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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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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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SERIES VOL. XIV NO. 51.
"i NEW PALATKA: FLORIDA, FRIDAY\ DECEMBER 21. 1906. $1. Per Year. :'

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I g W i S $m fi ;' Wylic ChrlHliniiH Mission Christmas Tree. i :' mi!'BIIIII intnir wnuwi imi 1 HEAD-ON COLLISION.Atlantic .

A (ruin U to Im given tofchnphllilrnii
of rhi \VylU Mifmlon In IrTherit Christmas.A
\ the. \Vllo, "nchrinl inure lib H o'clock Coast Line Treads

n., THE E s ttmltfhl.. Thnnt, ill I be .Hltifrfnfr r,,oltntlunM Meet at Full Speed Near '
NEWIMPERIAL
and HI\III.i c IHUH will UUlrlbure M
I the prpftonfa. ND It cams to pass in those day., that them went out a decree Orange Park
Those of the oltyilHflii'ititf! topartlo- I from C'uesnr AuKUHtun that all the world should be taxed /
t'r { IpHti\ In Ibf .>nti-i'tiitninfnt 'will be And( thin taxing wan first made when Gyrenlua wan governor On. Killed One Fatally Injured-
I ,, --- ocudiii.!< <. ted Ihfnui- H tallyho\ which ot Syria). And all went to be taxed every one Into his own city. = Others
l "i will niiirt from tin ltiriiuiii I'hnrmftoy .- And Joseph also went up from Ualllee\ out of the, city of Nnnareth. Seriously.
e t' a 1 pioinpily I at 7 oVlook. Into Judea. unto the city of David which l h. called\ 1 Jiethlo- Train No. 82 on the A C. L., duo to
; U. M. JtulfP. Bupt.HuAiir : 1M hem ; (bncaime he wag of the house and Uneaten of David :) To be = leave Palutka for Juckacmvlllo at
? swellest Overcoat of the + .. taxed with Mary his espoimeil wife, being (great with child. And so 6:16 a. m. was several hours lute on
/If > FLUVTEI'Ixo. it wits flint, while they were there, the days were nceomplinhed Tuendny mornliifr.
1 year and smartest design lM that "he nhnuld ho delivered. After leaving Orange Park and
Unllln.tud! rood and HUM III thO B to 111- And MhM brought forth her first born Son mid wrapped hIm Inftwaddllng while going at a Rpeeci of from 16 toM
,{ r 1 brought out for many a ([E ooh located, juat be,ov the hoi.it, I'r08e- = \ olothra, and laid him In a milliner; because there wan no mllug an hour tills train hud ahead
elf N oa ugnlnst It ttO'l oauaos heart !pnlplta-. room for them In tha Inn. on collision with .a heavy
'l c season. tlon. Whon jour kraut. tr..ub'oe' you In And there were In the came ronntry Rlmphordu abiding In the freight coming south. As near an
fl r that way tnke Unrbluo for n few days. = field keeping watoli over their flock by nlchb. And lo, the angel can be learned the collision happen. '
I f i You will coon bv all I iKbt. liOn h hot tiP. of I hM Lord came upon then, and the glory of the LorI Rhone round I eel about 10 o'clock TupRday inoinIng. -
j I This is tho Coat you will IIet! Hold l by nki'rniiiu-HtHwart Drug tin.Towuny'NCboon about then I nod tiny were core afraid. 1 .

1 t i I worn by nil the brat dresser And the angel said unto them Fear not for behold I bring Both engineers and firemen Jumped .
: .. (M>o pound atGurrry'M. = yon good tldlnga of gr"AtJoy, which hall bn to all people. and saved their lives. EngineerW.
h-: } S< this winter. Dignified!, simple' \ For unto you In born this day In the city of David a Havlour F. Shelly of thlsolty who was oil

i J j uriatrocrntio st. whirl In Christ{ the Lord the pnssengur engine, struck stump
in the
:.i extreme it
";, I''! .And this nhnll bo a sign unto you ; Ye shall find the babe P and his shoulder Is broken and his
1 ia thoroughly. a Gentleman's Order For I'll IIl1cation.n M wrapped In wiuidllnu; clothes lying n" mnnurer. body otherwise badly bruised.A .

'b if [ tin Circuit Uourt, Klahth Jiitllclnl Circuit "" Andlddenly there wa with the angel a multitude of the [ young man 'named Bailey wLo
J garment. Equally appropriate Piilimm L'oiinly' 1oIurldll.-11I Oliiui'O "" heavenly host praising God and saying! | was acting as helper to the expieunmoBHUjfer
:!'. # b I ; as n DrfHS Overcoat or an evol'YJ' *." '. was killed and MRBHCII-
I I ltd luird N. Jonu ) Glory to Ood In the highest and on Earth peace good ll.
net V. Calder Is so badly Injured
'I day You VH. I Bill for
CJl1vP1lie11Ce t
run
Sl" E J. !R WlllliintM.i'ompnny, | Unnc.'...- .""_ will toward men. 'j"j"q that[ It Is thought he cannot recover.There .
D o from tho picture thn. OistinKuishccl aUol'purnUOtyuto' / lion ofmitt Luke II: 1-1-1. I were several other train hands
I Tax DuedMPciuoch
I ros&Co look this French Hunt A W,,"t 41oiiip'y Kto. who received serious and slight Injuries. I
new n(!Uo'purat1U11U et Ills I I'm mm'' '!:HHIN.IIW I :Dv nviriin'! HDIIHI, mHt.JiitiKiiiHMiiiijviijuii: unum1: mi in: mi inuiF' None of the pafwengcrs tie reported ,
Fine clothe. MakerBalttnuriandN.wt Flare Hack gives. You will 4v ( I nilnl ___ ___u_ as Injured.
npppiirlnu' '
k bin ,illoil in the:: above Stilted::l: iOlt.::; --- 'Ibe engliifs were badly dwniollnh
h like the modal.! ; buy u g nuui .I. I*. WlllliiuiH fuinpanv' a Ooipuruthm THE APPOINTMENTS.The J L Jones; Urn-tow. J P Hllburn; ed and the express car is a wteck. '
iinilui. tlio luwit of thu Mtnttf of GeotHlii, cold Lakeland J K Canon J
; Mulberry, These are reported as having been
PdiuoL'k, ll alta West iUiinpiiny. u Ooipo-
KIRSCHBAUM ration t under, the InWl I of the:: title: of Ooortflti P Blocker; Fort Mniidc, F MX ton ; tolf.eooned.
GARMENT the fMiiiliilitH tliwreln tuutuHl' sure nonri'HUItMitrt Methodist Ministers at the Bowling Green '1' 1:1 Armisread ; Ar- No trains were able to pats Until
of tin Htutti of Florldn.and ImthMiipurattuiia Conference Received Assignments c"dllC W White; NfJe"t..e.J, II
ore .Id"o l of the lily ofHiiMimuih Wednesday, when the railway company
in this style and will like the. In the H'nllt of UnoiKlu. over the on Monday Owens: Fort Myers, John Beers; ; succeeded In clearing\ the
""" you Coat. In no other make can you + 1150 u>f lw.mty-uimfitiH, nml that tlivi"" liIK AlvaIT Mitchell ; Browimvllle, O wreck. In the meantime Atlantic '
a\T find! the. same unfailing) good style materials and line liaiul-tailoriiig.! wliuiiitlm|Hrnoii wtrvluM la tliu of Nude HubMVtiu of tlorlila would. upon hindHiU'lxlHfitiitlHiitM Morning. H Thompson ; Punt Uordu, F WIttirrlnKton Coast Line trainscama Into 1'alatka

) Itlrt tliuntfore oiduifd' that That the real Interest at a Mxthollst ; Wauchulla and Zolfo. over the Florida Kant Const ll'y.
,".L'V" urn Bole HK.-ntn for (lie celebrated ]{II' chbllulII Clothing. Hiihl iion-r.*Hl..,lMiit iMiftnutailtH 1 bn and ore annual conference cent rea lu the H J Har doe. ; Winter Haven T E 'IVlflgrams to his familyu this
"'It olfcr you a splendid selection of the beet of these uncnimlmluruiinentHut horoby i-uciuin-d to npiwiir" lo Ui" 1111. of i, final hour was shown by tin lingerness York; Gardner Mission Percy city from Mr. Shelley" are reassuring,
pilcHH! from (!U uJ p. We have All I the latest' )'every.LIiln Pi>iiip1iilnt 1110'" in.. HiiUl of 1 Junuitry CUIIMU' on A.or!>befoie.. Ian, with which the ministers liHtened teams[ ; Everglade M M Loyd. hut It Is known that he i Is badly In. I ,
Hue! and nivdhini HuliHnnil Ovcrcontu at nil prices and \::: 1"tn.1I: :I n.I ::1t ofialil .hill will: IH to the list of appointments. as read TAMPA DIST,-W M POAOB, P. E.'rRtUIJn.FlrAt Jared.
thiit'H/ g."lln) Winter Furnishings. Come and e..e1M.. tUkull IIM(M>llfHIHul hV Hltttl. .iMtftMKllintN.U hy the bishop Jilut before
presiding There is. and wide-spread
general
In further : that thU unlor Iw church, WK Finer;
),
." .. OIH'N orweek for foil i* ounweuutlvetvrrkN final adjournment on Monday morn- Hyde Park \V J Carpenter; Heights, complaint throughout Florida regarding -
Ill.. the 1'iilntkii.' News, a tiitWMpiiptirpnlillHhiHl Inl(. Every minister war, preient.Some L W Moore; City Mlxslon, C H Horn.ners the condition of the AllanJo .
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and HtuteMtnt
Fearnside Clothing Co. \ *..hl inv wed hand Oouiitv",i,1 ollluhil "'RI tlda were pleased and others disappointed ; Gary and Port Tampa, F Mo- Const Line U'y and its service in
tba NII Ally 011"0"lIIh'r "M". but all go loyally to to theirwork Cluny; Tainpu, Ybor City T H Nor- this state. The following
best. of It.Hunday r'
JOHWl'H PC and make the wood Italian HWEKPINO INDICTMENT '
; Tampa Mission. E
W-tHcnl. H AM] PTON. Clerk Circuit Court.W. was a grand day for Method Ohldonl ; Seffner'r.i Phillips\ ; Ala- of the company formed a part of the
Palatka Florida. Hullultor for rorUuiiiplnlnnnt. IT- l I HIII In Palatka. all the e.angelloalpulpit. fla, '1' H Wllllflins\\ ; Parish M T Bell ; resentment of the grand: Jury In the
3. J being occupied. by visiting 1'"hn..tto.V Tompkles; BraldenH i Marion county circuit court last

T.nwnity'w Choooliites. !to( pound at clergymen E Partridge; 11"natee.V C Norton week and in connection with his
Querry's. The center of Intereat for Metho- ; Oneco A M Gardner; Sarasota tccldent Its reproduction at ill; Is
A lot! people however was In the U S Tabor time Is not 1napprop'late:
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$ 9" -- -- -- ---- ; l St Petersburg, li Marge-
morning/ service. at l 8t. James church Largo Under our oath as grand jurors,
1"mmm'm'rmm"'mm" > ton ; circuit, D A Cole; Suth-
where Bishop Morrison jrland, R I Barnett; Curlew J A we do not feel that we will have
-- -- == ;:: The church was crowded prel\ched'l vernon ; Hernnndo LA Dltfenworth fully discharged our duty unless we

----FOR Notice! I FIRE! moat capacity. The bishop I 11 ctlanton, N F Holfanlr; Brooksvllle;, recall your honor's attention to what
SALE i preacher and eloquent to a degree Sam Scott; Dude City, J S Brook ; seei.is to us a menace to the business
Notice I. hllr'h\'(gll'nli,Ulllt It I. mv Inloii- seldom heard In this. city. Ills sermon Webster, W H F Itobarts; Clear. terest of our beloved! county and a
w lieu. an AfhnlnlMtiiitrlx. of. tin t'NtitUi >rJltlm E! Insure your property yp was preceded by the conference water, Ueo W Mitchell Missionary danger to the lives of our citizens,
fill, :lu:.u N to I II, I'I l room on.'M*:(I iiC.( ox'tlMt,.,>'Countv| to, Illllku I Judge,:llppli-; : of : against Fire 3 love feast at 9:80.: In the afternoon to Cuba. M DeLofon ;; Missionary and In these presentments add a vigorous
I'ulniini hlH omen, ut tin == a memorial service for deceased against the manner In 3 .
Improved and Unimproved LandIn foiiniv 'lo.'III".lIt == with evanguliat, C C Cecil ; Conference protest
Court, hots,.., III tlut (City of I'll hi(kit. ,tit, loui'luik nembers of the conference was held nisslonary secretary, R I Rarne.tr.THANSKKRHRD. I which the Atlantic Coast Line Railway f
n.' HI., on tliu 4th day of Junuiirv.ItRiT and touching trlbntea wore
Both City and County. M(1I10, foriiuthui( .Ity t"to Hltltl noil the.1111"follo\\ln(>f till, r Illtlt'altHIOIlltltf H. Finley Tucker, | paid to many the "promoted" mlnh.ten.Hev. ; he confines Company of Marlon is operating county.within Wea'e

JttlllHH II, iJIOOIIlM. HltlllltlUlc I : :In: ttu'tiount' /V Dr. DlckeY'Jr..sldent of Emory J N Snow to Texnw conference. H ; Informed that. the conditions
;: :
r Putnam, ami Htiito of Mu'Idn.' vUs I All == Insurance, =3Olllco of the o Christian to North Georgia confer not than In other
tore are worse
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of tliu .1. Jt, Oiiint, HiuttUtii' tlilr' *
i i
ty-Mf\ui UI7 Eutrnlllo>: lu !'J J uwn,1111, n:no, (Uu 1 HuuthlUIIIKO == oppoBltu Court I louse .a moet eloquent preachers of tile Meth- ence. M F Morris\ to Kentucky con- counties of Florida, through which
'rWHIltV-Hlt. I llflK" KlIHt. **Xll*|.t HllUtlporttuilH E: I'nlatkn. Florldn. 1-j odlat connection preached In the erenae. T.J Noteworthy to Little : this company runs trains. It Is dllll-
Strunz tliorwof IIM lm\H luTPtororu IHMMI evening. Hock conference. cult for to find Words that adequately
us
Henry gonerYtd,,,;:; :Milli l hv hie the hwu Into' l rupreeuhtutN John H i<'rx ol,>niHttwTIIIH'IIMU. mmmmmmmmmmmI.owney'a IIC The next ,,"nu,18I'a8101 of the conference : express the true conditions 1

utli, IIHHI' '. 01 will be hold at Hyde Park Committee Returns Thanks. of passenger and transportation faculties
Florida 1CL1.ENV.. (rtKOOMM of which Itev. W. J.
Palatka church Tampa of this corporation..
AdmlnlHtriitrlx tif KMtittuofKTlt Chocolate and lion Doug EDITOR NEWS: ?
I Juiiutii JI. IJiooniH,ilt.L. >iiKUU. Carpenter Is pastor. Their Insolent disregard of human
at Uuerry'H.
0o pound : It was after ten o'clock Monday In behalf of St.James l\J\ .E. church life Is evidenced by the absolute un-
morning when B IB hop Morrison began south we wish to express sincere fitness of the road-bed for the tralllo j jIt
See the While Knight!Sanitary Felt Mattress.Pure reading the "p""lntmenta.lm.m..dlately thanks to all\ our friends who tookp"l.t attempts to handle by the else
h$ h P after whluh the conference with us In the entertainment ot where discarded engines and passengers
Clean, Healthy. adjourned. Following Is the li.tof the conference delegates.! The occasion coaches which It thrusts upon /I I
aMelgnmenlsl'rAI.LAHA'4RER has proven one of religiousand the people of our state and by Its Inability
DIFo'rRwT.-J. F. social enjoyment, and wo are to run trains on schedule time i
Brooches WILSON, P, K.Tallahassee. :. glad so many entered Into the ministry Among Its own employees its rust
of for the Lord's
fRings caring servant etttou engines are a matter or derlson. -
I !,Patterson; Montl- Eerythingconspired' \ to make theoccasion The traveling, : publlo finds '
cello, S Hal'Uu ; Leon Circuit. A M ] a complete success. The train from two to ten hours
c Come and see for yourselfthe r Mason ; Uiulsden. Circuit, F A Tavlor; Wau- the community the fraternal spirit of reaching their destination before
finest line ever carried ; keenah T F Uocland ; Midway I) of the delegates! and l the cordial hospitality the scriptural time of Ufa has run
OMoDunlvl Blue Creek U K: Bol-
; of oar Palatka. people, were Their estimate\ of as nothing the
and ; Bristol, A P Johutrv ; Annllla, some of the factors in the making of lives of their employes and patrons,
( in Palatka. WI MoMannon; Mayo, \V H Stlen- a great and successful! conferencesession. III, In our view, an truly criminal
Old Town, to be supplied
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meyer;
CJ I Solid Gold Rings from l Woodvllle J R'raylorj Perrf' A L The general verdict seems to be I. homicide Is Intolerable In the In Individual.It Its treatment. of

Woodward ; Taylor, T ; that this was one of the most delight- .he industries along Us line and
each. iliad lIon. W H Funk; Madison Circuit fill session our conference has ever
$1.00 to 500.00 It N Bander.Veet. ; Madison held services whero It lu has furnishingcars no competition; and give mov- G

FURNISHER Circuit, T C Bradford ; Carrabelle R We trust.a blessing may come to It chooses. The
HOUSE_ Brooches lug freight or not as
R. RYAN. Solid Gold L Honlker Crawfordvllle 8 I Hed-
CAPT. M. CJ ; the entire community out of this farmer Hilda no cars to move his
rlk; Apalachicola M H Norton; Havana convention of religious workers ']'0 Investment
the lumberman tics up
PALATKA FLORIDA. from 75C to $450.00 each. I K: H Roberts; Sycamore F F.Stlenmeyer \ each and 1.11. who In any form rendered product; In skidded lumber with no i
-- Concord Circuit, W J
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-- ; assistance In the entertainment empties to move the manufactured
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You will be Uray of the conference we again express trtlcle; the turpentine operator and
and Inspect.
Call
fN NNNNNN/NNN JACK80NVH.M8 DISTRICT' -J A HEN- our sincere gratitude lime manufacturer the wholesale

( sure to find something you DRY.I'.E.JackMouvllleFlrst Respectfully yours grocer and dry goods merchant, the
Diamond Rings : church J B J. F HEM,, Pastor. urge and small shipper are met with
| Diamond Pins like. Ley ; Klverslde, K H Bennett; St. W. G. TUCIHMAN, ) the same answer "no cars;" "c"n.tmove
Matthews, E F Ley ; Highway. J J. N. WALTON > Committee. It." This Is no new condition 4
FRY Lawton Moon; South P..rkHJ Hat I J.T. BOND, ) of allnlrs but has now reached a
I Diamond Mounted Watches | W. S. UaiJingJ&weler llinger. I>uv"I. J H McClure; Fernandina climax that calls fur an emphatic
L It Jenkins; Kings Ferry, I 8 pounds Fancy' Candy for 2r.o atOuerry'e protest from the people Inflicted with .
W J Mess; Callahan) T W Watts; .o disreputable an Imitation of a
Filled Watches Ureell. Cove Circuit, F L. Ulennou; railroad.: I; ,.
| Gold and Gold Lake Butler H 8 Miller; Lake City A Beautiful Calendar. We do not speak of Us despoiling -

J U Jenkins; Columbia, F L Crow-: As usual the SelJen Cypress Door our people of their hard-earned livelihood
son ; White Springs, W B Tresca; Company hoe Issued something by outrageous freight rates, I I
| Signet Rings, Signet Pins | Welboru, B T Rape; Fort White. J 8 really artistla In the shape of a cal and of Its criminal rapacity In plundering
U Dutill PIne citizens by compelling the )
Crandall ; Live Oak ; endar for the coming year, many of our '
Waist Sets. Mount B McCall ; Jasper. H F Mason which have been distributed to the myinunt of Interests on millions of fi
j M Signet | ; Hamilton F J Patterson" ; Mid Business houses. and In the homes of watered stock; but in this Indictment
dleburg, O Fans. Kdltor: Florida Palatka The subject of Illustration before the people of this lawless -

| A Large Assortment of Holiday Christian Advocate, F Pa. OD. on the new calendar l Is Curran's "At corporation we stop when we
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EAST COAST DISTRICT-S. W. LAWYER the Piano" the original of which have spoken of Its miserable facili
Call and inspect. P. K. was first exhibited In 11)04) where it tlea.V It would that our powers i
Goods. :
full and we could take some
Key West-First church E A Harrelson i won the Carnegie prize at the society were
Sparks, K A Gray; Memorial, of American artist The painting steps to better the conditions by
The Jeweler ; M DoniIngoes. has also received several other prizesat either changing the management or
| SMITH | E Townsend; Ltl'rlnldnd. I, exhibits.N stopping the operation entirely."
Key Largo.B C Sharp; BIscnvue Is
$3.50 Bay to be supplied; Lemon "A lady, Is seated In a quiet darkened 'Ihe foregoing presentment
F. rarke', as foreman -
J It Blocker hairy C D room before a grand piano. signed by John
| Palatka Fla. 1 City ; II. H. as clerk of 4
| Waid; Miami\ I. D Lowe; West Through the window at her left and Lapham t
Palm Beach U Bloc!; Fort Pierce, 0 comes a soft light. sifting throughthe the grand jury.
Silver Brushes 3| Boggess; Indian Hlver Mission\ A 8 delicate green of the shades and The Gainesville Sun of Wednesdaycontained
Patterson Tltusvllle W P Allen ; the white lace of the curtain It the following complaint:
;
IWWIWM .I I I plays along the keyboard and reflects against the same road :
g Silver Novelties and Mirrors New Smyrna, J M\ Glazier; Daytona. of the Atlantic CoastLine
I. Over; DeLand C A Maunders; on the polished surface of the piano The service
te. $E EWe Volusln, W A Lowder; Palatka. J 10'lIellk' making of It a mirror In which appears Railroad Company which to linn be-
8auford. IBSweat; Hastings the curve of the lady's arm as been bad for several weeks
WN < enllll '; Uvedlo, Harris; Missionary she touches the keys. Her arms are worse every day and the"
poised with exquisite grace; her genera public Is raining a "howl.
to Cuba H \V Bnker.QAINR8NILLH .
I ITHS body droops forward gently toward Tho northbound train due In r ,
have Just placed la stock IL com- Cabbage and Lettuce Y : DISTRICT' n BRIOU- the Instrument the head tilted Gainesville from Ht. Petersburg and< '
lllltt ofCrockery EA.P.E. slightly) back-her whole soul given Ocala at 8:40 Monday afternoon
plate Gainesville, T J Nixon; Alachua up-to the beauty of the music;"some reached Gainesville at 8 o'clock;
Plants For Sale I T \V Moore; Lacrosse J V Brown; tender song for the twilight, attunedIn Tuesday morning. One gentleman
J L Yates IHnrke.V C S of this city
I High Springs feeling and sentiment with her a well known citizen
i \ Inman; Melrose, T it Slstrunk ; mood." stated that he was fifteen hours en. .
and the lot embrnces som of the Cabbage plant., W.OO per 1000. Interlsohen T L Cooper; Buihnel route from 1'alatka. to Gainesville ,
|I'r..rll"t plHOfS ever H>KIWII Lettuce plants *t.H per 1.000. WOMAN OF TASTE when she buys G H York Altoona. J P Smith; Dolls and Toys at Uuerry's but that he was thankful to get here'
Wild wood. B H Freeman: Ooala U "
In P&latka.Vould show, them to you.liketo Be !ts and Celery plant, in seusoo. must have Quality, ought to have : VAtklsson; Umatllla, D L Swltzer; Tax Notice.I IIot Nearly all. all trains are abominably ..

Prloas rensonnbl Terms cash with order. Style, and prefers to have Economy. And she Lndy JlLkeV C DavU; Leetburg, will be at Precincts with Tax late. Compla'uts are also coming
packed in moss.Montrose L I) Haynes; Crystal River J S from merchants. In many Instanox
Thou wo Plivut. Books the following
Quality"Shoes. on days;
baysFurniture gets all three when she buys "Queen Collier; Martel M H Outland ; Crescent. CIty Thursday ..Jan. 8. freights shipped from Jacksonvilleand \

When the "Queen Quality" sales surpass Inverness, A H Cole; Keddlok. Pomona, Friday morning, ..Jan. 4.Welaka.Fridy other nearby points which shouldarrive
House
and Farm shoes in the M D Cunningham; Cltra. J E afternoon.Jan. 4.Interlaohan In a few hours are delayed for
Goods those of all other women's Mlckler; Mlaanopy T L Z Barr; Thursday,. Jan. 10. lays, and In one Instance packageof r

Furnishing world, there must be a reason for it. See our Wllllston A M Dalger; Brnnson v1 Johnson Friday,.. . .Jan. 11. freight from Hague toOalneavllla, 'h
at t price remarkably. low. e"n..n! 1d-rr of these famous ji
them. window display Matheson; Anthony W A Weir; 17th. twelve days for delivery.Reports .

MOONEY. pr&ve this claim with just one pair. In all Missionary to Cuba W U Fletcher; Flornhom. .... Jan. 24Grandln come from points In. South q
R. S. Student to Emory and Henry, J A Florida that hundredof earn alongthe
Notice.The styles shape and leathers $3.oo$3.5o$4.oo.90L Morrow ; Agent Conference Orphanage 2Ith.Blld"ln., Thursday afternoon January system of the Atlantic CoastLine

M. Grace Rowley, are City now Tax op Book..n for for payment the jr mjiww HERBERT- 41; LOOK. SA u llulda;r.. ORLANDO, J P DePiiss.DIRT-J W BIOHAM P. E' On the above School dates Saturday my office, Jan.will 2fl permitted'loaded to stand with on p the rlshat tracks>len resultIng until are

'lan..rurt.. T..soliiT and Ari'"iiiii>nnl-tI'onohlnif TRxpR. The ppn41ty..11 attach( 011 t.IIIOR. Y Orlando J B Mitchell ; Plant City, bft closed. A. WILLARD, the oontentura serious loss to decayed the shippers. -
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THE PALATKA NEWS Several of the state papers are running .. -. aaaaaaaaaaaaamaa mmmmmaR

pjptflres of the late lamented The Past the Present and CHURCH SERVICES. :|:J JIII
Entered ,
at the Pftlatka postofflce Lydia'E. Pinkham whom they label

a. mailable matter of the .eoond Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy. Both 0 the Future. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa mmmmmmma
)1a... eD ST. MomoA'sCHoaoit, Rev. P. Barry,
these old girls are products of New
-A Communion at
rector.-Sunday.: Holy
Published: at :Palatka. Fla., on England, both have done their full .. t> 7 .. m., Maes at 1,0 a. in Sunday School

Fridays byKUSSELL share to immortalize cork screw [Contributed at 3 p. m, Rosary and Benediction at

eft VICKERS. curls and pantalettes, and both are 7::30 p. m. Third Sunday of each month
I had been busily engaged; all day. Mass at 9 a. m Instead of 10 a. in.
entitled to niche Iu the of
a temple
w.... A. RUSSELL. Editor Things had gone well with me. I Weekdays : Mas every morning A.:30,
fame for their contributions to the had eaten my three meals and In the Cross" at 4
of the m.
"Way on Fridays p.
cure of Impotent men and women evening bad sat down to an hour or I \
: SOBER POLITICIANS. two's plensant conversation with ST. MARKS EPIHCOPAT, Kev. Francis jL46LL )))
Indiana even to the 'eteenth generation. The friends. H. lllohoy n-otor. Sunday services i 7
Governor Hanley of whois
only difference In them is that When' I retired I placed my head a in., Holy Communion. 10 a. m., Sun ;

a practical reformer In some things, Lydia, being doad, continues to OIl the pillow and said to myself, day school:.11 I .a.. m., matins and sermon:

when speaking some time ago concerning speak, while Mary, being alive, Is "suppose I look over the past for 7'30 p. m., Evensong. Strangers: are
office under awhile?" I looked back to the time welcome, souls free. : .:
appointments to afiald. to open her mouth lest she ( j % 11r 2'
and lived In
when Adam was formed
his administration, said: put her foot iu It. the beautiful Garden of Eden: with ST. JAMBS) MOTUOPIKT CHURCH, Rev.
1' "I have noticed that railroads and 3. F. Boll pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
his wife. But something said to me
r Sunday School 3 :30 Evening service -
k other large business enterprises of I Editor Carroll of the Monticello look back further still and In my 7.::30 p.in. Prayer p. m.meeting Wednesday 1AeL

recent years have ruled against men News has announced his candidacy dream (for I was now asleep) 1 saw evening at 7:30 o'clock. 'The sacrament

who drink. This, is a Rood policy, I for re-election to the office of mayorof ten thousand times ten thousand of the Lord's Supper each first
back of the creation.
; ,. tblnk, and so long as I am governorof his town, la which he uses the years 1 saw a great ball of fire, larger; Sunday. All are cordially Invited to _
attend these services.Paasnvmnx&z.r .
the state of Indiana the same following language; : "Those who than my ability to describe, and this !I -

policy shall be pursued in its business. 'have been made to feel the punish great ball of fire was in constant I CllUItOH. KeV. L. .K.
awful commotion, with great sheetsof Lynn, pastor. (Sunday service at 11 .a. I
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: ing hand of the law not rally to'
may flame III and 7 .30 school 4
some places shootingforth I m. : p. m. Sunday p. m. .
''Ic That's fine! Let us have sober poli my support, nor do I expect them to I with great power ; In other Strangers are welcomed to all the services -

i ticians. If railroad men who handle do so. Those who sympathize with places the flume was not so great. of this church

5 precious human argosies; and Ballots lawlessness will not endorse my While watching this glgantlo ball of BAPTIST Omjiicn, Ile\. J. J, Farmer a supply of tobacco with-

who steer the warships, have to be candidacy. I am proud of the enemies fire I soon saw a globular spark leap pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; preauh- This man bought
from the mighty ball and which shot lOll at 11 a. m. and 7:JO p. m. ; Baptist
4 sober, certainly the men who man- I have. made who belong to the out in unmeasured space, rolling and Young I'oopie'shlnion, 3:80 p ni. Strangers himself with the distinctive taste

& age and steer the ship of state shouldbe latter class. The main reason for whizzing as it dashed on and on. It are made welcome out acquainting

of like character. my candidacy la a desire to know It acted as a spark from melted iron. Tobacco which has the cheering
'The ball of fire not SCHNAPPS
greater was AN ORDINANCE. of
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One of the accompanying but un- the citizens of Moutloello wish to i

necessary sins of politics Is that of I endorse the present. administration'sefforts changed.At this moment I beheld the figure his desire to chew and at
I To provide for the auditing of the accounts I that gratify .,.
liquor drinking. Watch the hotel to enforce law and preserve I of an angel at my side, and I ventured of the Chief of Police of the qualities

1 j bars at any political gatheilng. order. If elected I expect to pokeit I It all to ask meant.him. where He answered I was and that what I City of Falatka for feeding city Prison less than cheap tobacco.

The solution of the temperance to law-breakers even more vigor- was out in space seven hundred ers and to provide for their discharge. expense

question is cOining-not in the way ously than in the past. If this Is not thousand years before the formationof I Be It Ordained by the Mayor and City

some people are looking for It-but desired I prefer defeat." man In the Garden of Eden. He 'Council of the City of Palatka Florida. this Some day they'll get a taste of the real
said that the spark whluli I saw SECTION 1.-That hereafter the Judgeof SCHNAPPS has been advertised in
nevertheless slowly, surely coming.It -- -- -- --- the Municipal Court of the City of has had an Schnapp.r-they'Urealizewhatenjoyment
Jefferson has the oldest shoot out from the great ball of fire so that every chewer
is coming through the demands court house county in the state. It was would roll on for ages; until It became. Palatka, shall audit the accounts of the paper opportunity) to get acquainted with the they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS
of their Chief of Police for feeding City prisoners
great corporations upon em- cool and a crust formed on its out-
ployes. Sobriety in such seuvlce is built seventy associations years cluster ago and. around innumerable it- side which would hold its internal and no bill or claim of the Chief of Police facts and know that drugs are not used long ago-then they'll feel like licking
of said city for feeding prisoners, shall the cheering quality found in
? absolute. And It Is also coming and make It dear to the heart of the heat for untold ages to produce themselves.
be until shall have been audited flue-cured
paid
"The outside, said I.e. "will be- same the famous Piedmont country
old citizen there. But the
through the slow but sure education live in has little reverence and age sacrifices we- come the habitation of animal life- and of the approved Municipal by the Court Municipal of the tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what he SCHNAPPS Is sold everywhere in 5
of social custom. birds beasts and man. The Ore on judge
everything utility and style. City of Palatka. Florida. ought to chew. Still there are chewers and 15 cent plugs. Be
: In this age of strenuous ellort sobriety They are agitating for a new court the Inside will occasionally burst out cent cuts, and 10
!; SECTION: 2.-That no person who hasor who accept other and'cheaper tobaccos
In places doing great damage.
Is a vital virtue. The business house In Monticello and of course, many the genuine.
r hereafter be committed to the sure you get
T saw the cooling process and as may that do not give the same pleasure.
!- world has put its ban upon they will get It.-Live Oak Democrat the spark lost heat He surface changed city jail of Palatka by order of the MunIcipal .

booze. And now if the politician There are some beautiful old associations until it became of a greenish hue. Judge of the Municipal Court of

; can be reformed the millennium and cobwebs and hewn Finally It was covered with trees and the city of Falatka, Bhall.be released --
flowers and all sorts of vegetation.And from prison until hla sentence shall have
timbers and reminiscences of carpet-
not be far from realization
may so further on I beheld this globe expired or One shall have been paid as
, as we may have opined. bag days hanging In luscious" clusters covered with forests and streams the case may be except upon an order

, and festoons about the old :Putnam and fields ; with birds, beasts of the Municipal Judge of sold Court Price i Cent G. S. & F. RRILWRY

The 1'aimBeach News thinks that county court house, built in A. D. and men and women and the latter I mode and entered In writing on the

, f citizen of Dade who would saw Increase until there were vast docket or minutes of Bald Court.
a county 1855, but down here we seem to revere -
for election armies. And I saw great oceans of SECTION a.-That all Ordinances or THE SUN The Best Route to
, agitate a "wet or dry" these sort of things. Leastwise water and ships carrying the products parts of Ordinances that oonlllct with I

during the Yankee leg pulling season our people seem to object to spend. of one section to another. this Ordinance, be and are hereby re

S is a real enemy ot, society, or ing any modern money to replacethe Then the angeL; who talked with pealed. (Baltimore Aid.) Macon. Atlanta Columbus,

words to that effect. old hulk, though several grand me said ; "You have now passed the Passed in open Council this 7th Now Sells for 1 Cent, niul Can
Past and beholding the Present. of November A. D. 11)00.\) Americus. Birmingham
.k' Juries have called attention to the are day Be Had of Every Dealer
The has Fred See how grand are the designs; of the News Boy at
president appointed need. The shootout HOWELL A. DAVIS, Agent or Valdosta
Creator. spark you saw
C. Cubberly collector of customs for .-- --- from the great ball of fire we Attest: President City Council Tlmt Price.All .

the district ot Saint: Marks, Fla., but Former Senator Brown of Utal, call the Earth, and will ) continue J.:K.> BLACKWELL. Habnorlber.-In District. of Culuuiblw. Montgomery and ITortliern PointsTwo

it Is tbought that the duties of the who was shot by a. woman in a to call It for the Present But It Is [Seal] City Clark Virginia, North. and South Carolina
'l'here Is frost
office will not be so exacting as to Washington hotel last week, was a undergoing change. PennsylvanIa, Delaware Trains Dally North Hound.
and snow near the poles of the Earth Approved Nov. 8th, 1DOO.
., .' prevent Mr. Cubberly from golnlraOshln' Gentile from Kalamazoo. It seems but It Is still cooling and the cold is A. USINA. Mayor. And Throughout the United Stales Can. but Leave Fnlatka, No. 2. 6:80 .ii I'.i.!: No. 10 5:40: p m.

: occasionally. that he practiced polygamy out in getting"nearer and nearer the Equator. 'THESUN By Mall At 1 Cent a Copy Arrive Falarka, Southbound, No. 1, 10OCp: m.

Every age will be slightly cool 5. No. 9,10:30 a m.
the city of the saints, but only on 1'a* Great Compoeere.
Comptroller Croom urged Governor er than its predecessor, but the temperature THE SUN AT ONE CENT
made the
the half-shell. Had he
to be At what age did the great composers
Is falling so slowly as
; Broward to call an extraordi- practice a part of his religion or In scarcely dlscernable. But you can ''I write their masterpieces? This question Is The Cheapest. High-Class Paper In Schedules Riven above are subject to change without notice, and kite

nary session of the legislature to provide other words "gone the whole hog" see that where once tender plants Is answered in the London Musical The United States. time of arrival and departure of trulns Is not guaranteed.

funds to continue the work of he might; even now have been a teal grew they are growing no more." Times. The following table !gives thecomposer's THE SUN S upeclal eorre.poml: nu' tliroiiKh- Through Pullman cam from 'Tlfton to Atlnnta, 5hatranooKa, NaHlivlllu.'

draining the Everglades but the live national character with Senator Then the Angel directed me toward name, his recognized masterpiece out China.the Snail United Africa States,Ills an well riilHiplnu ltn| ,In buroi Porte, St. Louis and Chicago all-thu-yeiir-round, Elegant sleeping cars between

governor Isn't as bold as the comp- Julius Caesar Burrows also of Kalamazoo the future. And I saw all tender the ago at which It was composed Rico tubs and Iu every other part of the Valdostn and Macon. Also Pullman sleeping cars VitlUoutu, to Atlanta'
plants had ceased to (grow and frost and world make It the vreateNt neuHpaper that can
troller, and he respectfully declined. the composer's age at death: lit service Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon
contributing oratory to his and snow was much nearer to the be printed. Handsome Parlor Cars on

A Mlddleburg giocerlias all the martyrdom and subsequent canoni equator. The tender animals And werealso' "nhi'i; :::::::. Mnaii MeAlah In H moll: ::::: 4t.tfl 60 : among UK WaHhlngton the bent itt and the Mow United York HtateH bureaus, anil gIve ore Valdosta ai.U Jacksonville. ,

'zation. As It Is, Brown Is dead, and fast disappearing. the Haydn........ Creation ............ 115./1/ Tea HUN. readers the earliest Information Information aR to rates, routes schedules, sleeping car reservationsetc. !
advertisers of the state beat to a cold was so Intense that but few of Mozart....... Don Giovanni ...... 81..811 upon financial all Important of events the In the taitltliulteand will be gladly furnished upon application to .
frazzle In the matter of startling will soon be forgotten. A man can the former multitudes of melT were Beethoven.... c-moll Symphony.SI-3S...tO centera country

L head lines for his Christmas adver- I do many stunts In the name of religion living. The warm season of theyear Weber.........Frleichutc ........,30-33..89 THE FARMER'S PAPER. O. V. WIM.SON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.'

-even to the accumulation of wall very short and even at the Equator Schubert..... o-dur Symphony... 81..81 TUB' SUN'. market report and 'oomnmrclHl, S. F. PAKKOTT, Vice 1'ren. CHAS. 1J. RHODHS] Oeu. Passenger Agt
tising in the Clay County Times, as trees hmi ceased to bloom, and i Mendolmohn. Fling ................ 81..88 columns are complete and reliable: and |int' the
follows: "Early to bed, early to concubines-that become really he- the few men living subsisted on seal : Schumann.... PIano concert .......3135..40Wagner. farmer: the merchant ,und:: the. broker I tu touch Macon Oa.
ulous crimes when worked Independ and whale flesh. The rivers were ....... Melateralnffer .......49B4Brohms. ... with tbe market. of Hultlmore, Norfolk, Chur-and -- -- -- -
rise work like Helen Advertise. luau, N w York Chicago Phlhidulphla
: ; ently. frozen solid the year' round and the ....... D Requiem ..........8288..68This all other Imllortanll.nlnl.ln the United States 4'

_.--_ -_--_- _._-_-_- !great seas and oceans were so filled goes to show that composers between and other,flouitiriei. All of Which thus reader *:M I SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
The Internal Improvement Board 'The more we read of Frank Clark's with floating Ice bergs; that thirty and forty created the gets for one cclii.THE N. II.-Ihe.. following schedule Htfiirai are published only. InlnrmaLloa and are not tuiuirant.'eda '

takes the ground; that by refusing doings in Congress( the better we navigation had been abandoned. greatest masterpieces. Yet the composers WOMAN'S PAPER. -- --

to deed lands granted by legislative like him, and that seems to be pretty Again turning I Into beheld Ice even the to ooeans the Equator were above forty should not despair, seelag morally Ton SUM and U Intellectually.the beat t>'poof In addition a newspaper to the, Ve.ilbule Train. E...... o .St ;" 110 North anti We.t. [r No IN

enactment It has saved money generally the sentiment over the and the moisture in the air had that Bach composed his mass lu that:newt can of the be: pnwentfKJ day It pitbllvnef such.ii,fauhlon. .beat art feature.It'leu. :;j--'nlll.----;;; ;; : -S l""i v By thida 7itup L. 3na..IIl..J'1a.llo. ItyLv 7 "'I' =
to with the and there solid sheetof II moll at the age of forty-eight, Wagner from and A. Macon, Gui ......110 117 a run
enough go on draining Second Congressional district. The frozen, was a and mUcellanenUH writings mon women SlIv..lloah, (Ow So thy I op U 10. """
Ice and snow covet'lug all land and his "Melatersuiger"\ when fifty of note and prominence. It IH an educator Ar Cliibiul So 5 TMi, S tOn : Atlanta: ,.oa. : Ky : ton ....
Everglades In other words, by refusing other day there was a resolution to of the highest otiarauter coiiHtuntly, tlmn- Ar tiiiarlotie:... :. So :)' iclOp 1le.w Items. ::: it? etaAr
to its debts it has of all seas, and nothing was to be seen Handel his "Messiah" when fifty-six hating to noble ideate In Individual national Oroellbnr". .. So Ity U Mil I. but Ar 0Ila".lIoc..8O Ry a 40... ".
pay moneyto be voted on to increase the pay but one great waste of Ice and snow. and haydn his "Crentlun" when sixty- : lire Ar Vau.UI......... .... its 1 tIte 2 tOp Loxinion: y .Q:: Iitrttiiulunati :
dig. TUB HUH In published.. on Sunday a. well a. I, Ohio.:.i C 7 eep ..
senators and congressmen. Everyone North East South and .
Looking; five years of age. .. ..... Oo..I. Tifj
every other day of the week. er lalll ld. .80 n1 I Abudiiii.Ai'Lyiuiiiurg ;; ..... ...
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about the West there was one great sea of
who knows
anything clouds By Mall tJ Daily Sun, $3 a year; Including .... :Mu: Rn : l7ii : r.r.f'i': oijj l ... .-. ,.... 5 us
The Florida Times-Union of lost. cost of living In Washington Is agreed glass. There were no more A Tnrkleh Joke.A Ar Ci&rlIt.eaeiii I ,: so Ityl 055 .' .. ............ .. .7 tea
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nor mists nor fogs, and there was no the Sunday Sun, $4. The Sunday Ar Wu.lIll1too .!to Ity 9 Ciii V Sup ...
[ Sunday was a genuine crack-a.jack that it was a sensible resolution and wind but the earth was rollingIn certain sultan of Turkey was very Ar ltaiilsre. .... ..I' mu.aJO I I 11lO": ". Ar0ioveiaodZ. .L.4&aA.
-. iu enterprise and beauty. It consist one that ought to pass. But It was more Its orbit as at first. And to the fond of gossip and sent for the banker Sun alone, $1 n year. ". Pbllad.II.h\Vorl.. I' lilt1 i tip. S tin' Ar I.flsjviite-: :;;;.. 7ri, R'l. "iii.l ....
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inhabitants of other worlds the Abraham Beg, to learn the small AddressA. ;- ,"> ........ .
ed of 84 pages, filled to the neck with defeated, and simply because the S. ABELL COMPANY Arllt..lo ..... tea .
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interesting news and miscellaneous great. majority of the members were earth seems as a twinkling star, reflecting talk of Pera nod Stamboul. As Abraham l'ubiihers' and Proprietors, Through "Tbe Land 01 the --I No 80 Ar BErntngiian' Ain..so ity Id CIII
the light of the sun that was being conducted to the sul- Ar ',,"nl.hlo T.nn .'r1000 S 10/11'/
matter, with a whole section devoted afraid they might lose their jobs. gave it birth. tau'a residence the master of the BALTIMORE: MD. L.3aokIM"vllll..Ir'I., ........ ,80 My TTj p Ar Kansas C(ty. Mo.1"rInool 940a .::

to the real estate Interests of Jack- Not so Frank Cark, who said : "I And the Angel, again; speaking( to by -- L'llav..uoab, Us .. ....... ... 110 fly Pt tin I.y Mtlitlthi................... 5 lOp .
; horse that functionary begged him, Ar Coiunbi, so.I .. ....lIol .. sonville. It was by all odds one of desire to discus this question from me said: "It Is now seven hundred should the sultan question him on the AN ORDINANCE. .. Ar Aobe.lllo, NO.. ..;..... .so lIy I tip

the greatest newspaper undertakings the standpoint of a poor man. Men placed thousand In the years Garden since Eden.Adam" AndI was subject, to say that the funds were To Provide for the-Levy of City Taxes Ar Ar Koonvilie 1.ouh.vllte, Teun. ;;..;'. .' .so.50 ity by : :IMp:::,.. 1I..ll1-'l'II.' FlorIda Llwlted." Dall7 solid.

ever ventured In the South. are. leaving the service of their coun- at 30 his having been Informed Ar itt Louis .. .. ....So Ity (t12p v..ttbuler..o. through duty coaches and 1'011.Art.aualau..II.O..lo.
asked, "How can this be? Could I majesty so for the year lOoQ : .... .. ...Q"O B Ito 10 Clo.tn..n.Blrmlnllb.m .
maa.IOCIla."reJuckoonvlll."
try and returning to private life, have lived so long a time?" And he by his ministers. Be It Ordained' by the City Council of and Kansas VII,.

The Mormons of Florida met iu solely because the salary they receive replied, "This' is not your earthly Poor Abraham consented.Ho the City of Falatka.. Florida. No .o-"Wo.blr'Kt"o ail yl 1.... 1.tmlt.d." Dully DInIng C... Memphis

; convention at Jacksonville last week. In official position Is Inadequate life; you are now living In the spirit, bad not been long with Abdul That for the purpose of securing an i'ulinaa irawl.g.ltouiu) sleeping liar,3a>koou. _ _
and not in the body. It Is your equal and uniform rate of taxation and Title to Now York.
the maintain them. Aria when he was questioned as to the No. JH-"New. York ant, Vlorl,la Rxoress
Among prominent muchly married to They see spirit that has lived< fourteen hundred to pay the appropriations for the current
for their and it Is funds and replied as ha had promised.To of the and for the :Dnllv: 'U ::'r'rUT Drawing Koom Bleeping' Car Cxcellunt'Ulnlng Car Service 011York.
men present were George A In the future years poverty thousand years your expeuflea city paying tietweim : Juoknunvllle: and New
that has witnessed these wonders the horror of the banker the sultan of the Fire and Water Departments .
Smith, one of the Twelve Apostles, children and want in their old ale.I ; spirit expenses
? And your spirit shall live on expressed himself delighted and there shall be levied upon the No.D"n"" Pullman D.aw.III-Room and all Tlirougli Trulnn.
and A. Roberts who believe there are not ten men on Buffet' Bleeping Oar between Jaeksonvhiieanui -
Brigham
was
and on. 'One day Is as a thousandyears banded Abraham a large bundle of Real and Personal Property In said city bt Loula.
,\ thrown out of Congress because of the floor who In private conversation and a thousand. years as one bonds to sell for him. a Tax of !20 Mills upon the. Dollar, distributed

r :' 'his' numerous concubines. The will not say the salary Is Inadequate; Uy,' and I remembered the quota Abraham sold at 12 and paid Abdul aa follows : JAR FREEMAN, fist Passenger Agent, KM W. Bay atreet, Jacksonville, Fla

church has some following In Florida the Increase is right. But some say, I tion. A2U SO. The sultan had originated General Keveuuu Fund Eleven ((11))
I wakened front seven Mills.
After my
o though it does not otTer muoh 'I cannot afford to vote for It.' It' hours sleep and had breakfasted, I that little "Joke." Fire and Water Fund Four ((4)) Mills -: .......,' your Horn" U. LOPBB. BAII.EV I. \hl.TOR and aHll.I.IA.rr.... l

encouragement to progressive polygamists the time ever comes while I am a wondered whether or not there was .- --I Sinking Fund, Five ((5) Mills. President. $ec3f.

the slogan of the church being member of this house, that I look any truth in dreams. DO VOn G TUP: Passed lln opon Counoll this 7th day Co

o 3 that a man and woman "once upon any poposltlou as being right, JOSEPH ])BEA1\IEB. of November, A. D. 1906.ROWELL ,rite The G. Loper Bailey

sealed are sealed for time and and yet I am afraid to vote for It, I WITH A LAME! BACK? I A. DAVIS,
The Newborn and 1h. Dead. J3urr itoJ" :
4 eternity." will tender my resignation and go Lavater la his "Physiognomy" makes Kidney" Trouble Makes You Miserable Attest: President City; Council.J t ire Insurance:

home." A round of applause followed N. BL .CKWELL.
the following curious remarks: "I have J\\on.thlv)\ Foreign
The wide-awake business men of which rather startled Mr. had occasion to observe some Infants Almost everybody who reads the news [Seal] City-Clerk. Leading American and

; St. Augustine have decided to celebrate Clark. It might not be out of place Immediately on their births and have papers Is sure to know of the wonderful Approved November 8th, 1'HIO. Companies
made
the of Juan Ponce de resemblance be. 0___>1 care by Dr. 7Jc0ri..t TkrvvtuufTUB j
landing found
here to say that Florida lost the services an astonishing = k Kilmer's SwanipI A. U8INA, Mayor. ;

Leon at that place In a grand gnla of "Bob" Davis In Congress tween their profile and those of their I II I Root, the great kid- MOST BEAUTIFUL MAOAZINB Accident Insurance: '

demonstration to be given in April, solely on the ground that he couldno father. A few days after this resemblance UI [Lney, liver and bladder Order For Publication. IN THE WORLD"

and to which all the state will be Invited almost entirely disappeared : 'v remedy. and the one that la liMa7eler9; ilartford
afford to serve on the salary magazine different ?]? : of
longer!; The Influence of the air and food and .11 i It I Is, the great\ madl mike Circuit Court, Eighth' JudIcIal Olr-I from all others ] ;
with I the additional attraction received. l cult, Putnum County, Fiorluiu-.Iit I Ohan-I It contains so o.
probably the change of posture bad so Iii fill Ical triumph of the more
superb pictures
of low railway rates. It would be -S'., ..- \ 1 nineteenth eei'y.J. monthly exquisitely! Life Insurance:
Il Ill century ;
altered the design of the fare that you \ ; L. Phillip, (lomplaliait.Florence 1 Bill| ff printed with fine art tone Ink. many of
an easy thing to rag out the Hon. Snider Chaeeil a M.a.A could have believed it a different indi I .b IV I discovered nfteryearsj ..r..mlu"t.Jlvor.e.>r the pages being in colors. The magazine
fr \V. A. :MacWllllams to representthis story is told by an explorer of a vidual. I afterward saw two of these tj j of scientific research Phillips, I > Is bound with silk cord but in auch a The Old Reliable "Orrnania
affidavit
large and fierce South American spider U .--_ by Dr. Kilmer, the KpowtrlnK by uppmidml
Spanish grandee, and the stage children die, one at six weeks and the _. eminent kidney and bin Stint: In the I above stated e\'m manner that it may be easily taken apart
which chases men It they come too tlefendeitt and
Florence Phllllpil, the therein
settings of the old town are all that near Its lurking places. On one occa- other. at four years of age, and about bladder specialist. and is wonderfully mimed, In a non-resltlont of the Stat of The Picture Framed Life" of New York
twelve hours otter their death they Immediately successful in promptly curing lame back Klorldu,and tll,' shin. Is n resident, of Pembroke .
could be asked to the
give landing a sion be was pursued by one. "Riding tIns III..t.ol and she There is enough goad
recovered the profile which acid catarrh of the bladder and I ti Oeorxln, that reading matter to
touch of naturalness. Let her go. at an easy trot over the dry grass." be uric < which is the worst Is' over the age of tvtffntv-onn years' nnd Unit make the magazine the most attractiveperiodical Marine Insurance:
bad struck me so much at their birth, Bright' Disease there Is no 'pi'ntoii In the Hlnto of Florttlu
F writes, "I observed a spider pursuing trouble. whom' the service of Muhpinnn woutdbid published.
of
the of the dead child form kidney upon
The Honorable Bill Kills that only profile was, mill Defendant It therefore ordered i iLIII.I A.Ir your newsdealer for Companies
says me, leaping swiftly along and keeping Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended :- the current rrhe 'Leadimg
as might be expected more strongly snUI uon-resldent Defendant and
"we (meaning the Internal Improvement with beast. I aimed blow with for but If have sueI number. If be does not handle it, send
up my a marked and, more terse than that of everything you I Is, hereby required to appear to thin Mill of us his.
; 4 board) got ourselves In a hole my whip, and the point of the lash the kidney, liver or bladder. trouble it will be Uompliiliit tiled In auld cause on or iM'fore and address name for and address: with your name All Claims Promptly
living. the remedy need. It has MONDAY,the 7th DAY JANUARY; a sample copy. Regular
found
bellevliiK we were right and If we struck the ground close to it, when It __ just you price
I been tested in ao many ways in hospital A. I>. lucY, otherwise the allegations of said 33 Cents Mention this paper and
Instantly leaped and ran tho : Settled.
were right then, we are right now" upon up slanT Ka.W'It. work and iu private practice, and has hill will be taken aa oonfeaMHl by sitld I JJufenditnt. address.

though; still In the hole, to be of lash and was actually within three or Little Willie-What are "debts," pat successful every cue that a f*
proved so It I Is further ordered that thin Order be BURR McINTOSH PALATIA >
four inches of band when I Offloe. 18 Frau St.
my flung Fa "Debts are the silent has been made by MONTHLY ,
course. That Is one proposition that my son special arrangement: published once a week: for 0 uontmetitlve
the wblp from me."-London Standard. partners of experience.Chicago Newa* which all readers of thin paper,who have weiks In the Palutka. News. a newsimper 4Vu 2204 Street New York City
the Hon. Bill In said and .
got right; alright, by have published Ouunty Htatn.Wltneia
not already tried it, may a sample my hniid and orniilal, 1 Heal' this,
putting In the "It," but as the people, RBUARKABUB CUs. STATE ow OHIO, Oitr rr TOLEDO,... bottle sent free by mail also a book telling the lAn day of November:: IINM. AN European.Restaurafit.
who decide the right and wrong ofa LUCAS UOUKTT. more about Swamp-Root,anl bow to IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
1 was aflllated with sciatica writes JHiAi;z) JOSEPH!: PRICK;:,
thing and who excavate the holes, Ed. O. Nud lowavllle Sedgwlck county, Frank J. Phoney m..I...oath that lie Is aenlor findontif you have kidney or bladdertrou- ,.-e--. clerk Circuit Court. The Christmas' or December number of Roooma
partnerof tha ami of K. J. Cheney A (;0., doing mention reading this Pnicat the Furnished
ble. When writing By K.RATMOMD Deputy uleiln Burr Mclntosh
I have said that the board was wrong I Kana., "going about on crutches and buelnee* In i he ally. of Tolmln* ,ununtr and SlaM and send Monthly Ie on all news '
suffering a deal of pain. I was induced .iro.oid. anil that ii'IMr.'rAW 1 nay the 'emn generous offer in thiS paper your M. I. t'OXE, land, a double number at 50 cents Hot and Cold Baths
ten: what's the matter with Its being to Ballard's Snow Liniment which of ONK: $ for .ach amivery address to Dr. Kilmer Hulluttor Jomplulnant./ topy. It it by far the mast beautiful .

wronk now-and In the bole. relieved try me. I used three COo bottles Hell.: none I slarrhOurs.at Uatarrh that If'RANK ciuiiol J. 'HaK'N.b':I\ & Co., Blnghamton ... immber ever published in this or any At

And.what's the use of political holes, It Is the greatest liniment I ever used ; Sworn. on lmfi>.. me and .iibaorlbed In my N. Y. The regular) : Executrix Notice. other country' It will be a delight for

L anyhow, unless it be to dump political lave. recommended It to a number of pre nue, Into am day of December A.W. ,.A A&D.ilf Iwtt.. fifty-cent and one- Jfotlre l I. hereby given that on Monday. ,months to come, and should make an James & Varnes,
persons; all express themselves aa be- ((Seal) Notary Publlo. dollar size bottle. are n ew or so.apao.L tile 11th: day. of May, 'ion. I .hall flunk. llnulreport ideal Christmas gift to an appreciative

r wrongs aaof' political garbage? on benefitted by it. I now walk without Uall'.Catarrh Pure !5 taken Internally. and old by all good druggists. Don't make : :of of my the acouunta hut wtIi.ssni nwl vouchers testament; an: exTUtrlic of- friend. Buy it ot your newsdealer. If be Pallotk& Fls.

Men and politicians who are eternally erutuhyos able to perform a great ""I. directly on the blood, and. muoou urfaoolof any mletak, bat remember the name.Sw.mp..Root. Matlldai Mann, deunased and apply for my U out, send us jo cents for a copy. ---...... -

right never fetch up In -.. hole, 'deal of light labor on the farm." SSo, 60o tbe system.nd F. t. CHBMSV fur: 'a m CO,!M.o::: O.gold ,Dr.Kilmer'. Swamp-Root dlsvbargtt aa such ezecuirix.MAItY t HlNRfl, BURR If you want to get'your nion y'swottjand : :
McINTOSH
and $1 00. 'Bold by Aokerman-Btewart by 'Price "*>- and the address, Blnghamton. N. Y.,.on MONTHLY
find them-
though they sometimes .Rv..I.J: see a good COLD knock.Ou"jf
PHI for 'Conitlpatlon. lBt5."ml'ri' I Vest 22nd
selves la the minority. I Drug Co. TiM every' bottle. ?alatk$,Florida,Nov.5th, < Street New York CIt1 feek'a Hue Tar Syrup.




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suite are poaitively worth from $8.50 to $10.00 or are mostly plain trimmed. Former 18.00. sale I
your money refunded any time during. / the gala. cloth, the collars fit close to the neck, the linings patterned in a broad variety of artistic ef price price Retiring j I
Retiring sale! price are good; they're perfect in cut, style and making. fects. There are a dozen distinct models in this \
Former price $9.00. Retiring sale price offering which are triumphs of the designer's art $9.85 ; I
b $3.95 and the tailor's skill Values $17.50. Retiring/
price 'i
w $3.95 We offer for your selection a line of high grade .
business suits well worth $12.50. -
Men[ s nobby $9.45 overcoats, embracing all the most approved models. : "
i''!. They include a splendid selection of single and dou Men's overcoats, made to sell for $10.00. This The weaves and colorings range from the aristocratic I.: 'It
Jf: ble-breasted styles of the most dependable fabrics, line embraces some of the best values ever oflered. !Men's suits, excellently tailored, representing black Kersey to the most pronounced fancy effects.
f";. including a variety of weights and grades, in dress- They are made of heavy blue Beaver cloth, long ail t I the recent models and superb styles, in both Never before has such coats been offered for less y- ;1
f looking mixtures, small chocks, broken plaid effect. loose fitting, also medium length. Retiring sale. single und double breasted effects, which will be than 20.00. Retiring sale price q,
!? Worth $12.50. Retiring sale price price worn by fashionable dressers this season. The linings fi "
$5.95 and trimings are fully in keeping with all the
: $5.95 bust qualifications of high grade clothing. \Ve claim $10.85Your
y them the equal[ of any $20.00 suits on the market.
"t 7.85 gives; you the choice of n magnificent/( assortment Another overcoat-that is a stem winder-is Retiring sale price choice of the finest Kerseys, meltons,
:A J of men's suits in single and double breast- one we offer at $7.05. These coats are as fine as ever tweeds friezes and fancy mixtures in overcoats that
-:', elf models, made of the most desirable cloths in the you saw sold for $18.50 of splendid black or Oxford $10.85 represent the designer's art and the tailor's skill ina
and tailored in the latest style. Frieze; also the new stripe or plaid effects are made
newest coloring
r' !: Men's fine dress suits, extra values, equal in marked degree. Regular: price, 25.00. Retiring
Better made garments have never been offered by with the full back, concave shoulder and long skirts, h
m firm under conditions for loss than 15.00. actually worth $15.00. Retiring sale price every respect to the finest custom work. They are sale price :0
< any any values such as have been sold at 2 .OO. Retiring:
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z''tlta} Boys two-piece knee pants suits, single and double breasted styles, Boys ,
; Don't forget made of durable fabrics. 'l'beyare genuine tl.: O values. Retiring sale Don't forget i'
price Boys, knee pact, OGo kind, made of cashmere and tweeds. Retiring
$..39 tale price this Retiring f :
ti this Retiring Boys two-piece suits single breasted jackets, made of all-wool ca 81- 37C
and che"oUs In nobby, up-to data pattern. while the workmanship
mere.
g.<< Sale of Cloth- .. and 1101.11. are superb; their value 19 taOO, $8,25 and ta.50. Retiring sale Sale of Cloth i :
price $.,8 Men's fancy and plain striped worsteds and fancy oanKttnere pants, form- ,
9 erly sold for *3.75 and .1.00. Retiring sale price ing. Nothing '
ing. Nothinglike For$:'l 49 we offer an all-wool youth's 8-plece suit, fashionably designed
and .K-luiilr executed of the moat desirable fabrics IncludlnHenther $1.69 ) :
mixture and fa neyc suits that are ready sellers at '7.50 at well like it everhappened f
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everhappened worth the price. R price 'J, .
$3.49 Men's fine worsted dress trousers, uarrow striped. Something real
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niLj $S.95 for young men's high art tailored suits In Herringbone striped cc.elmeres nobby. Formerly sold for $4 60 and ,,.00.( ) Retiring sale price t, ;
and mercerized worsteds single or donble-brenstud stilts that were '1
Lj this section formerly sold for tll.oo: and some for$5-95 more than/ that. Retlringsale.price $2.69: this section ,, I' ,

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SHIRTSMen's STAPLES MENS' FURNISHINGS HEN'S FURNISHINGSMen's '

HATSOne soft shirts I Men's lOo quality black tan and floe dress, gloves, $\lOOval r
,, hat odds 750 negligee Men's eliutlo seam drawers. 75c ues. Retiring sale price '
loft or men' fine soft; sale mixed hose Retiring sale price r
aid end, values i\v' to *S.OO. Retiring Retiring price39C value. Retiring sale prloe 4c 01c '. .t. ,
sale prior. 39C Men's extra fine dress Klo"es,'..l.1IO '
Men' lee
quality blank -hose.
$1.25 Men's $1.50 Negligee_hlrt., Retlr- Men', linen collars. Retiring sale Retiring sale. prIce values. Retiring 78c sale prices ..
\. 3.BO 80rt hat. In all shapes Inn snle price price ,,,, 8c Men's ICo white and fancy border : j
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and *. Retiring sale price Men'l coo quality black and fancy handkerchiefs. Retiring sale price
hose Retiring sale price 7c '
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sort hats In 170Men' Men's 60o suspenders. Retiring
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t8.00 Derby ribbed and fleeced tic linen handkerchief, sale price 33.
fashionable shapes for$$30."Re ire line slilrts and drawers, Bfio kind. Home initialed. Retiring sale lOo white handkerchiefs. 25o suspenders.cMen's Retiring lild,: '
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The I Cspter..5 Jeger.oa Dada
r A Llt.r.rr Tragedy. How III..... D" I.I prevented. her bus- ,
Why the ..01.... M..a. When Carlyle had finished tbe first baud from eHcullulr| lu his flight! after
Russian Courtship "Among the North AmerWan IndIans Tbe Island of Rats volume of his great work on the French the fall of llio Confederacy: U told In Established 1820.

the origin of tbe use of masks lay," revolution he lent the manuscript to Mrs. AVnrya )liujU. -Dixie( After the f

says a writer, "In the desire to conceal the friend John Stuart Mill. One even- War.. After, leavliwVnslil: ; \ .. ,
[Original. the emotions. Thus should two warriors (tCopjTlght.), by Homer Sprniiuo.) Ing soon afterward Mill entered Carlyle's On.. .Ir. rill\1. uu.l. ttoiril th.it maraudOflM .- Groceries Prompt Attention
Ivan ShouvuIIcf! a small Russian meet In combat the mask conceals Betwoou the! Philippine and Borneo door palo n. Hector's ghost, wIth wore III pursuit, of his wife's Fine i &fesSsSl&t

farmer, was one morning; hoeing la hi. any expression, whether or sym- Is 'a grow, of small Inlands.. In 18SC the dismal Information gasped out In corie.e.: mill, turiiliu; out of hit emote, Coffer H@K i Given to All l
little patch of ground when he .aw pathy, fear or other emotion. For Instance we touched at one of them, and the almost Inarticulate words that with ho role hii'J iicrniM c 01"1""" round his Choice : |
Sonia Nlchaelovltch Come! In it the the knowledge that fear was the exception of about four or five I fttu.Cy.: eou/veyud! Wens iieyoiul the Mail* Orders.'
natives reported a white woninu Teas \ wf
gate and to Ills bouse. Ivan knew an :
go depleted on one' face and that his sheets the manuscript was completely present dnuuuf, lilt In1 Uioiutht. amivena ''W
them Wo Induced them to
very well what slio was going there antagonist knew It would very pos among annihilated. Mill, bad left It too carelessly : about to ,iviu-w Ills Journey
for. In Russia among certain cia sse. slbly Insure the defeat of the one bring her to us. While dressed aa a lying about, and, a servant thinking HOUIII. Tliu puny euntpiul, a lieu he Household Adidas: CarefulSUpment..

It la customary for the girls to do the whose feelings were> betrayed to tbo native, her face was scarcely more It so much waste paper, bad burned MH roiHol: lit dawn!I by lilt. ue 1gl'O Bryant
courting. A girl who wishes a man other. So In religious ceremonies the than sunburned< and she was what It. Five months of steadfast occasion- who said' hoops we.'" voinliiK. if

for a husband goes to hla house and orator wears a mask that ho may nay one would call handsome. She ally excessive and painful toll utterly Mm. Dark' h/ttlftld/ liar liiwbniirt ti> and Fancy Groceries
Legs him to marry her. If ho doesn'twant speak his Inspired words without 1 I.- was only about thirty years old and lost! For three weeks Carlyle could leave.' Ills: li'ii'MM and \weapuus\ were, Dry
bar and turns her out, her rela terferonce or embarrassment, either ot do but down which the cavalry
(III the bust of health Her story wn nothing road Marryat's novels. near tile road
lives will take revenge upon him for which might arise were his personalitynot n. queer 0110. She was a resident ol Then one night Hitting talking to his WUB coining lu the darkness, of the The Best the World Affords
.what la considered an Insult. Ivan was thus veiled. Ha must not be overawed ba he what he took to be
Saigon capital of French, Cochin China. cook, decided It should be written teal caught up
a bachelor and knew that Sonia was by anything, a condition which sleeveless waterproof
and his
marrled'aFr..uchmun again eventually finished "such a ruitliiu. a
aba bad
four
coming to ask him to marry her. She might ensue If he were recognized by l years previous task Da I never tried. before or since." Kartuent. It was hers She then Wholesale and Retail Grocers In the World
Cliff and al- Largest ,
aw him working lu bis Held, but named Du
p pro friends, relatives or enemies, who threw a oh.rwl: over bin head lie
I tended< that she did not. Her object might scot at him. When masked the rnj..t at once bad sot out with him In a nnilcln' Oiilnlon of 111... Curlrlo.Kunklii went out or the lent. sine! ltoi!|>lnK nonr. with a National reputation: founded on Quality, Square

was to got Into the Louse, knowing orator's duty Is merely to listen to the Bulling vessel for Blugujk.ro." .. Two spoke wltb scornful amusement "Hull!" cited u \Ir ippr.!. leveling a Dealing and Low Prices. THE PUREST FOOD
that once there she would have every; Inspiration which comes without effort days after sailing they had encountered of such mistaken enthusiasts as cnrlilnc nt him Mr. Tavla' dropped PRODUCTS.
advantage. Going to the door, slid through the medium of the spirit a typhoon. She was not very clear wished to enroll Juno Welsh Carlyle his wraps' nod liurrln.l forward Mrs.

knocked and, receiving no response, And since this Inspiration might seize as to what followed, being very 111 al. among the martyrs on account of her [Jot In saw Ibo (-nrlilne. vast her arms
r opened and went In. any of tbe tribe at such times all come tho time She thought the ship struggled "man's" bad temper. lIe admitted that about her liuxlniid: and lost him his Lowest Prices Prevail

O ? Ivan leaned on his hoe handle and masked." with the storm for two days. She Carlyle was frequently grumpy and one clruuv. of e ('nio.. fjr he might
scratched Ills bead. lIe believed the then leak and foundered habitually melancholy-."but so nm I" lime dipped| awry IM I!, the! ilnrk.Snbntltulvii Our tremendous trading with the leading Americanand
Ills that fall upon men come from women If Men Were ]HH...|.. : sprung a -and ho was cislly Irritated. "That Europedn! markets enables us to effect unusual sav
lie bad had an uncle whose wife Out of every five animals In the aul The woman bad been brought on deck clever shrew"" his wife well knew this For T....
was shrew nod bad seen life uncle mill kingdom four are Insects, of which aud lashed to the bulwarks along wltb and by the very tone of her voice as English. eottiiic rn bavv to tine the ing. We give the benefit of this to you.
under the lasb of her tongue Consequently there are 200,000! species In a humanworld her husband while the crew were tryIng she "rasped out hla name" could set leaves of shrubs and herbs. for tea.
bo bad not only resolved that of that sort for every gigantic to construct some sort of craft his nerves on edge In n paroxysm of such as limo black curraut Our rounsylvnnlu Write us for our "Table andlIome"
lie would never marry, but lived In man there would be four pygmies and A great wave suddenly overwhelmedthem febrile irritation-Scrlbner's. raouutoliieera use the SollOnguodorata
dread lest some woman should get him <* the pygmies 200.000 distinct racea aud the next that Mrs. Du Cliff for tea Instead of the costly Catalogue and Price List

i In spite of hIs resolve. And now one These pygmies would be made up of ahead remembered was waking up on the Not In 111. Dn>ln.... Chlua tea. Sulldago; odorato la a variety -
bad effected an entrance Into his citadel a middle body and a bind body shore of an island She was still "You' fellows may find It all right of the familiar goldonrod. In Louisiana A magazine of Intense interest to every housekeeper.

and he saw defeat staring him In each of which would be composed ot lashed to tbe wreckage, but she was said the man In the corner of the It Is Inregrly used by the French Complete, and beautifully illustrated, from which you can
the face. bard, shell-like rings, and because their alone. When she was able to move population of the remote districts.
smoking compartment, "but In my order the round. Blank order form enclosed.
she found fresh water and plenty year
about Gaultherln
bodies thus divided Insectec Cbeckerberry or teaberry (
With were < or
be
a sIKh weut to the house business I can't take people as I find
; There stood Sonia by the hearth on they might be called Insects. Their of wild fruits, and In the forest she repens) la a little spicy plant also used
constructed but out of limbs and them.Vbat We Pay Freight Charges
a for tea.
legs would out of either the middle -
:which Rhe had thrown some fresh grow Is your business. ?" asked the __

.,) wood.< smile She looked, a color up overspreading with an embarrassed her- breathe body through or the hind boles body.In They the middle would she bushes.expected Every rescue.day for She long could months see man labels whose suit case was covered with Prime Hobealoh ID Lit. On receipt of price, any orderof; $20.00 or over will

face. body and eat drink, see, smell with ships sailing up and down, but none "I'm' : When Germany sent Prince lichen- 'be shipped, freight prepaid, to any Railroad Station East
a photographer.ClevelandPress. ,
within miles of her Off to the lobe to Paris lu 1875 his physiognomy
came
all kind of apparatus made for the '
"What do wish, Soula Ivan .
you
k asked."I purpose !la various and often widely east she could faintly make out other was not prepossessing. It was grave, of the Mississippi.

wish to be wife,-Ivan." separated parts of the body. If some elands or the main shore, but no help Electricity. I' sad, without life. With dead, expresslonlesa .
your came from that direction. If she bad the habit of carrying his Refunded if Goodsare
of those eyes Money
pygmies were weighed
4 "Do you not know that I have resolved young Sold a young student to a professor
md the means to build a' fire and head over him right shoulder, a slow >
a pound and ate like a silkworm
they
never to marry of physics at Columbia: "I had a good
raise a smoko signal some one would step and the air of being overwhelmedwith not SatisfactoryThis
would In two months devour fortyfivetons
"Yes; I have beard that""Then laugh on a friend of mine last night
have come, but she was helpless In the burden of bla moral
of food. It Is scarcely remarkable preoccu-
why do come here lie confessed that he did not know
you
To this question the girl made no therefore, what millions of grasshoppers bat direction. It was three months what electricity was." pations, all tills tended to repel rather liberal jitter, and absolute guarantee, Is war

't reply. will do to a cornfield or gypsy before land. Then she thoroughly she found explored It to be her about Is- "Then It's up to you to laugh at me," than attract.-Paris Figaro. ranted by the high quality of our goods* and the universal

p "There are better men than I wont moths to an apple orchard. two miles In circumference. It was was the answer." "I don't know either. ...tho...... by Sh.k.p..r.. satisfaction wherever sold and used.

you. Some of them have ten times the. Pollard and Vlvoroni. well wooded and In the center was a Who does Shakespeare baa "slzt" for "sixth." a

land I have, with many cattle besides.' Observing a passenger with the un- high bill of almost solid rock. There Doubtless lie .o pronounced It, for be
"And there are better girls than I lighted butt of a cigar !In his fingers were birds In plenty, but not a wild A Snlutltnt. was credited with having written the
Purchaser, there
/ :want you girls with much more dowry the street car conductor requested him I animal or reptile of any sort any pedigree three parts of "Henry the Slit. and V/O
than mine." to put It out One day, after six month. had gone !toes with this dog Itinerant Dog he certainly wrote "The Life of Henry
"Then why not both choose for ourselves the bill to see Vender-No, sir; I'm all out of pedl- the Flft" the old edition has It
., "It I Is out, by and while Inspecting as
you chump, responded the
West 42d Street New York.
?" passenger. It she could not set up a signal there, grease. But I don't mind chucking In And It la worthy of notice that "flftn" :135-139 ,

$ 4 "I have chosen." "Pardon me," resumed the conductor he woman made a great discovery. a chain and a collar.-London Tlt-Ults. and "alezta" are tbe Anglo-Saxon Address MAIl Order Department

Ivan atoood a picture of Irresolution. "If I have failed to make myself clear.I I Sbe found a cave which had certainlyonce R..I..... forma.-Professor Skeat In National
He was like one drawn Into a vortex The condition to which I had reference been a depository for the plunder Tubbs flatter myself that Review.

without power to resist On the one was not one of mere temporary lion- of the Sulea pirates What she told us I honestyIs o 0 .. ___. _.
hand was the girl, the firelight tingeing combustion but of elimination the believe to be the truth, because she ver- printed on my face. Grubb-Well Th. immt Straw.
her face a pair of neat ankles protrudIng In She visited tbe -er-yes, perhaps-with .some allow- ]Manager-Do you know what tbe papers
eradication, I might say, of the physical fled It many ways. for
below her short skirt. On tbe other presence of your nicotine laden remnant cave twenty different times-!In fact, delphia ance Inquirer.typographical errors.-Phlla- are saying about you? Actress Palatka: News Job Department
baud was hla shrewish aunt whom he this process followed necessarily lived In It for the last month of her (disdainfully)-What are they saying
could banish from his and she had plenty of time to Manager-Nothing. Actress (strongly
never remem- by t cessation of the odor now permeat- stay- so
Hidden knowledge differs little from For All .
Superior Printing Purposes.Don't
brance. lug an atmosphere already somewhat overhaul the plunder. She found In agitated)-IleavensI! What Impudence!
gnora nee.-Horace.
"Suppose," be said presently, "that I deficient, I fear, In the essential element hot cave gold, sliver and paper moneyto New' York Press -
{, make your mother a present of my of ozone. I'tn a bumble conduct the amount of 30,000. There was
best cow." or, and my aim Is to please; but, you gold; dust which she estimated at $10-
"She does not wish a cow." Jig porcine stiff, you throw that cigar 000 more. There was jewelry worth I OO
"And a horse for your father. through the door or I'll throw you andIt thousands of dollars. She said there I
"He has already 'all tbe stock lie can both. See" were diamonds, ruble. and other pre-

use." "Excuse me, professor" replied the lous stones. There were Innumerable Borrow Those I Here are Some
"la there nothing I can give to gain passenger meekly, and tbe Incident bales and boxes that she had not meddled -

Immunity" was closed-Philadelphia:: Ledger. with and did not know their con- _
Sonia mused awhile before replying. tents. So far as aba could Judge, no

y Then she looked down Into the Are mid ........1.. Chry.a.tbemume.In one bad visited the cave for year. I Tools Again I Sensible Suggestions
I said softly:: the arrangement of chrysantbe. When we pinned her down to partlcu- )
"Yea, Ivan; there In one thing. Give mums the Japanese guard against seven lace she remembered that a ship's chro-

me that and I will depart""What faults. Their stems must not be of nometer she bad found among"" the and stuff sbe @ We will fit you out with a full .set of good tools. ,
la It?" asked Ivan. the same length, a single flower must bore the name of "Antusln,
"A kl...." not turn its back or present Its full gave; us the markings of several bal.... four of them and a pencil, as follows:
"Ob, that U easily !given!I" And, advancing race, the flowers must not be hIdden It was a story to stir the Imaglua- !
toward her be slipped his uy leaves, or, should they be arranged lou and would have found ready believers forChristmas
lu the of full blown flower In the world. We December 22d.
arm around her waist and, raising her way steps, a anywhere I Saturday Only,
bad Intended should never be placed at the base of were convinced within an hour that the :
hers. He
face, put hIs lips to ....
to give her scant measure but the composition, and one odd one must woman had seen what she declared she
Into not be allowed to fall between two bad and that the Island was tbe one
hIs bad
somehow when lips got
others alike In color. Three flowers known: now a. "Outer Island". It
to take them
position he lost power
should not appear to form a triangle. taiiiln today the westernmost of all
that the
The consequence was
away. be and Is still without Inhabit-
clock on the mantel ticked many seconds group
I'oteelln ants. After a full year on the Island 1 '
before the kU was finished. "My husband Is a brute" said the lira. Du Cliff became desperate. She lW '

Then SonIa said: excitable woman. gave up all hope of being taken off and ?
"Now I will go, Ivan." "Have you been, scolding him?" determIned to rescue berself. She builta One 20-Ineh Hand Saw, Buyers : ; '
Ivan followed her to the door and ae
"Of course I have. raft and one day trusted herself to
she wan about to depart said: "Ah, I suppose he talked back and the treacherous sea. A west wind was
"A kiss la a little thing to pay you used harsh language." blowing, and she hoped to be carried :
for giving me up, a very little thing.If "Worse than that! He yawnedr' across to other land before It changed.
you wish I will give you another. For five days she drove up and down I Carving Sets.
Ivan have paid In full I _
"No ; you
then cast ashore
Fiction. the China sea and was '
will not take another." Little Bess What's fiction, Jack on the Island where wa found her. That 6
She stood with her band resting on Small Jack-Pa says !It'. a story that the natives had been kind and respect- w i We have them in great variety nt moderate prices. I
her.
the doorknob Ivan very nesr ends by saying "they married and tul to her was owing to the fact that
"If you will give me berg the one I lived happily aver after." they thought she was out of her mind.
have given," be said, "I will send the Half a day after the story bad been Table Cutlery. '
cow to your mother In exchange." An unbridled tongue Is the worst of old we were on our way to the la- I II U U II
a "That's a fair bargain" she replied. diseases.-Euripides. land. We reached It without Incident,
U. Again Ivan slipped his arm about with and a bitter There is nothing made that the celebrated
took Whisk Was Sliotf but to meet a surprise I One Complete Pocket Kit of 1(1( Tools and Handle, well made ., equals I
and
face along
raised her
her waist, There was a Jere Clemens who was disappointment. We had no sooner ''J> 1$47"'
f' oger s make of KNIVES FORKS and 1
n F kiss. a United States!! senator and In his day approached the shore In the yawl than ,
She opened the door and was going enjoyed the usual senatorial fame-a we discovered that the whole place I : 'r.: ;Wti'i. .- SPOONS. '
1 out when he called her back. tame which perishes whether It spring warmed with rats. The creature. \ :

( "Come to the hearth," he said< "and from four years' service or forty. After were there by the hundreds of thou- r 'n'n'e' c' l-mOI.I..c.\l' pen' '

' :warm yourself before going out Into Jere Clemens' fame as n senator anda. They were water rats of the E. s' ,,,. ; Pocket Cutlery '

r. the cold. mused away be was still remembered largest size" and their demeanor was
I' Again she stood by tbe fire, and Ivan for many years on account of another ao ferocious that we dared not land. Fine .
assortment of
Pocket
r said: service which ha performed. He shot We pulled all around tile Island a doxeu Kmves'rangmg in price
l For another kiss I will send a horse Did John Brown's Governor Wise lathe times over, but met the rodents from 20cto $/.50,

to your father. hInd leg In a duel. However, I am everywhere. They were gnawing down
r "I think perhaps father might use not very clear about this. It may be the trees oDd eating the grass out by I
., another horse." that Governor Wise shot him in the the roots. Where they came from I
This time the kiss was lunger than hind leg. However, I don't think It Is cannot say There was not one on the Fine
any of the others. When It was finished important I think that the only thing land when the woman left We tried : Razors and Safety Razors.

( Sonia asked: that la really Important Is that one of powder and shot and fire to frighten

t "Why did you bring me" back to the them got shot In the hind leg. It would them, but It was not to be done Aftera 11 One I ul1- lze Hammer, 1 lb., Polished Head and handle : \Ve have the leading makes of Safety Razors from t
.
hearth I was not 0 cold. have been better and nobler and more week we bore away for Saigon. f1 00 to
$5 and all
\
i "My horse 1s very valuable I wished historical and satisfactory If both of Here the woman's story was fully corroborated i are guaranteed.

to be within hearing of the clock to them had got shot In the kind leg. Butt as to her residence, marriage t
, count Its beats and ba sure I was getting I Is of no use for me to try to'recol-- and tbe loss of the ship, but the : Big line ofShears '
good measure" lect history. I never bad a historical tory of the cave and the treasure had : : : :: : i

"Would you like your horse and cow mind. Let It go. Whichever way It also to be told. The French governor '

back?" happened, I am glad of It, and that I.n. la at once sent a ship to the Island and and Scissors .

"How could I !get them" a much enthusiasm as I can get up brought everything away after having ono Stanley 2-lt. Folding. : rocket Rule i e' .
t She looked down Into the flame. for a person bearing my name. But Iam spent a fortnight throwing poisoned I and ies'Manicure and Sets. I

1 "oh, yes; I will buy each back for a forgetting the first Clemens, the food to the rats. We of the trading All Five for the Price i Sewing. ,,,... ;.
i 1 kiss." ore: that stands farthest back toward schooner were. promised a fair share, $150
"I do not mean that. he really original first Clemens, which but) no man of us ever fingered a dol- of a Saw alone $1 50 .
"What do you mean?" was Adam.-From Mark Twaln'a Autobiography lar. Wa were put off on one excuse or .
"You may have them back If you In North American Review. another and anally threatened wltb Imprisonment 0 I Tool Sets for Boys.

F will marry me." if we moved further In the We have a limited number, and they will go I
.
Ivan repurchased bla horse and his matter. The woman was given a (
... like hot cakes. If
Let Him Right
use tools :
himself for them. Fortunately you at all, Everything in Enamel and In fact
cow by giving A minister, addressing a meeting of bare, I believe, but the greater! part Graniteware _
e for him, ha did not get a the London Bible society, of which tbs ot the singular find went to enrich two don't miss this chance Come there are thousands of useful articles for Christmas
!
+ shrew but an excellent wife. three officials of the colony.
Marquis of Anglesey was president, or and see for
yourself. Gifts
at the
F. A. MITCHEL. aid that St. Peter refused to admit M. QUAD.

the marquis as a peer or aa Welllng- Water .. t.. V.14t.Water .
Willlnsr Enough. ton's old officer or lord lieutenant of Is sometimes vary score and
"'Vhot!" exclaimed old Roxley. "Be-- Ireland or the leader of the Horae precious on the South African veldt, I '

fore yoU think of marrying my daughter guard) .Waterloo, but let him right according to a writer, who says: "In
r you should be making at least $IS" In as soon as be knew that ba was. our veldt cottage we bed no well. only
(XX) a year." president of the Bible society.rtwmt large tanks, and about August our I
"''''ell,"' replied Nervy, "If you can condItion usually became desperate. KENNERLY

make a position for me at that figure B. I. AlUok. It 1 you washed your hands you carried HAROW ARE CO
I'll take It."Detroit Free Press. An old Scotch drlllmaster, so the the precious !fluid out to pour It on I'

r Table 5 i..fl..... tory goes, taught his pupils the art of some thirsty plant or vegetable; the ,
with the saber until they the of 1
I could better eat with one who did thrusting bath water same, part It being
, not respect the tows than with a aloveo Were quite proficient lint saved to scrub floors. Cabbage Palatka
end unpresentable person. Moral qnal* "Now teach us to parry," said they and potato water was allowed to cool Florida.
Ides rule the world, but at start dlstances -' "Oh. said be, "you moat .do the and then used for the garden or to ,. tS
the senses are deapotJa.-ICmer- : thrusting and let your enemy do tilearryJnIl. wash. the dogs In first so that these I
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Local. Time Card No. 67. la Effect September 16, IC6. .,

RrnOO8GRI 1lliGI. James the Blrss grove of Dunedin properties has of purchased the- IIOUTtIBOUND-RSAD DOWN. _-_ __ NORTHBOUND-READ UP. _

t \ late T. 8. JDaVeau which .... 95 110. 2& STATI0NS: 110.78 "0. 88
Crescent ; [ 7 7I lie just "Di.!! Daily! __,Ooll! Dallr
City south of town. There are\ a tot.lliof -rotiiiem11 touhi t"v..:. ............. ... ,,"...... ................Ar 7 :luI'OI 8 M.m
25 and .00.m, 8/n/. ............ Jj'b' J..ck.'vUlo..I.v, 7 l-I.m 8 t7..0
.' want to talk to acres the property with fruit 7 topm 104"Rm .. ...............Jj. A" II.JlIIO.... ............ .. n t.pau 7 45cm _
you \t/ .................. .... ..
and Vicinityhave crop brought 12500. The deal 7 515pm 11 IMam iluetliug .. ....... 0 Ik.n, 8 tU.m8011pm
I.' about Holiday Qooda. i made was DoKt Suffer 11 Stem .. ..................F"'.t I'RI..ka.. ....... ........ .. 61W..m. .. 811U.m
I have a beautiful line of } J through Paul C. Smith, as udmlnlstrator -8 Stpus I'JCJtIi' '::................J... r..1ia.--. ) :: : : : :::: .v.4 Stluu'\ I .OO8m--
of the estate./ The 1 _7 t8pm..11 lURm, ................... ............ ......Ar S4lit'tii, C StaunMuitliuileo .
Ling! siuco learned i Japanese Dishes J purnhnsed grove bAnlQht\ long from toothache S26"... ............ ..............:.. : .............. ::LY : :......... 'ThTioi .'
that high-class groceries t 1 by Mr. lIlies are. among! ............ 8 that 1.v.................Ciii, SI elm,....................,t r.... .......

can be bought!; cheapen] at I sent ack'ge.to me The in the price original will J J' the best In this ncutlim. ne rexlci& or rheumadismLiixinxeivt a S StIfle l4pua 13 I) lEipuu 401,111:- 'i-r::: :::::::: :::::.l'.I, ,::::l.-:::::::::::::::::.Ar: .. t r.::: T=:: .

store than elsewhere. it'a Mr*. J. L. Ovurstreet of Galesburg StHpm Elton: ........ ..... .. .uiruuid.......,......... .. "'Ipn B..u'. C 1
our be within your reach. \ f III. !. IOO'lp". I 24p.u, .................Ilayloini.......... ........ .. 841'1.11. ttHaW
We want all the winter arrived last Saturday. and for S1o&r s 101Up.. J 801"11 .................'Ott (o'"IIIre.... .......... .. .. 51.1,1,1 t 87.mI r ,. I 4
to know this 5 iI'\J My 3 and lOc Counters : f the present Is quartered at Crescent _10 115pm \I UOpm Ar..N.w.. IimY-'oa................ .. .ltp01 t Ib.,11, .
housekeepers are loaded 11100.. -" .-' ........::-:7'r.ii1.TII.jII-----: : : ;; :::: : : ; : --tThti'lpIO.
fact. They can know by down with \ / Inn. With her Is her father, Mr ii 28.1.1 tObl'U' I...............o.UlllluI'y.( .. ..... ..... .:11.v iz II and let us nCtepricfs. > Desirable Goods; in fact V Brown and her sister, Mrs. Scot # ..! 40.ia BIII-! !! :i.UriuIug.jCItyJUflu.f4!! !!!! .!.:.:-'!..:.:....,: : ..*24.t.llul_ !.Sulon\ !
calling q entire stock 10 tLplllnil'; ,'.... v.-N'\: ,,.."n......... ........Ar a 1 OI".a. -t OIalll, I
I.m.T.! i of goods i I" and her son. They come to spent 11101'''' tOp', '. ..................uutt, siot ..................t. 2.,11.. 88'a01
1" will please you. Come aud J, the winter. Mrs. Overstrent i.iiptn !!!.Ht.t! Ar.,,==.!:....:.,1,"...:, 1,!,=:. ::, _2iK.ptn_': elauls' I
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Our stock in always the see me. I will owns a kills the pain quiets the IIIU8ru- 0 Ml1lT's'. s .................,.101..rd................-..II.-- II Mo.1II litjth ,t
BEST and always FRESH. help you J pretty grove down near Hammond .._1I8I11'h_ !_ II 55ii!!,!!, I---! ,.:.::...::..:.: ."8I1.rd"c, ': ..... ..oOO.n.2lu..n!!! !., 4
J select goods so that you ''I statIon She hats visited Crescent nerves and induces 116Ip'" "i'iii1io<" Lv................ .. .ltulaviilu.: ......... ........Ar RO(iil1iui "j'iiiaii' -' t
Our Holiday Stock of if', make sleepAt 1'4 81a. 8 Sipiu ....................('IIeul./v I ti.in R 2"a.u. 1

Edibles will contain everything can nice presents a (for treat many small \I., City host many times In the past and hasa i'4 1 O4.i Mute : 511,1,1 tl.il::: : :: :::::::::::::::::leu lL.'t'tlulIttt. I: : ,::::::::::::::::. :: 1 4/pm 201.1,1::: f 4'lalfl ICN,:,,

a \, of old friends here who are all dealers Price 25c 50c & I.OO llUa01 t 11I"" ,", .................'I 1.1"0.I l ........_....... .. U 87"1 J 87RIII 0 .
needed for your "i amount of money.EQNE. i pleased to greet her I Ittlata' 0 "'p.n' ................. '.1'8..11111 ................. .. t tao U Stain, .
Christmas Dinner. again Dr E&rl 5.Sloal'Bostol'.Mass.U.S.A. 24Ho". S 001'11' 'u ..................H.l .1..ln., ................... .. 10 M!..... 12011..', .
I.t S f" Mr. and )Mrs. Harwood Keener of : toatm ittatt' : 3 il7iuiti 1rpm: :: :::::::::::::::::..:'.i. :',i."':('i ?::::::::::::::::: :: .j Jg Sotun, :, It lapIn 191110.; ::: ,

Jacksonville .. ................... ....... ..
't, were guests of Mrs. B. 8 Stain 0 41 II'tu .1.100..i ............ II> 11111I: 111"1" I I40M0
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4&\\ The Shoe Man. _F. Carrier. over Friday, Saturday and ----Pu' : Clans : 4ijiiu Cliii( ::::: :: ::::::::::::::.itiIitiL..::: ::::::::::::::::::: :: Jg :illislu SiaS::: :, It 10 15Cm rupm:; ::: I
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want 7 :IIII'm ................11010..0'1.' ... ............ .. .hrn,
Box Muteno! Crescent City Florida. Bunuay.:: Mr. Eosser - ------ -- --- 1021"01"
'O1lllle "k Is an expert .4O&ru 7 tii'n, ...............%t'It. I. ,. 1COlll'IU1116alll
j violinist and during his WELAKA. .. S l51m. ..............\\.1..' >> -
there irate 0 Shim'
_._._.CC stay 11 41ian 84'1'11I' ..................1<.... :' ,
"'"__.", e e...........;. was some charming musical hours IIGHI\ID 8r.'I'III' .. ....................1 1 < : ISlan'iuirn SIOI'II1 80lPll1 .
at the Misses Eva and Ellen Green of i".iiRii'1i ; 1 e48am V 4tjiii ............... ".t .. ttiu, 71.11.1I.
family home of his hostess, Frultland In town fora I HALL I In 6 Slam D4,1II, 1. ................... I. .II lUau 7/1<',..m700a.Il ',
J. W. MILLER. Weather Heport.Crescent with Dr. Dunshee, trombone, W. C. were Saturday D C""JIII .................11' "Juipilor..a" 'little' 1 Spin' ,
few hours. titans 102<1,iiI",, ..... ........... ..','''' 4.1.5w' 71" ,
; Oltjr t" mpunitiira,, for tb. weuk codIng Carrier piano nnd Mr. Kosser as vio- Crescent. Fin. 7 tOann IU IIOI.m A;................... 1 (1.11,0..pmIg ,
City
DucomlKir" Hlb, 1UD6: Miss Allen Hlsoook returned home :[:J j jg Slain ,, ..
Crescent City, FJa. Max.for Mitt for linist. This was Mr. Kosser's tint from Spring; Grove where she has A Popular Family Hotel fc fcU Ittluiuu: .I:::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::Ii u,:,;:: \' ;,;i:::::::::::::::: .:::: :::::::: iluuititfl'ot ::::::
visit to Crescent been .
City and he lelt teaching school the few
December. 1..m. 9 p. m. B p. m. B4 bri U hri past under the of Wm. LI ; -
months. management J'.lor Car nil lr.Iili '"n I 13. JtS't itlooi.lutg'' Cars,,uutruilui.. OD ao.1 tie
H. Saturday, <4U M lID ia 11 expressing himself as .I"li {ted with a ,
I 8. 81 Norton. g _!.i.IallyeXOOptnIi.IuiSF... I :. .,, _______ ___ _
Sunday 71 5 5 78 M -=-:- := =-"" -==,=--
10. MonJuy. e.1 TT Uif 77 6'1i our pretty orange grove town. A party of young people from Pomona gj! In the midst of the best or- -- --
u_ _u 11. TueiiUy..... 02>> ro tat To uula. Capt. Miller's were In town Wednesday night! a ange growing section of Floi'lt;j : :0-11 u 11ytl? M YI'ORT SRAMc.H. NO.2Z'
>>. w dn or M steamboat Hue has enjoying a straw ride. U d.... Fine boating, fishing and 1:1: it:I;' '8.1: :i' oon, r: :: .I D"II' 6'inn': :' Oalll
g9a a e" 18. Thurniluy. ti3. nil MX" TO 01 taken excellent care of the rush of 3 bird Beautiful views
I II. Frldnj.. oat4 70 OU TO 01 orange shipments which have A party of ladles and gentlemen I Crescent shooting.Lake from hotel p I'll '2- 'j;;;; 1030am tiIOui fl ,.-'; iv.. ........ t,Irk "', Ii'.1"i ... .... T i;:JP-;; ;;;
B D. WILLIAMS. Observer gone went out on the river Saturday afternoon Sot 2 UIi'III, III .tteu' C 'iMi.Ifl I'' (nitu I, .....11..'":. I .. ,"kuivlilu.. ..I..'I 7 '1711",, 12 211un II 2"fllI1opm 4
Christmas GoodsatCHAMBERLIN'S forward during the past six weeks. nnd enjoyed a few hours' listing. .. Handy to steam- R 2 < )OIj'Rm' I C 5/Jlu.i, 0:11.: .1 ,, .... ....... .., .".lii.. i .l.'i'tlt" ..' ..... .. 7 'Iai,'' it rioftun 4 titpu.n ,
'aJ The boats had n boat landing. Board by week I'I! 2 4'.vm 10 5'aIuI. G "''i'uu, IJI.I 1,11", .......AII".Io'I I 1..ri.li.' ...... 7 '1,1.ui' '' I II I 4111, 4."VID"
r1 "' have taken They fine lank.Miss .... .. .
every package n and month at reasonable rates. n 1l00V'u_ 11 lOatiitll.uuu I I II t.iht" \ .V I .. .I, tlI.isuui1lliitiiiifl 4Stlit
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offered and there has been
no delay \ Bertha Morrison Tourists.
$ went downto Caters to Northers [3
r Toys, Fancy Dlitna VVufe aJ; Personal and Social. < hough the crews on the boats'have : Palatka Saturday on a pleasuretrip. ::I Write for terms. (JH PENINSULAR AND CCCI5EKTL: SIEAfUKlP; CONKKflOKS: : AT-aIlAM... ,

1"1 1"1 Poll Wilsons.UreHslne Carriages. Wheelbarrow, t! "".' '''''''''' '''''. been working almost InceaBently, Close Connection M.01;;- Mini.I\ : wllii !; "nniliipo' ; 'ol f the I'. &:-0.' S. S. Compiny. I

rr Ca...". Olove Pictures and UP1 t.I t.I K. Borstm visited the county cup I. big The> steamer to Clayton was put on nt to W.to Palatka H. Alien last was.Wednesday a business vlsl- I Wm C, NORTON gn | _ Havana .Li Key Wc&t.I .
1"1 Handkerchief Cases tal this week. expense Captain Miller\ and Its I -
and Picture Frames, Vas.'a IJ doubtful he will make a cent lahe '\'. M. WillIams made a business Crescent City Fla. :gAdministrator's s sn SOUTHBOUND .. NORTHBOUND .j I.
Pocket Lv MTASIT..Tito..lorn l gnlnnlnf .11 I I .1 [ mAr t.v II 'iVA"f..Ttii.rwtiy. ........13 'On'n' f
and Fancy Baskets nU Miss Jane Morse arrived from the ; transaction but he was bound visit to Palatka last Saturday &;j jaaaaDaD KKY >N rHl\\\wliiiiMlnyn..', Him IIY'" 1 d f Hooks, Ladles and Gents Ink north last week.Chamberl1n DDD DaD DDaaaDaD Lv kEY \\KSTnlliu lnvi, ...... .. H" 'in, l.i' I.OW \.1\ I l4: Thiiriiliiy. Monilurt.a, BOpm .
1: stands. hat shippers should have !good ser Mr. and Mrs. D.1C. Cooper return. hAVANA..tuumiv ....... OLD in Ar MIAMI ...I'.rlollly.'I.II......",..... t uipnil.ctvv.
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'al knives forks and has an attractive line vice and they have had It. ed last Friday from a visit to Bt. : -- c,
Bilverware. V1a n Augustine and Daytona. AddlLloinitaiilgis: ;; ; :;l.Key: West;; mid Havana. 101 a watches chains and of Christmas novelties. ,
spoons ctiurnis\ fobs rings necklaces, gu It Is estimated that the close of The city council In regular session Notice., KIY! WF./lT....UniiddV rrhluvii... 8 ''''l| '.. I I I.. 'HAVANA: ".Tuo..ln>'.. IIIII".y..12' noon
'I cut buttons stick pins match LaU John McUrady visited Palatka. the the present week will witness! more last Tuesday afternoon ;took action Notlee is hereby glCun tiiuIt tlulu'ty I days. Ar HAVANA..Tuoi.U. I"ul..p.3. ii ).)>011 I, Ar KKY \> (;.41 Tli...'1itsHuturluyii. 8 BUpm !

.,safes manicure s sets bracelets. U'a early part of the week. ban. two-thirds of the orange crop In various matters. pertaining! to after of date ft.,i'I.we Muirgutut, u.s allnlnietrators. "ttuousvd will of I the ai.pivIiy vs.tuite Trains Disclmrjce.;l'ms>ciiscrs, : :.t Shlp'a. ]!:Ja. No-1 anster.. ; :

fountain pens. pearL. handled Allen Long and Harry Chamberlinwere shipped from this section. Old Welaka's saline laxative mineral petition: to the county: J Jud5.'of Putuuuiuuioouuty I ,
holders, sterling silver a;) water. The board decided to have FlorIlui, for h'iive I uuuiI uuutiuou'lty, to TboRe TlmoTiililtii how the, tlane. "t"hti It Irnhirt ninv btiuxr* ,C4 1 101 pen among the Monday visitors growers[ can scarce remember when sell at private or publIc snie' tint followIligIPuoi'iiol from the several ..riillnnlitit,' '' I ili!,. II',t. I I..r .1 l..|.., '.tri nt turn lldithluiurut ", I UfHl,,, !I. .not Kimrnnt 4liiiriuufiiirUlnif J Jour
:'a thimbles, SHWinR! sets. Bide :: some folders printed for advertising! liundi, ti'loflglrl5; to the estate ofMuilul I.this CoII\PIU\| tjtu hi! II M-M, ...i-, / .i'- I"s" ninyioii' t'" llmrofrom.For l'
there _
La combs. Palatka. was' such I a rush of shipments purposes; also to order bottles in d.J., allll ulescritwl. as followat. 'rue I, ,

Souvenir Uhlndware. L1i't L1g Mrs. U, F. Morse and daughter, and such uniformly good prices which to ship the water. ae.% ;.oC pt thu Mntragu uw 14, 500 g'lIltt 5,.twit butok II, .I 10 range: puigo'dr 40ulerl's Copy| (.f tie LOCAl. TIt: CA'iO or Other Information j I"

Neckties !gloves handker- Miss Emma, were called to Palatka Maintained through the earlier 'rheVhist Club met with Mr. and suit. ii7, twp II,I tli5ti 9tj. lu tiCillIt,1111I1 It..c,.... lii "SEK: TH2 TICKET<: : AOCNT." i

t ch Hamilton-Brown leIs.[ !:1hoe8-ev.L1o last week. weeks of the season There w 11be\ Palmetto ilrs John street Dallow last at their home on : lid ito.corner liii. ,iout.it ufIiW auil. orsw east, o,ai'O p117 It,tiabts tap I.of rulnguu the J. D. RAIINC. AasU Ou-o'l H-i,.... .%9t.: ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. "
Thursday even. duculloud.I 1 ,'
little lull tinting the Holiday time .
n erv pair guaranteed. LIC' Miss Roane and Mitts Appleby spent lag and spent a very pleasant time. O. B. ROIIBE.J. )
Fine Candy from lUo to 75o tju and then shipments will\ begin again. !Several guests were in attendanceand :B.: MOK<*AN:, -<
I Saturday and Sunday with friendsIn I 1J.00-OO0I Ad I iHt toi'..
in n rn
per pound. u One reason for the rush of shipments with the members present there
Li La Chase & Sanborn's Teas and :f fu Palatka. thus early Is the fact that buyers were enough to fill five tables. Mrs. AATCiIAST LINE j 1

Coffees. Fox lllver Butter. U Mrs. S. 3. McUrady and Mrs. Edgar have been the with their Wilcox ot Nashua and Mr. H. K.iVald :
on ground
u loyal Scarlet Canned Goods 'aLS \ won the colors for the ensuing; ,
-the best put up. McUrady were Christmas shoppers own packing houses and men and week. The club meets next with Florida 1 ';
a If we hnve not the uooilii you want 'aLa 'aIYu (to Palatka last week. have bought up and shipped many \>Ir. and Mrs. (J. L. Ureenwood at Oranges, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, \
I u* your oiitur iintl Wto ulll gft It. their home Elm street.
t.I
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Mrs. C. A. S. Holland of Portland mull There still
!:i Catalogue of Jewulrv-ordur troll L1 crops. lire plentyof North Carolina South Carolina. 1
'a \V e take ordors' for UnuravhlK.Look I' Maine is here again the guest of her fine oranges grape fruit ivud tan- Wm. Allen of Crescent City spent Grapefruit I,
through OUrItok whi'ii you a
:'a.t l mu" Hftur OlirlHtiiuiH (I IftL.O art sister, Mrs. G. F. Morse. erines, however, In this section. Sunday In town visiting-friends. The Great Highway of Travel from .
lure to have 1011111(1111111 to pluil.iu)'011. p'a
U of Welakalans took
C. L. Chamberlin. Mesdames H. F. Johnson and Geo. Arrangements have been made advantage Quite party of the excursion on the TangerinesSold E Florida-Kast, West, North, South -
nr Neal visited the Methodist Conference with Rev J. K. Wight of Green Harry Lee Sunday to attend the

ccc cccn c cmcccc In Palatka over Sunday.All Cove Springs to supply the pulpit of Methodist conference In, Palatka. 'I-
only ou a commissionbasis I
To the East the Famous
our merchants are having an the Presbyterian church every other Wm. A. KIrkland was in town

'ai active Christmas trade and commercially Sunday until such time as a regular Monday for a few hours on business. by Florida and West Indian Limited I.

speaking Crescent City i is pastor or supply can be obtained. The steamer Wm. Howard was and New York Express. ,
rQWl I Mr.Vlght outdated lust Sunday for ate on Its return trip last week on

Fine. Stationery looming.F. S. Cone has a very' pretty line of the first time under the new arrange'tiient. account> at Nashua.of !getting stuck on the sandbar 8. B. Downes & Co. To the West 1

As Moderator. of the Florida
; Lmllfts of Crescent City and articles appropriate for Christmas O'1 Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta. .
vicinity wanting something synod, Mr. Wight la doing his best
bought specially for the pur. Tonlo.
gifts 208 Duane St. New York.
really nice In Stationery will ,
to secure a regular pastor for the
choice Willie wbnt's tonic? Pa-
U -Pa. a
which a assortment I
surely* find what they want at jose, aiiionn t Pullman CurH nut! Through Couches on all Trains.
htirch( but so far has failed. So It's something take to brace you
our store. We have It In all of dainty Japanese warewhich you
Atlantic Coast Line all via all
Mileage Books good to points
long, however as he continues to up. Willie Well whofs tentonl Prompt ,
grades. _ clime In the original package. come every twc,\ weeks there will be something to beuce you too much? trains as far Eattt as Washington, and as tar West as Hfc. Louis, Cincinnati .

,. If you have Chill or F :>er Fred Hubbard arrived last week general satisfaction, for Mr. Wight's Reliable .a.aL and New Orleans ; rats( $25.00.(

take tram Cumberland, Tenn., and will ministrations will be greatly pluns- Look beneath the surface. Let not Consult the Purple\ Folder I ;.

: No. 44. spend nt least a portion of the winteron lug to the great body of worshippers the quality of a thing nor Its worth escape for details and full information regarding! rates, Pullman reservations '

his father's place at Ltsnaro with at this church. Mr. Wight Is spending theo.-Marcus AureUus. schedules. Call on your nearest ticket agent or write

'I It will help you vet Kid of I Mr. Honulu.! Fred has many, old the week at Grove Hall. Itlrth.nmrkH whloh mark slid mar the OIINIO| [ | :: EJ: FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Dlst. Pass Agent W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass. Aft .
Them Quick.. We Guaruntouu frIends In this section, all of whomare or the body are a Krlef, to evory mother whOHfltilhl '- I'M West Buy street Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida. .
Cure: when taken. according to see him again. may buiir:;thum. IJul for every child who:: t
to directions. !25c. a Itottlo.Pur pleased IS NEW YORK PROGRESSIVE? who bears buar a birth-mark an 'liulullltlti, oil birth-mark the akin then on the are niluu many W. J. CRAIG Passenger Trafflo Mgr, 'r. O. WHITE. Gen'lPassenger Agent
'; The last reports from the sick bed million In Nervous mo.h...,. have ,,,,rvoIIe out hire.. amitany General Offices, Wllmlcaton North Carolina.
,:) aulo ut K. A. Qautlor were to the There are nearly five people a man. and woman owo. an Irritable and
irixluos O.} n...'. }IIII.II. of Mrs. the Greater City of New York ; loss tliau oitpoiidunt, tnnipuranimit, to thonG days. of -- -- -
''i I A. lUll!!'., HIHIO.J. effect that she was now well on the two million :20 yoaia ago. read whun lot inothur waltuil the hour of hur FOR SALE.
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.. 'lha of I... Plorc'iw'ii Favorite
( A. Knuwltoii A! 00' Ponioim.l Sho has been In Thou it took an hour fore streetcar laturnlty UMa
l>. H. IbiyUoil AOo'H. Homo.llliitl'M way to recovery. 'ruHorlptlon' MlruhKlhoim, the mother for her
: .. i Htoro:*)oOrIt.tOW; n. critical condition, and under the to go to BDtu Street noW II minutes rlul. \\lilt Htrtmidh coniBS a buoyancy oflilrlltt The executors of the estate of Edwin McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
Hun'I HUH'* "'Htoru l).,nvi>r. it arid through the subway. and <|OlulnuHH or mllitl I whIch U one of Gilbert deceased, offer for sale the ti>\-
Miss Lucy. tim hnpplBHH' n. a flint'h..r. call .buiitow oil hurtraprlnii. ,
.1'. t). Ii.tI uisoli',.. Hiivlllu.HnrtftHi care of her daughter, Is done with one
Now more palming | situated at Crescent
10NIDI| ,
1 Flit." lly tflvlnu vlKor and flimtlultv' to property
J. M. ]liimtuu A Mniltli.t'urruwnv Hholl HI ull, ..I... another trained nurse from Jackson- gallon of the L. & M. than with two ho dulluaUi:, womanly, orxamt FavorllH: : PreHrlptlon" City. Florida: All of Blocks (10 and 10. Commission lyicrchants.
gallons of ordinary mixed paint. practically loen n\vay with the pain Block: 11, InoludlnR the Bouthflelcl, Hotel
: Lound's Drug Store ville.Mrs. .. after spending! a Besides the L. M. Zinc hardens theL. of maternity' and: .as and HlinpleaM mnkui the the baby blotiHomlnK': advent', of utiiitnrnl a and furnishings, cottage and barns Two
'J F. A. Lasl r & U. White Lead and makes the ower. No opium or alcohol In "favorite lots on Central Avemie In Block 13. Tomatoes Pine '

:J Crescent City, Fla. few' days here, returned to Jacksonville L. & Ii!. Paint wear like Iron for 10 to 15 bottia.w reHorlptlon.rapper." In All not InKruulentii a secret or patent printed modi on Northwest quarter of :Block 25, and part Apples 3

; on Monday. Mrs. H. U. Hub- ears. hie.. but ,la the opnn: prtwcrlpllon of an oduoatd of :Block 21 on Crescent Lake. Terms
"' '' e e childrenare 4 gallons L. A M. mixed with 3 gallons and oxporlenued pliyHluluik. cash. For prices aud further particulars and Early OrangesVegetables .
bard and her two youngest Linseed Oil will .(mint a moderate sized .____ __ _____ __ __u_ __ address. I ,

A. J:. Spoc.cor: : when expected Mrs. Hubbard soon after will the open holidays up her louse Actual* cost L.M.. about 1.20 pe All. Confederate of Veterans Veterans desiring or Cross-Descendants DAVID CARLL, Counsellor at Law, Grape Fruit Y} !

home In the park and remain until allon. e. of Honor will pleASe apply to ,
Dentist. L. & M. n-ado for one-third of a oenHo'lJ Mrs. Patton Anderson Palatka, Fla.t 20( Broad Street New York City. 'I
,a01Cc. *. spring., tll without delay. ll-23-4t osiiow.Does 279 Washington St. New York:
Mrs. B. L. Smith of Provldeno by Kennerly Hardware Company,
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Street.
at RoBldenoa on Proapeot
Crescent City, Florida _R _I._., arrived last week and Is at then alatka, Fla ____ _n__ __ _ __ __ h _.
Crescent Inn. Mrs. Smith owns the
I place on the Seville LAKE COMO.Mrs. To reduce my stock of
Johns Rlvrby Daylight. old HlKKeiibotham GET THE BEST

road and a pretty !grove lot opposite W. L. and' son Lawson Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Dlfffett
The Beach & Miller 'Line, which she thinks has greatly left for their home at Seabreeze. WhatOther
since her last visit two 1 offer for the next 80 days 2 year
8Warner CRESCENT. Improved_ Mr. and Mrs. John Garness'of New old buds to 6 ft. at $22. O per hun
Leave JaokeonTllle T ,, Thuradayt year ago.! York city arrived Monday and are .
awl Saturday .ai 1:80: on a. n&. ,threeit COT, Mrs. NorriS and daughter Miss guest at the All View cottage for the Stoves )) dred. Buds 1 year i to 6 ft. at $2O.96
lalallia, Unmeant City and principal Way Ella and Mr. Ernest NorrIs arrive winter. ( 3.r.u per hundred. Buds 3 to 4 ft. one

1teturn1n ,l.aT.H Crmeant olty on Wednea.dayii ten days, ago and are again In Ilev. Davit and wife returned Mon. year at 115.00 per hundred.
,rrlilays and Monday.at 7 a. m. some
JaokiionvlUa wharf taotut Laura tit...." their pleasant home at the corner of day from tatsllma.Thos. failtoDoIn 'rrees strictly first-class.
TdleplionetW No white fly or scare.
Calatia' wnart. foot of Lemon .tr-< Summit street and Florida ave. Carson visited Palatka. rec-
Norris and his wife ex. ntly.
Frank
Mr W. F. REED
for brief stay visitor at ,,.
A. B.TORREY.Undertaker pect to come down a Mrs. Tom Smith was n
: and Tuesday almost homo there Isa
holidays.J. luntlngtou Monday every East Florida Nurseries
after the '
room that the heat from the
and. Embaliner. L. Howell and family, who h..V8'. There was a surprise party givenIn other stoves furnace falls to Drayton Island, Fla.
opposite Pres- honor of M IRa Edna Palmer at reach. It be a room on
house may
Full\ line of Casket and Coffins. resided in the the past several' unnymeade reoen'ly.'! A most enjoyable the "weather" side, or one having no heat

Telephone ton's store for week time was spent. connection. It may be a cold hallway. No matter "

CRESCENT FLORIDA months, expect to move next Thos. Carson In. erecting a cosy cot. in what part of the house-whether room or Recently Enlarged ,
CITY to a house built for them at the taKe on the lot recently purchased by hallway-it can loon be made mug and cozy with a : ;, H, READ, I WITH -
--------- -- Hodges & O'Hara camp four miles hllll. The work Is being pushed I 25.000 New Words I -

Crescent Transfer Co. south of town. Mr. Howell wanted rApidlY, nnd all their friends will PERFECTIONOil ESTATE. New Gazetteer of the World '
City the hospitality u( I
to his work. Mr. soon be enjoying! with more than SI.ODO titles,booed out halatuat
his| home nearer of the "The Mushroom." ( i i Crescent City, Fla. ottusiui ....tu.... I
Uants all trains at Oresci ot City JunootloQ. Howell Is superintendent' Service was held In the M. E HeaterEquipped I New Biographical Dictionary

and a. containing, the names of over 10,000 noted
Night trains by appointment. camp. church Sunday morning very The Howe "tires- 4
property- ) ] iwraoiu date ot birth' doatbotu.
W. J>. Williams and her son, nterestlng pennon was preached by ( with Smokele. Device)
8. M. IiABBEE. Manager. Mrs this Kev.Davis. cent Hill"-Is now on the mar- } F.dltel1W..T.n Alt Hit, ,Th.l.,II.n
.
... Williams, came the pastor, .
__ .1 Mr Kobt. C. ordinary oil heaters the Perfection gives satisfaction ket. LOTS *\ lOO. VultaU States Coimulwluuur EOuoutlou.
Mrs. W.ll.an. will 8S usual Praise and Bible study service was ., Pint and foremost it is absolutely" lafe you cannot 2380 Quarto Paces
W. B. 8HOTWELL week. winter at Grove Hall. held at the Baptist church Sunday the wick too high or too low. Gives intense heat without Particular attention given to ] ? Sew PIa'110OO 111....._ IUclo nthdIeaI.NeededinEveryHome.

Builds Row Boats spend the hi. winter. fternoon. or smell because equipped with smokcles 3 Crescent City property listed ; >
Mr. B. 0. Williams spent be easily carried from room to room. A. easy with
Repairs boats baggies and makes all here foe a. number of years but tale Junior Christian Endeavor meetIng operate M a lamp. Ornamental. well as me. Also W.b.Ur'a. CuUigUu Wtlloo.ry .
dur- was held In the M. E. church finishes .nickel and oil fount fits ***** UM UlnmilFRK& ....
kinds Brats
of wood work: repairs at his shop first visit In, eleven years Ma.toln two japan. eM M'-'e' ., ,
Is his Epworth League Regular EdlttonaiOse5imb. sbtadiam.
terser of his MEAT MARK T. which time he has been Sunday afternoon. led beautifully emboaoed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9noun. D. Zusu EditIon 1".1".I.. Prl....tuna
Crescent City, 1'U. tug! most ef miningenglne..r meeting was held In the evening There's real aatlafaction In a Perfection Oil Heater. ..0.p.......eubihi., lot.v. Nb.tifei, hidin5o.'
Satisfactory work guaranteed at modst engaged In his profession a. by Mrs. Thos. Smith. Every heater warranted. If not at your dealer's write our NOTICE. ;."D4.U..meW.tbba"Ulmtnos.lp..pIuh
west. lie I. now nearest for descriptive circular.makea. ADMUfiamATnix ron FIHALUUIOHAAUI
prices. In the agency AP'I.tc*"''oIC OP
G. Q C. MERRIAM CO..
engaged In mining enterprises inuraflgO. CUReD FABALKBIS.W The Lamp 1.1I..f..t.a4b""t'amp the horaB bright' all months after date. hereof-and on Monday ...bll.h.... 8..plo.fa.14. N.... 1.
MexiCO and la only hers F. Bally, P. O True, Texas write: Ryo for allrouatt hoiueholdu .KabriiKry the tell,. A 1)..'10117, 1 will die
HELP IS OFFEREDTO from New wife had been suffering live years use. acle r.'teady with the Oounty JudRa: of Putnnin County,
for a day or two en route My when I was Pitted, with latest _ Klorlda, my Coal report:: with returnii,accountssad
mine. His litany old with paralysis In bAr arm Improved burner. Made. of brae throujuont and nickel plated. voucUeni thewmpon, apply for an AN'rElt-Traveld for |tabllsl.- .,
WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLKy York to>> the ersumled to. use Ballord's Snow Liniment Xvery lamp warranted. Snltable for library, lilting room, ordor. upon .ttd.P now of ills In
y. "nnwat all ronn persona, no nialtwow I.' Crescent City. are delighted which cured her all right I have parlor or;bedroom. IS sot at your ileeler**write to aaarett ageacy.BTAJMUAHD aid office for final dittohartfe a* the Atlmlnl.w lid Hous Twelve Dollars weeKly
>< limlud th., m. n.i,.iGcitlo..who' wUh to Mend Mr. William. for old sor.s. frostbites and Oil. COMPANY. lacurporelse.lh.II trains of the estate nt 11'. D. Arkerman dCWMd. *- to start. Expenses paid.. KefnrBnees.AddressGEOROB .
lUln a Uioroua-h I buuiMnbalnlncand. Kxxl teal-. with his presence. .'.o used It PANlfll O. AOKCKUANAn I G.CI.OWJS, PaUtka, .
tim,,to write by drat mall for oar great haIf-ato' grafted the present WK! .kin eruptions. It doe. the work. Admlflhatrcirlxottb.' E.tat of.. D.UKMhn n.oo-Iu
budded and .._ Fla,
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San Suoo Iod.0.n.j.no.aod ambabta OL'tUnSsm Aokerman-BUwart Drug Co, Uk.rmal" v.
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The Palatka News F. O. Rum,. has retired from the A Sad Death.
bowling alley business which he has

conducted for more than a year on The death of Miss Pearl A. Ring- Four More Days
What to Buy -- -. the Or Kiln lot. Since the formation ham, which occurred Wednesday Brothers

of tbe athletlo club, and the consequent afternoon at 4:45 o'clock at the homeof Gay S SI
$ City Rappenings and 1 deflection of the young\ men her mother Mra. N. U. Robinson, 5 Until Christmas!
who formerly constituted Mr. Ituf- was one of the saddest to occur In !
.i ForChristmas $ Personal mention. J fly's best patrons, his business had this city fur ninny years. Her Illness lIt you bave not made your

dwindled. He has moved to Sanford covered a period of not over .Ix (selection of Presents, why'

"" where he will engage In the same weeks. and her death was. unexpected. I not come to my store ands I The Leading Grocers of East Florida

: Dr. W. W. O. Wall was In Jack- business. the prettiest assortment
Miss i see -
RlnR'hn wn born In this city
souvllla a part of the week. The show windows at Miss Buky's the ( =-
September 6tti, IHHrt and was. the ( of Gift. Goods shown in
A. M. Molver la helping M. B. store are attracting more than ordinary daughter the late Duncan Ring- city. You will find many Our stock was never more complete than now

Brown through the Christmas rush attention. They are beautifully ham. Her early girlhood was spent 4 here for and arriving .
decorated and contain .a pretty arrayof here. Hhe with honors I acceptable presents new goods are weekly.A
graduated high
The public schools close toclny for Christmas goods.: The trade at Father Mother Husband, few of =
several y<*ms" ago from the Academy our specialties:
Presents I a two week. holiday vacation.\ Now
: thlsstore last week was nothing short at Front Va and Wife Brother Sister Sweet-
boys! Royal, priorto I !
Ferris Hams
of marvelous, and this week will no her Illness, only a few weeks ago, heart, in fact, for all the < Beech Nut and and
W. R. Massey, the Tnterlaohen-- doubt prove a record breaker' all of was pursuing a course of study In t Breakfast Bacon .
penflne operator, was In the city yesterday which goes to show that Miss\ !Buky's Jacksonville. Her popularity was family, at prices to suit the =

: is a subject now on store Is a safe, economical, place to proverbial In this city. She was the I size of every purse. < Genuine German Dill Pickles, ...

: the minds of nearly Mr. and Mm. Harwood Kosser of buy goods. leading spirit In almoHt every social I know I can save you .c Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil,

Jacksonville spent several days here Royal S. Roble, the well-known gathering In which sins participated> I money on your holiday pur-i butter Fleishman Yeast Cakes
everyone. thin week. engineer of the Q. S. & F. !{.'1, met her genial and generous disposition chases. Peanut ,
with a painful accident on Jils engine (dispelling any tendency towards for All the leading brands of Cereals
Therefore theseSuggestions Mrs. O.V.. Peer of Batsmna last Wednesday noon when mality, yet maintaining' a ladylike Wishing all a very Merry ,

Heights, wag a visitor In the city nbout ten inline out on the road. reserve. She was it member of the 1 Christmas and u happy, a Vermont flaple Syrup, !

: : yesterday. The air pipe burst, the pipe living Twentieth Century Club unit aided Prosperous New Year, I am. New Buckwheat, ::

Mrs. Mary A. Vore in. critically III up Itnd, 1 splitting his ear. Dr. Warren materially In making the meetings 1 Graham SiRowton's
of this) the Respectfully, ,
took some stitches and boundup oigaulxatlon success
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
Fine Combination E, Howton. the serious wound will and result states though that nothing lied- which young so peopln.characterizes. this societyof Miss Hattie Ns Buty i Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPillbury's !

; The-renldenoa of A. S. Wlllurd had the pipe struck him two Inches The funeral services were Gold Medal, =
: Sets been irreatly beautified by a fresh further back] It would likely have from the home) Thursday afternoon Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, t.j and! other standard
coat of paint. killed him.Among at 11:00: o'clock, being conducted Ladies' Furnishings.Ladies' =:
r by Rev' J. F. Hell, pastor of Ht. brands of Bread and ::
PuulC. Smith clerk and treasurer
Garter and the prominent lay delegates -'James M. E church, south and
the
Suspenders!! ,
:
__ Flour.
of Crescent City was a visitor In the at the recent Methodist confer- Interment wan In West! View ceme i i Pastry ;;
Arm Bands in[ Wednesday.. ence were J. H. Perkins of Montlcel-
put up tery. The: remains were followed to
lo and Col. Watkins and Jos. L. Also tIle largest: variety of Imported Delicacies
handsome] boxes O. L. Strickland: has quite recov- the grave by a large concourse of :It
at ered from a long and serious attackof Ouernser.of .OiUndo. Mr. Perkins loving relatives and friends. The ever brought to J>Palatka including
50 and 75c. typhoid fevnr. of the late Congress /floral tributes wore many and beautiful. ,!, I
man Henry G. Turner of Georgia; Edam, Roquefort Neufchatel Pineapple Cheese
A little daughter gladdened the and Is himself one of the leading Besides her mother,she Is. survivedby Undervests
f home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hagnn men of middle Florida. Messrs .
two brothers, J. I). Rlugham' and
Initial Thursday morning. Guernsey and Watkins are wealthy Thos. Rlngham, and numerous rela- I BOTH STORES a+
and prominent business men of Or- and Hosieryas I
Matthew Davis a large potato In Virginia, to all of whom sincerest
grower of Omega was a visitor In lando. They were anxious to secure sympathy Is extended by a host of
;
Handkerchiefs. Palatka last Monday.K. as pastor of the church In, theIr sorrowing friends. well as Gloves, Neckwear Lemon Street The West End
town Rev. J. B. Mitchell and how ladies fur-
and other
liorson, the well-known Crescent well they succeeded Is shown In the Card of Thanks.We I !
We hare a beautiful City capitalist, wan In the city list of appointments. There I. always mailings/( in all the beat PALATKA, FLORIDA
J several days this week. little at Methodist desire to express our gratitude; for fall and winter
a wire-pulling a grades
r. stock of these goods in conference. and thanks to all those kind friends. mn m !e ;
Patton Anderson Chapter, U. D. O. who comforted and assisted us In our ) We want you to see our

white and colors in will niPBt at 8 p. m. Thursday Jan. late bereavement, and also for the new line of -- - '--
3d at !Mrs. Ueo. W. Mozo's. Fire Works Prohibited b"alitifuilloral offerings
p4 Silk Linen and ''I New Style
To TUB PUBLIC Sincerely,
Chief of Police Hagan has" been ;: :
ki' Japanette in all letters making It warm for vagrants; and By virtue of a resolution adopted 1\f RS. N. G. ROBINSON, Dress Goods
,
I bums during the past month. by the city council at Its meeting JOHN 1). HINUHAM,
made, at 50c, 25c Deo. 18th I am requested to prohibit; THOMAS RINOHAM. I for the fall and winter Holiday Bazar.
The I. M.
Meyer Co. has a pretty tho firing of Roman candles sky season 1006-07.
( and 15c. window decoration representing Santa rockets and canon crackers within By order of the pnstoftlee department -
I Claus.enteilnif the chimney top. of Nov. 2M, 1IHU) the box rent ) Elegant line of
the corperare limits of Palatka, during
They are beauties.Men's the rates have been adjusted to a uniform Largest and best selected stock of Christmas
All the employee In the various ; holiday season

camps of the Wilson Cypress company I trust that all good citizens will which rate will for necessitate the entire a change country In, Millinery. //j'J.) Goods ever shown in Palatka.
Kid Gloves will take a week oil for the assist the police In the enforcement
holidays. of this ordur. the charge for rent for certain boxesIn Im Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods.
WI
Pulatka.
A. USINA, Mayor.Sleight I Miss 1. lUCOS
, in Dressed and Miss Emma Coxe will arrive tomorrow Small ordinary boxes will be fIOo l' k"l. 1& Express Wagons, Doll Carriages, @
r to spend tile Cl1l'lstmR88eR- tf Hand Show. per quarter; large boxes will be 7Bo ,
.t : Undressed son with her parents Judge and Mrs. per quarter; drawers Si 1 00 per quarter Velocepedes, Tricycles, Bicycles,
!M. I. Coxe. The I. M. Meyer Co. had a slightof ; bins f1. O per quarter.Respectfully. @
Mont gentlemen like hand artist to entertain tbe crowd ( Hobby Horses.
Almon Rosenberg has some samples at Its clothing I I sale on Saturday night D. M. KlRHY, Postmaster. I
f nice of his hand painted china on sale The man did many clever tricks and Christmas Cards, Books, etc.

at H. L. Krnesfc's jewelry store The kept the stole crowded with ( Commissioner's Sale.
,;' work Is beautiful. people Special gram 1)l.lJl5I'! 'im LGL' :ZI IL li Fine assortment of Books. I
which pushed out Into the street.

I' ..' Neckwear. Clarence Petermnnn of Charleston, The big sale will close on Monday P nlo i ti,ninil UwtimlMr to an nrdt.r With. and, lun tlopree by the of Great Cut in PricesAT 1 Thousands of other things.

S. C. Is at home for the holidays night, the 24th. The I. 1\[. Meyer 110.,. J. T, Wills, JiulgBof tlwolionlt" Court r.,
his and company will then out of the In and for I'litimm (built)', Hloildii; INOHANOKltV 1m Come and see us. Our stock is the largest
: : We have thousands of visiting parents, Mr. Mrs. go : :liilliHimittiirot\ tha PutltlnnorlloriiKllii THE =
Henl8 Peterinann clothing trade but the business will AilmliilmrotrU
1> (Jooci"Ill cm i4
beautiful patterns inFourinhand be continued and confine Itself to of the KHtuti': of OhurlfH, I..ounce III,deowiii.. New York 5 and-lOc Store I our prices are the'lowest.ROWTON'S.
" i L. A. Smith should have a big hats and men's furnishings. t d, MI. M r,. Maggie' Mobniy: tt AH) ilHftmdlllltH -
I, Bows Christmas trade In his fine candles tO HI'll thO loS owl Ill, nls, of BILlll UH-

the like of which Is not to bo found From Force of H&..bit.A tutBfor. ,*.t.tile..,"U.d puwoo,| tbc'iwto ot distil' 1 ioifloui will omr ninniiuliulm lit Here la .a chanoa for those
; Etc., which have just elsewhere in Florida. .,,10. tu thus lilulmat and. iH.Ht bidder II!
Kubllu who are in need of CROCK
, group of well-known politicians ,. III limit" of tlie fiont door of the
; come to us from the Miss Susie Lee Walton returned and men about town were standingat Court HOUHU In Piilntkil: ', Putniiin! UOtllItyFioiitIii : M ERYandGLAS8WARE. We
j FOUILIliJAY
last night from the Wesley college I on MONDAY THK have reduced thai prices on nil I l
the comer of Lemon and Third ut PKHRITAKY, lIMIT, duilim the l. ul Special DlHfOinits, to
|
) : Sunday SclioolriPALATKA.
New York Market. lit Macon, and will the our Roods. Here are a few -
; spend streets the other day when Chief of hour of nub. Lisa follow'Inn restS UMlule Mltu-. a /
;, holiday season with her parents. Police Hagan stepped and greeted ate I In PUtll"l'ollllly.Flo"hl..lo.ltI. I items for which mention we If
up
"All of tI"t cort,11I tl'II<'I.lol or puicel. of
make In this Issue:
'VllI t'8 the matter Hon. 'V. H. Sadler Luke City, them with a "Howdy Brethren." land dHHUrloed iia. httulniilntf' lit tliu cuntei of m
assistant, state awl Itor, has been hero "Ah Brother Hngan," said one of an Oiik: trve nun.kod *X' itlumllnif: la the or- Cups and Saucers So per

with aFine during the past week on his annua.lvl.lt the bunch, extending his hand, and anne boundary grove of nlHiut tlmMwiinip Hovfn' rodM IcriorIng,I from tie the:, Kiitttblink Kuitt: : pair. !II IIPlatoslJroakfa..t

to audit tie books of county of- the others 'Just said "Howdy, uf the. Ht..lohMHlllvi'r, im Lot SICV5N Dinner f fIII -+ + +========a
: SilkUmbrella flclula Brother aag''''.." 171, In Hui lion I K1VK: IRi, III 'low imhlu IhNlopHoulh and! other Plates at oceucli.
;
And then the regular conversation, } \ of HanieTWl.NTY-NlVENICE! : ), iii n! -=m ::Iu tc..ar.c.: : ::IhaJJQ.a.cy::: ==- m
of all kinds! and
Miss Ida McNeely of Plttsburg, Kimtmid: runiiliiK Ihmii'O East until It I In- Lamp
Pa. friend was resumed. t..rct.(Hii a lino/ running North ft'out' K. WJohiiHoii'MNorthwi'Ht make at reduced! prices. FLORIDA. m
of Mrs. A. L. Moirlson
You see the Methodist conference corner, thum-o North
1. ? I Is. here to assist through the rush of with Its army of preachers had only iilonit siild tineI'Wcive and. Fifty Hinulimlthri Our Toy Department Is Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
chiilil tocMintwr of II.. ",,111 itch, mild I
Christmas trade at the Host on millinery adjourned the day before, and during dllt'li running* Nest) alI WeaL on Loin Three full to the brim with useful i Patents. n

Lot of them here.Men's store. their st"we. were all "brethren." anillKoiir( A 4));tht'iu-e Se.i aloiix! center of articles at liulf the regular
O. U. Husband of Gran- mild" -hSt Hi"; Ht. Johns; Ki\cr: | thom'uHoutlurly prices. COlliE: ALL! to tlie I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.FKEBU (W.(I
formerly I Imnk of wild. river I ton point
: din, was In the city Tuesday." He Is. Will Have Side Walk. directly!iilonic<.nfrof iifoivwild: (:Ink tiuu; thfiitefruit = III I : GARDEN SEED. Agonta Mallory Steamship Linn, m

Fine going to make Lnkeland Ills homo The citizens along River and to Ixiiilnnlnu\ lontulnliiK FORTY ""l + -: *: e;;;;;;;;.
.,
New York and
acre., shore or is' 5 toe
. and engage In the live stock Insurance Third streetS from Feainslde's corner HAltuLO! E. MERRYPAY. .
business toHolden's factoryhave| generally petitioned (join' nsiseil000r. Store, U Ug Q Q aa
Shirts E. K.HAftKKM.: = oaaaacccCCCtn
: Judge 1I, Coxe and SherilT K. C. the city council to enact an Uouiiku-l fur i'ctitloner I ..
Howell were sommoned to Jacksonville ordinance requiring citizens to lay a Ismail fttniet. Bujd ulciuk.PAI.ATK"A \A7ish to Announce

Bath Robes on Wednesday as witnesses for sidewalk along these streets. 14 FI.A'. J I,

f I :; the prosecution In the peonage case The night council instructed at Its meeting the on Tuesday DeliciousBon ._LUIlI_.__[__'IIIIIUIIIJ/"iJIIl_n ___/"_ __' :_.mi_IklII,'__!._ma."'ilur'_._. _Jlill1lll1'l1!_.__' _. That I have purchased a First Class Stock of p
of the government against F. J. : city engineer
O'Hara. to take the levels and send profit and
Staple Groceries
Elegant to council so that Intelligent action Bonsand Fancy
: Chief Hagan desires, the News to Real Estate For SaleBy
can be taken on the petition. Fresh from the large wholesale houses and solicit a shorn
: state that he will enforce" the coun The council will unquestionably
Hosiery. cil's and order ::I of your patronage. All Roods bought for cash delivered free
mayor's prohibiting; older the walk, which will be of material H. M. de Montmollln a
the explosion of Canon crackers and known as granolithic-the ChocolatesAll g anywhere in the city. Best of attention given all orders. g

other lire works tiling the holidaysto kind petitioned for. Palatka, Florida n "

Sweaters for the letter. River street Is much used by citizens Home-Made Candies H. L. \'litter
---- g
John T. Urlflln returned from an, and once It Is provided with a .

Men and BoysAnd extended stay In Detroit, Mini, on gaud walk, will make a popularproinhnia.le Something new added oarifitlii Vacant K Lot Mold M quick K IW on middle. Lemon street, s B Groinger's Old( Stand, Upper Lemon St. Palatka, Fla. 3
especially that part of It
Monday evening.; Mrs. Urilfn. who
day. Cottiiwe, good location 4 room, lot ,
has been quite Ill, Is now Improving- on the river bank every good driven wall,all In good; repair: a, barifalntiontl 00x100.: : : rargIgI1 n oo c r a aaaaanm c cr.mo' 3"

when it comes toChildren's rapidly, and will probably return L. A. SMITH 1.lorl1I0n.o:/ ,In. 100x100. bath hot and
, home In about three weeks. Pretty Santa Claus Window.The cold large water lot. windmill und 'allklIood water and

Clothing The Athletic association will givea big center window In Miss Lemon' St.. Palatka.AMan's (:'ottaw on FmmettHtreott 5rnomn, lot 110.09, We
- are now prepared to furnish to order all kind of
floe lot and
we know we can dance in the Armory club rooms on Kate Lucas' store has been decorated location.
the night of December 27th. Dancing; Fourteen room host.,. Emmett Street. lot
I to Christmas Dressed
represent eve In a ,, Kiln Dried Lumbersuch
: please the mothers of will be from 8UO) to 11 :4//). Tile general : country home of M) years ago. HouseIs boaSts, Hue location.
Vaonnt lot HOxano with
admission mtlimr well, between iia
for will
gentlemen be There Is the old brick fire place, with Emmuit ttreul and rlvur, Hue location.
. Palatka in our 25/ cents, dancing CO cents. Ladles the holly, and the Christmas stockings His CastleIt Four room ho,,.. corner ntreet lot 100x100. Flooring, Ceiling, Sideing, Caseing, Etc.,
will be free.
/filled with dolls, pop-corn, tin porches three Ides,hint completed,
whistles and nuts and Then Two vieiint lou North ;hutl. |uu*| 124, good anti would be pleased to figure with you on your next
Fine I) Perkins chief clerk under the apples .
building lot order. Itlnir us up, 'Phone No. Ill, or call on us at our
agency: of U. V. Wi! lion at the a. 8. there Is the baby cradle and the lit Five aura farm one mllo from City under factory river front foot of Old
should be U. H. & F. Dock.
tie tot In robe fortified protectedwith new wire fence am all house,
& F. depot succeeded Mr. Wlllson as night; nhll.i scattered } good fur poultry.,
: about the room to Ive It the old- good paint. Ten houwf ere Testable* etc Maull Manufacturing
Buster Brown agent: yesterday. Mr. Wlllaon will ttoveral flne, country bargains. Write or see Company, pfti0tk, Fla.
spend a few days In tha-city before time realism Is the spinning wheel, burnt up by alow decay, from not me fur ptrttculani. -

going to his new appointment as the cotton, and the carders, the copper being properly piiinted.toevf one -

and ngenK of the same road at Tlfton, Ga. kettle and other old fashioned that ii destroyed by fire. And yet It 'Slu>rI 'oj. Sale.By .

F. J, Fearnslde spent Tuesday In ric-a-bruo and furniture while on com but little to keep*hou'n well '\jW I
Jacksonville. The fact that train 82: the walls are hung old time chrotnoplctuies. painted, if the right kind of paint virtue. of. ,nnd Execution |I..pd| nut of r4WW : 1 l
the Olii.ut! Court of Uuviil
Reefer Suits. on the A. C. L. was .several hours : The conception Is artistic ii uied. The bent painter in the Ill' fuvoi O of JoHt'pli' 7iiif| Oscar lloiiutv Httmiiltl Florlihv.nssJ
late caused him to take the East and tho elfect realistic. Hundreds world cannot do a good job with John rommruhlt.. imrtncri, HH Jowpliiipf A We Furnish j'stricklands; .
.
viewed the display Wednesday (lompiiny, v John K. M..rtoll.IIII., .. luvlcil.
Coast train and thus escape the Thursday night, and It will continue poor paint, but give good painterPATTON'S upon niul will noil nt |iul>llu outcry. for ..,,,is
And the 1\en- wreck at Orange Park. Mr. Fearn- to th.MilKhi'Ht. hkltlvr lii front of the court
side Is shak'ig hands with himself through the Holiday season. Haiinn, door or PutimmOoiintv. at Hnlntkn. ...

There is nothing quite over his escrpe. hug Florida tile,on Iniinl tli:ol liourn 7tu day of or null), :nil' Yllrrj.ld I -, Good 3 Bread

in Pattern The Kennerly Hardware company Our Christmas Business.The title,..1II1In..t, of tlmiuiul' John K. Mor-
so elegant toil In niul to the followlntf UpMurltMHi, fleece. i
Is showing some elegant; carv ing sets, merchants of Palatka are entitled of property,situated In Putimm. Uoiinty, to-
Finish and Fit as pocket and table cutlery for the holi- to unstinted praise for the wits' J I is not only l SUPERIOR |
Lot tin Block I. Humun't ,
Aililltlon
day trade. The announcement of PHntUli |-
I the Celebrated thoroughness with which they have HdKliK, IIIKl Lots A mill to. Hi Block Groceries "but, also l hisBuns
this firm on knother page: also showsa made preparation for the nnnual HIM, hail Lou and II In Bloulc "SOS" ', In the Ulty so are
bargain' opportunity to secure tools holiday trade. of Palisticis.B = : ;
,. O.HOW R LI.. Bhorl,
at their store. The special price be- The stores filled with and Rolls Cakes
_ __ are new "","" or Uounl)' Florida, ,
Griffon _Inll'n for__ tomorrow_ nn enlv.' seasonable goods, both useful and and you will lurely get'a Job that M. o. joRr AN? Every Dayin ,

- .. Mr( and Mrs. W. T, Millican of Macon ornamental.Palatka will look well und wear well. Attorney forUomplnlnnnU. H-T-DOd = Pies Etc. ;
leads as! a clothing market They are economical painu be- ,
On., have been guests at the
Saratoga Hotel this week. Mr. Mll- all the cities of the state. cause they cover 10 much more WANTKD. WiLls -Inriiu Bv prominent, monthly nmu.nuliiB. the .
Brand Suits Icon Is the assistant. traveling, auditor Our dry goods stores, especially at urface and wear to much longer IIM!nl ri>pr.i,i>nliiilv8 to hlKh-fliui look 'lifter clrculutlon nMiuwnl*, = Suppose You Try Them I
,
this season, are filled with noveltiesfor than They niul liiiruuiHi ubnurlptloii lltit I In
ordinary paints. are Piilatkii
of th" U. 8. A F. and here
iVy, was
ladles and children' wear, and old by reputable retailera whoiebusin mill vleliilty, oil u miliiry. basIs l with II co,,. Year.Our f.4 If you like them the wag ,
for the purposnof checking up the tin UIisi( ItituroHt year to yunr. In tin i .
)Found only at affairs ot Mr. O. V. Wlllson, local In the dress goods line there Is a M exintenca depends upon biMlnuiii cr.iaUKl. rxpurlunrx; dmlrahlehut on will call and get your
of selection from the .. not s'sI.etiai> OOIKI ..
agent of the who has. been range common- the continued, patronage of aati.I ol'l"lrt..nlty for tlm.
company est fabrics to the finest grades of ned Get Color Card right puriKin.: u. Goods orders from time to time
:
promoted to the agency In Tlfton, customer Htittlou. u. NeW York. "II'h"r ?.1I1O are Freak and New -. M
and wool.
silk
(Li a. Ourjaweiry stores are stocked with and Information from and we would like to have ;you Our Bakery is CLEAN, i

I A Christmas party will be given bric-a-brac and costly jewelry SAJ.E-Dh\lnK Room Suite, call ao M. S.Brown's S. the children of Ut.! Marks Sunday watches and diamonds. One of our c rrn n-8Iewmf Dru CO. hllnlllIllI; ; and parlor lamps line toilet If It la not convenient for lit The Product %WHOLE-

school the church rectory the third (ewelera last week sold some expensive set and other household rfoodg at to call ;you I ti SOME.
I Just !
phone
night after Christmas commencingat diamonds In competition with Pal tka. Florida. re"sou'lble' prices. Enquire Room your order In to i

7:30. There will be a picture Jaok.nnvlll..m..rch..nt. lu the same B5. Arlington Hotel. No 84, and It will receive prompt i ] = 0. L. Strickland
- -- -- -- ---- ,
show, amusing contests, music and line. The Palatka Jems led In cut and careful Cttetlon.J i.f

'I'i; refreshment.Hurt asks all who Superintendent: will and are R ableto M. and price.In .brilliancy and were lower In .. .. ...... .. .. ............ f !II Grooms' Old Stand. '!

donate anything In the form of refreshments toys of all descriptions there Is Seasonable L. C. !BdIB.ISII.t1IlEiIlrJIIIt:''..J
Suggestions for Stephens
. ,, or money please notify nothing; made: that. Is not to be foundIn i Busy Buyers.Allow S' I .

him.E.. Palatlcn I me to insist you with helpful. suggestions. I In I !
T. Redding the well-known In furnishings for the home, our' yuu Uhrlstmns Gifts.Susrareallon selecting Lock and.Gunsmith
merchant of fnterlachen whose store furniture and hardware dealers excel. : III Kirby and Morris Street
is No. 1.-A Pretty IJecomlng Hat from !!! I )
and .tock was burned to the ground my
Large. unj Choice Assortment. I ) Dealer in.
m
clothing several weeks ago, was In the cityyesterday. In fact Palatka merchants are No. ;; Palatka,, Florida. < I
Mr. Redding had just. leaders In their lines, and they are suggestion 2.-A Lovely Silk Shirtwaist Suit. 4 1 Macbin0"SewIng
i Siiirirostlon No. :J.-A l>alntv White Bicycles and Sewing
trade this Hhlrtwalst.
returned from Jacksonville, where enjoying a pre-Chrlstmas !
aid he had purchased an entire new year that Is taxing their clerical sa MiixirestlonNo.-/ No..A Flue,Stylish! Belt, all styles, usc to u. ",,1 Maclllne Needl
force the utmost. Suggestion Lot \Vaahable Neckwear
to
stock which he will open up Imme- many dlllarent designs, from lOa to 0Oc Lowney' andlilcycle SUI'PlhlI.
, diately In his h.mDoraryatore. He The streets are crowded with buyers each. Chocolates and Almonds
UrrIilrg Store, Is planning to rebuild. permanent from all parts of this and adjoining -PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. i 1\00\ pound at OUerrv'.. .Sundries Ftc.

store structure that will be an ornament counties U 0 0 d fellowship Doijon MrLAl.tt.
I abounds and Joy Is In the vary air millinery Store rkol1o FOR 8ALE.-T.G
: Palatka Fla. to his town. : full-blood"d
III EARLS
we breath. It Is tbe Christmas f Desigmo Jersey Helfer., 1-1 months old. Will :E. O. ,

Fresh Nuts at Ot1err,'.. ,,,.........."....................................,1.I b.nerly sold, at Palailla.a &orltlce. Bee S. J. Kea. 417 Lemon St. PtlrtlMi n ls.



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