The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 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
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System ID: UF00075922:00084
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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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:-NEW SKEIES: VOL. XV, NO. 82. _

I .- PALATKA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907. $1. Per Year

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$$- -- The Log Drlvtr. PUBLISHER'S ANNOUNCE KEUKA_NEWS. '.', '

The life of 11 river log driver In a life MENT. LATE STATE NEWS. J. B. Howe who has been spending\
tlmt seems to get hold! of ono lifter ayour ,
I. time In Pnlatka.. In home
Uy ucllon of the Konrd/ of Coinily some again
; or two. Von are jjonerally wet
through for twelve hours out of the I Commissioners WednegJay nil B. J. Draw made a business trip to \

-lOur I,I twenty-four. Ten of yon Hloup In a election will be held li> Putnam The prohibitionists of Marlon coun- Roohelle last week.
ANNUAL CLEARING 12 by 13: foot sunnry; you live ty are organizing another "wet We are very sorry to say that Mrs.
I on fried, everything, "bluck strap" cOllntyon Monday Septombnr 801h,, or dry" campaign, J. 1<;. Matchett in quite 111. Her ,

treacle and slewed tea. You _
i at 10 and get up at 8. You lire everlastingly Putnam,, shall continue to are the covery.
county again\ at capital, havingreturned -
cursed l and never praised by from PV'ol'k lost' Monday Mrs. Grace Ogg has gone to Avon .
', the foreman. Your lite is In danger license. the beverage liquor business, night. Park where she will spend the -winter '

more or lent all day long and ;you or whether that bu..III08N hall he entirely with her daughter, who In teaching .
The Calexto Ijopey Ca, cigar
i never gut more than $35 a month for y at that place.
outlawed.We manufactory of Havaun Cuba will
SALE work! thnt la worth $100. "Then wby move to Wont Tampa. This factory MIsH Grace Miller, who at presentIs
stick at It?" you say, anti, nil I 'can bellevt.that the entire .busl- will employ over 7UC men. filling position in the postoflloe

answer is, "Just give It a fair trial |fleas of inanufnoturlnK and vending at Interlachen during Mrs. E. A.llrusb' .
Howell Sheet. of Hon. W.
for a eon absence was a caller In
n year, and then you'll know.- ,
WJde World alcoholic beverages.. U inimical to the N. Sheats of Tailuihassee has. been town Friday.
Magazine.8up signed to play with the Jacksonville
moral and material well-being of I baseball club next year. Mrs. Annie Kelly of Holllster, and ,

.rlatlv.s. this or !any community where It Is her siHter-ln-law, Miss Mary Kelly of -.
I IS NOW ON I Dr. Johusou says In hi.. "Grammar of lion.V'. M. Holloway' state superintendent Valdosta, Georgia were guests of

the English Tongue" "The comparison permitted to flourish, and that II* baa announced of that public he.Instruction will bu 'a,o Mrs.> C. J. O'Haver last Friday.

of adjective. is. very uncertain and, overthrow In a matter of clvlo and candidate succeed himself. Mrs. L. F. Angler has returned .

being witch regulated by commodiousness moral urgency Into which every after having spent several days visiting
of utterance, II not easily reduced The acreage In Mango groves in In Palatka and Georgetown.Dr. I'
other/ public question .becomes sec Dado county la being greatly Increased
to rules,
and an effort will be made to Warren of Palatka was In
Conserve Your Energy Keep Your ; Then ho quotes passages from "Para ondary. The beverage liquor business increase the market for this Hummer town last week, having been called
dIe Lost" In which the words "virtu-- hal been called the"gigantic fruit. three miles out in the country from
ousest" and "powerfullest" nre found here, to see Jim !Strickland who was
find a from crime of crimes." And whi-u Its The authorities of !Ht.: Augustinewill hurt by some falling timber. We '
it1 passage Agon-
Spirits Up, Wear a Suit made for Istes" which." contains the word "famOIl.e"t product Is brought i In review It ID. not building soon on erect the moat a fine pioperty public school which are improving glad to nicely say that, and the hope patient to soon III

w dllllcult to believe the Indictment. will bo formally trnnslerred by the sea him out again. .
Surely Milton bad im eur.-Notes and government to the school board. :
Hot Weather. Queries. Believing that the people of Putnam Wm. Drew of Levon U here with
And now a prohibition league Is to
county would be happier and : its brother, B. J. Drew recuperating ;'
be fuimed in Pensaooia and an effort from' chills and fever.
Tough Far.
\ more prosperous with thin liquor made to make Kacambla county dry. I ,
lu a New Zealand l town one of the Petitions are already In circulation Mrs. Mary Lot lirop entertained the
--- municipal candidates, a pronounced I menace removed the publishers of asking the county commissioners to "Lone Toadies" at luncheon last Bat-i,

pl Scotsman, had received a present of a the Palatka News hereby nitain enlist call a special wet 01' dry election. !lrdl Y: Tim affair was a most en.
buge Scotch thistle which at the ]oyaoie one.
moment -
rank of that of Tho Hrnrke Tigers defeated the "
In the Rood .
Comfort, energy and high spirits for the man who dresses happened to be lying on the table army Oak Halls of Gainesville at n gameof \ Ulna\ > Mary O'llaver who Is secretary .
these hot days in clothing that was designed and made for midsummer of bis committee room. A friend citizens> who are from this day engaged baseball on Tuesday by a score of 4 In the superintendent's office,
entering withdrew suddenly, with the In the work of removal. to 1. 't'he Stlllke club III about the Southern Express Co., Jacksonville '
,p wear. "" remark: "I beg your pardon. I Idn't best amateur aggregation- ballplayers Is home spending a months vacation.Mr. \ I'

< Th fact that warm weather came in June instead of flay ..JI!: know you were at luncheon." IlUSSEI.r. & VlCKEllh.Pulatka In the atiitp. \ and Mrs. J. Harper Wylle and

affords whatever fora Aug. 8, 1007. A holt of I flvu Interesting daughters of Inter-
no reason man's trying to struggle through lightning set lire to the
India Rubb.r. -- ---- big fertilizer of the Armour's lac hen were the guests of C. J: 0'-
Ip July and August-the hottest part of the year-in the kind of a Fe'v; articles seem more strangely School Board Doings.At In Jacksonville. plant last Sunday nnd the Mayer, (Sunday. "

r( suit.he needed three or four months ago. named than India rubber. It gets the the meeting of the county loss Including vnlue of stock on The orange! growers of this section

We have a much larger much more desirable assortment of "rubber" from the first use to which it school board on Tuesday, O.! L. hand is about *100000. The plant were quite blue during the dry weather \
that of employed about 200 men and will be about the but since .
was put- erasing pencil marks) Chamberlin and F. Al. Puysou of orange crop, .
two-piece suits (coats and trousers), to be worn with soft shirt by moblng. Nor should It be associated Crescent City were present. They rebuilt the rains have so abundantly blessed I

(:( and belt, than any other clothing house in this community. i with India. The tree was first presented pledges for somftlilnn, The acting mayor of Uciila hits us, they are greatly encouraged and
mentioned by an explorer among the over $200 for the pay of a fourth ned a local hnckman $50 and costs any the prospect is fine for plenty of
) There are flannels, serges and Tropical Worsteds; quarter- Mexican Indians three centuries ago teacher for the Crescent City high ror driving n team of hack homes fruit. >

h lined with fine mohair or cool pongee silk. ) and the first account of the substance school which wee granted, the whose condition was unlit for work. The grapes. seem to be a failure
: The in In connection with Columbus' visit county agreeing to pay the balance This Is the fourth or fifth case of the his yeiir-out-we are not worrying
very appearance of the garments bespeak comfort, and Haiti second needed. This school has only been kind that hns been up in the Ocala about It. The Lord knows bpst andIs
to his
the feel of them is a luxury. of on voyage. Most teaching ,to the eleventh grade, but municipal court. doing His part to help us in the

Despite the late summer, our sales of light-weight clothing ) Brazil.our present But Columbus Importation and comes those from explorers will now old Include school that at gradv.The Jb'rultland. wan Judge George N. iiardln an old and wet and dry election.1NTERLACHEN. I

have exceeded sales of former But who followed him were aearch- re-established and u teacher will be I Popular citizen of Clay county died
l any season. we anticipated a f! it his home In Green Cove Springs ITEMS.
for abort to the next meeting of the
lug a India anti assigned by
h heavier trade when we made our purchases from the manufacturiI( passage board.It last week of canoer of the stomach ;
that the land
they discovered
supposed they school at He was county Judge at the time of ]\1rs. 8. M. Coburn returned from
I 1s stated that the
L ers months,ago. .JIJ was India. The name India will bo discontinued. ils doatli. lie had been J15 years In her outing at Summer Haven on
We bought a much larger stock than we ever before thoughtof rubber is therefore a permanent sign Huntington, the public service In various otllces. Thursday-had a fine time. fishingand \

buying. Consequently, we still have a large number of suits in 'f nf their mist-aim .-- Orange Crop Prices. old Charles, living Ijekly at X'anama jr.. a lad Park 14 years story salt, "enten water alive bathing by mosquitoes.but the usual"" ,

all the latest styles and most attractive patterns. ): Kind oC Htm. It begins to look as though tlI9Orallll'O killed by lightning on Sunday. was Ha Mrs.\ George Berkelman made a ':.
"No, dear." said: be, "I don't Intendto growers will make as much with a pl\rtyof half a dozen ladies trip to Palatka her .
Under such circumstances, we have decided that it is good f!. money this season as they would visiting son and
work after
have ;you "do your own and children had entered a store to .
business judgment to offer to the of Palatka and Putnam have made had we no drouth. The wife.H.
people we are married. known scarcity of fruit has caused escape the storm. All were rendered O. Ashforth an old soldier llvng -
\( county some notable opportunities in the way of values- "18 that so, dear?" she cooed. them to hold for better prices, mid killed unconscious by the bolt which here Buttered shock of paralyila r
Here "Yes" ne went on. "I have Just yet we have heard of no one selling Leidy by breaking his neck. .some time ago, and though recovered
they are: been looking up your bnslness'affalrs. at a low price It Is true the buyer. J. K. McDonald, receiver of the enough to get around and care
and I find that you are perfectly ableto are somewhat at sea but If the growers Fort Dallas, National Hank of M lain i. for himself, friends advised him to
: All Men's and Boys' Clothing at 25 per cent ) keep a hired girl."-Detroit Frs>e will not be In a hurry about sell. reports to the comptroller of the make .some provision for his. care
Press. ing their fruit they will g..tood!\ currency that the total assets of the while able. Putting his house. and
tt3: off regular prices. [E ___ ____ money for their crops. We believe mule amount to $(KIH7.101\ of which contents irflhe hands of friends, he
Power nnles managed with gentleness the majority of the buyers are always 11(7,700( lire good $404,675 doubtful has gone to Danville, Illinois, to ''I
does but make man pleased to see the fruit sell for ind iflM.Hi"\ ) worthless. The total enter the Soldiers' Home. in that
Panama and Straw Hats / cent off. and discretion of a good price but the trouble U certain lIabilIties. which does not Include place.
Intervals good
33 per the moro hated. No Held l cl\pitolstock The
1 buyers get In the cathy amount to 677,070. Social Club met with Airs. D.M. .
"umor, no starts of bounty will atone dud men who tinder-estimate their The Jorthell on Thursday afternoon.

Low quarter Shoes, 15 per cent off. ] CoWer.for tyranny and oppressions-Jeremy quote crop snap fruit it to up the and Jobber then at begin a low to railroads have req centering nested permission In Jacksonville Joseph DeTllla quite poorly, suf-
of the State Railroad
.- prion. A man with only a limited Commissioners farIng from severe attack of neu-
-- --____________ I amount of fruit can thus net the to close their freight depots !Satur: algla. .
AMan'sHouseIs day afternoons In order to
give employes -
price for the season and the growers I a half-holiday. The Taw Charles Francis has begun on the
should see that such men doi}'t get requires. that all now erection of a building for his conCrete -
His CastleIt even this limited amount of fruit freight depots brick plant.
kept open from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m.
We that such
don't to a
mean say control the each week day during the year. The T. W. and I. railroadsjnir from

Fearnside ClothingCompany : price mancan of oranges completely, but he can do much Kev. M. P. Foley, D. I)., Rev. T. the clay pit west of town to the At- ,
should bo fc.ttIc'd protected antlo
Coast Line
to keep prices down.-Wauchula Ad. Moore Kev. M. Maher, D. D. and was finished !Saturday ,
with good! Va!',*. Ton Imuftci are vocate. Rev John O'Brien, all prominent and men and bosses had a ,
burnt up by slow deny, from not priests In the Catholic diocese of holiday. Monday cars began run11 ;
beinp;proper"!) ,''Llllto that in d eORtllnttl'tll t tc Jk, *;'tt home. well "Tluuk you sot" said old 1 Tlgblflst Mayer, O'Krlen and Foley have Just 8. Upham, a prominent citizenof '
painted, if ,',ic r.:' ,ill:! ,of plant to tho boy who hud run several blockson celebrated the 15th anniversary of South LakeVeir and a well-
sc i* Ult:
world cannot .1"! :pod job with fur ye." big sawmill at Cornell, five Held was a guest for a few j,
c Patatka Florida.ZU.I.I.1TJf. t oar paint, but give good painterPATTON'S "Don't tempt me. iruv'ner," said the miles south of Ocala on the Atlantic days of llev. !H. J. Townsend and .
wife. He will
his wife III \
bright: boy "1f I was tor take all dnt Coast Line was burned Saturday. Join Melrose .,,
Mass.Mlas 1
money I might buy a auto wld it im' The fire started i In the roof over the ,

Vb git pinched for .Bcorchln'."-rhllndol- boiler and inn few minutes spreadover Ethel Gillette entertained tho 'J
Press. the m III. Most of the merchantable Hisses Louise and Kate Wood lu
phla .
lumber was. saved but honor of the latter's birthday
$$ about 2 .000 feet of other lumber was ;
lng.nlou burned, with the mill The comml- Mrs. UooiUell, and her daughter- "
Servant (to artist returning from a sary was. saved. The loss was much n-iiuv with her children,. stopped "
--- pANTS holiday)-There bare been so many In excess of $ ,()Oo.) with no Insur- here on their way to the home of the ,.. ','
callers since you left that I have been ance. former near Carleton. i iIJ.
:f :Ti:1LTc'TL:1L'i.'TL: : obliged to wash the names from the Hon. W. H. Hooker, repre.entalive F. Martin of Macon. Oa., U' In

h I FOR SALE and will you lock will vco'l turci/' tad(fit wcur'a Job,,thut'ell. slate twice to make room for others. in the legislature from DeSoto town representing a marble firm. .

Peerless -.-. They arc economical: paint because Pearson's Weekly.What county thousand, has beef Just cattle purchased of Cant. James four Held As & Vagrant. :. '
ti.t cover vo much moraurf.ici 1
) Hendry of Fort Myers for which he A recent issue of the Savannah .
and much linger I. the Answer t \
) wttr: BO
t: and !Unimproved Land than ordinuy paint! They roM She-That is. a woiunn whom I envy.anl. paid *<)0,000.) Mr. Hooker was reputed Morning News contain. the follow- '
to be the wealthiest
Improved man In the
lug former
concerning a citizen of
retailers whoso .
ProcessArtificial > 1 by repntnola curious as it may seem she envies lust legislature ,
though he never put this place and who the to I'
quit city
business, cxiitcnca depends upon : .
me. Ho-How can that be? She on any "lu I" and avoid
was Just plain prosecution on a serious
and County. thot continued of eatia1 -
In Uoth City patronnga We both after the "Bill"
were same mnn- Hooker to those'who came to charge:
1 fit J cumomeni.' Get Color Card .'
j and I married Illustrated Bits. know him well.
and wfoi'mutton ;:QntAckeEfflll8Ie1I ;you.- "Jack Blavolo, famed aa the origi!
A report Is current In KeyVest loop-the-loop artist, was arraigned
Stone Walls, They Quit Right Thor. that Editor. W. Thompson of the In Police Court yesterday morning

Henry Strunz, ( Dru[ 6o. The Into Andrew J. Hum, a well. Key West Citizen is In trouble In charged with cheating, swindlingand
!'i! Copings and Steps t: known hotel milD of New York was Nassau. He went over there about vagrancy. On the latter charge ';
month ago to straighten affairs of le was. remanded to the City Court .
Palatka .
at the
Florida "- time of the civil war, proprietorof
for Cemetery the Prudential Benefit Association, for trial.
.. .. ._ a hotel In New Bedford. A. number of which he was president. Two "Though a number of visitors told
Work ", ", ", ", of colored citizens Interested In the weeks ago he was. heard from, stat of Dlnvolo's method of securing board I' :
andWater formation of a military company cnlied: ing ho was having considerable for himself and family at nothingper
td E. FIR'E II upon him antI Informed him that they tioubln with the natives who threat- week, he was. dismissed on the
Tight Vaults examine :: would be glad to form the companyand ened him violence If be attempted cheating and swindling charge. He
e Call and :::t
Ic -. Inm.ro your property iiKiilnut fire allow ulm to suvseat: the nil 01"". to leave the Island\ but nothing has was nrrented in a negro dwelling at
specialty. PVDLICCLQCKCorrespoid3 ;;; H. Finley Tucker provided he would pny for tho equipment been heard from lilm since. He Is No. 527 Harrison street, and his. w lie
.EE Insurance. 5Op. *. accompanied by his wife and child, and child were with him

For prices or estimates i-1 / : Piquard's E:: .Court hone Piilutkn Flu, =S "Congressman T. D. Elliott baa. fitted curity.and some anxiety Is felt for his se- has'The cheated wife asserts no one,that and her in the husband.afternoon -

E:: =3 out a company of white men. nnd
apply toG Real Catata Bargains' wrote to relatives. for money
Ijo.< Wit .YO\l No.4.-Ten-room.' y-ntiiry house "-" throughout the war they will bo Known Careful experiments, conducted enough. to get her husband out of
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corner lot WKllfl.) clump,i for castS.No. at the Elliott Light (Unnrds" said tit:. during the past two month. by the trouble. It was shown that he had -
or 0. PETRE HOWARD Hand-Painte.d ::: Two-story. bouim on the -ZfHttliclttH spokesman of tho colored men. agents of the department of agricul begged| drink. and His little
::: ,. )UNt far "OIlKh out of == ture, following closely along lines ofniodern
town to alIve Ulty tlkXB** ,Wlltltr rgfoniuictloiiH "Well," said Dam "If I am to equip\ family la being cared for at the Sal
VATCH Kootl: teII.: :: fumigating\ methods In use vatlon Hotel.
Palatka Fla. > ( = jfiUxK and organize: thin colored company 1 In California Army ,
et'JI7' >. Thin' nruporty inunt l>e.oIi l have resulted In acquiring "])Iavolo. in bis
fltjsaccurate! Ch I n a.ItiiapleasuriWknowlhet :: tulOc, no will, vvll. lit a : _.S shall insist that they be known as tho detailed Information regard money-getting expeditions
"t..I1- .
.aId Iwlunue tn I was accustomed to show a
lu'nbJ'n"tt'jt.u'1l'n-t.i1: :::: pirClIItI T-J Dam Black Guards log the practicability of this line of ,
'(. l E:: "'NO.: "!!._i.tory houae, II room* =S The company was never organized.New .- treatment for the white fly. It Is Chicago purporting newspaper to, stating coma from that he a 3
you nave the ria"II lime to bt'Hldua. liiundry, room pun try. Z2oloHUt York Tribune.ChamberUln'i expected that In the course of a few
Shoes "the Ktond.but Illttxa- :_::: ,,etu.Burn Aiutx inul outhou with U nliMt,'", b loot.tl 7roomM == months. there will be available a publication was wager traveling and that around In a certain the world numberof on a
Free !
I" l GnJ M -6ccn 10I SMITH :::: SitOxJ. ..)O. ft. Fruit, Cr.... on t>liu>... -- I Colic, Cholera and DiarrhaM -' dealing with the subject) of months he must complete the cIrcuit
Moat d.rllh.locality ou IIulKht _., fumigation
I as adapted to Floridaconditions
0 \IJII"J :::: (inn. be bouHlit' nt half It. .,,,Iu... _* Remedy Better Than and 1I'1"IIII\"pecltlo recommendations and nave fS.OUO In his. pocket.
No. t'Two.tor.< houtw, with Ii "At present ha baa none of this
To every child born In Putnam -_ ,-Howard |I :::: roouift on p.'lka' J.J'Nb..S.4mll.: == Three Doctors.Three I' as to usage and methods sum. He was recently before the

Connty during tbe year 1001 that :: .. ..... ,yVatchf :_::: from P.O..lit Moo.l H hluukti repair fi'oiit' imtU 4.'hte.faetOry. .amiewnr '. =_= year. ago we had I three doc- oj?l[ pl'ocodure.-Orland", Democrat. recorder on 'a charge similar to that!

brought to my\ store before .t\v-' ..' .. Jeweler .connection > no..*.. fwnuml, =*g tot with our Uttle boy and everythlLg Life Insurance. / on which he was arralo-ned this time
nionthn old I will Rive its first I' .JI-..;. + ailoJ84l The :::: bo..d..11 eaulpinvutfi iinueminry for they could do seemed In vain At last. Fqr twenty-five cents can, insure but escaped tine. Ha wears knlokprbo'k.r -
1 hrmNllntf stills rulNtutf ohlukftiin.Own you now -
I '' : rca E: ,, iitnviHl from : == when all hope teemed to be gone we and and Is always glad\ to tell
pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY ::9{ 31 : r cltv at> will ;yourself family against cry
*', ''. :I J5toJUO :: *tll on lltwnil' t..rsattiercnI.or, -- began using Chamtierlalu's (0 lo. (hoi. bud results from an .attack of hU thrilling leap of death, one of
REE. .s $ ..... E:: part utiHh ftinl: bttL In tIat&iItiini.I 5No era and Diarihuvit Remedy end. In a few d''ho' during. the of collo or I t"11 101 tricks of the UrciU DUvolra."
I ... .." Q.Ioo.--' :-.. ., Palatka I == ,H.-fl ncreii of. fen%oI,l .luml., I.:IM,) ==5 hours he began to Imp.ovw 'TO'li'V h.. That is he prloe of ,KsLntrle slimmer of Clumber months Thf i "corder's. or.a trick look .all of
;. Creel tylII.kI I at t.Oos
; ; oranse !Ie *<' healthy lha
a arirttwill d I prioimc-r'ii, liowv-r, .
and ha _
William year),V-story hou H, overlooklna rlS .Iah, Colic Cholera anti, Dlarrhou was
M. : Item-
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i Curry : ntmutlfut olunr-WAttr l lake:In twii *r* wish for. -Mrs B 3. JOHNSToN Lin on. J J&flail. mly a medicine that has ti. i J.ll.
5erd for cbpo: ioUDERT ; of Kouka,only ,( ==5 Foi sale by Arkprmautart mver been

Tho Man'WIth Shoes : JJUIBAIW WA'CH' book& Fla, 1i !1..1..1.l11.1... .. Drug Co. ___________ save kunwa life.to For fall sale JUiy by It."l1prma-It..w-now. It !may you Ivon will find s ill a try Salmon Argo that Red Salmon you nunwtwiij" ,
; nbsortljur art Drug<:
I HOW.A@ the Palatka N",.., (1. depend
upon. Motlilno nlotr.
I Palatka, Florida e i.O QWArJfI''Wl lUU$ !;

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Ike? South Is Going Dry. Th. Log Driver X J
: THE PALATKA NEWSEntered The life of a river log driver Is a life I
Lay the jest about the julep in the after a
that scernti to get hold of one
at the Palatkapostofflc! What Stats Editors ar Saying camphor balls at last. year or t'vo. };ou are generally wet I II '

as mallable matter of the second For (him miracle baa happened and< through for twelve hours out of the : :: '
class.Piljllshed. the olden days are past;
Ten of sleep a
That which makes Milwaukee Ms twenty-fviir. you I
at Falatka. Fla., on Must. Show Their Hand tory doesn't foam in Tennessee, 12 by 13 foot shanty; you live'

Fridays by Of course we know that Florida And the lid In old Missouri is a. on fried everything "black strap.: .

RUSSEI1&VICKERS. caunot be made a prohibition state tight locked aa can be- trcitcle and stewed tea. You go to bed

by act of Us legislature. Ther O the comio paper colonel and his at 10 ana< get up at 8. Ton are ever'lastingly

w. A. RUSSELL E dl l..r must firH be an amendment to the cronies well might sigh. ? cursed aud never praised by
S -- Constitution adopted by the people For the mint la waving gaily and the the foreman. Your life Is In danger
and that be done until South la going dry.
cannot now more or lets oil day long aud you
RACING. ." 4.
THE the election following the leglsla By the stlllslde on the hillside 10 never ClOt more than $35 a month for 1rh.Ts1.4m5Fe I
little In the sportln tlve session of ItHI. But all the all Is still emiii
You BOO very Kentucky work that Is worth $100. "Then wby

columns of the dully. newspaper same only to we mention would-be It an candidates a, suggestion for For the only damp refreshment monet stick at ItT' you say, and all .1 l can
be from the rill
now about racing. governor, there Is going to be a demand No'th dipped Ca'lina'a up stately ruler; glees answer is, "Just: Rive It a-falr trial

There was n time when the raCIng by the people to know how his soda glass a shove for a year, and then you'll know."-

of horses of splendid blood* and ArftL you stand on the (treat question of And discusses local option with the Wide World Magazine.
L prohibition and you might/ as well)
:South Ca'lina Oov.
blaB lineage was euphoniously call prepare fur it.-Madison New Knterprlse. It Is useless lit the fountain to be< Superlatives" % :
ed "tho sport of kings. _____ wlnkful of the eye, Pr Johnson says In his "Grammar of PORTION OF R.J.REYNOIPSTOBACCO COMPAWCS PLANT 1906

Today in the (Tutted j States, save Cet Busy For State Fair- For the cocktail glass. Is dusty and the Engll Tongue," "Tbe comparison

only In a few places, It Is more truly the !South Is going dry. of adjectives l Is'ery uncertain aud,
all with the I
=Now let us get busy
'thegamble of touts." state fair and make, It a bigger arid I It Is water water everywhere and being much regulated by commodious The Largest Best-Equipped Cleanest Flat Plug

It Is just another Indication of the better one than, any of Its lllustrloui not a drop to drink ness of utterance. Is not easily reduced ,

decay of the old spirit that used to predecessor It might profit us to We no longer hear the music of the to rules." Tobacco Manufacturing Plant In the WorldThe

and remember that we (tot the first appropriation mellow crystal clink. Then lie quotes passages) from 'Turn-
animate Americans, When the Colonel and the Major and amount of sweetening than! 'any other
on sac-Mint of the fact disc Lost" In nblch the words "vlrtu- factories} equipped with kind
proof of the decline of the mad interest that no point In Florida had ever the Ueneral and the Jedge, onsest" and "powcrfullest" are found Reynolds the and has wholesome, stimulating and satisfying ,
In gambling and get-rlch-qulcl taken enough Interest In the fair to> Meet to have a little nip to gIve every modem appliance for producing effect on chewera.
and a from "Samson sonlutes" -
schemes. the make appropriation It a success. was The due renewal to the of For their the eggnog appetite now an Is edge noggless and which pORsago contains the word "fmm-, best chewing tobacco by. a clean sanitaryand SCHNAPPS Is the brand that made the

Originally race tracks were exempted fact that we (gave the people of tin the rye ban gone awry. mousest. healthful process under the dlrectln.Reynolds factories famous as the manufacturers -

from the legislative enactments state something which they could And the punch bowl holds carnations Surely. Milton bad nn onr.-Notes and of who have made the business a life of the best and most popular brands

against gambling/ on the plea- see with pleasure and remember and and the South Is going dry. Queries. men of tha Picdof chewing tobacco and made necessary the

true at the time-that the tracks encouraged point to with pride. Lotus set out All the night caps now have tasslei study are located in the centre enormous growth

the breeding of fins horses this time to earn a doubled appropriation and are worn upon the head- Tough Fare. mont tobacco ... :' '
for the next series. It will Not the night caps that were taken In a New Zealand town one of the belt known to 'U.'o: ;<', .... from a small factorythe
Today the majority of the track all sorts of In all aorta in 1875 to the
pay us money before nobody went to bed. municipal candidates, a pronounced -:: ; larg
world as the .S I. t
are In the hands of sports and gam of ways and at the same time give And the breeze above the blue grassIs Scotsman bud received a present of a \I'n '#1. ; -., est fiat-plug fac-

biers and politicians, who have no Tampa a reputation for always being as solemn as is death. lingo Scotch thistle, which af the moment best productive te. \ \ ,' toryintheworld.Wlthanaromasode .
there with the goods that will bea 'li.w j \ t \ 't* >v. .
earthly interest In the breeding of for or For It beam no pungent clove tang I){ happened> to be lying on the table soil tobacco -.J. .,_ : ,. The men who
valuable asset a generation on Its odoriflo breath .. "# l'fTi;! .; .
fine horses.What of bis committee room. A friend,
Tampa Times.
two- And each man can walk a chalk line and -'"-- started the
they are after all the time I I. when the stars are In the sky, entering withdrew suddenly, with the lightful, pleasing 1 Co. In 1875 are directing It
Too Late For Hennery- it created end po.ucirLzcdthe Reynolds ,
Not that
remark "I beg pardon. I didn'tknow appetizing
and your
money, and 111 order to get it am For the fiii glass now Is flzzless number of manufacturersOnly
Representative. :Neal, In the Oeor- the South U going dry. you were at luncheon." fondness for chewing tobacco. Tnere'" are a greater
It are willing to
get quickly they gus legislature/ has set noble example choice selections of this! well- "'::1' ng.imitations claimed to be just as good

have low-class horses, picturesquely Jle ha discovered a way to Nay the jest about the julep, 'neath. Much. ea SCHNAPPS than any commodity manufactured
Too.Too cured leaf are in
liar without the chestnut tree at lost, matured thoroughly
and a
known us "doits" "selling call an adversary
ruflllng his feelings or doing violence for there's but one kind of moon "Thank you, son," said old Tlgbtfist SCHNAPPS and others of .the high-grade ; yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS

plater., ran In so-called races In to the proprieties or repeating a stale I shine and the olden days are past to tbe boy who had run several blocks Reynolds brands, and expert tests prove chewed than the total amount of all imitative -

which the results have usually beei, and vulgar chestnut. In sharp controversy Now the water wagon rumblei on an errand for- him. "Here's a penny that this tobacco requires aocl takes a smaller brands, or tobacco of similar appearance.
arranged beforehand. with the editor the At- through the Southland on Its fur ye."

Racing Is now generally regards/ In nta Constitution on question of trip "Don't tempt me, iruv'ner," Bold the B. sure the lattin en: the tsj semi under tie ttj pell S-C-H-K-A-P-P-S sad you win kiwI the ganulno.

HS sure-thing gambling In which the fact. of a personal nature Mr. Ned I And it helps no one to drop oft to Bright lx>r. "If I was ter taka. all dat TOBACCO CO. Winston-Salem PJ.! C.
does not denounce the editor aa "a pick up the driver' whip money I might buy a auto wld It on'
lower order of gamblers wax rich on deliberate and unmitigated liar" as For the mint beds make a pasture alt pinched for scorcbln'."-Philadelphia
a gullible public. It Is for this rca any common chump might do, but and the corkscrew hangeth high,

HUH that the newspapers are devoting rising t<> true Chesterfield All is still along the stlllslde\ and Press. -
heights, he says, "You missed the the :South I Is going dry.
little to this old time
very space murk and stated a proposition not in Orlando Reporter-Star. Inganioua. ill

port _ harmony with the facts." We hall Servant (to artist returning from a [Education by Mail 1 1I

ho,,. Park Trammel! of Lakeland: Mr. Ned as a true reformer and we A Valuable Agent. holiday)-There bflve been so many '

should ho be elected to the t'nltedStates hereby enlist under his banner In I The Klycerlna emylo>'e<] In Dr. .IMerco. medl- callers since you' left that I have been w...._ ............. .....-.........- II '
the great cause of safe and sane con does frreatljr enhance the medicinal 1 proper- obliged/ to wash the names from the L.......ma. ..._"" __;,.,,},lnsot/wm.,mthotoriO. LiOOkk000lI ,UrO. w. A. Herryday Co.Dualci'4
I ,, gOac.
Seuate, would be one of the troversy.-Live Oak Democrat. tue. wmuli: .It extract! and holilii In nolultonmuch twice make for others. ,.,Ameemuo Liteco'cw AAop.bm..eoooU7 iwlobolovl", meoow 5 I .
better than alcohol would. It AHO! slate to room .. ._ MIL T'L:
elected to th.tb'dy. potM I ..... .... T' .'" T. ,
youngest men ever Brown For Governor .... mwllcliml propel-ill*of lt. own. beii, aaliiaklotleinulceiit Pearson'sVoekly.. 11 y<"J of""
Jeff :=i. miou. tuub, n>.
He is little. If any, above the \ nutritive,antltopllo and ,
----- In
The Key West Daily Citizen of anil ferment. It.dd. ureatly the ertlcary olIa
tonntltutional nge. last Saturday contained. the following mack (''hem-bark Uolifen;Seal tool.! Stoneroot What Is the Answer
and n'a root", conlnlnod I In 'OOIdeflModleMI
Queer '
Hon. She-That Is a woman whom I envy,
editorial announcement or
/ DUcotery" In HUbdulnic chronic, or I
Perhaps that New Voik police Jefferson B Krownu's candidacy for IriKerlliff' cough, bronchial throat and lung and. curious as. it may seem, abe enl For .1 I Crate Material
atTuctloim, for all of uhlcli the.e Scents ar, '
magistrate who snubbed Oov. Brow Governor: rucumtnendod bv fltanilard, D.odl..I.ulborlll.... >l 1.?s me. lIe-How can that be? BbeWe New and Up-to-Date .

ard last week was simply resentful "It affords us (treat pleasure to an- in all cuweii where thuro l I. a wantlnK away olflcnh were both lifter the same man-

or the governor's well-known pro nounce that Hon. Jelferson 1). In the, lo early"or mage app, tU of,,, coimumptlon with weak Htotnach there can.. end I married you.-Illustrated Bits. Furniture and i of all Kinds.'
will be candidate for -
Browne a
be no doubt that g>lcerlno aouae a yaiiiamIenmmtrltie
penalty for Interfering/ with courts of Florida at the next democratic and aid the olden beat root Ston Fir. and Water. House Furnishing Goodsat
Maybe he had seen a Manftee county; primaries, and to assure his root. que n's root and Black herrybark In 'Yater11\ extinguish a fire because

paper. Friends throughout the state that he and promoting HtretiKtn' digestion, controlling and building tim\ up roiiKli the\ ileah and the water forms a coating over tbe very low pricesGo Fruit and I

_. _- will have the undivided support ol rinKin about ft healthy condition of the fuel, wkkb keep it from tbe air, and to
I whole a .,, Ofcounta.lt muitt not be xected -
Monroe )
The Live Oak Democrat says : the democracy county. .> to worn miracle*. It will not euro. consumption the converflloii of water Into steam
"Unhappily Oov. Broward's reputation -I "Mr. Browne is a native born, except in lie eariIuruim.ges. It will draws off tbe beat from the burningfuel.
Floridian. His father came to Florida cure very ubHtlnate. chronic coughii,, Vegatable"Wraps.
thus far rests upon .tate Issue from Virginia. In la.O:; and was a bronchial .:..jol'y. trouble*, and chronic A little water makes aIre R. S. Mooney
core throat with uoameiioiui lu stole cougha fiercer, while a largo quantity of water ,
alone In which the outside world
member of the St. Joseph's conven-
It 1 ta not so effective., It 1 is I in the llngerlntlcouKtm
fuels no Interest; hence It U not to tiou In 1W8/ which framed the con- or thogoof long minding. oven when puts It out. The explanation Is that l>Palatka Florida.
stitution under which Florida was accompanied! by bleeding from lungH, that IIhua water In composed of oxygen and by- '
h" expected that he can be marked I.. moiit munulous .. .. '
.performed .r. -
admitted Into the union in 184&. Hit drogeu. Whom, therefore, the Ore con k \
us available timber as a Southern mother was born In St.:; Augustine in Qoldamith's G.n.roaity.. decompose tha" water Into its simple ,

candidate. for the Presidency Just 1H24. A beggar once asked alms of Oliver elements It serves ns fuel to tbe flame Undertaking and Embalming. '

yet." _ "In convention, In the senate li1HH1 Goldsmith as he walked with a frIendup } Palalka Florida.Portable I
and 1803, and on the Railroad Fleet, street and ho gave her a sullllnff. Myitflry of .Indo-China. .

The Tallahassee Sun, the organ of Commission, Mr. Brown has been 01 Ills companion, knowing something Tbe great mystery about luilo-Chlrm Often The Kidneys Are
the side of the but his fair-
the administration, speaking of the of the woman, ceustll'ellihe writer and olie which must ever be Insoluble
ness and Impartiality, his courage m
invrbtlgutlon, commission at Tallahassee and ability have shown that he I i- for bill excess of buinaulty saying Is the Story of the lout race and the Weakened by Over-Work

asks: ""'111 the people wake not a partisan or a demagogue. that the shilling was misapplied an vanlsliud civilization" of that strange

up to the condition In Florida after "He I Is a gentleman of the old she would spend It for liquor "If It cOIlIlIl')'. Time inlirhty walls of AngkorWat Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

nwhlliDon't, be afraid. The peo- school courteous In the extreme, of makes bur happy lu OilY way my end rising I In, the midst of sparsely It used to be considered that only Saw Mill Outfits
scholarly habits and cultured mind, i-t nu8\vei-eil" replied Goldsmith. settled jimjrlotf. remain as the memorial urinary and bladder trouble were to be

pli- hllRk..ned, to the situation and if elected will rank with those Another proof that the doctor's generosity of a went empire which baa utterly ,50 traced to tbe kidneys.

and will express their opinion at the governors of whom Florida feels was not always regulated by dlKU]>|>tjured, nnd Is altogether lout I but now modern that the best nn Hurtn, 1'iugiiiomi ami Itailon and nil kinds of Wood \V science
justly ami", 111 be the of proves
polls. You may not like the opinion proud peer when after to history. >' o one will ever know Mill We
any of the .outh's most distinguish. dlDvretlou was at a time nearly all diHeuseahave ? Maeliuipry amid Supplip carry a largo stock and can
when, so pxpre'f.pd'I'lmes'uloli.'I'h" chief execuilves. much, dulay a day was fixed to pay who planned thu iflgnntlc temple ur their beeiuniii) make immixliatt) shipim-nt Write for illusUated catalog WeUH,

"Though successful practltlone the 40 duo bis tailor. Goldsmith procured what tyrant bounded on his myriads in the disorder 01
East Coast Railway la having at the bar, he possesses) the judicial the money but a friend calllnu of people t,, bullil up those Iminonso .40h1 these most important you money.

trouble with the navy department tempermeut to a marked degree. upon him and relating a piteous tale blocks of Btona and cover them wIth organs -Ad r".8 all letters to<>

in entering Key West. Because of which makes him absolutely impartliil of bin goods being seized, .for rent the the mod elaborate of fu'ulptures. Ang Jhe kidney Cite
and he would be governor or all thoughtless but benevolent author kor-Wat was one of tho most astonishing and purify the blood-
this the work has all been transferred
t and not of _-.a; that is their work Co.
the: people of the State a monument In the world and' Malsby
all the money The tailor called /
another division. The depart weak
to war 'action. Therefore, when your kidncysare
and told that If be had lit- his( forgotten tompla was' built so nl
was come a
candidate. of of order can understand bow
lIIent was the first to cast u stone 1e Is not the any or out you
Faction or Intercuts, and If elected tlo sooner lie could have had the to endure na. long as the earth Itself quickly your eutire body is affected and 41 H. Fo rsyl.ii St.
In I hi' of this ,
way great enterprisebut would take his seat In the guberim- money, but that be bad just parted were It nut for tho Irresistibly Ie- bow every organ seems to fail to do Its Atlanta Georgia.

President Roosevelt passed the I tonal chair, nntraimneled by protases wltb every shilling of It to a frIend In Htmctlre effect of plant life on the ,

word along that the project was too. factional alliances, or corpora distress adding, "I would have boon strongest wnlls that man can raIMe.l duty.If yon are sick or "feel badly," begin .

irreiit to bu Interfered with In thiway. tlon Influenced. an unfeeling monster not to have relieved Only n highly civilized" and very taking the great kidney remedy, lir

He take similar action "Mr. Browne begun life a poorcoung trouble when In wealthy people could have erectedAtmgkorVat Kilmer's Swamp-Root because as soon tJLi.K "aim.sm. J siAm. .Kit KILLIARI
may my power. I'n' ,dont. .< ii uuil Truft-.
man, and worked ns Light- a very different race from as your kidneys are well they will help G. S. & F. Ry.
that the snobbishness of the I
now trial
health A
house keeper at one of the Kce all the other organs to ,
naval department Is. endeavoring to Lights to earn the money to obtain. Heart Protactora., the Ananilte of modern days. The will convince anyone.If The G. Loper Bailey Co .,

liljck the work.-F..rIlIUldlnaR.cord. I its legal education and was graduated Many: |", rsons aro puzzled to know whole nation has disappeared ns utter you are sick you can uiuke po mistake Hclivclule effective Apr. 71 h, !Ui7.Subject ) .

In law from the University of why policemen wear tliulr badges so ly ns the busy myriads. who once populated by first doctoring your kidneys to chaugo without nutlcr

Tin- Hon'rublH Hennery A. B. C Iowa, since which tlnm he him buei, low on their" coats Instead of on the the YvnHtea and solitudes of The mild and the extraordinary effect of Fire Insurance:

1\Iel..n21" should feel highly flattered engaged iu the practice of his profession flap made for that purpose. As a matter :'tfemphl.-811IWlpore. Free Press.. Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great ,I --------
and by Industry, prudunce kidney remedy is soon realize.It Leading American aud, ForeignCompanies
of fact the bailgu\ or star as ho Departures from Palalka.
Tallahassee Hun the
organof Is in stands the highest for its wonderful cures
and good business ability now STATS ,CITY
calls It, of a policeman is right OF OHIO of rItJO, i
Oov. Hroward, and whose editor comfortable circumstance many LUCAs corirrv? (? of the most distressing cases, ..nll.sold l
noxt to his heart. Some of the bluu- "". GjO:( p. ro.-No 10, for VaMoata, Macou.
U. the most notorious sychophant at "I n due time he will make declaration Frank J. Ortoniy niakos. onto thnt ho la ainlor on its merit. by all -' Atlanta and north. Connection -
of his. position> on the politlca coat can thank their "stars", for being inrtmirot the nrin. of I". J.Cheney< Co., ,l.. ngHittlniMU druggists fifty-cent points
ofllclnl locnl
the feet of tills
I power state nllvo. Tills In the of'I'olndo' and Utateforvwnlil. Accident Insurance nindo at Valdoata with
Issues. of the day end will make HI little metal ulilol.I bas deflected \ rliy County and one-dollar. size : .
has ever witnessed, publishes his attack an tho bullet of
active and thorough, canvass of the bin-filar or highwayman of ONK: IIUNIiKKU Dol.I.AIM fir CiteS and joules. You may __

Oil the editor of the News. The state." and at times too, hall stopped ,,very COMO of Catarrh that. oJmiotbiKMirel, byInll'al have a sample bottle nonmorsmmpRoot.jy The Travelers of Hartford 5 :35 a. m.-No, 2, fur VaMoeto, Miiunii

Hun also says Hennery Is a "high Getting to be .Jonah the knIfe thrust of would bo assassins.During Sworn ..'. bnfnrt h ,, .mi 1 and HANK NiibMirlbed 1. OHLMEY.In niyprOe'flUO I mail free, also a pamphlet toiling you : Atlanta aud polnta north Hollil

minded and conscientious citizen,' the last twenty or thirty years tula Otli day of December A D. 1HM."' how to find out if you have kidney or train for Mncon ; connection wilde
If matters keep up as they lireA'ohlA' there (Scam) A. WOLEAHON; bladder trouble. Mention this paper .Life Insurance: at VulduBta. with Parlor oar for
record show-
while the editor of the News U a"slmlnn" think lovernor Hroward are many cases on Fublln.Hall's .
we Notary when writlngto! Dr. Kilmer & Co., litnglaniton Macon ; connects at Lake City (or
Inn that thu little badge has been a cntunh, f'ura U alien infernally and
will be anxious
and "piker. soon its anyone N. Y. Iomi'tmake mistake
a any Live Oak and Tallahagsoa. Alma
the bliiod and tirfacrsf
act miiooiirt
directly on
else could bu for Cloud. I L'Mngle' to be life saver. Even bullets fired at close the, aysloiii.: H.-n
The announcement, of 110,,. Jeiler taken: away from TollahUHsee. He ranito as n rule, cannot penetrate the F.J.CHENEY ft CO., Toledo,, 0. Dr, Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address CorUelD for all polnta ID south fleor-
III winning enemies much faster for shield. bluecoat Hold tiy IIrnMIl'o', .'rl<. '00, bottle f", of New York
'I'but'a'Ioy a always ,Biughamton N.Y.,on every
Hal- gla.
son B. Browne of Key West that he Take | tamlly I'lIK for Coiwtlpatlon.
the governor thnn the governui feels safer lu keeping the atar at a vital ---- --
will be In the race for the governor- could hope to win for himself. Theaiieniymaklng
spot. "'Ioen off duty some policemen
Is In the nature I business Is all Marine Insurance I : Trains. arrive F&lalka-froni poluU
-.. Billy next. ) ".u. not right wear their stars on their vests, but always -
'at It has. long been for Claud because he likes It, but it nor in at 10 :-10.. m. and 10:'M 1'', m.
surprise. sn't so good for a politician.-Starke:; directly over the heart They are ; I1U KLEBE RY 1 _:._---
known that Mr. Browne contemplated so accustomed to the little protector The Leadimg Comp ies-
Telegraph. ....
The Georgia Southurn & B'y
_ I ) :
such an announcement. lie limit they feel uneasy without It.-
X X.r oilers the most convenient route (rom
$ Ci5arYou Can Offer Frici.ct"P
V is one of the most popular men In Key WesC Extension Continues Philadelphia Record. \.!. ) All Claims Promptly Falatka and vlolnlty to Maoon Atlanta
f'lorld.lln. <1 his popularity extends Although orders were given to suspend -. and all points north and northweat.

to all classes. He Is altogether the all operations on the Key West Scott's Wise Dog. A jJ '" Settled. For schedules
extension of the F. K. C. Hallway So veracious a man as Sir Walter : sleeping car reservations
strongest man yet to announce for south of Long Key, only that work Scott Inid a wise 'lln bull terrier.Soh OlUoe, 38 Front P..r.ATKA, Fu etc call on I. PENNY Agent,
this olllce. Jell Browne Is Palatka Depot, or J. H. HAUGUTON.
a great
,. In the Immediate vicinity of Key
the novelist once: "I taught him
& IIIUnl'llll'I'lier1mlxeranll, he will West has been materially effected to understand a great many words, Inasmuch 5c i-f City Ticket Agent Palatka.C .

III VI' all other candidates a run for though the order Is being carried that I am positive that tbe ,ia.'StE1IIIIi: ; ; : JJIIIIl.t1If": : '''' lll:.."jll llLn ;-B. RHODI5. C. P. A.. Macon. Ca.B.oun .
out as rapidly an possible. This
their money. communication betwixt tbe canine spe. lit !if
the better
about of
comes by pint
l Trip Rate from
the work being In such condition clou. and ourselves might be greatly DeliciousBonBons Ii

It Is to be regrettedthmat there are that it can not be stopped on such enlarged. Camp once bit the baker 8 Jamestown Exposition via A.

Confederate veterans In Florida who, short notice without the same bang who was bringing hreail to the fam C. L. Raflwoy.

because they do not agree with ex- either destroyed or badly dnm- ily. I beat him and explained the The greatest care is used in the 115.15, -Coach excursion to Norfolk.

Uov. FlemminK In his view that pen iged.fInIshed/ Some within of the week.work other will be enormity of hi* onVnt, after which, to manufacture of theHuckleberry ill andChocolates .. on sale each Tuesdays and Frl-
parts tho last moments of his life, be never day Limit 10 days. No stop
Dions, should not be granted to any of It In a week or two and so on the In I'I'Ovs'rs
beard time least allusion to the story .
but those veterans whonre In actual probability being that it will be a whatever tone of voice It was mentioned ,:I.2tl-f'lfteen day ticket. Good In
need of iisslatance, should seek to month or more yet before all of the I All Home-Made Candies = ', allowed with'I
operations south of Long Key have without getting up and, retiring CigarEach : sleeper. Stopover
cast reflections on the exgovernor'swar come to a temporary standstill. At to the darkest corner of the room, lu limit.
'I Something new added .. s2P.ru-slxty( "' day ticket. Good Insleeper.
record. Oov. Fleming served Long Key and all points this side with great appearance of distress. allowed within

throughout the entire war and wasengaged here has been no let-up whatever Then If yon' saul 'tha baker was well every day. | limit Stopover

/ In many of the most snn- In the work, and It I III being pursued pal energetically as ever. There are L. A. SMITH
a s all, Camp came forth from his hiding within
: gulimry. conflicts of that great strug/ Stopover
ow about fifteen hundred men all the best tobaccos I ,
place, capered ROIl barked and re- tains only skillfully
leo. IS.
,' limit of )
gle. His life since the close of thewar told at work on the extension, and Lemon St.. Paluatkma.dgc =
has beer. one worthy of emu 111tlon. the greater. majority of them will re- 'lolced. _ _ blended. It is a cigar that pleases. I Suinm tourist rate. from Jack- 'I
with the daring JljJlCI lL.LL IllilSi :Z13Jaflitpp.Sa; lonvllle on Rale dally. Limit Octo-
naln steadily -
F The News does not agree/ ber Blat
the aumm..r.-lIrif'ml Metropolis.A ------ '
the ex-governor's view of pensions. never cry a. do children who are Bulf r- ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN -
Denver Col., tu7.HO; Oaloe \
Such Is the of
It holds that the pension should be Frih; CUrk. all log baby's from hunger.who and are treated cause for European Restaurant 0..... 117'SO: ; Chicago\: Ill., ,16.06' DHrulr. -

paid for service performed In time of Customer-What. have you got tbat sickness. when they cry really are suffering illoh., |"I4.45; Niagara :Falls ,

the state's greatest need, and that I. strictly fresb Grocer-On* mo- from hunger. This caused from their Lee Roy Myers Company, Furnished Kuoonm, N. y- W.D5; Put-ln-ilay, 0.. t42: \U5ikVaaliliiKten ) ;

..... men who performed thin service meat, please. Here, Johnny wait on food not being assimilated but devouredby Hot and Cold Baths 1>. C., 137.00; Lookout
Tenr. .16.
Mountain $24
tbe lady.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. A few doses of White's Makers
should not bo humiliated by being, Cream Vermifuge will cause them to At For further information and Pull-

requested to ,make nflldavlt that they Increased maaoa anl Increased 11- ''eea> urvlng and begin\: tit thrive once. diaries KupperbuscjiiPaUtka nan Frank reservations C. call District on or Fansen-writs

are paupers In order to get a little the two ctrlllf n' of mlOW.o.- live It a trial. Hold by Acker manItewart *&u L I liter Agent Boylston Atlantlo, Coast Line,
annual stipend. Drug Co. Tie JacksonvilLe: }''la

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towards" on Paolflo
Chin." bound Mannar Outside the Navy. ,
San Francisco
Wo.011011 from n ship whose stewarda Thu ordinary seaman's respect for The Land of Nol.... Barnato Won the Btt. A Kind Examiner, Why They Ara 8;Clean.

tor ncnolullI, on rbluuuieu. Even If all rank and station when not connectedwith "In China night in as alive as the There Is a legend of an amusing Sir John Stalner was dearly loved by The Wf t".h! A-'ar's Tseklo O..tft. "How I Is It that French children are

IIUII callers aru well w.tli tlio bout's motiondaft 1 his beloved' vessel \Is decidedly day and Is tilled with whoops, noisy competition! In connection with a discussion the students) when he was professor of 'l'hel'aI1! > i r I who 1.11 so tidy?" many foreigners In Paris la- '

mint ot"o H'' ,ram, our uauaot tn" to be I IelilorlRlno.1 monupr. When the prrsMeut: of the. 'conversations: \ the singsong accom'panylng regarding/ the financial I valiio music at Oxford "As an examiner be foot (' 've'' .\ 40 i,, -tram n --iwiclnl for .Ix his quire Because from the time they Itt,
work uong" i
In oloY' !. these' *pr* torts'" of We United States visits one of our men- boisterous repartee and of IIl1 'II1'y /genius iuincy: ilurnuto. was most e,"" said ouo who.tudlec the bost.co.t understand an elementary sentence m
17 ..orlo.'I.h.. being l .
very other fishing
of-war he", Is .revolved nt the gangway! unmusical sound, says n who was u genius, but not literacy, under "and would always It IK dinned Into them that It Is very ;, ,
bl. lie heavy
rri'at,!" \1. 1 n. ,r ,', 'ire' '1',1' "1H atewued.legnlle by the n I'1" ordinary, ev- all rf the oOlcpr' of the ship, lu \ one lung howl IInll.lA.011 tilnmulii frliem, don'tknow bis asking me a poser lu n (1"tl1 their dresses In any way, and,
l Ii' i
of .r '! for' '
I 111 el rs i
?.11.:1) :i ..' \vlllt.! Jl'dl'meuts Cull uniform the mnrljiv guard drawnup dogs, cackla of geese, braying' of mini lilt,"' about Illenitmtv 1 I'll; viva voce He waited patiently 111 ;. WItOI' be all, It l Is awful to muss their hair. Anordinary
exullnnlou. which
\ of
i" 1IM reels,
f1'.Vrilay, .lean, '. .dun, :.'.IU i jiinoH;); In with tin baud on the quarterdeck. donkeys of croaking of frogs the squealing buck myself to write a Mlle |iti, >teaguinst for the answer; but partly met Hitl linvp>:nn.r ," IIM, (lpo'. l"o.t $73 each scene In tbo Bole Is whore w 1
pigs the
', I' Ibo imtlounl gag Is of the policeman of yer" Icould two children arrive In their auto accompanied
displayed any no
Vor ,dinneri nt the through
mill lit. my ol0lbt.
;; ,. ofut' 10r"0IKnos. uml, i liU uduUig lotcklotbol'
Ihrh'. u main the drummer and even, as some one has The tlmllongn: hu t1)(!> i.o. by a nurse and a governess
the VUilte"I. Rives four I'uSU'S.. na laughingly acceptpd not thlnU of It At
lluiulnyTi lenarll '
vi' ,' .1 I "ii said tbe Is tei'il trunk. In are (
n .
: "' .I-J n for I:?; It Unit: K 111"- the ham phl)' tlio nntlminl a'r.'! mod a dividually tho singing of the stars.. In 1111 id 1 n r"fi>roo appointed. 'l'hl' exclaimed testily, 'Dour mo stuffy the I lent 1-1 ''i fao'm I! lines, hooks.ltl..h andHk" They (the children) are dressed In light I g

nd111e. rtoxeiliiltoH'-rnthor" salute of twenty-one uuiis Is li-cd.! ;, ties people are fujl/ of varie poPI'I'M01'"< thrown Into a lint anl this room Is, to bo sure' and ho wont ii'l'! 'aw"tioia", swivels silk dresses and wear long white 4x 1
,if tlimm: Tim at uusuppressed violent demonBtratlveness the* ,rofoiiHi. ufli-r. < 11. Rllkcl'K. gloves. They start to play ball. Every
uilmls! Of sumo ceremony also lakes jilnw nti nnalyxtng\ them mild: nnd lieifuii at the ventilatorcord.
til 0:11' .prjstilu tllllrh'l ,, lion ta, ar-
d I r: '".> and squid| up u'n Mjilnnori; J
collectively they are "nrnlloim-ti tbo ball touches the ground which
Jill' it his Ion I'hIli. I dm 1 hound> ] to say that two minutes before tlmo ,
rhliiniiinii: pit-nerves' I 1IS lulo '
el.:11: itni'i'i On occasion only a terrific tribal turbuluuce. Oue tlio palm' in.-t,, la and time happens once In awhile, tbe nnrsn
',' i-IIi'uco. If. owing to one n prcHldont visitedone < an anted! lo :Mr. ho got Ibo thing open, by generailly ,
1",1.I nth mil the of tbe ships Informally dispensing most appropriate same for China has Inrimto. inn bleat. IN lenw, (lull tloss time he had sat down stain and roarranged : rushes up and wlpos every bit of
latoio-tlngconvi'Wtlou.' : pII.III'U.IjI'r never been au pas L'vu: tas of |mole tlpi l 1' and mull things'
given It. It has
I been called I In form sand carefully off the ball before
mi li'ic
with the sulute and ( |>i'n.ichalilo In nuttier ills I had the vory
when gown
which ceremony
Hull With ous"O. ,
fall to notlco tlio ( to one of tho men rather Indignantlyasked the Yellow Kingdom: the Middle 1 King 1'11 5'omwlveH shall Judge." And ho ready Comparing notes later In the 11)' br amt lcly I to b..lolc.. The It Is handed back to the children Is
,.. table! steward l In trying uerrokiln dom the Celestial empire the total Cut 'if u wunlliiy 1111I" tackle that their, long glove are a
Ili another who that lubber lead out the punny: day with a omit who was examined It a 1'omlor t
stands Imuinruhle was on rI\h'l '
the patient. Culiwnwn nation, the Sleepy Giant and others. outfit "rms' 's from if'Jfio tu $I.IOO.Nswork : York Post. t tt'
wW outstretched hand and the quarterdeck. that didn't "douse bispeak" No I promise lo |.uy to Vr. X. Dm sum of quite soon after me, 1 told him bow 'Irlliuno.A', cllon'-Nol
one of these Is
until attention to the commodore more applicable than floe for hi* ItlmlnuM In actlnn, us r.t.re. the ventilator hud B"I"O<1 me. 'How .
'JlIlu: lIke countenance the nation of noises Noise Is sueui In this liitentmlnic --- A General Utility N. .
after which, hU duty "Choke your tuff will you?" was\ the l OOllellol.. remarkable, he, replied 'b) when
I ii drawn'' to bliu reply. "That's the president of tbe inly the first element of Chinese life B.RNATO. 1Va.. stuck be said, "How extraordinary A certain stockbroker once went to a

done, he "I'P' lu aliens on bis way. United Stntes." and baa been cultivated for centuries The award was unanimously confirmed drafty this place Is," and spent Thumb Shave. horsedi.alur and tried to pick up a gn.
Blleutly. the sailors nttendod by Chinese talent by thu '"Police on piiilierthumb or ? '' t
and In
and the
Plodding "Well aln* he got manners conception, COI1'ltltors. quite two minutes In shutting the ventilator. "onl eral utility nag. Ho .explained +
to their. duties with moiii-iiCiil faces thutliimzly to salute the quarterdeck If he enough Is?" development and execution present chock was (duly hOllllred.-I.nllon, "Manchester Guardian N"1 the burlier., ami I Ilvo I ,'Iulult was a volunteer and wanted a nice, '
., appealed to me. They "Manners not only new varieties but scores ofnew Telegraph. start" looking charger, 'which + '
What good
sticks. silting ou their heels does be know species"The Tba mil lor. llttlo- proud. of his quIet
with chop 1 be driven by his wife la dogcart
about manners? I don't The Razor In Disrepute, < 1
lu fact, eminently suppose he and
while. and, were Delicately Put French, looked about ( room
the was ever out of sight of land In his "And ho told her nil his heart, trod tie anti would not object on occasion
pecliuoiiH. lu I"eryVIlY.- i "A footmun "" said banker "cnlli'O suilleil UIIRH.V. 't'hen bo on:
satisfactory life.="On a Man-of-War." Bright Butler. a said unto her, there bath not como n to bulng hitched up. to a lawn mower I
1'rIlYttlll/ugnv.11l0./ A few days ago one of Philadelphia's his master up by telephone and said, : razor upon mine bend, for I have been. "I knowcd. tbciiii barlwrs In the south The dealer listened to him with rapt ,-t '

How prominent society women told her but '1 regret to inform you, sir, that a Nazarlte unto God from my mother's I, of Franco wasn't up to much. I attention and finally asked In dulcet
Hapslscs C.... to Follow Forest Trails. her to tell all visitors bouso Is fire and kiiowed their ways was queer. But
A that she was nut your nn fast burning womb If I bo shaven, then my tunes "Would yo want him to wait at Y,
A Scottish paper tolls' story of nn "Tho trail has -code of sigma, as at home At night, when enumerating down.' strength; will go mo, and I shall this spoon or thumb business was tho table at all, sir? -Grand Magazine S
who wan "Unco1 well as n book of laws" says Hamlln the .'Oh cried tho tl'OI limit.
old Scottish woman persons who had called during[ the luotCI', 'what a ter- become weak and like other mon"
drouth lo.." without the money to buy"a Garland In "The Long Trail. A twig day be mentioned the lady's slater rlblo misfortune! But my ,,'IfoIs she Judges xl"l. 17. b 'Quest ce qu'll y-wot's that?' saysI. Words and Deeds.K;1 '. "
"Lnssle she said toIler designedly broken Is like a finger when his ?' 'Wot d'yomemrbythumborspoon?'
( mistress exclaimed
.drapplo. "I told
: .uf Hair on man or brute is a sign of "There never was a tlmo In my life, :
little granddaughter, "gang roundto \ pointing toward n gate A 'blaze' corresponds you, man, tbnt I was always at borne 'Quito safe, sir. She got out among strength. He wuo'deslres to keep nt a "And then that Tnrascou barber told fellow citizens,"" exclaimed the candidate ; .\:
nnd bring nilClll. a to tho beckoning hand A for the mi- Hint lii hlx country In Blmvln' .
I'ouulil' McOillum my sister! You ought. to hare, llrt, safe distance from dentists let him "when I hndu't the courage to ,
him 1 P the morn- now blazo renders an old one of shown 'Ar Inntttt-ii: Jawed 1 me It wascuHtonmry (
Toll him I'll pny no her lu." my daulhtl'l'a-al'o they nil keep also at a groat distance from the t nl'l call a spade a spade!" .. \
value A sapling cut and beat acrosspath Next day the lady ouf to plumb out Urn cheeks BO'Sthe ":,
went to make
11111. rllrhl' knife of tbo barber. To shave is an act "Yes spoke up nil old farmer II
hack came tho chjfd l with n refusal. a locks It and warnlngly says a few calls, and during her absence right sir. Thpy's with. their, against nature. Provoke nature, and razor could get n bolt by hmertln' a the audience "and there never was a '1'

humid, declined to part, with bin willsly 'Go no further this way.' A stick set ber sister came to the bouse. mother.' in return nature will provoke yon upon' or I thumb tutu the mouth and tine In your life when you had the ) i,

without the cash -Kajfer' and Irritated. upright' In the mud means 'no bottom "U your mistress at home?" she asked "TbereVI.. a pUI.e. Then: Said Daniel Webster: -a-the razor! pretfslu' from the Inside courage to take one In yourbandh"j! "j
cant about for hero 'And what about "I said ta ahead und shave mewithout '
the old woman the butler my moUll'r.ln.hw.Jowel" has taught me to curse. It bus cost K. Chicago Tribune. .
some mere of "raising/ the wind" and "By use of those and many other "1'..., madam," was the reply. I- I me more time and moro trouble than either spoon or thumb. He --- : t,

her eye fell unou the family niblo/ records of the same sort, the trailer The lady went upstairs and lookedeverywhere 'That sir,' said the footman suavely all my speeches." wouldn't fll It. though so I chose the Why H. Changed.Weapons -
lilin this profits by the experience'' of those who 'was what I thumb:,, looked more hygienic. By I
said "gl wished to to
"Here, lassie, he for her sister. On coming ,, speak you Rufus Choote the lawyer called Ibo I "Jlere yon It)-in trouble ajfin said 1//:
and tell him to keep It until I bring have gone before him and aids those downstairs she said to the butler, "My about, sir purtlculiirly. Your uiotlier-, razor an Instrument Invented by Lucifer gosh I cm taste that there thumb the old colored doacou. "Didn't,I tell i "

him the siller. Oft! went the little who are. to follow. There Is always ,slutsr uiust. have gone out, for I cannot In-law lyln asleep lu the third story to fill up hell with barristers. )'et-Io Angeles Times.Contra.t. 'yo' ter fight yo' way only wld de i j
still carrying news on the trail for those who have back and kuowln her
girt, but she soon- returned find her. your regard for Edward Everett never used profane sword er de \ q
Bible :Dounld was obdurate. .eyes to perceive! It, and It Is Ibo duty "Yes, madam she has comfort I wasn't sure whether I "spellt" r'
tbe gone out, but lit language, but before shaving ho would That was vivid popular bit 'Yen, suli, the penitent, "but .j
"lie snjrs lio b inn mi. hue the hauheesflrwt. of him who rides ahead to enlighten she told me last night that she was always ought to disturb her or not, sir. "- Invariably give vent to all sorts of description In I whl1 the vaudeville performer o de razor coma so bnn "-Atlanta ,t'

granny" those who are 1 to follow. Tba Kllkltat at home to you.-Phlladelphla Loa Angeles Times. French barbarisms. on the stage referred to the official Constitution.. < 'l

In anger the disappointed grandmother by means of signs almost Invisible can Record nt front entrance of the theater I

threw lip her hands. and exclaimed cheer direct and definitely warn his Which Is Your Shortest Hour Jordan W.t.r.Tber as tl"elght-dollnr-a-week man at Sizing Him Up.
dlil body ever bear tribesman These signs the trail H.r Choice T... "What Is shortest hour lu
: "Loh onj on your the Is a general Impression that tbo door who wears a thousand dol "How much money really has he?" jY jY"I
time like o' that! Tho man will neither are respected. No one thinks of removing There Is a true story told of a wealthy! day" asked a blslDesl man of an acquaintance. tbo Jordan water which la used at i lars' worth of gold buttons" don't know. What Is his attltuda .
tnk my word nor tbo,01',1 o" fled fora them except for caiino." American lady who was In China and. "Don't say you have none. royal baptisms Is taken from the sacred toward the low?" i; (,

o' whuskyl"A one of the court officials wishing to You have although you may not "
Bill stream, put loto n bottle, hermetically Cause For Celebration "What do you men?
At the Dentist's. do her great honor promised to send know it Everybody bus. Of course, '
sealed and left untouched until I Mr. Do Style-I met Mrs. Schopper "Does ho evade defy or Ignore ItT'-
Canln $idrker. "Do you give gas here" asked a her a casket containing some extraordinary reckoned by actual measurement each the bottle Is opened by the officiating at sole said she was Washington Herald ,
ken, a thoroughbred Spitz{ must per wild looklug man who rushed luto a twt. In due time an exquisitely hour Is composed of sixty minutes, yet priest. As matter of foe the water a bargain her today;
1 anniversary.
form the painful duty of escorting a dentist's. packed box arrived containing notwithstanding that chronological exactness which flows out of of Galileo I Mrs.celebrating Ouubuetn-Is slve.married twen Odd P..nl.hm.nt.Bigamists l
homo when she has "We do the tea. She bade of her the hours In length. My
Cel lain neighbor replied dentist. many society vary ant?* descends a rocky gorge ton
De No but odd
been calling at our house. However "Does It put a fellow to sleep" friends to .a series of afternoons at shortest hour Is tl'OI 2 to S o'clock In level far below that of the Mediterranean ty-five years? lf.s. Style- In Hungary get
her husband 25. New YorkPress. Tbs silly tomorl'y "
It Is not without a show of reluctance "It does." which[ this tea was served Its delicious the: afternoon. I find upon luqulry Is full of organic substances. gave # I.hmolt. wives man Is enough forced to 't '
two legally
that he does It. Recently our friend "Sound asleep, so you can't wake qualities expatiated upon and hat this is the fleetest period for many It a bottle bo flllod the water
\Vltl with both of them in tbo
live mime
mliuiHl her escort, and no amount of him up?" I all seemingly enjoyed the beverage 110110. In my case so swiftly do and kept tightly < for a few ,

wlilHlllug proved equal to recalling "Yes." At the end of the season when the sixty minutes hurry by that I days It turns perfectly black and offers The Return."I house.

him. This occurred several times and "You could break his jaw or black casket was almost empty she found avery try to crowd Into them as many of to the nostrils all tbe odors of believe," said the cheery philosopher 1 )'

It win' always In about tho same place his eye and ho wouldn't feel It?" small beautifully decorated box&:, the disagreeable, yet Inevitable, thingsof the tropics. Tha precaution la therefore "thut for every single thing you Helping H.r Out.

that Rex llnnppearecl. One night our "He would know nothing about It." which on opening contained the priceless life as I possibly can. If I have taken of boiling, the water and gWo away two como back to you""That's Miss Peppery-No, lie didn't like your

friend determined to discover Rex's "How long does be sleep" tea. What she bad used was the to interview a bore, 1 soo him then; straining It h..t"'e It is sealed Imp and my experience" said Fhamley. eyebrows. fie sold they were too ,

little game. After whistling and cnllIIIR 1 "The physical Insensibility producedby dried tea leaves that bad been used If I have to visit the dentist, I do It till la why the baptismal water always "Last June I gave away my lilaclc. Miss ralutter. -The Ideal I Miss ,h

she made a pretense of going on. Inhaling the gas lasts a minute. or probably time and again by coolt.... It then. That hour Is bound to slip away possesses the crystal clearness daughter, and she and her husband rl'ppery-Iowel'er, I assured him they

She stopped 111 n deep shadow. probably a little,less." seems that rare and costly tea U quickly no matter what happens; which one notices on these ceremonial came back to us In ." were as as they were paint ?i

Around the corner of the nearest house "I expect tbat's long enough. Got It packed In tea to preserve the aroma therefore the agony of disagreeablescenes occasions.! -Modern Society AIIlst Philadelphia Inquirer.The .

appeared a slinking figure/ Stealthily all ready for a fellow to take" and flavor. It was such a rich joke seems of shorter duration.. It often takes a lot of common senseto 4

quitting the shadows Rex crept out "Yes. Take a seat lu this chair and upon herself that tbe hostess told the New York Sun Th. Undertaker's Shop. get a man out of trouble a little good man prolongs his life. To
and anxiously the show me tooth." story and the society .set bad a good to able to enjoy one's past life I Is to
and peered long up your "The one thing In New York that I nonsense got him Into. Beaver (Okla.)
street. ,,whither as he well know, be Tooth nothing! said the excited laugh.-Chicago Record-Herald. Naked Truth. can't get used to," said the country Herald ; live twice.-Martial. ?

should have-eontlnued. to conduct the caller beginning rapidly to remove his An encounter of wits once took place visitor "Is the manifold uses to which

lily, After this ho turned shamelessly coat and vest "I want you to pull a The Literal Mind. between the bole Eugene Field and aNew undertakers put their shops I trawl to .-- -- .; t tsv '

around and lit out for .home.-Chicago porous plaster off my back." All orders to native servants In India York woman. It was at dinner bo of the opinion that tbo only possible '\ .

Tribune. must be literally given, for in that and the woman was In evening dress, errand person could have at an un .- )

Flowers That Chang Color. manner they will be received. A missionary which was rather decollete. After a dertaker's 1 was to purchase funeral ., ...,. ., .,., ., .

Baby's Share of Btams. "There are many lowers that change once took a country lad as a skirmish between the two relative to supplies, but In this town I find that : i

She bud been tilted for two gowns color," said the old gardener. "There servant when.. going out on a boating he respective merits of n well known peoplo go there for nil sorts of pur- 1.:'

tliu total cost of \\'blcbVIIS nearly l Is the mutabue phlox, for Instance. Journey. As there are no lavatorieson author It would Boom that Field como poses. They go to vote, to get married rr

$u0tl At sunrise It Is blue, and !In the afternoon board the country boats, one's ablutions off second best and to transact all the legal business ; i

Now; ,"" she said to the saleswoman, It Is pluk. Then there Is hibiscus have to be performed In a very "Oh Mr. Field exclaimed the woman that a notary public l Is capable of THE

"I 1 want you to do tne a favor." hibiscus mutabllls. It goes through simple manner an ordinary bucket exultantly "you must admit that transacting Yesterday I even saw n }

"Curtalnly was the prompt re- three changes: In tho
spouse In the morning to rose at noon and to told to bring some water and In doingso / game'I"Field establishment. They had come la' 't'

The customer colored deeply. "I rod at sunset. Likewise the lontnnl.I / happened to spill a little on the bowed politely and with a Into town apparently to attend a funeral P ALA NEWS '

want foil to make out the bill partlyfor I The luntana Is yellow one day trange floor. "Why don't you throw it all over smile, promptly rl'jo111"1. "At any rate on
gown for ine and partly for baby the next and red the third Its me?" asked the missionary jocosely Miss Blonk I have one consolation they calmly munched! their \ .ii. ;I

dnMMM and a baby's cloak." changes are slow. There are other "Aha" said the lad, and Immediately, you at me In your sleeve." midday meal In the midst of those luglbrlols ''

The saleswoman, was used to the flowers, too, that change. There's the to his master's astonishment, took up Llpptncott's. surroundings.," :New- York Job

vlilunof,,, fashionable women, but this chlernutluiH cbameleo, that shifts from Ibo pall and emptied it over his em. Globe rile. Departmentv1.

was something she was a little slow In white to yellow and from yellow to ployer's head. Legend of the Viol.
A Latin of the sixteenth[ century Irascible Csrlyl. I
The poem tli
comprehending. customer explained. red There's the gladiolus verslcolor.
that's brown lu the morning and blue Fr. MtdUal Advle. has a pretty legend of a violet A lady who lived ueac. TLouins Cnr- I' I i

"You A well known London physician at a that In mythological days was a lyle kept Cochin: China fowls and their '
see, she said, "my husband Is In the evening. There's the colaeascamleus Superior Printing I'
wry fond, of our baby and If be sees that moves slowly from dinner party one evening was much maiden called lanthls, one of Diana's crowing was such a nuisance that the l
worried by who was seeking gratuitous nymphs. She attracted the attention philosopher sent n complaint to ber. .
that the bill Is partly for dresses for grcoiilab white to a deep violet."-:New- one
her. advice. "Do you know, doctor of Apollo, whose admiration she did The owner was Indignant upon heal
well, lie won't mlud so much- Orleans Tltnes-DewocratPoisoned .41
Elrhanco. ," said his questioner "I know a not return and flying from his pur ing the appeal '' '

With DiamondsTime man who suffers so terribly with Indigestion suit, aba implored Diana to, destroy the Why," said she "they crow only I'$t For All Purposes. jib

Tak.. HI. Own fVUdiolno. ,Jeweler! replaced tenderly In Its that at times ba can do nothing beauty which occasioned her so much four times ,a In Baluchistan but bowl with pain. What would Diana granted her request Carlyle lx sorloi/Hly annoyed nt that?

Elves a done he Is when expected the l to physician partakeof case the unmounted pear shaped that diamond. you do In that case?" trou\lo. her face to a dull purpla.lanthls. t'PUI hciirlnx of her attitude upon sic' '
"I could kill you with I'I'
the replied, "Tho lady
"Well, I suppose, responded the however, soon regretted the subject Parlylo
his good one faith.himself Should as a the guaranteeof patient he You anld.would"I die could In a poison few hours.you with"But It medical man, "I should howl with pain loss of her beauty and was pining those forgets four Ibo crows.Iull I"suffer lu waiting for Give us a Trial I'I' ; i

Westminster Gazette.Flabb.rgaeted with grief, when the goddess
lie too.
under his bands the relatives, diamonds are not poisonous?" "10'
though! they rarely exerclso It, have deed they are ground up. There have had pity on her and changed her into 16
the Pa. a flower, which still shrinks from Apollo One Too Oftan.
right of putting him to death
been a number of suicides by end l to be and hides her modest head "What's all title exclftmicnt about?" '
a special agreement has been cutters Swallow "Ab, pater, I am no glad (the sun) Order.
among gem
home from college." In the shade. "Nothing worth J"ltlonlng _
freeing him from all responsibility diamond dust, and death will ensue .
"" kuock"I'do'n. /ft' '
ai to consequences, while If they very quickly. The symptoms will be "Whit's that? lot.. I'
"I well pleased, y'knaw. At Regular Ratts.
should decide immolating him had am Jolly .cll.lt'
he Is fully the same as though strychnine "Hank clean out the old stall I Miss Matilda Owens bung on the exacty. Ono of those men who '
expected to yield to his "
like a mono been taken. There's a new critter on the place."- arm of the editor of the Lanevllle Bugle iilwnys en t.1 '} of 3'01 aud push you We havepleased It q

Louisville Courlor-Journsl. to ,,-bol she bad been engaged out of way when you hOPlol to jet' f !
Iinp H.r View of It. for three years and endeavored to turn meet them nt n c'rn\'llu,1 co'lor gob. I'
There Is one wish ruling over. mankind "Don't you think" asked Mrs Old- A Thorough SportThe his gaea toward the sky bed the WI'OI" man. just now +\ 1S ;
has It
castle, "that Miss Wlthorspoon Deacon-Young man don't you "Just notice the moon William!" she all."-Chicago Tribune,
ana It Is a wish which Is never face" "Oh," replied her I customers .
In a single Instance each patrician know that there's a rainy day coming said In n melting voice. ---
malt wishes to be his own master. It hostess banging ber 100,000 think ? Spendthrift-Mebby there Is, but "At the usual rates, Matilda, I shall ,Saving Tims. m m

Is a boy's beatific and over the back of a chair, "I don't I've got 45: that says the weather man be happy to do so," ha replied. Father (t(bl." eon early In the l morn- ro
vision It remains -
helms.. She claims, at least, that It Whnt I H the of this? .
the won't call the turn. Come, now Youth's Companion. lug)-
grownup man's ruling/ passion folks were all English and that Iberealn't show I You are lying In bed DPuu111 clothes /! all the
to the Inn But the fact Is life Is a of Irish blood In her you've got any nerve, your your over state. '
a drop Too Strenuous."My on. Son (,a student)-Yet), father I do ftft I'
service. The only question Is, Whom money __ __ ___
shall we serve?-w. V. Faber. reins."-Chicago Record-Herald. son tolls me you've discharged that so that If I oversleep! myself I /' a,

A flood Imitation. him," said the office boy's mother, shall not be Lite at college.Meggendorfcr ftft e4 I' I

Still In the Dark. .. Dirfioultlts of the Naturalist The other day an amateur artist was "and I think that's strange. You advertised : Blotter /4 o I
"Does At one end or the l other at every onl- producing some rapid sketches to for a strong boy, and he's cer ftft We can please I'

tailed l n your maid. object to being mol lies a danger which makes tbe amuse his children. lIe drew a slfetch tainly" "He's too strong, madam," Tartu. /$ '
servant "I don't know.
"o'vo closest Investigation Impossible. To of a hen so naturally that when.. It was Interrupted the employer.. "In the A shrewd old doctor once said: "If I ftft I'
only her two weeks and
she hasn't study the mule we must hold blm by afterward thrown In tbe waste paper single day he was here be broke all I wanted to torture an enemy I would / '
really permitted us to get head but to study] tho bull wa laid there. this office and of the
on i the basket It the rules of some ell him ho had an Incurable disease
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Chicago speaking[ terms with. her as yet.Kccordtlerald. must have a tall bold as n vantage. : furniture.."-Catholic Standard and HIs Ufo would he miserable, and he '' YOU. Rio' s

point.-St. Louis Globe-Dentocrut. A Little Dlffsrsn Times would be almost certain to die before I'

"I suppose" she said with fine sarcasm : its time" 4
Th. fUturn.MogUtrateWnatl .
Explained- "you were sitting up with a Enduranos. Ia I'Ia
Do you/ mean to It. He replied ha Ethel How long can a human being
lily your "I know ha does not mean friend "No, ro'dear Mlsssd Vocation.ClientDhln't Vr '
.that physical struck you and he says In his letter that everything has truthfully, "I was set tin' 'em up witha live without foo'.1clcI you moke n mistake I'

iTas. yer wreck Mrs. Ualonei- seemed dark as night since I vent friend.:.-Houston Po t. c101't klow about human lieIngs In going Into law Instead of the army? <*>
luuor. but he's only been a I know poets who have been Jawyer-Why? Client-By the way .
Physical away.
hudepenclenl wreck since ha struck m..- "He may be telling the truth. You Hard te Fit. writing for years.-Judge. you charge there ,,"oul ba little left ,; '' ,

know love Is blind." She-Ha bus a most extraordinaryfigure of the enemy.- < Tit-Bit. \l I'

Dillconteat want basu't he? Ha That's '0. I It has become necessary to modifytba

hire Is self nit- You may stretch a truth Into a lie, believe an umbrella Is about the only old saying, "Life la what we make Rash presumption hi a ladder which
; It t It the Russell & Vickers
son Infirmity. of wllL-Emer- but you can't shrink a lie (Into truth. thing ha can buy ready made.-Ally it" Life Is what wa mate' In It-Los will break the mounter's) neck.- 'German 1" .

Selected. Bloper. Angeles Times Proverb. ww i.
Ireland Cesar cliffs.
Her Sell Central
Tile 1I1o..t A Quick (Gas The Game of Chess t '
cliff scenery, ''a the United stun Has Attractions "There's I will
W'Wlom' Is The small boy entered tho shoe Th Arckla dies Is of / and Its one thing say remarked .
on the const of the county and appeared to be somewhat bowll "I cannot Imagine" said the woman arlgln !Is lost greatlotlqult. Though Mr. Millions, "and that la that Proprietors .

San.?,T1 facing lit the northwest of Ire"iri. tiered with the short sleeves, "why In the nOR I'ly every nation uuder the sun my daughter, Arabella, has f fine die 16)

etbas"t the Atlllnllc the where the "What will you have, my sour asked world Eskimos, live lu their country the Invention of the pastime It position." '
Hmgrnndmr of cllffi al'e they hove learned what Is to be olIlnl1 !" I'I
the clerk. a undoubtedly of oriental origin The "Inde
; 'IIl1uo. and Impresslvs. Site,. jI have forgotten what I was had and seen lu clvlllxed places Just Romans placed over the door of the The way she can listen for I 1.'

,uporb south' of Glen Columbkllle. Is sent for" replied tbe boy bashfully, think I They have no theaters, no hotels temple of Janus "Ex Orients Lux et 1 boars to her own playing, on the ,1011 I'

tomtt "plon.lol.'roductlon to Donegal'sWto "but-but It la something wa have, at no trains, no street cars, no shops Ludna SClccborllm" ("Out of the east shows remarkable self control" .,
In 'less .
than alf
a Into the churches, no clubs no
from the. home l every time ma goes no schools, nO came light and the game of cbps-i") I
Us. .olght ot sea the mountain rears kitchen while the cook 'Is th
hhind or nearly 2' feet In the The clerk smiled knowingly."Oh nothing that we have." "cbctorangn," the fOul nngas--that Is. "Tha baby's awful bald," said Mabel. I

Ireland. the.l>>'off the west coast of I .sea.. You want spats?" "Possibly that Is the reason they, the) four members of the army,-clophanta "Yea; they come bal on purpose. Tf |

Achill!' Head digs of croghan, at Yes that's It, mister" replied the stay whore they are," ventured the, horses, chariots and foot sollers. they had hair I It all out alI'I ,-

firs edge to. rise .beer. from tbe Wa- lad hia face brightening. "I cants man with the dinner Jacket.-Judge. I [ The Chinese played chess I ton all that hair would be walt; I I l L S
hit the "", height of $.OOO New, 00 I *4tC es$ :33)1 _
Tommy. -Philadelphia ,
'LoDdo dtaiidard.. ftir a pair of spats"-ChlOaao f,ar. ago .the ,aDe of wa." Itd #. : .

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9' 'l' At this season of the year it is necessary to close out and clean up all classes of goods in 9'

atiuk:, :, order to make room for the fall season. Every article in the store at Reduced Prices. .:' :.i

9'1 Nothing Reserved; Everything Must G. ear 1

To do this, we have marked them at prices that will make them move. Prices below all competition -

; below the mill prices: yes, below the prices of everybody. .

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The Greatest Bargain Feast ever known in this country. We must sell this Stock in order 'In\-'."
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to room, as as get money, our STOCK.:: ,

0 which will be up-to-date in every particular.

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.:: PARTICIPATE IN THIS GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE. It will pay you to draw largely on .,\

; ; your bank account and buy Dry Goods for future use during this last and greatest slaughter '

#. sale 1 of the season. r
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: :. T .. Clearance sale of Bed Spreads, Sheets and Half Price Notion Sale. 1- Dress Goods at prices that you will never t"1'-.. 1.l

'- Pillow Cases. Hair Pins per pkg .. ... . ... . ... .. ... lc. get again.
'r oc Blk and white Hook anti Eyes with hump and invisible _._ 'f
jam; The (greatest< values] ever known. loops, per card .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. .. ..... 2c I. BO in Mohair Siiitings, cheap] nt 50o( Clearance sale price.: 89j(: ;.
$1.?:3 Spreads worth !$1.50;; today, ]large size nt .. ........ \OMu Good Safety Pins worth 5o per doz ... ...-.. .... ..... ... 20 50 in Mohair Suitings{ worpi 75c; at ... .. .. .. .... .. ... 49c .r \
Both fringed and hemmed. Good Pearl Buttons worth 5c per doz.... .... ....... ... 2Jc 4l! in All R'oolVoile\ worth 1.25nt: .... .. .. ... .. ...... 89c\
/ .,;.1 $1.50 spreads worth :$1.75: today at .. ...,. . ,.. :$1.19\) Pearl Buttons worth 80 doz. .. .. .. .?. .. ....... .?. ...... 4oHo FRu Suitings:( worth 60( and GOo( nt..... ... ..... .. .. '. 42o 1
lJ. $2.00 Spreads, very largo:( at . . .. .. .. ... .. .. $1.48.f2.50 ) Pearl] Buttons' at. .. . .. .. .. .. .. ... ...... 5to6c All Drees) Good nt prices( yon nevpr-fxpoctfil( ( to get them.?
Spreads, very heavy and fine at . .. .. . $..&9 Good Machine Thread per spool..., .,. 2c
\ f. Fine Marsailles Spreads worth 1.00 und 4.CO at.... $2.93\) Peri Lusta Eui broidery )Floss pi skein.?. .. ...... .. .. :.. ... Ho
+'/1"f Blenched Sheets at -l:5.:: 49, 59\), 09, 79, and 85c worth i more. D. M. C. pr skein .. ....... ... 20 No one else will sell these \ #
Pillow Cases 10, 121 1-2,1S:> IS and 20! worth 20 per cent more. Meimen's Talcum] Powder. . ... .. .. .. ... . ... 12cf you goods at !,,
1.00 Alarm Clocks ... . .. . ... .. .... .. .. 5S\>o the prices we quote. fy

>} ii Clearance Sale price on Table Linen & Napkins. Fine clearance Linen] Finish sale Press)price Ginghamt. .. . ..worth. ... .1J...l-2c.. .,.. ... .,- .. gio' .Y'l
; .. . .. . .. 21c Silks at Less than Factory Prices. A. F. C. GII1 ham sold at 12 t:. nt nil stores, our pric lOc .. i
5S) \ in Bleached Table] Linennworth 85o at. .
8.1 .... .... .. 2Jo AmoskeaK.\pronohlck ot. . .. .. ...... j He
in worth }9o
00 ilL. 80. in Blk and colored Taffeta and Blk Pun de Soie, sold] everywhere Calicoes worth( toSoJat. ... ....,. .. ...... '-VIr.
::"". 00 ill Mercerized( Table Linen worth 58c at ... .... ... .... 89c at 1.25;), at . .. .... .. .. ..... ... .. 08c 83 inch Indian Head worth 15u", clearance' ......6.,andO't'I(\
.... ... .. .. ISo solo] lOo .
?;;.. (01 in C5cat. 27 in China Silk] 50c goods, all colors] at .. .. ........ .. U7o 86 inch Lonsdalft] and Fruit of the Loom .. JI"/;""
61 in Half] Bleached, all Linen, worth !nii at. . .. .. .. 49oliO 27 in Heavier, worth 00 and (5o .. .. ... .. .. .. Muslin-[ <* ''>: 12Ac "I"-
> go at 42o Cheviotts, cheap! at 1'e, this sale .. . .. .. ....
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1'1 ;1iiJl in Bleached all Linen" cheap] at COo for. 4"o 21 in Jap Silk cream and white at. ... .. . ... .. .. .. 21o 40 inch White I Lawn' nt .. .. .. .. ... ..r.. ..'. ) _
'.t'. d(: 72' hi our Tao:> J2o< ,.27:' in worth]I 50c .. ... ... ... ... 87cBO Percales per yard from .. .'... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .... 80 1
72 in very fine 1.00 grade .... .. .... ..... ..... .. .. 89o\ ( in ". worth 75o .. .. .. . .. 680 .7o to l o .. :
72 in 1.25: ;) grade.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. 5)8o) Fancy stripes and plain] Silks at about half their real
, Fringed Doilies worth 50 and GOo at. . ... .. .... 420 value. and
Linen and mercerized Napkins at big reduction Laces Embroidery. 'f

9" Fancy Lawns at Give-Away Prices. Here wo will give you sumo of the greatest; values you 1"
ever enOur hues
.r" 1 1 Clearance Sale on Shirtwaists, Hosiery, Vests, 25 inch Fancy Lawns, worth 7c, goat. ... .. .... ... . 4u 8. 'rimy nre worth of more embroidery> than. these cannot be matched anywhere -
Aq+ Handkerchiefs, Etc. 27! inch 8 and lOc Lawns/ clearance] sale] price .... .. 5c i today i : Clearance Sole Prices, 5c, So, prices at the factory t 1. 41
27 inch 12: } and 15o Lawns at. .. . ... .. ......... 8!1- lOo and 15o.
f. 1 lot Shirtwaists worth 1.50 at . .. .. . . . j c't'I' 18 and 20c Lawns, Basists.: Dimitips :Kto., at. ..10 und 12Ao
\ :Shirtwaists\ worth 1.751lnd 2.00 to go at .. .. .... .. !S)8cOthfT ) 25: nnd 29o\) Fancy Lawns, Orgnndies, and Longerin; at 17o Skirts at Prices '.T
] waists worth 2.50) to 10.00 will close at.$1.13 to IP5.IH. All 85> and lOc Fancy wash Roods at. . . .. ., . 22o50c Less than the Material
9' Ladies] Bloodied: Vests, taped, worth Kte at ... . . 5u ) Fancy wash goods Silk (Oinghams, etc.,, at ... .. .. .. 87o Would Cost You. 1"We fie
' Vests worth I 1L1! l-2c . .. .. .. . . .. . 8c lt'hiteDotted Swiss worth 20o at '. .. .. .. 1SJ .
() .u'l loc: Vests. Clearance Sale price .. . . .. .. .. lOc 25: and ROc Dotted Swiss go at..... ... ... .... ... .. .. .. 180 SKIUfH will nut n.ttet"> to quote prices here, but will give _
+ / 1+.. 25!: and 2'Je Vests nt IPc. 85) ; and 89c\) Vests at.......... 24o \Vhit Dimitie worth 12 J-2Rlld l"o at.. ... ... ... .. .. .. Oo you at prices you never dreamed of. We have a very :r ., 1'
//jI1.Vest8Ilt . ... ... .. .. .... . 8s e'W See them and you will appreciate their value. good look nt line thPnJ.of colors and sizes, antI it will pay you to-. taken I.. r_ ..,I

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/t'2: through and pass it to your neighbors and friends, and COME. JJ"

Those who have attended any of our sales know that we do all we say. This will be a Greater Sale and

%. will give you Greater Bargains than Ever Before. Come and bring your friends. An inspection is all we ask.we

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Crescent City Hews John B. Stetson University .

HAVE ON HAND .. _,- _. ;
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supply of Weather! lC i>ort. Oranges Four Colleges and ive Technical, Schools.
nro going Ono
B large I up. grower/: Si

In Croaoentoity Auguat.: Slid, .temperature IPtO. lor the week .nd. here had an otter of 1.CO per box on FLORIDA

Rubbers for Max. Mln.Jnlv. the trees for tangerines and< $1.7 Affiliated With the University of Chicago

:. t a. m. p. i tp.ni, S4 b'rs 2/h'ra! for his grapefruit; and $1 OB for lila "I was a total wreck writes Mrs. Beulah '. OI.LK4.K OK LilftKKAL AIlTH._TIio.utoii.lnrdu. are hone of the rnlvernltv of ( hlcago. t
1IT Haturday
7B > TV Hi 7V common oranges But he dlil, not RiBiHun terminate. remOve iliulr Uugre3i from botH. "fettuiaon, and Uhluago. bee. the Culcuuo :
Jars 1W. Sunday HIM\ HI' I'v tilt'>'4 7V( sell Rowley of Champoeg. "from I had and ielnon ,
Fruit W. Monday Bl. lu I'V10 TOM the opinion Is that lie was Oregon pains cMaloici. j S

... W HI),. lue.Uay.Woilnenday !at m" UIU HI'\ HI 81 tu UU1'77 wise. The fruit will be worth mac suffered, for 4. years, every month. Sometimes I Itlinut COII.KOR uxHniiMUtlnnOLL OF.LAVV.-UnidiifiH'toi. this Co.lexe ale admitted to )>raollc. law Hi Florida I S

August, more money. would) be unconscious for I .
12 hours stretch.
best that can at a f
They are| the I. 'Iliuradav, IU 911<1 HO12\ 78 .<1K OF TKCllNoI.OIJV ANI SCHOOL OK MKCIIANIO A UTS.-'Vachant- I'
>1.> Friday.. .. M! \U9 I'll l itt 7aK POMONA did not know that anything could stop the pain oaf Ivlli Mautrloitl., RiiKlnnurtng, and Manual. ) ratn.tiif| courmw louUititf to degrutii. Finn new "d. ( )

linJ and! sell at I \MLLIAMS.. Ol .orv.r. NEWS. entirely but building) Costly eriilmitmU| | !IctLe.E05
bi .. .. .. Wine of Cardul did. I advise all ., S :
: or IiUMiNEMi4-liaklngin' nilim\ branclifift. ItonklteoptnR byboatmetliode.
."" """" ""' '' Misses Rhoda and Annie Johnso women suffering with painful periods to use Car- Bhnrihiind, and lypuwrtLliiK" >,led ho oouruo|,en lit other Deuii'tmunm5.| Lurge fenci.lty and S
Dozenor visited .
at ourauttlOLH I
I lOc per week Bostwlck: las dul and be relieved. bullUlutf ,
$ Personal and Social. $ FKKPAKATOKY ACADKMV GroduHio. prepared to enter Harvard. Yale, Princeton I
Dr. S. E. Peek Cornell, Michigan ChlcBKoand tint-clous College*). '.j i
WitH It
In Palalka does this
by mail( business fin by regulating the functions and '1 .. .S
I' ."" ""' '''''''''''''' ''''. Monday. Dr. Peck will NORMAL. AM J\10.tcl.MCIlOOLII-.1.. Klndorgarttm In lit own buIlding. fl. Primary -
leave. this week by Clydo Line for toning up all the Internal female to health.It and orammur Hctiool in aujmruta. building. 'IIDMU HUinulH eRpoolally, prepare i'uhlla S 1
Mrs. New organs Hdhool ieau'lwrs.MUStO "
15 centsLound's Frank Cloutler visited Palatha city and points in Cut) \

the early part of the week.C. weeks.nectlout where he will spend u few is a pure, specific reliable female remedy witha HCiiooL. lloiHUiOOnlpoormni, a doiun nlnnoH.wparnlo. building, largo fuonltyr ./
tlmrongli conrHOH of ulutly.. ,

L. Chnmberlln and F. M. l'IIY. Misses Ilah and Loretta record of 70 years of ART HCIIOOI -NOW fttiullo. (OHtlVCnmn. modolH otC.hiuiNOti .(.
Bond I
.orelIl' BOil vUUecJ Pnlntkaon Tuesday Palatka have, ot FREE ADVICEWrite I h.. a ftionliv of IK i.rof.n.orn and, liiHtrnatorn.. 'I liny hold dugroen from Oio |'nlvorNltv S
Drug been guests of IIft'B. success. I It has bene- of (:hlciiKO, Harvard. Ynui Dnrtinniii. ') <'nlnnibla., Toronto.ahbForott.' LoulHvtllu, ", f,
Courtland Mlddletoti fort week. u. a teller de crlbln" .11 1,, Kucknoll, Unlvunilty of Nlciian, INuinleon and other UnlvamUlon. 'lliara \ }
Mr. and l Mrs. Kendall have inbred I S '
Crescent Uity, Fla. y ur ymntom' :, .s will: .end,you. :'owo,: :'lofJh.\i:;::::, \, in bulUlinuxand\ eiiulpmunt: ; nearly aiiiartor,, million dollar Iowmni I an ;
to the Lone flat on West Central Mrs. M, E. Ames and granddaugh. fited a million others. I Addresel rrva L.dle.PAdy'.ory' ltd Department envelop*, endowed library of over H.ooo. volunuw; H .iwaiittfiil) chapal with ooHtly fumlHhlngH, including S ,\
tar, Miss IIlal'lo\'l\ ret Flsk, departed I 1 IeLtsitsnsogs A"dldn..o."h.hy .".- iiAtned Klaan window, 7 ntl i AlnllnKH., u tlO.,0.81( < i plpo organ; a aymimnlniu. with complete" auiiriui p- '.. ,
avenue. 'lint' liii. 0"01",1, "thlo'io' 141011 rUIIIIIII" .irnok. touuuui courts. 1.0..011. 'IImollll' unit
"' I'II e Sunday for W not ? "....., Tenn. S
Boston to be it. j
e absent Try
} thll you rowing
gridiron' beuido swilnining. oif and at Cur dons: .eiarito bulidluge ror mon and wenion \
Mrs. J. L. Burton now visiting at remainder of the summer. \; tuu large laboratories, fr htmi.try I l'hyuic. flactorloioy.: Miiral.y I and iiiOiofy; set-. S
Palmetto baa oral large miisoiins and shups; 'oot.lo' ligiuie elootrlo b.llo. steam. hoat, c.meot wait.' doll ,
greatly Improved In Mrs. James Long of Huntings Sold made. broad a\uniiMR ttpaalon. cam pun .hrll ,b.ry an<| tretw; nonlal literary mimlLal, and other S" ,
{ {N health. since going there. who has been for several months vis by Every Druggist In $1.00 Bottles. tudontf..' clubs; mar, loctnre coiirni>H| ChrlMtlan und not NnUarlun toiiohliiK, The location Id "
beautiful and. healthful and tlie low
"M H READ WWf'' Will Newman has recovered from ItinK Mrs. E. lu. Eames left Sutur: ForoautlottHt vluw t foldun xpnnHe and Inrormatloii ar address the President : S
day for Daytona accompanied by
serious attack of malarial fever mid Mr. Long and small son. They will I .WINEOF LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL. D. -

REAL ESTATE.crescent f U again at hla place of business. in the futuie reside In Daytona. ;
Ed. Newaom states that lie U goingto where Mr. Long will be engagpd 111 CARDUI' I)IANI, FLORIDA.JAMESTOWN :,;
Fla.. meat business.
City ; his grove on the cant Bide' of the

lake this week and tlmt he will O. S. Hendrlck has gone to New

lrol'pl'ly-"Cre. Hampshire to Join his wife until cold _. EXPOSITION ir
Howe -
build the
The up plune. weather!' when they both expect to
Hill"-Is now on the mar Tho Bat.
cent returll.
Mrs. J. F.
Rhoada and the Burton .
Too High For th* Barbor. < Nearly all bats have the faculty of

ket. nttont ion given to I children left last week for the Sum- Work on W. S. Middleton's new "I heard something new In th4 bartering hibernating. Their hibernation however 1 Rales From Palalka. :<< "
Particular llavun store Is again going forward after :
mer bunch where they will \ a business this morning said Is not perfect-that la to say that 3
listed long "
delay for '
propmly waiting lumber.
Crescent City. enjoy an outing of several weeks. the gray uenilcd man "I am occupy- ,
wben tbe In the mid.
days occur
Season ticket $: sold Coach Excursions 16.16 sold each .
!:: l .12.70 dally. *
with \V. A. lug the floor of
me Hobbs agent for Singer a room on top a skyscraping die of winter wake together
Mrs. M. H. White and her they up
commnlon sewing machines, bUll been spending npiutuient hotel. This moru- with tbe insects which are their foot Tuesday' IIntl FilJay, limited 10 days not (rood in parlor or sleeping cars. S

M el! Miss Dunn have gone: to Pa- con llltH'able time in this vicinity lug I sent for a barter to come up Still tb..lrille a true hibernation trance, Sixty tiny tickets.. $21).RJ, sold' dally. Fifteen day tickets $24.20, sold dally. .. S

atka, where they will remain some and considering the number of macliines ami shave me He come, but when be
differing from sleep with low rate
Inio the guests of Mr. and Mrs. shipped here he must have saw to nlmt uu altitude be bad attained of pulse heart actIon and respiration. I Coast Line "Norfolk' Flyer"Quickest S
.A. :I:. Spora-cor: done a good business. ,
Uuther: I). Curtlsa.Mrs. be looked mieniy. Probably they would endure Immersion .\
W. H. MIddleton and W. E. llobtm ''''ollid It Inconvenience to ::-=- = =.: = ;:: ---.::.-:=
you for hour - -S --
in water un or two 'N'07HIIN' ;
DentiSt. : C. L. Chamberllu and three In Palatka 5T : NdnfffN IItI S SLv
were Monday. come clown to the regular barher"hop1'
little daughters left on Monday for without drowning as other hlbernators I.ollltk., ... j II ''II a I'i ii iiii'P I Lv Nrfik . ., 0 Illp 5 Iii ftAr
-- Frank Henle came up from Palat bo uskcd."I hare been found to do. .J..k.ollvll'o' . I' .lie a I 7 'O'' P I Ar iii'' P U... .itiv
Office Rnililenca on Prospect Street. fnlutka and Sutherland, lit which ka I last week to visit a few days with answered that It would not par "ul'.ullvlllo' t. U IIU "ii I 'ItA ,I' I I.v Jsviuuviiie..S. ill P \\I Hila
Florid latter place they will: upend several his Ar Nos'roik L.LIJnJAr \II P II 20 a S
(TMoentCltv, family. Icularly put uiu out but that would Just tho Other Way."I __ :::...:_= -=_ : !
weeks on a vl.lt'tt) Mrs. Chl mber. like to know the reason for his re- am delighted," said the old friend

In's brother Mr. E. H. GI uth'r. LAKE COMO. quest. who bad called '"to find that you agree

StJorina Rlvrtay Daylight. Mrs. ChitH Cook tf Wisconsin arrived 'The filet Is,' ho said 'I never like with your husband In everything Mrs. Time Double Daily Service

Beach & Miller Line here on Saturday to be with Rdmonda has sold his propel to shave anybody at this distance Jlenpeck."
The : her 'ty here to Uev. D. S. Morris. Mr./ above the ground. No barber likes "Indeed! answered that estimable Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to Norfolk.

Steamer CRESCENT. daughter Mrs. W. M. Miller Kdmonds: and family will move to to. We seem to bo pnrtlciihuly nouslIvo Indy. "If yon will take the pains to investigate -
who has been quite 111 with sciatic C'anada.) to height It miikes us nervous sir
Unma Jeckionrille!]! on rueolay.,Thurkdnys our domestic relations Atlantic Coast Line
and Saturday at S:W a. '::. for Ureen Cove, heifmatlsm. Mrs. Miller Is reported !Mr. and M n. Claude !lIon lur and Moet bnrbvrslll not uuileitako a you will find that It Is Mr. Henpeck

felsiti.l Crescent City and principal WMyi..udl"al as improving steadily. I Mr./ and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan. were Job above n ci'itnln number of feet in who agrees with me In everything" S

UturnlnKl I .ftVMCrw.)entotty on WeUuei Mr. Klnarct's new bulhllng nt the visitors at descent City recently. the iilr. Of rourso If you Insist I will Write. for illustrated 1 folders, containing maps descriptive matter, hotel
diiyii,Prlday.aiiil MondiiyNHt 7 a m.jnokionviUe shave here, lint you would prob. ,
:; wbart foolol Laura HtrnatPtuua corner of Central avenue and Market Presiding Elder White was m ibly net n ln'lti'i' .shave ten floors below His 8izo. lists, etc. For reservations or Information address any ticket agent of the S

el.pbofle wnarf lid foot of Lomon street street Is nearly ready for occupancy. town several days the past week a this one.' "Sam, what would you do If you bad Atlantlo Coast Line( or FRANK C. BOYL.MTON. Jacksonville.W. S
guest of Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Morris.Kev. / a million dollars 7"
It; Is stated that he will engage/: in Mr. Morris Is "Well, jUKt. out, nf imtmnl cussedness "Fo' de I.uwd's I'm sho' I S
improving slowly suke! J.-C11AIQ, P. T. M. T. O. WHITE O. P. A.
the grocery and bakery business, but surely, and expects to take t; rofimcil to luiinoitho fellow'svblm.. rtunno wot I'd do ef I had a million :

A. B.TORREY.Unilertalter carrying a complete and first-class charge" of his churches in the next As u cuiiHuiiiieiicu' : ho uvtitly cut my dollnhs but I know wot I'd do et I General Omces : Wilmington, N. O. '

line of goods. month or so. hroat \\ liolliiMhe. dlil It tbrough had $2. I've bin waltln' two yeabs ter

and Embalmer. lIe\'OUIIIII'P", im hi .clnhiunl or pure ..
A. E. Gable of Macon, (la., visited flit married. -Judge.
The steamer Crescent returned tots Ills parents recently. ruiH('i1ncfiH' nf hlM )>\\'n I don't know.

Full Hue of Caskets and Coffins regular run on Monday, leaving Whatever It UU8. Hint I li n peculiarityof State InsliltitionsforiligherEducation.

Telephone here at her regular hour that morn- Services were held In the M. E. bni-l.ers, tlmt IM like to have exlnlne le
church Sunday morning, Kov. Hobbs .
Ing nlld carrying out a big load of ) l. -Now Voile Situ.Discppolntcd.. -- = =
OEE8CENT CITY FLORIDA taking charge. Mica uJllve. t-- -
-- ----
palls and tanks from the 1'reston- The Epworth League meeting was of the 8tnteoT Florida Female College"!; .

Miller Company. The Crescent has led by John A. Hart. Axle ; S
An ngfd. cnluiiMl man who hnd business 'Iorlll'I'I
been oil her run two weeks, during Tallahassee Florida.
Crescent City Transfer Co. In the NVwx: olllce ambled Into the > GreaseHelps S
Gainesville Florida. S ,
which time she was thoroughly editorial nmbleil. Is the I
Uoet all trainS at Creuoint City, Junc overhauled and put In shape for the word do sat for seveial moments the Wagon A College for Women, without a I
up A high-grade Institution for young parallel the South embracing a

then Night trains by appointment. ear's business. Tlio! steamer bas and Mrs. Henry Bryant Hnd gazing at tl .> pai-umutlo tube stations < man offering Literary HclenUno, EoOoll"g"I of Liberal Arts a School for S

S. M. LABEEE. Manager. also been newly painted. It was a Miss Caroline have returned from a sot up! like hoi"'us of an oichestrlon at the Hill gineering Agricultural and PedagogToaehore., a School of Industrial Arts,
the desks of the city ami, telegrnpb ical Courses. school of floe
reljy sight to Crescent City people trip to Dnytonn.lleoch.A a arts. including piano
- .---- whnrf editors. Tliero was n bu/zlng sound asa The load seems lighter-Wagon !Strong: Faculty ; wall equipped lab. pipe organ violin voice oultuio, elocution S
who gathered at the Monday party of our young folks enjoyed copy boy pulli'd. a I lever, und the old and team wear longer-You make oratorios ; thorough Instruction both and Physical Culture. S

W. B. SHOTWELL lorning. Nothing 89( disturbs the pleasant. launch, ridu up the river man smiled us If expecting something more money and have more time theoretical and practical ; careful supervision A Faculty of able specialists.In all

Builds Row Boats own, or can be more generally mlll and moonlight walk back last Tuesday pleasant, then took on a look of dlsppulntuient to make money, when wheel: ore and discipline; high moral departments.
nlirht. Those In the party were WlluMica tona. I Tuition free Charges for specialNo
ell than the descent and the people A few minutes later the greased
Repairs boats, buggies and makes all Mrs. H. K Weld, Misses Beatrice tuition charges to Florida. atudoiHs. Instruction In Fine Arts reduced to a
UU'ls' 01[ wool work repairs at his shop foil better now that she Id buck.Ii Wnld, hose Holier, Nettle and Viola boy sept nuotbor. piece of copy! \\ bli'I- Other expenses very low. minimum New bulldlnga In course

''nwar of his MEAT MARKET. A. Hurlbut has cut tome tU) or Mcleod Messrs. It. J. and Dull McL lout npstoU-s. awl again tile visitor's expression Axle Grease For catalogue and IlIft>I'lIJlLtlolI, address ( I of construction. Write for catalogue I

Crescent City 1'la. moro boxes. of grappfiuU from I his| "od. Chas and CrillVtILl"m8., B.I passed fioin anticipation to ,
'. Wilkinson and Dr. Brewster. then bexrllderuieut. -Tho longest wearing anJ most A. A. MUKHIIltni:,
Satisfactory work guaranteed nt modBt trees in order. that. (ho fruit left on / disappointment ANIHtF\V: SLEIl I
prices. f'loally lie accosted' the telegraph ed- satisfactory lubricant In the world. President.,
) develop Into linger sl/rs. Much Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Qreenwood have l'rI"Hltl4'nt. I ,
north visit friends for Itor. STANDARD OIL CO. I
on a to a
or his grupefrult Is of the smaller couple of months. 'Scuse me, sub, but moot I ax yo' i._._ _- -

sizes, but experiments made by him what dom things Is?"
HELP IS OFFEREDTO Lee Smith of Pomona was In town In Olu-ult Court of tlio. viKhth) Jmllolul .- .
list season proved that by cullingthe Friday. Certainly ha might and woe enllglitued. Th. Old New Engl.nd Sabbath.A ,.",it of the StoLe or Kloi'Uln. In mill for J EAST COAST FLORIDA 5
WORTHY YOUNG PCOPLKW fruit when It bore heavily that description of the old New: England I'utniini Uomity-In. Ohnmeiy.l.loyil "THE OP "

.Mm rily"Iueot.u younv. .persona. 110 matter left on the trees would develop intoaiea Quite a number of our clti/ens "WcH, 1 'cluu t' goodness! be exlulmetl. Sabbath Is calculated to jnuke W.; Morgan, on -\ IS PARADISE REGAINED.

obwn""wwlimited I thorough their mean kiulnea.or education training-ami,who good wish to :. of ((14 to the box or undur, and went down to Palatka. during the "I thought cloy was some Lestless chlldipii of the prl'sul1t tidy (viiirrnnt:, .orM.ou: ..""..; MIU. for *.!Ia
noil. week .. ,
illS tlon,,,.to write by flrit mail for our .great half-rate he would realize much more money sort 0' music box f entertain yo' gom- and possibly some of their eldeis I'utltlonur.t>. Ij, Moruillliloei.iiHi.il. of ewtnlB Lamia ami of\ for.hl 1 or 'lA 5 ,
Bilncn. Indepnulonceanil probable fortune The young folks here enjoyed a mans whilst yo' worked!"-Baltimore thankful they wero not born two centuries ,',. L niHtrllmtlonofMiv '
ni vvfuarantaej. IJon'tdelay writ*today. for hi. fruit. Some who saw the dance at the hall lust Thursday News. S Mormm soda! Mor. f tlieinon''>'smm. LIMITED "&C'on ,:: PARLOR 5

Ct..Ala. Bula e Cefl. .. Macua. Ca. rult, Inylng under 11 i'. Hurlbut'nrees night quite a number being In nttendance. ago MvrllHLu I Moriiiiii, nrl.liin fi0111, thefilaMiiy PULLMAN -. CAR
The Sabbath began Saturday afternoon Moigun. i'nil, all 1 Iu of f/I.1aI"'Y./ \
told the News that Mr. Hiul-! A Plain Hit. with tbe going down of the sun. H"I'y'ilI""Hlin., nnfimumB.. AND -

SHORT TALKS BYL. but's> fruit was "dropping" badly Miss Ellen" : Ureen Misses Madge, Au elderly gentleman ou his way to Sunday niorulng a horu wile loudly iliintH i In.. Interest anil liulr. at law TRAINS.'S..

The dropping: is thus Accounted for. and Marie Wise, Messrs. Ames Joe a quiet watering place In Scotland met blown' to announce the hour of worship. TUI online clinic on I to bu lii>nnl upon I petition I-
T. COOPER. Pierce and Fred Clreen of Lake Mnrgarer / lu tho ralluuy carrIage an old worthy Son, 'Ice begun ut I 0 o'clock nUll liwii'ln, ,,ini It iupoirtn i if to tile court, i I Is
Chaniheilln, have of thw court that the the Famous Resorts
Oliver and Harry Misses Lola Mae Hunter Florence anil In the I opltiloii Reaching
who turned out to be a native of the : holia: law )
lusted for eight horns, with nu Intermission youR off lieu lmioot the sole nt
purchased 10 acres of pine wood land Newbold Messrs. Will and 11m .ilace anti wishing to have a talk and of hour for dinner of mild 1 dmmlHlit I 1'. I* )lorgill: ,. doM not ax. ST. AUGUSTINE ORMOND S
I one and :
Clifford Hunter of Crescent liumlKd doIIura. Anil.
and I
CONSTIPATION. and Allen ',',,. the Hum of throe
In the Urovesdale suburb are engaged City, Oliver Hind of Ueor; e- i lit the sii me time leu I'll something of com'emotion.! In the cm'Host days the It UDli.'iiiInU, thnt tile, mill l). I.. Moritniidl ,

In clearing the land. They town nnd Ralph LeBree of Mluml lie const village; accosted him thus: coiigieiiutlou sat nn rude hunches, their' I lad rint I .al...tii. '1'Imt, tlii-rw are. two or nioio DAYTONA ROCKLEDGE

1 osn tell a person who U constipated are cutting up the wood In stove were In attendance at the deuce, lust Elderly Gentleman suppose tbe airs seats being assigned them nt town li<'."'. nt luw of-mill W. Morgan' littentnta.llmtLluvil Ix a single, nmn. PALM BEACH MIAMI.A .

OB mht. Their complexion U piety lengths and will sell the wood in Friday night. I s very bracing where you live? meeting The retIce consisted* of several Over the: HUD:of eiity-ono,yi-arit: U n lolrvsileuit S
uiiil raaiul's
1 ofth I State of Flu'ilc.
Their I ;
or yellow. healthy
_ and own. This fall they will set out COO Mrs. Hunter of Crescent City Is Village 'ot'hy-Graun' parts which ate chronicled, In an I at Filiifoiil, Attito of Aluuii, hut. Tlmt Ida Short Sea from Miami S
dull Trip
----i yet are I should think sne.U. over th iota of ;
",,- they look and feel peach trees and raise a peach OI'ch- visiting her daughter Mrs./ L. 10;. Q.-Then It's considered one of ancient diary ns follows: 1 taeuty.oils Mmmin; 'iHimlnilltiwotniin, y :nin, Ix ii :miu-MHlilniit: ; I of tint by Steamer to '

: leepy Nowondor ard. The boys are going to make Holley. _ around here? Preliminary prujer Ot' Invaratlou: Htnte of Horl.lil unit, renUlea lit h"ilrforni.
the healthiest quarters StiLe of Ah.hn"lull. Tlint Hush l MorKimlauwlilow
of Hlhle rend and
chapter expoundedpNuliii : N. P.
they do. ome on the deal. It Is fine V. W.-I should tblnk sae. There's over tine age ut. t, "tV''''''' yonre, ,
bowels arc a sewer JjBA TIFI1LVO IBN. III meter: rend out line by line ,,11.11.| n non-ieal< *, or tI".lt..1. Flu'iIn,
I They carry away peach Imid. and there Is always a de. cheeks Hushed with the soft OB uiuckle Reek ness there. by Dencnu H.; long prayer on \niloiis nml rasiia" at Hunry. Htiite of Loulalnnn.' KEY WEST FLA., 3
S Plump a. I should think not. Have And thnt M,.ptl. I.. Moriiun I le I. ,minor, .n
; the poUonous refuse. nand for the wood. They bought glow of health and a pure complexion. E. mutters, one hour nml n half; seimon non-r..dlil,,nt of the Hltito .if frlorlila. nmlri'Mlili' HAVANA, CUBA.

If they donf the land of L. Kuton. make ail woman beautiful. Tak a yom, never been. sick of 100 to :2"0:!:; pages' ; at close. of service at henry: State of ToulHlitnu; unit, Si
: lot the poisonous meal V. W.-Noe\ er! tlmt Ida, Muy Mei1tiuit, la u uiliioi niul l ln Is
small dose of Ileiblue after each ; ulnneis cniirpftmul Florida '
S has Its Joker us will baptism; put on trial non-rviililiMil of the *Htntn or nndrvulilo. SEND FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET. .
matter I. absorbed Crescent City It will prevent constipation ami help digest E. O.-.How do you account for that? before congrogutlnn. Minister C. l Iowud< I '. ut Henry, State oleo nndthntUarl
by the body andfaeadaohetp be seen from the following letter to Mrs. Win. It's like this, : Moiiinn mliiorand' nncinn'slclfiit S
what have eaten. V. W.-Weel, ye see. Honry Cm'l
you right ami left no person stirring till he of the mute of Florlilu alit re- J. S fA KKOTT Vics.Pr.n't sod M'l'r,
S dull. the Times-Uulon, which appearedmong U. Stroud Midlothian Tex. writes, May\[ The doctor's kept me a' my life an' had piisseil down and out of the meetIng Ihl..t. Henry. suite of Ijoulnlunn. J. P. BECKWITH Traffic Manatir,
nei t bad complex the "short talks" on tho edl- 31, 1001 : ha Jlxt lets me alone.! -Illustrated Bits It la tliBroupon voiiHlderifil niul ordHrodhv J. 0. RAHNER. Ail'l Gin Ptu'r Aunt, S
CasuaL loa and eventually "We have used Berbloe In our family the molt, ttiat 1 aoh of ttia I Nail nonrvaldtmta a-v. ausustuse. sta.Executor's .
.00.,.. of that hut Sunday : ; on or, boforetho
..riou. troubles re.ult. tonal page paper and found It the best house"F ahull appear liBruln.
with for elg :t years How Ho Got a Drink. till tiny of ptBmhtfr,A. I'I.. tied,to show -
"Editor Tlmes-Unlon-Ruad used for constipation, .UI Polltenm. nuuh In.It .
Tl. medicine we ever cause 1 If liny tliBy enn goUld mi
.. I. no better rule for good health much Interest about c.'romwell Ulb- billons fever and malaria. Sold by Act- An Indiana traveling man told a First" Tramp-After all. It pays to bo la finthor onlBrtHt :anil ,iuljiiI cot. thntthlaordornml Notice.
lI"Ullb.1 the bowel .hould move ey.ry bouts' Hpnlhertl farm. But we have Co. story the other day of an Incident on notli h"/lIhll."o"l l I Inn .nnv.ilpiiM -

day the Mm. hour If possible. Re u- a man here who when. shad lire run- erman-Stewart Drug bo road. lie was lu the smoking cart polite .pnrclner.The other Second Tramp-Notnlwnjs. | .',r a In week I'ut"lor, ,,"10llr county t'ouis.t'ultive, Mtut of a eAts Floildn. Notice In herehy gIven that lilt monthe S
Inaa 011'
isrity day actln'deaf after date hereof to-wltt till the l8t of
be acquired br making habit them with the Jelly fish train rending his '!' the liuul ta IH> .,,1<1 laa Swill
nlolt crosses an express paper liHdBMnitptlouof
01 and dumb when Jnnuary, A. H. IWM, ,IIH exei-utor of tht limb
tw. FoolIsh' people neglect this and and he serves his customers with Caught the Policemen.. when a man rushed In from the car a man gave moslxppiiro. followm : and: teHtament: : J. 1>. Unllin. demeaned, ,
She,. enronio conatip.tloo elTects them one.len8 shad. Out of shad season he countryside U laughing at an | says. "Thank you sir," All that "place. imrtul.triiPtnr lot or land will tile my lltial aeeouut and vouchum an 5 I Isnub
All the
". > holdout tho smoker evidently la great Ivlnu nnd IwtiiK' Hlttlnte. In tide County: ofPutnam exeiMttor la tile oltleo of the S
t.k and he County
.. pills every few days to lorce the baa a piece of low lands on which he experience of. the police nt LoughNoiiitli anti said: "Has anybody In me art'ellteI.-I.on"on Expross. : :: Htate of r lortiliifl, <'B rllM'ii na follo Juiltfe, of Ptitniiin County, Mnrlda. .anil arik
to perform their natural function. alses milkweed. bud the strawberry Ireland. Au Intercounty cockfight "ai, I.oto Unn (III) nild TV.OIO, lu Hiirtlonl'v.Biitytvo .to Im dlHelmrifed, from thH fiirthur ntlnilnlM ,
Aa 1".. to on they require more and Into It. and tha result is the thul car any whisky? A woman In the : : ; UM)\. In lowiialilp' ', NnnilMtr I tratlon of the entate of mild J. D. (7.1,,,. 5 S
nirnnflred between bird from Twolvet't'p.( No. IllHoilth\ of l-uugeTweiity-
son bolilml ban fainted! Instantly UHINA Kxeclltor
pilli. This should be stopped. finest strawberriis and cream you and held ear sun. (tot II. "*H). .:".t. uoiunlnlim Hlxtytv.oIIU July Ut. I...". Dill S
per'. New Discovery will build up ever tasted. Thu rl S"U'CI'I of I'"itl- Londonderry und Antrim was dozens of flasks wero produced. Tbe \ )acres niorBor lea..' I ._ _
the "Olnlcb end nu one of the 48laud. lu the lougli. wIno hail asked for It picked out (foiirildiirml: und, ordtfrHtl In OlianitMira of
Olu.e th* bowels to sol due are emllets. inn You wlthlll "hl Vlr",1" at Bturko Florida, ontin. I Notice Application for Tax Deed 5
ins"tur.lly. W bile taking the medicine (at A merchant, once told the writer The police got wind of It and arrived, the largest one *icw the cork and put May :nab/ tlllY of July A. I r>. II../,. Under Section 8 ot chapter 488H. Law

habit of regularity then gradually ilK they tiHiiully do, late. All the valla- the bottlo to his lips. With a long notsfled J.T.W.r.H. of Florida.
worth .:1:i lo him every t'lioutt'jiulKU.For .
slop that It wee ll-i-Bt
liking he medioine. blo lionU bud been pressed Into use by sigh be. betided the flask back Notion Is hereby given that A.

Her* la .mPle of letter from those th1\e he saw his mini, In pi,'Int. If the .spectators and. the police, after anti remarked. "That aid me a lot of Btobln( purchaser of tax oertlllcate S

MB1"1.. tried' 'Itt the above Item does nothing but call tr'lug111111) to secure transportationto flood and I needed It, for It always Need ItAsk No. 1573, dated. the 4th day of June A.
for sateen years I hev euffured irom ..rldto D. 1891 has filed said certificate In ,
Homich the attention' of the vnislilu \\\ tha iHlund ilutnriulnod to swim for makes me feel queer to see a woman Sale or to Let.
and liver trouble and ohronlo oflloo, and baa made application for tax:
the It will Imv.i. great value It Just lie tuoy arrived the bout ended faInt !" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
wnitlpilion. I hid frequent he.dooh. place away your doctor about the deed to Issue In accordance with law.
E* Iw'y.' felt tired anti worn out. I to the town, frencriit City needs ami every bout put off for tbe mainland wisdom of keeping/ Ayer's Hotel Rivervi, opposite mouth Bald oeitlllcate embraces the following
rq"of Cooper's and It bad. We ugulu. The police had a wlm your famous Ocklawahn. River at described!
Nw Discovery dvertlsing and needn p-operty situated In Putnam ,j
begin, It. see, Alt r I hud finished one best growing seeon baric for theIr painS, and when they Mourning. Cherry Pectoral in the house, Welaka. Best opportunity on county FlorUlt, to-wlt S .,y.
haiti i the orange
..Upo.loo,. ".. Wonderfully Improved. COBor have the state ami. 011"of the reached the mainland they found that "The Parkers have all gone Into deep ready for colds, coughs, croup, St.:: Johns River for a live business Net} ot set:: of swj section 2, township 4
'eve way to spleeelni regularity their clothing over which they had nejrlocted mourning for a very distant relative. bronchitis. If he says It's all Situated front of 11, range 2d'0 acres.
thl bowels' and I etc better slept bet. cleanest. prettiest, lieulthlsn towns to leave a guard, bad disappear Don't yon think Ifs a sign they're man. The said land being assessed at the \

h let l.acid.1 felt' bettor than I !had< for months. In Florida. Advertising brlngi leOpie. ed. They bad n ten mile march la rich)" "yo. It'* a signS the distant right then get a bottle of it town anil affording magnificent date of the Issuance of suck certificate 5 S

L. ". greatest medicine I h.v ever People are looking for mllk- dripping underclothes to the nearest relative was rllIL"-J.tt.. at once. Why not show a view of river. Good fishing and In the name ot Arch Strobel. Unless
0"0. '
A.,.! Scrsataa Samuel P*.Boorea. ITn Munwy weed farms or anything; 1"0(1 that barracks where they were put to bed DON'T Ha Br.trBand little foresight in such matters? boatirig. Address said cording certificate to law. tax phall deed be will reileemeil Issue there.ac ton

win pay. If \\'e can't suit 1'iom' In until new uniforms could be procured.\ lose all Interest when help Is within Early treatment early Cure.A on the 9th day of September A D 1S>07, S

. Our e,..to...... wb. hi,. used them say milkweed, perhopw' we oat fit 'em _Liverpool Mercury. reacb. Heroine will make that liver J. Deillow/, ttniiss my official signature and neat '
lIt. Its duties properly. J. B. w.realisM*uv IbvmuU this the 31st day. of A. D. 1007.)
sell lilt" mtdU'M. the work. We with an orange grove or potato orchard DON'T GRUMBLB perform ... July
: ache and suffer Vaughn Elba, Ala writes : Vf .1.10 lonhol JOSEPH PRICE.
f rm. A newsy when your joint you from our muiiiip.< tfVelakmt, Fla.Kim ; [tleall]
or iquMli from Itheumatlsm. Buy a bottle or "Being a constant sufferer from oonIpatton -. PCw.:: *. .'Cult court Putnam county Fla.
ACkermaJPsteartDrug letter to the. Tliti.."-Unloii from this Ballard' Snow Liniment and Bet Instant and a disordered liver I have I 1 e, .....".qU.u.d. I"". :
place once or twluta n1Oltblet.: l relief A positive cure for Rheumatism aundHeiblno to be the bea\medl 'In.., HALE-Flu sorrel hor.. liiyeiirsnld HANDY-MOTH PAPERA

that would tell of the loW 0'. resources Burns, Out., Contracted Woolen. for these troubles on the market I.I Many a boy Is called dull .nd stupId, wul;.!hn. .about. 1.IIOO). Itm-In. ,
Company ter of sltimllon.would Sore Cheat eta., Mr. I. T. Bogy a. have used It constantly. I believe It toe when the whole trouble Is due to \lazy 11 nil UOIKlllloll ; K1 I'll*. Illlt, I lad V cain mnili d""oy..rAn..ItH'nf1t..rtt.l Phtnf4luitlur S
Its beauty prominent merchant. at Willow Point the best medicine of Its kind and I liver. We believe di ice him. Kuquh.': H. A Klimrd ,unriietM. ir III Lbs f"kl. of fura al1d 5
da lots. of good. The News hopes C). Texas that he find BallarUV. wish all. sufferers. from theaetroubles I firmly your own doc. Ormcfiit City. or title v'I.'hlll"I ilrLvLti aWay; nuitbi ant worry.
lays tor will tell that \iial'Ls
you .n occasional dose Twolvt In* CarteL' rrlHHr pmpntd,
-- other good story Liniment the boat all round LI0I- to know the good Uerblan has done -- --- -- ---- :
S. Uowen or some Snow .. of Ayers Pill will do such boy. great UN, 6|IeuuioctatuAu.fdru5IIsSd'o.s not have u
,, the lime will take ment h. ever used" Sold by AckermanStewart m., Bold by Aokermao-8t w.rt Drug I deal ol If wont building moved *
bmberlaln'colla.. n4 writer who h good, They keep this liver active. you .... .. | owdr Work. SeItloD O3paruce
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Mr. and Mr*. M. M. Vlokers are A WATERY_CRAVE. THE COMING PRIMARY. Reduced Price: MMUW W

The Palatka upending n few day at the Seaside

Ion, Daytona Beach. J. S. Crouae. a Traveling Sales There Will Be Plenty of --- -,;ON ALL

News\\ Rev. Win. Wyllle, rector of St. maD Drowned off Lemon Candidates.S Goods.Ladies
Marks church, will leave for New Summer Dress .
Saturday Night.J.
Monday for a month' va Street tt will h,' noiiio eight; months before

$ City tiapptnlngs cation.York oil D. Cronso n tm..plinK salesman" tho duinouratlo. primaries for time various, but already office l-- I am waking SpecialBarlain I 20 PER CENTREDUCTrON
Iron oiuididutei
of the Wrought
In the employ all Summe
ball club will Prices on
base them
Palaika go of
$ Personal mention. $ The Range Company of St. Louis Mo. are lining up and many
.. .. .. .. to Dayton ,on Thursday of next drowned lu the river Katurda i ere making film Hhi>" campaign. Dress Goods in order to reduce my
." .. "" "' he club ot that place.
week to play I night about V o'clock a short dls : throiiKli tin- county. Tliat the com stock before taking inventory, so
Miss F.lletn Bracken I In visiting nrooksvlll" There will be no game that day In tones oil the Lemon street dock. Lug uauipnlKiii' me U1 he H lively one I I. this is your opportunity to secur",

Palatka. Mr. Crouse was one of a doze evidenced lI l 1i3' the numbvr of oiindldntm desirable goods at m a
Mrs. M. S. Brown and family, are salesman who are canvuning, I hit who have ulrvndy made the some very
Hon. M. K.: Tlmmons' of JrnnUln Sanford, where they will remain for this company aollln fact. of their probnble. vtnididur: great reduction. Of course, I arottering 1
V wan a visitor In Palatka on Wednus- known friends, Hiidmanyof whom in all othe
until such time as Mr. Brown can ranges, and all were under this maiagemenb great bargains :
day.Mrs. make arrangements to build a home. of ft Mr. Reynolds, district Ire now ou I lie still hunt: ror votes. lines, and you will, find it to your
Lillian. Knight has gone to manager. Pelatkahad been selccte For the ollloo of umheriltthe candidates to call and see me
Brockton, Mans.,tor several moutluvisit. Dr. Frank McRae of Melrose, a as headquarters for the men, and all appear to be th. mast: numei advantage and
\. former member of the legislature were anticipating a pleasant Hundn oils, probably tor the reason that It Summer is not near over yet,
and one of the popular men of the at the Saratoga Hotel. Is reported to pay best. But It Is an the goods I am offering at this -
,- John Dallow of Welaka, bin beeu county was In the city yesterday.The Their teams were across the 'herand offlce that also requires a pecullantness. time embrace all the latest pal-
itt the city a good part of the! present accidental It Is known that Sheriff KU. .
the time of the
week. game of base bull yesterday at candidate for reelectIon terns suited to the season's: In make
.afternoon between St. Augustine drowning Mr. Reynolds and MrCrouse Howell will be u credited Com.. order to room i
who in particular.
Hon. \V. H. Cook of Pomona WAS a Palatka resulted In victory for were )going across the river and those are i every
business visitor In the city on Wed. the visitors by a score of U to 4. There on John Bryant's launch to take a with a desire to enter the contest of In- today, the stock will go fast. :: forthelargestockoishoesthat
for the horsesWhen against him are K. T. KeddltiR -
( nasday.Miss big crowd present over 15U load of hay and My busiuosH has incrunsed wonderfully
a John
was and
Ie Kennerly
;Mnggle Anderson U spending. coming In on the train loin St. Au- dock and a short while distance Mr. Crouse-was out from the arranging terlaohen.'V. Jlngiui of this city Mr. Weeks oPeniel. and it is my hope to has been purchased :;

the week with friends at Crescent gustine. the load on the bow of the and Dare Baker of Inter merit at all times a share of your

Bench. Rev. L. R. Lynn reported to the boat, she was struck a glancing blow lachen. Thn News has heard valued patronage./
e Peter Jones one of the best known city council on Tue day night that a by a lighter which was swinging I that Wnsh Fnnn.ell) of Molrose wa Yours truly, for the coming season,
the name of Bennett was of Ihe schooner also likely to be candidate, but
of Frultland farmers was In the city family by from the stern ..
this week. sick and In need ot food and] medl- Gardner B. Reynolds. The jar I tbere Is no authority mother than rumor Miss HATTIE N. BUKY : everything in Ladies' ,
clues and the council Instructed caused Mr. Croun to lose his balance to connect his name with a desire -
Major J. L. Burton ot CrescentCity Chief: of Police Hagau to investigateand and lie wasjplunged head firs I for this ofllctt. and
was In the city a few hours on furnish the needed supplies. Into the water. The launch was i For County clerk the veteran Joseph ----- --- --- Gents', Misses'

Wednesday.Orvlllo baa begun stopped as quick as possible and Price, who will be a candidate
Maull of city
E. N.
Ray has returned from a the circuit court for damages turned about but nothing was seen for re-election, will be opposed by p. Childrens
suit In ot
and other west of the unfortunate man after he J. flecks the well-known builder
St. Petersburg MaryScott
trip to amount of SIOIlO: against
lu He could Dot this and Henry Hutchlnson ot Ladies Fine.
administratrix of the struck the water. city
const points.Prof
:; Miller W. Miller wlm and It Is said that he made uo Crescent Cltyr: There may be others,
and Mrs. II. E. Wakefield nf estate of the. late John but to the present the name
Pomona were visitors In Palatka owner of the The. Beach suit grows& Miller out of line apartneiship outcry.Searching parties were made up a.Mice above up mentioned are 'all that the ) Skirts. 1m LOW CUT SHOES

1 \Vfilnesday. steamers. formerly existing be- nnd each of them was equippedwith New. has heard mentioned In con- i

Mrs. J. P. Wall and daughter of Captain Miller and Mr. Maull) drag lines. The body was discovered iiectlon with this otlloe. I have added to my 1lli(
Putnam Hall. were pleasant visitorsIn tween of Izers. about 2 o'clock Sunday For county treasurer, It Is under- and
stock complete
In the manufacturer a very reduction
the city on Monday. morning a short distance from where stood that H. J. Kennerly will be a will be sold at a
Welaka was represented In Palat the man went down. 'I'he body wa candidate to succeed himself, and so handsome line of 1
I W. L. Cheeves has sold his timber ka on Tuesday by many of Its lead- turned over to Undertaker Uerber fur as at present known ha will be of 20% "
and mill Interests at Fargo, Ua.. and hug citizens, among them being Chan. who prepared it for shipment to Mr. opposed by J. B. Kdmonson the llveryman Ladies' Fine Skirts :
has returned to the city. Greenwood C. S. Packard Dr. W. L'rouse's old home lu Hopklnsvllle, and W. M. Curry the Lemon -

\v. H.Worley a protnlnunt, farmer A. Brewster;, 8. Green, L. J. Mc- Ky., and where his mother resides. street shoe denier. I both in Wool and White I ) _
f' of the Me.Meek section, wan a %'tailor Leod J. W. Eaton Henry Miller Justice Row ton held an inquest For Superintendent of Public InBtructloii wash goods. The Wools
E. Ueeder. Coming on the when the two witnesses It Is known that the pres- '
In the city III In week. and K. LimiTing the day. come in Black and Colors
same boat with them were Messrs. to tha accident testified. sub ent occupant of the ollloe Mr. L. K.
New mm Crews a prominent far. Angler of Georgetown, J. H. Green itantlally as above. They also test!- Tucker, will be a candidate, with the and are of Bummer weight
mer from down the river was a business of Frultland and Postmaster Bray of lied that there were no lights to Inaieate chances favoring the opposition centerlnp goods.' mTY SHOE STORE

visitor In the city yesterday. Nash Un. the presence of the lighter. : on Kev. Mr. .Kites of Mo Our elegant array of ''mm

Edward North commissioner Inaugurateda Ling Hos lltrtlll, who discoveredthe Meekin.
S of the Bout ex-county wick precinct; Miss Hattie Inventory BukyJias sale to last until body testified as to the finding) Judge M T. Coxn will probably } Spring and Summer \.,
special of the body, und Cant. Parsons of have no opoosltlon for the office ot HERBERT CROOK Prop.LMwAMMwAwMwrnn
was a visitor In the city Wednesday. lutb. All summer dress goodsare .
August :5 ,
It Is
stated that of
below their real the schooner lleynolds county JiulK, though course J Millineryshould
t Mrs. JelTrles hits returned from a marked way will find It to lie hail never been required to carry possible that opposition may yet de
pleasant visit with Mrs. J. D, Lane value and the ladles to this elegant lights on the lighters< attached to his velop.: be seen to be ap I}
n' the popular Crescent Bench resort.Mr. I their advantage sea elsewhere. i-essel and that there were none on The sums Is true tu regard to the preciated.Miss .
stock before purchasing at the time of the otlifie of tnx collector, now held by
and Mrs. J. Andrew Shelley A dollar lost Is a !good friend, lost to Saturday night II
over the birth of au impound dollar savedIs ,tccident. Mr. A. S. Wlllard. Kate Lucas
mire rejoicing forever and a day; a
you verdict of whether not MrIlullarJ .
Od.f extend helplnu The Jury rendered a aoildental It Is not known or ,
Aug. a
S son, on Sunday night a friend ready to needed. You can drowning, but reccommendid will have opposition for the

: F. II. VII use. superintendent of hand when most the Inspector olllce of tux assessor, though Mr. J. PalatkaFla. .
that government ,,- "
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dollars purchasing //Ww 1)) -m
by 91
f the Kdgitr kaolin works at 1< dgllr.Willt save a good many / be notified so that theyinay look Into W. Ktraiijjeof Peuiel hits been mentioned 0 \"' : .'," \' )j, .o"H\\\/" 'I'"' Jll'!: ;'' iJ' "" "I Ii''' ,

n prominent visitor In tho city .at..-Miss Buky's.Mr. .. .-... the matter of the schooner's negligence the- nS a possible cnndldate. .> "t'f'1\:::; t.':. --.o'; ,"; :; i',', ';r ',::: :: :;,; ;",,_1'n; :, ;>' < ':<-,,::, '.5

yesterday. In nut having lights on ,

The neighbors and filendu of the Yelverton Marrie-r. lighter. To Bridge the River. Work for Everybody.
The deceased was a young man of I
Price district, near Melrose are Indulging -
Mr. J. H. Yelverton, a leading furniture Hue physique 4I years of nge and Tha bOArd county corn mnlssioumersat 2
in uii old (time Mill fry near
Palatka and one of Afternoon decided -
dealer of a meeting yesterday: }
the horn. of Allen Price today.' of business had been wltlfthe Range Cnmp"nyseverlll bids steel bridgeto Let us know :J i -
the city's beat types young years. He was to have beet to ask for on your : ':1 j
.5 The many friends of Mr. E. C. men was married on Monday married to a Miss Renfrew of Rich span the river at Pttlatka. Bridge j I 1 I! WANTED
: Kelly will be pleased to learn that lot thin week at l\I lntosh. the bride liind. 'I"., In October, and he was builders will be here on the 16th i q a i! hi
she ID recovering from a very severe being Miss Ruby Estelle Thomas the ilited for promotion by his employ Inst., when the commissioners will \ Grocery ; L 1 II I L WANTED
: Itlucsa and will soon be out again. charming and accomplished daughter ; lug company. It Is also stated that hold another meeting und listen to

Mrs. Maurice Lemon spent several of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas be. was the only support of an aged propositions. V A I I Pi WANTED -i irorK
of that place.
the week at Mcintosh mother living In Kentucky. ... I .
days during ,
Mr. and M I rs. Yelverton are spending Wants
"'Ia., where she attended the marriage the honeymoon In the north mind To Remodel Putnam House. 'tj _0 -------_ '------ ---- J
of her brother J. H. Yelverton time to the Jamestown SPECIAL ELECTION ,. & W. A. asked of, )
will devote some I 1C. Merrydny :.t KEKKERLY ifARDWARE. CO. j jDF.ALEItSiN
Mrs. Dr. W. It. Roaenberg has returned exposition.On SEPTEMBER 30th mid were triuntetl by, the council on j and we will be PleaSed to }:
from a visit to (Savannah and their return to this city the latter Tuesday night perinra ion to take I
with her is her niece, Miss FannieTensdile part of the month they will RO: from or remodel the Putnam House jj: furnish you with the :::1 ,

< of Jacksonville who will direct to housekeeping\ lu the new To Decide For or Against the Tha Merrydnys have one or two !j goods obtainable at !urpris:1:::1 i Himtwnre. Stovrit. IM-nvs. Cultliutorx AVntcr '.
mimi. time.I home Mr. Yelverton purchased some before them, one ot 1'or r
r a some pronositlonit "oulcr.H. Ice Cr.nn.'r.e7.el"s. Agent
ten days ago and which he has III- Sale ef Liquors. which{ will probably bn acted on J ingly I low prices. ::3 "
n.-v. J F. !Bell of St. Jamec 1'l.inct Jr. (Implements Oliver1'lowH.
pastor readiness for t
furnished In lessen
ready part Either contemplate a None but First-class! goods
M. E.: church, U ill thin week and atu his bride The home Is the house The board of county commissioner I soon.inur of the 8l/.e of the houne. one of !; ". ,. Atkinn' Sre\>s. Etc..
consequence there will be no service M. S. Brown. made a special order for !S o'clov of Liiinorth j find shelf room here. WeJ 2: :
formerly occupied by which Is I to sell a good portion ] :
at lli. Methodist church nexi Wednesday afternoon to hear tne ::? 1cietz: 1iict5: I"
timid tin .. ,
nnd It
half ship away. want to convince of this
Sunday morning or evening.Mr. petition asking for n upecUl COUIty, you ::J Jg
: otf the north Front : CAsh for mi the
lire, County Commissioners. local option election to decide wnetli. other to cut for l$ Will pay CINTS-HI': ,
and Mrs. John C. Powell)I or er or not the sale of liquor will con street wing and convert the sum so come and see yourself, tJ rlcnii, \VEI.I.-CUHii) VANILLA they can get,
Fermindina have purchased a humid. Tne board of county commission- In Putnan. Into store fronting on Lemon street or phone order in to tJj ,
S HOIIIU I II-room home In Jacksonvlll ers met lu special session on Monday tinue to be permitted Pnrtleg are figuring on both thesi your : 111,1 Mill contlnuo. I(i buy uimd! pay c-mli: for It throughthu :ij J.a

and will move to that city In a few to hear complaints from thos county There Was a full board present am proposition*. j No. 81 and it will receive tjij entire Hiiinir er.Hi'lng .

dll 'K. Mr. Powell's, family formed whose real or personal tax assess quite an aRray of prominent me It Is the purpose of the MesaMMerrvdny [ [j prompt and direful utten- t! i your Vaiilllii mill net the CASH.V "' 11
The kickers (
resided here. meat had been raised. to it-tain enough of th
: trom different parts of the count tion. I \ ., want nothing! but first Quality Vanlllit.
were few number. to give Pnlntka I a tlrstclll98hotel.
the bar of tIe building '
Miss Iit'ln Ferris of Jacksonville. I Is occupied seats
of the bOllrdwl.a
Tho regular meeting .
Free delivery. :::1 "
visitinglisq Georgia Owens. MIsS held on Wednesday, all tbe court room. rj: "
1'l'I'ls and !Miss Owens have appoint- Hon. S. J. Hllburu appeared for .14 THE '
members being present.A
iiittnt to teach school lit CouoanuUroiH the dry campaign committee am How Soldiers Rcduo.
for 10 daycare
bill of t J :JIB'}, per day
read the law governing the call of: The olllce who finds his waist
anil will leave for their post who had broke lelr army L.C.StephensGrocer Co.

of duly today.Kujenn was presented of a Patty by E.: A. Drlggers and sented local, option the elections.which He contalnei then. pre growing renter than his chest thus ... to: Kennedy Hardware .
writes from Colorad ordered, paid.. destroying the symmetry of his unl
Springs that Gay his health U being com was'I'he ferry report for the mont the names of 7b8 electors of the couu' form eats for little\ while nothing but !:S :: Palatka. Florida.' ill 1
than UtlU: signatures more
recovered and he Is I showed that Its earnings! In fares' for ty, more lean meat an I drinks nothing but ho :.t \
l 1'1..1..1)l enjoy- call the ; ;
lug his btay In the mountain district July were $83.15, or *l&, OU less than election.Iliun WUH BCtuallyjieeded to water. Thus ha loses two pounds or sc !::2 KIrby antI Morris Streets ti: ( l-: ; ;:, ; : I

H. says he will return completely; cost of mumaintemm mice.The The board took the petitions li a day. Ho keeps this diet up till be ... : ; ; 1
bond of R. Raymond, Price n" Palatka Florida.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr t!
restored to health. :
county surveyor,for$1.(Mm), with S. J. hand and on motion of CommissloneRogertJ : th has sufficiently diminished himself I': UI' !!UBI W lII'GI1! "J!' TSi!, "15., :SI"! JK(: IE, Ifi.. 'If"Jlh'II! 'S.Mt';; ': 'rmJollll III'III': ''III, '11I1':11I! : ;:a;.,
S Major O. Westcott of Crescen proceeded to canvass mutter, nu a rule, rtf but three or fouidays' Ua
Hllburn and Henry :Strunz' as sureties :
City who Is upending some time I In .and approved.The names. The committee. had thei IIboUrence-nul then be returns ." fr-.
wa presented
Palnlka a guest lit the Kupperbuscl liquor petitions of Chas C). names arranged precincts nnd the to his usual food nll ln. Many army ------ ) YJe f'll--f\.isl '
hoard found It to canvass th. : \ :
European,: restaurant, Is r"covel'llIlffrolll Smith and Thus. M. Ray were pro easy oOlccrs nmnuico by confining themselves I l :
a spell of Illness which Ink sented and the clerk was Instructs list.At to loan uioat for three days lu ;, d j.fjt ." 1 II
II 1111 all\ of last week. the conclusion of (the canvas
up to have the same advertised.The I he election was ordered for MondaySept. the mouth to keel their figures perfect f Quality Your'e After, '- H. O'\.lr'H Ouse
S Col. and Mrs. S. J. Htlbuin HIM following state pension claimwtro New York rre..... ..
llutli. Itemnnmi.mrlImo //I ,
!II Allclllckman .. '
llttlu daughter, Kathleen, left yes approved : 1'8. Mary ---- ". t'o
terd.iy. afternoon for Blowing Rock .., Mrs. "Mary J. Kamsatii, This will bring the election due one for da the; Staling Wax. Singer Sewing, Machine ( i" r,:. I t !

K. C., here they will spend th<. ;Mrs. Etta Adan Anderson H. Y. coming before the year license and III are the. event tha> Scaling wax: la the present form was ilnto Not COIIH'rllcllnn only, for iiunlltv tliu HINtiHIi but. fur up-to hu_ C".' Iii -'T'!!> ,, Z.omp e e

remainder of the healed term. Col Snow, R J. Adams' Samuel, J. the majority vote dry the saloons, oPalatku first Doted In London lu the middle ol )Mt>n I lu tim.. .Ifiul fui )'i.,itr.-nlHutJiiNt !
Jllluurn expects to return the first oHeptembcr. : Vause, R. A. Bryan Jno. M. MaullJolt. v III close permanently thai the sixteenth century A sort of earth a limit ""u.*, limn the n>H(. r.: "\L- ; -Z>::---t... .
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T Million,Jaired I Wtniberly. The IXOKrt( pos.o.ses ililviintilKesnlilfh t _
night. was lined by the ancient Egyptians lu nut know', hut x >
you inuy ..
bond ofV, J. ::
The public :
T. n :Metmill I entertained some 4iladles notary and HMrCraney sealing papers and documents. The Hlt| lH puetmeod| 10 show }.,OU-HUtUUHt) .* ij I the bill. Only ft small -
Bohanan A.
McRae[ with D. *unr.. iii tile 8Mwtn iiiiifhlno I'im.i.ns and you can take a whole s'5mcr fo pixy
I and' gentlemen on Tuesday arternuoii : as sureties was approved Low Cut Shoe Sale. Egyptians placed such earth on the Hiul He know It from top to hotTlutMlViKtt I time and the balance in
on the lawns of the Merrllliomi I Wlllard made his horns of cattto. and upon It was stamp 10m.in.tamism. wo mu...Cm,our 11.11101! ilL It. pu mont required at tho of purchase ,
Tax Assessor The City Shoe Stoma:,; has this weel tNtHecn nt II.t. I suit convetiiencBMy
', the occasion being the dedicatlou they '" small, weekly or monthly pnymonts to your
with the board for pel time Heal of the priest. Thus were
final settlement .
Inaugurated a special sale of low "hU.h""loI i'; 0 K;AKI I"(H, |1T I.rni- i
of his new tennis court-tinTown's I the tax roll of J IH)6) shoes for men women and Identified the cattle to bo used In the rn ..,....... P.tliaku. Klu.. *ho unl I hemjlemtsml : /great success is due largely to the (fact that I guarantee
quarter .. .
End. Lunches were served ordered drawn for I to.h"' >ama niitl .U _'n. tu*
A warrant wee children. 'l'hls Is eaily for such a various sacrifices. Ixmilaa Saturday ,
t'rmflm t lo tour umkm.t-iooI--tYAitul'
in boxes, on the verandah. I $183!: .71 for balance due G F. Bullan cut as Mr. Crook announces but be Review.It or ultgujf. 3 Everything as Represented or Money Refunded. ,J!!

Kupperbusuh. restaurant hui I on tax roll of IMKI.\) deslress the room for.. large new L. V.Jsoltanm. Saleknmsm. a. ('.. 't.toru. St.
just) Installed a gasoline engine foi There were several petitions t 10< .stuck of fall goods; and in older ti Is a trmxm: with me that no man ClII'''e8Y1I FlorUlu., I'! '/ J')20( Lemon J.
the purpose of keeping the numerous change local roads and these won make It he advertises a :20! per cent was ever written out of a reputatIon] J. H. lelverton I Jr. P uik..Fi, ".
fain uvi-r the tables In motion thinguaranteeing left to the commlssionois of the districts reduction on all the abovu dust but by himself.-Bentley. J

their patrons. :always Many a other cool Improve.place> foi' the In whlcn afternoon roads the are board located.In took. up| shoes.. __ ____ The Wonderful Edison ftvlNll'! '111 '1Jl '15)! !, '1m 1LtIIi:' 1 iII'' UlJ,1 idE !::1:"IJIlmI;; ,.:JI1I.Il1Et:.,,1ElliJJnIIrll'lI/ '1IIi.")JIL JII';E'_

iiientH are ,also being made in this the petition for a "wet or dry" eleo Mr. Crook Retires. Argo Red Salmon comes from the .. ---
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popular place and the entire room U tlon, which was called for the /Hutl: Icy waters of Bering Sea Alaska. SpecIal$
to lit* newly papered and decorated I of September.:' The board deslgnated Herbert Crook for the past four Deep red In color delicious flavor. Phonograph Offer See our Magnificent line of
the Palatka News as the paper to years malinger of the I. M. Meyer
Tinbond trustees met with tlm.city I the election call and list of
publish I company's clothing store has ten. ;!;
council nt a recess meeting 01AVednetfdny Inspectors and clerks, and these will dered his reslgnatlun with that company Higli-GradG Furniture Carpets
'. night to discuss thtmitit appear next week. They were up In order that lie may gle( hit
>-r of paving. An ordinance re- pointed at this meeting. full time to his own business-tin New Stock I '
nulling Lemon street from Water tt City Slice Store. The resignation ;1 Hugs Lamps and Crockery-
Twelfth Main, street to Lemon and'atei street streeifrom to buCnved Big Clearance Sale. takes ellect on the 14th lust. } Garden Seeds .
Mr. Crook desires the News to
anythmel The IVicc are RIGHT.
1 with vitilfled brick 111 probn-
The Earnest Company devotes 11 he ID thankful to the people of
drafted. whole page In this Issue of the NeWs ( and for their liberal ,'
city county sup- for '
Two, Important changes In the legalfrarnrnltv to a bile clearancH sale of their dry noit of the store dlll"ll1lthe years ol Fall Planting. hem- / I4PT. M. R. RYAN.HOUJSS= L! NLE. !!';
of 'I'IImplwill occur thinweek. goods stock every article of which his management, nnd that he will

U"n. Robert ''". nll..ls111 has been reduced In price.A always be pleased to see his old Our price are 113 low PALATKA FLORIDA.PALATKA. .
nu time. 10th of August enter Into great many sample prices are friends at the siloS store, whether ,
partnership with Col. Mart B MIICfarlane. given but only a small part could be they want shoes or not, though he is I as seeds of equal high

S has been. for Kenneth a long time I. McKay the partner who noted.and The should reduction result In Is a on big everything trade- free children.to say he that has as for fine men. un ladles array and of quality can lie sold. I( ::..:....:....-==;=...:.-=-==---..:..+=' --'-=-+E

of ('ol. :\ farlane. will unite with for this wide awake company. The footgear us can be fOIl'Jllln tho city.It We handle absolutely An ouTer open to any rnnronnlbla Party =' ;) e::=-
Col. John P. Wall In the practice of smile begins tomorrow and will continue Is not knowu bather the. I. M. I won 1.1 mike to put.n KtlUnti ('..,*,,..'..ph ::E 'U tno.tIl.:: ::: :l. :b..o.rtC.o.OY: : :
lu every .'l llliy
the profession of law.--t.:, Augustine until the closing of the store Meyer Co. will continue business or nothing that has not puny I will .nip n K.nnln. .:,11. FLORIDA

Uecol'd.Alllnnl. on The Saturday Earnest Aug.company lth. carries a not. ___________ been carefully grownfrom ( ..,m.1-luiuoKrnpl own hoiiiu. on,"4N monvy IIUIIM. lownl 1".0 no Trial* C. U ntiiur 1.Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries, and I.
out-of-town i i "mturnnlilo. Ht my exmmiem' if not Mitliiivtory. i
{ the prominent rremcndom stork of high grade dry If you Want II can of good Salmon An imilluiH Patents.
c-ltlz'-iia of the county who were. hereon .oods, and their special. sales are. ask for Argo. Every: can guarantued. the choiueat f inn UronU: i.nl: variety mime your oliemniui.l,,rdmr: Klie'liouoKrupli i: PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMfOUNOaO.REBH .
Wednesday< Inteiested spectators never marred by any "fake" promises Stock Seed '' n .,Iul. HIHI If.nil.rntory .,''ml. LIS.'
at the meeting of the board, of county or methods. Northern mil Ak. for It on UHV flmot lily itfu: '?: 0\auaM SEED. Agents Mallorr Stammhlp

commissioners on account of the They are boiia flJn Increased Licenses for eed purposes, and Iy 4.00 roek-buttom moNTi price or iiiMiilH.r.you mor semi at ,. pay, "" ;;;....r.:: .ii .:::=.-t

calling of the wet or dry election ,Ni nothlnii' uiil .< sithtIi nrinr free trlul.! I ..
Price, Melrose W. J. council ha* under critical r Prlcmf KilKonUmii Ilium:: ; .m now J nniiI0 i .-- I.-' '-.
were : Allen ; Card ef Thanks. The city dl.cns-I suited to the I most ) ems moiitli. B.II.UII ?,. l51F; :ZtI liD d&.III'
MvIt., Harlem ; J. W. Strange, Pe- lon the adoption nf it new city IIjenseordlnance. i 0 r.i.fl: |> nlul ; 8. E. Tlmmoni. Urandln; Louis ''alutka Presbyterian Church This new ordinance Market and Garden I bums *",1M. HIi I.l.lownViia $u.. per nionJh. Dr.William G. FullerChiropodist
Bohnnan Bannervllle; A. P. De- Pulatka, Fla., Aug. 7, 1907. will b.. similar to the new state law, !:dlMii Itouordit sam muh. The Tax Book of the 'Ity of PnUtkn, I
S. Wolf, Crescent) City, and J. W. Oils- :llr. W. H. Rowfon, mud will permit the dry to collect Trade. IHA8. E. ROWTON. Palatka, Fla. for the "assessment of Taxna for the y&irJ07 i
son of Bostwick. Jacksonville, Fla.luarsirr ine-half HIM amount of the state Eillnon Phonournph DUtrllmtor. are about to bf commenced noil I A ,
license. The new ordinance will notice la hereby given that I will furnlth School
Ensign Paul of the Jacksonvlllihrancli At a meeting of our session last xnct a license tax from several oc- blanks upon which to makiunturna iii Ornduato of llelmonf Sr.u .
of the Salvation Army, spear Hllnd"r' It was moved' seconded and I iiputloiis which have heretoforeAROOARUOARQOARUOARCIO AckermanStewartDrug ArK lied Salmon U (food enough ot their Taxable Property to alt' por.nll, m Chiropody( 711 Hoylaton
Tuesday, In the city securing funds aFrica, that a vote of thanks be bbl.lt..ftxempt. tor limit table. of the rich and cheap applying for same at my omoe In tho u. flostun Titmice.I .
to I\Molot III carrying on the army'smi4siollmlry Htidered to you for your kindness Drug Co. enough for time tablea of the poor. Oily Building.I ('orms, Bunion, In rowliil{

work throughout the and generosity for gratuitously cleanup I will be lu my onUo every .afternoon. i'niils Kibrou.ijrowth, DropiedArch of I the
country. He secured many contributions and renovating church clock. The New. $1.00 ft. year utll' loulook and all day upon Mon.day. and all ailment

some of them liberal. Among ,I f, on behalf of the session heartily KRUO AROO A ROD AROO ARGO I P.llatka Florida. -------.--- ---- --- and Saturdays, nothing pre- human foot treated by paifll51imiethod.
those wliu contributed the larger hank you for Vftur kindness In doing I entlog. .
were the Wilson Cypress( work. And to cleaned aDd NothIng 10 nice for a luncheon or Pi1""1?
amounts he above beg remainfl ArKO BOld Salmon U I J Arlington IloUl. '
lonlo Red Salmon N. BLACK WELL -
I a* Arira .andl ,
Door I
company the Selden Cypress I; Yours sincerely, lacked entirely by machine, not I anlad. WeUnetdnys 8:80 a m to tll l>
J.. & Sons. I J. wl l hu or U City Tax Assessor. I
Company and N. Tllghnmn S. BABSTOW, Clerk. ouchad by band. I .,..---,.........


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