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NEW SERIES VOL. XIII, NO. 20.
PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1905.
1. Per Year.
For Sale-Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIIin.
Our Spring and Summer Clothing is unpacked and piled
high , upon the tables. These Suits represent all that is
BEST in Material, Cut, Workmanship and Fit.
The patterns are the same that you would get from the
highest grade custom tailor and just as exclusive. The only
difference is found in the Price and that is in favor of our
Elegant KIRSCHBAUfl SUITS.
In our selections of Neckwear, Shirts, and other Mens
. Furnishings we simply aimed for the best and hit the mark. "
They are here. They are nowhere else in the city.
In Spring and Summer Hats we have what is best as to
style and comfortable wearing qualities. '
Shoes of all the best makes, and in all the exclusive
shapes Such as the Hannan & Son, Burt & Packard, Ral
ston Health Shoe and VV. L. Douglass, can only be found at.
our big store.
Come in and let us show you a thing or two concerning
proper wearables for spring and summer, together with the
proper price Come Now !
Fearnside Clothing Company,
Palatka, Florida.
C. J. s
I have bought the P. Keener Jewelry Stock. It is at present broken,
but contains many rare bargains which will be closed out for cash 20 per
cent lower than bankrupt prices. I am in New York this week looking
for novelties in
Jewelry. Bric-a-Brass and Other Desirable Goods.
They will soon be on display. Watch for them. -
C. J. SlTITH, Jeweler,
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Palatka, Florida.
IS THE TIME TO GET SOME
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Herbert
The City Council.
The regular mooting of the city
council on Tuesday night did some
new business.
It inado IS. F. Hagan Sanitary In
spector to serve till October 1st with;
out prejudice to his position as a po
liceman, lie is biuiply a policeman
detailed for sanitary work.
The city clerk was authorized to is
sue burial permits, Mayor Usiua
having refused to issue I hem on
the ground that It was no part of the
mayor's duty.
A. S. Willard voiced the kick" of
all residents on Main street when he
appeared before tins council and
made complaint that the. railway
company was using that street as a
yard for storing cars. Hn ui'Roii the
council to take some action. Oily
Attorney Hilburn, w ho was present,
said he had taken the matter up with
the railway company, making de
mands that it cease to use t he streets
in the murmur complained of. Then
the council requested the city attor
ney to prepare an ordinance that
would correct tho nuisance.
N. S Collins was employed to aud
it tire hooks of the city collector and
treasurer, and his pay for the work
was fixed ut $200.
An ordinance "to prescribe the
fire limits arid provide lor fire protec
tion iir the City of Palatka'' was read
for information and referred to the
ordinance committee.
An ordinance granting certain
privileges to Postnl-Telegraph-Cablo
colnpany was read for information
and also referred.
An ordinance granting the G. S. &
F. H'y. Co. a franchise and right of
way for its track along; a, portion of
Laurel street and to operate its trains
! and cars thereon as a main litre,
which was read for the first time at
last meeting was planed upon its sec
ond reading and passed by a unani
mous vote. The, ordinance appears
in full iir this paper.
Walter-Thomas sent a communi
cation complaining against the stor
age of loud smelling fertilizer by the
W. A. Merrydny Co. and his com
munication was referred to the sani
tary committee.
The street committee was author
ized to make a lill on itronson street
at a cost not to exceed ifoO.
Eminent Reformer to Speak.
Hon. Christopher Matheson, the
brilliant reformer and eloquent ad
vocate of Gainesville, will deliver an
address otr temperance at tire Metho
dist church next Wednesday, May
2lth, at 7:.'!0 p. m. Tho address is to
be iir the interests of the coming local
option election.
Mr. Matheson is one of the state's
most gitted orators. He took a lead
ing part iir the recent wet arrd dry1
campaign in Alachua county, and in
his address here will speak of the ex
perience of his own county under
the dry side. All who desire to give
this question candid, consideration
would do-well to hear Mr. Matheson
on this occasion, and the committee
in charge of tire campaign' cordially
Invite nil to be present.
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Mrs. R. O. Burton, Dead.
Mrs.U O. Burton of Crescent City,
wife of the well-known purser of the
steamer Crescent, died at her home
yesterday noon at 12:2(1 p. in., after
an illness of two weeks, during most
of which time her condition was con
sidered most critical
Mrs. Burton was formerly Miss At
kins and a niece of the late Dr. J. H.
Harrison. She was active in the
Episcopal church aird the V. I. A.,
or Woman's club, at Crescent City,
and a force in the social life of the
place. Her home life was ideal and
her death is a sad blow to her devot
ed husband, and little children, of
whom there are four.
All members of the family were
present at the time of her death.
Her sister, Mrs. 1). N. Gautier of
Fitziri raid, Ga. arrived on Tuesday
and wi's also present Another sis
ter, Miss Floretge Atkins, arrived
from Savannah but a few moments
after her sister's death.
The funeral will occur this morn
hip. Honored by Masony.
Judge E. E. Haskell of this city
has received almost unprecedented
honors at the hands of the various
branches of Masonry in this state.
At the meeting of the Grand Chap
ter, Royal Arch Masons of Florida,
iir Jacksonville last week, he was
presented, along with other living
Grand Higli Priests, with a beauti
ful Grand High Priest's Jewel.
Judge Jlaskell filled the ollice of
Grand IUglr Priest in 1900. In 189!)
he was Grand Commander of the
Knights Templar of Florida and as
such has the Grand Commander's
jewel. '
Judge Haskell is the present Depu
ty Grand Master of the F. & A M.
of Florida, and according to tire cus
tom of that order is in line of promo
tion next year to the Grarrd Master
tershrp. After he has filled this lat
ter oflice Judge Haskell will fill a
unique position in the history of Ma
sonry in Florida in that he will have
had the highest honors bestowed
upon him of any Masorr in the state.
Help Wanted. I
The Griming Bros., nurserymen at
Jacksonville, Maiilenny and Miami
are advertising on tho inside page of
this paper for 100 experienced fruit
packers and 200 pickers and field
helpers.. The GrifHng's have 700
acres now planted in peaches and
ace preparing to plant 200 acres
more. They are also large growers
of cantaloupes. The help is wanted
to gather these crops.
Whooping l ouqh.
"In the spring of 1901 ray children had
whoopir.g cough," says Mrs. D. W.
Capps, of Cupps, Ala. "I used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy with the most
satisfactory results. I think this is the
best remedy I have ever sem for whoop
ing oough." This remedy keeps the
cough loose, lessens the 'severity and
frequency of the coughing spells and
counteracts any tendency toward pneu
monia. For sale by Ackermau &
Stewart.
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STATE NEWS IN TABLOID
Monticello is to have an electric
light and power plant with a capi
tal of 10,000.
Capt Thomas Perry in command
of the Pensacola Navy Yard will be
retired with tho rank of rear
admiral. J. F. Sherwood of IJve Oak has
sued tile Taylor County Herald at
Perry for libel claiming $10,000
damages.
Rev.' A. Lichtensteln, a Christian
Hebrew from St. Ijouis, preached in
the Baptist church, Jacksonville,
last Sunday.
Dade City has made the first ship
ment of peaches. The shipment
went forward last Saturday from the
orchard of Mr. Soar.
Bartow has been having several
cases of typhoid fever, and many
students at" the military school iiave
remained away in consequence.
Hon. D. U. Fletcher of Jackson
ville will deliver the commencement
day address at the State Normal
school DeFuniak Springs next Tues
day, The principle merchants of St. Au
gustine have agreed otr a Thursday
half holiday for tho summer, and
will close their stores every Thurs
day noon until September 28.
Hon. John R. Herndon dropped
dead of apoplexy at his hnme in
Maccleiiny, Baker Co., on Tuesday.
He was an ex-represerrtative in leg
islature, and had filled the offices of
county judge and tax collector.
Rev. E. Lyman Hood, paslorof tho
Union Congregational Church at
Jacksonville, has tendered his resig
nation, to accept the presidency of
tire Atlanta Theological Seminary.
He leaves October 1st.
Albert Sanford of Yelvington has
been held in f'jOO bail to await action
of the next United States court grand
ti,,.,r fiiv endimr indecent, OOstltl
cards to his mother-in-law who lives
at Ojus, Fia.
The Diocesian Council or the Pro-
foufflnl- F.niuermnl p.lllire.h. ill Session
at, St. Augustine last week, pronourrc-
. .i .;., ..t l,fan I,. 1 1 1 mi
Sunday. The council did not care to
go on record as opposing the playing
by amateurs on that day.
The legislative committee appoint
ed to inspect the state convict camps
had this irr its report: "We find all
tiro camps and prisoners in as good
condition as circumstances will al
low, with tire exceptiorr of Messrs.
Varn Bros , in Escambia county,
where we find that in our opinion
tho prisoners are mistreated, and
their health is poor. In nearly all
cases, if not all, we find their feet
a,,..,!!.:.,! and In KOOle ejiSeS SO blidiV
swollen that they could not wear
shoes, and we recommend mni iue
state inspector look into the matter.
We find Hie eating department irr
had condition, and recommend that
the state inspector investigate.
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The Mansfield Sale.
Tire auction sale of town lots at
Mansfield yesterday was interrupted
by a Deputy U. B Marshal, who
served notice that title to the land
was in dispute. It seems D. S.
Thompson of Boston and Palatka
claims a one-fourth interest in an
ancient tax title,
Mr. Pritchard of tho Mansfield
company claims It is a "hold up,"
that Thompson's claim is not valid, -but
this will bo determined by the
courts. The crowd at the auction
was not large arrd no attempt was
made to sell after the notice was
served. Tho notice was not an in
junction. Mrs. Goo. Parrott, the aged mother
of Hon. J. R. Parrott of Jacksonville,
died at her borne in Oxford. Me., last
Sunday. Mr. Parrott, who had but
just returned from a visit to his
mother, left on receipt of the news to
attend the funeral.
Harry Romford of Tampa who
shot Cpt C. F. Park, has been ..re
leased on a 2,0o0 bond. Capt. Park's
wound is healing and he is said to ho
out of danger. Romford was too in
timate with Mrs. Park, arrd tho cap
tnin discovered thorn together in his
own house some two weeks ago
then there was some shooting.
Cured His Mothkbof Rheumatism,
Mv mother has been a sufferer for
many years with rheumatism," says W.
H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At times
she was unable to move at all, while at
all times walking was painful. I pre
sented her with a bottle of Chamber
Main's Pain Balm i;nd after a few appli
cations she decided It was tho most
wonderful pain reliever she had ever
tried, in fact, she is never without It
now and Is at all tltres able to walk. An
occasional application of Pain Ralm
keeps away the pain that Bhe was for
merly troubled with." For sale by Ack
erman & Stewart.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
488 Laws of Flori 1a.
' Notice Is hereby given that Henry
Strunss, purchaser of tax certlllcate
No. 1033, dated the 4th day of July,
A. D., 1898, has (lied said certificate In
my office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces tlie following
described property situated in Putnam
county, Florida, to wit:
Adjoining I'elhain Park, book 20, p.
22 8.0C acres. Lot 9 Valentine Hur 5
acres, section 39, township 13, range 26.
Suld land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in the
name of Michael 0. Conner. Unless
said certificate shallte redeemed accord
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 24th day of June, A. D., 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 18th day of May, A. D. 1905.
Seal JOSEPH PRICE,
Clk Circuit Ct Putnam county, Florida.
' If you want to get your moneys
worth; and see a good COUD knock
out, use Peek's Pine Tar Syrup
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