8 10 26 Henry Peterman Est ... 103 Of sw% of sett ... A..... .......... 3 11 23 46 R W Vanae .... .....,.... 202
with a looped horse-hair. It was an block 1 and a% block 2 Francis ... 8 10 26 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87 swtt of sett .... .... .................... 3 11 23 40 Hennlng Land & Inn Co 1 00

block C and wH block 5 Francis .... a 10 26 Florida Oammercial Co.. 167 a% etnwtt of swtt .. ... .... ........ 4 11 23 10 Unknown .... .... ........ 68
elusive fish, and refused to b* hooked blocks 7 8 and 18 Fr >":isi ... ... ...... 8 10 26 F Q Crown trustee ...... 113 nett of swtt ..... ... .. ...... .......... b 11 23 40 fanning Land & Invt Co 100
in that manner. The chick was still block 12 Francis ... ... ... ...... 5 10 26 J J Padgett ... ... ... .. 5* swtt of nett ... .. .. .. .. .............. 6 11 23 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 109
otrt se cor block 14 Francis .. .... 8 10 26 S E Patterson ... .... .... nw% of sett ... . .. ... ... .......... 6 11 23 40 Florida C & P Ry Co .... 100
gasping for breath .when I left.Country .- part se% of wtt book 13 p %44...... 9 202; 5 Mrs E M Htmm .. 172f lot 17 ....... .. .. ... .. ............ 11 23 40 Florida C & P Ry Co.... 100
Gentleman. part nwtt of nw% book 19 p 17 .... ... t 18 26 194 J Browning ... ... ....... 113: lot 25 .. .... .. ...... .............. 611 23 40 Lafayette Goodwin .. .... 1 72
nwtt of net' 110 26 CO F Q Brow trustee ... ... 100 lot U ........ ... .. .. .... .... ........ 1 11 23 40 Henning Land & Inn Co 100
frt w $ nt twtt ... 9 10 26 10 BEL Moore... ... .... 172 swtt of sett ....... ... .... ...8 11 23 40 Edwd Wright .. ...... ... 100
w% of nwtt of settsett ... ... ... ........ 9 10 26 20' A H Haskell.. ... ...... S7 nw% of nett eH of nwtt And wH of
of fIe%.. ... ... ... ... ....... .. 9 10 26 40 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 aw% ....... .. .. .... .... ............ .. u a 200 Henning Land & Invt Co 414
Floral Notes. e% of nett book V p 107... ... ........ 10) 10 26 J ... ... .... 87 of nett ... ... ... ...... ............ 11 11 23 40 Unknown .... .... ... .. 100
part oe1I of nett book 11 p 378 ........ 10 10 26 4 J W Purcell.. ... ....... 143 swtt of nett wH of sett sett of nwtt
Young fuchsias require a rich, sandy part e% of nw% book 6 _p 269... .. 10 10 26 25 S S Boles ..... ... ... .. 172 sett of sett ...... ...t .............. 12 11 23 200 J C Skinner .... ... . 486
a% of swtt of sett of nw%... .. .... 10 10 26 6 R R Perkins ... ... ..... 87 seth of net ne% of sett and sway of

loam which should be strengthened as a% of nw% of wtt... .. ... .. ... 10 10 26 20 F Q Brown trustee ...... 58 nwtt ...... .. ....... ...... .......... 12 11 23 120 Unknown. ... ... .. . J 73
the plant grows older. The best soil part eH of swtt book 12 p 30:... ..... 10 10 26 55 David Reese ... ... .'.... J 43 .w% of nett 1Ie% of swtt nett of ee%
part nw% of swtt of swtt and parte nett of nwtt .. ... .... .............. 13 11 23 160 I N Wlmberly .. . 145
for the fuchsia is old woods earth. % of sway book p 610-699 ... ..... W 10 26 27 F W Hutchins ... ... ... 273 nw% of nw. .% ett of nwtt nett of ,

The from old unsold part nwtt of nwtt West Pa swtt nwtt of se% ..... ....-.. .... .. 13 11 23 160 S W Moody. .. ... .. .. 245
compost decayed latka .. .. ... ... ... ....... ..... 10 106 nett of swtt and of ... .
65 J W McLaury ... ... .... 343 sH sett .. .... 14 11 23 120 Unknown. ......... ... 243
stumps, with one-fourth sand, is e all blocks 1 and 3 West Palatka .... 10 10 2C W C C Ball... .. ... .. CT sH of and 5e% of nwtt and nwtt of
all Mock 2 West Pateutka .... ..... 10 10 26 J H Payne ... .. ... ... 68 nwtt wH of swtt .. ... ......*. 13 11 23 240 Henning Land & Invt Co
good porous soil; one that will never lots 678 block West Palatka ..... 10 10 26 B F Bowen ... .. ......, 87 nett of swtt ...... .... .............. 17 11 23 40 Hennlng Land & Invt Co 4 M
bake but will little wH lot 1 Mock 17 West Palatka ... 10 10 26 W H Branch .. ... .... 58e nwtt of nett and nett of nw% ........ 17 11 23 80 F F Dowley 100
require a more % lot 1 block 17 West Palatka ..... 10 10 26 Miss E Preston ..... .... 44 lot 10 ....... .... .. ....... ... ............_ 18 11 23 40 J II Sampson. 172
water. wH of a% of sH of swtt of nets book lot 720 ..... .... .... .................. 18 11 23; 134 Hennlng Land .& 143
28 p 80wH .. .. ... .. ... ... ......... 11 10 26 Unknown ... .. ... ..... 103 lots 131614 and 25 ............ ........ 18 11 23 160 Unknown .Invt Co 2 43
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Young plants of the fuchsia should of sett of sett.. ... .. ... ... ... 11 10 26 20 John Mungeon ... ... ... 1 72 lots 2 and 3 .. ..... ...... .............. 19 11 23 80 Jane Bryan
have the tops pinched out from time s% of nett of nw% of swttswtt ... ..... 12 10 26 5 C Rivers .. .... ,.. ..... 100 lots 4 8 9 10 11 12 and 14 to 21 Inclusive 19sH 11 23 596 Herming Land.& Inn 172
of nett and sett of nw% ... ... 13 10 26 80 Palatka. Land and Grove of lot 6 and 6 .. ................ .? .. 19 11 23 40 W S Moore Co 19 23
time to Insure a sufficiency of Co .. .. .. .. .. ......... 1194 lot %1.. . ..... ...... .. .... .......... 19 11 23 40 W L Davis 4 S6
branches If the nw% of nw" of nwtt... ...... .. .... 13 10 23 10 John McGill Est ..... .... 241 lot 25 .. .... .... .......... ........ .. 19 11 23 40 J A Davis 100
pyramid shape is swtt of .sett book 8 p 475 110 26 S John Voss ... ... .. ..... 1 13 eH of nett .w% of nett nett of swtt 20 11 23 160 b1 D Watson. 1 00
desired.To part w% of swtt book N p 499..... 26 23 E R McKeen ... ......... 3 13 nwtt of nwtt ....... ... .............. 20 11 23 40 Unknown .. 267 100

n% of sw% of nett... .. ............. 14 10 26 20 Peter Petertnan Est .... 172 n% of nett ....... .... ... ........... II 11 23 80F E Russ 315
form a pyramid one of the leading part swtt of ewtt book 2 p 634....... 14 10 26 15 Handy A Wyman ... ... 315 n% of nwtt .. .....J .... ... ............ 21 11 23 80 Hennlng Land & Inn Co 1 73
branches should be removed part wH of nett book 18 p 270....... .4 10 26 6 B Peterson ... ... ........ 58 nett of nwtt and sH of swtt ... ..... 22 11 23 120 Henning Land & Inn Co 243
as w% of e H of nett of nwtt and ett of net of nee ...... ... .. ... .. ........ 22 11 23 40 100
soon as the lower ones have become a nwtt of nwtt and part swtt of away of nw% .. .. .. ... ...... ... ..... 23nwtt U 23 40 Unknown Land & Invt Co 100
book 14 p 13%... ... ... ... ... ...... 15 10 26 54 T C Merrill ... ... ... .. 203 of nw% and swtt of .w%........ 23 11 23 80 Unknown 172
few inches in length, and other leaders nett of nwtt less 10 acres ...... 11 10 56 30Jack london ... .. 141 wH of sett of nett leas 3 acres ........ 24 11 23 17 0 C McGregor 173
allowed to grow until it has obtained lot 1 book 12 p 152 and lot lx )k W 3 acres In nw corner of aw% of nett 24 11 23 SDR McGregor 68

p 154part ... .. .. .. ... .. ... ........ 16 It 26 S' L C Stevens ... .. 343 swtt of nw% sett of nett and eH of
a desired ''height; then it, sett of se% wU of swtt and swtt of nett .... ..... ... ..... ...... 24 U 23 100 Mrs Julia Livingston . S 27

"should, be topped also. nwtt of swtt and w% of nett of nett of nett ... .. ...... ... ....... .... 24 11 23 4J N Wlmberly 527
swtt ... . . .... .... .... .... 11 10 26 110.B F Roberta Eat,. ... 373 sett of sett and swtt ... ....... .... .. 24 11 23 200 Hennlng Land & Invt Co. a 84
.\ standard tree with a single stem away, of seU, of ne%... .. ... ......... IS 14 26 10 L C Weathersbee .. .... $15 nwtt of nett n% of nwtt .. .... ...... 25 11 23 120 Hennlng Land A lart Co X 43
and part e% of nett of aw% and e% of n% of swtt of nwtt ... ........ ...... 23sH 11 23 20 A W Lawton 87
a globular head, Is: obtained by sett of nwtt part w% of nett andpart of swtt of nw% .......1 .... ....... 25 11 23 20 P C Woodruff 87
nw% of sett book 10 p 669.... 11,1026 75 Carl Holtzgang .. .. .. .. 516
nett of and
letting only the leading branch stand, nett nH of se% of nwtt .. 25 11 23 60 S W Moody 1 43
sett less 24 acres to Roberts ... .... 17 10 26 136 Leonor Calvin .. ., .. .. 4 66 nwtt of see of that part In Putnam
and removing all side shoots "until the nH of nett of sway of nett.. ........ 17 10S! 'B L Stevens ... ... ... .. 87 County ... .... .. .. ....... ...... 26 11 23 40 Kenning Land & Inn Co 87
former has obtained the desired sett of nwtt. .. ... .. ... ........ 17 10 26 40 J E Holmes... ... ... ... 87 swtt of nett nett of nwtt and nH of
nwtt of nwtt. .. .. ...... ...... 19 10 26 40 L 0 Garrett ... ... ...... 87 .% .... ............. Z1 11 xl UO Henninll Land Ie Inrt Co 484
height when the topping is to com swtt of nwtt... ... ... .. ....... .... 20 10 26 40 S J Walles ... ... ....... F7 e% of'nw'tt swtt of'nett -... .. ....... 29 11 23 1.20 Edwd Hendenon .. . 21i
form the w% of swtt and ee tt of swtt. ..... 20 10 26 120 B W Becks ... .. ..... .172 sett of nett ...../ ... ... . ....... 29 11 Z3 40 P C Woodruff .... . 100
mence to crown. part sett Beck homestead .. .. .... 20 10 23 7 W W Becks .. ... ..... 68 wH of nwtt... '". . .. . .... 29 11 23 80 J F Dean .. ....... ... 243
part set, Beck homestead .. .. ... 20 10 26 Carrie E Beck. ... ..... 68 n% of and of .. ..... 29!
Though the standard tree Is nett nwtt swtt 11 23 1:0 Unknown . .. .. . 243
very neVi *
part Beck homestead ... ... .... 20 10 26 M E Becks ... ... ... ...
3 B8 lots 1 and 14 .... .. ... .... .... ... 30 11 23 .iO Baxter ShumweU .. .
pretty, most persona prefer the pyramid acres in se cor of nwtt of sett .. .. 21 10 26 Chas Leyvras. .. .. ... 68 lot 2 .. ..... .. .. .. .. . ........ 30 11 23 40 B S lleDllns- ..... . 313 17%
as there fcs face part sett of se34 book X p S84 .... 21 10 26 10 L J Arnold .. ... ....... 172 lots 22 and 25 .. .. . . . ...... 30 11 23 B-1 Hennln Land & In.t Co 1 72
a larger t; to expect s% of nH of swtt of swtt... ... ..... n 10 26 10 R L Arnold ... .. .. .... 68 lot 13 ..... .. .. . . ....... 30 11 23 40 "ate Snipes ...;... .. 143
flowers from.Propagation part wtt off nett book Y p 25.. .. 21 10 26 7 J II EUm ... ... .. ....... 313 lot 23 ... .. . .. . .. . ... 30 11 23 40 Geo Cochrane ..... . lOll
sH of seH swtt of ne" and a% of lots 7 and 8 and fractional lot, 14 17 31 1f23 140 Henning Land &: lovt Co 243

when new varieties are swtt, of swtt of nett book. P p 220 21 10 26 8 D B Willis ... ... ... .... 201 lot 1. ... .. .. . ... . .. .......' 31 11 1z0 PC
Woodruff ...... ... .
of of 109
sH nett ... ... .
nett ...... n 10 26 20 Mrs F M
is effected Frailer4 66 nH of nwtt .. .. ... .. . ..... ....... 33nwtt 11 23 80
desired by from Hennlnc Land & InTt Co 172
growing part wtt of swtt book X p 284 .* .. 22 10 26 30 L J Arnold ... ... ...... :
243 .. ... .... . .. . .
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Z. 160 Unknown ... .
sH of nett. .. .. .. ...... .... 23 10 26 80! MOM Mitchell ... ... ... 2 43 ... . 333
seed; or by cuttings for general nwtt of swtt of nwtt .. .. ...... 3 11
purposes. sett of swtt. '". ... ... ... ... .... 23 10 26 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 Z4 10 John Abrahana .. . .. 5&
tot 2 and tot 1 n% of nest and nH of nw% . ...... 1114 160 FA HiD ... ..... .315
A friend manages her fuchsias part in eH of nett.... 34 10 26 R J Riles ... ... ... ..... 100
part nwU of.eH of nett book 16 p 640 24 10 26 tt August Crawford .. .. .. 44 sett of nw%, ..... .... ... ......... 311 24 40 J J Strtekland .... .. 100

in summer thus: She prepares a bed part nw% of eH of ne%. .. ... ... ... 24 10:6 tt Ned Airtm ... ... ........ 44 nee, of swtt of nwtt ... ... ...... .... 3 11 24 10 A J MlIotohett .... .. . 5&
the north side of the house and In part eH of sett... ... ... ... ... ... 24 10 26 1 Jack Williams ..t ... .... 68 4 tt of nett nwtt of swtt. and nett of
on part e% of sett book 2 p 189 ..... ..... 24 US 3 E M Vary Est.. ... .... 68 sttswtt . ....... .. ......... .. I 11 J.I 160 L G Burrows .. .. . . I..;
it sinks her pots of fuchsias up to the lot. 2 3 4... ... ... .. .. ... UeH 13 26 217 F Q Brown trustee ./. .. 3 43 of sett of nett ... .............. 4 11 24 10 B F Sanbum ... .. . 58
of nett swtt of nett nwtt of nwVi 1% of sett cf ae% of nett and nett of
rim. Places moss or dead leaves over s% of nw 4 n% of swtt and lot 4.... 27 10 26 328 F Q brown trustee ... 82; < nett of sett e% of nw% of nee of

the top of them and around the plantto part s and a of St Johns river .. 2$ 10 26 31 Unknown ... .. M settswtt .. . .. . ... ... ....... ..... 4 Ut 20 John Abra.b8.ms .. .. 203

of w% and sett... ... ... ... ... ... ... 29 10 26 478 O W Becks ... ... ...... 710 of ne% less 10 acres ... .... ...... 4 11 24 30 F M Ma.tchett .... ... .. 112
the depth nearly two inches. 1&.11 ... "' '" .. ..... .. .. ........ M 10 26 613 Florida Commercial (.\J.. 8 10 5 acres in se corner of sett of nw%
This retards evaporation and keeps et. of swa4 . .. .. .. ,. 10 26 80 Joseiyn A: Taylor :. .... 143 way of lIe% of nwtt less 1 acre... 4 11 24 34 C H Hemingway .... .. 173
s ... ... .. ... ... .... ... U 19 26 644 Florida. Commercial Co 7 39 ne% of swtt ... .. .. ............. 4 11 24 fO I M Hemingway .. .. .. 143
from the roots. She showers ir ;. r ... ... ... ,., .. ,
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the heat part tots 5 and 6 of S3 11 it 20 E B Thompson ... ... ... 315 swtt of nwtt and nwtt of swtt ...... 4 11 24 80 LA Hemm1ngwaT ... 1"Z2
e river book
them morning and evening. p nee of nw% and nw% of nett .... .... 4 11 2-1 10 II R Roberts .. ....... ..
674: .. ..... ...... ...... .. .... 23 10 26 11 Mrs 3 IS
R C Fenton .. .. ... 911
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of ... ... ..
nwtt nwtt .. ...: ........ 4 11 Zt 40 W C Snider ....
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lot 10.. ... .. ..... ... ... .. ..... ..... 31 10S 8 Unknown ... ... .. .... 44 100
When frosty weather comes theyare : Hernandez w% of nw", nwtt of swtt 'ess 1 acre 5 11 24 119 W D Combs ...... ...... 333
part grant book R p 245 39 10 26 35 H F Morton. ... ......10 2S sett of see ...... .... ....... ...... 51114 40 HenninK Land &
removed to a place oT safe s<4 of nwtt book 35 p 128.......... 4 10 27 80 J D Hagan .. .. ... .... 172 .n : Invt Co 100
easily n% of sway see( of away and sH (.f sett of n.1. .. ... ... .. ... ......; 6 114 4W D Combs ... ... ..... 100
ty. Fuchsias love a cool, moist atmos ett... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 10 27 200 Sarah P Darby Est ..... 313 nH of sett and swtt of sett .......... 7 11 24 1:0 1r. E P Moody .. ..... 243
nett of swtt sett of swtt .,....' ...... 7 11 24 iO S W Moody .... ..... .
phere. In winter an east window suits In oe cor of w% of easy ..... ........ 5 10 27 1% James Randolph .. .. ... 35 e% of nett .... .. ....... ........ ...... 7 11 24 80 I N Wimberly ... .... .. 172 17%
1 acre In lot 3 and sH of lot 2 and wH of nw% ....... ...... .............. 8 11 2f m J N W"nberl '" ... .... .
them a north one.-Farm, ] lot 6.... ..... ... .. ..... ) 1"Z2
part ..
; In summer C 10 27 81 C F Hoclnrtein .. ........ 982 wtt of sett and nwtt of swat ...... 8sett 11 U 10 Lee Morgan .. .. . ... 143
Field and Fireside. i part Iota 4 and 5 book 13 p 612 ...... 5 1827 12*C H Mother .... ... .... .. 100 of swtt .. ..... ..... ... .. .8 U 24 40 J W Hewttt ...... .
eH of lot 5... ... ... ... ..5: 10 27 12 *Mro. Sarah P Darby .... t ,0 sett of sett.. ...... .. .. .... ............ 8 11 24 CO Alice K Groover .. ... 115 100
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I :I 0i If there is a disease among fowls
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DESCRIPTION. OWNER. 0 Ea I Io DESCRIPTION. ao d OWNER. o or ignorance than any other
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% of swtt .. ............. .......... $1124 40 Jacob Powers ., .... .... 100 tot 13 private survey.. ... ... ..... 24 11 %S % AUK Stein ...... .. .... .. 44
sett of nwtt aw% of sett nett 9f sett tots 368 private survey ... ... ....... 24 13 25 % A B Swords .. ............ 87 sun, without sufficient shade warm
all net except sw% of ne%.......... 11 24 240 Unknown ... ... ... .....4 86 lot 4 private survey ... ....... Z4 12 25 14 H F Hawley .... ...... .. 44 and stale drinking water foul end .
w'it of nw,,4 ....... .... ...... .......... 8 11 24 SO F Q Brown Trustee ...... 172 lots 10 and 12 private survey ... ..... 24 12 25 % Edgar Osburn.. .... ....? 172
.w% of seH and seK of swfc .. ...... Jse 11 24 80 J W Wood ...... ........ 2 U lot 14 private survey ... ....... 24 12 25 Annie Galllgar .. ........ 44 offensive grars runs occasioned bJ
% of Be% ........ ...... .............. 11 24 38 Amos Parramore .. .. 1 72 lots 40 and 54 private survey.. ..... Z4 1l 25 A B Hull .... ............ 73
nH of sw>4 ...... ... .............. fnVi 11 '24 SO Frank Morgan .. ........ 143 lot 49 private survey... ... ... ....... 24 11 25 S S Reynolds .... ........ 58 the droppings and most Importantof
and se% of nwy nw% of settswtt lot 42 private survey ......... 24 13 2S % H H Copeland .... ...... 44 all, the absence of regular supply -
of sw% ...... .... ...... ...... 9 11 24 280 Unknown ... '" ... ..... 557 lot 44 private survey ...... :4 11 25 % E J Reynold .... .......... 44
nH of ne% swtt of nest se% of nwtteH \ lot 52 private survey ...... U 11 25 % Styles Kurd .... .......... 44 of fresh green food which is the
of seH ........ ...... ...... ........ 10 11 24 240 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 486 lots 78 80 81 82 private survey....... Z4 11 2S 1 Mary E Stagg .... ...... 87 of diarrhoea in fowls.
sH of nett neck of sett ...... .... .... 11 11 24 120 Henning Land & Invt Co 243 tots 83 85: private survey ... ... ....... 24 11 35 14 M A Bentley .... ........ 68 great preventive
sett of sett ....... .. .... .............. 11 11 24 40 A W Lawton .... ........ 100 lot 84 private survey ... ... ... ..... U 12 25 '4 R G Weed ...... ........ 44 I This disease is rarely if ever known
wH of sett ...... ..... ...-. .......... 11 11 24 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 17J tot 121 private survey .. .... ......... 24 13 is % J F Luther .... .......... 44
eH of swH swtt of net and nell of lots 21 23 private survey ... ... ...... Z4 1Z 25 % J M Emmerson. ........ ES I where cool water and green 'food are

nett ....... .... ...... ............ .... 12 11 24 160 Unknown '" ... ... ..... 3 45 w 24 acres of nwtt of nwU ... ...... 1 11 26 24 Mrs F Henry .... ........ 172 provided daily.Symptoms.Sudden.
aw% of sett ...... ........ ............ 131124 40 A W Lawton .... ........ 100 e 16-40 of nwtt of nwtt... ... .......... 1 11 26 16 J C Kenyon ... ... ....... 172 ,
sett of s-wtt and nwtt of sett .......... 13 1124 80 P C Woodruff .... ........ 172 e 4 of nett of naps less 1 acre ........ 1 12 2t 1 Mary J Lemon .... ...... 172
sw14 .... ..... .... .... .................. 1 11 26 ISO Mrs H W Beecher .. .. 8H and violent
w% of nett sett of nett w% of nw% n 8-10 of ne% of net' of ne H 2 12 26 I Mrs H W
Meeker ... .... 87 afterwardsthin
1Ie% of nwVi nett of aw% w% of thirst greenish droppings
nwtt of nett of ne%.. 2 11 26 10
swtt ...... ......... ........ .......... 13 11 24 360 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 742 5 acres In Be from II 8 :1o: rt..... 2 Lyman Howard .... .... 172 weak-
> 12 26 5 Mrs Mary Foster .... .... 1 (0 and whitish, with extreme I
e% of sett nett of nett and oett of
part swtt'of swtt of nw% 2
nwtt ....... ........ ...... ............ 13 11 24 160 Unknown ... ... ... .....3 45 wH of ewtt of ee 4 of nwtt and e% 11 26 11 S H Gresham ... ... ..... 243 ness and staggering or falling about
stt of sett nwtt of se% and sett of of sett of IIW% of nwtt 21224
swtt ..... ...... ...... ......... ...... 14 11 24 160 S W Moody ... ... ....... 345 s 2 acres of w 3 acres of swtt of nw% 2 12 26 10'3 Mrs Thomas N Woolfalk ... ..... 1 :30 sometimes accompanied with cramps
aU ... .... .... ...... ....... .. ........ 15 11 24 640 Unknown .... .... ........ 952 e% of nwtt of sett of sw% 2 12 26 BBS Wilkins .... .. 100 and often with an anxious look about
sett of nett .:..... .. .. ........ ...... 1nett 11 24 40 A J Eraklne ... ... ...... 1164 ; Ormsby .... .......... 68
of swtt .... ... .... ........ .... 1CwH 11:4 40 I'J Groover .,. ... ...... 130 ;i intt e part% of nett sett of of nwtt sw%.of aw N 11 2 12 12 26 26 20 5 T C Davis ...... ........ S8 the fi.ee. Death results Infrom twelve
G F
Randall... .... .... 243
nwtt nett nett of nwtt and swtt i part sett of nwtt .... 11 12 28U R to thirty-six hours.
of nett .... .... .......... ............ 17 11 24 99 Equitable Building & part nwtt _. 2H J Broad .. 44
12 26 2H John Canty ::: ::: ::: ::: 44
nof
Loan Association .. .. 2 73 3
part nett of sw% 11 12 28 Treatment -Administer every
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of swtt 17 11 24 80 Mrs E P Moody... ...... 1 ?2 Joe Lockett ...... .. ...... 87
of of .
part a% nett swtt 11 12
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sett of swtt 17 11 24 40 Fla C &: P R R Co........ 100 I sett of lIe% of swtt 11 12 2 Dick Reddick .... ........ 68 hours the following: Rhubarb five
26 10
I .eg of nwtt 11 11 24 40 Howell & Smith .... .... 1001 Samuel Jones .. .......... 68
i part swtt 11
12 26 10 Joe Bradley .......... grains; cayenne peppertwo grains;
In nw corner of swtt of sw% 11 11 24 5 James Thomas .... ...... 100 : 173
w% of nof s 6-8 of w H of nett .... 12 12
26 22
R H Platt ........ ........ 172
swtt of sett .t 17 11 24 40 Hennlnff Land & Invt Co 13 laudanum ten drops give midway between
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nH of w% of sett of nett 12 12 28 10 J C ;
eV4 of nw ; of neH n 11 24 20 Unknown .... .... ........ 13 I part nw% of nett .... .*.. 13 Grertey.. .............. 100
12 26 20
Meyer & Ross. .......... 100 each dose.
sett of sett 11 11 24 40 Mrs E P Moody .. ........ 1001 I eH of net of nett 13 12 26 %O.J Dinklea ell ... ... ...... 115 .
H% of nw14 18 11 24 40 Unknown ...... ... .... .. 100 e% of sett of nett 13 12 26 20 Johnson & Stephenson .. 115
ntt of nett w% of awl) III 11 24 160 Kenning Land & Invt Co 315 ; wH of ne% of swtt of nett 1312 26 5 H Bellotte ... ... ........ 1 00 No. 1-Equal parts of taLoeture of
nwtt of sett It 11 24 40 S W Moody .... .......... 1004 nH of i% of e 3-10 of w 10-16 of sH opium red pepper rhubarb peppermint
swtt of se% 1J 11 24 40 W H Richmond .. ........ 1 00 T I of nH 13 12 26 10 E S Green ......... 130
se% of sett l' 11 24 40 A W Lawton ... .. .... 1 00 i a% of e 5-16 of w 14-16 of sH of n% '" and camphor well shaken, with
wtt of nett e% of swtt It 11 24 160 Unknown .... .... ........ 3 84 and wH of ntt of e 5-16 of w 14-16 of doses increased from ten to
swH of nett a% of nwtt of sett 20 11 24 60 W C Townsend .... ...... 143 sH of nH 13 12 26 22'it A W Appleby .. ... ..... a 03 twenty
D% of nw% of sett 20 n 24 20 R L Ruth. .... ........ 113 f part ne% of aW'% of sea 13 12 26 6 T C Davis .... ........ .... 68 drop several times a day when not
nett of sett ZD 11 24 40 K 8 Brown .... .. ........ 100
a% of sett Qf nett and lot 1 14 12 26 81 Miss
swtt of sett 20 11 24 40 H W Branch .... ..........100 A W Varnum ...... 3 84 immediately relievea.
lots 4 and 8 14 12 26
stt of nwtt ne% of nwtt and nwtt of j I 80 J C Greeley .... .......... 14 18
lots 1 and 3 15 12 26 62% J C Greeley... .......... 315 No. 2-Two dozes each of alum
nett 20 11 24 160 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 345 Iota 3 4 6 8 10 and nH of lot 11 private .

swtt of swtt 21 11 24 40 R R Call ........ ...... .. 315'' survey sections 15 and 22 ..-.. 12 28 27H 811 & O H Pollock. .. 130 resin copperas lac sulphur and cay;
nwtt of sett and nett of .w% 21 11 24 8C William Miller ...... .... 172. lots and 2 e of St Johns River 16 12 26 87% Flnnlgen & Givens ...... 21 57 then mix
.ett of nett eel of nw% wH of nw% j' tots 234 and sett less nett of H%..- 18 12 26 290 Unknown .... ...... ...... 456 enne 'pepper; pulverize;
and nw% of swtt. 21 11 24 200 Henning Land & Invt Co' 4 14 neo% less 6 acres on e side 19 12 26 154 W B Owen .... .......... 315 three tablespoonfuls of the powder
w% of nett" ee% of sw% 21 11 24 120 Unknown .... ........ 2431 l 6 acres on e side of nett 19 12 26 'C F HUberg .... .......... 143
nett of swtt 22 11 24 40 May L Agnew ...... ...... 100 ; eH of nwtt 19 12 26 80 W C Roy ... ... ... ..... 143 with one quart of corn meal and
net of nett 23 11 24 40 P C Woodruff .... ..-.... 1JO: ; nett of ne 14 of swtt. 20 12 26 10 G W Dickens.. ...... .... 100 for This Is sufficient
sett of swtt 21 11:4 40 B F Sanburn .... ........ 100 eH of sett of sett of sett 20 12 26 BBS Hastings .... ........ 100 dampen use.
nw,4 of 11111"% sett of nett e% of sett 23 11 24 160 A W Lawton .... .... 315 j swtt of sett of swtt and a% of sett for twelve fowls and may be used
nw% of sett 33 11 24 40 8 W Moody... .......... 100 of Mett of IIW%. 20 12 26 15 W C Roy... .... ........ 10 23
For
swtt of swtt .4 11 24 40 Mrs E P Moody .......... 100't nw% of nwtt w of river 21 11S 40 Fla East Coast Ry Co.. 100 either as a preventive or a cure.
nett of sett 24 11 24 40 E J Neher... ... ........ 100 I Ia 2 acres se corner of swtt of sett of the former once or twice a week :s
% of sett and sett of swtt 24 U 24 120 J E Matchett.... ......... 243j sett 21 12 26 2 L Williams ... ... ........ 130
part nH of n% in Putnam County.... 2S 11 24 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 100 e% of swtt of swtt of swtt n 12 26 I D LAMorgan .... ........ 44 sufficient. Hyp or wheat, soaked wellin
nw% o( I1w% In Putnam County' .... 28 11 24 40 R R Call ...... .......... 143 I tots 6 and 7 private survey of nwtt high wines or strong whisky, fed
n% of nwtt in Putnam County..... Z9 11 24 80 C M Howlett ., .......... 172 of nwtt 23 12 26 10 8 H & O II Pollock .. .. 88
sett of nett In Putnam County 29 11 24 40 Mrs E P Moody .......... 100 part nwtt of nett. 22 12 26 3 Chas Robinson ... ... ... 58 occasionally is also said to be a goodpreven'tive.

wtt of nwtt and iwU 15 11 25 240 F Q Brown .... .......... 384 part of nwtt of nett 22 12 26 13 Sebe Lyttle .... .......... ,143 .
ne% and eVi of seU .. 6 11 25 240 Florida Commercial Co.. 384 I I lot 13 KIrby subdivision sections 22 -

w'it ..... ...... .... .............. ...... 6 11 25 320:! Unknown .... .... ........ 466 and 12 26 4 John Stewart ... ... ... .. 130
set ....... .... .......... .............. '7 11 25 160 J E Sherrouse .. ...... 267 1 lot 17 KIrby sub-division sections 22 No. 3.-Blue mass and cayenne pepper .
( acre. to ne% of wUeU .................. 7 11 25 6 Unknown .... .... .. ..... 44 and 37 12 26 5 Henry Wiggins ... ... .. 130 each and a -
of sw% ...... ... ........... ...... I 11 25 40 Florida Commercial 'Co.. 81' tot 18 Kirby subdivision sections 22 one ounce teaspoonful
IIW% of wQnH ....... .......... .. .. .. 17 11 25 40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... .7 end 37. 12 26 William Sanchez ... .... 130 of laudanum well mixed and made
of aw% .... .... ..... .......... 11 11 25 80 J E Graham .... ........ Z 43 I lot 19 Kirby subdivision sections 22
ae14 of nw% and n% of ne14 .......... 18 11 25 120 J E Sherrouse ............ 3S l and 37 ... .. ......... ...... 12 26 5 pony Stewart ... ... .... 1 Into pills of ordinary size. Give one
eH of eU .. ..... 00 .. ............... 1S 11 25 80 Florida Commercial Co.. 143ne14 lot 3 prvate survey 22 12 26 5 John Owen .... .... .... 44 pill hour until the purging ceas-
of ney ..... .. ...... .......... .: l4! 11 25 lots 1 2 and n%- of lot a.............. 28 11 25 193 Florida Commercial Co.. 315 nett of nwtt nH of sett of nw% 23 12 26 60 Eliza Studwell .... ...... 143 es. Also a teaspoonful of brandy
sH of swtt sw% of sett .... ............ 39 11 25 120 Unknown .... .... ........ .3 00 Ia I n% of sett of nett 23 12 26 5 S V LaBree .... .......... 100 and .
% and nwtt less lots 15 16 17 and 18 nw% of set of sett 23 12 26 10 Martin La Bree .... ...... 87 morning evening.No.
and stt of swtt of nett .... ........ 30 11 25 470W H Whetstone. ....... 769 I nett of sett of sett 23 12 28 10 Mrs A E LaBree .... .... 87 4.-Cayenne and prepared
n% of sett and nH of sett of sett .... 3t 11 25 100 J W Pinner .. ....*........ 172 I swtt of nett and sH of sett of nwttswtt .. 24 12 26 60 8 J Hogg ...... .... .... 143 pepper
lot 32 ....... .v,. ........ ................ 32 11. Z5 7H W A Wilson .... ... ....... 4 56ti of nw% and n% of sett of nwtt 24 12 26 60 J 8 McKenzie ...... ....T. il3 chalk each two parts; pulverized
% and n% of swtt and swtteH of awls 31S 11 2S 450 Florida Commercial Co.. 6 61 I nett of .w% 24 12 28 40 Florida Finance Co .... 100
of nett of swtt of sw% .......... 1 11 26 5 E and H A Brown .... ..100 n% of a% of swtt of swtt 24 12 26 10 M Archibald .... .... ...". a gentian and pulverized charcoal each
eH of lot 7 and net of lot 10 ...... .. 2 11 26 30 8 E Smith ...... .......... 172 I nJ; of sH of nwtt of swtt book 35 p one part (measurement not weight;)
sett of lot 10 ........ ...... ............ 2 11 26 10 C B :Moore ... ... .......... 143 154 .... ...... ...... .............. 24 12 26 10 J C Greeley ... ... ...... 130:
nett of sett of aw'4 ...... ............ 2 11 26 10 T F Strobe .... .......... 100 e 15 acres of nett of nett and'' ett of mix well together and form a paste
nett of swtt of se14 ....... ........ .. Z 11 26 10 8 11 Fates ... ... ... ..... 17 eH of nwtt of nw 4 .. 25 12 26 20 Lucy J Tucker ... ... ... 315 with either lard or sheep Suet. Give
lot 3 and n 1C acre of lot 4 book 13 eH of sett of nw% 25 12 26 20 C Sammist .... ...... 100
258 .. 3 11 26 C6 Unknown ... ... ... ....3 45 w% of *ett of nw% 2H24: 20 John Wtngate .... .... 100 a pill the size of a comomn :marbleonce
lofa 134 Tens 10'u ud "C. book. 2 acres In se corner of nwtt of nw% 25 12 26 2 J A Austin .... .... ...... l 00 '
B page 457 .... .... .......... ...... 4 11S 139 Wm Stokes & Son ...... 3 4S wH of sett 25 12 26 80 E II Stearns ...... ...... 143 a day and keep in a warm and
part nwtt of settsett ....... .... ........ 11 11 26 15 C V Metcalf .... .......... 100 lot 1 Lindley subdivision 26 12 26 7 )(rs..A Scott .... ...... 381 dry place 48 hours.

of lIe% .. ............. .............. 11 11 26 40 S J Reynolds .... ........ 100 lot 2 Lindley sub-div 26 12 26 4 :Miss E W Varnum ...... 739
part nw% of ae% .... ...... .......... 11 11 26 B 8 E M calf .... """"" 243 sH of ee y and sH of n% of sett. 26 12 26 120 Alfred Rodd .... .... .... 2 U No. 5.-Carbolic acid one drachm;
nH of nett of nett of aw% and s 3-10 n 15 acres of lot 2 e of river 26 12 26 15 J C Greeley... .......... 2 U mix
. of f..tt of sett of nwttH ... ... ...... 13 11 26 8 I. W S Loft ... ... ... ... 130 commencing at BW,corner of Austin I glycerine, one ounce; thoroughly
of nett of ne% of swtt ..........,. 13 11 26 15 L C Thomas .... .........: 87 land a 2.37 chains e 14.80 ji 8.39 adding one. quart of water. Of this
stt of-e 1of sH of nett ? swttnH ...... 13 11 %6 31.3 R H Crosby....... ...... 68 chains w 3.48< chains s 5.99 chains
of e 1.3 of sH of nett of swttnett ...... 13 11 26 31-1 J B Boland .... ...... .... 68 w 3.2 chains part lot 3 26 12 26 SAW Farnum ... ... .'.... 262 solution tree two tablespoonfuls to a
of nett ... ......... 14 11 26 40 James BedleUnknown .. ............ 100 commencing at Austin land e 14.20 of water allowing the fowl access
fraction w of 8t JonRiver ........ n 11 26 81.3 .... .... ........ 58 t chains s 2.28 chains w 15.94 chains gallon
lots 4 and S In neVt ...... ............ 21 11 26 20 Otis Jones .... .... ........ 100 n 2.32 chains commencing 34.23 to no other water.
lot 1 ..... .. ........ .......... .......... 22 11 26! 26U Graham & Calhoun ...... 456 I 1 chains n of se corner of swtt w
eH of swtt of ewtt of swtt .. ........ 22 11 26 1 Sophia Me ks ...... ..:... 243 15.22 chains ne 5.28 chains e 15.45 The fountains and feed boxes
part lot 2 .. .... .. 22 11S 9 Mrs J P Whitney ...... .. 100 chains 5.77 chains part Iota 3 and
eH of sett of net( of ley.............. B 11 26 5 Lula Dotson .... ........... 87 4 e of 26 12 26 12% C M Sammrst ... ... ..:.. 3 63 should be disinfected with carbolate

w part lot 4 .... .-.... ................ :3 11:6 10 J P Lamb .... ........ .... 100 I nett of swtt and nwtt of sett 27 12 26 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 172 of lime or carbolic acid. The water
aw% less 15 acres to Marsh & liar part eH of swtt of ne% book 31 p 331 28 12 26 2% H B Schlllas ...... ....:. 143
nett ........ ...... ........ ............ 23 11 26 145 Willtam Lee .. .. .. .... 600ICO. nw% of sett of nw% 2S 12 26 10 0 L Thomas .... ........ 100 must be kept cool plenty of shade
e% of nwtt of sett of swtt ............ :3 11 26 S Jno Harnett ............ .. ntt of swtt of nwtt ... 28 12 26 10 W C Roy... .... ......... 2 43 and the free use of
lot 5 block 23 Slsco ...... ............ 2& 126 2H L II Lovering .... ........ 1 COw 10 acres of n n of sett 28 13 26 10 Norwalk Muck Co... .... 100 provided green
% of eH of nett and eH of w% of wH of IIe% of BW, of swtt of sett food indulged in, for those not attacked. -

nettnett ...... .... ........ 23 11 26. 80 Mrs M F McClure .. .... 414 and says of sett less 2H acres 29 12 26 96 N L Owen .... .............. 486
of 11111"% swtt of sett and e% of e% of nwtt of nett of nett 29 12 26 B H L Thomas .. .... .... net No food or water with the exception

sett of swtt ...,..... ........._... 25 116! 100 'E 8 Robinson .. .. ...... C 86 4 of wtt of sett of neo% 29 12 26 10 8 H Hurtls .... ........... 87 of soft or :moistened wheat bread
swtt of swttwH .... .... ..... .......... E 11 26 40 W C Barren. .......... 100 nett of ne% of nwtt and nett of nettsett
of swtt of .w% of nwtt ... ... 26 11 26 15){ M Harris ...... ...... 3 43 of net sett of nw% of nett in warm milk is needed for the diseased -
12-15 of e 6-20 of a% of awls of nw% 26 ll 26 12 Joseph Wells ...... ...... 2 43 and wtt of nwtt of nwtt of ne%".. 29 13 26 27 W C Roy.. ... .......... 7.27 bIrds.-Southern Merchant and 1 t
In sw corner of swtt of nwtt ........ SS 11 26 '5 Thompson & Dickerson.. 73 e% of nwtt of nw% of nett w% of
w% of swtt of nw% ..... ... .... 2; 116! 20 Florida Finance Co.. .... fi nwtt of net of ne% and .!H of lIe% 'Farmer.
s% of n% of nwtt of nwtt ...... ....... 27 11 26 10 E Griffin .. ...... ........ 315 of sett of nwtt 29 12 26 15 A J Hannerson ... ....... 1. SO
In e part of eH f sett of nett ........ 27 11 26 3 H P B Thompson .... .... 73 wH of eH of net of sett 29 12 26 10( Unknown .... .... .....?. 87
n% lot 1 ... .. .... .... ,............... 32 11S 30 Unknown ....... 87 nw% of swtt of nwtt 30 12 26 10 D G Staley.. ... ........ 1 72
sH of lot 1 ...... .. ... ... ..... ...... 34 u'26 20 Mrs Kate Pemberton ...: 107 wH of swtt of sett of nw,* 30 12 26 5 W W Hathaway... .... 87
nett of nevi swtt of nw% of nett and n% of swtt of swtt of swtt 30 12 26 S T W D Washburn .... .. 87 Choice Recipes.
nH of sett of nwtt of nett and eH nH of ne% of swtt of aw% 30 12 26 BOG Parker .... .......... 87
of swtt of nett nH of sett of nett stt of nett of swtt of swtt 30 12 26 B W P Bradstreet .........:.. 87 When making a collection of recipes
less 2% acres nwtt of sett of sett ne% of nett of sett 30 12 26 10 Johnson & Stephenson .. 2 43
of nettsett ....... .... ...... ............ 34 11 26 95 Mrs E Gaston ... ... .... 4 35 4 acres of n% of ne14 of net and which various cooks, called their
of nett ...... .......... ............ 35 11 26 40 W C Barron .... .... .... 2 00 sett of nw% of nett lees B aces ande I included furniabed by
w 6-10 of nw% of nw% of aw% .... ., 35 11 26 6 Alex Fortin ...... ..,.. ., 68 % 'Of swtt of nett ... ../ n 12 26 39 0 A Downing ... ......... 1 60 "best one
w% of nwtt of. .... of... ......... of 36 11 26 80 WC Barron ......... ...... 466 ae% of nwtt of nwtt .:. 31 12 26 10 J A Reynolds ........ .... 2 43 an old Virginia cook. The old **Aunty" -
w% of aw% nwtt lIe% nwtt e% of sett of nwtt 31 12 26 20 F A Williams .. .......... 87 I*
nett of sett ... ...... .......... .55 11 26 15 H A Curtis ... ...... 103 nett of nw% 32 12 26 40 Abbie A Hutchinson... 172 called them Chessie-cakes, and is
eH of nwtt of ae'i.... ..................X36 11 26 20 Florida Finance Oo ...... 68 stt of nett sett of nwtt and nett of such I pass along the recipe.
part J M Hernande grant w St swtt 32 12 26 160 Whitney & Knight ...... 3 IS
Johns .....llernandea. ........ ...... S'l 11 26 20 A J Smith ... '.. ... ..... 88 n% of nwtt 33 12 26 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 172 Line patty-pans with a rich piecrust
part J M grant w St eH of sett ne% of nwtt and swtt of
Johns ..... .. .. ...... ................ S'l 11 26 7H J H Smith ... ... ... .... 173 swtt 84 12 26 160 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 345 and fill with a mixture made
part J M Herna des grant book 25 In aw corner government lot 5 35 12 26 1 E H Sterns .... .......... 87 brown
.... ... ... ... .. .......... 39 with one cup butter two cups
page 694 11 26 23 08 & J T Thompson ... 10 53 wtt of nwtt 36 12 26 80 E H Sterns .. ...... .... 1 n
part J M Hernandez grant Book R part H S Dexter grant 27 12 28 70 D Wright .. .... ........ 17a sugar, yolks of six eggs and the while
page 203 ... ... .... ...... ............ 39 11 26 26 Ida B Harris ... ... ..... 627 part H 8 Dexter grant 37 1! 25 20 Chu Nash. .... ...... .. 1 J5 one-half of water.
part J M Hernandez grant ...... .... .8 111S 40 Harris & Henlon .. ...... 1 42 part D Acosta grant 38 12 26 154 Wright & Stearns ........ 2157 of one teaspoonful
part J M Hernandez cr-uu .......... :t 11 26 19H Fred P Allen ...... ...... 172 part D Acosta grant book 13 p 472.. 3* 12 26 14 E H Sterns ... ... ...... 697 Flavor with a dash of nutmeg. Bake
B 175 acres of Broward grant ........ 4ft 11 26 175 Unknown ...... .... ...... 466 sH"of lots 16 17 40 12 26 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87
lot 1 ..... ...... ...... ...... .......... 5 11 27 75 Unknown .... .... .. ..... l <' tot 1 block % 40 12 26 Mira N Mitchell.. ...... 172 slowly.A .
lot 1... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 7 11 27 28tt Unknown... '". ........ ,'7 n of M Mitchell Triay grant book J
lot 2 ..... ...... .. .... ..... ............ r 11 27 33 Unknown .... .... ........ P7 p 40 12 26 13 M E Parldnaon ... ... ., 302 Swiss cook gave me two recipesfor
lot 6 ........ ...... ......... ... .......... 9 11 27 25 Unknwn .. .... ............ 17 lots 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 and 20 block 24 what she called "Spice-nuts." The
lot 1 ...... ... ..... .... .............. lC 11 27 39 J C Greeley ... ... ....... t7 Triay 40 12 26 150 E Studwell ... ... ........ 273
sH of lot t,and 3 ....... ................ 27 11 27 68 E 8 Robinson .... ........ 113 lots 123 block 36 Trtay grant .40 12 26 4 E Studwell ... ... ....... 74 first was made as follows: Beat four
nH of swtt of nwtt .. ...... .. .. ...... Z1 11 27 20 U F Curtis .... .... ...... 100 lots 1 and 3 block 25 40 12 26 12 Ceo II Studwell ... ..... 87 and then beat with
part stt of nwtt book 3 p 365 .......... 28 11 27 7.J E Clow .... ............ 172 lots 1 and 2 block : 40 12 26 20 G II Studwell ... 115 eggs thoroughly
ntt of wtt of nett .... .... ............ zs 11 27 20 Clarence Avery .... ..... 112 n of Reltze and s of Swain Trlay '" '" them two teaspoonfuls of cinnamonand

s 4!& acres of lot 1 and s 61-3 acres ofw arrant.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 40 12 26 % of nw14 .. .... ........ ........ :t 11 27 10 D Mcdardy .. .. .. ..... 120 tie\a of tre24... ... .. ..... ... ....... 2 12 27 30 W L Brooks ... ...... 315 one of cloves. Add a half pound
s 26 acres of lot 1 ........ ............ Z9 U 27 26 Mrs M L Slaughter ...... 243 lot 7... ... ... ... ... ... .......... 3 12 27 40 Greeley & Barnett'" ... .. 100n of chopped citron and enough flour
6 acres of nH of lot 1 and S B acres of % of nett. S 12 26 80 J K Robinson ... ........ 172
a part of w% of nw% ............. 29 11 27 31 Mrs 8 A Hlckman ... ... 5 86 eH of awl of swtt of BW%. 3 12 26 5 J Oaoom! ... ... .,. ...... 100 to make a dough that can be roled
n 16 1-3 acres of lot 1 and 49 acre of swtt of swtt of swtt of swtt ....... 3 12 26 2H J B Harwell ... ... ...... 68 into thin sheets. Cut into small cakes
wtt of nwtt ...... .. .........'........ 29 11 27 "D M Stewart '". ... .... 486 '' art nwtt o( swtt of swtt o f.ewttnH .. S 12 26 1 C T EMls... ... ... ...... 44
part nH of wtt book 10 p 196 .......... Z3 11 27 14 H J & J Barlow......... 597 of nw% of swtt 3 12 27 20 J F Wheells .... .... .... 172 and bake.
nwtt of nwtt of setteH .... ............ 3t 11 27 10 H 8 Oalderwood.... ... 315 sett of sett less 2 acres and 11%_of
of swtt of nwtt o( sett .... ........ S1 11 27 5 H A Curtis .... ......p...... 243 nwtt of sett C 12 27 68 Chas Ittman ... .. ..... 302 The second recipe was two pounds
part aw% of nett book 14 page 48 .... 3t 11 27 S Alice Xorth .... ........ 87 part nett of nwtt book 14 p 128..... 4 12 27 15 0 Barber .. .... ...... 2433X4
wtt of .w% of awL of nw% .. ...... U 11 27 S Baxter Marr ...... ........ 100 w>4 of nwtt leas 10 acres 4 12 27 70 Mrs A A Storms... ...... flour one-half pound lard one-half

wH of nwtt of swtt of awls .......... U 11 27 S Geo Hidden .... .......... 243 sett of nH of swtt 4 12 27 10)1 E Carter ... ... ....... 100 pound butter one pint molasses, one
n% of wtt of nwtt of swtt -. ........ II 11 27 15 L L Harmon .... ..... i 43 swtt of nwtt of swtt ... 4 12 27 10 Cooler Morrison Mfg Co 87
sett and nH < 1 tt of lot 1 ...... .... S4 11 Z1 138 E 8 Robinson .... ........ 1 43 e% of swttand, wH of e% of nw% .... 15 12 27 120 E S Robinson .... ........ '; ate ounce cinnamon one-half ounce cloves -
lot 1 ..... ..... ... .. ... 11 27 4.60 Mrs C E Shea ... ... <.... 58 % of sett of sett It 12. 27 20 C K Hutohlns458 one teaspoonful soda. Cut Into
Ellis
lots !! 1* 30 36 40 41 49 w'TJ'ind 74 n 23 acres of e W acres of nwtt. I 12 27 35 Mrs R W White .......... 466
survey of Broward grant .... ...... 40 11 27 257 Pulaski Broward .. .. .. 7 9t se corner of nw% 612 27 10 C C Cowperthwatt ... .. 172 small' cakes like the others. Both

lot 81 Ellis survey Broward grant. 40 11 %7 10.88 Walter Cameron .. .... .. 1 00 wH of nwtt of nett and nett of sett I kinds must be baked but
that part lot 21 In Putnam county.. 6 12 23 42' Mrs M J.Hayman .... .. 100 of net and nett of seas 6 12 Tl 90 E S Robinson .... .. .. 627 quickly as
lots & 6 7 and 10 .... .................. .S 12 23 163 Henning Land & Invt Co Z 85 nett of nett and sett of sett C 12 27 80 C B Smith .... ...... .... 466 I they burn easily care must be takento
nw% ... ... ...... ........ .......... 12 25 160 Davis & GrteTetlon"...... 257 10 acres in ne corner of n% of set .. 7 12 27 10 J C Mummett ............ 100 f I
stt and swtt of nett .. ............. 11 1% 25 S60 .... .... ... ..... 456 stt of n% less 12 acres 'I 12 27 68 Horace Mlzelle .. .. .... 2 U have the oven at the right tem-
lots 34 and sH of lot iwtt ...... ........ 11 12 25 160 Unknown .... .... ........ 257 2 acres In w,4 of swtt book 22 p 665.. 7 12 %7' 2 Eph WtUlams ... ....... 58 I perature.
.... ........ ................ IS 12S 160 Plant Investment Co ... 257 nett 1 12 27 160 C I Rogers ... .. .... ..U"
n% of awls ........ ...... ..........., TZ 12S 110 Unknown .... .... ........ 143 nett of nett less 3 acres I 12 27 37 C K Hutchlns .... ...... 100 Eva GaIllard in New England
lot 1 private survey... ... ... ... .... 24 12'5 % L W Eaton .... .......... 44 part nett of nett book Y p 677 .... 9 12 27 ln 0 Kierstadt ... ..... 87 I
lot 2 private survey ... ... ... ...... 24 12 25 % Robt Drody ... .... ...... 44 Farmer.
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and do their .best but a good many DESCRIPTION.a. N.'j 0 :i
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that it is possible to overcrowd the : o nbra 0 e.. be 0 '"
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aa\e plenty of room to move about.

The great mistake Is in keeping too e% of eeV of nw34 of nw34 .... .... 10 u 27 5 W 0 Smith .... .......... 100 lot 1 Manning sub-dlv Hudnall
wli of e34 of .war of nw34 .......... 10 1% 27 10 J R Soorrer .... .......... 100 grant 41 13S 6 lira S E Bartlett .. .. 4 M
mail) hens together. It is safe to % of ...... .... .... ...... ....
say w ne34 11 12 n IO! E Bauble ... ... ... ..... 1013 lot 8 Manning sub-div Hudnall grant 41 IS 26 I Leonard Dakin ... .. 315
that more than fifty in any one penis se34 of ne34 .... .... .... .. ............ 11 12 27 to Unknown .... .... ...... 100 m '* .- MJ '., Itudnall s.'i.l 0.
e 1-12 of n 12-20 of s% of Jot a.. ...... 12 12 21 8 E Ames .. ...... .......... 100 book 13 p U 13 Z6 1 E H Sterns .. ..., ....... 110
too many. The writer has never lot 5 lees part to Hubbard and others U 12 27 12 Fourth DlngweJJ ... .. 315 Stafford Place Hudnall graft .. 41 13S n S II Barbour ... ... ..... 617
eeu nor heard of as many as 500 hens nwr of se34 and n 17 acres of w',4 of ne34 aw oar of Dyke Place Hudnall grant U 13 Z6 1 0 A La Bree Est ... ... 87
of se34 n 1% acres ot se5r of adjoining ae! cor of Gardner grant In
being kept on any one farm, although ne% of 8531 Jess 10 acres to Rosa Hudnall ,rant 41 13S 3 Joseph Hick .. .. ...... 2 CI2
there E Chamberlain .... ...... ...... .... 13 12 Zl 65 Mrs R A Gautier ... ..... 262 part Hudnall grant book 9 p 183. 41 13 26 1% Pat Dwyer .. .. .. ...... 171
are a good many places where e 934 acres of e 11 acres of nwr of nwH of neH. 2 13 27 40 T W Towuend.. ... .. 100
regular poultry breeders keep more near ... .... .... .. ............ ...... U 12 27 934 1.1 C Mayer ... ... ...... 130a lots S 4 5 61 8 Towles sub-dlY....... 7 13 27 48 Johnson & Stephensol .. 11 Mi
% of ne% of ne34 of se34 ... ....... 13 12 27 5 A C Lovelace .... ....,... 100 i tots 9 and 10 low lea sub-dlv 7 13 27 20 MillS E W VarnulU .... 111
than this on a piece of land much 5 acres In sw comer of ne% of ae%.. It 12 27 I Sump Solomon. .. .. .. 100 e% of lot 5. -.. 7 13 f1 10 S R Mackln.on .. .. ... 1 vi)
smaller than the farm. ne34 of neV of sear .... .............. It 12 27 10 Mrs A W McKinney. .. 100 I aH of eH. I 13 27 SO J C Oreeley ... '" ....... 143i
average n34 of ne34 of sear less 1 acre .......... It 12 27 II W R Saunders ............ 172Inw i nwVi of 11 13 27 to J C Robinson ... ... ..... r.I
An are contains 160 rods. % of ne%.. ...... ....... 1. 12 27 to W A Rawls ..' ....... .. 100 nwH and seVi of swH. 12 13 27 200 Unknown '". ... ... ..... 315
square 1 w 6 34 acres of aw34 of 1Ie% of ne% .. 11 12 27 6%Mrs Ruth Bacon .. ........ 2013 neH of neH. II 13 27 40 J A Braddock ... :3 Sf
if this a divided into lots each con e 2% acres of s'4 of se34 of ne%...... It 12 27 33S HeIde ...... ............ 115 I lot 1. :& 13 27 160 C B Smith ... .. fS

taming twenty square rods there near w% of.. .nw34. .....of...ne\6.. ..of...sw34. .....and. ...part..... IS 12 27 160 J F Wheells .... .... .... .. 267 ne tot%5.of lot 2. II 1. 13 IS 27 27 160 40 Thos Fessenden Shelley&; Todd Est ..... ........ 2 87 43of

will be eight lots. Put fifty hens into of ne34 of sw34 book 18 p 18 ........ 15 12 27 It J E Stan .... ...... ...... 345 % 1ot I... ... .. .. ... ......... 1. 13 27 40 Unknown 100k
5% of nwy4 of nw34 of nw34 and n34 >t }...... ... .. ... ... ... ........ 17 13 27 64 Unknown .. ... ... ... ... 100
each alternative lot and there will be of sw34 of nw34 of nw%... ... ... 15 12 %7 10 10lra E M Pierce .......... 117 Iota 1 and 4.. ... ...... ... ... ....... 11 13 27 80 Unknown .. 12
200 hens to the acre and the man who aw31 of IIW% .... .. ........... ...... 15 U 27 to J and 11 J BarJow ... .. 100 lots 3 4 6 C 7... ... .. ............... n 13 27 It Johnson & Stephen.oD... III
n% of ne34 of ne3of net ............ IS U 27 5 Unknown .... .... ........ 68 part lot 5. '5 13S 10 T B Shirley.. ... ...... 100tart4.
keeps them up to the limit of produc- 13 28 3 Unknown ... ... .., ..... U
n% of &4 of ne34 of ne34 ........ .... 18 12 27 5: J W nays ...... .......... 68 lot 6 13 Z8 M W H GuJdna ... ... 172
t ion will do very well Indeed. The 13 of se'4 of near of near ...... .... IS 12 27 6 George 11111 .. .... .... .. 68 aw% of lot 4 and nH of neH of lot 3.. a 13 28 15 D L GauJden ... ... .n'... 172
only way this could be done would be .w'4 of ae34. .... ...... .............. IS 12 27 40 J C Greeley ...... ........ 100 nH of wH of lot 3. 113 28 5 E E II07t ... ... ... ..... 51
s 22 acres of lIe% of nw3r .... ...... IS 12 27 22 E L Rugby .... .......... 100 a% of ne% of lot 4 and n 15.20 of tot
to plow the empty lots and sow in sw34 of ne34 of nw3r .... .... .......... 17 U 27 10 J R Taylor ... ... ......,. 1013 1 and lot 1%. 113 28 60 W V Spencer ... ... ..... 173
them w 13 acres of n% of sw3r of sw34 .. 17 U 27 15 J R Taylor.,.... ... .... 172 tot 5 less 6 acres ........ S 13 28 Sf 0 F Braddock .. .. ...... 143
some quick-growing forage n 15 acres nw34 of ne% .............. 17 12 t7 15 0 W GUchris .. ......... 100 85.10 of e% of lot C 13 28 5 J C Daymond ... .... ... 44
crop--that is forage for hens. There se34 of ne34 of ne34 e 12% acres of s'4 n% of lot 11. 'J 13 28 20 Miss H C Braddock .. .. 100
of nw3 of ne% and e 234 acres s% of tot t 13 28 20 J A Braddock :. ....... 1 U
is nothing better than lettuce for this nw% of nw34 of r.e'4... ... ... ... 17 12 27 25 Chas Hitchcock ... ...... 2 32 nH of w 24 acres of tot 4. 'I 13 Z8 13 H C Braddock '" ........ 87
It s% ot ne'Q 5e34 and s% of se/, of neH of ne%. 1 13 28 to T N Oautier ... ... ..... 17
purpose. rows quicker than almost sw34 ... ...... ...... ...... .......... 17 U f1 260 S S Neck ... ... ......... 38t w% of lot 1 and lot 2. 1 13S 418 J J Kelly.. ... ... ...... 111
any other thing and fowls of all w% of nw34 of ne%... ... ... ......... 17 U f1 20 FI& Finance Co.. ... .... 87 nwH of swH. .. 113 28 40 Jenkins &; Laker ..... ... 300
kind ere fond of it. n% of nw34 Jess n acres ... ......... 18 U 27 59)1 A Brent 'f' ... ....... 2 C3 e% of lot 1. 1 13 28 22 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 172
very part se'4 of nw% ot nw% book I p wH of lot 4. 9 13 28 Sf J W Maull .. ... ........ 17
431... ... .. ... .. ... ... ... ......... IS 12 V 7 James Small ... ...... 130 '
As soon as 1.1- lettuce is well start- 4 acres in lIe% of sey4.. ... ... ...... It 12 17 4)1ra F E Dean .'." ....... 87 1 acre In tot 3. 9 13 28 lr1n OriD11lJey ..... 4C
of of .. ... ........ :0 lot 6.. n 13 28 20 Johnson &; Greenleaf .... &I
ed, but the hens on these lots and ne4 ne% 12 27 10 Geo E Adams ... ... .... 184
at w% of neJ01 ne34 and ae34 of ne34 lot 1.... 11 13 28 60 3 A Braddock ... ... .... 517
once sow the others. This rotation less 10 acretI of raw" w :9 lot 2. IS 13S 60 'E R McKean ... ... ..... 100
water lot bounded w by Waterstreet
kept constantly going would keep the acres of 5.1,1 of nw%... ... ......... :0 12 27 1st 8 S Neck ... ... ... ..... 3 75ew3y s by n line of Adams streetn
of serf- of .w%... ... ... ......... .20 12 27 10 D 101 Kirby. ... ... ... .. 2013e by Lucas e by river Palatka.... M H Dalton ... ... ..... C 57
ground fresh all the time besides furnishing % of ne'4 of ne%... ... ... ... ...... 20 12 27 10 W 8 CUllbman .. .... ... 87 ne cor lot 1 (60x40ft block 1 Palatka Josephine Allen .. .. .... 35 90
green feed for the fowls. ne% of ee34 of nays ... ... .. ..... :0 12 27 10 L Merryfield .. .. .. ...... 67nw34 one-half: Int In block 3 Palatka...... First Unlversaltet Society
of ne34 swV of ne34 less 18
of Rochester N Y... 43 13
Besides the green feed acres and 1134 at sw34 of ne4<... .... 20 12 27 60 J E Marshall .. .. ...... 315s one-half Int in block 3 Palatka.. Mrs C T Hart ... ,....... 43 83
great care 4 acres of near of nw3I and nw34 of tot 4 block 10 Palatka................. J H Warren ... ... ...... 1731
must be taken about the houses that seS4 of nw34 .. ... ... ...... ........ 21 12 27 1. Geo Altree ... ... ....... 130 n part lot 1 (361-3x100 ft) block 12
ne34 of nw4 of nw34... ... ... ...... n 1287 10 J E Starr ... ... .. ...... 173r44 Palatka C A McLarty ... ......... 2612
they are kept perftcely clean and of nw34 and 35 acres of swy of
se34 and 8W% of near of se% n% an unsold parts block 15 Palatka.... Mrs M Shelly ... ... ...... 35 10e.ll
about the diet of the hens that theyare of ne34 of ne34 of ee%.. .... ... ... n 12 27 90 J D Ba.rt1ne ... ... ...... 232 unsold parts block 16 Palatka.... Mrs M Shelly ... ........ 11 'Z3
fed properly varying grain with a% of sw34 of ae%... ... ... ........... n 12 27 20 A Vandervort I.. ... .... 68 .w w% of tot lot 2 4 block block 23 21 Palatka Palatka F B Purse ... ... ........ 384Mra
nw% of neJi of ae34... ... ... ..... n 12 27 10 A L Mundy..... .. ...... 58 cur lot B Moore Eat ... ... 881
meat feed of some kind such as e .3 acres ot e% of ne3f... ... ....... n 12 27 013 M and I Long .. ... ..... 315 cental a side block 32 Palatka .. 0 W BromweU ... ...... 172
lot block
ground meat, fresh cut bones, etc. e% of nw34 of sw/ of aeJ4... ........ n U 27 'E Goetz .. ... ... ....... 44ne34 ae eH cor of lot 2 book 32 10 Palatka p 615 block.32 Amos Cook ... ... ... .. 384

Lime in the of .w%... ... .. ... ... ...... ... n 12 27 to Unknown ... ... .. ..... 173 Palatka Edmond Sheppard ... ... 2 73
shape of crushed limestone Jot 1 block S5 Hunt1ngton ... ... .... 22 U 27 Fla Finance Co .. ... ... Its nw cor of lot 1 block 34 Palatka.... Footer & Shiver .. .. ... 3 IS
e'4ot aw% of .,w%... ... ... ........ Z2 13 27 10
sea or oyster shells should also Sump Solomon ... ... ... 100 w pa.rt.1ot 3 block 34 Palatka J McLana ... ... ... ..... 315Henry
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be a part of the diet. ne34 of soff(.ae34... ..and. .. w34.. ..of...se34... .of....seh.... 22 12 27 60 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 202 nw part cor*H lot of tot 1 block 3 St Jacobs 36 Palatka Hall..block...... Small. .. .. ....... 3 84
Jot 7 block 37 ... ......... Z2 lZ' 27
Huntington Mrs Lu1a Smith ... ... ... 100 36 .
liens! confined in close ... ... .. .. .. St Ja.coh81Ia.JJ... ....... 1'72
quarters are e34 of neJ,4. .... Z3 U 27 80 Joe Braddock ... ... .... 597a e% of tot 4 block 37 Palatka D F Buky.. ... .. ....... 881
liable to fal in to vices through idleness t acres of ae'4 of ne" of eeJ4... .. 23 12 27 t Fred Nolan ... ... ....... 73n3 -part lot 1 block 38 Palatka: C C Hayw>rd.. ... ...... 456
and lack of nw'4 of nw3y.. ... ... ...... U 12 27 20 F T Rutherford .. .. ... 100s ne part tot 2 block 42 Palatka..... H C Loomis ... '" ...... 100
of proper feed to supply all % ot ne'II of ae14 of IJW 4 and s34 of .V* of lot < (SOxt:Oft) block 44 Palatka -

their needs. They learn to nw34 of 5w34 of sear.. ... ... ........ U 12 27 10 Lee Nutting .. ... ...... 345 ... Geo Barnes ... ... ....... 486
eat eggs, In I' cor of ee3r of se34... ........... Z5 U 27 Adam Pnlden ... ... .... 1013 8% of wH of tot 2 block 49 Palatka.. M F Dean ... ... ........ 1164
a habit which once fixed will about 1% acres of se34 of aeJ4 Look 11 p 125 Z5 U 27 134 L Thomas ... ... ... .... 172 lot 2 block 51 Palatka .. Chas Rivers ... ... ... ... 5 fl

ruin any flock and learn n' of se34 of ne34 of .e%.. ......... 2S 12 27 5 Jesse Ross ... ... ... ..... 213e3 lot 5 block 55 Palatka J R Taylor ... ... ........ 111
they to pull ,', of ae% of ne34 of 8e1 ............ 25 lZ 27 2% C Johnson. ... ... ..... 171 cent 1-3 of lot 5 block 57 Palatka .... Masonic Hall ... ... ..... 115
feathers from each other, mud this is s% of nwY of nw"... ... ... ... .... 26 12 27 20 Lovelace Bros ... ... ... 243nwa4 cent lot w side bOCk 58 Palatka... H M Evans .. .. ........ 243
of sear of se%.. .... ... ....... 26 U 27 10 SA Lowr7 .. ... ......... 100w eH of lot 5 block 63 Palatka......... Christian Union Hall .... t 97
something that curtails the production 5 of nw'4 less 7 acres to Judd and lot 1 block 66 Palatka I W Purcell 181
of eggs, prevents the fowls from % of se34 of neat leas to Horr.... :7 12 27 90 Mrs Mary Robinson .. .. 4 86 lot 1 block 67 Palatka R B McLaughlin guaid'n 4 56
n% of se34 ae'4 of se's nw34 of IIW% tot 2 block 67 Palatka .. ... ... ...... Fred Rivers ... ... ...... Inn
becoming fat enough for market and and 6 acres In nw34 of ne34... .... Z7 12 27 165 Unknown .. ... ... ...... 345 % of lot 1 block 68 Palatka P and J Rivers... ........ 2 84
makes them sea; of neh lees 6% acres ... ... ..... 28 12 27 3334 lIra 11 J Robinson ... ... 100 I Ie 1834 I of lot 1 block 68 Palatka W H Jefferson ... ... ... 200

unseemly to look at, % of 8&%... ... ... ... ... ............ 73 12 27 SO Unknown ... ... ... ... 172 n part lot 2 block 68 Palatka Boyd & Jefferson .. .... 3 IS
and very difficult if-not impossible tocore w It acres of .w1,4 of nw%... ... .. Z9 12 27 It C F Horton ... ... ....... I.Z a part lot 2 block 68 Palatka J :F Boyd ... ... .......... 466
com 7 chains e of .w oar of nw% s H of lot 5 block 68 Palatka W Hampton ''Eat..243e',4
without considerable expense.It n t88 feet e m feet s 98S feet w 429 of lot 4 block 68 Palatka Unknown ... ... ... ..... 243
feet book 29 p 3U..... ... ... ..... 29 12 27 C J Patch ... ... .. ..... 160 wH of lot 3 block 69 Palatka....,... M V Roundtree .. .. .... 243
would require all one man's timeto e% of nwy4 of ne%... ... ... ...... 29 12 27 820 J R Tyllen .. .. .... f.8 nH of tot 6 block 69 Palatka W H Berry Est ... ... ... 2 43
take of s% of n4 of.% of nw.% of IW%.... 29 12 21 6 J Saulsbury 8r.. .. .._ 100 e 1-3 lot 6 block 71 Palatka. 0 W Nichols ... ... ..... 143
care an acre of hens whereso a of nw3r of swY... ... .... .. ...... 29 U 27' 10 J Saulsbury Jr... ... .... 1 nnw" Jot 10 block 71 Palatka ...... Amelia Moseiey ... ... ... 171

many were kept and the profits of ne4 of nw3;... ... ... ........ :9 12 21 10 D 101 lirby ... ... ...456 n% lot U block 71 Palatka E 8 Bell ... ... ... ....... 172
would 'tV 15 acres of nw% of De%... ... .... :0 12 27 15 Mary J Smith .. ... ..... 143 BH tot U block 71 Palatka J H Dickinson ... ... ... 1 73
not be over $.00 for a year, unless e% or sw34 of n :0 acres of e all block 72 Palatka J H Cole trustee ... ..... 597

he had very exceptional facilities 25 CnS of ne34 of nw34 ........ .. 30 12 27 .0 J 11 Jennings .. .. ...... 6 27 w 1-3 of tot 7 block 73 PakUka Ed McRae... ........ .... 17
n IS aozha of e 2S acres of ae" of nw corner block 74 Palatka J A Colyer .... .......... 315
for marketing his eggs.If ...... ...... ...... ... ?012V 13 J D Danlne ... ... ... 202 central lot w side block 77 Palatka .. Jack Moore... ... ... .... 172
comet 1080 feet lof nw cot of sec e 00. lot 29 block 80 Palatka Alice Stanford .... .;...... 172
chickens were to be raised for 1815 feet a 720 feet w1815feet n:20rbet e 2-3 block 85 Palatka Unknown ...... .....< .... 213
... ... ... .. ... ... ... ......... JO 12 27 30 Unknown ... ... ... .... 51S all block 87 Palatka J B Henton '" ... ........ 100n
market more land would be required lot If Kirby sub-dIY 1% of nw%.... 11 U 27 5 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 58eea4 1-3 of block 94 Palatka F Q Brown Trustee ...... 58

,ir expensive building must be erected, less 4 acre... ..... ....... ..... U 12 f1 156 F Q Brown ....... 315w all block 97 Palatka F Q Brown trustee ...... 100
% of ew3r of ne34... ... .. ...... U 12 27 20 Davis Washington ... .. 100n all block 104 Palatka/ W F Forward ...... ...... 44
Out the profits are much larger than % of n614 of .wl4... ... ... ......... 13 U 27 :0 II C S Finley.. ... ... 10' all block 106 Palatka T W ft C J Llchtenburg 44
wbere the hens for e of se'4 and se's of ne%.. .. ..... IS 12 27 100 Mrs J L Burton ... ...... 241 all blocks 115 116 and 117 Palatka .... T W & C J LJchtenburg 17
are kept eggs. .% of nay of ne'4 of ne34 .. .......... as U 27 10 L R Johnson ... ... ...... lit all blocks 125 and 126 PaJatkaTTT..... T W & C J Ldchtenburg 58

The' breeder In secs (book 3j: p 518) as 3C and..... 17 12 27 S D R Morrow.. ... ... .. 58 lot 12 block 155 Palatka John Gorman .... ........ 384
poultry who is going n% of w% If lot I Carrier plot book nw corner block 159 Palatka G W Hanlon ...... ........ 172

oto the business with the idea of sell- U p 98.. ... .. ... ... .............. 36 12 21 3.1S I Barker .. .... ... ...... 20% lot lots 1 1 block and 2 162 block Palatka 163 Palatka. J W Purcell ...... ...... 314
w% of e4 of nw% of n'w34 and w% uf 0 W Soapier .... ........1164
,ng eggs at market prices must give nw% of nwa4 e of railroad book 13 p H Interest to lot 3 block 163 Palatka Unknown .... .... ........ 243

his hens plenty of room or devote too 'ZI book lip 402... ... ... .......... 1& 1J 27 13 F T Rutherford ... ..... 303 w 1.3 of lot 6 block 163 Palatka .." Chas Rivers .... ........ 243
aw% of se34 ''Of se3i... ...... .......... 3' 12 27 10 T McLane ... ... ..... 100 lots 5 and 6 block 164 Palatka ... Cash Taylor .... ...... .. 384WlIHam
much time to them. It is easier to e 8 acre ne% of se+r o. ye3,.. ..... It 12 27 8 Jake Lovell .. .. ..... ... 172 a part tot 3 block 165; Palatka ...... Griffin .... ...... 1 09
Keep 200 hens where they have the w 2 acres ot -sea4 of ae% of .e%.... 56 12 27 3 M Slater ... ... .. .. ... 100 n eH part of tot tot 3 1 block 165 Palatka Milo KIng .... .... ...... 172
near of e14 lees 1 acres ... ... ..... U 12 27 39 Thomas Over tre6t ..a .. 284 block 167 Palatka Tim Mlddleton. .. ...... 172
run of a farm and unlimited range Jot 5 Newbold dower plot .. ... ..... I 12 28 to J F Rush ... ... ... ..... 1.1(1( n 1.3 of lot 7 block 167 Palatka ...... R D Hunter ...... ........ 200
:ian it is to 100 where Iou S 4 and say of lot 2.............. 10 U 28 no J F Rush .. ... ... ...... 17l lot 4 block 170 Palatka William Stevens .. ...... 143
keep they must lot 5 and n',4 tot C leas land sold to lot 6 block 170 Palatka Root Jones ...... ........ 143
oe penned up and cared Tor every G&ut1 Broe .. ... .". ... ...... .. IS 12 28 25 l\Irs R A Gautier .. ..... t 21 lot 5 block 171 Palatka C Holton .... .. .......... 1 43
part Iota C and 6 book 11 p :;'I...... 18 US 10 Frank Gautler ... ... ... au e 2-3 of tot 10 block 171 Palatka .... Wash Bllaby .... ........ 172
dour of the time. The farm hen, if Dart lots 4 and 6 book 1S p %48........ 18 12 28 10 E B Gautier ... ... ... ... ItS all 175 and 176 Palatka .. ?. J B Henton .... .......... 172
she has good blood and is given good l lots a I 'B and 24 Higg1nbotbam plot S1 12 28 20 H A CottelJ .. .. .. .... 100 all block 117 Palatka Unknown .. .... .......... 58
I Ian sw34 of DW%, '". .. ? ........ n 12 23 :0 M A Turner ... ... .. .. 172 all block 178 Palatka Unknown .. .... .......... 58
(core wt,:.) produce $2 worth of eggsn I sea4 of eJ4 of nw3r and put sw34of all Mocks 179 180 and 181 Palatka .... William hers .... ........ 87

lot S... ... .. ... .. ... ......... 11 128 U J M Seeley ... ... ... ... 41. all blocks 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 and
a at a cost of not to exceed 189 .
year
n 3 acres of w% of swy of seat of Unknown .... .... ........ 202
a cent for feed. The penned-up heni nw% and 7 acres sear of sw'S ofnw34 lot 14 block 195 Palatka Unknown .... ...... ...... 100

... ...... ... ... ... ... ........ 31 U 2s 10 J Booth.. ... ... ... ..:.103 tot 13 block 195 Palatka Albert Doby .... ........ 143
i i not produce any more eggs and e'4 of se34y of sw34 of sw'4 ... ....... M n 2S 'E E Hoyt ... ... .. ...... 58 lot 2 block 198 Palatka James Walker ...... ...... 172
icr feed will cost pretty close to $1 seat OIl ... ... ... ... ... ........... 31)225 to C J M Cgp... ... ..... 100 tot < btock 198 Palatka M J Trueman .. ... ..... 2 43MarcelliM
put Jot 1 B HJg&inbotbam plot book lot 10 block 203 Palatka Pullen .. ...... 1 72
u car, and she must 'be charged with 11 p %0... .. ... .. ..... .. B US !4 Rebecca Busby. .. .... a central lot ne side block 206 Palatka: Alonzo Cole .......... .... 172
lot 4 and part Jot 1 HlninbothampJot. n% of block 247 Palatka Unknown .... .... ........ 384
ie time of a man In caring for her, ... ... ., .. .. .. ... ... ..... .. 31 12 28 I E F Ames ... ... '". ..... 113 lot. 14 and 15 block 253 Palatka .. J R Baldwin Est .... .... 3 15
v i .e kn free sister h fed as one ofe Iou 5 and .... ... .. .. ... ..... ..... :: 12S 50 C J M capes .. ... ..... 172 lot 4 block 256! Palatka Unknown .... .... ........ 100

; im' dents of lot 1 Kirby enb-dlv .. ... ............ 1 13S 40 G 'W B Dakin Est... ... 141 lot 8 block 259 Palatka T H McMannU ...... .... 213
i ore-breakfast lottdand 21 Dak1n sub-div. ... ...... 1 IS 26 U Joe H Green ... ..... 11 lots 9 nd 10 block 259 Palatka Jno U Wilson ...... .... 384
1'1"U, time is not an element ton lot 24434 Worcester... ... .. .. ...... 2 13S C Chas Seymour .. .. .. 68 all block 262 and w% block 263 Palat
GoTt lots 1 end 2... ... ............. 2 13a 106 Unknown ... ... .. ...... 113 .. 0 W Brorawefl 6 27
oun ;ed. lots Z and 'i .ub-d1v Gort Jot 4. lot tot 10 block 264 Palatka O W BromweU ........ 243

2 wb-dIY Gort lot I... ... ...... .. 4 13S 27 W K Pierce ... ... ... ... 117 lots 10 and 12 block 271 Palatka J R Grant Est ... ... ... 172
i ne ".vporillnity to make money lot a 8ulMliY Gort lot t... ... ....... 4 IS6! 20 K D Pierce.. .. ... .... 172 lots 91113 block 271 Palatka John O'Brien .... ........ 243
I l\ b\ lot I sub-dIY Oovt Jot 4... ............ 4 13 26 15 E A Ben on ... ... ..... U ne corner block 239 Palatka Rachel Queen .... ...... 143
oreeding poultry is one that lot 4 wub-o'ly Oovt Jot 4. part Jot IaulMilv central lot e side block 289 Palatka .. S Boyd ... ...... ........ 143
w ,ungs peculiarly to the farmer. The Oovt Jot 6... ... ... ........ 4 13 2S 27 Mrs L K PIerce ...... 117 lot 100x150 feet block 289 Palatka .... F H Towles .... .......... 143
a% of n34 of near and n M acr8 d '" lots 10 and 11 block 295 Palatka J A Colyer .... .......... 200
.:J.' 'I WI'' makes a business of it in ar of ae%... ... ... .. .. ... .. ... I 13 2S H C E Sevette .. .... ...... 213 e% block 296 Palatka 0 W Bromwell..... .... 3 43Mm
tnpeti ,un with the farmer must lots J a I U 12 15 22 M and e% of lots 1 and 2 block 299 Palatka B S Brown .......... 111
lot 1 and w% Jots 6 and IC... ... 12 13 26 C2 0 W Ii Dakln Est ... ... 13a tot 7 block 239 Palatka ....- _. E D Thompson .. ...... 100
w ""-k h 'arstly and for all lots 41314 23 and e34 of lot 5 and w%
earnestly lot 13 block 299 Palatka ............ 143
W
H Vaughn
of Jot I private .. .... ...... 12 IS. Z6 33 Leonard
survey Dakin ... ... .. 20 a' eats all block 33) and 321 Palatka 0 W BromweU .... ...... 2 84
tots of ne%.. ... ... ... ... ... 13 13 2S 40 G W B Dakin Est ... ... 100 part center lot on s side block 329
i'<'ed broilers and Kirby 8ub-dJT Drayton .land ::t 13 26 13 lIcKonkey Brae ... ... 315 Palatka William Bridgeworth .. 130
for
ng capons IoU 13 and It TOwles sub-d1Y Dray- all Mocks 338 339 340 351 352 and 353 -

N p HI'rv market is another thing ton I.land ... ... ... ... ... ......... 3S IS 26 :0 0 Y Parker ... .... .....5. 169 Palatka ''.. .... ... I O W Bromwell .... -.....10 28
s'1 of tot 15 TowJes aub-d1y DraytOn lot 2 Harts plat of Palatka'jie1g.hiS Peter Peterman Fit ...... 14 41
.. a i hat nothing to do with keeping shad .. ... ".0 ... ... "0 ... ...... :D 13S S A A w'httzky ... ... .... 213 eH of lot 20 Bogero's addition to Pa- .
ie :as :* ,er the eggs are supplied.farmers .- lot adjoining Pelham Park book 20 p 22 'lJ 13 26 I.OS latka Height Abbie L Peck ... ... ..... 130
t Valentine survey Cape&; KIng'Sley. .
w% of lot 20 (311x160 ft) and pt of
o1ee. ..... ......... D IS 2S 5 Michael o-Conner .. .. .. 2 sz Mock 21 OSHxSO feet) Rogeros addition ; -
FraDda Richard grant .. ._ .. .... 40 13 21 1060 R 0 Cols Eat n' ... ..... 1t.1 to Palatka Heights W C Moore ... ... ..... 160




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three inch wheels joined in a circle

2 andnwoorner lots 18 and 19 block C Youngs add and fringed about the edge.
of block
n cart lot C andn 2-3 of eSf of block D to Interiachen ... ... ... ......... David A Robert Young.. 1 45
and n* PalatkaHeights Henry Jones ... ... ...... 30 tots 1 and 2 block D Youngs add toInteriachen ... Either of these would wear indefi

Whites addition D to and n 99% feet of ... ... ... .... ... ... ... W O Smith .. ... ....... 2 73 nitely.
'ZI H feet of lot 4 and w% of lot 3 and lots 4 7 S 12 U It
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lot E and e 9%: feet of lot 1$ 22 23 and X block D
Young add t Another for
11 and lot 12 pretty tidy a chatrba.ckIs'
CO feet of lot 6 addition and to Palatka to Interiachen. ... ... ... ......... D Young Eat ... ... .... 8 03
block 3 Whites J Cunningham ... '". .... 435: all block 'E Youngs add to Inter- made of six wheels of ecru linen

Heights '.. Whites'addition 'to 'piUtoPa iachen ... ... ... ... ... .......... .. D Young Eat ... ... ..... 2 73 thres at each side and wide of
lot J block 3 .... ...... .... ........ J B Jones ... ... ... ... 202 blocks II I J K and O lees cemetery -:' Q strip
latka Heights &ddlUoo Youngs add to Intertachen. ...... D Young Est ... ... ..... 4 S6 satin ribbon between; a silk tassel
lot II block I Whites ... ... .... 130 all block N Youngs add to later-
.. .... ...... L C Williams
latIaL Heights ...... .. addition lachen ... ... .. ... ... ? ,. ., D Young Est ... ... ..... 1 78 ends the ribbon, doubled under in a
Iota 1 and 4 block 12 Whites. D B Lewis ... ... ... .... 202 lots 8 to 15 inclusive block 0 all V and three-Inch fringe ends the low-
to Palatka Heights Mock P and lots 11 5 8 17 18 21 and -
1-3 block 2 Whites addition to Par 22 blockQ Youngs add to Interiachen er wheels. J. W. W.
s Miles Jones ... ... ....... 35
latka Heights ...... .. .. .. .. ....:.. D Young Est ... ... ..... 4 06
part Iota 1 and 2"i33i0 feetV block all block 14 Keuka ... ... ... ........ W II Lattln ... .. ....... 58

10 Harts addition to ..Palatka'i'bloc'k .... .... Robt Onrtcnneld ... ..... 687 Iota tend 5 blocks B add C Keuka W H Latlln .. ... ...... 87
Heltb a .."Harts addition lot 1 block E Keuka ... ... .......... C A Rodgers .. .... ..... 87 An Object Lesson.In .
w4 of lot 12 N ... ... ...... warehouse lot 50x50 fi s of depot .1
R Corler
Palatka Heights ...... ........ .. the State of Tennessee, in Frank-
to block E Keuka ... ... Peter Gerxnond Est ...... 202
lot 3 block 12 Harts addition...to....Paall ...-. John Prescott ... ........ 346 lot 1 block O Keuka ... ............ Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87 lin county many years ago a numberof
Idka Height. ... ... ... lot 12 block E Keuka ... ... ... ....., 8 H Reeves ... ... ... ... 58
lots 4 I 6 7 block 12 Harts... ... addition......... E S Brown ... ... ........ lot 2 block 0 Keuka ... ... ... ..... B F Bennett. ... ....... 87 German Swiss people bought a
to Pa1Mka heights lot I block O Keuka ... ... ........ Jno Prescott ... ... .... 68 of lands that had been
lots 1 and Z block 11 Harts..addlUon......... S L Cook ... ... ........ 273 lot 4 block H Keuka ... ... ... ...... W H Laittln ... ... ....... 58 large quantity
Heights Palat- Iota 1 and 2 block L, Keuka ... ..... A Collins ... ... ......... 58 run down by improvident and careless
blo4Iaraddttion to Unknown ... ... ... ..... 414 lots 123 and 4 block 3 Bostwlck... Parker Carroway .. .. 44
Ita ockrihBurts W Palatita all block 4 and lots 1234 block S cultivation. These lands originally -

U addition Jas Burt agt ... ... .... 769 Bostwick ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... Parker & Carrowar .. .. 58 fertile, had reached such an exhausted -
.. .. .
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Rcaghts lots 1 2 3 4 7 and S block 14 Bost

ale lots Tit 19 llfcoek S .Burta Jas Burt agt ... ... ..... 557 wick .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... Parker & Carroway .. .. 44 condition by the cultivation
addition to PalUka Heights lots 6 7 8 block 25 Bostwfckeft ... ....... Parker & Carroway .. .. 73
all lees lots 11 and 12 block Hurts ... ... ..... 567 Mock 34 Bostwick .-. ... ... ..... O M Manning ... ... ..... 58 of cotton year after year that they
addition to Palatka Heights .. ... Jas Burt agt lot 7 block 36 Bostwlck ... .. Wm McIntyre ... ... .... 44 could not be depended upon to grow
all block 4 Burls addition to Pala.tka.Iletcho. lots e and 7 Mock 37 and all blocks "'"
.. ; ... ........ Jai Burt agt ... ... ..... 22 58 38 39 40 and 41 Bostwlck ... ... ..... Parker & Carrowar .. .. 130 any crop with profit. They were sold
an leu Iota 7'and'i biock e Durts &d- lots 1 and 4btock 42 Bostwlck ........ Oeo W Brooks ... ... .. 100
... ... ..... 667 to the colonists at prices
ditlon to Palatka Heights ... .-... Jaa Burt agt lot 19 book 22 p 494 block 1 Bridgeport varying

.H block 7 Burts addition to Palatka... Jas Burt agt.. .... ...... 345 ...... ... .. ..... ...... ......... A B Webb ... ... ... ..... 21 87 from $9 to $15 per acre. 'Much of the
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Heights ... .. "* lot 25 block Bridgeport ... ... .....
'addition Paiat: Isaac Beatson ... ... .... 87 surface was sdarafied with deep gui
n% block 7 Burts to Horace Clark ... ... .... 1473 lots 14 and IS Mock' 8 Br1 geport.... C .H Paull ... ... ... ... 315
ka t tllVl...ei""Burt. 'additionto lots 1 and 2 tock 21 Bridgeport.... L, W Lewack ... ... ..... 243 lies. The red clover of the soil made
% leM *> Jas Burt agt .... ... ...... 41C lot 2 book 26 p 495 block 24 Bridgeport -
Palatka Heights ... ... ... .n ... ... ......... H H Bedford ... ... .... 1 73 these gullies appear very unsightly
all block 10 and e U block U Burts lot 8 block 43 Bridgeport ... ... ....% Mrs Susie Palmer .. .... 3 15 blurred the with
... ... .... 840 They landscape
Jas Burt agt .
addition to Palatka Heights ... .... lots 13 14 15 16 (book 23 p 743) block

sH block 12 Bums addition to PalM 47 Bridgeport ... ... ... ... ........ Edw CoHlck ... ... ..... 202 their sterile appearance and illustrated -
... ... ..... 345
Ita Heights ... .. ............ Jas Burt agt lot 17 18 19 20 book n p 765 block 47
n% block 13 Burts addition to Palai- Bridgeport .. ... ... ... ... ... .... Jno Luxmore ... ... ... 273 the effects of the cultivation of
... ... ..... 345
... J.. Burt apt lot 3 block 49 Bridgeport ... ... ...
ka Heights Hutchlnson .. .... 7 39 E 8 Kinney ... ... ....... 315 cotton under the plantation and share
lot I block 11 Creecent City.." ..... Henry lots 156 (book 22 p 146) block CO :'

lot 30 x20 feet bot of Oauter block Bridgeport ... ... ..... ... ...... George Booth ... ... ..... 117 system without proper rotation and
.. 1 30
36 Crescent City ... ... "v......... Fannie D Neweome e>* lot 4 book 9 p 455 block 60
and cent block 37 :Bridgeport ... ... ... ... ... ... ... fertilization. The colonists enteredat
In sw cor < part ... ... ..... 14 78 E C Bangs ... ... ....... 1 73
Crescent City C H Preston w 4 of tot 3 block 50 Bridgeport ..... Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87 once upon a systematic method of
75 feet block 41 eU lot 4 book 9 p 455 block) 50
lot Crescent w 125 fet city>y a .. .. ...... Maria Wesoott ... ... .. 202 Bridgeport G A Whit. ... ... ........ 173 improvement. Gullies were stopped
60 feet'br a IJG'feet block lot n (book 12 p 338) block 60
part lot 1 n mnnurial applications were made, clover
43 Crescent City ... ... ... ". Chas Johnson ... ... .... 117 Bridgeport ... ... ... ... ... ...... A F Williams .,. ... .... 3 45
lot leN lot to Lee block 43 Crescent lot 7 block 59 Bridgeport ... ... ..... Jacksonville Saving and was sown, rotation of crops was
... ...... 273Palatkit
.... ... ... ... Frank Swanson
City Impt Association .. ... 130e
43 Crescent City... ...... Nat Bank .. .. 243Jerrr % of lot 2 Mock 59 ..... practiced the depth of the plowingwas
block Bridgeport.
an Wilson .. .... ... .. 1 73 Wm Baldr ... .... ....... 1 72
lot 2 book 12 595
44 Crescent City block
lot 2 block p 60 Bridgeport gradually increased and within
all block 45 Crescent CXty M S LaBree ... ... ...... 172 .. ... ... ... A F Williams.. ... ...... 215
s V4 of block 45H Crescent Mary C LaBree .:: .:::: 466 lot 15 book 15 p 696. block 61'Brideport the space of six years the Soil was no

p n% of lot 45H Crescent CI :7... ... D B Preston Est 4M ... ....... D Corotier ... ... ........ 2 02 improved that twenty bushels of corn
.. ....... 597
lot Z block 46 Crescent City ... ... Judge. J C Hale lot 24 block 61.Bridgeport, ... ........ D G Luen ... ... ........ 87
fractional lot 2 block S3 Creecent lot 2 block 62 Bridgeport ..... ...... where not
e% Reuben. Thomas .. .. ... 1 72 were grown on places onefourth -
J W Maull ... ... ....... 202 lots 1 4 5 6 book a 101 block
all City Grove Oct 80 CmwenY'Cttr".*./*. J R Preston ... ... ...... 537 Bridgeport.. .. ..p. ... ... ....76.. Emma DeWitt ... .. ..... 130 of this yield could be obtained

all Grove lot 32 Crescent City..... C H Preston ... ... ...... 637 lot 13 to %4 Inclusive book 21 p 102 when the colonists bought the land.
eMi of n% Grove lot 112 Cr* oent block 76 Bridgeport ... ... ... ..... J D DeWitt ... ... ...... 130
Allen Brxntior ... ... ... 117 lots 4 6 12 13 block 93 .... In the me'antimeor harma were
Bridgeport 8 E Bishop ... ... ....... I 73
part TwH"of'ntf Grovi"lot 113"Orevcent McLeod ... 202 lot 14 block 94 Bridgeport ... ... .... Unknown ... ... ... ..... 1 43 planted and meadows and pastures
City Tube """" lot 34 book 22 p 45 block 130 Bridgeport

part w4 of n% Grove Jot 113 Cresstt ... ... ... '" ... ....... Horace Kirkland: .... 117 sfcwn. Large stock barns were erect
Franklin ... ...... 117
Frank lot 35 block 130 .., '
Bridgeport .
cent ity George Thomas .. .... 3 15
Grove lot'uV Crescent'cityil... Wash-Berry ... ... ....... 173 % of lot 15 75 feet front on Park ed and cosy comfortable dwellings

all Grove lot 11. Crescent Ctty ., James Williams ... .. .. 1JakeAmos avenue book 2p 431 Bridgeport .. Joel Lewis .. .... ........ 117 built. The old fields whose onlyprodutts
wtf Grove lot 117 Crescent Ctty...... ... .. .. ... .. 143 lot 14 book 5 p 52 Bridgeport .. .... Anna Baldwin ... ....... 100
ne cor of w% (50x100 tt) Grove lot 117 tot 30 book 6 pi Bridgeport ... ..... Jacksonville Savings and had. been broounedge, are
Crescent City F Q Brown trustee ...... 117 Impt Association .. ... 4 14
all Grove lot 120 Crescent Cttr.... Peter Hinson ... ... ..... 143 lot 128 Bridgeport ... ... ... ... ... W E Parker ... ... ...... 173 now growing luxuriantly the hay and
an Grove lot 133 Crescent City. .... Ottes Wall ... ... ... ..... 243 tots 172 and 173 book Q p 369 Bridgeport pasture grasses which furnish food V
all Gcove lot 137 Crescent Ctty ..... D Davis ... ... ... ........ 243 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... James Spago ... ... ..... 345 for herds
of
all Grove lot 138 Crescent City..... Jake Amos ... ... 143 tot 262 book 5 p 189 Bridgeport ...... N R Hamer ... ... ...... 315 .: large cattle. A creameryhas
eft Grove tot 143 Crescent City. Mrs, H L, Benham .. .. .. 58 lot 264 book 2p 638 Bridgeport ...... T Blanchard .. .. .. .... 100 been erected which supplies the
lot 1 block B (book 32 p 196) Crescent: lots 370 and 371 book 9 p O Bridgeport -
City 'Nellie N Benham ... .... 273 ... ... ... ... ... ........... H A Jaqutta ... ... ...... 173 year round a market for the milk and
part block X Crescent CIty Hill .... L P Rosslter ... ... ...... 2 43 lot 348 book 2 p 518 Bridgeport ...... John Nelson ... ... ... ... 1 43 batter sto that how the butter of Oel-
part block X (80x275 ft in sw cor) Iota 22 and 24 Bridgeport ... ... ..... Mrs M Meeker ... ... .. 100
Cre Hill Laura Missouri ... ....... 130 videre is shipped by the hundreds of
block 3 Mason. Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87 F. C. BLANCHARD and
ocks 12 13 14 15 Mason Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 Tax Collector of Putnam County Fla. pounds dally the skimmed milkis
.":: 3 taken home by the farmers and fed
120 sad Zi sad o f ac.1 ,
...... ...::. ....: .:':.: ..7.....: Unknown ... ... ... ..... 130 to and
'ks27282930313334353< Mason Unknown ... '". ... ..... 384 pigs calves.
blocks 41 42 43 44 45 Mason ..... Mrs W C Braddock ... .. 100 Household Hints. A tough fowl may be made tenderin Nor did the improvement stop

f4 block 67 Mason ... ... .......... Mrs L.Webber ... .. ..... 58 this
... Mrs L Webber ... ... ... 87 way. here. Churches and school houses
ot > block B Mason ... ... ... .. Addled egs are far nicer than boil
.ot t block B Mason.. ... .......... 0 F Braddock ...... 143
n% of lot 2 block 1 Welaka! .. ........ R J Broad ... ... ........ 100 ed eggs. The following salad dressing is nice were erected, the roads were worked

lot 1 Wock 8 Welaka... ... ... ...... R J Broad ... ... ........ 243 for both meat and vegetable salads flowers and shrubbery and trailing
of lot 4 Mock' 8 Welaka.. ...... W O Broad ... ... ....... 143 Have your water boiling lay the
ell Mock 20 Welaka ... ... ... ..... R J Broad ... ... ... ..... 13 In and will keep indefinitely.Boil vines a basin with
Iota 4 and 6 Mock 24 Wetaka ... ... R J Broad ... ... ........ 24S eggs cover boiling Water two until the ,, and there is now a "harmoni-
Iota 2 and 7 block 34 Welaka ......... )I.J Morris ... ... ....... 173 QUt on the lid of "basin and set eggs yolks are
ett block 40 Wrtaka.... ... ........... R J Broad .. ... ... ..... 100 the mealy, rub them smooth (after cooling oils flow of beauty" and an air of com-
aU IMS Iota 1378 block 41 Welakalot R J Broad ... ... ... .... 87 eggs upon the back of the store fort at home. The
4 block 42 Welaka.. ... .......... Geo'T-Russell ... ........ 243 where they will keep up the same ,) and add one teaspoonful of dry every Cumberland
eVfr block 43 Welaka.lot ... ... .. ........ R J'Broad ... ... ... ..... 115 mustard, one of salt, a little mountains, in all their unconcealed'10velinl"SS
8 block 44 WeiakaaQ ... ... ........ John. Kennedy.. ... .... 173 temperature; ten minutes will make cayenneone form the
blocks 45 and 47 and block 461eeebbland2aadeotiandWe them delicious soft-cooked all tablespoonful of olive oil; mix antil background to

take ...... ... R J Broad ... ... ........ 4.03 through, not hard whites and watery smooth then add two beaten eggs, the lands belonging to the colony.
all tai Tot. SO land U block 48 Welaka and lastly half a of vinegar this llelvidere is an object lesson that i
cup ;
. R. J Broad ... ... ........ 145 yolks.
C W Harvey ... ......... 143 is better If made the day before it is should be studied thoroughly by every 3
Ms 2 and 4 block 49 Welaka .. ..... ; coffee In
... ... ..... 1 72 Keep an air tight vessel, (a progressive farmer In the Southern
A C Whitman
all block 60 Welaka ... ... ... ...... needed as it "becomes more smoothly
all block 54 Welaka.lots ....... George Douglass .. ..... 200 fruit jar is best,) and the last groundswill States. It shows what be
.. .. .. 114 blended.A may accomplished -
1234 block 66 Welaka......... George Douglass
e% block 67 Welaka ... ... .......... J W Huggins ... ... .... 115w be as strong and aromatic as the by intelligent labor upon
block 67 WekUca ... ... ... ...... Mrs Julia Cebbltts ... .. 115 first. j good family mucilage is made
lots II 4 block 68 Welaka ... ....... R J Bread ... .. ... .... 115George with equal parts of arable and the farm. It demonstrates the valueof
lot 1 block 69 Weteka ... ... ....... Douglass .. .. .. 243 The nickle trimmings of the gum an industrious immigrant in
lots 2345 block 69 Wetaka ......... L F Willis ... ... ... ... 315 ringe gum tragacanth dissolved In sufficient converting
part sett of eel( and part w% of will need no hard rubbing if they are water to make thick the valueless Into a thing of
sett and 15 acres of w% of sw% a paste.
of setf... .. ... ... ... ............ 34 11 26 45 Ell Ryan ... ... ......... 1012 cleaned with IVarJine every time the6to'.e J. W. W. value; the unfruitful Into joyous fecundity -
part ne% of seii or lot 9 private is poli&hed. Polish first, then ; hideousness in the landscape
survey ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... J4 11 26 9 Alex Fortin. .. ... ....... 117 .
putt wH of see book 13p 364....... U 11 28 10 J C Cebbttts ... ... ..... 241 dips damp cloth into the box of Pear- into blooming attractiveness, and the

n 2S.cl'ftl( of nwK of se% ... ....... S4 11 26 25 Alex Hooven .. .. .. .... 143 line, and rub the different bands J Tatting. small taxpaying property into one
e %-6 of w 25 acres of n A of BW%.. M 11 26 10 O R Smith ... ... ........ 2 15 "
part sett of ere 4 of sail of .w%...... S4 11 26 1 J M Young .. .... ....... 68 knobs, etc., it will remove all Tatting, so popular with our mothers contributing largely to the revenue

part .% of eK of ne*... ... ...... I 12 26 8 S H Grechaxnft ... ... ..... S1 smooches of blacking and keep it and grandmothers has been revived of the state. Wornout land feeds no
s t% acres of n 18 acres of e% of
nwtf of neu.. .1 12 26 9 Wells & McCauley. .... 117 bright and lustrous. This same treatment and today we see the Ivory shut people, helps no railroads pays no

nwV& of swU of net... ... .......... I 12 26 10 L Stern trustee .. .. .. 100 ;, applies to the tea-kettle and hot tles flying back and forth. taxes, educates no children, brings no
sw>4 of ne4 of nwJ4 ... ... .......... I 12 26 10 J C Gmrfey ... ... ....... 1'2
part wtt of lot 4... ... ... .......... 3 12 26 1 Frank Oastea ... ... .... 44 water tank whether nickle, copper or Unlike the olden time it is used blessings, cheers no lives, awakens no
ett aluminum.The for a wide variety of laces ambition. unsightliness repels lEs.stet"illty
nwH of w% of lot 6... ... ... ...... I 12 26 10 J R Kennedy... ... ... .. 1 71 garnishing
.5 acres of w 23 acres of ntf of lot I 3 12 26 5 J D Cole ... ... ... ..... E7 aluminum stove-ware is a boonto of all descriptions, fringe tidy wheels, discourages, its flag of thrift-

nw grant cor .lot...1. and... .ne.. .cor.. ..of....Crosby........ S 12 26 19 C W Harvey ... ... .... 7M housekeeping; it is now quite ex- children's caps, yokes, cuffs, collars lessness dishonors. What the South

lot 3 block U Satsuma ... ... ..... H J Barlow ... ... ...... 1 43 jabots and handkerchiefs.One needs is 500,000 farmers such as have
lot 6 block 11 Satsuma ... ... ........ J H Morgan Jr ... ...... 143 pensive, but without doubt will be
e 6 acres in lot 13 Nock U Satsuma A J Morgan ... ... ...... 87 less so as time passes; a tea-kettle of the daintiest handkerchiefs made Belvidere famous in the agricultural -

lot 8 block 22 Satsuma ... ... ... ... Unknown ... .. ... ... .. I 0" I have seen in a twelve-month had a wide history of the county.
the numberof
n% of lot 3 Nock Satsuma S H C Rowlsy .. 1 tOw weighs, forgotten
% of lot 4 block JS Satsuna ..:':.::: 5 Mrs E 8 Waters ::. :::: 100 ounces, but it is surprisingly light border of tiny tatted wheels. No. 150 The farms of Belvidere are .not for

Iota 9 and 10 block 62 &Uum\ ... .. 10 J F Fargo ... ... ... ... 1 W linen sale and of
used. them
lots 1 to 8 inclusive tlock S3 Satsuma and in such utter contrast to the old- being many could not be

.. ... .. .. ... ... ....._..... 39 8 Otis Jones ... ... ... .... 911 time iron ones, that used to make so Some of the ecru lace Is specially bought for $$0 per acre. The settlers

plat 1 Saratoga.. ... ... ... ........ 39 11S 13 Mrs M C Gar ... ... ... 1 M for have made homes
plat 3 Saratoga.. ..... ... .... ...... 39 11 26 13 0 A McDonald ... ...... 1(0 many backaches. pretty aprons. in which they are
peat 7 Saratoga.. ... ... ... ........ 39 11 26 13 E T Stewart ... ... ..... 1 00 About a dozen different patterns of contented and happy. They enjoy
ptat 14 Saratoga ... ... ... .......... a 11 26 12 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 An orange salad is the latest idea,
plat 18 Saratoga ... .. ... .......... ?9 11 26 10 E B Torrer ... ... ... ... 100 and to be served with tatting are gIven with illustrations in health and the comforts, and many
plat 19 hi plat book 28 p 265........... 39 11 28 10 T J Murphy .. ... ... ... 100 game. "Harbour's Prize Needlework Series bi the luxuries of life. What
plat 24 Saratoga ... ... ... ........... 39 11 26 25 Andrew Wilson .. .. .... 1 73 : Select sour fruit the peeling is left more
wH of *% of lot 1 block 1 Inter ; No. I, together-with general direc- : can additional .wealth give them1Thc'ir :

iachen..... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... F Halford :Est .... .... 117O on; lice them very thin remove theseeds
tions for beginners how to join ambition: is satisfied their
Iota 4 and 5 block 1 Interiachen..... tad C E Oalliard .... 3 15 and lay lettuce leaves in ;
e rtlot2andlot-$1454789 S upon wheels, etc. daily labor gives them the sense of

Work 2 Intertachen ... ... ... ..... E S Brown .. ... ... ..... 627 any fanciful design, cover with may
lots 22 to 27 inclusive block 2 Inter- The price of this book Is 10 cen'tand being useful and independent. Each

tacbenlots ... ... ... ... ... ............ Peter Petennan Bat .... 486 onnaise or French dressing. can be obtained at all first-class one has a balance in bank to providefor

11 and 12 block 3 Interiachen.. Baxter Marr ... ... ..... 1 43 Very tough meat may be made palatable -
lots 1 and 4 block 7 Intertechea.... F Halford Eat ... ... .... 7 39 needlework stores or from the pub- a rainy day. There is not a social

tot 1 and fractl lot on Tremont by careful cooking. Never allow lisher, Harbour Bros. Co, Dept. A., strife. They practice an Arcadian
street block 11 Interiaohen .. .. .. Robt Lone ... ... ... ..1478 it for It
boil
lots 1 to 10 Inclusive block 12 Inter to rapidly toughens 218 Church St, New York City. Other simplicity of life and manners. Above

. lac hen ... ... ... ... ... .. ......... E S Brown ... ... ........ 414w the fibers. Let il come to a boil, skim, and more elaborate patterns be all they are teaching the American

% Mock 13 Interiachen ... ... ..... F Halford Est ... ... ... 3 15 then set back the store where it may
lot 2:!t and 230 block 16 Intertachen Lott Allen ... ... ... ..... 1 72 upon found in Nos. 3 and 4 of the series, a farmers thatthrift is better than

lots 2S1 232 233 234 block 16 InterUcfcen J R Minor ".. ... ... .... 315 will just simmer and it willcome collar with Vandyke points.In the.lat great wealth, with all its cares end
lots 23 24 25 and 26 block 20 Inlerlacnea -
..... . .. ... ... ........... A I* Ross ... ... ... .....1063 from the kettle tender and juicy. I ter book being especially handsome. temptations and that contentmentand

lot 195 block 22 Interiachen ... .._.. Lott ADen. (... ... ... .... 37lot. Corned beet should be allowed to i These books all come at the same Industry, with good morals, are
13 to 19 and 22 and 23 block B
Toungs add to Interiachen ........ D Young Est ... ... ..... 3 43 cool In the pot liquor else it may be I pri e. the most,precious jewels of this .life
lots and 17 Wock C Toungs add t
16
to Intertachen ... ... ... ... .;.... D Young Est ... ... ..... 117 dry and tasteless. A very serviceable chair or easel .-Col J. B. KUlebrew.THE .











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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 3. ..


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Sacrificed to I t r CALL FOR The precincts will be entitled to the Meeting of County Committee.The .

following representation: po>r
County Democratic
ExgcutifQ
I No. 1 Crescent City 5 delegates
U COIIY8AIIOI
aColDlY n nTo
rn Xo. Georgetown, 2 delegatesNo. Committee held a meeting hero CU

f BloodPoison.. Norwalk, 1 delegate Thursday of last week, at which time It

be Held at 12 X. July H, 180S, Xo. 4-Welaka, 3 delegatesN was decided to hold tho County Coii-.

Those who have never had Blood Pol- ->. 5-Como, 1 delegate vention In Palatka on Thursday, July
at Palatka. No. Pomona, 1 delegate
eon can not know what a desperatQcont No. SaUuma Heights, 2 delegatesNo. 14th to select delegates to the State and

dition it can produce. This terrible 8-San Mateo, 1 delegate Congressional Conventions. Thursday

r disease which the doctors are totally For Precinct Heetings, for the Purpose No. 9-Ea t Palatka, 1 delegate July 7th, was named as the day for tIle

unable to cure, is communicated from of Electing Delegates to the No. 10-Orange Mills, 1 delegateNo. ; I holding of the primaries to nominate

( one generation to another, inflicting its Democratic County Convention 11-Palatka Heights< 2 delegates ,M j I

taint upon countless innocent ones. and Also to Hold a No. 12-Ward 1, Palatka. 3 delegatesNo. 1111 ICE\ county officers.

Some years ago I Inoculated with poison Primary Election to 13-Ward 2. Palatka, 4 delegates R IMITATE ; 1JiY.TH I The committee recommended Wm.F.
by a nnrse who infected my babe with blood Nominate County No. 14-Ward 3, Palatka, 2 delegatesNo. : Anderson for county registration officer
taint. The little one was 15-Ward 4, Palatka. 3 delegates
I and S. R. Jerkins
unequal to the Officers.A to fill the unexpiiftl
and Its life wa:yielded So.lG-Interlachen, 5 delegatesNo. EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGSis
term of County Commissioner vice T
up to the fearful poison. 17-Johnson, 2 delegatesNo. .
for six untold long year I tuffered I precinct meeting will be held in 18 Baldwin, 5 delegatesNo. due not only to the originality and W. Thompson, deceased,

was eorered with misery sores i I each precinct In the county on July 7, 19-Putnam Hah, 4 delegates simplicity of the combination but also : The call for the convention and priC
and nleers from head to 1S9S, for the purpose of selecting delegates No. 20-Bannerville, 9 delegatesNo. to the care and skill with which it is
foot, and DO language to the Democratic County Con- maries, and the rules governing the
can express my feelingsof 21-Bostwick, 3 delegatesNo. manufactured by scientific processes
wo during those long ) vention, to be held in Palatka July 14, 22-Francis, 5 delegatesNo. known to the CALIFORNIA FIG STEUP holding of the primaries appear else

years.medical I treatment had the Ser best .f: 1898, for the purpose of selecting:; dele- 23-Ward 6, PdlaUa, 2 delegates Co. only,and we wish to impress upon where In this issue of THE TIMESHERALD. -
and
eral physicians sueces y- sssBBBBflsBBBsVIF Vslrely gates to the State Congressional Nb. 24-Ward G, Palatka, 1 delegateNo. ail the importance of purchasing the .
treated me, but all 'M Conventions and transacting such other 25-Ward. Palatka, 3 leie\ ate true and original remedy. As the -- --
to no purpose. The mereurr business as be properly brought
and potash seemed to add fuel to the I before the convention.may On the same TosErn PniCE, Chairman.F. genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured The need of a good Spring medlclndisalmoHt
awful flame which was deTouring me. I wal C. L5LANCHAIU, secretary, by the CALIFOKMA FIG SYRUP Co. universal
advised by friends who bad. seen wonderful day-July 7-a Primary Election will and Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures made by It. to try Swift's Specific. V>'t only, a knowledge of that fact will this
be held in each precinct in the county a exactly meets need. Be
got two bottles,and Ito felt hope rerlre In List of Inspectorsfor assist one in avoiding the worthless .
my breast hope health and happinessagain. for selecting caudidates of the Democratic sure to get Hood's.
Improved from the start and a com.plete party, for members of the Legislature the Primary Election to be held imitations* manufactured by other par

is the and only perfect blood rare remedy was which the result.reaches 8.8.8.desperate and other County Offices to be July 7, 1893. ties. The high standing the CALIFORNIA Decoration Day.

cases. M...T. W uz.Yontgomery. voted for at the election in November, '" Precinct No. 1-G. 1<-. Sprague, C.M. FIG SYRUP Co. with the medi- Last Monday being the 30th day of
,Ala.
under the following rules and regulations Marrow C. II. Gautier. cal profession, and the satisfaction
,
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S. S. 8. which May, a day set apart by the Grand
blood remedies
Of the many : Precinct No 2-W. D. Allen, E. W. the genuine Syrup of Figs has Array
is the only one which can reach deep- bt. That the precinct meeting shall J. Parish, Daniel II. Causey. given to millions of families, makes of the Republic as Memorial DaywheJX

seated violent cases.and It never fails the toeurr be held at 10 o'clock a. m. for selecting Precinct No, 3-R. W. bard, J. II.Ueaslef the name of the Company a guarantyof the graves of the Federal soldiers rest-
perfectly permanently delegates the Convention. Dave Locket. the excellence of its remedy. It is
most desperate cases which are beyond to County ins in the cemeteries throughout the
the reach of other remedies. The primary election shall be held from Precinct No. Lawrence Tucker,C far in advance of all other laxatives Nation decorated
are with flowers
and
10:30 a. m. until 4 p. m., except in the \Valaron, A. J. Reynolds. as it ajts on the kidneys, liver and ,
City of Palatka and Palatka Heights, Precinct No. 5-D. E. Dusenberry, J bowels without irritating or weaken a suitable ceremonial service M con-

S.S.S.rneBlood which shall be held, the primary meet. W. Harrison W. S. Prior. ing' them and it does not gripe nor (t tied in their memory. tht\G. A. R.

lag from 3 p. m. to 6:30 p. m., and the Precinct No. G -J. M. Cook, D. W. nauseate. In order to get Its beneficial ixX P... ,- observed the day. Thy were

precinct meetlng.Pt 7 p. m. Perry, W. H. Cook. effects please remember the name of
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to the
is PUBELT VEQITABLX and is the only 2d. The officers of this election shall Precinct No. 7-T. V. Hinks. W. L. the Company- accompanied cemetery bv veterans -

blood remedy guaranteed to contain no be three inspectors, one of whorp shall Cato, Ben Weils. of the Confederate camp, ladies and
mercury, potash, or other mineral. act as clerk. Should either person so Precinct JSo. 8Gabe Turner, M. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. school children. The day being excess-
Valuable books mailed free by Swift
fail to at the polls to Solano Jr. W. F. 8 AN fKA>CISCO C.I.
Atlanta Georgia. appointed appear Rogero. ively warm th<* assemblage was not as
Company, ,
Specific_ ; perform his duties for fifteen minutes Precinct Nb. 9-D. A. DunhamW.E. LoriSVILLE. Cjr. XCW TORE.T. .
large aon former occasion. The
after the time to open, then the inspector McCIung J. D. Ha an. __ )
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or inspectors present shall fill the Precinct JNO.: IU-it. L.. now en. ;.15. The Mailed Knight of the Sea. graves of the Federal and Confederate___
vacancy from the bystanders. Providedno Hazel, Thomas Lloyd dra *ri.- ilecoraled. There are over
Pale Attention. (Dedicated to the Battleship Oregon.)
People candidate shall be an inspector Precinct No. II-W. P. AndersonB. fifty Mildiers'graves! in the cemetery. .
3d That at the said primary election P. Calhoun. J. C. Sands. Come on! come on! brave brother, here,and the number is in.
YonJookPale none but the Democrats who voted the Precinct No. 12-r f. O. Davis, Peter We wait with throbbing breast, annually
straight Democrauc state ticket at the Gardner, 11. C. Loomis. The coming of our brother creasing. The service is a touching

Eecl Tired ? last general election, or who will pledge Precinct No. 13-H. Peterman E, C. From our borders in the west. tribute to the soldier dead, and Memorial -*

themselves to support all the nominees Kelle, W. E. Wattles. Day Is steadily increasing !n public
Got Spring Fever ? of this primary and have qualified them I Precinct No. 14C. I. Rowton,J.R. Your path is filled with dangers interest.

selves to vote by registration, ana those Dunn, Joe Points. So long to us unknown; ;

Your Blood Democrats who have become qualified Precinct No. 15-A. Usina, H. Y. But we pray the God of battle Indigestion, constipation atOI l liver

Needs Tonic. voters since the last general election, Snow, M. W. Stewart. To shield and guard his own. disorders yield to Prickley Ash Ditters.
a and those Democrats who will becomeof Precinct No. 10-
x age at the time of election, shall be Precinct No. 17-Richard Vause, Jr., W s will trust m Him, brave brother, It strengthens the whole system an"-.

Take a bottle of allowed to vote at said primaries.4th. D. P. Johnson, C. A. Lehardy. I In smooth or stormy sea, purifies the blood. Sold by Ackermaa

Quaker Remedy Co'e The inspectors shall keep a poll Precinct Nom 18-W. L. Fennell, L. And our greeting and our meeting & Stewart
list of all persons voting and return the lrice.T. B. Lovelace.
Shall make the foeman flee.
....IRON PILLS.... same, with the ballots cast, to the secretary Precinct No. 19-E. B, Lane, W. J. The Putnam Guards
of the committee, on or before 3 Green, J. E. Cauthen. lie is watching for thee, brother, The Putnam Guards held a meetingat
Gives strength and tone to the entire
Yheeks and o'clock p. m.. on Saturday July 9. At Precinct No. 20-W. J. Bryan, Aaron But our scouts are giving heed the
and makes ruddy last for drill
Friday
system armory night
the close of the polls they shall publicly Varnes M, Bohannon. To every lurking monster ,
.. neb red blood. '
count the ballots cast and announce the Precinct No. 21WmRegisterDP. That tries with thee to speed. at which time thirty members answeredto

100 Pills 100 Doses result and shall make duplicate certificates Hancock, A. B. Townsend roll call. The following additional
of the result, one of which shall Preciuct N,. 22-Ed. Smith, James And woe betide "Temerity"That officers were elected:

F1HCE FIFTY CENTS.costs be retained by the clerk and the other Cannon, J. M. Smith. dares with thee to cope; F, C. Cochrane 2d
sergeant.
delivered to the member of the executive Precinct No, 23T. B. Anderson, Our brave and gallant brother '

little to give them a trial-why committee, who shall in person deliver Wm. Ivers II. C. Davis. From far Pacific's slope. Walter Thomas, 3d sergeant.W. .

not All wishing to test its wonderful same to the secretary of the committee Preclodt No. 24J. D. Jeffords,Silas S. Burdeite, 4th sergeant.G. .
merits, must call on ; and In 8se of the inability of Smith J. H. Ambrose. For swooping like the eagle C. Johnson, 5th sergeant

the committeeman to deliver said returns Precinct No. 2.5-J.1I. Pullen, G. W. Who scents from far his prey, The will I
he thall appoint one of the managers Fowler, J. R. Morton.A Our gallant flying squadron company meet again tonight
ACKERMAN[ & STEWART, as his proxy who shall serve on Could quickly join the fray. (Friday) at weich time corporals will bd

the executive committee on the canvass elected.
WAOLESALE AND EETAIL : of the returns, and in case the committeeman CLEVE1 TRIG K. And we will follow SampsonAnd

Drags, Seed ;, Paints and Will Paper.RAY'S I be not present at the election It certainly looks like It, bnt there his spangled banner free, The attentiop of our reader is directed

one of the manager shall bring said Is really no trick about it. Anybodycan 'Till we dnve the treacherous Spaniard to the advertisement of Burtz &

returns. That in all cases where a voteis try f it who ha lame back and kidneys From this peaceful eastern sea. Garrett the original sewing machine
challenged the managers shall decideas
to the same, and if said vote shall be malaria or nervous troubles. We You judge ns truly, brother, agents, in another column of this paper.

PLACE.Wines refused, the party *o offering to vote mean he can cure himself light away When yo. claim a brother's part THETrMES-HEnALDls glad to learn Of

j shall haye the right to appeal to the by taking Electric Bitters. This med- In paying "debts of honor" the great success these young men have
.
executive committee, and Wallowed to icine tones up the whole system acts Due from our Nation's heart experienced in this direction. As theyare
be cast, the party challenging the same ai a stimulant to the liver and kidneys
of andin To that cruel and sneaking coward handling the best machine In tha
shall have similar right appeal
a
LiquorsAnd all cases where an appeal Is made the is a blood purifier and nerve tOt ic. It Who did not refrain world, and selling them at an honest

disputed ballot shall, without examination tares constipation, headache fainting From sending dire traction price it will be difficult to place any

be sealed in a separate envelope spells! eleerlessnecs and melancholy.It .
To our brothers on the Maine. estimate on the success which await
Cigars. and the name of the person offering to purely %egetiUe. a mild laxative, Avis. them. '
vote, together with the objections of- and restores the system to Its natural I
endorsed thereon ana Drayloa Island Fla, May 2", 18)8.
fered thereto I
Old WinesA vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be THE MODERN BEAUTY'
Very returned to the committee with the other I
Specialty. ballots and returns for final decisions.5th. convinced that they are a miracle Stagnant breath, poor appetite, bad thrives on good food and eunshlnewltlz

Said election shall be by ballots worker. Every bottle guaranteed, digestion are due to a disordered liver !plenty of exercise in the open air. fl@r

Special,: attention given to the filling of Furnished by this committee,containing Only 50 cents a bottle at Ackerman Correct this at once it you avoid a sick form glows with health au i her taco
the names of all persons to be voted for and Stewa-t's drug if tore. blooms with iU beauty. If her
Jugs and Kegs spell. Pnckley Ash Bitten, the system system
who furnish their names In secretary of ...
We also handle the very the committee by noon of June 20,1898. cleanser, is what you need. It purifiesthe needs the cleansing action of laxative

best of Case Goods The returns of said election shall be The readers of this paper will be blood, cleanees the bowels and puts remedy. he uses the gentle and pleasant:

canvassed by this committee July 9, pleased to learn that there is at leas the stomach;hver and kidneys In perfect Syrup of (Figs, made by the California

IDAHO; SALOON 1898, at 11 o'clock a. m. The person one dreaded<< disease thai sciencehas condition. Sold by Ackerman & Slew- Fig Syrup Co. only.
number of votes
the highest
receiving been able ail and '
to cure in its stages, art.
cast for a county or district offl 'e. and Pretty Rich, This.
15 Lemon Street, Palatka Fla
the highest vote for that is Catarrh. Hall's Caiarrh Cue is
the two receiving
Palatka Gets Troops.
member ot the legislature, shall be the the only positive cure known to the The San Mateo Item says:

nominees. In case there shall be a tie .medical fraternity. Catarrh being the Tuesday's Times-Union and Citizen Dr. L. D. Eaton tells one on himself

Palatka Wood Yard.- vote for any office the executive committee constitutional disea!'ereaulres: a constitutional says : which isn't so bad. One of bts SOU

who shall shall be decide nominees on day from of the canvass two tretment. Hall's Catarrh Cureis A dispatch received from Tampa last Mateo patients,after several visits frODJ

(NEAR G. s. & F. DEPOT.) highest voles for said office by ballot. taken internally acting directly upon night announces definitely that Major the doctor, asked him for his bill, and

E. O. EARLS & CO., PnorRiETOKsDSf Cth The secretary of the committee the blood ant mucous surfaces or General Fitzhugh Lee has decided upon asked that his medicine and visits bd

PIUS. OAK and ABU for talc iba 1 send to the rxecutive committee the system, thereby destroying the Jacksonville as headquarters for the rendered in separate bilfs. Mee'.idg xhCL :

by cord, foot strand or load. man for each precinct lists and in certificates due time, foundation of the Orders left at Ackerinan & Stewart's ballots, blank po'l
command. for his medicine and told him would
ne
in
and said committeeman the patient strength by building.up the
drntf store Gay Broe., and Weller & of returns,
Oo.a, grocers, will receive prompt ittention. shaH deliver them Io the inspectors at constitution and assisting! nature in doing Jt has practically been decided to I return his visits.Teachers'.

I polls[ a, time of opening same. Candi- its work. }e proprietors have so place the entire Seventh Army Corps
Alto Tracking, Furniture Mating elates wishing their names on the ballots along the coast of Florida. Most of the Examination.An .
much confidence its
nnd Baggage TraDfer.tPtoMI.. shall to the secretary of tbi committee in curative power,
pay it is said, will be stationed at examination of applicant obtain
by noon of June 20, 1898, the that they offer One Hundred Dollarsfor corps '
but will also be teachers 1st 2d and :; groda
Following sums: Officers whose terms any case that it fads to cure. Send Jacksonville troops s

BOWLING CONTEST are four years, S20; officers'hose terms list of te-!iml\nI.'A. placed at Miami, St. Augustine and Pa. certificates, will he held! in ?tlatk3,
two yearn, $10; member of the for Putnam
arc latka. Lien'enant-Miley, on General County on
Ad -, F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo
$10 all minor offices. SI:
A SEW FEATURE ATilailloll's legislature, ; Shifter's staff IS now on the east coast TUESDAY, JITTK 7lh 1> S.
to defray the expenses of pnnting and 0 tySokl by all rugsbis, 75cIVIiu
distributing the ballots, and no ballots = in-np,*"*"?r pr >ro pd eamfvng grounds, to open at 8 o'clock a. in. gxamineCS
--- theirs'elves
will
orovide with
Bowling Alley shall be cou tt.d for any person fail"ito a-l ?'i 1.'- .r ?-. wil. .f tetren4 in :1. pens Ink
3slr and legal cap paper\hefi eni rang up.
Each voter must'In .1. .
pay said fee. .... i r-... I..' -- 't.- I...(,o!ltonplent of I oo their work. Til**. W. Its LPU,
,. I )
assi
to
.he district In which he is resti-i- -.i au sit mv e-t re"- ,

Beginning: April 1st a suitable prize Each person voting fchtll then t.'l' 1'I ,.,- "promptly! bu. u.- tI''''il.i rft I trolsatother ''HUts tlt..n. Iu Tib 1808. nnteftent.

will\ be awarded to the player makinghe y thai! ,... aiU1Nnthe r1. member to use the ino-t peif cr .n.- Ju this cons ctmn it may .JaCI."On\.Je.I tdCd
.
1)ent.y't ." and .b..i t- tech t\ the removal tu Jaek-" -- ---
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> best average of anv ten _titoeowled editonly when needed The brit .><3TORLQ _
him rti in i......"' .>UII !. to and roost tSmpld and gentle f east cost points
My lit ibU prim-try at the Not'em remedy 'I !Beane .
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-/ SPAIN AND THE POWERS r .. -:0' I ,. : ,* ._ ,: -.',

Went on Crutches- Vertrees & Cci%; "I

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J. I
WJ.C'1e English Criticism on the
Was a Sufferer from Rheuma --WHOLESALE-- f.
: ,:: onduct of the War. ,
:; tism for YearsHood's '
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Meal. '
Hay, Paper Bags .
Cured and

,SOME EUROPEAN MISGIVINGS. Made Sarsaparilla Him Feel Young. Grain, Grits, Building Material,

"I have had rheumatism, off and on,
ItrfcaA Is Heard la London CJab Circle. I Flour *
ever sine I WM discharged from the army Papers Orange Boxes
I I Spain's Coveted Naval Foats-intimateOwnership In 1865. Fart of the time I went on ,

.J or the Philippine Will As. crutches,and a great deal of the time 1
fT vate the filtteoltlM of at Peaceful was obliged to use a cane. I had a FERTII..IZEIt.Etc.

Settlement Burner of Triple A111anoe stomach trouble with the rheumatism,

With Prance and B...!*. and medicines I spent without a great permanent deal of money benefit.for Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Wagon Repository

the conduct of
Current comments on
They would give me relief for a time but
the war, or rather on the absence of any the trouble would return. Six months AGENTS The Standard Oil Company .

well conceived and nn' 'cheating planof I ago I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.

campaign, are not calculated to flatter and now I am so free from my ailments

the board of strategy at Washing. that my neighbors say I act more like a PALATKA FLORIDA.
of 17 than K1 cannot recommend : -
boy a man
A deal is heard in club
ton. good more "
I Hood's Barsaparilla too highly. .
circles in London than is to be read in B. M. MARTIN, Key West, Florida.

newspapers, the latter being unanimous
in their anxiety to avoid any H 00 d'S Sarsaparilla- WALTER THOMAS
,
thing likely to hurt American susceptibilities.

No one, of course, expected a Is the best-Jo fact the One True Blood Purifier. . .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN. . ,
display of great military efficiency such AU druggistsl; .Idor$5. Get only hood's.Ii00d'S .
M can only be the outcome of a long Groceries
are sure,mild,effective. Crockery China
sad systematic training through the Pills AHdrugglsU. cents. ,
maintenance of a great standing army "
such.. the United States never pretended -
Glassware Tinware
to have organized but without .
which it is Impossible to embark nowadays and England to secure a tfifm footing in .

on a war with any promise of immediate that country, Marooco being not the
success. The failure however, last of "dying nations" on Lord Salis Wood and Willow Ware
bury's list. France has always looked ,
of the many and fast American cruisers:
to obtain timely information as to the upon the annexation of Marooco as a

movements of the Spanish fleet is more necessary complement of her Tunisian and
unexpected and it establishes even and Algerian dominions, and since the Paper Paper Bags

more conclusively the absolute necessity extension of her possessions in western s .
Africa her succession to the heritage of 16 Lemon Street
of special training in modern naval Palatka, Florida.
warfare. I may here mention that during the tottering Khereefian throne is held in
France to be a matter of manifest des
the naval maneuvers carried out ------ {1 1I

yearly in British waters the admiralty tiny.On
the other hand the British as unhesitatingly OWNERS
directed attention to this
particular very .
e e .
of scout and specialists believe that their presenceat
question duty, -
I
declare that the Spanish fleet would Gibraltar entails a manifest right to VI60RI1EII

never have eluded the vigilance of experienced the acquisition of the opposite coast. Trade what i
British commanders. Into this tangle of competing interests a ,

It Is also noted in this connectionthat fresh element has just been imported by you don't want EaaUy,Quickly,Permanently Restored

the Spaniards have enjoyed an important the arrival of a Russian diplomatic representative DR. P. KEENER, MAGKETIC NERVINEintee written isenldwitha roar-

advantage by the very fact of at Tangier. Up to this Roc- for somethingthat loCre\nM) &&..,its. Int.-s. Hysteria

their backwardness in joumalistio en. alan affairs in Maroooo were confided to Graduate Optician, Failing Nervous Memory Debility-the Lost result Vitality.of Over-work Seminal Worry Losses
'terprise." The so to say abject readi the Spanish legation; but the Russian you can !Sickness, Error ol Youth or Over-Indulgence.
v LEMON STREET. PALATKA FLA. I Price SOc. and SI; I hates ft.
which the authorities at
with who has received
ness minister, just been by For quick positive and lastingmaUs in Sexual
Washington placed at the disposal of the Moors with special marks of respect, convert into cashFor > I Weakness,Impotencv. Nervous SPECIAL-doubie
newspaper representatives the most Important is believed to have been sent for the Vitality, use YELLOW LABEL
What is Better than Itrrnct--n tire strength amt tone to every pan
campaign projects and the absolute purpose of uriheciug the policy and the full particulars address and effect a permanent cure. Cheapest ana best.
disregard of public interests with interests of France in that country, BO too Pills Jj; by mail.
E. B. ROY Good Eye-sight ? FREE-A; bottle of the famous Japanese Ltv-
which such information was heraldedto that there is little doubt that the added Pellets will be given with a}i boa or more of Ma;
the world at largo by a section of the influence of Spain would suffice to incline jan 3-1m Not walk, Fla. Now is the time to have your eyes oetic Nervine tree. Sold only by
American press, come as an astonish : the balance definitely in favor of
'sent to tbo who know that one of the the Franco-Russian alliance.In examined, and classes fitted. A del y ACKERMAN & STEWART.

essential conditions of success in modern these circumstances it is not surprising may prove ecnow.
warfare is secrecy. This sort of to learn from Madrid that there Miss KATE LUCAS Palatfca, }' a.I' .

coram populo strategy is contrasted unfavorably exists a decided disposition to cooperate JAPANESE
with the quietness and unobtrusivenesa with France and Russiawith a viewto

with which Spain has been extending eventually the dual al- MILLINERYAnd I} ILE LING WAH.

able to concert the movements of her liance to Spain, provided the two allies
fleet active diplomatic intervention CUREA
enter
upon an Goods. I'
The Immediate effect of all this must In favor of Spain. That important Fancy New ant* Complete Treatment consisting ol First-OJss Gliise LaunfliY
?
be to protract the duration of the war. negotiations are proceeding just Da in slock an elegant and diversified Boxes SUPPOSITORIES of Ointment, Capsules A never-failing of Ointment core for and Files two I

,Even if Admiral Cervera's fleet be now now between Spain and France I hear line of all goods pertaining to of every nature and degree It makes an operation. FRONT + r.. PALATKA, FLA.
defeated his successful tactics and the on excellent authority, and my information the Millinery Business. with In death the knife unnecessary.,which u painful why endure and often this terriblesites result I Ftrst-i'IAork guaranteed.
stout front presented by the troops'inCuba is strengthened by an apparently Experienced Northern Trimmer in ,.? We pack a Written Guarantee In each
are calculated to encourage a peon insignificant item of news. M. Cam- charge of Trimming Department.A $5.$1 Bos.Sent No by Cure mail., No Samples Pay. SOC.free and ft a box,6 tor I Work ono on short notice

ple like the Spaniards to a determined bon the French embassador: who is SPECIALTY Full assortment of OINTMENT 25o- and 50c. _
resistance. But as a prolongation of the now in Paris, is to spend his leave of STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM- CONSTIPATION 1 PilOl'jt
;pitesLiverPIIets.tbe: CRAP ..
struggle will certainly entail more onerous -, absence at Pan, the well known winter BKOIDERIED SILKS. 1M L
LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and
conditions of peace and may possibly : resort in the Pyrenees frequented by Having accepted the Agency for the great BLOOD PURIFIER. Small mild and pleasant ,&f .!
BUTTEBICK PATTERNS. I am now to tab especially adapted for children: use. '
compel the United States to carry no one at this season, but conveniently 30
li-
to fie allorderld for this cele doses J cents.
the war into Europe by attacking some situated in proximity to Spain. Now, brated prepared FR EE.-A vial of these famous little Pellets*HIDC
ports in Spain it is apprehended that M. Cambon. before going to Constantinople pattern. liven with a}i box or more of Pile Cure
Call write to me for Fashion
or NOTICB-TMK GBNUINE yawl JAPANESE PILE
sario" will then ensue., accredited at Madrid and
complications was
far sale
Sheet. KATE L. LUCAS. CUBE: only byACKERMAN&
If e'at. take such a turn the United had there become a persona gratiasima
States it is feared will be forced, how both in court and in society. No one STEWART. I s The meet fascinating InrenUonofthesgn -
ever reluctantly to abandon its traditional therefore could be better qualified than I e Always ready
I s to entertain. It requires DO
abstention from European politics he to carry on with emissaries from WoooVYard.NEAR I kill operate it and reproduce
and embark in a course of vast Spain confidential negotiations. Two Palatka cheaters the,music rncallsta of or band tnatru,or

military and naval armaments. years ago France was anxious to mental soIoUta. There is
Nothing could show more vividly the strengthen the dual alliance by the accession ( G. S. & F. DEPOT.) entertainment at nothing bone or like to it thesocial'ath-for an cren-

Involved state of international relationsthe of Spain but the reluctance E. O. EARLS & CO., PROPRIETORS Jetty ings. You can sing or wJk to it and it will
reproduce immediately amTaa often desired,
as
world over than the misgivings then manifested at Madrid was accounted I l words.
D.Y PIXR OAK and ASH !Duals roux song or
with which the European powers view for by an apprehension lest England load. Other so-called talking machine reproduce
by cord foot strand or SEEDgrow Only records of cut and dried subject
of has specially
the developments a war possessing should take This
umbrage. scruple
& Stewart's
Orders left at Ackerman' prepared in a laboratory; bat the Graphopbone u
prima fade only a local significance now disappeared, England being next drug store, Gay Bros., and Weller pot limited to turn performances. On the Grapho-
aDd waged between a republic unconcerned the most receive at because they're phone you can easily make and Instantly reprodncw
to the United States unpopular it, grocers, will promp' paying crops record*of the voice or any sound. Thus it coo.itantly .
in continental affairs and a European country with the Spaniards just now. tention. fresh and always the IN.,. For awakens new interest and Its charm i*ever
monarchy which has remained As one of the main attractions which Also, Trucking Fainitare Moving sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes. fresa. The reproductions are clear and brilliant

thus far outside the alliances bindingthe Spain presented at that time to Francewas kind Baggage Tran f r. 'Pbo 3 8. Stick to Ferry's fteda and prosper.' IIIIIN f@r $$10 DD

other great powers. The fate of Cuba her fleet it is to be presumed that 1883 Seed Annual free. Write for it

and Puerto Rico would in itself be every effort will be made to safeguard D. M. FERRY CO..Detroit Mich. i&-ra.-s". the Our patents MUhiuhmtDi of Brit,ta Talatrr..*...

of like moment to Europe. But theeft'ed it from complete disaster, while at the BOWLING CONTEST r4,.for Write Talking fw ca ilMbiaea u.Col and
of their severance from Spain on same time Russia will/ndeavor to bring .
the stability monarchical institutionsin about an early conclusion of peace with I .
that country concerns almost every for A NEW FEATURE ATilanloll's
a view to save the Philippines Spain mPhaAagah Call
reigning house in Europe, especially -that being the only solution of that ,,
after the terrible explosion witnessed difficulty which will square with her Bowling Alley
in Italy at this very juncture. Furthermore interests in the far east. The permanent DEPARTMENT 30.

the ultimate ownership of the occupation of these islands by either
Philippines is a matter which must aggravate the United States Great Britain. Germany Beginning April 1st a suitable prize 110 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore Md

tho difficulties of a peaceful settlement or Japan would be opposed by will be awarded to the player making

every possible means both by Russia the best average of anv ten game
These, however, are not the only perplexing and France.It bowled to May 1st, New York Paris, Chicago.
elements of the situation. Spain St. Louis, Philadelphia,
will thus be seen how materiallythe Come out and win the Open
4 is in possession of certain points of great attitude of the United States affects prize. Baltimore, Washington, Buffalo
strategic importance as affecting naval the :whole course of European affairs afternoon and night.

mastery in the Mediterranean, and it is and how precarious is now the state of

feared that the may be disposed to world politics.-a K. D. in New York MADE ME A MANjAJAX

make In connection with them concessions Evening Post. ,.'."."., TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBE
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to such continental powers may HINDIPO :... .Ns.ws..te.pi-sus.w D+siatttaa. Mea-
either favor her in the prosecution oft KSTOIES VITALITYti :. -: --- x otlMir EJI es-ss u4 esa.sd lade.sw .
the war or assist her in concluding a lenient A \Voodcrfal Discovery. yw1W ear l.oWarr and as..ad-.nr?
of record A BICYCLE ACCIDENT, _for st.dr, ....0_or taarrta,.
< peace. Port Hahon in the Balearic The last quarter a century Made Ion ti
islands, is a most important naval many wonderful discoveries in medicine, or a case of exhaustion or being over- -I and effect s ir CUKE nw .wbara s. ..all msW1W her llr-l::
port, and Russia has long coveted but none that have accomplished more for Well Man T'blete.
qt a old household come by heat, should always be proved bed d mM..sawisitea ,
humanity than that sterling '" 4 Wi
"coaling: station" in that quarter. remedy, ro1l'11ll'Iron Bitters. It seems to THE i.u.. of Me. ed against by the bicycle rHer carryinga escb tU.wrlu ss.s or m refund ruraouw the t-.fftet. ,a Pr1&ee...W Ulp"clf CTS we PI 1&!'
Ceuta. thanks to modem artillery, neutralizes contain the very elements of good health, GREAT .$a y flask of high grade I. W. ?r.'u pk_ tail t*' _tl for SZflL' J'ma
our IIarpr .
Gibraltar as a key of the Medi- and neither m&JI. woman or child can take TJREN'CH REMEDY produces the above result r- AX'REAlFiDY Co. prt.,." c S:
terranean, while, for the same reason. it without deriving the greatest Imefit.Crawm'frnn A> la 30 diys. Met Nest Debility hafe.q whisker. It is the finest and purest i ni % iu.ror .
dealers.Nearly all and
all
Bitters is sold drains
by
Vancoctlt J-eibxf JUtmory. Stops
Sierra Carbonera and Punta Carnero losses caused by erects of oath It wards oft In whiskey oa the market for medicinal sale la ralatka by

eould render the tenure of Gibraltar all women have good hair. hood sanity and and Old Consumption tlen recover Young\outhful Men! regain Vigor.Man-It purposes, and as an appeUzerand tonicis AekervM. f=it, ate,
precarious in time of war. Moreover, gives rigor and size to shrunken organs,and fits unexcelled. Our stock of wines and
the predominant political and commercial bough: mac au gray, and few are a man toe business or marriage. Easily carried lathe
vest('OCtet.1"rKe PTC 6 Boesf-5o liquors are all high grade and reasonable C.A.S'Z'OX1.X.A..
Influence which Spain exerts in I IJr' bald. Hall's Hair ReneWer restores by nail la pain par It.OU UlO.are withvrittcacurantce. ...
Marooco has, up to this held the balance I the natural color and tbiabtus the DR. JtAH O'IIASUIaiis in price, and as every one knows .::11. II n

between the rinl efforts of France growth of the hair. ACKEBMAX & STEWART. the purest in the city. "MURPHY." sigu ue amt




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