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NEWS
ATKA
and Advertiser.
$1 Pe-Year.
TEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. NO. H.
PALATKA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 18. mo.
Is Out
OnaVeek Off
Make your selection
now from the nobbiest
and most complete
line of
en's
Clothing
Ever shown in this
section of the State.
; This season we bave
made special efforts to pre
pare for oar friends an un
usual display and stock of
the finest clothes made in
America.
The demand for this
high grade, hand made
clothing has so increased
that we have added the
famous lines of
Hart, Scliaf f iter &
Marx, and Stein-Bloch
to our stock. The lines of
Kirschbaum and
Schioss
need - no introduction to
this community and no
words of praise can over
rate them. It's simply the
demand for more business
that ' has made us add
other lines.
Thus with this addition
we are now prepared to
show the latest designs and
fabrics from four of the
world's greatest tailor
shops and they only
make
Hand-Made
Guaranteed Clothing.
That's why we say
"If St Comes From
Fearnside's It's
Guaranteed."
Panama and Straw
Hats of all the latest
designs and shapes.
Agents for the famous
Eclipse Shirts and
Gotham Underwear
for men.
Our Boy's Clothing
this season is far in
advance of any ever
shown before.
"We take care of
Little Men as well as
Big Ones."
the
the
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f Ml II VIM W
Lemon and Third,
Palatka.
"If it Cornea From Fearn-
sidf'a It's Guaranteed "
t
Clothing
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Ask Grand Ma'
. ABOUT
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
For over 80 years it has been the standard remedy
for Biliousness, Constipation, Headache, Dyspepsia,
Malaria and all diseases of the Stomach and liver.
SHE KNOWS
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For State Senator.
To tlie Democratic vote rsof Put unin Co. Fin.
I hereby respeeliully niiiKiiineo myself as
ft candidate for the State Semite Tom Put
nivm county, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary soon 10 u i-hu in
thlB couotv. If vou think I have been faith
ful In the few things Intrusted to me as a
member of the House of Representatives, 1
shall be pleased to have your support.
H. J. rilLBURN.
Palatlta, FlB., Feb. 10th, 1U10.
To the Democratic voters of Putnam Oo:
I hereby announce myseii a canuiuaie lor
the offlce of State Senator from this 2th
senatorial District, subject to the action of
the democratic primary election. Permit
me to say I am a Democrat and seek the of
fice uninfluenced by any faction, trust or
corporation, and should I become your
public servant, J can serve you without fear
or favor. Kespecttully.
jnu, z-. waij&j.
For Representative.
To the Democratic Voters of Putnam Oo:
I will be a candidate in the approaching
primary for the omce of Representative in
the Legislature, 'or wmcu umiw i
fullv solicit four support. In the event of
my selection as one of your representatives,
T ...111 -t -I.... n.. .nimllK 1 1 .11.1'W VAlll1 I II t int K
and those of the slate of Florida intelligent
ly, fnltluullv una in unrmony wnu nejiio
c'ratic Ideals. W. A. KUUBJCLL.
To the Voters of Putnam county:
I horebv anmmni e my cBnuiuacy ior wp
resenlattve of Putnam county, subject to
the coming Democratic primary, and re-
leetflilly solicit me support ui uiy munuo
throughout the coulv
W. 8. MIDDLKTON.
To the Voters of Putnnin county:
I will be a candidate in the approaching
primary for the office of Representative to
the legislature. Mv ilnUonn Is the Etonian
urnttiuKesnu una iiuijnca
public improvement. rie'i,V't.,.f,,j!f r
ij, Oil A J. I AM
Flomhome, Flft.
For County. Commissioner.
To the Democratic voters of Commissioner
District i:
T win im a candidate In the approaching
n,m..nrntle mininrv for the office of County
Clomiutsslolier from District No. 1. I have
tried to serve the people miiniuiiy in me
nast and their endorsement of my candida
cy will be greatly appreciated.
W.O. ALVKRS.
Blsco, Fcb'v, 10, 1W0.
i hrtrnhv nnnnunee mvself a candidate for
reelection to the olllce of County Commis
sioner from District No. 'J, subject to ine
Democratic primary, iieiecieu i sunn con
tinue the dlscliarae of the duties of the po
sition to the very bestoi ray ability, iimnk-
lng my iiienda lor past support, unu asKiug
for their continued endorsement of my of
Holal course, 1 am, Very respectfully.
Li.U Blfirtl&l.
To the Democratic voters of Oommisloner's
District o. 4: . ,
I hurehv an nounce myself a candidate for
reelection to the office ot County Commis
sioner from District 4, subject to the Dem
ocratic primary. If elected I shull continue
the dlschnrge ol liieuuiies oi me pojmuuii iu
the very best of my ability. Thanking my
friends for past support, I will be pleased to
have your support In the coming primary.
M. BOIIANNON.
To the Democratic Voters of District No. ,1:
1 hereby announce niysen u niuummo mi
Countv Commissioner, subjoct to tue action
of the Democratic primary, nnd solicit your
support. If elected, will serve you to the
best ot my Mutiny.
very iepcnuiij .,ii.r,,
J O. MELZER.
Frultlnnd, Fla., Mar. 8, lulu
To the Democratic Voters of Oommissloner
District iso i;
ftjxtt.ur.ma frlenrlR In the district nave
asked that I again become a candidate for
county. Commissioner from this district,
and I have consented to do so, subject to the
approval of my ieuow uemocinis u"
coining primary. I will greatly appreciate
the support of all democrats In the district,
romiSlUg llllll I" iiw Pvrim wi ..v w...
to serve all parts ol the aisirici ana couuiy
faithfully, and in line wit n pros.
EDWARD NORTH.
Bostwlck, Fla., Mar. 8. 1011).
To the Voters of Commissioners Dlst. No. 1:
1 will be a candidate in the coming prl-m-irv
for County Commissioner from dis
trict No. 1, and respectiully ask tho support
of democratic voters. In the event of my
election 1 will endeavor to see that this end
ot the county gels what Is coming to It in
the wav ol roau worn auu unmi puunv im
provements, or lie able to give you a reason
For failure. K. 0. MIDDLiSTON.
Orescent Olty, Mnicli 10. HIM.
To the Democratic Voters of Commissioners
I will be a candidate in the coming pri
mary for County Commissioner from Dlst-
tiict No. S lllve). I ask the support oi uu
Democrats In this district, and In the event
.if mv election I can assure you that W KS1
PUTNAM will have a commissioner that
feels It his bounden duty and business to see
10 It that District 6 gets all what is coming
to It, and 1 Will. J. HAfli.nv ivuu.
For School Commissioner.
Tothe Democratic votei-Bof District No. 1:
i nn,.A mom announce mvself as a candl
Anta f.,p M,hnoi tommissloner of Putnam
Countv, District No. 1. I thank you for past
favors, and again offer my services in n
vancing the educational Interests ot my
m.i.-i ennntvHiii1stKU. I hnve hereto
fore done the best I have known, and shall
continue to do so should you see tit to give
me the position In the coming primary
election. . u"fRKEN
To the Democratic Voters of School District
I hereby announce my candidacy for
School Oommissloner tor District No. 8,
subject to the approval of the volers In the
coming piimarv. I stand for iKitter school
facilities for the children of the rural uis
.rintd! for clvlna them nil equal chance
with the children of the towns. I want
..v unite hnv and ulrl In Putnam county
to have the opportunity for an education.
ni. n. v ' -i i
Harlem, Fla.
To the Democratic Voters of School District
I will again be a candidate for School
Commissioner from District No. a. nnd re
spoctiullv solicit the support of voters in
me approaching UemwN"pkCEi
For County Treasurer.
Tothe Democratic voters of Putnam Co.
I am now serving my first term as your
Countv Treasurer, an olllce which I hold by
vour suffrage and lor the honor of which I
have nlwavs felt particularly cratelul io
vou It Is a trust I shall I able to return to
"vou unimpaired til the end of mv term, and
one that, with your approval, I should aaln
like io assume. I tnerefore lake this oppor
tunlt to sav that I will acaln be a candi
date in the coining primary, and respect
fully ask your support EDMONSON,
For T Collretiir.
To the Pemorratlc Voters of Putnam Co.:
I herebv announce myself ns a candidate
for theotilceof Tax Col eeior of PuiuamCo.
If mv service, since artpotnied, has been sai
lsvactorv, I will nprnh'tatc your support In
tb auproacutug primary.
Respectfully,
R. J. HANCOCK.
For Tax Assessor.
I shall again be a candidate for the office
of Tux Assessor, and ask your support In
coming primary. 1 appreciate fully post
favors, and feel that I have always been
conscientious iiiul fair with all In my past
w rk, and I promise the sume in the future.
If, bv lair Judgment 5 on think me deserving,
then help me in again thai I may serve ut
least one term In our new court house.
Very respectfully,
. F. bUllard.
For Supervisor of Registration.
This Is to announce that 1 am a candidate
for Supervisor of Registration for Putnam
countv, and solicit the votes of all
Democrats in the coining primary. The of
fice is an important one. and I hope to
In future nil It to the entire satisfaction of
the public. Thnnkingoneand all for sup
port in the past, I remain. Yours to serve,
HENIB PETE RMANN.
Petition for Special Tax
School District.
To the Honorable Board of Public Instruc
tion, Palatka, Florida:
Obh'1'I.ismbn We, the undersigned, quali
fied electors of the Bub-Division of Putnam
County, as hereinafter described, paying a
tax on real or personal property, and are
residents of said Bub-Division, hereby peti
tion your Honorable Board to call un elec
tion to determine whether such Bub-Dlvis-lon
of the Countv shall become a Special
Tai school District lor the purpose of levy
ing and collecting a District School Tux for
the exclusive use of Public Free Schools
within the snld Sub-Dlvlslon of the County
as described, to wit:
Beginning at a point of Intersection of
Rice creek with the St. Johns River; thence
lol lowing the meander of nice Greek Wes
terly to the West Line of Section 2d, Town
ship li, South, Range W, East; thence South
erly along the West Line of said Section 2fl
to 'the Northeast corner of Francis Bub
Hchool District, thence Southerly along the
Kast Line of Fninels Sub-School District to
the Southwest corner of Section 14, Town
ship 10, South, Range 2, East; thence East
half mile to center of South Lino of said
Sections 14, 10, 2il; thence Southerly on the
Half mile Line of Sections 28 and '., 10, 26 to
tin, hi. Johns River; thence following the
meander of the St. Johns River Northerly f
to the Intersection of the East Bunk or the
St. Johns River and the Northwest corner
of San Mateo Bub-scsool District; thence
Easterly following the North Lino of Ban
Mateo Sub-School District to Its Northeast
corner, and continuing on same line Eas
terly to the line dividing Putnam and Bt.
Johns Counties, same being about qunrter
mile South of the Northeast corner of Sec
tion 18, Township 10, South. Range 27 Easts
thence North on said line dividing Putnam
and Bt JohnsOountles to the Quarter Sec
tion Post on tho East Line of Section 24.
Township 0, south, Range 27 East; thence di
rectly West to the St. Johns River' thence
southerly following the meander of said St.
Johns River to a point directly East of the
mouihof Rice Creek, the point of beginning.
ThA Above descfinilon embraces Palatka.
Palatka Heights, East Palatka and other tr-
rltnrv.
J N Blackwell
J H Haughton
s J Krmierly
H Y Snow
R S Mooney
D M Klrby
8 a Coburn
W D Williams
W A Merryday
J D Lane
K W Warren
J H Hlckenlooper
K M Earnest
L C Stephens
A O Lancaster
Howell A Davis
AG Philips
O A LeHardy
J H Yelrerton, Jr.
J c Hainan
J L Burt
E Wlndlsch
E T Redding
E E Haskeir
M Kanner
Thos. Murray
C Carman
Wm. Turnage
A M Steen Br
P J Becks
F D Wuttles
O Hammond .
.1 T Bond
M I Coxe
C H Wlgg
H Gray
E T Lancaster
V P Conway
G M Boyd
W A Walton
H B Merryday
Horace Blaney
Geo. K Welch
J W Darsoy
J 1) Jeffords
G P Yclvei ton
T M Hlers
R A Varnes
T R Livingston
Ben Rodda
W H Minton
H Flnley Tucker
Tom Holden
O W Pcarce
R 11 Cooper
A H Holcomb
J 0 McCoy
H A Broward
Louie C Canova
Jos. n Points
C W Budtngton
F A Sands
F C Cochrane
W H Cyrus
Henls Petermann
Joseph Price, Jr.
A DOurry
John D Klmrham
W Lang Cheeves
Fred. Priest
B W Huff
Edward Kummer
Robt. cairnes
H A Johnson
M M Vlckers
JohnQTIIishman
R E Tromley
F H Wilson
N S Collins
E 8 Neck
Frank W Kclls n
L K Tucker
DAMullls
J A King
G H Fon ee
Dave Atken
M M Young
J W Williams
R Bryant
J B Banb
L P Thompson
T M Lucas
T N Wilson
Geo K Gay
Joseph rnce
K L Kennerly
P M Hagan
Martin Griffin
H C Howell
II A B McKenile
W E Wattles
H O Hnmm
K K Dodge
A S Willard
F Andrews
Ohas Burt
T M Ray
James 0 Ray
W S Fry
WOTIIghn
man
W S Burdette
D W Rainsaur
A P Appleby
T B Merrill
w m. M curry
L F Jackson
L A srailh
M RRvan
Chas. K Rowton
C J Smith
F J Kcarnside
T J Harnett
J A Shelley
it fll ue ftiontmouin
Jas. A Balr
V A Gerber
I.eo Jacobson
W D Judy
E A Gerber
J V Walton
H Merwln
J K Edmonson
J B Fllnn
H (1 Brannen
M Saucer
W M Cannon
A Gralnner
D Benbow
S H Hat!n
J M Pounds
Silas Smith
J S Goaa r
U Relfenberg
H R Carman
N O Davis
E Noble Calhoun
J H Ambrose
W H Rosenberg;
John E Marshall
W N Coffee
M H Dalton
Geo. B Selden
Peter Gardner
D J Coushlln
J N Walton
Ben) I Gay
8 E L Moore
L C Canova
A T Triay
R K Neck
Valery Thomas
Thomas Cannon
G N Vanlandlngbam
T H Sanders
J T Seprest
M HitKgins
Wm. Thompson
W R Rouutroe
G W Sharon
T BaliinK
V, T Holmes
L L Trapp
J A Hawkins
Notice or Annlirntlon for Tax lieed.
Notice Is hereby given that W. B
Yonnir. ourchaser of tax certificate No,
Al. dated the 4th dav of July. A. 1). 1W8,
has tiled said certificate in my offlce, and
has made application for ta deed to issue
in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces tho following described property
situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wit:
in se cor. of sw( of se;4'. In lie cor. of sw
of sei, and in nw cor. of se'4 01 se'4, section
2, lownsnip 10 s. range z. utisi zw ucrra-
The said land being assessed at me uaw o,
the Issuance of such certlllcute In the nam
of W. R. Cronie.
Unlesssald certincate snnn oe reneenieu
according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 174 h day of April A. D., Win.
witness mv omnai signature ana seni mis
the IKth dny of March, A. n. lmo.
Seal HENRY HUTCHINSON",
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Oo. Fla.
Hy Henry Hutchinson, JrM D. O.
"SPRING FASHION" Turban Braids
are "IT." Send your combings to be
made up. Quick51 place In Americn for
Switc'ies, Braids, Toupees, W'gt,
Acma Hair Company, Savannah, Ga.
l4t
A District No. 5 Candidate.
County Commissioners district No. 5,
In which candidates have been some
what timid In making announcements,
t last has an exceptionally good one in
the person of Mr. J. Hammonlree ol the
Baldwin precinct, a gentleman who has
the respect and enjoys the confident e
of his neighbors to an unusual degree.
Mr. Hammonlree was long a member
of the county dcinocralic executive
commitlce and has always taken an ac
tive Interest in politics - which he would
keep clean. Me has never, within the
recollection of the News, been an aspi
rant for political honors, until now, and
this fact, together with the more impor
tant fact that he is a man of clean char
acter, and "square, will undoubtedly
make him a most formidable candidate,
no matter who may decide to run against
him.
An Unnecessary Expense.
There is no need of being to the t x
pense of sending for a doctor in any
cane of pain in the stomach or colic
when a bottle of ' hamberlain's 'oliu,
( holera and Diarrhoea Hemeiiy is at
hand. No physician can prescribe a
better medicine Kor B ' le by Acker-man-Stewart
Drug Co
Proclamation.
Notice is hereby given that an election
for city officers for the City of Palatka,
Florida, will be held in said city on
Tuesday the 5th day of April, A. D.
1910, viz:
For Mayor of said City.
For one Alderman for Ward One.
For one Alderman for Ward Two.
For one Alderman for Ward Three.
For two Aldermen tor Ward Four.
For one Alderman for Ward Five.
For one Alderman for Ward Six.
For one Alderman for Ward Seven.
The following are the inspectors and
clerks for each Ward, and designated
polling place in same:
Ward One Peter Gardner, clerk; N.
O. Davis, W. E. Wattles, Morris Lamon,
inspectors. Polling place, Gay's ware
house. Ward Two A. G. Phillips, clerk; W.
L. Cheeves, H. H. Kent, M. Kanner, in
spectors. Polling place: A. G. Philips'
store.
Ward Three C. I. Rowton, clerk;
Leo Jacobson, J. D. Ringham, James
Ray, inspectors. Polling place, J. A.
Bear's store.
Ward Four James Fry, clerk; P. J.
Becks, H. Y. Snow, J. T. Griffin, in
spectors. Polling place: City Hall.
Ward Five N. B. Hagan, clerk; M.
Mclsom, E. S. Grooms. Tom Holden,
inspectors. Polling place: Court House.
W ard Six. D. Jeffords, clerk: Rob
ert Cairnes, Silas Smith, Albert Brown-
ng, inspectors, rolling place: Uuu fel
lows Hall.
Ward Seven C. H. W itrg, clerk; M.
Saucer, T. J. Thompson, J. B. Minton,
inspectors, rolling place: (joza 8 Did g.
rolls open at eight o clock a. m. ana
close at sunset.
Howell A. Davis, Mayor,
(Seal) City of Palatka.
Attest:
A. T. Triay, Clerk.
March 1st 1910.
Special Master's Sale
In Olronlt Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
Inandror rutnam uouuiy, norma iu
nhaneerv.
Voticn is tierebv irlven. that tinder and by
virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure
and sale, rendered In said court, on the 12th
. ir.. i. A 1 1UIO h Ihn Unnnmlilil
J. T. Wills, Judge or saiu uoun, in a certain
cause therein pending, wherein Addle V.
Angler, by her husband and next friend, E,
M A ncrlr. la Comnlnlnnnt. and
Ida Hind, and Ida Hind, as Executrix of
the last will and testament of Thomas Hind
deeeased. are Defendants. In which decree 1
am appointed special Master in unancery
to execute tlie same, on tue
FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1010,
the same being May Snd. 1910. during
tho legal hours of sale on that day,
In front of the Court House door, of Putnam
County, Florida, I will offer for snle to the
highest and best bidder tnereior, ror casn
all of the following described tract of land
lvlng and being In Putnam County, State of
Florida, and particularly described as be
irinnini at a Dolnt South slxty-elghtdegrees
and forty-five minutes East, twenty-two
rods and six and one-hnlf feet, from another
point on the Kast sldeorineuarunerurani,
twentv rods North twenty-one degrees and
fifteen minutes East, from the southeast
corner of said Gardner Grant: thence South
ftS degrees and 4b minutes East, FOUR rods
to Marv Manning's line; thence South on
snld line as approved by the Court in an ac
tion of Partteinn wherein Daniel H. Causey
was Plaintiff and James M. Fllnn.and others
were Defendants, to the East lens ot tne
Kt. Johns River, on Lake George: thence
dow n said river to a point South Hi degrees
and 15 minutes West, from the first
named point: thence North il degrees and
16 minutes East, tothe beginning, intending
to cover an arear four ro is wide and rods
long, and the river front with its meanders.
Puncbaser to pay for deed.
HKNRY STRUNZ,
as Special Master In Chancery.
K. K. b Aeia.E,i.ijt riSi)..
Complainant's Solicitor.
Palatka. Fla, March lth. If 10.
Woman loves a clear, rosy complex
ion. Burdock Blood Bitter pnrifies
the blood, clears the skin, restores rad
ii v, sonnd health
FOR SALE Two good building lots
near new waterworks. Sell cheap. Ap
ply to E. Wlndlsch. U-S tf
WANTED-A good farm horse; must
not be iver eirt.t years old and weigh
eleven hundred or OTor. Espertna
) Own Your Home. )
C We can sell you a HOME
I " for what you are paying J
J rent. Call in and let us S
v tell you.how. C
S STOP THE RENT
I LEAK. S
j H. Finiey Tucker S Bro.
? Eeal Estate and 3
Insurance, S
Opp- Court House,
) 'Phone 128, f
j Palatka, Florida.
MAYOR H. A. DAVIS
RE-KOMNATED
By Acclamation Expected Op
position Did Mot Materialize.
The city Democratic convention was
held in the council chamber last Mon
day night, as per call of the committee.
Twenty-three of the 27 delcuaies enti
tled to scats were present, ana the con
vention organized by electing H. A.
Merryday, hsu., temporary chairman.
and R. H. Cooper, secretary. These
officers were later made permanent.
Mr. anas smith was on motion given
a seat in the convention as a delegate
from the sixth ward.
Geo. B. Selden, president of the Pa
latka board of trade, nominated Howell
Davis for Mayor in a speech that
would have made that gentleman's
cheeks put on a peep red blush could he
have heard It. Uut he didn t and tnere
fore there was no blushing. This nomi
nation was seconded and there were
no others named for the office. Then
came (lie molion to make the nomina
tion of Mr. Davis by acclamation and it
went.
A committee was sent out to find Mr.
Davis and bring him before the conven
tion that he might tell them how proud
it made him feel to be thus honored.
The committee went it found the can
didate lurking in the shadows of Joe
Haughton s drug store, and dragged him
before the convention. His entrance to
the hall was the signal for prolonged
applause. The nominee could not do
other than enjoy his reception.
Mr. Davis stood while Chairman Mer
ryday told him of the verdict of the
convention and asked him if he bad
anything to say why sentence should not
soon be passed.
It was a neat speech Mr. Davis made
in reply, thanking the convention and
promising to inforce the ordinances-.
1 he mayor is making steady improve
ment as a public speaker. His words
come easily and arc linked in terse and
pointed sentences, and at times he gels a
bit eloquent. Given time and inocu
lated with the political virus and he'll
make the average gubernatorial candi
date look like 30 cents in an oratorical
contest.
The convention authorized Mr. Davis
to appoint the ward committeemen.
At one time Monday it looked a little
shaky for Mr. Davis' re-nomination.
Judge V. Walton took it into his head
on Saturday that his law partner, H. E.
Merryday, would make a mighty good
mayor, and he got busy without the
knowledge of his partner who was in
Jacksonville on legal business. By
Monday noon it was claimed mat Mr.
Walton had secured enough pledges to
nominate Mr. Merryday, but then the
latter remembered that he was the attor
ney in a suit against the cily, brought
against the "Mayor of the cily of Palatka,
or his successor in office," and that it
wouldn t look exactly parlimentary
to argue a suit against Mayor Merryday,
so he quit the game even more sudden
ly than he entered it.
Then there was talk ot Mr. wm. u.
Tilghman making the race in place of
Mr. Merryday, but Mr. Tilghman de
clined; blandly, but firmly, declined.
INTERLACHEN ITEMS.
William Anderson and wife of New
York cily, are guests of his brother,
Capt. G. W. Anderson.
E. Lothrop and A. Eastman accom
panied by their wives, are visiting at
Palm Beach and other points south, be
fore their return north.
The transfer of property recently pur
chased by Mrs. Pearl of New York, of
Chas. Francis and G. E. Gillette, was ef
fected the past week to Mrs. Martha
Weber and E. Leonard.
The entertainment at the Town Hall,
for the benefit of the Congregational
Ladies Aid, was a great success. Mrs.
W. H. Fox of New Haven, must recieve
the laurels for making it so, assisted by
several of our winter guests. Mrs. B. B.
Savage and her sister, Miss Corrigan,
favorintr bv song. Mrs. box. Mrs. Kecve
and Mrs. Tilloston with pleasant reading,
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. W haley with
original verse. The hat trimming con
test was much enjoyed and E. Lothrop
carried off the prize as a trimmer Mr.
Lothroo is an expert. 1 he ladies had
their innings in a bottle stopper whittl
ing contest, Mrs. (Jhas. Brown and Mrs.
Eva Corlhell tvine as to perfection, Mrs.
Corthell winning, with a double-ender.
Refreshments later were served Dy me
society.
The nicnic at the old homestead of
the Mann's at Mannville, proved one of
the season's most delightful events.
Quite a number came from out of town
by tram, atoot ana norsenacK. 1 ne
tables were laid in the spacious dining
room. As hostess Mrs. Mann was assist
ed by her sister, Mrs. Giles of Oilman,
111., and Miss tmma Hester 01 rniiaaci
phia. Old and young were entertained
in the way they most enjoyed. Music
was a great feature, the drum corps out
shining all. Later S. G. Coburn and
wife, and R. Phillips of Palatka and Mrs.
Giles, Mrs. Pearl, Mrs. Cook and Mrs.
Eva Corthell were delightfully entertain
ed at 6 o'clock dinner by Miss Mary Far
is Coburn and the neighborhood awoke
to the sounds of mirth from the Lake
View. Our season has been a pleasant
one hoping all have enjoyed us as we
have those who have been here.
Favors Mr. Bullard.
Editor Palatka News:
I ask space in your valuable paper to
say a few words in behalf of Mr. G. F.
Bullard, our very worthy and efficient
tax assessor, candidate for re-election
Having worked with Mr. Bullard in
the preparation of the tax rolls, I have
had special opportunity to observe his
work in detail, and can say that he is
exceptionally careful and painstaking.
His vears of experience in the office to
gether with his thorough knowledge of
land values pre-eminently qualifies him
to discharge the duties of this very im
portant office in an accurate and satis
factory manner, and I think it would be
unwise for us to exchange this fair, im
partial and experienced official for an
inexperienced man, especially, since we
have a large bonded debt to take care of
now, making it very important that we
have a very complete assessment of all
property such as will require the ser
vices of an experienced man in this line
of work. The present incumbent pos
sesscs all the qualifications required fur
the task, and I trust that the voters of old
Putnam will rally to his support at the
coming Primary and return him to the
office by the largest majority he ha
ever received, and I am sure he wilt be.
if all feci as they do io Baldwin precinct.
C. ThobMaN PKfCB.
Melrose, Fla. Mtrefc 15th.
UN
BAKING POWDER
Absolutely Pure
Makes the finest, most deli
cious biscuit cake and
pastry; conveys to food
tbemostneaiuinu oi
fruit properties
THEY WERE ALL
GOOD INOIAHS
Who Attended the Great Coun
cil Improved Order of
Red Men.
On Tuesdav and Wednesday of this
week the Twenly-Sixlh Great Council of
Florida, Improved Order of Red Men,
held its annual meeting in the Red Men's
Wigwam in this cily. The meeting
brought together many men prominenl
in the affairs of the state and from all
sections, and 19 different camps were
represented by 43 delegalcs and 22 past
great sachems.
Un 1 uesuay morning Deiorc me open
ing of the Great Council proper, an
hour was devoted to a.t open meeting in
which the delegates were formally wel
comed to the cily by an address by May
or H. A. Davis, and 011 behalf of the Pa
latka board of trade by Mr. Robert Ran
son. These were responded to on be
half of the order by Hon. J. W. hite
of Jacksonville, and Mr. Chas. F. Burg-
man of Seabreeze. 1 he invocation was
made by Rev. Wm. Wyllie of St. Marks.
The meetings of the Great Council, of
course, were secret, but from the tenor
of the addresses by the above named
gentlemen at the initial meeting, it is
safe to say that there was no plotting
against the stale, but only good was dis
cussed. The Indians here were all good
Indians, and very much alive.
Probably the most significant act in its
relation to Palatka was the elevation to
the supreme head of the order of our
fellow townsman, J. M. Pounds, who is
probably one of the most deserving and
faithful Indians in this city.
The annual election of officers of the
Great Council took place on Wednesday
with the following result:
Great Sachem, J. M. Pounds, Palatka.
Great Senior Sagamore, C. Sterlzbach,
Tampa.
Great Junior Sagamore, E. W. Holt,
Green Cove Springs.
Great Prophet, E. L. Albury, Key West.
Great Chief of Records, L. Oliver,
Punta Gorda.
Great Keeper of Wampum, J. T. Hoff
man, Miami.
Great Sannap, J. L. Crary, St. A ugus
tine. Great Mishinewa, W. H. Klicker, De
Land. Great Guard of Forest, C. B. King,
Dania.
Great Guard of Wigwam, John Ed
wards, Key West.
The Great Trustees elected are C. I.
Rowton, P. F. Lubach and J. W. Salis
bury. Orlando was chosen as the meeting
place for next year.
Stiff Neck.
Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism
of the muscles of the neek. 1 1 is usual
ly confined to one side, or to the back
of the reek and one side. While it is
often auite painful, qnick relief may
be had bv applying t namoenain s
Liniment. Not one case of rheuma
tism in ten requires internal treatment
w hen there is no iever ana no swelling
as in muscular and chronic rheuma
tism, Chamberlain 8 Liniment will ac
complish more than any internal treat
ment, t or sale by Aekenuan -Stewart
Drug Co.
Torturing eczema spreads its burn
ing area every day. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops its spreading, instantly
relieves the itching, cures it perma
nently. At any drag store.
A GREAT RAZOtt SAI
2750
AND
13-0 0
IMPORTED
1,000 Fine Imported Rssors will be
razors are from one or ine leading imporaij y Ci'i. ..j.
Vt S l i big stock X ridiculous . figure Thej .rtnnt amjmMji .11
f, well known makes. Including the "W.d. Bufehsr, Brudlt. I X.U
1... .. ..... . li. d: d-.- "R.Hur." Lewi." Bio. Stael.
-. . , , . . 1 '
same identical razor, .s high as p SO and .0Q each . Everyj n1''
perfect, and set ready for use. Rvery razor so d that does no give trfect
satUfartion can be exchanged, q We call special attention to the BRANDT
RAZOR. This razor is lempereo "J Bccm
temper, ami is tuny guaranicro.
a.
WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE 1000 of the Genuine
BRANDT SELF-HONING RAZOR STROPS
TheM Strops are sold and advertised everywhere at $2,
OUR PRICE 97c EACH
The Bruxlt Self-Henln. Razor Strop Is the best razor strop on the ,
market to-dav. The only razor strop in the world that hones snd strop.
vour razor at the same timeand
ZZtirt .rienc-ed barber can
Stroo will put a keener edge on . razor with fewer strokes than .ay
other razor strop. Your razor will show, and your face will feel the
difference .toocc Crantrl MTH to bscoan Ward or (loarf.
Special in Safety Razors: Lt.VZ for 97c
Ackerman-Stewart Durg Co
E. T. REDDING
WITHDRAWS.
Business Interests Will Not Al
low Him to Yield to
Pressure.
As 1 have been so earnestly urged by
a great number of good citizens to be
come a candidate for the next Legisla
ture, and as business interests will not
allow me to yield to the pressure, I take
111 is method of thanking my friends for
the confidence expressed and giving
Ihem notice that I will not enter the
race. EUGENE T. REDDING.
LAKE COMO.
Dr. W. R. Mills has returned to his
home at Syracuse, N. Y. He was the
proprietor of the Highland House this
winter, and made hosts of friends here
who sincerely regret his departure. He
had to return earlier than expected ow
ing to business matters. The house li
still open, under the management of L.
C. Mainz.
A "silver tea" was held at All View
Cottage recently, and was a very suc
cessful affair. The sum of 65.6S was
realized. A fancy table in charge of
Miss Carrie Harman, was a decided suc
cess. A cabbage paten in cnarge 01
Mrs. I. D. Mitchell, who impersonated
"Mrs. Wiggs," and who recited "Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," caused
much laughter. L. C. Mainz sang sev
eral selections and received encores, as
he is a singer of exceptional ability.
Music by the graphophone also added
to the entertainment. Kelresnments 01
sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee were
served.
The Cooking Demonstrations.
Through the instrumentality of Mrs.
S. J. Hilburn, chairman of the commit
tee ot Household economics ana rure
Food, of the State Federation, and un
der the auspices of the Palatka Woman's
Club, Miss Agnes Harris, aean 01 me
department of home economics at the
Florida College for Women, gave a se
ries of lectures and demonstrations in
the preparation of foods in Palatka,
which extended from Friday the 1 1th to
Tuesday the 15th, in the room on Front
street specially arranged for the occa
sion. The meetings were very largely at
tended by the ladies of Palatka, who
certainly profiled greatly by Miss Harris'
lectures, and deft handling of the various
cooking utinsils and food compositions
while she talked.
Nothing more enjoyable has been
offered by the Womans Club during the
year.
"It is the purpose of the Palatka Wo
man's Club," said the president, Mrs.
Geo. E. Gay, "to form a department of
household economics in the club, and
this will be before the club at its meet
ing, March 25th, when it is hoped alt
members will be present. This will be
an open meeting, and all who are inter
ested, whether club members are not,
are urged to come."
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
About the size of your shoes. It's some sutis
fnctlon to know that ninny people can wesr
slioes a size smaller by slinking Allen's Foot
Ense, tlie antiseptic powiior. Into them,
.lust the thing for Dancing Parties, Patent
Leather Hlioes, nnd for breaking In New
Hhocs. When rubbers or overshoes become
necessarv and your shoes pluch, Allen's
Foot-Kase gives instant relief. Sold every
26c. Sample KHKK. Address Allen 8. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N. Y. Don't accept any sub
stitute. placed on sale at c.; Mch. These
1 fart. we. have been selling the
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p.we!"- -
enables you to obtain an euge wnicn
rive. The Brandt Self-Honing Rasof
$2.00 Razor Hones 97c
U.n OrJara . - J - -Ll ' As.,
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