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THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA.
FRIDAY JUNE 2, PAGE NO. SIX. No. 666 This it a preicription prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. Five or lix doies will break any caie, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not return. It acts on the liver be'ter than' Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c TO DRAIN DISTRICT. Proposed Creation of Special Area Comprising Nearly 10,000 Acres. A iM'tition I'm' tlio iii'Kciiiization of a dniiiiiijre district under Chapter 6,458, of the- laws of Florida, has been filed with the clerk of the circuit court, at Ihule City, the proposed (lis trict to be known as the Crystal Springs drainage district, and to in clude that portion of the lands ol Crystal Springs colony lying nearest to the town and in the basin of thu two streams that drain this terri tory the Hillsborough river and Black water creek. The district embraced is five miles long from east to west along its longest axis, and four miles from north to south, and the number of. acres included is 0.000. A little less than one-half of the district lies in Hillsborough county, and the remain der in Pasco county. Order of the Golden Fleece. The Order of the Golden Fleece was Instituted by Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, in 1429, on account, it Is said, of the profit he made In the wool trade. The original number of knights was thirty-one. At the end of the col lar was hung a golden fleece. The or der finally became common to all the princes of the house of Austria and now belongs to both Austria and Spain. In fact, its membership includes royal personages from many lands, and tho order Is practically as wide as royalty itself. New York American. The Real Thing. "Your letters seem fervent enough, but can I trust their apparent fervor?" "You can. They have been tested in court. I got 'em out of a breach of promise suit, and the plaintiff got dam ages too." Louisville Courier-Journal. i Inspectors and Clerks of Election. The board of county commissioners ! at its regular meeting appointed I the following inspectors and clerks of election to serve in the primaries of ! June Cth: Precinct No. 1, Crescent City W. : B. Campbell, Lucious Turner, Her F. I Babers, inspectors; Paul C. Smith, clerk. Precinct No. 2, Georgetown Max Melzer, A. K. McCaskill, W. C. Bab bitt, inspectors; S. It. Causey, clerk. Precinct No. 3, Norwalk Joe Join er, B. C. Jones, G. Jones, inspectors; H. H. Bard, clerk. Precinct No. 4, Welaka Jake Clark, E. Pinner, Jim Fowler, inspec tors; H. H. Bryant, clerk. Precinct No. 5, Como W. S. Pry or, C. C. Sullivan, H. A. Perry, inspec tors; D. E. Dusenberry, clerk. Precinct No. 6, Pomona E. B. Olmstead, J. W. Tucker, C. C. Middle ton, inspectors; W. M. Williams, clerk. Precinct No. 7, Satsuma Hights T. F. Baker, W. L. Cato, Charles Cur- MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY OF One Hundred and Two Volumes TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN A Library Voting Con Below will be found the names of some of the progressive firms of Palatka who make this most popular and liberal offer. This elegant library and hand some cases will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society, Church or School in Palatka or vicinity securing the largest number of votes in the following manner: The business firms listed below give with each Ten Cent Cash Purchase One Vote. The contest began Friday, April 7th, 1916. and ends. Saturday, July 29, 1916. at 9 p.m. A ballot box has been placed in the Drug Store, where the ballots can be deposited. At the close of the contest the Church, Society, School or Lodge having the largest number of votes will be awarded the library. Current ac counts when paid will be entitled to votes. REMEMBER Votes can only be secured by trading with the firms listed below. Each week The Palatka News will announce the standing of the various contestants. The library and cases are now on exhibition in the show window of Fearn side Clothing Co.'s store. Insist on getting free the coupons and help your favorite Lodge, School, Society or Church win a handsome library of reference, standard and poetical works, including a variety of the latest fiction. DO YOUR DUTY. IT'S UP TO YOU. In case of a tie vote the Library will be equally divided. The following is the list of firms : The Ackerman-Stewart Drug Company The Rexall Store J. H. Yelverton, Jr. FURNITURE Two Stores. C. li. PRICE CITY CASH GROCERY TILGHMAN HARDWARE CO. HARDWARE, STOVES AND" IMPLEMENTS. Fearnside Clothing Company The Big Store on the Corner HRS. T. W. TILLMAN Millinery AT THE RIGHT PRICE SANITARY LAUNDRY Good Work and Prompt Service A- T. REED & SON Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Spencer & Collman Electrical Contractors and Supplies. PALATKA GAS, LIGHT & FUEL CO. IOO Votes Civen With Each Cas Meter Installed. WHITEHALL MARKET A. W. NEUBECK & CO. MEATS and POULTRY Chas. E. Rowton Stationer and Jeweler Musical Instruments Kalbfield's GRAND The Home of Good Pictures Gem City Pressery The Only Sanitary Presaery in the City. 308 Lemon St. Phone 268 Mann- Hodge - Seed Co. SEEDS OF ALL KINDS One Vote Wrapped in Each Loaf of Norman's Bread Vertrees & Company GRAIN FEED MAPES' FERTILIZER Empty Majestic Flour Sack Redeemed at our Office. 12 lb. Sacks, 5 Votes 24 lb. Sacks, 10 Votes PALATKA BARBER SHOP All White Workmen Polite Attention THE . PALATKA NEWS The Newsy News Your Home Paper tis, inspectors; F. V. Owens, clerk. Precinct No. 8, San Mateo B. R. Turner, J. D. Gray, Emory Ferrell, in spectors; J. A. Crosby, clerk. Precinct No: 9, East Palatka F. S. Browning, J. E. McDuf fie, R. A. Walk er, inspectors; T. L. Clark, clerk. Precinct No. 10, Federal Point J. Atkinson, B. B. Dancy, W. A. Atkin son, inspectors; Frank DuPont, clerk. Precinct No. 11, Palatka Heights J. D. Mullis, A. W. Fletcher, F. A. Sands, inspectors; Dan O'Driscoll, clerk. Precinct No. 12, Palatka P. Gard ner, R. R. Brakeman, O. W. Pearce, inspectors; W. N. Coffee, clerk. Precinct No. 13, Palatka A. G. Phil lips, Henry Broward, Pat McGraw, in spectors; C. W. Williams, clerk. Precinct No. 14, Palatka G. W. Bassett, C. H. Messmer, H. Crook, in spectors; Walter McNally, clerk. Trecinct No. 15, Palatka B. C. Pearce, William Bates, Tom Holden, inspectors; F. J. Fearnside, Jr., clerk. Precinct No. 16, Interlachen Chas. Francis, Will Miller, John Abraham, inspectors; J. H. Wylie, clerk. Precinct No. 17, Johnson Thomas Rountree, W. T. Johnson, Adna John son, inspectors; D. Williams, clerk. Precinct No. 18, Baldwin School M. A. Fowler, B. F. Price, L. W. Fen nell, inspectors; J. J. Hogan, clerk Precinct No. 19, Grandin T. J. Strickland, L. Brantley T. J. Rogers, inspectors; E. W. Watkins, clerk. Precinct No. 20, Bannerville L. Bohannon, C. F. Crandall, Aaron Varnes, inspectors; W. J. McRae, clerk. Precinct No. 21, Bostwick Henry Johnson, D. L. Wilkinson, W. C. Rob erts, inspectors; B. B. Highsmith, clerk. Precinct No. 22, Peniel A. L. Ley vraz, L. L. Moody, John Motes, inspec tors; D. Bohannon, clerk. Precinct No. 23, Palatka H. Mer win, A. M. Haughton, J. M. VanLand ingham, inspectors; C. Merwin, clerk. Precinct No. 24, Palatka J. Bour rell, C. T. Shinn, William Beale, in spectors; I. L. De Young, clerk. Precinct No. 25, Palatka H. S. Smith, N. A. Brinson, J. D. Hagan, in spectjrs; J. M. Pounds, clerk. Precinct No. 26, Hollister J. W. Blount, J. M. Chesser, Jr., P. C. Mc Clendon, inspectors; J. D. Livingston, clerk. i Precinct No. 27, Florahome W. II. i Holloway, John Timmons, J. M. Gili ! land, inspectors; J. J. Charles, clerk, i Precinct No. 28, Rodman Dr. W. I F. Rosborough, J. P. Buie, G. G. Hodges, inspectors; P. B. Goethe, clerk. Given under my hand and Seal this May 3rd, 1916. (Seal) HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk. Notice of Application for Tax Deed L'niler Section S of Chapter 4SSN, Laws of Florida. NOTICE is hereby civen that .1. Y. Gnnns, purchaser of Tnx Certificates No. KU and Sio. dated the 5th any of July A. D. 1W, has filed said certificates In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Haid certificates embraces the follow ing described property, situated in Putnam county, Florida, to-wit: Bald certificate No. KI4 embraces of N).'. of SK of NW'H of SW and said crrtlllcnte No. ISIS embraces f! of H of N 4' of H'4, all In MectlonSK, Township 12, 8 Halloo :'7 E., ir Acres. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificates in the nnnie of J. Saulsburg Sr., and J. Sauls burg, Jr., respectively. Unless said certificates shall he redeemed according to law. Tax Heed will Issue there on on tne Stith day of June, A.l). litl'V. Witness my official signature and seal this the ith dnv of May. A H Itiltl. (SEAL) HENRY HUTCHINSON Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co., Fla. By H. Hutchinson Jr., D. C. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Seetlon N of Chapter 4SS8, Lawn of Florida. NOTICE is hereby given that J. K (ianus. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. co dated the ith day of November, A X..1M. ha mud said certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the follow ing described property, situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wit: V.y. of NF.'i. (section :i, Township is, H. Rutin.', 27 E., 8i Acres. The said land being assessed at the date of issuance of such certificate In the name of K. H. Robinson. Unless said certificate shall ba re deemed according1 to law, tax died will issue thereon on the :0th dnv of June A.l). IMil. Witness my official signature and seal this the S6t !i day of Mnv, A.l). h'lil. (SEAL) KENRY HUTCHINSON' Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co., Fla. By H. Hutchinson. Jr.. D. C. poena would bind such Defendant; it is therefore ordered that said non nt he and he is hereby required to appear to the Bill of Com plaint nlea in saia cause on or ucioic MONDAY, the 5th day of June, A. D. 1916, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said De fendant. , It is further ordered that this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Palatka News, a newspaper published in said Countv and State. Witness my hand and official Seal this, the 21st day of April, 1916. (Seal) HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk Circuit Court. By H'y Hutchinson Jr., Deputy Clerk. John E. Marshall, Esq., Colicitor for Complainant. For County Judge. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Judge, subject to the will of the Democratic Primary. If elected the duties of the office will receive from me prompt and careful attention. Tour votes and influence will be appreciated. JULIAN C. CALHOUN. For Clerk of the Circuit Court. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County: According to the old Democratic cus tom, I take this method of making my announcement as a Candidate for re-election, to the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, at the June pri- nl'V'i nnof vnn will tret n. nromnt. AO til llic ..... - courteous service; and your votes and influence will be appreciated. Very iruiy yours. HRNRY HUTCHINSON. Palatka, Feb. 2d, 1916. :'-v.'".T .- sjt " jfj For Clerk of the Circuit Court. To the Democratic Voters pf Putnam county: T U. U.r ntiviiMinfA lYlVflOlf fl R ft Cfl Tl - didate for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court and respecnuuy ait your support. I wish to express to you my sin cerost appreciation for the support rendered me as your Tax Collector, and promise, if elected to the office of Clerk, to give you the best service at my hands. , Yours very iruiy, R. J. HANCOCK. J. L. KELLEY CANDIDATE FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Subject to the June Primary TheBest in Modern Education for Florida THE CHILD ABOVE THE DOLLAR ness to ma tn .i. licit your vnt oj ?dst ana h". suPPort "Wll i'i.lUIiyi -ifLC0TTlXGS For (.,. 5 a. I,..""" l Sun... C.t"em" Voter. ..71 I herl "'fid didate for the oin v '?t a, ,J ty. Those who ....... Tutn, vote for a native of p Vo' fo.1 County has ahv.v, ,l''a'"'ns. I Normal s,.i,.,i th.. which no,,....i 1 t- tson t-V'-l ble exneV " J . 'I'Vlui.ed "tuitMbi i in i hi r I my duties and v',, utous and car. Yours r . . i- For Justice of the Peace. To the Voters of Eighth Justice Dis trict: I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace, Eighth Justice District of Put nam County, Florida, in the approach ing Democratic primary, and respect fully ask the favorable consideration of the Democratic voters of the Dis trict. If elected I will conduct the office without fear or favor to anyone, as I have tried to do in the past. JOHN E. MARSHALL. For Tnx Assessor. I apaln announce for the office of Tax Assessor in the coming primary. I have always tried to be fair and conscientious In all my vork, and promise the same in the future If elect ed. I appreciate all help given me In the past and ask you for more now. Very respectfully, G. F. BULLARD. For Tnx Assessor. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County: I am a candidate before the coming primaries for the office of Tax-Assessor, and will greatly appreciate the ap proval of all Democratic voters, and their support in the primary elec- tln' E. R. CONWAY. Ilostwlck, Florida. For Tnx Collector. I herebv announce my candidacy for the ollice' of Tax Collector subject to the will of the Democratic primary. Your votes and influence will be ap preciated. R. C. HOWELL. E. P. THAGARD Candidate for STATE COMPTROLLER In the Democratic Primary to be held in June next. Four years experience under the present COMPTROLLER as State Bank Examiner has given him the qualification to properly attend to the duties ot same. Your support will be appreciated. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. All creditors, legatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or de mands against the Estate of John A. McCaskill deceased, are hereby noti fied to present their claims or de mands to me within Two Years; and all persons indebted to said John A. McCaskill deceased, are notified to pay the same immediately. A. K. McCASKILL, Administrator, of the estate of John A. McCaskill deceased. This 4th day of May A. D., 1916. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Keprexentutive. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam nuniy. 1 Witl to CIV t t .-nil M.nt T n I.. ....... ... ...... ... t, uiiii j rtm a candidate for the lower house of the 1'ioriua legislature, subject to the Democratic primary. If elected I promise to be a representative of the people to the best of my ability. I sincerely thank you for your kindness ami support on tne previous occasion. in yroup vine. Yours sincerely, W. G. TILGHMAN. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE. Notice is herebv civen. that on tho 10th day of July, A. D. 1916, or as soon thereafter as I pan ha Wn.J t shall make a final settlement of my accounts as Administratrix of the es tate, of M. J. Murphy deceased, and present my accounts and vouchers to the Court of the County Judge of Put. nam County, Florida, for approval, and final discharge MAGGIE H. MURPHY, as Administratrix aforesaid. This 6th day, of Jan. A. D., 1916. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judical Circuit, Putnam County, Florida. In Chancery. Grace MacDonald, ) Complainant ) Bill vs. ) for John L. MacDonald, ) Divorce Defendant ) It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill filed in the above cause that John L. MacDonald, the defend ant therein named, is a non-resident of the State of Florida, and is a resi dent of the city of Detroit, No. 21t5 Glover street. State of Michi crn n nun t the age of twenty-one years, and that there is no person in the State of Flor ida, upon whom the service of Sub- For He nrexentRf lie. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam I announce nn- innHU.ni, , .HU.I1U11LJ 11, i e- Plectinn ns fine nf Mm tj...a.. .,. . i In the 1-lot-Ida Legislature, subject to me At-iiiuci,uic primary in June. I greatly appreciate your past support, and assure you that if again honored at your hands, it will be mv earnest endeavor to serve you faithfully and to look out for your interests at all times. Thanking you for any courtesy you may extend in the campaign, and' with best wishes, I remain. Yours truly, henry s. Mckenzie. For Ileilroaont.tl.-. To the Democrats of Putnam County. , " . e a candidate t L ........ c an nit- primaries or June 6th. I have served you through "r,-'';"'; sraslll"i ana men who know, will t..l , i ..... v. ,i ,llal i iwive a rec ord for doing things. I secured the j j VV ""'"sure 1 ever n- ... i"-u in Kin some vi cious legislation. I want to serve von again. Our taxes are too high, and ..... ...s iiinci- every vear: perhaps you have noticed that fact If elected I am going to put a stop to this Increase, or be able to come home and give a valid reason for mv failure liut mv legislative Dictionary "will con tain no such word as FAIL Help me by your votes to this place. I will thank you and will not disappoint you Sincerely yours. Crescent City, March' 9th. U For County Jndge Cou,ntyemOCratl V0ters of Putnam T hcrphv nnnmitiriA .. i m . didate for County Judge, subject to vnnr not nn In tv t-i ' J - lu EiES&i Vou7su4une- attention to the performance Pof,0n duties devolvlmr upon me. and will my ability. ' 10 the best ot Respectfully, J. R. BLACKWELU For Tax Collector. To the Democrats of Putnam County: I am a candidate for the office of County Tax Collector before the com ing Democratic Primary, and will greatly appreciate the assistance and votes of the Democratic people of the County. I am a native of Putnam County, and bv profession am a surveyor, In timately acquainted with Putnam County lands. Thanking you In advance for any help you may give me, I am, Very truly yours, ItANDALL WELLS. For Tot Collector. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Tax Collector, sub ject to the will of the Democratic Pri mary. If elected, the duties of the of fice will receive from me prompt and careful attention. Your vote and Influence will be ap preciated. W. M. CURRY. For Sheriff. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County: 1 will be a candidate for Sheriff in the coming Democratic Primaries, and I earnestly solicit your support. Four years ago, when I made a strong, but losing campaign for this office, I promised my friends that I would again be a candidate. My old friends have remained loyal and still insist that I make the race. I appreciate their loyalty more than 1 can tell, Later in the campaign I hope to get out and meet the people generally, but in the meantime please do not for get that 1 am a candidate and will appreciate your support. Sincerely vours, JOHN D. PIGUE. Crescent City, Flu., March 31st. slit!l!ir,n. ."ju i , itu-ntt,:,. i 'IV:: I lit.- 5-11 pa-. For Meiiil..,,. To the Democrat!' VOU Ol V. T l . ' 4 I LV( rll.M.I. .1 . niemoer or the ',,t,, " Hfo, J Hoard, subject t o t . "!, 5tyl J ienow democrat i , lllroji ' a faithful discha,' .' '., 1 pJ the ollice ...V,r ,)fth;.-f building of our c.Lu. I"' Yours 'r, Melrose, Feb. C 4 1 Ii iJv)BAN' PRJtil To Democrat, of School J 1 take this mean nf that I will be a Candida Comm.sS1oner from District the June primary. If n' "j '! place I will give tothe wo effort in behalf of onr K?! system. pu61lt Yours sincerelv Palatka. Anril oLCHESi For Countv Cnmmi:.. ty Commissioner fm n; Z?i 1 . m the approaching 1Z pnmanes I will g,-ea5 and ZPHrt f th.e. t,emocra and pledge myself that in ever my election, to look well to thet ests of the district and t e r -v- . . , tor County Commissioner. u- jtV? lor (-0uutJ' Commifel er, Third District. 1 F. J. II. von EN'GEIEI For County Commissioner, To the Democrats of Fourth CceJ sionera District: I I hereby announce that I i-l candiate for the office of Ctol commissioner lrom the Fourtl d trict, Putnam county, subject to d win of the democratic voters oil district. I will prenftv your support in the June prinul If nominated for the place I wilifl w me omce ol my best efforts. Sincerelv,. . . R. REVEU.I ftoranome Apnl 5th, 1916. For County Commissioner. To the Democrats, of Commissi District No. 3: I am a candidate for Countv missioner from this the M trict. If electe.i I will tr'm nf time and best efforts to the affd of the District ami the entire 3 and strive earnestly tn mal'p w capable, painstaking comraissior win greatly appreciate the sap: oi xne democrats ot the district Sincerely vours. ' j! A. HIXSOX Yelvington, Fla., March 31st, I'nr Sheriff. To the Democratic Voters of rutna County. I am a candidate for re-nomlnatlon to the ollice of Sheriff in the demo ciatic primary and will certainly aD predate your continued support and your votes In the coming June prima ry. If successful. I can only promise mat i win continue to administer tho affairs of the olflce In the same con scientious manner an has characteri zed my administration in the past. rauniuiiY yours, R. LEE KENNERLY. Far Sheriff. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam County. I take this means of elvlne notice of my candidacy for, and that I will seek the Democrats nomination for Sheriff of Putnam County, in the com Iiik primary. 1 win sincerely appreciate vonr sun- port In this contest and pledge my best services If successful. Very respectfully, J. W. GLISSIOX. For Sfcrrlff. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam county. I am a candidate before th rnmlnr primary for the office of Sheriff, and will preatly annreclate the sunnort of all Democratic voters, and their vote! In the primary election. P. M. HAQAN. Supervisor of Registration. To the Democrats of Putnam County. This Is to announce that I am a can didate for re-election to the office of Supervisor of Registration, subject to your action In the coming primary. If elected it will be my endeavor to serve you as faithfully and honentlv nn T have In the past. Thanking- you for imsi suppori, i remain. Respectfully. HENIS PETERMAKN. For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. To the Democratic Voters of Putnam vounty : T hereby declare myself n Candidate for re-election. In the coming primary, to the office of Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction. I sincerely thank you for your klnd- For County To the Democratic Commissioners ! I hereby annum: re-election to th" missioner from th. ject to the apppo voters of that June primary, if faithful dlsehari;.' office. I will t ha . port. rnmmlMloorr, Vnt.-'i'S of t((FJ istr'ct. ' mv candidacy j :'!,'.' of Countrf'l Fifth District !. .! .if the denrJ : i, t in the !'-' , ! cti'd I prenwi nf the duties K ; ynu for VOW!. H. I. rERE'l For Countv ( iininilsilim". To the nemooiMts ! the Bird ' I will be a c.-iii'li hi;. for the c!;l t ountv Commissi'. n.-r trom District in ih- .! ;: I1' mwati! mary, and will -..itl.v appreflH'; nn..nf e f ll... ,1. nrocntS ' nnd it'lhn n..ll I ..l.."t''(l I "ill' to the affairs f ' .listrict ani:i ty the best t h:i t is in me. San Mateo, Flori.hi. For County Comnimlwl""" ' First lllstrlct. To the Democratic Voters of Pi'-j Loumv: .,,i". I didn't expect to be at the coming primarv, but onJJ u . ..n..;,.,t,'nn nf lu)"'1 in an parts ot n i,,nb4 sented to run Benin, and nounce that I will he a canonjy re-election to tne "ii'ir . Commissioner for the First P, My record in office nave uune iirn n'i""' - to this office asraln T wf l flf "1 in the future as I have instil rnul.l. i-nii frit- rmsi -1 i iiaiitvniK , wu r- DnDt" respecfully solid tlntr your !W, the coming Democratic I'"'-' Verr trn. . For County fomm ImIoi"' . CI m . . . .; . 1'nrcrs lu ine ieninci .i i " ' . , Commissioners 1 irrii i. . I will be a can.ii'inre ... ?mocratlc pnmarj - - it untv Commissioner fr ond District, an w" Tram .... a"ru....'r,.. ffl Pi , fill out the unespirel terra H. Mllllcan. reshrnc.i (he fs annreciaie ine e... ,.,'-- - n U tetrfot Slncere.y --b0f -nmml,(,,rt' To the Democraiu '-' i" BlUIiri a i , j . . . . - . ty. Florida. vlf I hereby announce r.vwl date for the on,., - .e. missioner u..j.- t . (tn. . i r.im.rv June v . I The principal l'ln.nk u.rik fj la the time-honerr.1. he , nl pie of our party - , - i all; special prlvll-c. to" l( J but one promise tn niaKr- will perform the 'r-.i00jlf I faithfully and cnnsHontl,,,, ,J he very best oi ,hf mn i lme T resnectfullV afK.", &1 ail ueiiiu.,..;. February iz.