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The Palatka News
and Advertiser. Bntared at the Palatka poatoffice available matter of the second class. as Published Fridays by RUSSELL at Palatka, Florida, on ft VICKERS. Wa. 4. RUSSELL. Eill.r FOR A TUBERCU LOSIS SUNDAY. Announcement of a national tubercu losis Sunday to be held on April 24th in 215,000 churches of the United Slates has been made by the National Associa tion for the Study and Prevention of Tu berculosis. Following campaigns against consump tion that have been carried on in the churches of hundreds of cities, and ser mons on tuberculosis that have been preached before thousands of congrega tions during the past year, a movement has been started to establish a permanent tuberculosis Sunday, on which it is hoped that every one of the 33,000,000 church goer in the United States will hear the gospel of health. It is planned to enlist the active co-operation of anti tuberculosis organizations, labor unions, fraternal organizations, and other bodies together with the churches in the move ment. The aid of leading churchmen in many of the principal denominations has already been offered. All of the large interdenominational bodies, such as the Young Men's Christian Associa tion, the Young Women's Christian As sociation, the King's Daughters and Sons, and the various young people's societies are also in sympathy with the anti-tuberculosis campaign. It is planned that on April 2 llh tuber culosis sermons shall be preached in all the churches of the country. Literature will be distributed to members of the congregation, and in every way an effort will be made to teach that tuberculosis is a dangerous disease and that it can be prevented and cured. Clergymen who desire to obtain information in regard to tuberculosis will be able to secure litera ture from state and local anti-tuberculosis associations and boards of health, as well as fro,p. the National Association. Palatka democrats have every reason to remember the ''business senator" for his matchless inactivity at Washington in behalf of deeper water on the St, Johns river south of Jacksonville. The government is to spend the munificent sum of $32,400 on the river between Jacksonville and Lake Harney, and $537,400 for improvement of the harbor at Jacksonville. The people of that city are kicking because they didn't get more. Might be well to do a little more kick ing up here. HER TALL REBEL. Florida Christian News. Endeavor The Florida orange grower w ho had the good luck to escape with his fruit un touched by the Christmas time freeze is now strictly in it. The New York mar ket shows round oranges selling at $4.50 to $5, and grapefruit from $3.50 to $5.50. Judge T. M. Puleston, county judge of Jefferson county for the past mory than 20 years, is dead of heart trouble. He was one of the best loved men of Monticello, and was prominent through out the state, especially in Masonic cir cles, of which order he was a Past Grand Master of Florida. Here, as in all other parts of the v orta s L nion, we are to learn on February 20lh more about temperance pertaining to actual every-day life. But for our state would seem more essential than anything else the prohibition con test now beginning in live, not dead earnest. In the materials sent out from the sec retary's office to all societies known of in Florida, was the following message from Miss Minnie . Neal, and we think it worthy of being read by other young people not belonging to the Christian Endeavor ranks. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 8, 1910. Dear Young People: You are powers in these days, and my plea with you now is that you be pow ers for Christian citizenship. You have many duties I know, but every concern of home, church, society, business. state will be advanced, and your duties to them all made the easier to fulfil when we win state-wide prohibition. So the supreme duly this year of every Christian appears to me to be earnest, devoted efforts to win our temperance victory in November. Will you help. Then read to inform yourselves on prohibition facts and ar guments. Create sentiment and awaken interest by talk, paragraphs in the pa pers, songs, interesting entertainments. Win votes by winning voters now to believe in you and in your cause. Every one you win now will be a worker in the later campaign, so there is not a day to lose. Begin with your nearest friend and do not stop until every voter in your neighborhood promises you to quality and to vote for the Prohibition Amendment. Lay it on your hearts that we must win, and then work as if it all depended on you. rite me if you will enlist to do whatever your hand finds to do in this campaign. Yours for a saloonless state. MINNIE L. NEAL, President ofjthe Florida, W. C. T. Union, Interlachen, Feb. 1910. Editor L. W. Zim of the St. Augus tine Meteor has been at least temporarily lost to the journalistic profession in Florida. During his campaign for con gress he has turned bis paper over to other parties, and will devote himself exclusively to bis campaign. This ac tion says Mr. Zim, "is taken in justice to the friends who inspired my candidacy." Dr. E. S. Crill of Palatka, hasannounc ed that he will not be a candidate from Putnam county. This will be widelv regretted. For many years the gentle man has been a potent factor in legisla tion. No one will be missed more. Dr Crill and Frank Adams were two of tht ablest men who ever served in the Flori da legislature, and now both have had uough. DeSoto County News. Over in Volusia county there is some thing of a scramble among the politic ians over who will succeed to the office of state senator in place of Frank Sams, while for the office of representatives, of which there will be two, nothing much is being said. If the News would be permitted a suggestion along this line, it would be that the good people of Vo lusia pick up Editor Ben Prevatt and send him to the House of Representa tives. He has done a heap for Volusia, and there is no better legislative timber In the entire country. This man will have to be "picked up" and placed in office, for he is not an office seeker. A High Day. Tassah. I suttingly would do dat Job for yo', colonel, and proud o' de chance to extinguish muhse'f. Would horraw right In on It dis minute, sab, If 'twuzn't for one thing." said a cer tain lopsided colored citizen w'tio was so unafraid of manual labor that he would often fall nsleep In Its presence, "and dat Is, sab, dat I never likes to stigmatize muhse'f by working on hollerday." "Why, this is not a nollday," re turned the would be employer. "Yassah! 'Tls wid me, if you'll dars 'skuse me, sab. It's de university o' de day niuh oldest boy was done sent to de penltenehy." Puck. Out of a tola! amount of the Rivers and Harbors Bill fund of $l.!01,u00 Jackson ville will get $33,400 lor improvements In the harbor and the citizens are up in the air because more money was not given to Jacksonville. This is very commendable on their part, and we wish to go on record by saying that while Sanford people are glad to get the deep water promised we want moreaiid while Senator Taliaferro is spending so much of his time for Jacksonville, it would be most prudent for him to buzz around Sanford some. Maybe Claude L'Engle and Napoleon Broward can get deeper water for Sanford than Taliaferro. We want the man that has the longest shovel. Sanford Herald. Wild Animals In New York City. It is a remarkable fact that there are always more wild animals about than any but the expert has an Idea of. For example, there are wltbin twenty mliea of New York city fully fifty dif ferent kinds not counting birds, rep tiles or fishes one-quo rter of which at least are abundant, or more partlC' ularly within the limits of Greater New York there are at least a dozen species of wild beasts, half of which are quite common. Country Life In America. How's This! W. nrer On Hundred Dnliara Beward for ny iate .f Catarrh that cunuul b cured by Hall's T. J CHESBT TO Tnl.rtn O We, theunderijrned. hrr known F. J.Cheney ,Eio,n.)TKin,,im DeuoTe Dim perrectly tmnorahle iu a'l austiu'M ran.iactlotie andfinan tlally f e to carry oat any obligations made WALDISO. KlXSiX i MAKTIK. Wbulesule Druf Toledo. O, Hall's Cattrrh Curs Is taten internally, acting directly upon the blofd and mucous surfaces of iie ..stem, lesiirnuaiai seat rrea. Price 79 l" uuiuo. ooia oy an arugf isrs. Take Hall's Family Pills for Coastlpation. A Beaver's Toilet. It Is an Interesting sight to watch a beaver at his evening toilet. To be gin with, instead of sitting up with his large, flat, ribbed tail protruding behind him, he tucked it forward be tween his hind legs and sat upon It Then with his band he carefully comb ed his long hair, using both hands at the same time. There were many places, however, that could not be reached la this way, for bis arms are very short and his body Tery large, so he combed these otherwise Inaccessible places with his hind feet, using tlrst one and then the other. The entire operation was performed with the ut most deliberation and care and occU' pled more than a qii.irter of an hour. Notice from the Bureau of Soils of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, is to the effect that "a soil survey of the trucking soils in the immediate vicinity of Jacksonville, Fla., has been recently undertaken by the Bureau, and M Grove B. Jones has charge of the w ork assisted by Mr. J. E. Ferguson. During the present winter it w ill be possible to complete a soil survey of about 40.) square miles in extent in the vicinity named. In this way the character and . . , j 'ii , . , . . extern oi ine uiuereni sons ana their adaptability for the production of a wide range of truck crops will be ascertained. The chamber of commerce of Jackson ville, Fla., requested this work some time ago and it has just been found possible to detail a soil survey party to undertake an examination of the soils in this vicin ity. It is anticipated that the field work will be completed early in April and that the report apon the results will be published and ready for distribution dur ing the summer of 1910," NIGHTS OF UNREST Xo Slcp, No Rest, No Peace for tne Miitcrcr Jrom kidney Troubles. No peace for the kidney Bufferer ram ana distress from morn to ;iisht. (i-t up with a lame back. Twinges of backache bother you ,ll day, Dull aching breaks your rest at night, L'rinary disorders add to your mis ery. Get at the cause cure the kidneys. Conn's Kidney Fills will work the cure. They're for the kidneys only Hav made trr at cures in Palatka. John A. Otariijer, Reid & Fourth -its , I'Hlntkii. F'la., says: ' For sev--ral yeitr tny kidneys wre ver nak and I r.nd to arie so of'en luritijr the niitht to puss the kidney accretions Hint myrmt was broken. The secretions w-re also highly col Ted and contained sediment." My onek ached and pained me almost constantly and there was h lameuess n(i Bareness Hcross my kidneys. I ioetored and ned remedies but did lot obtain the de-ired results until I rocured Doan's Kidney fills at J. H. Hamrhton's drui; Btore. Sine akins them I am feeling better in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fcister-MUburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole airnnU for the United States. Bemember th came Uoan'i and take no other. By MARIA D. FUREY. Copyright, lio. by American PreM elation.) On Holborn street Id London la row of buildings that any sightseer passing on top of a motor bus would recognize at once as having been left among modern buildings from a ptst age. It Is called the Staple Inn, and here Dr. Johnson wrote his "Idler." One morning after the battle of Cnl loden, which ended the rebellion in Scotland led by the pretender, three Scotchmen who had been captured In arms against the king were Joeing con ducted past the 8taple bin to the Tower. A block stopped the sad cor tege. One of the prisoners, Mac- Dongal, was a very tall man, over looking his fellows, and withal slngu larly handsome. A lady looking from the window of the Inn called oat to him: "Ton tall rebel, you will soon be shorter by a head." MacDongal turned a pair of large. sad eyes upon ber and asked defer entially: - "Does that give you pleasure, mad am?' "It does." 'Then, madam" taking off bis hat and making a low bow "I do not die In vain." The way having been cleared, the procession passed on, and tbe lady withdrew from the window. MacDougal, soon after arriving at the Tower, was about to be led out to execution when the lieutenant re ceived an order for a atay. Several days passed, the prisoner expecting death all the while, when tbe door of his cell was opened, and the lady who had spoken to him from Staple Inn entered. He looked at her In astonish ment "We have met before" said the lady. "I remember you well, madam. But I am at a loss as to tbe cause cf this visit for I shall soon be headless, and a headless man cannot serve a lady." "Nevertheless your height will be Improved." "And would you prefer me short ened 7" "I would. You are too talL" "You seem Interested In cutting me down." "I am Interested In you." "As Herod las was Interested in John the Baptist" "Your head, I admit, has recently seriously concerned me." "I regret that I have not tbe power to give It to you. I can leave It to yon by will, but I do not think the courts would regard the bequest of a rebel." "Doubtless there Is some fair maid who would prize your heart." xi us possession would give you pleasure you would be welcome to It too, could I bestow It upon you." "I would not deprive another of coveted possession." "There Is none other who would prize It But pray tell me to what may I attribute the honor of this visltr "A desire to see more of se good mannered a gentleman." "I rejoice that my manners please you, madam, and regret that ay height does not." "But you will be shortened." "My life will not be lengthened.' "You will not die In vain." "True; I shall have tbe consolation of giving you pleasure." "Say, rather, the pleasure of giving me pleasure. My pleasure la yours, Is it notr "Will you not show your apprecia tion of my devotion by leaving me to prepare for an end which may come at any moment?" "Is my presence obnoxious to you?" "At any other tlm it would be pleasure to me." "But you wish to be alone." "Only on account of tbe nearness of death." "Will nothing ruffle your politeness?" "Nothing will affect my appreciation for so charming a woman." "Why did you rebel against King George?" I believed Scotland would be bene fited by Charles Edward." "The king is a good man." "Doubtless." She handed him a slip of paper. He ran bis eye over it. It read: Let Lady have access te bar tall rebel, ana be hansed to her. GEORGE It Something like a faint smile dawned upon the Hps of the prisoner. "His majesty," he said, "Is very good to me to permit you to visit me." He has been more kind to you than that." Drawing a piece of parchment from her corsage, she handed It to him. It was a pardon, beautifully engrossed within a decorative border. MacDou gal looked up at his visitor for a mo ment then sprang toward her and flung his arms about her. Under cover of heartless banter she bad been talk ing the language of love. He had not Interpreted her correctly, but now he understood. She suffered no, returned the embrace. Why aid you rejoice at my ap proaching death?" he asked. Because you were an enemy of the king." And what chaugeC your" Your manners." H'm! Bather a woman's weather cock nature. And you alone have saved me?" No; I bave been assisted by the Earl of Soutberland and all the county or nose." The two passed out of the Tower together. History say nothing of the ruture of either, though they were real characters. ELDER HENRY CUNNINGHAM Recommends Bow's this for a Bargain: For Sale 3 sere Truck Fann.sub-ir. riprated from 3-ln. flowing well, small house on place, is in fine condition for planting. Inside of Citv limit, three blocks from Union Station. If buyer did not care to farm could be cut up Into city lots. This is a fine piece of property. Make us an offer on it. It will go for the first reasonable offer. Good reason for selling. Kennedy Seed Store, Palatka Fla. U Virol n For Weak, Pum-Down People. I waa run down and weak from Indigestion and general debility, also suffered from vertigo. I saw a cod liver preparation called Vinol adver tised and decided to give it a trial, nd the re,,. were most aratirying. After taking two bottles I regained my strength, and am now feeling unusually well." -HENRY CUNNINGHAM, Elder Baptist Church, Kinston, N.C. Vinol contains the two most world-famed tonics the medicinal, strengthening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the Best Strengthening Tonic obtainable. We return your money without question if Vinol does not accomplish all we claim for it Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., Palatka. Notice to Contractors. Office of Board of Trustees for County Bonds, Putnam County, Fla. Palatka, Fla., February 8, 1910. The Board of Trustees for Putnam Counryjbonds will receive separate sealed bids for the construction of hard surface roads, on the routes indicated below, un til Saturday, March 5th. 1910. and on that date at 11 a. m. will publicly open same at tne otnee ol tbe Board, No. Ill v a ter street, Palatka, Fla. 1 ne roads contemplated are: 1. Palatka. Fla.. to. Bostwick. Fla.: 12 miles. 2. Francis, Fla.. to Keuka. Fla.: 12 miles. 3. San Mateo. Fla.. to and including both approaches to Dunn's creek bridge: 4 miles. Prospective bidders will obtain all plans and specifications of the work con templated upon application to R. F. Ensey, county engineer, Palatka, Fla., and their bids, properly sealed and in scribed, may he left at the office of the Board ot 1 rustees for County Bonds un til the date and time specified. b. ORDEN, Clerk of the Board, 722 Water St., Palatka, Fla. Miss Kate Lucas Wishes to call attention to tbe handsome display of -Collars. Jabots, Low Ties and all the colors in Cord Rushings. Also a handsome line of Belts, Belt Pins and Combs. We have just placed in stock a fine line of Hair Goods which includes Turban Crowns, Switches and Trans formations. The Spring Millinery Open ing will be Thursday and Friday, March 3rd and 4th. 17. A. Mcrryday Go. Dealers in Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit' and Vegetable - Wraps. Palatka, Florida. PALATKA. FLORIDA. arte Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries Patents. PRESCRIPTIONS O ARE FULLY COMPOUNDED, maun umiin bseu nailery Suamihi. u,? fitops feuralgia ains Wm. TURNAGE, Palatka's New Hardware Store. Lemon St. Old Loeb Stand. Call and see something new in a Range The New, Barrett. Carpenter's Tools. Paints and Oils, Also a nice line of Crockery, Glassware, etc. FOR SALE. The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve pain. Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application, Stops neuralgia pains at once, quiets the nerves, relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immedi ate relief. One Application Relieved the Pain, Mr. J. C. Lek, of noo Ninth St., S. E., Washington, D. C, writes r " I advised a lady who was a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloan's Lini ment After one application the pain left her and the has not been troubled with it since." Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints and Sprains and all Pains. At All Druggists. Price 25c, 50c. and $1.00. Sloan's Treatlaa on the Horaa aent Free. Addreaa ' DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. JL Nice 6 room, 2 story residence, lot 73x100. Modern plumbing. $1300.00. Twelve lou. North End, best vacant lols in city, $400.00 to )(00.00 each. Seven building! to be sold in lump, 12,000.00. 20 acrc'hammock land, 2 acres clear ed, $100.00. FOR SALE Nice 8 room Residence; modern improvements. Lot 100 x 150. one of the best homes in the city. Worth $3,000 to close quick for $2,500 ca-,h. - ' i 400 acres potato land at Ha.lings, rang ing from $50 to $100 per acre. j 4 room residence, 10 acres land 2 miles from town, $650. Do you want a home? If so, I have it for you. Twenty-four acres land with 4 room residence, joining city limits, for $1,000.00. P. J. BECKS, Palatka, Florida. r VOOOgwOgOv gout Good Groceries Order For Publication. In the Circuit Court Klglith Judicial Circuit Putnam County, Florida In Cliancery. Agues Munlny. Complainant, I , , vs I Bill ror Lovett M unlay. Defendant. ( K'forte. . ,!! "nP'Ingby affidavit appended to the hill tiled in the above stated cause that Lovett M unlay, the Defendant therein mimed Is h resident of the 8tnte of f '.r.' .': ."ml he 18 non-resident of the I lilted Minted t-n-u.4, ... . .1. ... of Georgia, and that he Is over the aee of enty-one yeariuiml that t here Is no person In the Htale of lorlda upon whom the aer- Viceof HllhnneiiM u-..i,l,l t.i...- u ..... . HIll It Is therefore nn mn.) that resilient lWei..lo.., i.n..., u-... . . ..... f . wuuu ue is nereoy re- quiied to appear to the Hill of Complaint llled in said cause on or before MONDAY, THE Tin DAY OP MARCH, A. !.. 1010. olheru'lca tl.o . I.I! I ..-,ii V . , v oiirKniiuus OI Sam inn will be taken as confessed by said De- It IS flirthtir m,lu ...a. . . . published once a week for Five consecutive , A ,lue pHlftl' News, a newapaper published In said County and State, w ltneas in v hntwl ,nn nm.,t.i ..t ., .v.. -'Nlh day of January, mio. loenij ilEMil HUTOHINBON, Olerk Circuit Court. Ut T f tl.l tu llan lllarlr M. I.COXK, ' ' solicitor for (jomplalnant. Th Abductad Votar. A Londoner of pronounced Tory principles had a wife with strong Rad ical tendencies. On the morning of a contest In wbicb every vote ytaa of the utmost Importance bis better half in sinuatingly suggested over breakfast that they should enjoy what promised to be glorious day by driving in the country. The husband readily consented, and after a pleasant outing they returned In the even lug just as 8 o'clock waa chiming. Then aald the wife sweetly, It ! too lata now, dear, to vote lu this election." "Yes," was tbe reply, "but I voted at ocioctc tnts morning, before you cam downstairs." London Tatler. The Stuff That Kills. Mrs. Ben Isn't my dress a poem? Ben Poetry will be the death of me. New Tork Presa. The Appian Way. The famous Appian way wis con structed by digging two parallel trenc&es, three feet iu depth, at the bottom of which were placed two lay era of fiat stones lu mortar, upon wbich a layer of cobblestones was placed, also laid in mortar. Then came a course of pebbles In concrete, over wbich were placed large, flat blocks of smooth lava well Joined together, form ing an even, uniform surface. It was primarily a military road and extend ed from Rome to Brunduslum. a dis tance of 350 miles. So perfect was the construction of this celebrated road that It ntlll exists In places as good as ever, notwithstanding It was made more than twenty centuries airo. Sew xork American. Now Zealand. New Zealand comprises 66.500,000 acres, of which about 17,000,(XX) acres are still covered with forest. Tickling in the Throat "Just a little tickling in the throat! " Is that what troubles you? But it hanss on! Can't tfpf rid nf iM H nma ram- edies don t take hold. You need something stronger a regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Ayes Cherry Pectoral COntainS healintf. nniprinrt anrt cnnlhJnn ... -l juuuiiug unti tles Of the highest Order. Ask vnnr Anrtnr ah,f tuu No alcohol m this cough medicine. UUuerCo..Luii.hU, Notice ot Application for Tax Deed. .Notice la hereby given that P. D. Wat' Kins, purchaser or tax certificate No. lilt, dated the 2nd day of Julv, A. D. lju has tiled said certificate In my office, and has made application for tai deed to Issue In accordance with law. Bald certificate .-uiiiini-en me lunt.twing described property situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wlf w"4 of sw'4 and of nw'ot se. section 7, township s, range H east-tO acres. 1 lie said land being assessed at the date of BUCU "Tiineaie in th nam of Mrs. K. I.. all. I'uless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 7th day of March, A. D., mo. V, iinessniy ofrk-inl signature and seal this the 4th day of hebruary. a. i. litlo. Ital HENKY llUTCHI.NMON, Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co., Fla HvJ c. Balls D. O. Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Notice Ii hereby given that 8. I Merwln. purchaser of fax Certificate No. 44. dated the 4tli dav of Julv, A D Mum has nied said certificate In my oftlre, and has made application for tax deed to issue In accordance with law. Hald cerllfk-ale embraces the following described property situated in Putnam county, Florida, to-wit-Pt. of Ooclnaclo lirani Kb , . )sectlon 87, township raiTge The said land being assessed at the date of the Issuance nf ueh ennui,..,., , ,J-'!""" Unless said rll!ic"al. sl all In- redeemed according u, law. tax deed will issue thereon on the a,thd.v ,,i kT. ary. A. D. W10. ' W ltnessniv official iitn.ii , ..... 2slh day of January. A. Ii. loin. 1 uiLw HtnVHINHON, vrari ruiiuin JO., Fla. are the only kind we handle. You cau find Anything here usually carried in i first-class grocery (tore, including the well-known Curtis Bros, and Royal Scarlet Brand of Canned Goods. Our line of Butter and Cheese has no equal in Palatka. C Our customers will tell t you the same thing. L G. STEPHENS, Grocer, Phone No. S4. PALATKA. FLORIDA. European Restaurant,; Furnished Rooms, j Hot and Cold Baths, At "; CHA5 KUPFfcKBUavii Palatka. Fla. For New and Up-to-Date Furniture and f House Furnishing Goodit at very low prices Go to R. S. Mooney,! Palatka, Florida. Undertaking and Embalnting- U. LOPIR BaJLKT, President. 1. WiLTin BlW;' Beer, and If I The G. Loper Bailsyfe, vwuupauon positively prevent good health. Then whv allow Mtnmniim.. a irvar H i great preventive of di. Aver'i PUI art liver pUl. YVbit doe your doaonv? NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Lard Office at Gaiservillii. Fla, Notice la herein Riven that Marshall M. Morse, of Palatka. florlila. who r,.. u.J nommead Kntry No r.U, luN. maiie iwriw ?ii!uir etiinflii lor WUol Nu ana NH of (4. Miction 7. Townxnlp 8, souiS Ramie east. Vallj.ha.8ee MerlUlnS. laTni ei notice of intention to malte Final Fire ear Proof, to eatahlteh claim to the land alKiveilescrlhrd before the, 1,-rkof theeir- ssvsrrcV. f"irka-r,or,d"' n ( lainntnt iiamea as wltnensei W . A. lllinniv of Banlln, Florida. J. C. Keen, of Harlem, Florida. A. H.(iwn.ol Hanllu, Florida. John Miulou,of Bardin, Florida MiHYa.guubB. RiiVr, Fire Insurance: Leading American and For? Companies Life Insurance: The Old Reliable 'Germs Life" of New York Marine Insurance: The Leadimg Compani All Claims PrompC Settled. I Office 115 Front Bu Palatka. Hcolars T. W. Wri-t4105 ReiT, New York City.