The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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For Sale-Houses, Lots Vacant Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIIi-n.

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., .ftlmiWB'llHnmml=JnnM11 iiiflHli'Hmm-l11U IlUI Uiii IM-S.I ; J. N. Walton's Reception.:I STETSON UNIVERSITY Back to the Law.

Mm. J, N. Wwlroii In t'litertnlnlun Tho following Is a synopsis of an
I ffii'11' her 8iHti-r. Ml" JlI..rl'HII't'ont I Ucorgla, Provided For in LATE STATE NEWS.Pre.ldnot .
; There'll be no End of Bargains at Liberally ; eloquent and interestIng sermon
a nlntu!, Mite| \V ltoti, f TtniiiHHHue,
and Mi'H., lli>ldi>r from, TonnHUBBe John B. Stetson's Will.It preached by Rev L. B. Lynn at the

and for llu'lr ploitsuro imtcrtuliifdthe Is likely that the lat John B. Presbyterian oliuroh. It Is published
/tSledd of tho
liidlnM. of the olty with nun of liur Stt'loullladn1b4ral\ provision his at the request of several citizens Andrew
of Florida has
) University purchased
FEARNSIDE'S. I dullghlful I t ti'CiiptUitis\ Inor Wvdncslay who were privileged Jo hnar. It. The
( iifti-moon. 'I'ho ocolINIOII1 mightbe will for the university which bears an orange grove near Miami I forwhich

cl II(1, IL "Rainbow H"u plIon." his iiHineat I) l>nnd." speaking with News gladly gives space for this ser It Is reported he paid 18000.

for so varied were the colors and so rnrerencH to this the PhiladelphiaNorth mon and bespeaks for It a general Bishops Chaa. If. Fowler of the

"( f beautifully blended ns to RUfrRestthe! American says: reading. There are statements of Methodist Episcopal church and K.
They are an all-the-year event at the Big Store. arch whose beauty and colors are A yenr ego Mr. Stetson received fact in It of vital interest to every E.} Hoss of the M. E. church south
proverbial.The two tributes that added visitors In last
undoubtedly 'tha were Tampa Sunday
citizen of the the
, 'I' ome people regard bargains as a special garment for i decorations of green flowers brightness to the lost twelvemonthof city county, and preached in dliTerent churches.
and crepe! paper were arranged as on- his life. state and the nation
; special occasions. Not so here. m ly Mrs. Walton 1 cart arrange them. In The unfortunate two-year controversy "Think nob that I am come to destroy The :Episcopalians of Orlando gave
the receiving. ; party were Mrs. Walton with the trustees of the the law." Matt. 5: 17. Charity Ball on; Friday night of

i People who have been our steady customers for years m Mr. Merrill\, Mr. Holder Miss .Ity he founded In Law and liberty are very closely church last week home for and the hospital benefit at of that the
Walton antI MIss Bryson and the I which him .as uUlve"j bound together. Neither can exist
will all tell that when the newest and best In deposed and than 260 people at;
want place more
L you front parlor In which they atood was the board in February, 1908 In UK proper sense without the other.
mc beautified with palm. loav. and red, ed by his re-election to that office in Law without liberty becomes legalIsm tended. A large sum was realized.

red rOR.... Miss| Irene Gardner was February. 1005 when to him was ao- and may soon become tyranny. Madam Tlielma DeVare an attache
Shoes In chare! of a "guest register" upon oorded a reception and a loving cup Liberty without law Is degraded Into of the trained animal show at the
Clothing I Iand which at the close of the afternoon was presented to him by the citizensof license. And, it Is observed that a Jacksonville. ostrich farm was bitten

was 84 names. ID the rear parlor DeLand. revolt against extreme legalism lead., on the hand by a big; boa constrictorlast
were four, pretty tables attendedby At the time of being deposed Mr. not to liberty, but beyond that to ; /Sunday. .The jaws ot the snake

all manner of things that Hen and Boys wear, they are several pretty young ladles-Indeed Stetson Is snld to have changed his license. To thin position and condition had to be pried apart and the wo
many said that the young lad- will so that the university would receive the people of our country and' man's hand was badly lacerated.
sure of getting just what they want in our store. len present. were of themselves the nothing but It Is said that after of our town have so largely/; drifted. The bite of the boIs not poisonous

most charm log decorations that couldbe again becoming president of the The political and religious! tyrannyof but It Is enough to give one the
Our business reputation and our magnificent tracle iiBwil. The first a violet table board he made evun more liberal former days and other climes sent creeps even at this distance.
where Miss Crlll pinned violets uoon provision for the'Institution's welfare our forefathers In search of an asylum -
has been built John D. Stetson. the millionaire hat
upon a of the Indies who wandered
her way ; than at first.A of liberty. Tha momentum has
f Miss Merrill vid Miss Kennerly at few weeks before his DeLand reception carried. their offspring beyond that manufacturer of Philadelphia diedat

Honest Modern Goods at Honest Prices. the tea table were all In white; a loving cup was presentedto which was nought and WM have come his winter of home near Mr.Delund Ktetson last
i Miss Edna Crill at the green table Mr /Ktetson by nls employes on to tho position of disregard for law, Sunday: apoplexy
has winters In Florid
served green candles and orange the occasion of the fortieth miniver- contempt for law. open disobedienceof spent many

That reputation Is what caused the rush of buyers to sticks; Miss Ackerman In red served miry of the origin of the manufactory law. And t we occupy: an utienvlnbie He was and the the founder of onn John of the B, "SLat.son trustees .
the guests with candled rose leaves of which he wits the head. position compared with the patron
visit our store during the tenday's flurry immediately pre !tI ; in the hall Miss Bassett at a The presentation took place In Mr. other leading nations For Illustration University at UeLnnd the people -

ceding Christmas.The large table served fruloe where the Stetson's Ashbourne home. one has found that for 11)011) I of which place are In mourning
I II for
color scheme was pink. In the dinning Mr. Stetson was a member of the believe there were five homicides In him.

people that bought of 'us then are talking for us room Mr. F. D. Wattles served Fifth Baptist Church Eighteenth Ovrnmny to each million of population. Edward Alvarez sentenced to life
colfue from the sideboard and Mrs. and Spring Garden stmets, and was In England\ and Wales 10 or 11, Imprisonment from Bradford county
now. W. A. Walton presided over the largely Identified with charities of In France 14 or 15, III Belgium; 18, In In March 18HU/ for the murder of old

If will look at calendar for 1906 will see chocolate. Theea ladles wore yel that denomination. the United t.late.130.. And the same man !Samuel, Milliard, and who was
you any you low. Mrs. J. Q. Tllghman, Mrs. O writer says statistic show that those out on conditional pardon, has been.
'" that there will be just 312: Bargain Days in Clothing and W. Pearce Mrs. J. N. Blackwell and John P. Wall Explains. divisions' wh'-I'o we have the largest returned lo the penitentiary: to serve

Men's Furnishings during the coming atFearnside Mrs. A. O. Philips assisted In the dinning Editor PALATKA NEWS: percentage of foreign born population out his original sen tenrn on the orderof
year room. Mrs. 11 H in in and Mr. the percentage of homicides I.IImnU..st. Judge R. M. Call of Jacksonville.
Warner Ha nun discoursed sweet I presume you Inserted In your last Not only' Ihls. But whatof Alverex Is a tough and has repeatedly
music In the sitting room and added Issue my name In connection with the IroquolH theatre and the Sloo- violated the conditions of his par
that charm to the delightful IItr lr. the not of the legislature of South um disasters In the eyes of the Righteous don.
Misses Susie Lee Walton and JesseRuii'toii Carolina and her dispensary law to Judge? In those flames leapIng -
Clothing Company also assisted In entertaining. have me say' something. Well here heavenwterd.caa be seen writtenin Some time ago James Noble Stroli-

:rt would be Impossible to do Justice Is what I have to say in reply: i blood I disregard of law contempt liar was brought to Atlanta from
of the of the I Canada to answer to the charge of
I approve repeal law.
ti> the many handsome costumes; for law tor there were enough
nufllce It to say that never before. South Carolina state dispensary law. i on the statute boot,, to have prevented embezzelment of the funds of the At-
Palalka Florida. were more pretty and stylish costumes If I am not mistaken It 1s left with so dreadful a loss of life if they lantlo Coast Line Railroad. His
I: worn at an afternoon atlalr In each county In that state now to say had been obeyed.But bond was assessed at $5WO( ) and this

Pili"tkl\. It Is not necessary to speakof whether they will have liquor sold we do not have to go to Chic- sum was given his wife depositing
Mis. Walton's ability as a hostess or not. and the manner of such sale. ago or New York to find license and the motiH.v with the Neal Bank lu

i-tii i'>>njHnUH>llln-i'UIJtf'f'i-i-nt-i'DJnnU H-1-i'fUiifflti! EllU for her ranking position here Is con- South Carolina attempted to prohibitthe contempt of law. We are In the order to obtain a bondsman. It wasclaimed
and failed. Then by the railroad attorneys
of /
ceded by all PiilHtka. The ladles In sale liquor midst of It: In our own city. How
whose honor tile. guests assembled she established the dispensary law. many laws of our city are respectedand that the money put up by her was apart
made pretty picture that afternoon Now she has repelled the dispensarylaw enforced? The olllclals are be- of that taken by her hus1>lI..d.
aa all who hud the pleasure. of meet- with the hope that more of her rated. They are under solemn oathto By order of the court Mrs. Strobhar
Ing them will testify. counties may go; dry and possiblythe enforce the laws and they ought I has been given the custody of this
CrrHamilton state. But: we look another route to do It without fear or favor. But me .ey provided she gives bond to

and In the majority nf our counties why do they fall of this duty? Because replace It In case the court finally
Mrs. Blackwell's Reception. we are succesHful. We are trying to the people of our city have no decides. that it Is a portion of the
Watch go from local. option to dry direct regard for law and do not want It money embezzled by her husband.
Lust KrldMj "-'i-i:lug Mr. mill Mrs.J. but Putnam county failed, and assure unforced.

N. Black w i!11 .'erlllllle. In hon. r as we live there are at least five And it is time to cry, BACK TO THE P&latka's Newest Industry.
of their vIoIII.I.1111. uiii'ul, Mitt Hattie counties In this statu that will sell
Le s.-vliafieil. 17 1 21 jo\ve1s., LAW. Pitlalkn Is have another In
and to to new -
: Krysonor UiilUllii.Tenn. It was liquor' In some form as long as intin But the cry should take us beyondthe
one Of ,the lltOtt i hj K. Mltli', UlUl 1 ItltlO 'J! nk. nnd people love money. If law of this land to the law of God dustry. In Is to be nothing less thana
Cnn ttl$\) Ftii'nith'EIg1fl One of the I'diiU I ;I **!* nlTiilitf of thaI we had been under a dispensary law us" the rule of life ns we find that. law pine. saw' mill. Frank Causey,
kind I ever In.M In I'nlnllta. The Putnam county would have been dry summarized In the ten command. who Is establishing the mill has
house had been lant."full.v decorated! today or under a much better condition ments. It Is objected that religion leased a water front north of and adjoinIng -
and Walthar.1 Watches will greufiM ICIIIK" hhd yellow Jnsniliie than we nre nt the present 'Is founded on tile fatherhood of God the old O. H. & F. IVy pier of
L H. and V.'. A. l\I"rr'day and already
and (1I.ur..1 it tnost plnaslug time with the hope that South Car I anil means freedom from law. Lot
and refreshing. Hlyht;, I.. the "eyes or dma now entertains that our Ntate; I 11 be sugested that the Idea of fatherhood has a part of the machinery
die guests vho wipe rouflved. by may go dry nlso. necessarily Involves law as well on the ground.
Mr. and Mrs. KlHckwell a 11I1 I Mr. J. The friends of the dispensary never The work of construction of this
as liberty.
SWITCH The JJIeler Walton.. In the DIM lor ill Its Susie Intended that law as a temperanceact The president ot New York Uni- new mill has already begun.

Lee Walton reoeltrd snl pre lie lit, dI but aa a step In that direction, versity Is quoted. as saying that he
All 1"8 Itryson. M tit. Holder. iud Mitts knowing: that It could b.. kept under would be glad to have a confederation Grand Lodge Program.
Walton all from Oallatlii 'J'enn. and with much lens
better control of colleges demanding for entrance -
; The i Is the for
Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka, Fla. In the dining r"oln.'h"I'e excellent cost to the tax payer than the present a Sunday school diploma and following program;
refreshnitnlH woreived, the manner of selling; Intoxicants the fIrst thing named was that the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias,
hostess. won nssistml. by Musdiimes and when the people wished could ; holder knows by heart the ten com which assembles in Palatka in 21st

W. A. 'Valtoai. A. O. riiillln and J. be more easily repealed. mandments. ?These to be fixed In annual session March 14th next:

......."" ...... "" ''''''''. N. Walton. During the campaign of 1004 I his mind as the law of life. Wednesday March 14th 9:30: a. m.,
Mrs. Black well has always been frequently requested those who were Paul I. quoted as the apostle of
at Castle Hall for
assembling public
FOR SALE! Just received known as a rlmrmlng and popularhostess temperance people and opposed to freedom and as ,saying we are not opening ceremonies.

I < and this wall I he first entertainment the dispensary to give; me something under law. But in what sense ? Invocation Rev. F. H. Richer.
-- $ Fresli stock given by hvmlnce the completion better and I would bo with them., What Is he talking about ? He i la Address of welcome In behalf of
LandIn I of lid new home. Miss Hry- That "better1, Is not In sight yet and speaking of justification but he did
the Hon E. K Hnskell municipal -
and city ,
Improved Unimproved \ soil la one of the most popular guestsof heaven knows when It will l h. In this not abrogate the law. as the rule of judge.

i the season and her charm of person county. Mouth Carolina t"lI..tllo repeal life. In Rom. 8: 81 he says: Do we Address In behalf of St. Johns

Both City and County. ofGarden and conversation and her ac- her then present form of selling make void the law through; faith? Lodge[ Howell A, Davis Chancellor
Seed oomplinients are known and appreciated liquor and establish a dispensary God forbid ; yea. ., we establish the Commander.
-- j by largo circle of admiring and now she repeals that. Putnam law. And In Oalatlans. he tells us Response Grand Chancellor M. W.
Friends and acquaintances made during enmity refused a dIspensary tried to that the law IB the schoolmaster to /Stewart.

for i this and previous visits to Pa- repeal her present form of selling bring us to Christ. W&DNB8DAV,10: )O.II.. .
Henry Strunz $ latkii. liquor and failed. Which has been Christ Is said to have fulfilled the Convening of Grand Lodge.
the wiser? which hits shown the
Il\w. but does that \lift the moral law WEDNESDAY 2 P. M.
: Spring Planting. S SS Putnam House ArrivaL greater wisdom of her temperance? out of the sphere of your life? Has Afternoon session of Grand Lodge.
Florida. of
Palatka, people In the cause temperance It no longer a bearing. there? Could WEDNESDAY!: 7:BO P. M.
The following are the arrivals of I do not write this for the purpose Infer such from his Interpretation -
you Public in oporhou.e.,
S speaking
.- FOB'IV Place your orders $ the week nt the Putnam House up to of agitating that subject again. hut and application of that law as Past Grand Chancellor; Herbert
NOTICE OF APPLICATION that you may know at this late daythat He speaks In the sermon on tho
BAnBY.lrA. M. Crook, master of ceremonies.
U. LOHIH Thursday morning
\ $ : of service
i Dead Under Section 8 of Chapt.r. f I really wished to bn mount? Introduction of Chanoolor -
t Florkln.. now. Mr nml Mm Clerk,Norfolk 01| Mr nmlMr both morrally and financially to the Supreme
4888, Laws <> I The Rabbis had never heard anything
IflPlR MS X CO. Notloe is hnroby given that U.: E. N .1>Jon Howull Hurl, I'lillii WiiahliiKton; I) M ;IXiiiionloo Welter Wtiu-lax; people of my county when I Introduced like it. Address Chaa. K."The Shlveley.Relation of Charityto

B. Tubbs, purchaser of Tax owrtlrtcatu \ City Drug Store.Administrator's i f..mkIYII Aiixttn: Tx; Mr W W Brook, that bill. J. P. ''''A 1.1.. I 'l'beSavior'/ attitude towards the a Pythian Knight." Past Grand
No. GO. dated the Oth day of July A. D. } ; 00 iN. I Htiitip, Dtitroltf, ; J H IjflulM. law. instead of setting it aside,
,, Chancellor C. B. Pnrkhlll.
office N YI Mr noel I Mr. IlIhr ", Mr. K Kllllne, Boulevard Jacksonvilleto
1SW3( ha filed said oortllluate in my River lather makes It binding. "
"' ''' ''' ''' Oliivoliiud' : R ; H UKuluht Address "Benevolence, Supreme
Fire Insurance: for tax '
and has niuclo application Ilrooklyii; MruiulMraH B Wright, Palatka. He has done for the law what the Representative W. H. Bills.
deed to luaua In accordance with law. ii.l.iinii;Mr. mill MrHW Htuele, PhilMr I' tiavedone for the pool
J& archaeologists
Notice. ,::iul Mr ;H Ij I. wter, Yt Mr ,HIUI MraKliiKBlMiry. That the county commissioners o" Address for Rathbone Sisters
Lf>.adi( ng American and Foreign Bald: certllloate embraces the following Clhloi; Mriiml Mrs Aldrloh MIHM. ofSiloam. He cleared away the rub- Past. /Supreme Representative W. R.
described property situated in Putnam Notice to hereby frtvon, that 5!''' mnnthi aRm I. Erwin. Mrs It Ourloton, llitltlmoreg I ;: W I) Duval county mean' busIness In th' bish and restored It to Its primatlve O'Neal. It.
Uietlnlu lieroof, lo wit,on 01.11th tiny of April, (Uirlatoe, Atlanta; W A Hhnw 0 A Hptmner matter of the proposed river froi.t.
Companies county Florida towlti A. 1 0. *IWW) I wlllnnnly; to cite: County Juilffo of II W Miiyi (Ore,,,. CoVe HprlnK"! M U Kol- position as divine law. Address "Pythian. Reminiscences"
Lot I. bk'! 14 lots land 5.blk 15, O. T. .I'utuam County Fiorlilit f'r a dim'hniptt" from 1 lent,O W i41.'t, N Y| H A nwlKtm: Jllx, ; A boulevard from Jacksonville to Falatka The fact that this I. a moral law Supreme Representative, William
section 11, township 9. range !24-10 lie further, mlmlulHtrnllnn, ,. of thIs c."'.'. of H Tbotnpnon, Miami; Mrunil. Mm HO llAvIa' la seen from the following, taken grounded tn the very nature. of Uod Wilson: DeHart.
Accident Insurance: Julia B. M l ado latn ol milil oo iiity leooafleil. Mice Lioraliie Me J 1>Johns>ii, Tuesday's Times-Union
5cr,.. 1. H. HAH!', A.lmlntBtrntorThis ; Kokomo, Intlt: I IA J"W'r''I: : ,. .. Atig| H from and set over His moral creatures WEDNESDAY, 10 1'. M.
The said land bulng nssessed at tho DTtB liny ot Oatolwr,A. \),. 1UU4. Oat"VMImExecutor's Percy Briilmird Mrs HIIW "and duuKh- By authorizing the making of ti would suggest to my mind that simply Grand Ball at the Armory.
date o' the Issuance of such oortllluate t..rOharluHtolt: ,'M':; Mr anil Mrs Lucm:: and survey and plat uf the proposed rlve n change of dispensation would (D.O. K. K. DAY).
The Travelers of Hartford In the na-ne of Unknown. Unlots Notice.To ,Wellinglon liiuKhter!; OhiirlfKton, Mo; II O TnotiipHon shore drive from Jackxonvllle to the not invalidate. It. Man was a moralcreature !\ THUR8DAY1 011 Grand Lodge 9:30.
JTUI1'I'\L&N TJ Pearce,
said certificate shall be redm-med W R Hvott Jax: ; T A Aiidnmon YI,| KlHHtmmee; Clay county line the Board of County in Inuoceiicy, after the fall, Afternoon session Grand Lodge 2
according to law tax deed will Issue whom It may concern r J Vnluntlnu O M Vnli'ntlne I: K M,.acklnn, Commissioners, assembled I In and In a state of grace and the moral m.
Life Insurance: thereon on the 10th day of March A. D. PI* months fliml after nooouut the data and horocf" "ohn.t .will to preflonb the- N Yt Cites. Klv: I Hitvt, O T Onborne" Norwalk' ) special session yesterday took tin law has been and Is over him as a p.River for Rathbone Sisters
my O RHmltli, ; leo) Hiifrlnuton, Ohio;
190(1.( U uuty JutlKont Putnam rotinty, Florida, anit H M nroL...Huel..njj' A H IIoilH, city; first active step toward providingfor rule of lite. visiting EArt.y. and ladles of the city
The Old Reliable "Gerrnania Witness my official 1 signature and sealthis oak to bo i1lnahiuiiail from the further Adiulnlatfittlou Nortimn Htnwnrt. W H Mlironl, scranton the new driveway.An And the man who rejects Christ IIp.m.
of tha O'tAltt, of A. D. Tudor dttoeasad. Mrand Mm Powell N Henry Weh- outline of the driveway '
O. Pat YI; proponed
of February, and his salvation will have to
the 1st day This UBMinber'11,A. >>. 1"0.AdmIDI'4 "" l her' Norwalk N H: A fc! Tavlor, Ohli-opee, in the TimesUnionb appear Parade of D. O. K. K., headed by 4
Life" of New York:: .. H I. HECTOR. MIWH, ; J J Miiillionw I O Onnton Ilolyoke, was given before the Great Judge on the be.is .- Prof. Bollnger'a famous band-never
1906.Soaij[ ] JOSEPH PRICE of I Do will' ot A.:1>. Turkor, ..1.0.Eiecntor's MIUI. ; Mra N Wrtltuer Ml"11C1\"h\J.,\; K JJ mUontonMranU the time it wan presented to tinboard of this law. before heard in this city-4HO m.
lit-32-Oiu Mm l... ;I ".. In the form of a petition. In p.
Court Putnam Co. Florida Where Is the man who can dare do
Clk. Circuit ceremonies of O. O. K. K.,
OVIIHT.| ; H; MiMinov,, (Ii tel: w K Jtirow, Jax; with the desire. of the Opening
Insurance \ accordance petitioners I It? Does he not feel that that
Marine : J A AmlHrnon. Kliuliiiim>''; W It "Scott Jux; ; now 7IO p. in.Pimbllo .
Notice. 0 Hllaiitla, Qulnoy, Ill;Mr nltd 1'01. It straw the work of making; the I.w I bus been often violated by him? reception and musical at
DARSEY Toluilo O: (too KtHflxirn, Hol.., Freeborn and plat Is placed In the
WALL & survey I tow must he feel... he stands In the
OTTC'1' is hurnby' given to nil poraonn. the Putnam House 8UO m.
The [.iwidituj: Companies N .I; : : : Jn. MeOoriiilck (11,0 l horn, Wm Weailly, hands of Roland Woodward the p.
creditors i.gnt.'OS HIII) UMVlHi'itit of the M Y; R Jiiiiu, Holutneutiiilv.. K Yt MmJtttneH Full blaze of Christ's righteousness? Banquet for D. OK. K., 12 m.
Dentists. etttnto :of riiiMHloro. roe I'eVtwu, to nreiimiltlwll1 Miss Urnre JikinuN Miss| A JsnsM.th'Mavo civil engineer.The Let me lead you back. to Uod's lnwa 16.
clalniM. wjthlii time pivnorllMHl byluw ,, A K Moore, M T Hplnlt wHitlnk conditions 11I11'0..tI are that FRIDAY
Claims Promptly anil .... InilebttNl to : ; :: OL the rule of your lire and may tills
All -. for tiitjiiatniHiit th. :: Provlilonre, H J; Oio \. least 150 feet wide Morning session of Grand Lodge
road be at
Bridge and Crown Work a Specialty.Onioe an III entitle: lire rmiiiuMUHl toninkw hilIedhultOptiyi.ioltto Itoffinnn, KlUnlx'tll, NY] I) A ill r..h".I.M the law be the schoolmaster too lead you 9: O. '
UM ot lh,. aunii*. "U'k, Pu Jax: TJ HtIrfiulH and at no point U It to bn more than to Christ for salvation from sin.
Settled. I --- : HoHt '\; : :: I"I'I:\ JlAA l't:;: Afternoon session ot Or ana Lodge,
AHIIIH. J. PnVRAIJ : ; WO i.'; Win .,, !iK() > feet from the river line. An urpaved -
In Fry Hlook Talalkn. p\ U L II. nMiVIf.I hititliln. lnl, Mr and.. Mm A OtlrTonl M.Alld roadway I Ito ba reserved fi r 2:00:( p. m.
Ft. I KxtuiutoiMof luat will nml ttfatiilliuntofTlitMMlor Mr. HO KdHiirHt: Lout J llHohnelilerMr STARTLING Boy TBCB.People .
Ofllon 31 Fmrt SI. FA&ATXA. : ; The New. la to state
H !H>Vimll.duuuniuKl ..",I Mm N Yi 1 Mr anil. Mm Bartholo the future construction of a trolley
Executors' Notice: Thin Keby'" 15th; lOOt 4w. 1I1"J'.h;'Cinty Mcitail'Wiieh' n O; Mr lit.... The driveway U to b.. obtained the world over were horrified that the social functions are ot a public -

NOTICE yotlna la hewtoy .Iwn thAt on Mnrnluy. Juno NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOE 1\ion, ,Capt'IN ieo Hiimlon H Bench, Kokomo Hiivnnnnh, tnil; llnaii'; W A I through condemnation proceedings. on learning. of the burning of a Chloago kind to which all cItIzens are
Win, 1i1o' ., W.bail, mall dael l r. iurn. ot ouaitoniila Deed Under Hectlon 8 of I'litlilocik. Port Byron." N Yi II A HIMH! and paid for by special. assessment theater In which nearly six hundred : cordially Invited especially tote
whom Ib concern and touoliow as flwutois 01 lbs Tax Chapter .Inn; Mr and Mm T P Wlli-ox, MlimenpolU I on the property benefited, with suchallowances I people lost their lives yet; mote than
is to all may ladies Is this Invitation extended.
hereby given : i
It of Florl I... and
4888 Laws ,
... K A Kanunta Ht Piitilt Mr
.. "'I tentanlelO Mr And Mm
li liKiiMiuton. benefitas
I. for public
that inasmuch aa Mra. Irvua. A. _....id:and apply bI. ufffl"... A.. ""b Notloe 18 hereby gIven that 1':. S. Mm I WI1."w..rLh.II"v."il. Mr .R. H Van general' five times this number or over 3iiOO -----es.... -
Buddetnelr, wife of A. O. Btiddemelr ?:o ,m.INIi.: of tax ourtlAcute. Winkle M.a.lid 1'0111 UMin'.tli, N Y: r...... the court that condemns tha land people died from pneumonia in Chicago/
with I will ALMA Brewer purchaser nora Wllwr, (lii'iA JI Moed trolley WluI may determine. dunn the same year with scarcely a CHAMBERLAIN'S Cocoa BEMKDI TUBMoTHia'a
utterly refuses ta< live me SAK&U( A, JENKINS' No. 11V2. dated the 1st day of July, I i'r, Miimphtiit' JuI'IuO, Mnyer, Baltoi, U II of the plat am to b.. sent to notice. FAvonrfa.
not;, In the future honor her bill. or Inanywta Plitaiki. 1'1..Dee.SI. 1005."" A. D.. 1001 has fllod said certificate in Powell,!IlelJtml p Harden. Orange, thy\ Copies passing Every one of these
.., be responsible for nor trans Kim;, ; B H OIi.i'erg. N Y city: Olmrlea W the Board. of County Commissionersof cases of pheuiooDla resu'ted from a cold
for healing
and Has made .application The soothing aud properties
my office Hol..",'" Now Britain; Newman Stewart. W Clay and Putnam counties, and and could have been prevented by the
actions. Bpeotfully Tex Assessor's Notice.For tax deed to I..SII..III accordance with law. H Wllfonl. Horanton, Pat Than asked t In building of this remedy. Its pleasant taste and
lllj1.lfi their co-operation
A. O IltJI>I>B1II&la. : : ; timely u.sf Chamberlain's Cough
9-IA-36 Mr anil Mm Mnni'ottOiiiily I 1'hlla.1 ;
Tax Said certificate embraces the following prompt; and cures have made
the of receiving from Palatka to Jackson permanent
purpose ., Htiiittle,Wtiiih;Mr and Mm H Hunicor, atdrlveway : Remedy. A great many who had every
Returns, I will bn at tho following descrlbeil property situated In Putnam live. K.nic'h. N "I| W f Mauomlwe, Macon; ville. reason to fear pneumonia have wardedItog It a favorite with people everywhere. It
NOTICE.My below : county Florida to wit: W Odiill. Nattier Herbert _... Is especially prized by mothers of smeltchildren
nnnicd ijhiocsHSglvim J' : --
rr"l1d : by the use of this!
: prompt remedy
rlI, J W' Poise Oorronkti
ITih Lots It-11: 15-10, blk 2O-Intertaoheo. for and whooping
wlfn. hating ?'eft my hiuisa' and ....rl"l1I. Kith ; HnnnervtUf, ;. ...." .. H J Atlanta, Mr anilMraH Low R&ies to Louhvllle. The fnllowtug Is an instance of this sort : colds croup
Hostwlck loth; HII rrl 111. Ul.t; Fr... Said land Doing assessed at the date JHopklmiAtlnntat, Mraail MmJTMBlUHi'ker "Too much cannot be said to favor ofChalDb..I.ln..oulb cough. as it always affords quick relief
home I >.hffreforo notify oil pnraouo that ; Wnd ; Punlel UJrd : HollUtei', of the Issuance such oortlftoate In the Hnlto; B M Wlwlxtric. Atlanta The Atlantic C.msh Linn will sell and aa It contains no opium or other
:I shall not be responsible for nny debts 2IIb 01 ....br""rj. Iliterl..hen.HI ; DAme. of Warerberry JL So.... Unless < *:: Vnldofltat' ; Mr auil Mm Wetn... tickets tit Louisville, K.V.. on February Remedy, and especial harmful drug Ir may be gIven* contti .
Urooklytifb ..
; K J Aloom, N Y: W J En y for ool'ls' ami loll .r.*. I know *
sh IDa 3 contract. ,. Isuke IIl1d 1 Jodl"r: Br'l' or March said oertl Boats shall ho rndonmnd according ,inlniiiir and family, Ohli-nant' K T .Tewett SVh amid 26th. ak rate of o'le that It eureil daughter Ltura. of asevere dently to a baby set.an.. adu t, Forea.lie
J, W WniTMA ulO.: F. llUI.LAUD. to law tax deed will IfMurt .hBreon and family, Denver;:Mr clot Mm Jiu tlowen, fate t'lui twentY the ..>.ntll for thi my bj Aolterman-Stewart Drug Co.
:v'ed..r.ll'olllt, Via., Fub'j llih, 19HU.aIOBb If YIM.And Mm Hohulmrt, ,0 J Mtihllmeher) oo d. and I belle ed saved her
Tax Assessor. on the 10th lay of Miiroli A. D 1006. ; .. round' 1.11'| with filial limit of Marr.lith
W f.tiIe.Mnur' MI. '"; H M Powell, Mo life' when *h. wee threaten with
..... : _ _ Wltnens my offloUl signature' and eitl axl; J'B WIllliimH.! NO| Htnphun A (tattwalt, & 19oA. For further. In, formal Im.. W. D. Witoox Login, pneumonia New- FOR SALE-Callgraph fi
this the l.t of February, A. D. 1806! Weber NewarkN. J M Davli Atlantic Co'isf. Line ter In first order. 'rype"L
OnntlA horn.llyrari, Chulca N..wed Stylus Autocrat nay I, Henry ; see ; Agent., or c.ans .,JlTlvery !
FOUSALE UaavllU Fork Sold ackertnan-SMwart
ttUomonlol 1w
L lib l bv ; Drug
Kelly", >
JOSEPH HavannahV; .
received al Coon 180alJ] PRICE write Frank C. Hoylston, District cheap. Writ or call y.
old. $116! ; phaeton |IO. R8I.W U.:JlBU- Stationery: 'Jus ( Jax| B Silver, Illouinouil.. (,'0. "
TOHliakaComo Fla. ran.'. Book tltore. i Olfe Circuit; Ot. Putnam tIOunty.Flo..ld... Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla. K. Bow ton, Palatka, J'l 1... :

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; It THE PALATKA NEWS Ihe Original Grafter. .f ..jjIJjjjJ iW I -

"And Orosns lifted his voloe
I. AND ADVERTISER and cried 'Solon I Solon And King e..
Cyrus ordered that the fire be .xUn- A Martyr to Form PainNever I I.t.
Entered at the Palatka Curable '
.r'' postoffloe jlshed and the captive relewsod."- Painless Cure ', ,.< ) ,
'I, a. mallable matter. of the second larodotus. ,\ '.
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'" w,. class. _ 'here's i. basis for a thesis In "the (Original.] resign yourself] to suffer pain. Women's I 11 n ej4\} : 1,';':" ,
; i; Published: at Palatka Fla., on history of Cr ;' Fridays byftUSSEU. Mr. CrcBuus, Greece's. captain of form-to say "this la the pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous \ !-tt;: :

tt'", .-A---VICKERS. It contains finance. an; exegesis on the clippings roper thing to do," or "that Isn't the conditiOns of the female] organs, which should be \ Constr&Ebn

to do" Is like shaking X attended to dangerous results Will follow.
of the fleeces proper thing promptly or ,
t W. A. RUSSELl. Editor !! I.' ; 'r
: ul>f the lambs, when Wall street's ed rag before a mad bull, and I'll tell I : '- .
breezes are not tempered and you why. 0 I. 'if, 1pr4I; ( ; )f !r T..III. ) I'

4 IL GRAFT NOT NEW. the geese'sRavished feathers pay the piper 1 was brought up In an eastern city, I '. is 801II<'1 iM.fJintliol1.}; :}
t. V How often one hear. some old mount that .
for the dance. In the "best circles which ; ae "' ',
: h *f gentleman. In melancholy mod, regret "In the days of old Rumeses, this I was carefully trained on to the WinefQrdUIT : -. larly II"Bl ..iJ "\" yuu.
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"VK It
', the departure of the simple and here story had pareel.So ."- "proper thing" I was used to two different ,\"d, '\; /:;: .,;.,. f.
L : severe old days when American. says Kipling, and what he says ways of turning casual acquaintances

:. were poor and honest. goes with me, with young ladles Into No Range except a Buck's' can stand l t tVsJWJgJ( .
But old or new, It pleases me at
o. g The recent life Insurance scandals times to save, the pieces calling acquaintances. The first was light of thorough inspection. It'sl, Question '
% ; and the other disclosures COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEE .' I
1f lu1
numerous Of the stories of the glories and the for the :young man to wait for an :

'4 1 L "... of graft cause him to believe that grandeurs that were (Ureece's vila 1 Jon to call from the :young ladyor whenever she suffers from of woman's biting and weakening pains.It which part of UuekV, the inside or ts s t j

Increasing wealth" is sapping the When case they you see.prophesy a modern some member of her family the not only compels the pains any to stop but It follows up and drives out I the best. 'This applies( to Buck's, StoveRauI -{

t morals of the public. other to secure the good offices of a which them from coming back.It ,, i
the of the prevents t
pains II
causs terB. <
The of old Cicesus or 111
capture was a es :
I 1- He forgets the Innumerable occasions mutual friend who would give the In- I
i : In the past when corruption That stunt for of up-to-dateness the police's seizes me trod uctlon. makes you well. Try It. t, .: :.:"t. ,,' f,

: ,; on a grand scale" was brought to light with Joy. When I wns twenty I removed to a Sold everywhere in $1.00 I bottles .

j' ,'" and men said, "as they ray now, that He was roasted like a cheese is, out western city where I went Into bust-
the good old day of honesty had there on the Cheraouesiis., nose and made the place my home. I WRITE US A UETTXX "WITHOUT A PAIN,"

,t. ) F fie\\C,' gone. I Till he hollered for his lawyer found It pry different lu a social way freely and frankly,In strictest confident writes Mary. Shelton, of Poplar
"Solon Ay, that's where the "stamping and Mo. 'I I c-n do housework
If Is to be relied the rom being on my own telling u> all your symptoms Bluff my .
history upon,
; squeeze is"I'ucliritcniity"trial- ground" at hoiiic. I hud never bad oc- troubles We will send free advice although before taking CARDUI, two
) : good old day. ot honesty never existed ceases-"v I n- nsion to push myself socially and todo (In plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done mo no good. I can .

I I except In Imagination. dlcl\tIon"-thl. release I. would have been repulsive to mo cure them. Address: Ladles' Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Cardul!
t In Jackson's day, the country waspoorer White the graftem count on nowadays Nevertheless I gradually made oc- Dept.,Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co., I want every suffering lady to know vl. \
my boy I Chattanooga Tenn. this wonderful medicine."
; and the revenues of the government .Clenveliind' Limder tinlutnnces, In all cases receiving the
\ f" much smaller than" now -- invitations without solicitation on my --- -- 'n_ __. ___ _ ___..__ __ __ __ _
;: but the defalcations the New Yoik The Real Washington. Dort. As I Brow toward that age ----

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herein a man tires of society and --- n -
custom house and the stealings In "
"You sity I remarked to the old : othor.; I hope wllfoomu Boon and
Seven :years after I had met lull any you ATLANTIC COAST
for home I gradually dropped < LINE
: I, r the postofHce department were large negro who drove the hack "tlmt youWere longs a fllvard a sister of mine came from the often to make up for lost time
out of the woild. I duslred to
j ps,. even when measured by the present Ueneral" Washington's body- meet attractive gay who would east to visit me At an evening party I lost no time In making the enII and
servant? some girl __
standard of wealth and revenue. I[ Introduced friend Jack Mllburn when I did so displayed such grief at
"Dili's sol Dat. jes so, mbssa. I my
onsent to me.
4 } pew. And-worse yet-they did not excite done waited Washington sence lie One day I wnrry received an Invitation froman to lifer. While riding home I said to i having through a bit of conventional The Great Through Gar Line From Florida
the that her asked Mllnurn to call. stubboi'uness lost seven of the
general popular Indignation wns so high-no bigger 'n a sniull lutlinnte friend of mine-a Mrs. : "I hope you :years
EJ cblle." Of I'll him but fellow lady's society that It was equivalent
_-" .maller thefts do today. Wood-to dinner Tho only other guest course bring a
,:t Up-to-date "frenzied finance" la "You know the story then about Miss Julia Rlvanl likes to have a girl ask him." to a lot of lovcnuiUlng. My courtship
ueseiit was :young
the cherry-tree and the Imtchut. "My dear boy, I never ask men to lusted seven days or one duy for each New"Yuikand. Flu. Bpvcliil! LOM'al/CckllouvIl16 12CO: p in dully ex "iStind
bad. But for many years before the "Know It? Why, I was dar on de lady whom I at once pronounced very
call upon me." year of our estrangement; then I proposed Fin mid Went Indian Limited, Lv Jacksonville 8B6: n in dllll '.
,,' war the "wild cat" bank graft-the pot. I seen MosaaUawge ell m foe de I attrlt<'tlvo-just tho person I thought )
'l palming oil on the public of tree alter Jo cherries, and I seen him udglng from appearances that I would "Why not? I asked surprised. and was accepted.I New Yolk. Express leaves Jacksonville B:06: it in dull)'.
that paper fling de hatchet nb do boys who wasstonlii' / like to moke a nest with. She wascry "'Becausejt Isn't the proper thing- to learned .soon afterward that I was Chluiigo: w"d Flu. Limited leaven Jacksonville 9:110: n ill dally.
money was afterwards repudiated do." In the nick of time-that Julia Itlvard
him. I done chase clem '
a pretty very ladylike and bad been Dlxlo :Flyer I Innves Jacksonville
-was carried on throughout the boys oil da place moself." well edncated. She but nineteen "What Is the proper thing" was on the point of accepting a mnn 9:00: |p m dully.
I was
t' country on a grand scale. And the "Do you remember his appearances : old and not self assertive, but "If the gentleman wishes to know who hdd bud the (Impudence to call 'l'hrou l> ,.-h'I""lug, i-ms to New York Chlgngo II lid felt': LouIs,, also 111'''

." (.. r public tamely submitted. a man,? What he looked like. ?" years tbls only rendered her tbe more attrac- the girl It Is bis privilege to ask permission upon her without even hnvlprf. asked sloc-phig' cur service In August"! On,, leaving Jacksonville. "t H:8& n lu.

I. Thirty years ago the whisky frauds short"Yes, chunky iudeedy.man He sorter was a fat kinder and tire to me I passed a delightful even- to call upon her." permission. He bad given as a reason Intorchaniiul\ > mlloago tickets gool over 13,1X10: )( miles of tho |:Trlii lpal rallwaj

f i' I by which the government was cheat- b."rly-loollllI'. He ;had, chin whiskers lug In her company nntl went borne to "I never did such a thing In my that he feared lie might be refused. 'of the tout hern Slates are on sale by the principal agoota.; ;

; I : \1' ed out of millions through the pur and mustache and spectacles dream of her. life. We never did It at home." I also learned that I had been Invitedby "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa. to New fork vIa Atlantic Bust' Con.

i chased complicity of revenue ofllcei, los'' generally he wore lilgli: hat; In due time I called upon Mrs Wood "I believe things were different In Mrs. Wood to meet Miss Rivard Lluo; l also via Atlantlo Coast Line and Southern Railway"
but I'se seed him In n fur cap wld and told her that I was much pleased such casesvlien you were at home. with the Intention of making a match. For
were carried almost openly. complete Information cull
on E. P. '
i on Jackson, Ticket address
ur-warmersl". agent or
with her friend. This I considered The custom has changed. While I train ray boys and girls to Though the public applauded President "You were not with him, of course, quite enough to warrant her offering to This was a revelation to me. For keep track of conventional forma as For reservations aud information apply to Agents. Atlantic Coast Line, or wi Ite

Grunt's saying, "Let no guilty when he crossed the Delaware- bo a medium lu securing me a calling years I had I been priding myself on not well as they can, I also teach thorn to FRANK: O. BOTLBTON: Dlst; / Paws AgentV.. I). STAUK Traveling PUBS. Ant
when he the
man escape," good many more did river?" went across Delaware pciualntunro\ on Miss Wood She made trespassing upon other people's homes pay as little attention to etiquette as Is 138 Went Buy Street, Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida.

escape than would escape nowadays.In "Wld him? Yes sir; I was right no offer to do so. I met the youug lady till Invited. I had caused an estrangement safe. Forms were made! as a protection H. EMERSON Gee Tramo Manager W. J.CBAIO Passenger Truffle Mpi
the thousands of years of recorded lar. I was not more'n two feet oll'n nt social 1 entertainments and paid< her between myself and the girl I from boors Genteel 1 people can Wilmington North Carolina.

.. human life, human nature him as lie druv across de bridge In much attention, hoping and, expecting wished to marry and all because a conventional afford to dispense with tbem.RUSSELL .
his I Dnt's fac'. I walked form bad changed and I did TIIOIINB: -- .- ---
; has changed but little. It has changed buggy a an Invitation to call upon her. No Invitation =--': --=
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a good deal less In the last three- longBlde de ott hind wheel of dat came I was, to use a word not know It. BxprenHvil. ::::::::...= ::: :: .
', buggy!\ all de way." that best expresses It, miffed. I gradually I told my sister of my mistake and Daintily .:=:J J1.I.tn.a.tO..: ::Ib..a.r: : I
quarters, half and a quarter of a cen ")''ou saw him then when he The author had been drngged faintIng a.oy e-::::: l
asked her what I could do In the matter -
tury. fought the B _-Isli at Trenton?" ceased my attentions and Miss from a crowd of shoppers. PALATKA. FLORIDA. ill
She told that she would thinkIt
: ":';bo's you're bom I did! I held tlvnnl treated me with less. warmth. "Almost like lust book," he murmured
,, Even reverence for ancestry will my Drugs Chemicals
Hossa Unwge's; coat an' hat while he By sprIng there was a positive coolness over and let me know If she thought Druggist Sundries and '
recovering senses.The
5t t not permit us, In face of cold fact fought the British at dat werry between us. of any way to untie the knot. I wait Patents. 'I/I (
of delicate
.. to believe that our fathers and grandfathers >lace. Monna Uawge clinched him I met :Miss IllMird occasionally for a ed some time for her reply but none listeners, lietng perception PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY .
knew then that the book had I COMPOUNDED.FKKSIJ .
were very much better than and den day rassled and raxneled number of years. Meanwhile I picked came. Tben one morning I received a OABUKN< SUED.
1 anti at first he frew MOMMa ( fallen dead from the pre.-l'lIl1adel. Afonu( Mallory Bteam.hlp> Lino. I:,//I
___ we are. __., .._.. u.. ... 11...._..__ ...._Juwga_ ,..... up new friends and. dropped some of note from MUa Rlvnrd: phia Public Ledger. eo ____. ._ [
--- -... There has coma one change, how- :';:14 unit "'''DD' "' .II" uuii| nun, my old ones. There was no young lady Tour dater telll ma that you have" beenwaiting1 '
and set on him and done hammered
that I cared to Miss Rlvard seven y ara for m. to oak you to
marry except
ever. The public Is less tolerant of I him till he cried 'nulTI I Mossa -
Uawgewon come to MO ma 1 meantime have been Men spend their lives In the serviceof
,I graft and grafters than It used to be dat tight. I sued him wid me anti since she did not care enoughfor waiting seven years for you to ask for their passions Instead of employingtheir m"'m""rn'm"'m' '", ", '''
to ask to her house I
me me remained 11
I It has a higher moral code and will own eyes I An' I come home wld him an Invitation to call upon me alnca I supposed pnshlons In the service of their Delicious
III de kyarsl" \, a bachelor. that to be the conventional form In ,
I ,. have a still higher; one a half century "You weren't with him though such COBCB. {ndeed, I never! wan, taurrht! life--Steele. "; PAINTS
hence. --- -- --- --- --"- Bon Bons
when he shot the oil the -
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I Of course, this Is no argument for ?" == that will -
"\Vho wl\'nt wid him? I wu'nt? I and j wear; 13y
: the condoning of offenses of
today. was de only pusHon dar ceptln' one A New 'Vulll'aper.I'I] : ollllnc:. ==
) ", It Is only a tip to pessimists that white man. I loaded Mnsea Uawge's Magazine for YouI ChocolatesAll =- Glass nod Yarn lull. =S
there still Is hope of progress worth revolver and han'ed It to him aud -

? : fighting. picked up de apple nn' et It soon asle'd Homo-Made Candies |;!j JAP-A-LAC 3E
knocked it olf Nobody can'ttell -
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: GETTING BUSY. dat circumstance.dish yet ole niggah" iiuHlu' 'bout am bringing out another new magazine that you will come pretty close to Something new liddedevel'y : DODGE'S' PAINT STORE, |

Just as the Ooala Banner "You knew all the General's relations liking. I wouldn't be if day -
pronouo hit
surprised it
I ":' ed the Florida< Hallway Commission too, I suppose? Martin Luther you than anything in the jP Pnlatka] Fla. __

.r : ( worthless, that Institution gets busy, and Peter the Hermit and the rest?', shape of a magazine: you have ever seen. There isn't much style to it, but it L. A. SMITH
"Knowed all. and mmmmmmmmm um
stick the Seaboard Air Line with um Many
1r three "$100 fines for violating the many's de time I done waited on de has the stuff in it that you and everybody else will want to read. It is called I Lemon St, 1'ulutkit.TRAIN ] .
1; rules orders the Atlantic Coast Line table when Mossa. Uawge had mil to
,. i to enlarge: the passenger waiting dinner. I remember tlmn two gem- -- WHEN YOU WANT
I ': room at Interlachen and Is about to men jes' 's well 's If I'd I a seen um
l consider the advisability of telling yesterday.. Yes.sah ; an' I druv 'em Furniture! Mattings
"L the Seaboard people to furnish beti out often !I" ,
i i f I ter depot facilities at Wlldwood "I've frequently semi pictures 01 hn'ROVEO BERVIOB, Oil-. Clotha Linoliums
.1, u_ Don't you call that work?-Live Oak Washington In which he i U represented [ 'D The Atlantic Coast Line and its oon- Rugs
f Democrat. sitting upon n white hoise :i leotlonl are now operating eollil through Art Squares or Window

t<' Yes but this Is not equalizing: the Did he really ride white horse, or rains from Jacksonville to Atlanta, via
don't you recall the color of his tVayoroxs Tlftnn and Macon, with Shades, consult
:r-.', freight rates. It is not putting the THLLSflRA through coaches to Nashville and Pullman -

Interior on a par with the sea coast horseVhy, brass your soul; 'call de Baird Bleeping Oars to 86. Loula R. S. MOONEY.We .
It is not helping the interior merrl. color ob de boss-'call da color of It? mil Chicago
chant. It la not helping the Do you see dish yer nigh hose da Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic carry a big line of these goods and
vegetable I'm a drlvln' now, right ? Well, 'oast Line dilly at 0:00 .
I yer : p. m and arrive are making exceedingly low
; ",: shipper. We are not asking dat's de werry boss Mossa Uawge rifton 1 :1I1i a. in. Macon 4 :4O a. m., At- prices now.

I ci ; for higher freight rates ncr lower used to ride. He left It to me in his I haute 7 :BO a. m., hattanooga 1:15: p.m Undertaking and Embalming,
# rl." freight rates. We are asking for an will!" -. Nashville a ::6Sj p. m., Evansvlllo 1 ::25 a.
,' of Just then we reached the station, n.. St. Louis 7 ::08 a, m. and l Chicago
equality freight rates. We
I are and I dismounted from the hack and' .30a( : m. Play Box Ball
;I asking for a square deal. We don't paid Washington's body-servant for Good coniieolloiie are made at Jack-,
5 h want the spigot stopped up If thee his service No doubt a longer con- P ,onvllle from all Florida! points, thus: Kichards'
}: 4 bung hole la to be left open.-Ocal versatlon with him would have revealed t .iffording\ the quickest and most oonve- Alley, on Griffin Lot

1--1, Banner. other new_ and startling_! facts heat service from this territory to the Coder new management
relating to the Father of Ills Uoun- Veal I
i:f, t. .-Max Adeler In "The For Ladles play free Wednesday afternoons
try Scrap: further information sea ticket
;;.. ,, represented During the the years second Hon. R.district W.Davis 1 In Book -S a- y V1'J'11'I jL gent, or, ". onaulb The, Purple Folder." I II 2 to 6. Ian water. It Q. BufOy, Mtir.

./ \' Congress he strongly advocated en The Southern Life Insurance company -I -
oj" ]larglng the powers of the Interstate of Jacksonville has filed letter "'2J..rij :Y..ur Homo 'IoI IO.i.._

k Commerce Commission. He of incorporation with capital of $.100.OIX ,- ..: r'We
'ij was a ( ) yet to be secured from the sale or t
i'''/ member of that committee of the IO.OOO shares of stock at $10 per. It FurnishGood

:;-. ?' House and delivered several speech Is the hope of the Incorporators to
r; es on the question. Those speeches sell this stock to Florida people, and urr In1ostponthl !
once established to do au exoluslvMorlJiv ;
W' : ( now read like a prophecy. Las business and prevent the BK I f

1: n I *- week the House by an almost I1n"nl- aX)0,000:. ( )() annual outflow of :Florida j '_ 1

moos vote extended the authority of premiums to be dissipated In the "" ."
the commission and If the bill be- north when there are people at home 'rica..ia/"oIficto" >.z '" J
willing to enjoy the fun. The scheme
comes a law it will bring relief to reads well.Michael. "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WAOAZIM:! !
r millionaottoillngAmerloans.Leesburg fJ IN TMB WORLD" I
Quinn has been sentenced '- 1
Commercial. to serve 80 days In the Duval county; : Ask your ncwtrlenlcr for (this sutm-b
-, _. Magazine If he does ba Every
not cluit
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t In the death of John B. Stetson, M. Call passed the sentence Quinn send us his name and SclLlrelCwjtll i .t r
the great Philadelphia hat manufacturer was getting n divorce and his case name and address l aiul'1 loc. for u'11-'; It,

I which occurred at his. winter Judge was. before a letter the urging court. him He wrote to decide the .Something New in Magazine Making copy.this paper.Regular price 350. ML-U.. ..i the'

home in DeLaud last Sunday the the matter as quickly as possible, Burr Publishing! Company:
cause of education In Florida has and In the letter enclosed two one THE SCRAP BOOK is the most elastic thing; that ever happened In the way of a 4 WM. :22d Street !rtm ','-' i < Year.

sustained an almost Irreparable loss dollar bills, stating; shat If they magazine-elastic enough to carry anything from a tin whistle to a battleship. Everything t;
: Mr. Stetson not only gave liberally "would be any Inducement" the ; that appeals to the human brain and human heart comes within its fiction t I
Judge was welcome to them. Friends compnfi Our Goods are Fresli and New
which is the backbone of European Restaurant. t
of his to the periodical circulation science'art -
money upbuilding of the of Quinn are urging Judge Call to ; biography review philosophy! and '
$ university which bears his name, but suspend the sentence on the ground poetry wit, humor, pathos satire,, the weird, the mystical. ..everything that can be 'call we would like to have you

J he also unstintingly gave of Ms great of Qulnn's dense ignorance of the classified and everything that cannot be classified. A paragraph a little bit, a saying, Furnished Roooms, .and Inepoct themIf

p store of business ability and energy, law. an editorial, a joke a maxim, au epigram. I It la not convenient ,for you '

and these qualities frequently count Capt. W B. Dunham, former gnn Hot and Cold Baths ; to rail Just phone your order lu to )

; .. ..'for a measure of success which JlO Coast superintendent Line but lately of the assistant Atlanti to Nothing Like It in the World At Mo and 84 careful, and id will receive prompt

; amount of can balance. attention.
money Third VIce-President J. It. Kenly
-- ------- has resigned that position to BCC..ptthe There isn't anything in the world just like THE SCRAP BOOK. It is idea Cbas Kupperbuscji'sPalntka

i John A. McCall late president of place nf general manager of the which we have been working for several years, and for which we have been an on Wig I L. C.
: the New York Life Insurance com Oeorgla :Florida Jb Alabama R. R. materials. We have bought hundred, and hundreds of books gathering Stephens
With headquarters atBalnbriiige, UaHow's scrap from all over the ,
ZL j nany died on Sunday at Ijnkewooc, ..e.a- country some of them a century old, and are still' buying them. From these books we No better lime than NOW to sub
N. J. Mr. Medal
was probably
P. criminal. He wasluabasnrvant not 011 ThNJWo are historical gathering and classifying an enormous! number of gems and fact and figures and wrtlw for the News; y.ar. 100. Kirby and Morris Streets:
'. horseback who had been discovered and personal bits that are of rare value. Furthermore we have a corps of
offer Ono Hunilrail Dollars... Ruward. for any ransacking libraries reading all the people :j Palatka
if1 and compelled to dismount. lie MM of uaMrrh that oonnui be cured by Hall a current publications, the leading daily papers, -anuu Florida.
,i r 'presented an all too numerous class Catarrh cure and'digging out curious and quaint facts and useful facts and figures from reference
of modern financiers who seek the T. t CHE1KY *" CO.. Tole.ln,0 book,
cyclopedia etc. etc.Don't '
W.,the nnda..lKne.l. 10"..knowu V.J.lhitnr' Study at *ifW,
route "
seemlnprahort success unhampered for tile. I.... lajrviira. ,nntl .hallava blin pnrfootl Homer >- ()
I by moral principle-me,, btnornbla. In all biiitlne, 'raniMutloija sad. .tinun, fail to get a copy of this first issue of THE SCRAP
5 1 k who keep within the ]law and yet itchy able l to carry out any abllipuluul" ms4. BOOK. It sells ... ::r.:. 'r..::.::=;!::-: I r.. r Dr H. E. DOUGLASS
bf bla at the price at which all ,
I I whose operations would never thrive armWAT.mifo our' other -a S. WUh' 1k.
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XINHAK a MARVIH, maga llL::::.. : :
o ay ., t: :
f, in the limelight. They seoura that WhnlMiila, Oru.iil'.'la, Toli-ilo', O. zines sell-Ten Cents a Copy and One Dollar by the Year. -a........I.m.... ..'e .ho,'. ..r.w: I.A".....l...:.. Osteopathic Physician,
I :. which for a time appears to be sue Ifolrt Catarrh Cnra. 'U taken, ., 1 lrt' rnallr, aotlni( .".'... L....G..a.yrs....,.. ,a._" Cl'......GeeC.n... Rh, ., Offlon.Kt BMiilmoa' Cur orange and ,vh 'I.
cess, but which in Its final analysis directly upon ihebIoolawl mucou..urIae.olb. .Ik''..._ ._,... L o&' _( .P.q....$. .. y,
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a* certain" aa death Itself U found to par butt la. Sold by all I d rnnlataTaka I "' AH Curnblrt Dlannsea trilbed
: spell FAILURE. Ilall'i VaralU. Pills I far ."pal1o". *dds t'f:llaMas,PI.ta" ;Mi.rida, uvaesiifully
without drugs hronlo casespecially ee-
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B I Ia Crescent The Bible Conference.The 'Tis Well With Him. .

... I II S? City Newsk I Florida
)Fii third annual cession .r f th The following series wenwrltter. East Coast Railway.

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Southfield. Ililil'i, ,eontVitnaii" oi. lm -- ------- -- by that' swetjt spirited little "wonmiimid .

I on Thur d"\.' !Ii lllCh) t of luxt' wvelt with i ia I eminent, writer. Mica,

I Groceries i I.) OUI3SUKNT CITY. I lit Mrs.: J. 1*. Appleby( linn been" very fnlrly. good nitendiuic I ** wtiluh hut I Fit II liS'J. Crosby hymn, mid. dedicated ru: Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9, 1906. i

I In for tho piiHt two weeks und'or' Inorenseil. ffrim. I dn.v Vu,,dll." On riunday .. her |1".r""III'I friend MrAbhle n...:1 11It"IOUIID-.IAD: DowN IIORTH.80UND-RIAD. ,
14 OliO of the tntiBt bauiitlful much (if r i tin. 1 lime I icreiit/ mix. lot.v WIIMf.'lt .
P1 811(1Table. t lonnllnim III Fli.rlilu Tourists i hit. 10 K"\uI..II.:\ : lit l IhA I Veau of I III!I.. place on I the I i 'nri."i-li! I "Ih..r r ;;;
will liy liur rent ilv nnd fil 10 nJs.. AIHHI : moiitlntf." us fi lii'lltWI nml .., nlngservleev -, No. se N... IS lift. D8l1fo. IS 1'ATIONII !'. ,e 740. No. ;; : ItS
7 foil It J
an Id onl spot', toNp..n.I recent visit to nrl | Delicacies the wins,,-r. cor piw a f..w"liysof '. |r'I"'I") |H her. I'onillitdii! I ehow'dsOUmll1lpl''VI'IIWIII. w'I'IItI'Il'I *. with ill.. body iif her. husbiind.Anilher .. Daily..!
I .i.T;. 450 P 8110 0 100 a Lv..JacksonvIlle..An. eo ?1 40 411. 5 ro
i.1 keen dnllgltl. n..A. C. IJ.m-lut'i.'liu! uf :N< w Yolk euttl III.. entered ............ 4 ::211 p a VA ......110. J..taoo.llle..Ly 2'1 p,. ..........P.. + 113 a
hi Tim town i la Oil I'rvxoniit Lake Mlm Itfllliin I '! him ( I nil t'MraillMj above! 1110 II e.j(lt p 10 lit 8 UII a .. ......11.. 11111.11110......... e ::10 a 40 p 8 80 1 ro a '.
lins II-I-H lib tin' p
) App'ehy priMu'lii'd I oifnluicvifiiioiixiiK .
Fruits Nuts Etc t ('''' nrm' of the 8r. Julms ) | .\n." her voice I In "'''''T. .."..._... 11# P 1111 ._._ .. ........._.8..R............. 6 155 .49 .
3 an.I In 100 miles by "" lUVGll Bfllt) ruin. I."Iff MCllOIll .10(1111. I IhujllH ';( ,.e. luti'ti. i>n Hinidn.v, bv lt..v. Now Kins Itedu.unIlug' Love 10 IOJ C 97 p 11 00 9 12 tv..NF.e.t! 1'.1.'k..L.) 6 lip_ >LJ> ..!!' e.. 8 40 ut '

!!! Liv. your order with q 77 ratios. by rail from Jaelmonvllln. tan i w.'eku.. nwlnic 'to time. III...".." or John A. I llnblmrd. if Vllnlnln.thliliiu ; A uhlld ill., joy or no grace, through VMII. 01111t.l 'lallh divine l6 i6 p TiiJi a..tflTh A............ P""lka ............Lv II 00 p 3Sj 6 00 Olrri 'i,
tunituv .. ........
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C ...!..!!!..R 1iu1i ..!.!2i!! Ar 1l-P! .!lL 705..... .4
rJ J. W. MtLLKB and her mot (her. I>ui i lug I her. iib..Mnpu hrehuo. ClnlrlIIUH bxen preiieiit' 'T.muiirn. won hit nltii ICIKHHHUel bun, '!I. semi' we know ........... Iu pITM ...A.Ballttiii40o.Ly roo pl .. ....... ..... .
ThKjill day river ride. on the 506 8U11 r L........... aoM.I.o..Ar Miu .. OOa Sons
will not bo : wait 'tnlight by Mm. U. 11Prunoii I. but dfllnK in 111* ruDMileiiUHuae" from .L.J' _.P J
you ditnp- '1 Btenmor Crnaoent, from JuclcBonvllla o gentle u ire. no lonicer, wee, ",, ....._.-. TI l jj i1 i"ji ......,.... L..._..... N....................Ly .41) P.::::......p..TI r ::::::::-:: .
poinbed us to \ a. formerery populnitoucher 1\ reoi nr, I illness I IIUH mutt t been. ru active mil lut thy' linen 1m Htronu' ; .
a mid. prlco. quality p l of the dullghtrnl to CritBCHiit,, oxpnrleucea, City IK one of) of the school.. ( hi I tin- \\ 01 k us In f or.uur years.It .1'1' I Irma., lioum,joiLwIII IhiUMWRi.....HO lie lonely lonp.: floW ::::::::::: S 795 04 lrH: :.c::02:::::: :": ::::.Oruioud::::,1Iunnella...Dupont.:' ;UotaL...:::::::.: :: : :: c ::::::::: :: a) .' i

: r pr Florida travel Thin Bteumer W. B. HnbbR of New York a BOIIof In. thought Hint. IliU, wetk and Thy hu.liand, !thou art, pli'duod to moit ltSUpshmSpl2hdpitiaa"' '' a ::::::.... Ormond' ....,...::: :: i ; : g 'an :
We tiiaks In liuaven. whure afmelH dwell. .. a..
specialty of loaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m. Mr. HubbH of the well-known through thit renTiilnder.. of the conferenci Look up look up andoeaHd thy team U90pSdplUep&1955,.......... a; p i I ri _. : :::::::: ;1)sytous.Orange.. :::::::: :: .4: : r.p.2: : 1
'" the r every Tuesday and .
Thursday Tin well with Him 'LI. well.Bnlovrd 7220 I 88J a Ar..New. Smyrne..1.. .
he _
willbe aliln to take a
R r Saturday, reaching Cre rent fruit cOI1I11I"slolhouse of McCor- relative, and friend roiiiiont aT4 p. Ar......... Lake Heluo, ....._.Lv a.
City at, 6 more iivilve purl .p..cl..lly In the JO ... ....._.. "
p. m. 'Ihls trip la the mick, Kubbnoi Co., and himself con- In lire and health prepare, 89 .0 III s 466 P Orange CIty .. I
Grocery only daylight ride up the broad uepteil with the firm hns 1 been. n visitor singing. The duett's of 1>Ir. and Mrs. To moot vour, dear d.pa'l.d| one, 10411 .Ioe a S 00 _p ..Orsogs lily lno.U". 12 eo p.'2110 P 40 I, 6
g 1 and In yontlftr world so iHlr.Tho M a Lv..New b.nyruB..Lv j
picturesque St. Johns. hare for the pilot ten cliiya. Chafer IIlld'tilt.I quartcltd singing ., ford who gure ha' *called him ho.ne 9.Tl 1 ...........Oski-hiht.........Ly lp TI I U TI a
The .. ....
mourner hns ..
pretty oatlnit tVhulrs .011..1.1. dwell I 10 95p .4r Tht.villo. S Os 2 .
Business I and offora a delightful outlook Mr. "and, Mrs. W. J. Pierpont or Mr. and Ales Chafer Miss Jones and And weonn. Hn.v wlihixit. reap 2L: 5St i.. .!. !._ .:::::=:::: ( ..::::::::::::;. WT : iTu uj. ... .ft 845o .

s even lu stormy weather. Mr. Htebblns are amonu the musical Tie well with him, 'ill, ..well.LAKE ............ it 5 .11 p. ............. .............. .9110 a.. :
!!Siivannnh formerly of thin pliioe -as. "i
''" Oresoont Olty I Is the center of features the conference.. most. generally T2. itIj L..l.ltu.ylla..A Tc Ti To..

II! sndln I It "'A fitrlvo tn 1'1 the. orange growing Industry In cent Monday. Tne"dny nnd Wedneftduy enjoyed.Aa COMO.Mr. _.__ .1 A' P 821 od ......... .. .
'" Ir I middle Florida) and beautiful of lust week hero vUltlnir *: p : 1' :: :,Jtockisdo.Itocklodge. :::: :: 1 'a 16"p... ::: : .
exci'l. usual the song service at the --.a.. r.. ....p. .. ....._..Kall Oehhle..,i.,. II r r. ....... I
groves Burrouud the .
a aPI plaao fi'leiulannd Telal' iv. Mr. .Pltrpont Mrs. Jus. Manchester of 1 2J
a conference Is ...... .'. ,.... IS ... ... a.. n.
lull ..
that eminent
__ I Good being by : p.. .11.0.
o -_ tinntlng. hunting and wile Jiinri retiirnlnic fi'oin ,a hn.inoi>strip Cleveland. Ohio, are housekeeping. ......... 126 a 469 .......lb.Ua......... II #0 p......... .V .
: 101a I fUhlng will afTo-d! amvanment or Mr. 44 .. ... ..
composer gospel hymns, lu the Davies a Itt .
cottage '
I for Bportsiunn. to tlxvann, Cubit, .'W". 2 iN a : on & 0 : ::: Clonic':::: : :: I 115 a IS'Ji, p;..:g .I':. a
Ueo :: 'I
a !,!3l... im Jin for UAY 8 U. Stubbing: or Brooklyn, and usiv Mr. cud ]\I How ley a 20 : 22 : a.. .
R i URAlS andS I Naptha launches can be m.- :Mr. nod Mm. 'Sinllli Cobb nf Al- prvoentor this jcenlleumu in hiirdla Rllrt kister-lii-liiw ra. uf Norlliport daughter L. I. -0.-. : = a g #4 :::::::: : .::. ::::::::: .. b.,: ......::::. :: :g ill :::: :::::. : : & : : : : : .4t
FEflrrr" ,
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cured .
cheaply for watnr tripe -.- I a a ....Jeiwi .. 10 IS .1..e) 413 ..
::J r.rzEgs.r Crescent City has good' hotels hany. N. Y.. arrived lust week nnd bent for he niiiiinges to get n. vol- are guests lit t tile, Avenue House. 0n_. 2.S a s 1! p.. ... ..........lllar& ..h........... 10(14 81 ..
Grove Hall. hiivpueen .. B 7 "......... ......... u 9 85 US p.. .
nII i and lioardlna houses at moderate lirA Hgnln nt They uinn of song from his congregation, Mr. mid Mrs. Hugh Monger and ..-........ I I a 71 0 ........10be 1".4'......... a 21 ... 411 .... ..
F" ) rates. In the, state Boino time but haveheen such ID wits never thought possible children arrived lust week and are I 0. I a .. Ar....We.t Palm Beach ... .. SI 1.1 p...I 0 P
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F I Im Beautiful ,Bhad d wivlkft. and pnjnnfnltis nt P-l.vtoll: and oilier In Crescent Clly. Itt housekveplnur. III the Morrell CotHge. \a. 4 5 1 a B 8 BI ._. Ws.ii.1'.lm Palm 1105011 Hu.eh....Ar.L S 16 ," :: 1 P I

bicycle peth.'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrur.rrrrrrrr... \ Mr. Monger has charge of the ..1... ( a 8&9 p.......,.. ........ ..D.yu'oo..L. 14 I 1'101. p.
reHorln. All nn K\I\\ \ to nee t them Dr. El more Harris of Toronto On. tlnrrell groves niul the Ijomollei ...... I a I 0 p ..._._ .,............ .........._. 7 8M 01 .. .
J W. Miller! b ,irk In' CreBront illy.) ., a P...... ...yuri l.suIordals....." S 49 a..5. ............
tiulo I Canada, wnsexpi'oled lotmlveon lire piensed tu i welomiH !them ns |"ernaiient -_._ U 100 p.. _._ .......... Iiulut, ............. 642 O ...
Mrs ,'. S. DnVetin with tier Bister Monliny nnd hint probably iiddrvHsi'd residents of I he I io nKOIIIH -....... ..a 1 a 10 1 P ......._ ........Ilahiandalo........... 5 95 a.. 80. p..... .
.......... 2 a 10 ..... .....Lenn City ....... S 0 2' .....
Flit.lrrrprrri Mrs. Pay'np. returned Inot week I tho ooiiferencn during,! I the ) of tliu Coinolles, intended. .IOM P Ar..MI"ml..r.. lO p.. 510 "

Crescent City I.i Ijj>=I.I.:1,1t.li:1i:1.IJiIrrrrrn.Ir..rr.1"I.: : !; : :; : ; ; ; "" from RrlJg"porli Conn. Airs p.. pI'eHeilt vvth. Rev. Dr. J nines M.. (hi,. Valentin1. puny, at, CrencHiit. I lynstueek. ..88.... ...7 (.a..............p.....71. ..... Ar Lvi f .......o.7.hI.nni' ,.......,; *Lv A. .......... .. to .......h'....p. .'

n n ; 1,11g iu to VHHII,* HniiiiunceB" that, die will con- Urny director of i Ihe )Moody( Institute nit" tlniH.. Tho.) r< port H Very .pie ''S BiITht;,; ;:; Ctru on ; :', 20. 78.: ;:: ;:;Sleeping, ; on ;; ;;: '.te u' :

!!J Our 5 and I lOc (limo .In miiko Crexuent. City her III Chlongn; will .lIe. iimimrit Mrs. W. O. It"u'"r'I..Iod' Welnkii: I Itatly Sulidny. ;

home nnd Iliat I lh! large OI-IIHIJ-M! from bnihry kOth to :March! 4th. last week. OND1N"I SCHEDULE BETWBEN JACKSONVILLE AlIfD 8'. AIOt8TIIUI 1 1BUTBOtND

a g D" ag m 1iIl"In irrove propertl"' or her lute Ii uuu hand Dr Cray Is an Eplsconullan and wns IIc. 13. ". N -No. 81 13 N
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Palmer hilled wildcat ,
I4r Our new llns of .| Bargain Counters tt"IJ will by kept( lip to tho canto high formerly" it prominent lector in Jinn- Cbns.Inso week. 1I..llryV..ISII'ILII. a large' 'amijbas. D.lr Dully .2tl"e.. b._..E.. _. D.nr D.nr D.nr h. ... .

Htiindnul. or dnvelopment.Mrg. \ ton. ,
i Palmer (tilled luiir Inrne, 'untorsIIH L.J a tOp5OOp4inps2OpssOpfaonp
rJ ru are full of New Goods i. M. U. Trnll nlwaya n \IIOPUar As usuul the meetings are generally I cither dny. Mr*. Cowlium, of .rS.alrlOovle, 0 .100.10 I6J 40 P 680 P 82 p1 0 80 plO 0 P10RTBD0tND
SHOESFor.Men : just in. It will pay visitor to Ure oent City, wim Ihutuxuuuct attended by the ,people of Crescent Crescent City !I.< nioiiiulng, one of N.. 801 1.. ? :j 8iNO. 28 1.. 98 N.. 52 I-'
r;IJ tll!lem for Mr. VVnUliian. .
p. "' '' t'1\1; \ you to look them over. i liixt wank of Mr. and Mr*. M.K. City and Burrounilliig. country .7.1"0'. ,til..4.I :Sun E.. D.nr Danr E.I '
FrI and the town merchants Quite, a crowd or friends surprisedMr I ,
,.j Women r We also have a bigrF / Wlilte toni( Mrs.V.. P lieiihiiin.Mrs. Thos. Cnrstin Monday evening L. S.AnIrn.llne a 10 P SI ii 10 40 .1 8 so .1 140 ,) S 1 .1 7 6 a .
P... and Children stock of Trunks and P1 Tralle will sp'-nd( a conplfl of places of business at o'clock each .hI..I lug I' blrtluhiysurprlso, Them WuiC ...rJ.e'.Io.II.' I 10 p l: 10 "l 40 p1 740 a) S 4u 9 a) S 6. '. ,

f'I'1 IIUJ wrt-kd nt Uriivu Hall I before return-. evening" HO that all can enjoy the Hiicing, lo HIM. music of Ihe gre 1,110. a Trains .mpl.sxclmhv.iyofPillmanor PnrlorCr.and extrasmttr.rs will b.obarged. pt.
P.R ::! t ItaF 00 1'0. on which 00 extra or lost ras Is Oharged.
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: nhould attract your atten- t::! ,..") TnleBcopeH, Suit Cnacs rrt' I Ilg In Jucknoiivllle, where she Is evening service. hone, and other entertainments" ---=.--- =

110I11I Iou If you are after the .iLJIJ t'1J; Hand/ Baga/ eto., just ,.." spundlnir) the greater/ portion of ( liewinter. During the past week ninny strangers tefieshmenta weroservotl and grewty No. as No. Ii ito II f- NO' 1. No. 20 lIfO' 55 ..
S kind that ar.. guaruntet-d :iI iI110I' r.LI 1:1:1:: have. come from abroad to enjoyed.Mr. Sa. ...... D.17. M.rporl Br.noh 8a. .\
from the enjoy .
to wear well. We can't riLl : factory, and I.t 0.17 0.,1', Daily Daily 0., Daily ,
14 and Mrs. Henry Wiilnnmn and 80.
..4I.'"" AtTord to keep !any other rakiud. !' ::; don't forgot Unit we d UBV. 1>1'. J. I K. Wight/ and daughter tho conference meeting on, Ubnron: Mt for their home nt. -i 3lSj T ......_.. ..,. ..",. .. .._...Ar "WIj. l= \
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1:01": President Chafer I the 40 P P a _
At th time urges people 140 l.aoh. f 1
same .11 .
101:1;: of Cove arrived on Htilnesvllle I ml. They iuutu'ndediesiviiig / ... _
have a largo stock of urepii Hprlngn 14& PIO 65 a P S 69 a .AUlnllo ..... i .46 P _.__.
t we IRveendeavred with tCn11btie 1:1.:: IJ.' ::! pi ,r..nlt'\. IInll urn, lit drove Hull. Pr ; I 10 iitteiul. nil I he seBslmis, of I lie conference IHSD week, but dftilded to re- ittoptLt, 1< a 7 0 p_81 .......... ..yur&.L.. f 14".1'1 o 48 P_....... '
!;Oil ntylo wearing Goods
Dry Clutliini, not only for (lie. personalbenefit "nain, another week Saturday' evenng "
S qualities, and after you t:: I WlgXllll wim |nn>
of frleii'ta called STAMSHIP
large on MAMI
-n Shoes and what l \ but because thus future! plansof a : party
!!III hnvn tried on a pair you 111., 10." you ,.... 'remb.vterlan church in tit is ptnro th..m and had, merry time. There "
will acknowledge our sue- (lflCeg want for the conference depend, soniewlnit Chess C.eeclua Mad at. Miami with Steamehlp. oC the P. a o. s. S. Company for :'
t ( t':;} daily sn. tJ ind l U the futher of MrB. W. C. Nor- wore many selections! by the gmpho-

IJ $. t'lr'JI"IJ Ion r..:, Ion und Mrs." E. 11. Wlllinnm of upon the attendance this Benson. phone, songs und recitations, by Mrs. Havana Key West and Nassau. \
III" Ifl ----e---- r.n The .sessions. lire held dally. at 8:110 \tValsmnii and Chim. C. Sullivan.:; In ,
I Of Course Everybody S"II jgI (I rove Hall. hut visits always give /and 7:30 p. m. he midst of tile msrrlment oamit" a Three Sailings Each Week.
pl" iiBiire to this people\ 01 CrescentCity. knock at the door. On opening It,
1:1':: "I "In these dlKitlnrs"| knows n5I II.II.CONE : tunny or -Wt.OIll remember here appeared a poor wayfarer, itukng Trains dl.ch.ree p.e.enger.t .llp'. aide. Nc tIDsl.r..
I how we excel InGroceries. gitIlJ [*> 1'11'1 The Valentine Social. permission to remain until I lie Those TI' lie Tablue show the timeS at whieb traIns may b eJ.to arrive at and depart
mttornte.Jiunc's from the.or.ml .tattmon.. but .rr'.1 or do..""." o. ." I. notg.onsntoedDoria
:: ;;J::! The most succuBsfuI entertainment early morning train was due. He utleOompsny bold lul nnydu.isyeorany, oon.eq..onae..1 'bur..' .I
UII I i 83i f Padgett, sr., line been quite from financial wits taken In and iniicle welcome. t" .-.o.II.ur .rll"l ", ,
4I i !'In ::::": The Shoe Man t: III for I hue vast' two or I Ihreo weeks at A standpoint evergiven Us name was Henry Nosewblsk or For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other information .
s New mid Bnasiiii-ible (roods jJJurrlvlntc 10:1".1 "1'1 under the auspices of the V. I. Chicago III., .a broken down tar
"1'1 its horn, III (the north uidof lown< "SEE THE 'TICKET AGENT."
fIIlJ dally You can nkj I I A. was the Valentine party of last pedal 1st.There :

f: depend on Fresh Groceries f5JjG. :z zCAli t 10M Crescent City, Fla Ion tj;: Mr. Faditett Is probably the olJehtcttler and week The puny was given by (the was preaching In the linp- J. D..RAI1NR. Asst. Oen'l Pass. A"t.. ST. AUOUSTINEt Fiji.a. .

"t.. \'II.a .< 10." ,,1:11o. In this neighborhood, Third Division commltien nf the association (let church 8undny n. m. by Rev.Vm. ,
MMM M Ma ..w though not an old man III yenra nor Stones or PulHtba.
a L. Chamberlin's 5 ..LLL44hJ.. J44LJJL4.J4 composed. of MemlnniesW.D. ;

1011:1: MtJ __ ____ __nn _n __ __ ppearance has lived He here number, since be-his Dunham S D. lUrch,, M. R. A very. Interesting. Lengun meeting S. & F. RRILWRYThe
uj Crescent City. gu;::! lore tho civil war. Tralle Jas. .H-tdorelt. Jr., und Alice was lend by Mrs. Henry Walsman .
1411Ijcr Weather Report.Crencont rrlende by his acquaintances' for no Stindiy .. enl UK.Palrr.
U IiI c p a uu Eva Lyon, and the grunts ru'ceipuof
r rn r.r. nr. r. City temperature' (for the week endI1H one gets to know him but I to esteem.
February Iain. luiNt the evening niiionn'cd to fH7,(OU) The 8.orl... Best Route to
----- ilm and all feel n deep concern for
-- --- ---- Mn 7dm.for .
ror'ubrtiary han wile crowded with spectatorsand Mr. Bacon-AVTien a woman tells a

w v .."W'"I Qgs ) 7". m.1 p. m.III', m. II'NII"r.' him in In Ills Milieus." every one seemed to feet I that airy story she always; begins like this:

U.10. Biindny.SaturdayIn M US flIt' fit fl* . t.au ta S ofats'iCni.

I Fresh Garden Seed la.. "Momlny&'"..01... 1)7
I I. Wudninilay. M: IIUS U 71 01I till home people but patients are best fancy costumes I ware. awarded always-begins like this: "There now \ itoHiIUJf.aHGa. o..,

For (theSpring In.I 'Friday ThumUay.' o M... 113'ill:) at Ill OS m 67II MK "omliig lo him from all parts of the to Mr. W. B. Maul! nut,! Mr. E. D. dear. don't be angry with me; ;you see, f'Uicii 1 tavmrOlt

l>. ILLTA.IS. ol or.er. penlnsuln. Dr.: Spencer:; Is. .a. "!'1dll. Lynch. Some six' or eight living It was like thls.-Yonkers Statesman. cUts otH.etJ O1.sstA. ::

Planting ate or tlio Atlanta iieiuai. coupge.onp valentines disguised and wrapped A man fifty yean of age has In ordinary
IJ C uu u of the dental schools of the '
great In sheets were auctioned from (the
Two Trains North Bound.
'" cases undressed himself 18,203 Dally
We have everythlrg! you south slid has had several years of and sold from three to
tage eight
times Dud of course: dressed himself
i a] Personal and Social. aCrescent In practice since rlldun.. dollars each. When unfolded thee ,
want In this line. experlfiipe ( Just ns many. Leave Palatka No. 2. 5:60: a in : No. 10. 5:40: p m.

: -- tlon. lit uses modern method and valentines proved to lie, among the Arrive Pulalkn, Southbound: No. 1, 10:1)0: ) p m.
aaa f'I r.r. MQ ..
n. thoso who liavo had work done most attractive young people of the Silver Laka Poultry Yards, No. B, it :00 a in. .I,

1 Our "NO. 44" will cure Inn Is well fllled! with speak highly of his abilities. place, none of horn would stay HtrcncHr ? ..... SlnKleComb Hrown r..lho.oo,

Clillla and Fever Headache leased gui-sts. of the M. E. lought. This wee easy money for our lltrdfl ore Beautlvii. MatIng, not akin 4
At the parsonage tittnora Strain. }: for hiUchliiK. by ox.prees .
Colds B.nd nilllousneBs Try n Mr. O'Callnghan and Rev. Dr. Jol church last night. In the I'I'o..en"e'or the. association. C H SO per 15 At KK yard f'. ANO) t few ....

bottle 250.Lound's( ten visited Demand Inst week. rolallvesivnd a. few Intlninte friends 'rhere were many attractive' sidefeatures 11"110 ID wt of>ek heavy. when welutit wall fud.Dl.vck. Price Brahman. .amo. a Fryerin t.oC.borne. (:.. Schedules fclTen'abovn are lubJ"cttoch"nlfe: without notice; and the

Miss Halllo Denton spent Monday Rodnioml H. Qanllvr and. Miss Ida to the show. among the pret. AUdreaH F. I'. FAKIH, Hevlll( rin. time nrrlval and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.

mind Tuesday with frlenda in Pulatka. In by test of which was the Infant. repre- Through. Pullman cars, from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nn..hvUe.
Drug Store Miller were united marriage entatlon of Miss Abbljesn Miller, .&:. I I Spencer: :: St. Louis m id.Chicago al-tlte-yeltr.round. Klegant. sleeping
The V. I.-A. gave n very successul the Rev. I,. J>. Lowe. A delightful Valdoata and Macon.
and the Cupid or Muatu'rValter",,
Crescent City, Fin.StJoftni t, card party at the hall on Tuen- coincidence ot the occasion was that lynch. Dentist. Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. t and :between Macon

day night. the wedding was celebrated on thir --- Valdosta and Jacksonville.Inforinntlon .
e., ,, "
There were fancy tables confeclonary omce at Residence ou Prospect Street.
-- .--- Rev. Dr. Jolsten i Is spending n por. ty-first anniversary of the marriageof tables, a fortune telling Crescent City Florid-! as to rates routes, schedules, sleeping car reservations
Ion of the week In 1'ulntldv. and St. the1 bride' mother who was present eto. will be gladly furnished upon application to
booth> presided over by Miss Or nee
) Rlvrby Daylight.
Augustine.F. last nlKht. The young people 'nsli In costume and other O. V. \VILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent. Palatka.
Beach & Millar Line bogln life together under very happyauspices gypsy Eggs For Hatching.
The of Massachusetts Is
: M. Phillips Record eaturea for getting money. The ladles d. F. PABHOTT, Vice Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES Oen. Passenger Agt imService.
the Evening
her on a visit to. the family of his and also served ice and cake. Macon Ga. ,
Steamer onEH ENT. H/Cash. with their hosts of friends In cren From Pure Barred Plymouth Rook ; per

L *TeaJaokonTllIeoaTlieiKlaya.Tliurailiiyiand sister, Mrs. C. Joins long and happy The evening closed 1 with a dance. Setting of 15. $1.01)) -
aturdaya at 110 a. m ror Urnen Cov. Mr. and Mrs. N. I). Clandon and wishing for .lliem a 'lie committee responsible for the
I'alalka Croaoent Oil! and prlnolpal WLen.tlntc. .] life together-:Miami Ilecord.TheSoulhflnld Mrs. G. n. Prevatt
MlssClandon of }'nlrbllr '. III., regsterecl success of this enterheinunent-, bang =1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY..
IjtirnIn.I.ev.PCi'cont city." WednMrrldaya Hotel Is well fllled Seville Fla. +- 1
Drove Hall .
daSN. I MOI.I.yN.IL7 '. m. at ou congratulated on every blind. -
.Mkmnvlll:wuart foolot: Laura HtroM with guests. Among late arrivals EFFECTIVE AUG. 8, 1905. .3
Crescent will ------------
steamer bringan
''jSS'wh-.rf .... noted are Monsrs. O. F.
p.. root of I..n< -' excursion from Paliitku. next Sun. not
and H. 11. Smith of Nor. f
day aud allow .the exourslonlsU six Osborne walk Conn., Julian '1'. Bishop of Two Y..tlbusls Tr.lo. lest, No 1 10 I North anti 'eat I ._ijLJsok.onvllI.

hours stop lucre.It John A. Hubbard.ut '". Fin itS i I 7 tCp L.v Jaokluol.vmltme, ha.' .. i
A. O.TORREY.Undertaker Bridgeport Conn.. In : : ; If
sueins that the (Trent iiiitlonnl Hoydton Vw., Mr. nnd Mrs Oeo. O. Over Half a Million I.Lv,. ,8".0.Ieeup. Os". Out :17 p I 51P I I U lO&iIp 16" Ar L.VJ.supOs"ioon. Out :f I a I r) .",.. .

and Embalmer. (game of poker has been nddd to the Mrs. A. H. Ar ()ol.mblq. .....8 I S M P I S file Aw Aliftuis. 0. .....I .. a 1 '"
of .
StebbliiB ,
:: Ar eberloite tOy I 101lp I a boa Arnom., .... ).. 7 stem
curriculum of the seml-ocviislonnl of New Yoik Rev. and Ar (IroetshrO..SO, Ir I 1 Ill a I \tIlt O. ,.. ...oiy e w.
full( !Hue ot CaskHts. and flofflna V. I. A. card parties.Mrs. Symonds Mrs. A. C. Uaebeleln and Master SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Ar D.n.lt..... ... s I I Ul. I _i.! Ar ACCJIftttaou.gs l.oxlngton: Al..Q, 'reuu ..: : alIbi cci .. \

Telephone F. E. }Howe with two Utllll Frank U..b..ln l of Mt. Vernon. N. ." e Ry 8 !a I .4: AOlnolll"". lJhho, ,...Q. '., 7 41.1.1 ... .
FLORIDA Do you think such an enormous business could be built up and Rcbmod L'"I"O""''' u.... ... .e ..[....
OBE80ENT CITY children of Iluutsvllle Ala., Is hereon Y.. and Mrs. W. U.IWI..un.'Llld' Miss continually Increased U our goods did not have exceptional value sad merit t *riiiiicu';;; ; ':: --I 414a A SOp- "ro.le.I..1. !,...11. "our. I 'V \,'. ..... t \

-- ---- ,a visit to her uncle cod Aunt, Mr. /Mnynnrd of !Milwaukee, Win. IIJllnyothp.rs Do you think we could bold the trade) of half a million people, U our Ar Charhotk'.,Ill 11 I ii 1M. $ nIp L. 0.,1011'1,0 Po i.l.v' 1 : ....
andfrs.. Ulncholllf. expected during the pr..sent reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? ...rW..ell'o"' .... s I S 98 .ii S up ArOblc"I") .. .....Ln., ] I ,1.1.... '.
are P tOp
Crescent City Transfer Co., Mr. nud Mrs. Henry U Hsrrls of and coining I wcuk. In fact nil theIICCOflhiflttllttiOIiII and Do Professional you think men U. S.In Senators every section Foreign of this Ambassadors country would, Bankers keep on Business using ArNewiork.A Philadelphia B.I"m.. .. .....P.P 1 I I. I I;"p _1: t.OI"o'oo.1'...... ...0 0 H...DI..l_ I._ 4b; ::::

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Juno. Des Moines, lown old friends of Mr. of the house have HAYNER WHISKEY U it wasn't all right 114'NSW York and -ArTII.I..lo..U.. ....ol."DI..I.'P I ....
Meets all trains at Ciesoc' nt City .
and Mrs. C. A. Pratt., are -stopping benn elll"g..d. Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospItals use It. If It "..No 1"llm.. nr..I..g I..,.. 8h'.p'0' Car .Are-troll. I ......

tlon. Sight trains by appointment. at Urove Hall.BHSH the wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated ",'..' 1or ".mp.. .00".00.1. saul New 'i oinsti.... ,CaLmest' I S ;IMI"ten. ", .....
time could. not
for a The News got partlculiirn Just think these thing over carefully and then Bead as a trial order. Ar PlLtabur....Pa "no'I.) _11\ ...
8. M LABBEE. Manager. ball fever him struck the of the Holler shooting Your money back U you at. not satisfied. go lihmanlrawlnl.lioOmsteOPIUgCarJa3kmeli'J.-"WsehInaton soul P15. I.lmltod." 0,011 t9C,.II.'I-Ji.-vourl I 9 ouuiT' -

mall "nd the "Juniors".are of Salurdity nIght: 'the, loth ylhI., to heW Work. .. S f""I.,
ft boys now scrape United ...,.. Senate,Waahlnitoa D. C. __ Lv l.exlngt..um..lb. & 8 "
talking up a match frame with POlliOIH.provld lust, owing to the telephone not being ... ...found turner Whiskey. ....'.10..111' On. for table and "medicInal parpa_'. == == == Ar LOulevilto... S. 1\\\ \P S 'PI', .''. '

W. B. 8 HOT WELLBuilds d that place has a club In condition. It wee reported to Wm. #r. Stmort. 'l'hroilgii lIi. Land of Ice Sty."_ Note ---. .-,. ... ., __- =1.' ..'. I uLv
U. .. laaawr from Nevada.HAYNER .
Row Boats, of similar weight. lbs News that Holley had skipped J.k..Uk''.Fin .... S R, I I 6'p ve.utmbule No. .-"train. 'hM"b Florida d..y Ll.nlteI.'italhy. mumbo. .ld
I.. .. .. lii lIe .d
Repairs boats buggies and makpe. nil Mr and Mrs. J. A. MoMnrrln and That appears> lo have benn ,inlstaJteMS o<1."nah...on"II, 10. .. ..8 1 17 I 8.. maa.mOOpmDl. .rJ.ounl.10Iu.I,0.U.
lu I thu outskirts N 0 .. by I Cup rr -- -= '=:
hinds of wood work repairs at tile shop III Just Unio-red -- -
nnd :
daughter, Miss i Pi-ark, WHISKEY :: HotHprlflg'e.' N 0 : : ..: .?
la rear of his MEAT MARKET. Phlllls. and their or the town until he could Irnrn Ihe Knnlilinleafl fly I Mp NORTHWEST. --L'

Oresonnt City. Via.Satisfactory the wounds liiillotxd by his .LouharlIle .... : I : SuIt _ _ _ _
work guaranteed at raorl- guest; Mrs. Taylor Hindu up H famty extent of Ar $5 1.01,1. ... ..: ; nuip L..to..la... .. Sl,. 1
visit 8t. last load of buckshot. The. wounded! negro| Ar cinainnati.. Oho... .. 0 I S lOw .p ...........".,. 10 lIlpiAr '
eel prlooa. ? party to Augustine ,,., .
------ Monday. and Tuesday.' wan. shot In tim fleshy part of his leg A FULL $ 'EXPRESSU i !! N. ".D"n. : Pullman Drawing-Room and Slim Aulnu ..:. .... := it,.\) : iuei: :::: .

betwean .. .. .
well. The worst feature D..lroll.ph.O" J""oo.UI.aod Ar Anntmston ISO hit S del
If you PlaTe either. . Th. business. houses In I towiv have mill ,, III\ get .. Ar Irmln"l"m.. AI... .... o 4Ol ,.
of It l Is that he was, not I h.. m-gro U..I.I QUARTS PREPAIDOUR Ar 8711 utsuti .
to close at 7 o'clock each Ar Mo.:.: ..: : :
agreed KanoesClIy, 4Ius ..
OiOIes] Gmvelrull or T lo n erlnes evening except Unturdity during the I icy: Will nrt ,r. but an Innocent third Two Trains Daiy iVmiuhls ..... ... .551PL. ....
the party. Hftyo Sprsgue had, Hollryon OUR w, will snd yen ta a t. eai*. wilt no "r o.t Surings. Ark. ... .. 9 1., ..
In order that 'Mu.
tibia conference mlrt. ?, show contents, OVAR'l'Bo'rrr..as
of tho town court and To Wa.- and
to dispose of IlId'I.h to clerks have opportunity to tit- the Carpet OP HA.YNIU&.PRIVA.TB STOCK RYB POR 13.10. aid we hington Ito. 15-"The )lorhdsJ'nhted.. Datif Pull.
ko"|> postvd rPirardlnp': may flni II him $0(1))( umnd 1 'o.tM-h nit .5fl.E'ljt will p..IIJ. express eb...*.. Take It bom aDd sample' It, have roar doctor I men Praying, Rom Clelphlug. _r b..n
prices they.are. bringing" end the service. Fell the negro Holli-y, started; tail It-***rr bottl U yes wlah. Tarn II you don't find It just *. w* say New York.'o. Oily.ACSuITALS Blrnlngbstn' M."phl. aDd
oa the Mw York mnrkrl The ladies, of I Ihe Episcopal: als. before and Derfeclly ,.".''''''0,.,.. Wp It back lo pa AT OUR BXPBN8B: and yen.
In to stint hut. didn't, was ) be -- ----- -- ---
corrrapoiul with 13 JO will be promptly reroaoad.( How could any offer tatnrr You o
church. hold n Wiwlilnglon's hi rLh. u 11 the mayor for ctlminN-rly. eonclucrnnd don't tt... a cent. AT .

d ''y supper nt V. I. A.: hall last I v'us fined $loamid costs. 0"' ... for Aria..CaL.CoL. Idaho. "' .al..N.....W M.. .Or.* .Ut.h.w..h., I) ..... .. New York Wa'.Itin5lofl. # Pa, aOKllYILLM.YraM Fl'riis Limtt.4" a. flu.
S. B. Downcs & Go. or Wyo., meet be on the bailtol 4 nl, ht. R report nf which will blll''b. I nrinsel, OIINI'enaflga, end IC, I
I 'I cv lilt "'_0 for e.a..lllt,hi. Wrelsb, r..p" .:.: lit. '.eii.pb HIrmIn5hiuum, Plo-Ne 14, ,' II'trJ::,: ;.::..: In.
Ished next weck.'l'hure I TYPEWWTTIN LtTTttR-S In any p :I . i..Vll'on -Zo.tu, "W..ln" ..d 8.0.. m,
Writ ear scares eBot aDd do It NOW. _
:31)3) Duxne St N..w Yurr.. Is (lh. pMiulH' of a local quantities" |.rinti ,l frtini ribbon bn..w ;\' rr", .. .\.I .lln'.t eta-Ne .' New Ylr" FI.I" hpra, p in.xciithTuCr'r .
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TO URN" -F% n?.l.h.-cl spnrtni( nt mliiatn. t show s 11)11, with such rniil- the gtiiiulim proofs tnaohlne written work THE HAYNEtl DISTILLINO COMPANY ; 1 .

In the AtUoboro> t.1flrtIeflt[ IIOHAH. n. nt burnt .cork end liirii i">nM, "'.. ,. \\Vrle for |1'1'10.< Nm' .v" Juh I> i art ''' .. .. 8. D.,.... o. .t. LssIs. .. .... ..ul.I_ -=--..:;; Dli *. ( Went BT s'ri-ee. iM'lUonvllle Fla
Modern oonvenlauoes. BulUble fnr Ch..... S. Uovrnii.. ruitl Tom( Clerk, li-nr. \Vf. "I,,) d4.Imsy o'li-i' kh.il .. t 0 I.U--K rliu' fnxmin-r Avon.! InS ,
F M. as 11IftD..I'. r. TMV. (X KwrULI..D IB1I. _ !1''H. A.CKE1/T, Q. 'It\ VT |1, T.\'LOE. G. P. A.
two ransonabl.i
one or Apply J ot VVurh pi'leos. I
persons. | > ivt
raft of oIlier uriebrttieuu. I"
f&ysoa, Oresoent City Fla" 1-5-tf. with a I,, -- _ 8. H H.RDWICR 1 T/tf, BBOOKH MORQAN.AaI. >. A. IL,

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THE PALATKA NEWS The? Original Grafter. rW'

I "And Croesus lifted up his voice
3' AND ADVERTISER and cried 'Solon I Solon And King .uic: & The r
Cyrus) ordered that the fire be extinguished A tyrtoFormOrtglnatl Curable PainNever 'I' :
Entered at the Pa.lat.ka poatoffloeas Painless Cure
rnallable matter ot the second lerodotus and the captive roleHuod. :, r !

: '.. h elass. There's K. basis for a thesis in 'the ( ] resign! yourself to suffer pain. Women's : I n ne"r'r" \ : :" r 'I
Published at Palatka. Fla., on history of Crwsua For any one to mention to me n conventional
; Fridays byRUSSELL Mr. Croasus(; Ureoco's captain of form-to soy "thin la the pains are curable. They are the sign! of dangerous -i

eft VICKERS.W finance; proper thing to do," or "tlint Isn't tUropor I conditions of the female organs, which should be 1 '
It contains an exegesis on the clippings Constructionof
.. A. -RUSSELL Ullor j of the fleeces > tiling- to do"-Is lll<6 nlmkliitf nml promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. )

uf the lambs, when Wall street's rag before a mud bull and I'll tell \ '
,.\ breezes are not tempered, and you why.I C hi of a rtllld '11 I.IIII//("

GRAFT IS NOT NEW. the geese'sRavished feathers pay the piper was brought up In no eastern city 3; ; : is 80tnf't h V Y'l'l\ttiCII')! ,

How often one hears some old for the dance. In the "be t circles," which meant that ; ./ f'

gentleman. In melancholy mood, regret "In the days of old Barneses, this I; was carefully trained an to the WineiQrdu .. Inrly \\lItl: : f, -t.IW'! : you. i

:;r: the departure of the simple and here story had paresis"So "proper thing" I wits used to two dif- ."lh>lt ,', ..

A .z severe old days when Americans says Kipling, and what he says ferentways. of turning casual acquaintances ,' "' ,
'< were poor and honest. !goes with me, with young Indies Into ; No Range except Buck's can stand tlea.rb
', But old or new it pleases mo at )
The reoent life Insurance scandals culling acquaintances. Tbo first was of It's a1
: .... times to save tha piecesOf TO WOMAN'S RELIEK light thorough inspection.. .jueftionwhich
and the other disclosures to wait for nu In- IT COMES
i& numerous the stories of the glories and the for the young man '
of him to believe that that Ureeoe's.When the ladyor part of Buck's, the inside or ou iii< >Y.i8:
'" graft cause grandeurs were vltntjou to call from young whenever she suffers from of woman's biting and weakening pains. t
any t
,::1 ;1 ,:fc". Increasing wealth is sapping the case they, you see.prophesy a modern some member of her family, the It not only\] compels the pains to stop, bui It follows up and drives out I the beot. This applies, to Buck's, Stoves", Ranges .

t (ti. morals of the public. other to securo the good offices of a the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.It Heaters. '," i''
The of old Croesus or
He forgets! the Innumerable occasions capture was inutuiil friend who would give the In- I :
I stunt of the police's makes you well. Try It. {.
In the when
$. past corruption That for up-to-dateness seizes me roductlou.
1&; on a grand scale was brought to light with Joy. When I was twenty I removed to a Sold everywhere.! In $1.00 1 bottles. -

1 ': and men said as they pay now, that -le was roasted like a cheese Is, out western city where I went Into business -
T the (rood old day of honesty had there on the ()her ouesll". and wIllie the place my home. I WHITE: US A UTTER "WITHOUT A PAIN,"
1\\ I Till he hollered for his lawyer found It very different In a social way treaty and frankly,In strident confid- writes Mary Shelton Of Poplar
't1" IL; gone. I "Solon I'1 Ay, that's where the from being on my own "stamping suds! telling US all your symptoms and Bluff Mo. *, I c-n do my huusework,
If history Is to be relied upon, the squeeze 1.'I'ech"cn.Hty"trlal Is- round"( at liouic. I bud never had ocaslou t ublos. W* will send free advice although before taking CARDUI two

good old days of honesty never existed ceasos-"v I ndlcaUon to pUHli myself soclully and todo (In plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done me no good. I care

i. ,. except In Imagination. -this release Is would have been repulsive to mo. cure them. Address: Ladlas Advisory truthfully say I was cured by CarJulI
I" What' the grafters count on nowadays so Dpt.Thi Chattanooga Medicine Co., I want every suffering lady to know of
: In Jackson's day, the country was I Nevertheless I gradually made acquaintances "
1. my Chuttanoogt, Tenn. this wonderful medicine
h :; poorer and the revenues of the !government Leader. In all canes receiving the

; a, r much smaller than now, -- uvltatlous without solicitation on my ._I_.._ ---i ---- _M1lL -. -. -.. -
: : but the defalcations the New York The Real Washington."You part. As I grew toward that age
_ _
__ .
vhereln a luau tires of society end n c - -- --- ----
custom house and the In
: stealings say' I remarked to the old for home I gradually dropped' Seven years after I had met June any other: I hope you will'cotno soon and ATLANTIC COAST
It. the postoffloe department were large, negro who drove the hack "that you out longs of the a gay world. I desired to Rlvard a sister of mine came from the often to make up for lost time. LINE.

even when measured by the present were OeaeralVasbiiigtoti's?" body- meet some attractive girl who would east to visit me. At an evening party I lost no time in making the call and
t standard of wealth and revenue. servant I Introduced friend Jack Mllburn when I did so displayed such grief at _
"Uat's sot! Bat's jes so, mbssa. I consent to marry me.
)). And did not excite to her. While home I said to laving through a bit of conventional The":
p R -worse yet-they done waited on Washington! sence he One day I received an invitation froman riding Great Through Car Line From Florida
her "I asked Milburn to jail. stubbornness lost seven of the
the general popular indignation that wits so high-no bigger 'n a small Intimate friend of mine-a Mrs. : hope you years

.f'Ic smaller thefts do today. chile." 'Vo<.iI-to dinner. The only other guest Of course I'll bring him, but a fellow lady's society that It was equivalentto
"You know I he story then about likes to have a girl ask him." I a lot of lovcmakliig. My courtship
: "frenzied finance" Is Miss Julia Hlvnrd, a
; Up-to-date present was young !
the cherry-tree and the hatchet? whom "My dear boy, I never ask men to lasted seven days'or one day for each Ni>clnl Leave J ckRouvlH 12:50 p nt dully ex ,KumlFIiv. ,
I at
lady once pronounced
bad. But for before the very
I dnr de
many years "Know It? was on
Why "
call upon me. year of our estrangement; then I proposed mid Wusr I nd Inn Limited Lv Jacksonville 8C5
Itractlve jUNt tho I thought, n in dully.
: war the "wild oat" bank graft-the pot.. I seen MossaUawge cllmbede person "
tree fttterde cherries, and I seen him judging from appearances that I would "Why not? I asked, surprised. and was accepted. New Yurk Express leaven Jacksonville, 8:115) H. in dnll ".
j !' off the of )
1 palming on public paper Because.It Isn't tho thing to I learned afterward that I
soon was
) ling de hatchet at de boys who was, like to make a nest with. She was proper Chicago; mid Fhi. Limited leaves J/icksonvlllo 0no n In dally.
r I money that was afterwards repudiated do." In the nick of time-that Julia Illvard
a stonln' him. I done chase dew and had been
cry pretty very ladylike Dlxlo Flyer 'Innves Jacksonville
j' -was carried on throughout the boys oil de place meself." well educated. She was but nineteen "What Is the proper thing?" was on the point of accepting a man 0:00: p in daily.'IbroiuliMleiplngittirs .

; country on a grand scale. And then "Do you remember his appearance, years old and not self assertive, but "If the gentleman wishes to know who had had the impudence to call to New York, Uilirngo and SI. trim is, ale", n.\v

public tamely submitted. as a man? What he looked like?" this only rendered her the more attraeIve tho girl It Is his privilege to ask permission upon her without even having asked Ificplturciir service In August! (Ua., 'leaving, Jnoksonvilln! u.t 8:1>1. u m,

,' 'p''. '} Thirty years ago the whisky frauds, short"Yes, chunky Indeedy.man He sorter was a fat kinder and tl to toe I passed a delightful evenIng to call upon her." permission. He bad given as a reason Int rcltanK,"ahlo mileage ttokota good over 33,01)0() )( miles of tho principal) rallwii>

:. r; by which the government was cheat- learty-hiokln'. lie ;had chin whiskers In her company and went homo to "I never did such a thing In lay I that ho feared he might be refused.I of the fcouthurn Status are on sale' by the principal aRoots.
life. We never did It at home." also learned that I had been Invited
.: I I' ed out of millions through the purchased : and mustache and spectacles.ilos' dream of her. "Through Pullman Sleeper, 1'ort Tampa, to New York, via Atlantic Ent Comic
generally he wore a high hat: In due time I called Mrs. Wood "I believe things were different In by Mrs. Wood to meet Miss Rivard
complicity of revenue officers ; upon Lluoi; also via AUantlo Coast Line and Southern Its iiwumy."
i but I'se seed him inn fur cap wit! anti told her that I was much pleased such cases when you were at borne. with the Intention of making a match. For
were carried on almost openly. complete Information call on E. P. Jackaon. Ticket agent or addrets
I warmers I" with her friend. This I considered The custom has changed. While I train my boys and girls to -
: ; Though the public applauded Presi- You were not; with him, of course, quite enough to warrant her offering to This was a revelation to me. For keep track of conventional forms as :For reservations uud Information apply to Agonts Atlantlo Coast Line, or willo

dent Grant's saying, "Let no guilty when he crossed the Delaware bo a medium In securing me a vailing' years I had been priding myself on not well as they can, I also teach them to PRANK O. BOYLSTON: put, PBBB/ Agent, W. D. STARK. Traveling,,. Agt

man escape," good many more did rivet when?"'he wont across the Delaware acquaintance on Miss Wood. She made trespassing upon other people's homes pay as little attention to etiquette as Is 138 West Bay street Astor Building, Jnoksouvllle, Florida.

.. escape than would escape nowadays. "Wld him? Yes sir; I was right no offer to do so. I met the young lady till Invited. I had caused an estrangement safe. Forms were made as n protection B. M. EMERSON, GAO TrafDo Manager W. JVOBAIO, Passenger Trufllo JTpi'

In the thousands. of years of recorded dar. I was not more'n two feet olt'n at social entertainments and paid her between myself and the girl I from boors. Genteel people can Wilmington,North Caibllna.PALATKA. .

human life, human nature him as he druv across de bridge In much attention hoping and expecting wished to marry and all because a conventional afford to dispense with them.ItUSSELL _.._
his buggy; Dat's a fao'. I walked an Invitation to call her. No Invitation form bad changed and I did TflOR:>IEDallltll" -- -- -- -- -- --
.: has changed but little. It has changed upon .::.....:..:.
de off hlud wheel of dat not know it. +
longslde =
; en mo. I was, to use a word = 0
I deal less In the last three- .
a good Elspn.d.Tbe
buggy all de way." miffed. I I told my sister of my mistake and .= J\:1.tc.atC.: : :
that best It, tfrndlally : .
half and of expresses author had been dragged faintIng Jb.arxc..aoy: :: r::=
quarters, a quarter a cont "You saw him then when he ceased attentions ?Miss asked her what I could do In the mat- lIt
British Trenton from crowd of shoppers. FLORIDA.
tury. fought the at ? a
ter. She told me that she would thinkIt
illvard treated with less warmth.
"Sho's you're born I did! I held me "Almost like last book," be murmured
my Drugs Chemicals
Eveu reverence for ancestry will Mossa Gawge's; coat an' hat while be, By spring( there was a positive, coolness over and let me know If she thoughtof recovering his senses. Druggist Sundries and
-* not permit us, In face of cold fact fought the British at dat werry between us. any way to untie the knot. I waited Patents. rl
The listeners, being of delicate -
to believe that our fathers and grandfathers )lace. Mossa Uawge clinched him I met Miss Itlvnrd occasionally for a some time for her reply but none perception c PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY"
knew then that the book had COMPOUNDED
.. S were very much better than and den day. rassled and raHHeled, lumber of years. Meanwhile I pickedup came. Then one morning I received a FRESH oAnDRN SBRD.
-4 we are. and at first he frew Mosxa Uawge, new friends and, dropped some of note from Miss Illvard: fallen dead from the press.-l'bllndel- I .._-= Ag.ut. Mallory aummahlp Line.r III
Mossa him phia Public Ledger. I' os =-.E:! .
and den
Uawge Hung --
-- __ There has'oome one change how- and set on him and done hammered my old ones. There was no young( lady Tour slater tells me that you have been ___ .h_ __ __ __ _
waiting seven for me to oak to
that I carol to marry except Miss RI'ul. years you ,
I ever. The public Is less tolerant of lint till he cried 'nutf I Mossa Uuwge In the service
come to Beo mo. I meantime have been Men spend their lives
graft and grafters than U used to be won dat light. I seed him wid me and since she did not care enough waiting seven years for you to oak for of their passions instead of employingtheir I ", ''m"mm"'m"'nrm", "'
for to her bouse I
mo to link me remained !
I An' I home wid him an Invitation to call since I r
It has a higher moral code and will own eyes come bnchelor. upon me suppo.eA passions In the service of their DeliciousBon
In de kyarsl""You a that to be the conventional form In
: have a still higher; one a half century weren't with him though such (,D.... Indeed. I ngyer wan tiuiRht Ilre.-Steele. PAINTS
I t tijanna.iv -- .- -- ----.. Boris g
- when he shot the apple otf the boy'shea'J'l" -- -- ---- -

I Of course, this Is no argument for 'II == that will
"Who wa'nt wid him? I wa'nt? I and wear, ::3
I the condoning of offenses of today. was de only pussou tlur ceptln' one A New for YouI = Wall Paper KuUomiiie. ===
It i Is only a tip to pessimists that white man. I loaded MoesaGawge's Magazine ChocolatesAll = HliiHs and.! Tarnish. SSH

r there still Is hope of progress worth revolver and han'ed It to him and

flghtiigfor.\ picked up de apple an' et It soon as Homo-Made Candies. JAP-A-LAC 2H
; he'd knocked it olf. Nobody can'l -

: I r GETTING BUSY. dat tell circumstance.dish yer ole nlggah" nulTlii1 'bout' am bringing out another new magazine that you will come pretty close! to Something new added DODGE'S' PAINT STORE | \

; :: Just the "You knew all the General's relations liking. I wouldn't be every day. ,
as Ooala Banner pronoue- surprised if it hit harder than ::
\' ed the Florida Hallway Commission too, I suppose Martin Luther you anything in the == Pnlfttkft, Flat J3

: ,; worthless that Institution gets busy, and Peter the Hermit and the rest?' shape of a magazine you have ever seen. There isn't much style to it, but it L. A. SMITH mJummu -:
l' "Knowed urn all. Many and mmmmmmt;
; stick the Seaboard Air Line withf
three '$100 fines for violating the many's de time I done waited on de the stuff in it that you and everybody else will want to read. It I is called I LCUlon St., 1'ulutlcu.

;' rules orders the Atlantlo Coast Line table when Mossa Gawge had um to .
dinner. I remember darn l two .- WHEN YOU
i -I to enlarge the passenger waiting gem- WANT
t r: 'I: room at Interlachen and is about to men jes' 's well 's if I'd a seen urn r-
'.. '1 consider the advisability of telling yesterday.- Yes.sah ; an' I druv 'em = : Furniture :Mattings
i ... I..: out often !I" ,
rf' ? the Seaboard people to furnish better IMPROVED TBAIK
I f. .A t depot facilities at WlldwoodDon't "I've frequently seen pictures of b SKBVIOH. Oil..Cloths Linoliums ]
'11: you call that work?-Live Oak Washington in which ha U represented in The Atlantic Coast Line and Its oon- Rug!!
:i e{ Democrat. sitting upon a white horse. lootlonsare flOwoperatingsolid through Art Squares or Window
.. f. Did lie really rldo a white horse, or rains from Jacksonville to Atlanta, via
; Yes but this Is not the
equalizing don't you recall the color of his Wayorooe Tlfton and Moeon, with Shades consult
j,.. i freight rates. It Is not putting the horse?" THE trough coauhea to Nashville, and Pullman .

I Interior on a par with the sea coast "Why, bress your soul; 'call de Jiuffet Bleeping Cars to St. Louis R. S. MOONEY.We
: It Is not helping the Interior mer color ob de boss-'call de color of It? tot Chicago. .

.. chant. It Is not the Do you see dish yer nigh hoss da .Tr.'los leave Jacksonville via Atlantlo carry a big line of these goods end l
1pt.$! helping vegetable I'm a drlvln' now right yer? Well "oa t Line, dnliy at 9 ::00 p.' m., and arrive are
p. i 1t j,; shipper. We are not asking dat's de werry boss Mossa Guwge Tlfton 1 ::21i a. in, Maoon ::40 a. m., At- making exceedingly low prices now.

I for higher freight! rates nor lower used to ride. He left It to me In his lanta 7 :liO a. m., Chattanooga 1:15: p.m. Undertaking and Embalming

L freight rates. We are asking for an will I"Just -, Nashville B:55: p. m., Evanavllle 1 ::21i a.
then we reached the station n., St. Louis 7 ::08 a, m. and Chicago
p, equality of freight rates. We are and I dismounted from the hack and :30a: m. Play Box Ball
asking for a square deal. \Ve don't p"tdVa hlnpton's; body-servant for Good connections are made at Jnckonvllla -

4.!' t want the spigot stopped up if the his service. No doubt a longer conversation from all Florida points thus Richards'
-- with him would have revealed fording( the qulokentand Alley, on Griffin Lot
r :. bung hole is to be left open.-Ocala 5CP most oonve-
Banner. other new and startling facts dent service from this territory to the Under new management
relating to the Father of Ills Coun : \Veot.For" .
try.Max Adeler In "The Scrap further Information Ladles play free Wednesday afternoons
During the Hon. B. W. Davis
years Book. 9 to 8. Ice water. F.'
represented the second district In -a- 'Kent, or, "u onsult The Purple Folder." O. Buflly. Mar

.. Congress he strongly advocated enlarging The Southern Life Insurance company -- OQ" -
the powers of the Interstate of Jacksonville has filed lettersof .o..rlf ;:y..ur Xlome" """ W \oV- '
Incorporation with capital of 100. ,
':t Commerce Commission. He was a 000 yet to be secured from the sale of tlrr ;.

''tI'- p member of that committee of the 1OX)0()( ( shares of stock at MO per. It We Furnish I,

r, + House and delivered several speeches Is the hope of the Incorporators to
** : es on the question. Those speeches sell this stock to Florida, peoplo, and \ l InJo.s: t-
once established to do an excl llive f
Iii- now read like a prophecy. Last Florida business and prevent th BK.4) ? Good
I.t.!' I \- week the House by an almost unanl 2)00,000()( annual ontllow of Florid' .o tllV'j 41

t j C mous vote extended the authority of premiums to be dissipated in the ,
the commission north when there are people at home "ricorig1 ...
.; and If the bill becomes 2/ea.a.
willing to enjoy tho fun. The schemer Groceries
: a law it will bring relief to ad" well.Michael. "THH MOST BEAUTIFUL. MAOAZ1K3! !
millions of tolling Americans.-Lees- IN THB WORLD" I
has been sentenced
: burg Commercial. to serve DO days in the Duval county : Ask your newsdealer for this su,)..r1>
/ .. -- --. --.- )Jail for contempt of court. Judge H.; -. magazine... If he docs not Ii.iiiiic;, it | Every Day

tI. / 4 In the death of John B. Stetson, M. Call passed the sentence. Quinn lend uBllia namn and mUrcss with 1'./.,, :
) was gutting a. divorce and his case name and address and,. Joe: for u "nv: >
I the !great Philadelphia hat manufacturer was !before the court. He wrote the Something; New in Magazine copy. Regular price 330.: 1Uei",,. ., in the I.
tc which occurred at his winter Judge a letter urging him to decide Making this paper.

t home In DeLaud last Sunday, the the matter as quickly as possible, Burr Publishing; ComO: ('Y
cause of education in Florida hnll and in the letter enclosed two one THE SCRAP BOOK is the most elastic thing that ever happened in the way of a 4 West 32d Strut Flaw vurv i > Year.

sustained an almost Irreparable loss dollar bills, stating\ shat if they magazine-elastic enough to carry anything from a tin whistle too battleship. Everything \ f:

Mr. Stetson not "would be any Inducement" the that appeals to the human brain and hun.an heart comes within its
only gave liberally judge was welcome to them. Friendsof couipnss--fiction, 1 Our Good
Fresh and
which Is the backbone of European Restaurant are New t
periodical circulation -
44 1 of his money to the upbuilding of the Quinn are urging Judge Call to ; biography, review philosophy, science,
art. poetry, wit, humor, pathos. satire, the weird the [ .aodwe would like to have you
'- university which bears his name, but suspend the sentence on the grounc myslical-every that can be
he also unstintingly !gave of his great; of < Inn's dense Ignorance of the classified and everything tllotcannot' be classified A paragraph little' bit a saying, Furnished Roooms 'J | call and inspect tbein.J I,
an editorial, a joke a Dlaxiru..an If It Is '
store of business ability and energy, law.Capt. eplgrluu. J | not convenient for you
and! these qualities frequently count W. B. Dunham former gen Hot and Cold Baths ;| to call.Just phone your order la to

v 5-_ ,. for a measure of success which no eral Coast superintendent Line, but lately of the assistant Atlantic to Nothing Like It in the World At J No. 84, tad It will receive prompt

amount of money can balance. Third Vice-President J. R. Kenly and careful attentIon ,

has resigned that position to accept There Isn't anything In the world just like THE SCRAP BOOK. It Is an Idea bas Kupperbusfcti'sPaUtka I

John A. McCall late president of the place "t' general manager of the which we have been working for several yearn, and for which on Fla. .
we have been L. C.
the New York Life Insurance company Ueorgla, Florida" Alabama. B. R, materials. We have bought hundred and hundreds of books gathering Stephens
f wth headquarters at BainbriJge\ ,0.... scrap from all over the ,
died on Sunday at Lakewood --... .. country, some of them a century old, and are still buying them. From No better time than NOW to subf.rllx
:N. J. Mr. McCall was probably not are gathering and classifying an enormous number of figures we .
gems, and facts and for the NBWSI 1 J
and your. 11.00. Kirby and Morris
acrlmlnal. He was justaservant 01 How's This! historical and personal bits that are of ; Htreets.:
rare value. Furthermore
horseback who had been discovered we have a of
We otter Ono Hundred Dollars Reward. for anne ransacking libraries, reading all the current corps people Palatka
and compelled to dismount. Her publications the Florida.
'0 of(Jtuitrrh thai con not b. cured by Hall leading daily papers ,
I 'pre ented an all too numerous class C..h. Onre. and digging out curious and quaint facts and useful facts and figures from reference ,
of modern financiers who seek the F. J CHENEY! CO.. Tnlaito.O cyclopedia, etc., etc. book, ,,2 .
w.,tho undomlKned. h.*.known r.J.Cheery. Study( at HomeVHIts.ye.op.tlm. "" -
eemlngshort route to success Unhampered ""W'I "" ""IM
for tlta lest 14 yearn,and hnliovn him ,porfootjbonorahlo ,
by moral principle-men In all butnr.r.o..oo..' and tinun Don't fail to get a copy of this first issue of THE SCRAP I ----- -- -

ii. who keep within the law and yet .by'IeIty' all ah''* to carry out any obligation mad BOOK. It sells at th other a.' a
our '
thrive y.aa.w. Wiut
4c V whose would flrm.WALDIfm tO. Unit
never ad
KlNltAlf, ft ,, magazines 11.0. ..,. :
1' In the limelight. They secure that Wholesale' DrutfxlMlc'MAEVIJT, Tolndo O. sell-Ten Cents a Copy and One Dollar by the Year. .el.0.......pl......5aty....,.a 1....u.. .. .ym......_n.,.t he.. ,....ha.-,... Osteopathic Physician
,Jq which for a time appears to be sue .Hall'a: ; Uatarrh, Unro In taken,: ,rt',rn llr, "aetln' ..... L....G..ee'........ 111-. 1'.1.-., ......".,,.".._.. m.,. a... Olflr kl 1I..ld.n.... Cor: Orenua&tid Rib "1
dlraolly upon the blond sod tnuanua urlftunu o On all a.I..,... ,..,....... ".. .. : : .
; ; L cess, but which In It. final analysts. Lb. .'....m. Tmtlmunlalsi' sent free.p0rbottl l'rl..7 news stands or from the publisher YO'J..... T...._.80. I 4 as certain as death itself, Is found to Bold by all druKtHflii I = All Curable DUMIRSKS trout-
I spell FAILURE Take Hall'i ftmflT. till I for oonetlpaCToii. _rJ:UZMx1'aiat'i.j i suooefullY
L!; FRANK A. MUNSEY Fifth ed without drugs, r hronia cases wpftoliUly
175 Avenue, New York r---- - solicited U 1


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t! .", FIHftGroceries : Crescent City News ThP Ihe third Bible nnnunl Conference.session of the The Til following Well verses With wore Him.wrltter. :1 i Florida 'East Coast Railway.

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: Soutim field 1 I lllhll I p/ ,' ufo"i'noo KpKIIHll by flint swdbt cplrlled little womni:

t b CU SUI N'l' ClfV.ID I Mrs. J. P. Appleby[ hit* been. very'' a on full Tliurnln.v i 'l.v (gi cod ninlihof nit i inlttiiu bet vtliluh wwlt' wllh Iui8 mid Fiinn.v'j.eminent Crosby hymn, and dadR-ati'il writer.' lUlu) tt: local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9, 1906.

a HI for the ); I two weeks and or !
pnat Iner/'"".' her, 'iiil .OUTII.IOUIID-UAD OOWII.
friend MrAbhle 11"
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1 OliO of tint most bnnutlfullooatliuiH much of I Ih, I 119111' ucri'iit. I/llxlel '
) (lay I Ito in g..llrt'I."OI| lit I he Vest of t thin I Ih. .. .i-lnn. .
and In Florida. Tom'tots u plnop nil I tVt' uher
p1 fi-ll by hur. f".II.IUII. rr I I. nJa., AlI ', mO"IIIII I c tf. nflarniHiii. mill \ ,'"In i seryb :No. 99 Ne. tlIINe. is Ne. D' STATIONs N... 7a 1'1'0.' U No. ;N;:ON "
.J will lluil |If i Ulnnl, g recent visit to Brl ( ,
an poi toHpuml it'>'ui. ZaIly Dm117 Daily balmy
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I hint riporlH I her cmulilton, I I Bh..w..d1111I4' ; bail7; Daily; DailyeiOpt2OpemsSOOeLy..JacksonoliSe..ArlsOpltOp74OaStOa
,1Tabo thn. wliiier, f.. ,'* W !II' Inl'U". -
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l dnllghl. i lnixl'oveiiii'ni.I I BcA.. C. O..I..I"III..r) .Ni w York ilher amil 11[tan. onturad ............ 4118 I' 1118 ... ......80. Jeok.onvIlie..Lv 7 24 88 a.
Tim town 1 la Crunonnt.. Lnhmi \ "Mlm Lflllan( i )"'l ,' IIMH I lib. him tl Ihi' I hu IMntillte abotai, a so 40 p to me 9 05 a .MAugcl.tItue. 5 20 ecu 7 40
Fruits Nuts Etc ( -'arm of the !St.: Johns Blvei) PI. ) i..ml i pii-iicln I niton| itw n-niimif" Another' vuluo In ului' ', ..! : lii p ml it ..,..,_ :: ::::::.....ileuting,....::::::: :: I let: g : 42 a a.a
nnd, In. 100 inlli-B by witt r. an') sent I; from I liicr HUIMIO i room t ht! lea) bi'luif: iiM-Miil. mi SUIHJU.V, bv UPV. Now, shuNs KadiMimniK l I...... 10 20 I' 0 57 p II 80 8.-'! Ly.9! Eeei p.I..k..r.y m 11ft t4 ,I II! a

nQ Iiaiv order .1 77 mllas by mil from Jncknoii- tao weeks owing' 'to the HIiiuKH ol J 0 hilA. I 11 I Milliardit, VII'K'"III.' A ulilld uf. micro, throiiitn. .'luKh,, dlvlno, o. J> II lID s..tntr. Ar............ 1'.1.10. ...........1.. TIe p..7 t T. 0 16 .
; i your HU Ju nu lunKiifl' UHII Lull:
.. > ... .!. ?.J' II 06 .. .Lv............ Pelstka ............Ar ( ..700.!' '
n 4.V.. MILLER. and l vlllo. her. 11101 h..r. Dui tog her .lib-mice' h< rnclKioi ',-. will not l hIt TheAll day river ride on the Woe I might: b.\, !Mm. C. II.PictHon but o" tug I In M* <'c'.mI.eeemmue. from, _!!!.!!!...E 8 tIe 500a L".lI&n: Mo.uo..r. 7.J? /JO--.2L.!! .! '
you (lltnpointt steamer Crnsoent. from Jitrkeonvllle O tends' wife I no lonttur we0i.|' ...._..... P ............. L'._ ......lNuoK.............1." "'t4il 4. .I
|> >d iiI to Quality to Crescnut City U one a former *'or" popului i* red! lit I lilUHHt I I hail not benn lift ouUve mil let tilt; hoHrl m'>': HtronK: : .,._... P 121U p............ ,, _._.Btnnelt&..._.... .. 41d P ............ itO .
a 'l of the delightful teacher of tho school.W. In I llii.\tcnk i im III forui r years.It Tliu Uaiim llinl Hu MD lonely I\ and prlBo.Vfo p experiences of 1 Ir.tl.w Jod.wtll not tKl mitt, ..
PJ p Florida travel The steamer R. Hnbb of'New York a son In. I ih.Miiflit. timt I Kiln w..tk and Tliy bUMLftnil, thou: art plcitd\ to. mod it' ..is:: g I2 6ii"pn: tIC Pa : :=.Oratonci Ormonci. MoteL.. .,,.:::::: :: : I:: i'.0" 'i 6 iis ..!
inafcu n specialty of leaves Jacksonville 8 In ticavun where Angelauwall.Look I u-.7. P I 06 I' Ii elm I ..._.....1I.ylo. ,....._.. 81 e.. 1112 ,
I at a. m. of Mr. Hubbn of the well-known through tlio reuTiilnder of thn conference up, look up,and'eel MQ thy team, ... I' 11. .... "......... Port O.ang.......... H Wi .
r the p every Tuesday Thursday. and lie wllh be able to take a 111 well with Him, ". .ell.! 12 J I Be. e Ar..Now Smyrn..........,." 02 4 Ii a14121C ,
R I Saturday, reaching Oreseent fruit ooniinlxBloii house of McCorinlek. \ Bfllovpd retell... And 'rlond,. JOlL a '1"4i P .Ar..._... .Lalo. Hel.n ....._.1." .4 M"P Tbt P
City at 8 p. m. 'Ihls trip Is the Hobbs Co., and hlmsulf. connected more nutlve purl capet'laUy In the ; In II re And health prupare, 10lU ,OIU s 66 P .. ..Orange CIty......... .. dli 5 tIm P
8 Grocery only daylight ride, up the broad with tha firm bee been visitor singing ThvtluvU's of Mr. and Mrs. I To In moot yondur your world doer dui so fulr.Tlio ni"led. on*. lTb 10 45.rio 10 se s _p.! !.? "..Orsns City Juuello.. e.. II..J'! !
.J and) a p Id-i 5 Lv..New bmy.II..I.y ma TIn
ptatumsque St. Johns.ThoBKiamcr hero for the !punt. ten days.. Uh iofni'nntl tlit. qunrtvtttf, singing of lx>rd who; KUTU ban called him hone me P 1118 .. ............(ink 11111..Lv 21 a

Business 'a and offers a delightful has roily outlook cabins Mr. and Mm. W. J. Plerpont or Mr. mill Mr, Chafer, Miss Jones and And Where JTU wvoun well oudluBM wltli coy without him|ilci.tree,'tis ft well.LAKE four dwell. -.S:.T .. ..45., .Ar..thcufor.I..l.y::::::..::::' :, ,:::::::::::: .' 1 P..4.I : .:-a....a..n ..

even lu stormy weather. SnvMinnh formerly of tliln pliioc. Mr. Stebblns ale uinong the musical. -a... p .1 )_ ............... ............. ...": : ,
Orescent City le the center of features the conference most B .Lv..4Icvimie..Ar I 182J0.
PJ r, the In spoilt :onday, Tuoodny and W..dueaday generally _.._. li. 821 p. ..._....Coou............. L. 1 i 0 ..i
and In I It 'A ,HtrHe' to orange growing Indimtiy enjoyed.As COMO.
13 middle Florida and beautiful. of lasb week bore vUltlngnii'iuU C--.S p = c. ::::..ituo ledge ::: :: 154 I 24 g .. .. : :::: : :
>xrvl.n usual the service at the 'ii;
) Bonn _. IV: D' 4 U .........K.II Gailt .,. n 22
surround the .
groves plaoo and role) Iv. Mr. Plerpont Mr. and Mrs. Ja Manchester of 0 1
I conference U being l led that emlnont ___. IV e 4 21 ...... ...... 12
Good by PI ) a-------
I boating hunting and WIIM Just, returning from tt bucino's Cleveland Ohio are housekeeping _... a 455 .. .. ....II.lourn. 1 ? a.-
Hailing will AlI'o.d/ amusement coinpiiH of gospel h.nl.f. \ ,. In the Davies cottlll1e.; ............111II S .Ill.. 8ub..18"......._.... .. I D till" .
I"J" rjj I for trip to Hnvnnn Cubs a 1 a I ....... Plrce......." I M 12 JI P 10 110
eportamen.I Uuo 41 0
; Sen UH idin for HAY C. Hlebblns of Brooklyn mid IISa Mr. and 1\rs. How ley, daughter ... a (I 0 p.. _......1or."". ......__" 10 2V .. 17
I Naptha launches. can be nocm Mr. nod Mrs. -Sinlih' Cobb of Al- \pri'OiMitor'; thin. itentleuiun la hard slstur-ln-liiw of Nortliport L. I. ___. 11 11 a S 7 .. ...............itcis,, .,............ ID lit e a..0...._.... 018 s.. ......
URATN'alld FERt'IWZERS. r rod cheaply for water trlpnG'rosoent __", a ............J51t00............" 10 18 a..........., 8'8 ..
N. Y. arilved limt week mid 11 !
City has good, hotels. briny to. b. ..t. for h.. IIIIIIUIK to gut it vol- are guests\ nt thu. Avviiue! House __, I a .8 .... .......... Blu............... 10. ......... U 17 ...'.' .
3n are Hgnln I\t Oi'ovu Hull. They lu'vebeen .__.. I a ..... Hobo ......... .._... 0 p........
: r. and hoarding houses at moderato uinii of Bung from his congregation Mr. amid Mrs. Huuli; Monger and _....... 8 8 a 21 I' .. 1........W..t lo.nd 1I1,1......_.. I 21 e.. O .... ..
: rates. In the stale sonic time hut hAve such H' Will never thought possible children arrived last week and are" 80 s 4 s me P I C pAr.. ...Wet '. ..... 8 D .. 1.1 in 0 P

3n 3n"] r, Beautiful ntm.
3R bIcycle paths.. .. All nrc glad. to see I them I Elmore hurtle of Toronto On. Morrell(\ Mr.(jroven Monger. anil nan the onarKQ Couioltns; ot the ::0'....:: ..5 : C : : g ::::: :: ::::::::::.Jinytton betray..::.::::;::Lv' 5 1 IM iN : ::::: : := ::::.;..

J. W. Miller E b"irk In' Crpscont' City. turin, Ciinnrtit' wnsi-xpeulecl to arrive ml rut |eased to H.Uniit. tin-ill. us \irruntiient :: : a tO : g.: ..::: :: U.... :.iiorti.tctcierdclt........ : ........:::::: :: S 549 c9 ::1 a..S.::: : :. : \p.r:.::::..::..

Mrs. T. S. DuVeiiu with her sinter, on, Miiiiclny nod h.... prolmbly addressed ri'sldenlji of the I ownKOIIIM :: :. 8" .10 P .: .: .,_:..\.1..10......,.. 8 1 a.. : : : p.......
.......-... 720 a 10 r ..... ....... ........ 8 0 .......
n Cmscont City Fla. Mrs. Pnync returned, lust week Ilio conference tlorliiK thepreROilt of tliu Coinoltes nlt..iilrd saOsYSOeiUtspiCapAv.. ...........MI8ml...........1.. p.. 1 : P

", I 'ctrrrrrinrnrrrrrrrir.rrrrrrrnH3333inc3ii.3rinKiTr.Fr" : : : ; er"ticFiCFji; :; I'1'II: from Jlrldgepoit Conn. Mrs. Io. woik. Rav. Dr. Jiimrs. M.jlrny \ tIme lust Valnitlni-pnrty.-..k. Tlu-y, "t OreMOHiitiy. | ::::::::::: to 500 no :e..:::::::::.::.::::::::::::. Lvi Ar ::::::..d..I::.;.:::.:: It: :::::::::::: ::::::::::::. : C.::::::::::.
I"JPJ ii ri port a pie > j ::
tu .. .lio will very
g I Venu n hull' ulCi'S that cmillnu'o director of I Ihfl Moody lout I-
PJh r. i' Hilt tllllH. Buft Parlor C".on 78. 74. C..re on Ir' .81,
M r. r.r.r trn.v.2. 0.
8'11. 8
t I lOc to make Crenornt City her ;ute In hmioctgn; will b.. prttsent D.ly oe.pt ... 2 F
. gOur5and t Mm. W. U. Rulor visited. WeliikiiIHBC
-- -- - -
home nnd I that I lint targe' orinigH from I-Vbninry, IsOtli to Munch 4Ui. weea.Iltiss CONDENSED. 8CHEDtLI nETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND s'r. AUOtSTl/B
: -
nQ9 99999 CU k trove propurtles of her lnt" 'litiHband Dr. Cray la an Episcopalian l Dud woe ;: N0.3i- '
; ; N
i ] No. 18 No. G9lNo. 83 '
u n nnrsriraroniDnaanaaaa r-.r.rr.c.r r ngi (: Palmer killed wildcat 0,1.0 .rli.
rtj Bargain Counters tt:! will b'j kept lip to tho same high 'oiincrly u proiulnent. rector In HOH- lust week. Henry VValaiiiitn a lunge\ and I SUTHBOUND O.ur Dslip Es.'MEs.'NL4 DeilS D.Ur I O.lr h. .
Our new line of nn1SHOES l&ll. .
stiiiHliild of (l..Vflnpment.Mrs. Ch"H. Fnlnif Itlili-d lour lurne' '.....tors
ton.As LJack.onvulio em 900 250 520
ju;; are full of New Goods ttu 1>1. n. Trnlle.. nlwitys n popular \ UHUnl. the m
1n3 in. It will 1 tt ly attended by the people of Crescent CreBtriit Mty: I U mounting one of :
;:: j met pay visitor to Crescent City, wise t the t'li'in! for 1Ir.V IIl m"... NORTHBOUND No. Mo,3O No. ..] 81NO. t8 No. 88 No. a

03 r,1I! you to look them over. LI.Wo gmat limt wei.k of Mr.\ mid Mn. M. City and surrounding country Daily Duly Deity O."r E.. 8:. 8:, D.lr I O.lr D.lr N&I'18':.

:: For.Men, Women j jrq 101:) rn ra; also have a big rnttock LJ H. White and Mrs. ,cV'. D Benham and 'the town tnerohnnla' clone. theirplaces Mrs.Quite TlioH.a crowd Carson. of friends;Monditv snrprlxi'd..,...nll.\(\'. L."t, Augnhine ISop slop T i 1 10 4l .0 .j7JJ' 8 2 .1 7 me .

p. and Children I.:! ::: n of TrunkH and = : \.1rs. 'lriile will "\>'!IId it poupla of of busineeg! at o'rlock each h<-liir'. |\ n blrtndny Burprlmi. 'I h>*ru wimuxiutiiiH ArJ.ktu.II. 7 40 It 7 10 p 7 80 p mu pt2 'u p1 7 .c. 140 4 9 .1 5 be. .

!1ll00Jf rn wet
f y'u: should uttrnct your atten- | ::! "p.?" Telescoped] !Suit CIIHPS rnrs I to Jiick oiivlll, ", where she Is evening service. phone, and other enterlnliiinuntK, -t D.y Querbe.operated ou tb.. t.lo."n-whiulcumo-eatra or-.--. ehergsd.ISo. .
tad rlon If are after the i iKH 1ll00J !'it.'n: Hand During the past week strangers kefieMhnieiils' were served. nnd Kreatly kO, -
you .; Btiga/: etc., just rnj'u sounding the greater portion of I the ninny .3 No. DIK.18 ; No IS No. 201N 8" t
kind that ore punr'Ulte..dIII r.s enjoyed.Mr. 8na. 8un. I
have come from abroad to E. 1..port Br.nol
from winter.KBV. enjoy D II Dell
HH wear well. We can't |LoI : e factory uu time and Mrs. Henry Walsman and 0013'; OsIy l'8un.. 0013.; Daily

101.1: afford to keep any other I Ikind. LoIoi! p.; don't forgot; that we PIUu Ur. J. K. Wight and daughter conference meetings! sun.Ihllron. l left for their" home ntRntnesvlllt 2 10 -rtoii- Lv.Jeekaoville .._...A"ffi3pI" .

III At the name time j jwe ;:j :: have a largo stock of :::'I< or Hri'pn, Cove "HprlngH; arrived on Presldiinb. Chafer urges the people *, Ind. They iuitemidedlc.uivimmg S 4. PI, fe DO e 5 8.8.0. P P I I &60 e e Ar..I."I"" .. .. .atlantlolcosauu.'.n.h...._..... 14.8 6 e.14 II 6 e ci 4 4 6 P P ..,
t have endeavored f i> coin i iblnn t:1.: !. r fcs] r*U Vundiv.' and "ru at Urove Hull. Dr. 10 attend all the sessions( of the con'erenoe last week, but ili.okli'd to remain 10 a 1 00 a eieyport .. .Lv &I L".l

U14 style with wrarlnir {u.. t.n: Dry Oouds, Clolhiui;, ri, the first of lhrreMbyterlan .. not only for the personal another week. .turd"y even- PENINSULAR ; : s CONNECTIONS i
W'hclo" was pastor
qualities and after you :: .. of frit-mis called
tl.! .n Shoes and what yotl) benefit but because the future plansof liiir large; party on ; o i ;
rjj.2n this
church In pliuotnd
11I1<1 hnve tried on a pair you i n., tl'HlI1l1n IiILJ will acknowledge our sue- |1"11'1cm. :j want for tlailyi.rl imn. t! Is the rlllh..I'of Mrn. W. C. Nor- the conference depend l somewhnt. many selectlonn by the Kraphophone. Chose Caa.cloD .t .. Siecmships the P. a o. s. S. for i

L I .n rt: 1011 find !Mrs. E. 11. Wllllama of upon the attend.Alice this/ season ,. SOUKS and recitations by MM.WalRinau Havana Key West and Nassau. .
MOoJ 1:1", 'n. ----e---- P'lpl The[ sessions Are held dally at8X:! ) and CI...". C. Sullivan. In ,

Of Course Everybody j 5 a Grove ilenmire Hall.to)! the His people visits nlwnys ot CreacentC'lty give' ind 7:80: p.m.The .the'.....,ucan__midst 1. -S. .I.of..._q the A.UUUIo._merriment. "H.'J.., ._jn-....._oiiinn.,........Ii.. 'I."athere Three Sailings Each Week.

oJ "iII these dlKirl K,," knows t M CONE : many, or 'wtomn remember Valentine Social.The appeared a poor wnyfaier, suk- Trains dl4chsrge passengers .t shlp's .Ide. No trsusf.rs. ,
how we excel' In t!:: 00J lug permission to remain until the Ttioaa Time'.bl..chow the times fit wlilrh, trnlna mar DA..__ to arrive at and depr
,pnetornte.Jumps from the several "ono. but their arrival or dnpnrture at the tImes atituxl I. not. i
t most successful entertainment early morning! train wim due. Hewas I.Ula .
II.JII .uin. nor to bo hold rosponiflblo Cur anydt'Isy.oranyoons.quouo.e
g Groceries. I gnn I.. k" Piidgctr, sr., hues been quitetil from financial taken In and tnndn welcome.Ills Oomp.nl .rlln..bnrulrm.
1 a standpoint
II4 The Shoe Man, tR.. for I the past' two or three weeks at name was Henry Nos..whlsk of For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

New and SHitHoniihle g{oodii ; hH kn I Ills home Iji the north l"Ulllr lown< given under tho auspices of the V. I. Chicago: ) III.. a broken down tar "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." 4
arilvlnif( dally You can MIoJ A. was the Valentine party of last specialist.
U14 j
depend on Fresh Groceries j jat. tj .n Crescent City, FlaLLU.44J,1 a i iLoI'I settler Mr. Padsroft In; this Is probably neighborhood the oldest. and week The pony ", a.lI'h'.n liy the There was preaching In the BaptlHt J. D. RAHNER, Asst. den'l Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. I

fij.J t kill Third Division conimltlen of the nsocliitlon church Sunday n. III. by Rev.SVnmm. .
;9 1I4 klil n 3 w though not an old mini In jenrs nor Stones of Falatka.
composed of Mt H lnnif s W.D. .
", G. L. Ghamberlin's J344L4.L44J4Veatl.er appearance has lived here since be- Jlenham 8 I). Kltc-h M.! R. A very interestlnir Leiigun meeting J
01/1 MI.! his G. S. & F. RAILWAY
He number
-- - the civil war.
,' Crescent City. |;:tjU foie Tr"lIe.? Jas. I'-ulJrett.: Jr., and MHSSvaLyon | wan lead by Mrs. U..llryValeman,
\ Iteport.rre friends by Acquaintances.., for no Sunday. eveulnp
gC CC ccc u u and I the tcrnxH receipts of

.,ccr. r.r. r. D log tubrimry,contOlty, llllh. temperature, luki for the wookonit- one gets to know him but lop'tni-m! time evening union II'IM"! to (WT 00. .The Fain,. Karl.. The Best Route to
-- -- ------ Mn*, Mi,. him nnd all feel a deep concern mil crowded with
was spectatorsand Mr. Bacon-When a woman tells a
for for
'tw..v ..w ) ! 10. SaturdayW M 01) "WVH' '10 Dr. A. I. Hpenoer. our dentist Is had obtained value 91tcieo. ( &U
received "Once OfU"H
11. ""nd... /AM IM M W>!4 101U. they; upon a time. Mr B&oOD-Y., m. etfcu1.a. :
, Fresh Garden Seed Monday 07. l>r M HI' M ,""J Joy Inn it good{ ) practice, not alone for any money npent. Prizes for the aDd when a man tells a airy story he .
la. 411 07 Ml ""'ii."
, I 4. TIIUM.IHV.Huilliu.ilay. Ml tW'i OJ Tl 01n. \\lllihoine people! but patients are best fancy com union were awarded always'begins like thli: "There now .: f .4

ForlheSpring In.. 'ihunumy.Frldn)'. .ft4.h HA a. 54 til M'if 67 U: "onilng to him from all pnrts of the to Mr. W. B. Maull mud Mm.! E. D. dear don't be angry with me; you lee f1Hedc 1 CJ.1/H.H. au6". ota

R D. WILLI.U'S.' Obiorver. 1 peninsula. D.... Spencer Is a gra.du- Lynch. Some six or eight living It was like this."-Yonkers Statesman. tOZtft4l2,4t

Planting ate of tho Atlanta Dental college, valentines disguised. and) wrapped 2I0lt? O"IC'1J "u O.Ht: '
A man fifty years of age bas In ordinary -
g U U 3 3a one of the great dental schools. of the In sheets were auutloned from the undressed 1
cases himself 18,203 Two Trains Daily North Bound
We have everythlrg! you notitl, nnd 1 hoe hud several years of tflge and sold from three to eight times Dud of course dressed himself ;

want In this Une.Our a 3 Personal and Social a experience In practice since graduation. ; dollars each. When unfolded there 'Just. ns many. Leave Palatka No. 2. 6:60 a in : No. 10.6:4 p m. I''

PJ: 101d He modern met hods and valentines to be the .
( USPS proved among - --- Arrive Falatka. Houthbound No. 1, J
::J M M C IiI MQ those who havo had work done most attractive young people of the Silver Lake Poultry Yards, No. it, 11:00: a rn.

"NO. 44" will cure Crescent Inn Is well filled with speak highly of his abilities. place l none of whom would stay
Hjirncer" Place. SlnKleComb Hrown Leghorn, 4
, Chills and Fever. Headache pleased guests. At the ; of the M. E. bought.) This nun. c"sy money. for Our .Urdu ore llenutle. Matnun! not skIn.icilimore i
; parsonage Strain. J-KK: for hatchliiK tiy n.
Colds and l Hilllousness. Try n Mr. O'Callnghan and Rev. Dr. Jol church last nigh In the presence. of the association.. ,,_., ft AO per 15 At yard *1. "|1"0' few ....-

bottle 25e.Lound's. tOil visited DeLand last week. relatives and a few Intimate friends, There were ,many attractive side In tmio, "10* week.of heavy when welKht well' I.mock". Price,.hm..ante.. .Fry. f.*.rhornn. .. Schedules (I1lven; 'l\bovA Are lubJecttochanle: without notice,; and the .!

Miss ITiillle Denton spent, Monday Redmond B. Gmiller) and Miss IdaMiller features to the show among the pret. AddroM r. n. FAR I... 8..IU.. ria. tlm of arrival and departure :\

lestof which was the Infant Through Pullman oars from Tlfton to Atlanta. Chattanooga
In Palntkn. ; repreentatlon
friends by
0011 Tuesday with united In marriage NR..hvle.
' Drug Store were of Miss Abbljean Miller ..6... :I:. Speoacor: St. Louis and .Chicago all-the-year-round Elegant sleeping betwoEn I
The V. I.'A. gave a very success"ul the Rev. I,. D. Lowe. A delightful Valdosta and MBCOII. .
and the Cupid of MiiBter 'Vult..rLynoh.
Crescent 'Clty. Fin. t'M card party ut tho hull on Tues- coincidence of the occasion was that Dentist. Handsome Parlor Cars In service oa Trains No. I and 2 between Macon
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lay night.Rev. the wedding wan celebrated on thir Valdosta ard Jacksonville. '
M f') of the marriage There were fancy tables confectionary once at Beatdanoa on respect BtraauCreecent I.

--- --- Dr. Jolsten Is spending a por- ty-first anniversary tables, a fortune telling City Florid-. Information as to rates routes schedules sleeping reservations
lon of the week In Palatktt. and St. of the1 bride's mother who was present moth Ml Grace etc. will be glndly furnished upon application to
presided over by
StJonns, Rlvrby Oayllartt. The people ;
last night. young
Augustine.F. Jnsb In gypsy costume and other O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.

The Beach &: Miller Line, M. Phillips Massachusetts Is begin life together and the under Kvenlng very Record happy features for getting\ money. The la- Eggs For Hatching.From 8. F. PARRT.Vice Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES, Qen. Passenger Agt

Steamer CUKHCENT.L here on a visit to the family, of his auspices with their hosts of friends In dies also served Ion cream and cake. Pure Barred Plymouth Rock ; per Macon Ga. j

dater, Mrs. C. II. Cash. Joins The evening closed with a dance. .Ol 1
av Jnckuiouvllle ouTue. wishing
KBturdaya at SIO .. m for tlreen Core, Mr.\ and Mrs. N. B. Clandon and The committee responsible for the >
l-alatka. uroaoant City and prlnolpal Wnj life together Mlmnl Record. Mrs. Q. n. Prevatt
LandIn... MIa. Clandoll of Falrbury III., regstered success of this entertainment Is being .. :=l SOUTHERN -
Ktot..nlllw.I..C.ent. 0.11 Wlldn. The Soul hneld Hotel l la well filled Seville FJa. *
Hall hand. RAJLWAY.
dayeFrldeyeend Monrtiiyai $ m.jaokmnvlllti at Orove on Saturdny. congratulated on every F. .
wharf footof Laura; tnTalophon >CS The steamer Crescent will bring with !guests. Among, late arrivals EFFECIVE i
A.% nlfta'Jy noted are Messrs. C. F.
..barfont of I*mnn p.".I Sun. not
p 'at* an excursion from Palatka" next ,
nnd H. U. Smith of Norwalk
lay aud allow the excursionist six Osborne, Conn., Julian '1'. BlHhop ofBrltll.port Two Vestibule Train. 1.. No 8 No a North and \set. 1N0. irLv '.

hours stop here. Comi.. John A. Hubbard I. h..n.... CIa So By a 'a 7 Mp I. ...k".II.Fla. 1 ... ''1
A. Ii 10 .
a sip
It seems that the great nntlonnlgame of lloydton, Vn., Mr. iiiul lolrs Oeo. O.Stebblns Over Half a Million 1.Lv Joeup 8..no.0. 8 II' I "p 12 1 Ar Cisc..,... 0. So ityl 111111. ..
Undertaker and Embalmer. of poker has been added to the of Brooklyn, Mrs. A. H. Ar ., ,, .."... ...IY S p tI .\.o.U..IUy.. .. are, ) .. '
IU III 5th ..
ar Charlotte P Mel
"R 10m.U. .. -
lurrloulum of the seinl-occnslonitl, Symonds of New York, Rav. and Ar Ur ..br.... ) tty I lit a 1'eta Ar 1.1"0. ..". ... Cr1 11" -J 1

Full Hue ot Casket and Coffins V. I. A. oard parties. Mr. A. C). Oufbeleln and Muster SATISFIED CUSTOMERSDo Ar_ ._ .. .... Uy a Ci I. StOft ArO".o".1. Ky..Q.TeD" 1 an.L I ,... "4.". ... .

Telephone Mrs. F. E. Howe with two little Frank Uaebeleln of Mt. Vernon, N Richmond 1 R1 I 1M. e'2 _Aroinolonahi_ ._ .. I. )... 7 eq_ .. _... .
you think Bach .n enormous business could be built up and L. ( Your .m S .....
CRESCENT] CITY FLORIDA children of Huntsvllle Alu. l I. hereon Y., and Mm. W. U. JoIIIMoWlllld Miss continually Increased If our goods did not have exceptional value and merit Ari.ynchtmrg--- .. so fly -8'p-- IUUlu"1. .0..1t..1''.Four .I" ."t... .. (

,. visit to her uncle and Aunt, Mr. Mitynnrd of Milwaukee\ Win.. Many Do you think we could hold the trade ot half a million people If our A' So UI' In a 5 1"1: L. 0ltsnatl. 0 Line. : B :1. .....
and Mrs. irinchalUT. expected during Ihe prns- reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't, firmly established Ar Ohal"u"ole W".hlh"l. ....Mo nl''I 'M a 1'1 Ar Olle"'o ....1. 1.1"01 I T ''A, .... '

Transfer Co. others are In fact all the Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers Businessand .B..lm"'.... ....P P 1 U a P I L' CInoiminait 0 H I"I. .m I e, map: ..
Crescent week. 1 14 I ArCiieatio..0 H intel .
City of and coming .
Mr.\ and !Mrs. Henry O Harris emit Professional men In every section ol this country would keep oa using l'hU"'tnl. .. p \= I ..
Dee MoInes Iowa, old friends or Mr. Hccommodiitloim of the house have HAYNER WHISKEY If It wasn't all right 'lNe !I Lv 0'1..10"'" ... .C I.. I ...
York ...0 D\.I\ II 1Pnl.
Meets all trains at Ctesoi nt City Juno :n-"flew Ilorll. 1.0r. ArTI... ".
mind Mrs. C. A. Pratt, am. 'stopping baoil", engngnd. Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use It, If It Pullmaa Ir"wlnW ROlm "." I .... ;

ttoa. Night trains by appointment.M Drove Hall. could not the partloulars wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated 'weD Vest T..p., and Iew mruln..I.. latul,.' F 8 '.''p, ::.. Itdl.
time at got
ror a The News Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order.Your Apl".b rl. ..p"Llnu. Ml.... i
I R tABEEE.: MnnaR.tr. of the Holley shooting tin .W..hlnWlnn anti rift. t.imitod." Daily .
Base bull fever has struck the money back II you ar* not satisfied. loitmac mtrewinhltdoonmsi..opiomiCarJakseo. .iBI.m0\ .up: ,

# small boys now and the "aJlmnhors"erotiulkIng ornpo of Saturday night the 10th United Btatee Senate D. C. ,ill.to New Turk., ArOI..nd.' .. ,
,Waihlegtoa. _
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up a match game with Pomona lust, owing to the telephone not beIng I.1..have found. H.l'....Whlekey eieeptloaally One for table and medicinal' purpo_" -- L.I."lnl"LoUI..lo.. .011\\6\ \I IUp\ .. .r .
W. B.: SHOTWELL -provided that place has a, club In condition It woe reported to U. B.Wm.senator.M. Slatart from Mseeds.HAYNER Tbrufh" La." or the Sky." I No 8 ,. .I,' ...." __ "1"--: .;.

Build? Row Boats, of similar weight. IheNcwsthnt ilolluy had skipped L' J".IU.Via .... S R y.I tp \ ICTlte Ftorlda Liultcl. .D.II old !
... through day
Ins .e.tb"le ..1.
have been ,a iniitutkeli iv .. /ply l1 .
Bepalrs boats buggies end lunlccs all Mr nod Mrs. J. A. :JfcMnrrln and That appears to mr U.ltnmhli",: g' fly I e : m.II.pl. o.J..I.I. teOlnulnusit.ArAuherhile 1
outskirts : : : ___
IIIIJIIHI.lhIK..red In tho Cecil lCcpArtlntaprlnes. = :
kinds of wood work repair at his shop d"nghl"rlIIB) Pi-arl.'. .mid Ilti legranddaughter WHISKEY NO. .. Boitri clap -
III roar of his MEA MARKET, und their of the town unlll he coulJ h-uru the mac Ill I eoop' NORtHWEST. 1o1iI I l
Phlllht, &n.II. B
OresoHut City. Fla.fMtlafootory the wounds. Infllctm! by his .... itt I 55cc. _ _ _ ;
extent of
work guaranteed. modest guest; 1>lrll. Taylor mada up a family itt i.OUle .. ...L4O Re I 4 MP L. Jackeevhile... S fly1 "'PAr
Augustine. t load of buckshot The( wiitmded negro OinolnusllOhlm..Q .t 3 I C ItS C.v Jesus .. ..........Scu ity IU Cccp "
visit Ht.
- -prlona.If----.---- party and to Tuesday., won shot In time lleshy part of his leg FULL < i.20 EXPRESSJJ No. la-Otlip PnUm.h itrewiog-Itoom .n.1 : :\.',::.:"' ......50 fly itT 2 Oct. : .

Monday mind will get well. The worst feature 4 $3 IUI.UI..pln.Onr. between J..m..d Ar .. AI. .. NO RI' Ii :
you have either business houses In town Save tt. Lul. m'lrmlnietism, Ala..i.e lip tOS.
The of It III tutu' he wits not, the ni'gro Hoi- QUARTS PREPAID :: Memphis, 're..c ::::Fri.co : ::
agreed to close at 7 o'clock each after but nn lnnoo..nt third Arr.n.c.M..o!! it '
OmngeS 6roervII! or !TongerlneS evening, except Huturday duriuig the icy was Two Trains Daily ... .. I Is d"I.L...
/ party. Mayor Sprague humid Holleyon OUR OFFER w "nl send you la a plain sealed. ease, with no A mitt crtogs, Ark... .. 9 .r., .. .
Bible conference In order that the :. ,0 ahoweonunn., FOUR PULL QUART
of tho town court and To W and
to dispose of. cud ,,lfth toke clerks have opportunity to attend the carpet BOTTLES O9 RATMBR PRIVATE STOCK RVB FOR 3.20., and we hington N..I..The Tiarids4nmtted." lialmy Pull.
",p posted$ rr>)T rdlnr( may fluid, him fCO and \O/It.-In\ all $58.E' will pay the apreas ob....... Take home and sample It, have year doctor D".lnl Rem t'leeplng, ears b..eu
prices theY' .lIrlt brl'ijrliiH(; the service ': !IJ"] Fell, the negro\ Hotli-y nt rted test tt-every. bottle II yon "" .b. Tnea II you don't And .It Just as we say New York.JaokaonIiie I Blrml".b.n Memphis .. 1
and perfectly. .eaHalaetory. It bank. to aa AT OUst KXPKN8B: aadyenrtl
on the New York innrki, Time ladles of I hot KpUoopnl aluj before .
bukdltln't, was
In tl) hot 20 will be promptly refunded. How could any case be lalrerl You - - --
corrpspnnd with church held, a Washington's' birth- '[ tile mayor for tllsordr-rly. nontluct don't risk a cent.Orders A ArRIVALS AT JiOKaOSTILLlC.

d 'iy supper nt V. I. .\ hllll last and" was fined $IOai\J oonts.TYPEWlUTTtN for ArfL.C.I..Cof.. Cd."...Mont N. ..N Mex. ,Ore.TTtah.Wart.. York, Wa-hlnfkin. end Mmlted," 9:00
row 'Wmhlnivm
S. B. Dowries & Go., nl.cht.:. report of which, will btll'Ub.1 j I II or paid Wyo.or,>must U laart be on the lot be.icnt SILmiU 4,hr Quarts h'reiglet: forSM.OO rreaald.bv Uxpreea. Pr.- _ F.',',-or., I..w Xan>"a...1 O uly nclntiatl Mampbhs, ) .1.-1.1.Blrmlnf. hum.._rta>"-"K 14>, "' L.rl.U 14, "rl'..JI"rl"I l
llshed nell week. | UttTTlR-S In any' -lniiwt.Xi heTllief -t. *, "W !, _.,.n and limited, m, F
Write\ ear sweet offloe and dolt NOW. Jlurd. ,
!2IIB: Duxne) St New Yorlr. of local nuanlltlDS' printed from ribbon by From, .. w ,.rtI. .va lilnt. etA-Nn M, Mew V-.r ant' J1.M. Xipreae/1 3,50 m.
There 'Is'' the' promUrt a ,. P
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shi.w I mil, wltli) such emlnint .e" procesa. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY S
TO rurnlvhrd II pMI n.1) mlnsm 'time ge"ul'l"' maBhlna written work UxcettDI I 'I C"r "rVIoe..r .

In the Attteboru BpiirMni'iK. hou... burnt oork t-nd t 1"11 i ,tniltw's VVrltu f'" into .> Nt w... Jtth 1> i art Atlanta, )*. Daytew, O. ... Lewis, .. .... Paul.MUa. -_
Modern conveniences.! Suitable for Chits. B. Uownti and!. T.>m (JI)I..rk. ''m..nr 'S'.' nNo .loany orli.n" !klitV'" '' ., O LtT< as .. tat Dtemuir, TMT. 0. lrea.cusssu, ISO*. f'. H. ACKE T, O.1.. U. ."'LOI, O. P.
F. M. ) l Work at rHna nabl I1rI0"8. i I
one i or two persons. Apply other celebrities. I t.lutt; | .
raft ur \ I ,1'
Pay son, Orescent City in*. l-6-tf. with n -.------- _ C fl. H HARDWIGK, r 1 j, DRUOKalURG4N,4O.P.4J


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Club Banquet arid Party.No .. m m m [fiI l E- i'f- !
The pupils of Miss Mudire will gives mmcmcgmmmaa )
News musical recital at toe opera house social event during the season" I 1

., Grateful tonight.. has been more thoroughly enjoyed Look At These Bargains !
Advertiser than the banquet and Valentine
Mrs. W. L Elwond has returned to Novelties
Twentieth Century -
.. home In DeKalb, Ill., after a party given bv4-he a I
---- her the home of Mr. H. A. W
t Liberal two week's visit with Mrs I. L. El- Club at Large lot Ladle's belts worth from 25C to 75C
; iulcy last Friday evening. .
1 ana 1 wood. The members of the club spared no grnaii psi! 11, going now at. . . . . 150 to 250 \
4 r Happenings Ralph Crepto, cashier of the First pains nor expense to make the affair r1'111m
; of Suits worth $1.75 to $2.50 '/f
: Lot going
I Hoy's
National Hank of I>DeKalb Ill:. who ..L complete suooes and as to this all Standard/ Styles of {-j ,
=. hns been the guest for two weeks of present on that occasion will testify J now at only . . 75C a suit.'J' J
given ua in Ur. and Mrs. E. P Elwood left for In terms most glowingThe enthusasm :
1 home today. manifested In this meeting was Spring P1r r& Men's Felt Hats, worth 75C to $3.00, will sell prllt.

which was Mrs. O. Worcester of Col. I. L. Elwood arrived here on at highest pitch throughout committee all ill of )1 t . . . . 35C to $1.50.
la the city yesterday. ant; week. and the
Big array of new spring launch Thursday[ Doozle, coming which\ up had on been his team sent charge of the entertainment features Dress Goods r t. JOba lot Remnant I Ginghams, worth. I2j/ c yd i m

Miss Lucas' windows. to Jacksonville to meet him. With worked eight with a o'clock will. some twenty 'II. I going at . . . . . . 8J/ cGentlemen's m g
51 over 1904 Mr. and Mrs. Clin- By I at na :
has returned to the city Col. Klwood were had assembled and
;k to his brother In Klsslni- ton and Mr., find, Mrs. Edgar, frIends young after brief people business snsslon the fun Four-ln-hand and String Ties, J
from DeKalb. Ill.. who will spend a began. The distribution of original a Miss Kate. L. Lucas' I worth 25C to 50c, going at i8c to 380 each.
at the
short time Putnam
much merriment
valentines furnished

it The at City. the Guards Armory Rave on an Mon In- Itiisiness Machinery at the company Stanton Is Foundryand IncreasIng -I, Its and conception.was Indeed These an InnovationIn consisted !1 Millinery and] fj 11. OUR NEW GOODS I/

so steadily thnt, the company has principally of burlesques with just 1'I
.r ..- : Whittier of Chicopee, been compelled to make monthly ad- enough sentimental ones to balance \ Dry Goods "I are arriving every day In all lines. The sea

: Store I g'.est of her cousin, lltlons for the past year. The latest matters.At u P1 son's DRESS GOODS are very pretty. Come I?J
( additions to the equipment Is a new 9BO: o'clock couples were chosen ::I Iu
;' Coxe entertained a num- lathe and. steam hammer by- matching heart-shaped valen- k1\ Store. rj rji : and see them and note the Bargains.

: : Enters at cards Thursday af- Mrs. 8. J. Hilburd secretary of tinea. Inscribed.on which The appropriate peoplewere verses rr 1m

8 to 5. this United Daughters; of the Con- were then invited to the young dining room New Goods are rarriving i J. E. ED OfiSOffi
that the next r
oderncy, nnnounccs awaited 11
truck farm Is shipping where a sumptuous spread ,
L NEW for which returns of t f meeting of the daughters will beheld them. The menu consisted of chick daily.Families r::
Mrs. Patton
coming in. I Anderson at the residence Thursday of afternoon, en salad' served on heart-shaped wafers lettuce -, nn a Goods Notions Shoes.
leaves cheese straws,
.t determined Cotillion Club gave March 1st, at 8 o'clock and that all saltines I salted FrenchMHMn.v. c c c nn rc"" Dry ,

i at the Putnam House members are requested to attend. thnrt li? ,fvllai peannts[ ..}.,.. nanrltrfudge ___ __ __ __ __ 1
(: than ever evening. W. P. CraIg, president and general f ; ', olivespI'ckles; : and"coffee.' :'-'" h 10 d (S. E. Bond Co's_ old Stand.)

r.l' the popular naval manager of the old Palatka & At the conclusion of the supper
of Norwalk was a Heights; street railway company arrived the club repaired to the parlor where '.' 1 I Lemon Street Palatka Fla.J 1
: l' 4 PUBLIC city this week. from OrangeN. J. Wednesday many games were played and music ,
night. Mr. Craig will be In Palatka, enjoyed.
.. Ernest Miss
: Owens about two weeks: during which time The home was very prettily deco-
Jas. Bell of tSatsu-
,1E and ho will tear up and ship the track rated. In the parlor the dtuoratlona
the city (Saturday. and -_.. -- --- "- -
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mid other property of the company. were tastefully arranged; pink -
one of the lend the club colon being effectively .
r Thi.isa the Uannervllle district, The next meeting club will; of take the 'VomRn'aFortnightly the formof green employed. Hundreds of small ,:ii-i: ( .. a. mr7Xfitj: { ..:i
.1 In the city yesterday. hearts were draped on the walls and
the to bo givenIn
a musicale same !
Growing Taylor, mayor of Chic. the spacious parlors. of Mrs Henry around the pictures. In the from north the We Are of 1C
; end of the room, suspended Making a Specialty
., was among the guest. Wilson's.. home at 8 o'clock Fri- heart to which
ceiling was a
: I I' Each at the Putnam Ilouse. day evening March 2d. The admission of smaller -
was attached strings\
all. clnb members. ,
\> .: Ralph of St. Augus to except Mrs. S. J. Hllbnrn hearts running; to the sides of the House
: each year's will be 2S cents. Furnishings.
either side.
guesc; of Miss Mabel of the musical recess window on
the chairman committee -
1;' .and The dining room was also nicely
; :I shows an Saturday Sunday. states that the money realized decorated with and the .;.

.i t We grow Prlddy returned Mon from the tnunlr. ale will go to the club colors evergreens who useSTRICKLAND'S All you hare to ilo is to provide the .
8 months' visit to her Federation fund.Aydelott's Misses Lillian
//Pr. we please H. E. Cowart Tampa. moving picture show at Ralph Those of present St. Augustine were Clyde Bates Breadare home Then see us about the Furniture =

Mrs. Silas B. Wright, Jr., the opera house. on Tuesday and Mabel Holcomb, Minnie Buky Naomi ':
with Its fast friends I furnishings\ including Mattings Rugs
: ,
t our spent last Friday In the Wednesday evenings was the best of Kelley Nellie Jackson, Violet ,
Goods. of Harold E. Merryday. Its kind ever given In the city. The Merwln Nellie Marshall Bertha It's worth YOUR while to try it; also : Clocks, Crockery, Stoves and Stoveware. ,1
pictures shown were very clear and Smith Edna Marshall; Messrs. M. the Strickland make of Until, Pies,
,- ,: There'll be Informal dance was distinct and were of a character/ both J. Humps Ernest Holcomb F. M. Cakes. (Grooms' old stand). Central I We have all these things in great variety /and
t. home of Mr. and Mrs. Instructive and amusing.( The lectures Kelley. T. J. Knight; Meyers Albro Lemon Street. ,
: bl' t Cold \ last Wednesday eve- given with each picture were Paul Fleming, and J. D. Buky. our stock is new. If yon are thinking of re

alone worth the price of admission The next meeting of the club will house call and :!
\ and we : ,a skilled eye special/ while the Illustrated songs by Jewell occur at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. furnishing your inspect.!
headquarters at the Miller proved entertaining and pleas- P. DuPont on the Heights, Mar
:,[ that we ( in this city for a few Ing. 2d. _ if ... ., ". -.. Your Credit is Good. :KI
., sa- Excursion to Crescent City. S-f< -

'1 former prominent Mr. and Mrs. Longworth in The steamer Crescent will give; an r J. H. YELVERTON Jr.

t operator of this comity PaJatka a Few Moments.Mr. excursion next Sunday to Crescent _
was In the city on and return. This comfortable
for Men City
uuI.... and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth and fast sailing steamer with ample I Central Lemon Street,
; < Children. Mrs. W. W. C. Wall are whoso marriage; at the White House accommodations for 000 passengers
l. : the birth of a little last Saturday was an event of nation. will leave Adams' wharf at 7 and arrIve Palalka Florida. .
Dress came to brighten their al Interest. passed. through; Palatka at Crescent City at 8:80: a. m. m. : :
'f morning. In their private cnr Elysian Tuesday Returning will leave Crescent City :
t Working nfternoonon their way to Cuba via at 4 and arrive in Palatka at 6:80: p.
W. W. Jolsten a promi Tampa. The car was attached to in, giving excursionists a full six -mJ 1 m i1jmmEmmm} XnE: :mJj12) J,!.

Then priest of the upper pn- truln No. 85 of the Atlantic Const hours In the pretty orange grove .. .
visitor in -- -- -- --- ------ -- -
Michigan, was a Line which stopped at the depot but town and netting them back home ---

:: ) of fancy week. about five minutes.Mr. In good; season. '
&J' F. Weld brought a party and Mrs. Longworth occupied The excursion l Is given by th$
t wool from Welnka In the seats In the tear or observation end steamboat management; in response A Stitch in Time '''t ''t t\1
: /. lust Saturday::: and the of the car and were seen looking anti to the request of a number In this to suvo nine must be the rlllhi kind of a .11.1. 1 1lo WE \\\\\\\.t\ MAKES OLD
here shopping.\ pointing with interest find In ,animated city who desire I to visit the Moody gut. full, value out of a bicycle tt rmut 'if' i.
-- -$ conversation over some objects Bible conference now in session at patre.l:\ ,not only, promptly' hut..1'i I.hunpIIg ; i: \ SEL \\\\i'i\\. THINGS NEW.,,
Staton and daughter work In very |' 1 I
down the truck and toward the the Southfleld Auditorium In Ores- ,, ., ,, ... ,
Mil, and Mrs. Wairen will ruin a wheel In no timelmt\ w"t rtu I h "
And UlIllHtown suburb. They were evidently City. tint-claim In every ease Wu never fall below I It will aiska your woodwork" plairo and furniture look like new, all by I
FilL were guests of greatly impressed with the Tha speaker at the service next the factory tundard, simply going over the turlma wIth clotS mol.t n.d with the V.n r. I
(1. Tllghman this week. architectural beauties of the section Sunday will be Rev. Dr. Elmore E. O. EARLS k A IUU girl Ban do the work easily. It l I. not_ v.rnl.h. There. 'U no drying 6.
: to welt for. Large bottle, to renovite the .
enough ordinary home BOo.vvv
There 60 Harris Toronto.. Canada.
or more
moved Its official head were probably ... h ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
11'n the Crlll block to the people at the train, the maJorltr.or Crescent City Is one of the prettiest fiT mon BU Pululka Fin "'"'''''''''' s s s""" "v''v''sv v "<'">"vvvvAckermanStewart"",, ,, "" ,,"'''''

: We have ( yesteiday.. lleru- whom were concerned small towns In, Florida There are Kcgistratlou :Notice.
? of will find Clerk Black well own affairs of arrival and departure. good hotels and delightful shaded/ For Saic by
: display quartets. anti beyond giving. passing glance: walks and drives. Th" river and The City Registration\ Books will
at the oar of tile president's daughter' ; doubt the most be oppn at the Joint I llciu'H,, fl'nllll1l1.I)
Windsors lake ride Is without
: J. Hilburn will attend the and son-in-law showed no further delightfully picturesque Inland water ii). to 1 p. 111. on the following I tin\',.:
wiecutlve: commit- curiosity. Perhaps a dozen or more In Florida and it Is under- Saturday: February 24th t : Moudnv, Drug
i. rt \' at Jacksonville tomor stood their ground; and gazed! at the stood trip that citizens and visitors February 2lth( : Saturday, Maioli Bil, ;
I I all in plain proxy of Hon. F. J. Fern- oar during; all the time It was at the, are arranging;many to enjoy the pleasures Monday, March 5th ; Saturday Marcia
depot but few got a glimpse of the, of next Sunday's excursion. Tickets 10th; Monday March 12th; alllr- Company.
I a colors. Dolphin property of L. bride and groom. As the train pulled for the round trip will be sold for day March 17th; Monday/ Mnrcl10th ,

) Sure to Is undergoing exten out Mr. and Mrs Longworth were 75 cents.If and from II.... in. to sundown. 011SaturdaY' .. .. __ .. .. _u __ __ _ .. __ _.. ___
seen and responded to the waving of March 24th. 1WMI.HBNia \)(
.. Six::: feet Is be- you want to enjoy a most delightful .uuu.z'!J"1i1l.'L"1'1'1i 1'Ly :! .
'- r ri: Neckwear. to its length. The yacht one or two In the crowd under the I as n ell as restful outing take PETERMANN. ;( .z.z.rI.1l.ll.'TLll.1'L'in I1-Uuu: .zTL.l;
: In a week or ten shed. this ride to Crescent City City Supervisor of Ueirlstratlun,
It Mr. and Mra. Longworth; went j=* '1
'" aboard the steamer for Cuba at Port Minstrels Under Canvas.A. A tare Chance. 0 APT. M. R. Rmi's :
} I' Tent was sot up on Tampa Tuesday. night and expect to
I lot on Lemon, street Wed remain on that Island until Friday C. Allen's original New Orleans Prof. Samuel the technical eye-
I from the el.Hinder of the March 2d when they will return tt minstrels will show, In Palatka sight specialist from Cleveland 0.. is the only Complete
'" should do a thriv Washington via. IIIlaml.I Thursday night of next week March1st. branch otllce Tampa. Fla., can.be
F ; during Its stay in l'a- ,I This big show has a complete consulted at the Hotel Uialiam. The
I theatre with drop curtains and other professor is one of the bent nklllci
1" When it U. Beach of Savannah' Ordered to Egypt. stage paraphernalia nil under a big tu, thin country. Such an opportunity House Furnishing
1 ... 0// J. in this city as a former Midshipman\ W. I.. Calhoun U. S. canvas and from all the press accounts Is Sfidoin to be had. All errors of
t. t I" Clothing, ; tbe lieach & Miller Line N., terminated his furlough on Wednesday seen give an entertainment vision If possible will becorrectrd by
thoroghly: pleasing to the people. prescription, lenses. Consultation Establishment in Palatka.
River steamers was morning, having\ been ordered -
Remember The tent Is capable of seating iXM! ( ) free.
i at the Putnam' House on to report at Boston immediately,
\ from which place he will sail with people. One Atlanta paper says: Iff New Goada; in all lines now on. exhibit.
35 other midshipmen and 15 line olll "The company has been coming to Free Unby L'ictures. ..
't\ : Mrs. E. C. Brown of De Atlanta for several
t once a year years
cers on the White Star! Line steamer
\ I > 1 .. pleasantly remembered : and seems to grow In size and popularity Ford's Photo Tent on the Griffin Jl.1l.lI.1l.1l.1l.II"JI"JI" .1t n.1tt1't1
for Alexandria : At
Canopio Kgypt.
\ lot will make pictures of all babies
by reason of former visits, from year to year. The tent
Alexandria he will join the U. H
last and : the doors last under two of age absolutely
Saturday' are was packed to night years
Mrs. protected cruiser Chattanooga whichIs and several hundred turned free next Tuesday, Fcb'y 27th alday.
irl daughter Henry were J NNNrWNNNmrJ
i to be a part of the squadron com away because there was no more :! ::
mander Rear Admiral Tralne
by on 'Finest Line of
The admission ban been
t room.
people' of Palatka are
the Asiatic station. Free Batty Pictures Ford's Photo
t; i :i. Hand with pleasure to the Hon. and Mrs. 11 P. Calhoun ac placed at the popular prices of 25 and tent next 'llue d.l y. Souvenir;
.. to be given this. eve- companied their son to St. Augustine 85 cents. _ Postal Cards I IIn
: ,: and and Mrs. W. Walton where farewells were said. Board c/ Trade. FOR SALK: -'Two Rood tunics -
their niece Miss Walton, so two street cnrs. At ply., \V. I'. :
The Palatka Board of Trade had Florida. :
Miss Bryson. a CRAIG I'liUikii' )Fin.
r :; Boys representing Work Federation yf Women's Clubs. well attended and Interesting meeting ;: 40 Different I'alatka and Vicinity Cards, :

I( merchant tailors, The Hoard of Directors of the last being Friday the night election, the special of oillcers occasion Free BMw Pk-tiiresnf? i 1-onl's Photo, :=: 200 Different Florida Oarda. :

'- : and samples and take meas Florida Federation of Women's for the ensuing year. Some other tent next 'l'u"'Md"' :; A Beautiful Line of Fancy and Comic Cards. ..:
Clubs met In Jacksonville. on February -
for made to older
,i M. S. Brown's store on lUth, with the President Mrs. matters were taken up and some It you want to (tnurinnuey'B"worth ;:: Kastmati Kodaks and Photo Supplies.: =:
26th. R. F. Adams of Palatka In the special committees appointed among and spa a Sooth| COLD knock-out, USI'Peek's
,1.: chair and five directors present.By which was a plan to co-operate with Pine'rer. 8y.nl' tr g CHAS. E. ROWTON Palalka Florida.mmMwwmmmMM'=_:
( and a Meyer Is home for a short decision of the board the next the United (states engineers who are .
: of Suits his first trip on the road annual meeting of the Federationwill soon to make a trip up the St. Johns Free Baby Pictures J l-oid's Photo
Suspender company or be held with the Club of Current and Ocklawaha rivers with.a view to tent next Tuesday.
: for whom he travels In --- -- .
Improving navigation.The ---- --
for the Events in Tampa April 4th and fith ----- -
and Florida. He following otlloers! were! elected The Best
I; ; '- ; We have a successful trip and is Sarah An effort I'latt will Decker be made or to other secure nation Mrs. for the ensuing year: President.. |jfn:linn w.: ". '_JIIII'III1II.nIlliJJIIIIJIIIII"/IIIIIL.1IIIIII1CJIIIt'JIJI' :;: '/ !::! : IL._ '(_m.IK

1, V. the work. al represetatlve to address. the con- Dr. A. M.[ Steen; vice-president, H. tc he line lain" of Box ;N ,

Trunks of Saginaw Mich. vention., Mrs. Frances N. Clayton O.mollln Hamm; secretary J.,H.Andrew M.de Mont Bhel Jinll. It's a muscle game biiilUfr Minstrels Under Canvas
; |
directors of the Wilson of Tampa will give an address on and an appetite provoker.
A committee members =
ley. new
"The Weakest Link.
d Suit Is at the Putnam Most people tell us that ourAlloy
was appointed consisting of H. A.
Corcoran to at- A new constitution is deemed necessary .
conies Is
the finest
Davis J, N. Walton and H. K. Mer- th..y'veever I Palatka Afternoon and '
the board of
L Soft and meeting of the com by directors and played on. We take Night
ryday. j
; as usual will probably re Its adoption will be one of the moet their word for it. Ladles play !
The board Is to hold meetIngs
1 regular -
business Items of the
weeks Important
city two or three con free Tuesday afternoons.
: i Elegant vention. The most important social hereafter on the second Friday THURSDAY MARCH 1st.Am 2=
been Sheriff absent R. from L. Kenneily his event will be a reception given by night of each month. Maurice Lamon i .
Shirts, the hostess club on the evening ot ,.
house the past several April 4th. Her Suffering Ended.
7 White for health In Ashe- Mrs. J. T. Longman died at the Box Rail ana =
; ., has returned home. He home of Judge and Mrs. C. I. Row- Ten Pin Alley,
he went after. In fact New Residence on Front St. ton last Mouday morning of Internal
Central Lemon G'I $
Street LLEN'SUnited
Vests. like his old self. Henry Strum as agent for Miss cancer. The funeral was held from t

i Mrs. John B. Wuuliburn. Anna (t. Hurt of Ht. Augustine hits the home at 10 a. m. on Tuesday, beIng -
,:j 3 ,; These are people of Cincinnati 0.. been commissioned to proceed with conducted by Revs. L. R. Lynn -
the city Monday evening the removal of the shack. and J. F.> Bell The Interment was i
J of the negro;
'. their couslu Mrs. which disfigures the corner of Front at Oak Hill canetery.Mra. Minstrel' Shows i
things to They have been In the and Main streets tothe east end ot Longrian had been a great
works past, spending the the lot, and to erect on the site now sulfurer for more than a year but ,
and east const re- occupied by the "shack" a neat two through It all maintained the cheerful
story residence. resignation of the true Christian. Neat clean
and refined.
.M. $ Bet- =
the photographer The new house Is not to be In any She Is survived by her husband and ,
four children, two sons and two
occupies space on the way neat and pretentious attractive but modern will be equipped a very daughters.Mr. Tou... :H..d.dla ter than a circus. Under a mammoth -
lower Lemon street, ra- and Mrs. Longman came here th.
house of some seven rooms. The Bu .tn s World
r his .family'' Capt on Fords board la his a house will be Bided with cvpre.sahlnples from White Springs some six months Th.r.'. M''raUr of wl>]4 .,. .&?. canvas theater seating two
!? and will cost a'jo, and have had appartments at l s.utMLIou.. poon'a In. IhuLu.l.' I Ifloss i
photographer from Madi ; complete about .:, lcr:::: -
Judge l Itowton's home on Third -I Ifc.yn and oirl thousand
who cruises In Florida .1.4110.) from' the oouiitrv, who wan(S make people. Positively the
street. They had formerly resided :
: : winter. The old shack which U being ft auacoM In lire ae auiclta, 1l!r rtml .,-
moved lo the mat end of the lot Is also here and consequently numbered and,.oonnTMrclaf by Ii,.iargeee. mafotugj,5,, largest Minstrel Show in the
Calhonn with his broth. to, be made presentable and will many friends In the city. <.nlT.l..I..rtde.onc.m Tlimi. and.a- *
. W. L. Calhoun, U. be rented to some member of the An .- ---- ---- -- haT <,Ukru GenIs' : Julian Calhoun. and Jo glo-Snxon race. P"P I-on Ift. road lo auio : Let:: I
Jr.cruised down the Hall Mr. Htrunz has been oommlsslonei 1Sh IIOpy in talk or lloier Our O&"I with<", u.you. -writ*tori It
river. to Mos to go ahe id with Improvements HASSE.YBUSINESS -
r with Dr. D. D Beek- at once, and the News has learned
( El on a duck hunt on from authoritative sources that there COLLEGES. Admission
I Crystal Wave last week. will be no opposition ottered' to the A simple remedy. Neglect of B'SWLNOWAV MOMT
gone from Thursday to change Iwrh od.from resident of the neigh- a cold may result In a chronic: :: JCasOMILL5., : : b&A V.: .
r I throat trouble. ow nl7'i ia to. akttaLs! ... _


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