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MEtsta Th e Palatka News and Advertiser. 'V Entered at the Palatka pogtoffice at fikilable matter of the second class. Published at Palatka, Florida, on Friday by . I RUSSELL G VICKERS. $1.00 Pr YearTn AdVance 117 South Second St. (phone 195. Win. A. RUSSELL, Editor. ' ' . ' JjjJXfJ e follow-. Aj3.0.Cod- . ' ' ' last is- y. i v " - I w1'01 i : ij' , i ' '. . I because f.w -4S . Iff news- .-j ws with 'l , ' : ISenator a ... ' fhis ar- ;. ' IThe De- i , . i-l Iws that I ' - jtionary. Ir. . . e Dem- . J 1 'when -, r , 1 J IFletch- .tv., . Wittee; . I F :- - I1 Hon- jf Am io was ' (L . "m i' when 'K J )f; ; v ( , ; wfe ! J . - Al'Kht- ( f Vince a '. The rion- r k Vj- ' . v, '. - "llself 1:1 fcl m-WTCTfc-ff" f VI Hon, Frank Hfrris, the veteran edi tor of the - Ocalo Banner suggests that the nomination of Frank L. Mayes of Pensacola for governor would more than anything else tend to the obliteration of factional poli tics in the State. Here is where the urbane and scholarly Frank Harris has hit upon a popular chord. The Palatka News and the Ocala' Banner are already united on. Mayes. By MARION Vlolllf V,een out. "i coiyrlKlit, Mixji Dixie's Jacksonville "Booster" edi tion more than met the high expec tations which had been created. It was a magnificent paper both as to matter and illustrations, and as Dix ie probably has the largest f il lation of any paper in the statej'the men ' of Jacksonville who helped to make the edition possible will reap the -benefit. It was good advertising for Jacksonville and good advertising for Dixie. ...... OF DEATH FOR ALL LOOTERS REBEL LEADER ISSUES DRASTIC ORDER FOR PROTECTION V-'f". OF FOREIGNERS. ' ; ' BAND OF REBELS EXECUTED All Storf 1 Confiscated in Chihuahua and Sealed-'iVlany :-rs Deserting. , , ThJfalatka News has made the timely discovery that W. C. Temple, suggested by the Tampa Tribune as a good3outh Florida man 'for -sen ator, is not a Democrat. It is ap palling to' think of elecr$p this care fuly concealed ItepubK' , to (i','Jne United States Senate by the votes of our nble Democratid' yeomanry, .and discovering when it was too late that he was a Trojan hjjvte. f That wouy have been a horsaB "the Democratic party, sure enough. WHHam Chase Temple you can now retire. You. have been unmasked in the nick Of time, and amid, the umbrageous soli tude's of your Orlando orange grove and the wreck -of your unholy designs upon the- pure, chastej virgin Demo cracy of F.orida . you can repe,nt of your sins and meditate-on the mu tability' of human affairs. Lakeland Telegram. " . . V. The Tampa Times of the 10th inst. had an edition of 144 Daees. It was the Annual holiday edition of that pa per," issujij'n advance of Christmas to enable advertisers the people and assist ming ah -opinion as to needs. The paper was well -fit, j with advertising and valu able news features with a great 'va riety of miscellaneous reading. As this is the busy season we have not had opportunity to go $ver the en tire paper in fact we have read but a few pages, Tbut it has been filed just Ion; to get them their by V,' . Chihuahua, liexi(jj5r-"Ahy one who hereafter loots or molests property ol fpreigners or Mexicans will be execut ed. The right to confiscate property will rest only with the Constitutional ist government" . Gen. Francisco' Villa Issued this or der as showing'1iB Intention to main tain strict military discipline. Aa an example he executed on the plaza a band of rebels who' had bsn . found gulty by .courtmartlal of fclng the home of a wealthy Mexican. While the six rebels were marched before the 'firing squad the stolen goods fere returned to the owner. ' All stores confiscated from the ex- pelU a Spaniards were closed and seal ed. Orders were given that no more goods .are to .be taken from, them This action was believed to have re sulted from the protest of the United States against the seizure of Spanish property. Already grat quantities of the goods, valued at several million dollars, had been utilized by the reb els. The remainder of tho property Is to be held pending an investiga tion as to whether the owners aided the Huerta government. General Villa proclaimed amnesty to Federal soldiers who would sur render and give up their arms. Many Federal troops are reported to have joined the rebels. Three hundred thousand pounds or rifle ammunition, and 500,000 pounds of artillery am munition were recovered from a lake east of Chihuahua, where they were hidden by General Mercado's evacuat ing Federals. : twSWiSI Copyright, 1913, by Am.rlcan Press : I -ioi) td w " " ... .1 o :n. u t - it., n. i nnSltlOIf viio ociicuaiy ui Hie JTtt- Aeeti ine u,-- - , v 6 v.- VC'l !fV.i. ..... rwml for at iwts DeUtwonally when we have a day off-and 1 f.'el Mile tlwt 4tu itup in hidiug aiinawnnP.. .a , the oming year at nor "Y,r ; 1: ng ago a preacher iiiieVe we can go through em state was featured in ,and get a pretty general papers because he chose to ft3 value by the ides of i $2,000 pastorate rather . tha one at $3,500. His ca.se, wa. blythe exception t-.proa do think of tM 1- TTfl KUAnnVAH UA "'Kn a'T'r.":,: a representa- loauty.one Dupont-Aetna powder $3,500, the road is generally , p . insiHlmla,v . . J-l l.-' l- I one. vervaimy. j impression that the Uta. ny m.uU.u "w'1" manufactured in this the $3,500 position if th. loc, dangerous when . a pleasant one T , - weeks oM that flt that It ,s his Christian duty s v careiessness in hand. his material advantage to do e,t the handler and The man with $3,500 a yirborhood fato the sk ter equipped for good work fayorite W"lk 6 'Wrines., and it usually gete-but $2000 J of the independenyt t IHe can feed and cfothi hi-t fa a .bunk.v The oeer, secur. -uva.ouge. . hfls informed the tion and refinement, devote hi Qf to his profession more dilhgentlj.,, r made not hare to scramble at some .& else to keep grits and bacort ar.oug than othef am nn OR nnnta n AaiiH ftK I'll . Fa, . r "i, proper respect for mas turkey. , . Th(j Pa,atka made Part of a preacher's Christian &n We ty, as of every other man, is to 1. out for the 'welfare of his wife , . . . , i of the btate are - He ought to have enough Wer the action. of is? enauie mm ui maKe a goou . , . . .... on, a former pas- v r-T" . VT, J ' T i- Conference of the h and it is perfectly" proper for h.m k, church South ky up a little against a rainy day j, q cmer for preachers, like other peopi . wlthdrew from grow old and helpless, and to t." , ,. . . i i. i embership in the shame of Christian people it.muS , , , . ,., . u usual for a min- be said that a worn-out preacher ,con WOrk of the mands little more thoughtful consif, , ... , .. . ... . .. ie does this and eration in this heartless world thai. .... . . , . , . , . withdraws from does a kicked-out shoe. t . . .. . tuutcu, It IS that either the a grievance, or The man who"- has to go into ai abject struggle to make a plain living is.1 not the magnet. to draw sinners toi mm, - 4-thft path of repentance. The minis- quested by the Dr. Atkisson to the Christian system and be good. There may be occasional excep tions, but as a ' general rule the . f ' - preacher ought to go "where he can . get the highest salary, and he is en ''; titled to boldly present that as a rea- J1 Jon for going. If he doesn't go he Tr iijust t0 nig famiy( 'to whom he - 1he first duty in this world, and - , ih to himself, for he cripples him- L3 now has a daily paper-- 1-the fit-TT- whiV hi for a year. year was ap- ce. This'Nyas strange, and pression that 4 the bishop rs used that ibc there is tig on behind 1 ibinet room. ikisson will e in busi- t among 0 pastor. Mrro" -vt ss wnai .isters, as vows of i t r . - A cXCl tfon'Mt to . noift the Alveu. there I a- i i L IH V afl i b v , raw! ; A. -Y .VJ.'t' rO "7 500 NATIVES DIE IN LAVA Terrible Details of Volcanic Eruptions on Ambrim Island. Sj'dney, N. S. W. Incoming steam ers bring terrible details of the re cent volcanic eruptions on the Inland of Ambrim in the New Hebrides group in which 500 natives lost tlioir lives. Witnesses of the disturbance describe It as having been so sudden and vlo lent that they expected to see the whole western side of the island dis appear. With a terrific roar, which was fol lowed with a rapid succession of artillery-like detonation, all the craters of tho volcano entered Into full activi ty, spouting flames and lava and throwing out huge boulders. Great streams of lava soon were rushing down the slopps, cutting oft the villagers from escape. In one In stance two torrents of the molten mass joined and made an island of one en tire section of a village. Here fifty or sixty persons perished. The scenes at night were aw&inspir ing. Flames shot into the air to a height of a thousand feet, illuminating the whole scene of destruction' The ocean seemed to boil as huge super leated masses of stone fell into the sea and streams of lava poured Into the bay. Dust from the craters gradually formed a black cloud which blotted out the light of the stars. The British hospital buildings were wiped out but previous to their de struction the doctors plucklly remov ed all the patients .to a launch and escaped with them. FULL VALUATION !S1T WANTED TAX . ASSESSORS CLAIM T AA COMMISSIONER'S PLAN WILL WORK HARDSHIP. CONVENTION IS PLANNED . Secretary Bryan In Florida. Jacksonville, Fla. Secretary of 3tate William Jennings Bryan, Mrs. Hryan and their little grandson ar rived here from Asheville, N. C, and spent the day with Mr. Bryan's cous in, former Governor W. S. Jennings. They left for Miami, where Mr. Bry an will see for the first time his new country home. In commenting upon the new currency law, Mr. Bry an said it was a sweeping victory for President Wilson and that It would prove of vast benefit to the country generally, the banks as well as tho people. ' Roosevelt Made Things Hot. Washington. Members of the diplo matic corps, especially representatives from the South American countries, were greatly interested in a report reaching Washington that former President Roosevelt and Dr. Marcial Martinez, at one time Chilean min ister to the United States, had clash ed .at Santiago de Chile on account of divergent views on the Monroe doc trine. The Chilean is reported have strongly dissented from the RoosNsVelt view that the much discussed docU.ue still ts a vital issue.. Murdered Aiding Daughter. Fort Plain, N. Y. Posses of depu ty sheriffs and citizens with blood hounds are searching the countryside for the man or men who murdered John Barrett aged 60, at his home near here, after they had heai his daughter, Katharine, 20 years old, Into insensibility. The father " was slain when he went to the aid of his daughter. The murderer or niur ers were after Barrett's money, a siderable sum, but this was hidden behind a ' all panel and was un- touched. i'. J. 5. yt "- 3 f 'v,-iV ti, . ' i;.H7 'I'll . wash rT ain't for mortal man to know The yaya of Providence! an' bo ,1 merely say it seems as though . It wa'n't exao'ly fair Vtiiea Cupid, with his burnin' darts, Has lighted up 'two lovin' hearts For Fate,. witlher.Jjambooalin' arts, " j Trf aeryf ate the pair. Now, thee was Cyras 5Lllen '5 case. When he had pome within. an aoe )t bein' winner in-the race ' For Kitty Warren's hand ? He stubbed his mind, as you might say. Upon a shadow, so that they . Were parted 'in the very way Deeeivlri' Fate had planned. It all begun when Kitty said She wished fhe had a plaster head Of Byron, for she'd read an' read The pieoes that he writ. So, Chris'mu's mornin', here it came, For Cyrus, with his heart aflame, Had bought the bust an' sent the same Anonymous to Kit. That night ho meant to toll his mind, But Fate had fixed it so's he'd find Two shadows on her window blind - That he misunderstood. "That's her an" Nathan Black," h6 said, "An' she's a-strokin' of his head." So, broken hearted, Cyrus fled ' An' quit the town fc good. If he'd "a" had the sense to wait He'd soon "a" knowed it wasn't Nate, But only Byron's plaster pate , That Kitty was earessin, For she was sure it came from Cy, An" that's the very reason why ; She fondled of it on the sly, . With all her heart confessin'. . SB- m 1) Duval County Tax Assessor Agrees With Statements Made by the Hillsborough Assessor. URGES U.SJ0P LINES POSTMASTER GENERAL BURLE SON FAVORS ACQUISITION BY GOVERNMENT. SERVICE SELF SUPPORTING Declares Postal Service Will Be Con ducted for Efficiency Rather Than Profit. WANT POWER OVER ROADS V ' - ' INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM MISSION RECOMMENDS FUR ' THER ACTION. Makes Vigorous Recommendation for Additional Powers Over the Railrof Js. Washington. A sweeping declara tion in favor of the principle of gov ernment ownership of telephone and telegraph lines and an assertion that the postal service now self-supporting for the first time since 1883, are features of the annual report of Post master General Burleson, transmitted to congress. Concerning the acquisition of tele phone and telegraph lines, Postmaster General Burleson says that the gov ernmeat hasi demonstrated its capacity to conduct public utilities, and, from his present Information, he ,is inclined clearly to the taking over by the post office department of the telegraph lines and, possibly, also, of the tele phone lines. Discussing that the post master general says: "A study of the constitutional pur poses of the postal establishment leads to the conviction that the postofflce department should have control over all means of the communication of in telligence. The first telegraph line in this country was maintained and op erated as a part of the postal service, and it is to be regretted that congress saw fit to relinquish this facility to private enterprise. "The monopolistic nature of the tel egraph business makes it of vital im portance to the people that it be con ducted by unselfish interests, and this can be accomplished only through gov ernment ownership. "The act of July 24, 1866, providing for the government acquisition of the telegraph lines upon payment of an appraised valuation and the act oi 1902 directing the postmaster general 'to report to congress the probjble cost of connecting a telegraph and tel ephone system yh the postal service by some feasil' : ilan,' are evidences of the policy otv, is government ulti mately to acquire and operate these electrical means of communication as postal facilities, as is done by all the principal nations, the United States alone excepted. "The successful operation of the parcel post has demonstrated the ca pacity of the government to conduct the public utilities which fall properly within tlie postal provision cf the Constitution." WashinEton Emphasizing the ne cessity for further action by the Fed eral government to rjrovide greater safety for travelers and employees upon American railroads, the inter state commerce commission, in its an nual report, submitted to congress, makes vigorous recommendations for additional powers over the physical construction and operation of the roads. The commission also recom mends that it be given authority to supervise the issue of railroad secur- ilties and some measure of control over the capitalization. Condition disclosed by the commis sion's investigation of railroad acci dents during the year present a situ ation, which, the commission believes, ought to be the subject of immediate legislation. Seventy-six accidents in vestlgi'Med comprised fifty-one colli sions V?d twenty-five derailments, and causedMhe death of 283 and the injury of 1,880 persons. Commenting upon these facts, ,the report says: " "The commission again is compelled to no"te the exceedingly large propor tion of traift accidents due to derelic tion of duty on the part of employees Fifty-six of the accidents investigated during the year, or nearly 74 per cent, of the whole number, were directly caused by mistakes of employees, These mistakes were of the same na ture as those noted by the commission in its last annual report, namely, dis regard of fixed signals; Improper flag ging; failure to obey train orders; im proper checking of train register; mis understanding of orders; occupying main track on time of superior train; block operator allowed train to enter occupied block; disaptcher gave lap order or used improper form of order; ow-ator made mistake In copying or der; switch left open in f,0e of ap proaching train; excessive7 peed; fail ure to identify train tlyA was met. "These errors are exactly the ones which figure in the causes of train accidents year after year." Jacksonville Considering the rul ing of the state tax commission, re-' questing a full cash value' assesment of all property, will work a hardship on the taxpayers of the state, the tax assessors of five counties have sign ed the call originated by A. L. Tur ner of Jacksonville, tax assessor of Duval county, February 1, 1914, in Jacksonville, to be attended by the assessors and county commissioners of the state. Tax Assessor 8. E. Sparkman of Hillsborough county has adaressea the tax commission on this pertinent sub ject, showing how the proposed plan will work and how it will attect taxpayers. A. L. Turner states that the results in this county will be Just as pronounced. A copy of the statement and of the letter were received by Tax Assessor Turner, as follows: v ' - . Tampa, Fla. Honorable Tax Com mission, Tallahassee, Fla. Gentle men: In replying to yours or the 10th instant, I cannot say that I am able to make a definite reply Just now, as, under the existing laws to assess at what you might consider a full cash value would wor,k an injus tice on the taxpayers. - As I understand the law you do not have the power to reduce the mlllage. you can only recommend, and in some instances the mlllage can only be changed by an enactment of the leg islature and by an amendment to the Constitution, for instance the one mill school tax, as provided for by the Con stitution, the state board of health tax, which is one-half mill, the coun ty school tax, which cannot be less than 3 mills or more than 7 mills, and In case they should ask for 7 mills I do not think you would have the pow er to overrule them. The Epecial sub- school tax districts, which are fixed by a vote of the people, and the mill- age is 3 mills in this county, and some are bonded for the purpose of building schcolhouses, and the mlll age for the bonds is 5 mills, making a total of 8 mills in school districts that are bonded. Now supposing that the property for Hillsborough is assessed at one-fourth of its cash value for 1913 as you claim some counties are assessed at at one quarter of their cash value, . if I in crease the value four times we would pay considerably more taxes for 1913 than for 1912 unless you have the power to reduce the mlllage for all funds as shown on a separate sheet, which I am enclosing, using a ?500 valuation for 1913, which would be $2,000 valuation for 1914 if we consid er Hillsborough county assesssed at one-fourth its full cash value for 1913 I consider that your ruling request ing a full cash value assessment would work a hardship on the taxpayers of the state of Florida. Yours very respectfully, S. E. SPARKMAN. PROGRESS MADE IN MILLION FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES The Plan of Procedure for New Sub-Districts Formed. Gettin Lived in One Spot 100 Years. Statesboro, Ga. Prigen Beasley, one of the oldest men in Georgia, was buried near his home in this county. Mr. Beasley was born in Bulloch coun ty and lived in the same spot for over a hundred years. He was born in a Imp year, on February 29, and though he has seen 100 summers, he has had but twenty-five actual birthdays, this date falling every four years. On his ono hundred anniversary he was giv en a celebration which was attended by 1,500 people. He was at that time in 'the best of health. . Worthw Man of Force, There is always room for a man of force, and in turn, makes room I tor many. Society Is a troop of think- j erg, and the best heads among them 1 Jake the best places,- A feeble mail ' can see the farms that are fenced and -1 tilled inJ l..,. ... a strong man sees"1 caretu and farms. His "" bless tates aa fast as t tue ' V Eiuersr There is . -tt'lcsrnph trml-- 4111 f.x'k. Here's the ' EHi'Vpil the cc" ' , I Wheezing in the lungs indicates that iU :m is obstructing the air lasted , for Trf nhleg"' ..,t SO 9 7 w ,t X Will Settle Question of Boundary. Florence, Italy. The international commission for the deliberation of the Albanian frontier has decided unani mously to abide any decision which may be reached in London. To Exempt. Assistant Postmasters. Washington. All assistant postmas- fers will be exempted from the civil erv unuer me posioince appropri ation bill, completed by the house committee ou postofflces and to be reported immediately after the holi day recess. The Democrats of the committee voted to put Into the meas ure a provision substantially similar tb the one in the sundry civil bill un der which deputy collectors and dep-ut-rTirshals were exempted from civ il service". "Trre' ui,i-earr approxi mately igaa.ooo.ooo. ,Uhlng la all right nitlrely gone from iirative, healing livers (with We guarau fasta ard to dlctnal effects. T skin troubla arnntoe It. Lived Up to the Injunction. Pedestrian "Here, why did you Btrike that boy!" 1'rchln "He hit jae first." redestriivt7"9',v don't yoc kno Jacksonville. If plans preparing by Duval county school board and the committee of thirty authorized by the people to act as an advisory board and assisting body to the board meet no setback, by early spring Jaokson ville will see begun the first of its new modern fireproof buildings. The special committe of the school board, J. C. Cooper, Jr., and W, Stockton have decided to devote special attention and care to looking Into the legal status of the situation and with advice from other attorneys have decided on a course of action which Is believed will make for suc cess from the start of the work. It was proposed at the meeting the school board that an election be called and the old subdistricts, estab lished some six years ago, and never utilized for bonding purposes, be vot ed out of existence legally and formal ly. This action will clear the field any complications that might arise due to the questionable existence these districts. Then, too, it is said, these district lines were not drawn to the best advantage, and if they were retained would not give the re sults that are desired in this new bonding proposition. One Swallow Docs Not Make si . Summer: ' I lseiner. V I Clr- 1 1 & J I , , . ; ., I if m i if By HOLL AND one . ad' does not ness success, t who sees one early spring bird Is the tt coming sum low niny time, aud , blow, but , return wit and tho s coine. bore V , ttlnlfl 4 thai .fl y hii r," w'efmKluiil ar to (tie I'MllMM mi ftp jflarcu A. D., One adf of said Mil make yy you W( ''that thi Order be ,Jf-,k for eight ennsecu It will H'llBlka News aud Ad It brings tiiy.Mhed In , & ture tht will bt, 0,n, ; pect or desire. Koi. , ;j - '? other ndveitlsemti.'- . J-; soon the sun Of pros, will bring 'the summer ; business growth. You do not expect to do all "' the business of the week In one day. , Vou do not expect to do a mouth's business lu a week or a year's business tn a month. Then do not expect to do a week's advertising In , a dny or to advertise so much In. a' week that your business ; will be kept booming for a month. . ,. ,; ' . ' CONTINUOUS ADVERTIS ING BRINGS RESULTS.' City Built on 8ecure Foundation. - . Naples is built chiefly of a soft vol canic rock called tufa, which is easy to work and yet shows remarkable roaAaia nna in KomnraanlAtl nnilaf thet weight of buildings. Nails can be driven Into it without difficulty bat it "v - stands the strain of use in high walla as well as much harder materia la Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, 111 surelv destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system wnen emerinB 11 ihrnnvh . th mucous Burfaces. Such artleles should never be used except on prescriptions irom repuiauis Blf-innB. aa the damage they will do IB en fold to the Rood you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrn Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood ana mucous surm of the system. In buying Hall's Ca tarrh Cure be sure you gtet ine nen uine. It Is taken Internally and mado In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 7.o. per bottle. ' Take Hall 8 Family mis iur constipation.. FREE! FREE!. $30.00 I1U GOLD You have a chance to win. Ask for com plete information regarding this contest which closes Jan. 2nd. SANITARY PRESSING CLUB SUSIE DURHAH, DYEING, PRESSING, RENOVATING Ladies' and Gent's Suits Made to Order. All Work Guaranteed. ' 409 Lemon Street. Palatka, Fla. ' U.LOPIR BAILEY, President. Walts a Hililakd Becv.and Treas. The G. Leper Bailey Co Fire Insurance. , i. Leading American and Foreign Companies Life Insurance: Marine Insurance: The Leadimg Companies A.11 Claims Promptly Settled. 117 Lemon Street Palatka, Florida wmmmmmmimmMmMMmmmmt J SMITH'S 1 Homemade Candies. AIko Agent for : Huyler's and Park & Telford Candies. Fine Pipes, Cigars and Tobaccos. I la. A. SMITH, J J FtlMka, Florida. j The city council at the regular meeting In Ocala made sweeping re ductions in the rate of both light and water. Electricity for lighting was reduced from 8 cents per kilowatt to 6 cents, and the minimum rate of $1.50 as reduced to l. For power, heating and cooking the old rate of 4 cents was changed to S. The British steamer Mascara, after a voyage of forty days, arrived in Pensacola from Chile, bringing a car of eight thousand bag of nitrate bt soda. THE PJlF.sHiK'RIAN CHURCH J. H. HimsbeVbfr, Minister. The birth of Chnist Jesus our Lord is an event that will ever be celebrat ed as the greatest tn history. In the Presbyterian, church on hunday l. H. Chrift morning - Kev will conduct A In the eveni Christrnsi Hunsberger as serv"- a musical When Nat A nation vlE. ttnoiiHi mtH1 Nvw Ho ut h Fnrnv roi-poratlon uuil The Bnnuiii m of N Hou'h orpoi'Htton uW r t .f Htockholderfl of Home fmnpRuy, ' h s of Florida, of the Htockholdeni tut Home t'omnVt htt ihws oi rtnndft, Ut Ih hflil st the offices of the com im Hnnrrt Nnttonttt Hnnk BuHdUitf, Jh.'U sonvtllH, FtorKtH, on Wtdntdny, junuHrv lith. iwi. convening at lt o'clock a. m , for th miriMMM of eh ci iiitf n Bnurd of IMrw ttrt, to rtwRo and act utnn the ifio(s of the otttrrof 11m ortat ion. to c UHidr and rinw or ulsanprovw ttm actum of until ofTiccrs nd difvciors int t tost anntiiil mwnnc hud forth ln?t?Rfttt iVof DR. F. E. JENKINS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Hickman-Kennerly Block, PALATKA. FLORIDA. IMPROVED PHQFERK For Sab. V. 4 Acres land, "ViVen that 4 room hewt of Tai OertlBrate p jj 4 , ist day of July A. I)., mil n-iid certlftcate In my office, made &Dillc&tlon fur Ins tiut.il to IsaUe In accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the Inc described property, EJutnam county, Florida, W;ofKwofHw. Bet-lion S, Yowlialilp II 30 Acrea. The said land belr date of Issuance of s i tb name of A. A. V ' t'nless Bald c deenit ii aocordl IftKue lh-reon O' A. !.. W.s. . Wltnea.1 ,-- ' T .