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: October 15, 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
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00199
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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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I ; ; ;' 'THE P ALA TKA NEWS.and .


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:()..':ttNI 1r. .. :::=. ....................,',....,....." ...................... PETITION
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PhiladelphiaFailed f Special Announcement!' A-n your mouth I' CONTRACT GIVEN FOR_CONGRESS j TURNED DOWN

la Hon. S. J. Hilburn of This City By County Commissioner Because
-- -- ---- C. D. Smith of Albany. Ga.,,
t W... I BAD SaVRE"SIGN Who will Dig Dirt Next Writes to the Tim s.Union I it Did Not Comply
to I'O, pl"lIsl') L <1 to illforlll i yon thllt. 11'0 huv arfaflgiI With the Law.

t ( ( wIth Stnni I I."tll.l's, \rllstl'l' Tllilol'8. ClueLlg Week.ACt"n To Inform Hi. Trlands Why H. Can-

; (), to hllvH lh"lr" ..Iitir'' "iw lill" or woolens ill the 'I' TASTE "' all day session of tho coiinlj not b. a Candidate. Many Name. W.r. Not In Handwriting '

i,' PIPCt fi Ol') nlluto\< t (ol'dl'I '' sllltR.I ()V('1Cl&Lt S, IIlId tri,ser- Disordered commissioners' yesterday at n late hour The Jacksonville Times-Union of last of Petitioner.
Liverr.roD1Y. In thu day the contract for the erection
Win A Jugs) ,iiNIIt3'I(> 1 III (onl' stOll'>' i 011 .! Monday contained this At meeting of the board of
of the new Putnam County court hou.ewns followed by a letter from Hon. S. J.IIl1hul'll. a recess ',
awarded C. D. Smith of Albany, giving his reasons for not entering county commissioners on Wednesday .
V/ednesday and Thursday Oclober $t? Ga., whoso, bid was $31,606.) the Congressional meet: morning the- pptltlon asking the board
? :: under tho local option
: Tile oilier bidders were: Nicholas Hon. S. J. Hilbiirn of Falnlkn will not) to c.lll'n election
the ," n<'roC Atlanta; The (Mutual Construction bo candidate for friends of law to determine whether or not Putnam
a ; congress
it 20th and 21 sl. \" Co.. of Louisville; Southern Building his throughout the district have for county shall continue to prohibit -

Co. of Louisville, nnd Ocorgc llhnan 1 moo)' months been urging\ him to enter the salts of intoxicating liquor, was denied. .

A 1)Pciu] re"l'escll, lit i\" with '..nl'e ofoxporionc '! of this city.Sluing tin race, and some of them were so confident '
) set
( this action
J vv 1th the board were George B, candidate thai The reason for was
American in tlHJ(, tllilorillg bllRiness will !hI! in cllIu' to ,! that h& would be a the motion to made by '.
1! post Selden, chairman of the bond trustees,, they have been watching the newspapers forth in denl' '
I.t YOII on I ho lutost ideus 118 to cloth ami fashioii lie who did the figuring, and the architects,, for the official announcement of Chairman Stephens, Solana of ,

I. will i i skilflilly j I n1l'nsul't011.I .holl,1 I, YOIl conclude I to \t; Robinson & Keidy. It wits the unani.mous his candidacy. Instead, I lie announcement : San Matco in the chair, as follow.: 0' s'Tlattt
,!% ()rdpl' ut l his timp. All I w,. ask to do iR to opinion of all present, after a careful comes from him, In n teller to ttv- i many name on petition ,
yon comeI of the men
," revlmv of the general bids, and thu demands his were not the signatures .
League :, nnd look. W"" will I I Itt 1.111' \\'fI"I"II i u i ,l prit.s s)1euk) alternate bids In connection therewith,, Tlmes-Tnlon time In his law, that practice, increased upon by I"" hose names were" attached, but were ,. .. '
fOI' that the Smith bid should he accepted. le'' Illness of his partner make It Impossible signed by others.
it' Ih"I11"I''S.'I' Mr. Smith I Is one of the largest and for him to enter the race. This was not denied by the attorney '
-. successful In the south ) of Mr. Keating, at whose expense Iho -" '
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Baseball tie In about completing a beautiful municipal follows petition was secured. .7

"% Vim. ''it CURRY Palatka FJa building) \ Albany, Ga.; designed Editor Times'Union: Will you kindly Mr. Stephens' motion was seconded .
.IYJ by! Robinson & Reldy. lie slates to the make the following announcement for by Mr. Uohannon of liannerville, and

,.-. -..- .- -.,-,. ,-. You will feel better almost S'cvvs Ihnl ho expects l to begin digging mo through your ,purer was carried by the affirmative vole of at 'I' ,

PennantBut ---- ---------------- immediately, and still betterTolVIorro'w dirt next is'eek.CIRCUIT. For some lime tho people have refer- least four of the commissioners. There '

red to mo as a possible candidate foreOnll're51 was no dissenting; vole.
---- There will I
-- That ends the matter.
in the Second congressional
district of this slate) and my friend no wet or dry election In Putnam county .us.
It on that petition. It has gone lo the scrap
bllve urged to make the race.
she's got THE CCNUINI h.. h. mo Z on DOESBUSIIESS. now; appears me to mo that I bhould), announce heap. archives in the clerk'. office. ,.,
the front off aoh thlon.lur. .
10 o'clock. In Ihosheriff's
and anal.r"o"lk.H.aZI to the peopleheftier I shall The board met at

allSkinned CO., on ii. .,d., In RED. The full term of the Putnam Circuit make the race or not, as 1 am continually ( office. The, little room was
them of Chairman Stephens
Homes for Everybody FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCOISTS. : Court' opened Monday with Hon. James receiving letters seeking Information full Immediately upectators.stated that the board would

P. NYIIis, circuit Judge, presiding and on this point. hear arguments on the matter of calling )ian
Early! in August my law partner was
lion. J. M. Rivers slates attorney, ,
Quean.land Bananas.O those with taken seriously III, and' Is not yet able to election.
charged '
.,- \','i' n III III lUll n ml u half I bunches crime present prosecute return, to the office All Iho work of Those opposing; (he petition were Clark represented ', .au '

of ln 'en lIthe are I In QiieciiNlund ho office has fallen on me, and 1 have by Congressman\ Frank ,
the grown The first day or two was given over & Walton and Hon. S. J. Hil ,'
in Dwellings built to your order In u year.IIHP 10 civil cases only two of which were toil to do the work of two men, which Mcrryday ,
I have burn.
hue been a hnrd tax on me. '
--- rled. More important ones went over very P. II. '
biting limited In nil cases not, therefore, had the time to go over Mr. Keeling was represented by
to Ihe spring term.
World's And sold on the to II hniirx per" day, for end It was when the court got' down to Iho the district and the business of my firm Otlom of Jacksonville and Justice JohnE.

hose . . . . . 10.00 criminal cases thai matters began toniove. requires all my time. I am so situated Marshall. of this city. ',
Kxtra: huso cock . . Championshipfor Im mini" such I should make and I first argument. It wasn't a brilliant I.
Plan. | This chnrgB to of as follows a campaign as
Easy Payment
Clark oration but calm, dispaslonate
whnthcr hone Is nsftl for I Iho I Henry Stephenson, assault with Intent lavo many cases that I cannot set released argument designed! a to show that the petition -

whole or part of thus. .venrj.n ). 10 murder plead guilty and sentenced. from. did not comply with the law and 4 '

makingHats and at [ no eiuo will the use of hOMe S. T. Harris, grand larccay, nol prossed. I have therefore concluded not to encr that the commissioners had but one duty, I rend
If want .
you one, come see me be allowed after (0 p. III.JOI' ( the race.I .
before 0 II. in. I.. J. Tippins, white, issuing draft on I most sincerely thank nil who so kind- that to deny. technical .
Mr. Clark's first point was .
-- once, at my office, No.1, Canova Build- Olltf: nS'I'Ar. FuUNTAIyIS; Ulli/cns bunk of huxley, Ga., with no Iy tendered also" to grateful mo their to all support the,papers and I lie pointed out that It was nol clear as to ,, ,I
funds lo meet payment convicted and.enteuiceii very '
Office Hours 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. (To bu IIS..tlllot. tnor than four lo $25 and costs or four hat spoke so I kindly of me. I most especially whether the petitioners were asking ...' .
ing. : hours u day]I. months In jail. thank the Pnlnlka News for Its Ing for an election In their precIncts '

For a Jut morn" than one-fcix- William, county Owens, brcaklngaml entering merest In me nnd for Iho many' kind or whether for the county. ,
I leenth, cud not over unc- thIngs it has said about me. Its proprle- His second point could not be controverted.
. . 'JOI !C. S. C'riU's house; plead !guilty; MMI> The petition was presented on ',
F. J. Cunningham. Hght hitch haul 7 :! enced lo I In slate prison.R. \ ors, Messrs. Russell & Vlckcis are as .,,
be bll used the.9th day of September. It was now
I To to more II. Ashley, assault with Intent lo true as steel and ns patriotic as our fore
tlmn the 13th day of October. The constitution -
Minn four nml not loon fathers.With; .
murder plead guilty to aggravated assault "
Might hours per clay I.I.'or ]I. sentenced; $10 and costs or (1.0 day. friendship to all and enmity toward required that commissioners call .
a jet one-Hixteenth III. die in II.- II) In : jail.l.avtrvncc!I. none, I beg to ever remain, resectfully an election within bl( days of the presenting .4
Kor a Jet. lint more than olle- county murder > yours S. J. IIILULRN. of the petition. They could not $
Dargan, case con.
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Hlxtccnth. arid not over oneplghth 1'alatka October 9. do Ihnl now and advertise the election .
"The Hat witha .. I itch 0 I In in . . I I2.IK) ) inued John' on Boblan account, assault absent witness.with) Intent lo 30( days as required! by tho statute. The .
contention that this new petition,
the was a
(All the rules Hpplylng to
use of hoso apply luau<> to rim murder; convicted; sentenced 5 years KEY1EST in RUINS. filed on the (hth day of October was not '
M 1 W llte1 f O1llllCe. In
MllicillI r stale prison.
Reputation." use of founrnlns). JOllies: Thomas, breaking and enterIng i on sound the, 'Mr.Ih of Clark September said. ,It and was withdrawn.Mr. presented.

Buy a Home With s.rA hlt..Is.. M.l kamicr's dwelling; plead guilty..entellc",1 A tropical storm which reached the Clark; contended that no one had a -

and ((.Prlvnte Slnbles) to 2 years In stale prison. iroportions of a hurricane, with the property right In the petition; that it was
the Rate.
An Ordinance Fixing I Harold )Edwards bicakiiig mid enterS
For" first, horse . . . 2.40 \\hut I blowing 110 miles an hour passedover not the properly of any man who secured -
Rent Money. Prices to be Charged by tha Cily of Knell: litlul\ I t buiLt' horse . . 1.W) Ing enlenced M. Knnner's 3 store; plead guilty; Key West and the lower end of the the names In the hope that It would "

Pnlntkn, For Water to be Furniihed I f.ntllp..llchh..lld.. . . . 120Livery ) Mitchell years.assault with Intent lo Florida peninsula; last Monday, night assist him to engage In the liquor business l-
by Suid City Through lit Plant and ( tlnl! nnU Boarding Hrnblex) Joe continued., doIng great damage. but that It was the properly of the .
ti'W, ,. . murder case The city of Key West suffered most. and that no one, save the -.. '.
)Ftir :a day* HI for the Regulation Thereof. Fur nitchi horse . . l.NO WillIams breaking and entering petitioners,
Providing John
These chnrtrffi Include water Fully one-half Ihe city Is In ruins, more petitioners themselves, and all of them,
nol I
'FSchloss Will OlftT i SCVl'll 1 II''0 III Id., I it nitUltifd I I by t Hi"I Minor, mid For w8ch lug onrrliigos" without John I .Crooms'Gilbert, grand dwelling larceny piossed.J.ts. convicted hail 500 houses being blown down. could wIthdraw it; that they would have '. I
City ( uiinvlluf tli City( of 1'alutka: hose. ; The city was placed under mnr.hnllaw to personally nsk for its withdrawal or

house, in i 'bhjt reiik'iict'< SIITION: ( : I 1. That tliH City of PcI1 1 1'nrtlon using writer for Htnhles and JohnVllliams,oell''nce' breaking; abd entering prevent 100Ih.lBut two lives were ask through an attorney representing '

collect forvnti'f will bo clmrirxil Htiiblit rh tee, ONI. Shipping also suffered great them. The petition was withdrawn by
Bhnll I I uhiirKinnd
'itliclllou..lylow all k c convicted nnd sentenced loS
section i nt I n 1 railway car;
d'lmage of HID vessels In the harbor all the of the who the : .
\ I tlint hillY/ I.u> ln-ri'iirti, ftirnlKh- whether cnn'lotl( hiy Imnil or In penitentiary.Cl.irence ; attorney man got up ,
nnd EASYTE1JMS. ::; Its vvntur years but the largest were \recked.. The petition a man who hud' no right to It. y ,
1 price m d,I ly mill City<< tlirinigli t ; through pl- ; Brown, perjury, ; pleadedguilty l
loss In the city Is estimated at Mr. Clurk's! clear loglenl -
was a ,
pin nt I Ihi1. ColiIIIII' rail's and elmrges, sentenced l six months III penitenlary. properly argument ,
; '
(: nnd rcifiilutluiiB HTKAM: I I'OWElt ,11110,1100.) ) ono and that It carried conviction .
I HID provision" .
itiiili'i ,
Bros.Company h"I'.lnllrlo'provlll.lI." nnd tincli-r, ri'K- For eiii'h xlcnm holler, wniklnu( John Bellolte, selling liquor, sentence Miami also suffered severely, as dIdotl..r there as ample evidence In the downcast .
i is towns along the lower vast: coast I, features of the few saloon advocates
I llonettly( ) this aSNA1' iilMiioii I I I '* t thin, I Iii tY be', Ii..r.e Itor d.pt- not over twelve hours fitrtiny suspended on payment; of costs and durng I ,
i-d, l resoliitliin or urditiitnoe' Hit f : ; For uiieh additional I I 1 hoiHH.povvnr S 2.! ID) \\ cst.I II. Jo. Mcrryday was tho next speaker. : I
: : I J. \\ Marshall; selling llimor; pleaded U.
p to the present there nothing Mr. Mcrryday cited law and supreme
Annual WAter Rates. 1UJlI.I'1 I I I xn IT It I'OSKH.: I' mill sentenced $23 and costs or four lufinlle regarding any loss of life or court decisions to empha&l/e his point '

For each 'lIok of llnio 01' CP- nontlis in county j.ul.P. : 1 iroperty on the Key West F.xtentilon of that lliosc names on the petition which ..'

HU" KM.IS'd: IIOfHKM.': ment useil . . . . .<>"> A. Jackson: selling liquors: t'lendbilly he 1 lorlda Fast: Const Hailwn)'. had heel11&'lIed by proxy were not hiconpllll"ce '
sentenced $511 nnd costs or six
H II. FllIeY I JticIer r & Bro, Occupi'd) by OliO riunll.v' i supplied MIUTHKD: : WATKR.For (nontlis; In county' j.iil. with' meaning of the con .-

POMONA NEWS.The stitution.Mr. ,
.tl.OO) '
by ono fniicct rpmtitlliHH I t tivcrnKlnu i :-- Claude Stephens, selling liquor; sen- '
Kiich ackllHunnl fiiticpl, tu"thcrcltuil'tir Lens hUll 2IHI' gals per lay prIINH ,)enced 12 months in county jail at hard Monyday a strong argumentand

Real Estato and Insurance I spfdfloall.v/ ,'nt.'d I 1.20: > Kills.| . . . ... .21 ubnr.; material for our hard road' arrived vvhvn, questioned by opposing counsel '
A.B. ,, PlaPhui eaily In the week, and team have beenbusy was. able to maintain his ground I
Un.l-oun lion ru Iiitki. Wllc'li .n liousi" Is uouitplnd by Hen Smith, selling liquor; plead guilt; ,1." ,
nil I I :>'iXI) to mil)) gain rr tiny pr \HHN) frnN .21 pulling on the gravel which is firmly. I
mini t than/ UUP r"lIIl1y.ItIl'I 'J .. .. .. .. .. sentence( suspended on payment of costs '
",, l,4. fi, liniHo))) IIMMI") JS behavior roingcry satisfactory so CM.'e Hev a. followed by :Mr. (Odom of
Htiniilli'd liy "im/ fniictt/ >retiMli : and, during good
n.'i "
run, Ily . .. 4-20' loon' ) to r IIKI" The court adjourned for i the term at nil soon have a fine road ut> \'hmhimitireCt Jllck'Dn'llIe. '
BIHIO") 12:! add ;Mr. Oilom, explained his Ho ( ,
Morn rhmi and the low hopes to more position.
riiinlly I luivltiK Hcpiinitollxlitrrs 3:31) m. yesterday.
Kirschbaum fKnch I ": / ; p.
IIOUBP occupiedhv I In other hans of Pomona before Inn"'oprc' had been employed In his capacity as a u
I n
\\ l wailing for the Su' Johns lawyer simply to see that the rights of
more I bun i>ni> rut iii fly, will .. .. . . . (11.011> only
: pipe organs Ills client under the law
the safeguard
III III'I a.'tr. River driving bridge, and county were
III I livInir
ill BONE.
Ut, III III IB ::11'! Ill III !h. e clmrn'-il t Ii"'sul bOO "DRY AS A
t cd and said he had other than ,
if' i In, 11 uiu.Illrhithi house). ""'UI.H. noAiimxu IIOUMKB: iinm'A- hard road to he completed, when we no n professional -

Company ,, (lOitibiith I I) : ".(ioi I'UAN'IS: AND I'tJIll.lC' HL'It.IUNllH. The "wet or dr)'" cU'Clion In Clay!: other clay drive to .PaLithn; for shopping. and to Mr.Interest Clark's; in first the point matter.he In con reply .

!II ,i I v'hell itHfil: by more thiin one All water furnished hotels, r HtaunuiM County on Tuesday resulted In n sweepiiiK purposes.Pomona tended that the wording of the petition ,
"" lainily loi\ fiich family 2.-H1) houses xml I by of lit to have a Ms -
hoarding I public "dry" victory, n majority going orange and its make-up by precincts was strictly ,
Kiich: additluiinl bath tub. l.i"I !! buildings now coniiecred or to IIP 15h. crop, the groves are in fine shape, and Iin accord with law und common sense.He ,

Designers for 4)ue waii-r-closHt. of approved hereafter connected with paid water \\licn It Is renivmbcied, I hint nt the trees sCent over-loaded, cspcclilly those contended' that the signing of the .

Mij kind I . lI.no plant shall be metered, allowing/ \ to election Iwo years ago the dry majority of C. K. and \\'. 11. Cook and (;eo. Ot- petition by proxies was also In compliance ,,-',
When IISI'<\ by more I hall one each IV ,rebate equivalent to i lie in the county was but 11, It 'it Ill b,' lerson. Packing! will commence next with law and .
Men family, for each family. . 11..111I ')> charge for one faucet one WHter- seen ihnt the all 1I'8n 1"011 sentiment month, and Iho new road' will bo a that the I law did not specify common that the sense-! -

of '" Kni'li: iiddltliinnl! I water-closet. 1.20 closet and one both tub at the raincharged gathers slrcniclh with linn- nnd n little : great help In the orange carting from should be signed by the "petition petition '
i\ One SHlf-eluslnir, iirltial (hone for In dwelling; houses' occupied experience under no saloon conditions. that "direction.
themselves" would have
It said .
I . l.f' 1 ers or so.
i other allowed I by one family as per section 2 The lola! vote of Clay county Is less lion. S. Hilburn for '
closed the tent J. next spoke
Sunday night ser
I :!II1'II..h up
TasteWith net-tub. than 501))) nnd of 15A/ looks
-- : OIIH ndditlotiul set-tub. . -tK;) uf this ordhnaooe.SK'ThN like vxhnle.- n majority vices have been both successfuland those opposed to the granting of the pe s )
: fationt is : : 2. Provided that w hete a Interesting I Rev. Mr. Parrott has tition. Mr. Hilburn made but one brief -

". Wlietn 1hot vvtttnr vessel with any p''r.on, firm or corporation' take decided to lake a much needed rent and point, but he made" that so emphatically, '
used'' lit tile same but one from said city their. entire supply\ of KEUKA ITEMS. make Pomona his home for n few so clearly that it evidently went to the '-

the Pi'l" soo.YOURTASTE: n uold witter shitll fatiopf be charged for water except water for boilers iinrl months. He has a very pleasant family spot. It carried conviction. It was .2 t

1 II fauuet IIl'pliel tuboardliiK exueut. where. the city cannot supply !Mrs.' !Mary :M. I.otlirop of West Acton, and they will all receive a cordial wel this: 'I
mid (lie 01111)1'
such firm or corporation The constitution of Florida .
tlu water person come. In making; ,
hOIl."I.rovl..d. I that III Mass., linn arrived and is now located In ,
Clothingbacked tin- hind I'lfFUHNfTfttEyott ; for shall have free of ehuirge.uhtie her home here fur the Inter. provision for local option electIons'i'.
will Iw ju.I"hy Hhull the charge n Miss Faith Leonard went to Hastingslast
IIij case .
\VCofl'si' uo fauoer, (except hose fut lIe..1 ), one smtesthat an election shall be called on
IiI! buy I tinusn, of the water by II prlviite hit.hi tub and ono water-closet, Inside Miss Leila Houston, who has been Friday to attend the wedding of> her "petition SIGNED\ BY
nt pn-ient' Hire opportn' nities Ii fninlly, exeltislve of eiieh bulldinit or located on the prein.14cc ..II"ndlnl.v..rnl weeks In Maryland! andlrghnhti sister, which took place Tuesday. During of the registered voters of the one-quarter" '

by for ln1\ ill!! th,,ro"KhIywell ;"f hose. nnd stnbl". exeeeil la.lX) of such pel-noil firm or corpora \' arrived herehist week and1.. her three days absence Miss Islamic. This petition contained the names county.of

ina.It l >. nitivic I"-1"' I :", 0..1:11: AXI %AKKHflt'HKS. tion. lIeu her gout, Mrs. j.mellc: Kumlcy, for n Morrison substituted for her at school. many men who did not sign It- their .

FURNITURE ii, "TOKK . . . ".) SKCTIO.V: U. \V here any p"holl (rew Mlkcsxille.Mrs.dnys bcloic(. relurnlnK' lo her home MiHsF.lhel Smith left Tuesday for amonth' names were signed' by proxy, and if .
a Guarantee. ,iblo vrlce' Willow First faucet .supplied. firm or corporation ohnll take advantage nl visit to her sister, Mrs. E. \.. signed by proxy, as was not denied then "
\\ij ,"Vrlor.' on;,<,,11'. Hiiiidsoiue, .. ; liirlor q Where two to'llIllIlSlire each. . HMi) of the provisions of section Grace Ogg of Plensnnlvillo, Ind., Barnes at Ashton.' the petition was nut SIGNED BY the
.. : ( '''h.... ('him* 1- by the same faucet 2 of thlsordlnnnne, for all I extra openings spent a couple of days here last week ntho petitioners as required by law. Under (
Tablet., hl..hOllrI.''' 11111 l IUIetqt.IIUIY ..I Wliere mom than two tenants the ratu to apply. to said openIngs home of her brother, C.j. o'l lis'er; Miss Myra Boone terminated a long these circumstances: Mr. Hilburn said ; '

.Jto.et4. !:' or'1iIps. are supplied) by same futucer 00 shall, b.. charged for at the cain 'beIng enroule lo I.nrkins tin., where visit with 11"V.. S. Middle-ton and departed that If the commissioners called nn election ,
hlle (g
= \ .tt'ulllf Axmlnster aitch . .. ... .. rata as for first fannet for any class she will spend the winter with her Friday for..a. slay with friends in it would be an illegal election. '
try Velvet un.l i WIIIl'r-etna"t, used by one tennnt )- service. laiiichler. Plant: CIty before going to her Savannah The ,
which of : petition was not legal. .
Itug'. . .. ". uWatercloset
..rosnd . .
Art only homo. ,
pie".... it thanone SECTION ... That In nil esses Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. ;Massey were In Mr. Hilburn was-. followed by Mr' ," e.

1. .. will be sure to In.le.Uon, i lined each.by. ,more., ..... *'' where water Is furnished by the city Orange Springs, several dnys last week Misses Mary and I'lorenco"IIUam.. Marshall, who said In sarcastic waf..* 'r Iaddressing
We Invite ycmr wily :; totiatit aililltlonat, / faucet orwcter.OIilRet for fire protection without charge/ enjoying the water of the well.known IIIIMJ arrived from south Florida nnd the commissioners, thai "oC f .J '

and seek your l'aU'mlllfe to pk'aM ." IN ( for ench half the above the parson firm or corporation having sulphur( ttprlnif. I every one Is pleased to have them home course II Mr. Hilburn says you have oot., .
upon our RLIIItY such lire .ervlun shall provide tho power to grant this petition that settles '.'
uurrtnteL..l bechnrned )I4,4f.luihlhig (Miss Lilian O'llaver: has returned from "
nrtlcle rnteswlll
II. Then
Every 1.20 and connect a suitable muter on said i Mr. Marshall proceeded "
urinal, each tenant r few weeks trip, vUllinn rulutlves.. aid,
II The
.. | fire mains wlrhln a reasonable V. I. A. called tho first meeting to go briefly over the points made by .
YELVERTON, Jr. SIIOI'H A:fI) 8AI.<) ); HApothecarv length of time After the passage oC (riends in Jacksonville: Ocala, Morris- of the season last Thursday, 'when a the dry side and attempted to show their -

J. H. one fimcet 9 I 01)I this ordinance. I ton and other points.M. H.iltovv'ccn. social was planned. The fallacy. He said that he had signed his '
I-km. Furnl.h..r. shop ,. J[ P. Smith of J.lck.o'n1110 stopped n ladles expect to do lots of good, work In I to tho "
Complete fallout . a wWarerclosets Haiti toeterashall. be under the control own name petition and that ol '
a 109. palalka.! Fla'There ''I! Knoll: iwldltlonnl! nnd 1 urinals of the Superintendent of said clay last week nt Ino O'h lover I House en lice of village Improvement this winter, one oIlier man, whose written authority h/j./

Fearnside Thon. :11.. ..1117 t1 I \ for dwelling house). City Water Works anil In case, of route If) the southern part of talo on and they deserve many thanks for their for *? doIng he exhIbIted to tho board. '
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Ii., II 11 t III III III same us other than business.Mis. help to the church and roads. Mr. Marshall closed
!:'11111! II: II shops, ono faucet aOL use of water for lira purposes. by mating that hu .
Hnrli-r chair . . a.uo the "ul.l. Superintendent, of Joseph" Rovvncv of Gainesville; thought the law had been complied
---.--- ---- one additional I fitucet . l.IIU) Water Works nliall charge for same wns here this week In view to buyIng' n Well Known Hntcl Keeper USCHuu with; that the petition contained' more 2'. '

Hunting !K.ioh, additional I chair 3.U" /It the regular schedule of prices for home. She was very much pleased with of
Is no use Liquor:, ordrinkliiMfsaloonii( onefittiCOt metered water. s our little burg. ColiC, Cholera and that he believed It the duty of the com-

ClothingCo. nronlll for a ,.If"'"' to .U't )0"oU" "III'nIl'Ift I NRrAI . ..... . 7.20 8HOTION. That all ordinance* or *. Stanley Llchty of Vlnton, lown Olurrhoea Remedy.I '. mIssIoner', to grant the prayer of th.. -
: ItI: .Li. It you hll'" ..II', .IiiY' your IIIfl' I\dIIII"al, CIIIIOllt.. . 1.\JI.1\ parts of ordinances In conflict with Came Wedncsd.iv: lo visit; his (lather, Mr.Chas. Ink pleasure In saying that IImTff petilionen. .' ,, f 5,
t o.I..,I'r\; ::: ,'; :.I% )'.:eotIiI, rur;! :lilY::: : V flloh: ctuir.tIceta "lItI urllll\l chub the provisions of this ordinance. be ; Llchly. I le has been x>n thus enst kept Chamberlain'* CullcCholera Then followed the action of they q

9V 1'111lJ1) JH.w".ul.olnIM II1'Mt'. : '" [ \v 1"81',111111' hull....I IFor nnd, the I"m..r" hereby repealed. coast n few days where he Is Interested ) nod Diarrhoea Remedy In board m above recited. There wa no ., '
>. HIOY'I..l' UIIYOII") S i and uIW'Y'' .."..Iy s'IIlli.IL 10..III'P' puii'piHPC reiitilrlnu not more than: dny of (September. A. I>. 1UO1)) Misses Beatrice Wnicl and Jonltn 0'. fifteen years, and have always" had the crowd of spectators.commissioners. k ,
the btYCt0 Ih.'Y FRANK results from Ito in.. But the
supply WBtpr D. WATTLES. ntlsfitorory ] : have been
o. EARLS, nn. ordinary. . . .: .rM K) 10 ,?? President City Council. Haver; visiting were at In.Miss PnlulUn Waid's Sniunlay home.V. and. Sunday have nitinlnlatered II to agree" manv generally congratulated on their action .- '

..' Pal3tka. Florida. I Attest traveling men. who were nattering It I" conceded by the great majority| who. I
fiT 1"011' HtN' --- IIOHK.sprlllnif A. T. TIUAY \ R. M.issey; and Jos. Mttchctt were from troublns for which It in recotnm uJVSt titus argument: "hlll
+--II. .ils ,'ul... For liuus' hltV'lnlt II no.xle oriflue.us"d or notov.r (!'I.nIJ' ] City Clerk.Approved in I'ulntkn this week, business bent. nl"ti. and have never failed! to relieve duty under the law. ,

"IF IT COMES SOIhN I )lI? "kill., I'll, '. I o>n..roul'th. Illoh September 1-Uh MHli\ Mr. ftnsey county civil entllecr01! them." .ay J. 0. Jenkins, of '--.. '
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THE PALATKA NEWS President Taft has been preaching Florahome Drainage Problem. The Coming; Event. Notice of Application for Tax Deed,, .
]Mi .
tome very readable sermons during his I Notice U hereby glvon that *
Editor Polutka News: The Grand Military Carnival' to beheld of tux certificate!
and trip lu the west but there E. Nye, puroliucm
Advert ser. seems to be I'
We at Jacksonville November 22 27 Is lut day of July
see by your paper that ihe Times- No. 135, ilateJ the PIIMeY
Entered at the Pulutka postoffico a, no reason to anticipate anything: like a Union 1ms sent out expert reporters to an enterprise thnt deserves the hearty A. D, 19(17. has flluil Dalit cert-! Go.

mailabla matter of the second claau. revival of religion '01\111\ follow write up the slate by counties and thai support of the entire slute In the first ,cut in tuy olllci'/ and has made 1\.1'1'110'"- y.

-- .. they are now at Pnlulka working on the place il Is not a money-milking scheme lion fur tux. ileiul, I to !I. n"> la acauiilauoewith I
Published at Pnlatka Florida on It Is becoming a trifle tiresome that nt Putnam county edition It looks like a of some one individual, but Is being conducted law. Haiti:! cerHlli'fttn mubruceu the' !
Fridays byKUSSELl. good for old by Iho National (riuud of that situated. lu Dealers in
these hard roads lulkfcsls the farmer I Is tiling "utnnin to get into I follonlug/ deauilliiul "piopi-rty
A VIGKERS.lWn. print and. to be advertised extensively, city for Ihe solo purpose 01( pulling them I'u tun in count} llotlilii" to-wit: (
continually held up as the principle ftilntka will appreciate advertising especially on a firmer basis !financially This enIcrpiise Wl of ej nt si"i of e.t of swj nnd wi J ofnej ;

A. RUSSCLL. Editor! beneficiary. The farmer Is a mere Incident. since sno has lukcn on so many is endorsed by thu nietchanlsof I of 8'j of u\\l. Hxntlun 2J, Town- Crate Material ''II

These Inlks should bo addressed new Improvements in so short' a space of the city, and Ihey are lending their support :' ehlp" 11 e, Uiiud !iil e-71 ncres. .
lime and while Ihe spirit of Improvement bolh moral and financial nnd with The eald laud bxlug usHUBHUd at the !
more to city people unless It be
THE NEW YOJIK KNOCKER. can is on, advertising will assist" lo tlicir assistance the Carnival Association date of the issu nice of suuli wrtlllcatolu .
shown that tho farmer Is acquiring the make have been nble Ihe finest nl. of all Kinds.
The New York Packer, organ of Ibo the city grow as never before; to secure the name ol U aunuli. t
automobile habit. Ilieo we w ould have a better market. tractions that It is possible for money lobuv. Unless s,1 til<1 OiMtlflnite nhul! be reduemed _
produce and fruit dealers (not Ihc pro .. But what we need most In west Putnau auoordlng to Inw. tux iloml will '

ducers) of the country, Is doing Its ul. The editor of the News lonrns that > Is a drainage law, and drainage to This Is an event which Interests Iho Isaiin theiccm uu the ISthdiiyof Got, }. Fruit and
most to "knock" the Florida Citrus Exchange complete the reclamation of the JiAonluh entire Slate, and never before have such A O. 1'HIU.Vltnoaa. I
cluing Its work In the guise of a Gov. Gllchrlst has honored him with an deck wllu its chain of prairien, which Inducements been offered lo draw a \ my oflMul. BlKtmtura and

appointment as a delegate to the convention comprises Iho very best muck fields,.nl crowd ns Iho association Is now offering.In uiml' tlilH the iTth day tor> Sept." A. D,
professed friend. Here Is a paragraph of the Mississippi Atlantic Inland Ihe least cost to drain of any drainage In connection with. a Grand Parade llllll Vegetable"Wraps.

from Its latest screed* Waterway Association to be held in Ilio stale 1'lorida. The iMcmlau creek every night Iho 1 lorlda Llvo Slack [L't all HENRY Illin'H1NSON,

The Packer has over 3.000 subscribers is by far the oldest drainage in the stale Fair association opens their MidVlnler Cluik circuit uouit Putnam county, Fla
In the stale of Florida. They evidently\ Jacksonville Nov. 15, 16 and 17th next. betoro thii war a company with a charter meet and there will be some of the By J. ('. IUM8 1>. U.Mollim I

have a lot of sense or they wouldn't be As the editor of the News can scarce be Irom Washington commenced work at finest horses In Ihe entire country here. --..-- --- -. --------
reading The Packer e\ery week. A regarded as an expert In canal digging, what is called the outlet brought labor- Come and spend the week with us. Tux Doed. m .
with The city will be turned lo the visitors of Appllottion for
Rood many of them are' members ol It is Just possible that the bestow of ell them and used shovels, but they over
of sound were stopped by local Inllucncc. Concerning and will be their properly from Notion in lu-inhy glvou thnt J. F.
this Being men
mind exchange they have a perfect right to their this honor Is due to his efforts la behalf ; nils vvu refer you lo Mr. Frank Monday November 22, to Saturday the Gimas, pui'chatter of lux riltittntu No

own opinion and if they want to back It of water as the national beverage sort Lumpkln of 1'lorahome.I 27th.-Carnival Press liurcnu. 1(15( dated tli. Oth cluy of July, A. j Palatka Florida.

with their cash that is their own of "water, water, everywhere, but not a ho next effort to drain the Etonlah D., I8HI him fUnd sllid o.Ttlllcnti) in my ,
business so long as they opcnie within drop lo drink fellow- creek was by Dr. Slpprell about twenty- A Snake Horror.While nfilno and lisa mariA npplluiitlnn' for tax
lawful bounds. 11 they should becomeuverenlhusla.tlc five years ago, w hen Col. 1'owler was her (lend to iHsiin lu nooonlanni1, wl'lI< 'litnr, j
and to batking ,slate senator. Ho Introduced a bill legaliing sitting on tho porch of Bald' cnrllll' lite oiubiiK'ns thii following

somebody else's imagination go: I if they arc I Two men from Alachua county here the hloniah Cannl ot Drainage (.;0., residence one day list nttracted week Mrs' dt-HorlbiMl propmty Rltuatod in Putnam .
of Norwalk --
Wright by -
'and by this special act of the was Flotilla'. to-wll -- -- ..
legislature ,
"paying the freight" why should an the sale of liquor Is prohibited, recently ler bush county : -=
some chickens looking tin< a as
the slate did grant to Ihe said SwJoftH'J. 86GllOU3fl, tOWIIHllip 12. S, "-- -- -
outsider object? They will\ find out company =+ +==----- -
n cut to Jacksonville In Duval county, thirty.five thousand acres of its swamp If fascinated She thought thill il was tango 20 e-40 ni'reaUho + :::;.:: a

where they stand soon enough. where the liquor business In control. and overflowed lands after which the a snake, and making a closer Inspection milj 1 I..lid helutf asBi'SBoil, at the -== :Iu.tn.a.r.c.: : :Eh.a.JJC.ac'3i'::: :w.w.PALATI
The Florida Citrus Exchange numbers suid commenced tho said work was horrified to find a large nltlosnako I of unuli ceilltlcato lu
They filled up on Duval county "booze"and >> company date of the UHiianon ,
ila members and some Later made coiled there. She walcheil II until help Siiiiuderx. Unload I
among promoters then Into ol drainage.: they application the iiiimn of 8 J
of the clearest beaded business menthe lu went over Cloy a diy for Ibo selection of thirty-five could arrive and Ihe snnke killed. It sill.'.I ell"llfI'ale I Blinll. he ri'iltH'innd, according ; Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries andt:
and killed Tho measured 5 feel 8 Inches. After two
county a man. expense
the thousand acres of land which Ihe charier to la v. tnxdoeil: nil! Inane thereon
state men who realise fully of their trial will fall on Clay county. called for; in the meantime a steam hours a fire was made for the purpose ou the. nth dnv of Out A D IOUOWltueBB Patents. /

truth of tUe ndage that "In union there And yet there arc some who favor local shovel dredge was loaded on the cars al of burning the dead snake. Its head my olltcinl Mlgimiuie and Bea (, PRESOHIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMPOUNO&D IIII

. is strength," a principle that has been option as against statewide outlawry of Akron, Ohio, asking for orders lo ship. It was jumped placed and on writhed Ihc burning ns If alive.coals, when bin the 10th '1..yofs l"It.| A D IUIIKSeall 1 !I rnEBU OiBDEN HEED AitenU Mallory. St".OIoblll in,, III IIIg

successfully worked out by the Cntlfornia this crime bualne.s.Sanl But notwithstanding that a direct grant But that isn't all. 1\fr. 'Wrlgbt took ( llENRY HUl'CUlS>>ON. .--.........;: =- ; : .E. -.:.. +==-= .
breeding ,,,,
Ihc Dr. Fli
of was given by stale to bipprcll's Clerk "fl'eult I unlit. I'utiinm unty.
orange growers in the mirkcling the snake off the fire, and culling off -
and --- .
company the act reads as follows: -- .
their It is true that the lorldu Its head, threw the body some distance -
crop Hilburn has announced In the "For the purpose of facilitating and encouraging !I.I.oP.H BA1I.IY JViI.TlinHlLI.KHDprenldont.

Exchange during this, the first >uar of Times.Union that he will not be a candidate the said work of drainage: the the when body to Jumped the astonishment the nir of and everyone writhed ., L LL LLL n r.. Socv andTrew. I
stale hereby grants and donates nil lands .
its life will not control more than one r.
for congress next year against: owned by thu stale in the four townships again, a headless horror know
3 Let us your The G.
half Ihc and hence cannot achieve Loper
crop, Frank Clark, assigning as reasons Ihclong 7,8 and V, south of range 23 and 21," .. Bailey Go
the thorough success for which the organialion and nolw ithstunding that the above
continued Illness of his law partner grunt
t. it as designed.: But the and the press of legal engagements from was w Ithin Iho meaning of an net of Lame Every Morning Grocery PIc Fire Insurance:

Packer should know. If It docs not congress, hereby the several states of r
which his clients arc unwilling to release
that the principle for which the Exchange ihe Union received their swamp and A Had Hack Is Alvvuj'* WOTHO In r
him. The News Is satisfied with overflowed lands which act was for the Jtlomliiir.! "I'ulutkii luopla:: r Leading American and Foreign
: contends, is one that meets the as much as was practical for Ihe drainage r
these reasons because It has all along lire Finding Kcllci.. j Wants r
appro\'nl of the grow crs of Florida not of these lands. Yet the 1. I. Bonrd turned r Companies
known them to be true and In line with
yet affiliated/ with the organization and down the selection made by Dr. feipprell A bnck that nches nil d"ylnd r
f *Ir. Hilburn's reluctance lo sacrifice, In nnd gave the above lands to !Mr.ilunler rmusRS dUconifort lit night! Is usual' hwoisn .' Accident Insurance
, \\hoarcoaly kept from such affiliation J and wo nil! be pleased to rfurnish :
the of his In the morning-, ;Makes
heyday legal career, a profession ol Jacksonville or lo Uudding- you '1 r
by reason of past pleasant and seemingly In which ho has made such signal lOll, Hunter \\ilson, or to the Green replllll If jou tindn't slept nr allCan't I you with the beet r The Travelers of
, of their Cove 6t Mclrose cure a bud buck: until you Hartford
profitable handling crops by It'y, or to Ihc Green
and brilliant To abandon such T obtainable at r
success. Kld'ueyPili" :: goods surpna-
the kidneys. Dunn's
. certain honorable commission houses Cove fie NN cslern It'y, or to the \\ cslernUnllw cure
a career for I politics, or anything else ay. cute sick kidneys-make you T ingly low prices. r"J Life Insurance:
, direct And for other reasons. These would mean a tremendous sicrlficc. to a Ve don't know, but the courts have- feel better woi'k better rent bettor EASY AND SAFE TO USE

non.affiliated growers arc not fighting man who had reached the summit of his decided that Ihey were not a company and sleep better.l'.rlUnu..nt None but First-class goods uJ The Old lleliable
and late eiirpR' In I'nlttka" prove rind shelf here. "Oerraama(
the exchange imbltion. How much years we have not seen anything room We uJ INEXPENSIVE.Rf .
more so to one the ineilt of Dunn's.Mrs. : I
of the railway but the fad Is tho stock :
And neither is the ,
exchange fighting
like Mr. Hilburn who Is still climbing. logs are gone and Putnam county met (U.V.. Murdock Tenth St., : want to convince you of this uJ Life" of New York

such commission men, as the News undcastands Politically the News believes also that wllh an irrctrcvable loss not only Invaluable Pnlntkn Fin., miva : "I ntn Kind toirlve so como and see for yourself, aJ lLS LICE I
Us The exchange desires Down's Klclnov Pills ..n- ,
policy. my
timber but In the of
Hllburu drainage
:Mr. will keep and that
along I
first of all an even distribution ol ihe Etonlah creek which should have dorsement In order to let my neighbors or, phone your order in to LNo. Marine Insurance:
about 1912 ho will bo looked upon reclaimed 20 know of the benefit I have derived Si and it will receive c '
the b in ueen years ago. :! !
crop } I preventing gluts anyone il ALL LIVE
throughout the stale as mighty strong: Dr. Slpprell had bargained with the from their n"... I wna u sufferer .. The LeadiniR Companies
market. I Dcchingc In nil the and careful u
agents atte'iT
gubernatorial timber dredge company to drain the land for from bnckaelie and kidney trouble prompt -
commercial! contora will sell the fruit to -- one'half of the lands when drained sothnt for some time ami IVRS ell used tion. / S''iFECTS.'!

commission men, and do their best to the loss of the grant put him out of much mitieiy by too fixiufcut PUR- :'t j. CLEANSES.PURIFIES.. All Claims Promptly
One thing about that liquor' petition 8nl/'AS, ot the kidney secmtlons. My Free dolivary.I |
therefore jjLC.
maintain IMng prices-FOR THE business, political prestige was ::i I Settled.
will surely disgust the average cili/cn his only hope, so he ran for a pi ico, but back ached find puined IIIHHO severely ,
OROWCIl .ind tint the lost In the after which he that 1 could hatrily net n rim mlnnd
is fact that three fourth of out primary
The exchange Mill also supervise the sold Ihe charier to Gen. Charles II. In tllA morning upon rising Stephens II has in many uses that II It Oflico JIB Front !St. Palntka I'lorliln.
the names on It arc those of negroes, wn" so lame ami stiff thnt f found It \ necessity firm.
picking and handling of the crop and ilonnrd of Chicago, who promoted a an every --- -
many of whom are utterly irresponsible, difficult to clreBB 1 linallv rend
with Gen O O lloutml and
thus reduce the damaged fruit excuse for company ,
(hough qualified under the law ns clli.ens Mr', NVilbon who afterwards run Iho.lorahome about DOIIII'H Kklnev Pill ,anil procured Grocer
low returns to a minimum th, m at J. II Ilniiirhton'sdruKstore. / ,g!:; r CURES MANGE, SCAB.
scheme with Mr.II .
/ to hive their names COlin led. Had colony r
The Pucker at efforts of the They removed tlit* lnmene i! RINGWORM, SCRATCHES
sneers I ifer i'lorldj After rcalilngabuut :
ns agent.
. exchange to discourage the shipment the pellilon been signed by one quarter $1UUOUO from the sale of lindsMr and bticknchn nnd, regulated the piissnices | Kliby ana Alouls Stiootu Cream Vermifuge
, of Ihc white lax paving citizens of Ihc of the kidney. Becrotlonn. I 1 C All Disease Germs
of green fruit, and in this nay aba gives: '. \\ilson sold the charter lo Mr. \ nn- 5 Palatka Florida. \ troys
feel better lu nnd 1I'lvfI
now eV"fWIlV ,
count), Ihcro could have been no objec natta who was supposed to carry out the
in inkling of the real animus behind said work' of to the ,| Donii's Kidney Pills tile sole 1 THE GUARANTEED'
lion raised regarding its entire legality drainage according K DRIVES AWAY FLlca'Y.
its attacks on that organisation to Its but lo have It within the 'po\\'er of 600 chiller, but who failed to complete the credlcl 1. '..rrrrrrr r.r.r.rr.r. I

"'1,000 ,subscribers the sMte of Florida" Irresponsible negroes to call an election outlet die main, and ditch 1 only cut about one.third of For sale by all dealers. Pi'Ico 50 cents. -'------- ---.--- -. '--- --- I. .4UI a., WORMREMEDY
vtho will evidently hive sense enough
diluting an expense of fully $1,000 upon Wo want lo say to the people of Putnam Foster-Mllbura Co., Buffalo. New York, AckermanStewartDrug
discriminate their
to between real Restaurant
the people of Putnam county and nt the county that this drainage is of more United European
i sole agents for the States. ,
friends and their real foes and the re Co. i
behest of a man hose only hope Is .mpoiiaiicu' than the l people give it credit
suit w ill not be healthy to the Packer Three years ago Mr ilden made 65 Rflmninber the name-l>oan'B-and
interests ilint the election may result In graining ''lublieli of corn to tho acrei. two >cars Furnished Rooms '* POll PRES BOOK11T
take olhor.UIIJI'IIIJI'i'III'i..IIIH
him permission to engage In a business ago was overflowed and drowned out, no Hot and Cold Baths, .-_._-.. THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ,,
There arc many honorable commis hurtful lo the moral and material well ihe next year Dr. Slpprell made 58, last S

Ion men hose dealings have been being of the hole county' Bah! It IEnauseating. year :\1 r. htocklns made SO, and tills year :'! ',' \ i il i nil/ ,' IB.',un. !in .it" ,am HIM: i.ici, AtCHAS TMI OWN'VMMVi'a'ViTi.t a. .
satisfactory ID the Florida. Mr'. I'urrlngton made 80 bushels of corn Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
orange pro Chfappsf nci-klent Insuriince
Il is another example of -Dr,
10 Ihc ncre on muck I inds at lorahome. SMITH'SHome
, duccr There also hr for I KUPPERBUSCH'S rhuniHH1 KclHctrlo: Oil. f LOUie, MOftolil .
, are many w > the negro furnishing Iho balance 01' The planting was done only In III'ur.able Stops Ihe T.

years have been stcmatlcally robbing power and dominating the political pliccs near the outlet nloiiir the Made Candy 5 Palatkn. Fla. pultl n splitt.ml hunlH the wound. All drulf"Kists by Apkermnn-Hti'wim t i._ "

producers. canal The above record was made by and J. 11. HiiiiKbton
affairs/ of the
county, egged: to it, not by a
dry seasons helping* out the imperfect Ice Cream -
The exchange docs not say this off! .
carpet baggers, but by n class fully as lie dralniffc.

ciallv', but every individual orange void of principle."Later Providing we had 20,000 acres of this = Hot and Cold Drinks. = I

grower in Florida knows it to be true. muck drained and into corn wltli our

lie also knows that the exchange was loncst estimate of SO bushels to the acre, -- Agent for yHuyler JUDGE'S 1
I will
on formulate tho ptit : [LIBRARY r
would have bushels. 1
1,000,001) igures -
formed to |>nt the "kibosh" on these form upon which I shall stind." writes wo Candies.
decleve. = ]
don't lie, they can only
robbers a prospective democratic candidate for Corn Is called king" in the United AJTHf.

And It Is going to come I pretty near Congress from I"lorid I. And right here Iales. It Is a 'JO day crop and we have L. A. SIVIITII 1 %
Is shown the weakness of the 3 ,
, that present $1,000,000 In it \\e don't ask
doing: thing per year
. law in that it
primary mikes no l provis Foliltkii, FlorlilaHDj ,
(for n sidglc dollar of the recent ill
The New York Packer has performed ion for conventions.. Time was when ,

some service In Ihc Interests of the pro democratic pi itforms represented the -Is.ue-nso we have it got nil In something I'ul.itUn: If jou butter choose than ",IIIWIIlU"II, lilli'' ,,1111 ,:n,11111'101'.111.; { : m: ''l1 ui

cluccrs of the country. It has exposed iggrcgalo wisdom of the parly. Under good roads bridges, or court house, help
the present system Ihc pi ilform represents us lo II, drop that political fad of anti-
several robbers-AFTER THE CRIME: the catch.phrases of the candidate
drainage which has carried
WAS COMMITTED.: : and is meaningless. II Is certainly time sway
Putnam with much In
county so gusto
But it was never Ihc organ of the pro for the slite executive committee to call tho 1 past. If we would succeed get New and Up-to-Date

lucent of the country. It "plugs" solely a Ing convention where for Ihe purpose of dcclar down to hare facts. figures and good Furniture and
wo are nt. This go.os.you. .
for Ihc middle men. please plan is wrecking the I.arly.-Pa. judgment AUSTRALIAN

The cxchnnge was organi/cd to pro iatka News. House Furnishing Goods means

mole the INTERESTS: OF THE PRO Opponents to the primary sslcm of Where the Orange Blossoms at very low prices

Dl'CER."llh It the Interests of the nominating candidates, Grow.
arc appearing
Go to or Library Slips will be in
accepted for
subscriptions to
middle men lire SECONDARY: frequently, for the reason that the 1 primary Now the moon shines on the water

Hence the enmity of the Packer has been weighed and found And the dew is on Iho 1'0.' .... The
wanting.It But my heart's In old<1 1-'lorUlaV R. S. Mooney Palatka News

\ here the orange blossom gro\\ .. ,
While Florida will ship Ihli Is concccded 1 by thinkers tint the or (or sllbser ption8
season And to .tandarj
I watch the
moonlight quiver Pulutka Florida. magazine or for oook.. Catalog lent for 2 cent ilarnp.
her biggest and finest orange crop, the system has materially weakened (lie On the grasses and Iho dew

improved methods of distribution will democratic parly in every southern stale And dream amid Ihe shadows ---

doubtless prevent the usual gluts: In the where It has been tried, and If a change Of Ibo I past and home nnd you. Undertaking and Embalming. Library Slips are FREE

markets and good prices are assured the for the better does not come soon, there Now the )dlovv moon Is gleaming, .
will bo no party left.-Apalachlcola. Over Florida's flowing streams --- A H
Tlie Library .
grower present Slip In
orange I .
crop each
appears of
uitla thi.
Times. Only there the skies nre bluer. now.papor. Clip It on* and .ave l-(
should bring to the orange growcas of And the slnrs shed softer beams.I THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE combine it with Ihe Library. Slips pBCU.d .lth tb. loll.Wl.d kou...

the stile some six or eight million tlol- Woman's Home Companion for I can feel the south.w Ind sighing; .LIGHT boltl products.s

I Volusia County Record. Through Ihc trees so (all and dim I Armour
irs October i /+&XSf Irnnd of Canned rntmt KTtrnct The"Hvnt** Tonle
Far' away are voices singing H AIICRICAM io Mint*. force, Koru Kink. H-OOftlm*.lniulall
It Is possible lo Some old plantation negro hvmn Artttnnr'tt Totted und Deviled Meat* H-0 Product'*
gel a most :
The Euslls Lake
Region issued ami/Ing i
a special ME EYFvv Ariiiuui" :a fliar BHceit' Uncoil derma it American Coffee nnd Tea*
edition of great merit list week In amount of interest out of practical or There Ihc brec/e tells\ sweeter stories' Reviews Armour Artnuiir::: :: : I'xtraxt; of Ie) .f GUhl." tuff JVUoroal f4uuUl.*.
Holes, when they arc handled like those : Huluhle Beef .i HpaRlieUl' etc
which the attractions and advantages of : whlh appear In the Womin's Home To Ihc grasses and llio dew Armour::: Drcf ITctde I.k-oi I I lc pnat Illei mad Jujube
And I II. song drifts through my dreaming Tinniter;h"r;: : :: 111 U Ice Crenm puwd rnfennen
that pretty section was set forth in convincing Companion for October.uch Dreaais of home the 1 past and Ilitniicr, Ury Ailintnnlit sin Iciim Powder
manner. The piper was on cf > tin article, Is that containing And the shines you 1:inner l.jo (Di iufectnnt) My Wife'. "hn hul 1 TreMltig
moon softly brightly
Wlllltm Armstrong's advlco H>iiiHiiri| ( None Such M Ince Meat .
fort of distinct and lo Ihc am And the dew Is he lit.ni Koynl Dutch) Cncoa I :
nt promotion convincing on ( rose tli'y Acme T*' Mnauifre Crentn
merit and reflects credit bilious music student who wants to But my heart's In Florid I lUiiulnlty: ::I : : HIircdHnl Cmlt"Hutter ll Pro.pity.'Inc.tic "loolli Hrtmhe
great study abroad. Mr.' Armstrong has made : \\hero Ihe blossom. ll<*nrlMlfy,, i Hinr: Honelen' I ::* llerrfnff\ 1 iimiita ( fflycerttie: t>:iiiulce: ) Aoap
on Its editor and publisher Mr. Clul. II. a careful special Invcstlgitloni and his orange grows. Inlnmit, unking' roI.r"I1..hY'I., nt" Herub K-Z rcourlng Hoap)
NtwtllMote. idvlce Is to study al home first I I Alice Florian Holland In !Mobile Ijuuliaui tt\tUit iual UbrtrU Cucoauut "a finniiy i.. Ou.Mondny O. (10U I.mmdry 1I0u..1l014 Hoap 1 (mgj)
In .Short' Cuts to Health" Dr. Woods Daily Item

: negroes signed Tom Kealing'swhiskey Hutchtnson waves a danger liaR over Save Library Slips Pennies
many popular fashioned remedies. Like
election petition In one precinct "\V hy I Left Ihe Ministry" is a start MN[ AND WOMN[ WANHD One

l of Palitkn than white men In the linn confession by a country parson, Slip. ilLl-WI! >rirr: S"P equals One Cent. Fr.ction.1 Library

entire seven precincts. No, the negro who" I I. anonmous for obvious reasons The United States Government Gives ) J.ibr.ry'qll.1 T ""'. A'U l"a'tonl to make Fun li ""y 8liP- 10 Full
I 1 ar from Iho country parson lies the Slips hav. ..
doesn't count much In politics, but ho Is theater of action of Kellogg Durland's Railway Mail Clerks $SOO Year to ,. Iho Library Slip in an .hong. "lut of' $1'00Commence collating to.d.y by cutting I out J
here to use w hen the occasion demands story of Queen Elena.Mirlon Start And Increases t.o 1,2OO.: I this .dv.n ..m.nt and learn how quickly Library SI:". can b. ....J.

and this occasion In Ilarlind at Chlnon has
way one which written INSTRUCTIONS j
her big.hearted Oman's of Undo Sam will held nn examination Ernffyou! Library Slip to thl.
lu \\'as necessary to success.The story Juanof for Postal Clerks and Letter Carriers "
Arc. In T Newspaper O/hre./ our Local I.
Besides these there are eleven special Florida and throughout Iho country In R..mption Ag.nts.' .W.r"' plainly' in'' I""y -'"" ."">
Tampn Tribune with ill Issue of articles in this issue, everyone of November, for other positions on different I """ whul ubicripiiou or book you de ir..
last Sunday morning begin Ihcfu'l dates.. Il Is estimated that 50,000 appointments Always
: printing which ought to be read and pre.ervtd.lIow'H will be made this year. The Send 6 eenti

'! Associated Proas report, to handle Government wants people over 18 years Irron wnntvltbpraVltirotlnirflhnttlp notary trade 1 VALUABLE : tampS for

which a direct n Ire has been run Into ThUf r to nko the examination i will pay them fehuttloorBHInslo'lhn.u.l Sowing Alnchluo write f f/iciln UW Ai ,/iJ ,2 :.": u. ij SAVE THIS VzVz Christy GUI

the Tribune office This places the We offer One II unilrvil Dollar RHWUIH for Any well and give them an annual vacation with
...e or ci'.rrh that NIW HOM1 SIWINO MACHIRI COMPANY B" picture,
connitt be cured by U"II. with full The Bureau of Instruction
Tampa Tribune on Ihc same high plane pay. :j O\nttttnu
CalKrrh Cure* I f yout ''ii \I..< and
as the grcilest dallies In the country, and! F. ;J CHENEY CO. Toledo., O Mill fit nnyonc In a short lime lo w mir icwlng machine*ure nutria to Mil rerardlms ofqtmlily \U J".w : -:: U."IJ ll.lt dialog
We.thoniKlerMltfiifltl, h.,.kniiwrn f.J.I'bnn.'y : pass tho examination. A Government ,bin lh A w Iloiiia mn la to w w. Local wall pockXMagazlni
gives It the exclusive south Florida field for tlio ,ln* ... .., Our Kimrantr tiv r ruin ouuby r.t.-JU-
.lIor."I.n. I bunlm !
.r..o.&lon. Ami'an in* 1" mil
In IhU Prepare for tho Dealer- :1J
serving splendid news service. clAlly At* fci lArry oue obligation. niAUe now examination Any uflBorlae ut. ; any reader of Iho Polalka News full ----- ."'. -..... .... .
"The Tribune aspires lo be the by can get nut n Toward
great. nrraWTAr.niNO, Kit NAN U tnvifVV Information by writing Iho Bureau of Instruction he p.ym.nt forSKMoTwo "'"Sl8ln... Loa!.".anof .ub riotUm. to thl "....paper Book Company,
newspaper of south Florida says Its edllorlal buivailtt' l>rugul....Toll d announcement of this service. If flail'*Cururrh Cure l I. taken ,internally, a. tlnf N. Y., Building R. C. Hovvell deserves I Srnrmt CWTALO AND WALL POCK rr III Wtil 1411)Sfrtet )
1 dlntutly' upon thplito' d anil m nou. eui, 'atAeor .'0 ......._ ..... V2
this paper had any comment It woul be: I! the11111. 'IVstlmunlftf.M'iif' rreo. It. _.MM XMI,U.n..v., ...... I .._____._..
Keep aspiring, but-you ara already that. I It per boitte. Bold by All druffluteTiksHaU'i "l Una Ornii>irer inr uruoerixii. a"t In Palatka FJa.L ......""'" ,".. ON' ."N' -.ns_.._. Riw Tark

Family PW Car Coutlpltlon la the oily. Prices a""" ys naloaable. "gy.AN Oj,. "ju, ?



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Crescent City News'f Crescent City yu"fBOln* '10 Suffer for F. S. 'Con Soil Out.F. .
< of
need hos0g ,Ihls \I |ntcr. III fact their S. Cone, one of Crescent City A WOMAN DUELIST FLORIDA EAST COAST
already felt.: One family wn oldest _
I.""' ''''' ''''''''''''' ''''' obliged to leave, last week because they most substantial and honored TIAia CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept. I. 1909 "
Garden merchants, has sold his store, stock timid -

Fresh f $ 41 Personal and Social 41 = could tourist not season find not n home.yet open.M. This. and the residence to Ernest L. Math of Alabama By HAROLD OTIS. -:7 IIAIt.V; I N' MA'N L-;;; =DAIt.Y' 1... DAILY N". H I [

: a son of our honored townsman [Copyright, IBM, by American Preie A....- IIAIL" ,

: Seed For Fall Planting ""' '''''''''''',''''' ''''''''' '''t of {. H. Read as agent for the propertIes J. H. Miithls. elatIon} i :r: ,flli, ; ''I Id-:- snm1G'7T.muuvi1Th..nu i.y iedi,,iCflI:: ,'iC., TIiI to em r.:,, n si, time sun i -

Mr. and! Mrs. E. V. the estate of the late Edwin Mr. fierano tTenclDB maiter at I'a rill. ,.., ,
Luiiilbcr.- spent GIlbert, Mathls took possession of the 7 p'" \I ".i l.\ I 1'01. ka it i 5 .I ,Pu I II (JII eels'
several dnys I In Is this week wileD daeJlDg Was not only more cgra ,11 I'''' t :''J .m ,l.r. .. irunot . "VI s 20 pIn I IC .on Pnllonall lIull.' Parlor oar -_ _
Jacksonville advertising .
obtained nt Lonnda la'i'eek.. for sale the store on Friday and will continue the II, I"n I.. u... S. .Lv1, I" pia. 10 ion oporaled 0. Sr.tfl. 25 anti 7110.
can no* There will bo preaching at the MeiU property known as Hit Southfield Hole business Mr. Cone will remain In the prei/areil moa; but more the way serious for there the tbnu killing now.of '4' ma in, I:::: it m uS jo, puim,: .jL'.I'.y.u"a;, ; :..,. :t:1: V I ;X lua pin: : 40 a, :::: Iw..nJaok.n\lIunUllml. ., .

Drug Store. odlst church next This property Is well described In the residence ot least until lbs first of Jaau I to,' I lii tutu Lv .,.ceoa Ia at pa IiS ems
the Genuine Sunday morning the by teaching his art to the ,: ::1 : : j : t ::
also have advertisement many men : ; In, a'. p.uu'i.V' : Kecktedes.:. 12 40 ln I. 44 am .
to Bermuda Onion usunl hour.W. to be found all this page amy when he expects tomove Into II randan It wa generally under I am put 4 67 pIn, ..I.v ..E.u (mills. ,Lv I 12 III pun I 10 auu I..Uman. Burnt" 1I1..po. as'u
) Its he .L. 1 5 U1 108 ama .w..n New Yerit sod Kuightiu
Imported location Mo' 007 'IeutoucnS pIn
Is 1"0 pun
of the
( B. Saunders and one most bcautifu new residence yet to be built. stood that a pupil of Serane wan sure as iu 7 0I', ''' ,I.. ..1'1. Pierce .. .1.. 10 20 nun \I :III lm Key over the Alle.llo Con' LAO.SM .
Sped. John Iliiichlnsn In nil the place, and us a winter resort Tho sale was made,,through the M. II. to kill his man. If hIm. leaaona wore an' P 17 pIn I.e ie' I'."" \i".oh I iv 5 04 gun 8 4" 'l..m aorl" .r JsuouitIe I I. bs'tim'l -
have boon spending a good share hotel .u. .mu. eu II III 1'11I AI M'.I' ,CIr r.JII: sun 0 00 I"n nn rates eaan4 /It. -
aflUctett with ol the there Is no doubt but that it will Read real estate agency. really no valuable It muHt buve bwu 7 00 smI.uui Ar aim -
If your cattle are week In Palalka on court business. cater to all the business It partly owing to a special cootldeuce I, a'; :::::1 I :: : ;; ltmuue.tel: ,-;-,- -,-Is-----------I-:-' : :: :::- : : : ao m'u.pa::, -
remember that can handle Mr. Mathls the Is .. ... I 45.
sickness new proprietor a 10 51 nun .1.0"" 1,1..I .m .
alt Mr. and, Mrs. Z. C. gIven the pupil and a corresponding -----------1.5-r-.i.v .Ktgil., Kf1. I 00 Sm.i"T'
VB can/ supply l IL positive remedy "sonvllle, were pleasant! Hcrlone ol Jack !Mrs. S. B. Shaw spent a largo portionof young man a little past 30 yean, with all lose of nerve on tbe part of the oppo :.h'.7.f:. :: .I.:::: : "I..I i:::: :::.fBP1ii::: t -

Salt. Sick Cure week end guesls last week In Jacksonville, when she the appearances of a clean, agrcsslve lellO.on -. -. 54sVfliu.LV. .- . 300pm
iu Maufl'* of Mr. nllllMrs. nent. At any rate, those whom Serene .-.. -
quickly. Try it. J. II. Mnls:, | purchased many new goods, In additIon merchant. He Is married and has two bad taught usually bad little troubleIn "4mmuidal.. Tuiesulay. aunt Th".I.y.. arrts'slu It Key si'e.t.Tuusnulye ,

It cures The M. II. Read rcnl cMnlc agency lo orders sent lo the eastern markc or three small children. 1lrs.Ialhl8! settling their dispute without recourse Thllr."A1', RO" 1I.IIIrdI\YI.
-- has been doing some business lately, liS Mrs. haw was taken 111 about the time and the children arc sllll In Alabama, to the foil. ",011,1". ". SVdneday. .n,1 "rhI1\11. arrivstnemid, "pUlllr.n"una.. ---- .,

Lounds Drug Company, you have probably noticed; but there. she purposed to go north on a buying and probably will not come down until One sveD1Dg'Serane was sauntering PALATKA "RANCH ',

more In the wind. trip and was thus prevented from milking they can move Into their new home. down the boulevard and on reaching '
'.1'.ns.v It... HUT PALATKA 1'0 Arrive I.euive I PALATKA TO EAST A.rlnE..I
Crescent City, Fla.\ Fred Htibbnrd has been shipping Con. the trip, but situ! says It has made no !Mr. Malhls slates that he will continue the opera the concluded performance.to go One In and of till attend Pftutmuksj' I'aLLAI'KAPaiatk' I, I'w.lka I PALATICA 1'.lalk. ,

slderable grapefruit difference, as she has secured a splendid the store as a dry goods and shoo store ----
the C. B singer on tbe stage was a woman I sn, I...... .No. tOO l.tty ........ 6 nil cmii" 4 '0.", mum D.lly......... d 00 aliiI '
Hubbard grove on Haw Creek anil II's stock of new goods-all of which are and that he proposes dry a fine line named Maupln. Though she was not I I Is em. .-... .. .No. IIrJ tuamty..0 00 suu. 8 011.... too D.lly........ H2O.".
FOR SALE. fine now coming In. of goods. It Is his present to I I"" miu, 101 .lIy........ 0 roO alii i.I on D..lly........ n 5", a
looking fruit, loo. purpose singing an Important part Serene'sgaze ,0 tOO O""y.......... 12 in I'' 21' tOT D.lly.... I Lit pi
Mrs. G. F. Sprague 1m' Mrs. G. I F. Sprague has leased the close out. some of the smaller side line was constantly fixed upon her. 1'' 10. !pi 1 P' -No. I'' 55 ems
Ing leased -No. .
hr ate
M tin pun I"n us I' .
a 6"
Hawkins Estate Property, hotel properly, propose!) to lake a loni Crescent! Inn to Mr. E. B. Coulanl, late at bargain prices.Mr. Why one woman's porsonnol will an "I'' t Imaity..4. pi 70 pm II batty..4.71'1"' '"

and much needed rest nnd of Philadelphia and the new lessee look Cone has lived In and about Crcs peal to one man when another woman
one thai sIte U tbe cblef attraction for other SAN MATEO BRANCH
of cent City nearly thirty years and Is well menU '
Consisting : Is certainly entitled to. possession on Monday. Mr. and :Mrs
I ouUint aim lo keep and known to nil. lIe has reached an age an Insoluble problem. We only know 'n- ;;KA"l' PALATKA 'tO Arrtveuseul, leave Sam, SAN MA1'KO TO EAst iArrtveJta.i. .

Fine Residence Property in Capt S. M. I.aliree stud Postmaster unable home with \\'ell.suppllell a neat table com when! he thinks It well to retire from that tbe fact eilntH. In Maupln Serene .'. 1 ,lAN )IA'I'EO AI..u, .I 1 A.,. PALATIA Piialk
with Lounds I saw that which appealed to him -
Crescent City will unite In flu, effort
9 to socuiSunduy the burdens
of active trade though

!jns Block bearing, Orange Grove. mail for Crescent Clly-at lens and the commercial one that will men In and nil respects Inter v'isllors.Mr. picas. no means an Invalid. It was, only two by trongly.be sent At the his close card of to the nor performance and re. : ltOnm aU.m .:::::::::: : W rn ::::::::.: = Ii flOOsa 541pm .No.105:::::::::: : : Dait.i::::::: : ::' : -

one mall ol noon from the nonh. _
with House Barn ; Coulnnt slates thai the house will or three weeks ago that the News announccd celved an Invitation to call upon tier ,- ... No I Nd
61 No lit 1
20 acres, !Mrs. Clay Grable and children of his purchase ol the\ vncan behind the .1 6 Nu.6
HouseThe hereafter be known ns the Sprague "'.ly 1"' Ialy MAvOR BRANCI Dall1 '; D.I
Windmill, Packing Braidcnlown arc here on n visit to her Lyon[ block on Central avenue. Mr. Sera ne." she said as soon ,
Union \louse, In honor of Crescent City late'! .1 10 2 Oem 0 aim t.._.._ ......,..." ...._..._.. ....... \ 7 I e 80 P. '
hastings" Place on mother nnd mother.In.Ian-, !Mrs. Chas honored physician. Cone Is going to build a homo In the : as be appeared "I deem myself for .1 1 P P Y 40 .P 10 2.A .. ...... ......,. ..I...... ...,......... B 0 I A__ 0 P P 5 I P .
B. Morrow and Mrs. J. L. Burton. souih-cast corner of that block-corner : tunate In yonr desiring to ma Ire my a P 2 47 P 1 A............".".I I..,.. ...,..,...... a .e A lit 4 .P ..
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Ave Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut, who returned of and acquaintance. You ore well known tome 7 10 P Su P 104. A .... mini I .. .-. ,--..._.. ,.L.. 08. ON'n .1 P
Prospect street Cypress avenue.
20 acres-The Johnson place week!Miss Lucy Gaullcr has been spending! last, week from several month This house he hopes to have completed by reputation as a splendid teacher '. :, ':_I..... CI, flr.e.h'': :.' : : :. .:'."" 8..'".. flb ts..w. :
or l\\o nursing ;Master [toy Pad In !Norwich; Cons have decided of fencing, and I wlsb to give mil '
Junction. Splendid pent" you .,... ; -
s. "
the by January 1st. U Ar1 1 u ""I ftsi.t" it ii .. .. iirj.ii

I noir and house. lI"el'hom now\ well recovered nil will be from glad to know i Is since reaching home to build a large lessons.Serane" found the singer as fascinating T I I '.Li Inn: ,I a I ili""I": t::'::.;::..,::;:::: .::_t9 W, t :,, g an ma I r.un::., Ii it 0 o''.i"ltv.I'll".I.J.iAor'r'l.., L.._.u 0 ito,.

serious ,.. .. r
grove a attack home C.u". $ adu
_-- bungalow on tIme pretty corner reserved A SHAKING UP ( ". .1 11.' I u.ma ci .."_'' _._._-_ tC

of fc\cr, for that. purpose In Ihe soulh. may all bn very well so far an the She In the greenroom as on the looking stags. e....sum,. m.d. rn hl.b.K.y w". ... 0 5. 8. C,.. '0' O., W... ..d U.m. c...
H. READ was young fairly good ,
See M. Local fishermen will resume fishingon ; : eastern part of the big grove. The runts are concerned but not whenIt and about her certain abandon -aTThM.1 'MI t,5hiKs .how ih. .m.. ., which ret... m., h. .........0. ..! .nd d.p.rf from the ,'
was a .. ..., ,h." ..I or .. mt ih. t.m .t.,.J f I. nut ... "U thl
l< II1.IIIWg"gQ lake Crescent house comes to chills and fever and ma- vorstl nor '*> CotniH.nv -
the first of No\ember will lace Summit It Is Mr.
Crescent City, street. arln. the and tuke which when not too pronounced la attractive 10 .hold' r...0".'lot., lor >oy .l .Uy or .n, cornoquancn *iM.,ln a Ut..lrom._
Quit a
when John Mulchlnson will reopen his: lurlbul's purpose lo build during the reel cure-Bwllaru's Herblne. Con- to men. Scram fell desperately frOM COPY OK "'LOCAL TIM CARD OR UIHKK ''N'O"M"'ON' ..." THU ttCILKr AC UN W ,,

W"W otVw..ww_, fish house near the fool of Central Present Inter. Mr. Hurlbut has a big dins no harmful drugs and Is as oer In love' with ber, and abe permitted I. U. KAHNBK G.nel P.......Atfcnl ST. AUGUSTINE FLOHIU ad

avenue. crop of oranges this season. alu as taxes. It It doesn't care, him to love her In order that she

M H. READ Mrs. reached you get your money back. might get out of him all the skill In . -. -
Mary Scott ;Miller made a ship. !Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Cliff ,Hold" by Ackflrman-Stewart Drug "
fencing he was capable of imparting.She .
ment of some 120 boxes of fine \\ell' home Sunday e'olllolaller a sumner, Co., and J. H. Hauitbton. I
was an apt pupil and, taught bya MALBYCOMPANY :
REAL ESTATE.Crescent colored grape frull from her grove las pent in journcvings through New F.ng lover, became the most skillful fencer -

week. 1Irs.liII'r; has a fine crop of land and :Nova Scotia. They arc spend Tough. tbat bad ever been turned out from LANTA A. .
City Fla. i' fDRSYTH"REET A' *. M
I fruit this year.Nlnety.fIe. lug a few days as usual at Grove; \Hall, Heavy Tragedian (seated at a railway bis academy. t I. EVerything ; navy .nd Mill Supplies V stock; here. /'
F Mhi caAied in
l'ul'lIs'ere enrolled nhe lending the opening and preparation I hotel before a roast chicken and No sooner bad Maupln acquired the F We hav- the moat -

The Howe property-"Cres- opening of the public school. Will their own beautiful home. !Mr. Cliff small potatoes) Prithee landlord, art than she began to attract attention P/ete/ J line of MACHINERY and MILL com, I

cent Hill"-Is now on the mar dwells vvlthlu the of as a duelist: At first her affnlrn/
ie more than a hundred In a few days has some of the prettiest grove proper! 1 there precincts HlW IN THE SOUTH BUT Wer_ HAVE tt&

ket. Biggest enrollment we had at ics about Crescent City, and his groves this hamlet a machinist with the sword leaked out as mere BRANCH House.: OUR own O"Ilc\RECOROS8HO
Particular attention given I to Good school. open are always kepi In perfect condition. I, Landlord machinist You sir. rumors. One report was that a young r'-r, V THAT WE HAVg THOUSAKJDS Qf PEr
Ing. nobleman who had been devoted to '
'Xrag.'IIlau-Then take to him this ,
Creioont City property listed I !Mrs. Rev John II. Davis returned il le has a fine crop ol rapidly ripening bird of many springs. Bid him wrench her bud fallen by her band; that, disguised FOR rECTLySflSriECUSTOslgRa.sSlTE CATALOCUE AND ?; We
with me. fruit for Ills fall and winter. PRIC
homo last week and with her acre her shipment I asunder tbeso iron limbs mind ben for lu men's apparel she bad Insulted \ # C

,,- ,.,.- sister, Mrs./ Frank iulluni,, and children There Is going lo be a pretty dance our regalement to chisel slices from him and killed him without his IS E-ASy.nUNf.lfiK I AND: Oll
ofMayfleld! Ky., who111 spend llll o-night in the Administration building ItJI underlying! bosom. for we dine knowing of her Identity. Again It was ;__ ?UR W T.WE. ,

Si. Park'lth good music and a noon, and do It quickly. Tour peas rumored tbat she had fought and killed :
al I Johns
For Sale! wInter here guests at the parsonage. another woman. That she was applying , ,
for all who attend. !Many you need not carry for those, with - - -
The Aumack south ;Main, "leaoaullll1le ber skill In affairs of this kind
collage on dexterous management, we can swallow NOTICE FOJt PUBLICATION.
have arrived for the park
ISoulhfieldHolel St., purchased last spring by Ernest new settlers whole. Away!-London Taller.A there was no doubt though some that iH'pnrtniuiit of time IntoMorJ. Young Men,

Jenl has been remodeled and In fine during the past Iwo weeks nod this were attributed to her bad no foundation -
put dance: slll allow nil to get acquainted. BANQUET In fact. H. LAND OPKICH AT UAIMKHVILLK, fVA. Learn

Crescent City, Flu, (property of Estate repair! and wIll soon be ready for a ten- Cni'l. Miller will make a special trip to spread before you would do you no She liked to have Serane with her Not. ht'rcby Riven Hoptombor that 1..1. 110.OJ Telegraphy .

WwloQI bert) 'I 1 his property ociiuplrs IInl. :Mr. Joal has made a really convenient the park to nccomodalc all w ho desire (good It you couldn't eat. What both on account of bis devotion and r.i |ol Floridn t who, on Junenl.lMtt :::
ill ol Block tl. one-half of which has i house and one thai should easily when MH food do child
rood can as her additional < lOI".I.Ic in
Because his Telegraph Operators Great
presence gave are
,,, ,
piptfrult tangerines and orange trees 10 attend from here returnIng promptly .rl.1 -. '" or.'jl rI' Lots I. V and H
It's. stomach It In
rent lo a good tenant. oon as It enters eclat as a swordswoman. But .'ction' 1 I. TownNhlp Huulli. tOmit.' M
-&boul> ::100 trees al 1 midnight. "ten by worms, That's the reason nut, Tulliihnrmmt. MorUllun: IIIIH nltul, noticef DemandU! I Inova.
The Hotel Is fully and elegantly f urilthcd H ,v. U- M. Ward \\ ho returned from Is ailing cross pastynoHcl le came to understand that she craved Intention tu niiikn Kliinl I Inllllllol

| baa running water. 14 rooms In his summer outing in New: ; York last The Keystone Lumber company all' your baby and tliln. Ulve It 'Vhlle'aCrOBIIl blood or the excitement of taking It .tmurllwtl*ro,,f, to e.'l\bll.1 ulalm Cli'i-k to tI of the iMroult Ibm'e THIS is YOUR OFPORTUMITV .

I IIIdltJoo0 bath. 2 w. c., store room. aUkheni week was called to Jacksonville List hell Bluff, opposite Crescent City, has Vermifuge,. It will expel and be endeavored to cllssiindo her, cour. ut Pulutktt, 'Iorl"". on the 'ltd luy to learn a first- class trade
dining room, smoking big dock and boom. from ber course. ,',, imesu.tstuuiiimuiueiumes'. that,
pantry time of St. Just completed a the worms and act an a tonic for the ., pays I(rood salary every month
| room sod halls. Sunday to supply pulpit .\ railway track runs, from the dock eta I Id. One night Bonitos and Mauplu were < H.| WrltfUt.n.of wltiiOH Norwulk MHtKuuune I Florltln.Ilnrvty In the year. There will be I grcutrrdemand ;

i (Ooitige) with 8 bed moms, parlor. hilip's church. It Is expected that ser- woods and which cvenlu- ---- -_ _- lancing at a students' ball In the : H. IciirInf Nor\Milk, Klurlila., for Telegraph operators thin
nary, dicing room. kitchen, bath aid vices \\ III be held in the church here lack: into Fool.d Him. Latin quarter when Maupin Jostled JoMi>pli Joiiutr. of Inwlll.,Florhil.llh Full and Winter than there IIHH bccri
will continue Inland some ten Jones of .
doMMnrnUhed ally for
flret-olaB next Sunday morningMr. Drummer wltb cigars the belle of the evening and upon thegirl's HKN kR{H. SCUBa, many years past The prO.nln..ut
Urge barn suitable for livery stable. miles. The company already has a loomoilvc Country ( RuHlHtei railroads of the South other'
j IwUlrH. <| and ;Mrs. I II. F. Johnson ho and cars and is hauling. logsto ardou me; have you a match? VII- looking at her resentfully Mnu- parts of the United States are writ.

have been spending the summerlih' ago Loafer (tentatively!-Vans. but I pin was rude to ber. The Insulted NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ing to us to qualify as -

_H. H. READ Real Estata in lo re'l the boon In the lake. This company, inln't uo segnr. Country Drummer girt was dancing with an Intlmnte lu'pnrtiutentorttio Int.rlnr. men of good character for many.YOUIK -
their relatives Georgia expect l Is the acll'ehead '
the 01 f which P. I. Sutherland Goo!! In that cmie you won't need friend of Serene, Gustav Orammont U 8. I.A"D O'F.e" AT OAINEHVTLIK. FLA. vice as we possibly oln.Ve trust!
Crncent. City. Florida. tf turn to Florida about the first of i is gelling ready to do big business. the mntcb!-Chlcngo New. Grammont. supported by two other U"luh'r am. mice.N that the r.l"hl., ambitious boys of

comIng month, when they will! make H. Raymond Price! formerly of Palalka, men. ordered Maupin to leave the (Jim t.:::of tee Norwim Is imer'bv 1k. littim gtvem that tuo\mutant on A,,,:)i iIlh. the rally to thin guldenopportunity.

theIr home lib (heir son, nt \\'ll J:. Spsc.csJ: : Mr. hc.illh. continues lo improve burden to provided they would go with her. They .Itj.I: : \ I ; ": ,' 011.71) for tot Jr 51-c- Our students qualify for sHvlc/ In
Johnson's E. D. I.ounds has purchased of F. S. DO right to become a your. .' ,I ttnuih I KiitiMt* tuiHl.'tillnliiiHHfu only four to nix months. guarantee
and he writes that he expects elf and perhaps to others.-Hall. did so. and before morning sbe had '! M".I."u\1m* lllml notion of Intuition positions. I mediates
Cone a quarter block lot at the corner killed tbem all. to ,, \I CnllllllUOI I'ru. b"lllI on
soon lo be able' lo do light \\ ork. street. oHNinbllHh claim to C S15 to iftHi per month ; easy pleim- .
"I f Central avenue nnd Prospect Slightly Colder: with Snow.Vhen Berman In this affair/ refused to support [ ,.,I bttforo the I Clerk or tho Circuit Court atnlat ant work ; -
---- C. J. Hunter tin received n line buss The deal was made through M. I II. I Read. weather Manpln. Indeed she was obliged kn. Florldu.on tl' butt tummy of Noveni- I rnpld p..rmu.nt. .nph'J'lt" ;
om".1 % you see that kind a ItHrti.iMaliniint, ,
Residence r
on l'ro.peoc'8Ir.etntOll' w'hlch he put on the Crescent CIt) and Mr. I.ounds will not occupy time lot Imedlatelv rpcnnt you know that nieumatlsinciither to call on another man to net as her : no nin* fin wltnnttHPritKiiK Our tuition U rennormble ; bo..r""t

| o Florid. Junction run List ueek, and which will : but II Is his purpose eventual- ", is nt hand (let ready fort second., The day after she bad kjlled :,: Mi i ml H. Uu 55 riglt id, :of,.. of Nor\\nlk.Norwulk.Florldu.JuHMpti Florida.lliirvey : ,. low rates ; N"\1,1, extremely
run lo hotel The buss Is a fine one and postofficc on Ihe now by iri-ftlnn. a bottle of Hnl- Orammont and the others Serane received .1ulner.tif Noivnlk I Florida.InlH ; fine climate ; exivllt.rit
II. Johns River by Daylight- of ,'llI"bll'a."nllrs! Iy lu creel a store Chambcrlln's. nrit's Snow Liniment. Finest thing a note from her accusing him ( ) Joiu'H, of Norwulk.I Kl.,rl.,tn.JlKNKYW.CHUnB.; drinking water. Write at onO for
and capable ( carrying corner, directly opposite rln-iinmtUni., chllblnlnii, our new A l i'-iter .
mile for Ilustrlt..d catalog.
of cowardice In .having deserted her In .
I Tha Beach & Miller Line comfortably. Mr. blunter has! : also received This is one of time best, business sites In fri.Ht bite. sore and Ktllt joints) and the hour of need end challenging him 111.tpr.NuUeo or wil bring it. IT |1s3)

some heavy wagons and Is evidently I. the and there Is but one equally miiHclea. all DchPM anti piilns.2tjc of Anpltcatlnit for Ta AX l>eeti. FREE.
place, mortal combat. to the quickly
to Stung .
Notice !I. liurubv Klvmt Hint W.
Steamer CUKSCKNT.I preparing to enter tIme orange good on the market-tint at the corner fiOo and it Oil per bottlo. Drug her Ingratitude he soot! a hasty of lux fitrlltloaltt No. I.'.. duuUho Southern School of Telegraphy, .
Sold extensive scale. In Int day of July, I' 10i muling business on an of Central avenue and Summit street Co.: and j. H. Haughtoii. reply accepting Ibo challenge.The In my ember, and haH made .I'plel\| | > llox 272
I .Jwkionvlllean Tue dl)..Tl1uI'II.h.). The new bank is gelling on fine now. the same block. Mr. I.ounds Is to be man who land been a lover and Ion for 'A deed to Hwtio .. the, ." NEWNAN. (PA
lid f.mmiowtgIcrihot
9 Plans Solllrdo1., at COO: a. In. for Green COT. Did you notice' ihnt massive marble column congratulated! : on securing! Ibis choice bit Malicious. had tatight the object of his love to .I"w. \ pro.rl.IIa'ou.Ulo.e, oobn.o., . Crescent City and principal We, handsome mirror kill Shod with a mad remorse 'Iorhla.> BOYS! -
ain't It. "Jack sent me a people. ,.wl COLUMBIA;
I UB4lD|. at Ihe corner? Beauty, of business properl J.otu ,plat, nociton 110wl.hl", "P 1* GILSI mc\ -
kill her. I thus punishing her Cl.E t'R, I I
the for my birthday. resolved to / a ao e-lu amid W-liHi ; offer oul.
ItIaml..I..... Crmevntolty on Wadnm"nirrlilay. Well''1, there'll be more marble in ;Mr. Ernest Norrls of Ihls place!: and "Ob Unit iiL-cocints for III"! and stopping her career of btooclHhert. rll Tllu."hlll\ld, ImliiK uo.omod at time tlttto or your frIend lo subscribe lo our

and Monday at ouo: .. m. office; the lobby and vestibule will :Miss Ovelda Bennett of Blaekshcar Ga., ". eeounl..* for ahimit?" They met In his academy, the doors Mrs..A. \V. its.mii'lk kin',.uurttMcnte I'nltfMM In nalil the cvriiltcntehnll nnmo or iliac nod \M> will make you a mil(

''ek aviii.wlurt footal Laura Street have tile' flooring and the w hole thing were united in marriage last Sunday af- "Ycnlerdiiy hi asked me If a woman of which had been bolted and the. windows t,o rouoemnil nooardtnuto law, tax .!.< n $10.00 Columbia BIcycle-the bi-si
lU, ... Is,,,, tliuruoti, o I ho act of oIX made. Ask for free
21M"I.lla day .
of the outfit
will have a real WALL street nppeirnee. rnoon, b>' Rev. J. II. Davis ever got too old to be. pleased with a screened.! Mauplu stepped out "II I 1*" and circular pnrlcullt Start"

woarr loot n' l..mon utr.'eI.T. Will be the prelllesl banking :ethodisl; church. The young people, ooklug IIss.-IIo"Inll 'L'ra nseript. on to the floor with as much composure tim 0.VUttn JHttt>.. my of oilltitnl HlKimiura! nnU'. tonl this tires "The Bicycle Man," 2t-3l East Ad.
count We ore the train for Jackson- ai a mother would administer food to : : os. 2-M Street New
Eo olllco( In Putnam ) look Ihe late nf lernoon ieumti] 1j SJ'r'lrt4'If York City, N. Y.
CLARK, Traflic Manager people. silk and other polnls lor a short wed- ...... a babe. She looked at Serane with a -' --,- C'o. -Kla.otlce -. 9.24.31. l
and said -- -
stare : ---
Jacksonville tony ---
Fla. '-
Don't carelessl encourage those who returning In time for a family of Application for Tnx Deed.Ntitleo .
ding trip,
iu depressing the orange the homo of :Mr. Nor- "Sorano's pupils always kill their I U l.reby HI..I, thnt J.. F. Gpnl., WANTED-Sue OKss
have on Interest eddlng supper nl Colds opponents." urchUHur o No. Sit lAOAISJJ
The on of A. P. Ittud, di OBM wants an energetic and .
Crescent their rot. evening. Mr. cmi the l.lth iluy Slitroh
Transfer Co. market by repealing mother Thursday be doubt but the woman
City na' There can no lied mild certtUuute my oillce' and hu<. made or woman In Palntka to collect for renewals -
market value of oranges this year will :Norris; Is a popular and Industrious young said this to fill her antagonist with ""pllcntlon for tax
I *"taut trains at Oresoint City Juni- bl higher than ever before. And forthIs man, holding a good position with the a superstitious dread that would takeaway 'law. S.I ttl corltltcam property sItuated nmbntceit(In the Putnamoimtyt rolwIliKdnnorllwii during full or spare limo. lxperlcncl 1'

lion. Night condition will later! see your Manufacturing company, the ChestAsk blue nerve. If It had. any such Florida. 10.11 unnecessary. Any one can start
trains you Veston-Miller :
by appointment. evidence of It. NJ i of 10 .. >, township 13 I, ran go 3tto mends and acquaintances nnd nmonl
Hunk. Ihe Florida Citrus lxhange. lived In Crescent City some six Sect. Scrane gave no -HO ocruM.
S. M. LABREE. ManaHft WilY to for and has A revulsion of feeling bad come over ThanalU lanil being ..,,.od the cluto otle paying and permanent business without
demand charmIngly I
There is n healthy or seven years. The bride Is a your doctor the medical utu iMHiiaiio of ,, oortiiloato I. the nunio, of capital. Complete outfit and Instructions
had ho -
--------- bin Had thin. not occurred .,
all the oranges Florida can raise, and at beautiful young lywho with her name for a cold on the chest. opposed Mauptn na n lover as site bail (A.ate DnKKett ttball be suet doeinort for Kranet.ooI.I.: to 111\, tax- free Address, "%'ON," Success '

B. will see' spending several ,'iid laws thereon on tiny of Manurtno, Rom 10.Succe.s Maga/lne
B. The Exchange been .
has chills. :11
H.F\RRIS good prices. mother, sister He will say, "Bron presumed be would. there would have ., wil. D., imnt.ltiienn Building, York City, N. Y.
that no market Is glutted onths here the guest of her Ask him I if it is ever serious. been no chance for him. As It wn* It \\ my olllolnl .hlnslll and neal thIs lew
.. llHH --
lime of
Barber R. C. Middletorf has recently secured! ;\Irs. John D. Plgue. Their numerous Lastly ask him If he pre was a fair light between them. ISeivJJ ilay "l'INn IIVTCISiNlX I ,
soulh Prospect street friends will wish for them a happy wed- But with Serene In pimsesulon oftig J ,, Ct. Putnam C'o. .'1..
CRESCENT CITY. one of the lots on scribes Ayer's Cherry Pectoral WIlt
sold lo his (falhernlaw lied life. The attendants were Mr. 0.M. faculties there could not be a fnlr : ;
bill a short time ago for this disease. KeepIn Umrbgrttf"SEING
', lots Miss Ella Norris. ght between them. As soon as Mnu-
These bold
ean shop and a e\enn\ antUfao- Claus E. Cook. ; New bad tout her
I close touch with your pin saw that sbe 1"1rOYer !

Ie'Sh".e. Try mlt.And Hair Cut ituurmiSouthfield vero purchased by Mr. Cook for through all\ the I I I Fdlng Farm Hands.Every family physician. him shf knew that. If he chose We Ask Youto HOLLER 8BRtHo

M. II. Read l, who is agent her punlnhmcnt had come. The moment .

Crescent I Hill properly of. James R.lowe. farmer's wife know what ire w. ..... ...to..I.. they crossed swords she saw In
lot Is one of farm hands usually w* fe..,." .,la.hol crane's not only a drlcrinluatlon, take Cardul for your female
Middlelon's eyes ?
[ Hotel !\lr. men we are sure
eat well they A ber If he could. but a perfect
low n. but. while they .. M to kill
in the W nr you
the best located have; ...... ..... will Remember that'i
Crescent City. Florida. most prominent citizens ,, work well, too.here's l/ers, ...:.. onBdence of being! able to do so. help you. I
Season 190910. One of our had "a dream time a good suggesUoa about feed- Singularly enough this woman who great female remedyCARD-
old the New thai hands. Give them Plenty tell doctor about the bad bad conquered men wltb men's weop- '
RQtfl your
Central -I farm When you
down |lug
".50. per day up. other night; that he walked Oats.. A big dish of Cute in your mouth loss of appetite for Otis no sooner discovered that her worn-

Weekly' and monthly rates on avenue In the evening! and saw that Quaker Oat porridge with sugar and ireskfsst, and frequent headaches, and anly Influence over the limn who had Lu I Ihas

the globes lo the street lamps: had alii I or milk U the greatest breakfast when he sees your coated"tonKue.he will nrnlshwl her with her power bad

application dually been cleaned and thai the cream in the world for a man who needs say, You are bilious. Ayers Pill eased than every particle of her condence -

S. A. "INNA D. Proprietor. reethad. been paved will, pine straw. vigor and strength for a long day's Oats _work n.well tm oj In....such J.O.AT cases...0*., ....... .H...- deserted her. 8u. gave, her n brought relief to thousands of
easier and lay that eats Quaker opponent a mute look of appeal *
*"tel l Froti In order to make learning work. The man other sick women, why not to
Lake and Park- dream. and often Is the man who answered It wIth a Iword thrust to s
only a
'le* \nt Rooms.... he dust, bu.-ll. was change plentifully good work without excessive fa- Putnam County Poor Farm the heart. you? For headache backache,

"15ie The conditions next> day SIIno I I does There Is a sustaining qualityin For Sale. periodical pains, female weakness

Uusurpl1 sl1d.NOTICe. from the old order. tlglI" Oats not found In other many have said I Is "the

Wm. If. Fuller has purchased of M.H. Quaker and for economy It I 18 at the The Hoard of County Communion- IMPERFKC'T UIUESTION best medicine to take. Try Itl 1
Ihe Clms. Barker or- lIst To meet needs of era will entertain proponlUonn for Means less nutrition' and In conaeuence -
Read's agency This bead of the climate. Quaker the purchase of the Putnam County less vitality. When the Sold in This City ?
Junction. different
Sq nge grove near the those in sIze pllck. I'oor Farm. This form consists of liver fnllit t.) secrete bile the blood
sad and Is In good con u packed i la regular rlcli hammock land, situ-
'ett d iu -.Cun'y Licenses for 1910 grove IS an old one Oats .ealed tin.: Ito sores of becomes loaded with bilious properlea -
lrat J 5Oiobt ht. Plellse bo UJon with present crop estimated at ages and hermetically II "tod li mile from Florahomel; has. ( the digestion become Impairedand '-I suffered habitually from oon ill. : .
< 1Cc0rdlnlly. gov- Mr. Fuller! will give It the the latter for hot cltmate I Iwo story dwelling and barn ; tins the bowels constipated. lift- ation. IJoan's Hegulels relieved by buying this

R. 1,200 boxes. nnd put the Back. bout 1100 pecan trees; fine stock Inn will rectify this; It gives tone msmd strengthened the bowels so that I' reliable, hones

J. HANCOCK, most painstaking cultivation Those I Going In time Darwinian inirn. Further Information can be to the stomach, liver and kidneys ll.! liitvo been regular ever since. ",- high grade sewing "-

Oct. Ilh| Tax Collector. trees Into bet possible shape. "Do 'Oil believe btalned on application to strengthens the appetite clear. and A. ,K: n" l I., ttrooer, SulphurSpring. !
,09. bargain In the ask'Il )Ir. Wllibblea. T. J. Itcsugseue.p Infuses ., Trx. rruchlne. a
beuurY' the complexion
who know say !lur has a tturt tier I bun inprove* _'_ ___ ,__ _. :
1j-:; conslsls of nearlY, -1 mull IlIdlnlt1 t" 11'0 Putnam Hall, Fla. new life and vigor! to the whole ayet.m. u STRONGEST GUARANTEE.

""I'I&n(1. ',I. .- 'k rum ,-
.'. 1'0'1, ,tf"-Ju.t ,. five acres ffc Barker. Beach, "ullllbellcVI' tltllt IIOllIe smiemuberl uf oUt" County. Clerk. Sold by: Aokermaa-Stewart Drug ddress P. O. Box 4U, P.Utks' Fla. National Sewing Machine Co
81""d t" .r '1'1' !II"! r Hurtlor Barker I II al reseat at Daytona have .UI'led 00 a return trip. Palatka, June 17th' UK"*. 0-18-tf Co., and J. U. Haujhton.

.._. .ter8 Inn 11..,.., IIh,1 stun," la poo..h/Jllh sad for this reason deelded .poclel star N..t DELVIDERE ILLINOIS, -
U I _Washington -
.11CI4.oes. digestion I
porl/l"/ the to sell the grove. C -

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. .. . ;The Palatka Newsand ,superintendent C. L. Collins of of the Jacksonville Florida Anti-Sa, state

Advertiser 'loon league, :was no lotereited spectator
: at the meeting of the county commissioners You Can Get

--. -- ..' .. ... --, on Wednesday morning. Mr. c l
.' .N1rNK. N11N1 Collins was fouling In' jubilant spirits ,,
over the success of the wet or dry d ec- ( : (
Something NeVI ''S City I fiappcnlnas., and $ .lion In Clay county on Tuesday and r, M1,b I
which gave such n decided diy maJ'brllyof
: Personal mention. $ 156, .and showed such a healthy gain Them Only
In nnti saloon sentiment over the elec
.; .NNusVK1. Y1NNt lion of two yemx' ago, when the dry inn.
H. V. Oodfrey 01( Sifsuma Hlghm jorhv woo lint 11. "It simply shows; 1
wqsa said Mr. Collins "the 1I'oWlh, of the nn
!Is II in the
A or city this neck at
saloon sentiment In all pans of the
One :3 !Miss Erma Biukalccrof federal; Point south. 1 ho people hero are timed of sn"
Day Only. : was a visitor In the clly Monday loon domination and nro !gelling ready
K. Borsen lo throw off the yoke 1 ho doom of
president of the new bank "
o = of Crescent City liaR hCCIl a visitor In the the saloon Is scaled .
Q clly Ibis week. I Brown'sThe
: Congressman Clark Here.
Mr). J Pinion Anderson, has returned
from a lengthy visit with relatives In Hon. Frank Clark member of con--

\ \ Morganfteld\ : l. Ky. press from this, the Second Florida dis '_ :. =--- '::--=:;-:: ::L.. '==
;, Irlct and ono of the bralncst men in the
Writer D. Ilniran 01( Jicksonvlllo has congress of the United Stales spent (
been home on a visit to his father, Ex- Tuesday night and. 1 Wednesday, in ''l Best Hats-Knox "College Clothes"
Sheriff John W Hagim. Palaikn.Mr. .

On Tuesday, October 19th, Mr. H. .; The supper given by the Indies of thelinptisl Clark doesn't coma here often is a phrase that is shouted from so tiianv Imusi)
church last night brought them so that when ho docs favor us wllh a Cheapest in the long run Lecnu-e tope,'that> we sign it reluctantly.And f
L. Shelman, representing one of New $60. Blgcrowd-fine auppcr. call there Is an over.plus of gladness, 01 "KUIIN-MADE"
the part of his friends, who are many eminently I correct ant 1 yet YOUUR 1lun'e: [ i
Mr. and Mrs James Gale and II Knox styles are
) As Clark Is onto Clothes are "roally, truly" College)
York's largest suit ,and coat manufacturers II Bnrd were among the visitors from a congressman ( Clothe
Norwalk In (the clly this week. his Job. He has been long enough In Knox 'quulity makes for satisfactory ser They reflect the latest vogue in the great uui: !
will place on exhibition in our ': the work lo become valuable to Ihc ties of the couiitry.
The Woman's Club of Palatka will people of I'lorida-especially the Second vice. f
meet In the Bond of Trado rooms on district. His worth his been recog Nothing starched-antl-stiff, fashion,
store about 150 or more different stylesof Lemon sheet Ihls afternoon at 3 o'clock nl/cd by the leader of the democratic LW A large stock of ICimx, Hats to plt t.AY" about 'em. They have the styli, (,,hat

the newest and best things in Suits, : Nathan Price of Mclrose passed side. That appointments.Is appnranl from Ills committee r select 1 from-the I Intent. hlockB in is real, bpcause !it'a subtile.: You\ set'I\ but
through the city the other day on his yon can't deflno it.

Dresses and Coats, and will take special way \olusla county to \lslt his dough- This There is arc fact only: six men In the entire Derby and Soft Hats _____ ___ _____ _
ter. National House of Representatives who --- :...::..:.::.;=- --= == -- --.
S. orders for any color, style or size you .; MM. H. A. Ford left on Wednesday have better committee appointment For Men and
wish. Mulberry! Polk Co, where !Mr. Ion than Mr. Clark. Fall and Winter C L 0 T H 11,1 I G Doys
Is superintending large phosphate min Ono of his most Important' committee Weight 1 Now ready for Inspection.
', luff interests. assignments (from the Pnlatka standpoint .

Everybody f F. F. Jerkins and Wm. K. Ilnmnianlry buildings) is on and the Grounds.committee on Public f REMEMBER, We are sole Agents in Palatka for the Celebrated
in of the !McMeckln section
interested I tM were promt
To the Mr. Cl irk sold "I
r neat citl/cns here during the week engaged : amgoing CRAWFORD SHOES Correct In shape-Full Wearing Values.
in jury duly lo get an appropriation for a pub I''
lic building in Pulatka. The time has
SUITSare ''' Judge IsaacV. Stewart of DeLand waS come when this can be done. I am
6 one ol the prominent attorneys from out going to get Ihe appropriation tills win.
of town In attendance upon the loll term Icr. Palulkn now has fine brick paving The Clothier
invited to come t \ ;. of our circuit court. oil Its principle streets; it has many ,
and this /z miles of concrete sidewalk It has the 1y. Q IL TV .LJL Palatka
: ..
see elegant / C. I Chambcrlin, Frank Gnulier and Fla.
credit for a big poslofficc business; it I Ia Is ,
\V. C. Norton the
were among promt .
railway center and has large steamboat
line of : ,
goods vent Crescent City scouts Paintlot
seen on -
Interests; It has a free city mail
streets Ihls week.
carrier service and several rune moll
It I is; your oppor- i .; Her F. B bers Is up from Huntington routes go out from Its pO.loUicc. These ,. ----

to the on jury duty He is & busy man nl home facts will warrant congress In granting
tunity see these days and jury duty is a sacrifice Ibis appropriation."
and for men of his cnlibrc. That kind of talk ought to please
goods get man interested in the welfare 01
\V. R. Massey the well known naval
this cily. And< the News is sure It will
what you want in stores operator of Kcukn WAS a visitor In
the clly this week. Mr. Massey is justrecovering
: color and style. ; from a long spell of illness. Mr. Kellam Passes Away.

I Clnude Gibson IH\ mlns of Lexington Edward T. Kellam, supervisor of regis. '
The prices will be Ky., who has been on n visit to Mr.\ antiMrs ,ration for Putnam county died nt his 1/,
home in this clly lust Friday evening.
: Hurt Gibson nt "Vlnisolf, East PaIntkn
right. We feel safe I ;. expect, to return to Kentucky this The funeral was conducted at the house _
the following afternoon by his pastor
: in saying we can save ': Rev H. Dutill of St. James Methodist
I { III !Mrs. George E. Gay returned on Sun church and the Interment was In Oak!
you money. Come and day cvcniiifr from a three months' abence Hill cemetery
> In New; York and the west, Including Mr. Kellam was born at Mt. Vernon,
see whether ;you expect a long slay in Denver and other Colorado Ohio in 1842, and came to Putnam
points' county in 1895, where he has since re
to buy or not. Jack films of East Palntka returned Hided., Three years ago he was elected
kiss I week from nn extended vacation lithe to the office of supervisor of registration
REMEMBER! north, and Isnminnt his post of duty of Putnam county, a position he Ito
with the 1'. 1. C R'yon the run between since filled efficiently and conscientiously
Ills \Illness dates from last
Palntka and East Pnlatka. July
One Day Only! Tuesday, .October 19th. __ u .. since which time he has gradually de
: _., ;Mr. and --Mrs Allen V. Love and cliikl dined. Heart disease caused death
-- renancl &Miss Toner of Tacoma Wash Edward T. Kellam hod been a consls Studebaker E. M. F. "30" $1,250Rr4N
ingion( will arrive this week I for a short lent member of the Methodist church
visit tolr.. and Mrs. Hart Gibson lit since his llth )'ear. Ills fuller was n
FALeOPENINGThursday "iiiBoll" East PalitkaW minister of that denomination He was DUNCEIV1ENT: !

i M Williams, E. S. Green L. J known and revered by nil in this city asa
::: McLeod and 1". E. Keudur conslllutcd ni sweet spirited Christian gentleman, The Celebrated Studebaker E. M. F. 30-Horse Power Touring Car,
(, influential Welaka business quartette to and his death Is deeply' deplored by all. and
visit the city this week some of them He Is survived by two daughters Mrs
being draw here by court business. Mabel K. Tavcl and Mrs U a luce Wild, The Much Talked of Studebaker-Flanders, 20-Horse Power RunaboutWill

Friday and Saturday, A now nmnl stores plant I Is being established both of this city. be handled in Putnam County for 1909 and 1910

near, George Lake just. north 01 the
Exclusively by
Card of Thanks.
I Flornhome. This will necessllitc: the
:5. opening of n road ncaoss the muck landsin We wish to thank our friends and
i Oct. J4 15 and 16. : order to ship naval Mores from lora neighbors for their kindness and sympathy Gainesville Motor Car Company
home station.P during the \illness nnd death of our ,

II Odom, Alexander Clair Abnms father, Mr. EdT.. Kellam.
An Authoritative Showingof and J'rnnkY.. Pope were among Mrs. Maliel K. Tn\cl Gainesville, Florida.
the Jicltsonv attorneys who had bus Mrs Wallace F Wnldc< .
all the Latest and incss at the fall term of the Putnam cir Demonstration Appointment. fe v! fe> Literature on Request.

cult court this week Will Teach Music in Hastings.Miss .. u_ .
;. Most Fashionable Herbert Crook of the City Shoe Store' INTERLACHEN ITEMS. --------
has filed n voluntary petition in bankruptcy Rena Brown the accomplished !'.n II'll! ,11III'/ ::.ia411.11, :'' ,. ,m JI1'IIIi:, .. ;: J1IJiilllriShllIII1.JII1'I.JII1:: !:: :: [ ;;: ,1JII' III, .,ai in it 'v J
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Brown
Wares. in the States district court of this Is forming class In Tho list meeting the ton council
clly, a large
in Jacksonville Mr. Crook and his
:. music nt Hastings. decided on liming the town hill pilnu I For Sale and
Slrun/ made
Henry this
Larger Assortment and : last Monday move Speaking of her work the Hasting nnd Ihe streets cleaned Several I the
; : Advocate of last week says: homes arc also promised a painting,
Better Values than M. A. Fowler Is one of the substantial "Miss Rena Brow, nn efficient and Mrn Grace Ballou I taking the liiillcitlw d
farmers of west Putnam who is reflecting accomplished music teacher from Pa Mr. and :Mrs Sl.incilho has c' Im: : Immediate Delivery
honor on the jury box In the circuit latka is now going to give' the people 01 apartments In the Francis building; for
Ever. :: court tills week., Mr. fowler has a pleasant Hastings a chance lo learn Ihe science 01 several months, have moved lo tin *
horn on the banks of a clear Like n music. There have been many new well known Puirilev 'rl.ico, now ounu J= A New and Complete 1909 Model
little north of McMeekln.: pianos put in the homes lately and by Mr. Murry of I'nlnlkn.

:' Ills understood, Pro[. J. D. Col- doubtless many will be Interested In G. H Oellelt dealer In general, tnerchnndisc 1 Mitchell Car
Special Bargains ratio has been taking lessons. This is n chance not to Oct Touring
.: llngham, acting county be missed. Heretofore there has beenno here since 1st has adopted ,
superintendent of schools during the absence teacher and noI.is Ihe cash plan of doing business, and ij :r..1
During the Come of Superintendent Tucker will be an opportunity no mutter \\ hat your face is good for its 30
opening days. and for all. Miss Brown has made thor horse and e
assigned the lorahomc sch001,. Prof I. a no longer good with ;Mr (illicit unless power--Acetylene side-lights |
the Cotlinghnni, enjoys high rank as nn cdticnlor ough canvass of the town and has mel accompanied l by Ihe "\\ horeith," I
: see pretty new goods. ;. with grcolsuccess. She has many pupils !fl tor. A Very Pretty Car. '
who have promised lo lake lessons At n special meeting of the council on
S. J. Hogg, A prominent farmer and She will bo here Wednesdays and Monday night, 41as decided, In Uikc
fruit grower of Truillind and one of the Saturdays and will give lessons at the advantages of the special county edition s Pal atka Automobile & Supply Company,
best known men of his section came to Travelers i Home Don't fall to sec Miss of the 1 Imes.L'nion by ordering a lib. I
1tk6 the city this neck on Invitation of the Brown and then you will be more Impressed crust number j5
Palatka. Florida.
sheriff to serve his county as a juror-a with her and her work He J. II. Wjlieis visitor to 1'111111110 .

i penalty any good cill/en Is liable to hive member at the Travelers" Home on this week being interested in sesemfaf6dr I 'in Illl'lL:' in!: IlIdllU. :'in, 'igvTOi-wA'niiNiiiiriKMK-Br, ( ',nanruM'" :, ,II!' ::1111 |Ilf 1* *,
laid film
upon' occasionally. Wednesdays and Saturdiys.,, now before Ihe public.

M.ij. Geo. P. fowler, the veteran attorney Mrs. J. S. Collier Is home ufler n SIn
of Hislings:. was attending to Don't Waste Sympathy."I with friends In I Irate! ;Mrs, Collier
some eases before the circuit court this has beener> much out of health but Is
1 4 am kind o' for old Tom Keat
a neck. Mijor Fowler 1 sorry improving.
once was a pollli "
cal power in this county, representing it ing, said a cltl/en on the street senior l;. D. Leach who was here seven!
day when commenting on the action ol
In Iho constitutional
( convention of days
1885 representing' the special
: the commissioners in counts
; 220-222-224 Lemon Street. :;. and In the state senate. the! petition county for a wet or dry election denying edition of the'Fhned'nine.sins I a KIILSI 1

!Mr. and !Mrs J. M. Kelly and little son "You see, Tom had spent n lot of money at the Lake View now open lor the
Herrjday Block. who little been spending. the greater gelling up Ihls petition hiring lawyers, w Inter bc-.isoii. QPENIR
port of tint summer at the mountain resorts etc, nnd his money has gone lo naughl.' The missionary meeting at the "',1.
.P of North; Carolina, passed throughthe The cill/on is mistaken. Tom Kent- dunce of D. M. Corlhcll was well attended
to. __...' .. .. .! _""", ... ..! ... city yesterday enrouto to their home Ing n cent of his own money nnd un lulercsllnu session held
.-. .-. '. .". .-. .-. ... in Ilolllstcr. They report a pleasant The fund to bring about the wet or The V. I I. S. held their first meeting' ?
summer's outing, hut appeared greatly dry elections in Putnam and Cloy coun- of the new beginning MlI INERY
pleased to come lome. II...->,- ,.,.'n..._ ..1..1 Iw .n.... .... ........u.......1.. .u...tUU..._., election of officers year and winter October work bj

Crescent City's Hard Road. Miss Lucas' Opening. R. F Arant, who Is again nt home for men of Jacksonville They subscribed ulans. -- '-

Some; two month the hoard oicounty The annual fall a season has been engaged as baliff at the (3,001)Ihe( in one day. From this money On Sunday evening the first of the will occur) on THURSDAY and FRIDAY the 14th ana loth: met t.
ago opening nt Miss Kate expenses were paid. Tom Keating
court I lilt week. During the past evening services was luidut the Con when we expect to have complete nsBortment -
year for
,I commissionersuloi'tc'd n hud: I L. Lucnvmlllinery, store is drawing out was only Ihe distributing agent ready your inspection a
road Mr. Arint has managed I large\ saw millInler'sl. grcgntional churih Well attended and of all the
route approach lo Crescent Clt v the I idles of the city and county Ode.seek ntle1nndc'ille These elections were simply a part ofa much interest t latestJVUllinery
from the north. At the mctMinft of the, nnd thu store beautiful artistic Ga., nnd his plan of campaign v hich the liquor In- urns created In a special
friends are all glad to see him at home song; service
hoard yeslerday. l tho former ncllon of dccurnllons, is being thronged will crests of the st.ue: have Inaugurated lo
again. There is no morepopular clti/cn --- --- --- Creations.
the board woo rescinded I1l1d" new I isilors. It is ono of the most successful in the county) than big, genial "Bob" prevent the adoption of the slate wide Gentlemen IuteifxtcU.Miss .
route adopted. The new runic ROCS! openingevenli In years. prohibition amendment next We shiill days
over the old mad through crone him. I The same clays nre also opening; day Arinl of rcnicl.! But the scheme didn't work.year.It failed Kate L. Lucas wishes to inform spnre no expense or effort to make these opening

mock. lo Oikuood I and thence( on down I nl the l.nrnest: Co's dry goncl store, and County Superintendent of Schools, L. through bungling In Putnam county, and he public thai she Is aril prepared< toro oonsiong of pleasure to the lotlioa of Palatka and Putnam County
,ilu old road to O.ikuood .i\entie them between the Iwo places' the lidief, nre K. Tucker and !Miss !Mary Tucker,, returned for lack of votes In Clay. -block, blench, clean, renovate ,ma we ask you to bear the d l,," n lint thoroUechfiit :ind 1wninglnIo unjmlrtK themselves fully The stores ; yesterday from nn extended trip And It will fail next year.St. gentlemen's Panama nnd straw hits, ai In addition to Millinery we will have for \ inspection a hearth'
well your
Summit street. are In the same block. I"l the mountain section of {North; Caro as cleaning derbies and soft felt fill him of Novelti Infants L II"
Various committees from Crescent hints ol every description s, including Hosiery, Ladies
lina. Mr. Tucker, who had been In James' Methodist Church.
have linn'led the board for the Miss Lucas his lenvear, CollarH. Laces others
C'Ily 1'0.1lour poor health previous> lo this trip, comes Just recently completed and broideries: and many
months regarding( the proposed Watch How They Grow. buck fully restored< and ambitious to II. DtlTH.L. PASTOR. a thorough course In this work under
html road route approach to Crescent The Earnest Company Pnlnlkn'a with zest Into the work of his office.enter ha able Instruction of Mr Charles of MISS KATE L. LUCAS Pal atka.
oneriri'lif Next Sunday's _
City, but the boar< appears now to have services at ftl. James /New York. She has Installed a ,
liken flnnl nctlon. Prank Gautkr fl'I"| dry Koods emporium, has again had Tho Tamest company announces Hinton will, as usual, be full of Interest to the plebs outfit and all work Is fully com 1711-
resented the advocates of the successfulrouto lo. secure more room to accommodate' Tuesday next II I.. Shelman, repreicnting general public as well as to the members. ''- guaranOrders )Nice. pure U."rll'll'n... FOR SALE Four organs In good<
and his vigorous presentation of I lit ri|>idlKrovvlnff has! buslncM... This thecompany Jacol .Snmuelson of the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. l'rlend. .( left with ;Miss Lucas will re pllt "I' III Syrup/ pair and excellent tuno. Hales r cnn,0fl1,-
ihu cooo, toaethcrllh: hU strong peti additional nr.comllI.h..d More in the by securingnn leading manufacturer In this country of ship class Invites the young men of Pa- celve best attention. Out of town or. Ii IbM. :l5c; II lb..7Ou.nnUunrnnteod. to; ble. Apply to P. J- Beck G.,i
lion, determined the board In Its action Merrydny ladles suits, will have on exhibition at liika to meet with them at that hour. dears are also solicited and careful I and Rb."IIIt.sIV I pore and fresh, Starling's stand I.cmon street.
block the at A.
A hire majority of those who originally one next' the east and culling the Farncttt store more than 100 suits and Preaching at I 11 In. m. and 7:30: p m. by prompt attention promised. 8.6.If. "r.ilnf..r'i.l,1lpn, | Untr Oroct-rVc ion.
an opening throufth (1'I.ionVall.. I adop
favored: the first selected route hud ubui: ; Presses, tliose samples representative of the pastor. School Book of tho county
doned that plan and, were on :Mr. rItIs 1 great' store is being; thronged 5(10( colon. Orders will he taken at the Junior League at 3:00: p. m. and Sr. Fine Building Lots For Seed Price Iho county adoption. Send for our Price List allowing' allow itt
with visitors to diy the 3nlchnap. 1 \\
M (tiiuticr's petition' occasion being store on thai day. Mr. Miclman will bo League at 6:30 p. m. < for our List' showinir aUow- mince for old books.-Ackernnau.Si'
t the annual full opening; here but the one day. The public welcomed to all of thesolelcc. Apply to Martin Orillin Alice for old hook*.-Ackermim-Stow'art Drug; Co.logo .
NOTICE. .. 10-15-tf:: Drug Co. ;;

ft CoinmcnclnK! 1111 ,',hluy vvonlnx Miss Stubbs Wins Piano. till Min competitor Ermn Wylle.in the one piano of the contort success con First Baptist Church.W. Have-you; --ever- tried' Gralngcr's Brow lt Lumber pair foe CO.oEast,

-. October 13th, the Pitlulka .\lhlc'lIc0' :Miss Cora Stubba. a popular saleslady ducted by tho News 'last spring and FOR SAI.L-Two-story frame store corlesl? Uiest and freshest In the gro- a of g
rintlon nlll hold l their weekly Koclnll In the Earnest: dry goons was the whoso premium was a J17S due bill on O. )KOSTKJl PASTOR. building and about two acres of land at --- clly. Palatka, I'la. -
l".iiherln|(, and dances nt their rooms. successful contestant the J. If. Solver- he purchisc |>rl All club members with their fumilk'S ton piano' contest', and has hccn awarded has lately) purchased' ono of these celebrated Preaching at 11.00 I I: a, m. Subject: lore), all cash or part cash and reason- Cheap if sold nt and wagoii. \yMw, : Tuu.e0.. .
and I lady rlcndt nre expected \\'If w ish hv :Mr. VcKcrlon Iho well.known fur iTnnos, in which purchase! the 'Building the Christian Life." able lerms. Bids w 111 be received< until lo, Monlmollln once. Apply( to [L 1\,. Hair Puffs 95C. care'
nil members would keep their c>'e. open nitiiro dealer a fine Cote p:nno' company cheerfully: honored her duo Jr. B. Y. P. U. at 3-30, p. m.hr. November lit, 1904 1\1elIall bids lo J.1 Palalka f la. Tran.forn tloU.pon ., \\lluln.dul, at ,' S.
for slrnngers nnd extend Iu Ihem a cor !Miss Stubbs asks lieu the News In her ..ili.Ii.! .. Wylie greatly pleased 1 with B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Jo:. Fulch, Slarke, Fin IUdS ,I. NOTICE 1 dln ly mo.lori.te turn..' (lOIIIIln token.
dial Invitudon to v'.il our rooms and behalf, publicly think not only Mr. Yel- her beautiful piano! mid requests the Pastor wIll preach In Rodman at 7:00() Gnlngcr has huild; Parties denirinjr!' to binds up. Qntuk service, m lnI1lP'
make themselves at home there, I \'erlon. but all who helped her to Ibis sews to thank all friends who helped p m. business! built up n big yrocery houses cnii' (get "I|iMcta\prices! COMPANY.1.Ji .
Pnljtkn Athletic Association. beautiful piano. her In tho contest Everybody Invited. lowest prices Reason See U him: Fresh goods at ">a lots from Alaruu Unfflul10lStf ACME HAIR



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