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J u A A 'A A t 1 1 r r i n i 1 r i .n A A A A A A A A A A J J J J A A 1 T T "1 T -I T .1 - J A A A I .T 1 T : T 1 1 r i :i :i T 1 1 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 'A A n A J A A A IA A it A A 'J A A A A A I -1 1 1 (1 1 n n n n n n n n WJA'JAAAJJ J A AaaAa3a32JJaJa Special To Mothers! w ; want you bririr y.ar f: for th'-ir Summer Suils. the L'tVr V of fin Buster Brown Suits, Sailor Suits and Russian Blouses. Th-? I! yit V... Ma 'I h-;; 'V; Lav V.-z 1: Shirt Waist5 Y.,ur l.'if- ili : l. :- Jin Kv.-r.t!:n for i"fy. In M-i'- W-.r V- ;ir? -!i' it'll,..' "?!' !!'' ut . j''- in Worsteds, Homespuns and Clicvoits. Our Griffon Brand Mat. !;(!. M:k.-. Fiiii-ii .tri'l Th Ivj-i-ii to til': fi:i?-t ( ij-'o.-ii .M.i'I Vtuvwn. Th-Thi l';itt r.'i- for ' lU li:i-. Our Straw Hat, Negligee Shirt and Furnishings Departments an- tiii'-l w ih.! ijkst, an? th'? LOWKST. Hi' I our (iuO'l GUIS' Fliif, I he PalatlCa iNeWSibnjfttrbroitr.Mr.A. anil AHvprficr tity M.o4j fe&isar ' '. faobor. IX OEDIMME To Gruit V' ti. G-r &j!kB A mt t it j tJ to j-t .:' Lta. ' I Br C oriiEl It ta- Lstic ted ''Tj CuaU t4 it C ty &f fiocfcU "- j Continuation of the Groat Qiearing up Sale i V. F- Miy w uitl in h e4 THF. M;VS AM) ADVtRlI5EKitrKo.S UnhT muittrtwy ha higher circulalian rating' Ui 7Miy by m bietrcrwd of yooojr tbn wnrJcJ to any other I pof Je- who psii-fJ at ha home on rarer in Halatba. Printer's; Kumiu strrt that Tjir od as Idk. .N u!t 2"i, IVtl. j arlbimthjatirty-wereiibira." t T p.-H.jLf ftrrtr Aim f Amr-t r aExl Fiii lujity '!;!: y leant, ma tblr rti-ia-eofy sMtwr ci i t-i''jfisz?i xenrij(i t. Fd-ri grab ribs &f y & "WBj-ie? p.i! al rnorn oo h ftim-rj aafbonty to wt'.4 ai fs.-r Harry Irr lat niffbt It w a Bft of fiiy i :Ti:only. May Si. wisl b .f -fe rial icr-rt. The el-lrzafii will ri tht i f ort. 3-i L-ib fcrnwli 'do. 1 !-el-l. Thf lads rat ail t ; fc h-.t ca 6 L. th - bno? thj--r -Teoratiee sygr. i t1ik rf clr!ci4 c I lit JIllC U UIftJ. . - OF i ( i Git? Rirriaiagj aaJ M. r-r I u Ttti&j( fri-al in Mifi- ri"y Ta-liy. J. H. B,m'-r of FruitlnJ is ia t.i.i- ti'.y W-i(.Jy. i Sortli o! ' Tr to The great success of our Mill End and Factory Sale !i -:uJtu in thp minds of evenone. We purchased nlheaT on many lines in order to take what the mills fiSkad of certain lots, and we will continue to sell all these Wondenui Dargani m - Vrtrul,ul incAH nut. Parties desiring Wonderful Values fri-tl at N'rsiit this wrk. Kuz-t. WVIU of LlrIaod U : '..iir. a i- (Bwiui -! tti that Weiaka ia Mftparift? t: H'-rfrt 'rf.k ad Joton T. riffia J nct an ordisanee that viil kepf pnt VVJa'iiy at Fd-ral Point, j hftsw ofl th trts rf that ua. J Mr V.. W. firar i '--RJiri? th-! T!; rrtractr!l m-tin? hicb ha ; wK i Jar k- ;JI o a vbit t l-r i pr"5rr at t'-r tUi- jvat two Jamn M. t. church. I S. BROWH, E. E. Hak!l i-Dt the fori v p rj,.. ,hf. oo! drerUt t - Tliit u fiewsi fci'!ini i . . C Hofi Oflfl Pi ! T 111 CM 1 fl 0Q nf fill L'inl part to fl ,nVtmat of WJlaka. in rrvl kyy. 1- J jrt I JfY U00US, Iltll.va . "' , "'"UJ ! bond bibx. r,oirl o.in? tdah iriiiy utu:rw h iS"""' oH fflfl C?IV Vftll fA.. of wnyioal .u.Kiiaa. iir. Karr ? tba usoar.?. a m cisiB uwwtx i rirtlP tVrtfrv' liitV CI 1 1U T w vun i w t ntUllCV iruaarttbrtBaf ow timp vou come, every day new ieatures are H,..a,.iW..rf.he.r!Bg o,j Great piles of goods have disappeared, but new :. Jli-r1! t L r, tfiAir nlnrp. nil fit about 2 their VflliiA t . V-I.r f IT- n - ' MT1MS. ItirVVU ' " -7 - J m.mv. u Mr. H-t.rv S. il.a Mi!iKI ! ft T.-sw-rric bar fa fairly a " ,"TV' t fe LvJift VVntclub iM Monday I ,ni.n,;Ji anJ mtlcb ha rnaiu f f?4T. .f2?". "1 'f!? f- ?r,.r-,. Ui. Tbe pastor. Pt. E. J. fow. !f tr' teI 17 ! f :w a or, th. kaen at j Oray of Miauopy. j ( 6tre j ai, i iMyrona. p,. L R J yan win ,(,,. to s"rt: awl of.n tie fartarj l.'apf. H. V. Snow ss M yoon? I nut Snnday. at Fairfield. Marion i eoodlttoo tbat th aai4 Gmia goatben t ladv f rt-n'i a watr ;.arty ia-t Mo- j eoanty. but Uie poipit of the Pr-by- lacl rvrE-ia hailny erDpaty. it sac-j lav ait-rQoofi. triaa cboreb will b oeeupied by i or and a4f. 51l iaM tt4 1 Kv. J. W. Waddell. I. ft., of paTMaod ia axl oawJtioo. am wia.; Archer, who wiii preach both morn- i maittam ks trtcts oc icn a ! in; n1 venin7- Wiiile in the cif t ( will i&aitaia sfrb fATeaett in sKbi A. W. STRANGE & C b .-'l , ' rtv ! Archer, who will preach both morn-( mamtaia its tracts oc -i:n a cra aaa unwru l VlllP.int' at Ksihr. FU. ul Waddeil will' be tb'(raat of bU f aatr a wfcl frr it th- ire there- jjn. rrHrRS rowJ; Mm BarJ ;.d L-ter. Mi Sarah j eouio. Mrs. Beuet. at by tfc potfac: acd cjr.n the farther rJSaa?ifS rI fmii-M t Ba."J-r .Norwaili Were visitor lu le , . T eoli lir.! tnai sjh - i i,,u oar ianial cf,Vnj-. tft o m y iat naroraay. ". .in -f.. h i;.! 1 " ! cesfcors acl a;i:rir, ssau to ! wi:b or dii'.arb aey SJ?'er'5, i' f yeterlay. Street Kailway System will be pat to g- T aj. 0rflaacc or parte t:ie auuiii'JitM riiiruw: ui iiuiuhi a ;-:. tirie oeratof f iti?or hi In the erent that the Jim Croi i iret car bill Dow before the leiia-! !1 koown tur-i ture b-eoines law, Saptrintendent . . A, ...... v . . i - : . . . . , ti.w -.4 li . ; , . . .r - -. 'i IirsiKii-i : : r, f IliC lAIIHftB SIIU II" I." l- Respectfully yours, 0 421423 Lemsn Street, j Palatka, Florida, I ili'll lll'l I llllluilli . r Ll Jl'J wl:tsln u. 1ukU '.f ruaua, T.. it-:r p.p . w.eau ,,nf onr own i t-li J i. W. Lt.z. meat and pr';v -.:ei , ItJi " I .1... rii-e iu bis observation car to iotOrvilM.no in e&2kt with the 11-. .... .1 .. ii n,e ci - "'""J ( ltivoeatd by politician who love to Dr. A- M. St'-tn has ma ie oine -piay the race.'' ji iiiiproveuieuta to nis rfli- J'-r- L--t-.i street. re- The Yonnar Champion bass bail i I club accepted the cballenjre of the! Mr arid Mr-. Co wart and Mif paiatka Heiirht team whieu appr- Maud Priddv fi-turned to their home ed in thw paper last week, and Th. hilt i hein ? 'J- ' - Jii-5i in of-c Coie-U this 3Iay Kit A. !., RaU 6nlM or own f-Ed EV S. i. B"J rn IW"- f tAif o( lisu lrl- tran will I fH memt-r-s .... . w i- . ..li tA ,.-tti i .r.. ax the ar- pro- i , tr1w: uu, win ite lbt.Wr to 'i aii;pa lit naiiiidav. Mi I.uia MoofJy of Ocala. is here a viit to her "brother and iter, j Mr. ar,d M.-5. V. F. M-xiy. Ji.-e J. C. Vertreen has sone to Sjiuiii'er Haven to prepare r.U sum-ifi- r c'jttaze for wcupancy. K ,!ert I.. Xavi of Hawthoriie hag ac-epfed a fKition m trie u-pan- iiient xtorea of A. . ft:raiige & co. H. r"iiil y. Tueker spent two day in j Jacfcvin ille thw week on baninesa j connect-1 wif'i !.U jrrowiuz i.rt: n-uey. Tlit iiim.y frieiidi of l J. K?ero (kill lie pli-aVed to henr of hi cofival ; ir.ice f rosii a .vere attack of ty phoid felirr. i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mauil are ?oini? ! o occupy ttie new house now beiriji : made of the north wing of the ftev ' ereux revideiic. H.irry ViKi. formerly the ireneral d-iirv clerk in the Palatka pot- otliee. riow of St. Peterbur, i in ! Ui- city thin week. Howard Iioer of Jacksonville k j v. iii (.lay a violin im-Io at the evening ; -rvic " in St. Jame Methodist t church next Sunday. t.i Mini Naomi Kelly of Day tori a is t. i here on a vUit to her friend. Mm i N'riiie Stelt. il-T many Paiatka j friends are ijiad io welcome her. t! Mrs. 1. It. S elOi and two little t ; Waiter and Eimer. are upeitd J . iu a two week' viit in ftaytona j with the family of E. C. Kelly. r I M im Minnie !uky expect to leave r 1 next weeK lor Winier Park, at which P ! place she will attend the colinnerice r ! :in nt exercise at ii-jiini Cijllee. ! Mi-s Mabel HaHHett, president, (rave ! the executive coiiiinittee of the Vo- man Kortniahtly club a launch ride on the river yesterday afternoon. lr. If. C Welch, who U at Hot mafen atne a played in the W est Ed lat Saturday resultinsr in a vic tory for the Yoan? Champion by a core of 5 to 0. Battery for Cham pions. Calhoun, Petermann and Mc Donald; Palaka Height. SteiU and Clow. X. A. Kent who recently pnrcha- ed the V. M. illiam place at ; San Mateo. w a visitor in he city ! 'veiiterdav. Mr. Kent came from; Washburn county. Wisconsin, is au ! A. II STEEX. Attest : Pi-siint City CouDtil. J. X. BLACK WELL, Sa;i Cl-rk City Coarcil. Approved May 17. A rSIXA. Mavor. -ilu i. .i ihniiarlu tcX I J iVjrl i eetBBlaf. ttery xzm'r il' "wn im own , i ind-w1:h r4 U!l to ! ul 41p'ie of he nsrwlh. t r,i. ' win jirxiM lore TJaM cmpt T-'- o' Ua1ilMt.rtiKiT for tfc Ft,r' Se t:i lw ot- -Bil "or i-r ic-.i t-'t tt p.-tstti mailer eipUIMc u. Soutbern Colonizatiou Co., Paiatka. Fla. SHOES old soldier and was for over '6t year a I Forrtr. jo-. a. r- ISTHECrStnT XCfcT OP THE EliHTH I kf-- JLLI1I.1AI. lil V fL.'l.,a. - POli fCTSiM CoCMT-IS CKASCtltV. If at r A me Yaz 'A as.c1 I'.L' jwr. s!, -. Era Mrf'IrhsBjr.. OMrst Isvr. Mm. Sisl 1 Pi r ! r i r i r i r , L. ! r r r r r r r . u k t, r.Snriiis ui.dt-r zoini: treatment r : riieuuiatiftiil. is said to be greatly im. u provw). lie Will be alraeiit some k t weeks longer. k j The work of driving into the earth j the heavy cypress pilings which are k ; to ijrm the foundation of the new (j. k ' S. A V. d-:pot on tne river front wa t ! heuu on Monday. Clarence Meyer spent Thursday of iat week fithiiiK np the river. He returned before Huuduwn with a string oll'i lish that weighed a total of o pounds and there wasn't a cat in the bunch. On Saturday. June 3, the members of Pat ton Anderson chapter, I", ft. C will ive a "garden party" from 1 to lu o'clock p. in., at tne residence of Mrs. II. A. Gray. Admission cents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ft. Wattle re turned Wednesday evening from their wedding trip to Brunswick and Cumberland Island, tia., and have to house keeping in their pretty cottage on Oak street- It. E. N'eck ha been eh cted ma-ter-at arms of St. Johns So. 8, K. of P., to succeed A. M. Mclver, resign ed, while Ir. W. W. C. Wall and David Benbow have been elected to the ignitions of inner and outer guanis, respectively. Stuart Hyatt ha gone to Maine for the summer, leaving her on Mondav. Mr. Hyatt ha determin- r ei to study for the ministry and will 1 rake ordeis in tliu Episcopal church r. r r. X. H. Moragnu came up from .hicksouville to spend Sunday and Monday with hi people. Mr. 110 ragm: has been ernplnyed in the Jacksonville postoflico but ha re mgued to accept a better position wiih the Jacksonville electric street railway. The dance given by the Robt. Vv. Davis Ouards at the Armory last Friday evening wa a nocial a well a a financial Rucceti. The night was somewhat suluy. but that de tracted nothing from the tnjoyment of the young people. The Wilson Cypress company lii purchased of H. J. Hilburn of this city if.iXJMliO feet of standing cypress timber located on the shore of Lake Oeorge, in Volusia county. The consideration was tTl.HM. This tract w a purchased by Col. Hilburn last SeptemlM-r, and it Is said that be made tlo.uw by the deal ; ,'.. ! mail route agent between Ashland, i the rigors of a northern winter and says he will be happy at San Mateo, where he will plant a peach orchard and assist in booming the pretty place of bis adoption. Rev. A. L. Woodward has agreed to give a monthly preaching appoint ment at Pisgah church, near Ceutre ville. beginning on Sunday, May 21 Dinner will be prepared and served upon the grounds. Service at 11 o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m. Ail (tenons are cordially invited to at tend regardless of denomination preferences. Come early and engage iu the song service; and bring well filled 1 u u c b baskets. Taliaha.-e Capital. Thos. H. Keating of Goodall has purchased of the estate of Calvin Oiliis the three brick stores on Lem on r-treet now occupied by A. M. Mc lver, shoe; I. M. Meyer Co., cloth ing, and Keating's barroom. This property is among the most valuable id the city. Mr. Keating, though living at (Joodall, is still Interested in Paiatka, and hi large investment shows that he has faith in the future of the place. It is said that no change will be made. The consid eration is said to have been flU.Ouu. P.ev. Thos. P. Hay of the First Presbyterian church departed yester day for Fort Worth, Tex., where he will attend the meeting of -the Gen eral Assembly of the Presbyterian church, to which he is a commis sioner from the Presbytery of Su wannee. He expects to be absent about ten days. Friends wish him a pleasant visit. Provision ha been made for all Sunday services and prayer meeting at the church during the" absence of the pastor, hence there will be no interruption. Gainesville Sun. Fti- f.-r ta&te ol iU :at irA u,r V trl tyctioa f.f itir Itr-'TV-T arti-icS tbere-from. for k k ! i'n k completion of his studies. He ill return to Paiatka In the fail. MS IMS tenon, a&'l Allies A rj. ! Iefn4rjf, ni h.lri i ia ifcu-rtat. s Tc,tt issnsee rain ofi tL jjei:tk-s here in, aril 11 atis-anriff to Hie i'ort. ai In the ..ptnn.fi A lii 'irs- tlvat the valu A e-li K vv. Oiareof tbs le h-r : Uw ..t -l 'Wwl'slt'Si 4 m O.A tia4 THiEE Hl'.NWtKU lOL- LAii--. . . .. . ftalil alibi I'. Isii-zr 'lliftj iLlieTa"fr: t;as th-re arv two '.-r nfire L:rr a: taw rt M Inl-li?: and tht thru t ei heir at law are FEME OoVEKTi; ibat Vr. EVA MELLK HAMi", U a Bi rwt-ecl. ar-'l r- -I- :fl bi-i.n, jS-ula Carilua: tiwl Sir.-iE fOsItH, U mvn rM:.t. att'l ri'l e In A'".arilv e.ria: and Mrs. I a1.T a. PATTf.r.aoS. i a"a-r-iiftul, anJ tt In Aj,bi-i-. SKib Car't lUa: ail liiat OEuKOE LO: LA. 1 a ucio-risl- ami r-rtj'.- in Jt'.rt-'li, Iriula: Ills ltir5ipin .nilaft'ea and crwrel oy tii O.un. In: earh ..I a.J non-rili-QW. hail appar li-r- Iri m or tr-t'Tf me x-n vhj ot turns. & It. LUi. I" dr.ow 11 any i-r can. ASiiris uli sal.: it I further onli-ied l, at a-itlce.il tfti- jiellti n l- ri.rvi ally tt4 upon Uie al t Alt A- B il! T 'i10.E."prbat to app tier-in aji-1 -h.w cauM. 11 ixj UMrTcao. araiat ncrh hale: It u t.in ir oror-l ifaal th'. or-lr nnil SoTIcK : puhii-i,;i. in a new(.pr In Put nam Lant y, uitce a week 1 ,r lnur eifcutlrc viykft; The dfTliit'n il the Iaal4 fieUU-ined to be A& U a lriio AH ut an 'CSiitVIIiED OSE HALF ISTF.B-E-T" In iinfl to ibat tract ot lin'l in ill UJ "t Paatki, lnuam Cnunty. Pk.rtia, knuwn and iji-ntiii uii Ihn map lit said City, a tiegin uiiig M in SOkTHtAsT cxnirT of blXt l, arrd raonlfii; iiin..- .-OTTH. aionp wt .pie at JO'sSlKr.El, F:ETV Kf-l: Ili--e U'EaT, parallel wllii O.HASOK TKEEf. Wfc HIS fikfco tet Ineii' NOKTH, arailel wl b JoSi-Jl BTKEKT. FIFTS tnl, K. OKANOt srKl:ET; to al'.ng foflH i-Me of OK AMjK SIHEf.T. ONE Hl'KlKKi let. to ite nlnfi)ru. aiii foetiie a lul ! Un-1 In th NuKTH EAiT oirneriji LOT e, A all nLoi 'i I.;, In aid Cltr." onilt'iered anl irJemii to ibe Charnbera at STAUKfc, ILOHiA, nn May 1lb, !. J. 1. l I.IA For Good Insurance The Union Central Life Insurance Company Of CindntverLi, Ohio, Estnb&shed 1567. Assets. 1 $IXi.2WS9. Assets, liffj 13,syi.7.40. H. FINLEY TUCKER, General Agent. Room 2 Kennerly B'ld g, upstairs. Paiatka. Florida. I want Agent Good Money for hul!in? young men. See fce. tifiiiruitriftf.rfiii.rfUfirfiiriitiiiiiiui, New Shoe Store! The lieur irllOE D-'pirtmcut in our Store is filtal with Choice SHOErf for MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN. of AH GRADES, I And io Fit All Feel. JJ Ladies i'l li:id onr Shoe Departmetit exceptional iu " that it has h"-s such as they want:- We mak a sixcialty of Shoes for the Children. t Our "K s r Aii.g" and "Jacks.tn" Shoes for Men at f-i.-yi have a weariii? giiarante for SIX MONTHS. I Leo Jacobson's 5 Popular Dry Goods and Shoe House, Paiatka, Florida JllIIII213taSIIII911IXlllllUIIIIIllIllll h 1 V '7WHHMiiil HlivJIilWFV vnvwi A. Eckaige, a young man of fine appearance, was fined $15 and costs in the police court yesterday morn ing for disorderly conduct He had been caught prowling about the back yard of Anton Mallem's place on Lemon street after 12 o'clock at night, and wa discovered by Mrs. Saucer, Mallem's mother-in-law, who uttered the sereem which resulted in Eckarge's discovery and arrest. The reason iiven for his presence in this particular place at such an hour at night did not appeal to Judge Haskell as being reasonable. Mrs. M. M. Jackson, proprietress of White Springs, Fla., will deliver a lecture on tho subject of temner ance in this city at an early date. Mrs. Jackson ha for a long time worked with the W. C. T. V. ol Maryland and since coming to Flor ida has given valuable assistance in the local option campaigns of the state. Those who have enjoyed the pleasure of hearing Mrs. Jackson un hesitatingly pronounce her one of the finest lecturer that they have ever heard on this quetion. She will undoubtedly be giveu a good hearing jn Paiatka. David S. Tlngley, who has been In poor health lor some time, died at his home Tuesday evening. May 9 b of Bright disease. Mr Tingley was born in Newark, X. J.. April 3rd, 1M.V.. In 1X74 he came to Florida, lo cating in Paiatka. While there lie married MU I.ulu M. Boyd in 18p3. Mr. Tingley moved to San Mateo where they have made their home ever since. At one time he owned a large and valuable orange grove and was also iii the mercantile bui-iuess with 8. W. Rowley for a uumberof years. He wa a member of the Baptist church of Paiatka, where he had a great many friends. He leaves a wife, son aod an older brother, Mr. Will Tingley, of Ne wark, N. J. Funeral service were held at the house Thursday morning. Rev. Wm. Stone, of Paiatka, oflichv ting. San Mateo Item. No better time than NOW to sub scribe for the Newt; 1 yx,lM E. E. HASKELL, Attorney r'etittvni.-rw. Ju02 NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB Tax Deed Under Suction b of Chapter iivi. Laws of Florida. Notice lu tierehy giveu that Crescent Timber Co., purchaeer of Tax cestilieate So. S78, dated tne 4ih day of Xovember A D. lo35, haa filed said certificate in iuj office, and has made application for tax deed to issue in accoruauee with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property situated in Putnam county, Florida, to wit : Lots 5 and 6 section 22, township 12, range 2 s acre. T tie said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate In the name of C. J. McCaper. Un ices said certificate shall be redeem ed according to law, tax deed will is sue thereon on the lltth day of June, A. D . VMjS. Witness my officUl signature and seal this the 11th day of May, A. D. 1U05. Seal JOSEPH PKUE, Clerk Cireull ft. of Putnam Co., Fla. XOTI' E OP APPLICATION FOE Tax Deed Under Section b of Chaptei 4sv, Laws of Forida. Notice Is hereby given that Cn-scent Timb -r Co., purchaser or tax certificate No. dated the 1th day of June. A D ls'Jl, has filod said eertlDcate in tnv office, anil lias inae application for tax deed to iseue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property situated in Putnam county, Florida. Ut-wit: Iit II, section o, vownfcnip w, itange 2H 3i acres. The said land being assesseu at in date of the lssua ice of S'ich certificate in the name of W. H. Gasklns. Un less said certificate ehall be redeemed according to law, tax oee.1 win issue thereon od the 19? h day of June. A. D. Witness my official signatme ana seal this the 11th day of May. A D 1905. f ska T.1 JOSEPH PEICE, Cltrk Circuit Conrt Putnam Co Florida Our Opening Days I Were Gala Days in Millinery and our ' business was tremendous. But we still have beau tiful Creations in Mil linery and a magnified it stock of Notions. If you have not yet pick ed out your SUMMER HAT come and let us show you something appropriate. Miss Kate L. Lucas' Milliner) Parlors, . Prsi itka. Fla. X S S m i X I i Sunday School Excursion. Tomorrow will occur th Union Sundav school excursion of the Pret hvienan, Methodist, and Baptist etiorches to St. Augustine and South Beach. The children are making great preparation for a good time and evervbodv hope they will not be disappointed ia the weather for the dav. The train will leave Pa iatka at 7:l in the morning aud re turn at 7:) in the evening. Music, I Ice Cream, S Iced Drinks and I Solid Comfort ( j is the order at g ! Dave Parti n's g Ice Cream Parlors, fe (Xext to A. W. Strange Co. ) i 1 Piano music by expert g players on I uesday and bat- m 9 urday eveninrs. Come and g enjoy yourself aud try our t p Haple Walnut Cream, i i Fruit Juices, and i p Cocoa Shake. m I D. A. Part in, : y 0 1 u n 1T3 1 u Watching Your Watch to s-e how f;ir wrong it is miht be a confidence losing si rt of pastime, but if your WATCH has ever kept accurate time I am pretty sure I can niaki- it k---j) accurate time again. Of course the iiei-ded repairs will depend upon how much you have neglected ymir watch, but tha cost will not be too high. WE SELL GOOD WATCHES and make a specialty of Watches for Railroad M?!). Oar stick of Fine Jewelry ,Cnt Glass and all sorts of pretty Novelties suitable for Wedding and other Gifts is comprehensive. W. S. FRY, Tlie Leading Jeweler. Paiatka, Florida w I i. Dangers of Defective Plumbing. Defective plumbing prmiti the entrance into the house of sewer gas bearing germs ot contagious diseases to which the human sys tem readily succumbs. Sewer gas is not necessarily generated in the sewer, but is frequently created in the plumb ing system within the home and enters the apartments through defective fixtures. If in doubt, consult us regarding the piping and replacing defective fixtures with tatHlxnT Porcelain Enameled Ware acknowledged as the best sanitary equipment. J. D. POINTS tSc COMPANY . iM f House urnishing Is Our Business High School Commencement. The annual graduating exercises of the Putnam High and Gradid school will take place next Fridav May 26. The graded school exer cise wiil be held during the day in the various rooms, and all natrons of the school are cordially invited to attend. The High school graduating exercise will take place at the opera house the same evening, when an ad dree will be delivered by Rev Dr Blackman, president ot Rollins co'l lege, Wiuter Park. i- and we are prepared ti do it properly and J to your taste iu every detail. By the way. j How about Hammocks? Let ns show you a i comfortable one for your porch. I reity utui rieces ot umiture suitable for exldinf? uni. Capt. lil, R: RYABI, Paiatka, Fla $3oo Douglass Shoes Now $2.49 At John T. Bond's. MlRSALK A gas rancre all in good order snd nearlv new 112, also a monkey and a parrot for sale. In quire Mrs. W. M. Powell, Paiatka, Ha. WAXTED Two or three furrjsh- ui uiiiurnisnea rooms, for iiouseseeping, no children Box 137, Paiatka. light Address DrH.E. DOUGLASS, Osteopathic Physician, Office at Reel (I en oe Corner 5th and Orange 6ts. All Curable Diseases successfully tne e.1 without drug. Chronlo cs w pecially solicited. $3.50 Douglass Shoe flow 52.98 At John T. Bond's.