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: July 2, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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System ID: UF00075922:00184
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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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The St. Augustine. Kvening I Itccorcl o I Putnam National Bank Wills Denies Motion fora [ on. S. J. Hilburn I ExplainsReasons I

Tuesday publishes the fallowing: Resigns Collectorship. He New Tri l. for its Final
"I'or. several, weeks Mr. K:, I
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I sun, o>or, has been at work In this county Succeeds T. B. Merrill. Prisoner too Remain In Palatka Jai Defeat. ; ,

Fearnside New Furnitureor surveying anil, making maps. 'fitelIJ't't A. NVIIIsird. fnmilhnlv called (Gtm, Pending Appeal. I Editor Palalka News,
( of the survey has, leaked out .amMr. I II. Ihe popular and efficient lax collector of DenrSIrILly: attention has been called .
: Mahan hns admitted that ho Is hereIn Putnam county, on Monday 'tendered hid It was S o'clock lust: Saturday afternoon to a letter from Governor Gilchrlst

the interest of a ralliond that Intends rexlKiintion; ns lo Gov. Gllrhrlsl, the before Col. Stripling lending In the last Issue of the Times-Herald,
lo enter St. Augustine slit Tocol. Th snmu to take cited A..gUhI5Ih.. counsel for the convicted murderers and while It Is not my purpose lo g 't! Into
other House Furnishings old roadbed from Toco! will be used 1 II 'Ilia rctdgnnlloii was biouicht. about by Kelly nnd Davidson WAN prepared tu n newspaper controversy, which Is always -
S Ihe plans tniiterlnl lu, the intention beIng the recent election of Mr. \Illard lo the argue a motion for n now trial, for his unpleasant to me, I fuel tRI I '

I Clothing to trestle the St., Johns river either responsible" position of cashier of the celebrated clients.At should mnku a lilllu explanation of I lie I
S you o\ve it to your- al Tocol or close by. 111s I believed thai Pulnani. National; bank lo succeed, T. U. that .hour Jud \V11U ..eco'lened' matter Inasmuch as the Governor says
5 the Illinois C"nl.nl-I. Interested if nol Merrill resigned. the court and heard Mr. Stripling's motion that even \If the words providing for II
.. directly responsible for the but uhich he promptly, denied. Then had not been omitted that the bill
self to see the MAGNIFICENT 5 survey, Mr. Wlllnrd will :ashiime. his new du- levy ,
as Mr. M.ihan has not divulged the name tie. on I the I5lh; of the present ", unlh. !Mr. Stripling filed n writ of error nnd would have been unconstitutional, and
of Ihe road cmplo) !log I him this Is a matter and has arranged i Ith former County, took nn npponl,' to the Supreme court, would have been vetoed.
S STOCK of new goods of conjecture. The plans call for a Clerk Joseph Price to lukcrhaiKU of the nnd Judge \\ ills allowed him /II> 's In For years It has been thought by many''

road from Jacksonville to Green Cove collector' office up to the dale, fKed for \vlilrli to prepare his bill I of except.OHM.Ju.lue that nn amendment; lo the Const;

Company direct from the !Springs" and, from there to Gainesville, his own retlrenienl, ,itlg. 1st. Wills t then commanded, Iheprisoners lulion was necessary In order lo uuthorle -
Factory, the terminus being on. .Ihe Gulf. coast In n. Wlllnrd was appointed Ills collector to Hland' up, .nnd nskvd them If drainage legislation, ; but I It wan decided .

g HIP v Iclnity of Tampn."Mr. ''. I of Pultmm; county. by (;iov. \\'. S. i' they hud nnylhlnff to any why sentence olh'rwl.e by the I'nltcd Males 1''
.. that we have just unpacked M.ihan: claims, that he is repre- Jennings the ..lInll1e.ol I'Hil to fill bhould not lie l ptisned upon them. Court wherein ,the Drainage Act under
: tenting. parties with abundant, capital jut Ihe unctplrcd" term of the late Kelly 8ii id; "I accept the verdict of the which the Everglades arc being drained,

locatedin and which is S build the road. The branch to SI. Augustine Frank C. Bl.intliard. who died In office. ]Jury for myself your honor, hut to far its was sustained by the United Slates, Circuit
is now now on D. M. Davidson Is concerned he I Is atl
will be only a spur Ihe mainline hie v as elected to the office in 1'>OI, court In and for the Southern District
the oldLoeb running on the west side of the St. 1'1116' ) and attain In l')08) And It Is more Innocent UN"any man within the Bound of of Florida, and also by by the U. S.
.5 exhibition at our store in Johns river." hail likely that he could have' contln- my voice. Circuit Court of Appeals.
JUht why this new road should cut out ued In office indefinitely, so popular. is Davidson said: "I have nothing to SAY, The bill I Introduced for the 1 Flora-
Ihe of Pulatka does your honor, except thnt: I nm Innocent. home drainage fashioned after the
the Howell Block city : not appear.Can he with the \oters of the counlv. was ;
Storeon (opposite it be possible that; It I Is the purposeof But the position was n political one, Judge Wills then sentenced each of Eve.glAdesmhu'llo\ Act. I Introduced 'I
.. the build rival the prisoners to life imprisonment nt Ihu'bill and, bhonly thereafter. Governor
projectors In a city at and one that required holder to go '
SS hard labor Uroward! '
postoffice) West Tocoi lore the people for and Governor Jennings
every two years ''
\\ hen there
sentenceas pronounced handed
rfleclion, and NVillntd has all alontfreitardcd came ,lo Tallahassee; and I Governor Ft',
\\ere no bl.mched: cheeks nor Hobs, no.nnYlhlll1l' .
street llroward of bill nnd
Lemon SONG-BIRDS. the office a copy mv
ns temporary.Tlie Mould
else thai Indicate that
I asked him to criticise It. He kindly
Everything in Furni- office of cashier of the Putnam
where the businesswill : :. National these men were about to enter n door consented lo do bo, saying thai he would,
1.\ bank I Is ,
; n ,permanent one provided -
'o'er which Inscribed "fiavo,, I
I Is
S song bird free in n live oak tree Hope gel Governor Jennings to consider I it
be conducted 'l( niture of the NEWEST I Has been singing Ibo whole day long, ; \\I is a Us place occupant dependant. pleased for the continuance directors. Behind Who ICnter here" They knew with him, as ho had had charge of the

thebuilding I And It seems tome there never can be only upon the ha/ards of business and better; at least. Kellcy did for he oiiceentered litigation above referred to. The next

during : PATTERN. :5 A softer, sweeter, happier( song.UN It Is nalisfnclory administration to n few on Just such n sentence. day ho returned the bill, suggesting that
Roth, hAve From
I prisoners "hope.\ ,
of our : wings arc tippedilh sombre dye, business men. The office of collector we eliminate everything \pertaining to
: But he gaily singshurt( sails in Ihe sky- depends the ha/ards. of politics; \\ hat can be learned they canto to Pa- Irrigation. ns it had been ably argued
I Montlng In perfect ecslnHy. nnd upon .... l.ilka: expecting n death sentence nnd that. Irrigation and drainage constituted
There'll be no troubleS Ihe fickleness of '.0"" .. There regarding their "hard labor for life
arc ;
moro limn one subject, nnd mailer properly
S :Now; sunlit boners of forest lowers[ was no choice for Mr.Villard, viewed 8enl"lIce"
ns A victory.
connected therewith which
Store about prices. We .S \Vllh blossoms arc bright by the way, from the standpoint s\-lnl're.I\ but Kelly and Du\'UlsonIll remain in the not allowed by the constitution., He '

New : guarantee : I While other birds with sonjr-bird uords, o resign politics for business, especially. Pnhttkn. : )Jail until their appeal cnn be decided also suggested a provision for notice to ,
the latter offered In the of '
n. more way
I Among the waving! ; tree tops play-: by the supreme court, and this 'I'' the Panics whose I.opertyl'a.. lo be '
to make them all salary.It: I i'
right. ThAt mocking-bird sl\an throat require six months
laxcd, lIving them an opportunity' lo be
\ Is doubtful If Ihe house hits
2 S I Is singing nlayith soft, sweet nOlI.I court At I".enllhey are alone In the cage hoard. 1 look the copy of my bill,
I His charming, chanfrinff roundel.ly.: ever harbored a more popular official there being no other while \prisoners, 1 struck out, Interlined and so amended it
SS than A. \Villard, though his Immediate I.
During the two WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The moonlight showers through unseen predecessor the late Frank Blanchard is to comply with the suggestions ninde.,

I poers, was himself. an Idol wIth the people., A Good Roads Meeting.In In the first bill, Ihe levy was provided
months of our S. Mr.Ylll.trd, hud, served the and I nm sure I did not strike It out, ns
True lovetth Its mystIcal previously
notice sent out
S We are agents for the 55 chairman of .the board of response to n some that was;, absolutely necessary and no objection
hile dreams, of delight county ns
stay in the S. S come on Iwo weeks ago a number of the repre- could be urged/ lo It. I handed
I winKs of the nilitf county commissioners. I lie is nn expert NiMitntne. citizens and of Hoi-
IAx'I'A..en this amended the clerk to
present quarterswe Ludden & Bates line of And the ing-suirrels. | 1'1-,, accountant nnd cxperimcnced In litter, "Flornhome Kvuka Mnnnville' In* telling him lo copy rush to I II as I wanted copy la introduce ,
S That mocking bird, his 't oicc still rings, commercial: matters.: I II" should and w ill lerlachen: and !Mariners Knke met in the
I it at that night's session. As
have decided to he files he mnkethu t Putnam. ; National a mo popular;
As AWAY faintly sings, Tow 1 11,11., Interlnchen on June 23d
he returned It lo I withdrewmy
soon AS me
PIANOS and ORGANS. \Vith! than 'cslerday.IlBNHY and errldenll'A.hl. ..
sweeter note on > : I and held an interesting meeting with
continue the Who NVillnrd's, successor will be : first bill And Introduced Ibis
hluTct1tNsri.Pithatka roads for Us
I good subject. amended bill, which passed and the
in the collector' office of course Is not
55 June 301 h. IQO)?. I II. T. Mann was chosen chairman and Governor vetoed It.ht'n .
.;/ Also the celebrated New S known.candidate Joseph Price will probably others.be I J. II.V3 He, secretary after \\ hich a \\- I learned. that the Governor
and there be
a may
discussion took
lively place regarding had vetoed the bill I was greatly Kurjirlscd -
Home Sewing Hachine. New Furniture Store. The democratic executive committee of Ihe best way to organi/e for local roads. but did not criticise, or blame ,,' t
the county will be called together bv
Great .. l Ex-Sheriff R. C. I Ion ell has this wt'ek : the chairman \I.. K. J. Kearnsule, in a Some were In favor of I the special\ lax Mm for so doing, ns his reasons store .
road district In the
opened\ a furniture store In the I lowell short lime and the committee will recommend ns provided statute good, there being no provision for a
Ulork and has had n force of men engaged 'lo the while others favored a local orgtmi/ntion! eiyof Lives.: I immediately wrote him ,
some one governor.iov.
In several carloads of without taxation. It was finally decided about the matter expressing my Mirrlsu -
: unpacking
(; '. Gilchrist has, stated thai In all
furniture and house furnishing !goods.Mr. vacancies to appoint one member from each pre- \:> and asking for n copy of the bill ustrenched
l I llowcll will do both a i\\holesule. county h, appointments. to fill commit, clod in dl.lrlcl0.:; .\, w hose work II hi m. \\'luen I received 11, I
will be guided b executive
Bargain Salein SiS HOWELL I anil retail business K\er: >,.1hlng In lite lee recommendations.Mr. > would consist In finding out how voters I found that the Governor was correct.'

I store' comes dnecl from the factor :and T. n. ll'ri11lhe, retiring cashier stood on the subject this committee to i This error Is not due lo any fault of the

B QJB 1 is of the ncuebl pnltcrn. of the Putnam. National bank was seen report nt A later meetingTho Governor or myself, except, thai I might
i !Mr. I lowell will tilso engage In. Iheplnno by the Nevis concerning his resignation following unmet were presented.IS. have guarded il more carefully M lien
I J. McLendon llollisler; J. JI. Wyhe, the bill enrolled
: and organ business nnd is agent for and future plans, nnd to nil questions replied was transcribed en-
order to disposeof iS the celebrated !Now; I Home sewing machine t thai he should decline lo make I Inu-rlut-hen, } I D.V.. Johnson Johnson groused etc., bill I thought It would be
nnd A. These
Fla. J. Koherson attended and ,
Palatka, ..Il"ement.J.! .. Merrill has been properly to I simply gnvuit
any call In each of
vestigeof men are to a meeting tho same attention I other
gyve my
every cashier of Ihe bank for Inn years, and heir respective prod iCtq. .
S much of the credit (for Us growth is dueto
our present stockso "I he following resolutions were presented I the Governor has fit
. . his efforts( am sorry seen
dr and ndopled : to say that the bill b would linvu been un-
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that we can enter . . :. . Smith-O'Hswver. \hereas, our bonrd of county comnissluners consit,tul tonal, even wilh the levy ,provided _ _
The hnv'Ing nclveitlsed, the sale' of because I it was d.nwnlhh a full _ _
New Store VI t hiuh noon, June 30th the home ofMi Minds! I In accordance \\-Illi the recent knowledge of every ruling of Ihu com Is _ _
with all New Goods. and Mrs C, J. ()'I liver at "Keukii ond. Issue for Ihe ptnposu of building on thu ICverghulu,: Omlm'Kcl., and
School \I n, (tin' scene of n beautiful; but. simple good roads throughout I the county, and was ;approved by those ho had been
This means that Homer Military and quiet, wedding when their eldest whereas, our district :No.' 5, hnvlngalendy through this I litigation..

daughter Miss Mary lllnkle (O'll.ucr, made ,several miles of good rondsy But what is the use of grieving/ over
during the present Oxford 1851, North- 1909 bur-llrai 1 was united I in marriage to Mr. Maxwell: I b \private, subscription, and other, dona- il? I It has: been often said: "There Is no

sc'i'.tlnijidKint.; :'i, 0"-jrsc. rreparsntorColIUKO Herman Smith, by Rev. J. S. Collier. ions, and whereas, II I Is the desire of usu 10lrle'o ever spilled mill" I '
summer we have (UiS.Vii.llJ. ..rthoU"< nun Vcn.lumles. Military i I The fair. bride looked iiueenlv: In u lie major: !t\ of the cill/ens and laxMivers thought the .amended bill was constIlulionul -
J tnil.iiu.-0 t .'i I 'I p'l' nriiunl ul." .1 1 It t ..n. ,unit iiinnly. cnrrluno. while lingerie gown nude piincets, of this district' that the proposed and so did others, bill the Governor ; w
"cut out" all Ideaof I Aeuiluiiiy, ",,"il I '", "I', j ''\l'ult.'I.i lu-rs. tiKluu dii lit ii) trimmed In prlnress lace, .anil hard road from Pulatka .across to the had the last. thought and Ihe List
L .1,1.1 '1.1 11" "i Ills lumllj. si'iurliig A
profit onClothing thud'nil\vAt" '>.'< :""l ,U','y:4t.v.: I l \\11'1 1, intt utllM.llttrH. Vtotlvrili earning u lovelv bouquet of bride's .U.ichim line beginning ut or near I'ntn- net. The bill Is dead ;and the diulnigedelajctl. ,,
tile In.IUna. i ",. illiHt >" r I '. Ititlin.M1!I '''im fart' no crowrtliiK.lit. roses and ferns, lied ss lilt white tulle d., thence to I Hunter, I Hollister, Mann: : I nm sorry, but I I cannot help b
rnoriilI 'u' I I L phi I el I:"u./i' I nurla:: training: : haYittlilotte ;and \t lilt a shower of lilies of the valle) I vllle, InlI"ch"II. I Keukn, Ktlgnr john- il. Very truly yours. ,
:: : ; ono I mill nmnlim track. BOOiirriw. blossoms In her
I urn nnrlc. and wearing orange son und \'McMeekln lu i the county line S. J. 1I1I1.'lts.
I In th snrlalatiuiMpliura
1.climAte.\ hclnl"'il w \'I..n'
ol niilnnl I'hrlstlan proplo The town uotud hnlr. The groom vi-as liniulsomel attired I be completed In accordancevllh I the I'alalKa July Isl.
, lor uwr a.uontnrv nx an cituontlnniil centre.CntiilmnipH FOR in the conventional. hlick. plans summitted to the voters before the ----
\ rcii'lv rorfllfttrlhntlnv. The pallor was ery artistically decorated bond election' nnd wheiens, we understood Public Inst llation.t.
HORNER MILITARY SCHOOL BiliousnessConstipation I in while water lilies and ferns.Thu that this would be one of the first .

Col.J. C. Homer Principal.Oxlord. N. C. bride and groom entered Ihe east I roads lo be put through when funds \vcre St. Johns Lodge, K. of P Is arranjln

I Headache door unattended: 10 the strains: ol Mendelssohn's on hand; and \\herens, there han been for an elaborate, public function' next

wedding march, beautifully I quite n lot of work slirted: and unfinished Thursday evening, the 8ih insl.II -
FurnishingGoods 111 Ill' :11: Ill, Ill' III I Il IndigestionDyspepsia rendered by Miss I.egle lilitch of llcaltt, on said road, therefore, be It I I will I be public I Installation; of i the
1/1I1/ !IIIn: 11a'; miL till ,111' and was softly pl.iyed: during. I the solemn" Resolved that it is the sense and wish new officers of the lodge, and all of t the

Store. y You cannot prevent Flatulency ceremony after which congratulations I of this meeting thai our board of county arenernll'uhlle; ho are Interested lire inv '
SiEg City Shoe Malaria were extended l b>' the relatives nnd commissioners& be, null, are hereby respectfully ited.M. I

: rlends[ requested to use every effort I. Johns lodge has tho largest/ membeiship .
._ w Chills & Fever The guests. Ihun assembled" In the dinIng I in their power to hate this road com of any K. of P. lodge In the
.:; ;:; ,; : I theFIRE JaundiceSleeplessness room vi here a luxurious course din (pleted as above described Ala. early n stale .and its lodge room (I the property; (If

$ If nor was served. The spacious. dining date .as \possible from our propoilioti" of Ihu lodge) Is one of Ihu best appointed
room was tastefully decorated InI bite the bonds v* hen ,olcl. in the entire south
I NervousnessLoss roses and pol plants And the effect n. a Kesolved that .these resolutions he 'I hu lodge hns Just had Ihe liullil big

i The latest pro- iiI but you can prevent of Appetite "most pleasing one. I submitted to our commissioners and alto wired for electric lighting put'.poses, .and I '

all disorders aris- In the north east corner of the boy pulished in our county papers. the hall can be made brilliant wIth incan
Hats and ij auctions In = 1 I and veranda. st hick WR' "made cosy w'lilt pol These resolutions were adopted by arising de.c"nlllghl" ofIll candle power each. .
I theLOSS ing from Torpid Liver. il.inls[ roses and :Spanish "moss I little vote, without dissenting voice. The work of Installing' new lights 'I
Miss Jonlta, joungesl sister of the bride, was entrusted to Siinils. liros. of this cltv.
TAKE IT NOW. prettily. ;attired ill white; .dolled nil iss, .and they have performed a job of which;.
k Queen Quality! = presided nt Ihe punch bow'I. INTERLACHEN ITEMS. they me proud. '
by insuring your TUB OENUINK h..he RED Zen The presents were many and! ,valuable On Thursday night the officers of '.1.
Shoes I In one .til.* front of ned a scsI' h paofcttg at: J. H. ZKIUM MtKi h.iKHBtvra and too numerous" lo "mention, proving \Kcv. J. F. Blackburn state' Nupi'rln-\ Johns lodge will lor the first lima wear '

Oxfords : property .. (10.: on th. >lil., to 1t"1J. Ihe popularity, of the bride nnd groom. I U'ndcnt, of Congregational Sun tiny Ihe elaborate new regalia of the order,

= of our reliable The bride Is well known and loved by schools, of Jacksonville, tilled the pulpit hich has just been received from Cincinnati ;

> ._- everyone for her gt'n lit' wnvs, beauts and \ here on !Siiiulny. Kcv. .-.. J. Tow n- and Ihe ceremony will be /grind: .
companies. culture. I' si'iid, comltirliMl services ul (.rove I'ark. .antI imposing. .
and that the presentIs Ankle-Strap = THE WORLDS 6REATESTSEWIN3 MACHINE The groom is a prominent businessman where Ir. blackburn juineil him in n The following the program fur IJ'" '

the of Jnclisom: ille nnd Is lulil! I In hljyhj: j 1; series of revival. muetintcs.Mrs. evening:
time to buy. wiumps ALIGHT RUNNING.Ifyonwantilthi'rn.VlhnitlnitBhiittUvRntnry. est esteem bv all who l knovi him I Opening Ode . by Lodge
We have "p ,ii. The out of 'town uesH were Mr. I IVann I Gertrude; Cook nnd t\\o Illlleil.uishHTs Prayer Rev. "'m. XVilile
plentyof H. FillIeyJucker&Y I c r 8 Bro. !Stitit' It, brother ol Ihe groom ul ; ,nro guests of her mother, Mrs. !solo . _.!Mrs. I.. A. Smith.

l..ikeland, Mivsn l EIInll111ouJl; I and I j Alice Gimo.V. Address .. K. Noblu Culhoun.; '

and = X ligle\ Uennelt of Jacksonville, Mi". ">. \ K. Purler formerly nn employe. of Inm.illaiion of Chancellor Commmder.Solo ; .
Colonial jj Roal Estate and Insurance I II. Illilch nud Miss I ogle I'.lilell 01.. the Rodman Lumber Company linn removeil . . ..Nouh' Tllghnum.

0""). Court I HOIIM. Pnliitlm, Flu' ()cain, Mis.. \\"lIlIlIc.'nlle of P.dalki, I Ills family to his former home I In I Insliill-ition . of X'lce Chancellor.

Summer I'liono I.H.M Mr. and, .Mrs. J. .M. Kelly of I llollisler, Liberty (;in.lion. Scarf Da no. . . Miss Oma ffcivls,
Majestic Ties. Jj J Mr. C. I 11. Price of Meliose, .b Ir. nndMrs. hn'tiillttion-------------, : Master of \\'orI"- .
J. I II. \\'>'lio and Mrs. E. .\. Ilrush J. I P. Porter his: lieunviv suc Piano Solo . . Miss Irene Leek.

-- of I Inlerl.ichen.Afler : cessful tleHtrovlnir' the coons Ihnt huve: Insl..illation. . of Master nt Arm. A ,
Ihe lnform.il reception. :hc I been ile\aslnlinihls, )'''"lIg peuch tree,*-. Recitation. . .!Mr. \%'. U. Tllff tmun.

Goods -TrT mlnN'mtorN I ;' ''' Notlro.OTIPK ( bride donned her going nnny gown of four ul least wOII'1 bother more. Installation. ..of Inner a id Outer Guard.. .!
,Iwrubv ulwn thnt JlilrtJrtms, (Ian: silk trimmed In black braiding and I Fed Steel and motes: (titno nrc Benediction.Social. .

I S ..II.. :tliiiiliile I Imn'iif IBS Au .,tail '. .. Jet bultons, and Ian hat. st ills blackplumes. : o\\-tiers of n new low bont Joint I. _______ _
MitiIlIit'i, A ... miii.I
II 01 ,
; tOI' n h. '.toh' the waters of Lake l.affoniln.:
IIERBERTCROOK '''.0..1..11I II titi', ; l hy IM.IIIIon to tlwtioiinlyim $ l'\Il'lroo"'Nlm'Io'I.ull 1 \ was a hand. Palatka Ball Team Away.
I'ounty' lorlila. l"Pr r rIi
j lunyiiniitlinr
'In all J 1101"0(If 1.0(1111 followlim ilHH..rll-I Home steel grnv.Amid Mrn. Josiah Fr.iser and younger chilil-
departments. v.1.tot 1.1 r'lli. '! ,''niiItO p'iS-loiiKlim to t h.. minim iif HII III showers of .1,',' und hearty, goodw ron \\eru ifuesls' for a f.(1:1)S, of f frlemU The Palutkti base. bull team Is In Gainesville ;. if

M Palatka. Fla. ".....,B_Hl. Iii "'ll I iil't,iii" I". I'lltnnin (,Mlllilv, IIi,., 'ishcH Ihe happv couple left( on Ih* J.Ailtrain : In Hollister. lodiy and this afturnoon o IllContest
Ii Iii. .M'i'LIOlt uN. 'l'o".h'I'' t I 1 with thu cel.-brated' Oak
Halls of f
!III .FlirkIil.,,"th. .If ItitilislI, t.t I..on.\. : (!Ii I to "'Ciii '""lit" for Vuldosla (0"., ami other points ;Mrs. S. %J. Cubnrn will be a Kiiest of thai cIty These clubs have
1t41 lii'iI lii fniiott'Iiniotiii'iii'Iiiii I moihvr ,anil rel'itivei. been .prelly
: t'tiiriY 10'I.lt the gioom'K
liur" 11111 ;k..I : : I her S. (i. Cuhurn of Palatka, and
.on. "
II iIN0t110 'tll : : true on tilt' oust evenly matched In other
JI'' ''III'. $111 : : ; itt lilt -Com.Complaint years, victories
ltjIilLL .
rlv.r'hl'h "k II. his friends, I lu en jov II Iniinch part) over
Jolt"' and defeats about
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.. owu'uIlit :
----- --- tilt. StOut iit'st '.11..0' 111",1 I In Children.lx (the Fourth. .
----- i.iiINuttU !. "'h.k' puIrsIllis'; th.."u-H North I lolliiwlimA.linliiNtriitnr Bits .1 .No fur Ilils year the homo team hns,
Fearnside 0' Aj'IlIc"tlo", fur... t T In"I It. I'. ..10111'S.pureilllMlr "hl"II",'IIr..",. w..t 11111,. 1111111. (III) eliulills toI \ six month "Id. tilt III IKdiiuitlitcr Mr. and M.... Joseph DeTllIn,, celebrated been confined In games on the local,

.. 14 hur..hV of 1 tt t IIlv.or lutist.:i :1ll.I:': I INN Nil: I IhM I :lit ii !II I''flu' or !iiiuit I ':.S11l41 1(111: 1 oI'h :Or.SLtut'k Stile"itWl'II N I'll'S; !I I ..r 1O"w": >', tt 1>;'I1 theirt. \\edillntruiinl\ursnry on Sat. grounds, and has had nothing but victor
A. i.t.ttilVIY
IItIIt.:: 1110 itt Ii Ilily Aught4. ..lIh','. '.... IIn. LII roll .0 lilt. fh"'" It'itiiS ,'I H.II"" I known iiinvlniiii uf Af.i( ''i'' viII, Vt., Inv lint, In an Informal,, way. CotifrrntuInliimH I los to chronicle
"hl eerLiii'Ilill I" 'Y .1 ., .....'h. 1"11110" S : ,,, .
11..1 N .h..1 I 0 iu111' tO it .t..k. tIti'iit'i' -s 47 ) tutu nil nitnek "of, cholnra liifni.iiiiiiI'liiiiiibi'ilniii'H and n number of pretty rentem.hu'ancos '
ha. nimlo."Iplle"tloll with, ,I"w.'0' "'*,'iii c.rlllU'.iilu ,- It 111 II Lilt' ilrt........'.lh..II"I I uut IHI-I.. 111,10" ,, ,'III.ln.II,ilul, 01 to ill"lt.ll ii t'ollit. (1h..h.r.| ...uitlI marked the day. t roJ't'r Irontment for U"n..
atHVnlaiu'H .. h..d..11" and
1 proiifrliffsSwSai5 tory Diarrhoea.Tlio
.. ( .11"" .. yII 1,11,1 If th" "t. John. river; feuultlo or HIIIKIK '! liri'iiil f.heus I iMnribopii Hnili-ill' w 'IllS jtl SOIl i nil l t
ClothingCo. "'I. ... tilt' lilt ilk a Awohj of last week the IICOloutds"
.illk" 0" /Wednesday
." : ..... &'a 1.ThO 1.: I Ito I iIlt.... .",.t"'ly to 111,1 jiitc0' Of....llUuiItflhillt.t'otiluul H,wlnv Miu'liluu write to elf I eltil I II ('''''' pI'-i, .. cii re. 'I 1 h Kui held the great mortality from dyaeiitery -
IliuM' t..o And. ,.I"'y.th." oiti.ittIut. fill 111W H1M! P"f'"l MMh!! C'f his 5ri iniue faf'H meellnic. was nt town ami diarrhoea U. due to a luck
:J.p;:( 'I; r.fltfl, Ill Of ........ lullure or ,t.e. r "' ly (IIOVHII of
110 'Item
5. ilultI' II. l"om's",1
....... .. lit Iii .1""lth'l t .I." ) I Idrm hull. J. ) an rrttafment .
.iiitt 'i..I. ''M'IIIII" .. till' lilt till'of .14. ... IIRIIWN INtl. () errn.. %1uaan. IIIOHI"11'nf bi so .1! eirii.U'nt'| In ill proper at the first ttnit\ .*
the 1..I1..r' .,,,'h .....cortttIltlltl'. certliit'ttl". .itii II itnl HIIIIIUMI 1 Amlnnian ileo.iMIlw. &fan..in.nch 'c. ,, n.I., In...it I, 'uiItsn of'trntiitt. mid wlim gIven' Hei-iii'dlnu\; to but It'i not up to tlRle-aU..ln were no or t :'s dlaeult. Ch"nib..rli"ln'K Colic
'1'. ... ....otM.B..eo..I1"Unh" Ill,1.1,"\\.1''" .....'.. ..III.. \ built ',<*w iZut.ltts i nt.ln M osap. taw r1"1"I I pil I ii" ti rtlri-cHoim I I PHII I'.. doubt Hatisfaelorily carried off to the Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy U a
1M red.willinI 0' AtlIftitit. A. i.It' Our RiurnitM fl i-rEt.n< nut I'onflttHite' *' majority.S. reliable mid rftecrual
lid tiiiy medicine
1110 1 relied with I''rf..t anti
Oil new Wlnir "n< upon ,
1.5110 Ihor..11 'vi\H tAL'ln", ,
". .11I"'n.' i"I tIll, ) .' m, ,lItlo,,. ITIoPi'i ftoltt by nulltorlavHl tl ulrri* Oftly, XVlii-it rHiltiefil' 't lni' w Hi I ,,,.tI. i. tHMHll I'enlon. who recently, passed. his 82d when given In reasonable tlmo will I

witness n.v,jjJiuI3'otlle",1 t '. lIltl.it1'N I !< } Aildri-1. M. \Hox l thi.) INmiimn.i pott 3AI.H SW II I. 1,1,,". .111 101..1.( .. WlllO, '. Inf I. bIrthday: Is feelinic very much better pri'vsll t tiny IunirrouB oonseqaeno-fli. _
ihe'I$ itIl. r \ : .J II. I'VtII. ISI'NtIork I'd' ,.. Fin.Ity *' I 4t. -i.tlinporliiiii'I Ill'' wli'n a niilleiinniiiHt. than lie bits for ionic time It hint bpcn l In use for many yearn _
Palatka CIr'"'' tjottrt, J.illtililili U. lIull. I II.U. I t'l.1 R. C. Howell l hit ulv..n in yiuinit' "rhlMioi. nnd has always met with unvarying. _
Fla. i SeB orsmner lor (ftooerte Beit In For sate I by Ackermmi-St-wnit\ Drug S or 6 doses ''666" will eur HII\' NUUOOI*. For sale by Aekertuautt -

See Stetson announceRlenl on Fourth )Ipel'e. I In the city. Prices &1 w&yi reB on bl,. Palatka. Fla. Co. 0,5CM of ChIlls and \'eV8r. ft tat il&o. .wart Drug Co.



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THE PALATKA NEWS priests and several protestant clergymen. IMPORTANT I TO No Special Agents. I I i

These ecclesiastics united in a request to ORANGEGROWERS.Form None of the parties, of the second part' I Mi iin1: ;

and Advertiser.Entered the captain that h. cancel his permission shall employ any traveling man, agent or Spring
to Russell. The Contract Proposed by solicitor for the sale of Its fruit.
at the Palathn captain did to. WI A.
as mailable matter ol the second Why did these clergymen, representing Citrus Exchange with Co. CopIes to Second Party. | and Novelties. erryday Co.l.hsztlertu
oloss. operative Local Asso )' .
various denominations
of Christians, Copies of all correspondence or -
object to Russell preaching? ciations. other matters in any manner affectini ,
PJbllshi-a at Palatka. Fla., on Because he preached doctrines the Interests of,the parties of the secont ft Remember that we IIII
Friday by unwarranted Terms Upon Which New OrgonUatio part shall be promptly forwarded by Ihe I I
by Scripture and repudiated Will Handle) Growers' Crop. respective agents to the parties of Hi! have this year addeda 1PAL.ATKA.

I, RUSSELL A VIOKERS.Wn. by every school of theology except a Below is the form of contractor agree. second part whose Interests are Involved. I Crate Material '

few Seventh Day Adventlsts. ment which the directors of the Florida Money Direct to Second Parties.The Popular Priced
A. RUSSELL EditorHIT "Paslor" Russell tells of his j"meJ'k Citrus; Exchange: purposes lo make boo party of the first purl shall cuusi

submission" to the order revoking his twecn itself, as (lie central agency, and Ihe fruit furnished by several l parlies 01 :Millinery Department t. 1 of all Kinds. ;

THE: BULLS EYE. permission to lronchon, the ship. In the the subsidiary assocIations lo bo organ' the second part to be. Hole) (gr thane' I
lIed throughout orange growing ditrlcts count of the party-of. lire second, -par 'and be) and see
Three week and while the act "Watch TowerHe Is n pious old of the lha and sure
ago stale, for the purpose of furnishing fruit, and full report Fruit'and.Vegetable
, ,r! requiring Florida newspapers to label all fraud, as any ono may plainly see by marketing the fruit of the assoclalio q.ccounlsules shall bo promptly rendered of I f

pald-for news manor, "advertising," was reading his glory, I lIe snys: members next season. This contract therefor, and payment of money mail the elegant line I
"For was adopted at the meeting of the execu. direct to the party of the second part
before Gov. Gilchrlst for his approval or by the episode our part, believing we were It unconcerned to live committee of the 1'lorida\ Fruit Exchange shipping such fruit, and a copy of the Trimmed Hats.on L '

I' disapproval, the Palalka News;; In a spirit use opportunities which the was Lord ours might held at Tampa, June 18. account sales shall be rendered lo the :

I of levity, but firm In the conviction that grant, and ours to be submissive and Proposed Form of Agreement party of the first part Said party of the I the left hand side

it was staling a truth, made the following patient if the opportunity for presenting second part shall be required to report
the truth to the public was denied." TillS AGREEMENT made this . promptly to the said party of Ihe firs store.
of the
editorial comment: Under day:! of..A.. D., 1909_ Ono part the non-payment of any drafts and "Wraps.Palaika ,
'r the circumstances the News Is '
"I'aslor Russell's sermons, now a -- 1 nousanu 'I\me rluncireu ana INinc, by acceptances received by them In setllt
Monday: katare of the Jacksonville compelled to believe even more firmlyIn and between tho Florida Citrus Ex. meat for fruit. -

Times-Union, furnishes a conspicuous the correctness of the statement that chnnge, a corporation duly organl/ci Estimates. I .

I example of the kind of labeled'advertising' 'news "many a truth Is spoken In jest," and It of and)existing under the laws of tho slat Each of tint parties of the second part Miss Kate L. Lucas, Florida. .
matter that will have to be Florida having 1t81 principal place of ,
in the went thai Gov.Oilchrist hereby reiterates Its first observation, so business nt the city ol Tampa, slate of shall furnish to the secretary of the pan I
of the first of the Palatka Fla.m7rmTrt'21m.
approves the act regulating strenuously repudiated by the Tampa !l'Iorldll. the party of the first part and her of boxes part of each an estimate of fruit num
variety controlled -
the publication In of article's Tribune Sundry corporations duly and
newspapers thai- I orgnnl/cd said second often !
by party ns as:
cither as news mailer or as existing under Ihe laws of Ihe state of
No live
01 newspaper would ever give so culled for by the board of directors of .
editorial, for the publication which Florida and persons whose .. -- -- -- -- -- -- -
corporate or --- ---
money has been paid, and prescribing much space lo "stuff" from an unknown individual signatures and seals are hereto said first parly. -_-- _. _-_
penalties for the violation there without being well paid for It. attached, hereinafter referred, lo as pnr. Carloads and Boxes. J'JLIJJJJ. n ._:: +---,- _-+--- S;: ...

of.' No live newspaper would ever On the other hand the Palatka News Is ties of the second part. That whenever In this contract the 3 n Bg III -== Ju tt'l.ar.o.:: :: : :Ehc.Icl.: ::: ::
I give so much space to 'stuff froman compelled to admit that as founder and WITNESSETIIi: That whereas the word "car" occurs, as relating to a carload Let us know your g II cy ===- .1
unknown without being well paid party of the first part has been organize of fruit, it shall be considered as FLORIDA.
for it." superintendent of the Millennial Dawn tor the purpose of engaging In the general containing the minimum fixed by the :i Ir;I I Drugs Chemicals, Druggist Stintii-us
Four days later the Tampa Tribune Propaganda, "Pastor" Russell's course In business of marketing and sellIng carriers, and whenever the word box g ill(I ana

published the following editorial, head buying "pure news matter" space lit live fruit( and other Florida products, and also occurs, It shall be considered as rcferrlni | Grocery | Patents.
for the purpose of acting as the agent for to the standard packed box, as adoptct II fRSSOftlfTIONS OARBFUI.L.Y
newspapers, while somewhat of In- : COMPOUNDED. i
ed "Such Is Fame: nn the several parties of the second part 1 In by this Exchange. II!
"The Falalka News Is very much novatlon-ln the mission field, Is nevertheless Ihe business of marketing and selling I i I [ main OIRDENBBED: Agents Mallory 5lrsmshlp' Lits
Responsibility of First ";
Party. .
Wants + .2 z. ;;o.-I"! !
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I annoyed at the conduct 01( the Jackson a wise use of the "opportunities oranges and other products owned and The + '3i.=:;;;:;_...
the first -
villa Times-Union and The Tribune which the Lord" and the mission fund controlled by the several parlies of the party part agrees tc a r: .
In priming I'siutor }Russell's sermons makes second part, use its best efforts lo sell, market and j Ft .-.. .....-... BA1I.RY T -"
\ery week. The News says: possible. NOTHEREFORE, II is hereby dispose of the fruIt belonging sail 3 and we will be pleased to n tsItlLLisb|| |

'No; live newspaper would ever giveso The governor's recent veto of a legislative agreed by and between the laid partIes parties of tho second part as aforesaid, :T: furnish you with the beet nT 51 Presidium '" d, Trw,
but it is, expressly agreed between the
much space to stuff (from an un : "freak" permits the of hereto: 51
known without being well paid for newspapers parties hereto that the said parly of tin goods obtainable nt mirpria-i! The G. Loper Bailey Co
1 II.' Florida (that arc so minded) to do a little Purposes and Objects. first part In the sale and disposal of salt :'1. F:
"faking" with Impunity.We fruit acts only of Ihe said ;} inK'y' ''ow prices. n
as agent par
"raster Russell, me v,ona-inmous That the purposes and objects of this U Fire Insurance
lies of the second and ;H
pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, - agreement are to devise and put Into part shall not beheld None but Firat-clnes goods LILi :
uill be greatly cast down to learn want that Democratic platform effect a system whereby tho citrus fruit liable for any loss that may result 4 J find shelf room here.Ve (
that he i. 'an unknown' to the Pal- convention controlled by the several corporations In disposing. such fruit, except as LILa Leading American ami FoMgjCompuuies
:aikn: News. Intelligent newspapermen to mnleriali/c.-Brooksvlllc and persons of the second part shall bo herein l provided. J want to convince you of this, u

everywhere will also Argus. _ sold and marketed by the said parly of Losses. j ao come and see for yourself, (u Li
doubtless feel some surprise that the - -- -- the first part in conformity lo the general The only losses assumed by the party '
imc'i-Unlon and The Tribune receive The name of the new Baptist pastor at plan hereinafter set forth. of the first part are those arising from 4 or, phone your order in to tJ: Accident Insurance:

pay for priming these sermons, Ocnla Is Gabby. The position Is one In LifeWithdrawal.This financial failures or default of purchaser No. 81 and it will receive LI uJ it
il while oilier less fortunate newspapers after having positively accepted the The Travelers
which there
: have to pay n good, round arc great opportunities for agreement shall continue In full fruit, which shall be paid by said firs !J prompt and careful atte'.- iiI ; 5 5 ot Hartford

sum for the privilege of using them. making good. force for the period of five years from party as a legitimate expense of the Kx. tion. a
"Pastor Kusscll may not be quite as and after thC dale hereof, and shall the change. '4 Life Insurance:

well known as Editor Russell of the Taylor county held a "a ci" or "dry" terminate and cease to be binding upon Claims. i Free delivery.ccctcctccccutctcrt. :: EASY ANO SAFE TO USE
I'abika News, but he has succeeded, election yesterday with what result had Ihe several parties hereto, provided that ,
at least, in holding the pastorale of any of the parties of the second part may The party of the first part shall cslab '4 The Old Ileliabl.) "((.JennnusLife"
w hat is probably the foremost church not been: learned nl the time of going to withdraw from this agreement by giving halt a claim deparlmenl for Iho collection jig' 51Ft INEXPENSIVE.

in the world and In securing a congregation ... written notice 01 such withdrawal the< of all claims against railroads and Irans Im. Stephens g gg : I of New Y.uk,.
limited only by the bounds party of the first part such notice to be portatlon companies, and at the requestof ,
of cl..ill1atloll. Ills sermons may The Fourth of July w 111 be quietly observed ,iled within the ten Jays next preceding. any of the parties of the second part KLLS! LICE

1 not appeal to the Falatka: News, but In Putnam county this year. Our he day of Ihe annual meeting of Ihe the party of the first part shall to the Grocer, B Marine Insurance:

they do a"I'eallo millions of readersIn people arc not much given lo hilarity/ on'' f'loridn Citrus Exchange, and thereupon best of Us ability collect and prosecute M 'On
every country on the globe and Sunday.A all further rights and privileges under on behalf! of the party at Interest any !: Kirby ana nlorrla Streets, rj (ON ALL LIVE STOCK. The Leadimg (('u< >"nimMiei.\| .
his shall claim for ovcr-chargo loss and dam
they are so highly appreciated by contract cease and determine, or
Ih,' readers of 'I he Tribune thai letters ,o far ns the party withdrawing Is con. ago not herein provided for and also, | Palatka, Florida. :1 i DISINFECTS.::
come In every day or Iwo from scientist has recently repudiated the corned. upon the approval of Us Board of Oirec H All: : Claims Promptly
subscriber4), urging that they be continued theory that the moon is a discarded portion ors, bringing suit and prosecuting tin R: I| CLEANSES.
of the
towers Party of t.he First Part.,
as a regular feature It is not of the earth. Of course thIs also same In the courts, all nl the expense of 1,1rrr.rrrrrrrrrrr51,51European PURIFIES. Settled
the fault of faster Russell that Editor. That the said party of the first part I Is he parly of the first part. -- -- I
puts a to n belief In the
Russell has never heard of him anymore cheese origin. green the hereby appointed of the, several made and constituted I Associations and Growers' Contracts I II has 10 many useg hit It I Is Omen 115 Front St I I'0'/ iri.la.
lli.iu) It is the fault of 7'I' 'I9OO agent parties of the Restaurant
Every Exchange becoming a party to
/ second with full I necessity on farm.
part, power! to execute I every
of the
80,000,0(10( people of the United : his contract shall furnish to the
f With the conviction of Kelley/ and and carry out nil the leI,ms of this agreement party '
States that they have never heard and shnll have the exclusive of the first part a copy of the conlrac, Furnished Rooms wETIrE: : SCream
of Editor Dav'Idson and rightto I CURES MANGE
Kusscll. I their sentence to life imprisonment between such exchange and association, SCAB.RINGWORMSCRATCHS.
market and
shall market, sell and dispose
f r The editor of the Palatka News is II Is possible that High of the citrus fruits handled by the and also a copy of the contract' between and Cold Baths, I : VermifugeTHE

; quite willing to subscribe to all the editor Springs may now be annexed lo Florida .e\'ernlpllrllea of Ihc second part so long associations and growers or the exchange AtCHAS I

I of the Tampa Tribune has to say and its people ndmltted to fellowship. as they shall respectively continue to be and the growers. Destroys All Disease Germs
parties to in
concerning his own lack of fame. In agreement, pursuance corporations have hereunto caused its KUPPER USCH'S GUARANTEED
At a recent roll call in the United of and In compliance with the terms of DRIVES AWAY FLuB
:, fact he (eels that the Tribune has treated this agreement. But the of the corporate" name and seal to be affixed by
\ Slates senate, the only democrat to vote the President and Secretary thereunto Palatkn. P1*. ......
: him liberally But Editor Russell was .econd part reserve to themselves al nil rim sr WORMREMEDY
with the republicans Senator duly authorl/ed by resolution of Its<
was James
not under discussion, and neither was times each for himself the right to reguLate --
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P. Tallafcrro ol Florid. his Board of Directors duly passed and -------- --- AckermanStewariDrug
ol course own production, shipments, HC
, Ihe Tampa Tribune-until It "bulled" In adopted, and said have each I
persons :
Ills just possible the Florida senator was leclion of markets and sales Cheap Tickets to New York.
and by the fierceness of Us defense ol I However, :till parties recognl/c thai the hereunto affixed their Individual names I Co.
right, and all the other democrats w rong. and seals.-I lorida Fruit and Produce The Atlantic I iv ?
Pastor Russell, virtually conceded that Interest of the producer is to secure consumption Count Mile Ry "v<>r.v /
the :News bad hit the bull's eve.Vho of all the product, that consumption News Mimdnv. and Thnrmluv lit-Klntiltifr: S vn FOU" PttBB BOOITli--
Innumerable heal prostrations in such depends distribution and ----- with JutiH 1711), HIM! iMintliiiiliitf to THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
\ Is "Pastor" Russell? To what upon s. -.afl....... ._.. .
northern cities its New York, Baltimore, steadiness of supply at a reasonable price Quaker Oats Griddle Cakes liiK'l" 11111 h. will Hell rniintl tilp ""'A". Or ssnntInNS' .
denomination of Christians does he be- mil that this can only be accomplished ichfts to NY"l'lt.. with IIlopII\.r THf aiNUINK MEFAHCO O"LV 11
long? Is ha already famous, or is he just Philadelphia and Washington, have a through co-operation.) Therefore, the Try them today! rlvllf.jfp> HI Itlulniiiiiid! WnHhliiir- )Kor a mild, easy action nf the bowels Ballard-Snow Liniment Co

now entering systematic tendency to make the average Pubtkan first Party will at all times advise as to toil, ibsit I more niui fhilnoVlphln I I 1\, ,,1111(1.> 'loso or Doun's Itpinilcr ST. LOUIS, MO
upon campaign grateful that the lines have (fallen to him markets, and, in case of emergency, toprevent The family that hasn't eaten Quaker r""or $a;; Tiekitrg ar., limited to ri,- (Is "i-noutrh, Treatment cures hnbltnH -
of advertising In order to secureit Oats griddle cakes has urn ro Sept. Doth nmlputliin.' 25 Hold by Ai'konmin-KI,
In such n pleasant summer resort. scarcity of fruit and curtailment a delightful surprise ventsn box ARk
? These arc the "questions before the of consumption In some markets w Ith a coming to it Besides the delicious your
house." The Pcnsacola Evening News Is doing consequent oversupply and deteriorationof / flavor, there is the pleasure ol .- -

The !News: did not know the answer Its full part In advancing the interests of fruit in others, will exercise Its dis knowing you can eat all want and -
crelion as to diversions and m.irkets you ,
; to the first two questions three weeks Its home city. A recent special edition provided II.althe party of the first par, the more you eat the better for you. ; c\ I PiCTORIM1vtEw ;; ;;.

I, ago, though It was positive that the of that paper, filled to the nozzle with shall at all limes consult the party mak The best of all foods for anyone \ N4sltntl.&LIDOD

"Paslor" Is an "unknown," and morally facts figures, faces and facades, has certainly lag the shipment: before diverting cars wanting more strength and vigor. it4Lf* LIBRARY
certain that ho had entered made from any destination, and in case of objection uArsAl__ .0 5151A
upon a campaign west FlorIdians proud ol being made by the party shIpping Hundreds of thousands of packages (

of advertising to secure fame- their chief city and excited the envy of the fruit lo the proposed market, then of Quaker Oats are consumed in Germany O

and converts. the balance of usVilliam Bloxham the party shipping the fruit shall have the annually and almost all of ItI Is Vlo"O,0... \ .

And the News was not alone in Its Crawford and his Pensacola Evening right to have such car of fruit diverted eaten in the form of Quaker Oats

ignorance. During the past three weeksit News are certainly entitled to the unstinted lect lo any; provided of the auction that no markets party accepting II may se nn griddle cakes. In the New York

has, however, been making some Inquiries praise of Pensacolans. assignment cereal of
lo ship to a certain market, restaurant the Quaker Oats
ft has propounded the question, shall be allowed to divert such shipment Company these griddle cakes *

"Who Is Pastor Russell to more than a The Times-Union's proposition of a without the consent of the lorida popular, are very IL J &mJr ILllJP>< saved

; dozen of the best known clergymen In hard-surfaced road from Jacksonville to Citrus Exchange. -,
All books, records Here's the beat for
accounts, con recipe making
Florida, representing four of the leading Tampa to be built at the cost of the re tracts, and other documents affecting the them: (-rI.D.Q :. MARK}

denominations. Not one of them hade spective counties through which would business to be carried on by the party of

\en heard of Pastor Russell until they pass is seconded by*lie Tampa Tribune, the first part as the agent of the several flour* cup.: teaspoonful Quaker Cats 8111'(uncooked t ): IJt cup means JMJ1flllJ\ \ free

saw his sermons published in a Florida It would not add to the cost of road- PartIeS of the second part, shall nt alltiuiim dmolte In two tableipoonfuli teaspoonful hot soda- i
during business hours bo
nevv ipapcr. building/ materially; If at all, If the counties the Inspection of open to ttaipoonful baklnl, powder fmii In flour.2K: I JbwMMtlMM '

It hns also asked the samo question of Ijlnff between would Join in the :any of the parties of any the representative second part who of cum Hvhtlr lour I milk or buttermilk; 2 sees bruit I or Library Slips will be accepted in full for subscriptions to

21 educated laymen representing different movement with Hlllboroiigh and Duval.! shall produce to the party of the first : lableipoootul sugar: t or a tablosnoonfult I

denominations. Not a single one ol Times-Union Short Talks. Putnam part make proper such examination.evidence of authority to of milk). moiled butter (according to rIchness The Palatka News

them had ever heard of Paslor Russell county' Is about ready lo establish Us ProceMl Soak Quaker Oats over night IB for ,

until they saw his sermons published In link Expenses. milk. In Ihe morning mix and Hit flour, sods I or iubicription to standard magazines or for ooolcs. Catalog lent for 2 cent stamp.

.' the Florida TimesUnion.The All fruit shall be assessed alike per sugar and .oll-.dd! slits lo Quaker Call
box, to pay any and all legitimate mixture and quantify. of molted
expenses butter add
!News: Is now enabled lo supply Anent his reported candidacy for the
thai the : .
Exchange' mny be put tom eggs bool.nll.hIl7-bOlllhorou.hl, and cook Library
this Information. U. S. Senate to succeed Sannlor Tulip the handling of said frull and operating .. griddle. c"kea-Ibo. make jour mouth Slips are FREE

Pastor Charles T. Russell Is the ferro next year, the Miami Metropolis said Exchange, said rate of assessment Water for more.

FOUNDER and SUPERINTENDENT represents ex.Gov. Rroward as saying: said Exchange.lo be fixed by the directors of Corr.ct.d. A also K Library Slip appear In each l..u. of tliii new.paper. Clip It out and .av. It_

of the MILLENNIAL) : DAWN PROPA "No I would rather not make the race. Inspector of Village School djurntlon- 0 | hold products combine It with the Library Slips packed with the following house

GANDA.: Sounds biff, doesn't It? lie It takes money and time; but I Imny have Assessment Ing class)-:Now' my boy what Is nn '. a., (

holds a pnslorale In Brooklyn, N. Y., It to do. Some of my friends have make The said parly of the first part shall 1.10111111 Pupil (dejectedlydunno) ArrnnurHOfst Stoats.; Brand. of cannel rnlwt ....i'I?':': I..r.r;: Th
a statement within fora, Horn ,
thirty days )
where lie "hires a hall" in a thickly set asked me If I would run, and I have told from the first day of September of each Inspector- Well, for Instance, Armonr', pollnt unit nrvlted M.... 5,1,1 all I H-O Product
tied district them could I ride from here to France I'u.I'll eREYJEW0 Armour I rtlar IIlk..1 l llnam Cernmre-Amerlcan Coffee: ant Tea
and which that I wouldn't and
hall he that
I ,
calls deny might year a readjustment of such Arinuiir
statement REVIEWS, : Fxtrni.t of heat! Golilen I'tlr' Macaroni KuoUlM,
(brightening up)-Noa, .Ir. tunt ,,
the "Brooklyn Tabernacle." run, and I reserved the right If I wanted once a month covering all ship J'ercouldn't Ar.r.. Suliihl |l..f HIMIBjtleUl, etc.
In ments made up lo the time of the statement for feyther saw yer on boas Armour:: Luncheon neat Itelile > Licorice PuMlllee.a he Now -
religion can be cl.nseil with lo. the question Is, are the peo or readjustment and levy back t'other day an' sed ns how he'd 0 nnnnvr Clilorldo I at Lima {ell-o Ice Cream Powderlennen'vlalcum
assessment ,
such noted "cranks" as- pie of Florida going to demand this on the partIes of the second part lay a shllllu' yor eoni
Rev. John Alexander Dowle, lalu hum great sacrifice on the part of their lategovernor according to tho number of boxes without a-wabblln OCT. -London Spare ,::r'- 1I..lurp. | INoy.1 t nuuli/coewi,) Much Mince Meat
bug-In chief of Zion City, 111,- ? shipped. Such assessment shall be due \laments.Illbbs t it&g; ImnUl.ya lienrilnley'i' Acme Prnimt Hutter I'ro-phy-lac-tic Polnpeian' MaMflge'rootra Cream Hruahe
I I I: : : Hhrnlilnl Cmttioii"
Prince Michael, head of Ihu "FI 'InrRollers" within three days from dale on which it llr.ir.islry's' Slur': Bontl, 'm.1I Pummo' (a vlycerlne: pitmicel Boap
> Tommy-Pop. what N n skeptic? is made. In the event of failure or ne -That's n pretty, loud vest you Cllilitnttliikliin. rawdcr"nr.lhy 1 I..... Bcrub-K (Hcourlna Soap. )
F l propaganda, mid_ Tommy1 1'01'-\ nlfoptic! ray son. I Isis il"cllo pay any such a."ssmenl'lIhln have on, old man. V uuliuur.. ((0r1l1lu 1 >Blir.J, cocMuul "Hunny 3 In One"Momlny Ui lass Laundry, uouMlioUl SnIp bios)
Apostle Josi>]'li Smith, founder of the I'er.oll'bo doubts anything you are ten days from Its dato the party of the Gibbs-Yes; the doctor sold I must

"Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day .uro Philadelphia rterorj.! for first Carl may refuse to handle any fruit keep n cheek on my stomach. 7 Save Library Slips Like Pennies
Saints"-vlligarly called 1\Iormons-lInd I I delinquent parly until all assessments '

Us first president. WhIle shooting lit Wool, Dorset Eng- past duu have been paid. Delicious $ One Fun Library; "SUp equ" One Cent
Bonds of Puddings ; Fractional Library
The only difference Is that these land n farmer fired at a bare and Agents.Agents ei Bp.5051, Slips 'siT"n* of one "nt- Add fr"elion'
shall be selected and to make" Full Library Slip. 100 Full
cranks had already mIssed It. The hare mode for employed Library
acquired f.me-Pas. a hcdga V o '" exchange '
"Jl" value
from 01'
by lie Iartyof the first $1.00. Commence out
t and In part, on salaries collecting to-day by cutting
got caught
lor Russell Is chafing it. a wire. The tRrmCI'IIred Yn Slip in this advertisement
or brokerage and each
be required and learn how
quickly :
Pastor Russell Is not a "crank" because again, and the shotS cut the wire. lo furnish a satisfactory bond In some i JELLOICE Library
the The hare thus freed got away to ton responsible 'I I I INSTRUCTIONS Bringyour
Palaika News lays so. 0, no! guarantee company for the "" Library Slipa to
; But because lIe'rl1Cs It Into chagrin of tho "portsmnn. London (faithful performance of his duties.intOrnat.IOn p. CREAM "TT"Redemption"""'?"" '' Newspaper Ollic, our titi4
every ser AgentsWrite
Telegraph. as to Prices. '___ plainly In letter form
mon that he causes lo be _: exactly what'
published ----- ---- The o-.s-----: Powder lubicription or boos'you deni...
parly of the first shall
and part require
.Ln $100 Kcwaril #' 100.I () Its agents to keep it fully In'ormed as to Ml* tore ther ..no Dtcka.. huG let 4 Always Send 6stamP5 centt
uwiiunu vivrgyinvn of me leauing( and I h" wnrtftM of thin imper will I ba nVafieil to the condition of the market, the arrival Cream r.wJcr (any flavor) and twobenpinff trade
recognised tsar that liter I In m l I. denominations of the fruit SAVE
the THIS
who know lhsI'ciicO| but beuu liSle to pure In all Ha wholesale olv. in a utile cold mi'Ik.: S..hl..I.. ; GW
him so regard him 5 ,,*... nutl that Iff Cfitnrrh Hat,'. Catarrhitrttlttthe.only aad retail prices of fruit In their respective lure Into out quart of bollit.r milk and with Christy
ponluve cur now known districts and furnish cook: until sufficiently* thick,tuu.lly from S n
I o in t1tltnaBneh picture
Ir Proof? ..... ... ::j
h-tmeilloat .rn",. CAtAtrh Imlntr. a onnliCllUoi.nl .a. to two mi nut serve with tnllk,
On May 10th HO1) dlnimjle, rn'|illrn. a, annMtllutliinnlivatinunl formation as may be required of them, cream or any good puddio* .auc. UHB your u.UJ"e.... sest.Hgw """ l4 catalog and
"Pastor" Russell .. Hull a Catarrh Ourit IM taken Internally and such Information shall bo Immediately double boiler or tir constantly preventcorchlDff. j \ ,.. sva cnVtPitsiy .
I sailed for Europe on the "Maurelanla." ,, actlnir Ulremly upon ino bUrnt< and transmitted by said! parly of Ihe May b.famished with...._ Local s u.-v.os a.a I. ",.11 pock.1
I Ho the tnuonii*turrnce of the Njmom, thcnl>y ilwatroylniclha i first part 10 all the parties of the second berric*or aor small fruits. ..... '1:1..t: 1J.'f'J1I1'ffi1; t 1:1"j: 1') andBook
sought captain and secured permission foundation i>f the ',,, and giv : Stir a package JolUO Toe Cream Dea1e Oman .- Magazine
r. ing tliu patient I airi-nffth by bulldluf Ills part. j : i u.n.a ee VH.; .*... OSbO
up _
lo : Powder ..
preach to the ship's oonatltutltm : into a quart of milk and for S
passengers sod M nlatlnjf nutura he payment
In dulnii IM Company
Quotations Second i make two of Una ic. ma5azlCssk3inJ .uUcDp,,,,,. te ihl.
and hold "religious" services In the work lua pruprlatoia bav r> mitoh, 1.lb, In Ite by Parties. quart cream atone nnitfmptr
oiiriiilve powor that in., oCnr On. Hm, 1nd cent a dish.a. d S>**'Two Cc KT ST.M.roai I 14th
cabin. Uollareforanr a... thai It WU la ours. Band No schedule of prices or quotations .It*a p an flpsw.r*. f ,*.&. *.25., see, 2 CATLO.S50 Wu.Pocurr 118 Wes
Amoiiz the fur lint of teatlibfinlnlaI. shall be Issued or be distributed by Illustrated Book Jroe.Tic ... _c_. ..... .
: other passengers the any jl lteoip i t. ...... P.latka !I.w., 2 SI roil
on ..
J.OBJIfEY:! a CO", Toledo,O. of the parties of the second __ LU...... ..._ --- -- -
part, except Genctec Pare Feed Cv.Le N.Y.
ship war Iwo Cuihollo T.... IlIJ. ..... _____.. _
bishops two Ball's family Pllla Mr eooaupatlon. <- 'M"N "" TOrE,
through the of the tint ,
party part tSHACVuOiqopq ,...
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City Blue John long the faithful- horse of I .. .'
Crescent Hews
the late Dr. G F. Spra8uo, Is to be sold FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

._ to some ono who would appreciate a I

!lififififififi! ! 1 1Howard's i Weather ICeport.p"iiture -- good for kind animal treatment.and who Blue hns John n rcpiilntlo Is som Nervous Women I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Effective June 17, IPO9PAI.ATKA

I Or..cont. aI 0lt7,. IICO''" for th<> w.ek ond.JIIII. whlll along In years but he still has Iho Nu.86 I No. 2\1\ I MAIN LINE I Nu. 7. No. 82

Mn>. Mln"SaW fire of )youth and ninny ycnrs of usefu DAILY D.\ILt.l DAII.Y DAILY

Dustless ". v -. ftaS1. ror'hr. "'f ness before him If considerately trentec For nervous, tired women \vo recommend Car- T. ..ii"iii, I"n 10 uiiii'00011I i IT.v'Jiiil. 1.AU.'lilIO vrn-ff;; ;Ar 11"W'' tm" 11I 700 SIlO 0'aliI"

,19. ... Dr. Berger o V7 III 11 (,II .m II.v .:a.. I'allllk... Lv 0 011 m 0 "" '''1I
KBSffiS Si S g r 1U Prof. Floyd of the Agrlcultural dui. Car ui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifically I 01 m 82 I'''' Lv. ".,nulld .L. B .0 pili 211 aIR Pllllmao u reet Pa rlor tar.I .

Duster m i Si' Jusauay.. M (B w (, ;70 J Experiment station addressed a on the female organs and has a tonic, building I : ::: UH::: It: 'N :",t ::'' a. :t:, = r.:: : g :::: """ral.d oa 'raID. 110 and is b..
S3 anoilay 79 no rait Ji B good shed audience; of fruit growers and 10"" plU 18 IIfI pm "' .... 1 20 "10 a 27 am 1..0 J.ck.oovllle DOC! )1101111.
rhemloMly treated" JfiB at. 'iimraitBy. HI III i 5! 81 4u;' other citizens effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful 10." I'm ,. .. .... ... L.a.. pro I.. am
Thin I la a I l .'rldn\ no vu Si ICU 7oK at the Auditorium Sourday If 10 .7 "IR 01IJI\ pm Lv. .Rorkl.O..Lv 112 d pili 1.. a'" .

ffi oloth for c-hairs cleaning or other windows, furnlgj I.tlll'O. I n. HILLIAMS. Obnnrrrr, i afternoon. Dr Burger discussed ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. you H a: ,I ; Z ::: ,L .SI 'llh : ::.. ,t .n r.::: t M :::: 1".00 PaU1IIao Ne.. Dultet'iok aud BI.ap..r KolgbltI b.

r I Aistlnit' .Li which it coli .. .. the white fly peit and meu-nires to litstroyMl suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui j I I s an. 7 o I.... ,tv ... I'I.rp. J..,. 10 .0 .'" ,,12U p.u K.y ov.r A.. C. L. LIU. noub 01I
or met. ..."" "" "" ..... ....... I 8.' om V 11 \\' I'olm U.'b I.. 8 0'0 I s ...u 1'''' I J aol"oovlIl.l. baud'''''' 00 nal".
l hoA at ame time. It t... and made n moRt cnlcrliiinln\ at once and give it a fuir trial. "' /,. '11..1. ..I.. OllOalllO., .. ", I. 6alldU.

lIO.nethlng. every boneekeeperhonld wll8bedBnll .. Personal and Social. .. $i t.ilk Ai a result ll Is probable that i a ,; :::: ":::::: wn ::::: .; : ': : : :' ::::::: fJ ::: .

hav", lau be local organl/atlon\ will be cffectct III.' ". ... ... I...". K..t.. ....."' .:.::.::1 14. ...
\I.ed tlII cloth weare onto ... .. .. .. II '_.''n .. r ,, K'l..I. 100 om
.. II\Khl.\ d I
.. battle =
.. "" "" '" 10 with the pest and n commute "" . : .
tblng. an'I wI .. "..... ., .... .. ..
It II a'0\1 g'eat to ee It. Alk abontIt W. F. Glynn and Kirk !M. While has been appointed( to gel up plans for TAKE ."" .. .. . .... ... .. ...".

wBnt BtLounds) spent Monday In Jacksonville. such an organl/atlon. The plan Is for CARD U I IJ .""n f" .rllo.";;; -;; 'l'hllralaf'ilv.t; K.y 'Vot;" -

I Drug Store. Hon. and Mrs.! J. II. Hiirp each grower lo contribute to the organ rrll..nv.. 1'1"", ,""..,.. nn" 8"rd..,..d"pDrlll"' IrOIR K01 Wo.l.
spent several ,,"., .
zallon In 'ndn'o. .I..o..hy. all<'l "rlto, .arrlYal. .11<1 doparlnro, at lIavan.,
creleent City. Fla. days la Pntatka Instcuk.. proportion to the number of

I trees he cullivatcs, and from the BRANCH

Y; !fififilififilififiI ! ! for Mrs.Ihc C.remainder S, Gowcn of bas Iho summer gone lo season.Maine |>urse lo send a man to destroy the comma fly n. If Will Help You 35 : I...... K' II- K'r"I'AI.ATKA 1' Arrh.-rL.-1, PALATKA TO BAST Arrl.tiaiJ'.hllka

I 11 appears. The plan Is meeting general 1'.LA1'KA :/ PALATKA I'alalk
\Miss .. .
Ruby \Mathis left last ------ -- --- -
week for approval. The while '
: READ: "I Sonlh Carolina on nn extendedisli fly has only reccnlly Cardui and writes I .III II:........ o. 100'IaIlY. ........ 811II"11I a 10..n .... ....1'1'... 101 I'ftllv......... n.... 'alll
M, H to made Its appearance In CrcsccnCtly 'Mrs. W. \V. Gardner, of Taducah, Ky., tried : 010 nlll ...........::0.0. I relatives and friends. ......... ::0.0. 1'" .....,.. ......... ......
I i n"II., not think Cardui i grand.' I have been -usii.ir it for eleven years. 11'.11I U.IIY. a ftCl alii II 23 "III .1010. 100 1'.lIy... 11.0.11I
yet scattered. It Is Imorlant "I lt just I 111'11I ..........::0..., 1<" 11011'......... I :I1"" 0111'''' ......... .1010. 1"7 ""IIY......... 8 10 Im
REAL ESTATE. I. Miss Lillian Appleby expects lo leave that the work of exlermlnallo I am 48 years old nnd feel like different woman SInce i have been 4 I"" 1"" ,..........10.10'1 l.aIlY..... .110 pili .1If'1'''' ...........1'... I"" I.ally...... 41\0\1''''
3 I '''" ..........::0.0. II.. 'h.lly. .. a. 1"" a OIl ""m .... ......1'... III 1'.lIy.' ........ 0 In 1"11o
In a few days for a visit with relatives be begun nt once. taking it. I used to sutfcr from 'bearing down' aim, nervousness j e,1, 1'''' '......... 11:1.lIy.:- ......,.. 011II1'11' 700 pu ..... .No. 1111 1'.lIy.' .. .. 72U 1'"'

Crescent City, Fla. lad friends in South Carolina. Rev. Dr. D. \M. Iteeves and family exect and BleeplcBuness) but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. ". -

The Misses Hlscock of Gcorgctou > to leave next week for Binning 11 highly recommend Cardni! for young and old." Try it SAN MATEO BRANCH
The Howe property-"OresJ] J hne been the guests for the past week lam, Aln., where they will In future re AT ALL DRUG STORES Lon\t> East; K.An'r 1'ALATKA 1O nrlva fan; ; Ifaveann BAN MA1KO TO EAKT ArrlveKartMHIOO
Hill"-1. now on the market l'O'Olkll' [ PAN MA'IKO: II Matoo 1-ALATKA I'alalhaH
cent of Miss Minnie Aile II. side. They lime three sons at or neah.it -.- .- -

x Mr. and Mrs. Borscn visited Palalka on place and at lenil two of the young 8 90 amI No. 101 Dally. ..?. M am (" 00 amI ....=. ;.. 101 I>allj......... 0 90; am
Particular attention given: to \ will m pra No, 107 Dally 8 40 pin 46 i>'m ..... No. IUS I Dally........./ 4 V pm
their launch last Tuesday having as their men make their home with thelmrenls ._ .. .. .. .
listed --- ------- -- -- -- - -
Crenoent City property gucsls Rev. E. P. Butler and Miss\ Butler. after becoming settled. Rev. Dr No. fII'l| No. fi7 No. MDally I No. MDally No. No"I"I 'No- "*". M I N" M I >um

with me. Misses Bessie A. Neat Florence New- Reeves WOI for seven jcnrs the much Tha First Mat all.Tbcro THE WEARY WAY Dally Dally 1'1.11. MAVPnnr BRANCA/ 1)ny,| I |).||621 Dijr|| j ,)iiy|| |! Jir7IOPMannpN ( ||

"M""IY"" e -M loved rumor o( |)lo Presbyterian church are nt lenst fifty-nine metnla ,....._. wl ..
"", bold Ida Reeves anil Mabel\ Andersen 900W1000AH ft4BAH > kM 40 U' 8 n 1 00 M 6 to. 0 Wl PM
icrc, and under his ministrations the known to the chemist. At the ilnwn 7 ftl PM I 5 411 PM 2 411 W 10 '0.H A M M ...........". ..111./0/ no >. s 04 >0,12,| in ra it 90 m n 411\ PM
- spent last Friday and Saturday In St. Augustine Dully KecomiiM' I-.PHH WuarlMome 7 f>7 "'I 0 r,3, ml 9 47 ..1 10 40 ini, t 81 Ul lr..Alln.lla Di AM 7I/ uil'J 18 PN ft II W H 4K M..
I.: Spn.cer: : sight seeing.vV. church was greatly\ prospered both In a of hi.tory there wero only four- A. spiritual and material per tin, gold/: and silver. TUri'c- more
\ R SauinK-rs hns sold lite, linkgrove Carded of the way. was re were added by auclent civilization- With a back Mint adieu all dny. -(.. .HUI.U*. ';..v:: :: :': II..... CI., B".,.: .; : : I':. .:: :.:'..I
one leading pieachcrso
Dentist. short With rest illstirt bed nt nlRhr, a" f) nu .. OW"ium f 10* 4ft l'l IT"
n distance south of tow n. lie and Iron, lend and mercury These seven "10 tunII .... ,... .,..rl' -" |
slate prious to coming to Unorders. 4 it :HO nm .I *K 111 I 1ft prn
------ The price paid for Ihc properly U said lotmve Crescent City had filled Important were all thut wero known to classic Annoylnir urlnnry I tfi 1"1 11 no\ kin ''To., ....".... e"r. ., 12 GO .mf Btt< pin
at BmlilBOoe, on Proap.ot Btreot been pas 'Tin n wmry wny. Indeell.Doan' 1 HO 12 IK m r BK* Pliy ,1"112"l go 'mCo..c"
Oitli-a\ $1,700. orates In !New; York state and in Boston antiquity and for the first thousandyears .. .. ., ... .
Cltv. 1'lorldaSt. Kidney Pills drive wenrlneas '- m. '.h. H.. wllh P. O. O. To. tot IC y W >t and H n Cuba*
i r-woent Judge nnd Mrs.\ J. L. Burton and Miss Two Doctor Reeves of the Christian era. It la believed
years ago was com
away. *""Th.M TIMB" TABI PS 'how lh. llm. .! whluh' mini, may b. pndn Nrrlv. stand d.p.'.rrom lhv .
Jessie Burton left for their summer cot lellcd to ghc up the pastorate owing loccblo that copper because found most .. .r.1..Ullonti but ihclr MrrlvMl, or dvparlur* Ml th. tlmM .Mi'4 !. not au.ranl..d nar ,U till. ,* Company
Palnlkn. cltlz..n8.Edwnrd
Are endordud by ... ,. .,.
River toy Daylight. .
Johns abundantly In the pure state, wan the in b hld r* .00.' far mny dl y r arOH "" .oq..co 'h..I'om.
lagc at Summer lavcn Beach below SiAuguBtlnc .
health but has since continued to Qravier.. Lemon St. Palatku
flrst tp attract the attention of primitive COI>V Of THB LOCAL '11MB' CARD OR O IHUrl 'INFORMA1ION *SBK. 1HB TICKET AOKNF.-
The Beach & Miller Line on Friday ot last week. reside In the place, where his counsel man. Tin was probably tbo ncc- Fin. "For nevero.1 months my t. n, BAHNER.O.al l Paiimaw. Ag.nl ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Dave Gaullcr has rcturnc'd from the alld nd\Ice was highly prl/cd by all the ond, the largest deposits beluir In tUoNoreglonn back. cnunc'cl. inn coiiHldnrahlo. trouble.I .

Steamer CUKSCENT.uavM military school at BLickshcar Gn. HeIs eople... His departure will bo greatly longest Inhabited by Iho human had n InnioiiPHs nnd norpiinsH aerosa 'M

,--. \ erect\ and already has a soldierly bearIng cgreltcd( though because of the condl nice. Iron came Into general use my lolnoH .mill, tliern wn" a dull ache

Jaok on,lll.OD TuaMlajrs,Thurxlnj sndSalnrdayi that should stand for his bcncfl ion of his honlih. It Is probably a movtn between a tuougnud and fifteen hundred through my klilnoyn nlnioxt con

a\ 8-80: .. m. for O..wn Co., through life. his Interest. The doctor U pleased years before tho CbrNiInn era. stantly. I piinld hardly wnlk and
Creacenl Oily and prlnolpal. WBI wh"II'1 1 Mat down for. iittln while $35.00 New York City
pmatka ill of
the idea for Alabama
w going, : Is
t.ndlnro Mrs. Cnpl. Myers and daughter: Miss my buck becmno HO stiff that 1C was
.. Edith of Jacksonville to spend his native stato. only with icrent difficulty that r was
Returning,leav.i Crescent olty on Wodo. came up
at aIW a. m. The committee of cili/cns appointc Cure YourDandruff able to arise. If I stooped nharptwlnwii and Return
l lar',Fridays and Honduya Sunday at Grove Hall, as the guesis of pnsiipd through my lolim

JvkwnvlIK wharf roctot Laura Street.T First Officer D. J. Paul Jr. of the steamer nt I the last meeting of the board of couny and caused mo added mlnerv. 1 l I"HI

.l<'phone OXpiKtua Crescent.. commissioners lo lay out n road from often heard' of Uoan'g. ICIdnoy Pills : VIAii ==

wnarf font' M lAm on atr-'. Cross Hammock to the north boundary nnd at last proctirfd H box nt J. H
Mr. and Mrs. K. Borscn expect to luaxe of the this road become Htunrhton'a druir Ntorn. They removed Line
town- to a par Atlantic Coast Ry. S
Trafllc ManaRcr In a dhort time for the Alaska-Youkon thn liinieiieHM nnd soreniai
E. T. CLARK /: of the county's hard road has
system- and I feel ten
tit years
Exposition at Seattle and other points of! prpnenr
Jacksonville FI.... Interest In Ihc west Including the Yellowstone made up Its report and will lay the same Why? Because It is anfioyine, younger. If my recommendation" ; Tickets on sale from Jacksonville
before the commissioner* next \\'ellIes.dn And mostly because will lie the menim of bringing reliel 1 every
National: pnl k. I untidy. from kldne.i. : and with June 17
to suffering
'. This road hits Crescent City at the any person i Monday Thursday beginning
) it almost invariably leads to "
Crescent City Transfer Co. Rev nnd Mrs. Geo. H. Ward trouble yon are welcome to use If.
expect orlh end of Summit .'slrect and nalurnly baldness. Cure it and up to August 80th, with final return limit Sept.30th. OIl;
to leave early In the month for the save For sale by all alera. Price 1 SO coats.
will through that si reel to Ceil- .
Umts all trains at Orasocnt City Junction. north. Mr. \\'ard will go ,'Ia Slearner to run block your hair. Get more, too, at Fosrof-Mllburn Co. Buffalo New Yoik, .
when will
nil n\cnuc, ll turn one allowed these tickets at
SIght trains by appointment.B. Now York, while Mrs. Ward will go loPitlsburg and strike the hard road at the same time. All easily done sole agents for the United States Stop-overs on
ast I present
M. LABEEE, Manager Pa., to visit her son, and then Central avenue and Prospec't t street. with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new Remnmbnr the n.tme-JJooD a-amitakn Richmond, Washington, I'altirnore lint! Phil :;

to Chicago lo visit her daughter. They There is, of course some opposition tothe improved formula. Stop this no other. adelphia.Ilt'dnced. ::f

will be attay the balance of the summer.Rev. route laid out by the committee, and formation of dandruff I rates to other summer resort :;:

B. B. HARRIS, and M... R. N.: Cote nnd the some would like Ihc road lo come down Dan nnt efinnpc Ilie enlor ,af I"nlr, Mnud-How fur tin you Iho fromlu'iv ; For information, rates reservntion*, et<%M ..",

children left on Monday morning for Oakwood while still others 6.mut. W'." ..... b.m. \Mr. Hunvivound?
avenue ; call write to
Barber Mr. IlnnBarounJ-Ob, it's iioarly two on or
Tennessee Ire Mrs. Cnle and the In the Lake lib. to I'DU,
\\ ould like It to come on A d..... in lies!

CRESCENT CITV. children will remain throughout the remainder tclhi: boulevard. But tile Important ljer.s. .h"l'mobo,. .. .,,_' ".. Mnud (luuoceutly) It you should A. W. FRITOT
.U do "
of the summer. Mr. Cine will ilng Is to get Ihc roud. The ;News.; beees start now i\imt time would It bo wbon ,

A clean shop "and n clnnn, satisfactory be nuay but one month the church here II knows what it is talking about i Tbe new Ayer's Hair Vlcor will certainly you got borne l Division '
and Hair Cut !! Passenger! Agent
< Shave guaranteed. tf. and nt Se>'illcha\ing granted him a \'acation \\ hen it makes the sflalcmcnt that unless do this work because first of all, It detroys IIo took tho bint. .....

l. Try me. for thai lime.Mrs. he people of this place can present a I the germs which are the original i 138 West Hay St Jaclwonville, Fin. ='"
cause of dandruff. Having given this aid, A Contented Woman -'"
Notice of Application for Tax: Deed.Nitlce \\Newman: ; died at her home lied front on oome one route then the The scalp Is

Is hereby Riven that J. G. In this place Tuesday morning after a Ihe chances arc that Ihc road w ill not estorcj ature completes to n perfectly cure.healthy condition.Kadt l 1M nlwnyn Jiallnrd's found Hnow! In the J.lnlmmit.siune hoiIHewltli It WJ

ElmouBon purohaaoc of tax certificate weeks' IIIne.s, of fe\er. Mis. :Neuman: strike this place at nil, but w'111\ comedown by tn.J. J. Ayur Co.. towell.Ma...- keeps member of the family ___h ____ ___ .
No H8. dated the 3d day of July ___ __ _____ every
A, D., I 1305, baa filed aald oertllloite was a lady highly esteemed b>' her I'nion avenue to the west of the Food Economy" In Hotala.u free from nohes and paliifl. It heals h" ::;;o .' . .
and friends and there is own and run south via. Grovcsil.ile. ciitM, burns and iioKlds nnd cnrtirheuniatlBin
In my otllce. and has made appllMtion neighbors gene
"Popular opinion Is that half of the neiiralgln lumbniro
lor tax deed to Issue In aoaonlince ral her untimely dealh. Mr. ; 'ndor such conditions it would seem VIALgSB COMPANY
and tl line ,
oodstuffs purchased by n hotel Is witstd and all musctilnr soreness 8 .
with law. BaUl oerttlleata embraces who has also been ill, Is assured Ihal individual preferences might give .
Jew man, of tho B. 4-1 $. F"oRSYTHsTREET, tfl4..
the following described property altuatl .- of e 1, snlil 1 nn innimirer / A1'LANTA ::
of the sincere sympathy of nil In his wny lo more Important consideration 2oc, fida and (1 IN) a bottle. .
.l Putnam oouuty Florida to-wit : cuing the road. In this v lew the News Miiza hotel. "Now. thnt Is not true. A Hold by Aokerman-Stewnrt DrtiKCo., Everything ; Ma.chiner:y dnJ Mill Supplies ca.A-ieJ in. stock here.

Part ol the nej of nej. Book "\V. >ercnemi'nt.Cnpl. laid the commite large hotel employs' experts who plauo and J. H. Uuuithton. We the largest and nwwt COmplete -
rag. i83 \\". M. Miller has purchased b for the route out by _
cleverly thnt nlmost everything le line tt MACHINERY and MILL SURPLIC5 i
The ..l 7at.| John D. PIgUe's Interest Tnt,,, tho breiid 'IN THE: SOUTH *
date uHed from day to of the Issuance of auoh certificate
than w here begins and where 1ellds. it accounts nt. Tlipy' Hlly that lie IsKiilni : .
la the name of A. i 'ottloaton.Dnli Crescent City and St. Johns Park boat more for Instance. \Vtin Is not lined nt once BRAMCK" Housg.!; OUR OWN orrice, R.CCOROS .

..s snlil certificate shall ba rednemM inc. together wllli the Like front lot and ________ la used Inter for tho employees nnd itlnoor ; crazy.JoliHoii Wlint to bo t lie trouble SHOW THAT WE HAVE THOU&a 2f' PERFECTLY

according to law., tax d..ed will Issue >ier, and will now operate the line as A Millionaire's Hul>yttcn milking tho tonsts. on which many nppenrs I If"b"11e's ,ySATISflEP CUSTOMER" WRITE .

thereoDOn the 7th day of July, A. O., his sole property. The line Is even now leil by the highest priced cured bnbyxuinliHt of special meat nud other dishes are ? 1'C'cii trjluir loHtrnlRbten FOR CATALOGUE AND paicte7, We CAN t!. .
1909.Wltne.8 my official slgnatura and seal doing a profitable business and in the olt\lI1lteh or bowel trouble any served. Cnkes lire iniido up nccordlnir out his wife's. hoiiHolioUl l nccouuts.LnniUni eASYiRUUMlhl\ <, AND FULLY GlUARANTUQ

this thn 4th day of June. A.. D. 1009ISml ) event that the St. Johns Park colony con- nicker r>r sur r than your baby Ifou as tho demand la for the dll)'. It ,In I t'xl'r""H.: | LET US "" !YO uiw* Ii''ECA Njs6.' f L.Y V OUHar .

( ) HENRY HUTCHIN80N tnucs lo grow, this business will steadily Hive. It MeUee's Huby Klixlr mown that there will be greater/: duuinnd ,

Clerk circuit court. Futnnm county FlaKy advance. Cupt. Plgue has not yet decided ('urrs duiri-lionn, dysentiiry nnd all on matinee! days when the ten Stur\eJ to DcutliH -
J. U. BALIS D. 0."otic future'F. (,1 iMranurenientg of the Btonmch or arden and, the restuurnntH. are crowdd. what cnnlil truthfully be sold olnaiiy I lov Songs. 1 .

on any plans for Ihc bowel8. p Don't believe too much nbout tunwaste. children who III... They hn' The "Sonncta of the rortuguoso." : ijJl1 f'itrbgrtnu.!

of Application for Tax Dead. S. Cone and daughter. Miss Inez, 1'nott'la; cent nml, CO cunts.Hulil Drug ."-New York TTernld. wormi". pour lift letliliifiH, -they don't which were written by ElliilH Burrptt |I
Notice is that J. K.&lm by Aekermmi-Btewart don't reiillze It. llNour
hereby given know It nnd ou
eft on Wednesday of List week for and! J. 11. Hniighton. ""'hot happened to me?" nsked tliebronlc > Grownlnir, were never Intended i SEWING MACHINE.
No. 47|, datnd the 4th day of Gainesville, Go., where Miss Cone will optimist when he woke tip' In nml IciHea welirht fi r'' for publication but when she showed ROLLER BEARING.!

July A D. 1808/ haa. fUad said I certiiloatem remain a mouther two In the hope of Double Quick Composing. ho hospital.. appnrent\ reimon ttlve It Whlfe'gUrenni them to :Mr. Browning whom sho hud I HIGH GRADE.

my oOlce ami, haa mada application receiving; benefit lo her health from Ihc Sir Arthur Sullivan wrote I Ilio over- ".\. shnrk hit your log off' ," mild the VermlfuKB, you will I hM mirirlxed '- murrled otter they were ,,wrlttcu hereullipd

[ortiiilui.il to Ismio In Bcoordnaoe. with the higher altitude. Mr. ture to "'l'he'oomeu of tuo Guard" Inwelve urse. at. thn remills nnd how quickly the fitct tliat In them wus '
u*. Kaiil! oertlllaata embraces the follow change to lolnntlie" Iness "Oh well" ho mused, "I bad rheumatism : It picks up.
bourn nUll that to sung the most perfect lore son the I
' !nn described situated Inriitnain one only expected lo be away some Hnld hy Aekwrnmn-Slewart DniiCo. |
property to T thnt anJ.ho"Cle"tl1od :
from 0 m. In '
of lime I' 'I world bud ever benrd, nnd hu concluded
affairs of space J. M. Ilittnrhton.
county Florida to-wlt: ten days. In the meantime the and I
for speedu
Part of se"O" of nel.jMJook" 6, Page 213, administered by Mr. n. m. Hut even tbU capacity Leader. such poeuia should not ba bid.
being --- ---
lees 11002. township 10 f, range !116! e- he store are composition .Is eclipsed by M. Humird --- tlcn. Mrs. Browning was. unwilling to

l lacre and Mrs. M. H. Read.Yhe who for n wager composed the publish tliom In her own name and as '

The tald land bolnx assessed at the special, rcvl\al meetings at the music' to n. song In ten minutes. \Mr. N. bo wus. fond of calling her bin "Little ,

'to of thu Uouanoo of such cor tl flea te Methodist church conducted by the pas rotcre, however I I.* the composer of I'ortugueso"( It was decided to bare
D tho name of J. Harabergor. UuiKMuldcnrtincateshall quick time anecdote. nre under tbl. The I
Rev. John H. Da\ls assisted by Rev. wbom most them appear name. ;
.. "Asthore For
ba redeem
told His benutlful song are Tetracbbta In form and among tbe
oonllnK law tax deed wU11.suetbere- J. \\'. Hypes of Sarnsota, have aroused and composed Inorty I II

On TI 00 th9 7tn day of Ju'y.' A. D. 1809. considerable Interest In the religious life was both minutes written In IHnnchard's rcstnunnt the Summer's most Chronicle.beautiful of the lanl'uoge.LondOli \ ,

Ib lto..s my ol'llolal' l slgnatura( and seal of the place and the nightly meetings, of "10 Old Madrid"as I
4th day ot .I un... A D. 1900.HENttY nttended, It The melody Th* Fr.n.h' P..t0iioa. i
) especially, arc being well ,,' the result of a sudden Inspiration.t Cooking I
6'-1) HUTCHIN8ON. would be while ou bl.way Tb* French postal system was Inlugurated -
circuit ct. Putnam onunty Florida. was thought that the meetings came to the composer I
II NokitchenapplUncegivessuch In tbe reljii of Louis XI.,
By J. c. BAHS D. U.. continued over the coming Sundiy, nnd home from the aquarium. Lest I snd real home /
- warrants they will be con- loiild escape him he rushed Into a actual satisfaction but tba Hrst director !iceuorul wu. appointed
If the interest
Order For Publication. week. There hll\'" already nmll public house lu Kochestvr row.el comfort as the new Perfection liy Louis XIV lie fiiruicd the
Inucd Into neict :
'" CookStove.
1.lbomr'UI, con'er.loll., nnd d a biscuit bag nnd on It Jolted Wick Blue Flame Oil ofllce paying a million fruiirM' a yenr
Court ElihtD; Judicial firVlorlUatu been number
..". PIII'.11' l'OIlUlv' Clmn- own the air. But .)Ir. Trotere bolds for tba prtvlleue.' Thin uict'i d continued
ry. ho place spiritually quickened ns a result Is said that be this corning by buying this
It Kitchen work :
D, M. I tha championship. v until the rerolullrv tvlu-n the
Klrhy .. of thcso meetings. I composed "'I'he Brow of the will be better and quicker > reliable, honest,
actually .summer, farmer was aUnllshrd iiiul t .c ontrol
R.L.k""orIY.Mllftrl",nn.1 Next Sunday Rov. K. P. Builer UI wrote a letter nod ran 400 yards with personal high grade sew.ing .
Olnclo IIIII. done, \greater was given to ten IIIOII\I'r.' ,-'''ell'd Ioy l
8Drl of :;.J'::llll Al'"nl"tri f 0. M. preach for the list lime lo the Prcsb>ter- to post It lo eight mluutcs.-Dundee comfort for the worker, if, instead universal sufrrngi That plan did uut machine.
.J f:
I his I two
lio"o"pon) (lie*, lorlwy, a Foreclosureot Ian congregation before taking Advertiser._ __ --- of the stifling heat of a coal fire, work very .iitlHfactoilly.: and thu office STRONGEST GUARANTEE.

!:0-1,1100.: ? ( n"vonport. bar months' acatioii. Early In the co"lnll'week What Baethovan l I.. you cook by the of director !general was received

,nil : *1"WII"*" Brown. Mortgage.llnWin with his daughter. Miss Edilh But "Now" said the brown eyed woman flame of the under the: i-onaulute. The otlli. of National Sewing Machine Co.

hand'liuY 5: ">onit I'''orliy I ler.' the popular pastor will slnrl for "I will nlwnys know how to tnlk when PERFECTION undvrecretury' for posts aud leloKrapha -
i r "''","an)"<'.'"Luoll..Oorl.*. William.,. Northampton, Mass.. lo be present nt the I hear a symphony or !grnnd opera.to I NEW held by M, fi'UM n, was nrst' BELVIDERE.. --ILLINOIS.-- -

b M "0,". Iioni. 00"1..., Connecticut Valley Sunday never could make what seemed me created In 1STT, abollnheil lu 1ST8 and
C: '::: 01 n.u. 1 1: I II opening of the .Assembly to be suitable -comment, but coming I, revived. iignln! ten yeurs later,-Wear Notion if Application for Tax Ueed
'I'1.. school and Chnulnuqua concert the other night two Cook-Stove Notice In. hereby Blven that J V,
of OH minster. Oniette.
*"! .': ;! <.bri'llllw'! '" app..ndeol. to the. and where as president of the assembly out n walking. next to me saveVel'l' WIck Blue Flame .. Eilni"nfon. purchaser of tax oertlrl.oatn .

":nliiuln'';; :I'orlB Bbov: ::a::::l ::d th":l he will deliver the opening address., Wghbrows', don't ntIt- | "When there I I. company here" laid No BM/ ,ilaterl. the flrub Monday
or"Starllin"1 !! "' !I. a "n-restolont of the Hlnt assembly will hold l a I '".. said he. with n long drawn Delivers. heat where yoa want It-never where you CABINET TOP, Mrs. Hewlljrus after the fnshlnnnblefemliiliiB Ar'll. A, D I8IU: haa Illwj' said. certmcatn
'tno. i.'i -v1** hla rtliluiu*.> .la uulyoni'j".1 This Chnutnuuoa' thus It does not overheat the kitchen. Now the m my onion, nml baa made appUoallun
'. Ih'U..".. 'I. over tho np of (....,.. sejslon-July U.2J-and l some such n.-c-thovcn is nlwnys Beethoven. with thelf for warming plates and keeping food hot after cooked also caller bad gono "I wtsb you for tax rterd to iHma In -
'I. the v.mi: "'"' "'"* ".'..".> '. no pwrnon ten days of the .. responded, soulfully! folded hack w hen not In uw, and wouldn't make such pointed rornnrks aacordanoewli
she be .
*...I mi L "' 'lorWa, UI|>O" whom the"WanlPiM1"11 of Ibo most prominent lecturers Yes. .' convenient drop shelves thnt can hi.. 8ai. | | eortmcale embraces" the
; !: ..oul,1 bind """I" Ofni' engaged for addresseeamong Ilor-tlmvpn Is nlwnys Beethoven.Isn't two nickeled bars for holding toweli.Thrte about women's hats. fnl lowing desurlkiixl property situated la

.-rl.'.\ll..n, ? 'JlT"0" "ii'lnni. ord.lx l .and rwl hit that ta 10.hl.IWI' aulilhr ..,..- country have been Gov. R. B. Glenn of that lovely. It works both" aI.... With or without Cabinet Top. At your dealer a, 'Tainted remarks! exclaimed Mr.IlewlluuH. rnttiaiu uounty Florida, to-wlt :

'. .I IIIO. wilS"r" '"" 11I11' ofo.""IA them Henry A. wars nnd rnn be, applied, to anybody.New or write our nearest agoncy. "Why I noTor talked more Part of 8-1 of n"J and Del of ae}.
It Oil or beto... North Carolina, nod Gov. Ynrjc' irem. bluntly In ray llfel"-Chicago Trluant section :a tovneblp 10 s, rang" 2tt -4Uacroa.
D'ioa**' "* in Is the n.ver
ill ths allegntlonaof unlit ,'. IJr. Teachcr-Wlint Th. CLAl'1P- A (..ol.lenVo.I.1Inl&' The said 1 land.
i1" .;:\liZ"18 England and Ite ecooomical and a won- being wuecsed at thn
.. '10110,7Prlgbt
"Aihlant I as .conr 4aeil by aalU i?.. geon of Iho pro widow ami Solidly made, liifniiH I hot man ami wife have llredto date. of the Issuance of such eertnioatn
also on through ny dcrful liglit glv r. -
'"Wl'uml'n'l: "'! or """k. I In thiSLTB"k. 'or 81Atal conanoutlve gram. Rev. Mr. Butler Is the presidentof ,...Indow.I.III beautifully .. kept healthy. The beat way to snld" oertitlcatei shall ba redeemed

''WII' ltKL??il1'1 7k'Atlti"':01">*t>Nawa' nil a tnt newapaper.. tho assembly and will preside at all lIIaklll" "b evaporation of sennatur with I foot a Rayo with Lamp.your dealer, write our neamt S(-r .aoourdlng to law. tax d..ed will l Hue

11th!" Xny ( R""' !" Bna olHolal Haal, thla theWall meeting. The superintendent of Instruction l 18 nn Industry been COMPANY docs II'.. duty RII5\ clays out of 3(15.Th ( thereon on the Ttb. day b( July A.
I o M X I''** the DavUNon of 800 Maiden.\ Ea" STANDARD OIL .. onlv way to do thla .In to kpepIltllnrJ' D.l\1Q9\ '
HlCNRY 1IUTOJIIN"ON. Is Dr. W. L. .'urrle,1 on for years '.n..p..d' lirrblna In the hona" and Wltnetw my: o/flcilal/ al nature and acal

* If. B/5 RvM.Bn? OlBfh WasniAAao. Olroult,Onurt.D. o. Washington, D. C.. Rev. \Mr. Duller ti' England.,: tako. I If. whenever your liver Rets Inactive. Uila ith day of Juim, A. D. 19O9

(JoUR'1| 'J.l'.r..m. and his daughier will be IIway from Stops ItchliiK Instantly. Caret ISO rfnta per bottle. [Seal] HENRTIVUTOHINSON.\
tor Oomplalnan'" months. 1'e"l: Sunday .., "U rheum. tett.... Sold by Ackennan-Btewart Drug Clerk olroult oo\irt-\ Putnam onunty: FU,
Crescent City two Communion will I Fro"hives.. h.rpes. .oablee-r>osn'a Co.. and J, U, Uaujhton. I Air: I. 0. JSU1I&. l u.

berJa1a' Colle. C'ho..... e"" morning the Holy Ointment: At any dm* store.

......talla, ..."....:t ,=:.; be celebrated. .


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Palatka Pierre d' A. Pratt of Plant City It msmm i mm rr n mmmm+ ,mamm INm'TrrugntuWe (

Newsand I spending a Jew days In this city-his old IV1ade
home. Have

Advertiser Mrs. William Turnngo left Wednesdaynight

Reduction u. u for a visit with friends and relatives '

"" ........... In Rome, N. Y. w
: Miss Ida Lelb left this week for Bos- Reductions i
City happenings and $ Ion, Mass., hero site will lake the summer Sweeping
M course In the Conservatory of Music

I in Prices on Many Articles Personal l mention. J K. J. (Hancock of Bosluick will be a
... "" ......."" candidate for collector _. -- -:::: in prices on all _
appointment ns tax .. ==== -.= "':::- : ::_.: := =::: __
,'.. K. M. Mnuithtoii of Jacksonville to succeed Mr. Wlllnrd. .

Throughout our Store. I on n visit to her sons.Irs. Col. Robert t t1T.' Davis returned yes Furnishing Goods I

I. A.' Boughton I Is spending (lie tcrdiy morning horn Palntkn, much fa. Summer Clothing,
In Brldgeporl, Conn. tlgued from the week's exacting workas s

We realize that the time for profit makingfor B. Wright, merchant of Norwalk, trial counsel of for Kelly the and defense Davidson.in the murder Col. and :Hats

this season is over, and while the summer a visitor! In J'aluikn on !Monday. Davis spoke over three hours to the Jury Nand
In summing for the prisoners and his
Hancock of BoMnick slink
i!: has just fairly begun, we cut the prices on many hand! with friends In Iho city was \Vcd- throat was In distressing condition yes = will never satisfied until you .
terday. He and Col. J. N. Stripling, of we are sure you !
!: goods in every department. Many articles cut Jacksonville, were associated' In the (leJcnse Prices and)Goods.9!| =J
I.. Lane and have Inspected the Drown .
J. fnmlly will\ go to and Col. Doyle mentions that he ,
: 25 to 40 per cent. Our aim now is to clean up summer collage on Crescent Bench has been with Col. Stripling in three =

every piece of summer goods before the sum- week. murder trials In the past year.TnmpaTribune. I

L. Smith and K. C. Mlddlcton of "" .
I mer is over, and we cut the prices now in or- Station wero visitors In the city =
Rev. H. Dutill Returns. All Kinds of Summer- "' '
der to give you almost a full summer's wear,
C. Ostcen of Ilollistcr and a leading The News has had a card from Rev. I)
In and at such a low price that you can afford to of that section, has been In the II. Dutill, pastor of SI. James M. E. M

lay in a supply. The goods must be sold and this week. church it announce south thai In which he will ho reach requests Pnlntka that Weight Underwear. + _

Chapter, Kaxlcrn Slar, will\ In time 10 prcnch 'In St. church ,w
the prices we have put on them will make them n meeting Masonic! Hall, next next Sundny. James _

n go. All new and this season's productions. I evening July 6th. At the morning hour Mr. Dutill
A. Wilkinson the Dinner Island states that the subject of his sermon will in Palatka for the
We enumerate below a few of the articles I stored operator was a business be "Tho World Overcome," followedby Remember, we are sole agents M
: In the cily during the week. communion. At the evening service
on which the price has been greatly cut : provided the choir Is agreeable =: celebrated

Home Mission Society of the there will be a patriotic song service a
Ladies' Suits Waists and Skirts church will meet Monday, the day being the "glorious Fourth"
5ih at o'clock, with Mrs. Black "We have had a /Food\ rest, the con Crawford Shoes
I !Ii uregatlon and pastor, writes Mr. Dullll ; ;I

Plain and Fancy Poplins and Piques Edna !Marshall returned on Wed "and will be ready for a good summer's i Ii Ii
work. I have rid of
from Hastings, after a few weeks gotten my tempo ; in black, tan and patent leather.
rnry trouble. My mother will accompany er
II with her grandfather, Major Geo. d i
Plain and Fancy Dress Linens Fouler. me home to stay Indefinitely.
The News predicts that there will bea i

!!fi! Fancy Lawns and Organdies county, I June school 3Uih,directors to wind met up the on James large church congregation next Sunday present to welcome nl St. i Clothier i

of the school year just closed. the return of this popular pastor.She .M S Bro'svn andFurnisher

the members were present. !

Fancy White Goods, !!" Lane captured a 4.fool alligator "Blind Mosquitoes" ,

the buck yard of his father's home A few Insects blew In from the river .. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Sunday. It had escaped from the on Monday night and attracted by the _

Colored Wash Voiles, Parasols | Hotel's private /oo." lights settled in the down town districts !&i,weJii: ''m 'in,* ''m. m""in.Ji., ,'.:.IBI;,..,,,111I1'JIll, :Lilli;,mii",,iiiinih, ,: innniiimnnnrin, ''IIIL I .1,11111, ::,*f'IIIalPWIIlatl'IRLlmlfIIP.1i'Ja;! ;: :!! '' : ',[(. jIf' III III 111

Mclsom has returned to the city of Palatka. They didn't bother any one

and many other articles of today's needs. Miami to re-engage In the photo much but- -- -
business. His gallery Is located In On Tuesday night a few more came
I I Come and see the great values we are offering. Jennings building on Lemon slreel --several-and well, the lights went out
west of the old Larlvc bakery stand and the people resigned the use of the

Look over our REMNANT COUNTER. You !: R. F. Adams and her sister, !Mrs. streets.Locally these Insects aro called "bllni The Big Free Piano Contest

will find values Remnant Union of Crescent City, expect to mosquitoes." They are about the sire
always big on our
tomorrow for Groton, Mass., of that bird, but they don'l sling. In
Counter. 1 1I 1j2 I they will spend some weeks. fact they don't do much of anything bu
Adams will is getting interesting as the
accompany the ladles get In the way of people who hale to be
Jacksonville. bothered..
'. standing of the candidates below
Watch our windows for extra specials. '
Palatka News hardly needed to They belong to the genus pscudoncurapterous
attention to the fact that It appeared and arc short lived, rarely livIng will show '
a new dress last week for the im more than 24 hours. And when you '
i come to think of it that Is a long time Get friends to !
appearance of that always neat I your help you. f t
1 for such a little thing to live so hnndl '
\\assomvthlng which struck the
e&iwA8a at once.-1'lorlda Times.Union. capped In tho matter of a family name. The prize is well worth the effort. )
This Is their first visit to Palalka In I
J. Gay, of Gay Brothers, I Is some 25 or 26 years. Only the older Inhabitants = The Piano is now in our show F
ill nt his home on Kirby street remember them Then ns now
1 has been hiving a number of hcmor they confined, their visits to the street window and is a thing of beauty.

from the lungs, and is quite weal near the river, and seemed to prefer the Call and see and test it.
consequence. Ills many friends In light. They lasted a week or ten davs
y city and county will be pained to One man tells that nt the lime of their! The vote for the first four S7.00,
of his illness. former visit a big lightnood fire was
I G. F. !Miller of Mobile Ala, has built near the river, and the Insect wl. weeks of the contest is as follows Others S2.75 to S20.
220-222-224 Lemon St. I himself with Dr. II. R. Fstc. jumped on the fire In such numbers that
: the practice of dentistry Dr. !Miller they put It out.
bearing the highest crcdunlials as The real name of the Insect is Ephemera .. \.
} Butterick Butterick character find commonly called day-fly, or !May
nbility How the Vote Stands
Comfort Swing Chair
Is a young mnii. For the next few fly. Their name is derived from the ,
Patterns. Patterns. U.'I. Greek and means that they \live but
bj I >s he will be on a visit at the home 01 a
uncle !Mr Julian Porter of Rodman day. They are of the genus (don't for $5.00 June 30th
get it) pseudoneuropterous, and belong :
Is also
a nephew of !Mr. Olin Porte
Y17171711!: !fififififififififififififififififififififi! this ell>'. r to the family Ephemerldae, and are allied r'
to the dragon-lies, or Libellulidao
C. Gross and Miss Isla Chorle In the larva and pupa slates they live a Miss[ ('oraStubbe 19,2i5
were married early In the week year or more in the water, but their existence .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Order For Publication. Judge M. I. Coxes The groom's age In the perfect slate, Is very brief. ;3iNN1dnLeib[ 14,515 $12.00

Notice is hereby given that B. Cl. In thct'lroult Court 'lhlh::' Judicial l Ii I \en ns 20, and that of the bride as It is In the latter slate that they will be $6.00 to $20.
p Jones purchaser of tax certificate Putnam County, Floildti-In UI"'IH" It was reported as an elopement best remembered by the I people of Pnl St. Johns lodge K of !I' t 6,825 Others
No. 210. dated the 2nd day of June .1. O. Keen OOlllplllll1l1l1t I > that appears to be a mistake as the atka.

onto A. D.In, IUU2.ollloo hae and flied has made eald application cor til]- Albortu Keen\H, ItnlVndniit. J}lull for l'| then lady she had pleased her mother's herself consent.and the Federal Point to Celebrate. ;Mrs..I.[ L. Swindell '1,205.() ,

for my tax deed to loan In n-corclunce bill.It appealing:Ii hxlIn: l hlY: ,:nNdii\lt I1ftltl(: app: <*mlt cmmu,> Caroline
with law. Bald curtlllunte embraces the Albo.tn Keon, tho IVfi'iKhint t ? They are fine young people Point and vicinity nre preparing to cele- Bryant 4,145 4 YJe r'P
named' IM 11 non-ruttliliMit. or tin *4* the News wishes them happiness
following doBcrlbed property situated In Kloildil and nlu l IH, n lOHldi'iit ..f the bate the Fourth of July In Ana II> I Ietc 'ri- S4.00 o s \a t
Putnam county Florida t.>wit : of tgetyhlad l. I In the ode of Ohio piano contest being conducted by manner. :MissLillieO'IInver. l,7fiO
E S of 8e'dtownship of sc'j of e e'a', ecOnn20. that rhox over, tint iin 0 or twMH \el\erlon, jr., at his furniture store That means that the Declaration of of lit 1 t
12 8. range 20 E -B acres. NUd'\ClirH HtUl Klut that" Idil tlll'IM* upon; :11*what' |MT x tin OU: .:: ; ;:'': central Lemon street, Is growing in Independence will be read and then Dorothy Slaughter l,22f) 1 0/r .r
The said land being| Bgsossud at the or Hiil>pnona would bind shell ).. : ,; as will be seen by the number some one will pull the eagle's tail feathers _
date of the Usuance of such certificate It IH tliuiKfoiu onlMrotl thnt snltl n votes to the credit of the young lady until ho screams. Then there will, Anna Lou Hannah e. i
In the name of S: B. Hastings Unless dent tl to ft'inlant nppcar: to IM tla:and: Hill HK of* \*i'oinplHltit hereby: : i iI. as announced in !Mr. Yelver or should, be dancing, and ice cream 1,075 i
said certificate shall be redeemed In anl"t mutt un or hoforoMONI advertisement. This is one Palat and lemonade, and picnic dinner.
according to law tax deed will Issue >.\Y. 7'IIL'211(1: DAY OK ( business enterprise that Is certainly Because the fourth fulls on Sunday
thereon on the 7th day of July A. DlOO'l. V. n.,11111otherwisotin.] ullegntlonsof, rapid forward slrldes. !Mr. Ycl the celebration( will take place tomorrow' A large line of Rugs and
bill will bu taken ua uonffiiMCHl by slates that his business has more Saturday the 3d.
official and seal fttiKlant We hang Shades and lay Art Squares, CREX. Tapestry -
Witness my signature It In further ordortMl that thin Ord doubled In volume In the past year. Im. Leather. $12.50
this 1st day of Juno A. D. lflO!>. puhllHhtd l once week for Fly Sunday at the Baptist Church. Velvets and Axmins-
G. A.
[Seal] HENRY H0TUIINSON, Weeks lit the Pnlatka NOWH, it nuwH '" Stephens of Starko the Prominent Matting Free of
visiting clergymen will Charge.
Florida pultllHht hi Biitd tlountnnd Matte. Iy elected principal of the Pnlatka ters.
Clerk Ct. Court Putnam County
WltnoHH lilY hiind nnd ulllL'lnl mal school spent a couple of days In officiate at the First Baptist church next
By J. U Balls dep. elk. / duvof Hn At tho
I/IkI. J..n"hl this week Sunday morning service the
'ttY city making acquaintances
[Multi) :\ II
the nnd sermon.wlll bo by Rev. \V. C. Foster
Oh'rk 1'.lte'y people seeking such infor
Notice of Application for Tax Deed J. C. n.t..., lu-p.. ,' as would be of assistance to him and in the evening Rev. S. B. Rogers J. H. YELVERTON Jr.
Notion Is hereby given that B. C M. I. COX, his coming work. lie expects to secretary of tho stale board of missions
""lIoUm'rOl' Complainant. ,
Jones purchaser of tax certificate to Palatktt In about a month. Prof. will officiate.
No. 118. dated the 3rd day of made a good Impression here, The Sunday school 111 meet nl 9.45
July. \. D. 19HD has filed said certlll Order For rubllciUion. the News feels sure that It will be a a.m.; the Junior B Y. P. U. nl 3:31)) p. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME.
cats In my office and has made application one lie has a lot of sunshine In in., and the Senior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p.
for tax deed to Issue In accordance In tho ('I rOl1lt Point, iiwhth Jiultclnl I make and this breaks fre- m. The hour of morning service Is 11
with law. Bald: certificate embraces cult cury., Putnam, Count?', Kloilcln Iti ( in n up\.eartylaultb. He's compan-out o'clock and the evening service at 7.30: 522-524 Lemon St. Phone 109. Palatka, Florida.
the following described property and the people It is the hope of the official members
Moro M. Pd.II..ton young arc going
situated In Putnam county Florida to- VH. )[ Bill for. '''. him. that tho Baptists will rally to these ser -- ---- -- -- -- ------ .
wit: Rlulmnl H. It!ldtlleton.1 vices. All others are cordially eel -

Net of swj of eel} section 20, township bill It miR'I'1 I ::l '; : ';tint hv ailldn\it:nlo\i: ,. t appended I !: ;: :: I and Justice Sheriff Marshall P. M. Hngan has bound has arrest comed. '!VAWiiBuwiiaiii." 'i, ,lIL':' III''' III 'III III II rSMITH'S
12 H. 1UUR02U E. Ulchiiid II. Miiltilutun defendnot over
The said land being assessed at the nnnuui IM a mm-u-Hirhmt of I Ito "It,, two charges of breaking and entering, Will Orate in Volusia. 9 J
date of the Issuance of such certificate .Florida mid bin n residence' ....- John \\'illiams. colored. \\ illiams lion. S. J Hilburn of this city has Your Money BackIf
Hint tho lHriHidniitlf4 over.ho f n\'
nga > < "
( week broke into
In the name of Unknown. Unless a railway caboose been deliver
"nit yan't,111)11 that thorn N no person engaged to the Fourth of Home Made Candy I
said certificate hall be redeemed( uoconllag MMiiH ol Flurldn. ,><>n hum the 0"\1, < stole a dress-sult case, clothing. July oration at a big .picnic celebration you don't tins. i
mould, bind, say ia : host offer ever mrulo the
to law tux deed will Issue thereon 'h'"Il| stab l IkdeudnnL' and a pistol. Subsequently he be by
10 given by the people of Volusia
tlu>riifou' oidcri'd Ihnto"hl"nn-r.ld. | Ice Cream !
Into the home of John Grooms "Best [I'nppr Di ,
on the 7th day of July, A. D. 1900. in gie. .
fi'lldnnt I IN lH iibv county at Bervsford four miles out from
h'"mllhrl:; ; ; mid::: : : : watches and oilier
Witness my official signature and neal prurto oinplnlnt i I t.n : stole valuables OcLand next Monday.It Drinks.
Cold j
this tho 1st day of June. A. D. IflUO. uiiurtu on or buforuMONDAY I Is a bad, desperate house-breaking Is expected that people from nil Tim Senu-Wpokly Journal, nix months Hot
tilt :*l !DAY OK ( and his Is In the
[Seal] HENRY nUTCUIN80N.CI"rk capture Interest of the will
parts county be _
circuit court Putnam county Fla I).. lice\ > ,othorwlso tint alhtuatlonnor right of ciUtens to personal prop. numbers present in Tho Carrier and Patron six .months. j
great as prominent from
will' ho taken
in L'onfejjMcd by add | \\ \ Huyler.
While \liams
By J. C. Balls, dep. elk fcudnnL was at large no DeLand have been Interesting themselves The 'omlln' World I
It..IH riirthor ordered that thin Or pithllMhiHl onut a w.*i>k for Mglu oono", '
Notice of Applloitlon for Tax Deed. I.ookn In the 1'alatka Now. u Father Barry was among the All Three Six Months : L. A. SMITH, |
Notice Is hereby given that E. L. Parker pnhltMht'd' In mild'onnt\ and tHlllh'. to assist in the solemn requiem Hose Co. Elect Officer./- OCf Net !

purchaser of tux certificate No. the Wltnu xth dn>HIV' of .1 hiintl une. lily bad olllulal Meal held at the Cathedral St. Augus West End Hose Company No.: 2 held for. . . . ooc No commission allowed. I '" ri>li>tk... Hnrltlnni' I Il4IC
KiS( dated the 4th day of July. A. (unlj, MKMIY: lirTcniNHON.t'hrk last Tuesday morning for there enthusiastic business 12For :
an '
I)., I I'WI.! has flied said certificate In my iMrcult' ( of the soul of Rev. other Buckley company headquarters last meeting!Monday at the Send today na thin otTer won't last long. !:IJlll.P: JI;,: : '11I" aIC,! JII: 11I:1:1: : ''I
flee and has made application for tax J' Uii' voting priest drowned in the surf at "nit al which Benj. I. Gay presided.
lnec to Issue In accordance with law ""ITRNt. OIIO I. Uaputy ill Beach lust week. Nearly: all the B sides other business of Importance
fluid certificate embraces the following Mo lift tor foi Comulnlmmt.Notice of the diocese were present nt ho annual election of officers took Dept. f35:
described property situated In Putnam ceremony.. Kt. Rev._ \\'. J. Kenny, follows placeas New and Up-to-Date

county, Florida, to-wit: of Appllcntloll rorTnx Peoil.Notlio of the diocese, delivered the ser Foreman Benj), I. Gay assistant' foreman ', The Semi-Weekly Journal Atlanta Gal
N.. corner of sej of owl and eel of s"1. In hereby ,ttlven thnt M W.. in which he paid a high tribute to M. J. Philips; treasurer, B. I I. City Furniture and
rtoctlon22, township 10, s, range :20 e-43 [the''hneor iif Tux ("eilllli'iit Nn.till, piety of the departed young .,rle.111 secretary J. D. Buky. ; Goods
verse NI Ally ur ./uu'". A. 1*. ll"U, IIMM llluil asking the prayers of nil assembled House Furnishing
: uurtllli'iiti' In my '" .nod hint iiiiuli* a l Tho \\ cst I End company Is one of the
Tim said land being assessed at the parlor far nix, iloml: to :lone: In : : ,\ : the grief stricken mother across) the most effective fire fighting companies of
date of the !Issuance such certificate In with |II A. Mold L'..rtllli.iiluenibriiieit HIM whose hopes had been centered in ho Palalka: department by reason of John B. at very low prices
the mime of P. J. bocks. Unless loulnu ili'Mrrl: I IH il. iiruiiitv| nil anted In departed father Buckley was a Its Stetson
watt fount: : ,1+loi, [:tin, tn-u:: Itt borough organisation and through the University Go to
miiil cnrtlllcato shall he redeemed according 1"tr..llot, o( atti; ll.V. x Imp' ft. ) In of Ireland. His body his not efforts and alertness of Im popular fore LINCOLN IIULLEY 1 Ph. D.,Lilt. D.. LL, D., President
to law toxdend will Issue thereon XI, Piiliilkn.Thu recovered though a diligent
man, Benjamin 1. Gay. THE BEST
on the 27th dnyof July A. D. 1009. the iMHiimu'e until: liinil such lietnu nn aMMemieil, tltli'ntu nt In-thn the .. has been kept up led by Bishop SCHOOL JJ'' :::h FOR YOUR CHILDREN R. .5. Mooney,

Witness my olllcial signature and seal .>r duller. Unknown. tin tree until and the visiting priests. SEND TH'B'M"T'O STETSON
this the 18th day of June, A D I'HID. tirlentu Hhitll IM '..do."III.'II..Il.O Putnam County Poor Farm 40 Professors and Instructor
(Sean. ] HENRY UUTCHIN8ON. tux ileoil will I 'IHMIIII theruon on the tilt lfolrgangamold man employed 17 University College of Liberal Arts I' l"tkll, Floi'lJ'-'
of July A. l D. IIMHI.WltiiuMit past several I years In Burl's Phar 28 Acre Buildings College of Law
Clerk circuit Putnam Fla For Sale. Campus
court. county.
my oillolal slguntore and seal died last Friday night after an \Ill
ay J. C. Balls dep elk. flit lit tiny fir U'. imni' 581 Students Last Year College of Technology -
: : J'mN\i: \ : of three days, though a sufferer for
[[*>|IJ| : Jlt'lTIIINMOV.Clerk The noard of County Coin m Ian Ion- $250.00.00 Endowment College of Business
Olruult Court I'litnniii Uo, ten years Mr. HoUgang was a
"Dr. Thomas' Electric. Oil is the by J.u. IliillH. I>. of Switzerland, and was an edu era will entertain propositions for 15,000 Volumes. In Library Preparatory Academy Undertaking!: and EmbalmingrGrn __
beAt remedy for that often fatal. d is- -- .- -- --- -- gentleman, Ms specially being the purchase of the rutnam County 10000.00 Pipe Organ Normal and Model Schools
Poor Farm. Thin farm consists 10 School of Mechanic
Has been used with of Lama Laboratories Arts I
ease-oroup. .
He this
Notice Application Tex Peed.Notlui come county Science
sueceKS hi our family for eight! 80 sores of rich hammock land, situ Unsurpassed School of Music
IM thnt ; 25' ears and settled at Penlcl General( Equipment Gun
hiTehvKlvnn Henry ago
ated 11 miles from Florahome ... School of Fine That Trusty
,ar8. -Mrs. Whltacre, Buffalo uruhiiMir of Tux. Certltli'iltu No. ; has domhoI.o, Arts :
he bought largo tract of land. osIt
>f V. Intel. the Oth day of AiiKimt. A. n. 'lam, a his I two story dwelling and barn; him : ..d ...._.rla.( teorhlna yews. .mPft rnrc.aioe.or.d round"om... Co"f.1 Wmnirtrndoa( snit thoroulh r.......1.10.hrlllla. s or any luvt Iwsn 1,1111, :: asldx: ',
Unit mill cortltlrote. In lilY olflce land swept away divorced property. about 800) pecan trees ; fine stockranll' JOHN B. ST'r.TSON 010"" hit .talwm.don. 0' lor mum '...."..10... oddr. I account yours of loran nurehnoii1 I ; dlyvrnnN'lIb' 1I1t1.'npnl1.o. .
made uplilliuitlon for tutiloiMl to IMMIIII J. once married was ''. Further information be UNIVERSITY. DeLAND I ntxnt willi' .oulel ho ngalrrd. ",.
lorilnmu with law. Hiilil uHrtlllunti
A Notice to Tax-Pay wife marrying again. There Is one obtained on application to : Krlt tt ho andndelunl etnod 7sap "
braces the following ilenerllMil [ I tno '
,::roper by that marriage living. She i ut Is luwk com
ux ted .In Ptitiiiiin uuinitv, Klorlilii, to-wit T. J. ROOERS FLY IT \ :
The tax books of the city for the 2N W, apprised of her father's Illness, but Cate and 6Uu.o H"e ; happy,
Pnice rnyton Iiiliiiiil .
assessment of taxes, ere to be commenced 110H/ towiiHlilp: i l.l, H. rmiKe lit E.11.1110,: .\]: : { ill herself her mother came and Putnam Hall, Fla. stores :l5e At all drug I Heavy, Impure blood makes .a. E. EARLS,
oil Julys, 10)0\ and I will The until liinil bnliiil ilHiiiiHHiiil at tho .. here to attend the funeral. This HENRY HI'TOIIINHOS, fl-ll-Wt muddy pimply complexion; hsadaches OJ ,lorld8.
furnish blanks to all the iMNiuini'O. of snob 1'ertlllentn In the Ciinnty Clerk. naos..a. Indigestion. Thin fiT Lemon Street .n.r Miielrlet.&reing !;.
proper persons i'
of Owner Unknown ITnleHM. milil held from Gerbcr'l undertaking par FOR SA blood makes '" .
applying therefor at my office In W\\:b0 riili>iitiieil iicoonllnu I to law, tax afternoon at 4 o'clock Rev. Putatka June 17th. 1UOO. 8-ltl-It Apply. LE-MHch I Cow: and Calf I llrdook you weak pals, sickly, .", Nub)1
City building, upon which to make :. l.Hiie thereon: on the lith Oily or Wyllle official ing. The Interment Howell|| A. Davis Palatka l blood Blond Bitters makes the

return of their taxable property; A.Wltnemi n.. lied\ mvoflli'tnl. signature and seal In Oak Hill cemetery. Mr. IIoU- Horllck'i Malted Milk and Malted Stetson University nt DeLand for all feet health.rich, red l, PUre-re8tore. per O..nrll''' ('OItO syrup
A. T. TKIAV, he lull .h.yol Jnn,. A. n. lilt was 75 years of age. Ho was>> high- Milk Tablets at OrHlnnors. denomination.. t.eadvorll.cm'n,. Nloe. pure enn.. 2''irnntev"I0beebsolutslp / ;
Tax (MultI IIKNKY: HU''VHIN"OI tip In Itlr.thrht
Palutka. June 17th.City 1909. Assessor I Clerk Circuit Court Putnam (Jo., In Palnlka, and his death 5 or 6 doses "6ui"( will cure any TO oIT-Lower holt 01--- BESTafrUPTEJt; .. /btlbs. \\l e; 11 Ibe, 70" Uu lOt A.OraID.r' .
By ..O. Balls, D. ) e'egretted. me of Chiller and Fever. Price >Sou.>; for rent che.p-opply ? this office,dwelling. take:: hitthee cityveWe pure end 'r.th.Orocery.fli5tJYMfi .
I their word for It-A. Urnlnger. ) golden pate

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