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ELECTRIC LINE BETWEEN .
FLORIDA AND TENNESSEE Capitalists Visit Jacksonville in Inter ests of New Interurban Road. Jacksonville. Capitalists from Geor gia and Tennessee were in Jackson ville conferring with local people upon the proposition of building a great electric interurban line between Chat tanooga, Tenn., and Jacksonville. The new road would touch Atlanta, Macon, Cordele and other larg ecities betkeen the two terminals and would open up toe country to hourly transportation. The most modern cars, it is planned, will be used on this line. It is pro posed to put on sleeping coaches for the night travel such as are used on seme of the interurban roads in Indi ana. The line is to be built through the richest section of the three states. Freight or express cars are also in cluded in the equipment of the pro posed road. This means that the com pany is planning to carry all manner of freight from one point to another along the line. These express trains would be run every two or three hours, while the passener service will be op erated upon a twenty-five or thirty minute schedule. Several different styles of trains are to be operated, i. e., locals, express and specials. The local trains will stop to take on and let off passengers at all cities, towns, and cross road sta tions. The fast express trains will make faster t'me and stop only in the larger cities. These are to be used by through passengers, of which the capi talists visiting here believe there will be a large number. The specials would be those trains for special par ties making special trips from one city to another. STATE NEWS NOTES The people are preparing to handle 150,000 people during the Confeder ate reunion at Jacksonville. May 6, 7 and 8. Congressman Frank Clark has in troduced a bil lto appropriate $25,000 for a monument to Osceola, the great chief of the Seminoles. It is now understood at the postof- flee department in Washington that a THE STATE BANKERS' ASSO CIATION IS TO BE HELD Florida Bankers Will Hold Annual Meeting in Lakeland Shortly, INDIGESTION OVERCOME Overcome by Simple Remedy. For County Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. To the Votem of Putnam county: ..I T will ho nr. t.hrf following nlsr-ea na I hereby announce myself a candl-1 "" , , - r - Ante for the nfflr of Count V Treasur- named OeiOW IOf me PUrPOSB 01 taK- Hurried and careless habits of eat;er, subject to the approval of the ing Tax Returns, and as all Assess- uemoc auc primaries, i win greatly or8 have instructions to assess at 50 appreciate the support of my demo- . ,-, ,-,. vi,. u i ut- ciatic fellow citizens. percent Full Cash Value it is better Dr. H. R. ESTES. that vou meet me and make return. Palatka. Jan. 15.th, 1914. u the Law rhvs: "Nn Rebate is Al- To the Democratic Voters of Putnam 10wea wnere you iaii to make return. County: BOStwlcK ana April ing, Irregular meals and foods that do not harmonize, tend to weaken the digestive organs and result In different forms of stomach trouhle. Lakeland. According to the an- if you are one of the unfortunate nouncement Just made, the twenty- trho have drifted Into this condition, first annual session of the Florida ! eat simple foods only, slowly, regu State Bankers' Association will be ' larlv and tnkn Vinnl n..r doHr-in,,.. postmaster at Jacksonville probably heId in Ulls :ty durinS the latter part C0(j ijTer and Iron tonle will not be aDDointed until after th o APril- Arrangements are being Mrs. W J Smith Thnm.n. n Florida senatorial primaries. Senator made to make the meeting one of the Bayg. r guffererl' from a Btomacn' Fletcher is in Florida busily engaged st successful ever held, and with troub,e( va8 tlred worn out d ner. in his Drimarv fleht. Nothing i ho. this en ln view the officers of the a ,,,, ,,..., ..... lng done toward making, the appoint- association have succeeded in putting Vmoli My Btomacn trouble g00 d,s. ment, ana me department Is devoting " . ui a uum- appeared and now I eat heartily and vTL h.nti, ,,i 7. " Have a perfect digestion and I wish in fcVtI'y way possible I hereby announce myself a candi- San Mateo 12th April date tor the olhce of County Treasurer e, f t,io).i, irn, -; in the Democratic primaries, and I , .a A , Apr 1 earnestly and respectfully solicit your Federal Point 16th April support. , . 1 . Palatka 20th to 25th April inclusive GEO. F. BULLARD, . For County Assessor. I lax Assessor JPutnam Co its attention to other cases At the mPfltm nf th n,,,i circles for addresses. The -nhorc' a.oio,.rt hi ..... r...... meeting will open on April 24, and will teachers' association, held in the Duval high school, Stipt. F. A. Hathaway an nounced that he intended to organize a summer sojiool to provide for in struction in all the subjects of the continue through three days. The annual convention of the Flor ida Retail Hardware Association will every tired, weak woman could have Vlnol, for I never spent anv monev la my life that did me so much good." I again ask the support of the voters of this County for the otllce of as- NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OK acaaui, tt.nu I promise my worK to oe A i?t v w it w II I I olefin. elenr nnrt pnnLntlniKi aa K r 1 I r. IV II H rore. and in comnlvlnir with the new m. i snail work for vonr ntruats to wnom ii mny concern : Ible. l nine nuui e mm me pui inersuip nereio R(.oronfniiv (ore existing: between the underpinned, do G. F. BULLARD Ing business under the rinn nuiue and style . ' of Cale TeatT Furniture compiinv, lias Fnr Tnv CnUnMn - Uii day heen dissolved by the withdrawal rur laX VOlieCtO.. otW.T. Hum I, well (mm ml. I nuna,.nln The recovery of Mrs. Smith was T the Democratic voters of Putnam and that the business heretofore conducted i. .1. .. . nMtnf... oy mm miiTiiersinn wi i ueren ier he eoti- uue to me comhlned action of the , "'' . ... . . .. . ducted by O.U. fugle and Austin L. Teaff, public schools as h-h as alcebra that be heId ln Galnosvir.e May 6 and 7, .M., Thl li . . 'lce of Tax Co ector, Putnam County, yie, the snid renminliiK purtners assum f . ..! ,?V !.eb: tb,at notices to this effect havlne been mail- aiiei. by th.9 Wood maklnS and resnectf ullv ask vour ,nnnrt 7 !.".Bl1 .!ll.""Ut'8. '?r !' ""."I? r . said lte . mi. . , - - i. ct . uiirinersmp ana nuvinif lull runt and your past support power to collect and receive the debts to It . I Wa i.Orn ITInrl.Tu b-Dh-imm. 11. 1AH mnnov I K. J. HANronic . r ?'""' " every time .Vlnol falls to benefit. P. S, is thn Riihlppta rsnniron1 hv ,11 , eueti iiavuig Deen man- f : -"- aim respectiuuy asi tne su"Jecls required by a.l the ert tn th. .. ,. strength creating properties of tnnin. nonwmff. crad for cert ficatpa. .. . . . -""6 J tlon by G. E. Noblit, secretary, from , . ' . culea in Vlnol. i am yours very truly, his office ln Tarpon Sprines. ,ri11 retura the purchase money I R- f- I'alatka, Fla. grade for certificates. In St. Petersburg George B. McMil. Ian is looking for a Miss Elliott, to whom he wishes to return a silver By the Civil war claims bill report- medal awarded to her while she was a ed to the senate in Washington by tasr ,and be6lns healing at once. u.. .u uic ouun. luauiuie in senator Bryan of Florida, St. John's 1849 for the best crochet hat. The Episcopal church of Jacksonville is suiy oi me present owners acqu.sl- allowed $12,000 damages, and other in- tinn flf (llA mpilfll lq ndo nf tha nHmic . w.. aiiLuuoiis anu ciuzens oi tne state are ouiv.va.iB ui uie i;vii war. e was in allowed claims. uie sixieentn Wisconsin Kegiment, un- doc Chaimian nn .1.. 1 it was in Columbia. February 14. 1865. WIRELESS WAVES. One of Sherman's "bummers" stole the Our SaXO Salvo Stops itch- For Suprrvtnor of HeKlHtrotlon. C 0. CAGLE. A. Ij. TEAKF, W. T. SOUTHWELL. "t-lt'ATlOV In the Circuit Court, Kluhth JudicJi cuit, Putnam Ooontv KlS!"1 IN CHAJJCEUY V, P. Hanna, Oomplnlnant, . vs. Fiaok Hanna (Minor) and Aunie Lou Hanna (Mi,10r) : RIM For P. """a It appearing by iimdavlt a MljenUea to tb, bill tiled in the above stat.il ,7 Annie ixiu Manna(MlnorHinen(ti.LI.,ul. Hilts therein named Is a non-resldrni . Htate of Florida, and Isaresh tni ! b' Columbia County, (State ot (ieorai,, , '! she ib a minor and under tne B"e of P ' nne joins, mm mux mere is no ii.ii the Hiaieol Florida, upon whoiut ' oIKubpiena would bind such I rLz!i if It Ik therefore ordered Unit snld no,r; dent Defendant be and she Is 1,,'S quired to appear to the Hill f UonmU! filed In s ilii cause on or be ore Mo,,, ".l" tit 11 da.v of April, K.l). mil. other,?,; t alluiriillrm. nf e.IH I.I 1 1 nl 1 1 i... .... iessed by sld KVendant l"hl'" It Is luriher orderi-d that this Order k published once a week for four eoinetuiif weeks In the Palalka News and A,u;"" a newspaper published ln said County IJ Witness my hand and offlelitl i ni the S.ith day of February, 1HI4 u (SEAL) HENRI MUTCHIXmv Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co.. ii, J III IIUII.IIIIIDUI1, III., U. C Messrs Calhoun & Calhoun, Holk-Uori for Complainant ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. VCKER MAN-STEW ART DRUG CO.. I'nlntka. Florida. ORIGIN CF THE TELEPHONE. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam NQ'llCB FOlt PUBLICATION, i:uuiuy; I am a eandldntp fnr rn.nnmlnnllAn I Department of the Interior. N. LAND OKFICK at Gainesville. in the coming primaries for theTfnce ktfZf " G of Supervisor of ReKlstration for Put- "Si ? Is hei.J ri , 'tT'supnol t1 o'f "U refa?,y ,aPPrP; HrYa"o,a".en, Kiorut who late tne suppoit of my friends and hers iikw ,u,iu u,,J,i l... It Sprung From nil's Efforts to Teach the Deaf to Speak. Professor Alexander Oriibiuo Bell is reported to have explained lu a lev that Boyd nl' frlonria or.A 1 i ,uutvuii l, ... " . " CUM MM,- 7. IUIH. 111H.II1 H Iltlll-Mlllll l.'tPir Ud. . past favSrs'rin, Thank,ns ' fr No. MlT. for Hof NWJHH5"of NX sincerely Tours, HENIS FETERMANN. For County CummlnNtoDer. tine how be tuine to Invent the tele- To., ,e..v nil'i .f ,he. Thlrd Commis ..i.... .n sioners District, Putnam County: i win De a candidate for the nm Illume us follows: My father Invented a nymliol bv !!LViurty.,c?rnml88loner from the Third . . UIDU 11 1. i-uinam countv. In the nn- es .uilld ronverse. aud proaching- primaries, and I renLf,riP.. Hectlon 21. Township H South,4 Kaiijie 26 """i iniittimssee miTiiiiiiii, nas nieu notice Of Intention to make Flve-mur Pr.wr In establish clulin to the land abovedescrlued iieiore negisier anu Keceiver. at Gaines ville. Florida, on the Uth da.v of April, 1W4. uioiiiibii, iiniiifsH. rv ibneniieB: W. H. Price. 01 Harlem. Florida. K. F. Link, of Harlem, Florida. W. D. Hunter.ol Harlem, Florida, lvau Buhannon.ol Harlem, Florida. HISNHY B. CHUBB, Register. NEW SUPPLY OF SPONGES MAY BE FOUND IN GULF Tarpon Springs Fisherman Thinks He Will Locate Valuable Banks Near Coast. SL Petersburg. A new source of supply of sponges may be found in the gulf near St. John's Pass as a result of the investigation now being con ducted by Nicholas Corflas, a wealthy Greek from Torpon Springs. Corfias believes that sponges beds will be found on the coral reefs ten to twelve miles from St John's Pass in the gulf. He and an expert sponger from Tarpon Springs arrived here and went to Mitchell's Beach, where they se cured a launch and went out on their tour of discovery. Corfias came here and spent the day at Mitchell's Beach, and while walking along the gulf shore he found some fine sponges and at once concluded that there must be a sponge bed some where close by. He came back again with the necessary Implements with which to search for sponges. He uses a sort of telescope contrivance that enables him to see the bottom even In very deep water. Mr. Corfias says ORDER VOU PUBLICATION It oet urred ,0 me to make a Com&e'D. ' the F"S, 'cXtufiriVonl.Vr.d' C'r that would etiahle one to hear AA 'P6. request of my friends. I hav IN ph axtii-bv vihrations. I went to nu aurist. nud nomination for the office of If" a. C.Zeigler, Complainant, he advised uiv to take the human ear Commissioner for the First District .V luiK'liiue I ns my model. Me supplied me with a dead niuu's ear. aud with this ear I I shall iinrHnt. th Mae ZelKler. Defendant democrats, and if elected I will cnntin. Mil for Relief. , e,'Y? the Interest of Putnam . f appearing by affidavit a medal along with a lot of other loot Pux,in8 Problems With Which Scien from homes and eave to Mr. McMillan Mave ,0 Contend. He earned it with all through the re- Whnt We aou t k'AUW ulM1,, wireless mamder of the war and during his wernpny is r.;u uy rar the lurger which, deaf unites travels since. Now he wishes to re- part of that wietice. Practical efforts dually I Inveuted au unnuratus bv gol'cit the support of the Democratic turn uie meaai auer carrying it 4!) to ut- this means of cominuiil' ation wlm U the vi.,rations of si.ewh could THnMia wAronx, vonrit ... j . 1 1. - .. . . I " " " ure roTMiiuLLv uaiunerea nv aimciiiries 1 "e ri:eii. uuu 11 lurneu out iu ueu teie- upon tne petition or judge Worley ,i,.,f ,.. ,.,., ,,. phone of Miami, who presented petitions Hn,. 1... ....t,r. oinncH h mnfa lhnn n V...n- 1 Hl 1 ,T 'H"'-. mil ri-ii n II- residents. Governor Trammell wanted btH",,se the-v "re ut...Hl. an order stavine Uie execution of Pilar. ror sanipie. tne euara. tei ization ot ence Daly, who was under sentence to tne "'" ,,swl lu wireless telegraph.v hang in Miami UDon conviction on as "t-tiOc-lal is Justified hecniise the charge of a serious nature, ecution will not take weeks, if it takes place Jacksonville now has the American Red Cross of the national body th hnflrrl nf trnrlo rnntn. w. wv. .v.a uj iianca - iuuir iiuniiious to lie ueuro iitin on. i n Tntivo.. , Trr.Ulrmnn rtlroptrvr r.t tho Or,tt, A f. I Qei'StOl'm Witllill tllOUSimdS of m It's . j , . . . . . n,.nr..t. E... UCK.EK. "w ' v WUUL" .... ucir.uiuu. i luoiuilt 11 1 nineed a lie - Dv-U"11' i-cu. loin. 1H14 lantic division of the organization. 11 "v ""KKesteu tuat uie.v are oi nltt , ()f . c.M.u iC..eLii.u uiiyiu. pemaiis tile ,.,,,,,, i ..,,, ot t. -i eood treatment fnr a cnM oottlo ,cml eierincui uisiuruuuces in tne ... ,.. to ,, ..,, " -V. '"'",,OB,".nt,r. " the Second Con, iofj? DERRICK'S RED s"- lenIoUH speculators have "The telephone arose from uiv at- i "T announce' mys'Ta'candf: th.,1,"?" "" f-",nd "nd " l this, PEPPER PORUS PLASTER aDnlied en attributed them to the .Martians ,,., . ',. 1. " ... . .. da.tL'..for that otllce, and I resnectf?, u" i'i'A"' ' i.'i'nU.'y-'"H o the chest to draw out inflame or some other of our planeU.ry ue!Sb- 3. ' fl m " T7. "l, " irX" C.rcuHrt PHSW I I J'H CH-I, 1 tf .1. .. , - r "v.i.i.h Ulllllil V, I li.. T.I IT. . " ' - " iiurs, PI ended to the tivimi'iiiiuiitiwi uni ni,.. i,. i.... !. i "ii.j' n i lie verv npsr nf tv.- nKiii4... i uiu nieu iinnflhm-ivtiiiDii,.u.,,...i.u. i...l and the ex. l"r " ' ' "st""t "? apparatus I found that the dead man's 5 C' AERa W, !lnL fr"'n?S? place for three 1 ' v or eur dowll vibrations. BV" of the First Commission. ' -. resident of HarrtshurLr' pVn, W-' at all. u"01" e know u..t.nnB .., arriveU llt . ,vlM.ilwloll tu. u . i' , JStL county: - I v -' !? l'l"? .L a chapter of or next to notiiing. ome ot them are t.0ld make iron vibrate on a dead gSt Commissioner fVom theirs . This branch d,,e """louhtedly to llKbtnliiX. but they .. ear , ,,,. mk , fm'ri i'1" democratic v ? '? te''i d.'j''' .'' !'nd- was organized at ,l,e '""tinuously rolling In on antenuae more u te the support of an' tKTerSW: I'femlai.t K ..heTh?rrt vT , ro,i pro periy tuiiea wueti there is no thun- I .i n..... . . . . rJ"'lrlc;- - - Miinred io appear to the Hill of Conmiiiint I neti ill said cause nn nr hi.lfir.. ...I.... ti... 6th day of April, A.l). 1IU4. " luriner orueied that this Order he ectl ic Havlntr been requested by some nf l'ub'ls',M' pnee a week for four consecutive and my friends to make the race for Cm.n WB'ks ln the Palm ka NewMiiul Advertiser. ty Commissioner from the Second Com! ePP'- Published in said County and In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judleli' Circuit, Putnam County, Florida. in inancery. Addle Murray ) Will Murray ) It appearing by affidavit appended ts the bill filed in the above stated caun that Will Murray, the defendant there, in named, his residence is unknown iiiui i.e . uver me age i twenty-one years, and that there is no person 1 the State of Florida. UDon whom 11. service of Subpoena Wuuid bina sucafe Defendant; it is therefore ordered that W saiu Defendant De and he is hereby rei quired to appear to the Bill of Com. plaint filed ln said cause on or before MONDAY, the 4th dav of Mav. A. D. 1914 otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said De- lenuaiii. It is further ordered that this Ordr be published once a week for Eight consecutive weeks in the Palatka Newi and Advertiser, a newspaper published in said County and State. witness my hand and official Seal this, the 24th day of February, 1914, (Seal) HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk Circuit Court By Henry Hutchinson Jr., D. C. v C. E. Gutterldfre, Esq., Solicitor for Complainant. tion, and KAU.APn'S nnnu HOUND SYRUP tfi relay tthfnn-c You get the two remedies for the price of one by buying the dollar size iiorcr.ouna byrup; there is a parns r.iaster free with each bottle. SoiLJ oy iiCKerman-stewart Drug Co. Astronomy. But the fact Is thai we don where they come from or bow they are generated. Tbey manifest themselves In the shaiH of troublesome noises in r iue leiei'iiiMie receivers at wireless tel egraph stations. Another puzzling question, perhaps of more practical ? ueiu- Hrose f.n ,u.v knowledge not of elec- V0Ttf'rs. at. 'J1? aPProachlng- primary trl.it.v. but as teacher of the deaf. Plef,7heeVhSi;0countty tolhV he0, f know Had I I an .He.ni Ian I would not ability. CUnty t0 the best of havi- iittemiitiMi it " ResDectfullv. J. H. WILLICAN. Viv H l-l,,i..,l..., 1.. t" .-, Hllburn &"Merryda " ' Solicitor for Complainant. rhiM In tha PnttuH S2tf.. I. , I - ".- wui.vru ..4l,cn ILUI'ITa, U.'tV i"B B'w "'y on rocas, ana to fina tbe nortn gtar fropj tbe ,nt. that hA moat first finI n rrwVv rttntn j,, .... ... I .. . T ,i j 1 em 01 we aipper, duc no cuila can .l is ueiievea mac me sponges will De found, if at all, near the grouper banks. l ! A L. . . ' . Lue.c e.e mouey 10 De maae Importance to the wireless worker, is u " irou, everyoooy wouia be the action of the weather on bis trains studying it About all we can see is W!lveS( Wnen signa Is bave lZC a"lthe.r!.,"! thU' they dMnmi to travel tbe weather ihrL.i me uiiuriniiuiUlUK. DdYVl V Builds Up 1 This is the work of Ayer"s Sarsaparilla. strength. Power. Keserve. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. LSwwm !;y?tel" of D'strict No. 5, Putnam We the undernln-nol resnectmn8n8'"""P.!sr'c I1 nd will conttUn not only n lartre I'eiiy ;as a candidate for re-elec'tloii as swimming linsln. but also sand, air infi r pHnrai ." ",M,U w. H. Wo,aieyraCh" r"1 8"n h"MlS' The h0t Watr wl All Kinds of Baths For Everybody, A new ciiiiiiniinal bath Is projected for Vienna. It will he over K(KJ feet often plays havoc with them In wovs as yet not well understood Tbe dif ferent carrying capacity of the ether V. T Johnsnn A. Johnson, v. . Merriam, J. E. Tillis, R. U. Tillis, F. F. Jerkins. O. C. Husband, The Wrong Heart. "Mr. Bubklns," said the proud fattier. shakiuK the young man -warmly by the hand, "let me tell you that you are a man after my own heart" "Oh. no. sir." protested the blushing suitor: "I'm after your daughter's!" London Answers. appreciate the statement that this star is distant from the earth 210.000.000. 000.000 miles two hundred and ten trillions! A railroad train traveling at one mile a minute would have to run without stopping for 479.000,000 years iu order to traverse this dis tance. If light really travels 187.500 miles a second a ray from the north star would be thirty-six years in reucmug the earth. FOR SALE 17 acre place on Lake Crescent 11 miloc u. v. Price in uie anytime ana at nlgfit Is another n iwe como and A.U.I. R.R.; 2.1 To the DemocraTi7 i L. J. Stokes, W. G. Weeks, R. A. Tillis. B. A. Barrinprton, J. J. Simmons, Ij. AI. Baldwin, L. Price. be supplied by electrical means. ORDEK FOR PUBLICATION In the Circuit Court, MIkhth Judicial Clr. cult, Putnam County, Florida, IN CHANCERY Cat. Smith, Complainant, . vs. Bertie Wilkinson, et al, Peleudant, Bill to Correct Mistake ln Deed. It appearing by alfldavlt appended to the, bill hied in the atiove stated cause that J. E. Hancock, one of the defendants there ln named is a non-resident of the Urate ot Florida, and is a resident of Birmingham, Alabama, thai said J E. Hancock Is under the age of twenty. one years, and that there Is no person In the Bta'e of Fiorina, upon whom the service of Huliniena would him! such Defendant ; it Is therefore ordered ihnt said non-resident Defendant he and he Is hereby required to appear to the Bill of Complaint tiled in said cause on or before, Monday, the Hth da.v of April, A.I), luu, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said Defendant. It Is further ordered that this Order he. published once a week for lour consecutive wei-ks In the Pnletka News and Advertiser a newspaper published In said Countv and' State. Witness my hand and official seal this, the Sfith day of February. IH14. (SEAL) HENRY HIITCHTNS.1V Clerk Circuit Court. Putnam Co., Fla. ay a. -Hutchinson. Jr.. D. C. Messrs. Calhoun A Calhoun fconcitors for Oomplulnant. practical problem still awaiting defi nite solution. New York Post. acres being finest truck land. New woven! No 4: of District FLYING BULLETS. wire fencing. Flowing well of purest , I.wl" be a candidate for re-election water. Steamboat dock on place; half f?oin D?strCetVn0,inty Commissioner hour run with launch to Crescent Pitv 91 n?nr?J??,2'J- 4' ,!"Ject to the nr.. m Poio, i,o i ,i . .j..-..,1 ...in, r.. il honor- ........,.. n.,u nut. kiuuuui snipe poamon 1 snail cont nil to lake. Can get heavy flow artesian n?v Lbim'v W 1u.1,e8 ,he bt'st 0 water for irrigation at 65 feet. Some for - Pait'-Vonfle'ndLl, PeJ pour orange trees can be budded. One support In the comlnir primary I im 14 X 9.9. rnndh lrllohAn nnA lo.., v,, ..:.,'.. a ' If a photograph of a speeding bullet room with new roofs. Price $40 nor acre- D- p- HANCOCK, Going Very Fast, They Leave Air Waves and Eddies Behind Them I 1 I Announcing M nr . new ivpewri iter fJ No. J W7 could be taken the print would proba- this place is really worth $100 per acre To the voters of Putnam countv A bly show a space like u body of water May For terms address CHAS. CROWN- At the reauest of" VV "i'fl ..b'' .Irke.d llke s,pe,;dl"s KnirtV pT,u, TZrn trM owner.s and 0f tha,n n.nci i,nS. l-iuu leiivuiLr u rinDie in . . . ' . ...in, vita- uiaieu section, wnere hn Those of Middle Age Especially. When you have found no remedy for the horrors that oppress you during change of life, when through the long hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, when your head aches constantly, vou are nervous, de pressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pa:.,s, don t forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds of women safely through this critical period. Read what these three women say: From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, X Y.-I am writing to let you know how much your medicine has done for me. I failed terribly during the last winter find summer and every one remarked about my appearance. I suf fered from a female trouble and always had pains in myback.no appetite and at times was very weak. ' t "I ws il"" a,t aJ 'nVs house one tlaT and she thought I needed I.ydia K llnkham'8 Vegetable Compound I took it and have gained eight pounds, have a good appetite and am feeling better every dav. Everybody is asking me what I am doing and I recommend Lydia E. ilnkham s cgetable Compound. Yon may publish this letter if you ush and . I hojw others who have the same complaint will see it and fL frT,"l yur .medicine as I did."-Mrs. A. I1oknu.no, 91 btanton fet., Bullalo, X. Y. Was A Blessing To This Woman. "V . . i . its wake. Photosraphs of projectiles c' 1 wy' Afiems- bave been snapped in time of peace. pmmriI ..,.,,, " but It is doubtful if the camera ever P0LITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. caught one as it sped on Its mission of death. A hllllor sripprllmr t rl,Q rnfo ""r Stntr Senator. of 3.000 feet a second, which is more Tm!t?'moC''atlc Eectora ot IHtna than 2.000 miles au hour, nuikes a 1 nave di'ridPd to beco ANNOUNCE AX AMAZING MODEL-The OLIVER No. 7 a typewriter of snpevcxceUeiicc, with automatic devices and refinements tw 1I 1 .1 . , - v Ul my life. I have A&riAaA t k n 5 ' marK tne zenith of tvnewr tex Jl. Commtssioner from beauty. SDeed and fiflav flPtinn T,Q,;.:. ...nu uisinci 01 rutnam county , . ,t-v.x. ijijcrviumg eillCieilCy in the comine- rlpmncmt;. i.j ffllSPil tn tha Having served four years on m " '"Uw"'' rd 5n? bei"?. familiar with the The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all orevions Oliver it:- j seen on any typewriter. A leap in . reneraUyflTel thai 1 canHiv "7 Self"aCti deviceS before " uwac.-i 11 , - " l" "i-i-"iir a canal- sci'cmiiy, 1 ieei mat l can e-ive von . ...w uv.iuiC occn uii atiy lycewnter A lean n ,,vat distur:,,,,. u, the atmosphere ftS: :,WH:b and honestW advance which places The Oliver ten years ahead of itstime So moo I and creates a r waves, nhii h nf ator for th t-t,iv. si,.. h . en, 1 therefore resnectfn lv i;,t n. i .i.. . ., . ' aucnu ui uj time. 00 Smootil i . niu ulov, Kl , , j ovii-iu nii unr rA thA nuni. . . .tunsH. are invisible to the miked eye. nnVfnc'ru, i n3. $?r JPort- Uotes ot the democrats of the coun- 7 ,1 b l"c luUL"' to eafy 10 run. tnat experts are amazed T".d"T,",lt.hT5b the - ISra X &n Mateo. Fla.. tirX 9dtiT . " . 10 0,6 typiSt de' of operation. i. , u iaiir-1 lillif miUlt?! UUU WU VeS 10 1 - - ...j ...j..,.., mm i .1 1 n 1 11 1 .y, - , -.,,, trail behind It. The faster you draw W. A. RUSSELL. tor School (iimiiilial,,,,.. the Ktlck thu m,.,.o n 1 To thp Draiooratli. Vnt. r n. To thp Vntr. nt a,ki r,,...,. . "CLICI service, v ......v uuu LL.tr I r",i... unit., 1, 1 t L j , . , 1 i-iir.ci rso. 3: wider the nne will if i,, ti,u Y: AtJ?vr.?l t0 ask your supnor slower the stick is dm waves. Just so the bullet. , ,. I j . "u" uuu-e i inniu v : 0 . . , JllOL ou jpuri ana co-onera I frrsnt w n i . , . I . I a i , toerapned. as annarentlv there n S r-.VI .".up.-" ana in iiuut", u i tiiiiv ui ecru rnra inn nf a i Kanontftiiiir terrific si.eed that create anv iinnrecl-L s- MIDDLETON. tor Board ot Public lu.truc nuie uir waves. January i'Oth. 1914. I shall hp A model that means a higher standard of typewriting, longer and t leave. The I am a candidate for the efflcp of the comfsr WmwUcrlmnrfo'i The No. 7 is now On exhibit and Sale at all filivpr PralM j wn the fewer ,,n,e Senator for the twentr sixth re-nomination for the office of hnni A rta: u . , . dC 311 u"Ver Branches and. ,llpt if u ,1 J""rlrt 1 Prml8.. if eloced. to ppr- Commissioner of DIsMct 1 Sc .3 . Thank AenCleS throughout the Un ted States lllet. If it is form the dutios of the office faithfully "S you for past support and co-ouera- nn nrllrlo . I iiw. .... - nf rha hV 0 7 u11 'V iiirmDer an interexting scientific discovery. But anvthimr cuttinn- timh - ... .. .??""v.e ' tne Leslslature " mi- ot u in inn appi oacr.ins- Democratic nr ma greater rate than this disturbs the at- rl,s Rnd wU1 "reatly appreciate the mosphere to such great extent that air dencrats"" if'"i3er J,umZJf ," waves are formed and can be photo .to the bt,st ot m' ability and in the"in- Kraphed.-New York Sun iersis or tne people, rtrspectfully. - I k' QIDCDD Cruscent City, Feb. 11th. 1914. TRUE TO THE END. To, 'hnet Operatic Voters of Putnam I am a eandtdnta fnr RunrODnr,.ti1... And After Many Year Came Her In ,he Florlda Legislature before th 1riuut.i .uii; priiiiarios, ana re spectfully Solicit VOUr nnnnnrt Tn A niimlMtP of vunra aim mlnA I Vetlt Of 1T1V Domlnfltinn anrl .Kr.tlnn 1 In Wales, lu exploring an old disused Prm'Se a faUhful ''TcVrry. iy i f ui. .1 nan. me I will be a candidate for the nffl r'."rir...1s,aeratIon ot the voters FRANK D. WATTLES. PROCLAMATION Mtls.a Ib I 1 l. . tz A, Riven mat an elec- ? . i,, 7 u"ll,r Ior tne City of I'a latka. Florida, will be held ln said City TiTRsniv the 7th day of April, A. b. 1914. viz-I-or Mayor of said City. Jor one (1) alderman for Ward one or one (1) alderman for Ward two' . . , , , Biun man ior v ard three or one (1) alderman for Ward four.' So. RicnMON-n, Va.-I was troulilecl with a bearing down pain and a female weakness and could not stand long on my feet. Of all tha medicines I took noth n? helwrl m lih T,.,i; 1? i:..i.u-V". ;t:c- I me , . , T o ' .J ...ll, i iiin-Lirtlll s VI tahie eonix)Uiid. I am now regular and am getting alone fine cannot praise the C'omixmnd tnn miu ii Tt hn arid I hope it will le to other women." ilrs. D. Tylei:. ii West Clopton St., outh Richmond, Va. Pains in Side, Could Hardly Stand. Lorn, Wis. "I was in a had condition, suffering from a female trouble, and I had such pains in my sides I could hardly move. Be fore I had taken the whole of on: bottle of Lydia E. Hnkham's Veg etable Compound I felt lietter, and now I am well and can do a good day s work. I tell everybody what your medicine has dene for me." -Mrs. John- rnoMrsoK, Lodi, Wisconsin. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound hag heen the standard remedy for fe male ills. x0 one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many aufferingwouien to health, t Write to LYDIA E.PIMCHAM MEDICINE CO. ST" (CONFIDENTIAL) LVN.Y, MASS., for advice. our letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held lu strict confidence. pit found the body of a young man dressed In a fashion Ions out of date. The peculiar action of the air of the mine was such as preserved the body so perfectly that it appeared asleep rntber than dead. The miner were puzzled at tbe cir cumstances. No one in the district had been missed withlu their remembrance, and at lust it was resolved to bring in the oldest Inhabitant, an old lady over eighty years old. who bud lived single in the village all ber life. When she was taken Into the room where the dead man lay a strange thing occurred. Tbe old lady fell on the corpse and kissed It and addressed it by every term of endeuruieiit spoken in a bygone generation. , He was ber only love, and she bud wuited for blin her long life. She knew be had not forsaken her. The old lady and young man bud been betrothed sixty years before. Iler lover hnil disappeared mysteriously, and she had kept ber faith during the long interval. Tbe miners. removed tbe old lady to ber bouse, aud that night her faithful spirit rejoined that of ber long lost lover. London Telegraph. Palatka, Feb. 10th, 1914.' ror one u) alderman for Ward flvu ror one (l) alderman for Ward six ror one (1) alderman for Ward seven. To the Democrats of Putnam Coun- Clerks'Vor 7 ward Vnd esKd rlm, h,1requt's.t .1f frlenn'8 from va- Ward one (1) Peter' Gardner clerk VnZ..l ? of the county, I hereby I N. O. Davis, A. T. Reed and R n" aHve in r I- mi luiLcy ior represent- I uraKeman. Inspectors. Polling Dlace anve In the I-.ee-slature. suhWt ti ti... I nn i.-.,.h 8 yiuce i ?o?trrnl'ihH,T Primar;', AsI am not Ward two (2) M. Kanner, clerk- A inthe'en1;5'?"! ':"LorI 'f,VL" I "?". I. CheeCraTO & extended experience in leirlsl..tlve mm-Ii h mu. V i?'TTi':,f" .0??e.' .c."'r.k: 1 he new mnnVl ko- . ? I w'..be enabled to work success- Insoector. ' PnUinS'T, "11 Ki' ments. refinement Tj ".if ,mPr9vC- ny. We shall .v. n... i fnr u.iy ior tne best interests of Florida Rooms. " w ""u Ues than our nn.,l. -Ai". J CI .2 ciiu I PraiA hurr. The in (ceneral and Putnam county ln par i Hm mneea irraielul ror vou Ward four (4) Wm. Bates, clerk: City Hall. Ward five (5) Chas. Merwin. clerk n... iit-i Mm, is. aieison ana inspeciors. polling place To the Democratic voters of Putnam T.iV ar2f....if 'r '...K.'X0""'- -''rK: . Aflams, Inspectors. our popular 17-Cents-a-Day purchase me same as on previous unver models. tend In this campaign." I remain ery trulv vours. henry s. Mckenzie. Lit'iiinr. i nm ihhu u-atnr..i - . i . . . . - -' .....a, iicir 'i'l... .. . . . n.i ui i.,i uui i .m. a. iikinson. Jim., unn.Dn.. i uie cusninneH l i., . , i llttHl SUlinort. "link -r In . .. . ...... ... lu u niJUUdm Wlin "o von t .i ". "'"J. itonaa. inspectors. Pol nir nla,. cnor kevs" nA .u " ... '.-".V.""l, "".'". . " may ex- city Hall. It.... ' . "yK "cw automat p Ti,. oi.,.. .. ...... erwin clerk ii j H. mean l'8s work for f h .l I i c.tt io. 7, equipped wiin 1J inS:rnd8' less 8,rain on the eves htt h? famoU8 Polype, if desired, with Court House, manual and mental effort ' 8 xtra charge. tthcw8B-and j! ,w.'h a of these masterly merhun,- -..'U T? U to yourself to see the l oiiing place lul improvements wf have made th , macn'ne before you buy any county I hi-ri-hr n nn.x, nfa m.-oulf n didate for Representative in the I.ec- islature suldi-et In th. nimrnv.l of Ih. democratic primaries. If nominated and elected I will cive mv hi-st tfTorts in behnlf of the countv and Stale. Re spectfully sollcitlnit your support, I am Sincerely yours, WILLIAM O. TILOHMAN. To the Iieitnoeratic Voters of Putnam County: 1 hereby announce myself as a can didate for the House of Representa tives subject to the Democratic Pri mary. I will appreciate your suoDort. If elected. I will put forth my best efforts in the legislature In the Inter est of my County and State. G. W. BASSETT " Mathews store. Ward sven (7) H. L. Miller, clerk T. R. Million. M. Saurer a nrf u.,h.., Smith inspectors. Polling place bmith's store. Polls ODen nt eiirht nVMoLr a close at sunset. (Seal) ANTONIO VSINA. Palntka. Florida. Keb. 24th. 1914. ve made the typewriter at any price. Note its k:J "v in .imviiiiie muni h,.n...:r..i . Heal From yZoUt' "P OLIVER X0. 7 atta ns Lu "Vi-.-- Wond,'rful omatic devices. Try it excellence. "8 suPtr'ative on many kinds of work that no other Nothing you could wUh for h. k ,'Per'l will do. nm ii.j u !n 'or has been Ii ; . . ;o . . ttest: Mayor Cltv of Palatka , .,ne m'w div ces. refinp Vii .i. K.1Icant ,act ,n" ,ne A T. TRIAY, city Clefk. alalKa mcnts and convenience, founrf 2 ,if" ri?r ,hat introduced such epoch- o. I represent an ennrm.. "... "c .mBK"B innovation, as visible wn. . ana vastly increase it .T."ul ?y ""IT., visible reading. Printype. etc The News receives orders for any sort of Steel Engraved, Litho graphed or Em bossed work. Pnce has not been advance on The OLIVER Tvn;u. r T-M. 'r C' CHICAGO .