The Palatka news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075922/00096
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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: November 1, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00096
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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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I THE[ PERFECT[ [ I W WAY.Y.of few Lillian J. P.hours Doss Dos with,of principal Astor hIs daughter Park of our spout school, MB| a T LATE STATE NEWS. S Florida When The tho University is opening now in of day full the arrived operation State on of !

horn, having coma out between tnilnu Sept. 25th, many improvements were
to be noted about the grounds and :
Scores Florida Citizens Have from Palatka..
Large. quantities of o.vorers' are beIng building Artificial stone walks
Learned It. Edward L. Mann of Chicago, haH shipped from Cnrrabelle. leading out from the center of the

f If you suITor from backache opened up the old) home plaoo at The State Fair at Tampa will be city to the university had been extended -
There ID only ono way to cure It. Mannvllle, and will spend quite bit held from February 5th to 23d.St. as far as the present main entrance
I IESOLvE.D The perfect way la to cure the kidneys.A of his time thore. from which similar walks led
ALL bad beck means elck kidneys. teacher Joseph's Catholic Convent at to and in front of the Thomas and
7HATTHERKMOU5E Neglect It, urinary troubles follow.JDoan's Mlai\ Ella Rogen. primary St. Augustine t I. to be enlarged by a Buokman halls.. The driveways :'
at her home In Putnam
LDoKlNGflROUND EVERY THE BEST Kidney rills are madtf for kid- spent Hall.CharluB Sunday. costly addition.A throughout the grounds had been

noye only. mM-wlnler exposition of Florida greatly; Improved. A goodly number ." ,
IRECTsorHEMThcR STYLES 8. B. Lemons Cluarmaker, living at Miller\ and wife who re- product will open in Jacksonvillean. of acres at the rear had been clearedto ( t
1311 Ashley atroot. Taoomn Fla., Bays: oiiiitly left horn have located In Uedarhurat 16th and continue up to April wake a place for the farm to be in l;
.- ISA PLACE l.Q1y "I ueod Dunn's Kidney Fills and thoy (Ia., purchasing\ a home In ICth. connection with the Department of "

{WHERE THEY SELL '.' cured me of bnnliuche an>l dlaordxr of tiitt| plnun. Agriculture; and Horticulture. The
,.- the three times Lake City lit. moving for a cotton '
( bldneye. Two or on \ lands were beginning; to get 4nto
( J) BEST SELECTED'KEEP r account of the pain In my back 1 was Palatka Walter where linker hits spent father u few, Davo dayH Jia-In yarn mill and a committee\ of prominent shape. Altogether the grounds showed fr..1'
unable to go to work for several days. citizens has been organized tofurther the effects of the labor that had "
? \ 'ouiOPt4XRINDs. The secretions of the kidneys were In ker, I Is now in business. the 1lans.COUlre8111l1an been expended upon them during the

very bad condition,dark In color and It Mm. Orace Ballou and little daugh Frank Clark made a summer.

/ \ BUSTER DRoWN ? allowed to stand would become of the tar Bernice, of Ansonla, Conn., arrived masterful speech in favor of prohibi- Inside the buildings; Improvements I
( \ consistency of jolly. I tried various Bundiiy to spend the winter tion at the foot of Main street, Jacksonville can also be noted. The halls have
remedies, taking what seemed like gallons with tier parunts, Mr. and Mrs. B, on Tuesday night. been wainscoted to a height of about "
of medlolne nod I also put on plasters Stiles of this place. five feet. and Ahnvn tha wnlnanotlnor.

-'. 'I but nothing helped me until I got Our school has been equipped with Hon. I'ark ro'[. Traininell of Lakeland the walls have!been plastered hard ) \
iZ L. Doan'a Kidney Pills upon the advice of and has definitely announced that finish. Neat brass number. and '
dictionary, Rlobtsfor
\ a friend of mine and using them according -, which scholars encyclopedia and teachers are he will be a candidate for United plates mark every door. The iness-
to directions they cured me In a grateful.On Htnres Senator to succeed SenatorMnllory. hall and chapel have been\ prettily ,
Ir\ very short time." papered and made more attractive .
%_ c' \ For sole by all dealer Price CO cnnte. Sunday occurred the death of The Bt. Honorable Bob McNinnee than they were last year.

% .. .. Foster-MHburn ("0., Buffalo, New York. James Augustus the two year old of Tampa, spokesman general for 'rlere have been some changes In ,
..s. sole for the United Stotoa. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson the ,/
? agnnts/ the whisky Interests of Florida, 1 Is faculty. Prof. Jno. M. Scott of
Remember tho name-Bonn's-and of Jacksonville. Mrs. Thompson the Experiment Station has been
... now trying to stem the tide of prohibition \
take IB sister of Mrs. Oeo. Ulliett ,....dvel'Y
other. a
.- no BHiulinont, at Key We t. placed temporarily in charge of theDepartment .'
'. .( _. : well known tier,. of Agriculture and Horticulture -

The alone of fire on Monday\ rnornnur John Uldought; and family nf KJ- The" tate encampment of theFlor"IS made vacant by the resignation -
: otl nnl Guard for 1907 hasJiut
was occasioned, by a small blaze gar have moved Into the Holllxter of Prof. U. W. Clothier. Dr.
coma to an end at Pensacola.
At the) homo of 1>r. E. W. Warren on house. and Mr. RldoiiKht'n. four boys Sellarda having been appointed State
Kli'hy "troAt. Tim responded are quite an addition to our school\ Tho pncumpmeiit was ono of the Geologltir, Ills place has been filled
I promptly dpYlutm.mt moist successful ever held as well as by Dr. H. H. !)"vls. The DepArtment -
O.W.Anderson. and wife left enjoyable.
damage resulted small hole In the dipt. of History and Political cono- 1
roof. on Tuesday for Jacksonville for a B. HHiison, a Lake City tie and my, made. vacant by Dr. Thomas'
jAR( vIsit with the captain's brother, timber. operator, was before the acceptance of a call to the University -
AIOLIt is LOST-A solid gold breast pin set Uupt. Henry Anderson.Mrs. I United States court at Jacksonville of Arkansas, has been placed In

with pearls-on Lemon treet or at Mary Duck- of Atlanta, and charged with holding three negroesIn charge; of Dr. E. M Banks.
WHY WA-STE YOUR TIME IN LOOKING theater Monday night. Leave atFearn.lde' her daughter Miss Minnie, of UI'ook- peonage; and l Is held la SOOO bond Of the new men Dr.Davis received
AROUND s and get reward. lyn N. Y., left on Thursday for their for future appearance. bis first degree; at the Wesleyan University -
winter home In Daytona after a Middletown, Coon, in 18UU.: .
WHEN EVERYONE FUR BALK A high grade Prof. E. O. Cantrell, principal of The next he .
WILL TELL YOU THAT WE new ; pleasant visit with Dr. and Mrs. the school year spent as a graduate
at Milton has been
roomy runabout. Will Bell at lew Jones. student of the same university. Leaving -
price. Write Box 458, Palatka. tf. placed under arrest for killing; a negro here he was for a year a "Univer
.STAND AT THE TOP IN THE CLOTHING TRADE. I Miss Mary Fans Coburn accompanied at ..ApallehlcolCantrell, Is sity Scholar"at Harvard. After this

FOB RENT.-Gibson House. cor- her father to Palatka Wednes still teaching, but is under surveillance he occupied In turn the followingpo.itioug
and 5th sta. 1(21.00 day. Mr. Coburn made the return of a deputy sheriff pendingthe \ Instructor
WE DO NOT HOWEVER FEAR COMPARISON. ncr Orange per in Zoology; ,
month. Apply to Chas. Hurt Put- drive the same day, Miss Coburn remaining adjustment of Ills bond Washington State College from 1UOI)

nam National Bank. 10-2G-2t to visit her brother S. U. James, W. Perkins of DeLiind tins to 1UU1\) assistant professor of Zoology

WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU To COMPAREOUR Coburn. sold his orange and grapefruit crop In the same institution. from 1U04\) to

FOUND-Gold locket with monogram Judge Wlmberly wont to Palatka In bulk to A. C. Haynes for d.&OU.! 11)06) assistant Zoologist; In the Washington -

READYMADESUITS WITH THOSE THE ] (: on one side. and date on the on business Tuesday. He said he'd Mr. Perkius Is solicitor for the Criminal State Experiment Station
other. Apply at this omce.Da3.tOOI tell us what for later on. Court of Record in DeLaud, and I during his connection with the col :
orange. growing t Is only a side line lege, that l Is from 1001 to 1900. The
TAILORS MAKE AND CHARGE YOU MUCH MORE for purposes of recreation. next year he went as. "Tliuyer Schol
\ Pri'sate Hospital and WELAKA NEWS NOTES. ar" again to Harvard, where at the

Snn ItnrlulII.II James M. Smith, a Jacksonville end of the session, he won hi.. Doc-
roR. OUR CLoTHINS IS MANllr ACTllR.ED. grocers clerk, shot and killed John torate.
Every fcu'llfty for the 1 proper trentment MnMattie Boring of Madlsonvllln, 11. Milton another young man at the
received hi. A. B. andA.
.ntl care, of ,mmllcnl ami BurxlciU I UHH H.Kloctrlunl Ky, will spend the winter here visiting 'corner of Bay and street In
BUTCHERS DO NOT MAKE OUR CLOTHING, BUT nppllnnu"*. traIned euro**, quU'tiurroiimhnun. Mr. and Mr,. C. L. Greenwood Jacksonville last Bridge 1d..gree from Emory College,
Mpuulnl attention ulvi>n to Saturday night. Georgia. Since then he has studied
ill putlunta. Terms on application. No. 4UItMJoiut an<1l\fr. and Mrs. Lovler Flgoloy. Smith was separated from his wife at Columbia University and in Ger-

TAILORS. BUTCHERS Do NOT TAILOR SUITS ..Avtt.O. A.* Dnytonn.KI.OCK ITIii.Ir and: K. HOWK.PhyHlulun Mr. and Mrs. Moujar and a partyof who kept boarders to maintain herself many. His. Ph. D. degree was won "

In Oliurge.piramu ladles and gentlemen of Como and children. Milton was one at Columbia. He has been a Fellow .
were In town Thursday for a few of tier boarders, and Smith was jeal In Economics at Columbia and has (
hour,. ous. Case looks bad for Smith.
] : : ,mm:: iiimi: !,am JIM, mini 1111111: mnn' taught at Emory College; and at the
Mr. and Mrs. U. 'V. Nichols entertained The Immense ginneries of \V. W. University of Pennsylvania. He ha.
YOU CAN TRY ON ONE OF OUR SUITS AND a party of friends at their Oordon &I Co. at Gainesville burned been a contributor on educational ./

? Delicious H beautiful home on Seminole avenue, Tuesday afternoon with nearly a and economic topics to the Methodist ,

YOU NEED NOT TAKE IT UNLESS IT SUITS YOU ] Wednesday night. hundred bale. of cotton. The fire Quarterly Review,' to the South Atlantic -
Bon Bons jjj Miand Mrs. W. T. Hlldrup arrived gained considerable headway beforeit Quarterly and to the Annalsof
Wednesday via Pomona and are was discovered. The loss aggregates the American Academy of Political ,
? AND fIT.s'Yoll.. YOU WON'T HAVE To MAKE and *1 now settled In their beautiful homeon about '15HH to $:!0,000. Near Social Science, and has had pub-
the hill. They brought two fine ly a hundred bales of cotton belong Isshed by the Columbia University
ChocolatesAll horses with them. ing to customers, stored In a separate Press a volume on the Economics of '
Messrs. Charlie and Grill Williams apartment were saved before Land Tenure In Georgia.;
Home-Mada Candies attended the dance at Pomona last the flee. reached them. The machine In this connection it might be well
YOU Do NOT LIKE THE SUIT WE TRY Monday night. shops of Adamson &I Blake was also to add that the Experiment: Station
Something new added at destroyed with a loss of (2,01)0.: ) Gor.doit' has all of the old men back and in
Oct. 27th,
On Suuday afternoon,
L. insurance, not known.Senator addition has secured the services of
ON YOU.! I IS NOT YOUR BEST FRIEND, YOURSELF I H every day.L.A.SMITH. 8 8 Crescent o'clock,City Mr. and William Miss Rose P. Allen K.: Hoi-of John S. Beard of Penaa- Mr. B. F. Floyd and Mr. John Bell _

? ley were married ab the. residence of cola In a letter to Frank L. Mayas ing. The olllcers of the University '

? WE CAN SAVE THo.sE WHO WEAR. ] fj the bride's mother.only the relatives of the Pensnoola Journal says there same and Experiment with the Station of remain the '.
The Is nothing!: to prevent the legislature exception Superintendent
of the family being present. par
W Lemon St., Pftlutku. W decorated with of Florida from passing a law for I of Grounds which position -
"TAILOR-MADE" CLOTHES 25 To 40 PER CENT. I lor was very prettily is now filled by Mr. A. G. Col-
n,1IJI, :Ililli 111III iIlIlfl5tIIlIlIffJTl: ',III\'III:11I1Ii1IUIIIWIIIII,' :: palms magnolias, holly and golden state prohibition. !Mr. Beard says: dough and of the Librarian. The
\ rod. The bride walked In with thegroom "The Constitution of the state of
'RESPECTFULLY ] : and took their place In frontof Florida places no limitation or restriction thon former LibrarIan. Mr. W. S. Caw- .
resigned to the
I he of the legislature accept principalshlp -
AMan.'sIIouseIs the mantle. The bride wore very upon power
dress of white melrose with .) to prohibit the ale of intoxicating of t.he Gainesville High
pretty which liquor in the state. I take the School. So far his successor has not
long. white gloves was very been
His Castle: becoming to her. She is a general Intent and meaning of Article XIXto The appointed.
favorite young and old, and be as follows viz: That as the state can congratulate itself
Fearnsjde Cfofh' 'ngr Company has a host among of friends who wlnh her sala. of Intoxicating liquors l Is legal: upon securing the new men. The '
faculty hJ harmonious, and the work\
life. Mr. In the absence of State Prohibition.
It should he forticI: !, I protected happiness in her already done .
gives strength to the
Article XIX permits county,
oneof Crescent City's popular any
with good paint. Ten housrs arc Allen belief that the session
with the very
burnt by slaw decay, from not young men and is well known and upon complying conditions successful.
up him. The specified In the article, to prohibit .;
liked all who know
H; being properly p tinted: ,to every one left Immediately after the sale of liquors In that county. Of the standing committees appointed .,
that i la destroyed by Tire. And yet it happy couple by the president those of '
the for their home In Without Article XIX, there could ,
Parafka Fforida.SBtemsm costs but little to keep: : house well Crescent ceremony City. where they expect to be. no local or county prohibition on- most general. interest are probably
tainted, if the tiht kind of paint reside In future. ly state prohibition. Article XIX the ones designated Self Help and

.4 It used. The best printer in the permits looal. or county, prohibition University Extentlon. The former ,.
E. M. Angler of Georgetown was In l Is
world cannot do .a good Job with in the absence of state prohibition, to help as far as possible needy
poor point, but give good painter town Monday but Is In no way a limitation or restriction students and l Is composed of Professors -
Hunter Muses Lola Benton, Flovd Hocnstraaxer
Mrs. James upon the power of the Leg ,
9" $$ ;rJI'.zr.nr Mae and Louise Hunter, Miss Min hilitturetoestablish state prohibition Crow and Davis. The latter Is composed -

PATTO'S nie Allen, !\Ie8 re. Tim Allen and While Article XIX permits looal, or of Professors Yocum, Anderson -
Clifford Hunter attended the Allen- county, prohibition in the absence of Farr, Schmidt and Bank The
Holley wedding Sunday afternoon. state prohibition the converse Is not former committee has already secured "-.

H. S. Green of Lake Margaret was true. If we had state prohibition, for several students lucrative
In town Monday. no county could permit the locator positions that do not interfere with
Miller and K. county sale of intoxicating liquors. college duties, and would still consider -
FOR SALE Messrs. Henry Jr.,
"FAINTSaiv.l applications for
positions from
S. Green went down to Palatka durIng Should the governor convent the
needy would-b .tudenl..
The latter
legislature extraordinary session
the week.F.
Peerless .- -- and in his proclamation specify state committee has arranged for a large
that C. Cochran was In town ono day number of lectures to be
you :Ul i.iely /ret a Job prohibition as one of the purposes given by the _
Land will look M'dl .11<1 \\ dwoU.! last week. for which the legislature 1 Is convened, various professors wherever they .'
Improved and Unimproved They are paoi'"njical: pnintj! bocauac of, if after convened, he directs the are invited. Several luvltatlons .1
ProcessArtificial they ov.o murh more the Value Convicts.. attention of the legislature to this have already been received from

and nirface and wear :,o m-u.h longer Polk county has" leased its convictsfor subject, I think that a slate' prohibition : high; schools<< throughout; the state. A '. "
County.Henry '
In City printed list of lecturers
than ortlinary'3ints. They me ao.20 month. Hlllaborongh law could easily be passed; and and their
.- acid b/ itipututlj, \ i1era whose only per 2810. This comparison I am firmly of the opinion that the : subjects can be secured together
bwiinrw" ,,: i"teuca ik-.coJ| upon gets should; be flied for reference when courts '111uphold\ the constitutionality with any other Information desired ,

Stone Walls, ... tho: runtiniW'1! p. f n.a>{e of ittiifijj .- the next lease l Is considered by the of .uch a law. If, however, the I by writing to the chairman. .
Strunz cnstcmi Ot Color Ci-lr II borough coinni issioners.-Finn- governor neither mentions stare prohibition ,
Copings and Steps a.ld information: '-...iI pa News. In his proclamation convening Sidelights c/
for Cemetery Pal atka. Florida cke1ll1ail81O1I1[ 01110 CO. Putnam In December county 1905 convicts for a were period leased of attention the of legislature the legislature nor directs to It,the after A to stock death. broker the who last has few been days nagged by a"- \ "I

month. It, convened tben the matter could .
.. four ;years, at per nervous friend who owns about four
might b" a good Idea If the authorities not be taken up. except by a two- shares of stock, ,
Work got
and I Palatka. Florida.'m"'m" would file away the above Item thirds vote of each' house. So you when he was called to even the yesterday
for reference when the time come see that, to a great; extent It depends the fretful _phone by ,. -
one, the

a Water TlghTVaults t- ]T IrJbe. ft"Call and examinePVBLICCITCTCK ", ", ", ,,,,,,,,,,,, county.for making the next lenso In this In upon. extraordinary the would governor consider l8 whether,slon.the" the question legislature ; World.hW hat's the Dews says?" asked New the York excited .

specialty. man.
H FIRE II Sfcs Mr. Burr Here. "Brooklyn "
bridge suspended l
Heavy, Impure blood makes a mud ,
For prices or estimates / 1 Correspoivds Piquard's Ipsura, your property agaInst fire =3 Hon. K. Hudson Burr, chairman dy, pimply complexion, headaches, shouted"Heavens the.broker what else?" '
3Intturanoa. of the FioriclaRatlwy Commission nausea, Indlpe.tlon. Thin blood
apply to H. Flnloy Tucker, ; "The "
;WirtjYoxii i?' =_= will be. In the city today for the purpose makes you weak, pale, slokly. Burdock "I've Subway Is in a hole.
::::5 got twenty shares of Inter.-
of consulting with Mr.\ Oeo. II.tielden Blood Bitters makes the blood
G., or 0. PETRE, HOWARD Hand-Painted E Op.Court Houne Pit lit. t km. Fiji. ::: of the Palatka. :. board of trade rich, red pure-restores perfect "Mats.l"'V hat else yelled?" the nervous man.

Real Estate Bargain*' 3 concerning the slow progress of the health. _ _ ,MThe Singer building ba.gone "
Pafttka VATCH No. I.- ". -. house, new I'alatka depot.Mr. up.
Fla. > ( --. .corner hit leslie. ,cheep for oiuih. =.2t Burr spent an hour or two between Birmingham Goes Dry. "Good Ood 1"LINGERING
iitjs ccunte!=) China. ::: No.ft.-Two-ntory IIOUHB on the -- trains here yesterday. and .
i'JI DI JIJtC.JrJJlr1'Jr.l''JIIJTJrJ'Jl'.1trD'11 Ileights, Jiint f"i* enough, out of _: Jefferson county Ala., Including
; "* registered at the Arlington. He
town to Hikvo city tnxDM. Wntttr COLD
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I iruaple iur'tolinbwiKSI l w__ connection "*,011| ,rol'"'''. Lot ::at stated to the News that he hud no the city of Birmingham voted dry
I have the riglllimeto"thelleCOnd gCOxM>. 'Till property niiiNt 1m..,101 knowledge on the .ubj cr. but It was last Monday by a majority of over1.80O.
';you ..-' quirk, no will sell .ut A l>niKtiliit ) The result of this election Withstood Other Treatment But. :
bul 111'/101'' that Uov. Broward would
Shoes Free V: [ and. 6eUl SMITH ;_;;:; menU.No.purtouiili. nnil balance lit tnittaUg- call his opinion a special session of the legisla makes certain that the entire stats Quickly Cured By Chamber-

o. ....- acres. of fenced l Inrnl. INO == ture. will soon be under prohibition. lall\'.Cough Remedy..
,/JJII"l' == orange tr..oBtyl l hl."Oho..ln.l :::fj: .---... .. Oadsden, Ala., followed the next day "Last
'HowafdC ye,,,),,-.tov house, overlooking by giving an overwhelming majority winter I caught a very severe '
To child born \ imiiiitlftitulonr-wiitor Inkeln town Methodist Minister Recommends. cold which, for ,
every ia Putnam ./ g-r :::: A for prohibition.I lingered weeks, says J.
!Bounty' .Watch( = of Keuku,only I |lt IOO.) =5 R. Urquhart of
during the year 1007 that Cough n dy. There eye 110 saloons In Birmingham. Zephyr, Ontario. "My
I = An
, M brought to my store before two ..OJ;" Ii:'..... 'fi;r:4Ti.: The Jeweler I house No. to H.-good! rwiMilr H-rooin, tAn twostorya uurtt of 7HS We; have used Chamberlain's Cough These will gout of business cough was' very harsh. The local dealer -
months :" =-; g.otll..ncl. with untim yin.., nut ::*Sg" Remedy la our home for seven yearn, January 1st. recommended. Chamberlain's Cough ',
old, I will give iu first \ tress,..... Hinnri urouery ntorv on and It has always proved to be a rellab.e Remedy and guaranteed It, so I gave it
pair of ::. r.CU': C= p'enll. hum nml out houwii,on :::3
shoes ;; trial. I believe
ABSOLUTELY f%{ Chamberlain'
We found that It '
have wou'd Cough
K.'lHhtri remedy.
ii' .1 1 :f PnlHtltn ;all ut a burtiMUu = Notice t
FREE. :.; $33tO$1SOPalatka. JCr:: N.,. in.-.4 norvti good html,three. do more than the maniifaoturers. claim. Remedy the bust I have ever used."
.. "''"" I .0.....of It.'nrlnu a'..v...' nl ilruiiP" == for It It >IC especially good for crop Notice l Is hereby given that the tax This remedy is for sale by Aokerroan-
William :\: /; .din xolianMtfor Flit. for solO P'.r.\r!:: : will and whooping cough. book. for IOO7) wilt .bo open on Nov. Stewart Drug Co.BOH .

M. Curry ;FE: No -R"r"ln.ln City, .mnllhouH3* REV. jAHia A. Lewis, 1st for collection of State and C>
Ser'i for c'o'pvS-iTffi: _. to rent lo colored people Pastor Mllaca.\ :Minn., U. E. fhuroh. taxes, RENTTwo or thru rooms,
The 5 book Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for A. S. WILLARD, furnlxhed!
Man With Shoes XWBRT:; 1fUDBARD a'on.HOWA@WA7C"B Uil or unfurnished. Apply
lUlU ale by Ackermaa-Stewart Drug Co Ts*!; Collector Cur 7th and Oak Bt., Palatka, via.

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!1 Jda.ss osaaF. ALbasa raiobiadadea iiagwwk Tu 1 JSid.es byRUSSELL .m.b'n1Jr. wSi* ?***
taw alt}- of Ilktisabuatk TaUaiiaave baardisv tracer aHen -:illll.w! W : jf Mmt.it' tear a larxr Baaura daily l>a *r. will bei

i VICKER3. PMIafcarg af .. ba_ bare ratovd Ube pne d board. :. broke eat ..!* ma >inins.. h.moo: >i&\? arpndat.bo 1of 1-
l'Sorry( iadewdtv Hoar. 13tpeediyr Material
!' .L m1SL der i try by a ajari y 01 between I. 4aaaea.a Mao aa extra atartim e4 l :: a> e ara. ZM-'MV <' .. ''t.niri .t w an ow**: cood fan0aejr oa* Crate

old fefK* Tact. Ta fat* that ta. .the Ifcaalalaire a*almost a eertaiaty peaty .1 tad loLrt"a th wear fir half oauc froav Fluid say x raet PaadeUoa,

'. THE LAZY CIT1ZN.t .race ara+o laealSr *ta ra elitaitbm.MBu < Of eottra the scale rioaa* oOcaali laiigrr Grier s-&e M'.s saed m MV. **ne CWnmiKMied Earcoo, throe "
t t I
> iiMMrafr that all rtnperaae '1 wfll warm aboat aad ask(arbarb 1erLeric.T ; u : "ioU ins Ii zan.pa- all Kinds.
; ST- asset are a maOy ee The ofSritd &Ii.m rt oaras el<' ;rap j
asialie..see ooet
toe Lay to be Am neu nrit em.. *eraak*'"' 4* not lire iieaodaftaw t. y..ai. ea-1el 1J. a mr .-.,* n- iaa '. tasr mill ta a bulb

w. sea oa of taco on te train PwsatI _17. I --Madiaaa dew Eaterprtoe.In i enact *ar' iJ ,,' v.Li,> I r ,valet sad take steal ra and li.ap at.nafal bedtime chats; attarearl also Fruit and

B- I -- ---- ; ady tike JOHJ..: t'' .bolor ':.,Jo1aMI dnafc pleat of teed --.
o--al .Albert W. 0 taw A.L.ed liD"i l
''. '-tij sew that there are few
dn.t" .c: ) areer It IS ciaiiDf
.g Our'da s.atasas cad aria i roadiafr the proeundiag of tbsaoad *
TiM talk bad drifted fraa the I Bid j ji o..raa tell l.It: 'tytLaa tar iteta vicnaMol the;dteeodd cad tortaroo -
far ._. rtrrltao MC ; E4ieerp.liaa ca.t I .da Fw. who will fall to lad ready Vegetablewraps
lalad. al.1i Bot be A.o.J 1'4 rt vren fo cis sward
Xrw York aavaejpaaae : wo are fonaaty n i laadt mix4
> taw water ratty cad tJaaat fntal j mid ta this ample bum*
j i tae story of the trc wbat watb aaeb i cad iafcvme. .ad.bu c-.tat1lllll t
a tae asrm.er of tae UwG aad tAM I ore cad la moat east a permaaeat
pvahaMxaaB. Do** CIlia a**** evdeiavored t*pad
i t4 -uteri be mid at ltak the raaalt.Tbto .
reel of nayloc brads part oil lean :
the 1.--- .aitom d bovite
', the g.Ttra.at I that Albert prefer tie twta 1 really faaig.tw* fftreiUcaoa Xvtac Be expand bteait .g oere 0. si pie recap* M aJ I*
.ro fact that he otadd ate fise a> ntmj to;vmmfltm MId rlranarth* -
fat ii'
if aaxaber eacat
That wbr tb eiti.j j *bady. *
wa lay ; ao that
tree aswMB of tb* Ktdaey
.tr die 1 MN ,
grew H. aaaf: I Jfca B. Stxaa ralTc-natr ia j t aacfet-aotaller tbaa the CbnctiaaSeaHM 1 t ttey eaa.***** aad airala from the
: peraaastott- ibis tau Mormon Who I waV -et d tbeaeto
mia .. The IMKUSM) Ubrarr f Moad MIA TaD raWaJ1 crowded -
J 7s. aeet. ttaa the Hebrew body iaUu I waa oScral a oammmaloa m doe 'aad wads matter watrn cause aol Pal atka Florida.

trt. a* weld a ttxia mrlil aad pabat i U btaaff awOt. ta* formal *-. oae-rixtb a* axcer* nsdar stay bat I eteilaal b Tccly :early nb.watartsla- tt ae..rr+aatalr ,

cal.cia' t. .rev L 1.11. ;.eb.d to take a*MX a* it rrrt waa. :ae.the apIiM*. inn-il.1illi a*aaasif mteQaiseM e tattag a c.J c.gcssate dist.tea Ev-rTf saaar wvtrt -

wbr a cwt **r aimi.atattiiy afleenaad :the CoUr* of Liberal Art to a rtyoabtod. !I,oa. a* tae. Metawdana. aaaatberaacoa ilia Pais I ._____---1ItF wwm aDa who feels that u.tir kid- v- t
Ui evtffr tw aty Gatfaolae tatbee
grand fartec cad eaarta d* 1 the Academy to big***. for i Cait*d SfcU ppruwmlag a the regard*f a j gad ui u.lartaaaey \a.T* ace stet healthy sad active,or -
cafe work ia aa .ri ir way? Wby I:ebeaa of KaNe to lest dIa.* M bMa 'flfUetb pan aaaaeraUy Ik*reviwdCbrtotiaalty 1. tee aot bad a lower already Had tkawa ;whho aa ort from any armarytroaMe be.rlale t.t. ---- -- -- -- -
tiaraar. tasld .r
caa't taw ordiaarr eidzca. b* tesaioar ; it wa cfan yar .10. The Batiat ; sad leu than a ba rdredtb d dB ..ettateatw I ti.ald t= .ap tlb.., a*It to eeruunjf Portable Saw Mill Outfitsth
of the miaiiiaiiiij e'ttic a-I bare adeantad Ie lbw j at cAmon.
I aa bay t-arateg a allvio I *.t U*'[* to bratty .twie a* Me- I aaaeli cooo.and may are 7-
lip. the-". ba amp"m t*, Ta alwt i>tl.utioa 1 bad '
for taanly a.t.. baatut aeeapa- raw big aalTrrOrjbetocr' t w the 1 call icixtf tbe-Ameraeaa CkarebTb -! ass cavil ainrry aid .efferbg.l-
ajr '
of litaa was at a eugpie I wilrml.Jb gwlh ''awwbile- t_t on early, Engines and Dollars and all kind .if Wnod Wirk-
doll cad trrmr tilt mar tay cMMr Florida boys cad cilia.Tb I *Florida CatbaUc. i a aciabcr c( f. iaaddaeaA 1' tbey will
my We
oar bdtme i dna- My Macbinerr and Mill Sopplie carry a lug ---ck and
'' ia aontal wa I do trot car mjlf : btiaftadIx tsuihed dMI.a'mix log can
; j' maa a -c me i eatber rapply
Write for illustrated
Matt Meet The flil.ni. i immediate shipment. Cat"i ,1g. W, ,
Lake CSI Index that take if oar make anT
** _d* I rat them to mad all, ? aayFletwdara t.ell : pno*! readylo

this Gaff that i* ia the v fr*cads oottea arty ba a gra&feigto 1 We are eoaviaeeJ that GwvemarBroward j. The r D7 chit: < H.c ap at Mm. I Iaaw I :ft aC U' thew.i a. y',iu money -
iatd t* call.aa extra
aboat u.- sos.mdrbWay ttiUY- but if acr accaarjerr that his act wa laaratlaiiiilJik 1 Add_ .11''letter o
> gaiau ,fctKfipa of tae )e hs1 tare. Tb dfltres -J i -Ieo it
ricbt Fl ro>4 ra waa mated 1 < aa a tab I *pnii doa"t ocr*Scai*let b. y cad U > r of tw utvmred Bew paper>ait I Two ptiulec..Derv' Dasttlt; about
i aUk theta oaffitoo. sad ta* *e ons to cr a.te the public 1 kaocktid **n> doers fietare a* raid '.
f.etifch tterm-tLat wbat I 'y any a fradte epos ; k ir toff cwa a fttaat.I I Malsby Co.
naiad the that aarti a retaBate-1 wa atawt ar uj o.at@aatat.
all hem Tai J ixcprenraan know.- MIll me.I palntad I
IB* Lv- T
lor I am 01 d>i "T+- gr4unc ft* way I
tax weary ; 1 ,
c to *oviac s us end gets
, p ateiai-ary ny :
aced >tttai. .*. M Uffbt Nee J ; a *lx r'emee a. t srooad ooe day. t'm .
lM Uxi{ talk aaoat tae tract aad chi a a the xoveroor to determined ta make, card at me left tte erf. The cut trrla __ 41 B. Fonytb St.
. railroad laaburu aced waJd tike tt. t tr aad rod Bat slat don Edited Aj>-j,the pings He seems mTHrwi tosass : boN the name ctl Jaailne Dg.wysad i I. ttgtr starry.Nate aif terr

rkyafd.at iu*D.01 1U. waat 1* reaoa. tocaU tb* k-ttsiatae' ? tt jack it cep I 'j.im_" Atlanta Georgia.
that Chat Inwt
of the d Imam
hear seer* tbiaf pat !.urvtaer. bet falter lest yeW..tstinoor j ems oy parry me 1 "awbbg a wbat I did said,
{l liria; oa a tuftw-r lrti cad do era I ISis aa wit* lb.tx1U'ed Fa.dota -raJ4 mot cat-taia ala Ia : the lever of the CtL! wbe bad bw I tile otter -I pamar4 a lee of m.tI I

! pall it gart.esta (or. aaywaj-T ji j tab dUtDS&a bto newspaper tried wsd taa j J--1 a rat .tt.-u" reek* i I f: CCGCCGC6CCGL'GC7377777J0i

if" Tbr WnL.UoaIIM with this maa H4 4 __ oat"' eaeTtxtian- for i j.ba pat forward as a rateerfajce fartailag J' WeD. I wa oaU ed ta fIiW Maa-.,that deg am Matt the rtone before b* U
Tbeotcine ; the a*way of av idte(;meet ,j
1Ih 1tIlIItaU.
i>. i* aot a good America5iJ-. cal4eacdtdat. at Ocala on Ux Ikea can te batebeid bas aaavaatly iac Mm vmdfr doe Pert code wtmaalobjeiwlair !toad oat -I! 11'ew Stock i!?J Let us know jour jjj

F TM-Bjnunt bore tnn H._rt>i tfc .' cwt yrotoiw w be a aajqcc and :renal uaafiaataoa..bat the papala"bave avyaetf n a wttse file fw J T tlOT
.Tt bMoa bars la a oomajry wben failed to eotaiaae sad threw ala fat m I )erne ttni ia Komk lianVi as they j jJ
aaeMSraba. ooeaUoa fan the; liIKJof 1 1tl doe trxai be seat a>e w a a4w Garden Seeds
tbear baa iato the auAll else j J after they bare late ttsned. ai- 3Grocery
a'rri u
? tore u a rear wbo kindly I' tof'J' Florida. It to expectedtfcat j baviar tailed of tae cbertobed par.1 axe mat U* Tuladpal was i rased t.desa to tfWs !. \ \4
asa>mit ell the of rorrrameatIad eaadUatrc oat aced ; bit m JdIDac' see sag I fttttrrut bdie ,
aU ttx oxrr tJbe
poe of wiaaiay peopie to ae. f fi
of itB ia a nrpeetaato faaVioa ratbtr fiiai for Fall Planting. \
eittKexia *
the Dear
give __ tar ices the ia- .
a* r3jr aU UK>M vbo expect to ease j q ac* ia special DO VOU GET cP"I
des sot openly ask far a cxar Be irUl be at ttu OMtijc. ,.piNod aew paper at laM bit apoatibe be stabbed sa doe back. I bad *ttJe _. I I Wants u
oat. jret-Mit idea of awaking the railroad tbeeapt 1 no t aft a* a sbut or a toieer. n i low ua
tg Oar
Ifeare prices are aa
b '.c. be tbrit to every IS.*.* people i i WITH A TJDfX BACK u
sad a* Kacjaa -* roat for tae nntcriurr ex-' I tarew users dar de wbeiber I abash iLdacy I Ij
t.blnf n say old oScxal .. cbaaent .tt_ the dt* t of ktulatare.s sds of equal high and will be ii
sill attend to I _of eoaveeicr the ctem be ia a.ZoeHr dot at re-alit r *. Tb mart tsar tt>etocae i j Tulle bUs Tpt XlScnb1t. y u II
tbtoH Bod M acpiraat for political roveraar foB TSMdfea '
: I I'b Inifvt pairyi of pitch be sold. furnish you with the '*8t n
tt ,oSctal to oaJy bto Mrra There Ie oo bu for aa extra quality can
> _. Tt Idea of this eoartatioaorlciaai i I M f+0a. aad fa**it was .
Mouan of tfe* lefialatare tke j aria u good obtainable at e
and that be. aa matr. haIL aadtrU d with Hoa\ Fraak Bama.olitor j I I knew the feafew coald do witb CMwtiat t We handle absolutely turprisa "
of the eomanstioe appoiat made X3r.yro .
report by
Americas form of g.Ttrasest.taperatbT lie Kted. aad. a* au ceoaad bad J -,----1 race ingly I low price. n
hton .if j jI. !
of the Ocala Baajw-r. to iavenicate UM a.air*at U>e tutor i = re"f nothing that has not

datum I wads talked of candidate for gov4raor. -+: aal Improvemeat Board. It the dU- flaIlS me be would km use the piosject d 1 I1..oat.tar Swamp'f I Nona bat Fim-clasa g< Dds j;

Cvery Aaxrieaa oa: to take a 1 I. H. MTrr be I.r_ between I't ric.; that report was FM tay- Before Sx ag. aeere' a a aerl ter cad bladical been carefully grown did shelf hereV aij
j pTerDOl".j room '
of aad the sad ,dlo&k now sad ta r.eivta!IT etbteen bad tea a<* tone *saan*eI my grtOittdaa t 'Qer reae g
day BOW m I i bet if this _*eBtkM ffOTM the I maths bean, whoa tae te-xisla-j kmIo aay owe etoe. It was tbla < ; J eJftS1me. I I\ from the choicest want to convince you of this u
late -
at tte eoraerctobe jrortromeat tl at DOV at tca atmnred. the tar will _T".ia pier eesrisa of tie
tti'uti7 for piimju cane I dkJe't traapa Stock Seed
l.aeeK. Northern and for
ediSee. I that rill come to him a*the !1 anua.. to worth the cwt of aa extra li*. Rae I hot had Ufcr3y iaatteca J toacteeiith cmui-.i I g so come see yourself g gg

This eoraer_to pupnlir noTe r- i.I f..u..rolt.h.man-meet rill t*raft ,,<*.<>ioo thou the povernor will be sad a fair share of pride I beUeve I a _1 =4 r discovered after rear for seed purposes, and i or, phone your order in 't< ou
ia eatatlkac die L- I r-es
KTtirT. All tite old poven eel km mon ubaa the rorraotrbip-, ,jaatifleid a-xia the*ta.teIf mot then expense be eaa I cawed bare left Pans by aai f ,. :: 01 y.rc Or.+aud KQacr. they j suited to the most critical No. 54 and it will recn a

emptmrc, lvarebi i aad arictocrade Sot jatify tae _eataiUaeat tb* ex- tra3.n.e 1 emmeal b dur and prompt and careful att.-n'. uj

wtta.u eTer. fco far aa tbto laaJwaf Stetson University Ve per I'prate by brisglae ia elM stew to bet j. gbt before the meetm; I was j''bia .pecalst. sad i* woaderraCyir I Harket and Gar

taco ntd. were takes away tad !I .re be
dictribat wjanlly to the meta toyosd.t : One of tt .trv.t a&l met 1.g s.'h 1 Theft stood George EitcwaHKy Tea : uric IIci catan'i of the faaiiiiifr aced r ri j Free delivery nj g
faea.aUl ex -reslunc of the re4ino a' wbea u tbe wont:
i Impreaawa wa that I bad fceea ads Ettgbt i Pweave.
( Poor Tat i nL.
rroctry. tbe bstcbeff. the 111. o/ SU-UOB 1"alTenif'J' Lib. tao- 'ayerTt"Tv -
rf tjdne-r tmaWe.X .
I takes la bto dead BeAce 1 oroU furs
baker. Che rasa oat oe the fana..z CI'aU day Vtsptls TtJi. Mr.-iff fa a die :I I wa a ratbericg here ibis : 1 >-, S-rimes Swamp'Root s not nc- C. i
muni be sail I.ae .
to a bcpreaataa Stephens
macaer of men irrecptcciv. owealtb ->' trait part of the CniT.rtitr wake I week of the daaJtaaia pas 4 -----'Io.far everrtlnBg baa if}vet UTe AckermanStewartDrug j .

or of Every I eat U rt oraiz d aad ttoooTt-1 a dint .Croom TrsL 4.U. sad otber lesser : kadoer. Inv*or Uaodcr troebue n wi2 be I Cd
oeeapataca of the meet iscportaat of etc Coi'erIT 'lirbMof tbe "*tralfbt- nt' factioo Get lip! tbe ,. 11 bills Co.
Grocer gJ
Ametteaa wits dH le ttaUficaUas I 1 '. Tt .V .rri tM I dal sad aced ia .I ,
acuTit >M. > i i to deeka* whether the Goveraorboold *o lay t )amas. bees towed ra so tntav waYR IB bcwpcul B
of maabaod ba cot wall tbe privilg -: cot a dead lector kept for the aafceof ,. be permitted orltred_J wattfag tie atrt more m tatoa tRanawaLtIr. 1 work sad n lance practice aaa bills .

** bat ba city imposed spa him 1' the oaa>*. bat to aa a are fort bathe ;call aa extra tiiilon. \Mod, will a CGaIIIIe 01 f.Bs were -.JIac proved sosotleLtil a i oy 09e tam a i I'alatka, Florida. I* Kirby and llorrt Str M g

tae dotes of an these:n. -: aesaal life of the iLatit..D4aT .. f talk oo the .abject sad tb* bomb I II a corner Garc cook baled cad! arr>act=Dest ba bees made brwmea g
emperors I :. .Teaisr between fr sad I I .ill explode witboat previous formal -1 ro the ants tan pawei tamtU onraerd aU reader t Un pex. woo bate 1 1 Palatka, Florida. B
o.ifareti< aced araiuaeraeieewbirb fire e eiock. tike tJKjal of toe Ca>- have
oouce. Look oat: soaseoodyi I I aaaatniy dU tile ass AAn amt already trod t:-cay a rmpkyaile r.
oar fon-fatbert dwe if'd: .nit sad tM ddtxms of DtLaDIl I coue to get ban. *Io .., seat n- by rue:. arc a book terg.owo :- I aaaaaaaaeeeecczsscscctrrr.o
Sew lie back aU left foot
la the A odatortani tau boar a pates pat ,
suet ass bowtoSadtm3Tuhatekrcnecrsr
wit*. it wih; tw ice o Florida taxpayer > -r SWmap-il"{ a.ro..SAILS?. J WALTHll.UaVB0
of worvMp. Wbeo the Vesper bell : TaUabau Tree Detnoerat.Dwed t aad toyed wtta mr foO. TJx raedealy I : artam Yta.IMaL, Secy and Truce
Each tae of oj eo-beir with oar i risrt avers of people wag be eec,! b* Jatftd. I ... bat dM hot bIG tablet wr.-r=ti',- res: -Y taeaeseas I ;

1..11) .. eioxec TO all tit opportaaju CMMDioE from all dirt' tovard From The Capital fee bi* foB ass taraatk m7 body ooIId's-p.lxr t': : -= The G. Loper Bailey Co }75 Dollars Cashwill

lad aka all the refpobciMlttietf tar rt.f'1"5 tT. The Auiitonan u Toe In/rraal Injprovetaeat Iave WbBc I awes woadettec. be aaU. "OnraartT" aLt.O D:,1::ek -- ac''

the (,.tAt experiaMBt ia fre : tons filled vitb dHow people ..00Nf.t tirati&e Coacmiseioa ba bee ia sad sale tile same* laottiiteal Cs. JliD.s1u--wL -. < Bates
tbe ranoc* pbat of tbe Fire Insurance buy our 2-horse power
,, tja arala Ibis week sad w* c-re. .lIft'IIotIIi- aqua """"t saetbteagb >*. Y The rq-r.lar 4k-: :
roveraateat ever made $ OSgalmsEaeb Ul* of the town and KJiool. You !same tfc.ir work i* about at aa ead. I II tae l fn ast .a age & Edmonds Gas or Cas line Kn-
ODe 01 a* to tot one iota !**. U. t. ao PDCI Teper only ooee to and will head ia uGTetrot i My for
i tsai woo ttM-y Reason sellingurger
doBar bottle are arSsa.a.aat American and gine.
sari an*
of force the life -r" it yocraea. Leading Foreign
ooaTicd Its m
rpvu !b>e tt.a acv outer am- be Brows tatr refwrt- j aU D make Can be't 'III
aold drawMia needed.
i of the eotumaoity: everybody to 1 dU.Ji M *asc=rd. caaUtc arrrral by rood engine
: Ttt mmor carr at i* that His Excelieacy
Tbi power eaaaot to* deU-pai matake. tot rrsMscber lie fiaxae
I then: tbe Jii. ar all doss: every will more tbaa Ukelv call Mala envy *a* of wblea faCcd. oar CompaniesAccident operation at this office.
Dr. !:rawer s 5wamp -
dod-d or evaded witboot treaaoo to t etrmreb to 'r *t-ntd: U e vbote station became oC tile dcfeaae. bat to awe swa.c.aoot
rej : that tear.!) t.ntd..r extratfct of not and the ddrej. BBcbasScn. JS. Toa THE PALATKA SEW
every fn&eiplt of Aaaerieaa elf-I people Butte ui the vortbip.several : -gtatare In a few more day*- of ny caw dwmBut I kept scats rrrrTboaSe.
gor.rnmoat 1 thinei c Dbuie bo make Tsllabaasee Tree Leatottat at wa -ea i to a* taat M j :
erTia wbM it K. There to the
: this sea trot George amadtag befor n*.bat The most ratios eats>ry ell aaU)}.
Aadltonum heel!. built u would -Dr Tbootaa' Electrtc Oil to the Restaurant.
THE PENSION LAW. I seem for last cab aa oeeauve; tberr bet remedy for that cfta fatal dbraretroop. i ray ara>7 of tileror.. sad last asy4fe Jtj weft the PirtMacm. Tbeir teraaoa The Travelers of Hartford European

An.OBS the topic of ereatt later; I. the tonne from tae great orraa. a I Ua beee used ..i.1I1a dat
rat d .ed at tbe receat Peaaaoolareaaioa maNe always to nanoooy vitb the Beee**in ocr family foreirtb y." ;. caorcacfnUr OasITah2 Sag au my deraatatiaa *f the conatry Ufe Insurance: Furnished Ruooma.
co spirit of the"T..IIIGi tour: then are -Sir*. L WbittiaciY Baffalo. \. Y. ': wattaraioca oy acCrKj nsy a>:rag u. that a bsudrad ears later tt>* terror
of tie Florida diviatoo vlCoofirderate I: Mfr_ the T.-n-irr ebolr 1 threw u wlib oa c prime cart ma- 01 3e tTTlfziftS )BT tSdOQ gave the Hot and Cold BathsAt

ve*ra&*. va tbat ofp a splendid body of traiaod .iar '. THE LIVING PRESENT.Over ,. ttg aiy tell deaa throe c* tb body a;netle Jana the Me fur roe of hIS The Old Reliable "Germania

>a iOB*, la tbe mala tae her p a. !I I and then* of beet the oi PretidetitAltorttfier all M e brief telliacaddrec my bead the .1&. dtotaat said :, tefor me sad tmaklz.r ny f8 aca ctla 1a5-ITtehI i share i iI life" of New York

.00 law of the state met the approval tbu aerrtee to one to be pale sad cold: I salt Charles KupperLmscJi,

of tbe .tC -r..bat .u oa 1 1 rene
ka--iu liability to abate by 1 with all the goad tradltaoe. of cad aearred cad old; tm I wa arovaad at 4 o'clock by MICA I II Marine Insurance: Palatka

BBTonbjr upoictf'd I CiueerMty life. It u eeotlally Isliee Back of me all that seaL an the limitlea I ny cetood. Bad I ireuotd or badGeorf

with the okodera of pat.Tbe Bb cwalt back abwDC I
eoawtpooa con
oat Tbe Fonda peaaiae roll *bud fat wsitiaf jroad, Ueotaateaaaurd. The Leadimg CompaniesAll For
U>. fa&etiaa of tbe CniTtrktty aa a Mew I coM wia? TL toils Rood e
be a roil of boaor. cad it eaaaot btliat radianaf centre far re-lIl11l' in its .vat: ? .
(be-craer. Nettber ra* brokea. I New and Up.toDateFurniture
I a.t the aster of all that ba beeo
,icflaeae Toori _tali'to a for Ita Claims
wbea tbere to left opportucitj t* Promptly
I bad I '
bare dreasiel. Aa aooa a*
or that to to fc<- tam
the of DeL aad itJD and
the sad people < -
for aowortby me* to pet their cases are a winter* melcxMoe a* the M.de MTb* :The world lyiag aadrer my- feet sad r I 1 fit !a1ll By dotb we west OOWB- c:-.g \=:1 .l Settled.

ap&ti itTbt followiaj rolBUo& wtKfit idea of tbe eerriee la to revs toe star lookiac dews at as*. I Raira ayied tato a eamac* cad raced Its- -; I If'rxwt House Furnishing Goodsat

oa ice *abeet were pa** d by tfc* ;ttfccot a adee eold_ public BabykM. ia dart; never a celerycel away to tile puts of axettac. Tbcr "t.,' c. '. DOea. U Front St PILATU. Ft* low
..*: >xf-re4loi to the in! U etaal sad relifioiu I call stead "J'Ida a **if aatte- very

Wirb reference to the sabjtdt olfrtznovt raiuln of tie .e ooi; sad of With fear oa bto parted lip from toed look ate face wbaca sexed t* >y,-c. f'a Go toR.

the actioa of tbe *tate aU the fortes of tbe l"nl *r !ty that any of Xiaeveb'walk; I.. -'l *b>H km you ia a few may- : c.-err-PC 1ie.a .s Maurer 1

fiia.tnr. ia '.iar a more liberal .'make for r ftito. sad c ltare Troy M only I a aaaw;Oaar to choo. -- _'ot T Rat-and I 1I

law for tb. aoldter*of the bate war cad all that u bat ia ebaract the t to j.n.iI.e- I reaeaUered tae laapt I bad practiced '-' S. Mooney

cad tae widows of sate wbo fat Temper amee juxS. oat matt dioactly. *- :Back of me cpread f art ia aa-- la my dream. If it wa a dream. ? Roach-Paste ,
user j&a5Wanted -
their live dark Iu eootlaaaaee or I Who usa wou*.re tAM bakes yesterdays 1 1 ears-. y-**" .*
and felt that It wa say sty caaaea.Alooat TS : they** ** I'alatka. Florida.
of the good wards sad sweet 4.em.. ..
b... U>ce died. wa r..boG.. .K .1'1"D4..r my feet tae world over my 'S"800"P W
wit coat tbe olieita.tioo of tbto Dttt- a ae ve bear The ..orll'Uawh. _- tae.k,. aa Was as wo bad cravseJweajMas G (C1mc.at .. b-e.4r. ---
sea or of tbe a/*oc.ati a of vbieb it I. ea may be foTEoae-a. bat ail wet :Here *t the center of tbia**.ta tbe j I pt my left foot back cad SU-9 sold-.- Mi6e.aiw- and Embalming.
form a part- Use of tae ireaenm !!abit ally atuod the.rrieeof this livutf .reet aat I. toyed for a few women with icy adversary a r eivans e a _T. Peuen.rrenT Undertaking

of IU .oti3lwa vupef boer will always carry with Wade. What tben was lamy
tmrpo- w rrikre i
Oat IB the far far
teyaod. wattiag
the applieaat of tbe atC of tbeia beaatifnl _ri sad "aplI I God' rood tuce.Spleadid 'I ere that dtoaoacerted bam 1 choral

pr vinc tbat fa* or the wa ia iadireot -I I die may rise teroe* may kaow. He mat buts arts aaaetala '

cire-iaaiaae. ra.tiord.ww..ky I boo...._. Cbert. for be abowed a moiaeiaaryMat. HUCKLEBERIIV

"A larre majority of brae sidles. DeL 'Tbe past may meacare as alast the SriUMt my oppartaairy. feei- ;.
and WMOV* bave aeerpt.d tee provuioo 'n ,amt.. .' .. esrb.oc.Y' tae f itar that is so be tax a caaddeao I could acre aoeoext ferS.t:h''.
of Uu lt&oa aad ba. ,r.Yv to u. .a la nm if mdnnr' .'
taw etMX>nd aad. itIt c .roes es.echo .".whsty apfroved : i d .tf*Y J tae r'eawL.oa' storied ecatary; ,.. : .
I ..,.
f' body sad r.4ed eight "n.n C.e w" "L .
ba* made the drei.for year &: trter rum. pr Ir rat -.! prop aaaora aaar see with a my eaemya paw m. .*Cr. K 1\'- .." J..-." .at.: ...1 _
mmsi lam bnft>t.r aad bappj.r t cum OIMT )neeaea.x*.. Iir flora Ti-ioa ttta*ball be clear. was Itches from hi* '. ... ''''' -v-''L ,.. .: '.", 5i.p.
1 edai W.e..uy her tae Dee ... J"L'- ... ,... .: : ar
eat enabled its to provide for 4 .a.ea ._ ,...rt Bat tIM fatar ia dub, cad I.dw- 1 ass aanird away ta a trala for -. T.-" ..i, "

tsar famUiea many _lone to :.: LDa 155s aA red .Ida .|.Mil. aai ber*. ;, s.a: where I <*Ja d for borne. I 'JiI__ .
wtiicb toey had beee aecaatotDed iutrjTir / In-mpttra' away a : sal a. take .
aav* aevere 7aJaI
hadbe sapeamu sad [corms. ee.a-a e I stand at tb.cad of UM ... w ttrrr cp HANDY MOTH
more i/rvrp rotu day* bat ..e-mc. Kerr feu laY.'etaau envs wbetlxr Gers:"Eiacwait rettraft PAPER ; ff
*> depriv-d nf rhea tbelr dtoa.biliu tae Ma.e .'a Tee. to-scat :are tile tatar bza I staid; { *
wet 1 lie ta tae doss from the del M ate mj Hie, .. .. UAe ji{
** and waait.r etrott aaflnMjtb III .IfJl1 or teas Emperors ; aa may .5 m.th 's.U.LL pr
IW a '. nett,_IL i.,tfr.e ItraiT lli. to eomaad whether eTeetod tile pure throachi "_r ,-7"A. '.- .t" tut. .4. sear _
for tbe labor aad ; _.
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-m baaiat** ae- O .eaevaai rasa _vtwrt.it.ratbr.a.naeeeeee I ..-- ,.a ...' ,,. ..t-
p. rj ( .2.Ud
nasty of tbeir earlier manhoad.Tbe [ air ._ 7 11Io tar ..tr Bat greater tbaa rulers aabora aad diem u whether tae drew, tf such w', b.b. '..of".a4.- Questionis .lJjKit i _
eonmitCee feel a* oar-.' air eFTartac wart-std.wria. greater tbaa hays, wb* have ''It. saw wa bat aatanL Xataru or N' taw a,'.. r-L.t .- ..W. .6e Lan .1

a-acder doe with rfrecce to throe .d- tae ids. Tae St :eta .taws 1w reic-d ..-'_ die vtamttoB cave rae r-.a..r rasa sot.-as. ala SettledJ ttJ.

wbo .far above the aced of a -c- _.set are Mr_. ',Am I that awe bop !e my Worst tie vfct erj Taat add to the oozaaueattaa erassit.. tnwa ; ji
Seta hare applied for _. We do wad -victor!** suit to te caiaed'fader to tat I ban atan bece toadthat ---- ---- ------ .\ k
sot critaeto tbem. ea.eb _r_.' my feet tae wortd.*ver ay ibllful UeJ. I -
': Jotaaa- whit 4Wr abort I i iIDIr what 1 coated of tworinminiatpI FOR '.G.,Vrx. A srccES 3''fiL
mash decide for biaijf wbat he bead the *ky-
wtbt to do. Haay who are apse -' pSajr* j, Here at te orafer of this,., ia tb* Is I well fcawn as certaia erptrca sad "THE OLD WORLD ">S / z,.* 1,6""s 'I "'1 f
poavd be la good circvaattaaee I Donate-a tad b* fait Out b* bad ; livtajtpreaeat- b calDed tae ImcMM bags

iuve bardetu of rt* tb* woda of bl* snowy.Jsbuadatlkg 1 -. XL Ktoer.I J ECGETE DKAPEB.
to Mar whicb tbeiraei
.ley 1 AND ITS WAYS." feW prtdxct a d / "/
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.are aoeafBe*. Caaaot Be Cored The TcHHKr-B*w aM are you Tea

.. t tbe e mmlue are eeurety baak you for the rtnfm i ,-tary tictjr :1 A..sawn. [rl'. The Bey---Aw. ma MTV rm too -8" tmtke. Our Imf 'Xninl'LlII" ,, i

ia banaxMiy vita the vi.w tea the et seat trial .sots.a Tea; to feat the raain I Hte aa* tI
eaaap aad ladrrldaal eomrad raata rm eH to try =feet I daa *M '_' Wid. JENNINGS BRYAifa eigar busixtst lnu jive iu e.I% t "

bo.ld d. all ia their power to protect sdace.raa.ca ..0.lialat M Wz
the rolto from TBUr5 SO tar -Tae ass tar seas r Waste -- ;. t-p.Ra Parr uI e.pwa the "
peaioa unworthyapplic..n GHAJUTASLE la.wkdse.ecesjny1
rf.eaae .era ee obtain the
teat H.iZrlga for tfcITC. yft4
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sad tbem
to aid-
purge by .
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TMetnrteetretclatetever "
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'v all _1M were act tree aJ ad to strew yew .eta -C tat test.ua La?' .
fl'IIe hT-r oMapialat. If yon are ottlovas4 ..- .a 4..T.nil e. oaworrfitrrrr yoar aom ae.4 aat aa iset the *K>atta"ra Coafederacr"Aad __
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prosecutor turned to the Jury amount was sufficient l to lift the mort' o himself When "
I ntidenld thought ba wished for TheM" is a young artist iu Washing

I The Hidden Cause. charm"That from this the woman devil received Is proved the in J jA Tragedy of Pride; I to condition gage his, host and bo without Wallace made security.was offered that to Don Tbe loan only Rafael it tTLate Learned Secret since attained he upon'"When bad bad no shriveled wit or< children In his bands to bestow I ton who classes school ulnmelf drawing nod as wbo, of generally,the being!mpresslonlstle >

this: That she has healed a number of should thereafter listen to tbo advice 1t you feel that way again, somewhat makes for out his In lack of tecbnlque by
persons with it who are ready to tes- of bill slater, dismiss the vampires to comfort np count'a
Original. and we'll try and
[ down color recklessly
tify to the fact We Original.( him and endeavor tOrlglnal.l come spreading
of this story shall show that who were preying upon 4 4At
The essential points ibe healed ono Illrnm Oldornbaw, one Don linfnel Alvurado, a wealthy citizen to iiiralgbton his affairs EH MuluoIIand, a bachelor of forty, you" said Lydla. In his ing on distance for his effect
wistful look eyesas he once
Annie Gaunt and Margaret Sherwood.. of Mexico, claimed descent from Wallace did not doubt that the man at 10 o'clock at night went up three There was a an amateur ,
"Ti/lflOZ( at Salem, Mugs, a number the drat of a that Alvarado would thankfully tlia. door' of his ) ho closed the door. ..- hung one of his most extraordinary
palsy, the second of a fever who made the famous he had offered to bolp pairs of stairs, opened he sat In the reading

-, young girl" want into fits and accused and the last of chills. Healing by leap across the break In the causeway accede to his terms Jle was dls- rented room and as he entered heaved That of night his club pretending to read performances." said friend whom tile artIst
several persona of baring bewitched divine power bas not been possible III when Cortex's appointed. Don Rafael showed a beard by Lydia room "Well, a
army retreated from a deep" sigh. It was while be was watch! the work, "I don't
the newspapers bad taken to see
them. This started the famous fifteen centuries All healing is by the Don thorough appreciation of tho kindly daughter, aged to to the
capItol. Rafael's ancestors Nutter, tile landlady's lug the clock. lie wished go flutter you, old chap, but that
delusion. While the divine power or by the Interest that prompted the offer, but want to
witchcraft devil, ergo had acquired a large tract of laud in :Twenty, who wondered what causedIt. house where be roomed but be would Is far and away the best stuff you .
about this charm from tile trait that dominated the Al-
nt IW height a woman the devil But pride,
frenzy was the Satan first bewitched ancient Tlascala, one of the Moxicaaprovinces his accepting*the Had she, too, boon forty Insteadof go neither too late nor too earlynotafter have ever done. I congratulate you. 4
varauos prevented
brought before the
old was child to not so
fortv years condemned whom he It and ono of thorn at ono time lam twenty without having followed thecourse Lydia hud gone to bed, Much pleased, the artist was reoulv
that had per- gave and she has been
court have come
court a Owned a gold mine In Don Rafael'syouth he dictated by nature-mating and early that lie would seem to fug the compliment with becoming
vomiting crooked plus and possessed ever since There la but "I owe ;you a world of thanks, I his Intention -'
eons for one to the family wealth: had boon very aid "but Alvarado cannot accepta rearing children-she would have understood -, to be with ber, for that was modesty when he chanced again to
in sieves, but a court consUtut- way stamp out these works of nn chose half past 0 as the
lie turned very
Bailing great, nnd wealth and ancestry are the words at the picture and
the same form as our bell that are being worked among us." favor., What would these, my ances- that If translated into It and aft glance
exactly conceal ,
011 in father and mother of ; hour most likely to committee had hung It op-
The The
There'wax Meanwhile the pride young tors, think of mo if I should acceptmoney red.
Judge sat
of the present day. looking fixedly the sigh would say: hours' watching the clock, left ,
courts man to consider er two
was brought up no one side down,
the advocate, the Judge < at the prisoner no seemed to be from my slstar'a lover "011 this lonely room I" In tile sitting
was commit''
prosocutor club. Lydia the
the In Mexico his that Mexico tbe to the head of
equal was Hurrying
twelve good and true In a revery, to be reaching back Wallace argued with him, pointing chosen
of as had In his youth the mother
Mulbolland mother loud
and a Jury Ell with ber launch Into a
room to
made especially for the Alvarndos and about to tee, he was about
out to him the ruin was
Judge was a venerable through a mist for some bygone scene 'I which to beguile fancy work.
The with at some Informed of
athletic sports Lydia
men. that an Alvarado could not accept a fall him and Its influence oa his rending, complaint when ho was
and ten. When the prosecutor ceased bo upon
nearing threescore' years asked I man's early tonight he the
hours. Ho was a "I'm In hour before
man favor or withhold one. llo his leisure\ the good news that an
all it
future life no purpose
Be was dignified, as all Judges are sup- and for the charm. It was handed him, Don Itafaol lived ou his hacienda, a could not break tho man's pride. He man rather than a girl's man. Ha remembered said to Lydia "There was nothing doing picture bad been sold for '01. Tbe
nosed to be, and made an Impressive a singular expression came upon largo estate beaming at the club. I've brought some mark bad been $19.-.
that remained from the was obliged to go- to Dona Isabel and a pair of bright eyes original price
In his robes of office. The his features. Then bo looked up as if cards Would you mud a
appearance original grant of the king of Spain. offer when he bad won thenhnmnloii playing Llpplncott'a Magazine.
accused of healing the trying to extricate: himself from a tell her that he had mode the upon him l
prisoner was From his walls the portraits of his but had failed to effect its acceptance. for single sculls. They game? _m +
therefore with dream. CUD
miraculously and him
.i b smile that greeted
e ancestors looked down on bin, all That night Wallace was suddenly accompanied them Again the Where the Hors Bit Qora. Q,
bip of the c.\ vJl. "Let the prosecutor, he said, "and I and the smile that him of tbe face that had beam-
the seeming to say the same words, "Re- awakened from sloop by hearing aool.e him than a minded I "Now please show mo the spot) wheretbe i
"How do you effect your cures? the attorneys and the Jury listen. Forty were then no more ed him when he had been an "
member that you are an Alvarado. In his room as If some one bad upon bit George Washington, wax
nnUod the prosecuting attorney years ago I was a young attorney of passing whiff of violets. Now, as be athletic victor.: Then it bad been so.compauled .. homo a''
Covering one end of the banquet room of furniture made by
stumbled against a piece astonishing request
"I have a charm which I hang about Boston I came to this town to try a entered his lonely room; he rememberedthat by the flush of victory, the the
was a painting of the Alvarado dow'ntow'npublisher.
original Ha listened but all was quiet. Matches vWtorof his host u
the Dock of the sick person." case, and my client bad no money with making tho wonderful leap. were on a stand beside his bed, and tbo girl be had failed to claim plaudits or"tboul auds. Now it was ,, country The latter had escorted him '

"Let mo see It" which to pay me. I was without a Don Rafael upon his accession to the he struck one. Its light revealed Don wan the wife, and mother of children, bestowed upon a lonely soul hungering about and shown him tbe statehouse,

The woman produced a bit of rolled farthing to take me back to Boston. 1 property began to outdo any of his Rafael 'standing near the chamber of the men be bad beaten In the race for oympatliy. the Liberty bell, Cnrponter's hall old r I
It to the went to an Inn and asked for meat and ostensibly
paper and banded attorney progenitors In splendor of living and door with a bag In his band, which He hud won tho cup( which, be bad so They sat down to a game Christ church, the grave of Bunjnuilii
lie unrolled It, uncovering some odd drink and lodging By the chimney hospitality. lie bail a sister, Dona Wallace recognized as his property.; dearly prized leaving for his antagonist of cards, really to one of love. LydIa Franklin and the slti of the house In
It Then he rat a girl, shaking with a chill. It middle aged
upon admired the ,
characters Isabel, who was an especially attractive It contained the gold be bad offered ) the girl whom be had considered hud which Jefferson wrote the Declaration
It to the Jury for Inspection. As occurred to me to pay my reckoningby whose hair was beginning to turn, bad
gave feature In his home She attempted his host-gold that pride had prevented Now the cup man of Independence. The publisher
the pretending to her. I asked her merely one of a million. the wife
at It : cure
dreamed being
each jurrwolooked poor but bad not where the
to chock her brother In his extravagance him from accepting as a loan. He the never heard of the spot
might be read, In'bis mother why she was not healed and was la a vault with other. trlnkete; great Ell
woman's doom pointing out to him that those was now attempting to steal itBy of ,one she regarded so home bit the Father of Ills Country,
the examination when she begged me to heal her I the light of a household. strawto
When a
ominous look. girl was clutched at what he regarded be took
he him ,
was entertaining were bleeding the brief burning of a match 1 but, equal to the emergency
Onlshed the prosecutor turned scratched these characters on this paper remembered another. whom he him from a desolate old age. anti
bad been and at the rate he was proceeding be Wallace saw the thief and Don Rafael Ho save his guest to Washington square
again to the prisoner. and hung It about her neck, telling would soon have nothing left. But her knew that bo bad been detected. The I bad played with lu a double game of Neither believed It possible to win the said< that It was In one of the corners

"Did Satan give you the charm?" tier that she would be well. I did not warning was of no avail. Some of the match burned out, and before Wallace tennis, an execrable player, but a soft game, and yet both bad already won of that spare (which one he did not

"I don't know. It was used upon me dream that she would, but I hoped guests taught their. host gambling could light another Don Rafael rushedto voiced beauty; bow be bad saved the it Ell Insisted on a stake, sweetmeats know) that the homo did the biting, in

when I was a little girl, One day a that she might at least mend. To my games, others borrowed money. Both the bed and plunged a dagger Into gamo by his skill and activity: how I and always contrived to lose It comuu'udatloa of which event the d

young stranger como to my mother's surprise, her chill did not return. Ina methods wero employed to Impoverish his guest and benefactor's breast oho bad received the prize-a silver might all have been arranged at once, square was uauieil, after the general.

house and asked for lodging. I was few days I asked my hostess for the him. /Gradually his bank: account melted Then Dona Isabel, bearing a light, -from Ids hands, with, but Ell, fearing to spoil bis game by The Kentlomnn from Down Yonder
at the time, and the reckoning 'It Is I who owe ,' she mounted racket; that great skill at angling and has
111 with the chills you away, his revenues became mortgaged rushed into the room, followed by others him she would have baste, thinking Homenhere was fully satisfied
stranger asked my mother why she said, 'for curing my daughter, not you and ont last ruin stared him In of the household. Throwing herself blushes that told was essential, did not dare de gone home full of good ready mode ,

permitted me to remain alck. when I I who owe me.' tho taco on the body of bur lover, she gladly takeahlw luuluud.TlieHo clare himself till the winter had pass history to toll hilt nulghbora. It wouldbe

could so easily be made well wbere* "It was I, not the devil, who gave About this time came a very different cursed her brother as a murderer anda ami others with whom be had ed and the time of the singing birds Interesting to ascertain the Identity

upon my mother asked him to cure me. I this child tills charm Why It cured sort of guest from the others, thief. feared to become entangled contributed bad come. Then when he bad spent of the wag who sprung this ono

Then the young man took that bit of her and why It has cured others I am George Wallace, a young American of Alvarado fled thinking that he had their part In that deep drawn sigh months setting hla trap he sprung it on George .Washington-Philadelphia

paper scratched upon it the characters I Ignorant But it shows that these considerable means oDd a graduate oil killed his guest and his sister's lover. so unintelligible to Lydia' Nut tor." Ho Ell Mulholland Is now fifty and his Record.

and bung it about my neck. Retold things we are attributing to the devil a school of mining engineering. He Wallace recovered and both ho and was uo longer. the companion( of young wife thirty.; lIe does not brood over

my mother that the next morning oave some hidden cause that bas not had gone to Mexico to examine a mine Dona Isabel, whom he afterward married people Iltf had panned the mating the difference in their ages, for, while When Raynsrd Go.. Hunting.

I would be well. What be said came yet been revealed to us. The prisoner for some New York capitalists, with n'', tried to find him, but In vain. and bud uot mated. when they were married she was but Those who have tried wild fowl I ,
to pass. I never bad another chill Is discharged." view to keeping a lookout for other' Alvarado turned bandit and under another last night, Mr. half his age, now she Is three-fifths of shooting know how difficult a matterIt
troubled o
from that day to this" More than two centuries have elapsed mines In which to make Investments namo became the terror of Mex "What you into '0111'roml1t" It. Besides, several curly headed urchins la to approach within range without

"And does the charm always cure?" since this reference to a hidden cause. himself. lIe fouud a treasure of another ico. Finally be was killed, and his Muluollnud IIH you went ) are of far more Importance to disturbing the birds. Tbe fox's: only

"Not always; usually. Some have It bas come to light It Is the marvelous kInd Dona Isntiol, and straightway body was brought to his hacienda. nnkotT Lydia the next morning both Ell, who at twenty; coveted weapon Is his mouth, and the range

faith and some are doubtful. I have effect of mind over matter. How proceeded to fall In love with her. Then for the drat time his sister knew an the 1 hncuplor> went out to get his wealth to spend upon himself, is now la necessarily short, but for reynardIt

noticed that the doubtful are seldom many years more shall elapse before Ills love MUM returned, and Don Rafael that the man she had often beard of lonoly liiL-nl.C.iHt.: happy that be bas a fair share of it to proves nil aufilclent. His knowledge

helped." tbo medical profession have harnessed though ho considered no- one as an outlaw was her brother. "I troubled What do you lucau?" spend upon his wife and children. of the habits of his victims promptshim

"Describe the young man who gave It as electricity; bas been harnessed and either lu Mexico or tile United States Probably there Is not another such "You drew sunk II iul Blifli." -It tills experience could be Impartedto to a suitable lurking place among

It you." apply It in place of drugs good enough to marry tie sister, consented example of family pride. As Eli:) bolted luto her sympathetic tbe young, how many more people the withered rushes la a clump selected ,

"lie was about the height of. his SILVIA LEWIS BALDWIN. to the match. GRACE ADA HOWE. Homulhlnic! of two decades before would pass a contented old age! to hide the contour of his form i
with features something troubled the which ejoo GERTRUDE QOWAN. aDd to match the color of his coat as
worship, and Something girl, viiiuu Luck, to aim Wus It too late almost '

like, only, being young, he was much "You're so vain, Maria," he said, did not escape the attention of her lover Correct. to sine what reiimluuil of his life from "Maud, I am almost afraid to go and far as possible. Lurking there need, be, !
her for It and she at What became of the children wholly Immersed In water If
handsomer. "that I believe If you were going visitlug He pressed Teacher- wllli ouch see father." '
loit>lliu>5 liiteimllled pass- your It.
"Come now, mistress, confess, as you In heaven you would ask the angels last confessed that her brother was of Agamemnon Pupil (after ma- n ; As quickly IIH the thought "You needn't be, Hurry. When be he waits his opportunity and seizes
? ,
dead ,
for for your sin, did you If were on straight" financially In a desperate condition. ture deliberation think they're lug year Well may his cunning be proverbial
hope mercy your wings ) Baum It was bimlgkod, Had he stood asks you If you can support me In tbe which t
see horns on the young man's head or "Yes, my dear," was the cutting reply After having tied up his resources he by thfs time. still fur tneuty years while others bad style to which I have been accustomed for there 'Is no animal or bird on \I
his pursuit
a cloven foot?" "and I'd be so sorry because you had mortgaged his hacienda, and tho Habit is a queer thing. An old gentleman grown old He turned to pass out tell him you can support me a great ho preys that can of the hedge- i I

"His brow was smooth,but as for his could never get there to see."-Atlanta mortgage was about to be foreclosed. who said he could not see to without reply) \ How could he tell deal better than ho every could If ithadn't Even the prickly armor |

feet I could not see, since he wore Constitution. Wallace, actuated by love and natural '' sign his name until given a pair of this girl, who when he was ber been for mamma's.. money.: bog proves an inadequate his presence protection lu J i
the fox requires
noble went straight to Don when
boots to bis knees. Impulses glasses was given a pair from which was scarcely born that he bad hour I suffered larder. fIt
age She-For nearly an his larder Ills larder! What a
"Did you believe him to be the There In nnlmnl life at all depths of Rafael, told him that be had that day Ho and,. though
removed. sign ,
lenses bad been
remittance from New the wasted his opportunities I untold agony. He-What was the trouble 1st! The thought of It, tbe smell of it,
devil? the ocean, but plant life, being dependent received a large and declared be It was worthless
ed the paper nicely he bad gained the world > -didn't you have any one to tell It of whole of tragedies
"I did not else I would not have cannot exIst very far York: which he bad drawn In gold savors a army
on light could see bettor with those than any ; that' which! ha had selfishly to?-Chicago News.
worn his charm or used- It upon beneath the surface. and bad. upstairs! .In .his room.! The others he had tried. London Ttt-Blts. _

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Count on us for the Best 'Values in this part of Florida. '

Belts for Fall Wear. THE EARNEST /C 0 Beautiful Ribbons.This .

The popularity: of Ribbons for this fall wear i is
indispensable article for women's apparel ..
permanently settled. We are showing not only :,
promises to be more popular than ever. are '

showing an endless variety of styles and shades the full and complete lines of fine satin ribbon iu "

almost bewildering We have them from the nor- chiffon finish, but some elegant designs printed

row to the broad girdle shapes, also ,the popular Pol a tk a. FI orl d a. and ashen effects. Prices are exceptionally low

elastic belts in all the different styles. See them .. '.

Dress Goods that Fall Fashion Sanctions. f.
Women's Outer Garments.
Exhaustive Display of Fall Silks. The woolen stuffs tor autumn are more fasinating than

beautiful and While in the Eastern markets we examined the different ever in the rich, dark autumn tints. First in favor are the

Staple and novelty silks are wonderfully lines offered by the foremost garment manufacturers and de- sor, IP Ida It and reddish copper browns ; then comes the blue

at this store. Beautifulplaids signers. We feel proud of our selections and know that they cast and reds, with a touch of rich plum. The novelties come

will. claim your attention represent the very latest styles shown for this fall's wear. in large: broken plaids and dark semi-tones. The most prominent i-

) in' the new combination colors, suitable for naiats, These goods have now all arrived, and are ready for your in the autumn stock are bat1stell'and taffetas, panamas in ":

line of inspection. We shall aim to keep at all time a full and com plain and fancy weaves, cheviots of the medium weight, and .

which 1] are shown ben at moderate prices. A complete plete assortment of Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Neckwear' the staple serviceable broadcloth. is much in evidence. We :.

80( inch. Belts. Ribbons and! Notions of all kinds. We shall\ be pleased have them in all the standard new fall colors, and( the prices I,,
Taffeta in tho 27 and a \
to show you our line will be found to be very moderate.

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New Unde muslins. Saturday and Monday' Special--2 Days Only. Comforts and Blankets:; ti tiC

Styles were never more elaborate and the laces We will offer as a special leader for 2 days only We are headquarters for this line.Don't \

beautiful than on the 52 inch Broadcloth in all lealingshade8, never sold for leas than $1.2:;, for Saturday and wait until freeze nightcome now 'n I
and embroideries more you
Monday\[ I( they go at the yard 1 . . . . 0 0 0 0 . 0 o' 0 0 0 0 0 g8c .'

French and Domestic Muslin Underwear, now 0 86 inch Black Taffeta-cUll. t buy it anywhere for less than $1.25-for t days, Saturday and and lay in your supply. 4)

ready for your inspection and approval.I There is Monday\ they are yours at the yard 1 o' . . 0 . . . 0 980 Prices right.Warner's ;;j,
an intrinsic value and beauty in them, that defies We cannot offer you such values often as .we cannot buy them today at the price so' 'j'

all description. .4. get all you want while you can at such extreme low price. r ,_A t

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Rust Proof and AmericanOur

fall\ showing in Laces and dress trimmings ideas. We have secured the services of Mrs. Burnett who is thoroughly. qualified from an extended > Lady Corsets. '"\;

includes ate new French I and German

We are showing a full\ and complete line of all- experience to take care of our Ladies' Dressmaking Department. Two of the most popular Corsets made.

and blacks. In Point taken and the latest styles and models to the r
overs iu white, creams and Measurements all carefully very please In ate latest I models

Venise, Point Gauze, Baby Irish, Princess advanced advocates 1 of modern, dreams This department, we feel will be appreciated bvnoy -

CI Also some very ,handsome patterns inSeparate most J We have them $1.00 to $5.00.

Medallions and Festoons. the ladies of Palatka and surrounding country.
With that counts.
Our entire line represents a complete assortment Prices will be moderate. Kindly call anti let her talk over the matter of your Fall Dresses. a guarantee

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According to the letter from the MAKE IT YOURSELF.
; mayor of Bt, Augustine to the roaypr Many Persons Here Can
Entered at the Palatka pontoffloeas of Palatka. there. will be something What State Editors are Saying The Irresistible Lunge. : Be Made Happy, Again. A. fcryday Oo.I

inallable matter of the second of an Interval between Sunday I There Is so much Rheumatism

claim.. drinks. hern In our neighborhood now that

P ibllahed at Palatka, Fla., on J Jefferson "county,-Alabama, which Does This Mean Bett-er Board?- Georgo Rlujrwnlt[OHulnul.TTud] 1 were school authority the following, who advice writes by for an readers eminent of Dealer In

Fridays byRU3SELL Includes the city of Birmingham Tallahassee boarding houaa keepers follows, and when the Spanlxu war a large; Eastern daily paper, will oa

A VICKERS. the Plttsburg of the south, has gone have raised the price of board. broke out both run away from homo highly appreciated by those who Material
Sorry Indeed to hear it. Especially Crate
W.. A. RUSSELL, Editor dry by a majority of between l.GOO clangeums ulnoe.an extra session of to enlist, neither of us being eighteen *"aet !from any !good pharmacy one I

-- ond 2,000 votes. The fact that the the legislature Is almost ft certainty. yenrs of age. During the sluga of half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion "

THE LAZY CITIZEN. negro wall practically disfranchised Of course the state house officials Santiago Qeorgo was left wouiulcil! In one ounce Compound Kargou, three of all Kinds. '

Borne men meet are actually there, seems to Indicate that all the will swarm about and usk for another an expusutl position. I wont !ImvL nud ounces of Compound Syrup "''nrsap 1_.
you Increase of salaries since "the cost of these well in .a. bottle
too to be American citizens.We "temperance cranks" do Dot live In carried him to n safer place lie set rllla. Shake: doses alter
lazy living In Tallahassee Is so very, very 'and take lu teaspoouful
met one of them on the train Putnam county Florida. high."Madlaon New Enterprise. great store by nn net which I consider each meal and at bedtime; also Fruit and

only tin most natural in tho world drink of good water. t
last week. But he did muster sufficient General Albert wToilohrlst, the Ashamed of Its NameIn plenty that there are few
and declared that htf would never rest It Is claimed
energy to explain hla laziness. Punt!' Gord" statesman and avowed reading the proceedings of the debt. victims of this; dread and torturous '
The talk had drifted from the Richmond content till ho linil rcpnld the ready Vegetable"Wraps
candidate for declines to Episcopalian Convention ac disease who will fall to find
threatened Now York money panic' governor we are forcibly: reminded of But ho did uot recover from his wound relief In this simple home-mndo mix

to the menace of the trusts and the get in the water wagon;Does and this shout for the story of the frog which with such Dud lu addition contracted typhoid ture, and in most cases a permanent }L ,
state prohibition. mean disastrous results endeavored to puff !
fever ofnlilcb ho died at MontaukPoint. la the
need of a staying hand on the part of that Albert prefers to be "In the Itself out to dimensions of bovine lie .expired brooding over the I This simple recipe is said to .
the government. magnitude. A really Insignificant and cleiinso the ellmlna- )
That was where the lazy citizen soup? _.-_--_-_--_-_-_-__-_ religious body, if numbers count for fact that he could not live to repay the strengthen live tissues of the Kidneys so that

tired. He said John U. Stetson University is aught; -smaller than the Christian service I had done him. they can. filter ami strain from the
grew : Science persuasion, than the Mormon When I was mustered 011 tot the service the poisons, acids Florida.
blood and
"Yes, all these scoundrels in Wall crowded this year. The $100,000 LIbrary sect, than the Hebiew body in I was offered a commission lu ttio and waste system I matter, which caime not Palatka,

street, as well as these social and political Is being built, the Normal this country one-sixth as numerous regular array but I decided ta study only Uheuinatlmn, but numerous

thugs ought to be punished; School twice as big as It ever was as the Baptists, \ one-eighth as numerous medicine. While taking a finishing other diseases. Every man or wo-

but why do not our prosecuting officers the College of Liberal Arts Is nearly as tile Methodists, numbering course In Fnvla I unintentionally won man here who feels ihitt their kidneys

the Is bigger the one to every twnnty Catholics In tho regard of a glrf whp! unfortunately are not healthy and active or ., -- -- -- -
and grand Juries and courts do doubled Academy these United States, possessing a who sutlers from Buy urinary trouble -- -- /
? School of Muslo Is four times as big fiftieth of the reputed for me, had a lover already. Had 1 to
this work in an orderly way Why : part numerally whatever should not hesitate
The Business Christianity and less than a hun known of this man's existence I should It U certain Portable Saw Mill Outfits

can't the ordinary citizen be let as It was three years ago. makeup this mixture, us
dredth of the computed citizenship have endeavored to keep the girl at 'u
part and save you
College Is nearly twice as big. tu do much good; may
alone. I am busy earning a living
of the country has proposed to distance. The first Intimation I had mid sulieilng after
for my faintly at an honest occupation 'This big university belongs to the call Itself the "American Church.The .."- of him was at a supper I was enjoying from vihtle.much misery th 5 bpgt on enrth. Engines and JJoilera and all kinds. of Wood Wo king -

and trying to rear my children Florida boys and girls. Florida Catholic. with a number of my fellow students.A. Our home druggists say they willeither Machinery and Mill Supplies. We carry a. large stock and can

In a normal way. I do not care myself -- ---- man lu passing behind me brushed tupply the Ingredients or mix make immediate (shipment. Write for illustrated' cntnlog. We cm,
nor do I want them to rend all The Luke City Index says that Must Meet The Issue against me so forcibly as to knock the prescription ready to take If our .

this stuff that Is In the papers and 'Florodora cotton now has a grading Broward We are Intends convinced to callan that Governor extrasession me off my chair. Looking up at him 1 readers 11I1!k them. save :you) money. Address all letten toMalsby

magazines about these scoundrels. to Itself." Y-e-s but If our memory of the legislature, The diligence saw that his act was intentional. Raalictto.Two .

Why don't our officials get busy and serves us right Florodora was more of his Inspired newspaper In Quick as a Sash I sprang jit him ami, painters were boasting about

them-that's what I pay my of a silk grading than cotton, and the Its efforts to create upon the public knocked him down. Before lie could how they could palut"Do Co.
punish all the from pink mind the Impression that such IIst..p retaliate I was seized by my companIons you know." Raid one, "I painted
taxes for. I am weary of this everlasting gradlul( wall way l Is convinces us that find antnglonlst. throwing a and
necessary my day,
the ground one
on 41 8. St.
blue n Mxpouce .oJ; Forsytli ,
to light
talk about the trusts and the and a delicate mauve the Is determined to make cafe. The card .. ,
governor card at me, left the nearly hroko bill angers; trying ...
railroad robbers, and would like to and red Hut what does Editor Ap- the plunge. He seems anxious for bore the name of Antolna Dupuy and a bet&nr to; pick It UI)." ', ._. Atlanta, Georgia.

I'' hear more of the things that put flcynrd, at hla time of life want to some reason to call the legislature one of my party Informed me that ha That's/, nothing to what I did," saidthe --
but falters lest public sentiment
mix with the texture of Florodora together, was the lover of the glrUwho\ bad hon of mutton
living on a higher level and do not up should not sustain him. In other. "I painted a leg
pull It down." garments for, anyway? this dilemma his newspaper friend ored mo. on n stone and l it was BO real-like g g g2U

I The only trouble with this man Is -- has put forward as a subterfuge for Well, I was obliged to Bglit hluv tlint n Oog nto half.the stone before he U u
Self- The "coming out" convention for calling the session everything that that is, I saw no way of avoiding meeting found out his. ml tllko." Stock g Let us know your u
he is not n good American.: state candidates at, Ocala on the IHh can be hatched by an unusually feverish him under tho Paris code without fetch-- New @ u B

government bores him. lie ought to lust promises to bo a unique and Imagination, but the populace subjecting myself to a worse fate, for Tho Rklna of boa onnstrlctqrs a

have been born In a country where memorable occasion the political have fulled to enthuse and throw the friend he sent me with a challenge InrK num In South America, as they Garden Seeds Grocery jj jjI
nfter have been tanned, almost |
there Is a czar who kindly otters to history of Florida. It Is expected their hats into the air. All else informed me that his principal was .are, they
having failed of the cherished purpose I Inde tTuctlblo.
all the duties of government bent on killing me, and I preferred to .. B
assume that all the candidates now out, and of winning the people to noquiesence -- -- --- for Fall Planting.
and Rive the citizens none of it. He In the Idea the inspired die in a respectable fashion rather than
nearly all those who expect to come special little DO YOU GET UP I Wants i iu 5u
be stabbed in the back I had
does not openly ask for a czar. He out will be at this meeting newspaper at lust hits upon I low
Is willing, he thinks, to leave everything present :' the idea of making the railroads the or no training as a shot or a fencer, soI WITH A &AMB BACK? Our prices are as
and that as many as 10,000 people "scape goat" for the unnecessary expense throw dice to decide whether I should -
official who chances seeds of equal high and we will be pleased to nu
to any will attend to witness the debut of of convening the legislature. choose (I bad tho right as the challenged Trouble Makes You Miserable. as
to be In ofllce. He does not realizethat these modest aspirants for political *. The governor must face the party) foils or pistols. Tho Kidney IWW quality can be Bold.- ; furnish you with the best nu
this ollicial Is only his servant Issue. There Is no basis for an extra Almost everybody who reads the newspapera -
honors. The idea of this convention dice said foils, and foils I it was. goods obtainable at nurprisa a
session of the legislature the is to know of the wonderful We handle absolutely
except sure ,
and that he master has, under could do with ras n
as I kuew tho fellow
with Hon. Frank Harris made Dr.Kilmer's .
originated! report of the commission appointed cures by ingly I low prices. a
the American form of government, editor of the Ocala Banner, himself to Investigate the affairs of the Internal what he liked,'IInd. as bis second had I' 'I Swamp- nothing that has not
told he would kill the prospect kid /!) Non but First-class goods; < KJ
Imperative duties. a much talked of candidate for gov Improvement Board. It the difference 1110 me. Root, the great )
Every American ought to take a He be between receiving that report was gloomy. Before Santiago there ney, liver andblad- IWW been carefully grown |I J find shelf room here.Ve\ gJ5 g
ernor. may never governor now and In receiving It eighteen had been no more chance of my getting der remedy.It .
day otl now and then and fro; and but if this convention proves the months hence, when the legislature killed than anyone else. It was the is the great medical from the choicest want to convince you of this g Bg

look at the cornerstone of his govern success that now seems assured, the will convene in regular session certainty In tho present case I didn't ( triumph of the IWW Northern Stock Seed so come and see for yourself, uy

ment edifice. honors that will come to him as the again, la worth the cost of an extra like. Had I not had 'soldierly Instincts I nineteenth century ; order
session then the will be \ diacoverelofteryears for seed and I or, phone your in to g gj
This cornerstone is popular sovereignty. governor I purposes,
father of the movement will be worth aud a fair share of pride I believe ,: research
All the old of kings, Justified In entailing the expense would have left Paris a midnight powers more than the governorship.. upon the state. If not then hecun- by. by Dr. Kilmer, the suited to
4I emperors oligarchies and aristocracies not Justify\ the entailment of the expense train. _-:.._ eminent kidney and] and Gar prompt and careful nttenu [ti j
I this I Ian J The night before the meeting I was and is wonderfully market @
whatsoever so far as Stetson University Vespers. by bringing in old straw to be bladder specialist, IWW
was concerned, were taken away and threshed over again.-Starke Telegraph. asleep lu bed. Suddenly I awoke. successful promptly curing lame back, den Trade tion.Freo oaL.C.

distributed to the man In One of the strongest and most ., There stood Georgo Rlcgwalt. My first uric acid, cutarrli of the bladder ondBright' delivery.u g gu
equally beautiful expressions of the religious Impression was that I had been mistaken Disease, which is the worst @
yonder grocery the butcher the life of (Stetson University Is the Hun-: The Poor Tax Payer- In his death. Before I could form of kidney trouble. =

baker, the man out on the farm, and day Vespers This service Is a distinct There was a gathering here this second be said tome Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Root is not recommended Stephens !
to a Impression Ackerman-Stewart .
all manner of men irrespective of part of the University work week of the clan-Jennlng, Broward pass for everything but if you have IW'w
and Is recognized and honored as one Croom, Trummell. and other tenser : kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will\ be I LJ
wealth or of occupation. Every of the most important of the Univer lIjhtaot the straight-out" faction "Get upl" found just the remedy you need. It has tlJ> Drug Co.Palatka t g Grocer, g

American with the sole qualification sity's activities. 'J'heTeaper service to decide whether the Governor I did so and stood in my pajamas, been tested in so many ways, 111 hospital u uCJ

of manhood has not only the privileges is not a dead letter, kept for the sake should be permitted ordered-to waiting! the' next move in this strange work and in private practice, and has Kirby and Morris Streets. g

but has also Imposed upon him of the name, but Is an active force in call an extra session. Nobody will affair. A couple of foils were standing proved so successful in every cose that a Florida.U. .
the actual life of the Instlt utlon. talk the and the bomb arrangement has been made by
on subject In a coruer. George took one, banded special | Palatka Florida.
the duties of all these kings, emperors Sunday: evening between four and will explode without previous formal me the other, then placed himself on which all readers of this paper who have 9 9oo

oligarchies and arslstocraclcs five o'clock the students of the University notice. Look out I "Somebody' I did the same. After not already tri..tllt, may have a sample
which our forefathers dispensed and the citizens of DeLund Is going to get hurt. Most probably !guard. passively foot bottle sent free by mail, also a book telltm oo o c c r.r.r.r.r.r. n
his left
meet in the Auditorium for this hour It will be the poor Florida tax-pnyer. a few passes he put back more about Swamp-Root and bow to E.OPMH flAnKY.tU'UR' HILLIARD
with.F.iicli. of worship. When the Vesper bell Tallahassee True Democrat. and toyed with my foil. Then suddenly find? out if you have kidney or bladder trou ITOOlclUllt. .....y.and T'.......
one of us Is co-heir with our rings scores of people may be seen he lunged. I saw, but did not ble. When writing mention reading this i

fellow citizens to all the opportunities coming from all directions toward Direct. From The Capital feel his foil pass through my body. generous offer in thIs paper and send your The G. Loper Bailey Go 75 Dollars Cash

and also all the responsibilities the University. The Auditorium Is The Internal Improvement Investigating \Vhllo I was wondering, he said, "On address to D,. Kilmer *"'""

of the greatest experiment In free soon tilled with these people who ; Commission has been in session guard!" and made the same movement & Co., Bingbaniton, : .. Fire Insurance: will buy our 2-horae }power Bates
of the ...
government ever made among men, represent tho various phases school. You again! this week, and we pre a second time, again running me N. Y. The regular g |-ta" ... A Edmonds! Gas or Gasoline En
; and "
lUll of the town "
sume their work Is about at an end, and one-
tho bo fifty-cent
Each one of us Is not one Iota less have to attend only once to through vespers and that Boon they will hand In to said.I dollar size bottles are Boma of swamo-Roc" Leading American and Foreign
be convinced of its force In the life "Try It yourself, be Can be seen. 111\
responsible than any other citizen. Governor Broward their report. sold by all good drnggl ts. Don't make engine needed.
ho making several
This cannot be delegated of the community; everybody Is The rumor current Is that His Excellency dlJ.as suggested, mistake, but remember the name, operation at this ofllce.
power there; the lines are all down; every will more than likely cnll trials, every one of which failed, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Companies
dodged or evaded without treason to church Is represented; the whole that, much talked of extra session of not because of the defense, but because and Swamp-Root the address, Biughamtou N. Y., on TIm PALATKA NEWS

every principle of American self- people unite! !In the worship. the Legislature a few more clays.Tallahassee .- of my own clumsiness. But I kept on every bottle. Accident Insurance:
government. Several things combine to makethis True Democrat. until at last it seemed to me that It

service what it Is. There Is the was not George standing before me, but The inoBt famous ravalry of antiquity Kestaurani
Auditorium itself, built it would "Dr. Thomas' Kleetrle: Oil Is the Their Invasion The Travelers of Hartford European .
the Partblnns.
of the and that my were
THE PENSION LAW. my enemy morrow
seem for J just such an occasion ; there best remedy for that often fatal disease
of Judaea B. C. resulted lu such
life depended. on my making the luugesuccessfully.
Interest Is the luuslo from the great organ amuslo -croup. Has been used with
Among the topics of greatest Furnished Rooonia.
always in harmony with the success In our family for olgth yeRra.Mrs. ." Concentrating all uiy terrible devastation of the country Life Insurance:

discussed at the recent Ponsacolti spirit of the evening hour; there are Whiteiicre Buffalo, N. Y. watchfulness, uiy activity, my strength, that a hundred years later the terrors Hot and Cold Baths
reunion of the Florida division of the songs from the University choir I I threw It with one supremo effort running of tho Parthian invasion gave the The Old Reliable "Germania

Confederate veterans, was that of a splendid body of trained singers; THE LIVING PRESENT. my toll clean through the body apostle\ John tho Idea for one of bis At

..pensions. In the main the new pension and address then of best the of President.all the brief telling Over my head the stars distant and before me and breaking my foil against most vivid pictures. Life" of New York diaries Kupperbuscji,

law of the state met the approval Altogether this service Is one to be pale and cold ; the wall.

of the veterans, but its one remembered It Is a service In harmony Under my feet the world, wrinkled Tba t'a the last of consciousness for Marine Insurance Palatka Flu.

weakness-its liability to abuse by with all the good traditions of and scarred and old; me till I was aroused at 4 o'clock by fit I CA.e :
University life. It Is essentially Inline Back of me all that was. all the limitless ruy second llad I dreamed or badGeol'ge
unworthy applicants-was pointed
with the modern conception of past Riugwalt coine back to show The Leudimg Companies For
out. The Florida pension roll should The future waiting htyoud, silent G
of the
this function University as a me how I could win? Tha foils stood
roll of and It cannot be. untenanted, vnst; New and Up-to-Date
be I iv honor radiating! centre far reaching In Its In the-corner. Neither was broken. 1
I at the center of all that has been Claims
that when there Is left opportunity Inlluenou. Tourists coming to us for I bad 10a.1. All Promptly
of DeLand or that Is to be- must hove dreamed. As soon as \.\\ for unworthy men to get their names the as winter welcome and the ns the people students. Tbe The world lying under my feet and got Into my clothes we went downstairs .1 wel tl1e tea m IIn.1OU Settled Goods

upon It. The following resolutions are whole Idea of the service is to give, the stars looking down at mo. stepped Into a carriage and roll 11el1'11t 0 amster.a House Furnishing

on the subject wore passed by the without academic coldness, public Babylon lies In dust; never a sentinel ed away to the place of meeting. There 1\\'al'\IC<11 ..1esr01st' half the Office aa Front Bt Pit ATI*, Pi 4Maurer' at very low prices

veterans: expression to the intellectual and religious calls stood my adversary, wltb a self satisfied So>"e. {rollLfricl

"With reference to the subject of culture of the school ; and of With fear on Ills parted lips from look on his face which seemed to OW'<1t CO'lleroa".' Go to

pensions, the action of the state all the forces of the University that any of Nlneve ,' walls; say, "I shall kill you In a few min W lngo"erro l\he \ilo .s

legislature, in pissing a more liberal make for righteousness and culture Troy is only a name; Cresar Is deaf utes." o lengtheUhldo Inoro1oav1t RatandRoachPaste
I law (or the soldiers of the late war and all that is best In character the to praise I remembered tbo luugo I had practiced d \ : oue th\l g.l.hnUnnyod R. S. Mooney,
the widows of those who vesper service stands out most distinctly. Back of me spreads the past In numberless r r
and lost lu my dream, if it was a dream, "
their lives during Its continuance Who can measure the Influence yesterdays! 0 nl'.rlorUl"8" .....ct.ihna vtrmla by lu odor I lk.,tat It and I'alutku. Florida.
or aud felt that It was only chance. dJ ,
my Inuamly. In
words and sweet )\ over
of the
have since died was brought about good Under my feet the world ; over my MAUWfcR'5 PoVbEK t .. --
G la uh
crossed d
without the solicitation of this DIvU- songs we hear. The words.them- head the sky, Almost as soon as we bad As\e \L Co"rAN1SEA. I to b.dbu.....'..II...o.d molbi. aura
lon or of the association of which It selves may ba. forgotten but all who Here at the center of things in the weapons I put my left foot back and .'\\) ''' Sold onlv' In bniiln.. .At all dragglm' *? Undertaking M Embalming.
."f"f' n M forms a part. One of the generous habitually attend the service of this living present am I. toyed for a few moments wltb my adversary's I'liii.AUFii'ifit
hour will always carry with blado. What there was la
of Its authors vesper
was to relievethe
purposes Out In the far beyond, waiting for
beautiful memories and Inspi
applicant of tho necessity of them God's good time my eye that disconcerted him I don'tknow

proving that he or she was in Indigent rations. Splendid cities may rise, heroes maybe no must ha TO- seen something

clrcumst nees. sublime; there, for, he showed a momentary HUCKLfBfRIm
"A large majority of these soldleis, Whisky Medicines. The past may measure against the fright. Seizing uiy opportunity, feel- J.ml11-n'IJrP..lnllvo-- --fOf'l'uln'knnl1ll -

and widows have accepted the provisions Tlia tomrentnce, presa U emphaiililiiR the future that Is to be lug a confidence 1 could DOt account W all t e d .. ..II..lIyIO
of this legislation and have itanKcr tlio homa In the nita of "meiUclnoa" look itftvr ,,'nowlIl.nndI"c'n.
which .,loaded wltll wlilHky or alcohol. In As a fleeting day compares with a for, I lunged. My foil passed through ." mibHrrlptlon lint of 11 proinltiiMttmonth ( X1 i ;':'''' i
thus endorsed and npproved it. It tuli* reHiMjut, aa woll aa in tbo remarkable character storied century; ly numii/.lius on n miliiry niul.foinnilrthUm .
has made the declining years ol of their I ctiroa, .. Fierce I a modlQlnorfdiffer : I ;; Prophets unborn may see with nviiloii my enemy's body and protruded eighteen (main Kxpt'rlt'iiU' clontrnhlit, hilI.not : : :i
many of them brighter! and happltr from other |>rouratlonH|: Dr. Plerca;nGulden that shall be clear Inches from bis back. iu.*c.Hi.rv. Ci*>otl opportunity for .luh'ln*rMon. 51;t Cgarl ; ,
Medical IJIucovory for tha cureof for AddrnsH PuUltKhor' Ivox tu, .Htntinn 0, :
and enabled them to provide for weak' Htomuotl. d>'pe|>ila, ,IndlKcatlon, But the future \is dumb and I, dowered I was hurried away to.a train Mow Ywk. 11-l-it :: ; ,
their families. many comfoit to ullUouimeM and bttwul. durangementH, :: :, :and"Favorite with speech, am here.I Havre, where I sailed for home. I -------. -- ,::..:.'')?.*..... j ....
which they had been accustomed In PruM-Tlptlon"" for woman a tie* have never been able to make up my '"''':' ."".... .1.,;..;:......:.y
rauuementa' and weukneHHea, contain no stand at the end of the past, here HANDY MOTH PAPER \\it ',i.
their more prosperous days, but had alcohol Tnotr" full Ingredient* ara printed mind whether GeorgeRlngwalt return ; ; d ;: l
been deprived of when their dlsnbllitles on the bottle wriH>l'ont thoreforu they are the future begins I atand ; ed from lue dead to save my"life, I. ;:,liI.1, !, !:....::u.:::,.
and waning; strength unfitted not secret or patent medlclnei. Vtrlta to Emperors lie in the dust; men may A nmthilOHlroyornn'IfliHlnfMctnnt., Plnueilntifltr w e "
for the labor and at K. V. I'lermi, Utirtiilu N. Y., for free book- live to command ; whether heeffected the purpose through vnrnitK. or In tho foUU I nf fur* niulrlothliirt. : J//?/; "
them bintlnuss activity lltU of madlulnal roota from whlrhthONO It drlvoHiiway mot I in" nnd worry.
lot Klvlnff '
of their earlier manhood. remoilloa are uxtrncted by the uto oftrlplerennud But greater than rulers unborn anj a dream or whether the dream, If such 'r..I..1"1' lun ptidkct, vurrlnun pritptiid., Question i'Ji .
"The 1 committee fecit 113 our commander Klycurlne;; aliio the eminent medl* greater than kings who have It was, was but natural. Natural or I'JcOI"ckc'; | <"% Jf.lruumMttlmts not III.VD Iti is Sett fed .
cal writer* who recommend their InureiHentiifor reigned the visitation me .. .. \*
does with reference to those the cure of the itlcaea" for which tboMmadlalnea supernatural, gave "a.llltan i Vmviler Work, H"l ptl n 813Clnrhnvlllti.
who being above the need of a pension ureadvtiad.Johsnn Am I that have hop" In my breaxt the victory. "What adds to the complication Iowa, W'X''
have applied for one. We do -- and victories still to be gained; I is that I have since been told ------ ---- ----- 6endi i

not criticize them ; enoll comrade -What did Hobson say about Under my feet the world, over my that \ihat I loarued of swordsmanship FOR AGKNTM.: A SUCCESS.: skillful \
head the sky- \"'"
ought nitixf decide to do. for Many himself who what are supposed he my playv Here at the center of things, In the Is well known to certain experts. and "THE OLD WORLD/ ing of good totaceet
to be in good circumstances Dolison-rie said be felt tbat be bad IIvlllK preBen t. Is called the Irresistible lunge.J.
got the worth of his money. -S. E. Riser.DcufucNH EUGENE: DRAPER. will
have burdnns to bear which their AND. ITS WAYS. product a dellghtfuismoke.
neighbors and even their Intimate Jobson-Anything else

friendt are sometimes Ignorant.\ Iloblon-Ohl, ; be asked me to Cannot Ho Cured \1"ltor-lIow old are you Tom? MY Our long
"Hut the committee are entirely thnnk yon for tlio complimentary tick by Incnl application' *. a" they cannot reach thalli Tho Boy Aw, ma says I'm too experience intbe
with the view that him.THEKE'8, < .iMi-0tl porilun of tha unr. Thur I* only ona to cnt tho I like an'
In harmony the et you sent way to eur diufftwaa...nllhal''In by conirtllulotiHl young things tpo Y/M.-JEfUUfIGS/ BRYAN cigar business bat
camp and Individual comrades ( remeillAH. Dnafnaaa !I. cauaml by an .tolamed : old< to cry when I don't get 'ernt! given us
should do all In their power to condition, o( tua nitii'Oiia lining of thaEuatadlllan
protect NO USB!! luba tt>nonttila tuba toluflammlroil --- 618 Imperial. llctuva l>ni(.a Oil HnparbuKr the
the. pension rolls from unworthy BE CHARITABLE .. Tlii4 from knowledge necessarj ta obtain the
the bavo A rumbllnil aouml or tinparfrtctnoarlntc |>liotoiiraplia l"7
applicants and to purge them by aidIng talking you can't beat llorblne and when: Ic la entirety l oloai, u, Daaf* to horse as well as to :Four eit. Cok llryun.Rccounta .
the state authorities to remove Iver. The greatest r..glllater.ver offxr- naaa In th* reaull ana unlaaa' iha Inllamm- of hU trip 'urniinil the world nml desired results.ffe .
therefrom all who were not true and ed to suffering humanity. If you suffer Jon can ba taken out and lula tuba raHtorad 'lota You need not suffer from pains any hit. ,,1.110 to nil imtlona. hVAr if are bilious aorm..loo"dltlon, hearing will ha dcalrorcdToravort sort-your horse need not suffer Trv tniTVI" r wrltton Mo.t aiui i.orlll| IHJOICof
loyal, to the southern Confederacy. from complaint you nlna ranea out of tan am cauaed. byCaturrh a bottle of Ballard's Bnow Liniment.. It thin Heiifnitlon. 1.000 nitllml. form art sure Hucklaberry
"And If by further legislation and fretful It's your liver and Ilerblne which la nnthlnf but an 1..II.w.doon.lIl1..n Bakers- m.mtl. write u. for auniple. "porta at Cigars
J. M. Roberts
will It la Its condition. A of the niuonua aurfiioaa.W cures all pains. llr mi ngdnta imiplnyetl. 'I'liB .
do put proper : peoiilB ImIt
who failed to their In youtiii
duty Biliousi wll Rl*. ona Himdrad .iNillnra ror anytiaaoof field, Mo., writes : "1 bava used your fiwrl.v. Tli ,nK .ntaliurve l. will please *
for Constipation, they
the days of danger aud trial can be positive cure lcafii0Moiiiiaad( by oatarrh) tual cannot liniment for ten years and dad Is to be KReK-Hiid/ .ic iit.tocov..r coat you; art "just ripe.
rliulnated. the Division will favor <>ss, Dyspppala and all Ills due to tor b*cured by litU'a Oatarrh tu.: .. Hand forclroulara used for man or of mailingami nundllntf. AUilreaaTH1

such legislation, for the pension roll I II. never pld liver.use Try savthlmt a bottle else.and Fot you sale will by I ,f raw.r I I'HBMEYaCO.TolwlOjO.' the bea bean t." I Forsala have ever by Ackerjiaa-8teu art THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO. LEE ROT MYERS CO. Makers ,
be roll of honor and -
U Intended to a Sold by ,
ckArmao-Stewart Drug Co. i'rTII.: Drug Co. St. Lolli.. Mo. 10-25-U
should ba wade so M far as possible. I Taka Ball'* "oonsilpatloa. .


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Hidden Cause.Original. th"1 gage/ and Wallace offered to loan it I (bought bo wished for himself wfien There Is a young artist In Wasblngv
I charmtfr tho dev" received Is the A Tragedy of Pride.IOrlKlrmI.1 to his host without security The only attained had shriveled In his hands,. ton who classes hliimelf as of the Irapresslonlstlc -
proved 10 A Late Learned Secret wife or children to bestow
this: That she has healed condition he made was that-Don Rafael since he no school and who, being
a number ot should thereafter listen to the advice It upon?
persona with it who somewhat out In drawing, generally
are .
[ ] ready to tee of his sister dismiss o = "When feel that way again,
of this story tlfy to the fact Wo shall [ tbe vampires you makes lip for hue lack of technique by
The essential points she healed one Hiram' Show that Don Rafael Alvarado who were preying upon him and endeavor [Original' ) come down and we'll try: to comfortyou. spreading color recklessly and countIng -
Oldershaw l
are true Annie Gaunt and one ( a wealthy citizen to iitralguton his affairs, Ell Mulhollnnd, a bachelor of forty, ." said Lydia. on distance for his effectAt
In' 1002 at Salem Mage! ., a number the first of a palsy Marearet, the Shorwood- of Mexico, claimed descent from Wallace did not doubt that the man at 10 o'clock at night went up three There was a wistful look In his eyes an amateur exhibition be once
went into fits and accused second ol a fever that Alvarndo who mado the famous he had offered to would thankfully as ho closed tbe door. .
girls bolp
of young and the last of chills leap pairs of stairs, opened the door of hisl\ bung one of his most extraordinary:
several persons of baying bewitched divine power bag not been healing by across the break In the causeway accede to hIs torms. Jle was dis rented room and as he entered heaved I That night/ he sat In the reading performances
started the. famous posslblo 111 when Cortoz'8 army retreated from appointed. Don Rafael showed a room of his club pretending to read "
This artIst
them. fifteen centuries. All a doe ( sigh. It was beard by Lydia : "Well, said a friend whom the -
healing (
by the capitol Don thorough appreciation of the kindly tho newspapers, while he was watchIng -
witchcraft delusion. While the divine power or by the Rafael's ancestorshad the daughter, aged had taken to see the work, "I don't
Nutter landlady's
devil, ergo Interest that the offer but the clock. He wished to go to the
this acquired a largo tract prompted old but thatIs
/ charm came from the / of land In want to flutter you, chap
before devil But ancient pride, tho trait that dominated the Alvarados :wonty, who wondered what caused house where he roomed but he wouldgo
the Satan flat bewitched Tlaucala, one of the Mexican far Dud away the best you
the child to prevented his accepting tha It. Had she, too, been forty Instead neither .too late nor too early-notafler ,"
court a court that had condemned per whom ho. gave It, and she has been provinces, and one of them at one time loan, of twenty, without having followed the Lydia bud gone to bed, not so ,have ever done. I congratulate! yon
tor vomiting crooked plus and possessed ever since. owned a gold mine In Don Rafael's Much pleased, the artist was m-ulv-
sons There la but "I owe you a world of thanks," be course dictated by nature-mating and early that ho would seem to have come
sailing In sieves, but a court constituted one way to stamp out these :youth tho family weii.tu: had been very lug/ the compliment with becoming
works of sold l "but with her tor that was his Inteutlon. --
Alvarado lie
to ,
an cannot accepta children she would have understood -
rearing be chanced again to
In exactly tbe same, form us our bell that are being worked great, and wealth and ancestry are the modesty when
among us. favor. What would these He chose half past 0 I as the
courts of the present day. There"was Meanwhile the Judgo sat father and mother of pride: The young my alinestore that If translated into words glance at tbe picture and turned very
looking fixedly think of me If I should accept hour most likely to conceal It and, after -
the prosecutor, tbe advocate, the judge at the prisoner. 0o seemed to be man was brought up to consider no one t from my sister's lover?" the sigh would say: two hours' watching the clock, left red. The committee had hung It upside -
and a Jury of twelve Hood and true In a revery, to be reaching back as In Mexico bis equal, that Mexico was inoney Wallace argued with him, pointing "Oh, this lonely room!" tbe club. Lydia was In the sitting down.
moo The judge was a venerableman through a mist for some bygone scene. made especially for the Alvarados and out to him the ruin that was about to Ell Mulholland bad In his youth chosen room with her mother, the mother Hurrying to the head of tbe committee
threescore and ten. When the that an Alvarado could be was about to launch Into a loud k
nearing years not
prosecutor ceased ho asked accept a fall upon him and Its Influence on Ills athlctlo sports with which to beguile reading Lydia at some fancy work.
lie was dignified, as all judges are supposed for the charm. It was handed him, favor or withhold one future life, all tb no purpose. lie his leisure hours lie was a man's "I'm In rather early tonight," be complaint when be was Informed of
and made an Impressive and Don Rafael lived his the good news that an hour before tbu
be a singular
on hacienda
to ,
expression came upon a could not break the man's pilde. lie man rnther than a girl's mao He re- said to Lydia. "There was nothing doing
In bis robes of office The his features. Then largo estate that remained from the picture had been sold for 'U1. The
appearance looked up as If was obliged to go-to Dona Isabel and men brrcd a pair of bright eyes beaming at the club. I've brought some .
of healing the trying to original grant of the original/: price mark had been $19.Llpplncott'8 -
was accused extricate himself king Spain.
prisoner from mind
tell ber Would
a that lie had made tbe offer, him when he had won the playing cards. you a
miraculously and therefore with dream. From his walls the Magazine.
sick portraits of his "
but: bad failed to effect Its acceptance sculls. game?
for single They
the help of the devil. "Let tbe prosecutor," he said, "and ancestors looked down on him, all That night Wallace was suddenly champion cup Again the smile that greeted him reminded
"How do you effect your cures?" the attorneys and the Jury listen. For- seeming to say tho same words, "Re- awakened from sleep by bearing a nod.the smllo that accompanied them him of the face that had beamed Where the Hart Bi* George
askod the prosecuting attorney. ty years ago I was a young attorney of member that you are an Alvurado." noise In his room as If some ouo had were than no more to him than a upon him when he bad been an "Now, please show tuo the spot where q..,
"I have a charm which I hang about Boston. I came to this town to try a Covering ono end of the banquet room stumbled against a piece of furniture passing whiff of violets.. Now, as be athletic victor: Tben It had been accompanied tbe horse bit George Washington," was"

the nock of the sick \person." case, and my client had no money with was a painting/ of the original Alvara- lIe listened, but all was quiet. !Matches entered his lonely room' he remembered by the flush of victory, the the astonishing request mails by a y,
"Let mo see It." which to pay me. I was without a do making the wonderful leap. were on a stand beside hiS bed, and that the girl\ he bud failed to claim plaudits of thoul nn<1s. Now It was country vbtltor\ of his hunt it downtown ,
The woman produced a Lit of rolled farthing to take me back to Boston 1 Don Rafael upon his accession to the he struck one. Its light revealed Don was the wife, and mother of children bestowed upon a lonely soul hungeringfor publisher. The latter had escorted him
paper and handed It to the attorney. went to an Inn and asked for meat and property began to outdo any of bis Rafael1 -standing near the chamber of the man be bad beaten in, the race. sympathy. about and showu him tbe statehouse,

He unrolled It uncovering some odd drink and lodging. By the chimney progenitors in splendor of living and door wIth a bag in his hand, which He bad won tho cup, which be had so They sat down to a game ostensiblyof ( the Liberty bell, Carpenter's hall old
characters scratched upon It Then be sat a girl, shaking with a chill. It hospitality lie bad a sister, Dona Wallace recognized as his property. dearly prized, leaving for his antagonist cards, really to one of love. Lydia Christ church, the grave of Benjamin
gave It to the jury for Inspection. As occurred to me to pay my reckoning Isabel, who was an especially attractive It contained the gold be had offered had considered hud admired tbe stalwart 'middle aged Franklin and the site nf tbe bouseIn
each jurymaa looked at It the poorwoman' by-'pretending to cure her. I asked her feature In his home. She attempted his host-gold that pride had prevented tho girl, man whose hair was beginning to turn, which Jeffersou wrote the Declaration
doom might be, read, In'his mother why she was not healed and to check her brother In his extravagance him from accepting as a loan. lie merely one of a million. Now the cup but bad not dreamed of being the wife, of Independence. Tbe publisher bad ii
ominous look. When the examination when she begged me to heal her I pointing out to him that those was now nttenptlug to steal It was lu a vault with other trinkets; the of one she regarded so /great Ell never heard of the spot where the
bad been finished tbe prosecutor turn- scratched these characters on this pa- he was entertaining wore bleeding him By the brief burning of a match gill' was the light of a household. clutched at what be regarded a straw horse bit the Father of Iris Country,
ed again to the prisoner. per and hung It about her neck, telling and at the rate ho was proceeding ho Wallace saw the thief and Don Rafael Ho remembered another whom be to save him from a desolate old get\ but, equal to the emergency, he took //1
"Did Satan give\ you the charm?" her that she would bo well. I did not would soon have nothing left. But her knew that ho bad been detected. The had pliiyad with lu u double game of Neither believed It possible to win the his guest Washington square and
"I don't know It was used upon me dream that she would! but I hoped warning was of no avail. Some of the match burned out, and before Wallace tennis, an execrable player, but aBort game, and yet both had already won said that It was In one of the corners
when I was a little girl One day a that she might at least mend. To my /guests taught their host gambling could light another Don Rafael rushed voiced be'autj j bow be bad saved the It. Ell insisted on a stake, sweetmeats of that Hpuro (which one be did not
stranger came to my mother's surprlso, her chill did games, others borrowed money. Both to the bed and plunged into know) that the home did the biting, In
young not return. In a dagger game by his skill and activity; how and always contrived to lose. It tho
house and asked for lodging. I was a few days I asked methods were employed to Impoverish his guest and benefactor's' breast commendation of which event
my hostess for the she had received, the prize-a silver might all have been arranged at once, tbe .,
him after general.
111 with the chills at the time, and the reckoning.. 'It Is I who owe you,' she ed Gradually his bank account melt Then Dona Isabel, bearing a light, mounted 'ucket-trolU his hands, with but Ell, fearing to spoil his game by square was named flora Down Youder
stranger asked my mother why she said, 'for curing my daughter, not you away, his revenues became mortgaged rushed. into the room, followed by others haste, thinking that "great skill at angling The gentleman
permitted me to remain sick- when 1 who owe me.: and 'at last ruin stared him In of the household. Throwing her blushes that told him she would havegladly was essential, did not dare declare Somewhere was fully satisfied and bas
the face. homo full of good ready made
could so easily be made well, where "It was I, not the devil, who gave self on the body of her lover, she taken hliu Instead. himself till the winter had passed gone
upon my mother asked him to cure me* this child this charm. Why It cured About this time came a very different cursed her brother as a murderer anda These and others with whom he bad and tbe time of the singing birds history to tell bis neighbors. It would
Then the young man took that bit of her and why It has cured others I am sort of guest from the others, thief. feared to become entangled contributed bad come. Then when he bad spent be Interesting to ascertain the Identity
paper, scratched upon It the characters Ignorant. But It shows that these George Wallace, a young American of Alrarndo fled, thinking that he bad their part' In that deep l | drawn High months setting his trap he sprung It. of the wag who spruug this one

and bung It about my neck. Ho things we are attributing to tbe devil considerable means and graduate/ of killed his guest and his sister's" lover. so unintelligible to Lydia Nutur.: Ho Ell Mulhollnnd Is now fifty and his on George Wllahlngton.Phlla4elpbltlI1ecol'l. !
told my mother that the next mornlnlllX have some hidden cause that has not a school of mining engineering. lie Wallace recovered, and both he and wait no limner tho companion' of young wife thirty. He does not brood over __ ______
would be well. What be said came yet been revealed to us. Tbe prisoner for had gone to Mexico to examine a mine Dona Isabel, whom he afterward marred l people Ho bud pniwed the mating the difference In their ages, for, while When Reynard Qaaa Hunting. *

to pass. I never bad another chill Is discharged." view some to New York capitalists, with n tried to And him, but In vain. period, and und not mated. when they were'married she was but Those who have tried wild fowl

from that day to this." More than two centuries have elapsed mines In keeping which to a lookout for other Alvarado turned bandit and under another "Whut troubled you last night, Mr. half his age, now she la three-fifths of I shooting know how dlmcult a matter r!,
",\.nd does the charm since this make Investments name became the terror of MexIco headed
always cure? reference to a hidden cause It. Besides, several curly urchins Is to within without
it approach range
I into
himself Ho found Mulbollimd. ,1'ou went your
"Not always; usually. Some have It has come to light/ It is tbe marvel a treasure of another Finally bo was killed, and hIs are of far more Importance to disturbing the bird Tbe fox's: only
faith and some are doubtful. I have ous effect of mind over matter. How kind Dunn Ian bol, and straight body was brought to his baclonda. rural" iipkccT/ Lydia the next morning both. Ell, who at twenty coveted is his mouth, and the range
way proceeded to fall In love with her Then for tbe first the 1III 'IIelo\' rent t out to get his weapon
time his sister knew an <
noticed that the doubtful are seldom many years more shall elapse before wealth to spend upon himself Is now Is necessarily short, but for reynardIt
helped" the medical profession have harnessed Ills lo\o mm mourned. and Don Rafael that tbe man she had often heard of lonely bienl.ftiHt. happy that be has a fair shore of It to proves all sufficient. His knowledge I II
"Describe the though hu considered no one as an outlaw was her brother. "I troubledVhat i do menu?"' wife and children.If .
young man.who gave lit as electricity has been harnessed and either In Mexico tho you spend upon his of the habits of his victims prompts
It you." apply It In place of drugs? or United States. Probably there is not another such "You drew such n null slijli." tills experience could be Impartedto him to a suitable lurking place among
good enough to bis sister -
"lie was about tbe height ot.his I SILVIA LEWIS BALDWIN to the match.marry consented example of family pride. As Ell looked lulu bur sympathetic the young, how many more people time withered rushes In a clump selected
worship, and wltb features something GRACE ADA HOWE. before would pass a contented old agel
Something troubled the which ejeo noiuetliliiB! of ttdecndl'8 to hIde the contour of bin form
(Ike, only, being" young, be was much "You're so vain, Maria" he said, did not escape the attention of her lov Correct. en mo bock 'to ,,1111Vua It too late GERTRUDE! GOWAN. 'and to match the color of his coat as

handsomer. "that I believe It you were going vIsitIng er. Ho pleased her for It, and she at Teacher-What became of the children to nave vlmt remained of bill Ma froma "Maud, I am almost afraid to go and tar as possible. Lurking there, almost
"Come now, mistress, confess, as you In heaven you would ask the angels last confessed 1 that her brother was of Agamemnon? Pupil (after ma loii'lliuKH: Intensities with each' passing see your father." wholly Immersed In water If need be.be .
hope for mercy for your sin, did you It your wings were on straight." financially III a desperate condition ture deliberation) think they're dead year? As iiultkly, an the thought "You needn't be, Harry. When he waits his opportunity and seizes it
see horns on the" young man's bead or "Yes, my dear," was the cutting re After having tied up his resources he by this time. came. It Wits banished Had be stood asks you if you can support me In the Well may his cunning be proverbial
a cloven foot? ply, "and I'd be so sorry because you had mortgaged hIs hacienda, and the still fur twenty jeurs while others had Style to whIch I have been accustomed for there Is no animal or bird on which
"Ills brow was smooth, but as for his could never get there to see."-Atlanta mortgage was about to be foreclosed. Habit is a queer thing An old gentleman grown old? He turned to \pass out tell him you can support me a great ho preys that can baffle his pursuit
feet I could not see, since he wore Constitution. Wallace, actuated by love and natural who said be could not see to without reply How could he tell deal better than he every could If It Even the prickly armor of the hedgehog

boots to his knees." noble Impulses, went straight to Don sign his name until given a pair of this girl, who when he was her badn't been for mamma's_ money. proves an Inadequate protectionwhen
"Did you believe him to be the There Is l nnlmnl life at all depths of Rafael told him that be had that day glasses was given a pair from which ago was scarcely born that ho" bad the fox: requires his presence lu
devil?" the ocpnii. but plant life, being dependent received a largo remittance from New the lenses had liven removed. lie sign wasted, hIs opportunities, and, though She-For nearly an hour I suffereduntold his lurdcr. His lurderl What a larderIt
"I did not else I would not have on light, cannot exist very far York which he had drawn In gold ed the paper nicely and declared be he bad gained the world, It was worth agony. He-What was the tronbledidn't I let 1 The thought/ of It, the smell of It,

OthCM worn "his charm or used" It upon beneath the surface and had. upstairs .In his .room, The others could. seo he had better trlinl.with those than any less" ; that'! which, ho had selfishly > to?-Chicago you News have any one to tell It savors London of Tit-Bits.a whole army of tragedies. '

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: NOTICE An Ordinance. An. English paper tfclla of a clergyman A clergyman speaking on chart] :

I' ,, The Olty of p".rti.--, hn;; Jin..ed HI Ordl' To provide for an Eleo'lon by the LsndT"-' who bad two curates. with tha U The Phantom Train. held that charity which was not graca-

nonce to urovliltt for paving parts of Lemon ly Qualified Voters of the City of Pap[ older of whom he was always at ful and clean was bound to fall brlncIna -

atitwtand. \Vn Wr Hlreut In tbo Ulty of PolHdu'tlou \- atkn to Authorize the Burrowing of a swords' points. On being appointed to to the donor scorn lustead of gratlrude. .

., r ntkll. One of mild Ordinance' read ii"Mwctton Bum of Money not to Exceed Ton another and better living he decided to .

,, 10110\\'"I '' Thuusaud (10,000) > Dollars. to bused .. toke with him the younger curate (.Original "Thus" ba once said la a Sundaj
1. Thfil Fjomoii Rtroot from tbpIntoiructlon In the Completing and EquippIng ba to I was standing beside. the railroad whll '
whom ha liked and when cams address "a rich landlord
of Water 81 rout to the Kant: school ,
of the of Water Work wlthla
.M.. o( lose trout 1 ; null ulHO Water Hirwt System preach his farewell sermon ho chose track ou u desolate |>ralrlo or Manitoba milking the round of his tenants'. cottages ,
Month sliloor Main' Htnwt to the the City of Palatka, now Under Construction -
from Norm tho side of LnurvlHlreul, liull IH pnvvtl by the Board of Bond Trustees ns his text, "Abide ye here with the waiting for a train. There was 00 collecting rents met n little gIrl THE

1' wllh Mtrlllea Hrlck 111 ncconlnnee. with of said City ass, and I and the lad will go yonder station no station ngont, baggage whose beauty much Impressed him.

the Ontfiiunru pro*'IHIOIM lu Provide ot all oiillnniiru ror the: emlllwl 1'uvlna nnillu.mvliiK 'An: Belt ordained by the Mayor and the and worship" agent-nothing, no one on that dismal "In the shabby front room of the

mr 'eu In the Olty of Pnliiikii, Olty Council of the City of l'alatlra: cottage the landlord talked for awhll
winter morning except myself nnsuc -
of Florlilii.1 Pnlutko' ; imnHdl an the In yet OIKJIIIOIIIIUII' li tiny I:; l:( August' In 1 he, A Uliy. l IS. Suction 1. That the Mayor of the Cityof Love and Wedlock. ted, the wind driving, tbo loose with the little girl and us ho rose togo
Palntkn. the Prenldentand Clerk of the
1 11'1 TiieCUtyof>1' l'nhd lull hm ul.o jjnmoU "AnOnlliuiiiev City bunch of said City, or their uooes- A man of middle age and youth of snow past me in sheets I had twenty nil unwonted feeling of kindliness 'NS

in imieiitl\ Hwlloil, 7 ,u[ nn OnllE sors In office be and are hereby authored .- romantic appearance sat alone- In u mluutes to wait for the traIn, which warmed his heart.

E ammo 'or i hiCH to urovliln)' of for Piiintkn HID imvliiv mitiiHi' and: n-mioiHltimiiw and eiupoweiotl. by and with the approval smoking comportment of a nearly' I must ling myself. The Engineer. 1-et mo see' ho suld. Hailing lu his

niivliiu, : sl routs. In the: :I'm, of i :'I '\ ". pimiIK of the legally qualified voters of empty evening train. In the solitude however lu so sparsely a settled country pockets-' mo Bee If I haven't soma

In uiK'il' Vuuuell the mill, iln% of ttctuber, I lie City of Pn atka, actually voting who the youth took a photograph from bin would have no objection to stopping thliiB to gtvo to this dour little girl:

A.Now 10. "u'mrefore. this notlee for I bo pin- own real estate In sold city and have pocket, looked at It and then said to for the of taking on a "And. smiling and chuckling he wen(

non.> imlll.vliiu the owner of loin or ports paid the taxes tot the year last duetlit'rcou his companion feverishly: purpose through/ pocket after pocket. Finally)
t of Ion Ironllim on IiHinon Htrwl font tliuliitm'Mftlou and who at the time of Bald single passenger. PAlATKA
01 \VBHIwtieet, ttf mv Kn: >t said sold Were you ever sir. In love'" Half the time hncl elapsed/ wL, ,,,I, in his hip pocket be found a peppermint
reside In
slue of Hiuu Hlrvi-l" nod ulna I he owner,* nC election city. spprovH The man of middle' ago started. Ua drop, n white peppermint drop(
lull or parts lolHli.iiitliiBon II I Vt'uiirMiivuiIKIIU to ho determined at au election to be hearing a footstep crunching on the from I It
t I loo: NOUf\\I slue ol: Moth Htl.el lo lliuNortnulde hArpnfl.nr nivivldnjl t... borrow A. sum ftf laughed snow behind ine, I turned and saw a He dusted the fluff and Hut ,
or Laun l mimil, that "u')' count. ; "' "Was I ever In love" he repeated as and extended It gayly to the little girl
lliOMUinlth' Nome .Itiiiilin-tl' uriule' orUlrllluil money not to exceed Ten Thoutsntl man approaching. An lie neared me I
flute brlek lend iuu'>i n.u ,.,'uIII..' t'urii-' ($10,000)\ ) lollnr, at li rate of Interest he rellRhted bill pipe. "Was I ever lu : noticed that he carried his right arm "' 'Here we are,' he cried. 'I though

IIIK, or rurbillld tu lit trruf 1 pliilu foiu-rel". or, not to exceed five per cent per nnnum loveVeil, I doa't know It"I I lu and bad his overcoat buttoned we hnd something. Here Is u nice
uel I iiiotoclcil.llium'niiil a sling
curb and: nutter spoclllrntluls ur I roiifivle. ma, IK-: found i Imo. to sign and execute notes In the "Tou don't know /" cried the youth. at the throat over the arm. A !peppermint drop for you. And now

III the outer 0' the "II>' I.iH'lnit'r: and HHIliiiniuiir oame loud by the authority of the Cityof "Well If you ever had been In love he ended 'what will you do with It f

lulil.: mild In: ':curbing lili'h, : mill:iimf:: i.iiMiniiit'inking': ', ,musLlhO':: :::; Palatka and for a term not the exceeding you'd know It. Why when you're In ; felt face hat so was that drawn I would down not see to corer much his ot -Wash It,' said the little girl gravely'f .

,'olllpl..II..ILhlll tldrlo I >litIronl Ibuilllleot toil ((10)) years pledging funde love your life Is n sweet dream you :
lime lor advertlstng' credit and of the city for the his features. When ho cause and
Ibo es'drat' Mull ot the property
in iirovliled i : :bj: Mild, onlliiiin.,. e the ton: faithful payment of the same have no taste for food, yon think at' stood beside me, looking up the track NEWS. T SiSuperior
of li l. *lmll ''' but the of" of Bsssbsll.
oriill lotHor ,iHirtti > pu\ nothing beauty Beginnings
extent or mw.-l11h'd 0' ,iuh fit n','t nnil' where BBC. 2. That the Mayor of the City of for the train, I saw that be had dark,
C the name ',wr. truth aloes o'.uld mri'i tit he 00.11I'I". callliiK an cleotlnu of the legally! qualified the middle aged man. unusual combination. dates from the first National Aesocla-

ors! uliiill /pnve' 1"01,1' of such"Inlliii Ke tot labuttliiK voters of the City of Palatka, then "No. but"ell. tlon of Baseball lu New York in 1808. .
/ on uih t pio|I.-rty. "Train on time sir? ha asked."Don't .
puvuimil |iliuln ixullloli' Ih" cuebluif ,reuulivil residing. therein, who own real estate in ""- If you ever had been you't The first series of Important match

bv Hulilorillimnee. the. Bonnl t full or hut Holld HIM:: said city, and who have paid the taxes for know It. Why, when you're married know, I repllcddon.t: games was played between picked!
9r rosters will |iru> Oed lo ouiiirui fancy waiting long for it here.
th" work dour miller, the imllminee rei'neU the year last. due thereon to be held on your life Is"- nines of Brooklyn and New York at
to anil the I'Hy 1'0..11..1 w I III I I i equli nil HUIIIownurior the eleventh llth( ) day of November A. But the youth with a scowl, edged The man seemed nervous. Ha cast Flushing In the same year. Nearly
lr"I.rl/ aliullliiK "," IhenlieeUliiinieil D. 1907 at the usual polling places, for a glance at me that made me uncom-
hnro oft off to the far end of the carriage and crowd for those
topnv ibelr |iioiorilomle| 2.00O persons-a large
the of determining whether the fortnblo. He was an ugly looking fellow -
the neat i>r such, "pu>' fig u s ,1)1, ""hl.III'' lueli purpose
got out at the next station disgusted days-paid their CO cents n bend to seethe :
t of a..I,1olty
o."lnlln. CI y Council through the Mayor and It he were prepared to do so
E....CRILI.. and the President and Clerk of the -London Scraps. contest. The rules of bnueball were
It would be an excellent place to lour-
Hoaul '
Ohnlnnnii City Council, shall. borrow the sum of very crude In those days. Tho pitcher'sposition
IOC.f der rob then hide in
II I. A. l I' and me, my body
.- ---______ money provided for In Section: 1, of this was simply limited to a twelve
the snow and by' the trnlu when
f Proposals far. 1'1LV1nq1 ordinance. Notice of Application for Tax Deed It foot line forty-five feet from the home
Heo. a. That said election shall behold Notice Is hereby given that A. L came. bnso which he could take any
vlfIUlltroposols will hr l leeeUed by the "I don't like the looks of this mist ,
; : on the day aforesaid during the of tax certlflcat
: Harper purchaser
: number
llonrtl of Ilonil. Trustees of the >'Hi o11'alatkit r of slips he wished. All he
Florldaat the. orflei ot the. iintriniin hours and In the manner prescribed by No. 093 dated the lot day of July In the all.. be remarked. the
until 19 ni.ri'KHl1.V\', lu-ember Krd, luuT., the laws and ordinances of the said city I A. D. 1001. has filed said certificate in "Singular isn't it? I don't know wns required to do was to pitch ,

4+ for Krmlliiil vnrdii "II and uren for fill:iiiUM-ojliiiiilliiil\ i.lMuiil: 1, :iilul: placing. S ,Stfluuiire .and the question of borrowing said sum my office and has made application for tbat I ever saw anything Just like It ball as near as possible over the home wild

".* !linear feelorilrunltuL'urlilnil of shall be so submitted to the tax deed to Issue In accordance with base. There was no penalty for
'i Ill /imiillloll' !niiiiroxlllliiti I 'I I' : !; money before. Hello there's the train coming Printingfor
t :un.l: ;I einulnr I I itranlteI'ormr oh ctors aforesaid as to allow them too..t law. Bald certificate embraces the following !" pitching or for refusing to strike at

.'Oll es 0' u, ruillu-ol' neatrnrb'n lee.t. or curb find their vote aud express their will described property situated la. fair bnlls. I once saw a pitcher deliver
1 nnil 1 gut l r''' It sprung suddenly Into sight without -
1 I: "". gutter ot eonote, SIiiSt \> ..I iiriiliiti .I. and for for or ngulufet the borrowing of o..trleum. Putnam county Florida to-wlt : sound sixty balls to a single batsman in
to I
I'' IlIrlll.1I11111 Oil I r' I mil Mr Ill.\ .lug ft.M .- of money, and the ballots used therein Pt. Hulnal Grant Bit:, T., Pg. 383. a give us warning. one inning before there was a strike

j'7 lull S niunrennlmiioie brick or"Mocks l :n':';i-U.our;HIof nliuuliiKl,tltri: : :: "brats|::\:; shall be made In the manner and form Section 41, township 13, range. 20-1) jumped off the truck on which I was Not until 1870 were there any paraphernalia -
then waved handkerchief
\\ uteiHtmi fiomMain prescribed by the laws and ordinancesof acres. standing, my '
wllh wlilfh to pn\e
: :: Old time
I I Htnwt to (jiui.l Mtieel iiml IAIIIOIIMlii'i't said city for such purposes and the The said land being assessed at the for 1t to stop', which it did but some for defense.

it. from Water Muei, L't t to.tonreunlnne-l-. canvass and return of said. election shall date of the Issuance of such certificate 200 feet before it reached us. Seizing I ers' hands were a sight with their 1
All work and ituilei lnl I
wltll the pinna inul-p, ,',ill.-iulons,, on tile In be made recording to the provisions of In the name of Mrs. L. M. Goldsmith my aatcbel.'blch' I hud set on the cracked Joints and bruised palms

the "I1\.t.\ ,,\ Kli: .uu ("r.llmil tho the laws. and ordinances of said city. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed end of a tie I ran up the track to get Harry ChadwIck in Outing.
pn.Miieiu will'lu' .HI-MI on unit Sao 4. That the of said city to law tax deed will issue
or piiveiiietit "h'.I1I1I1I.I..IIIII'1! nicepteil.. mayor according aboard, followed by the man who bud
per liieiiiuieineiit!! ur I"in, i'lly KllKjueer.IhnOlly : shall. make all necessary arrangementsfor thereon on the 4th day of November A. But before bad covered ",, French Bull. All Purposes.
joined mo. we
: perllonof' the iuone' In In" linnil.Twothlr the holding said : : : class ,
: i The number of phrases of the
ilvrl\ml fromIhu
lo tobeiiilil I IncimhUIHIII give at least thirty days' notice of the Witness my official signature and seal a quarter of the distance the train din- ,
bvtteriueiit HHMi''nient called "bnlls" to be found In polite
1 ,i-oinnlelloil of the paving In from of same, In the manner provide1. by the this the eflth day. of Sept.. A. D. 1907. appeared as suddenly as if it were a
l .hll"' ,' I. and o,, '-bird train officials. 1 works are not all the product t>f the
the projierlv to IM' < I laws and ordinances of said city. [Seal) JOSEPH PBICK. ghost run by ghost :"
tlllentea thereof wiihln for the nix flereireii Months, onc-thlnl,tbereiiUer wilt. ( ,'r IxIIII.IIIMI -' 8t>iC That this Ordinance. shall Clerk circuit court Putnam county. Flo. stared for a few moments at the pluca Irish brain. '''

by thOSewho ilo not Inv In full\, Kiniranteeu take effect Immediately upon the passage By R. Raymond Price, flop clerk. where it bad been then glanced at my A novel that was crowned by the Everything

bv the t'lty.: u-blcb sbnIi! lie u llrntleln and approval by the Mayor.. companion. Us was looking up the French academy as possessed of unusual .
I on till |prop.'b' lieneltlteil mill Mblcb 0. '] All ordinances. and -- ;
Sec hat parts merit contained n sentence of
shut!! tenor Interest at the rule of nix per track with the most terrified expression -
VHtuuiii uvriinauiit.All of Ordinances. in eoi.tllet with the provisions An Ordinance. I have man's which the following Is a translation:
t bliUlcr are e'gn'etrd, to hid for the of this Ordinance be and the ever seen on any
"It A who lay ,
tlir'>ecllfr' itH.t' kinds of ctirhlimU. ;:rfiM".r ;: \: hereby face. was midnight. man .
: eamo are repealed.
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Ito, eonen>ie curb uud gutter pin lu. "Did it?" asked. 10 ambush listened to their conversation I
All bidsanew To provide for the Levy of City Taxes you see
of con ate'ttn-1 l proUn-iiHl Pflosccl In open council October 3rd, but dark cloud from '
corer the complt'tt-U uoik. A. L). 1907. for the year \107.! He didn't hear me. He was muttering suddenly a dense I aVisiting
Tim d.-lut-o uf MtUI,, /pining Moirks' amrtn passed In front of the moon and prevented
Incoherently and in other
'tin I to curbing to 1.'Nln \\ltliin thirty dugs BK.VJ. I. OAT Be It ordained. by the City Council of acting "
it after the letting of the contract u"llh *>n- the city of Palatka Florida. respects like one demented. I tried toreossu..e him from hearing more.
fire u'oik, to ,lie coiujtlt'Ud. ifiti dayS from President City Council him him that Another phrase written In downright -
by telling
thel tll"1 of the ran 1 1'lift.AcfitiiHMl Attest : Pro-tern. That. for the purpose of securing an we of '
ctu'i'k for tinamount nCOni'riiouamtU equal and uniform rate of taxation and both were so anxious for the traIn to seriousness by a master
11011nrs, iinule 'al>lt> to b... H J. N. BLtCKWELL.fSoul French something like
pu> criticism runs Card
cnil.Uhitlrumnortlu' Hoard of I'"u"' to pay the appropriations for the current come that we bad created It In our ,

te.*M, must nci'omnuiiy the bUl. The hoard ] Clerk. expenses of the (city and for paying paginations very lame explanation, this:

h of Ik/nd'rruslors ',:iitMtlif right I to imirKctl"ill.Ufor reJvct Approved : October 4th, A. 1). 1907. the expenses of the Fire and Water Departments by the waY-but was unable to quiet "It was one of those duels in which IK '

I any or all BiK'k bids I .Puvintf lfit.-lopes," to lw F. It. WILSON. Mayor. there shall be levied upon him. Suddenly I saw him looking out one of the blades literally buries itself .

I.: M I'KJLL. the Real and Personal Property In sold III the heart of the other."-lllnnenpoIs -
tho with and
over snow a new height ,
Oiinlri.mil, It.mrM of .Hoiitl TruHtovs.Pnlutkn. City a Tax of 30 Mills upon the Dollar, "
Florldit.Oct.. iHt, IU> ". ened terror in his eye I followed its to 't '
distributed follows
Round Trip Rate from Jacksonville to as : a <
direction and there out on the prairiewas '
Jamestown Exposition via A. General Revenue Fund Thirteen ((13) Their Little Surprls yy".
.OKU1XAXCE: the tralu running along as smoothy -
C. L. Railway.Mo.15 Mills They were elopers and the stern parent -
as If It were still thu rails.
To amend Section 7 of an Ordinance[ of Fire and Water Fund Three ((3)) Mills. ou was supposed to be lu pursuIt. -. '
-Conch excursion to Norfolk, Sinking Fund Four Mills. So Intense was my astonishment, so .
I'ulutkii. "An Ordinance
the City of entitled,
But lie wasn't. On the contrary a telegram
on salt each Tuesday and Fridays eerie the feeling tho phantom train : ; '
to pioUde for the paving Passed in open. Council this let awaited them at! the next town.'Is Newspaper. \ .
,' and r..p..lnl.tr.t.. ; In the City of Put- Limit 10 days. No stopovirs. day of October, A. I>. 11)07. gave me, that I forgot/ my companion It forgiveness asked the agitated -, >

atka !lull, [ .u," posed.. lu Open Council BENJ. I GAY completely till, hearing a groan, I looked ., ;:.Af
lOuT. '24.20)-Fifteen day ticket, Good In youth as be banded It to the angelicme. .
August about and hIm
saw lying wrltlilng
sleeper, Stopover allowed with. Pros Pro Tern She read it and burst
De It onlalued, [ by the Major and City I limit./ Attest In the snow. This startled me, and 1 -
hi : A
into tears. Then the startled youth ,
of Floll.la >
Council the City of Falutka. :
forgot the train lu the -
Section 1 I. That Section 7 of on Ordinance ID.Sixty) flits ticket. Uood In J. N. BLACK WELL, of responsibility took it and read it aloud. J'Your mother Satisfaction 'i'V
allowed with being out ou a broad prairie with a
shipper. Stopover
of the City of Fulatha entitled. [Seal] Clerk City Council. and I offer congratulations. Your ,
in 1111I11.ffW.SS''lIs"n. man who might bo lu a death struggle.
"An Ordinance, to pro\'Ido for the paving tickets. Good In Approved Oct. 2nd 1907.BOWELL hasty action meets with our approval.
sleeper There was little 1 could do for aim
gnu repnvlug streets lu the City of Pal
allowed within A. DAVIS We can now carry out a plan that we
atka Fonda," passed la open Council Stopover except get his head on my knee and :
limit of Dec. 15. Acting Mayor. have long contemplated and tbat was
August 2Dtll [Uu7. be, and the same Is taking a flask from my satchel pout '
hereby amended so as to read as follower Summer tourist rotes from Jack- a drink of whisky down his throat( delayed only because we bad you with Guaranteed.':

Miiiivllle, on sale dally. Limit October pnOCL.UlA TIOX. While ha revived be did not recover us. In other words we are about to

Section 7. If any person, corporation.or 81st. his head eveu twelve minutes later break up housekeeping and go into a .'J,

company shall full ta pine'. any such Denver, Col o7.K( : Gainesville Notice In hervtivglvon. thnt an election forth when the train the real tralu Bat!"-Argonaut. I

part of street, \tlthlutho prescribed time tI.... $!lj'20); Chicago III, J4005; Ie- thwt'lty nurpoti of Pulutkrt of ilcu-nnliilng' hull: \ borrow\%hut her u sum or not ol by a rattling- the rails-and preceded "
on the
In said notice the Board. of Bond, Trustees trolt. :Mich $4445; Niagara Falls\ money not exceeding. tm thounnnd ($10.0110)" ') hUlphisil

of sold city shall have the work dODO aud N. Y. US \05; Put-In-Bay, I)., $42.95 ; dollum roan:: u rMI* and : "J"Ir,1t : usual clatter steamed up and at my Give ; .
; In from
A city man had a friend a
ordlnnnu of phased signal stopped beside us. The conductor us ,
the amount contruc.nl to be paid th..reI I Washington, p. (J$37.00; Lookout Provided' ..... October M, UNIT. *'III be helUIn '
north farm business matter
tor shall be a lieu upon the several I lots Mountain Term., $24 15. viild C'lty on Moudny the 1UU day of November standing on a platform saw me beside country on a ;4
4 of luod fronting ou such. street lu proportion For further Information and Pull- 1WU7, namely, fur: the purpose of determining the sick man and, jumping off assisted the other day and they lunched together 1. \

to the extent In which. such owners in nn refiervatloiiit call on or write kn shall Iwrrow hethor a sum or not of money the City. not of exueed-Fulnt me to get him aboard.A at a restaurant. The Cork man

are heieby required'' to pave such Frank C. Itoylston, District Passenger log ten thousand dollars rIOJ.n I | ( >, ut n rule number of persons were crowding ate Ills meal entirely with his knife. Y/ii
street. Much amount may be assessedas Agent Atlantic. Const Line of Iiiterent not to exceed B por cent per annul around the Invalid gaping at When he was near the end he discovered Your :
for n term not exceeding lu yeiim, to him
a special tax against such lot or the Jacksonville Flu. IM lifted In the completion and equipment when one of them a trainman ex- that be had no fork. \ .
same may be euforced by suit ut law or of the ,)'.,..m of water work. now being "
"Look here he said the ,
----- -------- -- claimed to city. man :' "
lu equity) or the said amount may boreoover.11 built lw the Hoard' of Bond Trusteesand : ; I' "
such to uiithorlae and empower the Mayor, 'ProsIdonLlndOlerkofthe'Sty "I'll bet thafs Dan Ilorgan!" "that waiter didn't give me a fork.. 1
ngulust owner or .. "'
of sold
Oounuil :
r owners bv ault before any court i.f competent G.S.&F.Ry. (City to sign unit execute notes In the ammo "Who's Dan Horgan I asked. "'ell. you don't need one, replied t ;

jurisdiction. The nmouut due or and "rll the thuthodty: :::"Weo:II y of Pnlatkupl.d o1)) "One of the men who threw the the city man seriously. Next Order.RUSSELL" '' -
the hods, '
/ prpOrty "Tlio deuce I don't! from the .\
that may become due or payable to the the l IlY for the '"lth'1 t payment Ih..r..r.. rain off the track two weeks ago kill- came tw;:''
City of Fulatka by any person persons Schedule effective Apr. 7th, 1007. The 101l..wlnK are the 111.1..1.. sod clerks. lug the engineer fireman and several armer. "What am I going to stir my

arm company orcorpoiatlon for pavingas Subject to change without notice of same each Ward and d..lllnlLlo.II.lIInllllac., Inard passengers. Then they robbed the coffee with?"-London Opinion.

herein before )provided, shall be paid \\ 1. Peter Gardner clerk. N. O. Darl.. express car. One of the gang Is in
by such person persons, firm company t:. T. Kollum. D. I. Gay. Imipecton.. Polling 1 1plftC" A Qr.o.ful Withdrawal.
or corporation lu the following manner : G.y. warehouHttard I all. baa turned state's evidence and
Two-thirds cash completion the Departures from Palatka. \\ a. A, O. Phiillnn, clerk: G. D. MoblyW. named Ilorgan as their leader" "Do ;you know who that old man Is
upon Lt Cheeses, (' *. Polling
f paving In front of the property to bo 5:50: p. m.-No 10, for Valdosta, Macon place, Central ;:18rJ\.ln.peclo': \; "But why do you suspect this man Hiking to our hostess naked Mrs. I

t. chanted and one-third thereof wlthlu Atlanta and points north. Connection ttard a. ('.I Row ton. clerk: ; l.eo Jacobson 10 be Horgan?" Blunderer of the lady sitting beside 'I

7 six months thereafterAll\ of the deferred made at Valdosta with local .lame' place Ray, Oldi'ounoll l Paddy McOraw.Chamber.Uard Inspector. Polling "The Informer has described him as her. |

payments shall hear Interest at the sleeper, for Macou. .. I'. J.Hockcleric; John A.Grainger laving sandy hair and a red beard. "That" answered the woman coldly -
rate of six cent from the lame Fry Joseph Prlca Jr.. InHpectorv. PollhiK "
p r per annum 6 :'I3: a. m.-No, 2, for Valdosta, Macon place, Cur Main and Third m.. Besides he says tbat Horgan's right "Is my son. I -
date of tho completion of the paving In \\ard 6. M. ]Uelitom. clerk Shorn, "Oh Mrs. Blunderer In
Atlanta and points north. Solid : Tony arm was shattered by"a shot from the gasped confusion -
front of the property. to be charged or Georue Doiulan, J. W. 1'.RllnID.I"0"*. Poll- I
taxed for these betterments providedthat train for Macon ; connection made lag place. Court: Ilnlule.Wsrd Conductor.> We've had the description "he's u good deal older than

such ai Valdosta with Parlor car for 6. J. l>. Jctlordtt. clerk: Robert Cairn. on this train ever since It woe circulated you are, is he not?"Llpplucott's. i
person, parsons firms company Maoon connects nt Lake City for John hale, Alex Hall, tnupccion, pollInKplace.
; "
or corporation shall have. the prlvlleK4 Odd Follow Hall. by the company ten days ago.
Live Oak and Tallahassee. Also ,
of pa lug. thventlreumount of their Ward 7. J. c. Ham, rlerk Arthur DrownInff The invalid had not regained his Concentration. .
connects at Valdosta and Tlfton and Tom Jon, T. .,. Thompson. ._.....,
Indebtedness, as aforesaid upon the Cordelo for all points In south Georgia. polling place, atlas Bmltn aatore. Lemon. B*. bead when we reached the next town The Servant-: Professor, there Is a
completion of such paving lu front of Poll 8 clock .L Y. and. clo.. at
open at I where the sheriff advised by telegraph thief In the dining room! The Astronomer

their property to be charge,1 or taxed for ----- Biinnet.On the question of authorlzlnf the Clayto entered the train and took' him Into (deep in calculation)-Tell him

these extensions, and all porso.5, firms I borrow money as aforetinld. only I the legallyqualified I custody. He did not know that be I'm too busy to see him!-Translated
companies, and corporations becoming Trains arrive In Palatka from points voter of the City of Palatka. who '
tad been betrayed by his fright at For Transatlantic Tales From II Motto
own real estate in laid City and have the
Indebted aforesaid wan yard
a. not
may pay north at 10 MO a. m. and 10:05: p. m. ,masts for the year !lat due thereon, at ba phantom train which le doubtless per KIdere.
the entire amount of said Indebtedness .. the time. of tald election reside. In said City I
k shall issue to said cl'y negotiable obligations -- hall be autborlied to '0'.on such queatton. supposed was the one he had

{? for said Installments or deferred The Georgia Southern &! Florida 11'y 1'. H. Wrr.RON, wrecked coming back to haunt xhlai. Not Improbable."I .

Vt payments which shall be executed In otters the most convenient route from Palatka, Florida Oct.Mayor UD 35R.I of.said 1 Olty.. lid It not been for this he could easily l- understand in France a One is

such form as may be provided )hy the Palatka and vl.-lolty: to Macon Atlanta bare concealed his Identity for the Imposed when a train Is late."

City Council of said Clt. or said Hoard and all points north and northwest.For short distance ba had intended to risk "Do you believe they fine the train?"

of Bond Trustv s which nul.l" certificates sleeping car roeen'IlUon.elted- 'TUB!l LAST: COVST OP FLORIDA a ride.I "As to that I can't say. I know they

shall against constitute which assessment a lien upon Is the made property, and ules, etc call on E. PENNY Ag" nt. IJ I"AIt\DI RCCAINEO." learned that the phantom train was always( dock the hosts.!. St. Louis AND. ..

such certificates may be transferred by Palatka Depot or J. II. HAfOIIToN( due to the mirage not uncommon In tepubllc. : .' ., : ; I, ,..,.,. ,

said. City; Council or Its board of City Ticket Agent. Palatka Manitoba. When I saw it first stop It -' :,' "

Bond Trustee, In settlement to the con- C. B. RHODES. C. P. A.. Macon. Co. nka 'irk', was at a station soma eight or ulna Why H. Was Happy. ,'- .." .);..:

tractor for the paving aforesaid.. - -- WIlTED tlocrl( t PARLOR miles away. When I saw Jt a second Brlggs' Hudson seems to be happy. ,

,I Passed In open Council this I loth day Notice of Application for Tax Deed. r ULL tAN;.YI1,. 1 ''I I.a1. CAR time careertng over. the prairie it was Irlgsrs-Yes; be has little money but ..

of October A. D. 1 U7.HOWELL. r. Notice Is hereby given that 8. M. AND ?" ,,"' TRAINS coming from that station. I, b* possesses a philosophical temperament -

A. D. ;lJSo.: Coburn purchaser of Ux cerlldcateNo. 3 I i ''S.-: The man who's guilty' consciencewas and simple tastes. Brlg/l8-I./ .

'. ____ Is3. dated the 3d day of .July, A. D. moved the He Is Independently poor-Judgo.
___ ___. ProU..et City Council. by steaming apparition ,
11MJ5.! has. flied aald certificate In my I to give himself away turned out i

t Attest J. N.: BL.VCKWELL. ofllce and has made application for tax Reaching the Famous Resorts, to be Indeed the leader of the band It Is not your duty to so live that VICKERSi
deed Issue In accordance with
to law. will be satisfied with .
hat had wrecked the train sml. toes you yourself but
(Seal] Clerk City Council.Approved ST. ORMOND
1, &IJ certificate embraces the following AUGUSTINE. ,
committed murder. to so live that your wife will be satisfied [
Oct. ISth, 1907. described property situated In Putnam
F. H. WILSON county Florida to-wlt : DAYTONA, ROCKLEDGE, F. A. M ITCHEL. with ;you.-Houston Tost

Mayor. Lots 2, 3 and 24. Dlock \20-Interlacben. PALM BEACH MIAMI.A Why He Quit.

The said land being assessed at the Hal-Have you stopped calling on

date of the Issuance of such certificate Short Sea Trip from Miami If you are languid depressed local''.- he girl with the plaid blouse
S otiCI'
Executor's la the name of A. L. Ross Vnless by Steamer to ble for work It indicates that your liver Tom-Ye It's all over there.

Notice H hereby. gl\eti that ilx months said certificate shall be redeemed ao" I.out of order. Herblne irlll assist nsun > Hal-Why? Father object?
after flaw "........,. to-K-lt. lilt the lilt tiny oft cording to law tax deed will Issue thereon NASSAU N. P. > to throw! of headaches, rheumatism 'OItl-D1eRs Palatka Fla.l
; you nof And I badicrve -
Jnnunrr. A. J>. ions: I iwoxefutor of the lout and ailments akin to tervoutmeas, and .
ns will :cad testament of I J. I Ii. I'lilnn. deceased, on the list day of October. A, D. 1907. KEY WEST FLA. enough' to dodge all her hints
enters the and of
energies vitality -
will ale my llniil nccuuut thud voucher naBUMB Witness official signature and sealthlsthel2thdayof8eptembert
+ 1 executor In the oino of the County my O. sound and perfect health J. J. Hub shout popping tbo question also but
Judge of Put nOnl Count. PlnrMu' touch ask aril Temple. Texas writes, "I have the lust time I called she had the sign, .
Seal. JOHCTH Fines .
( ) ,
IM *
to dls'hnrgedfruulfluetorttIeradolnlaaralon "
F of live rata.leof -..,Id .'. b.> filmi. Clerk circuit\ court, Putnam county Fla.. used Herblue for the past two yours. :It 'Do It Now, stuck on Ibo center ttlble. -
ANTONIO I-tINA, KX.M-U' >r. Br B. Raymond Price den clerll.Chamber13rn's PSD FCTc .r-''R BOOKLET. has done m.. more Rood than all the That floored me, and 1'va nnltnndon 1
July, !"t. UoT. AmChamberlain's
--- --- J, P. Mff/ rT i :n ',..01 r. ?' M't'r, made for chills and t "er." ftc() :For The first library In Connecticut
f BEC, 9' n. "'.f't Mmntr, sale. by Ackerman Stewart was ,
1 t Innrthoc. 'JI.lDed.04. Cough:! Remedy J O.f: '. i'IP a'. Altat, _" I founded at Briiiirnril lerirjmen lu

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presceirt City NewsWeather A Tired Woman's Epitaph. "1 should ailing like to It njnnnga Down Ibis paper

Headquarters for __ J "Here lies poor woinau who always for about six months," said the new

.. wan tired, reporter of a country paper. "Th rai'No Operation
Box Who lived In a house where help editor doesn't know bin bun
Mr. William present
Orange Report.CroSoontoutv I P. Allen and MI.B wan not hired
tomporator. for the we.k sot- Rosa M. Holley of Weluka were mar Her ln.t words on etirth were: Dear asked.
the matter he was
MaterlalPaper ; i In Ouhobor whIt, lUOTi rled at the home of the bride's mother friends 1 am going
Max. Mil last Where washing ain't clone, nor "Why Inst night I was told off to report Mrs. Malinda Akers of Basham, Va, writes:
00101 for; w'ui;:; Sunday. The young reopl( sweeping, nor sawing. a lira In Urond street, aud I wroteIt I
Nails >0' 7 1& m.J p. iii. pi. m. u hr. have and couldn't
"I had what doctors call
to """I'1")'. 00 71 BT4 gone to housekeeping In the nub e".rythln thero Is exact to my up In grand stylo, ranking a half 'prolapse, ,.
SO. thimluy. 8S nu at 5j 55 home recently purchased by Mr. Allen wishes column article! of It. I began It In stand straight. I had; pain In my back and
21. Moluliiy" ou 70 m M (:j For there don't eat. and there's
Etc. north of the town-the old T. KGautler they this wny:
21. UHH.uay.. .in 70 m ia eo ot shoulders and was very irregular and profuse. ;
1Itl. w ina.aHy no 70 110'I' ra plaoe. The no washing dishes '"Suddenly! on the itlll night air
it.' I young couple I'll b where loud anthems will always but 1couldn't I
< Doctors needed
Grain Thuniday Ba 711 00 tw Jo have the shrill cry of Ore and at the said an operation was ,
20. .. the best wishes rung
Hay fftlduy et 74 OTH IB* 81 a large droll ba ringing!,
K: I,. WILLIAMS! Ob....... of friend for a long and happy life Bub having no voice I'll got deer of Burns moment the little licking tongues bear the thought of the knife. After tak-

and _. I ii,. S. Cone went over to St. Angus, I he singi lnR'. of flume, whose light playing along ing three bottles of Wine of Cardul, I could walk
Don't niuiini for mo now, don'trnournfor the roof's edge, caught the eye of the '
."" "" """ I tine on Monday and returned tin* fol me never, midnight watcher, leaped forth, no Urn around. Can now do my housework and am in

I Feed Stuffs. = .. Personal and Social. = lowing day with his daughter, MisInez I'm going" to do nothing forever nndSelected. get pluyful, but fierce and angry In splendid health." ;

Cone, who has fully recovered liver. their thirst and greed. Like glowing ,
from the effects of snaky demons the lurid links entwined Cardui is a pure, vegetable. medicinal essence,
"" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" an operation at
Fertilizers Have you paid your docc license? the hospital that city. AU Crescent A Remedy For Neuralgia or the doomed building. lu vuuoinoiis especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It .
hip and the flames allot Into'
riso I City Is gratified:l at the news of Pxin-in The Nerves. spurts relieves excessive periodical pains regulates
; order for Or Henry llutchlnson, sr., spent\ Sat overhanging dm'knoBs.11110 from
ve your .
ox Material with us relay and Sunday at home. the success of Miss Cone's trip und Liniment For nenuralKI"has no und equal.Rclatlcn.llolln'It: him n every window and door poured forth irregularities, and is a _ _ _
to know
Think we cnn stive O. 1-1. Preston went to I'alatkn 01 that she has now the prospects powerfully! sedative elfrct on the a dense sulphurous smoke, the deadly safe, pleasant and reliable TREK ADVICE

you of a life of health. nerves-penetrates without rubbing suffocating breath of an Imprisoned.. for all Write ui fr letlcr dMcrlblag allyour '
ion.t. business last Monday Will M. Miller has leased and gives Immediate relief from pnlnquiokons Bend' remedy nymptum. and w* will ..nd you
I MILLER II. I.. Chant of Duluth the 011-- the circuUnion of the ?. I sick women. I In successful Fr- Advkt I In plMln wal e8.*nvlop::t
4 Minn., was bert cottsgw". of Mr. Kluard and as "I went on In that stylo for over half Addmfli Ladln'Advlsory I
a guest at Urovn Hall last week. Mrs. blood and gives a pleasant sensation a column," said tho new reporter, "and use for over 70 TheCh."e.uoa.M.dlclu.Co..Ch.years. .".-
Crescent City. soon na Miller returns from the of comfort and warmth.. nooo..1....
this Is what In the this
I Ir Mrs. HhelllelU: of Crescent Inn li north will move In. Mrs. Miller ex "FOB three years I suffered with appeared paper Try it. :

1B lJj mm the week with her to neuralgia In the head and jaws." morning:
spending pArents pects return lu a few days and lu Broad '
'A fir. broke out street
.. writes J. P. Ilubbnrd, of Marietta, At Store in Bottles.
Every Drug $1.00
In Nassau county.C. with her will ba
--------- ---- her parents, Mr. and S. C., "and had almost decided to last night, but was quickly suppress

8. Goweu and Walter Cllil ship Mrs. Chas. K.: Cook, who will remain have three of my teeth pulled whena ed.' Do you call that Journalism.

Just ArrivedFine ped conslderablu fruit Inst week fron: here for the winter. Mrs. Miller friend recommended me to buy I'twellty London Standard.
has been with her mother ve-oent bottle of Blonn's:: WINE
their respective Kiovea. during The champion living skeleton was
did and
Liniment. I so experienced 'H'HA
line of Lndiea' ReadyMade Chose & Co. shipped carload ol the past two month or more while< Immediate relief, and I kept on using Claude Seurat who died In 1840. CARDUi .

Waists for Fall nnd oranges and grapefruit from tho she was seriously Ill la a hospital nt It until the neuralgia was entirely Though be was S feet 8 Inches he OFS.
Milwaukee. cured. I will never be without a weighed only forty-six pounds. .
Winter wear. Also a very Orlmsley grove last week. bottle of Sloan's Liniment In lilY .
W. F. Glynn of Boston U spending I It also for insect CgC g gmgc gg 2 ,
line 6f Kibboi.s.: Mr. and Mrs. Itoiseu gave a large bouse aguln./ use
superior a couple of weeks at Orove Hall and a IIg .
bites and Bore throat, and I can "
For Silk Dress Goods and and enjoyable moonlight launcharty making arrangements for the slilp- cheerfully recommend It to any one g\ Grove Hall jj jjj .
> night lust week.
who from any of the Ills f'
Trimmed Hnla, !'leeMrs.5.B.Shaw' men of fruit from his 20 acre grove ,
MlHa Hester McUrady terminatedher which I have mentioned. ''J
/\ tii
In the DeWolf neighborhood. Mr. iJ:j CresoentCity'apopularhotel, Bt
visit hero last Monday on which 31ynn Is connected with a Boston The a..'. Feet. renovated, clenn and airy. Is u .
day: she returned to Jacksonville. trust company and Is unable to secure Nnturullutn 1<11)' Hint Urn feet of thacgmmiiu 1:1 again open for the season under :HI :J B. DOWNES &
noiUluu lieu exhibit the curious the management of VVm. C. BJ .
Haw Creek Grove a long vacation this much
The Security year
Fin. tf 7 Norton.
Crescent City couihtimllon of a basket a blush J
between two and to the regret of his Crescent City bent ora.I Commission Merchants,
company shipped md n pair of |r Inchera. The hruah, tim J In the midst of the
three hundred boxes of fruit last Heiidri. Ho I. accompanied by his hull's'of I"hllh are nrraugpd In symmetrical gauge j growing section of Florl- 'a J SEW YORK tj JJ
W Q '74 dn. Fine boating, fishing and t.I E 20JDllanoStrect: ,
friend, Mr. Thos. Young also of Boson. -
week. I In with
UWWWVt rows Been only n high
Beautiful views
bird shooting. t!
| Fresh Supply Capt. Ivory went to Jacksonville Mr. Glyun has been coming toCrescent rrmlo mlrroKcupu With this brush of'airy B U of Crescent Lake from hotel 'aLI i will endeavor to handle in ft manner '!
City since 1881 and Is ik'llatcy thu boo brushes Its vel- t.IU
'i ust week to meet Mrs. Ivory and one verandas. Handy to steamboat -
who of the original coterie of northern vet robu to t< remove tha pollen dust with landing. Hoard by week t.I i.1 factory to you, any shipments "of satis'i'i
jof other members of the family are IJu
f gentlemen to In culure which It becomes loaded while sucking j and month at reasonable rates. :
engage orange
Hxpected to arrive this week. In up thu nectar of flowers. Another Caters to Northern TourlsU.rt tot .,
; this section. There should
i Garden Seeds I: Mrs. T.: C. Dai-by ,has, been dischai.lid therefore be no surprise that he I. dollcale n '|>nriitus" Is the HPOOII shaped Write for terms. I Oranges, Grapefruit orEi !

,J from the hospital at St. Augus- appautlngo: Hint receives the gleanings '
S i
and stocks for llvng 9 S C NORTON i
tine and Is now quite recovered' from landllng mor.ey a that the live, wI9111's I to curry to the Wrn T''I
Plan -
Fall ing-
For In Boston at this time. If people
[ lie effects of an operation there per- live finally by opening tho brush Crescent City, Fla. IJ: .
will only stay here a sufficient length and the Ixislu-t by means of a neat lit- n LIC 'e'e. "J
Just i: ormed. of tinip the business will tie hlngi, the two become a pnlr ofilucheia C t.I
orange them and will be to
,e, you consign:; to pleased ,,
The Crescent carried out o75 boxes Ither inako 'em or break 'em. whlc.li: riMidar" tinportnnt serv-

jf fruit from this place last Friday. Ice In tiouintitit'ting the c-olbi for the Only One of a Kind. give reliable information at time .
tried the you any ,
Have you ever "Why do you think be In such a remarkable
'K for ind about 475 on Monday. Blilpnentg reception( of thu I honey.
Julo a
i "Welch Grape POMONA NEWS. ?" !
I man I either wire mail relative to the condition
( by or )
ji Hummer .trenR'tf1..n It's del io- will l be steady from now on to "He's the only one I ever knew wholad

3' tons from and Juice.In ;. Mnde We he clone of the season. Mrs. C. L. Smith Is visiting her eon "Packing Off of Widows." nerve enough to make the re- E. of the New York market. "J

have it pure in all grape size bOtU R. Mrs. A. li. I.awtoii and !Mrs. W.Gl. lit Lemon City on the east coast. Some curious ciiBtoins In the way of spouses lu the marriage service loud ,iL

i D. Tongo and children of Barton Mr. and Mrs. If. A. Perry have returned iiistliiicH prevntl lu Korea. Among the'arming enough so that any one could bear
from cliuros thero la I ouo kuowu UK J'L'
Morrlstown, Ttnn., him. -Chicago Post '
Our Celebrated No. 44 S. (.1., and Mrs. O. T. Mclntosh of where they have been since June. the "(moiling off of widows." This \.....-._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._,., .

Savannah were guests atOrove Hallor They are cordially welcomed here meiiua a mid ou a certnlullluito H.r Selection. V ,

will knock out (Ihe most stubborn a few days last week. gain. inonn to foutiln a young widow. A Blanche-The most difficult thing I.to .
and Fever.It .
II the case most of Chills speedy remedy C. J. Hunter has purchased two or 1\1r.and Mrs. W. S. Mlddleton were nldonur iifcouipauled, by friends, en- : make up one's mind what to take
I In Palatka Friday, and witnessed the cnrrlun oil the
tore thu
\lll.itfj woman
knowu. Uet a bottle for 2Qo.Lound's three crops of oranires; 'In this seCtion And v.hat to leave behind. HenriettaOb -

I for J. II. Campbell of Plainfield, njoyable at the production theater In of the"The evening.Mr. Toufisis' In qiievilou. and umrrlua her. I don't think so. I take all my McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.

Store busband.Rlre.Coughs .
frocks and leave
Drug V. J. Mr. Campbell and his family and Mrs. O. G. Platt of Salsu-( LETTER TO R.OBT. WRIGHT my ,

Crescent CUy Fla. !, re expected down soon, and will ma, spent Sunday with relatives In Falatka, Fla. Commission Merchants.

their new home, the house own.: Tell the "I
occupy Dear Sir: owner: paint
"' ""' '!)
Hendricks has returned
!Mrs. O. S. ;
of Oeo. Meal. Devoe nothing else, unless want
ecenlly you
'rom the summer spent In New Kng- ofChildren
me to paint something else! I'll Tomatoes Pine Apples -
---- ---
could profit. Her Calvin M. Webb of
Crescent City )people and son. paint whatever you like, It's your
bly unite some one day for a general ioston, accompanied her and will house, not mine; your Job not mine:
leaning up of the town and this before )ass the winter here. Mr. Webb IeIIn It's mine If I do It my way; It's yours and Early OrangesVegetables
M, H, READ old Pomona boy, and has net been
; It I do It your way.
I tlieurilval of the winter vleltol's.Nothing home since leaving seven. years ago, "It, will cost you lean, Devoe; less Grape Fruit

I REAL -I so attractive as a clean town and the young people are glad to aliens to buy and brush-on; lean Nature
night coughs. -
the welcome him. Especially :
We have
oil of clean people. money for paint, less money for wags -
Crescent City, Fla. eople. The V. I. A. ladles are preparing a ; a gallon put-on Is about;; Devoe ( needs a little help to quiet 279 Washington St. Wew York ,
hort entertainment for ThanksglviTg will cost let by tenth to a hair no- the irritation control the Inflammation -
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Barker of evening. There will be a comedy ordlng to what you compare it with ;
The Howe property-"Cres- s:! Jew York arrived lust week and aret titled "The Champion of Her Hex: And wears bettor, how much better check the progress:

cent Hill"-Is now on the marI drove Hall. !Mr. and Mrs. Barker ud other features to make up a epends on what yon compare It of the disease. Our advice is
tenantt evening. with-It may be a year, It may be
children Ayer'sCherry
ket.C coming to Crescent City -give: the
have been '
I Miss Edith L. Krook Is back again ten. ,
Particular attention given to many years and appear to like the rom Tennessee where she has spent "It Is my business to know how to Pectoral.. Ask your Atlantic Coast Line

i I> Crescent City property listed lace better every ) ..ar. Their grove 1most enjoyable vacation of alonth. )alnt as well as to paint; and I do.You doctor if this is his advice also.

with me. las a fair crop of fruit this season. On the way home Miss can see my Jobs by the dozen." He knows best. Do as he says.
Crook was In company with Mr. and That's straight talk. The man who
1't.. l'n ,,'!)" ..," MA. 8. B. :Pownes: Co. of New York Irs. Perry and all spent several CAn talk like that with a steady eye, W. pnbltal put fOrmutMTW The Quickest and Best Line to all Points

Are fruit dealers who have a reputa- day In the beautiful city of Asheville will have plenty of business; good baD'." Blootiolfrom
honorable dealing with the N. C. business, too; and men will stand by A our m.dloin..
tlon Mrs. N. J<:. Plplargave party Sat- Im. Yours truly w. ;; 705 to East and West.Consult
i covering
Sper.l.oer: : rult growers of this section They want rday night In honor of the birthday 67 F W DEVOB & CO i/ers ..D.a"d...."..UI'' .

A period of many years. of her son, Charles. The pleasant
Dentist. your fruit and will do the right thing home was crowded with guests for Tha Smalts Wire Biting. If you think constipation Is of trifling the Purple Folder. Trains leave Palatka Florida

--- vith you. See their oard In another vhluh" pleasing entertainment In the John Quincy Adams of Massachu- consequence, just ask your doctor. He
Oinoo at Boaldanca Vroapecl stroet. this way of music and games had been etta. third of that name was very will disabuse you of that notion In short
Crescent City, Florida olumn papersIj. provided by her assistant hostess, fond of fishing aud not especially fond order. "Correct It, at once !I" he will 5:15: a. m., 4:52: p. m., 2:35 p. m. Daily
A. Hurlbut ls arranging for the IIss SteliuiSmitii.: The prizes, which ot his legal profession. One clay, the ay. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills.

erection of 1\ handsome residence on were boxes of chocolate for the two tory runs, n case In which he was A mild liver pill, all vegetable. For Jacksonville and all points East and West.

St. Johns River by Daylight. he ornamented lot which occupies uesslng contests, were won by Miss. counsel was down for trial la a Mas- ._IIIa".br: the.1.O.Ay..Co.,X.OW011.!....-

of his blggro'e.Mr. l,'rands Mobley and Miss Emma.Velch. sachusetts court Mr. Adams did not
tho southeast corner Later In the evening theuests

The Beach filler Line Hurlbut expects to begin bulking were served with delicious Ice to make the his ludne.appearance That worthy but sent Kcntleman a letter Legal Abaurditlaa. For further detailed information, rates, schedules, etc.
about the beginning ream and cake. All departed after absurd clauses have found
operations read It and then postponedthe case Some see F A. YAIIBOROUGI1 Ticket Agent at Palatka Fla.,
and his plans call (wishing the young boat many happy heir Into certain acts of the Brlt- ,
Steamer CRESC1NT.LLV.i ': of the new year eturns amid thanking Mrs. Plplar for with the announcement: write to ,
comfort- One statute enacted 5r
both .
sh parliament
will be
fur a home that a most charming evening.Mrs. "Mr. Adams Is detained on impor- .
translortatlon -
---- able and au ornament to the town. Wood well arrived Sunday ant business." mnlshmSnt of fourteen years' '

.oaTlllaoaTnandayaTbundaya. and Mrs. E. A. Hogarth have and with Rev, Woodwell who came It was afterward learned by a colleague for a certain half thereof offense,should"and Frank C. Boylston
Sect 9aturtlo '. at ':80 for Union Cora Mr. reads upon conviction one ,
) a. m. : visit to wo weeks ago, Is for the present of Adams that the letter .
Palatka! Cronoent city and principal Waylandlnia eturned from a six weeks, boarding at W. 8. Mlddleton', until follows: RO to the king and the other half to

rlenda and relatives In South Caro. a house can be secured. I,. "Dear Judge-For the sake of old the Informer." Then there- Is an act District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.Expletives .
Returnlng,1eav.u OlellO.OUIt Wadniwayi returned to the state last I. of parliament for the rebuilding of
) on Ina._ They Miss Harriet Jeffries entertain- zaak Walton please continue my case

<. ,Frida,.and Mood..,.at T..m. reek, but went to Quay St. Lode ng her slater Mrs. Anson of Lake! till Friday. The smelts are biting, and Chelmsford prison which stipulated In .--. -- -. ----- ------- -

Jaokionvllla wharf footot Laura Btraat. ounty. to attend the annual session Jlty. _ I can't leave one clause that the prisoners shouldbe
'\'al.phon. of the Primitive Baptist COMO. built and In another-an Interior of
LAKE now one was bo seen In the
lita may
wbarf foot of Lamon atrwt.E. .
returned to Crescent City on Th Ow. Sharldana.Itlclmrd How hopeless It Is to render one un
They clause that the now prison of
amending- Russia where great tracts countryare
_. Bond who have DrIlls ley Butler Sheridan, ion's expletives In another languageIs
and Mrs. Oeo.
out of the ma-
'ueadny. should be constructed covered with snow six months of
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the great Irishman was all his lifelong curiously Illustrated In on EngHsh-
T. CI.ARK.Traflb.. :, Manager- Mrs. Mary\ Scott Miller, admlulsrntrlx Claude Monjar have returned to in dire straits for money, and tonal of the old.ono. German and German-English diction the year. The cows unless protectedbecome

Jacksonville Fla. of the J.V.. Miller estate their home at Harrodsburg, Ky. when he died In 1310 the bailiffs were ar-, where "Donnerwetter" U translatd afflicted with snow blindness ..
suvs that the new steamer the Pilot They made many friends while here, actually In possession of his house. H. Didn't Put It Off. "Zounds! whllo "Zounds!" on tho while looking for line grass under the

will not go on the run until who were sorry to have them leave Sheridan's forbears had been O'Sher- "Oraclousl" exclaimed Mr. Stay lute.: other hand Is rendered In the EngllahOeriuitn melting snow. _

A. Q.TORREY.Undertaker loy 16th lost. It wilt really ''hey were accompanied who by their will dans. "It's nearly midnight I should be song : part by 'Totztauscnd!" audSnppornient Lady (ago seven)-now much Is that
the "
bout Miss Oleo Monjar ,
that date. This elce, MUaJl "Why" asked on one occasion his pretty soon, I suppose. !" 'Totztausendl" again please? Stallholder, at booth of church
before school at that plaoe.
needed ttend Qouue
and Embalmer. not be line-The Bench & Miller o Is a very charming anti popular little son-"v,by liave.we not the 0' as ","Yea replied !Miss Patience'Never Is translated "The deuce!I" and "Good fair (ago nine)-How much has your
the old saying put
opular misled well they ou know !" mother given to spend?Punch.
lady and will be greatly as gracious _
Full vlll take excellent care of shippers oung vll- the fa- off till tomorrow what you can do> to- .. -
flue ot Caskets and Coffins be In Comb and the surrounding "Iloaveu only knows was 'Ii,
Telephone nterests this season. There will ages. her's reply. "We ought to have It, for liiy.' "Philadelphia Press. .

no delays at this end. Horace PrIor of Jacksonville--- IS athis we owe everybody.", I IIYb
CITY FLOEIDA thoroughly home here, attending to the shIp. Stationary Waltzing. Ijria

drove Hall has been the lent of his orange crop. An Incident of War. "You let him hug you In the con- p /c
-- for
renovated and put In ihnpe W. L. Gable shipped 40 boxes otthe In the uiMflt of a battle General Fuller ervatory." 1 a. I,'I,

Crescent Transfer Co. omlngof Its fail and winter guests' finest grapefruit/ last week. was trying to check tho flight of "I did not. t made him remove his 4' j//jl .

City who are even now 11rl'l 11Iir., The rom his home grove.A panic stricken men. One poor follow arm every time the music In tho Unll- I

Moots all trains at Oiemxot City Junction. coming season proinlms hi. b'i plnns- number of Couioltes spent a very came stumbling along not heeding a room stopped."- Louisville Courier-

at Mill popul.it house 1.1 the pleasant evening recently with Mr. word that was said to him. Indignant ournnl. ? '

Night trains by appointment. ant one all point, lo a Urjrs numer anti Mrs. J>. K.: Dusenbl Fry at "All and Impatient, Fuller, as he came near

8. M. LABEEE. Manager. ndlcnllons rateR st Grove View" cottage. There were reoltu- his man, leaned from bis horse and, A Comparison.Mrs. .
of visitors. The tI"n., and mualo by the graphnphone. touching him with hIs sword said Johnston (over the tub)-DonnAh '

-- n__ fall are moderate find Hie ntlrnoloim cake and fruit punch were served. harply. "Go back sir!" The man mek yo' a good llvln', Henry Clay For Spavin [

Timber Lund Act of.lmiim. 3. 1878 of the houlh.- !1,1011 nandT After a delightful time, a moonlight looked up with an expression of anguish ohnston? Mr. Johnston-Tol'ble. chile W '

-..Aotlee for 1'ubliciiUun. J jicelit country of II tmlnr.. to hold ride was Indulged In. and despair on his face that said -tol'ble. But.yo' sb'a have seen de Curb

who would apprtclule restful Mr. and Mrs. Claude Monjar/ Percy as plainly as words, "I am looking for way mall motbah snppohteil mail fnliabl or SplintSloa.i''S
UnIt.d Mtntm I.aml hose
1 Offlco
OuhIfltnvIIIe. FIi.. NOpIMUIhhh, *,h, 1WI7.: I f urrouudlngs.McCormlek.. Monjnr, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bulll-for a place to die. lie opened his blouse Puck.
Nollc, ,'. .. van attended the birthday party wound In binireast.
'"""by glr n thnt In cotnplinnoeol .- New anti showed bIg. gaping
11" "' th* "' CUUCr... \ Jubbs&Co"ll. Mr Charles Plplar of Pomona. A It ba battle lost can
ulT2vl'11; dropped to the Nothing except a
ol lu r : "A\ : Then he
:: .,, ,
hlIhIIO l for the [ niwrchnuts enjoyable. fVenlng was spent
commission most 1/nvinxeivT
gfllmlNII l end' .lo the Stiue. of llnururiiln. York fruit music and ground. The general Instantly dismounted be half so melancholy as a battle won. : :
"j i:!. Nuviuia.: and Wurthlniltnil TorrlS business card In thU paper rnmts were pla.ved-aul almost as be raised the Wellington.
houRs.Delicious but
have n the ,
:, I.nni whiled away
{ ,.?; ? l to all the Puhllo consign- is unsurpassed
Itavti.J."i."r l Augti.t. 4. 1HIW.villlii., 1C through which they solicit refreshments of ice-cream man's head to bin arm the poor fellow

V .Iri ,' !loll.""Knn."".Oouiity l"y nlml ut'.. Kluy thiN\ ,OIllCN NUita l"laoMhBw"1"1" of, ii lent, of our fruit grower This and cake were .erved. Mr. Plplar I.a It breathed his lastTHERB When e ALWAYS WAS he always SICK was sick It penetrate and relieves pall\very
In / says
"". No *". for the V1"111"' Mwa}. dealt honorablywltli very popular young man Pomona quickly needs little rubbing anidoes (
l Jv ; ,i wi of ',' of Hm-tlon firm tills Ilo".I1.t and the surrounding: villages. in !I'() HKAHOH troubled with a cough that lasted all very
SOil No.I 'In Town'h1p No.H/H. Ita..J..1'IO.ttK, our people. In fact It why your baby should be thin and fr t- Inter-what would you think If hoioul'l nol leave a scar or blemih.An .
SO,llit WIll oll'r foul to ShOW time the lau. <{ do business any other A number of Coniotte. were vlslor. rul during the nIght Worms are the any-he never wna sick! since use.
I. how<> for thrush
.1 on..ti..n mon.for nlf'hml&.al yalunlha for n. thither. ,nI or too know this reanoii and their at Welakiv recently .nuseot thin Iluk I., liabltw. It I"natural mix. Bollard's llorohouncl Syrup 8uch antiseptic

'ilhlilhlht:: hi.ololm to.eld land"u'poo"before. murk way. And for with our Jhas.'Williams of Welaka was a that healthy baby should be fit na,1 a man exists. Mr. ". I. Clark, Dcnvnr fistula and any abscess.
thr I "I& t'ort, A' Pili........ .. .IOrT.on extensive acquaintance sleep well. If your baby docs Dot rebel'l i Colorado writes r "For years I was.
II<'n\'in.,\ o""With.Wltflii.i ilMy of WA."::;."U0i.ko.left 011'10 rowers the Itrm will gut a iilrge visitor In town recently. Its (oocldon') xpUmeut$ wlili colic troubled w th asnvare rojiKh that would PRICE 25" 50 & 4J.OO

0\ 01Iii1iri wu',r""., H. /11. Tlmn..r U.ell.lln.Uo' proportion of Crescent City fruit, For a mild easy action of the bow- cures and other m"dlom*. but try a bottle ast all wlntsr. This cough left me In a Slocn' .Treatlse on Horses CaKI..Hoa< and Poultry
HuIiiiy of ( 'I''IIO, Fllo.. JQ. It.of Vermifugeaad miserable condition. I tried Bollard'sltorehoend
;;'..! iliirlwm. '' about DO sore, of grove .la. a single dose of Doau'a ReguleU of Whites Cream Snr Free)
rio.Cli I firm own
The baby hive color and have not had a
onr Syrup
habitual will see
Ih 01. f:,' ......1'10011.>4"1 h.nd.ol.lmln"u. ,,,,,nd..el u..ted to tthU place, and will have 1\ crop I.onstlpation.enough. Treatment 2S cents cure a box Ask you and laugh anon M It should. For sale by sick day since. That's what It did for' Atld..s& Or Earl Sloart, 8o>'ten. Mn' ,l) & A.

aIlU"tbotr0511145 deof lifOveinbef lit this untie bU,,on 0' .before this year estimated at from U.IWO to. bug druggli for them. .rmait-8tewart Drug Co. .." Bold by Ackermal8tawa.rDIUIOo,

II JUt R Y II. IJH ti liP, fleI.t.f,'Il-Ve 6,000 box. J

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The Palatka News Coming 1o Palatka. 'TWAS A FAIRY TALE THE SUN--DAY.THIRST :These Cool.Mornings

The following Associated Press Can No Longer be Slaked in 1C L
dispatch was published In tbe Times And Hon. S. J. Hilburn NailedIt
'. Union last Tuesday: St. Augustine.

$ City Rappcnlnfls s and<< !$ "Plttsburg, Oct 28.-Rev. Dr. K Good and Proper. Mayor-Eugene; Masters of St. Augustine .
P. Cowan '
secretary of the Freed- In the Ocala Even!; Star of Got has Issued an order to the
man's board of the Presbyterian llth the following statement was of that to Reminds us that Winter is I
saloon city keep
Personal mention. keepers ]
$ $ church of Amdiloa. now in session published under the heading "Don't their bars. closed on Sundays here approaching. Get ready for II I
."" tiNvti11 KN K1ti.U. here and nllv. Henry D. Lindsay Let us Do Likewise:" 1 after. Mayor Masters also made it. I have a large stock of F I
president of the Plttsburg college "I have learned from reliable
B. Balr has returned from South authority -i tills Incident an oppoitnnlty, to explain -
,+ Carolina for women, will go south next Monday that the slump In real estate his action to Hon. F. H. "Wll Blankets and Comforts
In the interest of HOhoola amcolleges values and rents that were feared by of Palatka which he
W. A. Kirkland of Frultlnnd was for negroes supported by the the business people of Palatka who son does, in mayor the following letter, which I would like to show $3.00 $3.50 $4.00

I In the city ngnln thin week. Presbyterian church. Special attention were opposed to prohibition is alreAdy before you buy elsewhere.
Is to be devoted to Harbison college being felt in, that city, and Mayor of Palatka: you You want quality. i
i H. A. Davis and his mother, Urn at Abbeville S. CM which wu with a vengeance."A Dear Birt t On assuring ollloo .a Also A. very complete stock of r
tM U. M. Davis, are visiting iu Tumpii. endowed by the late H. P. Harblsoi business man, with a block of few months ago I found prevailing You want variety and new- :
C. H, Cash, the Ice manufacturer of Allegheny. The Institution has property which he would not have In St. Augustine tho custom of open Heavy Underwear, i is \
of Crescent City was In the city; encountered many difficulties clue to taken $15,000 for before the election, saloons' on the Sabbath, this onaton the well-known ness.You
Wednesday. race prejudice. The white population lieNs that It la now on the tnarktt, prevailing tern for yearn. I was including1 want them at a fair price :
of the community protested and he will take $10,01X1 for It. The waited upon by the Ministerial As- RUBENS INFANTS SHIRTS
Albert UrownliiK'a! barber shop I III against its establishment and finally vacated saloons. are placarded for soclatlon of St. Augustine, and requested both cotton and wool. It is Instinctive in women to
being tastily decorated and put In drove Its president away. The mission rent with no applicants. Trade Is to stop the Male of liquor, on want ell these. And all these
trim for tho tourist seusim. of Doctors Lindsay and Cowaila dull and not near so many peoplecoming the /Sabbath: day I replied ,trtha My elegant line ofLadles' she gets when she buys "Queen

R O. Burton former popular purer to make a special plea to the people to town and in a number of time that It was not my desire to and Misses' Coatswill Quality" shoes.
of the steamer Crescent, spent not only to cease their objectionto oases clerks have been laid off, although nicks radical change In the prevailIng -
Wednesday In fiilrttka. 0 the college but to lend their aid to the busy season is coming on. custom of our city on Ing to ItllcOlOmopolltnu compare with any in the Every day we hear, "Yournew
tho advancement of the school on It Is reared the conditions later on population. I dll. however "
The Saratoga Hotel has been the lines proposed. They will also will be very much worse Let us not request that all saloons close city na\ to price and quality. IN ALL styles are stunning. AndSTYLES
thoroughly renovated In preparation visit. Palatka. Flu.. .and other towns, make the same mistake In Marlon "and IrT I met, all businesses of every You do not object to saving so you'll say when you see them.
for always heavy winter business where schools for negroes are main county" nature to be suspended daring the monoy do you? Com to my

Major W. I*. Olensner of Macon, tained." A cony"of the statement wan sent. hours of church services inoinlng store and I can make
The colored Presbyterian church to Hon. B. J. Hllburn of this and evening. Thin worked to thin WILT
Immigration agent for the Q. H. & prices on goods thnt HERBERT CROOK Sole Agent.
F. Hallway. has been In the city this 111 this city Is atllllated with the with the request that he Investigate. satisfaction of everyonn and we hada ,
week. northern blanch of the Presbyterian the IIh.tement.Ir.! Hllburn did Investigate most penapful and law abiding SAVE YOU MONEY.
church Its pastor In Kev. \V. F. and his reply was published community on the Sabbath 1:0 nil-
Mrs. Meyers Albro arrived la the Kennedy who Is doing n good work In the Ooaln Banner. list week. It day the (tilt of October, there WAil Miss Hattie N. Buky.
city Wednesday from Belfast Oa., an excursion operated" from Palatka _.
among the colored people. Throughthe N I a thorough review of conditions In -"
and will remain for a month visiting aid of the general church\ he has Palatka since Putnam county went to St. AniriiHtlnu and the privilege
relatives. purchased a lot and will soon build 'dry, and will afford little comfort to and customs us to sale of liquor

The pool ,and( billiard room hereto- .i new school house to be manllg..dIn the "wet" element in Marlon county, were very much I abused by certain
connection with his church work. who saloon keepers and most of the excursionists. -
the has sought through misrepresenting
fore located next to postoflloe
been moved to Keatlng's: ; old barroom / the conditions here, to influence Sunday, October 13th. I'j' Big Stock of A
there was no exclusion operated, @L
stand. Bazaar arid Supper.The the coming election In Marlon coun- f
ty In the Interests of the open snlocn. jet, we were visited almost whollyby New
Ali R. I. Boardman, tax-assessor of ladles of Patton Anderson Thatpait of Mr. Hilburn'a reply this same element that.* came Hosiery
Crescent City, was at the courthouse Chapter Uulted Daughters of the bearing on the decrease in value of over from Palatka on the excursion l
Just received
on Wednesday making up his 1 Confederacy, will hold their annual Palatka's bumluesa property is as. fol- of the previous Sunday I then felt, t} k1MPERLtt.
books for the ensulnir _year. !bazaar and supper lu the store roomformerly lows: owing to their disgraceful conduct j a
here and on the train, that our Bun- 1
inoa. 1\1.
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Steeu retained occupied oy Ray "During our wet and dry campaign
next Thursday, the 7th Inst. 'Ihe here It was stated by those favoring I day customs In Ht. Augustine would
from New York Saturday evening Laces andEmbroideries
the In fancy work table will be suppliedwith the; wet side of the question. that have to be abolished, and I a strict,
Mrs. Steen has summer
California New spent York.If aprons and fancy work of all brick( blocks would !go tor 60 per cent closing be adhered to not only for I)
I kinds, and "Frost Failes" will serve of their value at that. time. A wealthy the peace and dignity of our City, \
There will be called' meeting of Ice cream' at their booth. The menu ; turpentine man, who ,hud over but for Pulatka as well, us I under-
111 Patton Anderson chapter, U. i L). C., at for the slipper will include turkey S20OXH( > available said that ha would stood that the conduct these excursionists l and
the home of !Mrs. M. 1. Coxe next haul, chluken-aalad, tomato jelly, take: every one of them, and carne upon; punching' /: Pnlntku I Wear. 1\
Monday afternoon at 8 o'clock. slaw, baked beans bread and butter, hero after the county went dry and was most disgraceful.In ; Infants I !
pickles, eollee. ice cream and cake. stated that If there was any real estate conclusion \ to assure you 11 i '
Mrs. Devereux and Miss Pansy of
that the municipal authorities of St. h Our display
t Devereux returned Friday Inn The ladies of the chapter wish to In this city to be sold at a re-
1 from Kansas City, where they have liberal patronage they greatly which appreciate the people the duction desired he would take it, and he bo Augustine done any will violation never do of or laws cause that to Millinery for the / :\ < !SMYRNA! RUGS. -Host on Eitrtli. Also CRRand,
really to purchase property
been spending the summer. have given them In the past. and and I was looking out for him and will bring about bad. repute1 to our 11 All Other Rugs. See them.

Col. II. M. de Montniollln\ 'as a hat; they hope their friends will wits unable to get a piece of real. estate city or to any of our slater cities.This (a Fall and Winter is 1'/
member of llov. Browards staff, attended help them to make this the most :/ 111 this city at a reduction. I '' olllce will use every power at > 1 CAPT. M.. R. RYAN. HousE: = FURNISHER' !.. ._
the encampment of the successful of all their suppers. have made this proposition which I Its command to prevent the future proving a great
Florida state troops at Pensaaoln, will back up: I will pay cash for sale of liquor on the Sabbath day. -- -
A Business Not Wanted. any piece of roal estate In this city Yours very truly, l attraction@
rX W. D.
Allen ex-county com-
e mUmionera Capt.. from Frnltland.. with his Home good and sincere friends of that has brick bulldlnora on it- the EUGENE MASTKUS, Mayor. this fall.
brother Fletcher Allen of descent ho; News have said that we were full amount that the present owner II
i City, w&l'eln Palatka' on Wednesday foolish In declining to accept whlokyIIdVel.tlslng. paid for it, provided he purchased It WILL INTEREST ALL. I
That may be true. The it any time during the last ten years. Miss Kate Lucas. 1- FramedROWXOIN'S
I, i County Clerk Joseph Price hue) proprietors of this paper sometimesdo I say this because I am willing to Gentry Brothers Trained Ani- I 01 "
been confined to his house much oC foolish things. But It will luted a put what money I have Into property mal's to Exhibit in Palatka. U1t r
; the time since the adjournment of beep of argument to convince rliem III this city, under this proposition, AT-
the circuit court by a severe cold, that refusal to accept whisky advertising and I have clients who will do likewise Gentry ]Iro". Famous Trained ani-
but Is now rapidly Improving.; comes under this category. mill show la to exhibit In Palatka on
The News has always been sincere "I am unable to learn of any case }Friday of next week. This announcement -
The open season for quail deer and In Its desire to have the sale of liquor where a clerk or employe bas been will please everybody
1 ;, other Riiine begins today and it U a prohibited lu this city and couuty. aid oil or has lost his position on account especially the children.
safe/ prediction that Judge Vertices That. desire has been fulfilled. It of the county having gone dry, The exhibition will be on the At- Buy Best Work Lowest Prices.If
and Capt H. Y. Snow are In the now wants to see the business protiib except saloon clerks and peraon tenm- antlo Const' Line grounds near the .
woods with their guns and clous. ted In the entire state. It has work- ployed In saloons. Of course they union depot. Iev'art'Sl

Capt. Win. Tvers Is dividing his ed successfully for the one, and will. would be laid oil from that business There will be a street parade ,
't time about equally between Palatka now go to work for the other. where It was absolutely discontinued, promptly at 10iC.: ) Iron -A
and St. Augustine these days. On Believing, as It does, that the en- but they are getting other positions, Among the acts and actors pl'om- !l /
South Bench near the latter place, he tire business of selling alcohol li- and the saloon nen, In some cases. iced for thla show are Marcel and { 1 t Fence
is erecting some cottages for rental. quors for beverage purposes la lulml that I have heard of are arranging jennet, AerlllllMt actors; the Levine It's Quality You're After
ti cal to the best interests of the community ,, for new fields of employment In this fatnily, acrobats; the Zereldas, trap-, Chtniterthan wood Will lost a llfetlma. ,
+ The Kuppeibusch restaurant Is and the state, it would, to city. ezlsts; the six juggling Nomans; the algeumassde, WwK'i I.ktl.Unit, Its4.meY" .
doing I a big' oyster business these say the least appear most Inconsistent "If any more false statements Are Siuinbu. Imperial Japanese-troupe of 'yrlllif ig4a Remember The Singer Sewing Machine.Not .
cool days. The Kupperbuxch brand on the part or this paper after made In your county to deceive and tumblers; comical clown canines; yryehtl HrARy
of fried and stewed oysters can not laboring successfully for the overthrow mislead your people in regard to Putnam the barrel, rolling dogs; the high 'tee CINCINNATI, O.Oitr only for quality but for up-to-dato construction the
be excelled anywhere on earth of kindly and I terrier the family of SIN ClUR has been In the lend for years-always Just a little better
the tralllo, to now engage county notify me, driving ; Snyder lit litlial ol Iron Trtct>bowa la our cots.
e Col. 8. J. Hllburn visited Green Indirectly, though lawfully. In a business shall be pleased to give you the facts royal Russian poodles; monkey Infra low prlc a will lurptiM TOM than the rent
Cove Springs yesterday where he that It wanted others prohibitedfrom us they exist here and to demonstrate bareback rider; the baboon barber; C.ll. ...ase. The SINGER possesses advantages which you may not know,
ua but we would be pleased to snow -bpoause we are In the Sewing
has been employed by the anti-saloon doing. the falsity of their representations. the monkey theater; the monkey yon
.. committee as attorney In the recent 'That's what advertising does. It Very truly yours, fire brigade In action; the drill of Machine business and we know It from top to bottom because we
t local option election contest which sells goods. Hit will sell legitimate H. J HILp URN. nations by 200 Shetland ponies; the make our living at It. The BINUER may be seen at the establishment -
1 of K. O. KAHLES: 417 Lemon Palatka. Flu. who will be
He: ,
articles of bell the orchestra
has been started by the saloon men merchandise It certainly pony ringers; elephant
could do Its part }in selling For The South. Only.A ; the wire-walking elephant; For sal, pleased. to dhow you and sell you according to your pocket-book-
.. by
has fitted his
Val Thomas .
ry \ up the educatedpig CASH or CUEJUT.L.
such articles as come under the ban the trained Zebras;
launch, tho Arrow, with new machinery of the law. Strauss of New York, a travel- ; four athletic sheep; Louisville .G.M.Davis &: Son
and will make regular and Since Putnam county went dry the limit salesman who has been selling the world's smallest horse;Waco, the 1V. JACKSON Salesman and Collector, Gainesville Fin.
special trips during the winter sea Palatka News has absolutely refused suspenders In Florida ever since only baby camel In captivity; Toy Palatka. riorlda.

son between Palatka' and San Mateo, liquor advertising, which bad they Senator Wllk. Call popularized 'em the smallest \pony, and Dan, the largest H __ .
and for excursion parties. been accepted would have amountedto by parading ono over Ills left shoul- dog In a leap-frog act. .
Parties their state and one full week In thla der, was in Palatka this week.. These acts and more will be .. -"'
paying page per paper many \': \ "
county taxes during this month will and.l floin, which the publishers !Mr. Strauss Is the original Hebrew seen at this, world famous show. : : ", }J '" 1,' i rr''T'. ,
b.. entitled to a discount:2 per cent, would have derived an Income' of prohibitionist, and he has only been Ready for ; "' ) ,, ow' ,,,.,.).."J.....I.,.."...'........,..>I? .,l

'Thoswho pay In December will geta il.170.00 per ye..r.The converted to the Idea a short time Of Interest la Ladies.The ; :7if
discount of 1 per cent. So suys News' needs the money, and lie" said : :_ In New Store. : J Work
Collector Willard. yet it does not apeak of thin loss as a I made a two week's trip through ladles of Palatkmaand all thin Everybody.. t1 t1V
sacrl ce. It Is not that. The sacil a stretch of dry counties. Businesswas section will have more than passim 3 A Fresh Stock of
Miss Isabelle Peyton Welch enter- Ice would have come from its accep- !good but there was something nterest at thla time of year In the : '
tained the society young people .ol laekingand. I never really could ex-' i Groceries and ; a ]
tance the sacrifice of principle, of announcements of the Karnest' Com-
Palaikalast night at a Hallow'een self-respect. And that Is in plain what it was until I got back to of this Is WANTED 1.
the case pony city Dry goods an ; Provisions
party. The guests went In disguise. of the Palatku. News, worth a trifle few York Then I saw that It was old yet ever new theme, but in the ; 1'1'i 1 ]

in This party social was event probably given the In I'al largestprivate .itka more All papers than $1,170 do not per look..unuulln at this cash.matter my thirst.upon No the man floth accustomed that gathers; toooktng manner 1 Earnest Company of its discussion there la also bv en-the ,J, should in a bright, clean attractive, store : A N IllA WANTED t f

some time. the stein prove
from on can ever really appreciate -
our That Is ertalnment.
viewpoint. ; WANTED
Miss Edith Kupperbusch. nun t> their business, not ours. And we the pleasure to be derived in Most peoplo can grow eloquent In :to Our prices will do the rest.!" :Jf f;

short visit at Urahamvllla with Miss have nothing in way of censure for quenching a thirst accumulated in u their minds over descriptions of the ,i,' May, drain Feed Stuffs. '
Hophie Howard, has returned to her them. And then, you know there two week's campaign for euspenders trtlstlo In dress, but It requires a J
home In Palatka. J\lIssliowarll went are papers whose motto. though nev- In dry territory until he has tired It. real artist to wax eloquent In the ,,}vo f Come and see us in theo : THE KENNERLY HARDWARE CO. i'
home with Miss Kupperbusch for a er expressed, have nevertheless been It'egreat. It's this and the improvement word picture as does Mr. Ell rneot New Store. k
short visit, and together they made put in these words by..a rhymster: i In the suspender business, that his week. : DEALERS t',
he trip from Urahamvllle to Palatka "Ho tlmt bo i makes me a prohibitionist-for the Mr Knrnest has done much for the p 'f
your purses lone ,
south mind you, only for the south. Alex. ; Hardware, Stoves. Plows, Cultivator, WitterCoolers
Grainger (
by the river route.-Ocala Banner And the ring of your coin bo true. rude of Palatka. By keeping the :1
There la nevus wrong ao wrong high grade goods which have heretofore Ice Cream Freezers, Agents for i L'
Mis. Barnett who will have
the chargeof That It shah not be rockonil a rltf lit Persons desiring comfortsand been regarded 113 impossible, he :lt Cor. Lemon and 8th Sts. : I'luiiet Implements, Oliver I .
dressmaking ntJoarnf'st's
department At your behest, and for>oil blankets and winter goods In has held much of the tradu that bus I Chilled PlowH. kins' Etc.
: arrived this week and can At Saws ,
i.Palatka i.
Tho green-boll be green or be blue general should call at Miss\ Buky's heretofore gone abroad, at home. Wr t. :vfrr.IVVVV41IV;
'. now Mrs. Burnett be consulted has had at the big, store. And the Ijlnukeulof binek.hall. new til to." store and see the elegant stocks on He will do more, and he ought to beencourmtged C Qt AO Mrfine9it Florida U "
large experience *
display. Prices at this store Head Iris ndvertlsnnent -
are remarkably --- --- --- -- -
in this line and her coming Is WIH pay FOUR CENTS, SPOT CASH, for nil the
"The Tourists." low and you'll be surprised In this weeks News and yon
hailed with Joy by. very many of the I at the completeness of the stocks. will agree with us.aroaaoann'aorcrrcrennvaa clean WELL-CUltUU VANILLA they eau Bet
ladles of Palatka.On
As predicted In these colnmna! the and will through
continue to buy and pay cash for it \
the night of tho "coming out" presentation of the musical comedy G. B. B.GQLEY the tire
1. en
convention the Ocala board of trade "The Tourists," at the Howell Theater annaa a aa aa rrrrrrcrccrcrrroar' 1 season txf:
will give a banquet at the Ocala last Friday was greeted with a tau o a0aaaaaccctrrcceccccclroaaaaaaaa aaaaa v aaaaaannnn Bring your Vanilla uiul get the CASII. 'l 3

House, to which the newspaper editors packed house. :Every seat was taken Fine Groceries.Merrvdnv Wo want nothing but First Quality Vanilla. ..<:t
high stateotllcialevlaltiingcan- Before the curtain went up for the
didates and many distinguished first net, Col. S. J. Hllburn appearedon PALATK.AIIL.J run Block. opposite lIii4
Floridian will be invited, and it U the stage and In a happy vein con- flu KupperbQBCIi' Itegtnurunr. THE
I lokecl forward to as forming a pleasant gratulated tbe people on the new theater -
ending to the day's festivities. and the pleasure and real com- : MIJ We limulle only fresh t
fort that would In future be derived g Friday Coast Line o !Roods, both In fancy urti- Kennerly Hardware Co. HPalatka.
Mr. and Mrs James C. Ray have from It. He thanked Mr. Howell, in Q / cl'rleMlnd farm produce, ,
moved into the Hats In the Kay the mime of th. for iL and solicit
people making n share of
building< the lower floor of which possible so much and also m M Nod P Show, Grounds g your pnf rnnngn. Florida. .. H

Mr. It IY will soon have equipped asa Manager! ,, J'lellsure.had !gone UIJ nIJ 1 You will like thenppnarBiica 1&n.I _
tlrnt class Ice cream and conC..c.1I0nllry whole souled Into toe work of provld- of our store mind _! lt ._,1dU
parlor. The Kay building i i. nac such a meritorious entertainment Gentry Bros. Famous stock and our low prices Ljj -
one of the most expensively constructed is that of "The Tourists,. He pre- will npppul strongly I II

blocks in the city, and the dicted that Pulatkans would not fall IiIIJ QIJ "L.J I to you. Suppose you; V.VMtdBY8t'ZLtf'dLVStrLrlp' SIB.' m.mmmmsmm: mimzK
Hats are arranged in an ideal manner M\J
o show their appreciation of such come and .
an Shows 00 see UK.Q.
for residence purposes enterprise Mr. Hllburn received >j
an tan I :
The First Baptist church In thin encore, but failed to respond.The '..*. UL.J II B. MO LEY., ;
Gr7 *
city will hold a reunion servlco for comedy' was all that hail been Twice Dally-:2 and 8 p. m. '* Lie Palutku, FIm : 1J sand i.l
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all the Baptists of Palatka and vicinity predicted. Eddie Uarvle led the jolly UL.J '
on Sunday, Nov. lath a service ; bunch and Himself kept the big Lin Only Big Show ComingThis Year.' tee = 'Is'
to which everyone is cordially' audience amused by his quaint urH 0

Invited. The pastor Rev. J. C and original humor. There wasn't a n;:! The Children's Fairyland and World of nu t=: ,.... 1 r1fi!
Callum, will preach at the morning dull moment to the entire performance. ; } 1JC'
service of that day on the topic Wonders. "::j Oranges and Grapefruit = .\ ; 4 -: Co I eLe'
'The' church compared to a vine" Quite .a party came over from < ..._- mp
and at the. evening service on "The Gainesville and many prominent n a America's: ; O rentes Trah.ilnIlJ. ; Exhibition.ioo e. Wanted/ I I ...... ,t.,: .-.
Return' of the Prodigal Hon." citizens from Pomona Crescent City M nuun .. -- "- -_.'

Luther Drakeford the well known and other points attended. tae Marvelous Animal Acts too No' Letter nmrki In the country. M small
unun Willa .... you can take a whole to bill. Only a
Lemon street barber has leased' the p. 4
store room two doors west of his pre.. The Arlington O"'els" serving. oysters :Lie: :: 500 Marvelous Animal Actors 500 : J. 1' wt4.siN Vommlmilnn' S..rrh..e. payment required at the time of purchase and the balance w
of these days at all hours, and Is unw liD Uoek. lit.. 1..1... small weekly convenienceMy .
font place business and formerly enjoying a steadily Increasing business tau:'l' :2 Herds Performing Elephants 200 Educated Shetland Ya or monthly payments to suit your
occupied by J. F. Brewer. The new -- -- =
room, which will afford him greater as a restaurant. :Lie:: Ponies. 3O Comical Monkey Comedian asun: \ great success is due largely to the fact that I guarantee

space Is being fitted up with modern Chas. F. Burgman of Seabreeze, [0'i: ::j 100 Marvelous Trained Canines Good, Workmanship
furniture and when. completed will Oreat Chief of Records will visit nrrlj TCi Only Performing Sheep in the World and Trained tan Everything as Represented or 'Money Refunded f ,

bi one of the swellest barber shops Okcehumkos. tribe. Improved Orderof [ti:;;.j Hogs Cats Etc.: tart = st.
In the state. This shop always pop > Ked !Men in this city next Monday, Oil Prompt Service. ri. nan Lemon
ular. Is gaining fume with city and NoY.4th. All members of the order Or::I SPECIAL ADDED FEATURES tae:i 2. Yelverton Jr. Palatka, Fla.op .
country gentlemen who (have.A are requested to be present. dirtmarl That1. what you get when ,

private hospital and sanitarium Rev. J. F. Bell pastor of St. James I II-Great Arenlc Act*-11 33 have your Ouit and Locksmith yon CJShSk' 'J9 t':Pia(1lPrSpaV( 7NS7MwmlgBur1ZLJU61F7.3 W

,_ has been opened at Daytona. and Is Methodist Episcopal church, will a Marvelous Juggling Normans, work Machin"and Hioyela and Sewing - - .
.- under the management of Drs. U. A, preach a special sermon to the children tipterrmj- ] EAUL8'J!.repairing' done at E. O. I s_ .. _
1 Klock and K. Howe. This hospital next IInndayafternoon at 8:80.: ::: 6 Th. Marvelous Juggling NORMANS 6 tae::' I .

linn every facility for the proper 'arenta and friends are invited. [ :: The World's Greatest Club Juggler! uu We always please our patrons -== Putnam: Pharmacy: =-
treatment and care of medical! and This service la In addition to the Oil we can please
surgical oases with all modern appliances anal morning and evening ler lceli. gj:: --- -- ---- & see DIOt you. Coma and PA .ATKA. fLORIOA. '

and competent trained One Ticket admits to Everything u Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
nurses. The Institution should provea Stops Itching Instantly. Cures piles : Q4li
success and there la no doubt of iczeuia, salt rheum tetter, itch, ti;::: Don't forget FRIDAY !ISOV. OIH. t E. O. EARLS Patents.
Its great need. ThU sanitarium. has hl.es. herpes, scabies-Doan's Ointment I I1I't't'O'r .R.SORI"TIONS OAAREPULLY OOMPOUNDLD.rassaoaaorLVsass. .
a oard In this paper. At any drug store LeeetaeeeerrrrrrrreeeeeeerercercearstfluzaarawwDDnmotracta 41TL y. 1I.110i7 a_.b"" r.1'at.
g a a e GC CCCCCCGaGa ,a77.7aa6egee OGe6GGeeQCIpe ale mon8t. Palatka I F'la. ,
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