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We moved in last week,
and though we are
scarcely settled
we are nevertheless
prepared to offer for
your inspection
a grand array of
Spring and
Summer
Clothing
For
Men, Youth and
Children
as well as
Underwear,
Neckwear,
Hats and
Caps,
and in fact everything
that men and boys
and little children
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For men and youth
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Everything in Spring
Weight Underwear
and Negligee Shirts,
The formal opening of
our new store will take
place Saturday. April
15th, when we will
give special souvenirs
to all lady visitors.
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The Palatka News
and Advertiser
THE NKWS AND ADVERTISER
has a higher circulation rating
than is accorded to any other
raper in Palatini. Printer's
nk, S. Y.. July 29, 1903.
City fiappettittgs and J
Personal mention.
It is now Mayor Tains.
Spring term of circuit court next
Monday.
The carpenters are busy at work
eulargiug Leo Jacobson's store.
H. D. Cox of Colee was a visitor
in the city last Saturday.
Ttie city hail now has its roof on
and is quite an imposing building.
Miss Edith Cook of Pomona was
the guest Wednesday of Miss Minnie
Buky.
E. S. Green, popular merchant of
Welakn, was a visitor in the city
Wednesday.
Miss Jessie Burton of Crescent
City has been the guest for a few
days of Miss Susie Walton.
Miss Martha Gray entertained a
number of her young lady friends al
a tennis party at her home lust Sat
urday. Mrs. Henry G. Hubbard and chil
dren of Crescent City passed through
the city Wednesday enroute to Sea
breeze for a short stay. - -
E. X. Calhoun, N. H. Moragne, C.
Meyer and Joe Price have returned
from a weeks' fishing at Grandiu and
report successful sport.
G. F. Bullard; county tax assessor,
was a visitor in the city Tuesday in
attendance at the meeting of the
county commissioners.
The W. C. T. U. and auxiliary will
hold a meeting at the home of Mrs.
Ella Grooms next Thursday after
noon, April 13th, at 3:30.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Capers of White
Springs were in the city last Satur
day en route to Crescent City on a
visit to Mr. Caper's mother.
Geo. A. Powell the well known
turpentine operator has returned to
North "Carolina after a two weeks'
stay here looking aftet his extensive
interests
W. C. Norton the well known pro
prietor of Grove Hall, Crescent
City's popular hotel, was an inter
ested spectator at Wednesday's base
ball game.
J$. H. Hagan, foreman of the con
struction gang for the southern clivis'
ion of the G. 8. & F. Railway with
headquarters in Lake City, rrrived
in the city Monday.
Dan O'Driscoll returned to Palatka
Friday night from Mascotte, Fla.,
at which lutter place he has been en
gaged putting in a turpentine plant
for Hodges fc O'Hara.
Miss R. E. Orr of Petersburg, Va..
who has spent the winter here, ex
pects to leave tomorrow for New
York where she will remain some
time before going to her home.
Mrs. Fannie Young of Nicholas
ville, Ky., who has been spending
the winter at Palm Reach, Daytona
and other east coast resorts, stopped
over in the city Tuesday for a short
visit to her cousin, Mrs. H. A. Buky.
The medal contest given at the
opera house on Monday evening of
last week cleared $25.00 which will
be used as a campaign fund for the
approaching wet and dry election.
Mr. and MrB. E. C. Brown who
have spent the winter here guests of
their daughter, Mrs. Henry S. Wil
son, will leave tomorrow for their
home in Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. E. W. Andrews of Chicago,
who is spending the winter at Hunt
ington, and Miss Corrie Cheatham
of the latter place were interested
spectators at the ball game on Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Rob't James and her guest,
Mrs. Ackerman, have gone north,
the former to Valley Stream, Long
Island, and the latter to Passaic, N.
J. Mrs. James wilt make quite an
extended visit to her old home,
Prof. Thomas, a noted vocalist of
Cinciitnati, who has been spending
the season at St. Augustine will be
in Palatka over Sunday and has con
sented to sing a solo at the morning
service at St. JamcB M. E. church
Mr. and Mrs. Scott who have been
residents of Palatka about a year
have gone to their home in Utlca, N.
Y. Mr. Scott was connected, while
here, with the Utica Brick A Tile
company, whose works, are located
at Rice Creek
Mrs. Martin Grillln gave a launch
party Tuesday afternoon'in honor of
those who took part in the recent St
Patrick's day concert at the opera
house. Refreshments were served
at Griffin '8 grove.
Little Matliew Lynn, only child of
Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Lyuu, was one
year old on Saturday last and the
evant was celebrated appropriately
at the manse. The matrons of the
Presbyterian congregation were in
vited to assist in the celebration.
The ladies of the Woman's for
eign missionary society of St. James
Methodist church will eivo a Japa
nese Tea next Monday night, April
10th, at the residence of Mrs. W. G.
Tilghinan. It will be a dime social.
Rev. W. S. Walker of the Metho
dist Conference Seminary at Suther
land, preached at St. James church
lost Sunday morning and at Has
tings at night. The morning collec
tion In aid of the college building
amounted to 30.
M. S. Brown moved his clothing
stock last week and is now in his
new store next to Rowton's. Mr.
Brown announces an opening day
for Saturday .April loth, when he
will give a souvenir to each lady
visitor.
Hon. Benj. P. Calhoun has return
ed from Baker county where he went
to attend, as states attorney, the
spring term of the circuit court. Mr.
Calhoun states that the remarkable
feature of fhls term of court there
lies in the fact that there was but
one criminal case on the docket.
Rev. A. L. Woodward of Tallahas
see, former pastor of St. James M.
E. Church in this city, was a candi
date for chaplain of tin Florida
Senate before the caucus last Mon
day night, but was defeated by Rev.
E. H. Reynolds of Duval county by
a vote of 22 to 10.
Tax Assessor Bullard will be in
Palatka during court week, from the
11th to the 15th instant, for the pur
pose of taking tax returns.- This
will accommodate many people from
the country districts who will be in
the city at that time. Mr. Bullard
will also he in Palatka during the
last week of April.
I. Martin of Brooklyn, N. Y".. pres
ident of the I. M. Meyer Co., of this
city, arrived In the city Wednesday
night for a short stay. Mr. Martin is
a popular traveling salesman who
makes Florida visits every six
months. Besides his business inter
ests here he has extensive cisrar man
ufacturing interests in Key West.
Richard M. Smith, for the past IS
years a resident of this city, left on
Sunday for Johnson City. Tenn.,
where he enters the Mountain City
Ranch National Home. Mr. Smith
is well known throughout the city
and county and his many friends,
while they regret to see him leave,
trust that he may find his new home
a pleasant one.
Black Patti's troubadours played
to a crowded house in the opera
house on Tuesday night. The com
pany is large and a good one. The
company travels by private car. Mr.
Vsiua, manager of the opera house,
says the receipts of the performance
were a few dollars more than was
ever taken in by any other company
in the history of the house and that
must mean in a long time.
Mr. T. W. Ralph returned the lat
ter part of last week from a final
tour of I. O. O. F. lodges iu the wes
tern portion of the state. He reports
finding them in good ponrtitiqfl.
During his administration he hurt
visited every lodge in his domain at
least once, with the exception of one
in Middle Florida and the Spanish
lodge at Key West. His present
term as Grand Noble-Grand expires
the 18th instant at the convention of
the Grand Lodge in GainesvilVe.
St. Augustine Record.
The campaign committee of the
temperance forces announce that
Elder J. D. Kendrick, Adventist.
preacher of Lake City, will speak at'
the court house next Tuesday, the
11th Inst., in the interest of the Put
nam county temperance movement.
The committee extends a cordial in
vitation to all citizens th attend.
Mr. Kendrick is said to be an elo
quent speaker and one who did effec
tive work in the Columbia eounty
campaign two years ago.
H. Finley Tucker, son of County
Superintendent Of Schools, L. K.
Tucker, has been commissioned gen
eral agent for the Union Central
Life Insurance company of Cincin
natti, for the three counties of Put
nam, St. Johns and Clay. His of
fices is in Room 2 of the Kennedy
building. Mr. Tucker has been con
nected with the New York Life In
surance Co., for some time and has
made an efficient agent, and his pro
motion to this general agency is in
recognition of his abilities as a hust
ler. The Union Central is an old
and conservative company, doing
business on progressive but safe
methods, and writes an attractive
policy. It does not cater to foreign
business, but is content with what
it can do in the United States.
Wednesday's BaJl Game.
The game at the park on Wednes
day afternoon between the Palatka
and Crescent City teams wasn't
much. The element of exciting in
terest was wholly lacking. The Pa
latka club took the lead from the
start and increased it to the finish,
the close showing a score of 18 to 3
in favor of the home club.
Collins pitched for Palatka for the
first six inning, when he had to go
behind the bat owing to the injury
to Merrill's split finger. Then Phil
lips went into the box. He made an
excellent substitute. Neither he
nor Collins were bit much.
The visitors did not play their
usual ball. They lost nerve in the
first inning and made little effort to
recover it. They made many costly
errors, each player, with the possible
exception of Carrier, having one or
more to his credit.
The Palatka boys played, with
snap from start to finish and earned
their big victory.
Rinkin umpired the grime.
J. D. Points & Co., plumbers, have
received a large new stock of bath
tubs and toilets. Good time to con
sult them about sewer connections.
Invmluable to ootfump
ffvM, mnd mil who mutton
fron tbromt dltordor.
. Pleasant Surprise Party.
The near neighbors and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Willard met at
the Episcopal rectory last Wednes
day evening and then went in a body
to the new home of the Willnrds.
next west of St. Minks church, giv
ing them a complete sociirt surprise.
Each one of the surprising party
carried some piece of granite house
ware. The parly was also well sup
plied with the material with which
to const met nn orthodox Dutch
lunch, which was later in the eve
ning spread in the dining room by
the ladies and to which all did am
ple justice. Mr. and Mrs. Willard
were taken completely by surprise,
but they arose equal to the occasion,
and all had a happy time.
Among those present were Rev.
and Mrs. F. H. Ricliey, Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Haugliton, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Burdette, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Ro
senberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davis;
Mesdames A. M. Haugliton, Dewson
and Slocum, Misses Priddy, Reed.
James, Mulholliiud, and Green;
Messrs. Hyatt and Strunz and Missj
Dorothy Haugbtou and Master Sey
mour Burdette.
Mr. Willard in speaking of the oc
casion said that he was never more
surprised and that the lunch prepar
ed by the visitors was "great." "I
enjoyed myself so much,'- said he,
"that I pressed them all to come
again and do so some more."
Grand Musical Service.
"The Crucifixion" or the- story of
the passion of Jesus Christ told in
music by Sir John Swuier, will be
the special feature at the evening
service in St. Marks church next
Sunday. , "
Concerning this special service
Rev. F. H. Richey, rector of the
church says :
'This grand oratorio w ill be ren
dered by tin? parish choir under the
special direction of Mr. Stuart Hyatt
who has been for some time engaged
In training the voices. The whole
service, music, etc., was secured
from New York at considerable ex
pense. The public is cordially in
vited to attend and are assured a
service of such a devotional nature
that nil differences of creed will be
lost in the realization of the great
reward all peoples have iu the suf
fering Messiah and his passion.
Special copies of all hymns have
been provided for the congregation,
thereby assuring hearty congrega
tional singing."
Confederate Memorial Day.
Wednesday, April 26th, has been
designated as Confederate Memorial
Day and Patton Anderson Chapter,
United Daughters of the Confed
eracy, is preparing an appropriate
commemorative service to take place
in Fry's opera house at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day. To this
service, Mrs. J. W. Blackwell of the
committee on arrangements cordially
invites the Veteran Association, the
Gem City Guards, the R. W. Davis
Guards, the Memorial Association,
the Blue and the Gray, the public
school teachers and childeu to at
tend. An interesting program has
been arranged and this will be pub
lished in next week's paper.
. 'Pre City Election.
The annual election of municipal
oflicers occurred on Tuesday, and as
is usual when there is no contest,
was a tame affair. A light vote was
polled probably not more than one
sixth the voting strength of the city.
Antonio Usina is the new mayor,
and succeeds M. M. Vickers. The
board of aldermen will be the same
as at present with the exception of
J. H. Haugliton who succeeds M.
Kohl from the Fifth ward, and Dr.
A. M. Steen who succeeds J. A. Shel
ley from the Second ward. The new
official were sworn in yesterday.
IMPROVED PROPERTY for sale
near the new town Mansfield. In
quire of E. W. Green. 3-31-2t
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lafchless in
The most complete line in Furnishing Goods
embracing everything in Underwear, Hosiery
Neckwear, Belts, Suspenders, Straw and
Panama Hats.
The Ladies of Palatka
Now realize they can get the right things in
Spring and Summer Dross Materials
MIltoini titles. To do it we had to have
M'ttataSt. Whenthe.ad.es found this fact
our business was established.
If vou havn't looked over our Dress Goods do so now. Sure to suit
you in some one of the score of pretty materials we are showing.
In our
Shoe Department
we have stylish footwear for both Men and Women-The Jenness n.l
Zt Shoe for Ladies and the King Quality Shoe for Men. Nothing can
compare with them.
Ten cases Straw Hats just received.
A. W. STRANGE & CO.,
Phone 98. 421-423 Lemon St. Palatka, Florida
AN ORDINANCE
Prescribing the Time for Making Gas,
Water and Sewer Connections.
Be it ordained by the Major and City ,
Council of the City of PalatKa:
' Section 1. Each and every person
company or corporation who owns real
estate iu the City of Palatka. fronting
or abutting upon any street through
which a public sewer may be construct
ed by authority of the City oSJja atba,
shah make ail requisite connections with
such pub ic sewer while same may be
under construction by authority of the
City of Palatka and such connection shall
be made as soon as such sewer shall
have been built or exteuded to or oppo
site the property of such person, coni
pjnv or corporation.
Such connection shall extend from
such sewers to the curbing at the edge
of the street or to the sidewalk along
such street; which said connections and
extrusions or sewers, running from the
mains to the curbing, as aforesaid, shall
be constructed of such material and in
said manner as may be authorized by
the street committee or civil engineer of
the city.
Seciios 2. Any person or persons
whose duty it may be to make such con
nectiors or extensions, asaforesald, who
fiiilato make such connections or exten
sions, as aforesaid, within thirty days
after it becomes their duty to make such
connections, shall be punished by a tine
not exceeding one hundred dollars or
imprisonment not exceeding thirty days,
or both such fine and imprisonment in
the discretion of the municipal judge.
Section 3. Whenever provision shall
be made by ordinance for the paving or
repairing of any street or part of street,
the owners of properly abutting on such
designated street or part of street, or
any other person, comrany or corpor
ation who may have the right and
whose duty it may be, shall make
all requisite connections with the
gas and water mains in front of their
respective premises, within thirty days
after the publication of the ordinance so
requiring such street or part of street, to
be paved or re-paved.
Such connection shall extend from
said maius to the curbing at the edge of
the street or to the edge of the sidewalk,
so that after such street shall have been
paved, there may be no necessity for
interfering wi h such pavement, ii any
manner, in order to make such connec
tion.
Section 4. After any pavement shall
have been laid, under the provision of
au ordinance heretofore passed, or that
may hereafter be passed, no person shall
be allowed to dig up or disturb such
pavement for the purpose of making
any such connections with sewers, gas
or water mains, or for any other pur
pose, provided, however, that iu case of
accident or any other contingency ren
dering it neccessary to disturb said
pavement, any such cerson, company or
corporation may make application to the
City Council of the City of Palatka to
have the necessary work done and shall
deposit with said City Council such sum
of money, as in the estimation of the
said City Council, shall be deemed suf
ficient to pay the expense to be incurred ;
and the City Council may then have the
necessary work done, including the re
laying of the pavement, at the expense
of such applicant.
Any person digging tip or disturbing
such pavement contrary to the provis
ions hereof, shall upon conviction th re-
of, be punished by a fine not exceeding
one minurea aoiiars or ny imprisonment
Strouse & Bros'
High Art Clothing.
We are displaying the most up-to-date
line of Clothing ever shown, ranging
from $10.00 to $21.00 a suit.
New Columbia Shirt
in plain white and fancy cuff
attached or detached.
HERBERT CROOK, Manager.
....t .vuvinir thlrtv rtnvs or bv both fine
and imprisonment, in the discretion of
the municipal judge.
Section 5. No further notice than the
mii.,inlnn nf this ordinance shall be
deemed necessary to inform all persons
affected hereby or tno requirements oi
this ordinance and to charge llieni with
full notice thereof.
Passed In open Council this March 7th,
A. !., 1905.
S. J. KENNERLY,
Attest : President City Council.
J. N. BLACKWELL,
Seal I lerk City Courcil.
Approved this 8th day of March, A.
D. 1905. M M. VICKERS,
Mayor.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Ti x Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888, Law? of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that K. B. Mc
Leod, purchaser of Tax! certificate
No. 1335, dated the 5th day of April A D
1802, has filed said certificate in my of
fice, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Putnam
countv, Florida, towit:
8ej of sej, section 1, township 13, range
20 40 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate
in the name of K. C. Hedrick. Unless
said certificate snail be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 8th day of April, A. D.
11W5.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 1st day of March. A. D., 1905.
Seal JOSEPH PRICE,
t'lk. Circuit Court Putnam Co. Florida
Wanted Young man or boy to as
sist in confectionery store. Ii. A.
Smith.
LOST Between the Boyd block
and F. J. Kearnsitle's residence, a
lady's breastpin, gold wreath with
blue enamel. Finder will please
leave at Fearnside Clothing Co's
store or at this oflice. Suitable re
ward. Important to Stockmen.
Sanford, Fin., Mar. oth, 19U5.
Ackerman & Stewart,
Palatka, Fla.,
Gentlemen:
Two weeks ago I purchased from
my druggist here a package of Tilgh
nians Condition Powder, and write
to say that it saved a pet heifer for
me. She was almost beyond aid.
"Salt Sick," I suppose, judging from
the symptoms. As she is fine Jersey
stock I now value her at f'io.oo, and
consider the investment of 25 cts. for
your Powder the best bargain I ever
made. Respectfully yours,
Geo. O. McDougal.
Mar. 24, 4t.
Pretty Ice Cream Parlor.
Dave Part in is fitting up his rec
ceiitly purchased ice cream parlors,
next to A. W. Stange & Co's. in au
elegant manner, and by another
week will have a really elegant place.
He will serve all up-to-date non-intoxicating
drinks and ice creams,
and will have a fine assortment of
high grade candies. Mr. Partiu ex
pects to arrange for an orchestra to
play in his place Saturday evenings.
iiaiorial and Mine!
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Tax Deei Under Section 8 of ChaDter
4888 Laws of Florida. V 1
Notice Is hereby trlvon tv,nt
Miller, purchaser of tax certiflcaui
nu. ojt, uaLeu nie isc day of July A
D. 1901, has filed said certificate In my
omee. and has mAiln nnnluntir.n . '
. t-f'.u.wuu iur utx
deed to issue 1 accordance with law.
&aiu ceniucate embraces the following
described oronertv oituntiui in
- . - u 4. uumui
county, Florida to wit :
lb a or wj or nw or sw, section 28,
township 10, range 2416 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of 6uch certificate In
the name of Unknown. Unless Bald
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
6th day of May, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 30th day of March, A. D. 1905,
Seall JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co. Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that M. C.
Mcintosh, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 250, dated the 2nd day of June,
A. D , 1902. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated In Putnam
county, Florida, to wit :
NJ of nej section 32, township 12,
range -tl 80 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate la
the name of J. 11. Hayden. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
22d day of April, A D 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
tills the 15th day of March, A D 1905. .
Seal JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co, Florida,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice ia hereby given that Wm.
Miller, purchaser of Tax certificate
No. 366, dated the 4th day of July,
A. D. 1898, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated In Putnam
county, Florida, to wit:
Pt nwj nw of a R. section 21, town
ship 10, range 24 100 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate
in the name of Brown 4 Dennis. Un
less said certificate shall be redeem,
ed according to law, tax deed will is
sue thereon on the 22nd da; of April.
A. D , 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 15th day of March, A. D. 1905.
Seal JOSEPH PRICE,
"Clerk Circuit Ct, of Putnam Co., FU.
Dr H. E. DOUGLASS,
Osteopathic Physician,
Office at Residence
Corner 5th and Orange Sts.
All Curable Diseases successfully treat
ed without drugs. Chronlo cases es
pecially solicited.
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WANTED 60 laborers to work on
Palatka sewers. Will pay from $1.00
to $1.25 per day. Guild & t'o.,
tf Contractors.
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