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Looking after the needs of the youngsters is one of our specialties. a are the In Men's Wear We are showing Elegant Suits in Serges, Worsteds, Homespuns and Chevoits. Our Griffon Brand Suits are celebrated the country over for Excellence 01 Material, Make, Finish and Fit. They are in all respects Equal to the finest Custom Made Garment. The Patterns for This Spring and Summer are especially Hue. Our Straw Hat, Negligee Shirt and Furnishings Departments are fdled with the BEST, and our Trices on all Goods LOWEST. del' Finite, LI. S. BROWN, Ti n pi P! r. u L Li L. Lj Li L r, r, r ri pi Pi pi Pi r, n pi E r. Pi Pj L L L. L Li k! Li kJ ti L L. Li y Li Li L Li Li ti it! Li L Li L L! L' Li L: Li Li L Pi Pi PI PI Pi Pi Pi P! i. L L L. L L L L L L Li Li L Li L. L. L. fi Pi 15 Pi Pi Pi Pi P P P, Pi Pi Pi P. Pi Pi Li Li Li Li L. k Li k Li Li Li k k L k k r n n p. Pi E Pi Pi Li k Li L k k Li Li L Li k Li k L! k L k Li k k Li k k Li Pi Pi Pi Pi PI P PI Pi a LI k Li Li D Li k k ti r r n pi pi p. Pi PI Pi Pi Pi Pi PI Pi Pi PI Pi Pi n n pi pi n The Palatka News and Advertiser j City fiappenittgs and Personal Mention. I mjaaaaaacaaaaaaaasaaaaasa Miss Maggie Coleman returned on Monday from a visit to St. Augus ti in;. Miss Kiltie Owen of Sittsumu Higlits spent Sunday in tlio city with fiinnds. Mis. Jas. H. Uoza and littlu daugh ter, Maggie, have gone for a visit to Georgia. Master Frank Weller and Miss Jennie Weller are visiting their aunt at Live Oak. Dr. E. W. Warren of Crescent City was a visitor iu the city for a short time today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kupperbusch left last Monday morning lor a visit in the north. Miss Myrtle Conrad of Ulenwood is here on a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Edward Uerber. Thomas Ringluim came up from Stanford Sunday and spent the Fourth with home folk. The family of Mr. Van Lauiuglmu has move into the Keating residence on JCirby street. Mrs. H. It. McDonald left last Sat urday for an extended visit with relatives in Ohio. Win. Cannon of Miami spent the Fourth in the city with his brother-in-law, Chief Hagan. Miss Minnie Itovd, who has been seriously ill for the past four weeks, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood and son of lieLand have been here visiting relatives the past week. Justice J. I. Wiinberly of lnter Ineheu was a visitor iu the city the early part of the week. E. Geary of Tampa has been iu the city the past ten days recuperating from an attack of fever. Miss Irene Gardner left for Cincin nati last Monday where she will re main some six mouths. Mr and Mrs. S. C. Warner of East Palatka have gone to Chautauqua, N. V. for the summer. S. E. TimmoiiB one of the more pioiiiinet men of the county was in from Graudin last Monday. Mrs. Palmer of Lake Conio, accom panied by her son and daughter, spent the Fourth in Palatka. Mrs. Jennie H. Weller left this week for Urevard, N. C, where she will visit her son, Horace Weller. Mrs. S. H. liass has moved into her own home on Third street, until recently occupied by T. 11. Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney of Flora home wen; in the city this week eu route to Quiney, Mich., for the sum mer. Mrs. Alice Bonis and the little Yelvington children left on Monday for Hampton for an outing of several weeks. Miss Oua Pond left Monday for Fernandiua, where she will be the guest for several weeks of Miss Sallie Powell. Oscar J. Kmp, foreman composing room of the Industrial Record, Jack sonville, was a visitor in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Polinger and daughter, Mrs. Raymond Jtam sauer, are occupying the residence of Dr. H. C. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Win. G. Tilghman and little son, William, left last Sat urday morning for an extended visit to relatives in Maryland. Mrs. H. A. Gray returned last Sat urday from a visit with her sons iu Jacksonville. She was accompanied by her grandson, Osbourn Gray. Miss Keating of Washington, D. C, Miss ltosa Coxe and little Miss Mar garet Willard attended the Fourth of July picnic at Crescent City. Mrs. Ella Grooms left Wednesday morning for Saluda, X. C, where she will spend the summer. Later she will be joined by her sister, Mrs. Geo. Weller of St. Petersburg. . Parents are invited to send their children to the meeting of the Loyal Temperance Legion at the Metho dist church next Wednesday after noon, July 12th, at ;-t:i(0. The members of the State Hoard of Control were guests at the Saratoga hotel last Friday night, en route to St. Augustine to visit the state asy lum for the deaf, dumb and blind. X. A. Fleming of Seabreeze spent a few days in Palatka the past week paying his respects to old friends. Mr. Fleming was the contractor who had charge of the Clarendon Inn im provements last year. Mrs. H. A. Davis and children left Saturday for Daytona Peach where they joined Mrs. Lanning. Mrs. Davis returned home Wednesday, while the children will remain for some weeks yet with their grand mother at the sea shore. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. K. G. Puckley of Chicago are in the city. Dr. Huckley says he is in Florida to lo cate a few families who want to en gage in trucking. He couldn't find a better place than the environs of Palatka. Miss Minnie liuky visited Pomona several days this week and was the guest of her friend. Miss Emma Olmstead. On the Fourth the young ladies visited Crescent City and re mained over for the dance that even ing, being the guests of Miss -May Hutchinson. Dr. H. C. Prannen, who formerly conducted a drugstore iu this city but for the past two years engaged in a similiar business at Seabieeze, was a business visitor in the city on Tuesday. Dr. liranneu has sold out his business at Seabreeze and it is quit-a likely that he w ill again locate in Palatka. Edward Derby hassevered his con nection with the Wilson Cypress company, and left on Monday for Alton, Via., where he will take charge of a large sawmill plant re cently installed at that place. Mrs. Derby will visit her old home iu Washington, D. C, for several weeks before joining her husband and ex pects to leave about August 1st Mr. and Mrs. Derby have a host of friends here who regret to see them leave, but all wish them much pros perity in their new home. E. W. Clark Passes Away. Deputy Sheriff E. V. Clark died at his home in San Mateo Wednes day morning after a lingering illness during which there was a steady de cline. His death was not unex pected. TJie funeral occurred from tiie house yesterday noon and was at tended by all his neighbors and friends iu San Mateo as well as many from this city, including many court house olllcials. The Masonic lodge of this city, of which Mr. Clark was a member, also attended in a body. ltev. Francis H. Richey of St. Marks Episcopal church conducted the services, The body was shipped to Bridgeport, Conn., for interment. E. W. Clark was a generous heart ed and companionable man. The world is better for his having lived in it. Pie made friends and held them and he counted it a pleasure to do them a kindness. He Is survived only by his wife. Arrested For Forgery. Thog. W. Williams, for the past five or six months a resident of In- terlaclien. was arrested by Sheriff Howell lust Monday to answer to the charge of forgery, on three counts. The forgeries were commit ted in Tennessee and olllcials from that state came here for the prisoner, whom Sherilf Howell immediately turned over to them. Williams is a man about sixty years of age. He came to Tnterla clien some six months ago. He is a Federal pensioner. On JuuefSth he secured a license from Judge Coxe to marry Bertha G. Xewcomb, a girl of 17, living at Iuterlachen. They have been married about three weeks and had barely reached the yum-yum stage in the "honeycomb" when the arrest came like a thief in the night and hole the aged lover oil to a foul and vulgar prison. The aged forger is a line specimen physically and presents a fairly well groomed appearance. He writes a line hand. It is also alleged that he lias a wife and three or four chil dren living in Tennessee, making him a bigamist as well as a forger. A Quiet Fourth. The Fourth of July in Palatka was., not generally celebrated in so far as a pre-airanee'l program was con cerned; howevt r every one seemed to be enjoying the day in their own quiet-way bv taking a rest from the usual business cares. The postoliloo. banks, and a number of stores were closed all day, while many only gave half holiday. The small hoy, of course, had his inning with fire crackers and other noise producers they started iu at daylight and quit late at night. Probably the leading and most en joyable feature of the day was the firemen's banquet given at noon in the store room under the opera house where a splendid spread was arrang ed and served to all comers. The dinner was a big one, as was also the crowd that partook of it. Capt. E. Noble Calhoun was the toastmuster, and his remarks were appropriate to the occasion. The llrenieu also served supper at (i o'clock, which was as thoroughly enjoyed as the preceding meal. There was some disappointment occasioned by the failure of the Fer nandiua base ball club to keep lis appointment to play in this city on the afternoon of the Fourth. Put a substitute was secured in the St. Augustine team, which arrived here at noon. The game started at 2:15 and only two innings were played when rain interfered and s'topped the play. The score then stood 3 to 1 in favor of Palatka. Throe more in nings were played after this, but the the grounds were wet and slippery and neither team could do its best, so the game was called at 4 o'clock, the home team winning by a score of 4 to 2. Good order prevailed iu all parts of the city, and while there was more or less tippling, no disturbances of a serious nature occurred. Prof. I. 1. Himes of this city has been appointed professor of rhetoric, literature, composition and aritli matie at the Florida State Summer Normal school, which w ill be opened next Monday. , mi ijwmn!uj.filif"lli"ii h : in. ry ' I i fiMini J HnrnmJ We will close out our Shoa Department. Dress Goods Department. Every Pair SI BO SHOES will go at white Lawn, worth 12 c, will go at 8c 2 00 " " ! 'St Dotted Swiss, worth 2oe 15c , .) " " ...... 1 w ' o ;' 2 -17 Mercerized Madras, worth 40c 25c ?, , 2 118 .. . nit Uim in Urecian Voiles, worth 25c 13c The King Quality Man's ftJ.0 Shoe in Patent Colt, Russia and Vici KM,t A. F. C. Dress Gingham, worth 12c a Pair. All Straw Hats Corset Department. at and BELOW COST. AU new goods and new Ameriu.ln Beauty, wortli 1.00, at H2a 260 Hats for.. $2 00 Hats for ... $1 38 American Beauty, worth 60 and 75c, at. ...41c tr,(l Hats for.... lc: $1 (m Hats for. ... .oc. 50c Hats for -" All floods marked in Flam Mgures selections. These Goods will be sold at once Come early to make your 1 Watching Your Watch I i M Quite a Victory. States Attorney Calhoun of this city was called to Jacksonville last week to prosecute the case of the State vs. Edward Alvarez, who will return to the penitentiary for life, unless the decision of Judge Call is overruled by the Supreme Court. Alvarez was sentenced in 18!)i) to the penitentiary for life on being convicted of murder. He was given a conditional pardon in l'JOI and for a year or moro has been a froe man too free. Alvarez lived at Starke and since his pardon has been guilty of wrong doing, thus violating the conditions of his pardon. He was placed under arrest by the sherilf of Bradford Co. and the pardoning board decided that as he had violated the conditions of his pardon he must return to the peni tentiary. Alvarez sued out a writ of habeus corpus and this was heard be fore Judge Call in Jacksonville last week. The case of the pardoning board was argued by Hon. Ii. P. Calhoun of this city and the case was decid ed by the return of Alvarez to (he penitentiary. Leading attorneys in Jacksonville, held that Alvarez' pardon would hold and that there could be no such thing as a conditional pardon. Mr. Calhoun, however, showed by pre cideut that it was properly within the province of the pardoning power to attacli conditions. And a citation from Blackstone was given in sup port of that view, which the court took, in spite of the adverse opinions of counsel for Alvarez and a great array of legal talent. Taxes Go Upward. The board df county commission ers completed its July meet ing Thursday morning by making the levy for the 1005 county taxes. This levy is 13 mills, or four mills more than tlie last year. Iu making this levy the commis sioners had to take into considera tion the loss of the convict fund, raise a fund to meet the annual pay ment in the recently acquired Ivers property, and anticipate the cost of a wet and dry election sure soon to come, as well as the loss of the liquor license in case the county goes "dry," which the comniissfcners to a man predict will be the result. It is not yet known what the state levy will be. It was live mills last year and will, as a result of the "business administration" of Gov. Jenning, probably be forced to seven or eight mills for 1005. The board met on Monday to equal ize the tax books. The members worked all that day and up to noon on the Fourth. Ou Wednesday much of the time was taken up over the "wet and dry" petition, which was not presented. The usual routine business was transacted, but there was nothing in that of general interest. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Tax Peed Under Section S of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. Notice is hereby given that Kelley fc Co., purchaser of tux certificate No. 452, (fated the 2ml day of July, A D 15)00, has filed said certificate In my office, and haB made application for tax deed to Issue In accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following doscrihed property situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wit : NJ of net an(l nol 01 nwJ. Boction 17, township 10, ltange 25120 acres. The said land being asscssod at the date of tho Issuance of such certificate In the name of Fla. So Jtailroad. Un less said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 24th day of July, A. D, l'JOB. Witness my official signature and seal this the 14th day of June. A V 1!05. seal JOSEPH P1U0E, Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co., Florida. THE-KING OF ALL KISER'SKIP LI v jar t, naif popular Qfi leathers Y$ and up to da (0 ltl i For Sale By LEO JAGOBSON, Popular Dry Goods and Shoe House Palatka, Fla to see how far wrong it is might be a confidence . losing sort of pastime, but if 3'our WATCH has ever kept accurate time I am pretty sure I can make it keep accurate time again. Of course the needed repairs will depend upon how much you have neglected your watch, but tha 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 Glass and all sorts of pretty Novelties suitable for Wedding and other Gilts is comprehensive,, W. S. FRY, Tlie Leading Jeweler. Palatka, Florida The next regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be at the Methodist church, next Thursday evening at 7:i0. The meeting will be for "fath ers and mothers" and the public is cordially invited. Interesting talks will be made on the "Home and Sftloou." Miss Lucile Jones, who won a gold medal in elocut.iau last year, will recite at this meeting. W. K. Carraway, 'formerly a prom inent naval stores operator of this eountv. well-known in 1'alatka, and whose business was at Carraway, 10 miles west of this city on the O. s. & F. It'v. Is dead. Mr. Carraway died Wednesday night Bt 9 o'clock of typhoid fever at his Home in mack.-, shear, Oa. He had been ill several weeks and his death was not unexpected. Low Rates FOH Special Occasions VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Two Trains Daily East. Leave Jacksonville i) :10 am, 7 : $24.85 $32.50 b'o p and 1 $32.80 Baltimore, Md. tun. Tickets on sale July 1, 2, 3. 4. limited July 15. Can be extend ed to August. 31, 11105. Stop overs at Washingt'u Asbury Park. N. J., and return via New York, with stop-overs at Wash ington, Baltimore, Phila delphia and New York. Tickets on sa'e June 2K, 30, July 1, either via New York or direct, lim ited July 10 (Jan be ex tended to Aug. 31, 1!)(J5. lluffalo, N. Y., and re turn. Tickets on sale JuH-8, 9, 10, limited July 15. Extension by deposit to August 4, 1905. Stor overs at Washington, Ualtlmore and Philadel phia going and returning 3 M jig mEMsmmmmm L For uood Insurance The Union Central Life Insurance Company Of Cincinnati, Ohio, Established lob 7. Assets, 1880 IH!S.2!W.W). Assets, l!)or. $13,Kill ,738.40. H. FINLEY TUCKER, General Agent. Koom 2 Kennerly li'ld'g, up stairs. I'alatka, Florida. 1 want AirtMits. Uood M01 lor hustling youn muii, Sw; nu: Two JVSS Daily West. Leave Jacksonville 7:45 p m, 7:55 p m $20.40 Louisville, Ky., and re turn. Tickets on sale July 29, 30, limited Aug. 10. 1905. Kuoxvllle, Tenn., and re turn. Tlckots on sale July 1, 8, 9, 15, 19o5, limited 15 days. Exten sion by deposit until Sep. 30, 1905.- Nashvllle, Tenn., and r turn. Tickets on sa 21. July 2, 3 , 4, 1905, limited 15 days. Exten sion by deposit until Sept. 30, 19l)5. Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. Sleeping car reservations and detailed Information cheerfully furnished upon application. Passenger olllce 108 West Bay Street, Telephone 743. J. C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt.. Jacksonville, Fla, $16.65 $l6.25 TUCKER'S Up-to-Date Ice Cream Parlors, (Successor to 1). A. Pari in 1 Music, Ice Cream, I Iced Drinks and Solid Comfort mmm UM-mmrn 1111 You Can Become An Army or Navy Officer If you are ti persevering, moral young man, between the ages of 17 and H5 years, pusseging a good common school education ami" passing the necessary physical examination. Further particulars for four cents in stamps, by uddressing, H. PHILLIPS, Louisville, Ky. -I-I.I.MjI.i.&iaii Piano music by expert players ou Tuesday and Sat urday evenings. Come and enjoy yourself and try our Haple Walnut Cream, 5 Fruit Juices, and ( Cocoa Shake. House Furnishing Is Our Business 9 and we nre prepared to do it properly and to your taste in every xletail. Jiy the way. How about Hammocks'.' Let us show you a comfortable one for your porch.' -Pretty Odd Pieces ot Furniture suitable for Wedding Gifts. 3 Capt. 11, R. RYAN. Palatka, Fla j TUCKER, Caterer, Next to A. W. Strange & Co. M Hi: ;; m M.-3H Medical Department. Tulane University of Louisiana. Ita advantttfrcR for practical tiiHtrnctli.n, both in ample lulu oratorios and abundant hospital niHlfiiuls ar uno'iualltMl. Kre access Is given to the Kreat Charity Hospital with Wo wpdsand :io,tKi patlontH annually. Hpoulal instruction in triven duily at the btxlxldo of the sir It. The next section ttftlns October l'.th, llmfi. Vor catalogue nud luformation, addresn Prof. S. E. CHAILLE, M. D Dean, P.O. Drawer Now Orleans, La. Young 'S female uoiicKC, I nomasviiie, ua OrFKKH FI LL COURSES FOR A. B., B. 8. A B. L. DKGRKK8. Physical Culture, Klucutiou nml Music, Our SiecittlMex. $15,000 Bpent tliis year iu building and equipment. Steam Heat, Electric Lights, OyninaNiuni, Swimming- Pool, Uood Fare. Cli mate Unsurpassed. Strong faculty of 10 Experienced Teachers. Expense $2UU. Limited Number of Free Scholarships Z Available. J Session ofns Sept 3titb, 1. For Free Catalogue Addrvk $ I. COCHRANE HUNT, I'rcsiUeiit. I Rheumatism Cured Free Aftor years of txnpriinuntiii wa lmiro t-i nactp. which q wl en applied to any portion ot the body, suffering from rheumatism, will immediately relieve and eventually cure the most persistent case t, u roeumutism. J I you are a sulferer, and among the first to answer 1 this announeeinent. Ti-n nill sbi.,1 k u n . hv nf this q wonderful oil, all that is asked in return, is the privilege of 'referring t to you ( when cured i iu eorresnnnilino. mif h r,r,.u,Huo nnatomors in No Testimonials Solicited. ?j All Unit ig required is your name, address 'and full particulars r, T regarding your case, accompanied bv this offer. " p ASSOCIATED DRUG STORES,? A Palatka News. LOUISVILLE, KY. B No Names Published. NOTICE OF Al'l'LIOATION FOH Tux Beed Under Section 8 of Chapter 4SH8 Laws of Flori la. Notice Is hereby given that Kelley No. 8-M., dated the 4th (iy of November A. D., 18H5, has tiled said ewrtlricato in my ofllee, and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. bald certlll,;ate embraces the following described property situated lu Putnam county, Florida, to wit : NoJ of nei 0f I10li g(H.tjon . towUfjhp 10, range 2r,-lu acres. - Said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate In the name of Fla. Commercial Co. Unless said certificate shall bo redeemed accord ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the Ulh day of July. A. 1)., l-joi. hi Vf T. "J ollk'lnl signature and seal this the 11th day of June, A. b. l!H5 nil".?1' JOHEPU PRICE, ' Clk Circuit a. Putnam county, Florida NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Cnnpw 4888, Laws of Florida. ,. NoUoe is hereby given that Keu & Co., purchaser of Tax c No. 125, dated tho 3d day of A. D. 1902, has tiled said certificate In W office, and has made application ' T deed to Issue in accordance wltn Said certificate embraces the toliowmt described property situated in raw county, Florida, to wit : , ,.i Bej of nej. section 19. township 1". range 2540 acres. i . tin The said land iieing assessed m . date of the Issuance of such oeruui in the name of Lanark Land to. less said certificate shall be wo ed according to law, tax deed whi sue thereon on the 24th day oi w A. D , 1SHI5. j m1 Wltneea my offleial signature and thla the llta day of June, A. -' (Seal JOSEPH PBItE. Clerk Circuit Ct. of Putnrfm Oo.. "