The Palatka news
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 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: UF00075922:00049
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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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NO. 49 IALA'.i 1;;
FLORIDA) > FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. 190G.roa. & $1. 1 6jJ.h .!'.

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-- 01'4f\r For Pnbll'aUolI.) { The Shopping;, Season. For Deep Water.

Ill tli I << en-cull Ooui't, Ulrhth, JuUlulol i'lrrMI 'I The Palatkn llonnl of Trade held _
\ :: :; : Tim feW weeks Initiii-dtiiLfly, ,reoeeUInK IIifKTY
It, I'ul iiuiti, Ooiiuty, Flui'idit.,s Ohun-, a, well-uttoruliMl nnil IlIt..rcMthlKI1..et.
Jlii'lHtniim A RIDf fOR
uer"> urn ennmitlully InK In (Hi" council chamber lust Monday -
E Klcbai'4 tS. JOIIDB 1 1VI. tho shopping wrrks of 1 lli vntlre night. The meeting, had been
w THE i Bill for thl, Hum ..
NEW year. Dtii'liiR "eryIIan.,
called fur the of taking antlon ..
: J. P WIIII..Oompllu)', l (.innuvllaR wuimiu ami child buy BOIJIH thing. purpose
Ouipoiatlou utu J- tlon uf lu support Congressman
ami | Tux, l>Dfld It Is the senson of Roucl cheervhml Clark. who i U to make an effort' to secure Original..] r
Peuvoek Hunt.A Wett Coiup'y, I I Kio;) every person Las It In them to make Kentucky In famous (ti* its pretty i
: a Oel aUun,ute...t IIh.hM I an appropriation by Congressfor
suma oilier person he ppler. girls and flno horses 'j'\\' iw storY
deepening, tho channel of tin St. \ a
> IMPERIALi nnpunrlnit by 'nillcliivlt' C p4tidd to the '' .
'U led, tn, the: :iilxtvo HtuinU eiiuw: hut Th } ..Iatltl tnnrutiitnlB have Iro.vided Johns River between 1llatki'alld: of both. The horses wo\jV\ | ) hot bo hl- ,
f J. P. WillliuuH Ooniimny' u Oor tlonu I'nr this season of uhoppliiR .
"pom Jacksonville. tereotlntf without the tfl lt AIM! without -
ml HIthH I IIIWH of the Ct' ito or jMoriiin, mid tim|114 t'riiljnbl. murn coiiintftelythan
YPllr !
A; : swellest Overcoat ( Peacock" Aunt A W..ut t'oiuptiiiy' n Oui'imt'otluu i-ver bt-forp. ThnfikHrn mirter. Dr. Crill fetid n letter from Congreswnmn the borne there woul\j \lii,, OQ story.
of the undo tile luvvauf the Htiidt of UttorUln. Clark asking for statistics Charlotte DeForest Ism girl |111
TliPi'e, IH tiiori"* I In t''II'CIII/ltinn./ |
Liar UvfuiiiliuitH' lluivln iiumt-U ,itn* mmrvHliltuiU money .
; yearandsmartestdesjgnI of thf Hititn of I1i'II:, :;,, .and both and I Ihcrvfiirc. nil I I will I do u bxttertrnde. and It commlt.tHO was appointed Crlll If., consisting U.Hnmni question mid Kite was tli\ \belle of the
of Ir K. S.
: rYi corpfirittluiiH hire ri'Ml ) In ill Htitttt ( over the and Li. C. Stephens to securo
brought out for many a E- HKOuriw.:ttity-oiiH, ,: nrll :iol'II.'t;t'. tliui'., \Uno Even the nuwspiipur conies In.for a what would tend to show In .a conservative shoot nud dance. nixl Ul II-f( onJ ives ti
I '''"'Hun in I tint I, suit.. of Klorlda, upon share In his 11'\. l trade prnuiierl-!' the amount of commel'OIl constant terror to her fatl rt ADI il motli-

; season. ] minU whom(tdfotulniitMf tile, Httrvlcu'of' I IH thIi'ror HtihHTniv< orcltn'wonltt.il bind thutMitltl ty. Its HpacB IH In d..1II..lId l hy ..nterprlHlnK which way passe between this er lest she be thrown flt ln aIPe oC ,
c: ; : : "on.r..hl..II' J)..,tf.iinlii.ntit. I bll and itntlutrnhy nu-rchutits who would of
,, ) : city and Jacksonville. The report the wild horses she rod'jr /get shot ,, t'
riMtiliiiU| to iiipt| ni' tti tlm 11111 1 1 offoinpliLlrit "rcniili/ I HIM ppoiiln-Hie bnynrs.
This IH IlliMl' In .nl l< lonk withudvertlHingut thin committee was turned over to while hnntliifr or, worst <"*/ oil, lusko: a 1
'! : the Coat you will, sou tIiiIi, of Jaiiuurv A. !>.. 'tel\ the aeeretary! of the board on Wed. match with sow uudUijPlle' ': I
r..tm"d\l': ? I parl.1'Her ,
: time of 'I'al'but
\: this
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l utli ) ufHulu 1 will Iw ueudrty anti has already been forwarded
) I .; worn hy nil the best dresaers ,,,ken UH coiifofctmm, hy auld. DyfciHluiita we are not Kolnrf to make epoiogvfor \ tofl'. Clark. father, however 11'8ber attto i
this winter. It IM further o'd..dIII' thin Older be the condition. Hrlffht ...dvertlng !- rein In everything except /Aiirr'uife.'
I Dignified
; shnple puhllMhoU ouue wvtik for four consecutive The board adopted u ruing /;-
aristrocratio e; I .oko lu the Pnhttka New., a nitwsptipor Is news especially this timeof Congressman Clark to do his So lung a.. Charlotte Vy\ laPel fre) t
in the .
oxtreme. it puhiuhtxl I n cold 1 Oouuty ,nd Htnt* the year. when every onn Is limiting utmost to secure 18 feet of water between her father's statement Olij; bet Interest 'I
7; t WltiiHHM hnnd and' oinuliil cent tills
niy for mid whilt'sbent
is thoroughly a Oentlenlllll'sgarment. the ikl dny of Doouuitwr Jiloit.Ju)4EP1< thinking to Palatka. and Jacksonville, on her but one duly came IJ\I| Dangler/ .tt.
I ; buy. Our columns will tell th..m.and
1 ) { PRIOM.Hofil the ground that the commercial young! Teunesueenn wLUftJ. every
Equally appropriate [ ] UUirk (Mritult Court.W.W. In so telling we fulfill our mission demanded that
terests of this
HAMPTON live trait to make him unacceptable to oll( ,
its n
as a Dress Overcoat or an everyday tfollultoi' for Oofiiplitlimnt. lU 7-Bt _. -- -uftwmipnper.Pythien- ------.. depth. people and every trait W tnaku him
Jt' convenience. You Sisters. The present river and harbor. committee acceptable to tho //a JalL J late
can BOO young.
E- Be lute to be on hitud to BBS the of Congress of which Hon. T. <
::... from the picture the dislinKiiished peoplt ffrab for merchandise. thrown Pythian Sinters:' now the name of K. Burton of (Cleveland Ohio is ly luliertted a iilimtntl", mimiC llurfreeslmro -

j l &h1o & Co look this French :- from I. M. Meyer 00.'.. roof. Kvery- the K. of P. anxllliarv formerly chairman la giving much time and with a fair l hl i* lt account
new body follow the crowd. besides stocks and bomThis ha t
J, PneCJotheMajers known as the Rathboue BUtern.Palatku : study. to the needs of the Inland ;
Bellimoro Flare Back gives. You will Temple, Mo. 1C, lit (HID waterways. of the country and Is was irocwMlluit. to run tlV'Xjtfb\ / a* rapIdly -

and N ew Turk I like tlio moilpl l ; buy a genuine Lock and GunsmithDealer meeting lust Monday night, elected showing a i-ommeudabln desire 'to us possible IInd hll'\<\\ Wendy got
the following olllcrrs for (tie ensuliiK a'JvHimo" these Interests of the people away with a full quarttor., It. Hit ,

term: In keeping with the growing needs wu huudsome as a plct,,"> cklesD. '

KIRSCHBAUM GARMENT Pant C., ItntHe N. Itnk.v'i; M. of commerce. Congressman llnrton generous brave-In short, jVt this man
E. (!I., Jennie R. Brown ; .K H., spent. Collie time III Florida. during of
to .
# HIcyelttH: and Bowing machines Ella V. Urooms' E. J., I.aitra V. DII- the piist summer, but did nor, we couture u gIrl uluetV, ) '

""-.. in this) stylw. and you will like the Coat. lu no other- ,make can von /HewliiK! Mat-111 lie Needle of Pont B.;and M. (of J..T.Fannie, Daisy W.O.Oerber Neck,;: M.M. the regret,St.In Johns say. river.make an Inap.,1I1I11 of lutte Dangler DeForust'a made, short heart wOlf l i't wltU C 'llrlotte.Cbaf-' I ,

:i find the same' unfailing good style materials and fine hand-tailoring. E and SupplleN. of (". Amelia Holden ; P. of '1'., Mary All citizens' will commend this action knowing that !her lather ,\>ol4 disapprove 4

d \%> ar'' vulo, ngonts for the celebrated Klrsclibaum Clothluic.We Bicycle SuiulrleH, Etc. Spain. ; (Jr. of O. T. Emma J. to dmon.011 of .Palatka'a Board of Trade. of him said notul l* About bet'I I
( olfer you A oplnndId selection of the best of these ; trustee /Susan! Dlxon : rt'preuuen- The board la composed of 1'alatka'srepresentative lava and would not peri ''t ber lover '
unequulnd -
tatlve. to grand. tempI"lulo R. business men and it to ask for her band. Her fVeUts tooK: .
at 10
rq Kuruients pi-ices $ up. We have all the latent stylo* In has much for
already accomplished
Flue and medium Suits and (Jv roouta at all prices and everything t;I Brown. -- --_.. .---_.- the benefit of the city. fright the moment Dandify/ ; appeared"
that's good Winter Furnishing. Come and Nfte us.Fearnside The Vote. on the scene; but as by put In no I
417 Lemon St. Palatka FlaiI : Drainage The Show is Coming. claim for their daught/ end their
; The total vote, for the drainage Greater.: than any other Is the Sun daughter did not admit V> partiality
Clothing Co. ; m"'mmmm"'m"mmFIRE", ", amendment In the state In the November Brothers' Railroad Shows and Trained for the young scapegrac 1 there was

: election was. 23Cu8[ of which Animal. :Kxposltlon. Thin Is the no excuse to keep the tv't, "psrt. 1'lm

8,787 were for dralnnire(\ and, 14,771 Ideal show the public hare been eagerly best the parents could do i'orf to mak .
IE K'ilnst' making. a majority. 5tittl!
; : for. No false
waiting proteiifes a new rule that Charlotte t1onl4 not III
Palatka Florida. against the proposition. The counting and of
no misrepresentations
future 'save the preml/ with an/
Z to give a majority vote In favorof the ofamusements .
kind to
: :: Insure your property = any tempt patrons young ijan without othef mpOny.
drainage were Bruvnrcl, Calhoun
but the
on contrary
E against Fir :: Clay: Cucambln, Holmes, Lee. Liberty promise la faithfully kept. Against this Charlotte P\?!'eated with

$ t. S:= with ==SI Madison Satire Bosik and Taylor. every Our motto has always been to "Ex out avail. Both she 0'nel' lover
i Ten counties favored the scheme and cel" not only III presenting to the knew well that It was dIVHml. o altmt

H. Finley Tucker, thirty-six gave blgmajorllles against American public nn exhibition at them, and from that mom/U\ t tttey act '
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3En .. .... .. once pure and Instructive but In ed as prisoners eager to lture lI erty. I
FOR SALE.-Two full-blooded == Insurance = grandeur and completeness In Its They began by deliberately, ; breaklutf
FOR SALE! Office opposite Court House rS Spanish .Supper. 1 and features .
Heifers areulo zoological special
Jersey 14 months old. Will the rule riding away tll. l.ltner. Mr. '
is Palatka. Fl rldn.Timumuiuuuuuuuiuujtti. ::3 Mrs. 8. J.- Hllburn of Palatka ; In .addition to this there are I
be sold at a sacrifice. See S. J. Kenuerly sensational DeForest sent a servant 'v,\tecjll1 them.
acted as chaperon Wednesday evening resented numerqun
Pal atkA. ? to a pleasant party of young feats, awe Inspiring acts 30th century Affairs had not yet goi% to for that ,

Improved and Unimproved LandIn people, who enjoyed supper at the girls as clowns, object holders Charlotte would disobey, \>ut It wan
-- -- -- -- Iran' Orlente where the viands fairly and novelty performers, male and not long before she kneW that certain

made the board groan with their female champion nrenlo celebrities, of the household bad been deputed to I,
Both Giiy and County. k'f weight. Besides. chaperon those. always at every performance. Double watch her. Then she leo\- Hkl that hef I

present were the MiiisesAddle Barr triple and quadruple bareback father bad so far periled a system
acts on the unclothed backs
of High Frankie Cole of riding
) Springs
; of espionage that It \ uld ba Impossible -
y ;
Madison Luchie of Jacksonville of running, racing, galloping and
Brooches trotting horses. Those availing for her to got n\Ay, WIth her
Rings ; Sarah: and Oorrls Knight of
Henry Strunz Ui-adviitown; KvleSpurkumn' of this themselves of attending will nee lover even If she deslf to do so.

city; and the Messrs.\ Claude Root of some of the best talent, feature acts, Just as soon as she dl.co"j/\'o/ tins shot

Plant City: Alle.i Parrlsh. of West eto., that brains and money cnn se made up her mind to \i/* Palatka, Florida : Come and see for yourself 4 Palm Beach ; Iiovlck B. Bpnrkinnn: cure. The Sun Brothers' Shows will the cordon placed about ijf at tb.9 first

'1.'. H. M. exhibit at Palatka on Saturday Deo.
: Byrd Sparkman, : SpArkmRII.Jr. opportunity.One .
the finest line ever carried ., and George Heyman of this city.
15th.Two morning Mr. DeFm-At W0' la .it 4
; rain or
performances, ,
See the Vhile1.11gb'. Sanitary Felt Mattress.Pure in Palatka. Tampa Tribune. IltI and 8 p. m. Doors open one Held near the bouse trying fomo hor e..

: hour earlier. Don't fall to see the lEe stablemen were el /'Vlng their
Clean Healthy. ; The County Commissioners. great street pageant day. of Bhowat pace before him. Chariot and Ball

Cjf Solid Gold Rings from ) The board of County Corn mniesion- 12 o'ulock noon. No gambling or Dangler went over to tu|,, A l look at

era met 011V..dll"RdaY'1I111 the session games of chance allowed with Sun the stock. Charlotte had D"r own sad
$1.00 to $500.00 each. continued through Thursday Brothers' Shows.: "We carry our own
dIe brought out and Inslflq oil trYlnJr
making It too late for time News to electric light plant.
give a full report of the proceedings.Tim one of the horses When\,jl'e, dlStuouot'I. -

? (jJ f Solid Gold Brooches report of to;. N. McNab. ferryman with Nature which luiHjiiHt nile) I prailiinua ono tilKtnunt, all on tlio her nmrvuloiutint "'"pallctta :Dangler asked permlS'IAu to mount

showed that flUH 15 was collected and lust one ptttmuiu 1 IH thol another. Then the two lI.II.lit!> niottoaa
from 75C to $450.00 each. In fares on the ferry during the > ,) d.IJI'I''I:: 'I hli.hIko. |ilnk. :bonuath: ttietlniwrnatlM to mount at the same tljl\lI. but Mr.
,the dolluatu rome of tile oheuk,the dhurry
month of November. Tills\ left adeflclmicy rliitmeNfl' of the i iu'l'hdoeit triO. Deforest ordered his dtttjbter to de
Call and inspect. You will be J.tI. of $11( (UUI less one lost lily, juice, of tule eysa el'r\:, II, by Rims: blood.JlNt sist and Dangler rode oft "'\olle.I .
make "us the permanence 01 a boaumtifui auntimlgwill
p or 17.36' to up.' ..iujcud upon .11.. pllrlty 01 the ou'o' ," wl.h I More than an hour was //b>ut trying
( sure to find something you @ The ooinmlsslonors voted I a donation which "It U pnlnlud' HO tile permimunve of he[ horses. Dangler. moH\ teA a. number ,
of $60(), to !Mr. C. H. Son tun, superintendent beamy depends on the purity of tbe blood.
like. of the Children's Home faint' powder nud ,coumfUlo won't avail toirelrv In succession and ul\jl\t\ pretense

Society of ]<'lol'ldllor the care of ;br. IMerco'B, buuuty.Golden: lleauty Mudlcal' DcKlim Iiluuovery In tile U blood.a'true of testing their speed r'4jlli< tDeta till

orphaned and neglected children. beaiitltlnr' necaiittolt provlileii for nature' that they[ were well nigh exb\\/ Jeweler
ICUSE. FURNiSHER! c4 W. S. FRY, Leading .1. \V. Conway wits the only bidderfor 'pnra: line blood of thu with mudlclne: which. ,' will alone ci.,aha:,...can thoikln paint.ha ., : DeForest after having t t.j/I\o/ checked

CAPT. M. R. RYAN. -- filling In and building. the trestle hliilea liii aonjilezlou, blhbm the eye.aiU s I by her father would not j \;nat again
approaches to the new steel drawbridge : hive \ Owe and form that riiincebraitli Mt
PALATKA, FLORIDA. $ 9' ovorlllce Uceek. His bid was which I. the groatelt charm, 01 bn.uty. stood pouting looking' tjo, holding
,. m.III.I" becalms I her liorso the bridle Tbera
TII I. not a "palelll IVoryboltle by / 'Itt.
MHO!( and I he contract was awardedhim .
-- -- bears II. wrapper lull list i 01 tile
-- upon
--- _. '- .. _- ., at that HHure. ... iigredtantN., bond for free booklet to l>r. K. V. wan one horse called Slui, A that Dangler -
-- ------ -- -- The new rond machine. ordered by Pierce,Dlltra'o.' N. Y. pronounced Incapable fi nay speed

I ..c ;; .t1 fiJ ... the commissioners at the November whatever and the anla\,,l W4' left
r; ) .
Service at Crescent City.
c;, ""' ..'''"'<:;' meeting arrived this week and Is with his bridle rein tbtXu over a
Diamond Pins Diamond Rings 'IWIt Interlnchen. Money III coming Bew. Father P. Barry will go to fence post Presently htoIt a fe*

= In for the road by private donations Crescent City next Thursday Deo.lUth whispered words betweei the lovers,
& and the work of building the remaining over until the afternoon ,
r "!;; road will soon be lu full swing. Mr of Friday. On Friday he will Charlotte mounted and /Ma toward

I: Diamond Mounted Watches Wylie was In the city and met the celebrate Mass probably In the parlor be: LOUBO. All except t i"ifflet were

: ; board. He bus hiM forces organized; of Crescent In II. too prooccupled to notl,. Wilt she
'350 says Palatka business men are coming passed the house and 11'8"oon' lost to

iGold and Gold Filled Watches d. to the front nobly with donations, C. H. Bramhall, J. I.. Rsnkln view down the road 'I\1a lId4enl1 II

'4 00 and that the road .Is now an assured Practical Painters. Dangler mounted Simon II.ndtlabed!

Met. We are practical paint makers. after her."Mutunti.

I Signet Rings, Signet Pins oth..ratyl.a. Dr. Wharton's Lecture.Rev. We have made the L, 0M., Paint by I Quick sbol\t Mr, De-
of oue-thlrd of
I machinery for the period Forest."Five hundred ikjhapa\ to the
Waist Sets. OO Dr. H. M. Wharton of Philadelphia a oeutury. luau who catches theml" 7There
| Signet delivered his lecture on the Our machinery produces 10,000 gallonsof
three stnbl"Ael1 and
"Ups and Downs of Llfn", lit the Armory L. .t U. Paint better, and In leas time, were
of Holiday on Monday. night before a good than IOU) gallons can be c-ade by hand torses[ all lu the stable Curing been
.. A Large Assortment sized audience. mixing. brought out. Two of the Joreee belo,

:; Before the lecture there was a finely We use thousands of.tons of palut material saddled, two of the men 'wnted and I

;g Goods.- Call and inspect. executed piano solo by Mlsslieoks whero a palDtor uses lit pounds.We rode away while the retaining man ,

.,31 $ which was heartily applauded.. Also give your customer the best Job In saddled one of the remajln) horses.

The Jeweler n vocal quartette by Mesdames. the world with L. A U. because the L. AU. This Mr. DeForest luou fM tumself.Ue .

| SMITH | ICnlght and Kotrton! and Misses Lwlb Zlno hardens the L. & Fl!. White was too old to Join In and H..ld. This was. pleasing to Lead and l makes L. &: M. Faint) wear like wished to follow. TheIv" men la
the audience that the I lidles were Iron for 10 to IS years.
I Palatka Fla. g compelled to respond to au encore. Aotual cost L. 0M.. about 1.20 per advance pushed on wlt(, t<. speed
1>Whnrton's leoture occupied an gallon for awhile but It was flOg lofttf before

1 hour In Its delivery and every moment So'd by Konnorly Hardware Company, they discovered that \\jm\r\ horses
Silver Brushes | of the hour furnished w lole. Palatka Fla freshness hud been worn t>ut by; Dau-

Silver Novelties. Home entertainment. Ho will always gler In his pretended effort, \o test their:
| and Mirrors BOOTS be a favorite with .n Palnlknaudience. Put*. .I>eed. Miss DeForest's l\/sa/ had not

CASTILIAN A strange comedy and tragedy was been used at all, and Slm", A, ridden by

mmm-m woven Into the lives of Ibsen and Dangler, was fresh as 5. *als)'. Th. '
) Lots of fun for everybody next Bjoruson. As young men they were which not hail
-" plan was predV/lltatad\\
_. -- 6 ucloclc in
-- at front
-- Monday evening
friends then them
politics flung
--- great ; been
I 'a store. simply to show th., old people

We have'Just placed I In Block n com-I I II Cabbage and Lettuce Cl THE A last word of fashion in women's Quality !: or I. M. Meyes CUBED Co.PABILXHIB.! apart for years:; they! and qUArreled years. and Strange never fate met one's that they movements.could not The1)couft o\tI'l 'the premeditated younit

plete LInofCrockery footwear is the new Queen W. F. Bally. P. 0 Truo.-Texas, writes: brought the children ,of these two thing about It wi i Hall Dan-
Its distinctive features arc wife bad been suffering live great writers together and Bjornson's
Plants For Sale! / 'Castilian Boot. "My years I !gler'i wearing out the Beii s" that
with la her arm, when I was
Cuban paralysis daughter married Ibsen's only child. I
ahort and forepart, a high the couple could not be Puvile, to ad
t a vamp pursuaded to use Bullar<\ Know Liniment The fathers met after a quarter of a "

and, the lot: embraces some of theprettl" Cabbage plants. $i.OO. per 1.000. heel and a high arched shank and instep. t which cured her all right t have century of separation at the wedding then vantage.the other First, and one whet foll Mr.' er DeS'or.st lagged-
also< used It for old sores frostbites and _
InPalatkVouW t pieces ever shown like Lettuce plants.. $1.00 per 1.000. A These handsome boots accentuate the beauti- skin eruptions. It does the work." of their children.. cameup ha found bototlt| of the

to show them to you.% Beets and Celery plante in season. (- ful, graceful lines of ihe foot, and give it the ,. Sold by Ackermao-Htewart Drug Co. COCOHINO) SPELL CAUSED DEATH. race. The couple had gOIa", fret Tb"
Prices reasonable. Terms cash with order.Plante smaller. Not old waD rode on a short litsAca and
Then we I packed in 1111)88.Montrose 2 appearance of being a full size: Notice! "Harry Duokwell aged 25 years saw thS! young couple VUstl facing,
: .
'haveFurniture only is their style inimitable,but the "QueenQuality" choked to death early yesterday mornIng each other Dangler talkl e rne>tly.It .
Notlofl\ H hereby)given.b,11t Is my 'Inteiillon at his home In the presence of his
trademark U a positive guarantee aa AdniliiUtrntrtx o( tile ntuta of I we was a crisis. flitS the father I
and House Farm wife and child. He contracted a slight
JiMnea H.iirouiuM.UuofiMiul. to iimkt* appllcitlliin 1 -
of quality. And never did this signify! so to 110... M. t.Ooxtt' 'oun.y JtnlrfenfPiuiiam coil l a few days ago and paid but little maintained his equanlmtf "Ml might
Furnishing: Goods county, Plorltlit, at lilii olltoe at the attention to It. Yesterday morning he have been well. Instep\ tt" burled
.. : much as now when shoes are being cheapened llnurt. Hauiw' In tile (;it.v ol 1'ulntUiv, 'i| In seized with of which anathemas at Dangler B< ;f \threatened
lit prices remarkably low. Cull: and I'alatka.. Florida. ,$. I'ulonk a. ,,u.,on tile 4CII day of January.IM was a lit coughing V< _
inspect them. 10-6.t ? on all sides to offset the advancingcost /t: for authority to sell thu roi.iuwig rw.ietate ; continued for some time. His wife sent to shoot him If ha ever c.A. near bill
4\ baloiitfiiitf) ) to ,mihl BMtnte of the lave for a phjbfolao but before h4 could arrive I home again. Then he toAched his
R. MOONEY. of leather and other shoe materials. JIIIIIBII H. urotiiiiH, HUuiktuil I In thHOoiiiity .
S. : another
Of Putnuin,ami Slate of Florida via.' : All. coughing spell came on I daughter la no paternal t'tmsDan ,
Notice. 6. or thou f. H. KntfKluo! Urutit,oil 'Heftlon thli'- and Duokwell dlml rronuulfo"Mloo.-St. gler seised his companion bridle and
for the y.ar HERBERT CROOK. 5OLEPiMa tv-leeCh t lid>, In TowiiHlilp I nlna till.) HimthKanuii Louie[ Globe Democrat, Pee. 1st 191)1[ | :" I
The City Tax Hooks Twenty-Mix tail>> KIIHI, exitept HofliliofiioiM drew her away. ,
fl. Grace Rowley, ol ,.. B&llard's Horehnund Syrup would have
for 111..lle? thureof have heretoforewttn\ eventually/\ .
opmi forrflven.OBRTRUDta
I irtMl% ) ur" now wilt ray on ",",' ".vu\ by the lute John O. HCOOIIIH,lieVBUHetl. iavod" him. 25o, 60s ai'd tl 00 Bold hy The couple were ; _
notorte 1'lch''rlml AccompanUt Taxes. 'l'he penalty December Blat, n nil hlM 'leual ruurvMentatlveH.' A okerman-Stewart Drug Co. \ "QOW""N.I .. .
Coaching OIL Hong" All Lazes p"ia after This Deo.tltb.I.1. .-1 I I -;:,N. -
\ ::J:. aLlaN W. (I ROOM, Collfl. n o lm MO
Superior Instruction nt Pupil's IUO. : I AN'rEO.-Hor and Chamherlaln'
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N. BLACI{WELL, '" ; 'r'Q ;G'"( AdRilnlHti'atrlx' ICntutttofVMU \ i rrk.n" a>rir.
Residence. J. Collector. 4"# Q''O; James K. OroouiH,deceased. Write to or apply t<\ this olflae. Never.11a. Buy/ U now. II Jj'Vy' see lit*.
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; ; THE PALATKA NEWS Among Florida thoughtful Hon. S. J.'men Hilburn's In all partsof 'con- POMONA NEWS.Mrs. WELAKA.Miss ,t .

Entered at the Palatka postofflce tribution conceded to to anti-drainage have been one literatures of the 0. H. Worcester I. still im Marjorie Barstow of Palaikalsvlsiting ,I.,' .":t"..." ....,..: "11'
mallable .
as matter ,
of the aecond ..
most telling arguments made for the proving. Misses. Nettle and Viola "
class. '
-. defeat of that iniquitous measure. Miss Madge Smith wits a visitor in MoLeod.Mr &ea*7

r Published: at Palatka Fla., on It[ : awoke the vital hundred. of honest citizensto town; Sunday.: Hodges Jacksonville' stopping HOLDERS OF
Importance of its defeat. TO
at the Gates House the .bill. NOTICE
: Frldayi byRUSSELL -Palatka News. Miss Bertha Morrison of Welaka on IMPORTANT

True to the fullest, and it Is to such spent the day with friends in townon Quite a number! of our citizens TOBACCO ]
'1 cfi VICKERS. men as Mr. Hilburn throughout the the 2nd. went down to Palatkn during the R. J. REYNOLDS

state that we Florldiana must lookto A. H. Eauiea arrived from, Bonbon past week on business and pleasure. '

1. Wai. A. RUSSELL, Edller! help overthrow the trickster, Thanksgiving day and ta visiting Thanksgiving day was spent very AS SPECIFIED IN AND FACSIMILES .
scheming element that would rule u. his brother tn Pomona quietly here. No excitement of any ,
with an -'Iron Rod," if a change la kind, as every ono WAS too busy eatIng ARE SHOWN' ON
THF MASHER CURSE. not brought about. Our better pub. O. H. Piplar has once more assumed turkey. S. OF WHICH
_ lie men must come out In the open charge of the Western Union office -
Score one-and a good one-for and lend a band In clearing away the at Pomona. and will spend the Miss Rosa K. Holloy went down to CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS.
Officer Caine of the New York police clouds and getting; rid of that element winter In his home town. Palatka Saturday on a short visit to THEIR 1906

r foroe. He has arrested and convict which It not checked will I). A. Perry la attending to the friends., .

t ed one of the genteel mashers who keep a cloud over Florida public duties of night operatorattbi. place, I, Charlie Williams' friends will be holders'

are all too numerous In that city. affairs and eventually bankrupt us. hereby affording better service to glad to hear that he I III some better. This space was bought to remind .of our tags,
; Como out to the man gentlemen, tbe A. C. L. patrons In this vicinity. We all hope that he will soon be out
; The particular masher caught and and do your duty Your country again. overlooked the fact-that our offer of presentsfor
.. convicted la no less a person than needs you and there must be no Miss Margaret Brad spent Thanksgiving who may have
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fence rider. in the futuro.-Tallnhaa with Mr.: and Mrs O. S. Hen- The Ladles Guild of the mad&
Enrico Caruso the tenor now Episcopal of as and advertised
great see True Democrat. drlcks. church gave a "poverty social" at the return and delivery to us tags, -

) filling an engagement In the Metropo. Miss Emma L. Olmstead spent the: residence of Mr. and Mrs. John
:1 litan Opera House. There Is a rumor alloat now to the Thanksgiving day. at home, enter- i Dallow last Tuesday evening" nt in our 1906 Catalogue and Circular of Presents, expires

I' It there la anything for an American effect that some of the "powers that taming: several friends from Palatka. which supper was served from 6 to 8

to be thankful for It la the fact be" are contemplating, and desiring She returned to her school at Mc- p.f m., and then several charadeswere by the terms of the offer itself on January xst, ( o7.S .
the calling of an extra session. of the Meekin Sunday. played. The) main feature was, '
I' that the acoundrel Is a simpering Legislature but for what specific for every one coming to ba dressed In consider giving presents to one with-
dago and not a citizen of this ooun. purpose not stated. Possibly It.may The Thanksgiving entertainment the oldest clothes possible to suggest I We would not
c try. be with a view of taking up some of glved at Pomona Thursday evening that the party was poverty stricken.
that threatened passing: of bills to under the auspices of the V. I. A. There were several that were the out giving presents to all, for tags that reach us aft iour
It the
masher he exists In cities
i aa and was largely attended. The comedy
cause "weeping walling and image of poverty. and carried out the
I today, had cursed the earth with his Hashing of teeth.. The) rumor goes entitled" "The Bull Terrier) and the pert to perfection. M rs. l-iovler Fig- offer has expired, and for this reason we will not considerany
presence during the time of Noah that Comptroller Croom la the member Baby, was very well executed. W. ley represented Samantha Allen ;

., Web.ter, we should probably haveho.d behind the move, and In that S.Miss Mlddleton K. C. Welch Mrs.and C. C.Leonard Mlddlnton Wal-, MrrL. McLeod a backwoods farmer cause whatever for delay in delivery of tags, and we will
case something may be doing in th.tline very poor, but ambitious; Miss
a paragraph something like this as he Is accredited. with being dron composing the cast characters, Letha Mack a Cracker girl, HS .Old for that reach
In the dictionary almo.t the "whole thing" among the deserve great credit tor the excellent Miss Rosa Holley also; Mr. H. L. positively refuse to give presents any tags

) ""MASHER human cur, without "great; and mighty.!\: Let them put manner in which they Impersonatedthe Hnaeldon, a very. poor fisherman :
I manner., morals or decency an the people of Florida to such an unnecessary various characters, and brought Dr. W. A. Bruwster, a hobo Just off Winston-Salem, N. C., after Tuesday, January 1st, 1907,
t peace out of chaos. In the last net.
and uncalled for expense the rods.. of a freight train.dirty, ragged
Insulter of women; the lowest typeof that another gigantic scheme may be The "Autumnal Drill" given by fifteen and hungry; Mrs. H. T. Buss, a which is the full extent of time as heretofore stipulatedin
humanity." put on foot and great and additional young ladles was much enjoyed backwoods society lady. Others carried

The masher Is moved entirely by help will be furnished and that by as were also the charades phonographIc out their parts In a way to help our offer. '

the spirit of original cussedneos. themselves, to turn them from the selections and music. Refreshments ; make the social a success. Mrs.
offices! they hold. A. it la some of and dancing concludeda I Figeley and Dr Brewster were
There can be no special enjoyment them will have to hustle and do a very enjoyable evening and. left the' awarded the prizes (a large and beau. No employee has authority to change or modify, this

'. : In hi. efforts. 'rhe woman who lot of explaining: before they can coffers of the V. I. A. once more re- i tiful bunch of roses) aa being/ the
would be attracted by his words and again hope to fool the people into plenished. two best characters. Something or any notice or offer made by us.

: v acta could only be a degraded being. re-electing them.-Tallahassee True Misses Hull and Ona Bond of Pal near $15 was realized during the evenIng -
Democrat. atka were tha guests: of Mr. and Mr.. and altogether the social was a
But the man takes hla place In -_.... U. C. Mlddleton several days last success. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. WINSTON-SALEM N. C. I

front of a theater or store, and as Valuable Statistics.If week. The Welaka Gun Club had a tur- .:'

women pass out he makes remark., the Falls At the quarterly business meeting key shoot last Tuesday afternoon at

generally about their personal appearance of beer Niagara Instead of water were, composed says the' of the Christian Endeavor society of the base ball park./ Those winning
-his the Congregational church Sunday turkeys were Mr. Hodges of Jacksonville -
own disgusting pas Chicago Tribune it would fill a stein
sion. Perhaps he select. a victim holding 25,234,720XM( > quarts every evening: the following officers were Mr. Perry Maxwell of Nashua S .
Messrs. C. L. Oreenwood, L. J.
elected: Presldont, W. S. Middle- ,1.LS L
and drluk ,
hour. A man to lift this -'
and follows her remarks
pouring ton ; vice-president, Miss Leda McLBod( ,. Jas. Fowler and L. A.
stein would needs be 8CS.180.0SO,211
that should land him In the I. Morris.Dr. --
'4 pen feet tall. A man of Louie Glelni's Houston ; secretary, Miss EdIth -
S tentlary Into her unwilling ears. capacity could drink an hour's flow Krook; treasurer, U. C. Mlddleton. W. A. Brewster went over to
Why doesn't she smash him In the of the. falls In 1,007,101,781), ) days 2 Prof. Kellly was elected chairman. of Crescent City on bu.lneulaetThur.- Price i Cent G. S. & F. RRILWRY

,t face, or complain to the police? A hours and 52 minutes Allowing that the prayer meeting committee; Mrs. day and spent the day with friends.
it takes. 14 steins to make a man Courtland Mlddleton chairman of
-. modest women la aa afraid of notorl tight on beer and 18 to get him splttUcated. the music and lookout committees:'l I \Mrs. 13. C. Hurner of Jacksonvilleis THE SUN The Best Route to

*. % ety as she la of poison. She doesn't an hour' flow of the falls Miss Emma C. Welch of the social visiting her brother, L..A. Morris.

would keep the entire committee, and J. W. Tucker chair Thursday was an Ideal day here
want to see her name In the newspapers Aryan race Baltimore Bid.) Macon. Atlanta Qolumbus
la connection wlth\ uch au spinilcated for two days and make man of the missionary committee. for Thanksgiving air wag so ,
the entire Mongolian race tight fora Service as usual next Sunday evenIng cool and bracing.Mrs. Now Sell for 1 Cent and Can
affair. She realizes that the; should at 7 o'clock. Dealer Americus.
1 l week. The calculations are based L. K. Miss Be Had of Every Birmingliam.Valdosta. .
Holley \ Rose K.
ji bear all these things for the sake of on the supposition that the beer Next Sunday will be observed as Holley and Netty Holley went Agent or New. Boy at
over .
her sex but ahe I la shrinking and would be drawn solid and that the "Old People's Day" at the Pilgrim to Crescent City Thursday tJ spendthe That Price.All .
timid and the decent part of humanity foam would be in proportion to the Congregational church and everybody day with relatives
mist rising above the falls.If especially the elderly I. cordially SubMrltwra In I>.... ,' of Columbia, Montgomery and Northern Points
c love. her for those very vir all the rice raised in the United invited. The pastor will Welaka's. saline laxative water Is Virginia, North and South C..r.l.na, '

tues. States in l900were to be made into preach to the old people from the slowly, but surely gaining a reputation Pcnnvylvanla, l>.I.wit*. Two Trains Daily North Bound.
These are the reason. which surged cigarette papers there would be subject: "The Indian Summer of as an Ideal laxative water, fully And Throughout the United Slate Cnn Get
1 enough to roll 251,282.227,194 cigarettes as good 1the famous Blue Lick S Leave Palntka No. 2. i :30 a m t No: 10. 5:40 p ni.
in Mrs. Hannah Graham' heart and : Life. Appropriate decorations will, TilE BUN By Mall At 1 Cent a Copy.
r which would cause Lucy PaR'eGaston' be furnished, and special music Springs of Kentucky. We will soon Arrive PnlatUa. Southbound, No. I I. 10OC: ? p m.
1 : mind and which prevented her appearing to employ 19 assistants.If for the occasion.CARLETONCOLONY.. prepared be known as an ideal health resort. THE SUN AT ONE CENT No. 9,10:80\ : () a m.
In court to all the all the human
!: prosecute the noses on .
Miss Lola Bray of Nashua visiting
U dago cur who Insulted her. being would in be the 731,523,870,104 world were agate one nose lines it Mra. E. S. Green. Is The Cheapest Htgh-Clati Paper In Schedules Riven above are subject to change without notice, and tin

But the policeman made out his The United" State time of arrival and departure of train. Is not guaranteed.
Mr. O. L. has
from tip to base and 703,615,107,131 Mrs. Goodson who baa been resident Stephens returned
case without the woman's aid andthat's agate lines from upper lip to thetlp. of this vicinity, for a number a of home after spending several months out vain thf stwe United tmeatal Siam. ,.oorretipondant, an w::ll: &.. In throtiKh-Kurope:;: : !: Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nnnlivllle,
why we say, score a good> one It could smell onions cooking on the years, has rented her farm to Jesse in the north. (rbid. South Africa, the rhlllpplnm PorioIt St. Louis and Chicago allthyearroun l, Elegant; sleeping cars between
fixed star Algeneb provided the bay I co, Cuba, and In every other part of the Valdosta and Macon. Also rullmnn. '
for this brave officer. Chestnut and she and her family, Mr. and Mr D. K. Cooper of world make It the gretttwtt newspaper, .( that can Bleeping cars VHldosta to Atlanta
fever in 44.00 of 1 cent. of the
Them. are parts of the large> cities, did not alfect the per entire have moved to Miami. The) colony Lamar Colo., are hr on a visit to he printed.lu Handsome. Parlor Cars In service on Train No. 1 and 2 between Macon
nose nose. regrets very much to have Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Reeder. WaMhlnffton and Mew York bureau are
right In the business districts, where If all the buckwheat batter used in Qoodson and leave. arnona. th' .tout lit ha. United. Slate and give Valdosta. and Jacksonville.

the average woman Is afraid to go the Nineteenth Congressional District family AN ORDINANCE.To TH, ., BUN'I reader. *he earllunt Inrnrmailontilion formation as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping car reservation
all event In the
I unattended. Aa one girl remarked I of New York in the months of Mrs. Mary E. Chase of Freeport. and (Itmnolavl Important center. of the country. legislative etc.. will be gladly furnished, upon application[ to
November, December and January Penn., arrived here In October, and -
"The thing. these men say to you 11)05, were paste would sufficient\ Is the guest of .1. B. Bead. Mrs. provide for the auditing of the accounts THE FARMER'S PAPER. O. V. WILLSOIT, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.

make your blood boll. I could kill to( put up 23.492,887 twenty-sheet circus Chase Is a near relative of Mr. Reeds of the Chief of Police of the Tarn RUN'* m.rkdtre.'rI'. and commercial S. F. rAKitoTT, Vice Pres. CHAS. B. BUODBS, Gen. Passenger Agt

t w them. I do. not even shop unless !Iii posters, which would cover all and has been In very dellgate healthas Olty of Palatka, for feeding city Prison- column farmer,:,: ', the are merchant complete:, \ and and reliable the, broker,and In put touch the. Mllonl.Oa.!

have somebody older than myself but 17 miles and 28 yards of the a result of pulmonary trouble. era and to provide for their discharge. with the mtrkeU of Hultlmore Norfolk Olmrleftton .__ .__ __ __ _
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New York, ChtcK>. Philadelphia. and n
wall of China.If Ba It Ordained the and
great by Mayor Olty
with me. would not even dream of Chits Zobel of Jersey City, and D. oil other Important point, In the Vnltod' State,
all the kangaroos; In Australiawere Langervelch ofStrausburg, Pennsylvania Council of the City of Palatka, Florida. and otbBf coutitrLua. All of which, the. '80".' .+.1 SOUTHERN RAIL'WAY. I= 4-
going down town In the evening It could That hereafter for .
one kangaroo Jump also arrived In October. The SECTION I.- the Judgeof gets on 0001.711E
: without escort. I don't suppose from Cape Wales, Australia, to latter, has built an addition to his the Municipal Court of the Olty vf WOMAN'S PAPER. N. n.-Th. following,.he"18 O..roo.re. published on1! information and are nol inrcnieed

those loafers who Insult Chrlstlansbnah, Greenland, In one house Mrs. Palatka, shall audit the accounts of the
: women Langervelch TUB stm In the beat
If it should alight with both Chief of Police for feeding mypsot a newspaper, t 'd'e.tlbuie TraID'&&0.. )(0( 'lIt Ito 110 North fNoltLv
: would hurt but have Jump. here on the 28th nIt, her husband city prisonersand morally and I tntttlleclimlly. In addition to the' and "' '''1. I i
., me, they no feet on Chrlstlanshaab glacier it having mot her at Jacksonville. We no bill or claim of the Chief of Policeof :news of the,: day, :II pnbllaliea' the 'tout: featurea,. ---
right to even speak to me or to any would start a. wave that would do glad said city for feeding prisoners, shall that can be preavntad arch* factIon article, J.--a; ; ,. : ISo It7 5055,;; IMp j; L. J".n.IU." 1'1..80, Ity l 7 ..p "
to well
$21,311,145 damage to shipping and are say they are con- be paid until shall have audited and tnlNOBllanixMiii,, wrItingS from men und, women LV H..o, O. S.. lIy I op it lIe A. Msoon O. .. .....80 By t 11I..1.. ....
who la and asks same been
girl -
ri respectable, tented in their new home. of note and promlnenoe. It la an educa (lolumblu 140 5 AUsnia, Oa..Ho, Ry
to be let alone.!' docks atBeykjarik. Iceland.A and approved. by the Municipal tar of the hlKlieal character, coimuinlly, Humiliating : Charlotte:... ... So :; I iii (lop OI I: : : ::. ., ii. ..::: NO By 3 tea .
Roland Fitzgerald: of Massachusetts Judge of the Municipal Court of the : to noble jtleala. Indl.ldu.l.nel, national lor CJr..buN,, .so fly ill Ida It Sip A' 010"11.001.80 By I v.Se. .
.5 r Enrico Caruso may be a great ten Big Spring.No will be here In a few days to occupy City of Palatka Florida. .!SUM life.TM 'la puhllHlied on Sunday aa well aa .PauvIli...... ,bOILY' 4 lip ArCtiuiuoaIi LexIngton.: 4 ''IU".q :0 u I o ::r,

$ S or, but he la also a great cur andS State::! in the Union" has largeror his new home already built for BBCTION 3.-That no person who has very. other day pf the WeultByMaIlUesDailySmzn$3 Sr R1!' ',,IIe1:"....... .80 R'I T5t5!i 1("Ap Ar ciigo.Il .L los I'

every decent man on this roundS more numerous splngs than Flori. him.C.I or may hereafter be committed to the yearIn. ArLyneahuts .....i40: B71417sl C Sip n'a0ArCh&riolleaviile ..... ."'"
S earth should rejoice that his exactS da. Many of them form good sized K. SchoflBld la having. lumber city Jail of Palatka by order of the Mun. eluding the Sunday Sun, $4. The Sun- A' W".hlt'/CIoD.I / .so so.lLyatllt.RyS i 5 allOp lOp a.rDeurolt.. .. .... .... ".... 'j&1 .ira. .....

'r species has been definitely located. streams from the start and some of delivered on bill lot to begin buildingsoon. icipal Judge of the Municipal Court of day Sun alone. Sin I Ar 8..111I0.,,, .... ...l' 1tRIi I Sea I I .it :tOp A'CI..el.nel.... .. .. .L--
4h" S them are navigable. The largest the city of Palatka. shall be released l'lluiaiouiiului.. P CR1 111I" I S alia L.Ua-nvllle ........ .....; ....
--- ----- In the state, and one of thelargest from prison until his sentence shall have At 2w loch. __ jlUl..L.t:! Ar LouluvIlie. 5,.IIFI'.P)
4' The grand prize at the state fair spring and probably the best knownIn Our carpenters are working extra expired or One. shall have been paid as A. S. ABELL COMPANY. -=r Ar St. Loul.\ ....:.:. :: ; ; : .

was divided between Alachua and the United States, 1 is (Silver time In order to expedite their work. the case may be. exoept: : upon an orderof lubllHhera. and Proprletora TbB"lb' "The Land or Ihe Rky." I No 80 A. BI'ml"lIh., AI.. $10 ItOn
ifl4 _ _ _ A. Mempbl vane ..Frhool C CpLu ,
On the the of said Couit /
22d tilt- Mrs. Wharton wife Municipal Judge ,
I Polk counties, both having tho game Spring, which i is located 6 miles east BALTIMORE. MD. A okooD.IlI1eI'I.' ....... .Ho fly 5'Ghp Ar &11I1_ cI!' '". lrieacI a",OaLv ::
of Ooala. This forms the of Dr. J. E. Wharton name to join made and entered la writing on the -- .. ".
spring -- ------ Ka.aIoah 255 .
: percentage of excellence In their cxf source of the Ocklawaha River, a her husband ; she Is much delighted docket or minutes of said Oouru. Ar (iotllIliis I : : .:::""'. .:..so ay 'i o: k:BotSprloge Monphis.: .;'..';.;:::"::..1. : we .. .
hibits. There I is quite general satisfaction tributary of the St. John, and steamboats with tills beautiful location SUCTION 3.-That all Ordinances or AN ORDINANCE. A' A.he.I1I.010. ... ....... MoIL, I Sir

; S over the decision of the traversing the river enter the /and fine climate. Dr. Wharton will parts of Ordinances that conflict with Ar Ar Knoxville LouIsvIlle: :: Tea. ," .:.... 'Iso H.Ity hi. : OJP Sac !lo.Ia-"Tb. Florida LIlli"...." Daily aid
Judges. spring basin, which hag an area of open a small drug store, and Mrs this Ordinance, be and are hereby re To Provide for the Levy of City Taxes A' St 1.0cm .. ... S....110 Ity 6 top vestibule Irate through day 00.80 and Pull,
_________ several acres. The water I. from 25 Wharton will take charge of the culInary pealed. for Use year 1900! : Ar Oluoiunatl.Ohi.Q A C II lie man sleeping oars Jacksonville Co Ciiolnistliuirininghan ,
S to 30 feet deep and Is wonderfullyclear department of the boarding Passed In open Council this 7th Be Ordained. by the City Council of !! MemphIs and Kaoal 0117.io .
The first of the new crop Californiaoranges appearing absolutely colorless house. The tine boarding house It day of November, A. D. 1UOO.\ the llty of Palutka.. Florida.. 1O-"Wa.bIDctnn and FI.. Limitod" Daily ninln...Ca,.
;5 S. were sold in New York last A station fo( measuring the flow nearly completed. It presents a fine That fur tbe purpose of securing an guile \0,.New l'uWI".Bouw York.Nu. sleeping oar, J.Jklltln. -

Wi .5 week, one car load of the Mariposa of the spring has been established by view and adds much to the appearance HOWELL A. DAVIS equal and uniform rate of taxation and HI -""... York, .0.1 Fiorlis 11."re.. "
brand selling/ for an average of (3,55 the United Htates: Geological Survey.A of the colony as well as being along Attest I President City Council to pay appropriations for the current 1)alIl 1 PulimSu; Drawinu: Room SleepIng car Euellent Dining Car Sdrvicd 00
felt necpsslty. The workmanship of the city and for betweca l'ort Tampa, .IaeksonliI. act Maw
gains has been attached to the J. N. BL&OK WELL. expenses paying the Yore.No.
.1'LYJ: )] I per box. The California orange is splendid. of the Fire and Water :
row-boat house at the extreme headof expenses DepuitnienU. 8O-DIIII Pullman brawtug-.ltoom, and aU 'l'brotljfl1 Trains, .
itE& from now on will be in competitionwith the spring, and dally readings are W. T. McDonald made a brief visitto [LSosll] City Clerk. there shall be levied upon the sued SleepIng Oar. between Jscke.atlie and

those from Florida. taken by Mr. T. W. Pierce, the spring Palatka a few days ago. Approved Nov. 6th, 1900. Real and Personal Prop ity In said city 10'' Loul. -
keeper. Current-meter measurements a Tn of 2i lI Mills upon the Dollar, dl.
Ex-Oov.-Win. D.'Bloxhltm- having} are made by the hydrographers R. M. Ackerman made several business A. USINA, Mayor. trlbuted. aa follow tUenoral JAil FREElIAN, DI.t. Passenger Agent, 106 W. Bay street. Jacksonville, Pie.

of the Survey. A measurement trips to Edgar recently in the Revenue, Fun I, Woven! ((11))

I been mentioned by some of the state made :May 26, 111011. when the stationwas Interests of the colony.-H. M. U. ....../:# ,. yo.... No- Mill. (I.Lop.a BAltlT J. WALTIR HH.UASSHocy.
papers aa a probable candidate for established, determined the discharge Fire and Water Fuu
S governor, the Tallahassee True to be 645 cobb> feet per sec Sinking Fund, Five ((5)I ) Mills. E CHURCH SERVICES. -

Democrat, acknowledging that ond.-Bulletin, U. S. Geological Sur Often The Kidneys Are' Paaaed In open Council this 7th day PI n The G. Loper Bailey Co
vey. of November, A. D. 11)00.IIOWELL) r.r.r. r.r.r. 3aOO a r.GST.
Gov. Bloxham Is still and
young '
rr : will shortly lead one of Tallahassee's Weakened by Over-Work. Jrr\ lntoJItonth.lv A. DAVIS, MONICA'S CHUBCH, Rev. P. Harry, Fire Insurance:
S Two Thouarhta. Attest. : President City, Council.J rector Sunday: Holy Communion ut
altar -
very nicest young women to the Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
S "I want a business suit now" said N. BLACK WELL, 7 a m., Mass at 10 a. m Sunday! School Leading American and Foreign I
S Insists. that he has retired entirely Slopay. "I was thinking of something It used to be considered that only Seal at 3 p. ni. Rosary and Benediction at

; from active political life. In the way of a small plaid." urinary and bladder troubles were to be ( ] City Clerk, 7::30 p. m Third Sunday: of each month Companies

"And I," replied the tailor. "can't -5.,,. traced to the kidneys, :/i't-iJ Jvo." 'Approved November 8th. 1900. Mass atI\ a. m. Instead of 1U a. m.
: but now modern "THB MOST BEAUTIFUL MAOAZINB A. CSINA. Mayor. Week days blest moraine at 6 :3u'
Congressman Frank Clark la going help thinking of something in the way science that every : Accident Insurance:
proves Way of tbe Crose'on
IN 4
THB WORLD"and Fridays at
S to do his utmost at the pre.ent session of a small check." Philadelphia nearly all diaeuaeshave ---------------- p. m.

S of Congress to.secure an appropriation Ledger. _ _ their beginning the one magazine that is different Order For Publication. BT. MARKS EPISCOPAL, Rev. Vraaola The Travelers of ;jjllartford
': for the channelS in the disorder oi {from all others It contain. so or U. Rlohey. rector Huoclav:! servlo- : 7
S deepening W..<.4 A4..... these most important more superb pictures monthly exquisitely; laths. Circuit 1'utnum Court, Eighth' ;.Tuillrlal. Olr.oult. a in.. Holy Communion: 10 a. m.. Bun-:
County KlorUla I
the $t. Johns river from Palatka -Hi ohaneery. Life Insurance:
S A beauty adviser says "For tender organ. (printed with fine art tone Ink, many of day school: 11 1 a. m., matins and sermon :
S to Jacksonville, and the Palatka make Infusion or' Oh bosh! The kidneys filter the pages being in colors. The magazine :J. I.. Phllllpa,Complainant. I 7-30 p. m.. Evensong. Strangers are
;c q'k Board of Trade will give him all the eyes an and purify the blood Is bound with silk: cord but in such s va. 5Dil* rot welootue, seats free. The Old Reliable "Germanl( 1
.? Every girl knows how to make tender that is their work.- manner that it may be easily taken apart Florence Phillips, pfirumlnnt. ) "Ivorce.ItnnimirlnguynmilHVIt .
,, asRlstance within It. power. What eyes without advice from any special BT. JAMS MITHODISI CHDBCR Rev
S Therefore when kidneys are weakor and appendml to til*
your hill III.-cl. In the above etatud: > :, :, : i. F. Bell pastor. Preaching 11 Life" of New York
5'5'S la wanted I. a depth of 18 feet of ists.-Minneapolis Tribune. out of order can understand how The Pictures Pramtd uuiiae Ihint a. m.
you Phllllpe, the' *. water. The fact that Mr. Clark U quickly your entire body is affected and There is enough good reading; matter to nniiKKl, .la a, iioii-re.lilent of the Htut of 7 :30 si. m. Evening service

S going after this thing with hit customary The Slarnal. how every organ seems to fail to do its make the nia! aiiue the moat attractive hroke.1'Iollln..n.1 In the that,,,,,,....aim of Georgia.la a rt-aldert au.l 1 of that PKIII.cue evening: p.m.at 7 Prayer:30 o'clock.meeting 1 be Wednesday sacra-- Marine Insurance:

J 4 energy gives the commercial Tommy-Does your ma bit your foot duty' periodical published. la am the axe ol tw nly-.. ..y.ara! and, thnt mont of the Lord' Supper each first
If you are sick or "feel badly begin I Atk your newsdealer for the current there li no peru,",,, In the Mints of Klorltln CompaniesAll
4 Interests of thl city every reason to under the table when Jou've bad i taking the great kidney remedy Dr. number. If he does aot handle it, send uixiii 5 horn the service' of Htihpuiiiit would: Sunday. All are oonllally invited to Leadimg
I bind, such Defendant .It ,I.thim.rnra attend these servlooh.PBKHBYTBBIAN
thnt'a :
enough? when I .
Tommy-No o""reel
c S S hope for his success. Kilmer's Swamp-Root because ss soon us his. name and address with your name thnt. fluId. n..re.hh..L l l 1 Iwhinilant' I IK. anilI' she ,
bnven't had enough. When I have .he as your kidney. are well they will help: and address for s ample copy. Regular .IB taHrxhy rmiulrwl. touppenr. to the CHUBCH. Her. L. B. Claims Promptly
-- sends for the doctor.-Harper's Bazar. all the other organs to health. A trial_ price 25 cents. Mention this paper and! Ooinplalntnied In. ankl imuee, on or .bt'lore Lynn paatot. Sunday: service at 11 a. ,
,' The South Georgia Conference of will convince anyone. address MONDAY!' ,the 7th DAY orlA/OIUARY.: m. ind 7 ::30 p. m. Sunday school 4 Settled.
'S .> the Methodist Episcopal Church If you are sick you can make no mistake A. [:. IMIT.: Ile Olhotwissthe, all itatlona of eald Strangers are welcomed all the p. m.
J We know accurately when ws know taken, ss "onfeaaSa to ser "*
BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY Imidant byaaldlM.It ,
South, In session at Valclosta lasts little. With knowledge doubt Increases. by first doctoring your kidneys.The vices or( this church. Offloe. 18 Front 8U PA&AT"
S mild and the extraordinary effect of In further ordered
S week, had a lively tilt over the tobacco -Goethe. Dr. Kilmer's Swsmp-Root, the great iW.at22od Strut New York City puhllahnd, once a week that for t this Order.be. BAPTIST CHCBOH. Bev., J, Farmer,

S S question. One of the brethren k kidney remedy, is soon realized It oF wet.ke puhllnliMl, In: In the aHId Pnlntka N:wa. a n"n.llj pastor. Sunday: school 10 a. m. ; preach '
Uouiity 'dtnte. Ita.
t Introduced a resolution requiring a STATS or OBIO,ciTy' or TOLEDO,i. .stands the highest for its wonderful cures AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT WltneHB ny Imnd. e>ud. official. Mtml' lid'. Young m. and 7:30: p. m. { Baptist European Restaurant 'j
z People's
? LucAs OOVXTT. |f of the) most diitressing cases, and I.BOld the 121: ,day of Noveu..I.. ...". Utilon, 3:BO p ra.HCraoners :! .
S pledge at the ordination of ;young The Christmas or December number of are made welcome.
I Frank J. Cheesy manna. oath that he .U aenlnr on its merits. by ...... JOHEPH) PRICK!:, -
; S ministers that they abstain from the pnrCnerot[ the of 5'. J. Chaney A Co., "ridingHtalnae $ druggtat in : :: the Burr McIntosh Monthly on all newsalands ---I -- Furnished Roooms
eO\ : : OI..kl1lrcutl
l In tli \ ofTolatlo, Uauntf and Stalef.ireiuild ...; a double number at so cents i a By R. JUT"OttD (1oU'l Executrix
tobacco. Had the re.olutlon and one-dollar. Plcs. 1JepuL Notice.
of [ U\url\ UathlJain2s
t use "and that Sail flrm will I par tlic 'aumof 'iopy. It is by far the moat beautiful < Hot and Cold
M. f. (lOX Ii
: HUHDKEU, POLLARd f.r mob and bottles. You I. bomby!
two ONE given
S .5 been adopted, in a generation or ewm. of MinerS that cannot b>*fttirtvl byHall'a have a sample bottle) Ho ... iw mpo. .. number ever published in this or say] I! Solicitor for Oomplalnnnt.' tin. I llitI .Iay of Mcy, ICC' I thRl.hRII on hla"Mon'.r. hlRI' At
henco, .outh Georgia would have ( amtrh Uure. VKANK J. GHJSNEV.Sworn ather country. II will be a delight for' report of ny' accounts' and vooslurs
telling as
_ to bttfont m* and ubaorltMHi. In my by mail free;alao a pamphlet youbow months. to come and should make an SulutrIX lIt the: list Will: afli t.Ostili,00t":;
_ 1Sj : p had.a non-tobacco lining Methodist preaanoa. tola otto day ol Jecembe'l A. D. Utwl.IWaJ $ to fInd out if you have kidney or Ideal Chriatmai ,gift to an appreciative Fines! Place 'la the city I to "play M"UIoI" Mslundeaeal,5n'> apply for m* & Varj.es,
ministry and the personal liberty of ( ) bladder trouble. Mention this paper>! aOXBAL. dhwhnrga s. soul.. e5e'utrlx.
Pnbii I... friend. Buy it of newsdealer. U he
Notary your MARY
Kilmer & Co.. ) fiNite
:d the preacher to drip tobacco Juice on Haul Catarrh Cura I I" takan Internally. and when writing to Dr. ing.hamton l U out, send us 5Q cents for a copy. BCFFLY: AlXa-r on the OrtlBnplajr La. Lad'., Fla.
mistake '
_ S would forever ama dlraaaly' on lbs blood and m........ aurtaova .N. V. Don't make any tree Thursday nl hta.' Palalk" .Florid.Nor.5th. IUO.OUlrl'n/ :, -
r4 his boiled shirt front o(Ibo.,...m. B-4d for toatlmoniala. free I but remember the lI.me. Swamp-Root, BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY .
4t'" have been de.troyed. Bat the resolution K".CHSNUy' t5oTui.doO. Kilmer's and the) address F. -RUFFI.Y money'swo: .j
: Dr. Swamp-Root If want to get Tour
ChamberTa you
Bold by DruBRlata Price Too.Take 4Vut 22nd Street NrwYerkOty Prop. os '"
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S ', 7h failed by a vote of 130 to 89. Haifa: l-amjy'| Pills I for Conntlpallon. : ,Binjh| intOtt,,N.Y.oo "ry bottle. Cou Remedy and see a (rood COLD !knock-on
fr.' c.u.: COldo: creap: 5.4 Whuplng Cesb. Peeks Pine T.r. 81ru p. \


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'P.! Peerless suits. These fabrics in the main
F!: One lot of !Men's Suits::: all to match. These Men's, ]long, ]IOOHQ fitting! overcoats, perfectly ] nliHh tweeds, (French and English are worsteds, superbly ,\feu'a heavy overcoats, splendidly tailored and ,p
suits are poaitively worth from $3.50 to $10.00 or made. They are mostly of handsome plain Beaver patterned in a broad variety of artistic ef trimmed. Former price 18.00. Dissolution sale
cloth, the collars fit clone to the neck, the linings
refunded time during the sae. paice
f- money any fects. There are a dozen distinct models in this t
Dissolution sale price are good]; they're perfect in cut: style and! making.Former offeri'ng which are triumphs of the designer's art $9 85
price :f9) 00. Dissolution sale price
; and the tailor's skill Values $17.50. Dissolution
$3-95 price
f $3.95 \\Ve offer for your selection] a Una! of high I grade I
t'! Jl Men's nobby business suits, well worth $12.50. $9.45 overcoats, embracing! all the most approved models.
; { They include a splendid] selection of single and dou MKII'S ovpioiinti) made to sell fur 1000. This The weaves and coloring range from the aristocratic
",4,' ble-breaated styles of the moat dependable fabrics, !line embraces some of the best values ever olio red. !Men's\ suits, excellently tailored, representingall black Kersey to the most pronounced fancy effects.
\ including n variety of weights and grades! in dreas'fhl'Y lire made of heavy blue Beaver cloth,' l long ) the recent. models and superb styles] ; in both Never before has such coats boon offered for, less r
looking mixtures, small checks, broken plaid effect. ]loose titling, also medium length. Dissolution sale single and double breasted effects, which wlll.bE.' than 20(X O. Dissolution sale price
Worth $12.60. Dissolution sale price I price worn by fashionable dressers this sensor The linings
and trimings are fully in keeping with all the
$5-95 $5.95 be qualifications of high grade clothing. We claim $10.85
them the equal of any $20.00 suits on the market. : '
17.85 gives yon the choice of magnificent; asaortmenfrof Another overcoat-that is a stem winder-is Dissolution] sale price Your choice of the finest! Kerseys, meltons,
men's suits in single and doublebreastone wo offer at .7.(55.( These coats are as fine as ever $10.85 tweeds friezes and fancy mixtures in overcoats that
5 ed models.. made of the most desirable cloths in the you 8 mew sold for $13,HO< of splendid] black. or Oxford represent the designer's art and the tailor's skill inn
newest coloring] and tailored in the ]latest style. Frieze" ; also the new stripe or plaid ell nets are made Men's flue dross suits, extra values, equal in.every marked degree. Regular price, 25.00. Dissolution ,
I Better made garments have! never been offered by with the full buck, concave shoulder and long' skirts, to the (finest custom work. They are. sate price
any! firm under nay conditions. for less than 15,00.Dissolution actually worth $tG.OO. Dissolution mile price values !each us have been sold at 25.00.; ) Dissolution
\ sale price sale price

-- $7.85 $7.95 $12.95 r $12.95Boys

and Youths Suits. Fancy Vests and: Pants Boys and Youths Overcoats.

Boys two,piece kneo pant. suits, single and double breasted at'I ley. Hoys knee port,diio kind made of cashmere and tweeds. Dissolution One sale lot price of boys Kersey Reefers, ages 2 to 0, former value S3.CO. Dissolution -
made of durable fabrics. They are genuine I.MSO: values Dissolution I a ale price $1.69 .
price' 37C.

e' breasted wool oiMsU Men's, Fancy Vests, former price $3,50. Dissolution sale price Hoyi ultra-fashionable overcoats. In all the swellest of novelties and
made I of
mere.Boys and two-piece ohevolts suit In nobby* sInKle, up-to date Jackets patterns., ,while the w"o'kmallahl! $1.37 staple styles, (5.00 values. Dissolution sale price
and fin UK are superb; their value Is $J.00, f\.25:) and $3,60.:I Dissolution. sale Men's fancy and plain striped worsteds and fancy casslmere pants form $2.39
r J Prloe erly sold for $2.TO nnd f 5.00. Dissolution sale price
$1.89 $1.69. Youtheovereoate.long loose fitting; mode perfect and trimmings ire
For$3.49 olT., all-wool youth's 3 piece' suit I fashionably designed' Kooil. .. Former price $7.00.' Dissolution sale price "' ,
we r an I Ue"lh"r !MPII'" fine worHti'd dr >si< trousers, narrow striped. Something real.
and stylishly; executed or the most desirable fabrics sellers InciudlnK at .7.CO at |well nubbY. Formerly. sold> l for $4 50 and $5.00.() DIsDulutloii. sale prlonX $3.95
ready '
k mixture and t..eJ' ca. .*lm res.suits that are
worth the price. Dissolution sale price $3.69 Young men's overcoats that are the peer of any you see elsewhere at
% $12.0O.: Jon: lIsh. ulster cloth, also Kersey melton., and In all shades. Ital.
$3.49 ian lined. plain lapped seams, all marvels of goodness. Regular $12: value,
t 5.05 for )' men'iihlKh ort tailored suits In Herrlngboneltrlp..lI oasslineres Dissolution sals price
uieroSrl.ed. single or and worsteds Your wants Furnishings at Wonderful Saving
i .formerly sold for $12.O0and come for more than that. Dissolution imle price Anticipate p a $5-95

HATS SHIRTS Men's Derby ribbed nnd fleeced Men's elastic seam drawers 75a
Men's Sue linen handkerchiefs,
Boys unlaundered shirts, regular line shirts and drawers, I5o kind. value. Dissolution male prlca39C Men's 10e IIJU"I UtytbllaCk, tan and Initialed. Dissolution sale
One t lot of men's fine soft hats odds boo kind. Dissolution scum price Dissolution snle price mixed I lOBe.. o ante price come I
and flU. Dissolution 4 I
end* Values up to$1
sale price. :3QCMen's Lrdu33 c C Men's nCo knit", Iuvu. Dlsnnlutlon Men's ISO quality black hoso. 14e
soft shirts., Men's; $ silk depend un sale price Dissolution sale price Men's 25o suspenders IHisolutlon I
75o negligee i
j. $1.:35:: I derwear. Dissolution 8iila price IS Cents 80 sale price
Men1 $3.GO soft hu.it l In 1'1shape.\ DlHSolutloii mala price 79C Men's linen collar Dissolutionsale ;\ell'1I80; quality. black and fancy 16 c F
and style. Dissolution sale price 39C Men's $1.BO silk plush shlitM! anddrnwnrs price hose Dissolution price Men's 50o suspenders. Dissolution sP
I 0 Cents. 17oMen's .sale price i U.IaMen's
$1.59 Men's $1,(no colored stilt .dress Dtisolntlnn sale price .
Dissolution sale price Boys' 75o laundered shirts_ Dissolution lOu white handkerchiefs.Dissolution fine dress Rloves. $1.00val
shirts. 8gc
noft In .
hats I ,
Men's regular tfl.OO sale price sal J> ues. Dissolution price
fashionable shape. and seasonable 48c Men's nlKhkiihiris Made of outing I 38 Cent. ace nuo
for :L00. Dlsso- DI.HOn"'lIlel' and cloinct(jjo qunlltv. Dissolution Men' Ifia white and fancy border
hades always sold $ Men's $I.OO NeiiUneo shirts. 15.00) youths' maok Into.he" Dissolution a Men's extra tine dress gloves*1.50
sullen eels. price sale price handkerchief Dissolution sale
sale sale
lution price price values. Dissolution sale prices '
$1.95 opc 48c V.24A price 7c 'I'M.. $'

We want the people to know that the honorable dealings that have characterized this firm in the past will be

$25 Worth upheld :during the CRUSHING DISSOLUTION SALE which starts on Wednesday Dec. 5th $25 Worth ,

and lasts 10 days. Every Item priced whether it Is a $10.00 suit for $3.95 or $1.00 shirt for: .39C will be found of Merchandise

p of Merchandisethrown on the counters just as quoted. We cling. to the truth, though the senior member Is retiring from business. thrown from our roof a

from our roof, To stay away is like throwing away dollars + Monday Evening,

December loth, I. n. MEYER C Palatka, F lorida.ec at 6 b ooctJi1 : loth ,

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"Smoking contest are a* old a* the
; "When 1 'u boy." said the old of the subject It may
was view
k' IHHH tills" said an antiquary "Uo to Brit-- I
: PRACTICAL( ( MARRIAGE I man 'they often Bade me take a little MY "COUSIN SUSIE f' tIny take In a Blutonpardon* andou'll seem.. ImponslUle, that tIm dlllgvuce" nod

soap .as'a. medlHnu. It did me goad '"' Bee. a smaUInu\ contest sandwiched ottoutlou necessary to a fUUerumn'ssuccess .

"Soap won !ll'tIsCI'lb.III) tbe village In between! the dancing matches CHQ leave.. Uliii any opportunity .
for for sick lieadiirbe. for tlioimhtfnlly contemplate
craiupn\ u while. fishing to
''x [Original.) half dozini complalnlx.' The people admitted [Original 1 and the wiextllug bduts'Tb. matter, not roiiitod. : to bill pur 4
) 1ire 1 Is no element la a manN lit II I. Howard," said my collage. ihuuit old man took out his notebook. any situation ::!I Iot ; ..
that It was u nauseous" done, but suit. Srrh conception.
. .?; tba.t contributes more to bis success or coming Into my room with a iiiuful. "TU first smoking content of whichwe bv J!
on the other hand they pointed to Its i cannot be lujorsed\ for n .
telh'\e than the woman be rbooses for face "I'm In a liolejt ., have any authentic\ record." bu mild wltb :if" .' J' 1'c
conversant "
eUlracy. who "
of ,
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,. % helpmeet.tt'lph "When 1 WHS tnkeu down my mother "A deep' one! at Oifoiil. (Iliu UuKllsU sent and unaccountable mental ,

Bawnard married a girl who "Yes. I have only two days In Of learning. lu 1T.M.:! The. condltloUH the mysterious develops.We .
r would cut from the cake of yellow phenomena which, Bulling t ]
; th4ubt (.,ore of her present comfort soap In the kltclmu u chunk about a* which to prepare for examination! were that you should:, smoke! three, know that the turn fisherman finds '. -

: Tho keeping her husband In those big us a cuwtuut. Without putting In. all my time I'm ounces of tobacco without drluklnit or better time for profitable contemplation c:[ :"
bi2belC for wIdth he was fitted. No 'Now. sonny' .she. would say 'wal- mire to be conditioned on two subjects. leaving. the stage: the person) Urst. flu- nnd mental exercise than nhun. nc I

booper did< be begin to win a competence ler this.' mid .Hlio'd, hold the yellow. morlel at least And now cornea a IoU or from Ishvd to Ret, II pi'Uv of 12 .shllllugH, Innll eiiKntced;' wltb his angling, outfit ,.

la one field than she proceeded, thy mother. to tell me that cousin "Hearue "y..1. I coijieil down her. : ) tot
lu thumb mid fuiuilnger" close to my my It "'pi-ulintily\ ,,, ) n..ver'Ie. \ possible ,
< i. \remove. hint to uuotber. She ells / Susie her only slater's daughter.' Is 'Mttuy fiyeil.. uud 'twim thotiKht OH to gather statistics showing/ tile luov [ For.

I, ))1K 1 the mo .nbe made liU. life lips."I'd to town that Ji Joui nnyuiuu' t.ijlor. ) of 6C Pe- lie
: "< country begin, to Ulnin'r.|' Tim stroll of coming ijeclulty' to Heo mo. lug' peunoim, the eneilani lug/ pauiim, ( j"; "

1 t \ol.\'abl& till lie pulled up stakes and It and the Ido.i\ of ho lather! that would She, has promised her mother and ter's-Lu-tlio-ltnet nouU have boon 1 the learned arguments" and, eloquent< oiatlous :

;i. V&ut to the Pity. Then she took It Into form In my uionlli-tl.e hither I'd have my mother. thut aha will not !go home victor, be' mnolciiix. : filMter'tlmn nnil, (I Iwlug hilt Imre, been composed", or constructed ": ,1: h"-,.. .If!
... 1'111' <'. before Ibo rent. I bat at :;i
'f. ;" het head that she preferred to live In to vllllfJw-wou,1! 0:1:I liu with despair. without having seen rue SIlo conies. on many betwviii" tim. bites. Htilkoror E I

3.r .\ tb. laws place with his mother, nu.l Hut my uiotlHT. win inexorable., With Pilday' .. supposing, 1'1I1e fr"'o till Monday last be was so sick that 'twas thought;: files of llsli Hut there! cmi bo no iloflit
be would have, mid, old >
"'r they iuov
); leathers no tnoss. and the Bawuard mouth I'd chew the init( I t t uud slippery every moment." won III
'I r family gathered only debt stuff a little nod then. .with a groan "Is your cousin pretty" / came off the conqueror uiuok has betm actually booked Dud ,
the three and-he
lug ounces quite out:,
'I'3' r Oiitt dAy a young woman of ploas'n and n dremlfnl Uu'p.: I'd swallow It. "How da I know I have never seen lauded, with n' rod.a lid reel by thoRB of .
told me'that be smoked four
after It
K Appearance called at Bun nard's. of- Horrors! .her.. Sbe was born and brought up In the Hulling fraternity limn, lime been f
or five pipes the sauie evening.
( p 8c tg collect a debt of long .standing.. "Horrors! stld the old man, smiling. California But what has that to do si'ciiwd In say; one given condition of

I 1 \ bnwivstd asked her if she knew where. "I can still taoto! tho u doses of soap with It?'" tile nonfishlug world. "Fishing and
A German Duel.A
c tiK could borrow the money ($100)) ondl that were no. common In tbe village In "If she Is pretty and attractive, I Shooting Sketches," by Grover Cleve
quarreled with
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; : Hot. "_U what Interest asked my boyhood." might help out." young land. I
you frleud who was a solicitor. Hot words _ :
the girl. "I'll pay", as high as 8 per cent
", "It Isn't that she la to be entertained. were exchanged and the officer truck
(t luoutb," was the reply. "For how J., Tt,,t> Thrift.' She must be entertained by me." Calllnv the ('Isiekens.
his friend. Here tbe matter might
lotto!" ..Ob.a long like Vienna In England: the calls chuck chuck,
S ; all you The Allicemeluo Ruudscau "Very well. If you haven't seen herI have ended-theie was something to (
tbt e The girl thought awhile, the Jewish or coop. coap. prevail: lu11'11111111..
year In mi artIcle on question suppose she hasn't seen you. I will forgive and regret on both sides But
;i: then sold .ba would lend hIm the mon. and nntl-SruiItlHiu. has this to say as be you." coo-che. coo-che In Pennsylvania, pen.
the officer's regiment beard of the affair -
t "y herself.. "Give me your note for to Jewish thrift: "If ne could only Induce Ned Colt and I discussed the matter and a court of honor decided that pee. Thin latter call Is widely ein- $ to Famili s.i

j 3. <8." the aald, "and we will be square." our own lower class to' acquire pro and con and at last, both beingyouolI' be must challenge the civilian. So a 1.ln. ,'e". bring '8l'o.ted' from Germany, .

Kmvtiflrd asked. her what she meant tbe Jews. thrift bill Industry his sense duel Spain ((1111 pi, ph.) CulKurln. Hungary
aDd foolish, decided. that I by command took place and the Austrian ?
F "'1'be Amount loaned Is $100 the Intent of order, his scrupulous exactitude, his should meet hi. cousin at the station young lawyer fell mortally woundedby Bnvuila and, the Tjrol. III .
*UI)&:! You will owe me $8 and. religious loyalty.. and love for hla fam- take her his friend When the officer 'province the term Is used lu comblnntlon -
to the theater and tbe next returned The IIIII'nll..le.
would -thus: Putin pi. pi.
get >io money. ily tbe Jew on lila darker side
home he arrested the
day conduct her through the college was on there -
bavrnard< was taught a lesson that be appear far less dnngerons\ to them than Information of the president of the pul. pul ,nlno occuia
grounds and buildings. 1 went to tbestation
.- ciever' forgot. l Is at present the case. If one Sunday. court of honor which hnd forced him lu Home parts of (lermany the poultry
to meet ber-Ned'e mother had
.3 *'I\> Bawnnrd by of Interesting experiment' : one are culled with tick, tick; lu Prim-
passed. was a
e years way
auld she would wear our college colors to fight He was tried by an ordinary
i Mldower.. From the time of his wife's mere to conduct Hit Inquiry into the till put. put. shut young chickens
tribunal and sentenced to three
lu u buttonhole-and I found the love- Tangerines
tult. tuk irliin.il. nud ,'chip, .,'hll''. the
d..tbe.. \ managed his affairs wltb station \\unltu and religion of vlultois .. montlm' Imprisonment. The <
', president
heat, 'daintiest bit of fom-
3 prettiest
i. -& proper care and got them In fair. con to the rarloun publlu\ lioiiRen. tim following mine humanity I bad eoiseen.. It of the. court of honor knew ho was 1st t'r being nn Ilnit3l thin of their' own"
III pn.t"'ii. Prim-In I 'ni arc
?? dition. He wait. very lonely but be result would transpire. : A large' urging the officer to an Illegal deed CM
i was late lu the afternoon nhen she kluek.
"c untrammeled, and It was poaslbl number of the guests would be Chiittlnna l'alh''Ith 1:1.11'11"11. kluelt. :
: when lie Insisted on the duel but honor
arrived, so I drove her to the house of s
also tlppehiMi.. tll'I'). tlpn. Grimm ri1couU -
for him to remain In one place and who would do f3i.: bettor to safe os lie understood It. must be satisfied )
a friend with whom she was to stay. .nl i'ii i pi. pi it bill tlet tlct Weln-: &
tbnu their In alcoholic ye-
accumulate. The only drawback financially spend money .
J at all cost -Herlln Letter.
1 was that he had no one to attend fl'eohmol1tll.laming/ and tobacco. There After dinner I called for her and took hold' report from Unviiiln blbl blbell.blclll Fresh picked

to the buying of household supplies might be a few Jews but at the most her to the theater. The Clr.r Moatbplo : pi pi' (nnil pnl pul. I In Denmark

3 which needed constant attention they would content themselves with a Now I would rather guard a football A rich Russian banker had been discovered the in II Ir4 |nu. >ile: In Holland, kip. kip) ; .

goal against eleven stalwart ineir liBoliemln.. 'tyoo: In Bulgaria tlrl. tlrl.
; i eince prices were rising with frightful cup of coffee. murdered In bin house In St
than again guard the secret that I was
.;" rapidity. His capital was still limited Dot her cousin' Ned. She attacked meIn Petersburg/ says a writer In tbe Green A. Old Medicine."around from the Groveat

1 and he was not yet very quick pay. An Anclenl Hvbrewr Bible, Bag. There was no clew but In the *
front and on both flanks. Id the physician.
an -
1'11"I kept him from that financial good The highest amount ever offered fora room there was found a cigar mouthpIece
"I have always fancied you were "were used ns a medicine by
; standing< which enables a man to get slnele! volume was tendered by a containing part of n cigar/ of such
dark complexioned she said, "like tbe mediaeval doctors medicine for
'J 00. number of wealtby Jewish merchants an kind that It
expensive was supposed -
father and 1 find
your you light. the rickets and scrofula.
()i1" day the same woman collector of Venice to Pope Julius II. for a very the banker himself bad been
Cousin Molly (Nods sister) told me "How nbaurdl""Abllurd
who bad called upon him before came ancient Hebrew Bible. It was then believed smoking It just .before' the crime had
'itt that you were of a retiring/ dispositionand ? Not at nil. Oyster shells
to Pie 1 office to collect a debt. She to te an original copy of tbe been committed. On close examination -

looked tidy and thrifty and what little Bcptuaglut version made. from tbe Hebrew dreaded strangers. I feared you the mouthpiece was found to be contain lime. nitrogen Iron, sulphur,
l4 might make some. excuse for not meetIng magnesia bromide plionphorle acid and ; Crescent
t sl e said was to the point. Bawnard Into Greek In 2TT B. C. careful worn away by the teetb of Its owner City !
I find to excellent. tonics
me. you very easy get Iodine. ThoMi- Hi-e nil ,
kept tier talking as"long as he could. copies of the Hebrew text having been but the dead man's teeth. did not fit
3 acquainted with Then she to haw hens
began Yon know out ground oyster
.. He bud the money to pay with but he prepared at that date for the use of the Indentation. The servants were '
t ; (talk about her relatives lu' California, shells and thus produce eggs with good
3 did hot care to pay. He was thinking the seventy translators. The offer to one by one examined and It was then '
of whose .existence, I to ..1t..11..7 Well the -
was supposed\ thick sironit ns oyster
what valuable woman the collector Julius was !20,000 which considering found< that tbe hollow of the mouth will be savfij
be cognizant but whom I had never shell powder acts on eggHhclls. so I -
value of
WlBawnard chatted with her good tho difference between the piece compared exactly to the formation -
I seen. I blundered and stumbled, rusb- have no doubt It acted In tile middle
uttturedly and drew her Into common- money then and now. would In our day of the front teeth of tbe cook to "'J" ..
eclmaUy-to figuratively theright. the bending crumbling
I her oat.II represent the princely, sun of OOO.OOO. speak whom no suspicion had been attached. ages-on )
I ptocft affairs quietly drawing
i then frantically to tho left, and of the rickety. putting. strength and
Julius was at that time greatly pressedfor He afterward confessed. to the murder. .
Boon made up his -mind that the delivered in **
I bad no sooner smoothed over one bit firmness Into tile..... Ground oyster '
to maintain the holy league
: k Wnll > very practical as well as attractive money of Igiioiunce.. than I fell Into another.If shells I am cOII'lueod."onlll be goodthings '
which the pope bad organized against E..I..d'. "Fiery In-ago..." .
I Thus he
t young woman. won Dim hud. tried for frnll children toilny. They
deliberately to trap
France but In spite of his lack of la the 1032 various part of
3 her by telling her bis troubled #
sympathy me she could not have done better. would KtriMigthun the frame Increase P
funds ha declined the offer. Great. Britain were visited by a remarkable -
i assured her that be was doing However I got through without any tbe npiietlle\. and lnn''" a-splendld effecton .

I the best be could and ended by offerInft .. icHltUe[' evidence that I was playing apnl.t. meteorological phenomenon. the teetli."Philadelphia. Bulletin neat regular
the Indebtedness In- Wlb. of a Lion. which the old authors refer to a* "the .
to by
pay up When I parted with her I knew
"What doe n lion weigh" Ask that visitation of the fire drakes or drag
.Ntallment It she, would call
every enough of her family to send my love A Cm-toil* And Stare Book .
question of nny acquaintance and see ons." The author of 'Contemplation .;'"
Saturday afternoon he would pay mentioning them nil by name and just The .most cut'Unix us well. UK one of '
what he nil) say. Those who best of Mysteries" says: "In ye letter parts .
something on account till the matter before the train started I felt emboldened the. rarest tgjoks" known to collectors Is packs at
look of the of beasts of : fieri :
know the king je years ((1032)) ye dragons
? WitS settled To this she agreed andtooK to attempt a cousinly kiss, but the edition of tbe Vulgate Ismiod by
3 i and how small his lithe body really Is appeared flying by flocks or companies
; tier departure. she drew buck with a decided refusal. Pope Slxtim: V. sotnu> time between
will probably come furthest from the In ye ayre having awlues' snowtea
,. TUe: next Saturday she called and For tlfo next week the person of lWi! nnd" 151H)0. The hook us Ulxraell '
truth. About 3UO( to S3O: pounds Is a and sometimes were they seeue. fouro
I BWuaril lu addition to the Installment Susie. Leigh kept between! me and my UeHcilliud, It, "fairly swarmed with er reasonableprices.
usual entlmatu. Ri't. this Is below the hundred flylnj: togltber. lu speaking ,
had a few flowers for her, an acknowledgment books If In hours of Idleness I dancedor rats" So numerous were they that a .
mark. A full grown lion will tip the of the Ore dragons In another portion < ,
he said of her kindness her skated I was oblivious to tbe person number of printed puper slips containing .
3 .
of his be
scales at 110 los than COO pounds work says, "Common people
: trouble and her patience. She accepted 1 danced l or skated with and called the. proper words were. pasted. over .
i Five hundred and forty pounds Is the thinks fire drakes to be spirits whlcb
them !gladly and warmed to the them all Susie. Then came a letter toNed the. errors I aud thin devIce 111'0101 inefficient "
: Ills bone watch bidden but the
I record for tin African lion over treasure
'i3 donor The next:\ Saturday after that from his cousin which he turned ou account of the Immense
3_ Is solid and heavy, as Ivory. Tbe tiger philosophers atnrin them to be ye result ; f l
at the and i showed far affection number of mistakes as of the i
a buggy was standing door over to me. She more many .
i runs the lion very clOse A Bengal of poisonous vapors which are ipr
hot iuvlted her to take a drive. He I In'her letter than she had copies us could he found were called la :'
I tiger killed by an English omcer scaled spontaneously lighted In ye ayre.
$ stilt! she would oblige him by doing 020 pounds. A tiger of this size ban shown ate In person. I replied to tbe and destroyed. Only.a few remain and -:- ; .J!

", ..), vol: *hnt he was not very well he needed however considerably greater muscular letter warmly and received a warmer A Hotel Kxprlnoe. the. book with its paper patches commands :I';i "f i", ", ,

ivc'i-entlim and bad no companion reply. After considerable correspondence an extremely high price. :-i. C '
than tile lion.
strength biggest One fashionable hotel Fifth
on avenue > ; ..
i uulom aba would go with blm. Tot I wrote-offering my heart. and lefuaes to give any receipt for : ;; ; ....

show.her. that be, was not using money hand. Her answer was that on no account deposited In its. safe hold I ; ." ,1.
Mlllem Beat CnMtonir jewelry or .
;k J Unit should go to pay bin account! be The forty odd million sacks of dourconsumed would she marry a coualn. Itself responsible for a greater amount ,:if" L_ ;':.' .' ;: .

-.- gave Her a double Installment. yearly In the. United Kingdom : Here was a complication that bad than $25O. Its explanation of this rule % ,
boring the ride he told her that be not been foreseen. If I confessed that :
aia mainly eaten In the form of la based on an experience which seem I ':::' )
nice little tots at home but I bud played upon her credulity she :
I3 two bread. In the houses of the rich and excuse enough. Two guest of the r'l ,
it' : hud no suitable person to take care of would refuse me. and, If I remained liercoimlu hotel their valuables :;i ; :
I, lu the. best.. hotels bread Is sparingly kept and money I } ;
c. : .
tJ1 tUein. She pitied the poor widower eaten but among the middle classes ) I knew by the tone of her letter In the safe They left them there V' :

;. and said BIle would like to see them. and In workmen's homes. It forms a that I could not persuade, her. Resides when they went abroad sometimes to I i.A' .

f z Ue !ttave bIll home address and during; considerable portion of tbe diet. As I couldn't possibly marry her stay for six 'months. Once the wife .J!

the uext week abe went In and spent I the latter class predominate! and as without the whole affair coming out. came back alon. and drew out all the

uu hour wltb them. ThuD followed their families are the most numerous Meanwhile she had written Ned' money and valuables": As she bad often '
Groceries This willthenbeat'
: t. some toys. On her next coming to the lit Is not Improbable that the children mother that he bad been more than done so before the clerks gave the Fruit

i office she gave him an Invitation to I under sixteen. consume about three- kind to her during her visit and she box to her as a matter of course It

i 1 ; .t.is,1-, call Upon ber.buwnnrd fifths of the total Hour sold In the hoped he conld come out to San Fran- was not until her husband bad returned

'. called and was Impressed United Kingdom. In a commercialsense ,I-IHPO ns S30D: nt bo bad been graduated and wanted the same valuables that Every Dayin

\ with the pleasant appearance of theFI therefore tbe children are tbe and make his cousin a visit. the hotel knew of their dIvorce The .
:, home, which was under tbe care of the millers' best friends.-London Milling./ Being 111 for It, I concluded. to acceptthe husband brought suit and recoveredall

t young Woman herself. He was especially Invitation. No sooner had. I pl1alledmy be claimed. Since that result of Its the .

struck with the homemade cur- 'Roo.t" "Beast?" final exams: than I sped( across tbe confidence In Its guests the hotel ball
Rule the or
t1 tiilux tablecloths-Indeed, all articles continent. I found "1ItY' cousin" Smfe' r.II limited Its to 28O. New
3 F Steuea Gardener. uu under cooke In responsibility -
I'' tout could be produced without being : the Cardinal Wolfe Wolsey bye house, very different pervnti Since. I had York Bun. Year.Our its Best-- p
to her. She 'h iwod of
rtr L paid tor. lie made several calls and 'and aftenvnrdes allowed of kynge propoHPd) none

4it1: with each call was still more of theoptUioa Ucnty the eyght to be a master cooke. tlmt rune she bud, Inn In my com- A Cholera Belt. Go-ilia" .an-JKiM1: nnil Ni w
that some man who considers (Hilly dining.) our flrt mnetlnjr; though "The cholera belt," said a pale Anglo-
young and hy> principal! cooke for a longe/ aol 1 .Wrt w"u d I lltt<* 0 live jou
< merely a pretty face and coy since my proposal tl.InMI* tit l>e expected. Indian, "la not an Imaginary girdle Fully colored
ruled the roste In .. kpnge's.hoiixe ,
y call
yule Bi.il tin
way the proper attributes for a bouseke I nuu'ff! up inv mind. to confessat like yourpie belt but a real girdle, Inspi-et in.

I& ..pi.>r was losing an opportunity. malster as dyd boldly before and him as sancely, as ye fie blowe bye once, hut. licfore,

'k The next Saturday afternoon when similar ruse of wlilcli, I pretended toInnu wear day and night In whiter tbe 4 cnll j j'lft' piiitii* jour or.h'.ln. I to
LL of
his cheke that Lorde '
upon ray heiml. hush; ... .1<'(.I"r"d that the. belt I III made of wool. In the ,
the collector called Bawnard being No. 84, aol. It "III lye and
; $: wyke him may bare wytnes.Splrltuoll .- r-o.i pr-i' opt sweet. ;
alone In tile office, handed her the remainder gave rhyslc, ISM. 'man who li-ul: <1 |1.I..rl'.1 1 snob n p.irt could summer It Is made of light wool It Is and careful. "ttentl"n. '

M kt of tbe money due and took not |>3islMv, lie. |.ia
IllKtllH: .t.. sleeping In a of 106 degrees '
her. receipt for tbe account In full. temperature
1 4j iliji : Then be said to her: The Man Fl. .b.Muthcw This tlnew me on my beam cuds.tr tossing and moaning and per L C. Stephens j .

"Since our acquaintance began wltb Buchlnger, mentioned In old I."%"|. ,.. >rftl .ilnys I vMt! about with spiring', despite the punkah that fan Leave Orders 4c

a mutter of business I wish It to continue English wonder books as the "man lift', f.- 'lug"' / anil;1 10'''lUff ''. I If I hid: you from above, ;you still keep. on your 4

matter of business Usually flab" was the most remarkable monstrosity niel.mcli ):ill i, n 1 iii! II ml':," told her that I cholera belt, no matter what else you
fi4 a* KIrby and hIorit,I Silent' t .
-5, affairs/ between"' men and women begin of his time. lie. had neither world'' rcl.i-i\ \ :\ to tip "....1. I bad no shed. Every Anglo-Indian ball a couple. '. "

I t with love and end. with business. That bands, arms feet nor legs. From hIs Homer uiin'e' t'lH:, notwemeiit: than of dozen.. cholera belt They are said Palatk Florida. :if" with ; : ,

;,, ft9t 1 Is the reason why marriage Is said to shoulders grew two flnllke excrescences her rinniiar! c-t-ant uj, parxcptlbl}', During to prevent cholera and I have no doubt tt

be Ii lottery. I have observed that you and doug his back there were several Hn even1!: .it liofmu, my Intcnileil deviitrie they do so. At any rate I never heard

ftja '4 are a sensible", frugal/ woman, with rove of scales. He bad the lldlosseyuu | ,3'Ii It."- 0 nit "cveiy" vticourngenient. of any wearer of a cholera belt whom h 3 "

good business qualifications. I offer characteristic\ of the O:
j of wife and house and a queer puckered mouth and nO niornh.ir! I i-Cure I rrmmoMed' courage. totill h -

'. you the position be sure eau. t l Jo,'.. t' I c! story hilt.. proved me to be Took Wind Oat ., Their Sail.
keeper.! If ;you accept you may
-- -- -- ,without! n.'i.i, : *'nmr.t:! lurftlmts.Sha Addressing one of his southern audiences StricklandsBread i .
: t lore.
3 ': i> 1117 Th. Two tlarrlolo.Jcoigi Saul Jones all 1
and 1'tnst I.to", I-i.'li.;] once requested

riejtt t married The otter bU was second accepted wire., In her Ralph be ( Gurrlck. brother of tbe cell>> "You st!'|iil.l tliliu!" ul.o: .,'1.1.. "The. the husbands. present who bad not 6ay. -

buted DavId was the latter' most de- .diiy yiii firo\u me from tba Ht.tliim and spoken. a harsh word to their wives fora
<*lpn>.eet. who Instead of retarding
found b
tt u votud slave and. laborious pack horse. month to stand lIe shook bands .. .
bniulcd I tile nut of (lie rnrrlnue n lady up.
him assisted him In getting on. I
h' On coming Lolilnd the scene he usually who knou-H )' of
: well takeu care 11
$ His children were
;t4tC4: Inquired. "Has David wanted me?" It n ,,'hulo1'1111 told, lie who you were" them to the rest of the audience I

-, and. If they did not receive for all a that mother's could being; .silted. once how George came to It In now ten years since my marrlauo am tbe "twenty-seven biggest liars l 18 not only l SUPEllIOU
.- affection, did not die no soon after tbe demise of tils famous ami I think. It .about time my In Tennessee." but so also are LU ;
? be expected from one who was not II! II
i"i"w ,
brother a walt replied "David wife reined to banter me on the subject g
I their mother.The Improved financial llonr.lr ...! Ability. ; BrQ
to wanted him.1 of my playing cousin but she Buns Rolls Cakes
condition of the father was certainly
bows no sign of doing! ss.SUMNER Uncle; -You see honesty Is absolutely I ; $

f their comfort.HARRIE'r love sail Dr.......l.. CH1LD8.Inland' necpsHary but .ability. Is equally; Indiapcimubla. Pies .
LL ii CAWLET.CkMfclasr Etc. I I
Yoims; Wife (sobbing: )-I am afraid, Nephew-TbJt may be but I I : :

: t Knrl ba,.. forcotteu what the c.... Cliff.. what Mid. does honesty. serve? Uncle

,i# r : c.... herr 1'nstor yon said .so beautifully at our The Uuaat cliff .M-vuery In the United -To maintain your obligations Nephew I I i Suppose You Try Them I -

J, : V Oi.. of the best and simplest mean wedding-how love believes anything, Kingdom I I..* on (tlif count of tbe county -Anil nbllltT? t.'ocle-To avoid :

i" Of chpeklng! a cold at Its onset Is to suffers anything Young IlusbnndOh of !Jl>II"lnl.! at tin- nortbwest of Ire- haying them.-II Mondo Umorlstleo. If you likf them the wngou i I

: -, tli-lnlt In bed a glass of hot not warm no; I liuvou't but I didn't benr. him! t'I' <'ln, tlie "t"lnt.'her... .. the I I. will call null! g ;t youriii'derit 1 :

In whIch have been placed the imtl grimdeur, of the cliffs are _
vvntr'f variety Meu N Harder PrepoitIdeafMr
'l him that love can eat anythingFliegende ,- from time 5lsyI
any "
)u\f\ of .a lemon three or four lumps most thrilling... and Impresxlve Shove Ben. hum-The' snake tempted I to tune If
pi Blatter.
3'F' r of siiif r rind a large teaspoonful of / Lwiguo. south of Glen Columbkllle. Is Bye first. B..llh.-Y.. I suppose be Our IJttl< is CLUAN: '$ 4' 14

t p-ure glycerin., This dose should be salt! Made II... .u. superb introduction la PoiiBgaPs : wanted to begin on something. easy.-. Ii The fry ', I : I

3 I IptieU. as Hot as possible after the patient A rich financier said to one of our coast splendors. In 1 less than half.. a New! York Press Pti1ut'tVIjrj I.. ; 'JI

thus It from, the the inoimtula.. rear SOME.
is In be confreres who has more
t rr probably; l dol8 a flow of ) Ibid Its bt-lKlit of nearly 2.0OO feet la the B.eesasry Llitatte.s.physicianI i
"Wben I business, sir
Which will throw off the cold. wealth Island of Acblll, off the west coast of would suggest a diet II 0. L. Strickland

t L1 simplicity of this remedy U only 10'11I// "But( nothing.those with whom you did business Ireland, the. cliff of Crogban. at I Patient_WelT. It will have to be something .

with tiff sheer from the. water's that with tb. eook.-Nuw. | Grooms'
4 ,i '- ed by' Its great efficacy. An had something."- Independence Achlll Head I agree Old Stand..

3 t14! rii Plet.Remedies cora, its I*ch Increased nee of working If applied a (' at j Kuuuialn. feet. *-edge London to tbt Studard.de.se dizzy' -..height of 8,000 York8un. ;....;..------ !Y S #

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Continues Until December 15th ,(

Wie Son'J give"free trips to Palatka, or throw trash off the roof as an inducement to buy our goods, but give you the .'
Full Values in Hew and Stylish Merchandise.
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I is now being thrown on
the market at GREATLY J.
f.t,' ;,1 r REDUCED PRICES.

Don't be misled by sue/ i

any"Fake" sales. We are
the only company giving -- -- t
.t: f .,f a real reduction that has I ) Pp ,::1'

the goods to back up our
+ v r i 1 +w ,
r offers., Go. through the 1 f

Store and '.
4b.k Big compare. I ,.
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r & = our stock with others and '

a =J I ; see what values we are Y)

:-!. offering. .f"I IfMMVM q 1 ::1

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We are not, trying to unload OLD ou -ofdateclothing, but GOOD SALABLE MERCHANDISE.It : .
will pay ,you to look.' We will save you money on


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Joaquin MUler had .
Just won recognition
The burglar of a dandy's wardrobe
How a Scandal In the as the of the Sierras .
poet and was
The Loan meant serious loss when It
of88aQuarter- a comprised
Navy Was PreventedBob working on a paper In Oregon He ; .. la John Osbaal'H case In 1714, "a A Dead Easy Thing established 1820.
bad been contributing verses and short I
scarlet cloth suit laced with broad 1
stories and had just begun a tale about gold lace, lined and faced: l with blue; a I i

Backstay; a midshipman during the soldiers 'on the frontier who' suffered [Original flue cinnamon cloth putt, with plat I Ibuttoo. C. U. SutollftoijMr. Fine Groceries Prompt Attention '!
with The editor wanted ICopyrlBht( IBM. by
scurvy.: It was In the early; day. before the the '
waistcoat with
the Spdnlah-Amedcan war was 'Just fringed a will call
we I
Adelbert Yonge, as
the scurvy story; for the morning publication Iron horse had permeated "the plains"farther .
out of the Naval academy.; lit Lad but Joaquin Miller could not than Cheyenne that a stagecoach sulk rich fringe of the iiinia color and a him, had beau voyaging lu eastern seas Choice Coffe, Given to All ,
yellow flowered satin .
i ;, been In more scrapes while at Annapolis concentrate upon his work. Ills mind lumbered Alone a road not tar lined with his yacht.: He was a young/ man 1
sown with a cherry colored satin, Mail
than any; man there and, though be leaped to the anticipated joy of a groat from the then village of Denver with a pocket on the Hunt aide". of twenty-four and u resident Teas an I! Orders. i

1 was a fair scholar, that Iio had succeeded social function occurring that evening There was a St. Loulvlau going out to There la something a little wore manly York and while he was known among ,
for at this time he social his set as a good, fellow be. was also Household Attic! s. Careful Shpment.
In coming out with a commission was a lion. look at mines on Clear creek and a perhaps In the dress of the gallant of
However bo bad proceeded In Ills storyup ; Chicago merchant going to establisha known as a conservative ,
was a surprise to all. The truth 1000 pictured In one of llowland'a
nrouucl to a certain
4 to the point of the conditional cure branch somewhere he When the :yacht not
Is be was such a good follow that tbe anywhere- epigrams: went off ,
for the disease where all tbe soldiers was not particular. A Methodist min port In Spain the ov.u.,
faculty; did not have the heart to
refuse Behold
a moat ooeontpUshid cavalier. cathedral and Groceries (
leading Fancy
I r to graduate him. Nevertheless It suffering with scurvy had been burled., ister (very; lean) and an Englishman That the world's ap. of fashion dothvp one day to view the of fact the Dry ,
with only their bends to view. by hlm * exposed
was predicted that his love for escapade (yery fat). completed the men The r, would
y The editor was ;yelling "CopyI" Th.poet's only woman was a schoolteacher with Walking; the streets his humor to tfls. other three had said that they
,fir would always; keep him back in mind refused to work. He could large angular features clap.In rather see one bullfight than ten cathedrals The Best the World Affords
his profession the French doublet and the German -
left to enjoy'
not finish the tale leaving his soldiersIn "They say" remarked the St Loulslan how, and they were :
Backstay; was sent to Cuban waters" Mr.
such a plight. Suddenly an Inspiration "that there's a robbery every day The mufres, aloake, Spanish hat, Told themselves In their ,own way
on the Yellow Jacket of the and Retail Grocers In
one outside Wholesale the
,l many; came to him. Ila grabbed his on some of the roads In Colorado and blade, Yonge saw the cathedral from tie| Largest ,
small armed boats used to watch the and Italian ruff, a ahoe right Flemish made and from the lu. While he was National founded on
pencil wrote rapidly the following notwithstanding the fact people continue with a reputation Quality Square
of the
;I coming Spanish fleet, which was words There seems to bare been no foolish visiting the Interior two Indies passed
} : to travel with valuable on their and Low Pikes. THE PUREST< FOOD
dally expected. The Yellow Jncket prejudice, against foreign made goods him and one deftly slipped a note Into Dealing
"And a she wolf came along and ate person.. I never use anything but / .
was commanded by Lieutenant Qunck- off all their bends" Then be made a drafts for my expenses When I reach In 1000.-London Chronicle. his hand. He mnde out that the note PRODUCTS. "
enbos, a man abnormally; anxious for bee Hue for the door und was not seen Denver I'll have to borrow a quarter slipper was a girl! nnd the other her
distinction. Indeed, he talked so much again until the next day. His story for a glass of beer to wash the dust Tb. Betel Hmt. duenna. His heart gave several Jumps Lowest Prices 'Prevall
about what lie would do or try; to do was not published out of my throat""Is Chewing the betel nut In Slats being ere he got outdoors and found opportunity

If he got an opportunity that Ills officers there no law In the country" a common habit a* every little distance to rend tbe note Our tremendous trading with the leading Americanand

would exchange glances whenever A Cntt.. of Oh'.ro.. asked the Englishman as ;you go through the bazaar of "You are an American," read the markets enables us to effect unusual I
"the old man" touched upon ''the oft "What Is the west frequent cause of "Law exclaimed the Chicagoan Bangkok may be seen petty; merchant note "and I appeal to you as an Amer- European, sav
mentioned subject. Of course tbe main divorce?" the lawyer was asked. "You English people are always talk- busy; making and selling the preparation Iran Five years ago an uncle of mine ing. We give the benefit of this to you.

r topic of conversation on the yellow "It Is neatly Incredible" he said, Ing about law. Of course there's no so universally masticated. The who desired to get possession of my
Jacket was the Spanish fleet and tbe "but a thing that causes divorce oftener law away out here. Do you take this leave In which the prepared mixture fortune bad me shut up lu the convent Write us for our "Table and
opportunities M would present for wide than you'd Imagine Is married peo for a suburb of London Ii wrapped ere from a vine known a* called the Sacred Heart I have been
awake officers to give notice of Its arrival ple's quarreling over their right to "If we are attacked" said the minister the cuavlca betel. The nut la from a prisoner ever since, and It has been Home" Catalogue and Price ListA
or perhaps save the American open one another's letters. Tbe bus- "I shall attempt to Influence the the arlca betel palm which reaches a given out In America that I am dead
!W fleet from attack or possible destruction band will claim that be Is entitled to robbers by prayer." height of about sixty feet, whose Once a week I am allowed to visit the magazine of Intense interest to every' housekeeper.

and thereby gain promotion open tbe wife's mall. The wife will "You might a* well attempt to make branches bear several large bunches of cathedral but nm always closely! Complete, and beautifully illustrated/rom which you can
The longer/ the Spaniards were Incoming claim that she Is entitled to open the tbem drunk on soda water," snapped nut which harden and redden as they watched. I sow you a week ago and round. Blank order form enclosed.
-'I the keener the expectancy till husband's. In the letters of neither the Chicagoan.At ripen and which resemble somewhatthe determined to appeal to TOIL For order the year ,
at last Lieutenant Quackcnbo was in will there be anything of a private or this point the stage stopped and bunches of fruit on the date bearIng beaven'a sake, rescue me from this living
a tremor of excitement during each compromising nature but nevertheless the driver was heard talking to a palm. The dealers cut up their death. If you can place. ladder We 'Pay Freight ChargesOn
y 1 and every; twenty-four hours. Then they I both want to get tbelr mall Inviolate horseman he had met In the road. The green leaves Into the proper triangular against. the northwest corner of the
t when it came to be understood that -It enrages them to have It horseman said be bad been robbed a form crack the nuts and with wall surrounding the convent at 10 receipt of price, any order ofc $20.00 or over will

Ihu first man to discover tbe hostile opened and read Quarrels over this mile farther on. He did not know, wooden spatulas work the tumerla o'clock( on the night of the lath. 1 can be shipped, freight prepaid, to any Railroad Station East
fleet would be promoted the commander letter opening question vex I suppose whether the robbers had ridden way stained juice Into a paste. It Is amusIng persuade Sister Mary to permit me to .
u; of the Mississipp'.
of the Yellow Jacket resolved to reduce 00 per cent of marrfed couples. Of or were waiting for the stage,.but It to see how skillfully they form the pats Into the grounds and thus escape.
his quantum of sleep to two this 00 per cent a distressingly large made no difference to the travelers, for pieces of green leaf Into pointed, cone Bring a rope twenty feet long with
hours In the day and two' In the night proportion go on from bad to worse if the stage did not go on to the robbers shaped cups Into each one of which you. Bring horses or a carriage. ThereIs Money Refunded Goodsare
: The .Yellow Jacket was cruising on till they wind up In tbe divorce court. the robbers-If they chose-could tbey place a portion of the Ingredients no way you can answer this except ,
the south Cuban coast and kept In So young man when :you come to marry come back to the stage. After some In person. not SatisfactoryThis
touch with other vessels of the fleet leave your wife's mall alone no discussion as to what to do the driver Turk and H..o...._. Borne conservatives would have stop-
N In order that none of the other should matter bow she may pry Into yours."- decided the matter by going on. Then According to the best authorities ped to analyse a bit but Mr. Yonge liberal oiler and: absolute: : guarantee, Is war.

get ahead of him In announcing the New York Pre... the conversation among the passengers upon the subject, the) Idea of using didn't There was an American girl In ranted by the high quality of,our goods and the universal
arrival of the enemy. If Indeed the enemy became animated. What was to be white talc in the manufacture of pipes distress, and It was his duty to recue
7 came In those waters, Quackeuboa Quick Wit Saved III* I.K.. done with the valuables Ui of comparatively recent date com- her. He would mount the wall pull satisfaction wherever sold and used.

ordered that all signal apparatus be "Tbe strangest and most thrilling "Such things can only occur In a pared with the age of the habit of her up with a rope and then take her
kept on deck ready for immediate use. piece of swordsmanship I ever saw," country like this where there's no respect smoking and what la still\ more curious aboard his, ;yacht He would then
j In all this Backstay saw a gulden said the fencing master "was In Ver for the law" growled the Englishman Is the tact that In the oriental coun- steam away and who was to catch Jku
opportunity for a prank On his glass mont. I was spending the autumn In whose face was very; hot and tries which produce white talc or him He had It all planned out before d o
he painted or, rather daubed 'with ink a mountainous part of the state and whose eyes were very anxious. meerschaum as It Is called, and where his Impulsive companions got back
something/ that looked like a mnn-of- there was a military encampment near "You never had highwaymen In England the use of tobacco forma part of the from the bullfight They did not seethe 135-139 West 42d Street New York.
war In tbe distance. Then about 4 my hotel. One morning an officer's did you?" retorted, the, St. Loul- education of the faithful the people matter as he did.
bells In the evening when the Inn had horse started to bolt with the man slan. never dream making this substance When Mr. Yonge bad announced In Address Kail.Order Z>ijt>&:tment.
been set long enough to cast a slight during parade and made at breakneck "Let's give our valuable to the pare Into pipes. They make bowls and cast Iron tones that he Intended to rescue

# dusk over the ocean he rushed, downto speed toward a precipice. The otll sou here," said the Chlcagoan. "Per goblets of It, but no pipes. It may be tbe girl single handed( If his friends
his commander who was taking his cer tried to stop the horse tried to haps after If* all over he can pray that the long plpestems which allow were afraid to tackle the 'Job with him -
dally nap In his cabin, and shouted In turn his head-no use. On dashed the them out of purgatory; for us." the smoke to cool and lose Its acridity they could de no less than offer their
( stentorian tones: frantic animal straight for the abyss. The schoolteacher said nothing but, before reaching the mouth leave the services. One'of them was sent to buy
;j "The lIeetl"Quackenhoa.! We all held our breaths. In another pulling.. up her skirts on the right oriental smoker quite Indifferent In regard a rope, another to look for a ladder and
seizing his glass, bound. Instant we expected to see horse and where she was protected from observation to the quality of the 1 bowl At the third to survey the wall. Yonge
i I ed up the companionway and bringingthe rider go over the clll!. But the officer by the side< of the conch tied her all events, one never sees a Turk wltb himself saw to the provisioning of the Your Turkey
glass to bear on the horizon sweptit when within fifty feet of the edge purse In her handkerchief and hung It a meerschaum pipe. :yacht and the overhauling of her ma
Backstay handed him his own drew his sword and plunged/ It twice to her waist chinery. He would
glass. The lieutenant brought It to the :deep Into the horse The horse staggered "Take mine" said the Chicagoan e......... Lifting? Power the minute the damsel was aboard. J Jd
sky ulna and saw a Spanish mau-of- I slowed keeled over dying. The "They won't search a woman. The ehelless limpet pulls 1,084 times When the night df the 14tb came( all Tasts Best
'd w''''r Without losing a moment be ordered man had sacrificed the animal's life to "And mine," said the minister. Its own weight when In the air and was lu readiness A vehicle was purchased -
that a signal be sent to the near save his own." Every man In the coach ,deposited about double when measured In the outright/ Instead of hired. Noth-
est vessel stating that the fleet had art his valuables In the same safe place water. Fleas pull 1403,. times their ing had traiiHplred to arouse the stmpl- Roasted in-a Buck's Oven.
rived. Backstay received his glass AK.. In the Animal Klastdom. except the St. Loulslon. who had declared own dead weight The Mediterranean dons of the people In the convent, and
from his commander, passed hit tongue/ A great variance as to length of life that he traveled only with cockle Venus verrucoaa can exert a It was looked upon as a dead easy
over the object::> lens and wiped the lens appears among different animals.\ Some drafts. Lifting up the cushion of the pulling power equal to 2,071 times the thing to make the rescue. It's largo, ventilated and
t on his coat sleeve. The officer to whom Insects live for only a few hours while seat he placed his valuables under It, weight of Its own body. So .great lathe The night was dark and rainy. It
c,. the signal\ had been sent signaled back flab elephants and turtles are frequently then lowered. and sat on It. power possessed by the oyster that was the night of all nights to rescue an N : !sanitary.! The oven is a

that tbe announcement had been forwarded ; centenarian. The averagelife :Meanwhile the coach rolled on and to open It a force equal to 1,310! times American damsel from a Spanish convent and baker.
to( the admlrnl and asked In of the mosquito Is three days. was now near tbe place where the rob the weight of Its .hel\\... body Is to- Yonge<< had only two compan quick even

k, f what quarter the enemy was to be Toads usually live to the age/ of about : bery had been committed. A clatter of quired. If the human being possessed ions. One drove and was to act as lookout Call and see us for a
found since( he had not discovered him. fifteen years while carp have been horses' hoofs was heard coming from strength as great In proportion as that and the other was to hold the foot I
Quackenbos looked again but could known to reach ISO. Chickens live the rear. of these shellfish the average man of the ladder and help the rescued girl !
%, l see nothing Others looked, with the from twelve to fifteen years dogs to "They're'going to take u. fore and would be able to lift the enormous to descend without breaking her neck. I
? } same result The man-of-war had van. the age of ten and occasionally fifteen oft" said the St Louis lao, "We'll weight/ of 2,970,000-pound. pulling In Not a dog bayed or a cat meowed as '' Buck's Range
t ished. and parrot to extreme age. Those hear a shot In front In a moment. the same degree as the limpet. AndIf the angle of the. wall was reached. If'
$ l ti ""'e'l'e outdone" said Backstay low birds have been known to pass the But there wall no shot A horseman the man pulled In the same proportionate Sister Mary bad done her part and If
ill ering his own glass. "Some", floating age of 200 years. Turtles are also frequently overtook the coach and a number of degree as the cockle he would Miss Brltomarte had not fainted away

torpedo, has blown her up." centenarians as are. storks white faces peering from the windowsaw sustain a weight of no less than 8,100- while waiting, then five minutes wouldsee - -- -- --- -- -
Handing his. glass to his commander, and elephants are sold to reach the the man who had been robbed. !500 pounds. her out of that and laying plans to
that officer saw clouds of smoke He age of 300 years. Whales bave been He called to the driver to stop and i give her uncle a surprise party. There The
Hardware Co.
a signaled that a man-of-war lied heenm known to live for 400 years. Mother a...*. was a feeling of tbe heroic about him Kennerly
-- ----- when he did so the horseman Jerkedout
i seen, but had disappeared. Then theolllc..rs a brace of revolvers and covered The most popular children's book : .. Yonge mounted the wall The water
7: Rat away from him ai soon as Postage; Stamps. ever written was "Mother Goose's Mel : ran down the back of his neck and
At the
the people In tbe coach. sametime
possible that be should not see that The largest postage stamp ever Issued the schoolteacher opened the door odies." Mrs. Goose or Mother Goose, filled hi. side pockets but he was not Everything in Hardware,
they were laughing at him was a five cent stamp of the as she was familiarly called, was the discouraged. lie was on top of tbe
next her and stepped down on the
i United States Intended for newspaper mother-in-law of Thomas Fleet, a Boston wall fishing with a rope and trying to Palatka, Florida.
Backstay postage. It was 4 by 2 Inches In size. road. printer early in the century. When locate the damsel when halt a dozen
A come out and they'll court martial The smallest postage stamp on the "Got 'era" asked' the man who had his first child was born his wotber-lu- dark lanterns flashed at the foot of the
g yon." other baud was a twenty-five pfennig been robbed. law devoted all her attention to the ladder and six strange men appeared.
i Bnckntny looked a trifle uneasy but stamp of Mecklenburg-Schwerln/ Issued "All but one. That galoot pointing/ baby; and, It Is said greatly annoyed They had not come to assist In the rescue -
said nothing He grinned; he was always In lS o. It was one-fourth the to the St. Loulslan "Is sitting; on his Fleet by her persistent and not particularly of Miss Keith, but were In the uniform ATLANTIC COAST LINE
grinning.: size of an ordinary postage stamp. Incidentally plunder. It's under the seat. The musical chanting of the old of the police and spoke with commendable
,. s1e The next, day while the officers of It has been calculated that voice was 'a man' English ditties she bad heard in her frankness.
the Yellow Jacket were at dinner they about 13,000 different kinds of postage) The St Loulslan was ordered to childhood The Idea occurred to Fleetof Mr. Yonge was ordered to descend or Florida Georgia, Alabama, Virginia
; + all left the table In a hurry at hearing; stamps have been Issued by the various oilae and produce his valuables, which writing down these songs and publishing take a bullet from a revolver and a ,
+I GM some one on deck say countries of the earth. ho did with great alacrity. The horse- them In book form. The old. minute later the handcuffs were slipped North Carolina, South Carolina.

1t .# "The Spanish fleet has eluded us and man opened the pocketbook accompa- est extant copy bears the date of 1719. on the trio. There were two other -
got Into Santiago." Two Poor 0..., nying them and took out a goodly; number i The price marked en the title page carriages close by and presently the 'Hie) Great Highway of Travel from_
%v If the excitement at the confirmation During one of Edwin Forrest's engagements of crisp bills was "two coppers." This account of three vehicles set out and made a
of this news was great It was In Boston a poor artist called "I knew he bad the big haul of the the origin of Mother Goose Is discredited drive of six or seven miles to a stone Florida-Kast. West North, South

a v,, magnified a hundred times the next several times to see the great actorat lot by the way he talked; said the by some critics who declare that barn In the suburbs of the. city. Here .. ..
day when a message came from the the old Winthrop House. Each time schoolteacher "We'll... lint's here." in 1007 Perrault published "Contes de the prisoners were put through the To (the East tbe Famous
flagship asking for the name of the he brought a picture which be had Without the slightest HIof/ .. modesty ma Mere 1'Oye" or "Stories of Mother third degree In great shape. When the ,
man who bad discovered the Spanish painted. He finally left It with a note he (Allied up his skirts: displaying Goose" The name Mother Goose was sergeant of police got through detailing Florida and West Indian. Limited

man-of-war reported two days before. stating that he was In needy circum corduroy trousers stuck In his boots familiar In French folklore being used the enormity of the offense they and New York Express.
The officers In Backstay's; secret looked stances. Forrest read the note and and about Ills waist dangled} the pock- by writers of this literature over a cen- were white a. milk and thin as water

o at each other with mingled amusement took the wrapping from the picture. It otbooks of tbe passengers the circle tury; before the time of Perrault The least that any of them might ex To I lie West
d and wonder and the commander proved to be a painting of himself as ornamented here and there by a* gold pect was an hour on the rack and
rv of tbe Yellow Jacket signaled as he Spartacus. Forrest gazed upon It a watch Opening one pocketbook after The sta>tM of .......It.. twenty years In a dungeon The average Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta.
T'' was obliged to do that the officer was moment and then ejaculated to the another ho took out the contents and A meteorite fell on a Vermont farm American bas a commercial mind.

Midshipman Robert O. Backstay. clerk: "Give him '10. If he Is as poor threw the pocketbooks away. Then In 1890. It was a valuable meteorite, These three men had They began to Pullman Cars Trains.
p Hack came a signal .for Midshipman< as his picture he must be on the pelhtof laying all the bills to,jet her, he rolled and the landlord at once stepped up !dicker for their lives To their great and Through Coaches oil all IItral118
. Itobert C. Backstay to report on board starvation" thorn In a wad, and thrust them In his I and claimed It. "All minerals and Joy the sergeant was willing to listen. Atlantic Coast Line Mileage Books good to all points, via
t ,t the flagship. trousers ;pocket Hi next move was i metals on the land belong to me," he He finally admitted that If the convent aa far Last!: as Washington, and as tar West as St. Louie, Cincinnati '

Before Backstay left the Yellow On War or RnrlnerBeorbobm 1'10' to ,divest himself of Ills feminine apparel I said "That's In the lease." were heavily reimbursed tbe police : and New Orleans ; rates. $25.00. -
0' Jacket a consultation was held between Tree was once endeavotIng which be rolled 1 lit a bundle and But the tenant demurred. "This meteorite paid for their time and If the yacht Consult the Purple folder
him and the luindud to the bm' ," h. said, "wasn't on the farm would put to sea Instanter
juniors and It was to get a well known actor. back sema a the ends of for
NI details i
etY t'
decided that tbe secret. was to be kept. Into his company. Tree received the "1P'lere's my critter?" be asked of you must remember when the lease Justice would be subserved. It must be and full]l information 'nearest 1 rates. Pullman t Pe

To confess that the Spanish vessel seen man In his dressing room as ha was his confederate was drawn up." cash on the nail, though and no ahavIngwlowif. tiong, schedules. Call on your ticket agent, or write .
5 was an Ink spot would make a terrible making up. "How much would ;you "At the\ craflHroads buck there." The landlord perceived. the Justiceof FRANK O. BOYL8TON Diet PMS. Agent, \V. J>. 8TABK Traveling?.".***
scandal, even if the story were believed want to come back to me?" Inquired "It's two miles but I'll have to walkIt that claim. lie thought a moment. As Mr. Yonge bad got his friends Into 13)1) West Bay. street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.

9t 1 Backstay reported on the flair- Mr. Tree, busy wltff his paint pots. or delay those confiding people by Then he' said decisively" "i,claim her trouble, it was up to him to get them W J. CRAIG, Passenger Truffle Mur. T O. WHITE, Oen'l Passenger AgeD'' .
t' i. c ship, was complimented by the admiral Tbo otber named an exorbitant salary taking 0110 of their ho.'"".. But this as flying game. out He made a draft on his Spanish General Offices. Wilmington.North Carolina..
r for Ills watchfulness and promoted to which Tree merely retorted as would incite. nle a hotao( ,tlilof, whichIs But the tenant was ready for him."She's banker for W.OOO and handed It over, --,- -- ...-
s neither -- -
Yv" on the spot. He held hla peace, be went on making up "Don't slam bencnth any gentleman Goodby got wings nor feathers, and a. soon as It was cashed the prisoners --- - -- ---- -- .- -- -- -- a
accepted the honor thrust upon him the door when you go out, will yon?" my frlemN I wish_ you a pleasant he said. "Therefore" as. ground same.she' were turned loose and told to "git" _+ c .===::::::::
1 wltb his usual grin and entered upon Journey. mine They got The yacht was a thousand -.utr:: ? ,
The= continued their argument, and .am: :Eb.azcl.a.oy:: ::: :
new duties without returning to the Age; and Year The confederate took their,'. ,de miles away when they heard some
f ( Yellow JacketQuackenbos The man of forty must not think nurture and. Iho stage drove ou. The In the beat of It a revenue officer arriving news. They heard It from two other PAI-ATKA. FLORIDA

} t / (now retired) never himself old. He Is only beginning really (nilcngnnn turned. to ell'' Ft Lonlulan the meteorite with a truck aboard.proceeded. "I claim to her put owners of American yachts Miss Brl I Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries and

r censes to complain that as commander ; to live. A man' usefulness Is gone ...1118111'1: for the government" be said ". tomarte Keith was an English girl who Patents. 1 1e
v of the Yellow Jacket he should have : only when be ceases to grow. Age Is "Lemt me ft quarter\ for a &glass of article Introduced Into the an was in with a gang of blacklegs. She I PFIK3OIF>TION3 OAHBrUI-I.Y OOMPOUNDtDFBE8H .
bud tbe honor of discovering the Spanish was not an Inmate of the
not a matter of Increasing years so hoer v h*,1"e get Dearer without payment of duty. convent She OABDSX Been steamship _
i fleet. Backstay; I.I shortly to be mucb as of waning enthusiasm.-Milwaukee A grim smile appeared oil the foci bad no uncle. She was not watched. Agents Mallory...., .. _-=e
made admiral 14 She simply marked. down .
a rear
Journal. .. of each |>usttwiiK4 r. The Boat. her victims _"'!'!
; MARK MBRIWgA.'TIIER.Be WM.BWORTH: UMKHHON.!: : There Is a legend says an English and the gang arrived lu time to eatcb -- -- -
Il M.a.....*. writer to the effect that after Lord them redhanded. M. QUAD.
....... ._
r Teacher-Now, you have; all studied ..0..'. Narrow "..A.... Stanley came Into the boose of peer
f' -1 called to see you" hut evening about liquid measure, and I think you The world hal a narrow' escape of ''D lady somewhat Indiscreetly; asked THE .P ALA TKA NEWS
i )' and the servant told me ;you were not know It Johnny you may now tell me never 1 l'n\luf> known n Sir Walter Lord Brougham at a dinner party who The LUkl That Palled.
f'..N I In. She-Tes; I was sorry to have what measure treats of Inches, feet and Scott When a tiny: bubo be was left was the best speaker In the house, of It was by an accident that Mr.
missed you He-I thought yon must araa J'ohnn1-Tape measure teacher. In charge: of u mold, but tle !girl's heart lords and that Lord Brougham promptly ling got hi* famous title, "The Unfit Kin--
be; I beard ;you laughing upstairs la was. lu Edinburgh whither who wantedto and emphatically answered "Lord That KalleU." He hod almost
\ such grief stricken tones that I almost The ..ab.I.... ga to rejoin hlover. She was Stanley; madam Is the second best" to call tbe novel "The Failure decided," at only $1.00 a .. Year,
l-. wept myself oat of sympathy. "Well. said the first lobster In 'a however compelled to stay and look though he was dissatisfied with this.
u 4V bored< tone "what are ;you going to do after the Infant nt. Handy! ( ; Knowe. The Hub CD..I... l One evening as he was sitting In
i Th. oh.d.at. Ceok.e now?" girl regarded her charge a.*. an obstacleto I Tommy paused a moment In Use study rending by lamplight the light his
i'ather-Cooklnlr school are of some Get dressed for dinner" the second be removed< and afterward confessed work of demolition. went suddenly; down-almost Subscribe Now. '
jp me after all. This cake Is delicious. l lobster answerd, yawning.; that she carried young Scott up to This Is angel cake. all right" be fact In a second Kipling Jumped failed. In
Daughter-Is It? I thought It would the Craig (under a sti-ouif temptation said. exclaiming excitedly "By up ,
be a terrible failure. Father-WbyT A present joy Is worth a thousand of The .devil, as she ux'preweU. It), fully ..ao..do yon know* asked Johnny. got Iti"I 1'0inUnir to the lamp Jove h. I've
1 Daughter told the cook exactly; how past sorrows or future tips.-State Intending to cut bU throat with bee Tve found a feather In If-Chicago "Tbe Light That Failed." said,

b 4 (some to make other; It, way and.she went and< made It Journal scissors_ and bu'l1'-! !!! !!: the; :;. Tribune 8 Standard, -London It will be a Dollar well spent "


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11I- People Crescent City. Hews I j-.c..o.Florida East Coast Railway

Seasonable GoodsFor Miss Wllllnins and Mils\ :B...i>le A. LiMmeixtFor I Locaj' Time Card No. (67. la Effect September 16, 19G'

Brooklyn N. Y.: arrived ..

lent Friday mid' will spend the winter \ II. 05 Ne 28 STATIONS No. 78 N.. 88 tDIII

Crescent City Fall and Winter Sales 'with their brother mid sinter.' Mr. % '-COp"!-, rlonm1r D.llr. r........ ............ ..In."nvIlJo" ................Ar -IoPII.Oi: 1 1.1.111.-MamaS )) /

Egbert D. Wllllnm. mid Mrs Henry OSpul VIlMa", .. ............ '.Jmnci.uuvtllu..1. 71.pm 5 ClAm
.. ........... .St., .
7 Wpm mu eo. .. mop.n 7 4/am
and Vicinity Prices Low }1 in teim imiso,,. The !Mltues i William'sspent I I I 7 tOpul 111""".", ... .............. .. s-pm' e 49am.

Qualities their early life In CresiHiit, -.2'' '!!-. .J.1...Wmsun_ ... : ........... .. I ",.tonatimje..S! ..09mm! !!! Seamigml .
Guaranteed New For CoughCold.Croup. I "'Jln AI ,.. I ,. "' 'rxi' Tin.s",i'i
silica learned II City moving away soil," i.-n years : eOpm ..Li J.-:! Iv ":: I .r" ,,,,_ 506am' _
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have Inlt< Goods in ., ..
coming IIgo. Hundreds of old 9 onpm Am Maw. itam
tlmr hitfli-clnsH Rrooorics every ..cl llou frlniiils this SorelriroahSliffNecky' ... .. ":ij!.. !I.% .- : ... .... :,: laleo.. .: .:.:.:..;.:.:::::::t.e, zyrn ...:.. .
week. We have those will IIM lej.lcoil to lonrn, of ) Dojiir9l40; -' .\ ....:....:.... L ,,, ..". ...:............. 'Wipmmm --Tbsaam. :
can lie bought choapor atour blue their return fur I a lung visit. I II 5 141m 12 .OI"," ....... .. ...I."U''................ ,. ". 4 W'm( D"'IO"
than ..1 ewhHI'fI.We and black Dress I Rheumatism and V E8pra 11"1'uji .. ..... rinopid .. ....... ... .. rapu, 5 06.111
toN Suits Rev D. Spencer of Crencent 10 (r2pnn I 111pm' ,. ..... .. .. .... ...m)to1.......... ....... .. .a 4&1'11I 4 ..Keel
wivnt all the winter for you now City 7v' 1 lOInI'm 8limmu' .. .... ........... ....""Uflll, >I''' ..... ........... '' /milm, .07a...
to know this both in bus engaged board, of Mrs.\ U.: H. Neuralgia I 10861'''' 8 WI" A. ... ...... ..N." .'''! "''i.,. .. ........... 3 1hJnm, 4 II...... .
housekeopoM men's and Mask for the winter j j rlllOam '-.. -. :..:-::.Ll.OIIekm ::-::';7r.v: : I emmir-1lhpu.;; ; i

fact They can know by boys'. We the driving rented At all Dealers 111180.. .1'> ... .,.,'IdO'ill ...... .... ; .. I'loopn, DI>I'I'III1I4 '
his -k"
und Jet carry home at Crescent City. Mr. ..._
us quote -
callinR largest and best stockof Spencer U having/ some Price 25c 5Oc ft HOP 1 1ii'i6pm -r i'l' ... .. .. :', .' C." in... ...... .. ... ..u alijllU TMamit
Improvements : at" mupla 8""I'n, ..... ..... ... .1111111..1.\: : 2 4111,0* 5 514aMIt
priops. Shoes in the city und work done at I ii," 11im1i' let !.IJ>ma mat.r., Ar....:..:: ..... ... 'l'III.vlll. ... ". C'm S ::= ::
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Our stock is always the' church voluntarily. and .-0' lIToiiIor f.lJJ"; All.. ....... ..... ."."" oi .. .... .... ...... .ml'\ Memn 0 "imopoC
and piimchwl l to SentFree ,
BESTand 1 always FRKSH. ing them.take pride in sell- : nice congregations Sunday morn I MB Sloan's Book on Horses ."- # 7 11 OOpm tmpma::: it'Fitij 01.4,0 ii" t. :::;:.::::::::::::m;;ii:: ':;;ii:..: :::-:...:.:-::.-;::tAr Am-, }:.,rii1881.10 -ILIOIIIn s 00cm

Our Holiday Stock of and ev'nlng.DI'Lnnd Heonrd. 8 Dtl'", .............4.,.,,,.. .. .......... .......m.. ,alIn, 82'1.nl

Edibles will contain tvery. Our 5 and Counters 'I Miss\ Elizabeth! M. Kyilil of Tort Cattle. Hogs ft Poultry 30 1 tWain 84cm. : 1141,10 Mii I::, :: :::::::::::::::':J iz:.;':,iml'mi'. ::,::'::::::::::::::. :: 47mui Cmi.m:,:::: f dlanm iliem:: ..,
thing noedfil for your are full of useful ar- Chester, N. V., I a daughter or Hon. 1 00cm 1.1cm: : 110pm 101,0: ." :::'.:::::'.:::.. .: ::';" :"" I.:::::::::: ::::'.:: :: H71r., ::: 12 I f7nnI aimnluk411am :,:

Dinner. I Address Dr. Earl 5. Sloan 8 IOC'I"( ') '. ........ ....... '. ...,,. .......... ....... .. 'Othuuui, i'2 WIlt
Christmas ticles.CONE. Win. Byan and her cousin Nice\ Sor"m; Ilf'l"n, .............. ...I .' ; ..'1.0........"....... anulIl U6C.pm
Mary K. Dalyof ClrHenv/luh. Com,,, \ .5Aany5hBosIona5s.77re : 1800111 I W7jii,,, ....................1 '.1.11, ,. .... ............. 170,0 It 1DlflS .

arrived on Friday lust and II.at. 40n Siam : dlpIml 4llm(, : '" :::::::;:::::;::::;:.I,,1.. ::en%,. ::::::::::::::::::: :: : team lkun: :: U OiI.m ihmamm :::

ore 8DI"n S 07im ............... ....' ..,.I'.................... .. 00..11I 10 wpm
8oxM1erill1.! Grove Hall. MISs llymi pe/it the 4 :20cm !II.m: .............. ..I ...tn.. '.),,at' ................ .. .mlmmn 10201'111
Urofle 'winter 4 40cm 7.01..... ..... ......... \i ," '''III r..... ........... .. IA..... IUOCII>Ra
at Orove Hmnlisomne live years 1116.... 5 Wllm ...............\nun I' 'lou .1'1' ............. .. .rn, O".nS" ',
ago and the numerous friends Honor Roll. 14 V Opportvnltr.Wife .. stein S41.n. .......... ... .. II' "".1\, .................. ', OUlI'III,,
The Shoe Man then I bad better take that bat for I Siam'' 8 //II'I..n' .............. .1'. ."",, .............. .. el llpm
m"dolLre all e .............. .......... .. ,
rejoiced to see her uguln. The following U the list of honoiniplls .H"m V Opm 1 un I ".10 '.lul' 10. ... 681"U
Crescent 40 shillings. Husband-But I've only eD7..m 8.7'11I'' ................... ",,,.. ....... ....... .. tOpm
City Florida. The ladles will remain time. In the Crescent Junior ............... .. .. .. .. .
J. W. MILLER. some City got ,[2 with wellow. I'll have to owe I CIJ.m 161111, .1111.' '"1. ............ .2.aUn 111111'11I

---_ _.__. Walker & Co., or Orlando, who High and Qli'Hcleil school for the eoncl tbem the odd 5 shillings Wlf-OS, 1 103.0 LOam: : g MOm: : Ar' :::::::::::::::: -.ll'j: :,;iy.;..:::..:::::..::::::;:> : ;:;:::: :10pm I-pm::::: ,,

> inonMi tiifcethnr with I the stand- 8 roam ,.,,). ................ ", .. s 00"111,
purchased I'll take this for 3 .
Fbi several crops' of fruit at then one iruIneBi.Five .. ,.. .,
CresoeatCity, Weather Keport. 1010. .m.ri..ni' '. .................1' .. l aupIII
Cr.1 OUy t.m".","" for the we.k "d- Crescent City and environs limt Ingot\ the pupils: abllllugs Is too laBlgnlflcant a
InK No>ember 110'11. 1_. month have set a largo, tent tipar Fm ec'c' OBADB.-Kdlth Knlirht. OR) ; sum to owe. Ballet Parlor Para on tmtnxUJ, ft ml 73. l mind 11II.) .
!Iiii-] Max. Mln.Novmntar. up t Dully xo!JtHiiiiUuV.N .. '' __ ____. __ /
1( Lake Stella Dannln Knlnlit, U4 ; Fr oda Unlflrhtm. : : .. h. _.___._
canal mid -- -- -
for for bridge hiivo a --- -
7 WJo..f ........ HI_ I
a.fl.p.O.Vp.m,24hr.24b.i 23 Nail IN. o..T,11
-- big force of 2t ISund.r I B No. 20 N. 12
young men some In SECUSDORADE.-ttma' 91. MAY PORt bJIA CH.
2 Plurue
Saturday M Miss will 8undOnly> IN. .
T< HI 711 8.1 Opper-I never marry you > D.II,? Eia-'pt .11,1., D II
aaaaaa gu Q nu M.', Siiml.y.. ffii Tl 0.1 7lt "M i number, putting up\ the fruit.. For 'J'JIIHD (UAI>B.-Mnhnl Jnnl ini nr: Denkelsen-Oh, heavens, I would blow Only I till..... \In'', t
g M.n. TII..d..1I Monday oS Tl V7( e m lt 77 n ill tit several days these young men bomd- Grace Burltn UR; Edith: Pxdici-tt/; '11&; my brains out If we were not In tb. S Oopm; 'i ;;; 0 H i.j>pm; -fltCrn- ; i---;:: :.. k ..,,,\\II., ....... I2'eprndvopm' ;;-
u '.. %?dno.dey' 61 n tax 57 m eel I about bur Menu Mnck.-tt 1)6) ; K.: K. Knight!; UA; 9 OKpma mu 8 t"Im) 0 OH Hill .....ltlll\)' I ,1"1)1\, III.... U7."IIJ. ,, : "22f.nm, 0 :r'Im
midst of the
II .29.... Thumilay.Friday.. ... 67 S3 eI m\:! no M 70 lift/ 5I4/M big boarding town tout ncar'they I limo now packing have a Fnuiccs FOURTH linck.: URAln-l'v".,t.:94; :tloorjce I-Let hel.Miller II 4j; much to do!-busy FlUgende; season Blatter.If and I .have /BO! 2 401,0 4f.pra800pm::: :g ii"l::: HI:' :: II,0 tit'fl.11 1 I lu': !,iir :: :::::::.Ail\;i""I."::,:, i /!/.ui:I;I0011.: 1:1: ,.:::::::.1.\7:: \ :z.\:::,,:,j\ :m: bccn I ,,:n ac: :::

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e TalkingJ mi 1 lupin: .1 ) 1..111. I I m-ut" ... 001111
!i K :. : I.!!
It. WILLIAMS. OUwrver. tent. They nile\ sending\ nil fruit lit a US. -=_=_: ._ _?tt?- r=t-=::::r-= _-_-nrt-=-- ., 4

-.- -- _. ._- -. -- --_._- rapid rate.Nearly FIFTH ORAIIR.-Addl" \ (4l randy. a chameleon becomes blind It no PENINSULAR AND (uc iri tii4L SrtiAMSIHP: : CONMCTICKS{ : AT MIAMI.'
Charlotte Chinnbfi'lln, ml John
Dollar"g ."" "" "" 97; ; longer changes color, but remain ofa '
[J vnluefur the enough of I tlm "old guard" Di'Hton, UU( ; Harry Jnnlach, 111; Walter blackish hue. Class Connection "Made it I A'.inml;;; with :':.imrl.pn! of, t the!; P. & 0. S. S. Compsav. '

is one thing, ....... Personal and Social. t are now at drove Hall to revnine the !SIXTH Lynch(IKADK.B2:.!; -Kllnor Allen. 1)8; HEART 'IUTTEBINO. Havana and._ Key 'Vest.r .
regular -
r. evening game/ mntclLrds In the -

8 Giving iit i "" "" "' '''. smoking ronm. Frank Illicit, W. A. Alhinn HutchiiiBon, 1)6.i3mOViN'tmt) UU) ; Fnullneliruddook Undigested, located Just food below and gee the In heart the, presses stomach -- Iv WIAMT. .Tne SOUTHBOUND d>y. auinl
K.; H. Ar KEY \\Mlnu-Kliiyi.Hiiiiiiuvii., .. I Oupui ArKKV ....
Sturdy, Williams und l Ex. OBAI .-Annf-li-iiii Burton Ke.126reiv' a nnpm
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt are expected against It and causes heart pnlpltatlon. ./ Ly KeY: WKlll.......11.odll..I..y.. Uni.iii' l.v k I IIV: V .I.HT. Tlniralny. ,, Monday.,8 Bopm
here In a short time. 'yongressnum Ryan of New York nre UH; Loiihm" Hunter lit); JuniesDnaton. When your lieart. troubles ;you In ..UAVANA..Thuiri-tuye.. ......... 0 BO.,., I\OIlA\II....rld..y..tll..d.'..... B Oopm
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i We GIVE it. 01 ; Mettle Urlinnl y, 91. that take -- ----- -
i 10 another nf already on the ground. 0.) II, Marsh way HurllDB for a few days. -
1.1 '" Mm. U. A. Uowen and Miss Emma ) JllI'rH UKADE.: Hilda AVntoriniin. You will soon be all right. tOo A. boUlo Additional C-iilir.grs; bctv ,',:m icy. West and Havana.

f| Fresh Goods and more Morse\ are spending. the week II} and, Smith, Cobb are still due but lilt) ; %Vlrutt Smith, IW; Jllunlp\ Sold by; 4 okerman-Stewart Drug Co LT KEY WEST....Monday*. KrUlini. ..il30i.i| I I r.. HAVANA, ..Tilon.lnyi.SntnrdBri.lJ, soon
Mr. Cobb will probably arrive lo- Allen 07.NINTH. .lI..V..NA..Tuo.da. ,1'ului.layi' ... "! uW.ni. I, Ar K;,.YWtSL'.Time.d.iyspiutnrdaya. g Wlpm
U Goods for the money. gB Jacksonville. GRADE.-Audio draco Vvaterinnn Administrator's Notice. : -
morrow. ;; j ; : '
Trains Discharge .sUo.1 No 1 ransfers.Tben
;! Mr. and Mr.. '1'. J. Cnpr,; r'J'i'k ,. 100; CrllUlurton, l )Hj; Ilnllle i'nusencerstShip'i. .. .
la hereby' tlmt thirty' plvun :=== =t== -t: (
Old "Uncle" Bell and j
B New Fall and Winter Hats | sunvtlle spent Sunday with Mr. an aged Denton. U8!!; !Mary Don ton, 1)7.) tlnte, we.IIH adinlnlHtrHtoriiof; : the ,ntlltu Time Tallinn Bbuw1ltnlin! <>H\rhlfh trOll- ,,.may bo ex peeled' to arrive and depart
in. All to suit worthy colored man who )'nsllvpeI TENTH HHADK..: Miriam P yson, of H. B. MOIKIIII.' UituvitHt'd. will' llpply from the Mveral "tntlnn., ,lull,,' l.i, -.r; nn 1>...1 l or .U')'militant the (Imp. .animal I In not Kuaranteatlnor
a just styles Capers' mother and sister. by petition I to tlui luuity Juilui* of Piitniiiiicounty '
WIt .
| III Crescent Bit; 8Hrltlt Anderson 91. ; :: U OolnpatlytObeiiul.Irwe,00il..iulorilOjP.moiutv'' ) '4 orally cntitteqiieiirei arlatiiH ttI.r.f6o.n.For
City; many many years, Florida I for lonvrt iilldnuthorltv I to '
a the trade.' |: Dr. W. A. Lewis of Azallii Oa., und whoso plpasiint cottniro home LAKE COMO. ili mel,llnt H I,,illMKl. prlvnti Intitln:: or tM-loiiKlnK imlillo: : RiilH to tlio time following VNtatn, 'or Copy 01 time LOCAL TIMIZ,/ CARD or Other Information

1 Come in and let ua show ua was the guest over Sunday and Mon was 1,1 the Bossvllle suburb. died altlll< tllKMllf.Hl, alit) Ut'fH'I'llM'll). follOWHt '''h'' "SHE THE TICf! ( T AGENT."
n e V. or tim iiw 3<. tmo fi, tWO II. 5 rnnRo 2).40)
day of Mr. and Mrs. K. liorsen. some two \\'eek.llg". The old man Philip DlB ett of ShelJIeld Enf.( err,',; |,t :KntniKU triuit book Ill., p1.50 Cm.ea :. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Uen'l P you our goods. ua Mrs M.\ H. Read spent; several was upwards of 86 3' ears of age and who has been the guuHt of Mr. und > Wi', twpu, riuiHtf mi I. lonoruH, nnil II lucre.. InB :
corner ofnw iw .HOO y, twp 11, moRe
Gable lelc for
F. Huntington ;
Mrs. J. ,
Fine line of Sliirtu just uj days of last week with her sister, had been active up to u few months where he wltl visit friends, and then t all notitli. I ::1o camel:to piiy iluf>tM or tuetlucuaned. : .

rJ arrived. Mrs. J. A. Icenhour, In Jacksonville. ago. The old man had many friends return to Jacksonville whern he a. B. ItOt'HR

a Crescent City now han. a white among tbe white and colored people will be the gaunt of* his sou, Dr. K. m t.mej.mtolmumlnlelritorii.: J.: II.: MoltuAk, ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Respectfully,. barber.. He came here lust week and who will miss his familiar figure W. DlgloU.V. .

his shop located In the Canoe club upon the streets.B. \ L. Vlguolt who has been visit ... Florida Alabama
Georgia Virginia
I Inn Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cable left for ,
I : F. Tllllnghast and daughter
Lake Stella.
building on
K L Gliafflbeilin Seabreeze going/ over and with horse Oranges
Miss Helen of Iowa left Carolina South Carolina.The
Davenport ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. lloraen spent and bURKy. Mrs. DlRgett; ; and son North .

Thanksgiving and the two following on Friday of last week fur Dnytonaand will reiuiiln several weeks longer. '
other East Coast towns where Great Highway of Travel from
days at Carraway, guests or Mrs.Boren' Mrs. James Manchester fInd dltul4'h. Grapefruit
Crenc nb City, Fla. nn brother B. It. Smith. they expected to spend n week or ter, Mrs. Petrequm and children. of Florida-ISast West North South .
n this ,
a nWe before. going to Bavannnli to Cleveland Ohm are expected
u rr.cccneeiccBBBEDRDrjinncEiDEoaFine c Mr. and Mr. T. J. Leonard of lslt Mr. and Mrs. PUrpont. From week. They will occupy the Billiard, TangerinesSold

Providence, R. I., who have leased Savannah they will KO direct homo cottage. To the East the Famous

the upper floor of the Borsen resi- Quit; ... party or Comoltes nttend- commission
Before leaving here Mr. Tllllnghast only on: a Florida and West Indian Limited
ed the social lit Pomonu. Thanksgiving -
dence, are expected to arrive today.
1w made arrangements for the erectionof night.; All enjoyed the entertainment basis hy and New York Express. ;

Jellies Morrow visited Palatka on a parking house on his grove. which was n dooldpd success .

Stationery Monday. Mr. Morrow expects to Time "town pump" Is now In good and much, credit Is due the Indies To the West

leave for points In south Florida order and In time vtreet In of the V. I. A.
liiullea of Crescent and : working 3 8. B. D Oones I Co.
< s .I Route and "Dixie via Atlanta.
vicinity wanting snmethlnir ''Jrunlly next week. His health Is now quite front of tho Auditorium. The stone Mr. and Ml" Tlios. Cnrson stub of CroH-1 )4 Montgomery Flyer" '

nice in' Stationery will | good. basin that formerly stood hi front orChllmherllll'a well, Mich.\ arrived miNly are
Mr. mid Mrs. J. 1'
Burely find what thoy want a*
our store.V.. have It' In all arrived on Friday from New York the public well and surplus water W. L. Uabla has been laid up with Atlantic Coast Line Mileage Books, good to all points, via all

griuIPih _ and 1 alter II visit over l Sunday with from the pump runs Into this basin .a. bad lore foot.V. I trains as far Kant Washington, and as tar West as St. Louis, Cincinnati

If horses and animals. What \ S. Prior and family have beenall Prompt, and New Orleans ratHS $25.O.)
you have Chills or Fever their parents left on I Sunday for St. for use of 111, with heavy voids all are slow ; .
, tnkfl of the basin Consult the Folder
Petersburg.Dr. runs over the side goes ly Improving. Purple

No. 44. Uunshee, had a "hurry" call to buck through, the soil. On Sunday Little Kntharlnn C. Sullivan' was Reliable, for details and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations

Longs Station Saturday nlgUt to morning several colored men used severely bitten 111 the lip by a little schedules. Call on your nearest ticket agent, or write .

''j It will help you eft. KM of I dress the wounds of several negroes, the water from the pump f.r bathing I terrier dog at Pomona 'ThniikBgtvIn! Efficient. PRANK 0. BOYLSTON. Dlst. Pasa Agont.V.. D. STARK Traveling Pass. ARt

Them Qnlo= Wetiuurnnteo victim of a shooting scrap at a skin plll'pOlle8.0lle pumping the other night. The wound U lieu all\ Unit; nicelyand 13H) West Buy-street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
llthe getting along right'Mr.
a Cure: wht-n
takenucoordIngIn party. lathed.Eev. Hi 1O.CI-8I11..a t tJr.l : W J. CRAIG Passenger Traffic Mgr T. C. WHITE. Gen'l Passenger Agent
Uirflotloiis, 2 5c ii not tie. Dr. J. 1(. Wight of Ureen and Mrs.\ Cliiudn Monjur Miss General Offices, Wilmington, North Carolina. _
Fur lulu atHo.in. '1'. S. Bates writes from Chicago several I Cleo and l Muster Perey Mr.\ and Mrs. ): :nrJr.id<11MtJJT! : %'
I Cove Springs spent .
Bulllvan and Katlinrliia nttend- -- --- --- -
.. Duluth Minn\ for a O. O.
J *0'''"" '. 111111.j that he will go or his
II. A. R''",,'., I4I" 'o. where he here the punt week the guest ed the social dance at Pomonn Hnll.
u. A. Kiuiwltoii A Jo'e. Pomonu. time after Thanksgiving daughters MI'I.V.. C. Norton and A most enjoyable evening wins spent FOR SALE.
I I'. B. 1 Itiivliou %('0',.. Oomo.Hlmli will time with a daugh. '
$ture. c uorKutown.HiirrlHona spend Mrs. E. H. Williams. of Urove Hall. and quite n crowd were present. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO. .
Htoru, Iktnvttr. ter. He may come to Crescent City The executors of the estate of Eilwln: :
J. ... .. Dr. Wight preached able sermons Junior (ChrlHtliin Kndeavrar imimetlog ,
l-tublnmin1' .
!! .vlll. Gilbert deceased offer for sale the fl>l-
j Horm.il later In the win tec.t the linld. III time 11.\ K. i-liurcIi,
Hm Ith.UII'r""y. Flu. both morning and evening at ; was \ situated at C'resoont
J. )t. lII... property .
IXiuCon. Hliull HlulT.&
n/ternoon. Kpworth. Commission Merchants.
Co. has specially Sunday
The Loundll Drug a Presbyterian church li) large congre City. Florida : All ot Blocks 00 and 10.
held In led by T.Hart. .
, Lound's Drug Store attractive line of flue stationery.Mr. gations. He had Just returned from meeting. evening Block furniehingmicottageand 11, Including the Houthflelcl: barns.Betelend Two.

and Mis. Smith Cobb of Albany t hit organisation of the Florida Synodof Ruv. J H. Davis of Piidiiou.li Ky., lots on Central Avenue In Block 13 Tomatoes PineApples

::1 Crescent City Fla. N. Y., are expected to arrive the Presbyterian church at K nulls his arrived with Mrs Davis. to a Northwest quarter of Block 25, and part

J"'lM M' ee-f, at Grove Hall by tomorrow. They; over which body 1110 was unanimously mime, the pastorate of the Como M.K. -I of Block ill on Cresoent Lake. Terms and Early OrangesVegetables .

winter :. church.WANTEDTraveler. cash. For prices and further particulars
are among our most popular elected' moderator or presiding ,

A. :I.:::1 Spec..osx-: visitors.Tha olllcer. for established address Grape Fruit

shipments of citrus fruit An Inspection of the "honor roll" House. Twelve Dollars weekly : DAVID CARLL, Counsellor at Law,

Do tist. Graded to start. Expenses paid. Kefnrences
from this place Is now. at Its height of the Junior High Addle and Grace Waterman Address OKOIUIK O. C1ows Palatka. II() Broad Street! New York City.; 279 Washington St. Wew ITorlc.

and If the same pace is kept up school shows that FI.... 11-80-26 IMI-luw.

OIHce at Kesldenoe on Prospect Street. through the month January 1st will of the ninth !grade has theremal'kllbl -. .- ....-- -- -- -- -- ,,

Cte.CetQty Florida of 100. This .
; three-quarters of the crop moved. standing -- -- -- -- - '-' --- -

Crescent City Is u very active place 'means that this young Indy maintained To reduce my stock of '

St JoMnt Rlvr by Daylight. during the fruit shipping season. throughout the month of November The Publisher's
In In Grapefruit Trees
perfection deportment. Orange
The] most interesting gameof
Beach & HUler Line There was attendance. In punctuality and 1 perfection -
ball at the ball park Thanksgiving the loITer for the next SO) days. :3 I year
in catch end every one of ClaimsSustained
U>am.r CUBBOKNT.LBUVM afternoon between the married and old bud 4 to n ft. nt $22.60: per hun I
that make the. curriculum ,
studies up
.,JncknonvlltoonTuaailaya.Tbtinidayanil.nturdij.. : : single men of the place. The latter dred. Buds 1-year 4 to 6 ft. at $20.00 .
[ at lao: a, m. for Urenn loie.Uiidi of the flrstyear In high school. It Is
c ,':",OreMm111 olty au" prlnulpal.. WsItntUrnIn.I.av. y won by II wide margin of runs. A most remarkable record. In fact AkM' per hundred. Buds 8 to 4, ft. one UNITED STATES COURT OP CLAIMS

. ..Oneottnt city on Wednw. Urge crowd of spectators saw the a c! year at $15.00 per hundred. ThoPiiHlnliem nf Wt..4..'. International
.HYN. 'rId.. and Hntulayaat. in. soar those of the other. pupils whose Dictionary) allege It"I 1..In fuuttlie, "" 1'1".l'lIl1brld"t ''-
( game. Trees strictly! first-class. thurouuhly. re.alited. Inevurylurnll.niul
Toff"htine: wborf Iontot Laura.Htraet.latanwimrf names appear' on this honor list. vuntlyetirluhwl Inavory part wltb
.: ai ftvit It was understood that the Presbyterian No white fly or scale. the p"r".r" .....'>Un. 16 to meet the lanpirml
of .emon t eliot through
i one
One man .
_ : would be severer requlrwmeaU of auotbur 1 tfuuertwtlon.
church pulpit sup $ In homes there. i* a room without ."
nnd still another the back,, most W. F. REED
this winter by a minister from (time eye JJ$0 heating facilities! -to lay nothingof ,. W9 are nf the opinion thai this alleiratlontnont
A.Undertaker. B.TORREY. plied Is the result of a shouting scrap on 3.o3 proper the olenrljr and ftuoumtely donorlbe: the '
Cleveland, Ohio, who was coming chilly hallway Even though East Florida NurRel'l..s.Drltytoll work timt ate been aoo.uiiiehod| !: ana the.
Saturday. night at Lonir Statlen, between furnace. should be I htm. .
heat of your novel or nMiilt tlmt bmtu moo he"! 'i'lia IXutlnnnry> ,
and Etnbulnier.' south for his health but It appears a big bunch of negroes\ wi 0 Inadequate. to warm the.whole house there. Island, Fla. I .e. It mAc "."' 1" hita "Leon. tUoroimhly...
called has been
that the arrangement need not b. one cold pot if you have *
Full Hue of were engaged In gambling.\ The every piirt amid In adtulrubly MtlapteU to meet
Casket ana Coffins the larger aI, severer requiremont of eiranerutlcm
Totaplione olT.It men had sat winy Into time night at w" wwwwwM. : which dominanCe' more of popular
Is now scan I that the earlier vstl when sonic disputeeroee iiblil' ) '<'.ttU' >itl knowleiltfe' then. allY tftiuorHtloa.
"skin game"
BESOENT that the world hlla.vurClont..III..I.
CITY FLORIPA mats of the ronnd orange crop was over the money. They all had H. READ, It la perhaps| neeUlowi to mid that.we rcfor
to the dictionary' in our judlulnl work an of
too large. l Scarcely any of the groves pistols and for..a Mm there was a I the hlirhrat: authority In aotmrttoy of dntlni.tlont .
the number of round ; REAL ESTATE. I an,l thut In the futuronalnthe' paifclt
Crescent t Ciy! Transfer Co. will ship regular skirmish. Mos\ Cooper fur Heater iriUDoUwaouroeoCooiuttiuftrufuroace.LATVIIKNOB:. .
estimated. The
oranges originally nlshxd. the corpse. Ha had been II41tJ.EII o.110'1'1'. 0ld 10.100 J

Ueots" all trains Junotloa. of grape fruit and tangerines Justice Bowton of Palat Creeoont City Fla. WVLDOM.
at CLeBO. nt City; croys shooting with Smokeless' Device) JOHN DAVIfLBT4WTOM
than (Equipped PlCFtTItdUJUJU ,
said to be larger J.
Night trains by appointment. )low liver. are ka held mi Inquest. on Cooper's remains \I. UUWR
and will It .orm.o4 Oper. The Howe property-"Ores- 1.1....
estimated. Sunday, and no clue wee obtained It will heat a room In no time keep eoay.
8. M LA REE. HanaRnr. lectured sled .. eaaily* s lamp and perfectly Wick cannot: be turned cent HIH"-Is now on the mar "3Tt alVMM rotto 1VJBSTJl: 'B
"spieler" who I I to who tired the fatal shot, '
The street as smell becaua 6tt.dwith
: too high or too low Give no moke or ket. LOTS $100. 4TERNAT.ONAL DICTIONARY
from.a stand at ..boundscorner Ker ,nor the ones that wounded theothei( unique smokeless device. Can be carried. about, .

W. B. SHOTWELL ,r.l eights ago probably convinced.a m-n. They were all employed; on which cannot be done with aa ordinary Move. The r Particular attention /given to THE GRAND PRIZEthehigheet
Oil Heater. U superior to all other oil / lL Crepcent City property listed
Builds that hands. Perfection ,
Row Boats, many Innocent people the place. as turpentine ;I ( awttrfl wn vtvmi to the Intema. .
great heater. and i* sn ornament to any home. Made U S=rV with me. tlooiil aft Uw World' 'aJ..II"Louia ',
Bepairs boats, buggies sod niakrs .all they bad kidney trouble. That was RItK..RX..UL.01III.. two nniahee-nlckel. and j:>p.... Braa. oil fount beau. jT

-In lnds of wood work repairs at his. shop his business. He had a cure.v..rythinK -- "1 was sftllated with solatlaa," wrltet tifully emboaied. Hold lour quart of oil and burnt / \ e_ee. e GET THE LATEST AND BEST1'bu..rub4II'It
rear of If / \
his warranted. Olt.t
there Is heater yourdesier' ----- --
MEAT MARKET. sell. But if nine hour Every
to Bodgwluk county,
remedy Nud lowavllle
Oreaaent Ed. O. for descriptive circultr. (__ _, _Jj |
City. Fla. who has a about oa crutches and write nearest agency t _
In these diggings Kans.,. "golog<< NOTICE.
HatlsfMtory work guaranteed at mod A person and beat .poeCnwri. 501Q01."I/roe.. '='
trouble, hll OHH sufferl' g a d..al..r polo. I was Indiinei" 'Ie the .fe.t ,
set nplntta. kidney 1 Lamp Ftmta'E.Du.ceaos. ; _nn
sure-thing Llrlmxn which RfO houiehold Apvt..c.Tmnv or AowisteYitvuima. roll.
consulting J. to try Ballard's Snow all-round G.&C.MERRIAM..
make. sure of a cure by relieved m... I; Ued three fiOo bottle! lamp. Mad of bras throughout BIX month .ft rdntef hatqof mend on Monday KIBLISHCMS 0Isev .
iiiiiis L. Burton, who hlO8 a root which i It Is the gteate liniment I ever used ;; and nickel-plated. Equipped with latest improved KetmiKry' the Irtih, A.'oJ"PI Ivor, I will tile .PRINOFIILD, MA_ ,
OFFEREDTO steeped Into a tea Is bound lo have recommended it to number 01! burner.. Every lamp warranted. An ornament to any- with the: OouiKy Judge .. County.Marlda .
WORTHY when It has done that much\ Der..nnssll: express. themselves. as be- room whether library, dining-room, parlor or bed my' .&rtnal... and report thereupon with.reiurnn apptv.acnmnte for an
YOUNG effect .a curs walk with. If not at dealer1 ;:f..o-:::::.: All Confederate Veterans or DPS-
and coK I ice benetittd! by It. I now room. Writ to nearert agency your the Petit ton, now of Hie In
:w tm&t.fl& : ein..taII: POUnC PSOIIL.M.matter tot several men both white I orutuhos. ebb to perform a greal .ald) office, for ttnaldlnutmrue' ft* the. Atlrainltratrlxol *- ovnclanls of Veterans desiring Crosa
their out
We5' mn.....1....*.oluutlon._tna and who end l>noalrlt h to"lorouiih ored, In thl* locality and In no case 1 deal .>f light labor on the farui." !Ito.too trTANDABD Oil. COUNYh. cosied.: the cellos'ANN of IB K.I>, AOKBRMAN.A P. .Arkortnan' ., de- .* of Honor will plea." apply t
tloi.\C.r." to *>>, nnt" :0 :\.Iud' l D" id n aad piUabto, (uruwe of D__. S-Is-em. Without delay. 11.23&t.Most .
Drug po.
Don-tdrlar. Wrtt.today. failed to effect a cure.
no Ca.Ata. Bulam Callage., II...... Cfc

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The Palatka News A METHODIST WEEK. Birthday Party. R

,,' ;: : What to Buy -- Florida Annual Conference of Miss' hostess Naomi at a Kelly party was last tho Tuesday charming Very Latest Brothers = -

M. 1:. Church South will evening her home on south Fifth Gay =
, S City; Happenings' and t Convene in Palatkiv next street her seventeenth, the occasion birthday being in anniver honor of Silk Plaid ,

:' ForChristines = Personal mtn.l. n.e Wednesday.The sary. Auto Shirtwaists
Sixty-second annual session of There were about thirty Invited
""" the Florida Conference, Methodist guests present and the evening was i Juet arriyed and toady for ( The leading Grocers of-East Florida =

:. Freeman 8. Hodges of Jacksonville Episcopal -church South, will meet passed pleasantly. In playing games Many patterns ,
\ : ; was In the city on Wedne day. InSt.. James church, Palatka, next of various kinds and' with muslo. i your inspection. --= =a
: from. Nothing
Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock. Tbe home was beautifully decorated to pick
Dr. Frank McRae of Metros* was a The sessions will last through the with flowers and ever reel1Sl"Plnk but the most approved styles j ji Our stock was never more complete than now,,

prom'nont'! visitor In the city Wed foliowlng Sunday, and on Monday, and green predominating-, these be- i and best makes come into and ne\n goods are arriving weekly.
nesday. the 17th, the assignments of preach ing the Twentieth Century. Club colors the =
Newnan O. Crows of Bostwlctc ers for the ensuing year will be read. of which society Miss Kelly Is a the store; hence only < A few of our specialties:

: Presents was a prominent visitor in the city This Is a most) interesting half-hour memberBounteous. > most approved styles and = Beech Nut and Ferris Hams and !
: out.
this week. for the average Methodist preacher. refreshments consistingof host makes can go
Over 200 ministers and laymen of ice cream, cake, fudge and fruits These goods bear the stamp Breakfast Bacon, iaI'JI
B. T. SOlana of Ban Mateo, county the otiuroh in Fioricliawilt. be in at- were served and much enjoyed. '
German Dill Pickles
1,: : : is a subject now on cOl1l1nl,sloner-ehct, was In the city tendance and moat of them will be The young lady was the recipient 1 of np-to-dnteness in every Genuine =

: Wednesday, entertained in the homes of th9 good of many valuable presents.At respect. Olives in bulk, Pure Olive Oil,
the minds of nearly Mr.. V. F. Moody of Orlando la people of Palatka. a late hour tho party of young 1 Remember my stock contains Fleishman Yeast =
here on a visit the Kuest of Mm. M. i The conference will be presidedover people bade their hostess good night an elegant array of Peanut butter. Cakes;
,c everyone. Murphy.. by Bishop Henry Clay Morrisonof wishing her many happy returns of for Christ I All the leading brands of Cereals,
Birmingham, AJu.. .. who was eleafced the day and thanking her for such pleasing present;
k J Therefore theseSuggestions Ja,. T. the well-known meat Vermont flap'e' Syrup
,: Long -! to the episcopacy in 1808. This a pleasant time. mos at proper prief's.I =
dealer of Huntingdon was a visitor will be Bishop Morrison's first official New Buckwheat
, : : In the city this week. visit to Florida. M
, LETTER TO CAMERON BROS. Miss Hattie N. FlukyLadies' Graham ifili
I"i Treasurer Chan. Hurt requests all Rev. Henry Clay Morrison 'D. D. ,

: .; Combination member of the Athletic club who was born in Montgomery county Palatka, Florida. Coodi and Notions, Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPilibury's !
t Fine are in arrears for dues to call and Tenn.. in 1842. Ha received his degree Dear Sirs: Why do people send us Fancy Dry
pay up. of doctor ol divinity from the such tales as this? Ladles' Furnishings.a Gold Medal, ::

W B. Baker of Kldrldge VoluslaCo. Alabama Agricultural; and Medical D a Smith: Madison Fla, had his and::! other standard ::
\ Sets ., a former prominent turpentine College in 1882. From 1866 to 18H9 he mother's house painted Devoe 11 of
operator of this county was In the served as pastor, his last l pastorate years ago. and the house looks better brands Bread and ::
1 Suspenders Garter and city this week. being\ the First Methodist church of to-day than other houses painted Pastry Flour.
O. U. Husband and Clias. P. Huffman Atlanta, which he served four years with other paint 8 or 4 yearn. ago. a
Arm Bands in when he was elected missionary BBC-. are full of goodwill for De- of
.. ;. put up of Melrose were among the retary, which ofllce\ he filled with voe.They Yours truly Also the largest variety Imported Delicaciesever 9

.. handsome boxes at prominent Wedne du.y.visitors in the city on distinguished ability until called to 28 F W DEVOE& CO. I brought to Palatka, including =
One of the church
: 50 and 75c. The regular December meeting; of papers episcopacy.says of Bishop Morrison: "A.a I. M.Meyer Co. will throw one suit Undervests Edam Roquefort Neufchatel Pineapple Cheese.
r?? the Falatka Athletic Association presiding officer he Is easy and levelheaded of clothes among; the merchandise
,. will be held next Tuesday'. evening and he keeps things moving from the roof of their store Monday and 'Hosiery STO'RES
at the club rooms., without and yet BOTH I
.. : Initial along hurry evening at B o'clock.SherHrs I _______ ___ "
He la to "
without hitch. quick see a
Capt. F. M. Payson the well. well Gloves, Neckwear .
: known steamboat and mill man of' point In parliamentary law and does Sale. aa as
: ; Handkerchiefs. Crescent City was a visitor in Fa- not hesitate to make a wise ruling.He I p and other ladies furnishings Lemon Street The West End
la i courteous to preacher By virtue of and Kxamitlon Issued nut of I m all. the best
latka on Wedne,day. every the Pireult Oouit of Duvnl tlouuty' Florida.In ;
; and treats all with kindness and fair favor. of JoHnpli Znpf' Oaunr HutiwalU :and grades for fall and winter. PALATKA FLORIDARowton's J
We hare a beautiful Chas. E. Row ton I la as usual. headquarters ne... -As a preacher he is practical Joint roounrulut, piutnpra n*Joiutpli Xnpf &
for holiday His Oomptiny, ,v., John H. Moiton, I 1".voluvl.d We want you to soe. our
goods. and He has W
direct, earnest eloquent. >>WIm I
)t ,. audi um !
and will .11! at publlo outcry for
stock of these goods in store I Is filled to the brim wltli pret- a magnificent voice and It is well to upon thu hIMII..t bhhl.r.ln front,, of the Oourt I new line of
ty things including all the newest modulated. In his style he 1 Is at Hoime door of Putiium. (Clountv, lit Puliitka,,
white and colors in novelty creations In toys dolls eto times ornate but never superfluous Florida on tile 7tb day of January. i 1WU7\ during I New style I WW

I 1.,.. Silk Linen and Judge Calhoun lias sentenced over in the use of words. He is a natural title tlie and lug-ill Internal hotim' of tile of sold mile I ,; II1"'at right Mo,-, Dress Goods I "
00 drunks and disorderlies in the orator and commands attention, and ton In and to the following described places I
.. thrills his audience. He la a of In Putnuin Uounly,to- ) for the fall and winter
.. Japanette, in all letters municipal court during the past often ,rop.rty.tunto": i Holiday Bazar.
\ week, and the manufacture itlll goes man of medium height, well proportioned Lot Sin Block 1,nusBln's, Addition to Pal Benson 1900-07.) 7l1 I

i ': made, at 50o, 25e merrily on. ,head has a and handsome a commanding face a pres-well 1M atka and H.lglte Lots' v,and and 1h':110::, ? nnd, im.U il'lh: Block)Ulty J Elegant line of I

j.?.. and 15c. C. 8. Clark_ contracting agent" for! ence.poised He Is a preacher of great power of i'alntkaR." O. HOWTCLT,, Bliiirlff! ,_, Largest and best selected stock of Christmas
Sun .Bros' Circus and trained aal- and to sit under hi. ministry fs to futnam, ol uounly, riorum.M ... Millinery.
1 .. : : They are beauties. mal shows was In the city this week be greatly profited and edified." .JORDAN,'omPlnlnaot.. 1I7IIOdOet Goods ever shown in Palatka.

I Iy Men's Kid Gloves making to show arragements here on the for ICth his, company church Rev. ,J.furnlnhed F. Bell,pastor the of News St. James with Attorney for Miss kole L lUCUS[ JI 1m Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods.

The bazaar and supper given by the following partial program: of special in the push and see the scramble i Express Wagons Doll Carriages {
the Ladles Guild of St. Marks churchon events for conference week. for free gifts thrown from the I ,
: in Dressed and Wednesday evening In Merryday On Tuesday night' Rev. L. W, roof of I. M. Meyer Co.Monday evenIng PalatkaFla. Velocepedes, Tricycles, Bicycles, I
1 l block was an Immense success. The Moore of Ocala will preach the sermon at 6 o'clock.
Undressed. Guild will realize over $150 from the to be followed by thu sacrament ll1! m Hobby Horses.
of the Lord's Supper. ,
.1. Most gentlemen like evening's sale. Wednesday morning:at nine o'clockwill I Christmas Cards, Books, etc.
'1 : : Justice C. I. Kowton cud Deputy occur the opening business session DeliciousBon ipum II ni'mm' 'wm'an'rain*:,ilk! I IlL IIliii

: nice Sheriff Uoodson went to Longs Station of the conference. Hon. S. J. New this week ut iii I assortment of Books.
on Sunday to hold an inquest Hilburn will deliver the address of Bons
Thousands of other @
: Neckwear. the remains of Mose Cooper,a negro welcome. "
killed In a gambling: scrap at that Wednesday at 8 p. ni., Rev. Dr. W. and THE NEW YORK = liP} Come and see us. Our stock Is the largest
place on Saturday night. dean of In Vanderbilt -
F. Tlllette, theology;
: We have thousands of None of the prisoners who escaped ', university, will deliver the Chocolates = 5 and lOc Store a aM our prices are the lowest.ROWTON'S.
.. three lectures to r
beautiful in from the county Jail. on Monday of /Brut of a series of '
patterns other lecturer _
last week have yet been capturedand young ministers. The All Home-Mada Candies
:Four-in-IIand Bows none of them have been heard of will follow on Thursday and Friday
hue In Window
We are NhovliiR a I
except Alvin Horton, who was mak- afternoons at the same hour. Something new added( III Sinai.,8 flu,,, Sfto up, nrMtultiH, good'
ii Etc. which have just ing his way down the east coa t. Wednesday at 7:DO p. in Rev. Dr every day. .a Having. of ,"bollt Imlf, ."hut until (
B. M. Hammll, superintendedt thetrainiogclepartmentof BlttulHH ore Holtl elM'wheioAltiiK
.t come to us from the You should not overlook the pret- Sunday school A. SMITH Z ut** HUM low prlt In 'Umbralluft e.W of lint Slet.iul) Dlstoiints'tf Sunday Si.hoolgPALATKA.
ty array of Christmas goods on display work, will lecture. Dr. Hammll a : L. quality>uirry .a vmy, extmintve, linn In
New York Market. at MR! Buky's store. Many Sunday school worker of national Agate goods from,, pint cup up to it HUiinrt
novelty goods here not to be had elsewhere promlnenc&and his lecture will be ol Lemon St.. Palatka. pot, .. the liirw.Lautretiofl '
1 OIivMHvvaro we carry
1 ; What's the matter in the city. value to all interested in the Sunday In Jutimm county.
school. Our Potturjr HI Fredreck Andrews and :
with Mr. Chas. AMan'sflouseIs In Poiui'ltilii' ,, Oupw unil Himtmn,
4 .: Miss data Elizabeth Ireland bothof I During his stay in the city Bishop; Pint...TureaiiH, |I.complete", In f,in twtt
this city, are to be united in Inar- Morrison will be entertained al the have evttiythlng, for house nnd
Fine SilkUmbrella at the home of the bride's Saratoga. hotel.It His Castle table u....
.. rlage is thirteen since Palatka A large selection In Walter* fiom,
; years
next week. Rev.
mother in this city Ilk'"
Father Barry will officiate. had the honor of entertaining the W.Mtlll lend,. In our Uki' per pouiul" i ,
Florida Annual Conference. At thAt CHii :
,, : ? Henls Petenuan has, opened a cabinet session, in January 181)4 Bishop At- It should be fortified, protectedwith for roo per pound.' .
repair shop at the rear of his tlcus I;. Havgood; of Atlanta, whc good paint. Ten house are
: Lots of them here. residence on Fourth street Mr. long since passed to his reward, pre- burnt up by blow decay from not j| December 15
Peterman is a skilled workman in sided. That session was also the Jubllee being properly paintedto every one S New York 5 and loc Saturday

the line of upholstering, cabinet and year of the Florida Conference,, that is destroyed by fire. And yet it ,
Men's Fine furniture repairing and will no doubtdo fifty years having elapsed since the Costa but httla to keep a house well Store,

., a good: business. first session in Tallahassee' in 1845, painted if the rijylit kind of paint I t.enonktreet. lloyd Bluik. NPAIATKA
Rlddell's carnival did not show in with Bishop Joshua Souls presiding,
Is used. The bent painter in the
: Shirts Palatka this week. The* management ; At the session here thirteen yean world cannot do u good Job with FLA. J
the usual Rev J. P. Hilburn was pastor
objected to-paying ego
state license. He appealed from From the Florida Christian Advocate poor paint but give a good painter 111.I11III:JIIIJIUIIIU'IHlII.\III1Dr.1JIIII'aJUIIII' \ ': DimE' SUN BROTHERS'World's

Bath Robes Collected Wlllard to the state Comp we learn that Rev. J, F. Bell,
troller and that olllcml sustained the present popular Palatka. pastor, PATTON'Sff Real Estate For Sale
Mr. Wlllard's Interpretation of the was tiiat: year admitted to the conference -
Elegant law. on trial.

;: Capt. M. R. Ryan I... showing sOl11eexql1lslte At the session and of 141 1894 there were recelved By H. M. de Montmollln ; Progressive Railroad Shows! Museum Menagerie and
districts preachers
odd of furniture,
Hosiery. beautiful. lamps pieces rugs, eto for the appointments. Of these 21 Palatka Florida. I Ii Trained Animal Exhibition All New this Year,
Holiday trade. Lots of things appropriate have. since died, tt are on the retired PAINTSand --- -
; list. 17 have transferred, 10 have located -
Sweaters for store. for Christmas in this big or given up the ministry and i Vacant If Lot sold OOxlflO quick., on middle lemon street; .searCain Will Positively Appear Here In all Its Cigantic Entirety.

t The Palatkata, Light & Fuel] four havo !gone to other churches In 189 you will surely get a job that I CottiiKo,Rood location 4 rooms, lot AOxt,
.- Tills leaves 74 of the inembeis : will look well and wear well. good driven\ well,all In good repair, .a bars.ln. fl..II' ConductedInorabljr Rkbnl
well its lot 15th T3ur"r
is a on Annual / ..
4c Men and Boys company the digging Its who are expected to respond to the They are economical paint because ".9 ntory hoime,lot limbo, bath,hot and PrtunKd'rutblully ... -
for purpose seeming own roll call next Wednesday morning. cot ,windmill nnd tank, BMlShowilEvttome
water supply. It is stated also thai they cover so much more large water lot.Cottage. (food water and A.v.".... Under One Management\ I

And when it comes toChildren's the condenser.company contemplates installinga Stereoptican Exhibit. than surface ordinary and wear paints.so much They longer are fine lot and on location.Emmett street,4 rooms, lot 60x09,

There will -be a free stereopttcar sold by reputable retailers whose .
Fourteen' room nouae, Emmett street lot
;. Clothing Rev. H. 'V. Lawler, presiding elder exhibit this evening In front olFearnsldes. business.. existence depends upon IdOxira, Hue location.
.. know of the East Coast district, preachecan A New York artist will the continued patronage!! of ...tis- Vacant lot BflxZOO\ with milpiir, well, between I
: we we can able sermon at St. James church throw some beautiful and comic pictures fied customers Get Color Cards Emmott itreet and river, line, location

\ -. please the mothers of last Sunday night on "The Uplifting: upon the canvas. and Information fromAcerffloll81eoh1 Four room' : hnute bornor struct: : lot 100x100.
1z Power of the, (Oo porotica three'aide,just completedTwo .
and Transforming: -- --
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vacuiit iota, North Knd: : ,
Palatka in our pel." There was a large and deeply Rev. J. F. Bell, pastor of St Jamei bullUInK, lotMFlv tiMixlttM
interested congregation pre ent. church, urges that ns next Sunday ( .Dru GO. acre farm one mllo from city, under
hik new wire fenuet 1 small b"lfood for poultry,
In the
Rev. Dr. O. H. Ward, rector ot the will be the last Sunday present vegetable eto.Several .
.. Fine Episcopal. churches at Crescent City conference year, that there be stall Palatka. Florida. tine country, bargain, Write or see ie- }
attendance of the members at ma particular
and Huntlngtou, was among
prominent vUltoia from the county the morning service when reports ol Fewer Gallons j Wears Longer ;i
i; Buster Brown seen in Palatka" this week. Dr. committees will bo received and Devoe., rf The News $1 a year.
Ward has been rector of the church: matters. relating to the approaching
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conference session need to be brought
at descent City for over 20( years.Mr. .
There will also
and before the church. sa -
Hiram Fox and bride of Orand be the regular service in the evening.
We are now prepared to furnIsh to order all kinds of
Rapids Michigan spent Sunday ir A11 citizens and strangers; are cordially :
, t Reefer Suits. the city vl.itlng.their: cousin, Mrs invited attend both services Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber ( )
i j. E. U. Jackson. Mr. Fox Is a son ol Hon. and Mr. S. J. Hllburn ol such A8
the Inventor of the Fox typewriterand Palatka, are In the city, guests ol
And the Men- came south on a short bridal Mr. and Mrs. D. B Ulvens, on Rosi Flooring, Ceiling, Sideing, Caseing, Etc.,

trip. The young couple left Monday avenue. Mr. Hllburn Is a. former and would be pleased to figure with you on next
There is
.4AL nothing quite New York and ((11
; morning for points law partner of General Robert 'V., order. Bin UB up, 'Phone No. 111, or call on na at our
so elegant in Pattern, New .England Davis and is a prospective candidatefor factory on river front foot of Old G H: & F. Dock.
Sheriff Howell has arrested a negro Governor.-T amp a Tribune "
Finish and Fit R'f' named John Brewton wanted foi When seen regarding the "proepeo Maiill Manufacturing Company, pautka Fla. '
: :; Oa. H tlve candidate for governor' feature b-
murder in Bryan county < / -
p 3.VPtc; the Celebrated was picked up on the streets earlyIn of the above Item Col. Hilburn said
the week and the Bryan county 1C must have been a "Joke" perpetrated -
: I4' sheriff was notified of the catch by some of his Tampa friend -
.I. Griffon The murder for which Brewton wni Col. Hilburn also authorized the //2!
. wanted was committed several ;yean News to state that there was "noth
7 ing doin';" that be had not thought Ne'\N N\illinery !
ago.The of the matter and would not and
Suits W. A. Merryday company ol that so far as hs knew no one else
Brand this city was awarded a diploma al had entertained the Idea of his candidacy Just arrived from New York another Invoice of Latest shapes" and
: the state fair ID Tampa' last week the
All the same
of boxes.It seriously colors iq Felt HaU-White Felts, Pearl Greys, London Smoke, the
for the best display orange believes the day Is coming
Found only at is no more than right to state that when S. J. Hilburn will be very new shade this season; Glossy Wings. Beautiful, Flowers, Ribbons > of the Great Features to be Seen With Sun Uro,,' WorliI'5I'rogreissiyu
: in addition to having; the best display generally regarded In Florida as superb and Velvets galore, In fact all the 'IXINS' for your CbrUtmas hat
the- company also had the best tI gubernatorial: timber. Many hats yet left oil the 49o omiliter. Shows

't I er boxes who, a viewed fact attested the exhibit.Dr. by every. grow Evangelist Cuddy to of read Atlanta and Interpret a- riIon, Orrin Hollis, Champion of Champions, Principal l Bareback',

M. S. and Mrs. R. V. Pierce of Buila- man Bible who professes prophesy with the name Boston Millinery Storetr. ::;a : lomenault and Trick Rider. >or-

HI lo N. Y., have been In the city durIng ease that most of us arrive at the The Aerial Marvels, Seven Smillettas, in Death Defying t tormances
the past week, guests of Dr and point in an average Metropolis cartoon 80 Lemon Street ,, Palatka Florida. in mid-air. jj
Dr. Pierce l Is at the Baptist church all d
Mrs. E. H. Crlll. pro- lectured - Miss Nettle Hollis and her Prize Ring Horse, Don, beautiful
"World'iMedical the subject
prietor of the world-famed Wednesday night on
Dispensary" at Buffalo,, of Revelation. The evangelist carries g ag c aDa aaaa a aaaa mccB coomphshed principal rider. beyOfl&j'.
\ whose medloleesare household remedies with him un oil "painting" with nc Walter Ashburn's moet wonderful'troupe of Elephants, (

rown'sCoU"1)9 In all parts of the country. Dr. which) to illustrate his lecture. This g lA/ish to Announce 1 all doubt the wiseet-brute that walk the earth. "
I e (
: : 8 and Mrs. Pierce go from here to MI- painting: looks something" like one of 1n Marvelous.. Ardello Family, European Acrobats Six in iitiinber| '
ami where their magnificent/ yacht the "old masters, but It Isn't though Tricw.
H rides at anchor on Blscayne Bay. most of the animals. or beasts depicted That-- I have purchased. First Class Stock of ntroducing all the Latest, Daring Sensational and Novelty j

,, .. Tbe"Klown glrkus" which is to be exception are pre-nlstorlc of the with Billy the Goal possible u Staple and Fancy Groceries And a host of Happy Mirth Provoking Jesters, Pantoinlml 1\ncl'' '

) presented latka Athletic to the Association public by on the Tuesday Pa-- wh loll had hour an or Innocent two before, modern the look.lecture Fresh from th, large wholesale l houses and tolioit a shareof !:I Knock-About Clowns liii' \
I For
.? night' Dec. 18th will be purely a the an "painting" was exhibited In your patronage. All goods bought for cash delivered free And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention. Thin Is .urelY) :

antl local entertainment. But it ls stated James Variu-s restaurant and Bob anywhere in the oity. Best of attention given all order reatest and grandest all feature that will wl,16 yourolty this MRI"- ,
It will be
that 01 a
II by those in charge James, who la something a proph- a
soniethliVff new, and well worth witnessing called Sun Brothers' World. '
.b himself wai frequently Greatest Show of the
Those taking part are how H.Qrainger'e L. Miller ;
Store the 6 .
F\arIJI.hllg to explain the- frown on ,
11 busily engaged la rehearsing. The upon features of tha dog-faced tiger. The The Grand Picturesque Street Parade takes place at 1;o'clock uoon.

i I Palatka, Fla. I features program, will The contain SEknlsslon many to startling the big man Cuddy"evidently has "wheels A Old Stand Upper Lemon St. Palatka Fla. C Two Performances, Afternoon and Evening, J II> and 8 p. In. :'

; . how will be :25.! cenr > la his bead. GcaamacmaE ema aaaac aaaaa DDaaaaaacaaaaaaca DaDDa Doors open on* hour earlier >

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