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FBIPAr, JUNE 26, I3lf
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FALATKA NEWS, PXLAtKA, TLA.
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Send your Salesman across
the Continent anywhere
you wish him to go for
two cents. Send him out
every week in the year at
the two cent fare.
N
EV methods in selling goods have
revolutionized all of the business world
during the last ten years. A prominent
advertising expert hit the bell when he
called Printing " The Silent Salesman." As
a salesman, Mr. Printing is a great success.
He never misrepresents you and he never
"butts in" when he isn't wanted. He can
always wait until Mr. Prospect is ready. Un
like some salesmen, he doesn't try- to tell all
he knows the first trip. He can call another
day for two cents. Now is the time to send
your mail salesman out talking for future
business. Let us dress him up for you. We
have the facilities coupled with years of study,
which enables us to know what constitutes
the strongest appeal in his whole attire.
Order your Printed Matter
and Advertising Typography
from THE NEWS PRINT
SHOP. We assure you your
order will receive our care
ful and prompt attention.
We also receive orders for KXGRAVIXG,
LITHOGRAPHING and KM BOSSING,
representing the best houses in the United
States. Let us submit you prices.
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HAKY LIVES LOST
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STATE GEOLOGIST
MAKES HIS REPORT
Up Production if Ptejfiata la Vii
Vatt Sas kuty
tacrjasel
EXCEEDS PREVIOUS YEARS
Too Hundred amt rfty Men Errtflmts-
im Mine.
UstibrM-., AUserta. A mi&vr ex
plosion entcmbed -v9 miners employ
ed in mine N"o. of tie Killcrest
CoiUerles, Limited- Of tie ttiT
era re-wied. only fcurteea er u-r-in?.
Depi tie ff,-rj of two aore ca
eipertj laV.-rir.? am:i P---i.w?d
zajes and debris, acps cf rescia?
alive tie 20') ir.ea y-t in -ie
CiSCSlPnOS OF LA-NO
.VAJCK OF
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Cortina- tn-n pagt Tare.
i J. ;ic o:a-
- . 3-1 0 D'.t of
if ae w se
..i- i5-
G'tat- Increase Ma- in !9"3 (-"ara
Cev-eaie.
disaster irer:
r.a exp.c-'i'-.ii cc-
-.1. of .:oci 3i
.-.eila-dj ia. pr;a.-i iWiscca si.;
;r.a; "-ie asi'iat :( ph-t-fpsva' aiiit
a.i.i sr.i5d fr-.T. "'.-.r.'ia. d'i."i2? '.:'-:!.
H.3 a.;i ie a7 Tie prcd ii-t;ca cf
l3r.d pe.'.ie psc-ipia"
ir,ii-.h aaa ta
tie pa.Jt eer-i:
tier ?aia d::rin?
is? f'.r tie Sntr
'!'') tJ,m Tie
. r.trda.
;i.r ia! reaped d i.-ii4
:-a."3. kotj a f:r
tie r-utp-it iav
:.;e eieeiled 2.r,'M.-pr-d-icti'-ii
of iar-i
Tie eSect of
lien in. din.
curred. "SO'), of
N'insier res
-tied a:er,
A: .1.1.7k a ?roop of x-.icen. -itood it
tie ntoi-i of tie 2;:r.e. i .oior: oei:"
close! tAe etp oit-ti. stu- loci i
that tie cries fr ieip --" i' Jrotn
tie inrer '..Tk.ir.? earlier ia tie day
siizht ce repeated. Later. io-v-er.
many of tie cea d:;-per-e:.
DreE tie general fe.in? "i'-it
.;t;:icn of tiO':e isiprcaed
iopeiess
THC La2ar .
Ifi.i.iie T Evias .
ei-
root pospr.ats.
ioved a i.igit
ti ieiov
e?er. notwitr.ra.t .
: tae coaiar7-rea.-e.
aavis? fai-
0.1;' 1 tOW. h't".-
,j t.:e decir.e i:i
iari roclt .xir... :-e Vital produc
tion for tie ute d :r.r.? i-'-' w4
3rra-e- tr.aa lor ar.y preefi.r.z year,
iavts exoeeier 2.." "tj v,u3. iti
a va. :a"ica ia excess ot ,)).
Ne-T V-,rk. Tie Cetnoontio tav
oor.;erer.oe ia session ia Ne Vor.t
mastered ct:y or.e vote for a propo
sition that tie par.y p'.ace it.?e.f oc
receri at tie primaries a e:t;
or ajaiast Tasiiaaay fi.
,er f.r
DRAINAGE ENGINEER
WILL INVESTIGATE
rU.5ent In 0trict of M ami Canal
Corrpia.n Aga rst m& Lowering
Water Level.
Miami. N'o report oa condlticns in
the A'.Iapattan. Ptoo Moocahiaff and
H:rr.b';z?-3 disvi't. lyin Setweea
.t.ami, B'leaa Vista, Lemoa City aad
the .vrian-.i canal. here. it ia claimed
much of the zro :r.d haa fceea jerioua
ij dan,a?ed by the io-ria? of the
n ater ievel bera.;. of the caaai, will
be rr.ade by Mr. Sluitt 'ipoa his re
t :ra from a trip of inspection through.
he vr &rit dUtrxta. He riU prob-
a.'.iy visit Hsmi izr.s.
ia compaay wita A. Lee Al'.ea and
J. C. ftaile, Mr Elliott traveled prac
tically over ai. of tie territory af
feot'd, laoi idir.? tiat adjacent to th
Mlarr.i river, ar.d his questions aad
iiv-estisrationa ere aiosz the liae of
tie va.-ieties of soil, the trees aad
ar.d their crjoditioa, water level, eg-e'-afcie
growth, comparison between
the higher and lower ground, the
rook, canal har.xa and the river.
It is coatended by many of tie resi
dents of the district that tie canal has
lowered tie water ievel 33 inches, mai-
ir.g esany acres of the land practically
worthless for 'arming purposes, and
the hope for improvement o condi
tions is ia tha p.acia? of a lock ia the
' car.a! to hold hark the water aad
' thus force up t.-e .evel.
O'tfest Senatjr Ceiearatei.
Wa.h:nrrr,n. "'ncle l:e" Stepher
son. tie cidet senator, celebrated his
eighty-fifth birthday by appearing ia
tie senate chamber wearing a bngi
red carnation.
v- i,-. cr-is-
CeLANO MAY HAVE
COMMUNITY BUILDING
X rTilar mArr.ir.y operation of the
boweU pat3 you in a fir.e shape tor j 'r:"; ut
the day's work. If you miss it ; ;- '!-, . ir'iv"f.r i"42."crei
feel uncomfortable and cannot put: cnt
vim into your movemer.ta. For a'J : w.v.?f(J1i.Civ'5 lot " Cr'
bowel irregularities HEBBIXE U ' u'i, i-.lj i "5fiD"cr-
tr.e remedy. It purifies, strength- eK!lt .;:ty Hill
ens and regulates. Price 5)c. Sold Lot . t;. F. cr-.er.t City
ay Ackenran-Stewart Dng Co. t'rarTYirbu'Ii."
IVotice of Application to Become a "' 1 ; int-r'acV.'-n"-
Free Dealer. L-t i-i bik it. Int-riachea
Notice 13 herecy Z'.ven, that oa Ju.y . ,., r,
Iith, A. D. or aa soon thereafter L. a ii i3. :t.
as may be, I inter.d to apply to the -.- -? ar.4
the Circuit Court of the Eightn Judi- Lo'ji T T. ' : : a"i:!" bl
cia! Circuit, in ar.d for Putr.am Coun-, T.vir.a; Addiuon to
ty, Florida, for a Ucer.se to rr.ar.a?e, 'SifV: blJ'if'tv"
taice cnarge oi, ar.o control a.i oi my a! lotion to ist-nats-m
property, both real and personal, and , tv it; ft of lots 5. and 7
to become a free dealer, in every re-i jit-''a?r ddl
sp-St"- L.t OiiC 3!. BMI.SfS
MAP.GAP.ET D. HOLMES, Addition to Ir.trlachn
o-i-4t A Married Woman. ;-s';- "f lot IS. bik M. Haa-
i Addition to Inter
! i-:r.-n
Lots !:. 11 and li. bik 5.
1 Bat-a Addition to Inter-
i i',. in. 17 and i), bile
i 7. Bat-s Addition to In-
Karry "W Licdsey
Chas E STceily
p-iohard C Powell
Clara J Patt-rson
Archie P. 3toic9
K B WirJaaia
Ar.r.ie J-,r.es
E J W Day
F 3 Cor.e
Andrew J M'-.ses
J tr Ho!Ie7 .
D J Daniel-
Alice TVima-r-s
P. B tVii;ia-r.s (trustee)
Jams Seymoar
D J. Daniel-
Berry & William
P- B William
P. B William
Wm Oadson
Joseph Soloman - - . .
P. B Wllllami
Bryant Gautier
Lillie E Holley
Aron Carroll
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J W
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It
J E Dougherty .
M G DeBell
3 M
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7
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4 58
3 94
5 St
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1 3
4 04
6 02
1 44
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ji-.-.k O,
I.i-
C P. Knapp
E T P.eddlns
6 02
Otto Uhle
Chaa R Knapp
L L iloody
D e n i a Nelson
Corrmunity Parliment No Have Un
der Con deration P!am For
Building.
DeLand. Del-aad- v.mmur.ity par
liament met to consider a proposition
from Liean J. A. Smith with ref
erence lo the proposed community
building. The dean a plan is to com
bine the funds available throuza the
community parliament with the ct'y'3
: appropriation of Jlo.OoO. and thus
-eoure a much more a4evjuate build-
i in? fo all purposes. The feaaibilty
of this plan is being investigated by
the city attorney and will be adopted
if no gerio-fs legal complication arises.
' This movement for a civic center is
only one indicaion of the progressive
spirit of IxsLand citizens who are
going in for a big bond issue for pav-
. ed streets, better roads, a city park
and other improvement.
NOTICE.
In County Judge's Court, in and for
Putnam County, State of Florida.
In Pnkf
To Charles H. Palmer, of Lake Co mo. , Lot- to 22 iss lots is,
Florida; Phebe F. Turpin, of 2:17, ,- V and I7j tlk 17
North Jefferson Street, Tampa, Z?avVll
Florida: tdward I. Paimer, a Mi- terlaccen
nor, of Lake Como, Florida; A. C. 1 Lots l to 35 inclusive, blk
Vur?a3on, as Guardiaa af Edward ;."rn AddiUon to In'
I. Palmer, Minor, of Lake Como. ; 't "to" u"ncfu"vb!i.
Flor.da.; Jer.r.ie L. Smith, of Cres- 13. Lates Addition to In-
cent City, Florida, and all oth-er ! , tr'j '' . --T ---r-.-
persons Interested: r't'l
iou are nereoy cited to snow cause, Lot it. b'.k it. Kat-s Addition
on or before July 10th, A. D. 1914,1 '-" ir.t-r:.h-n
why ali of the East haif of the Eatji-"' ", b'k ,'':'.7la,1?-ri
naif of the NoAnwest quarter and; w-iaka
est na.i iif-i of tae West rail i L..t l--tr-r..-r. s Div
iw'ii of the North-east quarter i . "f iar:i ...
,r.e'ti ftvptnl tKft Fsif naif tel. I of. '
the Northwest quarter (r.w1) of the in cor of bit p"
Northwest quarter (nw:i of the; wiaka
Northeast quarter (ne"-.i of Section i of n.'
Five (5), Township Tweve 1 12), South
of Rar.ee Twenty-Seven (2?l, East,
lontainin? seventy-five (75) acres, all
in r utr.am i.ouniy, r lonca, snouia not
be taken possession of by Jennie L.
Smith, as Administratrix of tne Es
tate of William E. Palmer, deceased,
nd sold under an order of Court to
pay the debts of 3aid Estate, as peti
tioned for in the petition of said Ad
ministratrix, filed in said Court.
Done and ordered in chambers, at
Palatka, Florida, on this April 14th,
A. D. 1914.
(Seal) E. E. HASKELL,
County Judge.
L L Moody
Unknown
Miller and Whitman
Xunn & ShT-eeve
Unknown .
Nunn & Shreeve
Unknown
The 03ceoia county commissioners
have just voted an appropriation,
which, added to the fud provided by
'. the United 3tates department of agri
culture, will enable that county to
employ a farm expert.
NEELY AND GREY
ARE THE NOMINEES.
Decision It Given Them By the Can
vass ng Board After Vote
It Counted.
Tailaha.--.ee. After a second check
and canvas of prin.a'y votes In seven
precincts by the canvassing board in
conferer.ee with the clerks and in
spectors of the precincts, the close
vote for or.e member of the legisla
ture and county commissioner, Fourth
disTict, was declared in favor of
John L Neely and W. H. Oray, who
were declared the nominees for the
respective offices. The second can
vas was necessitated by errors in re
porting second choice votes. Gray
won out over Htoutamire by two
votes, and Neely over Priltt by about
e!irh"een.
ASSESSMENT WILL BE
MADE TO PAY SALARIES
No Funds Available to Pay Salaries of
Members of Federal Reserve
Board.
Washington. - Comptroller of the
. Treasury Ijo ney decided that the
federai reserve board, after it comes
into exi.-'enre, immediately must levy
an a-.-e.-rc nt on member banks to
defray the salaries of board members
and employees An appropriation of
tlOO.O'iO, much of which is still unex
pended, a made for the use of the
organization committee, which has
set up the new banking system, but
Mr. Ixianey held that money was set
aside especially for organization and
cannot be utilized afrer the system
ii regularly organized.
Colombian Treaty Opposed.
Washington. Strong opposition to
the treaties with Colombia and Nlca
rague developed at a meeting of the
senate foreign relation rornmlttM
W L Whitman
C L Ureeiiwuud
NOTICE.
In tousfy Judge's Court, in and for
Putnam County, State of Florida.
In Probate.
Notice Is hereby given, to all per
sons interested:
That, on July 10th, A. D. 1314, or
a3 soon thereafter a3 I can be heard,
as Administratrix of the Estate of
William E. Palmer, deceased, I will
make application to the County Judge
of Putr.am County, Florida, for an
order to neU and convey at private
sale, the following described property,
to-wit:
All of the East half of the East
haif of the Northwest quarter and the
West half ('- of the West haif
ri-'j) of the Northeast quarter
ir.e ..) except the East half (e'i) of
the Northwest quarter (nw'-) of the
Northwest quarter (nw!) of the
Northeast quarter (neM of Section
Five lo i, Township Twelve (12),
.South, of Pir.ge Twenty-seven (27)
East, containing seventy-five (75)
acres, all in Putnam County, Florida,
as prayed for in the petition for such
sale now on file in said Court.
JENNIE L. SMITH,
As Administratrix of the Estate
of William E. Palmer, deceased.
This April 14th, A. D. 1914.
special Hosiery Offer
Cuaranteed Wear-Ever Hosiery For
Men And Women
Ladies' Special Offer
For Limited Time Only
Six pair of our finest 'iTc value !a.
dies guaranteed hose in black or tar,
-olors with wr.tten guarantee, for
'. and 5 stamps for posta ..-.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN
For a limited time only, six pairs
-f our fine.-.t Hoc value Guaranteed
!lo,e with written guarantee and a
pair of our well known Men's Para
dise (,artrs for one dollar, and 5
stamps for postage.
You know these hose; they stood
the test wnen ail others failed. They
?ive real foot comfort. They have
nave no seams to rip. They nevei
become loose and baggy as the snap-;
s knit in, not pressed in. They are
(Guaranteed for fineness, for style,
for superiority of material and work
manship, absolutely stainless and t
wear six months without holes, or a
new pair free.
Don't delay send In your order be
fore offer expire. Gie correct iz.
WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY
Dayton, Ohio.
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ne"a. VV-iaka
E liSa of of r.e" of
n, YWIaka
11 26
11 26
11 26
12 26
Alice L Johnson
8?i Gvo. Hancock
10 h Cisue
11 Chas R IVame .
i'ti John Dallow
N and s H' f. by e and w
2Ti ft of of ne1
of lot 4. bk 31. pi 711. We
laka .
N ar.d s ISO ft by e and w
2T8 ft, in or of lot 4.
bk 34. peTS, Welaka.. I 13 26
E 5a of w 22t of n"-- of
lot 6. Wlaka 1 12 2(
W 4a of lot 2. blk 23, Sat-
uma
Lot 3. blk 23, Satau.-r.a
Lot 1. blk 31. Satsuma
Lots I. 2. 3. and 4. blk S3.
riatauma
Lots 13 and 16, blk 49,
Brid-rport
Ail of blk 1. Florahome...
Lot 11. blk 4. Florahome
Lots 3 and 4, blk '), Flo-
rahom
Lot I--s.- 3a In se cor to
Burger) bik 73. Florahome
Lots 1. 2 ar.d 3, blk 75. Flr.-
ranome
Lots 1. 2. 3 ar.d 4. blk 74.
Florahome
"i s. o. 7j, Floranome
-ot 4. blk -J. Florahomt..
uot 4 bik 14. K-r..j..i.
Lots i" ar.d 1". h.A 23, K-n-
U.1,,.1
Lota 5 6.7 and . blk 24.
K-nwo'id
Lot Zi, bii 23, K-ri.u.,'1..
t-ot s. l., a a.-.d 12. oi 2;.
K r w .... i
Lot.a 1. 2 ar..l 3 or ail of
oik Z'i. K-r.wood
Lots 1 an-1 2. bik .12. Kn-
Wood
Lots i ar.d 2. tj. 3.1. Ken
Wood Lot i'i. K'.rC 2v KnAood
Lot 26, blk 8. K-;.lil-
wortn
Lots ti. 42 ar.d 43. o.k 24.
K-niiwoitr.
L..t 4-. t.lk .17. K-ml-orth
Lot 21. bik 'A. K-ri.iwortri
Lt 3, bik 34. K-T..lwortri
uor- 1 ar.d 41!. nik 3 K-n-
lrwortn
Lofs 33 and 3i. bik Kn-
ilworth
Lot 24. tjik 3j, K-r.i orttl
Lota 4K and 47, b.k 37. K-n-
ilworth
E 4 of w -- of n--: of nw'-,,
bk 56. p 214 1 U 25
Lot 3. blk 3. orange Mills..
Lota 1. 2, 3. 4. 5, . 7. 11 and
12, blk 5. Orange Mills..
3 12 26 11 'j Mrs. D K-ddock .
1 12 26 Wm F Wili.ama
Squire Knight
5 Luella Cole
E J Davles
H L Ernest
John W Yuuntf
Unknown
S J Reynolds .
John G Drablng
Wtldon Webster
Ir vi n s Phlppeny
David Stamm .
Chas W Pickett
Chas W Pickett
Geo E Vinson
Mrs A R Wilcox
Mis John W Turner .
J E Osbourne .
Chas XI Stone
Joseph Turton
R H Bot
Putnam Handle Factory
Henry W Becker
W H Montmorijuet
Ida M.iy Ames
Xorman Peterson
E W Clark
F F Sa re
Frank Koloson
C V Coienian
Henry L Miller
MSMathias
Cnas L Zeiler
Annie E Hill
10 C J Castcllo
J W Smith
W P. Peeling
3 CO
2 04
2 40
2 C4
1 41
1 Tl
2 70
2 37
4 S4
4 34
2 70
2 41
I 03
1 11
1 41
13 S2
6 i'3
I i-,)
1 (a
I ' 4
3 Hi
1 74
3 14
S 54
I H
2 35
1 31
3
2 51
11 70
5 55
6 60
4 5
4 75
1 05
1 35
5 24
1 i' 5
3 14
2 25
1 93
1 S3
1 w
1 35
1 i5
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1 C5
1 SS
1 S5
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-S3- S3:-A.iTCCCir,
Tax Collector Putnam County.
Kotle of ApplK-.tl... t..r T. rwd Kntle nt Appllr.il... fr Tux Dees
lailrr rrtl..m "MH.pl,, 4,w, I .der rllu. M of t k.pter w,
NOTICE is her-oy iv-n that : Horld-u
w. k. K-v-,. i ur.-l.H-r .,r Ta . -rtin- t- NOTICE ia heresy given that
haa f.-i sa d cr'ifi.-a- in rr.y o.r.. No .ed in. :,th .tv of June. A. K. ta
ii.rt has made application for tax deed has filed sail certificate In my olf.ee.
,1 S'," ''"r'r I,h,.Uw; ,, an1 made application for tax dee4
-'rt.noat- "' follow- to l,s. In accordance with law.
d. a.no-d prop-rty, snuat'd in Sa.d eertlneate embrace the follow
. -,am r..;,,T h.orid.i. ,''-it Intr d.cnt, property, altuated in
..-." , , .I t,..:.' 1. . " '''"lnM county.
' - 4 . t r.rtiii-
Jl K A-r--.
The i(4 lanrl . , !
late of iwMtif of ri'h certificate in ; The ald 'and hlnar assessed at the
he name of H. . B-i.-on. ' at of '"stance of such certificate in
rnb -s said rertlft ahall t,. ... ,h nm of K-' KichsnHon.
deemed accordinif to law. tax ded Wiu ; I nle-s said certificate shall ! rc-
j-e,eU ccoraini to law, tax deed win
Florida, to-wit:
lyit I. w. of nt. John Klver, 4-otion ),
I'll"' ,h""n on th 13,h dJ ' Jal-r A- D-
ue thereon on trie l.lth dy of Juiy A. I. i
Witness m v official ilvmh,.. ... i
e-i thu the I-th dsr of June A f' Mi Witness my official signature and
(SEAL! HENP.T H CTOHlN V 'V th '-th dsr of June A !.. lI4
Clerk Circuit fourt. Putnam Co., Fl. I '?EAL) HENRT HCTCHIN'3'JN
Ry H. Hutchinson. Jr.. I) c I t-'r Circuit Court. Putnam Co, Fls.
- - - . - i fcv H. Hutchinson. Jr. D. C
Most Truthful
Keep tab and yon will discover that
There's th Rob.
Th pen may 6 mightier than th

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