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ra. To Bothers!
We want you to bring
your children to us
for their
Summer Suits.
Know we can
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Vilcitsc YOU
Children, too.
AVe have an exquisite
array of
Buster Brown
Suits,
5ailor Suits
and
Russian
Blouses.
The Buster Brown
Suits eome both
in Serges and
Washable Materials,
ami the
Sailor Suits
are also in Wool and
Washable Material.
Then we have big line
Separate Washable
Shirt Waists
for the Small Hoy,
with separate
Lauudried dollars in
White and Colors.
Your boy likes a
Collar and Necktie,
lie wants to be neat.
Let him.
Remember we make
a Specialty of
Everything for Boys.
In Men's Wear
We are showing some
Elegant Suits in
Serges,
Worsteds,
Homespuns and
Chevoits.
Our
Griffon
Brand
Suits
are celebrated the
country over for
Excellence of
Material,
Make,
Finish and Kit.
They arc in all respects
Equal to the finest
(Worn Made Garment.
The Patterns for
This
Spring and Summer
are especially fine.
Our
Straw Hat,
Negligee
3 sniri
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3 and
Furnishings
Departments
are lil led with
the BEST, and our
Prices on all Goods
are the
LOWEST.
The Palatka News
and Advertiser
1 1 S. BROWN,
Tin: nkws and aivi:riisi:r
has a hiiltcr circulation rating
than is accorded to any other
paper in I'alatUa, I'rinter's
Ink. N. Y.. Inly HUM.
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I City Happenings and j
i Personal mention.
Louis A. Smith and Clias. E. Uow
ton niacin a liUrtiuuHH trip to Jackson
ville on Tuesday.
Mrs. E. r; Uatos of Welaka is vis
itliiK in Mm city this week, tins Rtiust
of Mrs. Marlin tirillin.
Gov. Jirownril lias sillied the Key
West railway extension bill intro
duced by Senator K. S. Crill.
Mr. llolstein and family have mov
ed into the comfortable lint formerly
occupied by Win. Ivors, on Lemon
street.
Postmaster Harrison of Denver
was in the city yesterday on bis way
home from a business visit to Jack
sonville. A commodious carriage shed i be
ini? erected by Lee Keiinerly on the
lot on Lemon street adjoining his
livery stable.
Hev. M. V. Welch, the venerable!
pastor emeritus of the l'or.iona Con
uretfiitional chin ch, was a visitor in
the city yesU rday.
Kobt. Rugiii has accepted a posi
tion in the grocery store of Silas
Smith and entered upon his duties
.Monday morning.
The last social of the Woman's
Kortuightly club this season will be
held nt Miss Mulholland'son Satur
day, May IRIi, at i) p. m.
Uob't J amen has received word
from Mrs. James, who is at the home
of her parents in New York" state,
aniiounciiii,' the arrival of a son.
Messrs. Herbert Crook and J. H.
Uandolph gave a launch party Wed
nesdiiy evening to about 2o of their
gentlemen and lady friends on the
launch Mobbie.
Aliss Lillian Morris arrived here
on Wednesday from Jacksonville.
Miss Morris comes to spend a few
weeks 118 tin' guest of Miss Mulhol
laud before going to Connecticut for
the summer.
Dave Piirtin's ice cream parlors
did a big business last Saturday, the
day being known as Woman's club
day. The receipts were over 50, ol
which amount the club receives a
generous percentage.
Thi! Veteran Association of lilue
and Gray with their friends are en
joying thi) annual picnic oi tne asso
ciation at Itolestou today. Nice,
short trip. U if you can. Hound
trip 10 cents. Nice river ride.
The steamer Crescent has for some
days oast been unloading freight at
the (J. S. & F. bulkhead. On last
Saturday she brought in 7f0 bar
rels ol potatoes from Kederal Point
and other places along the river.
Mrs. Ceo. 11. Selden has resigned as
organist at St. Marks church. Her
playing has been an attractive fea
ture in the church's service and
there is widespread regret over her
decision to retire; the hope is express
ed that her retirement will only be
tempera ry .
Mrs. H. Cowart and Miss Maude
Pricidv ot Tampa are here this week
on a visit to their mother, Mrs. K.
M. Priddv. Fred Priddy of Jackson
ville is also expected to day, and
Mrs. Priddy says it is the first time
in years that the family will all
lie together.
Contractor Decks has begun the
work of building a liaptistry under
Hie tower ot St. Marks church, all
Kaster gift to the parish from some
liienc s ot the rector. 1 lie jsapt lstry
is to be finished ill cypress, oiled, and
will add greatly to the appearance ol
the church's interior.
H. H. Zesinger, secretary of the
Florida Land and Improvement
coninanv ot Philadelphia, former
owner of the Putnam House in this
cit.v.was here on Wednesday. Mr.
Zesimrcr came to complete the final
transfer of the Putnam House prop
erty to L. H. and W. A. Merry day,
who are now the sole owners and
without the least shadow on their
title.
Mayor I'sina has notified the police
to arrest all women found in saloons
The women of the deiiii-moudaiii
have been in the habit, of visiting the
stalled saloons in the upper part of
Lemon street. Tliey are not to be
allowed this privilege further. The
mayor has also ordered all soiled
dove cotes within two blocks of sa
loons to he vacated, ami the order is
being enforced by Chief of Police
Hagan.
Miss Rosalie Price and Capt K
Noble Calhoun entertained a large
party rfif society young people last
Monday night at the Armory. The
party was in honor of Miss Genevieve
Merrill and air. name l). wattles,
whose marriage will occur at eight
o clock next. Wednesiuy evening.
Hearts were played until 10 o'clock,
after which dancing was indulged in
until midnight. Dainty refresh
nu nts, including ice cream and cakes,
were served. 1 he prizes were won
bv Dr. Hoseiiherg, .Miss JSassett
and Miss Vorus. The Armory was
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion.
E. T. Redding of Ititorlnchen was
in the city a couple of days this week
shaking bauds with his numerous
friends. Mr. Redding has opened a
general merchandise store in lnter-
lachi n, and is delighted with the
prospects of the little town. Much
real estate has been purchased in
the town during the past winter by
new settlers and the citizens, know
ing they have a pleasant and he.illh-
I in place oi resiuenee, nave goneii
together In a development nssocia
lion for the purpose of conveying
this information to others Growth
is the slogan of all of the citizens oi
the place now
Miss Fannie M. Thomas, for thf
nast two vears manager of the Wes
tern I'liion Telegraph company's
ollice in this city, has resigned mid
on Tuesday left for Jacksonville.
Her marriage with Mr. W. U. Bren
ner, chief clerk for the superintend
ent of the company in Jacksonville,
has been announced for the lHth iust.
to take place in that. city. During
her stay here Miss Thomas has
made her home with Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Haughton, and they, together
with all others who have had the
pleasure and privilege of her ac
quaintance, are wishing her a long
and happy life.
Well Pleased With Palatka.
Cbas. J. Smit h of St. Albans, Vt.,
came here last week and after stay
ing n few days liked it so well he de
termined to locate. Mr. Smith is an
optician and jeweler ami seeing a
good opening at ins business in rue
Perry Keener stock he bought it and
has lensed the present store room.
Mr. Sniitli was seen In the store on
Wednesday taking account of stock
and arranging it all in an orderly
manner. He is a young man ot en-
rsry. thoroughly losted in every de
tail of his business and states that he
is going to give t he people of Palatka
a high-grade stock of goods to make
selections from.
Resides a full line of jewelry,
watches and gems Mr. Smith will
carry a stock of etchings and ot her
pictures, bric-a-brao etc., togemer
with a stock of optical goods. He
has been graduated in the art of lif
ting the eyes and understands the
business thoroughly.
Mr. Smith states that he lines t'a-
latka very much. He will leave for
New York early next week to pur
chase new goods, and will be gone
some ten days.
The stock was sold to Mr, Smith
by F. J. Fearnside.
The City Council.
At the regular meeting of the city
council on Tuesday night an ordi
nance grunting the G..S-te. r . it y
privilege of laving track on Laurel
strert for four blocks, between Fourth
i in I Jones street was read for infor
mation and laid over. Anew build
ing ordinance went through the
same process.
H. H. Sanders was appointed a po
liceman to take the place of D. G.
Sanford, resigned. Mr. Sanders
severed for a time last. year. Mr.
Sanford bad been on the force for
nine years and was a good oflicer.
He resigned because he could tto
better in a financial wav.and lias ac
cepted a position as bartender for J.
V . isrewer.
T J. Thompson for the past year
or more superintendent of the street
railway system, was maue a spe
cial policeman for six months.
The Confederate Tlz.&s.
The Florida flags of the Confeder
acy, or those of theui that were cap
tured by the Union army during the
civil war and which have been held
by the general government up to a
mouth ago wheu they were returned
to the state, were publicly received
with solemn and impressive cere
mony in the Hall of Representatives
at Tallahassee last Tuesday.
The hall was crowded to the doors
by members of both branches of the
legislature, distinguished visitors,
Veterans and Daughters of the Con
federacy. Ex-Gov. F. P. Fleming delivered
an eloquent speech and Gov. Rrow
.ird also addressed the gathering.
The Hags were brought into the hall
by old veterans who hud fought un
d'tr them, and many were visibly af
fected by again looking upon the
failed and tattered colors.
Mr. McLeod Again.
Rev. S. J. McLeod, the venerable
Rantist preacher against whom the
late grand jury failed to find a true
hill on the charge of accusing an
other of crime, was in the city last
Friday.
The reverend gentleman feels that
the News has done him an injustice.
Tliis paper had no such intention.
Mr. McLeod says lie has been the
victim of blackmail and malicious
prosecution and that the persons
who were guilty of it are dangerous
and the community would do well to
get rill of them. All the News has
done was to publishes the charges
against Mr. McLeod. The grand
jury has said by its action that there
was nothing in' them. That ought to
sullice, and does.
Beale-Renault.
Mr. George F. Reale and Miss
Alice Christine Renault were quietly
married at the bride's residence on
Lemon street Monday evening at H
o'clock, by Rev. Father Pay-ick Hai
ry, pastor" of St. Monicas Catholic
church, in the presence of a few in
timate friends and relatives.
Mr. Reale is a valued employe of
the Palatka ferry and is well liked
and popular with all who know him.
Miss Renault is the daughter of the
late Dr. Renault, who was a promi
nent physician in the early days of
Palatka", and is a lady of an unusual
ly charming and sunny disposition,
admired and respected by all.
The newly wedded couple have be
gun housekeeping in the cozy little
home of Mr. Beale in the north end
of the city, and the well-wishes of a
host of friends accompany them.
WomanV Fortnightly Club.
On Friday April 28, the Woman's
club held a very interesting meeting
at their club rooms.
After the usual business was dis
posed of the president introduced
Mrs. James S. Church, who then ad
dressed the club on "Domestic Sci
euce." Mrs. Church, who formerly
occupied the chair of domestic sci
ence in the University of Illinois,
proved herself an admirable speaker
and showed a thorough knowledge
of her subject.
After the meeting light refresh
ments were served, and a pleasant
half hour was spent socially, during
which Mrs. Gates of Welaka tavored
the club with one of her delightful
readings. Press Correspondent.
Manager John Kane.
John Kane has been promoted to be
manager of the local Western Union
Telegraph otllce and is now in charge.
He is probably the youngest mana
ger of such an important otllce hi the
state. The new manager is a sou of
the late Pat Kane. He entered the
ofiice some eight years ago as a "lit
tle kid" and lias practically grown
up in il. He is a competent operator
and his friends are predicting that
he will be more than equal to his
new responsibilities and dignity.
Public Library Committees.
The following Public Library com
mittees have been appointed by the
president to serve during the present
yea r.
Aim I viSTKATioN T. R. Merrill,
Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. McGregor.
Financb-W. S. Rurdett, Mrs. H.
S. Wilson, Geo. E. Gay.
Rook Miss Genevieve Merrill, W.
S. Rurdett, Mrs. Selden.
Kntkrtainmknt Mrs. J. N. Wal
ton, Mrs. It. F. Adams, Mrs, Gard
ner, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Moragne
BAIR-DERBY WEDDING
Soleminized Wednesday Even
ing in St. James M. E.
Church.
Ouo of the prettiest weddings of
the spring season was that nn-AVed-nesdav
evening, at St. James M. K. :
church, south, of Miss Agnes V'elin
da Derhv, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
Edward' Derby, and Mr. Robert
Bruce Balr, prominent young people
of t his city.
Long before the hour for the cere
mony the church was crowded with
an assemblage id interested friends,
even the vestibules being packed to
their utmost capacity. The decora
tions throughout the church were
beautiful, a color scheme of white
and green being very ellectively em
ployed .
Shortly before 8 o'clock, Mrs. Win.
G. Tilghnian, the talented organist
of St. James, rendered a short pro
gram of a few selections. After this j
Misses Susie Leo Walton and Mabel
Holconib, the signal attendants,
handsomely gowned in whitu organ
dies, entered the church. At this
juncture the beautiful Lohengreii
wedding march began and the wed
ding party entered in the following
order: First, the ushers, Messrs. J.
T. Dunn, H. Finley Tucker, D. F.
Partin and Ernest Holconib, follow
ed by the bride's attendants, Misses
Pearl Ringhani, Clyde Esles, Jos
ephine Haskell and Alta Jirakeman,
all the latter attired in beautiful
white organdies, and carrying large
clusters of wiiite oleanders. Follow
ing these came the groomsman, Mr.
(!has. Burt and the bridesmaid, Miss
Nellie Marshall; next the maid of
honor, Miss Minnie Carlysle Buky,
followed by the flower girls, little
Misses Ollie Tilghnian ami Priscilla
Hamiii. The bride then entered
leaning on the. arm of her father,
Mr. Edward Derby. They were met
at the altar bv the .groom, attended
by his brother, Mr. Benj. R. Bair, as
best man. The party formed almost
a complete circle, around the chancel
rail, and then Rev. c. T. Gates, the
pastor of St. James, in a most, im
pressive manner pronounced the
words that united the young couple.
The bride wore a handsome gown
of white peau de soi witli lace trim
mings, and white bridal veil and
carried a large cluster of brides
roses. Her only ornament was
a handsome pearl buckle, ail heir
loom of her mother's.
The maid of honor. Miss Minnie
Ruky was- attired in a beautiful
princess costume of white habutia
silk and carried a large shower bou
quet of pink roses.
The bridesmaid. Miss Nellie Mar
shall, wore a handsome shirred cos
tume of white china siik and 'carried
a bouquet of pink roses.
The ilower girls, little Misses Ollie
Tilghmaii and Priscilla Hanini, were
dressed in pure white, ami with their
pretty little baskets Hilled with
white and pink rose pedals, present
ed a charming picture.
Tin.' young lady atteiulands all
wore white organdies.
The gentlemen of the party were
attired in the conventional costumes
of black.
At the conclusion of the ceremony
the organist rendered a selection
from Tannhauser, and the bridal
party filed out of the church hy the
south aisle, preceded by the little
flower girls strewing rose pedals in
the pathway.
The party then repaired to the
home of the bride's parents on Kir
by street, where a reception was
held. Some two hundred invited
guests were present to give congratu
lations and best wishes. The parlor,
library and dining room were prettily
decorated with evergreens and olean
ders. An elegant collation whs ser
ved, and Misses Susie Lee Walton
and Mabel Holcomb gracefully pre
sided at the punch bowl. Those
assisting Mrs. Derby to receive her
guests were: Mesdames John N.
Walton, John . Tilghmaii, I. R.
Stelts, A. G. Phillips, mid Miss Hat
tie Buky, while Mrs. (). L. Pierce
superintended the serving of re
freshments, assisted by Misses Has
kell, Ringhani, Rrakeinan and Ka
tes. The newly wedded couple were the
recipients cf many valuable and
useful presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Bair enter upon their
wedded life under auspices most
flattering, and have the best, wishes
of a host of admiring friends for a
life full of contentment and happiness.-
For the present the young
people will reside in this city, but
later expect to move to South Carolina.
litvalublB to oonvump"
vm, antf mil who Buffer
from thromt tfhttrdor.
Bicyclists of the city seem to have
lost sight of the fact that there is an
ordinance requiring bells and lamps
to be used on wheels. This ordi
nance should be enforced as the
recklessness of some riders makes it
dangerous to pedestrians on the side
streets where a "copper" is scarely
ever seen.
For Good Iusurauce
The
Union Centra
Life Insurance
Company
Of Cincinnati, Ohio,
i. Established 1867.
Assets, 1HHB
Assets, 11105 $13,H1,73H.40.
H, FINLEY TUCKER,
General Agent,
Room 2 Keiiuerly B'ld't,'.
up stairs.
Palatka, Florida.
If you want to get your moneys
worth; and see a good COLD knocs
out. use Peek's Pine Tar Syrnp
UHT-A Ladies Gold Watch and
.... ;.. ,.l.v.,li nml 1)1.
1111 nerweeu in ihmii; "u.v.
Steen's ollice, Saturday afternoon
about i :3i or t o chick, r " .
be rewarded by leaving watch at tins
ollice.
Dr H. E, DOUGLASS,
Osteopathic Physician,
Office at Resilience
Corner 5th and Orange Sts. .
All Curablo Dlsoisns successfully treat
ed without drugs. Chronic cases es
pecially solicited. tf
iir a xiri'Tri rji inhfimrti to work on
Palatka sewers. Will pay from $1.00
J.. .1 .1.-. ,1..., tflTTT.Tl & Co..
tf Contractors.
LOST Between the Boyd block
and F. J. Fearnside's residence, a
lndy's breastpin, gold wreath with
i.i,.'.. ......,,,..1 Finder will nlease
irmu riiHiin.i. -
leave at Fearnside Clothing Co s
store or at this otllce. auiutuie reward.
Order for Publication.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIHOIHT, I'l TJiA.M COC.VII, iiiuniua-
IN CHANCERY.
Mary E. Brttditoek, Complainant, I mn fnr
v. r Divorce
Thomas H. Bradiloek, Defendant. )
It appearing by affldavlt appended te the
hill Mnl In the above Ktnted ciuise th-U iilllant
believes the residence ot Thomas H. llrnddock,
the defendant, therein named, is unknown and
II nirther appearing, the belief of alliant, that
s.tld dfiendaut Is over the aje of twenty-one
vnnrn. It Is therefore ordered Hint said Uerond
nut be and he Is Hereby reipilntd to appear to
Hie mil ot Comnlnlnt Illed In said cause on or
before Monday, the 6th d iyol June. A. 11.. 1'hi5.
olherwise the allegations oi sun uiumii ue
taken us confessed by said Defendant,
n l further ordered that this order pub-
HslieiWme a week lor 8 consecutive we 'ks In
the l'alntka News, a newspaper published in
said County nml Stnto.
W itness my hand and oOlclal senl thl bth
any of April l'.ma.
Sealj JOSEPH PKICli,
Clerk Ulroull Court,
K. E. HASKELL.
Solicitor lor Complainant.
HOMES IN FLORIDA!
THE SOUTHERN COLONIZATION CO., have
purchased 20,oim acres of the best land In
Florida. We want Will more good families to
Join our mutual colony; tho best rhanc- on
earth to get a home with little or no cost. Every
member a stockholder: hii,ikhj acres on i. is.
F. K'r wllhln 4 to lo miles of Pallida, Fla.
We shall Imtldour own city, also sub-divide
lands into 5, 10, -.HI and 4tl aero tracts. Klrst
half of this lnrtre tract will he sold tt members,
and tie- la-t halt to non-member-', at the mar-
ket price; this will enable the stockholders lo
u rebate In protits. thus paying back to stock
holders more money than th. y put in at the
hoglnning. Every member will own his own
land with good title to use and dispose of as
he (or she may wish. We have lands that will
produce three valuable crops per year. Our
lands will rent (when ready for the plowi for
live times its cost. Send for onr prospectus and
other printed matter explaining all.
Southern Colonization Co.,
Palatka, Pla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Dee 1 Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888 Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Wm,
Sillier, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 397, dated tlie 1st day of Jul', A.
D. 1901, has tiled 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 :
hi a of wi of nwj of swl, section 28,
township 10, range 2416 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of Unknown. Unless said
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.
Seal JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co. Florida.
For an attractive, easy to see and
easy to read office calendar send six
cents In stamps to W. H. Leahy, Divis
ion rr.88enger Agent, Atlantic Coast
Line, Savannah, Ga."
And
I Mew "Shoe' Store!
tS -I'lie now SHOE Department in nur Store in filled with
fg Choi"-! SHOES for MEN, WOMEN nml CHILDREN.
i a s mhrnz
to Fit All Fes!.
Ladies will tind our Shoe Department exceptional in
that it lmfl Shoes such as they want.
W'e make ft specialty of Shoes for the Children.
Onr "Ti;or King" and "Jackson" Shoes for Men t
CO have u wearing guarantee for SIX MONTHS.
Leo Jacobson's
Popular Dry Goods and Shoe House,
Palatka, Florida
I Watching-Your Watch j
m
to bub how fur wrong.it is .might bo a confidence
losing sort of pastime, but if your WATCH has
over kept accurate time 1 am pretty sure I can
make it keep accurate time again. Of course tin;
needed repairs will depend upon how much you
have neglected your watch, but tb.3 cost will not
be too high. ; . .
WE SELL GOOD WATCHES
and make a specialty of Watches for Railroad
Men.
Our stock of Fine Jewelry ,Cut Glaus and all sorts
of pretty Novelties suitable for Wedding and
other Gifts is comprehensive.
W. S. FRY,
Tlie Leading Jeweler.
Palatka, Florida
m
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111 -fKwrsanr
ft
Dangers of Defective Plumbing.
Defective plumbing permits the entrance iiuo the house
Il 1 1 ! of sewer gas bearine germs ot
j i -
M (j Jl contagious diseases to which the human sys
tem readilv succumbs.
Sewer gas is not necessarily generated in the
sewer, but is frequently created in the plumb
ing svstcm within the home and enters the
apartments through defective fixtures.
If in doubt, consult us regarding the piping
i and replacing defective fixtures with
"ttttidarJ" Porcelain Enameled Ware .
acknowledged as the best sanitary equipment.
J. D. POINTS & COM PanY
1
j Our Opening Days
Were Gala Gays in -
j Millinery
and our business was
tremendous.
But we still have beau
tiful Creations in Mil
liner)' and a magnificent
stock of Notions.
If you have not yet pick
ed "out your SUMMER
HAT come and let ur .
show you something ap
propriate. Miss Kate L. Lusas'
Millinery Parlors,
l'alntka, Flu.
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The Palatka Agency
For
Lowney's Celebrated
Candies and 1
Chocolates
is at I
I
D. A. Partin's I
Ice Cream Parlors, f
(Next to A. "W. Strung' A: Co. ) 1
When you want good
candy .that IS GOOD, j
see me. Ice Cream
Parlors, and
'Cool Summer Drinks, i
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. Partin.
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Wm M
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lafchloss
in Material and laking!
Strouie & 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 Shirts
in plain white and fancy cuff
attached or detached.
The most complete line in Furnishing Goods
embracing everything in Underwear, Hosiery'
Neckwear, Belts, Suspenders, Straw and
Panama Hats.
HERBERT CROOK, Manager.
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