The Palatka news
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00052
 Related Items
Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW SERIES VOL. XIV, NO. 52. PArATKA --- -_ ..-- __ -_ --- -_________

FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1906. $1. Per Year.

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Fire At Pomona. Company is Thankful. O'HARA'S VINDICATION. At thin point Mr Hilburn took the

The n-Hldvnca of O"orif" Flake at To onr Friends and Patrons Put. salient" point In the evlenoe, and
A jury lit the United StatcR Court
Pomona (lie presented them to the lu
wine totiilly cleHtiayeil by nai.. fountyt.Wit I jury H very
at Jnoknonvllle Inn
-on ClirlHhniis' The fire acquitted F. J. forcible and
moinlnir! eloquent manuer. Kmrefernnca
take title| method
THE caught' from a dffpcilvH( (nun Rod the the people Pnlatkn nod Putnam O'Hftra, Robert L. Arnnr Oi>oigo iHurrell ", to some of the defendants,
NEWIMPERIAL A. A.1'homJIs.m. Onorne ti
family were only able tu save a poi-' county In gonernl' the large patrooHge Harper and Zach Batten of the aa his ftieiidv of many yearn struck a
tlon of their wimrlnm\ apparel and tender cOI'd.Hili
whleli have fit to
they seen
bedding' and sonm little furniture. charge of peonnge and oonaplmcy to arraignment of the \
+ lA '" give us In the poet year and most <*speclally hold and return curtain Jewish Iminlnnmt
F 1 + The IIOIIHA WHS a iHrira one, of I lie ID the lust month, which peons, as hailing from the slums of
1 I _. emlumtfcl, value: or $6,01X1, and during' was the largest In the history of our to a condition of peoiiiiRe. New Yord, was Hoathlng His com
Thn trial of the ease lasted( ten ,
the Infer the pllmonts to Madam
w was plenmirit' homo for business nail far beyond out Quachenboss
was exDectatlonx -
'r dJ; At many toiirlHtn. Thn Inauranox will and BO determined wan the government were also Interesting.
In fact
i was something
: 1.0 convict that It Rent the
anslHtant '
1=, r swellest Overcoat of Eea ouver. two-tliIrdu of the loss. phenoniinnl We have tiled to keep attorney general of the He also logically demonstrated ,
the ------ that' a condition of
y a stock of gnnda to satisfy every. customer United HtateH to Florida to do the I peonage must
first be shown to exist before
and keep money from being| trick. The took ,
and smartest jury one volo Immediately -
a design sent of can a conspiracy to return one to /
out town.
Notkw IN l..r..l. glve11.Unit It In III)' tiitontlnn on retiring from the court that condldlon. He
brought 4 UK AdtiilnltUii.trlx' of tin utttale oJiunnH We have endeavored to give the room and that vote was unanlmou/ contended the
out for many a If Gromnti' l ittttod,to mnku nppllon I people v/llue I received for their evidence did not show such a condition
il'l; for of all the
; : defendant
I ton,, to Hon. M. .''oxu,uoimlv J luiluitoPuiMiun i acquittal at Maytown, Buffalo Bluff or
season. countv, Kloi. Ithv, at tilH offlue ui thC. money. *.. elsewhere. He also demonstrated
Uuini H< In of 1'nlutkn I t at I O The enormous business that we
O'clurk ft. ni:.,.on tllr.oIt\ day. of: JmiuiirvUW7 : have done stinws I hat our efforts have Last summer the News went to from tho evidence that the alleged
t t \ for iiutboi. Hy to Boll file following n 11UHttttti sought Mr O'Hara at Banford
w been crowned with ''''ICOPSN.V... also oma length after an Investigation. peons ,
.1 ; This is the Coat you will BOO 'fi I*' UNUUn1 milil eMtntti of ihu Jute' to show the utter desiring to with him to Buffalo
''f Jnuua' rI. HltmiUHl 1' lii tile(Joui.t wish to announce that on February I absurdity the( go
i I q worn by all the beat dressers of Papuan, mud; :Htutu or Florida vlw I ,t All. lit, the large and elegant spring charge of cruelty and peonagi Bluff in place of his forcing them to
of the J. U Kntraluo Grant,on atutlon tlilityNuvuii stock which we have purchased and against Mr. 0'Hara. who wets prlncl go; that the evidence was strongly
j this winter. Dignified, simple, ; ,; TMtiiitv-Hlx(117)), I In ;rovMiHhlo. ( ) ast nine, exeppt cub> Hp''lfoIlM h which would do credit to a town pie defendant and the result of the 'lii favor of the defendants showing ,

aristrocrutio in the extreme it & thereof fin bearo luMutofore boon 40,000 Inhabitant*, will begin to ar trial of the cage is exactly tie we that none of the defendants had ever
i t s I. Sit conveyed: bv oho late John! O.Orooinideotiim'diiiid rive and In order to make room for predicted then and have steadily compelled one of the alleged peons
( ;+r ia thoroughly a Gentleman's 'Jlils 1'0. Bth hlMluRiil, ntprv>nuutatlv them we will on January let, continuing maintained since. For the govern' to return ; but In each case where

1 garment. Equally muttKLIKN W. GROOM*. through the month, make a m"nt there were as witnesses divers they had returned, they had been Induced t
.t 1 x appropriateas AdmlnlHlriitrlx of 1:01,1.!: of straight out on all winter coda. We and sundry dirty greasy, lousy, by kindness and reasoning to
I I Dress Overcoat or nn evel'Y'dny 13 T-41 James II Wrooiiin,duueimud mean llrst-olnns merchandise aDd lazy and wholly Irresponsible Hua. do so. He here exclaimed. plod

0B tit convenience. You not shoddy, slir>p-worn goods.' Tb> K can seeDs Older For Fubllcalloii who have not, already purchasec tales, and who had to be corralled In when we hall construe our laws to .

I s P.D from the picture the distinguished In the Circuit Court.+ Eighth' Jiullulal Olr their winter outfit will do well to ,Jail and held by the government at mean that we cannot freely approach 1

t c hoss; row&Co look this new cult, PutiuuiL Oouniy .Florida.In\ Uhaiicory. look through our stock. an expense of a dollar a day each In my man, reason on contract with ti t
f inc 'I'hankingyou all once again, and order to make euro of their testimony ilm, 'on friendly and honest terms' "

,. .uoondNowY k Flare Back gives. You will Ktutiiml N. JonuH, ) wishing you a happy New Year, with at the trial. These Imml- He maintained that the testimony
like WIII1nn.O I Bill lorJ. all the It afford grants were met on the part of the failed t tw show facts that would
/ the model ; buy a genuine P. enPnny, a Corporation > lion of beg t" remain, defense by reputable gentlemen and authorize the to find that the r
II lid I Tax Duettsicofk Very truly business men of this community who alleged peon was intimidated or

KIRSCHBAUM GARMENT' .. Oui. Hunt A West tt C'oinp'y..I.. I I Fto.a FEARXSIDK CI.OTIIINO yours Co. knew the facts, and who knew, furthermore forced. He here exclaimed that law ,, }

uimi-tUm.elo. K. J. Fearnslde, PrnHldent.FLUTTSBINO. that the defendants were was bused on common sense, and it l,
iul ul the
affidavit <
by )
appearing np)
blU ::: .to. inhuman they full to the In
nli il In the: iiliove Htatvil Inclinable of such treatment try case a commonsense
t in this stylo and you will like the Coat. In no other make IS J. \Vllliunin. Uompanv, i. Oorpoiatloni HEAaT as wits alleged. The l"zl'8tan; ( loim-;; i manner, justice would hot be
find tIll can you )M,dm. tin luw of the Htute of CleorulH, and est of the complaining wttnesnes told I done He disclaimed liability for
sanio unfailing good style. material and piiuuouk., Hunt Wont Oompam, a *Joipo-
fine hand-tailoring. Tfg rlllloll ulld..r the laws of too .1111. .I Uuur UodllCtlatod food and gas In the stomach his story to a New Yolk reporter for a :jiiunderB- the defendant were r .

\V9 sale agents for the celebrated l glut, the l...f" ndantM therein iii.mtul' are iionrtiHtdoittfl located Just below the heart press sensational paper, and once the story lot prcKiTit, nor did they authorize
We Jim 1 KlrBBhhauin: Clothing. a of the Htntu of FInrldliand. bothcoipmntlonM es against it and causes heart palpitation 1 wan published be It to the everlasting any cruel treatment that he may
in.y ou ftHf'lp'ull(1' ( selection of the bust of these uro lUMldcntH of thu Ulty o| l
HiiPmuilml When heart troubles In have
your been of.
you shame of 1'alatka there guilty
vni at prices from *10 have X Huvatinuh In thu Mtatu of deelnIII1, ovei tlieaifuoftMHiityune was at
Line and medium !Snore Cud "I'Ve all the latest styles In t2 : anil; that thor. U that way take Berblne for a few days east one man In this town whnowlng At tills point Air.( Illlburn took up
that's Overcoats at all prices nnU everything < 110 piritou lii the HI"io of Klorlda, upon You will BOOB be all right. GOo k. bottle. ( nothing of the alfalr, did the alleged cruelties, and contended ,
Rood In Wiliter JurnINhlnKs.: (,mute and N.SI whom Urn m r\'Ion l, of Htibpuma would bind Bold ,
,? see us. Huih djfiiidaiit; It In thenfora ortlwreU. that by *okernmn-atewart Drug Co.Lownev's his utmost to vouch for Its truth and lint the testimony cloarly demon- t

.aid noii-rt>.th'it. Dwrifiidantii Im and are from no other motive than that the truted that the testimony which ,
how by refill.rtd to appear tt" the BUI of Chocolates and Almonds complaining cattle were reprobate mcl come alone from these foreigners ,
: A
Fearnside Oomnti.liit llhd In nal. : Clothing C | tho 7th dav of Januiiry A. D., hal, members of his own. race. was false, and done with a design j
otlu'rvviMU.. th..allt. Guarantee of Merit. I* J sea of creating sympathy among the
taken..coiif..MHetT. mild DufendantMU The :News congratulates Mr. Jewish Associations, wlt.h" view of

In further 011011 a orlierillby cellO' for that.four till l LOiiHocutlvewunkfl Order bepubllHhntl Open Publicity. O'Hara on his complete vindication.It getting something for nothing, ,, t

P Palatka Florida. In the Palatka New, n newspaperpuhiiHbml Ever bottle of Ir Fierce world-famotl [ congratulates this community which had been the result, as evidenced

4 In sold Oouiity and and ofllclal Htate scat, this notltclucH liilTnlo N. V pushing., hoe printed the upon Creel Its laboratory wruitpor' all al on the fact that one of Its most aggressive by their neat appearance, in .'.. I
WI:l oral my iieooiiilM hand Hurt the In entorlnx Into ItH composition and honorable men of alfalrs contrast with what it was when they '.
tho ltd' of r
day Ju..ffiPU. "[bin areclam placuH I>r, PlercereeY Family has been purged of all appearance cane to Florida, showing from the 7:> '
Hcnll Clurk' PIIrcuIt Oouit., Modlolnit' I In a clam all by thrmuolveH\ Theycannot of tho hands of that they had not done '
j td. / be claMHeil with patent or secret. medl- guilt ac a United aday's ''I j'<
W. nAIPTOx Oomplalnunt. -r-et mane becaimethuy ar neither." This: In why no States court. And that means much. work since the case was start. '08 I'I'te
Hollultor ;
many unpnlrereptJlCal, iiliyitlolanH proMorlbo them *.* ed against! these defendants In July. ''II)
---- amid recommend thom to their patients They
At the close of his address Mr. t J
know what they are composed the It l is a fundamental principle of \
nKredtonni: are tlioie :: : '::'ty'a\; moHteminent he law that a man charged with Hilburn was congratulated heartily I
FOR SALE J. medical' authorities. 'I'be further fact crime shall be treated inno and It Is the general opinion of those
as an
but neither !Or. Pierce s Golden M.dloall"l -
We are now prepared to furnish to order all kinds of covery the great alomaoh tonlo,liver InYI orR' cent man until he shall have been who heard him that ha delivered one 11
for, heart regulator and blood-purl l nor bin'fcavorlto proven guilty, but prosecuting oillcers et the ablest addresses that has ever j
Prflttcrtptlon". for weak, overworked been delivered to In the United
jury j
Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber too to the "
are reverse
prone order -
and broken dnwn
Improved LandIn nervous women oon
Unimproved States Court of this
ouch as tame any alcohol, ahto entitles them to a placeall ami treat a man as guilty until room city. {:

Flooring Ceiling Sideing Caseing, Etc., Many by tbemiielven year .. Dr. Pierce discovered that he can take prove his Innocenceandthen Stetson University Vespers. ;' a
an exception.
Both City and County. heroically l pure. glycerine, of proper Htronfftha '
and would be plua ort to figure with you on your next :Ir bettor solvent and preservative;: of the see One of the strongest and most I r

----- '- order. Ring us up, 'Phone No. Ill or call on us at our "medicinal,or native principle medicinal I residing plants In than our Indlfieous I.alco-- It was only the other day that we beautiful expressions of the religious ,

factory ou river front foot of Old U. H. & K. Dock. ho''; and, furthermore,that I It poo.e..... valuable heard a good man who had been life Stetson/ University Is the Sunday -r
ledlolnal, .properties of Usown, belli"domul- charged with trespass on government vespers. 'Ihls service la a cits- ,4
Henry Strunz Maull Manufacturing Company, raiutka, Fla. .Cent, nutritive. ,antlttoptlo,and a moat efllolunlntlferment. land, and to whom otters of luct part of the university work, !; ,

) Neither of the above medicine* contains aI- compromise had been held out by and la recognized and honored a* ,,

I"lbr:: any harmful' habit-forming: drug: as the government; agent\ make this re- one of the must Important of the fnlverslty'a ;
Palatka Florida will Keen from glance at the I formula
rintedoneach bottle wrapper They...safe Rave "No I won t compromise I activities. The vesper ti
o UHO and potent to aura faith In the government. I'll service Is not a dead letter, kept for f .
Ito[ to the trial and I'll get justice." the sake of the none but is an active ;

See Ihe Fell Ve have just placed In stock a complete We said be was a good man He force in the aotuailife of the In- '
;White Knight]Sanitary Mattress.Pure $ .t< line ofCrockery la, but he has more faith In the tltutlon. i

government courts than is j Ju tl ILble. Sunday:! evening-between four and

Clean, Healthy I & n He reminded us of the story of an live o'clock, the students of the uni. v I
old Confederate soldier. His regiment ersity and the citizens of DeLaud
J IJ received marching orders early meet in the Auditorium for this hour '
S Christmas is past and we tul the lot embraces some of the In the morning of a cold, rainy and at worship. When the vesper bell

II prettiest pieces ever shown altogether dismal day. The men lugs, cores nf people may be seen <4 d
I ?? thank the public for their l In Pulatka. Would like were wet and cold and hungry and caning from all directions toward ;

to show them to you. wearlod from constant service It the university The Auditorium Is v i

I || generous patronage. Prices reasonable. wan raining and the march began soon filled with these people who ',
j Then we without breakfast, though Induoe- represent the various phases of the 7"

?? We have beautiful haveFurniture lents of food were held out to them lie of town and school. You haveto j
many and House 8S being at the end of a 20 mile attend vespers only once to be
march. They reached their destination convinced of Its force In the life of
>s| things left suitable for Furnishing Goodsat about nightfall. But instead the community. Everybody is there; \

of food an order met them for an ad- the lines are all down; every church ;' 1
?? New Year's Gifts, which E prices remarkably low. Call and It lonal all night's inarch. /Starting 18 represented; the whole people '

Inspect them. of! again with his regiment the old unite in the worship. ., /

I I cannot fail to please you. R. S. MOONEY. soldier soliloquized thus site pretty Several:! things combine to make ,
hard; I'm awfully hungry but I tide service what it is. There Is the ; i "

CAPT. M. R. RYAN.HOUSE _EURNSHEPALAl'KA ,. ?? Yours for a Happy NewS reckon its part of n. soldiers duty to Auditorium Itself, built, it would t ''I
starve and fight for his country. I seem, for j just such an ooca- \
FLORIDA mmm""m"mm"", ", ,,, love my country and am willing to ion; there Is the music from the j\

| Year. fight for It, but if I ever get out of great organ-music always in hur- i
FIRE his I'll take d-n good care I never many with the spirit of the evening
I i love another." hour; there are the songs from the j,

.0. nlvurslly choir, a splendid body of
5.4A7. S. FRY'l E == Insure your property == While this case was fought;; bitterly trained. singers; and then best of all. }' ; I

Diamond Pins Diand.Rings """ against Fire =2 and with venom bv the government tho. brief, telling address of the presdent. .

% Leading Jeweler. :::::: with =3I there was also something doIng .
as the result shows, on the partof Altogether the service Is one to be ,,
I the defen e. Mr. Russell the emembered. It la a service in harmony ,
H. Tucker i
Diamond Mounted Watches Finley prosecuting olllcer had convicted with all the good traditions of >>;

ilr. O'ilara In the university life. It It essentially inline >
= newspapers previous
Insurance a I
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to the tilal. He retired from with the modern conception of )
Gold and Gold Filled Watches | c: Office opposite Court House, == the, fight a disappointed man. Hon. tile function of the university as a j

| : ePalatka.: Florida.mmmJUmmU S. J. Hilburn of this city and Col. radiating centre far reaching In its
W. M. Toomer of Jacksonville made ulluence. Tourists coming to ua for "

I Pins | mmmmDelicious he arguments for the defense. Of the winter, and the people of De- T
Signet 1'.. Col. Hllburn's speech the Jacksonville Lund' are as welcome the students. )
; Metropolis : The whole idea of the service la to
| Signet Waist Sets +AA -ri r r'E A It la generally conceded that theIpeecb give; without academic coldness,

of Hon. S. J. Hilburn was one public expression to the Intellectual

%y ( or the ablest addresses ever delivered and religious culture of the school;
:| A Large Assortment of Holidays Bon Bonsand In the United States Court bullci- and of all the forces of the unlversl-

5 Ing. Not having the speech in full, ty that make for righteousness and l j
Goods. Call and inspect. we can only give extracts from it. culture and all that Is best In charao I '

Mr. Hllburn defined peonage In the ter, the vesper service stands outmost .

LTHS :- ChocolatesAll langunge of Chief Justice Brewer, of distinctly. Who can measure .
SMITH The Jeweler I the United States /Supreme Court the Influence of the good words and

Home-Mads Candles and said that the law on the subject sweet songs we heart! The words

of peonage was no new thing, the act themselves may be forgotten but all 1
i Palatka Fla. $3.50 Something new added having been passed in 180(1!( ( ; but that who habitually attend the services 'l
the method of enforcement and the ot thla vesper hour will always carry
every (day. enthusiasm of certain persons not with them beautiful memories and

Silver Brushes L. A. SMITH esldlng In the south were brand aspirations..

new, so new, Indeed they dazzled

Silver I Novelties and Mirrorswm.mmNHNM Lemon St.. Palatka. tile eyes of all Florldlans. He said Sad Death at Interlachen. '
:E It those wise, tender-hearted persons
of the north, who had come down Rosa, the bright and lovable 15 d,
Special' Commissioner's Sale. here to prosecute this case and to enlighten Year old daughter of D. F. Baker, a ,

317RHUANT to an of this benighted people, would well-known citizen of Interlachen,
r.thanI"'i.a: I
sale rondo; December : : (Jollr attend to tte situation in New York, died of typhoid fever at an early /j l
+ tro..I T Wlllri Judge 1 of the Circuit '
.= --+ + for Ooutity Florida IN the coal mines of Pennsylvania and hour on Christmas morning. I
m.t: b) y'n:\:: ?of the; Petition 1 other industrial centers near them, Rosa Baker was a universal favorite *
== :Puttzam: :PharmacyPALATKA.FLORIDA.:: : : : t ftjori.olhi li. Umx1wit, in AdmlntHtratrlxf they would have their hands full of with the people of Interlaoben "

the Emote. oftnmrlon r"Ooodwlu..oeu.- domestic peonage at their doors, and \and, the whole town was inexpreaal
ell vs. MuKuie Mohrny it nln Sundries and .. to unit tIe, fullowlna miuU of suttl a.- enough to keep them busy at home, ily saddened by her death. The
1- Chemicals Druggist tutu for the purpose of ulHtrlbuhoii among that would not require so many de- union Christmas festivities of the I;
*trH,eto..BntltliHi thiireto. I will otTnr ntmhllu
and and M. E. churches
ectlvei to ,
Patents. j smile to the highest and host bidderfor spiel ferret out. Congregational l
OAR6FUL.I..Y OOMPOUN060 uonll I In front' of the front door of he He then stated that he was Opt planned for Christmas night, were a
PRESCRIPTIONS Ll.e.Warl llonlrt Hence .In Pnlatlm." Putnnnt County! posed to crime in all forma, the postponed on account of her Heath,
Mellor al.am.blp WOMAN OF TASTE when she buys rout'riPAY
Agents, ? Florida I on MONDAY TH M 1
OAaDaq: S88D. of FKBRUAHY, lea, during the toRml crime of peonage not being an excep- she being a member of the Congregational -
!!;;;i ;I .e.. ... +_ t must have Quality, ought to have hour i it of stile,.the following real entute nun lon, but that there was no necessity /Sunday school t
ate In Putnam County, Florida' to-wlti for more diligence In the prosecution Mrs. Baker died some six weeks
CanonnoII Style, and prefers to have Economy. And she All of tint ovrtulii tract lot or puruel of
rcrunW a9 4uurarvuuvurrraulaovaaaanaomnmttano laud UeiHirltHHl aH lH>|flnnliifnt of of person charged with peonaR"ethan ago of the lame disease, and all olhe
gets all three when she buys "Queen Quality" nn Ouk tree morked Htuiulliitf 1n""t.r with other crimes. He said family have been very sick ex- y
Announce 5 5M a sales ntfo rove about unveil role' front the I Pant: that If the government was looking ppt Mr. Baker and his son, who u
HI VA/isHto Shoes. When the "Queen Quality": sur- to un Jury of the swamp bordortntf the Kant '
nnkofthti Ht.JohnN' River on I-olHKVh: :N for peonage, it had taken the wrong were away from home most of the $
III. Stock of pass those of all other women's shoes in the t7\ in Huotton rlYIC (lei, In luwiiHhlp TFN ase. The evidence clearly dlscloaed line. Mr. Baker and other memf f
That I have purchased a FiwlCliiM fM \a11\\.south of .Ki.HKeTWKNTY-HkVFNt.r7), ; the fact that these defendants had bore of the family are receiving the
for it. See .
world, there must be a reason our Mites,and runtiliiM thence Fast until It In-
Groceries not committed one act of peonage oc ixartfelt sympathy of all the peoplef
9 eroeptu aline running North from .M.} W.
Staple and Fancy g window display of these famous shoes, then let Jolmun's 'North want corner thence Northalong conspired to hold or return anyoneto that section on account ,of 'j @I
uolioit a a bare : Nnkl, llna'rwelve and Fifty. IIuiulrtHl-' a condition of He main- (ouble bereavement.
wholesale bonnes and U this claim with just one pair. In all ...
Fresh from the large us prove Ih. uiinlii*twoouttir of A certnln' ditch .hlIU'h tallied that in place of the
free II'hroeand alleged
GCntikand Went Id'u
cII811 H < running on
nof yon patronage All K-od bought, for. styles shapes aQ( )leather. $3 oo-$3.50-$4.00. |Four (Ill.n>;thence went alonif center ofiilduttuti peon being inlatroated or held or
: Grace
] anywhere in the city.;. Boot ut attention given oil orders.Orai.ger'i to the Ht. John Hived; thence etured as peons, they had used the n. Rowley,
Northerly 'alcmic' bunk of add l river ton pointdlroctly
HERBERT CROOK, Sole Agent. : went: of: :nforonalil oak carol thenoetft money and goods of the defendants, unoforta Ta"vulur .at I A.ojoini\ tenet,
n Miller to bt tflitnlnirt contnlnliig "''OK'ryIIA.K"LD rendered no service in return, or Coaoh
Inll Oil Song
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L. I
cB mire.., more or limn" otherwise reimbursed the defendants
Instruotlou a t Pupil'sIt t -
n OlddSSltaud E. MKRRYPAY. Superior >
Lemon St. Palatka, Fla. C3; Vonml..looer for their expenditure on them, but sldanoe. ''
Li-wt m.HA8KIILL.. had swindled and defrauded the de
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THE PALATKA NEWSEntered Eh? tfsea to liaunT thd pldceT 'WlieTO

4 mallable at the Palatbn. postoffloeas HiZw. together, and FLUE
matter of the second fi
a sometimes
class. days draggedso GREEN
Pibllshed at Palatka, Fla., on that only .ROASTING IMPROVES

Friday byRUSSELL BIT BESSIE qVn n the thought of

A VICKERS. corvun.vteeany'narreaRATaWHEN the millstoneshe I _
would have

w..--A. KUSSBLL. alter she been had to acceded him If Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Tasto

S.nty comes an' Moots down through to his plan kept I .

[r Tw( hole thst's In the chimney flue her from doing I Found In Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco HungerThere

An' hops out here, I bet he'll bring ,some desperate

Whole lots of toy an' everything tbln ,. Then

: (cIh1Ir D mm&gIr S That little girls like best. Don't you? letters there camrbls begging are three ways used by farHundreds of imitation. brands are

her for some their on sale that look I Schnapps ; the
( ) plugs of
and that was the market sun tobacco -
"SHK tobacco for ; namely flue
the hardest battle is cured but the
cured air cured and flue cured.

fought It steadily for three day before old and is called air cured; filled with cheap, flimsy, heavilysweetened
she She know If she wroteto cheap way
tCopyrlKht 1800. by Katherine Glover. air cured tobacco
'd' ; one
him her letters would keep her the later and
T was Christmaseve discovery
In his mind and that some time she chew of Schnapps will satisfy tobacco
and t tAN'
is called flue cured. In flue-curing
might carelessly say something to than
r llttlu bohemian hunger longer two chews of
bring him back sooner than be oughtto
the field
restaurant was tI the tobacco is taken from
come. It was hard not to yield to such tobacco.
beginning to
fill with gay I what her heart pleaded for, but she and suspended over intensely hot tests that this
l felt be could do his best work cut off Expert prove flue

b who laughing sauntered talk, from thoughts of her and then" flues! in houses especially built to recured tobacco, grown in the famous

In by twos and Joyce paused." tain the heat and there kept -in the Piedmont region requires and takes
( threes, the men "And then? the man said quickly. ,
ro slapping one "She thought perhaps he might havefooled proper temperature until this curing less sweetening than any other kind

another shoulders on the its : ; her while himself circumstances Unit he wanted drew to marry their process developes in the tobacco the and has a wholesome, stimulating'stimulating

they passed, lives so closely together. Now that be taste and fragrant aroma satisfying effect on chewers If the
Qo was seeing more of the world and

ti t bantering lltUo German the wf meeting other women he would weigh found in Schnapps tobacco, just as kind tobacco you are chewing don't

proprietor and the matter and would learn his mind. coffee is made and than the habit
r h '..,- -- taking calm If he came back and still wanted her, green fragrant satisfy, more mere of

and easy pus she"Veil would" know be meant It, and"- stimulating by the roasting process. expectorating, stop fooling yourself

' "BUB: isn't COIIINO." things session, as of It "That's? the all"man she broke ended In lamely eagerly., smiling Only choice selections of this ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco.

t they were well used to the ways of the 4 eo ut| at him juicy flue cured leaf grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chew-

} place. Shabby and 111 kept moat oft Psrttk' "No, not all. Together. shall we try famous Piedmont country where the ers formerly bought costing from
them looked, but their liters were r ; ; to end the stories with 'They lived 75c.

r bright and their lips were bubbling happily the ever after? best tobacco grows, are used in to $ i.oo per pound; Schnapps is sold
reached out her hands to him
with evidently little snatches from hearts of song full overflowing of gay- for answer, and be closed them tenderly Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands at Soc. per pound in sc. cuts, strictlyof

q ety.At In his. high grade, flue cured tobaccos. 10 and 15 cent plugs.

t one table In a corner sat a man

apart from the crowd and clearly oblivious Tib

to the life of the place, his eyes there'll be dolls with dresses. newAn' R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM N.
eagerly watching first the clock nd j ,, c.
t then the door. Once or twice be started eyes that open bit sui blue (cllnIr I US rrml&A 1
and half rose from his chair as someone When they sit up-an' cry an' tint '"

entered scanning a face closely, When Ssnty comes.AW LAKE COMO.

only to sink back with a long sigh. It aIh1 tetch'nuts
was five minutes of 7 o'clock. "She he'll an' candy too, N. J arrived safely and are guestsat

Isn't coming" he thought, and bo let JAn' cats that when you squeeze'em.mew. the Avenue House, until their
Best Route
bill chin tall heavily Into his palm My brother Bob he says, I ling By ARTHUR"J. BURDICK coat r home Is ready for occupancy.Mrs. to

while be tried to gather his thoughts. He'd like to sit round listening.
J. A. MacNab of Rldgewood,
t At last, bolt conscious of some one H. says: "I'll tell you what I'd do. Copyright IBM, by Arthur ;J. B..rdlelt.JF N. J., Is a guest at All View Cottage. Macon. Atlanta, Columbus
approaching he looked up and found a L for the winter.
girl standing there her hand out I'd list lump out an' holler" 'Boo? the....'. .... thing gild Americus, Birmingham.
When Santy cornea. Wright Palmer came from St.
C stretched. "I am late, she said hur the Ouutmaa
Petersburg, and Is visiting his parents -
riedly. "Have I kept you waiting More than Moan I ITHI M,. and Mrs. Stephen Palmer. Valdosta.

k long"Yes?", but !It doesn't matter. Nothing \ deuce, Mr. and Mr. Claude Monjar and Montgomery and Northern PointsTwo
Tn to deal. a diriMmaa, Miss Cleo. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sulli- ;
natters now that are hero ho
you anthem van and Katherine, were visitors in Trains Daily North Bound.
said warmly, taking her hand In both
Boo? G By the old time village I Crescent City recently.
of bis. "Sit down and let me look at r Leave Palatka, No. 2, 5:30 a m! No. 10 6:40 p m,
lie drew out her chair and choir.I i D. B. Raybon and W. L. Gable Arrive Palatka
;you.: Southbound, No. I, IOOC<> p m,
live be hun were visitors to Palatka recently. "
seated himself opposite. Both were may to a No.fl,10:80a: m.

client for a moment while they looked dred. Ed. Petrequen and Howard Man
-, R Chester of Cleveland, 0., arrived
steadily Into each other's eyes. The But I never will foe
fr Monday and are with their family at Schedules !given above are subject to change without notice, and the
color In the cheeks : CO TRA.I.TO.
rose slowly gill's
'.4tr'd fpl act the Ballard cottage. time of arrival and departure of trains Is not; guaranteed.

and"It she Is almost turned like away.old times. Isn't It?" Ouulmai in the old hem nll ca Miss Jewel Middleton left for Hor- Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga! Nashville

she asked, with a nervous little laugh. And the good old limo q_ tense, Oa., to remain with her parents St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round. Elegant sleeping cars between
for the holidays. ValdoBtu and Macon. Also Pullman Bleeping cars Valdosta to Atlanta
"Like all the best of the old times '
rolled Into one," he sold. "Heavens two ith8 BaloiiThla Instructors grew Then wai Liza Brigga Howard Morris left for Okelium- Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and a between Macon
-so poor that theliiuiilen Welir r kee, Fla., to Spend the holidays wIth Valdosta and
bow encouraging there was a line now and Jacksonville
I have wanted to be back Joyce! frayed skirts and cracked shoes some- ; contralto; hid parents,
"We are both growing too old to bo times she laughed and then In the papers, all of which puffed 'The Mary %' Information M to rates routes, schedules, sleeping oar reservations
tbouga pre soprano The Christmas entertainment at
eta will
sentimental Jack. I want you to tell tended she did It for fun, and the artist blm up mightily because he vainly Jone. the M. E. church, Christmas eve, be Kindly furnished upon application to

me all about Paris and your success.I was so poor that-well, he was hoped they might make some difference And the tenor who passed oil very successfully. There O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent. Palatka.

i read about you and was very proudto poorer than any really respectable person with the maiden. was noted were recitations by a number of cliildren I S. F. PAKROTT, Vice Pros CHAS. 11. RHODES Gen.
be an old friend of the distinguish before. The two lived "When four ;years: had passed the and the recitations by .Ir.. A. Passenger Agt
ever I
way> For the clnameM of' P. DeWolf Mrs. I). ]i. and Macon Oa,
ed young American artist, Mr. John In artist thought/ he might return to his Bnybnn
next door uulehbors, high the
Hamilton Seawell" tip home In New York and start his work hi tone others, were greatly enjoyed. Christmas .

They were Interrupted by the wnlt- same cheap boarding house In a busy there lie told himself over and over But the bow wu the songs were sung by the choir .9 53E 1| SOUTHERN RAILWAY <-
little city called Now York. For some The beautiful tree was ladened with N
er, an old friend of the-two, who bow- again that he was going home to the IIurutet-
unfathomable reason the maiden took gifts and candy for the children H.-The following.cheiliilc
are ?Irked
Ohoarse pub only at Information and
are not
maiden and his heart beat Had
ed and scraped an Infinite number of absurdly voice
a 10 'P which
pity on the artist and used to help him was )greatly enjoyed by them
times before they could stop him. "To with hope of seeing her and then sank and --
out of his domestic difficulties and try TB"b TI Cnpt. and Mrs. Morrell are I V..tlbul..TI"&I..X.. ... No u No fie Borth l\\'e.t.' No leLv
night we are to have all the things we heavily again at thought of the change : OB. expected < / !
to patch his moral snags and tears wrong their
up dally from home in Call-
used to pretend v'e didn't like because the ;years: might have made, of the estrangement -
as well. She was his good angel and would fairly knock thus divan. fornia. Jookeonvlllm 50 R; ,706; T.ep; Lv 1.00.111.. Jrla.So It y 7 a'''p'Lv
the figures i were too steep for our incomes they might hare brought 8annnall, Oa. tld R Ae Menon On ....
I 14 .80 "
r 120p fat Hy .:.::
made the days of struggling worthwhile So to peak, right off of' !II A severe cold Is this .. SIIl"I.
wave Ar Ime .
with a few of the more fainlllat During the time he bad been away she song visiting .110 R. aODa A. AUaota, a .. .110 \ .
for tbo stupid artist. She used. vicinity causing much discomfort to A. Uhsrlottuun.... ? 110 lIy n eapI'' I.... A. Bom..U.. .... 110 nl se/ls sa "
things thrown In for auld long ,' bad written many stories and bad final- Ar Ur.bura. ,tr ,,...
ayne the thin blooded folks. Ice formed lr Sic J 1f.11' ''' ''' .so It C
be said scanning the menu card to write wonderful atorlos-much too ly convinced the editors of their worth. I can recollect tha anthem and If It will ..Daa.III........ ."5uiIty I"""., S lop Ar : .:wu. 'IO. :L' a alp """
keeps be Indulged
skating :
up .
Af Olnuwoct ,
to be the ,
wonderful appreciated by d trip
Joyce nodded bar bend and smiled and He- saw her name In the contents ofa Always on Chrutmei day. In to some extent. .r_RlahWoud... ..,.,, ..110 RI abed,sup .,
earthy editors she had to submit them sung MVh i ; II...... ... .17I"a : ::
the order was finally given after along to. In spite of their poverty, they usedto number of magazines. The old days "Cloo-.,.., 1iao-7". in lha "lihe.l r The Como friends of Mrs. Capt. Ar Ar onarwluseula Lyoehburg ...:. .... .::: ray a.Ira : top arTnl--do ..... ... .

conference of the three, have good times together, those two. were changed. He would lie longer and We could .hear the tenor ...,. Ames, Mr. and Mrs. George Fiskeandfamilysincerelysympathlxe A.Wnahl..lOa. .&, by Ry 8"pro 80"p lap AC Dnirelt.n ....._....._.._. ,,020" ........
When the waiter brought the dinner, her In the cbeap boarding; house. If Then the bow joined the effort. with Bstnmura ?.. ..P Itttti ells I lI/l1p: Aratevelead... C45I', ..
When things grew very somber they she sent blm Ar PallWelpmu' ,I' mill l6/lp/ .was L -p.- .. : .. .
three before
r .lII.
the table was heaped with little dlxhes away years them la the loss of A. .a Ill P "
"Pay-Mn airth. goo-dwill their beautiful II..2:0fK"I! : 1 e Wa .,
would help each other jeer at fortune. she had almost Baal AI .oUI..lll. ,..5o nil "UUp'
probably forgotten him home at Pomona by fire. .A.-- AH'.I.o"I. ........ ....
Cloo-rye, .NO '''''a
where gloo-r/e
There little restaurant payloo"That'i -
was a In all this time, but the thought of the pay-ioa. Through' "Tbe L.ad.f the 8k,." l NollO AI' I
Wright Palmer and lrmlu.balll, Ala..o By U DIn
would Lave jolly dinners when lha the anthem daughter Miss .
they Christmas letters spurred blm to writeto way ran. AI' Homphle T..n... a
Edna, left for their home at Os.ln.InK.N.Y. L.I..llvtlU..rl.. ......... Ar gauoa. City ? '
ever the artist sold a sketch or two. her and toll her of his return. He .so By 10'p Alo..JI'rl.oo 840&1 ..,
L" ....
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.auuah 010 ..... ,
of the restaurant 110 fly II Ilia Lr Memphis,................ '
LtpF.r Carl the keeper was would reach New York the day before Ar Oulmnbhy 9 .... ... ... 9Alp
.IIOlly e Um
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their friend and served them good dinners Christmas, the anniversary of his leav- Best wishes to the editor of the : xaozvllto Aehevllle: N a : ..,.:.., :: a1 A sup ArauOtlprloll'o, Ar. 8:1Oa\: \i. --
Palatka News for Teen
seasoned with sage philosophy.The lug. Would she meet blm that evening a very happy and Ar ruutevtlle "" .. 110 Ry ay a alp Oils No 13-"Tb. Florida Limltad" Dally solid
day dawned when the artist bad at half past 0 In tbe little restaurant? r"t1 prosperous New Year. Ar a. Louts ," ; ....tln. It y O'IJp vestibule. train through day oaohN eat Coil'
U ( Ohio
J1..olaaati. ... ... .. N
an opportunity to go abroad and studyhis lie would watt for her at their same e .Q A C 16. taco.I.oplall'' oars Jackzoavltie 10 Oloolnn.lI.

art under the great masters-the table In' the !,corner and they would talk IS NEW YORK PROGRESSIVE? No, ) Birmingham' Memphis end. Naous 011"
O-"Weshlugloa" and Fla, "
thing he bad longed for all his life. over old times. The artist arrived In There are nearly five million people In Pultlnsn:; Urawing\ lbmm Slwplag Limited Oar,,Jshsos j Dally:. Dialog Car..11I. .

'' "When the chance came however It New York on the day be expected, and the Greater City of New York ; less than No.to Sue Yur... __. -
+ 114" f seemed a small thing compared to the oil afternoon ho wandered about, welting two million 20 years ago. Dcliy H4"II.POllruna"Drewintf York" and Roont Florlola axpree., "
Then It took hour :; Hitepg ear Excellent Dining Cpr Serried on
an between
loss of the maid for tbe hour of their engagement, a streetcar York. Curt Tempe, Jwkmavrile: emu New
to go to 00th Street now 8 minutes
en. There was let bait dreading It for fear she should through the subway. No. IIO-VRtI Pullm.n D.II.-Room, soil aU Through Trains.
? not money not come. But the good fairy waved Now more painting Is done with one bL B ua.'III..ph'lI LoUI. cur between I..onomo sad

.r; enough for both her wand for him this time, for tbe "AWNOILa SANG TUB GLAND axar: -Rans.- gallon of the L.. A M. than with two --- "
to go so be preferred maiden really came, and she Is Just the gallons of ordinary inland paint. JAB FBEEMA.W, fist -
to stay some, dear, sweet maIden oa In the old Besides the L. & M. Zlno hardens the Passenger Agent, 108 W, Bay street, fncluonvllla, Fla.

'I and make a llt days only the shabby clothes. are replaced Than the women gathered courage I L. & M. White Lend aud makes the

tlo home for by new, well cut things, and "AwngiU sang the glawd md'.rein I" L. A: M. PaInt wear. like Iron for 10 to ID Women U.Lopait BAIT.BT, } WjLTlB HII.LIARD
: 1I her In the busy, there !Is a quiet air of prosperity about And tha .ba.o followed after years. as Well as Men Are Made troaluunu Hue;.and Treat

: heartless city. her. She looks Just a little older, perhaps "AwngiU, riff-lain." o'er "agaia. 4 gallons L. A: M. mixed with 3 gaunt s Miserable
Linseed by
Oil will Kidney The Co
paint and
a moderate sized G. Bailey
: But for once and the eyes are a trifle more '"ILeImin"r.ff-tai.," "ruff-rain" "roof-rain" house Loper

the maiden was serious, but they are tbe Hume tender, Shouted each, then all went. back Actual! cost L. A: ht. about $1.20: per Bladder Trouble.

cold and unyielding splendid eyes, reflecting a big, sweet And began again al "doO'tye," gallon.L. I Kidney trouble Fire Insurance::

I ;( telling soul. The two talked over many sul on another tack.< A M. Lade for one-third of a oentnry. Usconragesancl leucna prey.ambition upon the mind
;?' Jjklitu him that she things, but all tbe time tbe artist has rag _"_ vigor and cheerful.; beauty, Leading American and Foreign!
u I. didn't care searched the mulden's eyes to see It be Sold by Kennerly Hardware Company' 0 : mess soon ,
f' disappear
itf r iiy '' 'yr: '' c' enough for him could find there any sign of what he After various frannfl Palatka Fla when the kidney areout Companies

0 u:, ri, )ti1i ''ill w.- to share his 1'ns longed for all these ;:years a different off 011o. STATS or Dote,OITV of order or dis
home. She sent answer to tbe question be put Going back from. Lucas VOUKTY. (t" \ eased. Accident Insurance:
Sli THEY: WXBB INTERblm away with to her four years ago. lIe Is eager to t Kidney trouble baa
Frank 1.
time limo Cheney msbu oath
to ,, that ba la eonlor
a heavier heart offer again to make a home for her and pnrtnurol the arm of r'. J. Uhen.y A to, dome become so prevalent The Travelers of Hartford
singly. doubly, all .to.gethar. .
t. than be bad to spend his life trying to make her tbe biuunea In me oily of Toledo, County and State 'that it is not uncommon

"SOUCTIUBH pan IMAOB WOULD aTRAT.DarwaaN ever had before. lie went to Paris happiest woman In all the "world. 01 fureMld ONE ,HDNDKKI and that said DOLLARS nrm will for par tlK'the:* sun and born for a child to be Life Insurance:

: : mar AND THB CANVAS" where be pitched deep Into work to He looked over at tbe girl.IOU Is tOL In a climax quiaiauhllme e.err oaaa of Catarrh that' cannot be oure.l br afflicted with
: Hall'at atarrhCure. FRANK: J. kidneys
of all aorta, more than they could possibly try to forget the maiden but thoughts you to end the story," be sold quietly.Her \ ( Hworn to .beffirit ma and eiibaortbed CHUNKY.In tnT child urinate:{ ,toooftenaif the urine scalds The Old "OermaniaLife"

have eaten If they bad been sayIng of her .would creep In In spite of cheeks. Yen flashed, and she : They ail mat at lest in preeimce(Seal) ...1. tin dar ol December A. W.OLEAHON., A D. Ittne the flesh,or if, when the child reaches an Reliable

up for this one meal during all the himself, and sometimes her Image, a wall toying with bee spoon ,She look- concert Notary; age when it should be able to control the
tIme of their separation. In reality laughing, haunting Imnge, would stealIn ed up at him a moment and her eyes On the anthem'i final son Hall'e dlreotly Catarrh oil the Cure blood la taken aud Internally and pas.sge> It Is yet afflicted with bed-wet. of New York

they were both too excited to be bun between him and his canvas and were shining./ "I want to go back a TUB SOPRANO.' note 01 the.'.tom'F.'t' for tnellmoniala muoou.! see' .U" ""' bilK,depend is upon it,thecauee of the dial-

guy, and their tongues went so fat hen; be would Lave to give up little and change your story some. 1 And to peaceful ailence eialung Sold b) nniKKUlii OH, price tNsr too k co, roiajo,o. culty step should kidney be towards trouble the, and the first Marine Insurance:

that there was time only for spasmodic work for that day. It was no use. shall begin where tbe artist bad his Let their yoke gently ...... _Take Hiill'ii Family:' PI In for Oonmlpallim... these Important organs. This treatment unpleasant of
lIe would out on the streets. and to abroad and study. The Leadfmg Companies
I dips into the various dl.hes. When go opportunity go Executrix trouble is due to s diseased condition of
the dinner tapered off to coffee and walk and walk and walk trying to When he told the maiden about the Notice. he kidney and bladder and not to
cheese, however they both fell Into silence. wonder If the maiden's answer was chance and offered to /give It up for Twa a pleasure thus tli Notice. lath dray l I" herohy of May given nor t that aliAll on make Monday" habit as most people suppose All Claims Promptly

The man lighted a cigar In tbe dual, calling up little scenes of their bar It was the hardest thing she ever to linen report: of my auuouitta: nud vouuhnrn H* ex"Si"1 Wouieii as well s.men are made miaer-
old easy way they were used to and :jays together, conjuring up her bold bad to do In her life to refuse the sacrifice And to welch tha y=, MMtlliluMunu.dnceaned.ana?? of 'he !"" wilt and al nniin, or and able both with kidney and bladder trouble, Settled.

said between puffs, "I want to tell youa to see If be could not again read In her but she bud some small tense of vocal ..... Ulauharge a* such exooutrli. apply for my The mild peat the same great

story, Mlle. Joyce. If you will listen." eyes and and something there that be right'and she knew what those years Oaca, aa I'd like MARY HTWRH: Swamp-Root and ii the immediate effccVof Offloe, 18I'1'Oo.t., PALATZA. FL:
'I wanted. II. wrote her long letters telling abroad would mean to his future so Palatka. FlontsNevsth iris.utrl'"- soon realized. It Is sold
"I shall be most happy; she said to .beat them "" 011'Jdmlnlstrator' by druggists, in fifty.
with assumed gayety. "But be sure her a great many things/ that were she rebuffed him and made him do the And "behold each cent and. one-dollar :

to make It end well. I don't like sad j not always kind. Some of the letters thing she knew bill bead dictated, well known 1 face.I Notice. size bottles! You may M :Pl:. European Restaurant.
the ocean to her others though his foolish, heart led have a '" ".
w stories on Christmas eve." bo sent across ; generous Ante tinreby Riven' that thirty dnva sample bottle
he tore and tried to forget/ But blm to offer the other Ha thought It I I nay live to ba a artar .... .,ft. BiTralnlMminrioi. tiMm_ by mall free ulso a .
up aroau at .
"I shall do my best not to- make !tend hundnd. at" o> H. ... Morgan dmitmml.. will a_ Furnished Rooorns,
but that Isn't for me to there were only I three letters from her was bard for him perbape but be bad by petition to tbs county 1110111'.01 Putnam apply pamphlet telling oil about Swamp-Root.
j In all the four years be was gone, and Paris, with all Its diversions, and the But I new will county. Florida" fur loavn and moi, } many of tbs' thousands or te. ': Hot and Cold Baths
here suit et
Well : private
say. goes TI BChnatinaa public mtlu! the following .. letters
( 't : :: received
', "Once a time there lived a they all came on Christmas eve. Long spur of his new work while she bad alge| tl.uwrlbwl land IwloiiKlnic: to the Ztat"ol cured In front sufferers At
upon friendly letters they were Just like the ojily! the.lonely sense of hi ls absence._ in lha old baaw village old deceaawl.and dex-rllmd aa follow.?, Th. writing Dr. Kilmor S Co.,
and stupid of Si
dear foolish maiden a ae V tlia SW atio B Bingballlton N.
I it. s Y. be
whom she befriend chats they used to have, but with no And that good old HUM quota. .sorest P Katntgo gruiil t.t book 10 rouge, :'M sin this paper. Don't sure and mention James & Varpes
artist -
struggling aeo m, fwp It, ... l..ure.11&? make ,
lOacr any mietake
of the thing be wanted her to --- --- -- ---- -- ---- re"y5e25 "na b'lt
ed. The maiden st least ought to have sign ae corner of WMO I ll f Krenteetber,1 .
write above all else. The stupid artist Southbound trains over Florida FOR SALE.-Two full-blood.d Cli, COuth end ooe: t (o .pay'i I-MS twp ?"the m Dr SwampRootS and the Palatka
been rich, poslle.aorot stately Ueoeased. Flag
very East JoHst leave Palatkia at 11:10 a. dress -
worked bard that lie could hardly I Heifers 14 months old. Will Binghamton
so Jersey N. Y. ----
t mansions and all that sort of thing. If northbound o.i B. ROUNg on every
and :10p. m. trains bottle.
m. ; worth
help winning some shadowy. success; In be sold at a sacrifice See S. J. Ken *: If you want to get your money's
she bad bad her deserts, bat, truth to leave 6:00 a. m. and 4:6G: p. m. Palatka. 11-100804 Adminiatnuo'rs. ,
all thatJan!! .There .was a picture. or .1'11' Fine Traiu and see a good COLD knock-out y
both poor at
k tell at iJHIn ware verr. very I duerry's. Peek's Pine Tar Byrup. *

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Crescent City News WELAKA.Master A W..I.r o.e4otlJ'

It Is laid that Charles Wesley waa

Most Peoplein -_. -------- ---___-_- _- n__ .. Clarence and Miss Adelald sometimes easily annoyed l. and on one '
Morris went down to Jacksonville occasion at a conference he became so \ Established 1820.

J. Mrs. R. A. Gautleris. I repotted an atives.Mr.Friday. (10 q spend Chrl"tinaa with rel. Irritated at the prolix remarks of Bspeaker

steadily Improving from her, reeont that be said to his brotberl

Crescent City C llRI8TM8 R 8 REEI( n INtl 1j, out severe ugain.Illness, and hopes' anon to be' I iirk.urn and stopping Mrs. L. lit B.I the Irwlu Buss of House.New attend"Stop to that business.man's" speaking Let na Fine Groceries, Prompt Attention

John \v. M. Wilflams" went down to Pal- But the offender was relating his religious Choice Coffees Given All
I want"to talk to < Vincent, our old-time barber atlia to
you > Fliday on business. experience, and though it wall .
and Vicinity I.r' about Holiday Goods. <''t has house fitted up a temporary" sholln( his Nisi Bertha Morrison went down at so great a length, John Wesley avl Teas and Mail Orders.

1 'l I have a beautifulline of't\ on Main street, the second to 1'iUntka Friday to do some Christmas dently thought that 110 one had a right

huve I.JI1t! inco learned Japanese Dishes J'4! back' of the V. I. A. hall I. nod hopes shopping.Master to Interfere with It. He was therefore Household Articles. Careful Shipment. .
to: ITave 11
a new shop built allowed to continue, but the moment
that high-class groceriescan k sent to me in the Jt soon. Chas./ Willlmns and niece,
j original
Its bought/ cheaper at package. Tim t' Mr. and Mrs. I). A. aughtry of Grace Urcen went down t'') 1'alatka came when Charles could contain him 'I
price will
for the day Friday.Mrs. self no longer.
store than el" owli re. U Kspanola, wele the guests nf Mr. mid
our We wifnt all the winter it', \J within your: reach. / Mrs. Jamos Padgett\ ou Clii istinitL U. '}'. DIIKH vt Ill hay. a Christ- "Unless he tops," he whispered to Dry and Fancy GroceriesThe 1
know this 5 J My S and 10c Counters 'f Mrs. man (rI's nt her home for her nephew, John "I'll leave the conference"By
to f
honm.'kepiiM i \ Daughtry, nee MIls WIIIIo
) |
i are loaded down with / Wlllla. Uoscoe. thin time John was enjoying theman's
(act. Th"V can know by l'i' Desirable I' Buchanan, Is a sister of Mrs. I'Rdgew. Dr. simple story, and lie only turned Best the World Affords j (
and l IIh "8 quote, ;''. Good; in fact > and will remain several W. A Brewstop> left Friday
and whispered to
calling clays. some one sitting
night thu '
( \i niy entire stock of goods |, Those nn City of .Jficksnnvillo :! ,
prices iv will northern people who .have bis fill her's homu nt Crescent" U..., near:
Our *t ock> is nUvayS the i see me.please I you.will Come and J been clamouring for a "good old to spend) Ohristtitzis.Shadcud "Ileuch Clmrli's bin. hat." Largest Wholesale and Retail Grocers in the World

DES and always FKICSII. i 4 select goods BO that help you fashioned Christmas," such as they big ones at that-are COUUIUNO SPELL CAUSED DEATH. with a National reputation, founded on Quality, Square 1
ock of i \ you were accustomed to having In their running Inn now 'tOld th", fUhermen ;
and Low
Our U'JIdayS' Dealing Prices. THE PUREST FOOD
can make a great many 'I" farmer homes are making big huula. "Harry Duokwell, agnd &b years, 4
Edihles will contain wvcrythinn f \ nice preempts for a small certainly got all they ohoked to death early yesterday morning PRODUCTS. .
for wanted this year-unless I It was snow. \VA we were blessod wilt h, n nips! at his home, in the presence of his l.i
mW< your amount 01 money.GONE. rain here It nnadcd
"I Mr. wiis wife and child He contracted a alight '
ChriBbinaa) Dinner. I. and Mrs. Coo D. Smith expectto very much an (the lust wee something cold a few days ago and paid but little Lowest Prices Prevail ;. : '

'I. leave for Miami this week, where ; awful. i attention to it. Yesterday morning he '*

'" The Shoo Mini V they will remain until nprlng." In Miss I/otha Muck! went down to was seized with, a fit of coughing which Our tremendous trading with the leading American .

i.' a''V.? the meantime* work will be pushed Palatka Saturday to meet hair sister, continued for some time His wife sent. and European markets enables us to effect unusual saving. ( :
O1IIIIe ll Box Mol riol. Crescent City, Florida.Veather to the, completion of their new residence Miss/ KU1e Mao Mack from Highland for a phyMolan but before he could arrive
__ jt; }'Ill.. who cnme buck with her another coughing( spell came on We give the benefit of this to. you. .4.4
,. ._.....:,cc'L', here by Ueorg J enl, /nnd for to the and Duckwall died from suffocation.-Bt.
. ... spend holidays.
... ... c;;:: which lumber Is already being Louis Globe Democrat LIeu, 1st 1901:" "
-- -- hauled on the ground. Dulf McLecd arrived Friday night Br.llarif Horehound Syrup would have Write us for our "Table .andHome" j ,
J. W. MILLER. from Madison whir lie has boon attending saved him. Si5c, GOo and $1.00. Bold: by .
\ Report.cre.centoItytemCemtiira John Capes Is one of the contractors school and will spend Christmas Aakerman-Btewart Drug Co. Catalogue and Price List 1

for the week Hid for building the new etaiion at with his parents.A. -
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Crescent City Fla, leg Devetutior uiMt, luuoi: Max. Mln. Crescent City Junction now nenilngcompletion. ,, Anglenand! 1 twodtuighterfi. Misses CII m aua D A magazine of Intense interest to every housekeeper.

for for Mr. Capes rusideil! III Kmhcr: and Margaret "iromClooigetown Complete, and beautifully illustrated, from which you can .'
December. 7 a. m. 2 |II, ,in.9 p. m.24 nri 84 Im were In town Saturday doing Ii \ .
15. Saturday. UK 7"1.1' \ n 64 Crescent City for several years after some chopping and spent the day I GROVE HALL 1 1n order the year round. Blank order form enclosed. \\I: !
14. HllllJliy.. M 17 6.1 TH Ml 1875, and will be remembered by nil with friends. ," ,
'17. Moiulny! n t ;H 04 7S (iIH.
: Tiieoduy.. oi ;9 in 79 ui old time residents of thu plnci*. IT. II. Bryant want clown to Palatka Crescent City, Fin. ra We Pay Freight Charges J. \
aaa \\ednm.lily.. 113 mi 07 St |flIt Friday night to meet. his daughter < : :gg :; ,
t1U 111 'Thuruduy <.) 7IH (r.M 7.1 W Our white barber has. viunoHsi'd.
u lit. Friday.. ni ra W 63 IH id ins Carolina, who came liomn A Popular Family Hotel g On receipt of price, any order of $20.00 or over will 'Ii '
Goods Dr. Sprague! gave him I u *\ib) fine for From Sutherland college to spend
U Christmas \ R D. WILLIAMS: OlMorver. U under the management of Win. uflj ; ,
be shipped freight prepaid to Railroad Station East
iii drunkenness or the prlvllfyii of gatting the holidays.Mrs. Norton. I.Ji any A .

I at CHAMBERLIN'S."OYA. \ ."" "" "' "" out of town, and he chosu, theafter J. A. Dudley and several i Q In the midst of the bent orIiJ[j of the Mississippi. '

'f Fancy f)h h1lV' vrer uK $ alternative He hnd prevloua.ly children with Mrs.after Dudley's upending daughter" a few, days Mrs. a da.ange Fine growing/; boating section Hulling of Florlu and.J.Jg

Doll'UIlrL"hll\'ell., Wlieelbai ,' UJS Personal and Social I. 1 spent 10 days In the Palatka cala.. It. A. Hines returned to their homeat bird shooting.' Beautiful views. I!! Money Refunded II Goods 'j j :,1 ,

WIIKOIIS. !jn bootie for the same offense.! The l1rpkll Saturday. n of Crescent Imke from hotel IIiiI
DreHtiinK Case*. Glove and Qr "" "' .
veranda to steamboat not
nan was a good barber when sober, Ezra la home Handy g are Satisfactory ,
dises, Pleiuri-s UE Hlgglnbotham at to "
Handkerchief I 3 landing. Board by week j|
Viiie.LI The merchants all had the biggest but> he was rarely at his best. spend the holidays with his mother
und Picture Frimifs : n and month at reasonable rates.' n:' This liberal offer and absolute is .
8 and Fancy Bnakotx Pocket na kind of a Christmas trade.N. Mrs. M. A. Higginbotliam.Mr. guarantee, warranted "II
Caters to Northers Tourists.
I The children of the q g
Hooks LadIes nnd Gents "Ink Wj B. Mlze.ll Is ORivlii truck farmingon Sunday! school Presbyterian Chilstmas Mrs. H. ]h McT,nod went :'IVrlto for terms. L.I by the high quality of our goods, and the universal '; .
(i'j Stands, n the east side of Lake Crescent. enjoyed a (clown to Palatka Saturday. IIJ'g satisfaction wherever sold and used. '
j Silverware knives forks and nii tree with a genuine a-ila Clause at ; \
: spoons watches chains and g j James McCormlok arrived for the the V.:I. A. Hall on Christinas eve. Methodist The Sunday church. school will of have the "Southern Christ.flubs I Win. C. NORTON, |

H clininis, fobs rings necklaces g winter last "Week, Thursday, and IK There also short and a n
was a literary
j cult buttons stick plus match Bi tree Monday night. a Fha.J ..
again at Orove Hall.J. Crescent City;, g J ;
' manicure sets, bracelets. musical progrnm. All the pupilsgot ;9
siifos grj \Mrs H. S. Paine of Nashua was In tI ,1. Jj;
fountain pens. pearl handled g" L. Cowart has been furnishing neat presents In addition to the town; for u few hours Saturday., 1I1I1I1I1I'I311111111111111r.1I1I1I1I: 1I1I'I: ; :"

j Poe holders, sterling silver u fresh tomatoes for the local\ market regulation bag of candy 1 and\ nuts. -- -- -- ,
Mr and \Mrs. l "lhlmbloB. sewing -a..te. side uH gone 135-139 West 42d Street New York.
combs. for the past ten day The children of the Kplscopnl church to; Interlachen to spend the holidays. I :

:=1 Souvenir Chlnawarn. c Bi ;1 Mrs. E. N. Maull and children of generally joined in Christmas. Jlev. Davis preituhed nt the Northern Address Jfatt: Order Department. l

: Neckties, iflnves handker- :g! Palutka are upending the week here festivities with the church lit HimtIngton .Methodist church Sunday even.hIII' Oranges, "
I chiefs. c with relatives and friends. on Christmas night. ,
n Hninllton-Brown Shoes-evu I\r.lll1d !Mrs. C. B. (Coombs went
:! Rev. Dr. D. M. Reeves was ------ -- -- -- -- --... )
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:a: pry pair guaranteed. g \Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and her slater presented down to Palatka oa Monday.Mrs. ,

3 ?'Ino Candy from lOc to 750 Jja Mrs. Scott have gone to housekeeping with liberal purse of money J. A. Luclns who has been Grapefruit, \

pur pound. a; In the Attleboro flat on Christmas day, the amount being; visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ATLANTIC COAST LINE .
'u Chase & Sanhoru's Teas and [y;J contributed by admiring friends not A. Abshler left Monday for her homeIn
H Coffees, Fox River B litter. jj Mrs. Jas. J. Horton of Attleboro, Marion county. She was accompanied TangerinesSold
u linyal Scarlet! Canned Goods ag Mass., arrived last week. Mrs. Horton members of the Presbyterian church, as fur as Palatka by Mrs. Ab- Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia
-the best put up. jj over which the doctor was pastor for shler.Lntchlur. commission .
owns the residence at the cornerof only on a
IfMO have not tli0KM. ><10 you wnnt, other church for
U '"JilI six years or any ,
l\o UH your order,niul we will Kt It.cntuluKUu IJ Central avenue and Summit st. a. ft Saar... off Tronbl basis by North Carolina, South Carolina.The .--
3 that matter. They were just plain
!: Jwolry tooriloi "011I..J
\Vo take ordora foi* KngriivliiH. Mrs. C. F. Waldron and her daughter Ever since some mechanically Inclined -
Ii Look; thronith I : our Htr>L-k I Hhnii youj :A everyday sinners who appreciate' and : person, with an almost diabolical Great Highway' of Travel from
M. imt nfter OIirlstiiiiiuIt.. We are I'! \Mis. Holmes Erwin of Pomona, know n good man when they see :
for Invented a I ITo
making in.lscb.laf.
'j miro' to hiVe 101ll0thh'II| to plutiuu )'Oll. I'! were the holiday shoppers III I (tlnct. 11 UOnlloS Co. Florida-East West North South I
among him. Dr Sprague wa the prime, form of spring lock, which can be opened ,
3 C. L. Chamberlin.U a 4
' |! town last Saturday, mover In the matter, we are informed. on the Inside by a knob and on the u. 5 ,\ .

tcrcccccccccccBnccccccccn! a I.. A. Ballard came up from his outstilo only by a key there lies been Duane the ;East the Famous
''trouble.: The latchkey from the first 208 St. New York.
kaolin mines at Richmond, Lake
. The large frame house near the has been a domestic storm center. It Florida and West Indian Limitedand I
and will
county, last Saturday remain canal bridge property of J. I P. Hawkins las divided family circles and even New York Express. !
w w wQWWggU Qg at Grove Hall for a week or Prompt
f and occupied by Albert Run- broken up homes.-London Telegraph.' ,

,I Fine Stationery I IJRdlps more. some a well-known colored employe CURED P.uiaT..rnm.M' To the West ;. I
Mrs. H. A. Carll and her daughters Reliable! A-
Preston-Miller ,
I of the company F. Bally P. O True Texas writes: Montgomery Route and "Dixie Flyer" via Atlan&L'thlhtiitttt
of Crescent! City and Mesdames Bitch Harringtonand burned, to the ground ou Saturday My wife had been suffering five years I

vicinity wanting something Williams, arrived on Saturday near noon. The building burned was with paralysis In her arm, when I was Efficient fi'i'l
rcnllv nice In Mtatlonery will last and are now cofortably settled a large and very comfortable house, persuaded to use Ballar
surely find what they want at for the seuson In their delightful but had always been occupied by which cured her all right I have lO-iHI-ainoi Atlantic Coast Line Mileage Books good to all points, via all }
ouretore. We have It In all also used ft for old Bores frostbites and ,
home. raiii8; as far Kant: Washington, and as tar \Vest na St. Louis, Cincinnati 4:
winter The of the
Knules. _ colored people. skin eruptions. It dims tIle work. j 1
:JJ.If.lIJ: : : : < : I and New Orleans rates $25.00. -
Robt. C. Williams imd his friends fire Is supposed to have been a de. Sold by Ackorman-8t.ewa.rt Drug Co .

take If you have Chills. or Fever Dr. J. G. McAlpin and; L. S. Keinphe.r ective flue. Albert Ritnuome lost Consult the Purple Folder. '\ f''

aft..r spending t'hrlstnms at nearly everything in the way of furniture fmwL.l'CUT- -- ---- I ror details and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations b

No. 44. tIt Grove Hall left ou Wednesday for bedding and clothes, but he schedules. Call on your nearest ticket agent or write ,

the seat of their mining operations owns a home In the same neighborhood I FRANK O. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling Fuse. Aft< :1 ,
will help[ you fret KIJ of i (III! nUl'ILIIK"I..xlco! where his family will find 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida. 'j j
IT OUTsays
o Them Cure; Quick.whpn taken VV" itiuraiiteo IIc".rdlnK I ,< 's Mrs G. 1.\1. Prevail of Seville sells a shelter. The house stood In tho midst W, J, CRAIG, l'aesengerTraMe Mgr T. C. WHITE Gen'1 Passenger Agent

to dii-bctlons. iii"So n liottle.H thoroughbred Plymouth Rock breedof of an orange grove, and many of the General Offices, \Vllinlcuton:: North Carolina > ., 1

Forietlo" itt chickens that uro beauties. )II'S. trees were burned. the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doesn't -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -_ 1

II odIC''" AO'llnnl'i. Mill. Prevail also has the eggs of these Blulne Shiver who has handled the know of any medicinal treatment that will p-sltively cure womb or \ t

,I II, ,A.A.I(HIiiK'H Knowlton HlHfO.tl A 00'. .. Poliinnu liens for settings. Anyone III want ipscent; City business of Chase & ovarian troubles except the surgeon's knife.

H l>.tIne H. KillM HtulH ll,(A IttOrKHtOWIl.HIII Oo'M. Oullio.. of high-grade chickens should comnunlcate eo. the Jacksonville fruit brokers That such a medicine exists however, has been proved by the McCORMICK! HUBBS & CO. )

'i'hon'ii"Htoru l>tmvt>r. with her. lad ,a letter from the firm lust week wonderful cures performed on diseased women, In thousands of ,

, J.Hoi U.1'114 lUiblimuii'B) Hnilth.dttrmttny., HHVlllu.' Flu.I TheVlI1huns' groves completed In which It was' stated that up to cases, by Commission merchants. i. : !

, I .I. ln'iitou HI.lIlUulT. Flu.. die seasons shipments of fruit last hat time they had hail less com-

Lound's Drug Store Saturday The total of shipments plaint about Crescent City fruit than WINE Tomatoes Pine Apples

nearly equals the original estimate from any other p'art of tile state; CARDUI J I;
Crescent City, Flu.Z. but that the fruit from this section was -
S, fruit and tangerines and ;
on grape EarlyVegetables Oranges
and had OF
( mirormly high grade ,
"""iI}" eo"ee ) falls.. little short on round oranges.
The total is somewhere between 9,000 gIven more general satUfnotlon to Fruit

A. ::I:. Spencor: : ,. and 10,000 boxes. their country customers than fruit In all from part any. of other the Woman's Relief Grape .. I

Dentist. Rev. D. Spencer preaches each at Sun the !>art of Florida. Chase & Co. have 279 Washington St. New Yorlr.: Ii.

Baptist church In Suvllle handled through Mr. Shiver about It has saved the lives of thousands of vaak sick women, and

------- day except the second Sunday In 8,000 boxes up to Christmas and on has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of :::TTiI: -
omc, at Benldonc oa l'ro.peoIStte.t. Mr. Is paintingand -- -- .- -- -- -- -- --- .
each month. Spencer all consignments made to them have chronic invalldlsm. It will cure you. If you will only give It a chance.
Crescent Florid
City, redecorating; the Interior of the secured very satisfactory prices. Sold at every drug store In $1 1.00 bottles. Try It. To reduce my stock of Jj I .
Is looking forward to n
StJoini! Ulvr IDayimnt.. churuh of and religious awakening.W. Ernest Barber, formerly of Como Orange and Grapefruit Trees Tlie Publisher's
mason but now residing; Wlnateil, Conn., WRITE US A UTTER GAVE: IIP SUPPORTER '

The Beach& Hille-- Line, J. Plerpont of Savannah was Mr. writes to the News that he has long freely and frankly In strictest conll"I wore 'supporter for years, for offer: for the next 80 days, 2 year ClaimsSustained :

here for a short time last week. iota a good position with the Bangs ray womb, which/ had crowded everything old buds 4 to 6 ft. at 22.00 per hun '
Steamer CREHCEHT.LmvmJackiionTllleonTueiidayii.'riiunidajn! business man nnd dence, telling us all your troubles. down before It,writes Mrs.S.J.'
Plerpont Is a busy Decorating; Co. at Chat place. :Mr. dred. Buds 1 year 4 to 6 ft. at *2O.00per ,1
It Is hoped by We will send Free Advice (In plain, Chuisiitan,of Mannavilie. N.Y. "I gut- ; \
r but
.nil baiurilari at I:.w R, m. for Orwm fo .:, never stops long Barber saysl "I have received several feral untold misery and could hardly hundred. Buds 8 to 4 ft. one UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS
LnntlliiKH Pmatka. Crwcent Oily and- principal Way his friends here that he will sometime shipments of oranges from my sealed envelope Address: Ladies'walk.. After taking Cardul I gave up year at f 15.00 per hundred. Tho Publ Inborn of W.b.",'* International II'

Itottirni,. neteev.'. ....ntolty on 'W.dnw stay long enough to shake sister's grove-the O. Jo1. Miller placeat Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga' my supporter and can now be on my Trees strictly flrst-olass. Dictionary bar tTnahrl..lIm..u"hly nlleirett.nt it",Is. in fitrt.the tel', ITlilayi aud MOD I fly or
.Jaolinoavllla wltarl tootot Laura ioit.... < hands lIurrlc ne. seen tlieptirptme nt aririptlnur I It to meet the: luriwr' .

T"PIILHC l plione' "811 uurf foot of......011 itI Harry K. Powell and family of oranges III Winsted that clime from ::::-- -- -iiir-- j -.--- and tlon.euvoror" Nq"iJ'UlUUuteof&11otber veuuruWe -
Savannah Ga., arrived last week all over Florida but they can't begin W. F. REED, are nf the opinion tint this Blloiratlon 6 I

A. S.TORREY.t'liilertaker and are settled In the Aumack cot. to compete na to quality with the East Florida Nurseries, moet work dourly thut, Ida and boen nccuratoly;QecoinpllBli, I,I ludarlbea BiiU the the --- 1
Main street. Mr. Crescent lake and result(.bathos. been"' ...,,hod. Tlielxctlonary -
tnge on south fruit raised along Druyton Island, Fla.ri an 1 It now stnlg. hiui bct n tburuuMhly it.. .
and Embalnier. Powell Is an expert pall maker and the Frultland peninsula. I saw RHEUMATIS edited I In every!(ilutnll,hit. twen. otirrutittxl. -
liia.Iirublyit.lupta.t I to intHjtthu
comes to take this. place In the Pres Borne oranges at one of the stores every I inruor pert and and, aoveror ruqtilroiiumt. of airenerutlim

Full line of Caskets and Coffins! ton-Miller Co's. factory vacated by here that came from the Rob't F. whIch ku.wle.lge domunds than wore any yuuumtloa of popularK'lllolotficnl

Telephone Mr. Herllng. Hubbard grove at Oakwood, near ...e:::::: .. .rhl hiinever cotitniiiO'l.Jb .
H. READ la perlmpa netnUewi to add thatwe refnr '
(PHE80ENT C1TT FLORIDA Mr. and !Mrs. Honry Hutchlnson Crescent, City. I think they came I } to tie dlottuiinr/, our judicial work anof I
commission house In3urlngfl ; the hlirliuHt ,authority In nuaurucyoC tlednltlnni 4'
-------- had an almost complete family reunion through n CURED ESTATE.Crescent g.thut in the fiituraanlnlliepiutltWUI '
.ld Mass. The clerk In the be auurva, oC doiab' ruforuuoe.joHKT .
the one exception
day, '
on Christmas a ......
Crescent Transfer Co. 0JUIILE8 o.itoi'r Chi. J. -
City being; Mr. and Mrs. Chns. W. store remarked to me that the fruit > City Fla.i WELDON

Maeta all\ trains at Oieso nt City Junolion. Hutohlnson, who wore unable to get looked more like ours than any they -fi The Circuhtion.Stimu"1 i 5i TANTOM, J,PPPT.T.II / .
the end of the i ) 1 y"I. uuwur.
looked at
Miss Alice came from Ashe- lad seen. I > Ie.hg_.
The Howe
here. propertyJres -
Night trains by appointment.S. vlll. N. C., on Christmas eve, and boxes and they had Hubbnrd's name .'.,- and the Muscles and Joints I | cent Hill"-Is now oa the mar- 3I .aijoeer.fsre to WEBSTER'S: 4
M. LABBEE. Manager. I said 'of course It Is good
the same day. on them. INTERNATIONAL DIOTIONARY
Egbert cams ket. LOTS #100.
Master I
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the same kind of lubricated by usingLkunxeivt
the on
Is spending fruit, grown >
Mr. Hutchlnson I Particular attention given; to | :
W. D. 8I1OTWELL and within two or three miles of our \ THE GRAND PRIZE
week at home. the testl- ? Crescent City property listed j j ft he h Iff host award)wan frtven to the Iniarnotional .
not only
Is '
>lace. This the worlds i'oJr, louts
Wednesday I ut HU
Builds Row Boats, Monday, Tuesday and had S1oirs with me. > '
Repairs and nakea all\ days the mercury for the mony the News has regardingthe l) AND BEST
boats bungles were cold superior quality' of fruit grown; ee ee GET THE LATEST --
kind.of wood work repairs at tie shop mornings going several degrees 1 4
three ------------ -
'In roar of his MEA MARKET. freezing point. christmas In this section. l l"'o.lIlb.tnf.-lodfn" ....."
tslow.th0 : .....Im..f_ 8
Or..c"n t City. Fla the coldest, some ther- NOTICE.pr.EATei .
itlnfactiry itaaranteed at modprlons morning vas School Meeting. wn -
lot work enrly that morning reglster.ng o. ADH1"R.* rue Fiwaf.Dasdssnel. G.&O. MERRIAM CO..
mometprB rs- There will be a meeting of the PUBLllHina. oic1uaY -c
lie l'w s. No damage patrons of the public school and citizens :, Price 25c.50e.LOO, Bit month rtor date, boraof sail, on Mon.tIsy sPRINGFIELD: "MASS" ,
iilierl to tIs' ornnnes! on ,ttie. trees, and tax payers of Crescent City I Sold all Dealers KuhniKry the I'Uh. A'or'p.1W>1.J wilt I tile
by ,,
with the County Judne County
IS OFFERED ;thollgh, tl.OI& whO had fruit exposed generally .at the Auditorium this Klnrlda,my hnal report with return, account.
snxlous time. and (Friday) evening. Dec{ 2lithattTIW. ""Slcan'Treatiia sat ouohern, and, thereupon' Iptaly| for an Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
JO WORTHY VOUNO PEOPI.KK p.rleno-d' an Monday.y Tho meeting is called for discussing' On The Horse"S Free onter.. upon, the Peiltlon. now of file InsLkolfltOtottInCldt.ah.rhie Core.ColUa, Croup and Wlii&iplna-ea..1I.Chamberlalo"a 4;

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jwllmlu. 11I. nuana or*luc.tlo who wtah to and all All. chotees s.d
killed Colic.
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,a thorough buainMa Minliwand. rood po.U OII..V". house P. DSW0LF. k.i .J j.. Aamtnltitratrlx; ,* of tfie Eiifkte of p. D.i i.Uk.rDJ"f' h ..,..s.
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Fruits and Vegetables- Greatly A Nice ;or.
Our Storeis

i\ City happenings and 5I The past week lDek.intk.tfed.1 la probably without My holiday will a Don't Lose Sight

precedent In Florida for cold long been greater
I Personal mention. J
$ drawn out. Beginning: with Sunday pated, and I pur-
Headquarters .1 vN.1'r 1NtiN1'N. morning, when the mercury showed friends "
my ,
fort Miss Anita A. Bailey ,has returned point several, the degrees cold below has been the steadily freezing: generally for ( i Sil h- of the Fact I

to tile olty. maintained throughout the week. patronage,

Harry Packer of Philadelphia l Is In While each day the mercury rose by that I
Men's and Boys'Furnishings the city for a short stay. nine o'clock to several degrees: above uess. During ) ::!,

Thos. Klnirham will remain In the the remained freezing throughout point it the nevertheless year I will add < ( That we areRETIRING

city until after January 1st. cold to thaw the ice which formed already large < ; I

Robt.Jeffords of Miami Is spending during: the nights before. The lowest Dry Goods, t on
the, holidays with home folk,. temperature recorded In Palatka was Ladies' \ other From the .
reached yesterday (Thursday) niorn- .
Mrs.Samuel Tolbort of Miami Is iigwhun: the mercury went to HZ", in every way I
and here for the holidays visiting relative one thermometer In the city regarded needs of the ( con-

,. as wholly reliable registering as lay in
The Baptist Sunday school had abllt low as 10 at sometime during the stock of Spring Clothing Business.
GOOD CLOTHES. Christmas gathering and tree on night before. ; .
will leader \
be a
Wednesday night. Palatka has witnessed colder
weather, but the oldest Inhabitants tion. Again
Miss Rena Brown Is spending the cannot remember a period In the history for their kind
lolldays with her aunt Mrs M. of the place when the cold at!
Fine CombinationSets 1 the for
number Miss Clyde'of friends Kates Thursday entertained evening a days.Truck gardens In all this section remain, Grade Clothing must be

have been utterly ruined, with the
with a marsh-mellow roast.
exception of one or two growers who Miss Hattie l II sold. I In order to dispose of
The canon cracker and skyrocket savsmall portions of their lettuce I
Suspenders Garter and order of the mayor was well observed beds by covering.
have CUT
Christmas and it we PRICES
on day night. Mr. Martin Uiiilln's orange crop on ,
Arm Bands put up in Miss Serena Bailey I Is home for the the; east side of the river-only about '__._ n____
Christmas holidays from the one-half of which had been shipped UNMERCIFULLY.
boxes at young. N
handsQme* ladles college at Raleigh, N. C. was not injured until Thursday morn- k .
50 and 75c. lug when he found much of the fruit I The City Tax
.. Walter M. DavU and 1
family frozen.At 1000) are now open
of Jacksonville are spending the Satsuma Heights reports come Taxes. The I Don't Miss this Great
holidays In this city with relatives. to; this ottloe of great damage to the all taxes unpaid -

Initial Dr. Richard D. Whlfeslde of Ybor oranges on the trees by freezing.At 1000. t
City. Is. here spending the holidays Pomona Como and Huntlngton; J. N. .
with his parent. on Palatka Heights. there was also great damage., though 127.4w .
Handkerchiefs. I at all these places the bulk of the 1 I Opportunity
Omar Beydler came over from the crop had been shipped prior to the ggg iil"
east coast Tuesday and spent sev- cold.
eral days dining the week with Crescent the Ions
: We hare a beautiful City proper 't I
friends. was- not severe probably owing to
We to supply yourselves with
stock of these goods in O. H. Ewlnir a former prominent the place being: between large bodies 1

white and colors in citizens of the county now residingat of water. The crop at this place, clothing needs at rid-
estimated at 100,000 boxes, had largely your
Cedar Keys In the
was city yes I
Silk, Linen and terday. the been cold.picked It Is and stated shipped that the prior Beach to Good iculously low prices. Come

Japanette in all letters Mrs. Elizabeth Lamon, who has & Miller line of boats had already :
been spending some time with her carried out from Crescent City fully I and be convinced.Our .
. made, (at 50e, 25c daughter,Mrs. Pursley Waycross s, 61>.000 boxes and from 10,000 to 16.0UOt
Ua., returned home last week. boxes t had been forwarded by rail. stock of Men's Furnishings
and 15c. So less than a quarter of the crop -
r Miss Carrie M. Green, of Green From all that couldbe
was exposed. | l
They are beauties.Men's Cove Springs, formerly assistant learned up to Thursday afternoon ) and Hats is complete -
principal of the Putnam High school, there had been but little damage to I Every
visiting. In the homo of Dr. and fruit at this place.At l I in detail.
Kid Glovesin Mrs. K. S. Crill this week. Ban Mateo, another large fruit I every

Patton Anderson chapter U. D. C. center, the damage from freezing was in the I
Dressed and t Is planning to give; a reception! to said to be slight up to Thursday I 1
morning But the News has had no
veterans and of veterans
sons on the
1 Undressed. of luth. report from that point since. Year.Our
evening January
The. trees have not been Injured' at I
MOlt gentlemen like The Pythlan Sisters will hold their any of-the i -above pi.ic.m --
regular meeting next Monday night The cold extended to the 20th parallel Goods are i : ; ;: 1 I. M. MEYER
nice and on the first Monday night In with freezing weather- as fur and wo would | ?
January the newly elected otllcers south as Fort Myers.. :
i call and Inspect | I
will be Installed. I ; .
Neckwear. P&latka's Big Christmas Trade. If It Is not COD ; j !

Miss Lillian McCuIlongh an accomplished Palatka merchants generally: are to call ju phone

t We have thousands of young lady of Madison, rubbing: their hands over what Is jj I No 84, aud It | =
the guest last
was : Saturday of Miss
' ;Minnie Buky. Miss McCullough was probably the most prosperous pre- beautiful patterns in enroute for Miami where she will Christmas. trade In the history of thecit' I

Four in IIand Bows upend the holidays with her sitter ,. We
Miss The trade begun fully two weeks In all
Eunice McCullough. L. C.
Etc. which have advance of Christmas and all tart !'II : few
, _, just The Palatka. News l Is a trifle short week the stores were crowded with we
t come to us from the on local news Items this week but purchasers. On Friday Saturdayand
ns the entire force Indulged In the Monday occurred the rush of Kirby and 1> | ; '
t. New York Market. C'hrlstmns: vacation the editor will buyers from the country and nearly i per
offer that ns his easiest most natural all of them carried wade of money \ Palatka \ '
\ \
r What's the matter excuse for the deficiency. Saturday and Monday were the great! 'L" : r.
rush days. The incoming trains and
l with aFine L. D. Walden the magician has ,boats were crowded with country the Year
r1M rtt3lf i'r)/ /
returned to the city from an eight; people and these mingling: with the
month's tour of northern towns and home. buyers filled the streets and U''mih;IMII' win:rm'!imu : is =
SilkUmbrella reports a quite successful season stores. None of the stores had sufficient '
Mr. Waldon expects to !give exhibits clerical force to wait on thetral. I Ii Right.
through Florida! this winter. .. properly. This Is what some : the iI
? Superintendent Tucker requeststhe of the merchants say regarding the : i 1I

News to state that the January trade: I I Your New Year's resolution
of the < Uay Brothers We positively could
mooting countv school board 1
Lots of them here.Men's will be held next Wednesday instead not have handled any more trade: Breadis t will do you more harm,
Our clerks were on the Jump from "
of the
Tuesday regular day of till Into the than good unless live up
meeting.The ;. early morning way night. I IJJI JIi you
Fine C. K. Rotvton-It was great; the ; not only 1 "
Christmas celebration of the biggest business we ever had at this to them.
children of St. Marks Sunday school season. but so also j J
.. One of the easiest things
Shirts will take the form of an entertainment W. S. Fry-Bigger than I had I : :: t : : I e
tonight (Friday) at the church dreamed could be possible. Buns = in the world to "live up to" is
= ,
rectory. There will be a picture Fearnalde Clothing; Co.-Our trade
Bath Robes show, music, amusing contests of was positively tremendous. We had Pies Etc. Sale a Buck's steel range. Start
various kinds and refreshment the greatest difficulty In handling) ,
our trude. DllrlnlSn.turciRY and the year right with a range
Miss Allda M. Gnrdnor, a form..rpopul"r
Elegant teacher In the Putnam High Monday 06,08.1,70 our sales These amounted figures. tell to exactly of- Suppose You jj that will save fuel, bake idea!.
school was a visitor in the this
week. Miss Gardner Is now city the assistant some active buying and some hustling If you like ly and last a lifetime. Wtcan't
Hosiery. of ou the part of our salesmen.. will call
principal the high school on
Smith, the Jeweler-Our trade began C here of
begin to tell
at Green Cove Springs; and was on orders from ; A you
early and we hud asteady streamof
her way to St. Augustine to attend =
Sweaters for the educational It up to :Saturday. when It amount 80UK the merits of this stove-it !
: i \ ::'I \ :
ed to a flood.Ve had a big; business Our Bakery : bargain.:
J. L. Stone of Minneapolis. M. S. Brown-Well, you see the M The Product ;? I : ::i \ hot and must be seen to be appreciated.
Men and Boys Minn., waR in the city yesterday .t.ock. or rather where It was. Our r and l'ii Let us show it to you to
I Dr. Stone owns an orange grove at business for December up to Christmas .fl SOME. i
Satsuma Heights, at which he 60 than for begin
place was per cent greater $ / day-so that you may
: And when it comes toChildren's resided some 20 years ago He also responding month 1 last year. 1 Ian S 0. L. I lot
owns some property on Palatka perfectly satisfied for 1 have the new year right.
Clothingwe Heights.; During his stay In the had the biggest: Christmas of my $ Oroome' : between. ,
county, Dr. Stone Is the !guest of Mr. mercantile experience
know we can and Mrs. O. W. Peer at Satsuma 'apt. H. We had a fine tl annim"m,im ; : 100x100.
please the mothers of Heights business in furniture and other useful : :: 1 ; : l good! s KennerlyHardware

Kathleen the little daughter. of and ornamental. house. goods. We A Man's
Palatka did not into toys this Wu tinder
/ our go year.
Col. and Mrs. S. J. Hilburn gave a poultry,
we did supply some elc" gant furnishIngs -
birthday party on Wednesday afternoon Co.
: : : ;
at which were present thirty for very many homes in this Is His or see
Fine two of her little friends. There wasa city nnd county and are entirely
Christmas satisfied with our Christmas trade.
tree and a Santa Claus
and W M. Curry-We had the biggest It should '
all received presents. There wasa be
Brown trade In the of the house.
Buster history
big birthday cake with burning with .
: good paint. nut 01
wax tapers and lots of refreshments, J. M. Meyer Co.-Our special burnt up by glow \ : \;: I ; : mtr f
and best of all a good: time for the sale which ended Monday being properly I: :: :: ,: soil:: 1 mtt mm-f"U( &
trade winner and / ,
and flight: sag a big /tii>r A
little and her guests.
queen our Christmas trade was great. The that ii destroyed le\Ui.
J. O. Kelluni secretary of the state store was packed with buyers from cants but little to Omir anti
Reefer Suits.And board of control was a visitor In the moinlng to night. We are satisfied painted, if the = Gay Brothers
city Wednesday, en route to the Kennerly: Hardware Co,-We hada ii uied. The : :: ;:\ "rluht,*lur: ,
educational convention In St. Au- big Christmas bualness. The peo- world cannot do Mor.
the l\ren- gustine. Mr. Kellum was chief ple all seemed to have money. We poor paint, but! flOC.. -
clerk. of the house of representativesIn do not carry special lines for Chrl.tsuls '
There is nothing quiteso 1005.\) and will be candidate for but In our regular lines we had to Pol The Leading Grocers of East Florida
the same responsible position In the to tURtle to wait on the trade 1 BIOI'1e I
elegnnt in Pattern, coming: legislature. He Is a Bradford Ii. H. Mooney-We had a fine trade. / > ('1t1 tar -IO!!
Finish and Fit as county man, and was formerly L. A. Smith-Christmas brought to
principle of the Gainesville high uo all the business we could handle ""'"". Our atock was never more complete than now w

the Celebrated school. Miss Hattie Buky-We sold every- -7-wnl and new goods are arriving weekly.A .
thing bought specially for the I
trade and In the line of dress few of our specialties:
t Died in New York. goods and indies fine waists and
Griffon Beech Nut and Ferris Hams and
[ skirts our trade was large. We are Qii
S, Wilson/ for 15
Henry a
years .
prominent and wealthy citizen of Palatka highly; gratified with the business.Miss and you will Breakfast Bacon,
Kate Lucas-The trade was will look well
died of acute pneumonia at M Genuine German Dill Pickles,
all we could handle. We did a big They are
the Hospital In New York
Brand SuitsFound Irving
city on Christmas morning. buslneis. cause they cov Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil
Boston Store We had a
Millinery end
Mr. Wilson had been In Ion health 1 fine business. than surface wear / a J Peanut butter, Fleishman Yeast Cakes,
since leaving Palatka nome two
only at ever months ago, but the news of his I Damaged By Water. old Dullness by reputable All the leading brands of Cereals,

death was a grset. surprise and shockto A break in water pipes on the up- the continued Vermont Maple Syrup,
his fellow t< wnsmen. '
per floor of the Boston millinerystore Red .
I I His body was taken to Michigan Christmas morning came very and information ciutomer New Buckwheat,
1 for Interment and the funeral will near causing..big loss to the owner Graham
be held tod..y.Ir.\ Raymond! Wilson workof ,
.M. ,8Brown's Mrs. A. L. Prompt
his son, who resides at Hastings clerks and plumbers saved the AC .. m Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also

passed through the city Wednesdayand stock some of which, being: slightly Pillbury's Gold Medal,
g7 expected to reach Michigan In damaged la now offered at greatly Palatka Bon
tune for the funwml. reduced prices. Ouerry's. and other standard

Henry S. Wilson was one of the All the winter goods have been brands of Bread and
Incorporators and for many years a marked down to make room for
director In the Wilson. Cypress. Coin- .spring stock soon to arrive.BxMaaxaeta MILLINERY OPPORTUNITY--YIATER SALE t; Pastry Flour.
puny of this city, and at the time of!
hIs death was a large stockholder In (JoeL A break in water pipes causes me to pfTer Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies
writes my slightly damaged
that Interested concern.In cypress He was timber also lands heavily la Ed.1'I O.was Ned aOlloted, lowavllle with\ Bedgwlok sciatica. county; millinery stock at greatly reduced prices for the remainder of the !I! ever brought to Palatka, including

all parts of Florida, and was estimated / Hans., "going about on crutches and season. The style and quality are not damaged, but the price is cut = Edam Roquefort. Neufchatel. Pineapple Chtesea .
clothing to be worth from a quarter to suffering a deal of pain. I wa induced one-half Ie... Everything iu millinery at prices that will astonish ==
a, half. million dollar He was to try Boilard'a Snow Liniment, which and delight the economical buyer.
highly esteemed by the people of. relieved me. uned three 600 bottles BOTH STORES
e ..lJclI Palatka as a neighbor and oltlien it la the greatest liniment I ever used: The balance of my lovely Silk Shirtwaist Suits to closo for $10 a
A and the deepest sympathy will be have recommended it toa number 01 each. Former price $15. Come iu to This Great Bargain Sale. =
felt for lrs.Vllaor. In her bereavement persons; all express themselves as be- '
FlIrlJlabllJU Store, (log benentted by It. I' now walk with The Boston ;;;; aL,3mon Street The West EndS
out crutches able to perform a great Millinery Store
I I deal of light labor on the farm." 36o,BOo PALATKA. FLORIDA
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