The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00058
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1907. $1. Per Year.

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S i lived s.:,felt'. and their many friends
We Must HaveFLOOR ; !) are glad to see them. DOUBLE INSPIRATION
\ >- NXN-VX w -*>xXN ->xA
MlM Brook. who has been the '
Madam Emma Eame will sing In Capt. Hobson baa gone to war with
guest of Mis Jane Mone, has left
lor Jacksonville February the.27th.: I Orla-laal ] apan. $ r
her northern home. In Interlaken, at the .base of tile /
John Uarnes received Jacksonville Is to have another hotel Swiss fine view of Th. Persian assembly seem to be y
I a floe boat Alps. ODe get a
lavlnga Ben Tlllrnan of
SPACE The structure will probably be regular atime
last .
w..k.I thirteen stories. tb. Jnngfran raising its head, veiled .
with snow In apparent e"pros 111I1.
Mr. Wheeler' launch arrived
I Saturday About GO.UU) boxes are reported to Th. Thaw Jurymen have probablypassed
lit such a battered and broken ty.; One day a aid sat before. an easel I
have been burned by a forest Ore Ina through many trial They
,4 condition that Mr. Wheeler refused turpentine tract on Deep creek last endeavoring to transfer the mountain are all married men.
S to accept It. i to canvas. Whether it wa that she
On which to display the mammoth stock of ) Hereditary Insanity I* the plea, In '
Spring / \ A picnic was. held the Sal-a- bad little artistic talent or was a beginner
on The pledges secured for the new defense of Harry K. Thaw the mur-
;!j Clothing which will begin to arrive on February 1st. tIn dan-a-lib. Island Saturday, by the building for the Y. M. C. A. at Jacksonville she did not succeed In makingan darer of Stanford White In New
people of Couio. Quite a crowd Imposing picture.
have passed the "'lOOO York.
1:: order to accomplish this, result in the three \ mere out. and all\ report a fine tim., mark. I TIle girl drew. back to bar a look at
and did justice to the (rood things her work sighed and dropped ber pal- The groundhog evidently) saw Pile
weeks left us we have decided to let the people have: ; placed before them. Henry \v. Day has been sentencedto ette. shadow on the second of February,
life imprisonment for the murder specially In New York and PennsylvanIa -
.h- all our ""* w Rev. D.Ylllert last week to attend or Albert B Wrenn, by Judge MinorS. "Mademoiselle: seems discounted." .

I conference. Jones at Tampa. said a voice behind ber la French.
An explosion In the Thomas mine
Praise.and Bible Sludy.nYlc. was The first car load of celery this She! turned and aw the pale' face of ear Elkln. W. Va.. last Mouday

Winter Weight Clothes beld at Baptist church Sunday af season was shipped from Sanford a young man evidently In poor bealm.I resulted in tb. death of thlrty-

ternoon.Service. last Saturday. The crop I* expectedto only speak English.- she **U"I eight miners.In .

were held In the M. E.church reach six hundred car. .m sa American." Joint session at Trenton N. J-
c at above New York "Oh. an American I So am I." And Tuesday' legislature chose Frank
a slight margin Manufacturer'sCost. / Sunday a. m. Rev. Hobbs The office of the New York Life y
r + of Pomona officiated In the ..beeenc.of Insurance at Jacksonvillewill be repeated what he bad said In his o. Grigg of Trenton to succeed

S the pastor. be discontinued company and moved to n tithe tongue. John F. Dryden in the United State.
i learn to said enate. He received 41 out of TH ,
March.J. never paint
1 Junior Christian Endeavor' meetIng Savannah, about the first of
This means Stylish, Hand-Tailored, Ele- was held Sunday. afternoon in the girl despondently. votes cast.
D. Mullaney. the new managerfor Perhaps bare been too long at Mr. Russell Sage of New York 1
3 the :M. E church. League you
Finished Suits of the Epwortb
gantly Most Desirable the Jacksonville. baseball club
widow of tbe financier baa givenl.OUU.OUU
meeting was held In the ...enln claimsto I work. Wby not leave off and begin
baa arrived in that
1 city. $ to the Emma Willard
" I Fabrics for Everybody.There "OIIii I have selected a stroug team and It I again In the morning when you are School
for Girl in Troy N. Y. The
CARLETON COLONY.Mrs. that be Is correct. fresh r"That's
li to be hoped Kilt was made publla Monday.
isn't a shop worn or shoddy garmentin a good uggestloD 1 began
Langervelch' ;; has been sick The merchantof Gainesville claim the picture In the morning" Tb. east was visited by a terrtfie
in this store. for the pant two week. that they can no longer keep their 'In that case I would now storm this week. Ten Inches
certainly recommend
place of business open after sunset now fell In New York and tb.
By reason of this redaction on this season's clothing James Fields Is now carrying the owing to the exorbitant rate charged you to work on ft only before storm developed Into a genuine blue 8
3 mail from Carleton to Edgar and In by a lighting corporation which noon. lard la Philadelphia, tbe wont since
; every man and youth in Putnam County can also expressman.Dr. has a monopoly on both gas. and "Wbyr / ; '

and Mr. Wharton have t.ken'' electric lights.Congressman. welt the mountain Is under different taw.Caleb Powers' fourth trial for the !

possession of the new boarding house Clark has appointed light la the morning. Besides, usu murder of Gov. Goebel of Kentucky -
Start the Year Rightwith and have already a number of guests.ri William Towna Appleyard of Lake anyone's beat work Is done In the ha. been postponed. Power mbar

1 Mr. Langervelcb has his new residence City, as principal nominee, and early part ot tbe day" I been sentenced to the penltenary -

a new suit and have the satisfaction of knowing completed and neatly painted.The Meinhard Harts Myerson of Jacksonville you an artist r I twice and given a death penalty -
a* first alternate for midshipman "I paint but every one of an Ideal once.
that he is as well dresssed as the best of them Saxon beautiful I I. residence of the i at the naval academy at temperament either paints a little or It I I. reported that thousand of i
family nearing completionand
will soon be ready for occu I Annapolis Md.Gainesville dabble In writing verse or something bushels of :corn are rotting on the t t

/ pancy. It will be one of thevery wants a union depot.As of the kind." ground along the railroad track In

In this store are the Clothes you'll see ap belt residences In the colony. I a result of tbe petition from her Every morning after that the girl ndian Territory because the raiload -

!'; Board of Trade to the Florida. Railroad sat before her eft..1.) and often the cannot furnish enough/ ear tomove
nworn today in big cities by men who know ---. 1 C. E. Scofleld has his house Commission. Hons. B. Hudson It. yS
ed and Is the 8nl.b-1 stranger who sojourned-for his health
occupying same.The
what style is-who set the style. The illus. / Burr N. A. Blelch and J. A. Morgan -at the same hotel as she strolled by Ell Fotch, a prominent whit man
arrival during the visited, Gainesville this week to investigate
new past
looked at ber ear Tbom..III. Oa.. taken I
work and spoke to her was
7 trations show some of the advance models- \ week at Carleton I Colony were, Mr.: I her claims. about It, now and then venturing a lout at night last week and given
:;t' Miles Fowler of Oklahoma and Mrs. The Evening News, whichwas 'more tb.n. hundred iaabe So .eere -
genuine Schlosa or Kirschbaum suits; medium Amy Rosecran of St. Paul. Minn, a'' Tampa conoolldatlon of the Tainp friendly criticism. But the only word wa the whipping that Mr.
/ sister of Mr. Fowler. The latter a of encouragement be gave her were:
of Globe has Futeb has been able to lit
length semi-formfitting splendid examples Herald and the Tampa hardly or s
f. / has purchased the residence of :Mr. been purchased by a company to be "Don't work too long at one time. lie down comfortably since. A nero a

J( good taste and good fll possession of the same In the near Company, application for you. leave I/. and likely you will the same night by tbe same
staid / future. Mr. Fowler and Mrs. Rose- letters patent for which has been be better pleased with It when youhave crowd and given severe beatings. t
They are not too extreme and not too ; crans are highly elated with the surroundings "
duly mad rested. And what
stranger The the senate
and Investigation by
of Carleton Colony,
h you will find them as good style a year from ( the delightful climate. of Florida. On February. II a Joint meeting of aid proved to be true. la the mornIng committee on the affairs at Browns- o ,

1 tbe Church club of Jacksonville and she was surprised that she bad .Ill* was begun Monday. A score of J
now as today. They are some among our We also note with great pleasurethe the Florida Alumni Association of been dissatisfied with ber work of the egro soldiers of the Twenty-fifth i '

attractive Clothes-models for gentlemen. (E advent of Mrs. F. M. Worden .of the University of the l5o..th.1II be previous d.)'. She would sit down before Infantry, discharged from the army
many ... Potoeka, Michigan who I II a nearrotative held. The Bt Rev. C. K. Nelson ol ber canvas, and after spending a without honor because of their alleged -
them all. of our Postmaster T. B. and Mr. B. Lawton Wiggins, participation In the shooting
in and
Come see Georgia couple of hours with ber brushes It
Hoffman, who came last Saturday.We
y vice chancellor of the on..ralty.will I o p of the Texas town were in attendee .
extend these good would seem that she bad undone all
to people
.. when
the commission beganjlt
deliver addresses. ,
Ilemember, this' sale is no closing out r I' most hearty. welcome as they are she had achieved the previous day. first setting. '

"H of style ( I \ Just the kind of citizens who represent :M.J. Geo. P. Healy a well known Then the stranger would com. along
musty, shop worn garments antiquated' Ijj the best people from their native citizen of this state, has filed In the and remind her that In tbe morning By a vote of 110 to 85, the house '
/ It.t.-H. M. S. clerk's office of the V. 1 f.: court at occurred In tb. senate
but a sale of a.- ..,. when refreshed she would likely again Tuesday
Jacksonville petition and schedules see her painting under different Influence. amendment In tbe.urgent deficiency
LOSS I3 &Co ARE YOU BESTLESS AT SIGHT. In bankruptcy.. Petition claims to bill, granting a loan of $1OOU,000 to
"Go take a walk this afternoon,
uorne9 (IAhERS ] And harrassed by a bad cough? V.eB.Ilard's own real estate Volusla county he Jamestown exposition and aproprlating -
Goods. lie said. "Paint In the itroll
1906-07 Winter Horehound Syrup it will secure valued at $970; that he ba wearing morning; t6 ,ooo for dredging necssary -
SAtlefdaeNEW WHK apparel and ornaments. valued at In the afterooon"In to complete the channel of
sound and effect/
: seep prompt
and radical you cure Bold by Ackerman- H.'iO and other assets worth ate, also this way the picture grew day by I approach. to tb. exposition grounds;
There will be no band acoompauiament with this sale. We are depend- Stewart Drug Co. exempted property valued at o"o. day like the mountain. The darker and for dredging Bush creek to acomuiodate -
Total liabilities ".,08i>,18; totnl assets shadow grew deeper the lighter blended the needs of the life sav-
of the Goods and the real, substantial ",6n.:
hag alone on the High Quality more perfectly with them or the log exhibit.

reduction in Price at which we offer them. .NOTICE.Notice Orden have been Issued directingthe white snow. Every morning the artist John B. McDonald of New York
removal the oRlce of the dl noticed some beauty that bad appeared bo contractor who constructed the
S ; Is hereby given that the vision engineer of the Seaboard
to her'tb.. subway of that city, was elected
commonplace night before
Annual. :Meeting of the stockholder railway from Savannah to
of tb. Panama Const rue- -
of the Wilson Cypress Company, of Jacksonville. Engineer Bagwell will anti finally the whole assumed a grandeur president last Thl.coulp.ny

Palatka. Fla., for the year 11W7 will go to the Florida city with. force of wblcb delighted and surprised ber. ion company has been oruaulied Tuesday. under* j I

fEARNSIDE CLOTHING I be held at the office of the company six men. He exercises jurisdictionover But she was now painting. every day he laws of New York; for the purpose 1

I In Palatka.. Fla., at 10 o'clock a. m. the engineering works of the with the stranger beside ber. Ther. ot building the Panama canal ,

on Wednesday March 6th 1U"7. for Seaboard from Columbia to Tampaand ; was something In his dark, dreamy should the contract be awarded to

the election of director and such from Savannah to Montgomery.The eyes: Ills Intellectual brow, his pleasant V. J. Olivet one of the contractor.
other the business as may coma before removal to be made as soon ns voice. his kindly sympathy that and his assoclatea. fAll
meeting. possible.
F. H. WiiJtov, Sec,.. I charmed ber. Then came a revelation. conductor, trainmen and yardmen
Palatka.. Fla.. Feb. 8th. I'JUT. Rev James P. DePass, a "memberof She was painting under the inspirationof of the Southern railway are to
the Florida Methodist Conferencefor love receive an Increase In wages aggregating .

4 COMPANY Notice to Creditors and Others. the past forty years. and one ol The picture was finished. The girl between $&,OOIIOand ......,(00
the best-known ministers of the Ho
The advance affect liuu-
needed money and tb. stranger advised a year.
pel In the State expired! at 3:15 No flat of t '.
Nodes U hereby given to the creditor* reds of men. percentage
her to take It to Paris and offer ,
..... o'clock
I ,d..lrlhu.nd all P<'hOO. bav \VednesdaynioruingJal increase in Is given to any
in* claims, or F'10rida. Florida Henry deeea.el H. Afr llsoa l. Putnam them Coun.r., in Miami from cerebral hemorrhage and the stranger promised to meet her case beludep.ndent entirely ( f fev.ry

Ana all penona Indebted to laid Estate, .at any time after the attack of It. They met one morning mounts), however from 6 per cent
are hereby required to make payment of the
.ame to u.at once. which completely paralysedhis In an art store where the picture bad aa the minimum to 26 per cent a* the
\ This January ash. A. D lee.MARION limbs from the waist down and laxtmum..
P. WII.MOXaDd been sent before them. There it stoodon
Ai.tn E. WIIXOV the left arm. an easel, and when the dealer joined before the Alabama
There la a bill
; $ 9' 9' 9' 9' alai The New York Packersays. "The
9' Kiecutora: of the lent will Testament : I
he said: which alms at the card ,
of Henry ... U'llaon l>ecea ed. I-I"I top price so far on Florida sold in them legislature
this city was *7 for boxes of Deer- \* soon as I looked at the canvasI parties that are a feature of social

field. grove sold at auction Tuesday pronounced It a Demon: Demond ,if. The bill mention bridge

I 'f hi* is a plneapp.e orange that appeal bad a picture bong last season In tbu e..chre. whist and other game, and
make it a Jail offense, without alterative q
SALE .* to some fancy caterers, and salon a Mont Blanc which I III not allow
FOR ot fine for any woman to
V they usually\ bid very strong for it. equal to tbla. Besides, the style 1* these game to be played In her
The bulk of the Deerfiold
grove car Demood'-colorinlf. value, all.
tone home for prises of value. The bill
-- selling Tuesday from M to
brought When I came to look at tb. name and has been favorably reported In the ,
$o5OIn the store there has beena '
aw another* I was surprised House and despite the large number -
fair of thl- ) '
Improved and Unimproved hind ., Wedding Invitations ; week fancy movement fruit when oranges obtaiuable. The girl whose work bad been mistaken of protests, it I I. believed It will ,

selling from M to M; choice from for that of a successful artist p.-

Both City and Count $2: SO to ta.i O. To bring these prices was delighted A color rose to her State Bar Association.The .
and Cards the fruit has to b.. free from frost : cheek, a light to her eye; a happy convention of lawyer that had

0 -- Visiting ; The term of service of J. Whlt&VIdGibson. :' mile played about her lip*. been called assembled In th. auditorium -
Ph.D., pastor of the M. E. "What would the picture be worth of the Jacksonville Board of

church has come to an end and with Demond' name on KT asked her Trade Tuesday aod worked with.
Henry Strunz another Is awaited. to take his place. friend the sole object In view of .perfectingan
Engraved or Letter $ Spotting this clergyman It is not "Twenty thousand franc** organisation of an association
generally known that be I I. .a, directdescendant whose object I* declared in the constitution -
And with Demond'i 1I.1D4t. collaborator
Palatka, Florida of John Brown the COy. to beTo advance the

______ enanter minister who was shot by t" science of to promote
$ Press Printing in all tbe cruel Claverhouse on the doorstep "In that ca.. I would not give more reform In jOrl.crudeoo.. tb.
$ of his cottage in the Highlands.. than 16,000 franc for It." administration aWj Justice, to uphold

See our flagnlficent line of H* Is also a relative of Sir Colin; On a shelf near by lay a palette and be standard of Integrity bouor and '

Campbell (afterward Lord Clyde.) brushes. He who was befriending the courtesy In the legal profession to.noo..r.ge

approved styles at who won undying fame In the Indian girl took up a brash. and stepping to legal education and to Y
mutiny. Alias Maud McKuiW.the .
$ cultivate a spirit of cordiality and
the wrote under her that
High-Grade Furniture, Carpets, granddaughter of Lord Clyde picture, name brotherhood among the member of .
ef O. Demond-
Is bis
.- now g..t.e. Smyrna Correspondent the bat" I
to Times-Union.. The tableau that ensued wa that of The officer elected lor the Drat

Rugs, Lamps and Crockery. the Palatka News one quiescent figure and two who were year are as follow

Prepare This! Yourself.For astonished. The girls fc especiallyshowed President-R, L. Anderson of
KIGIIT. wonder but at a look from her Ocala
Th Priced are 4 those who have any form of blood companion she refrained from .peakIng Vice president for Pint Judicial

Office. IGive us disorders; who want new, rich blood Circuit-W. A. Blouot, of Penaacola.For .
and plenty of It try this: Kill\
Second Circuit-W. H. ,
NOOSE Tbe Demond stood before
same evening
CAPT. M. R. RYAN. Fluid Kztract Dandelion, ooe-balf of Tallahassee.For .
ounce; Compound K argon, on. ounce; I Mis Barker endeavoring to make Tblrd Compound tiyrup! BarsaparUla.three I her take a check for half the price of of Marlaua.

PALATKA, FLORIDA. V.a your next order.Chamberlain's ounce, tb. picture. For Fourth Circuit-Charles M.

- shake well la a bottle and take Inteanpoonful I -How did you do your work without Cooper o( Jacksonville.For .

dose after .*ch meal and my knowing ItT she asked.I Fifth Ircolt-U.orge; )(. Mar d

I I Sheriff Sale.By ) at bedtime. Any good pharmacy eaa advised you to walk In the afternoon till| ofFor -

For Sale. virtue of .n mmtlon 10."'"' out .01 /7.oJf apply the I igredlents at small coat.Thl when. bribing the maid at the hotel to Sixth Circuit-Jefferor B. / ,
la the prescription watch of West.
Ii, lflroUlt Jiuvul ( ln.-wl.1r: :i bring the canvas to room front Browne
\\1.0::: : an mad. 1 ea.l.Th. Vegetable my
; Znpf, lame up. For Seventh Circuit-WlllUm I*.
In .
John .I..r.. >ftr""'r. ... Joseph Znpf 1..1u" @ @@ @@ Treatment:1 by other the "Cyclone yours and watch for your return. Palmer of Orlando.
I hoeO
Dwarf Champion Tomato Plants Oonlsany. ee Joh" K.Mnrnel oul'r" for ....10 Blood Purifier." It acta gently and certainly But you' seem to have done better For Eighth Circuit-SydI* Carter.
.. sell al p"h"
and Big Boston Lettuce Planti. and .Ommty rat Pnlntka. --- --- --.---- doe wonder, for some people than your piece that has been hone la I ot Gainesville. 55
Iiouw,Jarnt. rotnein ---1-- who sickly weak and out of aorta, I Jack-
Tomatoes $1.00 100 $:3.60 are the salon. s.'Cr.tar-Fred T. IJirnett.
; u'III"'h, CArd of Thanks.To .
per .. .t'
h ilujr .
Kh.rlila,oil the JlhVwiUt. folk Choler and and known to relieve aeitou, .....11-
per 1000. Imurr of solo. nil the rLV :; "That was because I painted under ouirille\
I M..the,'end lornl;Inn'ret' of the.nld, : John It. I..... auyUno 11 awyanvUfa.If r all my friends and neighbors Iwish standing ease of rheumatism and ehroolo Inspiration of 'Jo.I .*'" .rrvn.ur.r-John \\". Burton, ofAr"adl.
d..II..1 the
Lettuce, $1.00 per 1,000. ton In".."I to tho followhig. Vuun pI.coaof to express mv thanks for the .backache. quickly. thought." she replied with .vert- la.Executive,
Patllnnl ,
Term., Cub with order. I &proporty. althnt"i ii many klndn.....* shown m* during'the Make some op and try It. .. Council-tU. .. abu. **. oflIe -
e.n.l II in aiwk ""'. In she <'"'" 01 you want to get your money's wort ', recent protracted !lli,....a and ed face "that I painted tinder aa' InplraUoa. ..ra and D. U. Fletcher, of Jacksonville

C. YnlatkuH. JlOWr.r.I.. aherllr.P010010 and see a good COLD knock nut, a* i,;I death of my husband Daniel U A very pretty Hue of QEBTIIUDE!: OOWAK. : William Hunter, of Tampa;

H. Kennerly V. &OUiI' y. tlorida.3'.c "..k'. Pin Tar Syrup U Sanford Your sincerely and] lace lost .. .mbrold"f".1 W. A. ..M.WUllama of St. Aawuatin "i
JoRtaX: wl M... D. U. SARFOBD. Buk,.. The News '1.00 a,7 ar. and William A. Uooker of Ocala.

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The town election at Interlacben A Man's House
Palatka News last week resulted In the selection of New Church Publication.

the following(; municipal officerst Rev. Father P. Barry, rector of His Castl6
layer, John 1C. Porter: treasurer St. Monicas Cathollo church, has i This week I am showing a ( Is

and assessor, George E.! Glllett; banded In to this onion a copy of the nice new line of ..
and lerk. O. Berklemann ; collector, J. first Issue of the Florida, Catholic a
: : City Happenings; I. Wimberly; marshal, B. W. Black. bright, attractively made up magazine Infant's It should be fortified, protected f/ 3
Personal mention. I The new member of the town council of It) pag.. ,wlth tinted cover and with good paint. Ten houses we .-D- ?

: are Charles Francis, U. W. Ander. artistic cover design. The Catholic > in a large variety of. styles ( burnt up by Blow decay, from not
on and Fred Stoddard. Is filled with dloceslau church news being propcrbpatntid.toevery one

Mrs. Walter Andrews has gone; on The ante and supper given by the and matters of Interest; la Catholics) |at all prices. that is dOlltro'd b.' fir -. And yet it

a visit to friends In a distant city. ladles of Ht. Monloas congregation In and shows marked Ability In Its seeotlou Also] a complete line of) coin but Utile t" k..p"! aoam"well
________ Mrs. Shelley's vacant store Wednesday of timely' articles and in Its painted, If tin 'i' "? l I"1'' of point
Mrs. R. F. Adams hI'sfone/ to night was the biggest kind of a.Uccesa. editorial utterances. 'l'he magazine )Reubens Infant's II used The )bii* punter' ; In lie
Crescent City to spend a tow days. Is to be published monthly from with
The supper was most ex- world cannot do a good Job
lira. S. S.13t'owuln";ot Francis was ceHent and there was a stoady rush luoksonvllle at 1.00 per year, and Is. Vess. paint but Rive a Rood painter
!> poor
edIted llev. JamxH V U. ,
a pleasant visitor la. the city Wed for the tables until the supply was by .rale >
exhau ted. The ladles will realize who, among other tliiimi of Import
nesday. 112.00 from the In Ills salutatory\ says"It ;!* Every mother knows this
Mrs. U. I*. Smith of Putnam Hall supper. will be the con tant aim of The popular make of garment PATTON'SPAINTS

was a guest; a.t the Arlington Hotel Rev. B. L. Lynn spent Isst Sundayat j'lorlda. Catholic to arouse Interest there's better. 1
, on Wednesday, White Springs: where he assisted In questions and problems of Catho. none 1' a 3 .

Haniltn, Mid little In the organization" of a Presbyterian IIc import, to fouler Cathollo sentiment In Dry Goods and Notions '
Mrs. E. B
church and In the dedication of a and \\EI- 1
to inspire energy/ promote Hand
In the will find stock
Christina city I
daughter, are new church house. There will be unity of purpose and action. It you Iny very
visiting relatives.J. the usual morning and evening ser hopeS to secure this desirable result complete.

W. Harrison, merchant of Denver vice at the Presbyterian' church next by bringing Into closer acquaintanceship '

was a visitor In the city Wednesday Sunday with preaching by the pas- ; and sympathy. with ouch other, Miss Hattie N. Buky< will ."''i' :tot a Job that
i4 and ThurBdl Y. or. It IB not expected thnt the new Our Catholic rommuiritles and Indl you will and, wear well.
r Jacksonville organ' will be Bet up In time for the vldual Catholics scattered here and Eiclusln Agency Ii P>lilk. for II* JmllyCitetrate will : economical paints be-
Henry A. Hodges of They lira
services next Sunday. there In practical Isolation throughout : *.
much more
f has been In the city this week, a icauro they cover" .j i
guest at the Arlington Hotel. The regular meetingor the Wo- the vast extent of n diocese miles that American Beauty Corset I surface" and wearo much longer
nan's Fortnightly Club has been measures nearly a t thousand than ordinary pl nu. They are _
Miss M. H. Leach and Wins A. Bel- postponed from this Friday until from end to end. Jt otters to our A CorMl: .o,,|Ullled inywlMra" Ix..pwlection aid by rcpu'jj'o'e! '! rctmlera whore q f :;-Q
lick of Stamford: Conn., aro In the which time inrnest, zealous and enlightened fel- d. ind
text Friday, Fob.Jth\ at ol >lll"h tit. lad 11cM.i buuu exia1; e upon
?r city guests of Mrs. M. K. Boycl. Hon. 8. J. Hllburn will address the ow-Cnthollis:' an available medium the continued patrorn-o of satisfied I i2 e4m \\
for the expression. of Catholic opinIon Cards
Status of Women. Gel Color
Miss Daisy Livingston/ returned club on "Legal/ ciiMonicr.
and its to the dls-
on Sunday: from a visit of several This will be an onnn m..Eltlngand opens pages and hifoiniation frolimAcke1il8LeO1L
of and of Importance -
topics subjects
weeks with her sister In DIIWHOII promises to be an unusually Interesting -
Ua. one. The ladles of the city are to Catholics, particularly to STATEMENT FKOMAHMSTttONG [ PR. CO.
cordially" Invited to attend. The meetIng -' such questions as affect our own local A 01110
Conductor and Mrs. Pritchard are will be held In the club rooms at Interests and needs. ,Should"" its ,
rejoicing over the arrival of a little three o'clock "IYart.Jrov8( a little helpful, in our 1'ulatka Florldn
daughter'; in their home l last SI tnr- : 'In the work of The Well-Know Eye and Nerve '
Rev. Samuel. Green, a colored the ministry in the upbuilding the TlISTINCTIVE style great variety
day.Mr. clergyman of Long's Station In the Church until we all meet unto the Specialist of Jacksonville. W W WWW W. WQ i itl moderate price, "ease the first day

McSpadden of Caledonia Mo., southern part of the county was before Unity of Faith and the knowledge! of well-known and established worn"-these are the distinguishingfeatures
It Is
for a
visit arrived with In his the daughter city last,week Mrs. J. E.a the municipal drunk court and disorderly this week the Son of God' The Florida Catho-" fact that UU per cent of all headachesand Furnish t of "Queen Quality" Shoes which
for being lie shall not have gone forth In vain. We
troubles reflex .
conditions -
Lucas.Bt. pleadedInllty. nervous are have caused them to be favored beyond
a misdemeanor for which lie The Florida Cathollo should obtain their in ( .
It. homemade Judge Calhoun Imposed a circulation having cause eyestrain 1 all other women's shoes in the world;
"' Marks Guild will hold a general among Although! the eyes may seem
bread and cake sale this week One of $l6 or 80 days on the street those of that fall.li In Palntka, and perfect In their functions, there may I and which by the same token bring women

(Saturday, Feb. 2nd) at Uaughton's and the Rev. Samuel took of the the fineIs IW the News will be pleased to number exist some trouble that is latent and : Good in throngs to select their shoes here. Theseason's
drug store. day option. The severity It among Its more valued exchanges. will complications of the
probably owing to the fact that : new styles are now ready.
;t, E. O. Holuomb, after a visit to his the Re.... Samuel ought to have system and I.roduceI strum upon street and general wear Glazed Kid and
I tho entire nervous system thereby
It 0 brother Wednesday, A. morning II. Holcomb/ to his, home returned In known better. Death of Dan Sanford. causing many chronic troubles to GroceriesEvery Gun Metal leathers will -be the vogue with

Andover, Ohio. At the meeting of the Palatka Dan. O. Sanford, for several yearsan develop. discriminating dressers. Priced $3.50 andS
of Sisters last Monday To locate these conditions, a. new
temple Pythian $4.00.
eiHclent officer of the Palatka Some Patent Leather styles
,I Mr. and Mrs. John T. Grlffn are evening the following officers science not taught in the old schools, $3.00.
" again housekeeping in their pretty were Installed for the ensuing'; term : police force, died on Monday last at. tens been perfected and Is known ns Day
' home at the corner of Front and Jennie It. the state asylum at Chattahoochen.About Mils modern Sole
t.", Most excellent chief four months ago Mr. Sanford: Ophthalmology./: By IIEnBl I El'I' CROOK, Agent.
Main streets Brown; past chief Haltie N. Buky; since system. which I now practice excllalvely I
, stricken with paralysis,
\ Mrs. O. P. Healy Hammond and excellent senior, Ella V. Grooms; ex was which time he had Buffered second ) I straighten cross eyes in the

her son. W. B. Healy of St. Augustine Cl'lIentnnlor./ Laura Dupont; manager stroke, which nlfected his brain. A without operation overcome all
ti Daisy O. Neck; mistress of records forms of eye trouble, and, chronic
: spent Sunday In the city at the little over two weeks ago he was r
; : ,Saratoga"" Hotel. and correspondence, taken to the state asylum where it and nervous derangementsdlsappear Year.
; Gerber; mistress of finance, Amelia within a very short time. I have accomplished .
, The Saratoga Hotel and the Arllng Holden; protector of temple, Maud was thought he could get better excellent results in hun )

ton have been crowded each night Neck ; guard of-outer temple, EmmaJ. treatment. But the that physicians his at dreds of cases throughout Florida.I I'' Our Goods are Fro h and New
during the pant few weeks, the majority Edmonson. that Institution saw case be in Palatka In
can seen personat l and would like to have you - -- --- -- -
of guoets. being tourists. was hopelenfl. the Hotel Feb. 2d. we
Arlington on
George Bassett of this city Is a The funeral and Interment was at call and Inepoct them.

, ,. Mrs. R. B. Young of Macon, Oa., member of the lllth company of Quincy, the boyhood home of the K Ice line of embroideries at Miss
" and Mrs. L. Eaton of Crescent City coast artillery now stationed at deceased. Mr. "Han' ford Is survived Buky's store. The Indies should seethe If It Is not convenient for you I] We're !

, have been hers this week, guests of Fort Dade, Fin. At a recent examination I- by a wife nnd two children, a boy. stock to call just phone your order In to Busy

,, their sister, Mrs. 11. F. Adaiuq.b held at the Fort to enquire and, girl.Dan ; No, 81, and it will receive prompt

: The Village Improvement ,Societyof "" Into the qualification of the members Sanford: / was always popular Notice of Application tot Tax Deed null careful attention.
Interlachon la to give an old (fash an to whether or not they In Palatkn. Sovnral years ago' he Under Section 8 of Chapter 1888 Lawsof
loned spelling bee with refreshments, were qualified to become first-clans was ft leader In baseball circles, a Florida i [
on the night of the 15th inst. gunners In the artillery corps of the game In which he was wonderful pro- Notice is hereby given that William I Il'
; L. p. Our tinshop is busy but
, United States army, n remarkable tllclent as an all-round player. He Miller purchaser of tax: certificate Stephens u .' ,J ,
Miss Stella Benham, one of the record was made. Every one of the came here to work for the Flynn No. 138 dated the Oth day of July, A. ,

charming young ladles of Crescent lot men comprising the company Cigar company but later accepted a D.. 1110a, has filed said certificate In my \ 'r not too busy to take care of
City, was a guest at the Saratoga/ qualified as nrst-claea. This fact jicwltlou' on the police force where he once, and has made application for tax Kirby and ]Morris Streets:! ,
Hotel over Monday and Tuesday. caused the chief of artillery. Brig. Tllsplayed l great ability on more than. deed to Issue In accordance with law. : i a;. your work. -

Major J. L. Burton the pioneer Gen. Arthur Murray, to write a OIIB occasion. BuM certificate embraces the following Palatka, Florida. t' ,.
of Crescent City and special letter congratulating the lie was for a long time chief of the described property situated in Futnam -
orange grower that It 17 We do all kinds of tin-
In which be stated Pnlatka Fire department.
one of the beat known men in the company county, Florida, to-wlt: 1
county was In the city yesterday. was the most remarkable showingever Eighteen months ago he resigned SwJ ot net) (less 4 A. In so cor), "'ft ..,..,e 6 f!'"" ",, -
made in the artillery service. from the police force to accept a position section 30, township 10, range 24-30acres. : smith work and do it well.
H. L. Miller has Milton .
gone to with J. F. Brewer, with whom '
EIi'lL'uii lILU
Fla., to erect a 76 ft. 12 column steel Death gf James Burt. he was employed at the time of his The said land being assessed at the I3r i is "hilt .iik ffi: -
I Bring repairing
tower for the W. K. Caldwell Co., of fatal lllnesi.Dun i" your
the date of the Issuance of such certificate
Judge James Burt, probably Great Gut in Prices I \
Louisville, ICy At the top of this !Sanford was .a moan of clever-
: ,
oldest resident of Palatka, died at his in the name of W. L. Buck&: Co. Unless
tower will be 00,000 gallons cypress Wednesday ness and Innate kindness of heart said certificate shall be redeemed according us; we will please you both
tank. home In Palatka Heights on AT THE .
80th, at 1 ::61)( p. m., who made and held friendshipsIlia to law tax deed will\ Issue there "
January '
,. The public schools will celebrate .>f anemia of the heart. 'l'he funeral death In the prime of life I. on on the 2d day of March. A !>., New York 5 and lOc Store 1 Iii : ; with the work and our prices.

Arbor Day with appropriate literary will occur from St. Mark's Episcopal ; greatly deplored, and. the sympathy ti
'. exercises and the planting of a few church tomorrow (Saturday) ut of nil people here will be the 1907.Witness my official signature and seal Nw

,- shade trees on the school house 101J! ( a. m. and the Interment. will be widow and little children.! Mr. Sanford this the 24th day January, A. D. 11107.) ... Here Is a chanco for those III .
grounds. wits a member of tho ordel' of JOSEPH PRICE, who are In need of CIlOl'KKUV -
In the family lot inVest View ceme (Hoall) :
tery. Odd Fellows. Clerk circuit court, Putnam county, Tla." N l and UI.ANSWARIC.; ii ',. ,
Hon. W. 11. Sadler of Lake City, nil Kennerly
resided In Palatka have reduced tho price on
Judge Burt had
deputy state auditor., was a visitor lithe i continuously since 1802. He was a The/ New Dry Goods Store. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under = our good here are a fow L
Wednesday Mr. Sadler Is
prominently mentioned as a possible : member of tbe hoard of oounty commissioners Work on the fixtures and other Section 8 of chapter 45i8. Laws of Items for which mention we ..

candidate for state comptroller In I In 1855!: and later servedas Interior arrangements fur Palatka'snew Fl rlda. mtiko, this issue: fI!
the 11)08) campaign. county judge. At one' time he dry goods emporium soon to Notice Is hereby given that J. J. Cups mill Saucers Sc periml III Hardware Co.PalatkaFla. .

owned a large part of the land upon open, In I hhedouble corner store of the I Hayman purchaser of tax certificate No. r.
u The Palatka board of trade will which the present city Is built. Merryday, block l In progressing! 654 part of. dated the 3d day of July, A D t.s-nr.aldn.t: Dinner iIij" ,

,, hold l a meeting' next Monday night Judge; Burt wits In his S2d year, ly, and the date for the .. rn.pld"I! 18UI, has filed Bald certificate In my office f and other IM.ites at Aveavli.Lamp ... .
: in the council chamber, when it I I. and U survived by his wife, six sons the store has been fixed at Dot later and has made application (for tax (looc 9 of till kinds. unJ iI .
expected that several new members and three daughters. to Issue In accordance with law. Said certificate .
than March 1st "
/ J4 reduced prices.OtIr '
make at
be elected. There will also be embraces the following described
The of the store
some Important committee reports, Piano and Song Recital.On will be proprietor Mr. Edward M. Earnest new;. of property aituated la Putnam county Toy Department useful Is fi ,
full to the bi-lin with
Hon. 'V. A. MnoWllllams of St. Athens, On., a merchant whom the Florida, to-wlt : ij!
'' next Friday evening,/ February8th led As to Lot 8, section 31, township, 11, TI articluH at half tliu regular ,
Augustine In the News has been reliably to Infer
representative -- ---- -- -- --- -
the pupils of !Miss Ida Lelb I C'O.Mi: ; !:: ALL! to thug !Ii
legislature/ from St. Johns county Is thoroughly competent to give Pa- range 23-4 i ,',?,, acre prices./ _
will give a- piano and song recital The said land assessed. at the
and a prominent candidate for Speaker latka a dry goods establishment I
and the following excellent ,
program date of the Insnnnce of such certificateIn
of the House of Representatives commensurate with the demands of
/ has been arranged : Ld. "fc luv. Oo. I New York 5 and ice ij
was a visitor In Palatka yesterday.The its population and the times. !Mr. the name of Hemming <
Ko'hur.IfReI Unless said certificate*shall be redeemed. 't! ,
\iiltI. Kimiest will be here next week and !
new pipe organ at the Presbyterian Piano Solo { :(i>) in tii (ii''d.i; ;: the News bespeaks for him a cordial according to law, tax deed will Issue Store, Valentines and Valentine Post GardsWWholesale
church U being set up as rapidly Hong-Knliy DniiL'u\ Murphy, ...,.ana.... Ayt. >",.. Murxo. welcome from our business men and thereon on the 11th day of March A. D. It Loinon Htroot.. Boyil IlloL'k. 2i -
, as possible. but will probably not \Ruth Minicli.PlnnoHolo citizens generally. 1907. ," N and Retail at
be ready for use until next week -Lima Pml I .. Tlionmn. Witness my official signature anl seal

some time. The organ recital by J (ii> UmliT')ion" the'mile HOMO Huguu.ctnnl loftily Organ Recital. this 31st day of January A. D. 1907. :,:: .mm IIBI,:aijiii.Jt': : :<,ilIl'I'' :"IK::mji1\\! !E
Mrs. J. J. Charles will be held on the *I[lb> A W1 ntur Lul Inbjr; '. il" Ko\BII.MIM JSoal] JOSEPH: PRICE, -- -- -- ROIATTOIN'SPalatka .
evening of the 12th. \Horn Pnrrot. under direc- Clerk ( Putnam Florida.
An organ/ recital the Ct. Court County
... ... ..., .. Durant.
Piano Kolo-V"I.e
Hev. O. E. Klerschner, {German Mini K..|B Willi.AongLove'l tion of Miss liassett, assIsted by Mrs.lIlun ( Florida.
Lutheran minister will conduct services Way ...... lira,Aii.MlHH of Chicago will be given at NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR !E
at the home of F. A. Gerber in Annie lOver..Ourhltt.Mini Hufil the Episcopal church next Thursday Tex Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter ) prices on allWinter lug Stock, New Styles, All Prices.Valentine's .

the Kean: block on Front street, at Piano Holo-On the Kill" Itugim.u evening, Feb. 7th, beginning/ at 7:15. 4888 Laws of Florida. Day, February 14th.
3:110 p. in. Sunday. All friends of 4(a) T.oveI Right Illlcor The following program has- been arranged Notice is hereby given that J. J.Dayman Good, (

the denomination are cordially Invited : 0"K { (It,) With HOBOH.. (4uItci'hlk.PIanoi4ololOOl'rO ,Loch.. for the recital/ !: purchaser of tax certificate No.531partofdatedtbe4th t t

i. to attend. M r.. JII" K. Flurrkl.Voonl "Prnlwi Vntlio. Knthur".... .!lounO BrnhniH.Ml8MHtf Tho Oholr., 1891 has Bled said certificate In office .
Trio Onnllo .nlC. my
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The supper and apron bazaar given I 1'lIrrcott. Jluuuhton, nnd. Huetl. Oi'gmiHolo HulooteU.MlHH and has made application for tax Underwear, -- --

last Friday evening by the Ladles "Awiiku My "..u1". .HllWwU.. .. ... .Wolnmiml.M 'deed to issue" In accordance with law. ) -=== + -=:::-
Aid == .
Society of Ut. James M. K.
Coming Wrestling Match.A (Hites Morntfnu. Said certificate embraces the following -
church, was a great success socially I How Long Wilt I'lioll Koruot.. M... Plrueizer. Inscribed property situated In Putnam Millinery, I -== :Iu tc.ar.n.: : :Iha '
mixed style wre.tllnmn.tch Tim riholi."n
as well aa Unanctally. The supper / ruvluo, Rd..r", .. Gounod. county Florida, towlt s ,
excellent and has been arranged 1 to take place at Dress Materials PAI.ATKA. FLORIDA.
was the receipts 1 Cuss Itaveri'UX.Vlnllit As to Lots 23-24-25, Section 31, town. ,
amounted to something over '"0.00. Fry's skating rink. next week Friday ('l)I'javltl' nil. .. BjilT.
evening!!, February 8th. The match Hoi ll }}lb, Kimtll-| ,.'..":.:. ':Dimula.Mr. ship 11, range 23-120 acres. i Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist a.c'Y"1'-1'
The said land assessed at the
Edward Wlmbrough, representIng Waniur Haniin. being ,
finish between
la to be to a Prof.
"Th .. .. Patents.
Itradstreet's commercial agency! Jacksonville ) King" B.xlnoy.Mr. late of the l Issuance of such certificate '
Chas. Leonbardt of '
was in tho city several days during who U the middle-weight Ureeco- nrgiin. Holo N.. n. ....Iorulloe.. ... .HeluiHed.MINN In the name of Homing Ld. & Inv. Co. tm) cut in two for I PftESORIPTIOHS OARffULLY !
Jnleea said certificate shall be redeemed \ gREen OAHDB5J
the past week Interviewing our business Roman champion .wrestler of the RtlMMltt.' SEED. sata .
men. !\Wlmbrough! was for- world 1. and Waiter J. Willougbby, "My Umleumvr n,nil J, Mr Morutfne Lord": :. "Buak.Minn according! to law tax deed will Issue January to make --...::. 3*"""Z '!r -::: .......... ...0=;;;-

merly of Snow Hill!, Md., and was a better known In sporting circles ns "Hark, Hark 1\11140..1". .. .. .Kholle). thereon on the Oth day of Maroh, A. D. n ___
schoolmate there of Mr. Vickers oft the "Buffalo Wonder. He Is the The Oholr.IlucPMloillll. 1907.Witness for -
place a new spring
t this olHoe. official signature and seal i
who wrestled with last
I man
The first of the series of entertainments week at Fry's rink. 'l'he coming Will Investigate White Fly. this the 31et day of Jan'y A. D., 1007. stock All H. I... Ernest Look and Gunsmith
under the auspices of the Pnl- match will be one of Intense Interestto I ISoa11| JOSEPH PRICE : our goods ,

atka Library association was given lovers ot this manly sport In Palatka. By a voto of 75 to l.'lfl.( the house of Cl](. Circuit Court Putnam Cu. Florida. Jeweler and R. R.. Watch Inspector.
by the Lyric Glee Club In the Athletic Representatives In Washington in ) are new.. i iI Dealer 111DI.yel"
club rooms on Wednesday committee of the whole Wednesdayon Notice of Application for Tax Deed Jlerryday\ Block. Machines,

night. The audience was large and Lost Pocketbook Found. the aJrloulturalapproprlation bill 1 Under Section Sot Chapter 48H8, Lawn. Miss Kale Lucas anil Sewing
the entertainment fully. up to expec- Increased the appropriation for the ot Florida. My stock consists of High-; Hewing Machine Needle
tations. There has been found this week on bureau of entomology from $75,000 to Notice In i hereby given that D. S. Can grade Goods such as Sterling Silver -

Capt. George E. Hall of Crescent the streets of Palatka a pocket book 1118.800. in order that scientific In- non, purchaser. of tax certificate No. .I Palntka, Fin Tableware, Watches ami Supplies.

City and Minn Melissa Beatrice New. containing three railroad tickets, VBRttRatlons may be made of the 184, dated the 4th day of July, A. tts } set with Rings: Bicycle Sundries, Etc.
man of Gainesville were united In two trunk checks and papers to the white My nest of Florida, the Gypsy 1899. has filed Bald certificate In ray mEducation and OPALS,
marriage at the court house by Judge value of about 3000. The ralroad moth of Alntsachusetts, thrlps that oIlo( and has made application for tax Scarf Ping, Lace Pins iiaiuiy

M. I. Coxeon; Monday. The young tickets are Issued to W. R. Weems. attack the cherry trees of California doed to issue In accordance with law. pins in /gold], and gold filled, Gents' K. O. EARLS,
people are popular In their respective Etta and Luclle Weema No peopleof and the tobacco Insect whlnh devastate Said certlllcate embraces the following and Ladies' Fobs the
homes. Capt. Hall Is in chargeof this name have registered/ at local the dark tobacco: regions of Kentucky described property situated In Putnam the prettiest on 417 Lemon St. Palntka, Fla.
the Gondola, of the Crescent City! hotels this week and therefore the and Tennessee. The white fly county Florida. to-wlt: by Mail market and hundreds of other .
Transportation pocket book is probably the propertyof of Florida ties destroyed from threeto pt Rife/ 12. Francis section 8, township things too numerous to mention.A .

tourists just passing through, and four hundred thousand. dollars' 10. rango 20. Fa I.,1.ghoneOr.wplOynolt to g.t.ii.dTMtton.tlUMBMtr fine Blue Unset European Restaurant.
Miss Kate Lucas has already begun more than likely to Ht Augustine or worth of oranges and nursery stock The said land being aaausieil 'at the UJtteoiUrtUulylnMrfttluiiia., ; BuukkutpI Diamond
to receive Invoices of her new other East: Const resorts The book lathe past three ;years, according to date of the Issuance of such sort lunate :Ire.:: ... =,:.Aig.lu. :i....iow1.. & .o.iUod'.. th.m: 114 carat, for sale at a bargain.

spring goods; among which Is a and contents are In the custody of Congressman; Frank Clark, of this In the name J. J. Padgett. Unless said .r.lat.n..1.10,1....tO.Tb.s..hI la stiClu... ...... s. ...'..1.of.so.T't,...:. Please give me a call and convince Furnished Koooms.
large and very complete line of Indies :stherllf, R. C. Howell and the owner state, and the necessity of scientific certffieate shall be redeemed according ciasM.. fr.s. Add. L 1. aniL. re.ss., a.,
fine hosiery said to be the biggest can secure it by applying to that Investigation looking to the extermination to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on yourself S Hot and Cold BathsAt

Invoice of these goods ever Unpacked official and proving property. of this pest was urged by him. tbe 23d day ot February. D.-11H)7.

In Htlatka.. There Is also a Witness my official. signature and seal '" ,m"", ,,,,,,,,,", ,,,,,,,,,
tine line of new laces and embroiderlf Beggar Prince Opera Co. CCEKD LUMBAGO.A. this the 10th day of January 0D.. 1907. & Var

''. This well-known company will B. (Canraan Chicago writes March |3oal| JOSEPH: PBICE, Shoes Free James jis .

U.o. 'V. Lansing; former bust, present the musical comedy "Birds 4, l' Oa. -Having. been troubled with Cleric ct. court Putnam county Florida. FIRE !

ness man of this city and who left of a Feather" at the Athletic Club Lumbago, at different times and triad ------ == Palatka Fla.

here some 18years ago to engage In next Monday evening under the pat- one physician after another, then differ Notice: to Creditors and Others. = Insure your property 13:: To every child born in Putnam
business Connecticut; returned to ronage of that organization. It you ent ointments. and liniments, gave It up fc County during the year 1007 that
Palatka this week: for the purpose of like catchy music, pretty girls and altogether 80 I tried once more. and NotIce .In hfirobjr tflvnn' to tile artNlltom. E against Fire 3 U brought to n. Grace Rowley,
sid "U hay. store before
l lel//atHH,uiMtrlhutW' "parsons my two
l ::
with =
accepting a renponslble position with funny sayings you are promised all got a bottle of Ilallard's Hnow Liniment InC claim or dtMimmU uunliiHt' tie K ttuuof > E 3i months old I will Aooompanln'
: the Pal tk,. Joe and Cold Storage: at this entertainment This comedy which gave me almost Instant relief. I Scary H. Wllnon. late of Putnntit Oountv, give its fir.tpair Pianoforte Teacher and
company. Mrs. Lansing: who Is inJiioksonviile contains many of the latest musical can cheerfully roiiommdnU It, and will two Klurhin. (JitoenmMl.from, thin to ilntH.And pnHumt. tliem wltUlii H. Finley Tucker iC of shoes ABSOLUTELY Coaching on Song pupil,*
years Instruction at
will come to Palatka numbers] now being sung together/ add my name to your" list of sufferers." all perHoim indobtwl to laid Ritntn!: 'REE. Superior ,
as Boon as arrangements can be with a chorus) of young ladles, said are hnreby rmiulrtMl to make pityni mt of thy : Insurance, =3C Residence.

. made for a house. Mr. Lansing Is to: be really pretty, who are also said Dr. K. H, Armstrong, the noted ..HID 1'bi.i* to Jitouury tin at. on.. M'>'lh'. A. D lg"'lT. = Office opposite Court House! =3 William M. Curry San Mateo and Falatki '

one of the charter members of theKnight to know how to sing and dance. eve specialist Jacksonville, pays -rNt1J1\ \ ON ..ndAH Palatka, Florida.. =::3 -
of Pythias lodge In this Monday evening, February 4th, at his next personal professional visitto Wilialld. = Tho Man With Shoes FOB; RENT-Two Furnished 1 ot
-Ity and visited Palatka at the meet- the Athletic Club. Tickets are on Palatka Feb. 2d, and may be seen KxtMutor Msan'y: **, WIlson of.the lasS ieqssed., TaNtnintmtot a-l-flw mmUmmUmUUmm! Unfurnished room Inquire corner
at store. at the Hotel. I Palatka] Florida
L T of tbe grand lodge last winter sale the\Aokerman-8tewart Arlington Oak and Sixth 8th IThe -*-"

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lived snfel.v, and their many friends I I DOUBLE INSPIRATION I
We Must Have are glad to sex them.

Miss[ Brooks 'N44i.'Iet'.....
has been the
Madam Emma Entries: will sing In dipt. Hobson baa gone to war with '
guest of Miss Jane Morse, has left t.I7th. (Original span.
for her nurihr-rn home. Jacksonville February In Interlakeu. at tbe lane of the

John Uiimess/ received l a flue boat Jacksonville Is to have another ho- Swiss. Alps, one gets a fine view .,1tbe The Persian assembly seems to behaving A
a regular Ben Tillmall of a
be >
FLOOR tel The structure will probably
I SPACE I last week. thirteen stories, Jungfrau raising its head veiled time.
with snow, In apparent close proximi
Mr. Wheeler's launch arrived Saturday About GOUN* boxes aro reported to ty. One day a girl sot before an easel. The Thaw jurymen have probably
In such battered and broken
have boon burned by M forest fire In passed through many trial. Theyare
condition .that Mr. Wheeler refused a turpentine tract on Deep creek last endeavoring to transfer the mountain all married men.
to accept! It. to canvas Whether It wag that sue
On which to display the mammoth stock of Spring 1 week. lisa little artistic talent or was a beginner Hereditary Insanity Is the plea in j,
A plimlo was held on the Sal-a- defense
The pledges secured for the new of Harry K. Thaw the mur-
Clothing which will begin to arrive on February let .E- dan-a-lib Island Saturday, by the building for the Y. M. O. A. at Jacksonville site did not succeed in making derer of Stanford White In New
p people of 'oino. Quite a crowd \ have passed the III., UO an Imposing picture. York.
In order to accomplish this result in the three were out, and all report a fine Limn., mark. The girl drew back to have n look at t }
and did justice. to the good things her work, sighed null dropped her pal The groundhog evidently saw his
weeks left us we haw!! decided to let the ppople have placed before them. Henry W. Day has ben sentenced ette. shadow on the second of February,
I to life Imprisonment for the. murder specially In New York and Penn-
'h- ( nil our llev. Davis left last week to attend I of Albert B. Wrenn, by Judge Minor "!\fo "mol"ell" seems. discouraged ylvanla. j.
'sX conference. salt a voice behind her. In French.
Jones at
B. Tampa. An explosion In the Thomas mine
Praise nnd Bible service She turned and saw the pale face of near Elklns, W. Va., last Monday .
V Study was The first oar load of celery this
Winter Weight Clothes I held at Baptist church, Sunday ..f- season was shipped from Sanford a young man evidently In" poor health."I resulted in the death of thlrty-
ternoon. last Saturday. The crop la expectedto only speak English, aba laid. "I eight miners.

I < SurvlcHi were held In the 51. E. reach six 'hundred cars. am an American." In joint session at Trenton, N. J..
"Oh, an Amtirlcun! 80 am I." Aud Tuesday the legislature chose Frank -
1 at a slight ml\l'gil1111oye! New York Manufacturer'sH. church Sunday a. m. Rev. Hobbs The office of the New York Life ;
t of Pomona ofllulated In the abscenca Jacksonvillewill ha repeated, what he bad Raid In his O. Grlggs of Trenton, to succeed
Cost. E of the Insurance company at native tongue."I John F. Dryden In the United !Statessenate.
pastor. discontinued and moved to
h- be
} Ha received 41 out of 70
shall never learn to paint, said
the first of March.
Junior Christian Endeavor meet- Savannah
votes oust.Mr .
This means!:! Stylish Hand-Tailored Elegantly the girl despondently.Terliupa .
t Ing was held !Sunday afternoon In J. D. Mullaney. the new miuinger you have been too long at *. Russell Sage of New York
I < Finished Suits of the the M. E. church. Epworth League for the Jacksonville\ baseball club, widow of
< ,r Most Desirable work. Why not leave off: and begin the financier, has given
meeting was held In the evening. .. .
H claim
has arrived In that city. Willurd
[ 1,000,000 to the Emma
" I again in tbe morning when are
Fabrics yon
for Everybody.<< to have selected n strong teem mid It !School: for Ulrla in Troy, N. Y. The
CARLETON COLONY.Mrs. Is to be hoped that he. Is correct. fresh l"'That' gift was made public :Monday, "
; There isn't a shop worn or shoddy garment a good suggestion. I began
of Gainesville claim The east visited terrlflo
Lnngervelch has been sick The merchants the picture In the morning." was by a
in longer keep their .now storm this week. Ten Inches of
this store. for the past two weeks. that they can no "In that case I would certainly recommend '
places of business open after sunset now fell In New York, and the ..'
By reason of this reduction on this SeI1S0I \ clothing y James Fields Is now carrying the owing to 'the exorbitant rates charg, you to work on It only before storm developed into a genuine blla- J
1 mail from Carleton to Edgar and Is ed by a lightingcorporation: which noon ard In Philadelphia the worst since I I11M 1

every man and youth in Putnam County can also expressman.Dr. has a monopoly on both gnu and \VbyT" /.

and. Mrs. Wharton have taken electric lights.Congressman. "Well, the mountain Is under differ Caleb Powers' fourth trial for the
possession of the new boarding house ent light In the morning. Besides, usu murder of Oov. Ooebel of Kentucky -
Clark appointed i
z':= Start the Year Rightwith 1 and have already a number of guests. William Towne Appleyard of Lake ally.one' best work la done In the has been postponed. Powers
4 : N nominee and early part of the day." baa i been sentenced to the penitentiary -
residence principal ,
Mr has his
Lnngervelch new City as
"Are artist?" I twloe and given a death penalty +
of Jacksonville you an
a new suit and have the satisfaction of knowing completed and neatly painted. Melnhard Harls Myerson once.
as first alternate for mid- "I paint but every one of on ideal
that he is us well dresssed as the best of them Saxon The beautiful Is residence completion of the shipman at the naval academy at temperament either paints a little or It Is reported that thousand of
: family nearing Annapolis, Md.Gainesville dabble in writing verses or something bushel of corn are rotting on the
and will soon be ready for occu along the railroad tracks In
It will of wants a union depot. I of the kind. ground
pancy. be one the'very
In this store are the Clothes you'll see P rii best residences In the colony.C. As a result of the petition from her I Every morning after that tbe girl Indian cannot Territory furnish because the cars railroads to-
Board of Trade to the Florida Railroad sat before ber easel and often the enough
worn today in big cities by men who know A E. Soofleld has his house finished Commission. Hons. R. Hudson stranger who sojourned-for his healthat move it.

what style is-who set the style. The illustrations *' and la occupying the same. Burr, N. A. Bletch and J. A. Morgan' : tbe same hotel ns she, strolled by, ; Ell Futoh, a prominent white man
e+ The new arrivals during the past visited Gainesville this week to investigate looked at her work and spoke to her near Thomasvflle, Ga., was taken
show some of the advance models week at Carleton Colony were, Mr. her claims. about it, now and then venturing afriendly out at night last week and given
Miles Fowler of Oklahoma' and N r.. News which more than a hundred lashes. So severe -
Evening .
genuine Schloss or Kirschbaum suits; medium! 1 Amy KoBecrans of St.: Paul. Minn, a The Tampa consolidation of the Tmnpx criticism. But the only words was the whipping that Mr.
sister of Mr. Fowler. The latter was a the Globe hHS of encouragement he gave her were: 'utch has hardly been able to alt or
of i igood Herald and Tampa
I.} ]length, semi-formfitting, splendid examples has purchased the residence of Mr. been purchased by a company 'to be "Don't work too long at one time. lie down comfortably aln..... A negro -

taste and good fashion. and Mrs. Edgerton and will take known as the Evening' New. Publishing When your work looks unsatisfactory woman and her husband were
possession of the same In the near Company, application for to you leave it, and likely you will visited the same night by the same
future. Mr. Fowler and Mrs. Rose- letters patent for which has been be better pleased with: it wben you crowd and given severe beatings.The .

They aie not too extreme and not too staid; + V i crans are highly of Carleton elated with Colony the, surroundings and duly made. have rested." And what the stranger Investigation; by the senate

4 you will find them as good style a year from the delightful climate of Florida. On February 11 a Joint meeting ol laid proved to be true. In the mornIng committee on the affairs at Urowns-
the Church club of Jacksonville and she was surprised that she bad ville was begun Monday. A score of
now as today. They are some among our We also note with great pleasurethe the Florida Alumni Association of been dissatisfied with her work of the negro soldiers of the Twenty-fifth f
advent of Mrs. F. M. Worden of the University of the South will be previous day. Bite would sit down before infantry discharged from the army
J 1' many attractive Clothes-models for gentlemen. Poroska, Michigan who Is a near held. The Itt. Rev. C. K. Nelson ol ber canvas, and after spending a without honor because of their alleged -

4 Come in and( see them all. relative of our Postmaster T. B. Oeorglaand Mr. B. Lawton WlKglnii couple of hour .with her brushes It participation In the shooting '
who last Saturday!
Hotlman name vloe chancellor of the university, up of the Texas town, were In attend-
V We extend to these good people a will deliver addresses. would seem that she bad undone all .r.ce when the commission beganlts|
a- llernemberthissale is no closing out of most hearty welcome as they are she had achieved tbe previous day. Ont Betting. '
Just the kind of citizen who represent MnJ. Oeo. P. Hnaly. a well known Then Ute stranger would come along
, musty, shop worn garments of antiquated style, the best people from their native citizen of this state has filed in the and remind ber that In the morning By a vote of 110 to 8(;, the house s
states.-H. M. 8. clerk's office of the U. 1 t': court at Tuesday occurred In the senate
lIILOSS i when refreshed she would likely again ,
but sale of .
a Jacksonville petitions and schedulesIn
amendment f in tbe .urgent deficiencybill
see ber painting under n different: influence. '
Dt( & Co ABE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT. bankruptcy. Petition clnlirm to "Qo take a walk this afternoon" granting a loan of 1UOOOUO to
real estate. In Volusln
own county the Jamestown exposition and appropriating -
1906-07 Winter Goods. CLOTHES 1ANER5 yeALIIMORS And harrussed by a bad cough UseBallard's valued at 1070; that he has wearing ha said. "Paint In the morning; stroll $66,000 for dredging necessary -
Horehound It will ee-
Syrup In the afternoon"In
NEWIDRa apparel and ornaments valued al to complete the channel of
oure you sound seep and effect a prompt 9450 and other assets worth $:J!
will be band accompaniament with this sale. We are depend. and radical cure. Bold' by Aokerman. exempted property valued lit MUjU.) day like tbe mountain. The darker for dredging Bush creek to accommodate -
There no Stewart Drug Co.
} Total liabilities ,0o,16, ; 'total assets shadows grew deeper, tbe lighter blend the needs of the life saying -

ii.g alone on the High Quality of the Goods and the real, substantial 1,0.0.: ed, more perfectly with them or the I exhibit. }

which offer them. NOTICE. Orders have been Isniied. I directing white snow Every morning the artist John B. McDonald of New York,
reduction in Price at we the removal of the olllce of the division
noticed some beauty that had appeared. the contractor who constructed the
I Notice In hereby given that the engineer/ the Seaboard AirLine commonplace to her the night before, subway of that city, was elected
Annual Meeting of the stockholder railway from Savannah toJacksonville. '
president of the PanalnaConstructhe -
and the whole assumed
finally a
of the Wilson Crpress Company, ofPalatka FIIgln..r: grandeur ion last Tuesday. This
F....., for the year 1UO7, will go t to the Florida city which delighted and her. company has been organized under
CLOTHING I be heldat the oflloe of the company six men. 'He wwork.tithe But she was now painting keno day company laws of New Yoik for the pur-

I fEARNSIDE In Palatka, Fla., at 10 o'clock a. m. overSeaboard the engineering with tbe stranger beside There poae of building the Panama ounal,
on Wednesday, March Oth, 1UO7, for : from Columbia to Tampaand was something In his dark dreamy hould the contract be awarded to
the election of directors and such from Savannah to Montgomery. eyes, his Intellectual brow, his pleasant W. J. Oliver, one of the contractor
other business as may come before The removal la to be made as soon ns voice his kindly sympathy that and his associates.
the meeting. possible.
F. WII.BOX Secy. charmed ber. Then came a revelation. All conductors: trainmen and yardmen
Palatka Fla., Feb. 8th. I1XJ7., liev. James P. DePass, a member. She wan painting under the inspiration of treceive !Southern: railway are to
of the Florida Methodist Conference of love. an increase In wage aggregating -
COMPANY for the past forty years, and one ol The picture was finished. The girl between $dbo,0aland 40O.COO)
Notice to Creditors and Others. th.. best-known; ministers of the Oos needed money mid tbe stranger advised a year. The advance affects hUl'dreds -
pel In the State, expired at 2:15: flat of
of No
men. percentage
Nation IH hereby Klvon to the creditor ( ber to take It to Paris and offerIt
ltiKiitoifl,cIlHtrllmuwM, and nil iM'muiiM knee o'clock last Wednesday mornlng: <1 Increase In wage Is given to any p
Inii' fliilnll or dttiniimU: o lust the KNliittt the residence of })r. James M. Jackson for sale She determined to do so, class of employes, the Increase lu
llanry H.Wlln i .>il, Inln nf 1'utnnni; Oounty, In, Miami, from cerebral hem and the stranger promised to meet ber being dependent entirely 'I
F"lor-icei Klortiln, dtctmiitHl' to present them withintwoymira / very case
Patatl<.a, >< from title d" .o. orr rag ewithouteithoutfullyregalulmgcl neci there and, If possible assist her In disposing upon conditions. The Increase it
AndroI pumoiin. ImlHtitPd I to Haiti KMtnttt ness at any time after tutus attack of It. They met one morningIn amounts, however from 8 per cent
HIIIIIU to UN atoll required.... make payment of the which completely[ paralysedhis J an art tore where the picture bad as the minimum to 25 per cent a* the
This January' l th A. D.iVll.HONanJAH lour.MAKIub limbs from the waist down aud been sent before them. There It stood ura Imx umT .
n. the left arm.
All St. WII.HON oil an easel and when the dealer joined Alabamahere I
1" :$ Kxucutori of the liiHt Will:and TOHtninunt The New York Packer says: The them he said: legislature, which aims at the cardmrtles
of Henry H. Wilson JIo..'"...... Y-l-Mw top prloe.o far on }'Iorld... sold I... of social,
this HAS soon as I looked at the canvasI that are a feature
city was $7 for boxes of Deeerfield I
The mentlmtsill bridge,
pronounced it a Demand.: Demand ife.
lit auction Tuciuliiv.This
grove and other and
whist ,
euchre, games
bad hung last In ton.
in a plneappie orange that appeals a picture season
makes it a Jail offense, without alternative
to some fancy caterer., and salon a Mont Blanc, which la not to al 1
SALE i of Hue, for any woman
FOR they usually bid very! string fur It. equal to this. Besides the style is low these games to be played In her '

r p The bulk of the Deerfluld grove CHI Demand's-coloring, tone values all home for prize of value. The bill
--' selling Tuesday brought from *4 to and In the
When I came to look at the name has been favorably reported
$..GO. In the stores there has beenn
another's I louse and despite the large number \ -
saw was surprised.Tbe ,
Improved and Unimproved Lind Wedding Invitationsand week fair, fancy movement fruit, when of oranges obtainable tliU girl whose work; hud been mistaken of protests, It la believed It will ,

selling from |:'i to $4; choice from for that of a successful artist '>ass. ___________

$2.60 to i.GO. To bring these prlc(!i> was delighted. A color rote to ber State Bar Association.The .
In Both City and County.Henry (JO the fruit has to be free from frost cheek, a light{ to her eye; a happy convention of lawyer that had

Visiting Cards The term of service of J. Whltflel'l. smile played about her lips. been called assembled In the auditorium -
---- 400 Gibson, Ph.D., pastor of the M. E. "What would the picture be worth of the Jacksonville Board of

.O church, has com to ait end, and with Demond's name on It?" asked her Trade Tuesday and worked. with
Strunz another Is awaited to take hU place. friend. the sole object lu view of perfecting ,I '
.O Engraved or LetterPress Speaking of this clergyman It I... notgenerally "Twenty thousand franc." an organisation of an associationwhose .9
known that he Is direct. .
a object, I* declared In the constitution -
t1J descendant of John Brown the cov "And with Demond's namefa collaborator i
Palatka Florida .O to be: "To advance the
enanter minister, who was shot by ?
science of jurisprudence, to promote 4
.. -- _. Printing in all t the cruel Claverhouse on the doorstep "In that case I would not give more reform In the to facilitate tbe .
J of his cottage In the Highlands. than 10,000 francs for it." administration lawj justice, to uphold '

See our flagniflcent line of Oo He Is also a. relative of Sir: Colin On a shelf near by lay a palette and the standard of Integrity, honor and
Campbell (afterward Lord Clyde,) brashes. He who was befriending the courtesy In the legal profession, to
styles at O O.O who won undying fume In the Indian I girl took up a brush and stepping to encourage legal education and to
4.0o approved mutiny. Mi.sdtaudMoKeuxie.: and
J of
D DEO the picture wrote under her Dame that cultivate it spirit cordiality
High-Grade Furniture Carpets, the grand-daughter of Lord Clyde, brotherhood among the member of
of Q. Demond.
.O U now his guest.-New Bmyrna Correspondent the bar." ''i ,
to Times-Union. The tableau that ensued was that of The officers elected for the first

Hugs Lamps and CrockeryThe the Palatka News o0D i one quiescent figure and two who were year are as follows:

Prepare This Yourself.For astonished. The girl's face especially President-B. L. Anderson, ofOcal.
showed wonder, but at a look from ber ..
Prices are RIGHT. those who have any form of blood companion aba refrained from speaking Vice president for First Judicial ,, ;
t Office Give o0DO.p4 disorders; who want n..w. rich blood Circuit-W. A. Blount, of Pensacola. t
q us and plenty of It. try thU: For Second Circuit-W. H. Kills: ,
The Demond stood baton
Fl1RNISHER. Fluid Extract: D-odcllon, one-half same evening n4
CAPT.\ RYAN IjOUSE = ol Tallahassee.
M. R. ;
MIsa Barker endeavoring to make
$ ounce; Compound) Kargon one ounce; For Third JIroult-lra J. Carter,
Compound Syrup Barsaparllla, -three her take a check for half the price of of Mariana.

PALATKA, FLORIDA. J your next order. *O O.O ounces. the picture. For Fourth Circuit-Charles M.
Shake well In a bottle and take In "How did you do your work without Cooper, ol Jacksonville.

----== --- UD.1 O teaspoonful doses after etch meal and my knowing It?" she asked."I For.Fifth Circuit-George M. Martin ,,

Sheriffs Sale. at bedtime. Any Rood pharmacy can advised yon to walk In the afternoon ,!, of h
"fIP supply the igredbmts at small cost. For Sixth Circuit-Jefferson B.
bribing the maid at the hotel to
For Sale. ny virtue of an n..utlon' '".TKuIrM/ This Is prescription which, when Browne, of Key West. t
iw IJlr..Ult(! ,'t 01 ". ; made theis called "The Vegetable bring the canvas to my room from Ciroult-Wllllam L.
I f John h '!Iraf'rw r lvff, : :r"-53H3S' : '::: .I ::; @ @@ Treatment up. ;" by others the "Cyclone yours and watch for your return." Palmer For Seventh of Orlando.

Dwarf Champion Tomato Plant () Jo onlrrylfor.nab Blood Purifier" It acts gently ana oor- "But you seem to have dona better For Eighth Circuit-Syd-L. Carter. t

and Big Boston; Lettuce Plants. 10)1 andwilI.all'e?: !!"10".":rjM/ ably does wonders for some people I than your piece that baa been hung In of Gainesville.\
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hlghr.t --
the -
to ; weak and out of sort, Fred T. Iliroott. Jacksonville -
Tomatoes of Putnam,, lllff 'l"rKliirKIn who are sickly the salon. Secretary- :
8.60 HOIIHB door .
$1.00 Thanks.To
per ; oil tho Itli iliiy of M "'!!!. ii .rlilit- Colic Cholera.nd Card of and Is known to relieve seilous, longstanding "That was because I painted nndet' ,
par 1000. till* tliu' "I I leiial liouri: ; of sal: :*, f": ..J"hit p'rHHSS :::; Cn-mberi-in s plarrho.i n It
I 11 now. i-v
Lettuce I ai ... Itonrf.UBuy mmy
1I.0Oper t 1,000. to.. I" 'Vo"tl ph.li- Uh to ..x pre.. mv .thanks for Hit lo backache quickly.' "1 thought," she replied with averted Arcadia.Kxvoutlv.
Terms, Cash with order. of ,[ "' / tunny kindness" shown in. durluv Make some up and try It. face, "that I painted under an .Inspiration. Council-tha above otllB -
*int..and II in BUwk liliI, I" the Oltjr of If you want to get your money'wnrt the recent protruded Illiicmi IInd,1"Ath ." GERTRUDE GO WAN. rs and D. U. Fletcher of Jackson'

C. 1'ululku. HlwrllT.IMitiimii and! see a good' COLD knoek-eut, u* of 11 iy husband, Daniel U. A very pretty line. of embroideriesand villa; William Hunter, Auguste
icoWEM.: of Si.
H. MoWllllams
R. O. Sanford Yours sincerely, W. A. ,
Kennerly received Miss
,Ioun.,', rlorIdn.s5 Tar U lace Just by
Peek'Pine Syrup. and William A. Uocksr, of Ocala.
,o JoafOrC '.'-11I101 MR* D. U. :SAlfFOBD.: fluky, The News (1,00 a Jut,
Palatka, Florida w Attorney for tjemplalnaata''

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PALATKA NEWSEntered aanaaaaaaaaacGBECECBBCceEEEBBnECEDBDCBBfflBccBu-EEccccEH 8 WEARING A WIG. What You Know About anti
8E Chew \
at the Palatka postofflce I -
What State Editors E 8B
) B.S mallable matter of the second I A" Help to Ik. Health ot lltomm With 1
class. B Bald H...... .

: _____ An eminent American who while In

: Published at Palatka, Fla., on g Are Saying ParIs consulted a famous physician of Know What YOUl Are Chewing 1

Frldayi byRUSSELL. i that city to ascertain If there was any _
remedy for baldness was told by the

A VICKERS. CDCCEECRB-KKEECCEKECEBDCB-II m r.c c c rn c o o doctor that the best tiling to do was to

wear a toupee or wig. The American of
Vm. A. RUSSELL Enter The Legislative Lobby Muck Lands Do Burn aid that ha always regarded the wearing There is real pleasure? ;r'I chewing;; chcwcro and pounds tobacco

Quoting from the Pensacola Jour The drained muck around ot chswed to the population in those :
-- lands a wig as au evidence of a man'svanity where the ,
nal's Tallahassee. letter In condemnation JCIsslmmea are burning in several but ho wa quite surprised the best tobacco grown -
"Has Seen Better t
Days. SCHNAPPS tobacco
of the corrupting legislative places and will probably continue to \VII,," tho French physician replied: best tobacco grows-in tfro famous States where
We in the whirl lobby, Editor Appleyard of the Lake do so until there Is rain enough to
meet with A mna of "You are quite mistaken.( The wearingof was fir.-1 sold than there are in the
the streetWhose City Index sayst"Just I give them a thorough wetting.Muni .- Is Piedmont Country. f
a wig regarded by those who have
cloth Ing la threadbare and previous to each session of tee Hirer Journal. of this States where SCHNAPPS has not
the legislature the carefully the subject of health Qnly choice selections
worn newspapers begin
From the ;time-battered hat to the the publication of just such as Walpole Thanks Sparkman I as a beneficent safeguard A mnn who well-matured and thoroughly cured yet been offered to the trade. !

shoes oil his foet above. In an experience: of over Manatee County appreciates the from any cause has lost a good part of
Hla garb la all tattered and torn. twenty years .nt the (State:! capital, Holts of Steve Bparknxm In being his hair usunlly loses It some time after tobacco is used in making SCHNAPPS is like a cup of fine i

1 The friends whom he knew when the during/ legislative. sessions, we have Instrumental in getting an appropriation middle lire. when, : his vitality beginsto coffe sweetened just enough
sun on him shone never seen all this corrupting) of of J70.000 for the Manltee river ebb. You Insist bear in mind that tho "SCHNAPPS. That's why SCHNAPPS Java <

Upon bin condition will gaze I members that we read about. We and $:!' .OUO( f"r Sarasota' bay Included scalp Is flllod with myriads of blood and others of the Reynold's brands, to bring out its natural, stimulating
And say In a careless don'tcareadarn believe that, taken as a whole the In the rivets and harbor bill, which vessels, and when: It Is exposed< with-

tone: people sent up to> make. our laws areas Ins beoll reported favorably to theHouse out the co\orln' that nature Intended as shown by the Internal Revenue qualities. SCHNAPPS pleases all t
"The fellow has better dnys." honest men nil can be found. All This and
seen means much to ,
, us to give It a man Is apt to stiffer from classes of chewers: the rich be-
this talk of 'lobbying and 'buying will go .a long. ways toward straightening statistics for a fiscal year made the
Once the features now marred sudden and nettle attacks of cold
r ; of votes' is fol-de-rol.. People ( Catarrh -
, the poison of drink dn> attend and pure urge the passage/ of greater our depth channels of water.and giving Seve us oldtitan a mid liilini'iKii. I have often prescribed wonderful growth of six and onecause they do not find a chew; that

Were as clear as a noonday of pet measures but we have seen more the wearing of a toupee or wigto better
you are all right, and we lift net really pleases them at any
million or a
prlnp;, of It done oincials than out quarter pounds,
by by our hat In your honor.-ManIteeRecord. a patient nlu hat, como to me complaining -
The feet treading dark brink clone to destruc.tIon' "- siders. If Florida olllclals and legislators of hi* cejitlbillty:: to colds, gain of one-third of the entire price: ; the poor, because it.is more ..

- Hit the pave with imperious ring, prove them are and corrupt turn them bring out.charges But, Thinks It. an Outrage- nnd In nine cities out: of ten after the increased consumption of chewing economical than the large lOc. or ,
line been the
flckle. His life- wig( worn susceptibility
But fortune was don't lot them era: around for sixty: '
eklee.Vere alas I days with a suspicion: hanging over .Jo'. J, O'Hnra. has again been acquitted bas ceaseil nt onco. !Many\ cases of and smoking tobaccos in the United 15c. plugs and they get their money's -

, blurred by adverglt-y'g haze them that each. one Is only waiting I of the charge; of peoI1ap0.I ; deafness I hive traced: ( to colds con worth of the real stimulating
And now he Is one of that soul- his price. It is worse than criminal I The government has postponed the stantly reclining In those) who have States. snappy -

broken c class to: do this." other cases against Mr. 0 Harn .and lost their hilr: and who have providedno chewers cannot resist flavor so appreciated by tobacco -
The fellows who've seen better others until another term. Tha. persecution substitute for nature's covering. Evidently,
days. Good Editor-Poor Shot- of Mr. O'Hara for that Is SCHNAPPS lovers. All imitations con-
of chronic
what It developed Into, IH .an outragefor Some cases sore throat are they
, He feels not the grasp; of an outstretching The Live Oak Democrat. ot which which the national government traceable to the same cause. In some because SCHNAF cheers them tain much more sweetening than
hand J. F. Sherwood In the editor,contains ought to be ashamed. The Record Instances patients Buffering from tuberculosis -

t/ To lift him again to the track, this bit of personal information con has little respect for the Assistant of the lungs In the early more than any other: chewing toSCHNAPPS.. They are made that
The hope-spark within his heart cerning that excellent gentleman : United States Attorney Oonerul and stages have found decided protection
Is fanned J. F. Sherwood and W. U. Dodson bacco and that chews to hide poor tobacco impiop-
w lIever others who took a hand In thin outrageous from colds by wearing a wig. Those every man way
By abraclnit-up pat on the back. returned from South Florida last treatment of a citizen including -
.' :No word of encouragement reaches evening whe.'e they have been on a that little fellow who came who need to wear a wig and will not SCHNAPPS passes the good thing erly cured.

J_ his ear camp hunt for ten days pwst. They from 1'ensaooliv Just to get a hand In do so must be regarded as victims of chewer makes other For the man who chews tobacco
his vanity rather than those who, accepting along one
f But men on misery gaze had a fine time and( returned In fine the pot.-Jo'ernAndlna Kocnrd.

$ And say, with a sort of contemptiou spirits. Two deer, were killed by the inevitable, make the best of chewers-until the fact is now established for tobacco's sake, there is no chew

'; sneer: Mr. Finney, of the party, while Mr. Not Pharisaical- their misfortune for I regard( baldness 0
, '.The fellow has seen better days." IHxjHOTi caught null In abundance.Mr. ns nothing less than a misfortune to that there are many more like SCHNAPPS.Sold .
"Sherwood killed time as usual, The Hun, with all good people, rejoices -
man or womnn.-Lesdie's Weekly
The ladles who once his society the any
over apparent reforma.tlonwhich
. but failed to kill a deer that rose ,
--- --
r soughtNow ; within six: feet of him. has been brought about by at SOc. pound in 5c. Cuts. Strictly lOc and ISc. Plugs
ahead when
: stare straight
the presence of the Cut peppers and U., LOI'IK HAI1KT, aS ITBn TlU.I.IJlRn
they meetA Guard The Prisoners their revival siirvlcas, A large number I'nHltlunU. leery.alld Treat
, nil Bay to each other: "The slovenly of accessions have boon made to -
sot Escaped convicts from the camps the various churches, and 'n number The G. Loper Bailey Co R. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wln8ton-Salem, N. C.

Should not be allowed on the and escaped prisoners fiom the Jails who have heretofore appeared Indifferent
street I" .are subjects which are beginning to to the Bide of religion have --

:No thought of an elTort at \lifting; ....rlollslyaKltate the public mind In professed faith and entered a determination Fire Insurance: 2 22 22 2
him from Florida. '('h.. problem of crime Is to do better things in p:

The web of adversity's ways; bad enough at best but It becomes future Uainesvllle has/ for a long S CHURCH SERVICES g grrrBrrrrnatiaaaanL.ii.rrrrr.rcn
He's down In the balance; he's only very much more Uitllcult to solve 11 time enjoyed a distinction throughout i.eading.imei'ica and Foreign P1

a bum, we cnn't hold the criminals after the State. an being one of the .
The man who has) seen better days. they are convicted nor keep the suspects most moral and Godfearing cities In Companies Go. f
in jail until they are tried. Florida; but even In the most moral ST. MONIeA'sCnVDCII, Bov. P. Hurry, ru: Merryday
How unfortunates might be ,
many rector. Communion nt
.p"lalmpd Live Oak Democrat.Want of localities! there Is always to be Accident Insurance: -Sunday: Holy
7 Mans at 10 Humlay School
a. m., a. m.
p And Into activity spurred. i to Bre8the- found material hence the coming; of at 3 p. m. Rosary and Ilenedlatlon lit
these: famous evangelists has result The Travelers of Hartford Dealers in
toward their old
efforts standing
Their I 7 :30 Third Sunday of each, month
The state Is still breathlessly waitIng ed In a mutual Uodsend to the community : p. m.

ground aimed, bear who Mass at 0 a. m Instead of 10) a_ m.
; to Is to be inspector of
and its individuals. It Is to
By just an encouraging word. state convict camps, or at least the Life Insurance: Week days : Maflu every morning at 0 :.3D,
From out of the gutter full many a I 14U applicants ar.Ve understandthat cannot be regretted prolong that their the work Culpeppers here- "Way of tho Cross" Fridays nt 4 p. m. I Crate Material I''

gem the list of possible appointees Is
manhood efforts Unlnesvllle Sun.: The Old Reliable "Uermania Wm
Of our might I II down to three. That a fourth came ST. :MAnes EPISCOPAL, Eev.

raise. from Tampa with a formidable Undertakers Wvlllle. rector. Sunday senlo: 7 of all Kinds.
up Keep AwayWe -
But no! In our pride we have no endorsement, but for the best of reasons Life" of New York a. m.. Holy Communion : 10 a. in, Sunday (
use for them. he had to be passed by. We don't die very often down heroIn school : 11 a. m,, matins and sermon :

The men who have seen better days are not at liberty to name: the three. Bradford county. The report of Marine Insurance: 7-30 p. m.. Evensong. Strangers are ) a "
-Denver Post. Ocula Star. the census taken In 111415 Just issued welcome, seats free. Fruit and
from the allies of tbo Commissioner
r of Agriculture shows Bradford's' The Leadimg CompaniesAll ST. JAMES METHODIST CarEen R,,".
; per
THE DUTY OF HAPPINESS. Distancing His Competitors centagre of mortality to be the smallest J. F. Boll pnwtor. Preaching, at li a. III.

So far Eugene Matthews the edl In the state with one exception. Claims Promptly Sunday school 3 ::30 p. in. Evening sur- "Vegetable"Wraps.
; Keep You Face to the Sonllicbt an* tor of the Starke Telegraph and Our death. rate for the year 11*>5 was 'vice 7 :30 p.m. Prayer meeting) Wednes- J
Smll Ttirouarh lour Tear. member-elect to the next: legislature one seven-tenths to each thousand Settled. day evening at 7 ::'M o'clock 'i h.. sacrament -

I know an old man who has bad a Is distancing; all of his competitors of our population. Only one of the Lords Supper each lint

great deal of trouble and many losses in his race for speaker of the house other county in the state shows so Office. 28 Front St., P.f.L.f.TIU.FL.f. Sunday All are cordially invited to
He Is clean-cut. and true Iowa death rate. Bradford attend these aorvlefs.rBEHDVTKUIAN .
and misfortunes, but be started out In suave as as County

life with a trm determination. to extract the needle to the pole to his friend- Telegraph. _ We have Just placed In stock a complete CllCItC'II ItOV. L. R.
ships and convictions-OcalaManner. line ofCrockery Lynn, pastor. Sunday service at 11 a.
;just ns much real enjoymentfrom An Other
... Example to Roads }
-- --- school
and 7 :30 Suuday m.
m. : p. m. p.
it as be went along as possible Palatka Florida.
WELAKA.Mr. It; Is etated that the management Strangers are welcomed 10 all the services :
not In but In wholesome ,
of the Florida" East Coast Hallway of this chutchBAPTIST L
recreation and, fun. lie hUB always : and :Mrs. Kugene Rhodes 01 has offered to bear one-fourth of the } i''
lle\. J_ J. Farmer
and the lot embraces of the CHURCH ,
tried to see the humorous side of some
of the
Westbrookvllle N. V, arrived the cost approaching 1'once de
things, the bright side and the duty of last of the week and are stoppingwith Leon celebration In St. Augustineand prettiest pieces ever shownIn pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m ; praiuh-
Palatkn. Would and 7:30 in Baptist
like IngatJla. ;
m. p.
bapplucss. \Mr and Mrs Jacob Clarke. in addition to this promises to
to show them to you. Young People's Union, 3::iO p m. Strangers
The result is that, although this man transport free nil state troops coming
"Mrs. I.. 1C. buoy and daughters, Prices reasonable ate made woioomo.IN .
has had more than his share) of sorrowIn MUses Hosa. and !Nettle returnee to pnitlclpate In the festivities of the. Then we Snlo 111 llNWneiulvhalf ( (

Ills career lie has developed the Inestimable from Crescent City Bun-Jay: after occasion. This Indeed very generous hBVOFurniture Established 26 Years. million
act on the part of Mr. Flugler'sroad 05)1'ItT OK COUNTY .II'IMIK:. In nml
faculty of making tile best spending several clays with relatives for I'ulnntii I'OIIIII Htiitc' of Kliirldu., dollara.
and that the and House
of the
: of every situation and of always facing Mrs. Hoi ley's mother, Mrs. Hunter, one people 111. mutter HK111 I 1'1"IN of I". V. tiuun, n> Our eon,,I'lnurd prosperity bespeaks fair dealings with thounaiuls ,"i"i iivell
ancient .
the sun and turning his back to the who was quite lick: Is some better. What city a should pity some highly or the appreciate. other- Furnishing Goods ('':"" "lIlo..t1h..III"L II. SI..II.tllI.,i .h"o"d.III will I uml, ,lrnuuiis.nl e'l 11 I' lllllllH, l (I otUlrtlH .faitlil ,,10110.1 i cimtonifis. Complete HUM of Stationary and Portablend

shadows. This life habit of cheerfulness Quite a party of young folks makea big; systems of the state did not take tfalatur nt |tll\titu HIII| Il'm ElllthlCK Holler. Saw Mills, .and all Wooil 'Worklnfr Maclilner :
visit to Jieeclier at prices remarkably low. Call and | unilHld I !litlon uf Hiild) ) petition.' It nnponrtnu IIIMI alnrg'" stock of Allll\ buppllc now on hand. Get our catalogue and
aud optimism has brought out a Sulphur Springs; more Interest in the life and welfare Inspect them. ; : Suit nil: of tlu\ :pcmonH: IntcnmUMl: : :: lit
sweetness of character and a poise and Sunday afternoon. of the towns from which they draw ,"luI rt'lll CHtllU* ll'HCIIlMMl' 111 HIlUI petit h.( .., prices. We have no connection,

serenity of mind which are the envyof The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal In part the funds necessary to pro R. S. MOONEY. me That', lloii-lVHhlenlH MablInn. I', IK-HIT..f tIe ,Hull,'.hh'.of In,lorlilit Minitli", ", (1 I. In Jacksonville Fla. Address nil

all who know him. Although he bus church gave. a musical Friday vide dividends for their watered Mold, Winumt; tht('nroIlut Uuchlln. H liMiirtln .- communications toMaisby ;;...
lost his property and the most of his night; at the residence of Mrs. F. C,. stock,-Pensacola Journal Kottee of Application for Tax Deed ,ourtu: :, Miutlii, 1',,,,:luis Mm I!In, IMlll -
Cochrane. Unite a large crowd at- -...-- Under Section 8 ol Chapter 188H Law. a : H, Miutln: I nnd i H. .k. ci,,it .us. IMII, li rII.. l l I Co.
family and relatives yet he radiates I In lliilnllitltl. Vermont; tIt Mil" g. Idinci, : ::
sunshine and wherever ho tended. Borne very dltilcult and pret- How' TliN of Florida.. ruHliIca 'luCiiliot, Vermont; tlint ). II. /Mouk- ,
helpfulness ty selections were rendered all\ ot We offer Ono Hundred. Dollars. Rewaitl for Notice is hereby given that Archy or II lid H. II. iMiirtln, ic'' ...10, I In r:nst Mutit-( -J : _
goes. an? Vtrmoiit 1, that !lUnlM'tlt: (I, M. tel,surl.- 41 S. Forsyth St.,
which were very much appreciated. raw* of(Catarrh that Cannot bo cured by HallC&Ktrrh s Moody, purchaser of tax certlllcate 1 I lilY IM'IUT, n'au.I's! :I In: MonliM'llcr:: Vermont: ; tliutHophloM : '
A man who can laugh outside when During the evening refreshments Cure. No. 103, dated the 1th day of July ..-.hh..11I I 11o'i..11. V u-. Atlanta Georgia.
'- he Is crying Inside, who can smile were served bv tin-. ladles and aftera W.., P.l CIIESEYCO., ., Toledo, 0, A. D.. 11101) has mod said certificate (' ," ; Ollrltll'ri, I I:;. lioviiiu-lir.',', roIulc'* ,
IheulIIo"'llIo"' l huvo known F.J.Chcncjrfor iN"1\\\\.1:\:: \ ;
,. Ablilu. -
; when he feels badly. has a great accomplishment. few more songs, and I the Indies, tha IftHt. IjyeurM; uml, belIeve him, perfectly In my ofllao, and has made application I In ( ", ....hl..ln) ) Wlfimnlii WIIII.III1\\"I"'OIl"II: that AhoHtcr --- -- -- I I
We all love tho one through Mr. Koljt., Packard, thanking ho n oral>la,In nil bUHI..... i rtuieftctlotm nail flnttn- for tax deed to Issue In accordance lit h..tllIlJ.I .......'r. iiMklcM I In MontKoimrv:, ,
those for their kind chIlly ni>i to carry one any obll *tluus maul with Said tI..., KoMli, rcNldcit InKmnliiglmin. 3 --- ------ -.---.-.-- .
who believes the sun shines wlion he present attention by Ills linn, law. certificate embraces the MHlnuim I ; (Jeoriiu
the entertainment was clos WALDINO' KIVVAK"' MABVIY, following described property situated in : AlnlHilmi: I Hint "humS,', I I'. We :
cannot see It. Mm'tin,reHldca I turtle, Vermont, tlint A.rnriucr are now prepared to furnlsli to order all kliuU of
A potted rose In a window will turn ed. The program for the evening; ImloMnlri, J>ruifKi"<., Tolfilo O. Putnam county' Fonda to-wit : unit (.Ifoitfu \'. Cl Mnitln rculdo, In
its face from the darkness to- was as follows\ : directly Haifa C'ninrrh upon I h(..'ur..lo bloiul au trtkuu, T. Uockton Illliiolri, nml tlint rnnnh' )1.H"own Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber i
away ", ii iiI) KdMln: Mmtln KitUI(* I In Unckfonl -
Dut't Poet fluid '1I0.lt. .. 11) K. 20. mat. and N. 600 .
HIIIIH| > a>BUM' 'u. Tt-Htiinunliiln nent 1 free I'tlcv'fa run ft.V. such
t ward the light Turn it as often as 1111..,,-.IIldA'CHI anti MuuuItli.1)uett.iriiirt liar ""1110, SolO' by nil drugglaiBTako 330 ft., S. 009( ft. and E. 330 ft. to beginning I IlllnolM u Hhnre; I In mid thoHd tltnt roiliiln t ncli lundn nrti (*nlltliulto In- I

you will. It always turns away from M."..r.. Kobt.Wutcli mid Clint. 1'nckar.t._ \Vlllliinm. Hatl'B Family 1'11I. fur conUpivtlon. being a Part of ae'j l of set of section Pill limit. t'onntv, Mtntu of r'Iorhill.,|,*HUI,'DM,dIK Flooring Ceiling, Sideing, Caseing, Etc.,
the darkness and lifts Its face upward it.-uiUng( _ .H'loot..l. 15, township 10ranne2G/ acres' I IhuNoith' I Inilf, ol I lie Mouth I half of Lot I, and would 1 lie
Mr.. r.. A.. Morn .. of Hkx-lt' 'l'W.N'I'\-'I"III": : : (Jll, tliu Holllliluiir pleitsnd to figure with you on your next )
townril< the sun. Dunt-Flute nml IMi.no. tn.iir*' Blake Notice! The said land being assessed at the I or Lot i l.ot mock) III I'lIlY :i.mii i i.t n. older. Klnir im up 'Phone No.Ill, or call on us at our '
So we Instinctively shrink from: col Du..t-F..Ilvn[ lit..rvIu Hhtf. Fur (the purpose of receiving tax: In the name of Unknown. Unless I : lull '; I Ice \Veit Illllf uf
Inky natures and turn our Hlng. ,
lot I I. and tlio wliolii lit Lot I, of IllntkIHIHl'YTWDl.ttl Maull
M INN Helen. (1..11'.11I. nnd MlMft returns I will be
at the Manufacturing
Hitilth. following said certificate shall be redonnu Company _
ac Fin.j .
faces toward the bright the cheerful Hnii (_old. HI tick J 00 Mr. lUiht. I'm'knrd. tIle Lot i. of Block T, palatka
and the snimlilny. Tin-re Is more virtue Fltiuo Halo[ \ \VllHMrlnu| Whet... places as given below : cording to law, tax dead will Issue thereon and,till Of I.0t 1,ot KlUt'fc' H I U'Xl'pt tll.' tllMt:, -
all.. Viol Francis the 33rd ot u.s fl.Ct Of Mllltl lot 1, COIlM'MHl to \\ lltHflllNtOld'H
Mcluo Feb. on day A.
.Tuesdny, IllI'milel February, D., ;
In K. HodKHttmllKlUlHlOllOf I
ono HUiilietitn thnn lu a whole ) Of H. KlULk
WlilttlltlK Ho In r.on Hmlth., . -
Wednesday, ""..b. 13. ,
> 1 hi 191)7Witness 'I'W I':N'rY U"l, nil I I ot u Htimilinn, ncfonllnil to
atnir>Hih( of clciutl and 'uhUL-4 *rturv Mho Me i.uI.
re gloom.
| matte Holo _... ._ He-lH-rio. Hollister Thursday, Feb. H.Interluchel1. my official signature and seal tllll 'IIIIIP tI"'i"' '..f. IIICll. III I III' lllolk'H' Ollll-O,
Your ability to carry your own sun MN Hmlth.Duet 12 to 5 p m. Fri, Feb. IS.Keuku this the ICttt day of January D., l')07.\) of I'utnniii, ('(,itlltt)-, riiMldu. nn ,,'1 forth In ,,
shine with you, your own lubricant -Khite, nnd H1i.no. Hdoftud. K to I 11 I Feb. [Spalj] JOSEPH 1UCE 51,1,1 1'olltloillNow, -. ... : '-" -" --.-- ---.------ __ (
Ijfv an,tt i. and Minn I Hinlth. a m, Saturday 10. thi'lffo!'! >ott mul, "*" 'h of .1011 i, till : ,,. -j' .. '-"-. \'_ "\
your mvu Unlit so that no matter how Trio _. ._ ..._. .IHT. Troulwboiir Putnam Itch_ "Tuesday. Feb. It). Clnrk olronlt, court Putnam Ooimtr, Fla. mild perHonH al o\it liii hint. uml, I Inti'ii.attnl -
hem-\- the bad or dark tho way you MiHHO" lire..txl mid. MUx Hili"". (irauudinVednesday, Feb., 20. huriMii.nro licri'bv ,notllhHl slut illtd to "I"po.orlt"r"IIIII"d -
xhow ((IIIIM If lill\t, DIRECT
Ho'UK nnd Chorui, -Hlntf, lit U 11 Hotift of thnHtinnv Floriihoma uny voll FROM OUR DISTILLERY
will ho to the Thursday Feb. 21.
equal emergency, will Moutli, -Mri.jt. Ij. CJnnuiuooil' uhvtlin pinM'r of Htild ,petition I Hliould not
meiiHiire your ability to continue and MfHMrn. Kohl nnd (iii lit. Piivkard soul uml Mullein/ 12 to 5 r>m, Friday, Feb. 22.Bannu'rviilesch'l Thousands Have Kidney I bu ltriint'il (mul 4u",1,1 .:",'clilor. nutliol"'l/ctl i
ull'I-ord..llo| | | mnk 1..1 ,,, ,
IA'..Hinlth., house. "Sat., Feb. sit .hl"I..I it ,
to iH'hlevp Success. .
Dm tllciHMif .
mid pioci'ddt dutrllmlri( I.
Juice a neat tuiii was. realized- by Bardln. 8 to 13 a, m, Monday, Feb., SO. Trouble and Neyer Suspect it. onlliiH( to law In scant \.11... nnule I mulprolh'l.

A FRIEND.A the ladles. for the benefit of the O. F. BCI.I.ABD.Tax How To Find Oat It IH fiuthur. o..h..1 l that- I lain IlotI,',. IMI WILLOW DALEWHISKEY
guild.On Assessor Putnam CQ. Fill a bottle or common, glass with your puhll.hu,111I n weekly iuMMiuper|' pulillMliiHl. .
February 11th there will\ be water and let it stand hours I III u Niitd Pillaani I 1!0111113*, four uoiiHeiuitlinfttkH i l
hurhor of ; _
refuse from the '
stormy priH'cdlim Fi'lirumy mill A. li liurr> ,
C. H. J. L.
held Bramhall Rankin
town for
watiM of a caucus the purpose a Bedmientorsettliugindicateaan- the data h"'IIIIIII".1, Nltou en,..,,. -
adversity of nominating town officers for tlie 1-RACTIOAI, PAIHTIBH.we (''on.l A Inliiiiiliitf: / polo to him who walks ensuing year.E. (la,on IsIs. Jiiiiuury utli A. I it. H"r7.
unhealthy condition _., M.I. : ,
are practical paint makers. '-- OUCH.Hitnl (
ucroxs the tight rope. of life. S. Green went to Palatka on We have made the L. .t U, Paint by of the kidneys __, County JU A watch which beat true for all ; if It stains StIlt ot. lorl'lil.<
business llond
y. machinery for the period of one-third of 10. K. IIAHK KI.I': Alt y for I'utltlolli'r
S linen in
I limo and never "runs down. a your it
I 'l'herearequltea number of tour- century. evidence of kidney ---- ---
fortification -
A when one'saffuli
permanent ist Our machinery produces 10.000(> gallons -
visitors at the (Gates House now. trouble too
are In a state of siege. of L. & M. Paint better and In less frequent desire; 111II" II ,,1II'1 IIIoL'IIIII: IIIiII',: dSt v!'w' .:m.Delicious ::1IJi; JIIr
The first person' who comes In when If. E. YVnld will take a party of time, than 100 gallons can be made by it h
to or ill
ladles and gentlemen; the Ocjkln- hand mixing.We pans pain
the wholoVor1 : Springs his launch USA thousands of tons of
One,. who loves the truth and you and during the week. material where a painter uses 100pounds. also convincing proof that the kidneysand 4 985
will tell the truth In spite of you. bladder are out of order. $
Mr. Hutching, our mail carrier, What TO Do. = Bon Bonsand = C
# The triple alliance of the three great now has a couple of solar gas lamps We give :your customer the best job There is comfort in the knowledge so : QTS. el- PREPAID

pul\'ers-Io\'e sympathy and help. 01 his buggy. For awhile the in the world with L. Ac; ]St. because the often expressed, that. Dr. Kilmer's
One who. multiplies joys divides lives between her and Pomona. will L. & M.ZinG hardens the L. ole M. White! Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy, Send ns 12.85 and we will ship you in a plain

griefs and whose! honesty Is Inviolable.A be forgiven If they think nn auto Lead and Makes L. & :U Paint wear fulfills every wish in curing\ rheumatism, Chocolates case with no marks to show contents four full
mobile U coming. like Iron for 10 to 15 years. pain in the buck, kidneys liver. bladder = 'minrta of WILLOW DALE RYE express prepaid.
whose luster the
jewel strong Aetual cost. L. & M. about 1.20 Try it and if don't and the II
Mrs. D. per and every part of the urinary sssae. All Homa-Made Candies yon find it aU right
acid ot poverty and misfortune can- Cooper left luring/ the gallon. It corrects inability to liold water Ii wI .4' ci best yon ever tasted send it back to ns at our expense

not dim. spend past week some for time.Kiietls: where she will Hold: by Kennerly lid... Co., Pa'atka. and scalding pain in ]passing it, or bad I!! Something new added '" and your }2.85 will, be promptly refunded.lon't .

One who combines for you alike the effects following use of liquor wine or _ that a fair offer '

pleasures and benefits of society and L. J. McI.coJ made a trip to Pal. The llnd 1.1.o.. beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity I every day. fj 1 Remember we are distillers, so when you buy II

solitude.A I atka. Monday.Clint. "What! Fishing on the Sabbath?" of being compelled to go often f.OO1I1S you save the enormous profit of the dealers
the and to L. A. SMITH LlOVi and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are
bank of credit on which we can Packard: in having a nice exclaimed the clergyman reprovingly. during day up many = J of
new fence around his lot time* during the night. The mild and sure \getting: our whiskey just as It comes from
draw supplies of confidence counsel river front, which will\ add on the "Don't you know that little boys who the extraordinary of SwampRootis .0. Lemon St.. Pa lit tk a. I y ? '.. our distillery; without being tampered with in any
sympathy, help and love. greatly fish on the Sabbath go to the bad soon realised. It stands the highestfor fl J way.
to the looks of tl e place. .lIIrI", IE, !j1OIt ,:lIIilllllJllL m! v .mniurin': .w II
i place the distressing If
of send
One who considers my need before its wonderful curel most I yon prefer corn whiskey we will you
my deservlngi.-London Tit-Bits' PrUe The card club met last Thursday "null, I guess dat's right," replied! cases If you need a medicine -- ---- I. fourfu1lntusofoarALNtjNCiR.SCOkN 1
Competition. evening with JMr. and Mrs. John the bad boy disgustedly. .'1 couldn't '80' you should have the best. Sold by drug. Executrix Xotloo.Notice I WHISKCY,S2.eOexpre..prepaid. Yon cnn't
Dal low
four tables ,
were In use and lists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. buy a better corn whiskey from anybody else at
the players enjoyed themselves linmennoly. truck uo worse place dan din. -Philadelphia bottle and : In lii-ri'hy \'.7.nIt t on Moniliiy II any price.
-- Those Promt You may hove a sample a tile I.nil hiy. of May: (.. Hliull 1 I iimkx. :hoist; I IiHimrt w.-
present were, !Mr. book that tells all i : of my nueountsitiKl' vuiKthcrn as ox.eutnix > Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money
Comparing Not... and Mrs. Jno. Dallow, Mr. and Mrs. i <>' tlie: liuitullt refunded
about it,botlisent free ,. -::: iiml tomninunt of I- goes with shipment we make. You
BleeUer-My wife got the best of maIn Kobt. Packard. Mr. and Mrs. (1. L. by mail. Address Dr. jgSW$ HlH.* .......- I tileliirge flltllllu I Muiiii.tli'ui'iiMiMl.u. suck exol:::1 :nnd" ', upply fllrII)' run no rink when you every deal with ns .. the owners
Greenwood Mr.\ ARE YOU RESTLESS AT "
an argument this morning.! Meeker aunt Mrs. H. E. NIGhT Kilmer & Co., Bnig-! ay* I IIfARV ,,,"MKH ; of our company hnve resources of a million dollars
-My wife never got the best of m. 'Wnd, Mr. and( Mrs. Levier Flgfley And harrasned by a bad cough? U.eB..llo.rd' aoruton, N. Y When Uoe.ol........._ I'xouuinix.| i rT CREEK Oiwij Hud will do exactly as we say.
!Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Paine of Nashua, Horehound Svrup. It will seure mention this and don't PiIutka, P'IOrIlui. NoV' A.h. lilOil. im I MACONOA
but one. Bleeker When was that? writing paper THE
I Mrs\ F. Cochran.. lIf1ul"mlth.! W. you sound seep. and elTeot a prompt mike mistake, but remember thenamed "res.gm.' CREEK DISTILLING
Meeker-When she married m..-Chlftgo any I '
M. Williams L. J. GA. CO..J
MoLeod and Dr. and radical cure Bold by Aokermaa- Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and Chamberlain's I {

: Naws. aC. W. A. Brewster. Stewart Drug Co tire..., Pinghamton: N. Y. Curn Colds, Croup: and Cough Whooping' Remedy;Coujh _. 0-.. at a..1O"J..ir-,. ..... M.. Swift


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J"Most People I Crescent? (City News_ \ Girls Florida East Coast Railway

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1I'I'I"I'J&: ': ': : : I The Infant child of Mr.\ and Mrs. Local Time Card No. M. la Effect January ), 1"1.I .

in : B. B. Harris
'We Buy Our Goods for Cash \ week and I
I /A )I wns burled tho following Wo as No. Sit N.. 59150. SB No. 7SNo. Ys No. 1* ko. sd

Crescent City >l And Take the Discounts \J, day at Eden cemetery Hev Dr. Deity 0s117 ) TATIOKS DaII71D.hIy DaihyD.liy
Reeves held short funeral services at girls need care,' advice and medicine, 'Z'iMTii Lv............ Jacksonville..Ar 3 IIlw, 7 40 fl'Tiii
I lJi\ Oui; expenses\ are not \!, the home of Mr. Will. especially ..". .".' C 9hl ............ '. ,,,,,, liuiibj.ok.onvlilsLy 52,5.,..,,...,,
and Vicinityhave \ half ns much Newman. on reaching the age of puberty. A S ICWS 5 20 4OM V loot ......... ..Ht* AUKUillne..........,. SOi 7 5iJj '
a most mer- ', where the family were thon living. mother's a in is.d.,,,..,,,,,, ..,.,,,''.,,,,, Uaaring *...... ..... 721PM.7. eue ,..,,..,,,,,
ji chauts. AVM\ get in new ,11ft.. nnd Mis. tender care and words of caution will to Is's S uCAsL.tA. 'v..Rest 1'alatk'a............C,.' IIbuO a iso, "

union learned J (foods; ns oftda, as twice *,'I Harris mo strangers often 'nrue "7 ja i no 1CM. .Cr,,...,.. Fftlatlca...H. Ti e ne Ti a cooS
Ijtij? "' a In tlie place and but few knew of accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a AtOM 4 iL0 ty... Palette..Ar 7 tt3 7 lit S bbAM e Cuol ,

groceriesc&n w ek. We have just roV'/ their boienrement :;'- Il &e' ".. ........_sea ,,.....,..... TEi" fl" '
that high-class/ t\. ceivotl a llllini 'in order ,V/,/I until fitter the gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is 8 laiPs 1 7 CiANI 7 0,11'. '. ..............Han Mateo..............A 7 545I............ 4CJI 7 dAIS

bo bought; chonpor nt funeral. They IMVVO the sympathy Wine of ... .... ..liunnelli...............Lv j............
: I.t that amounts to hundreds \ of the In Cardui, ..".". I 12 .. .... .Dupont.,..l........... 4 AIiM,.,,.,...,,,
store than elsewhere of clollaig. This their loss. '..,','. 5"I it tool ........,.HOrinond liotvUOrmunJ ........... ,,..,, I '... ".I........ .
our I.t time it \t A. C. Onebeleln It will prevent and relieve pain regulate the 31 aWN 5 *3 571.4 ii A0AM i ............... ........,.,.,... S 49 6 OAt.IL .
rant nil the winter is Dry Good and Notiong J '. the well-known AlPs a i 05104 it ADo, ............... Dat'to, ..?.,.......... 8 Sdou 4 A.s
\\'o\ It' bible teacher and editor of "Our functions clear the complexion and > 5 1 1O'i ............ ." .,.,.,,,._h'oriOrangi,, .."......... 5 iiPid..4 Aloe............ "
hoiwolteopera to know this t Shops, TrunkP) Hats, En- strengthenthe all Allis 9 2 h151'lli it totS tr..No, Hmyr.a..h.P. A hCs '; I Iianiii
% ameledwaw Quoensware I Hope n monthly magazine, of New constitution.It 424p *T" ..rfjikTHeleoZ:... Lv ,

fact. They can know by York, has arranged to hold meetings 10 Bt ............ ............ Orange Illy .........,.. 12 15.0..... ano
fy and Glaaaware. Also a 'i/I is valuable 5115.4 44PM............ .0 .....,,..Orsng. city Jonpt....... 13 lIP 1
lu a medicine for
and let us quote the Presbyterian church growing girls. It '
calling I.olK stock of 5 and on the -irua .....New Hmyrua ,.Hl 'T4M'M'TE' I'e
lOc / 20th, 21st find 22d inst. He will lecture has tided thousands a i tent.. .>...... Oak Hill.............. 2 Itliel..2 205..............
prices r' counter goods. Don't I over a critical period and C 80A5 10 85' 5 OCO ill Mine !.r............ .Thluohlle..Lr C 4Ip, 2 sivi 1 s8isj S 175ioa.as

Our stock is always tileES'r Ie I i get that we keep the for"I'"I' I date,nt but night the only last on two the days first he nau.ed will saved them from years of suffering. It can never '." wt.e 8 ii .... ....... ..................J..Hanfonlllnivillo atifnnl .......H..........Ar TflS S 5it's* S AtYM 10 54us$ 10 COt .

and alwa'slrRESII.' i \ are skin sole Breeches and for that the weii' \J, lecture both .afteinoons nnd eve- do harm and is sure to do good. iiot. 2( S 9&PNILl 8lPi ......Pipe...... Lv" ...............'.. Cueoa...*...,..........Lv Ar 'TbP5TWw5 1 lOPs............ Ti'u4'T1tsit 000q ..........
; agents/; nings. Mr. S elsie it anpo 5 sTeel n ties ...... Itirklwlge....,,.,.,,,,. I owe S eu's Mut S s7ue
SWeet-Orr Co. Shirts and \"I Gaebelein is well known : A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls 22 0th. 4 011111..........,.. ......,".".".'.'.".".Van (ball* ....... ill ............ mu,... .
to our people I through his work at' 12 ClAN 4 I4p ............ .,.....At.'Ibottros.._....... 12 &........... 1lnu ..........
ii'' Overalls. \, the and women.At ill A3.M 4 Cra ......,.,.. ................Sebiatlao..., ...... ..' It .!..... h1Ps ,.,,,,,,.,, ,
1 Southileld bible conferences.! C 4C1 a 4AP51.'I ...............HI. I.uclo............... II t..ii,..,..,,,,,, Wee 11,
W 4 205 II 00* 00's! 5 RoN .........,,..tort Pierce............. iO toAJ 12 IiI's ees 12 tOtS
GONE According to the Miami, Metropo every druggist's in #1.00 bottles. Try it. S At,. 6 23PN..5,,,..,. ." ... ............Tllilialli...,............. l .. Co.".............
llMllIeriI.ri 1. lis. Miss Mamie S Be. e 27pl ............ .... _.......... Eden.o....... 10 19151,.,..,..,., .....,_,
iIi1I1lle !. Tho Shoe Man.Wcntlicr \ y/ Simpson formerly of .......... AC.. 6 81pid............ ................Jonun........., .... 10 14011..... .,., 51.
this place and daughter of Mr. nnd, ..-...' 2 465 6 elpiL.'I .,,,,,stuort'..;.;_.,..,,,,.. 1 AQ oAoj.,..,....., ............
_._.;'..t;,? ............ S 14t. 7OI'N............ .............Uabe Sound.eit ............. ............ ...........
.... "" .............._._. Mrs. Win. Simpson, has engaged; (lo WINE ''' 5 Saul 'A 2C001............ ............\\ Jupiter....n_.,.. 9 Clue.,,..,,,, ..I bout.
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travel S lOAN 5 tltsnli 5 Owo Ar..We.t l'lm Beanlu. 5 bOuli no sa nnpu 10 4105
ns u gospel singer with Miss ii 6 16111 4 CC* 5 2uotl a Rile .............Palm Beaou,....,,.,... 5 SCAld iDiot 0051 10 ACt'S '
Kinma 'Tucker uu evangelist. The ::-1 CARDUI e 21;",. 5 Oos 5 8iew 6 8b .........Went Palm Ueaca.L. .,,.,,,. 8 IhisI 10 0001 itPs CO OCI,,
J. W. I MILLER.Crescent Kenort.OrnnpontOlty a iii. 5 ......... .....Bon'ntoln..L< A ........ IWO 4
MutiopolU states tlmt "Miss Simpson : OF a as. u ....,, .........,Deir.y ................ 7 8a.M OiPs........
t .llR.ur. for tha weok oncl. 6 liii .........Fort andordalil......... 0 COo,.....,,.., ........
Fin log February Int, lCD. ? has had much experience as a ,........... I 42,1 10 OOPN..i'? l ................Danla.........!........ 6 42u0.. .....,..., Q0.I..
City, Max Mln church singer; Is peculiarly fitted 5 &dA 10 ,_......?....llallandale.,............ 8 .4loO............
ror for '' 7 lOt ............J.emoitClly ........... lIens............
January J a. m. II p. m, t p. m 24 hn 21$ lira for the work she has chosen and 'i 110,15 7 liii 10 .........,...,..,.Miami. ,.,,.......... 6 80..s..S. 1Ws a Ou'sS
!8. Saturday 01 m ni ?ra 81 that 00' .............._,,,.. ... .......,,.....Miami................ ... 0(051........ ,.
27 sunitny.. iw UHii\ ra tu Ml the hearty wishes of her friendsgo to no.. ........,...Homeatoatl ..., IL'. ..,,. Swa............
28. NOII""Y. 40 M 4H'i! Kl 4HH with her on this mission and earn
w. .lo.d"V. no tw MV mi 47a '
Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonilla and St.
<>. \\etiiienaay M 70 w 70 u estly hope that the labors and sacrifice Aupstine.I .
1(1111J1J1J1J1J1Jj1J11JJII;; :; : :; i IlJlIj II"CIJR! ; 31. h'iltlllldfly. nn 74 ou 74 MFebruary will -
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1 1II N. 37(10.8914' N.id 4
No. 113JL No. 89 No. :n No. 43 A31l pa No. 03
Ml 78 05 ID M "
j Holiday Goods Loveis of high class enteitalnment, B B A Dir I Dally I B B B Deity
n: I) II.IUMS. Olmenor.V should _ Tally. DeIty' I Daily'' I 2"12.! ,II. Soe.Zz.oa.h Daily I Dshhy I Dally Is JI.".. ;-
bear In
mind that Mr. Allen I iv Juoltiunvllle. .. 8 OOAH -ThiflTtg 8 4M* ieTird'4uwArhi
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j atCHAMBERLIN'S.Toys "" "' "" "" m'f -mrmrw"" w Holton, the well-known Impersonator AUKiiHtlne I :. e Oiu, 10 Rod 12 10PM a Mm Sin, 4 45eo ,' ii 21,51 9 au'S 10 4ti4 lNo. iNo.

Fancy (ThtIlHVare, IJ.jII will appear In "Pygmalion and For Emergencies at Home Cs To.( ssZrtl|No. B* HO.A'axDally No. 44Dally Mo.'38A SO No. 78 No. 1B '
\VllI..lbllrrows iIVagoulN Personal and Social. B B I & I I A I II A '
Poll Carriages, :! Galatea" at V. I. A. Hall on Tuesday Bally I Dly
\ IJ for the Stock on the Farm _ belly' Deity So., Sn. J Daihy? he.,hail Xo. has,J Deity I Dally Dally
DresHlnir.; Cases, (llovn. and IJr. ."" "'" "" "'" "" "" "" "" evening Febiuary lilth It is 1 I.v Ht.AllKlllitllle.r ::: a IUUM740UI 7 DOAM 74oMs2OAI'r&
II Handkerchief CIIHHS Pictures t]! Stephen Turner was among the expected that thero will be many \--.lai kwnvllle.... B BAuM! 8 4UAMI a 'JOAH II louil 13 awldJLit'sl? 7 luml 7 /IKiral 7 4u>HNOI

n mill 1'ictiire Frames, Vases, IJ visitors from out of town who will 'B A-Train* composed exclusIvely of Pullman or Parlor Can and extra seat fore will ba iJ
1'alatka. .
to .
Monday visitors .h..t. -
,j and Fancy iskets." Pocket nJ come In to attend this entertainment. Sloaovs Liixinxeivt so l E nDar ooaohM operated on' these trains on which no xtra jeat fkra ,Ii charged. '
[Ladles nnd Gents InkStands and Miss Bessie A. : mini do not stations
Hooks, ( Miss Williams stop at at which time la nut ttbown. i
J Mon Mrs. C. S. Gowen, who has the arrangements J Dally except Buuilay.PENINSLIAR \\
IIJ Williams visited on
HliverwAI'e. knvea folks and piA In hand, says there will 17 Ill it 1 :KI I ,
watches chains and 1j be Several fine. vocal musical 1011. D.n,. und.,. nlld.,. BAYPORT BRANCH 0.41., D"II ',
numbers 1> .. :
spoons day.Mr. Is whole medicine chest IJs: 8uo On I, 0111, pyS 0.', 1 :.
j charms robs, rings; necklaces a and Mrs. J. H. McLellan of between the acts Reserved -- !
j culT buttons stick pins match L1J (OO.M 5 iAtM 2 OO'N 10''lOIN Lv........... J..kool1vllle..Ar ............. 7 5011! 12 4051 ShIn'S. '1
manicure sets bracelets Portland Maine, are guests at Drove sen Is will be. placed on sale at Pros- 60.... 82"J.. 0 05.51* 10 1St. ........... .1.ekoon.III..H..Ar ......... 7 VAil U hBsl II AlPS X '11 1
safes t! Hall. oil's store 10th. Price 25c 5Oc 6 I.OO S 4(5'S. S AlliS> 9 4Ro 10 110", Lv..mH..... lo ..,..... e AOnMi 12 OtIS 4 CU'S :
J fountain pens pearl handled IJ Saturday, February o 'liPs 8 !514,15 2 diPs 10 CIte, ........_ ," ileach..Ar.. .. S gAAS! 11116'" 4 dAt'S I
j pen holders sterling silver IJ The brick for the new Central aveme The largest alligator shot In Lake _! 2& 1511 8 OOPM 11 lOiS Ar............... ....... SOot 11 441CM 4 tO's f '
sets side Send For Free Booklet Horses.CattleHogs! & '
J thimbles sewing ti sidewalk extension to the west on Poultry '
J combs I' Stella In some jeais was brought inby AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS ATLMIAMI. .

1 Souvenir (Jhlnaware. 1.1 1.1 end has arrived. Capt. S. M. Lnlirue on Saturday Address Dr. Earl' S. $Ioin. Boston Mass.

1 Neckties gloves, handkerchiefs Miss Kate Crawford of Daytonn ast. The alligator was sunning himself Closa Connection Made at Miami with Stianuhlps el the P. It 0. S. S. Comptny. 1 i,.

I Hamilton-Brown. Shoes-everv IJ 1.1 came last Frldny for a visit with her on a grass knoll near the canal Havana Key West and Nassau Bahamas. :; '\

1, pall guaranteed. t! i nother, Mrs. W. H. Bonders. when shot. The bullet entered his Trains Discharge Passenger at ,Ship' Stde. No Transfers. ; ,

Fhi l< andy from lOo to "Co IJJ Mr. arid Mra. IraO. Pratt and Mr. lead near the. eye and while not ,. t\
The.Time 'rahlei dhow the tlmei at which tralna may ba expected to arrive' at and depart. .4
ppr pound. u and Mrs. Joseph Kreuter were recent tilled. the saurian was stunned for a from the Hoveralnlatlultff' hut their' arrival ordeparttire .1 the times.ta'ed In not guaranteed .
J Chiise & Suiiborn's Teas and Ij visitors to Daytona Bench. line and until he could he secured nor la tula Company to bo held responsIble for any. delays or any oouaequencoi arialng therefrom.
j Colleen Fox River Butter.
j Royal Hcarlet Canned Goods III uJ Mr. and Mrs. H. F. llurlbut and with 11 ronfl- Bud- tawed. In. He was For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information \.

-thf best' put up. !tJIf : Miss HattIe S. Holabird of Lynn dragged to the canou club building Arbor Day Exercises. POMONA NEWS. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." J

j ',.i" not tlio goods :vou "wiint tJI where he has been viewed by many
HIM is .'our ordur nml wo will s"t It. IJ Mass., are among the late arrivals at people especially boys who seemedto It was not the privilege of the J. D. RAH1NER. As.t. Oon'l P.... Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I
4 t'ntnl""Ul'o.IOW"Ir toorth'r 'ruin. U Win. Williams "
Grove Hall. our night operatorat
j }I.uok'C; Ink'throIg:' oIdors I, oul'for: .to.k Iflijt'avtng.wh'n you R by C. delight; In getting him mad. The News representative to attend the the depot. met with a serious and -. __ __- -__ _' .1
lot recently purchased Arbor exercises nt the
The Day public
J ""' aft Llh".tl1lll." Wit. We iii'o n'J gator measured over eight feet In painful accident. last Tb ursdiiy.
.nre ti' '11'"'olltl'lhlnll to 1le".o 'ou. P1 A, Pratt next north of his residence, length. Capt. LnBree will have the school, but a lady Visitor of Rood; While cleaning a revolver It nccl-

j C. L. Chamberlin. R bas been newly fenced and set out in hide tanned. uclgement III such matters has de- toothy discharged! the bullet I PRosing )

J dared "It benutlful. I Into 1 the left hand. Dr. Peck wan
trees. : w la was aur- McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
r cr.!:!:!:!:Ir.:: "tClCrr:1:1:: : :: : !:rJrJrJlClCrJlCrJ rJ orange Rev. Dr. and Mis. n. C. Haydnand called to dies the wound. and found ,
New cement walks ore Impiovenionta >rlsed and pleased beyond expres- one finger; In a very bad condition I
Mesdamea C. C. Hascnll and S. Ion. You have excellent school but thinks In time 1
recently added to the cottage HII Mr. Williams will

of Dr. H. E. Johnson and C. Webb of Cleveland Ohio are In Crescent City and out-lit to be be able to use Ills hand ns well as Commission Merchants.

grounds guests for a time at drove Hall. of It." ever

Fine Stationery; Y! IraC. Pratt. daughter of Dr. Haydn Is pastor of the "Old proud> Well, the) people of descent City W 8. Middleton was in Jacksonville Tomatoes Pine Apples

Miss Mary Burton a Stone Chuich," an influential downtown Monday.
are proud of their school the News

Ladles, of Crescent City and John Button of Posco county arrived church In Cleveland and Is hAs heard enough concerning; It, from Mrs. E I,. Eanies left. Friday for a and EarlyVegetables Oranges 4
( Monday for n visit In the famly In the visit with fit mln In Jacksonville.
vlclnltj wanting something! on himself one of the strong men the people to nettle that point. Miss
J really nice in Stationery will t of her uncle. Major J. 1,. Button. branch of the Presbyterianchurch. Fruit !
lorthern Roane, the principle him Hlfitlm well The work tilveii by the town men Grape
} surely Hud what they want nt Harris ha,'enoved Friday Is vldiiit and much
our Mtor.Ve. have it in all Mr. ami Mrs n. H. He was also formerly president In hand, and site, with her very '
Into the small house on Maik- of Western Reserve college, IIssls-1 appreciated by those driving! over
I; grades ___ mill. tents Miss Appleby and MfR. the pine-straw and saw-dust on our 279 Washington St. New York.
the ,
It et street, opposite the Payson and for u time connected with ton, have the littnity support of all roads, which Is a great Improvement

I t take It von have Chills or Ve\er Mr. Harris the head sawyer at the board of missions of his denomination parents anII''rons. Hut the exercises to the formerly heavy sand. Them

f nlll. with headquarters In New York. are also new rows of Oak trees and .
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It U aald the good work hag only bi, -
j No. 44. [ :Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clay of Norfolk D r. Haydn has been pastor of the The pupil from nil three .roonis Kun. The V. I. A. ladles furnishedan C LccVIL IJIJ :;J Notice of Application for Tax DeedUnder

Va., arrived on Saturday for a "Old Stone church" continuously were ftsaem bled III the high school excellent dinner, mid lire to be Section 8 of Chapter 4H8H, laws '

Ir will !helL Rid of and Mrs. since IHS!). commended on their success In get- of Flrrtda.
yon: !get t nb a rove Hall. Mr. department In the nfti rnoon .nd
Ihuii (III!.:&. We Guarantee stay at ting; so barge a crowd together to 1 GROVE HALL \ Notice Is hereby !given that J.llanna. 4
Camp .
here under direction of Mine
Clay spend their summers Tile Illinois club met last Friday of
i Cllre when taken according; f wotk for the interest of the town purchaser tax certificate

to directions Ii5c n Jlottle.For Rich, near Milton, Vt light for Its regular fortnightly loane and her haslstnnts the children beautiful. Crescent Flu.j No 111, dated the 4th day of July '
s JJJ City, ::! A. D., 1004." has filed said certlll-
For dill it : The fine varieties of oranges and meeting and the attendance was carried out the appropriate Alvin Mon h/ln of Green Cove

I 1I0dll".t!| O'lIlIr"fUl.! c; fruit for which Crescent City good. Mr. F. S. Cone was the chief program for the lay' Some Hi) or 40 Springs; visited his home utV.. II.Cook's A Popular Family Hotel 1 |t j jj oats for In my oflloe and has made application -
tax deed Issue in accordancewith
I II. A grape undi-r the of \Viii.
Ruin's, I Hlm.0.V management LJJ
of the mid' Vieitoi'swere Sunday.
to for. anti he entertained the members townspeople.
) II A V. Kllowlton I & Oo',. POtflOflft.p Is famous tlll continue go speaker U. Noiton. |- law. Bald certificate embraces the
Illiiil'. II I Hi.\"lion. ,t {Io'.. (!Olno. ward to New Vork and Boston and I and visitors with a pleasing pre "iit. and all are pmlslnir J>r. E. W. Warren of Pulntktv. was J In the midst of the best or- [tj j: following described property situated. in
)) HiinlHuirHHlorH. ; Uiiorxtttowii., I>'nvor. .rebiinglng fancy pi'Ices.Kev. talk of his Florida experience. The the work of the ohlldien who had a lu town professionally Saturday." j ange crowing section of Flollu Putnam county. Florida t-wlt :
J. U C' 1111' '. Hall and dunithter, or St. I AIn Lot3sofLot2and1'1Loti1! ,
KohliiNoit :J tine
and y
) n Hcvlllo. club Is to work for the part In the folio* In if progium : da boating Hailing!
C' of the
) t'' t'I n Hniltli. ('ItI'rftwttv. Pin. Oeo. H. Ward Is spending the object Louis who have been jciests of Mr. :; bird shooting! Beautiful views (i1 section 5, township 10, range 27-HO A.

(DiMitoii, Hhull HhllT, Flu.Lound's week In Jacksonville where as a best interests of Crescent City, and I I BOHR. ln'I';: : ; : : :: Arlior li t lo Day oe Wb.hs.II i'hu.nt." and Mrs. Ellis for severnl weeks :1 of Crescent Lake from hotel nJ The said land being assessed at the

member puts It, can in a : Dorothy Cnrpontor.CompoHltlon have |gone aW/I '. verandas date of the Issuance of such certificate
his one ) steam-
committee as Handy to Jj
t Drug Store member of the standing II ...., ., ... .. ....Troei.Bara :J : In tbe name of J. N. Boiler. Unless
examining candidates measure ba accomplished by meetIng Audunon Lee Smith jr. has been spending -, boot landing. Board bv week nn '
I Crescent of the diocese he is and giving them 4 Concert Renltatatlon ... ..'l'ile Golden Rotl. the week nt Welakn.The and month' at reasonable rates nc said certificate shall be redeemed, according -
City Fla. all new comel's to law, tax deed will Issue thereon -
for ordination. rrlmiiry Department.CompoBltlon Noithers'lonrlsts.
the "glad hand." The club affords S .. .. .. .. ..... .Troeii ) Social Committee of the Chili Caters to ::j on tbe 2Jrd day of February. A. D ,
MeM e Miss Spencer of :New York and Olailyn )llraclilock. titan Endeavor have out very attinc- 1 'V..lte for terms. u
and her winter visitors and cltUeus: a common e lOading .. When tile )HrlKlit Leans Fall" tlve Invitations to a Valentine pally (l IJ 1907.

A. :I:I:. : aunt Mrs. K. Hollwegs E Bnker, of East ground for meeting and good 1 ... .."We AHMtllna Love llnrton.Botiff the tiranil. Old Traoii." on the evening of Kelmimv I4th at B Wm C NORTON 1 EM Ibis Witness the 16th my day official of January signature A.end D 1007.Seall seal. '
Sporxcer J.
: ::: Mr. ,
cousin, ellowshlp. Papers are read and S> Lompomtlon, .. .. . ,"IraeH.1omGrlniHle the borne of !Mr. and !Mis CouithindMldleton. JOSEPH
N. Y., guests at Orove >'. g ( PRICE. ,
Dentist. Flahkill. Jackson : there are Informal talks and discus- 0 Mv Favorite .. ... Ttireo Doyr*. ) Crescent City Flit. Clerk! circuit court, Putnam County Fla. ., '
in :;'i'Liiti. :
Hall, spent last week Ions, and then there Is the social III Heading.... .; .IMne'lrued; KuwarU They Stand Alone.

--- ville. rel nre. 11 CompOHltlon, Hilda. .Waterman. .. .. .. .. .. . .1'reeff. Standing out In bold relief all alnno. And. asa 3 '3 33 33r 0033333r Notice of Application for Tax Deed '
Offlce at Realilem. on Vroapeot Street. at the Episcopal Elsie I-aduatt. cOIIM"I.uo" ex"mlloor|, upon, fnitiknnd lion- Under Section !Ii of Chapter 41S1'! C ,
Cteaceat City, Florida The attendance I ill Reading. .. .. .. ,. ..Sweet VIoloU." out UuallliK with the Hick and atlllitiHl are Ii,. Laws of Florida.

church last Sunday morning was Orate. .Ourton.., .. .. .Four 1'lurce. Favorite I'roticrlptlon foi' w.nkovn-'' : Notice Is hereby given that P. D.
IS ThoJ'armor. BoyH.I worked "obllllo large Rev. O. H. Ward, the rector A ret T........ Keadlnx .... .. .. ... .Hunitnur racked womun and lir l'lereo'.oold.u Aluttl- Walking, purchaser of tax certificate
8tJohu, Rlvrby Daylight. lolds service each Sunday morning; Out of a river bed whore It had tumbled Fillet .PadceiL. cal ItlHCovery, the fumoiiti inutly for. weakRtotnuuh :;;: H, READ, No. 97 dated the Oth day of July" ,
That Tr. towel, al
14 Reading.b'o.iiiiu Hpare klnncy blnililer nn pa -
D 1807 has'llled eald eurtlllcate! In
In the af- Its dam WAS put to flight Uraililook.: : A ,
The Huntlngton! when tutors MaHtM. throat. bronuhlA or other niuroUM paM-
Beach & Miller Line, here and at hunters lu India: fished a tiger to Reading. ... .. ., ..'i''lie' Forest Sonx.frill wiKeM, .1.0.. ml vltmtUo remedy.. fur alldlHeutiea E ESTATE.Crescent niv oflloe, and has made application\ for I
some '
ernoon. llurton. artnlnv from thin wut ry or I Impure tax dued to Issue In accordance with law.
Steamer CRESCENT. from Savannah cub. In two days It wns as tame as a I' Reading ... .. .. ..."\vnlipoorwlll.| :!, blood, aH .Hcrnfnlou and ski,, .110..'Ion. Said certificate embraces the follo..lngdesorlbed ,4 ,
ham arrived Lncle HiirrlH. bottle of mutlldlneii. biaianpon Fla.
... 'v. D. Bon the playmate of MOil tho slur City,
.t1l J"ekoon.l11.on TOMd.,.!,Thurad",.. and gives us the kitten and !grow up Ie Sony .. I'lantlntf in Oak Tree: IIH wnirpur a Imdje. of hotiLMty In the property, situated In Putnam .. '
'"nlay. &t san:' a. m for Oroon. (rove last Friday tIm camp terriers. It was very fond full llHt or ItmredlentM. oomprmlnK, It- printed. county/ Florida, to-wit: ,

rd\:: \ :..i.cr..OOIIl tilt, and prlnolpul Wall good news that he has come home to of them and the terriers worshiped the POINTED PARAGRAPHS.Beat In holly plttln pluctu,: UHlUll thane: medicine 1;lilt, trunk In nil a, eliwi opoit all pub.bUiemaelviM >: Tho Howe propel ty-"Cres- Nel of sea section !2, township 9. ,

.7I.h"I":. .I.av.. Cr..a.nt otty on W.dneR.rl"ay. itay. Mr. Benham hns been work- Igiess. To allay the fears of a woman and I.I Htroim KUa..II.yor their clint HI11"-U now on the mar range 113-40 acres.

?nteptautV:! .. :: .*and whart Mood..y tootot.at Laura 7 a. m.B"Mt lug in Havannah: for the past six visitor the tigress was one night chained a boy out of n dime and the m rktn;nieillolniii lliey; cannot for they bo chinned am :nollher as patent-.bulnyof:::: noiHULrut ket. LOTS *\ 100. date The of said the Issuance land being of such assessed certificate at the In 1'

glad to have him nl). Next morning the animal was crime will never outlaw. known comiiOHltlon.IJr. Particular attention given to '
*"" All are
&when font of Lemon atr.. yenrs. her. She bad 1'loriti I'lttuNHnt. Pelletn etira oonittlpn- the nameof Eat. J. W Mcttse. Unless
back. found with n man under Comparison may not be a detraction. tlon heiulaclio and. blII 101l.n. In vial, a : Crescent City property listed satd l certificate shall be redeemed accord-

Presbyterian lot hurt him lie was a thief and not but It In certainly a half alster. convenient t-pouket remedy with me.The. log to law, tax deed will issue therein .
Darwood. a
A. B.TORREY.tnaertaker Rev. Mr. will mowing of nor existence had come The truth with unselfish people l III on tbe :23rd day of February, A. D 1907 i

minister fiom Starkc occupy within tho area which her length of they are liable to brag about It. Children ami DOIKM. "" "YI""" Witness my official signature and seal I

and E 'ba1'mer.rull the pnlpltol the Presbyterian church iliain enabled her to command. Shespiang The child who la taught to love animals this the 16th day of January A. D. 1907.
There i la lu tills world
only one
next Sunday: both morning/ and ee- : upon him, lay on blm and kept WAY and to have a dog aa a companion [3eal] JOSEPH PR1O....
Una of Caskets and Oofflns. he to to get your own woy-Insl.t upon It. Introduced friend of tbe truest Clork circuit court Putnam county Fla. j
Tolephone nlng. It Is understood that comes him prisoner until guards came reuaso Almost allY defense would be all la to a Carll EstateOffers '4"
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with a and best kind-tlie kind of friendship
and to preach blm.
CEESCENT to see the place right If you could make people be- for raleall of Block !57. Crescent
CITY that lasts Have you never had a dog? FOR SALE.
FLOBIDA view to a call to the pastorate. Te..OP.Apart Ilevelt. Then you don't know what pleasure City ino'udlng residence, barn and tinefurnishings
L. Uoardmmi of A Fauiona It Is just ua dangerous to tell some contained In the residence
Miss Florence from Its wide range! the natural can be bud In his companionship lu The executors of the estate of Edwin
I l of our people n .!!cl'et a* It Is to fool with A'so
Crescent City Trlnsle71o7 Greensboro, Ala a sister beauty and sweetnjss of the voIce loaded rambles. In his quiet presence In your ORANCE CROVE Gilbert deceased, offer for sale the following t I

townsman B I. Boardman, Arrived Reeves held his audiences a gun room his nuobtruslveucss when human property, situated at Crrsoent '
of Sims known tho Oirll Grove
ns on
I Iteet all train. at Creao.nt City Junoll list wok for is few weeks visit with spellbound and fully entitled him to be When a man nulmilti to a procession company would bore you; a "chum" property descent L ke. About 89 acres of land ; City. Florida t All of Blocks 60( and 1(1, '
wedding (lie oilier men look at blm Blocks ll.lnoludlnnthntfouthflnid! Hotel
<">. Night brother, and other relatives and aimed tho finest English tenor of his wb<1 always adapts himself to your about 14 acre. of bearing orange trees,
trains her
by tbe lank at boy whose .acd and barns Two
appointment way boys a furnishings cottage
Boaidman Is It guest He especially excelled In oratorio mood when man or woman would jar packing house, equipment and tools
B. friends. Miss day. mother' makea hIm wear long cuils.The lots on Central Avenue 'I. Block 13,
M..LABEEE Manager. O. Burton. while In opera his success upon you. By all means cultivate la The property Is all free and clear, and
Mr. B. parts Northwest of Block 95 and
of quarter
at the home man who Um mada a failure In in Brat-class condition Apply toIL
was scarcely less pronounced. Per- children a love of animals especiallyof Block 21 on Crescent Lake Terms I '
Rev. Dr. II. C. Haydn of Cleve- of English ballads any lluu of business never bus a very "man's best friend," the dog.NewYork
w. B. of taps it was as a singer IX. READ cnsh. For prices and further particular 1
SHOTWELL pit of the wbo started
the pu good opinion man '
land l. Ohio, occupied that Sims Reeves appealed to the Herald. address, I
Builds church last Sun- In tbe sam Una at the same time and Crescent City, or
Row Boats Presbyterian and It will probably be many ,
.pa lra boats buggies! and mates all, the day morning ancHev.i \ O. E. Her- a majority long day before we shall bear a more made It a success-Atchlaou. Globe. CROUP David Cax>ll. DAVID CARLL, Counsellor at Law, ,.

In dads 0 i wood work repairs at his shop cheval, of tha FrultUnd Methodist exquisite rendering of "Solly In OurAlley" HEALTH B- gins with the symptoms of a common is( Broad St. New York City, !IV Broad Street, New York City .

ar f of his MEAT MARKET. ha evening There were than that of which this great Mean the ability to do a good (lay'swork cold ; there Is chilliness, sne..lug.sore : ""III\V '.Io,
Crescent church Moll.K without undue fatigue and to And threat, hot rkln. quick pulse, ._ ,
8a City. Fls. large congregations at both tervlces. tenor was capable.-London life worthliving. Yon cannot olive In- hoarseness and Impeded respiration.O've Ladles send your name and address '
tlallaetory work guaranteed at mod- to the Hannah Du ton Shoe
1 Thos. II. Stryk- digestion or constipation without its upetllnif frequent small Hones of sHnrohouiKl
--- Robt. F. Utibbard, .. l nalnM. the ehllil will for Co of Haver-hill. Mass.. for an ao-
last sl" < tho I Ivor *11.1 l pol utlnir lie blnnil Syrup ( cry !
and Mr. I>dyard But have the first alan of a rtnunt or 'Hi' cant u re and escape of
er Visiting Britisher you Such a condition m IT be bent nnri q'llck- 11)) and at crniipytough
HELP is fek nnd are at Mr. JIub!>lIfd'" home, nothing to see over here-nothing. I eat relieved Jiy II. rblo", Ihn "b..tt. livr apply frequently, Ilallnrd's Snow Hannah. I)n lon f>r>i"r a body of In w O..a_ ..... 12 ...... ,
OFFERED Is cidi.d in the Stat, 11011 .
dlans esot. Qsolllv
Mkwoud" four miles north or town; In the way of grand old things ragulatorthat. thn.....''d ban ,W'*: known. Lli'lment to the throat ns r .... ......11".. ...... I'
will' mean Vll New. O ntle. Colo. Records hv authors and by two .... ... .... .. ....
I ;OWoII.WTOoNG PEOPLE.V'.KT' IInd LI'd.l'erd fallen Into dis Irs. D. W. Hmlth wtlti 1'1"| II. "ra'I Mrs) A 'r, .M
Messra. Hubbard hat have long sln.ce 101)3 ''I think llal- beautiful mnl\umm' erected In ....b_.. ._. ....
R'rhi"a >'t Soil I" fh best writes March 19. : :
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: ; ; >' ll Dm00., nimatterm. short time but Mr. StrjkerC Gothomlte- We haven't eht use an aommemontiliinl' also for their special .-. or ....... _
n r.'J-O:: who wl h to hit' a and will 1 use. of tile city medicine for ..onatlnatloo and regulating, lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful otTer of two pairs of Hannah tus. ..mile. ,..I.. 115. li 10 '- for.5. usl.g.
> b 0IU5 trelninnd toOl posi-' main some weeks Walt till you get a copy the liver I have ever used" 'BO cent.Sold remedy. : and so pleasant to take Hold tor .. rete. c..,"' 0.171 Dese .... ArI..... ,.., .
""i **** Tn"11 for our Sv..t :lf-rate HAil after his Llf Drug Co. ton Woman. Shoes .5.CU
ordinances. Co. Aokerman-Stewart
at Grove by Ackerman-Stewart Drag by
<0 .. ,lrrd.nend.IUlU.! .Iprob..bt.furtui probably atop I I
,., C;"'AI.' ''-. **"'',dole" .. Wrtt.tOOa,. tlands loave :
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Palatka News Memoriam Masons 75 Celebrate. A Mans HouseIs

j We Informed R. H. I
[Contributed.. are by Cooper, -
Muster of Palatka Lodge No. 84, F. & I wish to announce thatI
: James Burt died at his home Castle
..... on Judge Palatka Heights Wednesday, A. M. that the Masons hlngton'have. decidedtooommemorate.Wa birthday have secured the exclus- His //

:January 80th, at 8:30 p. m. After 1:11: 1 ive in Pal atka. for '
$ City fi4ppenln8 ana SS Feb. 22nd, and at the same time agency //
useful life the latter of
years of part fortified I protectedwith /
celebrate the m'ecentelechiomm of their well-known It should bo _
S Personal\ 1 mention. $ which was spent In Invalldlsm, thus honored member, ],:. K. Haskell no good( paint. TeI houses are
has passed one of Palatka'soldest
away Grand Master of the fraternity, In dl from not
burnt by nlem cay,
and most Influential cltlz..ns.loug | May Wanton up
Identified with the history of Florida. beingpropcrly r"unt<'dto every one
Miss Ona Bond Is visiting friend the town. The Grand Master wl1ll pay an uffi- that Is destroyed by fn, And yet it
in Fernandina.Mrs. In clal visit to the local lodge, and Invitations Bazar Patterns littl ". I I., hour well
:Judge Burt was born Rutland will be loaned to all Masonlo cost but : :' i

E. O. Jackson ls .pendlng the Vt., September 28th 1825.: He was Lodges In 1'utnam county to painted, if the right, kind of paint j.
; week In Tampa. one of the large' family of Charles participate In the celebration. 1 which are now on Hale nt Is used." Th bent painter in the .i
Hurt, a prominent and prosperous Past Grand Masters Marcus En world cannot do a good Job with
Thomas RlnRham of (Sanford: spenSundayat t : merchant in that city and acquire dot. Silas H. Wright, James Uarnell ( my store. These patterns! < poor paint, but give a good painter I
home. his education In the school Th. -
and Chas. W. :Johnson have been In are guaranteed give i a
and under his father's tutelage.In vlted attend and take In the
A. L. Glass; of Ualnesvllle visited to part I
1850 he went to Ualveston perfect-fitting
garment. TTO.me
relatives and friends In the city this prnttovdlnKs. _
In the
Texas and
engaged mercantile
week. After adjournment of lodge ne.. each
The for
business, but lu the following honor price pat- i
stun, a banquet will be given lu
Remember the LaDell Conoer year saw an advantage In moving tu of Urn nil Master K. K. Hnskell, to tern isOnly it
.' company will lie at the Armory next Savannah, Ua. Them he continued I which I the ladles, will be invited. t

Thursday night. his mercantile occupation and also I A committee consisting: of Messrs I 10 Cents.The \ i

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Adklns of Sails became a commission merchant and M. Drennan, Cli.... :K. Uowton and PAINTS \

bury, Md., are visiting Mr. and Mrs incidentally becoming closely mercantile con E. J. Gay, has been appointed to May Manton Patterns \ '
nected with the principal '
Further \ \
W. O. Tllgbman. perfect arrangements. particulars
firms of St. Augustine and Palatka. will appear Inour next Issue are recognized lea Kurumer building the failure of the business well. 1
The new ) factory Owing to will look well and wear \
on south Seventh street Is rapidly house In Palatka in 1BC2! he was P&latka Board of Trade.At ers in fashion by the best They are economical paints be- (

nearing completion called here to act as receiver. Soon dressers everywhere. cause they cover BO much more
after settling in the town he was .a meeting the Palutka. Hoard surfuu and wenr .o much longer
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Bell
are happy made trustee of the Palatka Tract of Trade Monday night the following They are .
than ordinary paints.:
the arrival of little In Miss Mattie N. 11:51g
over a son and thin brought him In close bu.l.ness standing committees were appointed I BukyNOTICE sold by rcpun.bl.1 rttnilers whoso
their home last Sunday.Mrs. association with Judge Isaac H Executive-Oeo. B. Suhlnn, D. WRniimiuir. business exiitenca depends( upon

Thos. II. Wlgg of Jacksonville Bronson( and :Judge Wm. Forward, H. M. do Montmollln L,, tho cini'.tnuiil, patron.i|:e of oati.-
lies been the guest of Mrs. F. P. both of the Supreme Court of Florida O., Stephens, A. M. Rust, L. U. Ca. flail cuuoinon. lie Color; Cards

DuPont on the Heights.The besides other prominent lawyers nova.. 0*!' APPLICATION FOR and llf". iiutiuu fronickei8teiI

song and piano recital by the of that time. Finance and Auditing-J. H. Bill Tux Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
InltWiihe was appointed( agent or lard. J. H. Kaughtoii, F. D. Wattles,
of Miss IdaLeib of Florllo CO
488S Laws
pupils today, promises the. Bank of Charleston transacting Ac DWij
It. Jirakcnian.
to be quite an enjoyable event Notice is hereby given that Louisa I
through It the first banking business
\ and CommerciaL
Immigration Cowtmrn of tax certificateNo.
Miss Clyde Bates friends lu this After this purchaser rnlntkii.) 11",1.111., l
visiting city. representing
lations F. H. Wilson,. Herbert 1048\ dated the 3rd day of July, "TlISTINCTIVE style, great variety,
In Lake and the bank exclusively for six
attending some
City yearshe
Crook, J. H. Menydny, W.O. Tllgh- A. D., 1809, has med said certificate in
meetings of the Chautauqua asnem also accepted the agency!! of thePeople's man. my office, and has made application for w ww w.w iwO *,. 'I jfl:: moderata price, "ease the first day
Bank. of Charleston. the .a
l lI'J the
worn"-these distinguishing
h bly.Miss Manufacturers and New Knterprln- tax deed to Issue In accordance with law. are
State Bank of Florida and Bank of
Anna Q. Burt of St. Augustine St. Johns. Under Governor Broom es-H. U. Hnnim G. U. Mobl)', J. H. Bald certificate embraces the following! I features of "Queen Quality" Shoes which
arrived In the city last Friday to he; received appointment as a county Haugliton, H. I Gay. described property situated In Putnam We Furnish iI have caused! them to be favored be-

attend the funeral of her uncle, the commissioner In 1855! and was reappointed StntlstlesStewartVorll"nHenry; county Florida, to wit: I yond all other women's shoes in the world;

late Judge James Bnrt. in 1$57, by Governor Ferry Strunz, II. F Leeks, L. (J. Stephens. :'M SA| of e. 15i 12.a. of noj 27 of nwj 6 Bores., section 'I'J i and which by the same token bring womenin
township -
Arthur Hodge bookkeeper for the who likewise him a commission 'I'rnnapol'tatlon,1tlver and Harbor range
gave here. Theseason's
Bald land being assessed at the date throngs to select their shoes
Stanton Foundry and Machinery In 18T.H! as delegate to the -11. M. deMontmollin, :J. N. Walton Good i
of the Issuance of such oertlHoato In the : For
are now ready.
new styles
< company Is recovering from a protracted Southern Commercial Conventionheld Geo. It. Belden Jno. T. Grlllln.Kntertalmnent Unless &
of T. Mitthls.
spell of fever. In Montgomery, Ala. In 1851)>> -8. :J Hllburn, If. said name certificate shall be redeemed accord street and general wear Glazed Kid and
'he was made postmaster by theUnited O. nalllm J. C. Vertrees J). WKamsaur. Gun Metal leathers will be the vogue with
Win. A. Russell, editor of the Pal. States Postmaster General jr., log to law, tax deed will Issue thereon Groceries J
atka News Is at his home In Ores Joseph Holt. During the same year on the 18th day of March.: A. D. 1007. discriminating dressers. Priced $3.50 and

cent City this week suffering from a he was elected Judge of probate for The following special committee Witness my official signature and seal $3.00. Some Patent Leather styles $4.00..HEUBEn' .
slight Indisposition.Mrs. Putnam county, being the first to ill wile appointed to go before Council this the Oth day of February. A. D. 1907.) .

Herbert Crook will give a that office and which he held until and County Commissioners and auk [ISoall] JOSEPH PRICE Every Day j '
not law. that the city and court house Ion be elk Circuit Ct. Putnam countv Florida CROOK, Sole Agent.We're .
after the Although
Missionary Ten for the benefit of the war. a I
beautified down walks B. Baymond Price, cler .
auxiliary of bt Mark's church on yer by profession his aptness and us- by putting By dop.
Tuesday afternoon February 12th.:.! soclatlon with legal minds had given planting trees, etc. H. It. Brake-
him a clear conception of Irs principles man, H, O. Hamin, I). W. Uamsaur, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB in the
Than J. Knight, the popular stenographer and practice. and thus It was he 8. :J. Hllburn. E. W. Warren, :J. C. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter f.
for the W. A. Merryday received a commission from Governor Vertl'"es jr., H. F. Leeks F. H. Wilson 4888, Laws of Florida. f,
company. has been suffering from} an Walker in 18(10( ns judge of the Ueo. H. Selden, H. M. de Mont-. Notice Is hereby given that J. J, Year..Our .
attack of fever during the past week criminal court for Putnam county moll In. '' Hayraans, purchaser of tax certificateNo.

The Monday Afternoon Whin In the year of IBU'J: he was appointee committee on F. K. C. By. connection i of 028 dated the 4th day of July, Goo.Is are Fresh and New ..
between Pitlatka and East bas filed said certificate In -- -
of salesmen of lauds A. D. 18HB my
receiver public
Club met with Mrs. A. H. Wlllard
last Monday. Elegant refreshment for the east circuit of Florida which Palatka asked for more time as the office' and has made application for tax and we would like to have you

were served and an enjoyable. time position be held until the close of mutter was not yet satisfactorily ad- deed to Issue in accordance with law. call and Inspect ,them I

was spent. the war, rendering the state valuable Ju.t..d.The. Said certificate embraces. the following If it Is not convenient for you : !
service during his term of otllce secretary read a telegram received described property situated In Putnam Busy
Rev. U. K. Kercheval, the popular He Identified himself with the Interests from Hon Frank Clark regarding county, Florida, to wit : to call Just phono your order In to .

young minister In charge of tile of the south, but did not enter Orange Mills flats appropriation Net oftnwj, section 21. toxnahlp 11, No 84, auil It will receive promptand
Urovesdale M. E. church, south, active: \ service as he was in the of $2>>.001.1, $16,((JO for the Ockla- range 23. containing 40 acres. careful attention.
Crescent City, was a visitor In the state employ, though he was a member waha river, and 2,0)0. ()) for a surveyof The said land being assessed at the .
city last Saturday.Mr. of the home guard. In 1805 he the St. Johns river. date of the Issuance of such certificate

; and Mr. H. A. Deal of Mialm : received his pardon from Preslden In the Dame of Hemming Ld. a In,. Co. L. C. Stephens j \ ? em. Our tinshop is busy, but
were visitors In the city last Satur- Andrew Johnson. In 1877: he was Beggar Prince Opera Co. Unless said certificate shall be r deemed -
day and Sunday. Mr. Deal in the commissioned by Governor Drew a The Beggar Prince Opera company according to law, tax deed will Issue f not too busy to take care of
member of the Board of Educationof theroon on the 18th day of March, ;
auditor of the extension work of the gave two( performances III Pulutka v
Florida East Coast Railway. the East Florida. Seminary.In this week under the auspices of the A. D, 1007.Witness Kirby and Morris Streets, fj w; your work.
connection with the various of- Athletic Association On Monday my official signature and seal 'I
George F. Ketchum of the War. this the 6th of February, A D 1907. Palatka Florida.
flees he held, Judge Burt continuedto night the company presented the day "-p.-
wick Valley Dispatch, Warwick N. We do all kinds of tin-
carryon an extensive real estate laughable two-act musical comedy [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE, j
Y., was a visitor to the city the past business, and represented a number entitled "Birds of a Feather" and Cleric; circuit ct. of Putnam co. 1'la.Uj J ,. '
week and made our oltlce a fraternal of Insurance companies.( After the on Tuesday evening the three-nc B. Raymond Price, dep. clerk. o smith work and do it well.

call.The war he was the means through comedy "Olivette," was given. \ .
Ladles' Aid society of the i which many estates were Justly settled Monday night's performance was Notice of Application for Tax Deed : ; mm' \: : .Ii 'IlL' IJT miiij Bring to
Presbyterian church will hold its annual .i and many present homes acquired not so well attended owing to Inclement Under Section 8 ot Chapter 48)18) Lawsof rEf I" cili; yourrepairing
supper and apron bazaar In the' During the fifties he was weather, but on Tuesday Florida j in PricesAT : ..1y
Hhelley building, on Lemon street, Instrumental in having the settle evening the seating capacity of the Notlne Is hereby given that William : -; I ,, us; we will please you both

Friday night: Feb 22.:.! Public cordially inent Incorporated and later the Armory was taxed to the utmost. Miller, purchaser of tax certificate THE
Invited.A platting, surveying and opening or Both plays contained many of the No. I'M dated the nth day of July, A. \\iii. with the work and our prices.
streets was left to bin dIScretion. latest musical hits and the chorus D. 11)03.) has filed said certificate in my New York 5 and lOc Store .i irI '
heavy rain fell In this section He located and established what Is was extremely good. Miss Etta office, and has made application for tax
Monday. night, the first of any consequence known as New Town for the colored Merrls In the lea11uIrolla was a deed to Issue in accordance with law
for the past three or four population./ While acting in theca. ulttr favorite while Miss Amanda pop Said certificate embraces the following Ii Here Is a chano for 'those
months A cold wave was predicted paclty of mayor, alderman, or any Scott was accorded a merited share described property situated in Putnam !! who are III need of CKOl'Ki
at the same time but It did not materialUe other city olllcer, he ever kept before of applause. Fred Godding, the county Florida. to-wit: M BUY undULAfaSWARK.: We |If| Kennerly

: for several days after. him the Interests of the town and did comedian. was a whole show In 8wt of eel (loss 4 A. In se cor), .... have reduced t tln> prices. ou nil *-
everything in his to promoteIts section 30 township( 10, 21-36( our goods.. Here. aro a few
:J. L. Baughmnn of Penlel brought power himself and kept the audience In range .
In a nice lot of strawberries Tliurs growth: and brighten its future. good humor throughout the entire acres. Items for which mention wemllake J !
day morning. Mr. Uaugbman has In the year/ of 18118 he married Miss performance Other members of the The sntd land being assessed' at the In tills IHBIIH : .. Hardware Co.

something over an acre in strawber Fanny Horton Russell, daughter of troupe also deserve mention, among date of the Issuance of such certificate = Clip' untl Siiuc'fi-8' 5i; |1'1' ..
rles and the yield promises to be Dr. J. P. Russell, IT. S. A. of Uovor- them Harry Lavelle, tenor, and In the name of W. L. Buck Co. Unless 1.1111-. '" ft
heavy. ernors Island, N. Y., who died at his Chas Nlckle basso. said certificate shall be redeemed according Plutut,*-Itruukfiiit, Dinner "i
home while serving the governmentin to law, tax deed will Issue there. amid other IM.itcs ut flcuiicli.Iuniis : u : PalatkaFla.

chula Mrs, arrived Thomas la D.-Palatka Evans Thursday of Wau was 1849.for many Before years her a resident marriage of she St Organ Recital.The on 1107.\) ou the 2d day of March,-A-*,,,, I>., = of nil kinds. and I?! ,

afternoon to attend the funeral of Augustine.In choir of St. Mark's Episcopal Witness my official signature and seal make at reduced prl.:"... HOur

her father Judge :Jas. Burt Mrs. the fall of 1884 he moved with I church gave and organ and song re- this the 24th day January A. D. 1907. Iii Toy Department Is. !iI
Kviiin will visit her mother and I his family on the Heights where he dial In the church last evening. [iseall] JOSEPH PRICE full to the brim with useful j U,

family during tile Lenten season. had Invested in a large, youngorange The vocal part of the program was Clerk circuit court. Putnam county, Da. articles. at hal the ruirulurpiIcon. - -- --
grove. Among his other undertakings under the direction of Mrs. Edward = COME: ALL! to the I'N!
The Misses C Hand Bessie
Williams of A. : he was among the first orange Mann ot Chicago, and her ability us Notice of Application lor Tax Deed Vu- = ill!
N. Y.
Brooklyn, daughters growers in this section and the first a directress was evidenced by the der Section 8 of chapter 4888 Laws of
of the late Rev. C. S. Williams, to bud and graft on the wild sour excellent manner In which each Florida. ". New York 5 and loc It
a former rector of St. Mark's Episcopal stock. In concurrence with other number was rendered. Notice is hereby given that J. J. Nn Valentines Cards'!
church in Palatka t M '" Valentine
In the last were visitor residents on the Heights the town ol The members of St. Mark's choir I Hayman, purchaser of tax certificate No. | Store, and Post

city Monday. Palatka Heights was Incorporated in are so( well pleased with Mrs. Mann's 061 part of. dated the 3d day of July, AD I... Hired. lo) 'il Block. ed. Wholesale
inon > and Retail
Samuel Burlingham and Leander the year of 188(1.( Up to within two work that they are trying to prevail 181)0./ ) bas filed said certificate In my office S !II at \,
Freeman, retired business men oWlllinautlc years of his demise lie was an active upon her to open up a studio for and has made application for tax deedto PALATKA. FLA.

Conn., spent several ol'.lce! holder III the town council( of voice culture here next winter. Issue In accordance with law. Said certificate Uhf 111"' R, .11:j r"iii' 1,11I, me: mi in.'a<.- RCNT'C: > N S :
days. In the city this week. On Monday the corporation.The "Miss Himnett presided at the organ embraces the following described ,
the gentlemen took the Ockla. funeral service was conducted In her usual artlstlo manner. property situated In Putnam county 4 Palatl I I'
waha river trip and were much impressed from St. Mark's Jo Episcopal church at Following Is the program : Florida. to-wit : Florida. f.

with the scenic beauty of 10:81)) a. in., Saturday, l' eb. !ld.! With "Pr"l.e V..the Father.. ... Oounoil. As to Lot 8, section 31, township, II, i Prict' all Big Stock New Styles, All I-rlces. ,
the river and Silver Spilngs.. St. Mark's church he had all his life The Oliolr. range 23-44 ,'?', acres. i I on
been Identified. actlnor ns treasurer.. OrgnuHolo .... :::..."... .. H"leet".I. The said land belnir. assessed a.t'the IJ!! ,f Viilcntlne's Uny, February 14th.
Eva -
Miss L.
Dunning, the noted from A1IM,* HIIMMIUt."AKiike date Winter Goods
Issuance ,
vestryman.and warden Its organization of the of such certificate @
reader and Impersonator will MJ Houl" U'elllKililil.'
appearat In 1855 until 1887, and was MtNNuii !Mnrnum*. In the name of Hemming Ld & lav. Co.
the Armory Tuesday evening, licensed. as lay, reader by Bishop How l.onu Will Tlmu Forged M<' I'lrui'giir. Unle". said certificate shall be leileomed. Including i iIru
Feb. 12th under the .
auspices of Itutledge In 1855.: ; In March 111011.IV ( 'I'h. (Ilmul1) ,-. according to law, tax deed will Issue
the Odd Fellow's lodge. Miss I Iilvlne' Redeemer" (Ion 11011.
Dunning Ith the asslstiince of others he organized M INK Ie\i>rtUc.! thereon on tho 11th day of "March A. D, Underwear,
Is a gifted reader and all who : a Sunday school and started violin Moll Itf'iH'avntlnii.(' ...ItnlT. 1907. -------=+ -+ -.;;;;
attend the entertainment are prom [,??) Kulllim,"., .llimolu. I 0
lay services until a clergyman was Mr.Vimitir, .. ,,, Witness my official signature and seal 1m Millinery .; J?
ised Hitiiim. tc.a.tC.:
an evening rare : :
pleasure sent to take charge of the parish, and "Th> King" ... .. !tOt""'.)". this 31st day of January A. D 1007.) iw. I Jb..acn.ao'Y: :: e::=-
According to the statement of the to this church so dear to him he was Mr. N. H. ))10"11" [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE, PALATKA FLORIDA
... .... Dress Materials I
State Superintendent of Public Instruction taken for the last rites. The Interment Irgan Halo MlM KlIlMutt.'My ,. .. Hulvutixl. Cleric Ct. Court, Putnam County Florida. Drugs Chemicals.
Druggist Sundries and !
Putnam county will get was In West View cemetery iloemor mill My J.orU" Duck.Ml .
M-tl.10 This amount Is based on an the: noon hour. The casket was borneto ,.,* \foriiifnu. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Etc., Patents.
Hark, Hurk My Houl" ... Tux Deed Under Section 8 of
average attendance of 1,644. The total Its last resting; place by four of his Hliullvy.TliuObolr. Chapter OAREFULLY
annual apportionment of the Interest sous James Leonard, Charles Ed. lWeo..looul. 4888. Laws of Florida. l cut in two for ragea: rR.BSR-'TIONS: OOMPOUNOtO
on the state school fund this mund Russell..and George William, Notice Is hereby given that J. J. "V AtfonU. Mallory steamship Linn. ,I
year amounts to .14,744.17.: The average and Messrs. J. C. Sands and Dr. Ros ITCII-1tLNUWOUM Hayman, purchaser of tax certificate No. January to ninke S +""': .

school attendance In the state enberg. The honorary pall bearers E. T Lucas. Wlngo Ky., writes, 53lpartof.datedthe4th day; of June, AD i I ---
Istll4tW. were Messrs. W C Hargrove. Mar. April 25, lUll):.! : "For 10 to 12 years I 804, has filed said certlllcate In my of-
tin Grlflln. Capt. It. J. Adams, :J. E. had been alllictwl with a malady knownas floe, and has mode application for tax place for a new spring H. L. Ernest
K M. Rugg!!, after a trip to Cuba Marshall, Dr. W. II Cyrus and :Joseph the ''Itch' The Itching was most unbearable deed to Issue In accordance with law. Look and Gunsmith
and points enroute. Including a several Price. ; I had tIled for years to find Said certificate embraces tbe following stock. All our goods ,
days' visit with relatives In IIIB The deceased Is survived by his relief, having tried all remedies I could described[ property situated la Putnam Jeweler and l'. R. Watch Inspector.
city, returned "Sunday afternoon to widow. three daughters and six besides oounty, Florida, towlt: Dealer laHlcyeles
hear of number
sons a of doctors.
I are new.Rliss .
his home In Barnes City, Iowa. !MrKugg [ Merryday Block.
all-of whom were present with tne wish, to state that one single application As to Lots 23-21-25, Section.31, township ( .
was much pleased with I uud. Sewlnff 1l5micliifle5Sewing
: his exception of one son, to their Hnow 11, range 2.1: -120 acres.
pay of Dullard's Liniment cured
southern trip and says that he expects last respect to the loved one.. Two completely and permanently. Since me :I The said land being nssessed at the II i Kale Lucas My stock consists of IIiKh-!: Machine Needle

to come again next season and sons and n daughter are married then I have used the liniment on two date o( the Issuance of such certificate grade; Goods such as Sterling Silver !-

remain fora longer time. Three sons) are electricians, one a separate occasions for ring worm and It In the name of Ilemlug Lt!. & Inv Co. Palatka) Fla.. Tableware, Watches, iiinm amt SupplltfH.

4. Oeo. W. and Edmund R. Burt of lawyer, one a druggist, and one a cured completely. 25o, 6lr) | and ".IMI. Unlets sold certificate shall be redeem..daocordlog J set with DIAMONDS[ and OPALS! Bicycle SiindrlcH, Etc.
Savannah, Oa., arrived In the city banker. Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co.A to law tax deed will Issue : ,
last week to attend the funeral, of "Blessed are all they that fear theLord hereon on the Olh day of March, A. D. Scarf Pins, Lace Pins, Handy

their father. The former returnedto ; and walk In His ways. Co..I....... Ae...... 1907. pins in gold!: and gold filled, Gent :E. O. EARLS,
his place of business Monday afternoon He that hath used no deceit In his A doctor sow Julia Marlowe as Juliet Witness my official signature and seal and Liiilio Fobs, the prettiest

,. while the latter returned to ongtie, nor done evil to his neighbor: ono night In Plttsburg and wits tremendously this the 31st day of Un'y A. D, 1007. the; market, and. hundreds of on 417 Lemon St. Palatka Fl .
Savannah: this morning. Miss RuthA. and hath not slandered his neigh. Impressed Only In the [Seal]) JOSEPH PRICE Education by Mail other
Burt who has heen residing with bor." I pow- 21k. Circuit Court Putnam Cu. Florida things too numerous to mention.
relatives In PlalnCeld N. J., returned erfutdeatia scene there was a technical? C., ..._.hue.or.wpmnya.nt to gas, an_ A flue Blue I Restaurant.
to her home on the Heights last- error. "Miss: Marlowe," the; doctor said Notice of Application for Tax ]>eed ::::''Z\--1lt:\:::: :::: :::: ...:, ..,...-hU,!:;." Douk.r.n. == Unset Diamond, European
1CIrut I
-- anti will Before Justice Rowton. at a reception the next day. "I admired Under Section Hot Chapter 4888, Laws ...... LIt.eeio' .. .Y':1.OI"",,., &to-oa. Ui.to. .... for sale at a. bargain.
night remain
Friday with .
isin. .e...T.......,. T...... C. Melt T'b'
her family for three or four weeks. On Wednesday afternoon a colored ;your Juliet profoundly. The Impersonation of Florida.( rm allied to pu viitiniiuUIuiui.' 11 vmni tit PJBIISO give nm u call nnd con Furnished Kooom
Notice la that D. S Cannon Clnnil fn AiMro S. 1. ..c.mm'mm .. tZ.I
hereby given m '" BlMkU. ?U
woman named Ruth Butler of the was a work of art But, pardonme vince yourself.
In a runaway on Kirkland street purchaser of tax certificate No. Hot and Cold Baths
towerv section, was before JusticeC. dou't you know that a
Wednesday morning Mrs. Alex. corpsedoesn't 4e4 dated the 4th of A. D.
I. Rowtnn's, court day July; ,
charged with stiffen for least At
at six hoursafter
thrown Wattles.from Jr., and a wagon little daughter and both were received elllng Intoxicants without the formality death" Miss. Marlowe answeredIn onto 1898... has and has DIed made Bald application certificate for In tax my '''", ,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,

painful Injuries about the head defendant of securing bound a license.In The the drawl that she reserves for such deed to issue In accordance with law. Shoes Free James & Varjies,

and shoulder. Mrs Wattles was was over the ipecchcs ":Oow, doctor do you think Said certlllcate embraces the following I FIRE !
of .<) )
um *:2mM! to appear at the spring I
returning to her home ou the Height ''term; of court. She produced the I'm going to keep my audiences walling described property situated In Putnam Paletta Fla.

4 and when near Oay Brothers. ware bond.( Annie Baliey, also colored, six hour for me to stiffen" county Florida, to-wlt: :e Insure 2 To every child born in Putnam
house on the railroad In the west pt Hlk 12 Francis, seel Ion 8, towu- your property
the Bounty
end, the horse became frightenedat Tuesday was the prosecuting Bailey-woman witness.was before On CURED LDIIOAOO. ship 10( range 26. E against Fire 3 is during the year 1007 that n. Grace Rowley,

some flour barrels and bolted down :Judge Rowton charged with- A. B. Canman, C hloago, writes March The said land .being assessed at the ==; with :::: brought to my store before two
'. Klrkland street at fearful rate. aiceny, the complainant being Ruth 4, 1'KKJ.\ "Having been troubled with date of the Issuance of such certificate months old, I will give its first Pianoforte Teacher and Aoooinpanln'

Iii' isn effort to save the child Mrs Sutler. So: both are probaby thinkIng Lumbago, at different times and tried In the name J. J. Padgett. Unless until, | H. Finley Tucker itE pair! of shoes ABSOLUTELY Coaching on Bong
Wattles lost control of the reins anil ore this that the way of the one physician after another, then different certificate shall be redeemed according nEE. Superior Instruction at 1'upll
F both abe and the little one were transgressor is Indeed a hard one. ornt meets and liniments, gave It up to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on Insurance, rS Residence
thrown, with terrlfllo force to the altogether. Ho I tried once more and the 23d day; of February A. D. 1007.
== ornoeoppoaite Court House ris William
ground. Dr. Steen was 1tUfJ1, ell got a bottle of liallard Snow Liniment Witness my official signature.. and seal == Curry San! Mateo, and PalatU. _
and gave medical assistance antiiie4treportatheioJnre' FOR RENT.-A very small cot. which gave me almost Instant relief. Ian his the llkh day of January A D. 1907. Palatka, FIorlda. Z5 '*
$ tae for white people. to N, 3eal JOSEPH PRiCE The Man With Shoes RENT-Two Furnished or
were gettij Apply cheerfully reoommend It, and will [ | .1POK
long very well I, Tilghman. tI. add my name to your list of sufferer" Clerk rt. court Putnam. county, Florida, mmmmmmmmmmm Pftlatka) Florid'*"!i Oak unfurnished and Sixth rooms.St. Inquire 1.4The corner-"

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