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 14, 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: UF00075922:00050
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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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.tt -_ .tf .t( His Death Deplored. THE FLORIDA .H.W.J.Ullpatrlok.Hueflliiger, Q. 1C. York withC.

Thomn 1'III..n.. who died nt FloroImnv C. W. inman, J. M Glazier with t
list Tiif>Hdav morning, bond) Mrs. Itnky.
I lived ah that, plane anon six or HOVCMVHIII CONFERENCE L. R. jenklnu and L W. Moore
THE El o 1 lull 1 H '..muIMul I home ANNUAL with I). W. Ramsaur.
_-; NEWIMPERIAL He hud been in pool health fur some Isaac C. Jenkins and J. E.! Wilson I
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Mine autt his Ueath viaa due to with J. H. Hanghton.
Ht'ItfhtH' lll.,,".... MI! 'i'lhten lormnr This Great of Methodist Preachers U. J. Ken nelly, and 1\1.\ H. Outland l ,1
s \ I ly resided In HL. UuilH Mo. lie Gathering with Mrs. J. B. Dukes.K. .

leaven a u !ifc, one (In lighter! and five 'I .. F. Ley, J. L Moon, F. PICO a
HOIIM. Fix nodal oniMirrod on 'Veil.needny. Now in Palatka. with Mrs. Ii I. A. Gray ;t

I J. R. Ley with John ]Merryday.H. : .
lie. vim a ,popnliu1 cttlznii of the W. Lawlor with W. N. Coffee is
4 : //1 swellest Overcoat of the En lornhnDio volitnv. mid there la ften Bishop H. C. Morrison the training of dny-school teachers or U. W. )Mutheson and W. H. Mc-

+ld a oral Dud deep HOI tow over hlRCleinlae.CouttniNo Presiding Officer-Other Div mlulsturi which he cannot apply Mannon with (J. B. Mobley.J. .
year and smartest design with four-fold cogency to the linptov. '1'. Mitchell with at re. Ward
HIMCI: OAVHBD DRATU. tinguised Church Officials ed equipment of "Sunday school A. M. Mann and Thomas William
I l ; w J brought out for many a El "Harry Duukwull. ag'Hl 25 yoata, Present. teachers. It IK Imponslbte to reproduce with U Jackson.
oliokud to duath earlY, yantt'tJay morn1 I. his uhurp turne of speech humorous H. 8. Miller W. F." Shoemaker'
tf.j ; 4 season. 1 ing at his homo. In the presenno of his Pttlutkn PuIpltM on Sunday( \vlllbe rental'ks and telllnic lllustra- with (I. P. Yelveiton.
$ 1 ;' ; wife. and child. Ht contiaotml H IIIIKht)l I. Occupied. I>.y Ylxltlni', {)lel'- dons In this pnrugiapli. Theseluuchi'd W. A. Myers, H. J 1 cold, few da and 1aid> bun little climax in the dialogue A. (.1. Phillips. .
j)3 / This a >H nuo ] i{)men. a
: l : is the Coat" you will ace "' attootlon to it. Yesterday mortiloK lie The _!Ixl\'- cconll Hiiniuil .<>..I..u r>f which he conducted between the J. B. Mitchell W. M Pongo withF.
t ,t i worn l b y all the best dieasers was seized with 'n lit of futiRhloi which the Florida Coiifpienop 11(. I'',. silver dollar and the copper cent as J. Fearnsldu.J. .
,, i ; this J continued for some tlmo Ilia wife cent Cliurch South, woe tllccl, to order< to which could show the highest H. D. McCrae, :J. H. Owens, W.
r DiRuiHod/; simple, for a physician, but before ho could arrivft promptly at 9 o'cloekVplueSIY, !, claims for honors. It looked as If H. F. Rob<>its, and Wm. F. Allen
) aristrocratio in the Homo, it E .another coughing spoil came oa morning by lilHliop 1-I l. O. Mol'rlsoh' the dollar of our daddies' would win with L. K. Tucker
t at Cud Duokwell died from suffocation.-Ht.IxHita : who announced the hymn 'How until the cent boldly and plou.lyas- W. C. Norton, with Mrs. Lamon.
fit a / 1 ia thoroughly a Gentleman'sgarment. Globe Deuioorat, i>eo. lot 1901 :P' Finn Foundntlon," which win xerted "Well I KO to church and 'l'. J. Nixon with Mrs. F. D. Acker-

I ) Equally\ appropriate Itr.llunl Ilorohound Byiup"' would have sung In such a way na only 1 liutta Huiulay school a whole lot more than man\
:P. / aavolIhlro. 25a and $1 00. SoIti6"' YAckerluaa8tewxrtfrt f el1't11feI1. ineu can .' 1 jon do." '1'. J. NorHnworthyand A. L. Wood-I
,. i It 1 as a Drees Overcoat or an everyii' J Drug Co. Theblahop then rend u pint of the At the session on Thmsday morn. ward with I.. V. Wattles.
4 I Qf day convenience. You can sue .E tlilrty-SBPoiul chapter of Alall\olli.i InK six young preachniH were admitted 'I'. J. PhllllpH J. U. Taylor, F. A.
t from which he oommentad The on trial. "nlilhe board of trustees Taylor, with Klinlmll House.
nSr ra from the picture the distinguished "" Order{ For Pll bllt'llt1ou.II bishop stated that Methodlut nreno'-' of butherland, college made a report J. F. Rowland, W. A. Whir with a

3 Schloss roe. & Co look this new French y'A'fieCloths. the' Olrt ult Court, Eighth: : Tudlctnl Circuit era were often looked upon KM mere which was accepted. R. G. Neck.
M.lers ,,Put:mini Ouuuty 1 horldu.-l0 I Olmucwiy I "eccteyiaatlcaltnx-garherere( ." but M '1'ho routine business. of the conference ti. Scott and R. I. Burnett with A.

,ntlLLmote said N.e Yak Flare Back gives. You will t[ IUi..iuaN. JUIIOH, a matter of fact they were only gett(11g Is now at Ha beat and the many Reed.
like the model ; buy a genuine V*. Bill for from the people 1\ poitluil of jiiPstloiiR und reports which come F. 10. Stelninover: and W. II. Btoln-
J. P. WillliuiiH, Uumpnny, Ulumullouorpur11nonetc what really belonged to Uod. Ito before I the body are being expeclltlously meyer with A. Holoomb.
/ aiulMiiOLk I 1'nx thou 1)ut.ds or auld the whule American nation woe dispatched by the bishop who 'I'. H. SlstrutiU and D. I,. Bwltzer
KIRSCHBAUM and the III u model and popular presiding ollloer. with Mrs.) A. Ciutchlleld.
GARMENTin 1 Hunt A West Comp', Etc: robbing Clod pictured nun-
W. B. Trescit with A. (J. Weaver.K. .
it Oui'poi'atloa,ttu et u U ence thin country would liiivo Int'hrlRtlanizlnir. .
bv niiidiivlt iippunded" to the the world If iiidi IiRSt iilght Hev. Dr. Hammond, :. A. Townsend and 1).11. Sweat:'
this style and you will like the Coat. In. no other mako can you S) .I...MW I'.\I William.:iorll"t:: :: Ocmipitnv:above! :: MtuitHl:,: u (taunt loi tmriLllmiUiulor that would oeaBB to rob and do their full secietiiry .af the educational board of with L. It. Lynn. ."?.

find the Bane unfailing good style materials and fine hand-tailoring. ?% till IIIWH of tint HUtl of GttntKlu, an R J. Wells with T. H.
E .Hunt. West donipaiiy, a iioipuuitlun the cause of many hearty. "Aineus on Christian Education. He
.... We are Bole Hgenta for the celebrated Klmchbaum Clothing 5L glut 1 this uiulni DufviMluntu tlitt, busy. tlum'ln.or the nanifd Mtate.of are tiuur-nonulUinitH which Is the MethodlHt uiunn r Of had a large congregation. Wm.. O. Fletcher with L. C. Steph

,. We offer you a splendid. selection of the best of these unequaled 2> J ... of the Stole of Floritln,nntt both applause.i'lie Hev. W. N. Alnsworth pastor ofWesley ens.K.
>> garments at prices from $10 We have all the latest styles in&f!: imiatlnna are ntHlUtmt. of the City of congregation of inlnUtera. than Monumental church, Savannah /J. Ghldonl with L. A. Smith.
up. ( U tfl Ill, over the R N. Sanders. with Mr. Sanders.'
the Htute oi
Hiivunnnli In u
&$ Fine and medium Suits and Overcoats at all prices and every. <*SKit iiweof twuuty-oim: and that there. In I Ino Joined In singing the. usunl op 'nltir) will preach tonight.SatnrdaynlghtRevW.F.MeMur other minister
tiling that's good In Winter Furnishings. Come and see us.Fearnside S SI person In the Stills of Kloilda, upon hymn "And are we yet alive end !. Many are stopping
whom the w.i'vluH of Hubneiw would. bind sew each other's face." ray, D. D. of Louisville, Ky., secre- it the hotels and so are most of the
such" duf"),ii Slush nuii-itfHldttiit '.
'hereby r"'I"lr.d to tile Hill of of the conference was taken up. will speak. "'
Clothing Co. (iiiulnlnt Illml In Haiti Vliorusto, on orbefoioMoiuluv Hon. H.: J. Hilburn addressed the The Patronage of Stetson ;
the 7tli day of Jnnuurv A. I*.. IWR, woNlg of
otlu'iHlHt) tlittiillnKHtlona of Mihl bill will bu. some eloquent SUNDAY BE H VICES. .:
taken a H ooufwHitHd by DufitndantHIt welcome, which were responded to University.Stetson ,
It* fmlhor an ei' 511111ti t this Order bopiihltHliod happily by Bishop Morrison. St. James M. E. Church, South.-
Palatka Florida. 1 once n w....lf for four consecutive Kev. F. Pasco was elected the At the moinlnghour the sermon. will Unlveisity exists prhnarlIy -

p works hl liHlit hi>d the In...Pntntkn Now nod,Stilts a nxwlpliyerPhi Conference Beoictary: with C. H.Somer. be by Bisliop H. C. Morrison, D. D for Florida icudents. The purposeof
WltmtnH lilY hitiid :tiiid olllulal seal this ., A. M. ])..IKer and J. Is.Mrokler ). At 8 P. m Kev. J. Anderson D. 1>. the University is to furnish to
the:Jul day of becnndxx' lac.JutPH. aHslstants. At 7:30 p. m. will occur the Missionary l.'Iorldstudellt.ln their own excel-
# m& (y lr rr m 1$r sir r r (r ti Clerk, ParO1 OIroult VourE R. M. Kvaim, and J. T. Witters Anniversary, the sermon to be by lent climate the best of school faalltleH. -

W. \J. j'rl''" PEON were placed In a supernumerary re Rev W. R. JjRinbuth, D. D. secre The presence of such a school
"Mullultui for (Uoinplulnnnt. 11-T-lSt Il\tlon.ILnd Rev Joseohus. Andel' oIJ, tary of the Board of Missions. In the state causes many to aspire toi.
c ; - thorough education who would

---------'FOR SALE Notice! nnlrn", ,,,,,,,nrnrnrn,, mnnmlrrcFIRE ,,," ------- otherwise the state also not holds do so.in Its Florida presence. many in '.

Notice.In h.>r'by l givml that It i la my Intention n-H of our most ambitious boys and girls
HI AdiiilntHtiutrlv or u., uHtuttt of
--- j who would otherwl.e north for
JiLiium It.Jroonis,,dwtoRHoU to mtiku uppllf I -
at:Ion to Hoii At. I.Ooxe,daunts JU: <:IH<* of their education. Florida Is thus "
Improved and Unimproved LandIn Putniim" ."""ly.Florldn. at this ofUcu ill the =ES= ::ZE saved a financial drain and many "
Oouit HoumMn the Oily of Pnln Eke, lit loo : Insure your property
saved from the
't lot k H. in.. on the lilt tlnv of Jimtmrv.iw : = Fire :::: young people are exposure -
>7, furnutlitiiltv to loll. thu 'ffillouliitfiiMilOHtlltU ; against gS of cold winters. Parents have "
Both City and County. |l0llflllltf to Nlllll Htflttt Of than llltt = with 2 their; children nearer home.Florida .
laimn" H. (JiooiiiH, Nltuatod In the Umntv .
In responding magnificently -
of I'utmim.iiiiil Htutu of MmhlnU.t All
--- of thu .1. 11. Iitrulgorent I ", on motion tlihtymtvun I H. Finley Tucker | to !Stetson's call for higher educa.
: (IIll.> 111, rowiiNlilp hula (Ili 1|:( HoutliKAIIUU tion. The school la well filled with '..

Strunz poitloim Iwimtv-sU thereof. IIH (rut lni\e' I host luietofoiu,, except such.beau ==| Insurance, =3Ss Ahr students from the best homes in the 1.
Henry convoyed! by l the lute Joint nuroonm' UoCCIIMIHI OfllPo opposite Com }House zSSr state. Although the University had ''
,:and huh|, legal' ropiwmmtullvuH.; I I no agent In the state last summer ;
1hln I....GliI, iwnKLLKN' :: Pnlatka, Florida. :.: | the attendance this year ia larger
Palatka Florida <: ': W. (Irt00 4, .,
AdiiilntMtrati or fe.Htatt: fU 1J11J111JIJIIJIIJIUJI11UlIJI11111C than, ever befoie. The people of
1 -7*It Jutnua H.Uiooiiin, duco..st.d.. i + Kloiidaare beginning: to realize that
-- -- - ,, they have a school in their own borders -
Felt Mattress: - -- whose standard for college; work :

See the White Knight Sanitary bRings as high as that of Harvard.: Stet :11:11Is

$ b son's reputation Is good, not only in ,.,
Pure, Clean, Healthy.OA Florida, but In northern states as
well. Neatly every Stetson! graduate
I who has desired a position aa a
i Brooches teacher has been. called to a good: position I

in some good northern school.
IIJ + or college.
for J iA '1'he good name of Stetson la known
Come and yourselfthe
see far and wide. Although the winter ;
n1q iJlr'ti eim brings the. bulk of northern patronage -
finest lineever there are now enrolled in '
) lie school students from 2l) states 1
Palatka. tf Ponn.J'lvanll.lauda In the number of

+z- f northern students, with New York a. .
'2. from close second; then follow Wisconsin,
Y CI]I Solid Gold Rings Indiana and North Carolina with the

t- s+takV J same number. Even far-away I

$1.00 to $500.00 each. Bishop Henry Clay Moriison,_1),IX who U presiding; at the Conference.D. Washington Is represented while
: : one of the leading/ college. In Oregoncalled

PT. M. R. RYAN. ousePALATKA FURNISHERr- (jf J Solid Gold Brooches --.-D- -, .a-superanuated preacher of/the Presbyterian Church.--Morning, graduates one to of the"Stetsons Chair of last Chemistry year's

FLORIDA! each. 4 conference and for many. years. probably Rev Olin flogger B. 1>. Evening, and Physics. .1
$ from 75C to $450.00 one of the most; inlhiontUl Rev. J. H. Clayton The prospect for students from the
members made a touching nddrees' Baptist Church1'orlllnl, Rev University of Chicago during the
Call and inspect. You will be which brought tears to many eyes. K. A. Harrison. Evening, Rev W. winter term Is excellent. A goodly .
,all the 1(. finer D. D. 'i
MMWWWU The characters of superanu. number have already paid part of
sure to find something you ated preachers were passed. Tampa and Live Oak are biddingfor their room rent In order: to be sure of '
Diamond Rings like. Rev Dr. Stewart, secretary of the the next conference. This will rooms In the dormitories. In the
E| Diamond Pins superanuated endowment fund. V/IIH not be decided before Saturday afternoon winter term the lead In northern reg- .1'

Introduced to the conference /Llld ______ lasratlons will go from the easternstatesPennsylvania
Jeweler made an urgent appeal for the cooperation and New Yorkto
1 Diamond Mounted Watches W. S. FRY, Leading of the preachers. The following I Is a pu.rUalllst of the ; some of the great. north central }
of ministers and their places of entertainment I
Rev. J J. Uhldonl superintendent I states-Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin,
the Italian mission at Ybor City reported :
: Gold Filled Watches i $ 9' on his work,which wannhofyQ: Revs. J. Anderson, J. S. Collier or'I Iowa.'he mingling of students from so 'I
I Gold and to be in a most prosperous condition.The \. and K.. A. Harrison with Dr. H. R. many sections of our own nation 1;, ,
afternoon are token up by thebishop tastes.W.; tends to the correction of colloquial- ,
and his cabinet of pre ldltJK F. Alexander with Chas Kupperbusch. : hams In speech and manner and sectionalism "
| Signel Rings, Signet | elders In making: up the list of ap In spirit and ideas. The i
They meet In the parlors T. 1:1. Armlstond K' :J. Gates and student's knowledge of ditferent ,
of the Putnam House. K. ''. Rape with J. N. Blackwell. vitalized and .
= Waist Sets. parts of our nation la
: Signet On Wednesday afternoon at 8o'cl R. V. Atklsson and T. W. Tomk- made more definite consequently his "

" I Assortment of Holiday C of Vanderbilt University\ delivered J. W. Austin with L. D. Young. 1 U widened. As a proof of this :r !
A Large the first of a course of theological U. 1'. Miocker and L. User, with nearly all of Stetson's college graduates
lectures to young; ministers. Jjr Mrs Bollnger.M. : who have the
g Goods. Call and inspect. :: Tlllutte Is one of the strongest Inert I \ T. Bell, and J. E. Mickler, with of teaching; have adopted positions profession In north- \

la the church and Ms lecture. Are 'J. F. Bell.Bishop ern schools and colleges. The pay )
Jeweler considered great treat. by the minis H.C. Morrison. R. L. Honl- :
The Is better In those schools. If "Stetson
I SMITH her, F. R. Bridges I. S. Patterson, desires some of her own graduatesfor ; :
W. F. Tlllitte, and Hamilton atSaratoga
I The church was, filled on Wednesday Hotel. her own faculty as she did In case
Fla. evening to hear the famous sunday of one from last year a and one from
T. L. 'i. Barr, and A. M. Dnlger
5 Palatka HIMII-.
school secretary, Dr. H M. with Mra. the preceedliiaclaas,,she Is compelledto
III of Nashville, Tenn. on the \ Dupont. bid for their services In com petition -
Brushes $4 00 Interest which he 1\1\1 :J. Beers D. A. Cole, H A. Cole, with northern school.
| Silver portent
with W. 0.
Dr. Hamill a. life-long edllea and J. A. Hendry Tllgh The hi tone of DeLand,

Silver Novelties Mirrors and Sunday school man. He I Is n man the flue facilities for work, and the
| and T. C. Bradford and O. W. Mitchell
| to the
relates |
past-master In all that with R C. Howell. strong faculty are making; the stendy-
ww lellglous care mid culture of the J. W. Bigliam .and J, Norwood, and healthy growth In Stetson's registration. -
young. He Is bright, breezy, l brotherly As people become better
MWOMM with Dr. Ueo. E. Welch.
and his linger en with Stetson
speaker keeps acquainted UnjBerslty,
R. H Barnett, R. M. Williams andA.
- --- -- the pulse of the audience. 11[. Gardner with W. A. Walton.W. her patronage will Increase BHltetson
lit a most attractive and eil otlvway .. will be to the south what HWvard la
In- and Lettuce J. H. Harris, Mr.
"ve- com \ Cabbage followed his Master and".."t Carpenter University -
We Just placed I stock a he Gardner and J. L. Yates, with J. N. to the east and what Chic{Jo
plete line ofCrockery a little child In the midst. Walton.C. la to the north.

He emphasised the fact that while I U. Cecil and J. Lawton MOOD J. AKLUY SMITH
Plants For Sale! all great reforms have of necessity\ I Dean Stetson University
and J. P. Durrence with
i begun with adults, they have. luvrlably ... Arlington;
0111.1 the lot embraces some of the Cabbage plants, 92.00 per 1.000 crystalized In the teaching perpetu..t.dthemselves and, training R. Cason and O. W. White withH. Christmas Holiday Rates. '

pmtle pieces ever shownIn Lettuce plants, $1.00 J per; 1.000, WOMAN OF TASTE when she buys of youth. He proved his point J.. O.R.Hamm.Crandell. and C. H. Summers!:! The Atlantis Coast Line will sell

PMntfca.: Would like Beets and Celery plants in season THB must have Quality ought to have by allusion to the reform mov metibs with W. Kdw. Wattles. tickets to all points on Its line during
,, l
Luther Knox; Wesley:", andotCere.
under !
to show them to you.
Terme cash with order. and to have Economy. And she H. Dutlll, and B. Margeron with J. the Christmas holidays at one and I I
Prices reasonable.Then in moss.Montrose Style, prefers vocation D. Lane.J. one-third fare plus 25 cents for roundtrip t
Plants packed asserted that no
we gets all three when she buys "Queen Quality'tShoee. the boldly and of P. DePass and J. P. Hilburn,, tickets. See your nearest) railway rl
haveFurniture Quality" sales sur- has potency permanency" a",11.be with S. J. Hilburn. agent for particulars,
When the "Queen the teacher. "And yet ,
and House Farm R. 1\(. Evans, and M. H. Norton
la often -- ---
women's shoes in the "the work of the teacher too
those of all other with H M. Montmollln.F. .
pass It
unnoticed and poorly appreciated. USAB'r FtCTTKIUNO.Undigested .
Furnishing Goods it. See M. a. Eads and U. H. Robert,.
world, there must be a reason for our Is a quiet work whloh does not Impreas ] -
Call and Palatka, Florida. boom with J. S. Gozn. food and gas In the stomach p
low. crowd. You can
.t. the
price remarkably them. m-6-tf window display of these famous shoes then let things Including real estate, W. H. Funk, and F. Piston, with located Just below the heart presses -

Inspect I this claim with just one pair. In all many finance and a certain tYpe of Tj. J. Barstow. against it and causes heart palpitation
R. 3. MOONEY* us_prove politics but cannot boom Any E. A. Gray, with N. :J. Tilghman.. When your heart troubles you la
Notice. and leathers $3.00-$3.50: -$4.00. nllglon you Bond. Herblne for few
.. styles shapes W. J. Orny.wlth.J.'r. that wayjake a days
Jn. true work of education. Hllnoe i Its
rt r+j ? j-i S Hxrdtn, with P J. Bxoks. You will coon be all right BOo k. bottle,
Grace Rowley,* The City Tax Books tor payment the yeai 01, HERBERT CROOK SOLEP.AinwN<
( pen Ityf will "ttach oil> better with R. Mooney.: ..
Tet on
He emphasis
Accompanist The > put -
luno'ortu Teacher and : December Slit,, I. I). H..yne and F. L. Crowson
Coaching on Songs ill\ taxes unpaid after t. training for \undayMohouL..oh.!: with U R. BrafePinan.H. Chamberlain's Sffi-SKELS*
Suparlor Instruction at 1'upll. 190 BLACKWELL. the thONqh
Residence. J. N. can bs produced for
& City Tax Collector.
Palatka. ia-T-4w
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THE PALATKA NEWS Railway aaa ..a ..aaaaaammaaaaam C

has notified the
company newspaper

Entered at the Palatks poatoffloeM of the state that on January 1st CHURCH SERVICES a .,

mallable matter of the second it will not Diplomacy -1'.iTf": ". .. "
exchange transportationfor .
::4 ;. ol&8s. aaaaaa. .a..a.a. aaaanmaa .
advertising It will then be I"
Friday Published at Palatka, Fla., on against. the laws. Whatever. advertising (Orlclnal I rector,-Btinday: Holy Communion at HOLDERS'OF
the railway company gets In Providence, who manages all things 7 a. m., Mass at 10 a. m Sunday Bobool IMPORTANT NOTICE

: a" VICKERS. the newspapers after January, It wisely and economically wastes no at 3 p. m. Rosary and Benediction at

; will buy and for in cash Just like talents on man for tile management of 1 ::80 p. m. Third Sunday of each month R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY'STAGS
W.. *. 1USSBLU Ella.. woman. The wisdom of this course Is Moss at 9 a. m. instead of 10 a. m.

other business enterprises, and newspaper taleot'uutll Weekdays] Mas* every moraine at. 6 :30, IN AND FACSIMILES
that need such
; OUR VISITORS. editors who edit. should welcome man no Way of the Cross"on Fridays at 4 p. p. AS' SPECIFIED
after marriage, and after marriage be ,

Palatka I In enjoying to the full this the new arrangement, The has a wife to manage other women for ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL, Rev. Francis ARE SHOWN ON '

week the presence of the Methodist law, however does not enter Into the him. The economy consists lu the fact H. Rlohey rpotor. tiutulay: lervlo'st: 7 OF WHICH

case as it is only inter-state trans a in., Holy Communion: 10 a. m.. Bun- j :
i preachers of Florida who here III that men shall marry. A slnglo man
day school
: J 11 a. m., matins and sermon 1 17UO 1906 CATALOGUE
portation by that is Interdict- sensitiveness of
attendance upon the annual conference passes never appreciates the p. m., Evensong. Strangers are d
of their church.' ed.. Time was when the newspaper the opposite a''11:. %man hides her welcome, seats free.

l These !Rood whole-souled whole- editor took pay for subscriptions. and wounds, and man often stamps through, ST. JAHRS METHODIST Rev I
In cord wood and stale her. feelings with seven league boots. This was bought to remind holders of our tags,
space -
some men are scattered about for vegetables I J. F. Ball pastor. French Inn at 11 a. m. space
An Incident that occurred, to aft-
but In the process of evolution, me Sunday school 8 ::30 p. m. Evening service I
I entertainment in the homes of our his has to have er my marriage taught me this and I 7.30: p.m. Prayer meeting 'Wednes who have overlooked the fact that our offer.of. presentsfor
come may
space a recognized
people, and the influence of their since then I have Invariably left the I day evening at 7 :I'M o'clock. The sacrament
i Is bound to cash value, a value this rail- settlement of differences with other of as made and adver-
r presence prove a moral, my ot the Lord's Supper each first the return and delivery to us tags,
: spiritual and Intelleotual uplift to all road will surely realize'uuder the women to my wife. I had passed Sunday. All are cordially Invited to

,, who will put themselves la touch new order. middle life before marrying. I had attend these services.PBEBBXTIBIAN tised in Otlr 1906 Catalogue and Circular of Presents, expitvs

met ladies as other bachelors meet
with them. CHCBCH. Uev. L. R.

I: The bishop and other Whatever;; honor theru Is In theproposition them socially but my club was my Lynn, pastor. Sunday service at 11 a. by the terms of the offer itself-January ist, '1907.
general to drain
Kverprladesrightfully homo aud I was never thrown Into In- m. and 1 :30 p. m. Sunday school 4 p. m.

'. church officials are here, too, and belongs to Governor Brow. tlmate association with any woman. Strangers are welcomed to all the services consider to one without -
We would not giving presents
ard. Ibis his scheme and
the presence and preaching and dally nobody'selse. But I considered, myself sufficientlymild of this church.

6.: conversation of these The glory certainly does not, and deferential the BAPTIST CHUBOH. Re 3. J. Farmer reach 'after
distinguishedmen belong to the. anti-drainage advo- mannered to giving to all for tags that us 'our
should greatly advance. the Interests cates.-Ocala Banner. softer sex for all ordinary social pur pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. ; preaching presents I

of sound and sensible religion That is self-evident poses. What wounds I had Inflicted I at Jl a. m. and 7::30 p. m. { Baptist has and for this reason we will not considerany
r. In this city. a proposition did not know, nor was I conscious of Young People's Union, 3::110 p m. Strangers offer expired, ,
which all anti-drainage advocates are made weloome.

Methodist-preachers, as a rule. are will cheerfully agree to. And. by having Inflicted any. cause whatever for delay in delivery of tags, and we will' -
Tbe honeymoon over my wife took AN ORDINANCE.
broad-gauge! men. They represent the way, the carrying of all this load me In training, and It soon became apparent for that reach

; i.: a Christian church that has done Its of Glory and Honor doesn't appearto that I needed a great deal of To provide for the auditing of the accounts positively refuse to give presents any tags

!1, full share i in reducing the religion of make the Governor very chesty It However. In about a ;year I supposed or the Chief of Police of the Winston-Salem N. C. after Tuesday, January ist, .1907,
k Jesus Christ to system which educated. One ,
may I was thoroughly City of Palatka, for feeding city Prisoners

be defined as. the practical application Arrived in Poor Condition. day my wife Informed me" that her and to provide for their discharge which is the full extent of time as heretofore stipulatedin

.' of His teachings. to the everyday The New York Packer's Boston dearest friend, whom she had not seen Be It Ordained by the Mayor and City

\fl c .1 needs of sinful man. And the new since we had been married was coming Council of the City of Palatka, Florida. offer.
correspondent last our
reports Friday SBCTIOM That hereafter the
1.- Judge
world will to visit her, and she was especially
never over-estimate the that Florida oranges were arriving: anxious that I should make jt good, of the Municipal Court of the City of this
has to change or modify
work of this one church on the civilization In that city in poor condition. He Impression. I resolved to be on my Palatka, shall audit the accounts of the No employee authority

: which has Chief of Police for feeding City prisoners
kept pace with says: most affable and
the country's growth. guard and put on my and no bill or claim of the Chief of Police or any notice or offer made by us.

',, The reasons assigned for the poor deferential manner. of said city for feeding! prisoners sball
} Let every citizen do his part in condition of the oranges. on arrivalare The first evening of Miss Bland's arrival be paid until same shall have been audited -

making these !good men feel at home as diverse as the quality of the my wife, my sister and our guest and approved by the Municipal R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. WINSTON-SALEM. N.C.

; among us. Introduce yourself to receipts. Stock, coming: northwardIn sat down to a game of -whist. I was Judge of the Municipal Court of the :
I hot unventilated boats. has shown MUs City of Palatka, Florida. .. .
of assigned to play with
course ,
anyone of them. Tell him
you are up rotten clear through.' Con..lder.able .
SXCTION 2.-That no person who has
l glad; to see his like In Palatka. The of such goods has come to New Bland. 1 got on swimmingly. I saw or may hereafter be committed to the

mere statement of this York by water and thence by ra.ll. that my partner knew little of the of Pal atka
? fact will be a city Jail by order of the Municipal -
f blessing In itself. Oranges on the weekly Clyde boat to game, and It gave me all opportunityto Judge! of the Municipal Court of H

this port have been unpacked In an show my wife that I could pass the city of Falatka shall be released l J

Palatka does heartily welcome the equally unmarketable. condition her friend's mistakes without the from prison until his sentence shall have. _

: '. Methodist preachers of Florida together Again: oranges to Norfolk by rail lightest reference to them. I would expired or fine shall have been paid .as. u

with their distinguished presiding and the rest of the way steamship probably have gone through the evenIng the case may be, exoept upon an orderof

bishop and the other church have arrived in a decayed state. On without trespassing on my part- the Municipal Judge of sold Couit Price i Cent G. S. & F. RRILWRY
the whole the fruit
& & officials. shipped straight tier's feelings bad not she made a made and entered in writing on the
_ through on the cars, though at a docket or minutes of said Court.
slightly higher cost has, perhaps misplay that gave me an opportunity, SECTION 3.-That all Ordinances or THE SUN The Best Route to
WOMEN AND CRIME. I thought to make brilliant strike
ns a
netted more to the !growers than that parts of Ordinances that conflict with
: Mrs. Anna E. Sprenkel. shipped in any other manner. In soothing her.I .
money order this Ordinance, bo and are hereby re
'! clerk in the Tampa.. post office, But even some of this Is not In the had a One long suit, all of which pealed. (Hultimore, Mil.) Macon. Atlanta, Columbus.

: best of shape. Many delays by near- I could make If I could draw my op.. Now Sells for 1 Cent anti Can i
ha... been arrested by the United Passed in open Council tills 7th ,
all have occurred
ly routes and ponents' trumps; but, having only four He Had of Every Denier Americus. Birmingliam."Valdosta.
States authorities on a charge of altering moreover much of the stock day of November, A. J>. 1SKH) .
trumps myself, all depended upon my Agent or Ne\vH Boy at
2 and raising money orders, and have been packed under unfavorable partner husbanding hers. My wife HOWELL A. DAVIS, I Tlnit Price .

she has been held in (500:; bond for weather conditions. 'So It Is Attest : President City Council
f l led a small spade, and I, desiring to
only to be that
., hoped the cooler temperature
;, her appearance at tie February term reported. this week: along- get the lead put on the king. When J. M. BL1CKWELL. v AU Subscribers. Ulstrlet of Columbia, Montgomery and Northern PointsTwo

of the United States court. the seaboard will extend far enough my partner played the trfck was mine. [Seal] City Olerk.Approved .. Virginia. Paansylvnala North and. South ela.ware. Carolina, Trains Daily North Bound.

That Is all the Information contained southward to aid In shipping. She trumped It. I wInced. but said
And the United States Can Get
Nov. 8th 1900. Throughout
: in the press dispatches. It Is not The grapefruit market remains In nothing My partner's error gave our :' THE BUN lly Mall All Cent a Copy Leave Palatka, No. 2. 5HO: ( a nll:; No. 10, 5:40: p m.
7 known a healthy condition notwithstanding opponents the odd trick. A. TJBIKA. Mayor; Arrive Palatka I:>Southbound No. 1, 10OC: p m.
: whether Mrs.
Sprenkel pleads the unfortunate orange: situation. No. 9,10:1)0!)(
"I shouldn't have trumped ;your I : a ,m.
guilty or not guilty. If however The of THE SUN AT ONE CENTIs
guilty. proportion poor grapefruit is "
trick should I? said Miss Bland, red The Grand Canyon." I
It i Is probable that she broke small though parts of one shipmentby The in
dening. Vast as the bed of a vanished ocean, Cheapest. High-Class Paper
boat this week were nipped by Schedules given above are subject to Change without noMoe and the
,'. down and conte sed. frost. Though the supply is moder- My wife explained to her that to deep as Mount Washington riven from Thai United States. time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.

The entrance of women into business ate some are wondering If Boston IK trump one' partner's trlclc was not Its apex to Its base the grandest can- TIIRSUN'B: 'special correspondent. through, '
Pullman from
affairs will make this sort of getting its share of Florida's" big considered' always. tbe best course but you In tbe world lay glittering below out the Lnltau states, aa. well as In hiirope:,, Through cars Tlfton to Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville.
Cumin) .. South, Africa. he Porto St. Louis and Chicago: all-tliB-year-round, Elegant
Philippines sleeping cars bntwuen!
thing of common occurrence, says crop of grapefruit this year. More that In this case It didn't matter since In the sunlight like a submerged con. Rico Cuba .and In every other "part of the Valdosta and Macon. Also Pullman sleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta
.. one. We are all and of this. kind of fruit. It is said, has we were playing for fun. tinent. At my very feet so near that world make It the greatest newspaper. that can

'_ -men women- moved out of the peninsula state to I didn't see the fun In playing that I could have leaped at once Into eternity he printedIts bureaus, Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains" No. I aud 2 between Macon\
f and Hew York are
made of the same sort of Put Washington
putty. date than ai.d Jacksonville.Information
l any previous year. But way but refrained from comment. tbe earth was cleft to a depthof among' the bent In the United, States' and' give
woman under Ilk* temptations with much of the goods perhaps more Tna HUN a renders the earliest: Information.: as to rates routes schedules
"Now I think of it, said Miss Bland over 0,000 feet-not by a narrow sleeping car reservations
alt : than usual has upon all Important avenls In the Iagl'.isll.amd '
to the West.
men and, as opportunity come, she Good sells gone much mortified "somebody told me gorge, but by a gulf within whose financial centers of the country. etc. will be !gladly furnished upon application to ,
F grapefruit briskly at $2.&
will do as men do. to sa.! and a few sales are reported at once that to trump one's partner's trick cavernous Immensity Niagara wouldbe THE FARMER'S PAPER. O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent. Palatka.

Maybe. 3.2G. was the worst mistake a player can Indiscernible and whole cities could Till SUM. '. market report and commercial,
S. F. PARROTT Vice Pres. CHAH.. 11. RIIODKS Gen.
But it may be doutbted. Peopleare make." be tossed like pebbles.-El. W. G>. Wesson column: are complete and r llal>lo,ed,, put' thefarmer Passenger Agt
: ::
t the merchant and the, broker In touch !Macon. Ga.
shocked at this Tampa Incident A Horrible Example. My wife looked at me appealingly to In The Wide World Magazine.. with the market of llaltimore, orfolk, Ctiar1 .
ay something' to make my partner feel 1 baton, New York. Chicago l'hll.d..l"hl". l| .and -- --- ---
.f a proof that more Is expected of women Mil other the Uiilttjil,, Stat..
i;; thau of- men. And that expectation vocation No man with kin go his about whole his heart dally ad-an'"au .. easier and It was then I tried to soothe Like thai MythIcal: Drasron. and other important conntrlM.Iolnt.ln All of wliloli, the, render 49W;=j SOUTHERN R.AILWAYs t tN. = +
In the Malay archipelago Is a reptile sets for one cent
rests on the belief that I into it without his devotion her."You .II.-1'lIe lollowlng"schedule figures are publloh.d ..
women his ideels beln1 ter only trumped my king ThereIs much like the mythical dragon. It has THE WOMAN'S PAPER. only InformatIon_ and are not KUantllPOd

,. .are more sensitive to> honor than commented on. fln'ly We hev reckonlzed ben cliasln', an' a worse thing than that," I said false ribs that extend the loose skin TUB Sim. I Is, the best type of a uew.paper.monthly .. --- ---
men. 1 V..Ubuls TraIns Jta l. o 8' No lIe North and We.t. R l lLv
an' softly. nnd form its wings. There Is also a and Intellectually. Jn addItIon to the
t budge brew'ry ads round Algal! or .. ,
the It best
news day publishes the features
In any event this Is true : fer lo these many years, sleepln'wherever 'Wbat Is It?" asked Miss Bland. frog with spreading feet that makes a that can he presented. ', such. faHhlon, arllt,'les,, J".Oll9l1t" ---ik.: Ity -OuuIia;; 7abp Ly 1.OD.lllo, 1'1..80. Ry i T top

4 When the average: man is arrested our jogs overtook' us an' "To trump your partner's ace." parachute -which enables It to flit from and miscellaneous, writ In.. from men nnd, wo- LV 8"v.oo..lI. Oa So ity I/Ilp: U u.. AI Maoomm. 0. .....110 Ry I SlaAr I:..:.:
mun of note, and prominence. It In an educator ,, Oolomblo., 110 Bv 8 IIItp e 00a A. ALllla,, Oa..... Ito Ky I e ba
not tree to tree and lemur that .. ..
': pnyin' no attention to nobody. Miss Bland cast a quick glance at a flying can
for a crime he does not break of the hlKhent cimraoter, stimulating ,.
down constantly Charlotte.... ., 110 Ky 1006"" 8 o..a U lion ,, u. .... 110 ay I S aLa
t Th'lust trance we went Into WAS a me and I cast a guinea at my wife spread out Its whole body like an '!Pl'brella : : to noble Ideals In Individual, and national Ar Ureeeburo., I 12 1141* I hip Ar Ohattanooga..So' icy I 4aAr
and ,
E weep and confess as do women. I life.Tua : : : :: :: : : :::: :: "' '
peach an' it laid us out Saturday expecting to see approval In her face. and leap and fly a hundred feet Eiatuvllbe .: lOu lop A'L0xlngtn. K; .QaC tOp
,. He sends for .u lawyer and prepares night In front' th' Mothody church I saw a frown. at a time from the top of one tree to every other HUN ts day pnhllslind of the, wet on*k.. Sunday as well as a7'Stcbnond, ......" .110 a" 86"1"" :Eri' A Ar Ulootuaail.. 01110" ..1. oJ< C rn T 4Up. I I'" :
; tii.
to fight the case. an when WB come to In the mornln' There was an ominous tremor on another. __ By Moil Che Dally Sun. $3 a year; including Ariiiihrg,, .. ., .. 5, 117Th Hp ihii0.--FbiibooeoTmi..J
:: : 0\ ... .:.. ..
had th' : 6 lO.
preacher Infant class. an' th' Ar Ciarlouevllto. Ito 8 .: :
It Is evident that hOp Ode lop 'I.
is slower
a .J J
woman .
Miss she : DetroIt, .,
Bland's and
lip. presently the Sun The
Sunday $4. Sunday T sea
Bible class gathered aroun' us in- Ar W".hlll.'U .110 liy 9'G.. 811II1' "'"'''' ......
to commit crime than a man be. spectln'us and we. heard a-tellin' tl*' arose left the table and went upstairs. UolJ nod Silver Go...... Sun alone, $1 year.. A. BaltImore' .... ..I' 1m I ii 8J. I tl/bp: A.O..I.nd..u. '' --L.48.1 .
.I' cause she has "Now done It" said wife "The Gold and Silver Gospels" Is the 4r l'IIII".lphl." I'lm I SlIp' h bOa i.iD. i'fll.----: / ""
more scruples to overcome people and th' kids that a manlikeus ;you've my i Ar /iewyoru L
!!." -___ ..i."l! "'! Ar L.oul.vlhle .. ..
AddressA. :. .B" api S 001')
C. and that she suffers more deeply was of more value to a community as. she left the room to follow her : name of a very peculiar book now preserved S. ABELL. COMPANY. Ar St. Lout. .........SORy' Os. .

because her conscience Is keener. i than a half dozen Y. M. C5. A. friend.I In the Cpsnla library In Swe Publishers and Proprietors, Through "Tlla Load or the Sk,.," I No 110 A. Iiirinlugflao AI.... o bOy Id Out

: bulldln's. He said that we was a habitual walked and down the floor curs den. It Is printed with metal type on _ _ _ U Mompble .Frisoo 81"1' I
-- up BAL TIMOR.E. MD. L. ,J&uoksouvliIie. 1'1.. ........ Ar Kaaee.: CILyMo..
Ti'j 9 lea
old Jane Cox words .Ko Ity FrIerol :::
: Mary er violet colored vellum the letters
Rev. Thos. Dlxon, whose authorship ing myself for a fool and wondering being __ ___ ___ __ Savaunah' ..
let that effect an' that one look at silver and the Initials gold. When It 'n :tfolmnil,.: ::;.:::"': : :: .::: it 1: lOo: t.v MemphIs: .,,.,.. : '
"' f of "The Clansman" bruught our froway whiskers an' If my wife would be able to explain AN OUDINANC: o\r Asheville. .. Ity at. Arll.l. Spring'., Ark, ::::::::I/ aJa .
peeled nose NO" ........ .. ny lilliI'
whom what
"' ;i ; : him into the limelight, has purchased would make any one on alrtli sign matters and get me out of the scrape was printed l. by or were or Knoxmlie:: Teo" 'Ho fly thop
: th' When he that I also wondered how she would manage the methods employed, are questions To Provide for the Levy of City Taxes Ar LouIsvIlle: ......: : to..: Jlo. 18-"Tbe Florida. Llmlled." Daily' ...lid4r
pledge. fur In
; 1,000( acres of high pine land near got which have Interest for the curl- brIbe IttoOt) I lit Loul. .. ... .. .... ....Ho ny 0..1' VOollbule train' tltrou..y. coaches and Pull
his remarks considered thet he tile task. Of she great year .
Thomasvllle we diplomatic course Ar Olaolnn..LI,Oblo.... ...<1" C I-Ilia
.. Ga., on which he will an' fearln' thetIf one. but have never been answered. lie It Ordained by the City Council of men sleeping cars JIIOIt""n.l1Ie" 10 Oluclouon.BlrmID.b"ID .
was glttln' personal, would tell Miss Bland-what else could _
1w : establish a colony of consumptives there he the City of I'alalka. Florida.That .. Mempbls .anti Kaa.ae. cliC.
we stayed hurt
might 110
our she tell ter?-that I had Intended my lIO-uW..hlnlllolt VIa.. Limited" Dully
j .. in numerous small cottages built to feelln's by comparln' us ter some for the purpose of scourii, g an Pullman 1".wln..JIoo"bleeping Oar,Jaksoa.. DlnlngCar.
other rank amatoors. In th' drlukln' remark to make her blunder seem lessa Smoked Olaa.. "equal and uniform rate ot taxation and vIlie Jo Now Yor" _._ .
admit plenty of fresh air. He will line we scrambled onto feet blunder. But had I solely so Intended Murphy-Well, this bates the mis I to pay the appropriations for the. ourrent N,,. H4 -.N.., York and I'lorloIa Exirose"

t also build a theater to amuse the after teeterln' awhile we our got our an It? Women are quick to see a chief. Dooley tole me that If I ..bmokocl expeuaes of the city and for paying the Iuatwecui Daily' I ',n\'r\!:: Tamp:;:' ,:'nac":, :"SleepIng aod: New Car Excellent Dining Car Sllnl on

patients, but has stated that he will boarln's an'. in spite o' th' heavln' of slight, and perhaps Miss Bland might a piece of glass I'd be able to seethe i expenses ot the File anti. Water Depait-Yorh.I'Ao...

have no church. Thomas was formerly th' earth we managed ter give th' have detected a trace of sarcasm In spbota on tbe sea Sure ain't I ments. there shall be levied upon the BUI7.t ItII-DRlly SleepIng' Cur Pullman between IIra..lnll-Room anti all Tlirouglt 'rrltIIlY.

a preacher of the Ba ptlst faith. bunch a witherln' glance after my voice. "Thank heaven." I mute fairly kilt wld tbrylng to make me 11t..1. and Pel,soo.all'rup"l ty lu aaltl illya bl. LoUI. JacksonvIlle aDd
Tax of 21) Mills the Dollar
'" ;: which we went over an' crawled Under tered, "it's woman against woman. pipe draw? 'TIs the way, I'm thinking.that upoti dlstrlbuttd -

fi'' Ttq Here Is a Florida Health Board snooze I Sappses: Kf we pigpen air of an'more finished value our ter I'm sure the more I excused, myself either I haven't the right kind of : Uuiieral as Beveuuu follows; Fun, Eleven ((11)) JAg FREEMAN, Diet PassengorAgent' 1011 W. Bay street lack800vllle. Fia

problem the News would like to have is community then a new Y. M. U. A. the worse I would make the matter." glass or else Cooler's; been fooling me. Mills. .-

't J ; some of it. readers work out. It appeared Houston city kin learn some th In'to' My wife returned but without her London" Tlt-BIU. Fire and Watei. Fulid, Four ((4)) :Mills: "'3."y;. y...... Hom.- U.:LOPeR, BAIf.BT, t. WitTsa MILLIARD

f -' In the last Bulletin of the her advantage by turnln' thet *:JOO- friend. - Sinking Fund, Five (15)) Mills! President.. Hety.aud-Tre, !*, m

i Health office and Is much of ()lit) over to us an' we'll come down "Well?" I asked eagerly. The Cause of Many Fussed, opon Council this 7th day
as a The Co
there and be valuable an' voluble. "She's coming down presently after of November, A. D. 1WG.HOWELL loper Bailey
corker as the "How old is Ann"itT
Any peUclar day that any preacher she's got rid of the appearance ofkears. Sudden Deaths.There A. DAVIS,
problem of two years ago: "The only wants horrible exainble to exhibit Fire Insurance
Attest: FretUent city Council :
the the Infection ter his congregation he kin git It If
way mosquito gets is a disease prevailing in this
"Tears r J
U from a human being sick he will on'y leave a JIll0': ammunition country most danperou&; because so decep- I and
American Foreign
on our doorstep th' night before. "Of course Do you suppose tier feel- !l'' ttve. 10lanyenddell [meal] City Cloth, Leading

i. with yellow fever. The only way Alkali Eye. lugs are sheet Iron?" Thea, seeing the I deaths are caused Approved November 8th, 10U6

.-p' ir the human bellit? eta yellow fever Is pain she was Inflicting on me, she added by it-heart disease A. US1NA.! Mayor. ..2iorj4 2C1gmlO.. Companies

i i-4$ from an Infected mosquito." Now A Choice of Evils. "It's all right now." pneumonia, TMB MOST BEAUTIFUL MAOAZINB

1'' ''Y' what we'd like to know in how does Landlady-Would you advise ma to "Did ;you tell her I Intended" 1 heart. failure or -Order----For-Publication.- IN TIle WOULD" Accident Insurance:
) the, old thing starts seeing that the Rend my daughter to a cooking school "Nonseusel I told ber nothing of L. qfioplexy lire. often nd ''
". .. II the result of kidney ; In the Circuit Court) ;Eighth the one magazine that la different 'Tiavelers; of IlariforJ
l parties of both the first and second or to a music school Boarder (reflectively your Intentions. .- I[ dineaiie.. If oult, Foment Oounty', Klorulu. I --II'"M.I;: ; -- from .all others It contain. go os :
)-Well I think I'd send her to a "What did tell her?"
l parts are helpless tt> move without you kidney trouble, is oery. 8Uperb pictures monthly exquuitely
cooking school. It be more fatal I told her that had beena J. L. printed 'Life Insurance:
"Why Phillips Coiuplnlnunt. with
. ,. the aid of the other, and the othercan't may you I I allowed toad vallce .. B)1) fop fine art tone ink, many of
In Its results but It Isn't anything like bachelor all ;your life had lived at .0; thekidney-poiaon- Florence Phillips, Ii'f luliint., } "Korce.' the pages being in colors The magazine I
t4'' : do a blamed thing without the so noisy. club. and all I' ed 1 blood will attack Is bound with ilk cord but I The Old tuJermnanjSLife" ( !
that and hadn't been usedto ,. afflduvlt nppond l to the in such a Reliable :
i ,. other .party gives him the hInky- playing card. with women-In short, : the vital organs causing catarrh of h.U. 1 :::i"rnIr: :: nbov slnttMl calms thut, manner that it may be easily taken apart
dink? How They" Get ... I the bladder, or the kidneys themselves. Florence, Fhllllps, tli, dufitiiiluiit, therein and .
t that" of New York
named la n nonreidfl of the Stole
01 'Ti,.
break down aud.waate cell cell. Pkturvs Framed
Knlcker Are children allowed In "I didn't away by FlorUln, ivml that she Is a nmltlitiit, of Pem", .
7 ',. California Is knocking the spots 1 jour flat Backer-No. We brought now any Bladder troubles. almost always result broke. tIme HtntHof CJuorKln.. ami' tInt, .hll, There JJ enough food reading matter tQ
"YN""ADd from a derangement of the kidney. anda Is over the aria of tW'l ty-on., .ytitr' ,*,nml' thttt make the Marine Insurance:
magazine the
out of Florida with her
oranges. oars In under the head of musical In- moat attractlva
there Is no pttrsoii In the sUite of Florltlit I
fruit It made her feel all right? cure is obtained quickest by a proper whom the : : periodical published
1 : She ships no to market until it struments.-New York Sun.Hot.ure's upon service of Hubpiuni womtd l
reaches a marketable condition. "Yes." treatment of the kidneys. If you are feslInR' hlml such nimlantt; It Isthfrtifore ordered. Ask your newsdealer for the Th Leadinag' CompaniesAll
H C badly can make no mistake by thnt snlil noii-reslilent. I>ff.*itditnt. tw and she "umber. If he current
you doe.
BeiU "My love I ber
W..y" exclaimed folding
Even; the Thanksgiving trade was not handle It
the Is hHr'by required' to appear to tbo Hill uf BeD Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
us his
j powerless to en Ice any shipments The rUMlnn-'renK'h.nlnll< l ttsaue-btilld-,, lu an embrace "you're a brick. Yon taking liver and bladder Complaint tiled Jit auUl uutute. on or ,IwforeMONDAY name and address with your name Promptly
from California Florida shippers InH plsn of treating chronic, lliiKerlnff .and obstinate can beat me at diplomacy every time.. great kidney, remedy. the 7th DAT JANUARY, and address for a sample copy. Ret-ulat, Olaims
' send unripe fruit to market and casee of dUeaHeas pursued by, Dr. Murce, It corrects inability to hold urine and A. I M. ItS)?. otherwise' the alletntlona( of sntd,, price 25 Cents Mention tbia
Is following After Nature plan. ot Miss Bland came down and the scalding in it and : paper anti 1
.' fruit packed in bad condition and restoring !! pain passing overcomes bill will be taken. ua vonfesMHi by sold i>e* address Settled.
health game proceeded. She and I became that unpleasant necessity of being; ftMidniit. .
the Florida that He lino natural, remedies, that .In extract
oranxe, once occupied It IH further onleriKl. time,
first place is now little regard from native I medicinal root, prepared: by pro- fast friends. ALEXANDER EtiY. compelled to go often through the day, puhllshml onceweek. for B this Order be BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY Office\ 38 Front Bt, FALATKA: ft*
: ; uonsiicutlva :
Hens wrought,, out hy the expenditure. of muchlime and to get times during the -
up many I weeks In the Pulnlkifc News, 4 V
d ed. Florida shippers, If they want ..nd mun.y' without the ,use$ of alcohol, sun or oa-io,Ore aw night. The mild and the extraordinary : said Uounly,: and; Sltn.a 'newsuuunrpublished : cot> 22nd Street New York Ciy
I : to retain the trade, must organizeand and by skillful combination In JU.I the rl5htproportioni. Luoaa TL.ooJ'? f effect of Swamp-Root la soon. realized.It Witness my liMiid, and ollli'lul Haul this ,

prevent the shipment immature Lsed as inffrodlente of T>.. Pierce (loldenMtidtia.1 -Frank' J. Cheney mak. a oath that he la senior' stands the highest for its wonderful the ltb day of" November, Jim' ,. AN IDEAL European Restaurant.

., and worthless fruit.-Ocala Man Plscovery, Illaclc Cherrybark Queen, partn-rot the arm of K .1.r..rn..rn: Co., dolnsbuelnea : cores of the most distressing easel. UO\L' JOHEPK: PRICK CHRlSTrtAS GIFT
.- nero root, CJolden Haul .oo>t. Bloodrout. and more ,, In ihe: city of o. : and.; Blnlesf ..... Clark The Cnrtnl"!
1s take and is v C Circuit .
/; root specially exert their Influenca Inosaeiiofuntf .. that "Mid nrm' will pay lhe sum Swamp-Root pleasant to Court. or December number ol Furnlshvdl, Rooonis,
.t The above criticism: Just when applied bronchial: dl throat troublHi,. :: and Ihia"lt000VerY' of 'N".I.H'IJ\ ) DOLLARS I fi,>r vaun. anilv sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and By R. RATMOND Fmcn, beputy Olnrk.M. .. the Burr McIntosh Monthly ta all news

e Florida Is. therefore, a. soverlKn nmudy case of Catarrh that. A"I:; \ ciireil.:!r.b" one-dollar size bottles. You may have a I. cox atands, a double number at -Hot and Cold Oaths
ek I to orange: grower ns a for bronchitis:, laryngitis chronic I cuuiths, ca.tsrrh Hall S< atnrrh Cure. bottle of this wonderful new discovery Solicitor for Coniphtlnnut.Executrix copy. It is by far so cent a
c., does not the Putnam and ktntlred, Hllmenla.'I Sworn to befnr. ma aud anbsorlbed In mypresence sample most beautiful
whole apply
jc tg.
'he .above native roota' nlio hare the stmnu" this mitt, day. 01 December A. D. -. end a book that tells all about it, number ever published in this or any. At
i# county, where a pride Is eat possible endorsement from the leading (Seal) A. .Jlt.II, both sent free by mail. Address Dr.Kll- Notice. pther country. U will be a delight for

taken In sending only high grade: medical practice:, writers for Ii,., of aura all\not the. only several o( the schools disease of Hall's. OaUrrh ("a... Is taken Notary InMrnslly I'lIbll.and mer &-Co., Binghamton, N.this Y. When the Notice mOth I day la "hereby of'Muy/W: BlvHtl\ 1 thnt,:, I-:,:: ': final ideal month Christmas to J COm, and noold make a. James & Varjies,
mention I
tha blood anil mucous lorfoo.sol writing reading generous gift to
fruit to market. A. a result of this turned above but also for Indigestion toroor! of Lois directly on report of accounts anil an appreciative
my .
Ivor. or bllltouaness. obwttnat. conslipatlon. thSLavstara. 'Hnd for teatimonlsla 'free) offer in thls'papcr. Don't make any of the lost win and vouchnra ne cx.Imutrix friend. Buy' It of your bewlldea
3; T' pride the Putnam county grower. I tldney. and bladder. troubles .and catarrh. no : V .F.J.eH.ltzY C01'l'oledoO.. mistake,but remember name.Swamp- Mntlhln Manndeeeeewian: apply testament for of Is out, Bend as 50 cents for 8If he Palatka Fla. _.

'i have received fancy prices ever oiatter Bend' where to Dr.located.R. V. Pierce.of BuGtloN.T, T.k.HalI's Hold. by nrilgllsts'Family. ITIce Fills. for ISa Constipation. Root, JDr, Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the Ulaehartaaaauch a oiecutrlx my a copy I money::; '*

since the shipping season opened in for free booklet tstlllne;all about the medicinal. --- address, BInghamton' N. Y., on every CHARY RINKS, BURR MdNTOSH MONTHLY It you want to get' your "
roots domtMMlnB. this wonderful m cllelDa. The 'News II year... bottle .....IIt..., rlo"" ..Nor.nth, 11II"euI'I". 4Y.M22imd Street New I and see a good COLD ;
m York
:- :November Their U no alcohol In It. '. Of1 Feek'e. Pine Taj Syrup.' .

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I We have decided to retire absolutely :from the CLOTHING business ;!


f This was decided upon by the members of the firm o.f I. flEYER Co. at a meeting held a day or so ago, ,

therefore we need your help during the period beginning [ J. I


We need your help to assist In selling the goods. We the patronage of every man i


'r'\ ',. Right at the Holiday season when everybody "Is buying remembrances, as well as necessities,
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I The I. M. MEYER CO'S. STOCK OF CLOTHING must Positively be Sold! a

1 NOTHING RESERVEDI! We positively quit the Clothing business, so you know this is not a question of cost or loss. No matter what envious others may say, this store tells r

the truth and every price quoted is guaranteed by the hon esty and integrity of the I. M. MEYER CO.


i I THis ,Closing Out Sate Starts TVloncJay, December 17th, '

When the remainder of the finest and most up-to-date CLOTHING stock in Palatka must be sold. The last day of this great tragedy of prices

f!1 draws near; it will boom with the echoes of thousands of marching feet to the



All CLOTHING goes. Our Prices are backed up by the truth and will cease when every vestage of the stock of CLOTHING is sold. /


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F One lot of Men's :Suits: all to match. These Men's\ long loose fitting overcoats, perfectly Peerless suite. These fabrics are in the mainEnglish : Men's heavy overcoats, splendidly tailored and '
French and
suits are positively worth from. $8.50 to $10.00 or made. They are mostly of handsome plain Beaver : tweeds, in broad English! WfoarrSttl'stSl'O' trimmed Former price 1800. Retiring saleprice J
refunded any time during( the sale.Retiring I cloth I the collars fit close I to the neck, the ]linings perbly patterned a variety 0 1
your money There dozen distinct models I I.in thisoffering
sale price are good I.; they're perfect in cut, style I and making.Former fects. are a ...
which I I of the designer art $ .85
; are triumphs 9
price $().OO. Retiring sale price .
and the tailor's skill. Values $17.50. Retiringprice 1
53-95 We offer for your selection a line of high grade ,:',
Men's Hobby business suits, well worth 1250. $9-45 overcoats, embracing all the most approved models. )
They include a splendid selection of single and dou :Men's overcoats, made to sell for 1000. This The weaves and colorings range from the aristocratio ':
ble- reacted stylos of the most dependable fabrics, line embraces some of the beat values over offered. Men's suits, excellently tailored, representing black Kersey to the most pronounced fancy effects. / !
t including a variety of weights and grades, in dress- They are made of heavy blue Beaver cloth, long all the recent models and superb styles, in both Never before has such coats boon offered for less s )
looking mixtures, small checks, broken plaid effect. loose fitting, also medium length. Retiring sale single and double breasted effects, which will be than 20,00. Retiring aleprico> ;. I
Worth $12,50.j( Retiring sale price prim worn by fashionable dressers this season. The linings ';. f
and triminga are fully in keeping with all the '
$ $10.85 I
$5-95 5.95 boat qualifications high/ grade clothing.Ve? claim "t ,
them the equal of any 20.00| suits on the markPt. r I
):our.choIce of the finest me I tOilS, '
$7.85 gives you the choice of a magnificent! assortment Another overcoat-that is a stem winder-is Retiring sale price Kerseys !
of men's suits in single and doablebreastone\ we offer at $7.05. These coats are as line as ever 10.85 tweeds friezes and fancy mixtures in overcoats that ", ;t
ed models made of the most desirable cloths in the you saw sold for $18.50 of splendid! black or Oxford represent the designer's art and the tailor's skill in .;

newest coloring, and tailored in the latest style. Frieze; also the new stripe or plaid effects are made Men's fine dress suits, extra values, equal in a marked degree. Regular price, 25.00. Retiring I"",
Better made garments have never been offered by with the full back, concave shoulder and!long skirts, every respect to the finest custom work. They are sale price
fur less than 15.00. worth $15.00. Retiring sale price
firm under conditions actually -
any any values such as have been sold at 25,00. Retiring
Retiring sale price? sale price .

7.85 $7.95 $12.95" $12.95 j ji i

Boys and Youths Suits. Pants. ..
Mens and Boys .. J
Boys two-piece knee pants suits, dingle and double breasted styles Don't forget
Don't forget made of durable fabrics. 'l't1l'yare genuine $2.50 values. Retiring sale ''J! :
price Boys knee pl\l.t.,05o kind, made of cashmere and l tweeds. Retiring I
$1.39 sale, pi Ice this RetiringSale r 1
this Retiring I Boys two-piece suits single breasted jackets, made of all-wool canal- 37CMen's '< j
mares and Innobhy, up-to date patterns, while the workmanship I of CIOtht
Sale I of Cloth- and finish are superb; their value Is $::1.00,$0.96 and .*3.60. Retiring enla ,
prIce fancy and plain striped worsteds and fancy camslmere pan tu formerly I
.89 v sold for 42.75 and $3.00. Retiring sale price ing. N 0

ing. 'Nothinglike For*).48 we offer an all-wool youth's 3-pleae.ul0, fashionably designedand -, i
stvllshly executed of the most desirable fabrics including Heather $1.69 Iket ,
mixture and fancy oaaslmeren, suits that are ready sellers at $7.50 at well everhappened ': ,
1 it everhappened worth the price. Retiring sale price < '
$J.49 Men's fine worsted dress trousers, narrow itrlped. Something real in v '
nobby. Formerly sold for $4 50 and$5.00. Retiring sale price
I in $S.95 for young men's high art tailored suits In Herringbone striped oasslmeres ,.
and mercerized worsteds, single or double-breasted suits that werethis
I this section !
section formerly sold for$12.00 and some for$595 more than that. RetlrlngHale' price $2.69::

Anticipate Your wants in Furnishings at a Wonderful Saving.

HATS Men's fine dress val-
gloves $1.00 e
Men's lOc quality black tan and
odds Men's 75o negligee soft shirts Men's elastic seam drawer 70o ues. Retiring sale price
t of men's due loft hat mixed hoie. Retiring/ le price
Retiring sale price sale aDo r
dnedo to$3.00. Retlr- value. Retiring price 4c
an s. values ui '
Men's extra flue ,Sl.CO
a ing sale prloe. 39C 39C Men's 15o quality black hose., values. Retiring sale paces
$1.25:: Men's$1.60 Negligee shIrts Retiring Men's linen collars. Retiring sale Retiring sale price 78o
Men's '3 60 soft hats In all shapes sale price price s 80 Men's ]Ifio white and fancy border
and styles.: Retiring male price ope 9 Cents Men's 35e quality black and fancy handkerchiefs. Retiring sale price yp q
hose Retiring sale price 7c-
$1.59 UNDERWEARMen's MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 17* Men's Mo) suspenders. Retiring
hat t I nfashkmableB.hape.
.:J.OO soft and fleeced handkerchiefs Bale price 3Jo ,
Derby ribbed Men's 2Bo linen -
and<.:100.seasonable R"ttr- line shirts and drawers, flBo kind. some. Initialed. Retiring sale Men's lOo white handkerchief. Men's 26o suspenderssale ReUrlnll'sh"d8s ?
sold for Retiring sale price
always price
Retiring sale price price .*..
InK sale price 33C 140s l00x
.. $1.95

Co have decided to retire from the Clothing business and
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and individuals at less than they this greatest of all
this greatest of all offer their whole stock to merchants

sales at the I. M. Mey-

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can buy the same for in the wholesale : erco's.store. It will

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....0... Ureathla*. Taueyeant as Cook: To fell a F...blon M. B..r.._...

According to a lecturer on health lit Be a cook-some sort: of cdok, even a "When I was young," said an old
A Matter Compatibility people that breathe through the mouth, [ : :Social Prank 1820.
habitually the hip's cook. Remember Talloyc nd. bachelor, "at all the fashionable restaurants Established l lFine
neglecting nose, the 'The British authorities I gave him.twen you wrote your order lhal
proper channel for the air
ty-four hours' notice to quit London was the,way to .distinguish 'the really
[Original.] "have short upper lips, flat cheeks, Irregular Ibri.lnol.lIt and he embarked on a Danish .vessel faaulouuble'rwUtuant You wrote. :your

In magnetism there are attractiveand and decayed teeth, pigeon wan. a gay winter In Beverly for America. The weasel was held upat order there whereas lu the common Groceries, Prompt Attention

repellent currents wblch, though chests, pointed chins and. pointed or The young people of the town had sea by an English frigate A one you gave It to 'the waiter orally I

Invisible, are none the leas forcible. dire upturned penalties noses"-a In truth dreadful, fearful enough list of caught tIle spirit of mirth,//lnd as the searching. / paity was tout on board, Ordering In n dllltotilt matter .It Is II Choice; C /lfe's! ,,. Given to All

:Just (o there are "attractive and repellent to tendon progressed gave themselves up Tallc-yrand p'oaded tillli the captainnot thing especially) ) adieu on bun Clients
convert all In
us a moment yet Mail Orders.
r forces In people whlcff are not greatly exaggerated of course 'However to It more and more The shape It took to declare him, as ba bad no liking that ono In likely to got. thl ha'e.1 I over; Teas an:1:1 '
for the Tower of London "I will passyou hence I always Illiod to write my or "
only Invisible, but are only brought out ; as we have heard many tunes, W'jUI social pranlu.. }\ rumor wan stalled Careful Shpment.
off us the ship's cook, wild the der. It kept me aool. But a waiter Household Aitit-les.
under certain conditions.A usually never heeding as we pass iy, that Alan White bad eloped with officer. "There Is nothing else.," After standing over me. mw'tluir! dishes 1

;, II, man stepped Into a restaurant In It Is decidedly Injurious to breathe Smile Carr. The pair kept under cover some wry ,fn PI the prince consented didn't want hnrrylug me., had the

South Dakota and, looking about for a through the mouth Moreover, If we for a few days, tlieii appeared at an and with a very III grace assumed tire power to mtttv we completely." But

table. new another man eating his (upper top to consider a bit, we shall be able evening party together, received con- cotton cap, kitchen apron carving rashlolinbiu rentnura-iU no longer me\ Dry and Fancy GroceriesThe

whom he approached. to see for ourselves several commonsense gratuliitlana, then laughed at their knife and other npptmdiiges In keeping to be distinguished l"y this writing:

"Hello, Smith! he said. "What are reasons that ought to make us dupe. A bull once sot rolling will with his now office. When tlio EugllKti"' business. Writing has disappearedfrom
} ;yon doing bore" supply our lungs with air through the roll on till It meet some obstruction officer douiandod If there were any them\ 'Ihoy are to bo distinguished Best the World Affords
"Hello, Runlet!" said the other. "Sit nose. Taken In by way of the month, French Trench meUU9-
No sooner had the mock elopement paasengeis. on board the cap now by their
down." the air reaches the lung by a much succeeded In deceiving every one than I tale replied, "Yes, one poor devil of a bothersome thluin that call n sweetbread t-
Runlet sat down, and the two compared shorter route and without the beneficial certain boys and girls decided there limping French cook." Being Immediately a rls doeau, n potpie n vol all Largest Wholesale !and Retail Grocers in the World

notes as to what bad happened warming and cleansing process so well must be n mock marriage. called up for inspection, Talley vent and a leg of muttoii a II"ot.- with a National reputation, founded on Quality Square

since they had last met several. years In afforded by the longer nasal passage. The couple selected for principalswere rand made his appearance, saucepan In rhllndelplilii millet, and Low Prices. THE PUREST FOOD
r especially should we take Dealing
before Then Runlet said: George Towle and Jessie,Trozoll. band and with iiirh a piteous countenance -
"But you haven't answered my ques care to breathe only through the nose, Sufficient! "spooalng" had been noticed that the CiiKllxhtnan: laughed PRODUCTS.

tion." thus lessening greatly our chances of between the pair to give color to a wed heartily and consented not to make a hard work
If some (people did more
"Well since you are an old chum taking matter deep of seated habit and colds.simply It Is a merelya question ding. A committee of one was sent to captive of him.-New Yoik Press perhaps, they would have less hart' Lowest Prices Prevail

and I am pining for a confidant, I'll of Towle to sound him on the subject and huh.-Illinois State Journal.
after all.
T, tell you. Five years ago I married a returned with the report that he would Another. Triumph of Art* slow LODK the Bill !...1. Our tremendous trading with the leading American

+ girl who promised to make me the LOT. Potion not object Miss Troxell took time to A young New York artist says that A dollar bill bus nil average life of and European markets enables us to effect unusual sav
best kind of wife. She bad apparently consider the matter, but when It was be was In Vermont on n sketching. trip .
everything to render her lovable. We Love potions as used by the peasants announced that a goodly number of one summer nun dny while trolling about fifteen months. Two dollar used bllla lad, ing. -We give the benefit of this to you.
not actively ,
of being
lower Austria and Syria are quite so

married and on. the honeymoon qunr- generally wedding presents might be expected along a pretty Inca he overtook a particularly sixteen
taken by the person who wishesto and the donors would not be pUtnretiinu fellow on the average more than for our "Table andNome"
reled. That wasn't the worst of It. likely to little who Write us
be loved The common habit is to mouthy. A five dollar bill lives on nu
f\\ We kept on quarreling. In my treatment take them back after having learned of. was sauntering along with a fishing
before Is
It worn
consume minute of average two years
portions white arsenic and Price ListA
of her there was nothing the "sell" she consented Thereuponthe pole on his shoulder and a string of Catalogue
.. called
and the
t u which will In a few weeks de- out government npon
bad used other details of the affair mall fish !In Ms hand lIe
I I not toward women were arrangedby looked so
velop a thin, pale girl Into a plump, to replace,? It. Ten dollar bills lust about Interest to
k i without antagonizing them-and I was checked a self constituted committee of six much the part of the small country boy three and twenty dollar bill magazine of Intense every housekeeper.
rosy beauty. Great has yearn
obliged to conclude that she had a bad to be exercised In taking the care arsenicor -three young men and three glrla.. .. of poetry and fiction that the artist decided more than four years,-Youth's, Com Complete and beautifully illustrated from which you can
n" a II disposition. I think she came to the Ned Tracy and Kate Dexter constituted ho would like to make a sketchof pnnlun. round. Blank order form enclosed.
death results, and when the habit order the year
'. same conclusion about me, and after Is themselves chairman and chair- him, and after considerable negotiation I
once It usually lusts for life,
\\I many efforts on the part of both of us since the body becomes uncomfortable innnesH of the committee and assumed this was arranged for, the lad, In No Baegmius.

,J' to reform our dispositions we finally and even diseased< showing all the full management There was no opposition accordance with directions, perching "Eternal vigilance," shouted the orator "I We Pay Freight ChargesOn
agreed to separate. It was arranged to this till It was learned that himself on a fall fence. As the artist "Is the price of liberty!"
tl' symptoms of arsenic poisoning, If,the of price order of $20.00 or over will
I' between us that I should come out habit Is broken off. they were Incurring the expenses of a worked away at his sketch an old countryman The women electors exchanged receipt any
real wedding, but since Tracy and down the prepaid, to any Railroad' Station East
bore and get a divorce. Some of the eastern nations) use love came lane and stood glances be shipped, freight
It t'' Runlet listened to this with marked potions differently. If a girl loves a Miss. Dexter, who were wealthy, offered looking over his shoulder. "That Is the lame price as last of the Mississippi. -

r r attention, and It appeared to have considerable man and he seems cold, she contrivesto to pay; all bills they were permittedto I' "By gum! Thet certainly beats all year," they remarked and shrugged'

t. Influence over him. give him a drink of Imsbeesh, ob- proceed! at their own breakneck hemlock! !" the pig fellow presently ex- their shoulders. i Refunded if Goodsare
( "They say," he replied after some tained from Indian hemp. The man's pace fore was definitely settled be- claimed admiringly! There were no bargains to be had I Money
thought, "that matrimony Is something brain becomes fogged, and he !Is readyto sent bride and groom would con "Like the picture, do you?" the artist and they lost Interest In the proceed not
to Much SatisfactoryThis
fl half the world Is trying to get Into and believe anything that Is suggestedto extravagant outlay for a asked, with a pleased flush ings.
:: half Is to out of mere prank and for which they might "Oh, 'taln't thet. though It ain't
the other trying get him. The girl suggests to him that so
be held accountable. liberal offer and absolute guarantee Is war.
'I t' For a year I've been hunting a woman she Is beautiful and thus compel him bad. What I meant was the way you Tb. .School. ,
I wish to marry. I met her last summer I to regard her unlovely features as she and Recognizing to Miss Troxell's sacrifice manage to keep tbct boy quiet so "How do you get those clinging ranted by the high quality of our goods and the universal
on a train between Chicago and I desires. keep bar tip to compliance with long."-New York Herald."Whatl" ways?" asked the country couiln. satisfaction wherever sold and used.
San Francisco, and we foil In love with I the scale! on which the prank was to "Hanging from street car straps,"
When I admitted be played, the committee sent her articles answered the city girl.-Washington
e ei each other on the Journey. The Human Bleotrlo Battery.
"I' which formed quite a respectable BI. DIII'.......... Herald.
I my part of It .she turned pale The superstition that human beings _
I, trousseau. said the
This done, they ordered a Judge. "You expect
and told me that those were the only should Bleep with their beads to the
thousand Invitation cards Miss Trox- me to send your husband to prison Men have a touchstone whereby to a
words of love that must ever be spoken north Is believed by the French to have
between. She wouldn't tell me whyor I for Its foundation a scientific fact. ell's domicile being very small, the when you acknowledge that you threw try gold, but gold Is the touchstone

s give me any Information concernIng They affirm that each human system Is wedding was appointed to take placeIn five flatirons" at him and he only threwone whereby to try men.-Fuller. 135.139 West 42d Street: 'New York.

1 herself. Had I known when we In Itself an electric battery, the head Uarmony hall, where such social at you? I

parted that I could get no rest without I, being one of the electrodes, the feet the functions were held as comprised too "Yes; that's all right:; Judge," said Tha ......bm.... Address MM Order Department.

her I would never have lost sight; of I other. Their proof was discovered from many people to get comfortably In a the Irate woman", "but, then, the- one "Is Reggy Improving by his life In
n her. experiments which the Academy< of dwelling The cards were no sooner he threw hit me college w

"I hope," said Smith, "that you will Sciences was allowed to make on the out than wedding presents began to "Oh, :yes; he's already learned to toe u
find your love and be happy with her body of a man who was guillotined. pour' In. A young minister who had Counterfeit. In with one foot!"-Detroit Free Press

d For me, I am only anxious to be free, This was taken the Instant It fell and been brought tip with the boys and "They bill and coo"a good deal""That's Palatka News Job Department
? all bluff.
and when free I shall remain so." placed upon a pivot free to move as It girls Interested was engaged to perform a After the Joy which springs from ,
g Neither converted the other to his might The head part, after a little the ceremony. Of course lie was "Then you"think they are only mock. right doing the purest and sweetest la

way of thInking. Runlet left the next vacillation turned to the north, and In the secret and had declined till notified nal.turtledoves! -Louisville Courier-Jour that which la born of companionship Superior Printing For All Purposes

day, and Smith a week later secured the body then remained stationary. It that at the proper time the bride with spirits akin to our own.

his divorce. He did not see his wife was turned half way round by one of was to say "No" Instead of "Yea"Then -

again and in a year lost track of her. the professors, and again the head end the "sell" was to come out, and

t ', They had no children to continue be i of the trunk moved slowly to the cardinal the festivities were to proceed "with a

tween them either a pleasant or unpleasant I point due north, the same results dance. r

Interest. 'They had come together being r'peatedlntll the final arresta- For weeks even before It was known, 1

as two ships passing at sea and lion of organic movement. that there wan to be a wedding Mr. Don't Borrow Those i Here Some.
after a brief tarry together bad passedon Tracy and Mrs. Dexter were bard at are

with ns little Interest In each other Tha Tobacconist1 KfBsrr* work Miss Dexter buying the trousseau -
as when they had first met. Ono of the most peculiar things In and Mr. Tracy engaging the ball, I

Five years after the meeting of the whole history of signs Is the fact ordering flowers-la short, attendingto Tools Sensible '
Smith and Runlet In a South Dakota that while all other shopkeepers were the details. After the card were outa Again Suggestions -

restaurant they met again. This timeIt patronizing the embryo painters the multitude of matters were thought of

was In a corridor of a hotel. Runlet tobacconist always called upon the that had been overlooked.

espied his friend and, advancing cheer- woodcarver on the continent as well as The only thing. that might possibly 1m 1 We will fit you out with a full set of good tools, for

ily, put out his hand.< In England. As long ago as Eliza I excite suspicion was the action of the I
"Did you ever find your lost love?" beth's reign the wooden Image of the bride and groom They were never four of them and a pencil, as follows: I

asked the other after the first greq- black boy was the favorite sign of seen together and until after the card

.r Ings. the tobacco dealers Later the customary were out would not acknowledge their December 22d.

"Indeed I did, or, rather, she found sign was the Highlander or a engagement, but from that time on I Saturday Only, i

me. Not long after I parted with youI figure of Sir Walter RaleIgh In Holland they kept In their own homes, and Miss Christmas
for some strange reason, the to-
received a message from her. I wondered Troxell: especially woiiid; see no one.
f how she knew my name and ad- bacconists) adopted the dairymaid as When the night of the mock wedding /.
their with the motto "Consola
dress and discovered later that she sign, came on, the committee, who, exceptthe
lion for sucklings." The Indian naturally
had seen It on my trunk while we were couple who were to be mock married .
enough, has been the
traveling together. I went to see her. always and. the clergyman, were the only I '," "
predominant In this although -
She withdrew her objections to our country, ones In the secret were on a tiptoe of
once In awhile reversion to
union, ana we were married." a excitement Mr. Tracy and Miss Dex- -
h' "And happiness followed the honeymoon boy.type crops out with the ancient black ter figured up the expenses and con- One 26-Inch Hand Saw. ; Buyers : :
?" cluded that the prank should be very i if
"Like a never setting tide. We are successful to be commensurate with -" ,
f ,tti a ., **" .
happier every day. Courts of Love the cost When the hall was filled with "-;;; *-" ,
guests Tracy sent carriages for the I
hap- "Courts of love" were established In
piness the middle groom, the bride and the clergyman. Carving Sets.We
ages, whon chivalry was at ;
b "Carlyle says that genius Is uncon As bliss Troxell entered Miss Dex- il .
Its height and love the serious
, scious. It Is so with love. We don't occupa- ter wee much pleased to hear some one
ir, consider why we are happy together. tion of life'The among the higher class of say: "What an exquisite costume! I have them in great variety at moderate; prices.
society first "court of love" was ,
' I sometimes think we don't realize that wonder who designed It" 'The entrance 'I

,y ed we"The we are are woman happy.miserable.must But when"be a jewel.we are" party .decisions established the knights twelfth on, poets century In subtle the and south questions and ladles guests proper of the to pace couple arrange, leaving was themselves a one signal end forth In of I JI'ii ,Ii I 11 :: Table Cutlery. -, ,

i "She Is. Come and see for yourself. with affairs of the heart were given the ball for the bridal couple. Tracy :
I shall expect to dine with this bit worried because There is nothing made that
you us with was a they acted equals the celebrated"Roger's
great formality 1 One Complete Pocket Kit of 1OTools and handle \\0:11"1\.16' .
evening. he sold, "as If they were going to get
1847" make of KNIVES;
Runlet gave his address, and his Spoiled Flcaaare. a divorce Instead of being married." I FORKS andSPOONS.
friend promised to be on hand. Mrs. Meyer-What's the trouble, Mrs The groom approached the clergy- '. .! \l.r :- .. '
When Smith called Runlet; was at Schulz? You are In bad humor this man from the left, the bride from the : I

the telephone and asked Mrs. Runlet morning Mrs. Schulz-You right 'The members of the committee (
see, my i w
to go down and receive the guest ex- husband stayed at the club every night pushed forward through the crowd to Ono E. C. Si mo n'H Carpenter I'c-iicll i Pocket Cutlery '

cusing him till he should have finishedat last week until after midnight Last a white ribbon that had been stretched

-the phone. When be want down night I sat up, determined to give hima across. the end of the hall In order to I Fine assortment of l
Smith and Mrs Runlet were sitting curtain lecture when he got In late, catch! every word and note the expressions Pocket Knives ranging in price

talking In a constrained manner nat and what do you think? The fool of surprise on the faces of the from 20eto **.50.

ural under the circumstances Runlet, came home at 0 o'clockl-Fliegende! guests when the bride should bring out I
to make them more easy Introduced flatter the unexpected "No," I 1

them, speaking words of praise for The clergyman began the service In ,

both. They soon went In to dinner, In he Eighteenth Century. the tone usual to the solemn right of Fine
t where Runlet recounted at the table Women needed< to be admonished regarding matrimony and when he came to the Razors and Safety Razors.

the story of his and Smith's meeting certain details of good manners words, "Do you take this woman to be ;

some five years before. Then he went In ttta eighteenth century quite a* your wedded wife" Towle answered Ono Full-size Hammer, 1 Ib., Polished Head and handle We have the leading makes of .Safety Razors from c
on to say: much as today. At the IIandel festivalat In a sonorous voice, "Yes." "And do I .
"Mr Smith, my dear, was not so Westminster abbey In 1700 a notice you take this man to be your wedded 1.00 to 15, and all are guaranteed. 1

fortunate as I !In his matrimonial af was posted reading, "No ladles will be husband?" the clergyman asked of the

M fairs. Pardon me, old man. I know admitted with hats, and they are particularly bride. Big line ofI'

my wife will sympathize with you. I requested to come without The sensation that bad been ar

know, my dear, Mr. Smith to be one feathers and very small hoops, If ranged for the guests was experienced : '

of the best men In the _rld. Any any." by the committee. In a clear, firm Shears and Scissors '

woman who couldn't make him happy voice the bride answered, "Yes" One Stanley 2ft. Folding Pocket Rule.
Hue. She T.....
la not good enough for him or for any The secret of how Mr. and Mrs. i and Ladies'Manicure : ; ;,\'*.
"It IB strange how' some people cry Towle were furnished with and Sewing Sets.j J ;v.
a wedding 1. :
good man.
All Five for the Price
After dinner Smith pleaded an engagement at weddings which they could not possibly have afforded I' \'tt"fi l$
; c
"Yes, but you've probably noticed $1 I 50
and hurried away. Runlet that It's never the single people who a trousseau and wedding presents of a Save alone $1 ia 50 i I .
joined his wife In her boudoir and that would not have come In a a : : ... ,
cry. less affair has been Tool Sets for / ." ..,
found her on a sofa with a bottle of "Well?" pretentious well I Boys. :r. '
salts to her nose, which she was) sniffing kept by the committee, especially by We have a limited number, and they will I ,; '
"Well It Is who
only the married ones go t :
the chairman and chalrmanesa who
between gasps. realize the of It" Houston like hot cakes. If I \ I
"For heaven') sake, my dear what's Pat tragedy paid the bills. The craze for social you use tools at all, Everything in Enamel and OranltewareT' In fact

the matter?" prank at Beverly came to a sudden I d9<" 't miss this chance. Come there are thousands
of useful fchristnias
articles for
"He was) my bUlbandl"NELAON! .A Cynic. end and has never since been revived. and for t
yourself. Gifts
i, MAXWELL. In the "Cynic's Word Book" Am-

A city of the P...t.Rlmlnl brose Blerce, himself a cynic, gives
The Great J...... i
la Cull of associations with the following definition of a cynic: "A .
blackguard whose faulty vision An Englishman had occasion to go
thrilling people of the past. It was) ( sees "
here that Caesar crossed the Rubicon. things as they are, not as they ought often to aa eminent physician and said "
be hence the custom the to J ame., "You will be tired of openIng -
We crossed ourselves on the very to ; among 1b
bridge his feet had touched. It was Scythians of plucking out a cynic's the door for me." "Not at all, sir" :I

r here, too, that St. Anthony came to eyes to Improve his vision. wen the gracious reply; "you are but a I KENNERLY 1i.

preach and, finding no people who banlt la the hocean." HARDWARE CO ;
would give heed to him, turned In def nat.o LOT Them Th... Another Jeames was accustomed tony .

pair and: preached to the fishes, who "I like dear little babies before) theyhave : during his master's occasional ab- ,

raised their heads out of the water to learned to talk, don't you Mr. reacet, : "You bad better try hopposlte. I
N listen to him. There Is a chapel which Smythe?" There's a very respectable man hop- I

marks the pot where he stood by the "Indeed I dot Before they have posit as we often sends to when Sir L Palatka Florida.
water. In Rlmint lived Paolo and learned to talk there la no danger of William I I. habsent His name Is Jenier I .ra

Francesca, the tragedy of whose love I their parents telling :yon the remarkable ,"-London Mall. i

i r every one knows.:-Travel Magazine. things they-have (aid."-Stray; 1W4w I 1

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Most Peoplein __ Crescent City._ News\ Plorida East Coast Railway. .

I Seasonable Goods I Hon. Wm. local Time Card Ko.: (1. la Effect September 16, UCf.
I Ryan left for his I hoir DRAGGING
In Port Chester, S. Y. last Friday -..-.. --_.. t- _
For Miss Ryan and her cousin 'Mis 110. 8S 110. 21 ATIONS. II. 7S 110. 55'PL

Crescent City Fall and Winter Sales Daly, left foi a trip down the east down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can "-D _S 211ft.!"_ Lv.._..._........_.. .1"u.\llT.. .._...._...._.....Ar_ 7 D.IIL-lopuui 8i1 D.IILCOpIl1 >0ll1aOOpm

coast on Monday. returning fron attack a woman viz: falling of the womb. With this V teem .. ............ $ouib .. ..... .............. 7 tel,.,, 147.11I
generally I wpm' 1040010 ...............*'. Ii.n 7.6&n. I
and Vicinity Prices Low. which they too, will go direct homo come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weakenIng 7 .pm It 10cm ................. 'I.m' S 411Mm"
Qualities All state ,tlmt drains, dreadful backache 5 (u8J._ 21,1I1..!!,_ .............. .... "" I 'uiiiifl, .q aiim 1.
they hope to headache.nervousness dizziness Irrtlablllty. !-
come .. .. .. .
Guaranteed .New 'ikipiu 1iisu( .It. .... 4ugtmetluiu..S. ';1.'" 11'010)
again next winter it hen tired feeling. Inability to walk. losa of color and L loam L SCam
lJ"S iuoe! learnod Goods they hope/ appetite. __!..Eh_ .!!! 'CO:::!: ..
have coming in to make beauty. The cure U V2bput ::: .. .. .. ,
that hj h-cl48S groceries every longer Htay. ... .. .''' jj,:: t,. .:'...:::;:....-. ; ::. ; : : :::::::: :: :: :V !::.... .I :, ..1Tutpua

cheaper atour week. We have those Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Prrtt arrived ; i 1Iupftl Li .... .,......,..,.". ,..' ................... 4 purB i01ll---
cftii I be bought: blue last S UP1l1 il 4Omu. .. ....... ............1111..1................... .. .!IOI '" 11II"n
store than elaewbere.Wo and black Dress week and are Baln at their WINEOF C 'pm 1W"m .. .... ..,. ....... ..Oii uuomjl ................ .. .. ,,",.m I wee'

\ want all the winter Suits for you now pleasant winter home In the north CARDUI mu is Vzput 11pm t nspm D4m.hu::: :: :::: :::::',::::::ji:': .)flreiiClu tOuR.i:::::::::::::::: :: = ;:r:::: 11 4 Earn 411am: .

housekeepers to know this both in men's and end of town. They left Vernien -10 sipm .!!!(1pm' !!._ Ar. "':::..:.:.::.:.:..:1 dt'tf 11':211'!: ',:,:,,.::c::..::=' ". ..!.lu4ilul I. 4 mrsrn
some three or four tlfo..0'1'. ''' \r .. ... ...... I'sFflejtiu.. .. .......... .:I-, 1 eun" tVjni'ii .
They can know by weeks ago, malt 15mm O b"m i....... .... ... tlrueeCil.m 1 U topn,, 611Urlll
fact boys' We
and let carry the log several I stops on tho way down ii MiseR euol''''_ .. .._.. ._..._"_,,&IIgO_ _.1I _J | us quOtepricl's. "'
calling largest and best stock'of and 10 CpuS "iThPIO LV................ .... MnVrl,4.C..A, 'IJ/p... 4 W..Ui
visiting for
a week or more with 1110pm gOO"", .. .... ............ .....lit 1111..1.. g O"I"U ar aSahi, .
Shoes In the city their daughter Mrs. Porter Pier Woman's Reliefthat ..U61pm elo"n, Al'......... .. .. ... .. 'lttiumIIe................... .. 8111>I.m WiL! .
Our stock is always the pont at. .iTiiii.a is.-( ;; Ar----, : :::::..::.. ...IIII\I"'...::-.:::::-.::::.:=ii L.1I: "Iii, re n"u,
BEST and always FKESH. and take pride in sell- Savannah.Coe e 80pm 11 tMutm I.I...............t.4ll0u1 .................. \ 5 OOlIn, 11 loom

Our: Holiday Stock of ing them. D. Smith of New York, who exerts marvelous such curative extract or natural essence of herbs. which lIT= --ilijLv Cl1:,,: ::::::::::::::::::..iltIOt Inlet, he..::..........'::":::tf: il4iifl'::: '' T iriii".: ::: .

Edibles will contain everything Our 5 and IOC Countersare days with :Mrs.. Is Smith, arrived some ton Cardul relieves a wonderful pain regulates strengthening the Influence on all drains female and organs II i4.ni IOfl : 54im 4ljliui:::: :: :::>:::::::::::::Itu Iinckled7o.! .':':: ::::::::=:::::: :: I i 511.1,1 n.m::: t dIal h.tuI,,
ago, having his lots menses stops stimulates .
needed for your full of useful ar- pact[ street enclosed on Pros. the muscles to pull the womb up Into place. t itum fklut.C: : ilOmim 111pm':: ::: :: ::::::::.;:::::::: E.:I :''I I..a::::::::::::::::: :: \i fl7ptlu 1,251,: ii I tails hull::: .

Dinner. preparatory to a 48..ui Olll.m .............. ...."I. 1..1................... ... 10 S8inuu" 12 OII'L
Christmas ticles.CONE. building a winter home, some of the It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints. 1000... 81f.p''". .. .............. ...1.01'111..0........... ...... .. lOW"",, lI..r.na ,l
1I00n Ii1Im. ............ .......I,"..... .................. h 10 I.....i III11 ',",
lumber for which already on the ,llI5am e 41"m ....................!::.uu.................... .. I I I....'" II ii'n
ground. The S 0010 e 4"1" .. ................. .. .h..v". ....... ..... ........ .. .Ie '''.,n II (himui
house Is to be a commodious WRITE US A LETTER "I SUFFERED AWFUL PAW IMam 8 611"n ...................StiLe ri.................... .. I. "au.. 10 t.upiuu'
Orlllle Box)( Mul [riol. one-story cottage and when in strictest confidence tolling us all In womb and 4 2O.m 2Ipuu: .. ................lIute!\.f.! ,, ... ...... ...... h .115", 10 'Zl'uu' .,
writes .,
my ovaries Mn. .' ...
441am i I '
completed will be a handsome addi- your troubles. We will send free adNaomi Bake,of Webster Oraves.Me., : lileili: 401,10 ihjm;::: :: ::::::::::::::'It list.u l'iu':! i..gtiii::::::::::::: :: : '::nun: is V otlit SImmS :):::

tion to the place. Mr. vice (In plain sealed envelope). Adand ny menses were painful diva S'II"n .. ..................ii"'t'. ."" .. ...... ........ ... Of1I.m 1
The Jeal v.ry
Shoe Man, ias the contract for George dress: Ladles' Advisory! Dept., The and Irregular. Since taking Cardul I : Care 441am: : C1lri 4upuit: :: :::::::::::::::.:,:d.:'::I."fot.$ : :.:::::' :::::::: :: 8 luOpii': :::

Crescent building. Mr. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga feel like a new woman, and do not 8670'" g..,$1111." .. .... .............. ..' .4 J ShOt' I
J. W. MILLER.Crescent City Florida. Smith Is one of the old time visitors Tenn. suffer as I did." 7 ""om g tCpm 'I .................,It......... '"
-- -----____ __ __ 7 Corn. 102111'10. .... .... ........ le'uiuu .Miltun, flll'' .
u to Crescent City and one of the most 50Mm 1011II1'''' A r................... \ .,$1'.7' ..11 '"
Weather Iteport. popular of winter .JL -- --- S OOom J.V ................... '.., aplul, ..

City, Flu.. In Cre.cantOtty Ueceintie Tilt trnI. twOit eratlur... for the week .nd that: he has our finally decided residents to have, and a 1010 ...Arl.! ....-.-...-..-.. ...iloruin-. ) .14-dul.I.i..,-' -

tie.. Slln.Deoember. home here in pleasing news to all our buffet Parlor. OHM on trnhtaiii I uiilij --_ ,, )
irtuifi1Christmas for imiiy |I.I"'I''r:
for ..
7 a. m.S p. m.a II. m. $84 briM in. people. It Is stated that Mr. nod 00======r_ :'N: .rr.f----=tm ; n c :rMrtt';--.._=-"" .''''':-_-O'e"'d23 ''''-= -

.- 1. Saturday. .. >s 11 uo 7g oou Mrs. Smith expect to spend a por- No..2'' Dmty MAYPI' I BKANe'1' I No. ..11 U 12
J.. Bun.lKy. M 74(4( 611 7ft M tion of the I Extr-pt. .I Ik.n, ?/" 't'. :

4. !Tuaitlay.Monday! ... (fttf u) 79 70 en 77 im present winter at Miami. u: ___.____. __..__ l''
(1. gu 71 IM g OOpm 10 iOnic S I.n" II ......"I". M "It, III I. ,' ,.,,' ... iI! 1
; Gd; ; mi dnmduy. OH 73 01 n ft) W. A. Cuddy hobo J. ''' ''' 1 I <0. : 1 8 'li'lmuul
I rD \ 0. Thlinilay.I U. 78 70 71 M a religionist g"'l.m io 15115' % 0 molt, U ....Ho"'II..L.\'. \utI' ...I.. .;. ,,, ...., ftrJI''',' '[I
7. Friday.. .. Ill m !>Iii 70 05)4 l ) who claims" to be a "prophetic evangelist I lapu.4Opm::: Jg itoilnn bruufl:: : 0 0 to Mtm||:'lit: t ii I. )'tOII"'I'.v.I i;:: : :: :::::::AlI.u'u..; ': I:,u,.'. I,. .:''i,::::::: :: I i' j ;l'iu.u:': : I:II\1 :Outun,.suu: : 41ni tepuui I \'

g CHAMBERLIN'S.' Rg R. D. WILLIAMS.$ Ob.ert.r. preached at the African ii lisle ? lUutn 'Ij ....... ,......1v j U i t alan I ilupitu
Baptist church last Sunday afternoon For Emergencies at Home : ; : ii ;
g Toys Fancy Chlnllo WAie.. ::! "' ''' and In the evening held forthto EMNSLURANDlCC0ENT&l.Sf.1Sil' :! : ] COXSCCTiW-S! ATitMl.: ;11

II noll'Carrlllges. Wlieelbitrrours, .
R VsigonN.DreI4Bing. IJII Personal and Social. i I a congregation of white people In for the Stock on the Farm Gloss Connection Mailonl A'.lnnil yI.1I( Mi'n'p 1 : cl t AJ !'.1& 0. R. S. Company.SOUIHCOUNU o !

Cnuca, Glove and IJ the Presbyterian church. Mr. Cud;: H allJyvcst.
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'Handkerchief Cnaua. Flcrureii :$ ""' "f dy's hobby Is that he not only Is n ;j'-----
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mid<1 Picture Frames Pocket Vinea IJ E. V. Lundberg and two little boys prophet but an Interpreter of Bible Sloaovs Limnxeivt IT MIAMI .Tiuiil.iy. saluir.Iiy'. ..I.I14ipmAcKBY l.i fl.tV.tNA.'rIuu.mtya.I.OSIIIOOUI.O$ .. .. 13 POn'n
nnd 1 Fancy Bankets 111 : : ; : /
lu Pulatka. prophesy, the book wksr..twiiueouy.: : Q'uuu..ay.; I Ulijin| I Ar I K'n'j t "r-r Tlinwlnn.!: .::... I hoper: ,
Monday especially
ll.ioks) Llldlps and Uents Ink pent of 1.? KEY 'i', Edt''Anuliul.uve.: ...... 0'11.11" Ii. It l I...:\' 111CM i.'tlunraiut's, Monilny..V 110pmAIIAVANA..llr.dut ,,1
Htnnda. I C. A. Crenshnw of New York Is Revelations, the prophesies of whichhe )........... 0 JOjln j I. A..I': I::.:.:: I. ::O..d.y..... SispuTi

Silverware watches knlvea olialtia forks nmlclinrins and fIj rI: among the visitors at Urove Hall. illustrates with daubs of paint on Is whole medicine chest Additional a41n.i,,! : buiw".:-i Key: Woot: nn.l ilnvana.! i

spoons. fobs, rlnRs, necklaces G James W. Long went to Palatknu Canvas, made to represent all sorts L9 KEY WRST....)!""',.]"Ti.| 'rI10.. .. II IMV"' : 1.1'1'! '.' \VA..Tn"M\, .\ n'v.'tiuiirilnyii; oon'n .,;
of beasts which received their AtaAVAMA..Tu., tuuudui.' .. Ii ""..,.1 Ar 1ZKYtVK4'r'iue'iui3..l1umtiirdayo.! H BUm| ,
cut buttons stick pins match LI: Monday to attend to business shape ._ .
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a safes manicure sets; bracelets J$ matters. III a disordered brain. He is an Igno- Price 25c 5Oc C, 1.00 Trains DlncliarRe!; r a'c .i.;;.*rs. rt. !i.ii&i.e.Nus1raumsfers., I
ftnntaln pearl handled J Ja -- --- - -- -'-
g holders pens sterling silver 11"tilimbles ; Rev. Dr. P. B. ParrUli of JacksonvIlle I rant man who lias gone "daffy" on Th *.TimeT.lI.M ulnitv;; ; lh;;lmont! ; ;:;- wMpli i, trnln-, -innr, li. ,'' ,,"nt.d lo-nrrlv.nt end depart
pen religion. Hare Is of Send For Free Booklet Horses.Cattle.Hoc &R:>uttry. ,,,, ., ..
side 1.1 one his prophe- on from the.eYorol Ii, ,10 I ti- li'M I luff li a Irs il I .r.1 ui .tutu lid 'IIII N ,iti.d 14 not KiianintwHlDorUthliComiion.
sewing nets was the guest of relatives here Bias[ : 'I.:. U'litl i I II.I nNit,iijl1.luriruii: ili.1 lii<:-jniti-? !) .',.:uitt. ) ip'ii'OiArlnln:' \ lliMriiOom.For .
combs. -
/S Souvenir Chlnaware. iS iB .J: this week. "For years I have been proclaim- Address Dr. Earl Sloan.. Boston Mass. Copy I..f, tia: LOCAL TIM C,.rD: cr: CUr, Taforinatlon

/ Neckties glnve handker- U Mr. C. B. Went of Winchester lug that. the world would soon seen a "sr- Tlin! TICtfRT; ( AGENT." 4

/9 chiefs.1IlLlIIllton- rown Shoes-ev2 ia IJ: ilaan., Is one of the late arrivals for general upheaval social, and political world-wldo and religious
erv pair guaranteed. iii the season at Grove Hall. Many people. replied that It wnslmlOssibiH -

tine from iOn to 760 ti for this nation to Into .
Candy :r.r.: an a per pound. U war. But lol I ypsteitlay the nntlon
Geneva N. Y. arrived at Grove
g C'hnse & San horn's Tens and ja f j-EI was putting on Its war paint; but, ; '
Hall liMt week. were here for ATLANTIC COAST LINE .
CnfTeea. Fox River Butter. g gu They say the worldly-wise preachers who ;.
Royal Scarlet::! Canned Goods u a season lust winter.Chamberlln's N[leak without studying the prophe- WELAKA. ao \

u g -If the ttu best hove put not tho up.Koodayou "'nnt, ij U store has a bIt line des, the differences storm la will over be, all settled International by- E. 'Wasthley and Fred LivIngston I [; i in Florida. Georgia, Alabama Virginia ; I

g yl'O ua your ordor and wu will got It. IJ; of goods suitable for hollday-pres- rbltratlon. In the face of this apparent of Westclerry, N. H., spent a GROVE HALL I
u I'fttnliMiuo'otiikrorlrri of Je for ulry; to ord.r from tg ; nts, both for ladles, men and clill- pence, I now reiterate that few days here visiting Mrs.[ H. T r. North Carolina South Carolina. (

Look; through: 'our BtcM-k Knura\liiK.wlnn* you. fa fl; drtll. Pretty novelties. the wrath of Und will soon fall upon SUBS. They were on their way to Or- Crescent City Fla.H :; ).
3 nr" nlfr OlirlHtmna Ulfti. We.... tQ :' the nations. We shall have more anUo, where they will spend the The Great Highway of 'l'ravel from ;
sure to Imvoaoiuutlilng to pleane 'ou. fa Chas. W. Benham, an old-time lard times failures, labour troubles winter. f: A Popular Family Hotel {Ij

I1J at ware pestilence and finally a subduing the of Win. Florida-East ITortti South ,
Chamberlin. Crescent City resident now living Kev. J. 11. Davis and wife of Pa- $U under management u West
of U I
my country by a Kui'opean u d. Norton.LJ .
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rrrtcrcccccicrrcBrcccccocoiFine: : : ; ; ; ; : :; : Evansville, Ind., was a visitor here conqueror, who, by the help of a false duclLh. Ky., were In town !Saturday :: In the midst of the best or- .
last week. Elijah and blind church leaders, willet amid Humlay. Mr. Davis preached at U nnne growing section of Florl- To the East, the Famous c
the Northern Methodist church Sun!
The McCormick Hubbs & Co. up a universal church and state :: J d'". Fine boating, fishing and IJ ;i
dny. He will be In charge of the
: Florida and West Indian Limited
government[ with Jerusalem ax [3; bird Rhootlng. Beautiful views
groves have already shipped about its capital Introducing a false Mllennlum circuit III the place of Kev. U. W. n of Crescent Lake from hotel MIi and New York Express. .

: i ,000 boxes of oranges estimated tobe under I a false christ who Rector, who line been removed. Ii J vernndno. Handy to steamlioat R

Stationery about one-third of the crop. shall rule the world for three and a- Rev. MY. Lawler presiding .elder n landing. Board by week fl
To the West
li half years during which time he of the M. E. church Bouth for thla n and month at reasonable rated n
Ladies of Crescent City and Messrs. J). S. and C. A. Hogan of will outstrip Home in destroying BIble dIstrict, wa In town Saturday and n Caters: to Northers Tourists. 3j via Atlanta '
and "Dixie
vicinity wanting something!: turlon, Ind., are at Grove Hall Christians. In studying this ar. reached at tho Southern \Methodist t Write for term Montgomery Route Flyer" 9

renlly nlcn In Stationery::! will They' were nmonx last wlnter'avlel- tide take notice of the chart, for It hurch. j

surely /find what they want at ors who liked the place well enoughto mints to coining events. The linage Miss Ruby Tucker Pomona was | Pullman Cars uu our .tor. We have -It In all of the man Is the vision given to the \ C. NORTON i '
Books all via all
Mrs. F. A Laalerot Detroit Mich., God to the prophet; It Is recorded in Miss Dfsa Ulucock linn returned Crescent City, Fla. : trains as far Kant as Washington, and as tar West as St. Louis, Cincinnati -

II you have Chills or Fever I been visiting in Jacksonllle the 2nd chapter of Daniel. The home from I' visit of several months' and New Orleans ; rates $25.00.
hike who linn mage was seen to have four metallicarts. duration to (Spring::! drove. r.o oo oo oo o o oaoooo Consult the Purple Folder
Is expected here In a short ) Its head !gold breast silver, .
Mr. and 1olra.V.. I>. Allen: of Fruit-
No. 44. time and will open up her cliuigh- stomach brass legs Iron and the and were In town lust Saturday- for details and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations

er's home In Hubbard park. feet mixture of Iron" and miry clay. Hiidlnp the quarterly meeting of the Administrator's Notice. schedules. Call on your nearest ticket agent, or write ',
told the the head
Daniel King that
.lt will get Rid of Southern 1\1. K.: church. Notlco In huroby tlmt thirty I Uttyi' Pass W. D. Pass.
lilt you I Mrs. H. A. Carll and daughters of gold meant his kingdom. But It glvem : FRANK: 0. BOYL8TON. Diet Agent STARK Traveling Aft
Thum after ditto, we, IIH mimhilHtrainntor the nnti -
We '
tIll Giuiruutee Florida.
Astor Jacksonville
u Cure whpn taken Uesditmes Hitch and Wllllmtis, ex. was to pass away and be followed byan Rev. thr.. Bfssant of Pomona at- or B. I':j. Morgitti
to directions. 2f/ c u according llottlo.Fur ipct to leave .New York for their Inferior kingdom as silver i la i-- tended the M. K.': church meeting county I by petition:: !,I Kloi'ltln, : to 'i.:county h-iivfl)nnd utluuof nutliorlty Pntimni! to W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Mgr. T. O. WHITE Oen'l! Passenger Agent
tenor to gold Babylon with its capl- hate last Saturday.::! m'll at private or putillu imlu the follow'I nudi'MTllMHl General Ofllces Wllmlcgton.North Carolina.
m lu nt Inter home here next week probabiy t..1 city, said to be sixty miles round luiulri: I be 1'loiiKtn: :: to the HHtiiti* of
Mrs. I). C. Packard and little .
theSOth. son eumt UiuHtiirtml nnU clMHrillH'tlaii follow TheHI -- ---
llixlKi A Victim's Mill. arriving here about with a strong' wall lI Oft high nnd
A. ItlnuX' Ml.co. Charles reached here !Saturday and '4 of th' ttw M, see It, twp U. reuse it). 10
U'A.:knnwlloii: ft noli. Pomona. James McCormick expected to arrive 87ft thick. lire visiting Mr. Chun. H. l'R klLrd.C..pt..ln ICIVH; |>t Kntriigo\ gnint. Intok.I JOJ, >HKO RTA,
l II. II. KflVlHIII A UO'.. COIHO.' MHO irr, twp D, rnnuit'Mi.1"ucnH,nml 0 IU-IVH In
: ,
HlniCii In Crescent City for the winter Paukiiad his son, and hiM MI* corner" of nw j* of nw MH'O i, twp 11, rnnuei4
HnrrlNoiri Hloro.Htura UuorKcUmiu J>mvtr. He will make his head- POMONA NEWS. bl'other. H. li. Packard and wife are nil. Mouth. tiiitl twftt, to pny tlublM of theUuveHiwtl. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
J.d. KohlltHOU'll, 140V1 lie. xpected soon. They are now somewhere ,
Iliirwit. A Miiiltli.dumiviiy' Flu. quarter at drove Hall. Everyone ls south of Charleston: on a J.a: H.B. MOIlAk.il3lJ5kl norftR. .
J M.I Di'iitun, Clint Blur, Flu. always well please to see Mr. Mc. "Miss Dora Webb spent several iiunch cruising southward and are Adllllfll.lr"lon.u Commission ItTcrdiants.

Lound's Store Cormlck.Tho days with friends In fahttka last hunting and fishing on the way
Drug week. J N. Uautier of Miami came here with Mr. Packard. ; ; ; Tomatoes Pine Apples .
Crescent City Fla. here Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Olmstead were
1"1" up on Friday last to visitor In Crescent City Tuesday Rev.Trawler preached at the 1011th-::!
""" eeeoe e ( during the serious Illness of his Mlddleton business rn M. K.: church last Sunday nightto Oranges, and Early OrangesVegetables '
'Y. S. was a
qotber, who has for two weeks been Jacksonville a large congregation and delivered

A. :I I:_ Spec.oer: : prostrated with a serious attack ofineninoula. visitor Mrs. to Welch and daughter Tuesday.enter I ml repentance.moat able. sermon on.the subject of Grapefruit, Grape Fruit '

Dentist. tamed over Sunday a friend from Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bigger of Fisher y .

Work on the new railway depot at their home town route In for New Orlando Hampshire for the, Ark., ,,are here on a visit to Tangerines 279 Washington, St. New Yor]!:. :
---- Crescent City Junction Is progressing who was en Mrs.. Bigger father and mother, Mr. .

OtTlco at Basldano on Proapfct Street. It will be a commodious winter. and Mrs. J.V.. Eaton. They will

Crescent City Florida rapidly and' In keeping with the Chas. Williams Welaka spent spend several weeks. Sold only on a commisllionbnsi. .
In Pomona Sunday
needs of the business o( the road at the visiting afternoon his sister, :lure.V.. 8. Mid- Mr. and Mm. John Sanders will by To reduce my stock of
StJortns soon move to Saratoga, where they
by Daylight. needed.

Th9 Beach & Miller Line this Mr.point.and Mrs.It was Smith badly Cobb of! Albany dleton.Rev. C. N. Crook left Monday for II will to\live be near during Mr.the!bander's fishing work.season BOas L3 Orange and Grapefruit Treesi ALL GOOD THINGSmust 1

I N. Y.. arrived on Saturday night u short trip down the state to Ocala. The stores are taking on their 85 B. Dones S X Co. oiler for the next SO days, a year

Steamer CRESCENT.Lmm and are again at Urove Hall. Mr. and vicinity. hrlHtmas dress and will soon be exremely old buds to 6 ft. at 23.GO per hun win their

"nil Jacksonville TuxiUyn Tbundays Mrs. Cobb are among our old Service as usual at the Congregational attractive to the eye., dred. nude 1 year 4 to 6 ft. at $:-20.00 upon
oreon and
Snturilayi at Cove,
eat" for
: a m. church next Sunday at 10k: ) 208 Dunne St. New York.
Uncll: I:". .Unncenl City and prlnolyal Way time winter visitors and our peopleare a. m. Christian Endeavor meetingat Quite a number of shad are being per hundred. Buds 8 to 4 ft. one merits. The International
from here to the northern
..' "&"'"''nK.leavMCrMieent nitron W dn_ always glad to geet them. 7 p. m. led by the president shipped markets.Dr. year at ..16.00leI'\ hundred. '
and western has
aye end 7a.m.Wbirf 3 Dictionary won a .
frld.7J' Hondaya been on a cordially InvkeU.\ Prompt Trees strictly firstclass.No .
has Everybody
L. Benham ..
r.:" ::: J: 100'0'Laura esreet.i'lIticawflarf Mrs. 8. taken and Mrs. A. Abshear daughterand scale.
has white fly or
and distinction
foot ol Lemon itrwrt visit to Jacksonville LAKE COMO. baby, Mrs. J. A. imclnsand greater upon

trip with Mr. Benham on the I IClyde baby of Kellevlew, Fla., are here on Reliable lid
a F. REED its merits and is in more .
Line steamer from that place Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gable of Macon .

A. B. TORRE' to Sanford and return. Mrs. Ben- On., are visiting their parents Mr. .1 fficient.iu.lul.anios East Florida Nurseries, general use than any other
..nd1\lrs. J. F. Uable. .
Undertaker and E lb lmt'r. ham's health has greatly Improved.Lot Drayton Island, FI...
been purchased Mrs. James Manchester and daughter work of its kind in.the
block 40
Full line of Caskets and Coffins. 111 T. A. Mrs. Fetrequln, children and
Telephone by C. A. Pratt from Mrs. maid of Cleveland Ohio are at "ggW W English ianguage.f ..
Capwell. This lot Is the one next housekeeping In the Ballard cottage.Mr. .grrr7xrrnrrrrrrr5 >
CRESCENT C1TT FLORIDA residence and In I A. II. Sa,."., tt..I, D.oJ, ol Oxford '
Mr. Pratt's and Mrs. Jones of Blnghamp- M. H. READ
north of Vnlverelty. Knfl ml, h... recently laid ,
block. It l III a very pretty ton, N. Y., are at housekeeping in '
the same FOR SALE. I of It: It la Indeed a nmutnvemoeswerk I It ladlllloult

Crescent Transfer Co. lot. the Carter cottage. I REAL ESTATE. to Conceive of a dictionary. more

City Mrs. C. P. Hale of Denver, Thos. Carson has purchased a lot The executor of the estate of" Edwin exhaustive and onmpluto. Everything!: I bI
Mr. and Daniel Edmonds, and will erect a Crescent City, Fla. In It-not only what we might expect to
Muet .all week and are Ollbnrt deoeasnd., offer for sale the folio I .
trains'at Oresornt City Junction. Colo., arrived last cottage. Work will begin as soon a.. I And In such a worlc,but alto what few of '
aing situated at Crescent
Night train by appointment.S. housekeeping the Ch"mbet'\I\ until resi the lumber reaches here. I TASTE when she buys City Florida: All of Blocks 80 and 10. The Howe'propertyUUres- us would ever have thought of looking '

M. LA JRICE. Manager. dence. They will remain A. K. Gable left Wednesday for Quality ought to have Block 11. Including the Bouthtleld Hotel the fur.A
I cent HlIl"-ls to the
that his now on mar- supplement new edition turn
Mr. Hale reports Ga. Mrs. Gable will reniiijn and furnlohlngs cottage and barn Two
spring. Macon ave Economy. And she ket. LOTS #\ 100. brautrht It fully up to date. I have been ,
83, I. 'well and several{ weeks. lots do Central Avenue, In Block 13. .,
W. B. 8HOT.WELL mother, though now of bin late e buys "Queen Quality" Northwest quarter of Block 26, and part Particular attention given; to looking thraiutriHha latter with a feeling i.
business Bible study service of aatonlahment at ala and
the and oompleteneat
attends to Praise W88.
of Block 21 on Crescent Lake. Terms
Builds Row Boats, father'sorga. estate. held In the Baptist church Burning Jueen Quality" aalr. ,* sur- casb. Foe price and further particular J Crescent City property Hated I j j the amount of labor that. has been put
Repairs boat, buggies and make* all It Is stated that Mr and Mr. Win. at 3:1)0: ) p. m. ItgttaHKADLflCp5. address with me. Into It. II
mils of wood work repairs at bis shop now living at Proyl- Junior Christian Endeavor meet "1 was afflicted with solatloa. writes DAVID CARLL Counsellor Law M Mee" PRU'-"AToetln PronnnoUtion."ln-
Hntohlnsoo, K. church truutlvi. anil .
'orear of hi. held In the M. ntertalnlnir
MEAT MARKET. here' Af" Inn WItS Ed. O. Mud low.vIII.., Sedgwlok county
erpect to come fur the whole family. AlaoIlluatrutail >
Orescent City. Via. dance, R I., Mr. Sunday afternoon. Epworth League Kans., "going about on crutches and 20 Broad Street, New York City. : \ pumplilat
Satisfactory at mod for..a Jong stay. held In the evening.Ovaiu .- NOTICE. _run
work guaranteed ter January meeting was deal of ln. I Induced
In BulTerlrg a p" was 0-ll-tow." Q.& O. MERRIAM CO., ,,noei.
*>t prices.HELP. and Mrs. Hutenlnson resided to try Bollard's Snow Liniment, which AFlM.HlATtOH. or ADHMIHTRATalX' Kilt S'umcAl.Dumutanus. P ....HIR.. DuaioeiaeY

Crescent City-maoy; years and their PAaaTsm. relieved me I edvthroe BOo/ bottles WANTED!: -Traveler for established Six month. after dale, oroo. anil un Men SPRINQFIILO MAS*.
} visits give great pleasure to W. F. Bally, P. O. True Texas writes : Jt is the greatest Hnlm DtI ever uaud! Housi. Twelve Dollar weekly day, r-ehriiKry' the lllh. A nJ'1'!IC)?. I will tie I'
IS OFFERED return friends here. Mr.Hutohln Mr wife had been suffering live years have recommended' It to M number ofrr"'na' to pI..rt. Expenses paid. Reference. with the bounty. Jiitlno i iutn.m founty.Florida .
their many In her arm, when I was nil express themselves us be- Ail'ln1". UKORCIR O.fjiowe, Pal at k my mInd report with returnii.acoouiitend -
with paralysis I a, vouohen nd ihereuupofl, apply for an tjonr..d..rltt. ______
JO WOR.TH-T YOUNG PEOPLKI .un. as a contractor, associated persuaded< to use Ballard'a Snow Llnl.nent | by Id .I now walk without Fin. ll-8O-2t oruiCi', iiliOfl .ll, 'Petition. stow of Iii. isautlut All Veteran or Des-
.....:, *"".*".U':I*"*"*D ..ia* non'- w with Mr. Eaton, built many of which cured her all right I h..va cruitutos. able< to p rfurm .a great omoa, ref final diwluutr. 5. the Aulauhola.Irsteix cendants of Veterans desiring! Oromrs _
'""mil" th.lr, moina or ad....,.....who wtoh to including old frostbites meal dual nf light l labor: on the farm." Via, BOo or Ibo metutle, or 1'. P. A.k."n, d.. of Honor will please apply to
wwna .... her., used It for sores l ....
thoro. ..1 .trmli.n and residences also Faxiti. p. ACKSRMANAl
Rood pok .J.
the best Mr. Patton Andoraoa Palatka FI"\
JJJ>..*writ br nr.tm.mor our ,r..t .half-raw residence In the park, skin eru pilon.. X,. does the worn, [and $l (ID. Hold tr Aokermao-SMwan Chamberlain's l Cough Remedy Admint.trsurhlofth.ItlJutieeF.' D.AI"'IIII&O l1-W-it .
UuMTard Co, I 1er..oed. 5.tU-Sr without delay. _
E.. htdop.nulm.o.and == the Hold by Aokermaa-UUwart; Drug Vtuf Co. CWM GolcU, Croup wd WhSoplng; Cough.
y 11IIUiiruinioeq. Don-d con
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w.. The Palatka News A Pretty Home Weddintf. An Outing FM Teachers.The A Prompt Settlement.

and annual meeting of the Florida General A Kt.,
Frederick Andrew
Mr. Chan. Tracker
Mr. H. Finley
_.. ..--. -'- State. 'reach ra Association will be insurance Co..
What to Buy M IBS Clara Elizabeth Ireland of this Union Central Life Brothers
: -- city were united In marriage on held at St Augustine\ Deo. 27th to Halatka. ., Florida. Gay "
and Wednesday of this week at the home 80th Inclusive The meeting Is Dear Slr- ,
City ,
at the bride' mother. planned for the holiday season so I bug to acknowledge receipt
> ForChristmas Personal mention.Mrs. The ceremony occurred at 1:80: p. hat the teachers of the state maybe of :your favor of th I. date pnoloelnB
invitations\ being confined to the present All the railroads and Central Life Insurance
i m., the Union
u, U N'N 1'r'ef1 MM'K relatives of the bride and groom. steamship lines. have granted a rate Company'8 draft for$2otW In full aettlemontof The Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur
Rev. Patrick Berry of St. Monicas of one fare plus 125 cents for the olaliii under policy 'hem
B. A. Brush postmistress at church ou td ated. round trip mid specjal rates have bv husband Mr. H. Stedman.
Interlaohen, was a visitor in the city The home of Mrs. Ireland was been obtained from the hotels amid Mr.my Btedmnn took thla policy only
this week. 3nautlfully) decorated for the ocean- boarding houses The association. last May; It had therefore cost him stock was never more complete nowand ;

Sheriff Dan B. Bird of Jefferson Ion and dainty refreshment wore headquarters will be at the Hotel only ORB premium : however yourcompany new goods are Arriving weekly.
n' lu and served at the conclusion of the cere Alcazar. f haa been "..
county wall the city Tuesday of
Wednesday. mony.Mr. Among the prominent educators their settlement of the elan. Peaseaccept A tew our specialties:

Presents and Mrs Andrew left on the present will be Dr. Edward Erie my thank to you and your Beech Nut and Ferris Hams and
Rev. W. N. Alnsworth pastor of afternoon train for a trip lo Savannah Sparks of Chicago\ University Dr. for the prompt and atralghr-
the Wesley Monumental\ ehnroh, amid Charleston, expecting to return P. P. Claxton of the University of company forward manner. In which you have 1m' Breakfast Bacon,
Savannah visited tho conference on in about ten days. Tennessee, Ir Andrew Sledd president settled this claim. itjj Genuine German Dill Pickles !
Wednesday. the ulllolent and of KloiIda" University, Dr. Lincoln ,
Mr. Andrews la
1 ( is Very rmppctfully yours
a subject now on
Q. L. Knight; the well-known and popular accountant at the Aokejr- Hully. president John B. Stetson CLARA !M.STBDMAN. Olives in bulk, Pure Olive Oil.

the minds of nearly .' popular proprietor of the Park Houseat man-Stewart Co. and the bride Is University Florida S.Conference,\. Walaer College, president Palatka Flu ., lieu) la: lUOfl.) Peanut butter, Fleishman Yeast Cakes, !
cue of the belles of Palatka, a most
Horahome In the -
city on ---
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everyone. Tuesday charming and accomplished younglady. ,'State Superintendent M. Hollo- All the leading brands of Cereals, =

Therefore theseSuggestions Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howe of Hum- ____________ way, besides and many high school county pilnclplvs.supprlnendetits er1cmfnm (tr.t ci u! omc omLet 1 I Vermont Maple Syrup, ::

eston Iowa are spending the winterat Major Fowler Injured. There will be many pleasant events New Buckwheat,
t : Francis with their daughter, Mrs. In connection with the convention Your Qbristmast'rts ;;;
It. H. Browning.G. Report comas here that Major Ueo. including\ tripe to the bench oyster Graham, .
P. Fowler the well-knowlllawyer of roasts, etc., and It Is expected that = = '
Fine Combination B. Mqbley (J. U. Neok and Silas Hastings, and for many years a the teachers who attend will all have nfS Be Useful Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also

Smith are Palatka men doing jury prominent practitioner In, this city a pleasant and profitable time. ;; Pillbury's Gold Medal,
duty In the United States Court In received serious Injuring last Satur, The Very Choicest of Useful '
Jacksonville this week. day night He fell, while alighting' and! other standard
Moving Picture Exhibit.
Sets Found I
lie at
i. Gift Goods Can my
,' From East Coast Train at Has-
an rtIj! brands of Bread and
James Weeks the HAW sheriff of tings. Every nlgbt for the last week a St.Ora.Every.

,. Suspenders Gaiter and Clay county paid a visit to Sheriff It Is not definitely known just how vast crowd has been entertained InTrout < unniHii likes nlci nick Pastry Flour.
Howell and other officials at the Feainaldes. .
of store
Fowler' by a really .
serious Major Injuries are If It' slue It Imparts a "
Arm Bands put up in court house on Wednesday but Ib Is feared here that owing to excellent moving picture show.. 'During Chic wear.dlHtliiKiilHliHd ..tlo to her I Also the largest! variety of Imported Delicaciesever U

Died, at Florahome, Ha." on Tueslny his advanced age the shock to bill the hour or moieof this entertainment 'toilette. I have a HUH of tux it brought to Falntka including
handsome boxes at <" December llth, 11100) Thomas system will be more or less serious. people abandoned everything nlc. kind-Imported Lace and !1.0.'!I ,

t 50 and 7 Sc. Cooper Tlfden county.formerly Mo,of St. Louis and nnd Ills shoulders.Injuries were about the head. given elsn by the to witness Fearnslde these company pictures allan R Chiffon l'ur mi Collars IctttHl ChrlKhnaa/juxttlix article lift ill Edam Roquefort Neufchatel, Pineapple Cheese.BOTH .

advertisement for their bualneas.The .
bttli., b.. and
rnnrbliilnif anly ill I
The Clown Sirkus" which really
was to artist shows some
Initial have been given by the Athletic Association Had Lots of Money.A clever pictures; : among which are u5etulnees.Ilandkerobi.'rs Ii STXIIRES
on the night of the 18th Voluala county farmer with his the "train wreckers" the 'connterfetters" > too make
Inst. has been postponed to New wife and children visited the city on and others fully aa leallstlc. = moat acceptable presrnta N Ice B
Handkerchiefs. Year's night. Friday of last week, bringing with The big crowd certainly enjoys iiaaaortment to .fn-lect from home it l! Lemon Street The West End
and Embroidered
Hemstitched -
them accumulated savings of thewifs'x the show everyone. !. remaining to the Pretty
J. F.
Sherwood editor the Live .
last.. M Designs. Come now mid PALATKA FLORIDA
Oak Dally Democrat and publisherof parents which they had but mm
"' We have a beautiful the Florida Christian Advocate recently. Inherited through the death .... list' your choice.
Is The? Queen gf Quality. ,
No elegant flock of I
of the latter. an rgJwplZ's'.mJJ? mmI Ii i
a visitor to the conference sessions. AvAv,71i
1 stock of these goods in This money amounting In all to Herbert. Crook at the City Shoe III novelties I In Vases China Cups + i 6 PD

Mrs. II. A. Ford visited Palatka $2tHH). they desired to deposit with store Is showing a full line of the and Saucers. And, last but not ... -- -.- -. .. -- -- ---
white and colors in this weak. She was accompanied to lay Jlroa. but that drum Induced elegant "Queen (Quality" shoes for lenat, Dolls for the ch Ullr..n. '

Silk Linen and her home In Jacksonville by His. K them instead to deposit in the bank. women, a shoe known throughout All at price' that. will provo a realavIiiK '" Lw 1ci Cayal L r bai9 caCRowton's
D. Ackerman. The couple compromised by rentinga the length and breadth of the land as to you In your MirUtmaii pllriii r!
oliavtiil., Come lllo' o"*
anu not)
Japanette in all letters box In the deposit vaults of the a leader In style and wearing quall-- *
Miss Edith Kuppeibuach entertained Kant Florida Savings & Trust Co. ties. This shoe U made In all the : = Holiday Bazar.
made, at 50c, 25c a number her youngfrienlis The mouHV had evidently been accumulating various. shapes or last, desired and M miss Rattle n. fluky
at curds last Thursday evening at the for many as most for real elegance cannot be
and 15c. residence of her parents on Third of the hills were of the old and faded .. Suppose you take. surpassed. H,m urn in"'mmamnv' 'mm'm ulr.'alk'' 't
t strpet. Dainty refreshments were green back variety. "Queen Quality" when you are considering Largest and best selected stock of Christmas

They are beauties. served The couple also stated that they something desirable for a Goods shown in Palatka.'
Chrlstinan gift to the ladles of
Deputy Sheriff Lee Kennerly returned had recently forward to Congressman your
Men's Kid Glovesin last week from a visit to several m Frank Clark for collection. re. household. l lID Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods.
weeks to Hot Springs Ark., and celpt. Issued by an officer!\ in the Fed- Notice to Teachers.
reports that his health IR much Im- eral army during the war for 800 head Ladies' Express Wagons, Doll Carriages,
Dressed and proved by the outing of cattle at $10 per head. This receipt Teachers' of the public schools of
If honored by the government thii county will kindly observe the Velocepedes, Tricycles, Bicycles,
Undressed The I. M Meyer Co. are going out will bring the couple tilXX moie period from Deo. 22, to January 2, aa Undervests Horses.
of the clothing business In PaUtka The government does not pay interest Christmas' holidays, 1m Hobby

Most gentlemen like The business I was established by J. on claims of this kind, which L. K. TUCKER 8upt. and Hosiery Christmas Cards, Books etc.
L. Loeb In this city about 2fi years usually have to be proved before be. ,
nice ago, and since the fire in 188 i the Ing paid ut all. 'Special Coml lsslOi r's- Sale.' 1m Fine assortment of Books.
business has occupied Its present It had gotten noised about the as well as Gloves, Neck

Neckwear. stand. community where this farmer resided PUIetUANTFlo nti. order. and decree ol wear aud other ladies fur- Thousands of other things.
umh r lira IWM." by the '
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Middleton of that he had a large amount ol Hon.J.r. wills, JiulHf tee Olri'ut( Oourt 'm nishiiiRa/ in all the beat Come and Our stock is the
Pomona were In the city Tuesday. money In hiding on his premises In and for Put 11 in it County Floi'Idii. INUHANOKKY for fall and winter. L see us. largest, I
X of 1 putitinuoftornella grades
We hwe thousands of ,In thuiniittor the
!:! With them was W. il. Ellis a and being afraid that some rogue .
1 Ooodwta Administratrixof
prominent Wisconsin attorney who might hear of It and attempt to rob tux Htute*of Oliarli J.IIH.tJoodvUti IIMLHIIMcd rw.'Ve want you to see our
beautiful patterns in with his family will spend the win- him, induced him to bring the moneyto v.. M..l\lu"lIle Mohmv, ..t UH! ili'fvnd-, new line of
ter at Pomona. Palatka for safe keeping. nuts to iwll tlit. following''' land, of mild. c.- I ROWTOW
Four-in-IIand, Bows, lute for lUu puruuNe' of UlHtt'ibuUotl iiniutiHhtlm New Style
There Is of other :
to.,entitled thereto I will otTor ntRtlbllo
Etc. which have just Superintendent A. L. Glass of the this section In hiding In stockings Httht to the hl"lm.L( nod )w.t blddur Dress Goodsfor
Atlantic Coast Line Hallway whose and other like receptacles which .h. in front of the front door of the I

come to us from the will resignation was accepted lust week, might better be earning somethingby Court Ploildn' 'House, on in J'k"T\\' Putnam F $ ': ::: !I'liDAYUI'JANUAltYII.7.du11I1I the fall and wintpr Special: Dl.sciiuiits to Siimluy Schools.
engage In the phosphate busi deposit In our savings banks. tux |logo l season 100(5-07.(
New York Market. ness. He will continue to reside In hours of Htilv the ...I low I UK real inti,tn Hltuiiteln I
Oalnesvllle.Aithur His I'nlnnm UOmn y,Florida. ,to-v\lti Elegant line of
All of that certain triiit, 'lot or puriul. of '

What's the matter It. Caramel of Jacksonville Tom Williams, one of the nine nil laud Oink:dmei trtnt;Hwd iiiiirkvil: : HH ulimtnif Mtninlintfln, :nt: ,tlio In renter the or-of Millinery.
with Is here this week shaking I hands with prisoners to escape from the Putnam UIIKU IIro"8 nliout, ttnvtm rods from the (Kant;;
aFine his old friends and attending the county jail. on the night of Nov. SOtti/( ,. )hou1lOI.y, of.tho HVniiip lMir sessions of the conference. Mr. hunk of the Ht Johns River,on I otHKVHN(7l :
SilkUmbrella Cartmel will take his old place In own returned valltlou.to jail He on preferred Wednesday the of county hie- ((!(10)Mouth,)/In M-'iaioii of KitiiK F1VK'TWKNTY-MKVHNi27t in1. In 'lov\iiHhtn TEN:;! Miss Kale I. J Jp -== Putnam: : ZEPla.ei.rinra.sicsrPALATKA. : : : ==- IJ

the choir of St. James church next prison where there Is three am Mast und running' theme taut: until It in.txrcepbrllhieranning FLORIDA. I

Sunday.F. meals per day, to sneaking about North thou from',. I14 Northstuny W. = II
rle JohiiHon Northwest corner I Palatka Fla
? and "husk : Drugs Chemicals Druggist Sundries and
J. O'Hara plead "not guilty" to swamps living on *i.ld line Twelve mid Fifty HundredthHcIitthii ,
the Indictments for peonage In the lunches. ," a la the prodigal ditch running. to tontor JII.Luud of n West tertulti 0111"1.ditch 1,'t hreeitnillFotir mild Patents. U

Lots of them- here U S. district court In Jacksonville Wllllaina went to Engineer: Dumas (I A-I);thence went i along editor:: of I, PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
yesterday, and the case is probablynow just before train No. KH! was leaving Hi.Lif, dIUli I to the Ht; JohnH Htviri them
for trial. Jacksonville Wednesday morning( bouthuilv long bunk of mild.'hrLoII point reese GAUDKN SLED. Agents Mallory Btemmhlp Linn, m
on Indictments were and stated. that he was one of themen "h'eeU"Vo.t, of aforesaid. *>uk tree; thence ; Sall 111I1'fir mi, !inn!,mi:.u' 1111,1)11II1,:) H.! at!!\m + + + .
Men's Fine also returned against U. F. linrrell 1-iiHt, to iMttflnnliiir. LuntulnlntC "UII'rYHAIWI.D
and R L. Arant.T. who escaped jail at Palatka, ncitfH.inoro or\toil. New till week at b --
and asking permission to ride to thin t:. M BRRYDAY.Uulmulwsloner.. ill oJ77J77J9\991L'L1lL t1L1 GCG CCl'CCaAC11Ar1.101 100i'01ECLLLLLaW
J. Watklns of Orlando IH here as place, Mr. Dumas referred the .
Shirts, a lay delegate to the Methodist Con- matter to the conductor who grantedthe E. EHAsggId.l.'uulI..llor I'utltlolior. THE NEW YORK ;= W blush AnnounceThat
ference. Mr. Watklns Is best known request and who wired Sheriff to >

as the orange king of south Florida. Howell to meet the train on It. arrival !
Bath Robes, His recent sale of his big grove prop- at Palatka. Williams wall DeliciousBon 5 and I Oc Store i iHhiidiH = I have purchased a First Class Stock of i

erty at Kocutue. for 'IJO.OtJO( ) < Is freshIn back In the jail by noon of that day,
the minds of Florldinns. He says he did not enjoy his liberty Bonsand Staple and Fancy Groceries I'I'r
: Elegant be had to lay out In too = We are showhCii Ilne III 1ylndow = ;
; swamps
Rev. Dr. P. Ross Parrlsh pastor of much and often hungry. front jffte"I'| lliHt-LhtHN KoodH, Fresh from the large wholesale houses aud solicit a share e

the Snyder Memorial Methodist Williams was go under arrest for \iii 1\1 Y n MiivliiK IIYe of.01 ulM<1 >I.\\'h..r.ut linlf' ..what HULI! nn of your patronage. All /goods bought!( for cash delivered free n

Hosiery. Episcopal church Jacksonville was grand larceny. He Is described us"dudo a Chocolates ;.I Alms' n Hint In IJmbrtlhtii. of IliHt ; a anywhpre in the city. Best of attention given all orders R
among the vlsitingelergymon at the coon" of the ginger cake va '" quality ut low prlt.it.We
conference this week. Ihe Larry ovary exlnnstve line In
Sweaters for Memorial belongs to the northern riety.On Wednesday evening Kheilll All Homa-Mada candies quart Agate pot goodx from n pint cup up to d j A a H. L, Miller. =
branch of the Methodist family. In OliiHHHar*we carry the Inrut'iit H
Howell also received word of the ar
There are several old of rest of the white boy Alvin Horton Something new added liotloti,Cur: Pottery In Putnnm mock C: ,:\\tY'II.; lurtfeHtoi jij R Qraiager's Old Stand, Upper Lemon St. Palatka, Fla. ymccLesccn
Men and Boys at Baldwin. He also la now back In day. 'k In Horti'lnl'n Oupit and amiurerx. .*! m
St James!. E. church In the city Horton Is kid every Platetl.'rurenn..In oo..ph'lo. lu fiat cries nanxnannnrJrnrlnnn mnrtaotrrrrrrrnxvivxsv1Ve
this week and all are receiving a jail. Young a> degen Wa have vvurytlilnu, for hush and H ---
4 crate who has served time on one 01 L. A. SMITH table' use H
warm welcome front Pilatka people.On .
And when it comes toChildren' ,
two occasions. He la awfully "tutl"and A large selection In Waiters from l..I
the list of be -
Clothingwe mentioned Revs.ex-pastors Hilburn, Honlker may Is lacking In moral and mental 1 Lemon St., Palatka. HkJ up.We wail Ittiul, 1 III our liio pound .Lll.
!" per
are now< prepared to furnish to order all klmU of
Is In
Williams Woodward and Gates.Key. qualities. He jail for breaking enndv-none' 'better sold' riYCa .
know and entering. for pur pouail.
we can
Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber
Father Barry wall called to AMan'sHouseIs
please the mothers of Seville Thursday morning owing Parker Pardoned.The Much aa

to the serious illness of a member of state board of last New York 5 and loc Flooring Ceiling Sideing Caseing Etc.
1'alatka in our his church at that place. He wentto pardon His CastleIt t ,
Crescent City from there, wherehe week granted a full pardon. to old Store, and would be pleased to/lgure with you on your next
F. Parker sentenced al t
will hold service this morning, man Cleorge order. Klnir un up 'Pliima No. HI, or call on us at our
X Fine returning to Palatka this afternoon. the 11KIB spring In this term county of the to Circuit two years sourof I It should be fortified, protected Lemon Street Boyd Blink. It factory on river front foot of Old U a. & F. Dock.

Chiia. S. North whose' home la at the penitentiary for thw larceny of s with good paint. Ten houses are M PVLATKA KLA. lit Maull Manufacturing Company paiatka. Fla.

BusterBrownand Rice Creek and who some weeks ago calf. It was only. year' or two before .. burnt up by slow decay, from not lit.l l 'LrJn1m'AImoE6JIIUGMmllllg'glS11erhll'a' ,. :: !
went to Jacksonville to work for the this that Parker had been on being properly painted every one ....
Clyde Line is supposed to have been trial for murder from which he that ii destroyed by fire. And yet It
drowned on Tuesday the 4th. At emerged clear. But the killing and COMI but little to keep a house well Smile Goal
least has been heard of him eating of this calf was too mach foi r r" twI4A+1tiKr : WW\N Whl : L. r : 'n U11'is.1' i E !
painted, if the tight kind of paint By virtue ol loud 1 Kxuuutlon l .uiM nut 01 :
since that date and his Jacksonville au unusually patient public and he thitOlivult tourl of Duvul
u tued. The best In the. llolinlv. Klorhlu
painter :
Reefer Suits.And friends fear that was his fate. was convluted. It la stated thai t In favor, of Joinniliipr.,: .:Guar Hiuwultl amt
Parker Is broken down physically, world cannot do a good Job with Joint'louilHfulitt, plillllKm an.lummlinut' A We Furnish Strickland's
but five a good painterPATTO tlonipnny: VH J..hlllt. M..r'.lllIIvo. lovI,'"l
poor paint
Grand Chancellor Horsierof for his
Henry and the petitions pardon wen upon cud will soil nt. luitillu outcry for.u.h. !
the l\Ien- Pensacola made an oltlclal visit to numerous and Influential, among to the highest bidder' In front. of mho Cour
St Johns lodge, K of P. Thursday them being the supervisor of state. HOUHA dies. of Flitiiiiiu Ootlntv, lit Piiltitlcit,
Klorlilii' ,oil thus 7th day of Jiinunry. luff,durliiH
There is nothing quite evening and there was a large attendance convicts Bud the commissioner ol M'SPAINTS' the lUKul; liour of wde\ all, tlm rlulit: Good Bread
of KnlirhtH After the agriculture.It tltlB,mill. lutvront uf the odd John R nfor
t so elegant in Pattern, business session. of the order the is not known whether Pnrkei ton In and to th'ollu\\"II'1I tluMurllMtl. IIIOLHI
Finish and Fit as Pythlan Sisters were received and will return to thla county or not. wilt ropurtysltuutal| In Putnam Uounty,tu i is not only I SUPERIOR
ai elegant collation ended a most Lot Jin ckLllnssln'.AddltlontoPnl- Groceries $
enjoyable evening Died In Atlanta. atknllIgb. I X,und tots. Rand u. 111 Black but so also are his
the Celebrated v,1'Ilil:\ .nand II III Block*.._.,In the Oltj"B !

T. F. Jennings for many years a R. F. Lyon, an old citizen of Put o.HOWBLL': Hhorirr, '. Buns Rolls Cakes
prominent: citizen of Florahome nam county aud who resided at In '"" "o'County II'lorl"a., ,
Griffon where he was engaged' In sawing terlachen for many years, died o -J M.O. JORDAN? Every Dayin R
hickory timber has purchased a mill Bright disease In At last /Sun Attoruuy forcloiiipliilnantii.' H7.KXIanil >> M Pies Etc.

at Crystal River where he will engage
day.Mr.. Lyon with his family went t WANT..D- promillont mOllthly mdg.asln. the
In the same Mr. Jennings I

last with the One Stanley 2ft. I i with; Iarqe. high-ideas ciruuhulml I Suppose You Try Them
Brand SuitsFound was In the city Tuesday en- Atlanta summer purpose la nl;roproontmltlve to Ionk after rouxwais,
route to his new place of business. of engaging In business In tha .snd h..rou.e "h.or'lllIoli' IIMt III 1'.I..lk". I If like them the wag
He .says he quits llorahome" reluc city and It Is lees than two month All Five fa tliinliiK vli-lnlty: Inturoit, oil a front':'.: 'V..I l baste, with' u .con- Year.Our you
tantly.O. ago that the News received a cheerful bll.I......urtMitpil F. to your.. In'.. luit the on will call and get your
only at letter from him stating. that h $1 50 not '.....nth>l. V. Wlllson for the past year or was pleasantly located. His deal ofaSlWe Hunt' piraiin. AAA nwm. Se. Goods are Fresh and New orders from time to
morn Palatka agent for the O. S. JtV. ; will be greatly regretted by hi* nu Htutloii u Now York, li-Mjl{ >> and we would like to have CLEAN
you is
Ry. has been tendered the agencyof meroufl friends at Interlachen and I Ii lithe Our Bakery
i the company at Tlfton, Oa. and i county. Mr. Lyou leaves a wit; have a limited nun FOR SALE-Dlnlnir Room Suite call and Inspect thorn. ? i The ProductVIIOLEJ;
will probably accept. 'rhe new and children. hanging and parlor lamps One toilet If It la not convenient
seven for
M. 8.Brown's place. carries a considerable increase like hot cakes. Ifdgp't ; lI..t. mid other household ,code.. Hi to call you SOME. ,
Juat phone
reasonable :your order In to
of Mr. Wlllson has mad. prices Enquire Room
salary. C. H. Brunlull. J. U Rankin, miss thit
A many. friends here both socially and 1'ractloa1l'alotera. ArllnRfon\ Hotel. No. 84, aud It will receive prompt 0. L. Strickland
In a business way and all will regretto I and see fo'" and careful attention. ,
his intended We are practical paint maker.. .I i
learn of departure .
We have made. the L, 4: M. Faint Ol waaaaabaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas i Grooms' Old Stand.Lock

The Woman's Club held its meetIng machinery for the period of oue-lhird ol vsions ) L. C. ___,, ..... J
Friday at the residence of Mrs. a century. f asonaolUyH\ for Busy Buyers. Stephens I
Peter Gardner. Reports were read Our machinery produce. 10.000 gallon. ? ,
by the delegates. that attended the I of Lat M. Faint better and In leas time, Allow me to assist. you with helpful suggestions In selecting :: and GunsmithDealer
State Federation held at Tallahasse, than 100 gallons can be rade by haodmldng. = you Christma om. Klrby and Morris .
followed bv articles Adulterated .. SiiffKfatlon, No. 1.-A Pretty Becoming Hat from
} CohJIJUalJel) which dainty rqfeehmenrs. wereserved where a painter use. Its pounds,. Suggestion No. 2.-A Lovely Silk Shirt walnt Suit. I Machine'' ,
by the hostess The next YVa give your customer the best job It i Suvireatloii No. 3.-A Dainty White 8i11l'twalat. J ]}(cycles' and Sewlnir

i meeting will be a social at the home I the world with L. *; M. because the I,. A MiiKireatlon! No. 4.-\ Stylish' Belt, all styles 15c to 3"0, e AdrMg Ml9 Sewing Machine X:e/lU.
of Mrs. W. A. Walton, Dec. 21st. M. Zino hardens the LAM. Whit SuKTKcstlon No.)5-A Fine Lot of Waahul.lo Neckwear, ,.
r' Press Reporter.Anyone Lead and make L. A: M. Paint wear Uk e many dlll'orcllt designs from lUo to OOceai-li. and SiippH

FurIJJ.hJIJU Store wishing handsome Christmas Iron for 10 to 15 years.' PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. FOR SALE.-Two full-bluoded Bicycle: Sundries, Etc.
Actual coat LAM. about $1.20 pel ;
presents would do well to call at l Boston millinery Mrs.Arletts Manson, Jersey Helf ra, U montha olj will

I Palatka, Fla. I block H L. who Ernest's is handling, In the Almon Merryday Rosen gallon.Falatka Hold by, Fla Kennerly Hardware Company! Store, Ds.lgnerease.eeeseeessee.eeeeae.eseeeeeswa.ae..e.e) be oerly sold, at Palstka.t4 a iBorltloe.. See S. J. Ken- z o. ,EARLS,;

,I berg' hand-painted china. 417 lemon St. Palatka, ,I.,

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