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: April 17, 1908
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
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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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jfW. SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 16. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1908. $1. Per Year..

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Will Address P&lawtkik Murder on? Blind Tiger eases
He Appeals to the 'Great People cf Mrs. Mary Roberta, Mr. D. M.

Hearted People" of Palatka Next Wednesday 'are Numerous.The Corthell Mrs. Helen Franck and

with Some Results.The Night.A spring term of the circuit Miss Hester Fussell were guests of a y
Mrs. L. Nagle one day last week
court for Putnam county wlth'Hon.Jame. .
j two hundred or more people telegram toIhe News from Gen. a T. Wills, circuit Judge presiding Mrs. Nagle served a picnic dinner
who gathered at the Court House W. B Lamar, the brilliant congressman and lion. J. M. Rivers, state at- out delightful doors[ and the ladles reported' a
a Tuoniluy night to hear Uov Urow- from the Third Florida District,, torney as prosecutor, Is grinding: out time.
ard's nddreiiH in the Interests of his announces that he will speak In Pa- Justice In Palatka this Cleric Mr. and Mrs. G. W Hastings of
earidldncy foi the United States: latka next Wednesday night April Joseph Price I Is at home ill, and his Springfield Ohio, have closed their
Senate were at lenab favored with an 2i, at H o'clock. place Is being filled most acceptably home here and gone to Atlanta Gtt, ;
object lesson to his power befoie the 'Ihe meeting will be at the CourtHouse. by his son and deputy Mr. R. Ray where they visit before returning to
people mond Price. Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings
Thn governor was introduced by Congressman Lamar has long been bherlll Howell Is present In person have been spending their winters
Col. S. J. llllburn who eloquently In public life In Florida nnd is too and Is being assisted by his deputies. here. great many years-In fact before -
referred to Limn ns "the most suocess- well known to need special ntlon. The foreman of the grand Jury la it was Interlachen-when a little
ful politician In the state."" He Is the son of Col. Thompson B. Mr. Joseph O. Smith of Penle. settlement here was called Blue
Gov. Broward's address consumed Lamar one of the Confederate war The only civil case heard up to Pond. When we consider that this
s-l. an hour and three-quarters of time heroes of Florida. He was for some Wednesday was that of W. J. Rogers worthy couple Is past the 80 mark "' '
:I .. aud In It lie touched upon many of & Co. vs John M ,Martin assumpslt, we admire their youth In all but the I

: -AI the questions that are tippeimout' $500 and replevin. The verdict was years.
the minds of the people. He did for the plaintiffs "for one bay horseof
Friends will be learn
not Immediately launch his senato m the valua of $170, with no dam- sorry to of
but toj the loss to Joseph Stock and wife of
tcandidaoy, Instead dwelt : ages.
for time his administration 'I'he true bills an Infant daughter. Mrs. Stock In
::11: some upon following have been
: \z- \ or I the office of governor of the found hv the gland jury: recovering rapidly, however.
state, remitting ns he put It, "an' Luke: Broaden, murder In first degree The school closed Tuesday morn- 1,
fJ \ account of his Rtowardxtjlp." Then., InlAnd the teachers have left for
OUR ; ; 5j STYLE caino. (he iinnouncpinent of his sima- Cone rinckney, murder In first respective homes. Irma Baker, Ed.
g tonal vnndidiicy, tognthfr with UnreuduiiH > s degree. Plnckney pleaded guilty to .. Clarlne Fraser May
MERCEDES ; NUMBER why be believed he would maiiHlnughtcr. and plea was accepted Blanche Redding, Erma and Winnie
; be In.. position to uccouipllHh more by the couit. Wylie finishing the 8th grade.
f ; 203 for the btiiiclic of the ppople than. any John Leonard, murder In first degiee -
J jTOE of the other oandldaUH. He would Leonard pleaded guilty to 'Squire Wimberly was" In PalAtka
.' Either murder In this week, "courting, so Mrs. Wlm
lit bii the p opl. senator. or second d"l'r"ewhich\ \ was
Ii the other candidates would, In the accepted by the court. berly aald.WaIter

event of their selection, serve their Lllls GllHHon, James Gllsson and Baker who has a nice position
\. ninllt..re-thu railroad.\ A senator Walter Ledbetter Indicted at the with the R, R. company at
oould not serve two monsters : + full term" for murder In first degree Lakeland was here for a little visit .''
:;. 'Ihe goVeiuor dwelt At some length I x' entered a plea' of not guilty. with friends. Walter was on leaveof
f on time viilun to the airy of Palatktt Robert Webb pleaded guilty to an absence, having had slight nccldent. '
a:, or iv deep i water channel HIM river, Indictment charging carnal Intercourse "
" how such a move would naturally with unmarried female under
a have the opposition of the railroads 18 years of age. In 'another Indict- The cottage In the west end, purchased "'"
4 r g: and of the nccesHlty of the people ment Webb was charged with rape by Mrs Grace Ballou of Cnas. .
having a representative In Washington !I-- lo this the defendant pleaded guilty Hemingway has undergone great
who would look after their Interests. of assault with Intent to rape which changes. Addition of rooms, new .".
"; A Q If they believed he would plea was accepted by the court. roof, a stable and other improvements ..i
and could do this he wanted them to John Johnson was indicted for assault making It one of the cosiest
$ fie a vote for him, nnd he closed an Interesting GEN WILLIAN B. LAMAR with Intent to murder. homes here.

h'f. > address by an appeal to God Candidate for United States Senator.) W. M Roundtree, assault with intent We are glad to Inform B. B. Savageof
f. A D D o9 : to witness hU pledge that In the to murder; pleaded not guilty' New Haven through this medium
\ event of his election he would give 14 years the attorney general or Elijah Baldwin, perjury. that there is no longer danger
a t" e t j hiv full time and talents to the In- Florida and Is now serving his third Aggie Hagnn assault with Intentto of Rev. Mr. Cooper of the M. E. y
,I T S2 teieslsof the people, whose servant term in Congress.Shortly murder; jury found verdict of church becoming a baptist, as the
he would be. after the death of Senator guilty of slmpld assault.J. parsonage now shines forth with a
; : READ THIS GUARANTEE Thete Is no dlKcountlng fact Mallory, Gen, Lamar announced his Ward Jonnson, assault. with Intent complete new roof.
that many in the audience were' candidacy for the U. S. Senate. He to murder.
; For by It you have the makers' positive assurance that absolute. satisfaction' In sympathy with the governor. He had long had, an ambition to serve Cases on Information charging defendants Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rogers of
,); will be yours if you wear ---- was heriitily applauded SB he stepped his state in this exalted place but with selling liquor In a dry Springfield, Mass., who have been
forward to his address, and county were: sr.endlnlthe winter in Havana,
open could not be inducted to announce
t BURT & PACKARD an even heartier npplnusu followedIts during ,the lire of his friend the late t Anna Hamilton, Willie Powers, Cuba Daytona were week end
close. His address wIle a vote Senator Mallory. In fact at the time Robert Champion and John C. Williams guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer,
KORRECT SHAPE SHOES making one and certain astute old of Senator Mallory's death Gen all of Crescent City. Each on their way home.

U..S. P.t. Off. **N Jliv(i time (politicians are today claimingthat : Lamar' was maklnir campaign hI'' pleaded guilty.Matilda Miss Hattie Fraser, who has been,
. 'AR.a. he will get a heavy vote In this his district for renomlnation to Congress Wolfolk pleaded not guilty victim of the mumps has recovered
'! county and that he will be the next The death of Mallory openedthe of selling liquor, but was tried and Is able to be back in the store. ,
RJMEN- senator from Florida. Others, way and he sailed in-though not and convicted.
jwh Our Guarantee equally astute and fully as numer- with undue or unbecoming haute.Gen. John Williams charged with ob- The missionary meeting at the res. y
These snappy Patent"Burrojaps" $ ous, but who refused. to be beguliedby Lamar Is an entertaining and taining money by false pretenses, dence of D. M. Corthell, was well
t g Thli label Ia In every 'Burro- fancy Price 4 what they term the specious, unreasonable at times eloquent speaker and the pleaded guilty, was lectured by the attended and the society feels well
jap" Korrect ekes Shoe. Blucher Oxfords are promises of mi anxious people of this city will undoubtedly court and discharged. paid with their good work.

j. I I I aud"atandii at a Buarantee tbatUl made medium with the popular" candidate whose chief argument give him a grand reception. CbGrt>berlal,,'! Cough Remedy Aids i
a eurrojapa"apperwtllnot :: narrow literBurt & Packard advancement consists In damning
break Uirouwh before the first cedes" toe. A leading railroad und other corporations and Defends Mr. Bullard. Going Him One Bitter. Nature.
sole!.worn through spring and summer style "Limited" othei like appeals to prejudice, while Editor PALATKA NKWS "All" sold the delighted suburban. Medicines that aid nature are always
Jg k:, Jteg.U,3.Put.CMfa : acknowledging that I ho governor : most effectual. ( haraberlaln'a Cough
Buy a Pair Today Une- $5 made friend by his visit, ray he will I will ask you to allow me space Ito } am out near the heart of nature. Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the '
::, In the"""ntDr a 'aurrojupa"Shoe wearing contrary to this not when his urgmnents have been In your paper to say a few words i hi m Within 200 yaids of my house any cough, relieves the lunge, olds expectoration -
if:guarantee. tin mailer from whom these ahoe were pur- subjected to a sober Kecond-thouKht behalf of one whom I know is being! time I can shoot quail." opens the secretions and aids

l" chased them with la ailthorlxed to apace PACKARD&: FIELD 1 analysis. profit so largely In vote,. wronged by false repoils. I promise "That's nothing," said the confirmed nature in restoring the system to a
a new pair. M.k.r. J F They do not, bt iluvu lie amity be to be brief and plain la what I say, healthy condition. Thousands have. is
dweller. "There Is shooting
Gov. Broward WImet at the true snipes lu the gutter within thirty sale by Aokerman-Stowort Drug (lo, s,
r l ::';1. ., 1' train by F. J. Fearnside J. N, Black- It Is currently repotted that Mr. feet of my house most every day."
?' well nnd A. Uslnn mid taken to the Bollard our present assessor, has Then the suburbanite ran for the Send your next grocery order to A.
Not only the k: ArlhigtonHotel. The distinguished nothing In Putnam county I Is not a fifty-flve train.--Cblcagre News. Grainger; finest stock In town.fljyj .

visitor spent the hours before his olllr.elauy: longer etc. etc. KnowIng __ ________ ___ u "
. address meeting the people both at I as they do that they can'G say
I the, hotel and In the back room of anything of him In a truthful way ,j
Mr. Fearnslde's stole.FRANCIS.. that would hurt him they take this
method of course.It .
has been but a. short time since
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I visited Mr. Bullard and I know :
J that be vet keeps house at McMeekln! '
Rev. n.V.. Moore visited over that he owns property there, and
but the best makes of Sunday In .Palatku with his friend, that he has the same right to citizenship : -
'" S. E. L. Moore. as any other tax payer In the
r county and especially those who
The M. K. Sunday school preparing are giving out such reports. I believe -
MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING AND a program for,Easter Sunday.J. : in straight deal. I have

H. Hlckenlooper and family are known Mr. Bullard ever since he
visiting with their neighbors and' came into our county and I am sure
friends for a row days he wants nothing more, and I trust
FURNISHINGS. that the good citizens of Putnam
Misses Lane and Qulggen left county will give him such .a Easter Opening
6 Wednesday for their northern homes. ty vote In the primary as will show

that the people also like clean workIn
A pleasant evening was spent by, campaigning as In other things ,
the folks, Tuesday at the
young '
home of! 1) S. Cannon. Grandlu April 15th 1UOB

Fearnsitle Clothing one ant Misses Anna Moore, Mnrgarnt Miller
and Edna: Browning spent Thursday State Horticultural Society.The .

In Pnlatka with friends. next annual meeting the ..,

T. I). Hlckenlooper has returned to Florida Htnte Horticultural Societywill r
be held In Gainesville, commencing -
Palatka Florida. Waldo to resume his photographicwork on the evening of May 12th

needed, after attention.giving his orange grove and Hth andluth.continuing through the Uth Monday and Tuesday \

Robt. G. Browning has returned The Horticultural Society will
- from Sweetwater Tenn, where he celebrate Its 21st "birthday" at
Gainesville and It 'U hoped the membership -
has attended the Tennessee Military
.c,,,m"m'mmmm,,,' rc Real Estate For Sale.Fine Institute. heri'tofoie.on that date The nil! exceed Gainesville> anything 20th 21st.

( 1 Tucker Win. Moti .and wile have moved people have, promised the membersa ,
; Finley two dwelling house in fine condition on Kirby St. Into 'I'. B. Hlckenlooper's home to good time and the mp..tlulprom.
story ,
of unusual Interest.
look after the tame. lIes to bit one
.ur a nee. Real Estate, y lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. Half The society Is sustained br.an annual :
Court Houao. FttliUka' : and
:: of
::: membership fee
cash! balance at 7 per cent. No Odors In His Cab. each member Is entitled to a copy of

eel. M.-Estate( '* boftldo laundry room, pun- Place." Half Cash. London asked the rahnnui ir be could These reports are valuable to anyone
uloHuttf. ., etc, Barn and out i == known as "Fitzhugh take her to'rrnrulgnrequaro.1 The cabman Interested In the development of The Public
e... Lot xuxlae" \ I..ob.> Mont dohie Palat-
5 miles from able to
locality on HnlghtM. Can :: The Lippincott place on St. Johns River replied "No. mum I can C and I Florida. Whether yon are
might fur below Ua real value == ka mile of river frontage. wouldn't If I could and thc next time attend or not the 1.110 membership
,8ft,-fl-room tiouiio, doHlrnbtoty one wont to ant onions bile 'cml"A fee Is well Invested. Yon not onl'have
, on Emit Ht.hutli roo"'l. =_= Other properties both in the City and Country: for sale on you the Information the report( willgive
hoime --
try ,.but.jlt will give| help to the so. Cordially
urn coiivenlonuua, $,oou. UNZ.
only :::: easy terms. Apply to HENRY S Pair of Them.Chl1rchWhnt' ciety to meet Its necessary expenses.
BlI.-J.ot IVmoofoot,residenoo
loll of the city,only fL.UW.ut) .s that piece of cord Last year it was necessary for some
.B.-10>room,9-ntor hone inn == ,-- -- tied around your linger for Qolbnm- of the members to make a voluntary
able locality} good repair, == : I S ll'I Mv wife put It there to remind me to contribution to enable the society
j )IA of the beat proponl-
a> we .have to olflor. The prl,'apUy == mull n letter Church-Anil did you to pay all Its expenses It Is hoped Invited. .
fl,9t>o-ciub or lnatallmonti mull It? Oolunm-No; Sue forgot togive this year there will be sufficient :
=V_ fund. hand to meet all tlie obligations
ft I -A-room house, 90 acres It to CoiiKrogntlonullHtA on
04 truck land,all under ftmnj ::= ,
ne-hnlt clHnreil now barn, Diamonds Watches and JewelryA ----- If are Interested in the buildIng '
Ins well,a row 11051 and ohlok. == you
Moral mule a ml wagon,and 1 till Will K.pt Murder Soor.t. up of Florida, send $1.00 membership : Music by :.
1 Implement, ueou,."rv" to run == who fee to the Florida State Horticultural I
That the Mrnlltof lime
aura farm. Louutwl on the Ht.m feature has boon 'made of attractive Jewelry at reasonable mini and will never : :
River ten mil.. north of ::::: cost. Taste and quality always-maintained. killed Cnnipbfll( of aieumv uu May It, Society you E. O. ,.
tka. Owner wUlieti to lane l ITuJ:: sbuuld sllll liu, down from regretdoing so.
[ and ; = : Fla.
unite will gas nt it. grant Painter Secretary Jacksonville,
K. of P.
(inoo : father to son u solemn trust among a
: Cost
Cost'Jewelry Moderate Jewelry
o have oth"... Oomd In and : Moderate few ineuilieni. or the Stewiirt clan I Is A Women Tells How tx Relieve
4e. H. Flnley Tucker. == FOR LADIES FOR MEN OIK of tut uiloslll"i of history: Rheumatic Pains. :

IJIIIIIIIIIIIJJ1111111J11IIICVgpIM { gold Broochps. Bangle gold Scarf -Pins, Gold Tl-p mimic tr.,'(i know who I'rnil' that. hat. I have been very great sufferer fromthe
But the scent well Ih..y're konplnirIhe .
Bracelets, Hatplns, Outf Llnh,Silk Fobs.Neoklaoes dreadful disease, rheumatism for anumber :? Orchestra.Opening .
----- hlHhliuxlerH. .refused It to Rob
Purses, Gold of years. I have tried many
Salver Seal Finger lungs,
!JV_9 AOt W IllUIJIIII art Louis Stevcnnmi Amlrew Lang medicines but never not much relief .
Gold Watches, \Vatoh Chain,Canes soy t'.iiil! like William or Pi-lornlne from any of them until two years ago,
lalka Lumber Co.c and Signet Rings, Eto. Umbrellas, Gold Stud.. ").. knows 'I but may not tell." Mr when I bought a bottle of Chamberlala'sFain

,' llackay. the author of this most cam- Balm I found relief before I had .
( Manntactarerd ot OTHER GEMS Plata and Interesting account of the used all of one bottle but kept on applying y
ine and DIAMONDS crime and trial leaves us H little doubtful : It and soon felt like different
Cypress Solitaire and Clustnr Ring' Jlrooohes; Superb Stones whether he Is among tho Initiated woman. Through my advice many of
;\ friends have tried U and can tell TaU
of the finest cutting. "I should be the last," be writes "to my Hours '
: Mouldings, how wonderfully It baa worked.Mos.SARAN : : y
make public a secret that has been so a
." Fined A. Cot, 140 B: New St., Dover,
and Exoluelve CUT GLASS well kept Its antiquity makes It saoved. Del. Chamberlain's Fain Balm la a
___ __ Workmanship
Patterns. ."-Loniloo Spectator. liniment The relief from piiln which
it affords' Is alone worth many times Its to 6. to
and 7 9.
)ugh Dressed
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SN\ITH the Jeweler. cost It makes rest and sleep ponslble :: ,
r"Pine Lumber. Impure blond run you down- For salit by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co _
., '. makes you an easy victim for or. :
1iQI: :I gabble diseases. Burdock Blood Bitten You get the best groceries at lowest .,
end, na your order. purifies the blood-ouras the prloes when you trade with A. ,.

IIiILt, -' 1IYit.i: K t I:! W80R BitgN.1.t'u oaus -builds you up. Grainger at the new" store. .. .., .s


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_ PALATKA NEWS 'a No-WI. Brilliant Call foe County 1 Democratic Primary POLITICAL I

: ..Entered at tb. Palatlta l ; poBtofflcemallabU Wbat Stats Editors are Saying Hall The Milton new Senator of Mnrlannn Hon., Is. William a. grandson May 19 1908. FOB aiiu'a 5M: *-* V. ..:
matter of the leooud Voter.i of !
o.lftOOI'l"O ?
of one of Florida's former governors -' To the : (
OlM*. wan himself a candidate before Under the Call'Slade for Primary election= JnreMvc'ln t : &\ heceme State' I... i|

the last State convention for governor The Stale Democratic Executive Committee Dptt'OiI'hiflK: mrimortn' iitS I '. ,' i ::
Published at Palatka. Fla. on Cov. Broward's Consistency"He has been the our : I I steeled I
Surveyer-Uunernl of bavloa; fixed the date for ntoCiItO 3 :b1" u.1 ropoad '
Friday byRUSSEU.&VICKERS. who I I. truly great, or truly the State Is a business man, dealing, Hrst primary on May JI}. 1908, tbe Doraoorallo tully carry out 1'
In real estate, and a banker. Is of Putnam 201h. 1110'<,
conscientious, carefully refrains from a Executive Committee ,
even tbe appearance Inconsistency man of fine sense but In no wise county hereby issues Its formal call, fora iSr, "" a VOh."f ,
between hla words aDd his acts." brilliant and ae be expresses It "willdo Imary el MIn to be held ou 1Il1ylll), .", ..>t"OI' m.I 0 '
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: Wai.A. RUSSELL 4II.t How does our governor measure his duly II" he sees It" during hlnterm IVOo In each"elect Ion precluct In Pulnam lon'aTtn.'prlin' I.'">t ciitl'-n to"tw

.- -- -- -- up to this Just standard? as beuator.:: Of course he will county, to allow the Uemorratlo v,tore limb 19 ,0. f cloCt'd; I prottilse:
lu his not be is candidate for election to to their choice for tbe following dl.eluraoOI, tImUIttlC5O!
Hon. Robert \V. Da.i. of Tampa gubernatorial campalgt! express Vsry rssmtectfutliy,
'llteratnre'rappeared these words: succeed himself-that murh. we Imagine National tttate and County officer to be w.... '
; U to dellTer an address before the "I most emphatically will not WAS understood before he received voted fur at the November elecl,Ion : D.nooI'lIlO Valets or "', '

Phi Cappa De.U Fraternity of stet grant; these lands, or any of them the appointment.-:Madison 1 United State beuator. To I tile hall, be .a eondlll".e! III the ,, "

' son University at the annual fraternity noc turn over this money (land sale New Enterprise. 1 Representative. In Congreee! Second prirnst' for Rel".nt.'o'n.1'1..1.'its. I

L, banquet. May 22d. And It will proceeds) or any portion of It to the Congressional District. md follow will thtntOCFtIti.0".11) ifelticted' 10
railroads the /Ktate or others but Pedigrees Get Horse Laugh- 9 Justices of the Supreme Court. sponotbllity I .11.11 IlIdl.\'Or t". !
be "a leant of bent '
reaaou and a flow of end .0 tile
save both to tbe people) of Florida. Dear dear. will some of these 1 Governor. duty f.llllrllll" of
can- stMte
soul'' for tba young men who are to "The legislature of the state of lldattH never leave off the ancient 1 Itallroad c<.mml loner. this(ounhy mind the gross A. I ::: :

L hear It.Ipeaklng. Florida has no more power or authority provincIal habit of telling not only I Secretary of Btate. To the < hIts' Cttlmflty.
rn .
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or control over said lands where they were "borned" aud 1 Attorney General. 1nV.3Sy: for.

z :! of the devil and the than any other one hundred men In "r..l.ed." but where their papas and 1 Comptroller. al-piThlnSd'oc. "oKI.lnlll'' h'rlmsty." : :
the. state. nnmlnna also first saw the light of 1 State Treasurer otsit my frionds itt t
i deep sea reminds OS that a position : And now comes Oovernor Broward day. ? That was all right In priml- I tate Superintendent ot Public Instruction. maine stlpport, I enicsored 10 .c..ho

I t midway between these .point of aud, under a legislative grant conveys five times when kissing babies In ": I v hc I': tog tid : I
sod In ,
.' menace U now occupied by those four hundred and lorty-four job iota was also a popular campaign t Commissioner of Agriculture. rest ,urd .lo.nll act
editor chatties of the administrationwho housaud ((444,000)) acre of these sacred fashion, but In this day aud genero- 1 Adjutant General. lntereote tile, .
fr lands to a hated and despised lon Mr. Candidate runs on his own 1 State Chemist. Uounty la 1"tDUlo. i"J U ; \ L
'0 vociferously declared their railroad corporation. And he de nertts strictly and the particularstate 3 Member of the House of Representatives. Voti-re of '

senatorial preference before the unexpected livers to the same corporation. of the county precinct and town To I the re. Democratic "" ,)'.
entrance ot the boss. money arising from the sale of these where his progenitors happened to 1 County Judge. d..18 .ripriaeiil,tlv. In the i

3 sacred lands the sum of one hun- be born cuts 110 Ice with Intelligent 1 Sheriff. uinre in the coming l"lmor."I ;'
Now If Col. Thos J. Appleyard dred and thirty thousand and nine voters Registered pedigrees are all 1 Clerk of Circuit Court. I Iv shall appreciate.wive fiilllifully jour (o "'0,1 > '

1 can secure the support of the pt-ople hundred dollars ($1:111,000): right fur' some purposes-cattle 1 County Assessor of Taxes. nter" What consistency I shows, horse races and price hog I Tax Collector. h".e. :
In the same proportion as he has If the legislature had no more competitions for instance-but whenit 1 County Treasurer. 1.'l\ \ : !I : : : : I .

that of the state papers he wlllbxFlorida' lower, or authority yr control over comes to modern politic, tbe age 1 Supervisor of Registration. FOB CLERK of : ,
these lauds than other hundred live In Is 1 County. Superintendent of Publlo Instructlon. To the liemocruttiC Voter J ''
uext comptroller by the any so brutally practicalthat 1 beg to announce m) olf as a '
1 t
I biggest kind a majority. Col. Ap- men why should Governor tbe candidate who blows about Clerk of the'ircnlt Court for ,
ft Broward deed away to a railroad his ancestors generally gets the 1 County Surveyor: Ihe iirlmarv election ill be huld : r

pleyard would make an Ideal comptroller company under Its legislative grant, hcrse laugh, aud the other fellow 1 Justice. of the Peace la and for tne MM tun. aiiMNm.lalah".Vi mid th If nk nomlnatnd yon" ::::; II :: :li ; :I :: ,
a fact that the newspapers nearly half a million acres of these gets the votes Ancestors are good several districts ho faithful dlchariio of thus' | j ,
#- of tbe state generally recognize. precious lands? things to have, and the right kInd I Constable In and for the several district \ery"- '/ : : :!

And why-2'turn over" to the same are not to be sneezed at, dead or *. :!: 'I :
railroad company more than a quarter alive but tbey count for nothing as 1 County fommlSBliiner Diet. No t. To the Democratic Voter or '
Now that the
American people million of the State's (the PEO campaign I arguments.-Pensacoln 1 County Commissioner Dlst. No 2. I Florida hug to:announce,that I am 1 : : ::r: : : : ]i :
have been assured by Prince Helle PLE'S) money, rightly belonging lu Journal.Americana. I County Commissioner Dlst. No. 3. Clerk of the circuit Court of 'f

de Sagan that he is going to marry the School Fund? 1 County Couimlselouer Dlst. Ni. 4. and will b Uniterm for your. ,

Madam Anna Gould for love rath..rthan Tbe answer I.: So that a part of are known aa a dypentlo people.I 1 County Commissioner Diet. No. 6. "Vf'noailiia'edllml' ; e'eoted I tl : ,,

I for her money, and that aH..rthe this money (all of which [I ..OOOIwae Ttieextonlof multitude lbUdleaae of I ao-cullvd may medicine be Inferred."offered fromthe 1 Member <%>. Board Public Instruction cour.,, prompt. ,i1t.to'dtte 1 *' : :
tied up by litigation In tbe Federal aaa remedy. Ihey are often In tablet form Diet. No. 1. Sincerely : "
wedding It Is their purpose to court) might be released anti and hinet no value except tut palliative the I Member (.n Board Public lostruo HI.11 'I : .
., hike to a quiet suburb of Purls and become t available for expenditure In Immediate eir eu of ttspeps.ls.) ttie man wooUHed thou Diet No. 2. To.iollomoprmio Voters of.I :
them may foe) b.tier.bit 1 I. Barely netting' I to announce mjiolf a :
live In complete retirement they Governor Broward' great drainage: won. They do not touch the real cause of lbs 1 Member Co: Board Public Instruction Clerk ot the circuit (Court for '
; project I dl.......o. II,. 1'1.,,,,,'* Oolden Medical UIMCOV- Dlst. No. 3. the primary election to n held I :
-jtj will be inclined to forgive them. And these lands and this money. cry I.* medlolne vpeolally prepared to cure die- 1 Member National committee. and If.I.e It will be my e'n.
nno of the stomach and of neilon. or the MI .
: retirement of the outfit ores "a.l.
Complete Is rightly and Justly belong to Florida's. nutrition 4 Delegates at large to National Conventlou. I do all '
and li I I. not made toviva<< umiporary bent of my ability lo : : "
what Is wanted most. sacred aud Inviolable dchool Fund. relief but te effect permanent cure.. In c of the people.I Very l
Governor Broward himself has said ninety-eight,, ...ea out of every hundred It 2 Delegates from 2nd Congressional, : r : : : [ Q
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The Peusacolaiournal lays: u\Ve sol-Tallahassee True Democrat. euro perfectly. to 1),. sitU Pierce"pertnanentty.Wr4t. Uulfulo N.. Y.. for free Dlst. to National convention : FOR SUERIFT.To r I; I'' I :: : ,
booklet IIIVln..1I the Iniiredlenu contained In 1 Member State committee. the Democratic Voters of : :
.' gather from the esteemed Tampa Will hi. medlclneu. which ha>c been .o widely wad 5 Presidential Electors. I will' be a candidate. for "" =
History ,
Repeat Itself
for otllce of Sheriff In the coming W.HT."O&I
the pat forty year and the opinion ol ,
Tribune that General Ullchrlst as'a Does a man never know when he eminent n.edl'i."II::: autuurltle Indorsing these 1. A majority vote Is required In the pcclfully lollclt I your Voun. .
l Or. Fierce Otildpn MedicalUlhcovery you forftiet i fa.or '
I consistent local optlonlat/ crack has honors enough? Governor used selection of any candidate. B I
unro trlple-retluod glycerine I Is
'dry' Jokes In 'dry'counties/ and ''wet Broward has lost no time In entering limtead of alcohol to extract the medtctnulvirtue : 2. A second primary shall be beld on To the Democratic Voter of I

Jokes In 'wet' count/el./ Good scheme. the race for tho United !States:: Sen tilmpalrtiil. from In tbe any roots climate.It and. preserve the same June 16. 1908. to select such candidates RhtirtfT.I hereby for announce nomination myitelf at the a*"a I

But between .a steady treatment of ate.Scarcely ua. wont l),. k'ierCeL.aOtO tozlve' away lathe as are not selected< In the first prlraarv. to bo held on May mill 1_. I
: hat the lamented Bryan lest year the copies' his\ Peoples Common 3. That the precinct meetings shall Deputy for over .lx )'onr., I *
wet and dry humor alternating In been put away in the before a-n.e Medical Ad\l 5cr, which here been ranilllnrwlth the dutle of the l ;
L grave for. This book of 1 be held at 10 o'clock a. m.. for selectinga ,
the Governor applied <*M pesos la sins I. If eloi'ted. will carry out the I
quick succession we fear that the addresses a letter to free on receipt of"1 oiio-eent*lanip. lo pay onpens. member of tbe executive committee lu polble. I am, Your, very r<** (
general' temperature may get out of the people lie claims to be run of n..111111onl)''. Addntw lr. If. V.l'l.re..llua.lo country precincts. The primary ectlou a.1 | I
to take N.' Y. |
iintr up work left unfinished ,
To the neuiiH-ratlc Voter or
shall be hold from 8 o'clock a m. until ;
order and possibly he may catch his -- '
by Senator: Bryan. I hereby nnnounce to you
f political death of cold." Already he has established his sundown and the precinct meetings at 7 dldnti) for tho otllcu or g
po ALBERT. QILCHRIST. p. m In tbe city of Pnlallta and Palatka 4 rotimv,*tilil"ct to tliu nrtlon ,
litical headquarters In Jacksonville. Heights to select committeemen. Domocrutlu l prlmttrv. If .. l I I : :: :
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Florida merchants will be Inter- Lust Saturday ha appeared on the myiuirtovVBiyoterto(lilt | I
..tUIDat a political gathering and Candidate for Governor of Florida 4. The officer of the e'ectlon shall b.. etitly perform the Uutle or II.! "
.1 ested to know that the Bepner Line spoke lu the Interest of his caudl three Inspectors and a clerk, who shall untiring enoriry. C\,.' I : :: :! ; ::: i

baa extended Its sailing vessel dacy. receive |1.CO p.T day. Should: either Intorlacbon. Flu., Miir.4th. J JJ J

i freight service from New York to What shall we say? We see his. person so appointed fall to appear at tbe To Mr Fellow Tiemocrnt of :I
tory repeating Itself. He Is thefirst polls to poiform his duties for fifteen I tuilte title methoil of
Jacksonville and promises to not ,
curry .
a for tun office of
elected minutes: after tbe time to open then the vou.ldut
man to the cilia.of .
high |
freight for about 40 per cent less that Insi. ector or inspectors present hall fill M' ruiipectrully ,
Governor who has become me can port In tho ponilnu "
current rate.*. 'I'he average passage illdate for the United States Senate, the vacancy from tbe bjstaudors. Pro 1 urn elected I wIll dlschiirwo (
ri. vliled no candidate shall be an Inspector theotnce without fear or ,\'0'
of sailing vessels between Nee and pushed his political Interest 1 to urn nfl tliucli economy for .
York and Jacksonville Is from eight while exercising.: the executive functions. ; 5. Those, and only those persons shall potMtblu. Tliiiitkiniyou In \ :!
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be permitted to become candidates before ialng>ou cnn do fur mu, 1 nni.Voura
to ten day's. George H. Foster of ,
.,- Governor Perry tried to reach the or to vote at or participate In the truly I. :
Jacksonville is agent for the now same. goal while Governor. Then management of any primary election FOR COL'NTV JU

line. his only field of conflict was before held hy tbe Democratic party In Florida, To the,\omora"ootor or

the assembled legislature.. He did who are white Democratic electors, who 1 hereby nnnounce my .. ,

The arrival of sixty-Ova strikebreakers not hesitate" to stand In the way of.ifloxhain's declare their adherence to the principles tion to tho otnce of County" : :'I:: l r ::
W.I). ambition. A lung and organization of the Democratic County., ubject to the action ,
from New York to take the deadlock ensued.. .Legislation wnltcd national, state and who election to In. held Mny lath, l ,
party- county- the voter of time county. for .
place of Ibe striking street car met while the people paid the bills. are by the laws of use state lawful electors liberal Miipporl In the pant, i ,

) at Pensaoola, precipitated a riot on When both sides saw there was no of the election district lo wbli'b they continuance of that mipport \ I :: \, y: / :

the streets of that city last Friday hope for success, /Sam: Pasco WHO offer to vole, who have paid their pol, prlmRry I'ulittka campaign., Fla., 'eb.' Shitu, 11K8. \
elected as a compromise.Later taxes legally due not less than ten d"ys l
: afternoon and resulted In the utter FOR 8UrERTNTK'J r>KNT
W. !S. Jennings becamiGovernor. before such primary election is held and

defeat of the strike breakers, many To become Governor ota who shall when challenged by an lector To J"r'C''W nf:' :

', of whom were seriously Injured by; great state did not satisfy his ambition pledge In wilting upon oath bi-fore an I\omo..o hereby annoitnco Vo.o.myol a
or patriotism. The noble pee.iSle Inspector honor to abide by and sup re-election to the otllce
the mob of strikers aud their friends. >
ent or I'utilld m ItiNtructlon fur ',
of Florida; hud passed by Myers, port the result of sucb primary and vote vubjuot to the '
The affair got to be so serious that \Mayes Beggn and Milton. native for the nominees thereof. Democrats mary. If ", -le'.d.approaching Kliull., .

. ,the authorities called upon the governor eons, and elevated the young man who will become of age at the time of'' deavored to the pant give

for military aid to keep the from Illinois to the high olllca 01 N. faction machine or ring election shall be allowed to vote at said County.vIces to the educational

peace. Tbe responded by chief magistrate. Ungrateful to the brought him out. He came out as a primaries. Thanking you for your pant I
men who had fought to place him candidate alone and single handed. 6. The Inspectors shall keep a poll: to remainour* very trimly
ending several companies of stat there, he made. campaign for a seat H. will be glad to receive the support list of all persons voting and returu 1- I

troops. In that big Senate: at Washington.Stockton's of the corporations. of the anti- same with the ballots oust" to the secretary FOR TREASURER.Totfio |
: ambition and past political corporations the prohibitionists and nomorlo .or
of the committee on or before II ( .. to .
: Chris. O. CodrinKton; for the past service were not obstacles to his the antl-prohlbltloniits of the local o'clock a m. on Thursday, May 21, lOOf. cordial Support" | thai you hatu
sixteen years editor of the DeLand conscience or ambition William optlonlais the Christians and the At tbe close of tbe pots tboy shall me at the |HIM.|| and to announce \
Sherman Jennings worked the wires J"w.alld of the Gentiles,' the "Pub ov for the olllcMi of Oounty '
News during all of which time he and tbe henna publicly count the ballots cast ana announce aklng 'h"l.UI"'O". promulng .
boys t.) land In the higher and sinners. He would evenaccept tbe result and shall mako a dup. you .hsll never have CUIIM to
has "worked like a hired man" botb place. He failed. the support of the Pharisees. llcate certificate of the result, one of mo jour ; I ,

.. for hi* paper and, as. be puts it, "to< Now Governor Broward has received The corporations cannot do without which shall be retained by tbe clerk and To thoDomocrotlo. S. J ::: :I : ;: I
letters telegrams and heard the people, and the do Volera of :
purify the politics of Voluslacoun- people cannot the otber delivered to the member of tin 1 will hu a caniltdale for the :; :l
a call to try to higher. It without the corporations. Neither ;: :
j gu up
,,' has been to executive committee who shall In person Trvaiuror' I In the approaching 1 pet :
ty, obliged temporarily
mutters not how mucli he must Interfere should be allowed to oppress the, deliver same to the 50cr. of the apprfclate. ).ouru""or. J. K
I I{. t abandon his work owing to a break with the plans of Fletcher other. Capital Is organized, labor committee; and In case of the Inability To ti. ""' Votoraof
Lamar. and Beard. He remembersnot should organize. Ituketlil* mean* or
down of nervous system. Mr. .
of the couimltteman to deliver said will Iw l
returns ciimlidntu
for time
:. how they did personal work to The license tax law licensing each T, ., .
;. Codrington has worked hard wit he shall appoint one of tbs managers u'.rl.the coming, !
put him lu the Governor's chair. little enterprise should be amended greutly apprei-lute' 'h".I.'nl ,
his who shall
I the result that a prosperous business Ibey were all his frlimds. and but In order that taxation should bear as proxy, serve on time of my rrlfiulii, .n.1 fellow clll ,
I has from small for them Bob Davis executive committee on the canvas of .0..b".k.1 who *o Jovully
grown beginnings would not, b.. more evenly. ;
tbe and lu ami '
returns case the committeeman go 'uk a ""' j
practicing law In Tampa but Article XIX of the Constitution .
.' Tbe News trusts that a few month enjoy be not at the election of u.'lr.II'Ior' FHAKK ?'
lug that Tallahassee mansion. provides for Local Option. The present one .. flu.Baird) 4th, IUUN. : :
of rest will restore Air. Codrington the managers shall bring such returns.
What principles did qualified electors TAX AHHK8HOII.
Bryan represent (not the Governor;)
to his old self lie Isn't so much 6 f that Lamar. Beard or Fletcher approve or veto constitutional That la all cases where a vote la challenged I Iohv, onnmmumm'e as a ,

a "political/ reformer" but hu'. a will not .advocate Surely there are amendments., He. Is not on the"recently the managers shall decide as to 01.. of'inc A'.ur ul.1 tick l I
same and If said vote shall be refused u'IY frl.I.I.Ih"Uommmlmlg "
4 whale when It commt to getting out a some mighty matters to Induce Nn- constructed bnnd wagon." the party so offering to vote shall have Of 10.1.m.h't'n.I.' .., I ;
poleon Broward to enter the race at He commenced life working, In all tor punt favor K"i|,> t E '
? newspaper.OveratHaatfngeightmiies. this late day. We shall wait to hear Quincy, 'Iorldll./lt n salary $16.00 the right to appeal to the executivecommittee. U. F.
and allowed to be the To the I IE
his .tatemeDt.Vll1 he win, or meet per month and boarded himself. Hi cast lliiitiocrntlc Votora of
east his Waterloo Time will tell. tins himself been n hard working party challenging the name shall nave a Iii"iinl'"t'} JB""x!
slrulllai rlubt of t.
and In all ,
of Palatka, the farmers are engage From appeal cases
our presentstandpolnt we do struggling man and he knows what it 1J.'tmtu'rstl.prlmury on : [ E
where Such .
In harvesting a crop of white potatoes not take to these Governors going means In others. He has never mar. an appeal Is made the disputed I am ruriiiI'll with jour.ulllor.| ; .

conservatively estimated at ..rter..the Senate while engaged to ned, he has always had obligations. be sealed ballot In shall, without examination, rulrly thenomliiutlon, : untl: 'do the I right will nt: nil: I 1
a separate envelope and the }
do our work. Is it right to take our His life has been spent more Inthoughtful Your r.. !"
125,000 barrels and the first shipments time for his campaign?-DeSoto consideration of other name of the person" offering to vote together J..IB :

of which went forward on County News.In people than of hhns lf. He feels with the objections offered thereto .. J. N Bu"&war rODI

- I Z, Tuesday. In addition, there Is a sure he will bo elected "If ho get endorsed thereon and returned to R want to ConvmtceyuUOiso
the committee with
, stretch of country on the east Bide of a recent address at Gainesville,. to enough trade votes oil single" He does otnoe.not There propose la. and return. for foal decision.other ballots come and gee for you''

the tit. Johns river in Putnam coat according to the Sun of that city honor In being Governor. If It IH 7. Bald election hall bd by ballots i or, phone your ordef i Pg

., ty from San Mateo to Federal Uov. Broward said that "there were tainted with dishonor he does not furnished by this committee. containingthe No. 84 and it will

': Points where the farmers are also several laws he desired to have enacted want the ottlce. V names of all persons to be voted for LEADING f
who furnish their names to secretary 01 prompt and careful i
engaged In digging ,and shipping before he retired from the On. the committee on or befoin Apt II 20th. i

a these tubers for which they receJve gubernatorial chair and as be "'OIlf"nrful "Docs bo enjoy funny Sided.stories 1908.) The return of said election shall j tion.Free
: an average of at least $4 per barrel. that the state might not haveas Tee; when be tell. them." be canvassed by this committee Thursday CANDIDATE delivery
'I -Houston
And yet we are occasionally asked good a legislature for several, Post. :May 21, 1U08, at 1 o'clock p. m. tA u

.: If farming can be made to pay In years to come as the present one, I If 8. send The to secretary tbe executive of the committeeman eomnmittaeihall g L. C
Florida. he deemed It necessary he would She Did Not Fear Death.An for each precinct, In due time bal FORUNITED .

t call the legislature; In special session. lots blanks, poll Hats and ceitlQcates of
The eec'ntl adventtsta are not the old lady on her seventy-third returns and said committeeman shell .
The Sun Grocer
to think
p only people who have the gift of seems that birthday once said, "I do not mind deliver them to the Inspectors at polls at U
"If the governor is shut out for the getting old and I do not feardeath time of opening same. Candidates u

., prophecy. Attheworld'sconterence senate in tbe first primary ,the peo. but I live In constant dread of paralv wishing their names on thu ballots shall a J Kirby and Morris Itr
chnrcb in Salt Lake "
of the Mormon ls.
pie expect : pay to the secretary of this committee
may an early
: City last Sunday Elder Wright, who the legislature." conveningof "For some time I have been want- by noon of April 20, 1908, the following !I Pal atka, Florida:

stands next In authority to the presidency lag to tell you of the great good yourwond..rfullloRII'S sum: Clerk circuit court, .00 ; Sheriff STATES ',
:! Lluluienr. Is doing (50 ; County Judge $3O
in the church received the Go,. Broward I. making! a whirl here" writes Mr. Jntues F. Aber. of Public Instruction,$40; ;Superintendent Tax Collector CCII.CCrccc r

'gift of tongues" and uttered in a wind campaign of the state stud nfthy of Hut her ford College, N ti. .35 ; Tax. AIIB..o sor. $J5 ; Treasurer $35 ,

strange language-so strange tljat 1 It there Is no denying the fact that he "In fact, all your remedies are doing Members Legislature $15; Supervisorof ; SENATOR I Keslac
noble work European
.i had never been uttered before,- I I. gaining friends. He struck Pulatka all. In my, but eight your years'liniment: beats Registration, (10; all minor uOlcers, .
t'i; to defray the
prophecy which he Interpreted as a wltu a promise to secure, If vt Ith mttdiclne\ I find none to go and distributing tbe expense ballot of and printing Furnished Rooom
; no bal
warning to the faithful "that the elected, an appropriation for an 18 ahead of It, having tried It In very lot shall be counted for
any fall.
Is at band wtien calamities shall many ca..... I know of one person Hot and Cold I
time foot channel In the river from Palatka young Ing to pay said fee. Each voter must DUNCAN

come upon the earth, and the faithful : to Jacksonville and tut there man from, .a partial brick yes mason. almost who complete suffered vote In the district la which he Is reg- U. FLETCHER At

mast come from the four part of I U a suspicion In the mind of some \paralysis of one arm. I !got him to istered.That this rule shall be '
posted at each _
tbe earth center together and be people that this Is a matter that Is use your Liniment and now he can polling place. P. J. FE4.BNSIDE: Charles

prepared to meet my ion when be being purposely Ignored by our present do a* much work as ever and besings chairman Dam. Ex. Commlttea, Stands for These
4 Yea thus salth the your praise every dity.. I get J. N. BLACKWELL Principles : Palatka
shall come. representative In the nil Secretary. ra
congress to use It I possibly can and know C".1 of .te..I.le
: spirit upon you In warning voice (Ihl. governor'. promise met with i a there.. l Is great virtue In It. I have I C.er C..re.e.,.at....

day." And yet despite this awful hearty response. This town I Ie helped the- sain of your noble reme Tax Notice. P.vo.Ia5ejese .. hange Election DlstJ j

warning, delivered In an unknown ready to boost the man who In dies about here greatly, and expect Slands T.x "
turn '
'- to CRD8" maiiv morn to them I will be at the places named below for T..UI 0..108. Notice la hmrobjr .I..a 1
e tongue by an apostle with tbe "glfcl will\ help boost Palatka but In thl I know they can't bit buy. as for tbe purpose. of assessing taxe Florida F. ccii fleimefig t- oonly Uounm.iisslmers 5,{a'U
end !
?' tongues," there are men In this promise, a* in the case of other that Pitlutka.! . . April 14th to 23rd Duty eta Egyptj.5.Cotj05. F.i Gw.n. ,KH.oaJa.ed 00.W'I\ rO'

;L tate, yea Jo this county who go have beeu mad (and broken) It I Regulates the bowel, promotes 8n MateQ. . ? ... . .27th 0 V r rniat Approprla4ioii. ; tome also. *o iu th to*-Hou nni>>x lt whOm 1..0..

,), rlghi along monkifyltiB with politics would be well to make some enquiry easy natural movements, cure con- Bust: Palatkn.. . ?. . . smh I.edaud RI,.,. Cast toy Harbor,, rwnbPI. Range 1.t

and other worldly matters when they concerning the probable ability of sflpatlon-Doan's Kvnulets. Ask Orange Mills. . ? . . 21)th Oppoe.4 So Tr.s. Waterwiy. I .l.-Boaraora r coon".O
your druggist for tbem. 26 Federal Point . . ... UenopolL. By om
cent a .uuthQ. Favor. _. Putnam County,11-
houIdb.Iproutictgw1oi. the promisor to deliver the good. box. Csre5, Uelersmi ro
F. BrsuvABD Tax Assessor. --*-; JOBBI-H

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imTmrmw' n,mmmetmrnnmat::! !: When Actors Play to Actors.

Crescent City Hews LAKE.. COMO. "Wbea be (Henry Irving) engaged me 0

Come to us 10 play Ophelia in 1873 bo asked me to
., Mr. and Mrs. E. Loom and Mra. J. down to Birmingham to see the
.. go
----'-- Laces White
for your I Weather Itept -- -- A. McNab have gone to St. Augustlno play and that night I saw what I shall ,
Invitations have been received by to remain over Buster then. goIng -
always consider tile perfection of actIng -
I Mln.for Max for friends here to the marriage of Miss Clovvlnnd to f their Ohio respective, and Paterson, N. In J. It had boon wonderful In I8T4; In Any w mall wantiUK the newest, should see what ':,'

: SpringGarden 1CrUaOufltaltytarnperatre for the wuok end.. Margaret Lee to"ittr.' Edgar Irving 1878 it was far moro wonderful," wrote offer. ; ,'
Mis. Walluun and Mis. B vartl we
A/lflll.lh./ DeWitt ", Ullvn lu ,
at St. Terry McCluie'a. "It Ions been
: a. n5 p. m. Dp, m. 81 hit 84 \\\n Mary's Episcopal guests lit All View Cotttige/ for the
b.t. Saturday.Sunday.;::I' :::,:
Seed tt. 1\10Ildoy.8. m (Wii us II ir morning April 22d. Mr. De. u week, then going to their lespHctlvv my Ophelia his Hamlet 'Improved'I a gem. Let us show them to you. The weather is .',
1. luiMilay,. "., Tl HI71\ Ml\ toe IIOIIIPH lit Mnntcl'ilr N. J, don't think no. He woos always quiteimulepouicbent
: Witt la ,;
remembered here
6. Wodllooday. 7fl tfl lit DM 00 D pleasantly for what offer
and New Yolk City. of the pcoplo Vtith whom just! right we
0. 'Ihumday.. 71 S7J4 75 Ml ""',.
I as an Inmate of the home of Mr. and
I New Stock 10. FrIUuy. ..., 75 wg 1U>4 *l VOK he played. 'Hie Birmingham night he
i Mrs. C. S. dowen his W. I.. 011 ilia was u visitor nt Pulnt- Cre '
during connection know I was there lie played-I it j'
I) witLUMS. Obmimr. ka recently. say The C. H. Preston Co. io2ty: "\
Has Just I __,__, ___ with the Preston-Miller Co. without vanity-for me. Wo players ,
; Mr. and Mrs. George Davidson are not above that weakness. If It bo .:;;
"'''' The state and county registration a .
have returned then'. .
to home at Cleveland -
ArrivtFine I. books for Mils precinct will be open Ohio-'they were guests nt the \venknesn. If e\oi- anything Inspires I
i 1\ Personal and Social. 1\ i ua to do our best It Is tho presence lu ;11 k '
tomorrow and the following Satur Highland Housv. Thuy look the tho uudleuco of follow artist who ________________________________- ,
trip. from Crescent City to Jaclcsonvlllo some .
I e"' "'",,,,. day. They are In charge; of Major J.
by bi,..t. 'I'io cy nut u dimming I moist In the nature of things know t
:!! Stationery and Toilet The regular' once-a-month meetingof L. Burton who makes his headquarters and soolnl young couple cud have moro completely than any one ,vcbnt woIntend $

I the V. I. A. was held last Monday all day on Saturdays at Paul C. many lends i hare who "iHtcrot to have what we do, what we feel Tho

;jj Articles, i afternoon Smith's store. Those who would thrill leiiva. Mm. Davidson Is thuciiughter response from such a member of tile I

i iI vote in the coming state and county of Mr and Ills. Uowaid audience flies across the footlight to
i Special services for Easter will be Gates. MI', Gates iritvnds erecting a ;
us like a flame. I felt It once when I
primary must see that they are
I observed at the Episcopal church prop. lIon home here during the summm1 to
'J erly registered by Saturday the 2ntli bu ready for occupancy( In the fall. played Olivia before ISlcnuora. Duxe. I '
next Sunday anornlu
Lound's Drug Store Inst. It felt that she felt It once when she play S Florida East Coast '
will be too late after that
: A tennis club Is being organized Mrs. Vamleibllt a guest at the ed Marguerite Gander for me."
Highland House for the season has .
( Crescent City Fla. hero and work In /Rood earnest has day.Mrs. returned to her home at New York
: 1 U B. West
who has been a
t begun on the old court in the north Mr. Vanderbilt will return later. In the Vernacular.'

"nWIIIIUllJ1I1I1111I11! i!;mtmnmtmiammrmiim; ,a park. guest for the entire season at Orove Mrs. Vanderbilt Is a very charming The girl bad been three weeks In i t

,! Chas. IJ. Morrow and Robert B. Hall and who has taken such an active lady, and best wishes! are extended the employ of an artistic family, but b i Railway. ,
and for a safe Journey And, an early return -
helpful interest In the social -
Bethel are spending the week W Pal- In the fall. her time had been by no means wasted. '

YiliJiliJiY1fiJiJiliJiJiWe! ! !: atka, where they are serving' as Jurors loft on work Monday of the for Episcopal Hurmnervlllo church, S. Mr. nnd Mrs Joul Jenkins have Her mistress \\'asl'lvloll her Instructions ..: 1.' "417

In the circuit court. as to the dinner. : ,
closed their lovely home and have .
0., where she will spend some weeks ,,
are headquarters for [ 1 Mr. and Mrs. U. S.:' Uowen leave for returned to their summer home at "Don't forget the potatoes" enjoined .
before continuing her Journey to her ,
Montclnlr N. J.
Jacksonville to Easter the lady.
today spend :

Seed Peas and [ i with Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Russell at home in Winchester Mass. Mrs. A number of Comoltes held a picnls "No. ma'am" was the reply. "Will ._ : I
West will be
greatly missed by a
their home lii Rlver ld at the Welaka sulphur springs you havo them In their Jackets or In :' :,,
i large clrclo of friends In Crescent recently. A most delightful time the nood?"-Punch.
Pcanuls. [ i Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Preston entertained City: Was passed away and a sumptuous "
small of friends with fens wns spread which all did justice. "
a party
ti :
Mcintosh Morrow, son of Mr. and They returned home In tho for tomorrow what you can do today. L ,
See us before 1 L j jG.J.Braddock moonlight launch ride on thelakeone If off bottlo of liILI.lard's ,
biiyliifr-,? Mrs C. B. Morrow, left on Monday cool of the evening bringing with you put buying a ,

evening this week., for Port Chester, N. Y., where be them! about all the. "live stock" on Snow Liniment when that pain '
D. winter the place-fleas and red'bmrs-and comes you won't have any, buy a bottle E Schedule ,
Mrs. M. Betts
a popular jNew
| bad been offered a position In the have had a continuous picnic ever today. A positive cure for Itbeumatlsm. j .
guest who has made her winter home '
large mercantile establishment of since. Burns Cuts Sprains Contracted ,

Crescent City 1 with Mrs. Austin left for her homelu lIon. \v tn. Ryan. He went from Muscles, etc., T. S. Graham, Prairie ,;
Maurice Blood Is home
expected Orove, Ark., writes:
Brooklyn N. Y., last Monday. ,Jacksonville via. the Clyde Line to from Fla. wheielie \
this week Eustls "I wish to thank you for the good results '
JiRIiHt Easter service at the Presbyterian New York, and as it is his first trip has been attending school lie I received from Snow Liniment. Effective April 14th

church here Is always made attractive away from his native stare it is prob- has been greatly\ missed and every It positively cured mo of Rheumatism
one will be glad to see his smiling/ after others had failed. Hold by Acker-
with a profusion of flowers and able that he will enjoy the sights.
""'iiIfjgw1 face( again In the village and nt their man-Btewart Drug Co.
a special service for the children He gave a farewell dancing party: to hospitable home.

t M.. H. READ and next Sunday morning will be no his young friends here at V. I. A. _
\\1 A party of twenty-eight enjoyed a Man and PUnts.
exception.Mr. hn.lllaet Friday night. Point which For detailed ,
Piney recently ,
; picnic a 11[. Camilla Saint Snens says: "I do
1.:, REAL ESTATE. Hawkins of Jacksonville Is the The recital given by the young Davidson was given\ before for Mr.their and return Mrs. George home. not pretend to adduce Irrefragable evidence I i

Crescent new local agent of the Beach & Miller ladles composing the Musician club Fishing launch riding and giimta! in support of my theory that

: City, Fla. line. He arrived early last week In the parlor of Grave Hall last Sat. passed away the time delightfully.All man begun his earthly career as a

", and took Immediate charge of the urday called together a large con !good thlng.lncllldlng Ice cream, plant I do maintain however that an

,The Howe property-"Ures- work Mr. Hawkins 1s living at course of people. The News representative were partaken of and thoroughly un- impartial examination of my tpeory Information see theiR ,
Kcenb HII1"-ls now on the mar- joyed| Supper: was also eaten there must allow that my assumption and
Grove Hall. could not be much
present iiid the putty returned home in the I hypotheses are sufficiently plausible to
'keto Capt. Will M. Miller took a partyof to his regret, but he has talked with moonlight, by wagons and launch. be considered justifiable." '

U"\ Particular attention given to j frl nda on his launch to Pal atka several who were, and all unite In :

IjOrescent City property listed last Saturday evening, returning; after saying; that the numbers on the program Ways of the Drtismaksr. Keeps Him High Strung. Ticket Agent.

)..with I me. the circus. Capt. Ernest Nor- were excellently rendered and A curious dressmaking custom Was "The manager always keeps back a

e ft ee rie also took a party on the launch that the occasion was one long to be rovenlcd In n case tried In London. portion of tho villain's salary." !

ilermaid. remembered. This club I is doing a and It would be Interesting to know If "Why does be do that-nfrnlil he'd

.. great and useful work In promoting similar practices prevail elsewhere. A skip" m
.. I. Spencer: Mrs. J. J. Horton has closed her nn interest in muslu the woman ordered a dress from H dressmaker '"No but he always acts his part bet
winter residence and returned to her among niid then refused to pay tile Mil ter when bo's mad.""-!St Louis Olobo-

-Dentist.- ... home is In highly Attleboro esteemed, Mass.by Mrs.the Horton people -- young members people should of have the place every and encour Its on fit-the a very ground common that the excuse dress did among not Democrat. !Ji !JiJiJiJiJiJiJi! ! !JiJi! !JiJi! !JiJi!

at Crescent City and all regret agement. __________ those who have changed Ibolr minds. The Losers. -- - -
Qmc. oa Prospect Street The Town Election.I I The bill vi as for $:;0 for mateilul and "To what do you attribute your success 0
[Crwcent Cltv. Florida her departure.R. .
making and the dressmaker, In defending lu acquiring money? .
1 L. Keunerly candidate. for sher- The annual town election occurredon her charges explained that "Partly to the success of other men _

lt spent some time In town last Tuesday and was hotly contested she bad two establishments one at In lotting go of It," replied tbe great lIt

fat. Johns.River by Daylight- week In the interests of his candi- by the opposing factions. With the Putney and the other ou Manchester financier.( -Philadelphia Ledger. '?l Vf. B. MAULL A. II. MAULL fr

Ucy. From the expressions heard exception of J. W. Cowles for assessor street The dress In question hud been

Beach & Miller Line It Is evident that Mr. Kennerly: willet the entire Borson ticket was made at Putney, but If It bud been Mliguld.d. ;Ii j N\AULL BROSee;
made at the Manchester street estuullBhuient \Minister's Wife-Wake upl There .
a good vote from this precinct. elected by good majorities. The .
f Steamer CRESCENT. she would have charged about are burglars In the house John. Minister /i COMMISSION MERCHANTS ..
following Is the vote
: ,
Darling Varnes continues to recover 173.' although there would have been -Well, what of it? Let them find
slowly but surely from his For Mayor-K. :ISorson 43; G. F no difference whatever In material or I out their mistake themselves.-Christlnn ;#* Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty. .

I IMVM Jacksonville Tuesdays,Thursdays recent severe illness and Is frequent- Sprague 85; Borson'a majority, 8. woikmanshlp. Pi'Ices. sho said l were Register. '

find Saturdays at S SO a. m. for Oreoa Cove, Iy seen now driving into town. ButIt For Aldermen-W. :B. Campbell regulated by locality an,!. although Will .i j 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore, Md. .f/- ,

I,P&Lks, Orenosnt Oily and principal Wai will be some little time yet before 45; L. S. Turner,46; David Dawea.11 Putney Is socially Irreproachable It \ 1.
Ilerlilue the -j Florida Headquarters : CRESCENT CITY w ,
liver when ,
tidugfleurntn,1eave. have a tortld
recovered to fully ; J. D. PIgue 29; O. Newbold, In. not quite equal to Manchester street
be Is sufficiently will ? ,1
help .
only liver regulator you
CrecentoIty on Wednet- 22; 0. H.Jreston 82. The price of a dress Is thcrefoie Indicative a' ,
resume his farm duties. There Is no reason why you shou '
es ,, Fridays and Mondays 7 a.m. $ '
For clerk-Pauru. Smith, 61 ; S. of geographical location rather suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation F ii \ t P- 0
Fjfcoluonvllle wbarf footof tnura Street Miss Lennie Eaton who has been of
and for this side light
: M. LaBree, 2iJ.For'tI'easurerl'aul. than quality Chills and Fever or any liver complaints __ _ ,
[lul phon Sn h. "
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Eatou ou feminine manupis and customs we when Horblnewlll ourejou. F. -

#s5taa!|} wuarf foot of Lemon*tr..*. for the past four months, left for hei O. Smith, 63: may be duly gruteful.-Argonnnt. C. Waite Vtcstvllle. Tie,, wrlies, : "I

--- home In Nova Scotia. last Monday. S, M. LaBree 25. was sick for a month with chills and Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
K For Collector-Wm. two bottles of
H. Fuller, 67. Tholr Fsarn RsaliTed. fever, and after taking
E K Miss Eaton was a most popular young
CLARK Tronic Manager Sold
well and by
For Assessor-B. I. Boardman, 81); statistician discussing Herblne am
A noted English WAS
social circles
in Crescent City
lady Askerman-Stawart Drug flo.Uni.lR.h. .
Jacksonville Fla. J. W. Cowles 81. In New Yoik the statistics of Goes Everywhere
and her departure Is greatly re-
For Marshal. B. Harris, 89; E, marriage-mariluite statistics are his
gretted. J. Harper 83. specialty."The I .
South East and West.
A. B.TORREY. During the potato shipping seasonof --- last statistics." be said, "show "Why don't'" you go to nook North ,

a week-possibly longer--the POMONA NEWS. us one pleasant change one grand 1m- "Work? rejoined Meandering Mike ,
"I.ooli at do thotiHumU, of fellows'
I.dertaker and Emlmlmer.I poor
steamer Crescent will make dally Miss Ethel Morrison after a visitof piovement. Aged men of wealth are '
dut U loukln' fur work an1 feclln miserable Consult the "Purple Folder
no longer marrying beautiful mercenary '0 .
round trips between Palatka and six months with her parents, has ,
I line of Caaketa and Coffins .! vldout' It, Now work ain't lIce
returned to Boston Mass, much to young v.omuu us frequently us
will *
Jacksonville;and Crescent City
to I ain't goln' to butt
epboae the regret of her many friends. they used. lu fact these hideous marriages essnry me. au
be.cut> out. It is to be hoped that In an' reach fur It merely fur do sake
Miss Francis Satur- are becoming lu this country so ,
> the boat'will do a big business durIng day and (Sunday at her home in rare that the ucnspiipcis don hesitate of hll'ln' somothln' to brag about" For detailed information rates schedules and reservations '_ _
Washington Star. ,
the potato shipping season. Hastings. to comment \uiy forcibly upon

scent Transfer Co. Mrs. J. L. Overatreet left on Monday Herbert Fisk has arrived from them. I approve of these cruel com ----- see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on
City Some Famous High Notts.Mcllm. _
morning for her home In Galesburg Cambridge Mass., and will spend ments. They keep such inockolles of
the summer here. The young people marrIage down. In a little town In I I" HliniT, Jenny. Mini n III C: BOYLSTON T. P. A. Jacksonville
of ,
: :;I all trains at Ctasofnt City Juno.o ;, III., greatly to the regret are glad; to have him'back again. fleets last mouth" bo said, "II millionaire alto; clii'lHiliu MISHon. II! lu nlto.Ewiupelfni' .

o 1i ., Night trains by appointment. the people of Crescent City. She Miss; Mercedes Keown of DeLandIs of seventy-nine years man'led n rioiente, U hi alto: Ellen';

4 B. M. LABEEE. Manager. was accompanied on the home trip a guest of her sister, Mrs. (J. A, young and pretty milliner of twenty- Benchitv, C Iwo octnxeu a lien o; To- A. W. FRITOT '
: by her father, Mr. Samuel Brown Knowlton.: two. The local paper printed the nest truzxlnl I, P In iilto; Coo rlottut i Putt I I. I) lu ,;i

who with her. has spent the- entire Joe Tucker has purchased a fine duy this editorial paragraph on the alto: Adcllun Patti, C In iilto! ,

|:! B. HARRIS season at Crescent Inn, cow, and is dally supplying the village matter: -- -,--- Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida

with milk. ., 'Six months ago when -Mr. Blank's A Comparison.
and Mrs.. William Hotchlnson
Mr. George Harman an old resident of venerable wife died, his children and The old Buiillcniaii was \'er' angry or F. A. YAUBOROUOII, Ticket Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
: Barber left for their home In Edgwood/ R. I", Pomona but Hying for the past five grandchildren feared that he would go There could bo no dOllht iibout tbutTUreiitc'iilun ,

CRESCENT CITY. last Monday after a visit of four years in Alabama has returned to crazy over the sad bereavement Their tile other will his 11"'. he Tnlatka, Fla.

months. Crescent City was their again make his home here. fears have now come true.' shouted. "If 1 'our bruin was ,put In u

!tome for many years and their return Mrs. C. A. Knowlton was the delightful mustard seed It would have a* much -

.If.can shop and clean satlsfaofy for the winter season is alwaysa hostess of the ladies after PinaltUs. room, as II IIhl'IIIII'| lu the Atlantic I !
Shave and Hair Cut pua; n- ; noon social last Thursday. A pleas Perjury of
--- -- Place Businessis
fcd. Try me. tf. pleasure to our people and their ant number of ladles was present, rnijurj. besides being one of the Our Only
departure a time of sincere regret. and all enjoyed the afternoon ana oldest of offenses. lu the catalogue of "Ono should always' hrenthe through -
the delicious Ice cream and cake crime has always been very severely the now when asleep., savs n plosl- at address below where we carry in stock a large supply of 4

|tong Private Hospital and Mrs. H. A. Carll and daughters, served at Its close. punished. With the advance of ctvlll- ChILI, I If you awake und Hud your Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill, Edgers, Planers, Shingle Machines,

Mesdiunes Bitch Harrington and Launch parties have been popular sutton however; uendlsh punishments mouth' open. (et np nnil shut It Threshers, in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws, Belting and

San Itarluin.en Williams, entertained most delightfully these moonlight nights. and the have been replaced by more humane if Snpplies.Vrite UI what you want, we can supply yon and save you >, _

at dinner on Sunday Mr. and young folks find it a most enjoyableway still severe penalties In the days of
fni-illty for tha proper trentmimtouro .. C. H. Preston Mr. and Mrs. C. to spend an evening. the Itouinn empire one who committed money. _
of MUHllcal nnd surMloul CON Mrs. any
[trluiil, nnpllanoits, trulnvil nura".. quietSuiidliiiig. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. La- perjury was thrown from a PERFECT HAY. Co.
Hpeulul attention" glvon to 8. Oowen, An Experience Social was held In 1 THE[ r[ f[ 1 W Y. 2kldF1 Malsby
tione, Terms on nppllcutloii. :No. W Bree Mrs. \V. H. Bunker and Mr. the hall Friday night; each one present precipice while the Greeks branded ; ,,. _
bid l Avv Dnytonn) ITla.: contributing a dollar. and telling their falie swearers. It Is Interestingto '
A. KLOVIl II"WF.Pby Pr"s on.
t> O. mid R. Lloyd
: ,loian> In murge how It was earned. Some gave their note that when the tatter embraced 41 S. ForsythSt.
Drs. Johnson and Henson spent experience In verse others In speech, the Christian religion the punishment Scores of Florida CHI/ens" Haio -.
_' Mouduy and Tuesday In Ooula where and all occasioned considerable merriment. was altered to thut of bating the

'n you want a Cool Drink they; went to undergo an examlna- Over thirty dollar. were tongue cut out a sort of punishment Lea rllod It,, Atlanta, Ga. ,.,
taken In, which fund Is for the benefit -
considered to fit the crime
lion; before the state medical board, which was suffer from backache,
dealer for of the church. If you
:: your under the law for In the early centuries. In the middle
: mada necessary There Is only one way to cure It. -- -
Capt. Potter broke the record for countries adopted the
ages some system
_ >ttled Soda all physicians coming Into Florida to flatting last Saturday bringing In of giving the perjurer the punishment The perfect way Is to oure the kidneys A Curious Rssous. Brick For Sale 4

practice, no master, what may have twenty-four fine fish which he gen for the clime be falsely accused A bad back means sick kidneys. Two officers hunting wolves on tbe Georgia

1a by them been their standing; In other states, erously distributed among his another of. Thus If he swore a neighbor Neglect It, urinary troubles follow. Dry mountain III central Servln lost '

Bottling Works. or their credentials.. friend 1 bud committed murder and the Doaa's Kidney Pills are made for kid their way In a fog. After wandering In any desired quantity. Full
City H. S. E. Peck and Miss of them lay Standard Size. Will save in
A. M. Padgntt of Qrandln, a lead- C. Plplar, clmigo was disproved the perjurer only. : for fourteen hours one

i. Flavors-Cool, Refreshing, lug candidate for .representative In Stella Smith were visitors in Pa- would be sentenced to death and the neys B B. Lemons Claarmaker, living at down In the snow and speedily became the brick mason's labor and
latka recently. other penalties, of the peuul code wore Fla unconscious. Ills comrade bound him covered 10 per cent. ,
two or three 1311 Ashley street, Tacoma says : space
Ifigoratiiif- You can get it of the legislature, spent Easter Sunday: will be observed ""exuded for the p..rtlonlar'crime atlegvd. "I used Donn's Kidney Pills and they with cords placed him In ft sitting position Size 21 x 4x8. Pretty red in .

lr' local grocer. If not, .end days here last week Interviewing our here by an appropriate sermon /Sunday cured me of backache and disorder of and then rolled Dim down the color. See me before you ,
citizens. That Mr. Padgett made an morning at 10:30: and In the eve. the kidneys., Two or three times on mountain He glided down the slope at will send !S.
er to ua.JNRY be Easter concert by the children What H* Would Do. purchase, or I you
excellent Impression there can no ning an account of the pain in my back 1 was terrifiC speed and reached the bottom

SCHOOP Prop. doubt from'the expressions heard on and young people which no An Individual' applied to the cab unable to AO to work for several days safely being found an boar later In en samples on application. ,',
dlnllied doubt will prove enjoyable as considerable compauy for a situation. Tbe secretions of the kidneys worn In exhausted condition by a peasant Bricks are side cut and \ ,
all hands. He is a clean cut !: time has been spent In Its and If
Palatka Florida. "Do you know how to drive very bad condition dark la color smooth.L. .
i gentleman; and In everyway preparation. The church will also "les, sir" aVowed! to stand would become) of the

quail lied for this office of honor he be decorated In honor of the occasion "You know thut you must be polite consistency of Jelly. I tried various GOOD JUDOMEMT S. KILLINGS WORTH,
c Proving Rumor of the citizens of by the Flower Committee of remedies taking what seemed like gallons -
a of
seek at the hands with all your passengers?" i Is thom essential choraoterlstlo men
tirIng one of tbe Mardi Cra. fcstlt Putnam county. the O. E. 4 of medicine and I aloo put on planters .. I and woman. Invaluable to good business Hastings, Fla. 10

S i at ew.Orleaaa n couple evidently JUST BECAUSE!: "Ab.lIIt whatwould but nnthlng helped me until I got moo and necessary to house
honest For example
Mrs UIII'. kitchen ..'. Pills the axlvloa. of
The root of D. Kidney upon shows Rood
UJ tug provinces wandered Into one your cough Is only In the throat and you do It you should find In friend of mine and using them according wives. A woman May Manton Patt.ro too Each. "fr
last Friday afternoonand a when she buys White'sCream o
[the numerous little I French reatau caught fire trouble don't think Judgement H.N. BPKY) Pol"t* ,
does! not :you now, your tub n pocketbook containing. to directions they cured me In a for her baby. The By mall 120.
Its. Tha ludy scanned the roeuu.plum's had a good start before dlscovsry. thai It need. no a tentloo. When It has cool short time.'' Vermifuge

entree," she said. "What is Hot prompt' action saved what not hail much of a start la the tlmo to Nothing ut ull I should live ou the. very he-it aio'hers worm Many medicine Indeed ever are the offered sensible to Send your next grocery order to A. _
i !Shell I order It?" i .a few momenta more would have check It. The slightest cough easily iucnme," London Tit-Bits Foe sale by all dealers. Prloo cents. who writ expressing their Grainger; finest stock In town.Chamberlain's .
ber In l leads to Pneumonia Bronchitis and :: .! :.-_ Foster-Mi'burn' Co., Buffalo Mew York, mothers,
Joo bluu, "'Vv! always heard that the have destroyedthe Consumption. A bottle of DallardsIforehound Baby won't sutler five minutes with sole agents for the United States. children which they owe to the -us* of
would Syrup will cur that cough. croup"I' ;yon apply Dr. Thomas'' Kclaetrlo Cough Remedy
kncli eat It. but not for us. 1"bu'dloll' Loomis It Remember the name-Doao's-and White's Cream Vermifuge. Bold by ___
resIJtuo. the drugstore The price puts within reach of all. Oil at onoe. Jt acts like WbwopiMc. Congfc: '
| sirdar ham aDd eggs. Aa *n try'skce 'skermaa.llltewn' Brag Co,. CurM CMti Cfoup
hor.e.-Uarper's. and the ,oatoftlc" Sold by AslterlDaDSwWWPflf; Co. tnnglc. take oo other. /

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broke? hearted If you treated my pro- 1 '"Wflvy' yellow, with little curls I His, Good !,.. It Is quite possible to maoufacturediamonds. ,---

? ortal with such scorn ha t around her face. She was really beau. loss of a famoUs Ii'rench'
]t Obstinacy enld rerently. It Is a curious fact that tho Indeed The Leading Man |In
I tiful" Catherine made very the I
___ When March admitted grudgingly. of the five sense. Is atoned for mnn of science, Moissan

\ Of The prlnc H. rose hurriedly. "Did she have on a gray tailor made, anyone considerable extent by a pronounced large numberl hi. moans ot blR elsele for Sheriff.
the to
Princess. "I think I mast see If tbe princes Wind.Blew. with a hat trimmed with violets and increase In the cOlcicncy of furnace, 11I1 proceSs was to dlltos

: 2Jy Troy .A///son. needs me." j black gauntlet gloves questioned the other ,iouso' Tho result 'In 'OU tithe olve lumps of sugar In molten Iron.b1ertlng ,

"Won't you toll me your name" be older woman rapidly times 5totiisbing.A the solution to enormous

asked, landing with his head uncov- ] -By Virginia Blair. "Yes," Catharine nodded, "but""Ob man who bad lost the sight. of su aol'U. Lump sugar ..ay. be said to

i Copyrighted, 1008, brO.II. SnlilUTo.U' red. "and that, nuj to have the pleasure \ goosle, goosle" said Aunt [ ltt,)'. both trained his hearing until lie pre onslst simply of water and

of Coj3j'rltfutm], 1009, by l.{ O- Paroalln. "It was his sister., Slie's married; and eyes !dlRmolld,1
< <% % v w -i- i >v u>tB( teeing you later in the day? could tell by the sound of hta foOtRtl'JI' It to the C..HO. that the diamond

The "I *ui afraid-I must not," she faltered she was stopping at the Annex and I the sidewalks as he mode his oily crystallized carbon. There

prjncess. stamped her too(as enfuetically "and please, please do not men- "Whew-ew-ewl" went the March called on her that mornIng Jimt us she about on town whether be win In I ho Iy hi graphite

would have(*done.any ordinary person lou that ;you have unit any one here .,Lud. shrieking around corners, roaring was going out to moot him: middle of the walk or at one shill, JiTaiamondtheou.pos.tlou. of 1111, of
"There's u
.' DO earthly I want to be free to hero But, began Catherine, "why dIJn'tho brick l'h1l1'C'OI11 Is
use being born a princess," Iho said. come again I across the open spaces and whirl- tell whether he wall walking punt a wblch la ideutli's Wbl'n
iJ ? "I want my own abe added Innocently. I lug the dust and debris In the middle ma or a friiine, house or u feuw< III' openK7io"hnew : dlRoolved l lu moltl'lI h'oll. graphite III
way occasionally and His face "Did you ever 11'1blm u ell,.lice to
suddenly lost Its doleful of the found In
J never get ltk street Into a mad dance. f orrnod All tin dllllllolld$
A look. Down the block from explain? naked Aunt Kl.ty: "Or did of the town and ISoii.h. Af.Uaro .
The minister opposite directions in what part Brazil. India :
raised both oruoo,.
eyebrows. Just Houil him
you uuv7""I
,"But, :your highness "Would I be much In the way If X came a girl and a man. Tbe girl he was not only by his memory) 01 rondo III much the SiiIlie' mainwr
,1 was sent to l'lIat'IIS
rea refimc'i toll
to him the
< \
happened to be smoking my cigar here was all in brown-trim but by and
son with you." walking skirt, sense of general direction liii't is. by tbe action of great
. ? .i "There's _" when ;you come?" be augmented boy- able furs tan shoes, a smart toque matter, admitted her niece difference In tbe "tones"( of biB footsteps pressure Charcoal formed
no reason In It, she flashed ably.. 'Well, now It's all right and yon can u.-mous
back. "There's but and a chiffon veil tbe ends of which nnd lie walked ubout freely seldom from wood has been biiKed Into dlttnonds. -
anything In live
reason buppy over after.
"Not In the least-If you can getaway were whipped this and that she Into anything or any ami -
1 way as running ; the enormous boat pres-
my being trotted out like ,
a horse to bs from the ". 'It can never be right now said
prince she
said as made her way against the wind. : body Interior cuus ug the
inspected this ,, of the earth's
by concolted person she started down Catherine miserably and Bile told of s ro
the path. The man with hIs back to tho cutting Some one In his presence once called white stone to crystallls- out
merely because he's decided to 1" their eautlful
marry meeting that
On the last morning.
day of the prince' visit blasts, walked rapidly and Just In quostlon his total blindness. distinct from Imlatlon .
"To think of tbe sou of so powerful Aunt Kitty listened Vlthough artlfldal (
she Into and debuted and L
came the
rose garden a trifle as tbe girl was within a few steps of "Which eye do you think I can see have been mild" for
throne diamonds
a being called a peroi" The but finally she said, "Suppose we toIIl11rllold' ti )
earlier he woe there, just as she him the mad. March wind blew go "
minister's so bard with? be naked! the skeptic. tbe cost bas been problb-l
eyes shone through his glasses lad found him for the last for lunch?" s ome time |
three morn- and so strong that she stopped and "The left one of course was been of but
.., blankly dismayed. Ings. Catherine stood up. "Oh do ;you really the'i i live, while the stones have
turned her back to It. that the right' one I"
The reply. "I can see and value.
: princess shrugged her shoulders "You think wewould find blm'she i iiHlguldcnnt size
are leaving this afternoon I qua-
And so sudden was her action that blind." I stand for law nnd order
In a noncommittal i I ,
way; tben she seized bear vered.
she said In greeting. the young man did not have time to In reply tbe blind man merely f tor..n economical KdinliilDtratI
: the minister by both lapels and "Well" aid Fastidious Smok.rs."Did '
continUed wise Aunt
"And Kitty "I
I am to leave
without knowing out of the all the offices
get way. opened his penknife nnd tapped the I member that; I the people hn
her argument. 0 minister who V think we might. tie not be know asked one
your name? be asked gloomily.. The may eating you
girl gave a little shriek in the left with the little blade. I give.
Is not plenipotentiary. If feel too The much but habit will make him." eye In tbe hotel lobby "that an
you f
princess' eyes were wistful. o a group I believe In .
i moment of collision. Ha put out his It was a glass eye. standing\ I h.
badly about not being able to reason "It's best to let It remain simply-an hand to steady her. And when they came to tbo sixth I I I Indian Is much more fastidious than a convictions, which should nlwi

1 with me remember even Napoleon failed : floor of the big store at In the matter of smoking the result of
episode she answered with a reflection "Ob you needn't mind," he told her. they saw tbe white man : careful lnvuttlp!,"
yk once. and maybe two will table at the far end Haw His Place Was Filled. In Montana several Vote for me and I
you go of his despondency."But "It's only mo." of the grill rooma I sow when I was pledge IIIJB,

ri I down into history together. As for I must know-I will know! He She was pink with blushes but she young man who stared blankly out A woll known divine whose theological of their war dances and the councils each and every voter to fait,

v reason"The princess snapped her seized both bar hands and held them said ot the window where the March winds I discourses draw crowded holism I afterward You know they sit In a dl charfre my duty.
"I do
r: slender fingers disrespectfully close to firmly."I "Of haughtily" mind. whistled and sang over the roofs In all the principal cities accepted nil I circle on the ground and pass the pipe Vote for me and you shall lint

the minister's nose and left course be agreed gloomily "I'd "He's invitation to lecture In II small provln'o In silence. cause to believe that your eonfltaa
: the room can't tell you-now, she gasped like to there Aunt Kitty.: said Catherine r good fellowship around
i wipe myself the face of tae cial town but discovered afterward h been mlnplnced.For .
the man. "but If the prince Is to be breathlessly. takes two or three puff _
at the regatta earth if it would do Each man ,
:you any: good.
r The sadden indisposition of the princess next "Then I will leave said Aunt I that he bad a prior engagement on the the to his next
month perhaps I'll be able to "You might st least avoid this block," :you aud then bands pipe U Ul

was an unexpected detail In the see you then. I know our princess is she told him Kitty. "For once I'll chaperon :you In I same date. lie accordingly; ni'ologlwiloud I i neighbor.. But It you notice :you will

: preparations for receiving the royal going./ He looked spIrIt." offered to make good any loss tin P see that in the whole circuit which It
about him. .
,, ,;.n tf visitor wbo arrived the next day.. Tbe gloominess lifted from his face. "I beg your pardon" be said. "1 The young man at the far table bad' society might Incur through his dcllnqiieucy. makes the mouthpiece is never wet the BestWOOD

Bhe awoke when tbe first sunrise "I'll see you-ril' find you-I'll defy suppose it is the effect of long habit eaten nothing but as be drank bis I The red! man merely lays; the end of
crept over tbe sky, yawning from tbe all the POWCM that be-for you!" And that makes me drift this third cup of coffee there came to the I A few way.
1 weariness of having spent twenty-four be suddenly took her in his arms and "Habits may be broken." table a vision as radiant as the mornIng from the secretary ,assuring him that t keeping his mouth partly open draws

hour. trying to be still. Tbe gilt clock kissed her. "Not the habit of love" he said almost and the vision said, "May I have I no harm was done and Inclosing a I a deep breath. Itcmovlng tbe pipe be
handbill which the divine Is
bowed that there were at least two For a moment the princess did nol fiercely. Then his voice took on lunch with you?' nevertired exhales tbe smoke and then perhaps In the

T hours before the palace would awake. stir; then she gave a startled exclamation "Catherine! he in I of reading to his amused friends city,
a tender note. "Catherine" be said whispered as one I ; repents the process but be never puts
She crept out of bed and dressed and slipped from his a dream. "As the Rov. Mr. Is unable to
embrace. "can't tbe mouthpiece Into his mouth in tbe cut length
:you change :your mind and marry any
I stealthily threw a light wrap over her Two days after the departure of the I me?" "And please order things that will be give his' "advertised lecture on 'Con common 'paleface' fashion. It be ii

boulders and went through tbe door prince and his retinue she found bar "I think" she said very clearly "that alee for anniversaries," the vision wenton. science,' announced tho bill "four asked to smoke a peace pipe after a: send your order to(
that led members of the B- minstrel troupe
from her elf
apartments to the well enough to .
to the
BO room be off the end
you are mad-as mad as the March white man wipes
rose garden. She went swiftly toward that the minister considered his own I wind-as mad a. a March hare." "For anniversaries?" He had pulledout i have kindly volunteered to perform of the plpestem where It has been ID W. W. Balnbridge

the summer bouse that was her favorite special den. Her curiosity could no I "And why?" be asked. "Because I her chair and helped her with ber I stead a screamingly laughable farce the previous smoker's mouth."-New

retreat. She stopped on tbe threshold longer be restrained, and the minister love you"V wraps, doing the things that must be entitled -. Any person, who his)C York Times.Inspectors. New Wood Yard,,

and stared at the young man complacently having always proved done bought a ticket for the other enter
wax in her because of
"Because you propose to me at such curious eyes but still I C
I- at Stanton'sFoundry
smoking a cigar on' her own hands could surely be Induced to tell] In a dream."DeeauBltwben. talnment may have it transferred to
strange times and
j pet bench. all he knew about tbe late vIsitors places she cried. this on payment of sixpence extra.- and Clerics of Democratic -
"The last time was In a department we are-married I I

He hurriedly threw away tho cigar Willie talking her glance fell upon a tore just before Christmas when I think It would be-nice-to come here London Taller. Primaries.The ,

and bowed" low before her. "Qood small photograph lying on the tnblo was buying needles and pins." don't you?" stammered the timid voice following Inspectors" And Clerks o!! Phone 40.

morning he said and the princess before ber. Her eyes widened and her, "And you made a pincushion of and now' the vision was rosy with: When Explosives Explode. election' hnve Iwn appointed: bv the (limitnii :

noticed the charm of his voice. "1 breath came faster. my blushes. A popular notion that explosives wtl I nmn Hvcratary of tile Umnorratlo Executive lJDr
heart, he reminded her, "and stuck It liommlttfio of Putnnm county to
Ij scarcely expected any one else to be "Who's that/" she demanded eagerly full of sharp points." And after that tbe March winds, "go oil" by any simple method 1 Is wrve lit the Primary to be held on May Ib'b. JJ'='lI.lI.F

awake so early In the day. I hope I'm stopping the minister In the middle el "No bowled and tore over tbe roofs unheeded wrong. Many of the most Powortuexplosives I luSt
not woman can respect a man, she No. 1,Cronrnnt OUT' -O M Nowlmld. a F'
trespassing. what he considered a well chosen re- by the two happy people who Imaginable may be klckei I Notice to OWUt'
I, aid, "who makes himself ridiculous. had Bpragm, K Barium; John H finbers, olorlc. Property i '
Tbe_ princess was startled, but deter mark. that been about, may be set on fire or may be S
lie crew blmself up sharply. morning buffeted by Its cruel, TNO. Frultlnnd-M Angler' Johafloi
jc ) -y' mined at the expense ox veracity TO ""Don't ;you know?" be asked In astonishment "So that is It be said blasts. shot out of a gun and unless tbe proper J Mulxer.; 8 KOnimoy, shirk Forthebettermentof the fl'

It ? keep the household from learning that "I believe it Is, though the slowly. "Well I, agency fur exploding them la cm- No. it, NorwnlkpJ'. O Pnrtnenter, Joe Joiner I. health of our city, I wish In fuel
the condition of perhaps I deserve It. But you must remember A Boomorsng. wm (am.) Jill unlu, uiurk. attention of property owners I,
throat was not so Orst photograph taken with a" full ployed they will not "go off" and will
! serious that when I first told you thatI "I know a German editor," said No. 4. Woka-W!, A Klrklnnd, R B Mo. follow Inn extracts from an onpassed ,
I41t; as tbe physician had vouched beard. It's tbe prince, your highness, cared for I do no damage. The reason for thin teod W Hullom: H H Bryant clerk. In
you told you In your own open council March
newspaper man "wbo found himself
for."I and he graciously pat his signature on home and asked if I : may be explained by nil Illustration No. flComo-D K Pimonborry' clerk; W''S" 1005, as follows:
might Pr'or'fl
didn't speak one night when the paper was aboutto ; A Ferry, D B Hey.ben.
-er-expect to find any one It for me. Consider n grateful of coal There Is "Sec. 1. When the of P.I
here your father You didn't say 'No,' and go to press without editorial I 0, Pnmonn-J W Tucker, J P Season city
myself hedging for time to create The princess any the.e enough of whut ONO. '
the wo call Its Board
picture In her you wouldn't 'Yes.' And when I may explosive Alvcn; Pratt Berry,clerk. or of Bond Trustet
%( Ideas. "The fact is I have been band, looked at It say What was ho to do? It was too late to thiow 1,000 have Installed and
Intently then gave asked energy/ a pound I Nietuma-F V Owens, Thos Baker completed
rii.L: awake almost all night attending! the- way to a"peal of hysterical laughter you again at the bachelors' cotillon to write any himself too late to have weight through/ a foot of solid steel- Bo1l.\ ; ,,; Wm Bailey I ,clerk system of sewerage heretoCordvd I

I114.; .r-princess, and,when she at last slept which caused the old man to lean over you still let me hope and then any written. Like a flash an Inspiration If only It could liberated. But there No.fl; aim Mateo-B.: R Turner T J Wrtllbt.HNo. for"by ordinance and whl
you wrote the next day tbat I was not W F Bonuro;, J A Crosby, oiurki:
came to him
I and his
slipped Into the rose garden to be her anxiously dipping pen, can be no explosion without now under way of construe,
oxygen .
to visit you again. I couldu't believe 0, East PRI"tkn-J 0' Ooulil Jull,
refreshed by the early morning air." "Shall I ring for one of the maid that he wrote hurriedly: and the cnal In the grate will not burn ,I. J K Phlllpi; 1) Hagnn oierk. is person shall, In thin city, use or

She looked charmingly confused and? your highness?" be asked her perplex "you meant It. I can't believe it 'After caretully reading the editorials faster than the supply of oxygen in tbj.a No. in, Orange Minn-n D Dunoy, Join py or let to be used or occu pie,'

the now. written for the Atkinson, U Ulimioy 'J U Mllllo,... residence, any premises in thh
IYfi. man evidently a most polite young edly. morning's Issue air whli-li teaches It will permit I,. ; olork.
44 fellow declared his Intention lIe laughed bitterly and went on: by four of the ablest and most brilliant No. II. Palatka Hnlght>-O H William, I' fronting or abutting upon Itny'
to leave
her in The princess sat up and wiped her "But If I have lost your respect it I la members of the coal could be furnished all at one A Manila, J U King; B M Kurt,clerk. through which runs .miuri public

undisputed possession of the eyea on a dainty lace handkerchief. hopeless. I shall never again ask our staff we have with enough air to cause its complet No. 11 Ward I. -BIQny.NO Be V er of the city, upon which 1m
vir rose garden. But the you come to the conclusion that they mightbe Is, Mom'ils L&inon J V .
; Walton clerk.
princess was
"No, not Don't ring! I never felt better to marry Catherine." burning it would explode with as great there Is not located A wan ,
me G
IT fond enough of an adventure to misinterpreted by the authorities No 10, Ward I Pnlntka-A plallilP.. II
sweep In violence nx If It much connected with such
my life. I have an inspiration. I "Never?" she faltered. were so dyne Petertnfin.uUirki Wm Ivera, H A Varn .. public RP"
c away a few conventionalities In order and regarded as an attack on tile government mite.-St. Nicholas. "See. a. When the of P.
I don't
want to have a marriage arranged ". No. 14, Ward 0. Pnlatkn H City
"Never be repeated! and for a moment Brown, J A
ML to experience tbe unusual. for me. There Is We ourselves consider them Dear,clerk; Hum Refer, H B K te.. or Its Board of Bond Trustees
"No. no by all no romance he stood looking down at her;; perfectly Innocent but as we have No. ,Ward have Installed and '
r ; mean remain seated. In such no The Sun of I, P"I..tka-J A Grainier 05 oompU<
np sir" abe said seating herself on a procedure. If you will only then with a gesture of despair he went desire to see our newspaper cotiQscated Blind Price, Jr., H Y Know; A KOanuva, ohrk. system of sewerage; heretof.
leave me free until after the regatta ]I on his way. I hare not touched the outline of a No. in, Inierlnt-lion-J I vided for
Wlmbvrly by .
F we have John ordln..nOIt'nnd wh
neighboring bench.
"I not very unwillingly though as
am so selfIsh promise to for star nor the glory of the J KtrU-kluiHl' II' H Woods Jon Matehett
1 Indeed arraage myself a mar She stored after him and started to we think prudently resolved moon, but I olork. ; 10 now under way of construe
nor so unsociable. I Judge to withhold 1'
rlage that will please every: soul In the call hesitated and went believe that Uod has set two lights I Imy In person ShAll in this
slowly the city
k'' sir that you aro connected with our up the articles in question. This No. IT, Monroe IIID W Johnson Thoi uses:
royal visitor's retinue/ country. Give mo freedom for one lit. steps of the great house before which must serve as an apology to our readers mind the greater to rule by du,I' Roundtroe, PAW ulhioe: W A Hobbn:ole,K. tel' closet, earth closet or "rf

The tie month" she coaxed standing before tbey.had stopped. for blank and the lesser by night and by then II MNO. IS. r.lro.e-John Price F' F Jerkins, connected with the sewer, liP'":
hesitated a editorial
man then smiled geni page. '
11'0"0'1.108 'clork.
L : him and placing an eloquently per "Of course I am glad to be rid of I know that I sin able to navigate my, j Humontn-e. premises fronting or abuttlllg
ally. "Imagine this editor's No.
L "Yes you are right. I generally-always snaslve band on each shoulder.He him," she said a half hour later when, secretary telephoned him shock tbe when next bis: life bark as certain of reaching the IMiirshnl 10,Grnnrtln"Hololar-' o;L E Tuckor B Lan...Alton, clerk Brantley any public street sewer.through which runt

looked Into'her eyes helplessly. in pink dressing and she haven as ho who steers by tho North No.SO, Bnoll..rvllle-w
gown slippers A Wllllnmi
lu morning that tbe bad been W J "Sea. 5
fact-accompany the paper con Any
prince vlolutln.
lu his travels." "I shall never be able to Understand talked with Aunt Kitty who always fiscated. star. Perhaps my sun shines not asyours. Bryiin, Aiiron Verne; B KOonwny, clerk I of the person
provisions of Mils
the feminine mind" he said .. The colors that No. SI." Mo.twIck-.T WGIImon n RoglHter
dolefully understood. glorify ,
"Then tell me about him" she broke 'But-but on what ground1 the editor my: L U WllllHinn. ; I) 1'Hancockclerk, shall upon conviction be pUll''

In eagerly "I shall not be able to pta Aunt Kitty: : was a woman of the gasped. world tbe blue of the sky the green No. >22> Francis-W M Cannon, Jose b by a fine not exceeding\ fifty d,

Shooting Stars. world. Brilliant and glowing she had of tile Held, may not correspond exact: Smith. Mnrrlun "Hnilthi K H Untuningoik. or by Imprisonment not p"ce
of 'For malicious .
glimpse him
while he is here and ridicule of tbe No A,
governmental Word B,
Shooting/ stars are not real stars stopped in hor ly with those you delight lu, but l'atfttka-'rios Holil...n: Ed thirty days
M': I must own\ to a certain amount ot'; at on way to some afternoon authorities by the omission they t QrooniH) W Pearce; J L Raukln.clerk ; provided Hint( lit,
all, but are small bodies function. are none the less color to : visions of this ordinance shall
curiosity. concerning him." which the of the editorials.' "-Los Angeles Times."Every ma. The No.24 Ward 8, tkn- B Jofrordi.olk 0
"Upon one condition"-be leaned to- earth runs Into and which are madeso "Why are you glad?" Aunt Kitty de I. sun does nM shine for my physical I Jno Boulu, llubt Cairn. J if Ambrose. ; enforced until six months art'

hot by friction In the atmospherethat manded. "He's a fine fellow." eyes, nor does the lightning Hash nor No.til.Ward 7, Palatka-JH Gaza, clerk completion of the city seweri '
ward her evidently struck with an P.t Pnl..I.. ..... T..... Claunou UwMlngton, M Saucer VI; tern."
they are burned The Pfltherlna's lips do the trees turn In the j B nayis.
up. real wore trombllnir. green
qMJ! idea-"tbat you tell me about the Prln town has Its ; spring No. Ill, Holll.ter-H P
poisoner i If Mc-Tx'n.lon
cessfr' Constancla." stars as those of tbe Dipper are very. "Ob Aunt Kitty," she said "I thought know whore pet : But they have, not therefore ceased to I nor, Ja. M Uhvmior;J M Kellt-y, efark.:H B Tar I. I hereby give notion that theft
you to Bud him will
"A very far away so far that no one be was but I have found him out" said a I Clint any more than tho landscape Is No. JT, Flornhomo-F A I.umpkln now be enforced and t thai,
bargain! she ', a X:
cried and her eyes druggist "Tbese men keep my stock Vlnson,A W Tucker : terms of this ordinance be,
knows- the distance. They are bright "Goodness" asked Aunt Kitty, "what annihilated when you turn your back ; M K! Tubb., clerk must
again. "You take first turn. bodies like our sun, but seem like has be done?" of alkaloid. on the move. There Is a ou it.-Helen Keller In Century. F. J. FRARNSIDE: piled with on or before July 1 1F. 1st,

. You are a visitor you know." demand for tbe pet poisoner. Suppose Lwm- kue., Con H. WILSON, Mao
points of light because they are so far "There is another girl" Catherine T. N. nLAoKWEl2"{ ::; I Fulatkft
He puckered his forehead in a off. As tbe earth your favorite dog breaks hIs back. Fin., March Slat, IUIM
moves about the Bun said slowly.
thoughtful frown. "He's rather a good What a relief then to summon the -
It pet --
frequently meets little bodies. It "Hum!" said
Aunt :
Kitty. "How
natured chap he said at last doubt- poisoner and have tbe animal
iitc fully. Is them moving so fast that when it strikes you find it out?" without pain. Cat. and birds, doits ,.,.,.,.,." ,.

"Pooh! Of course he Is-always has the friction In tho air la very "It was the other day after the cotil and even fish come within tbe .. ."" !
j ..
great,, and usually provo
they are burned lon Catherine ; '
explained. "lIe
up had
t iL his own way and Is never crossed In It ince of the pet poisoner. lIe charges ;;
They seem like moving stars but are told me how he cared for _
me and I
I haven't a doubt, she scoffed."There's usually a dollar
a case. but If .
really only a few miles you are
above In I
us our was really beginning to too and
. where you are wrong," he atmosphere. Sometimes one la so large I thought it would be nice care rich be won't object to charging you $5

." tI: sold energetically. "The king bas as that It comes through the air without And I knew he always to surprliehim. lunched or $10. Some folks In their wills leave I.. Particular I .3''l'l

I1 .,, strong a will _er-as the prince has being wholly burned up and falls on at Marfield's-and-and I thought I'd directions that their pet dogs or cats be I.
and are "
they eternally clashing. the 1f1'ol1nll.-St. Nicholas. go down and have lunch poisoned fearing that the animals

(.. Sbe traded bar first bit of informs and tell him""Well with him- would find life too harsh and sad after
I tioa wltb every Indication of pride in their loving owners' decease Some
Olive Oil and Long Life of all things," ejaculated Auat
itt folks If
, Many have wondered too. they are going away for a f
at the great Kitty "In tbese days of chaperonll""So
: "Strong; wWI The combined long time making -
powers age men attained In Biblical times. An I went," Catherine a tour of tbe world.
of both your king and your princecouldo.t proceeded say-have their pets poisoned Particular f
age of 120 years was not at all Unusual "and all the way downtown I thought
.11wr equal that of our princess. than trust them to servants People.
In those days for how he possibly
T men to attain glad would be and bow I
Ii And temper! You never saw anyone In full possession of their would his careless. Mistaken kindness I call such
I faculties before pour coffee and let him order
: wltb such a fiendish temper," she whispered doings and that I bet. Is what the S
they were gathered the pets
LV confidentially. unto their things be liked, and how In after call it too."Cincinnati I.I. :

fathers. There Is a cause for every. years we would go there and eat lunchon Euquirer."Either" .
"So bad
as that'teobly.. "I-w '
thing. and Is It unreasonable to attribute the anniversary""Of .

heard that abe was quite charming." this long: life In part at least to course" Aunt Kitty and "N.lth.r."

"Oh. I don't deny that she is rather the fact that all these men perhaps ed. sympathis There are two or three things about I.' Send 0 0

V nice to look at, but she she has boxed tbese two words that us next order f
dully freely used olive oil? They lived "And as I went up In'ibe elevator one should remember -
i f' my ears several times," beginning to In the land of the olive and regarded was so happy that people In the first place they should I.' !lg

: take a delight In her creative Imaglna It a. one or tb..lr ......ntt ..pthw hl_._ ''I.'n't. _npa Aft,' _..__ _stared uL but R never be u8ed In- onn..tlnn n____..__ ..'I'k..w _u.v_._ e'C
..I ..,. ..... --- ov. uu n u u A "" "cueu Inot than two
V lags for it gave them-he-ith and sixth, floor I got off and went into the things-as: "It was either I.' we assure t that
He leaned forward and grasped the Tuesday or you will
of not
"lengtb days. -Homeopathic Envoy. grill room and started for the table "either you get
arms of the bench tense with Tuesday
Indlgnotloii. ,
V Wednesday or Thursday "
A Relic of Old Time Hats. by the window where I knew he always was neither ; "It
Tuesday nor Wednesday" I the best
sat-and then.
V "And you have to submit to It! You "It's tuna!, Isn't It, the money we "Was he there" not "neither Tuesday Wednesday nor service obtainable.

fioor-tirtle thing!" his eyes full of com spend for nnaecessarlesT"/ said a Chestnut question. was Aunt I1tty'seager Thursday." Then, either should not be We

migration and admiration. street batter. "Now Just take used In tbe sense of each *'*
he as
"Yes "they
was there.
But take
I V Tint princess put on the first meekly your own derby bat Do you see that another girl with him. And there was walked on, one on either side of the a special pride in
he all
little white bow at was all road." work
submissive air mortal man had everiMt'i the back Inside devotion and she It should be one on "each" our

,', b. her wear. What earthly use la It? It can't be tot was all blushes and Bide of the road. The third a ,

"TVhat could I dor/ plaintivelyTlwr effect because no one ever looks Inside for smiles their. And while they were waiting about the pronuncIation Some caution Is 'i whether it
order he went out per be
'V are times when she is really your bat. But would you buy a back with a bunch of violets and and came son Insist that they should be pronounced a small or large order.

V nlct1 to me." hat without that same little white bow ,I of lilies "l-ther" and "nl-ther! "
valley and ha with
'I I "There's am thing certain." be broke tacked at the back of the lining? I when he gave them to pressed ber." her hand the "1" long But this Is more an af R Would

;r vehemently,. "such a vixen would not !guest not. No sir; the manufacturer "Ob my goodness fectation perhaps than anything else, like to it
has to lay oat for slllc to Aunt Kitty, The best prove to
i", make a desirable wife for tbe prince. .money make "and how did authorities agree that the you.
you manage to
that little bo.... It doesn't amount to see all right
1 don't know that be's too good for that, child?" pronunciation Is "e-ther" and

V V her." she- said defensively don't much for one bat. but when you think "There "ne-ther.-New York World. 1R Latest
was a little Type
by the foun Styles
how hats
care much for tbe prince He's too coiicelled. many a manufacturer turns laIn Lowest Prices.

V, ." out in the course of a year you will Catherine explained, "ana t The P.or York hlr.m.n. :

I "I l hllir your pardon! he exclaimed In agree with me that the aUk used up palms could see but him through the Icreen'of The emblem of Yorkshire 1 18 one of I.' =
be -
astonishment "I never heard How amounts to a pretty Item. The fanny then see tee"And the strangest things In heraldry It is V-- .

on earth could you get such an ideal thing I. that there is a reason for that sbe broke down and sobbed wild. a fly a flea and flitch of bacon.

l bow too. It Is a relic of prehistoric ly with her head lu Aunt Kitty's lap. A Derbyshire
man told
head? be
Into me the m
your "Poor sig
V "Doesn't be go from one_country to days so to speak-that Ie, It bad a use little girlie sold Aunt Kitty nificance of tbat emblem. Maybe News

V another. expectlpg all Ctrl of suitable once In the old days, but in spite of softly There was silence for a moment know it If not, you will be Interested.you R Job Department

his the fact that its use has been abandoned and then all at once Aunt Kitty It is this:
and birth to be trotted out for
laughed in
,,-,, 1' InspectiOn Just Ilk* selecting a neck: long ago> the bow remains. In Catherine a perfect ripple of gayety A fly will drink with anybody Bo I
looked np at her In will 1
the good old day instead of -makingthe amaze a Yorksnlreman.
tier indignantly. "If I were a prlnees $ Russell
bat In graded else "Why what she stammered. A flea &
I would positively enjoy having they were all "Oh girlie" said will bite anybody So will a Vickers Props.
mad one size and a ribbon was run Aunt Kitty, "did Yorksblreman. .
/ film ask roe to marry hlmr'He afIt'
around inside the you say it was tbe day after the cotil A flitch
- from the lining By tying: this of bacon isn't Palatka
/ V could not take his gaze lon?" worth a con. Florida
ribbon or letting it out at the bow In tln.ntal until It'. been
fac. hung.
flossMd. p'loaat Neither
the back the hat could be mad. to fit said Catherine is a Yorkshlremso. _
1 a prince I should b* Detroit Free I
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as the frenzied spectators f'I SOME FUNNY EASTER EGGS. I.Thousands Have Kidney
'groaned and cursed and prayed the I I HAM "
i convent walls swayed In. I I It& rr IIuiiCivty !_! n@] $ EASTER
l ll($ Qtfflna'sSI ( I And at the foot of the cross Tom Curious Coneilta Whloh Any One Can j Trouble and Never Suspect itPrevalanof
Easily Contrive, ot Kidney l>1........ A Kentucky Dilloicy Clasil/ R.latd
Brounan.died for Ills ")%oggle an rim'" < Accompanying& this article! are pictures I A Most people do not realize the alarm'nB to Easter Eggs,

J Jt&itI {t rr -EdIth Herald, Sessions Tupper' In New York ) of four Easter eggs, No. shows & mID increase and remarkable of prevalencyS Eggs suggest bam This gave rise
I the pretty effect of a cabbngo rose kidney probably to the Easter ham of Ken
This Iff obtained by painting the surface kidneydie tucky. However this may be, it Is
f !>. Toin'l In Inckt" said Larry A FALLIBLE CALENDAR. Sunday lu n prison Is of the egg to represent the closely (HROUGH day of Lent, orders most common are the certain that in the Blue Grass State

Finn as ba watched two of JtASTER as one of the great folded petals of a rich rod rose and il On sport Intent diseases i that the>> bam Is as Indispensable to aa

I tho prettiest girls In the How a dourdful of Stones Postponed. the year when there fastening about Its lower end a bunch Dan Cupid fashioned arrows, / they prevail are Easter dinner as turkey to a Christmas
ward salt by the engine house I Prl.et's Easter ... 4s a Ilttlo extra Indulgence in And
of green tissue paper leaves, the long every almost the last dining. All time old families who Lave
've Tool llrennnn} the i In the Greek church every priest Is the way of eating and amusement and points being wired to bold them lu His aim, they say, recognized by fasted and abstained from meat during;

k 'man of hook and hODdoom'l I called n pope This tltlo comes from some relaxation in the usual discipline place about the egg Such eggs are Ha practiced on the aparrowi. patient and physicians Lent, according to the strictest requirements

)+k 1 0, a perfect the old Greek "papas" (father), a term Tbe PI'ISOlolOclals endeavor as for as unique und pretty to adorn the breakfast Now, day of Lent who am-" must have their Easter ham
111 Oil. wjilch In the Latin church possible to make the day a little different tint themiehcl
came to be table ftnstor morning, I plnclng one Myrtllla while It would take an old Kentucky: darky
spent with Hit the
be i dlrll wid Tom!" said Dooley to ; from the usual Sunday though, doctortnff rjflctt, orig
I applied only bishops and finally to In projaota) for adorningA inal iiteatt undermines the system to laitlttto :you Into the mysteries of
i .liriiKgliifc bis brawny shoul'idownrlght I tho btuhflp(\ of Rome alone, The peasants with the bast intentions they cannot costly hat What To Co. Its preparation. But to all taste and

lI., disgust "lie don't of Bulgaria lire mainly of the do much Of splendor that There is comfort in the' knowlrdge so appearance It Is a large sugar cured
111"nnVbllt'" alls him OI dunno Green faith and the village pope Is to Easter Sunday begins for the prisoners She'd Easter often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's bam slashed to the bone and stuffed
Ill\ij\, ii;'iiri'Ils In tho pariah crazy over them what M. le Cure Is tl!.tile devout at about half past 7'when the great wear on morning. Swniup-Root, the great kidney remedy, with all the young vegetables of the

Ip ijth, e3'esllu' he not uotlclu thlml" peasants of France Consequently he prison bell rings and the guards Unlock Thus Cupid and Myrtllla planned fulfills every wish curing rheumatism season, with an elegant garniture of d

_ _|,Wi 1 <(I Sne, always so?" inquired Larry. figures in many of the Bulgarian folklore the cell doors Away down the And tolled and pain In the back of, kidneys the urinary, liver bladder. rings of eggs and herb foliage and

| I< |,was;" returned booby: "Ivor stories and is sometimes even made corridor you beam stamp, stamp, as of 1 through Lent. corrects every part{inability to hold passage.It \atcr( sauced with champagne, served steamIng .

I'QJ '!i ufagglo Harrlgau tuk the veil." tho object of a good nntiii'ed Joke. The an advancing giant Line after line of .n weather and scalding pam in pacing it, or bad hot.

'()' ';'I''; mild Lorry story of how n pope lout his Easter Is black and gray striped figures march Till Easter day.J effects following use of liquor, wine or It is a viand handsome and savory '

if j4, .wore engaged" said Dooley repeated every Lent out on their way to breakfast When, on the beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity enough for a royal table-Washington "

nl' 1It; Bred with himself as a gossip, There was a pope once upon a time Tbe moss room. with Its rows of desk- way of being compelled to go often Post
'rlmrti'Maggle! ) '\ got the vocation. It was who was unablo to read and thereforedid like tables, capable of seating more From ohuroh,! 4 during the day, and to get up many

iI' {fl:UJIIln' Tom, but a v course ha could not know when Easter was to boo than a thousand men looks like an immense they oatne top | times durinthe!\ night.of The mild and The SoaU Santa

,,4'1'';)lO't"'tn'' "' ." Knowing: that his people expected him schoolroom. At the end of each ether. ia the soon extraordinary realized. effect It stands Swamp-Root tbe highest "I found the Scala Santa (holy staircase

:Iii, q uldn't?" said Larry. "Why to know It. bo was greatly disturbedby table is a great pile of bread cut in 3 for its wonderful cures of the most distressing ) most interesting, for certainly It

( u'bhe\: carry her oft?" the fact and confided his trouble to thick slices, beside which stands a And Cupid ) cases. If you need a medicineyou Is the strangest slgbt In the world,,"

1a1'rder. ye dlvll phwatyo bo B1I3'lu'7 a friend, "It Is easy enough" said that keeper. Each man on taking hIs seat 4Q laughed should have the best. Sold by druggists writes a woman who spent lust Easter
:'t1"1J.I\ij'\ bride of heaven she Is It's "man to the pop "Get you a dry finds before him a tin plate containing And aimed a| in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. In Ilotno. "An enormous crowd of both

1Sbaln.4! \ \ nv you OI nui, ya baste No; gourd put aa many pebbles In It as his breakfast pint of coffee, a slice haft You may have a sample bottle" and a sexes, all ages and all ranks, was
tjfaoll'vfam had' tota4lltuttbut there are fast days in Lent and when of breed\ and a knife and fork. If he FOUR' QUAINT) BASTER Eons With skill and CUPID AIMED A book that tells all ascending the staircase on their knees,
wants bread be holds his awftnaaa| BitAtrT. about it,both sent free ',::
li7faI I people begin to fast ..1'01begin throwIng any more up on time folded, white napkin at each mail. Address Dr. 1. :' HH. .., -: kissing each step I saw elegantly
right hand and the at the end of laden j by j ..
guard ,
'W"8I"been, the pebbles one little stone each day plate. No. 2 shows an egg representing (lo Kilmer & Co., Binguamton '" dressed ladles, princesses her majesty
But the dart
ablest rt 01 snl'; I Iow When the last one Is gonoTthe upxt day the table passes It to him. By holding our Idea of a cranky Annt Nan, Found, ,not the hurt N. Y. When Bomao B..mp.Hoot the queen, following Immediately be-

'I_:, ," cenMr would bo Easter sure And, judging long faced and of sour mien. A bit of writing mention this paper and don't bind skin clud countrymen with their
But the of the msld.nl"Ho I
','. ; Ory from the clamor the pebbles make white lawn closely folded to fit the egg headgear make any mistake, bnt remember the snnilaled feet almost in contact with 4

'7/taaltatlvely, z when yon shake the gourd you can also forms her can A largo potato may be hol" she cried name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the faces of tho ladles following All

IItblm / tell the people whether Easter day l Is cut to answer for a shoulder block With saucy pride. the address, Binghamton, N. Y. Good Friday the procession Is kept up.La ) ,

ov tbo far or near," added the adviser. Into which the lower end of the egg "You did It vary neatly Benin Santa la laid to be tho stair

undCl'red The pope thought the Idea excellent fits. This potato foundation must also My hat wa bare. case down which our Lord wall dragged
,,10; come by f.1 and adopted It Immediately. He got a be covered with white lawn. The Your arrow there A PLEA FOR BUNNY. when Pilate bad sentenced him to- be

".1'110 Tom him a fine gourd, counted fifty-five pebbles features are drawn In, first very carefully Becomes It moat completely.." crucified. It was brought frpin Jerusalem -
.: eye he',1 in it, and as the paople"began to tultb the pencil, then painted with The Rabbit, Like Santa Claus I 1. by St Helena as In an adjoin

.,tncourogesthrnllGe feat he commenced to throw out a pebble water colors. But, filled with shame Threatened by Modarniam ing church the true cross is shown, also

every morning as be washed his No. a Is the head of a jolly chappie At wretched aim Now that. certain clubs and organizations brought by St Helena from Jerusalem. f

nuts 011 face. Whatever bo did wherever be whose hat may be of sowed straw or And practice unavailing, are trying to bring about a gen- I ."

,. to thedl"l1w 9TO went, lie carried the gourd along with made of plaited tissue paper. The collar The pretty boy oral veto to serve Banta Claus with I wr

," IBB Di\'II. WID. him. But one evil day tho pope tell Is cut from ordinary white note paper Bereft of joy notice to quit it looks as though the

Ib whIch. 10\11":i! SAID nOOI.EYUI1VAM. asleep and some mischievous man who and a bit of black or gay ribbon forms Before hr stood bwallng.! Easter bunny would ba sent hopping

ervutlan had discovered the secret of the gourd L the necktie This style of Easter egg Thin to his aide after him.There's.

an betook himself to tho bur-- put In It as many more pebbles as it may be made most laughable by paintIng She stepped and orledi something sad in all this attack Free fromAlcohol

of tlie host curt as n relief to the nose at the end very red, the "Cheer upon tbe legends ot childish days. {+
iburged einutlons.I never lips a bright pink, the chocks a trifle silly Cupldl up, you Even tho good old prater, "Now I lay 4

I SIN'.i Was truo. Since the day Tom with his ;pebble throwing business as paler than the lips, the eyes a twin- \ That Love I la mo," which most of ua are sentimental r
tore his manly heurt out In before. Finally tbe great dny came, hung blitclc mil the hair a color usually blind enough to believe can never be Improved

an eternal farewell to the I II' as some one bud read. lu a book, and known ns sandy I've heard I upon Is inveighed against, tbo

II( girl who renounced him for the people and all the children, dressed No. 4 gives an Easter egg In tbe find charge being that one line of It is full Since May, 1908 Ayer's Sar-

Itlou the big fellow had never lu their new clothes, started merrily to form of a very fut baby's face looking That Love I Is only of "tbo bugaboo of death" and the rest saparilla has been entirely free i

same. go to church, when, to everybody'samazement from the fall ruffles of a hood. The stupid."Your of It "too utterly ehlldishl"The
If in
en were like shadows to him. they met their own pastor egg Is turned small cud up, so as to Easter bunny seems harmless* from alcohol. you are

I )vcd one truly, !devotedly, and driving plow and a yoke of 'oxuuafield. give all the roundness to tbo double skillful enough, and the interest of the children poor health, weak, pale nervous u

eon forced to give ber up to i chin'anil fat cheeks Paint n Hh 'wa eye Is so wonderful-tbe anxiety for ask your doctor about taking -

"; He could never love another. J "'Father Pope" exclaimed they, "do DUETS ARE HEARD ter colors the eyes, wide open, a baby Did aim awry, fear that some stupid- grownup may this non-alcoholic tonic and

,; 'tllver noticed women. Lie slm.plfol. you mean to plow on Easter day?" blue, the cheeks and chin delicate pink I 'Tie true, but come along and shut the window down If he has better
t about bls business of saving "Easter day!" quotU he while shaking up his plate or cup he can get more and tbe hair flaxen Pick out long what of that, tight Instead of leaving the necessary. alterative. a

tlr r,m and lives us If there were vigorously his gourd< "Listen to coffee or whatever there may be tor lashes about the wide open eyes with n sir? crack for the bunny to hoop In medicine take his. Get the best

t B tio _else in the universe for a big, tbe clutter of this accursed squash and breakfast Waste 13 avoided but no black load pencil. If you were through, and the breathless rush to always. This is our advice.
; ;!\' man need go away from the table unsatisfied.
Inspect the nests which have been so
tmoilaome athletic fellow, tbero'be mart
: then toll me If any hope for
'.' i After a busy quarter of an Morn "MY HEinT is in SIT mysteriously built In odd coruel'Bl! W'publiaiU ou*formula
;. iu'.n You'd know
Qft hour tbe keeper lu charge of the first W. b\nlfl 1oohol
. \ souse bo rode Surely no sun Easter Is EASTER UAT, ern) heart Wonderful eggs are In those nests- j. ... .
@bglna ; as tempestuously next! -Chicago Tribune.An upon an day A II' ""om. adiaia.erwtgnmlt
tbrougb ''I,the crowded streets, as be i company knocks on the table, and the half so fine n sight in any part of the I Is In my Easier hat, skin pink and lavender blue and red, wltb ; you todootov
men In, his charge, some fifty or sixty, "ou,
, chocolate for the best of all and a gen-
9uGbt'' the flames ho repeated to hIm. Indian Passion Play. world us In Roma Tho relief is so
,;;}:Melfrtllm:, last words bo bad said to his A remarkable Easter celebration is rise at once and form Into line, each Intense after the realistic scenes of And Cupid emiled, erous lot of little sugar eggs, the kind
carrying his knife and fork in his hand. With joy beguiled, that aro speckled all over, Oiling lu I A sluggish liver means a coated tongue
Ilolove|> d&"I love you, Maggie, darlln'. the Passion plays of the Indians of Passion weeti. First w a have the cere
The keeper takes hIs station, at the bad breath and bowela.
And through the April weather odd corners, a constipated
J" vqulil, live for or I would die for of lighting tha fire in tbe vestibule
you tho Scbelt tribe on the banks of the is '
I' door, and as each man passes out he And meadow fair Children aren't always deceived by The question What l the best thing w
and since bid tear out of St. Peter's from which the fire
you, you me my Fraser river, Skwa, Vancouver. Its circumstances? ASK ;
do under such
must deposit his knife and fork In the to
That precious pair these legends, and tho deceit isn't the
' ;r ,heart t must! do It" motive is that of n sincere desire to Instruct box provided for that Is taken to light the lamps before all doctor it this is not a good answer: ;
nnrpose. Went o'er the hills kind. than lour
together.San that does harm more a
;"' !!'t*_*t the Indians In the grand lessonsof If the day Is fine, the men are marched the altars; then the washing of time any laxative dotes ot Ayer's Pills."
Francisco Call. bit of poetry does a It's a
1ti'i7.w.rii Banter the death of Jesus Father Chl- high altar In holy oil by one of the cardinals grownup. Ue4e by the J.O.tin Co., Lowell,1 .se.-.
;, : morning dawuedVtne around the yard for half an hour, treat to time imagination, and a child's
':.,.I',;lpyJEuatpr!: on which Tom bad hoped rouse a French missionary, adopted still keeping their formation, and a ; then at n given signal, formerly Easter In Ruaala. Imagination craves its treats as surely
'to toad his sweetheart to the altar. Hojhapghtpf the plan as tile best to reacU minds the blast of the trumpet from the
i strange sight it Is to see the long Hues Throughout Russia the Easter ceremonies as we older children do. A Lasting Easter Gift
of St. Peter's tho of 400Cblll'cboll
*,. ,{ ber as bo roused from his that could not comprehend time full significance of men marching in and out aroundthe loggia ,
, out the are Impressive because of many Leave your window "on a crack" tbe An Easter present that will give real
" droains. of ber sweet face Life was of tbe spoken wool buildings In endless procession. peal good no waning solemn details. Thus on the midnight night before Easter If there's a child lasting pleasure Is a window box filled
'<: ,'over.for'bhn<: bo Bold. Lie saw again Its first representation lu 1800 resulted Exercises march to out the darkness of the land!
. over away they 1lnliln the Chrl.t that Is to be I preceding Easter the priests leave tbe In tbe house and provide yourself wIth wltb growing plants. Cut flowers are
'f tbq"cfowcJeol church, the white robed lu hundreds of conversion It the chapel, which, owing to the efforts The curtains nri' drawn from the church, as If going out to seek tbo plenty oC eggs to help the bunny as ephemeral, and often the potted plant
:" uovices.,"%Ho smelled the Incense he bas been continued since, with the result of the and his friends Is decorated
chaplain -
paintings and time organ bursts forthwith body of the dead Lord. The congre- you helped Santa Claus; It's the days bought and sent as an Easter gift lasts
i heard 'the'roll of the organ the solemnLVoice'of that Indians of other tribes come with flowers and plants, dls- the glorious "Jabllnto. My heart gation wait lu the sanctuary with wblcb some mystical personage influences I but a little while. i
. ; .the priest He shivered and, from a great dlvtanca to Bee the spectacle posed" so as to hide as much as possible
These window
still swells to bursting as I recall the bowed heads, in silence and in dark that aro the bright particular I boxes are a new departure
> :turning';; burled his face In his pillow. and In many cases go away be- the telltale bars and other
,"'' suggestive scene and my Intense "ThauIt God- I ness. Then the listening multitude in memories in later years. St Louis for this purpose They are of
; ; : Buudenly\ : the alarm roused blm. He Revere items Each man as he enters receIves !
aroused by ponderous knockings! on Star. rustic bark, oblong, square or round,
Mrs. M. E. CiabbcU In Atlanta ConstitutIon
":, ,:]), Llst ned; CIIa sprang from his bunk Father Chlrouse Insists on tbe most ,,0 printed programme of the the door of the church. The priests ________ as you choose. They should contain

;V, i"pd'l.: 5(
11 w;$, -Ud.Jtl.itJllt''; place on the truck. Ills Indians take part !In the twelve tabloans. bo sung by the congregation. For Holy Saturday In Florence.At open a groat chorus of voices fills the The waters of Cape Horn have never rambler rose, sweet alyssum, ferns,

"'>\\Jf; facwa a like the face of the dead. Aa : First comes the garden of Geth- weeks previously the prison choir baa Florence on Holy Saturday a air with the chant, "Christ Is risen!" been unvisited by storms for more pansies mignonettes and the bright yel

''.Ijh1:4'h'e'lIw; : be heard the cry "Where einauo, next is tho betrayal, and thenIn been practicing Easter music, and, as chariot is drawn luto tbe square before The priests file In with upturned faces than a week or two at a stretch within low genesis are all good.< Sometimes I

i" Ioi i', it'/' uhd the answer from a dozen order follow Christ before Pilate, a rule, the prison choir Is quite compe- the cathedral. Wltbln- tbe chariot and singing lips each bearing a lighted the memory of man. Standing on tbe the florist puts a bit of Scotch heather

, Jjjstjr',, roots, "Tbe convent! the mocking of Christ by tbo Roman tent to give as good a choral service as are bundles of powder connected one taper. Fire is quickly communicated to outposts of the world, Cape Horn is In the box. .

' .ThOrcouvent and the orphans' home soldiers the famous "Ecce Homo" and tbose of a great many city churches with another by means of a fuse, and the candles of the supplicating throng.In the meeting place of ocean currents of Such a box: set In a sunny window

adjoirlCrsg" Mere ablaze. It was evident all the other Incidents until finally the there being no lack of well trained from the chariot to the high altar of a twinkling tbo church Is ablaze very different temperature, from the would give pleasure all through the

"ll .t"'lIIBJleo, that tbe buildings were climax Is reached In tbe crucifixion voices even a male soprano voice beIng the cathedral runs a wire. When the with light and incense where only Icy cold waters of the Antarctic drift to spring and later could be put outside.

9'' \Idta ,'.fyTho main business was to Brooklyn Engle. far from unusual. The programmu crowd hue gathered at a safe dIstance darkness and silence had been before. the warmth of tbo Brazilian and Peruvian Boston Traveler.

tY' dvd, ; 'sisters and the children. Is a great deal more varied and extensive around the powder laden car and Justas return currents.
(very of tbe nuns and tholrwus Easter: Weather Lor. than you would boar In a church time bells strike noon the archbishop How King Oswy Settled Eaatar' Date. The prevailing lods. are from the

pr ;j[ only second to that of According to an old English proverb, and partakes more of the character of releases a toy dove, which travels down Who knows the amusing story of Os- northwest and west, and these, corning A Razorl*** Rao*.

th6 Iflcent fellows who fought for a wet Easter Is not favorable to the a sacred concert Solos, duets, trios, the wire with a bit of Dame In its beak.., wy, king of Nortburnbrla who, some from the warni regions of the Pa- The only known race of hairy human

;"in the ot these helpless people. EvJ consequent crop of hay: quartets and even .quintets are heard, As the messenger of Ore files into the time back lu the six hundreds, doclded clllc, condense into fogs, which tbo beings reside oa the island of Tezzo,

/ ,(J.rt i,.iBbCfecalls the amazing fortitude A good dual of rain on Easter day varied by selections by a capital orchestra chariot its gaudy decorations ore hurl- for the Roman calendar for Easter In sailors cull "Cape Horn blankets" and adjoining Japan They are about '

,'- nnd' MbfAgo displayed At this frlgbt- Gives a crop of good grass but little good and lu some prisons a full ed Into the air, with n roar and cloud that controversy as to Its rightful date which ore the forerunners of storms. 100,000 In number and are known to

J.'":b,foi,' bii hay. brass band. Often some of tbe pieces of Brnoke. It the dove files steadily to over which so much time and excitement Tim extremely low level to which the the Japanese as the "Moslnos" or "all
l'' '',!; 'fijihdren had been well drill. If the sun shines on Easter morning, are by some talented prisoner. _- Its goal the year will be a propitiouspne were wasted for a number of glaciers of Tlorra dd Fuego descend, hairy people." They have tbe entire v

,'.:Vl 1/1 t KiP j Jollt such a moment of peril, It will, according to the same author Tbo religious services are brief, mostof but if the bird hesitates there Is centuries? After hearing the sides of the perpetual congelation of tbe subsoil body covered with a profuse and remarkable -

, :x"tintr' nollVy did they now obey their luJj'J ity, shine aguln on Whit Sunday. A the time being .taken up by the evil ahead.-New York Tribune tbe two parties, he asked the bishop I the meeting of conflicting winds growth of hair, the only exception

Y;:I.I d;ruiMiiH,S'z Such deeds of heroism as Sussex piece of weather lore goes further choir The whole is over In about an who stood for the Alexandrian calendar -I at very different temperatures, are all being that the faces of the

. .i" \\'era mine that bitter morning are novo declaring tbnt if tbe sun shines hour and a half. Then comes the If any such trust bad been given to direct or indirect causes combining to women are bare, but usually stained

.("l' ;rur. (iMCttiTbclr memory remains as an on Eustcr day It wilt shine a little\ every march back to the cells, each man receiving One A of Novelty tha new For,features Emtar Brides of Easter his St. Augustine as that given to Peter mako this the most constantly stormy with a !kind of Juice so as to resemble t

A' et'p4Ml hiaplrnttou.'JHyonnan day all tbe year round notion while that thereIs If It as he passes the mess room a weddings Is the Introduction of the of being tbe gate koeper of heaven.On region of tho world. the beards of tbe males. -- -.
a corresponding ---------------
I\\! ; t thrust a ladder up to a tin containing his afternoon meal, having It confessed that there bad
book wltb
flower mark-
It will rain little If onlya prayer shower
rains then a
of the beneath which consists of three hard boiled not "Well said "since I should
;,; dormitory Just Oswy, -
lu lieu
;, gilded cross tbat surmounted few drops, every day during tbo en- ergs, some cold potatoes and as much; ers of the brIde's bouquet. be sorry to reach heaven and not be 'i
York Herald. Through the leaves of u pure white
Vht.. the cnnvent.it' --.- ---. suing year.-New bread as ho cures to take. Taking his prayer book there are laid three ribbon admitted, to tbe Ramon party the fixIng You Will Need an Oil Stove
at tbe lever wblcb locks of Easter must be "
:. window serene calm her place every given.
markers, the ends falling down to
Easter Used to Last Eight Dayi. h
a"t In prayer stood a sweet door on that gallery, the keeper waits
nitbln a short distance of the bottom
I., faced sister, In the ancient church the celebration until each man is in his place. At the Rolling Egg at the Whit Home. or-i When warm days
of the gown, At Intervals eacb of the
al holding In her of Easter lasted eight days but after signal each door Is closed with a bang, The White House egg rolling is the and the kitchen fire
, six: ends la tied with lilies of tbe valley
"ir the limited
the eleventh century time was
the lever and fifty doors are big event of the to Washington ; ;
arms a tiny crippled snap goes with double bowknots, making n year C make cooking a bur
to three days, and soon again reduced
r.h locked. Then tbe count. children. Babies rich and black
, boy Sop Eccurely < comes poor
; shower effect exactly tbe same as with den-then is the time
to two days. It was formerlythe
r symbolic was Each man stands behind his door, and white, gather bore for their annual
; favorite time for performing the the shower bouquets! The ribbon is ;; Q to try aNew Perfection
o the attitude of which; being formed of Iron bars per. picnic In the president's back yard.< The 4
white of and about third of '
course, a
The courts of Justice '
this holy woman rite of baptism. mite him to be plainly seen, and as the inch In width. youngsters "pick" eggs, roll them up I Wick Blue Flame Oil
r that not one were closed, and alms distributed to keeper knocks with his key 'In passing on and down the grassy slopes and sing Cook-Stove.

hr Irish heart In the poor' and needy, who were even answers "Here. A second keeper repeats and frolic to the music of a band<
New York's Easter Collection Marvelous how this
,) the churches. Slaves
t feasted In were
the vast crowd the count, and then for the present Presidents of tbo United States have
set free and as the fasting of Lent There are above 400 churches of one stove does with
below failed to each man Is left to the enjoymentof not felt It beneath their dignity joinIn away
jj respond. was over the people'" gave themselves his own company. kind or another in Greaser New York, the fun.Palms kitchen discomforts- ,
and their total collections on Easter
"It Is Sister up to every enjoymentA At 12 o'clock the prison wakes up morning reach about 250000. Last bow cool it keeps the
---- again a little as tbe mess room waiters as Lightning Conductor
y Mary Bon trice!I"moaned Easter twenty of the larger churches room in comparison with
the $4,000 Eater Egg. pass from door to door with great cans There was a belief In Spain as Into
had collections of $2,000 apiece conditions when the coal
mothernperl- In extravagant Purls un egg was of boiling coffee. Soon all 111'quiet as 1828 and perhaps even still held by

?; or,. She knelt manufactured some years t>!ff'> for a again, and little can be heard as the I and the remainder averaged only found$000 much apiece less, many that palms blessed by the priests fire was burning.; The quick concentrated heat of the ;

upon the bare certain Spanish Infanta which cost 20- afternoon drags along except tbe soft I carried !In procession on Palm Sundaywere
tbnn $300 In contribution boxes.
ground and 000 francs, or 1000. It was white enamel footfall of tbe felt shod patrol or an a sure preventive of the ill effects
New York Times
4 crossed herself. on the outside and had the whole Impatient sigh from a wakeful prison. of lightning when fastened to a conaplcuous NEW PERFECTIONVick

,,, --When Tom gospel of Easter engraved, on the Inside er. At 0 o'clock fresh water is served part of the house balcony.
1)1I Brennan his A mysterious mechanism withinIt out to each man, and his lamp is lighted Pussy Willows In Place of Palms.

' at j. )) face blackened sent-forth a little bird who sang < Slowly tbs time drags alone until In England, where. the palm cannot Sewing an Good Friday. \ Blue Flame Oil CookStovegoes

'tp IMS TAUT IIBI with smoke and twelve popular airs from tlio opera. D o'clock when at the striking of-the be procured, branches of willow with The good women of Shropshire Eng

Y I HUB OH HIS bis eyes biasing prison gong all lights are put out the catkins on them are used. It la a Lincolnshire land, devote every spare minute on

' with heroic ex' His Easter Muiinji.Ha great prison is soon as quiet as a city saying that unless catkins Good Friday-to sewing, believing that directly to boil the kettle or bake the bread and none

' -? reached the.. window Sister picked 'up the Easter statementand of the dead and Easter Sunday has are in bloom by the fifth Sunday In sewing done on that day will never is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus ''using the)
r Lont the season will be a bad one for
patrlce'looked steadfastly at read: passed.-New York Evening Post the farmer. coma undona. "New Perfection. Is real kitchen comfort. Made in three

I tier old sweet smile, the smile To one Easter drosS $40. French Patent Laathar sizes and fully warranted. If not with your
: I To one Easter bat, $12.
. laved.d| out. his I To Easter shoes and gloves, $o.: The Ganlola of Paris bits been entertaining Yon might as well expect one wave II'UTS OJr 0arn,OIS? orToLiuio, (._. dealer, write our: nearest agency.mm .
arme.u And slowly and thoughtfully he drew, its reader' with a patent leather of the sea to be precisely the same as JUUUA COUNTY, I
Jbllt drat Tom she as tq
{' the little the broad his chock for the amount and muttered boot story. It seems that every six the next wan of the sea as to expect grant ,r. Cheney makes oath that ha to senior q
boy on
1 "And next Sunday Jenny expects ma months each sewer man of Paris receives that there would be no change of clr- partiiHpttl tbo arm of (y, J. uhenuv A Co tiltingDiielnoiM :
the dromon laihonlty Toledo, County one, Stale r Lamp a lamp..
''hly shout went from thelow to go to church and sing 'Oltltundred' a pair of heavy boots At the .rumslnnces.I forotnlil. and that MM firm will pay the: ainn The tL.iL
up -- :
with thankful heart! I 7 01 ONK Iml.l.AHB tor. each sad everyonewantshandsome
a nd of the period these .articles are Horrr
All bad seen that sub- f I every b that oitntmtb>tf iifi'd 07Hall'al enough
'"(All realized what It meant worthless as far as their original purpose aurrnOiira. FKANK. OHKNhV.Sworn for the parlor; strong enough for the kitchen, camp

II hands received the child, God's TampUi.In Is concerned, but they have actu ,to title bnfor ltd*day ma o(and Decembpr' aubnorlbed' A D.In IIIIfI.lIol..I.ullllo.myuraitme or cottage; bright enough for avery occasion if
bravo array off tondar arMn the woods Heal) A. W.OL8ABON, not with your dealer write our nearest agency.
-Hrennaa. turned back up the er. deckedAnd ally Increased In value The old boots, .

_ tat th. blessed Easter dap-ar Sows are ,aold to the leather dressers It Is Hall'e CaUrrn Curo In taken internally soil, STANDARD OIL COMPANY

id Sister Mary Beatrice from flackad. laid, as the conditions under which ot sots tho directly'ayntaia.. on 8ioit the blood for tuetlmunlela and OIUODIIM tarn.urtao.e (1'tot-.--t.4))
All partumas of the early spring bans oa
w, tbe.bav.. been used make the leather
the air.Throughout. I Simply add bailIns1 CO. ,
t ; Instant he held her on his the wood cathedral peace I f peculiarly adapted for conversion Into>> I I water,cool and aarva. lee per packava at old by Druge-letl, Price TU,
reline everywhere paUat leather for dress iboa' all___.*'7 Havoc*. Refuse all aubaUlutn.. I ... j



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The Palatka News millinery After Easter store,will Mis close Kate L. Luc",, Easter &..t St. Jame Metho- THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN I* Now State-Commander.-- )I _d R !

every even was
ng at 6:UO o'clock, Saturdays dist Church. L. U. Stppbconll of this city of ,
< se', Evecutive Committee Names I[unanhnouBlv elected commander
during the summer. This Is
commendable move on the of a Special arrangements have been Places arid Dates for County the ICnlghts o' Maocabees nt the Kennerly Hardware Co.DEALERS .
part order In !
$ City happenings and $ by Miss other Lucas merchants.and should be followed oholr made for of the St. James.Easter. services Tha following by tbe Speaking. I state Jackaollville oOllyenLlOII on Tuesdny.1ie or that. 1 .

anthema will be rendered.MornhIIl'Mervlue.Antl1em I alRI Invited and secured the
Personal >
$ mention.E $ .Tba Putnam oounty candidates for pub order IN-
r granolithic sidewalk on south "Chrillt next state. OOIl1el1l1on of the f -
."" "" "' ''''. Fifth street has been completed as the Lord la Jtl8..n" with violin a a- h 110 office can now turn their minds lor Pal .tRn. It will meet here next j
Tar as Miss to oratory and begin/ practice of the
William Uuky's d..yfoode\ store. ootnpnnlment F Hudda.
Price of Melrosa wan a The contractors Anthem art of winning votes by eloquence. "The lo the na- Hardware Stoves;
visitor In the are now working on forth to the Moun- delegates chosen I
olty Monday.J. Kirkland. street between Laurel and tftliiB,-11. P. Dunks. Wind jam n loir In a gift but it mayo onal convention of the order In 1 "

J. J. )lay mans of Loch loon a, was a };mlUett. You won't know Palatka. Anthems-Chrlt our Passover acquired Candidates for the 't'ol..do. Ohio next June are A. U.H J
{ .llIltor In the olty during the week. In a few more months. I[. 1>. PunkB. legislature who haven't the Rift will ..mrlolt of J <"<*ol'v'leJvfl'ShflMr'] ( Farm Implements and :
have at leant 10 In which to IIC- ;
Evening e/.orvlcl'-'l'he/ choir will ,
4' Mrs Kiln V. James Fennel, the Boehning of Tampa :
Grooms epent several well-known old- quite It. The public speaking camalgn -
render olternatedelegate.
r days this week with friends at Piney time democrat whose political activ a sacred conceit. Some will not open until the iinthnst. however wall elected the either : Garden Tool I
Bpeclnl numbers of which the event of & .-
k Bluff. ities counted for are! and In ,
much In the days of Here Is the notice authorized lies
Anthem :-Praise ye the Lord-H, of the delegate falling, to attend
St.Omar Augustine L. Beydler cnme over from i i'L in pretty good and have trim been ever since keepIng -, P.AnthPini Dank .ChrUt by The the following committee/ the( meetings for will to. It seems that ns to this a state wall I Fine Cutlery. '
on Sunday and spent has been doing j Jury duty at the circuit our Passover-E. county candidates. 111 r. ephens' first visit .
'L short while with frlende here L Ashrord. onventlonof the order he immodestly
court this '
week but has found
Cresdent City, Tuesday April 28th.
Du t:-by Mrs. Jlamm and Mr retrained from taking all the first '
Dr. Frank time to visit of bis old friends.
of Melrose, candidate many Vltkers. a t noon. Agents for the celebrated .,..
II for county treasurer has been Among' tho prominent candidates Anthem-"J ltt up your Heads" Welaka Wednesday April 20th onors.The Palatka lodge of ibis orderscene '
a. spending the week lu I
the city. Anthem "Caater Oladne E. noon. C. Hllmrluk
In the -
city yesterday were notedA. organized ,
Allen Price S. Loreii/e.:. Holllster Friday May l let, noon. ago mid had .Hllllng Oliver Chilled Plows.
of Melroso Is one of the M. Padgett of Orandln and W. 8. 2nd, three yenrs I
r ,
Interaction Saturday May
beat known jurors serving at the lddletou of Pomona, for the legislature at ts members inanv pr'iniiiK-nt, cliionsofPalatkB. -
present term of l E. E. Weeks noon. Mr. Hlepheiisi-lnli' *
tbe circuit
court. candidate for "
,i sheritit and J. W. Was Not a Republican.In Orandln Friday May 8th, ab noon Hnmrlck ex- Planet Jr. Implements. I
Strange1 and W. hat State Organizer
High/ Mass will be celebrated Melrose, Saturday, May Utb, atBostwlck
at will
;) Rnd
M. Williams the $0011
St. Monicas candidates for assessor course of his address at the peels to vlHltthe city
J' Catholic church at 10 they have all been Court House last noon. effort tn Intense .the local. 1
o'clock E uater Sunday with "shelling the Tuesday night Qov Wednesday, May 13th take an I
special "
woods. Broward made
music. frequent mention othe at noon. uemberehlp. --I H
older citizens or' this place and
t The ladles' Aid There will be a called meeting of s howiun a familiarity with former Bannervllle, Thursday, May 14th
Society of St. A.t noon. THE _
the Florida Fruit and tabletlhlppers'
James Methodist church will meet Protective Association tobe men conditions Palatka qultI'emark..ble. Palatka Friday, May I5th, 7:80:
with Mrs. H O. Harnm But the governor made +
next Tuesday held at night.

. \ afternoon. April 21st at at Lakeland 10 a. in. All on members Tuesday, one the serious late Ool.mistake.Hart as a lie republican referredto Francis,' Saturday May IGtli at 3 "Merry Widow"Sailors i Kennerly Hardware Co.

"''.' Miss Grace Lee do IT, an accomp and subscribers are urged to attend During the war Col. Hart was Den noon. ,
1 lished young lady of Pautuoknt. it. his meeting/ and, also, all growersnot ected with the transportation department Committeemen for above precinct *
";, I., In the guest of Mrs L. H. Knight already members are requested of the Confederate service will arrange for those meetings palatka. Florida. I
on Third to ba .
avenue. present.William and after the
I. war, was one of the
F. J. FICARN8IDE.Chair. .
i : Mr and Mrs. Aoey Sawyer of Attle- B. Long, a Philadelphia most active democrats In this sac : Dem. Io x. Com. are the latest fad in Hats. Wr"Ql!
i boro Mass. Ion of the state lie was the first tr 1 m m
1 are In the city for visit printer who formerly resided in Pal mnocrntlo candidate I have them in White and (
to be
with Mr. Sawyer's parents, Mr. and ..tka-troD1 1878 to 1801-and was employed ed nomlnat- Ike New City Officials.The .
; Mrs. E. M Albro. by Patatka's pioneer publisher for the legislature from thisoounty the new shada of Tan.A .
I after the war, and wall de- new city council met on Friday .
the late ,
G W. Pratt
troit Mrs., Mich Kean and Mlsa Kean of De during the week and will arrived spend some here eated by Air. Austin the then prprletoe o-, night/ for organization/ and nd- nice line of Readymade $.} dta)*aaaaai s.aa3 iD9 9i499q 9a99.gAJ>88+9i 9BEEEtm
who have been of
spending the Putnam HouMe\ and aepublloan. ]Darned limned lately thereafter. Mr.lowell .
t I :r the winter with Mrs. Metonlf, return I, some tlmeamldtheoldscenes.old friends, part of whom He read-Suds r Col. Hart was an ao- A. Davis, the popular ana Wash Skirts and
ed to their home The
last ive Line
Monday democrat for Only Complete
Ely reoo, nUa him and all are pleasedto during the latter many years, bul efficient president of the outgoing Shirtwaists, Embroideries m
J. K. Mellon and family left for see him again. years of his life had oard. was unanimously chosen prescient
f Ptttsburg, Pa., yesterday. after several l Ittle to do with politics though always ( of the new.On'I'uesdny Flouncing-.,
t months spent In their pretty Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Prevatt of Seville a consistent l democrat night of this week. the all match i of Furniture and House
\ winter home on Emmett at. were In the city Monday. Mr. H. J. Keunerly says: "Col. Hart council met again. for the purpose of patterns.All
a; Prevatt who Is a member of the was always udumoeiat and a consistent tiling the executive offices of the the newest Dress
( O. W. Baldwin, one of the legisla Volusla county school board, is also one..Iamos. city which, wider the charter, are
C citizen live candidates of and. an Influential 1 a successful orange and truck grower Fennel of Melrose, another left to the council rather than tha Goods to be found at this i Furnishings in the. City.
Melrose baa i been in the and' on bin rich lands on the border old-time democrat: and familiar people for selection The following
city most of the present week. of lake Louisa grows big crop. of with the party organization In this were the lucky candidates: store. et

Mrs. Nannle H. Gentry of Chicagoaccompanied Irish potatoes which he markets In county during reconstruction times Assessor J. N. Black well ; clerk 213-213-217
the early winter months. He had aid : "Col. Hart. was good enough A. T. collector, A T. Trloy
by her niece after a ; ;; Hattie N. Buky CAA t N Ii Ryan Lemon
demoorat for me. I knew him wel m Street
pleasant viilt at Mrs. Devermix' returned been over to Hastings inspecting the treo.urer. Herbert Crook ; chlef-of I I a
home on Thursday The la potato farms at that plane.f and If he wasn't always a democrat P. M. Hagan ; munlclpa T P.lattarla ,
dies have then; Jim Kennel don't know the )lodge, 2:. Noble Cnlhouu. Palatka, Fla.FlneDryOaalsundNotlmn. 0
spent major portion u John Cannon of Penlel putiiiillicOllnty a98)Ex"ceFQ+f Ee6et6e6fEEC t.'EB feteb6e86EtE6Ffi6QEE6ftEeEEENBargains
when he
sees It. You bet
the winter at Lake Kerr. can For the ofllce of city attorney there ,
was In the city yesterday,. hat C'ol. Hart was a solid clemocra1always. were applications. from E. Noble
Robert Ragln spent several days Mr. Cannon was /in route from no e- ." Calhoun and Merryday A Walton, Lndlos', FurnlnulnifS.

In the city this week being enroute wood where he has been for the pant Capt.. H. J. Adams. who wanproba. Owing to the fact. that both the e WNNNNNNNrW V,
from his grove propel'ry at Clifton to few days. Mr. Cannon recently had bly us well acquainted with I 001.) applications asked for modest salary
his home at Piney, Bluff, near Po the misfortune to lose his mother by Hart 811 any man In Palatka said o/ together with /fees, the counoll --- -_- .. :
mona. Mr. Ragin's friends here are death she having nxplred suddenlyin him "Uov. Broward. don't know deemed It wise to defer the selection .
always pleased to see him. the yard of her home. Tire lady. what he l Is talking about Col. Har of a city attorney until the matter ocompensation "r ? ra.rr? tvar?

Mrs. J. E. was a slater of Mrs. John Fennell olCampvllle f w"e" democrat with a big 1), and hb can be determined. ;
'" with her little and was well known and did his full share In the ,work of in alatka. !
restoring -
daughter has gone to the. home of popular lu her eeotlon.Oalne.vllielIun. white The council decided that ono p' White Dress Goods Selling at ;
In this
her parents Caledonia. Mo., for the :: county and state supiemacy" lloeman In oo-opeiution with the r
chief would be sufficient and Chns
summer. Capt. Lucas will
Colorado go to a Dr. K. H. Crlll, when asked nor Livingston received this "
sanitailum for the summer Confederate Memorial Day. oernlng the statement of Uov. Brow appoint Actual CostFor Farm or Town Property
j in the hope of benefiting his health ard, remarked "Tha governor I I I. ment. _______ i
Mrs. L C. Bnyoe, who has been Confederate Memorial Day this certainly mistaken ; Col. Hart wa. ITre Ray Opening.Ruy' Ii" "
m spending the winter In her apart year falls on Sunday April 20thTha a life-long democrat, long active 1 in Timber Lands for Sale or Lease.
usual Ice and Cash at
celebration by Pattou Anderson palatial cream con.teotlolla..y
'I ments) on Front street left for New party councils, and always con l I. Ip
York city on 'Tuesday where she chapter U. D. O. will occur at tent; ,." store hue. decided to glue' M i
to spend a few weeks before West View cemetery on Monday the a grand Easter opening for next tt
t going to her home in Brattleboro, 27th at 4 o'clock. Monday. and Tuesday. afternoons' be- Miss Kate L. Lucas'Millinery
I Yt. The ladles desire all who wish to The Glissons Acquitted. tween the hours of 8 and A, and 7 amid

contribute flowers to send same to Judge Wills ordered the I 0 p. m. This magnificently furnished "" j i
Mrs Dayton and h..r young daugh Mrs. H. A. Gray's not later. than 8 :BO summon a special venir of slierllTt 60 o place{ will be beautifully decorated H. A. FORD
ter and Mrs McNnughton I win p. in. on Monday. The Veteran As men on Wednesday. This jury with evergreens palms and flower
have ,
boon guests at the home of MrsVillleMetnalfeon sociation of the Blue and Gray the he i trial of the Ullsson brothers owing to for the occasion and the J(. of P. Orchestra "aa w t
{ \ Third street for Ladles Memorial Society and the Walter Ledbetter line will discourse sweet mnsl
the past several months left fo puGllogenerallyareaurdlallyinvitedet From this for murder. during the hours named. Mr. Hu.v I am closing out all Piece tt!
special ureic
their home In Montclair, N. J., la a Jury wa Issues u cordial Invitation to the 1
selected add the trial began .about 10 Goods at ACTUAL COST, so
fin] Moudny. Palatka News $1.00 a year. o'clock Thursday mornlnir public In the advertising columns of tj Real Estate i
Ellie and James GlUsoll of Boat this paper, and the News has. not a. now is your time to get your ,
wick and Walter doubt but that the people will respond WHITE GOODS for

man of the Ledbetter name place a. colored were- i full. and enjoy the occasion. to thee summer cheap for CASH the 3= Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. t

charged/ with the murder of Manuel 2'" (

'Ihomas, a negro at Oak villa on .ne ONLY-no goods on credit if..
Easter at St. Marky.As National
night of August 14th last. Th at those! low prices. Comein Ij: Surety Company il
prominence of the Ulisson boys and usual on Easter Sunday n speclal -
Greatest Values the honor of the crime for which musical program will be tbe orders and get your Easter Dreea of New York.

they were charged attracted der at both the morning and evening -and while getting the ;: 11
greet deal of attention .and the courtroom 'services. The services of the day;
was crowded all day Thursday, will begin with an early celebration Dress purchase a Hut also, K : ::1:1MII
The Ollssoim were ably defendecny of the Holy Communion at 7 o'clock.
Hon. 8. J, Hllburn and Judge E. Morning Prayer and Holy Communion r4 F'F'4Tr7Tlrlr4 y'TDT rn1'nn'.i60a !
Noble Calhoun. lit 11 a. m with the following t }
Judge Wills completed his chare'' program of music
to the Jury at 6:8O: last night./ At 8:1: i() Drrinn Voluntary trorrrrrt noaaadur, : crnrccr JJ rJtuvrcc trrrrr, u --+ ==,
Ever Offered. the jury came Into court with a verdict l'r of our Piisaover :=! :1?tc..ac:1.: :: :
not Ohnppo :
r guilty. Pharmacy:: ::: is'
'Jo ]>mim In K.-. ". .. Io la+.hnum G, Some Seasonable !
UttiHMltitiiH .. ... ...... .. .. J.1Snrnay mid PALATKA. FLORIDA
It Was Mr. Litroltroitrolt[ Hymn 110.: u
Conway's Work Norman Hymn 141OITurtory un;: ui" Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries
i a"d
Editor PALATKA Anlhulli, Hln( ",'1th ,nil the Hon ofhose Goods
NEWS: 01017-------------------------1.t., a [& Patents.
For the next few In the columns of your last Issue Kyrle AiiKUn':Ixil; ::::..::::.::':::::::... ,::.::Moibook-Five ni n \ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED '
f days we. are you charge J. P. Wall of giving the 11101'111111 hxceUls...... ...... ..... Old Chant { FBESH GARDEN SEED.
Invitation to announce his own can Muiw IHiiilttim -----------------I. H. Moor JJ3 At I Right t Prices: |j = Agents M.llorr Slo.m.l.lp. <
didacy for the legislature. Thl ItmwfiHloiml' hymn 1:12.! -- t--: I t -,
going to move things more lively. statement l Is without foundation I to Organ POHtlmlu. ca nrn '
There will be special i j .
m my certain knowledge. Many of the evensong Rt Rel'rhterxtoree, ---- - -- -
: common voters solicited Air. 7:80 p. m. with the following musical

Bargain giving is our hobby. run for the legislature by letters Wall and to program fJ:J; Ice Crenni Freezers, nn on: Guaranteed For

seeing otherwise.the need Knowing ns I can all tell this the pub and. organ Plot Aiithum.eHHlonal Voluntary.,CJhrlHt flyn"our", .PiMSovor. % j Water Cooler, J Satisfaction New and Up-to-Date

These are worth your whileto lie of him going buck to the legisla- MUKiillluiit .....' ......,........0. F. Kittle. Uhu Hume Oil Stoves
a lure, I dictated and had published Niniu UlnilttUH :"'" ....... .... ..J. 14. Moore 1'1; ; "ru' n To all otif pat ran.: we Kino give Furniture and
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that announcement signed A Common Hormoii Hymn> 110 su I1l1mnlO.ks, Q you your>pt nurvlce House I
investigate p. 3 "et Uun. and luckrm/ih Furnishing Goo!
: Voter. \ .
1'hls.\a only justice to Uncross Aiitlium, The Day of Itonurrou H
work and .
Palatka Mr.. Wall.April 14-'0x.JV.. Cos WAV, Iwo';:sui.' l iiii Hymn. '.1SI;......'.... ,..Nuwiom gg Porch Chairs, j jnu :. H Mnslilne/ ropairlng.HU.yole dona and at Hewing at very I low prices i

37-In Bleaching a fair quality ._ . 42c It. F. D. No. 1. Urgortaulu. .,n Law Swings nj Si. 'I E. O. EARLS Go to

36-In nice and soft 8c Creditable Entertainment. 23 Mosquito Net andy nj ,
Clerk Price is 111. The niinlla of do 417 Lemon*. Pulatka' Fla. R. S. Mooney
i' 36-ln Fruit of the Loom. the colored Preaheetenure ?? Furniture and Sto\cH.
. . . loc .. Ctu ,
Bounty darn josepn Price Is feel high school 11'1\- credltHbl : .. n \\o alwni. please our
? 36-ln Lonsdale bleaching .-. loc Ing mighty restive these dnys. It I Is entertainments' In the Howell Theit. I d !: n w. can jilouo, you. (r.atton.-'orne and Palatka, Florida.
court week and many of his old time ter last 'Tuesdnv\ and Wednesday | J. H, Y ever 1 I on jr M rue u.. JiurnemGor 417 Lemon at.I __
36-In Fine Cambric at.. loc friends whom he had hoped to meet nights to mark tbe closing of the :; r '
Good Bleached sheets ere In town and he can t see them. school year. The' entertainment. rJJ] (jar. I Lumen' unit 6th St. Undertakln! and Emhallnirg--
72x90 at. 39C Neither can he attend to his otllcla consisted of music recitations, orn' "J-:: ,

81X90" duties. Mr. Prloe has been suffering bone, drill work etc., which were 'I" Palntka, Florl .
45C for a couple of week with\ an route all of a character to reflect great unuBccpccBJ'jj'aa'jja; CoIl.; In tho ('It Prices aUnvs. reasonable. Notion. la hereby given I
18x36 Good Pillow Cases at. . loc attack. o( ..czemB.and though getting credit on the teachers and pupil ua: :! ::! :! ::: : CoIl 4; To Q TI1 hman. purchaser of tai ,'ffI'
better his physician has alike. "syj-jjiy: : IJuHlncss Men i'ate No. tit *
Insisted that a.:: maiia: >.iniiirrrrrrorc3 Professional lee, dated the
; As good as anyone's 150 cases. he was not well enough to attend to This school Is connected with the : : ,. Men, and Others July, \. D. 1903. ma r"
6o-in Good table his duties and that a complete rest Mt. Vernon Presbyterian church cate la my office andlohu
white Damask at. I have
ipc for a few days colored opened an office with "
was necessary. He on upper Lemon street oC Ford Mr. H. A. plication for tax dead to farce
36-in Linene, our isc grade, white & col. 12hci hopes. to be able to bo out by Friday which Rev. \V }<'. Kennedy Is pastor. to ,do on all Front kinds street antI am prepared oordance with law. Buld cwtUo'K
or Saturday:: but that Is a little too It Is supported bv the 1>'reedmafl'Ssociety of stenographic and type- braces the following di' crlbl.pity''
early for him to be out considering of the northern branch of the writing work either bv piece or con situated In Putnam county Flurl*.
The above prices will hold good till Tuesday the nature of his trouble. Presbyterian church. The school .- ISBZ M. FORD. wit:
"It doesn't look natural,," said OilS hns an enrollment of 150. During ;;Donii'i- -- ---- Lot 7 E. of river section it,W'>

3 unless the goods give out sooner. gentleman fiom west Putnam, "to the past several years till school has "J i>eem Oolntment ourcd lout 10 ran ICe .
+ r visit the old court house and not see been In charge of Pastor Kennedy I that had annoyfd inn a Tha said sad beaN a.8.?B.ed. Hdat
I : For Saturday Special we will offer In ad- Joe Pi'lee. I am awfully sorry lie and his wife whose Influence upon 1bJ iillie'0 on. S.9'hxcnre W. wits< erinaiifiir.. ."_ .. of the issuanoa of such w"I.
tins been laid Dl:
the 'ttthews
"' up children bus been so markedly! Commidsloner In the Beach l-'
name Mrs. Susan
dition to above Special Bargains in Parasols, Deputy Clerk R. Raymond Price I la good as to receive the hearty com Sh Lm'bnr HfatUtlc, August 1\1.. said oertllloata HhiiU be releeecording '
Hlllng the duties of clerk of the court mendatlon of the white +"
pastors ot O wllll..uet/
;. Shirt Waists, Wash Skirts and Ribbons. Few 'under nd the his business of the clerk's ollloe( the city.Pastor. e.s direction for .
Is Kennedy, however 12
; moving will 110 per ioif>n trees IIJI4
extra White Goods values. Big values in these smoothly., leave the city the latter. part of the $3 $3.50 $4 them have only a month 'In which to you w this the 15th my day official of April signature A D.I IH
:Mr Price month to accept the ; after that
attended court a while pastorate of the they will Io Pi [Seal JOSEPH PilIr
\;' for one day. Come and see.5Fte6wtI1LeAL. onThuisday. < old historic Oa. This Midway church church at Arcadia IT tale all kinJs of womento doiitdelay. Clerk circuit court Putnam cOlin! r
wee bull .'
J' Communicated.Enigma over 200 years ago, and was. original male a worlJ and all FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER. y K. KAIMOND PBIOII.

No. 1. I am composed. of ago ly a It white was turned congregation.over to the Home nolorec time kinds of those to please them. To the ere blrtriul nenmoerntle No, ,Tot<>"of Commtelon 1\

nine letters. My lot, 9d and Bd and people It bAa an enrollment of 7W fur 11 harehy the onnOll..08. mysmdf as a on".l1d..te G'O1i
Ui. h I Iii what Still they can all ba lulled office: of count [ MAIN /,( S I
the cook says to a troub members and there 1 Is an average attendance with raid dixtrtumh comnuxxlunor, for / /

) 8 thing lesomu much p..t. used My 4th In, 5th shoe and factories 6th U a services of Pastor over Kennedy 400 at its has.!Sunday:: serv "Queen Quality" .hoe..-so MM1ymtltnx"Ix ma nitlo: Voters of' the Etl IlIlNIi rimers: : TAOY.010..11011 or too t Y/ /, ", .

'Iy 7th Is the fourth vowel of the ed the church In Palatka. nearly varied and complete i. the line. Dranghthxr.MachinflD ""

Eng'lsh' RII'habot.! My Sib Is used sewn years. We wrr:; WhiteVyandntte. "..Umn Map Drawing, EM.
three times spelling Abraham. are tinting more women. L. BURT, Palatka, Fl... 8t
KnlgtnuNo. 2. 1 am composed 01 The ladles of St. Marks church with them every day because Palatka Fle-:
26 letters. My lit, 2d.8<1. 4th mind 6th mud will give an lea cream festival ,
a e hakes. a well-known combination ac Guild hall next Wednesday night their reputation grows every day.
vly tit h 7th and bth! denotes a special. to which all are cordially Invited.
ma. of a number. MyUth, 10th, 11th "Queen Quality" will retain its New and Complete Line of

Beginning Monday, April 20, this store animal and 12th when Is the enraged.name of My a dangerous 113th. 14th His E... shape longer than any other Spalding's '1

Ililh l and 18th means that one alone. "If Smltbers undertakes to pull my -ready made shoe. Try it once. 1908 Base Ball Good3tAOWTON'S
will close at 6:30 p. m., Saturdays ex- My 17th 18th luth 20th and 21s enrs.. said a fellow at a street corner II -

pell\ a word of horror. :My 221, :2Hi "he will\ have his bands full." II
cepted. and 24th the one alone The crowd looked i
mentioned at the
U Take V 26th! and 20th Is a useful animal. and smiled.-London Telegraph ears Herbert Crook J Palatka FIorid ,
notice[ The first person ,
for Butterlck Patterns.
Ct Agency: bringing Into this otllce the Plank's
correct Cblll Tonic
,umwer to both of the above enigma fever colds and lagrlppeguaran for chills, Palatka Fla Full line Easter Post Cards.
will receive
a white
pocket handker- tead. Price .
chief. 85 ots, a bottle. Sold by Wholesale and
all .
r druggist* 131'
'tI't/ Dealers write for'samples and prices.

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