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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914 ' THE PALATKA NKWS. PAL VI'KA. FLA PA(;a ;'
- - i SUMMER HAVEN'. I ., , , . - ,u. u - , , , , .1 j. 11 wm 1 l I 1 FINAL CLEAN-UP OF REFRIGERATORS Get Your Membership In This Glub Now Save One-Fouth TOMORROW we open our final and last Refrigerator Club of this year. Our opening Club was taken up within a few days, and we made many new and pleased customers by giving them the opportunity to get any refrigerator in our stock at the low CASH PRICE payable upon the Club Terms of One Dollar Per Week. We now have about twenty high grade refriger ators left which we wish to clear out of our stock quickly, and in order to do so, we have again reduced the prices lower than ever, and will no doubt fill this Club of twenty very quickly. If you have need for a refrigerator, do not let this oppor tunity to get one at a very distinct saving, and upon the easiest of terms, pass you. Your selection is delivered immediately upon the payment of only $1.00 and there is no interest. You simply pay the agreed price of the refrigerator. J. H. YELVERTON, JR. Furniture, Stoves, Ranges. Refrigerators SkOE he i COMO NEWS. companied with some young people from Crescent City, went to Mt. Roy al and Fort Gates Thursday. Miss Claire H. Bray, who has been visiting Miss Charlotte Gutteridge at fort Orange for two weeks, reurned Miss Miriam Skilton who has been the guest of Mrs. Annie Robinson, has returned to her home at DeLand. -TnVr T-T ht rvi t v wlm Vi-ics Virion cnanit. inn- thn wept at st Ainmst.infi. has home Thursday. returned to his home. I Many people are glad to learn of Mrs. W. L. Gable and son Willie, the capture of Ezra Johnson, murder have gone to Mt. Vernon, N. Y., where ; er of Isaac Williams, which occurred they will spend some weeks visiting I" ..J,1?13 vicinity a year ago last April, relatives and friends. Williams wife met Johnson on the t.i- r.r i... -r t. m.. street in Tampa, she notified the po. Kennedy went to Tampa and brought GKANDIN NEWS. a recent visitor in town, Mr. and Mrs. Dearborn, who have been at Maitland, are occupying their home here for a short time. Services were held at the M. E. Church Sunday morning. We were pleased to see some of our Pomona neighbors present. Mrs. E. P. Hughes led the Epworth League meeting in the evening. Numerous croquet parties are be ing enjoyed by our young people. D. E. Dusenberry was a recent vis itor at Palatka. Mrs. E. F. Sullivan autoed to Pa latka this week. NASHUA NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sills and little son, Joe, returned last week from Fellsmere, Fla., where they have been on a visit for two weeks. Mrs. Chas. Sikes was shopping in Palatka on Friday. Miss Ruth Bray returned home last Johnson to Palatka. A number of our people attended service at Satsuma Sunday evening. When you yawn a good deal in the daytime, feel dull, achy and want to stretch frequently it is an unmistak able symptom of malaria, and unless you do something at once you are booked for a spell of chills. HER IilNE is a chill medicine that will pre vent or cure the disease. It drives out the impurities on which the mala rial germ thrives, strengthens the liver and cleanses the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Ackerman-Stevvart Drug Company. Mrs. R. E. Padeett and daughter. Nettie Lillian of HallandaJe, stopped in Grandin for a brief visit on their way home from Frostproof, where they have been staying with rela tives. W. P. Green of Jacksonville was In town for a few days this week. After a pleasant visit with rela tives in West Florida, G. L. Tucker returned home on Wednesday. The V. I. A. had a call meeting- Capt. Wm. M. Mijler and family of Crescent City are fn the Bryant cot tage for, the rest of the season. Car.. Miller came all the way from Cres cent City in his launch, the Regul, and Mrs. Miller and the children came as far as St. Augustine with Mr. Midiileton in his touring c;.r. E. T. Clark of Crescent City spent the week end with friends at- bum mer Haven. This was Mr. Clark's first visit to our attractive little re sort and he expressed himself as very much pleased with the place. The old fisherman, Pierce Redick, who is a "landmark" of this plane, caught a small octopus, or devilfish, recently, ihis is the second devilfish ever seen here, and while it was quite a curiosity it was not given a very hearty welcome. The entire community was shocked and grieved to learn of the death of T. D. Evans of Palatka. Mr. Esfans and his family spent last summer at Summer Haven and made many sin cere friends while here. George Miller of Crescent City is at the Bryant place again after a brief visit to his mother. Benj. I. Gay has returned to Pa latka; he has spent his entire vaca tion at the Bryant place and does not seem at all enthusiastic about leav ing. Col. G. T. Graham has decided to take his family back to Crescent Cily and they are planning to leave on the fifth. Mr. and Mrs. Clester Middleton of The members of Lagonda Camp Crescent City are stopping at the ; Fjre gave, on Wednesday afternoo.i, Bryant place. They came as far as a "Welcome Home" dinner at the St. Augustine in their automobile. I home of the Guardian, in honor of L. F. Jackson has returned to his Misses Alice Bradstreet, Clarine Fr Palatka home, but his friends are ser nd Ethel Gillett The tooth- looking forward to having him re-: some viands for the feast were all turn in September lor tne pass nsn- preparea oy tne gins memseives. me qnp I long kauie, Willi liS snuwy nttueiy, umu i 1 . : u:u:..p Sheriff Perry of St. Augustine "" spent a while at Summer Haven iast ti i""11""' y,lw j Til J 1 Monday. . J nresented a very pretty picture. The. Two boatloads ot at. Augustine ,ace cardg( desi d and executed by people spent last Sunday at the south one of the c were decorated with End. Capt. Crowder's cottages are handpainted butterflies, lightly poised very popular with these week-end and dded an ajry Krace to the table parties. i The dinner, like all Lagonda Camp Mr- nnrl Mrs. Robt. Mills and Will, Ti "jlnin'a" nt a thnrfillD'hlv fn- spent Sunday at their cottage on the j0yable affair. beach. Owing to illness in the fam- j Misses Alice Bradstreet and Ach ily Mr. and Mrs. Mills will not open gah Moteg were hostesses at a chicken their cottage this season, out win .au Friday evening at the hall, come down every Sunday in their GameSj nlusic and dancjnf, were the launch. - i order of the evening, and later on, by Thn Kriof hlnw of Thursday drove tha rlnncino- Hirht. of a hnnfirfl. the ni- away the mosquitoes and brought the iau was enjoyed. fish into tne river, ior wmcu ! ; Rev. S. J. Townsend was absent pie of Summer Haven are duly thank- Sundav. having gone to Oka- ful- . . humnka. Miss Ruby Dupont has returned to Jameg Davjs t(Jok advantaKe of tna her home after a very Pleasa" VISlt CXCUrsion to Tampa this week, and Is with her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Bryant. enjoyjn a mucn needed vacation The young people were entertained by rlen(is in that city. Mrs. Bryant in nonor 01 m .., 7 Dairy Cows on a Pjitnam County Farm. INTEHLACHEN. HERE IS THE LIGHT Bassett and Pulled Pathos from Houl Davis; That Nerve-a Neiw.ch to Knock recrnsiue to Filbbuster. Ganas of Hun at the Currie i.. i,afn hr. rlpnartiire. 1 Mr. ana Mrs. w. n. torn are visu- on u.e '" V;-- - ing relatives in Baldwin this week. Maior W. 0. Vertrees has been very .,,.. t busv durmg the past week with his , Miss Winifred Wyl.e is now m Pa " nt brush; and as the result of his latka, where she has accepted a tern- labors Jessica has a dainty new cress w . of red and white, which is very be- Mr. and Mrs. J. F mmin? to her dark beauty. Who Is ington, were guests Jessica? Well, the only definite an- home last week. swer we can give is come and see. , Misses Clara and Helen Lamoree of Major Burton's friends are pleased Chicago, with their parents, have just to see that he is feeling well enough terminated a delightful two weeks' to be at his old fishing grounds on the visit at Mariners Lake, where they point, where he always makes things were guests of Mrs. Sherman, lively for the yellowtails and quite Rev yV. y. Bethea enjoyed a brief often catches a good string of sheep- hut very mucn appreciated visit from head. his mother and brotner over sunuay repair by the grantees herein 1st their expense, provided that the minimum ! charge shall not be more than one &PI1WFR FRMCHIflFi Section 7. The grantee shall not be I UIILIl I "'W"'Lvequired to furnish electricity oras . : for light or power to any consume That drew Eluqueiice trom,who shall refuse to comply with any i reasonaoie ruies ana regulations I adopted by the said company and approved by tne City Council of the huy of Palatka, for the conduct of Its business. i Section 8. The grantee shaH at all ' times be subject to the City ordinances now in existence and which may be The Palatka News publishes below hereafter passed relative to the use, the light- and power franchise which ; of the streets in the City of Palatka is just now occupying the center of i and said grantees and their agents the carpet in Palatka. The ordinance I and employes shall be under the was presented and had its first read- same police regulations and liable to ing by a vote of 10 to 4. The News j tne same fine and imprisonment as publishes the ordinance as a matter i other persons violating the ordinances of news. The ordinance will come up ' of the City of Palatka. for its second reading (at which time Section 9. Said grantees shall in lt can be amended) at the meeting 1 demnify against and assume all lia of the council on Tuesday night, the bility for any and all damages that lth inst. may be suffered by said City to its An Ordinance. property, or to which said City may Granting To The Palatka Gas Light becorae ufhle in any manner for dam & Fuel Company, its Successors agf to the person or property of and Assigns Certain Rights, Fran- Mhera on account of or through the chise and Privileges: carelessness or negligence of said BE IT ORDAINED,' By the Mayor grantees, their officers, employes, and City Council of the City of Pa-: agents or servants, or on account of latka, rlorida: I tn.e failure of said grantees to comply Section 1. That the Palatka Ga ' " utuuiwice ui win uijr POMONA NEWS. Mrs. Emory Green returned to her HARLEM NOTES. Light & Fuel Company, a Florida Corporation, its successors and as signs, hereinafter called the Gran tees, is hereby given and granted a Franchise, Right, Privilege and Au thority to construct, own, operate and maintain, in the City of Palatka, Florida, a plant or plants, for the manufacture, sale and distribution of Electricity, Gas and other illuminants or products for light, power, fuel, and the said Grantees, are hereby author ized and empowered to lay such mains, fiipes and fixtures, under the streets, anes, alleys, sidewalks, and bridges of said City, and to erect all necessary poles, lamp-posts, wires and appli ances, for the transmission of elec tricity and power, along, through, over Thursday evening. The pp. are ' ; Ue Monda - after a anxious to get busy and keep buy " Jav sit with relatives. Miss calnTathlng W0''th Wh'le 18 Lelta will prolong her stay -for a eon- State Oollege For Women. The Florida State College for Wo men, advertisement of which appears aVIiss xtutn rsray returned nome ia m another coIumn offers Literary and week from Crescent City where she s ipnt;fil, ronrses. Courses for Teach- has been visiting the past month. prg and Home-makers, Courses in Mu- Mr. and Mrs. John r ink, and Mr. ! s;c. Art and Expression such as are offered in the best colleges and Uni versities in the country. The equip ment is first class, and the location ex cellent. The campus is one of the and Mrs. Sills and son Joe, were vis itors at Mt. Royal Thursday after noon. Mrs. Julien de Nazarie and little daughter. Florence, spent Sunday in ; hichest elevations in Florida and is Palatka. j therefore unusually healthful. There Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Paine returned is no longer any need for a young wo- home in their car from Jacksonville man to leave riona in oruer iu st complished, Mrs. Sipprell and Mrs. Gilland of Florahome were in Grandin, Thurs day. The Misses Ina Rogers, Essie and Irene Wall and Mr. Bill Weathersbee of Putnam Hall, were in Grandin Friday, enjoving the ice cream served by Mrs. T. B. Green. Jim Strickland, turpentine man of Georgia, was in town this week. Grandin has been well represented in the county seat this week. Pa latka has great atractions for our people, and we are glad we are still in Putnam county. Messrs. Crowell and Wells return ed to Palatka Saturday after a few I days with E. W. Watkins. Fred. Green and Sylvester Johnson have gone camping. Warm summer days make camp life the most attrac- e just now. i f ,iToo .-o sneni iner tne time u the homes of W. M. Williams and W. ty, and Ivan iionannon were visitors to Palatka on Saturday. The Sunday school at Providence ' li-ch was well attended on Sunday. S. Middleton. 1 The prayer meeting on bunciay mgnt Mrs C. I. Rogers, Miss Marjorle was aiso well attended. It was con P.ogers, Miss C. H. Eccles and Mrs. ducted by H. Pruitte. C. A. Smith all attended services at; Ben Pruitte and wife visited at the the Welaka Episcopal church Sunday. j1Qme of L Bohannon on Sunday. Miss C. H. Eccles has sold net; w J. McRae was a visitor to Pa driving horse to Alec W elaka rodder pulling is aDout compieieu. : nH ra ch 5trpta. lsmo m. J. G. Minton and sister, Miss Nan- , .idowalks and hrido-es nf said sold her tfashtora oi ... nn ir.,a., Ivan Bohannon is getting out shin- W. S. Middleton left luesday morn-1 es tQ cover his hf)Use iwir in his car lor tiortense, uu., '"';,., . . . a few days visit. Enjoying the trip ! Ben Pruitte and wife were in Pa tith him are his three childm., latka Monday on a shopping expedl ririo Voator and Aline, iuiss riui-uuii. ence Williams, and R. C. Middleton ot Crescent City. Mr and Mrs. C. H. Pipplar lose1 their home Tuesday for a two months vacation trip; Mrs Piplar going to visit relatives in South B orida and Mr Piplar to North Carolina for a well-earned vacation J. E. Manning was a visitor to Pa latka on Tuesday. R. F. Link has been ill, but is able to be out again. EAST PALATKA NEWS. which he ex- Saturday, where month of July, they spent the Misses Louise and Ruth Bray ac- i an's college. cure a first class college or profess ional education in a first class wo- THE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN O F- STETSON UNIVERSITY offers unparalleled advantages in many departments : THK (iKAHUATE HC'Hl iO..-L'ouiVh KaillliK to the dearies Musters ol Arts TH ""'oi.l'.r'liK OK 1.1 II K II At. ARTS. Htniuliirds the Mime as those of lenillns women's I'dl'eues of t he eounlry. , (II K THAI II K Ks' l 'i il. 1. 1 ,i 1'i'eetienl trill nlnt' under exeellent instruetors. sneeesvful t aeiiitm mIuihiiI. THK SCIlonl, i"K Ml HK'.-l.lU'ne fneulty of artists. tut.' si'Hool. nK FINK AU'l'H.- one o t Hi lending artists In ehnrue. THK HCIIool. OK llnrsKHOI.il Kl'ONOM ICS.- Ketuliireours.'. Fine tenehers. me dormitories under careful ninnimement. s-imrnte nymimsiuin. Hue ten- l Is courts. Nenrliy fiiellitles for wluiiulm' mid lioatim,'. iiii.wn. KAl.l. TKKM OI'KNS SKI'TKMIIKB S.-.th. Send for ratnlo-'ile and Announceiiieius John D. Stetson University km, Kill A Mrs. George Black had a painful ! pects to spend in the beautiful moun accident last week. She mistook car- j tain country, hoping to regain n.b bolic acid for eve water and severely : health. burned her eye lid with the acid. Walton and Will Tucker who have Mrs. A. M. Padgett has sold her been doing some work in Palatka have home in Grandin. The sale was made , returned home. hv P. .1. Recks of Palatka. I II IT Hnves was in Seville on bus:- C. A. Lellardy was in Grandin 1 iness Tuesday and W ednesday. Mondav, doing survey work for Mrs. w E. Hobbs has been on the sic. Padgett. j list for the past week, but is now R. L. Seigler was a business visitor somewn it improved, to Pnl.-itka Tupsdav. Miss C. 11. Eccles made Leve Wall has returned home af iter n hri,f nntinp". t ..... i. :n i .. t, Pulntka Tuesday rieniy or rain yt-i iveie iui iuu. . - , Vv'ilii.,ms ear tV,.,l.flo or. th fro,.s We have some work (lone on the Vv iliam car the frog-chorus with us luve. " ---- r;t.. soel .Nisoul ot iresceni. -.'..i ,n for a few days vit with several business trips to raiuia i C. A. Smitn and ijcianu early and which recently nao a eouis.u.. O. E. ; pine tree. I I Mrs. N ; The Twenty Year Test. j ;s jn tow "Some twenty years ago I used 'datives. p;,.ann tak;ng Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- I . ViprplroeVtThTs ati' " arrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. . t . U. 1 ipiar h pi..i : Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,! Charlie Williams le.t luesdo jot Aberdeen. Md. "I discovered that it , Birmingham, Ala., alter a long isii was a quick and safe cure for diarr-1 with relatives, hoea. Since then no one can sen me R. G. Browning spent the week-end with his wife and little daughter at St. Augustine. Miss Stella Yelvington is spending the week in Hastings the guest ot her cousin, Miss Edith Benedict. Mrs. J. A. Helms returned Sunday from Brundige, Ala., her little niece, Oline Hightower, accompanied her home. On Thursday night this week r.n ice cream and cake festival will be held in the new building being erect ed by J. K. Phillips at the corner of Railroad ave. and Orange street, for the benefit of the East Palatka base ball club. lity for the period of thirty years ircm the passage ot this ordinance, provided however, that said grantee within thirty days irom the passage of this ordinance, shall file with the City Clerk, its written acceptance ot this ordinance. Section 2. All poles used by the grantees shall be neat and symetricul and the location of poles and wires within the City limits and the main tenance of same shall be under the supervision of the City Council and in accordance with its instructions, and grantees shall replace and prop erly repair any sidewalks, pavements or streets that may be disturbed by arantees, at its own expense, and up cn the failure of the grantees so to do after ten days notice in writing shall have been given by the Mayor or City Clerk of the City, to said grantees, the City may repair such portions of the sidewalk, pavement or street that may have been disturbed by said grantees, and collect the cost so incurred from the grantees. Section 3. The rates charged in - City of Palatka for commercial electric lighting shall not be more than twelve cents per killowat meter measurement, provided that if pay ment is made on or before the tentn of the next succeeding month of ser vice, a reduction of two cents per killowat shall be made: meters to be furnished and kept in repair by the tirantees herein at their expense, pro filed that the minimum charge shall be not more than one dollar and fif ty cents per month. Section 4. The rates charged in the City of Palatka for electric motor service' shall not be more than the following rates: Per month, meter Mrs. I.. II. Vrooman spent Sunday with relatives in New Smyrna. Miss Nellie Yause spent Sunday injor less, nine cents per killowat, all in her hrotner laimaire. excess w i'"1"" tive to the use of its streets. Section 10. The said grantees shall within nine months from date of this ordinance, so enalrge, extend, improve and equip its electric light plant in the City of Palatka, that it will then be capable of furnishing all electric light and power required under the terms of this ordinance that may be necessary to" then supply the demand and requirement of the business and people of the City of Palatka then at- tached, and from time to time shall so continue to improve and extend said plant as to meet the growing de mand of the business and people of the City of Palatka, so that said plant shall at all times be capable ot pro viding ample and sufficient electricity, light and power for the (Jity of Pa latka: and the said grantees shall within the said nine months begin the operation of said electric plant and shall thereafter operate the same on a twenty-four hour per day schedule, and continue so to operate the same day and night, thereby giving a con tinuous electric current for all neces sary purposes during the life of this franchise. Section 11. The said grantees shall provide and keep in repair Dne cross m on each pole when requested by the City Council, for the free use of the City of Palatka in operating a police or fire alarm system or botn and shall also provide and equip the power plant of the grantees herein with a fire alarm whistle, and shall upon notice by the City or its authori ties, cause to be blown fire alarms upon said fire alarm whistle indicat ing the ward within -which a fire may occur. Section 12. The City of Palatka give and grant the franchises, rights, and privileges herein set forth, re serving the right and requiring the grantees as a condition precedent to the taking effect of this grant to give and grant to the City of Palatka the right and privilege at the periods of ten, twenty and thirty years from the passage of this ordinance to pur chase said plant or plants used un der and in connection with the fran chise and rights hereby granted in ac cordance with the laws of the state of Florida, at a valuation of the property real and personal which val uation shall be fixed by arbitration as may be provided by law, provided, however, that should the City elect xo purchase at the ten or twenty year period, the grantees shall have three months notice of such intention on the Miss anvthin? said to be 'just as good.' Du ring all these years I have used it and recommended it many times, and it has never disappointed anyone." For sale by all dealers. it i Mrs II. A. Perry, Morrison and Miss Edith Krook mo tored to Palatka Wednesday afternoon. and sickly, ORANGE BOXES Plain or printed. With hoops, no hoops Square edge, rounded edge. Direct from mill to packing house. Either rail or river' transportation. Buy direct from manufacturer and save Excessive freight charges and middle mans profit. PALATKA CRATE GOMPaiaib, PalnamCo. Fb. Linem n Naps on llij;h Pole nnle darts in tne sieep and gnu s the teetn v. .me mh " 1 e ...... A rpm- Igll Ol ui - . 1 uuim If vour child is picks at the nose, Palatka visiting On Saturday afternoon our boys will cross bats with a ball team from Dupont and a very interesting game is anticipated. More rain, more grass, and we are getting plenty of both in East Palat ka now. Excursion Yia Georgia Southern & Florida Railway. Atlanta, .Ci.50; Macon, $4.50; Val dosta, i?-'.riO. On August 11th ex cursion tickets will be sold for train measurement, line nunored Kiiowats pan oi tne iiiy io no su. . l.;il.,.n'. nil i Cnn.;n 12 ' 'ha co.H tD-antcc in.llll l CTC.U p. 1 U 1. ....... J, shall, whenever requested by the said to three hundred and fifty killowat eight cents per killowatt; all in excess of three hundred and fifty kilowats, up to eight hundred and fifty killo wats, seven cents per killowat; all ii excess of eight hundred and fifty killowats, up to eighteen hundred and fiftv killowats, five cents per killowat; all in excess of eighteen hundred and td'v kil'owiis. five cents per killowat; City, extend its wires ana install electric lights at such places within he City of Palatka as the Baid City may require, provided the said jrran tees shall be paid for at least ona light for every seven hundred and fifty feet of extension. Section 14. A substantial failure on the part of the grantees herein to comply with the terms ana provisions nrnviiled that the said grantees shall of this ordinance shall work a forfeit- rot be compelled to furnish electric ure thereof, provided, however, that power to any motor consumer un less than twenty two imuars prr yem per rated horse power or motor as ed ny tne sain gran- shed and s herein r ,. ., ,;. .,., odv for these parasiu-s , .o. 1- leaving muni... '"" snail ne netermm .iu- in. ,i .... ......1, CRKAM C.K.MII" (jut-.. ci. S. & F. Ry., to Atlanta, Valdos- tpe, Meeters to be furm at IVmlli'ti ,. (no., caiisid a i-iiinmo- , t the worms, but ,., mi vacon at fares above men- kent in remr by the grantee Hon wlirii .. fell iisliv at the tn: : ' tor0-, health and cheerfulness. 1ionei) Tickets to Atlanta will be at their expense ot :i trlrt'N in pole. I'lissors-liy, sin- ... . ,,. hottlc. Sold by Acker- iim:.ed to leave that point not later. c,,,.tior, 5 The rates char Druir Co. rban midniirht of August 10, 11)1 1, . tiie ptv 0f Palatka for electr lying am ss ilu i-ross-urm, with legs mid i ruts ihunJinu id lli" uir j ,1 1,1 lu l.M.l l., . n i -.i-riroeiitod. ' XVI..?. ..s.i.,.,, ,miw.l ii was fouud Panama-Pacilic exposition was , I,,.., iniiwl tii ed here by a commission representing llll' l li I"." ' .... 1 ,;),. His belt LU that state. MH-iai .um "". I (ions preceded t'..e dedication l....vinir neon 11MU a. ill., .August, Ho-Vitinci nnrnoses Florida Site Is Dedicated. ,-th Tickets to Macon and Valdosta , he following rate San Francisco norma s sue at uib wi oe ijmlted to midingnt oi -vuj?-; . ehednle ged m ic street shall not exceed rates for an all night dedicat- ust idth, Through coaches to Ma- of)0 C. P. Lights, $'2.00 per annum. sleep hv pro elt, i ! e warm il 1 U fullii tunc-cere . niony. DOCTOR GOETHE Oiiii e id Ilk'riindii Kennvrty KuiMiii:-; e rh-i Call. , Ml. K-Utei.ded idenc Phono 21!) :U all hours. RUB-FSY-TISS Will cure your liheumatisiv Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps. Colic, Sprains, i5r-jises, Cuts and Burns. Old Sores, Klines of Insects: Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Trice 25c on and Atlanta will be operated irom Palatka on train mentioned, ton tickets and detailed information call on nearest G. S. & V. agent or address C. 1!. Rhodes, C.eneral Passenger Agent, Macon, tla. One on Solomon. Perry Solomon himself that, he was puz :lo i n.un with a ma:, I.' isM have 1 : u- " ay 1 . admitted i':e war of Pony Well, I over the : . w s-t ot 1500 C. P. Lights, Si n.liti per annum 100 C. P. Lights, S'J.i.dti per annum. on r. P. T ip-hts, per annum. 1 C. P. Lights, $21.00 per tnnum. 40 C. P. Lights, ?20.00 per annum. Section 6. The rates charged iv. lhe Citv of rnlatka for gas shall not ioed one dollar and seventv-five rents per thousand cubic feet, meter measurement, provided that if piv rient is made on or before the tenth or the next sueoeei'ina' month of ?? ice. a reduction of fifteen cents ner (i-.misand cubic feet :haH le mni'e, n'.'eters to be furnished and kept in there shall be no forfeiture unless de clared by the said City. Section 15. That the written ac centance of the provisions of this or dinance by the grantees as herein provided, shall be taken and constru ed to be a surrender by said grantees of all rights, privileges, franchises and powefs granted to said jrrantees rnder and by virtue of an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance to Gram Certain Privileges to the Palatka Gas Liuht & Fuel Company," passed in cpen council October 20th, 1885, and passed bv the council over the mayor's veto, October 27th, 1885. Section 10. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with thn provisions of this ordinance be, and the same are hereby repealed. More Ethereal. Lorers may quarrel, but they qnan. rel about such delightful topics tsses: and not about house rent or he m i e 1. meat. If ll J1 11 "9 )- ; j f Sj' it jS"!. .."i v x ; J - : i J- v n. -" t "1iy..A