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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 10, 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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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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I J AUITKA nEKAU> T Established. 1809.. ....I} C..I1......... .. 1193 PAT-/\ATrCA, FLA., JUNE 10,1898. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 7.--NO 10

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Attorney Henry Strunz went to THE TEACHERS' LIBRARY. ORANGE MILLS FLATS.
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. busi Royal makes the food pare.wbolesoitae .
Ocala yesterday on professional sod d.Hclo.J.
Membership Fees Devoted to a Fund The Secretary of War Makes a Favorable -

ness.W. for Purchasing Works on Teaching.At Report.
M. Williams, of FruUland, was
Paragraphs of Local and. Per among Wednesdays's visitors to the the recent meeting of the Putnam WASHINGTON, June 7.-In response

sonal Interest. the city. County Teacher Association! it was to a resolution offered in the House by

voted to usa the funds in the treasury Representative Davis of Florida, the flOYAl
No other preparation has ever done 10
derived from membership fees, for the Secretary of War today sent to Congres -
Stories"About MattersIn many people so much good as Dood'sSarsaparilla
Short, Snappy m
standard works the
medi- purchase of upon a report on the navigable condition
Palatka and Putnam County America's greatest science of teaching. of the St. Johns rives at the point

for Busy'Readers. cine. The following books have been purchased known as Orange Mills Flats. l-t

Malarion with Malanon Tablets guaranteed by the committee appointed for The report states that to improve tt<

... cure for chills, fever and ague,. that purpose, apd can be had for .use shoal at that point for seagoing vessel! I biKING

J. P. Appleby, of Pomona was in tc or money refunded. 50 cents. All by members of the association only that would reach Jacksonville with intent -

see us Fnday. 1Mis. druggists. The books are in the library in the officeof I to make Palatka would be ueeless,, pawD15

J. II, Johnstone Is the guest of About fifty ralat ns took in the Ccuuiy Superintendent Ralph: I unless the channel below should bt Absolutely Purerowof

Mrs. R. J. Adams.A. JhCkaouville excursion Sunday, and report Parker's Talks on Teaching. : be likewise deepened. The project
I contemplates a channel of 13 feet 200
a pleasant day. The number from Halleck's Psychology.
Oalandr
Is here from
J. Donnelly
other points was rather small. White's School Management. feet wide between Jacksonville Pa.
visit to relatives.
paying a latka. The aoYAt.ANN. 'co..new vom.
the
Painter History Edu Jioo.Compayre'a report estimates cost
has rented the
Louis Penzkofer room
W. P. Talmadge visited Daytona las) Psychology Applied to at 3120,000 and rays that the commer-
adjoining I'rofessorKeener'
on Lemn street
Tuesday on professional business. Education. cial interests Involved warrant this im-
.establishment, and opened a BRIEF PENCIUNQS..
Mrs. A. W. Strange; is recovering tailor shop See his card in another Trainer' How to Teach and Grade a provement.

from a protracted illness.we are pleasedto column. Country School. Putnam Honor Herself.Dr. L. C. Canova visited Jacksonville
learn. Hewitt' Pedagogy for Youn Teach-
The steamer Metamora, which sank E. S. Cnll, of Palalka is a candidate Wednesday.

The First Florida Regiment was paid several weeks ago:; "* has been raised. era Rheinhart's Principles of Teaching to represent Putnam county in the t t E. B. Roy. the real estate agent! of

off Monday, the pay roll amounting to Steam.was gotten up Wednesday, and I Pestallozzi's Leonard and Gertrude. State Senate, In which capacity be for. Nashua, was in to see yesterday.

310,500. the boat is rapidly being"puk lu lire:- Rousseau's Emile.Iiughes' merly served with honor to himself and Jesse hurts visited Jacksonville Wed.

of this city, is now assistant class shaped with credit to his constituents. He is
DeWitt Gray, 9' Mistakes in Teaching nesda\ to lake a look at the soldiers In
ticket agentfor the Plant Systemat We had a pleasant call Saturday from Hughes' Securing and Retaining At- a gentleman of intelligence and ability camp.
and it is desirable that he ba elected
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Tampa. John H. Rafferty, the affable traveling tention.
Malarion la devoid of Utter taste.
not only in the interest of Putnam County
Crescent City peach growers are now passenger agent of the J., T. & K. W., Spencer's Education.
Cures chills and fever the
but of the people of Palatka. If the ; acts on liver
at'. marketing their crop,which we learn is who was working up the excursion to Quick's Educational Reformers. and regelates the s j Um trenerallv. Alldiuggisti.
entire delegation be made of of
men
up
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and Practice of Teach-
this season. Jacksonville. Page's Theory .
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very
hs class old Putnam's weight for goodwill .

The County Commissioners met on .L j3. Howe, of Keuka, has been intown lug. of surely be felt and recognized in the E. O. EAIT &,,.Co. will sell you a
Members us these books 'I
Tuesday, and the Board of Educationheld this week,looking after bis exten- ng any legislative halls of the State.-Leesburg large load of Dryrlue, Ash or Oak
arc reminded that only one volume can
their meeting Monday. .. sive real estate interests. We regret to Commercial.A Wood to any part of the city for f I. 1
be taken at a time that a book must
learn that big health is not very good, at ; When you need wood call up 'Phone
A three-masted schooner was at the not be kept for more than fifteen days; Pretty Piece of Work.We t I,

G. S. & F. wharf this week taking on a present. that books should be returned in good notice a very pretty piece of work I Iin i There being no quorum present at the

cargo of yellow pine lumber. The ordinance of baptism will be ad- condition or an equivalent of the dam- the restaurant of Charles I Board of Trade meeting Wednesday

W. D. Mlddleton, of Hastings,was in ministered next Sunday morning about age must be paid to the treasurer of the busch, which was executed by KUpper-j.afternoon no business was transacted
10 o'clock at Wiggins Lake to a number It that the President wui
Jis probable
town Saturday, circulating among Tue association in order to have further use man, and which is deserving I
TIMES-HEIULD'S advertisers. of candidates for admission into the of the library.As tion. It is a large refrigerator for the I.call another meeting soon.

Mormon church. this will be the only list of the Je storage of edibles, and is built of ash,' Camp Fmey, United Confederate

N. A. Patterson, of Patterson, was I JTnE TIMES-HERALD had a very books printed at present, the members neatly finished and highly polished.The Veterans not having received its charter

in the city Tuesday. lie reports everything pleasant call Friday afternoon from our should keep it for reference.A different apartments are capacious and commission, will be unable to
in his section.
prosperous friend and subscriber M. E. Carter, of and conveniently arranged. It w*" Attend the unveiling of tho Hemming

Wertz Gray,formerly of this city,has LaKe Como who was in town for a dayor Wonderful DUeoTerjr. made by F. ('. "arter, head*cabinet monument in Jacksonville next week..

been promoted to the position of assist two on business. < many The wonderful last quarter discoveries of a eertnry in medicine records, maker at"Seldtn** Door Factory. Mr. Malarion is endorsed by best physicians

ant chief clerk In the postal service. J. H.Johnsonof 'Moonstone Grove; but none that hare accomplished more for Carter's work is likely to be in demand and guaranteed to cure chills, foyer -

Miss Ruth Hurt and brother,Reynold accompanied by Mrs. S. C. Warren and remedy humanity rowns.'ron than that sterling Bitters.old It household seems to ID Palatka hereafter. ,ague, All druggists, or from

Burt, left yesterday via Clyde line for Mrs. A. F. Stephens, left yesterday for and contain neither the very elements of rood health, Licensed to Preach.At MoffiL-W dL.Drug Cu at. Louis.
ehiM
man woman or can take
:New York, where they will spend the Jacksonville, from whence they leave it without deriving the greatest benefit. the district conference held here Mrs. A. Hirth and her laughter,Mrs.

summer.J. today via. Clyde Line fo: Nahant, Crown Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.S. last week a license was granted, to \\'. W. S. Nusr ent, left Jacksonville !last

G. Cade,white,was before Justice Mass., to spend the summer. L. Gainoe Dead. F. Allen a bright and promising vounz Wednesday to spend a few days, after

llowton Tuesday, charged with imper- man of Frnitland to preach. Mr. AU which Mrs. Hirth trill return to her
The Mother Goose lawn party given We regret to learn of the death of '
He placed under len well known to of THE home in Philadelphia. While here
sonating an officer. was by the U. D. C. Tuesday evening was Sam L. iainoewhich occurred sudden is many
bond of $150. TIxEs-HEBALD'9 readers, all of whom Mrs. H. has made hosts of friends,to
a quite a success, about $27 having been ly from appoplexy on Saturday afternoon -
wish him God*peed-in his work of tell many cf whom the parting will 56 a regretful .
Miss Stoy: of Lake City, la mana nguytleraph realized, which will be applied to the at High Springs, where he was
the story of the crosa to the world. one. Mr.. Uinbexpects 16 visit
ing
support of the Confederate Solters'Home
: office, in the absence of employed by the Plant System.Mr. .
us again and when abe dots we hope
hss Ennis, who is In Georgia for a in Jacksonville. Gainoe was well known in P1at- Good Selections.
she will conclude to irate this her per.
week's yacation. Robert Wallace,a veteran of the Fed ka,having held a position in the Florida Governor Bloxham hasappnm W. manent hom .

Sheriff Hagan, who' is/surcmenng eral army,was in town during the week. Southern shops here for severalear.. P. ,ex.potIlma-terof this city, I .

with his family at Ormond,,was in town Mr. Wallace is the bst armed citizen, The remams were accompanied to this to be Sapervisor of Registration for Our esteemed friend and correspondent

.-I a day or two IllS week attending to the presumably, in Putnam County. He is city by some thirty friends of the de- Putnim County Also, $. R. Jerkins, ; from Drayton Island, Miss Theraesa
ceased and the took i M. Rembert, was in to see ns yes
srsenal of the latest interment place
duties of his oOlce.III he owner of an of Melrose, to be County Commissionerfor i
I terday. She here with her mother
was
Monday afternoon. ,
Improved firearms and ammunition, District No. 5. Both selections Ire
Prof. Albeit S. Burgess, principal of and they were on their to Man-*
way ,
Mr.Gomoe was a native of Kentucky
sufficient to annihilate the Spanish good ones, and will give satisfaction to
the OranxetSprings Normal Institute, army. in which state his mother now resides. the entire county. etta, Ga., to spend the summer with
attended the examination of teachers relatives. We wish them a pleasant r
He was 35 years of age,a fine mechanic
Congressman R. W. Davis was expected Valaable ,.w.....
here this week. and very popular among: his friends. sojourn and trust that_the change may
to return to Washington yesterdiy. Especially valuable to women is Browns'
Major G. P. Fowler and daughter, Was a member of the Catholic Church Iron Bitters. Backache vanishes, headache prove beneficial to Mrs. Rembert'ehealth
Hiss Nellie, accompanied by Mrs. S.C. His family will remain at Orange' disappears, strength takes the place ol which we regret;; to learn hiss
Lake for awhile. The weakness and the glow of health readily
Congressman been quite of late. We shall ex
Fowler, have gone to Ormond Beach to Why take Johnson'sChill comes to the pallid cheek when this wonderful poor
much encouraged the "
feels very over occasional letter "
the summer. remedy U taken. For sickly children pecan Huntress
spend favorable report of the Secretary of & Fever Tonic? or orer worked men it has no equal. No home

J II. Mallet,of Etoniah,was in town War on Orange Mills 'Flats, and saysthat Because It should Crowns'be Iron without Bitten this Is sold famous by all remedy.dealers. Notice.If .

Tuesday, and paid his respects to TuEs he feels quite confident of getting ,cures the this notice should reach relativesA

TIMES-HERALD, of which he is a warm the measure through. most stubborn case Harry WlUon Weds. of Perry Collier who removed fromNew
I* X friend and constituent.Miss Harry C. Wilson and Miss Bliss were i
York to Florida about fifteen years .
of Fever In ONE DA 11. married in Washington, D. C., Tues- t
Ennis, manager of the Western ago will they kindly write to Geoqj

Union Telegraph office at this place, day.Mr. King. 1304 Locust St., Pittoburg, Pa.
NeedAChange Largest Alligator In Captivity.The Wilson is the son of H. S. Wilson -
left Sunday night for a week's vacation .
of the Wilson Cypress Co. of this Delay is dangerous-wnen yon nave a
with her parents in Georgia. Georgia Southern& Florida Rail
Mrs. W. M. Huston and son arrived ? way have secured and placed in d pondat city, and was one of Palatka's most Cough or Cold, take PEEKS PUTS
popular young society men. The TAR SYRUP at once; it wfl cure'
Saturday from Washington, D.l' Beech Haven,the largest alligator in "
in town bride resides in Washington. : Peek's Drug Store, Lemon
captivity it being 12 feet The quick :
long.
the of the Misses
guests
They are
Try the Seaside:; .
Moragne, Mrs. Husson's sisters. pond is surrounded by a strong wire Sure Mike. street opposite court_bonset

fence, w> that the 'gator can be viewed Now that the First District Democrats ,
Hon. John McAllister, of Melrose, a For fine fishing, excellent bathingand
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with perfect safety. This is quite an have done the handsomest thing
candidate for the Legislature, was In the prettiest beach on the Atlantic -]
addition to the attractions at Beech a sterling Democrat, let the Democrats
town Monday en route to Sisco. We coast where the air is jy Johnson'sChill /
pure Haven, as many people in this section of the Second, when they meet at
acknowledge a pleasant call. and
refreshing have never seen a live alligator,and few DeLand on July :tbclot.he Bob Davis

Robert Demery, colored, was before have ever seen one so large. with the same honor and confidence he and

Justice Rowton Saturday charged with ...Coronado Beach... also so well nerits. Times Union and
unlawful fishing. He was found guilty Spreading Out. FeverTonic

His nets and boats were Leads the Procession. Citizens.____
and fined. The Monarch Cooperage Company The Best Prescription for Chills r

captured.The are building an addition to their barrel
Coronado is opposite New and fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless -
three-masted schooner Annie J. factory on Laurel street. The addition
Never falls to
Chill Tonic. cure
Smyrna:: only two hours fiom ;
Trainor'arrived in the harbor Sunday Palatka, and you can get accommodations will afford the company just double the then why experiment with worthless

night, and is taking on,a cargo of cypress at moderate room they now have and will greatly imitations? Price ;?c. jnn3 ly Cures Feve +
lumber from the Wilson Cypress i increase their capacity for manufacture .
prices by writing; to the
all have good hair
women
and storage. Nearly
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Company.O.A.STOn..A... SEASIDE HOTEL. We are pleased to learn that the bough mace are gray, and few are In One Da

l Han item Boagfcl 1%. II. NEWELL, Prop.P. Monarch company are still finding bald. Haifa Hair ReneWer restores ;.:., .
1o&nw. the natural color ant: thictens the
market for all the barrels they can
Bipat ct:;; : s I O.address, New Smyrna Fie. make growth of the hair o .

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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 1O. )

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was approaching. Each ohe of us accordingly !

A CUBAN EXPEDITION.How sought a place of concealment .

which commanded the road. The system AN OPEN LETTER.To
under which the insurgents fight

Gomez Received a Relief requires each man before he goes into ;
ri _
.- action to select three places of retreat, MOTHERSWE ,
From United States.
Party .. situated in a straight line directly backof .
iK1 w J 1 one another and separated by about ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR RIG!: TO THE

J W ..., 100 feet so that when the men retreata EXCLUSIVE USE "F THEVOKD "C ASTORIA": AND

EXPEBEKOE OF A OUBAN VETERAN ear relative formation will be maintainedand "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OCR TRATb MARK.

..\ P there will be no confusion. As soon
or.= SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis K.;sachusetis
f" .: ;.r- ,ireisabustlefie 1 ?. as the head of the Spanish force got to / DR. ,

Ire Tell cf the Quick Move ID New York Rrery c. *. .h. .. .: -g a point directly opposite we let them was the zngi:it{)r of "PITCHER'S CtS T 4R:A ." hb am
When Word WM Received That Fi ht- fierce 1.1", .- -,"* ,.ii. have a volley. Six men fell, and the re-

Ing Had Started Marching to the In- .- g., its t.i<-t;maltttuoi rVtn >,. .J of it-<;...".d, maining troopers wero thrown into great that has boiK end does now r; --- .. -' or. every

aurgenta' Camp Lying In Wait For and confusion. We fired a second round, 9 '
dylnj. The horror of war arc mprcater > bear the fac-sinlile signature of .: :Jrapper.
Spanish CavmlrymeD-Cubans' Fighting than the homage>> of distasc. If K.I which wounded and killed a few more. .
Methods. the nation ut the arth were at war mp !-...teach "The officers tried to rally their men, This is the jrigtoel M PITCHER'S CA3TORIA r' /,,ir:. !: .,; b-er.
other thero would be no such C1U'"ort''lI'Toujt'1tt
within the rear as that which i. but despite their efforts the troopers dug America ': '1' 1:
used in the homes of the Mothers r,f jc t': J-ty
"I wish that 1 could have boon in accomplished annually by one dread disease their spurs into the flanks of the maddened .

Cuba when the patriots received the '-consumption.And horses and rode off in the gathering LOOK CAREFULLY ct tf9 "r i.p&:-. end p'", "'p ft is
years
of the outbreak of hostilities. yet thin raot fatal of all diseases it darkness leaving their wounded to
news not without its nroedy. It is no longer the ; bou ,,- -'tie
have I
tween the United States and Spain." irresistible destroyer that it was considered their fate. We gathered up the wounded the kind you aJmys :Tt/"Jf .. ?' "

laid a member of the insurgent army thirty years ajro. An entirely new aspect is and made them as comfortable as and has the signature f'f L-4' '.\x., ., '('rp-
put upon the possibilities of this dreadful
possible and then taking all the vain-
who is recovering slowly in the United malady by the astonpdingr remedial actioa
able equipment and armament in their No (tttr has authority .frCrt* ? r\J 1:1y '"
States from the wounds received in ten of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, per. o'JCis
which cures consumption by nourishing possession, made a rapid retreat to the c .
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engagements fought with Gomez in cept The Centaur Company clr'*"** L, ) ; 'I-,
lungs with an abnno-'nt supply of purr main body. There we were received
Cuba. "I left the island he said, in hirhly-vitalized blood.
with enthusiasm President. :
by our companions,
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Thin stops the formation of tnberrnloys ,: .
peaking of his experience with the matter and builds np fresh tissue, rin"ciilai and our victory combined with that i2 {- t.i- '4.c-. ..1J.
grand general, as the Cubans call their flesh and vital energy It rives digestive scored by another column which had returned March 8, 1897.

leader, "before my countrymen had power as i-rilate to the oily stomach emnlsions.Mi which. is too weak to with a lot of horses and cattle Do I ot Be nf' .=----"i,.

heard the welcome tidings end so can ) I.ucy I.lopfa:' of Armada. Mich-writes: captured from a neighboring Spanish

only conceive of their joy by my own When I was of the itimnt lure i"it* and years from of that age time I had up inflammation I- farmer, was made the occasion of a Jo no:: endanger the life of :'. ., s. .1'b"' : "''occpting

feelings was sick nearly all tl'c<< time and had a doctor great celebration. The men feasted on substitute which cifcv:
some s..t..
the Cubans have lookedto nearly all tne t me. would take mid so easily it such delicacies as were obtainable and a cheap lt>t> i.y you

"For the United years States for assistance in WOIII"!T was tro right very to bed inv:there tangs wa. At pain the in age my of lungs nineteen -, spent the greater part of the night sing ( because he makes a few ::l3oc.....:,.a on it), the ingredients -

tirtlme in tnv throat and mv throat was.ttt their enemies, and now that which he 'f' k- -
overcoming 'with nlfersthere war h the hope of years has been realized their of voice and difficutv of breathing. I
bo almost for O'rtored. with one of our bet nhvcicians and h* I Our Army nlo..'. Terrible Power. "The Kind You Have
enthusiasm must too great sM h. cond not help me and just prescribed cod Afoays 2ouglit"BEARS
expression. 1 was connected with mercantile U"n-011 sn-l told my mother I could not lire longer The enormous piercing power of the
",." three njnnthn. I kept ftltinf weaker everyday I THE FAC-SIMILL L.GNATURE OF
bouse in New York when the Krag-Jorgensen rifle's bullet was shown
'ht'O'l"' "t a friend a,krf me why I did not '
Insurrection broke out in (Cuba and I try lr Pierce. OoMen Medical Discorerr. I I recently at Mobile when during the
thontht tber .. "<>nne.no more help for me ascotiM
well remember my feelings when upon 't-wkjn.... "notr fetnilv My father and I sham battle a ball tore through a tree
picking op a morning paper, I rel
II few insurgents had taken up arms drat,.*.. 'irtteT ho-.tie: I",nH"rr"ir. ':..-l",to t right feel better.on taking My it appetite with a of Private Hogau's rifle, penetrated it

against the Spaniards and hidden in the bottle of t1. P-I:.....' one* in n wniU. until I felt and shattered tho bone in his left leg,
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""I -.II nr* r- taking it t hun-
weighed one
cud Matanzas. where it Imbedded itself. New York
marshes of Santiago -
!r.ovt. wnsun "Tho Cubans who live in New'Yorkhave led 'J.injr I bass nnf had a cough .hi. winter." Evening JournaL'l ,

always kept in touch with one another Insist on Having
and upon'the receipt of the news UE MOUKKX BEAUTY

In bur colony ,here the sympathizerswith I ,l riv"'' on jjYvwl food and I nn8'inewib! lib The Kind That Never Failed TOIL
the cause gathered at the different and all the patriotvDo were off duty ,. ..
*niof ilrr
t.Xl' t in thttnirenair.
offices of the Cuban merchants and diM gathered about la: primps in anticipation nji tow.......otw taaL_'!.saatt tsrassll R .,5MsW.
cussed /he situation. The junta -was of our arrival The grand general "MM ..rlnwllh' health mr her fdCr

f soon formed, and we begau the work of was in his tent, however, and did not I.'.. 'it" a hli it* entv If her 'y.teraiif -'- _.' .

recruiting. I joined among the first and I make his appearance until informed of MM 'he t-l anInz .cHoa of laxative -- -

started with a filibustering expedition. our arrival through the proper channels. rend and
;r ..Mh.a r a thesientle pleasant Leave 1'alatka
which consisted of representativeCubans "I shall never forget the dignity with ,
many I ** tI'lt..r Fivf, made by the California PLANT
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which be stepped from his rude shelter
I Fig Syrup Co. only. 5:00 A. )/., 5:55. P. M.
*'Wo reached tho chore of the Ever and approached: our men. who were

Faithful Isle after an uneventful voytge. drawn up in what you would call com Had Nothing to Say rrive Jacksonville.

Our captain who was au old handat pany front in this country General You want to be a soldier Jim Veil. I don't SYSTEM
tho business, kept off the more uutil Blanco Weylef or any of the other captains blame you lad. A

nightfall The ship iu which we reached : genera!, despite their gilded ret- The fever that has hit yon now once monkeyed .. si 7:30 A. AI ,7:40P. 3!,

the island was scarcely ,more thaa a inufts, could not have assumed a more with Jour dad.I .
know exactly bow you fee1-Jou're achin fur Qh dule 'n effect April 11. 1808
tugboat und carried upon its An.k one commaBdisg mien than this slight old a scrap

email boat about the size of a dory. It man. who by tho mere force of character An want to so an help to wipe ole Spain clean QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECT KOUTE-

was capable of carrying only rix exult nt which shone from his eyes, impressed off the map.
When 1 was young an foil o' nerve in eighteen
time and made tho task of transferring his beholders at cure with the fact sixty-one

the members of the party from the that they were looking upon a man of I wasn't half content till 1 was coupled to a NORH EAST WEST

ship to the shore extremely tediousAs tremendous energy and strong purpofe. t gun
a-feelin that ole
An now that you're in aame
the first boatload aproachcd the Gomez walked directly np to our leader > hostile way ,

I'OclrY8hallowI, which on the shore off a young Cuban of the name of Real, An want to emulate your dad I've not a wordto
Matanzas project far out into the deep and holding out his hand said simply, ...y.I 5-l0.A( IT's TRAIN carries Pullman S'e: ping Uir tr-n Palatka and
and day coach from .!., kl ltv |U. to Onclnnat', without
water, one of the members of the party 'Yon welcome. A break in his
f are hope you're reckoned the cost counted ...
, up change, via Monlgomeiy I.. & N. R. R.
whistled a phrase from 'The Depths of void however, betrayed the depth of it up well.

My Lady's Eyes. us an old Spanish his emotion We were assigned to quarter For: war aa Oen'ral Sherman said ain't far 5'00( A IT TRAINS connect at Jack ->i>viltt! with Pullman Sleeoiotr

serenade now famous in the Cuban armyis in which to spend the hours until removed from helllYou'll f V. iV-tr Carr for New York via A O I* aLa Penn a R. R.. also Pull-
find it ain't DO picnic,Jim 11 soon
called. The signal was recognized onshore daylight- When we rose we were distributed find out that you ; you Intl u.J7 1 JI man sit eper for N shville. VI.L'J ifion, MHCOU. Atointa Cbatt-"

by guides who had been sent by about among the different commands Won't hate a bit o' metre too much in pullln anoo"l'.

'..5 Gomez to bring the recruits to his ar and became members of the o' you through.It 5:55 P )1 TRAIN Pullman Sleerirg Ci r f i ckKmvUJe t> fit. Louis vieMontgomery
ain't no circus day affair when shells begin and 1. k N. alto Kits local dee
my. The guides came down to the shore army. cot neo
to bastAn
and met the members of the first boat's "My first expedition against the enemy comrades lay in blood aa pain a-writhla to Jacks cnville to Savannah. ,

company as they came on shore. The occurred the second day after my the dust LEAVE PALATKA l1:00A. M.,and 1XX A, M. for GulfCoa viaCs'''.
between and An bullets, jea like maddened beet, alp past
meeting the,guides their arrival in camp. Two hundred of us
fellow patriots was enthusiastic in the ordered the in fiendish way, LEAVE PALATKA:()) A. II., for Gulf Coast of Florida via Ocala
were to proceed to plantation But if yon have a mind to go I've not a wordto
extreme. The men embraced and from of a Spanish sympathizer of the ",. Leesburg. %

the guides the new arrivals gathered name of Benota, who was known to I want to tell you b jn.-.t. boy that thin ain't Steamship' Line Port Tampa to Key West, Havana. Mi,' ile anal Jamaica; \
their first real information to the sit have furnished information as to the no turprLr. Myer, Manatee River and St.Peteu.hunt. j
uation. whereabouts of the patriot army. The I've seen the*v auks of loyal pride-danctn In
B. W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic 1"U"j itT. .savannah. Gad \
"The officer who bad been sent by plantation in question was situated ten your ejtivAn
t Gomez to take charge of the recruits miles from our camp and we coveredthe I've make been your waitin talk fur a week to hear yon F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St.. Jna-kMtrnt iris. FI*. ,

decided not to attempt to make the pas- distance in about two hours. The Aa show your daddy that you come o' good -_--------

sate from the shore to the insurgent progress of the insurgents when on aa ole flghtln stock. NOTICE FOIL

camp that night, as A troop of Spanish expedition ,is necessarily slow, as a Aa now further., to close Jim.the matter up I'll tel yon I i M.':M. GODWIN, PUBLIUATIOX

cavalry was encamped in the vicinity, strict lookout has to be maintained for Your daddy would have knocked yon out o-
'end he feared that in the darkness the the enemy. you'd a-walloped him LAXD Orrice AT GAIXCHVILI.E. FLA., i

f expedition might run into the outposts. 'When we arrived within eight of If, when you'd hear your country call, you'd NonCE IS HEREBY (OIVE Mav THAT!.trri-THE l

Accordingly we made ourrelves as com the found that the make a coward play. Dan ed eerier bu filed notice of
plantation we pro God bless boy I That's
I'm proud o'youi yon. .. intention to make Seal proof in support oft
fortable aa the rocky nature of the country prietor had received word of our cp- VI I've got to aay. his claim,and dial said proof will be made be-

permitted, and after stationing sentries proach A large force of Spanish cavalry Indianapolis JournaL June tore aerk 18, HIM f irriiit via tourt, 1'aUtka. Florida, on

about the temporary camp at commanding was stationed about tho house in anticipation I Saran A.. fierce, widow of L. Irving Fierce
points the others of our force of our coming, while armed Do You Read deceased.of 11&lIlWryUe. "a. Hd :1I1\ for the
Manafactnrftra ot- I !I. &>,; Section 19 Tp. S 8.IC. 21 E.
lay down among the rocks taking care men could be plainly seen in and about what pen>lesre! MJIU *h. ui H*yd'e I He name the following witnesses to prove bin

to select positions which rendered themas the quarters of the negro farm hand Sarrltill U is curing Ih1'wur..1! Wagons Buggies, i I aid Continuous land,ria residence: spun and cult i\auoo ot

inconspicuous as possible. We made no attempt to carry out our .iti'm -ana- Clarence Miller Sannerrille, Fa
'*Tho next morning at 4 o'clock the first Intention of the casts .1 scrntniadisi.rl-'a.rhrnm John M In ton.OMtunbn ..
destroying ..
order touwemble was passed along from of the informer, but postponed property our and at) 'ur'nII f blood .lji'e e. un- Vehicles of all Kinds Wade Hill* grown ..

man to tnart and in absolute silence the proposed attack until a more favorable u.tne, .>.rf*. biul an.I pimples. It is4rtir.yf W.G.ltzlilXSOY
Blacksmith Work Horse ShoelntCxrrn.
line (('t out through the forest, which opportunity."We -'riMj.t'Ho! wrtik an,l tire wo- > : may-teI 11..iisterC0fl61111pioil
wai almost a jungle at that plaoa. The ft workmen, in charge. 'iatldae
bad intention of .houM iiaie taken
no retiring III"", Vh VIM) ie! In oft gusrantred.4e'outl I
men starched iu single tile with rifles
and without having inflicted some injury _J.n it ilil d mi.! tn nu revolvers cocked Wo had
tramped upon the enemy, however. We there
for abuat two boors when leader henNor PALATKA. FLA.
one
fore made a detour, and. by keeping as
gave a low his an-1 waved to the column
to halt The much as possible to the woods and cross tl lSll* trw thr iwt family esthrate. ROBT. W.DAVIS S.J. }uLJrl Ry. .
plraof
n ; pheezpcdition
ing the at time succeeded -
open spaces one a
t many rf whom hu<\ had experience informer in getting between the plantation .: aftrlln t"ntc Onnl i triable. DAVIS & HILBURN

ineuiTwtioux stopped inexact'andsttttontfartheorderaevught csd tho town, thus cutting off the retreat IIUtf' ,
I ._T1l _..?.{:-I have aa absolute
p'&a
of the Spanish soldiers. The naval L.A.. 'YERS.oak. .
for
of concealment among &d bowlder remedy Consumption. By its timely rue
rymen remained on guard:: over the thousands of
"The : hopeless cases have been already
jingling of fcocoBtennemST .;j I property of their countryman. who poeseated 9t9GifEigOn permanently cured. I

soon heard as a troop of Sp nisi Lsxi- I or*>**d".l-Je influence is Harass fB ..ul stales in hlaUa atio alllUk B1d<< of its power that I consiittmmyi to

men trotted by cq *rcd which ran be- I and Madrid, for twp days, and f"r that> Palatka, Florida. send too bellies fret to those of your readers

low and around the lea bluff upon length of time vre lay concealed alungto I fc-ho have Consumptk>nThroat, Bronchial or

which the party of fiUbufen WAS bid I 1:1; E era: arrs.t=s their re- Chili cs.4 WH prettier 10 poi Mate and Fi'tetatt .' Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
den. W. waited natal the soldiers bai ecpress and postoffice address. Sincerely
tsra. ihhoo b :n the course cf ths two
passed, without attempting t* iwwci f isirt.. m 7 "t T. A. S10C0H.K.C. I3 Pearl .Ikw Tark.
days metal of their scouts pe-ped our Fever
them -,-- --- *9* T*>. Edft r..l aDd E.ntn... llcnacvncat of
as we wt-ra not prepared to pr? !*" aid. of &s diitricl la rMch tra this 1"-.....lioa.rc6is tAd gun roV 1'r.-don.

a rapid retreat, hampered as trs trs I were concealed, ou prasssss TTM sot H. W. AVERY,

with proviaous and equIpment. Ey 10 I di*_'overrd.MOKR Tonic .".- ---.-.. r;. ; ...."J
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o'clock that nisU we reached tt? :...:*!* e.! ? c--E: '-- =;:::- : COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,,, 'fi ',.> ---' -- .f.Z-.. ...... N"SeJSfcrnjfojdi
wbar; xfcs =iiii tom : & i3tti* -I -
; e 3 rijKnsy
I car men datiift $* : Paatlca, F'orifa.hTt ',- :: J } ;

*"**1..w was encamped. I ins: CWIES ts> tl? ecu isy** pttwisiooa. I Cures FeverIn '. Pillsonly
approach was heralded !! ---- + .
by trey
For t"o clays 1 liv 4 ta dried fruit. original and
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scouts, who ran mhesd a warned the bread and rid warm FutAiiy, towBrd 'I ':f r-ft'*'It.. Nsti er..d tank But'ilio: I '- .F.IaCH.. Mie and reliable cure

sentries not tn fire np the: close, cT ttocfcOGii 17, e=r piueccsvjui I One Day. ---.... 1 -, Cy"s'Oil 'ma-k. bf't ir.e Price.told$only l.no-by cent
ly. wrtni wt- .14> '
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found saw lim\i at,df1di."n.rdi:1g'j. rcotrucd by the rips brought* in %wIn practic iu all Court. ;tote and : 'KinM\y& :' STEWART
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cue our watchers that cz:7
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Strawberries for Farmers' Wives. I .

Farmers In Florida often live a NOTICE. I- a
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more than ordinarily lonesome and I .
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isolated life. To the wives of such :
DESCRIPTION.d OWNER. la
we commend following, written bya Notice 1* hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at e: ?
lic auction on the fourth day of July, A. D 1838. at Palatka. Putnam county. PUb-1 .g c .; Ii :I
happy farmer's wife in Green's'FruitGrower I ida or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for .. .c III CI 0)

: 1897 herein set opposite to the same, together with the coats of such sale 5' .: advertising.
f I know that much has been said I II I

about overworked wives, end we have
5 I Ir. lot 2 ..... .... ...... .. ........ .... 14 23 13 W A Porter ... .. .. .. 17X
all read about the woman on the I Iowi swtt of nett .... ....... ...... .._..*... 18 t 23 40 C D Bonnay..... .. .. X 43 ;
farm who becomes Insane trom overwork w% of salt ....... .... ........ ........ 16 9 23 80 Nason & Wright ..... . 316
nett of swtt e7 acres of nw% of swtt 11 9 23 47 Mrs AM Hall .... .. .... X 43
but I have been a farmer's wife DESCRIPTION a OWNER. o :IId ne 8-40 and .r3-40 of lot 10 s of Bell-
.; cO I amy Rd.......... .. ...... ...... .... 18 9 23 11 Mrs A M Hall .... ........ X 73
the past twenty-five years myself, a. c Zr .& =' w% of eH of lot 12 .... ....... ....... 1. 'Z3 10 W J Walker .. .......... 143
have bad share of hard work andI c CI Oc wH of lot 12 .... ... .. ........ ........ 18 t m 20 J Cahone Est .... ........ 173
my nwtt of lot 13 ... ... .... ........... 111 923 10 Unknown .,*. .. ........ 100
know from experience that It is not j lot 2 In eH of nett ..... ........ .. 18 9 23 14..J E Lewis and others 68
sw 2-3 of lot 3 and s..7.20. of lot 4 ...... 19 9 23 37 M: C Hampton Est ...... T 39
so much the work as it is the monotony ne 1-3 of lot 3 .... ... ...... ........ 19 9 23 13 8 Wolf .. ...... ........ S 15 slot
and sameness of it; the weariness fractional a% lot 2 and lot 6 ..... .... 13 8 24 65 Western R R Co .. ..... 315 6 and 15 .. ..... ...... ........ ...... 19 9 23 S5 Henmn TAnd & Invt C* 172 1
lots X 4 i........... ...................... 23 8 24 120 F M Caldwell .... ........ XJ)0) lots 18 and 19 Dudley survey .... .... 19 t 23 12..J 0 Ball .. .. ........ X15 .
of tasks forever doing, yet never that part sH of sH of eii of nett 8 lot 3 and 4 Prealleu survey .......... 19 9 23 10 F L Favor ... ............ :X 43
end of Bellamy road .. ... ... ...... ... 13 8 24 17 F Q Brown ..... ........ 130 lots 7 and 8 Keadle McRae tract.... 20 'Z3 HOP Prouty .. .. .......... 173
done; and the lack of change variety swtt of ne% nwtt of sett and eH of I lot 13 Keadle McRae tract ... ....... 20 t 23 7% L T McLaughUn v". ... 87
which takes from life its NIt wtt... . ... '". ... ... ... ... .. 15 8 24 160 Unknown .... .... ........ :267 !, 21 acres of nwtt of nwtt ..... ........ 20 23 21 A H'McClennan. ........ 172
ae% of swtt s of Bellamy road ... .. 16 824 25WB&HC Weaver ... 100 I{ lot X and s 27 acres of lot 2 .......... 21 9 23 96 Mrs S E Wall. .. ........ 3 15 .
and savor and robs us of courage to nett of t>ett s and e of Bellamy road 20 8 24 14 W R Gllsson' .... ........ .. 143 I 1'1' % of nest . . .... ...... ........ 24 9 23 80 Unknown . .. ........ 143 '
face its trials.I sett of nett nett of sett ......... .... 20 8 24 80 F Q Brown .... ...... .. 172 : eH of nw%, swtt of nwttwH .... ....... 24 t 23 120 W H Blocker .. .. ... ..... 315
1'1' % of nwtt and eH .... ....... ...... 21 8 24 400 Western R R Co ... .... 739 of sett and w% of sett of ae%.... 28 9 23 100 Mrs, A M Hall ...... .... SIS
have raised strawberries co that swtt of nett swtt of nwtt and aw%.. 22 8 24 236 F Q Brown ...... ........ 384 e 7-20 of saY of set .... ..... ...... 28 9 23 14 R Ford .. .. .... ..... 68
swtt of swtt ..... ..... .. ........ 23. 8 24 40 Western R R Co ... ..... 100 lot 1 ........ .... .. ..... ..... ......... 30 9 23 40 L F Norton ...... ........ 171 ..i
we have enjoyed them freely for more nett of nwtt .. .. .... .......... .... 25 8 24 40 Western R R Co .. .. ... 100 I Ie
naY of nwttnwtt .. .... .... .... .......... 3S 9 23 40 F Q Brown ... ......... 100 "
than twenty years; in the earlier part % of nwtt w% of nwtt/wH of sett : of sett .. .. ..... .. ....... ........ 1 t 24 40 Thos Waltman .... ..... 143
and swtt .. .. ... .. ... ............ 26 X 24 403 F Q Brown .... ....... ... 697 saY of sett .... .. ..... .|........ .... 1 9 24 40 Latin Scurry ... ....... 100 1
of that time with some help from my w% of swtt of nw%...... .......... .. 27 8 24 20 Wm Smith ... .... ..... 73 I swtt of settsett ............. .. .... ........ 1 9 24 40 Randall Scurry .... ..... 100
husband and his hired men-later wH of swtt of nw% ... ... ...... 27 8 24 20 W M Smith ...... .... ... 73 : of nett ae% of nw% w% of settswtt .. 2 t 24 160 F Q Brown trustee ...... 315 j
my cH of nwtt a% of sett and sH of IW% 27 8 24 240 Western R R Co.. .. ... 597 i of saY and nett of swttnwtt .... .... a 9 24 80 Allen Geiger ...... ........ 468
children; helped me, but if I had waited nett of nett and sH' of ee tt ....... .... 28 8 24 120 F Q Brown .... .... .. .... 384 of sett and sett of IW% ........ J 9 24 80 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 73
In ne corner of nett of swtt.. ....... 32 8 24 2 William Lnne .... .... 58 I nett of naY and a% of sett of nw%.. 3 8 24 60 Unknown ... .... ........ 200
till the men of the family found In. part of nett of swtt ........... .. 32 8 24 5 William Ford ...... ... ... 100 nw% of lIe% ....... ...... .............. 4 9 2t 40 F Q Brown trustee .. .. 100
\leisure to lead out in this matter, I am eH of nw 4 of sett. . .... .... ... 32 8 24 20 Horace Bryant ... .. ... 143 I swtt' of nettswtt .. .... ......... ............ 4 9 2t 40 Kenning Land & Invt Co 100
eH and eH of nwtt and eH of swtt of saY ... ..... ........ ........ i 9 2t 40 W W Banders115
afraid we should have had few berries, and nwtt of swtt... ... ... .......... 33 8 24 520 Western R R 'I nwtt of nwtt sH of nwtt "H of sell\

and I should have missed a great deal nH of nett swtt of nett nwtt of se% nw% of swtt stt of swttnwtt ...... ...... S 9 24 320! F Q Brown Trustee .... 6 27 ,
a% of ett n% of BW% sett of sw 4 I of nw% .... .. .. ... 'I t 24 40 R L Wall... ............ 100
besides fruit, for I found in the straw and nwtt... .. .... ... ... ... ...... 34 8 24 S20 F Q Brown trustee ...... 'u I swtt of swtt dot nwtt of sett sad '

nwtt of cwtt and wtt of swtt ........ 36 8 24 80 F Q Brown .. ...r. ...... :z 43 swtt of nwtt of swtt .. ..... ........ 'I t 24 70 Mrs It L Wall .... ........ X 02 4
berry bed a source of pride and pleasure sett of swtt nH of swtt and swtt of w% of nett of nettnH ....... .......... 1 t 24 20 Mrs Mary Walker ... ... 68 i
to look forward to, variety nwtt ... .... ...... ................... 36 8 24 160 F Q Brown ...... ........ 313 of nett of nw% of saY ..... ...... 8 9 24 5 H P Cauthen ... ... ...i 100
something all....... .. ...... ........ .......... 8nH 8 25 S39 Florida Finance Co ... .. .62 naY of netttt .. .. ........ ....... 8 24 40 Allen Selgler .... ...... .. 100
and interest in my work while of nett nH of nwtt and swtt of I acre in nH of swtt of naY and 2
ne% .... ....... ..... .... ....... .. 17 8 25 199 Western n n Co . .... 384 acres In nett of awl of nettnwtt .... ... S 9 24 214 J D Hlggta botham .... ISO
all the time I spent there was repaidme nwtt of swttnwtt .... ........... .. ..... 1J! 8 25 40 Western' n R Co ... .... 100 I II of nett and nett of nwtt ........ 8 9 24 80 W W Saunders .. .. .... 1 71
.......... ..... 8 10 F A Simmons Tr .......... 2431
many times by the lightening of lees sett of nwtt 19 25 20 acres In nwtt of setteH ..... .... .... a 9 24 20 Macon Construction Co .. 100
ett of nwtt wH of sett and nH of of swtt of nwtt of saY ..... .... 9 9 24 6 J F Saunders . ........ 68
my cares in other directions. For swtt ... ... ... .. .... ................ 21 8 25 200 F Q Brown Tr .... ...... 315 I lots 3 block S Grandln .. .. -.......... 8 9 24 Unknown .... .. ........ 73
there not three blessed weeks swtt of nwtt .... .... .... .......... 22 8 25 40 Florida Commercial Co .. 100 1 1a lot 2 and 7 ........ ... .. .............. 9 9 24 85 HennlnR Land & Invt Co 1 71
were % of sett' less 4 acre. ..... .......... 22 8 25 16 Ira Garman .. ............ 1'Z2 I all unsurveyed' parts.... ... .......... 9 9 24 70 F Q Brown Trustee ..... 1 7X
in the very hardest time of the yearto swtt ."C nwtt and sH of swtt ..... ... 26 8 25 10 Florida Finance Co.. .... 2 43 lots 2 and 14 ... .. ... ... ...... ........ 9 9 24 73 J M Geiger .. .......... X 4S
w% of swtt of nett ..... .... .... .... 26 8 25 20 3 11 Wnton 3r.... ........ 87 lot 4 ... ..... ........ ..... ... ........ S 9 24 40 Unknown . .... ....._. 100.
find the :a when I need take no nH of nett .. .. ..... .... .............. 27 8 25 80 Ira Gorman ... .... ... .... 243 all unsurveyed parts .... ...... ...... U 9 24 5 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 44
t thought for pies or puddings For, nwtt of nw% .... .. .... .............. .r7. 8 25 40 F Q Brown .... .......... 100w nett of nwtt ... ...... .... .. ........ 12 9 24 40 Smith & Whalen .. .. .. 1 72 "
% of se% stt of swtt less' 60 acres.. 28 8 25 100 3 W Tedder .... ...... .... 243 ; cwt% of set' ..... .... .... .... ........ 12 t 24 40 E Smith .. ... ........ 142
with meat and vegetables, fresh bread n% of swtt' of nett and nwtt of nett 28 8 25 60 3 11 CheSS& .. '". ..... 115 t n% of saY less 17 acres ..... ...... U t 2t 63 Allen Ford .... .. .... .. X 1St'
strawberriesand swtt of nwtt and awl of sett and e% all unsurveyed' 15 622 F Q Brown-trustee .. 8 '
and butter and unlimited of swtt .. .. ... .... .......... .......... 29 8 25 160 F Q Brown ..... ... ... 2 5'7 lots 5 and 7 ..parts...... ::::.: ::. ::::: :: 16 : i: Sarah Archer .. ::: : 3 84 'I i
cream everybody was satisfied swtt ...... .....- .... ........ .......... 31 825 160 E E Pinner .. ....... ..... a 15 se% of ne% .. ..... ...... ...... ........' 11 9 24 40 Sarah Archer .. . ..... 172 .-
nett of nett ..... .... ........ .......... 31 825 40 F Q Brown .... .......... 100' nwtt of swttsett ...... .... ...... ........ 19 9 24 40 Mm S E WaH '" ... 315 .
and nobody cared for anything more. ne% of nett ..... *... ...... ............ 33 8 m 40 G w Hall ....... .......... 87 of setteH .. ... ..... .... .... ........ 19 9 24 40 F Q Grown trustee ..... 100
Then what a relief it was to go into sH of ne%...... ... ......... ............ 33 8 25 80 T Jlllllard ... ... ... .... 2 43 of nett and nwtt of netteH .... ... .. 19 24 120 Henning Land & Inn Co X 00
sett of nwtt ..... ........ .......... .. 35 8 25 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100e of sett .... .. .. ... ..... .... ...... 20 t 24 80 Wm mocker ... . .. X 43
the cellar and get a can of strawberries % of net 8W% of liett nett of Swtt all unsurveyed parts .... ..... ,....... 21 9 2t 447 F Q Brown Trustee ..... S 27 .
for I "wanted nw% of M% 8W% of nw%.. .......... 35 8 25 240 F Q Drown ... ........ 486 all unsurveyed parts .... ............ 23 9 24 190 F Q Brown. Trustee ...... 2 4S* ,
when any reason sett of ne% ... .. .......... ........- .... 36 8 25 40 Bent Alexander .... ...... 112 : all unsurvyed parts ... ...... .... 27 9 24 613 F Q Brown Trustee. ... .8 81 .
something particularly nice for tea: atany i nwtt of nett ...... ...... ... .. .... .... 36 8 25 40).1 Coleman .... ........ .. 100' sett of swttwH ... .... .... ... .......... 30 t 24 40 Marcus Betll&burg .. .. 109 ; r

the I raised enough, nwtt of nett ...... .... ..... .......... 1 8 26 40 3 W SI1co ...... .......... J 43, of nwtt . ..... :-. .............. 30 9 24 80 F Q Brown Trustee. ... 173
time of year. swtt of nett and nett of nwtt ..... .. 1 8 26 80 Florida Finance Co ...... 143 nH of swtt. of nett. .. ...... ...... .... 30 9 2t 5 Ida H Padgett. . ....... 68
too. most years so I had more than we .W% of sett .. ........... .... .......... 8 s %6 40 Edw North .... .......... 172 wH of nett of saY of setteH ..... ........ 30 9 24 6 B F Thompson i. . .... 58
sH of swtt less 1 acre to school .. 9 826 'l9 Ozlaa Knowles .... ...... 243 of setts .. ..... .. ....... ......... n 2.24 80 F Q Brown Trustee. ..... 172
could use and many a time I was ableto nH of nwtt wtt of nwtt and H tt of 10 acres of nH of set, of swtt n 10 C

coveted book or take a se% ... .... ...... ........ ........ 11" 8 26 160 Florida Finance Co ...... 257 acres of sH of sett of swttstt .......... 32 9 2t 20 R L Wall . .... ......- 130
buy a pa pelt of nwtt .... ..... .-... ............ 11 826 40 Unknown .... ... ...... 100e of saY of swtt .... ................ 32 9 24 10 W H Butler .... .......... 58
per or magazine by the ale of the % of w% and 11'% of e% set of naY wH of swttnwtt .... ....... .... ........ 32 t 24 80 F Q Brown Trustee .. .... 171
whop.cked and nett of sett ... ..... .... ...... 12 8 26 400 Unknown .... .... . ... 6 27 of nwtt e% of nwtt sH of naY 33 9 24 200 F Holford Est ..... ...... 468 ,-
surplus' berries to neighbors nwtt of nett and nett of nwtt ...... 14 8 26 80 Unknown .... .... . 143w wH of nwtt of swtt and e% of nwtt
the fruit themselves, getting % lees'wH of nwtt and e% leas swtt of settswtt .... ... ;.. ..... 33 9 2 40 R L Wall .. .. .. .... 1 30
of sett ... ..... .. ... ... ..... .......... 15 8 26 50 Florida FInance Co .. ... 769w except 20 acres and sH' of set 33 9 24 220 Smith & Walker ...... .. 7 39
t (cheaper in that way.I % of nwtt .. .... .... ......... .. .. 15 8 26 80 L 0 Garrett .... .... .. .. 143 w% of nwtt of saY. .. ..... .......... 33 9 24 20 W C Morse . .. ........ 87

recommend the strawberry tied to saY of swtt ....... ......... .......... 17 8 26 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 87 e% of sett of lot 4 .... .... ........... 34 9 24 6 GPO Carroll .. .. ...... 68
I w% of nw% sal of nwtt swtt of nett 19 8 26 160 John Harvey .. .......... 458 saY of lot 9 .... .... . ..... ........ 34 9 24 10 Unknown .. ... ... .... 73
fhc women of the farm who do not nwtt of swtt and saY of awl ..... .. 20 8 26 M Unknown .... .... ....., .. 172 all unsurveyed parts ............... 35 9 24 78 F Q Brown Trustee...... 172
off nwtt of nwtt naY of sett swtt ot sett 21 8 2S 120 0 U LarJdn .... ... ........ 200 set' of nett and fIe% and lIe% of swtts 38 9 24 2 10 F O Brown Trustee ...... lIT
ready possess one. Get the plants swtt of nett .... .... .... ........ .... 21 S 26 40 B Ga.tl1n ...... .... ...... 172 % of wH of Bwtt of swttnett .... ....... 3S 9 24 15 J F Lynch .... ... .... .. 73
neighbor If you have not the e% of swtt ...... ... ... ... ........ ........23wH 8 26 80 3 S Price. ...... .... .... 143 of swtt of swtt and nH of nw% c .: .
me of nwtt .... .. ... .... ............ 23 8 26 80 Unknown .... .. .... .... 14\: of swtt of swtt . .. ........ ... z.t 24 15 1)ankJones: ... ... ". ..... 2 ol:
6 money to pay. but if you can spare it, e% of naY .. ........ ...... ...... .... 25 8 26 M Florida Finance Co ..... 143 fly of nwtt of nwttsett . ... ...... .. 36 9 24 10 F B Nichols-._ .......... 100
for eH of saY ....... .... .... .... ..... 27 8 26 80 3 S and Peter Price ...... 143 of salt wH of e% eH of w% ew% ...r .
7 better send to the nurseryman wH of sett and a% of swtt ..... .... 27 8 26 100 Unknown ..... .. ....... I15 of nwtt w% of swttsH ... .. ....... 1 9 25 480 Unknown ;... .:. ... ...... T69
Them. Describe soil and ask him swtt .. ". 29 828 C A Brown .... '...' 100 of nett w% of saY eH of swttsett
your stt\'u of sett :..: ::::..:::::::::: 29 826 rg Florida Finance Co :::.:: 53 of nwttswtt .... ... ... ............ S 25 280 Ur.known ... ... ... .__ 488
to make a selection for you from o'd swtt of nwtt ........ ... ... ........ .. 30 8 26 40 F M Hall .......... 100 of **>4 sH of swtt ... .......... 8 9 25 120 Unknown :.. ... ..... 2 43w
nett ..... .. 30 8 26 1 A N Whittaker 215 % of nay *H of nwtt nwtt of sett
well-tasted varieties. One hundred nwtt 'of nwtt' :..:::: :::: ::::::..:::::: 30 826 : J w hail ... ...".: .::' :: 2 43 I Ia and nH of swttswtt ... ... ... ... ........ 15 9 25 276 F Q Brown trustee ...... 467

plants is enough to begin with. If H of swtt ...... .... ............ ..... 30 8 2S 8O..J T Minton 8r ............ 243 of naY and nwtt of saY .. .... I 9 25 M Tbos. Waltman ... ... ... 243
..... 6 9 25 120 Ira Nelson .. .. .. .. X43
nH of nwtt lees 22 acres ... .. .... 31eH 8 26 68 3 T Minton Sr ........ .... 243 wH of nwtt and nwtt of swtteHofeett .
the ground is not ready for them bury ... .. .. ... ... ... ........... 6 9 25 80 Florida Commercial Co 173
of saY of nett ..... .... ... ... ... 31 s 2S 20 H P Potter. .............. 87
the roots of the plants in moist soil eH of sett ......... .... ...... ....... 31H 826 80 H N JdcCr&ny ...... ...... 243 eH and naY of nw%... ... ... ... ... T 9 25 360 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 537
of swtt. ... .... ........ .. .... .... 31 S 2S 80 Florida FInance Co ...... 112 w% of. ... .. .. .. ... ... ........ 8..9 25 4SO O. A. Buddington ... .... 456
until it is. It will go hard if you cannot a% of nwtt ...... ...... ........ ...... 31 s %6 80 BenJ Alexander .... ...... 112 w% of saY and nett of senH %... ... .. 9 25 120 Unknown ..... 2 U
of for them wH of swtt ....... .... ...... .......... 32 8 26 80 G U Larkin .... .......... 172 of swtt sl'f nwtt ne>l of nwtt 10 t 25 200 Flonua Commercial Co.. 3 Mae
secure a piece ground n% of swtt of nw% of nwtt.. .... .. 32 8 28 5 H D Rogers .... ........ 68 % "% of naY nwtt of naY; ....... 10 9 25 280 O. A. Buddlngton ... .... 4D6
that has been plowed and harrowed; sett of salt ....... ...... .............. 33 8 26 to Unknown .... .... ........ 100e eH of nwtt swtt of nwtt n% of swtts U 9 25 200 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 315
% of naY swtt of nett ne'of nwttwH eH of nwtt wH of nett and tt .... U 9 25 320 Florida Commercial Co.. 484
it should be six or seven rods long by of nw% sH of swtt...... ........ 33 826 320 Florida FJn nee 00 ...... 514 w 4 of nwtteH ... ... ... ... ... ......... 12 9 25 80 B. F; Stags .. .,. ... .. 172
feet wide oT nett of nett ... .. ...... ........ ...... 35 826 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 87 and eH of nwtt and swtt... ..... 13 9 25 660 Aownuddington.. ._.. 73962T
about as many 9 part fractional part .... ....4* .... ........ 3 S 27 La A C Riotrards .... ...... .. .4 swttnwtt... ... ... ..... .... ... ...... ... 14 25 160 O. .. .... 1 q
the vegetable garden, if possible, so a, w% of swtt ..... 4 8 27 80 Unknown .... .... ...... .. 112 of wtteH ... ... ... ... ... ........ 14 9 2S 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 \10
of swtt and saY
of sett
tak eH of nwtt swtt of nwtt nwtt of IW% 5 8 27 160 Mrs W J Hardy....... 115 swtt wtt
hand. Then
to be near at your nw% of nwtt ..... ...... ...... ...... 6eH 8 27 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100 of nettrU. .... .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 15 925 820 Unknown ... ... ... .....
children end go out In the frcaa ar of nett 11% of sett and swtt ...... 6 8 r720 Mrs W 3 hardy... ...... 131 of swtt of nett; .. ... ... ... ..... 15 t 25 20 L W and W F John.U. 100
say of sett ...... .... ...... ........ 8 8 r7 40 ...... ........ 228 1'1' %... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 18 9 25 320 O. A. Buddlngton ... ... 468
and sunshine and for one hone each nett of nay nwtt of nett and lots 12 X 9 8 27 219 FlOrida Finance Co .... 364 aU ... ... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... 11 9 2S 640 Unknown. '". ... ..... 1023
day forget the kitcehn and revel In all...... '. .. ......... ............ ...... 15 8 r7 470 Florida Finance Co ...... 7 3t of swtt. ... ... .... 18 9 25 80 Dennis Smith ... ... ..... 173
..... ........ a of naY swtt,of naY eH of sa%.. 18 9 2S 200 O. A. Buddlngton ... .... 115
saY of nett .... ........ 16 8 r7 40 Wm Jdelton ........ ...... 100
the light and health and liberty out nett of nett nwtt of nwtt swttjrf nett of swtt... ... ... ... ... ... ..... 18 9 2S 80 Ellis Miltage ... ... ..... 1 i2
naY of swtt a% of swtt and sett .... ... ... ... ... ... .......,.... 19 t 25 320 Unknown .. ... ... ...... 454
side until you make the bed. Leave less nett of sett ....... ...... ...... 17 $7 360 Jax St Aug' Ie lad River ffi.ot nw% and swttall ... ... ... ..... 19 9 25 238 F. Q. Brown trustee ... 315
... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ...... 20 9 25 640( O. A. Buddlngton ... .... 81
each Co ... .... .... .. 742 .
room for the cultivator to run Ry ... ... ... ..... 881
.r. Unknown
... ... ... ... ... .. ... ........... n t 25 640.
side and stretch .. line *o as to get nett of sett .... ...... ........ ........ 17 8 27 4O"J{ A Browne..... ........ 100 all .... ..... .... ... ...... 23 t 25 640 O. A. Buddlngton ..... 103
swtt of nett..... ... ........ 18 8 r7 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100 all fractiona2'. .... ...... ............ 23 9 25 660 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 81
your row straight; then trim off all e% of saY eH of nwY, ...... .......... 18wH 8 r7 160 Unknown .... .... ...,..... a 15 27 25 560 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 19 U
all fractional ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9
less nwtt of nwtt ....... .... ...... 19 8:7 280 Florida FInance Co ...... 4 liS
dead or broken leaves end moisten the lot 2 ..... ...... ...... .................. 20 S r7 40 F Q Brown .... .......... 100 all ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... 2S 9 25 633 Florida Commercial... ... ... Co....... 1023 1023:
640 Unknown
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all. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
of Make the boles nett of sett nwtt of swtt .... ......... 20 8 Z 80 F Q Brown ... ... ....... 1 12n'li tied
roots your plants. eH and cwtt and nett of nwtt
of of and of
to saY .nwtt...nwtt. .. ....nett........swtt... .... 20 8 r7 160 Unknown .. ... .. ... 31S ewY of nwtt... ... ... ... ... no ... Hm 25 657 Florida Commercial Co. 982
for them large! enough ao as spread .. ... .. .. ... ... ... ...... ._.... t 25 640 Unknown ... ... _. .... 1023
of ..... ... ........ .......... all.
eH sett 8
nswtt r7 80 Florida Finance Co ...... 143
Florida Commercial Co. 10 z3
.:: ... ... ... .,. ... ... ......... 32 9 28 (34
them out and see that the fine mellow of swtt .. ... ... ...... .............. 21 3 r7 40 Jdra W J hardy ... ....... 100 all.sett of. nwtt .. .. .. J3 f 2S 40 F. Q. Brown trustee .... 100IY
son is packed closely about each one n% of. nwtt swtt of nwtt n% of settswtt of swY of nwY w% of 33 9 25 200 Unknown ... .. ... ..... 315
of ee tt sett of swtt.. .... ...... 22 S 27 m F Q Brown .... .. ....... I U nH nwtt and lot 1.t 9 25 229 Florida Commercial Co. INn t
well up to the crown. Set them about nett ..... .............. .... 22 8 r7 160 A C Richards .... ........ S 15 wH% of of nwtt saY sett. ...of. .swtt.. ... ..... ....... Sf 925 80 F. A. Simmons truatoa.. 1'3
and let the children n% of swtt swtt of swtt ..... ........ 23 S r7 UO Florida Finance Co ...... 2 U all fractional .. ... .. IS 9 2S 108 Unknown .... ... ... ..... 172 .
eigtheen Inches apart, nw% of nett saY of nay e% of settnwtt swtt of nett sere of sett 4w.fose+, .

help. When the men are cultivating of sett nH of nwtt saY of and wHH .. . .. ... ... ... ... .... a 9 26 480 L 0 Garrett .. ... ... .. 769
nwtt wH of swtt ....... ... ........ 28 8 rr fOG F Q Brown .... ......... 799ewY

other crops get them th run the of nwtt .... ...... ..... ...... .... :28 8 27 40 F Q Brown .... ........ .. 100 1 of nett and e 5%% of of settwH nwtt...nwtt... ..of. .nwttsw4 .. .. 4 2S 440 Florida Commercial .Co.. '7 td
cultivator and down the rows and e% of swtt ... ..... ...... ... ........ 28 S 27 tIO Join W 3 Hardy ...... ... 172 of settnH . .. ... .. ... ...... 2S W Est W J Hardy ... ... 1 O
up nwtt of c e tt and 11'% of De', ..... .... 23wH 8 r7 120 Mrs W 3 Hardy .......... 243 except nw% of nettwtt ...... ... ...... 5 9 26 277 F Q Brown trustee..... 4 CA
don't let the weeds get a start. of nwtt of nwtt .... .... .......... 30 8 27 20 E 3 Z\lmw&.lt .... ........ 87 of swtt' ... ... ... ... ... 'I 26 40 L O Garrett ... ... ... ... 87
sett of salt ... .... .... .......... .... 30 a 4Q Parker &; CarrawaT ..... 100 n of sett and swtt of neI4.. ... .... T 9 2S 120 Miss S B Hill ..... X43
nH of nwtt .... ...... ....... .......... XXnett 8 27 80 N 3 Grt'en .... .. .......... 1 72 D of nett; and saY of nett ... .... 1 9 2S 120 F Q Brown trustee ...... 2 00
e% of saY swtt of nwtt w% of of swtt and wH of nwtt.. .... T 9 26 ISO Unknown ... ... ?. ..... X '7 ta
swtt .... ...... ...... ...... ........ 32 S r7 ass F Q Brown ...... ..... .. 557 of n5',... ... ... ... ... ......... 8 9 2S 40 R J Barnett ..... ... .
CAUSE OF MONOTONY. sett of nett swtt of swttnett ..... .... .... 1 s m 8o! Western R ROo... .. ... 315 se of sett. .... ... ... .... ... ...... a 9 26 40 Florida Commercial::: Ce... X43n t
wish of sett .... ........ .... ............ J 9 23 4Q 3 W McRae Eat .......... B'l DW', of swtt. wH of sal neV of settett
Editor-Mr. Paragraph, I YOU 1'1' % of e% of swtt ..... .... ........ .... J 9 m 40 F O'Neil ..... .... ... 112 of sw%... ... ... ... ... ... ... I t 2S 200 Miss 8 B Hill ... ... ..... X45
wouldn't write so many jokes about ne 6H acres of sett of SITU .... ...... a 9 23 4% W 3 Arnold .... ......... 68 wH of nettnett .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... S 926 80 Est W J Hardy ... ...... 143
lot 3 ... ..... .... .....vnwtt ... .......... S 9 23 60 E JI Ryan .... ... ... .. 172 of naY: nH of nwtt sett of nw%
men who can't pay their bills. They of saY ....... ...... .............. 3 9 23 40 Western R ROo.... ... 141 nett of swtt of nwtt a H of swtt of
funny in but so naY of swtt ..... ........ .... a S m 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 143 nwttwH .. .. ... ... ... ... ... .. t 9 :26 191F Q Brown trustee ..... S75X57
are enough away* w 10 acres of nwtt of swtteH ............ a S 23 10 II C Patton ..... .......... 68 of s.wtt s% of saY.-. ... 9 28 160 Unknown '". ... ... .....
many of them are a little monot noQI.Can't of nett of swtt e% of sett of nwttsett naY of see, eeof swttnwtt ... 9 t 2S 80 F Q Brown .. ... ...... 172.'g.
some otb- of swtt .. ........... .... ...... S 823 71 3 W McRae Est ......... .14 of sal and nett lees oaY of
you get your mind on .... 44 ... ... ... ... ... ... ......... 9 ..
4 acres in nwtt of set ...... ........ 10 923 4 Joseph Turnipseed nay t 28 160 R 0 Cole Eat ... ... _
er subject? nw X acres of nwtt of nwtt .... ...... 10 9 m 3 A P FalweU ... ... ...... 44 nwtt of saY... ... ... ... ... ... .... 10 9 2S 40 J T Minton Sr. .. ... _. k
swtt of swtt .. ....... .....*....... ... 10 9 D 40 R M Tee ...... ........ 100 net and sH of DW% and wH. of swY U 926 320 F Q Brovn ... ... ...... 4 III
Mr. Paragraph (thoughtfully e 14-a of lot 6.... ..... ...... ........ 11 828 14 T .J Rodlren... ........ 72 w% of nwtt. and aH of swtt... ... .. .H 9 2S 160 H C Schaffer ... ... "" '
Perhaps I could-if I had a little larger naY ...... .. ...... ............. .. 11 9 23 160 Western R R Co .... .... 315 1% of swttsett ... ... .. ... ... .. ..... H t 2S 80 Florida. Finance Co.......,"SJ
lot 3 and n% of sal of swtt. .. ..... 12 S 23 8S T 3 Rogers .... ...;.. .... 315 of sett... ... ... ... .... ......... 14 %S -Unknown ... .... ,." .....In
salary New York Weekly. 18 acres of sett of nett ..... ........ .. 14 1 2:1: 18 3).1 Temmons ...... ...... 100 nH of pelt... ... ... .. ... ..... ..... 14 926 80 T W Betehamf. ..



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OWNER. There is another remarkable characteris'ie -
a OWNER 80 DESCRIPTION. ::2 -
, DESCRIPTION d -- a of this plant that none of its
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Along its tangled roots Close examination

lot 2 and w % of swtt of lot 1........ 30 10 S3sett 45 JAB Mahoffy ...... .... 243 shows masses of what
.' of nail 'sell of lie" anl s> of of nett and ne% of sett .... .... 33 10 anett 80 Henning Land & Invt Co 16T are
...... 287
.. ... .. ... .. 11 f 26 ISO 11' Q Brown trustee .... 243 known to be tubercles.
says..* of nwtt and nwtt of nwtt .... .. 34 10 a 80 Mrs C H Bent ... ... In other
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.. swtt of nitt'nw'tt of'seH s'; of nwtt 15 f 26 160 F Q Brown... ... ... ...... 143 D% of swtt ...... .... .... ...... ...... 35 10 23 80 Henning Land & Invt Co 243 words of
" ... nH ot nett. 15 26 80! Unknown Cole ... ... .... 2.t e% of jett ..... .... ...... .... ........ .35 10 23 89 L> 0 Garrett .... .... .... Sit every root alfalfa h afflicted
. .H of fiwtt nH'of nwtt. 1* 9 26 160 Est R G ... ... ... .. 172 swtt of nett .... .... .............. 38 10 asett 40 J W Fry Eat .... ........ 100 with tuberculosis. Inhabiting these
of swtt.. .._ 11 26 40 J H Howard ... ..... 172
nwtt .. .
.. ... 143 of nwtt and nwtt of sw% .... .. 36 10 anett 80 TS S Brown
a% of Deli. 17 26 80 Eat W J Johnson Hardy... .. .8' .. ....... .... ........ .......... 1 10 4nwtt 160 Florida Commercial Co.. 115 tubercles are myriads of bacteria. It

e4 n& of of aett aett'of of.ne& %.nwtt of nett ... 17 17 9! 26 26 50 20 Unknown William ... ... ... ...v.. 1 00 of sett of ett .. ..... .......... 1 10 M 10 C Shlnn ...... .... ........ U Is a general belief that bacteria are
n% of nwVi of 8014 eH of neh of nett
, lots nwtt 1224 of nays and nH S o.( nwtt aft of swtt 11 19 !926 26 200 257 Florida Fla Southern Commercial R R .Co... .. 3 I U 84it of *w% sH of nnrl' of sett"......... 2 10 24 C H K Newbert ... ........ 2 230 harmfU to the human race. Some
central 4H acres of w% of nwtt of
. D nwtt% of of sett nwtt and.'AI lot of 1.nwtt.and awttDett 20& f 9 26 280 567 F Florida Q Brown.Commei'val. Co....... 4 810 r.st $wY4 .. ....... .... .... ........ 2 10 24 4% M Adger ... ... ... ..... 130 kinds are; but science Is authority for
26M trustee ...... 11 central 6 acres on e side of nwtt of
F Brown the statement that bacteria
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t, of De% 23nH 1 26 440 Florida 667 wtt .... ......... .... ................ 2 10U: 5 Jesse Adger ... ... ....... 130 are not
and nwtt of nett
end of nwtt
.., stt of nwtt eH 23sH 26 80 F Q CommeroialCo... 143r sH of swtt of ee% of nwtt ............ 2 10 24 5 F A Llttflefleld .... ........ 100e always dangerous. Professor O. L.

of nw%. 26 80 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 143 % ot nett of sett ..... .... ............ 2 10 24 20 James Nason ...... .... .. 37 Clothier of the Stave Agricultural College -

lot 2. n 9 26 M L 0 Garrett .... .. .. ... 100 in ae corner of swtt of sett In ne cor-
17 Fla Southern Co..... .6a ner of swtt of sett and in nw cor- In Kansas says In discussing the
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I. w% ner of sett of aett. ........ .... .... 2 10 24 20 W R Crome .... ........... 212
less H ofa& ... ... ... ... .... 17 26 zoo C G Chase ... ... ... ... M
s% .. .......... 100 bacteria alfalfa and similar
... 172e w% of sett of nett of swtt .... ..... 3nett 10 24 5 :Allen Fort on plants: I
... .... ... n 29 W F A Simmons trustee.
and Ot sett eH"of nw'4 and e% of swtt 26 f 26 477 Florida Commercial Co.. 1" of nwtt of ne b .... ......... .... 2 10 24, 10 S A Sawyer ...... ........ 100 "Many species are very beneficial to

JZ! 9 26 10 W N Wood... ... ... .... 1 Ut. nett of swtt nwtt'of swtt sett swtt of
w of ..-% of nwtt.. ... ... ... ..
P Co............ I 612
. M of sett of nwtt.. ... 33 26 10 Geo Jones .. ..... n swtt say of nwtt and swtt of nwtt 3 10 24 260 F C & Ry the world. Among them are the bacteria
truste ...... nI block 39 Marnlers Lake Sections Sand
Brown
40 F
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.w .of sw%. ?... 35 9 26 160 C G Chase ... ... ....... J 43t 10 .... ..... ...... ...... .......... 10:4 10 C P Bickford ... ... .... 111 inhabiting the tubercles on the
nw of K M.o L 0 Garrett ... ... ... .. lit eH of lots 8 and 9 Marnlers Lakesections roots of leguminous "
. lots.13 14 swtt 11 and 12 Bauble........... n 'H Mrs J W Codding-ton .. .. 172 3 and 10 .... .... ..... .... .. 10 24 8 Hiram Stetson ... ... ... 117 plants.
Bauble 37 26 Mrs J W Coddington... 58 a% of block a Marnlers Lake sections I remember that one of the assistants
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(. lot 3 Uvd 10 ...... .... .... ........ 10 24 10 O E Anderson .. .... ... 3 73
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37 9 26 Allen Kurtz
tot 25 Bauble in this department of that college -
part of Entralgo grant book J pIn 37 9 26 20 D Hay ... ... ... ... ...... 173 all ..... .... ...... ..... ........... :..... 7 10 24 640 Smith & Walker .. .. .. 11 64
, part Entralgo grant book 21 p 142.. 27 926 1 A R Pltner ... ... ..... 100 nH of nett of nett of ae% ... ........ 8 10 24 5 Mrs M. Chase .... .... .. 44 held up to me with a great showof
part Entralgo grant 37 9 26 10 E S Bauble .. .... ... ... 243f sH of nett of nett of sett ... ........ 8 10 24 5 M A Armstrong ..........
part Entralgo grant .. ..... S7swtt 9 29 100 F A Simmons trustee. 172 n% of w% of nw%.of sett .... ........ 8wH 10 24 15 W Mcdellaa .... ........ 1t a pride a culture of some sort showing

part lot 1 book P p 1 127 10 W A Bosworth .. ........ : loCI of nwtt of nett of net and sH what he said was a marvelous
part lot 2.... 1 9 27 2 James Wilkenon ... .... :J of sett of nett less 2% acres on n
Govtlots378. 2 / 27 120 W A Rawls ... ... ....... 243 aide '!I" ........ 101 22% R L Wall ... ... ... .... 1 U growth ot bacteria in tubercles. lIe
part lot 9. 27 J5)1 B Vance ... ... ....... 100 in w% of net( of..se% of..ne34 book 30
; nH of nett m4 of cell nH of nwttsett P 312nwtt ...... ....... .. .... ............ 8 10:4 Itt O eo P Preston ... ... ... 88 was absolutely fond of those tuber-
of nwtt. 4 1 27 240 F Q Brown trustee ...... 45&t of nwtt SW% of swtt ne% of cles. thought was one of
nett and iwtt of .raw' 4 9 n 80 F Q Brown ... ... ..... 172 SWtt ....... .... ................ .. .... 9 10 24 120 F Holford ... ... ... .... S,4S My great
nwtt and nett of swtt 5 9 27 119 F Q Bro\rn trustee ...... I 00 sett of swtt .................... 9 10 24 40 F Q Brown .. ............ 200 surprise until he informed me that
j' fof nett aett nwtt of aw%. I 27 279 F Q Brown ... ... ..... .51 nett of sell ofne+4 ..... ...... .,...... 9swtt 10 24 10 J E McDougall ... ... .. 172
of the best for the rehabilitation
" nett nr% of nett and net of of sett of ..tt .... ..... .......... 110 24 10 Dr G N Snow ...... ...... 1 a one things -
I 9 r 1 'r F Q Brown trustee ...... 281
I sett n% of sH of nwtt of sett and sH of of exhausted soils was to

In nw cor of a14 of sw% and all w nH of nwtt of sett ...... ........ .... 9 10 24 20 Ralph Watson ... ... ... 1 U
of J T A K W Ry in D% of awl( 6 9.27 a RUey & Wiley Metton.... J 4511W" nett less nett of sett of nett and ntt grow some sort of plants on whose

... ... .. 9 27 160 Pat O'Brien ... ... ...... J S7 of nwtt of sett aH of swtt of sett. root tubercles such as those would
of sw of swtt nwtt of fed 1 9 27 160 Wade Hampton ... ... 15 and nwT4 of sett of sett ............;. 9 10 24 190 Joseph Ware .... ...... .., .6 S7
nett of nw 4of nett.... 1 9 27 10).1 Martin .T. ... ... ..... 143 nwtt of sett of sett .... .... .......... 10 10 24 10 F HOlford Est .... ...... 100 thrive.

nH of nwtt of nwtt of nett. .. ... ... 1 9 27 S A Larson ... ... ... ..... fI8 Iota 11 and 12 block 1 lots 9 and 10 Alfalfa is of these plants. Its
one
sH" of nett ot awtt!. ... I 9 27 20 Henry Strunz ... ... .... 81 block 2 lots 13 14 block 4 tots IS 16
nett of nett Btt of sett. I 9 27 80 F Q Brown trustee ... .. 2 115 block 5 lots 17 18 19 20 block 6 lots 27 long roots ,have a double part to playin
nwtt of nett. I 9 27 40 F Q Brown ... ... ...... 11 28 block 7 or In sett of swtt ... ... 10 10 24 15 Thos Leamy ... ... ..... .05
nett less sett of nett n*>i of nwUnwtt lots 1 and 2 block 1 lots 3 4 block 2 this renovation of nature. Toe
all block 2 lot 23 24 block 4 lots 21
-I- of sw% swtt of nwft and nH millions of bacteria
millions
,. of sett less a a 6 9 27 320 F Q Brown trustee ...... 51& 22 block 5 lots 25 26 block 7 all in upon
:. eeYi of swtt... ... ... ... ... ...... 10 10 24 15 John Prescott .... .... .. 4 06 draw quantities of nitrogen
; large
po" nwtt of nwtt aett of pw% and sH ofsett e% of nett .... .... ....... ............ .111024 80 W B Smith .... ..?....... 251
.w'4..S 9 37 160 F Q Brown trustee ...... 281
k of"nett..V\.V.V.... 3 9 27 40 G B Joiner ... ... ... ... 67 nwtt of nett .. ..... ...... .......... 11 10 24 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 87 from the air and tore it up in the

I' part lot 2 and lot 4 and sH of m H.. 10 lr 141 W A Rawls ... ... ....... 243r nH of nwtt swtt of nwtt nH of sw% tubercles for use when the plant
of swtt ........ ...... ........ 11 10 24 140 F Holford Eat ... ... ... 11
; lot 1. 11 lr !SI B Vance u. ... ..... 173 G F .. .. ..... 1 'Z2 Scientific has
.. nw% of aw% less 10 acres .... ........ 11 10 24 30 Holford : needs H. experiment
lott...3o 837 BBC HaywoodW ... ... .... 173 n% of sH of swtt of swtt ... ....... U 10 24 15 E W Bushnell .... ........ 100
C acres of n% of eH of nett book of hown this to be absolutely true.
: ... .. .. .. IS 27 6 8 W Johnson ... ..... nH of ee% of swtt nwtt sw% of
.. .. t 130
p 118. .. 273
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W L Yates .
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sett Then the roots an excursion for
eY of ne'4... ... ... ... ... ........... t 27 40 S Dawson ... ... ... .... 100 go on
, part w % of neIL.. ... .. ........ 13 927 M Randall .. .. 143 s% of nett swtt of sett and s 6-10 of
: IH acres in e% of lot 10... ... ... ... 16 9 27 1% N C Trottman. ... .. 44 nwtt of sett of sett .... .... ........ 11 10 24 U Ida Felkerlnr .. .... .... 1 'Z2 certain chemicals on their own hook.
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., wH of lot 10... ... ... ... .. ......... 1' 9 27 11 W B Kimball ... ...I72 e% of sett of swtt of ae% .... ........ 11 10 24 5 S W Brown ........ 100w They go down ten, fifteen or twenty I
t lot 1... ..: ... .. ... ... ...... ....... 17 9 27 40 F Q Brown trustee ,..... 100 % of aw% of sett of sett .... ...... 11 10 24 6 Wm Qverdale... ....... 2 U
1 lot I..... .... ... .. .... .... 17 917 40 Mrs A Roper ... ... ..... 456 e% of w% of nett of D"% and wH of feet, and bring up the potash and I
nwtt of sett and.e14 of 1Ie%... .... 24 9 27 so o A OM.;... ... ......... I 43 sett of nwtt of nett and nH of nett acid that needed for
tot 3 w ot St Johns river ... ........ 31 9 27 70 Mrs J W Coddington. .. 143 of nwtt of ne less 2 acres and eV phosphoric are
lot 8... ... ... ... ... ........ 36 27 80 (F A Sairtsbury ? .. ...= J:2 of n% of swV of nett and e% ofswtt such a plant and Its tubercles.
lot 10.. ... ... 'o. ... iM.I. ....... M 9 27 1&2 James Morton ... ... ... 115 of sett of nwtt .... ............ U 10 24 38 Samurt Ryan ... ... .... tIS!
part Cocifacio grant book 14 p 416... 37 9 27 4"% Geo Wilkenon ... ... ... 1:2 nwtt of nw% w% of nett of nwtt .... 12 10 24 70 Dave Sessions .... ........ 2 43 Now, when these roots decay or are
part Coclfac4o grant from Hubbard 37 I 27 A Jackson Jr... ... .. ... i 11 nH of sett of nett ..... ...... ........ 13 10 24 20 J M M Ersklne .... ...... ;11 not
Cocifacio sett of sett ... .. .. .......... 13 10 24 40 F Holford Est .... .... .. 100 plowed underground they only release
part grant book J p :n.. CT 9 27 IS' A B Palmer .. ... .,.. .1164(
"a .w 2 acres of. wH of nwtt of nwtt .. 14 10 24 2 J 8 Freeman ...... ...... J.43 the great quantities of chemi-
put Cocifacio grant book P W3. 37 9 27 'ZI A B Hart ... ... ... .. 118
part Coelfaclo grant ... ... ...p.... .. n; 9 27 100 Est R O Mays ... ... ... U <64 aw% of swtt .... .. ..................... 14 10 24 40 F Holford Eat .... ........ 173
.......... 14 10 24 10 Mrs A B OU. ........ 1''Z2 cals that have been stored but
part CoclfacJo grant .. .......... 57 9 neE Yelvington ... ... ... 739 .wtt of nett of swtt trop up
t pa- Gv i print .. .. ... .. 40 9 27 55 Mrs S E Wall.. ... ..... 33 sett of block 4 Manvffle .... ........ 14 10 USE Wall Est .... ......_. 100
,a:' ..:. 9 art tKnrtn grant .. .. .... 40 9 2T 4 Noah Davis ... ... ... .. 100( wH of Mock 5 ManvWle .... .... ...... 14 10 24 Mrs M. King .... ........ 100 little openings In the earth, into

part John Huertls grant ... ......... 42 1 nISII' A Simmons trustee.... 11 lot in se corner block 8 ManvtUe.... 14 10 24 C Shinn .... ...... ........ 172, which fresh air and moisture find
part John Huertts grant book R p w% of nwtt. of swtt of nett .. ........ 15 10 24 S Smith and Chadburn .. .. 1'12
355. .. . .. ........... ..-. ...... in 9 27 24 W H Berry J30 a% of sett of swtt...... ... .......... 15 10 24 20. E S Brown .... .......... 10 i 23 their way, and thus fertility of soil
part JOhn Jluertis grant book J p 35 CIJ 9 Tt 12 Geo Miller. l no aH of swtt of aw%, and wH of nwtt
"" .pert John Huertis grant book 10 pR" 9 27 2 J H Dickerson ... ...... 100 of sett of swtt ......... ........... 16 10 24 25 Joseph Ware ... ... ..... IOC is renewed. In other words the land
,, part John Huertis grant book P p 6 5 acres in nwtt of nwtt of swtt and 8 renews its youth and vigor by meansof

tit ..... .... ... ..... ... .... .. .... 42 9 27 18 Watson. .. ... ...... 10 acres in nits, of nett of nwtt o*
part John Hoertls grant book P swtt and nH of D% of swttiH ........ 16 10 24 34 D Tounr Est .. .......... 11a a plant which drags down into its

+' ., 142 ... .. .... ... ... ..... ......r. 43 921 2 John Morton ...- ... ... .. ll of se% of swtt n 4 of aett of swttiH from the
part Jolin Huertls grant ...... 48 21 3 Robt Roy... ... ... ...... 68 of nett of sw% nH of nett of swtt roots certain chemicals air.
part John Htertls grant book 8 t> 37 44 9 2T 9% H W Williams.. .... .. 1 7S and that part of sett n of Fla So and into its roots certain
part John Huertis grant ... ... .... 44 9 nJ Emma Thompson sa Ry s of Young stH ...... .... ....... 16 10 24 85 D & R Young ............15 sa pulls up
John Huertis of sett .. ....... .. ................ 17 10 24 80 Joseph Ware ... ... ..... 3 s.c other chemicals from the deep soil
part .. .. ..... 48 9 n 4 R B McLaughlln. ... .... 24
PLri.TohD J.fuertlt gr.t .. 68 9 n 10).lra.A Lopez .. .... 24 lot 2 Patterson subdivision ..........$171024 10 J F O'Brten .... .......... 100 that could not be reached in any other
'. part John Huertls grant book X p i nw% f nett of nwtt eH of swVi of

699. 4S 9 27 Page .. ... ...... 34 i nwtt of sett and nw% of netf of way. It has been said that alfalfa lives
ffcrt John'Huertis grant boak'j p'isi 43, 9 n 1350Esther p Daroy ... ... ..1161 sett .. ..... .. ........ ................ 17 10 24 110 Elmer E Sommers C 57
:part John lIuertls grant
!OS... ... .. .. ... .eI 9 27 6 S W WHHams ... ;...... 100 e>H of sett of swtt ...... .... ........ 18 10 24 20 J O Miller 1'7w'AI bas been proved beyond shadow of
Put John Huertls grant ... ... ..... 46 9 27 1% Thos Bowling ... ... ... i';J of sett of aw% .... .. ............ 18 10 24 20 H W Vanklrk 8'7
.part John Huertis grant book O p *$ of swtt ...., -... ...... .......... 19 10 24 40 Unknown 1 00 doubt that alfalfa does renew the
Z4... p' .. .. .'. .t 9 2T 11 Rachiel Patte.imn ... 'i2 iett of nett .. ....... ...... .......... 21 10 24 40 F Holford Est 1 "Z2part
tort John iitWtiV grant book"p"t 2% a 9 27 C% Alice Norton. .. ... 73 nw of R 'R ..... ..... aH 10 24 100 Brown & Dennis......... 511 youth of the soil. Phenominal yields
y :part John Huertls grant book; a p w of acre of nwtt and sett of swtt of wheat and other cereals have fol-

690...... .. .. ... ... ...... .. CS 9 27 5% Caroline Hawkins ..... 81 Of nwtt .... .... ...................... 21 10 24 34 O S E CalHard Si S45
part loh" Hue:I'S grant ........ .S 9 nt Mary Wagner .. .. ..... S7 e% of swtt of nwtt of sett ............ 21 10 24 6 S B Suarts 1 c.oO owed the plowing, under of fields of
pen John Huertls grant .. ... ..... 48 9 n U J White and J R Robrpart iett of nwtt of net and gwtt of nwtts
these have continued
arts .. .... ... .. ...... 30 of railroad ....... .... .... ........ 21 10 24 30 Unknown .... ,. 2 0% alfalfa, and yields \
John Kuertis gfint book D p iett of nwtt .... .... ...... .......... a 10 24 40 D C Palmer 10 33 year after year.
306..... .. ... .. \\t + .. .. ... 4) t 37 3500 Sarah P Darby ... ...... 43 11 .e% of nwtt .... .. .......... ........ 22 10 24 40 J M M Erskine 172
part a H n t sw14 .. j 10 asH 10 A J Rob:ni n .. .... ..... fi lots 13 14 block 1 Bllm Park lot 24 \

of swtt :.es$1.S acros .. ... .. 1 10 apart 45 M A Watson.. .. ...... 143 block: 2 Earn Park .... ............ att 10 24 H P Ware ... ... ... ..... 88 Eggs from Australia. \
a% of "wtt... .. .. .... 1 10 23 15 Unknown ... ... ... ... tOO D of eH of swY. of nw%.. .... .... a 10 24 15 Robt Long .... .... ...... 115
', e 18 acres of nwtt of '*'{... ... ...... 3 10 anH 18 Henry Jahr .. .. .. ..... 7J n 3-5 of n% of nwtt of swtt of nwtt arH 10 24 3 Robt Long .... ......... 43 The Diary, of London, Thus speaks

of ntt of sett of nett ... ...... 2 10 aeH 10 Lott Allen 8r. .... ...... 5i of nw% of swtt .... ...... ......- 22 10 24 20 Ralph Watson .... .. .... 15
; .>. of se% and swtt of eeY... ....... 3 10 23 .20 E W Agnew ... ... ...... 243 wtt of swtt and eH of sett of swtt. a 10 24 60 Mrs E L Brown .... ...... a 81: of importing eggs: Not many years

.H Of nwtt less l acre to ScbofleM.. 2 10 a 79 Paul Gallington ... ...... 1 79 n19'li of sett .. .... .... .... ......... 33 10 24 40 8 E Wall Est .. ..'.. .... 2 U ago the possibility of shipping eggs
: :K acres of nett of nett. ... ... ..... 3 10 alot 25 H W Walker ... ... .. llJO W S acres of nwtt of nwtt e% of
' .. %0... ... .. .... ..... ...... ........ I 10 23 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 I swtt sett of nett and nett of sett.23 10 24 185 F Holford Est .... ...... 484 from Australia with any likelihood of
Iota 17 and 19.... and.. ... ......... 6 10 M 99 F Q Brown ... ... ....... 3 ti a acres on n aide of swtt of swtt .... a 10 24 'E G Merrlum .. .......... S their reaching this country except in

lot 15 less 6 acres 3 acres s end sw nwtt ...... ...... ......... 25 10 24 40 A W Dyess ...... .... .... 75
lot 10 .. ...... ... ... ... .....IIIIIII 6 10 23 40 Ferney White A. ... ..... 113 n off ae4 ........... ...... .......ii; .; 25 10 24 89 Henning Land & Invt Co 17 a decomposed condition, would ba.Tebeen
Jots 4 7 1916 and 17.. ...... 7 10 ar 260 Mrs M A Blake ... ... 243' wtt of nwtt .. ..... .......... ...... 26 10 24 40 J E Bowden ...... ........ 115
sH of lot 1'.. ... ... ... ............... 10 an 20 Mrs. Amantha Riles ..... 172 of of and 3 of ridiculed as utterly unworthy ofonsideratiou.
sk of nettnr ... ... ... ...... .. 10 a 80 Green Sills ... ... ... ... 243 DW% nw% nett acres
% of nee,( ... ... ... ... ... ...:..:: u 10 a 40 F Q Brown .. ... ... .. 100 nw side%of of nwtt of ofjiett of 2% acres and on n Today the thing is not

De'4 of ne'4.... ... ._ .. ... ... ...... U 10 23 40 F Q Brown ,. ... ... .. 100 of sett swtt of wtt nwtt...... ..De. .%........sH... 27 10 24 35H Lott Allen Sr. ... ... ..... 4 74 only being accomplished, but the eggs
w'4t of ee'4. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 13 10 23 80 Alfred Walker .. 243
of of .... .. 11eof 26 i acres of nett. of nett ne of Gum arrive in such .first-class condition
a't' Lott Allen Br .. .
nl..N. 12 10
.. 10 a
b .. ... .... 1 45
u. Creek .. .... 374 10 24 J E Bowden
... ... ... ... .. ... 26
... ............ 12 10 23 80 Walker & Smith 172
...
Strickland ... 172
part of (book 29 p 616) ... ... ....... 12 10 a 2 W H Felbam ... ... .... 100 a nett oeel, .. ..... ............ .... 27 10 24 20 Lewis that they pass as new laid. This has

"*4 of nwtt of nwtt ... ........... 12 10 a 30 S J Grisby ... ........ 243 aeJ4 of eU .... ..... .............. .... ? 10 24 40 F Holford Est .. _...... 200 been rendered possible by the uni
t M'4 or nel4 of nwy.... '.. ... ... 12 10 23 5 D Mathews: ... ... ....... 68 e ft of w.H of nwtt of nett...... ...... 28 10 24 10 Ira Oarman .. ...... .... 3 15
ee'4 of .e'.. .. .. ... ... ... ........... 14 10 a 40 D 'E Cooper ... ... ...... 100 a 4 of swtt of sett of nett .. ...... 28 10 24 'E Price .... .... ........ 58 versa! employment of refrigerating
e14 of ewe of .w% and MI' d 11W" I .% of sw k of swtt of nwtt .... ..... 28 10 24 5 Peter Reeves .... .. ...... 1 7237H
of aw'f... ... ... .. ... ... .. ....... 17 10 a 30 OH Parker ... ... ....... 1 so set' of nwtt less 2H acWY. res .... ...... 28 10 24 H A Rodgers .... ........ 1 72 apparatus on ship-board. The eggs,
e5 of swtt w'4 of 1Ie'- and ..Y4 of of swtt of swtt ....... ............ 28 10 24 10 W H DubeU ...... ........ 100 while still perfectly fresh are forwarded -
se% ..... .... .. ".4 ... 17 10 23 160 D E Cooper .. .... ...... 414 n% .... .... ......... ...... ............ 29 10 Z4 320 W B Smith .... .... .... nit
I I acres w end of lot'I T.* ... IHIII 1. 10 aWH 1J F Cox... ... .. ......... 100 e% of nett of sett ...... ...... ........ 2:* 10 24 20 W H Lattln .... ...... .... 1 43 by the Australian poultry
of nett of nett and tot t leas *U 7 acres in swtt of net of sett .. ..... 29 10 24 7 Unknown .... .... ........ 73 keepers to the cold store and are
4)f ty .... '". ... ... ... ... ........ Z'J 10 23 64 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 2 C3 4 acres In se corner of swtt of nett.. 30 10 24 4 J A Hutchinson .... ...... 44f ,

e'4 of nwY4 of sw%... ... ... .... ... E 10 a 20 John Green ... ... ...... 115 n'* of sett of sett Of swtt .... ....... 30 10 24 A Collin .... ...... ...... 44 lipped! to England at the time when

ne'4 of .w'4.. ... ... ... _... ...... 09! 10S: 40 Robt Holmes ... .... 173 J acres In ne corner of sett of swtt of are scarce and consequently at
SIe'4 of lot I... ... .. ... ... ......... 20 JOS: 26 Sam Thompson.. ...... 172 8W* ... ..... ...... .................. 30 10 24 2 0 McGregor ...... ........ 1" eggs
t... ... .. ... ... ........ "t.. 11 10 a! 40 D E Cooper .. .. .. .... 113 sw tt of swtt ..... .... .......... ...... 31 10.4 40 F Q Brown ...... ....._. 1 their dearest.
lot 6. ...... ... ...... ". ... 11 10 a: 40 Robt Holmes .. ... ..... 249 aw% of nwtt. ...... .... .&.. ............ 31 ift 24 40 J W fluky ... ... ........ 172nw'4 thousands of dozens

lot ... ... ... ... ... ....... J1 10 28 20 Oeo Rhoadman ... ... ... l T3 of swtt .... ..... .... ............ 81 10 24 40 Rtchard Kirby... ...... 100 Many packed
nwtt of nett.. ... .. .... ..... ....... ffi 10 28 40 D E Cooper.. ... ....... 1 00 D >tt CiA sett ....... .... ...... .......... 31 10 24 40 D M Kirby..... ........ 1 00 in boxes with cardboard divisions AU.ed .
D. 4 Off nett less Snwtt....... ...... 21 10 29 32 Rachel Brttt :.. ... ..... 143 a%k of nwtt ....... ........ ...... ...... a 10 24 80 F Q Brown ...... ........ 257 l with husks
--ow ee'4 of of sett of sly of nett n% ot sett nett of swttswtt up dry pea are now

neJ4. .. ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ...... ffi 10 a 30 Nancy Jenkins Est .. .. 202 of sett ..... ...... .... .........T 32 10 24 240 F A Hill :: :::: :..::.:::: 4 71my forwarded to this country from November -
nays of' of awtti........... .. .. ..... ...... a 10 24 80 F A Hill 172
8oJ ntt .. ......... ffi 10 23 10 Robt Jenkins ... ... .... 100 ........ 100
en of ..,. a72 of swk of nett and ewl4 of "wtt ............ .. ... .... .. .. 33 10 24 40 Mrs E P Moody. to January.In .

nV. of nw'4" of nr%... :... ... ...... 28 10 29 110 D E Cooper ... ... ..... 2 73 a'AI'tot sett .... ..... .... ................ 34 10 24ft 80 F A Hill "..Est.. ..................... 484 1 72 a recent consignment the local
rw of ne'4 ". ...... ... ._ _...... 10S 40 GaUie Fuller ... ... ...... l 73 w1 of nett and nH ot sett .. .......... 35 10 24 160 F Holford .. .......... 257
\-t oar of rr'* of .w'4... ... ... .. 36 10 a: 6 Robt Johnson ... ... ..... CS w" of nwtt... ... ... ... ... ......... 36 10 24 80 B F Sanburn Commercial Co.. 3 IS price of the eggs at the time of shIpping -
ewY C sad r+.ell of trl4 3e 10 a 60 Unknown .. .... ... .... i 28 n% of nH ....... .... .. ...... .......... 1 10 25rtt 188 Florida was

lot 17 Avery survey ... ... ... ..... 24 10 28 10 C Rodgers ... ... ...... 87 .... Of swtt ....... ........ ... :....... 1 10S 40 Earle Comstock ...... .. 87 fivepence-halfpenny per
.. 172n
Jot Jot 32 Avery survey .., ... .......... M 102 10 W H Scott ... ...... ITS D% of sett .... ... ........ ...i... .... 1 10 25 80 Warren T Buchanon. dozen, the freight anu packing coatobout
S Avery auryey.. ... ... -.... 24 10S 10 HF Davis ... ... ... ... too part lot 1 and lot 2 a% lot 3 and 4 three
;lot Avery survey ... ...... ........ 24 10 23 10 E F Vose ... ...... ..... 100 and swtt ..... ...... ...... .......... 2 10 25 367 Florida Commercial Co.. C 84 pence dozen and they redozen -
26 Avery survey ... ... ... ..... If 102 10 Mrs M Prescott .. ... ... l 00 n part tot 3 .... ..... ...... .......... 2 10 25 30 M Unknown M Morgan: .... ........................ l 4 do K > retail on arrival at this side o1alized

t acof nt'i of ae'4ee se "....,. S 10 S 7 Unknown ... ... ... .... 100 I s part lot 1 D'Allot 4 and eli.... .... 2 10 25 240 Florida Commercial Co.. 9 52 [ and
e sad awl( all i ............. .... .... .. .............. 3 W 55 691 .. .... ........:. 172 one shilling sixpence perthe
of De" of 11&%. .. ... .. ...._ ....... IS 10 23 15).1n S A Brown .. ... ... 173nw'4 a of nays ...... .... ........ ........ 4 10 25 80 Unknown Florida Commercial Co.. 58 world.
....... ........ 5 10 25 10
ot De" of nwl4 and ne tt of noel nett ....
n" Commercial Co.. 2 151W
Florida
and .. ..... 10 200
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of nel4 a WY. of ne14 of n&4 25 10 23 40 FA Garrison ... ... ..... i wI; of wH sett of wtt of> seH !110 25 5tt W H Maim ... ... ....... 597
nw of aw'4 aM U of sw 25 21 10 S 60 Florida Commercla1 Co.. SSS51tt .W of awl nwtt of swtt eH of set4of The cotton business fc now in a
aw'4of.w14 Ofaw awl4of ne% of se% of sw'i eH of seH .

."nW' .. ..... .... ...... .... ........ .JI 10 23 20 Cooper & Hecox ... ...... 130 -t sw'4 swtt wH of sett of swtt.....of. .sett. ....ail.. of...eH... 10S 65 Lott Allen .... ..... ...... J OSof state of readjustment and there musk

.s3 M 10 a MSA Collins .... ........ .. 172 of tell of be more or less suffering for a time.The .
... ...... H 10 26 40 3 T Prince. .... .......... 315 a% of sett of nwtt and nH ..... 116 25 40 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 130: >>
:::1""f:4ornWandae1OfnW"of Deu. aw% ...... ...... ..... W H Mann ...... ........ t 84 changed conditions are but a
cres of'eH'ot'nw'tt'of'nett'ofJ > n 10 23 40 A Collins .... .... ........ 100 of sett and swtt ... ... ......... 10 5 210 repetition
Iin : 10 25 620 Florida Commercial C o.. 810 of similar situation
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W14 .'.. ..... ............. 27 I" 2$ 2 Cain Armstrong .... .. .. 58 and e'' of wH and faof..nw........- 10 10 25 130 W H Mann ...... ........ 300 thepast.
acre In.! end_AO f.nw'4 ...... 27 10 S 1 L Wilson .... .... ........ (3 wSS of swtt and swtt f swtt ....... U 10S 200 Florida Commercial Co.. 3 84 But the tariff has nothing to dowith
w4- of ....<& W lll4 acre. of n6'4 w1,4 off eH wH naileeY4of. nett ...."........ H 10S 200 Earie Comstock .... .._ 2 84 it. The blngley tariff to the
blocb 10 %3 Dr M W Barnhart .. .. 739 w% :
2T bfcIrseektttE sett of nett
28 aDd 1G'0 i1s el of nwtt aett of iw% unknown ... ... ... 414 has given
10 200 contrary and
hope
............ 5 / impetus
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k 1& McMeekin: sad Un.... .... .. .. .... 10 ffi D E Cooper .... .......... 258 and says nett of nwtt of sell nays of swll ....... .... 12 1 os 80 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 43 to the mill owners In the south. Wilngton

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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE IO I I

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tittle: CALL FOR The precincts will be entitled to the I I EVENTS OFPAST '' .
I flowing representation: Vat 1- : ;
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Pimples Turnto I U Doffloc1Iic GounW COIIYCQI1OH n nTo No.Xo. Georgetown Crescent City, 5 2 delegates delegate! !. WEEKNews '" ..-:' ., 1'\

No. Norwalk, 1 delegate

I U 1898 Xo. 4-Welaka, :3 delegates Items Gathered From All can be J"J; "
be Held at 12 M. Jnly ,
Cancer.Cancer X?. 5-Como, 1 delegate the ,.itJ; d.d.! -!t.
c..r! ? : :
at 1'alatka. No. G-Pomona, 1 del gau* Parts of the Country. J ,7 ; .

I No. 7-Satsuma Heights, 2 delegate* fertilized. T.to..t ': ;
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often results from an 1mpirity No. 8-San Mateo. 1 delegate *
in the blood, inherited from For Precinct Jleetlngs, for the Pur- Nu. 9-East Palatka, 1 delegateNo. Through the South. do
-generations back. Few people are entirely pose of Electing Delegates to the 10-Orange Mills, 1 delegateNo. MACOX, June t.-The Georgia Fruit not cjr.-aLs:: c..v-: > .1

free from some taint in the blood, Democratic County Convene 11-Palatka Heights 2 delegatesNo. Growers' association is in session herewith
apd it is impossible to tell when it will a large attendance from all partsof ..
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I2-Ward 1 Palatka.! 3 delegatesNo. '
Hold .
break Can- tion, and Also to a ... ,
in dreaded .
out the form of the ""': '1
state. tt; : n
13-Ward 2 Palatka 4 delegatesNo.
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P .
cer. What has appeared: to be a mere Primary Election to 0.: :. .
pimple or scratch bas developed into Nominate County 14-Ward 3, Palatka, 2 delegatesNo. WALHALLA, S. C., June 6.-Fire bas .: .> ;.. _.f. f:
the most malignant Cancer."I 15-Ward'4. Palatka. 3 delegates completely destroyed the business poretion

Officers.A No. luterlacben: 5 delegatesNo. of this town. Loss, $00,000; insurance : ,,
had a severe Cancer which VM at first VegetablesrV 't.
only a trw blotches, that I thought would meeting will be held in 17-Johnson, 2 delesra'es $13,000.DoYUXELa. '.
soon pass away. X was precinct No. 18 Baldwin, 6 delegatesNo. "
treated by several able each precinct in the county on July 7, 19-L'utcum flab 4 delegate : June 4. William ash- at, leaij. -s
physician,but la spite 1898 1, for the purpose of selecting delegates No. 20 Itannerville 3 delegatesNo. i Street, a negro, who attempted the ruin .
of their efforts the Can the -
cerapread until mjr condition to the Democratic County Convention 21-liostwJck, 3 defg.trs! j and murder of Mrs. Parish, wu burnedat phosphcrl'r. M ... :" ro-

4 i& becamealarming.After months of. to be held in 1'alatka July 14, No. 22 Francis, 5 dpi"egaiee the stake bV:) a mob here.

many and growing 1898, for the purpose of selecting delegates No. 23-Wdtd 5, Palatka, 2 delegates COLUMBIA, S. C., Jane 6.-The First gen.

7treatment try 8.. I 8.de-a to the Stale! and Congressional such other No. 24-Ward 6, Palatka, 1 del"l" regiment of South Carolina volunteer. Write for oar hit .. i i j-mt

: .. so strongly' Conventions and transacting No. 25-Wanl 7, Palatka, 3 'Jeieynt in compliance with orders from Washington fertiUiers. They LrGEaMA',
:', recommended. The 111'1' business as may be [properly brought i .
bottle produced an lmprorement. before the convention. On the same JOSEPH l' liCE, Chairman. left today for Chickamauga. ; 1. ''.: ,'I I ';.

'" the medicine. I and In i day-July 7-a Primary Election ,will F. C. ULANC AtlD, i'ecretaey. I MOBILE, June 3.-Delay and disap W M'**44 a C.. MW York.
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\ I four months the last lit- be held In each precinct in the county List of Inspectorsfor I pointment most demoralizing attend counted;" TOtcn'mtfn bas need given |8,
1 ; tie scab dropped oft. for selecting candidate of the Demo- the organization: of the volunteer rest
7 X *tf' Ten years hare elapsed" ,, cratic party, for members of the Legislature i the Primary Election to be held men Is assembled here. They are xiU be giving the captain of his company a
and not a alga of the disease has returned. note for the amount.
K.F.wnr refits, and other C;.iuotOffices to be July 7. 18'K half equipped.SAVANXAII .

GlUsburg.idles. voted for at the electi m in November Precinct No. 1-G. I F. ;rrague C.M. June 4.-General W. W SAVANNAH June 6.-ilr. Lewis Mercer

It is dangerous to erperiment with under the following rules and regulations Marrow, C. II. GauUer. Gordon has succeeded in establishing who has just returned from Tampa
Cancer. The disease is beyond the skill : Precinct No 2-W. D. Allen, E. W with a parry of ladies, said he and oth-
)E'aCf'in the ranks of the Efflnghnu:
of physicians. 8. 8. 8. is the only cure, bt. That the precinct meeting shall J. Parish, Daniel H. Causey. I }Hussars era went to three wharves there and
and all the troubles of thai
because it is the only remedy which be held at 10 o'clock a. m. for selecting Precinct No, 3-H. W. Bard, J. II. saw the loading of S8 transports in pro
goes deep enough to reach Cancer. delegates to the County Convention.The LJeaslef, Dive Locket. troop are practically at an end. gress. The men there are putting all

primary election shall be held from Precinct No. Lawrence Tucker, L' I RALEIUII, June 4.-Major Dickson o sorts of provisions, supplies and ammunition

S.S.SLBlood 10:30 a.-m. until p. m., except in the F.Val iron, A. .1. Keyoolds. the Second regiment volunteers, hah aboard the ships. He states thatit

City of Palatka and PaUtka Ileighta, Precinct No. 5-D E Dusenberrv left here for the Piedmont counties t. is very apparent that they are getting

which shall be held, the primary meet- W. Harrison. W. S. Prior. get recruits to bring the regiment nest them ready for active service.

(Swift's Specific) is the only blood ing from 3 p. m to 6:30 p. m., and the Precinct No. 6J.. M. Cook, I). W y5; slrorig, up to the required strengthof June
ATLANTA 1.-A bill asking for .
remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable.All precinct meeting pt 7 p. m. Perrv, W. II Cook. 1.SOO.
others contain potash and mercury 2J. The officers of this election shall Precinct No. 7-T. V. lImb W. L a receiver for the Moody & Brewster
ATLANTA, June 6.-John T. Moody,
Co. wholesale
the most dangerous of minerals. of whom shall drygoods and notions
be three one Cato Den Weils.
Books on Cancer and blood diseases IntpectOl"1Sf!d either 8-Gabe senior member of the failed drygoodsfirm was filed in the clerk's office yesterday.At .
so Turner M.
act as person Precinct .No. ,
mailed free by Swift Specific Company of Moody & Brewster, was arrested 1 o'clock this morning Judge
appointed fail to appear at the polls to Solano, Jr., W. F. Rogero. Lump-
Atlanta Georgia. Saturday on the charge of cheating
perform his duties for fifteen minutes Precinct No. 9-D. A. Dunham,W.E. kin appointed Jlr. Henry-Wellhouse
and He
after the time to then the inspector J. D. Ha swindling. at once gave a
open, McClung, an. temporary receiver. The hearing for. a
bond of and released.
or inspectors present shall fill the Precinct No. 10-R. L. Bow en.. E B. 11,000 was permanent receiver will occur Saturday.

vacancy from the bystanders. Provided Hazel, Thomas Lloyd.Precluci ATLANTA, June 2.-A new recruiting The failure was caused by speculation
Pale People Attention. no candidate shall be an Inspector. No. II-W. P. Anderson office for the United States volunteer in cotton, wheat stocks and !Ibonds. Assets
3d That at the said primary election P. Calhoun J. C. Sands. army has been opened in Atlanta and a liabilities

You Look Pale none but the Democrats who voted tbe Piecinct No. 12-tf. O. Davis, Peter new regiment is being formed to be $100,000; ,$50,0O0.
straight Democratic state ticket: at the Gardner, II. C. Loomis. sent into Cuba with the invading army ATLANTA, June 3.-The birthday ol

Eccl Tired ? last general election,or who will pledge Precinct No. 13-II. Pelerman, E, C. now assembled in Tampa and Chick. Jefferson Davis, made a legal holiday
themselves to support all the nominees Kelle, W. E. Wattles. amAuga. by the last Jegi.1ature..5 celebratedhere

Got Spring Fever? of this primary and have qualified them. Precinct No. 14.-C. I. Rowlon H. CiiATTAXOoaA, June 1.-A destructive today with appropriate. exercises
selves to vote by registration,ana those Dunn Joe Points. wind and hailstorm the the tabernacle. Many federal veterans
passed over
Your Blood Democrats who have become qualified Precinct No. 15-A. Usfna, II. V. Sequachee valley, doing thousands ofdollars' marched in a parade that preceded the
voters since the last general election, Snow, M. W. Stewart. speechmaking. Patriotic addresses were
Needs a Tonic.Take and those Democrats who will becomeof Precinct No. 16- damage to fruit and crops in made by Judge James A Anderson and
the of South Hailstones -
axe at the time of election shall be Precinct No. 17-Richard Vause, Jr., vicinity Pittsburg. Colonel B. M. Blackburn, orators of the '
a bottle of allowed to vote at said primaries. D. P. Johnson, C. A. Lehardy. as large as eggs fell and drifted day, and tde school children of the city

Quaker Remedy Co's 4:h. The inspectors shall keep a poll Precinct No. 18-W. L. Fennell, L nearly a foot deep in places. joined in singing the songs of the con

list of all persons voting and return the Price,T. B. Lovelace. OXFORD Ga., June C.-At a meetingof federacy.
....IRON PILLS.... same, with the ballots cast, to the sec. Precinct No. 19-E. B. Lane, W. J. the trustees of" Emory college Dr.
retary of the committee, on or before 3 Green, J. E Cauthen. Charles.Edward Dowman of Columbus, RALEIGH, June 1.-The state crop report

Gives strength and tone to the entire o'clock p. m., on Saturday, July 9. At Precinct No.20-W.J. Bryan, Aaron Ga., was elected president of Emory the first issued this year, has been I
t system, and makes ruddy cheeks and shall summarized and is. based on return
the close of the polls they publicly Varnes, M. Bobannon. college to succeed ir. Warren Candler.
rich, red blood. count the ballots cast and announce the Precinct No. 21-Wm,Uegisler.D.P. who was recently elected bishop at the from 1,000 correspondents. It says the '.

100 Pills 100 Doses result, and shall make duplicate certificates Hancock, A. B. Townsend. Baltimore gf'1leralcOUrerenl general condition of farm work and .;..., '
of the result, one of which shall Precinct N". 22-Ed. Smith, James preparation as compared with last yeat ,_ ..:,
"
FRICE FIFTY CENTS. be retained by tbe clerk and the other Cannon, J. M. Smith. TAMPA, Fla.,June 1.-General Nelson is 991' per cent. Tie acreage of cotton

delivered to the member of the executive Precinct No, 23-T. B Anderson, A. Miles accompanied bY' his entire planted as compared with hut rear is ;

Costs little to girl them a trial-why committee, who shall in person deliver Wm. hers, II. C. Divis. staff and a force of clerks, arrived in 89>a and of corn 103, the latter being a :
not. All wishing to test its wonderful i same to the secretary of the committee Precinct No. 24-J. D. Jeffords,Silas Tampa at 0SO; o'clock this morning over gratifying increase. The condition of .1iIif

merits, must call on ; and in ase of the inability of Smith J. II. Ambrose. the Florida Central and Peninsular rail: wheat in 93%, of oats 944 and of the e'J
the committeeman to deliver said returns Precinct No. 25J. H. Pollen, G W. road. General Miles was accompanied trucking interest 5)8.FrrzaE3ALD .

ACKERMAN & 8TEART he shall appoint one of the managers Fowler, J. It. Morton.A by his wife, daughter and son.. : Ga., June 2.-Notwithstanding
his who shall
serve on
as proxy, BIRMINGHAM: Ala., Juno 4.-Alabama the fact that Fitzgerald hat
tbe executive committee on the canvassof
JLSVEl C.tlK Republicans are wrought over distribution furnished 120 fill
WAOLESALE AND RETAIL the returns, and in case the committeeman up nearly moo to Up
of military offices to Democrats different thy
be at the election looks like it but th companies throughout
not present It certainly ref '
Drugs. Seed', Paints and Wall Paper.RAY'S one of the ma.nager- shall bring said really no trick about it. Anybodycan en Ire It 'and Chairman Vaughan state for the war, another eoinmny a
returns. That in all cases where a votes of the Republican committee is cut in a now being organized J. G Knapp. ,,1
t I challenged the managers shall decide try It who ha lame back and kid card condemning the governor for ignoring editor of The Leader and Colonel W. I

aa to the same, and if said vote shall be ney, malaria or nervous troubles. \\'r Republicans in his recommenda F. Way county solicitor have starteda .J

refused, the party so offering to vote mean he can cure himself right away tions. muster roll and have ahead 46 men

PLACE. shall baye the right to appeal to the by taking Electric Bitters. This med NASHVILLE, June Governor Taylor enrolled and expect, to increase it to a

executive committee, and if allowed to Icme tones up the whole system, HCI I a i has received orders from Washington full company by the time the governor J

be cast,the party challenging the same as a stimulant to the liver and kidney?, I to appoint recruiting squads in each sends out his call for volunteers

shall have a similar right appeal,and is a blood purifier and nerve t.nlc. 1 t regiment to recruit every company up MOBILE, June 4..! considerable stir .;t1

Wines, Liquors in'all cases where shall an appeal without made the enres constipation, headache ialnling to the limit of 106 men. This will take 1'was caused among the 'six volunteer -'"
ballot examination
disputed about 700 of Tennessee's quota under regiments of .
by a case smallpox reported
be sealed in a separate envelope, spells sleeplessness and melancholyIt _
,
the second call and leave only one full in the First Alabama Investigation
and tbe name of tbe person offering to I Is.purely vegetable, a mild laxitive
And Cigars.Very regiment to be raised. developed that Private Hall of Com-
vote together with the objections offered and restores the system to its natural 1
thereto endorsed thereon and ATLANTA, June 4.-Jose Castellanosand pany F, Huntsville, Ala., had a mild
Old Wines. returned to the, committee with the other vigor. Try Electric Bitters' and be Frank Miller two alleged Spanish attack of varioloid. He has been removed

ballots and returns for final decisions.5th. convinced that they are a miracle spies, have been brought to Fort McPherson to the pesthouse; his messmates

A Specialty. Said election shall be by ballots worker. Every bottle guaranteed from Tampa and locked up in were quarantined and all clothingand f

furnished by this committee,containing Only 50 cents a bottle at Ackernian the guardhouse to await courtmartialand bedding destroyed. Regimental
Special attention given to the filling of the names of all persons to be voted for and Stewa-t's drag btore. possible execution. Both deny their surgeons fear no spread of disease\inc

.. Jugs and Kegs. who furnish their names to secretary of ...- guilt, but the officials claim to have all the soldiers have been vaccinated.BuuaxoHAX. .

also handle the committee by noon of June 26,1698. strong cases against them. Ala., June 1. The
We the
very of said election shall be The readers of this paper will be
The returns members of D who have all
best of Case Goods ALBERTSYILLE Ala., June 3.-Promi- Troop ,
canvassed by ibis commIttee July 9, pleased to learn that there Is at lei s that would have
nent farmers here have organized themselves along hoped they an
1893, at 11 o'clock a. m. The person one dreaded disease that sciencehasbeen of in the
into opportunity fighting presentwar
IDAHO; SALOON the highest number of votes a cavalry company, electing
receiving able to in all its stages and cavalrymen have made their
cast for a county or district oft e. and cure Joe W. Kelley as captain. The company as up
15 Lemon Street Palatka Fla the two receiving the highest vote for that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Co e is Is to be known as Kelley's<< rough Sand minds to respond to the second call for

member ot tbe legislature, shall be the the only positive cure known to the mountain riders. They will furnish volunteers,. whether the call include s

nominees. In case there shall be a lie medical fraternity. Catarrh being the their own horses and equipments and cavalry or not. Captain J. B. Morsonof

Palatki Woo Yard vote for any office the executive committee be ready for service in ten days. Troop D states that his men are still
constitutional diseasereaulres consti-
a hopeful of having a chance to as cavalrymen
shall decide on day of canvass ATLANTA, June 6J. A. Morris, a go
who shall be nominees from the two tutional tretmenU Hall's Catarrh Cure well known merchant of this city has but have determined: to enlist ,

(NEAR G. & & F. DEPOT.) ,I highest votes for said office by ballot. is taken internally acting directly up- made an affidavit to the effect that he u infantrymen .if the cavalry is not

E. O. EARLS & CO:, PEOPIUETOKS 6th The secretary of the committed on the blood and mucous surfaces or heard W. B. Owens, one of the jurors wanted.

D 7 PUTS. OAK\and ABU for sale shall send to the executive committee the system, thereby destroying the who recently convicted Murderer Flana BRUNSWICK. Ga., June 3. Bruns

by cord foot,strand or load. man for each precinct due time, foundation of the disease, and giving gan declare before the trial that the accused wick's total shipping for May footed up
lists and certificatesof
Orders left at Ackerman & Stewart's ballots, blank pol man was not crazy and ought to 11,548.616. Foreign exports for Stay, '
draff ftore. Gay Bros., and Weller ..kCo. returns, and said committeemanshall the patient strength by building up the .hang Flanagan's attorneys hope to 1898. show gain over the/ same monthIn
.' will receive at. deliver them to the inspectors at constitution and nature in doIng
assisting
8, grocers prompt get a new trial on the strength of this 1897 of $436,849. The coastwise trade '
"iention. polls a: time of opening same. Candidates its work. Tie proprietors have eo ihowing. shows a decrease of only $16,650, which ..f
Also Trucking Furniture Moving wishing their names on the ballots
[Is considered remarkable in view of the .
and Baggage Transfer. 'PfeoM ft. I shall pay to the secretary of this committee much confidence in its cuAlive powers, ATLANTA, June 3.-A special train ...I
bj noon of June 20, 1898 the that they offer One Hundred Dollars bearing sick volunteer soldiers from war situation. There was a total in

I following sums: Officers whose terms for any case that it fails to cure. Send Tampa, Fla., to the general hospital at crease in shipping in May over the same

BOWLING CONTEST are four years,$20; officers whose terms list of testimonials. Fort McPherson arrived here yesterday. month last year of 1658,245, and these

arc two years, 810; members of the There were 26 of the sick men and they figures have a cheering effect on those
Address, F. J. CHENEY &; Co., Toledo who thought Brunswick's trade was
$10 all minor offices. 51'
A SEW FEATCEE ATilauloll's legislature, ; made a small trainload, as they had to
to defray the expenses of priming anti 0. iSTSoId by all Druggisis, 75c be brought in sick berths. They will gone until the war stopped.NO .

I distributing the ballots, and no ballots remain at the fort until they have fully

Bowling Alley ball be com ltd for any person failing recovered when they will be sent backto CURE-NO PAY
When NaIr
to pay said fee. Each voter must vole regiments.COLUMBIA .
t in the district In which be is registered. Needs assistance it may be best to render their Chat is the wav nit druggists sell
let a suitable I S. C., Juno 3.-The distress .
Beginning April prize Each person voting shall thereby signify It promptly bnt one should remember aROma TASTELESS CHILL
awarded to the of tbe of the enlisted men who came hereon Chills and Malaria
will be player making that be approves the principles i to use the mOlt perfect remedies CONIC for It Is
the best average of anv ten game Democratic party, and that he feels : only when needed. The best the call of the governor, many of Imply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
them without even a change of underclothing -
himself in honor bound to vote for the
Children lore It. Adults J l
bt.w.cdtoMaylsl; nominees of this primary at the Xovemi r and most simpld and gentle remedy Is has been temporarily relieved Corm, prec.

Cnme out and win the' prtze. Open ber election. That this rule shall be I the"' Syrup of Flea manufactured' by the by the* officers of the commands, who for it to Sitter nauseating tonics

and night.t California Fig Syrup Co. which they dis- Price EOe. jun 3 ly ,
af er.oOn posted at each polling place. made a joint note, got ?"?r" s'


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.. THE TIMES-HERALD. JUNE 10.

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THE TIMES-HERALD I political strife and partisan prejudice Announcements. f '

shall render such consideration im For County Treasurer FEARNSIDE& CO -
PUBLISHED Fi IDAYS. I
possible. I To the Democratic voter of Putnam County
I hereby announce myself a candidate fo ,
PLAIN JOURNALISM. I the nomination of founty Treasurer utjec
Editor and : to the approval of the Democratic primariesand
KENDALL Proprietor
respectfully your support. Headquarters For. .
Very re y
While Till TmuE;-IIERAt.D does Dot Ii April 13. 1898. 8.J. p\eeNtfEuRtl T.

BUBSCRITION, 60 Cents.RAtK-One Three )lone Tear:.,11.00.25 CentiBatwcnptlont BLtooths argue in favor of aggressive journalism I I For the Office of County Treasurer.To CLOTHING

due In advance. in the general acceptation of the phrasewe .
the voters of Putnam County: ,

All adrertlslnir bills become due pro ran do consider. plain journalism essential I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection -
month Special and abort time payaM< to the above named office subject to the
avers
to the well-being of a common Having
o advance.All action of the Democratic prtmarie
'. .u1ttanIf.11d be made bT express' had the office on!term,and Daring diwharpei Grants' Furnishings
JI1 meT order or rwistered tetter. wealth. A city, town or village which my official duties faithfully, and I feet, will ,
satisfaction to the people of the County I ban
__-- has published within its borders a newspaper no hesitancy In soliciting\ your snppott In the
Very respectfully .
comlogpnuuries.
EXPANSION AS AN ISSUE. which is bold and fearless yel J.C VEHilthM, SR.Palatka Arid
Tailoring.LEMON
,Fla.April 22.1896. .
.
truthful and reliable in criticising evil

It has been nearly half a entury no which exist, or In any way vcntilalinj;: For County Tax Collector.

since the policy of ibis I bereby announce myself a candidate for .
foreign govern has STREET. PALATKA FLA.
matters of public interest, a jewel, nomination aa Tax Collector of Putrxa-n County
went has been made a paramount or subject to the action of the itemocratic{V'iLL1.
and we may truthfully say,a rate jewel I J.X. BLACK

even a promiueut issue in national poll Yet the privileges accorded the editor April 19th. 1898.

tics. Politically the nation has been For Tax Assessor.
abused by that individual -
are in many cases .

occupied nil this time with questions of as he often times thinks that the inatlon hereby to the announce office of my Tax candidacy.A teftItOr for of re Putnan-nom-

internal economy arising largely fron "liberty of the press" Is a license for county Primaries. subject,and respectfully to the action solicit f the the Democrat suppor) THE S. E. BOND C05

and slate of the voters of the County.
the of raw
attempts a you DC him to vilify and scandalize certain( men GEO. F. BHLLARD. ,

to adjust itself to the erer-vatting co.n. whom he happens. Icr some reason 01 For County Tax Collector.To LEADERS IN LOW PRICES .

djtions of a phenomenal eoramercla other perhaps ticrponaltodislike. Nt o
the Democratic voters of Putnam County: IN _
and territorial g-owth. These problem: editor has the moral right to publish I I hereby announce myself a candidate fo; --- _

are by no means al. settled; they ar< re-nonilnatton for the office of County Tax Collector Goods Notions and Gents Furnishin
anything,: editorially in the columns of of Putnam County,subject the approral Dry ,
the Deolocrattcl'nmarie.,and respectf;
nf
11111ln&iltent. but not necessarily to to his paper which be feels is in spirit untrue solicit your support. F C. BLA.C11Ahb.For Yotiro truly OUR

the exclusion of others. or which\ he would not speal
County Treasurer.To Dress Goods Department attracts the Ladies.It .

The political prophet therefore who openly and publicly. To do SQ is no
the Democratic oters of Putnam County: is a fact that we have the NEATEST, BEST

would attempt to lay down the issue of: only journalistic but unzentlemaul;] Gentlemen Tiy the advise! candidate of my friends for the:I and CHEAPEST novelties in Spring and Sum

battle in 1900 upon strictly old line and cowardly as well. The motto d; hereby nomination announce of County myself Treasurer a subject to the mer Dress Goodsln the city. '
I to
the DeuMirratic Primaries. beg
needs to have a care. There has com Duty .,roct gireu a e on a former occasion and re-
within the past few mouthseven weeksa aud then go ahead" is a good one fo support sp tfully ask a continuance: of their valued
support. >ours for sound I eraocracy Imported Laces and Embroideries attract
wonderful national awakening, a sen. every newspaper publisher to tolloweiufcially j. i. MCCALLUM. .
Clayton. Fla., A| rU 23th. ISJ8.! the attention of all.
titivenes* among the mascesto! evtntualities in the preparation of matte
For the Lower House.To OUR
that before troubled the minds for his editorial columns. .
the Voters of Putnam County Shoe Department is full of the Best and Lat-
of statesmen only,dawning sense tha. Such btlog true of the editor wlr;)" Dy solicitation, and seeing the nece sty (If
est of Ladies Gents Misses and Child-
bavin:; a representative from this tilde of the Styles ,
when ihe smoke of battle shall Lave shouM it not also apply to men in othe county, I come before you as a candidate for tb<
Fine and Medium Priced Shoes.
lower house,subject to the discretion of the ma rens
lifted there must come a readjutmen professions and vocations in life ? \Vhitliou'.d ior part of the Democratic voter of thin county.
thanking! my friends for the support they gat<
the of the nation, not to internal I me in u previous candidacy I leave the matte: up-to-date
on pail men use the columns; of tbe pre 1 with them. Respectfully. Gents Furnishings are Consist-

but external co )(lll1onl. It will also bi to 'heveut to their narrow-wir.ded. JAS. P. APPLEBY. ing of the very Latest Styles and at Prices

gasped that in ,teat adjustment wil ne... ? Does it not follow that writer For the Legislature. that defy Competition.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for tbi
lark deep action of the Democratic Primary on July 7th
of the utm6st weight and moment. such communications! show" spitefu My action U not baeu on the rert est of friends,
but I ask for friendly of All. THE ORANGE CROFT DAIRY CO.are Sole Agents for the sale of the
These questions are haz anJ indistinct feelings and throw out vile insinuations JoaN LUSTER.
Metro e, Fla., May:TO, IS*.
as yet, but lou; beforetbe tuurhi e reflections as to honesty! etc., etc.. an For the Legislature. Polar Creamery

of the new century the present conflict' cowuids and are using the press to c* rn I hereby announce myself a candidate (or the IN FLORIDA: .

With Spain will be bravely overr am cut their own elfish plant? It c.r. action Legislature of the from Democratic Putnam primaries County, subject and re!to'i test th<. t
fully request tbe support ot the voters or the k---
will loon
these ob cureprobletne .
now tamlv looks so to us. conijty. JOIN U. HARP.Crescent
: City FIa,Jnneth.181$.
clearly demanding nor ultimate bu
:
Now,there are certain kinds of cone -
Immediate solution. Tu expect tba For the Legislature.To .
muufcations which are written by individuals the Democratic Voters of Putnam County:
there will be unanimous asretment upon I hereby announce myself candidate for tin ,
who do not sign their real names Legislature from Putnam county, subject to tin
any one solution is to break rathei action 01 the primaries and respectfully ask the
for perfectly honest reasons in many support accorded me on a former oc harshly with the wisdom of experience Eo MORGA\. t
cases because the writers are not seek- ralatka Fla June 10,flee. I It tt the only derlce that control
There is likely to be an issue about' teDl1f'raturellandrefNehte l>jr uses
ing after notoriety, are not egotistical s r of water only. Ice may be used
which men will ho'd, and bold very tenaciously The Tallahahean of last wek rare:: c't: but It is not neceaaary I" water it
or conceited. Such reasons are all wel cold.
1
quite opposite o,iD1ons. "Hon John P.Wail.of Putnam County,,
enough. But whenever and wherevei Apply for circular! or call and see farrrle in

The issue taken by far and large ..Ube an anoymous communication, appears who has served several teems in the ORANGE CROFT DAlRi'

: Shall we or shall we not adopt a casting reflections upon any individual House of Representatives mentioned E. F. DUNHAM. Manager, Palatka, Fla

policy of territorial expapsion ? Un or individuals, ringing from beginningto as a candidate for Railroad Commission (P. O. Address Box 437).

doubtedly it furnishes the material and Whatever tbe people .
end with accusations, insinuation er. position may -

will) probably be the occasion bf a warn call him to them in, he will do his
and sarcasm,put it down that the writer serve Leave Palatka

political battle. *.>>> ...* has an axe to grind that he is biased,,, best to sere them honorably and faith PLANT ,

It u a question of policy which in- fully." 5:00 ,\. M., 5P.)1.
prejudiced and last, but not least, inmost

Tolves such minor Yd important questions cases a coward and a dangerous! A Madrid-- newspaper- --announces-- to 'rrive Jacksonville.

the creation of a powerful SYSTEM.\
at navy
man in the community. an astonished world that President Mc.! .
the'maintenance of a much larger; standing 7:30 A.M. 7:40 P.M.
Kinler is a naturalized Chinaman. i

army, the practical abandonment of Hon. J. II. has card in Tin Ssbedulera effect April Il7l808.
Harp, a Nothing is said. about htslaundtv work, :

the Monioe doctrine, the construction TISIas-f EILALD of today announcing built can be depended upon that he I QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE-

and control of the Nicaragua canal, the :
himself a candidate for the Legislature. will put a domestic finish on tbe Spaniards -

alliance with England and an active subject to the approval of the Democratic in Cuba that will take all of the NORH EAST WEST

participat( n in the keen competitionfor
primaries. Our people will remember starch out of the government at Mad
voracious of ,
and absorption foreign
that Mr. Harp has served one, rid

territory bv the'gre t power of Europe.It term in.the Legislature which he did 1lirv'nrd--.,..------ -. --- u"-00 A M TRAIN *arrlp Pullman SWping Car from Palatkaand
's and day coach from Jacksonville to Cincinnati, without
tbat the County iti c n-
M not to be expected mtn UemfOCta'.8
faithfully and with satisfaction to the change via Montgomery L.& N It. R.
whose opu.ions and interests vention assembled announced lion.
square
people of the county at large. He now rftcknonvill,
At with Pullman Sleeping
the oM cutler of thngs will ied MinorS. Jon a. &If Titus*ille. a+ their 5'00.l\ iii.TRAINS connect
with New York VI.O..
asks the Democratic voters for their "_ Un for 1+ ana P-nn'a R. R., also Pull-
qtnfly or |'t..c abjy to the in'roduciion candidate f"'r Jodie ffilie seventh Ju- 111(15:&)O P :Jl: man el e per rOt Ni.slivillefvia'1 If too. Macou. Atlanta Cbatt-
support at the coming primaries fur th i "nonlr'.
*lhreiuaeven ..Hen i'l-cait 7h t-wii-e convention
'of -titew come to same position, and if nominated and! 5*!5 P H TRAIN Pullman SWnirg Car Jack fIOn\"iJlf't to Rt. Louis via
a large extent,aitalWirut-nt of partiesTottcUti IUiltructei their dd"r..e to vole for Montgomery and L. & N., also ronnec's wit,.i local sleeper
elected we have no doubt that L" will Jacksonville SaTannnh.LEAVE .
.
TvM .i lie pteM-nt' chat..., Hon. Itithvrt \\' lUvi-.,r Ci.ogrere
c look :n the test imeiesisot his l'Ontth.
PAr ATKA 11:00 A. Dl,of d 1.110A. M. for Gnlf :oa-t viaSanford.
elate or Am' nmn p..!iiV. would lanMvT ueule and rnaxe a f.ith'ul and etlicJc&.tU1 ---- -- -- Mini .
luii'yrauan, oHiHiipMiion | verdi LEAVE PAL.TKllro A. 11., for Gulf Coast of >'Ior'.ria'Ia Ocala and
COl1ulluh. lot: ti411., 1Ia'rt-f..rt'. in n, r. -oider8 yieM to i'ricklev Ash iiuteis Leeshnrg.

1900 'UoiV br 1 et'werflr u.r"rxt lt..ioubta It strensrlh..nH the ".h..!lr .} n-ru.and
: Oeam' blp Line Port Tampa to Key WVsf, Havana. Moltlit! and Jamaica; Fort
and .u.f-t jJeLa.u.f.U. Lttw"tU tt.c *., T..e attention of the readers of TIIK (n, iri.'s the bntbl.dct: fly .\cKtrm.io Myers, Mana'ee River arid S... Petetsbunr.H. .

Who would project; the colossal poer TiMis-IlEtuLD in ducted to the uujuuceiueul ,C :'ttWnft W. WRENN. Passenger: Traffic Manater Savannah. Ga.

Of the United Stale inufnhe Held of 1u to dab's issue i.f II.-uU Buck rn' AID tI hh. Tf. F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Ray St, Jacksonville Fla.

turbuhut,Intel national politic! ktwp C. Morgan, wh > so'ictU the vo'ce of 1'n. Ht-m S tv- I.. 1 word for Cay, Nw._ JJv-r-
I
lug wbaf the fortune of war maybmuus I iHiuucmU i'utuattiCouutvinpnnt t I'rui'n'. S; ..!*!*., U rr.tS'i I Hbeutn

and swpine for mor,and those ia hWou'd .. ry .i..emMtd, hi b hug a candidate foi .hv'. r 8ort-s. .flierJ .av. -J iini.ds, ,.:::J }}E j .Jd..V frJI! ..

h;..UiLK H ft w I 1w ii. Eruuion,
Hep the nation- lo the old LIra the Lrtft'latire. Mr. Moryau wciikui -OF THE-
,,111 |ntiety tuif 1' 1' urU."lar ren'r -
tale and mmcevb'e policy of iOI"UHU ..*u tbrouahout Putnam Cou tit,\ as a ,I ltJ-c"H-a. p..1 In Jin Ilt'r- .

and the Monroe docnrif. ..alih--t. IteiiKKr t, LivHij: been a HIu I I .. t i. m-" r i..n f .". '; ,.du.J.-d Beaeli & .Miller Line.

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.tci fi ill it & fMcWA t. Steamer Crescent.
Ox'u i" cltu.us.r Set vr ten these two ::1"' I t. a bill tat *t"nifli Ui" ttllUllu I Ij o, F .,):31 .z.1 anvii.i.f:tO" ell. HuucUjs. Pn_ 'aji> and Fridays.Cyp .

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poilrl i not conj cluraOtcnf"ibYro.. ; I IDs Lied' Gl BIw Juwttt Barghtr. I t .< :u nt t i A fct M.
: n..n the
Hi* certain; U I Ia worth while; thin n. ... "ugly sunpunet the t,""lIb.i hl..th; : R. J. ADAMS Agent.

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REVIEW OFWAR by United States troogs" upon their arrival News In General. ] ;

on transports. MADRID, June 2.-The government I

NEWSWeek's Reserve Fleet *t Cadiz.It has decided to pay the coupon debts of P SICKLY' ASH BITTERSft"

was reported Monday that the Spain, Cola and the Philippines in pesetas '
-. Spanish fleet commanded by Admiral silver or notes. The supply of f CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS

Developments In Spa l.sh. Camara had returned to Cadiz, after gold is exhausted. ACT rosnms THE SISTER TO KISBT rszvmnG DISZASZS.

completing the series of maneuvers SAS FRANCISCO, June 6.-Miss Kath mice *uoo rrn BOTTLE. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. *;

American: Struggle. which formed the program of the cruise. arine McKenna, sister of Associate Jus-

For Exchange of Prisoners. tice McKenna of the supreme court, is ACKERMAN & STEWART, General Agents.5Outhern .

Alger Outlines Quirk Action. Steps were taken Monday by the war dead. She was a native of Philadelphia

Secretary Al er sent to the hon e department to exchange the Spanish and was 57 years of age.

Wednesday additional estimates of $3,. prisoners now at Fort McPherson Ga., WASHINGTON, June 3.-Tue expedition

107.000 required immediately for the expeditionary for Naval Constructor Hobson and the to the Philippines will probably be

force to Cuba and for work gallant: crew that manned the collier -
strengthened by the detail of the coast -
and equipment necessary in the campaign Merrimac her last run. -
on defense ship Monadnock to duty with .
against Porto Rico and the Philippines
The Wathington officials stated that
the troop transports, and ultimately asa
no time would be lost in securing the release part of the squadron under Admiral
Secretary Alger transmitted letter Railway
a
of thell&brave men. Dewey.LoXDOS. ;
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outlining immediate action against
June 4.-The St. James Gazette .
Cuba and baying it was proposed tc *
to the Coast?
Are You Going this afternoon says that an American
dispatch 1L.O to 0,000 troops at once,
to be followed as rapidly as possible by Those! of our reader who are expecting war loan of 200,000,000 is to be

0,000 more. to i,euda portion of the heated issued during the coming week, and it MOST EXOELLENT SERVIOE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
adds that tbe hope is expressed here
Further Detail of at the seaside will do well to investigate
Fight. term
that u good portion of, it will be offeredin EAST WEST.
Additional advices from Santiago on the advantages' to be found at London, where itlfis confidently NORTH ,

Wednesday stated that the American Corouado Heacb.opposite New Smyrna.At ticipated that the bonds will be partially

warships kept up their terrific 1irvaJ&in Corona the finest bass fishing in taken up.WAsxlxoroz. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM! CARS DINING CARS
t the Morro and PuutaOorda
Socapa
forts for two hours, their projectiles the country will be found battmi, i is June :2.Reports from THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.

of enormous size doing tremendoui unexcelled, and no prettier beach can all over the -ouutry how that the call

damage to the defenses of the harbor. he found on the Atlantic coast. If you for troops found few states prepared to AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."
meet tbe of fitting out volun "WASHINGTON
Time and again the American shell. anticipate going, ftl.a\ from home expense
teers for federal: service, with funds directly Threw V"tt'bu-d DrtwlnrRoom Slf t Dlnj Carl between Temps and 2C.w York,
hit the batteries squarely and amid the during the summer, we would advise set aside for military purposes. YU JacuooTtU. : .alulab and Columbia without change!
and dismantled .
flying
forms masonry of men were descried. gminthe ycirto write to V.II. Newell,proprietor I Most of them have met the expense "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

of the Seaside Hotel Coronado Bet th, from general funds and will make appropriations '
Can between JaekioBTin anA New York.
Renewed Attack It Iteftortril. Pullman DrawtarRoom Buffet Slteplnc
fu full particular rosp.ffiee address to "square matters" next
It was reported Thursday that the Charlottesville. '.
year. Embracing Lynchburg,
United States fleet had renewed the at- New Smyrna, Ha. ju3lf
June Baltimore and Philadelphia.
WASHINGTON! 3. Assuming Washington,
tack upon Santiago and that the rebel resolution will
Call for District Convention. that the Hawaiian pass
had attacked the city from the rear in Pullmam Drawing"Room Sluplnr Car to Ma o'Q. AtlantR. Chattanooga and ,
the house during the present session,
three columns, and that a bloody fight Following is the official call for the the senatorial supporters of annexationare Clnctnoatl. with slots onaaetion for Lonitrtll anil the Nurthw..l

occurred. De'UDcralic ConveiMi.ai for the Second counting confidently upon also securing Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

Xo confirmation however, could be District tlr Florida the and Asheville the
Congressional : action by senate before ad Cincinnati via Columbia Through _
obtained of the of second attack
a
report The Democratic party of the StcwlC journment. They have proclaimed their
and it appeared to bo without OF THE SKY."
foundation. *>nzres Ional lJi8U let of Florida m intention to call up the house resolution "LAND
after the of
immediately
hold a congressional convention at I Je- passage
Orders From Officials.
Army I and Fla. Wednesday 20ib. the war revenue bill providing the /b1Mn.d. formatten a. M rata. iebedn. tittplng ear r jerr: Uona. at*, apply to.IW .
on July
It Was determined Thursday to place house has in the meantime acted upon it. as.. tM kovTHKBii MAILWAT or Its connection

71,000 troops at Chickamauga. Secretary 1828, at 31 p. m., for the purpose of LONDON, June 1.-Samuel Plimsoll,

Alger gave orders to prepare that nominating a Democratic candidate for known as "TJie Sailors' Friend," originator P. 112 West Bay Street Jacksonville Ha.
Florida m Agt.
SHIFMA
camp for the accommodation of that Congress:, from the Sc,.u W. A. TURK. S. H. HABDWIOST
number. Chickamauga park being too & if. GULP.
Florida anJ such other the overloading of ships Is saidto
prevent
lo tran* ci .
U.ft. Para AI' AML Oaa. Paw At.
Traffl Ma& -
email for of the size demanded ffr.
a camp h inea before the be dying at Folkestone. He was at Ifaahliitna. O VTaihingUa. D. O Atlanta. O.
> as may come con
the park commission was authorized to one time president of the National

lease additional ground. ventioo. Amalgamated Sailors' and Firemen's May

Pleading With the Powers.A the chairman and rcirtary of .a<'!h union of Great Britain and Ireland andis L

dispatch from Vienna Thursday a-untv. of the Send CoagrecMouail' the author of "Our Seamen" and 1.16g&r

declared that Spain had addressed an District of Florida will send delegates to "Cattle Ships." He was born at Bristol

other appeal to the powers to intervenein thac..rvcnsionuie.u following'' a in 1824 and went into parliament for

the war and Austria was prepared to the express purpose of helping the sail
<'! rrpu sets aUulr. >ne tlrlrgait tor
accede but only in conjunction with era
lien 100 voie cast fur the Detnucn iicO"ittftr ,t
other powers.A'JirrlcMii WASHINGTON, June ?. The complaints
"Hul Itloxrn Up. ....iial cai>
Friday morning at 3 o'clock the .u 1890, and oD'e additional} deleg,u. for officers at Key West of improper treatment \

, American squadron Logan again a bombardment tbe fr..c ln in excess thereof when it of captives on prizes brought in
by American vessels are being daily reinforced I /,, (
of the fortifications of tviu- amount lo fifty or tnore. The COMU M ft
tiago de Cuba and a lively cannonade: and are creating so much dissatisfaction
under ibis rule, will be eulilled to re. -
ensued for two hours, which silencedthe here that it would not be
r-rcentation as follows: if the hereafter taken
Spanish batteries. An American surprising prizes

vessel the Merriinac, while making. a Alachua, 15 Madison 9 by naval vessels were ordered further

dash to force the entrance, succeeded in Ifokei, 1 Marion, 10 north to Charleston for instance, thus
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passing the first line of clc'enses, but Itia'iliitH, 7 Xn..BiTi, .iBrevard depriving Key West officials of the fat

was torpedoed about MX Icet up tbe 5 Orange, 10 fees which they have been making from
this source.
channel.
ONI.. II O ceol., 2
She went down perpendicularly, and
l>lumhia, 7 Putnam 10
an officer, an engineer cud six. seamen _.......,..-' I
were taken prisoners. .Ui.le, "St. Johns 7Duval
\lu"le ou the Grl llOpbnn...
(leverly IVrarrangetl Shrine. 17 Sumpter 4 f&4' w4V'
Fv ""CIMI e the man .llotl"
7 people "p.
Naval officials Washington assertedhat Hamilton :5 uwanuet",
.......I. ,,'the Gtai.hopb.reao| su..nlrrtsilltr.
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[ the rending of the collier Merrimao Lake. 8 Vulussta, 8

i to Ihe b l bor was all a prearranged Tbe chaiiman; and secretary of eacliioiiniv I1 i i. MII in..irnnwit which.thoujh .

Lore on the fart of Admiral Sampson.The it c his mach h.-sIh.n'h.-1 I I. :'+!
(r.SI fIIlIn Hill fend tit E. S.r. .
use of a collier, the unnsnal hour etprn'ir.i musical 1 inttiumeni, w'1' tnahl -
I'alaika
'. ihiiiiitMn a wnt'tu .rpruh.d
f the the of block-
morning necessity .. .
.- is owner lohaveHt pleHfUn-oui ir
tiding the channel as to relieve come wpyof names '>f ouch del : !Hii "

|f the ships of the squadron from re- .;b aV e-lrfted to the fOiurt-suI l C mventloa. of ,,'IV kind from that of a ba i.iit 10

ing stationed off Santiago, the im- that of grand military band. It reproduces Safety Comfort Quick lime Low Rate

portance of discovering whether the E. S. CHILL Chairman. vocal selections and given one ,

f mines were effective-all these reason W.I ANULIM.V. .*.'c pro t..m. command of every pleasure haL appeals( F'M'.t Cuisine.Jul ._'C'.. >.. Tnknafei Between Jkckaonvlle sad New for

[made it certain that the Merrimac was to the sense of heannz. Noinve. tmnt Tb Feet la compoted of the following.LUm'rooM *rw Steel Bteamen:
[deliberately guided to her destruction.It .
How tn 1 00k (J04Ml.I pay such large returns in plx>nn*. C 1MA
CHE (new) :
was not a Spanish victory. It was AJGOKQUIN. IROQUOIS, CHEROKEE SEMIWL
a cleverly arranged scheme on the part ( 0 11..k.. "to ralyworethns in Besides reproducing; she mu-icai: and <%OU'l'il-BOUiD.

of the American admiral and it was c.lt't1de n ilujr sit Iicty on h h_ tar other records m...4I.4.r 11-.1 IH...I.I Kteamcm are an>'nt.d to ail according to the tide.<<

successful. condition thvital one--"". If purposes tbe Grapbouhont wilt rMtmlimmediately 4'n.n..IArKM4INTILLF ..(",mOle at Charleston) Sunday,, Tuesdays an/* ThcrKLtra.L .
tTnta H tI HTi IN.V r.. Mondays. and Frldara..
Report From Admiral Simpson. the liver UlnteMv!! ion, III.VHH hiU>u<. and leprodnce atouce.anda for hor of!'aUlD"n'tte Line" $bed"le.nr JackaooTllle and Charleston daily paper'

On Saturday the navy department received I n,k, if your !t'>mnrh I is dis 'rctt"u'Il.i often as desired jour own word nr "O"rl.-HO" B.

the following report from Rear \nu lm\f a d) II pep kilonk, ifrissue KMuti tnntr. or any Round. By w.itirm lo (*". Rtea.orrs arc."l"'lntrd t j sail from ller 2!>. FaSt River New fork, at3 r.In., at follows .
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Admiral p ,(rritAnLEJTi f. r Monlnya, Wednesdays aDd Fridays
Sampson: u are affected you have a pinched luni-.ia I'bonosrapb Co., 110 E. ItaltU rnrJACK! 1)Ny1Id.F.11.A..it-siting. at flu rleMor) Mondays,Wednesdays and Friday
"Succeeded in sinking Merrimac in
loo/1 Secun:good hwHb, mly will more "St.,Baltimore,Md..you cnn ootatn
the channel off Santiago at 4 p. m, ( ami s nltb Lines. Frcli lii'
Only
JydeNcw Eng'aiul! l'II -
Ktrctrio Bit
June a. This was carried out most gal. sunlyhar* gu>*\ 00.1-"". a ciUlojue bat will give full Informa- ;

lantly under the command of Naval ter..IJII" '.nltcrHiiv--* H t'.t tonii* ; MCI 1 i"u M*!'tu prices of Grai l'bol'h| jne out fits. fanID at na.rte-tA,,., S.C.,U>th way)

Constructor Hobson of Alabama and directly ,h* t> oiimch livtr tnd kid- -- !!TE.t IUt n I J.A 1'AltE and GEO. CLYDE. .

even men. I cifvc., |.aiitit ,tlieblu'>d, cures pimplef, When wear begins to eu.r' r'-ii"*r : om Foot of Hogan Street,Jark4'nTili. From Lewn "I.:.. Raton,

"By a flag of truce from the Spanish Il.tbet' ant I..,.1... and givcH aS..K1 g.i in y'.ur I sly y t.n aiegoiut. fl. *.. Hi tmSD.\T8, YV.CLYDE'S. .
admiral, Cervera sent in recognition of ....tLpleaiuo.I l:+.r h.ttl..gu"r.ht 1.
The :1- s of It ar. : tits 01 fie h. \irate
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their bravery, I am informed all are /t .. f Acktriuau & .
'u. to. a 'v. '
of wounded. r .nets, weakness, ncrvonsnov, r o T erelutlr ST. JOHNS RIVER ( NE.DE
prisoners war, two slightly Sties-au. t, .0", ,..., i.t t .
I n.-d.U I.. food. You tilts <.
"Request authority to approve exchange jon ( BABY LINE.)
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if possible between these and the --. etr.a..tf.w eat enough and yet you feel that yen
For Jacksonville Palatka Sanford EnterpriseAnd
prisoners at Atlanta. Six of the.Span CTuft's w.ar out more tissue, energy, nerve ,
ish squadron in the harbor of Santiago fore- than sour food makes ".r 0.... Intermediate Points on the St. J hns

unable to avoid being captured or de Pills Th.difficulty 1* frat you do not d'g-i-t' s
stroyed." enoauh. And Ihia U BO erioun. u I* The Elegant Sldewbeel Steairer

American Troops In Cuba. worth sitting down seriously! at ink Fred'k
Cure All abeut. If yon can't dUr est what y'-n DeBary,
Dispatches received Monday were to I eat, take a few d'sof: Shaker I>i<....- CAIT. \\'. A. SHAW. \

the effect that fi.OOO United States troops ,' ti\'e Cor+.i"'. They cRtct cflt will b*. !r apl'oin*J tellal at foltom.Lenre .

had landed near Aguadores, a little to Liver Ill&Prevention t fr.tTH-m. y..r tt' h nn** oi.t .' ton JacksonnBe.... ...... .... ........... ......Sucdajrr,Tnetdaja atdTb r the east of Santiago de Cuba, where a f".1 l ; n.. i.rr 1'->'> w..iir* fu i i k Leans Haaford. retamlDg-.... ... ..................9M a. m.Mondays,UednMdaj 1 std Fridays e
junction was effected' with General Ca- I p.,.." I MI i' "- I.. ,o.ittol of >,.tir rvpnlr
lixto Garcias of 8,000 insurgents. I |i..rw u,. ny .-i o TS'I ""9 --I'
army WlUSDi
It effected : tort this foy nr. l. Tnke f w ix>i t4lR.ed:: r Down 'n' SCnEDCLE.Lu URRead OSD
was added tbat the landing was than Tutt's Liver ___ __ i
fire from Admiral I better cure. lies of 1"1' ..1 TV..t..n Co di i'. i. S3op.in.! ..-........ .... ... ..... .JackMinvuie..... .... : '".h... .... A.the 2OOgat .

Sampson's under fleet.cover With of the troops were ;t Pills will not only cure, but if At drug/-i1; pr..:o 10cDi> to 1 ?i 5.4i a." :i.:. .: i::.:- .: falatk A clot. .... ..'.. .: ,
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several bottle. : : ::: : ::St. << :::t(T ff
heavy siege guns.ll..t :I taken in time will prevent .L : .. .. :: : .Ber fnnlSanfiipt : :
1<" 1JtIaUnruu&ul Cuvlte. .. .. .. .. .... .. .: :. oFeterl I
Sick Headache i .. 9 JO
The following 1 nlletin was posted at I 4itf:4 : amN

the navy department Monday: : ,ilyspepsia biliousness malari.: t i! CASTOR A I i .. .. -. utfMe \\. IMoJ "Ir..'. .I.. .. ".... ,y ..
.
Admiral Dewey reports from Manila For Infants and Children.Ifca It 1....t.,., t\ 1 ".IKOM'liMifcX.. .. lu. ia ..>rt.
Constipation jaundice -.; !.. "rr T. kI I.
that the insurgents have been actively tern .an..r. / S.4We.tb.y"s. TrcVnwTin4i. ,
DL1S' i t }o. :X't. 'ft-U".%?.li Ar'i r"Of' t.
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engaged within the province of Cavit- liver and kindred diseases. KIM.Y.IM Ahrqs 1 b:-thl i.r !5 ......'.r.. ":n.'.. C.w 1.v1 ; If.'l H.'pt'1..rk.r.. 'JUe. t
during the |ast week. They have war

several rtetotissa, taking prisoner about I UTT'S Liver PILLS B an the d 'A' 1'.1. ? CLVDE & C.r> CeAgts..

1,800 men. 50 officer of the .*,'4mish '11 Signature .. .
tr'Ooluot native. The annual of I ABSOLUTELY CURE. .Y -... 1..t. ,.. Pl)t..ta.t 3 ft. r.,. ... ... f*.. t'ork'i

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BIG GUNS LONG LIVED OCALA CHOSEN.

thinking can or
YourDoctor State Democratic Convention to De IWhicTdoyour cap? li.e \ o-.. ,
THIS IS ALREADY DEMONSTRATED BY I
Held August 3rd. studies to save he. > t {
THE PRESENT WAR. labor and !
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Call for a State Democratic Con-
ou strive* to sere her l-o
vention at Orlando Fla. Wednesday
Xaropean Fallacies M to the IL!.of Great look bc.i at all tine :td.\
of Guca i August 3 d, 1803: ,
Ordnance Exploded-Superiority ,
htlpiui'
on Our Ship Over All Other Made Know:. ..The Democratic party of the State wear mo ;

Clear-One Was Tired 300 Times. of Florida will hoid a State Conventionat 0 0.
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Your doctor knows cli r.1J.)u. Orlando, Fla.,on Wednesday, August QPO I l
v o
l\aval ordnance bureau reports from foods and medicines.The : a
3. lSVS 12m. for the
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at following
,
tho officers on'fcoard the battleships and next time you sea rf\

monitors in the West Indies speak in Just ask him what he th....ki purposes:

the highest terms of the behavior of the "To nominate the following candi. uSWasilingPawder

heavy guns mounted on the&e ships. orSCOlI'S dates to-wit: Two Justices of Ih6 )

Not one of the big guns has exhibited EOKilsic! ;: : Supreme Court, one for the full term :

any signs of weakening although some of six years, and one to fill the unex-
c of Cod-Liver Oil with Hyp"
of them have already been fired more k : Beet for f
times than foreign ordnance experts expected phosphites. Wo are wil i.'., pired term of Icon B. S. Liddon re. .r ? ;' l,s; ,' Largest packagesreateagtA P

they could be fired with safety. to trust in his answer. *" signed; a State Treasurer, to fill the A ; c rv The economy.5. K. Falrbaak Conpaar. Lt
American naval officers who know how For twenty-five years do-- Railroad =
unexpired term; two Corn tip. Chi At Louis. New fork. gy'p
guns are made down at the Washington tors have prescribed ou*' missionere. each for the term of four Boston, '
factory, confidently predict that Emulsion for paleness wean.- .
gun Railroad
ness,nervous exhaustion imo years, and one Commissionerfor -
big in Sampson' fleet will
every gun ------
for all diseases that cauay the term of two years, to be voted
outlive the war unless put out of action
loss In flesh. 5 forat the next regular State election
by the enemy. Its creamy color and its > ;
Since the war began a deal of nonsense pleasant taste make it 03- / aud to transact such other business W. A. MERRYDAY

has been printed about the life pecially useful for thin and a,*may come before the convention.

of big guns, as tho result of which the delicate children. / "The different counties in the State
H
general opinion held among persons who No other preparation of cod- .WHOLESALE. .
will send delegates to the convention
have not the opportunity to learn the liver oil is like it. Don't lose S I
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truth is that one of the "peacemakers"on time and risk your health by .. upon the following basis of representation Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits
,
taking something unknown ,
One for each hun-
the Oregon for example-a gnu : : delegate one
and untried. Keep in mind -
which hurls half a ton of steel through that SCOTTS EMULSION' dred votes for the candidate on the Orange Box and Building Material.

83 inches of wrought iron--cannot be has stood the test for c. State ticket who received the highest

depended upon to stand the strain of quarter of a century. 4 number of votes at the general electionof .gent '

more than 100 firings and may even go and Si oo; all drugcitts.. '
to pieces much sooner. It is not difficultto SCOT BOWNE, New York. 1&X5, and one additional vote for the Bradley Fertilizer C .,

discover the origin of the 100 fir fraction in excess thereof, when it Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,

ings" fallacy. It is the same as that of amounts to (fifty or more.'' Ray & Fickett Schooner Line

some other similar ones. The counties under this rule will be (Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
Not long book in are of not Infrequent occurrence. lie-
ago a was published entitled to as follow
representation : PALATK.lFLORIDA.
England on "Modern Naval Artillery," ports from our naval attaches show that I .
in which was described the manufactureof these accidents are seldom reported in Alachua.; Bradford, 6; Baker, 2;;

heavy ordnance at the great Elswick the newspapers, excepting where thereis Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus 2;;

factory. "Brassey's Naval Annual," loss of life. Especially this true in Clay 4; Columbia, C; Dade, 4;De Sato AT

the leading authority in Europe on naval Germany where a number of big 6; Dnval, 22; Escambia, II; Franklin,
statistics declared at the time the Krupps have burst. The good behaviorof
2, GadsJen. 4; Hamilton 4; Hernando, Mrs Blocher's
book American big guns is only another
came out that there was no better ,
2; Hillsboro 20;Holmes.3; Jackson 9;;
illustration of the ability of the Yankeeto
authority on the subject of the life of '
big guns and quoted from it this state- outstrip the foreigner.-New York Jefferson, 14; Lafayette; Lake, 7;; 35 Lemon Street.

ment: "It is generally understood that Sun. ____________ Lee, 3; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty;

the lib of the 67 ton gun may be takenat Timely Information. Manatee, 7; Madison 7; Marion 9;

120 round and the 110 ton gun at 75 The Spanish spies in this country Monroe, 4; Nassau, 4; Orange, 10;

round, both with full charges." And should lose no time in informing Spain I Oceola, 2; Pasco, 4; Polk,8; Putnam; SUMMER DRESS" GOODSLawns
I
Captain Orde Browne, tho English ordnance
that we are about to send the Montereyto St. Johns, 7; Santa Rosa, 5; Su-uter,4;
expert, adds, "The number of the Philippines. If Spain wants to I Suwannee 8 Taylor 2 Volusia 8 Dimities, Organdies,
,
; ; ;
which will fire before
rounds
heavy
a gun save any of her navy for a nest egg, she !Finest asssortment In Lawns, Percales, Calicoes Muslins.SheetingTicking,etc
becoming unserviceable is unfortunately bad better keep it out of range of the Wakulla C; Walton, 4; Washington. Silks and Satins for Waist* and Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.

very small." Monterey.-Louisville Cour1er-J ournal The counties will select their delegates Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c to$2 60.

We began making modem guns only .... In any manner which may be?

ten years ago, the armament of the first i Stagnant breath, poor appetite bad deemed best by the people, acting -

cruisers of the white squadron having digestion are doe to a disordered liver "
through the party organization, as rec-
I
been bought abroad. Just 11
ago
years
Correct this at once it you avoid a sick.
ognized by the last State convention.
this month the first contracts for gun MILLINERYIN
forgings of modern construction were I pell. Pnckley Ash Bitten,the system All Democrats are invited to partici-

let to the Bethlehem Iron company. Webegan cleanser, is what you need. It purifies pate in the selection of delegates thereto

the manufacture of the very type the blood, cleanees the bowels and puts including those who have become
I ALL ITS BRANCHES.
of guns about to be discarded abroad. the stomachliver kidneys in perfect qualified to vote since the last election.
Since that contract was let we have
Sold Ackerman & Slew
condition. by The chairman and secretary of each --N.
built a gun factory at tho Washingtonnavy
yard, where have been built all art. county convention held for the purposeof Ladies and Cliildrens Shoes.

the heavy guns on our battleships, mon- Why allow yourself to be slowly tortured electing delegates: to the State con.
itors and fighting cruisers. Americansdo ventioo are requested to send Hon. W.
at the stake by disease? Chills
not generally know it, bat it is a chairman Tallahassee
A Rawls
,
fact, undisputed by foreign experts who and Fever will undermine and eventually -
Fla., a written or punted copy of ihe THE C. B. ROGERS: CO.
have studied gunmaking in the United break down the strongest constitution ,

States, that the Washington gun factory I "FEBRl CURl (Sweet Chill Tonic proceedings of such county conventions

turns out the finest "hooped" guns in i with Iron) is more effective than together with a list of the names of the IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.

the world-far superior to Krnpp's Quinine, and being combined with county executive committee appointed, Provisions Grain Hay Flour Meal Grits Etc.
and in fact, the only heavy naval guns and Nerve Med designating thereon the chairman and ,
of this type which will stand the strain iron is excellent Tonic of such committee. ,
secretary
of long service. icine. It is pleasaat to take. and is
W A. RAWLS,Chairman. Mole Aireiifs for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
Just how long our big naval guns sold under positive garantee.to1 cure or .

may be expected to live is a matter of i money refunded. Accept no substituteThe J. C. COOPER, Secretary.Sytapatbctic F air. b lna Canning 1 C o. TOE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS

opinion for none of them has died yetTt' FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER, I
I kind don't effect
"just as good"
aa of them has ever even broken I Lion Brand Canned Meats. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.
*
down in service. One of the Miantono- cures

tnoh. 10 inch guns, now waiting for a Safety for Womn. Quotations Made Promptly on Application..
chance to sink an enemy's ship has had T asbawds.l ()
and otton Root
Tansy Pennyroyal Feb
about as severe a test as any of the big
guns in tho navy, for the gun was one I Pills remove all suppressions and ir- 116mJACKSONVilLE.. FLORIDA,

of the first turned oat of the gun facto- rt"gDlaritieti. $1 per box. For particulars -

ry. Gunner Michael W. Gilmartin, now address Dr. Frank Edmondson,

on duty at the New York navy yard, Atlanta, Go mll-5m
fired this gun more than 100 times at

the Indian Head proving grounds. That i Keener TS. Time.

was'some,years ago, before the gun was
mounted aboard ship. Since it was first Having a stock of Watch ana Clock )

shipped to the testing ground this gun I Material on hand, and wishing to quit

has been fired more than 200 times, and : the repair business, I will do worK at tr i

it'is just as fit for service today as the : the following low prices until stock is
d.a1it left the factory. No gun abroad
used Watches and Clocks-main
up:
can show such a record.
The Miantonomoh's guns, it must be spring, 75c; cleaned, 75c; and crystal .

remembered, were among our early on watches 10 to 15 cents. Have had
lence. It Is to these unfortunate beln;
gut In strength and stability they are eleven years experience In watch % I RUPTUREI who suffer often uninspected many and la silence
inferior to the newer ones. The war. and lock making. Give me a call that we extend cordial Invitation to come ana
f. I and be cconrtnced N I/t/ be examined free of charge. Weako agree toflttruMand
with result in data from
Spain may \ Universal 1 omplaiQt.i allow patient to wear it tone
which may be determined the average PEBUY KEENER. I week.at the expiration of which time we will

life of the 12 inch and 13 inch guns, i To those who know nothing of the affliction refund the money if found A TRUSS.To not satisfactory.flTtlZQ .
but ordnance officers say the war will I The mere careful a man is In buying, 4b of henna commonly called rupture)il..Ul be a think about is easy, but it is onv! ear.
one-tenth of the human
tq statement that -
/ surprising bernnThere '
have to be a long one to put any of our the more skeptical be is in selfeting his family are afflicted with this complaint. to those are several who thoroughly kinds of hernia understand and each ha t:,
heavy guns out of action. That all of This is true, and the forum of treatment. are be reduced and retained with a truss fitted a- .
pants, the better we like it. tIe will numerous and in most races unsuccessful.Therejls cording to its own peculiarity lurin t."
the will be serviceable after bowerer,
new hernia
guns a method of retaining of In fitting trusse-
as many as 300 firings is the opinion of thcu more fully appreciate the BUCKSKIN that is nniYersally accepted as being perfect. It we years hare practical not found experience a single easeHfeat we e.>III i i
the The sympathetic tenderness of a loving I not only retains the hernia bat is the mot not retain. It costa nothing to be eonrinced b l ?'
of the experts, and some place taI
many BREECHES. He'll see at a OMFOB-TABLE and EC5OM1CAL appliance to come and see.THS.BE .
Abroad tho husband its everything to an expectant existence.: .
figure much higher. gun- I ARE OTHER TRUtt5ES.Ifany
.
how carefully they are made. mother her first XO.999 TRUSS.At .
glance ,
during
especially of which might be good If they could!
makers doubt that their big "hooped"guns
When he his hands in the pockets ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a prominent Is well known most of the appliance. for only be made toot;but experience prores that
puts to ib wearer.
not satisfactory
would live through a single heavy of the this malady are almost every Uvilvldoal require a different
druggist Dayton, 0., gives
American believe he'll find a printed guarantee which often doing more harm than good and falling shaped truss-one peculiarity of our truss! it
engagement. experts of
hernia. Thousands
following case: entirely to retain the that It can be fitted to any shape
that American guns will outlive their says; "If not as represented your A customer of mine, whoe wife has used people are suffering from Ill-fitting trnsxes.or CAUTION.ileware .
.,usefulness be serviceable when, their couldn't be four bottles of Mother's Friend" before con- doing without entirely,thus endangering their I of hard rubber trusses that cannot iw
back. They mote- hare tried to weahT -
lires.because the trustee they
money will not hold
nement. say, after seefng the effects of the shaped without heating,as they
places are usurped by of still finer wren them nndurable pain and inconrenr
guns they'll never be leas. remedy that if she had to go through the ordeal '
construction. sjiln, and there were but four bottles on the fr-WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF-
market and the cost was $100 bottle, she
While none of our big guns has been Skin'Diseases Cored. would hare them. per H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bandages Pessaries

long enough in service to indicate howL I *' Mother's Friend is a scientifically and all kinds of Rubber Goods.
For the of .tetter. Itch eczema,
V many more times it may be safely fired, cure compounded liniment which affords cer-
k5-*" the fact that none of the Washington eryslpela*. and all lrnUhUlt of the tain relief in the various ailments preceding Crescent Drug Store

guns has ever burst in service goes a skin,Dr. Edmondson' Eczema Cqre childbirth, and assures proper ,

long way toward proving the superiority is the standard. Address Dr. Frank elasticity ia the to the final cords ordeal and muscles involved C. J. OAIIUETT, Proprietor.PALATKA .

of American guns over those of foreign Edmondson, Atlanta, Oa. Pnee 50, 41 Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists FLORIDA.
make. Down at Indian Head the I
ml1-
i per bottle m 0: expressed on receipt of o: edoliar.
other day a gun was destroyed by the : .

explosion of a high explosive shell in Valuable book, "Sefarcc Baby: la Dd'bllny IIabftl
the breech For i1m C At. .etTO h lst. cured as home wlUv
daring an experiment Born, mailed frea cs application.THS M Book .
CUp&1D. of
f innately no one was injured. But abroad !tI! tIR1.DflEt3 RtGrUTOS CO* Atlanta, C3. n.tisil tJO-* II oI OfWP FBEK.par.tUtOarssent

gun accidents under service conditions u 1, B.M.WOOLHT.
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Gapes In Chickens.

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What I shall ay on this subject will ""

be based on what I do not know 104. 104.

about it since I have had 0"
never a DESCRIPTION .2' OWNER. 4
OWNER. Ua
case of gapes In all my experience in d..c a: G. cOo DESCRIPTION. g :s. ":

raising chv:**. But if I tell how mjr I Cb c Z
5 dswVw i t plots
racks are handled, the kind of food : to tot e < C1 tot <

and the care they receive, it may be '

of benefit to some one who has had of DW 4 .... ...... ................ 11 10 2S 40 W H Mann ..... ITseJ4 9 and 10.. ... ... ... ........... 9 10 27 85 Sarah P Derby Eat .. .. 143
of se34 ........ .......... 15 10 25 40 F Q Brown trustee...... 87n lots 123567 and 8................... 9 10 27 335 Sarah P Darby Eat ..... 4 66
trouble with this dread disease. % less a% of..nwy .... ...... ........ 1& 10 25 240 W H Mann ... ............. I"I all... ... .. ... ..... ...... ...... ... 10 10 n 637 Sarah P Darby Eat .. .. 10 23
One I D% of .e% ... .. .... ............ ...... 11 10 25 10 FA Garrison ..... ...... 143 nH of sett and sett of aett... ....... H 10 27 120 J A Riche ... ... ... ... Jaw 43
feature which, without a doubt I block 2 1Iomstel' ...... .. ............... IS 10 2 S F Q Brown .. .... .. ...... 68 % of swtt and nett of awtt ... .. 12awtt 10 27 8OJ A Riche ... ... ... .... 2 U
favors immunity from gapes, is that IoU 14 i 8 block HoWsteI' ...... .. 11 10 25 F Q Brown .., ... ....... 68 of nett ... ... ....... 13 10 27 10 eeml Mitchell ... ... .... 100
lot I block U HoUsWr ........ ...... II 10 25 F Q Brown trustee ...... 44 ntt of nwtt cwt of nwtt and stt of
our soil is sandy, always dry under Iou 1 end 2 block U HotUster ...... 1. 10 2S Florida Commercial Co.. 68 ett of nwtt... ... ... ... ............ U 10 27 99 J A Riche .. .. ... ... 34

foot. Even after a hard rain the Iota 1 2 1.8 block I HoUlster .......... 1& 10 ZS Florida Commercial Co.. 53 D% of swtt.. .. ... ... ... ... ...... 13 10 27 80 A C Taylor ... ... ... 143
.....
F .
10 25
Iota 1 2 7 8 block It Hollater .... ... II Q Brown Trustee 68 part tIe% of Del 4 part aett of aett and
ground Is soon dry again. Low, wet Iota I 4 5 6 block It HolUater .......... 11 10 ZS Florida Commercia! Co.. 58 I part nett of aett of sett,.. ... ..... 13 10 27 WH C E Yelvington ... ...... 202
........ .......... 11 10 ZS Baldwin 4 Van Houten.. 73
all block 15 HoJIMer in ae car book 31 p 4*... ... ........... 13 10 27 25 J L MIddleton .. ... .... 172
ground is specially favorable to gapes, Iou 2 4 block 11 HaUlster .... ........ 1& 10 25 F Q Brown Trustee ..... 68 i nett of nwtt sett of nevi. of nett nwtt
the the Iota 13 5 block 1& HoUurter ...... .... 11 10 ZS Florida Commercial Co.. 51 of sett of nett awtt of of 14eH 10 27 70 F
to which nett nett A .
or tiny worms cause all block 18 HolUster .... ............ 11 10 25 8J Be.xley .. ....._... .. 68 of of nevi less 5 ... ... 14 10 27 IS Simmons trustee ... 2 02
nwtt H B .. .
sores Post ..
chicks to gape In the vain endeavor I fractional block It HoU18ter .......... 11 10 35 J H Ellis .. .. ..... ......... 44 ntt... . ... .. .. ... ... ...... 15 10 27 160 Sarah P Derby'" Est .... 315 100
to rid themselves of them. lots 13 5 7 block 20 HolUster .......... 11 10 25 F Q Brown Trustee ...... U eH of wtt of Bstt of swtt.. .... ..... 15 10 27 10 Mrs C Litchfleld ... .... 100
Iota 2 4 8 block 20 Hol11ster .... ...... 11 10 ZS Florida Commercial Co.. 58 tots 12346.. ... ". ... ............ 16 10 27 222 Sarah P Darby Est .... .. 3 13
Foul feeding-places are a prolific all. block n 1I011Uter .. .... ........ 1& 10 25 Unknown .._... .... ...... 73 part lot 7 book P p 319..... ... .... 16 10 27 14 L Daniel ... .. ... ....... 172
Iota I J 7 8 block 22 HolUster ........ 11 10 25 Florida Commercial Co.. 68 part lot 7 book 18 p :325-575.......... 16 10 27 Peter Richardson .. .. .. 243
source of this trouble; therefore we Iota 3 4 5 6 block 22 Hollister .......... 11 10 25 F Q Drown trustee ...... 58an part lot 7 book N p 5... ... .. ...... 16 10 27 % F E Sikes ... '" ....... .. 100
block 23 HolUster . ......... 11 10 25 Van Houten 4 Baldwin .. n part tots 5 7 12 end e part 8 book P
feed In clean dry places. If the hen I ell blocks 25 32 31 UoiUster ............ 11 10 2S J a Rodha.upt .... ....... lO p 106.. ... .. ... ... .. ............ 18 10 n 99J W Chandler '.. ... .... 414
is confined in a coop, it is frequently Iota 1 2 3 block 26 HoJIIster .. .... .... 11 10 2S F Q Brown trustee ...... 44 part of lot 13... ... ... ... .. ......... 18 10 27 6tt 6J Wailes ... ... ... .. 68
lots 4 6 6 block 26 HoUtster .......... 1& 10 2S Florida Commercial Co.. 61 a H of red and nett of nett of sett
moved, and clean boards or old plates lots I 3 3 4 block 28 Hollister ........ 11 10 25 noridt Commercial Co.. 44 a nds of nwtt of sett .. ... ... 18 10 27 100 F A Simmons trustee ... 2 03
Water is lots 5 6 7 I block 28 Hollister ........ 11 10 25 F Q Brown Trustee ..... 61 lots land 2..o 10 27 67 Dalton A GlUia .. ........ 143
used to the food
place on. lots 12 S 4 block 30 HdlUster .... .... 11 10 25 F Q Brown Trustee ...... Fa swtt... '" ... ... ... ... ... ......... ZO 10 27 160 F A Saulsbury ... .. ... 315
kept before them constantly changedas Iota 5.7 8 block 30 Uo.Hlster .... .... 1& 10 25 FlarM Commercial Co.. 61 lot 1 e of St Johns river .. ... ...... 21 10 27 39 Unknown ... ... .. ..... 172

often and the vessels ell blocks 35 36 3S 39 HoU1ster ........ 1& 10 25 Van Houten 4 Baldwin.. 81 part lot 2 e of St Johna river ... ..... 21 10 27 4 John A Perry ... ......... 68
as necessary, ail block 4 Humster ... .. ........... 11 10 2S Wm J WllklnsO'D .... .... 58n part lot 3 e of St Johna river ... ... 21 10 27 2 Sol Thurman ... ... ... 68
washed out If lice are found insect 8 acres of BW% of aw4 of De%; ...... 17 10 25 8J W Teaa1eJ' .... ........ 315e4 part lot 9 e of Bt Johns river book
of se4 of sey, ... .. .... .......... 17 10 25 10 H 0 Hagan .... .......... 100 G p 768..i 10 27 2 Prince Cooper ... ... .... 273
powder (pyrethrum) is sprinkled over n4 of neV and ne4 of nwV, .......... 17 10 25 L"'O W H Mann ...... ..... ... 315se4 part lot 9 e of St Johna river book 19
them, and the coops treated to a coating of sw4 and awrh of ae% .... .... 1710Z 80 Treehom Bros .. .......... 243 p 19%... .. ... ... ... ... ... ........ 21 10 27 1 C K Fleming. .. .... .. 230
D% Jess ae 4 of ney and n4 of swy4swV part tots 9 and 10 e of St Johns river
of coal oiL of aw.and awy, of ae% ...... 19 10 25 440 F Q Brown trustee ...... 840 book Zp 614. .. ... ... ... ... ... U 10 27 1 Sttaa Asid ... ... .... ... 117

.. .. ...... ...... 1J 10 25 110 Unknown ... .. .. ..... 173w4 part lot 10 e of St Johns river book
of ... :
The first few days we feed stale e4 of seV nw4 and nwy of 811'%,... .. 20 10 25 120 W H Mann .. ... ...... 343w4 18 p 1. .. ". .. ............ ....... a 10 27 3J Slurry ... ... .. ..... ... 173
after that of ... .. ... ... ... 23 10 25 20 :John Barry ... ... ..... 58ner4 w 25 acres of nwtt of nwtt and swtt
bread crumbled fine corn of S'W'4 DW%
; of .. ... ... ... ... ... ....
swtt ..... 22
of of .w%... ... ... ..... 21 11) 25 10 Florida Commercial Co.. 44 10 27 65 Unknown ... ... '.. ..... ITS
meal slightly moistened with water. verb of ee4 n4 of ee4 of se4 23 10 25 40 Plant Invt Co.. ... ..... 100 ne% of nett of nett... ... ... ... ..... 24 10 27 10 Prior Post ... ... ... .. 58
wYo of sw4 nH of ne%... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 26 10 27 80 Unknown ... .. ... ..... 172
Have not tried oatmeal as so ne4 of 811'%... .. ... ... ..... .. .... 24 10 25 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 87swVV
many of neV4... ... ... ... ... .. ...... 24 10 25 40 Unknown ...... ... .. 100 part swtt of awtt books 16 and 86 p
recommend, nor have I ever baked se4 of 116%... .... ... ..... ......... 2S 10 25 40 B F Roberta agt ......... r7aw 192-341. ". ... ... .. ........... 26 10 27 7 MOllie Anthony.. ...... 202
% of ney and s4 of nw%. ...... 29 10 ZS 12OJ M Rbonemus .. .. .... 315e4 part nw%, of nwtt book K p 683.... 27 10 27 14 Jacob Floyd Est .. .. .... 466
cornmeal bread for them. Only three of ne4 of nw'h.. ... .. ..... 29 10 25 ZO Unknown ... ... ... ..... 58ne part nw%. of nwtt book V p 606...... 27 10 27 6 King ... ... ... .. ... .. 243
feedings a day are given, and just "' of ne 4 of ne% end nw4 jf se4of part w%. .. .. ... ... ... ...... ....... 27 10 27 5.6 J M Merrill ... ... ....... 112
neV ... ... .. .... ... .. .......... 30 10 25 2OJ W Felkner Est .. .... 130 part lot 1 e St Johns river .. ...... 28 10 27 1 Peter Richardson .. ... 100
what will be eaten up clean each w4 lees se% of swy,... ... ...... .... 32 10 ZS 317 Florida: Commercial 00.. 456 part lot 1 e St Johns river ........ 28 10 27 9 Tony Smith .. .. .. '. .. 100
time. Old stale food sometimes TraTen grant. .. .. ... ... ......... 31 925 1959.03 part lot 4 book 4 p 417 wH of eH of .
TravE'l"a grant ... ... ... ... .. ....... 38 9 25 496.4 lot 2 and eH of wH of tat 2........, 28 10 Z7 221.3 Mrs E J Williams .. .... 9 54
causes gapes, since' if left on the Trav.lnl! grant ... ... ... ... ........ 39 9 ZS 175.50 part lot 5 book 14 p 608 .. ............ 28 10 27 6% N and O Ferrow ... .. ... 466
Travers grant. .. ...... ...... .... ... IS 9 25 493.33 fractl nwtt w of St Johns river.... 28 10 27 66H M H Dalton. .. ........ 115
ground it may contain the eggs of the Traven grant .... .. .., ... ... ...... 39 9 26 482.30 lots 4 end 6 w of 6t Johns river... 29 10 27 li3J H Warren ... ... .. .. 527
tiny fly which hatch out In the chicks, Travers grant ... ... ... ... ... ...... 40 9 26 97.18 part of Iota John 7 11 Dix end all lot 12 and part
.. .. ... ...... ... .. 41 1.11 permit e St Johns
9 26
TraVeni grant river . .. . .. ... ... ... ... ... 29 10 27 115 E P Hteer ..
thus giving them gapes.I TraTen grant ... ... ... .. ... ....... 41 9 26 3.3 Bet ... 1478
Travt"rs grant... 17 10 25 36.15 Wm McCabe &: Co... ... 59555 a part lot 3 w of St Johns ... ........ 30 10 27 10 B T Elliner ... ... ....... 100
am et loss to account for gapes touch lots 1 and 4 block'5 'and iat 5 lot 4 w St Johns river ... ... ........ 30 10 27 40J W Button ... ... ...... 87

extent i. sometimes related part block .... ... ... ... ... ... ....... 1 10 26 2 Davis & Valentine ... ... 202 part lot 2 w St Johns river ........., 31 10 27 15 Julia E Hezlett. .. .... 627
> an as part lot 1 book 6 p 311. ... ... ..... 34 10 27 27 Mrs J H Strong .. .. .. 3 15

since my own care and treatmentof part nwy of net of nwy book. 4 p W rt1lot 4 book Q p 484... ... ......... 35 10 27 Bit W Wheeler .. .. ...... 1 72MoCallum

(-hicks are so very simple, and nota of nw3f'of, ne4 book V aDd p 200.lots....4. 1 10 2266 2s C a Chaae... ... ... .". .... 143ne4 part Summers 21p 265 grant.. .:: ::'.:':::::::: 35 37 10 10 27 27 H 38 Jordan Arehe Zimmerman.. .. :: 172 13

single case of it have I ever had. 5 block of nw4 J.. 8W...%..of. .ne4" ... ... ...... 1 10 26 8S George Chase ..... .... .. 345se4 part undivided Summaral int grant .. .. '. ........ 37 10 27 130 F A Simmons trusteeC ? .. 243
H in Hart
.. ... ...... 1 4OJ .. .. .... property
of nwV ... '" 10 26 A Rich ... 100 less ...
9 .
Turpentine is sometimes suggestedas part nw4 of ne% book IS p 618......... 1 10 26 2 R Reid... ... ... ......... 115 acres '" .. ............ 38 10 27 85 First Universal i Society .

a remedy, but were I to have a case part aw% of nw%,... ... ... ... ...... 1 10 2S 1 M Kelly... ... ... ... ..... 58 undivided H int In 9 acres known as of Rochester N T... 7 69

% tnt in unsold part Boardma.n's.. .. ....add. .. 10 26 Fry piece .' ... ,..... ...... 38 10 27 9 D W Thompson ... ...... 130
10 treat I should certainly try spiritsof to PaJa.tka .. ... 1 Webb &: Nichols ... ..... In Woodruff grant
% tnt In uIUlOld part Boardman' add part book 14 p 152.. 38 10 27 4 E K Jenkins .. .. ..,.... 100
camphor, as recommended in a former to Palatka ... ... .. ... ........ 1 10 26 0 W Bramwell ..... ..... Z r7 part Woodruff grant book 12 p 670.... S8 10 27 8 T A Darby... .... .. ..739
this for diarrheaAnd all block U Boardman's add to Palatka part Entralgo grant book 27 p 415.. 39 10 27 666 Sarah P Darby Et ...... 4283

article in paper .... .. . .. .. .. ... ... ... .. I 10 26 a A Prescott ... ... ..... 130 part Wiggins grant book P ........ 48 10 27 8J B Dunn .... ...... ...... $ 97
indications of cholera. The dose par e14 of net book .. 213... ...... I 10 26 84 J Hamberger .. .. ...... 112 part Wiggins grant book 14 p 147 .. 48 10 27 HAD Huntley ...... ..... 100
.. .. part Wiggins grant ..... .. ... .......... 43 10 27 6 Mrs .J Sptnk .. .....
would be small however for a chick part pUS.. J 10 21 4 CUh Taylor ... ... ... ... M..1448
nacres Wiggins book
of swfless ... ......... I 10 26 U Pat ... 14 part grant L p 698 and
w% 10 CunneDy ... ..... 3
only a drop or two-but I believe It I part nwl4 of ee4 of ne4 book I ptZ1 book M p 29 . .. .. ... ......:..... 48 10 27 28 Almond Barrell ... .. 1194
tor 1896 and 1891 .... ..... .. ... 2 10 26 Hn :John Thompson .... 345 part Wiggins grant ..... .. ........ 48 10 27 6 O Austin .... ......... .. 315
would kill a gape worm in a chick'swindpipe part wIh of ee4'.. ... ... ... ... .... a 10 26 12-1J T Da..zell ... ... ... .... 100 part Wiggins grant book 18 p 47 and
.. I book 18 p 693 ..... .......... ........ 48 10 27 64 Peter McMaatera .. ...... 4 86
even if it did not come in I .e4 of aeJ4 less 5 acres .. ... ... 10 26 3S Wade Jones .. .. ... .. 456se
cor of w% of se8 ,.. ... ... ....... I 10 26 14 H Baze.ll ... ... ... ...... lOG part WIggins grant bal. Heiser' Eat 48 10:7 300 E P Heiser Eat .......... 466
actual contact with it.I I n4 of seye of sey and aw 4 of eJ4 part Wiggins gran rook I ue ill 43 10 27 6 A A Flemmlng. ........ 143
I of 116%... ... ... ... ... ......... 7 10 26 30 F Q Drown trustee ...... 103 part Wiggins grant from BarreUe. 48 10 27 5 Norris Guernsey .... .... 172
remember being at a neighbor'sone aw%, of ae' book 6p 11...... 8 10 21 5 8 A Richards ... ... ...... 71'I nwtt of awtt .... .. .. ...... ...... ... 1 11 23 40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 100
when she lot 7 block I lots 6 and 7 block 2 nwtt of nett ..... ...... .............. 1 11 23 40 Henning Land & Invt Co 100
day, was trying very 'I tots a 4 5 6 block a and lots a 4 1 8 Bwtt of swtt ..... ...... ................ 1 11 23 40 Florida C &: Pen Ry Co .. 100
bard to dislodge one of these worms block 4 Roberta' add to Francis .. 8 10 ZI B F Roberts Est ... ..::. 288 10 acres of nH of wH of sett .......... 2 U 23 10 8 D Hollister ... ........ 100
:I Iou 1 end I block 3 Robert' add to sett of nett less 2 acres e 1-3 of w%

from the throat of a young chicken Francis. .. .... .. .... .. ... ........ 8 10 2S Henry Heterman Est ... 103 of swtt of ae%, .... ....... .......... 3 11 23 "R W Venae .... .......... Z 02
with a looped horse-hair. It was an I I block 1 and s4 block 2 Francis .... 8 10 26 Unknown ... ... ... ..... IT swtt of se% ... .... .................... 3 11 23 40 Henning Land &: Invt Co 100
block and w4 block 5 Francis .... 8 10 26 Florida Oa.mmveial 00.. 161 stt of nwtt of swtt ..... .... ........ 4 11 23 10 Unknown ... .... ........ 58
elusive fish, and refused to be hookedin blocks 7 8 and 18 Fr ticis... ... .... .. It to 26 F Q 'Drown trustee ...... 143 nett of swtt .......... .. .... .......... 5 U 23 40 Henning Land 4 Invt Co 100
that manner. The chick was still l1Io'k U Francis ...... 8 III 26 J J Padgc.tt ... ... .. 59 sw% of ne%, ..... ...... .............. 5 U 23 40 Unknown ... .. .. ........ 100
otrt ee ear block It Franois .. .... 8 10 2S tJ E Patterson... .... .... 172 nwtt of aett .... ... ...... .......... 5 11 23 40 Florida C & PRy Qo .... 1 00
gasping for breath when I left."ountry .- part ae'4 of sw'4 book 13 P 244...... 9 10 2': 5 Mn E1 }hnln: .. .. f1 lot 17 .. .".. .." .."". .." .........". I 11 23 40 Florida C &: P Ry Co.... 100
part nw'4 of nwy book l' P 11 ....... 9 10 26 1% :J Browning .. ... ....._ 1 ISnwy4 lot 25 .. ..... .. ...... ........ ...... I 11 23 40 Lafayette Goodwin .. .... 1 72
< Gentleman. of neJ4. .... .. .. ..... ... 9 let 26 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 lot 11 ......... .... .... .... .... ........ 7 11 23 40 penning Land A Invt Co 100
rltrt w.4 "f ewt ... .. p1026 10 BEL Moore. .. ... ..... 17% swtt of sett ........ .... .............. 11 23 40 Edwd Wrigbt .. ...... .. 100
I w4 of nwy/ of ee". .. ... ... ....... 9 10 26 20 ',A H Haskell... ... ...... 87eey nwtt of nett eH of nwtt and wof..
of aeJ4. .. ... .. ... ....... .. 9 10 2S 40 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 swtt, ....... .... ........ ............ 11nett 11 23 200 Hennlng Lend & Invt Co 4 14
Floral Notes. e4 of ne% book Y p 107... ... .-..... 19 10 26 a Dennis Cooper ... ... .... 57 of nay ......... ...... ............ 11awtt 11 23 40 Unknown .... .... ....... 100
I part e'4 of De14 book 11p m ....... .. 10 10 26 4 :J W Purcell... ... ....... 14J of nett wH of ae tt aett of nwttaett
Youngfuchsias require a rich sandy part e4 of nw4 book 8 _p 69... ... 10 10 26 H S 8 Doles ..... ... ... .... 172 of se% ....... ... .............. 12sett 11 23 200 J C Skinner .... .. .... 4 II
51,4 of a.% of""h of nw%... ... .... 1& 10 26 5 R R Perkins ...... 81 of nett nett of se y. and sw% of I

loam which should be strengthened as 1% of nwyw of swy4,... ... ... ... ... 10 10 21 20 F Q Brown trustee ...... 61 nwtt ..... . ...... ...... ......... 12 U 23 120 Unknown'-i.. .. .. .... 273
the plant older. The best soil part e4 of aw1){ book U p 303........ 10 10 26 65 David Reese ... ... ..... 343 wtt, of nett sett of swtt nett of aett
grows part nw4 of sw4 of sw4 and part nett of nw%, ..... .... .............. 13 U 23 160 I N Wimberly '". . 343
for the fuchsia Is old woods earth. e4 of .w% book I p 510-599 .,. ...., 13 10 26 27 F W lIutcllina ... .. .;: 373 nwtt of nw.4 aett, of nwtt nett of '
unsold part nwy, of nwy, West Palatka swtt nwtt of sett .... ........ .... .. 13 11 23 160 8 W Moody .... ... .... 345
The compost from old, decayed .". .. ... ... ... ............ 10 10 26 65J W cLaUt' 'y ... ... .... 145I ne%, of Bwtt, and s.' of sett .......... ItBH 11 23 120 Unknown. ............ .. 243
tumps, with one-fourth sand, is a I i I all blocks 1 and a West PaJ&tka ..... 10 10 20 W C C B&1I... ... ... ... 87all of and aett of nwtt and nwtt. of
block 2 Weft P&.l8.tka .... ..... 10 10 26 J II Payne ... ... ... ... 58 nwy4 wH of awtt ...... ....+j. 15nett H 23 240 Hennlng Land & Invt Co 4 86
good porous soil; one that will never lots 8 7 8 block West PaJatk& ..... 10 10 261 B F Bowen! ... ... ....... 87 of swVJ ... .... .... .............. 17 11 23 40 limning And A Invt Co 100
I W lot 1 Mock IT WEst Palatka ... 10 10 26 W H Branch ... ... A.. .58 nwtt of ne% and ne% of nwtt ........ 17 11 23 8O/" F Dowtey .... .......... J 72
bake, but will require a little more e lot 1 block 11 West Pa1&tka. ..... 10 10 26 Miss E Preston ..... .... 44 lot 10 ..... .. .. .......... ............ 18 U 23 4OJ H Sampson .... ........ 143
water. w of a% of s4 of sw4 of ne'4 book Iot720 ... ... ... .................. 18 11 23 134: Hennlng Land & Invt Co 2 43
28 p 80... .. . ... .. ......... U 10 26 Unknown .. ... ..... .1 03w4 lots 15 16 24 and 25 ............ ........ 18 11 23 160 Unknown .... .... .... .... 315

Young plants of the fuc'hs1a.should, of ae4 of se4. ... .. ... ...... It 10 26 20 :John Mungeon ... ... ... 112 tots 2 and 3 ..... ...... .............. 19 11 23 80 Jane Bryan .. ............ 172
have the out from time .% of ne% of nw%, of sw1(... ..... U 10 26 5 C Rivers .. .... ... ..... 100 lots 4 8 9 10 U 12 and 14 to 21 inclusive 19 11 23 596 Hennlng Land & Invt Co 10 23
tops pinched sw4 of ne' and Be 4, of nw4 .. ... 12 10 26 110 Palutka Lend and Grove s% of lot 5 and 6 .. ...........,.... ? .. 19 11 23 40 W S Moore ...... .... ... 4 56
,time to Insure a sufficiency of Co .. . """... 11 91Dwl4 lot 24. .. .. .... ...... ...... ...... .... 19 11 23 40 W L Davis ...... .......... 100
I of nwl4 of flW%... ... 12 II 23 10 :John McGl1I Eat ..... .... lot 25 .... ....... .......... ........ .. 19eH 11 23 4OJ A Davis ...... .... ..... 100
branches, if the pyramid shape is part swy of tIe% book I p 475..... .. 12 10 26 a :John V06S ... ... ........ 115 of nett swtt of nett nett of awtt 20 11 23 160 M D Watson ...... ....... 267
desired.To I part w4 of swS4 book N p 499 ... ... 13 10 26 35 E R McKeen.. ......... 311n4 nw 4 of nw% .... .... .............. 20 U 23 40 Unknown ... .. .... .... 100
of swrh of neV,... ... .......:... .. 14 10 26 20 Peter Pett'nnan Eat .... 112 nH of nett .. ... ... ..... ....... ....... 21 U 23 SOF E Russ .... .... ... j 1J
form a pyramid one of the lead- part sw4 of ew%, book 2 P 634........ It 10 26 15 HantJ' 4 W1D'&D ... ... 315 n% of nwtt ....J ........ ............ 21 11 23 80 Hennlng Land A Invt Co 1 72
part w4 of neJ4 book IS P 70........ :4 10 26 6 B Peterson ... '.. ........ 59w4 nett of nwtt and sH of Bwtt .... ..... 22 11 23 120 Hennlng Land A Invt Co 2 43
ing branches should be removed as of e4 of nei4 of nwy, and eV oJfnwl4 net of nett ...... .. .. ...... ........... 22 11 23 40 Unknown .. 100
soon as the lower ones have become a of nw4 and part aw% of IIW%, sett of nwtt ..... ... ... ...... ........ 23nwtt 11 23 40 HermtngLand A Imt Co 100
book 14 P 132. .. .. ... ... ... ...... IS 10 26 24 T C Merrill ... ... ... .. 2 03ne4 of nwtt and awtt of awtt........ 23 11 23 SO Unknown .... ..... 112
few inches in length, and other lead- of nw4 less 10 acres ...... n to 26 30 Jack Iondon .... .. .. 141 3 wtt uf.aett of ne%, less 3 acres ........ 24 11 23 11 0 C McGregor .... ..,... .. i 7J
ers allowed to grow until it has lot J book U p 151 and Jot t bulk itip swtt acres of in nwtt nw sett corner of nett of swtt and, of ne of%, 24 11 23 SDR McGregor ... ....... 68
Ob-I 154..i6 1. 26 8 L C ... .. ...... eH
Stevens 145 of ...... ... .
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tained a desired height; then part .eV of sel4 ewV4 of swy aDd swtt nett ... ...... 24 U 23 100 Mr Julia Livingston ... S 27

nw4 of swy and w4 of neye of nett of nett .... ..... .... ........ .... 24 11 23 40 I N Wimberly.. ..... ... $27
should be topped also.A 811'% ... ... . ... ... .... .... 16 10 26 110 B F Roberts Est... ... 173aw ett of sett and swH ... ....... ...... 24 11 23 200 Henning Lan A Invt Co 3 84

standard tree, with a single stem %, of eer of n.M... ... ... ......... II 1t:6 10 L C Wea.tbenbee ... ... 315 nwtt of nett nH of nw% ..... ...... 25 11 23 120 Hemilng Land A Invt Co 2 43
part e4 ot neV of sw% and e4 of nH of awtt of nwtt .... ........ ...... 25 11 23 20 A W Lawton ...... ... ... 87
and a globular head, Is obtained by verb of nw1.4 part wy4 of ne4 and a% of awtt of nwtt, ........ .... ... ..... 25nett 11 23 20 P C Woodruff .... .... ... 87
part nw4 of eeJ4 book= 10 P 569.... 1. 1026 75 Carl Jloltzgang .. .. ... 516s.4 of and of ..
letting only the leading branch stand De% nH sett of nwtt 25 11 23 60 S W Moody... ......... 143 .
less 24 acres to Roberta ... .... 11 '0 28 136 Leonor OaJT1n .. .: .. 4 56 nwtt of sett of that part in Putnam
and removing all side shoots "Until the n% of nth of aw%, of n& ... ... ..... 11 10 2S 5 B L Ftevens ... ... ... 51 County. .. ..... .... ....... ...... 26 11 23 40 Hennlng Lend &: Invt Co 87
ee% of awV .. . .. ... ....... .. 11 10 26 4OJ E Holmes... ... ... ... 57nw4 swtt of nett nett of nwii and nH of
former has obtained the desired of nw4. .. . ... ...... ...... 1J 10 2S 40 L 0 Garrett ... ... ...... 87.wV a% ... ... .... ...... .............. .. 27 11 %3 m Henntag Land A Invt Co 4 86
height when the topping is to commence of nw'. .. ... .. .. ........... 20 10:6 40 SJ Wal1etJ ... ... ...... 87w4 eH of nwtt sw% of nett ... ... ........ 29 11 23 120 Edwd Henderson{ .. .. .. 28
of 8w'4 and eJ4 of swi(.. ..... 20 10 26 120 B W Becks ... ... ...... 172 aett, of nett ........, .... ..... .. ......... 29 11 23 40 PC Woodruff .... ...
to form the crown. part toeS Beck homestead ... .... 20 10 26 71,4 W W Decks ... ... ... .. 58 wH of nwtt. .. ... ... . .. .. .... 29 11 23 8OJ F Dean... ........ .. 243 100
part set. Deck trornestead ... .... 20 10 26 Carrie E Becks ... ...... 5a
nH of nett and nwtt of sw%, ..... ... 29 11 23
Though the standard tree is very part set: Beck homestead ... .... 20 10 26 M E Decks ... ... . .. !IIIJ lots 1 and 14 ..... .. . .... ........ 30 11 23 120 80 Unknown Baxter Shurawell... ... .... ..... .. .. a: 43

pretty, most persons prefer the pyramid acres iD se cor of DW%, of sel,4 ... n 10 26 Chas Leyvras.. .... .. 61 tot 2 .. ...... . .. ... . .. .. ....... 30 11 23 40 B S Hennlng ..... . .. 3U 172
part seV of ee14 book X pm.... n 10 26 10 L :J Arnold ... ....... ... 112s lots 22 and 25 ... . ... .. .. ... ..... .. 30 11 23 84 Hennlng Lend A Invt Co 112
as there Ian larger suiface to expect % of n4 of sw4 of 811'%... ... ..... n 10t 10 R L Arnold ... ... .. ... 58 lot 13 ...... ... .. . .. ........ 30 11 23 40 Jessie Snipes ...... . .. 1 43
flowers from.Propagation spart sw'4 of De% book Y p 25... .. n 10 26 7J II Ella ... ... ......... 315 lot 23 ..... ... .. . . ... .. .... 30 11 23 40 Oeo Cochrane .... . . 10\1
ee14 of .w'4 of ne" and s4 of lots 7 and 8 and fractional lots 14 17 31 11 23 140 Henning Land A Invt Co 2 43

when varieties BW'4 of aw'4 of nei book P p 220 n 10 26 8 D B Willis ... ... ... .... 20'Ja lot JJ:...... ...... ... .. ... ........ 31nH 11
new are 23 40 PC Woodruff ...... ..... 100
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% of ne4 of ne4 Mn F M FrazIer ... .... 46&
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of nwtt ........ .. . ..... ....... S3 11
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desired hs effected from part ewS4 of sw4 book X .284 ..... U 1026 30 L J Arnold ... ... ...... 243s Hennlng Land & Invt Co 73
by growing .... ...... . ... .
nwttnwtt .. .......
% of ne' .. . ... ... ...... .... 23 10 26 80 Mo'le' Mitchell ... ... ... 243ae" 1 11 24 160 Unknown ... .... .. 31.*
seed; or by cuttings for general pur- of 8W%... .. ... ... ... ... .... 2S 10 26 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100 of awtt of nwttnH ... .. ...... a 11 24 10 John Abraham .. ..... 58
of and .. .... .
and lot 1 in e4 of net(.... 24 1& 26 nett nH nwttaett a 11 24 160 F A JlUl. .115
lot 2 part R J ROes ... ... ... .....
A friend her fuchsiasin of ..... ...... .. .. ..........
poses. manages part DW% of e4 of neJ,4, book 1& p 140 U 10 2S '4 August Crawford .. .. .. 144 nwttnett 3 U 24 4OJ J 8trick1and.. .... ... 1 00

summer, thus: She prepares a bedon part aw74 of ea.s of ney... ... ... ... U 10 2IJ d Ned Austin ... ... ........ 44 of awtt of nw b ........ ...... .... 3 11 24 10 A J Matohett ...... .. 5*
part e4 of se4... ... ... ... ... ... U 10 26 Jack Williams ... ... .... 50S s% of nett nwtt, of swtt and nett of
the north side of the house and in e% of seV book 2 p 189........... 24 U 26 J E bf Vary Eet... ... .... 61 aett .... ........... .. .......... .. 3 11 24 160 L G Burrows. .. .. .. 2 41
it sinks her pots of fuchsias up to the lots 2 S 4. .. ... .. ... .. ... ... 1i 13 26 217 F Q Brown trustee ... .. I s3e4 B.%, of aett of nettBH ................. C 11 24 10 B F Sanburn .... .. ... 68
of net awl4 of neJ4 nw4 of nwy. of set of sett of nett and nett of
rim. Places gross or dead leaves over s4 of nwl4 n4 of sw4 and lot ... .. 2'7 to 26 m F Q hrown trustee ..... 524 nett of aett e4 of nwtt, of nett of
the of them and around the plantto part a and e of St Johns river .. :s 10 26 n Unknown ... .. ... t,7w4 eettawtt ... ..... .... .... ............ <4< 11 24 20 John Abraham .. .. .. 203

top and sal(... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2t 10 26 rn 0 W Beks .. ... ....... 110 of nett less 10 acres ....... ...... 4 U 24 30 F M Matchett ...... ..... 1 'l2
the depth of nearly two inches. all ... '" ''' ... .... '. ... ........ 10 10 Z6 m Florida Contmfn&j ('u.. 810 5 acre in Be corner of aett of nwtt
and of sorb .. .. ... .. .... II 10 26 80 Jocelyn k Taylor. _.. 143 w% of aett of nw%, less 1 acre... 4 11 24 34 C I! Hemingway .... .... 1 n
This retards evaporation keeps e3... .. ... ... ... ... ...... .... .... IJ 1l' 26 144 Florida Commercial Co. 739p1rt nett of swtt .. ..... .... .............. 4 11 24 40 I M Hemingway. ...... 143

the heat from the roots. She showers 1: i. 13 IIS; 20 E B Thompaon ... ... ... 315 sw<4 of nwtt and nw%, of awttnett ...... 4 11 24 80 LA Hemmingway .... 172
Iota 5 and 6 of river book 3
them and part ..e .p of nw% and nwtt, fcf nettnwtt .... .... 4 11 24 80 H R Roberta .. ........ 315
evening. .. .. .. 33
morning : 10 %6 U Mrs R C Featon .... .
lot 10.. ... .. .... .8' Unkno'WD. ... ... .. ....... 911 44 of nwttwtt ........ .... .... ........ 4 11 24 40 WC Snider ...... ........ 100
When weather comes theyare lIenuUldea grantbook R ..1022 of nwtt nwtt of swtt less 1 acre 5 11 24 119 W D Combs ...... ....... 315
frosty 24.S 39 10 2S 35 H F .. .
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sett settaett .. .. .. ... ... .. 5 11 24 40 Hennlng
Land A: Invt Co 100
s'4 of nwt4 book 35 p 328........... 4 10 27 SOJ D Hap.n .. ....... .... nn4
easily removed to a place oT safe of aw% sey of swyI and s4 If t of nettnH . .. .., ... .. ... ....... I 11 24 40 W D Combs ... ... ..... 100

ty. Fuchsias love a cool, moist atmos- set;... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 10 27 :00 Sarah P Darby Est ..... 315to of aett and awtt of aett ........- 711 24 120 Mrs E P Moody .. ...... J 43
nett of awtt aeVi of swtteH ...... ...... 7 U 24 80 8 W Moody .... ...... 1 'l2
phere. In winter an east window suits l1e eor of w4 of se4 ..... ........ 5 10 n 14 J&ZD9 Randolph .. .. ... 54 of nettwtt ...... ....... ....... ...... 1 11 24 80 I N Whnberty ... .... 173
1 acre ID Jot 3 end s4 of lot 2 and of nwttswtt ....... ...... .............. 8 11 24 80 I N Wimberly ... ..... 172
them; In summer a north one.-Farm, part lot 6.... ..... ... .. ...... ..... 51037 S1 C F Hockstefn .. ........ .82 of nett and nwtt of swttaett ..... 8 11 24 80 Lee Morgan .... ... .. 143
Field part lots 4 and 5 book U pm...... 5 ro 77 13 C H Mosher ... ... ...... .100e4 of awttaett ...... ....... ... ........ 8 11 24 40 JWiHewItt ...... 115
and Fireside. of lot 5... ... ... ... ... ...... .... 5 10l U Mrs Sarah P Darby .... 1 t of **tt.. .. ... ... ......... ...... 8 11 24 443 .Alice K Groover ...... 100
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% Of sw34 .. ............. .......... S 11 24 40 Jacob Powers .. .... .... 100 lot 13 private survey... ... ... ..... 24 12 25 % Aug Stein ........ .... .. 44 without sufficient shade
sett of nwtt swtt of ae% nett of sett Iota 8 private survey.. ... ....... 24 12 25 % A B Swords .. ............ 87 sun, warm
all ne% except.% of ne%.......... 1 11 24 240 Unknown ... .. ... .....4 ft lot 4 private survey.. ... ... ....... 24 12 25 H F Hawley .... ...... .. 44 and stale drinking water, foul end
wH of nwttswtt ....... .... ...... .......... 9 11 24 80 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 1 72 lots 10 and 12 private survey ... ..... 24 12 25 % Edgar Osburn. .... ....,. 172
of ae% and sett of swtt .. ...... t 11 24 80 J W Wood ...... ........ 243 lot 14 private survey .. ... ... ....... 24 12 25 34. Annie Galllgar .. ........ 44 offensive grass runs, occasioned bj
ae% of sett ........ ...... .............. 9 11 24 38 Amos Parramore .. .. 172 lots 40 and 64 private survey .. ..... 24 12 25 % A B Hull ... ........... 71 the droppings and most importantof
n% of swttnett .... .. ........ .............. 9 11 24 80 Frank Morgan .. ........ 143 lot 49 private survey... .. ... ....... 24 12 25 '" S S Reynolds .... ........ 58 ,
and le% of nwtt nwtt of settswtt lot 42 private survey ... ... .......... 24 12 25 34 H H Copeland .... ...... 44 all, the absence of a regular sup-
of swtt ...... .... ...... ...... t 11 24 2SO Unknown . ... ..... 557 lot 44 private survey.. ... ... ...... 24 12 25 % E J Reynold ... .......... 44
of nay of of nwtteH '" lot 52 private survey .. .. .. ... ...... 24 12 25 % Styles Hurd .. ......... 44 ply of fresh green food, which is the
n% swtt ne 4 1Ie tt
of sett .. ..,.. ...... ...... ........ 10 11 24 240 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 486 lots 78 80 81 82 private survey........ 24 12 25 1 Mary E Stagg .... ...... 87 great preventive of diarrhoea In fowls.
s% of nett nett of sett ...... .... .... 11 11 24 120 Henning Land & Invt Co 243 lots 83 85 private survey ... ... ....... 24 12 25 H M A Bentley .... ...... .. 6*
.... .. lot 84 private survey .. ... ... ..... 24 12 25 tt R G Weed ... ... ........ .44 This disease is rarely if ever known
sett of sett ....... .. .... ........... .. 11 11 24 40 A W Lawton .. .... 100w
% of sett ...... ..... ...-. ......... 11 11 24 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 172 I' lot 121 private survey .. .... .. ....... 24 12 25 tt J F Luther .... .......... 44 where cool water and 'food
lots 21 23 ... .. ...... 24 green are
private
eH of swtt of nett and nett ofnett survey 12 25 H J M Emm-arson. ........ (8
.......wtt.... .. .. .. ............ .... 12 11 24 160 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 345 w 24 acres of nwtt of rwU .. ...... 1 12 28 24 Mrs F Henry .. .. ........ 172 provided daily.Symptoms.Sudden.
swtt of sett ...... ....... ............ 131124 40 A W Lawton .... ....... 100 I' e 16-40 of nwtt of nwViett .. ... .......... 1 12 26 11.J C Kenyon ... ... ....... 172
sett of swtt and nwtt of sea; .......... 13 1124 80 PC Woodruff .... ... .. 172 of nett of nwtt less 1 acre ........ 1 12 26 9 Mary J Lemon .... ...... 172
and violent
.w% .. .... .... .... .................. 1 12 26 160 Mrs H W Beecher .. .. SM
w% of ne% sea of nett WH of nwttsett n 8-10 of nett of ne>{ of neHnwtt .. ... .. 2 12 26 8 Mrs H W Meeker ... .... 87 thirst, greenish' droppings, afterwardsthin
of nw 44 nett of swtt w% ofswtt of nett of nett... ... ...... 2 13 26 10 Lyman Howard .... .... 172
...... ......... .. .... ... ....... 13 11 24 360 Unknown ... .. .. ... 742 6 acres in se from II S Uotxarts.... t 12 26 6 Mrs Mary Foster .... .... 1(0 and whitish, with extreme weak-
e% of sett nett of nett and nett of part .w% of swtt of nwtt ............ 212 2* 11 S H Gresham .. ... ..... 243
nwtt ....... ........ .... ............ 13 11 24 160 Unknown ... ... .. .. .3 45 w% of wtt of tIe! % of nwtt and e% ness and staggering or falling about,
1% of sett nwtt of ae% and Ite% of of sett of swtt of nwtt" .... ........ 2 12 26 10 Mrs N Woolfalk .. ..... 130 sometimes with
swtt ..... ...... ..... ........ ...... 14 11 24 160 S W Moody .. ... ... 345 s 2 acres of w :3 acres of swtt of nwtt 2 12 26 2 Thomas Wilkins .... .. accompanied cramps,
all....... .... ..... ....... .......... 15 11 24 640 Unknown .... .... .... .. 952 e% of nwtt of se,4 of swtt ..... ..... .. 2 12 26 5 E S Ormsby ... .......... 100 58 and often with an anxious look about
sett of nettnett ....... ... ........ ...... 11 11 24 40 A J Erskine: ... .. ..... U 64
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e% of sett of swtt of swtt ............ 2 12 26 5 T.C Davis .. .. .. ... .. 53 the face. Death results in from twelveto
of swtt .... .. .. .. ....... .... 16 11 24 40 I J Groover ... ... ...... 130w part nett of nwtt.. ... ....... ....... 11 12 26 20 O F Randall ... ... .. .. J 43
% nwtt nett nett of nwtt and swtt !! part lIe% of nwtt ... .... .............. 11 12 26 2H R J Broad .. ......... ... 44 thirty-six hours.
of nett .. ... ........ ............ 17 11 24 99 Equitable Building & part sell of nw% ........ ...... 11 12 26 2H John Canty.. ... ... ... 44
Loan Association' .. 2 73 ; part nH of nett of sw4..... .... ... ... 11 12 26 5.Joe Lockett ...... .. .. Treatment.-Administer every 3
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nH of .w : 11 80 Mrs E P Moody .. 172 i part sH of nett of swttI .... .......... 11 12 26 2 Dick Reddick .... ........ 58 hours the following: Rhubarb five
sett of swtt 17 11 24 40 FlaC&PRRCo. .. .... 100 I eof sett of swttI .... .... .......... 11 12 26 10 Samuel Jones .. .......... 58
fey of nwtt 17 11 24 40 Howell & Smith .... ... 100 I part swtti .. .. .. ...... ........ .... 11 12 26 10 Joe Bradley. .. ........ 172 grains; cayenne pepper two grains;
in nw corner of swtt of swtt 17 11 24 5 James Thomas ... .. .... 100 i w% of nH of s 6-8 of w H Of nett .... 12 12 26 22 R H Platt ........ ........ 1 72
swtt of sett 17 11 24 40 Henning Land & Invt Co 73 i n% of w% of sett of ne% .>.. ........ 12 12 26 10.J C Greeley.. .......... 100 laudanum, ten drops; give midway be-
eH of nwU of nett 17 11 24 20 Unknown ... .. ... .... 73 I I part nwtt of nettl .... .. ............ 13 12 26 20 Meyer & Ross.y.. .......... 100 tween each dose.
sett of sea 18 11 24 40 Mrs E P Moody .. .... .. 100 I l e% of nett of nett ... .. .... ........... 13 12 26 20 J Dlnklespell ... ... ...... 115
sett of nw% 1* 11 24 40 Unknown .. ... .... ... .. 100 eH of sett of nettr .'". .. .... .......... 13 12 26 20 Johnson & Stephenson 115 No. of taineture of
n% of ne% wH of swttJ' Wnwtt 11 24 ICO Hennlng Land & Invt Co 3 15 ;: wtt of nett of swtt Of nettnH ...... 13 12 26 6 H Betlotte .. ... ........ 100 1-Equal parts
of sett ... ... ... ... ... .. .... 19 11 24 40 S W Moody ......... 100 of sH of e 3-10 of w 10-16 of s34 opium red pepper, rhubarb peppermint
IW% of settsett .... .. .. .. .. ....... .. .... 19 11 24 40 W H Richmond ...., 100 of nH ..... 13 12 26 10 E S Green .. ... ......... 130
of sett ''....... ..... ... ... ... ..... 19 11 24 40 A W Lawton . ... ... 100 s% of e s.ii: t"w\i-iso sH otnij and camphor well shaken with
swtt of nett e% of aw% ..... ...... ... 19 11 24 160 Unknown ... .. .. ..... :3 fci i; andw34ofnyofa6-16 ofw14.16of doses increased from ten to twenty
swtt of nett 1% of nwtt of sett ...... 20 11 24 60 W C Townsend .... ... ... 143 sH of nHI .. .. ..... ... ........... 13 12 26 %2% A W Appleby.. ... ..... amI
n% of nw% of sett .... ............... 20 11 24 20 R L Ruth. .... ...... 115 I part ne% of swtt of sea .. .... ........ 13 12 %1& T C Davis 68 drops several timesa day when not
nett of sett 20 11 24 40 E S Brown .. ... ..... u
100 ass of sett of nett, and lot 1 .. ........ 14 12 26 81 Miss A W Varnum 384 immediately relieveo.
swtt of sett 20 11 24 40 H W Branch ... ..... .. 100 lots 4 and 5 ... .... .. .. .............. 14 12 26 80 J C Greeley... .......... 14 43
1% of nwtt nett of nwtt and nwtt of I lots 1 and 3 ... .......... ........ 15 12 26 62H J C dozes each of alum
Xo. Two
ne% ... .... ..... .... ............ .... 20 11 24 160 Unknown ... .. ... .... 245 I I lots 3 4 6 8 10 and n% of lot U private Greeley ... 315 2-

swtt of swtt ....... ... .............!.. 21 11 24 40 R R Call ...... .. ...... .. 815 !! survey sections 15 and 22 ........_. 12 26 58 S H & H PoUock .. .. 130 resin, copperas, lac sulphur and cay-
nwtt of ae% and nett of swtt .... .... 21 11 24 80 William Mnier ...... .. 172 lots 1 and 2 e of St Johns River ...... 16 12 26 87% Flnnigen & Givens a 67 then mix
sett of nett ft'tt of nw'4 wH of nwtt lots 234 and sett less nett of sett.nett ... 18 12 26 290 Unknown 466 enne pepper; pulverize;

and nwtt Of swtt ............ ........ 21 11 24 200 HennIng Land & Infvt Co 414w less 6 acres on e side .... ........ 19 12 26 154 W B Owen ....... 315 three tablespoonfuls of the powder
% of nett ett of swtt .... ......... 21 11 24 120 Unknown ... .. .. ....... 2 43 :1 6 acres on e side of nett .. ......... 19 12 26 6 C FHUberg ........ 143
nett, of swtt ...... ...... .... .......... 22 11 24 40' May L Agnew .... ...... 100 !i e% of nwttnett . .. ... ...... ... .. .. .. 19 12 2 6 80 W C Roy .. ..... 143 with one quart of corn meal and
ne% of ne% ...... .... ... ... .......... 2J 114! 40 P C Woodruff ... ....... 100 of nett of swtt... ... ............ 20 12 26 10 O W Dickens. ...... .... 100 for This Is sufficient
sett of swtt .... .... .......... ........ n 11 24 40 B F Sanburn .... ........ 100 e% of se% of sett of sett .............. 20 12 26 5 S S Hastings ..... 100 dampen use.
nwtt of nwtt sett of nett e% of sett 23 11 24 160 A W Lawton .. ........ 315 ;! swtt of ae% of swtt and sH of sett for twelve fowls, and may be used

nwtt of sett .... ..... ................ 23 11 24 40 8 W Moody ood. .......... 100 of eett of swtt.. .... ... ............ 20 13 26 15 TV C Roy... .... ........10 23 For
swtt of swtt .. .... .... ... .......... 24 11 24 40 Mrs E P .......... l oo I i nwtt of nwtt w of river .... ........ .. 21 12 26 40 Fla East Coast Ry Co.. 100 either as a preventive or a cure.
nett 34 ...... ...... ............. 24 11 24 40 EJ Neher... ... ........ 100 i> 2 acres se corner of swtt of sett of the former once or twice a week :s
a% of eey4 and sett of swtt ... ....... 24 11 24 12O.J E Matchett.... .......... 243 i! setteH . . .. .. ........ ... ........ 21 12 28n 2 Williams .> 1 :30
part nH of n% In Putnam County.... 26 11 24 40 Unknown .... .. .. ....... 100 of swtt of swtt of swtt..... .... u 26 5 D L Morgan ....... 44 sufficient. Rye or wheat soaked well
nw% cf nwtt in Putnam County... 28 11 24 40 R R Call.. .. .. .......... 143 lots ( and 7 private survey of nwtt wines fed
In high or strong whisky,
of .. ...... .. .. ................ 22
nH of nwtt in Putnam County..... 29 11 24 80 C M Hewlett .. .......... 172' nwtt 12 26 W-S ,H & G H Pollock. .. 88 '
sett of ne% In Putnam County ...... 29 11 24 40 Mrs E P Moody ..... ..... 100w II part nwtt of nett.. ...... ........ ...... 22 12 26 3 Chas Robinson 68 occasionally, is also said to be a good

% of nwtt and swtt .......... ........ 5 11 25 240 F Q Brown .... .......... 384 part of nw% of nett ...... .... ........ 23 12 26 13 Sebe Lyttle 143
nett and eH of sea ..... ........... 6 11 25 240 Florida Commercial Co.. 3 84 I lot 13 KIrby subdivision sections 22 preventive.
w% ..... ...... .... .............. ..... 6 11 25sett 320: Unknown ... ... ........ 456 and 37. ... .. .. ... ............... 12 26 4 John Stewart ... ... .. l so
....... .... .......... ...... ........ 7 11 25 160.J E Sherrouse . ...... 267 I' lot 17 KIrby sub-division sections 22 No. 3.-Blue mass and cayenne pepper
5 acres In nett of swtt ......... .... .. .. 7 11 25 5 Unknown .. .. . ....... 44 .i and 37 ... .... ..... .............. 12 26 5 Henry Wiggins 130 each one ounce and a teaspoonful -
sett of wtt ...... .............. ...... 8 11 25 40 Florida Commercial Co.. 87 lot 18 KIrby subdivision sections 22 ,
swtt of swtt ....... .... ..... .. 17 11 25 40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... S7 and 37. .. ... ...... ...... ... ........ 12 26 6 William Sanchex ..' ... 130 of laudanum, well mixed and made
n% of swtt .... ...... ... ... ... ..... .. 17 11 25 8O.J E Graham .... ........ 243 I i lot 19 KIrby subdivision sections 22
sett of nwtt and n% of nett .......... 18 11 25 120 J E Sherrouse .... ....... 315 t; and 37 ..... ...... ............ ...... 12 26 5 Polly Stewart ... ... .... 117 Into pills of ordinary size. Give one
e% of ae% .. ..... .. ......... ... ..... 13 11 25 80 Florida Commercial Co.. 143 I lot 3 prvate survey ...... ............ 22 12 26 5 John Owen .... .... .... 44 pill every hour until the purging ceas-
nett of nett .... ? ...... ......... .. 19 11 25 lots 1 2 and n% of lot 3 .............. 28 11 25 193 Florida Commercial Co.. 315 nett of awl nH of sett of nw% .. .... 23 13 26 60 Eliza Stud wen ... ...... 143 es. Also a teaspoonful of brandy
'sH of swtt sw% of .e% .... ............ 29 11 25 120 Unknown :.. .... ........ 200 I n% of lIe% of nettnwtt .... .... ............ 23 12 28 S S V LaBree .... .......... 100 and evening.
1% and nwtt less lots 151617 and 18 I of sett of se<44 ....... ......... 23 12 26 10 Martin La Bree .... ...... 87 morning
and say of swtt of nett .... ........ 30 11 25 470W H Whetstone. ........ 769 ne% of sett of eIM! ... ................ 23 12 26 10 Mrs A E LaBree .... .... 87 No. Cayenne and prepared -
nH of ee3i and n% of sett of sett .... 31 11 25 100 J W Pinner. .. ......... 172 I swtt of nett and sH of sett of nwtt .. 24 12 26 50 S.J Hogg ..... .... .... 143 pepper
lot 32 ....... .. .. ...... ................ 33 11 25 7H W A Wilson ... .......... 4 lid swtt of nwtt and nH of sett of nwtt 24 12 26 6O.J S McKenzie ..... .,..;.-ll3 chalk, each two parts; pulverized
n% and n% of swtt and swtt of swtt 36 11 25 450 Florida Commercial Co.. 6 67 ne% of swtt ....... .... ...... ........ 24 12 26 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100 charcoal each
eH of oe% of swtt of swtt .. ........ 1 11 26 5 E and H A Brown .... ..1 00 n% of a% of swtt of swttnV .... ...... .. 24 12 26 10 M Archibald ... .... .... 68 gentian and pulverized ,
eH of lot 7 and nett of lot 10 ...... .. 2 11 26 30 S E Smith .. .. .......... 172 of sH of nwtt of swtt book 35 p one part (measurement, not weight;)
sett of lot 10 ... ..... ... ............ 2 11 2C 10 C B Moore .. ... ........ 143 I 1 & .. ... ...... .............. 24 12 26 10.J C Greeley '". ... ...... 130e
ne% of set of swtt ...... ............ 2 11 26 10 T F Strobe . ....... .:. 100 15 acres of nett of ne% and ett of mix well together and form a paste ,
nett of swtt of sett ...... ........ .. 2.11 26 10 S H Fales '". ... ... .... 172 e% of nwtt of nwtteH ...... .......... 25 12 26 20 Lucy J Tucker .. ... ... 315 with either lard or sheep suet. Givea
lot J and n 16 acres of lot 4 book 13 I of sett of nw% ... ... ... ....... 25 12 26 20 C M Sammist .... ...... 100 *
lof/fls t 11 26 66 Unknown ... .. ... ..... 345 I wH of sett of nwtt ... .............. 25: 12 26 20 John Wingate .... .... .. 100 pill the size of a comomn marbleonce
4 Teas 10 acres and i'b t 2 acres in se corner of nwtt of nwttwH 25 12 26 2 J A Austin .... .... ...... 100

457 .... .... .......... ...... 4 11 28 139 Wm Stokes & Son ..... S 45 I I of .e% ... .... .. .......... ......... 25 12 26 80 E II Stearns ...... ...... 143 a day and keep In a warm and
part of sett ....... .... ........ 11 11 26 15 C V Metcalf .... ..... ... 100 : lot 1 LIndley subdivision .. .. ...... 26 12 26 7 Mrs M A Scott .... ...... 881 dry place 48 hours.
sett of sett ...... ..... .............. 11 11 26 40 '8 J Reynolds .. ... .. 100 I lot 2 Llndley sub-dlv ... ... .......... 28 12 26 4 Miss E W Varnum ...... 739
part nw% of sett ... ...... .......... 11 11 26 5 S E Metcalf ... .... :. ... 243 I sH of ee% and sH of n% of ee%... ... 26 12 26 120 Alfred Rodd .... .... .... 243 No. 5.-Carbolic acid, one drachm;
n% of nett of nett of swtt and s 3-10 I n 15 acres of lot 2 e of river .... .... 26 12 26 15 J C Greeley .... .......... 243 mix
of fIe% of fIe% of nwtt ... ... ...... 13 11 8 W S Loft ... .. ... ... 130 I commencing at sw corner of Austin glycerine one ounce; thoroughly,
.% of nett of ne% of swtt ............ 13 11 26 5 L C Thomas.. ..... .... 87 land s 2.37 chains e 14.80 n 8.39 adding one quart of water. Of this
a% of e 1.3 of sH of nett f swtt ...... 13 11 2631-3 R H Crosby ..... ..... 68 I chains w 3.48 chains s 5.99 chains
n% of e 1-3 of e% of nett of swtt...... 13 11 %6 31.3 J B Boland .... .... . 58 commend g part lot 3 ... ........ 26 12 26 SAW Farnum ... ... ..... 2 82 solution use two tablespoonfuls to a
nett of nett . .. ... ............. 14 11 ?6 40 James Bedle .. ............ 100 4, at Austins land e 14.20 gallon of water allowing the fowl access
fraction w of St Johns River ........ 17 11 26 11-3 Unknown .... .... .... .. 68 I chains s 2.28 chains w 15.94 chains
lots 4 and 5 in ne'. .. .... ............ 21 11 26 20 Otis Jones .....<.. i 00 1 n 2.32 chains commencing 34.23 to no other water.
lot 1 ..... . ... .. .. ........ .......... 22 11 28 26tt Graham & "calhoun2fi ... .. 4 5g chains n of se corner of swtt w
eH of swtt of swtt of aw% 22 11 26 6 Sophia Meeks".T ...... 243 I 15.%% chains: ne 5.28 chains e 15.45chains The fountains and feed boxes
part lot 2 ? 22 11 26 'Mra.J P Whitney ..... .. l 00 s 5.77 chains part lots 3 and
e% of sett of nett of lIe%. 22 11 26 5 Lula Dotson ... .......... 87 I 4 e., of river . .... .. .......... 26 12 26 12H C M S&mmist ... ..... 2 62 should be disinfected with'carbolate

w part lot 4< .231316 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
swtt lees 13 acres to Marsh & ]barnett part eH of swtt of nett book 31 p 331 28 12 26 2tt H B BchlHas ... ... .....'. 143
23 11 26 145 William Lee .. .. . 600 i nw% of sett of nwttntt ... .......... 28 1%' 26 10 0 L Thomas .... ........ 100 must be kept cool plenty of shade
e% of nwtt of sett of swtt 23 11 26 S.Jno Harnett ... ......... 100 i I of swtt of nwtt .. ..... ........ 28 12 26 10 W C Roy .... .... .......4 243 and the free of
lot 5 block 23 Sisco ..' 21 11 26 2% L H Lovering ... .....*. l CO I 10 acres of n% of settwH .... ........ .... 28 12 26 10 Norwalk Muck Co... .... 100 provided use green
w% of eH of nett and eH of w% of of JJe% of swtt eH of swtt of sett food indulged in, for those not attacked. -
nett ... 25 11 26 8Olrel F McClure .. .. .. 414 I and sett of sett less 2H acres .... .. 25 12 26 96 N L Owen .... .............. 486
'1)e4 of swtt swtt of sett and e% of eH of nwtt of nett of nett .. .. ...*... 29 12 26 5 H L Thomas .. .... .... 87 No food or water with the exception -
sett of swttX. 25 11 26 100 E S Robinson .. ..... 4 86 eH of wH of sera of nettnett ... ... ...... 29 US 10 S H Hurtis .... .......... 87 of soft or moistened wheat breadin
.w% of swtt 20: 11 26 40 W C Barren .. ......... 100w of nett of nwtt and nett of nettsett
% of swtt of swtt of nwtt 26 11 26 'Jol M Harris ... ... ...... 543. of ne nwy tt of nwtt of nett warm milk is needed for the diseased -
s 12-15 of e 6of sH of swtt of nwtt 20 11 26 12 Joseph Wells ...... ...... 243 and wH of of nw% of nett--- 29 12 26 27 W C Roy.. ... .......... 727 birds. Southern Merchant and
in sw corner of swtt of nwtt 26 11 26 6 Thompson & Dickerson.. 73 eH of nw% of nwtt of nett w% of -
w% of swtt otnwtt 2'i 11 26 20 Florida Finance Co.. ... 53 nwtt of nett of nett and sH of sett ;Fanner.
s H of n% of nwtt of nwtt 27 11 26 10 E Griffin .. ...... ........ J 15 of sett of nwttwH .. .. ........ .... 29 12 26 15 A J Hannenon ... ....... 110
In e part of e% f ae tt of nett 27 11 26 3 H ,P B Thompson .... ... 73 of e% of ne% of lIe% .. .. .. .... 29 12 26 10 Unknown .. .. ... ........ 87
n% lot 1 32 11 26 30 Unknown. .... ........ .. 87 nwtt of swtt of nwttwH .... ........ 30 12 26 10 D O Staley .. ... ........ 172
s% of lot 1 34 11 ze 20 Mrs Kate Pemberton ... 100 of swtt of sett of nw% .... .... 30 12 26 6 W W Hathaway... .... 87
lIe% of nett wtt of nwtt of nett and I nH of swtt of swtt of sw% .......... 30 12 26 6 T W D Washburn .... .. 87 Choice Recipes.
nH of aeof nwtt of nett and eH I I n% Of nett of swtt of 8W% .... ...... 30 12 26 600 Parker .. .. .......... 87
of swtt of nett nH of sett of nett 1% of nett of ewtt of swttnett .......... 30 12 26 5 W P Bradstreet ............ n When making a collection of recipes
less 2H 'cres: nw% of sett of .e% onett of sett .... ... .... 30 12 26 10 Johnson & Stephenson. 2 43
of nett 34 11 26 95 Mrs E Gaston ... ... .... 4 35 I 4 acres of nH of nett of. nett and which various cooks called their
sett of nett :3510 >> 11 26 40 W C Barren .... .... .... 200 sett of nwtt of ne% less 5 acres and I Included furnished
w (- of nwtt of nwtt of swtt 35 11 26 6 Alex Fortln ...... ... 68 e% of swtt of nettsett .. ........ ...... 31 12 28 39 G A Downing ... ......... 1 80 "best one by

w% of nwtt 36 11 IS 80 W C Barron ........ ...... 466H \ of nwtt of nwtt .... .... ......' ... 31 12 28 10 J A Remolds ........ .... 2 43 an old Virginia cook. The old "'Aun.ty"
w% of IIW% of nwtt of sett nwtt of e% of sett of nwttnett .... .. .............. 31 12 26 20 F A W..llams .. .......... 87 called them Chessle-cakes and
nett of eels ..35eH 11 26 15 A Curtis ... ..... 103 of nwttsH ... .... ........ ........ 32 12 28 40 Abbie A Hutchinson .... 172 u
of nwU of sett. 36 11 26 20 Florida Finance Co...... 68 of nett sett of nwtt and nett of such I pan along the recipe.

part J M Hernandes grant w St swtt . . .. ... ..... ..... ...... 32 12 26 160 Whitney & Knight. ...... 315S3
Johns 37 11 26 20 A J Smith ... .. ... ..... 88 n% of nwtt ... .... ............ ... 12 26 80 Unknown ... .... ........ 172 Line patty-pans with a rich piecrust
part J M Heruandes grant w St C e% of sea; nett of nwtt and swtt of

Johns 37 11 26 7H J H Smith ... ... ... .... 173 swtt .... ..... ........ .... 34 12 26 160 Unknown ... ... ..... :345 and fill with a mixture made
part J M Hernandes grant book :space in ew corner government lot 6...... 35 1IS 1 E H Sterns .... .......... 87 with one butter two brown
694 39 11 26 23 G S & J T Thompson ... 10 53 wtt of nwtt ...... .... ... ..... ........ 36 12 26 80 E H Sterns ...... .... 172 cup cups
part J M Hernandes grant Book R part II S Dexter grant .... .......... 27 12 26 70 Wright .. .... ......:.11 n sugar, yolks of six eggs and the whileof
page 203 39 11 26 26 Ida B Harris ... ... ..... 6 27 part H S Dexter grantpart .............. 37 12 26 20 Chas Nash. .... ...... .. 115 of
part J M Hernandes grant SS 11 26 40 Harris & Henlon .. ...... 142 D Acosta grant .... ............ 38 12S 154 Wright & Stearns ........ 21 57 one, one-half teaspoonful water.
part J M Hernandes artist .......... zt 11 26 19H Fred P Allen ...... ...... l 72 part D Acoftfa grant book 13 p 472.. 3* 12 26 14 E H Sterns ... ... ...... 597 Flavor with a dash of nutmeg. Bake
s 175 acres of Broward grant ........ 40 11 26 175 Unknown ...... .. ...... 466 sH of lots 1617111. .. ... ... ... ....... 40 12 28 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 87
lot 1 ... .... ..... ...... .......... B 11 27 75 Unknown . ... .. ..... 14* lot 1 block 20... '". .. ... .. ....... 40 12 26 Mira N Mitchell.. ...... 1 72 slowly.A .
lot 1... .. .. .. ... ... ... ... ...... 7 11 27 28tt Unknown. .. .. ........ f"j n of M Mitchell Trtay grant book J
lot 2 .. f 11 27 S3 Unknown .-.. n p 42 .. .. . .. ... ............ 40 12 26 13 M E Parkinson ... ... .. 302 Swiss cook gave me two recipesfor
lot < : :::: ::: ::.: : :::.::::::.. :::::::::: 9 U 27 25 Unknwn .: ::." : ..:::::... ST lots 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 and 20 block 24 what she called "Spice-nuts." The

lot 1 .... ... .. .. .. .. .............. 1. 11 n 39.J C Greeley ... ... ....... .7 Try grant. .. ... ... ... .... 40 1:6 150 E Studwell ... ... ........ 273
sH of lot 2 and a....... ................ 27 11 27 68 E S Robinson .... ........ 143 lots 13 3 block 36 may grant ..... 40 12 26 4 E Stndwetl ... ... ....... 74 :first was made as follows: Beat four

nH of swtt of nwtt .. ...... .... ...... 37 11 27 20 E F Curtis .... .... ...... 100 lots 1 and 3 block 25 .. .. ........... 40 12 26 12 Geo H StudweU ... ..... 87 thoroughly and then beat with
part% of nwtt book 3 p 3G5 .......... 28 11 27 7.J E Clow .... ........_... 172 lots 1 and 2 block 29 .. ... ... ... .... 40 1:6 20 G II Studwell ... ... ... 115 eggs
ntt Of wtt of nett .... ... ............ 23 11 27 20 Clarence Avery .... ..... i 73 n of Baltic and s of Swain Trtay them two teaspoonfuls cinnamonand

4% acres of lot 1 and s 51-3 acres of grant . .. ... ... ... ... ... 40 12 26 270 J H Knapp ... ... ... .... 911
w% of nwtt" .... .... ........ ........ It 11 27 10 D Mc lardy .. .. .. ..... l soX .e4of ne34. .. .. .. ..... ... ....... 212 27 30V L Brooks ... .._ ...... 315 one of cloves. Add a half poundof
s 26 acres of lot 1 ........ ............ 29 11 27 26 Mrs M l> Slaughter ...... 43 lot 3. . .. . .. ... .......... 3 12 27 40 Greeley' & Barnett ... .. 100n chopped citron and enough flour
I acres of 11% of Jot 1 and 2 6 acres of % of netteH : .. .. .. '". ... ... ...... 3 12 26 tIO.J K Robinson ... ........ 172
s part of w% of nwtt ................ 29 11 27 31 Mrs S A Hlckman ... ... 586 of aw% of swtt of swttswtt .. ....... 3 16 5.J O born ... .. ... ...... 100 to make a dough that can be roled
n 16 1-3 acres. of lot 1 and 49 acres of of strtt of swtt of swtt ......... S 12 26 2H J B HanseU ... .. ...... 58 into thin sheets. Cut into small cakes
w% of nwtt ...... .. .. .......,........ 29 11 27 66 D M Stewart ... ... .... 486 part nwtt of part nH of."U book 10 p 196 .......... 29 11 27 14 H J & J Barlow ......... $97 n% of nwtt of swtt .... .... ..... .. .. a 12 27 %O.J F Wheells .... .... .... 172 and bake.
nwtt of nwtt of se% .... ............ 31 11 27 10 II S OaJcS e% of swtt of nwtt of sett .... .-..... n 11 27 5 H A Curtis .... .......... j apart nwtt of sett ..... ..... ..... ........ 4 12 27 58 Chas Ittman ". ... .... 302 The second recipe was two pounds
swtt of nett oook 14 page U.... 31 11 27 5 Alice North .... ........ 87 part ne% of nwtt book 14 p 128.... 4 12 27 15 0 Barber . .. .. ...... 243
1 wH of swtt of swtt of nwtt .. ...... 32 11 27 5 Baxter Marr ...... ........ 100 w% of nwtt tees 10 acres ... .. .... <4< 13 27 70 Mrs A A Storms ... ...... 34 flour one-half pound 'lard one-half

wH of nwtt of swtt of swtt .......... 32 U 27 $ Geo Hidden .... .......... j 43 sett of nH of swtt ...... .... ........ 4 12 27 10 M E Carter ... .. ....... 100 pound butter, one pint molasses, one
n% of wH ofnwot.w'4.... ....... S 11 Hett 15 L L Harmon.. ... ..... 243 .w% of nw'" of swtt ... ......... 4 12 27 10 Cooler Morrison Mfg Co 87
and n% of stt of lot 1 ...... .... 34 11 27 138 E 8 Robinson .... ........ l 43 e% of swtt and w% of e% of nwtt .... 5 12 27 120 E S Robinson .... ........ 739 ounce cinnamon one-half ounce cloves
lot 1 ... ... .. . ......, ..... 35 11 27 4.60 Mrs C E Shea .. ... .... ? e% of M% of sea .... ... ... ....JT .... 5 12 27 20 C K Hutohlns .... ........ 456 one teaspoonful soda. Cat Into
lots 1t 19 30 S6 40 41 49 M\ 73 and 74.Ellis n 35 acres of e 50 acres of nwtt ..... 6 12 27 35 Mrs R W White .......... 466<<
survey of Broward grant .... ...... 40 U 27 257 PulasU Broward .. .. .. 799 se corner of nwtt ... .......... .... 6 12 27 10 C C Cowperthwatt ." .. 1 72 small cakes like the others. Both
lot 81 Ellis survey Broward grant. 40 11 2710.88 Walter Cameron. .... .. 100 w% of nwtt of nett and nett of sett kinds baked but
that part lot 21 in Putnam county.. $1323 Ulra.l.J 1 .... .. 1 00 of nett" and Doe'4 of sett .... ........ 6 12 27 90 E S Robinson .... .. .. (27 must be quickly an
lots 5 6 7 and 10 .... ....... ........... .6 12 23 165 Hennlng Land & Invt Co 2 85 "e% of nett and tIe% of sett ........ 6 12 27 80 C B Smith .... ...... .... 466 I they burn easily care must be takento
nwtt ...... ... ...... ........ .......... *1 12 25 160 Davts & Grleveson ........ 2 67 10 acres in ne corner of n% of sett .. ''I 12 27 Ij.J C Muramett ............ 100
sH and awls of % .. ... ........... U 12 25 360 Unknown .... .... ........ 45 1% of n% less 12 acres ... .......... ''I 12 27 68 Horace Mlzelle .. .. .... 243 i have the oven at the right tem-
lots 3 4 and s% ant lot i ...... ........ 13 12 25 160 Unknown ... .... ........ 267 2 acres in w% of swtt book 22 p 665.. 1 12 27 2 Eph Williams ... ....... 58
sw34 ........ .."............ 13 13 ZS 160 Plant Investment Co ... 2 57 nett .. .... .. ... .... ..... ........ ''I 12 27 160 C I Rogers '" .. .... ... 11 64 perature.
n% of'nwtt'V. ...... ..... ............ 23 13 25 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 143 ne% of nett less 3 acres .......... .... I 12 27 37 C K Hutchlna .... ...... 100 Eva GalHard in New" England
lot 1 private: nurvey.... ... .. ... .... 24 12:1i!: tt L W Eaton .... ..... ..... 44 part nett of nett book T pm.... 9 12 27 1 Mrs O Kierstadt ... ..... 87 I
lot 2 private survey .. ... .. .. .... 24 1IS % Robt Drody .... .. ..... 44Zfnafi Farmer.
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a good many DESCRIPTION. OWNER. oo DESCRIPTION. OWNER.
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The great mistake is in keeping too of sett of nw% of nwtt .... ... 10 12 27 5wtt W O Smith .... .......... 100 lot 1 :Manning l&ub-d1v Hudna.J
of e% of IW% of nwtt .......... 10 1% 27 10 J R Scorrer .... ........ .. 100w grant ... ... ... ... ... ... ......... 11 13 26 "Mn S E Bartlett .. .. 486
many hens together. It is safe to say % of nett ...... .... .... ...... .... 11 ii n 80 E Bauble ... ... ... ..... 143 lot 8 Manning lub-div lIudna.ll grant 41 13 Z6 15 Leonard Dakin .... ... .. 315"I
that more than sett of nett ....... ............ 11 12 27 40 Unknown .... .. .. ...... 100 .. .. r r..u -.x. i.udnall R: t .:
fifty in any one pen e 8-12 Of n 12-20 of stt Of lot 6.. ......12 12 27 8 E Ames .. ...... .......... 100 book 13 p 470... ... ... ... ... ...... 41 13 26 1 F. II StertS .. .. .. .... .. lO
y too many. The writer has never lot 5 less part to Hubbard and others 12 n 27nwtt 12 Fourth & Dlngwell ... .. 315 Stafford Place lIudnaJl graft .. 4, 13:6 U S 11 Barbour ... ... .... 617aw
of sell n 17 acres of wtt of nett cor of Dyke Place lJudoa.11 grant 41 13 26 2 0 A La lli'ee Est ... 81
o nor heard of as many as 200 hens of Be% and n 7\& acres of sett of I adjoinIng 118 cor IOf Gardner grant In

being kept on one farm nett of sett less 10 acre to RosaE Hudnall grant ... . .. .... U 13 26 3 Joseph HlcD .. .. ...... 202
any although Chamberlain . .. ... ...... .... 13 12 27 65 Mrs R A Gautlernett ... ... .. 262 i part lIudnall grant book t p 382..... 41 13 25 1',4 Pat Dwyer .. .. .. ...... 171nw34
there are a good many places wherert'guar e 9tt acres of e Id acres of nwtt of ot n& .. .... ... ... ... ... Z 13 27 40 T W Townsend ... ... .. 100
net .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... ... ... 13 12 27 9tt M C Mayer ... .... 130 I Iota a 4 Ii I 8 Towles .ub-dlv..... ... 7 13 n 4S Johnson & Stephenw"1 .. 1164

poultry breeders keep more 1% of nett of nett of sett ... ..... ... 13 12 27 SAC Lovelace .... ........ 100 lots t and 10 1'owle. IUb-d1V ....... 7 13 n 20 MiM E W Varnucn .. 171
than this on apiece of land much I ( acres In sw corner of nett of ee%. 14 12 27 C Sump Solomon .. .. .. 100 ey of lot 5. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 7 13 27 11) 8 R 1rIa.cJdnson .. .. ... 100
nett of nett of sett .. .... ........ .. 14 12 27 10 Mrs A W McKinney. .. 100n II 1% of ae34. .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 113 27 80 J C Greeley.. ... ... .... 143
smaller than the average farm. % of nett of sell less 1 acre ..... .,... 14 12 27 9 W R Saunders ............ 172 nw34 of awl.. .... .. .. ..... ........ 11 13 27 40 3 C Robinson ... ... ..... rnw3Z
nwtt of nett. .. ... ... ... ....... 14 12 2? 40 W A Rawls .. ........ .. 100 and se% of sw'i... ... ......... U 13 n 200 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 315
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acre contains 160 square rod. of swtt of sett of nett 14 12 27 6ttMrs Ruth Bacon .. ...... ne34 of M%... ... .. ... ... ......... 11 13 27 40 J A Braddock ... ... ... 3.34
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w 6tt acres 2
43 .. .. ... ... ......... 16 13 27 160 C B Smith ... ... ...... 2 43ne34
If this n ... 14 lot 1... .. .. .
of 12 27
divided into lots each con- e 3% acres of a tt of sett De% 3% H C Ide ...... ......... ... 315
of lot I. 11 13 27 40 Thos Shelley En ... .... rat
taining twenty square rods there .... .. .. .. ? ....... ... 15 12 27 160 J F Wheells ... .... .. .. 257 ) 5. .. ... ... ... ... ... ............. II 13 27 160 Fessenden It Todd .. .... 2 43aw34

w% of nwtt of nett of Bwtt and part IOf lot 1. .. ... .. .. ... ......... 11 13 27 40 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100
will be lots. Put book 18 128 .. ... 15 12 27 14 J E .
eight hens into of nett Of swtt Starr ... ..... ... ...
fifty p 345
and lot 3...... ... .. ... ... ... ........ 11 13 27 64 Unknown .. ... ... ... ... 100
each alternative lot and there will be s% of nwtt of nwtt of nw%... ... n..%. 15 12 27 Mrs Iota 1 and 4.. ... ..... ... ... ....... 11 13 f7 80 Unknown ... .. ... ... IZ
of of of 10 E M Pierce ... .
Bwtt nwtt nwttswtt .. ... 117
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200 hens to the acre, and the man who of swtt 40 J and II J Barlow.. .. 100 part tot 5... ... ... ... ... ............ Ii 13 28 10 T B Shirley ... ... ...... 100
.. ..
keeps them to the limit of D% of nett of nett of nett ..... .. 16 12 27 5 Unknown .... .... ........ 68 part lot I... ... .. ... ... ... .. ...... I 13 28 3 Unknown .. ... ..... tA
up production 11% of 1Ie% of 1M% of nettstt ........ .... 16 12 27 5 J W Hays ...... .......... 58 lot U.. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... 15 13 28 34 W H Gaaktni ... ... ... 172sw
will do very well indeed. The of sett of nett of nettswtt ..... .... 16 12 27 6 George Hill .. .... .... .. 58 % of lot I and n% of ne% of.lot a.. 6 13 28 15 D L G&ulden ... ... .... 172
of setts .. ... ...... ........ ...... 16 12 27 40 J C Greeley ...... ........ 100 n% of nw34 of lot 3... ... ... ........ 6 13 28 5 E E lI07t ... .. ... ..... 53a34ofrie44of
only way this could be done would be 22 acres of Be% of nw% .. ...... 16 12 27 22 E L Bugby .... .......... 100 lot4e.ndn15.20Mlot

to plow the empty lots and sow in ..wtt of nett of nwtt. .............. 17 12 27 10 J R Taylor ... ... ........ 143 1 and lot 12... ... ... ... ... ... ..... 6 13 28 60 W V Spencer ... ... ..... 273
t 15 acres of n% of swtt of swtt" .. 17 12 27 15 J R Taylor. .... ... .... 172 lot 5 teas IS acres ... ... ... ......... 6 13 28 34 0 F Braddock. .. ...... 143

them some quick-growing forage n 15 acres nwtt of nettsett .............. 17 12 27 fc G W GllchriBt .. ......... 100 85.10 of e% of lot 10... ... ... ........ IS 13 28 5 J C Da7mond ... .... ... 44
of ne% of nett e 12tt acres of stt uSk of lot 11... ... ... ... ... ......... 3 13 28 20 Miea H C Bra.ddock .. .. 100a
crop--that is forage for hens. Thereis of nw%. of nett and e 2tt acres of of lot U... ... ... ... ... ......... I 13 28 20 J A Braddock ... ....... 143

nothing better than lettuce for this nw%. of nwtt o: nett.. ... ... '". 17 12 27 25 Chas Hitchcock ... .. 232 n of W 24 acres lOt bt 4... .......... '7 13 29 12 II C Braddock ... ........ 17.
11% of nesei4 and stt of sell of ne of ne34... ... ... ... ... .........' I 13 28 40 T N Gautier ... ... .... 81

purpose. It rows quicker than almost aw34 .. . .. ...... .... .......... 17 12 27 260 S S Neck ... ... ......... 384 w% of lot 1 and lot 2.. ... ... ........ 1 12 28 68 J J Kelly ... ... ...... 315nw34

any other thing and fowls of all wtt of nwtt of nett.. ... .. 17 12 27 20 Fla Finance Co.. ... .... 87 of awY ... ... ... .._ ... ... ... 1 13 28 40 Jenktna Ie Baker ..... ... 200e
D% of nwtt less 21 acre ..... 18 12 27 59.1 A Brent '" ... ....... 213 % of lot 1... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 8 13 28 22 Unknown .. ... ... ..... 173
kind ore very lund of it. part ee tt of nwtt of nwtt book 3 p w% of lot 4... ... ... ... ... ......... 9 13 28 34 3 W Mau11 ... ... ........ 11

As ', 437.. . ... .. ... ... ... IS 12 27 7 James SmaU ... ... ...... 130 1 acre In lot S.. .... ... ... ... ...... 9 13 28 1 Mn Grimsley.. ... ..... 44
soon as i I. lettuce is well start- 4 acres in eel of ee%.. ... ... 19 12 27 4 Mrs F E Dean .. ....... 87 lot C. n 13 28 20 Johnson It Green1e&t.... 58

ed, but the hens on these lots and at nett of nett of nett.. 20 12 27 10 Geo E Adams ... ... .... 384 lot 1. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ....... 11 13 28 60 J A Braddock ... ... .... 6117
w% of nett of m% and sett of nett Jot 2.. .. .... ... ... ... ...... ... 11 13 28 50 'E R McKean ... ... ..... 100
once ow the others. This rotation lesa 10 acres ntt of nw1' w 29 water lot bounded w b7 Water

kept would acres of sett of nwtt.. 20 12 27 169 S 8 Neck ... ... ... .. ... a 75 street a by n line ot Adams street '
constantly going keep the swtt of sett of swtt... ... 20 12 27 10 D M Kirby. ... ... ... .. 343 n by Lucas e by river PaJa.tka.... M H Dalton ... ... ..... InDe
,, ground fresh all the time besides furnishing ett of nett of nett... .. ... ... .... .. 20 12 27 10 W S Cushman .. .... ... 87 cor lot 1 (6Ox40ft) block 1 PaJatka Josephine Allen .. .. .... 3S 10
Doe%. of sett of nett ... ... .. 20 12 27 10 L Merryneld .. .. .. ...... 57 one-baJf: 1nt 1n block 3 P&latka....... First Unlversa.lJst Societyof -
green feed for the fowls. nw% of nett swtt of nett less 18 Rochester NT... C 13

acres and n% of swtt of ne%... .... 20 12 27 60 J E Marshall .. .. ...... 315 one-h'a1f Int In block 3 Palatka....... Mrs C T Han ... ........ 4283
Besides the green feed great care 8 4 acres of nett of nwtt and nwtt of lot I block 10 Palatka................. J 11 Warren ... ... ...... .1111U
must be taken about the houses that Be%. of nwtt .. ... ... ... 21 12 27 14 Geo Altree ... ... ...... 130 part lot 1 (36 I-WOO ft) block 12
ne% of nwtt of nwtt.... 21 12 27nett 10 J E Starr ... ... .. ...... 172 PaJatka ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... C A McLarty ... ......... 2612all

they are kept perftcely clean and of nwtt, and 35 acres of awls of unsold parts block 15 Palatka.: .... Mrs M ShelJy ... ... ...... $690
about the diet of the hens that sell and wtt of De tt of sett D% 1 all unsold parts block 11 Palatka.... Mrs M Shel1y ... ........ 1373w
theyare of nett of nett of sell.. .... 21 12 27 90 J D Bartine ... ... ...... 232 % of lot 4 block n P'aJsta: ...... F H Purse ... ... ........ 384
fed properly varying grain with .% of swtt Of self.. 21 12 27 20 A Vandervort ... ... .... 58 aw cor lot 2 bloc 23 Palatka ....... MM B Moon Eat ... ... 681cental
nwtt of nett of sell. 21 12 27 10 A L Mundy..... .. _..... 58 lot s aide bi ck 32 Pala.tka .. 0 W BromweU ... ...... 172ae
meat feed of some kind such as e 43 acres of B% of nett... ... ....... 21 12 27 43 M and I Long .. ... ..... 315 eor lot block 32 Faatka ... ...... Amos: Cook ... ... ... .. S 14
ground meat fresh cut bones, etc. e% of nwttof/ swtt of Be%... n 12 27 5 E Goetz .. ... ... ....... 44 e% of lot 2 book 10 P 615 block 33Palatka

nett of IW%... ... .. .. .n 12 27 40 Unknown ... ... .. ..... 173 .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... Edmond Sheppard ... ... 2 on
Lime in the shape of crushed limestone lot 1 block 35 Huntington ... ... .... 22 12 27 Fla Finance Co .. ... ... 315 nw cor of tot 1 block 31 PaJa.tka.... Foster Ie Shiver .. .. ... 311

sea or oyster shells should also sea4 of sw% of ... 22 12 27 10 Sump Solomon ... ... ... 100 w part lot a block U Palatka .. .... 3 MeuM ... ... ... ..... 115
nett of sell and wtt of sett of sett nw cor lot 1 block 36 PaJa.tka......... Henry Small .. .. ....... S 84
be a part of the diet. of sett.. .. .. .. ...... ......... 22 12 27 60 Unknown ... ... ... .... 202 part oe% of lot S 8t Jacobs Hall block

lot 7 'block 37 Huntington ... ......... 22 12 27 Mrs Lula Smith ... ... ... 100e 36 Palatka .. .. ... ... ... ........ St Jacobs Hal ... ....... 172
liens confined in close quarters are % of nett. .. .. ... ... ... 23 12 27s 80 Joe Braddock ... ... .... 597 e% of lot 4 block 31 Palatkaa ......... D F Buky.. ... .. ....... B1p6rt

liable to fal into vices through idlenessand IS acres of sett of nett of eett.. .. 23 12 27 IS Fred Nolan .. ... ....... 73 I lot 1 block S8 Palatka ... ..... C C Hayword... ... ...... 466lie
ntt of nw% of nw%.. ... .. ....? ... 24 12 27 20 F T Rutherford .. .. ... l no part lot 2 block U PaJatka...... 11 C Loomis ... ... ...... 100
lacK of proper feed to supply all stt of nett of sett of swtt and stt of 134 of lot IS SOx15Oft) block 44 Palatka -

their DW% of swtt. of le%.. ... ... ........ 24 12 27 10 Lee Nutting .. ... ...... 345 ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ... ...... Goo 1Mri es ... ... ....... 4 86e
needs. They learn to eat eggs, in .w cor of sett of sett. ........... 25 12 27 Adam Pruden ... ... .... 143 % of wK of tat 2 block 49 PaJ.a.tk&. M F Dean ... ... ........ 1164
a habit which once fixed will about Itt acres of sett of sett book 31 p 125 25 12 27 1% L Thomas ... ... ... .... 12 lot 2 block 51 Pa1atka ... ...... Chas Rivers ... ... ... ... 617
lot 5 block 65 Palatka ... ... ...... J R ... ... ........ 111
: Taylor
......... 25
nof sell of nett of le%. 12 27 S Jesse Ross ... ... ... ..... 2 <3
ruin flock and learn cent 1-3 of lot 5 block 51 Palatka .... Masonic Hall ... ... ..... .15
any they to pull ....... ..... 25
ett of sett of noe% of eett 12 27 2tt C Johnson .. ... ... ..... 1 73
cent lot side block 68 Pa.la.tk&... H M Evans .. .. ........ J 43
... ... .... w
26
feathers from each other, and this is stt of nw i of nwtt '" 12 27 20 Lovelace Bros... ... ... 243
.... .
of lot 5 block 63 l'ala.tlta.... Christian UntOJ1 Hall... 617
.... .. ........ e%
nwtt of sell of sett 26 12 27 10 S A Lowry .. ... ........ 100w
something that curtails the production % of nwtt less 7 acres to Judd and lot 1 block 66 Pa1a.tka ... ... ........ I W Purcell ... .. .... ... III
of ell of sett of De% less to Horrntt .... 27 12 27 90 Mrs Mary Robinson .. .. 486 lot 1 block 17 PaJatka ... ... ......... R B lIcL .ul'hUnJI&I"d'n 456
eggs, prevents the fowls from of sett sett of eels nwtt of ewe lot 2 block 17 PaJa.tka. .. ...... Fred Rivera ... ... ...... 111n34

bet'amlng fat enough for market and and 5 acres in nwtt of ne%... .. 27 12 27 165 Unknown .. ... ... ...... 345 of lot 1 block 68 Palatka... on P and J Rivers.. ........ 114
ett of nett lees 6% acres ... ... ..... W 12 27 33tt Mrs M J Robinson ... ... 100 I Ie s% of lot 1 block 68 PaJatka ......... W H Jefferson ... ... ... 300n

makes them unseemly to look at, % of sett,. .. ... ... ... ... a 12 27 80 Unknown ... ... ... 172 part lot 2 block 68 Pa1a.tka. ... ... Boyd &; Jeffenon ... .... 315a
lot 2 block 68 Pal.1tka ... ..... 3 F ... ... .... .. .
part Boyd .. "Na
and .. ... .. Horton
very difficult if not impossible to w 14 acre of swtt of nwtt 29 12 27 14 C F ... .._ ....... 172
7 chain of of % of lot 5 bock 68 Palatka ......... W Hampton 'Eat.. ... .. 243
cure without considerable expense.It com 9S8 feet 429 e feet BW a 9S8 cor feet w nwtt 429 e* of lot 4 block 68 Pa1a.tka ......... Unknown ... ... ... ..... 2 43w3

n feet book e 29 p 341...... .. 29 12 27 9% C J Patch ... ... .. .... 160e of lot 3 block 69 Palatka.......... M 'P Roundtree .. .. .... 343
would require all one man's timeto % of DW% of ne%... ... ... ... 29 12 27Btt 20 J R Tysen ... ... .. .... ft n% of lot 6 block 69 PaJa.tka ......... W H Berry Eat ... ... ... 243
of n% of a% of nwtt of .wtt.... 29 12 27 5 J Saulsbury Sr.. .. ..... 100a e 1-3' lot 6 block n Paa.tk& ... ...... 0 W Nichols ... ... ..... 243
take care of an acre of hens where % of nwtt of Bwtt... 29: 12 27nwtt 10 J Saulsbury Jr... ... .... 17t lot 10 block 71 P8.1atka. ... ... ...... Amelia MOIeey ... _.. ... 173

tiO ... ... ........ 29 n% lot U block 71 Palatka ... ... .. E S ... ....... 1 'Z2
of .. 12 27 D M
many were kept and the profits of nett nwtt 10 Kirby.. ... ... ... 456 1',4 lot 11 block n P&l.a.tka ... ... ..... 3 H eDickinson ... ... ... 172aU
would w 15 acres of nwtt of ne34..0 12 27ett 15 Mary J Smith. ... ..... 143 block 72 PaJa.tk ... ... ... .. .
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not be over $jW for a year, un- of 23 of ... H Cole tru/te... ..... 697
nett
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Bwtt w 1-3 of tot 1 block 13 Palatka ... .. Ed .
KcRa.e... ....... .... 17
25 of of nwtt .. :50 12 27 40 J M .. .. ...... 627
less he had facilitiesfor acres nett Jennings nw block 14 Palatka ..... ..
very exceptional of of corner : J A CoI7er .... .......... 111

marketing his n 13 acre... ..of...e. .25..acres we% W 1227 13 J D Bartine ... ., ...... 202 central lot w side block 71 Paatka .. Jack Moore .. ... ... .... 172
eggs. nw 34 lot ....
29 block 80 Pa.la.tka .... ...... Alice Stanford .... ........ 171e
comm 1080 feet n of nw cor of see e %-3 block 85 Pa1a.Uta ........ ........ Unknown ...... ...... .... 115
If chickens were to ,be raised' for 1815 feet s 720 feet w 1815 feet n 720 all block 81 Palatka ...... .... ......
J B Henion ... ... ........ 100
feet ... ... ... .. ... .. *0! 12 27 30 Unknown ... ... ... .... S16 .
market more land would be requIredor tot 14 Kirby sub-dlr 1% of DW%.... 31 13 27 5 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 58 n 1-3 of block. Pa1a.tka .... .......... F Q Brown 'fru.t.ee ...... 5tall
block 97 Palatka ... ...... ........ F Q Brown Truatee ...... 100
less 4 U 12 27 154 F Q Brown ... .. ....... 315
expensive building must be erected eJ4 all block 104 PaJa.tka .... .... .... W F
of of nett.. U 12 27 20 Davis Washington ... .. 100 .. Forward ...... ...... 44aU
w% swl4
block 106 Palatka .......... ......
but the profits much .. S3 27 20 .. TWit C 3 Llchtenburc 44
are larger thanwhere ntt of nett of swtt 12 H C S Flnley.. 100
ett of sett and sett of'nett. 15 12 27 100 Mrs J L Burton .. ...... 241 all blocks US US and 111 Pa1a1Jtl. .... T W .t C J Llcbtenburc 17
the hens are kept for eggs. Btt of ntt of nett of nett 35 13 27 10 L R Johnson ... ... ...... 1 it all blocks ts and 16 Palatka ..7..... T W & C 3 Llchtenburg U
lot 12 block 153 Pa1a.tka ........ ...... John Gorman .... ........ 384
The poultry breeder who is in ec8 (book 35 p 518) 35 3< and..... 37 12 27 3 D R Morrow.. ... ... .. 58 nw comer block 159 Pala.tka: .... .... G W Hanlon ...... ........ 172
going ntt of w% of lot 8 Carrier plot book lot 1 block 162 PaJatka .. .. ............ J W Purcell..... ...... 384
into the business with the idea of selling 29 p 98... ... .. ... ... .............. 31 12 27 3.13 I Barker.. .... ... ..... 202 Iota 1 and 2 block 163 Pala.tka ........ G W Sha.pley .... ........ 1164
wtt of e% of nwtt of nwtt and w% fnwtt 344 interest In lot a block 163 Palatka Unknown .. .. .... ........ 343
eggs at market prices must give of nwtt e of railroad book 13 p
t 729 book 13 p 402swtt .. ... ... .......... II 12 27 13 F T Rutherford ... ..... 303ICO W 1-3 of lot I block 163 Pala.tkA ..,. Chas Rivers .... ........ 243
his hens plenty of room or devote too of sett of ee>4. .. ...... .......... 36 12 27 10 T McLane ... ... ..... lots Ii and IS block 164 Palatka ........ Cash Taylor .... ...... .. 3 84a
part lot 3 block 165 Palatka ...... WUliam Griffin .... ...... 100
much time to them. It is easier to e It acres nett of se'4 o' "a U. .....- 3t 12 27 3 Jake Lovell .I72
n part lot 3 block 165 Pa.la.tka ........ Mbo King .... .... ...... 171e4
keep 200 hens where they have the w 2 acres of sett of sett of settnett .... 16 12 27 2 M Slater ... ... .. .. ... 100 of Jot 1 block 117 Palatk& ...... Tim Middieton. .. ...... 173
of sett less 1 acres ... ... .. .. U 12 27 39 Thomas Overstreet ... .. 384 n 1-3 of lot 7 block 117 Palatka ...... R D Hunter ...... .. ...... 200
run of a farm and unlimited range lot 5 Newbold dower plot .. ... ..... 9 12 2S 40 J F Rush ... ... ... ..... 1')0 lot 4 block 170 Pa1a.tka ... .......... WU11a.m Stevens .. ...... 143
lots 2 4 and stt of lot 2.............. 10 12 28 120 J F Rush .. ... ... ...... 172
than it is to keep 100 where they must lot 5 and n% tot 4 less land sold to lot 6 block 170 Pala.tka ........ ........ RoW Jones ...... ........ 143

be Gautler Proa .. .. .. ...... .. IS 12 28 2S Mrs R A Gautier. ..... 921 lot Ii block In Pa1a.tka .... .......... C 110110n .... .. .......... 143
penned op and eared for every part lots 4 and 5 book 16 p 278...... 18 12 28 10 Frank Gautler ... ... ... 3M e 2-3 of lot 10 block In Palatka .... Wash El1a.by .... ........ 173
hour all 175 and 118 PaJatka .. ......... .. 3 B Henion .... ........._ 172
of :
the time. The farm hen if ......
5 book 16 18
lots 4 and pUS. 12 28 10 E B Gautier ... ... ...
part ... 315
all block 177 Palatka. ... .... .. .... Unknown .. .... .......... 58
she has good blood and is given good lots 3 9 23 and 24 Higglnbotham plot 31 12 28 20! H A Cottell .. .. .. .... 100 all block 178 Pa1a.tka ...... .... ...... Unknown .. .... ........... A
... .. .. ........
of 31 12 20 M
tart swtt nw% 28 A Turner ... ... .. ... 173
an blocks In 180 aDd 181 Palatlc& .... William hen .... ..._.... 11
("Ore. will produce $2 worth of eggsin sett. of 'sell of nwtt and part swtt all blocks
182 183 185 18& and
of lot 3... ... .. ... .. ... ... ..... 31 12 28 12 J M Beeley ... ... ... ... 414 1M 181188
a year at a cost of not to exceed of wtt ut swtt of sett of 189 Palatka.... .. .. .... .... .... .... Unknown . .... ........ 202
n 3 acres 7 of of lot 14 block 195 Pal&tka ... ..... .4... Unknown .... ...... ..... 100
:eo cents for feed. The penned-up hen nwtt and acres sett swtt lot 13 block m Pa1a.tka ..... ........ Albert .... ...... 143
Doby
nwtt ... ... ...... ........ 211228 10 J Booth ... ... ... ... .. .. 303
Mill not produce any more eggs and ett of sett of swtt of swtt ... ..... .. 51 12 28 SEE Hoyt ... ... .. ...... 58 lot 2 block 198 Pa1a.tka ............... James Walker: ...... .... .. 172
of sett. .. ... ... ... ... ........... 31 U 28 40 C J M .Capes ... ... ..... 100 lot IS block 198 Palatka ..... .......... M J Truem ... ... ..... 243
her feed will cost pretty close to $1a pert lot III Hlgginbotham. plot book lot 10 block 203 Palatka ... .......... Kareellue PuUen .. ..... 172

and she must 'be with 18 p %0... .. ... .. ..... .. 21 12 28 % Rebecca Busby .. .. .... 88 central lot ne side block 206 F8.1a.tka Alonzo COle ......... .. .. 173
year charged lot 4 and part lot 1 Higginbotham n% of block 247 Palatka .. ............ Unknown .. .... ........ aM
!the time of a man In caring for her plot. ... .. .. .. .. ... ... .... .. 31 12 28 8 E F Ames ... ... ... ..... 173 lots 14 and 15 block 253 PaJatka .. .... J R Baldwin Eat .... .... 313

while her free sister is fed a one of lots 5 and 6. .. ... .. .. ... ..... ..... 32 12 28 80 C J M Capes .. ... .... 173 lot I block 256 Ja.tk& ........ ...... Unknown .... .... .. ..... 100 .
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lot 1 Kirby sub-dlv .. .1 13 26 40 O W B Dakln Eat.. ... 141 lot 8 block 259 Pa1atka .... .... .... T 11 McMann1s ...... ... 213
the incidents of before-breakfast tot 20 and 21 Dakln aub-div ... ...... 1 13:6 12 Joe H Green ... ... ..... 172 Iota t nd 10>> block 259 PalatJca ........ Jno M Wilson ... ... .... 384all
lot 244% Worcester.. ... .. .. ... .. 2 13t6: 6 Chas Seymour .. .. M block 262 and w% block 263 Pa.la.t-
w Unknown ... ... .. ...... 1 73 '
be counted tots 2 and 7 sub-div Govt lot 4. lot lot 10 block 264 Pslatks :::: :::: :::: g ; BromweU .::.:::: :. 243

3 sub-dlv Govt lot 5... ... ...... .. 4 13 26 27 W K Pierce ... ... ... ... 117 lots 10 and U block m Palatka .. .... 3 R Grant Est ... ... ... 172

The to make lot 3 sub-div Govt lot 4... ... ....... 4 13S! 20 K D Pierce ... .. ... .... 172 lots 911 13 block m Palatka .... .... John O'Brien .... ........ 243
opportunity money block 289 Palatka .......... Rachel Queen .... ...... 143
lot S sub-div Govt tot 4... ............ 4 13 26 15 E A Benson ... ... ..... 17 ne corner
.... ... .. ..
easily breeding poultry Is one that lot 4 sub-Hv Govt lot 4, part lot 5subdlv central lot e aide block 289 Palatka S Boyd .. 143

Govt lot S... ... ... ........ 4 13 26 27 Mrs L K Pierce ... ...... 117 lot lOOx15O feet block 289 PaJa.tk& .... F H Towles .... .......... 143
belong to the farmer. The .. .. ... .... ..
peculiarly stt of D% of nett and n 66 acme cf lots and 11 block 296 Palatka .. 3 A Colyer .... 100

man w ho makes a business of it in 1% of sett.. ... ... ". .. ..- 8 13 26 96 C E Sevens .. .... ...... 273 e% block 296 Pa1atka .... ...... ...... 0 W IJromwe1l: ...... ._... 243
tots 2 6 9 11 12 15 22 26 and e% of Iota 1 and 2 block 299 PaJ&tka ...... Mrs E S Brown .......... 18
competition with the farmer must lot 3 and w% lots 6 and 16.. ... 12 13 26 62 G W B Dakin Eat ... ... 13 W2C lot 1 block 279 Palatka ....- _....... E D Thompson .... ...... 100

work honestly and earnestly for all lots 41314 23 and ett of lot B and w% lot 13 black 299 Palatka .. .... ...... H W Vaughn ............ 143
: of lot 3 private survey .. .... ...... 12 13 26 33 Leonard Dakln ... ... .. .I all block SO: and n Palatka. ...... 0 W Bromwell .... ..... I Ie

be gets swtt. of nett.. '" ... ._. ... ....... 13 13 26 40 G W B Dakm Est ... ... 100 part center lot on a aide block m
lot 8 Kirby sub-dlv Drayton Island a 13 26 15 McKonkey Bros .._ ... 315 Palatka .... . ... ...... ... ....... WlllJam Brtdgeworth .. 130
Breeding broilers and capons fortb4" tots 13 and 14 Towles sub-dlv Dray all blocks 33S 339 340 SS1 SS2 and 35S

ton Island ... ... ... ... ... ......... 39 13 26 20 0 M Parker ... ... ...... 769 Palatka ... .... .... .. .... ".... 0 W rornweU .... _..... 10:3 r-
poutn: market is another thing, 1% of tot 16 Towles sub-dlv Drayton lot 2 Harts of Pa1a.tka. Heights Peter Peterman Eat ......14 .>

and has nothing to do with keeping Island .. ... .. ... ... ... ... ...... 33 13S'! 'A A Wnitney ... .,. .... 273 e% of lot 20 piiat gero'a addition to Pa-
adjoining Pelbam Park book: 20 p 22 13 13 26 '.0& latka Heights ...... ... ............ Abbie L Peek ... ... ..... 130w
hear fter the eggs are supplied Kingsley. of lot :0 cn1x11iO ft) and pt of t 1sl
Partner's 39 13 26 5 Michael O'Conner .. .. .. 232 block 21 (U x80 feet) Rogeroa ad !-
Voice. I Frauds Richard grant __ .. .. .... 40 13 26 1060 R G Cole Est ... ... ..... 1443 lion to Pa1a.tka: Heights .... ....._ W C Moore .I60 .


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Jots 18 and 19 block C Youngs add and fringed about the edge.

nwwccorner and 2-3 of block D to Interlachen .. ......... David & Robert Young.. 1 45 Either of these
n* of e* of Henry: Jones ... ... ...... 30 Iota 1 and 2 block D Youngs add to .. would wear indefi
Whites addition to PaJatka.' Heights Interlachen ... ... ... ..W 0 Smith .. ... ....... 273 nitely.
a 79V4 feet of s 9Deet of J9 4 feet of wH .f lot 3 and lots 4 7 8 12 11 13
lot Band lot 4 and n 19 22 23 and 26 block D Youngs add Another pretty tidy for a chairbackis'
60 feet of lot 6 and 11 and lot 13 to Interlachen........ D Young &t ... ... .... 303(
block S Whites addition to Palatka J Cunningham ... ... ... 33: all block E Youngs add to Inter- made of six wheels of ecru linen

height '.. 'to'Pa... lachen ... ... ... ... ... ..D Young Est ... ... ..... 2 11 three at each side and a wide of
lot 2 block S 'Whites'addition J B Jones ... ... ." ... 2 02 blocks II I J K and G less cemetery strip
la.tka II ( hts ........ Youngs add to Interlacben.. D Youag Est ... ... .... 486 satin ribbon between; a silk tassel
lot 11 block a Whites'addlOon to Pa- all block N Youngs add to Inter-
... ... 130
...... .... .... ...... L, C Williams ends the ribbon, doubled under in
latka. IIe1ghts taohen ....... D Young Bet: .. ... ..... ITS .1
lots 1 and 4 block 1.2 Whites add1t1on D B Lewis ... ... ... .... 202 tots 8 to 15 Inclusive block 0 all V and three-inch fringe ends the lower
to Palatka Heights btock P and lots 12 5117 18 nand ,

1-3 block J Whites addition to Pa- .. ..... S *.5 22 btockQ Youngs add to Interl&chen wheel J. W. W.
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latka Heights :Miles Jones ..... D Young Est ... ... ..... 4 K
part Iota 1 and 2-(U3X240' feet) block all block 14 Keuka W li Latlln ... .. ....... 61

10 Harts addition to Palatka Robt Crutchfleld ... ..... 687 lots toad 6 blocks B and C Keuka W H Latlin .. ... ...... 87
Heights ..'.. .... lot 1 block E Keuka C A Rodgers .. .... ..... 87 An Object Lesson.In .

w% of lot S block Ilarts'addiubn.. .. R N Corley ... ... ...... 1 3 warehouse lot 60x50 ft s of depot the State of Tennessee, in Frank-
to Palatka Heights block E Keuka Peter Germond art .. ... 200
lot S block U Harta addition to Palo John Prescott ... ....... 3Latka C) lot 1 block Q Keuka UnknownS ... ... ... ..... 87 lin county, many year ago a numberof
IIef&'hts ." .. lot 12 block E Keuka II Reeves ... ... ... ... 63
4 I 6 T block 1.2 Harts'addlUon E 8 Brown ... ... ........ 17 lot 2 block G Keuka ... ... ... ...B F Bennett. ... ....... 87 iennarn Swiss people bought a
to lot 6 block G Keuka Jno Preseott ... ... .... 68 large quantity of lands that had
fSStfflefff been
Iota Harts'addition S L Cook .. ... ........ 273 lot 4 block H Keuka W II Lattin ... ... ....... 58
to Pa.la.tka Heights ... ... ......... lots 1 and 2 block L Keuka A Collins ... ... ......... M run down by improvident and curt ..
aU block It Harts addition to Palatka ... .., .. ... 14Jaa lots 123 and 4 block 3 Bostwick... Parker & Carroway .. .. 44 less originally
Heights l .; all block 4 and lots 1234 block 6 cultivation. These lands

all block 1 Burts idditiontoPatotka i Burt agt ... .. ... 7Hctttbts 69 Boetwtck .. '.. ... ...... Parker & Carroway .. .. 68 fertile, had( reached such an exhausted -
t"T ..uid it'
.. lot 1 2 S S block Bostwick
all teas Iota T 8 81011 block 2 Burls Jas Burt agt .. ... ..... 667 Parker & Carroway .. .. 44 condition by the cultivationof
addition to Palttka Heights lots 5 7 8 block 25 Bostwick... ....... Parker & Qarrowaye .. .. 73
an less lots U and 12 block 1 Butts W % block 34 Bostwick .. ..0 M Manning ... ... ..... 68 cotton year after year that they
... .. .... 6
addition to Palatka Heights .. ... Jas Burt agt lot 7 block 36 Boetwlc. Wm McIntyre.. ... .... 44 could not be depended upon to grow
Palatkaa"lefsbloti lots 6 and 7 block 37 and
all block 4 Burts addition to .. ... .... 2258 all blocks
Jas Burt agt 38 39 40 and with profit. sold
41 Bostwick Parker & Carroway .. .. 1 30 ,ny crop They were
7'and'g btoclTe Burts'ad- lots 1 and 4block 42 Bostwick .. .. ..
Geo W Brooks 100
to the colonists
.... 567 at
...
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Jas Burt agt pricessryinK
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ditlon to Palatka Heights ... ... lot 19 book 22 p 494 block 1 Bridgeport -

iH block sT.Burt addition to Palatka Jas Burt agt. .. .. ..... :345 A B Webb ... ... .. ..... 2187 from $8 to $15 per acre. Much of the

ni1btock to Paitstk3. lot 95 block 6 Bridgeport Isaac Beatson ... ... .... 87 surfate wan scaraiied with
7 Burts addition Horace Clark ... .. ...1478 lots 14 and 15 block 8 Bridgeport.... C II PaaU ... ... ... .. 111 ; deep gul-
Heights ... ... ... ...... lots 1 and 2 block 21 Bridgeport.... L W Lewack ... .., ..... 2 t3 I u's. The red clover of the soil made
y kM tot 8 block t 'iurt addton Jas Burt egt .. ... ..... tIt tot 2 book 26 p 495 block 24 Bridge-
to Palatka Heights port H H Bedford .. ... .... 173 there gullies appear very unsightly.
all block 10 and s tt block U Butts ..... to lot 8 block 43 Bridgeport Mrs Susie Palmer .. .... 3 IS They blurred The landscape wth;
... ... 8
Jas Burt agt
addition to Palatka Heights ... ... lots 13 14 15 16 (book 23 p 743) block
sH block 12 Butts addition to PatatBufts 47 Bridgeport Edw CoBtek ... ... ..... 202 their sterile appearance and illustrated -
11a: heights .. ... ... ............ Jas Burt agt ... ..: ..... 345 lot 17 18 19 20 book Zip 765 block 47
addition to Palat Bridgeport ... .. ... the effects of the cultivation of
n4 block U Jno Luxmer 273
Bnrfagt .... 345
ka Heights ... ... ... ... Jas .. .. .... 739 lot 3 block 49 Bridgeport E S Kinney ... ... ....... 315 cotton under the plantation and share
lot 1 bl-,ck 11 Crescent City...... ..... Henry Hutchinson tots 156 (book 22 p 146) block 50 .

lot 30 x20 feet bot of Gamer block .. .. 130 Bridgeport George Booth ... .. .. ... 117 system without proper rotation and
36 Crescent City.. ... ." ..*..**.. Fannie D Newsome e4 lot 4 book 9 p 455 block 50

In sw cor and cent part block 37 ... ... ..... .1478lot Bridgeport ..7 ... E C Bangs ... ... .... ... 178w fertilization. The colonists enteredat
Crescent City C H Preston % of lot 3 block 60 Bridgeport Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87 once upon a systematic method of
75 feet block 41 eV lot 4 book 9 p 455 block) ..GOBridgeport
Crescent w 125 feet City by.a ... >..... Maria Wescott ... ... .. 202Cnas G A WhlU ... '". ........ in improvement. Otillfes were stopped.m4 .

part lot 1 n 60 feet by e 96 feet block Johnson ... ... ... 117 lot 21 (book 12 p 338> block 50 nu rial applications were made, clover -
42 Crescent City Bridgeport A F Williams ... ... .... 34
Lee block 42 Cres- lot 7 block 59 was sown rotation of W'a'pra"tic't'd
Bridgeport crop
lot 2 less lot to Jacksonvflfe Saving and
Frank Swanson ... ... 273Palatka.
cent City Impt Association .. ... 130 the of the
.. .. 43 depth
Z plowingwnt
an block 43 Crescent City Natl Bank 72M e% of lot 2 block 59 Bridgeport...... Wm Baldy ... ... ....... 172
.. ..
.. ... .
Jerry Wilson J lot 2 book 12 595 block CO
lot J block 44 Crescent City p Bridgeport gradually increased, and within
... ...... 1
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all block 45 Crescent City ... S LaBree J2 A F WJEiams ... ..... 315
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a% of block 45% Crescent City.. .. Mary C LaBree ... ..... 466 lot 15 book 15 p 696 block 61 Bridgeport the space of six years the toil! was so
.... 6
D B Preston Est 4 &
n% of lot 45H Crescent City .. ....... 597 D Corotler 202 improved that twenty bushefa of corn
J C Hale
Judge
lot 2 block 46 Crescent City lot 24 block 61 Bridgeport D G Luen 87
fractional e% lot 2 block 52 Crescent lot 2 block 62 Bridgeport Reuben Thomas 172 were grown on places where not one-
CIty ... ... ... ....... J W :Maull ... ... ....... ZOO lots 1456 book 21 p 101 block 76
all Grove lot 30 Crescent'City ... J R Preston ... ... ...... S 37 Bridgeport Emma DeWttt 130 fourth of this yield could'! be obtained

all Grove lot 32 Crescent City C 11 Preston ... ... ...... 5r lot 13 to 24 inclusive book 21 p 102 when the colonists bought the lend.
of ntt Grove lot 112 Cr* e nt block 76 Bridgeport J D DeWiit 130
%
e City Allen Brantley ... ... ... 117 lots 4 51213 block 93 Bridgeport .... 8 E Bishop 172 In the .meantime, orchards were
wH of Grove lot 112 Ores- lot 14 (block 94 Bridgeport Unknown
% and
part n 143 planted meadows and pasturestown.
... ... ..... 202
cent City ... Thos :MeLeod lot 34 book 22 p 45 block 130 Bridge-
part w% of n% 'Grove 'Jot ili''cre's- portblock .. ... ....... Kirkland 1 17 Large stock barns were erected -
.... Frank Franklin .. .. .... 117 l 130.BridgepoYt George
cent City ... ... ....... 1 72 Thomas 315 and comfortable dwellingsbuilt.
a H Grove lot 114 Crescent City.... Wash Berry % of lot 15 75 feet front on Park cosy
all Grove lot lie Crescent City James Williams.. .. .. 143 avenue book 2 p 431 Bridgeport .. Joel Lewis 117 The old fields whose onlyprodute'ts
w% Grove lot 117 Crescent City. Jake Amos ./. .. .. ... .. 1 43 lot 14 book 5. p 62 Bridgeport Anna. Baldwin 100 '
ne cor of wH (50x100 ft) Grove lot 117 lot 30 book 5 pi Bridgeport Jacksonville Savings and had been' broomsedge, are
F Q Brown trustee ...... 117 Impt Association 414
Crescent CIty now growing luxuriantly the and
hay
aU Grove lot 120 Crescent City..... Peter Hlnson /. ... ..... 143 lot 128 Bridgeport ._ W E Parker 172
an Grove lot 133 Crescent City. .... Giles Wall ... ... ... ..... 2 43 Jots. 172 and 173 book Q p 369 Bridge- pasture grasses which furnish food
all Grove lot 137 Crescent City D Davis ... ... ... ........ 243 port .,.... James Spago :345
all Grove lot 138 Crescent City..... Jake Amos ... ... ... ... 143e lot 262 book 6 p 189 Brtdgepo N R Hamer 315 for large herds of cattle. A creamery
% Grove lot 142 Crescent City..... :Mrs II L Beam .. .. .. 68 lot 284 book 2 p 638 Bridgeport T Blanchard 100 !:...: i.eci iTrrtaJ .viiit-u supplies the .
lot 1 block B (book 32 p 196 Crescent lots 370 and 371 book 9 p 631 Bridgeport -
... .... round market for the
CIty Nellie Benham 273 .: II A th 173 year a milk and

part block X Crescent City Hill .... /L P Rosslter ... ... ...... 2 43 lot.ag kJ p 518 Bridgeport John Nelson 1 43 butter, so that now the butter of Bel-
and Bridgeport Mrs M Meeker 100
block X (80rZ75 ft In sw cor)
part Crescent City Hill Laura Missouri ... ....... ISO videre is shipped by the hundreds of
block 2 :Mason Unknown ... ... ... ..... < F. C. BLANCHARD. and the
skimmed
socks 12 13 14 15 :Mason Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 Tax Collector of Putnam County. Fla. pounds daily milkis
ks 20 and nand 19 teas lot 3 Ma- taken home by the farmers and fed

'1 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......... Unknown ... ... ... ..... 130 _- to and calves.
ks 27 28 29 30 31 32 Sf 35 36 Mason Unknown ... ... ... ..... 384 pigs
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
4 block 67 Mason ... ... .......... Mrs L Webber ... .. ..... 58 this
ot 8 block B Mason .. ... ... ..... Mrs L Webber ... ... ... 87 Addled egos are far nicer than tolled way. here. Churches and school houses
.ot 9 block B Mason.. ... .......... 0 F Braddock ...... 1 43 The
following salad is nice were erected the roads
ntt of lot 2 block 1 Welaka .. ........ R J Broad ... ... ........ 100 eggs. ,dressing were worked
lot 1 block 8 WelakaH ... ... ... ...... R J Broad ... ... ........ 243 for both meat and vegetable salads, flower and shrubbery and trailing
a of lot 4 block 8 W&laka... ...... W G Broad ... ... ....... 143 Have your water bolding, lay the
all. block 20 Welatoa ... ... ... ..... R J Broad ... ... ... .... 143 In basin and will keep indefinitely. \'inl"8.were planted around the home-

lots 4 and B block 24 Welaka ... ... R J Brad ... ... ........ 243 egg a cover with boiling water Boil two until the sieadsv, and there is now a "harnuni-
lots 2 and 7 block 34 Welaka ......... M J :Morris ... ... ....... 172 out on the lid of basin and set eggs yolks are
eft block 40 Welaka ... ... ........... R J Broad .. ... ... ..... 100 the mealy, rub them smooth (after cooling 08; How of beauty" and an air of comfort -
... .... 87 eggs upon the back of the store
all less lots 1278 block 41 Welaka R J Broad ... at home.
lot 4 block 42 Welaka.H ... ... .......... Oeo T Russell ... .... .... 243 where they will keep the same ,) and add one teaspoooful of dry every The Cumberland
5 block 43 Welaka: ... ... .. ........ R J Broad ... .,. ... ..... 115 up mustard, one of salt, a little mountains, in all their unconcealed
lot 8 block 44 Welakaan ... ... ........ John Kennedy. ... .... 1 72 temperature; ten minutes will make cayenne
blocks 45 and 47 and block 46 less i them delicious, soft-cooked all one tablespoonful of olive oil; mix until loveliness, form the background to
lots 1 and. 2 and eli of 3 and 4 We The hmda belonging to the .
R J Broad ... ... ......:. 403 I through, not hard whites and wateryyolks. smooth then add two beaten eggs*I colony.lied'
ail less lots 10 land U block 48 We- and lastly half a of thisis : idere is on object lesson that
cup vinegar;
Uka .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... R J/ road ... ... ........ 145 should be studied
tots 3 and 4 block 49 Welakaall .. ..... C W Harvey 1 43A'a better If made the day before it Is thoroughly by every -
block 60 Welaka ... ... ... ...... Whitman ... ... ..... 172 Keep coffee 'M an air tight vessel (a needed, as it becomes more smoothly progressive farmer in the South-

an block 64 WeJaktu. ... .... ....... George Douglass .. ..... 200 fruit jar is best,) and -.he last groundswill era States. It shows what be
lots 1234 bv>ck 66 Welaka ......... George Douglass: .. .. .. 114 bletded. may accomplished -
e% block 57 Welaka ... ... ......... J W Hugglns ... ... .... 115w be as strong and aromatic as the by intelligent Tabor upon
% block 57 Welaka ... ... ... ...... Mrs.Julia Cebbltts ... .. 115 I A good family mucilage is made
lone 2 3 4 block 68 Welaka ... ....... R J Broad ... .. ... .... 115 first.The j with equal of arable and the farm. It demonstrates the valueof
lot 1 block 69 Welaka .. ....... George Douglass .. .. .. 243 pickle trimmings of the parts gum an industrious immigrant in -
converting
.. lots S 3 4 5 block 69 Weaka ......... L F Willis ... ... ... ... 3 15 nnge gum tragacanth dissolved In sufficient
part eeU of s ri4 and part wft of will need no nard rubbing xf they are to make the valuelea into a thing of
sell and 8 15 acres of w% of sw% water a thick paste.J. .
of sell.. .. ... ... ... ............ 34 11 26 45 E II Ryan ... ... .........1012 cleaned with *"earUne every time the W. W. value; the unfruitful into :joyous fecundity
part eel of setf or lot 9 private8UJ'V stove is pol shed Polish first then ; hideousness in the landscapeinto
... ... ... ... ... ... ...... a. 11:6 9 Alex Fortm ... ... ....... 117 ,
port w% of self book 13 p 364...... S4 11 26 10 J C Cebbltts ... ... ..... 2i1 dip Q damp cloth into the box of Pear- blooming attractiveness, and the

n 25 acres of nwU of se% ....... Sf 11 f6 25 Alex Hooven. .. .. .... 143 line, and rub the different bands, ; Tatting. small taxpaying property into one
e %-6 of w 25 acres of n% of ewV&.. S4 11 26 10 G R Smith ... ... ........ 313 '
part se(4 of ne\6 of se% of .w%....... Sf 11 26 1 J M Young. .... ....... 58 knobs, eic. *t will remove aU' Tatting, so popular with our moth- contributing largely to the revenue

part sft of sett of ne%... ... ...... a U:6 8 S II Gresham. ... ... ...,. 87 vmooches of blacking and keep i er's and grandmothers has been revived of the state. Woroont land feeds no
a 9H acres of n 18 acres. of e% of
nw44 of ne>4... ... ... ... ... ... ... I 12 26 9% Wells & :McCauley. .... 117 bright and lustrous. This same treat- and today we see the ivory shuttles people helps no railroads pays no

nw44 of sw%. of ne%... ... .......... S 12 26 10 L Stern trustee .. .. .. 100 ment the back and forth. taxes educates no children
to tea-kettle brings no
and hot flying ,
w14 of ne4 of nw\4 ... ..: ..,....... 1 12 26 10 J C Greeley ... ... ....... 172 applies
part w% of lot 4... ... ... .......... a'12:6 1 Frank Gasten ... ... .... 44 water tank whether nickle, copper or Unlike the olden time, it is need blessings, cheers no lives, awakens no
e% of wU Of w% of lot 6... ......... a 12 26 3 E F Wllltams ... ... .... 44 -
aluminum.The for wide of laeesof ambition. Its unsightliness repelits
nw% of w% of lot 6... ... ... ...... S 12 26 10 J R Kennedy... .. ... .. a variety garnishing
e 5 acres of w 22 acres of nH of lot 6 3. 12 26 5 J D Cole ... ... ... ..... 172O aluminum stove-ware is a boonto all descriptions, fringe tidy wheels, sterility discourages, its flag of thrift-
nw cot lot 1 and ne cor of Crosby
I grant. .... ... ... ... .............. S 12S 19 C W Harvey ... ... .... T fit housekeeping; it is now quite expensive children's caps, yokes, cuffs, collars, lessness dishonors. -What the South
lot 2 block 11 Satsuma ... .o. ....H J Barlow ... ... ... .. 1 4J jabots anu Handkerchiefs. needs is 500,000 farmers such as have
lot C block U Satsuma ... ... ...... J H :Morgan Jr ... ...... 143 but without doubt will be
e 6 acres In lot 13 block 11 Satsuma A J Morgan ... ... ...... >87 J legs so as time passes; a tea-kettle I! One of the daintiest handkerchiefs made Belvidere famous in the agri-

lot 8 blooi. 22 Satsuma ... ... ... ... Unknown .. ... .. .. IK ,I seen in a twelve-month had a wide cultural history of the county.
n% of lot 3 block 26 Satsuma ... ... 6 H C Rowly ... ... .. .. 1 row weighs I have forgotten the numberof I
% of lot 4 block 36 Satsuma ... .... 5 :Mrs E S Waters ... :: 1 CO but it is surprisingly light. border of tiny tatted wheels No. 150 The farms of Belvidere are not for
ounces
,
n lots 9 and 10 block 62 Satsuma ... .. 10 J F Fargo ... ... ... 103 linen being. used. sale, and many of them could not be
lots 1 to 8 Inclusive Mock 52 Satsuma and in such utter contrast to the old-

. .. ... ... ... ........... 39 8 Otis Jones ... 911 Some of the eeru lace is speciallypretty bought for $W per acre. The settlers
time iron that used to make so
". Dist 2 Saratoga.. .. ... ... ........ 39 11 26 12 Mrs M C Gay ::. ::. ::: 100 ones, : for have made homes in which they are
.. pkat 3 Saratoga .. .. .. ... .... ...... 39 11 26 12 G A McDonald '" .... 1 (4 man hack aches. | aprons.
t pMt T Saratoga.. ... ... ... ........ 39 11 26 13 E T Stewart '". ... ..... 100 |I .\no ut a dozen different patterns of contented and happy. They enjoy
plat 14 Saratoga ... 33 11S 12 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100 \u orange salad is the latest idea health
'plat 18 Saratoga n 11 26 10 E B Torrey 1 rote tatting are given with illustrations in and the comforts, and many

>ptat 19 tn plat book 23 p 265........... 39 11 26 10 T J :Murphy':: ::: ::: ::: 100 ami to be served with game. i "Harbour's' "Prize Needlework Series, bf the luxuries of life. What more

(Oat 24 Saratoga 39 11 26 25 Andrew Wilson .. .. .... 1 72 Select fruit the peeling left
y w% ot att of lot 1 block 1 Inter sour! ; :N.I. 1. together with general directions can additional .wealth give them?

F Halford Est .... .'" 117 t on; slice them very thin remove the for beginners, bow to join Their ambition la satisfied; their
lots 4 and S block 1 Interlachen.... G and C E Calllard .... 315 seeds and lettuce leave in
lay.
epa lot 2 and lots 146(789 upon I wheels, etc. daily labor gives them the sense of

lots block a to 2 Interlachen 27 Indmlve .block 2 Inter E S Brown .. ... ........ C 27 I any fanciful design cover with mayonnaise I The price of this book is 10 cents, being t useful! and Independent. Bach

lichen Peter Peterman Est .... 486 or French dressing. i and can be obtained at all first-class one has a balance In bank to providefor

... tot 11 and 12 Mock<< 3 Interlaehen.. Baxter MalT .: 143 meat be made palatable ;
tough needlework There i
Very may stares or from the pub a rainy day. not a social
lots l and 4 block T Interiaenen.... F Halford Est" :.. ::. :::: 739
tot and fmctl lot on Tremont by careful cooking. Never allow -I Usher Harbour Bros. IXK, Dept A., strife. They practice an Areadlan

Mock 11 Interlachen Robt Long ... ... ... ... 1478 '
t".k tot let 10 Inclusive block 12 Inter it to boil rapidly, for it toughenthe 818 Church St.. New York City. Other simplicity of life and manners. Aboveall

lichen E S ... ... ........ boil skim
a Brown 414 fiber*. Let it come to a and more elaborate patterns may be they are teaching the American

wH block 13 Interlaehen F H'toE..t. ... ... ... 315
.. lot S3 and 230 block 11 Interlachen Lott Allen ... ... ... ..... 172 then set back upon the stove where it found in No. 3 and 4 of the series, a farmers that thrift Is better than

lots 231: 232 SUM block 1C Interlachen J R Minor ... ... ... .... 315 will just simmer, and It will come collar with Vanoyke points In the latter great wearth, with all its cares and
lots S 24 25 and X block 20 Inter
lachen A L Rosa ." ... ... .... .. 1053 I from the kettle tender and juicy. i jt'orjed iI I book being especially handsome. temptations, and that contentmentand

lot IK block 22 Interlachen Lott Alter ... ... ... ... 87 beer should be allowed to'' These books all come at the same Industry. with good morals are
lot* 12 to 19 and 22 and 23 block B I
..' bungs add to Intertachen D Young Bet ... ... ..... 8 C cool in the pot liquor. eke It may be I price.A the most precious jewels of this life.CoL .
: lots K and 17 block C Toungs add I
I It dry' and tasteless. very serviceable chair or easel J. B. Kille rew.THE .
to InterUcben D Young Est '" ... ..... 117

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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY. JUNE 10.


METHODISTS IN CONFERENCE.The In Memoriam. OUR BOYS IN CAMP.
WONDERS OF SCIENCE. I JOF
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HON. T. W. THOMPSON.We The Palatka Soldiers are Behaving .r
Annual Conference of the Jacksonville regret to announce the death of Admirably. t

t District Closes. our beloved friend who passed from
Lung;: Troubles and Consumption DE SOTO PARK, ?
Can be Cured. The Jacksonville District Conferenceof earth to heaven on the night of May Tampa Fla., June 2. 1898. f

\ the Methodist Episcopal Church, 20th, at 10:30 o'clock. His life has been The First Regiment Florida Volunteers -

south, wh'ch! convened in the Palatka for nine months one of great suffering.For broke camp at Fort Brooke Reser-
; tM *eit New Urk Cuemlst ud Scientist Makei
< a Fret Offer to Our Readers. Methodist Church Wednesday evening seven months he was confined to vationFnday May 27th, and marchedto

4 T A. 31ocn, demonstrated Ills ..1Iil of last week, adjourned Sunday after avery his room. I visited him several times De Solo Park: and pitched tents.
p useful and influential session. during his illness and I never eats a
overy of a reliable and absolute cure This location is a great improvementover ..
j for Consaioptlon (Pulmonary Tubercu- Below we give a brief account of the more patient sufferer. We feel that the one we just left, although it is

t louUanlaU branchial, throat lung i more important matters that came before our county has lost one ot its father- nothing bat a scarce pine woods and EIrE R M

and chest dUeatw. stubborn c .ughs, the body: citizens, and our churches and Sunday i palmetto scrub, and already the boys 1 ATED IN

t catarrhal affection, general recliner I Rev. T. J. Hess was recommendedfor schools a faithful worker. I wish to .; ate becoming apt students at handling

and weakness, loss of flt" h, and .u l admission on trial into the annual state that the last time I saw him In his tbe grubbing hoe, axe, etc. Our water THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP C? FIGS

conditions:: of watlrR away, will sear! conference. church he looked as if he was not able supply is furnished by a Sowing well is due not only to the orifriu.. ;Ity and

'lifercot Rev. J. C. Pace was recommended: to tit up tbat his brethren were discussing and it is undoubtedly the poorest water simplicity of the combination. tint also

for re Jia mission into the annual com :; in a revival meeting, and he in the state-hardly fit to dnnk or wash to the care and skill with wlii.'h it is

't I afflicted reader of TUB Touts HKRALD fertnce.: arose, looking feeble, and suffering as I with-and the opinion is that sicknessis manufactured by scientific processes
known to the CALIFORNIA
I a* SYBUPCo.
writing for them. IJlu New Scientific A. O. cDonnell, J. A. Anthony, D. he was, and said: "brethren I cannot sure to follow although it is to be only,and the wish to impress upon

Treatment" has cured thousands permanently (0'. Morrison and D. F. Middleton were say much, but I will show that I am oc hoped that such will not be the ca e. ail the importance of purchasing the

I by Its timely ue. and bocoasiders elected lay delegates to the ensuing an- the Lod' side. Ohl if we could ah The only chance for us to !get good true and original remedy. As the

t it a felmple prort'tiSlonal.tuty nual conference. repeal those words as he did (from the drinking water is to walk about a mile genuine Syrup of Figs is manufacturedby

to his suffering infallible humanity cure. to donate a trialof )tevs. J. D. Ca-e, B.S. Hall, and TJ. heart). I have known him from my to a sprin:: at the south of the camp only the, a knowledge CALIFORNIA of Ficr that SVRCP fact will Co.

Science develops new wend rx, Hess were granted renewel of licenses childhood and have never known anything and canteen biizades!: may be teen flU assist one In avoiding the worthless
: dally
and this chemist p,tiently expri- to preach. :, but good of him. He was loved : the route every hour in the day. Lemonade imitations manufactured by other pant
for great ha produced results Green Cove Springs was chosen as by all and idolized by his family. Ile and milk shale venders have ties. The high standing of the CALIFORNIA

meutlng beneficial years to humanity a! can be the place for holding the next district leaves a wife and host of relatives and struck: a bonanza here and are coining FIG STKCP Co. with the medical
as profession, and the satisfaction
i claimed by any modtra J:-niui. H III conference. friends to mourn his low. He was our money by tbe bushel, but nevertheless, which the genuine Syrup of Figs has

assertion toot lung trouble and ".I'Dlumptlon Rev.A. Penney was recommended Sunday School Superintendent at Oak they have proven administering angel, given to millions of families .makes

: are curable ia any ellinte is for re-admission into the annual con- Groye for a number of years, and was :n the beverage Iicewheu water was III the name of the Compauy a guarantyof

proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude ference.W. truly f aitf ul to his duty,but being calledto premium. Ihcre is one thins com. the excellence of its remedy. It is

," filed In his American and European F. Allen Bnd. T. J. Hess were another Sunday school and feeling it mendabe! to relate about our company, far as it in acts advance on the of all kidneys other, laxatives liver and,

laboratories in thousands from chosen alternate delegates to the ensuing to be his duty to serve it as superintendent thai is, out of the entire reslttx-m th. bowels without irritating or vreaken-

those cured In all parts cf the world. annual conference. he retired from our service muchto I company has not,'as yet a single case ing them, and It does not gripe nor

Medical experts concede that! oron- Rev. F. Pasco made important state, our regret and he has faithfully of drunkenness reported and from MJ- nauseate. In order to get its beneficial

chla!, chest and lung trouble lead to meats in regard to domestic mil:lonary served Eliam; Baptist Church as deaconfor pearances now I think such cases will effects please remember the name: of

Consumption, which, uninterrupted, funds of the conference and the State a number of years. He w.s also be very scarce-nearly all the bm" are the Company-

means speedy and certain deth. Institution at St.. Augustine for the deaf. I County Commissioner for five years I broke. Anyhow, our boys as a rule, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Simply write t"T. A. Blocnm M. c., and blind. his death. His work being sax rilANCISC. Cat.LnriSVILLE. .
.. New. York giving ixtofflci pnor to are not or a carou!in:: kind. annot .
08 Pi trett. .
Ky. JiEW YORK N.T.
\ aDd elP.ai' Hddresm and the free Rev. D. G. Lang made *report of the ended on earth he has gone to where mingle with that ilk. !w..I... medicl i" will be promptly ...nf. :)ufferer work of the Florida Conference College. the weary are at rest. His words were Ohio, find Michigan volunteers are --
should lake ltn>t.ut advantage Hi the college being deeds love his Call for District Convention.
of his tfeuron proposition.Pltaso reports as now on peace, his were spirit camped in this irumetlix" vHimy,
tell the Doctor tha'v"n saw a solid basis, and doing good work. rest in Heaven above. S. T* J. which makes quite an army and to say Following Is the official call for the

his offer In Tug Tlaucs-IIEItLLD \,. F. Allen was granted license to ) LUCY TUCKER thai times In their cants air !hvi> D ii'tThilc <(<'flnv DII.n for the -cond

preach. Surrounded by relatives and friend, would only be a mild explosion. O>nare"-i'iaai District ..f Florida: .
ADVtllTI aMENTd.ADHIIIST1tATOR'S Several details clo.ed the bust- The Democratic
LEGAL minor Mrs. Lucy TucJcer' assed into eternity The tune of "Dixie" and Yankee party td theecond

>'OTl JE ness of the couference.whicn adjourned Ibursday morning, May the 30th, and Doodle" harmonize very well now,and Congressional District of Florida will

I : sine die front the calm, peaceful smile that rest- think later ou they will be con ui- hold a congressional convention at De-

0 SENT myHeeaiF.coountaind vouchers. as On Sunday the preaching service was ed on the placid lips during the last dated Into "Dixie-Doodle.'* Land, Fla on Wedn*a.lay. July 20tb,

Ooowed.Administrator to the of County the hta.te;J n
further ty.Florid admlnlt.anti tratloo uk to be of wl.1 a-i.'ctj e-ut&rc d. from tha T. G. Lang; evening Rev. J. Ander. life tbat has been a characteristic mark by his staff, paid the camp a visit Monday nominating a Democratic candidate for

1".8. CRILL.Adwlolltrawr.. suns D. D.; Presbyterian, morning of her whole existence and which won and every one joined in the rushto Congress from the Stcoud i'isinct ot

feb 10.'8-Cm.. Cum te.tamentoanuezaADMIMSrR.tTOitS Rev. E. A. Harmon; evening,Rev. T. to her the many friends tint mourn in get a glimpse at the honered commander Florida, un,l lo transact ouch other

Nixon. deep sympathy with the grief-stncken 'of this brigade.A business an mv come be Cora the com

OTICE At the conclusion of the evening service spacious drill ground is being pre. vention.
husband in his lost, are united in one
at the Methodist Church, the sacrament the river The chairman and n-cn-lary of each
SIX MONTIISAFTRiATEIWILL L'RI*EST great prayer asking thetavorof the omnipotent pared on "ronl by dtta U of
my final account* and T urbei al Uunnl- of the Lord's Supper was ad- men from the various companies aid county **f the Second Congressional
of God to strengthentheir ,
tratrlK of tbe.etate.of \\'m. fpeck. dec*a.ed. to power
the County Judge of I'utnam ('(IUDt1. lorlda ministered.The faith and love for Him that they, In a short. while regimental drills will be D strict of rlorida wit vend delegates to
I and ak to be discharged from the urtlu-r cluilrlttratlon -
cession from to the convention the
of Mid estateIIARV was beginning with the husband and four dear little inaugurated. Progress In dnlirosr is upou fyllowiug basis
JuSElMtlXE SPECK end a Laimonious one, and one be and Ot reptreeutstion: Ube delegate for
J&28m A..mlulstratrix.rHINDIPO. very children she has left so desolate, mayin readily to noticed, most all seem
calculated to have Us good effect upon some rear day meet her on the!everlasting to be anxious to become full-fledged each 100 vote cut for the Dtmocraticconjrrt
\ the hearts and live of all those who soldier -ostoiiHl! cuHtic1.,1' at the election
portals of the perenial existenceof
{ aU10IESVITALITY were in attendance. The delegates the Mints of the heavenly world. Chippie Richardson, assisted by St. in 1600, and one additional delegate for

-y from other points spoke very highly of The funeral took place from the Methodist John Wigg$ has opened a school, and the fr.c'ion in **resM thereof when it

\ ,,. Made a the manner in which they were welcomed church Friday morning, and were both are busily engaged teaching amiiiiuu I)fifty or more. The counties
and entertained by the people ofPalatka. under this mltr, will bv entitled to
Well Man conducted bv nevI Mr.. Face. All the "Spanish, so when we invade Cuba rep
all will be perfect linguists. The latter reeen+anton a* follow" :
THE ,." or Me. families in the community were in at
GREAT :a ... BESOLUTIONS. tendance. gentlemen is too well known to dwellon Atllchu, 15 ladi on, 9

TRENCH REMEl produces the above result do the baneful ef his Baler, J Marion, 10
4 tZOdas. errnNnvoasDebiJityIairewcFw.ceh Recognizing as we Sweet rest has come to the weary one, ability as a professor hehaving
,J-.du a Memory. Stops all drains andses feels attending the use of all kinds of Her tufferings all an past, been a graduate of the "Chimney Rock BrarttoJl1, 1 Na'eau! 5Drtvard
caused by n rs of oath. It wards oft la.
c: f
.aatty and ConfUmtAJoo. Young Men regain Manboa4 intoxicating beverage, and the blight- The beautiful life on eatttTis done, Spanish School," while the former has ; Orange 10

(tvea and vigor Old and Hen a se to recover shrunken\'outhM1&01'organs and.fits It ing influence attending their manufaclute They have called her home at last. an unque lIoDa ole reputation Clay, 3 arc'ol., 2,

a scan tor bu lla.or mllrrlarceEaSily carried in and sale, resulting in more poverty J. I). !! Columbia, 7 Putnam, 10
the vest(IOCk t. Price rn PTP afa.so The angels whisper'Jlrtm realms above
by..u.18 plain partr-uU I are wilwrUUncvaraotee. and suffering blighting more homes D.tcfe. 4 :"L, Jobus, 1Dunt
OR. JEAlT0'rURRA, Paris That sorrow and palu were o'er. Enterprising Druggists. 17 8ump"tpr 4
and destroying more men annually than ,
ACKER MAX & STEW AUT.Mr..q" And she fell iheSaviour'. love
both famine and sword combined; asleep There are few men store wide awake Hamilton h ruwapuee 7
therefore To wake on the other shore. ani entsrprUing then Ackeruian k Lake 8 Yolusia, S

Suffered 20 Years. Resolved, 6nt, That we modify none They bore her to realms where loved Stewart, who spare. no pains to secure The chairman and etretary of each

of our past utterances as a church upon ones meet, the bt' of "e..tt.'g in* their line county convention will renal to E. S.

the great cause temperance, but that Where burdens aw all laid down, for th- brawny cu.'oiner*. They now frill, chairman, T,.1 lailx. n written or

we hereby ratify all we have ever said Where the crosses she bore with pa. have the valuable ng' ncy fur Dr. printed copy of names nf curb delegate
Klug'8 sera for
Dis-every:
consumption -
this subject. tience "weeWill \ as are elected to the coti're''siqnal con-
upon great
CvUtflis and co'ds This is the
Resolved second. That we pledge glitter as gems in her. ctown. wonderful remedy that 1* producing vention.

ourselves afresh to do all in our powerto But oh the ones who are left alone such a furor all over 'he -untiy by its 9 R. S. ClULL, rimirrnan.
break the force of this monster evil W P AXDEHSOX.: c. pro tem.
To nnurn for an absent one, many startling eureIt absolutely

of the age.Whereas. As a tender father pities his own. cues asthma bronchitis, hoarseness How to look Good.

God has commanded us to Lonl' comfort each sorrowing one. noil is'I! therafTec'lon of the throat, Good looks are lea'ly morn than skin .

keep the Sabbath day holy, and chest nod luogp. Call at thn nboredrn dt>depending entirely ou *. healthy
Whereas, We believe a failure to observe We see ihe ones whom' we love depart, store send get a trial boullll 'I ee or condition of all the vital organs If

thisas well as all other command Aud feel they are safe at home, H rexa. ar size for 5 c 80 i $l. Gaarnn-- the liver Inactive oo, have a bilious
But grief will come to the lonely heart teed to care cr price refunded.Are .
disaster those invclved
of God, works to look if v'fJI' stomach it. disordered,

in it; therefore be it At thought! of a. loyed one gone. you have H d. sp'p'Ic look. If 2 our kid-

'M I c// Resolv.d. Icy this Jacksonville district -I We cannot see thro' the mint of tears; You Going to the Coast? ne. a are effect! .', you hum n pinched

; o nfernice, IIfIW in session that I We can only sorrow and weep. Those of our renders who are expecting look Secure g, ."l heahb.AIM!yon will

we earnestly beg t1e ministry and laity | And wonder why those whom we bold. to 9,end a portion of the heated surely have goal o .ks. l.,.ctrl Bitters -

MARY LEWIS. wife of a proml- of this district to refrain absolutely from molt dear term at tbe seaside wilt do well In mytstlgate Int.. uooda4ier"tiv. and tonic; acts

f artm'r, and well known by all all violations: of the Saboath day, suchas I Art* tho-- that we may not keep. I the advant:.res to be four d at directly on the s'oiiwcb, lir. r ,nit kidney"
: olJ 1'C$1 Wonts near Belmont N. Yr uurifie. the bltyn1, cures pimples>> ,
writes: "For twenty-seven years I had been (1) riding on Sunday trains; (2) gettiuif Th..u Lno ret. lip d, why heart* must CorouadoBeachopposite New Sm nj. "'a .
the Sabbath (3) riding At CnflUi ado: the finest has in bl JI 'ht' i'lllan''l at .a given n good
constant sufferer from nervous prostration mail on ; I! )Io-eI fibiog ,
: : U.'t .ranteeS
and paid large sums of money for doc bicycle,. or other modes of conveyance i love best the country will tv found, bathing i i. eou.p.'eiiddl Evrry ga ,
The one'" wbin 'hey the ;
I Sold at fie .ckrrmank
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ton sad adrertked remedies without bene- "'rur's ore ( t i .
at. Three years ago my condition was (or pleasure on that dar, but tbat Ibeyralb..r j i' 1'1- rl't in fOur fM).rer our lot ioch.asr; unexcelled, anti no prettier beach ein Ste"'l\I r. ;.oJ i'Kr I utti :. .

alarming: the least noise would startle and attrrd. upon the ordinance of Iiii! we feel l thai Thy choice IS Vl toP found im the At'anlie coa"t. If Jon = --- ....- : ..-=
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unnerve me I was unable to deep,bad a the church uMleoiraje in reliSHHi' w1'! auiiciaif: v'y ng It.*.V from borne -
ntuaber of sinking spells and slowly grewworse. -J .\u.1 1 *'a' we I Itv nut loved one ltwnI ; -ce ...
during thumui.. would ..
tog and meditation. we adYI tt> &&
.; I began using Dr. )Miles' UectoratlvoNervine I fo Mum her b.-u'81h the od;* r E. ...
and Nerve and Liver PUls. At first !U. solved That we heaitilv an-irec-i- y .It tn write. ,V 11. Newell, p"opneoot'.t. '
'ti .
li I' "" Meiiernn ,
We to
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the medicine seemed to have no effect, bet a r the ktbd ho-pitality of the !..nple{ of I nn/nsr "f !.. *...,."'. .. if.... ( 'ifutiivlo Be 'h "! :' -.- rato -
In ili Y.fu. horn "f G-wl ,
sifter tai.u; a few bottles I began to f>ice P.M-IM in *n kindly entertan.'iic us i f-f in'1! ;. inn>ii i.- :'U.ll ffiOK Atldrf.. .I .. .
a cis:."-': I re-oed better at tight, m7 For wiif h.i. :on. 10 Heaven; I .. Are r..lt"r'" t. .. .r..' ..": ? r ". maUln
the! '.' i *"> irip.xjre andl rapidly grew dunr: ,be dt&tnct crrnferene' ; also I X W >lll'H.. .'. ._ jU3lf : size, tat. : :. of :'.:; '.. ':- r'.. !j fteman.H .
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f. 1'- in'v. _
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bear'; .. i'-'T I km as nearly restored that w.*. emend the thanks of the c-- i- ; .
to h. r y ague may expect. .Godties. .. !. '. '!lie .' '. -.1 v ,1,,n :
..... ... ference to the various tranl'r-.I" .. I -
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t. : e ,. l.he .S.I,0. t '"
fM .
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I for the courtesies :r9u'r"
D I\'u.i-ic* companies
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arotc -' : 7 ...I urusi ...::.,::'- Pr311as I. : r r the mutter n' lip'ciA) rate Vt... ih'V ehiM en mini-- ...._... r t \... g.
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gletarr : pcsttve: : .. ... ,__ 14.r '
t'J HIDe t live w"h'he h'-aveiell \.r. ; .: /E, :: ;ONIC etiii '
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bottle tervlO .
gti.rr. tirt srron.x .
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beIar .. r: C U'eTi? her her m>i 'l,l' we are 4O2eN.Tifl : haw L," ;. !' :,.-t"y., t'iIOTtI' R
or raoccy reRes.ot': Bears tea Haw Etna Eagti i Cures Fever ." \.e.C.t. --ol i ct, f.% f! III S ;
.sca. Booti on aU&erv I we are in Heaven to live fori-v
ft'- r ctk. FrorrtetpniTho lrt'''t .r...... ,j l: !: "
ewes of Use heart sad / g7 ( G. E. i In One Day. S
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tree. Address. .. L' tO& more.
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 10.

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OUR COUNTY EDITORS Your friends may smile ;

I But that tired feeling Vertrees & Co.

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Means danger. It
WELAKA.WKLAKA. --WHOLESALE--
Indicates impoverishedAnd

Hay Meal. Paper Bags .
June S. impure blood. ,

Memorial service was welLattendcd, This condition Grain % Grits Material
may ; Building
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and was of unusual interest. Chaplain ,

Woodworth gave a most excellent talk Lead to serious illness.It Flour Papers Orange Boxes

suitable to the occasion,full of patriot should be promptly ,

ism and up to date. As"Yankee Girl" .
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FER TJLJZEB..S.: : E"tc.
has given a fall account I will not take Overcome by taking


up well farther observed space.at Welaka Decoration, the Day people was Which purifies Hood's and Sarsaparilla, Livery Feed and' Sale Stables Wagon! Repository

coming out in good numbers, and with

plentiful supply of flowers, made the Enriches the blood, The Standard Oil Company,

day one of gladness. Mo. Clark Stephens Strengthens the nerves, AGENTS .m Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.

r gave an account of the sickness .
Tones the stomach, PALATKA. FLORIDA.
and death of the Confederate soldier

buried there, which was fall of tender. Creates an appetite,

nets and general interest, and was hst And builds up,

ened to with marked attention. WALTER THOMAS
Energizes and vitalizes I
,
The de awake V. I. A. gave an Ice

cream last week which realized a neat The whole system.Be . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN. . .

sum. Several gallons f ke cream went sure to get

off in a hurry, and more was wanted.A Only Hood's. Groceries, Crockery, China,

very pleasant social time was had,

and the wish was expressed to do w> -
Glassware Tinware

some more. MONTHLYFillailcial ,


Our, and primaries it is time have voters beea were arrangedfor putting StatementOF Wood and Willow Ware

on their thinking caps. We are entitled *
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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION.
to a representative from this side

of the nver, and to get a first-class man STATE OF I-LORIIU.COUNTY OF. PUTNAM.: ITo Paper axi
for ns should be the watchword. On a dnile6. ldki.

recent trip pretty well over the peninsular Hot. Jo,rrH Pates Clerk of Circuit Court: 1C Lemon Street Palatka Florida.
8iK-In compliance with Sec.3, Chapter 4332. ,
I find the name of Hon.John II. Laws of .1orlda. we hereby ale with you the
following itemized financial statement of all
Harp was mentioned by all who were School moneys received, appropriations made -
interviewed. He to b the and warrants issued for the month ending
seems unanimous -
May 31st. A.. D. 1898: OWNERS ,
choice, and will make as a representative KECirrrrLATiox. . .
I
the county will feel proud of. Balance band May 1198.. $iii 80 VIOHi MEN
...
Received daring the month J84174
His former record was all right,and we

will make no mistake in giving him our $3859 M. I am having inquiriesfor !

rotes. With a good man from West Warrants month.paid......during........the... W584ft. DR. P. KEENER Euily,Quickly, Permanently Restored
Balance money on hand ... 114.. Truck Farms MAGNETIC NERVINE wt wUha
Putnam to join hands with Mr. Harp Uutsrandingwarrants unpaid a .
.... ..... ...... ...... 51.24900 t antes to Care insomnia*,Fits, Dizziness H \
and our Senator from Falatka. we will Deficit fond............ 1.247 **. Send me list of what Graduate Optician, ; Nervous Debility. Lost Vitality, Seminal :::.
Failing Memory-the resort of ler-work.
have a trio, the equal of any county in \ : ITEMIZED alCEIPTLMa Iyou I 4ickne .. Errors of Youth or Ovcr-indulrrnce.Worry
consented <-To balance on hand $317 SO have. LEMON STREET. PALATKA, FLAX .. I Prlct SOe. and II; 9 bellS $5.
the atate. Mr. has to
Harp Maya.. .To cs>sh fromTaxbilector For quick, positive and lasting results in Sevsaf
inn and ( on Poll Weakness loipntencr. Nervous Debility and LjMt
we trust be will get the votes
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T. :for 1806 8 60 Vitality, aye YELLOr* LABEL SPECUL-do s
of the primaries. July 7 will soon roll To cash from Tax What is Better than strength-wit' ) five strength and tone to every part
Collector ou Poll and effect a core. Cheapest ance best
around, and we must make that day one Tax for 1897...'...... 249 9& E. B. ROY too Pills JJ: by permanent mail.
of good work in which will heartily To cash from Tax Good Eye-sight ? FRET;;-A bottle of the famous Japanese TJve*
Collector Co. Rer. 1897 58
Pellets\ will bejciven with Si boa or more oEXq-
join BUCKEYE. May 10.-To cash from grate netic Nervine.Irce. Sold only by
Now is the
time to have
Treasurer on RedemptiOn your eyes
of Cert. jun 5-1m Xoiwalk, Ha.:
3IELROSE.iliss to Apr.30. Isgs ...... li.1G: examined,and glasses fitted. A delay ACKEUMAX & STEWART.
May 16-To cash from Compt I
1 mill school tax fpr may preys aenot ..
half year .. 1,1360 I' ralatka, Fla. r--
Lizzie Dunn of Falatka, is the May S1.-Uy ain't wartantepaid LUCASMILLINERY
and cancelled. 3,83* 40 Miss KATE JAPANESE
guest of Miss Edith Storrs. KyttaUnce.... ...... 114 ,

Master Nick Morris, who has been $335964 $3,85364: I) pi LE: LING WAH.

right sick, is improving. ,So. Date. To Issued.Whom For Purpose.Wbat CUREA I I

Dr, McRae and his daughter, Miss May. 3,18UR49i. J. H.-Green.per diem and mileageattendingeeaeton.tLoard.- And Fancy Goods. New! ,,n"i Complete Treatment, consisting otSUPPOS1TC Firsl-Glass CI1IOBSU la/mar\'
Janie, paid Falatka visit last Saturday. $ 8 40 RitS. Capsules of Ointment and two / \
432. H.J.Fowler,per diem and mileage Boxes ot Ointment. A never-fuliBg cure for Piles
and diversified
I to state that Dr. W. S. Bowman attending session board. 8 00) Has in stock an elegant of every nature and decree. makes sn operation :'IONT ., r.PALATKA. FLA.
regret ,
493. E. 8. Crill, per diem attending line of all goods pertaining to with the knife, which is painful, and often resahs
is very sick. He has paralysis and session of board.... ............. 2 10 the Millinery Business. in death' unnecessary Whf endure this terrible First-rlaw. work gnaranteetl.
disease Ws pack a Written Guarantee In each
494: f. I. Ulines.teaching school N 1 at
of his entire side. .... .... Northern Trimmer in $1 Box. No Core, No! and
has lost the use nght Palatka for one Bv tth 100 eo Experienced Pay. yx- Ji a box 6 for WOlk ao'.e on short nonce.
430. Madge; D. Ice. teaching school charge of Trimmmsr Department. $($. Sent&y mail. SamplesOlNTKENT tree
I am pleaded to see that our Mr.John Mo.1 at Palatka one month. 60 CO A SPECIALTY Full assortment of 25o- and 50c. j

McAllister is a candidate for the Legis 496 ItenetU So, 1 Davenport at Palatka.teaching one month.school.. SO 00 STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EMBUOIDERIED CONSTIPATION I flU::dPM; uw' Prevented Pellets,,the by '((1te GRAP pao ... .

lature. He is a good man and well 497. Elizabeth W. Da.. teaching SILKS. great LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR t I
school 0. 1 at Palatka, 1 mo 40 00 .
bLOOD PURIFIER. Small mild and pleasantto / r' _
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for the
qualified for the position. The Demo- 438 Edith R. Mom. teaching school Tlavlne accepted the Aeencv take: especially adapted for children's use. 50 wI .
No.1 at l'ala1kaooe month...... sees BUTTERICK PATTERNS. I am now doses 15 cents.FREE.A. : .
crats Putnam wCl make no mistakein 49'J S. H. Deaderick. teaching schoolNo.latPatatkaonemonth '
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.. ... 40 00 prepared to fit allorderido for this celebrated vial of these famous little peDets will
giving him their support. 600. Jennie Lackore.teaching ICh2o.latPalatkaooemonth. pattern. be given with f i box: or more of Pile Core.
... r\OTtca-TH& GENVIXB fuse JAPANESK PILF
*Tl Ellle Fletcher has gone to Starke 601. '1. 1.Andre.... teaching school 40 00 Call or write. to me for Fashion CULL; for sale only bt I G h
F. No. at Palatka one month._ 60 .> bheet. RATE L. LUCAS.'LOUIS ACKERMAN&
fur .!thor, visit STEWART.
602. J.W. llolley. teaching school Ne. A. The JOOIIt Mw'Innrnyr; ffrpn.tl.aiotla -
2 at Palatka,one month .. .. .. 6000 age Alwal.rt.dyl
List of Uncalled.For Letters. 603. EDen W. De Wees,teaching school l entertain It reWi ow no
2\0.1 at Palatka one month 35 00 PENZKOFER, skill operate it sail rrprrvdure
Bemainltg it the Postofflce at Fa 601. Rosalee M.)Holler teachlnltlCboo\ I Ikemiuiir 01 bum or
1\0.1.'Palatka,one month... 3500 rhestirrs. "oc.lIn'f: :
latka, FIa., for the week ending Jane 505. F.K.Thompson,teachlns school I mental wNoi i.. hate is
No.? atl'alatkaonemonth.. S3 00 nothing like It I. .a'"Tentatf -
S, lS.IS: 600 LavA A. Kobinson. teaching 'g i entertainment at home or In the rf*..!gathering.
GENTS LIST, school 1\0.2,Palatka 1 month 35 00 The Tailor. Jeta'j, ; You can sing or talk la it anil it will
807 )[. 1. Barley teaching school So. i reproduce immediately tad as often as desired,
AikeDhead nosE Mixon, B R 2 at Palatka.one month...... 3500: Tour song or words.
it Jessie 60S. Allle Granger teaching school i Other so-called talking reachInos reproduce
Beauford, H Moyel, No. 6 at Allen 1 mo.. ....... .. 3500 SEEDgrow I only records of cut aad dried subjects, specially
Bradford, JAM McRae, Adam toe Mary Bloont,teaching school No 21 prepared a laboratory; but the GrapbophoD U
Cadamos, Benj McKinney, Aaron at Ft. Brook one month....... 3500: : pot limited to such perfonaam 00 the GJ'lI.Mo
610 J n teaching school paying because they're ". phone you can eaidly mate ami 1n1tanUYff'pr'OODN
crops >> 'I
Campbell, Geo Fopplein. Geo A Burroughs wood 1 mo ....... 2U 00 SUITS MADE TO ORDER records of the voice,or any sound. Tn>s"it constantly
Campbell, J F Kayles, Dickson 611 M D Holmes teaching school No. fresh and always the best. For ''I awakens new Interest and inhsrm never
Doyle, W H &heffiIdZeak 61 at MC Royal. .. .............. 20 eo CLEANING AND REPAIRINd ale everywhere. Refuse substitute fresh. The reproductions ate clear and brilliant.
612 ZsteUe)McMeekin teaching school
Garrett, J II Sidney, C B No.53 at Lake Margaret 1 mo 30 00 DONE. Stick to Ferry's Se ds and prosper. Gra@j. 116 sold for$SID rip
Gold wire,Jas 0 Smith, John 613 LWhitemanteaching No 61 NEATLY 1398 Seed Annual free. Write for it
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month.
at Francis one 20 eo
Irvind, Henry Stewart, Dr Geo 614 MarparefcSimmons teaching ool GIVING MISFITS BETTER STYLEA 0.M. FERRY CO..Detroit MICA Kdlaon Mannfsctared and Maekmald.ea VT the Oar Mlmts r.tnMi>of hmnt F-rl).t*TiJntw.head.
Manning, J L Williams Jesse )(0.at Vsrdler Point mo.... 20 00 ..rtP".r tko wend for TalkiiiR Macbiaes ao 51S Jessie L Thompson teaching SPECIALTY. ? Writs tat eaulUKUS.,
LADIES' LIST. school No G6 at .Palatka 1 mo SO 00
518 B.B. Posey teaching school No
A" eneMrs Mary Lout Annie
67 at Love vllle one month... 20 00
'" '" Anderson, Lizzie Murry, Jennie 517 A nnie)(HoUowar.teachlng Rogero Building, Lemon St., Palatka Columbia Pnonograpn Co
Miss Mary Pells, Willie ':\019 at Putnam Hall 1 month 30 00 H'
618 runes-Herald,
Crawford, Carrie Pcsey, Mrs B B for pttUishing'financialstatement month of March 2 00
.. Crews, Miss Lillie Reed, Bettie 519 Thos. W. Ralph, for services as M. M. GODWIN, DEPARTMENT 30.

Dunbar.Miss Lottieltoberts, Carrie superintendent March ISJ8.... ...for. ....month.........of.. 7500
Graw, Mrs N C Smith, Miss Alice 110 E. Baltimore St.. Baltimore, Md. :.

Hanford, Esleila Stephens, Annie $99040We

ilunter. Carrie Young, Emma hereby certify that the above statement: is New York, Pans Chtogo,"
Keton Ellen true and correct to the best of our kno..ledgeand .-
j belief. E.S.CUlL St. Louis, PhUaMuhiaf
Persons calling for the above letters Chairman Co.ftnard Pub. Instruction.
Attest: THOS. VT. RALPH. Baltimore, Washington, Buffalo
will please say "ADVERTISED." County Supt.I'nb.Inetruction.Teachers' .

f D. M. KIRBT. P. M. Manufactnrrrs of-

f- A Company of Infantry.. Examination. Wagons, Buggies, MADE ME A MAN

'f'. M. Houghton, of Palatka, whoP The examination of teachers for first, -& ;: ,.,, $ : : ;TABLETS ly r.w.IK--r.utas. TOSTnVELT. C"ggbare
-87 pqd
has served as an officer in the Florida second and third grade certificates has Vehicles. all Kinds :. .,.. a.W..r jAJAX: bso.s or oth.r laeeu.' :'t Iad1.

/ State troops for over fourteen years, is been in progress this week and closed Vital' ,W. bata..a;:old w&

taking'minatory steps towards raising yesterday. THE TIMES-HKBALD will BlKksslth Work. Horse Shoelne A BICYCLE ACCIDENT, Ia.alt7_ sod DmediAte eo.- m

- J a of infantry volunteers to be athe Experienced workioenj 1n'1arg8atWac or a case of exhaustion or being over- I meat and .lrectA CUd whore aU ether taXI 1s.
company publish cs it
report soon as is pre on guaranteed. i.im .sot having the aaaise Nat Tablets. 2'he
fI tendered to the United States for the come by heat, should always be provided eared tamiHxla and villeoi you We ti.e pm.
pared. .
Second Street, opposite Court House. I iti wrttUac araBMte 8kct eBfor .errs ..
Tolunteer able-bodied white against by the bicycle rider carrying mchmmoe m foal the mo..?.a Pete.
army. Any
( N-- PALATKA. FLA. six pkcm fall UMtnmitt for
flask of I. W. wrmpmr. BDO*rw pt ttt pri g
man in Putnam County desiring to enlist 5. a our high grade Harper :bw.A.rAx VIEDY CO.,

should send their names to Major Quinine and other fever IP IIIN'S FUJI t3.i-m.iz sex. whiskey. It is the finest and purest:
I'or sate In PaJaMa lIT
Heughton, or call and see him in Thill ft..dT being Injected whiskey on the market for medicinal
to the
medicines take from 5 directly
Falatka without delay. seat of tbo" diseases: purposes, nnd as an appetlzerand tonic Aekerlrp: ...... .... ,

to 10 days to cure fever.Johnson's G & G of Organs the Genlto-l'rlJUUT requires no is unexcelled. Our stock of wines and

O.ASTOn.LO.' change of diet. Cure liquors are all high grade and reasonable i C.ASTOn.J.A.:
'nt tao- Chill and Fever jmaranieed in 1 to 3days. I S3s brrsta
UIf1t ..... -' Nmall plain pack- m price, and as every* one knows tUI
'... #7 -ni/a.I in ONB X1.00 dFar1 #+ # Itr7c
Tonic DAY.
cures rJlU--EUe.bwi1j by1. the purest in the city. "Mtnmnr. : 't'nin.


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