The Palatka news
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 Material Information
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: November 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00047
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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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k __ __ Thanksgiving. Dmnce.. A BIG SUCCESS. KILLED BY TRAIN. t

Tim Palatka Athlflllo Asttiiolntli :' LATE STATE NEWS State Fair Attracting Visitors Men Had Gone to
( will (give t its Inlllnl dance at the on
Armory on '1'hnnksgivingnight, No- From all Over State.Speoiitl Ties Close to Track
t : ? ) vcnthcr 2\ th.. 'l'weutyfivecents will '
; Palatka News
to :
: j Double Breasted ha chnrfor! admission nnd ace for Nov.Nover before i III Jack Weavernnd, WlllarJ Qoodson '
.!k't i 'I tl a.Ha yr dancing, Lad Ins free "RcfiPBlimont.. Duval county Is to have a new the Tampa, the:: South has state were struck by train No. 25 of the
.t will he served. The proceeds of the high school building./ l histoiyof tl S. & F. K'y lit Curiaway station ,
fair beAn held to the
equal r
dance will KO toward the payment of Trinity pariah, St. Augustine, hal State Fair at Tampa, the gates of Tuesday night. Weaver is dead" from t
pnriiphPiiiRlln'" nlrondy contracted for decided to build, now rectory. which will close at the the Inturiex received, and Qaodson,
1 : hv t h" 'Iub Tlukcts will bo on sale though badly.brulled I, It In thoughtwill
ff hour of November 21)1\ h Thanksgiving
I; at (the' Ackennun-BtowaU and' J. H. Rev. J. H. Culpppppr. Is holding Is known "IIrow recover
a I HuiiKliton drug stores and h, A. revival Hireling In Jacksonville. day-which Day" in honor of the worthy as l'roal- Carrawoy Is a ting station and
these had built fire
HARVARD i mon n Intendingto
Hmlth'H.: t .
Ocnt U fnlllnjir heap of satlsfao dent of the Fair Association. Till
the trnln and board It for Pal
'I llO HH8UL lilt loll! wits foillldl for Hat from a building bootn now on in day will be one of the most brllllnn flag
the purpose of alToidlni tho young that city. of the entire period.Rfouday atka.. The t.\llls\ due here at0/ p.
men of tho city a place of wholesome the of the in, bur was very late. It was about i '
-- amassment for spcndlnK their even- If C. Wilson formerly of Hustings, second week of the opening fall found midnight when It appioached I Iruwny Car-
inirs and upon Its governing| board Is building himself a comfol.tablohome In absolute readiness, evel'yexhlhlt and fn waiting for the train It Is ,
( S'r me many of the more substantial at Flkton. visitors from other states declare supposed that Weaver and Uoodson< {'

Here's one of the swellest Suits biinlncss men of the city. The clubroom Kx-Oov. Francis P. Firming( hnbeen that never before have they behold went to slepp. At any rate Uoodson '
IK to lie furnished with testified that he did not hear Its approach -
: will this late elected president of the Florida such nn al'l'ayof products, nor seen .
see WlLson-1I. lie said that he and Weaver
you modem device for physical development Historical Hocioty.,; such remarkable. amusement Attrac-
,, University model The is and the association\ deserve were sitting OIl thetles outside the '.p
stjle tions. The great White City Hippodrome '
the support of all good people who The first car lond of Florida I lettuce -
the features of which alone rails.Weaver
I becoming to almost every figure, ,are interested in young men. to be shipped north this season. for two weeks has Rt- was hurled by the engine
p (wet $20,000 -
'-P ; left Sanford l last Saturday against the mall po..tlnd Qoodnon
the cloth and tailoring me far -- --- : traoted thousands. To many the

1: ? better than the average and, all SaleBy The Clyde Line steamer Iroquolcarried ultra statement that the hippodrome i 10 was train thrown stopped some and time distance.. men brought The .;
Real Estate For 15,0(10( boxes of Florida even better than those seen In Chi-
to Palatka where attended
9 y things considered it is one of the' fruit to New York lust Sunday. cago and New York sounds decidedly by Dr..A. M. Steen they aboutoneo'clock.The were .

"'t most attractive designs we Lave H. M. de Montmollln, Horse thieves have been operating showman overdrAwn. However the ,Fair every makes old 1 injured men were removed to
In Jacksonville during the pant week! the baggage room at the depot and
this declaration. The horse ,
ever seen. f f>Pulutka Florida and have made way with several races Weaver died In about 10 minutes
a In which mole than ]fill thoroughbred \ -
horses. after his removal. Dr. Stcea statedon
harness and running horses lire
-3 Our and the mnheis'BCHLOSSBROHandKIRisOHHAUM
guarantee the that there
mini no
y Vice President Fairbanks visited have also drawn
!! Vacant! a participating
: thanes for him unit his attention
I sola ,urk. the State Fair at and thousands. Never bettor gave
tarKuiiit\ Tampa today was racing
with Uult. We know these
-goes every : f to (!oocJnoii< who will recover.
Cottage good location 4 room., lot MxKtO, will be the guest of the JackHonvlll seen south of Louisville,
,garmontH are superior In Style, Fit and .... I Weavpi's skull! was crushed and he i
.. good driven well,all In good repair, a bargain. Board of Trade at a reception tendered luoiisancls of visitors. from Florida. I
rlnlsh to anything of the kind yon can "' Good 9ntory Collie,lot 100x100, bath, hot andCold him tomorrow. and other states are being cured for was otherwise bndly! Injined.
buy. water, windmill and. tank. ,good wtttei und Royal H. liable, engineer of the
largo lotCottaKQ. Chas. R. ticket In a most acceptable inunnei, nnlltII i
McKnlght, night train, testified that he was prevented
Try one of these University Specials on Kmmnttatrect fl room, lot tools( agent of the Atlantic Count Line at hoped that all readers this paper from seeing the men until It was too
.... this fall and be comfortably and stylish lino tot und location. Sanford, wanted charged with stealIng will take. advantage of the low rates late to stol the train He did not
dressed at ourtcon room house Emmott Street, lot offered by the railroads and Tampa
ly .mall..xpenMe. of the has
i e 1fKxin/ line location. $17 company's money whistle, but the engine hell wan ring-
.J.tI. hotels and attend the fair before tliu
The cost Is moderate11> tot'U--mer) ,,- Vacant lot BnxSMI with mipur) well*between been arrested In Jacksonville.A closing Thanksgiving day. Ing. He states also I hat it was a very q}
.ei.w..a ly a fair price for good mateilnls and E' Kinmuj.1 mrout and river, fine location. boomlet has been started for At-' foggy nl Weaver 'I u
Four hone Street lot 100x100, Ueneral "Bill" Kills of Jack was a man of about
"" \ room corner torney Quincy a C
._ ,-_, good talloiing. Come and look. tttdoH,hint completed. Is Becoming Famous .
poroee ; for Governor, but (will never attain 28 years of ago and leaves a wife and
Two 000limtlme. North 1d lOOxJWH seed
lt building lots greater proportions "Bill's' Miss Elizabeth N. Burr formally ono child. He was coming to Pal-
Hvo atrro farm ono milo from coy, under home county Is agln' him. of Floiahome, this county, and for a atka to woi'k on this auction of tile '
new wire fence; mnull hOOl.OIIOOd poultry U. S. & F. By. He was raised In the
Wanton S. Webb. who 20 veers short time attached to the stnlr of
_a\oral: f7 line! country; bargains, Write or leo ago was proprietor of a car built of the Palatka News, is making! quite a. western paitof this county and was
Fearnside Clothing CompanyPalatka y me for paritculum.i native woods which he called "Florida reputation as an author at Topeka, an industrious mmi. ,d
on Wheels" and which was filled Kansas, where she Is a student lithe Justice'! : Kowton .held( an Inqueston
mm"m""rm"mmr"", ", ", with Florida exhibits, is dead at class of 'OH In Washburn Univer Wednesday HIUI the. jury found a,
that his death,
was duo to being run
== == Providence, K. I. His rolling car sity. The University Review of To-
exposition traveled many thousands peku says of her latest work: over by the train. His body was
Florida. FIRE ; of miles In the United States and "Washburn students and Topeka taken to Providence cemetery near it
of people are becoming much Interested Bannervllle for Interment.
1 == was the means Inducing many
E Insure property ::: settlers to come to the state. In a lltttle bonk just Issued las. Uoodsou is ayoung man of 16 years
your week, called "Washburn liallads." of age and a. son of the late MorilsonQoodson
Mmty ti qtr r lr qtr r qtr tit ; against Fire g; The turpentine operators In the It is of special Interest Washburn < of Putnam Hall and a first
/ Lake City district have oigantzec
%$w : with the cousin of Deputy bhcriit:! Lee Uood-
::: ::: for mutual protectlon,and agreed to students as It concerns college
::: ==i not to exceed 1% cents box mid many little incidents In coll..lCohistory. son.From
n. Tucker Ray per It interests Topeka people, nil accounts the men got
rmiey :
=:! box cutting during the coming
not only on account of local color but drowsy waiting for the train and
Finest Place l lat OXIBALiLy Insurance, =_=: season unless otherwise directed by also In the fact that the bnllndsaie I went to sleep relying on a warning
FOR SALE! B == the association, and also that members whistle by the approach I train to
of the smoothest and most readable
Office Court House, ::
== opposite will advance no to hands
FFLY ALLEY on the Griffin Lot Ladles, money matter local awaken them. The engines!: did not
by u
ever published
piny froo" Tliurailay nlglitn. == Palatka, Florida.F. ==: except in case of actual distress; pay concern. blow a whistle.
: no accounts for hands without written -
LandIn G. RUFFLY UUun:7 ', consent of former employer, and bliss Barr, Is well known to Topeka -
Improved and Unimproved Prop. made Saturday Dec. 8th\ and each and Wash bum people us her' WELAKA.Dr. 4
and stories have been engerly I
second Saturday thereafter a day.
pay read by them for the last two or :
Both City and County. JLI3drLSbS13T7sSs t7 c RpUER1PDEN ---- three years. Her style Is of the most Abshear went down to Palatka

: New River.Steamer pleasing kind-being fitted closely me day last. week to attend to some
: 1 Beginning today a new side-wheel to the occasion and containing a msiness. "I

Fry steamer will ply regularly between right and easy flow of words. Miss The truck gardens around about
Henry Strunz Jacksonville and Crescent City on Harris well acquainted with human here are all In fine condition and In
he Beach & Miller Line. The new nature and her descriptive powers due season will have lots of Vegetables -
Leading Jeweler boat Is the steamer Clayton of the concerning old Mother Nature are .
Palatka Florida Savannah and Beaufort Lino which grand.
ill GPADS has been engaged by Capt. J. W. "Miss Barr has written many Miss Rosa E. Holley went up to
-- Palatka. Miller to run on the opposite days to poems and stories for magazines and Georgetown lust Tuesday. evening to
"" \ ,C/Lf ,,,, the Crescent and thereby furnishinga periodicals and has gained considerable Utend the Begre-Htude wedding,
See the White Knight Sanitary Felt Mattress. v;ffi\o f-/1!/,-:,. daily service between descent prominence among literary folk, which took place Wednesday at lilgh-

_: '. Headquarters! for IIi h-arade City, Palatka and Jacksonville.The but her "Washburn liallads"promises loon She:! returned Friday morning. j
/ -% : new steamer was made necessary to outdo all former contrlbu-
Pure, Clean, Healthy. I l W. Al" Williams returned from. 4
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\\i! 'y I '" by reason of the large orange tlons. -tkii.-il1at'i'-li; : -
\\rivtthosWaltham Pa y ?
tIJ" 5 _f_ 1 ( and
} crop at descent City other "The book was put on sale Satur-
'I ''I"JI; sx-; and joints on the line, a crop that Is noweliifi tiny und the sale was very enconrngnir. I.. J. McLeod went down to pal: t- \

I \9jf ...._.: ;"; c,, Elgin > forwarded an rapidly as It cane '. A copy was secured for the kit for the dny Tuesday and transacted r
\.t> > bundled. state library by the committee who business. f
Hamilton. The new service will allow Crescent has charge of the selection of books Several Pomona citizens were In 'I'
I City and other up river points Out of town readers may secure a town Saturday. I
; Diamonds, and full line to come to Palatka. nave three or copy from Crane & Co., Topeka, 50clostpald. "rprp
tour hours for trading and return ." Tho Whist Club met Thursday
WQTt1 s-S of Jewelry, homo the same day. The service evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 55
j; :; will work greatly to the advantage The Lettuce Outlook.The Greenwood at their home on Elm st. .
17 JEWELS 21 JEWELS -JEWELS and of Palutkaandthe. people of all upriver and! spent a very pleasant evening. ,,
points, who will not fail In apjreclatlon. prospects are good for a profitable Sirs. I... Figley and Dr. W. A.Browser -
i'4 MADE AT THE CRCAT WATCH WORK AT Silverware.All liir season for the Palatka lettuce won the colors for the evening U:
;r;: CANTON OHIO growers. Most of the crops here- The club will meet next week with
Thanksgiving Service.The abouts are In fine condition and' ship. Mr. and Mrs. H, E.! Wail at their I

Methodist Presbyterian. and) meats are being made this we"k'i onio on Oak st
,. Watch Repairing of Palatka will Chas. Williams and Clarence '
CAPT. M. R. RYAN. HOUSE. FURNISHER L .J unite Baptist in a churches Thanksgiving day serviceat nerly were the first to make ship- Miss\ Madge Smith. of Vermont Is 'j

Guaranteed. the Presbyterian church. The nents. Among the lending growers tailing l\lrs.1 (U. Cochrane. ,

PALATKA FLORIDA service will be held at 7:1)0: p. m. and here are W. A. Walton, C. H. Ken- L. J. McLeod bas sent In his reslK'1'

-- - - -- -- -- - 3 dIr44 4F43IT2TfiljZvivSTF43t4R4F4g3TF lr14 the sermon will be by Rev. J. F. nerly;Jas. H. Fry, Peter Uardner nation as Justice of tho Pence for
__ Bell. Special! muslu will be renderedby Chits. Williams and Mr Johnson. this district much to the regret of .t
{..WNNNNNNNnBRACELET nO the union choir, with a solo by bloat of these also have promising those living here, as it will leave us sj
Miss Farmer. The thank ottering crops of celery. without a county olllcer. )
C\J7"; P r? <1 .:.... i i1\
C\ ....J'oeJ : will be pro rated among the three ,
:: P Postell has sold his business
: ':':;: ;:"'- ';TA. ;:.s'- churches, and will likely be used for I Bad Boy in Toils. A. a
to W. M. Williams and moved ,
I 5. t: 1'i/ this the; ;benefit service.of orphans Remember Harlle Hancock a 17-year old white much to the regret boy of the Francis section was before friends However, we wish Mr.

Work Begins on Standpipe.Work Judge 1 tow ton on Tuesday charged Vllliums success. In Ills new onteririse. t I
r .t- with the robbery of J. H, Ulcken- 5' 1

: ..350 / on Palatka s new municipal ooper's store at Frauds.. It Is charg- News of the death of Capt. Swift, r
designsin water plant Is now progressing rapidly. -
of latest )
A line JI ed that he has been entering this
new and 'N." During the present week work store nights for some time back and which occurred at Charleston! !S. C.,
I was begun on the erection of the lately, was a great shock to his
Plain Jeweled Polished, 400 stand pipe. Out at the reservoir the that; .he secured both money and friends here. Cupt. I Swift: was liked .,
other ,. P outractors have everything under oods by all and the friends of the family.
The boy was arrested at Hamptonby extend to Mrs. Swift! their sincere :
Gold. 6tyl. 5 control and the work Is proceeding
Colored sherlll at that
Roman and the deputy place
:; >r ',3'00 It IJI I favorably and rapidly as so also Is who notified Sheriff Howell who sympathy. p

in the work laying the mains. went after him. Justice Kowton Changes are being shipped from ; .
Also Fancy Necklaces The Lemon street main was com held the boy to the circuit court in this neighborhood now and quite a '",
i" pleted last week and work Is now the sum of $250, and his father and number of people will soon have the
=5 styles that are the work of ? being> pushed out Orange street and brother went on his bond Wednesday pleasure of tasting some of the finest 1
Fourth street. With everything pro- oranges and grape fruit raised any :,
K resslng favorably In all branches of where In Florida.
artists. Call and inspect. $ ml the; work and with no unforseen delays t
: to Interrupt It Is likely that the A BOON TO VISITORS. Misses\ Rosa and Nettle Holley and ;

plant will be completed and readyfor Dr W. A Hrewster visited friendsat

c the final tests and acceptance In Tampa's Palatial CaravanserieOpen Frultland last :Sunday i

SMITH, The Jeweler, S i w Qs i a very few weeks._ During The Fair.A church The Ladies is going Guild to give of the a Episeopat'r, d

Eatbot.et Palatka, Fla. An enthusiastic French physician spend In one summer <'21>,000 In renovating i

l rr' while dying, made careful observations their house, proves what the'ampa PAIN::!
of his condition, detailing ale Hotel management claim,
BOOTS 1 symptoms to his son and attending that: their palatial caravansetle at Rheumatism, lumbago and sclutlanins
CASTILIAN >hy.lclitn In order tbat tbey might Tampa Bay Is now in better shape yield to the penetrating Influence ;,
$ than It has ever been since the days of llallaid a Know Liniment
make a record! of them. At the very 01 Henry B. Plant, who built It.'his It penetrates to the nerves and bone ;
end, when be was on the point of pass- paper Is informed by Manager I aDd being absorbed Into the blood. Its
log away he surprised the friend atbls Lauber that the hotel will be opento healing properties are conveyed to
We have just placed In stock a complete -I Cabbage and Lettuce THE last word of fashion in women's bedside by laying, "You sea I am : the throngs attending Florida's every part of the bo ly and ruot some

line ofCrockery footwear is the new Queen Quality I dying." \great fair at the reduced rate of wonderfully cures. Sao, COo and $1 00. '
,a.00) per day and up, which will Hold< by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co.
Plants For Sale! "Castilian Boot." Its distinctive features are n.I.... 0... make It by all odds the very best

short vamp and forepart, a high Cuban The Father-So you think you can place to stop timing the fair. Modern Progress In New York.

and the lot embrace some of the Cabbage plants, $2.00 per 100.: 1I a heel and a high arched: shank and instep. support quite sure my I daughter can, sir If The you Suitor will-help I'm and Kooms should and be board engaged may be at engaKed-once' -by Office building 2(1( stories high conialnlng -

prettiest pieces ever shown Lettuce plants, 11.00 J.pet 1000. beautiful communicating with Mr. Lauber, a thousand otllces. Many
In Palatka. Would. liketo and Celery in aeoaou. handsome : : I"I"These ua out.- The Father-I'll help you out either i by wire or mall and If you are painted with L. M.
show. them to you. Beets cash with plants order. b ,graceful: lines of the foot,and give it the .all right, all right! Whereupon the fortunate enough to secure entertain- Hotels covering a city block containing s
Prices reasonable. Terms full size smaller. Not ultor dashed madly down the front ment within the luxurious surroundIngs 1,400( rooms; subway travel
Then wo Plauts packed in mS8.Montrose appearance: of being a tops with the father a close second in of the hotel, your stay at Tampa 4 6 miles an hour.

haveFurniture ffl is their style inimitable,but the "Queen the rac .-Cleveland Plain Dealer. will be full of an enjoyment you cannot .- This Is modern progress.

and House Farm u Quality" trademark is a, positive guaranteeof I. otherwise!! hope to experience. L. tit M. Paint is modern progres,
A MI.<.U.. alnt. t
Furnishing Goods quality. And never did this signify sob The chairman told me at the meeting CONSTIPATION. Buy oil fresh from the barrel an I

lit Florida. shoes being cheapened Health Is absolutely Impossible, If add It to J.. &; M. Paint which
prices remarkably low. Call and Palatka, \ much: as now, when are that t was out of order. eml-mlxed.

Inspect them. io-9-tr ? on all sides to offset the advancing: ( ""Well wasn't ha right?" ooatlpatlon of.liver be present.and kidney Many complaint serious Four gallons L. A M. mixed with Brations
"No I saw a doctor on the way cases Linseed Oil, at CO cents a gallon -
g. S. MOONEY. leather and other shoe materials. lave from neglected conatlpaloo. -
of sprung
Notice. home and be told me that I was never Such a dop'orable condition Isanooesnary makes actual cost of paint less

r.aSlvu.l by the I Baird ofCuuaty 6 HERBERT CROOK soLEp 4 lt.rido In better slmp! ..!In;_my:. life." There Is a cure for It, him $1.20 per gallon. ,
be t
Ends will : il ilcoat If the slfghteiit defect exists In the
n. :: reguhirnioetnie I
Grace Rowley, :: umnndlon.re, :: et their next lorblne will speedily remedy matter..
oCo".IUrGlh.I,,'",for milling h r. & H.[ Paint time has been used on
0" 1> tilt. now All Confederate Veterans Degpudants O. A. tlads y. P. M Bronson, Fla I'
Pianoforte Teacher and Accompanist,. stun gCalais:: the\ eppriiiiehoa\ moo tlreok' : of Veterans desiring Cross- writes, Fob It, 190J.: "Having used any house It will ba repainted for
(Coaching Bonus.: I ,, ill." "t the clerk's. ... mitre r A" of Honor will please. apply to li>rbln 1 find It a line medicine for othlnu(;.
Superior Instruction at l'upll'lResldenoe. "f.O"III.,1..0. ..the right' Jo ,'any or "N' """'V6ar.t_ 3P'V Mrs. Patton Anderson Palatkn, Fin, onatlpatlon" Boo a bottle. Bold b!; (Sold by Kenncrly 'Hardware Cf
all: WU.:: Clerk Hoard ooua.5 Oom.PaI"lk" p. '\ without delay- U-i3-4t!: Aekarmaa-Stewitrt Drug Co Palatka, Fla. &j : '

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THE PALATKA NEWS We used to say that It was pretty THE HOTELflEAUTIFUL. .. D'. Braxd.It .

good politics and religion too to was a child who persuaded Abraham -

Entered at the Palatka. postofflcea stand by our friends But since the Visitors to Fair Received vt Lincoln to wear a beard. Up to The Cleanest ,

matlable matter of the venom contemptible conduct of his excellency Tampa's Unrivaled( Hostelry the time he was nominated for president .

n class.Pjbllshed. the governor.-well,-we've At Reduced Rates."A he had always been smooth shaven "% Chew Made!

k : at Palatka, Pla., on quit talking.-The Floridian, word to the wise U. sufficient," A little girl living In Ohautauqna

____ A Friday by and those who learn that the special county, N. Y., who greatly admired

:" _______ RUSSELL VICKERS. -- - rate of $3.00 pat day "und up will prevail him nlade-up her mind that he would

A DeSoto county vigilance com- at the beautiful Tnmpa Bay Hotel look better It he wore wulukers and

: _ W.. A. RUSSELL. Eilllor mtttee last week. Instead of lynching| during tile-Florida. State:! Fair, with youthful directness wrote aud told 1 1L

-- ----- -------------.--- a fiend, had performed( on him a sur will not be slow In telegraph or him so He answered her by return If you could see howSCHNAPPS

DANGERS OF SOCIALISM.T glcal operation after which they rooms writing and to Manager board. Laubor to secure mull: H ia made ,
Hprlnvneltl 111. Oct. U, 1800MH ,
,, i made him drive himself back to Jail, ThU really palatial' lioiiao of enteitnlmnont '- ,
T _ has been some discussion( | Gr&G llodull' : I and sniff the delightfully]
and after receivitig med feel attentionhe Is now prepared to ncooino- My Dear Little Miss-Your very asr..- '

among the people' of this county was attain placed In Jail to be date any number of patrons' lii a way able letter of tile ICth la rac lved. I regret V appetizing aroma of 4''uj'

_ during the past week concerning the never before realized. DurIng the the neceMlty oC .lI8hllr 1 have no
tried legally" for his ollence, and as summer Its Already luxurious Interior dauBhtar. I hava II''... sun*-ona aevan- the thoroughly
vote given to one or two of the so- teen one nine and ono coven of
the evidence against him la strong has hoenhanced In comrol.tRnd years
.. E clalist candidates on the state ticket If..... Thav, with their mother, consti.tute cured,Well ma ji'
the ,
: splendor by ndltur of a
he will no doubt be hung. This may nxp .
whola family. Am to the whlHkara
r Certain alarmists who have arRiiei large sum of money-$26,000: It U which lt ia
tured tobacco of
l prove the most effective lesson yet never having worn any: do you not M H
; about "the of socialism" said-while the table service and think would '
dangers remind people call It a plooa of lllyaffeotatlon
,._ taught brutes and If more vigilance cooking would dis- j cover the reasora -
, I one of that scripture that tells !\ are unsurpassed nnvwhcreIn If 1 were to benln It nowfYour made, you
4 .. committees are formed and the the South.:! The Fair will be the very sincere watlwluhar.A. .
\. of the fellow who "fleetli when for the big difference between SCHNAPPS
no brutes handled aa was this wretch I it greatest' and in out extensive. ever! LINCOLN. j

'r i, man yursuoth." may have a wholesome effect. That the ponlnsnlu but to muk Evidently on second thought be daclclifil and its imitators. .

tl As a matter of fact BO per cent of Its enjoyment perfect one mustioeci'sumaiIly to follow her ad"',ee. On his I factories
all such scoundrels need to have sojourn at thin. hotel, SCHNAPPS is cleanl The Reynolds
, the socialist vote In Florida the to Washington his train
way stoppedat
on '
denuei'ata where. .
detail .
swift and punishment every go. to make clean the cleanest kitchen the tobacco
; 6th of this month wall oast b? democrats life. pleasant will be tnoBt RcrnpuloiisIv the town where she lived. He asked are as as -

,)'r i : who were unfamiliar with tho meted out to them t here Is no doubt, looked after. -- If she were In the crowd gatheredat in manufacture is scarcely touched by human

: _ names of their own party candidates Tallahassee True Democrat. the station to meet him. Of course hands-with special machinery to cleanse the leaf W
( FLORAHOME ITEMS. was, and willing hands forced a
and who didn't know who they were and clean tobacco '
" The United States special attorneywho way for her through the muss of peo. produce chewing

voting for. Eight per cent was probably has been sent to Florida to pros Mr. King of Rodman has been In pie. When she reached the car Mr. When such scrupulous care is taken with the choicest 4i

j"I cut by republicans who having town' several day looking after Mr. Lincoln stepped from the train, kissed
I the to bo from America's finest chewing tobacco
ecute peonage cases seems selections of tobacco
, no ticket of their own, embraced th Ciimmlngs' Interests.A her and showed her that he bad taken "

opportunity to make a bluff of opposition ono of those "Bhysters" who prefers free Antel'lalnment t was given at her llh'lc8.-St. Nlchohis.. districts, can you wonder that SCHNAPPS is so

to t try, Ills cases In the newspapers, the school house and wholesome-so "
to the democratic candidates Tuesday night, conalHtlng satisfying, so pure, so appetizing
& The remaining. two cent and who reverses that principle of of phonograph music and TI.. A..b.' ll.eh.e.h. be ? '
per were different from chews that pretend to as good 'k
vvhlcji speeches and of hand .
socialists. the law : regards every man sleight performance "Intoxication from eating a dish of
_ by Mr. L. Davis, which liver Expert tests that this superior tobacco requires
_ w There charged with a crime aa innocent was once my portion, said an prove '
are comparatively few so- was well received by the audienceMr.
until he Is proven guilty The attorney 'orientalist. "It happened In the Saha and takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other .

_ i clalista In Florida and none of then In to Charles has. rented lois. house ra. I was spending the winter at El and
question prefers regardall kind and has stimulating satisfying
a wholesome
are dangerous. Those whom we to E. II. Holoomb. Kantara In
________ February I made a caravan -
until their
I :' have met have been among the mild as guilty they prove Mrs. W. J. Small writes Interestingly trip over the desert along the effect on chewers.
Innocence. He into the state
I Ii'% eat, best natured men we have ever comes from her new home In Port (front caravan route that runs from Be sure the letters on the tag and under the tag spell '
_ known. If certain reforms are a prejudiced, narrow-no man Townsend Washington. She says BUkra to Timbuktu. The third day 7 is under the 2'
.A'n The Company
tilled with this she feels 7 brought about the number will venom against sec as though in a foreign city out we reached an oasis of date palms.

grow tion. If this were not so he would aa. there are vessels In the harbor We sot coffee at the baked mud cafe. direction of the same men who have managed it since
_ t,' less In this connection than greater.may be noted not have given out advance Interviews Japanese From many and nations.Chinese There there,are and many the We dined on red flub and gazelle 1875, and who have made the chewing tobacco business -

of what he proposed to do to children of these nationalities steak-, and for an entree was served .
an Incident that occurred go a life-study. .
during a *. ,
end to servitudeIn about In native costume. this Infernal liver. It was liver powdered
t( E('. Cooper Union lecture course some put an Involuntary with kilt Klff is bashee b. It is There are plenty of plugs that look like Schnapps,with
Florida but would have lust
:,:' time ago In New York city. It was found out beyond, question that such LETTER TO REV. J. F.. BEUU made of hemp and it makes ;you out the same satisfying chewing qualities.

_ claimed that the audiences judging Palatka, Florida. drunk. The Arabs mix It with their .,'. '
Involuntary servitude existed. -.. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
f, by the applause were socialistic. Bon Rev. Sir: We should like to ask tobacco and they bread liver with It, .

'0 vote was taken. In one audience your advice on certain thing done: and they drop It In coffee. Thus they ', WastM-Saton, M. C.

of 1,200 people there were less than Like Old Wine. was It right or wrong? We shall eat drink and smoke their klff. I ate

have to state It, Including the names. their kilt and imagined my arm to bea
I" S twenty socialists. The Ocala Banner of last week I) F Dreicorn Is .a painter In Holyoke mile long. I thought my foot as big -- --

Then this question was put to the contains the follow log concerningthe Mass. John J Donohue Is an as a mountain. My voice when I -

tl audience: "Those who believe the age of that excellent Journal : architect, Springfield near-by spoke, sounded In my ears like the AN UKIUNANCK.{ ) :

., t' time has come for the community to The Ocala Banner Is the oldest Donohue was building, .at Ilolyoke, roar of n thousand thunders.. In a G.S.&F. RRILWRY%
the Institute.
Holy Family letting
In Ooala. It has To provide for the auditing! of the accounts
: assert a larger control over public landmark survived the work by bids as usual. Drei word I was klff drunk and It was
Chief of Police of the.
of the
x enterprises such the rail every other business Institution. two days before I was fit to resume to
as trusts 'I'here Is not a mercantile eatabllsh-. corn got the paint job; the paint was Olty of Palatka forfeedingeity! Prison- The Best Route
'; roads and to be lead-and-oll. my journey across the gold colored
.' public utilities please
ment in Ucula today that was here era and to provide for their dlscharga.;
But Dreicorn said to himself sands
k rise. when the Ocala Banner was first es "lead-aiul-oll Isn't half so good as Be It Ordained by the !Mayor and City' Macon. Atlanta, Columbus,

: : The entire audience arose. There tablished. There I la not a lawyer at Devoe and It costs more Term Bmplnlnctl. Council of the City of Palntka, Florida.

; t ;': the bar; a preacher In the pulpit or a money SUCTION 1.-That hereafter the Judgeof Americus.
are no "dangerous classes" In such what shall I do? He painted De "'hlch Is the starboard aide of a Birrciingliam.
man in business of any sort here today after the work done the Municipal 'ourt of the City of
an audience voe; and was ship
typical Intelligent
who was here then. Every Palatka shall audit the amounts of the
told Donohue saying: "If that Isn'tbetter ""'h don't know? Tha t.. the V ldosta.
lit public gathering. "The people will i church edifice; every store building; than lead-and-oll Job I'll ), you Chief of Polloe for feeding City prisoners .

: wobble right." I every hotel; the court house and Jail;; make It BO."any side where the star. boarder has his and no bill or claim of the Chief of Polloe

{ The people are discovering the I the market. house and city hall! and Was Dreicorn right or wrong in room." of said city for feeding! prisoners, shall Montgomery and. northern PointsTwo

with one or two exceptions, every lead-and-oll Devoe? "Then why ,do they call the other be paid until same shall have been audited
painting a job Daily
Trains North Hound.
wrongs government and they are private dwelling in the city have You ask how It turned-out. This stile tho port side" and approved by the Municipal l
1# finding that they themselves are been built since the Ocala Banner Judge of the Municipal Court of tho
"Bpcniiw (lint's whore the
.:. S established. It Is was six years ago. Now Donohue porter Leave Palatka. No. 2. S0:!! iv nH:; No. 10. 5:40: p 111.
I largely to blame tot these was warp and City of Palatka Florida.
wrongs. has another addition Cleveland !Vlnln lOonIer
job there a big sloops. Arrive 1'iiliilkn, Southbound: No. 1, 10K'() ( p in.
'(. woof-part and parcel of the historyof SECTION :3. That who has
., They find that they have neglected to the Catholic Hospital; and he no person t. No. 9,10:30: n m.
their Ocala.) It was here when barges: doesn't ask bids for the painting but .... flmn.. or may hereafter be committed to the

rights. They have conferred and not steamers plyed the Ockla- says to Drelcorn : "00 ahead Drei Did the architect carry out yonI'plan.T' city jail of Palatka by order of the Municipal
i special privileges. They have walia river before even a hack lineor Judge of the Court of
permitted ; Municipal
me'as HcheclulpM
corn and give good a job as given above are subject to change without notion find the
_ aggressions It Is largely any other public mode of travelwas you did on the Institute. That's. the "Quess lie must have. I haven't been the city of Pulntka, shall be. released time of arrival and depnrture of trains. Is not Kuarantued
C established between Ocala and from prison until his sentence shall have
0/' their own fault and that of designIng andedates best paint job 1 ever saw. able to find any of them about the Through Pullman from Tlfton to Atlanta Nnshvllle
other points. It everyother The question' Is "Was Dreicorn expired or fine shall have been aid, as cars ChattanooKa ,
political demagogues who have live concern. It witnessed the right: In painting Devoe when he had house." -Cleveland Leader-: the case may be. except upon f n orderof St. Louis and Chicago all-tbe-vear-round, legant t sleeping cars bctwoenValdOHtn ,

I St, led them and would still lead. The growth and destruction of the orange agreed to paint lead-and-oll?" A puny child' ),'always an -mxlatv to Iba par- the \Municipal Judge of said Court, and Macon. Also Pnlliuan slpcpliiK! cars ValdostH to Atlautit

i!',: people are beginning to see this. industry and has wept at the bier of That Isn't quite all. Lrad-an t : more dead rivals than It can now re IItUo I one Hlioutd' be wORk wni. >n U I In HO well full. docket or minutes of said Court.
t; They want to correct their past mis- Is expected to laafc three year If But the fact I. that It do.! ,. not matter bow Valdosta' ard JackHonvllle.
count. It; Is to Ocala what the pyramids Dreicorn had used lead-and-oll there much food the child 'tnken i If the Htomach, SECTION 3.-That all Ordinances or
_ takes and will be careful not to make are to Egypt Like the obelisks would have been another job for himor not extract' the nourishment fromh. No benenl part. of Ordluances that conflict with Information as to rates routes, I Rchodulcs. sleeping car resHrvallnna.

more. along the ancient Nile it stands three can be derived from just eRtliiK. Thut !I. theconultujon this Ordinance, be aud are h roby re- etc. will bo !gladly furnished upon application to
years ago. ,
f"F or many a Hlckly child. 1'h. atom
It was In the exercise of this caution alone of all Ooala'a early institutions Was he right In losing that job for ado and orKnnH of dlRBHtlon' and nutrition are realod. O. \VILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent Palatkn.
but like those famous. monuments ilnmelf three lot doing their work and the body U reallytnrvliiir. Passed In thin Ttli
that the voters of Florida defeated It stands' erect because it is or somebody-clue years It ,IM 'llttlt tiiui In ulvt tluh fanriM. llkn open S. F. Ptmoitov'rviOe' I'res. CHAR. B. KHODKH Uen. l Passeiirer| Agt
:;': the graft Inviting drainage the affections airo" ? ;nd i liver oil 'umulHlotiN i llii, riiichc.b, l ,- day of November, A. 1) IIKMI.) (
rooted in of the
firmly Macon Oa.
The Institute took 200) gallons De cause theta SINO have to be dlKaiftod RtrenKtbIn '
;II amendment. They saw in It greater people and today la as bright as the voe and cost 41,000; the paint has what the. Mtomach. needa, Dr.: Plerce'a, Golden; HOWELL A. DAVIS,

opportunities for otrlclal tItan silver dollar whose restoration to It.rlll'htrul six when Donohue Medical Discovery' Htiengtbentf: the atomacb, Attest: President City t'ounoll
'" plunder worn years says nourHhett the ner\en and intro...., mite action
: place alongside of gold It be. 'It's the best paint, job he ever saw." or ii,. blood-maklnK' gland In aunorlnr toevery .4l. =i SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
tbey were willing to entrust to mere : clI J. N. BLtOK WELL,.
; : : : :
will revival business ,
lieves to
bring a : ,
other for
nrepurutton 5 ime, on
If[ he had used lead-and-oil It N.
| ,
self-accused honest men industries and prosperity of the Account, of It. boily-bulldlnK quail II..., and alto [Seal] City Clark. |-'ihu following Htlieilultt IlKtiruti are ,piilillrihud, only a. Information and are not i'" .irantoed.
; have cost about $:22OO:! ) for the two hecatiHO 'It ,la plooMant" to tbe taitto and contains --
Had the vote gone the other way nation paint jobs (six and three years ago) no alcohol.' 'I'he Urtueri. or lunG,. medicinal' Approved Nov. 8th, 19011.
there would have been cause for Not only is the Banner the history and be hungry: for paint again. root are extracted and their valno enhanced 3 Vcnitbul0 T lua. Etist. No JM I No no II. North And West. I No I.L" I.
", i of Ocala but it Is a part of the historyof hy the UBO of triple-Kilned' Hlyoerlna. wblch. ofItaolf A. USINA. Mayor.' -
of business and --
alarm at the dangers of socialism. the county. It is Identified with Dreloorn lost $1200 IB a mom valuable nutritive, and iiromo. J""k.no.UI. .:. lie a)' 9uuIi 7iiiiP L" J.c""n"I1.. 1'111,11 1Ir: i 7 4tnuLy (
took the risk of making Donohue tor or dlueittlon. tend I to Dr. K. V, Vlerca, ; Ar Macon (ha. __.11 a ittuu
AN r"v..n..h. Go II. ity I op I' 12 Its <> Itr: i ,.....
socialist-the one to fear- Ocala In every nerve and fiber. mud/ and Innlnir his hnnliipMa. forever: llultalo, 1...Y., for free booklet A.O..lumbl.,,, ... SoltveM, ,. Ot 4)05) Atianta. .ii. ...., do HI' I So 21111 .. "
; la the one who cries "wolf' when the all to" save-the'Holy Family, Institute Ar Charitte.' ... ". Ho Ny III 00"", 8 "na Ar Item,, O. SO Itr: J S "
Order For Publication. To Provide for the Levy of City Taxes .r. Ge..b"ro 11<. It, 1)Iota. If M,. A.O4att.u.oogs..No, I S 4.iaAr ..
t; people are trying; to hold or get back The Liquor Traffic. $12iK beside the fuss. of a paint job. for the year 1'KXI' : Llauvtlie. ..... /10/ ItS 0Oii' [ a Itt, Ar Lcxlntun. r.I" (J :Ill: I n:: )

'I( their own. And they are vastly Was Drelrorn right or wrong as a In, tho Circuit burt, Kliihth .Tudlclnl Cllrcult -, fllilmond' .. ... Ar Olnulnuatl I: 0 C I ..
Be Ordained
It the
Council of
First and foremost. as always Ia painter; and which would you paint Putiuini,, Uouuty l>>'lorlclii'-In Ohnii- by City ; .8U'J 4 t1!.. ....!iij ArChlcaIl'O-u' ; ..:.. I rtii&'
'1. more dangerous than the mild-man the fact that the sale of liquor results pour church, lead-and-otl or Devoe cery.J. the City; of Pal atka. Florida. ArLyiu.lhura. .... (: g: ArTolmia .... ....

I< nered specimens of so-called socialists detrimentally to the community. Individually Yours truly L PbllllpH, Ooiuplulnnnt, *) Bin fur I That for the purpose of securing an Ar Ar Oluariotuoviilo.W"ahll'Mtoo' ,' I .50 Ito. Ity'Yi 8.I'J"lugul' / ) I000nlt.: .. .. .. "...... J..a ::_ .... ,

t- who voted for the candidatesof and collectively. 20( F W DEVOE A CO Florenoe Pbllllpn v*. ..'.indnnt. J JMvorco.Tt equal and uniform rate of taxation and Ar ltaltluor, ,. .. ..I' 1t1111i I 'an' I I I 11 'I'i Ar0le.lanu1..... I S e..
A few men are prospered financially to pay the appropriations for the current ...i'hllaielpiia. ..: I' Nitj i (lIp. I 8f... Lv icsuivuiii. :;;:..... :vito. ,. 41t1.. ....
that party on the 6th inst. nppeiirlni: :bv nnuinvlt nppunclml totliobill : expenses of the city, and for paying the .w. York .KijIPl- lIOa Lo"lnme 80 '-I--IAr ''lOp
A Notable )
licensed sale of but =
by the liquor Gathering. filed I In t lie ilLus Htnted caimu tlmt = -- -
expenses of the Fire and Water Depart.flients --- ........ Loole ........On ..J..aTiiroatult
tloionen Phi III I ipe, the Oeremlmit LlIO..11In".I.
1 i* c ; The Broward senatorial boom died the vast majority are made poorer by There will be a gathering of Sun. U a lum-reHlitout. uf the Htnte, 01I"lorhln.nn" there hall be levied upon\ the "Ths LR"d of lute Sky: ,' II NaIL Ar lIIeml"l/h./ Alue..t.' 1t 1*III",
I ", In it and thousands are subjected by it day School superintendents tbat Hhtt. IH II rettldeiit of Pem.. Kc,>Bl and Personal. la Bud _ _ _ _ _ _ A.I"'I'! ', '''. '('olin i'rlaaol' 8 'Ci' ,. '
the bornln. to extreme hardship and misery. pastors h..k..11I I, the I Htnti, ..of Oeoriflu, .nntl' 1 .hllt, sit. Property city L. J'ku"vlllln.FIII, ""n. Ifo ity 7l'. ._ .. .... t'ItY.Mu..lrrisooI950Lv ,
and teachers In the city of Jacksonville [ tilt oftwentv-oni. ,nod that. a Tax of :at) Mills upon, the Dollar distributed lI"v..n".h. ( ...... ..
Hover nxe euii' 0" .
There is not a single sound argument ; > 110 IIy II n. rv MemphIs................. e dllp
The DeLand Mercury must have moral or material that can be December, on the occasion there IM no peraoll In the Htiito: of lorltlii I wouidluiOl :I aa follow : Ar 00"10', ',". N 0.". ....do Ity S .ma,. A. Hot Springs' Ar....".. ... V :But
of the Htate Sunday School Conven- upon) wlioui I tile aervlee of Hubuiena, U..el'alReven..e Klovou ArA.h.vlll..NC ...... ItOIl 'It'll"' --
worked itself out of At least advanced in favor. of the sale of Fund ((11))
l a Job. such I llefeiulnntl I tt IM therefore ordered Ar K000vIube' Teat So RY )II)
: tion. Mr. J. H. McLnurln of Jacksonville Lbnt. auld. non-reHtil, efeiitlnnt' ., .he .nntl. MheIN Mills. Ar LolilevItlu:: ...... so Ky. : Outo: !I.... la-"Tbo "lo.lda Llmltd." .luliiy IoiiI'
f we haven't seen a copy since the defeat liquor.Many citizens vote "yes" Is In charge of the local ar- I hereby; required,. \ to nppeiir' to the BUI of Fire and Water Fuuil, Four ((4)') Mills. "r HI 1.n"I. ,...Ho thy U tip vestibule. train. through day. Ooachiee .11.1 Puul.Sr .

: :. of the reenage." after good on the assumption year that rangements. Write to him for particulars Uoniplnlnt. ,I In mild. cause on or IwforeMONDAY Sinking Fund, Five ((5) Mills. OlnolnneliOhilo.... ...Q" c II lOa mao.loepln.cerIJ..luom.lllo. 10 CluiCllltIIl.Blrmlnibaun ,
year the 7th DAY of JANUARY
the sale of liquor cannot be stoppedby Among the speakers will Passed opun Council, this 7th day' Jlf.mpb.. end. Kamal. ciuy.Nt ,
\ The Speakershlp of the coming a "no" vote and that It la betterto be Dr. H. M. Hamill the great Sunday A.,""I'.1 r.rr. be"otbervtlHe taken: ; ':ua the uonfeKHed.nlletcntlona by fiiiltl,:of I.J\\::. of November A. D. I'.HJt' ). i I'oilln..n", 9O-"W..hlnx.nn l'rawlng.lkoon.. .anI Fla. I.Imll"d.car, DaIly: D'olnl/' Car
Sl..plull .1.410500.
et (: House of Representatives now seems have the business "regulated"under School: specialist of the M. 12. fc,1Iutttt.' IIOWELL A. DAVIS i iI Ohio to New York _______
Church !South. Also Mr. Marion .
It In further ordered that thin Order bepuhllHluNl No. 'lii -110. York. Clot Flol'I\
4 *.. to be Just waiting on the acceptance the license. Linwrance International General cute a week for A conMeuutlve Attest: President City Council/ I l'uiIinan ,, \ Eapreve"ially ,
lrawing Root u4l'epl 43cr ExaelJ.nt Sci'vkuz on
,, ; Car : :
I Dining :
others vote "yes" because of 'k. In the Puliitkn. Howe, .. .
Maity d
ii. a IICW." tuotwecO" Port ,
of : Tauutpe, .iucksouvlibo
Hon.- S. Matthews Bradford
ijW the money the sale of license brings; (Secretary:! and Mr. W. C. Pearce of published' tit, Hiild tlountv nnd Htate.WltneHrt ;J N. BLACKWELL Yorl. 5,1,1 New

1" connty. Into the ChIcago, Teacher Training! Superin- my hand unit otlloliil,. Henl this, [Seal] City Cleik No.: :In-Duny I'unmao brewlii Room "n,1, all 'l'hrutl/h/ 'J'rILl...
city treasury.
tendent for the International Association the lnh: duty. of Not'ember" IMW.B "' Bilem Sleepliugeor between Jackeonyllie. and.
Neither of these reasons Justifies The Is a Btrong ; ;;:z TZ;: JOBEPH Approved November ttth, 19UO. b' Loutie.JAS. .
{. The fate- of that drainage amendment the infliction the community of : program very B PRICE: .
upon -- -
... A. USINA !< -- ----------
School In Mayor.
one. Every Sunday:! the ',1-, -' Clerk Circuit Court. __ __ _
really gives an unbiased, unprejudiced the evils of the rum tralllo. state may send delegates. The pas- lIy K. RAyMoND. Pairs, Deputy tllerk. APPLICATioN FAREMAN. Dlst l'as80llger Agent, lOll W. Bay street RcksonvJlle, his.P3 .
observer a "renewal of There has never been any honest tor and .superintendents are delegates M. I. COXK, NOTICE_ _. FOE
'' attemp tt regulate the liquor radio Mollultor for Ooniplnlimut.. lax Peed unuer Bttmion a or Chapter: :
, 1\ i- confidence" In the good sense of the under license.A ex-olllclo. "'4H88 Laws of Florida.. U. Lov.R BAiley, S. WALTKII HIM.IAHD. .

,' masses of the people of Florlda.I .- computation of the extra burdenof Notice ia herebv given that D I'rualdune., H icy,and Tree

I The Floridian. expense entailed upon the city by Dimtatorma That Bury Forvat. Women Well Men Are Bohannon, purchaser of tux certificate g CHURCH SERVICES.

-- -- the rum trainee through the police Travelers In Tibet describe the wonderful as as Made No. ill>4.., dated the 4th day of July F, F: The G. Loper Bailey Co

JI ,, p. The Manltee River Journal of and pauper department show that storms of. dust that occur In Miserable by Kidney and A. D ,lUOfi) baa filed said certificate myoffloe Errcrrrraafia3aanKS.cr.cr.cccnBT.

the city pays out more than It recelvea Kasbgarla, near. the foot of the Kuen- and has made applcatlon for tax MONICA'S CIIUROH. Rev P. Barry Fire Insurance:
Bratdentown has Issued special illustrated account of It. : deed to Issue In accordance with law. rector
on Ltm mountains. The dust In the air la Bladder Trouble. -Sunday : Holy Communion at

e ; edition giving views of Add to what the city pays In extra sometime. BO dense tbat complete darkness Said certificate embraces the following 7 a. m., Moss at 10 a m Sunday Bohool and :Foreign

Bralilentowu, and surrounding coun police and pauper appropriations the prevails. Occasionally ruin falls Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, described property situated In Putnam at 3 p. in. Rosary and Benediction at II Leading American
t by the churchesand discourages and leasen.ambltion beauty county Florida to wit: 7
amount expended ; aa)
: m. Third
Sunday of
The edition la bound to month
help such but the
during raindrops
try. a storm
; 1 .. charitable Institutions and by ..-' I vigor and cheerful- Ae to nl of nwj section 15, township Mass at 0 a", m Instead of 10) Companies
t r that fertile section of Florida, and Individuals In caring for the victimsof evaporate during their descent, and the t ness soon disappear 9, range :ail( -so acres. Week days : Mass morning at a. m.
every 6:30
': 1 the people will owe a heap to this the pauper-breeding traffic, and dust carried with them falls In lumps. when the kidneys are The.said!; ,land being,! assessed. ._at .the "Way of the Cross"on Fridays at -4 p.:m., Accident Insurance:
r ". masterful effort to their editor. the. amount received from liquor Entire forests of poplar trees sre burled F out of order or dis- oaceoi me laaunnoB or Bucn cnrimcate in
l loensea! only a drop In the ''n ,1n.t hlIt.l fn.'C.. CooP hlah Th.... 1tiiuzr =_. eased. the name of Eat. 11. O. Cole Unless saltl rB ..MABK* E'Wcoi'AL.. 11ev. Francis
appears Hartford
\ t. statesman Senator J. H. Humphries. ;; ; ; ; ; ; trouble baa U. Rluhey. rector Sunday The Travelers of
Duoitec in comp.0. <18UII. deposits of dust are afterward movedon a Kidney certificate shall be redeemed according Servians: 7 ..

J' 'l'hen the loss of Income to many by the wind, but the trees that have become so prevalent to law tax deed will Issue thereon on the a in.. Holy Communion : 10 a. m., Bun ,
It Is reported that John A. Graham families' entailed by drunkenness been burled die even after their dls- w that it is not uncommon 10th day of December, A. D. VJOtl. (day school : 11 a. moo matins and mormon : Life ,Insurance:

I' of Manltee county la going to which results III the loss of time or Interment. I for a child to be4 Witness my omolalelKn.turellnd seal 7-30 p. m.. Evensong.! Strangers\ are

contest Socialist Pettlgrew's seat InI the loss of Jobs must be taken into t born afflicted with this the 31st day of October A. D. 1006. Welcome, scats free. The Old Reliable "Ueraanfii
j weak kidneys. If the
? consideration. [BasIl] JOSEPH PRICE ST.
t the legislature on the ground: of alleged !- the A B.fc..di.ar s o... urinates too often, if the urine scalds It JAM'l1&'ruoDlsr\ Cannon, Boy
Account la rarely taken by average chijil Clerk: clr court. Putnam Co. FloridaBy J. F. Bell pastor.
'. Irregularities in certain pre : voter of the greatest evil of aliI: The old beheading stone at Stirling, the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an B. Baymond Price, dep clerk. Sunday school:-30 Preaching 11\ a. In. Life" of New York

the hardship misery and sufferingthe England, was protected In 188T by age when it should be able to control the p. ra. Evening ser
vice 7
cincts. Can It be possible that lean --- -- --- ::30 p.m. Prayer
meeting Wednes
I entalU the wives public subscription, raised at the Instance it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
Socialists able to rum tralllo upon passage Order For I'ublicution.In day evening at 7 ::31) o'clock. The Marine Insurance:
;, and hungry are Caeremeat
it thecauie of
and children of Its victim of the Stirling Natural History linK: ,depend upon ,
1 : hornswoggle ua democrats at our Homes are blasted and families. are and Archaeological society. It was then culty is kidney trouble and the first ',the, Putimm filroiilt' Court Uounly;: :; Klitlith'I'Itirliliu: Juilloliil-'In Oliilit-I Olrtiult Sunday.of the All Lord's are cordially Supper Invited each first The Leadimg CompaniesAll

own game? May the fates forfend. broken up by the rum tralllo. Inclosed In an Iron cage. There Is another step should 1 be towards the treatment of cory attend these services to

Children are deprived of education relic of public execution In Stir these important organs: This unpleasant Tn>Uir RouiuUrwff,aotiiplulimnt, IVI. I .
trouble is due to a diseased condition of V Bill fr14a.ule Pa50tIoyyEaztN
for OrOBCH. It.v. Promptly
sent and of opportunity to prepare In the of the Smith Institute Koumllraa, dttfamliilit.. L. B. Claims
Uov. Broward has a personal ling museum the kidney. and bladder and not to a } livuri.) Lynn, pastor. Sunday
In the struggle of life by the service at 11
letter of appreciation to each of the success In that city. It ia the bowt which habit most people blU npiH'iirlnii by 'nmdnvlt' unixmiliiU" m. and 7 JO) a.
: :
I rum traflln as suppose. ,ItllMl IU the HlMWtt HtHt Ml :::...tOtf, p. ni. Sunday school 4" p. m' Settled.
; "non-subsidized" editors of the state The rum traffic' has been respon- the public executioner used when be Women as well as men are made miserable .*...1.. KounUtrtio, thu Iiufuntliint. llmrt'tii Strangers are welcomed to all the services -
suffering went around the market taking a measure ; with kidney and 'bladder trouble minimila. a iioil'ruMhltmt. or the Suite of' of this church FaA
Ible for more hardship misery Offloe :38 J'rontBt.
assisted him in plugging for the .
fl who Flnrkln' ami tlmt itt In rcaUlitnt' of thug
f amendment which the -, and death than all the wars In of meal from every farmer's sack. and both need the same (great remedy.of stilt, oloOrgil: 5$ NO..427 typrvs) street, BAPTIsT CHUBCH. Ret. .7. J. Farmer -
drainage people The mild and the immediate effect 0' V..ltI..L". .suid. that. the "
whlcn the country has been engaged. "ILy ; O..r..d'.L. lor. Sunday school 10
i $1 defeated at the on the Hth. Swamp-Root I.anon realized. It Is sold flsie htuuuultruu, iN over b., site' of twenty.U a. m. ; preach-
polls Out of each war ha. come.good $100) Reward $100. : : ngatila. m. and 7 :30
,.,. yu.utr.. aluti. thut' titer, ,is no porsout in. : p. m. : Baptist
4 Most of these editors published the but out of the rum rraHto has come Tlie it-futon of chin paper will\ be p eiumd tnl by druggists, in fifty- tlltt', State of KliirltlH: I .r.r''jI,..,., Oil 5cr.VIce Voun* People's Union 3 :HO:\ p m. Strang European -- Restaurant.Furnished .
: full with some unotlous com- nothing but evil,-The National Ad- l leers tliat tlinra. I IH at U'lWtt. one drradacl dlneaiiathaft : ': cent and one-dollar .:: .. uf i4tulpuiIuut: ,;. ::: .; such :*,,,mlnnttltlfl ers are made welcome.
J. I itter In .oltmre tin* bean alii., to cure In all Its sue bottles. You may .H, ... b tliHrpfora tmlMriHl tbutiuilil. 11011-. ,
I .ent about the writer being a great vocate. _________ C .gM, and .llml I In Ontnrrh Hot. CatarrhJure have a sample bottle Mlil'iit. tfuiiiJiint. bu .iiml I li. 'IH Inmthy rt>. Roooma.
IM th. only ptwltlve cur now known to ,nulrtHl, to npp"nr to tint Hill of 1J0IIII) >liiliitlllMl Notice of Dissolution "
"friend of the peepul" who "came Into LINIMENT ON EABTI the medical. fr-n..ri.lty. O"trrh b..lnic a oontttutlonal by mail free, also a ge..ase.mp.coeapamphlet la mtltl. cutiiMt uti nr 'IM'fore Mumlny.. of Partnership. Hot Baths
own' said BEST dlnrtiuiif' rofUlren) .A ootidtltutlouAltnk telling all about Swamp-Root the>m lnv. of lH.>iMtmlNr. A. U., iwm',olhttr Tint and Cold
..1 his own" and hIs Henry I). Baldwell Supt. City Water tniffiit, Hi.ll <*..t.rrh Our !I. taken Inlernally including\ many of the thousands of testinionial wive, thttnlluKitttoiia, : : : I of until hill I: will Sue token :IWtwoe co-pnrtnarNhln S. A. "SIuiiui' ,', I ImrNtofora 110,1 ( a 'lutia
:: At
uoiifttNMtl by inltt iMtfomliiut.It tuttle '
tile "
"sklddo." It la the aero-unctlous net In* dlroetlr' upon uloing itii ill, ,,;. uiulur, : .
writes."I letters received from sufferers tutu lit,., ol 1
Vorks. Bhullaburg, Wla. curtness 01 the .fiit.m, thvrnby uln.| l I. further ortlurnl that tliU Order heptihllitliml Nlsd.. S nlnue
t comment of these whang-doodles have tried many kinds of liniment trorlnir the foundation of ib.dl..._.. cad glv cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., once) n week for.. n. .... voiiavtiiitlvwwmka "ulI..nt,..Mh..I.I'.Lo...... Ilib''...tiis.olvu.J.. Iy, ..ulu..1. James & Varnes
In much benefit InC the pailniu, .''''''I'h' by build lac up thaoonntltuilon N.Y. be sure and mention lit the Pulntkn' N ., a niiwvuuDerpuhllnhwl lute.N. ,
received! .
of Binghamton
touch nausea hut have never A.
.c, that produces a and ...'.tlnff n,,',"'. in doIng luwork In imlcl County: ami State. HIIAMIH
horse editors of untIl I used. Ballard'e Snow Linimentfor 'Ill.. proprlaiora HHTOHO mnah f-t.th In It. this paper. Don't make any mistake Wltnemi my baiiit. ... ail omulnl, aeal this Ptitkui. Fin.. litstAU: SHAMIM.
,' the plain, everyday rheumatism and pains I think It ei.rtt.tlvf. power. that 'mite. ofTe Un. Huuilrad but remember the name Swamp-Root tile >tftUUuy: Outolwr. ItMHlJOHhfH. o..t. lilli, 1 lutue.Chamberlain's .. Palatka Fla.
"*. the abate who spotted the wolf aa it earth." 2oo BOo< Dollarafuranr. that It falln. to our.. .Hand Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address ,: PRinn. ---- u
the beat liniment on ..
.. Clark Olr ul. -Oourt.
Toted 'merged from the dressing room In and 100. Sold by Ackermaa-Htewart- lbs Urt of tM F lltuonlalAddrM J. CHKMBT' k CO, Toledo. 0. I Binghamton N. Y.,' on every M.l111ll.uollcllor'for\ : Cough' Remedy I -F .r &Jlontlar.. Lnuror ;

little pi garb of the lambkin. Drug do.Bji T.... HaJl'i Fftmtlv I1U for wnmipatlon.. bottle. Complainant. lu-M-t Cure Cold, Croup and Whopla1 Cougn. Devoe, tf


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-Let' Us Furnish Crescent City.-- .Hews 01 r.'W' :-,'' .'' '.1 _ I Florida East Coast Railway :,

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the other essentials I uf your COME IN NEIGHBOR I A. B. Prevatt of Hevllla hits sold a -' '- Local Time Card No. .1. In Effect September t I', I I9O. t.

crop tangerines
for *2.50 Ier .
-- -
Thanksgiving and see my general stock box t. o. b. That Is a little better : : No. liS No.29 11'AyIONi) No. 715; No. S8 .
D.II '
i) than a. .. D.I'I.
1 of any reported Crescent City wiiiiirF2)Idir; > < Lv..J.ck.oll.lllo..A') 71001'10 .. biom -
Dinner "
/ Goods. ales, and In view of returns received 5 Wpm U Olaun .. ............ South ,Jt.kuonvUhu............,Lv 'lop.11 tI'7.m i
here 7 "pm 10 411am ...............tll, AIIYo.Uou................ .. .10'0' 7.ba,.
mid we cure not who 'I I nm during the pest week la not 7l1.1po. 11 ItoIn 'I .................hInting.................. 'I D Bopm 8 40a111 1.
I, going to talk to you tin high. Mrs. J. C. Dorct Suffer 5 le2un! ..11.&am ................y..t.l..o..ka... ............... .. .:IOpm 8 Beam!,. "
furnishes,) ,, time about my New gtook of place Grlmsloy of till tiopur I Ar...................1.ii 1(11......... ..........Lv bbpm OOam .

The Turkey.V I Shoes ; Two dray ]loads, 10 largo for Sn..90 on()Saturday for 19 boxes received of tangerine a ;check all nlcjht lorvQ from ioothaicheneurzxlcjiex. __7 "pm .III0a'D' Lv.-...........:::.'.!.!' lalk..A, ...... ............... ..L! ............ DIIIm bbrn920pm !-_ '>ll""( !

| boxes, just in, and the beauty or sold 1111 New ............ D Ohm.. Lv..i.,.,, At..o."r. II Input ........._
1 ic is, they are solid leather.Ladles' York. or rheumatismSlqe -t--o0pu1 12'Ifii.: u- [ ::-:-:::::-::-.:-.-::-;:. ...................Ar ---nopiioBHorSUp" ; ,
\ have intul -it.i( mir II lj))I.) I HOVllilmimn, 1" 40)1111) ................. '213pm' 5 Seem ,
Ryan of Port Clies V'Hpm 1 101,91 .......... ........ ., llp'u 1l00e...
,1 biiHinoss this, i fall: I to secure M;: dents' (ter, N. Y., arrived on Saturday 10 Wpm a ""pw .. ....."... ... .. ... 4bp. 4 10am .1'
N! toothsome night rCsLiiviiiveivt 10 Wpm 1 ""pw" ............... Bbpm 4 Slim '
BO nit! and ;| and is at Urove Hall for a of .. 10 Sipun -.I)ftJpIII Ar._ .. ..Y ) 4 001111mpr 1
and Children's slay = =.:.=::: !: 1rpm! !. '
Shoes. t
'im wholesome I thing\* to nut KJ several weeks. It la two UlOam A. .... .......... Iii ,a ? .
years since 1I""am .tbp,,, 1............ ... ) ..I 60Im DW.m,
'iiiid i thivgooiU! nra now at & the latest and best. Ladies' Com Mr. Ryan last visited here and In 11 41ktiX B0Um! !!_ "L. .. H.! "'Y.E'l' \,

(I YUill' srvi& ",: 'm j forts that will make the meantime the trees In his : ii4/.p./ .. 2 lOp,,, lT.. ............. .... O plO COrmm
II vour eyes grove 1I1IIpm 2 4u100 .......... ...... .... 4llpln s "SHam"
c'i') Thore'a Cur ants and sparkle] with delight and your feet have grown considerably and Hits U lpm S lpm Ar..................:' ) om.In[ S bum
Raisins Citron Fig*. A p. cry for joy. Men's\ work year have a fine of fruit cull, kills the pain quiets the ilioaii. 6 .oIj.; Ad' :::::::::::: .:::: I :: :: :: : : ) TAom ,u
( 1mi" shoes crop l o Bop". 11 bbeu Lol..... .. .. .. .. .. U 100m
"1 I ,p''es. Prunes, Dntes Bananas that will stand water mud and mated at 2,0X( (> boxes-which Is now I' nerves exnd induces sleep iT1j; '-nd Ly--.::::.. ...:.. :' :: : : : : : :: 0lIu$0Oem 6upu!
time 02 Slam 86'1"0 .......... ... ... ,
) itnd /1.1t.h..r\ HIHHOMablo ) Leather and shops are being sent forward by O. II. Morrow." )2"10 Hb'J.m ................. .,. amu:oepun 111 1122.10_....
( fresh and evaporated); higher in I price than have been for AH here are pleased to 1 (45It 4 2JI"0 ............... .1, 4m"n,. 1 7"0
grpot At oil\ dealers. Price 25c 50c 01.00
..... .
11:1.: 4 iopni 0 ................ ) 571,111 1 Sift..
fruits. 50 years, but I will sell you shoos Ry again. Mr'j 16 .................. ,
\ i 411am .
1 -alld Florida Syrup 1. for ]lean profit than usual.CONE. The- n_ .mi._111_._.In. 1 IIhrnru.._.,..." .In.. AAnnU v.... ...v.. Dr Earl & Sloa" Boston, Moss.U.S.A.. S 00"1"11,1,01" 'I ................,1' ,, .. rsaun ham 1L iz Mpm 0011'1.00am
11 JIILpl ( with the V. I. 8 ilOtm 0 271,111' 0 .................. 17IflI 11 10l'm
A. will
hereafter be
l<'lsh-)(IlC'k IH'C>I, CodFish 1 open on Wednesday and Saturday _. _J ___ = Warn 4Qtn: g 4111,19 dIpin: .:: ::::::::::::::::::::)i ;: ,;::::::::::::::::::: :: ) (5501 l'luini.;: H 101pm 10pm: :::
) ..................
Halibut. afternoons from 8:80 to 4 :BO and all - -- .s. ._fOam.,.-... .0.0. -.7.0.',.......... .. .......,...... .... mum... _10.u..u n bOI.m u u. 10". .,
1 lironHt'ast< Ilauou. Sweet ,! 4 44)';01 741'p'o' .. .... .......... .Ii I 7an 10"" '"
will .. "
be privileged to take out booksat D lieu S Itiplu ..............\' ... '
.r..u 9 '
POMONA NEWS. .. n .... ...... ...... .. tipulu I
( Clover and Sniffs Hams. 648.m S'lp' '
The Shoe Man, the rate of 6 cents for two w..ks.The Mrs. S. B. Shaw 6 01eu.. C r.'pm' .. .... ...... .... ... .. :IOan. 5 9011"0 l01pun t'
:Nuts' CnndlCH /and Fine I'\'!\ committee In charge of the 11- 6 .am (I.u..m. ........ ......1'.01 .111am 00"10 7 Wpm
All'',. A. E. Drsmkoand son arrived 6 Mon O'p," ................. .', .
I Hue of. FrsIi Canned ),' Crescent Florida >rary will do away with annual In Pomona Friday evening from the is showing an elegant ]line of I ) U "",.n. ." ................. .(11"10. ", 7"'pm.OIIam 7111.pm. I''

(Goods. City, tickets and let out books to all peo. north, where they have been spend- Ladies' Ready-Made Long 7 7 805,0 POem: g IIOpIII 2tIm: : Ar.' ::::::::::::::::.I:. ,::: ;I ::: ::::: ::::::;: .41)11,11 lJSauu: 7 I Sep11.l4pnl:;::: '\

I InK the Rummer. They are >adly ................ ,
pie at this uniform rate. The 11- K SWam ) ') .....,.. Sem.nl..
JI VI./ MILLER. } welcomed, back to their winter home Coats and Skirts. .Ar ................ / ......... olllll l'10m
brary him
,V eat her Ut'llort.Cro.co"toIlJ ) p nnmber of late books by their friends In this com i
many -
Also fine assortment of the -Ii7'-: ;; u.ifi; f I
Kla." and many popular ones. munity. a llnflfet Tartar Our on triilti'tti 1 10..11111. Cora on imlniDO and 08.

Crescent Oity, 'Im InK NIIclllu'r 0th temloralurl. 1"1" : the Ceek ond. colobrated t Lutlly excupt. -" !))4lldlIy.) __ .__ .___ __. __. .__ }1'
Capt. 3.V.. -- 7 -- -
Miller Mrs. --
has arranged W. S. Mlddleton spent the --No-17' ; ===== '" .
m Max. Mln.Novem r with his old partner, Capt. Iteach of day Welaka Friday, visiting her Gage Hats : Dally M0'POHT BRANCH. No.2S '
her. 1 1 a. m.9 p. m.t p. m.gi Sn 24 lira sister( Mrs. 1C. B. Green. Jg I::' W:. : Uall, Except I Doll, 8'bnn :' !
Savannah for the lease
-. 10.: Saturday no 70 111 77 IU> of the side- for Ladies, Misses and Children. -1 :

agg c I II. Sunday. 414 it m n HI wheel steamer Clayton, to go; on the 'Mr,. M. A; Woodbury returned Call and see them. 2 OOpm 10 ItMui 0 lOp.n j; ; I) (.p100 ...... ..Wk,,,,')" III.) ....... Arl 7 4iam 12 Mj-; 5 80pm;;
Qaaa U. Monday (13 njtfj\ Ml BU IKI Sunday from a short visit to St. 2 '" ,01Haw 8 '141.1,1, 9 OttHlll" ) .....511111,1' .l.urknIviilo. ....L. 7 2101)1. t 12 6 :
.. 2'2plO Wpw
r.I 13. Tueatlav. 8T M 44 IK W run between here and Jacksonville Atigimtlne. 8opm 10 ((4111 I 811I'1'I' miumb ........I...l.i I. 11".,..),........ .. 7 or"n,, I II "'.10 4 Ulpm 1'I'm 1-
i4 I :II. Hnilnfnday.I : 40 :01 Ml |Oil> 41114) during/ the heaviest of the Mrs. S. B. ShawCrescent II 451,01 101 l.alll 8CoI.I'''' linn .......AlIunIlu. l1uu'li..... .. .. 7 Seil 1141'10 4">hm
I in. Thimtlay.,, m) M, w :ob mJ orange Miss Madge Smith left for Welaka 8 Sepul 100,11 7 1011,11 10 00.1,,, .) ........ .. .. ii 804.0. 4 llu.IpuitPENINSLI.ARANDOCCIDENTALS

\ I Kl. PrldAV. Ml U.1 bl4 04 47 i shipping season, so that after the arrival Monday, where she expects to remain City Fla. II ;f ;attj i 1 i'

Talkingn ----- E. I) WILLIAMS. Obnerrer. of the Clayton, by the latter for the coming winter, organizing ._ AT MIAMI.Clogs :

part> of the week, there will be dally a clans In mimic) at that place.
n ."" ",. Connection Made nt Miami with Steamships ol (be P. & 0. S. S. Company. ,.
!:I value fur the Dollar" oat> service to and from Jackson The orange crop Is still moving Havana and West.

"r, L Personal and Social. i iI ville. The two boats should be ableto forward rapidly and many of the -Key-- _
n mono) thing, (.; j give shippers an Ideal service dur- largo commission houses are dally Oranges, NORTHBOUND j.

r. I tit MIAMI .... 1 .... ..
sending representatives through the | HAVANA '
> .Thllroda".12 COn'n
G I / '%/% "" "" "" "' lug the remainder of the season. orange district soliciting patronage. ArKHY UI .. 8DUTHDDUND"I. : Ar R F.y M MT.....Thnriday) ........ Hoptn
: Iv kEY % l0s'F... J.vJtY\It l : .Tbur.
Tom Clark Is Muudayi, 9 Ii
Giving at home for the week. liiyii IMJpmArMIAMl.
ct Capt. Cteo. U. Beach of Savannah 'omona has her share. grapefruit, ArllAVANA..... .......Frldayi.TneMlaya.. ,.. D tapes "

: Capt. Braclsliaw visited Palntlta on has recently purchased another The ladles of the V. I. A. have advertised Additional' Sailing.i: hetwccn Key -West and Havana. -

itu it ia another We GIVE( it. 3: Monday. steamer for his Savannah and Ui'iui-" l a Thanksgiving entertainment i;
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TangerinesSold Lv KIlT WERT. .Mondayii.( Frldnva 8801'11I IIA\'AXA..Tuo.d.y."nhlrll.y..12 "n'n.bT.'ruesdttyB.Hfiturdayfl. \
it r AVallaue Reeves has. returned from Cord line. The new steamer Is the for the evening of the :ailth, At HAVANA.,.Tumdeus. baLuIl.ys.. .. U bk..u,,, I Ar KEY: \ : ) aopia, ''I.
Fresh Goods and with a attractive .
very program.Muelo
ita more -
vUit to the north. Pilot Boy of Charleston. This stcam- and refreshments are two inerestlng commissionbasis Trains Discharge J Passengers: rt Shlp'-i Side. No Transfer ;'
only a
t: Goods for the money. Br. er will be put In thorough repair and aid on
features a pleasantevening -
Mr. Tllllnghast has sold his of
r.. 1:1: crop will be used the Beau- assured. byK TheneTlm;lMliloKRliowllintliiiuiiHtnlilch, ; ; ;; tralni. mny I,.ponied) !to nrrlvo at Sell depart J:.
and Chase as a reserve on from the ...ernl Mntlonii. I lint, lltiilr, arrival
New Fall and Winter Hats ratifies tangerines to & or ilupailnront tile llniua htiitod Ifi nnt Rimrnntee
13 ford and Savannah:: line. The Pilot Services as usual at the Congregailonal nor lathla Com,..",to lie h..lil iftipoliFiltiluforatiy, deluya or any cioiiKt! ) Co.. and most of the fruit has been a
just in. All styles to suit Boy has a gross tonnage of 288 and anet church nextSunlll ". PreachIng For Copy cf tlio: ;) L--.CAL:;: I1.VT! CARD or Other Information :

the trade. hipped.Mr. R. A. Gautler and Miss Lucy tonnage of 18] tons, Is 134 feet or service at 10O:!)(at) a.7 m.p. m.; Christian Everybody; Endeav-cor. K B. Downes S & Co.ij.20a "::SEE TMK "t ICKET! AGENT." ,

ong, with a beam of 25 feet and a
Come in and let show Wetly invited. J. D. RAHNEK, Asjit. Cjn'I: 1'.&,;:;. Ajrt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
us 1:1g : Gautier arrived last week and are hold depth of 7 feet. Capt. Beach .

you our goods. living at the old homestead north of was a former prominent resident of LAKE COMO. Duane St. New York. -

town. this place and all his movements -
Fine line of Shirts just B ._ 1r. and Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan ar-
arrived. The East. Florida Presbytery has have an Interest for our people.! rived last week from Northport, Prompt, ATLANTIC COAST LINE ;

u J been In session here during the past M. H. Read has sold block six ((0)) I.. where they have been for .
Respectfully, week, with a good attendance of III this place to Messrs. Ij. E. Bul- nonths. Hoth are well and glad Reliable Florida ::
be back. They are having new Georgia, Alabama Virginia
ministers. lock, Seth Redding, Wm. Griffin and ,
added tq the Avenue Housea. they
A. Hammond all of Onset, Mass. expect new tourists, besides a South Carolina.
many North Carolina
Rev. Dr. D. M. Reeves and family
I 0. L CflafflflerIin rn This block Is the one directly opposite those who have boarded there for
have moved from the Presbyterian winters.Mr. .
the residence of Mr.. Cornelia many The Great Highway of Travel' from 'i,
manse to the Maull cottage on the lFn
and MI'.. D. B.
Lyon on Prospect street and Is an Haybon are ::::
lake Stella shore. laving their Mr. Florida-Kast West North South,
Crescent City Fla. :;J deal site for homes. It Is now COVered as guests RBybon'sfllther. 1t n.rl ,
Mrs. Buckles, with her parents and brother, and niece.
:.J (IIrr.r.r.r. with small orange; trees Just
4F cc8Q later, arrived last week and Is again coining Into bearing. The consldera- Mr. Swable and daughter, Miss To the Fasti the Famous .
r. c r. c c ccc
MurIel, of Crescent City were vlsl- FOR SALE.The
located In the Miller flat at the foot lon fair, but not .1
was a high ors In town recently. Florida and West Indian Limited

Central ave. rice. Mr. Bullock one of the purchaser Miss Ruby Tucker and Miss FlAke executors of the estate of Edwin and New York Express

,I www wwg gQ Capt. S. M. LaBree has a new and ,, Is a son-in-law of the late of Pomona were the guests; of Miss Gilbert, deceased. otTer for sale the following -

\) This Is tho time of year for powerful search light on his launch Mr. Butler who managed drove Cleo Monjar over Sunday property, situated at Crescent' To the West ,1.
City, Florida: All of Blocks 00) and 10. ,
Grace, which carries passengers to fall one winter about 15 years ago Mr. and Mis. %V. L. Diggett and the
Blook 11, including Smithfield Hotel
: Chills and Fever. Wl and from the railway junction. cud who himself was associated In son, Lawson, were visitors III Crescent and furnishings cottage and barns. Two Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta. ,

It you are afllioted you It i Is stated that Mr. and Mrs. Chas. the management of the house at that City recently. lots on Central Avenue In Block 13

I net rid of i It quick by taking Barker of New York contemplate thnt Mr. Bullock has always liked Junior Christian Kndeavor meetIng Northwest quarter of Block 25, and part 1'iilliiiuii Cars! ami Throiili{ Coached on nil Trains.

the erection of a neat winter cottage Crescent City and for some time has was held In the M. K.: churchSundo.y of cash.Block For 21 prices on Crescent and further Lake. particulars Terms Atlantic Coast Line Mileage Books, good to all points, via all 't

No. 44. on their south Prospect street lot. wanted a hotel here. And It may be meeting afternoon was held ;In Kpworth the evening League, led; address, trains as far East Washington, and as tar West as St. Louis Cincinnati -

that: this Is his purpose In securing by Miss Libbio Haight. and New Orleans ; rates $25.00.
The Preston-Miller shipped DAVID CARLL Counsellor at
It In company
; the most speedy remedy I i
All that Is known I. Folderfor
this property. Consult tho Purple
known, nil. C or 6 closes will two or three car loads of water Praise and BIble study service was 20 Broad Street, New York City. .
cure any 0110." It acts on the tails. this week and the steamer hat It Is the purpose of the uew held In the Baptist church Sunday 9-01-1)1w.) details ami full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations -

liver. better than calomel and Crescent had to make a special tripto purchasers to do some building on afternoon. I -- ------ schedules. Cull, on your nearest ticket agent, or write \.
a not gripe; or sicken. he Theelte I Is Ideal either
When given according to handle them. property. A. C. L. Round Trip Excursion Rates Executrix Notice. PRANK O. BOYLSTON, DIst. Fast Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling Faun. Agt ...
for residence or hotel purposes. 138 West Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
iHrt'ctlons we guarantee yon The Atlantic Coast Line R'y company From Jacksonville. Notice In liHrehv gIven tl.at) on MoInythe }
will have no more chills and The average buyer of Florida lOt: I, tlav nf Muy. mOO?, I nln.il, I mukttfliml, W. J. CRAIG Truffle T. (). Gen'l
Passenger Jlgr. WHITE Passenger Agent
has a gaud; of men at work at :$38.10 Hot Springs. Ark., on sale report of lilY account and vcuolH'rn) ) n 0*
fttvor. I'riceonIy 35 CentS ranges and grapefruit has preached ycutrlx of tile liiftt will unit tun tit,HIM lit of) General Offices, Wllmlcaton,North Carolina.aVIcCORMICK .j'
limited )
Junction the low groundfor dally; IX days.$13.2U ,
|I'er> bottle. filling Mtittldti Miinii, cmiHwd unit apply fm myclHfuImrgeHUMULli
Poi. sitlu ntllutluen a new dopot on which work Is tobe an excessively large crop( and low : : ) liirmlngham, Ala., on sale I : ) x ui),t .. ,
prices until he believes what he says. Oct. 14-15 limit leaving Birmingham MARY HrNB.
A O'Hiira'il. Mill. pushed rapidly. KxetulrU.PulAtku :
H. A. KlixcX Hlni'0.I The owner of the fruit Is just ns pi>rstent Oct. 21, extension to Nov. 91 FlorltlH Nov.Hth iguu. "81
). A. Kiioultou A Uo'M. POIIIOIIII.. Mr. mid Mrs. Ira C. Pratt of Crop- *7.70 Macon Oa., on sale Nov 1117 l'
I li.' H. H..\1. it A <00'.. (10..11. In: his contention that the Inclusive. limit Nov. 20. I HUBBS & CO.
HIiul'H I Htorn, (jourHttliWli, sey. III., arrived last Thursday andre crop Is not excessive .and" that prices $:121:10: : Bulfalo N. Y., on sale Oct. Notice! ,
J lliirrlHon'H.'(1. ItoliliiHon'M\ ; Htoru,,Ht l>uuy vlllti.* Itomt'n A Sill I It 'it Irl.' liv. Flu.' pleasant winter home here. With $17.55 Gulf port, Ml s..on sale Nov. of th.. pHtjtttt, or Wit lIn.im Hiiillh. I tin. Commission Merchants.
J. M. Dvutoil: $IS;: Bluir.Klu.Lound's will sometimes differ and those best 2-18, limit Nov. 28. iMmni* them came a number of friends. thoOounty" ) of Hutmuit Oounty. Klorl'Uii.
balanced Intellectually will frequently Excursion rates to other points. fur ti:>iive 1\.10.\:: uuthorltv): to 15I ll the toi.I llowlnn
: Drug Store It Is no trouble for the News to have their opinions "warped" Limits, schedules Pullman ao"ommodutlons tlHMorltivil) property beloiiylng) 10 anhl Tomatoes Pine Apples ,

Crescent _change the address of your paper slightly from personal Interest. and all detailed Information entttt:, towltiHoime mill Lot S"cl ft. N. x 938! ft. K.: li-im Vi l

City, Fla. when you move, but you should Some trimming of the buyers' estimates to furnished above or other points ft. to UnvlH In Block K.OroKi-fiitdltr A. 11. 'KIURKY.AiliiiliilMlrntoi., Flii. and Early OrangesVegetables
cheerfully on application
"l'I ee e .. e desire to have ad- *.
end notice of a with a corresponding additionto ) !
either by mall or In person to Octolmr:ailth' A. li.. 1...><1. !
dress changed or It will not be attended those of the seller might prove I Grape Fruit

_4 _. :I. Sporxcer: :: :: : to. fairly accurate on the Florida citrus FRANK C. BOYLSTON If you want to get your money's.worth

and Mrs. W. M. Ritch and crop. In passing, if one could real- District Passenger Agent 1118: / West Bay and see a good COLD knock-out, usePeek's
Dentist. Florl- Street Jacksonville, limo: Pine Tar Syrup. tf 279 Washington St. Wew Yorli.:
Mrs. Oxer and Miss Esther Bitch ire In money on the amount of

-_-COflic. of Port Chester N. Y., are expected da oranges and grapefruit represent.ed .

,nt Roaldono on ITonpoct Street. this week to spend the winter in by the difference between the ---- --- -- -- --.

Crescent City, Florid the border of luyers' and seller /figures few rall-
their pretty home on To reduce my stock of :4

Lake Htella.K reads could be built on the proceeds What J4ithYou

atJotins Itlvrby Day-Hunt. y. J. L. French Washington, and Bttll leave a balance that would Orange and Grapefruit Trees ALL GOOD THINGS I"

The Beach &: Miller Line whose fine grove In the north end of make even Count Bonl comfortable offer for the next 80 days, 2 year c
New York Packer.
for awhile.-
town Is loaded with fruit has sold This old buds 4 to 6 ft. at 22.50: / per hun must win their "
Steamtr .
OREBCKMT. -- upon
his crop Chase & Co. The grove dred. Buds I year 4 to 6 ft. at :*20.00

hid Leavea Snturdaya JaokaoavllleonTueadayHtTbunidayi at J-so ...m. for Oreen Cove, md a very large and fine crop, most KITectlve Sunday, Nov. 18th, the per hundred. Buds 8 to 4 ft. one merits. The International

talumr* OrM<"lnt City and principal Way of which ha been shipped. Atlantic Coast Line will i Inaugurate year at $l5.00 per hundred.
train service between Jacksonille has 'a t
R turnlii ,le v.. Wedne. llv- night Can Oil Trees flrst-claaa. Dictionary
day". Prldaya aDd Monday Oreacentolty at 7 a.on m. Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert is now St. Petersburg and Intermedl- strictly .,
"Monvllle barr roolor Laura. "1ft..I. InK at 2131 Broadway, New York ate points. This train will have a No white fly or scale. greater distinction upon -

Tolnphone PalaL..a",IM.,art foot of Lemon W._ City. having temporarily closed her sleeper leaving Jacksonville at 9:110
Conn. All p. m. making all evening conneolona W. F. REED its merits and is in more I,
home at Georgetown, arriving In St. Petersburg at lJ HeaterWith ,

A. B.TORREY.Undertaker here hope she will be able to cometo 11:110: the next morning. This sleeper 0 East Florida Nurseries general use than any other

Crescent City. will be returned to Jacksonville
and Embalmer. of M.U caching( Jacksonville at ..e"enlr.t/ Drayton Island, Fla. work of its kind in' the
C Blade has purchased
Chas. train arriving In Jacksonville 20th.

Pull line of Caskets and Coffins. Read's real estate agency the Klfectlve Nov. hUh the Atlantic English language>'" 1

pretty building lot on south Main st. Coast Line will inaugurate through "" ...
Telephone residence. Its sleeping car service on trains 21 and A. H. Sayce, LL.D., O.It., of OxfordUnlvemlty "
Shotwells Oil Heat cold M. H. READ
facing Mr. a Perfection you can a
CEE80ENT CITY FLORIDA 11:4.: Train 21 leavIng Jacksonville at I KnfflAml, hums recently aaid :'
one of the prettiest building spots all evening conneolons bed-room make a lick-room more comfortable. warm a ':
9 p. m., making of It: It la Induud a m.volou.orkllt lailillloutt ,
----- ----- In town. It Is understood that Mr. arriving at Ft. Myers the next chilly hallway, heat water quickly, and do many things REAL ESTATE.Crescent to conceive of a dictionary more I

Crescent City Transfer Co. Hade will soon erect a home on his day at 12:40.: This sleeper will be returned better than can be done) with any other stove no matter o I axlmuatlveand complete. Everything: lala -
to Jacksonville /first train what fuel it burns. The superiority of the City, Fla. it-not only what wo might expect to

M ets all train. at Ciesofnt Junc- new lot. Nov. 14th. _____________________ Hud lit such a work but aIMS what, few of "
City Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Johnson otFalrbury With these changes the Atlantic PERFECTIONOil ((5 us would over have thought ot looking

tion. Night trains by. appointment. 111., who spent the season Coast Line Inaugurated'd the prln- ] > Tile Howe property-"Cres-

and who afterwards clple[ winter schedule with Pullman. 13 cent Hill"-is now on the mar- for.A atipplomont to the new edition has '

-S. M. LABBEE Manager. here lost winter of Mr. T. B. car service on both morning and Heater ket. LOTS $lOO brought It fully up to dn.... I have been ,'
home reached
trains to all points by
purchased night
looking through the latter with >feeling .
W. B. 8HOTWELL Sates arrived last week and .are In heir line between Jacksonville and (Equipped with Smokeless Device) | Particular attention /given to aatonlHhinent at its ootnpleteueaa, and '

their new home for the winter- The it. Petersburg Jacksonville and tie.I Ia the race that It grneralrt Intcan* heat without smoke 3 Crescent City property listed tho amount of Ihbov that hua boon put ',
Builds Row Boats that he I III well pleased Tampn and Jacksonville and l"t." or.....11. The oil fount twO the wick carrier...mad of byte with me. Into It. ,
doctor states throughout which Iseu.reeduvabIlIty. GLvea ".e.t heatattmall
Repairs boats buggies and makes all Crescent City and exacts ilyeis. _ ....t. fount baa oil indicator and handle. Heater !I. light and --ee FREE"* Taut In Pronunciation,"In4truiillve '
kinds to return to wick be turned
of wood work repairs at his shop portable. Absolutely safe and atmple- cannot _. liml viuariulnlnir '
winter. CONSUMPTION. too low. Operated aa ea. All -- ------ -----
i In rear of his to spend a pleasant CUBED too high) or : lamp. part j for tlia wholu Alflo XJTAVNII
M finnlly.
MEA T MARKET. easily I cleaned. Two flal. hc.v-nickel .... Every heater 1 I
Oresoant City YU.nutlsfaotory '"Enquiries and letters convince Mrs B. W. Evans. Cleorwater Kans ...".nted. If not at your dealer wilt aeareat. agency fordeacriptlTV NOTICE. liul rated pamphlet. w"3ttRI1PUBLiaHRflfl -'
work guaranteed at mod writes I "My husband lay slok for three clrctUar> Q. &O. MERRIAM CO., ) lL :;
le'tbnt wilt be some Important ( Ge AD>I'8.78'. roll F''LlJuoc..auL
eo t there doctors sold that) he had A.C.7I ,
prices. months. The The can be na d In any room usd151515SpilINoFlrn.o
this season In Crescent Cityronerty consumption.We Lamp ...11. the beat all-round MACC.
haoges quirk Rfo hoa-w lump made. Olve. SIX months after ditto, hereof and on Monday -
with considerable build- procured a bottle of Bldlard'sHorehound a clear Atealv. llffht. lot Puiiruttry tile imh. iw)7, will ill.
IS OFFERED Read ta the News. Syrup, and It cured him. tli. saint lamp you can with ttm: Oounty. >, )ir'or'p t'ountFlorlilr : ,\, -
iiK> said, \ M. H. wa1 six years ago. Since then Bras throughout and nickel .plated. Equipped with ,my tlnnl report. with return account
o WORTHY YOUNG :VKOFLC 1\[/ Read has a stock of oorrespondnVp That a bottle In the :!late t improved burner HantlNome- tmpt -tmtufactory.Krery eeC retailerS, dud th r iipu>if *|t|>!l'iro: anordtrv Chatnberlaln'a bhiLrnunl r
have always tile riitltlon I In
we lamp warranted. Write to aearetit allu.ylC you cannot _ upon now
II. "UmlI"IInio.J their qntaII y.un. DCIUOTI,.. nomotter regarding town and grove prop- house i We cannot without It. tot get It from you :tide,. atci offltie, terminal JtHchargt .. the A4m.nlKtraurtxof Never fall. Buy It now. II may uve lue
mne. education who"'leb0 tho nf ". I i. hermnn Utoeesed.
Mtatn ,
r thorough biulneaa STANDARD OIL COMPANY KAWNIB D. AOKBKMAN -- ---- '" .
a11 it*by fI..' man for our fnmt half-rate will be some lively 600 and "1.00. Sold by Aokerman-Stew- AH Admlnl.tratrU. of tb. 11..1.01.. .. l>.
'& ..Imleomdeneaoilfi probable: luctuneiml. ge& here there art Drug Co. .oll.olr..au: P3 aaiMd. I-l..nt. The News |l ;year, o-0.,
Don't deter. Writ*today.t .
.1ht .. uUema CaBMe, N**... Se. de.lln,.

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; The Palatka) News owner Padgett of ;the,peninsula a prominentstock end of 1 Tre Thanksgiving: Bird. It is an Advantage ] V

the county was before Judge/ M. I. The turkey crop of the country Is
s Coxe on Tuesday charged/ with reported as large this year, but that to ba la time In preparing your fancy Brothers
\ fraudulently marking unmarked fact In. not going to lower' the price articles for Christmas presents. My Gay I IThe
t- City fiwptnings; and hogs but the testimony all want to per pound.Local took presents many useful articles ,
i show that Padgett was Innocent of dealers state that the priceof appropriate for /Rifts-presents for all
: Personal. mention.H. the charge./ The Jury acquitted him dressed turkeys will be 2 5 cents at prices to suit every purse. The
after three minutes deliberation, per pound in the Palatka market stock Is bright and sparkling with
""' ''''' The charge; was preferred! by O. M. next week. This price is going to the newest' goods of the season. Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur
O. Hatnm is In Tampa, visiting N ew old. prevent many families from indulging Many novelties bent that you cannot
M. S.'i the State Fair. In the national bird for Thanksgiving find elsewhere. Come and look at
__ Rev. Dr. H. M. Wharton has been and they will therefore try to the beautiful new assortment of : i iand
W O. TllRhmim and wife visited
engaged to lecture at the
Armory on make themselves believe that something Hemstitched and stock was never more complete than now
this week.
Tampa Tuesday evening. Deo. 4th, when hit else will do just as well. They

Mrs. \V. H. Hoyt returned from subject"will be "The Ups and Downsof will substitute chicken, or duck, or Embroidered new goods! are arriving weekly. m
Life. The admission will be Son,
Stamford.Conn. Monday goose or any other old thing they
Brown'sClothing children 26 cents. Dr. Wharton Is a can get. But their Thanksgiving Handkerchiefs. A few of our specialties:
Hon. James M. Chesser of Hollls-
popular lecturer In Palatka and the dinner will not be a com letesuccess.
ter was In the city Wednesday.Mr. News feels confident he will be Just why turkey is the only kind Also an unusually pretty line of -

''i ] and :Mra J. Andrew "Shelley greeted' with a large audience. hey, of meat that entirely satisfies the Fancy Collars in Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon, I

have spent the week In Tampa. L. R. Lynn has made arrangement palate on Thanksgiving day, whereas Genuine German Dill Pickles,
for the lecture. on other days, many other birds Lace and Chiffon. I
E. N. McNab Is again on the street' Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil,
/ Over In the little city of Dothan, are Just na toothsome is a phenomenon If you want satisfaction in selectionand i
rig and convalescing from a severe, ill\
that has been satisfactorily All the brands of Cereals
Ala., where the dispensary system never economy In price! I am sure my sxw leading ,
p ness. In the booze business prevails ou explained but that it exists it a stock will till your needs. Vermont Maple Syrup
I i Dr. A. M. Steen returned' ou Satur- circus day recently the whiskey sales matter of once-a-year observation.The ,

day from a mon th vacation In New In the one dispensary there reachedthe only reason for the high priceof Hattie N. New Buckwheat,
Il Jersey' and In Florida" is that there Miss Buky
l Hats Pennsylvania. large/ sum of 1781. And yet turkeys Graham, :
some people who want to seems to be an understanding among m
O. L. well-known citizen compromise
Brownlee a .
the farmers rather than Pnlatka, and Flours also
of Florahome was a business with an evil instead of abolishingIt / any organ Whole Wheat Rye ,

visitor In the city Wednesday.The Insist that the dispensary system ized trust. Fancy Dry Good., Notions and Pillbury's Gold Hedal,
reduces Intemperance and Is an en -
Shoes andFurnishings Clyde Line river steamers will couragement' to moderate drinking It Is Now Judge Calhoun. Ladies Furnishing: Obelisk and other I.
have a dally service to and from Pa Live Oak Democrat. I'
latka beginning with today.A Judge/ F.. E. Haskell of the muni- Brands of
,,/ When a stranger drops Into Pal at. cipal court tendered his resignation Flour.
handsome new Iron fence baa ka jolly him. Tell' him this I Is a to the council last week. Judge 1 T'jI
lust been built around Howell' A. great little city for business 12 Haskell! gave as his reason for resigning -
Davis' property ou\ Laurel and Hth months In the year, and that although that he did not consider It as Ki] Also! tli) largest variety of Imported Delicaciesever

streets slightly disfigured now by part of the duties of the municipal Ladies'
reason of municipal improvements judge to audit the feed bill of city I brought to Pl1latkft.iIt .
.' For theFall Lost, between Mrs. Fearnslde'aand under way, that it Is still In the ring. prisoners as now required by the city I mI
black Undervests ,
the Episcopal church a Don't discourage him by speaking ill council. resignation did not per |
knitted shawl. Reward if returnedto '
of your neighbors or knocking your mit the council to do other than accept '
Mrs. Fearnslde." town, but lead him to believe that hi It.Capt.. Hosiery I BOTH STORES !

and Capt. J. E. Lucas who has been has at last struck a place where E. Noble Calhoun was elect- l-land

quite ill for a week or more tine good people live, and thereby enable ed to fill the vacancy, and during the at well as Gloves, Neckwear -
again taken command of the Harry him to form a good opinion( of your present week Judge Calhoun has furnishings
and other
Lee though Btlll quite unwell. been handing out even-handed justice "' Lemon Street The West Bnd
1' city.Wall in all the best
WinterThe A Darsey, the. well-known to the city drunks and disor
Miss Pearl Rlngham Is still con- dental firm In this city was dissolved derlies. grades for fall and winter. PALATKA, FLORIDA a

fined to her home with fever. Her this week. L>r. Darsey buying out I We want you to. see our I
friends are hopeful of a speedy"re- the Interests of Dr. W. W. O. Wall The Same Old Quarters.Last new line of iIm.n: Imn DJ ;

are now open covery. who, owing/ to continued ill-health,
numerously' signed
Mr. and Mrs. R. S Mooney have felt that It was Incumbent on him to petition spring was forwarded a to the Post- )| New Style I -- -

for your inspection.It moved from their Front street flat to get into some out door business. ottloe Department in Washington Dress Goods
the residence on Third street recently With some other Putnam county
bettor atld centrally
is a complete vacated by Mr. and Mrs. B. A gentleman he has organized a live asking located for post ofllce quarters more for Pa- I I! for the fall and winters
stock Insurance and for the
Men's\ Outfitting: Stock Deal. will do business company at Lakeland.Dr. latka. The petition was generally 1000-07. Your Turkey
O. and his secretary will continue the dental signed by the leading business men ;
) line @JI
Darsey ))3
and will please you Master Warner Hamin are this week the Ackerman-Stewart of the city. In response to this petition Elegant
practice over
i visiting Sanford, Orlando Ocala and (Co's store. the department advertised for
Gainesville. bids for a first-class modern equipped Millinery. J Tasts Best
1// The board of trade held a meetingon postolflce. I
Miss Jessie Burton who had been Monday night to here report of Among the bids sent In In response' J._
the guest of Mrs. J. N. Walton for a the to this advertisement fromL.
the committee on new depot. was one Miss Kale 1. LucoS
: week or more, left for her home in The committee reported' that General H. A W. A. Merrydav, who offer' Roasted in a Buck's Oven.
Crescent City Tuesday. Superintendent Ford" was going to ed to ((1)I) fit up the double stores In

t Rev.' Douglas Matthews a former (give Palatka a much better building their new Lemon street block with Palatka, Fla, I

rector of bt. Marks church In this than the committee had planned and tile most modern post office equip }It's .laige: ventilated] and
city is reported to be critically ill that he was moving in the matter ment or ((2)) to erect a building
with typhoid fever at his home in with all cheerfulness and expedition.The specially for a postofBce. that also to sanitary. The oven is a
i Rome, \: V. new depot is to be a duplicate of be furnished with modern equip-
the one at Sumpter S. C. and Is after ment. jmam. ucac-w: m m w.TBft and baker.
O. L. Strickland', condition still plans made by Hillman the architect I- There may have been other bids. jj quick even
.. Griffon continues to show little if any Improvement of the Savannah depot.' Work Nothing was heard from these bids New this week at Call and for
see us aBuck's
but his family are now will begin as soon an bids can be advertised until this week when the Messrs. 5
i quite hopeful that he has seen the for and the contract let. Merryday received word from Postmaster THE NEW YORK \
worst of his illness. Kirby to the effect that the

PN } Mrs. J. A. Crosby ant Miss May remarkably Miss Hattie beautiful N. Buky assortment Is showing of a 'Department had notified him that 8 Sand IOc I Store

Brand Crosby are representing the V. I. A. novelty goods suitable for Christ their plans for a new Palatka post- ; RangeThe
office bad been determined to be Im
of San Mateo this week at the meeting Is
mas presents. Nothing more appropriate -
of the State Federation of Wo- for the ladles than a nice ,, practicable, therefore' they were re- Pftbade.
Ve are showing* line In Window
mans clubs In Tallahassee.The handkerchief or better still an assortment will therefore be from tae up, nr.twlaws good

I Hand weather' of the past week has of them put up half-dozen obliged' to worry along with the same .n. oshade..tire" of olU about eleewbore.A half .whit .ucb fa
decorated box. The
been unusually warm and not Just In a beautifully old out-of-the-way postortice, while ", large lln" In Unibrelliu of first u
what clothing merchants and dealers patterns are exclusive, too, and the other cities In the state are /getting !lit Quality nt low price. Kennerly Hardware Co.
In other winter good desire. Turpentine prices extremely' moderate. Besides' 2 We curry. a wry fxtennlve line InAgete H
they goat trot,o. pint cup up to d II
men on the contrary, have these Miss Buky Is showing a line of
r Tailored ladies fancy collars in lace and chiffon /- L q'l lslonwen; !
fY seemed well pleased. Received.The I we carry the lirgent' II
Sad in Hardware
that are beauties She invites "selection In Futnnm county.Our ,
Sheriff Howell went to St. Augustine Pottery stock and our Inrtftf
In De-
your infant daughter born riPlut
stock In Porcelain dupe mid Hnureni
i on Tuesday and brought back Florida Home Company of) troit. Mich., on the 12th inst., to :Mr.!\ ....Tureens,Is conipl..t.. Iu faint" Palatka, Florida.
Peter Williams a fast black wanted and Mrs. John T. Grifllu of this city, we nave .ryiblng for house and i I
i Clothingis Indianapolis Ind., and Chicago has PJ
here for tot Ins;(a revolver. Willlarai table use.A
tract of land bordering died yesterday morning the 22d. A large selection.. In Waltera from J
and platted a pretty
accorded flue costsor
was a J $100 telegram to Mr. and Mrs. Martin -- __ _
beautiful Lake Geneva in the h
six months in the taking/{ on lOcw'l': itlll 2
camps Grlrlln to that effect was received l lend In our l I" per pound
the latter.L. southwest corner of Clay county 25 .ndy-non" better aold. elw'eliore Ii! -. +
a Leader miles northwest of this city and is yesterday noon. The sad news will for X6e> per pound. --tea

A. Smith Is selling some extra offering ,the lots at advantagoua move all hearts in sympathy for the S =::J Putnam= : : : Pharmacy= .
? as toStyle large and flue pineapples this week. prices to northern people. The section bereaved parents and grandparents.

Fabric and The pines carte from the pinery of is a splendid one for growing New York 5 and loc PALATKAFLORIDA.
John A. Crosby at lloca Ratonebe-. fruits and is Ideal for resident pur itt Drugs Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
'r Finish. low Palm Reach, where he and sev- poses. People in' the north who AMan' HouseIs Store, .p. ,
eral other Putnam county gentlemen' would like to get away from the Patents.

'Twill pay :you are engaged Iu growing the fruit. rigors of a northern winter and who I.mou Htreet. Boyd Block !If I PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFUL.L.Y OOMPOUNO&D.
On the first Sunday In December a want a home away from the allurements His CastleIt PALATKA, TLA.JI I IBgall OABDKN SEED AgauU Mallory BlMUnihlp Lino.
., 1 to look at presbytery will convene at the Baptist of fashion an ideal place for + 1.
'" this specially church In this city for the purpose rest, will not be disappointed by an .7E.91t IE...-m.-.i: ;
i of ordaning a deacon. Rev. L. Investment at Lake Geneva. Major ohouM be fortified; protectedwith -

attractive line of D. Geiger, D. D. and other promi- W. L. Glessner Land Commissionerof good paint. Teu hoiuet arc
t ? the G S. & F. R'y. Macon Ga.,
i ( MEN'S\ SUITS. nent clergymen are expected to be will furnish full particulars of this burnt up by slow decay, from not Lock and GunsmithDealer I .
present. '
( being properly paint.d.IO every one
place ou application.
Miss Edith LaRock, who 1 has> been that is destroyed by fire. And yet it la Tires Tires.

visiting relatives In this city was Mr. A. E.'wUson III. costs but little to keep a house well ,

called to her home in Keen, N. H., painted, if the right kind of paint Bicycles. and Sewing Machines .
Mr. E. executive head Bicycle Tires all kinds--all atTires
A. Wilson prices
I last week by the news of the sadden U used. The bet painter in the ,
of the great Wilson Cypress' Co'smills Sewing Machine Needles/
death' of her mother. Miss LaRock
world cannot do a good Job with
1k. t in this city, and who has beenIn
made many friends while here who and Supplies.' '
but a good painter
extend sympathy.T. a low state of health for the past poor paint, give ROWTON'S.We (
three weeks took a serious turn on Bicycle; Sundries/ Etc.
F. Jennlngof Florahome waa in Monday morning when he was attacked
the city Wednesday tor. short time. with cerebellar vertigo. Dr. PATTON'S stick them on so they will stay, too, I II

Mr. Jennings isjnterested in hickory A. M. Steen was called and relievedthe 38 E. O. EARLS,
? Hats timber and his mill at Florahome" patient and at night he was reported ill I without extra charge.
; worked all the available the .
i having up much better. Though
417 Lemon St. Falatka
: hickory In tliat section 1 Is now looking case was regarded'/ as serious. Dr. -
in soft and stiff for another location. Steen feels that with proper care PAINTS.and
Mr. Wilson will soon be out again.
The Palatka and East Palatka ferry
;outtpes. His since Monday DeliciousBon
resumed its regular re-
$f +tN.
rq ; Instead of the chain night has been slow but steady. that
; will
cently. arrangement you surely fret! s Job
Aiken, S. C., andIs
\ Wilson I is at
formerly employed, the boat Mrs will look well and wear well. Bonsand We are now prepared to furnish to order all kind. of
Wilson who '
Mr. F. H.
now crosses the river by means of a quite They are economical pain because -
at Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Alder Dressed Kiln
was Dried Lumbersuch
propeller( which makes the chances they cover 10 much more
Mabel Wilson, who
and Miss
breakdown loss to occur much longer
of apt surface and wear to as
Leading lines of and gives greater satisfaction generally were In New York were notified of than ordinary pI: nu. They are ChocolatesAll
to the public. their father'alllne... and arrived here old by reputable retailers whoM Flooring, Ceiling, Sideing, Caseing, Etc.,

Mrs. Patton Anderson of Palatka, on Wednesday night. bua De.. existence depends upon Horns.Mads Candies and would be planned to figure with you on your next
Shoesfor Confederate Priscillas. the continued patronage of satin order. Kin UK up 'Phone No. Ill, or call on us at our
widow of the great' general The Modern
fied Get Color Cards factory river front foot of Old F. Dock.
.l h has returned to her home after Last week Thursday evening a and information customer fromRCkeaa"Stewat Something new added on U. H:: A

MEN and BOYSat attending the reception of the Flori- meeting was held at the residence of every day. Maull Manufacturing Company, Palatka, Fla.
da Division here as an honorary Mrs. George WycheMoso for the purpose
/guest. While here Mrs. Andersonwas club I A [rI Diag CO.
prices.Neckwear. of forming a sewing among L. A. SMITH
right entertained by her friends. Rev. I ,
the young ladies of the West Eua. h __ ___ __ '
and Mrs. Thos. P. Hay.-Gainesville A society to be known as the Modern I Palatka. Florida. Lemon St., Palatka. jOteGOGGfssi0t7uG11trOGIG ,
Sun:! Prlsclllas was organised; Mrs. Mo o ]& acwtummmtyt f JK. *j
The Palatka Bill Posting company was chosen head supervisor with I =

with offices at the Arlington Hotel Mrs. W. A. Walton as assistant sup We FurnishGood Strickland'sBread
has erected some fine bill boards in ervisor. The membership is limitedto =
r Palatka all of which are well covered ten, all to be residents of the Welt Thanksgiving Bargains.. l =
with late advertising matter. End and the meetings are to be held

: Shirts This company is this week doing every Thursday evening and attend For the holiday trade I have prepared some wonderful bargains. :
some work for the Fearnside Clothing ance being compulsory. Handmade and fully trimmed Velvet Hats-your choice of many
company, not only In theclty but Christmas presents In the makingnow only $1.90. Another lot. Fine Dressy Hats, only S3.96.: A very few ,

1 f Underwear, hI the county as well. occupies the attention of the of my Fine Opening Hats which were left all marked down to low ;is I SUPERIOR 3
r' Mrs. R. F. Adams Mrs. S J. Hil- society, but after the holidays a figures. Just received another Invoice of Stylish(:! Felt Hats. One not only
burn and Mrs Peter Uardner are in course of fancy work) will be takenup counter Ladles and Misses Hats 49c Itch to close. Groceries but BO also are his .JJ
Hosiery during which the Modern Prl>- )
Tallahassee this week attending" the cillas expect to become exp('rU in Come and see these Thanksgiving Bargains. X X X X
of the state Federation Buns Rolls Cakes
each and every line of fine needle-* = =
'7 Everything that'sNevand \\ Clubs. Mrs. Adams just Every Dayin
11. her second of service as work. Mrs. Arlene Moriaon.Designer ,
closing year
At nine o'clock work was laid aside Boston Millinery Store Pies Etc. W
for Mrs.
Federation. .
) Nobby resident' of the and the hostess assisted by Mils ; ,
Is of the club In .
iilburn president
tA r :Fall and "'interVear delegate this city from and the Mrs.local Gardner club. Is the Lulu which Reed were a served pleaalngclole refreshments to a de-, 80 Lemon Street. Falatka Florida. the = Suppose You Try Them !rllit =

+; > at. lightfnl evening. After a few mo If like them the
Reports of several citizens having menta passed In pleasant conversa- :r '1LXr.r.ftY1I"T1I.X1T.riiWhy :: : Year.Our you wagjj jj iii

lost "wads" of money during circus tion the meeting osed to meet again 0 on will call and get your p ill
day last week are coming In. One with Mrs. W. A. Walton next Thurs-
old gentlemen from the country had day evening at seven o'clock,. all- Suffer When You Can Goods aieJFrrab: and New .. orders from time to time. $

M. S. Brown's his pocket picked' of $17 while standngon members to be present and have theirsewing I and we would like to have you If Our Bakery is CLEAN, *
curb the them. ;.
; the looking parade. with call and Inspect them.
Get! Relief WHOLEf f 0
Several::! "innocent" people were Quick The Product :
y t flim-flammed Iu trying to get even Honor For a Palatkan. If It la not convenient for you SOME. P""

4lrfrt i with another man' game. It was Prof. I. I. Hines' principal of the By the ole of Dr. L. V. Bell's Florida Herbal tacalt-Jnst phone your order In to
will be.
CWmier always so, and always Putnam High and Grammar school, r Discovery.i : Ask your friend and neighbors No 84, and It will receive prompt 0. L. Strickland !=
ti Miss Kate L. Lucas has made a has been appointed one of the Judges and careful attention. ,
this Exhibit at the about the wonderful cure being effected by
special effort year to secure a of the Educational If_
line of novelties for the Holiday State Fair In Tampa, and associated the remedies being offered by Dr. Bell Go Grooms' Old Htand. ytJIrlH

i ANDGenIs' trade such as) will b.. exclusive: ; with him are Profs. A. A. Murph- f to the Ackerrnau-Stewart Drug Company L. C. t9rsJ/i!lI/t71Cll S,s rl
k 1 somethings; not carried by any other ree president. of the state college for ," and procure some of the Florida Herbal Stephens
1d I establishment in the city, and! In this women at Tallahassee and L. B. Ed- ,
k she has admirably succeeded. She wards. principal of the Live Oak Remedies. No matter what your complaint. Dr. E. F. Smith, (Specialist, of the

FuIllisner wants the people of Palatka and the school. you will be benefltted by these Greatest Kirby and Morris Southern Optical Institute, 'Jack-
county to look over the line when In These( gentlemen; all; stand In the Discoveries of the aKe. Streets ouvllle. Fla will be at the Arlington ; -'
search of somethluir appropriate for forefront of the educators! of the Palatka Florida\ Hotel Nov 28-89.\ If your eyeRneed
For sale by attention call and consult hljj
holiday /gifts. She has a very pretty louth.
Plilikl o 110.[ line of haivl,{ painted China sad Prof. Himes left for Tampa this Consultation tree.WANTED.Horse.
I many unique novelties appropriate week and during his absence Miss Ackerman-Stewart Drug Company. /ltlMftk.sgslsrlr.Ii jTbeNEWS
t' l for ladles gentlemen Myra Finley will act as principal of and ,toe.
The display if very beautiful. the high school. tl.oo a Write to or apply to this oc

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