The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 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: UF00075922:00048
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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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PAlATKA FLORDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1906. $1. Pe Year.eIT .

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H k- _- LAKE COMO. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.We .......................... '
Philip DlftKett, of "Sheffield\ Eng are Bonding out subscription

land' In the genet- of Mr. and Mm. J. no.Hcoa tills week. These notions 1 How 1 Became a Detective j

"' THE F. Oaule..Inmcs show how your subscription standson fashions take jump\ into'V "

: NEW Manchester of Cleveland, our mulling/ listIf the same :........................: form-fitting clothes again-
r Ohio, arrived lust week. His wife
and daughter and grandchildren will people who receive these noticed' also : (Orl.lnal.lI ] New effects very handsome.A .

arilvenext week nnd they ,will occupy tuko a city paper they' have to pay I was burn and brought up in the word on correct attire

>- MPERIAL0 the Ballard cottage. far It In advanco; or by the week II i country. When I came to be twenty. for the coming season.

+ >r \V. L. Dlggett vUlted Jacksonville It Is a daily That's where the city I one I held a consultation with myself
I d h With each on'a of
recent Iv. sea change stylo
.f s / editor bus more business sense than and decided that I would cast my lot q

j 1 r swellest Overcoat of the G inembotB The Junior held 1 a Christian social Satunlny Endeavor(' we have. And that's how you show with city people. Having BufDuluut cornea spaeulation an to what among is the men correct who thingto dreescarefully

the "All View C'onaKe," A your appreciation of Ills superior fund to keep ne wblle .hunting for a wear. Thuro are numbers of man, dlsclplus -

year and smartest design plum-mill Unto was spent| KeheBhinents very- bUHlness iiibthodrt. ,If one of vour situation, packed my traps, took a of correct dress, who would like to

d brought out for of loinonnda and cake were family gets married, tho New. la always train for Chicago, found a boarding be among the (Irut to bo icon wearing the '
r : r many a [E served. new style but are cMnrrcil by a fear
u glad to any something nice and place and began my bunt that they might unwittingly exploit the

"nF season. The Junior ChrUMaa Kmleavor pleasant. about the marriage. If you One day when I came to my room In wrong cut. A few brave ones take

church meeting Sunday was held afternoon.in the M. E. meet with good fortune, the News l Is the evening I found an envelope that chances as early birds, sometimes, catch.
r 1 to let know It. If had been left for me by tbe pontnmu ing tho worm, and sometimes catching
glad people
I This i ia the Coat you will gee Ed League meeting In the evening led you the laiinli. while the others wait and
3) r by Mrs. 'r. Hart. I bad left address with tbe postmaster
unfortunate have Its my
I aro you sympathy -
before for honors.
: ) worn by all the best dressers "" they promenade style
r When you die the News will -containing a simple advertising This *peclnlly there has been
sf \ winter. Dignified, simple, remember only the good things/ you card. I was about\ to throw both such a marked change in tile cut of men's

\ \ aristrocratio in the extreme it Mrs B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Rans. have done; especially will It remember Into the wastebasket when I noticed coats that ninety.nine per cent of the
d writes : "My husband lay sick for three do not what
1 wearers fully comprehend
( is thoroughly a Gentleman's month The doctors Bald that he had that you were always prompt In something written in lead pencil on the the style authorities have been up to.
ii quick consumption. card, Taking to the light I rend: .
garment. Equally appropriate paying for the paper and if we Last season men of fashion were wearing
We prooured a bottle of Ballard sHirchound can. conscientiously a good word 4 22 104 N 542(4 Oth. long, loose hanging coats with little
as a..Dress Overcoat or an everyday .I.tI. Syrup, and It cured him. say It seemed had than cloak One
for will do It. The to me that some one more shape an ordinary
we city
J Thafwai six years ago Since then you paper
.:..f. convenience. You can see we have always kept a bottle In the will do none of these things/ and been flguilug on the card, and again I /would eral effect expect tills the same season gen, a

.. 'I l D ED from the picture the distinguished house We cannot do without It For yet. you willingly give It your dollars. started to throw It Into the wastebus- (few months more pro. '

M j roe & look this new French coughs' and colds It hoe no equal." 2fio, Let every man who has received a ket. But, baling" an hour before dinner flounced, perhaps. But no
h 6 Fine and 100. Sold by erman-Stew-- with nothing to do but brood over p -the style has \
". Clothe. Flare Back gives. You will art Drug 00.Look notice from us this week, or will rater
d into its
fkdtlmar.sad New York f uiy failure to obtain a situation I eat expression
receive one next week, show us = than\] there
the model ; buy genuine crept through
down with It and amused myself try-
that he appreciates hie county paper gradual stage. \\e had
'i and GunsmithDealer Ing to puzzle] out what tbe writer had
of the
by paying I up promptly. The ma.Jority aio foreshadowing<
KIRSCHBAUM GARMENTin of our city subscribers respond been figuring. Having nothing to guide now cut by baaing calculations 4
In uie, I failed, to make even a start on the cut of the previous .
ed to our notices In less
than.twenty- 1
When I weut down to dinner I ]left lIIason.I .
I hit styl i I and you will like the Coat. In no other make can you y Bicycles and Sewing? Machines, four hours after receiving tlmn. the card on too table. Ou returning to I Form" .fitting coats have

find. tin sami unfailing good style materials and inn( hand-tailoring. Sewing Machine Needles Now let our county subscribers do as my room while debating whether I : COllie back again. It'a..

well. Or better, don't wait for a notice would put In the evening among the (far cry between loose hang
\V.mo' m.lii ngenls for tho celebrated Klmchbaum Clothing, and Supplies ing and form-flttme coats, but the style
:f but look at the data opposite gay crowds on the principal thoroughfares -
W e otter. 3 nu a splendid\ selection of the best of these unequaled Bicycle Sundries, Fld.z. !. makers, impatient for change, have issued
(garments at prices from $10 up. Wo have all the latent styles In your name, and If you" are In arrears or in my room I took up the advertising their tailor's ukase and< woo betide

Finn nnd medium Suits and Overcoats nt nil prices and( every send us enough money to make the card null began to p 7rla over the man, who hopes to wear his last win
that's In Winter O. EARLS the rltlug on It. ter's clothes during the month ..
thing good Furnishings Come and ere us. last figure/ a 7 Instead of a 6 or 0. coming
:f. After considerable study I made up Ordinarily the fashion makers are
mind that It concealed more considerate of men in moderate circumstances
my u message.
417 Lemon St. Palatka, Fla. A FLORIDA COMPANY
Fearnside Co. Suddenly a possible interpretation of (whether intentionally or no)
Clothing and give them soma chance by turning/
the 4 22 occurred to me. The day
ttnnrnrnntntntrnrnrnnnrzFIRE With i Florida StockholdersWill tho wheel of fashion slowly enough to
was April 20th. the fourth
April was
Compete For Life Insurance permit the cut of one season to be worn
Palatka Florida. Business Here.Mr. month, and the 22d would be the day later without making an antique' of tho
Y after tomorrow. The next possible Interpretation wearer.

..' I Herbert B. Race of Jacksonville I reached was 842% Oth, Sack coats will ba as long as ever this

E Inanre your property == Secretary of the .Florida Life which I decided meant 842% Sixth winter extremists will near them longer

1' :::: against Fire Insurance company, spent MOIHlayand'rueflda.y street or avenue. With these two but 31} inches is the accepted length.
1' $ 1' 1' ::
In Piilatkn making arrangements -
with links I was not long In deciding that The return of the walot.ehoped coat is
E == for future business In 10% N munnt half past! 10 nVInrtr. atnight. not a perversion of tho' military cut, as
this county. ; ; formerly] but decidedly a citizen's smart
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was a decipherIng -
H. Tucker r
blocks of .
Finley few
Besides selling a garment' rendered so by tile length between
Finest Place Intheollyto play stock to local business men and capitalists something was to happen on the the waist line and the
FOR SALE! sox BALL =: Insurance, == Mr. Kaoe made arrangements/ 22d of April at half past 10 In tbo bottom of the coat. Deeper .

I IIUFFLY ALLEY on tho Griffin Lot. I.n
play free Thursday nlglitl C: Palatka Florida. ;::; by the company as district nue. There was no Sixth avenue In winter although some man

manager/ in charge of the Palatka. the city, so It must be Sixth street.I will wear no vents at all,
Improved and Unimproved LandIn F. G. RUFFLY, Prop. mmmmmmmmmuuu ollloe, and under his management/ an was so curious In the matter thatI this being made possible by

aggressive\ campaign for business went out at once to visit 81214 Sixth the full graceful line of the
u will be Inaugurated and continued back which r
Both and Counly. street. It there was a half number I form-fitting ,
City After January 1st Mr. Steen will be line no need of vents to
In Jacksonville will visit Pal at- would suspect my Interpretation to be I
.. h P beautify tho modeling The i
-- ka one week In each month. correct. I was astounded to find the skirt of the coat will not If

The Florida Life Insurance Co. half namber. I could scarcely believe hang ;flat against the figure ''I

Strunz was organized last spring by Florida" my 'eyes. The house was only about from (the waist, thus making Ju

Henry CHRISTMAS is. APPROACHING capitalists, with a capital $1,000- twelve feet front, a very old brick the lower part of the garment -' *

000, the Block being held by lending nhanty. There was no light In it, andIt appear lifeless, but will }stand out ?
Palatka Florida business men and bankers In all was locked tight. smartly in a flare thereby completing the '
parts of the state. Offices were
4 Before selecting your. opened in Jacksonville and a cam I It occurred to me that It the person I symmetry The lapels of the of cut.the new coat will be I
for whom the card was Intended did
paign for business begun. the ,
heavier, and broader, with a long roll ji
See Felt Mattress.Pure company In. a popular one Is shown I not get It the scheme If It was n
the White Knight Sanitary Christmas Presents come which will also appear in the waistcoats.
by the fact/ that In the first five and scheme-would be spoiled. So the next No special change is noted in the trousers

Clean Healthy. I c a half months of UK life, up to Octo- day I returned It to the POBtOf C&. I unless they are a trine wider to be
I and inspect my elegant ? ber 80th, It wrote $. filOOO worth of was between two horns of a dilemma ia, harmony with the generous propor

business hi Floildit.In The first was, Should I go to the police tions of the coat.
line of diamonds watches the of Florida sent.
IIJtJ people
r with a story that would almost Overcoats too, will be formfitting
out of the In''
nearly $2,000.000 State certainly prove) me a fool? and the second again, and will share with thin undcr-
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necklaces and premiums to eastern cmnpaniesurhe
rings jacket the change of cut-that in, deep
Florida" company will assist in was to watch alone to see If nny-
I vents and broad Unlike
II least of this thing happened. I spent two days of heavy lapel
keeping at a part money
I bracelets. A full and the undcrjackots, however, of the
complete many
r ..t home for the dovelopement 01> wearing Indecision, and when the
overcoats will be cut laosa-fitting, because -
Florida's resources. The coinpuii night of the 2Sd came on I bad come the makers reason that the public
line .of everything will Invent Its money in Florida to no conclusion At 10 o'clock I wentto is not quite ready to jump Into form fitting -

and deposit its money In the various the building In question and wait overcoats. All man who are alertto

pertaining to a jewelry bunks business.of communities where It secures ed. It may seem that I should have the style, however will

It Issues all popular foimsof Insurance notified the police but who except a wear form-fitting clothes In
right prices.
store' both and
underjacket over
contracts including/ ordl- crack brained fool would have made a
coat. There will be marked
mry life, twenty payment life ana case even for suspicion out of stub a r
change in overcoat fabL -

HOUSE_ FURNISHERS, W. S. FRY Leading Jeweler. endowmeut rate from that policies charged\ at by n the reduced great gauzy At half evidence past 19 exactly a cart came I I
CAPT. M. R. RYAN. i companies and gives guarantees of "
lumbering along the street and stopped H been ruled out In favor of
what the cash surrender vnlues will In front of 342%. The cnrtmnn tones Fashionable
PALATKA, FLORIDA.! be at the end of the premium paying f
went to the door looked about him-I overcoats will show nothing
The News predicts that this Floi'Ida I- was concealed behind a tree box- but dark fancy mixtures und
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S.vw.vwywwww{ ... local popularity. The com- seconds a third, the door was opened, tone 1
; ; ? other house in
: Perhaps
D. ,,. e.t.-- ;;- pany has .a largo advertisement In nnd he was admitted. I expected to no
.. America the exclimivo of
07"Ziyr. \ expresses styles
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; this but did
paper. In the building, not.
see a light
-- tl ._ 0-__ _. London and New York so well as does the
> 1 Presently two men came out carryinga Kiraehbaum house One peculiar thing

BRACELETS. \,, : A HOT SALE.The box. One locked the door, and together about Kirschbaum clothes Is their can'l' ,
,3 ; carried the box; to the cart habit of out
,. 1 I. M. Meyer Co. will Inaugurate they failing coming every season!
: Its great cut prloe sale of Cloth- put it In and drove away. with clothes cut according' to the l ideasof

',3,50 Ing and Uent's Furnishings\ next Oh, why had I not had the courage of supreme authorities of fashion.
A line of latest designs J\.d I'j; Wednesday, December 6th. conviction to notify the police? ICirachuaum clothes are never overdonein
'1 their out and never have of the"readymade"
r The store will be closed tight\ on I followed at a. distance for several
; Polished 4,00) > Monday and Tuesday to allow us to mil ea. when the men drove Into a lane characteristics which are l
: in Jeweled so common among the various makes of
other : put the cut price tags on the goods. running past the rear of a country the The of Klrschlmum
country style
The Sale will commence WI IH A
Gold. atyls house, on which was a barn. They took clothes, ns well as the exclusive: fabrics
Colored IUTSH, and will be
and : on Wednesday n
Roman ,3.00 HOT ONE. the box Into the barn. I went near turned out by the house make them in 1

1 in tQ All who attended our lust winter's and listening, heard them up In the great ,demand by a certain discerning

Also Fancy Necklaces sale remember the bargains\ that wo hayloft. Then they came down-I getting clientele,-college men as well a. business

then gave. They were the talk of out of the way, of course-and. and professional men

styles that are the work of the county. Jumping on the cart, they drove back throughout the country.

This sale., will last ten days. Sat to town. The Fearnslde Clothing ,

and inspect. our full page ad In this paper.H. Marking the spot so that I should Company Palatka hancll-/
artists: ,Call '
: know It again, I lost no time In making cs the Kirschbaum Cloth-
M.t Him. Ing In this section exclusively -
my way back to the city and to police
"Whan you go to New Zealand 1 headquarters I simply told the In- and has all the latest

SMITH The Jeweler, wish you would Inquire after my great spector what I had witnessed and In noted.fashions and fabrics above
grandfather; Jeremiah Thompson. ten minutes he, with two policemen The company takes pleasure -
"Certainly," said the traveler. And and myself was driving to the barn. In showing them to all

Palatka Fla. 'i wherever he went he- asked for news Cautiously prying open the door, we callers. See our low prices

of the ancestor, but without .avail according entered want up Into the loft and for 10 day on another page

to the Dundee Advertiser. One found the box concealed\ under the hay

CASTILIAN BOOTS day he was Introduced to a line old Taking It back to headquarters tbe Inspector

,1'. ...............I..I"A AAAAA. . . \Maori of advanced age. "Did you ever Invited me Into his private of- Out.
VJIIf-. f"fTII VI v moet with an Englishman named Jeremiah flee, where It was opened. It contained !Mrs. Madison Sueer-l, suppose In

... Thompson?" he asked. A mmttt Cold, bank notes and bonds to tbe your Rrnco's family there ore a numberof -

and Lettuce passed over the Maori's face. "Meet amount of $243,000. historic jewels Ills Grace-Tes, Indeed

We Imve Just plnopd in I Cabbage C( THE; last word of fashion in women'sA him?" he repeated., "Why, I ate him!" I was enjoined to keep the matter a t must get thorn out some day

plete line of footwear is the new Queen Quality 1 secret the barn was watched and the and show them to you, by love. Mrs.

Mo.cial<. B.... Madison Squeer-Ah, then still
Plants For Sale! Its distinctive features area men arrested. They had robbed a banka you
.' "Castilian Boot. ; The eggs of tbe mosquito are fastened long while before and had kept the hare the tickets?-Puck. '
and forepart, a high Cuban together by a viscid secretion from the
000. short vamp proceeds In the brick shanty. Being
2 00
and the lot embraces Cabbage plants, $ shank and instep. lancet's bKlj. From 250 to 800 eggs Tb. Subn. Foronpln S
perjl.000.' heel and a high arched;\ : watched by the pollee, they dared not
prettiest pieces) ever Lettuce plants( $1.00 the beautiful are laid at a time and: the little boat communicate openly and did so by the "The porcupine has his good point1/ '

In Palatka. Would Beets and Celery plant* in season. These handsome boots accentuate; ; shaped mass Is so constructed that It use of the advertising card. They admitted the possum, "but be Is an a"'"

tor show them to Term cash with order. 6- graceful lines of the foot;and give it the will not overset. It cannot be sunk nor chose a name whfA happened to be ful flatterer, you know." a
Then rel\lIol1l we' > Plants packed in m08S.Montrose of being a full size smaller. Not In any wny Injured by wind, rain or mine. Only one of them knew the loca "Flatterer echoed the coon blankly

haveFurniture appearance inimitable but the "Queen water. It la abandoned by the Insect tion of the plunder and he wan to notify "Yes. lie Is apt to sand ODe away 1

latka.'V" Farm only is their style and the egg are batched by the beat the other of the ,time and place, feeling awfully stuck up."
and Quality" trademark: is a positive guaranteeof of the sun or atmosphere. A temperature 11
when he wu to bring a cart for It* removal
below freexlng Is said not to
Furnishing quality. And never did this signify so to tbe barn from whence they CONSTIPATION
the vitality of tbe mosquito'suse
At prices remarkably low. Palatka, Florida.NEUBAUHA la-g-tr much; as now, when shoes art being cheapened *. could better carry It away In small lot.. Health la absolutely Impossible, If r
Inspect them. i I deceived I2O.OOO reward for the re- constipation be present. Many serious
PA1N8.Eheum : on all sides to offset the advancingcost turn of the treasure and the chief of a. ease of liver and kidney complaint

R. S. /P of leather and other shoe materials. Low Md L..d.HeA + detective' bureau offered me a lucrative have sprung from neglected oonstlpa-
lumbago and .solatlo lion.: Such a dnp'orable- condition Is ,, ;
8m. .. I I 1LL
woman, I notice, always lowers position. am now examiner of suspected '
influence k04EpuY.N There 1 I. tor It.
TleM1 to the oenetratlng CROOK 11arid. unnecessary a 0111'''
H. Grace pains Liniment HERBERT her voice to ask a favor. She- clows and never go out of the riertlnn. will speedily rrfmwly realtor.

'Bnoforta of BI&U.rd'r.tlnoW\ the nerves and bone Ted-and ral... her volr It she.does oBIce on. any business of an official nature 0. A. Lindsay. P. M. Brnnson, Flit. ?

Teacher nnd and being absorbed Into the blood Its not get Illustrated Bits.I MORRIS WYNNE. writes Feb 12. 110:J: "Hiving, used.
Joachlnwon ,prePertie. are conveyed to Jlerblnn. I find It a line medicine far "
t JjPirlor! Instruction at healing part ol the bO ly and effect some I f I R. that helps the .vU harts thegood.Soer.t.e. Chamberlain's Colic, .constipation\ BOo a bott.. "''oU'I by A,
Residence. every i> .ma. m iv.
and "00 1i
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THE PALATKA NEWS Hon. Rob't W. Davis has been unanimously .see.See.**..***.********* Sat nisn Riant 1m. \\eu\- !

: I' elected>> a division com e. ..>. A minister, addressing a meeting of 01\ "to'oa.CCO"f"OflN.. it SJI&% \\QG.t.\

\ Entered at the Palatka poJlpDttceas : mander of the United Confederate the London glble society, of which the

mallable matter of the second Veteran. of Florida with the rank of : My Friend Jardin : Marquis of Anglesey was president '
I t.G\\a.. \\t.iU1Nea't's' \\\f
1, olass. _____ :brigadier general and Is wearing his said that St. Peter refused to admit 1WIs Itt'ct
..S*IS*55. ..
***SI*elSIe the
I _ r Pjbllsbed at Palatka Fl...., on I new honors with bis accustomedgrace marquis as a peer or as Welling

Friday byRUSSELL and dignity. During the reunion [Coprrlsht. 100s by C. H. Sutcllrte. ton's old omoer or lord lieutenant of A\'OU\CL t\1\d 'tCL4&QU '
4. My friend Jardin and I bad been to- Ireland or the leader of the Horse \\'u\i\\t\9
A VICKEKS.W and review at
t : Tampalast (thw nine> :years-wbau:we separated, guards at Waterloo but let him right\ .

_ : .. A. KUaSELL. Cellar week of the Veterans of the Blue be to go west with an uncle and I to In as soon as b* knew that b* was o'o"CCQ
and Gray Brigadier General Davis enter a law office at borne. W* wrote president of the Bible society SC\\UC1\\\S

got out of a sick bed to march sever- each other weekly; for three years and
.. al miles through; the hot sun with his :wer as faithful as lovers tip to this B* Fliat IB Attmnk. and Cfriitt
The French have. a saying-"Look An old Scotch drillmaster the <, 0 -
old comrades In tbe arms of the Qon- time we bad both been poor, depending so

for tbe woman"-and the same hat federacy being frequently cheered on ourselves more than on our fa- story goes, taught his pupils the art of -S 4

: been found good In English. than. but now a relative died and left thrusting with the saber until they
as he was recognized by the peeple tobatco in the famous Pied-
: me 940,000 In each. My first letter to Were quite proficient used by farmersfor grown
i ,_ Whenever a (good man goes wrong, along; the line of march. Three ways are
,. ,, or a bad man I..* found out It Is generally ---- -- Jardin after receiving the news was to ""Now" teach us to parry.; said they. and their tobacco mont region, requires and takes less
Oh said be do the curing
offer him a present at. .OOO. "you must
: I supposed there la a woman In Putnam county had no exhibit at I than tobacco
II* replied that ba was doing well In thrusting and let your enemy do the for the market; namely sun sweetening grown in
volved. Shrewd detectives always\ the State Fair, but then Putnam "
r the turning business and did not need parry; big. other section of the United States
) look to>> see what the man's connection county was always more or less slow and would not accept the money, but If cured, air cured and flue cured. any

:. ;. with fast women bas been. -about getting; In the limelightwith I wanted to double It In six months he Bav Opvovtvniitr* The old and cheap is called air and has a wholesome, stimulating;;
Wife I bad better that hat way
take for
: Sometime since an embezzling Its resources Possibly there would show
m* bow and take a share full tobacco taste that
bank clerk was caught by tracing could be traced some sort of connection of'the profit. After some further correspondence 40 shillings. Husband> -But I'vo only cured ; the later discovery and improved juicy, satisfies

I. the woman on whom he had lavish from this fact of modesty to I started for the west with got them 12 the With odd me D now.shIlling. I'll have Wlf-Ofa.to ow is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's why chewers

l that other fact that the has my legacy In my pocketI way
edinoney. county because
then, I'll take this one for 8 guineas. the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, Schnapps
found Jardin serving a* assistant In flue curing
Men seldom do strange and unu- not kept pace with the .other counties Five shillings I I. too Insignificant a

I ual things without a strong Incentive i of the stat.Jn population. The greeted superintendent each other in a as gold two mine old and friends we sum to ow.. from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than any other chewing

f _______ : and that Incentive Is nearly. always New. Is no croaker, but it Is well should. He bad prospected) a bit and especially built to retain heat and tobacco and that's why chewers of

:. directly or indirectly, a wo sometimes to be awake and call attention made a great find Wfeat saved HI_ the good thing

_ man. to our shortcomings. It is It was a week before we Miss' Opper-I will never marry iou there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass alongone
were on
But mind you this Is only one possible for this county to win the the mountain where his find was located DeDkeleen-Ob, heavens, I would blow produced by the direct chower makes other chewers
my brains out It w* wera not in the temperature
aide of the question. There la another drift premium for an agricultural dis and wbere my money would be midst of the busy season and I have so heat of flame heated flues which until the fact is established thatthere

4 : side. play. We are long on resources but needed to make wagon roads purchase much ,
to dot-FItegend Blatter.
Look .about you at the men who short on enterprise. machinery and bring ba a staff of laborers. brings out in the tobacco that are more chewers and more

are living straight and truly successful On the forenoon of the second that pounds of tobacco chewed to the
If a chameleon become blind It no taste and aroma
A Business stimulating
Transaction. day our pack bone met with a fall and

4 lives. From one bushel of corn the distiller was lamed, and ;we decided to lay by longer blackish change hue color, but remain ofa roasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps{>
has achieved honorable expert
Scarcely a man -
; get four gallons of whisky for a day to (give him a chance to re is sold than there
distinction In this world but These similar giveto tobacco are in
q which he sells for $16. Of this cover. coffee. processes

has attributed his success to the amount the government' gets $3.60; At 8 o'clock ba the afternoon Jardin Th Watchword of.Women both tobacco and coffee the cheer- those states where Schnapps has not
the farmer who raises the Modesty la woman1 watchword. Whatevertlrest.ne '
,_ good and gracious influences of .a corn gats; started out to coat around the camp her delicate MDae of modeaty., f rlgbten been offered to the trade.
20 cents the railroad and
gets (2 the
: mother or .a wife, or both. ; ; and over the trail we were to follow ber. For thIn' reaum many a woman per- ing and stimulating quality pop- yet
1 distiller gets $10.20. The retailer mlte dleaeiiof the. delicate.womanly organ Ubeoome >
But the unfortunate ones who stand gets "bell" anti the consumer get. the next day, and I spread a blanket :: BKKFavnted bec uaa eba onnnol brIngheruIt : ularizes their use. A loc. plug of Schnapps is more
over the pine needles and lay down to aubmttto Ib*ordeal of unplciaaantqu
I on the gallows, orare shut In the jails drunk-Exchtinlte. ) otTeniilve .xamlnatlonand I ol'>- economical than a much larger ice.
for life-does any of them dare to for a nap. It was a still, quiet day, aoxlotm, \local I troatmeltta, which aom phfel-: The quality of tobacco depends
B..ml..la Foltta-mea and I wa dozing when the thought clani nod n_.". oubtli.. tboimanda of cheap tobacco. Sold at
: ; tell you It was a woman's precipt or It baa been said that the French are the women. who have.taken advantage. of DrFlare much on the curing. process and the plug Soc.
suddenly flashed over me. that Jardin .
by letter
offer of free ooiiaultatlon .
example placed him there? the most polite people In the world, meant me 111, and I found myself sitting have been led to do to .by the eecap thus. otter kind of soil that produces it, as expert per pound in 50. cuts. Strictly 10
The merchant at his counter the writes correspondent in Ban ed from a treatment repugnant to modasty .*
our lady
up before I knew It. I laughed Any nick woman may writ to Ur. Pierce, Buffalo : that flue cured and 15 cent plugs.
; clerk at his: desk the carpenter at Sebastian, but I do not think anyone aloud at the thought If my own >. Y., In perfect confidence: all letter being tests prove this

his bench the farmer following the who really knows them will sgree. mother bad been there and told me treated. and a. mrlotly all anawera private being and sent aaeradlyconfidential In pisineneiopeowltb I

i plow, the statesman on the forum, However they have some charming that be meant me Ill I would not have noadvertlelngor: other printing: I ,: -- -

the sailor on the broad seas-all men little ways, and when they are rude It believed It. I lay down again and upon been them long. Ir.bailed) PIaroes am Ood-aend Favorite prescriptionbaa to women." i J.: REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. c. I

: Is because they are deep down thor- then It struck me tbat'be had acted It makee weak : women'
everywhere are made more true selfish Is well.. Favorite P"rI.r'JI.I'::: : : .:: ;,. no alcohol.
L and kind and faithful and because oughly ily personal opinion rather queer and constrained sine All Ita Ingredient. printed. on every
manly that the Is about the : f -.-.
Spaniard most delightfully start log. J3* bad written me to bring bottle wrapper. ..

it : of the Influences received polite person one can possi- gold from Denver. H* bad mad sure Price i Cent G. S. & F. RRILWRYThe

',. sometime and somewhere from wo bly encounter. If you ask your way In that I brought 138.000. He bad almost AN ORDINANCE.

.- man. the street of some ordinary woman bidden me away In the mining village -

; .' Whenever you see a real man, she will almost certainly go out of her and be bad Insisted that I take another. To provide for the auditing of the accounts THE SUN Best Route to

fl ( anywhere, you may confidently way to accompany you down tbe street name and conceal my home address.HI of the Chief of Police of the

: "look for the woman." and to carefully put you on the right excuse at the time seemed more City of Palatka, feedlngclty Prisoners (Baltimore M
She by no means always lurka In road. They are very cheerful and gay, than enough, but now when I began to and to provide for their discharge.Be Now Sells for 1 Cent, and Can ,

.. the shadow of crime. By no meansIs but they are never vulgar a* we understand argue thing point by point I was It Ordained by the Mayor and City lie Had of Every I)ealer Americus. Birmingham.

r the word in England. Even stunned. Taking the case wholesale Council of the City of Palatka Florida. Agent or News Boy at

she always a temptress. the men In the streets who stand and as you might say I believed In him as BHCTIOM I.-Tbat hereafter the Judgeof That Price.All Valdosta.

Ah I no; It l Is she too who points frankly tare at a pretty (girl do It In In no other man Taking It point by the Municipal 'ourt of tbe City of .

to tbe sun-kissed heights of success. a light hearted, pleasant way which point, I bad to conclude that he bad Palatka shall audit> the accounts ol the 8.....,....... In DUtrlot. of Chief of Police for '
feeding City prisonersand
doe not give oenae. As to the man torn evil scheme on band. Virginia, North _South <<:...Uo..
bill claim of the Chief of Police
"I did It'! seems to be a popular of to the no or P.na.ytvania D..wa. Train North Bound.
ners Spanish men belonging Jardin wa absent for two hours and >> Daily
of said city for feeding prisoners, shall
phrase since the defeat of the Ever .
And Throughout the Untied Stoics' Can Get
best society they are almost perfectWatch
then returned to report all quiet I be paid until same shall have been audited
glade proposition and as to who Is TUB BUS By Mill. All Cent Copy. Leave Palatka No. 3. f:80 No.
of distinction address a in 6:40 a:.
a Spaniard p
the real hero l Is a debatable question. began to watch him now, and knowing I and approved by the Municipal
hi* mother or any elderly lady well I did I that Judge of the Municipal Court of the Arrive. Palatka, Southbound, No. I, 10:0I: p m.
d The Palatka :News Is Inclined to bun as a. soon saw THE SUN AT ONE CENT .. No. 9,10:30
: a m.
place the crown on Attorney H 11. and you will see a manner which Is be was 111 at ease. He no longer look- City of Falatka. Florid.. .
tender and and at the SECTION 2.-That no person who has Is The Hlgh-ClaM Paper. In
burn's expansive brow, while tbe caressing same ed me in the eye as of old He was Cheapest*

friends of Maj.] Alex. St. Clftlr- time exqulsltelr protective. London nervous and furtive. I found a dozen or may hereafter be committed to the The United States. Schedules given' above are subject to change| without notice and the
Abrams say he was clad In full armordurlngthependingot Tribune. city Jail, of Palatka by order of the Municipal 1 time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.
reasons for .uapectlng hIm throiiKh- ;
THEBTNH itwctal eorreNpondentn'
Judge of the Municipal Court of ; : : : :I
the entire issue ., tbe United Mates well In hnrope, : ,
out a* a*
and was always In the thickest of A. v........... ow.... To the west of our ramp the side of the olty of PaUtka shall be released rblna. South. Africa the Philippine. Porto Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga Noshvllle
the flght.-Ocala Banner. the mountain rose sharply, and there from prison until bis sentence shall bave Rico CUba and 'In every other i.art of the St. Louis and Chicago. \: all-th -year-round. Elegant sleeping cars between
.. Nearly all the (giddy youth of the were several great bowlders almost expired or fine shall have been paid as world make li the pleated. n.w..p*|>er that use Valdosta and Macoir!? Also Pullman sleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta
_______ As the News did not accuse Editor neighborhood attended the charity Be printed
If it bad been the the case may be. except upon an orderof ..
York bureaus
towering over us. lu Washington and Hew are Handbome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between
Harris of the Banner of any part In bazaar and one by one they drifted to rainy season I should have feared that tbe Municipal Judge of said Couit. among, the "bout ID the United Htaie. and; give: Valdosta and Jacksonville. Macon
the defeat of the amendment It a stall wbere a tiny shapely, scented made and entered lo writing on the Tee sow e ,reader the .srlIs.l I informationupon
have become loosened .
of them -
some might all Important event In the iegbIaiIeInd Information to
as rates routes
would seem as if be ought at leant gray kid glove reposed on a satin and fallen down on us. After docket or minutes of said Court. nn.ao'.Ia.' ..*of the country. etc. will be gladly furnished upon application schedules to sleeping oar reservations
Szcnoif a.-That all Ordinances or
to treat fair In the cushion. Attached to the cushion was THE FARMER'S PAPER.
us matter. The supper we smoked talked of old timesand
parts of Ordinances that conflict with O. V. WILf SON
> Ticket
notice written In delicate Depot Palatka.
a a feminine ,
News did not even attempt to place cared for the horses, and about 9 this Ordinance, be and are hereby re turn BUM*. market report and commercial ,
j hand which ran "Tbe owner of this o'clock Jardin suggested that we turn eoiumn.ar.conplete.nd::, : ra.tableand put the S. F. PAKROTT, Vice Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES Qen.
tbe crown on "Attorney H11 barn's pealed. farmer, the morehaul. and, tbe broker. In touch Passenger Agt
expansive brow." What It did do glove will, at 7.3O this evening be In so as to get an early start In the Passed In open Council this 7th with the market of Hal it more., Norfolk Charleston !Macon Os.aip .
pleaaed to kiss any person wbo purchases 1'0..1"0.11. Cbtc KO. Philadelphia. and
small .
We had
morning. pitched our day of November, A. D. 1900. In the United -
was to say tbat, "Among thoughtful all other Important. point State -
a sixpenny beforehand. tent and gathered pine needles for a .nd other oountrle.. All of which tha reader
; men in all part. of Florida Hon. S. J. Tickets were purchased by the score, bed. and the night was one for sleep. HOWELL A. DAVIS, gel' for one cent :=l SOUTHERN RAILWAY. +

"' Hllburn's contribution to anti-drain and at T.3O: a long row of sheepish, not Jardin seemed to fall asleep almost at Attest: President City Council; THE WOMAN'S PAPER. N. II.-The following Mbednle figures. are publUheil only aa Information and are not guartnleed.

; age literature Is conceded to have to say doggish( young blood were assembled once. but I could not shut my eye f. N. BLkCK WELL. Tss Butt I. the boot type of a newspaper. -

d o been one of the most telling arguments outside the stall. I didn't sigh and kick about and Jar- [Seal) City Clerk. new.morally of the and. day Intellectually.:It publiahea* Jn the addition brat feature lo the' ::1 VestIbule I'rclue Last. Yo 116 No beLe WorthandWset. I NI

made for tbe defeat of that Iniquitous Then. punctual: to the moment. old din must hare believed me to be sound that can b* pren.nt.d,uch. aa faahlon anlrlmi, -- - -
Tom Porson the local pork butcher, asleep when h. finally rose up with the Approved Nov. 8th, 1906.A. and mlcllaneiiuii ...llIn". from men and women JackminIII.. So By. 5l'ua, imp L. J.u.llo, .Ia.s ,. '
measure. It awoke hun of I. 7.1
not and It !I. etliioatorof
I promtoenc an
and Iv 8a.anllall, Out .h 117 I llOp: 12 ,los. Ar ......
who weighs twenty stone Is almost USINA. Mayor. u. ..s
the ,
utmost care, looked at m* for a moment blKneMt character conittantly atlmu- .
Al' Cuhllllb'' .80 .
dreds of honest citizens to the vital By SM1' UtSa by Its
:\.0 as beautiful as a aide of bacon and then, taking the crowbar :latlnic:. life.vu. to.noble Ideal In Individual' and llatlonal Ar Vb.'"""..... ... 80 II' 10001' e 54aAr t : :: .( :t: goRy : .
Importance of Its defeat. to the front of the stall."Now Order For Publication. UrII..ro 80 R11 his If Sip C ...
stepped from the pack walked toward thebowider. Sow t I. p..hll.hed.. on Sunday aa well an Ar l.a.III....... .110 R) thOu a lop 0.1..0.11..1. I Stop .
: That the News Is not alone In this other of ... o
tha .k.
gents he said In his every day %I'Clnolnnatl _
young .. What earth be JudicIal Cir Ohio C 7 '
on was going In the Circuit Court Eighth Q top .
.... T o
Richmond ... _
.80 11.1 '
: :; opinion It submits tbe following from best "buy buy buy," tones, "this '..re to do was beyond me until I slyly cuit..Putnam County. Florida I -In Chancery. By Moil th Daily Sun, $3 a yean including Ar Ar- ..... .. .. 80 By -S 170 4 Sop 4JpL.aebb. A ., I.... .. .. 7 lila

the Florida Index of Lake City: glove belong to me. I bought It this followed him to see with my own eyes. the Sunday Sun $4. The Sunday A. Chartotteevllle .80 by 5 e lOp Ar Toledo a&tDein.tt =
J. I* Phillip.Complainant "I ,. :. .::::.:: :.
:. "In the morning. Now I'm ready for Bill fo'Flo..n" Sun eJo". $1 Ar Wo.hiugton .110 Ity g.,. e Sip ...
; opinion of the Index, tbe you. I found him digging and prying be- year. .
Pblill"ps:j Defendant. 5 Wvorce. Ar Baltimore ,... ...i. lilt it 5... IL :yap/ .. ___ JiCcf
j I ,< best argument against the drainage Come OIL Don't be bashful. One at a hind tbe biggest bowlder and that Addreas Ar Phtladolpht*. .P kit I ClIp a Ills !.. I .
It by affidavit appended to the .. Op .
appearing .s
timer In line with the tent : A. S. ABEU. COMPANY. Arhswvora .eLd 1"10 e Ar r.ouleyliis. .
amendment was that of Hon. S. J. bowlder was right hill n4t! In the above stated cauae that B"I I SIp'
Hllburn, of Palatka." But nobody cam on.-London Tele and only fifty ft away. I thought at .Florence.named. I.Pbllllpa a non-rceldent the def of..nd the..nt Btate therein.of PublUbers and Proprlaton. Through. "Tbe Land or7:Sky.:. 1-;:;SOLv ; .r S. Louis ......by iiilui 7 !. ..

fr (: graph. first tbat ba was looking for gold; that Florida,and that. aha ..a, resIdent. of Pent- BALTIMORE. MD. II.m'o.b.m. AlauS. S(tIp

: And be wa developing some sort of a find broke, la the mute. of Georgia and that.. --- Jacicouvlllle" Fh. ....... .80 lty. T'Lv II p :::.\. Mo.:.Frlute5 105 .::
now echo of the
: comes as an Bard W..... la' over the age of twenty-OUM' year, ana thut AN" OltDINANCETTo .Savannah. o. ....... 80 Ry 15 1.ls
... ...
show In the I held to ; .. ....
to m* morning.
recent strenuously bitter state campaign there la no person In the MtAt of Florldn.upon Ar """I..mhl..SC.. ... ...80Byeoo,", ArH $ .. / .P .
A farm In Pennsylvania once Ark..I 5
.. woman this Idea for three or four minute and mhoin the aervlc of Hubucpna wouIJbind Ar Ao..I1I.. N C ...... to B,. I sop p.la. :
: In Georgia the statement tbat such Dvfttudnnt l It la therefore onlpred Provide for the Levy of City Taxes .
: said to me "I never hear any one sing I .or Itaoulllo, Teen 80 Ity e Sip
wa. about to address him and (give him that aald noii-reald Defendant be and nbc .. Do. IS .""Th Mill
.r Col. J. H. for the year 1906: .1.0..11I. ...... so ity 1 Stis' Florid Limited. Tally
Estlll of Bucket' without
Savannah editor the: Old Oaken a
I B- the laugh when another Idea entered, la hereby required appear to the Bill of Be It Ordained by the City Council of St .tto ip vestIbule. train through. day. ooaohee and full.
of the Savannah Morning News and shudder" For fifteen years she bad my bead and brought out the gooseflesh UomplHlnt. tllutl in Mid call* on or before the City of Palatka. Florida. :: D I'-'I.: :: obi ...: :::Q:C : ills man.'sleeping oars Jaokaoiwllla lo clnUnsall' ,

,, '., one of tbe defeated candidates for done the cooking and washing for a all over my body. MONDAY. the 7th DAY of JANUARY uf That for the purpose of securing aa Blrmtaibam, M.mpb. and ..o.a. Oily.
1W7. otherwise the allegntlona said
I family of six: with no other water supply roll that t..p.. I be equal and uniform rate of taxation and Mo "Wanhlngfnn( and Via. Limited." Daily Dining' Car.Excellent.
has Jardin to
governor sued the Atlanta: Journal was working giant will taken aa confea by aaldfondant. I L's- I .*","" 1"1111 car '...*... .
than wbat abe had hauled out of vllilitoNew'iork!
bowlder down the tent and m* as to pay the appropriation for the current -
the Hoke Smith: for libel upon ,
organ, It I. further ordered that tbla Order he .
well thirty feet deep means of tao and for tbe 1 0. H4-"Ne York aol Florlla
a nearly by xpeue city paying Kipreai"
I It matter not to be .
to his slept was a ar puhllahiHl once a> week for ft ooDiwcutlv" Daily Pullman. ,
placing damage dignity In the of a bucket Baths In winter were almost gued. It.was murder b* bad been contemplating evka In the Palntkn New, a new.psp.rpubllt.hed expense of tbe Fire and Water Departments between Fort Tampa Drawing, ]iick Room.onvllla Bleeping and, Car Dining Car Service on
; Haw
sum of ysO.OOO.( It will be remember. out of the question and even in In mild County and Btate.Wltnex there shall be levied upon the Yo.1I
ever sine be bad written hand and official' Heel tbla, .
1' ed that after the votes were counted the summer they were regarded as an to wstl Some might the Ittb: day my of November IMNI.in "". Real and Personal Frop>ity In said citya Bullet.No. ID-Dolly Car Pullman. Drawing-Room and I all Through Trains.t. .
me come men Sleeping between
Tax of III l) Mills the. Dollar distributed Jacksonville
Col. Estlll' friends apologized for occasion of more tban ordinary importance ha,. acted differently In my place. ;; rl. .f JOBEPH' PRICE!:, a* follows upon: hi. Lout.. .

",, his poor showing by saying that hit for which preparation bad to They might haM made their presence -v- Clerk Circuit(Court. Getieral Beveuue Fool. Eleven; ((11)) JAS. -

, ; campaign was at least "dignified." be made hours ahead of tbe great known, exposed him. played the hypocrite By M.R.I.OOX RAVMOHD!!:. Pmcs, IMputy clerk. Mills FBEEMAN Diet PaseeDler"Ageat i; lOB W, Bay street, Jacksonville, .

event A cubic foot of water weighs or what net I did nothing but Solicitor for Complainant. Fire and Water Fund Four ((4)) Mills.

''I t The State Fair which closed at sixty-two and a bait pounds and In wait and watch. -. Sinking Fund, Five (5) Mills. 3 U.Lorm nAu.Er, J. WhITeS HILUASD

Tampa yesterday has been one of the all these yean tbe number of tons The man bad worked for a quarter of Passed In open Council this 7th day : p.ld.nL H cy.and Tress

1 '. most successful ever held in t beet ate, this woman hail lifted had mad poetical an hour In my light wben b* passed Thousands Ban Kidney of November A. D. 1905.HOWELL r CHURCH SERVICES =s sOO The G. Bailey Co

.( both as regards variety and extent of allusions to "Iron bound" and around to the front of the bowlder to A. DAVIS. O OO Ccc m Loper

exhibits and attendance. The "moss covered" buckets a good deal remove a stone He shoved the crowbar Trouble and Never Snspect it Attest 1 President City Council.
: success -I like saying "rope" to a man about to under It and gar a heave, at the J. N. BLACKWELL 81. hloNica'sCatyacig! Rev P. Barry. Fire Insurance:
of tbe fair is due largely to the be hanged.Farwlug..John.o. How To rind Oat. rector.-Sunday i Holy Communion at

.4 Intelligent efforts and direction of .ame time turning his face toward the Fill bottle or common glass with your [Seal] City Clerk, 7 a. m., Mass at 10 a. m Sunday School [ and :Foreign
I tent a* If to see It I was astir. The big .eatlingAmeriean
water and let it stand twenty-four. hours at 3
; November 8th
? Col. T. J. Laud Approved 1906.A. p. m. Rosary and Benediction at
'. Brown its president, I om Actora. bowlder moved. It broke out of It* bed a sediment or set 7:30 p. m. Third Sunday of each
ji and that It will result In great Rain Although! be wrote plays Johnson of a sudden, and Jardin Jumped to escape thugindicatesaliunhealthy U8IXA. Mayor. Mass at 0 a. m. Instead of 10 a. m. Companies

to the state there can be no doubt. claimed not tl) be fond of players.. It H. jumped down bilL It con NOTICE Of' APPLICATION FOB Week day: Mas-i every morning at 6 :.30.)

:i 41 States, like Individual business enterprises When Boswell suggested that we might caught him op and rolled over him In a dition of the kidneys Tax Deed' Under Section 8 of Chapter "Way of the Cross"on Fridays at 4 p. m. Accident Insurance:

respect ,n grent nctor Johnson cried: flash and then was over the tent and ; it it stains 4888 Laws of Florida.
must advertise In order ST. MARKS
linen it i Notice I II Bev. FrancIs
hereby given that D.
"What air a fellow wbo claps a bump the trees until It finally your The Travelers of Hartford
crashing through H.
: progress In these day. and the State. evidence of kidney Bohannon, purchaser of tax certificate Rlchny. rvotor. Sunday servlois/ : 7 L
qhw L Fair at Tampa was nothing more on his Lack and a bump on his leg rested far below. trouble ; too No. J194, dated the 4th day of July, o W.. Holy Communion : 10 8.'m., Sun

? tban a full and cries, '1 am Richard HIT* Nay I ran to Jardin as soon as I could, but frequent desire A. D 1906. ha fUAj said certificate In my day school: H a. m., marine and sermon: Life Insurance:

.,' page advertisement of sir; a ballad singer Is a blgber'nian." found no man. I found traces of a pass it or pain office, and ban mad applcatlon for tax 7-30 p. m.. Evensong stranger are

Florida resources page that bad No doubt Bos well bad Qftrrlck In mind man Instead. H. bad been ground into :: the back I* deed to Issue In &ocordanoe with law. welcome, seats free. The Old Reliable "( ermaniJ

I J : readers In every section of tbe union ..when after hearing. Johnson say that the) earth. The was hardly a sign of also convincing proof that the kidneysand Bald certificate embrace tbs following ST. JAMES MITHODIST' CBTOCH. Be,. (

many of whom are sure to become be liokcd on players all no better than the camp.I bladder are out of order. described property situated In Putnam J. F. Bell.. pastor. Preaching 11 a, m. Life" of New York :

r1 settlers by reason of the advantage dnn'-lng do,". he timidly suggested, bad loved and trusted afellow being There is comfort What in To the Do-knowledge mo county Florida, to wit: Sunday school 3 ::30 p. m. Evening service

ir L. *o alluringly and cogently presented "But sir you will allow that some for fifteen years. I bad bared often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's A* to nl of nwj section II, township 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes
9, range80 acres.The Marine Insurance:
lessons In players are better than others." "Yes. with him and he with me, as brothers Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy. day evening at 7:30 o'clock. The lacra-
: as object opportunities said land being assessed. at the
r ment of the Lord'.
sir' ss some dogs! dance better than share. W. trusted each other alone of fulfills every. wish in curing rheumatism Sapper each Drat
' for date of the Issuance of such certificate In
getting on in the world. Sunday. All are The CompaniesAll
liver bladder cordially Invited, Leading
others. in the back kidney, to
I ail mankind. I would have Imperiledmy pain the name of Eat :B. O. Cole Unless said attend these
t,. To our mind the mot telling all and every part of the urinary passage. services.
shall be
life for him at any moment I certificate redeemed according ,
LI these object lessons consisted of the A Black M.... It corrects inability to hold water PSasBTTVRIAN Promptly
would have placed my last dollar in hi. bad to law, tax deed wllllseue thereon on the I CBTBCR. :Kev. L. B. Claims
dally crowds of happy well-fed. Most trading steamers whlcb wish to bands bad be asked it Who and wbat and scalding pain in of passing ,' or 10th day of December.;A. D. 19O6. Lynn pastor Sunday service. / at 11 a.

,. Jt well-clothed and prosperous FloridIan study economy and effect' hare their Is man anyhow Shall we ever get to effects and following use that liquor unpleasant wine necessity or Witness my official signature and seal m. and 7 ::30 p. ni. Sunday school 4 p. m. Settled.
4t aft mast painted black. It th.y did beer overcome this the 31st day of October A. D. toeS Stranger are welcomed 10 all the.aei
: who flocked him M. to often .
( to'the Fair from know QUAD. of being; compelled go vloes of this
(Seal] JOSEPH PRICE Offlo 18 rL
not the want would soon be sullied and to Front 8t, IALTa.
." all parts of the state with to during the day get np many
money by smoke and would look very dirtyIn $100 Reward $100. time during the night 'The mild and Clerk circuit court.Putnam Co. FloridaBy BAPTIST Ciiuacir. Kev. J. I. Farmer -

I: cremate. _____________ i I consequence. Tha amok from th.vI'a The rradera of Ihla uper will b* pleaaad 4 funnel carried backward by laa lber !.at Ivaat one dreaded dlaeaa* i. soon realized. It stands the highest ing at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Baptist'Younn
Once again does Rev. J. O. Raw- the forward motion of the vessel and that. ............ baa been. abl..to cur. I In all Its. for its wonderful cure ol the moat distressing Administrator's Noticed People1* Union, 3:BO p m. Strang European Restaurat
and that la Catarrh: Haifa Catarrh er made
lings, the Georgia murderer get a 1 a ac ea. *are welcome
"I a the mast would look grimy If It was Cure la lb.Only poaiure ..ore...... known. to casesIf. yon need a medicine rtottee la hereby given that thirty" dnja
r' respite but only for a day, and this the nedlda.1 '......all,.. 0........ Dolor. a eonillutlooal you should have the beat. Sold by draggists after dt.w. .. ajliutulatrHton of the*.. All Furnished ,
painted any_other color than black, dlMaee, require. a ooamltutlonal. and _.-.wIler sue tat. of B. 11:. Morgan. deoeamwl, will apply Confederate Veteran or Des;; ROO
to avoid any unpleasant memories to .. m fifty-ceat by petition to the county' Judge or Putnamvounly cendants
.........a. Hall Caiarrb Our taken Internally : of Veterans Bath
I disturb the South Conference BEST LINIMENT ON EABTH. _U... directly upon th. blood and. You may have a sample bottle and a riorlila I for leave ami authority to e. of Honor desiring Cross- Hot and Cold
Georgia 10......* ..._ of the. .,........ tn ro* datnurlni book that tell all anil at:;r'"dr: : penile: sale 1 the tallowing will please apply to
of the Methodist church which Henry l>. Bald well, Supt. City Water Ib.. foundation. of tha dlwnu and .lrInr ...,, bnlonulng to the e>u>l, :ulalii Mre. Patton naerlloo PaItk.. Fla.l At
about it both sent free : .. .
aaed and .
dec d.-'
follow without
Work. Shnllstjurg. Wl. writes. th* patnini I aii n tB by baUdlns up ibeeoMUiallon '" *! Thea delay.
'f ,4 : will be In session at Valdosta on the and atelaUnc. nature In dolns Itawork. by mail. Address Dr. *V4 of tha aw u. **o twp a, 5acre. ; ii.jj3jt
"I have tried kind of liniment .1aOI:4L:;: : :
,L' .If..I set many The proprtatora h..... nucb twin fa lueamltv Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton ; pt get..5. Irani: nook 1 James & Varjies,
day for the banging. Bawling but I have never received! l much benefit power that may offr On Hundred When ntaae**sw-p-s-a mis 7.fwp 5,raugs mi, 1..II..n.1: /:,rrw III If you want to get your moChamberlain's '.Worth
tees I II bttla to our*. .Sand N. Y. a* of SW >i ol aw H.eot, two ll.range and see
was formerly a member of the con until I used Ballard' Snow Liniment IMIIars for any eae -rla a
aid Rod .
: this and don'tmake South to
writing mention paper 54. emit. pay do Ale COL use Fla.
It 0>r ll.t of taeuoxmtal* o( til* Peek'. k-u& Palatka
I think
and Tar ,
for rheumatism pain. __.
: ference. By potponment of the A4drs. r.J. CHSMBT 00,Tol the best liniment on earth. 2So. 600 Take Hail Ta.U' ItUm for.tlpaUoa.. and a. B. ROAN --- -- -
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rook
hanging; for one day, the conference name. 1, B. MOKUAW, Coughtecdy!
and tl.OO. Bold by Aekenuait-Btewart K. Y,, ll-IO-tti Fewer Gallons Wears
addrc >
... the Biagkamton: Adnilnutralon.
wiU have
-' adjourned. The NEWS, 'IJ30 a year. Owe
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: l1 I. M MEYER CO :; '

,:,; : Dissolution .Sale It j!:

I i to the whole business '

Destroying Cost Profit Everything Starts '
M. '

fi'hM: :! -' R .world., WEDNESDAY DEC. 5TH., AT 9 O'CLOCK 1 .

5 \\Ve'are,dissolving-the senior member of this firm is AND LASTS TEN DAYS ONLY t:

retiring from the retail busii.eas.and!. his interest amounting to b JI.

I: $15,000 must be j.aid for in cash, therefore we are compelled
to the market THE I. M. MEYER CO. Palatka Fla.dissolves
f[ place on without reserve our 29000.00 stock J
of the finest grades of ,clothing, hats shirts, underwear etc. ,

for men and boys at leas than cost at the mill. We ask the over 29000.00 worth of men's and boys clothing, furnishing goods, hats, etc thrown on the market to be sold in 10 days
t; people of Palatka and vicinity to help us raise the cash. We

lit cannot emphasize this appeal too strongly, that the money This Store is'Closed to all the World Monday and Tuesday, Dec 3d and Dec. 4th.
: must be raised in ten days. The entire stock will be sold at ,

Sensational prices in order to raise $15,000 in such a short No one allowed to enter until the opening, TTlTetiliesday, Dec, 5th. Over $15,000.00 in cash must,be raised in order to buy

tJ: time* When you come to this store on the opening, out the interest of the senior member of the firm, who is retiring. Thousands upon thousands of dollars to be lost in profits and actual cost! \

as they must raise the cash. :For over 15 years this firm has been actively engaged in theclothing business in Palatka handling the best mer

Wednesday December 5th chandise made on the American continent, never exaggerating or mistating a single fact. The senior member of the firm finer a most successful

I career is retiring from business and the remaining members in order to raise the cash necessary, offer the entire stock for Ten

Days at Half the Cost of production.This '1

i you will question; your own eyes, because, in many instances, is not an ordinary sale. It is not the kind of1.. proposition that is usually placed before the people." This stock mast: be sacrificed ,

f: the stock will be sold at half the wholesale cost. Stop and at the altar of necessity. It is demanded by a situation that does not appear but once in years, therefore (competition cannotjifford nor }

;'.':. think, not half of the retail price, but half the wholesale price. dare not meet the offerings of this occasion. In every instance, every price quoted means a terrible sacrifice:
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You may think this rash, but radical action is necessary, there
fore our appeal to you. We need your help and believe*the This Firm Clings, to the Truth '

people will respond" to this appeal, that will benefit all and every price statement made, no matter how seemingly ridiculous will be backed up by actual values. It is an astounding' } money loss,
concerned, (Signed) for at the most propituous season of the year, the best and finest clothing stock in Palatka I is slaughtered. r :

L I. M. MEYER CO. Sale Opens Wednesday, December 5th: at 9 O'clock. j



': One lot of Men's Suits all to match. These long, loose fitting overcoats, perfectly Peerless suits. These fabrics are in the main heavy overcoats, splendidly tailored andtrimmed.
!issuits are poaitively worth from $8.50 to $10.00 or made. They are mostly of handsome plain Beaver English tweeds, French and English worsteds, superbly Former price 18.00. Dissolution sale
; your money refunded any time during the sl le.:1j cloth, the collars fit close to the neck, the linings patterned in a broad variety of artistio ef price ... ..
a fects. There dozen distinct models in this
: Dissolution sale price are good ; they're perfect in cut, style and making.: are a \
which of the
offering are triumphs designer's art $9.85
Former price .fO.OO.) Dissolution sale ,
tailor's skill Values Dissolution
$3.95 and the $17.50. .

$3.95 price We offer for selection a line of high grade .D ,
I :Men's nobby business suits, well worth $12.4>0. $9.45 overcoats, embracing your all the moat approved models. J
: They include a splendid selection of single and don :Mun's, overcoats, made to sell for $10.00. This The weaves and colorings range from the aristocratic
PO, f ble-breasted styles of the most dependable fabrics, line embraces some of the best values ever o fie red. !Men's snits, excellently tailored, representingall black Kersey to the most pronounced 1 fancy effects.
I' : including a variety of weights and grades, in dress- They nre made of heavy blue heaver! cloth, long the recent. models and superb styles, in both Never before has such coats boon offered for less
r' : ,,1 looking mixtures, small checks, broken plaid effect. loose fitting, also medium length. Dissolution sale< singlo and double breasted( effects, which will be than 20.00. Dissolution sale price :
r. Worth .f 12.5O. Dissolution sale price price worn by fashionable dressers this season. The linings "t
and 1 trimir.gs are fully in keeping with all the
:f $5.95 $5.95 best qualifications of high grade clothing: We claim $10.85
them the of $20.00 suits the market.
equal any on
r"J 7.85 gives ;you the choice of a magnificent/ i assortment Another overcoat-that is a stem winderisone Dissolution sale price Your choice of the finest Kerseys, meltons,
of men's suits in single and doublebreasted we offer at $7.05.> These coats are as fine as ever tweeds, friezes and fancy mixtures in overcoats that
I models,made of the most desirable cloths in the you saw sold for $18.50 of splendid black or Oxford $10.85 represent the designer's art and the, tailor's skill ina
newest coloring, and tailored in the latest style. Frieze; also the new stripe or plaid effects are mall, Men's fine dress suits, extra values, equal in marked degree. Regular price, ::2:>,00. Dissolution I j
... ,4 Better made garments have never been offered by with the full back, concave shoulder and long skirts,
to the finest custom work. sale
: any firm under any conditions for less than 15.00.( ) actually worth $15JO. Dissolution sale price every respect They are price
.Jf values such as have been sold at 25.00. Dissolutionsale
Dissolution sale
t price
">a $7.95 price $12.95Boys j
$.,.8* I Si 2.05: ,

Boys and Youths Suits. Fancy Vests and Pants and Youths Overcoats.One 1

E.41 Boys two-piece knee pants suits, single and double breasted styles. Boys knee. parts, Goo kind, made of cashmere and tweeds. Dissolution lot of boys Kersey Reefers, ages. 2-to 8, former value J'J.OO. Dissolution ;.:'oJI 1\\
; made of durable fabrics. They are genuine $2.50: values. Dissolution sale sale price I Bale price
1t: price 37C $1.69 4
,. i4 Boys two-piece units single breasted Jackets trade of all-wool onsal- Man's Fancy Vests, former price $2.50. Dissolution sale price Boys ultra-fashionable overcoats In all the swellest of novelties and
",:j mares and chevolts In nobby, up-to date patterns while the workmanship $1.37 staple styles, ';;.00 values. Dissolution sale price
.l':" and finish are superb; their value is $3.00: $'1.35 and ':3.50. Dissolution sale Men's fancy and plain striped worsteds and fancy casKhnere pants form- $2.39
/ prlcs' erly sold for $3.73: : and $3.00.: Dissolution sale price
i $1.89 $1.69 Youths overcoats, long loose fitting, mode perfect nnd trimmings are "
.. fashionably designed good. Former price 7.BO.. Dissolution sale price
: For $3.41)! >> we otter an all-wool youth's 3-pIece gulf
} and stylishly executed of the most desirable fabric. Including Heather Men's fine worsted) dress trousers" narrow striped. Something real $3.95
J. mixture and fancy! cassimeres:suits that are ready sellers at $7.60 at well nobby. Formerly sold for $t60 and $5.00. Dissolution sale price '
:i worth the price Dissolution sale price .$3.69 Young men's overcoats that are the peer of any you see elsewhere at '
B $ $13.1)0.) English ulster cloth, also Kersey meltons, and In all sliiiclefl.\. Hal. '
"'' J'49 ian lined. plain lapped seams all marvels of goodness. Regular $12 value. ,
?I *5.05 for young men's high art tailored suits In Herringbone striped oas- Dissolution sale price I
r.;,' slmeres and mercerized worsteds. ., single or double-breasted suits that were
formerly sold for 12.ooand some for more than that. Dissolution sale price -- ------ Anticipate Your wants in Furnishings at a Wonderful Saving. $5.95 f
r. "' $ .O
HATSOne Derby ribbed and fleeced, Men's elastic seam drawers.' 75q 25o linen handkerchiefs, 1;
lot of men's flue soft hats odds Boys uulaundered shirts, regular60o line shirts and drawers, H5o kind. value. Dissolution sale price39C mixed hose.lOc quality Dissolution black sale tan price and some Initialed. Dissolution sale '
kind. Dissolution price sale
and ends, values up to .:.00.. Dissolution Dissolution price 4o price
sale price. 29C 33C ;\1 en'.85o knit gloves. Dissolution Men's 150 quality black hose. 14c '
$1.35 Men's 75o negligee soft shirts. Men's $1.60 quality silk fleeced un- sale price Dissolution sale price Men's 25o suspenders. Dllsolutlon ,.$
derwear. Dissolution sale price 18 Cents Sc sale price -
Men's O soft bats In all shapes Dissolution sale priceMen's .
790Men's Men's linen collars. Dissolution Men's 33o quality black and fancy le:
and HtyloH. Dissolution sale price Men's 60o) suspenders. Dissolutionsale '
39C $1.60 silk plush shirts anddrawers. sale price hose Dissolution price ,
$1-59 $1.00 colored stiff dress Dissolution sale price 9 C.m tBoys' 17c price :i4tcMen's
in shirts. Dissolution sale price 75o Iaunderp4 shirts. Dissolution Men'n lOo white handkerchiefs. fine dress gloves. 1.00 val. .
k Men' regular $3.00 soft hats 89C !
Dissolution sale price4c ups. Dissolution priceSUC
I sale
t fashionable IIhape..and seasonableshades 48CIifen'sh60Negligee Men's nightshirts Made of outing price
1 always Bold for.$9.011.: > Disco shirts.! Dissolution flannel and domet,grit quality. Dissolution $5.00 youth.38 macklntoshe.Cents Dissolution Men's IGo white and fancy border Men's extra fine dress gloves. $1.60 '
lution isle price sale price sale price \ said price handkerchiefs. Dissolution sale values. Dissolution sale prices ) )1. I
JAI $1.95 <. 89C 48c !$2.4/i; / price 7o 7$ ,
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4 We want the people to know that the honorable dealings that have characterized this firm ,in the past will be ; .::1,i

Store is Closed upheld :during the CRUSHING DISSOLUTION SALE which starts on Wednesday ,Dec. 5th Store is Closed ;

and lasts 10 days. Every item priced whether it Is a $10.00 suit for $3.95 or $roo shirt for 39C will be found to all the world Monday
&': to all the world Monday
: and Tuesday and on the counters Just as quoted. ,We cling to the truth, though the senior' member Is retiring from business. and Tuesday and ;1' k

will open To stay away Is like throwing away dollars. will openWednesday

Dec. 5th ( > CO. Palatka I Florida. Wednesday Dec. 5th

at 9 o'clock I.I MEYER at 9 o'clock


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'i .........................* Additional Locals. i Wee DoaJo.r, ,
Benjamin Harris Brewster. one time I

; |: IN 1815 : There will. be regular service 1 in attlot'lM7.1, was a most unique Same .. Pie.q sad <>.. alee **.
the Baptist church, Dee. 2d. A Chance For His Life Established 1820.
C'; Sunday I I(00p1'l'lC. character According to his Idea be .._.__IIt.* sake !
Ordination of deacons In the
morn- was always faultlessly/ attired, and bIlL la abundant I
d e........................: Ing and baptism In the evening. Throughout Cuba: game
makeup one seen would never be for Door though not native, have flourished I
100000000l i Ber. J. :J. Farmer la spending this Wt bp Hooter Soracits. gotten. He usually wore a bell .shaped multiplied greatly. Rabbits

e r "**Cane theM British hotrod. They week In Jacksonville In the Interest In toe three gun battery at Fort Culver while silk high bat with long whiskers" are plentiful; also the wild boar so Fine Groceries, Prompt Attention
of Sunday school work. I'
would hey. taken CTtiytblDC except i was a hone named Knreka. oa It. a plaited and trilled white shirt called, the wild pig the wild dog and Given l0 AU

wr *oal* bad wt not fought them The union Thanksgiving service Eureka had been with the battery' for front' ", with a high standing collar cardinal the wild cat of the bland. Wild fowl, Choice Coff*?*, .

and beaten them and now they want church last evening. at the Presbyterian over two years and bad made two sue : necktie or scarf, buff waistcoat specially ducks and pigeon abound. Teas aid Mail Orders.
was quite largely attended.
maroon colored. Prince Albert coat the former crossing. from the southern ('
our bodlea on toe aea to sate their and the sermon, delivered by Rev. ceaafnl Indian campaigns when a tragedy .
S with gold button :yellow troupers states during the winter season, while
1pa. Talk about tbe right of March.' J. F. Bell pastor of the St. JamesM. : came Into his life. One of his bind Household Aiticlt l Careful Eh'ptnent.
K. church patent leather shoes and soft frilled the latter remain on the Island the year
Imp .sing British _mea and all was highly Instructiveand legs began to swell, and In three) or wild
greatly enjoyed by the cuffs' which matched his shirt front round. Pheasants quail snipe!
f that; they're trongvr on the water four day he was disabled from duty. around his wrists. On the thumb of turkeys and wild guinea. fowl are. also

than we. and If* her they continue The veterinary took: him In band at his left band was an amethyst ring numerous with. several varieties! of ,

to show their aerpeot fang Ob, for the The Armory"I'blLllk Thursday lriYlalt dance evening, given by' once but made no progress.. The limb encircled with perfectly/ matched diamonds game birds such a* tbe permits. tojosns.rablches Dry and Fancy GroceriesThe j

n Paul Jonea to com down on this the Palatka Athletic Association welled to three times Its normal size and a bunch of old fashioned and tbe guanaroa.

ahlp and treat It .. be treated the was. a great social aa well as a financial and no remedy was found. to be of seals In heavy gold setting dangled The only distinctive/ native animal: Is Best the Word' ords 1

8 rapla! aucccea. There were about 86couplea avalL More than a doaen ...terloarLea.a from his watch fob. This was his the Jutla or hulls ratline In appearance ,

r'' p.rtlolp.tlag'td'the dances, llller and citizen bad a look at the usual makeup when he attended to and black. It grow to a length

b "I anppo It would hare been more with probably a hundred spectators horse before a final verdict '01'...pronounced business st his office, which was In the of sixteen or eighteen Inches, not lu- and Retail Growers in the Word: 1
aenalbl for m. to go to word Instead and all enjoyed the evening Im and". all knew what the end old Freedmen'a bank building opposite eluding tbe talL While eatable. It Is Largest Wholesale ;

4 of r Iattng. Then I wouldn't be in mensely. would be and all pitied him. At the the treasury department, or visited not ejpeclal'y/ palatable. I with a National reputation, (found.'J. 0: Quality Square :

this cabby note, a man with a cntlara Cbaa. E. Rowton. will. as usual be end ot three months the leg was no the TTnlted States supreme court to Cuba baa more tbau 200 species of Dealing and Low Prices THE FOREST FOOD
to. watch me. Methinka bees getting! headquarter for holiday goods his better and the flat went forth that be participate hi cases which concernedthe native birds Including/ those already I

leepr head old stock is the largest ever brought to was to be abot"Corporal His voice mentioned birds I PRODUCTS. "
t Drop your again government was pitch: as game many possessing 1
fellow and Palatka and will be opened and Brlxton and guard will ed In and this peculiaritywas the most beautiful plumage,
catch It paamodlcally. A. a blab key
ready for inspection on Monday Dee. take the horse out on the prairie and Lowest Prices Prevail
few more nod and jouTI: not count 3. See his announcement ID another Intensified by his sartorial ptu but those with song are rare.
shoot him read the and the
him In localities crocodiles\ and
which always made conspicuousat
column. swampy
for But what I
mach If
aa a gnarl
colonel added verbally "And do U as any: gathering. Apparently be wasoblivious American alligators (caimans) are Our tremendous trading with the leading American
p could: leave this bole I can't'tet out Tb.re.1I1 be "
ii.OO: ) worth of merchandise decently as would shoot a man.
yon of the sensation which his found and although these frequentlygrow \ markets to effect unusual sav
of the ahlp. One, two", three four five, thrown from the roof of I. When Eureka was ready: to be led and European enable u
almost Invariably" enst.charJ..too .. to an enormous size' but
M appearance of
all-alx bell.. I wish the fellow wouldgo out Meyer Friday: Co's morning tore. Dec.Be on 7th.the look forth to execution 9UO men Insisted on New la paid to them by tile natives. ing. We give the benefit this to you

to. .. I'd Just take a turn about gathering to bid him goodby. He was .

the ahlp to atrrtch my: Uga. The Catleu n......... everybody'horse to admire and praise. Tea A... Ca..b.r. Chameleons\ small lizards tree toads Write us lor our "Table andHome"

Now for It B. doean't tlr. Good- A myriad\ of men are born. They labor but It was only the battery men who Many a man who baa gone into business and similar harmless Silurians of diminutive .' and Price List
bad the privilege of rubbing his archedneck Catalogue
.' by, my: hearty.; I'm going to. see what and sweat and struggle for bread; with the notion that be must haveaa size are very common whileoccasionally

d one of hi* tajeaty'.tip. look like at they: squabble and scold and fight; they and smoothing his velvet/ nose. extensive plant In order to succeed the Iguana and other largevarieties of intense interest to housekeeper.
and telling hum that be should never be A every
for of the lizard are seen. magazine
scramble little species
mean advantagesover has found that he has undertaken too
:3 In the morning. Everybody aileep.That'
each other; age creeps upon thraa; forgotten, though replaced. Strangely: much. This "'was the experience of an Few varieties of snakes exist In Complete, and beautifully illustrated, from which you can
a One sniff of air even If It does
Infirmities follow; shames and humiliations enough, the aliment had not affectedthe Arkansas farmer, who for many :years Cuba. One of these, the maja from order the year round. Blank order.form enclosed
I, come through a porthole.Vbaf. In horse's health.
bring down their prides and their general His eyewaa fitfully/: tilled farm of 200 acres without ten to fourteen feet in length. Is a
II beret A canvas bag on a bonk, with Just aa bright and his spirits just
vanities; those they love are taken making at any time a comfortable semi-domesticated reptile. If such a
abot tied to one end. Wonder when from them and the Joy of life la turn- aa high as when able to move with the living At last be sold! tbe land to five term maT be used, for It is most fre We Pay Freight Charges

they're going to to** him over. I with burden of swiftness of an antelope. He rubbed found about the huts, farmhouses -
: ed to aching grief. The pain. Italian families, woo took forty acres quently order of
of will
his muzzle the cheeks of the On receipt price, any or over
against $20.0
li- they'd toss me over bwtead. I'd rather care, misery, grows heavier :year by each. A northern traveler who passed and small Tillages its favorite

'r I, make a dinner for ahark than work year, ; at length ambition Is dead, pride men and whimpered for sugar and that way and was attracted by the living place being In tile palm tbatcbe b shlppd. freight pr.'pajd. to any Railroad Station East

d h. forgprttUb" tyrant; Wonder If the la dead, ; vanity la dead; longing for release when be men went limping away caps came neatness and evident prosperity of the of the old buildings, while Its favorite of sipp!. .

s watch on deck are all awake. Reckon, I Is In their place. It comes at off their and throat felt a lump gathering In man farm entered Into conversationwith food Is poultry. Another snake named

Iat-the only nnpolsoned gift earth one of the proprietors. the Jubo Is more vicious In disposition
r' they are. Tbee Brltliher> are good at The wound the hill Refunded Goodsare
cortege over a be than the maja. although never. reachIng Money
ever bad for them-and they vanish "How much bind have :your i
discipline. No, I can't go op there. quarter of a mile away and then descended '
from a world where they were of no asked more than one-third Its size. It *
I 1 "Suppose-*uppoe I could get toed consequence; where> they achieved nothing Into the valley and the pace "Forty acres." said. the Italian. not poisonous. TIle other varieties are not SatisfactoryThis

.overboard In place of this dead man. ; where they were a mistake and a was that of a funeral procession. WhenIt Is It all In UllageT" till smaller In size are seldom seen.

'1, Where would I go to T To the bottom failure and a foolishness.. There they: was out of sight of the fort PrivateDaily "No, Indeed! exclaimed the farmer. and not venomous.-Havana Post liberal offer, anJ abso.ufe; guarantee, is war.

ni of coarse 1 ouldn't get oat of the bag. have left no sign that they have existed ; asked of Corporal Brixton: "Ten acres are all one man can attendto. ranted by the high qjality of our goods, and the universal
I "Corp. are :ye a man or a scoundrel reemllaur ...... GI.... A.I...",.
bq and the hot would sink me. 1 might i -a world which will lament them I bought the rest for my sots" satisfaction wherever sold and used.
find a knife to take with me. But I day and forget them forever. Then "I'm a man. I'd have :ye know", and Ten acres may seem like a small A peculiar light giving animal found

4t couldn't swim ahore. We moat be off I. .- myriad takes their place: and the rye proved. It fifty times over was farm to most Americana bat carefully In southern California waters is the

all they did. and goes' along the 1lDa'IO'.r.ADd cultivated It produced for the Italian heteropod. The beteropods. dazzling
G the Massachusetts coast Wonder If same profitless road and vanishes aa have :ye got a heart In :yet more revenue than 200 had for the previous white and almost shapeless, can often

their lifeboat are fined with cork aide" they vanished make room for another bosom owoer.-Youth.. Companion. be seen floating on the clear water. d

? I piece. If I can get enough cork to and another and a million other "As big a*a beer keg." Their bodies are almost transparent O

l h float me and a knife FU try It. If myriads to follow/ the same arid path "And would :ye murder a helpless club Tot Take Fill. and they have In addition to a long 135-139 West 42d New York.

still dark or duck. Hello a knife: through the same. desert and accomplish : baby: r"C1ag A very /Urge and sturdy orange tree tall a powerful sucker by which they Steet
"Who'*there me If I would! I know what cling to _....eed. When these creatures Address Malt .
h what the first myriad and all the was growing In a small pot "If that O p..te"t.
T "That fellow nearly got me. It It myriads that came after It accomplished: yon"are driving at, and yon leave It to tree" said the florist "didn't take pills are Irritated they seem to fmlt

hadn't been for him I'd have been overIn -nothing.-From Mark Twain's Autobiography me. it would require a pot as big aa a a light from all over the body, thoughone

the water In another cecond. But I In North American Review.Oricla Half a mile across the valley they bathtub to grow In. But It takes pills writer describe one In which the .

I got the cork. I wish I could have dip: came to the fringe of bushes and entered like a hypochondriac. Chemists agricultural light-red In this case-seemed to radiate -
ped Into the boat I might have secured of the BaU_.. them. Eureka bad but the slight experts make plant pills- from tbe center of the animaL Of

'- a cork jacket Instead. Now, Ill The word balloon means "a large eat use of his "leg but> be hobbled on pills no bigger than chestnuts that contain all tbe light giving ..l1Im.1ebe\ salpaIs

ateal back and try to summon nerve to ball. To Montgolfler of Annonay after a fashion and made no complaint sustenance for six months a kind said to be the most wonderfuL Like Holiday Announcement.

1 r r get Into the bag. France!, the Invention of the balloon Is On the contrary be snorted and soughtto of tabloid food. These chemists analyze the beteropod, this animal Is provided

,t' There, my: man. or. rather. my dead credited It Is said that be was led to dance around a* In the day: of his a plant's ash and make pills of with claiper that enable It to fasten

man. :you slay under that bunk while I turn his attention to balloon making strength. By and by a glassy glade tbe constituent salts. The pills In- to seaweed and rocks. So plentiful are

take aleeplng place. I'll have a French was reached. Here was food and wa they In Californian waters that the Dolls Goods
your from the following Incident: A closed In a metal cover are buried In Toys Fancy
,'.. hard time relating the bag. AU right; laundress, wishing to dry a petticoat ter for a hundred horses, and the corporal the earth at the plants roots, and the Santa Catallna channel which Is from ,

I reckon that'll do though they: may quickly: placed It on a basket work called a halt salts gradually dissolve and diffuse eighteen to twenty miles wide and

notice bad lacing Now come the frame over a stove. To prevent the "Dally and Henderson listen to me." through the metal, giving the plants about forty-Ore mile long la at times Wholesale and Retail
worst of It. the waiting. be said. The orders are to>> shoot Eu literally covered with them as far as
beat from escaping by: the opening at day by day the sustenance that they
-Eight beKa. the top of the petticoat she drew. the reka. I won't""Bully require. Pills are also applied to weak, the eye can reach. Covering the entire

"0.... belL belt string closely together and tied for you old mar! they shout sickly plants, which they: help wonder surface and gleaming like gems In the The present season marks the seventeenth year

i "Seven bell*. I moat hare dropped them Gradually the garment dried ed. fully.- sunlight tbey present a beautiful picture.

P ." asleep Strange that I could sleep In a and became lighter and as the stove "I shall have to report him dead, butt These animate constitute a delicacy of my handling Christmas goods, and I have naturally -

dead roan' bag; but now I think of It.Tve continued to give out best and rarefy; will be a Ue. and If either of :you ***mm*** sleet I much sought for by whales..

". not alept before for two>> day*, not the air concentrated! under the basketwork ever betray: me 111 have a bullet ready The so called bessemer process of Some of them shed a silvery: light profited by such long experience, and have care

since thee racal took me from the frame the petticoat began to for :yon In the first skirmish that take making steel by injecting\ air blasts while others yield blue and others red
the of this section of the
Molly Boyd move and finally rose In the air. This place. If I was cold blooded enough to Into molten iron was discovered first light fully regarded requirements

i 'They're coming. Here they are. so astonished the laundress that aha shoot down a horse like this I'd want by an American named Kelly: and

The leaving off of that slot came pret ran to her neighbors and asked them Uncle: Sam to>> kick me out of the army known as his air boiling process. After Rivers That Fl.w Backward.Near state, besides acquiring a thorough knowledge of the

I and me own mother' to go back on me. the Ironworkers bad seen It done they Argostoll a Sown' on one of the
ty near Ittight
betraying me They've got ,to come and witness the strange sight best sources to procure Holiday Goods. Many of our
Make ready now-aim-firer! Greek Islands, four little torrents of
? enough this time. :Never O mind :Montgolfler was among those that still would not>> believe It "Some crank

the I urlal ervlce. Oh God. to listen to I came in. The petticoat suspended In The carbine shots rang out. Thenoise will be burning Ice next thing they sea water, rolling on an average fifty- goods, especially Dolls, are our own importation, enabling
one's own burial service! That's what I I things to did not startle the hone In the said. Some of his customers when five gallons a second penetrate Into

r,is. it U. my burial service, ril never get I I him midair and suggested he returned greater home 'II1theom.thlAc least but It might have been beard they: beard about It wrote Kelly that the fissures of me cliffs, flow rapidly us to give lowest prices as well as the most

I out of this alive. What a fool! I to think about" He at at the fort by any one listening. The they wanted their iron made Ather In Inland and finally gradually: disappear

could have submitted and lived. studying work. on different men bad aimed above the horse and the regular/ way, and not. by any' newfangled Into the crevices of the soil. Two of desirable articles.
once began their bullets went. singing through the these water courses are ..uldeotpo..eml !! / .
Q The Lord have mercy on my sonL kinds of atmosphere and the Invention method, or' not at all. When ,
Will I never get this cord cut? Down.down of the balloon was the result treetops. the first blast was so strong that It to turn all the :year round the This stock, the largest, most desirable, best
r! "Is be finished r asked the corporal wheels of two mills constructed by
What an awful down! If I melted the Iron the spectators roared
as he turned his back on the feeding aD enterprising Englishman. This selected and most up-to-date ever shown in Palatka,
don't do It In another moment the water to E...... A_..... with laughter at what they called
a' above will hold m. under. Besldea. French officials! are said to be particularly horse."He. "Kelly fireworks" and laughed for seems at first sight absurd oa the face will and

.z. I cant bold my breath so long. Aha! I strict In their discipline! of is ..Ir.aOll..ered Dally. ten :years at his "folly.: When Bessemer of It but It is quite easily explained. b opened on display
Then heaven rest his soul for a good The hills of \the Island of
old Introduced bIlL to the Brit are soft calcareous -
Goodby, shot>> ; you may go to the tourist A lately returned travelertell process
4 n bottom. Tm going up. Whew that I several more or less apocryphal horse, and forward march" lab Ironmakers they: too, roared with rock, fun of !fissures and sack Monday December 3
For four or five days thereafter the laughter at the Frenchman"and up water like Immense sponges. Inconsequence
was a long breath stop! Oh. blessed stories to Illustrate the state of affair "crazy ,
I air! Let me get rid of this bag and rna I An American lost his footing slipped men of the entire garrison lookedaskance would not allow the "silly. Idea" to the pool In their subterranean -

breathe easier Thank heaven It l.n'tr I down an embankment and fell Into asmall. at the three men and drew be mentioned In their records.. The caverns are always lower than Before buying come and see us, get our prices ;
away from them. They had acted the surrounding sea. so to restore the
night."Odds! shallow pond. As he scrambled steel rail proposition excited only derision.
under orders, but they had shot down "Bosh! Nonsense balance these little brooks, fed by thewaves You will find them low.Chases
Stuff! !
i t 'p.: ; nsh! I didn't think the ship dripping up the embankment to>> the Humbug .
t Eureka. They knew what ailed their are always descending Intend.
said the railroad directors
was so tear I got under th. water footpath he was confronted. by an
+ comrades, but they kept their own when It them. But The curious :yet natural result of the
jj, t Just In time to tubs being seen It arm of the law. was proposed
s counseL The report of the corporal after road had tried It the constant evaporation of the sea waterIs
wouldn't have one steel
mattered. They'd" bares I "Tour name! Tour addresaT demanded Rowton
was accepted without question, and that etgantic of /
masses salt
mills could with the
not keep
a the
thought shot bad slipped off and'HN' this uncompromising person. np orders
the Incident passed Into history.Had inHard are constantly forming in the caves.
the dead had arisen. I sent
notebook In
Eureka been well In limb be Strand hfaguina.taw
fr'i r- "This la tiresome aDd I'm the astonished
getting But I fell. began
would have made his back to the Headquarters for Goods
hangry. If I could only have come upon American. "I only*- .. at Drewmlaar llaa.Tienxtemps. Holiday
fort before dart As !It was he fed Ks wlaam..
a few herring In the befON1ea.lnc "It Is forbidden the famous violinist
galley The man waved his arm. -
and drank and slept They bad given Korea I* the oldest
: the ahlp. Let me see. Judging to betb.ID this lak.be said used to tell the following story: When perhaps country
him bIlL discharge from the service-: In the world and Palatka Florida
the customs and
yl from the position of the sun It must firmly. "1.01 not here to listen to crossing London bridge one day be actions ,
and he
bad made outlaw/ of him.
an that go to make up tile dally life
be an hour or two past meridian. Nota extenuating circumstances." was suddenly brushed aside by a _
bad no further right on the lines or In wretched tatterdemalion who climbedtbe of the people are not at all governedby .
ship yet sighted. I'm near theC'OO.St
the stables. He did not out of .
r'', j and should at least see th. sails A q......... move parapet and plunged out Into the the logic or tradition which movesus

T y, of fishers What that on the hodr A correspondent ...- to a newspaper the midnight glade- that big day timber or wolf night came About out river. The foot passenger crowded on our.enlightened way. They haveno G. S. & F. RRILWRYThe
clearly regulated
SOD 1 Ite a call cure enough. to ask the author of this couplet: of the foothill and circled around him around Immediately: to watch the unfortunate that sports, nothing ap
Tee If* getting /larger all the while. been sent to man aa he rose to the surface part could be likened to a
How much the fool who bas and glared and prowled and the horse
If. coming straight for me. Rom. : and In a trice some one shouted. gam They past most of Best Route to
ahoyf"They Excels: UM fool who hu been kept at raw: up. with painful effort and made Til bet be drowns! their recreation hour swinging In

-Ship : bomel ready to defend himself with teeth and Two to one he'll swim ashore! was straw rope swings and seem entirely),. Macon.
t. bear me. They're luffing! to Atlanta Columbus
boof. The wolf did not attack however .
lIe had written when he answered : happy In the straw ,
h tie wind. Thafs the barely tbe answer. The rest of the pedestrians a T tops
pleasantest found and when daylight came the cripple If .. made,
extremely durable
sound bin own query having Joined In tbe betting .e I andan Americus
that boat
coming down from
In search of Birmingham
the source of the lines and bow he had babbled: up the valley Meantime Vlenxtempa rushed down stand considerable as my ,
,, her davits-I've heard In a long' while.Tm welbt.
S them. from Oowper's a more secure retreat That was In the be when .
misquoted They are to river bank secured a watermanand Jad t Valdosta.
? 1 d .f' In luck. This way.: yon lubbers.What the last days of May. The valley was _
S "Progress of Error" and read: rowed out to the rescue. Just. me impose weight upon
are :yon steering off two or three not settled and the horse bad It all to
s hath bass seatExcels the boatman was about to reach forthto the standing the shouldersof
IS r points fort Cant see me for the Bow much a dose that himself except for the few deer buffalo n 0 Montgomery and Northern Points
after the
"5' to ream grasp the poor fellow who by this 0. manner of
rollers WeD. I am bobbing up anddown dunce that hath be a kept at and wild horses that strayed In occasionally
: acrobats.
e> time was floundering about In tile water I may be very floe pastime. Two Train Daily North Bound.
a good deal, but lye got used to kernel I .
having lost his desire for death, but the avenge Americas It I.I safe. to
It There.oo.ra. Now keep that W. are not sure but that aa la frequently June. July and August cam and would find Leave No. 2.
Sa' too spectators above cried out: "Leave say Injt very little P"latta. 6:3 a m' No. 10. S:4O: p m.
5 r course tai you reach me."Who the case with misquotations went and one day early; la Septemberthe him alone! There's a bet on Itr ppL Arrive Suthbound. No. I. lOO! p m.

a'' JS am IT Never yon' mind till the popular version la better than the battery was taken oat for drill. TIM oarsman drew back Into the .. e.1 DI_ No. :. m.

yon get me aboard your ship. Did yon poet's.-New York Tribune.Brains It bad been at work for half an tour boat and the unfortunate wretch sank A dma was railing.against Lw. di! -
bring any rum' Coed. Here's to the with evolutions>> when It suddenly; wheeled
before their eyes. to have the divorce! ? .tar* and stripes! Don't they look fine gram. of Gnat .._ Into position, onllmbered and went law that ..... enforced In ancient time I of !departure of train U not change .-

after being imprisoned under that of great men vary very much.It into action. and the guns began to Green" be said. "If that old gu.ratted.Tbrugh
/ i Brlttth rag? Anything to eat? No.Well Is found that men of encyclopedicmind boOm. Of a sudden the men set np a ala alalar. clause was tacked to Greek I ? Pullman? can troO Tlfton to Atanta ChaU.DooK"Nahvlll
A little boy was on hi* knees recently every and Chicago ."
I VL1Lul. -'ho-y give way hearty. I can think.bat have Urge and heavy brains wild cheering. Captain lieutenant and at night and auntie staying In the I am persuaded that dlyo araUo. and ,.COII. Also Pullman Elegllt.le.plul
v; i I can't talk-not till r_ filled my Gladstone bad to wear a very big hat- Brut sergeants sat. oa tbelr horses In laU off to wd' sleeping Atlanta
'i "It la a pleasure. per law
house was present. e Handsome
bread basket. FT done thinking with an enormous bed of gray matter a.*.....In.: wonder at such a breach of aha said to him afterward, "to' bear was. that ...be 1 a man got a d"on be Valdata nisi Parlor Jacksouville.Can In .nlce on Train No. t and 3 between Meson

enough for a doaen J'U right; and numerous convolutions. On the discipline but It was only s moment not

you'll: have to hoist me aboard other band, men wboee genius la concentrated before. the puzzle was. solved. Gallop yon speak saying earnestly:your prayers ADd seriously so welt Ton and -._t und woman any fm.taDI than eta. will lii2Ii1iM/0 rat.. route.. aahedules. .Ie.plot carre.erT"ll.ui

'' i ""Well now Fve eatn and drunk : upon one Une of thought are lug toward them down tbe sloping hlH- mean what :yon say and care about It." b.s.we YODI, a Itlal,lurul.l.d upon application to

gI 1 IH ten yon that I'm an American seaman of mH brain and consequently havesmall aide with man and tan flying la the "Ah." be answered ".... bat aunt!. .., not much to look at.t.bat be.. O. WILLSOM Depot TI.le Agent. Palatka.
ql Impressed by Britishers and escaped. heads. Newton. Byron and breeze and his heels In the air half the many divorce! suits S. F.
bear would be Viqe
:yon should me gable"R4 PARRO Pre*. CHA B. HHODKS. Oeu. passenger ,1
." WENDEIXCLM-LEA. Cromwell were In this class. Kansas: time was Eureka.! M. QUAD hi the If .Dipp ,
: b
.1 1aa Macon
1 1i City Journal.Tfc after .
t not
S lresl.ea c,_
A_ Odd Caress -
A.-I say old mILD do me a favor' "J'o.ome than the wives _
Mexico has a cactus which grow' ._..;.. Lite .( Old Colchester/ Is Ens-land's f' '"t oysterfishery. they .
east off!!
and lend me $S. B.-Sorry bat Ira -Philadelphia Bul
toothpicks; another, ribbed and thickly This ls said to be -strenuous" age : and so match of the v smith and led a.
S. I :;'" 1 set with toothpick spine which furnishes Doctors or people who dabble la tb.dodor' fame of the place, is derived from the quite Impossible. A Impossible If
And such a wealthy man' B. thePALATKA
S the natives with combs. There tile with yes are you are not reader of
art talk about "pacewe Industry that the aessosi Is opened -I know but I cant part with myIDOIMJ" Yo Im m ....... a
55 9s ?tt '. Is another cactus, the long curved splnAa all live now, the stases and storm of moch ceremony. "The city fathers sail It Is a keepeak.7 father. "I'd hate to do business ... that
of which resemble fish books. There la- In the twentieth century the .It
i life In England tf the fishing ground, sad mayor .-.fcakm-Wlttblatt of Vienna. Judge."
t k another which la an almost perfect<< Imitation and so forth. Bat are we all sotremendously formally assists la raisins the first -Whyl""Because I

; of the sea urchin Still another. strenuous' T Are wegreater bivalves. Afterward U fulfillment
dredge of _
i'1 GI ead seems to like his
I: resemble a porcupine There is another In will or work than Englisb- of aa ancient custom theN Is Han Porter (to person soliciting favor t terms."- 1b NEWS

... covered with long red hair which meaV were In the Elizabethan age orthanbey a luncheon, at .hIIIh! the distinctiveluury ,I at a ministry)-The minister reI ,

S U nicknamed the red headed aetna were say-we' take data at Is gingerbread washed down ,I cdvM from 10 o'clock to. midday I Be on the-lookout Friday morning ,

; L Jr i randonv-ln 1908 T English literature with raw gin a eosablnatUHs which, a -AD the other "bat at Deo.
Don't fail to get some of the merchandise rtgbtsays I 7t. Th.re.1 b thrown from I
brown from the roof of I. and history do Dot show convincingly London paper assumes will fix the .t what hour doss be ....r-Parie rtcera. I tbe of I. Co'* store you ought to be. $1 Year
BC. Meyer Co's store on Friday moro- that this I* so._London Saturday :Betttrw. I event la anentovfor eeveral days" I2GA0> worth of m.rba4. a

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N eI ...es a.*...Sal e.......a... "Vlil i IiI17 he I Is"nof her to return ..eeeeee.e..e..e..ee..e.e.I transfer must be made without the 5eSSS.cS.S5ce......SSC5 She didn't loon like a]

the compliment of the brother-in-law and Percy Shun
knowledge .

I i : ;: : Found His Anchor : "Oh of me I can Is do my that opinion for him of him.) Bis" opinion I A Deep Laid Scheme \ she purpose.had designated the. place for the : A Woman Collector j i business try her woman So I at gave all,her her but an out I concludedto order for American

; started
the money
............ .............. "Superior persona are usually disliked .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee "May I not act for you, madam I ............ .e55eeceo.. 055 "It was 8 o'clock when she left me. ,
their lnferlona""Bob
by : said .
deal of anxiety
[Orldnal 1 [Orll'lnl1l.1Since (Original l ] >;: and I waited with a good
Chlchester Isn't my superior, "I only wish you would< she replied."I meet
;young man trudged with a prljcht- this story hinges on a I was Shlrla & Shlnn." to !learn bow Shine would
.J- he said< with remarkably good nature. name will" give you an order for the papers I "The firm name her backIn
,,17 step along a dusty road. .A. farmer "We're two of a kind-a pair of may as well begin bY' saying that the If you will consent to bring thorn to said the retired hardware dealer, "andwe this new enemy. I expected Beauty

V saed him and looked back. The knaves." name It binges on Is Francis Randolph me." dldu't get on from the start I about on hour. Four o'clock) came,
I and .hedldn.t
-B, 0, ,
t.. stranger was not of the cut that was "Knaves always consider other persons Forbes Now, the letter F written Is That I did not mean. I would not bad a /good trade and wan obliged to but no collector In fact, she didn't

S ,usually, Been walking la those parts knaves Perhaps that'. the reason simply an Incomplete H, and I have often permit :you to thus place your Interests be on the road most of the time. This show that up.night uor the ned dllrDOl' :

such persons preferring an automobileor of :your opinion of Mr. Chlchester." had my letters go to some H. K. In the hands of a stranger. Give me left the buying to my partner. The show the up next nor the next A \reekpa..d. Corsets
"And the reason of his opinion of Forbes or II. It. Uorbes or some-such the name and address of the person kind of
a carriage _.Not that hl> clothes trouble was that he wasn't any and I beau to think Sblun had
me. and I have were to meet here and I will
received such :you
were especially flue It wen something per It salesman came along Funny, wasn't It? Every
: her.
; i a buyer. a murdered
word tot that and
o "I hare only ;your ,, sons' letters myself, make a new appointment for you
In the general appearance of the young with a cock and bull story about a man I'd sent had come back afterhavlur
since you confess :yourself a knave I One evening upon calling for niy This only strengthened/ her confidence -
the only
\ man himself. give that for It."' She snapped her fingers mull ut my club 1 was handed a note In me She Invited me to accompany sick wife and a dozen or so starving lieou thrown out;

I Climbing a atone wall, he entered a viciously. addressed. In a woman's familiar hand. I hot home and I did so. As soon children Sulnii would buy a bill of I'd' sent didn't come back at all

n ,wood mounted a allgbt rise In the "May I ask a reason for this defenseof Five years before Maud Twining had ''f as we entered she unveiled and1'8veal. goods of him bather we wanted them, "Thcu I fancied maybe or the a part woman of It

r ground, then descended to a small artificial a man you have never Been?" refused me, and I was sure this was to ed the features of a woman of forty- or not. The consequence was that every had collected the money At the same timeIt

,\ 4 lake and crossed a rustic bridge The girl hesitated She knew the reopen the cunuA I tore open the envelope two or forty-three. While explaininghow time I came !In I found the stock and gone off with It that I bad stupidly
folly of chatting thus confidentially and the contents with I came to consider her note as In- occurred to me '
While pulledjuut a efforts to reduce
over a guard looking growing In spite of my to, take her address I concluded -
with a stranger but being Interested trembling\ build. tended for me I referred to the similarity omitted
at some water lilies he heard a wom and startedout
It"Well the police
I defending the landlord she threw cau- Nothing but,a blank sheet of notepaper of her handwriting to that of a former to notify
an's voice from behind him of It all was that I'd take a
coming : tion to the winds."Since acquaintance of mine. She told the result tlhM10'10' but thought I

"Strangers are not admitted to these renting this place my father This was cruel. Maud was not the me that the address was not hers:..that weeping drummers fluully succeededIn look oa the way at Shlnn's house. So

i.. grounds, sir." has had nothing but misfortune and la girl to treat me thus. But, wait a bit. the whole, plan of receiving the papers turning the store Into a Junk shop, I went a roundabout way aud brought

; The man turned and saw very pretty unable. to pay the whole of a :year's Might she not with maidenly modesty clandestinely had been concocted by and we hud. to quit. Shlnn, .. be up opposite the shanty Somehow It

: girl! Blinding her, eyes with a red rent due. He wrote or. rather, I wrote Intend to simply commence a reopeningof hop niece, who had addressed the missive should have done offered to stand the didn't look so tumbledown as before. ...

,,, parasol from the autumn sun. Raising for him, a full statement of the matter a matter which she herself bad closed loss, giving up alt the capital he'd put There were white holland shades In the
t bill bat, he replied: to Mr. Chlchester, who replied with ? Might not this blank paper con "And your niece Is"- I asked In, acknowledging that the outcome windows and a few Bowersin yard
t unbounded generosity, Inclosing a receipt tain from her If I could find "Maud Twining" front p ,
"I saw no prohibition notice as I a message had been entirely Ills fault If I could out of a bouse near ,
for the amount It out? scrutinized It, held It before a I jumped> as If:.I had been shot his : "A woman came
entered. have closed at once money and I asked her
6 "Oh, you were the writer of that let- strong light, put a magnifying glass to "Maud Twlnmgl I was sure I saw up where I was standing
s .)' "If you hud entered. by the gateway, ter" It, but could see no evidence of a communication again her familiar handwriting, though would have been just enough to squareus who lived In the house opposite. She

M ;you would hove seen oae.' "Mr Chlchester must be a confiding. While holding It very close she evidently< tried to disguise\ It. with no loss to me but the very said 'Mr. Shinn! 'Any one with him"

!' "But I didn't enter by the gate." person to have shown It tail to a gas jet I noticed pale brown marks Where Is she" day we closed along comes a one legged His wife '1.didn't know he was AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 989
<, "For that I have to Didn't "Do know her?" -commercial l traveler he called nlm- married' 'He wasn't a short time KsUmane Const Co Sols Mihn
d reason spoken "A knave. Certainly. I tell coming out on It. Holding It still closer you
;you. Persons coming la here sociallyor you we were both knaves You see, they deepened and I read in letters "Yes. self-consumptive, wheezing through ago There's. a story connected with
on business don't climb the wall." Chlchester and I'are' a sort of Dr. apparently written with a match or a "She Is living here with me I'll call one lung and Bblnn had to order' a It. Mr Sblnn owed some old curmudgeon The Acme of

"I'm to have Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. It was I who toothpick probably In lemon juice: her. I'll not toll her whom she Is to $000 bill of him. We closed the order some money and sent a young wo-
sorry! trespassed By meet. out at about 00 cents on the dollar man to collect It She was real amort., Perfection.The
him to write that letter.
prompted April 6 B- Square fountain 10;06 p m.
il- speech I Judge that the .
;your you own "Well, I declare!I" HESTER. She went out of the room and re- making a deficiency of 1187.42. She told him she was to get half the

place. "Fact Bob declared he wouldn't do I was bitterly disappointed Hester turned with the only girl I bad'ever Sblun agreed to pay as soon be was amount collected; that she was the only Ladles of

I }:. "My father rents It." It; vowed he'd sue the account, although was not the name of the lady I had i In loved. Something told me when I saw able. support of a widowed mother and Palat-
"That makes him his her "Sblnn was a bachelor and removed brothers and sisters. Sbe ka and Putnam County
and family you sold such a course would mind. I examined the superscription start on seeing me that her surprise seven gave
owners so far as occupying It exclusively bring down a multitude of creditors on on the envelope and decided that It was feigned' Had her aunt told from his rooms In an apartment house such a pitiful picture that Sblnn, who should see the nice

for themselves Is concerned.Don't your father. I shook my fist at him might be either F. R. Forbes or F. R. her whom, she wall to meet She came to a little shanty. I sent a man aroundto had been a long while starving himselfto new line just
forward collect his Indebtedness, but he came and had saved the receivedat
with confusion debt
In. line the just
and told hlm""Soopl" every pay
you think It a bit selfish In :you (possibly F. B.) Harker I took the
of her countenance. There back empty handed. I sent anoU..rwith last went and got It and gave my store. Come in
to begrudge a poor traveler the pleasure She stood looking at him note the next day to the postofflce and was none penny
like "Leave these of that honest, kindly bearing she bad orders to be more persistent, and It to her. You see somebody had told
of resting In the cool shade" a fury. grounds. was Informed that F. B. Harker bad any way, even if you
V shown when we parted Indeed she he came back reporting that the door her what kind of a man Shlnn was.
"I decline to be ordered off: my own asked for a letter and -on being Informed do not wish
"Should no do so we would be over- I usedto to buy I
\ property." there was nothing for him looked shamefaced- bad been slammed In his face She was so cut up by his lovable' manner ,

., run. Besides, they pull things to "Your own property" made a great ado about the delinquencies The affair thus reopened *ime to a see Shinn occasionally: on the street. that she told him to keep the mon- can give you some Information -

:. pieces.. We are especially anxious to "Yes, I own this place and when I of the officer: The clerk looked In rapid. conclusion. I forgot the aunt's lie looked morose and shabby One ey for nil her, and he said he would that

t keep It In good order Just now, for received that letter I resolved that I the directory for F. B. Barker but no affair In my own happiness and alto- day I saw him give a quarter to a beggar keep. It till his creditor came for It be valuable to may
lease Is gether lost track of It. For I told That made me mad. If he had himselfIt of the quickest you.
our about to expire, aud wo would come home and do my best to such name was given there. Consequently years was one
it wish to turn It over to the owner In become the owner of the woman who there was no way of finding the story to Intimate friends bow an money to give such nuisances he'bad It matches I ever heard of. They only If have hereto-
first clues, shape" could write such a letter" him accident had united me with the girl I to pay his honest debts. I hired a regular knew each other a week before they, you
had married. Suddenly I stopped telling fighting collector and sent him fore had difficulty in
She stood In
't "A very exacting person, I presume?' staring at him a sort of After thinking the matter over I con- were
It Is who ; dozed 'wonder He advanced and put cluded that I would go to the rendezvous It. My wife had confessed. round to Bulnn's shanty He came "This was the story given out Years securing a perfect fit-
"Oh no Wit are particular.
out his hand. She made no move and and Inform the lady that her letter While addressing her aunts note she back with his head bandaged up, a after I heard the, 'ne one The wo- ting Corset
,; M r. Culcbester concerns himself very had noticed how she make the black and a swelled lip to say you will
n be went on, rapidly feeling for hers at of appointment had miscarried. On eye man was an old sweetheart of Shinn'swho
'. little\ nbout It." the same time: April 0 at 10 o'clock In the evening I name appear to be mine. With a faint nothing of the loss of a suit of clothes."I had refused him. On hearing of tind It profitable to

"Chic bester' What ChlcliesterJ" "You see that I have given you a was In the park and soon after saw a hope In her heart that her message of hired several men. In succession togo his condition she had gone,. disguised call and examine the

.5 "Robert, I believe." correct picture of myself; mean Inclinations veiled lady approach the fountain. I, love would go to me she made the and get'lnto the house and stay ostensibly to collect the mosey special merits of the

"Yuu don't mean It? Bob ChlchesterlI and noble aspirations; bad one too, went to the fountain and after a changes. I believe there was some necessity there till Sblna came down with the Knowing his soft spot she had madeup

know him well." day !good the next. All I need la a few momenta of dally asked her If she for a clandestine transfer of funds. The first one that came back the :yarn Then she threw off: her AMERICAN BEAUTY

I The girl cast a suspicious glance at sheet anchor to hold me to the good. was Hester. She started, but did not the papers, but I have surmised that a reported he'd been thrown out the sec disguise" and there was a circus. CORSETS. They are

the stranger When I read your letter I knew I had reply. Then I told her the story of the reopening of our love affair was at the ond shared the same fate and the third "Yes I got the money-every cent made in all
bottom of the wbole scheme. and the fourth and so on likewise."Then styles and
found the anchor. It only remains for miscarriage of her note. I due. I went for It myself.
"You think I am Imposing on you. I ARTHUR D. BERWICK. It occurred to me that I'd send' to
varying shapes suit
me to secure-It. F. A. MITCHEL. Women are naturally confiding, and HERBERT DOTJ8MAN.
wW describe Chlchecter and prove to a woman. You see, a man can't fight a
__ .. there was something perhaps In my Tao Kl.d ( Ho..... the needs of every
;you that I really know him. '.1. D/aa.o.l.. o woman, and there never was. a woman T.rm Ezplald.
"The boy has evidently been eating manner that Induced this one to give "I believe from the way you talk the better of aide of figure.
"That wouldn't avail anything for She that yet that couldn't get a "Which Is the starboard a
too much between meals said the me her confidence. told me about money In your sleep that you "
I never saw him myself.* luau If she wanted to There was no ship
It i doctor she was a widow. Her husband'sbrother have bean gambling again""My Right Prices.
womau's collecting agency In the town "Why, don't you know That's the
"You know that be has been a student I was trying to defraud her of
"Nonsense!" replied the boy's father."A dear that's only a kind of min so I told several I friends of mine that side where the star boarder has bis
at Oxford England estate her husband had left her. "
eral I'm Interested
boy can't eat In his Miss Hattie N.
sleep. half debt to
I'd give the any wom.Dwho'd room. BukySole
( "Yes, I know that.
F One who was In league with the broth- '"Nonsense. You keep talking all the
"Well, we both, being Americans, "How "do you mean? er-in-law had agreed to play false to time about 'ant. and '" collect It "Then why do they call the other
"I mean that each of hip meals begins 'money. "About a month after making the side the port side"
knew each other. But I didn't
fancy him and for a consideration turn over "That's It Auent For 1'alutku..
just see-antimony,
him." when he gets up In the morningand her certain that would make you announcement a :young, good looking I "Because that's where tbe portersleeps.
end. when he goes to bed."-Philadelphia papers my darling, antimony. Baltimore to and said she'd : "
woman came see me Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The \\llr!!,eyes !flashed.! -. Ledger. valid per claim on the. .!Inheritance.!! !:! !! !!! The American wanted, collected of
heard ) a debt! ,

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Lei Us=Furnish ir L Crescent City------ -News-_ n_ I Florida East Coast Railway

tbeothereRBential i l of your COME' IN NEIGHBOR Capt. and' Mrs. W. M. hUtch and A Happy HomeTo Local Thud Card No. 67. IavEffcct: September 16, i9O.NORTUI300ND.RHAO.
Port_Che h'r.' N. V.,
ThanksgivingDinner and see my general stockof arrived liuit 'week. MH| ;;;-"EgThTr,; Cs.. ee II. 2S sm.'rzorcs. 110. 75 8. liS
Ritch IM'1'!! 0.ily _,_Don _.,, O.lIr .
I I Goods. will not come down this win have a happy home you must have children plnIOam- Lv..Jack.on'flhe .............. .Ar 1 204in' Y51uS
ter, as was reported In limt week's nipw) a .914n ............110111"Jaok.o..IlI..Lv 71ftillo e Slam

not who I paper. as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak 7 Sap.sip.n:. t 40.0.1I4.i.n. .: :: :;:::::::::::::.SI.... Augu.tiue..S, :::::::::::::::: :: g C.p.u mope;. 1 4smI 4194ia: :
( and we oare am going to talk to you this woman, you can be made strong enough to bear U81m
furnishes time about my New Stock of Rev. Dr. J. K. Wight will ofllclate healthy children with little : :sspm p 12 ;;:::;:::::::::;: .;.e1..iti.-; ; :: :;: : ;::'TI: .p,7.Hi 9L:

Shoes Two at thru, Presbyterian church next pain or discomfort to __! ?"Pm.III0.m_ !L ...'!!.,!..,., ""! a it,1, h6In _
I ; dray loads, 10 largo Sunday when ho yourself, by taking UIIII"... .Ar.. ...............Ciiui M.w"................";:'),., ...... ...... 6ban
The Turkey. boxes just in and the will be' the gui>nt .. lruni ft.te' ........ It Dlii.
(gJ it in ,solid beauty of of his daughter, Mrs. W. C. Norton ,.;,;;;; I:Dpu .:::::::::::::::::Thiili;:: ..it:::::: :: riirs.::: ''' ; ':

W9 have mud> .it our they are leather.Ladles' and Mrs. V "pm n'A SOIOU ..................Lilpoit. ............... .... .. .IIIIO IIIIIml.
IIJ! E. H. Williams. Dr. 49pu 11Spm ".... ..............lIr..n.I.............. .... .. f,411.a 1I(1e",
4 business this fill to si'uurc Gents' Wight was the first WINE lOll'lpm CSpii. .. .... .............. l'iyoziu.................. .. 4tIiil 4 S68in
1 i. pastor of the 19 llipni 1"1'"' '''' .... .............'on Oreile..... ....... .. .. 4 87"m
some toot h...,)III" and and church In Crescent City and 1 his CAROUI 19 Bfpm_ U".... A..N.'" H..yr.. .,................:.. &;" 41&ein'
.(qJ wholesome 1hhig! to eat Children's Shoes.the many old friends here OF 11 loam "iiiiL Dl... :::-........... Li.tifluiiuuu.... ..;-: '".. ..lfv !011110; -0 >iiiD'
will be triad 11 Slltam 4 Mpm ...............(1'"Vlly... ..... ....... .. b4)p.ii) 611e1.m
and the good are now nt latest and best. Ladies' Com of this opportunity to see and hear ml slam 60011l-!! "f.OrltIlKeCllyJUillg.:!" ;! ,n=-'......... !.r"---!!!

I( your ,ervIc''. forts that will make your eyes him. 11 10 211pm 46piiuj1ir: 2 4Opln ::::::::::::::::..(:iou t4rnvri.\1(111( ..:::;:::::::::::;.Lv Ar = r.C1Oj.L. .: : : 0114mll 01.01:

Thorn's Cur ants and sparkle with delight and your feet A scrub base ball game between. Woman's Rellef alp.n .-! A!............:"--c'l.- : I'VJI1!:.:.:.:;.:......,.,.. .:_ 5 Warn.
Citron for Men' IfToam.o Ar ........... ..... .It4"r"n1...... .... ...... lI.v Mllm Ellll
(J Raisins, Vlga.( Apples 1m cry joy. work shoes married men on one side and single S80pm U66.!!!.... Lk:......._..=.: u''h-'' ..... .. ...:.:.:''..;.:tAr P'1161pm it bum '
'1 Prunes Dates, Bananas that will stand water, mud and men on the other was advertised It will! ease away all pain reduce Inflammation ilol'''' L..... ........... ...i itusrillu.......... .... ... Ar jtuam1l
ji' J time. Leather ns your SIsal a 1pm .....................;...0'. ................,..Lv Olpo I V'nmII
(1 fresh!and nil and other i s.mson- 'm higher in price than and have shoed been! are one day of but the features of the dAY yenter- cure leucorrhea (whites;, falling womb, ovar- :04um 84na: : 114pm 42pm:: :: :::::::::::::::::I lt..i'kiemo.'ii,, (,,,illlO.::::::::::::::::. :: oim 47i"n:::: f 47.11111am hunt

able evaporated for the News was turned too ian trouble, disordered menses backache 4 Ol'tn .... ............ h.II""u.. .............. .. .4 a:,"" I al.m
fruits. 00 years, but I will Boll you shoes early to secure a report of the headache I "am IIIUI'''' ......... .. ...... ..,...lltnR.... .............. .. tcilit, 116d....
tl Florida 1m for loss profit than usual.CONE. But there are some mighty kittenish game.- etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try It. : (49010 a.m : (l5Iifl N.iprn::: :: :::::::::::::::::.. ,t'i : .;::::;:::::::::::: :: \ ri.tCOi.: II eu btpn,;,

Maple and Syrup At every drug store In $1.00 bottles. Earn 0 huh''' ...................'J ( l7.ua 11101'..
I'm married men in this town nnd I 860m 0 4qnii '. .................... :. 11111., 11 11pm4lhua
Flsh-nekerel.. CodFish there was 8. e 401',.... .......:.............. (94Hn" 1I0lOpm
prophesied an even. rhnnce 86'0 d 671m ................... ', OI.am. 10 I.pm.
Halibut.Itreftkfast for them to win.Mrs. WRITE: US A LETTER 20.nl C 2111.01 ................I1..o. ..8.0n' 10 VI'pm'
Huron. Sweet "DUX: TO CARDUI 40.m' 7opm ................\lie 4.. .,,, 100l>1m6160m
.l 8.! M. LaBree freely and frankly, telling ill Bl"l'm ........... ... VVt .. .. .,,,,
: has been us your and nothing else U UIII.pmII"IUD
anil Swiff Hams. The spend my baby girl: now 8 4ipin ........... ........... i'ior.e..o
( Shoe troubles. <)I.'o' 9
Clover We (11pma
Man ing a week or more In Atlanta HIM! at wlll.endfree.dvlce (In two week. old," write. Mr. j. P. alum S Wpm ................... '. S 0"10"

Nuts! of Caniltea Fresh; and Canned Fine other points combining business dies'plain Advisory sealed envelope Dept.The). Address Chattanooga: 1.W.at Is a ,tine of,Webster healthy City babe Iowa.and we"She arcboth : 4Sam blsm: : 4Om 4pl: :: ::::::::::::::.Fort:....Ii) ::: : ::::;::::::::: :: .12un r.:::: 7 7 110pm Mpni.) :

Goods.line Crescent City Florida with pleasure. Durlug her absenceIt Medicine Co., Chattanooga Tenn. doing nicely" H::::: 20 EiHn Isp": :: ::::::::::::::::i.,' I, : : ::: :::::: ::::: :: .4:1,11,4:: : 7 7 t.pm l4pm:

' was her purpose to tunic si-lec- -- 71\Oam 10 BUllln A...................... '" 86".n 7 It.pm
IRHUMATIS- II OOom ................. ,
J. W. MILLER. I w Weather ..Report.Cruci l) -- the tlons dry of a!goods large line and of holiday noveltfor' departments ---- --- -- -- -- -- __ : .. .1.1................ifunejioal..v. .......800ImloBuam BUpm.-

City tnmpratnrs mr the w..k .,d. Bnflet Parlor Cam on traltu Juml 17" Hit(lot Ploal'II'] i'.ir i on trains trO and 08.
Crescent City, Flu.Talking tug November 118rd, 19110, of tho Preston store, work In t Dully .xceptftlliilJ.. ____ ___ _. _ .
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.1.. for for taste.A. 110.13 No.21 No. MAYPORT BRA/4CI/ No. IS : .:.u No. It l'Only
m.9 p.m. t p. m.!M bra 24 b.. a"o :' DIn, E 07'I I I Doll, :': 0.11,
I 17. Saturday no 7S on a1& tint:
-. I,. 7 / Hugli Cowbimi of Loiulon .
Sunday. 10 M 78 M td ;;;; a-i,1;;; ,;;- ;- ....... .. -. --:-
mCim >44. Monaay 78 Hiw tw .na M England arrived last week 2OOj; i bern all" .. ohilill .0r1747nm : mp0; ;;;;;
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a.a ggaa ::10. TllMjav.. .. n !lOIIpm 101"10 0 hepill 9001"m "U.hJ'.k..II".I.\' 7 81alll 12 in.n,
U7>4 7 b4 e' Ml 07 .. 6211'0'llUpm '
". Wetlneiday., en 7' visit with the family of Ills 1010 tOOl"" U lien" .......I."bIJlJ..II. .. .. 7Ullnlll UW.m 4 WOrn
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92. "hn..llay. 06> till 01 lolliI'm' 10 bOurn U f74ir U I" '" .Alln..I..I". .ii loani' I I 411.w. 4 451'ui
L 29. Friday... on 78 07(4( WE 81 494 114\i S J.visited P. Cowburn. Mr. Cowbnrn has 4.CURED .8 UOpm 11 10um 7 1011,1., IJ (011,1_ Ar.:;::...... :,;.. ":. :I. ... ...;:!i.v; _.._U 4l1um. U loam UOpm
I). WILLIAMS. Gbierrer: most of the countries on the
._ n ___ __ globe and In his travels has visited ', PENINSULAR AND OCCIHtNTAL: SfCA iSnH' C.ONNECTIONSATMIAML(

r. Q "" e Crescent City on two former occasions \ The Circulation' 4 Close Connection MedattIaiii; -;" iilsiAblpn'; ;;; the P: ft O. S. S. Company. 0

rj "More!\ value f..r. the DolUir" B $! Personal and Social. i making a number of warm : Stimulated ,j Havana and Key West.

eg ig one thing, 'I friends, all of whom are pleased to : and the Muscles and Joints I SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND

e "" ,,,. gre't him again. r.. MIAMI" .TriMclnyi Inturdll'.II! 4' pin I.v HAVANA. ......Thu..d..III'On'n. "
BB Capt. Hall hRS of the A free lubricated by using Ar KEY Wk8T..W.doleyu., MrmiIT "... 1 (r 1 j..ii AI'' hEY WY"I'.....Thurnilar, ........ H 80pm'
Ba charge entertainment. has hello the KKYWEST, ....Waieui.i'l. fl il-t, rn I.v KI E'l'\V I lIiT.Thurni.y, 1
Giving I! steamer Clayton. order each night for the past two \ Ar HAVANA...:..... luiirwinyiAdditional. : --.:.:-.::-:-: 0-I.0i, ArMUMlbeU.i.ci .-- .: ...Kruian,Tuenisy.! Mundaya.a:: .... 0 BUpm Ojpnj: '

a Tom Russell visited the state fair weeks at Lonnds drug store corner, SloaovsLiivinveivt suT1Ca; Key West and Havana.

u it i is another I Iy We GIVE it. Gn at Tampa last Friday and Saturday. where a portable stage has been set L. KBY wEsT..Mnl.tul.l Vrl4i-1,. 8 'A'oi: I V H AVAiiA..Tuent.y,8utr.i.y..12 OOn'n
The AC HAVANA..Tuoxliy*. MHtut'lr.( >!,... U .l''l Ar K KV: TuusJari.BalurdBrj.... 8 80pm
Master Estes. of Palatka up. people get some gratuitous .
Fresh Goods and more G Lynn was '
the /guest of Mica Roane over Satur- pointers on how to diagnose kidney [I Train. Discharge i'aseigcrn, '; ; rot sIIp'-i: $ido. No Iraniifers.Tbwe .
Goods for the -
jj .money. 5 day and Sunday disorders and how to distinguish the Time T'hl"-i",;;; '.'Mnu:ml-; whtoh;' ';Irnlni-';mny liocvpoctod to nrrlvoat and depart

r Fall and Winter difference between a torpid J liver pad from the tovernl muiluiv lint I ,., > to, ,t;"I.I r .iMi'iinnroat, tha llnros slated, I. not Kiinrnnleednnr .
j New K. M. White U. spending a few hush Compmty toba i.t M I rw'tiiivPjurnrn| !_ ry auU)'f oruny.'! ouiirmqiniiicBjarUtngtborefronu
and a graveled gizzard\ from : Price
a paid 25c "
a in. All styles to suit days at the state fair In Tampa and : : 50c:, & $1.00
just B spieler for a. "wonderful" discovery I For Copy of the! LOCAL rir::;; CARD or Other Information i

a tho trade. 9 on an excursion to the Mnnltee* river who divides time with a negro; coin- Sold by all Dealers "St-n THE TICKET AQENT."

I country. median who the honors. There J. D. RAHNEK Asst. Gen'I P..bb. Aict. ST. /
n Come ia and letIe shown gets "Sloarfs Treatise On The Horse'Sent Free AUGUSTINE FLA. .
The residence of C. L. Chamberlin
18 usually a large crowd to hear the j -
you our goods. B on Summit street has been greatly nigger, but It melts when the spieler .: Address Dr. Earl S.SIoan.Boston.Mass. --

Fine line of Shirts 9arrivod. mnroved In aoDearance- bv- recent takes tha stage. I / --
a just painting. iii-: : ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Rev. J. Whltfleld Gibson Ph. D., a ___ ;
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Respectfully, B Invitations for a large Thanksgivingparty who huts been supplying the pulpit of Doable I ...... Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia :'
at their pleasant home. for last the notthern Methodist church 'at The production ot one egg: within another .Mrs. S. B.: Shawis ,

nlrht.( New Smyrna during the past 8uinner Is of frequent occurrence and. North Carolina, South Carolina.

I 0..l.1. Cliaffiflerlin I Mr. and Mrs.! N. n. MUell have returned made application to unite with! though now and then recorded as a showing an elegant lineofLadles' \
the called 'The Great of Travel from
to Ctesoent City after a year' the ministry of the Presbyterianchurch curiosity, so phenomenon Ready-Made Long Highway

absence at Pablo Beach and Fort at the meeting" of the East Is very easily accounted for. It Is 'Coats and Skirts. Florida-East West. irortli. South
Invariably caused by over-stimulation ,
Crescent! City Fla. fiu juuderdale[ Florida Presbytery here last week
l.a of the system by feeding. The ovum Also a fine assortment of the

mu mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bitnfleld. Bragg of but with what success the News is or yolk, when mature Is received Into celebrated To the East the FamousFlorida'and \

r. mcmcmaac gm mCn B a Attleboro, Mass., are here for the not able to learn. The Rev. Dr. the upper part of the oviduct, a tube Gage Hatsfor

season the guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. Gibson has been very anxious for nearly two feet In length la the domestic West Indian Limited ,

h B. Torre. some time to become a minister of fowl anti In Its descent cloth Ladies, Misses and Children. and New York Express. 14 14To
"w wvvw ggiNi the Presbyterian faith. Ids application ed successively with the layers of al- I Call and roe them
Mr and Mrs. Eaton CHIT of Providence
bumen. or white the lining membraneof
s This i Is the time of year for of a year or more ago to the the West
It. I., arrived last week and the shell and finally on arriving: at Mrs. S. B. Shaw
Chills and Fever.If are again occupying their pleasant. ame Presbytery was not acted upon. the classifying portion of the oviduct I. Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta. '
Hon. J. H. wound his
winter homo. up envelopod In a shell Itself. Ordinarily
; are .Ullotml: you can I ditties as one of the Judges of Awardsat the egg Is then expelled. but In the Crescent City, Fla.
I'ullmnii Curd mid Conches all Trains.
The roads, In Volusla connty Through on
Ret rid of It quick by taking good -'
the State Fair In Tiimpn yesterluy case of the product of a double yolked
are reaching out to the Putnam and will likely reach home to. egg a reverse action of the oviduct g :!I :nLY'IL:! 'lLTC.uz Atlantic Const Line Mileage Books, good to all points, via all

No. 44. ,county line. by Huvlllf, where the day. Putnam county peoplewho takes place and the egg Is carried trains as far Kant as Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, Cincinnati .

work Is being puslwd.Mllilnoanl' fair have back meets with another ovum and Oranges, and New Orleans; rates $25.00. :
have visited the greatly
It I Is the most spnedy rnmedy, of the High redeaccnds with It. the two being surrounded Consult the Purple Tuldcr I.
known as 6 or 0 clones. will principal appreciated Mr. Harp's kind utten1mm -
cure any case.. It act.. on the 'School will opHiid her Thanksgiving and uniform courtesy and all. and together shell. with albumen, membrane Grapefruit for details and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations -

liver better than calomel and vacation In Palntku. the guest of are agreed that the fair Is one. of the schedule Cull on your nearest ticket agent, or write

does When not "ripe or sicken. Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Lynn. best ever held In this state and Its Louis XV'. Flo...cl Diamond. HUNK 0. BOYL8TON, Dlflt. Pass Agent. W. D. STARK, Traveling Pci,. Agt "

directions given we guarantee according you to Mrs. C. Lyon and daughter, Miss Management the most liberal. DurIng "Comte" said Louis XV. to the Count TangerinesSold !<< jIll West Bay, street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida. ';

will have no more chills and Qva Lyon, are now In Detroit, Mich., his stay In Tampa Mr. Harp was do St. Oermnln, "will you help me to W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Mgr, T. O. WHITE, Gen'l Passenger Agent

fever. Price only SO Cent8 but write that they expect to come a guest at the celebrated Tampa I3ny gain 4,000 francs? I have got here a only on a commission General Offices Wilmington North Carolina.

per bottle. he met and mingledwith diamond with a flaw valued at 0.000 .... .
to Crescent City after the Holidays.Mrs. Hotel, where basis by Ii ---- - --- -- --- ------ ,
Fur sale at franc.. It would be worth 10,000 If It ,
Jfoda.l O'Hnra'l. III. Stead and daughter, Miss many of the noted men of the were flawless." After having the diamond .

H..:A.A.:Know KlitK'a.' lion MIMUO.II. A Co. '.. Pontoim. Bessie Stead of New York, and Mrs. late, with! many of whom he had carefully weighed Louis headed

Illnrl I I.I. H. Havbon..iOl..., ... 00'.. (Jo"" ". Oilier of Washington, are here for served In the state legislature, and It to the count who examined It minutely S. B. Dones & Co. McCORMICK, HUBBS & CO.
M ileofKi'town.' of old
HiiirlHoirHHtora, 1>PIIVPI'. the winter and are keeping house In his renewing and replied "It might done
J. C). lluhlimonX H<'\'IIIA. the Attleboro. flat. not have been other. than. agree- sire, If you will allow me to keep the Commission Merchants.

J.IJorii M.' lluiiton: .a Hmltli, Hliull,Uurrnonv.BUiir' Klri.. Fl.". The residence of M. H. White, one able to him. Mr. Harp's knowledge; stone for a month." A month later be 208 Duane St. New York. 1
brought back the diamond almost Inappreciably -
fruits mild hi. services!
of citrus !
: Lound's Drug Store of the most beautiful homes in Florida particularly valuable on the board ofudges less In weight, but flaw Tomatoes Pine Apples ;
has been made even more attrao- less. The jeweler to whom a friend of Prompt i
member ,
he the only
Crescent City Flu. Ivo by recent painting at the handsof as with this department. And Louis offered It for sale gave 9,600 and Early OrangesVegetables
Fred Andersen.It amllliir francs for It, but the king repurchasedIt
ft e.A. he citrus fruit exhibits formed the as a curiostty.-T. P.'s London Reliable, I
has been reported that Mrs. M. leading feature of the display. Weekly Grape :

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:I. Spra.cr: Crosby and daughter have finally
decided not to come to Crescent City LETTER TO SHERIFF HOWELUPalatka Blow of a Snordfl.... Efficient.Ir
279 St. Wow ITorlc. ,
< Washington :
Florida A remarkable Illustration of the fore
.Dentist.. this. winter, and their numerous lO-8ii-iIinos .
--.-.--- friend. here. are quite disappointed. Dear !Surf: Take a. two-story house with which a swordfish strikes a blow t.: "
and reckon the costs with different has recently been reported. While repairing ]"Jl'ftJrJrJ.JnnrrtFOR : j
Office M nosltleno on vroipeot 8tn.U and Mr. O. F. Morse and -- -
paints; you will be surprised tiny : a ship recently which had completed -
Crescent City, Tlorlda8t daughter, Miss Emma, arrived on the house .hll81L total of U210( square a long voyage In Paclfja waters To reduce my stock of GET THE EST :t

Saturday ,u-J are again occupyingthe feet. n sword was found which had successfully SALE.
Jehus Rivrby Dayllartt. ; Plorrpont residence for the sea Divide by DUO; you buy 11 gallons.That' pierced a sheathing one Inch Orange and Grapefruit Trees ,
the rule but never comes- I.'I
la In Savannah ; thick a three Inch plank and beyond The executors of the estate of Edwin ,.
Holland now
The son. Mrs. ont 80.Buy. I offer for the next \80 days, 2 year
Beach & Millei Line
Gilbert deceased offer for sale the M-
: I and to come on later. other paint than Devoe, that four and a half Inch. of firm
expects any bun-
buds to 6 ft. at 22.5fl
10 slug property situated at Crescent old per
will have to buy more up to timber. It has been estimated that It
8team r CRESCENT. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet of Galesburg yon losstbly gallon.. Paint Devoe, would require nine strokes of a ham City Florida: All of Blocks 60 and 10. dred. Buds I year 4 to 6 ft. at $20.00

Leavm SKturiUyi JiukaonTin at s HO oaTnwiilaysTbura.. ,::. for Oreen Cows.
Landlnn Pol.tka.'' Unwoaat Cltj ana prlaalpal Way City before this time, has been. detained turn. Here are some' experiences.N 18 drive na Iron bolt of similar shape the lots on Central Avenue In Hlock 13 year at $11>.00 per hundred.

Creacant city on .sKvtiiralng.Uavo owing to Illness In her sister's Watkins house Lott, before Texas used bought same distance.-Shanghai Times. Northwest quarter of Block 26, and part 'Trees strictly first-class.
"iy JacVaanvllU.IrIdays and Monday at 7 .. m. family, but hopes to be able to leave gallons 13 on Devoo for same house; nod of Hlook SI on Crescent Lake. Terms No white fly or scale.
wbarf footot Laura HUMlwnarf gallons
1II..t.d. For sad further
cash. prices particulars ,
Talapbon.m for Crescent City soon. had 6 left.
Palatxa too of Larnon atrw* Edwards. of Edward & A schoolteacher says this sweeping address, W. F. REED
Miller C B
W. are
Capt. and Mrs. J. Raleigh. N. C, answer was made by a pupil la a history -
Broughton, printers DAVID CARLL Counsellor at Law
A. B.TORREY.Undertaker spending the week at San Mateo usud !U) gallons paste paint on his lemon" : East Florida Nurseries,

where Capt. Miller Is superintending louse i; bought 80 gallons Devoe for "How many wars" .he asked thl* 20 Broad Htreet, New York City. Drayton Island, Fin. S & ,
and Embalmer.Full the erection of a packing house and same house and had 10 left. (Ui by pupil "did England fight: with Spain"' U. I-IOw. .t

making other improvements at his the gallons. "Six" tbe pupil answered."Six 'c'p!
line of Yours truly. ?" said the teacher. "Enumerate Executrix Notice. W4 iWI I .
Caskets: and Coffins. jove In that place. 27 F W DEVOE& CO. (KIW
Telephone them please. Notice I. hereby glvon thnt on Monthly' Recently Enlarged
Her. D. Spencer, now living at Seville "One two three, four, five. six," said the Mill tiny. of Mny l in.J, I shah ", nk. Html' M, H. READ, WITH
OBE80ENT CITY FLORIDA the Baptist church Wa... am the V.ldt. report of my ,iecnuntuind vouclium nn exemitrlx -
preached at the little lilt!. : : 25.000 New WordsNew f
and of the liint will nnd teti.oat of
there last Sunday. He says that repairs Water Is sometimes very scarce Mi.ttldn. M''',......titM. .a..l.,,",,t apply for n.yclinilnirge REAL ESTATE. Gazetteer of the World .
the Sooth African veldt,
: previous on .lIell exectrIx.I I
being made to the church A Brok.m Cup. al with moro t ban 1'I.0000Utlc! based oa the
Crescent are MAKY INER.
City Transfer Co., that they are expectingsome according to a writer, who says: "In Signora Veronelll (seeking a servantWhy ) Kxuutilrlx.Piilntkn Crescent City Fla. laUMt cunauj return .'t
louse and this our veldt cottage we bad no wall only -- were you sent away from you Florida, Nov.mil, IlKW. mn New Biographical Dictionary -.1.
Meets all trains at Cresornt City Juno- glorious good meetings large tanks and about August our last eontainlngthenamreotoveriOu94ujnot,4reissue
condition usually became desperate.If place The How property-"Cres- Uuto of birth,dontlu. ow.PAite.1hyV.T.AltitIfph.fl.Lfl.. :.ft.
tlou. winter.
Nlgbt trains by appointment. "Because I broke a eoffeo cup. Notice!
ministers wa.hed bands you carried cent IIlll"-Is now on the market ,
you ;your "
prominent "Was that the only rea.oll'
B. M. L BBEJI. Manager. Among the more : the fluid out to pour .It on Notice Is hurnhy given thnt I, .. ailniliilltrulrir -. LOTS #1 100. Vulturi BtuUuCoiuuuavlunurof Kduoatloo. '
of the Presbyterian faith to attend precious "Certainly except that oa that occasion of the oatntn of William Mnilth. lieGttiiHtHl 2380 Quarto Pages
thirsty plant or vegetable; the will thirty days .Mft*r UiitA totheUouuty toCrescent
recent/noetlngof the East some my mlstreas had a little wound Apply Particular attention given\ Vw FUM. ( lUuMuoaJ: KUk Btadlan
W. B. 8HOTWELL the were noted the bath water the same, part of It being on thehead.-Il" Rlso. drt,for .Imkva Juilge mm authority ul Putnam to County aill the, t'l"rl-follnwnn ; City property listed Needed In Every Home \
Florida Presbytery Irat saved to scrub Boors. Cabbage oI..II"'oIl..o""rc.lonlll"1I" / to BaldeHHm
Builds Row Boats I'arl.ol Miami, J. Coffin allowed to cool with me. Alut W"bat, .'. oll...,." Uheuiunafy. ,
Drs. water was '
Repairs makes all Bev. !Ht. and potato Like All th. Rt."r !,.o"im'r, .ot ss, a. N. a 92ft ft. 1C. !Ic.. M UK PH... lee 111..nwlk... I
kind. boats buggies and Stout of the Memorial church : and then used for the garden or to suppose." said the curious old ladyto ft. to Dnvla. (In Block U,(lre.iiflt filty, Pin. eeee e4I!' Rao.llar&dltJonblO.", ..._ ......_ to
of woo In .
rear of hi. MEAT MARKET Augustine ,.." Adniliutrator.Octoberltith -5..'.".........ppo. .hnmtlfttl blndtaG. ... '
Orescent City Fla. Green Cove Springs. waters did three deS "that you only follow this business ,A. D., 111I""". NOTICE. I .
iRMa; ,
Hutlsfaetory work guaranteed at mod. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Oowen entertained NEUBA'OIA FAINt for the money there Is In It?" Am.lriTiow ot ADNU>'lraTnlx, eon FINALDMCUAIWI.
est prlo .. friends at "Yes. madam" said the driver. of tbe Notice. 1 a C. MERRIAM CO.,
a large party of and solatlo Fublt.h.r.. 9pria.fl.ldv M ..
Bheumatlsm lumbago cart; "I frankly confess I am out for SIX' month aftr ilnt. boreor and on Monde **
home or. Wednesday evening to the penetratiug lalluunoe wIll bo received the Bounl of ,.. l'ub.IIMrYlhI..h. A. !> I will die ,
their jlelil Baltimore American BUI by 'j.ltlIr. ,
pains the dust. -
HELP ...
IS OFFEREDTO tl.t'lr next ttiilnrniHtttliiH with the" Ooiinty Juilna of n County --------- ---.
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In honor of Mr. 00w.54i' Drill ird's Scow Llu'ment County lommlHHtoit r ; : ::: ;:, "
of last week of c on Itm'miibnrftili. ItMXt', for Ill 111.5 In riorlrln. my 'Coal nep.r11 54 llh rlurn ur000nt.md I
WOR.THT YOUNG PCOFLK birthday. Ohe of the pleasures It pnnettatns to the Into nervoa the bIDo'l.and bo Its aanti This ,Is the law of benefits betweenmen and! Krmllnii tile HpproHOhfH, to the new ..woue3leru.. rujfin' tli and* ,Pntlllon.tlioraiipon. now, apply of for,III. an In Chamberlaln's Collo.bisrhn.Cholera. kunedy.sod
nbnorbml bi. Ort'eta.
RrUluit, Rice '
5* ""..tlF nqnant all nan_ma. na m tt"owiimltad of the evening consisted In all participating being are conveyed to : The one ought to forget at once eie,4 smtclUcntioiiMOH nt bug lll,* nt lt<*the over ulork'H ortlct mid orne.. for Sinai rtlncharK ft* the Admlnla'rmtrtloC ( -:I N.ssr falla. Buy/ It now. It may... llf.. .
tblr du. .10".wha, wUob tar. leallog properties the **..1.. of .I'. I>. Acbarmnf de-
mnor* *
._" thorrouah boalnwatnlvlna-ud poal- I.. the old tashloned "VirinIa every part ot t"e ho ly and effect: some what he has given: and the other ought, TU.UbUU.board rowrve' the JI1HRPH rueuit PrtlOK.Clnrlc rict.tny, of 685454. I'AM1UB D. CII&Itlo.NI ; .
off...,..to writ*b""..,mail *w our ar**, b.1t-.t. Reel." Elegant tefreshnwuts wonderfullr ouren.; SDo GOD and U 00. never to forget what he his nerved.Seneca. .-? : BfH.nl County Com.riorUla I .* Adralnlatnirli ol (beItateoJP. D. The News tf i a ,
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_: =- The Palatka News NINE PRISONERS i iI BIG ANNUAL SALE -=

, dPTl9.ILUP'l :; ...... I I BREAK JAIL. This Of Fearnside well-known Clothing and reliable Co.0001I I Very Latest I I Gay Brothers

: pan Is arranging( to put on a big ,
CUV fiapptnlngs; and $ Worked All Night Digging Christmas sale.. and give Its many Silk Plaid

their ,. .
i patrons an opportunity to buy .
I Personal mention.H. Through Brick Wall winter clothing at a very nominalsum. k Auto Shirtwaists Grocers of East Florida

1'N1'NMM 11. Nine of the ten prisoners incarcerated Don't be mislead by any fake Just arrived and ready for The Leading
In the county jail made their escape sales given by firms offering to sell !
M. Sa H. M. Fearnside has returned from at an early hour Monday morn- you goods( away below cost. Any your inspection. Many pat- ,
a visit of several days in Jackson ing. They got away by digging sensible man knows that no business terns to piek from. Nothing than :
l ''r ville.M.. through the brick wall Just under a house can do this and exist. WedOD't but the most approved styles 1j;; Our stock was never more complete now

: J. Haines and Jake Harrison window oRslng.Deputy"Sherlff. pretend to make such rash makes come into ,
and pest! ; and new goods are arriving weekly.A ;;
and foot the
Thanksgiving In Pomona, with Lee Goocluou and statements try to public, tho Iii
. only (
the hence.
1 friends. Mr*. Goodnon, who assists hoc husband but wn do premise to sell you goodsat store; few of \
a smaller margin of profit than I most! style and our specialties:
Brown's with the keys at the jail, state ; ; approved (
Mrs. R. F. Adam. who Is still visiting other house In this out.
sl that; the men were locked In the cage any clothing l host) infixes can go
' In Tallahassee. i Is expected as usual Sunday night. How they or In thin section. of the State. We These goods bear the stampof Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon, I

't t home tomorrow. got from the nave to the corridor la have our itwutaflon at stake whenwe > in every fJ Genuine German Dill Pickles,
i Ed. Reed the make thin offer; we also have a up-to-dateness
told by colored prisoner
II: Miss :Minnie fluky spent Thanksgiving -
tremendous stock of goods; to back Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil,
i In Pomona, the guest of her who failed to avail himself of the respect. ,
i\\ /I to He that our statements up with-more than 1 Remember stock contains ,
' friend Miss Emma Olmsteud. opportunity escape. says my All the leading brands of Cereals,
Clothing L. J. Knop, a white prisoner held for triple the amount carried by of
bush elegant array
: f Mrs. F. J. Fearnalde and Miss heft; picked the lock leading from other firm In the same line of an / for Christmas '' Vermont Maple Syrup,
. Fearnside returned Tuesday evening the white department to the colored less In the city of Palatka You pleasing present New Buckwheat
: t. week's. visit In Jacksonville. department; that once In there he will have all kinds of big Inducements at proper priocw. r,

' liohannan and W. J. again picked the look of the box In made you to purchase ;your Graham,
Morgan Bryan
H Hats, among of the the Bannervllle more prominent section were citizens -- This whloh let the the key prisoners to the into cage the Is corri-kept. you winter IK clothing to wait,and but watch all we for ask the of Miss Hattie M. fluky Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also

dor where by stationing men to dates of our Big Bale: which will be Pillbury's Gold Medal,
In the city Wednesday. Goods and Notions, ;
,,1 watch at each window, and all connected announced to you very soon by big fancy ; Obelisk and other
Shoes andFurnishings Miss Emma Coxe of Jacksonville with one another by a string circulars and also through the pa- Lsdiet' Furnishings. c
h : arrived Wednesday evening to attached to their wrists certain oth- pers. Our Mr. Fenrnslde spent. sometime Brands of
spend Thanksgiving day with her er prisoners dug their. way throughthe in the New York markets makIng i Flour.
, parents, Judge and Mrs M. I. Coxe. wall. Keeil also states that the heavy. purchases at greatly reduced ;
: men. began working a short time after prices and we Intend to give '
W. B. Baker the well known tur- ;
lie; of Putnam county the the ] variety of Delicaciesever
pentine operator of Oak. ton, expectsto eight o'clock Sunday night andit people Also largest Imported
took them until after four lifthe best values ever oltered them In
+ move with his family this week to morning to dig through the wall. wearing. appearal.Don't Ladies' ; brought to IVlatkn.]
re I his new property at Kldrldge, Volu-
In !
sin Mrs. Qoodson says that her bus- bo to hasty making purchases -
For theFall county band spent the evening with Dr. of your suit, overcoat shoes
The regular meeting of Patton An- Brannen and that he did not return and other goods lu our line until you Undervests "
'. derson Chapter U. D' O. will be held until 11 o'clock. He heard some see what we will have to offer you. i f BOTH STORES B I

1, Thursday afternoon, Dec. Oth, at 8 scratching which he took to be the Look[ for the dates of the BIG and Hosiery B
andWinter o'clock at the home of Mr.. J. N. work of rats, but that to make sure SALE In this paper and also remem.
Blackwell. he secured the keys and entered the ber the name of the firm. Thanking Neckwear i :

:(, Mills May Crosby of San Mateo cell all. and The as prlslonera there was were nothing all in their but you for past favors Very, we truly remain.yours as well and as other Gloves ladies,, furnishings -- I Lemon Street The': West End eWs
elected treasurer of the State I
was federation Woman's Clubs at the the moon to lighten the scene he. FKARNSIDE CLOTHING Co.J. 'm /; in all the best PALATKA, FLORIDA
took everything' be all right. Mrs. A.SHELLY, SRC. and winter.
recent convention of the Federation i grades for( fall Ii

In Ban Mateo.Seventeen Goodsoa spent the evening In the Our Only Exhibits.Dr. We want you to see our >>EW 1 Bm mB
upstairs portion of the jail keeper's ,iIf u'rbr' AT+7. ,GJ.1 Yl : rkr+ 6'd' h ao

are now open drunks and disorderlies residence. with a sick child and did G. L. Sip p roll of Florahome new line of ._ .
were before the police court duringthe not hear anything had an exhibit of (great value at the I.New Style ; H u
\ for your inspection. past week up to Wednesday Among the prisoners to escape state fair. Dr. Sipprell showed a I. .
morning, and fines amounting to were L.J. Knop and Alvin Horton, grass which he has named Pioneer Dress Goods
It is a completeMen's $140 were assessed. white, the latter.a boy 17 years of Grass. It Is a grass for hay ands t i
"r Stock The order of Rathbone Sisters heldan age held for breaking and entering. grass for winter pasture. It Is a tall for the fall and winter I Your Turkey
> Outfitting enthusiastic meeting last Monday Among the negro prisoners to es- crass and one that once sown re- season 1000-07.(
>. cape were George Brown and Will seeds Itself by cultivation\ the same
evening. The election of officers of of f
and will please ;you. Dumas, both Indicted at the last as beggarweed.: Horses and cattle I. Elegant linn
the order will take at the
; place term of court for murder lu the first like it and flourish when fed on It. yr<
meeting next Monday. degree, but whose oases! went over to The doctor thinks the discovery of Millinery. Tasts Best

Miss Bessie Williams of New the spring 1 term owing to the Illness bill grass will prove a great boon to
', York, daughter of the late Rev. C. of the late Hon. fi. P. Calhoun then stock owners In Florida and all who '
;, Williams a former rector of St. state attorney. Another man who law the grass seemed to agree with Miss Kole 1. locos Roasted in a Buck's Oven.
: Marks church In this city will be in escaped was George Valle,charged ,
: the city Saturday on her way to with the murder. of his wife some film.The W. A. Merryday Co. of this
: ; f Crescent City where she will spend three weekaago at Interlachen. The city made an excellent exhibit of I Palatka, Fla, It' ] ventilated and
the winter. other four who escaped were negroes- orange box material and orates. urge,
9') held for minor otfen les. Their booth was well crowded most The"o.en is
Chief of Police Hagan returned snnitnry.
The sheriff and his numerous deputies of the time and Mr. Hamm
from of several'
Monday night a trip together with members of the others of the in charge of
weeks to Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. company : :.' lISO'',.:.. quick rind! even luiker.
city police force have been. indus the booth found It easy to book or-
Haimn nays that he left Deputy triously searching for the escaped ders. The Merryday had rl.UIIii,81I'U..I week at
a Sheriff { at the and company ita Call and for
The Griffon Kennerly Springs see us 1Buck's n
: prisoners both night and day,but up all the other box manufacturers exhibits -
that his health
Improving rapidly to Wednesday night there had been beat to a frazzle on account of THE NEW! YORK =
t :Mr. and Mrs. Myers Albro delightfully discovered no clue. a superior strengthening(\ device to a
entertained the members of the Sheriff Howell has sent descriptions their orange box.
Twentieth Century club last Friday broadcast over the state and hopes These were the only Industries = 5 and I IOc Store ; Range
Brand evening. There were 18 members ere long to have some. If not all of from Putnam county exhibited at the
present and all express themselves the men back In the jail. He has fair
In terms most glowing. Dainty refreshments Issued a circular offering a total reward -
were served. of $275.00 for the arrest and de- Modern Progress In New.York. Bhfultts We are front showing tau up a ItrHt-cltiHM tine In Window goals| "

Hand The Boston Millinery store will tention of the prisoners who.are described Office building 28stories high containing .u, tttivlntf of sold about elH,'whore..hair what. such i
as follows: nhiutBB lire
u have for the Christmas trade a select a thousand offices. Many A large lon UnibwlliiM of HrHtqunllty
Brown Age 26 height Hardware Co.
George The
assortment of swell tailored suits ; painted with L.&M. at low pi,'ice. Kennerly
about 5 feet 8 Inches; weight 160 We extfnulve lino inAguto
r in all colors and of latest design. Hotels covering a city block containing curry every
pounds color goals from a pint cup up to d
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Tailored These suits will come direct from decayed 1,400 rooms; subway travel quart' )ot.
New York. Mrs. Morlson will announce face, upper teeth badly 46 miles an hour. In OmiMware we carry the largest W Everything in Hardware
Wanted for murder. Reward (50.
This Is modern progress. i selection In Putnnin cmmty. ,
the opening in this paper. Dumas 45 Our tttwk und" our largo iii
William -Age about ; Pottery
L. & :M. Paint Is modern .
progress ,
and Hnuctuw
stock Porcnluln up '
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Baker of weight about 105 pounds; height paint. FInteB,Tureens IN coinpli* In fait Palatka, Florida.
1 Clothing Jacksonville Mrs. Flel of St. Louis, about 6 feet. color,mulatto, mus- Buy oil fresh from the barrel and we have: everylhing l for house and

Mo., and Miss Mays of Monticello, tache, hair almost straight. Wanted add it to J>. & M. Paint, which Is table,use selection, \Vnlters from -
a daughter of lion. D. H. Mays were for murder. Reward $50. semimixed.Four I lie A up.Inrgtt __ -
In the city a short time on Wednes George Vale-Age, aboutHfi; height gallons L. & M. mixed with 8 Wo atlll I..dln our U>o per pound __ __
is Leader day. They had been making the 6 feet, 11 Inches; weight. 176 pounds; gallons Linseed Oil, at 50 cents a gal- "udy-no.. better sold elsewhme .'. -f + -=- +==========e

r,' a river trip from Jacksonville to Cres- color, ginger cake, small mustache. lon, makes actual cost of paint less for wo pur pound Putnam Pharmacy
cent and return. Wanted for murder. Reward $r.o. = : : : : ::: : : ==
as toStyle City than $1.20 per gallon.If .
L. J. Knop-Age, about 27; height PALATKA. FLORIDA.
the defect exists in the
t Fabric and :M.. S. Brown the Lemon street 6 feet B Inches; weight about 140 L. & M. slightest Paint that has been used on New York 5 and ice !
clother has a fine array of new goods pounds color,white; clean shaven; i Drugs, Druggist Sundries -1
house It will be for
any ; Store
received suitable for
t Finish. just holiday New York crook; great whiskey Patents.
The list embraces fine Initial
drinker. Wanted for grand larceny. !Hold Kennerly Hardware Co. It! PRESCRIPTIONS OAKEfUl.t.Y' 'OOMIPOUNOIiO.I'BBSH .
r, 'Twill pay you pocket handkerchiefs suspenders Reward $60. : by Lennon' Htrmit. Lloyd Block. I

.,, new and beautiful neckwear and the Henry Williams-Age, about 28!; Palatka, Fla. PALATKA, FLA. (GARDEN BRKD. Agent* Bailor Steamship I
look at
to hundreds other articles suitable for --- .J ""'
heightU; feet; weight about 190 Ibs.; + : :""' 3+ eW
a this specially men and youth. thumb off right hand. Wanted for !iIIII'.I' JI.Jlllr'IIIIJ.C'. c! ..:

Tickets for Rev. Dr. H. M. Whar- robbery. Color black. Reward $25. AMan'sIIouseIs
attractive line of.MEN'S ton's lecture at the Armory next Walter Scott Age about 20; Real Estate For SaleBy

Tuesday evening will be on sale at weight about 145; color black, half- His CastleIt
'i SUITS. \v. M. Curry's shoe store and at Miss witted, wall .barefooted, bad on cap.' j
Hattie Buky's dry goods store The Wanted for breaking. and entering. H. M. de Montmollln, Tires Tires Tires.

y.t l sale promises to be a heavy one owingto Reward $10. Pull.tka, Florida.Vacant ,
should be fortified/ protectedwith
Dr. Wharton's popularity In 1'a- Tom Williams Age 88; height 4
latka as a lecturer. about 5 feet 10 inches; weight about good paint. Ten houses" arc Bicycle Tires, all kinds--all prices atl
165 pounds; color mulatto, mustache, burnt up by slow decay, from not .
Lot!MUM on middle Lemon street; a
tHats M. Kanner Is arranging for another a dude coon. Wanted for grand being properly painted every one Bargain If oluquick.C'ottflRfl .

of his stupendous sales which Reward $15. that U destroyed by fire. And yet it ,Hood location, 4 rooms', 'lot BOxllH( ) ROWTON'S.We
I t,1 r goods, clothing shoes, etc., Walker Nelson-Age, 28; height 6 costs but little to keep.house well good driven well, all In good repair, a barifaln: : .
h( will begin on Deo. 6th and continuefor Good' hoiim,lot lonmoo,bath, hat end I.
feet, tI weight 1UO pounds 311017
; ; if the kind of :
s 20 days. Mr. Kanner will flood color Inchell'\\ Wanted for as- U painted used, The right best painter in paint the cold large! ( watery,lot. windmill.. and lank,good water, and l stick them on so they will stay, too,
with his lit
the advertising
county sault with intent to murder. Reward -
erature next week and advises world cannot do a good job with (Cottage' on Kmmattatreet A room, lot !texts,
; peo- $15.Alvin UDolo.and location.. without extra charge.
wait for his announcement. per paint but give good painter
l 1AU h ple to Horton Age, about 17;; Fourteen room house Emmett street lot
iYr The Jacksonville Times.Union of: height 5 feet, 5 Inches; weight about 1001'00), lino location.
t r in soft and stiff Thursday the 22d lust contained an 110; color white. Has near over J'ATTON'SPAINTS Emmett Vacant otree."d lot MxKM river with, line iulpur location.well,'between m
account of the wedding of Miss Lou- right eye. Wanted for breaking aud
Four home sheet lot
room corner luOxlOO,
shapes. ise Moody of Ocala and Mr. A. U entering. Reward $10. porches: threealdes: ,Just completed
Vf"T t Fancher of Braldentown. They were Two Y""nllotl" North r:nd. looxltftt, good< .
c r i sTtv' Doctor Morgan Dead.Dr. bundles loin.
*%]* married at Jacksonville. The bride Five acre farm One mile from city under We are now prepared to furnish to order all kinds of
Is a sister of the late Dr. Vincent F. Ben). E. Morgan a former citizen new wire: fence; ; email house,sued for poultry

Moody and frequently visited her of this city: and county and at vefretablait.,Several tine etc country bargains. Writ or lee Dressed Kiln Dried Lumbersuch
his residence In this
brother during the session of 1807) one of Putnam me (doe parUoiilara. as
;'' Leading lines of county's representatives In the legislature
city.Rev.. William Wyllle New Mexico died In Mllledgevllle, Ga., and you 'will surely get a Job that Flooring, Ceiling:, Sideing, Caselng, Etc.,
in to Oct., 2Uth. will look well and wear well. DeliciousBon and would be pleased to next
has arrived the city assume because figure with you on your
Shoesfor temporary charge of St. Mark's Episcopal It la stated that he had gone to the They ore economical painla order. Ring us up 'Phone No. 111, or call on us at our
r church. Rev. Mr. Wyllie is asylum in Mllledgeville. for treat- they cover 10 much much more Bons factory oil liver front foot of Old O. S. & F. Dock.
r by his wife and chile ment and that for some little time surface and 1 near 10 longer

l MEN and BOYS and accompanied the family Is boarding with, Mrs previous he had been afflicted with a than ordinary painu.retailer They whose are and Maull Manufacturing Company, Palatka, Fla.
Metcnlf. Services will be held at the mental ailment.Dr. sold by reputable

s at right prices.Neckwear. usual hours at the church on Sun eight. Morgan years lived during In Palatka which time some, business the continued existence; patronage depends of satisfied upon Chocolates :-- -...
days. --- >-
from the of medicine, cuitomrn. Get Color Card iW4i4DilJ1aVG41000GiA
aside practice
H. L. Miller who' recently pur- he read law and was admitted to the and information fromMensum All Home-Made Candles 111C41L"li.E lW rlL 1 J* 71'' Jd T
chased the store building on upper bar. He always took an active Interest ;: :
Lemon street occupied by Grainger In local and state politics. He Di Co. Something new added Furnish
first-class establishment < ] Strickland'sBread
> a therein on.grocery the let ofecemher. was made a many man of friends.genial After nature leaving and every tlay. l,

\ Mr. Miller Is well and Palatka he located In Tampa wherehe Palatka Florida. L. A. SMITH
t Shirts favorably known to the people of Pa- lived for a short time and then Good

lutka, having resided here many went to Mulberry, Polk county, Fewer Gallons; Wears. Longer. ; Lemon St.. Palatka.
years during ten of which he was where he was engaged in the drug Devoe. tf I
:It ""I Underwear, foreman of G. M. Davis" Bon's business and in the practice of medi i
/ tank factory. The News predicts cine. as never: married is not only l SUPERIOR:
that the new tore will have .a good but is survived by a brother, J. B Groceries
1 but also his
Hosiery trade. Morgan pt Jennings Fla. New N\il1inery so are

I A Whole Bunch of 'Em. Sirkuj." New York another Invoice of Latest j) Buns Rolls Cakes
> it Everything that's "Klown Just arrived from shapes and Every Dayin > i
Sheriff Lee Ooodson raided colors In Hat.-Whlte Felt. Pearl Greys London Smoke. the )
for Deputy Local commedlans are arrangingfor shade this Glossy Wing Bnnntlfnl. Flowers Ribbons
t New and Nobby Mamie Johnson Monday new season Pies Etc.
'm the house.of "Klown Ulrkus" to be given
and Velvets galore, In fact all the BIXIN3 for your Christmas Hat. ,
erg and Winter wear night,gathering In Mamie and seven sometime between now and Christmas tile oountor. Special of the jj
Fall Many hats yet left on 490 opening j
of her guests who were engaged In for the benefit of the Palatka suits direct from Nesr.York about Deo. lOUi. All latest desstorns ji> Suppose You Try Them I j jIf
gnnU lng.! The dice and money Were Athletic association.. The Slrkus Is
at. . and shades. Fine OoocU, -Fair Prices
,6 6r'r 6t all on the table when the officer en- to be given at the club rooms In the Year.Our i i I" you like them the wagon -
tered the room. and from the -
Justice C. I. Rowton held court old armory now making 1C Is safe preparations to predict Boston Millinery Store Arlene Morl.on, will call and get your

over the entire bunch on Tuesday that It will be a big hit In the Designer Goods are:l'rnsh and New orders from time to time.

I M S. Brown's morning were when each sentenced.Mamie and Mamie her amusement line.Fortnightly. 80 Lemon Street. Palatka, Florida. and we would like to have you CLEAN
: guests call Our Hakery is ,
In a total of $->7. 8 and each of Club Meeting. -- and Inspect them.

her guests paid. $17.93, except one The chairman of the committee, nauuaaa ancuoeoeeoecmogeemonnammoammmmmnerccceer If It la not convenient for you I) The Product WHOLE-;

.; who paid $18.17 and another who was of asks the News to say' that "the next u to call Just phone your order In to t SOME. ,
took the
and Jail option
friendless The total of flues collected meeting of the Woman's Fortnightly I Wish to Announce! R Rf No. 84, and It will receive
{ Clothier r 80 days. club will be held on Friday, Deo. 7, promptand 0. L. Strickland
and the total of costs was careful
was ,8O, Hiveretreet. attention ,
of Mrs. on
: $56.75. The former goes to the coun- at the home. The report of the delegatesto f a: That I have purchased a First Class Stock of n

;, 'i ty and the latter to the official. the Federation at Tallahassee will u and Groceries | Grooms' Old Stand.:
4NPG Fancy
the Staple L. C. ,. \
be heard and, as the topic for Stephens _" irar rmrm laTHF1 TnnL.a
Maccabees. Notice! day Is Household Science the members n Fresh from the large wholesale houses and solicit a share t tof u -

Gems'' Faruisner r All member of Putnam Tent, are. all discussion asked to of contribute housekeeping to anInformal ant your patronage. All goods bought_for cash delivered free n AN'rED.-Horie and wagon'

y : G Knights of the Modern Maccabees matters. It It 1 Is only an especially anywhere in the city. Best of attention given all orders. a Kirby and Morris. Streets, Write to or apply to this offlce

are requested to meet at H. Finley good recipe for corn bread bring It -- -
Tucker's Insurance office, near courthouse along[ and let the others know about H. L. MillerOrainger'a Palatka, Florida. tW eitebllell'ed : :
evening, NOT. n. a aiI NTED-Trauter for
Ito.s this (Friday) It. Ihls Is to be a social meeting Dollars" weekly
PQlQl will House. Twelve
I Both be brought at 7:80.: before Important the meeting matter and and Is. Intended as a welcome to then : Old Stand, Upper Lemon St. Pal atka, Fla. rJ > IW\ to start. Expenses paid.! Raferelloes.(
.w members who are especially Palalks. .
all be member present.are earnestly requestedto asked to be present/ clngclmrdmotactanamammm mnroanmmommm amammraaammcomammamaat The New. |1 a y ar. i'la. lI.tJO..W'i

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