The Palatka news ( January 4, 1906 )

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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:
January 4, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates:
29.647731 x -81.651259

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.

Record Information

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:
UF00075922:00053

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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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W.W1'l. $__ The Klown Sirkus. New Board Comes In. ALLAH GA ZUHDAHtLeo -

The Known Blrkun the
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f'lilatkit. Alhlntlo Association at the Next Wednesday morning. his Tlio Christmas. trend here were a
Ar"IUI'V 011 'I'ue8d..yevpnlng. proveda Oth lust.! the present board of county Wants Modest big success, every one thoroughly
:-;.. coinmlHHloiiH will moot fur tin limt Jacobson
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: {. FED rousing success. The iclowna time. Tho board will pimply. lliilsliup Sum ef Ten Thousand Dollars toyed themselves.Mr 'n', ,
DIISIDE'S were" ulll-\"o"! and doiinrved the
] t; : ( -./: ; t pnenri'H of the appreciative auillenoe.Prof. many. some unfliilHhud busliiuas and Damages Prom and l Mrs. It. C. flagln spent
\ then make wav for the neW mem- Jhrlsttnas with friends and relatives
w G. C. Fates, the and
t., ;, "M" promoter bora. The retiring member of the In Jacksonville. 4
> ... Palatka News.
h. j :; I '0; ring rooter nf the BlrkliH, la to be
"to" board Chairman L. C.
:! v" ;:. # congratulated' on the able way In present me Mrs E. H. Green gave a Christmas N
I. Canova of thla ,, and M8Hra. AI-
v t II which ho handled the dltlerent parts. city He's Been That Extent social. 011 Wednesday evening to the
ANNOuNCEMEnT len Williams and North. Mr. Join. Says Libeled to -
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The p i formimoB commenced at 8:10: young folks. Everyone enjoyed
er Is tbe Duly member of the retiring
with a Wind inmoh. Following thla by This Publication. themselves immensely and thanked ,
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....IA" f lUllt .t: board who will remain In orflce.
canto Iho Into bier., then the high Mrs Ureen for the good time,
nod.. II.VWH.1'iof I 'Ihe Incomlbu..rd! will ho comiinNpil William A. Ilusuull and M. 1\(.
Jumpers hoop
'u"' Duvlea the famous of I*. C. Stephens of I'alutka, Vickers, publishers of the PaintkaVKWH Dr. \V. A. Hrewator returned
:. : To the Public: grinder tJ'fllIY", olden country,organ then \v. O. Mlddlvrnn vl I'oniuna. B. T. were tiacli, presented on :New Thursday on the Clyde Line from a ",

,1 ,t: brought JOGO his. trained monk on Solana of Han Metro, ILT.Jalner of Year's day with a summons ad re- rip to Uoorgla. J
2 Urandln and '1'. J, of Putnam .
'" Rogers spondondmn, to appear at the next ,:

A >J.' '<;>l On February ist the large and elegant ) applause. The acting of the Hall.The ontrolnK board has been active term of In the Putnam action for Circuit libel Court Instituted to- children returned Thursday night oil t d,
answer an
; ....... spring stock which have r klowna on the horizontal tiers which for and Putnam. the Clyde Line from Jacksonville "
,., "; /x i, we purchased and followed would have done credit to linprovKintmtN, by Leo Jacobson Jewish merchant where they spent Christmas with "
t- .:"t'<< !a"which would do credit to a town of : a clicun of larger| renown.A county's progressive people nlll of this city, who claims damages elntlveg. ,
40,000 4 never fall to give to Its membuis In the .Bum of $l0)00.() 'r
between Prof. Bmldt,
": f'. ,. inhabitants, will begin to arrive and In ) owner dialogue of the famous trick mule, credit for BtnrtliiR! the hard roads It la presumed that the notion Is It Is said that the cold snap did '
t movement In this county If the Incoming taken: as. a result of the publication of not hurt the orange trees hero very
'l ". order to make room for them we will from Maud and I 1'rof. (j. C. Knt.es caused
board will but continue In muoli.Kveiyono.
the following,which appeared In this '
F.x1 small amount of laughter and 1'
: "J 4 now on through the month make a ami no"'ley.tent. the work, and extend operatlona a. paper on July 27th last, the same beIng extends to Mr. and Mrs.L. .
I f botw..en'Vlllle'Llld the county's finances warrant, It too occasioned by this paper taking:
The boxing match A. Morris their sincere sympathy .
Tommy, two smalt' boys, was will secure the plaudits of the entire cognizance of certain sensational III the loss of their sweet little baby, I
ir. : Straight Cut all Winter very well Klven. Several: other acta county. Putnam county public sentiment articles which were at that time appearing Bessie. one of the twins who diedon >1
on were accomplished during the per- other aubatantlal.will stand for hard roads and Improvements i In New Yolk and other Christmas; Eve. !She was one of r
forniRiice and each was greeted with permanent papers of the north concerning the the sweetest little babies and all who
Inure. It will stand for a alleged peonage: cases which were lad her loved her much. '
k : Goods. ap In the Bide show. Prof. Burt, the connty board that takes the Initiative then being Instituted ngulnat F. J. seen very ,
Jf trick musician, rendered hl. itmalo In such work. That la one reason O'Hara of Buffalo Uluir, in this Miss Letha. Mack and sister who i
well. Mr. Flnley Tucker as Miss whv the retiring board Is quitting county. visited her and spent Chilstmas' wither "

We mean Llta IJtewelght, proved to be an attractive olnte In such good standingwith The News at that time severely > made a trip to St. Augustine '
and ..Olllew hat cunning the people generally. criticised the character of the govern- during the week. \l

Forst Class Merchandise and not young lady' although! : she was u little ment's witnesses-the men against W. M. Williams and Miss Berth ,
timid at tlm".. Prof. !Hchiiildttu :! Stetson whom It was alleged the crime of lorrlson went to Frultland one day
r J'l'lm'eVl1In Wum Lu IM, IMT of University Football. >?nnage had been committed: during. ; the week. ,
the Fee Gee Inlands. ,waa exceedingly In this alleged libelous article of
Shoddy Shop-1Norn Goods. Kood. Mr. Ryan allowed that he Tire history'of football In Stetson the News appeared thin. language: On Christmas. Eve Mrs Ail a. Hlg.gltibnthaii -
In ,
extend. back six
some
years. united In '
of the snake "With but one or two exceptions was marriage to
the
could I well act
< part
that time she has four Statechampionship.
: won Palatka !Mr. Crawford of Lake liutler Fla.
the of
Those who have not charmer. All In all the circus was u people are Indignant
already purchased .and valuable Times.*
ti before Only relatives and a few Intimate
from stint to lliilsli and to a degree never seen ov..rthe
their winter outfit will do well to look t. grand the audience SUCCOHS was. well pleaaed. The Union Cup. In the last two aeusoni absolute untruth of these cruelty friends attended the wedding which i

klown costumes of MeHsrs Joe Merrill she has not been scored on by any charges. The exceptions tire thoseof took place at her home on Seventh l 1 r
[ =-:.."=, through our stock. Fred Mcnlll A. K. Canova O. Florida team. men who are of the same race us venue. Mr. A. O. Hlsoock performed .1
Aa la true with all athletlca at
the Immigrants making the charges, the ceremony. Mrs. Crawford will
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:N. Ullea, A. Rowllns and
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flays '
Very truly yours, Hiinkin deserve special mention. Stetson football la simply the sportof and who have. allowed themselves to 'cHlcle. In Luke Butler In the future. i
the students the fall of the
year. *
The other costunica were all well No Inducements of any kind are held 'become''o what blinded extent bypretudlce.I \ Will Allen of Crescent City, spent ;
gotten' up. out to players to enter the Unlver- Sunday here with friends. '
have been aided In
I log witnesses]
Fearnside Co.I thanks The Athletic to thono who Association took part extend In the rlty. Professionalism In athletics Is the construction of these tales Is only Miss Caroline Bryant will return l '
Clothing unknown-the scholastic standing
entertainment on Tuesday night and vague conjecture."In to !Sutherland on Thursday to resume } f
insisted on before a student can participate
for a short article on nlTalrs. at the her studies. y
also thanks the public generally'
In athletics 1 Is high.
very
their liberal patronage. Over OU per cent of the men who camp In of question last Monday, the :Nuw 'Leo-YOI'kHerald Master Clarence and Miss Adelade i
Palatka Florida. says:
e 4qtr have represented Stetson ou the gridIron nard J Jacobson a meruhant of Palat- Morris roturned Saturday via Clyde
Called to the Pastorate.Rev. Line from Jacksonville where they
In the last six years knew nothIng kilo, ...1..., says employes In the camp
William Wyllie, who has of football when they entered the ARE FORCED to buy supplies at pent Christmas with relatives. ,b

lr Ir' lr tir r Ir rr lr r tr been aerving Bt. Mark's Episcopal University. the company store and frequently Mrs. F. C. Cochran gave a New
1' 9" $ church In this city for the past several In all aporta that Involve personal I their bills exceed their wo eB. Theyare Year party lit her home on Riverfront
1 weeks, haa been unanimouslycalled contact of players, the value of the compelled to work oil their Inebtedness. to bid good-bye: to the Old Year g
.. ... --- to the pastorate and has accepted. fame depends on the spirit In which .' : amid welcome the New. Hearts and rl
The church la greatly pleaaed ills played. This cannot be governed The Leonard Jacobson mentioned I lUnch and other games were Indulged 4 '
FOR SALE $4.00 with Ita new rector and Is looking by any set of rules but depends en- I. Leo Jacobson. The News regrets III, ice cream and cake were served \\1 I
forward to a year of great accomplishment tll'elyon the player and the spirit of that he should have made such a and 1\I18s Smith: treated all to some i It.
will pay for the JACKSONVILLE under his leadership. the college they represent. The athletic careless statement. There isn't a vAry nice selections of music. Those '
-- I EVENING; ; METROPOLIS until splrltof Stetson: stands for clean, umber or turpentine firm In Putnam who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. )I.i

Improved and Unimproved LandIn 1908.) The quicker Miss Hattlo'N. fluky has lust received manly sport. Nothing that Is brutal county that FORCES:, Its men to buy J'\ C. Cochran, Miss Smith, Mrs. J. I.
January, you or unfair Is tolerated l on the football \
a large line of shirtwaists, for .upplles at company stores. But It allow, Misses Bertha Moirlson
spud( in your name the more you both winter and aprlng wear. Miss field. That the new rules against : II probably true In these camps that etlia Mack Viola and Nettle Mo- r

Both City and County. will get{ for your money. It is Uuky'a line of spring dress (roods! brutality and unfairness are necessary laborers bills frequently exceed their I Lend, Rosa. ]Holley, Carolyn Bryantand
not often you can get such n bargain will soon be In the store and the at Stet.on is borne out by the wngus.. That is true not only of some Helen Cochran; Messrs WT M. 4
-- in Address stock will excel any heretofore offered fact that not once In six seasons of wage workers but of professional Vllllams, Loddle McLeod, Dull Mo- v
a newspaper. in Palatka the county In point play bas her team been penalized for and business men In Palatka and Loud Dr. W. A.Brewster, Ervln and

Carter & Russell Publishing Co. of up-to-dateuesa and variety of pattern these offenses. Of this record, and every other part of the country. Mr. ustla, Dallow and Frederick Coehan. -
Strunz I the spirit which made It possible, Jacobson could have learned the .
Henry ,.
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Jacksonville, Florida.FOR Stetson Is Justly proud. truth by Investigation, something he
-------- --- FOR SALE:.-Two full-blooded The University authorities believe should have done before delivering The young ladies. {gave a New Years
Palatka Florida months old Will that football, under the proper environment >Ionia on New Year s day In the Oak '
RENT-Two Knrnlaheil or Jersey Heifers, 11 himself of this slap at one of the } 1
See B. J. Ken- I la a game of great.value Urove near Mr. Cochran's place I
Unfurnished rooms. Inqulia corner bn Mold at sacrifice : ending business Interests of Putnam
In Young and old were invited and attended -
Palatka. to the students that It combines .
Oak and Sixth St. 1-4-tf nerly ounty.
and had
ihyalcal mental and moral training The above Item Is the only time altogether everyone
See the White Knight Sanitary Felt Mattress and development to a marked de- Mr. Jacobson's name has been mentioned a very pleasant time Indeed. l

p P'$ hh gree. The records of the gymnasium in this publication Mlssea\ Nettle and Alice Hlscook
Pure, Clean, Healthy. directors In the larger! colleges show Last week we announced the left Sunday evening for Ijpilng:Urove w
that no branch of sport has proven unanimous verdlot of acquittal accorded where Miss Alice will teach school

I as beneficial to physical development Mr. O'llara by Jury In the the rest of the winter.It .
Go toWaSUFRY3Leading
ns football. The layman considers \United States: Court at Jacksonville 1
that mere brute force Is the only requirement the Monday before. In again is rumored that there will lio a
of a football player. Such: oil marriage In Welaka In the near m mfuture.
discussing the character of the wlt-
Is far from being the case. No dullard leases for the prosecution the News Home one Intends. to begin ri(

can become a success at the lad this to say: the New Year right.
gains Mental and physical dexterity "The laziest and lousiest of the '"

are absolutely essential to success complaining witnesses told his storyto Obituary. t
The player must master the rules New York reporter for aaenaa-

Jeweler which are very intricate and be able Innal' paper, and once the story was Rosa Neata Baker was born December 'l

to apply them Instantly. This l'ubllehed. be It to the everlasting :aist, 18111, und departed this
I him self-control under Ij
teaches the .. of Palatka there was at least life December
name :25th, 11XMJ at the age of I I ,
most trying conditions The layman one man In this town who, knowing Ifteen years and four day. :She,
k Watches of all Grades. hears. one of the players calling In milling of the affair, did Ills utmost leaves a father one brother, and .
I for rapid succession six: or eight numbersa -
to vouch for Its truth and from no three sister to mourn her loss. : ,
successful. team will have other motive than that the complainng She: was born and raised in this

CAPT. M. R. RYAN."ouse FURNISHER- ] Also a full and complete fifty or more combinations-but mental he cattle were reprobate members ommnnlty, and was beloved by all la I
has no Idea of the amount of uf his own race." who knew her.
of Brooches drill necessary to Interpret their It Is possible that Leo Jacobson smile 'i'i
PALATKA, FLORIDA line Rings, t: Just Always cheerful she had a I
meaning has to himself all and 1-
I appropriated a friendly' word for all with
------ -'- .- and laya. There Is no other game. which the above Item and'
Bracelets Lockets hat' attaches to whom she came In contact.
N, M YVYV hNY'' ] demands this quickness and accuracyof hat he claims to be the "one man In She waa an obedient daughter, a .t.1
WhWNNNNNNNDiamond .
thought.No this town who, knowing nothing of loving sister, and a faithful friend t
Chains.. student can be successful In the affair, did his utmost to vouch and one whom the entire community i
Pins Diamond Rings Ia after life unless he develops H strong for the truth [of the charges] and will mourn. i.

| moral courage: In his college daya.football from no other motive than that the Perhaps her life can best be summed .
All Watch Work Guaranteed. la.a. great: help to develop( I
complaining: cattle were reprobate up In the words of our Savior: ,
I thla side oft( his. character. Brutal members of his own race." "bhe hnth done what she could." I

Diamond Mounted Watches"' | courage football Held.is never The adequate game under on the the ably He ran knows do as as ho well pleases as, and any prob-one -By a Ulrl Friend.

proper environment calls. for something whether not the coat flu..
| Gold and Gold Filled Watches 9' higher. The player must learn Hut the or News does say this, and Gen. Lee's Anniversary.The t i
to master his temper no matter how
it the proper rime will prove, that Board of Publlo Instruction of yfl; t
trying the conditions. He borne Jacobson BID HEPEATKDJLYAND
Leo that
Putnam
as
county requests
Pins -- obedience to the will of others-his PUBLICLY CHAKUE '1HATV. of the schools of the .'
| Rings Signet conch and He learns self- many public .j
captain.
Signet J. O'HAIIA WAS UUIL.TY OF county as can conveniently do so '.
denial, for the training rules are .
BOTH PEON AO..1 AND EXTREME
will observe the hundredth anniversary -
one
Signet Puts/ Sets. I very strict and lastly he learns to CRUELTY, statementsthat of the birth of General I
I make light of the little ache. and ,
on the
life. are common property Robert E. Lee January 19th 1U07.\ )
pains of streets of Palatka.If This noble character of Southern i
1 A Large. Assortment of Holiday In spite of the attacks of sensational Leo Jacobson has been damagedhe birth Is very worthy of our highest) .

newspapers and people who has no one to blame but his own and most careful consideration. : ,
1 Goods. Call and inspect. know nothing of Its merits, footballhas overzealous tongue, a member which Therefore teachers will arrange to ."I
; : grown: to be the representative spat venom and righteous Indignation celebrate this event by appropriate ,
nrt.:nJ'I'- college game and la. strongly en- at Mr. O'Haia whenever opportunity exercises which will be best suited I
g SMITH The Jeweler | dorsed by everyone who knows Its otfered-up to the time when as n. recognition of the worth and I
true value as a part of college life. the News tendered Its called for ad- sacrifice of this Christian gentleman,
At Stetson football In. firmly eatab- monition and .
$3.50 prote.t.New scholar, soldier and hero. J
P llshed as a part of the college: life Satur-
Fla. January 10th comes on
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% unanimous of I\
Palatka, and It la the opinion Plaining Mill. day. we would suggest that this I i
the men who have played under her celebration take place. on Friday, ')',*
1 SilverlBrushes; 1 4 00 colors that the !game. will prove of The Maull Manufacturing. company January 18th. Respectfully, ,/A'l

lasting benefit to them.Lltchdeld of this city has gone: extensivelyInto I,. TUCKER, Superlntend..nt.ChristmM T *{
| Silver Novelties' and MirrorsWNmHNmNNMWHWM =| Colton' planning mill work and with
'E Coach for Stetson. Football Team. new and modern machinery the

company Is now turning out all A Wedding.
mM kinds. of mouldings and dressed
East Coast R'y Raises Wages.The lumber Miss Laura Josephine Rogero and
united III
!Mr Harry Potter were
The will also be In position
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..._ company
-- Rev Father P. Barry at
Florida East Coast Railway marriage by
the coming season to supply a
Lock and Gunsmith H. L. Ernest Company through its. vice presidentand very considerable quantity of Its the home of Mrs. Josephine Speck:: ,
I general manager, Mr. J. K. Par- patent orange box hoops, made the bride's sister, \>n Christinas eve,
In the of relatives and a
rott Wednesday of this weekauthorized These presence
from materially -
Dealer Innloyolell Jeweler and B- R. Watch ln.p etor. an advance lu wages of cypress.to the neatness of pan orange few Intimate friends.

to the 1st of January I will seven per cent., the Increase being box and a neat package Is always an The bride la a young lady. well and
ana Sewing Machine, Up and a applicable to all employes of record asset to tbs shipper. The company favorably known In Palatka where
discount
sell at 10 per cent on January let, 1907.From \ IH also making vegetable crates and she grew to womanhood. She Is the
Sewing Machine Neediestand a further 2 per cent on all purchases WOMAN OF TASTE when she buys all the News can learn there other material for the shipment of .'youngest daughter of the late M. H.'Rogero. xi,
pollen. over $25.00. THE has always existed between this railroad Florida produce. Mr. Potter holds a position 4
must have Quality, ought to have with the Merrill-Stevens Knglneerlng : -
consists of IIi h- and Its employee the most satisfactory I
Bicycle Sundries Etc. The stock and to have Economy. And she relations. a condition which i I company In Jacksonville-In -
Sterling Silver Style, prefers BBV. CABLISLB P. B. MARTIN, LL. D. <
grade Goods such as will be still further oemented by this which city the bride and groom will
E. O. EARLS Tableware, Watches, King* gets all three when she buys "Queen Quality"Shoes. voluntary advance wages. Of Waverly Texas writes t "Of a morn In future reside. Mr. Potter was

set with DIAMONDS and OPALS, When the "Queen Quality" sales sur- The Florida East Coast Railway faa log when first arising, I often find a formerly for a year connected with
Handy railroad In which the entire south troublesome collection of phlegm which the falatkn. Gas Light & Fuel Co.)
117 Lumen St. Pnlntka. Tl-i. Scarf, Pins, Lace Pine, Gents' pass those of all other women's shoes in the feels a pride. Its road-bed Is of the produces a cough and la Tery hard to Mr. and Mrs. Potter left for Jack ;,

pins in !gold and gold filled, world, there must be a reason for it. See our best and Its train service and equipment dislodge; but small quantity of Bal tonvllle on Christmas morning.
and Ladies' Fobs, the prettiest ou nil that could be asked It.manRl'ement lard's Horehound Syrup will at once ills
tho market and hundreds of other window display of these famous shoes then let Is also the most liberalIf lodge It, and the trouble Is over I Big Diamond Sale. ti
Education Mail with pair. In all all the railroads In the know of medicine that la to It
by things too numerous to mention.rinaae us prove this claim just one countrywere no equal On Tuesday of this week, W. B.
managed In the same excellent and It Is so pleasant to take. loan
IfIsaw com..r.mMrmrtNNaned.raoa give me d call and convince styles shapes and leathers $3 00-33.50-$ .oa manner and with the same consider most cordially recommend It to all persons Fry the jeweler of this city aold two

U.I IoW.nt:'_,,=::;: .wdreu.ogmonewL : ;;;: .::;.Umn., yourself.H. atlon for the rlgbU of the public the needing a medicine for throat or diamond rings, the price for the two
I.i"'u,., 1'.ruden.r' tlu'WUnM[;. .. nl...,,,., CUOOtf Sole people! of this country would have nn lung trouble." Sold by Aokerman-Stew being |700.\ The larger of the two
Icon.ea. ......, ?T.....ar ? la'h.Chamberlain's JlerrydayKlork. HERBERT | Agent. rlnirs, which sold for $000, wa a
'&:-.: :r't":::.:: L, ERNEST, and ground. I the of"antl-corporatloiilst"complaint against railroad polltl art Drug Co.Chamberlain's. brilliant gem of 2'4 aud one-.lx- 1.
teenth carets. This Is one of the
clan. would have difficult sledding
Bon Cough Remedy biggest sales of diamonds made 10.I'al..tka
and Bon Indeed.
ChocoUta
naniio.';:: .a may.hem \ EOa Lowney's pound at Uuerry's. Cum Calif. Croup med Whooping Canes In some time .

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THE PALATKA NEWS! State Teachers' Association 17r. Origin 01 Florida Troops. -

(Contributed.) Gen. Robert W. Davis recently eir1
Entered at the Palatka A Gallego's
postofllcaas No place In the whole State of elected commanding general of the
mallabla matter of the second i Florida could have been chosen for aeachers' Third Florida brigade, U (J. V.

: class. I t association more appropriate bears the distinction of being the

PabllslieU at Pal atka. Fla., 011Friday. and enjoyable than St. AnErustlne father of the Florida state militia (Original -

H by that quaint old city with its h having taken the Initial step In this A pnrfy of American nnny officers 4

.; historic associations. The eight/ hundred direction something\ like twenty- ordered to Cuba when ibm .'United tMf' / 5'1
RUSSELL d> VICKERS. teachers who assembled thereon three years ago./ This fact developed States Intervened In Cnbnn affairs

the 87th !28th 211th and 80th of during a conversation betweenGen. -
wore sitting In an air cnfe when ] .; el
open ;
Vim. A. RUSSELL.! Editor December fully enjoyed ever momentof Davis Cupt. Cromwell Gibbons ; -
the time. and a Times man the funeral of a punaunt weut by. A
About twenty-three Cuban told thu officers that the como *
The association yenra age
opened Thursday '
ONLY A BUGABOO."The evening at 8 o'clock with appropriate when Ueu. Davis was a resident of was hired and would doubtless be used 0 tIll

Race QuoHllou and Southern ceremonies namely, an address of Green Cove ,Springs, the work of ovor and over again, the corpse being
I
Symposium," Is the numo of a new welcome from mayor of city and W.IS. constructing the Jacksonville, Tampa burled without covering nhereupon l TI1

M. Pinkham, county miporlntend- and Key West railway brought a Portuguese" remarked tlmt'o similar ,*/ :: ; : -- '
monthly ninrai'iu| Just Issued from ent of public Instruction of St. Johns many negroes to that place, and custom prevailed In his native country.Ho ,
.' Atlanta. Its name lay bare Us these often terrorized the of S.
purpose. county, and an annual address by people -
wont on to explain that In Lisbon >
When the Initial number President A. !M.I). Kussell editor of tho town. As a result Gen. Davis. ; %
the como is substantially nmde COVOl'ed -
went to Tallahassee and secured,
the Brooksvllla Argus. ,
came Into our haudi tho Impulse wns from the' with, red leather nnd. studded wltb '
Friday a. m.,-High Schools, their governor a large 8upplyofI1IUslcetl.
to caat it aside on the theory that course of study course In :English: which he took to Green a profusion, of brass" un lis. The lid bas : % A

there was no longer any race "ques their provision for accommndntlon Cove Springs and placed' In the binges so that it may be opened nud 4 ,

tion;" that this "question" was settled and Instruction of country children, i hands of citizens. shut like a truuk. When a funeral procession .5
were fully discussed with much profit Then and there the Clay County _
the
forever and a day In the southland reaches tho grave nt Pra- -=
Guards according
and
were organized -
to those .
when our people threw oil that On Friday present afternoon the teachers I to Cot Davis' it was one of the cores cemetery the undertaker's men \

mongrel admixture of malice and were given a recess to attend an queerest aggregations he had ever lift the coffln lid, take out the corpse

menace known as carpet-baglmii and oyster roust given at South Hi-ach, had anything to do with. The company and lower It The empty colllii remalus

j la honor of the association. All arrangements was composed of boys and men where It Is till n OalleRO a native of
domination which held
:. negro swayin had b"enll1llde to furnish langlngln age from fourteen to sev Qalllcln, in Spain, comes and take it

: these states throughout the dark oysters coffee .and cookies; tables (,lIt '-live. There were big men, little away. With tills preface the Portuguese -

days of our attempted "reconstruc being erected near the lighthouse t men fat men lean men,* homely told< the follo\vluir story: of tobacco with..,
men and, in fact variety of the This bought a supply
tion" along lines of northern prejudice which was visited by the teachers every One rainy afternoon the guard at tile man
human male biped that can be conjured -
and with the wireless station
by pHrtUan: plunderers. among the chief attractions being was j up In the most fertile Imagina gate of the Prazeres cemetery who bail himself with the distinctive taste

But it was just possible we might enjoyed by the seven or eight hun- lion. paid more attention to keeping from out acquainting

be mistaken so we read the book with dred pedagogues with aa much gust With the array of muskets from getting wet than attending to his duties which has the cheering

: the result tIat It failed to shatter our as a school boy enjoys a holiday 'Tallahassee, however, the company, glanced up the road and saw a of SCHNAPPS Tobacco,

talk ; all returned with fresh Interestto which wns afterward permanently suspicious box lying on the s uiid on

judgment.This heai. organized/ succeeded In scaring the one side of the road\ clone under a qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at

fl supposed "race question" In Supt. Holloway Prof. Claxton and negroes to such an extent that they wall. The twin !Inn driven every one

Imply a northern bugaboo Invented! Dr. Sparks who had for their subject became quiet and no more rowdyism
Inside and there not in
was a person tobacco.
the and than
j *, respectively The Improved frightened women chlldienof less cheap
for the purpose of /goading southern sight. Doubtless smugglers bad been expense
Condition of Floilda Heliools, Education the pretty little metropolis of
whites to anger and intemperate In the Various Stages/ and Clay county. carrying the box and.having been surprised -

speech of resentment. It has no real Conditions of Life and Making an At it later date Gen. Davis took his or frightened, had dropped It in this Some day they'll get; a taste of the real
advertised
to fair at Jacksonville SCHNAPPS has been
existence. Generally speaking I American Citizen. company it big and run away.

white and blacks of the south live Miss Hofer, of the Columbia University a feature of which was a military Now. the guard was a dapper little paper so that every chewer has had an Schnappstbey'UrealLzewhatenjoymentopportunity

side by side in peace and the more intelligent gave splendid' points onklndurgarten.and were drill to contest in which tor three a "ompanlelJ'l i' fellow who was dying to enact some to get acquainted with the they've missed by not getting; ; SCHNAPPS

Miss! Lillian liurke The Jacksonville piece of bravery so he drew Ills sword facts and know that drugs are not used 'U feel like kicking
/ of both races ask only that delighted her audience with her companies at the long ago-then they
they be let alone. dimming rendition of "Graveyard time were the Jacksonville Light Infantry and walked slowly up the road toward toprducethe cheering quality found in

Uhost." and the Metropolitan Light the box. Every now and again lie the famous Piedmont country flue-cured themselves.

The nefrro Is recognized as a free /Saturday, morning ]>r. Claxton, of Infantry. In order to make the would pause and look about him, as If tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS is what he In 5
Is sold everywhere
man and us such is accorded every the University of Tennessee, gave a third company his was forced to go- expecting to see some person or persons Still there chewers SCHNAPPS

right guaranteed by the constitution masterful adciresa upon literature in ing. Before the-content a dispute emerge from biding places to resume ought to chew. are cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be

nod laws. Yea, more; lie Is. given public schools and Dr. (Sparks of the arose between the Jacksonville companies their burden. But nothing stirred who accept other and cheaper tobaccos

equal Industrial oppoitimlty. Xot Chlc'iKO University charmed his one of which withdrew from, except the branches of the trees with that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get the genuine.
the This made It certain
race. that
audience with his lecture on Robert
only Is. no door of opportunity closed l Man'Is the unknown pntilot of Hevo- 1 the Clay. Guards would win the sec the wind. and nothing was heard except

; to him but he is urged to enter any lullonary War.Saturday ,. ond prize, and Gen. Davis, upon being the patter of the rain. The day --'- .-
was dark and since It was late In the
culled marched his red shlrted
or all of them and work out his own / afternoon visitors were
,I received by II. M. Flngler and lady baud out before UXX) > people and gave afternoon a gloom was beginning/ to '- -

advancement the same as white at Ponce da Leon Hotel. tinkles) them the command to break ranks. settle over everything. There lay tbe jWjDaunun:>i 1'11I111I1111111I11I' nns!]nun>m]IIF'Delicious '

:, men are obliged to do. lie can be were furnished to show visitors all lie then called for the second cuuh I box oblong In shape five or six: feet .. III( Start the Year

banker, physician, lawyer, merchant the beauties or this spacious build- prize but It was not forthcoming.Feliowlng In length two possibly In breadth and

mechanic or laborer just as he Ing, and all will long remember the this contest. Gen. Davis height. From his smuggling theory lie M

chooses. hearty handshakes. given by Mr. and held a conference with several other began to have fears from the box It
prominent' I: Florldlans, resulting In Right.
Mrs. 1"lm.gier.tlmutur&iay = Bon Bons J S
self. It might be on Infernal machine,
lie stands Imluatilally! on lilx, evening I the entertainment the first law necessary for organizing '

,' merits In all tarts of the south and wax tho name high order of the state militia being' placed on the but lie rather dreaded something supernatural If andChocolates 'W I
lectures. Dr. Sparker and Dr. Clax statute hooka. No state of Florid la's t than mechanical. Your New Year's resolutions
110 people on earth' could more -
gen population boast of better oldl..y lie advanced another dozen 5 t''
ton still holding their own In the ran yards 4
orally rejoice In his advancementor today. bent forward and J will do harm
esteem of their audience peered through the S f you more
feel keener sorrow over mlsfoi1 The association adjourned ,Sunday, Cupt. (Gibbons who Is now the t deepening gloom at the object whichso i All Home-Mads Candies g

/ tunes. that come upon him through/ evening' after a sermon by Dr. commander the Jacksonville LlnrhtIn I profoundly Interested luau: lIe saw i T than good unless you live up

no fault of his. own. Andrew University" ShedJ.returning president of their Florida respective would fun try, In, May Muted, hold that a celebration his company In!' that the box was oblong covered with Something new added to them. .
/
The Almighty placed a ban upon homes benelltted and refreshed honor of their anniversary and Oen. ''I red leather and studded with brass every day.L.A.SMITII. k) J One of the easiest things
nails. It was a coffin But this did not =
: tho social mingling/ the races I with fresh unthuslHsm and Davis and his entire command will]

when He placed upon them distinguishing zeal for the :New Year. be invited to visit Jacksonville In t conflict with Lr, theory. More than I ) : c in the world to "live up to" is
honor of the occasion. 'l'he Jacksonville one smuggler! had carried dutiable S I -S

: physical marks. The honest I Light Infantry was organised goods la o the cemetery In a coffin and : = Lei'mmmmon: St.. Palatka.tiEJJIr.Jsi ; : t1 a Duck's steel range. Start

negro recognizes this fact as fully aa Mr. Smith Denies Damage. In 1 i8tt!! IJ) timid participated with credit hidden Liom; there till lie could get'' .b\\ ,

m: does his white neighbor and Is content Editor PALATKA NEWS. in both civil and (Spanish-American them away. The officer advanced a ) : : 1IIItl!E9L! LLI: IZVUJ'IF' .:IILI t.c the year right with a range
-----
or would be if not spoiled by Sir:-In my opinion your. little wars.-Tampa Times. few step., when lie again united, terror Master's Sale. 'S \ that will save fuel, bake ideally -

those who seek not his good. squib about the late cold spoil and stricken Time lid of the coffin was I/fr:
AND BY
If It wore not for the existence of ,iexults thereof U about the silliest That "Rotten" Railway Service i opened from "within and a corpse look- UVOKH: lo. r nnd VIRTUKof:imlu rt'iuli'it'd utlucieof i In tin I $$1 cJ/ S'iS and last a lifetime. Wecan't

rot I have seen In print for years ed out Circuit Court off I.. Kltfhth utlluliil Circuit, t ;
certain northern Editor Palatka :News i to tell here of
"philanthropists" The Idea of the fruit not hurt : of thtt BtHtwof Florida, for Putnam. Oount\, begin you
who "vainly wish" the being We crackers voted for and suppoi.ted Here was something sword thrust by' tile, Jlonoruble JUM. T.V tllH, Judge, of
; Almightyhad at Crescent City, while at Halauma, In the last believing could Htild. Uourt,tliitud tho loth' duv uf lHi umber, the merits of this stove-it
you campaign injure The guard turned and A. D. h.o t, wli,* ,
: been more wise there would ba Pomona, Como and Hunting-ton II < raln H Cluy Klnu In cum-
all frozen. 1 : / that, you would fearlessly defend. I took to his heels, never stopping till lie ...... nnd Murle Ouirllu Thmnatt. (Villi* be
was have lived here for E.I. must to be
no pretext for the agitation of this BO the rights. and Interests of the common had reached Vile! R. lUiymoml Price, Vnlfry' I) seen appreciat
called \23 years and have frequently been to I the cemetery. There he Thoiimn, WINhniiVlhuinuH. i, .(MrivO TlioninxittKl ;: A1
I "ruce question. Crescent City alter fre"zeB.ltntl have people and I have been requested called to his comrades to go with him Laimiutt A. Tholl., ... ...r..r.'I..Io.. ed. Let us show it to you to-
We have sonic white men In the always found they had suffered as by several who have been abusedto to see a that for I vtlll null ut. uuh.lunutiioii. for,.".10. to tlie
call attention corpse same reason hlKliHut and. bout blddci, '
your to what nt tho fi rmt door uf that
we day-so begin
south with hearts and minds bluck- much If not moie than we here at consider an outrage upon the people: having been abandoned instead of tak- Hit* Ouuit itotmt' In :Puititkti: Klui. -Idii, HiHald you may
ened by sin who derive Pomona. en In and Countv of Putniitit, uu, tliu: Irnt Mon :
and l I the
pleasure of tills decently burled hail
\ out' smartness will uminty who are obliged to I openedIts day 'lit tehrimry.A. l>.II.'T.' the Minim bt'tntf,, new year right.
; profit In debauching the negro. And I surely get you I travel over the A. C. L Ry. coffin the' .rf.Y..W9..,:Id n.tmtti, during thu ,
down and :
eat you up one of these t .' .I on tliut Uiiy ull t uf tin:
,
On
have I Monday the 24th of us I The men, not realizing\ that powder
we black fiends incarnate bright! days.. many foiUmliiK du.rrlbed. limd, Nltimitj In. thu (Mtv i'
But we have not been discussing For your benefit would say not had /gone to Palatka to do our hull and ball are not Ineffective In such of Pallium. County of I'utnuni., stint. uf I
day trading and spend what little Kloikla' u portion of Blork" Nuiiitwr Hlx- KennerlyHardware
;
I
seized
cases their carbines
and :\
either of these fosters on the body over 20 per cent of the fruit remainIng cash wo had left after marched tetm, 4 tIll i H* show n upon tin* num"' of tlivOltvof
here I Is paving excess out of the gates tbelr doughty commander Pnlntkti, Putnam Jountv Floildu! nndniorw
politic. Were it not for their exis hurt.Youra&c. lee freight\ rates over t le"lIl1e. With
I
uurtU'uliirly tlencrlbcd tha
tin bi-lim omi
tence the whites and blacks of the our packages and bundles we hurried leading the way. But be Lad Went lint, ) of Klrwt,: Btrtwt, :nt: a point: MhluliiiinrlcM 1
C.: Lee Smith. no soonor come to thin .. Co.We
to the Palatka depot to take the t.ln, t a view up the road Northunatooinur uf hind con ..
southland would live together Bide Pomona Deo 81, 1KII.In !( home. After puichaslng. tickets I I[ than he saw the corpse advancing with (ed lend to tiittod M.ti.10 Juno A. r"ih.l Ly Him Cook,. find(jiir.uttH.ituiordoU! ,:, 'bv In

by side in perfect harmony of understanding its article on the freeze of Iat.1 t i asked the ticket agent If the train his coffin on his shoulder. Turning the ri'rordu of Putnam, County, lorltlu.' In

as to their relations. week the NEWS" stated that: "At i going south was on time. His answer his face blanched his eyes starting Book No. 1W, Pane mills, running: tlittnco, ; Nortlit'ily -*
alontf the Ccat Him, of .
Flint atrt-ut
Hatsuiim .
But If this. senseless agitation ii aki.pt Heights reports cntne to WIIS, 'ee. on time"; that It I from tbelr sockets La terror, he ran fortyHlx nnd oim-tmlf, UtW* ) fi>*>t, tliuncq, '
I this ethics of great" dainnge to the I would be here at 4:15.: There were I straight through the ranks Panic Is WvNttnlvoii; : a Hue. puiitlltd to Hi>ld I out.et. have jimt placed In Block a complete U. LeeRs Bailey, J. WALTIIII, H'M'AI>
up no man can presume to tell]I ; the to u poln tim, Kant lint line ofCrockery ,
oranges on trees from freezing at lest \26 ladles and children and i 0" of wtiuet or n ioy 1..ldunt ttocy Tr.
what will easily commuulcnted, and the men. which the mild HrNt jiiirty to lm .
result. Better drop It. At Pomona Como and Huntlngtnn IIKUH >
/ neaily I a hundred white
there was also great lemmings, thougt I many ""I'roesather..d/ In men and and about ns I I seeing their commander's night and a oui-iiiHl tint:, throiiHh;through: to mid RviU. Nt iduvk,. theniM, running, Houtlieily from I The G. Loper Bailey Co

"Hlr Mortimer at all these places the bulk of the, the waiting/ room. Many(. of the men, tall spectral looking/ creature coming along tho .KttHt mine of ...1.1 utiuut or nllfV ,
Henry Durand, had been toward them tearing bus forty-Mix nnd onn,, >linlfiti1( I foot to Northut -
crop shipped' prior to the both white and black had been / coffin broke ; :
British. Ambassador Washington, 'cold. At Crescent City the I and ran as fast >ntcoriiurof lot of mild I.l/.xln, A. Fry, and the lot embrnccn, Rome of the Fire Insurance:
their
proper drinking. There was n stove In the I as 1 legs/ would t miii's Ku: "tt'rlv idoiitf Fry's North line to
recently recalled, sailed for :England : loss n us not severe, probably owing/ room and n coal fire. The) in.on gathered carry them. Wont Unu of Flrnl "..t the pluuu of bugln- prettiest pieces ever shown

Sunday morning. Sir Henneryit to the place being between large/ I about thestove, for it wns a cold I Rushing Into the jcemetery, they soon III mmii Ic.N.oAriuovN.lpuuiimt In Palutkn. Would like Leading American and Foreign
bodies of water. From nil that could I day and the ladies I to show thorn to you.
one of those stilf-llpped and children had I collected the men employed there and Mast,,'.
upper- be learned, IrJlNlty: 14T1UNNtJoiiipiuiinlmt's IMces. rensonnble.
on Thursday afternoon I to stand buck. The smoke from cigars told Companies
crust British personages, doutcim er.. there had been but little damage to I pipes and cigarettes filled the them that a deserted corpse was Hollc'ltor. Then we
I
J."ry litt. ruse.Cabbage.
know that could have been frigid I fruit at this place." room and many of the ladles had to coming/ to bury Itself. All gathered ata haveFurniture

with propriety In "old Hengland/ ,"" For the benefit of Mr. C. Lee Smith]I leave the room because of bad altauth convenient distance from the gate to and House Accident Insurance:
the NEWS will state that Its Information stitnd nut; in the cold. watch the specter's entrance and sea and Lettuce
but his didn't do his
: frigidity
country concerning/ Pomona CHIMB from Now Mr. Editor, there U one tiling/I how lie would dig lute own grave and Furnishing Goods The Travelers] of Hartford
any good nor Hennery either, two large property holders of that I we crackers don't like to by what
see, and I supernatural means he would Plants For Sale! at
when transplanted to this climate. place. They told the editor of this I that Is ladles and children forced get the earth over him. But when the prices remarrt.ibly low. Call and Life Insurance:
inspect them.
that
pnper the oranges at Pomona either to suffocate, from tobacco
had, been fro/en. If this la not the I smoke or stand out In the cold wind I corpse reached the gate be set his cot- Cabbage plants, $:too per 1.000. R. S. MOONEY.Special

That the Assistant Attorney Uen- case it Is their mistake and not ours like It was on the afternoon of the I fin on the ground on one end under a Lettuce plants $1.00 ]per 1.000. The Old Reliable "Germania

arid 1 of the United States, Chas. 8.Kussell The NEws trusts that it Is not true 24th for three hours. covering and looked up at those watchIng. Beets and Celery plants ,

should disappointment and that as Mr. Smith says "no Another thing! We think that t / There was something more human Terms cash with order.in soaaon. Commissioner's Sale. Life" of New York
over :SO per cent. of the fruit remainIn when the In bis
ticket agent Is asked In appearance than bad
at his failure to regard appeared -
convict F. J. O'Haitt
here Is hurt." riauta paoktd in pUHHUANT to nil onl,'r 'mind duL-ran,
fr .
nioss.Montrose : o(
to the arrival of trains( he should I to the officer under the Influence ".... Di'runilxtr
,
llltb. los
'
of thu crime of is not From /Satsunnt Heights IHT tile Marine Insurance:
peonage to Hunt tell the truth If he knows It. x>f his Imagination and be Hon.J.'r.WIII..JUlIIIuofth., blrt-ult. Oourt.
strange. And yet his failure reflected I Ington', along the Hue of the railway, The agent was asked by at least a emboldened to / was Farm MV,11: /: ' the leaves the advance a few steps OHANOKKV, In tint nmtt.tr of lie. The
on great majority ol: dozen I'uUllim
If the Leadimg
men train CompaniesAll
discredit
no his abilities wns on time
upon an a and call out: olll..n"II"; 1). lIoud"1I| | IK Ailnilnlatnitru.,
orange trees are all curled tip with:I and his reply was every time, "yes of time K.tl, ,. utl.'linil.. r..110"1.. ilvfunW.,
lawyer-If he has any. He was simply frost bite the "Wlio are '" Falatka \Florida! oil .. .. ,
exceptions being the The train was due to leave at 4:15: you v ttr MitKgiH Molimy el nlB..iur..nd.
lacking In convicting evidence. gloves of Miss Carrie Warner Carter: At Iin.i! I, with others went to the "A Qallego. MTinfi the matter with 10-5.tr ttlltH tutu. ,for to tlio sill I, tllU lOllOWllIK' lllllllH Of ...111 MH' Claims Promptly

But that he should /get mad to the and or the grounds of the Avenue I window and asked the ngent It ha I you people I hvlr,,.etc.,etthtmoj:purimiui, tlipifto.of,illmrllmllon I I" will, oil aiimnif,,-,

point I of insistence upon u rehashing House at Como. One man, however could toll I us when thus tram going/ "Did you come out of that coffin?"" Thousands HaTe Kidney i.ul.llo name I tl> th,, lilHhviit' unit. iw.t, lsilhm', |a Settled
who ruin !] fur nub, In front,
liiflliv Rams twn rnllaa n..t I south would nriltrA. tin al of the fiont! door of (tie
-' '- nnianr< ** I "
01 inu mime iimueijunce testimony Inn \) from C'omo told the ; "Yes. h\'"'"' "oimii.ln Pnlnlkn, 1'iitimni' Uniintv. Offlon, 18 Front St. PitATKA FDA
writer Mon- : ,
on thl\tlt arrive ; : :
would at 5*( ) Arid I "What Trouble! and Never Suspect iL KlorlilH., ,, MONDAY THh: \ Kouitllf
attempt to convict Mr. U'Hara for day December Both. that he loot 1,600 that WitS all we could get out of him. were you doing inside of It?! HAY of II'IUnUAUY.II"T.! iiu,'liz tho "

the same crime on another Indict- boxen. of tangerines by the freeze. Tim train came along about 7 o'clock. "I was carrying/ it to the shop aftera How To Plod Oat. h..u. i>r unlit,tliu .01l..wlnojl'e..I..llltA .|"u.

ment The lowest recorded temperature at Now Mr Editor whore Is funeral, and the rain came on. I'ma Fill a bottle or common glass with your ate In I'lItllnlll,, ,County, I'I..rhh.wlt''
only /goes to show his imfltnoan. our "A ii uf tli 'ortllhl triiia, lot or European -
Crescent City during the night and railroad coinmlBHlon ? Can't they victim of lung trouble and feorloll'to water and let It stand twenty.four hours; InmluimcrllHMlii. Ixulimhmnl' thtttmiuir nnrrel, of of' Restaurant
as a public prosecutor. He Is using morning Wednesday and Thurs sediment HII link: ITCH ,nmrkml'X':::, i :: ...
lo anyth Ing to stop I these abuses I get war, I set the coffin down a or set- miimUiiK, In I in, ?
his olllce for the of day the 2 27th de Flint:
purposes persecution was 81J. 1C; Is an and If tiinginducatesanunhealthy
outrage, nothing else the lid and houii l
got in. < of tile ,
Hearing '
and such Is not the art of the grees. The 'leaves of the trees show ; can be done don't.you disappoint us I approach someone con hunk:, :of: lliu;. $t..lohimRlMir.wn.mii l.i.r.l.'rliig: on'l.otMKVI tlm; Hunt:i'!X Hot Baths

lawyer but of the no effects of cold. At //Il\tsumal eltlier In your paper or at Tiillalmfioe. stealthily, I thought a dition of the kid- (JT), In Hm-lloii b-i; VK i!tfti. I-lawnHhln), and Cold
"shyster"In \
trick was to be h umhh,14ihiI.) of !;
I I Heights the temperature fell during You /get after them. "Cu! H" If r played on me-that I nays; if it stains 1 1<:...1.110., .i HnnKMTWKNTY-HfcVRNIdiri' At
r""UIII" thitiifii .
gust !
thnt night to 11)) degrees. It also fell necessary and we crackers will do I would be locked In. So I Just lifted tbe your linen it is tnrc |),Uulln, >! riliinlnii' Noitll' from until, K.It W.I,,
an article In this I to ID degrees In Palatka, and as far your lighting./ Id to see. I didn't understand what evidence of kid- I JoliiiHon'MNortliMoHt:: :: uornitr. tluttun: North i iI
published &
lest week concerning the O'Hara paper i south went to us\20!Bartow degrees.and Fort Meade. It J. L. lit:mii'rn.: you fellows were running away from ney frequent trouble desireto : too til Hlonuaulil I *':I'lmlu, I tncontt'rnf HUH rim civ,,a itiul'VHrtiOn Kirty dlu-h it ii",mlm-el-':wilil;:' James Varnes,
for
me and '
came to find out" (lltyli rnnnliiK Kimtiuul: it'e t oil r.n.. Vlmeto
peonage' case there was severe reflection The I>AI.A'I'IA NRWH desires above Tbe officer looked pus it orpam ..",, I'ollr,, lU".1;.I..n.u Willit ..1..1.("I'"I"rol Palatka Fla.
sheepishly at ..
upon the character of the all elftu to /give the news. as it In. and ltIOA..O..A UM Drug tore, his in the back It .ll d Dcii tint Ht Jolum Klvvrt tbollc.
IT at any time it Is led into error of.tat..m8nt Time greatest drug tore In the world men, and the men looked sheepishly at also convincing proof that the kidney Houtmrlv' ,long .hank or...hi river to uiioliit, Order For 1'nblicutlou.In -
witnesses who "r '
prosecuting were mentioned the officer. .cty \o. iNk tlim.'s
Then they followed him .ro".I' I. ;
it is and bladder out of order.
are
always glad to make ,
will be found circuit -
In the
of circuit Jwllulnl
one the most backward contiilnliiit FuilTY Court Elirlitli
as being reprobate Russian the proper correction In this case. bock to tile gate. and the officer took Wbat To Do. I 't.inure' l hem,.W' Putnam: County Florida., *I" Ohm.,,-
Jews. Our attention has since been however, we have only the words. of countries of the world. It ec: the Qallego to on Inn, leaving the coffin There Is comfort in the knowledge IU JAltOLI! I". MEIIHYPAY..
C. Lee !Smith that error ruin b late Iu Moscow and 1* over two ceafllrln often expressed that Dr. Kilmer' hd. it. tYOihIimiI.smommir' l e.'y.lt"b. N. Jones.va .
aii under the IIASICFLf
called to the fact that certain care of bIB and ,
worthy committed, and until his. statements;: ; rtlrt---.- -ItA- tlfta...0_ 0 la_ 4tlM__ n._... .XTII.t.lr".V'''_. men. ordered Swamn-Rool.- ------ _n_ the trroat___ 1.t.ln__,..__,v '.-"-.'_.1 UJ._ C'ouiwul' for I'utltloiuir, I ilmil for
Jewish something hot to ward off tbe J. P. 'nnuiilln-
residents (
of this section have fulfil 'wiah'imu "
every rheumatism 'Vil. COIII"y.
are vouched for pharmacy and since 1833 curing
by reliable persons It bas) been "himLII.'l. .. u loll or
construed our language/ ns a reflection the Nnwn. content to let Its origina' In the rurally of the present proprietor. pain in the back, kidney, liver, bladder hum (r Tax Ui'.l.

on the Jewish religion. TheN statement stand\. Fact may be It I Is 0 building of I Imposing dimensions was comfortable." sold the poor and, every part of the urinary passage Iht'l'lrl Sale.Bv Iencock. Hunt A West (omp'Y.I Kto.
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silly but they are also stubborn. Oallego "till you made me think I It corrects inability to bold water, v'rtllo' liii ICxnuutlon luuwl .Uo..pr'.lo.eto,
: ICW8 wishes to disclaim any such with many departments Including and ildinjr In it tiBOIriMlll I'ourt of (Uiival out of by amili 'll npixiniliHl to Inu
would be locked Had let pain passing or bail i iloti'Ilty. Plerliln' bM :: :
up. me
S you In fnvor of : ,: I Ito above edit ed cuuiw tint
'Purpose. The word "Jew" used one of professional education for effects following of JoM'pli y.upr, unuiir Hfownlil fl\.rll"tl
was use
liquor wine um
iMPEUVKCr: DlORHTIOX.( the staff alone I would have been dry enough." beer and or John: :, ;liMinafelilt.: pin iiii'iK,.I.).vl', z?,I A J.: P. I' Uompnny, u Oorporntlimiindor 1: : :
simply to designate the racn of people nbluh number 700 persons. ntJTH TWTSS. overcomes that unpleasant necessity Joinpnny, v.. Joint it Morton; 1 line ,huviei' tlm ,lawn of Lieu Menu or onorMl". ami

to whloh these wltneasea belonged Means less nutrition and In otiosequenoo They make up about 2.000 proscriptions of being compelled to go often 'upon',' ,and','' wi.1' nl pout Is outcry tori-n. I'o"ook.lunt.lilwa Wool tnUny., .Uorpe-(J.">r-
less a day and no perfect I 18 the during the day and to get up. ??.'i' .hhll"r.ln' "ont of >".. burl h. -
many liliireahlunt.
vitality When the liver organisa dovro eta, the thttralir, ara
and there ( n.lIlll.
was no thought of its Beware of Oll1tm ntH for Catarrh times during the night. The luIII..III 'oii.ity. at PiIitii 1".I..n hioihlorporuhoms
mild '
rails to secrete bile, the blood becomes thin that RI1 error Is seldom recorded. and II'lor< .on the "y or "ur- Hint ol "orh'' ', '"{
religious significance. This. paper that Contain :Mercury, the extraordinary of 5wamp-13oot igl, hour,. of .r"unryII.I. ... the :
loaded with bilious : : "r. .
properties, the digestion i la realized. It stands UI.1. ,,. lterui :,f the \,,1' blt : : H'lu..h In *5.Le or over tili'
soon John
the '
would be the lust to entertain or express i becomea Impaired and the bow- 'a infronrf will aui"1fli. >Ntmr the a.,., ol highest ilium to t imim ollow: .. Mir. fl5eot twenty-oume .,.rf' i5no
prejudice e's con tlpat..d. Herblne will Nature", "mnkm nil timing) iMniuiful in timeD am'iiani a .ni|>lAt4-l7,iltranna the wlmla arAMm" for its wonderful cures of the most dis. of propem-ty.Nliuith.uI In ( ..orlh.. Plu.. lwr.on 0 the years. :of ;1:,:ht.I: iilUmiWhium.i
against
any man or rectify tlnin. Ivtrv ono of lifts uanonii When lira When aiitnrlntf II through tile muonuft aurrneaa"Mtli tressing case*. If need wit, lutll. .Co"Iy.to. wuitihd hll''
a or
you medicina
iSulipi..flll
this; It givetone to the stomach liver move, on Mantra, line, .hu tin own charm articles nlinulil lie.., ba liaml except. onpres.rtptio lot r UI' ."vlu. .' (list
sot of men on account of their re- should have the best. Sold I" Blouk I I. n"'n'' Adilltlon 'b (' ,II IA
yon .
Lb.'u'
and and taAiity. Many women ilmail. that from, rapiiuthta phvilolAiia. aa time by draggists to Pal "n. 0.0.
kldneya put-toil itka "
high n, especially a religion so old and clears and Improves strengthens the complexion the appetite In- when they munt. eilwrlonas. chanvo nt tire lAina4ta Ihiwill, do I* ,lenb'ld to the good roe iu fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. Sr.Eh niI 'l.os'(ii I':, .ill:I 1ilr'i;: ani ilih\to.,\tim:'"h0rtjK. : :| :.I'b"o;: : i in\o\ !.mppear" : t( Wit; :
foibr
They duSt race l.ni) form oim poaHlblr dorlva from ham. Hall'.
;: may iiitTur tne CatArtll Yon have a bottle or I''k.' "ompf", (0
bUtorio and rich In traditions as that fuses new lIfe and vigor to the whole I clmiiud, nml that they :In.y fall lo obl"h ,., Oiirn. innnufamiinHl. br V. J. Chimcy A Co., book may ample and a 11.1 In .11 UUI8 0"A.0' ... iN:"
cf the Jewish people. syntem. SO cents a bottle. Hold whom they love. '1'ho vat...cii Duster. Hlerue'i. Tolndo, o.. routitlimnn' mardiiry, anil 1-t taken that tells all o.now.r.: Mh..rl'. &I""y." tl7h "" J..r''cmli will
by Favorite Pramirliitlun In thl.cOnS. ,. or woman Intarnally, "an Ing Jlraotly upon the blood anilitiuoouM .boat It,both sent free ::. M.O. (UOII FIori. vt"er"IAO. tb.II'1..IO.A
Aokerinan-Htewart Drug Co. mire iDs In its nut thai It a..1.1. aurfaoa. .,( time In JORDAt"t'"I" '': : ? iefeihflI'it ; 151pnilm.iued
V ... Nature. IU ayatnni. buying "by null. Address' Dr. .' .. trih'f
--- --- hIlt this
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line p the balance and buoyancy nf tlitrylnn Hails cmarrh cur b. mira you get fha g nnna. Kilmer & Co. U-TD, :... .. ..
mimi.n" Bing- for four
sliatsin. -
IIiC It la
ptiy.imil powo". M., tnkwn Internally and m.dol" Toledo, ---
Southbound trains over Florida FOR SALE.-Two full-blooded women have enpresoid tuniC greuitmde, for tho"7 U., by r.t Ohanay Co.or..llenoo'AIA, I,... haraton, N. 1/'. When .....,SWUX...BOOI. want w."kA, I" (lou 1.I..tk'. News. C utowsp1iP'piihiiicd
you ,
u East and Coast leave Palatka northbound at 11:10 a. Jersey Heifers. II months old. Will tIopi hemp, ,!and,In' lilt.eeomfrl given perloif, by: "l Iu Pevorime;beneflu, not. Snlilbyall TaJta Halts DrinntlKU.Family: fnU 2So.fur par ootuUpatlom.bet,ia writing mention this paper and don't I see a to get COLD o"r money'.,olth Wit,,,,,.1 In my nl lianil,:t rI"I t,1&: thl
m. trains are
Billp.m.; be sold make mistake but goo the ad day of Iwaembur
at a sacrifice gee H. JT. Ken-: paMalnicbut permanent. Not a "patent. mudt any remember the Peek'. Pine Srup. koock-t& .
leave 6:00: *. m. and 4.66; p. m. nerly, Palatka. olne" beech .. .lIlt.n.'U.nto, are printed on name Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root; and l UIII PRIOI.JiOI (joiUt.

'be botllo-wrainwr. Union-Made Cigars at Querry's. the address, Bingbaiuton! N. 1/. Fine Fruit W. PTOW VI.rl V'.o'
-.. at Onnrry'i. I 1f44br
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1I\IiIoI-! fl Crescent City News Walden ToNight.L. Keep th. Armholes Dawa. _--____________________

Most People D. Walden, the magician, will It Is strange that not one person In
--- a thousand knows Dow to
hh. help a man
.... ... .. give nn entertainment at V. I. A.
:-o. .. .... ... on with bis coat or n lady' with bar Established 1820.
in '''''_' ;;;;;;>::I'I'I\: ::!, 'The r Damage: from Cold. Hall tonight, and all who attend are Jacket. They all make the mistake of

JTjr The weather, report published ut promised an evening of high-class holding: the garment too high, especial

1'} Our Cash Drawer '?)I the head of this department gives to amusumMit. ly the last sleeve. They lift It so lliat Fine Groceries Prompt Attention
City
Crescent Prof. Waldnn.
our out-of-town read rs-nn I IH no stranger. to a man nearly dislocates bis arUl roach- ,
accurate -
'1) reading of the Crescent City His visit here one hilt for It. The laura futlloly he grabs All
+! Full of ; temperature In Crescent Choice Coffees Given to .
and Vicinity Money \ City last week It docs not year ego and I OKI wonderful tricks and claws ana lurches for It the higher *.

however, give: them porfonnwl,: Is still the topic of oee.. they bold It until tile Wretched victim Tens Mail Orders.
a correct Idea an
learned ( To our friend and enstomerawowanttoaaythat- \ the conditions of slonul uimversalliin ninoiig/ I he Cli il. Would bnve to gut on a pair of stilts ) _

hiivo Ijiij! since /.!, t ., make t this section which opeiated, to 'dren, to whom, his marvelous fwats to Quil the nrinliolo. The proper way 7 Household Ai tides. Careful, ShiJment, _
high-class grocerius we thank practically Immune of li> > ; \Vby. bolt! the coot so that thu nrmbolen -
that i you for the trade } from g' rdimmln< I M 'c-ined i like the real /
dlsnmor. Time ground are ns low down as the mans .
[IJB bought cheaper at) that you have Riven thing
can 'I. im I was very dry anil there wan III tie If n-iilut hiking/ cure (o.liucp time skirt of *
our store than elsewhere. J during the past year, and V!/ any sap III the trees. There :Dining, the |imilat siinini, <'r Prof. the giiruifiit oIT limo floor of vonrso. It and Groceries ,
was
(! a Dry Fancy
especially/ on Christmas \f,I \VIIIlI ," hits\ been showing In Now there Is
sro waut all the winter good breeze blowing every day and nny struggle, to find time last
1' l day. We will uot resort \t night except York anil other northern states and arinhole drop It still lower. NeVer
know this
housekeepers to to IOfllbftstorJrawjngthe which was a still Wednesday nlglit, he returns to Florldit, UiU year with roles It. Drop It until bis band slips The Best the World Affords

fnct. They can know by 'i' )long bow as to( the amount '. while not as severe,ns frosty the cold, and( mmew 'uimuti\ uluboratn, stuge equipment Into It naturally.lllMlortu.

calling and let us quoteprices. of our sales, I but you will 'I' nights. It proceeding and many new trick .
was thin
find us on hand to wait I most damage, nlglit that did the The (nice of 1 admission i Is 115; cents, Omit.vln... Largest Wholesale and Retail Grocers In the World, .

tjon;'' l you, and we will give What that; and. rum-rved m-aU US ocnlo. The entertAliiinent Tbe culebrnted! "kluit's vlues" at Foutulnablmm with a National reputation founded: oil Quality, Square

Our stock is always the /' 5> you the lowest prices and 'I') Impossible to damage tell has boon It Is N 11 boned II' I lit, V. I. pluutod uudui' the reign of Dealing and Low likes. THE PUREST FOOD .

BEST /and always FRESH.Moid.<: / \l good /goods. Mr. Blaine Shiver at this time but A. nnd llifi'M' HhmiiH.... .. ...... .IL. .iiu.iiiHlionse. ... .,. Henry I V.. grow n 'nlnst u wall In the PRODUCTS. .
and other experts park not fur from the castle aud tbe .
state that very little fruit on the hill grapes mire highly esteemed. by gourmets.

CONE 5J'I and between the lakes was frosted. Tax Notice. Hlnco time republic was established .. Lowest Prices Prevail

/ Some outlying groves had fruit badly the crapes have always been
S t The Shoe 1Ilnn. j frosted The trees I will he ur Precinct with Tux sold by auction, tbe proceeds going Our tremendous trading with the leading American
are not the Books
: Orlle BOX ( I. Crescent City, Florida. '! least bit Injured and It Is a rare Pomona on the, Friday following morning dnysi,. ..Jan. 4. finance into the coffers: of the minister of''I and European markets enables us to effect unusual sav .

'. ..-. _._._._._._._. ,db. thing to And a leaf that has been welakn, Friday "rtHrnooii.Jan.4. ing. We give the benefit of this to you. : -
,. turned by the cl>ld. The !groves Interliichnn Thursdny) ( ,. J an. 10. PLEASANT AND MOST EFFECTIVET. .
about Crescent City Johnson, Friday . .Jan. 11. J. Chambers Vt).
are ns fresh and KoHtwIck Vindicator, Liberty Write us for our "Table and .
JI WI MILLER. Weather Keport.Creicent green as before the cold. 17th. Thurmlav morning.January Toms, writes Deo. 20, luoa:

December/ City Mill temperature, Wild I for the week elidIng Orange buyers here have slated. Ftornhoinn/ . ... .... Jan. 24. you With, I bear pleasure testimony and. to unsolicited the curative by Home" Catalogue, and Price List .

Crescent City, Pla.atuaaanaaaaaaaajacEECccccra. Max'for MlnDecember. for. that the great bulk of the fruit has iayllth.Jluldwin(1 Irandln J Thursday afternoon Jan- I power of Bullnrd's, Ilorehound Syrup A magazine of Intense interest to every housekeeper. :
come through have used it
uninjured. family and
7 a.m.8 |p. m.II p.tn. E4 bra 31 bra Many of School Saturday my can cheer '
the Jan. 2(1. fully affirm It is the most effective Complete, and beautifully illustrated, from which you can
J3.: Saturday 4. wi I' 4,114 rr 4I growers; will wait two or three On the Above dates/ olllce will and
I "!m H.' Bunilay.Hominy at 27 41 Ii, 111.<\10 41 tax, :iw IU'" '" weeks before making; further ship- be closfd. A. S. WILLABD my. ever beet remedy used." for Sold coughs by Aolierman-Stewart aud colds I have order the year round. Blank order form enclosed.

.. .. :Jl>. "Jumclay. 26"1 84 47 ?.Ji ments. By that time all frosted Tax. Collector. Drug Co.The .
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20. >Vedne.lny. 8 11. Thiirnday. no 01 M tm mif fruit will be easily detected. LAKE COMO. We Pay Freight Charges '
I 4H./ Friday. 06 1U I.a M 7u 1-9 40 The cold spell but American
emphasized the
has
Magazine
3 Holiday Goods 1 E. 0.I WILLIAMS. Obiertrar. value of Crescent City us a citrus Mr. timid Mrs. Henry Gilford oralrhnven. Changed Hands. On receipt of price, any order of $20.00 or over will !4 J

? Conn, are guests nt "All be (to Railroad Station East
fruit shipped freight prepaid .
.. growing section. At DeLand any
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Y1 "" "" "" "" "" "" .. View coltiigw" for the winter. Their -
CHAMBERLIN'S.. ii : Orlando, liurtow, St. Petersburg and many friends are pleased> Indeed to For 30 Years lt was Leslie's Popular of the Mississippi. '

3 Toys, Fancy
e Poll Carriage-, Wheelbarrows! ,. t3 six to twelve degrees! colder than ; ]Mr. and Mrs. Cliiuila, Monjar( were Ida M. Tarbell., who wrote Lincoln Money Refunded if Goods ; 1'
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>/%%'% *%%'%%'%%* "" .
Vftgone. here
and the dainnge to the fruit visitors to Pnlulka recently. and the famous "Story of Itockofullor;"
n DreKSlnir Onsen, Olove and U Mrs. Urlnisloy and little daughterare In these William Allen White. the welt-known not :
Cnsus. PlcturtgSaiul crop sections i is serious. Kd: .tl'e'luln, has rnturnxd to his are Satisfactory
R Handkerchief Picture Frames, Vases :s spending thR week lit Savannah./ home nt. <':Clttvelaml 0., lifter two Kansas editor'' F. P. Dunne, creator of t, .

Fancy J3iekEi. Pocket n The public ichool will re-open Late Realty Transfers.M. weeks visit with his family here. "Lincoln Air. Dooley Steftens;' Ray are 8 tan under nurd l the Baker leadership and This liberal offer, and: 1 absolute guarantee, is war- I

B Hooks Ladies. !and Oeuts Ink from the Christinas vacation. next }t. Roiul'sl real estate ollloa :7iIm'.. O K. Ilolinnon entortnlnud, of John S. Phillips, now editing ranted by the high quality of our goods, and the universal '

5 H Stands.Silverware. knives forks and n A londl y. made the following Crescent City the small/ tots of the village "recently. TUB AMERICAN MAOiHIKK. satisfaction wherever sold and used. .
n A happy nrternoon was p"Msetlaw8Y. Never before has such a brilliant
spoons, watches chains and PI Miss Mabel Andersen I Is spending real estate transfers last week, which been
group gathered together, and they p
cliiirnis. fobs, rings, necklaces, the week with friends In Jackson- mire hut the beginning of other transactions Mr. amid) MIH.' Flunk. Qunckenbiisli, are not only contributing themselves
cult buttons stick pins, match of Northpoit, L. I.. are guests at the
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Ille. / soon to tollowMi' : but are filling the magazine with tbe
safes, manicure sets. bracelets Ii&udledpt1 tJr.I Cue D. Smith purchased the Avenue house, for the season.A veiy bust novels and short stories and W n7 ?d
r fountain* pens pearl LII : L. A. Dallard returned to his home party of Comoltes attended the 'great ttmoly articles by other famous
/ holders sterling silver U 111 Richmond, Luke. comity on Sun- two lots, 8 and 10 of Block U Crescent laiicn, nc Pomona Hail, given In writers and beautiful pictures by groat
I I I I Ihiinblea, Hewing sets, side, fj; lily last.Payson's. Hill Rub-ll vision. These lots louor'of Miss Clco Monjar, and Mr. artists. '. 135-139 West 42d Street, New York.Address I L
combs. U;J fronton Summit street and are linnpdlutrly (Juv Plait, the occasion being the CreeL
A .
Bargain.
Souvenir China,ware. LICI : mill is gutting; / out considerable birthday of both. A most enjoyable Wilt: Order Department. I .
handker- In rear of the enclosure on The regular price for the twelve numbers -
Neckties, gloves
ti! lumber for local 1 building evening was spent.
g chl rs. which his new residence la under of TaB AMEIIicAN MA.OAZINH Is
lllLmlltoll- rown Shoes-every L1II jJn ; urpoBes.) way. Mr. Smith purchased some There was preaching In tho F.!. E. ","l.O-little:! enough as It Ie. but for a

pnir guaranteed./ t] A little daughter; was born to Dr. two weeks the lot church Kunday:! a. m. by Rev. Davis. limited time you can get the November -- _._- __ "h __ __ _-- .1.
g Fine Candy from jOe to 75o ago on Prospect A very film., solo wns sung'" by Ed. and December WOO, numbers, with a
pound. and( Mrs. V. A. Duushee on Sunday Joining his own on the north, of Mrs. 'etreijuln of Cleveland. O. Junior full year's subscription for l'.H)7) for a

U per Chime & nborn'a. Teas and uU the 23d 1 of December. Abblo S. DeVeau. Mr. Smith proposes 3hrlstlnn Kiiduavor. meeting WIPe dollar or

a Colfi-es. Fox River Butter. UtI Chester Norton has returned from to have an ideal home and Lea held III the afternoon, and Epa: orth 14 Numbers for Only I.OO McCORMICK HUBBS & CO. .
guo meeting held In thB eve llIg.BEv. .
Ituyal. Scarlet Canned Goods t.JU the hoy's school at NorthOuld, Mass., grounds, 1 as the plans and the ample Think of It I Think of the quality of ,

-thp. best put up. fj and will remain until spring. ground space now In his possession CABI.IBIB; I'. B. MABTIM, LI. D. reading you get for 100. Think of the
8 If nu huvu not the K 1:1: gl\u UN your oriiur' nmt we will "..I. 11. UIlIIoI8O L. S. Turner went to Palatka on Indicates. Of Wovarly. Texas. writes: "Of a morn- abort stories :28! poems, 70 timely arti
II (\', tiike orilem of Jeu' fur".lrv fCnirriivliiK.Look to iorUt fioni.Vt '" Monday. Mr. Turner Is getting; Mr. 13. F. TlIlliiKhast of Davenport, lag wbon lint arising, I often Und a cles. 80D( beautiful pictures. and all for

a tliiouxh I :: our elorklitu >'ounrt ready to put a new shingle roof on own, purchased l bust. week lots 8 and! troublesome> collection of phlegm which 100. Tomatoes Pine Apples '
1.1 ,,fI.r Olu'iHtiiuia (.'1rti. W. aru.auru nII / produces a cough and Is very hard to
5 of Block B. Crescent Hill How About. Your Winter Reading?
u>havenoiuutlilug to pleaMO)011. n ils house. subdl- dislodge i but a small quantity Bnl- -

C. L. Chamberlin. a Mrs.\ Oeo. G. Morse of Jackson- vision. This gives him a frontage of lards Horehound Syrup will at once dla. Cut this olfer out, write your name and Early OrangesVegetables
UU UFine OH: feet on Prospect street Just south lodge it, and thu trouble Is over I and address on c.. slip of paper and mallIt '
'Illa arrived last week on a visit to know with $1.00. Send It now-to-dn.y-.
r c cc c c cmmcmD of Mr.[ Smith. Mr. TlUlnglmal; will\ of no medicine that Is equal to It, Grape Fruit
icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. F. and It I. so pleasant to take. I aim, before the special 14 months' offer i is
Morso.Mrs. litter build him n winter home. most cordially recommend It to all pursons withdrawn. Sand It by check, postal

ExCongree.mnammVliliam Ryan needing. a rn..e for throat or I money or a dollar bill, at the publisher's 279 Washington St. New York. .
E. N. Mai)11 and children ter- hUM bought 210! feet of the Howe lung trouble." Sold by Ackernmn-8tow- risk to Tug AMRIUCAK MAOAZINB 141
; here Mon- art Fifth Avenue. New York City. .
ninatud a week visit on from, Drug Co. -
Stationery glove acreage; running\ Prospect ---
their .. '
when returned to
they
day street to Lake descent. This prop- '
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Ladius of Crescent City and home In Palatka city begins at the Hue of the Wltiiima -

vicinity. wanting soinotlilnu: Miss Eva Smith and niece Miss grove and extends north 210 2-Inch Iron Pipe .- :-

really ,nice Stationery. will Mary Elizabeth Berry of Juckaonvllle eet on Prospect street. It Ie understood 1 :

surely' atom.find what Wo have they It want In all at tour have been spending; the weeklere that Mr. Kyan will build a SIoa.i' For Sale. Oranges,

(trades. ___ I. the guuats of Mrll. \V. A. Eusoll. Inter home here sometime In the sLiliment
I have about BOO feet two-Inch and .
future. The lot purchased I is one of I ___ Grapefruit
If Chills. I 100 set more or loss of I 11 Inch of Iron ,
take you have or Fever Mr. and !Mr. J. H. Campbell, he slKhtliest; of the Crescent 11111 \ .2'_ pipeto sell at A Creat Bargain [

daughter and son of Plnlnfleld, N. J., property of Jus. B. Howe's and the Also eleven H inch mimi two ouu inch

No. 44. arrived last. week for the winter. view of the lake Is superb. com p. non-freezing hoes valves each Tangerines
with eighteen Inches of rising' pipe:
house keviiin. In .
have to(
They gone .
Jhum It will( help you pet Kid of I he Gilbert cottage. Tht Roll tf Honor. 1 for Cough Cold 1 Croup couple All the T'II above eto. The with pipe perfect Is IlioN threads not, a Sold only on a commission .

u Cure wl\l'n ulck., taken Guarantee accord Inn !Mr. and !Mr. Tom Carpenter and The following Is the "roll ofhonor" / STEEL.VI11 Apply to be sold cheap for cash. basis by .

to directions Interesting children of At- In the Crescent Sore11roa1S1iffNeck.
li.lc" a Hottlo.1'oruiivat their two pupils City
leboro, Masa., arrived last Friday school for the third month (Decem- I .i Oeo. H. Libby,

IloilKvn 0-Hnnra Mill. \ for the winter season. They will bn i ) of the present school year. : I Rheumatism and Crescent City Flue 8. B. Dones & Co. ;
II. A. Itlnga, "10,,,,. I .
Carpenter'slome '
ij,, A. Kimwltoii, Uo'.. Ponionu. keep; house In Oeorgo FIRST 0 ItA 08. 7' 18J
I''. H. Kmhoil..Uo'.. .'011I0. on Park street. Edith Knight OH. Neuralgia fAt I .

H llanlNon'ii Iuid.' Hloro.. ..to.OeorKotown..... IHtnvut. Mrs. E. L. Smith and brother, Mr. Dannie Knight all Dealers t- 3 II Duuno St. New York.
J. I). KohlltNOIl'H, ".vlll... Providence B. I., who >edu Knight 9U./( I GROVE HALL
of ,
lliii-HKii (" Lumphere Albert Lunberg 1)4.88t.OND) .
tIth.lnrftwnv.: Kin Price 25c 5Oo: 6 I.OO < I ,
J. M. n.mtou, HiKiii Via. at Crescent Inn., .
uiiirr. I have been guests ( (jlCADK.Coprnn : Prompt
Lound's oft for Jacksonville( on Monday. PaysonlM. j Crescent City, Fla. :[::j jj ,

Drug Store Smith expects to engage. In IIIIL Pigue Oil.ardelle ) SentFree .. ,
Irs. ; Williams 03.): j A Popular Family Hotel t JjI a Reliable
L Crescent Uity, Fin. f business In that city. THIRD UK APR.v. :. "Sloan's Book on Horses rJ I under the management of \Vm. IJiii ,

: at Crescent City J J{. Knight 0(1.( Cattle, Hogs & Poultry \ C.Norton. g
eO fll n "'f.\e : The new depot l dwhllhotwelllJ6.:! ( j In the midst of the best ory ij '
I Junction Is completed. It has waitIng Clarence. Courtright Ou. iii nnna growing: section of Florl- u

A_. J:. SpSJl.Osr: I rooms for both white and colored Ethel Padgett! OC.KHTHTII. I Address Dr. Ear! S. Sloan u 0'". Fine boating, fishing; and j-j i EfficientJ"

peopleamid> ample closed freight (I HA ZIP.. \615 Albany $F. Boston. :1 bird shooting. Beautiful views f fof .9
:I Crescent Lake from hotel i is r!
Dentist. storage facllitlos beside a large shed (Eva BethelU7.Miller 00.CI"raltudBtIlIUO.. : veramlaa. Handy, to steamf:f 1: n- ]

-- enclosure for frelnht. The ilepot Is leorge:! q'I boat landing. Board by week r]
Ofllce the requirements of business 88. n and month at reasonable rates M
at ReitdencB all that lutella Montgomery ---- -- ---
on Prospect street. --7
s Caters to Northers Tourists.
Cresoant City, Florida einands.. FIFTH OBADK.: : 0
MncJonald of Pateison, John Deaton OU. :'IVrlte for terms. u "
J. Oliver Charlotte Chamberlin (( :'I ALL GOOD THINGS
stJoh-n: Rlvrby Dayllaht. N. J., an old time winter visitor to Addle McGrady 00.
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Win C. NORTON.
Heat |
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Crescent City, II spending; this winter Lucy Harris ilL To
The Beach &: Miller Line season at New Braunfels. Texas. SIXTH GBA.DK. must win upon their
Allen OU. q 5 Crescent City, Jo'la.o c
writes that he hopeso Elinor
Macdonald
Steamer CIIR8OENT.IJlMl"IOI"llleouTu; Mr. Pauline Braddock 05.) u merits. The International
visit Crescent City in the spring Cold Rooms a :'I303 OOOO ooo r.O'l: :'I'I'I'I: : : 1JWW .
.J'.::? ? \:! ed&yi1Thur.ilaye ulla Allen OC. '
K'1' Jftunlny. at sao, a. tn.: for dneii: cove, when on his wiiy north. 'lorence:' Cow burn 94. Dictionary has won a
[ : [ *:""" .'1"" City ant principal Way
llniri, ,. Roane mid Apploby spenta 3 lady s Braddock 04.SEVENTH .
Misses
distinction .
II'lenvon cnaeent elty onVedne>- : C1B.IDE. greater upon ..
d IVI:::( '?slid Monday...t 7 a, m. portion of their Christmas vaoa- Anselenn Burton 1)8.) QuicklyEvery M. H. READ
TJ Iepiion..all,"wbiir' looto1 Lallra 5Ire.L tlon with friends in Palatkaand In Louise Hunter 03.Ablejene its merits and is in more

PIltt wnirf foot of bemon .,....' attendance upon the sessions of the Miller 1)2. :- ,
Educational Association. In St. Will/ILm Tompkins 02.: REAL ESTATE.Crescent general use than any other

A. 3.TORREY.L'udtTtuker State Augustlue. They returned home James) Deaton 1 118.EIC1ITIC: C1BADB. '- City, Fla. work of its kind in-the

last Tuesday. Hilda Water.nan 01)\ %
and Embalmer. 07.) English language
attended, meeting; Una: Prevatt ,
mengraly house tins Its
At ft Smith 03.NINTH. Every The Howe property -"Uresi .
Full lino of CaaketaTand Ctofflua. of citizens last Friday night to dls- Virgie OBADK. conditions cold room. Abnormal Inadequate weather stove or i cent HUP1-Is now on the mar/ A.II. Sayoe, Ltl, !>.!>., of Oxford

Telephone cuss plans. fur converting/ the old Addle Grace Waterman 100. furnace heat often result In some particular ket. LOTS $1OO. UDIveroU7. Kaglaail. ba recently auld .,
and cheerhrw." You ofltt. It"Incloool" marvelous work( Ism I*
school house Into money for Jrlll Burtol1lJ1J. part of the house being cold Particular attention given to
CBE8CENT CITY FLORIDA white Hallie Deaton 00. can make home warm and cheerful with the tllitloult to oonrolvo of a dictionary more
.. ., _. ?. of tile new school, a committee' Mary Deaton 011.TE4TIC. Cre.oont City property listed exhaustive and complete., EverythIng
-' -- -- consisting/ of Dr. O. F. Sprague, Vs'. GBADK.. with IMP. In U-not only what we might expeut" to .

Crescent City Transfer Co. A. Russell and A. P. DoVVolf was Miriam Payson 05. PERFECTIONOil ft nil la auoh a work but also what few of .,
Sara Anderson 00. eMe u.would ever hove tliouvtit of looking -
to advise with an attorneyo
appointed .
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Voet.e All tr lus at CLeaoent City JunoUon. see what can be done and to report Heater :NOTICE.UHARUaf. fun.A supplement to the now edition b..

Night trains by appointment. at a future meeting. Modern. Progress In N_ York. brought It fully up toduto. I have been -
with Smokeless Device) ApPJ.C1UUI, ow AD3I.071U7nJS. pile. Fmzami looking through the latter with fooling ,
R. M. LA.BHEE. anager. The first ot..a series of literary and Office buildings stories' high coir (Equipped ."" of astonishment elite oompletenoH
pntertnlnmets was given at talnlnll a thousaod ouT ege. Many Carry It about from room to room. Turn wick High or low-there's> no< SIX month after' date, taoroof And on Monday of
musical painted with L. A M. Smokeles' device prevents smoke and smell. Ea ytooperateas ) PabriiKry' IhaHth. / !). 1W7. t will: mile tho amount labor tbat bus been put
W. n. SMOTV/CLL the V. I. A. Hall ou Tuesday night > Hotels covering: .a city Hook oonalnlng danger.a lamp All parts easily cleaned. BnFis, oil fount beautifully em- with CleriCs' ,the my County final, : report Judge) with of Putnam rulnrrm,actinuutaiid ;(Jaunty; Into It.R.

Builds for the benefit! of that organization. 1.4UO rooms; subway travel hSE< Holds quarts of oil.and;: 'burns Handsome<> hours..:: useful Gives,"able.'Intense: I v one her*. and thoreu|>on. apply' for anorder F E!E_"A Teat,In Prenuneiuioa,"IntruntTvo .
Row Boats finishes-nickel 1 and Japan. : .
of the entertainment 4 3 miles an hour. Two ( upon tha Vetltlnr I ) now of 11 In In and' entertaining
The management Every heate warranted. If not at your dealer's write our ",alii' office, for heal dlrHihnrt at tti.A<1mlnl.- for the' whole fanilltr. AleuIlluatrated
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Repairs boats. b.iBKl and ninhv all was In the bands of Mrs..WiLI. This Is moderni. proRr nearest agency for descriptive circular. trnirlxof' the .*t..te or V. |>. Arknrmitn, a..- pamphlet.0.&O.MERRIAMCO.. : Cd)
kln'ls l< 'In rear of his M Miller. The News AdmlnUirHtrlx" of tIme gusto 01 p.A D. .. =. ,
MEAT MARKET. entertainment, but the pLlnt.: barrel and 1lh.bulI.m. .k.rmim, D.ce.Moa. 5-10.01mm" PU.J.I.HUa .sanolety
r...oent City, Via, report of the Buy oil fresh from the TM
tlsfaotory work (guaranteed at mml well-known talent represented on add It to L. & M. Faint wtiloh. Is O Lamp fur.10.014 all-.u04 I I ills Executrix Notice. SPRINOFIELO. MAlI..
s t prices. to eml-mlxed. cea buy. Equipped' with
the program was sufficient guar- Four gallons. L. W. mixed with 8 I...you,. Imp", ". bu,..,. (U..abol."I. Notice In liMt-ohy giviii thnt un Mon,tuv
Eats Crawford the IHth' tiny of May lUiff, I Hliull timke uimh.irntiirt .
Its success. Miss llealr light .< lomot < >' of brass
Oil at 11I1) centS a gal-
antee gallons; LloaeAd Suitable, tar any raoiewhither of my nuvount*ami vouiflmrn AN (.x-
nlck.l
HELP was down for two vooal lolos.rrr. on. makes actual cost of paint las. t. library an4 dlnlnj-rooai.plaiaj. 'p.rIs4or Sale' t-itrlx( of tint: islet will: :immI I I Ut-Unm.'nt, of n. Grace Rowley -
IS OFFERED Cowburn for readings, ban *l.20 per gallon. : cJ aatlafaetory.! every UmKwarranlaa.umW' te. Mlltllolo Afiinn, ,li.otfiHMtnml. apply for my .
'10 WORTHY Hugh for a piano If the slightest defect exists In the D."."....nc> K eat et your dealer'' dIaeiimlr5e n. .uch eX."lrlx.MAHY SliM FM. Pianoforte Terohar Acnornpall18t
YOUNG PEOPLE Hutohlnson
...m..lI.. Miss( Alice L. &; M. Paint that baa been used on Standard Oil Company Kxwiutrlx.Pillatka Coaching on SonRII.
tan roun cnvnu. no matternamn W. C. Carrier and Dr. ,Florida NOT.sth. IIIIJ)l. omChamberlalo's Superior Instruction a' l'upU'8
,,1 ln ':1hth.l.. *or.luc.tlo.. who wUh to solo, Mr. any house. It. will be repainted for 1___'.<1.l Re8ldenoe
a buaiUa ,Jlaaand t.od p..l- hle piano and trombone res oothlnll' t
..if:;- :rlte b" ft....rna for ourt hal'-..... Dan and Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Sold by K nn.rtr: Hardware Co. I Colic.ui.Vrho.Cholera. K.m an4 ii. San Mateo aud Palatka.

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The Palatka News A Vide Opens Letter to Leo. Mrs. Miner Expire Suddenly.; A Man's :House

Dear Leo I: 'Without a moment's notice and

-- Va hat reoeptloned your oommunloatlonlng while sitting; with her daughter in Advance arrivals of CastleIt ,
uf der fursht instand nod her carriage in front of the Kennerly Is His Don't Lose Sight I

der oondents vas nodet, expeolally Hardware Co's store, Mrs. H I. Shirtwaists
City Happening' and = der amound of fllty lucre needed to Miner, died suddenly at about 8:80: Spring
i Master your Intlgnatlonlngs. I'lMsday Afternoon. Dr Cyrus was should bo fortified protected
Personal 1 mention. $ Ve are astoonlshed at your pnroep- called from his nearby once Immediately all sizes, all prices, in white t with good pulnt. Ten houses are

', "" tiw 1 NNltivtlvale tlonings. Der amound of lucre vat but Mrs. Miner was dead. when\ and colors now ready for burnt up by slow decay from not ,
you wand is bud a truffle ofer der he reached her. Death was Instan (the ladies at my store.I being properly painted,to every one of. the fact
Tlios. Rlnffham hag returned to btnound uf our underwided broflts, taneous. Mrs. Miner was carried to that T destroyed by fi re. And yet it I
Sanford. und had you bostboned der action. the rear oat ce of the PutnamNatlonal Mso\ have an elegant as-4 costs but littU to keep a houwwell

I Miss Lizzie Halley IIHH returned to l ng it Is youst possible der moneys Bank, where the body remained fora 'sortmont of painted, if the eight(( kind of paint :
half hour and
until
her home In Batumi might uf been Inwe ted in some arrangementscould The best In the
Hlghte. painter
I be made for its removal to the'anilly Is lined. That we areRETIRING
foollshings and you vould hat had to Embroideries.at with
Mr*. Clitl. A.. Maull and infant waited until der senior member. of home. | world cannot do a good Job
daughter are visiting relatives at der firm came back from der lochlsachoor -, Dr. Cyrus attributes. Mrs Miner's poor paint but give a good painter
Boyiitim. mid more lucre. Der node death to acute indigestion. !She had! reasonable prices. Come I

Henry Miller, a well-known merchant you vended to us by der sheriff out, I attacks of the kind only on the previous and see the line.itfstuck J From the
of Keuka, hands came In der old nick uf time.Had I Saturday and Sunday. .PATTOM'SIoTI.
was shaking But ten minutes before Mr, Miner of Spring DreftsGoodll
with friends in the city yesterday.Mr. .l you dit not said how you
vanted dose moneys alretty. May pee and daughter, Mrs Turnagebhad i; soon to arrive, will <
and Mrs. Henry Clay Tuoker you vented goold ponds, maypee silver called at the News be a beauty. Business. (,
of Interlachen spent Wednesday and certooficades, maypee goold ness,.where she appeared Well and i I Clothing
{- Thursday in the city. pricks, cheerful. Leaving this olllo the !
adieu drove to the ice cream parlor Miss Hattie N. Buky] PAINTS iw:
Mm. K. M. Priddy teat home again You vas a schly old doggie, Loo.
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Hut where they partook of Ice cream.
ve van onto your dlddlngs on der
after quite an extended visit with
New Year's day. Ve saw you skoop- Mrs. Miner's sudden death coniesas Dalton Block, )Job that stock'of I
her in
daughters Tampa. and will tartly get a
tag aboard dose Lemon street mid a shock to her family and friends. you and well. Our entire High
The official members of St. James' toted der impresslonings/ uf der ball Short: funeral services were held at Palatka, Florida. will look well wear Because
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MethodlHt church have voted a substantial uf your feats In der cant vlcli der the home. on Wednesday afternoon They are economical much paints more Grade Clothing must be 1
increase to the pastor's sal board uf bonded drustees vlll ewentu- at one o'clock with Rev. L. R. Lynu Headquarter For they cover BO much longer' ,
t ary ally skeet up to make rooms for der ottlointiiig./ The body was taken to Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, surface and wear so They are )
painu. sold. In order to
than ordinary
eetrlUod prick bavementa. Lader Rome, N. Y, for Interment. dispose of 1I
' Judge Jared Wlmberly of Inter- Ladies' old by reputable retailers whose
; In, der day ve ver hit mlt der Idee Mrs.Miner was the wife of Herbert Furnishings.
lachen was among tho prominent that It I. Miner of the Seldeu Cypress Door business cxiitcnce depends upon itve have CUT PRICES
vas our Ill-godden gains you
of iau-,
P ? county visitors in the city on Wed ver wonting after. Co., and |Limed lived in Palatka about the continued patronage Color Cards I

,t' nesday. Money I Money) I All der voild Is ten ;years, moving here from Rome, tied cuslomcra. Get UNMERCIFULLY.
fromRckermuuStewurt
Mrs. Fred Cochriuie of Jacksonville oudt for der moneys und It seem N. Y, She was a consistent memberof and Information I ((1

4i spent several days In the city that efen you, Leo, are not the exceptional the Presbyterian church, and the
last week visiting her mother, :Mrs. vat proofs der rule yet. church and society loses much in her Drug Ca.Palatka
L. S. Knight. Veu! der sunshines vas veil sotted death. Prices on all ) Miss this
Don't Great
In der vest und der leedle stars She is survived by her husband I
Florida.
In behalf of the Palatka fire department
buo-poepings in der helens, and two daughters; Mrs. E. M. Miller Winter Goods,
the News Is requested' to blared wanted to bed, ve lay for of Chicago, and Mrs. Wm. Turnaga i 1 I I i
thank the Wilson Cypress Co. for the of this Her V NI JiW .i:,.in JWi"
of hours tossing aboudt on dor bed city. mother and three Including I ..IlilAldZl pL.1ihIJap: +
generous gift $50. kevllt trying to schleeh, but der eye sisters reside in Rome, N. Y, ,

Albert Jenkins of Norfolk, Va., llts vood nod opay der command. Underwear, Opportunity ,
son of the late Dr. E. E. Jenkins, has menus uf der noodle. Dlt you eter PalatkA Manufacturers Or- I'm) I Strickland'sDread |
been In the city this week visiting found yoursxlluf dlddlng that, Leo?
relatives and friend Some of der toctors calls him der ganize.The Millinery, )
I lnnommonla, Vun uf der beshl to supply yourselves with
various manufacturers and
H. E. Merrydny has been appointed Dress Materials =
remedies knows uf In drubbles uf
ve wholesale merchants of Palatka met ,
acting municipal Mayor
llHimi, to preside at court judge during by the this kind Is Meeses Vlnslow's !Hood- In the ofllces of the Wilson Cypress I your clothing needs at ridiculously -
absence of Judge Calhoun. hugs Syrups bud a peep Into our Company on Monday night and perfect Etc.,
boddle. showed der soodlnga Higonea od the organization of the PalatkaManufacturers ti is not only SUPEUIOll low prices. Come
Judge E. Noble Calhoun hall been py der roochcock, vat you an spending the week at Dronson where calls him, und ve yoimt lied und Association. so are Ii4
he III engaged professionally in the toss ted, The meeting adopted a constitution and be convinced.
circuit court of Levy county. Then our thunklngs turned to po- and bylaws and elected officers I January to make Buns, Rolls, Cakes, = I
etloala and odder bllllousness ,Our stock of Men's Fur-
compo- follows
as : I
Miss\ Irene Caldwell of McMeekln
passed through the city Tuesday, sltlonlngs, und ve thought vat a President, Geo. B. Selden. | place for a new spring = Pies Etc. "
vorld of drubbles there in der '
being enroute to Pomona, where she vas 1st. Vice president, F. H. Wilson. nishings and Hats is complete -
will visit frlonds during the week. vorld, expeclally In Palatka. Then Sid, Vice president. Howell A, Davis stock. All our goods
there came these vords uf dot brofli Provision for the other offices Is Suppose You Try Them = in detail.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. Rowton Into our unucrstoodlnp:: Man. vatIc made by appointment. The association every
dfiulre to thank their friends and horning of der voomans hus werry also. mimed an executive committee Ij')1)) are new. If you like them the wagon I r

neighbors the many kindnesses few daylights and la tilled to slur ot which President Selden Is 5 will call and get your H
shown them during. their recent sorrow neck mlt droubles up. He cnineth an ex-ofllcln member, together with Miss Kate Lucas] lit I
ub In der a. in. like a hooper grass Messrs. L. C. Canova, John Q. Tllgh- orders from time to time. Ilii

und Is cud down in der p. m, py a man, H, O. Hainni and A. M.\ Rust, .
Mrs. M. II. Ryan and daughter, Palatka Fla. tl
uhack-ass." Il Our Bakery is CLEAN, '
There were also committees \ -, TMMEYER
Miss Lillian, entertained a few ap- "
I friends. at cards Wednesday afternoon Und den ve ver sattened by der pointed on arbitration, insurance, I M. The Product WHOLE- ill! I.
Ihunklng that should be der
at their pleasant home on 4th yoous transportation, manufacturers, and iii m
JIJ SOME.
street. one bartlcnlar chack-ass In nil der entertainment. ?,
m land selectloned to did It. Bud you The prime object of the associationas

Harry the Merryday has been spendIng didn't Mlt dor dlllt yed, dlt you ut Leo full? stated In its constitution Is to nrnrn", ,,,,,,,,,mmmmmm,,, lG = 0. L Strickland, =
holiday season at home, from assurances a appreclntlonlng i "afford means of ready consultation
the University of Kentucky at LexIngton uf der stade uf der noodle and of united, intelligent and elfee pi Grooms' Old Btand.JmMc.MUiKrjit .
where he Ie a student In the In filch you vas found youraelluf, ve Live action In matters of mutual Interest g FIRE i I
medical college. respcgfully sugchest that ve Is as well as to secure unity and (!! : _muamtjgtlimi! ; ? I 1 COMPANY

Sport, the pet dog of Mrs. Dr. A. Yours druly harmony of action among Its members == Insure your property 13
Die ;
Paliltka Neulchkeipen( to cultivate better IiIww"IiI\OW + G66uGOisbOmeb
M. Stem), was found dead in the ; a acquaintance == against Fire ,
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kitchen of the Steen home Inst Tuesday among our manufacturers and *
v holesalers for their mutual advantage == With :::
morning. It Is presumed tha Death of Mrs. Vore. ; ;
he was poisoned ; to gather statistics of business We Furnish
t Mrs. Mary A. Vore died at the mind for the general encouragement |E H. Finley Tucker i 1.
ICIckman Collins of Miami has home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas of the manufacturing and business ,
been spending a few days with his 10:. Rowton at :U o clock on Monday Intxrests of the city of Palatka." :; Insurance, ==|
old friends in the city. He really lust, the 31st ult. Mrs. Yore had The News congratulates the new S= Olllce opposite Court House, ==j ii Good
acts and talks na if he might be Induced been III for nearly a year, thoughher association. the fact that its organization == Palatka. Florida. ."= EdisonPhonographs
to return to Palatka.
condition was not considered d embraces all the manufacturing [

,' To all of our friends we wish to serious until a week or morn ago. and wholesale Interests of mmmmmml1UUmm4U [
express our sincere gratitude for The funeral was held from the tht city. Such on association Is Groceries
their many kindnesses evidenceof Rowton home In the West End at I B bound to work to the advantage of

sympathy' for us in our great nor o'clock p. m. of New Year's day, and the new Palatka. 1 i'inijiii'iiiiiiir; ?: ; ', ;:' I jinnnr niuw'iiii' ] IgNI'hIGreat
m row-H. I. MINER, MR. and MRS the interment wall In West View When the business men of any city
\V.t. TuR, An.:. cemetery. HPV. I". R. Lynn ofllHat-, walk to the front that city then be | Prices Every Day
ed. The pall bearers were J. (J, gins forward movement. CutTin
Charles Kupperbunch jr., will return Tllghmnn J. N. Bhickwell, J. N Jj W Cash or Easy Terms.
to the Georgia Military Colleguthis Walton." Chas. Grimm, I.
Jacobsoi The Week
week. The News, along with and A. Reed. gf Prayer.The ; 2 New York 5 and lOc Store I Iiw in the Records and Horns.ROWTON .

his other friends in this city, con Mrs. Yore was aged 83 yearn, was coming week has been set .
Knitnlutes him on his recent promo a nntlvo of Pennsylvania and came apart by the evangelical churches of
Lion to u lIeutenl\nc)". from lInker stock. She had resld the country as a "week of prayer," Here Is a chance for those. Year.
Miss Nettle Relgale. the r ed In Florida since 187H For many and in Palutka the week will be observed !''II who are in need. of CROCK- !"!
i trimmer at Miss .Lucas' milliner years she has made her home with] by a union of the congroga ERY GLASSWAKK. We "
y her tlons of the Presbyterian, Metho Mf have reduced the Our QooJa are Fresh and New
all
store during the past season left for daughter.' The Influence of her / prices on ,
her home in New York lust consecrated! life and kind deeds wit 1 dlst and Baptist churches. Meet- our goods. Here are a few _N., and we would like to have you .
Tuesday
It is understood that Miss Relgal continue as a benison to her children lugs will be held at one of the pf Items for which mention we J call and Inspect tbxm. if. r' "'
will not return to Palatka. and numerous friends, though churches each night from Mondrfy make in this Issue: Palatka, Florida.
all are inexpressibly saddened by to Friday Inclusive. and the programus I' Cups and Saucers Se If It Is not oonvenlnnt for you
It. Perkins, chief clerk In the O. 8. her death. Mrs. Yore Is survived. b y; arranged; by the pastors will be 'n pair per I to call just phone your order In to --

A of F. freight ollloe under the agency four daughters and three sons. as follows: i I"lut-Ur..nklll.t, Dinner 4 | No, 84, and It will receive promptand !miti\ :tg( maarn
Mr. U. V.vlllson, has been anpointid Monday night, January 7th, at the M' a [
agent for the company ii u Methodist church; topic for discus and! other Plates at Ocei ch. M careful Attention.

Palatka' In place of Mr. WIllBon, who The Pythian Sisters will inert l Ii i lion and prayer, "The Church of the 11:1 Lamps of all kinds!. and ... =
WHII promoted to the Tlfton Uu.olllce Castle Hall Monday evening, Jan Living i.W: make ut reduced! prices.
some ten days ago. ((1th, at 8 o'clock to transact business Tuesday night, Presbyterianchurch ', Our Toy Department 1< i III:: : L. C. Stephens I m Gay Brothers
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The children of the Methodist "Sunday ; of importance to attend.All members are requested ," ; topic, "The Gospel of God' 'i full to the brim with useful l ,
eon article
school enjoyed a party at the at half the regemlnrprices.
pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. The United Daughters of the Con IVednesdaynlghtBaptistchurch' ; COME ALLI to the Kirby and Morris Streets
"The Christian
JllackweH last Tuesday evening. federacy met with Mrs. George W topic? Ministry. R The
Thursday night, Methodist church I Leading Grocers of East Florida
Refreshments served Mozo 4K
were and of yesterday afternoon to arrang topic "Christian Institutions." Palatka,
course the little had for. New York 5 and ice
time. people a nice a the program hundredth fitting celebration of Friday night, Presbyterian church ; Floridaj':
one anniversary o f IS
"Missions, Home and Foreign" Store iII!!
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Gen Robert K.: Lee. Notice ot the 'MM"'! !!" Our stock
Thos. Hlnchctllr prominent orangeKrow..r The pastors will be pleased to see was never more complete than now ::
west of Crescent City was In ceremony and the program will be a full turn out of the Christian pee- I the city on 'Ve<.lnesdI\Y. He state published next week. pie of Palatka at these meetings. .. FALATKA, FLA. M Notice. new goods are arriving weekly. ;;

1 that that Ills fruit was badly frosted and The Wilson Cypress company o f Jan .GII'hgltclLllnu"IEP, : 'm ,JBiujBinhw: "m imiiotl! The annual meeting of the Stockhold I A few of our specialties:
much of it Is
had now dropping. He this city in accordance with Its St. Mark's Entertainment.The era of the Snide Cypress Eoor Company Beech Nut and Ferris Hams and
shipped about one-half of his/
New Year custom of LOST 8
Black
Umbrella
many years on with bone will be held at the ollloe of the company;
crop before the cold. Tuesday sent its check for $'i0<> teach Christmas entertainment given handle, bearing Initials "I. H. H." la Palatka, Florida, on Friday,February; Breakfast Bacon, Ug
The disaster to of the white churches In the last Friday night by St. Mark's! Sunday : Finder can obtain suitable
orange crops in this reword by 8th 1\)01.\ at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon Genuine German Dill Pickles
county Is piovingnot to tm as serious city, and $25 to each of the colored school In the reoory building/ returning; above to I. H. Milliard GKO. B. SULDEN, a;:
us at first thought. At Mr. GrlrHn'a churches. The company also sen wns a great and hilarious succes'1'hewlntmereaf care O. Loper Bailey Co. Front Ht. President g Olives in bulk, Pure Olive Oil. Si

grove; in East Palatka. much of the checks of |5U each to the Publlo LIbrary the various contests -- --- ------ Peanut butter Fleishman Yeast Cakes
,
were as follows ,
fruit la unhurt, and the same is true association and the Palntka
at Han Mateo The damaging colt Fire department.Capt. Feather race, infants-Kate Cal. All the leading brands of Cereals, &
hit the earth in horn, first prize, pretty box of writ.
spots only. H. Brown of this city i Is Ing paper; Nettle Stanton, booby Vermont Tlaple Syrup S
Sergeant George Bassett will ter Putnam county agent for Lambert prize a game. New Buckwheat
minute his holiday visit to his par son's on-explosslve safety lump Jacky race, big II'lrls-Inez Holden, -=
ante. vn Sunday, when he will returnto burner,.which he is showing to the a bottle of cologne. W. A. .Merryday cll Graham, ::

{ Fort Dade. Sergeant Basset people, all of whom are sure to buy Shoe race, boys-Frank Weller, I Whole Wheat and Rye Flours alsoS
states that he will retire from the when they come to know its advant knife. 53

army at the expiration of hi. prenen HUTCH over the ordinary burner Cracker eating contests, general- : Pillbury's Gold Medal, =Siys
enlistment now but 11 months of[. There is no danger of explosion Walter Fletcher, fountain pen. Dealem III and: other standard
.
when one of these burners Is used Thread race, gener..I-John Marshall S I
Miss Lillian McCuIlough/ stopped Ask! Cnpt. Brown to show you all handsome volume of "Long brands of Bread andi =
over In the city Tuesday. with her the advantages of his burner. fellow." Crate Material
friend. Miss Minnie Buky. Miss Apple eating contest-Irene Keat Pastry Flour. iI
McCuIlough,: / is, a popular teacher Iimo I Almon Rosenberg entertained at
big, fountain
!MnulBon school and was return at the.home of his parents on 'J'blrdstreet Prof.me Dana Walden'g pen. exhibition ol of i Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies iiiI
all Kinds.
Ing from a vacation pleasantly spent last Friday evening in honor legerdemain was a revelation of ever brought to Palatka including
of the ,
In Miami with her sister, illns I girls composing the north end adeptness, bewildering to the mind
Kunlce; \cClIllough basket ball team. The house was Edam Roquefort, Cheese.
and Pineapple
amply satisfying to one's
decorated in the learn colors, red and of sense Fruit and I II E
!i. Horoon and R. L. Smith, the white, a large! basket ball suspended well-known. appreciation.In the The world professor U N"c: sti
of magic,
turpentine operators at C'arrawny, by ribbons being the piece de resistance. hence hie kind and BOTH
quite recently purchased the turpentine The color scheme extended voluntary gift to I
I farm at Putnam Hall until Into the the evening's entertainment of some =
some dining room where the table of his best tricks VegetableWraps.
months ago operated by J. M. Max- was artistically laid in red and was highly appreciated.
.isms well. Wr. Smith, who takes personal white. As the girls all wore the ))1 Lemon Street The West End =

charge of the new plant in con. team colors the effect was Indeed Were Seeking More Evidence.Chas. .
nevtlan with that at Curruway, will pleasing The feature of the evening :gja PALATKA FLORIDA =SS
now make his hon.e at Putnam jlull.The / was the unraveling of a spider's S. Russell,assistant attorney I
web, formed of innumerable strandsof Funeral of the United States, and lt m mEme J.U'm: IVe

council passed a resolution on red and white cord,, at the end of, Madam Quackenboss, a lady attor- -
Tuesday' night instructing the city which was discovered a souvenir for ney of New York, both prosecutor '

tux collector not to collect penaltieson each guest other games were Indulged for the government In the O'Harn Palatka Florida. \ are now prepared to furnish to order all hinds of
all 1UUU taxes that are paid on or lu, and much merriment was peonage cases, vltlted! Palatka for.a ,
before February, noxt. This ac caused by the time honored mistle- few hours last Friday. They were Dressed Kiln Dried Lumbersuch
tlon was taken for the reason that toe. Master Almon was assisted In here seeking new evidence.
owing/ to the illness of the tax col. receiving by his mother Mrs. W. H. One day this week they were seen as
lector, he has not been able to keep Rosenberg. Those on an A. C. L. train going south Flooring, Ceiling, Sideing Caseing, Etc.,
,
present were: --- -- -- -- --- - -
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hU ollloe open regularly since the kllsses Dorothy. Haugbton Jennie 'erliaps they were bound for Beefalo ----- -- and would be
lldxl taxes became due. rVeller, Lucile Bluff where they can secure plenty pleased to figure with you on tour next
:
Keiinerly. Dorothy MILLINERY OPPORTUNITY--WATER artier Rlnir im up, 'Phone No. ill call at our
or on us
of the kind they have no for SALE !rA
lass, Marie use and
Merryday, Grlzella Mer- factory river
on front
At the meeting of the city councilon none that they want. foot of Old 0 IJ: A F. Dock.
Tuesday evening the city engineer rell. Aline Canova, Tiny Parrott, break in water pipes causes mo to offer Maull
my slightly Manufacturing
Mervin Ray damaged Company Fia.
Margaret Wlllard. / Pal otka,
submitted profile of the streets UUBID LCMDAOO. stock at reduced
Messrs. Warner Hamm, Howard millinery greatly prices for the remainder of the .-
on which side walks have been ordered iowton, Walter Tilghman, Duncan A. B. Canman, Chicago, wiltes March .IIa OI1. The style and quality are not damaged, but the I"' -
together with other price is --
recommendations McDonald 4, ll\>03. Saving been troubled with cut -
Orville Ray, Edward one-half less. Everything iu -- -
millinery -- -
of value which the Yelverton. Lumbago, at dlfforant times and tried or at prices that will astonish _= =s

V council Incorporate. In a new or- ----- ... _- one physician after another then different and delight the econqpiical buyer. : -== Jutna.tC. :
dlunnce. governing the construction ointments And liniments gave it up The balance of my lovely Silk Shirtwaist Suits to close pharmacy": '
for
of sidewalk The work of construction
WANTED farm with house altogether. So I tried $10
of the new walk on River street, and out once more and each Former price $16. Come in to This Great Bargain fALATKA, rLOHIDA.
buildings about SO\ to 100 got a bottle of Ballard's. Snow Liniment Sale
however, will begin at once, there acres. State terms, which must be which gave me almost Instant relief. :Ican I Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries andPRESORPTgoN
being general demand for It on the reasonable. J. V ALENTI1fE, 1501V.. cheerfully recommend It, and will The Boston Millinery Store
part of property owners on the 68d St. New York City, N. Y. Add my name to ;your list of sufferers." OAAREFUL.LY I
attest 1-4-at Hold by tekormen-Stewut Drug Co. MRS. ARLETTE MORISON Designer $ OOMPOUNOg0.
False a.a.aD&N scan. teems ltiJlott .........bIP am." '

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