The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 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: UF00075922:00101
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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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: 1 THE. !-.-.'. . P ALA TKA NEWS -. 1 f

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nnv SERIES: VOL. XV, NO. 4.\1.\ -
PALATKA 'IUDA'\\\ Per Year.
FLORIDA, } DECEMBER 6, 1907. $1.

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COMFORTING WORDS. PAVING BID ACCEPTED. In Memoriam.The The Womans Fortnigtly Club.

-- following resolutions were The fourth meeting of the Wo-
,.0. Lemon and Water Streets will 1 adopted by Patlon Anderson Chapter mans Fortnightly club met at the
Many u .'lorJcIIlIouliellold Will U. I). G',, of this city on the attractive home of Mrs. Joseph H. v
Now Be Paved With Vitrified
riucl Them So. death of Mrs. (Sheldon Stringer oBrooksvllle laughtorr on Friday the 2Uth: alt
Brick.At president of the Florida' The subject for the afternoon h
RESo J..VE.D I 3' To have the pains and aches of a..bad division : Mexico. being i
: buck removed; to be entirely free from l last Lemon street I'alatkllo's
Whereas Gad In his Infinite wls Mrs. Willard the chairman being
you NEVER. SEE: ANYONE\ nnnojlug dangerous urinary disorders principal, bminesu thoroughfare U '
/\r\ dom has seen fit to remove from u. absent Mrs. Hilburn presided In her
la to make. be and with vitrified bi'Ick.
enough any ktdnoy aufTerorKratoful. to paved-
our beloved sister. Mrs. Sheldon B.Slringerpreeldentof usual ease and She
THE ToP WHO ISN'TWfLL( : To tell how this groat. change And no also la Water Street for i n Florida divis- read Mrs. WHlard's composure.very Interestingpaper ;

tr D)RE S S E D. 6u MUST HAVE ,+. cau forllng be brought words to about hundreds will. prove of Florida corn. considerable Lemon. distance either Hide of ion Therefore U, D. C. be It resolved by Pat on the the.ancient History as of well Mexico all, ploturlng the-

readers This Important matter wan settled ton Alld..rsollChapter, U. D. C. that Mexico of today touching re
r GOOD APPAREL REACH A. Oerllng seaman,, of 41V L Ht.: Pon. at M gpooial meeting of the board of upon
while in of
we mourn her loss we bow quirement its) government modem
saoola, Flu? tells how to do It. lie bond trustees on '}'ueadnyItHrnoon./ .
humble submission to Him who< Improvements mining and
1JiEiop OR SrAYThERE agricultural -
: the I3il lust the which It lbe..n
: "From day
says: my experience withDo..n's on < hold the destiny. of Individuals and pursuits. growth of corn-
ARE\ YOU ON THE WAY Kidney Fills I can strongly recommend advertised bids for paving worlds In his hand. That In her no roe etc. Her remark. on Diaz,
would be received and
theta to anyone In tiood of a opeiwd. '
death the U. D. C's. of Florida have Mexico's great benefactor and president '
good medicine for the kidneys Kidney There were preBent at the meeting I
UP? sustained loss able true .
great an were intensely Interesting. He
the of the Dr. E. UCrlll ,
complaint and baokao e caused me suffering on part city and efficient president whose he..rtwnll Is much beloved by his
BUSTER BROWN. at Intervals' years The first president of the bmiid, Mr. Within
set on the accomplishment of the served them 25 years. the
or second attack I d'd not mind, but as Oeo. K. Oay, secretary and Mr. ii, noble purposes. of our organization; 25 years prior to his eIectIoaMexloo v
C. C and in addition lion. 8.
time went by they I grew worse and at nova, that the old Confederate soldiers whoso had had 52 presidents.
times laid me up. I could hardly walk .1. Hllburn city attorney ana J. E.
bravely fought for their country Mrs. Gardner read n. splendid
: and ItwiiH. a difficult matter to straighten Craig, city engineer.A and upon whom the cares and burdens written by Mrs. Raymond Price paper ;
after etooplng.while the kidney 89flretlons : number of sealed bid ere re. .
of life have. pressed so heavily ou Customs and Religion starting.
calved with of brIck for the
were Irregular and unnatural.Doan's samples III old age have lost a true and pracIcal from the time of the inhabitants of
Kidney Fills cured me. From proposed paving:, and before receiving
friend whose heart was touched the Indians and embracing the
., r yt f ,. personal experience I know that this or opening!\ !! bids, the board by everything that affected their topics of domestic life, festivities,
.. r rAo remedy oars be depended upon to fulfill/ allowed representatives of the firms nterest marriage l'l bt...,amusements. mode
f bidding to and ninkn such
the representations made for It appear That the south has lost ono of her of bnrial etc. The well drawn:>cenn
For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents statements us they desired. Representatives truest, and most loyal sisters whose of the most .awful 1 and tragical death
Fost r-Mllburo Co.. Buffalo, New York, of all the other concerns
Ifevtts being devoted to her Interns of Tevcatlltnca. held close attention.
note ait'intu for the United mates bidding\ raised object Ions to t the bid
U In in hire Ueo. E.
of tile Co. of many ways' especially preserving Oay one of the delegates
t Remember the nnmeDoan'saoJtakf Georgia Knulneeilmr In history her chivalry andpatriotism to. the "Federation of Club
the that their
) no other. Augusta on ground .
s which met In Gainesville.
gave us n
bilcks not In accordancewith
ample were
That extend to the bereaved most
we entertaining account of tha
: Notice of City Taxes. a smaller the specifications depth than, they called being for.of family of our drceased. sister. our pro. onventlon, speaking of the different -

r : These also Informed found sympathy and commend themto ddresses, addition of clubs, reports)
''i. City taxes for 11)07) are now payableat representatives
""D and heal the broken heart. strv. etc.
I IgRlltafr.bYll'g GRIIA4ar not paid by January 1, will bwsubjucr they would Insist on th..lrbldK That these resolutions. be spread We j
vtftalaawncc .AL'1f1LT4p.n. were pl"aNed'with the
; : to penalty of one per cent being returned to them without atate"I"I
month October 19th oiifiilnar. upon the minutes of this chapter lent that. Palatka is one of I t
per beginning
WHYJJDOE.5jjTHEjFR.Vir) MAN PACK THE ;:'CHOICE Tux payers may act accordingly.OJIICH Owing to this objection the board published In our local papers and a towns raising $500' toward the ; :.
copy thereof be sent to the family of rvatlon of The I
forestry. reception
hours B to 13:. a. in :2:110 to went Into executive session and
APPLET AT THE TOP or THE BARREL? BECAUSE 4:00: p. m. A. 'I'. TUIAV passed l H resolution to the ellHCt than he. deceased. MRS. jI.:1.: IlILBURN. tendered the.and delegates was a most 9
delightful allalr.
City: Tax Collector., "this board will consider nil bid spectacular
THE APPLES AT THE TOP ARE THE submitted but In considering, thl'dept.h MRS. A. B W ILLARD. Miss Lielb's vocal aeleotione'DerSchwur" \
(The Vow) and Nina were "
of the brick would be considered
: FIRST ONE.S PEOPLE .SEE. Good much enjoyed, also Mlss.Cannva's.
APPEARANCE: CoUNTJ.IF Workmanship, In awarding. contract, and due A Peculiar and Fatal Accident.A inspiring Instrumental solo-"Au-
credit will be given brick having a
APPEARANCE HELP.S THE FRUIT MAN WHY greater depth than other brick sub dispatch. to the Times-Union iumn.."
; Prompt Service- mitted." from Bronson Levy county, says : After the close of the regular child .1
WILL NOT APPEARANCE HELP YOU? WE CAN : This resolution proved satisfactory It was. a most peculiar accident crania general discussion on J'
ThnVri what you get when you to all pal'ties, and the following bids hat caused the death of Alfonso labor arose. These discussions on
'r' HELP YOUR APPEARANCE AND WITH THE.SE have your dim and Locksmith were received .and opened: Moses, a young white man. six miles umerous topics that usually arise .
work wild Bicycle and Hewing: Graves Shale Paving. \ Brick Co. of south of Kllzey station Monday end much toward the pleasure and

THINC-Si, A MAGNIFICENTLY Y TAILORED -SUIT Machine. repairing done Ht K. O. IHrmlngham, Ala.-For grading/\' and Ight. Moses In company with sociability of the club. Many will
:, KARI.H':! paving with vitrified brick 1.54 per Frank A. Reeves, passed through be glad to know that since tine .n- I

MADE IN THE BEST .STYLE, AND OF THE square yard; granite. curb, plain, 4Oo ironson. last (Saturday en route to oroement of the child labor law 500
We always please our patrons foot: concrete steel protected Cedar Keys In search of1\employ- hlldrnn have been sent to school.

LATENT PATTERN. THESE SUITS ARE FULLY we can please' you. Come and curb and gutter plain olio per ment. Failing to find work at Cedar The Consumers League l Is another
see me. lineal foot; circular OUo per lineal Keys, they decided to return to Pal- topIc: of deep and worthy Interest j

EQUAL TO THE BEST TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS foot. This bid was accompaniedwith atka, and. being without funds they Owing to the Inclemency of the
E. O. EARLS a certified check for f5uuo. were compelled to walk to their intended weather but 11 were present. Miss .. 1

IN .STYLE, FIT AND FINISH. THEY Jamen B. Chambers Youngstown, destination and it was when Green was a most welcome visitor to ?.
Ohlo'orKradlnf! paving with they met Seaboard train No. 6G( that the club.

ARE or THE CELEBRATED KIR.5CHBAUM AND '; 417 Lemon St. Palatka, Fin. vitrified brick II.49 per square ;yard ; the young; man lost his life. It was The muslo committee has not yet
granite curb plain 47o per lineal( after 8 o clock when they saw the decided when or where the musicale 1

.5CHL0.5.5 BROJ. MAKE. foot; concrete steel protected curb train coming, and as there won wateron will be held. It being indefinitely
GS ti b lL Ctr and gutter 6U,,",o per I lineal foot; con both sides of the railroad they lostpoiied. d
stood only a few feet from the track PRESS REPORTER.D. E. 1
crete circular curb and gutter 02o:!
THEN THERE ARE HAT.S, BOTH .STIFF AND IJfl G. B. MOBLEY per lineal foot; for any excavations ear enough for a stick of cord wood
from the tender which fell while the Townsend-Lawson. 1
.SOFT OF THE BEST .STYLE AND-- exceeding engineers estimate, 00j'
per square yard. A certified check tram was passing to strike him on At 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon

SHOES or HANNAN & SoN RALSTON AND Ill Fine Groceries for M.UUO was attached. the I head fearfully crushing the Nov. 00, the beautiful though simple 'J
; ; Southern: Paving and Construction skull and causing his death after narrlnge of Thomas J. Townsend 1 i
C. '. Merryclay Block oppositeKupperbusch' Jo- For grading and paving with uffering agony for four hours. Reeves and Miss Christine Lawson wan
11 : Restaurant ( vitrified brick '1.118 per square yard; was also struck by the wood, but solemnized at the home of Mrs. L.
granite curb plain 41o per lineal foot; only slightly Injured. He walked to A. Herndone No 41 West Duval,
:, c We bundle only fresh concrete curb and gutter steel protected UUoy for assistance, but owing to treat, Jacksonxllle, FI.... Rev. Dr.
goods. both til fancy groceries 7c:! lineal foot. Certified the late hour he could not get any Hobllon. of the First
per pastor Baptist
farm produce,
: check for ''',000 attached. help so returned to his friend doingall Church otliclatlng. Only a few ofthe
and solicit a snare of that he could and remaining '
UeorglaJCnKlneeringCo relatives and closest friends 0'the
vour patronage. and paving with vitrified brick with the body until the nortbbound contracting parties were present
You will like the appearance ,1.61 per square yard; granite curb passenger train came at sunrise yeserday The bride was strikingly beautiful
WORTH CONSIDERING AFTER: YOUR FRIENDS I of our store nnd momiiig. The body was plao-
4Uo foot
i plain> per lineal ; (concrete her goine-away gown a tailored coat
stock and our low pi'Ices steel ed aboard the train and brought to
protected curb and gutter, 80 suit of chiffon broadcloth. In the lat-
HAVE SEEN YOU. will appeal. stronglyto ( cents per lIueal foot;) concrete cir- ironson.. Sherlll Walker at once pst shade of brown with hat and

RESPECTFULLY : you. Suppose you cular curb and gutter, ".10 per lineal ordered a casket had a grave dug gloves to match. Mrs. Townsend isthe I
come and see us. '. foot. Certified check for $5,000 and saw that the young m..n. many youngest daughter of Judge Lawson '
G. B. MOBLEY attached. miles from home and among strangers of Forsyth, Oa. For two ;years
@ W. F.. Rowe Augusta, Ga.- For was given.Christian burial. she. has been stenographer in the
Palatku, Fin. mJ grading and paving with vitrified Moses was about 25 years of age. office of the State Board of Health of
brick .1.62:!>i per square yard ; for 110.[ with Reeves and another young Florida. During that time she has
S @ granite curb plain, Ulc cents per m..n. came from Boston to Jacksonville made many friends in Jacksonville,
FEARNSIDE CLOTHING lineal foot; concrete steel protectedcurb .a few months ago. From Jacksonville but most of Jill has she endeared her-
and gutter, 7Uo per lineal foot; Beeves and Moses. went to self to those with whom she has j
A Man's HouseIs concrete circular curb and gutter, ulatka, and falling to find employ. been associated. Her position may.
680 per lineal foot. No check .at- bent there, proceeded to Cedar Kej g be filled by another but her place IIIthe
tached. and being disappointed at there bang hearts of those she leaves will
His CastleIt The bid of the Graves Shale Pav- no opening for them In that city, always be an "empty chair." She Isan

log Brick Co. of Birmingham Ala., decided to again return to Palatka. accomplished young lady with
was on motion accepted and the drilled This was the first wood-burner engine charming manners and a most lovable -
should be fortified, protected check accompanying all rejected that has been on train No 55 in character. Obliging to the point

: COMPANY with good paint* Ten houses are bids returned.A several months.-Gainesville Hun. of self-sacrifice and as greatfully re-'

burnt up by slow decay from not nemberlng a kindness herself It Is I
being properly painted to every one Why Jimmy Didn't Sit Dawn. little wonder that she goes right to
that is destroyed by fins. And yet It Valuable Water.The The woman who bad shopped until the; hearts of those whose !good fortune -

costs but little to keep a house well deep rock mineral, water discovered the closing gong bad sounded stood at it is to know her. It Is these

painted if tho rirflit kind l of paintu at Welakit. something like a he transfer station and awaited the attributes taken to the home that

used. The best painter In the year ago will now be put on the mar- suburban trolley. 'give Inspiration for such poems as

Patatl: Florida. I world cannot do a good job with ket by an amply capitalized com- "What," she wearily asked herself from'he Hanging homes of filled the as Crane hers and will it be is,

poor paint, but five a good painter diictolon pany to Insure Its. successful intro- 'docs It profit a woman If she gain hat the beautifully unfolded manhood -

the elusive bargain and loses every and .
womanhood of the country .
The well was the Joint property of
.PATTON'SSI the town and Dr. A. I). Williams of trace of physical freshness? must emanate.
Presently the car came along. It Mr. Townsend Is the grandson of
.. Jacksonville but the town. has
: : : granted Its share to the new tad the usual crowd of humanity and Judge Dekle of Lake Butler and
S.. the of W. C.
e by franchise condition that thecompany the woman resignedly prepared to only son Townsend one
-- build and equip bottling stand, when a grimy youth arose and of the leading turpentine and lumber
-- dealers In the and well
works and a bath house, for 80 state
;years. tendered her his place. Protesting
yd aLTSrTILSBarfITfi 38 nTL? > FOR SALE PAINTSand The the new Welaka company Mineral will Water be knownas faintly, she sank Into It guiltily and III commercial, polished circles.entertaining He Is handsome .and-
company -
t: IndIII/ such has duly been registered a vow never to shop overtime withal has shrewd business capaclr. -

will cutely Job that letters again. He is his father's partner and
Peerless '0 you Ret a granted[ patent.' The capital
will look well and wear well. stock of the company Is $40,000, of In due time several seats' were vacate right-hand man. If we lived in tbe i i

Land They are economical paints because which $15,000 Is. paid In. The incor- and the woman looked hopefully days of astrology we would say that .
Improved and Unimproved they cov.r so much more orators are D. U. Fletcher, Chas. toward her knight. he was born under a lucky star-to

ProcessArtificial S nirhiee and went 10 much longer H. Mann It. Walter Bennett, and "Jimmy," a friend of Ills was saying, win such a wife. They left at D
than ordinary paints. They are Dr. A. D. Williams.An there's inside don't o'clock over East Coast Railroad for a
room now. Why
lu IJotU City and County. retailers whose trip to Nassau and Havana.-Con.
old by reputable analysis of the water made last you sit down?"
I business existence depends upon spring by Robert Weston
lt. Spurr ,
And the last drop of discomfort was
the continued r"tronage of nti- sanitary expert of Boston shows Farmers Institute.
tad Gut Color Cards the to be added to the woman's cup of humllla-
customer water a natural remedy for
Stone.Walls, Henry Strunz and uifornuuon ftom Indigestion, constipation, liver and lon when Jimmy responded: A farmer's Institute under the auspices -

,, kidney complaints, and baths In the "Aw what's the use! No sooner I'll of the agricultural experiment
Copings and Stepsfor wtater are not only peculiarly refreshing get me legs stretched when another station connected with the Unlversly '

Pal atka. Florida Bcker rrn n-8IeWml Dreg CO. but will cure in skin tioub- tired old hen. will get on and I'll have of Florida, Florahome was held last at the Monday.schoolhouse

Cemetery I"e. to York
hop upl"-New Times.
Addresses were made by Profs. Blair
Palatka Florida.mm"'nm'mmmn'm. The News believes this water will
eventually have. national. and and n question box was
Work and tion im a remedy a of nature reputa-in the Capping V...... a FiOrds program. The institute

", above mentioned troubles of tho human On going Into the rooms of one of his was profitable to the people and u.A

Water Tight Vaults === race. friends who was absent Dr. Mansel highly enjoyable. The attendance ,

A Gift of Lasting ValueIf g FIRE II! ;j Those who have used It Speak In aw on the table the opening lines of a was large many' coming from a dis-
a specialty. the highest! terms of Its ttlloicy. poem in the following lofty style: tance.
Tba people of Florahomn entertained
= Insure your property ii itlnnt are == Th. suns perpendicular heat
all visitors at a bountiful diner
For estimates would have Christmas remeiobrance Illumln the depths of the .a.
prices your s
or TUcker When to> Co Home.
you H. Finley == at the nearby home of Miss
r treasured choose them with an Taking .up a pen, he completed the Tildon.
apply to Insurance.Op.
=== From the Blufttou, In J., Banner:
One of the = stanza In the following witty way:
well as beauty. = .Court House Fnlutkit' Fie "When
out When
to utility as BO borne. you
eye == -- === The fisher beginning to sweat. In Rip Van Winkle.Mr. .
G. 0. PETRE d of lasting value is a Real Estate Bargain = want consolation go home. When you
or one =
most practical, ai ::: Cried "Hang It, how hot w* shall bl"Dr.
want fun boma.
No.4.-TtMi-ronni.a-ntoiy house, go When you wantto Chas. King and his stock company -
E corner lot WSxlia,uhtmp for; onHli. :: snow others that you have re Watson reglus professor of dllulty will at the Howell The- '

Palatka Fla. E Helhta No.fl.-; ':-i..i.Y.: .: enough,souse un out the of :: formed HO borne and lot your family get had at one time been tutor of'rlulty star next Thursday appear Friday and Hntrday -

IL7'O == town' to*auve city tuxm. Winter r acquainted with the fact When you and when he was made bishopof December 12,13:. and 14th In a.
aonnitctloiiH,, ynotl I r.'min Lotpivnpertytuutnsold __* want to show. yourself at your best go Llandaff an honest publican in eportolre of plays, among which
i == Hxxt.: 1'lilH 1 _- boors and do the act there. When
2p niilok, no will sell Ht u haiKiiiii you Cambridge, who kept an inn called the will be Rip Van Winkle Mr. King
== partitHnhnnU: I Imlnnce: in lm.la.l- == feel like being extra: liberal go home and Bishop Blalse, out of respect to Dr. appeared here last season at the Ar- ,

Shoes meat. -= practice on your wife and children Brat. Watson changed his sign and replaced lory, where he created a Try far
Free No.a.-acre/feneeni land 1HO When you want to shine with extra urineswill
j E ; vorable Impression. Popular
orange tree,tyleldealsmlbnxesla' ,{ ; B brilliancy home and light the time bond of Bishop Blalsa by that of
go up .
I prevail.How
== I-.to.y IIOUHO, overlooking 5
Watch year l Bishop Watson. This transfer drew
whole household. To which we would
To "" .tltlllol..w"t..r lake In town r3u
. every child born in Putnam t r ( Koukiv.only I f ItlOO. =3t add, when you have. bad cold ttn home from Maasol, who probably bad some Diphtheria U Contracted.One .
Bounty durhig the year 1007 that :: : No. H.Anroom.. two-story == and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy grudge against the late tutor the following -
I often hears the expression "My
brought" to my store before two !, timekeeper constructed and adjnsted =-= house la Ingomlreml4tencores nil with" wrens vine M, fruit' of =juiMHl and a quick cure certain For sale by epigram: child caught' a severe co'd' which, developed -

ninths old, I win give )its flrst -a perfect cnre-tioled to run within a second -_ T_ t'0"8...nilK( et.. hinti Hiiittll tiiui n rorerv..tors nut house'; ,0.ou =g Ackermau-Stewsrt Drug Co. Two of a trade nan n.'.r acr_ into diphtheria" when the
pair of with the utmost pr No proverb .r. was lusts. ruth that the cold had left
heiphtan { was simply
hoes ABSOLUTELY == P..I..lk" ; a a bnrgxnl. a ..
down ,
They'v. ta'an BlatM ,
RICE. & == No I ft.- U in?rot tco.>(l Iniitl 1.tltrnft Cmmf Ipatloncauses headacbenauseadlzslnesslsngucr \ And put up Bishop Blu.t.r.you the little ore particularly susceptible to ;,
day.A Walh does not necessarily mean a serve of iMmrltitf grove ul HAMILTON for Hale Cheap, or will =..3 -London Chronicle,
== dlnhFIIL" Drastic physlns Cough at> riven
.. grip, sikvr *
fnrOiiy pr.anory.No. luIdr..le
William M. Curry, High Price.SViITH == -BurKO-tiM In small lioua- ::-:-I; weaken ih. bowels and don't cure FOR SALE-Very cheap_ Piano. It:quickly cures the cold the
the.Je\velero r .. to rent to colored peoplu. :::IinUmmmUuummmmm Donn's Hi'uulrts\ act gently: .Mid cure I good us new. recently thoroughly danger of diphtheria or any other germ

The Man ... constipation! 35 .oeutd. Ask your onorated. Call on Mien IDA LBIB disease being contracted. For sale hy
With-Shoes : druggist.( 220 south 4th street Aokerman-Stewart Drug Co..a .

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NEws M\: ipeople are always wanting tcCompromise. Irl

S THE PALATKA I If the Issue be amoral STOMACH IS SEAT

Entered ati the :Palatka poutofllceas one, compromise may be Cgood S What State Editors are Saying W. A. erryday CO.(

mivllable" matter of the second \ thing, but where principles aroat

( 4' stake, it la better to stand for tbt LIFE :
olaaa.Pllillshed. HUMAN I
ftt Falatka, Fla.: on principle 11Its entirety Don' Smiles That Won't Corns Off Of Dealers Iii

S,, .. Friday by straddle when .a question arises. Gen. atlchrlstudmlts that he takes .

SSiS RUSSELL.CKERS. Don't be afraid of your popularity about five drinks. a year. Wo presume ,. i

S Choose the rlfrhlTand stick to It.-The that be means he'll average. Crate Material

WUSSELLEdItO1pROIURITION that "smiles" per annum, Man Is
W. A. Bospel Uerald DeLand. many by Young
.. -- "" Once we saw him take about; five New Theory .
---- ANDS years' allowance at n single sitting, of' all Kinds.I"fliii \

and we suspect he has overdrawn on Over Entire Country. ,
CONSTITUTION. Thomas Telfair Stockton business Spreading :
THE the future. until his next drink ,-
Hon. John B. Benrd baa given out manager of the Florida Times-Union wouldn't actually be due until about 11 ... I

,\ that the Local Option and one of the leaders in the commercial the year ten thousand and ten. Buthe's New Discovery medicine- andVegetable .I :
the opinion concerning the cause my
for all that, Cooper's theory
fellow L. T.
a jolly good: to required
of Jacksonville stomach up
and business life -
In the state constitution : he which be claims to tones the
clause and at this distance it looks like human stomach, six: weeks' time.
S. known as Article XIX-would not la dead. Re had been connect out a wider swath at Ocala than any prove with his new medicine ID being That strength is why In about I have had more people \ ) i iII.

Interfere with the legislature's pnsIng 3d almost continuously with the of his "esteemed contemporaries.1 given more respect and comment everyday come and thank me wherever I have S

.: statute, and publishing business III that city since Lakeland News. Introduce my medicine than I '
.a state prohibitory thnt 00 cent. of gone to
claims per ,
it-: that the same If enacted at a gpecln 1878. Mr. Stockton had been In poor Selfishness Will be Rebuked ? all Cooper ill health Is due to stomach trouble. have had time to talk numbers with. of people ) '... I II

wise conflict health for some time, but did DOt interviewed about his theory recently Among the Immense
would 11no When In Wraps.
: session, Duncan U..Fletcher, of Jacksonville who are now strong believers
r with the constitution. Mr. Beard live up work until Tuesday of last halO announced as a candidatefor he said: "Stomach trouble Is 'Cooper's theory and medicine is Mrs. "
when he stricken in frontf senate We tie great curse of the 20th century resident of II.
did not argue the ,CaHe1 but seemed week was the United States the civilized races are con M\ B. Dolano. a prominent
the statement of > his office door He never recover- know what we are talking about so far as chronic tho suburb of Brookline Boston Mass. f
with mere all of the
satisfied Practically
cleaner, cerned. I was
there Is I
when we say "For several years Florida.Portable
: what he regarded would be with sd consciousness. Mr. Stockton'sleath : abler man In Florida than D. U. 111 health of this generation is caused In broken She says In: health. caused primarily by : Palatka, .

r:' the powers of the legislature: has caused general sorrow Fletcher. Yet we must regret: as In by abnormal stomachic conditions. stomach and nerve troubles. I gradually -

f explanatory of the position throughout the state. Ha was a the case of our friend W. J. Bryan earlier days when the human race was become worse nntlr recently I was ,
I Mr. Beard, tho following brother of Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton, that he has entered the race Jacksonville closer to nature, and men doors and digging women compelled to go without solid food for S
r taken by has one senator now, as well worked all day out of I had sour stomach
letter to\ the 'Clmes-Unloll by 1lr.t candidate for governor. as the 1I'0vernOow/ It wants both tholr frugal existence from the soil days at a time.of the Serves! of stomachand -- '

John O. 'epper of Punta O<>rda Is senators and the governor: also Or- the tired, droopy, half-sick people that palpitation heart, dyspepsia, and extreme nervousness. Saw' Mill Outfits

this subject. dinarily we care nothing about the are now so common, did not exist"To I suffered terribly with Insomnia .
seen on I
the clearest yet has begun In
Tampa already preparations
t; locality of candidates. Get the best be sure, there was and my liver, bowels and

Mr. Pepper says: for properly accommodating men wherever they may come from those days but It was of a virulent whole ,system gradually became de earth Engines aud Boilers and nil kinds of WoodVork..

There seems to be some confusion She thousands who will attend the but when good men can be found allover character, and only temporary. There I felt Instant relief the first the best on l. We
large stock
k,': In the minds theories of some of tate fair which will be held from the state, the apparent selfishness was none of this half-sick condition ranged.1 began this Cooper medicine.' ing !Machinery and Mill Supplies. parry a nnj con

the papers, and perhaps In the mind of of Jacksonville will be apt to all the time with which so. many are day feel like a new being. TodayI mako iiumediiito shipment.Vrite for illustrated catalog. \V0 cnn:
Cth to 22d, and In spite I noW'
the February
BS to rebuke from I
gentleman afflicted nowadays.
of some legal : meet with an emphatic walked all over t scope. and meauliigof the nineteenth the; Immense crowds every visitor I the people of the state.-llaitow "I kuow positively that every bit of' something I have not done for years."I save you money. Addrenss'til letters to

article of the constitution of this will be properly housed and fed In a Coul'ler- nfol'mant. this chronlo ill health is caused by make this statement wholly froma

t',. ..tales; and yet I am unable to seeS Host gratifying: and acceptable man stomach trouble. The human stomach sense of duty. I feel I owe it to
Thinks CooCooMr.
how there can be any misunderstanding who ler. A campaign: has been started Stockton s la civilized people today Is degenerate.It anyone who might find relief and Malsby Co.
about It with any mint "
: Stockton belongs to the reform 'lacks tone and strength. This weakness renewed happinesS as I have done.

knows anything: about cuustltutlona 'or having citizens open their private wing of the Democratic party, and has gradually come through a The record made by the Cooper medicines 41 8. Porsjlh St..

limitations or prohibition. axiom homes to visitors, and hundreds have has ever been fighting the battles of sedentary existence. I further know is astonishing. We will\ take

In the first place the legal ilready subscribed their names on oppressed humanity. In his public be slck-wlth the pleasure in discussing It with anyone S 5- Atlanta Georgia.
constitutional limitation' nau only that .few people can ,
Is, a andloardltifr aa In his private life, he11 fearless. wishes to know; about them.
f that part' of sovereign: he roll of honor. New hotels digestive apparatus In perfect shape. who
act upon
And when he Is l inaugurated us governor
power In which It is alined it cannot houses will also be completed two years from now. Florida The sole reason for my': success is be- -Ackerman & StewartNotice

be extended farther by construction and In operation before the will have a chief executive. who will -- --- --'- mI
----- m
Innuendo. Be- -- gj
Implication or attendance of who have ever m
air[ gates open. "The rank as a peer any '
fore the adoption of the nineteenth from the state's ilgt: ;:: ::g@Ii: : : SIlUlIlr!!! <
said J.V.. held that position, H Let us know
constitution of 1885 the from other states, Capt. Stock yourGrocery
article of the time.
earliest history to the present .
sovereign. power of the state had the White Industrial Agent of the Seajoard. Let us make his majority so large r I.jIj

I; right to license or forbid the sate of "will be many times larger. that there can be no doubt of his Garden Seedsfor

;, article Intoxicating authorIzed liquors.the The people nineteenth of a ban; that of former fairs, and hundreds election. We believe that he will to Subscribers. I I |

win out in the first prlmaryPolkCoullty .
county to vote on the subject, andS will visit Florida for the purpose Record. u u

k declared that if the people of that of locating in view of which fall Planting.

.: county voted against: the licensed very county in Florida.. should be IE* Fldus Achates of YVUk. Call- of the I Wants 1
this Jj
sale In that county. r.o such sale look at the on copy low
should be licensed. This Is the sole represented by a magnificent ex- "Many are called, but few chosen."I PLEASE or ou the It gives the date Our prices areas

'II\\ and only limitation embodied in article i ilblt." The passenger and indus- They were the words of a telegram from your subscription wrapper. is paid. The first as seeds of equal high tI: and we will be pleased to n
:0: the Comlng-Out-Conventlon ;
] election
Before such ilal officials of the various railroads Illil
nineteen stood unlimited / lames K. Alexander of DeLand. He figure ia the month, tho second, the day of quality can be sold. furnish you with thp bout B
-.S the sovereign power ll1lalld Interested In Florida
raveri; >
and unaltectoo by the nineteenth article. was once the handsome, brilliant the month, and the third, the year. For instance, goods obtainable at eurpriaingly n
,\ If no such vote was ever lave begun an extensive advertising Jeems," the fldus Achates of Wllk. find the figures) 10-20-0, We handle absolutelyiiotltiiig W !::2 r.:
if name
L lie is still smart aa of opposite your you U. I low prices. o
: article Inoperative. sampalKu throughout: the country, Call. Just as
taken the was to October has not
this indicates that subscription is paid that ::t
and the sovereign power unlimited and special attention will be paid to yore. Always known aa the prince your remit. : None but Firat-clnss gooda,:: BJj
E' his heart beats Just 1003. If owe us kindly :
fellows 20th ,
,t.d. Now the legislature ot good you I;
and ullalte< he: Important work of finding homes in life as when he but when been carefully grown find shelf room hove'e, \ !
at its first meeting after the adoption sis warm You may owe us only a small amount, lill Jj; g gj

&b of the constitution enacted a license for Immigrants. From present In- was In the limelight.and His reflection telegram on you consider our large subscription list, tine indebt- n from the choce3tNorthern I |j want to convince you of this, g
llcatlons not less than thirty coun- should cause hope
law hibitory; If It law had It chosen would have to enact been a fully pro ties will be represented by exhibits the part of the young spirant after edness of all amounts to quite a sum. We there- J 1m Stock Seed ( 1| so come and see for yourself, jjrj
and his account aa t'Boon
1 seek subscribe to attend to
and political honors. Many fore ask each
and completely within its power it the fair. mJ. and or phone your order m to g
friends and cash for seed ,
L if it had waited until several counties sacrifice even their as possible, and not put Ultto the extra ex- purposes, 5
: : II .- .----- ----- -. and conscience. And for what? To it IlJL! No. 84 and it will receive
r had voted either wet or dry and to others pense ot mailing you a statement. Attend to suited to the most critical j g g'J
would still be, and Is, fully withinits leave a name give place careful S
Hard-Earned and
Wages. respectfully prompt txtteng g
In so doing and who brisk a little while in the sunlight now I Very riarket and Garden -
S this because the nineteenth ailicit It Is said that an old church in that beams from the throne. RUSSELL & VICKERS. S I 11 tion. B

had and has. no reference to counties Belgium decided to repair Its prop The American sovereigns are a fickle Trade. Free deliyery. g gu

not voting dry; and moreover, because erties, and employed an artist to set-DeSoto County News I g

: the law. would be In full and touch up its paintings. Upon presenting Deserves Fate- mmDItY\O\ :I< Ii:1Iwa: : :: : Io il 1 I I1m nL.
complete harmony with the nineteenth his bill the committee re- .
al tlcle. fused payment unless the details It would seem that Park Tram- -- i Ackerman-Stewart C; Stephen sjjJ

Again, the liquor business JOKE were specified, whereupon he pre- mell has already "walked the plunk"so Tho SchUfsohen.la The GroundHeO's Sleep. Bj

not stand on the same basis as doesa sented an Itemized bill, as follows: far aa the support of the ruction Germany they have an Institution The woodchuck's l Is a curious sblf' tlli Drug Co. IJI II

useful and harmless' occupation 01 with which he has allied himself Is called the schlafschcn. This Is a a case of nature outdoing Iierseli Grocer, 5
trade. It Is Included In the scope ol concerued. He left Ocala before his betweenthe Winter spreads far ann!_ fast anti S mI jJ
tho afternoon
To correcting the Ten Com- turn to make a coming-out: speech little nap J Kirby and Morris Streets.
the ahead out : _
S .a power called/ "police power early dinner and the woodchuck In order to keep I Palatka Florida.
mnndmenta.. $ 5.12 he left In.. because ponderous
business, tradri or occupation and "they say" a pout need wlug SCue \ g
any Embelishlng: Pontius Pilate the told him frankly coffee which Is served at 4 o'clock. of dnngel''ollid \
which iillcct the 01 governor: Palatka Florida.
fat ,
may ? Winter spread
and ribbons to to Interfere with he perish then ,
S morals" of the people Is Included putting new that he (the governor) was going Nothing is allowed
within thin mighty force, and occupies on his bonnet 8.02 support Wilt Bryan for United this Teutonic rite. "1n a German but does not go deep-clown only nbou

5' a dllTerent position and Is subJect Putting new tall on the rooster States Senator. "They say' that country house" says an observer "I four feet nnd wondcbuck. If lie cannc a cCCCr.r. MCC M c tD

to dltlerent rules and treatment of St. Peter,and mendIng !tlr. Stockton la going to support have coon. with these eyes; dashing escape overland, cnn perhaps go undo U. L6PIR HAU.BY J. WALTER HH.LIABC.

'-. from other trades and occupations. his comb. 2.20 Mallory, and we all know that Mr. cavalry otucera In tight tunics and land. So down bo goes through the 1'nMldont., Carey anti Tr......
can Mo-plumbing and gliding: left lini, 'ra la too busy making: money out mild and eve ,
Moreover. thin sovereign power about 2:30 wlntoi', down Into n
wing: of guardian: angel. 6,18 of Dixieland Park and thinking: uptenthousand rattling swords disappear : i 75 Dollars Cash
not divest !Itself of It. sell the police It transfei power Washing the servant of the dollar deposits that he o'clock. to emerge lu an hour's time' temperature flvo long feet away-bu The G. Loper Bailey Go
alienate It, ,
cannot and l colt
fur from tln snow
but armed Inevery.jjenso as away
High Priest and putting with the Internal looking a trifle sleepy,
and made some ago:\ Bates
it It is Inherent I years 2-horse
It. or give away; i ifnh' the reeds of tbc buy our power
carmine his cheeks. G.02 for the conquest of the as bobolink among
Inalienable a "sine qua lion. Foiinstance. on Improvement Buard, to pay any : Fire Insurance: Gasoline! En
If the legislature of }o'ioridachartel'lI Renewing heaven, adjusting: attention to politics, and to cap the Students and professors, matrons distant Orluoco. Indocd woodchnck'Is
or licenses a man or a company the stars and cleaning up climax the Inspired organ of the end buulncss uieu tinkers and tailors a farther Journey and oven more : and gine. Reason for Belling : larger!!

to erect and operate a plant tc the moon. 7.04 faction' says that Park failed at Ocala : all take their forty winks in the aft- wonderful than bobolink's, for thus Leading American ForeignCompanies itigine needed. Can be seen III

S make and sell Florida syrup for ten Touching up purgatory and 10 "Impress himself upon the people I eiiiooii arid ,get up strenuous and em- five feet carry hrm beyond the bound.I operation at this office.
lost souls. real
with the restoring gathered at this convention as a
yeais. It becomes contract cient."-Philadelphia Record.Thtr of time and space into the niysterlouroalms !I
and cannot be Brightening up the flame\ of factor In the race. It looks like
state a vested right: of sleep of suspended life tithe THE PALATKA NEWS.
hell putting new tail on Park Is "al1ln" and we are sorry of
repealed by subsequent legislation; ;; the devil mending Ms fellow and deserveda Is more Calnrrh' In this gootlon of tho very gates of dea tb. That ho wil Accident Insurance:
iicharter It. He Is n good
but If the same legislature; grants country than all other dlsoMHen put \together
ho will
left hoof and doing severaloddjobaforthedamned.- Bradford County'I'ele- .. to be return with bobolink that com
or license to a man or company better fate.-- null until tll liut" row years Was utippnBotl
7.17Ilebordering ittiirullo. For... great many yuuni dootorairotiounioil up olive with the spring out of thl
to erect and operate a distillery It a l.iodl disease ninl proHertbodoo : The Travelers of IIartfol'ltLifelnsurance
It Is not a / the robes of Her- dark way, Is very strange.Dutlatihnn'p Restaurant.
or brewery for ten years, l rmetll', ricO by conMlautly flit Ing tocure European
contract with the state Is not a vest od and adjusting his wig. 4.00 RECIPE MIXED OFTEN. with local Ireainlunt., pronounced IL limurablM in Atlantic,! _ _
Taking the spots oft the son 8t-Innoo him. provon oatiirrb to bo a oonatttuelonal :
and the next legislature -
ed right, I
1 dlaeautf' aud lliornfnre rmitilrea oonHlitutlonul ,
may rlj.htfllllyaud constitutionally of Tobias. 80 'Druggists Praise This Simple tronimont.' Hall 1.'I'.h"uro., Furnished Kuooins.
the charter and revoke the license Cleaning: Balaam's, ass, and Mixture. ",iiiiuufautnrod by F.J.4 honey fc Co.. Toledo
: repeal if the distillery putting one shoe on him. 1.70 Home )hlo. Is the only oonatltutluual euro on the BVYS The Old Reliable "Germania Hot and Cold BathsAt
and that/ too. .. In ,dose (rom. 10
S Putting earrings In !IILrah' Some remarkable stotles are being "''Rrk. Jt iMtdkun Internally
has paid a large license for the privilege 1.71 and the country droVe> to a teaHiioonrul. It iieudlroctiy fin the Life" of New York
told about town
among ,
and till* for the reason that ears. blood and mucous fltirfaccH til the ayttiomnoy '
; aud the other harmful Putting: a new stone in Da people coming In of this simple ? offer ono hundred dollars (or any caHo ItAlia
harmless. Kupperbusctii
one I is that, la, affects tho "health ormornill" vid's sling:; enlarging the tome-made mixture curing Itheunatlsm ulol.to cure Bond fur circulars, and toiuluioP. diaries ,
Marine Insurance
or both of the people. I head of loliath, and extending arid Kidney trouble. Here J.CHENEY*CO., Toledo,O. :
substantially the langiinge ol \ Saul's legs 6.13 l lie the recipe and directions. for tuk- fold. by prtiKttlHla, nrluo 7to.Inlio Palatka Fla.

give court of the United Decorating: Noah's ark. and lag: Mix by shaking\ well In a bottle Udll Family rills constipation.
the The
supreme Leadirug Companies"All
putting a head on Hliem. 4.81 one-half ounce Fluid Extract:
tate5. Just a Hint. Cheeperthsn wood. Will leer a lifetim,.
The decisions of all\ the courts. are Mending the shirt of the Dandelion one ounce Compound slghI Atids WttlSs Vrii,Si,Lair, 1904.3PMr. For
; unanimous on this subject. They Prodigal Sou and cleaning ICargon, three ounces. Compound\ Ckaplelga say, dwugglat, can you Claims Promptly

that license to make or sell : his ear. 3.111)fflU.lj\ Syrup Sarauparilla. Take aa a" dose -nw-give me something to-nwmrlguteunio New and Up-to-Date
'S. say any me teaspoonful after meals and. at up doucber know? Drug WOf Settled.
liquor are mere "police regulations"to CINCINNATI. O.
bedtime.No lu the wrong place young Furniture and
be revoked at pleasure and anyone gist-You're ouilooie.ei Iro.
desirous of verifying my statements The bill was promptly paid. change need be made In your mau. This Is a drug store not a night; ">r ci' "=I.-nt Offlon. 88 Front at PALATES, FaA Goodsat

can do so by consulting the isual diet, but drink plenty of good school.-Chicago News. uii, .wJi' House Furnishing

Beer Company va. Massachusetts Tourist Trains to Resume. water.This mixture, writes one authority C* M. For Publication. very low pricesGo

Ninety-seventh U. S. Reports, page III a leading: Philadelphia newspaper.inas On. AdvDnt."*. In the, circuit (lenin.. Kliihth Judlflnl Cir;
decisions to
number The Atlanta Journal of
25, and there la a vast Saturday this Idea ofhf1'lng ,
.._ a peculiar tonic effect upon the "Wbat flo you think of Clint I'utnum County, *ioililu-In UUniiLury. -
state nnd national! to the ..... caddies" asked the .
the cloggoduppores for
same effect "Although It had been practically kidneys; cleansing: dojri Annit hewitt, l hy her hua- '
Tho liquor traffic la uot alone Included decided to abolish the annual winter of the eliminative tissues, foro- old golfer. For sale byDavis ",,",1 iiiul, "..xl Mend, I BUI for R. S. Mooney
S'S In this "police power." Cemeteries Florida tourUt trains from the east lUll: the kidneys to sift and strain "It's a good Idea." replied tho begin Win. K. heWitt I. ForoclonuroOrder ,
the urlo acid and G. M. & Son va. ( ot
slaughter houses, lotteries and west this Benson the connecting from the blood ner. "Tbo dogs can't laugh at you! t Hurry. A. Ilvutli, nuns Mortg5e. Florida.
waste mutter, overcoming -
and various other nuisances are In lines have reconsidered their first other poisonous Bladder and London Standard. I'alatko, Klorlilu.The << llonry A. llimth, el nil. J rulittku, -

the same category. But In any plans and the service will be established Rheumatism .. UnpiM'iirlna, olr. ullldnvlt aipentt.'d to the -- ;
.. .
troubles In short while.A -- ---- -- -- : : .. .
a ---- -
S the nineteenth article of the January 6th. It la i believed Urinary bill IHe.l In Ii ntutml cause hint Hurry j
event New York/ druggist\ who has had A. H'.Htli" till.,. hoary A. Heath unit Undertaking and Embalming.j
of Flurldadoee not alfect -that this has been done at the --- ------
constitution I SollloU.' hush, 10'. wile,mol Jolinaon Op.
the sovereign power of the Florida earnest solicitation of the enstern mndreda of calls for these ingredtmta llvnl, t'oinimii, n corporation u.,,'... tile .,-- --1
since the first announcement In limit, tit MlililKiiii, tho flufnmltiiitii. therein
who the
and western tourists
legislature to |uss prohibitory spend the lust October stated Y niiMH'il Dr..eld..nt.. of the. Htat olfr 1
covering the whole state. In reality, winter months In Florida. newspapers UCKLfDfRRY mitt Order For
lurl"la. thH duluniluiit JollUHon Optlunlllomimiiy
who It : :
hat the people once try ,, f
the prohibition of the nineteenth Although; the Southern railway n corporation eta. In K runl.lt.ntof : the Circuit Court fclHhth luol'lnl l WJcult.
clannn, goes not to the soverelghty: at will not operate its Chicago and Florid swear by It, especially those who Inarolt:: Mti-bluiin. ,i,,.i ietIlene ol tins Putnam Cuuuly, yiorliltt--iu cn tP..I
brave, Urinary and Kidney trouble ... Iiuitdint H"1' A. no"th, alias kfiiry A.
all. It simply prevents the proper u special this winter, the road will After"Many nonlh amid I'Icllle U. 110n.l1. .Is awry.
You Are
authorities from Issuing licenses In establish through service from the mil sntfer with Rheumatism. Cigar thi LI,,,, deruithtnts are uver nllk"oWnj Clioitnut. ) mil fur .:..
The druggists!! In this neighborhood: iwt'iivy-oiiu ic therefore 0'1:1; : } W ul**
dry counties. Black on west from Chicago: to St. Augustine, "o".ro.hi !!tech 5iVJiiu: .tnut. J
supply the Ingredients that' Mtlil lIt ilnrmuluiil Joliniouupllviil
and nay they can ,. stir
Prohibition will Illustrate by l extending their present trains apiwml .
nfflOuvIt "I
which mixed at home. Itompniiy" it corporation under theliiHuof Itnppunrlnu by
make plain the whole subject. from Cincinnati to Atlanta, to Jacksonville are easily 90 hcitiu,, Iw ruth they are hureby ill! iniwl. In tine, above stated ''''"".'.Lreinouli
and St. Augustine. There l Is' said to be no better blood- switching from brandof required to uproar to the Hill of Uoinplulntllml < M. tho tlortmiliiMI; ut}
tonic men are one ObO.tllll.1. I. ..f tine' ,
nt KJS
Broward will cleansing agent" or system [ III said cause on or before "Muiiwl In nro
Since the return of Uov. The Southern/ make Its connections coin-i'iilB hlnineir. "> } "
known, and certainly none more MONDAY the inn DAY OP JANUARY 1'10.1,111. and ami, iS:' r '
from Baltimore last week talk of an at Cincinnati for Chicagoand harmless or simple to use. A. D., II.... uml' that thin ...101 nonresidentriofeitiiii. :t'Muiimiut': 'be ntrvwl upon him I :' 'Itt.i.JJJjIw S
another. Not with the of 7Cira
service the twenty-ana
will to
extra session of the legislature; has !give through cigars to so .. Hurry, A. Haall1. all,,. n.nry use ordered hunt mid ilii(8iiiliin, > l"j| 1 JI. l lore
Florida points. The Southern already A }Hmith amid N Illo U. ", bin Wife be.. I. hereby niuiilriul, to npl......r lu tine \ ,
been revived und the date predictedfor has through service from Chicago Stetson Football. multi they rire hmr l>y : '.ut"i ,nppuar to i Inmplnlnt. UliKI In said ciiuiw ulior, Wjon 1 1MONDAy.eltb
schedules smoker he is tine 1 Hill, of Oomplarnt Illutl In .ala cim, oniii urJ.IUAR: i
Atlanta and these
in DAY
time January. \ Huckleberry
some I Stetson defeated Rollins at Winttr ; a repeater. before Wid I' !
will be extended to Jacksonville and >
.. A. ['HIM. oWierwlite" tilt nll| R".tl"lfii u'
Park November 2ld!I I by the scorn 4 to MONDAY, I" ant DAY O1T FKBKUARY, 1 IJ '
U confessed
to be without Tram I bill will Ukvaiu if.
News : >
The DeLaud attempts ..
DeLund Thanksglv- A. I lass n"> 'wl the nllimiitloiin of .iiuiiilll
and .
0) again at ; '
No. n, which arrives in Atlanta at ; will bo tnken oonM.iuU. "!t"lT'rurth: ".". ortl..rl[,5
funny with the editor of this paper lung day 6 to 0. The games: were im by mkl lietunnhiinits. "r ont. <1 time nt
to know how It U. pro- II :47 a. m, will be extended to Flor1 drilling with Interest. Special! trains I It' :lii further onlarml that nil.ll.heil once a wmk for, four. ; li l"1''*"
for wanting 1 miii 1 points while train No. 6. which Lee Roy Myers Co. thin Order l be r Cubs In the Pi.lntL.iv. News rinihilshud .,

posed to dredge through the Everglades Is operated out of Atlanta to Chicagoat both days' were run by the but railroad.went I weeks pUhU.buot ln the once' Pjtatk n, WOOl..for News xliilit, .a oonn nuwslmp.rItubii.iied ...|utlve Wltue,. .. In. mud ImiHi tluuiity ana..ollli'liil.n iolllns a good niv
and up' the 21 foot Incline to 5:50: I'. m. will run from Jacksonville put up game of In.ulil, "ounty 'I Mlntu.. an to tb. Xutli day ot .No".b..r.I..IT..
town against the superb training ''". Heath, n'ry
and ..fJ'.A. alias ll A. Heath and PRICLClerk :
St./ -
-'I Lake Okeechobee, and says "they Augustine. /Stetson. Coach Forsyth of the Unl- MAKERS IleatU, hi. wife nod once a weak JOUffiPU '""*.
Through service from Chicago to for four oomwuutlva wiHiki. to the JoUuon 2 1 VlroulL
refereed the -
will Joel steam up like the Clyde Florida points will also b" established ver ltv: of Floilda gameat "" Optical tlonipuoy, a corporation, J.HILBtTRN

teamers steam up the 12-foot Incline by the Hock Inland-Frisco line DeLand. Both teams played good, Witieens. \ my hand nnd ulltalal. $.,.rtbI SolicItor for Ooniplttl'. """,. S

of the St. Johns between Jacksonville and connections. The services will honest football.Immense There crowds were witnessed no\ In- Ask YourCigar \ th[Meal Unth] doyofNovenilor:JUMKl'll: Iwrr.PHIOK,

Sanford." The DeLand be routed over the Chicago' and Eastern juries. \ I I '_ Hork Ol..ult Cou.t.E FOR KENT-SIX room IIOUM j"Irencent 1
and DH-
and Illinois. the Evansville: and Terre .loth games. Winter Park Pae. eput1 01"1'1. ApPlY' /
"trl:: :
la about as profound as the Land had the .appearance of a holi ) '5- City, "
He Haute Louisville Nashville day The Florida boys playing on \\S/j11/ I IS Molloltor for Complainant lies Flor..nc Atkins, B. F. 1:68t: J

average drainage boomer. may the Nashville Chattanooga A /St. Stetson's team were. Laird Hendrfck IS, o'ltp.perald; 0...

matter out himself Louis the Western ft Atlantic the ... i
the .
not reason Orlando K. L.Ijblnaon -
from ,
Central of Georgia-, Georgia. !Southern the captain, Man l)jrtona Private Hospital and -
and doing violence Pound
without overtaxing of Orlando\ Clyde ;
& Florida and the Atlantic CoastLine GrapefrUtWanled
to his think tank but It proba- railroads.It of Ocoeo, Charlie Campbell, Fred Sanitarium. Iranges and

bly will not throw him oil his "bang" ; Is understood that the South- lottn and Lawrence Bolts of/Sums DeLand.Pat fN..w Ve.r..f" II for the treritment I
of Senator c
!Mama, son ad of t.rrr.I
In and !Seaboard will resume their nedical easre.
to tell him that the engineer arc 6th !Smyrna. Arthur Underbill ofLeke Uuot.lcal aIpiianres.. trained ..u....., qufa.ol'roumUUII. .
charge of the dredges: has already service front the east on January i Helen, Harry Oarwood of Green .. special' attention sl..n to No better market In the.country.WrIM
and 6th. aU ....
T. .
patit. on for prlo
of app9iutton No. ill
tated that "the dredges can not work The tourist travel through Pal atka (Jove Springs, E. L. Waterman j Buooiicl! Ave. Daytonri Fin. ., .1t
L. Crescent City, Ed Miokle, Luther i>ra.u, A, aed R. Hnvvr. J. P. WILSON omml..lon !! ;=
direction beyoud the A. C.
in their present Is already heavy over Bedortha. S l'bysiaiaui; la Cbarg IJe nook 11... l''Uad.lp-
of tha Clyde river boats.
S tide water." and by way

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-mcg w m cu g gany Crescent WORKS FOR HER TOWN. Vhs Lion In the Jangle. I
Hews I
I City
Frederick' Below, the African pioneer

3 Grove Hall -- Girl Plum to Maks Columbia. Most says In ono of his books that regular / -I ;
H habits and high/ living agree with
; ; Beautiful South.rn City. -th
On''HOtint City's popular;; hotel, Weather Koport., I Mr. and Mi',. 'Andrt.w\ Hmrlft nnd J On of the enterprising women of lions and other brutes and that thoHo i ,

U renovated olcnn mid ntry In aroecentaltytonporature, for the week "niltng daughter of Providence. ) It I., are the south Is Mini Belle WUllamfl of exhibited In menageries are much
n ngaln open for the.season. under( Jsovomber twin 1UU7 : again In town for the winter and devoted her handsomer than those the hunter i
Max. Mtnv are Columbia 8. C.. who had
Q Hi.. innnBgeinent of Wm. C. u for for moots lu the Jungle. Then their habits
house keeping In the Chnmbeillu One during the pant three
n Norton. luK Novoml>or. 7 a. m. I p. m. 6p.\ m. 84 bri 24 liri energies in t From Oirnceofrj'
not creditable! an ixiople Every
lu thiS mUUt of the b"Rt or- { 81 Staurday. C9 Pi 09 88 so residence. With them ae Mr. and years to the difficult tusk of arousing are so

!3: angi'" \growing section of Florlt M Hlliulny.. 01 (U IT 07 70 117 Mrs. Hponcer., Tlio people of the public Interest In the beautifying of civilized countries suppose. They will I ,
81 MiHliluy I M 71 en 7114 M lion
=1! di, Finn) (Hinting, Huhlng and Ut II, 'Monday.!.: : Mi (H'S. M'A leN BHX) town .are. highly pl..ase.d. to have Mr, her homo town.Coiumbiit be shocked to learn that tim
t bird KhooMnir' llBftiitlftil VJnWII :Mj :s 87 WciilniudiiT 01 71 (I'M t4 Kt / Is n growing manufacturing feeds on meat .lu the most advanced I

j ot CV "c'Hiil' tiakn from hotel yf US..-.'l'h.I"f Frl.luj., Hit(IIII'd?> "to tO 7 70) 01 ItOp. and Mis. Harris with un ngaln. town the center of large cotton stage of decomposition4.cuuee. he Is I
"I'tlllll("'ir1. U'ltldV 1 IO HtuilDIU too lazy to hunt for fresh meat They
\ i Mould week M K I WILLIAMS. oinorvnr. Killed Big Black Bear.Mm. mnniifnetnrlnic Interests. The Olympia, When the drops out of sight; and
I $DOM) i I indliifr.i by sold to bi Hie moat extonHlve cotton have taken It for granted. that the 0 mercury

d j mid n I'lith nil rxMSotiiihlo rntns. Qj :i . ----. - J. 1 I' Cowburn the taxidermist located bore. It king of the forest carries a high bend I just can't keep the house warm you'll
('IIk.tI, to Northern Touilsts., MVrlle ."" .,.;........""' ....""' mill In the world. Is but you -
\ for terniK. 3Wjii. haN for mounting the front paw employ ttiiiiixniidH, of people, and CoInmljln as he sweeps along over' the plain find it wonderfully convenient to use a '.

$ Personal and Social $ of monster black hear killed lust IH tilling up ,rapidly< with nn Indiintilnl Scions says be trots along with his -

:\ C. NORTON 1 'week near the homu of 'John Hiinlii community whose attention Is head behind his obouldero like any

."" ....."" "' ''''''''''''''''. at Plney Blulf. Th' bear wns killed not ensy to guln for anything of the common cur. ...,- PERFECTIONsmoke :
{tJr j
t ur"pol'Q.t City, Flu. : nesthetlu ordur.
: TnligtirliiPB huvo. lI.en netting grow by !Mr Alvers of Slsco and weighedover WBAt'B ,
Miss Wllllnms bus succeeded '
rrrrr4CdCdCdr1I era$1 pet. box. 300 pounds. His mate In Hill at worth doing Is worth d<,ln( well. U
ling popular Interest In n more -
up wish t beouroil of
you () fchoumatlem Heater
There school the Friday large and some one who likes big beautiful and effective -
wns no an city through original usv 11"II..rJ'joow.) /:: Llntmmit., and :you ..
w W WQ _wi following Thanksgiving.. ( game and an opportunity for excitement iiiothndM nays the Memphis will be "...ell cured" A poxltlvooure for

f; The of tho Chamber- can now have their sport Mr. Commercial Appeal. First she got tho flpralnn, Neuralgia. ,.Erulaos, Contracted .0, !C1..e,, hJILOJP (Equipped with SmokeleM Device)

\I A Fresh Supply' upright/: part Ragln told the News some time ago' people together and organized a flourishing Muscles and all the Ills thut llosh Is heir rD$ p3h:3': heat cold
tin housa Is for rent,. furnUhed.Mm. that there were boars In the swamp civic Improvement league. This to. A. O. M\ Williams, Navasuta, Texas, Il'i very light-carry it about- any : ,
II A. (Carll and daughters lire league was Immediately Instrumental writes : room. Turn the wick high or low-no :
of ; near his place and the killing of this
"I have used Snow Llulment for
j expected this week. from New York. makes lit the drafting Introduction and pas- danger-no smoke--no smell. Easily cared ,
one his word good. sprained ankle and it gave I the best of
j Garden Seeds The Indies. of the V. I. A. have or- sago of nn ordinance creating the tree ....tl r."Llon. I always keep It In the (for and gives nine hours of _. .

ganlxed Blmkesponre club for the LAKE COMO. and park commission of Columbia. houno," Sold by AokeriiiHii-btewart:! cozy com lort i at one filling of //Jit ,

1 study of thai; author. They at once assumed tbe care of the Drug Co. .- brass font Finished in {===> I :
Fall Planting
For Mr- and Mrs. James MnuahfHtnrand beautiful old treeS which are Colum ; .r' *
i Mrs. Julia Annon of New York city granddaughter, of Cleveland. bia's chief natural beauty. Then nickel Every X \
Children to Let. :15r"-:
i Just Received. n sister of Mrs.. Jir. bunched, arrived Ohio were guests at the Highland flower seeds were distributed and healer / A -
Quite a flourishing trade )Jft done by J
tact week for I a vlnlt.Mm. House over Sunday. They are on prIzes offered for the best results. A .1
let i
classes of "
their WRY to St. Petersburg, where the poorer Madrid' .. j
01 .
modal and two prizes were offered annually .dy.
j U. B. West of Winchester, .. out their children to beggars at no V Th* Lamp friuunt'iiQhi
Have you ever tH i.l 1 tlin they will ppend the winter Mr for tile three best compositionsby .. @Yr Ideollor ,' i
'Welch Grnp Julo,," for n MIUII., I a popular guest of last. season, Ed. Petreqntn, (their daulht..r-nnd) public school children on some civic much per hour. Tho lntendlug) hirer tha long wlnler cvenlnga '

summer b"v..rHI? H'" ili-llo-, Is ngalu at drove Hall. children will Join them soon. Improvement subject. This wits followed applies to the parents of a likely child. -real. ar lew ly II-won't lira your ",,". Leteol. Improve central ". ,

lous and strengthening. Mode services were heldat !Mr. and M rll. Claude MonJar were by Illustrated talk,. the price la agreed upon a small drill!. burner. Mule cf brim nickel plilcd.. Every lamp warranted. ;
t+ from pure gripe Julur..' We Thanksgiving visitors at Crescent City recently up amount paid down ns a guarantee for II your dealer cannot supply die Rays Lamp or Perlecuoa Oil I
have It In all slxe bouleM.I the Presbyterian! church lu the The latest effort of the league led by the return of the little one and the Heater writs sur awed agency br s descriptive circular.
.1 Horace Prior of Jacksonville Is In Miss Williams. has been tbe procuringand .: '
with the .
by pastor.Mr. bu
evening with his
.. sermon beggar forthwith sets out ,
town this week, looking after his publication of a comprehensive STANDARD OIL COMPANY "
I Our Celebrated No 44 \ and Mrs. W. H. Well. of Little orange shipments.' plan for the Improvement of the city man Implement of trade to Implore the Incorporated)
public! charity. The children whone __ 1
Qetipasee, N. Y., guests of two former Mrs. Fluke and along scientific lines. A group of expert _________ .
;J will knock out; rtieiiioBt) stubj" George daughter!! tank It Is to soften tbe heart __._
born case of Chills nnd Fever. < : seasons, arrived at Grove Hnll Miss, Susie: were visitors In town re- landscape artists were brought to passersby ore required- to possess "

.'j It I Is the mosTsp( mnsdy ( lust week. cently.W. Columbia, and the results of their ex. special qualifications. They must have ... "I

? Unowii. Oeb a butt I.. for 25o./ | ,- Miss Hilda and Mr. Franklin Bussell L. Dlggett! was a visitor to bnuntlve study are presented In pax- hungry looking faces, be first rate '_._ '- Qik .

Lound's Store i : of Jacksonville were guests of Crescent CIty Saturday. maneut form, Illustrated, with maps criers and not very ugly, for -n good .- '--.-. .
Drug and drawings of the proposed Improvements '
;] Mr.l and Mrs. Chit,. S. Qowen over Maurice Blood left for IDustls.'FU.: which valuable to looking child is more likely to earn 'j. .
';! Orescent City, Flu. r.j r., Thanksgiving/: and for the week end. where ho Is attending with school.his mother He other cities! having are the same problemto extra pennies on account of Its pretty ,'7 '
spent Thanksgiving face than a loss favored competitor. '
K. Borson's new house on lower His many friends were glad to nee meet. Madrid Herald.The S. B. DOWNES & CO. I
him Is missed In The plan as outlined shows plainly ,
,, ,, Central avenue will soon be readyfor as he greatly the .
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occupancy and for rent. It will village. that under Miss Williams' Initiativethe t I

....w""VQ" ....." "" make a convenfent and comfortablehome Mrs. ICIpp left suddenly for Osslnnlg. state of South Carolina will boasta Commission Merchants,

N. Y. receiving a telegram stating beautiful capital before another decade :

s M, H. READ, for some family. I the death of her son-in-law. at has passed. Family E J' 203: Dlllanc Street, NEW YORK, !'I i :

Mr. and Mrs. O..o. H. Libby nrriv- that place. Her many friends ex- ;

I REAL ESTATE. ed from Portland lust week and areagain 'lend their sympathy to her. The PROOF'OF THE PUDDING. ,: will endeavor. to !han le i iii a manner satisE .: i
1 widow (Mrs.Klpp's daughter) ,
pleasantly, located for the win voung \.I"
who IH well known here, i Is a bride of PhysicianThe factory to ehipments of
&ii Fla.
creaoent ,
City, t you any j
ter III the Fuller cottage on Summit only two months and the slncerest Benefit of Parka to Kansas City as ) f'I

t-; street. Mr. Libby has ii fine crop of sympathy her friends are extended 8..n by an Outsider. 1 :

*;) Tho Howe property..Ure oranges and grapefruit to ship.A to her In Irer bereavement.Mr. HansiosCity: Is tasting the proof of best medicines In the i. Oranges Grapefruit or '

5 cent Hill"-la now AH the mar Thanksgiving offering amounting and. Mrs. A. E. Gable of Macon \ the pudding< says a correspondent of world cannot take the place of I

ket. Oil, are expected this week. tbo 8t Louis Globe-Democrat writing the family physician. Consult 1
to *fl.88, was taken at the public
Particular attention given to They will bs the guests of their par. on tbe parks of the city. The $7,592- him early when taken ill. If o h Tangerines 1.,
school 1 on Wednesday mornIng-the tutu, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Uable and 000 expended to create the park and ,
I Crescent City property Hated tiny befote. This money has been Mr. and Mrs. Trios. C rnon._ boulevord system has been returned the trouble is with your / g .

with me. irlven; to the society.for Orphans and Mrs. Phebe Betts of Phoenix, N. several fold In added real estate val throat, bronchial tubes, or E! you consign to them, and will be pleased to \tlo .

M eM Homeless children of.i'lorlUa. Y., Is now with her sister Miss Sue ues. The park board selects a street lungs, ask him about takingAyer's give you reliable information at time t P/ 1
( araon. They are occupying the to be mode a boulevard. Tbo cost of any ,

: Mr. and Mrs. I). Coleman and Davtea cottage. tbe widening and original construction Cherry Pectoral. Then t (either by wire or mail relative to the conclition ; '
..8. J:. Spenoer, daughter of Cropsey Ill., arrived There was preaching on Thanksgiving Is assessed against the adjacent prop take it or not, as he says. .

last week and have gone to housekeeping and Sunday a. m. at the M erty owners. Afterward maintenanceIs publleb our ftonoulaa of the New York market. "I ,

Dentist. In thelr.new home, built just E. church by the pastor. Rev. Crip- provided by the board. It baa been w. b.nl.b .1001001 '

---- before leaving tor the north last pen led the Epworth League: meeting the rule that ground fronting on a 4.w. 9 ,"0... "' !d101A.. I. 'it
in the p. in. Mrs. J. I). Mitchell W. ..... p.... to.ono. 6.rt.r I.
onloo at Bonldenc*on Procpect BtreeI.re.oent spring. Mr. D. Buchwalter of Crop street transformed Into a boulevard ." po... _
solo vtblch was beautifully ....
sung a d. \.
Florida has Immediately doubled and sometimes -
City coy Is wltn them for the season. rendered.. -
bas trebled In value. The most
I Bilious attacks, elckheadache.lndlgeeconallpat
Dr. Dunshee. will try to secure. a Praise and Bible study service was undesirable localities bave been wiped tion, on, dizzy spells-these

St. Johns River by Daylight. physician to take charge of his prac- held at the Baptist church Sunday out. The little frame houses and tenements sre some of the results of an Inactive

tice here during his absence and IstJready afternoon. having frontage on the streets liver. Ask your doctor If he endorses -

lu communication with one. Ed. F. Sullivan was a visitor at taken Into the charming Paseo scbeme Ayer's Pills in these cases. The doseIs

The Beach & r Miller Line The doctor expects to leave for a Jacksonville. lie accompanied Mrs are giving place to Due churches and small, one pill at bedtime. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
KIpp, seeing hor safe on her way large houses. .ii........lip the J.O.q.r 0., Xrfnrall......- .
III Ashevllle N. C. soon apartment
nnltarlum ,
she In over the
us was great grief,
Steamer ClUZSCKNT.Lflaves .
The Taseo Is a wonderland In tree
and will not go to Arizona as statedIn death of her son-in-law. Tha Misjudged Turk. Commission Merchants.
and shrub growth. No two blocks are
----- this last week. All here are .
paper treated alike. On ono section Is the The rural Turk at home, when nut _

. .ra.k.ODlIIeon Tuoartays,ThurIetfl3'I. hopeful that he will derive benefit POMONA NEWS. Pergola. The foliage screens create goaded Into violence by his corrupt Tomatoes Pine

imt Saturdnyo at I:He s. m for tireon Core, from the trip. vistas and nooks of charming surprise.! rulers Is the very antipodes of the Apples :

Pnlatka, Cnwceut City and principal Wa Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith\ Cubb tore againat Arthur \V. Smith operator on the. Three rows of trees Kessler: plants on monster of popular Imagination, In and
tun din it* }:.. Const Is home for few weeks England. His domestic virtues are nt Early OrangesVegetables
drove Hull\ for the winter, having .t a either side of bill boulevard As they
Returningleaves Greaoent city on Wadu* visit. least equal to those of any western l
liiya, FrIUftys and Monu..ya at 7.. 10. arrived last week from Albany, N. grow be takes out every other tree. population. Ha Is honest. Industrious Fruit
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Otterson of The tree. removed are transplanted to Grape
where fnotof Lsura Street Y. Mr., and Mrs. Cnbb have been '.
Jacksonville patient gentle and of fine natural man
Longs jStatlun\ were guests of Mr.mind do duty on pew sections of the system -
T ljpbon.6.1 to Crescent City for a number -
coming ners.-London Times.
Mrs W. H. Cook over Thanks "
Ptlatsa wnarf (not of Lomon ......r> of years. and enjoy a large ncq.unliitaiice giving.; A. mixture of material and moral Influence 279 Washington St. Itfew Yorlx: .: ",

-.- with our people, all of Miss Francis Mobley spent the from tbe park and boulevard
E. T. CLARK, Traffic.:, Manager, whom are pleased to greet them Thanksgiving holidays- at her homeIn movement has permeate the entire
again and See them looking so well. Hastings.; community. -
Jacksonville Fh WITH A IAME: BACK ?
Mr. and Mis. E. H.W IllIalUlI expect Holmes Waldron Is spending the

to-get into their new home by the winter here with his mother, III Pleasures of Park Playgrounds.All Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
health causing him to take a vaca large city parks are now providing -
A. D.TORREY.UnUertaler middle of the present month. The tion. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -
playgrounds and a list of game.
the residence which Is sure to know of the wonderfulI
house la old.
of November 27th that In the past bave' been considered
Tie evening wee made Dr. Goes
and } mbalmer.Full itood on the lake front of their grove, the time of a very pleasant entertainment somewhat outside of the province of I!=!!U J |Ii l cures Kilmer's Swamp-by : Everywhere

and which has been remodeled and at the ball when the ladles park building. says the Los Angeles) _t II l' Root, the great. kid- !
line of Caskets and OnOlos equipped with \nodern conveniences. of the V. I. A. gave the enjoyable Tunes. At last vie have taken for a UI L L ney, liver and blad3 .

Telephone The lake front-has been thoroughly comedy* "The Champion of her/Hex." basic principle "the greatest good to 3 der remedy. North South East and West. -.
All parts were. exceptionally well It is the great medical ,
FLOBIDA the greatest number and park Belds -II
(1RE80ENTCIT7 cleaned of bush growth and the site, taken, and with other attractions, In | triumph of the
with Its grass Lawn: sloping to the made up a successful allalr. The and playgrounds are frequented at all III\ 1 nineteenth century ;

.lake, Is -an Ideal one for residence proceed were all that could be desired seasons. A recent report of the South ,.4t\ I discovered after years Consult the "Purplp Folder."
and the ladles have added a pork system of Chicago shows a wide U] ] of scientific research ..

Crescent City Transfer Co., purposes. nice little sum to the treasury inconsequence range of amusements. Tbe sports provided U_ --_. by Dr. Kilmer, the

Raymond. Price, county surveyor, include swimming skating tobogganing eminent kidney and

Meets all train at Cieaat nt City Junc was here this week for the purpose F. LODI, our obliging meat denier snow and turf speeding bladder specialist and is wonderfully ,

tion. Nlftlit trains by appointment.' of locating the line for Mr. Tilling- from Crescent City, has sold his golfing rowing launch riding tennis, successful in promptly curing bladder-aiid lame back For .detailed information, rates, schedules and reserva-

hast's fence which Is to enclose bis business to E. Eames of this place, hockey, baseball football, curling fishing uric acid, catarrh of the '
LABUF.K. Manager.HAHDY .
8. M.
who will continue the regular Tuesday beach bathing and archery In addition Bright' Disease, which is the ,Wont tions see nearest ticket write call
.. Hill lots. The five your agent or or on
n. .. ____ seven Crescent .and Saturday runs.. !Mr. Enmes to others provided In- tl'e playgrounds form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
of this enclosure will\ occupy Kilmer's' .swamp-Root is DOt recommended -
rear lots bold the good wishes of his friends In gymnasia and other rdcreat- ,
PAPER one-half of the present baso his new enterprise.M. for everything but if you have ..'
JOTH about
ed facilities\ furnished la the new parks kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be

A mothdeiiU'oyeranildlKlnfeotiint. I'lnaoil\ ball diamond, and wjll make- neeeastiry P. Johnson has moved to his and squares. The assembly. balls and found just the remedy you need. It has Frank C. Boylston

iinihii! curiHitn, or In the foliU: of fu.ru nndil.ithlnn. the selection of other-grounds; new position ,at Juliette, Fla., and clubrooms in the field< houses bave been tested in so many ways in hospital :
i: It ilrlvuiitwKV, miitlia unit vtorrv.7v ., for the base ball players next sum the t Ititpeutlnd business. will now bo been much used all the year round and work and in private practice, and ha
>*lv<- .1I00'.lu1I piiuket imrrluHO tirnpnlil
looit' puvkuta Duo Urugglal'Uotm not hove ItM mer. Mr. Tllllnghast expects to managed by O. C. Mlddleton. have famished Invaluable facilities for proved so successful in every been case made that a District'PaasengerJAgent! Jacksonville, Florida "' ;
has by
aigun' Powder. tVurk, Selection S13 leave for his home In Davenport, la., Masters Flank and Orady Crosby meetings, concerts, dancing parties which special all arrangement readers of this paper, who have
accompanied their aunt back to and other entertainments.
luwa.Tiinhcr lectures '
('IIr"09'Ill. tbe first of the week. Georgia for a long visit. not already tried it, may have a sample or F. A. YAllBOUOUGII Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast ;
Allen'nnd Frank Long have sold bottle sent free by moil also a book tell ./ ,
3 1878 Two hand organ men and two mon Advertise the Town. ing more about Swamp-Root,and how to '
1'1111I1ct of Juno out their meat business the formerto Line Palatka Fla. 'k'
keys were charming the younger No town can grow unless Its ad. find out if you have kidney or bladder trou- ,
Notice for I'ubllcutlon. O. J. Braddock of this place, and here Monday. mention reading this
population vantages are made known ,to the out- ble. When writing
Vetted Hlnti'H Land" OIIK'ianlnuavllle -, I tlielatter to Ed. Eumes. of Pomona. Ida world. Many towns have snf.erediba generous offer in this paper and send your -- --- --- --- -.. -
Allen Long'wagon ( Inaction of tbelr citizens In ORDINANCE LXXXV (85)
the|provlHlonii a hereby. ulvon of the tbnt Aft In or compliancewith tinttroee' and Its. environs nnd( he hifil a CH.LDRu'ar..vorlte the matter of advertising their ad & Co., Binghamton, "ll"1 "' ltp". I[ Notice Is hereby given that Sam'l E.

t.r JU"9 a. IHTM. untitltKl" "An aot for the mieof Frank Long sold in tonlo Is Whites Cream Vermi vantages. This Was tbe case In the N. Y. The regular .. An Ordinance Entitled an ordinance to Neal, purchaser .t tax oerlllloate No.
tluilwr luntU In the Htntua t>f OuUfornlifc, big business. fuge, the cure for wOrm. and all vhlldruna and one'n' 13d. dated the 3d day of July, A. D..
fifty-cent the of
for vacancies In
tlr"K. has
filed 1
Huntlngton Horn of s >,iy"iiri tiill to nil tile *iiHtntoa <>l luiul, dollar size bottles are thfl offices o( Mayor, Clerk Treasurer.Collewtor In my
by nut of AUKUiit 4, IwHj, H. laka and he had built up a flue business worms. but removes the mucus and advertised In the great by all good druggists. Don't make and Assessor, caused. by I oOlue and has made application for tax
Hi<\olHuf McKHti.ouunty, ot olny' MKlorum 'bu at, selling from houau to Imuae ashe mime, In which they build their neetll.I. southwestern dailies'they grew rapidly. any mistake. but remember tbe name, death or resignation. deed. to Issue In accordance with law.
baa thla iliiy Illuil In thla OIIUlllliuii" .. Ion the child Ie mild and leaves The citizens should realize that to Said
on oHrtlUeata
aOI Dr. Kilmer's embraces the
ever aliitvinout. No 7". for time piiroliiiBe through the cou-ilry.) ( lliey,. Swamp-Root Swamp-Root !Section:! 1. Be It ordained< by the :Mayor following
miT tho w.i 01 lwot HueohIJo. paused him In a healthy condition. Joe Daniel bring capital and persona to their locality and the address, Biuguamton N. Y., on and Town Council of Uresoent City\ described property situated\ In Putnam
et in"1owi.hlp: 1 No.H, ItliliKe No. CI N. active titan "nll experienced !- Tenn., that be one of ,
n",1, will otter. to chow S. thut tile ,,,,,.1.1OO".ht arc young __ Surmno, says gave It I la necessary to make known what every bottle. FIB. That in case a vacancy occurs lu I county Florida to-wlt:
,I. Iiiore prool v"ln"II" for II. Ir..hor ur traders. and will suu hit upon' his oblldrenVblte'a Cream Vermifuge they have. the office of Mayor, Oluik Treasurer 8J of wj o( swj of nel, seotlou. 13.
- lOuio than for nurluulturut purpoaita.and toVMitnllrtli other line business pursuit. when the doctor thought it had collo, Collector or Assessor, caused by-doaih township 12, range 27-15 acres.
hla.. uluTiu: to anld: ,Iniul: Iwtom Clerk. some and from the first dose the child passed ORDINANCE LXXXIV ((84)) The said land being assessed at the
nl thB Olroult) luurt nt Hnlutku, v....., on Braddook agent of the Bold Ackerman-Stewart A Town Boom "Raolpa.' or resignation It shall be the duty of
A. ) 73 by date
Sploer worms. Ordinance Kotltlcil: ordinance of the Issuance ot
An an oertl Scale
'tw7.KeniiiiiemMHltnaaHniii '
Hiittirdnr the tt>th Uny of Novonibor i i he council to assemble 4n regular or
M. PmUntt ofnraiulln Railroad at 1i.. 'llie. died at Drug Co. Here Is a good town boom recipe: ID the name of Ben
A. A. U. L. : providing for the killing of vicious called session and elect a Mayor, Clerk.Treasurer Wade. Unless
., of (*r..lldltl, Wide awake active. liberal business
Fin H. 1C: Tliumona' said cortlllottte shall be
)tl.... W.O. Hunily of Ura..dll.1.. ..., M. 11. the home of bit Bister, Mia. Dixon In dogs. Collector or Assessor, to all redeemed ao-
Conway. of Mnrlum. Kin. Newark N. J.. last. week. The remains Notice. men.. Good country roads. Have an lie It ordained by thtlllf"yor Town the office for and during the unezplred. cording to I..w. tax deed will Issue th"ren -
Any and all ixirxonii elutinlntf: lulvftmtlyth : active association of business men and Council of Cr,sc nt City, Fia That any term caused by such deatn or resignation .. on the :21st day of December A. D.
UM>VO d lttnurilMHl ,bids* .ttrtt'rufimwtwl. toflln were brought to Seville last This Is to notify all concerned that the results have been good. Attract vicious dog that attacks or bites any 1007. -
wvhl\ their SItS diy riotiumpin. of thlK otlloe liNt'oil. or Saturday. and the funeral. occurred at [ will not be responsible for any capital by advertising the facts about person or domestic animal, or make Suo. 8. Any person e lalb'. to hold Witness my offlolal signature and seal

)I NOVnmh4ri UJlU. Ri'KlKtor.! that place Sunday morning. Deceased goods purchased by deck hands of our great country, and it will da tbs frequent unprovoked attacks upon other office under the laws of tbe Town ot this the '7th day of November A. D. 1DU7,
Mi.ler Line of
the Beach* steamers do". within the limits of the Town of Crescent Fla., be elected and (Snail| /OSKPR PBIO_,
_ _ wile a sou' of Mr. and Mr* Joseph without they a written order reat. City, may Clerk
present -- Crescent City Fla., shall' bo deemed a declared Mayor, jOlcrk, Treasurer. Collector circuit court. Putnam county, Fla.
FOR BALE.-.A Palmer Bros Braddook of Daytona, and u brother for the same.MKS ''IH T't1 .fI I I I nuisance and unless kept chained or or Assessor as the case may be bya By B. Baymoud den. clerk

launch' fully equipped lat, Improved of O. J. and W. J. Braddock of thIs MARY Administratrix SCOTT MII.LRB Estate' of Cough yourself Into a> fit of spasms and muxsled while running'at targe, shall be majority vote) of the council\! thus assembled -

(tasolenn engine, !>hi h. Poyo'a place nml Huntlngton. Ha was In John W. Miller. then wonder why you don't-get well. shot or: killed 1 by; the marshal or policeman 1 and prepared for business. Executor's Notice.

jump' RT"rk. In perfect order l:"" Ills IKlt.li year. Hid death was due to If you will only try a bottle of Bullard's Hoc. 3 This ordinance to take electImmediately
ftV) otlur bargain nc $-,. Horehound Syrup your cough wilt\ be a This ordinance to become effrotlv. upon receiving the signa.tore Notice I.' h.rt.hy gIven: thai six month
-B. C. IVORY Creaoent Clly Fin." IS clot on his brain, and he had been ABI.YTO' BED receiving the atgnkturo of the arterdnUhuraof.lo-wUt Ou tile let; tlu>y ot
of the It l 1ft upon of the ,
a jionltlvs cure .
'wai thing putt. mayor. J.immrv, A. 1) linn, 1,a.executor ot the' Ian
_ _ lIIUt.Maurer' III for more tuttu at )'8I1r. He a anti early to rise, maket one healthy for Cough, Influensiv. Bronchitis all mayor. Passed lo open council this 18th day will 5VJ testanientoJ. n. Uetncleumuird l .
young titan of excellent hnblts and happy and wine especially If you take Pulmonary' dlneivam.. One bottle wiileusiuwice Paaawl 1 In open council\ this.. 18th dayNovember. November.. D 1907.L. ) .will...b Hmtor. my final oaoouut. soil voucliwra. M
in th cOlon
of Slim!
$ had tli, reputation being one of II rblne before retlrltiit. A positive jou-at your druggist, 25o, GOo AD. )007. EATON Chairman' l n( Futnam County, Clorld. una(I"untV'.1lldll" ...1It
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trillion on re for Constipation Dypppala and all $1.00. Sold by Aokerman-Utewsrt Drug EATON. manProtern Pro-ti-m IKiatd Alderoten.Attach Se IMi discharged ire,, the Teether o"nltll".
iknct agent) ,
Ratand'RoachPaste the best operators liver complalntc. Sirs. IS-, Columbia Co Board Aldermen "uLlOttol, tile O'\l\t. of s.II' 1 .1. 5).11011....

010 tti. ttin Hla relative have the Tenn. writes i "I alwavs keep a supply Attest: : ,f..1y W, 1T.ANTOX414) UlllN. Esseuso',

.,......ih_..rml...by lu odor 1 they aal .It taddt sympathy of the people all over this of your Harblne on hand. Am so plowed Don't let the baby author from solemn PAOLO SMITH. Clerk. PAUL a. SMITH: Clei'k. Slit
..liuianitv. la CM ov.r W em. when the man was with the relief It gives In constipation sores or any Itching of the (SnaIl) [Sea.llApproved] .
MAUXbK'S: : BtJO POWDER b roe J."lt .> section, young and all liver complaints that worrl.oao'C skin point's Ointment gives Instant Approved Vov.-SBth.! 1110'7' 1 Nov. 85th, II1tI'7.W.B.V4MPBELL' e. S
b.lbu..,a.u,d_and mniht.Sold born and reared. The funeral waat.r".t.l' Sold' W. CAMPBELL ,". Wjiples and Chapped Hands
appreciation .
express my by relief cnrrs qalnkly. Perfectly safe ,
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it. Ntm'Iira, it ..n-e. l.UithYT.PiITi.: !: : tteudvd, Aokerman-SMwarfrCrug Co. for children All druggist left |at. Acting Major Acting Major. '.11".., ,,,"t.'ad....byplyIe......,.'..ft,. 1'rict Chan.b. >j.....I.rl..itt'a

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Beginning Thursday Dec. 12th, Ending Dec. 28th

I Our Stores will be closed Mort., Tues., Wed., 9th, 10th: llth, to make ready for Sale

Ninth Anniversary Sale of In addition to our already large stock of Dependable, Merchandise our buyer been busy for the last three Ninth Anniversary Sale of
months in securing the Greatest Bargains of the Northern\ Markets We have succeeded in accumulating a Mammoth

Men's Hats. Assortment of most up.to-date, stylish and staple goods that will delight the shrewd buyers. This Oigantio/ Sale:) is I>res Good and Slllsn.
to mark our ninth year in business in Palatka and it is to give our patrons a chance to get the benefit of our success '
lot of about 75 Hats wide rim'e want in Putnam to and this $ French aurgo, 40 In., sale\
One during Great of
everyone come see us Sale that have the .1.001black
county so we may. pleasure
worth $t.25; Male . $ 63 .. ,. .. . .. .. $ 74
I All-Men's! U.60 }( priceII"shapes I. mid' thanking each one personally for their patronage extended to us for the last nine years and let us demonstrate to yoursatisfaction 7oc plain colors:brilliant-lues I silk finish

I styles, sale price. .. . . . B8 our ability to please you. O. .stock of over ) sale price.. .. . . . .. 4875o /
All Men's S3.0U Hats, all shapes and black mohair\ role prloa. .. . 49
I styles, sale price 130 ml In. black panama 8lio:! values . 40
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'All Men's, *2 50 Ha't ,'nii shapes; And $ 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO In. black, brown or blue voiles. ,

] etylreKale. price. .. . .. .... 178 1.00 vtil n..o, sale price. .. ., . .76
All Men's $\.00 Hats, all shapes I and All wool:21!III. wide satin flnlsh blaakbroad
worth of Merchandise\ I will be I
Dependable on this sale at the of the of Putnam
mercy shoppers county. Clothing/
BtylRS, sale j price I . .1 98! cloth $1.60 value, sale price 08
John: B. Stetson' Hats Light, Black to fit the Big ones as well as the Little ones. In Shoes we can perform the feat to fit all feet. In Hats we can cover 80 In. Urny all suitings. In wool mohttlrs. .. -

nnd Colors, $:;.00 hat for . .. 340 the brainy as well as the brawny. An ocean wave of Dress Good to please the most critical observer of modern brllllantlnes.At.o., worth up
John B. Statson Hate, Black only, a styles. Hosiery for all ages, fancies and sizes. Ready to Wear Goods! of all descriptions L notions of all kinds. lltlo'l.ool: sale, P.'lbo.o.' . '' 49
SHOO hat for . ... . ... 8 liB ft'I' .I Panama, chiffon
THE DATES OF SALE Due 12 la 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 ( finish tl GO values for . . 08
23 24 25 26 27 28.Sensational
Hosiery, Etc. Silk Crepe de Chine for fancy walxta' }

Liulles' Itluck Hose, pair' . . .. ... 80 ,v..lu.Jer AndevrningcoetuupeBregular75oI \ yard . . .. .. 43

r I Ladles'i hose,black 2r Black,>o "grade or, and brown, pair White socks. .open,. .pair\. .work..... .... 14oMoil's 70 I. Bargainsin Ninth Anniversary Sale I of f Ninth Anniversary Sale I ol f Heavy value, black, sale silk price taffeta" ". ,. regular. . .$.126:.(. 08

Extra .
heavy leek silk taints 80 in.
Men's: fancy 25o; socks, mile price . .. ISo lIl.'n'/I Pants BcdSprcads, Towclj, Luce Curtains
wide .
ItfeO'sNr Iigeehlrte,78ovalues..480 nicn'M and I Joy's Clothing.. regular $1.6; grade, prlou. .. 1.10
$1 ISO !Men's pants for USA. nil IOU very large, heavy crochet bedspreads
Mens'price negligee. .. .shirts. . .1.25. .to. $. .1,51).. .).sale.. Mo $3.0O of J( clothes Suit nil, nil to match to match*1.1)8.come) A In fine Scotch suit "Iz..alnd colorings: al nysmeroll for worth 'l. O. rape price. .... 08o! Ninth Anniversary Sale of
. 3UoNinth $1.50, sale, price. l)8o) Marsnlles bed spreads, worth $300
Men's 60o work shirts sRleprlce. \ mixtures. This suit Is positively worth sale price. ... . .. . .. : . $1.74
$8! or your money refunded[ at any time Men's blAck cotton clay pants 41.CD) 25 rtoz 18x40 husk towel, worth ICo 9o Dry GoodsDependable .
Anniversary Sale I of f duriugthiegkointlcN,1\ . '$4.98) grade, sale OBc Too !lace cnrtalm, sale' price . . .4Uo\ standard
$9UO All Worsted suit, to.85. 'I.'h.I.S suit lathe 'goods!! qualities
$300 Men's worsted pants which I have! (1.25, $1 I.GO and $2.00IaCe:! curtains ? BUc\ "t less I than I ,.
LADIES' and MEN'S UNDERWEAR' 1 peer of any you see elsewhere at a M'CII's black serge suits I wor tl' you can boy them for whcle-/
gained world known sale
a reputation for the
sale, . 7c AIII: price\I mark. A mnrvel I of goodness.' I cent of $20 rare bargain for.....10.98 by case today
Ladles' lOo gauze vest price. sizes. Don't; fall I l to ask for this suit. durability. All sizes, come and pick OrJ.ka 5,000) yards Dress prints and calicos.
Ladiee'15cUwetrimmed' l vents, price. DoLadies' A genuine $0 value at.. . . ,$5.83 them out, enleprice.:..' 150O;;tli pairs choice ; pants, ,.worth. up to. worth B and Oo sale price . . 60
ribbed vests, 83o values, your 43c
sale: :: . . . . .. 24o $12 Men's Suit. $8 84. Thle represents a lot Men's blitck clay and Tiblt, $3 CO pantsfor Mi-1I'M, cravenel:te cOo"at 'regular' 'price 2.000 6,000: yds best dress gingham'i, 12'io I arlie 80
peke.. ribbed vests, duo values of suits in black and blue-black thlbets $2.3U $1500, ante price . . . . ...$U lit! U.OOO yd unbleached apron gingham sheeting' lOo 7o
sale) price . .. . .. .. . 430 and senri'H. Also some dark fancy mix 6uWyarde yd Sea. Island per yd.I So

Ainu'eextrn heavy. fleece lined shirt. tures. rile lot I positively sold for $12. I values for ,,,,,,, ,, ,unbleached,, ,, ,,,lOo, 7o
In '
the and fad
. ... new cut sack Ninth '
dr.wel'S., 43o swagger'
and sale price Anniversary Sale I ol f Rest standard ; :
Men's heavy ribbed undershirts. an"a entirely custom made. Remember A visit to the New York Bar-. table oil l cloth, per yd.. Mo

drawere7cgrade., ;: . . . ... 4 oMen's you gfttyour\ money back if notsatlnled.( LudiuH* Ruin Coats. Bleached values table cloth 60 in..' wide, 400
This gain Store i this sale I per yd , 24o
suit j In this during
F Scrlvens I: drawers, sale price. 640 goes gigantic gale at $8! ilk I' Hle"ched table 'cloth i ''ii i; 'wiil '' '
LAdies ,
lit. 660 l
cravenette ruIn
coats, worth
All men's summer weight underwear, 918.GOMen's Sutte11.98.) This amount en-
I worth rill and 75e sale prfce .. .. 43oChildren's titles' you to choose a suit from twenty will convince i you that we do I tit 00, sale $,7a11 Bleached value for table, ,cloth:;i 'ii .' :Wid' 'iG 430
Ladles'l crnvenette rain in e, 0
winter underwear from .100 upNinth lots(shedae nifnelymade the most fast and Idlous as elegantly dresser could fln- as we advertise. I $800#Saleprice. .. .. .coals. . .,. .worth. . $..08 value for.. ... .. . ..... .. ., 400_
Anniversary Sale of desire. Fine home and foreign suitings Lad lee' criivanctto ruin coals worth Napkins worth of.tvleandtoneandlu" great, variety tl 1I.00NIII"( $7pg Napkins worth SEGOand. *, sale price.. .. 08o
MOSQUITO CANOPIES. of effects: tailored into garments of faultless (MX) pairs men's pants In all the striped Liidivs'/ silk rubber coat, worth $13.00 Spool Mill end cotton, h ,1 machine, use., 20
lengths from 1 to
fashion. f Ale| JH $10.08 0 yd 40 and
74 In. mosquito canopy worth $1.85, Kersey cheviots vicuna worsted sewed with silk throughout 45 In. white lawn worth to'40o, 13o
sale prlca . . USu! homespun tweed, Scotch mixtures and In Inrge various and Hobby l patterns 10,OUO 'I'd. yd wide bleaching,
; ; ; :w i.i.il..t.i-.o.1.111. :: : casuimere suits, In black blue brown to chose from values to Ninth Sale I of f gradesoft _
HO In. mosquito canopy drab>l tan and fancy designs and ; ranging' up Anniversary finish, per yard. :. ., ... .. .. lOo
single ,
UO In. mosquito I canopy worth $1.75. ...1,86 $4 latest styles only trousers which Very best feather ticking 25o !grade.. IBo
double breasted ..
all of this .
Cheese cloth suitable for mosquito bars ; season's" will appeal most strongly to men NC l.uJlcHVill. ". 811( In. white Jap sllk.regular HQo
ealeprlce. .. . . .. .. .. . 80 Rtyls; never sold for less than) $13.61)I customed to made toordeHKarinpiits.. Slip LaitlHM: white Iwwii waists, worth 800yd all wool tricot flnel grade 40o
Iuthieglcantfusale.: . . .. . $J.\l1I! \) our sale price . . .. . ... ..$2.08 from 75c. to ,I.r.o, all In ono lot..... .'Oe Inns In black, or bine 050grede,23o dress suit
Ninth Anniversary Sale of $9.08! represents. a lot of suits that lire the 71 pairs men's$4 grade blue serge pouts' 250 LndlcM. white lawn waists, worth 80 I.... all wool black batiste Boo trade,
product of the world's most skilled tail sale price . . . ......-$2.08 $3 00. Kalo price .. .. .:>. 080 62 In. all wool black and white batiste(. :iitia
LACES::; and EMBROIDERIES ors. '1'heyareequal/ and are guaranteed 150pafremen'e$5.00and$41.00all. wool Ltdlea'.lap, silk waist worth $\ )! 800 grade, sale. price . .. . .. 400
One lot of embroidery, worth 100,' salt to excel any $20 tailor mAde to order lCarwOI'Hted pants, sale price. .... .(3.40Ninth 48 in. all wool white serge, regular 1.50

price .... . ..... . . . BoOne ment or. we will cheerfully refund yourmoney. Ninth" Kr8de..aleprlc\l. . .*. ... .. : ... i)8oNinth )
. .. AgreatrnngeottleslKnalllthl Anniversary Sale I of .
lot worth 15o, sale price. Uo
. Sale I of.Men's f
glgtvnriosaleFollow I Anniversary '
On"lotl'01'Metcov"rembrolder3'wortll "_ :.:.:_:.:.:..:..:.:..:.:: ,9.9H Anniversary Sale I of f
40c, salu price. . . . . . 24oNinth Ladle <(<11 lovesLadles'
the crowds. All will Suspenders. I
I W.i elbow gloves In black and Blankets ami
i'' Anniversary Sale I of f About :200! pairs men's 10 and 20o enswhite, worth $l 1. wear, much better Outing
be here: during this sale. 'mmdHrs salo price . .. .. .. ..100 than silk. Halo price.. .'.... flgo Buy them uowat big saving.
Ladies' and MUU'M Handkerchiefs.One About BOO \pairs men's 25c suspender Ludlrs' black elbow kid gloves $3,00 100 pairs. gray cotton blanker worth

lot of ladles' lOa handkerchiefs, ante prloa 14o v..lu. a.s..I..I..lou.. .. .. . .... ,$108 $LI111. . .. .. .. . ... .. ..,. 74
Bale price . .. 4e Ninth Anniversary Sale of Alrn'sviandllboeueponderecnleprice lUc Ladles' blnck kid. elbow gloves $I.00 100) palraworth. $1.25. . .. 84
One lot embroidered h''' d'k..rchle'fe. l'Jen'baUnNuependerecaleprice: . :2lcNinth !( vxluecsale; .. . $373 100( ) pairs, worth $160 . ... :::: ::. uu
f. lOc sale, prioe ... . ., . 60 Muslin Ladles' bluck kid elbow gloves $.G..00 50 \pairs 1 half wool white blankets
Oneworth nslOo handkerchiefs .. 60One Anniversary Sale of f values. mile price. $349 worth $3BO...; . . .. .... .. lea
lot men's 12'io) handkerchiefs! 80! Beautiful creations of delicate fabrics for Ladles' black. kid gloves; $1 l 160) valaeeLUW. yds good fleece outing, light col--)
One lot men's loo hundicerchlefa. ... lOo ladle. of taste. 'Umbrellas and Parasols. sale price. ;. 980! ors, worth 80! sale price . . ..;. 6 -

Ladles' muslin petticoats worth tl.GO 100()( Ladies' and men's ________________________ 8,000yds extra heavy outing, light
Bo Knee Pants Suits. .and t2.00, sale price. . .. .. ... OHo umbrellas worth and dark colors, worth 12X" and 15o 10Motions. -
Y s I.adle muslin drawers, worth loo. 240 Too .and tl. sale price. . ... . 4110 Remember ,
200 Ladies' mid men's oraman. tt" um our eWe
Ladies .
t Boy's Two Piece Suits, all sizes, stayed on il\dle corset gowns,covers worth, tl.BOand worth 50!)$2 and'75 Uito beeline, worth $1.00. sale price. . USa t Little Things at

the Inside to make We them extra. strong suits forboys I I .. . .. .. . .. . B5o :Ll1dle.'"lorla.llk umbrellas, fine pearl closed three days preparing .
wbear. 30tbtu:: equal Iadleirblack: plttlcoats, worth Hiio. 40o and glided handles, worth up to ta.OO fig Savings
could bt elsewhere. .+ sale . . . .... . .. for this I I.
worth tl.50 . 080! price .t1.110| g gant
Our sale price . . ..:. . $1.1)8) Safety plus, all sixes per do*. ........ 10
----- -- ------ -- --- I>earl buttons, 60 kind, dos ,
per lo
H 80 Distinctetectein I boy's ultra. fashion Hal pin cabinets. . :::: -.:: llu
able Knee Pants Suits In all the swell- We Guarantee Each and Best cotton tape, all widths, per reel. lo
eat novel ties and staple materials. worth Every Article as Represented 10 doz ,,
l..dle.60"h"ndbRa sale -
up to $3.50, our sale price. . . .$I.Ot)! 1,000 yds beautiful all silk price 24o.:
And will cheerfullY refund purchase price during this Sale not satisfactory. This Store will be closed 4 In.wide Imitglnabla pure ribbon,
three every color in-
's suits I In the best "qualities days
Buy of goods two piece worth from $U to' $7, now. $1.23 Oth, 10th and 11th, to arrange the stock. This Bale:! is without a counterpart rn the history of Putnam eluding black and white, worth up to
I county We Cnt thu< Price, Slaughter,: the Goods and Murder the Pocket! Bouki. 25o yd sale price per yd', .. .. l IOu
----- 85o dress shields, a pair. .. . . . lOo
Hooks and eyes, per card.. . .. . lo
A dollar saved Is dollar combs, each ,, 30
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made. We will save you money anner S Wlln .. good\ quality buck towel...'. ... 4o

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-- There .la t German proverb which Not ODe of na, even the most good ;
says, "Man dart nur sterben um gelobt natured likes to bare his. mistake
aa werden" (We need only die In order pointed out. We may appear not to
to get praised). This, we cannot help mind corrections and accept them with
bat admit la fairly true In a general a smile, but 1C la human nature to
sense and if we required any proof or smart nnder correction although- some
confirmation tie epitaphs In cemeteries of us may be clever enough to conceal
churchyards end churches the smart; hence the fewer mistakes
would readily furnish It Indeed If we we call attention to In other the bet-
'J. Ho YELVERTON Jr. had no other testimony to /go by than Ur. Two-thirds of the mistakes we $
these pious Inscriptions we might almost make are trivial. Their correction la
fancy that men and women had unimportant. Why, !then notice them?

.. .. arrived at such a state of perfectionthat Yet some people do, and do so con
they were little less than nngels. stantly. A person speaks of baring
House of Lath; like time In A great healer of done a certain thing on Thursday; ,
:--, Furnishings all Kinds. _:;, wounds. a great soother of passions a when iu reality it was done! on Wednes V

great calmer'of turbulent thoughts a day." If no important point la involved
slayer of enmity. lie Is Hie peacemaker why call attention to the mistake T
II Rugs par excellence, having caused! What good does it di.> to have the exact
Lamps, Chairs Tables, Stoves, Etc., Etc. the snylng to gala general currency I day sot right It..is a matter of sl
of the dead ,
that we should say nothing no importance so why Insist upon correcting
but what Is pood. Among the laws of : the trivial error? Stanch
: the "Twelve Tables," compiled by the have often been }
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Decemviri, was one by this needle of useless correction.
; forbade to speak Injuriously of It is a great art, thin art of learning ', ,,
: ; the dead. It Is In exchange for this to allow others to bo mistaken when I
: SANTA CLAUS Has Provided a Bountiful Assortmentof doubtless that we are always doubly the mistake is unimportant. Few 6):. '
.. anxious and ready to vilify the living learn It, but those who do are among
Westminster Gazette. the most comfortable friends one can
... have.
", A Spurgeon R......
Good Things Spurgeon, the famous English divine Arbiters of Hair-dressing.. !
once passed! a stonemason who, "I want to learn tie latest thing In i
after each stroke of his hammer, cursed hairdressing," said tie visitor a* soon "
and swore. Mr. Spurgoon laid bis I I aa she landed in New York. "Take me '
Suitable for CHRISTMAS hand on his shoulder and looking kind to a hairdresser's establishment, so I
GIFTS ly at him, said: "You are an adept at can look things over." i
swearing. Can you also pray?" "No. indeed," said her New York 'i.
With another oath he replied "Not friend.. "We will{, gq there after you ; '
very likely." know what you wish to buy but the \
-- ,'-- '::I:' .:' --. '. -- __ Holding up S shillings Mr. Spurgeonsaid place to learn how to dress your hairis b

If he wonld promise never to pray in the dry goods shops. All you I
he would give him that have to do la to study the salesgirls'
"That Is .easily earned," said the hair. It is always done In the latest

: ; man, with a fresh oath, and put It In mode and they all do it alike, so you
YELVERTON'S FURNITURE his pocket When Bpurgeon left the cannot mistake. Sometimes it is badly-
STORE" man began to feel a little queer. When exaggerated but, of course, you don't
., 9 be went home his wife asked him what have to copy that" .
ailed him, and ho told her "It la Ju- "I didn't know the shopgirls were
das' money,", said the man, and on a your arbiters! of fashion hi New York" ,

.-' 520 Lemon Street 'Palatk Florida. sudden Impulse be threw it Into the "Not in all respects, but you see, hair- 1
fire. The wife found It and took It dressing doesn't cost anything.: To .
out and discovered who had given It have the latest styles in clothes er J
to him. The man took It back to Spur jewelry ia expensive but one can be '
goon who conversed long with bun a very howling swell In the matter of I
warning him, and at length was the hair without Its costing a cent. Besides "
means of saving him. He became an they are usually restricted In t

JI attached member of his flock. the matter of gowns to plain black or ; i

? possibly white blouses, so they take
''i w.s ,In Tater Tim. It all out in doing their balr.NewYork
'Ii'III--' The late Senator Platt of Connecticut Frees. ?
enjoyed funny stories and could tell a
-- ----- good many himself. Notwithstanding What It Costs to Feel and Think.
.. .. his long public life, be always remembered throb of
Every pleasure

. . .. a yarn that ho carried from his 'to the physical system, and two
I school days. throbs cost twice aa much as one. If
i .
5 One whoa the district schools
year we cannot fix a precise equivalent It
When Hunting opened In his town one of the teachers Is not because the relation .is not definite
Gay Brothers [n making a record of the ages of her but from the difficulties of reducing +
pupils as required by law found that degrees of pleasure to a recognized
: Christmas Gifts : one llttlo girl, who came from a family standard. Of this. however there can "
: : not noted for being especially be no reasonable doubt namely, that a
bright was unable to say when her large amount of pleasure supposes a .
The #
Grocers of East Florida
/ Leading birthday came. correspondingly large expenditure of
What would be more natural than to head for the store of W. S. FRY So In order to complete her records blood and nerve tissue, to the stinting,
the teacher walked two miles to seethe perhaps of the active energies and the
:. + the Leading Jeweler of Palatka. :. girl's mother one afternoon after Intellectual processes. It Is a matterof
': ': : Our stock was never more complete than now and new school. Asked If she could remember practical moment to ascertain what .
There are hundreds of Beautiful nail Appropriate articles here, and goods are arriving weekly. A few of our specialties: -: just when her daughter was born the pleasures coat least, for there are

all selected with special reference to this season of the year. Each article woman thought for some little time thrifty and unthrifty modes of spending -
contains untold happiness for the recipient. We want to nAme a few of ;: Ferris Ham and Breakfast Bacon, and then with a sort of puzzled look, our brain and"heart's blood. One ,

;: Genuine German Dill Pickles, said: of the safest of delights, If not very
the more important articles: "Well, the gal was born In tater
acute, is the delight of abounding '"
Olives in Pure Olive Oil ;
bulk time, that's sure but I can't 'member f
physical vigor for from the
Waltham, Howard, Elgin and Hamilton Watches : All the leading brands of Cereals, whether they was a-plontln' on 'em or the supply to the brain very la supposition not

.; I Vermont Maple Syrup, a-dlggln' on 'em.-Boston Herald. such as to Interfere with the general 'I,

all adjusted to keep time to the second. New Buckwheat, Retaliation. Interests Rain of the system.-Alexander

: Graham, A man who was a guest at one of

:; -:Diamond Brooches, Rings, etc., Bracelets, Chains, etc., :; ; Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPillsbury's :; the summer resorts In West Virginia Nothing Doing.
tells of a wedding ceremony be witnessed -
Gold A playwright discussed at a dinnerIn
Everything in Clocks both plain and fancy. in the town near by. I New' York the art of acting."I .
;. Obelisk and other The minister was young and easily believe," said he "In subtlety and

: Silver Ware, Knives, Forks, Spoons. : Brands of embarrassed. It was the first wedding restraint. A nod a shake of the head t
he had undertaken. The
"' prospective
Flour.Also a silent pause-these things are often l
Cut Glass and Leather Goods. Guards Chains Fobs bride and groom were both younger more effective than the most violent
and Btlll more'easily embarrassed
; the largest variety. of Imported, Delicacies ever yelling and ranting.
brought to Palatka. than be.Wlien. "Life Is like that subtle and silent
and Scarf Pins. ,
... the minister had finished the :
What for Instance could be more expressive -
service and muttered a few' kindly but
Best line of Fountain Pens in the city. ;. halting words to the young couple he than this scene, 'a scene with- ,
out a spoken word, that I wit
.. BOTH STORES had Just united the bride looked at once
Please! step into our store when you are casting ,about for something ': :; him, blushing but confident nessed In the country?

suitable for Christmas. It's no trouble for us 'to show goods. In fact we "Thank :yer," she said clearly. "It's near"An a noble undertaker mansion.stood lie on elevated a corner his

l like to do stf. They are so pretty. ""* shore kind o' yer.to congratulate UII.an' brows hopefully and Inquiringly aa a
as long as you haven't ever been
Lemon Street The West End *f E physician came from the house. The
married :ylt maybe we'll have a chance
s physician compressing his lips shook t
l to retaliate.
some day -Harper's

: W. S. FRY, The Leading Jeweler, : PALATKA, FLORIDA Sfe Weekly. carriage.his head decidedly Then the and undertaker hurried,to with hla j

a sigh, passed on."

Pa.la.tka. Florida.. .
The Earth Rooked For Ten Days. Italian Regard For Animals. tOn
---- ----- --- ---- ---- -
. S .. An Ancient Death Legend. The greatest earthquake that has the occasion I was a passengeron
Aa eastern legend says that as Solomon What Is Patriotism? ever occurred within the limits of the one of the lake steamers. which ply
e qe i oa
between Deseuzano and Rlva. It was
one day was consulting with his What Is patriotism? Is It a narrow United States since the discovery of
____ _ ____ u 'n_ grand vizier the angel of death appeared affection for the spot where a man America began 'California at 2:30: day of wild wind and driving storm.
LiC4cCrnuCO[CL CL LCL777777707Ctea:eC"L1oceCCncrG(79997777x9"J7n9Totaol7 @C' .11oerCeGCagr. and cant a searching look at was born? Are the very clods wherewe o'clock on the morning of March 20 At Snlo a peasant of a peculiarly truculent
uuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaxaaaaaaaacnncnocnccarneviailavaao: : : ; ..kuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacu Solomon's companion. The startled tread entitled to this ardent prefer. 1872, and continued until the 4th of type came on board clad In the
MMU::! u vizier Immediately begged the great ence because they are greener? No April, during 'which time the surfaceof shaggy cloak of the district and bear-
UoJ rlJ Ling to lend him a certain magic rug sir. This Is not the character of the the earth was continually agitated lag a vast blue umbrella no less indig
Home Nadet on which whoever sat could be transported virtue and It soars higher for Its ob- not being perfectly quiet for as much enous. With him, too, he brought his :
SMITH'S tsuu lu an Instant/ to the remotest ject. It Is an extended self love, mingling as a single moment The most remarkable donkey. Now even Italian steamers
t:::! Candy jI part of the earth. The king granted with all the enjoyment of life I thing In connection with the do not knowingly admit quadrupeds of
Wk.Ul.. I.IIW the request. The vizier stepped upon and twisting Itself with the minutest I whole affair (especially when we con- this she: to the shelter of the fore
!Uk.: .! L_ .. Uenutirul Fancy fluxes For sui -=- J uu::! the rug and bade It transport him to filaments of the heart. It Is thus we ,, sider that Mount Loa. Sandwich Islands cabin though possibly if they did no
a the center of the'desert of Arabia. It obey the laws of society because they and Mount Hord, Oregon, were great harm would be done or sentiment -
rrnChristmas Presents bore him sway Instantly. The angel of are the laws of virtue. In their au- simultaneously agitated) Is the fact violated. The beast, therefore j
: arur death stopped a moment In bis flight thority we see not the array bf force that the region around San Franciscodid was tethered on the open deck, and
CI"" to say to Solomon: "I looked. at that and terror but the venerable Image not receive a single vibration. The thus became exposed to the fury of
'" and the Holidays. eaa : man so closely because 1 was surprised of/;/ oar country' honor. Every good enUre face of Inzo county. Col., was wind and weather not to mention the
a to find him here as I had been //ntlz u makes that honor bill own and changed and thirty-four persons killed. wave. ,A British peasant would prob-

Butter Cup, Kisses, Tall/a: Mixtures, Etc. Special prices to all Church and E eU commanded to summon his soul an Not
many; generations ago mermaidsand let him bide. Not the Lombard.
was told that I should find him In tbj l as sucrcd. lie Is nllllng to risk bin so
U Sunday School 'Xmas Trees. We carry a full line of 3 center of the great desert." Then the Vlff! lii.lt. defense and U conscious! that mermen were believed in implicitly. Hastily divesting himself of his ampleovercoat

naaj angel passed on and a moment later ho gl, L/ls*rutectlon(, while he gives It.- '. Says the Aberd en Almanac ot he spread it carefully over-
Huyler's Specialties and Peter's Chocolates O'J met the vizier Iu the appointed place. FI.1er, Amen. I New Prognostications For the Year the lower animal's back and unfurl-
,- rl 1088: "To conclude for thla year 1688. ing his voluminous umbrella, held that
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\u\j: and'other fine Imported goods. French Crystnlized Fruit, Nuts. Fruit, etc. .4 l,i' payeth Near the his place tribute where to the theGerman famous Dee patiently his own-all over the the way asinine to Rlva.head-Now and

u't Hot and Cold Drinks, lace Cream etc. Cigars and Tobacco and us.: One trial will convinceyou ocean, if curious observers of wonderful here surely, was a !good man. merciful -
things In nature will be
pleased to bIll beast.-London Times. 1
an-elegant display! of high-grade Brier and! Meerschaum Pipes.L1 thither to resort the 1, 13 land 29 of

Lint '- .. .: that May and In divers other times in the Th. Invention of Spinning.
n| '
ensuing summer ta also In the harvest The Invention of the art of spinning

nn nn /\ S j I'-I'II-r" H 9 Lemon'k Florida S1oiis'Lifimeent: will time undoubtedly to the T and 14 October they was ascribed by the ancients to Minerva t,
BS see a pretty companyof the goddess of wisdom. The date
on irteJ77T777 !; .. mar maids, creatures admirable moo; B. O. la given aa that of the beginning
cecctcceovveraenrrnnnrnnvtnnwt. nnrnrrrrr.rnrrrnannnnnnnc ccrnnrrrrnstOtCAGYrFnArnrsursrl beauty and likewise hear their charmIng of the art In Greece, under:
Ll: rrrr.rrcirrrirrirccr.nrr.cinrn-laa 11t7GOOnnnLrJrEncCCrinnooGannrrsEifIl's sweet melodious voices
.. the direction of the king of Arcadia,
---- ----------'
-- - "In well
tun'd measures and harmonious but pictured Inscriptions on Egyptian
will relieve and lay.
soreness monuments show that the usa of the-
Extol their maker and his
I bounty praise.
Made It Complete. stiffness quicker and easier That godly honest men In everything;. spindle and distaff was known In that
When Lablache, the famous. operatic than any other preparationsold In quiet peace may IIv.. God save the country much earlier. The first distaffwas
Qualily You're After singer, was presented to Queen Victoria for that klncl" simply a stick around which the
her majesty, who bad heard of purpose. fiber to be spun was loosely celled
the artist's hobby, asked If It was true It penetrates to the bone. Nature her JttNt one pigment on berm linllettp.
held In
the left hand the
RomemborTho SlngefSewIng Machine with which she proilueiM all the marvelous ; uptndla wall 'y
that h* had a largo collection of snuff- 'quicken the blood, drives tints of .hraiiiy; and thai one filament In th. a sort of top set In motion by a twirl ,
Not for hut f.>r up-to-dntu, oonstru.n:" I 11 the He that it correct Mood. 'I',,",.holl-UM. plnktwnenth ihennim
oily: quality boxes. replied was away fatigue and gives strength"and nail.. the dnllme ran of the ohwli. the chem of the band the fiber parsing between,
8INUER than the rest hue barn In the lead for ynar.-nlw...yn Just a Jlttl.- better lie hail one for every. day In the. year elasticity' to the muscles. jf ilpeirawot the eye. *the an Imps all. the produced:Irrldvxce by tht hrlllliinre I blood. the finger and thumb of the right hand!
the tHNOER PU"II".8""lIdvlllltlllftll which you .may not know, Thousands Sloan's Joet n the permanent of a ...... This Invention was Improved. upon In
wl "Nevertheless, your collection Is not use Liniment will depend upon the purity, of the adore will. the course of time by
In the 8 ) placing the
but would b to snow ynll-b..allu. we are BMncliln spindle -
we <- plo'a."d which Iti\ .
for \ | ainted no the |" rnian aoa of _..
.. bMMliifxn.. and"u< know If from top' to bottom h..aM"V'I quite complete, woo the queen's response. rheumatism neuralgia! toothache I ..,-depend. | of thebluud Paint In a frame and nuking It revolve*
make our H"i lnjr lit It 'I'h. MI NO KB: may OH p.n "t fh. Mr..hiiinantof | | llere Is another for leap sprains. contracted muscles,.stiff Powder: anil eosmetles wont Drall ta p'o'io -...*. by mechnnlral action of the hand or
ii::. O. EABL.K.S, 417 Lemon at.: P"I..tk". Fin, who' will< b.. year."-Pearson's Weekly joints cuts bruises burns "' : ho den: :Illle.l: In Mtemen. the blwd.'" a I Pr" foot lii connection with 'a" wheel or
.1.1 l | ti "howou and sail. >'''lI i nuoord.ln;( rn your Ioek..t.book'CSH cramp ... iMMUIIter. becaim It provide* Mr na'urttlinetery treadle thus givingtha true spinning. ?
or colic: and insect par. blued with which ;
stings ills can
CREDIT.L.1Ypt1ACKS0 palm '
O' "Hnd ciyspHpslit or tndliri-stloii for 1'be n..or this' medlolne will olr.nM the skin wheel The first recorded use of this

f. snlcamaa' and Collector: UnliifarlllFl... year list. dlntmiied*. No.arp"UtfloAnd what. I dirt "PRICE 25$,!iOt. t al.oo 4 het:,rhli tho to fees oompie:;.f'i' :;",brivhten Sher, ..the:.n:1 :I was In the early years" of the sixteenth
me terribly liurdnrk
....... Blood Hitters cured m.-J. H. OrEorl5.5loan,8ostonMass.U.SA / he.ltll This whloh I. net I.a the. ameterl. ohUnt of banner century but It walt probably mad. and
peleut m.dlotno" b.o.u? used long before this The first spinning (
Walker Sunbury\.Ohlo. boitlelMXM( ujxia' It.wrem-ec a full i 110: 'I
nr the In1lrMleuu.' Irw booklet to Jenny, a machine working eight
; ::,4N
q Dr a. Y Pl.rea, tuxWq Y plndloa was Invented la 1707

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The County Commissioners.At READY FOR CONSUMERS.: a
The Palatka New
the regular meeting of the Now Furnish !
$$ county commissioners on Wednes- Municipal Plant Will

day the report of Jo'.I'rymalllllcNab City Water to CitizensThe
khowed that $115.85 had been taken council meotlug of Tuesday -

$ City Happenings and ;$ up In fares during November, notwithstanding night oily was one of mom than ordinary I '
11)5) school children had Interest from the fact that it I

E rnest' $ Personal' menllon.t. $ been month carried for fares free the This ferry Is the has beet yet was made here the that first public City Engineer announcement Craig oS,

: s .1 vN'ey11M "KMrs. the
M. William was paid $1.98 for newhmunicipallwateerlsystemf, H"
Fearnslde !Is spending
F, J.
the week with friends In Oresoe (roods furnished pauper Jas. Bradleybefore stated th at It reached such a state of' $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 1
his death.
that the city could proceed
City.Don't A bill was ordered paid for $28.00 Completion. advertise for consumers. The You want quality.
:!. to'
forget to leave your order for maps and plat of government! on motion requested
t, with the board of trade committee lands in Putnam county, and one engineer connect was the water with all the You want variety and new \
for shade trees. copy was ordered sent to Tax city sorvlue except the cemetery before ness. d

/4 County Surveyor Raymond l'rlce and lexHor The state Bu lIal'd.pension claims of AS-j I The January Palatka let Water Works and the You want them at a fair price.It j 1
has nt Creooent City
Anna Daniels, Ollv'rV.. Penrcu I:! Fuel Co. were
Do Your Xmas Ualnegvllle tills week. 1'. Jerkins, J. .M. Stacy J. P. Apploby Pltll\notified'ka to Gas lay, LlghtA(their pipe on Water 13 instinctive in women to

Wt..Mark's: Bazaar and supper was and S. I). Crews were approved.J. und Lemon) streets to a grade established want all these. And all these i
tinIr. Everything that was not< 'I'. L. Brown, H. O. Ham and by the city engineer, who Is to she gets when she buys "Queen i
sold the board In
L. C. Canova addressed
the spot. .
eaten on
was the wade liS noon us piisulbloThe ) shoes.
favor of a county exhibit at. the give authorized to Quality"
Miss Ann Willard, laughter! ; .
! Shopping Now. Judge; E. E. Willard of JaoksonvlllU Tampa. H.fair.J. Wylle addressed the boardin place alloor", hi the power around house and the Every day we hear, "Your
Mr and Mrs A. 8.: \Vi construct wire fence "
visiting behalf of lower freight rates for to order all materials new styles are stunning. AndSTYLES.
lard. travel for good roads purposes, and reservoir.. und also for making I houseconnections. IN ALL so you'll say when you see them. L
, The inimical comedy drama, "Ci urged that the state railroad Commission necessary. ,
pill at Vaenur," the first college; girl; bo asked to allow a lower council committee onw"t.er
is the time to The special>
Right now > play, will be produced here in the requested. to prcjiHie
: rate.The 1'"les'IIS CROOK Sob!
near. future. sum of )l,<100 was ordered paid schedule of rates. lor consumers ai d HERBERT Agent.
4 a
0 do 'Xmas shopping. out of the hard road fund to L. C
your Luther Drakeford has added the Uanova, treasurer of the hard road report at the next l.itetlur. -

111If Stocks are fresh, assortments ,, that fourth his chair customers to his will barber not be shop oblige, so nterlachen[committee iu road.charge of the Palatka- The wan committee grrtiled sidewalks further on sldewulk were I Hire.Urnnolithlc .Inspection ordered _ __._ .__ __ ___ H ___'_ __ .

best and to wait. San Mateo wag placed on the list Front street
their of
at the past
tit; are Mr.and Mrs.A. L. Glass of Brook- of towns entitled to a share In the. from on Reid to Mudlxoii streets.
be too ville will move to Palatka next road fund of 1U07. The width of pnvlng; on Lemon:
the advantage cannot old Peterma The road roller was rented
A week and occupy the county street was fixed to behot, last thun)
We have 4 residence on the Heights. to the Graves Shale Paving the streets Brick of 1)8 nor more than 40 feer.
strongly urged. Company use on to the
I In of entrance
y y S. E. Tubba of was 1'nlatka at a rental of $100, the coin- The-questlon
9 l neat and select stock of the city yesterday. Mr. Tubbs states puny to return the machine in !good city of 'the new Interlucheii road who wusrelerr..d I is
a that measures are working favorably conditIon and to give an Indemnifying to the city attorney
y for a growth of that settlement. bond to that etfect. to draft papers' us hhown.by mop; ofstreet ,
Xmas Novelties that will committee.The 2'rtfm
" Itev. M. E. Welch the honored On Thursday the board took n committee was In-
emeritus of Plymouth Cot- trip: over the new hard road to Fran- of
pastor matter
look Into the
t I make acceptable gifts to5 icretratlonal church. Pomona, was a 3ls, which has Just been completed. stl reducing acted tn the( expenses of the city

l i Also a few select q visitor lu the city Wednesday. Tie Sweetest Girl in Dixie. and report. Kt next meeting.
anyone. In the gale of .Weduesday Chief of Police 11 u nun was grouted
? the medium -slzed oak tree which This pixy, which U billed for the a 10 days leave!' of absence.
Dolls and Toys. In fact, grew In the 'street In front of the Howell I Theater to-night ranks with ..
the best dramas seen here in which ------ -- - -
and blown
article in our store 4 court house was uprooted the plot centers about the homo
any Jown. The play Is true to Southern:! life, ILnd The Christmas
f handsome Miss Elizabeth Close of Asheville. in the main reflects the hospitality,
would make a N. C., a former popular music tend- kindness chivalry and gentleuee
er of this place and Crescent City, I Is that exists In the southern heart yetIs I IIPl IUJ"r. SMYRNA. RlTOrt-Best on Earth. Also CKEX nuj
r useful and acceptable Holi t here for a time, the guest of MbMulhollau. not lacking In fire and spirit when Spirit. All Other Rugs. Sen: tliom.3APT. .
the occasion demands. The New
;,' day Gift. Liberty Moving Pictures will be burn, (N. C.) Journal of Nov. 22d 1 M. R. RYAN. HOUSE_ FURNISHER! ..
Howell Then says Do you know wlint that Is? It U
the attraction at the __. _
night, Deo. Utt. "Miss Qrayce Burgoyne who was the generous spirit-the spirit of u.
ear next Monday Prices be Babble, the Sweetest:! Girl In Dlxlt, giving. There will be millionsof \
la I For f the Next 2 Weeks with new pictures. will' made the entire house admire her by gifts made between now and
15 and 25: cents. the naturalness of her conception. the New Year. And I wish to
Mr. Eddie North of Uostwlck and 'Uncle Georgo' and 'Aunt Uallim'' remind you that my tore Is full
t We are going to give you special l 4 Mrs. Mary Wilkinson of this city made the audience roar with their! of good suitable. for gifts such an
the home of Judge oddities. They gave a fin
married at negro
', prices on many article throughout our were M. I. Coxe and by that ofllolal on representation of the faithful old Knit Goods Table Covers and

I'' entire store. We do this to help make \Vednesdayevonlng. negro servant. The other parts were Bureau Scarfs, Handkerchiefsand e

'Xmas money go further. We also wantto E The Palatka Board of, Trade hnnteroHtecl Joyed.good aud" the playWIIS I\"rolltlyen- Fancy Collars, Windsor Ties,
1 ; Itself In promoting a telephone _
make this month the Banner month ,
line from this city to Drayton [ Dolls. and Many ,
for business. We expect to double any Island and intermediate points In- Tie OrganRecital. Ornamental Novelties d:
E eluding Crescent City, VVelaka and The organ committee? the Prea
month. [
previous Nashua.E. I byterlan Church wish to announce All of which will express the anaf.

D. Dancy of Orange: Mills was last a on that account the recital of the which Illness was of postponed some of Christmas little Spirit\ cost amid to you.at comparatively Visit :yn HHyn n Useful Adides! for un
In city
visitor anjr
w prominent that the the performers will be given next : my store; It will prove a moneysaving .
Monday. Mr. Dancy says l"M
Tuesday/ night, Dec. 10th, at eIght visit to you.Respectfully in ?r-

Ladies' Suits for 'Xmas Gifts bright potato; prospects growers of for his a successful section have sea o'clock.The public la cordially invited to. inaS Holiday Presents: JuJ jnsr

While our suits are badly broken up, we yet E sou.Word was received in the city on come and which en will he be excellent given by program Pa- Miss Hattie H. Buky. "nu) Waterman Fountain Pens. ;QlJUli ttj*

have suits all of which will be Monday the death of the little C- latka's best musicians.A Kodaks and Brownies.
: a good many year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. f. "free will ottering" which will Eastman's "S
closed nt a. big reduction.Ve giveloU the cut C.; Holllnrake formerly of this place,, be applied to the organ fund will betaken u Gillette Safety Razors and Razor Sets.
will it is but> now living at Uowllng Park during the evening.;
price now so they go quick 4 The little girl died on Hunday.Mr. :! Meerschaum and Briar Pipes. oI

h yet just the beginning of cold weather. ; and Mrs. H. A."Ford of GaInesville Death of Mrs. L. T. Dupree. i Big Stock of u 3 Cuckoo, Eight Day and Gold Clocks. tin

suits worth to $16.00 are In the city this week, II'UeBtsat @ i and Toilet Sets. %
One lot of about 20 up yY. Mrs. L. T.: Dupree died at her hone ? Manicure
mostly plaids and stripes; these are positively Mr.the Ford home was formerly of Mrs general H. A. supetntmident Uruj- In Palatka Heights st Sunday! after New Hosiery r J min::! Gold Watches and Chains. q
illness of about two weeks.
I a bargain at $15.00 and $16.00, d Q 98 HRllrolld.Jake of the Atlantic Coast Line : occurred from her late horn, Just received. 1 Cut Glass and Silver ware. 311ud

but will be sold while they last atps on Monday afternoon with Rev. J. C. Hand Bags arid Pocket Books. Ui;
Myers, the well-known candy; Col I u ni of the First Baptist church I also I ULUll
Thin is positively the greatest suit bargain ever 4 maker of Cincinnati, and formerly olllciatlong.; The Interment was lithe nu Pocket Knives and Sissors. UL

offered; any dressmaker would charge $10 to he hits confectioner returned to the at L.city A. and Smith's:! will, family lot nt West View ceme Laces andEmbroideries g Guitars, Violins, Banjos and Accordlans.S 'MUl

$12 for the making. y have charge of the new factory soot tery.Mrs.. Dupree was ((13 years v Hand Painted and Fancy China. ill

"!3 A few 12.50 suits", will go nt . $8.98 I to rear be of opened'his new by store.James C. Kay iu the for and years.had been Yet more.she was or less specially an Invalid helpful : ) and I a Books and Pictures. ;'

A few $18 and $20 suits to close at. .-. $14.90 Miss Belle Welch, of Palatka, will in mitigating the sorrows of otliprs. i Full stock of all the above at nn R
to DeLand today and will be She was u good kind neighbor Infants Wear. min

Special Cut Price. ** cOllie the Vise guest Welch of Is Miss I a Sorosity\ Mary sister Stewart of presence and one will whose be sadly ministrations mined.D..c..I1sed and i Our display of Rowton's Holiday Bazar jN

Our entire stock of Long Coats will be closed }5 Is Miss[ a (Vaulx graduate and of of Hamilton Miss Stewart:! college, and; band Judge. Is L.survived T. Dupree by; her a sister hUR-,, I Millinery for the L :,:.: Himdqunrtero.. fur Toys, Dolls and Fancy OooJ '".01.
mid three
Mrs. A. 1'; Wattles neph-
off their real value. We want Ky., and of Welleslejollege. ; und Retail IB
about Lexington Wholesale
S out at i- DeLaud Record. ewe, W. K., F. D. und A. B. Wattles t Fall and Winter is B v
r 'JI.2 to close these out before January, and we give of this cIty.Three. >13 C. E. ROWTON Palatka.A'79ja : tin.
; Frank McRae, exrepresentavo ,
proving a great n
need them most at
them to you now when you of Melrose was in the city Cottages Burned.An r..u rrrrirrr I'CCCCCCCL L'CCCCCCCI9CL'CCCCI'C'17J7Inaaxaaiaarcrrcrretscam :

S prices you cannot afford to miss. Nothing betr Tuesday rlends. The visiting doctor among states his that many hewill alarm of fire between one and : f 1 attraction@1 .rr.hrr cc.r.r.c.r. : tnten 6crr., rcer.rr. Qt
? ter for a Xmas Gift. again be a candidate for In the the two occasioned o'clock by Thursday the burning morning three was :11 this fall. r J \ ;!rtmr.t:: \0\\ ; a "t T.'" 1i.

>. $5. 00. long coats, well worth $6, $3.98 Illce democratic of county primary treasurer next spring and small cottage near the corner of 5thind L i. ro ;i1 ::' .!/.' : '1/'jI-t'' ',$ :J, 'S> '

S while they last . . . tr that he will make a thorough can- Main street. Sparks\ from these!' } Miss Kale Lucas.
Turning cottages were curried far rk' ''
well worth asa of the county. IjrW for Everybody.
Onr$7.501ongcoatnna and a total of eleven houses caught 'jV
$4.98 L. R. Lynn on Monday received -
from these flying sparks, but. werelaved
'""' it, while they last . . the sad news of the death. ofhis by the active work of the fire
I > Our $10.00 and$1.,501ong coats brother Mr. R. H. Lynn, which iompany. It was a cold night and -

will at l. . . . $8.90 occurred at the family home in Cov- here was a brisk wind from the WANTED .1
4- go Ington, Tenn., on (Sunday afternoon.
northwest. Had it not been for the WQ Q
Our $13. 50 long coat, black and tan, elegantly y Deceased. was 20 years of age; and Is et work of the firemen Patatkmewould ,w'+ +f !"nCf7tfr!\ r10'707 err WANTED !
and little A N Il L A
his wife two
t > trimmed and well worth $15.00 $ Qf| children.survived by Mrs. M. K. Lynn, the [ have. The suffered work of it serious the boys con was IKrratlou. ::1t Ready for wUw'l: !t

while they last at. .. . I1U and mother was with left her here son the when week. he before died. ganization.fine and reflects credit upon' the or- :;f In New Store. 3 WANTED j 1 4

Our $17.50Iongconts .e.o.r .
l.l$12.50| r The cause of death was Bright' disease.

$20, to close I at . . Your Christmas Candy. 3f; A Fresh Stock of : ) THE KENNERLY' HARDWARE CO.
H. S. Matthews general; managerof ) ,4 ,
Silk Coat latest of fashion $30.00 Groceries and
r Long our a.i the Graves Shale Paving Brick L. A. Smith Palatka's popular j ,t'l .
goods and sold in many places d? 1 Q Clrtj y Co., Birmingham Ala., has been. in lonfectloner. bus an announcement Provisions : DEALERS l
.i that should
1 the city most of the week a guest at In this paper cause every j, Hardware, Stoves. l lowS, Cultivator. Water
P /
while last j '
and i
$40 .
1'j at $35 they Saratoga\ Hotel. Mr. Matthews' ender to sit up and take notice.Kvery 1 in a bright I clean/ ), stores : Coolorx, Ice Cream, Freezers, Amenta for ,
worth $3.00 to t successful bidder for one buys candy for Christ
Children's coats < | company Is the ; should prows) attractive. .
98 mis. They may buy u great many I'liiiiot Jr.Inipletueiits, OliverChilled
>< ti close out at each. . . P A paving he will Lemon be here and most Water of the streetsand time thor> things, but they are sure to I Our prices will do the rest. 11 I'lows. Atklus. Saws, Etc., ,J)

| Misses'\ llain Coats, our $7.00 grade and well that the work Is in progress. He )uy a certain amount wf candy.Imlth's 1 Hay, Oraln, Feed Stuffs. '
iti Is Palatka and Putnam county :::Ea Florida
t1-a. a
i; statoR that the work will begin; just a .
worth it while lust at. .
they the blocks for the ; headquarters for candy. Come and see us in the the
$498 as soon as granite Will\ pay FOUR CENTS, SPOT CASH for all
The bulk of confectioner mild herea
Good for cold as well as rain. ,r curbing arrives. Now Storo. ..A
ti .
cl"IUJ.VELLCU get, I .
the produce of Ills own factory, UJ:]> VANILLA they
Rev J. F. Bell pastor of St. JamesM. lid Is the art work of Frank Smith! it itj through
an \vlll for It \
continue tobuy and cash
K. Church south, will leave for Alex. pay l
Reduction.A Grainger :
Kimonas at Big conference next Tuesday and next ODe of whole the very bent candy' maker the cntlruseunoii :
In the country. These are tore
Nice 'XmasXIift., Sunday:: will therefore, hi his last Jlr. > bad all the year 'round, but In ex- j Cor. Lemon and 8th Sts. ''jlQ Bring your Vanilla mid gut the CASH.We '1
service the conferenceyeut In. Palatkatwo ; nt quantity at Christmas. want nothing but First Quality Vanllln. :
l flannellette Bell has served the church Then there are all the fine Iluyler / ''G UY4iNYrV
Our 65c Kimona( neat K J
nelnnnX l
; 49Cr yearn and according to the Methodist peclaltles lu boxes and the crystal- er nt jn ft
A patterns, while they last . polity may serve two years bud fruit confections, and Peter' THE
Extra and beautiful designs more, though, If the bishop so dlractll, hocolutts. Iu fact there. isn't a Notice of for j
;r; heavy OQ another Applloatlon Tax teed
he be appointed
a: 1'1 worth $1.25 go at. . . . i/OC church charge.may; here But faithfully Mr. Hell ban and served well and the btainod lung In at confections Smith's\ at that this cannot season be of Downing Notice, Is purchaser hereby of given tax that ceitltlonte(hen..A. I Kennerly Hardware Co., F'j

Elegant: LongKimonas $1.39gradeto I there Is a popular demand for bU return the year Mo. 53. dated the:3rd day of July A. O., j
I. 98c .
.o.u.r. who contemplate
: t 0 go at. : which will not likely be disre the hnse of confectionery, nuts, etc.pur-, 1905 lloe,, and bas l filed has made said certificate application In for my tax of- Palatka. Florida. .

Our J.GO quality I while they last garded. rlhe lay MessrsV.delegates; U.to Tllgh-! for i Sunday school Clir'.tmaa' treed. deed to Isaiio In aarordanae with\ law. m@I l W,. m!. ;::', !
: $1.19 conference are At the hould look at the Smith stock early Huld certificate embraces the following tm\I\ JiIm: m: lI d,.:: ..:...:
; to go nt . man and S. J. Hilburn. ser Its the best In the state. described
night Mr. Bell will property situated In 1'utnam
vice on Sunday I
Very heavy fine outings worth 4 give a synopsis of his annual reportof W. Seebna Jacksonvllln liquor county, Florida. to-wIt:

t' 1 $3.50 at I.l. . s. $2.98 the work of St. Janice church. eater was arraigned before Judge! TowQbhlp ilk :3(1( 10 Mariners, Range Luke:21., Section j,?,, Write For Catalogue Illustrating J
Rev. Dr. R. L. Honlker of Carra- 0..1e! yesterday afternoon on charge! i containing 10

t. : Short Silk Kimonas at. $4.98 and $6.50. belln.of a St.former James greatly Methodist beloved church. pastor 110 of county soliciting where and Its delivering sale Is prohibited.liquor In acres.Tliesftld l land being asaefsuil! at the Holiday Novelties and aiftaOlvlng Goods i y

3 Long Silk Kimonas: . $9.90 to $12.50. f Sa was lu :the city a couple day this fje..ba waived examination and was I In date the of the Issuauiie J.ot such oertllloiUe I
old Irlends. Ir.tlonlicer bound over to the circuit court iu the name of 0. GOBS. Un oss .
week, calling on 1.r.I,1, Dlumonila, (, ...Cs,
certificate shall
: be
l lWlLtaho.
of i 00, which he rmleumail no-
Taffeta Silk. will spend Sunday In De- ma $> gave.
Iltbt 36-in, Black Land and then go to Tampa to attend cordIng to law, tax dead 111 Issue tlir re- .. edtnine.

f J Nothing more acceptable ass 'X mall gift than a nice Es the annual conference of his Never can tell when you'll mash a on Witness on the 11th my ofliolnl day ot signature Jun'y A.and D. 1'JUH.,seal l slots Sllr.r ,
; church. That he Is esteemed at Car. lager or super a cut, bruise burn or Sn"o, ?
Silk Dress, and for 'Xmas shoppers we are QO. rabelle, as he was here I. apparent .."ald. Bo prepared. Dr. Thoman' this the 6th' day of December A. D 1007, Hrooohen, ..
t going to give you our BO inch bile Taffeta at UOC Prom the following item!" In the electric Oil Instantly relieve the [Seal] JOSEPH FKIOB, voles. Chuln., Tun.
: This price will last up to Christmas but we doubtif rimes-Union correspondence from ln--quickly cures the wound. Clerk circuit court,Putnam county, Fla. Loak.t., .eadehNm. !

the quantity we have will last 10 days at such that place last Friday "The people - ..nn.kz ChlaII. .

:;;;- remarkably low price. We also have an elegant grIeving of the over M. E.the church near approach, south are of + +=--.--- --.. ....'... oael "nd

:!. line of plaid aud stripe silks in shirt waist patterns \ the session of the Florida annual l -== Putnam: : : Jhacr.l.a.c'Y":: :: e:. I I1 "u kin...of 11Pln.

f and you will find the price on them right. (- inference. HO they fear that body //1 PA .ATKA.F ORIOA. !j .......11'7. 1"IL\.d
ioI will remove their pastor, Rev. Mr.
r '. :;;;- rlonlker. Under his care, peace and Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and ''i Itolt, HaekU No. 4'(.aa,Prim .".&!'. \E[
prosperity has prevailed and a gra- Patents. j jfftesonifrioN3 IlluitraUon M>!*.. .'
i clone revival of religion bas bl,,i sed I
$ the town. We here are hi* friends OARsruLLY OOMF>OCJNOI O. / GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville Fla. ;;
and he Is much beloved. by tb. eopia rsxe86Aaolaex1D. "Ollte Mlllorr Steamship Lo. .
>1 of his congregation. J. ....- ':: .... 1'IaES.!' Cbargs' '.
SUtfacUon CuwMMwI. W Prepay all forward"

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