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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 11, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY! JANUARY 11. 1907. $1. Per Year.

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h--- $:_ _; 8T/1TENRN'r! Of TUB OONDITION The Lee Anniversary. Fortnightly. Club Meeting.An .
or TUI I "L TESTATE
HAST FLORIDA SAVINGS ft TRUST OO.) lu compliance/ with the order of I NEWS. -1] Interesting; meeting of the Wo
Clou. Stephen I). Lee, commander of man's club was held Jan. 4th at the
We Must HaveFLOOR On the Dr I'AkAtKA, FLOUIDA, the United Confederate Veterans, the .- '---; -' -.;..- - club rooms. The subject for the afternoon .
flirt
day of Dnaombor A. D. iwjD" a. required >
by I..Charter.HEHOCROEB Veterans, sons of Veterans and Gainesville U to have a new ..vInits : was "Social } Purity. Mrs. '
daughters of the Confederacy .1 faIntktj ; bunk the same to be instituted CJardner, as chairman, had as usual. '

toana .. ...... will units ill memorial exercises preparedamostlnstructiv.program. t
end Dtnconnta .. $JI'I.! I8.6nl.oaiiH by Phifer Bros.
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on Mimgfiitoa '.... .. .. 17.114.6UOverdrMLe at the court house at noon Bittiir- Excellent' papers were read by the
-BtMmred Uimoonred; ; :::: 7ul7.hM: January 19th eo commemoratingthe Live Oak Is to have a large; new fello.vinK'ladres: Mrs Hilburn, Mra.Ilarnett .

SPACE Uiiuklnu:: Ilottao. furniture. .. and. otliorlloal one hundredth anniversary of and modern hotel something; It has Mrs. Weymes Walton and
I ] KHtitlo ... .. .., 14,07 .OO Mrs. Gardner.
IT.R. lltiitilit ant other BeourltteM"., ""'otIO..VU the birth of Gen. Robert J2. Lne. needed for a long; time. A contract
Dills of othor"allk.and If.8. Moloa, Itiotln.ooClnld The address on this occasion will WaR let to Hugger/ / Bros for Its con- It was announced that at the next }
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Cheek.and and Hllvur UaHh..ItomH......::':::::.::'........ T.fjiH.W:!IiH.mDhiliiB (: : ) be delivered by Ueu. Uavnut of BtrucUon last week the contractprice meeting, January 18 the subject to i, ,
Nlukoln and VnnnleH.......... 111II.'" Ocala./ The program/ as arranged/ by being tiifi.MO.:! be considered/ would be"Legal Status
c1 a boo from other Unnka' aod Uauk..? '77,4H8.7il Patton Anderson Chapter U. 1>. O., of Women." The chairman for that 1
4 On which to.display the mammoth stock of Spring will be as follows: The cotton gIn nary at Onlnenvllle afternoon also announced with much 1''I
f.>7a,4 aOa lies ginned a total of 400 bales of cot-
Opening prayer-Kev! -.J. F. Bell. pleasure that she had been able to

Clothing which will begin to arrive on February 1st. Capital SUiok.,..LIAOILITIKM..,....:..............O.OOO.OO Hytnn-"How Firm a Foundation," ton thin year, 1WO! lean than lust sea- secure the promise of Hon. 8. J.
and It U Bald the reduction la
In order Suriilun Fand .... ....... 'HU.UUU.OUDndlvldad by church choirs of the city.'' I son, Hilburn to address the club. This 4, .
f to accomplish this result in the three : profits::::::::::..::::: l.MO.U: : Introduction of Oen. Vavant by I about on a par with ginnery's( in all subject being/ one of such general interest -

weeks l left IlKllvhluat, Depoelle,8A7,0A7NH, <\ Dr. E. W. Warren. parts of the country. to women it was voted to
have
us we decided to ]let the people have HiiviiiKH' iinpimi'ji"......, .:w8,16r.NllDaround >> > ; i
: CJurtlllnat I ; a orf3o-' Address"Life and Character of At the Instance of the adjutant make the meeting an open one so
_ ? A' all our k peel ,.... ... ..... T'f8.fa1OeaeB'
Certined Ohockn .:.......::::::::: MT.iM Hymn-"AH the Saints Who from disbandment of the Ht. Augustine hearing/ Mr. Hilburn on this occasion.
( Their Labors Rent. hides for lack of proper discipline Therefore all the ladles of the city .
$ ; 'i4 Winter tn7a,4ee.ua'rATR Presentation of Crosses of Honorto and failure to measure up to the are Weight Clothes FLORIDA I l .. Veterans-Mrs. Patton Anderson. requirements In efficiency. meeting January 18, as guests of the
COUNTS: 01j'V'l'NAM..f Hymn. club. PREBS KEPOBTKK.!
We, B.B.Orlll Treaaurer and W. B.Burdotte, The exercises will begin promptlyat The United States owns about a

t ; at a slight margin above New York Manufacturer'sCost. that Hearotary 1 the almveatatoment of ald Company fa true do solamnly.wear to the: tonal ol noon at the court house and Pa 400,000 acres of land In Florida of which subject The County. Commissioners. I
to homestead
our knowlotlKo and bullof. latka people should fill the courtroom entry
B. 8.DRILL Troaaurer to honor the memory of the 111,21)9) acres are in Putnam county The retiring board of county' commissioners -
W. BUHDKTTB, Heoretury. touth's greatest soldier, statesman DeHoto county ban the moat! acres of met on Wednesday and
This means Stylish Hand-Tailored Elegantly r ATTJSTI K.8. Orlll W. H. Cook, I.P.; Tenuy. and hero. government land ((01,1)84)\) ) and Lake wound up the business of the year.
t Mworn to aubitcrlbad before m. till. Bud county comes next with 41,801.! Deeds to the gravel lands at Inter-

+ b Finished Suits of the Most Desirable day[HEAL of January] AU RICHARD 1UU7.\ IT. ADAMS, Board ef Trade Election.. HllUboro ; sented by J. I. Wlmberly and C. J.
Public, mate of Florida.My have awarded contract for the
Fabrics Notary a
for The Palatka Board of Trade at Its
Everybody. 8UI.IOI0.IN O'Hitver and warrants were ordered
commlulon March
expires
lease of their county convicts for the
r I mooting on Monday night/ elected drawn In payment for '61.110 and |Wrenpectlvely.
There isn't ; the following oilloers for the ensuingyear sun' of $28.20:. per month each The c
a shop
? worn or shoddy garment h ( OOUIIT OF OOUNTY JUBOK, In and : contract also provides that the convicts '
for Putnam Oottnty. Htntu of Florida.In : the board also accepted the road
W in this store. nmttnr, ot PETITION; of F. V. Owen uaKxtiuitor President, Howell A. Davis. shall be worked. within the roller, ordering a warrant drawn for I
of the lust will and to'tamont ufUurtla VIce-President;, H. O. Hamm. county. the first payment of fl.UMI and RivIng

"' By reason of this", reduction on this season's'-cloth-, hold ntlitcir 11. Martin.nt private,ilHooiiiMHl..,Ie.to null latulii of Secretary, H. M. de Montmollin. The Fernandlna Star hat been succeeded two notes for the balance. War-- "

$ t Upon ooiiHlilurutloii of tfitUI petition: It nppeailnu Treasurer Henry trun". by the Fern ndlnllo Record of rants were also ordered drawn for ?
I ing every man and, youth in Putnam County can real:: that emute, till tleHorllwil of the. puraoiiH. In anltl ItiteroMteil petition Inulil The meeting was well attended and I which J. O. LaFontlaee Is editor and &175 In payment for the road machine

tiro non.riiHUUmtit of the Strata of Florida; the election was harmonious. The the Fernandlna Publishing Company and clamp wagon.J. / .
Flint Hitbrlnn I.. Wlioeldr, reHlclen In Mamli- board of trade is composed of IheleadlnK' Is publisher Mr. La Fontlsee Is W. Conway was paid $3(30( on account -
Start the Year Rightwith flokl Martin, Vermont,tlurllH;Martin.thill Otirolln)1I.ol..o Buaklln Martin B.Edwin B.- business men of Palatka and I'one of the brightest newspaper men for filling In bridge approachesat ,i

II. Mill-till nnd B. ii'. Murtln.uanli resltla during the past few months its ROtlou -, In Florida, and will hake of the Rice Creek.
In Plaliitliiin. Vermont) that May M. Lniiau, has resulted In several prospective Record an influential state paper The board also passed resolutions t
a new suit and have the satitfaction of knowing resides: In llabot, Vnrmont| that J. H.Hooker ', benefits to the city among thanking Chairman Canova and
and II.H.Martin reoldo In Kant Mont- which be mentioned the action In the clamorous cry of "more people -
that he is dresssed the best of ppller, Vormont; that Kllaabtitb.: M. Bhui'tleir may tor Florida! let in the Clerk Joseph Price uniform coureay -
# as well as them renlilon, 111 Moiitpoller: : Vermont; that of the state Railroad Commission us put and kindness and untiring /
HopbloBI.ClirpiMitor, ......lo.ln Keiolt. WIsCOIIKIII In ordering/ new union depot and a qimlllloatlon that we don't want watchfulness and promptness Incoking
; thnt\ Katie K. Provnncher; that Abble, .roaUltnIn : A. harmony of action in this matter between them unless they are of the right/ after the interests of the
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Khlmilnnd, WUooiiBlu:
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4jJ In this store are the Clothes you'll see t'E Marten renMc'H In Wuutmu WI."OIl".n. ; that the railroad company and the kind. Our vagrancy statutes don'tseem aunty, The resolutions were una.ii. 1
._ reach
the worthless
Fomor, lilo Moatuoiiiory, board. The board's latest move was to fully
rworn today in big cities by men who know ffi.he'a_ A:::; :,I''I'I: ] that, Alnhaiiin G e';orij ;}Foster\ ,Ouiirlen rmliU-o IIIHlrniliiKlinni P., : for' the pro Lemon permanent side element already In stock.with Better niously After disposing paa ed. of all unfinished f' ;1''
settle state slowly good
what is who set the The illus Martin, renklws 111 Berlin Vermont; tbab A.Kiirmer walk from street, out Third up a business the old board retired and
style style. -H. '" call' Onorge W. Martin, reside liiKovkton and River streets to the Wilson people than to fill rapidly, wIth human the new board consisting of I... O. I'
3 llllnolH and that 1 Funiilo M. trash.-Live Oak Democrat
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trations show' some of the advance mollels'E frown o"II<: 1i1{
IllCtknl /nolM; and that vauli lire on- The board has" also complied commercial I. In rile state Is cor- oyner, T. J. Rogers/ and B. T. HolaIIL .11
genuine Schloss or; Kirschbaum suits; medium R'r ] to 11 sliiiro In tboHO certain described lands In statistics which have been Everr.Uerll1l1n. attend the Installation presented their commissions and d

r d ,nvtha 1' 'tnnm: North County'Imlf,, state of thnHoutli of Florida i half I of Loll, forwarded to Washington looking to of the Urand Lodge of the Sons took: hold. ,
}length semi-formfitting splendid examples h of I > the Boutll an appropriation for deeper water Janu- The I ,
EE- of Block TWENTY-THUF.W ("all) of Herman in Jacksonville on board organized by electing L.
4 belt of Lot l.nf Black THIRTY lal1( ); Lot, t from this city to Jacksonville.
:: ary 20thand 21st. A cordial welcome U. Stephens chairman.
taste and fashion. T\VKNI'Y-KIGIHT. ani Lot 8 oj i
good good !; of mock ;
Block THIIITY--ONM 181)l); the West hall of awaits them all and It will be The new board took up only routine -
3. Int I, mid the whole of Lot 4, of BlockTHIRTYTWO Directors Elected.At one of the largest and most Impor- business and adjourned in the

They are not too extreme and not too staid; ';, 55 mid' nil of tot 1,(of A1))Block: the mexcopt Lot B, of thn Block, Kant 1, the annual meeting of the Put tant factions ever given by the Germans afternoon. !

m font of niikl Lot 1, oonvoyod to \VatsoiiMtokesl nam National Bank on Tuesday the In the state. A special program -
:
H you will !find them as good style a year from ) of F.B. HUd e..uullvlaonof I Block 8th Inst., A. K. Wilson was reelected / has been prepared and a real Famous Orphan Boys' Band. .
1'WloJNTY(\!()>. all ofHatsuiua", nucordlim to old fashion good time is asmirred to
Geo. E. Welch vice i
Illod In the Olurk's Ofllcaof president
now today. They are some our the map tnuruof
1 as among Putnam County Florldn, us set forth In president[ T. B. Merrill, cashier and all. The famous boys' band in con nee- 5

attractive Clothes-models for gentlem n. t said Petllloiil, Chas. Hurt, assistant cashier. The The Merchants Hotel at Madisonwas \ tlon with the Georgia Industrial
each tnuRnlil
many h therefore, and of you
Now nbove; you nniniKl: ., and inleroaledherein : directors are F. H. Wilson, W. H. destroyed by fire last Friday Home at Macon will give a concert
parsoii
Come in and see them all. )j ] ,are hereby) notltlttd and cited to up- Cyrus, J. C. Vertrees, sr., T. B. Merrill mornin The Merchants was a at the Armory on Friday night February -
ti. < ut,nr heroin and allow cause If any you.have Cleo. E. Welch A. S. Wilson large three-story frame edifice In 1st. qk

Remember this sale is no closing out ,. E why Iw urnntud tile ',.nil l nil! to niiikB sale of salil/ real entitle, Jacksonville. built over 20 The fire occurred the finest boys' band In the eouth.
years ago. ll
of '{ and the proceeds thereof distributed nc- The boys nave given concerts
antiquated
musty shop worn garments between one und two o'clockIn
OfC' corclliiK to-luw In iguch C..o. Hindu and througout the southern states and
F provld"d. Fitting Both Bnd. the morning and nothing was
but a sale of It I. further ordered that thU notice be saved. The house was llllecl with have captured the people everywhere Il
published In. u weekly newspaper published Press Agent-That Ingenue is us One hey have gone. The band never
aud two missing. man
&Co hi said Putnam County:', four consecutive. green as they make 'em. What shall I guests are ; fails to evoke enthusiastic applause.The .
February Ift'h. A. 1> 1UU7 named Bloat, who escaped from the
1906 07 Winter Goods fINE CLOTHES |MAKER5! ] the weeks date preemllng herein named to show eauxe say about her? Manager-Qlve 'em a building, has since died from his In- band Is under the direction of
1'iilatku' Florldn Prof. H.
ConsUlured nnd ordered at long and dance about her girlish fresh- uries. Goodlng accomplished
BALTIMORE MEWVORK on tills January I1h'i.t'6j 11017. musician and trained leader. "
nets and her pure young art. Press
[f M.
The fast winter schedules roads The Home halO
on endowment
no no
Judge or 1'II'IIIII..Oollnty.
"Nosh County Agent-And what shall I about
H- There will be no accompauiament with this sale. We are depend. >-' ,-.' state of Florida.E. say coming Into Florida went Into effect money ahead no state or denomina- a
HABKELL, Att'y for Petitioner, Miss Pasiee's "Camllle You' know this week and the through trains are tloual aid, and tbe proceeds of these ,
ii.g alone on the High Quality of the Goods and the real, substantial *' he's just completed Century run In coming Into the state loaded with concerts go to Its support. j

JNOTICE.Tnke the part. Manager-Oh, throw In some tourists. The big east const hotels The price of admission to the concert I
reduction In Price at which we offer them. verbal pyrotechnics about the splendid all open this week and the annual will be 60 cents for adults and ; 1

1 ) notlnn.thiit" I will nreBonton the llrotThlll..Ul maturity of her ripe genius.-Baltimore !- tourist travel may now ba laId to be 2 5 cents chllhren. No one should tl
ot ia'.hrll"rv.II-i7.be heard; >to or the nHBOon unrclonlimI 'hore- American. on in earnest. The bookings at the miss hearing this boys' band.WELAKA. .

\I urn r(l'.II' inoy'rnlliihilHHiio. : the nppHciitloil of Ponce tie Leon Royal Polnciiina and
lIorlloo B"vl lori pl>rUon. Royal Palm Hotels Indicate that the .
ullty to murder In Aa ITnjtemlll.r Localltr.
CLOTHING The nunllcniit planclod sensou will be a record
FEARNSIDE the B.iconil iloxruo lit tlin full term of the "Where was he struck by the automobile present
court for fake County In low.AnyanailuilrliiK ?" asked the coroner. breaker In the number of visitors. The Whist clnb met with Mr. and
l h. heard titan and
4 there on the ; limy of'tlio applim.tlon.' "At the Junction of the dorsal and Hon. Jefferson B. Browne retiring Mrs Palue at Nashua Thursday i ,
IJW'I ( C. IICD/E8. member of the state railroad oom- evenIng. IT, E. Wald very kindly
l-ll-2t Attorney for Petitioner. cervical vertebrae, answered the surgeon. mission and chairman of the board cole the members from here down

gave a falrwell dinner to official Olt his launch. The evening passed t
"Will you please point that out on Tallahassee at the Leon hotel last very pleasantly the ride home lion

$4.00will the map?" asked the coroner indicating Thursday night.; During the progress the river in the moonlight was a {

COMPANY one that bung on the wall.-Chicago ; of the dinner Mr. Browne spoke great treat)

pay for the JACKSONVILLE Tribune. with feeling of his connection with Duff McLeod has returned to Mad-

EVENING METROPOLIS until the state government during; the past !sort where he Is attending school. :
1908. The quicker four' years and bade an anectlouate
January, youspnd Fair Plmr. adieu to his colleagues. Bishop Weed preached at the Episcopal -
in your name the more you Mr. Spat-Now, If yoa'll just listento church here both morning and "

eilattkiei Florida. will get for your money. It is me- Mrs. Spat-Oh, you can't convince fruit arid Vegetable Conven- renlng. The services were well t

bargain met Mr. Spat-Probably not attended. 1.
not often you can get such a tion. '. .
Address but If we're going to spend the rest Robt. Packard H. E. Wald and
in ,
a newspaper. annual of
At the eighth meeting r
/
of the night in argument I want my
others
held some went up the river on a
Growers association
Carter & Russell Publishing Co. hare of the time.. the Melon hunting trip Monday
at Gainesville last Saturday a resolution I
;r 9' Jacksonville Florida.Leading was adopted calling: a. convention Mrs Batten of Palatka la here on
A Vrealc. ot Frultand Vegetable Growersof visit to Mrs. Crawford. q
Maud-She's quite a linguist! She the state to meet in Jacksonville
has eight tongues at her fingers' ends on Wednesday, Jan. 80th and appointed Gene. Hlgginbotham is here on avisit

--- $-- Bill-Is she In a museum-New York delegates to the same. [ to his mother.

FOR SALE Times. The object of the Convention will The Epworth League held their 0

bfl to take concerted action to bring usual weekly) meeting/ Sunday eveii- "

- Go toW Paying your debts Is an expensive before tbe Jnter-Statu Commissionthe InK at the Methodist church. i
matter of exorbitant freight) and
of commercial credit, but John Callow's launch with l
way getting met an
rates and to
refrigerator get lome relief -
LandIn unless you are rich It's about the only on the same.F. accident Saturday on the way to ( ;
Improved and Unimproved way.-Puck. D. Warner secretary' of the :Nashua. They ran over a stray fish 1
i Melon Growers association, issues trap; the wire tlelng up the wheel.

lioth City and. County. S FRY 'CUBED LIiHD OO. the following statement to the fruit 'he launch had to be hauled out to

0 A. B. Canman, Chicago writes March and vegetable growers of the state, tree the wheel.

-- --- '' 4, 1903. "Having been troubled with asking their co-operation to remedy : F. C. Cochran left Sunday for a
Jeweler Lumbago at different times and tried present conditions : trIp down the east coast.
one physician after another, then different "It Is a fact that we have no oar i'
load rates to the East on of our Mrs. Cochran and Miss Smith
Strunz ointments and liniments gave It up many
Henry ] altogether. So I tried once more; and products, and that the grower has pent Monday at Pomona

Watches of all Grades. got a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment to pay just as much per package The pupils of Miss[ Madge Smith's
Palatka Florida for which gave me almost Inetant relief. I whether he ships two packages! or a music class gave a pleasant recital.

can cheerfully, recommend It, and will oar load of tour hundred. Saturday afternoon at the residence
!!- 13 Also a full and complete jc add my name to your list of sufferers." There is a carload rate on cantaloupes of Mm. F. U. Cochran, all showing ,
Hold by Ackerman-titowart Drug Co. and all other classes of frelirht much Interest: In their work. Miss(
wmiW line of Rings, Brooches, tfi to all points and if we make the Smith; read a short sketch of Cho-
proper effort there is no reason whywe 'ilti's life and rendered one of his
and Notice! should not got relief from this beautiful These
Bracelets Lockets compositions. re-
| Diamond Pins Diamond Rings f For the purpose of receiving/ tax arbitrary action of the railroads aswell citals will take place every three

returns I will b.. at the following I as a reduction from the present weeks to which each pupil Is privileged ,
c Chains. I t places as /glveq below:' high freight/ and refrigeration rates ; to Invite one friend. Tbe peo-

I Watches i: Johnson . .January 22d. charged; us on all perishables. pie VVelakn are to be congratulated -
Diamond Mounted Monroe's Mills. . .January2tid. Before the present rate law went in having such a competent musician -
All Watch Work Guaranteed. Barker's Mlll..January Si4th Into effect it was almost useless to located here for the winter. f _

Baldwin . ,. .January 2UthG. I try;; but conditions have changed,
Watches Mrs. F. C. Cochran and Miss Smith
Gold and Gold Filled | and If you will give us your hearty
F. HULLARD.Tax .
I co-operation and appoint at least took Bishop Weed to Como Monday ; ?
Assessor Putnam Co. one delegate to meet us In Jacksonville where. he was met by Rev. O. Ito-

to discuss this all-Important Ward. a
Signet Rings Signal Pins | Dr.:J. C, Davis, a graduated optician matter and to formulate some planof
Mo. at the
of Kansas is
P
City, ,
,
.. -,! action we can lie) doubt /get relief B1v. UABTIS, Liu 'O. 'ti
-- -- Hotel for few and
: ---- -- Arlington a day thousands
Seis. and to the
Signet V/aist/ | until next Tuesday. Dr. Davie 1 dollars save growers Of Waverly Texas writes : "Of amornag -

See our riagnlficent line of eomes highly recommended. He' of every year. local when first arising I often find a
sg This Is not a personal or matter -
A of Holiday tests eyes free and can help ...Uaftllct.ed troublesome collection of phlegm which
Large Assortment but) effects all shippers, be he
with defective vision. small produces a cough and is very hard to ,
.ever so and we earnearly request -
Goods. Call and inspect. 5 thai you hold meetings and dislodge; bUt small quantity of Bal-
Furnitute Carpets lard's Horehound Hyrup will aL once dislodge
High-Grade FOR BALK-Cheap for Cash or send representatives from your sec
easy' terms. Desirable home on Pal-' it, and the trouble Is over. I

SMITH The Jeweler atka Heights, 20 acres of land good tion.Kindly give this your serious consideration know of no medlolde that Is equal to ft.
Rugs, Lamps and Crockery. water, healthful location. Terms \ and advise us If you will and It is so pleasant to take. I oan i

eto., apply J. BRYDSOX, Palntkn. give us your help, as there Is no most cordially recommend It to all persona
i l-ll-U doubt but that by all working together needing a medicine for throat or
: Fla. The Prices are RIGHT.
Palatka, / we can secure the) much desired lung trouble. Sold by; \okerma08teart ,,- y
WANTED farm with house relief Drug Co.Southbound.

Silver Brushes ::: HousE FURNISHERSPALATKA and out buildings/ about fiO,to 100 Please let us hear from you as f r f
R. RYAN. .. trains over Florida
CAPT. M. acres. State terms, which Inu.t h. soon as possible.' 1
Silver I Novelties Mirrors reasonable. J. VALENTINE, 11I)1V.. East Coast leave Palatka at 11:10 a.
and 168d /St.: New York City N. Chamberlaln's Collo, Cholera' r m. and 6:10 p.m.[ northbound train
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FLORIDA Y.14at _.Di.rtho.. lutnxir.Buy leave 6:00: a. m. and i:66: p. m.
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While adopting resolutIons which Mow Wotl.sr .W.......
THE PALATKA NEWS demand that the raUroad companies aim YMkM Thrift.A There Ire weavers who turn out Tobacco is Made ENTIRELY from Flue Cured
Schnapps
Massachusetts man tells a story of of stuff They are
only one yard a year.
Entered at the Palatka. poetoffloeus : In Florida bring their business to a
I "Old John" Langley, a veteran Worcester the Gobelin tapestry weavers who work. Piedmont Country.
wallable matter of the second "state of modern effectiveness the in the
:, OltlMH.. horseman, that la illustratIve of In the factory In Paris, Which \III owned Tobacco Grown
Jacksonville Board of Trade at a Yankee astuteness.One by tbe French government They

\1I8hod: at Palatka Fla.,. on recent meeting made an exception of day Langley sought bis tailor average In the year only from one to The Imitation Brands Have Schnapps

_ Fridays byRUSSELL. the Florida Emit Coast Railway and In somewhat profano terms demanded three yards of goods according to the

_ eft VIOKERS.w. against which the business Interest "a pair of breeches of the best fineness of the weave and the Intricacyof Only On the OutsideOf

made no complaint. Major J. T. tuff in tbe shop." Of th* many the pattern. These weavers work C Quality

A. RUSSELL 841'.' Fatrhead, speaking to the resolution, samples submitted Old John bit upon a st band looms, where they put In the

-_ .. -- .- .- ---- said l this tribute to the Florid, East beautiful silky broadcloth" the most filling or weft, with a shuttle belt In the Plug
costly piece of goods the tailor bad, the left band. The back of the tapestry .
Coast Railway was due, lest In a
.
MAKING AND KEEPING
I and. although this was most unsuitable Is toward them A mirror shows

MONEY. general attack on Florida railroads, for the purpose, Langley Insisted them the other side. Baskets of wool imitation brands are claimed to be "just as good" as

the one notable exception to tho that It was just what be wanted. Furthermore In every shade or color surround them. Hundreds

The ability to make money Is very rule be forgotten and go without the, he declared that he desired !['heyIIIe 1,400 tones In all. Skilled as sale that look like Schnapps toSchnapps, but there is only one gen-

common among men, but the peculiar credit It deserves. It "made up wrong side out." these workmen are, their pay Is no on uine Schnapps. Be sure the letters

faculty of retaining It la much Tbe tailor expostulated la valu, but bigger than that ot tbe ordinary Amer. bacco The outside of the imitation

more seldom seen. There Is little Popular protest against peonage the trousers were mad. as per specifications Icon laborer.' They get about 900O a oftobacco is flue cured the same on the tag, and stamped on the plugas
plugs
HflerlnK from Inability to earn a loners human nature The businessman and delivered. ;year on an average or about $12 a under the tag spell S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S!

living, but the Hume cannot be said who oppresses" robs and terrorizes A day or so thereafter a friend. calling week. Those Xlobelln tapestries, requiring Schnapps but the inside is filled

ot those who Imve never luarned to labor Is a disgrace to his kind on Langley remarked on tbe trousers years In the making nre otOul'8e sweetened and then you have It-the most
and should be punished with the utmost An offer of with cheap flimsy heavily
In uncomplimentary language.Langley In time of tobacco
nave plenty. of the law But the rule wholesome produced with
rigor said be was satisfied. More $30,000 wouldn't got some of them. tobacco. One chew of ,
The life Insurance policies no -, should. well air cured
popular protect as as punish
In offer from Old New Gobelins can't buy at all. to
guying resulted an you sweetening
i the business man who has been In- just enough! : preserve
at acknowledgment <
present are an tobacco hunger
will
has thorn satisfy
cloth cost French
The
,f lured character and pocket by John to bet $50 that tbo government Schnapps
of the fact that the average careless or malicious persecution more per yard than that In his friend's made to give away as presents to Its than two chews of such to- the mild, juicy, stimulating quality of

man cannot trust himself with should be equally entitled to the< trousers. Tbe bet was taken and the friends-people of power and position. longer the leaf tobacco. Expert tests

money' not especially needed at protection as he might have doeHr'l"ed tailor was to decide It. He named the -New York Press. bacco. The color, size and shape prove

mice, so to overcome this. tendencythe the punishment of the law. It Is price. Tbe friend would not believe and of that this flue cured tobacco, grown

frequent and small Investment not only that business Interests may that tbe rough goods could be so costly India Stabber of the tags, plugs packages

i} plan has been Introduced, to thebenefit be made. of to such suffer heavily-that carries the I until be was shown the shiny silky Caoutchouc was Introduced to Europe certain imitation brands of tobacco i in the famous Piedmont region, requires -
defense a prosecution '
Then be other men bad M. de la Condamlne on his return takes less
side. paid as by like and sweetening than
of many who would oth..r.wlae profuse[ expenditures. of money, but have been made so much
similar bets so that Old Jobn reaped from Peru In 1730. "It Is, saltl
on ,
this amount In trl'l'h,1WA'I. t hat[ the reputations of clll"el'Id" ) has
[spend and
communities. have been made to quite a harvest, on his original. idea. Its discoverer "a most singular resin! Schnapps that they have often been any other a wholesome,

aim'her. .Florida Times-Union. Philadelphia Ledger. all much by the use to which It It devoted belief stimulating satisfying effect
The Installment plan for paying I. as by Its nature, which Is a accepted by buyers under the on

', fur household necessities, and luxuries Messrs. Russell and Vickers, of the Better No Food Thim No 0...... problem to our most expert chemists.It that they were getting Schnapps. chewers

.. too. Is another example of the Palatka Mews, have sprung into Tbe creole would ratber without flows from a ttee growing In several If the tobacco

same thing only of a more question& I special prominence through the Institution a few meals than miss a good opera parts of America and 'Is called caout-- Sufficient proof has been secured you are chewing

able benefit to the public. every-day against libel suit titian for of.10IXH a plain). A with a fine cast, nor does this admirable chouc by tbe Maine Indiana on the to establish the fact that certain don't satisfy you more than the mere

The catch-penny devices" In spirit merely apply to the middle banks of the Amazon." Long before
many Palatka Jewish merchant has a and in viahabit of expectorating stop fooling
public places' live on the same' weakness grievance against them arising out classes. Many charming little creol. Charles Macintosh began to make bill brands are infringements

of human nature. of certain statements published In lady who mlKbt.poillt to a Marlgny waterproofs In 1828 the natives of Quito lation of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco.

connection with the O'Hara peonage/; on her escutcheon would not besltate were using the rubber for the sam
The man who spends his wealth case. Some editors< truly have if hard pressed to do her own purpose as well as for boots and bottles trade will continue to be imposedupon Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers

for things outside of his natural am! greatness thrust upon homo It Is housework In order to be able to blossom
and many other things. The new the suit formerly bought costing from
reaL needs, mid which do not bring to. be hoped the senior member of out at night in her proper place, and mysterious material had a bard by these infringers until 750.

: value received to him in some of the the left[ to firm take will him have to the sutllclent State .Legisla funds radiant and exquisite, In a loge (grille at struggle for popularity In England Dr. already'entered and now pending to to $1.00 per pound ; Schnapps i is

elevating phases of life Is. us mucl tore where great, things .are expected the opera. It matters little In New Priestley probably did more than anybody Schnapps is decided. A sold at 500. per pound, in 5c. cuts,

of a hindrance to society as the of him by his brethren, of the State Orleans to what unfortunate straits else to make its novel qualities protect

miser. His trade no matter how press.-fc>t. Augustine Record adversity may bave driven a lady known for in 1770 be popularized It great many of these imitations are strictly ice. and 15c. plugs.

limited will have a tendency to even though she may do typewriting forever by showing school children bow

stimulate business an unnut Hon. ". J. Hilburn. of 1'alatka Is for people whom abe meets socially It could be made to efface' pencil marks.Horrob. .
upon growing In the publlo estimation as there are enough noble minded peopleof TOBACCO COIPANYVINSTONSALElI: N. C.
J. REYNOLDS
ural and unwarranted basis. one of the States', al>le. men Firs the anclen regime who will help her R. ,

What are the so-called hard times! he made one or two speeches on thedrlllnae to forget the pInch of poverty and see Is modern
hurrahf
"Hip, hip a
which occasionally come upon UK question that attracted that she receives tbe greatest consider -
and the "hurrah"do
Tbe "hip"
State-wide attention mid the phrase.
but the result of this very thing during ation. This inbred chivalry In one of D
to bave together before
trial of some peonage cnacs in Jack not seem come -
fluting times. of prosperity and l sonvlllo a few days ago he appeared tile most marked and endearing traitsof the nineteenth century In the CHURCH SERVICES. RrEBBCBCKnannaaa3ta.rrjrrr.rrr3 tj

plenty" we Invnrlnhly buy more fru- to flue advantage us an advocate. the southern character lending to eighteenth century hip amounted to K

t ly of those things we could and do We shall haar more of Sam Hllburias the south an atmosphere free from our Just "hi," or "hello," while "hurrah" ; A. CO.

comfortably live without when times time moves along. He Is not fore parasitical flunkyism over mere money was then usually "huzza." It Is like the ST. MONICA'SCiii'ncii, novo V. Barry' W. Merry day I

lug himself" on tho public attention or its Insignia.O. H. White In Har"- Cossack "Orar' but It Is supposed to rector.-Sunday : Holy Communion at !
Ii are close. 'l'hua our relll and hones but his ability will naturally hold per's Magazine. 7 a. m., HUBS at 10 a. m Sunday School)
, iieflds have been mlsrepretiented to him In the forefront of prominent have been a German cry of the chase at 3 p. m. Rosary. and Bonudlotlon at Dealers ,

iJi the business mid manufacturingworld J.'lorldilUl8.-HrILdror,1, County Tele- adapted by the German soldiers to war 7 ::30 p. in. Third Sunday",, of each. month
A Good Crltlo. }
and borrowed from them by the English
graph Mass 0 Instead of 10 III.
at a. m a.
only to redound with Increased _ '
Sir Henry Irving the English actor, of all R't the time of
perhaps first Week days i Mass every morning at 0:3t: \>,
force to the producer. The county treasurers of Florida once wanted a white horse to use in tbe Thirty Years' war. "Hurra!1" Is said "Way of the Cross"on Fridays at 4 p. m. Crate Materialof

Home authority once said that might do well to call a conventloi. oae of his scenes but no white horse to have been tbe battle cry of the Prussians Francis
ST. MARKS EPIHCOPAL Hov.
"the world as a world scarcely and organize" their forces for battle that was suitable could be get. At last In the war of liberation ((1812.13)). II. Blehoy. reotor." Sunday sorvlo's: 7

makes living.(." In the holy cause of self-preserva a stage band advised him to apply toa Still, the curious fact that seventeenth am., Holy Communion : 10 a, m., Hun- all Kinds.

In all the world. history there I Ino I. Hon. The conspiracy against them certain distinguished actor.' manager, and eighteenth century writers call"lIuazar' day school : I 11 I a. m., matins and sermon :
Is spreading and the conspirator who be said bad such horse Sir
a a sailors' shout lends support 7-30 p. m., Evensong Strangers are
record of _
any government falling are talking! out loud It Is urged
Henry visited the Inspected tbe
owner. to the conjecture that It may welcome, seats free. Fruit andVegetable
account fit Insufficient funds with that the treasurers lira not wo.thwhat burse and tbe bargain was concluded
they cost the really have been tbe hoisting cry, ST. JAMES METHODIST Cannot, 110%',
tax-payers aa
which to
I carry on Its Affairs, but its but as an afterthought Sir Henry said
they have nothing much to do but "Hlssal" J. F. Boll pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
abundance has brought destruction draw checks against the money collected he trusted the animal was not fractious. Sunday school 3 ::30 p. m. Evening service

to many. It requires no uncommon by another oHIclal. The Wblatlor a BrlllUmt Tallcar. 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -

ability to simply make and board money Is always put In some bank "Not at all, Sir Henry, I assure you; Whistler was a brilliant talker and a evening at 7 :30 o'clock. The sacrament -c

,money, if one will make this his which does pretty much all the an excellent horse In every way. Why, (great debater. I shall never forget my of the Lord's Supper each llrst

whole and only ambition in but buck-keeping necessary to keep I rode him nlgbt after night, and all I surprise when I beard him say for the Sunday. All are. cordially invited to 1: I
life trunk of the funds, and It I Is InsIsted attend these Wraps.
bad to complain of was that be would first time, "Bacher, I am not arguing/ services. I
it. Is the find
to Individual
exception an t that the office should be merged in
when the 'PUEIIDYTERI..N
who Is equally talented along/ that of the collector thus saving to occasionally" yawn I was on with you; I am telling you. I never ClIUHCH. l6V. It. R. ,
stage. that Lynn Sunday service at 11 a.
forgot the lesson. Later I found pastor.
the county the compensation paid .
the line of properly spending It. the former. However the treasures Indeed" said Sir Henry "A bit of he bad used this effectively la one of m. and 7 ::30 p. m. "Sunday school 1 p. in. Florida.
Palatka
Wealth is seldom Inherited In nny are III no Immediate danger, a critic! then evidently." his letters to the London World when Strangers are welcomed 10 nil I tlie, services ,

(treat abundance( by more than two and very possibly no danger In the he said: "Seriously then, my Atlas an of this church.

generations" of the s.ime: family future for It will tnke a cunstitutlonal T". Wind Montk. etching doe. not depend for Its Importance BAPTIST Cuunoit Re, ,J. J. farmer. f

The honest labor and anticipation III amendment to ciTed the November was called by the omclent Its size. I am not arguing pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. ; preaching
change and the people of Floridaencouraged Saxons tbe whit taonat. or wind upon at J 1 a. m. and 7:30 p. 11\. ; Baptist
connection with the earning of thereto by tho Auiitra with you; I am telling you. He spoke Young People's Union 30:;| p 11IItmng.-
month on account of the gales then
wenlth has brought far more happl> I Inn' ballot, have II strong aversionto prevalent It was also named the blot French fluently, German less readily. ers are made welcome Sllcrl"l Commissioner' Sale. U, LOPBK RAII.BV. J. WALTER ", .I."nD
lies into the world, than its. PC> HHtion any tinkering! with the organic! His Italian was very good especially ..ldellG fcMHJy nntl TTHB
law. Some of them monat or blood month from tbe ancient 11iT, utuel'AN'r to mi oitUT timl ilociofl" of
has ever done. might vote to of then cattle under excitement, though occasionally 1'lie ..o..h..... ..IK intuit, lh'cmmiu'r U, tl. tutu; by
practice slaughtering 1mlul.
abolish the ofllce of tax-collector Circuit! The G. Co
a French word slipped In unawares .1.T. WIKH of time Loper Bailey
but they will have to he shown very I for tbe winter provisions. It Is said I recall A receding brow like a receding i ,',, Wi. tutu County' Klurldti. IN
adding to the plcturesqueness. : :
"BIG clearly where the advantage come i that tbe Bomaa senators wished to chin, shows a lack of will power and rU.VNf'hKY. :lii thw nuiu. ror the Petitionof
STICK NEEDED. that be considered Poo our greatest Oornollu, 1>. KHMlwht' ..Admln.Htiutrlxof '
1 of firm and The .. Insurance
In for them before they will consent Dame the month after Tiberius as a quick Intelligence time Ktttiit; ofOluirlt'H I.(.loixtwlnimMm.- Fire :
The miserable shipping facllltle\ to rip out of t he COli.tltllLlonluch months had already been named after poet-Otto H. Bacher In Century. forehead that bus projecting "bumps"over u \ \
forded! fruit and vegetable growersof an ancient and rejected' plank al Julius Caesar and Augustus, but the the eyes" Indicates observation. A tonsil, S ,toY, Mild eNtulle Leading American and Foreign
for time | of .11.L"hIlI0" ninonic
of ConSdonc
the treasurer's otllci*. Live Had Fleatr IJr'o
Oak
Kloildn during the past two or emperor, like Canute, felt that It was high prominent, bulging brow does" ht'tr, ,t''0., t wi otTyr nt
t Democrat. Augustus Thomas, the well knownplaywright pumimlic to tim lilidwHt uiul bidderfri'ttHh
three months by the railroads run -... possible to have too much flattery and was talking about first not contribute to the beauty of the .1", II r.lI..of time fiout, iluor of theIJ1,5 Companies

nlnjf; to tbe north and past" have been Cold Reached Tropics.In refused, remarking dryly, "What will nights and the heartrending anxiety of face but It and shows tbe both keen the Intellect absentmindedness of- (Kioiidu' ,i ,Houtut., on i MONDAY ii Piiliitkii. Putiwm TIIK, KouiU'li Oountv,

I the cause of great lose. to these Interests you do, conscript fathers If you have them. "On my own first nights," he HAY' of FKHIU'AKY' malT, during time HHII. Accident Insurance:
discussing the recent cold spell thirteen Caesars the scholar. It Is the forehead that (hours of r nulo, the follow-in* mil I :utllute Hltu-
III Florida, greater perhaps titan .said "I am a pitiable object, utterly mite In, .
looks straight, but which In
c and Its effect on tho fruit in that reality ''A ii l'I"nIIJ..unLy.ll.rhh., to.wlL. The Travelers of Hartford
without hope convinced In advance of
yet appeals to them.In h'ICL.I, pnrt
section the Fort !Myers Press of Dec. Th.l1.oh..It.bl.O..t slopes back a very little, with the eyebrows land UwaorllHMl, HI bfulniilimat I the teiittir of
that Is bound to fall. At such : i
many instances fruits and my play mi Oak) true nmrkrnl'X'Mtundlng In tliu
vegetables projecting and firmly marked, or-
reach 27th says: Golf Is cousldered bad for the temper times I often wish I bad the self confidence iiiiKtt itro\e a 1 toutevwn rods fi..... the KuittiHMindury Life Insurance:
the market nil right that Is one of the most desirable. Itspossessor
but even on a golf course will of tl.uHWitinp inlerim I g time Kant.iiuikorthn
We have Interviewed well known one of Charles neude. He, after .:, : :: : ;
hut. the will bo tolerant Ht..TohnnRl\ur, IxjtHKVKX(7t :
delays III transIt but firm, on
cause orange growers from Alva., Ducking- not see anything approaching tbe rudeness be had dramatized his novel of 'Never ( I 111 HIM-UOM K1VK1A.; I hi ToWnHli.p '1 KN: The Old Reliable "Germania(
damage and commission men lire notable ham Kstero etc., and gather, that that Is to be seen on the croquet Too Late to !Mend,' wrote on the margin steady Intelligent and decisive.A (lull\\.mtimtitim of\ll.uiKoTWKNTY-MKViCNJ.7t J : :; ,
to obtain the the fruit on the trees has ......more If :.ol. mill running' tinmen Kimt: until It I InlitrLMpta -
pi ices which fresh ground. a golfer "foozles" a ballor York
of a certain passage 'If the audi- u hut running North from K. W. Life" of New
:
stage
crisp products would command. or lest frozen. Some: say that only gets "bunkered" be may throw his ence falls to weep here the passage ban Kplaodo Johtmoii'ii: corner, th nco North
the oranges on the outer limbs were When Mrs. Bellamy was acting All- Twmive and Kitty Hundred*
That the kicking has not all beel( 11 frozen and that the fruit on the Inside club about and use a little bad language not been properly acted.: clu lu "Jauo Shore" the king was present the m.1"ln..0 e.nl.r.of u forttiln, dltuh, in Id Marine Insurance:
done by the grower l I. seen from the of the tree escaped, others think but be will not accuse the opponent dich rUlnllM I n" WON on Iot" Thruw

following extracts written by a I3ul all the oranges were injured but of cheating and refuse to speakto : Brltlab Choral a_....... the play among was tho not audience so potent as Apparently the wine ,..:II".I" ::: ( : |);;., Ht.>iHowoitt Jail,,. tiloiitf KIv rum:,nee of The Leadimg CompaniesAll

that the grapefruit escaped. It l is the unfortunate person for the rest If In tbe pure artistic sense the British hUmt< tim'riv uloiitf, bunk of.aid .I..r.u point
timbre commission house to a shipper of the day, which frequently big majesty bad taken at dinner, for dii.H-ily WiMttof.r..nld ".. ; th.mce
estimated that some. forty thousand a croquet player people cannot be said to be muleal L.u
'he tell asle.. > htiHt, to bvulmilnu, KuHTY
of Pulatku last week p. greatly to Mrs. Bellamy's
: boxes of oranges and grapefruit are does.-O. B. Fry's Magazine. there are It must be admitted mutes, Immure or irs,." "ol."I..lnl Claims Promptly
The transportation of fruits n"d still on the trees In the groves on the Individuals In multitudinous numbers annoyance for she drew' near HAUUI.D i.:. MEUIYDA Y.VOIIII..loner..
perlHhiiblo vegutaoles has been and to his box and with a most violent l .
worse Orange upper Calolosahatohee exertion Settled.
Above Ills Inaomo. who cultivate with eagerness both vocal I K. I'i.IfASKEfA.,
IHII| was ever known and unless rivers much of which has been inJured "So you have decided that Tallaferro and Instrumental music. But thereIs of voice which the part admitted 4'omthvl (or IVilltloniir.Master's .
something. in the neurfuturs I Is done while there must be clone to cannot of cried out, "Oh than false lord!" Oloe. S3 Front St., P41ATKA, FU
daughter.
to prevent these unnecessary delaysthe ten thousand boxes. of fruit scattered marry your unquestionably no people who devote and weke the king and thus like Mac Sale
truck and fruit business the river In Fort 'Mo t assuredly. not; wouldn't have as much time and earnest study I
Is not along Myers and for
t going to be. profitable.. We have hut live miles up and down the river that such a son-in-law." and practice to choral singing as the beth herself, she murdered his jleop and revenged U:rim r;!.'I iosiiro AND mid BY I VIRTUE mile rfmli.r.il of H drums In tlm,of I European .

oranges fiom Florida, that we r a has not been injured ut all." "Want's the trouble? Is he dissipatedor English, and this from the sheer love on majesty.-From, "An ,,01'cUIL Doui of HIM KlKhth Judicial Olruult Restaurant
twenty-one days In tr"lt.lnd profligate?" nals of Coveut Garden Theater.: of lorhlii, tor I'utuuiii Oounty,
veg- of It-Edward St. John Brenon In hv Ii:,,, Ifonoitililu Jim. T, Wllla:\ Jiulua:: ofnilil
etablus by express_ service ten days Will Inn la lll|> Alone. "Everything. He has an edition d* Strand Magazine.Old --- ------ -- ; Uoui I,iltit..t thn Will ilny or Ilm-unilwr. Furnished
III tnuii.lt. This. as you know, U. The cranky oM buvhrlor was Irrlta- luxe opinion of himself, but Is In reality I A. I). IUKI, v h'.r.lu If. 11 lay King la cuinlilulinint Baths
Hot Cold
and
out of .all reason.' It Is. now up tn lilcCnllhu the IIIII
Florida to do as North Carolina lies, Ira. HiiRhlpy. who IK It thnt keeps York Press. In the earliest code of British\ laws I ;ilioiiuiH: : :: William W.TIionma.Dliiy: I ("hUIl At
doiin for the last. two seasons; that I Itto iin.inul Lmwrm'nm<,, A.Thouiin::: mire<: (, :: : i
hOly, make these transuortittloicompanies I flnvlng: 'I Would Not Live Alwnjr BOW extant-nanujb/, that of libel Elba Weakened by Over-Work. I vlll soil nl liulillu auutliiii ron un.h. tu tlii
pay. tile damages. sustained "Thnt Is the Intly III the room, across Tbo Lobater. a famous king of Cambria (the present hlKluoit uiul lust "h'oo/' the rront iloor of James & Varnes,
inc loiirl
by iinneuessitry. delays. The. Arniour ''ho luJI. sir" nnswered the landlady."Well. "Aw, g'on Mike" salt tbe British Wales), who died about the year 950 Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. ::milt! tlotiiily House of I'utiiuni::: : on" time, First KlorUhl Montlny In-

Refrigerator. COIIIPIIOY lies bneihlauind ." continued Iho C. O. U., "kind- soldier," attempting to end the argument ( A D.-we find a canon enacting in It lined to be considered that only tim In" 'uhrnury"U.I"I the auiiin blnl Palatka FU. _

for this business, fur the past ty give\ her my compliment uuil, tell ; ;you're a lobster." plain and unmistakable terms that any urinary and bladder troubles were to be Ii-Kiil, hour..lay wile on tliut.nl",
lew years, but the A. O. "1'. traced to the kidneys, ihiy. all i ot tile We have J just In stock a. complete
apparent ii-r If KUO "" .pa Unit up much longer flatter me, retorted Mike. married woman whose husband was lulliinlilll iluiitirllivU lunil Hltnati 111 the City placed
I ly has. us much to do with but now modern Piilnilcn, of Piitnnni ofCrockery
Hlnt
tlio low Oounty of
service as the Arinour '!1" c-iiii rust" assured she won't."-Cblnjjo "Bhure a lobster's a wise animal fur afflicted with leprosy was entitled not ) science prove that rlorlila; portion of Blouk .11. HUliH'iii IIle
people, .IHI ,. ( News. green Is tbe color fur him .. I llill) aa >|IOH n tile
as long abe upon miip I City
as the Aiinour 'llefrlgerator. coiupsnj's only to separation but also to the restitution !- nearly all diseases of I'uliitku I: futnniii,
uounty Florida I ,
anil
cars have been leased to Iliv. lives, an' ha'll die before to puts on of her goods. have their beginning! ,rnors, pnitlc-ulnrly! described l na bflna oil lime ,
A. C.; L., that Is for North (Caroline. Clinrnct.r. a red coat."-Catholic Standard and in the disorder, of Wunt hue of Finil: etreet l, ut H point::: wlilon,

(tiinl we presume It will extend into There la a tremendous. power In chari Times. W.ollag tbo Bo... _Ab these most important 'iniirkH iussmo the Northniuit A. curlier of utiiil ounvuy- and the lot eiiibmces some of the

Kloilda. ) It would be up to this system i ter when nilek'c] to nhlllty. A great Casey-Ye're a har-rd worruker. Doo- origins.Tbe :.!ilaUHl Juno i"ro, uiul Unrliiton.wcorUi.il: i liy In prettiest pieces ever shownIn

of railway to better Its traimpor-" many youths. think that ability la ev. T..., T.... ley. How beds 0' morther have kidneys filter : No.'OI Ill of, ,: .I : Plorldn : Palatka. Would like
I"at Ion facilities.. It Today Is short many and purify the blood- ||::rtimmIimi5 the.ee fiori'rJr.1"1. to show them to you.Prices .
will "I...., be'iiiito arytblni: Unit It n man lias brain power Yesterday has pass you carried up that laddher th' day'DooloyWbl.t that is their '' tl.!! mUte ..' t irat street rensonable.
>our Florida railroad commission he cnn accomplish most ed. Tomorrow may not come; hencv work. i feet, thence
anything. OI'm foolln' th' : I\;\ : :
to the !; man; Therefore, when kidneysare weakor W'I'I Then we
get "Ular totlok" after your but he l Is n lightweight" you have no time to waste. It ;yon your u.r to Reid street,
railroads, and If It does. nina no mat- boss. Ol've carried this same hodfultm out of order you can itndersUmd how I'ol"t. street or nlley baveFurnIture
w not tlnr. tot how ollp. If he ,due* not odd! cbarncter contemplate doing something, betterbe whl'l UI" emimi' Ir. "rLy, n"O Lo have
will .bo. no necessity for railroads or an' down all day an' ha thinks quickly your entire body is affected and I'iOi'k. and House
at It "I" .
Lh''NI oull
I Inllro.id commissions. In the neir to tsls abUlty.-Siiccess :Maoa- Flttsburg News. ()('m worrukln'. how every organ seems to fail to do Its ,"li 11.! hit" .rU"\11 'roi
future. w i have all been il ne. duty. olonl time E".t snil street ur ahoy Furnishing Goodsat
throwing Anything. that Cao U.ad... It sick feel U unit olio-half < ivt| fort to Northvvaf -
are
mini' /William Jennings/ Hrrun fnr A.. BomaTlo.Jones you or badly begin corner! of lot of said U I IA. Fry, and
talking! government ownership of Not AhFKil.They .. Howeli-How does that woman strike; -My wife It very shortsighted, taking the great kidney remedy l>r. t."cu Kn-tc.rly'' nl..lI iry., North "". prices remarkably low Call
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" rnllroiids, but from the way the rellroaJs miy thnt Shifter Is ten years you? Powell With' any old thine. know, and has been so sues her Kilmer's Swamp-Root because as soon Blng 01 tOe. pluuu "' lw l" inspect them.
you
_ have been >''i.,,,,ul of MH: tlrie." She's wife. as your kidneys are well. they will help
niHiilpulated' for the my girlhood Smith (after taking a look K,N.OAJJIOtJN.IIENHV R. S. MOONEY.
all the other
'past' six I months William I. Jenningsis "Well. It'M not true. I'm his. landlord, organs to health. A trial Mp cl.l M..r.OOII.lul"L' .
at Jones)-Oh, then, that esplaJoaerI : will convince SfKUNZ
J r.nt so much out of the way as we anil I know h.-s Just six months be Wit without anyone.If .
kindness Is the bee yjtllcooot .
ihlnk but mean-It's ot no conseguenc you ore sick you can make no niis ..1.\0.
as these last few remarks hind.: Jnnulr hL, Liar.
have a political tendency we honey. take by first doctoring your kidneys. :;-U.1

: do not Interest. and suppoHethey Beware of Ointments for Cutarrli The mild and the extraordinary effect. of
yoU, we Executrix
should not, have mentioned thelli /." tie grateful for every hour sad a"o Putting food flies dlNAannd Htomsnh follft' that Contain Mercury Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great Notice
i! opt whatever It hrlinrs.-Thoreay.. pntllnil mOney Into a ,ixxjk.l with hol... Tl_ will mireS destroy tho annia or kidney remedy, l I. soon realized It lIeM: ,Is I Itorrliy: given that Bons
!1.1..... 5h mnranrr iiy of lIm.y, italY, I lfl : : :r .
. money, All Its 1 value KOCH for nothlnirWhunthe .m.lI.nol oomplaMrdannira. the wbola."" .10 I stands the highest for its wonderful cures report or anal
Tho I.eeBburg Commercial IMPERFECT DIGESTION.Uoans tilomitch. IN dlNeflaed with this allied when smIring It through ii,. muoatiaaurrMuaa. i of the most distressing cases, a.II., sold nc i.l' dud S. CX'm'utriz -
of the erode of dlinnitlnn ni l viii snI
> totaeat
. nutrition tho roowhlrh Snub .....01..innuM Never be used. axo"pt on htmititlt I at
I 4th Insr. sayki "The Commercial I.l IsHii'hoilxnd less nutrition and In const In put Into It I U (nivalloHt.. The nutrflonli praaorlptlon from raputAbla rb.0'.I..no. aa the I on its merits by alldruggustsin ilusriunr5ui\:: Mmmnniseeaoui mm. hItch Cxeeimlrlx.MARY and. D.'pl. for I"
: l to announce that Hon. 8. uenoe lees vitality. When the liver awl L".not traoted from it.. The body U wask lAmana Ihof will do 'la t''01.0110 tha good vnnoau ; fif ty-cent ;:
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blo"llmpo..rI.hocl.'fh. dnrl'O from thorn. Hair. Cats I liOura. and one-dollar sire 1ff NiNES, j
U Mallory will be a candidate to alls to secrete bile, the blood becomee .. ,poelfflt cnn "ba manilad TIle tnmftahi, DuaiUoIr. mauufaalurail br 9. Chancy Oo., Ipi"
I succeed himself as United States loaded with bilious properties the. dl- ,.caD ""ou..d. 'I list atarlliw mudlclno formaltnmnoh Tulmlo, O., ontalna no .,;,jrT, and U takenInlornallr ,; bottles. You may "Chave Pnliitka, Florida, Nov.ath, 1u"uLrl'"D Home-Mada Candles
I Senator from Florida. This Information estlon becomes impaired and tbe bowconstipated. .' ftinl blood Domor Ptoreoa OoldamMllcal ,a., ln."diraeiy upon time blood end a sample bottle Bom.otsw a Baoi. -- -- --- All
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DIMOvary. Hrtla' with MNmll ,
| r prompt04a -
mail also
U. auttlclently reliable to M- and the i rnuooun aurfaoaa of the m..rI buying by free a pamphlet tling you n. Grace added
a. Herblne will rectify power on noises ot dticaallon ftndliltrlllon. Haifa Catarrh Cure ba aura you lbs ren.i. how to find out have Rowley Something new
l luiy all apprehension.as to our senior this; It gives tone to the stomach, liver It la SMMIVO| | onra for almo.I\aiM' In. It..la taken IntomrUlj ant made lu Tolado, i you or ,
Sriiator'sambltion In Iwirdom of Lh..o..no. snd atiraa olNo Biifilj O- T 1 chancy' Co. To>tlmonli>la tree bladder trouble. Mention this paper
! this particular and kidneys, strengthens tbe appetite, liaanaii' of Ih. hMArt blood', llrar and othnr nr- Sold, br all Drumliu.; 7,o. per .botle.: when writing to Dr. Khmer & Co. Pianoforte Tercher and M every day.
: and It will be gratifying to big. thousands tears and Improves the. complexion, In. .italic, M base thalr. eu n'f>In a _..II or oil...... Tabs U"II'a family Fills fur mm.tlpatlon.Chamberlain's hamton,N. Y. Don'tmake Bmx- CoaahliiKon AccompalllB
of friends. condition of th' Mtotnaoh. any 1.1.'lke
SMITH
In ,
Florida
to know fuses new life and Superior L. A.
vigor to the whole Instrnotloii
Dr. Pierce I'laaiwiit' Pallatl ..... a.ntlp. but remember the Dame, at ,
that he will seek this further evldouce ystem. CO cents a bottle. Sold] by t.oo--o.. a ..ntl.I.\I.., two or(din for s Cough Remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,Swump.Rot, Residence 1upll'a
of tbelr confidence." J St. palatkO.
Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. olIjbsnie.!' Lemon .
dress, Binghamton,N.Y. on San M *
;. cures Colds,Group and wbfiopla Cough every bottle teo and Palatka. .-

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-10'11Most II Crescent City News LAKECOMO.Prank .T.I. of Co....

Peoplein Wllllann, son and two The clawhammer, or evening coat, II'' do I tike C rdul"? writes Mrs.

-- -- -- friends. arrived Sunday from New bas many oddities of cut. These oddities .
..... York city. They are guest at All were once essentials There Jelemma Mullins of Odessa. W.
;;;;;;o.o; : i Prof. was, ,
;; :; L. I). WalJeii
the View Cottage for
,; niHrlulnii| several weeks. la fact a tOne whim every Idiosyncrasy "WHY'
i t tf gave an entBrtninmeiit III V I. A. They brou h t their line bird dogs and of the clawkatnmer served some Va. "Because, after sufferingfor

Crescent City ;? Our Gash Drawer ''1 1 Hull hiNt Frldny nlKt| m n pnukpil, will bUilt tend ll.h w hue hel'/ useful purpose. The cutaway front of

houiio, and for nn hour and it linlf Iti vs. JiimfHOockciortand chlldrttii the coat, far Instance was originallycut several years with female
'F SfFull
f /V held the cIoueHt nltpntlim, of bill and Kirs\ (liiire are expected this away" that the wearer when ou '

and Vicinityhave of Money v >, as I he performed. hick after niidleiioe L.week! roin tliBlr homo ut Northpi.it, horseback would not bo Incommoded. trouble, and trying different doc

I s//F trick. Prof. I.Mr. The two buttons. at the buck were for
I I. To our friends and ens- < entertainment Wnldeu gave !Itle,! first and J\Ir\ howard, Uatim of fastening. up the tails out of harm's tors and'medicines without obtaining relief. I at last
!.1I1f!( since learned > bore nbniit nut your Bionklyn Ohio, are i-xpertpd Wed. each tall

that liigli-chiHB! groceries I.tomeI's.! we thank we want for to say that .i J.I'v, "11'0. "lid those who saw him ,,n Vhiit iipaday. 'Thi-y uru our inosc popularwinter buttonhole way. at its having end. In The the sleeves past a, found, in Wine of Cardul a golden medicine for all my
the
't you trade occAsion tourist. and their
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say that h" now has, t iimiiy with their false cuffs are relics. of the
C/l.II1J8/ bought ehi a]>Ar at that you have given ua new and even moiu wonOvrrul t lilcka.IIIIIIIY frlniulH will bn., Kind lo HMO ihtuiiiKain. days when uluvves were always turned ills and can recommend It above all others for female
Mr. Ua" .
our stoi-D" than elsewhere.: I ii', luring the past year, and \t i tespecially lIe certainly In 11 favorite III CroBcont laat week stun I It will line soon launch tm nrrlvinl putting Lunch and therefore were always made "

\\'e\ want, all' the wrn'tlrhouseltoel"'u on Christmas S!/, City. Theeiitertaliinirnt, was "spuo., merilly over tint wnitrs of Lake' with cuffs that unbuttoned. The collar complaints. ; ; ,

to know this day.Ve will not resort /, liilly pleasing to tlm clillilriiu ithoI CJotno.Kdvvard. with its wldo notches, Is a survital Cardul furnishes safe relief for backache
to bombast of tbe old collar that was notched headache
f\ or drawing the will I
never laom .
ij I ceiiHa wondoilnir I of Cleveland, Ohio,
I thewonclarfuljinhta
fact. Tliuy; can know hy /, w long< bow as to the amount Jt I will nrrlvu Wt'tlnuHday. He will be lu order tbut its wearer could turn periodical

calling and let ua quote N. i c of our sales, but you will ,.P their eyes beiioltl.t u Kue"t at All View CottiigfMil. It up conveniently In cold or stormy pains irregular, painful or unhealthy cata-

prices .' e* flud us on hand to wait \f t Their Silver Wedding.Mr. \ J. A. !MoNnli was called back weather. Tbe dress coat, In a word, Is menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women
to INvw a patchwork of relics-relics once essential -
Jeraey, owing la I the severe
Our stock is always th8BES' on you, and we will give \!f \ 'mid Mm.V.\ 11. Toiiipkliin of lllneim of hai' husbuiid.) but now of no use,, on eurth.
it' tha lowest suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate
you A
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prices and women.
Philadelphia Bulletin.
FHESII. tropsay, 111., who are BpeiidliiK the Mr. and ;'Irs. Tims. Carson have pure
and f
always
good Kooda. *b'i winter In Crescent mov '(l Into their now home on IJBII- '
City celebnitod
medicine for ?
vegetable
their silver caster ace.nisisersi W.**.*.'. Fl... Talk: to o Fl.... girls and women who are subjectto

I GONE wt'ddhllallIlvel'aal'y 011 wn preaching at the M. F:. I bad a chat once with old John At-
i fy New Yearn tiny ; the complaints peculiar to their Has
1\ lIy their| Invltmlou sex. benefited
i'i'i the church Sunday B. m., Junior Chris- taquln than a patriarch, among the .7)) :. ;
t following persons took cUniier tlan Kudenvor nieHtlnff III I h" after few survivors of the Masupee Indians. '
Tlie' Shoe l MAll /I over a million who used to suffer do.
with as ,; '
them on tlmt noon and you ,
day n.t the Turner Kpworth LeiiKim niBetlnir He bad often beeu Mr. WebNter's ,

orlle Box Moteriol. '.\'JL Crescent City, Florida. \t/, HOUBBI Dr. and !Mra. Joliuaon Mr. wIle held In theev nlni<. guide and companion on his fishing At every drug store, in $1.00 bottles.duscTaartuHy&iyourymmnoe .. '

.__ .I..Jbc and Mrs. 1) Colmniiu nnd daughter, (Uld ta..'. Lack of II urn.,. trips and remembered clearly ninny of !

,. -,-.---:....:......<,c.cc:. ....: <.....:. MHH! Fanny Mr. and Mrs. n. S. Bar- It tms universally acknowledged (bittMr. their happenings. It was with a glow WRITE US A LITTER 1
ecu, Mr. and of love and admiration amounting to ; WINE I I
Mrs. N. A. Buckles, Gladstone'. memou7 was prodigious
J W. MILLER :- -- --- Mr. and I Mrs. Joseph Krtuter, Mr. but tlierawas a certain lord chief worship that ha related how this great .nil we)Mill eons'you F,.. AisLe CAR 0 U I .
Veather lU-port. fisherman after
und l Mrs. Ira C. Justice of England who thought the landing a large trouton In plain sealed' envelop' *. t dlVLhntianootr
I'rutt 1\1 .
( rcurgiitoilv: ttmiiioratiira ror the week endln "a"IS. D. the bank of the stream, "talked ', & :; 0 F
:; AlvJlclneJ
Crescent City, Fin.
for fur and Mr. and Mra. l'. A. told him what a mistake be had made
7 a. m. a |I'. m, II p. m.HI lira 21 Uri Pratt of Milton, Vt. 'j'ho dinner occasion after listening to what seamed and what a fool lie was to take that
20. "Ramnlay m it no 74 Bl I to him a "tall st ry" of some happening
WILe such fly and that lie would have been all
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could
81) Hunilny. M 7a IU: 71 bl as lllot have been had of the mans
... HI. Monduy: Hi 7u nfl 7V tu lit Illinois at tillseciison. great early years right If he had left It alone."
with ho: lord chief
January iniiny justice determined to go
I. .1. ."..lay.. 01 ,7 II77'A, 01 fresh frillta and Who can doubt that patient search \
vvtftlnbleK: nnd him one better. 80 he said that be remembered -
aaaa a would
2. disclose
Q Uedimiiday! 00 7flvf 114 77U AT same where In Mr. Web
lot n I. 'Tliumdav. tt.114: SA 05 75 "BHU" which could not have buen bultui' when ha wns only nix ste""''. speeches and writings, the elaboration .
GoodsatCHAMBERLIN'S .. Friday 0.1 n u.If 71 01'4K i>pnri-d than mouths old nod In Ills, ,
Holiday a I n. WILLIAMS, Ob....... by tIu" iiiiu. Turner. lying crndle, he with lilgb Intent, of that li ,
It I; e use an. 1 III.-al diiyfur llu m-mi- saw his nurse surreptitiously help her- "mighty strong and fine" talk addressed
fl -- -- Oiolll l soil to a gloss of brandy and suld to
puttlnir OIIH III mind of JUlie to the fish at Masbpeo"Fishing. \'

Toys.., Fancy ( i I a iiVa le, ."" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" lily l In I llllnolH the inerunry H'Klsterlnu himself: and Shooting Sketches," by Grover'

'ii" pnll'Ciiri Wagons.Uresxiiig. lnir.es\ Whi-flbarrows, :L:J. :! Personal! and Social I' i at 8(1!(). the The bride guests and heartilycoiiKratulated my"As mother soon as) I can speak shan't I tell Cleveland. For Emergencies at Home


r: Handkerchief CIISHH.UIIHUH llovH, Pictures/and LII ."" "" ................"" "" "' ''' and wished for them at leant unnlher gloom was"The Mr.thing Gladstone's In absolutely comment lmposnlble lu his" Irate Husband Wo... wish XIII., madam, you For the Stock on the Farm ,,;

I and( 'Picture (o'I'IUI'M, Vases t:! A. P. DeWolt was a bualnegs visitor limrter/ century of happy nmirled gravest tone.. wonld not Interrupt me every time I

:. and Fancy Huskels. Pocket n to Palatka on Monday.Mrs. life. IniC. Pralt. The lord chief justice said afterward try to say something! Do I ever break
lot Books Ladles nnd dents Ink R In when are talking? His Wife-
that ho had been beaten because he you Sloeoxs
LiixinveivtIs
Stands.. nu C. H.:: tloweii went down to Oranges Arrive in Good No wretch to I
knives forks Shape.The bad reckoned on Mr. Gladstone. baring you ; you go IlleeplII.lIelou.
Silverware. and
rS Sun Mateo on :Monday to spend a
lot moons. watches, chains and PI New Yoik Packer of tho Othnut. a gleam of humor. .
charms' fobn. rings necklaces aU lay or two with her /trlendi, Mr and I has I the following conoHI'ulllgIho "1 wits mistaken," he snld sadly. ..

cull buttons stick pins, match Mrs. J. S. Crosby. elfuut on Florida cltnm frulls III Gladys refused Fred two weeks whole medicine chest

i.I safes, manicure .seta bracelets LI Louuds luia one of the Ituest hair a he late cold : )llx.d Mttapbov. ago, and lie has been drinking heavily
fountain pearl handled since. Ethel-Isn't it about time be
pens
Mr. Spurgeou was a keen collectorof
of ladles stationery to be seen In ..he opinion seems to prevail here *
U pen holders sterling silver LI mixed metaphors, finding a rich stopped celebrating? Price 25c 50c & I.OO '"
lot thimbles Hewing sets side LIcotflbp. ,Florida. Very much of the stock Is hat 25 to 1)5) per cent of the oritugea (
.. and grape fruit unpicked l Inlt. Held in the correspondence that dally
IJI of the best trades. jt was It Is estimated that 1>80.000,000 worthof Send Booklet Horses..C ..ltle.HoQ6 & \
Souvenir Chlnaware. takes coimid"rablu tulle to find overwhelmed hIm. Two or three are For Free on ultry.

I Neckties, gloves, handker- LII Miss. Elizabeth 'Christopher olluckaonvllle out Jules to what bxteut fruit Is inJured given In the Cornhlll. A lady IncloHlng British treasure lies sunk along the
: chl..rs. :s terminated a pleasant but the tenor of 'letter doming a small contribution for his schools route from England to India. Address Dr.: Earl S. Sloan. Boston Mass.
I;: "
r. Hanillton-Brown f Shoes: -ev- LIII visit with Miss Abbljean Miller last how h'OIll1"IIII'ld"nuIwhile that considerable coiilllctlntr, wrote "I hope this widow's mite may Tax Notice. 1
pry pair guaranteed. IJ (dainaice wau take root and Its branches untilIt
spread
dona. -I will bo nt Precincts with Tux
Monday, when she returned home on
Fine from lOb to The
tiI.J
Candy becomes a Hercules In hands." Ltnoks
ha steamer Crescent.A. Supplies of oranges are not so your on the following days!
par pound. LILi !.I leavy, mid 1 the trade Is taking olferHKS Tbe pulpit prayers cf ambitions probationers Inlerlachxn Thursday. Jan. 10.

C'oiTees.Chase &Fox Sanhoru's lllver BuUnr.LI Teas and. t: K. Hawkes, the optician will very Ireeljr, and It loons use lf H added something to tho great I Johnson Friday, . Jan. II.BORtwlck. .

Royal Hcarlat Canned Uoods LILI be represented at l-ouncls! drugstore Inn im.rket will tule fur the next preacher's. store. One prayed that Thursday morning January -

and I will two or three weeks provkli-d. a rush 'God's rod and staff be ours while 17tb.

lot -If tha wU brmt have put not tlio up.KtMifU you vant t U'i'J : today reated free tomorrow.and all la need yes of glasses be all of to frozen nmke stult hero decline.Is not NO- heavy tossed on the sea of may life, so that we Urandln Florahonip\ Thursday. . ..afternoon.. .. .Jan.January 21. _ h__ __ __ ____ __ .__ _- .

: ll\i{ > UN your oiilur and w* will gut It. IJ prices may fight the. good fight of faith and
24th.Baldwin.
should call at the store this
('iitiiloKiitf' of J.,wolry toonlnr fiont.We during "Dealers are therefore 'lending no
4 tiikitonlHrii: : I for KiiHravliiK.;, :LILi :J JIJ visit.A liuournKeinent to Rhlp.I'| to send 10 the end soar to reit." Still another School, Saturday, Jan. 21./
]>o"k tliruiiHli our stork wln-ii you P1Ii inltheie which allows tout of the prayed "Gird up the loins of our On the above dates my ollloe will
nr. urior Clliilntiiins ult. Wo urunitre number of Crescent. City winter that receive the. latter beclosed. A. S. WILLAHD. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
lot lu Iinv0.tiiielliing to 1,1.'"...you. n recent freeze. It Is not believed chat minds we may
visitors, the majority of whom cai..e hU fruit will come by ale..mer In rain." "A.. if we were barrels' whose Tax Collector. ,
:
C. L. Chamberlin. :J JIJ .. ___ __ _. __ ..
uch condition that In n
MLr from Illinois, met at V. I. A. Hall cun null. loops were loose was Mr. Bpurgcon's Cornrniccsion IVIercliants. I
: r. r-C D DDCCCDCCD in Tuesday evenluK and organized net, some dealers go ..a far as to pl'e.dlct mailing comment. St. James' Gazette. The American Magazine has.
that It may be nuc-esmiry to have
he- "Illinois Club," un association he health department take a hand Changed Hands. Tomatoes Pine Apples I

for social meetings. Borne twentyr provided the atulf does not carry Buitllnar Mm.. d. ....... For 30 Year It. was Lctlle's Popular ,
'- "_Io;"' W"'W"wQWQQW' the club. better than did some of tile fresh and
> more joined omid fruit aome weeks. Ufa.; The la my lust letter I mentioned going Monthly.Ida and Early OrangesVegetables :

:1 JFine Stationery 1 1a Miss Spencer of New York a for- ulvlue Klven the Floilda glower to visit JIttio. do Stnel. She was just :1'
U. Tarbull. who wrote Lincoln
of several tilts In been going out as I got to the door and but
to seek
slier popular Knout auusoimis vai lably I a mat ket anil the famous "Story of Rockefeller Grape Fruit
Ladles of Crescent City and I (Irovo Hull arrived last week. for tlu-lr Cruz,," stuff usurer home ao for' Mr. Roger, who was coming out Whllam Allen white the well.known; L LlJl

,' vicinity wanting* snincthinir: \ With her is. her mint Mrs. K. Hull"tags hut the fruit will not" fall down as I went In, I should not have gained Kansas editor; F P. Dunne creator (if
really nice In, Ht..tlonery.wlIl while .. \( tiaimportod. admittance. There were many per "\1 8tannard\ and
c and her cousin, Mr. J. K.: r. Dooley ; Bay Baker 279 Washington St. IVTew Yorls.i .1J'
surely find what they want at The Packer' llaltlnioro cori't sons with her and she was running Lincoln StudIous are under the leadership j ;

our Htoro. We hays It In nU Inker: of Kast Flshklll, N. Y. Theparty pondent suj's: about and. talking as fast as possible. of John S. Phillips, now milting, "'- ___..,..--..>._ AI ., .----- -.----- -- :t.

grades. _____ i is .plensnntl.v lui-uted at UI'OV" "A quiet and tense market has I Elcr dress and manners. are very ex- Tea AMERICAN MAOA/.INK;:, '.,
I Hall. III ellect all week Never before has such a brilliant ---- --
been cituaed' byhe iroordlnary. The news of Lord WelUllgtoU' -
If have Clitllsor! 1".n'cr. been gathnred! toguthor and they
you gioup /
natural falling oil of the holiday I had arrived anti
just ,
take lllalno Shiver I la packing and shipping victory are not only' coutilbutlug themselves,
insliiBss added to the depression felt I
I the remaining fault from U. H. 11'011I from Floilda. she descanted, upon It with much animation. but are ill tog the! magazine with the

No. 44. this. week. reports I 1 cannot better describe to veiy best novels and short stories andgreat F Oranges
Urove"
1 I I'I Swell's' "Island The moat injsteiloim! I lung reluIVH i GROVE HALL ,
the you the bustle also muikesthan by say- timely article's by other famous
h'. Uowon always hiss bright fruit, to ao-cullml freeze U that ,
It will help you irct Kid of t'l while the reports contlnuH to crone hag that, leaving her, the streets of nrltttraanil beautiful pictures by great n
iheinQitick. >Guarantee : ; I and It will be rHinuiiibvred that It III that the freeze has been nf terrlblvIfect 'I London seemed solitary for as to noise oitlstou. n Crescent City. Fin I Ij Grapefruit,

1 Cure when taken acnordlng fS I was fruit from his grove that gather- the stock arrlvlngfroni Florida and burry ami rapidity in the succession A Great Bargain.' A Populur. Fmnilv Hotel :i I

to directions, 2Bc u lloltle. ed In some of the prizes at the state la In fairly (rood condition. of evontM there Is as much difference The regular price fortha twelve numbers j under the niaiiHgHiiieiit or Win. ..

,: For...1. nt horticultural meeting last year. "OnVednesdHy, fur Inatance, between her room and them as of 1'Ha AMERICAN MAOAZINB Is 'J u. Noiton.A c Tangerines :
load of fruit *1.SU-little enough aa It la, but for a
or eight
HVBII car In the midst of the brat or- ::i
llixlaea A 0-Hnra'a Mill. McCormick senior member between them und the park at Buistrode. -
John limltnil time the November
.c II. A. Klnii's BIHL-O., were soil at the unction, and brought you van get section of 1"101"110: ..
\e i (7. A. Knowlton A (10'". Pomona.. jf the New York fruit commission ul' to *3. When opened the fruit .-London Athenaeum and December. ltOR) numbera, wth a u u UH."IIIItrtlwlnl(PliiH bo"llnlhlnl( and LI !.i Sold only on u commission <
(4 1 II. H. liiivlxui .t 00'.. "joust,. full subscription for lUll) for a (
11111I1.0.0., luori4utowil. house of McCorujloB-, Hubbs & Co., seemed to hu In Al condition So year's 2 bird ..huo'ItllllBllluUflll vl'aor basis by
aa the stock art'Ives III that con- Tb. Pvaooclc at Horn.. dollar, or 0
lIstrriMssI. onu hotel .5
'I Htoro, JJunviir. here this week. Mr. Mo- 1 (Crescent! Lakes from 57
Is
.1.(.1. ltoIIn.utt's. "..vII lot. expected dition, the freeze IB going to be dl.- The real home, of peacocks or pea 14 Numbers for Only $'.00 :1 verandas. Handy to stenm3 "

J.llorHHn M. IH'itluil ift Psi,.,It bholl It.turruwav! Hill IT,)0,III.Kin. I Jormlck Is the largest individual counted. Home atutl has. appearedn fowls Is lu India. There they were and Think of Iti I Think of the quality. of ; bunt landing. Board by week

grove owner In the Crescent City bad Bhape; there Is no doubt ore buntod. and their flesh Is used for reading you get for 100. Think of the ;1 and month at reasonable rates.a iii 8. B. Dones S X Co. I

Lound's Drug Store i section, he having. about I IM acres of bout that, but the bulk of the atutlaa food. As the birds live In the same region qu.mU.y-at least two groat I ovels. 1)8 Caters to Noillieis Toiirlats.i .
i od antI thetandard.
been In K" shape up to .
short 2H 70) arliolus.
bearing trees.Through ." aa the tiger, peacock hunting Is avery stories poems, timely Write for terms. IJ
'j Crescent City, Flu. I dangerous sport. The long train 800 beautiful. pictures. and all for 20n Dunne St. New York. 1 .
Soi" the of someone --- -- -- -- --
error on part
100.
""' ee ee.,., l! the name of Albion Hutchlnson POMONA NEWS. of the peacock Is not Its tall aa feathers many How About. Your Wlpier Reading? I j; Wm C. NORTON lis
suppose, but Is composed of ,
I' was. left ott the honor roll as published Cut this ester out, write your name t Prompt
which grow: out Just above the tall Fla. ,
..6. :I: last week. Master Mr. and Mra. J. Edmonds: and address of and mall Crescent City,
Sporxcer:: ::! : III the News Wesley anti" are called. the tnll coverts. Peacocks on t. slip paper g BODO
cronipanied I by their daughter, her It. with .1 l 00. Bend 1C uow-tu-dILV-
Alblou made the excellent averageof have been known for many hundred ;1:1: O OO O 3rp
Dentist. De- Little son, and Mr. Uaalidollararrivedroiu before the special 1* months' elIot is Reliable
of ,
05 per cent for the month ArlliiKtou N. J., Friday, Jan.th. years. They are mentioned lu the withdrawn. Send. It by cheek postal

-.- lember and his name should have Mr. and Airs. Esmonds\ have 31ble. Job mentions them and they money or a dollar bill at the publisher' -
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Olllco at Boelilonca. on rnapaot Btrsot. been on the |Ut pent many winters In their pleasant are mentioned, too in I Kings x. Hint risk, to Tics AMeRICAN MAOAZINH, 141 Efficient.

Crosoent City VIorIdsStJerin little borne In Pomonn. und their re- drods of years ago In Rome many thousand Fifth Avenue. :Mew York City. READ
The Misses Margaret Lee of Ureen urn for another season will be wel- peacocks were killed for the great : ; In.cd-Rlo

Cove Springs and Hilda and Master 'collie mwfl. to a host of friends in feasts' which the emperor made. The I Ibrnln. .: ....."/,-"- .;yd..lom...

Rivrby Daylight.: franklin Russell of Jacksonville, this locality.W. of the peacock were considered. .. nT.J :.._

The Beach S: Mill! LIne : spent last week boris guests of !Mr. S. MlddlHton spent Friday and I a great treat and many' haul to be I 'lflte Crescent City, Fla. '
.... Saturday In Jacksonville; on busi- ,
nrJ Mra. C. S. Oowen. These ple.Itnt killed for a single fount. 1 PIshei'sClaimsSustained

Stoamer CREHCKNT.a4haiurda'y : people returned to their ess. urr.f. I' The
young Tim How property"ores.Ceilt
l.IftV.JCkt5OflVllI55OTflsh(7l. Tb..I. steamer, delight-; Prof. Ileilly roturned Thuraday I.anU XV.'. Ftu...... Diamond. Ioij2cIorioI
>' al'i"u'ii"mr'fbr'cira, ('UYe.L homes on Monday's Hill"-Is now on the innr- <
ftIHlCCras0un' and and III from his tour of the state and re- "Comte,'" auld Louis XV. to too Count iJ\on.tl\t'l
I':," ( Qlt7 prlu.lpal W"y eel with their week's outing pours. I adellKhttul, trip. de St. Oermnln, "will you help me to ket. LOTS !IIOO.

.H"tiirnlnKl..,...Crma.nloltroii WMlnM.y with Crescent City. attention to _
love Particular given
." '.KrliUy.. and Monday at 7 .. m. Mrs. O. H. llendrlcka und Miss gala 4.000 francs, ? I have got here a J'/I'CIZOa' -
JwikiKinvIUe". wliart ootot Laura Htr.' The Walker orange packing tent Margaret. liradc have returned from diamond wills a flaw, rained at 0,000 I Cro'OBiit City propi-rty listedwlb UNITED STATED COURT oc CLAIM
r"l )lmu.mi'n "'1tB MOST B8AUTIFUL MAQAZINB I
| was taken their visit to the"Uradt Homestead" Tho t'it.lishere Of. Wbflt. Internationa
,.t.. wnarf foot of Lamnn *trr l ear the canal bridge franc It would be worth 10,000 If It ; \ me.
IN 71111VORLO" tUut It" ,4 til ffnut.thti I
Dictionary auloe la
In lluiitlngion for several days last |p.pu.
,week and ,.. After
down ou Friday of last were awIe having the diamond -a AAAA Ittr tui4i.ilOjc; -r thorough/] ro-wl.t luesrerysIdle
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to Oitaudo. The company week.V. carefully weighed Louis banded And the otto tnufaiiue: : ; that la different t ---::" "-_ .. ::: ': I 'I..,,,01 t nut).,.wii-amo.! In every purl,with
A. Q.TOF5REY.Undertaker shipped \ E. S. from all\ others It contains 50 or the imrixMw"ftnluptlftif I'to moot tho I 110'110"
und Mrs.
examined It
last shipment of oianges; \ M. Williams It to the count, who ml- and severer ruiiulroiuauU tt another.._
made Its Ureen of Wrlaka spent the day Saturday ; nntely and replied "It might be done, more superb" I'ic sties. monthly exquisitely) NOTICE.APIMICATIHN \ tlon." .
and Entbijnier.Pull from this place on that day. 'ibisfItiul with Mi.*. W. I U.::! Mlddleton. printed still h Iii irt t"ne ink. many of W* lira of. too pin'on! Hint thin Uetratlon
sire, if will allow mo to keep the
you r.... FlKAtUlHCUAIUIH. meet anU uouurauily I dtMurtbea the)
Hlllall, of tlie being in colors. The magazine YDXIHIIITIUTItlX' cluitiJf
has bought ninny crops Miss Leda Houston has returned stone for a month" A month later be pages work that tee" b"ou, HPoompMtdiwI: .: and the
la bound viili ilk cord but In such a
tine of Caskets and Oofflna ,
this season result thusthusl'eaa" eaehe.I. abe Dlattfinarr,
at Crescent City where she the back the diamond almost inappreciably six months >n fruit Keuka brought
roin spent manner that it laitY. IMS easily taken apart ., will tile an It slow" ...tnml. Itiui boon borouwhljr\ n>>
Telephone ) I
had dealings with bar father. KabriiKry' the Mil.: A' !> IWI7. ..llIooIln litntl, has boon .,i Ml In "i
and all who have holidayS with ; less In weight, but flawess. and wllli the County. Juiliio of Pnlilim rou.uyHorliliv every wirrv
OHESOENT: fairness. to friend of The Pictures Framed Ilimf with return.aflrnimll. every part,HUH Liadmlitibly U'lttptod to meettthA ,
FLOBIDA whom
O1TT their The Jeweler a my report
to
them attest Miss Ethel Smith Is reported very .. 1 lurKcr nti Wlllard. county tax collector, III Irom the prevail vpldeinlo of LouIs offered It for sale gave D.UOO There Is enough gooJ reading matter tosnake *':goo: :upon: ,the and I'otltlan tlioruuiton, : now apply at f.'lro ui In irenorHluia: :; wlilali k doiiuiuilM; tliiin iiiurtt of unniiltivKiiliilnuiiiU
s..sricdit. I1WIOtIoa i
A. S. week neasles. francs for( it, but the king repurchasedIt the nini Crescent City Transfer Co. spent a couple of dll ys here last as a curlolltt.-T. P.'. London periodical published. the eiilele, of 11'. I>. 'kurnmn, du- lw ittusl'si" | nvetlleM to inltl tittWS. referto
ACKKKMAN
taking In county tax money. Mr. C. II. PlpUr la enjoying ft. aliortesplta Weekly. Ask your newsdealer. for the current ausisusi.AN Admlnl hANSIEP.; lr trl. i>i tile Kutikta ofr... DAekermiul tie from hla duties at the A. C. _ haudle it send S-IO-Um lilfrlumt authority In atmuraoy of dutlnl
advertiseddate does OeueUMl.
number. If lie not ,
,
UttoU before. his and that In ike' .
all trains at Oinaor ot City Juno- Willard came while lie too Indulgesn Lion use futuroMlii pst '
liars ,
ulllce
around some 1. York. US his name and address with :your name wiii M UISSUUXt*oC oouatuitt tttforuno
In New
lion. Night braloa by appointment In order to visit Vomona'M latest fad, measles. Modern Progress and addreaa. for a sample copy. Regular OBARLEH O.WOTT,ChM Jwrtfae.LAWRCHTK .
among his friends aud see the town, Miss Susie Flak Is the latest. victim. Office building\ stories high oontalnlnir price 25 cents. Mention this paper and 2-Inch Iron Pipe WKUX,
IV.'
8. U. LA lIBEB. Manager. lomethliig he says. he never before II. A. Perry Is taking Mr. Plpl r'. a thousand oIDo.... Many addreaa JOH 4ano J.'hltt.ur.0II4JW08. -

bad time- to do. Mr. Wlllard I Is, a place In the Pomonn. olltoe during painted with L. A M. BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY For Sale. U. UVWK37u ,_ I

W. O. 8HOTWEL.L county oHIalol In this the latter's. vaontlon. HoleU covering city block containing ofaiTM r/ert to 1VJDS2'J: :. 'S
very popular 1,4011 rooms; subway travel New York 01)0) feet two-loch and
iW 4t22od Strut Qty I have about
Builds Row Boats, place and his annual visits. Out add The ladles of the V. I. A. have. 45 miles an hour.'l'hia lOll feet more or laaa of I 1) Inch of Iron INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY

Repairs boate and iuak.a all to popularity. posters out for a. "Swell Supper" at la modern progress.Ij. pipe to tell at A Creat Bargain.
bugglea ,
HnllVedn..a" y evening GIFT THE GRAND PRIZEtth.hlittuwtawsdwespiventeiheiatsraa.
the Village & M. PRint Is modern progress AN IDEAL CHRISTHAS
luuu stud two inclcorup.
kind. Alaoulevon I Ousts
of wood work at his chop of Onset !Mass., one U
repairs 'Invited.
S. H. bedding J..'>. oth- Everybody: I ) **
In rear of hl. MEAT MARKET. who purchased pnint The Christmas or December number of non-frwalog, hose Valves each tuonuil so tItuS Wucir kiuz,hI.LouJa
barrel
Crescent }'1a. of the gentlemen Miss F.innnk Olnmtead und her I IfrlenLl. Buy oil fresh from the and the Burr McIntosh Monthly Is on all ne..1. with eighteen luvbm of rlsln* pip.

Satisfactory work City guaranteed at modedt from !Mr. Reed the block oppositeMrs. Mia L'olwell, have returned mid It to I". A M. Paint which Is Atands, a double number at 50 cents a All tin abov with perfect tlirnntl. GET THE LATEST AND BEST

prlc.... Lyons on Prospect street arrived to MoMeekln wh"r.. Miss Olumrend .enil-mlx. 1 .*". topy. It Is by far the moot beautiful I uo"pl T'. etC. '1 Iso pipe U IRON' not.

week, aud U stopping with will reaume her duties In tlm Tlllame Four gallons L. & M. mixed with 8 !number ever published. in this or any sTIII.!: WUI bus ..ohl'b "I'| fur oasis Tote will b. 4ltdu'dIetfutSSur 1!
last .U. Mr. ohool.Htrvlces. gallons Linseed Oil, at 6O cents n BTftl- ather country. II will be a delight for Appi') .psehet,4' Z-'..O.Sli/..... '_,#
and Mrs. W. B. !Hhol:! 1"11. makri actual coat of paint less toQeo. .....
Mr. ninntus, to and should make an H. "
HELP IS OFFERED states. that.a, dosen people ", as usual nt I the C'ongrec than 1.20\ per "..1I01t. come, to ( Libby Q.&OMERRIAd1 co.. jPUUIS5lI5l.
ulenl Christmas
Bedding lotml church nt 10W: a. m. iifxlSunday. If thasllKhtcHt defect exist. In the gift an apr.recl.tlv. Croiii-ntClty, Fla. wv
TO VroIVTHT PLO PIE: his home town have arranged KndHiivor at Ii'uioijlt 'rt n". Buy it of your "..""
YOVNO from Ulirlstlan L. A: M. Paint, that has brnn lined on -- ."IIINOl'tltL.D MIt88.ChamlterlalDts .
r... (. City next; .season ,, .. followed i out, send as 50 cents for a copy. ---
: .muu.; MfliiMtallyoun*p noiu. no mat ? I to come lo Crescent I In th. BVeiiluit by any house It will be repainted fur ,0urmon"y'a1l'ortb
want to
... If get
Iimlt..i I
? l their who .b to you
O J>Uln a thorough mn"buolne.atxstnluzand or xlucatlon. flOOdI011" and .pend the entire winter. Mr. ha rrirnlnr.monthly hualneaa meet- coLts hug. BURR McINTOSH MONTHLY and ..". K u.....t I'OfiD k'f" k out, ua. -Colic. Chol r mnd
10..ril4 .. ..... h..It..*.. with his I nsrT.. (UU"".. and mcmberad rr'l"elt.- Hold by Kentierly Har<.llVarol. Co., uiurhom Hemxiy.
by fI. essil for well pleased Flu. Tar H
our V's Hyrup.
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The-- Palatka- News Issued The Wilson one of the Cypress handsomest company calen-hat Trt rearnside I Sale. AMan'sHouse Compare Your Shoe VithCompare /

dars ever Riven out by..a private con The Fanrnslde Clothing company
begins Its sixth year of continuous Advance arrivals of CastleIt
---- -- cern. Them calendar la divided Into Is His
advertising In the Palatka News this
four sheet each with a beautifully
finished photogravure of a dlstingulslied week by doubling its space The Spring Shirtwaists ,
and $ company's contract In the past hiss
City Happenings American dramatic nrtlxtThewhoto should be fortified, protectedwith
boon for one ooluirm ((20 Inches) of
i Personal mention. $ silken Is neatly oonL bound together space. Us. arrangement Is for all sizos, all prices, in white ; food paint. Ten houses arc i

by heavy two columns, or 40 Inches. and colors now ready for burnt up by slow decay, from not
"" ... Curds have been received In till That the proprietors of tho News )tho ladies at my etoro. being properly p.imtcilto; every one ,.' iIou
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city announcing the marriage at appreciate this acknowledgement that is destroyed by fire. And yet It a ,
Mrs E. L. Limning, Is visiting in WttHhington. D. C., on Saturday. las the trade winning capacity pf the I also have an elegant assortment 4 costs but little to keep/ house.well 'oe vmer

Tampa.Mrs. of Miss Flora Douglas, daughter or pAper goes without saying of painted, if the fight kind of paint C.
t. C. Peck of Hasting was in Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Baen Street, to But there are two sides to this is used Tim.. bent painter In thud*
the city Wednesday Mr. Raymond Cornell Wilson sot compact The News furnishes the Embroideries'at do goad lob with' the Stetson Shoe
of the late; Henry 8. Wilson of this readers. The Fenrnslda Clothing | world cannot u
Mrs.E. C. Bunll of Falrvlnw spent In paint, hut give i!good painter
city Mr. Wilson is now engaged( company furnishes the goods. poor with any other-say the one
Saturday In the dry\ shopping.Mrs. the turpentine Industry in !St.: Johns Because this company carries out reasonable pricos Come take off in the shoe store-

Mabel K. 'rw..1, of ClwurwaterIs and Putnam county Its promises to the peoplq. ltd contain and see the line. you
( In the city visiting relatives. O. L. Strickland's bakery on Central ed in its advertisements, and because PATTdN'SPAINTS look at the, ;glitches in each-
It deals in strictly first-class merchandise My stock of Spring Dress
Lemon street has been closed upon count them-slip foot into
W. S. Fry Is laid up at home by Ulllloultlea are found the real reasons Goods, soon to arrive, will i ii your (
of business
illness, but It la thought he. will be For account a long time this fall and winter for its tremendous growth in business i be a beauty. the Stetson and you will know
out again In a few days.
Mr. Strickland Wes seriously! ill with and popularity you've found the better shoe.
,t L. S. Johnson, a prominent citizen typhoid fever, and he was therefore The Fearnslde Company of this Miss Hattie N.

of Orandln Monday., was a visitor\ in the cityon tlon unAble to for business.weeks to give His any numerous atten city clothing Is the largest III the buyer state and of Florida.'rhis retailerof Buky "- Stetson shoes give,, you back

Mrs. D. O, Vorns of Atlanta Ie friends' In Palatka and all parts or statement may seem somewhat Dalton Block, and you will surely' get /a job that their cost in actual wear and
the will to learn of his startling to some of our renders. well and wear well.
visiting her parents, Dr. mud Mis.W. business county failure.regret Butthe statement Is notours, neither Palatka, Florida. will look economical paints because satisfaction.
H. KosenberK Is It !Mr. tearnnldo's. It Is the state They are much more
r The Atlantic Coast Line has recently During; the early part of February, ment of the large clothing manufacturers Headquarters For mrfnce they and cover wear RO t.o much longer SS.OO See the Stetson before you

received seventeen new locomotives Mimes 1 Eva L., Dunning will entertain of New York-men who know. Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, than" ordinary naintii. They are buy your next shoes.
to
for this divIelon.1Vnllefromoafthe the Palatka public In one of her When nuked concerning this statement retailers whole
Ladies' gold by reputable
Furnishings.
classical corned ins. Miss Dunning Mr. Fearnslde said
:
yacht' is. again Is now touring the state of Alabama, "Yes, 1 believe that is: true The business existence depends of natis upon. S8.00 Full lines/ -all styles--all leathers

doing service on the streets under a having finished a month's engagement manufacturers of whom we buy tell the ned continued cutlomcM..[iat Gel muta Color|{ Curds For tale by
sentence from the municipal court. In Indian" Territory. Atrungn me It .Is so. There are other firms In frmmRCkeroiooSlewort
The Palatka Athletic Association menu for the visit of this lady is III the state who handle more gents and information ..

I' has arranged to give; a ball at the I.the O hnnda"O. F. Lodge of a committee 23, who will of look the furnishings than we do, but when It H. L. Ernest- C Co.
Armory on Friday night[ January 18. comes to clothing we buy and sell Drok CITY SHOE STORE
aster, her Interest. Program will be at retail more than any other concern ,
6 John Q. Tilghman has, been spending IInnouncellator. in the state, lint that Isn't all. Jeweler and R. R. Watch Inspector Palatka, Plot Ida.
a portion\ of the week at Cedar We handle nothing but the best
Keys, where he has large milling Mists. Emma C., daughter of Mr. lines of clothing.!\ Tills Is not as gooda Merryiloy Block. HERBERT CROOK, Prop.
Interests. an t rose district, and Mr. C. A. Baker, of furnishing the other towns goods, but It U growing na some My stock consists of lIi/lh-/: Wf Celebrated Queen ,Quality ShoesFor
Mrs. D. I.. Hood of Chicago, a son of W B. Baker, the well-knowi In that direction. Our shoe trade Is grade Goods such as Sterling Sil rcWe

daughter'' of Mr Jeo. Merrill U visiting turpentine operator of that section also a growing one. It couldn't be ver Tableware, Watches, Ringsset !; Furnish women-all Styles.
e at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. went married at the homo of thehrlII'a consider 1 .
when to
otherwise -
nt o'clock Wed you stop with DIAMONDS and OPALS:: ,
4 It. Merrill. parents one .
that we are exclusive selling agentsIn -
Kev. !Mr. blstrunk ofllclnt Scarf Pins Lace Pins Handy -
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nesday. ,
,
ladles of the Prellbvt..rlauchllrch Palatka for four of the leading
The ell Mr. and Mrs. Baker and theM shoes." pins in gold; and gold filled, Geuts'
have decided toglveabazaar makes of men and boys Good
Isses Uoldle and Maud Baker were l I Start the Year
: and supper on the evening of I'efo- in the city ypBterday, enrollte their In their advertisement this week and Ladies' Fobs! the prettiest on
!
2Jd. tho muionnces a January hundreds of other
s rua-y home in Kldridge; Volusla county company the market, and
sale of all winter
clearing clothing.The
1 Mrs. Ella V. Croons returned last The wedding was largely attended things too numerous to mention m
stock ot course Is not large at
week from an extended visit with : by relatives and friends of the popular this season of the year, but what A fine Blue Unset Diamond, 1 GroceriesEvery f. i Right. [f/'i
as .... In !St. bride and .
her sister Mrs. (I. Welter, groom there is of It I U choice merchandise, 1ft carat, for sale at a bargain. .
Petersburg. and it Is nil new. The sale Is simply 1 -,
Clifford Brown, a former wall- On last Century Friday Club evening Indulged the Twentieth In a- to clear the tables to make room for Please give me a call and convince Day \ Your New Year's resolu-

known Palatka now living In a stock of spring clothing which will yourself. 1 f )
boy bauiiiet at the home of !Mr. and !Mrs i tions will do more harm
' Cuba was greeting friends l In the A !l. Holcomb on Klrby street, and begin to arrive III February and -- -- ---- ---- you

4 city Monday the young people enjoyed the. occna which will be ns heavy as is carried i than good unless live
) in the r you up
by merchants In cities of from 40,000) ; t ,
h The government light house tender I Ion lb the fullest limit. Covers were '1' '
, laid for and most to 50,00)Iahabhatts. to them.
twenty persons a ,
Wistaria. la. hero on Its annual
s This sale should attract buyers
i h( visitation 10'| this. section.to the lights on the river excellent: Chicken menu was.and served potato as salads follows -, front nil, over this section of the i Year.Our t: f eC One of the easiest things

choose straws, pickles and queen ol- state. "
in the world to "live to" is
,L J.V.. Harrison, merchant and 1 byes, lemon cheese cake, cocoanu (, Qoods are Fresh and New up
postmaster at Denver and nil old cako, ambiosla, candies and fruits HAstings to St. Augustine. and we would like to hays jou 'k a Buck's steel range. Start
i'u ud oltUen of the county, was a visitor In Tho decorations of pink and green. The people of St. Augustine are : 'k
' the city yesterday.' the club colors, were beautiful. The agitating for a hard surface road between 1 call and inspect thorn. I the year right with a range

and dining room and table presented R that city and Hastings In or- If it is not convenient for yon
C.) H. Preston, president general .
d and der trade from tho latter 1 that will save fuel bake Ideally
e manager of the Preston-Miller pretty picture, holly ivy being to divert ., to call Just phone your order In to ,
m Company) of Crescent City was a employed here with charming/ etfect place now coming to Palatka. Of tt 'I. and last lifetime. Wecan't
course good road will help In that No, 81, and It will reecho prompt a
visitor in the city this week A reformed coal miner, with bibs f'
but It would not take the Davis and careful attention.
is hold- direction Dr. J. C. begin to tell here of
wife and of children
family you
,
I Mrs. Mabel K. Tavel Is selling her trade from this city so long ns Pa- 3'
household furniture at private sale \lug meetings on the street at night latka maintains Its market udvant-* [ t the merits of this stove-it
and attracting crowd with bass Graduate Optlolnn'otKansas City Mo,
regardless of cost at the old John T. hum and debilitated a brass a horn ages. The Augustine; .Record 1 of and who has been In Florida for L. C. Stephens ii ii'it i.
must be to be
Dunn house !In the west end. Wednesday says: seen appreciated
la the
at
The preacher states that he Is also IL tour yours, ,
Board of County ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ch..... K. Edgar, Mis. reformed gambler, drunkard am "Now Commissioners that the new hns organized, the- ed. Let us show it to you to-
Freeman Kdgar and Mrs. Jlupper of cigarette; smoker, and that he hall ARLINGTON HOTEL, and Moula SUeots, f:
"III look for immediate action Kirby :
Edgar this county, were guests ut sworn oil drinking 2 ,lNMJ) tones The public day-so that you may begin
its towards constructing a and will remain until and Including
I on part s .1
the Saratoga Hotel yesterday. major telling portion the people of his how talk mean consists he has I In ,; hard surface' road to Hastings. The January 15th, and invites a call. :'it Palatka, Florida. f; the new year right.
Mrs. I. A. Boughton hns returned of Hastings want the road, BO
people /
been and the feel ,
from) the north end is visiting friends that ,his man evidently In this line'' that they may mane< here to spend Eyes Tested Free. eeIH1itl f I I.
accomplishments
tit Hustings.!! Later she will open their money, instead of going to Palatka nnt+eeeeeeeoeeeaeeeeoee
fit him for the work of : headache and
peculiarly me Be to
good your eyes;
her winter home
k pretty at Bridgeport for that piupose. They are KennerlyHardware
street preacher. He Is uneducated, nervousness are generally due
and has probably spoiled a good coal : willing to help with tho work ns are to defective vision. .'in j:,.ii 1111,3111.'' .IB ,"'ini Im"iiirr1irlll"
resident of this If the
The G. S. & F. Hallway hns put ona miner to make a poor street preacher : many city.
Commissioners will =
daily freight train between Pulat- County com Great Gut in Prices
ka and! northern points. Heretofore C A. Lellardy of tills city on Mon i mence the work and call for assistance REFERENCES: Dr. Frank Moline acd Co.

there has been but three trains 'a day received a telegram announcing; fiom private Individuals, they Harry Jackson, Meirose; Mrs. W. N. 2 AT THE '
week, the death of his father, Dr. J. O. Le will receive strong support. !Many Shoals, Gainesville ; A. K. Molga, ex-
c Hardy of !:;Savannah da. Dr. Le, residents In discussing a load to Bupt. A O. L. Shops. Sanford ; T. W. U New York 5 and IOc Store I = __ -
I). Williams. or MoMerkln lepoils Hardy was a man of national reputation Hastings. stated to a Record representative Conrad, cashier Cltl/ens' Bank, and S. =
but little damn go to the oranges in both as a physician and ascien- that they were ready to L, A, Clonta, ex-Mayor, Lakeland ; Dr. 3 '
{, I the Immediate vicinity of his home tlst and was the author of man v contribute. liberally. J'he Commissioners U. H Smith and Mrs B. H. Boan. matron Here Is a chance for those i Edison
Mr. Williams had snipped the bulk scientific papers which have been can, without embarassinent, Baptist. Orphanage, Arcadia;; Prof. 'R!!! who are in need. of CHOCK1"" '
l of his. crop. published' In pamphlets and In the start the work, and ascertain If the J. L. Boone, High School Leesburg; W. ,. EKY and ULASSWARi We W

I Henry Thalgott, who several years medical journnls He was born nt promises mentioned are sincere or V, Clark President U. 8. Bank of Com .e.. have reduced the prices on nil ...
ago conducted the Palatka Variety the Castle of Fichermonr, Belgium only blutL'; merce Kansas City Mo. ; Gov. W. E. '" our goods. Here are a few !I'I'
r, Buki-ry now in the bakery business. III Wil and was the son of MarcelluiUhlslnin But hat's the matter with the Stanley, of Kansas. .. Items for \>'hlch. mention we Phonographs.
;t at inni'llon: was slinking hands LeHardy de n..ull..ualld Putnam county board getting busy ill make In this Issue: it
Lady Susanna, Marchioness de Mar on this sansehue., With a good hard Cups and Saucers 5<>
,k with friends In the city 'lluirsday pct
silly de Marslllae, representatives. of road from 1'alulku to Hastings togeth Look and Gunsmith pair.IMatutt. N
a I Mnrugne Husson Is attending ProtVlimer's two very ancleutamid noble families er with the ,great ndvantnges that IIreuklutt Dinner atIi 't Cash' or Easy Terms.
; ,
Propitiatory school for. the He received a literary, classical' am come from neatness and enpftrlol'market .
Navril Academy lie Is much pleased scientific education In Brussels and facilities, St. Augustine Dealer la null other Plates ut ociiK.li.I.nmpH "
with It and Is making every eifbtt Paris, and completed his medical couldn't touch us, nnd our own trade of all kinds mend Records and Horns.
t"wlllol i nnsHlng the examination binI' education In the Jefferson Medical from Hastings would go ahead by Bicycles and Sewing Machines, !It niukc ut reduced 1"I'loc. tEa1baM

. J u in.. \\ e wish him success College, Philadelphia, Ir. 185fi.l He leaps and bounds. Hewing Machine NecdlcH .. Our Toy Department is lit t-

, 1'MB street committee one been n member the America! full to> the brim with useful '
got some- and Supplies.Hicjcle
what ashamed. of the condition of Medical Association since IH57:! and Made Life Insurance Director.At articles at linlf the regular = ROWTON
ijttiiiuii street, and this week a foico linx been president of the Georgia a meeting of the stockholdersof SunilrlcH, Etc. prices. COME ALLI! -to the : -

of nii'ii Is at work souping up tin Medical Association. He altrved the the Florida Life Insurance Com ,
\VOl'sr or the accumulation, a Job for Confederacy without rank and without pany In Jacksonville on Tuesday the E. O. EARLS ee
I L whiul there is universal approval. pay throughout the Civil war. 8th Inst F. J. Fettmslda. president II! New York: 5 and ice "Y Palatka Florida.
giving medical and surgical atteu- of the Tearnslde', Clothing company ,
I Tux Assessor Bullard Is enjoying clou detached corps In transit, and of this. city, was unanimously elect- 417 Lemon St Falatka, Fla. M Store,
r rump" hunt In the vicinity of >or- to loom commands while on duty I III ed a director of the company to serve iii -
I f Miilk '!there Is big game In that the breastworks around HavannahMr. dmiringtheensuingyonr. !Mr. Feain- LemonMtrset. nOt Hlouk. ('Ti! r.YtMf! i'T r!fi <:r 'F1'iM'I'Mr l Jtor if.J.rIM'rMTLY tnI Il'
!. Hvrtlon ; not votes, but lenl deer and ; C. A Lellardyleft for 8'LV"1II111hMOllday side purchased a ronslderiiho stock Shoes Free PAI.ATICA, FI.A. W\\ \itt.
bext'1111(1 wild l turkeys. Mr. Hiillaid arternnon to attend the fu- In the last but his '' I IIm
company year J L:llIm 9LirL..lrLliL',; I! IhIIItIIsr:! :: nil: n 1Uillmi,
long ngi bugged all I the votes In the neral. election to the directorate comes as tisurpilse.
f precinct. .--..._ To every child born in Putnam ; Gay Brothers =

Mrs T. C. Van Buren and daughter Good Hoards Project Secure.J. 'Ihe vninpiiny is Florida companybacked County during the year 1907\ that .
Miss I-.Htlt.lii, of Omaha Neb, by Florida' capital and managed ia brought to my store before two 1IY.} ,
! 'in'lived here on Saturday fur the II. Wylie of Interlachen, chairman by \Floridians (Since Its or- months old, I will its first Prices! on all
,viII 10.i r nnd are guests of Mr. and of the construction uommlttf gHiii/ntioik lust year. the company give t .
;Mix J. H. Jlniighton Mis Vail and prime mover in the project for IL tins been securing business at .a rapid pair of shoes ABSOLUTELY Winter Goods, The Leading Grocers of East Florida
Bui'en mind' Mrs llaughton are sisters good, hard surface road fioni thus! rate, and as It Is in the hands of FREE |
city to Interlnchen was in the city wldu-awnke, conscrvntlve businessmen i Including
Wednesday and reports that pledge there Is no reason why the William H. Curry J =
!Mi. and Mrs; J. C. Ouoiry havem"v.'d haw been received of ifMlO per mileto Florida Life(( should not soon outrank Underwear Our stock was never more complete than now
: IC!
I heir fruit and ice cream nndioiiNrtloneiy build the road This Is In nddl all other companies In the state In The Man With Shoes 1 !1. {
pallor fioni" the Dalton I Lion to the tenders of volunteer work. the procurement, of purely Florida and new goods are arriving weekly. |;j|
1IY.}
!block to the east store of the HOJ'dhl"'J Palatka Florida Millinery
,. The new store has been mlssloners The expiring on board Wednesday of county took com action business. ta A few of our specialties: |

t 1 p r et ti lythatIrwhitettractILlargevolume..V arranged' and it Is thought which makes the construction of A Fine 'Showing. LOST-Black Umbtella with bone t Dress Materials, ta Beech Nut and Ferris Hams and %%

bllHllless. f this. road secure, by authorizing the A couipnilson of the EAst Florida handle, bearing Initial "I. H. II." Breakfast Bacon gjg
I committee to go ahead and cons] mete Sa\lntfH" and 'Imet Co's statement Finder nan obtain suitable\ reward by 1. Etc. ,
. John Mullein, the well-known the. work. (published in another column) for returning above to I. II. Ullliard L Genuine German Dill Pickles, %

I fruit dealer next to the p".toll1ce.IIwnjh Tho old hoard purchased a road< the year just closed, with that of one care O. Loper Bailey Co. Front Ht. cut in two for Olives In bulk Pure Olive Oil &
a :Syrian, was born and raised imichine which Is proving satisfactory year ngo shows that this popolar ,
: in the city of Jerusalem and Is reutakably mid work on the road Is movIng bank tins In creased Its surplus fund FOR KENT-Two Furnished or Peanut butter, Fleishman Yeast Cakes, gg

famlllnr with the holy land. He came to this country ulna also It will be remembered, purchased $80000on Deo. 8Ist., 1IHH 'illat is a Oak and Sixth St. 1-4-tf ggj
-
t jeiiis ago and In that bleu. humus be- 2i) acres of gravel for road big increase to make In one year and place for a new spring I' Vermont i Jlaple Syrup jgg
COllie thoroughly Anierlcnui/Pd. con trnollon. The rood roller will
shows that some business has been New
The Kennerly Hardware puck the road perfectly, though ill transacted over Its counter. The Notice.The i stock. All our Pare Buckwheat, %

of this city I is doing the biggest company business work would show to better advantage total deposits In the hunk on December annual meeting of the Stockholders Graham, gJ4
> If the material was not so dry UOth was fl71OH6. ana the total of the Selden Cypress Boor: Company Whole
in the Wheat
history of the house.One and
Flour also
Once packed when wet, there be EL) new. Rye gg
i-iir loud I of nails arrived this can resources of the Institution figure) to will be held at the otllce of the company ?
3 week und two others me on the no discounting the superior quality the sum of ,J73,111J,08.,; :) The bank In Palatka, Florida, on Friday, February t7 Pillbury's Gold fledal, $!
wiiy.llesid'R
+ N I this big order for nails thecompany of of hard this surface immaterial roads.the construction makes a most excellent showing. 8th 1907, at 10 o'clock GBO.In B.the SELDEN forenoon, ,Miss Kate ,Lucas]/ and other standard g&

R' has on the way a cur load The people of Putnam conntowe, Red Men's Installation.At brands
of
President Bread and .
ggj
iir fence wile, a car load of stoves
'a debt of gratitude/ to Mr. Wylie and 1 Palatka, Fla.Education.
and two car loads of lire brick. other progressive citizens of Inter- a largely attended meeting of t Pastry Flour. gg
Ok..ehiitnkee Ttlbe, No. 15, on Monday -
choir of hichun for the Initiative In this nnonrnrnrnnrnrnrrirrmrG",
The 8t. good
Marks Episcopal! !!
Also
evening, January 7, the following the
!
chuich. under the dhectlonof Miss. work, as well as to the expiring largest variety of Imported Delicacies S3J
olllcers were Installed for the
ensuing -
s, BttHnett the orgnnlst will give a Heritxl board of county commissioners who Sachem J. M. Pounds ever brought to Palatka including iIYiJJ
about the last tlf January. In have given the project every encourage yeiirt ; I FIRE IC ,
Senior Biitramoie, Ueo. Hare; Junior
dlreftiiifr this Recital Miss Jinssett in en t. aniaiior. 1\1. Kanner; Prophet, N. : Edam, Roquefort. Neufchatel. Pineapple Cheese. |ii

will he \bly assisted' by Mrs. K: It surface Now, that roads the has movement been started for hurt In A. Mtumrtw ; Chief of Records U. I.Uowt.on r Insure your property ZjSSZ by Mail
1 Miinn inoted singer! and vocal -
AS9t..Uhlef( of Itocotdn E. Fire
; against ?
'fenchei of Chicflgo, The Putnam county and a road roller In : .,. BOTH
prOlrllfllwflll'e K. Do l ,. w1. rmskr.tta.xtaa,5- STORES =
the county's. possession togetlurwllhnmplt < ,( ; Keppor atVaml'um; ::: Jyith ::: '' '.
Inter. 1:
published
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material, It does look asIf Louis Bohlen ; IrtiHroe, O. U. Neck! ; fe'ffisss: ; ;",4J thsftr.yssrS::: ::::
.e
'I'he Home Missionary' nnd the work should continue until KepresmitAllvtx to Grand Council, H. Finley Tucker Latin, .....Tesn..ely'rauea. ., .. k, ....11. VSiSl: .
age society of :St. James !Methodist parsni hard surface loads. radiate from Paliitka "K.: B.; Dodge, K. A. Mtumpe, Louis | o;.e.4:a ,;: I.re., .:. re.L.::.:: nnr. """ Lemon Street The West End

church will !give tea at Mrs. J. N.VlIi" to all sections of the county. Uohlen. 'Insurance, ==
After the council tire hind
been
\ 'II home next 'llmrsdHVnffer Office House PALATKA FLORIDA'rom =
the elected chiefs == opposite Court ::::
iiiii: and evening January 17/h. East Coast Winter Schedule. quenched entertained the newly tribe with an excellent ; Palatka. Florida.7(11U1111111UII111UIIII111111UI1C. ::: FOR SALE.-Two full-blonded -: =
Iron' II to '10 p. tn. A cordial invlta Jersey Helfera,14 months old. Will
+ clop Is extended nil ladles and gen The winter schedule of trains on oyster supper all. which was greatly ( be Bold at a sacrifice. See S. J. Ken. -of
,ill-men attend. the; Florida Fast Coast railway went enjoyed by I nerly, Palatka. ... _

Into effect Monday, and there are _. ,
EFFECTIVET. -- --- -- .
n.ln"Valden., the magician' gave now four trains dully each way between PLEASANT AND MOST I. -. -. =- -- We are now prepared to furnish to order 'all kinda of
nn "iifertalnment at Melrose one Miami and Jacksonville J, Chamber. Fcl. Vindicator LIb'I a

y'' night lust week and of which the There are ten trains a day each way ,, erty, Texas, writes Dee 25, 1110J.: =a :I\I..tD.a.r.c.:. : : Pharmacy: : :; Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber
I heal! correspondent ,of the TliueitI between Pulatka' and East Palarka With pleasure and unsolicited by I such
.1 I "1011 SAY"; "III... w rk was ('xoellenr and three between this oltr and Han you, I bear testimony to the curative PALATKA. FLORIDA. 1 as

from beglnnlnjrcto end and was Tateo. It Is one of the bestschedle power of Jtallnril'8 horehound Hyrup. l- Chemicals Druggist Sundries Flooring, Ceiling Sldelng, Caselng, Etc.,

much appreciated by his audience.It .. for the accommodation of the I have used It my family and can cheerfully I e.1 and would? be pleased to figure> with> on next
Is to that Prof. Walden inblio the East Coast Hallway has affirm It l la the most effective and Patents. om'elet'' nlnar u" imp 'Ph"ne No. in, or you call your at our

may return here for another performance ever had, and will be particularly beat remedy. for coughs and cold I have !, PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUND&D. faotorY'on river front foot of Old O. H, P on Dock.us
t' ( on" his way back from Ma leasing to Palatka, East Palatka ever used' Sold by Ackerman-Stawart GARDEN SKIO. AKODU Mallory Maull

tour south. and San Mateo patron. | Drug Co. te, _. SJ"!. I Manufacturing Company Pal atka, Fla. -


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