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: January 31, 1908
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: UF00075922:00109
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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I ... When Religion! Call.J. I H. HilliardAn; Obituary. FIRE DAMAGESN. Moving Picture Shows. '

In bla boo "Worlc In Great Cities" Isaac If. Milliard, since 1881
-ox- The
... the WHhop of London writes: "You dept for the past five years rut I reel-I J. Tilghman; & Sons' Cypress Herald will Square give Moving exhibitionsat Picture t
have often not only to learn but to prominent In the business ulfahs. ot -. company
the Howell
1 prnctlca, whnt may be described no the Palatka died at the hospital In St. Shingle Mill.A with .tlnue to-night, ; }
ou Saturday:: m night
font and door trlclt. It H ruination to Augustine last Sunday, the 26th Inst fire which In performances. -

PEOPLE ARE MONEY TIGHT the boot und Boinettmes hurts the toe, The residence funeral occurred Third street from his late kiln of N. J. Tllghnian originated& Rons'cy.press a dry. This is one of the best compiinlas ,f''
: but It cotiBlHts. In rapidly, but quickly, afternoon. The Interment was Tuesday In the Bhlngln mill about 0:110: Mon of the kind on the road.. The company ,
[IlnHHIII.t the foot In the moment tho family lot at West View Cemetery day night, was not conquered until goes to the tro hle of showing
door la. npuuod In order, to secure at !Mr. Hilliard born In Butler both dry kilns, the dock Interesting pictures of the town
They've got it, but are holding on to it for fearThat's any rate, n few mlnutoa parley," As county Pennsylvania was May 11th, and $7,000 worth' of shingles were where they show, and they will '
to v\lmt he "After 1882.! He Witten.burg consumed. The dry kilns were filled have some Palatka ones on exhibition. -
may) happen writes: : : was educated In -
S with shingles and the dock At the H o'clock( matinee onSaturd..y
'r of\trouble ahead-- long licbltatlou It will be- opened by a College Ohio, In which Institution covered with others ready for ship was every child will be preaeutod .
: little\ girl nbout halt a foot, and then he subsequently served ns an Instructor ment, These burned fiercely and with u package of choice
: you will hour u distant voice from the mnthemntlcs and langua for 45 minutes one of the hottest firesof oandy.
What Wad tub In tlio rear, 'Well, Bally, who Kes.where Later hn he went to Franklin, Pa., record in this city was witnessed. One of the pictures of local Interest .
Hakes engaged In oil
I Trouble ; successfully
IH //t2 Then Sally will answer at the operations, and still later In the Insurance The alarm wan sounded /Immediately here will be the children comingout
: top of her voice, TloflHO, mother, It's business In which latter he upon discovery of the fire by of the public school.

1 It has already made it for us. The SPECIALLY presence religion..' of You mind will to cope,requlro with all that your retired remained through actively 111 engaged health; some until five he I by the lag. I the watchman The fire fire alarm companies at on the the mill city respondedwith followed build- realize method There of how are entertainment comparatively thoroughly has this. few become novel who

The time came, however, when overy years ago. Ue prosecuted this business -
alacrity and established and what .
fought the flames ; vast sums are
j BIG STOCK of CLOTHING for the door was thrown wide, open to welcome Savannah' successfully and Palntkn.In Philadelphia., heroically and Intelligently. There represented in moving picture In ..
bought "
we : "our bishop. -London Christian Mr. Hilliard came to Palatka- was but little wind, and what there vestments. i
Globe was came from the A few keen-visloned
west. Had It been business men
1881 and this has
trade city been his home from the east or northeast It Is more early. discerned thai vast. possibilities
winter it should.
not moving since. He was well established hereIn
as than
: likely Palatka with the
result that
A Lesson In Honesty.There the fire and life Insurance field at would have hada today, we
loss that would have been find millions of dollars large.
astound paying
Is la Brand the time of the In
restaurant streetIn
a great conflagration

Something Had to Be Done. which nenrly a thousand personseat 1881 business:! which portion nearly of this wiped city. out It was the surrounding ing. As It Is property the mill ,proper including and thegums all jpportunity dividends to of those getting who lu at seized the right the

'" during tho noon hour. Each per his ottlcn that / and electric power house, ware time. ,
through practically all
son eats what he pl naes and when he of the 100,000 Indemnity was paid. to houses on adjoining/ docks, etc., All this is possible only because raj
goes to the cashier's desk announces were saved. moving pictures have proved to be
That is our one and only reason for making a the amount of his Indebtedness. The our Mr. Hllllard married MIeSSarah J. Mr. John! Q. Tlighman/ figures the the very beat. niMfllitm. of entertain-
lost i iVe: tlndil
proprietors figure that to trust to tho MoVean of Buffalo N. Y., and their at between 17,000 MId fI8OOO.( ) moot vtluveo'it
honesty of Ibclr ta of home for 'l'he dry kilns cost $6.000 and cannot new-featured oil the programs of
patrons a saving delightful was
be unplaced for less first-class vaudeville.
than theatreIn
precious Wall street minutes and besides on Pulatku Heights, where they had that every
Tremendous Cut Clothesright \
on valuable amount It will take fully lp6.OOOto the world. Keith &; Proctor have
q la (food business. Once In awhile orange grove interests.
They moved into the city after the repltica tho dock and $7OUO worth ofilKhgrndo used them dully. for years. and they
keen eyed employees capture a client. disastrous freeze of 180G. Mrs Hllli h shingles! were destroyed. never full to hold the eutlni audience,
now--at this one season of the year when business is nat- .. One of these, a youth[ was "caught ard died September 17th, llKKI. Their There wile no Insurance. The rate as If spell bound. "
with the goods on" a few days ago children on this class o* property Is 11 percent There are numerol! new subjects.
urally good. We bought heavily in anticipation of a greatly Increased ant taken to the office of the proprie surviving liard of Tampa, J. Walter are Chan.Hilliard M. Hll of and the Tllglllimn's have. assumed constantly I placed on the uiuilceU

trade. Here it is, less than a week of Christmas, and ., tors. Given the choice of being arrested this city, and Mrs. Itob't L. (JtbHou the risk rather than pay such and the "best of these are secured by
Into the kitchen and of a rllte. the Herald (Square: !lov IllPlctuI.1t/ ,
or going Philadelphia .
no Increase. We are afraid hence our determination toUnSoacT The mill
to shut down fora Co., whose representatives are always -
dishes, tho Mr. Hllliard retired from business
washing John
man nearly
1 young
week, but Q. Tlighman said on the lookout for worthy fea
of some five years ago; since which
collapsed shame and fright. Ho
they would do
Regardless of Profit. : begged not to bo arrested and reluctantly time in he the has comp..nyof found. his greatest his books pleasure of- they will have not no place this except to store that the tures.Those who would enjoy themselves
agreed to wash dishes. For shingles until should .
which the bible was chief. He hadalways after the docks can be thoroughly secure seats early.
an hour or so the culprit, struggled restored. The mills 1
were running
: I been student in literatureund .
Look these
r at prices. : I with a pile of dishes In a tub of steaming the scriptures and during his next day as usual. INTERLACE! ITEMS
water. Then he was told he might residence in Savannah: he conducted If there was one thing more than
Men's Clothing. depart. Now he brines his lunch from a large normal class In bible study. mother thrust upon the attention of
I. he vast crowd who witnessed this The most Important event with us
home-New York Press He was a consistent membur of therebbyterUn
Ire, It of late. the election Tuesday
was the the In- was on
Suits which sold from $12.50 to $10.00 uow. . / . . . '," $ 9.65 church for many years. elllwnoci and heroism promptness displayed by of city officers. Hon. John P. Porter ;r2I
Mr. Hllllaid taken tho hospital
-!' 14'r" 18.50 to 22.50 . . . -J Jbe1 *.. was to Palatka's volunteer fire companies. succeeds himself as mayor; For
: now. . . . . .1288:: ; .hd wItREJ lu Bt.: Augustine _early .last
.. i COMFORTING They carried the battle right'' Into council, E. T. Bedding/ J. I. Wim-
2S.OO to 20.00 now . . .-, . :V:. ,'. 16.90 teway. week for- an operation for bladder the mouth of this h..llof flame and berly, S.: M. Coburn and Josiah Fra.
1roi \ -
.. 14 20.00to O.OOllow. ... . .. :. . ., ... : 19.25:: 't ht illany 1 iv Florida-Household Will I without> such bI1t'1)hyslQofeelwIi'operation. he could\ LUut not wok risks that paid companies would net; clerk of the court D. M. Cur
be sl ow"tigume.; : thoU; tax-assessor, J. M. DeTllls;
:. which sold from $10.OOto$12.60ntiw.'t- :i I'iiul.Thein So. live. The. operation was performed. Mr. John Tllgt.ma.n\u said to the tux collector, Z. Rushing and Frederick -
Overcoats ; the and
? *. > :. $ S.oo Tuesday, 21st appearedto News: "I wish B. Stoddard, city marshal
e vavld thank ::

t .' 18.00 to 23.00 now . . ,i ... 13-25:: annoying danaerous urinary disorders his bedside when the end came were gratitude lon't know how we can express< :T;;:':;:-" HS-but' some one was putting up
to them
a 28.80to80.OOnow. . . . i'L . Is enough to make any kidney sufferer his two sons, C. M. and J. Walter fought! and sufficiently. They Judge.: ,
17.85 took their lives in their
{ : : grateful. To toll how tills great change I Hilllard. They, with Mrs.' Gibson, hand to On Friday 1tev:-'-5... J. TowusenJ
can be brought about will prove comforting : were all present at the funeral.Mr. save our property and I can leaves. for Pomona to T*I _, over
Extra Pants which formerly sold from 2.00 to 8.00 now. . . ; . $ 1.65 words to hundreds of Florida Hllllard's life was successful the only tell them wo are grateful, but Sunday: where he will occup.

.8.50to4.ooI10W. . . . . :3.85: : renders In business affairs, .and hn left some uf I our gratitude hearts."comes from the bottom pulpit and conduct the service of Induction '
A. Oortlng, seaman, of 410 L, Ht. Pen- property,but what his children value of the new pastor Rev.
a" "- 5.00to7.50Ilow. . . . .1. 4-35 : Biicola, Fla., tells how to do It. He most is the example. of a well spent Woodwell, while Rer. C. E. Wilcox:
says. : "From my experience with life and the Inheritance of an hon- Card {/ Thanks.It of Florahome will fill this pulpit.
Doau's Kidney Fills I can strongly recommend ored name. Mrs. VV'iloox accompanies Mr. Wilcox 'J
seems Impossible to find words
Boys' Clothing. :. them to anyone In need of a Deceased had one IIvlnK'brother, strung enough to our thanks and will conduct the U. E. services

. Suits which formerly sold from '$3.00 to 4.00 now. . . .', . $ 3.15 good medicine fur the. kidneys Kidney Mr. Thomas B, Hllliard, of Brlstow, to the good people express of Palatka. for the here on Sunday evening. '
and backache caused. suffering Oklahoma I
u .. 4.60 to_0.00 now. . . . . . 3-25:: oomplalnt at Intervals for :years The me first- lose sympathy shown on account of our J. B. Hill of New York city was In 'a.a.I' !I
by fire .
on Monday night.; It town investigating\ real estate with ,
i "t a 6.IiOto8.50nolV. . . . ._. 5.00 '. or second attack I did< not mind, but ns Potato Lands For Sale. will take long time for the profitsof view to locating. ;
time went by they grew worse and at
our little business to cover such
times" :" laid me '!\". could hardly walk! over tlila section nfc allacquainted I. loss, but with the love and up good T. B. Hoffman and Mr. McDonaldwere <
t Reductions are on in all Departments--- and it was a diuiouic matter to straigncen with soil values. in Florida wishes of our people we are. still hap- in Palatfca on business this '
after stooping while the kidney se- have long known that for white >y and willing to work. It Is simply week.
' erotlona were Irregular and unnatural. potato purposes there is nothing nit of to find drove
question language; to Mesdames Brush and Styles ito
HATS SHOES FURNISHING GOODS. Doan's Fills cured me.From In the low 1
Kidney equal the state to lying express' our feeling for the Palatka Keuka to call on Mrs. O'Haver. ,
personal experience I know that this ands In lower St. Johns county Ire department.Vben we see men whom they report much better.G. .
remedy can be depended! upon to fulfill along Haw Creek. Several farmers work like these and face all the dangers -
' Everything New and of latest style. ;. the representations made for It"For .already there have proved their to help their friends and city VV. Hastings, who ball been a
sale by all dealers. Price GO cents value. our appreciation is stronger than winter resident here for the past 28
Foster-MllburnCo., Buffalo, New York Potato growing at Hastings has words. years, has just enjoyed his 81st blrtn-/ 1#
sole agents for the United States. proved a bonanza. to the big colony N. J. TZLG ,rAN 4k SONS. day, while his good wife of BO years
Remember the narae-.Doan's-and there engaged In the work. It is a has the best kept grounds and sur-
take no other. ret-rich-qulok scheme that Is built rounding the city, all through.her ,
on soil and the application Coming 15 Palatka. own efforts.H. p

FEARNSIDE CLOTHING Finn lot of Laces at reduced price of business, principles to the appetite J. VV. Livingston, representing theOr. D. Lewis of New Haven Is en
lit Miss Rnky's.You of mankind. Livingston Medlolne Co. of New our delightful climate and re
The potato habit, while absolutely York was In the city early in the toying he left the north when he
get the best groceries at lowest harmless, Is nevertheless almost week to arrange. for the coming of did. '
: prices when you trade with A universal. Florida raised potatoes he celebrated. Doctor John Wesley
Grainger .at the new store. ire .marketed at online when the Livingston, a doctor of nationalr..put..Uonln Charles and Harry Talbot of Flsli-
northern potato apatite Is becoming; the cure of chronlo flla- klll-on-the-Hudson, have joined
Eggs For !Hatching wearied of "the last year" varietyand uses, and who will occupy a platform their parents In this place for the
craves. the new out of the regu- on the Griffin lot on lower season.
COMPANY her northern season. That means Lemon street- for about ten days.
Mrs. H. T. Mann of Bloomington,
From S. C. White Leg- big prices for the Florida, spring po- Dr Livingston ts the discoverer of III., who with her children are/ at
ato. Potatoes do uot leave Hast imny remedies from roots and herbs, .
: horns-finest in Florida the old home, has been very 111 but ;
in the by the car 1011d- and has
ngs spring the credit for curing many Is better. Friends will be.
From ,, ist prize pen, $3.50 they go by TRAIN LOADS, and the chronic diseases. He wants the glad reported to know that S. Fenton is better "
grower gets cash for his potatoes at worst cases of rheumatism and indication
for 13. also after a serious grippe
per 15; $6.00 30; P. the depot. apply to him on his arrival cold. very t

Pa.tatt Florida.I Rocks and Imp. Pekin Haw Creek offers better potato mind promises to supply them with a
growing land. at a mere fraction of ure curative free of charge. During Mrs O. C. Smith of Oarleton and a
Duck eggs $1.50 a setting. the cost. This means the buildingup his stay here there will be a mu- friend were here shopping and taking -
of a second potato growing colony Ical concert from Ills stand every advantage of the bargains our t
Riverview Poultry Plant on Haw Creek. The man who gets night. merchants are now oHwrlngs. i i
In on the ground floor should apply
Irvin Anderson of New York city f

Palatka, PIa.1111"1'IIIiIWllh'IIIIhllllhCIIII1"1III11'I.IIIIIIII. 1OW.Mr.. H, A. Ford, late genernl I sup- Burial of Veteran. has just completed a very nice job at
k .4 the residence of D. M.Uorthell, completely -
I erintendent the A. C. L. B'y Is The funeral obsequies aver the remains modernizing an old fashionedfireplace

,-. I: ', ,i, : ;, !:' ,; III1'lIIm:':: the local agent Mr. Ford Is not afaker" of Mr. Matthew Moseley, who and chimney.W. .
in real estate. He has landsof lied in Jacksonville last Saturday,
Real Estate For ,Sale I proved value and he comes out were conducted at St. Marks Kpisco- M. Hodshou and wife of Dan- '
Delicious ; with a business-like proposition in pal. church last Sunday: afternoon, bury, Conn., are now et the Cubano.
[Peerless this paper. Read It. .amid the Interment was In the family Mrs. Hodshon Is.a sitter of Mrs. B.
I Fine two story dwelling Louse! in fiae condition on Kirby St. Bon Bons jj jjIP g lot InVest View cemetery.Mr. B. Savage. and has preceeded Mrs.

lot 100x150, artesian well and barn on premises. Half ,n!4 Sure Thing. Mike. Moseley was a former resident Savage by a few days.
andChocolates ">f Pnlutka. and Is remembered by all
Process cash, balance at 7 per cent. I pi The selection of Palatka. as the the I older citizens of the place. He The Election St&nds.f

Small farm of about 6 acres with dwelling on edge of town I iii next meeting place of the State was a brother of Mrs. E.M.Haugh,, ; t
[federation of Labor was. a just and of Jacksonville and an uncle of J. H, Judge J. T. Wills has sustained
Artificial known as "Fitzhugh Place." Half Cash. All Home-Made Candies =I wise one. Palatka Is about to come .amid A. M. Haughton of this city. the demurrer of the County Com ,

The Lippincott place on St. John River 5 miles from PaInt. to the front and redeem herself from He wns the only surviving; son of missioners to the bill of complaint
Stone Walls I Something new added fII her seclusion of the past few years Hon. W. D. Mogeloy, the first governor set up by Thos. H. Keating\ to set j
ka., one mile of river frontage. :. i and I twas commendable on the of Florida and was 76 years. of aside the local option election In this'

<&opJngs.and Steps Other properties both in the City and -Country for sale on !.. every day. part of the Federation to Rae let In a ge. county of September, and the {
a will lIon. S. J.
Mr. also "dry. ,
the work contributing Its share to- Moseley was a Confederate county stay i
"(Fjjt. easy terms Apply! to HENRY STRTJ1VIZ.jrjj .1' L. A. SMITH wards bringing the Gem City into veteran and served in the 11th Hilburn and Capt. E. Noble Calhoun
MTCemeteryjrk prominence. No city In Florida Is Florida Infantry. under Major Bre- represented the commissioners, and
-- -- -- y Lemon St., Palatka.I more advantageously located than vard. Keating was represented by Gen. r
d and : '' Palatka, and no city has a popular The pall, bearers were S. J. Ken- John E, Marshall and H. H. Buck-;
darfirglll'9tiitlll'iit'99t1'llii! : :Inillle9Mnl'ulaacennnnnrrnnmunrmnnnr
I: tion as a rule more energetic or more nerly L. C. Canova.' Dr. VV. H. Ro- man. ___________
It that Joseph Price, E. N. Cal-
Vaults hospitable; hut seems for olllierg '
ifater Tight ", ", ", Rome reason. Palatka became affected loiui and A. S. VVIIlard.. FROM :THE ANTILLES. 4+
A Gift of Lasting Value with the "die-back" notwithstanding -

pecialty.9ot i We have some these advantages Her good Woman's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Benefits 'r
\ Fortnightly Club.
stimulated by the board of
\ prioea or estimates If you would have your Christmas remembrances splendid offers in =3g trade however, have been revived The members, of the Woman's a City Councilman at. Kingston

treasured, choose them with an and. that good old town will yet liveto fortnightly; Club met with Mrs. Jamaica.Mr. a
ly to Palatka Real Estate I IInves'tments bloom and flourish as the green Holmes on Friday, January 24th. W. O'Bellly Fogtrtv. who Is a
eye. ta utility as well as beauty. One of the. 3g hay, tree. The facilities are In evi- The subject for the afternoon was member of the City Council, at Kingston {

| or 0. PETRE moot practical, at d one of lasting value, is a 3 I dence. They have been lying dor Japan." Jamaica. West ladles writes"s follows: '1
mant but the people of Palatka have There were two Interesting and Instructive .'One bottle of Chamberlain's: Cough 1
:= that will net you 3 united In a determination to wake papers, one on The "Hls- Remedy had good effect on a.cough that
Palatka, Fla. them up.-G.IneevllleSun. tory of Japan" by Mrs. Holmes, the was Hiving me trouble and I think I ''it
E 10 per cent. 3 ---- chairman. of the afternoon; the other should have been more 'Quickly relieved t
.IL7'o.4r "'The government of Japan" by Mrs. If I had continued the remedy. That It
H! Come in and see us Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe J I. H. Velverton.Muslo was. beneficial and quick In relieving me
; t s Medicine for Children. was furnished by Misses there la no doubt and It Is my intention

::: or write for ourS == In buying a cough medicine for children Anita Canova and Eileen Merryday. to obtain another hotter," For sale by f
RAYED never be afraid to buy Chamber on piano and mandolin. : folio wed by Ackermaa (Stewart. Drug Co. f
Watcha : list.I == lain'S Cough Bemedy. There Is no dan- Misses Irene Leeks and' Louise Boyd ,
r. ger from It, and relief Is always sure to rrptnno and violin. These numberswere Dr. R. Goldstein the well-known
ay-Dark Jersey! cow follow. It Is Intended especially for enjoyed by all and heartily en- optlo specialist of Tampa, Fla., will
H. Finley Tucker Ot>ughe, colds, croup and whooping cored. he at the Saratoga Hotel, Monday, ".
heifer calf. Mark alit perfect time-keeper, constructed and adjusted cough, and there Is no better medlolne The next meeting will be one of the February Brd, for a few days only, "

par, round hole the other; with the utmost care-timed to run within a seconda g: Insurance == not In the only world a certain for these cure diseases.for croup,It but Is club home of musloales Mrs. L., A.at Smith.the beatlful Februarythe new advantage where hn of can his be.skill consulted.and be bent-fit Take

rd. day. / == when given as soon as the oroupy cough seventh. Panes REPORTER. ted. Dr. Goldstein la well-known
and Real Estate. .. will the attack tit Florida and
A HAMILTON Watch doss not necsiMriry mean I ppe r prevent throughoutthestate
High Price. Whooping oough Is dangerous when Itching piles provoke profanity, comes highly r"col11D1.nd."S. If your +1'''
hn Ryals g: Office: == this rem dy In given as directed. It hut profanity won't cure thnin. eyes are weak or defective. and rev +'
the E == contains DO opium or other harmful linen Ointment Ollrelltch I nil', quite //tlnees, see Dr. GaUNtelnand. <<
_ S/V\ITH Jeweler. Opposite Court House. -3 drugs and may be given ss confidently: I (bleeding l or protruding piles artttr gt relief. Have your children's
Huntington, Fla. :::= to a baby.. to aD adult. For sale by years of Buttering. Al any drug eye attended to. Ky: examined

--- '-, uuummmmmmaUUf! ; ,Aokerm-. >rt Drug Co. .torI!. free. 1.24-at,

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% Tim PALATKA NEWS Congressman i -
W. B. Lamar It on a .

EnUred all tilt hunt for that enatorshlp, and His Conessftlon.: ASKS US TO PRINT IT. 1
a.. Pal .tka postoffloe a* the "Honorable Miss. gutlto: MlHor\\ the acknowledged
mailabls I II
matter of the second smooth a pretty > What State Editors are Saying belle of tbo ton"u. !had! icwor beans How To Prepare Simple Mixture

olawn.FHdar'.8! _ specimen of the genus politician then were bar due. This was owing To Overcome Diseases. Uerryday CO.
H will be ; A.
all ttlatka a wise move for the to her father's pocilllnr averSIon to all 'i W.
< Fla" on other candidate to keep their who To relieve the worst forms of Bhen- I
by eye young men milled his
on dough
glued to hhn. A Governor for all tbs People.- -I matlsm, take a teaspoonful of the following
But ,
RUSSELL Jt VICKEKS.W even If they succeed ter tin had a dlR ''uuurtlug way of mixture after each meal and at 1, lu
:! In this It will be only another Suppose we Ret outside of the old taking i>oM eanlmr of tho porch find bedtime; Deair5

.. A. SUSSBLL Edits, example: of "Now you see him and factional line to daub a governor. snubbing her Gallant" while they 'were Fluid Extract Dandelion: one,bait

now you don't." It seems to u* that a man who would waiting" fur her to come down ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce Crate Materialof

DEALERS WANT e Hon. John deal every fairly Interest with In every the state Individual would and be One evening Newton, Brown, a bnsh Compound Syrup Barnaparllla_ three I: I II
BTIParkinaon fill ounces.
of Day- preferable to one who I Is so young Ht\aln "camo n !"V too enr-
warped by Those harmless Ingredients cart be
TO REGULATE. toua, who la part represented Volu- motional bitterness that In the set ly for Mian Sulllo lir:i TIT! tttulNewton's obtained from onr home druggists' and all .Kln

Lit Tuesday, in Louisville,' Ken- sla county In the last legislature and tlement of every publlo question he father vole < I lo :ilileudt(, *. are easily iulx..d by shaking them well s. [
who did first considers the Interests of his but the !tiny had grown lu lupldly felt
tacky representative of the his utmost! to divide his In.* bottle. Relief Is generally
liquor "crowd. Surely we have men who that tho old gouttemnn cii 1 Dot iocognlzo from the first few doses.
Interest throughout the county from north to south, is now a have shown JI
country met on occasion that they little Kent ,prow In this tall, This prescription, litotes well-known P'ruitafld.Veetab1e' ;
i ., \ la national conference for the pur- ; candidate for the ofllou of county are 'broad enough to consider men Slinky jouth "It looks tip\ If It might authority Jn iv Cleveland morning paper .. 1'I

pole tbey .ay "of framing: a model 1 tax assessor. Unless we mistake not and ineiisurun ou their merit Irrespective ruin," tbo young fellow ventmed tlm I forces the clogged! .np, inactivekidneys

,h ." license law that would satisfy the the Hon. John will have a heap to Telegraph./ of factional lIues.-Starke "Uy v to filter and strain from and the I 1vi\

public by placing the liquor tramo explain to west county voter before Just what we have been advoca 'Talu't n-soln' to rnln." wall tho uric blood I1l'ldwhll'h th! poisonous l'al1oes..Uhenm"ti.1Il.waste mutter

on a higher plane of morality and be secures their support. ting for month pact. There Is en- grit IT -tesponse As Rheumatism is not only the most ." .
!. 1 tirely too much of partisan factional For" :ntxmt n quarter of nn hour tile dangerous -
putting 16 under better painful and torturous disease, but :
: They that control. The Society for Prevention ot Cruelty politics In'the conduct our govern- sat Ih Blleiire FIlIally the old innn'a to life; this simple. recipe will : Wraps.

,\ '. say the wave of temperance to Animal In Jacksonville 1 Is mental atfnlr Office holders have curiosity got the hotter of him. no doubt be greatly valued by many 1 1Estat

reform now weeping the coun after nigger who forgotten/ how to consider the rlitht "Who nre you nnywoy?" bo growl] sufferers here at home who should at 1I
.. 'if try must be met by a united effort of use profane and of a.L1ln their zeal to further the Interests ed. once prepare the mixture to get this
' other vigorous expletives and .the of their few chosen I
partisan II
; : the dealer relief. Florida. 1
,); themaelve to "wipe outP' lash while friends.V resent the idea "Newton Brown, sir. Palatka
driving seem who wouldtake
ornery It is said that a
the "
dive and disreputable saloons." ingly so prevalent "What! Not old Jajia E.ov.tt'o eon?' ,
throughout the dose
Thus the thin regularly a
are reformer prescription
: .They are alarmed over the situation gradually state, that there are but a few : Yes, sir;?* few times a
very or two daily, or even a '
'1"':::' and lay "that something must be tripping us of all the liberties of life men of either and both factions who "Well, well," said Mr. Miller more week, would never have serious KIIney i I!

S ;( done Immediately to check and freedom of expression deliveredby are fitted by nature aud training to kindly; "It may.rnln; It may rain."- or Urinary disorders or Bheuma- -
pub- conduct the .
tbe fathers. In days now rapidly affairs of state and we Everybody's Magazine, tIHIn.

t '%., Ito\ hostility toward the, tramo." passing It bag been thought/ that the claim that our Florida. Is filled with --.. _- --- (Jut this out. and preserve it. Good I ----- -
:\ <. Well they be men-not politicians respect which really .
... may alarmed. An every Rheumatism prescriptions
fr ornery mule (and all mule are or- as fully equipped those $100 Reward $10 : A.eeno
;\'j, enlightened; and an outraged publIc an few relieve are scarce, indeed, and when Rea.l :
';' ,', have determined nery) furnished the greatest of all of the factions who clamor for the 1 hit realtor of thin paper will bo plpiwod to you need ir, you want it badly Oft
J j to rid themselves known Incentive to offices from one campaign/ to another. learn that there I la nt limit ono dreAilod: disease here will either sup
profanity. and they
"it', ..'1i : of this national curse. It I II preposterous that a man who was not a past master It I* high time that new men, new .tbatftoloiiav,*fc... ana him Ib"'I.boon Cntnrrh able to cure Hulls in atiirrh All. Its ply druggists these ingredients say or make the mixture :eeyc..oJ.:: L :t\I.t. ::Sun, J(

; for tbe saloon to talk to tbe in the material new ideas-Idea* of only Jure IB tha. only positive tiura now known to ready to take If any of our readers
art of It* deliverance, as what Is right and best the medIcal
; for all-be fiatornlty. Ouuirrli bolng a ooufttitutlunnl >
,;:t..n moral. sense of this country now, well a* an expert in the application chosen to fill the Important offices' dlaanao require a constitutional so prefer. PALATKA, FLORIDA.

;_ ''1f.' : ..about putting it upon a "higher of the lash had no business endeavor. Madison New Enterprise. terually treatment, acting Hall.. dltootly Cntnrrh upon Cure the la blood tnkou cud lii*

L ,\I.. t. plane of morality." The people i to menace mirfncuB of tlie. ftyntem.. thttrohy .. ing steer this mongrel cultivator Decided By TF. Negro Vote.- troyltifr tlie, foundation.,, ot the and
(7 .' know It diaoHwe giv been In kinds bought sold exchanged and
cannot has only of all
be done. All kind of the cotton Held. When the reformer ing the pa tin tit airttiiRtb "by biilldlug up the000Dtittliitfl .Young Jack lubbs : Realty ; rented.
: 'f-: of regulation have been tried and The herolo fight made by the temperance and MwlHtlnK, nutnro In doliia Its tho limy for n few months, but there
iiiJ\\ .': the saloon has remained the of the cities finally succeed In substituting people of ;Marion county for work. I he proprietors that they Imvexo offer mtioli One fcnth Jluuilrod. In ItsauralIvoiiowora In not a uioie entlumlimtlc sea dog In I Headquarters of the Southern Brokerage Co.

'1> same the esthete for the old time the abolition of the saloon appears Dollars. for any otuto tint It lulU' to cure. Head the v\'hole of his majesty's service, He Office opposite front of Putnam House
: blighting-curse. Ibis business that nigger aa a navigator of mule to have failed but they have the top UH or les Union, lainAddreoB .
*, then, nindo for and received
recently application
ha satisfaction F.J HUNKY A CO. Toledo. OTaicv .
,. no respect for law, and it cannot and not till tben, hall the lion and down to defeat knowing In that they go Hall. Fumllv, Plllu for uonutlpatlou. the usual leave and proceeded
.. be classified put under control. It cannot be the lamb lie down together, and a' 1 that the mnjorltp of.a good the white cause,people and I Tb. flint suit light within tho pl'ee'eot to London mid his mother' house. ::1
Into "dive, disreputable little child shall of their Mrs Tablis lives on tbe third floor of ---
lead a horse to country are in favor of ', limits of thu United 'Slates
and reputable" grades. They alt water and-make him drink. shutting/ the saloon out. In Marion was fought lu the Hunuu..r of 1030 piopor off a house lu Cnnibor\v, and when he BCEKECcoBCBBncGGoaaunnaa13it U. P.0cm.l'r..ld.nl.RAII.syJ, 8ooy.wsiv.a and HiLiIAI T...,....
are alike-all a moral evil. ...r county, as In the otb-er plaoea where Clock Island between arrIved Bt her address he stood lu the t

S There 1* but one way to deal with The State ITxif. the saloon decided have by the won, tbe contestwas vote. Gallop, \\'IUt a crew of Cvptalu one man John and doorway and bnwlod up the stairs jj Let us know your fcj: The G. Loper Bailey C
--- --- negro "Mother, aloft tbcret Jack' come
41 1" tbe saloon, and that Is to extermi- The varied agricultural; horticul- These results treading *o fast on two boy, anti a force of Block Island gg
home I tho \tludonr''
nate It. No regulation of a moral tural, live stock, educational, mineral each other' beads only tend to emphasize awl Foauot Indians the victory tematulng Open cried the LtGrocery Fire Insurance
) S S evil can 8Ilcceec1. for the principle 1 II and industrial product of twenty- that John 8.Beard was right wIth CaptulnjQallop "Wny, Jacky my door, | if :
three of Florida. most magnifIcent when months ago, he warned the old lady from the lnndlngv"ivbatever's
wrong and the people all over the counties together with product of people' of the danger of negro suf.- wrong With the Btulrs?" "u. 2a Leading American and Forw

country are coming to see It, and, every kind sent in by scores of Individual (rage In the state. The truth of Mr. Often The Kidneys Are "Stairs! cilod the weather worn tar

diagusted with their futile attempt producer representing; every Beard' prediction bas, however -- with Ineffable contempt "'%%'bttt do I Wants 1 gu Companies

\' S at regulation by legal enactment, section of the state, is what Floridians come sooner and closer home than Weakened by OverWork.Unhealthy know about stalr? Just you open u if
: and thousands of home-seek any of u* Imagined U wou d.-Pen- .
\ the
:: license and all otherwise the window and lower a rope Accident Insurance
they are be to
log visitors from other states will see saoola Journal. u and we will pleased g :
Kidneys Make Impure Blood. maID deck and be quick about -
r resorting: to extermination as the only on exhibition III the nine big buildIngs .. '.'. 5- with the beet
''S It used to be considered that only London Exprca. JJ furnish you gu The Travelers
effective remedy. They have i ; of the Florida /State: Fair which WHY ..- of Hart for'
will be held at Tampa from Febru. should urinary and bladder troubles were to be .. .. ,. goods obtainable at eurprisu g
5,.; learned that law and the saloon have your baby ufferJj.'When he 1 II traced to the kidneys, .. '- -
ary 6 to :2J.: Even at this late date it Fretful and restless
dofti Life
r low Insurance
experiment on JJi
nothing common, for they are diametrically Is expected that several other counties blm and uee now modern jnKly prices. :
any old-thing .
opposed. The one or the owing to the magnificent pre- JJ\U.CJ)11fJ.\ .. 'j}<... ftottla-of your neighbor Wbite -.-. 'affl *jrpvea that None but First-class goodi JjT

;S' other must be defeated and the people niijnis ottered and the III at Cream Vermifuge greatest known worm have nearly their all'-beginning'cniS--SCSj; hen YouTake dud shelf room here. We The Old Reliable "((jerlalib'Life" : '',
Petulance that
S are decreeing that the saloon w lit evide Ce. medicine and cure for all children diseases 1
uu in the disorder of
T convince of this Ha
will of
fallint to New
want York
but without addl- It Is mild In Its you
: ; must go.-Live Oak Democrat. tious u. ; action builds up .-' these most important
thJlt'": ; wilt be represented at the system make thin puny babies fat organs. so como and see for yourself, gu

Prohibition in Marion count ws hf"! 'a larger number of counties Mrs. J. O. Smith Tampa, Fla. writes : The: kidneys filter ColdOne order in to Marine Insurance
defeated o:.a have ever been represented at "My baby was thin and Btokly could .- and purify the blood or, phone your ygj : :
the vote
-urothet ny former state fair In the country. not retain Its food and cried all night.I that is their work. No. 84 and it will receive gg
In blaok." ..-'f00 The array of products will be used one bottle of white' Cream Vermifuge is attentionto
: more negroes superior Therefore when your kidneysare weakor way to pay no and careful atten The Leadimg Companies
S u ? to that seen at the Jamestown and In a few day baby was of Order understand how it develops I prompt
ud than at the election two out yon can it ; at least not until ...
exposition, according to the leading laughing bappy and well." Sold
by; entire is affected tion.jj .
quickly body
year ago and yet the "wef" major railway official of }Florida and Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. how your seems to fail to do its into pneumonia, or All Claims Promp

ity was reduced from 00 to 20, accord- others who attended the exposition. duty.If .every orgau bronchitis, or pleurisy. Another Free delivery.

;. Ing to the Ocala Banner. In addition to the /grandrray of Condor Individuality. you are sick or feel badly" begin Is to ask doc- u Settled.
S products exhibited the amusement We bad the best cbanco of studying taking the great kidney remedy Pr. .way your

,;: The Congressional contest In the attractions will also be superior to the colors of tbe condor bead. The bill Kilmer's Swamp-Root because as soon tor about Ayer's Cherry Pec- L. C. Stephens Offloe.)IB Front 8t EAt&Tat. hi

S Third district has been further complicated any hitherto presented at any state was born color, and tbe red skin of the as your kidneys are well]) they will help toral. If he says, The best

,. by the entrance of Hon. the fair,Fair large;having or small determined the directors to spareno ot 1 1 bead extended down, covering It about all will the convince other organs anyone.to health. A trial thing for colds," then take it. :j I Grocer 1:5:

S. Uaunitte H. May of Monttcello, who expense in making the coming I half ny. The legs were tan, but on if you are sick you can make no mistake Do as he says, anyway.A l
;S, Fair a crowning success in : each knee was a patch of red. Ou tho and Morris Streets New Stoc'kI'
Kirby t!
1* a vote getter. Mr. May has been every by first doctoring jour kidneys. t2
feature. Fully !800 of the fastest run- breast of each bird tbe skin was blood The mild and the extraordinary effect of We pobII.Ite'tsfhrw"ial' i
l so persistently before the public durIng ning horse in the country twice the : red and could be seen occasionally Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root the great W. b-mUh loobol Palatka Florida. :
; the past 15 years as an applicant !number that was expected, will have when tbe breast feathers were spread kidney remedy is soon reah/ed. It from ourmwxUo.il.>* |; Garden Seeds

tI --S for office that he is prominent In arrived in the city before the end of and, the birds were pieenlug Both had stands the highest for its wonderful cures i/ers, W nrv.* jou yourdootor tooon.ult

all parts of the state. He Is especi- the month in order to compete for light colored wing bars and tho pil- of the most distressing cases and is sold ooo r. r. r.CC C Dcn I for Fall
purses amounting to $25,000 offered "" --- -- ---------- I' Planting
its merits all
on by
., ally strong lu west Florida. marlcs were well worn. The skin on
for races during the great sixteen-day I tt When the bowels art constipated, poisonous -
druggists : ;
meeting/ half that number having; : the throat bung loose and the lower 1 and one-dollar size substances are absorbed into the Our low
The DeLand Record says that it is already arrived at the track, whichIs mandible fitted close under tbe upper. bottles. You IIlnyhave blood instead of being dally removed from ,1J prices are as

understood that Governor Broward the fastest half-mile track In the Tbe cbln was orange red. and below a sample bottle Home of Swamp-Root? the body as nature intended. Knowingthis G. B. MOBLEY H as seeds of equal high

and W. a Jennings have come to a country. Whereas the original; estimate this on the neck was a strip of greenish by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you danger, doctor always Inquire sbout ( )II I

7 parting of the ways because of thegovernor' of cost of putting/ the great yellow merging Into the orango how to find out if you have kidney or condition of the bowels. Ayer' Pills. I quality* can be sold.

circus and hippodrome wa $ oOUO.the about tbe sides and back of the neck. bludder trouble. Mention this paper :.d*by the J.O.Aj.r Co., Lowell XMI.-- Fine Groceries r ,
S refusal to appoint Jennings sum of fl>.UUO having been addedto .- I m, ( We handle absolutely I
; Tbe top and front of the bead were wheu writing Dr. Kilmer & Co, llingImmton ,
to the vacant U. 8 senalor hlp. secure several additional European red, but between tIle eyes was a. small N. Y Don't make any mistake, Could W. Live on Mart7 Merrvdny Block. opposite I nothing that has not

The enmity of William Tecumseh and Oileutal act Every show of black but remember the name Swamp-Root The physical conditions on Mars era Kupperbusch's Restaurant.We .
patch and these
to be seen on the amusement street extended Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and the nil- Iin @ been I
S Sherman Jennings would mean the many nays Intermediate between I carefully j
down In front of the Into grown
will be absolutely new aud novel, eye dress, Biuglmmtoil N. Y.,on every bottle. those round handle only fresh
S'' addition of more than a thousand not one having been seen In the the orange red of tho cheek. Tbo pupilof upon the earth and the goods, both In fancy groceries : from the choicest '

friends to the governor. /South: before being engaged. A the eye was black. but tho Iris was moon, end It seem )plausible that the 11.9 cm and farm produce, ( ,

most notable sporting; feature arranged deep aDd red and conspicuous, Tbe American Woman In Carman Eysi. life existing upon It should similarly and solicit a share of Northern Stock Seed
The announcement of Park Tram- only this week will be the bo of hIgher! type than that found
: bald and wrinkled pnte the flabby American girls, whether born or ou your patronage.
mell for the office of AttorneyGeneral greatest; wrestling tournament' of Jowls with tbe cave.In expression of a merely brought up lu .America evidence the moon and of a lower type than @? You willliketheappear- ( I for seed purposes, and I
tIle world' history, lasting/ eight Hint found ut Iresent ou the surface of ance of our store and
of suited the critical
Florida ho met a most hearty and toothless old woman-these bolped to the same Independence of judgment to most
days arranged; by Frank M. lie eulli Hveti If tho stock and our low prices -
reception from the press of the State Barnes, the noted theatrical magnateof make up the condor Individuality. ,.nntl the same complete self reliance physical condlllous c i will
a. no understand 4 appeal strongly flarket and Garden -
and seems also to have caught the Chicago. Purses amounting to William L. Flnley in Century. It Is hard to SlY whether tills .squally favorablewith them were to you. Suppose you

popular fancy. Mr. Trammell Is an 120,000: will be awarded to the victor Is the result of tbe education In the earth CivilIzation those on tho ) come and see us. Trade.

e--- "S in this clean and magnificent ALL TaB WORLD public schools and college or Jo their nould by no means il?
aple deserving young gentlemanand sport, III which the champions of all and fioedom from that condition of be a necessary consequence, Had It I G. B. MOBLEY, I
Ballard legal
a a stage, Snow: Liniment @
we are pleased to think that the classes* of America, Germany, and cot been settled by Europeans the
plays a most prominent part. It bas no subsenlenry to which the Pulatkn, Fin.
5, Chances of his nomination are bright. }France Scotland Japan. Russia, superior for Rheumatism, stiff joints gentler sex Is doomed In older countries. Culled States would mill be a wilder 1 ( 1 AckermanStewartDrug

t -Mlldl on New Enterprise Italy, Greece and other foreign outs, sprains and all pains. Buy !t. trywliobsuso4Balld'8now Max ness. how much less should v>'e hasten ((11j I
nn.IpIaa' will nomn..t.- Tim "I.m. .I.. __" "_" _.111.. _1____ ,,__ ,.... ,__..._.._ von Brandt In Berlin to accord cIvIlization to a planet of
auu a. uuo Deutsche Co.
.$ --- plonsblp of ; cll- ': dl irth'freat IVU "DIU Lliflfl Rcruo. which we know
S A* If the white democrats of Florida of little except that If I )
Japanese style wrestling,
U. a living proof of what it does ne were transported there For
In their efforts to outlaw the known aa Jin Jltsu will be decidedIn Buy a trial bottle. 25o bOo and 100. Quit a "Character." we should instantly llc-Professor ourselves Palatka Florida I
.aloon hadn't trouble Tampa on those days note Is n "character" ; W. New and ,
enough) But The Fair will be officially opened Sold by Ackorman-Btewart: Drug Co. given to a 11. Picketing In Ullr"",, 'Magazlne. Up-to-Date
servant on leaving her last
'L.r here some that prize crank heifer situation;
lit the hour of
noon Wednesday "Tbe Furniture and
from Kansas, Carrie Nation to augment February 5th, by Governor N.. B. bearer has been In my house a

the trouble. This old girl Broward and from that day on merriment A Wastsd Motion. year less eleven months. During this Oranges and GrapefruitWanted House Furnishing Goods -

will reign supreme. A large/ "Ladles." called the president of tbe I time she line shown herself diligent at
should be to understand In
; 'S given no number of the most famous statesmen afternoon whist club-"ladles. It has I the house door, fiugnl III work, mind at very low prices

I .... uncertain way that the people of and diplomat of America, been moved and seconded that there ful of herself, prompt lu excuse and bettor
No Go
; this state do not require assistance Germany Italy, Spain and other ball be no conversation at the card honest when everything was out of the Writ nmrki tor In..rle.the...country. to

S : of Kn lisas cranks, male or female In foreign countries will visit tbe city tables Wbat shall we do with the motion way.-London Tit-Bits. J. P. WIrSON Cnniniluilun,

S1 S i : the settlement of our own troubles each while Ambassador the Fair is will in progress be accompanied and- ?" 1111 "..... Ut., INtlliKlelliklu.Mrrrhnnc!".. R. S. Mooney

;i and that the sooner she gets out the to the local port by a warship "I suggest that we discuss It while -,

,I ''"' better It will be for a cause which from his own country. Special days we play" piped a shrill voice from Palatka, FlorlJu.Undertaking .

S.. crank of her calibre have retarded and special events of Indescribable Table A. aud the suggestion was adopt; AWFUL CREATURE WASNINETY S J)4H1i1IfltflhI.Fence) (
magnificence will mark the entire ed.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
making ridiculous. .
S .: by period, for which Tampa's hotels and Embalming. I I 5lke.t Scads ccc's V.1.,Ii, List.5 itfed.\\ I

.I "What' In A name?" Well we boarding/ house and private citizens If you haven't tile time to exercise I I
hare prepared to care for a larger S !aos'essClMCthT
r never thought there was much, except regularly, Woan's Hegulets will pre Order For J
number of visitor than ever attended vent l'ublleatlon.I .
constipation Ibey Induce a FEET IL
In a good one, but there seems a fair or exposition In the south. S LONG !. 0.V'Z' .
mild healthful "
action of the u"
easy, "i.Vi'\ Clr i Oourt, ElKhth' Jndli,' Olr.S Irse .
S to be a heap In that which the young Trafalgar. bowels without griping./ Ask your cirut""m Uou.ty, Vlorlilln I Chan-: Lew p.im.edi seelke

Count Lasilo Jeno Maria Henrlk druggist/ for them. :25o.
. : Trafalgar was not merely a great na. Kate nn1, "piiinant. 1

: Simon Szoheyetil gave to Miss Olady val victory-It was tbe most decisive Ralph It. na'Vel""dll"t.: f Bill Wvorcs for ,

;) Vanderbilt last Monday. It Is and the most durable In It* result of Awed Into Humility Recent Orewsome Experience of a aipenring by ftmitvit J
Man for Chicago blU / spitentled to the
.S aid that when he came to the family nil the battle of the world It not man, If not woman for :
t woman the humility and terror of IJ.Ip'i'tlltov'th .'Bnlht"t"LMm"..!1V.y 11..1
name of the groom the priest un- only gave England naval supremacy, Americans In Man Is Sample of a Series'o IInn'.I..II'. | of the State
I the presence of Eng For sale by
jolnted 111* tongue and It was several but no **a dog bal barked at sea 10" .Id""t 01 "Seattle In StrBwraon
lish peoplo of their own class or S -' 'I", he I. Son
S against Great Britain for all the yearsthat over GI M. Davis &: I
seconds. before he could proceed with above It Is, with whatever care disguised 5- Such Cases in year.' ant, that the r It no
have 1 hiicMtte
supervened or likely to do of Florida
the ceremony. There la one latlsfacjlon. 10 for some :year to come. No other' a pathetic thing.-London Out iii. eurvire: of Milhpoena woid upon itni; wbom int'l, PalatkaFlorida. _

I, however bis wife can call him battle ba. look. lIo.-r"'I''nl l"r..II"1' It I. ttiuntfore 0"10".01 .b..t.....1
had such
ever a result-Pall ttufriant bV and .lie
Marl until she gets; on to the twist. Mall Gazette 1I..d r.'qiruj. 10 appear to the Bill 01 Voiliplaint I. h.'by. Order For rabllcatlonIntheCllrouuOoiirt .

i Marl, or Marlar U a 'inline quite But Hard to Tell. During L. T. Cooper's recent visit to physician In St Louis was recom In said cause 0" or tsfure Bluhth JuilloliilClrrnll., !

common In American soolety. Don forget. for woman that 'Dr.. weakneMeaand Pierce favorite delicate Prearlutlon. Vat la the real, essential differ.ence Chicago, where Ills .new preparation mended to me, and I was under his A.M0l'1DAY.b.8rd 0. Iltit VAY of 'EBRUARY, 'Putnam Uounty 'Iorlll.-Ill Vtiitfl0O'John

ailment, la not a patent or aeorel medicine' between. mushroom and toadstools nod theory created thetisual sensation, treatment some time but as usual I bill wilt: lie taltea: ". the allegations of said Irving Anderson,
Detnrmlnecirto -- being the "ruvorlte J re.orlptlon"of articularetliltiated ?" many hundred of people brought obtained no- relief. foidast eoiutu.,4 by said be. vs. lot ViVO r.* I
f Bill
m4"e a fortune atone and Kradualed ph)nlolan, ensured In enormous Internal to "So It I. further
parasites the
the prainlao of his chosen upaataity% -that ofdUaiiaea "Exactly the difference between a many people asked me to try publiShed o..l.rect that this 0..1. be I Edith May Anderson. ) I
I MI iwoop prominent citizen young: man which had left the system Cooper1 once a weei for l 10iP
ave It "
of women-thAt tic tnifretllenta are feast and preparation that I decided w""ka I" the oono"ltu'he appearing- by: emdnvlt appenil ;j
I k of Tampa I II endeaf orlng- to secure printed In plain' :::nii.h on every 'attIe.wrcppsr a funeral. -Baltimore Amer after taking his medicine. to do so, and after using It puhll.huct In enii Piitka News. a new.papei' I bill niwl In the '.hpalatwl """ IbOI'i
for ll.oullly..... I""""
,that U la ,heoniy medtolneenieolally| ican. a law wit,55 Mists. Kdlth May Anderson, the Iw'1"1.
Among these 1
', w pace at the fair for the greatest dtMlRned for the cure or woman dueanea thai. people .was Mr. EmU day, this awful thing passed from my the mu, IIIIY my h..n.1 anti nln..1, Neal thIs. I In flamed .la a non-realdunl of the' Slu' '
He to contain no alcohol and the only one that him "Wlnkler, who brought to Cooper a system. I feel muck better 01 O.'r,ice. I Plorldn, and ibe l" a reildunt or tW/JT !
S how on earth. hopes engage a profeaiilonal endorsement worth more than A blithe heart makes a blooming visage. tapeworm that proved tobe over and I want to lay right already, Moal JOSEPH/ PRICE, I dent I''........' Oily of Brooklyn, State WJ t
Col. Robert MoNamee aud Mrs. Car- all the ao-ealled ''tatitlmonlale I ever publishedrorotber '1 .-Irish Proverb. ninety feet In length. Mr. Wlnkler thank here that I '- Clerk I York,over ill. age of .wenty-oner. 'illSI,
Mr. Olrouu I "
Cooper '
medicine Send for tbea. endorseacme a hundrec. times n Court.l"f thai hsre la no lu tfie State <>
: Pie Nittlo.il for three date on the they are free for the anklntf.A who reside at 182 East Ohio Street: what his medicine tag done for W>Xtt7*"D pHIC.I"PUty Clerk. I tia l upon whom person the a rTloe of HIIOP"l "::
liquor qusitlon morning', noon and little bokofiome of these endonemonlt. THO JOTof Chicago, bad this to ey of his experience would not take for me. I I HoiiLitor for I I would blo will be cent to oddreem pool-paid.and al 15.000 Oomiilainant. .
any > I and $ IMfi
living III to have good health. Use ; )'or five I bave been have that that '
:year I '
chargta one dollar for each .olululr tree If you miuwit 1 am by pontal thing back In ha cod hereby ; to api> $' IU :
card or letter, of Dr. H V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Herblne and you will have bushel of I more or lea complaining. I have had my system again." i I JIm 0'OOlllpllOiOI required OltfU la auld vau.. 01
.5' Admission. The gentleman figure y Joy You need not be blue, fretful and severe headaches, and-any food that I Jlr. Winkler la a fair! sample ot the I European I bufturSMONDAy.tbsndDAyOrMAIWH. ,
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that after meeting all expenses be bavkuche.you enffer dunlnewi from pain periodical or draKKlnff headache downaenaallon have Mist bail taste In ;your mouth. Try would eat would nauseate me. I would' exltorleace of many during Owner's I Restaurant I .A.'i

wilt make not less than U7 .OOO on low down In the abdomen weak 'a bottle of Herblntt, a positive cure for have bad dream almost every night; 'I stay In Chicago, and this no doubt Furnished I less Otherwise* the allexstlon. olld"'troo'':
I :batik have disagreeable and weakanlnil: : catarrhAl all liver complaint E. llurrdl. Aus.tin dizzy spells would compel me to quit helped to account for the Rooom. wtii ba taken a> 000"1
with her I
/.1 the deal. Carrie Nation pelvlo drsinor are In dlHtreoa fromhemS Texas writes enormous Sans
: ale of Hot
longon your feet then you may be nre i work. Black spot would appear be the Cooper preparation In tbl and Cold I 1C la further ordered thai hl"puMKIUHl O':' ,,,
Ii hatchet and Robert MoNamee, with of baneni f rora taklov J>r. Fierce,.; 4 have used Herblne for over a tear, fore my eyes when stooping over and city and other*, recently: Baths i ones a week for rive .::..

r liU, overcoat, would make tbe itrongt "'!::rt&ra! ::.. Pleasant Pellets-the bent and Had It a fine regulator. I gladly rising quickly. I would feel tired most th. :youug man. Ytalted by At .I m.h'.5 She Palatits $ewl. a .P'f"p'W .
of theamusement .. native recommend It as a tins medicine for of the time In fact I had life In We \\ In .w(leanly Md wjSj ytf, .l
** drawing, card In history and regulator of the bow.' They Invlgo- no sell and will be I my h.n.l and '
ir Tribune. rat* atomaon liver and bowala. One ft ass. Dyspepsia. Sold by Ackarman-Htewart me to speak of tor the last flv* :year explalu tha pleased to diaries Kupperhnscji 5ayt .OU.17. llJ .
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THE SHREWMOUSE.Superstitions 9___. -==0 Special Master1 Sale

/___ 11 IN SEARCH Of A \ About a Harmless! Little II How a Marine II I Orders.} o which the UNDER AND for.ulo.ure and f.OB rendered A PM-Irt
Slipped His II Obeying : ,II I MR. I going the (Jlroult Court, of tho Jusfiobci!
FATHER. Animal
g IL Cabj I Olronlt of the Iuue of rl PutnnraCounty
i( The shrew or shrewmol1so..s It Is ASSURANCE. by the Hon. Jfumm T. Wllli, Judge
I Hh
along of Mill Oonrt, cluKKl I tho day of Jet
commonly called is found In nearly all [Original. tCopjrrlsht, 1907) by El 0. rl1re.U8.JTbera without uary, A. LI, IMH, wlmrelti Blmtfon Bnotu i.
r _ ago a man and his wlfa' and parts of the world. It la distinguished ffiuslgn 1'eabody should have been In wan a column of us riding ICrlalnctl I herself, Complainant Wllll ,, ', ,,and,, ,I.,'iP'l Wlllm will' 'W'rli't.:,

t boy baby settled In village In New by eyo.an, plantigrade elongated/ pointed six: toed muzzle feet, small and the navy a hundred :3'ears ago when along tlio highway In nets of four I The Ice season was onT and II < aiiL'tloti hldilur,at for the reels front diHir of tli" ., .',

_5, England and let. up housekeeping In glands that secrete a musky fluid. Altogether tho men were treated more like brutes when one of the cavalrymen swayed, of young nice and ivometi were for In Plutk".I., ..11 Oouuty of Putnam,$..
than human beings, Instead of today lurched and from his saddle advantage or It for the 01 <. 01
a small way. Why the; chose to make It closely (resembles a mouse, pitched Bkliuiutng FIttHT MONDAY IN MARH. A. T>.. 1 U .
i J the plac6 their home no one knew but It Is really not related to the mouse when every sailor, whether officer or ;Just as we board the report of a rifle surface of otic nf thoBuj-IIttle. b & being the Inc tiny dnr* *.

i Neither worked for a living but tboy family. seaman, bus his rights. But there are At the edge of the cornfield twenty ing uldnu the i'nimt, of* Long < spun I IIu the, of sale! on, tUiit day. tUvfollowtnift .
her .5
11 <, did not appear to be In want of funds, When at home It i Is either under a natural tyrants who are by nature tyrannical rods from the road was u puff of blue There. wore Moiro.Marjorle put That oertnln tract, ploo or parcel' of land,

'Their; station seemed to be tha( of: pile of rubbish or In a hole which It and Peabody was oue of smoke direct us to the bushwhacker. mid.Quthi'lo I'llguioie. Tbere "' runners the Ice with'111 aptJUrtHiiiinuoii the Onunty:: of shunted Putnam,, Btatoof lying flint iriorUln ,bIg -- ,

----1 upper servants has burrowed In the earth. ;It Is nocturnal them though ho kept within the regulations We bad Ibo fences down a'nd'ro'l.1.I. lot more, but those three are the nnd inorepartluularly do"rlbod ft. ful.lIOUH ,' .
but the
4' The child Arthur. ns he grew from in Its habits but perfectly harm using insult, Instead of committing ing toward the spot two minutes. later ouch who 1I1ot11l'0 In this story ,aee Al I.that to-wltt tract or purest of lanil altl't In 's;

f babyhood to boyhood. was of a widely less. Yet at one time Itwas much disliked a -rloiatlon! of an officer's restrictions. but bushwhacking more \\im ilih( domtneurlng and < In : : UreNcH'iit Olty. and ''
Is cruel
War enough, danger. "' 'ynf,, .- HH Iwlng the north fifty
i,different type; from bis parents. While and persecuted because It was of thime,, iwuleNH 'men. uhoso *'' (IWl) ( 1"1.) in plotted '
farweCan, Twenty-fuiir
Is murder. A yacht
f they were homely he was handsome; thought to be a dangorou, mischievous Tom Spencer,was a marine on board Dimply ness I In UMHill.Y Mil)'. With l>y U. (1. l>yko, I, ,, 1H70 and,
flros lute column Ice and file In II,001o'IL's'olli,,,,of I'uttiam a000.
bushes himself and on
L |while they were dark, ha, was fair animal. Among the Italians! the notion' a United States cruiser. lie was a a counted for fur miuv, tbiiu hu/ I ty. Florida, tog"th"r all building axaiIniproveinent'
( |while they were of a coarse grab. was provalent that the bite of a shrew I good, soldier always spick ,and span of marching men. Whether ho wounds tittfHIiully. "%'III'lh.& Mono wax < IIhuddr.. ,1, theroon.

!/ there was that about him akin. to the wan extremely poisonous. The Trend, I and was well educated. Tbo reason or whether he kills the war goon. on nnd. lliouuli roul hurl a very .. It JVIMIK HUUOll V.Master WALTON ln UhA '

f manner born. and the English believed that It a for his enlisting In the marina corps ;just the sumo. The government would prerltiHon of diinia-r. especially. of was F. N. OALITOVN' ory.

Finally the source from which they shrew ran over an animal's foot the was that lie hoped some day' by good feel tho ]oss of a mule more tban of a nttendliiK, "li' 0 liimtluir! \' : tbe ap i Hoi Ml tor for Complnlnaut.Pulnt Ja:,. H&tli 1UUS.Notluo .
('drew their Income seemed be failing animal felt great pain and eventually conduct to secure a commission. For man. was loml of. aIJU"bo. uudk of no
{them. The man-'Trnlnorwaj his name became paralyzed; hence -If a horse some reason or other Peabody conceived "If column Is bushwhacked was hi inori foiiil the ii this unine < the, of Applloation for TaX"Dc
your Notice Is hereby given
P-made frequent trips somewhere no a cow or a goat became a little stiff In a dlnllka for Spencer Some lug n\or k'U on HU'H' runners.
him. If bo hasa
find the and No
man bang ;jr. of tax: eOtUtloate ,
tone knew: where, 004 on his return the Its limbs the foolish people at once declared sold the reason was that I'eabody had home burn It. I'llltmoio bad ;joined the party Mlior.. purchaser the 3d day of June, A. D ,

{ family's finances seemed to have 1m It "shrew struck" and.tha poor been appointed to the academy from Bnyitlde hotel u stranger to of her 1909,d"t filed said certificate in my
- [ shrews had to suffer In the !gutter and It had failed to make Those were the orders and everyman them. lie had not ..
proved, but only temporarily At las consequence Jiuvn' : 1 trem office, and has made application for tat
I the woman died. Attea! her death the Of course the "shrew struck" animal him anything but a gutter .nl)>e. while remembered them as wo rod* hours before'every girl.sot her given deed to issue In acoordanoe with law.

____ [father disappeared leaving bla son. had to bavo something to cure It. so an Spencer had enlisted from tho parlor down on tba bushwhacker. We found him. This dldu't matter much Mor Said onrtlfloate embraces the foliolog

____I now about thirteen years old, to shift ash tree was selected and 'a deep hole and could only be a gentleman.. .Be where be bad knelt down to laIn ,,,aim of tbo men except: Morro. who sail of described property .Ituate In Putnam

L f for himself. He bad not been requlrot was bored Into Its trunk. Then a this us It may, whenever: Peabody got but he bud dlmippvnretl. L<"lft cu rods been attentive to Miss Kent and county Florda. t.lt

I [ to work and, now that he was thrown shrew was captured, put alive Into tho a chance to put the Screws on to Spencer up the bill wan a wretched pole (cabin were supposed to-.bo on tbo eve narrow Net 25 o' Nul seotoo 19. township U, .

r_ [on his own resources, knew not what hole the hole was securely plugged l. he did It In as irritating and disagreeable with the roof sinking la. It Imd no engagement When tbe party from range The said ares.being assessed at the

E to do. ne desired to find his father and the Innocent little animal wag left fashion aa it could be done. door at the Opening mill no sasheS at hotel and wont down to tbe Ice party data of the Issuance of suoh oertllcat

_ wlth-u view to having hut wants provided to die of starvatlou. There was a fire smoldering In Spencer'l tbe window Tbwe was no ool'-uud; 5 it was expected that tach of the too In the name of A, W, Lawtn. Uol. 4,,
for as before lie wandered Tho Ignorant believed that after breast which nothing but the mutiny would take out a girl and $hllt said certificate shall according

['about aimlessly doing odd jobs and Buch an act tho ash tree had power to laws could, keep from breaking ,tbu cooking wus iloiiu, ut a/rutlu' fire- Morro would< take Murjorle having. to law, tux deed will Issue thereon

_[eking' out a miserable existence. cure "shrew struck" animals, and jut Into a volcanic eruption. place. A gill who: could not hove been What did Prlgmore do without but on the 2ttth day: of February, A, D.

Two years bad passed In this Way whenever an animal became Inactive Tbere bad been a liberty party on over eighteen mid who wan poorly ing preferences but band the IDOft.

[when one day while he was at work In or a little numb In Its limbs Its owner shore and Bowe of the leave men had clulhud( suit barefooted nut fit the Trout to a boat and get on himself. down Witness my ofilclil signature and eoa
this the 23d< day of January A. I>. .
_fa Held ho saw his father drive by In a hurried to the "shrew ash," cut a got Into a-fight With the natives-tbe c.WolslDoliln" a pipe. She Raw us surnnce was just what again [Seal] Joaapn Faxes,

|'buggy. The-boy ran to the fence and switch from It and switched the cruiser was lying off tbe 'coast of swarming, up the bill hut did not girls and Marjorie couldn't help Clerk circuit oourt,Putnam county, Fla.

', f.called but did not succeed In making "sbrew struck" beast The smarting Peru-anll when they returned Peabody move Our curses llllud her ears a moment ing a coquettish glance at her .

_____ibluWlf, heard. Running after the Bug-' caused by'' the switching naturally was officer of the deck. Spencerwas Idler, but she puffed at bet pipe as much as to> say "Isn't It nice Notice.The .
- _ Iffy. he followed It for miles, now losing made'the helpless animal move about one ot them and gave evidence: of anil, looVfil ut preferred by thin splendid.. fellow
'a Tit, now regaining sight of It, till atlaslIhe as much as It possibly 'could, and In a his part In the fracas by having Ills us", inditiesoutly."Wiseju tbe others Harry looked matter annual Ic".Unl of the stockholders
IH tbe wail \vlio, lived the of & Heights .
It short time I "cured." uniform torn to shreds. Peabody seized "Have ever run an Ice : that
saw turn Into a handsome couu- pronounced you
wa.s held
Street Railway Co. will be
shot} you hunrd It. You must know eaaed"e
[try piaca.J upon this to storm at him and his ; PrlguioreV" be asked for
tl the city of Pnlatkn on Saturday,
., Arthur was by this time exhausted, Women and "Sport" 'hatred getting the better of his discretion who It was." "I was born on one," tlla.uii February 1st, 1118.) There will also

f so'he sat down on a stone to catch his When a big shoot takes place In the used .a common opprobrious "Didn't dun hear nor see uutbln'," plied gayly and. !letting out the cltcb up be another meeting on Friday, February

I breath keeping! his eye on the place coverta near one of our country houses epithet In connection with Spencer's she replied. be started as be WAS bound to to say 7th, mis.

_(his father had entered. It was a theoccasion Is made a sort> f society mother. Like a flash the marine's right There was only one room In the everything to lead the party. trou WM. P. CRAIG

[,Sightly! place, the bouse being large gathering. The ladles of the house arm went out and the ensign cabin. Lyingon the Door under the hadn't gone a hundred yards kind President.

land the grounds spacious. Be won- party grace It with thel/prgsenco, and sprawling on the deck. rude bedstead, with his gun beside before .his sail jibed tbe boom ; nervous" .

dered? who lived there and why his other ladles of the neighborhood are Verb was n casa of mutiny... In some the man.Va hauled him grazing Marjorle'a head. ono NOTICE. _
to be allowed the honor such of the world's navies In time waa the
[father went there. How beautiful Ute glad of even ot "There'll be trouble there :
_ outdoor without resistance. The wife Notice Is hereby given that the
I'Inuit ha to one.who could call such a company. Thus a large and fashionable peace to strike an officer means death. ed oue of the men. "He doesn't general Annual Meeting of the tockholdnri .
C As party assembles and while arch The penalty Is not' so severe In the on the steps did not rise UI nor cease ice boat"Moat the '
place home! soon as be bad regained bow to sail an of the Wilson Cypress company of
j!, h(4( wind he got up and ran on. beat is In progress the girls and women 'United States navy: but It menna Imprisonment to puff. She did not look at us nor of the couples stopped to your Pnlatka, Fla., for the year 18O8.;will

The: place was more than a mile away, try to look on unmoved while a Spencer was put In Irons at him. The man was a squatter per. the favorite. A strong wind was be held at the office of the company

and he was some time In reaching It, wounded hare kicks and squeals upon and charges preferred against him haps twenty-two jours old. lie was Ing from across tbe buy. (' like In Palatka, 11".,on Wednesday. February

_ |When he did- ha entered a large gateway the ground for minutes which seem Interminable It was in tbo hot season/Kf jl there is "white trash" and Miss Kent were well out I cram:). 5th, 111( ) for the election ofdirectors

with a massive stone pillar on to the sensitive onlooker no telling bow long a..time uiuS-v-lmflo-: \ "Bring agepel".dStie..rtan, ice when they were 'observed tbe other business OB

(either aide and followed a winding until the beat Is over and the dogs are before a man may be brought belt**,- ) ieaneup"iigaWs'tice. old. 'TBry-towHUo* something but' \ move- may come before the meeting. .
driveway to the houso. The hors his loosed to finish oft the cripples. And a court martial. ,It was probable"that cherry tree and looked l at wife and was not apparent"*"" J ...* of the Fla., Jan.. Oth.WU.ION.1008. Secy.Pnlatka

[father had driven was bitched to aOat though the hare's piteous shrieking Spencer would either be sent home under baby. I was looking,Into his face all "Great heavens" exclaimed: uu'thod .

\ before the front porch. makes Its casa seem the worst, tho guard for trial or would be held tbe time. It was emotionless and un- paling, "the sheet's toned tbe holding Tax NoticeI .

_ Suddenly the front door opened, and] mere tumbling over and over of a till the cruiser went north. It was too readable. Not one kuiuuu seulluien' Ha cnn't bring her up Into the foro- will be at the places named be-

_ an gentleman ushered Tremor out, wounded bird la a shocking: sight to hot to keep him between decks for an swept over it. lie simply. stared. and On the opposite shore the t low for the purpose of assessing tnxeaiija.ry.a
tying: sea as the time passes and no one goes indefinite time and he was given' the stared and stared. had broken up tbe Ice and were >,a | .Feb. llth
_ .
.. Not: a cent I Find the child and I'll forward to release It of its'life.-Lon- liberty of tbe ship during tbe day only The baby had been uurspd and crooned In on the sand If the <'t su Pen.-.. .. latliHolllster. ;
[square the account with thousand. don Mall. being put Into the brig at "pipe down." to sleep. The w uinn still held It. the Ice boat failed to release the them Is ::. .SInterlachen '., .. 13th

_(dollars but till then .never. let ma see The ship's master at arms was made Her pipe bad been smoked out. She' they could not bring the boat between 12 to.&"Ir'lB..._." 14th

_,four face again." Dodging Thirteen. responsible for him and watched him still retained It In her black teetb. As tho wind and they would go toward Keuka.-. .. "..

_______.: Suddenly Traluor caught, sight of r"When I lived In New York," writes to see that he didn't get away to shore.It the free end of tbe rope was thrown edge of the bard Ire and be be Putnam H.I.... .'u. 18 t a
_ !the boy. a former Now Yorker from Berlin was a grim prospect for the prisoner. over the limb of another tree not faraway with the broken pieces on tbe wrist Orundln .. . lath

"Wil7.I'thurl"' he exclaimed.: Then, "there was a house near Central park The insult bo bad received wouldbe the woman seemed to look .ai But -Bitli tbe wind pulling n Htnnd. Florahome .. 20th>
no palliation for his offense. lie her husband for the first time and H.rlem.12t05p.m..... 31st:
Burning to the old man, he said: "There which should have borne the number they .were not likely ,to It Bannervllle (school house) Und

,)ho*IB. Now you may atone for :your 13, but because ot the superstition of might have preferred charges against said: to disengage the sheet. o ; Bardin .... . . .. gui.
Ivlllnlny." the occupant permission was securedto Peabody but on no'account could ho "Jed didn't< I tell you ui* so? Into an Ice boat and started after ..

The old man stood staring' at the place the number lla or ISa over i hara taken the law into his bands. Instead "Reckon." Now began a race between lte for U. I. BULLARD, Tux As.clsor.

undsouie boy all ragged .as he was, the door. I spoke of the circumstance i of a commission, he would doubtless : "He's bushwhacked one of my men death Morro was an expert iceS ,. He Notice of City Taxes.

and Jllflped: a few days ago and learned that the get at the least calculation dishonorable and he's got to bnngl" said< the officer man and know how to get the dislike

"Is that my grandson i thirteen superstition was more clearly discharge and several years to her. speed out of his boa lie was to City taxes for 1907 are now payable
'marked her. In the at Borne naval prison. He, was the picture "Told him not to." the toI I at the oflloe of the city tax ooleotor.'r.xell .
_ "lie I,. He's your daughter's son Instance mentioned ed anxiously by the party on not by b.
_______ and your giundsou." Then to Arthur: by me an Individual was con of woe as he lounged about and '"Will you go Inside?\; who kept the chased boat In repriev subject to paid penalty January of one per cent

'/:1\.1 boy I'm not your father. This Hera It was the most Important an object of sympathy with his shipmates "Fur why?" well rrooi tbe start be gained HherlfT per month, beginning October bULb ,

} old gentleman will tell you who you: corporation In Wiesbaden. There who hated Peabody. "You don't want to see your own could 1m catch thi 'ouple before put on Tax payers may act accordingly

_ |are." hi no No; 13 bathroom In any of the Spencer, who was In the social husband bung do you?" shot over tbe tie of hard Ice? Office hours I to 111 0. m 2:31 9 to

The old man took the boy In his bathhouses no No. 18 room In any ho-' uncle far above his comrades bad but "I'll lit yero" she answered aa .she only advantage be had was that I do 4:*) p. m A. T. TRIAY.Jty ,

__ __ __ __ arm,. then running' Into .the house tel and 110 No. 13 place at any table few Intimate companions. His only settled down. efforts Boniewbat t retarded the to be ( Tax Collector.
[,called: d'hote. Langenschwalbach the baths churn was Bob Suwln whose father "Now, then" said the officer to tile of their boat. I frlghtcu

"Alice, your boy Is here!" under government control also have was a captain of n merchant vessel. husband, "do you want to kiss your In time Morro got within a b NOTICE.I .

?' lu a moment a lady of mlddlo age bath cells No. 12a where they should! Bob was.a great scapegrace and generally nlfejiud child before you go?" feet of them they being within said: am at Mrs. Grooms' store corn r

f ran down a winding staircase, and see- be numbered 13."-New York Tribune. conceded to be the most reckless 1 looked to see soft lines come'Into GOO feet .of the breakers, both what I Lemon and 7th St., for a sbort whll,

ilng the astonished Arthur, she took man oa. the cruiser. the man's face but I observed not one golnp at a terrific speed.' Tbe will be repalrhll Stoves Furniture and Bronx, UphoU-wo'k.Sbort -.

' f hIm In her arme and would not release Wi. lni.ote. The trouble on land had sub.ldedand single one. It was a face of wood or before them was awfuL Tbe i ii did not time only. N. F. KEARN3.
In his experiments: to determine liberty parties were again going ashgre. stone, lie looked at tbe woman and i rolled lu, throwing'up the sorrow

:{\him.Some eighteen years before Alice whether it Is the color or the odor of They usually left the shlfl!:! at four bells at tbe child and It seemed as If be bad 'I' dashing It down then sucking I 111 take FOR SALE Twoa-atorycottngen
sewers that attracts bees and other In the evening One afternoon Sawln not understood. Sue till< not even look der the floe for anotber break. so that
jArchor had run away from home to 7 rooms and kitchen, double plnz. nx
|marry 4 man her father disliked. Her'fatb..r Insects M. Plateau the Belgian coolo- put In an application for liberty.; There up. I doubt If they baa< ever exchanged : The party on the opposite shore way ot on front i I-story piazza at rear with

'_ f bn.il followed her and succeeded gist, bethought him ot trying a mirror. was a young ensign aboard who had kisses.: Perhaps ha bail< never taken looking on lu ghastly silence. shed room and closet; metal roofs;
; {,In getting her back to his home, wherehe lIe selected a flower of striking color been ill ever since the cruiser had left the Infant In bill arms. It seema cruel and nearer AIol'r approached the of good location ; rents for$12 per nxmtli

[ kept her a quasi prisoner. A child and strong odor and )placed it beforean United States shores and on this very now when peace has been upon tbe be <'balol and at last they poor each will be sold cheap. Inquire
afternoon he bad returned to duty and land for third of but blood London Wsr IVKBS premises 6th street
was born and Mr. Archer made op bisImliid excellent: glass In which the reflection a a century 'I' him ns they supposed, fouled on
i waa officer of the deck. It was his hot In those days of and men near Lemon. 1-84r.
to get rid of It. firing the baby was perfect. All the Insect went ran war Then the, two boats began to
part to call: off the names of the liberty did not to think. The man was
I to Tralnor and his wife who had been straight to the real flower and not a opart the sheet of Morro's being
party walked to the other tree the noose
E his servants. he agiead to furnish them single one approached the reflection In -- --_
When Sawin's name was called slipped over his bead and half a dozen
the mirror. Youth's .
[!with money as long as they needed It. Companion.
But Tremor became Spencer well got up in his best uniform pairs of hands drew him clear of the _._. .. ."
f so Importunate .. .
I Joining the Great. fur shore leave, stepped forward, ground, his arms having been first tied -.EEEw -.-.& ---- -. -. -. .
I that Mr. Archer was obliged to abut ." .7..7 ;
with( n "Here sir saluted went down behind him. He said no word and ,
L off a part of the supply and finally all. An Oxford: undergraduate was recItIng -
[ the ladder and took hla place In the made no struggle. You would have .
memorized oration in of the ,
$ I ; The man Alice Archer bad married a one ,
launch The ensign didn't know him thought that something like that had
died, and the mother at last prevailed classes in public"peaking. After the
from any "i'tbr marine. There was been part and parcel of his dally existence :
;upon her father to restore her child.f first two sentences his memory failed, /'ININ Particular Printing t
suppressed surprise on the faces of the for
But by this time Tralnor had deserted and a look of blank despair came over tw
, men who knew well enough that Speu. "Now we must burn the house" said '.0
,the boy and lost tmck of him. After his faco. lie began as follows: /
cer was not Sawln but never a man the officer to the wife ns tbs grewsoma
t this Mr. Archer refused to Tremor "Ladle and Gentlemen--Pitt Is dead.
_ pay spoke and when the party ,was checked thing bung there, swaying In the FOR g
Fox: Is dead. Gladstone Is dead"Then ,
any more money till be produced the1rRhoy off the"cutter bore them Spencer breeze. /ININ #
But the Arthur forgetting, he hesitated for a
on day came
sitting In the stern sheets to the dock. "Reckon she answered as
his grandfather paid Tremor a moment and continued, "And-I-I-I you must /. '
Meanwhile Bob Sawlu was hiding she moved aside for us to pass In.' Particular 1
sum on condition that ha would am beginning/ to feel pretty: 'sick' mT"lell.l.Ioyd's People.Send
under a tarpaulin on the tp'c's'le. We brought out everything and made t
|4" !,! It to leave the country cover to Weekly., There ha remained- till' dnrlcnefia anraad' a pile In the grass. She assisted us In i..

vI K return. a rriu'dli; mantle far more to the; pur- 'no way. Tbo baby woke up again' with WI. $
The Poot'a Son.
Arthur Archer rather !
; or Reginald
"Why, Freddy, how dirty you are, pone then let himself stealthily down a wall but before nursing mid croon- _. _ _ _ _
which the to him before
{ was name given -
br the anchor chains, dived/ swam ing ngulij she Oiled stud< lighted her '
_ csi.
he was sent away was first put and only yesterday you wrote a verse .
uader hold trolllori her
water as far aa he could pipe. One of the gave a
2 <,Into a bath, then clothed In apparel befitting for papa's birthday promising' alwaysto his breath the surface and When ordeii-d to she .
came to match < move,
order for
{! bis station. Then commenced wash your bands clean. next
) .swam to shore. The next morning he walked away about Ira jmrt, and sat us your prnting
|the process of making up for the years "Well, mamma" that was only a returned with, the .party In Spencer'sliniforni. down under' a bush. The old cabin _t. ,t
poetic license. -Fllegende Blatter. /ININ
)Fie bad lost In the uiattar of education was Bred and In n quarter of mi hour .t

lie Is now a man. Often ha ,saunters he himself It had What bad carried and that will
found disappeared. we
Spencer as soon as we
gup,' the road to the spot where ha sat Assorting HI.....". ashore made for tbe mountains and< out could have been taken away "' /. assure you you get :
! down to catch his breath when followIng lIe-Will y,. be my: wife! She-The \
within a few days was lost to any In- wheelbarrow, The provisions consisted -
{ his supposed father, and, gazing' deal! Don't ridiculous.. lie-Yea, I searching party that might be sent for of a small piece of bacon and /IS obtainable. We
A, at the place be then looked upon sof know It sounds. ridiculous; but then. the best service \ .
: him. Ha bad some back pay stored about five pounds of corn meal, The '
, f covetously ha recalls the picture of hi.boybdoil I'm not so particular aa some men are. t
__ away in his pockets by means of bugle blew "Attention!f' and the troopers i.
days and contrasts them with Boston Transcript. which In time ba returned to the United begun moving down the highway

o i,the present HhTgrandfatliar Is dead < States. lie was not missed aboTTrd I lingered behind to say to the woman: take a special pride in all our work StI,

L.____ ,and he 1 Ia master of all the old gentla-i Nothing. la Impossible to the man ship till the master at arms hunted"for "Your husband Is dead your hone. : ,
who .nd will. / t,
Mlrabean. ININ
map possessed. In Mr. Archer's old' him at "pipe down" *o put him In the !burned down and what will yon <*. ..,,

?'age be cam to see his sin In turning brig for the night now?" : whether it be small large order. g
laway his ,own flesh and*blood and Pay of Army OfQoors. When the Spanish-American war, "Cau' reckon to say," she replied to /. a or "

j could :not do enough by way ot atonenjent. When a yonnif Man "Docomos a cadet< came on Spencer enlisted In the army. ,careless tones. ': : .
,, But he never entirely forgave at West Point he enters upon a government distinguished himself nnd came back! "Got n father and mother to go" to'" I""ININ : ,
. bla ,daughter for running away and allowance ot IHCO&O .a year. a captain. Cither before or after the She shook her bead Would to prove it to you. .

.(' marrying; agnlhst his will and after On graduation the West Pointer Is war he succeeded ]itt gutting his naval "Any frlenls to take you In?" /. lke '

.i his death If was found that he had left commissioned a second lieutenant and slate spunged off. so that he could begin Another shake.

(tall' hla property to his grandson. This receives salary ot J1.40O If unmount In United States. lervce again; I took out and banded her a five dollar /ININ Latest Type Styles.I Lowest Prices

t. however made no difference, for thai ed or J1.50O It mounted. Increases at :L This ta did through a relative wb< greenback, and she was Inspecting i \ .,

grandson live only for his mother and each, live year period btrng the pay at I was a coneiossraan. It and giggling over It when t hastened ,

,''to ernie the blight caused by her fattatr. tbq ,end of twenty: years up to tl.OOO GEORGE: DISNEY: MILLS. away M. QUAD. E .
I SILVIA IJSWI8.IU.LDWIN.: 111' the 'one casa and $2,100 In the Won a'Ud.-- t

|* Cole..,,. of Rhoc ... other. his The Fo..te.
Francois In
l market
wee going to /
( !!' The Colossus of Rhodes a bronze The pay of first lieutenants begins at A true forest Is not merely a storehouse
$1.5OO and WOO; captains, '1,800 and cart"HIT full of wood but It News Job Department
( statue was loa feet high It as were, a
was called a ,,uihbor. "Aro you /ININ.
': ooo lieutenant colo-
majiiis $2.600
I.iuiado by Chares who, aided by ani ] ; going into the town?" factory of wood and at the same time \
i:aruay of workmen consumed twelve note" 13,000) ; colonels, ,3,5OO. Each offl- "Yes." n reservoir of water When you helpto .. -
fears In Its rev attains a 4O per cent maximum lu- preserve our forest or to plant new
__ [ construction. It remained "Could you tuko a blouse for mo Y' Russell. & Vickers \
., In position In the harbor of Rhodes rouse in twenty years. "Certainly If you will let ma know cues you are acting the part of good /IN Props.
On the average the salary of the ,
p jfor sixty-six
yean and was thrown where It1* "'
to- leave ,
officer la than that of the I L" .
down by an earthquake 324 B. O. It army higher "Oh tnnt's nil rlghCI laid hl.. /IN. Palatka, FloridaI $ q
collage professor the minister or the ;
--. lay on the ground 89-4 years and was 'I Mend, Jumping Into the cart "I'm Reputation and Charaotar.
,i sold to a Hebrew for old metal. Hej graded civil service employes. The of- Insldo it now.-Noa Lolslrs. Lawyer (examining ;Jury)-Do you -
j: carried away 720,000 pounds of bro_ : IIcer has allowance for residence and ( understand the difference between 1' .
__ personal attendance. Ha may buy; "Ef Satan wua once In heaven, how. character end
reputation JurorRepelation
Aa old lady, hearing somebody say household supplies from a government coma he didn't stay dan'" t ..

_ thamalla"10 war so were In my very jpmg:Irregular days, ;said no, TrIbune.omuilssary ,at coat; -Detroit News- [,deilr.ttinflin"lie couldn't Constitution atan' prosperity, pu' give you Is; character the name la your the aOIShbon'l : '1L '=;;14! f4\ t.,

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rr A A __ __ I tinge"I I ban flea at lounged BratUeboro.la BucSyar4 Vt. Won ltJpo rSUPERINTEN'DENT'S
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him'at his work, He sat at 1111.

.1, 1 Watch Palatka and This Advertisement book sew table In ta my A revolving band annals chair.nothing-nn 1 Had a tOrlglnaLjI'm ; '

I. lead I wad spoken to. for I was enjoy a self made man.: 1. started at
lag a great privilege that wad arraptedto Bremen on a locomotive, passed ten
DO one else but bid wife tfe would year as engineer and rose to be gen
See write for a moment perhaps for ten or eral superintendent of the road.
y l What I Have to Offer Below. fifteen minute at a time. If be wad, Now, there Is a vast difference between
verses he would bum very;
; writing a Oren alt or engineer and a gen
which probably
i 'himself an air '
.oftly to '
[ kept the rhythm; lu hid mind eral superintendent., But I< .didn't get
\ 9 When writing prose, be wan lUent, but tbe big! bend f never,,considered myself
H Still often he would lay down his pen, .or nut of my,family any better for
{ offering: Fine room house
,: 9 I whirl round In hie chair aud chat for my Billing lu a revolving chair tapping
", awhile. It might be onietblng.relnt a bell for sumo one to wait on me than
;; I)7 Gainesville H. A. FORD: five acres fitted complete lug to the subject he was' Suddenly treating he or when I had my band on the throttle,
I property, I bear no relation to It and whim Tom MllliUlu: a locomotive
and bis pea
for poultry would wheel back again
engineer, came ? daughter
laid Be
over the paper.
would, fairly
,:t. Waycross property, ,, ing; 'High:: pine ,, aud can as easily easily concentrate descend from bla cloud thought land be Susie'drove I didn't aa engine.turn him But down what because J want
} REAL ESTATE healthy and beautiE to the commonplace of the day though ed for Susie wa a, man of nerve,
? [ his lips nothing is strength and character.
: Polk Co. la his mind and on
: property, ful. ever commonplace. Some of bin poemsbe "Tom," I said, "you may have Susie
;1) i i.i when speeding In a
has written on one condition. We want a man to
I Pullman car at the rate of sixty miles limited
INSURANCE take a new passenger through
.i!! : : and can add t i Residence place at I I aa .hour."-Pacific Monthly. in the night The distance la 800 miles,

:. and It must be done in five hours. The
\ i i' !!1:::',: Norwalk for sale or I Bird qhot With .r. average must be sixty; miles an hour,
with the
Norwalk bird
Shooting a ,bumming
: !, _property andINVESTMENT I smallest bird shot made In, out of the which mean a* low as flfty; and as
! 1't.', ", !. ; trade for' Palatkaproperty. question' for the tiniest seeds of lead high as seventy. Do the.job,, and iou
.\ '.'", For sale / IX would destroy bis coat The only way shall have Susie"
.{ :: or .
.' II In which the bird can be captured for Tom thought a long while, then said:
; r I IIt AGENCY. I commercial purposes Is to shoot him "I have always supposed Mr. Mo '

;;. Trade for Four lots in Jacksonville with a drop of water from a Ijlowgnn; Mullen, that you'd never ask a man to
11 ,. I or a flue Jet'from a small syringeSkillfully do what you would not do yourself"
7j'f directed, the water stuns
for sale wouldn't"
It ortradefor "I
him. He falls Into a silken net and '
: Palatka Property. )Pal atka Fla. before be recovers consciousness 1s "Well, suppose we put it this way
: :. ::; Palatka suspended ,,over a cyanide far This You take the train through drat It

s '" __ 5g must be done quickly, for If be comes you succeed. I take It through and gut
1' -. 'f;[\\j' I /' property: to bis ,,,,UItOS before the cyanide wbIS Susie. If yon dont succeed I get Susie
l bis life be In to ruin "
>/ ..:: : i! snuffs out sure without making the attempt myself.
,, .
W its plumage In his struggles to escape. The fellow knew how to handle me.
A. Few Nice IIgmmingblyde vary In sloe! from apex of knowledge of
Investments in Palatka Offers. I was' very proud my
; i : to \ Imena perhaps half as large a. a spanrow railroad technique and 'bad ,carried :
l to those scarcely bigger than a
I bee The .quickest eye cannot .follow trains often since my promotion. I at I
} ;," hem In full flight It is only when, once acceded to his terms. '
: Insurance
I [ Solicited. ] hough pull flying furiously, they are I shall never forget the experience of
Ir practically ..motionless over flowers that; run T'weDtJ minutes before train
r bat the best marksman can bring time I appeared in overalls at the engine .

Rents Collected and Property Looked After Commission Basis. them to earth.-Now York Press.The which was standing ready on the

on ; ,, track, to make my own inspection of
Feeding of Dog.
her and do-noy own oiling.: When we
No dog kept Indoor and Indeed
4 ;, pulled 'out I felt like a bird let out of a
very; few outside should b. fed on
... a ] meat nor should he be fed from the case: Ewes still,'thoUllb fifteen years
.. ........ table ,at mealtimes' he will soon older 'than when I left the cab In full
0\. ". I I. /. -- fj be om. a nuisance, especially when rigor' of nerve and muscle. I had figured -
t.I t.-., Haw Creek here are visitors. If be I. always feat < carefully Just what time t must
I the conclusion of a certain meal- make on different part of the road and
dinner, for Instance-be will wait patiently was In every way prepared for the
until the prescribed time It Is trIaL I had never driven an engine for
... a good plan to feed after one's midday length of.time miles
any over fifty an
meal, giving plenty of green vegotailes -
] ;
-4wer St. Johns County bread and potatoes, with a veryfew hour,.and np to that point there'Is nolfI'e.t

t. .... scrap of finely cut meat, the strain on an'engineer. I did not
realize that an average man can't
whole well mixed and some gravy '
6*' poured over It If two meals are given, Stand many eporta at sixty-five; miles
rl "- one should be at breakfast time and an bour,and in some places I must do
.- one In the evening. One should con- seventy.I ; .
mI alit of only a little oatmeal! and milkor got on pretty well for the first
a piece of dry dog biscuit three hours, though I bad made a number
"At' no time should the dog bay of my fast paces, but.after that I
We ready. All of advertising matter is ready all of more than he will eat and If he leaves began to suffer. Looting straight
are our our .
I ; anything on his plate except the pattern ahead continuously seeing at the !\\Pl.
] his allowance should be reducedor time things out of the corner. of my
meal omitted."-Suburban Life. eye whizzing by me made me
t land has been and staked and sell a feel a* If something was pulling' my
surveyed to
.w we are now ready our 9 The Shoulder 8tr.p. sight nerve out through the sockets.
Some of fastest In
my spurts came
If It were possible to compile such
about this time, and every few'minutes

I, Haw Creek potato lands in St. Johns County. We have' about 100 to data Influenced know It would to the what be uniform.extremely extent women and Interesting,equipment have I The was first frightened thing to half rattle out me of was my senses.seeingsomething

y' :or black: on the track dead
of their fighting etate. A little
ahead of I thought it the
me. was rear

forty acre tracts that we will offer to the public for a short: time at the Instance shoulder When Sir strap In George point of the Is Luck British the was steel cavalry settingout curb, end bad of been a train there with would no lights have out been If no It i r

,. time to slow up but it was gone before
1i for Kandahar during the Afghan '
I could bave done so anyway, and then
low price of $10.00 and will give each purchaser a operations something: Lady of Luck the fighting knowing method probably I realized that It,wa tbe shadow of a ,
very peracre, of the tribesmen, whose four foot knife bird tying: across the headlight This
( bad the effect on my nerves of an escape -
can' cut clean from shoulder to belt
.,, from a sudden plunge into death.I .

ran'tr ;; \ town lot !free at Omega or Espanola with each 40 acre. tract that-they her under sewed husband's each a couple of tunic.the of shoulder steel As a curb protectionfrom straps chain on: bad always on been the-road quick and to adopt had put Improvements J

electric This made all
I : sword cuts these proved so eC'ectlve on headlights.
the shadow look: Ilk* big black: things,
that at the end of the
; b.uy. Our terms are in reach of all: 10 cent. cash and the Sir George made a report In campaign relation I solid as masonry.; The shadow of a
\ may per thereto, with the result that they were telegraph pole cast on the track as It
;' 'r : adopted as a permanent feature of the sometime would be at a curve ahead
looked for all the world like the trunk
u.. l balance to suit purchaser. We will that lands the cavalry; uniformHarper's Weekly of a tree. The worst care I bad was
"! guarantee our are S.la.d HIP Opportunity.He from something that wouldn't get out
.,' 4r I, was not a very rapid wooer, and of the way. It was a big round black
bowlder that appeared a few hundred I

I I ".,"',:' -- finest potato and truck lands in this county, and if you take advantageof she Again In was the he getting parlor called, a"Juit,bit and anxious those they; two.sat together feet put ahead on the brakes This was for.the As only I slowed scareI

I A loud rap came at the front door. down 1 noticed that I got no nearer to
"Oh, bother! she said. "Who can be. It Finally I stopped short, went ahead
this opportunity and invest a small amount in a tract you will find \I calllugr to the pilot and. turning, there on the i
"Bay you're out," said the deceiver. glass before the headlight was a little
'- !\! ., I "Oh no; that would be untrue," mnfolOured moth.

\,w. in 12 to 24 months' time that these lands will double in value, as land ,I ."Ob Then, the may say Ingenuous you're I. Charlie engaged one.?" she,"he cried urged as, could I An had hour made make before up an my engine I mind was to that due do,to though the arrive trip I

she threw herself In his arms. on schedule time, I couldn't make a I

'I,ti' t / 1 that is not as good for the white potato is selling for from $100.00 to \,I front And door.-lllustratedBits.the man kept on knocking at th. man pride though to and run my her.continued falling But nerves I the had.a rendered straggle lot of

. .r.:, A Rejection Slip. failure almost a certainty. When, I
''Sir," said the had the last forty miles to go and only

1 %>t'.j 7:, $150.00 per acre in and around Hastings. You can get the best topping the prosperous shivering magazine beggar ed- thirty; minutes to do It In I gave up and ,
. (tor on the street, "I have a long, sad turned the throttle over to my flreman.
" ",:,. [ r: I tory"_ with directions to take his time. As I

'v* A Ar \ r the best land I I Sorry," briskly replied the nags.sine left the seat the engineer's on the other postI side staggered of the cab to i I
in editor
the pawing 00. "but
f fI transportation get potato get on ground we are
you you I''
aId I only open for short, funny stories new>> ; and It was, all I could do to bold on
.I : full of tbe other kind."-Bucces* Magazine when I got on to it ,:
c.it I felt If a' with bam- .'
as dozen men .
\ if before sell the few I -- .---- men bad- been pounding on every I
- ,' ;': V!:. floor you buy now we forty-acre tracts that No Thanks."I aerie In my body. When we reached t
ka 'i :: I broke a record today. Had the the station I called a carriage and :
'. lest word with a woman." went to a hotel and If I hadn't been. (,
L.oif.. ''fr. I "we have. .. I "Didn't think It possible. HowM It too proud,or rather It I hadn't feared "'
\ happen?" It would get' out I'd have called a ,
.In.d t i I "Why, I said to a woman In the car trained none to take: ear of me. t-
cltof. Madam, have my Beat"PhlladeU Tbe next day I went back: In the pr .- t
ILeoi I phla Ledger. dent's private car and the morning ji:

'de. l', DEEN REALTY & IMPROVEMENT GO Owners Waycross Gag i -Goad Trad .. after Tom appeared MlUlkln. in He my came offlce and In.,sent look.lUcurions. :for .1..-

lit my business Is good," said the I said to blm
Old: f" trombone p1Iy.r."In tact, J am al. "Tom;you needn't perform your part
.A w.y. blowing of be us*, i
about I IL" the contract. It would no
J "Well, rm eooted with wine for rye made up my; mind not to put ,
eltetJa In \ 1.1 cl : H: A. Ford, the Real Estate man will give you every information ,Aid the chimney .weep. too."j the train on. You've won." '
( ) ': "And mine Is out of sight" "I'd I Ilk the privilege of doing the

(.1). I"X. I I'It. i { that may desire in regard to the Big Haw Creek famous direr, : trick."once" he said "If yon don't 'Imind

r ; you Do one thing .t took: '
1'1 I ;y 1 a time eQ the b I gave him permission, and be
: tbt\\ g, thingi t.-Llnc01ll.. the train through on time.BOBINSOX
4 :
I ; lands.
.. t"flow
: \ J.J.prec' potato rAJ Clara-lack Peer .oIe.
'i '\ ( IDt.tltIe to bav. all his "
own trategy.

'rD.bit areeiV-open&4 ll' :\*;I..,!AJ!> i H. A. FORD Local Agent. i 1 mind M.mma-Th.1t marry wlY Of hJm a when 1Oev.false? w.CI.ra-To why lmpnlafoa are do mlrried you ration,want CI.ra'l his to ..him took Very for JOe; my gentle by did surprise hand pa and act"c"when urteou.you. It asktd quit

be a pugU-
.y pr.tt \ HI... Up. "I told him you used to
tie w*{ .\.. Dlalt-Tn, th.t'. old SprIggtm! Half lst"-n uston Poet
I a doa.1t
4perattor i I doctor. bays liven him at
.arloua Late
lt times during hi. Te.
'Uien.rl ute. Wine- bhKveryDodJt
: What UurtelWhy didn't marry
f! f '' "' qtr qtr r Ir r w; tie Ir t$$r qtr qtr r tr r -11. wouldD'C was the matter pay hla with billa.DurdelUl .bin? Bing .....say b. you bu reforms*

;"; % I ta M.II.4-...:" 'he. reformed too OrleansTimesDemocrat late.
Sully become 1I1ht wba. cheer I nIl money was all tonrNw '
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,, iflmn'IIJIII.111I11111m.1111111J1IIII1 ComeS' to us! JlIIJII IIIUIlIIIllf!'I! :Crescent< City Hews "g I FLORIDA EAST- COAST- RAILWAYLOCAL -

I t: for your Weather Iteport. Mr. W. !I' S. Miner mi.aj); dla l <.l) TIMB CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1908 .

Max.for Mln for who hal boon a guest at Grove Hull, No. 99'No.' 3 No ::19 STATIONSNo.. 18 No 74INo. 9&

Sprngarden OroHoontOlty' tamporAiuro for LI,. week end since last Ootolier died at noon on Daily Daily Deity Daily Daily Dattyioi -
*Ilia Jnmmry SMtli, lUte Saturday. utter ten. will /,; o IUOO.1O, Ttdui Iv...........Jackiontlile.... .....,,Ar 7 Opm ri.o pm i ii
Jnmiiii' 1..a. m. Ii |p. m. Pp. m, li bJ'tl" bra l' it io pin, 1100", 5 20 sun ........... .. ... ,,.......... 510 pin' ''i.o pm. 7 10 sin
lit Hutliriluy,. ... Ill /US Ml' Mi tU U grippe. For some nix ur eight I loll pn II.... sin" U2a sum Lv..X..tP.I..k..Ly Slit pin' 11.0 pm 518 eel
111. Bunclny. ".. 4H 00 .94 II 4TUU. I I II pan 1211 pm ....... .,......... 05 I'm .
.p Seed Munilliy .. U U11I( 7* DlUI days prior to her death' her condition I .2..a. 18Dpm 1101 sin ,......,.._._. .. 6IIp.o since

t .. Weilnowliiy.Tuemliiy., 6B ou 71(Ml
5$. TUumUuy.. Ml 11 Ml% 71WI/ B. F. S. Minor of Albany was sent w Spavin I lr.o.m B 17 pin, II ii pm ............. pin' C DO era

New Stock r 84. iriday-------\(, 40 aT MIX) BUJ4JIt for. lie arrived about the middle 's Curb .230. ..ala. 'rita Pm She 200:: pm lea: t :::::::::::: : ::::::::::::: : ::: bJ pin ..t4eeIel. -I

-,. I>. WILLIAMS Ob or.rnr. of the week, and a trained or Splint .... pIn ................. .... ............. n'4.m .., .- ...............
Has JustArrived. __. ___ _.. nurse w e pill Lv..iIortl1ierm..............Lv 1000 sue 1186 I'm' 11 14 pm
; .
u employed 2
from Jacksonville toIt. SIoal''s jm A..Wo.IP"hn .ach.Lv 740 sun 14D.m 100 pm I

."" "" ,,,,"""" "" e tend her: She was a frail woman ) -.247 pin pm. Ar..1toyaiPolu.u.o..J.v L..l< .. ............... 721 780 sue sail 18 1.7.01 am ehopun S40P"1 1 c 1

i .. Personal and Social. and aged and could not combat the Jds1 Lir'in.en0tis: : ? ? inn an: t .:........:::: \ \::.. :::::::::. 480 cut 715 cm 500: pun p.n.:

t $ S Inrondsof the UUeiiac., Undcrlnki-r. '" ) cut Lv'.Miami.'Ar.Silo" pm
.I., : :::: I" ;; :
$ "" ""' ''''''. Torrey prepared the. body for *liipment unsurpassed .
;Stationery arid Toilet I C. H, Preston and Uttpb Paysonwere and It was taken to Pougli Ir penetrates and relieves pain very Leave

: visitors to Palatkathls. week. keep le. N, V., by her son on Sun' little rubbing ana EAST PALATK Arrive Lee". PALATKA TO Arfivepci7i .
ArticloST .. quicklyneeds very : TO PALATKA Pclstke Psiatk& EAST PALATKA PaicS
i I' \ Gao C. Benedict of Nassau, N. Y., day's train. There was a short funeral does not leave a scar or blemish.' i2 -;:;- '
4B( JI.II)'. ...... n40 aln 545 sin 47 06 cm
i I Is the latest arrlvala Grove ,service In the parlors Grove An for 610 cia. 411 J''II,......... 0'.10 100..0 dl 20 ciii
among; antiseptic remedy thrush
Hall at noon on Suuday conducted 0 II .m Ito 55 nun 11 DO sin' bi tO sun

I Bnd's Drug Store Hall by Rev. J, C. Durward, assisted l by fistula and any abscess 111.6 41n pm pin .No. bl Dill itchy..t. .. pin pun 446 BOO pm pin .No. AI fill DaIly..S.. ) pin pm

;; ; dorseu Mrs. Phillips were visitors and Mrs.lo Palatka Fred An. Rev Dr. D. M. Reeves' who made PRICE 25 50 $ C. |.OO- lola aNI: Jun ia:: :::::: :: Dli CC I :::: ::::::: ... g I I'm:: I em pun.: :::::: ::: n: :: :::: ::::.... pm: '

j .recent City, Fla. Monday others the prayer"attended Guests of the hotel end Sloan>Treahse on Horses Cattl,.Hogs and Poultry"Senr SAN_MATEO BRANCH _ _
and "Nearer
My Free Leave EAST PALATKA--I Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO Arriw.Peit' .
IaM.' aura. IIIIQtJ IIWnlllll\l\ Fred Andersen, though still weak God, 'ro The,," and "My Jesus, a. Address Dr. Eorl &.Sloan, Boston, M06$ .U S A : TO SAN MATEO i pf:::.. M':. ::" EAST PALATKA P.Ir.!
from hl long Illness, la about and at Thou "
Wilt favorite hymns of tile TI8.m 48n.m '........ ..,
411 50 sun ... ..No.48 1>.111' 6J5.
( r : : .. :; : ; : : I work UKalo; \ were eiing. Mrs. Miner --- -_ -- --- ---. 0211 pin .No. fill Batty..4:. Ina 550cm M Da'! .........U''! 'O
-- ---- .
; was spending her second winter In -- 11041" pm; fill nm, il8Qpm .0. RO Jlollv ...-...- >0 out ,.
J. H. llabers has been helping out

I j4: Grove Hall at Preston's store during the absence Crescent known to City our ponple.and was She: quite woe well-a devout A Wins letter Recognition to the News the in other Cuba. POMONA NEWS.C. 1i8 io 6 N.2L i No. 10 zo.1:1, ': MAYP0FT No.Je l>IlI'in: lI..22. -

I of Mr. Appleby.Mr. Christian woman and a faith. day Only ...2L..J.1al1"! ..!! un.. BRANCH .DeltllOOpm !_
ful from our former townsman, L. L. H' Cnatlrt and fnmUy nr" loi'nt-
attendant upon the services of (the 1010.01 nOOpm 5 00 sin J..Jock..ovlll..Ar
I' Crescent: CIty.populflr hotel and Mrs. Clias. E. Cook are ed for till winter In their lOtO.m 64U 780.m l00pm SOOpm
\ ; Presbyterian church. Newsom, breathes a spirit of Jubilation pretty cot- l'Opm Pili 54sn( Lv ,1'ablo lIuaob..Ly 860.01 1210pm 4 101'01
'I renovated, clean and airy. I Is I" few weeks with their tngi facing lake Broward. 246 pm: 1m::: 64th pun: e4tt em i.vAihntto iiscb.Ly cm 1218 pn 4 lipin
spending a : !
i..attain \open for the senson unJf r such ns could only come from n .Q9_ Eu. 500am Ar:::.. M.ypo. :. .::: Lv 3\:.\ iit! SUer-un:

,'that management of Win. O. &;I daughter Mrs. Win. M. Miller.. Death ef Mrs. Jas.: A. Close. man who had been successful. And has J. himii P. Porter of 'Va hhllrloll.,, I). <'., Nlol,' NO\'II O'.DII.CUy Branch N"o'IIII: Nlo'J4 II No. 11 S.ofo" B.a"oh No.1:!!

: ;Norton. &; 'lite lumber lot the new Baptist Mrs. James A. Close, a former Mr. New Oln has been that fie wam..dn the spending HHVefal Weeks Ht !JullyIin
ljiWI) .tb. midst of the besfc or- Mlddlcton house and enjoying pm O.O.m L"Now 8myrn.Ar. 100 pm I0 80 680.m .. 4'
Ly '
and the pm Titwviie! A. lOOp.
has arrived work of chairman
church or
I highly I esteemed a committee of the .
I"towlng section of FtorIdJn'Ine lady of this place, fine limiting slid lI..h1l1110. b, 'OOpm noo.m Lv. Lathe 1Iolo..I.v.1210"", i 801pm Duo cm Ar. 8cuurd Lv 1000 pm

,M1g boating, flailing. and '""1 erecting! the superstructure lit now who went to Ashevllle, N. C., snver- five from his town of La Gloria' found In this locality. .if2ni sit pm: I I 11 1110cm P11cm: .Ly.%P.:000lys Orange f.i Uy ity: Lv Jo. m n'uijluiop.n pm i sio pm: .:: :::::: :::::::::.::::::::':.::::::::::',:.:

i I bIrd aboottnif. Beautiful views Ii't going on. al years ago on account of 111 health, get up an exhibit for the first Na. W J. Koown of D"Laiid has atrived '- PENINSULaR ANI OCC1I.>KNTAL HTKAMglllp- OO-VMCCTIOXH AT MIAMI

; 1 ttoeMhdas. Handy to nfeiiinfboaii Close Connections Made it Miami With Slesmsblps of the P. ft O. S.S. C... for
I daughter. Mrs. (.1. A. Know: 'Iton.
Mrs. Ja... '.V. som had charge of that exhibit in
/ leading1.' week the JJaptlst church next Sunday Shaw at that place on N AS SA U. HAVANA AND KEY "WKSTrlv

,..nil month nt rellsonabfo rates. as the pastor. Rev. Mr. Cat, goes to Wednesday night, the 28d inet.Mrs. Havana and had. the pleasure of W. S. Middleton's new store 'Is beIng TIIIH TABLES '

I !tre to Northern Tourist. ,. .a SsvlUo for the day. Clone:: was only confined to taking/ home to hi. people 10 prizes HuMied up Inside and will soon livened pBrftfrum.. th..ev.rai.howth.timthwhioh atntlonaf but their arrival train or majubeanp.o.4'departure at the to time.r*
:' for tern1s. her bed two and six of which were first prizes, and be rendy, for occupancy. An acet- ........1.cot.uaraet..d.car does ....Company lioltl lta.ir ,...pu..o1l>l. Cor any ,l.lay
days, suffered
(: .
? Dr. \V. A. Brewster made arrange- uo lyne gas plant for lighting' was put or any eonSemnsniIe, eri.Ingtti.r frnm.
pain, during her final lllnens. Her four second. Speaking of this exhibit In place .lust Week by L. 11. Goidonof
C NORTON nient.some, three or four weeks ago For 4iopy or tha Local Tfra Card or Other Information I
s death was not unlooked for as she The Imchn of Havana says; : Hawthorne, Fla. a. aiii .rHJJ: TIOMLUT A.OK31NT,"
to ohare the office of Dr. O. F. J.D.RAHNERAamlstimnt. Uenoral Pa... Art.. ST. AUGUSTINE.! FLORIDA
: IJCreBoent; City: Flo Lounds' drug store., has been an Invalid since leaving Mr. L. L. Newsom, of La Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Ohnlt..ad'r" .
Sprague, over
has one of tho prettiest and most .
Crescent City several pleasantly surprised by their triemideFriday ,
',. : : : : Mrs. Stead and her daughter. Miss years go. varied exhibits of fruits and vegetables ---
.... Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Close lived fa evenlng.and the closeof CCC
________ In : :
---- ever !gotten together \
,I ....._"', Bessie who spent last winter here, any the evening were presented with a '
Crescent City some 15 years, and country, not considering the length beautiful picture as a token of esteem 4f' "
_1. the
at Attleboro
apartments their beautiful home. always enlivened of time tills colony has been engaged from the Sunday school. For ,.
H, READ are at St. Augustine this winter. In the winter season by the In the Industry, which Is comparatively : refreshments delicious cake and cof 4\ ,

The Ladles Aid Society of the presence' of -.OIDe, of their children few years. There are the fee were served. t
Washington navels, Homosassas, the S. B. DOWNES
ESTATE. Presbyterian church contemplates was a home free-hearted hospitali pineapple orange,Meterranean sweet There will be an oyster supper In CO.t
'I'M' givIng its annual fair and supper at ty. Both Mr. and Mrs. Close took a the Jaffa orange, the Valencia: date, the hall Friday evening! beginning\ I

: City. Fla. V. I. A. ball during the coming! deep interest in all affecting the welfare around.tangerines' and satsunias measuring much 10 larger.Inches 6:80.: at Oysters this alf..lr.will be having a certain failed feature to Commission Merchants

month of the town and Its peopled/Rid These latter grades of oranges are arrive for the supper two weeks ngo. iiO:. Dunne Street !
propetty0resH1l1"ls Mr. and Mrs.
f%$n4 now. on'the marI their beautiful singing, have added go away In the Interests of Mr. can seen not from be'(praised)\1bMr too rOveethat highly.'"they And I irtcS after pr the gtnnr supper, wtiUih, willbe- _given .I.. will endeavor! to handle inn manner satis- '!

f Mt.'i of the Sun Close's health, I. t'
greatly to the Interest regret wns sincere the of "
practical part this exhibit l is 'l'he -
pt. stttoular attention given toCe3eIl ] day services at the Presbyterian and !general. Mrs. Close waa one of the scientific manner in which they each Monday Literary evening club with which Rev.meets and I.' f factory: :: to you, any shipments I of \

\ ', City property listed church. the founders and a most ..efficient are packed. The tangerines are Mrs. Woodwell Is becoming very I.' -

U1",me. Mrs. L. A. Uurlbut Is still quite ill, worker in the V. I. A., and a devoted known as the P. J. Isaacs brand, and 1 popular and proves extremely interesting :- \t t? .
will be sure to make the I.. Oranges z:1 .t
communicant of the Episcopal growers and instructive to all who at- IJ orTangerines W '
attended. her sister of the
ft ft but Is -now by oranges in other sections of tend.
8. r -r "., Mrs. Mayhew of Detroit MIcb. Mr. church Her memory will be cherished world sit up and take notice. The 'v. H. MIddleton was a visitor to I.. '" '

Hurlbut has also been quite III with l here so long as there are any vallafrauca lemons of this exhibit are Jack..oltv1lleMonday. I..
J- -
; peJ:1.0 :r who large, smooth and juicy. and must J
U grippe during the past two weeks. were contemporaneouswith surely have the world beat as to Mrs Frank Henle !gave a delight I.. 'I

,-Deitist.: Mrs. J. W. Miller went to Palatkaon her, and her death has caused quality. These lemons sold on the ful tea from two until five last $ you consign, to t them I and will be pleased to ,
universal sadness. Mr. Close died New York marketlast year at Thursday afternoon at her pretty A
l .- -- Monday with Master George some two or three years ago. $11.60 per box. and the dealers could home on lake Broward, and proved give you reliable information at any time, d
..;011I ...140110. vro.peot' 8reet.reuo whn tiiia been- suffering- with abadlv" not get enough of them. a most charming hostel A "mite
Florida Inflamed; : eye, and which the hundreds Detxth ef MM. Carpenter. Mr. New onl states that none of box" was present to which all con i t (either by wire or mail) relative to the con. "
,' the fruit he has tributed, and which will be opened
1" little on exhibition Is from -
friends of this
of bright TbVuivd news of the death of Mrs.S. trees over five years old. A part of ut the end of the church year. The I.. dition of the New York market. i
: boy trust has been fully cured. K. Carpenter at her home In Attleboro his exhibit Is made up of tangerines ladles have been Invited to meet this ,

1'S: ne River by Daylight. Rev. JR. N. Gate, pastor of the Baptist Mass., on the 21st lust, waa Washington navels from a grove week with Mrs. C. H. 'VorOl! ter. l'' '! \,

church, l la now living! In the cot. received here last Week Deceased which located on land which four There will be a special church ser L: .p. j'
Ti- JKichfi Line years alto was a dense forest of wild vice next Sunday night at 7 o'clock. _._._._._._,_._._._. _._._._._._._,-,_. .
tage on Park street.; known as the I had spent several winters In CreB- land.. The grove la owned by a man Good muslo and Interesting address ':.'a. -...;. ::.::;

"SteS&er CUKSCI3NT.iLiir "Gilbert Cottage. Mrs. Gate and cent City, where her son, Mr. Geo. F. who has never seen his property but es. Everybody welcome. r ;
i their three little children arrived I Carpenter owns a winter hometheold who had the condiluuce, In Cuba. to -- -- .{
L Invest his IV In the extublUh-
f last; week. Tebbetts place. She was a popular : LAKE COMO.Mr.
ment of the glove and the results 01' .
(' ,JlIObon"III.on Tu..dal.,Thursdays 0. J. Braddock the city market., lady here and her old friends his confidence! are now tangible.
$ <. at (ao for Green OOT.,
a m.
.s..t'f."Y" are saddened by her death. The Besides the fruits from the Lu McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
t palailia-CnMoont. & CUy' and principal! War buslde a flue line of meats l Is receiving mid Mrs. B. MoNulty of Yale ,
Following obituary notice appeared Gloria colony there are vegetablesof Michigan! are at housekeeping in the
"" ft. full stock of staple groceries I
I Botumluj.leavm: Orwoent.. OtiS OB-Waanwlaja.FrKlaysand on 'which" he Is making some very. ; In the Attleboro Sun of the S2d lust.: perfect various In form kinds and large of and undoubted sound, Davies cottage.W. Commission Merchants.

; Uondayaal 7 a.m. attractive prices. It will pay housekeepers Mrs. Sophie K. Carpenter died last UneneHB of ll'ivor.: Everyone whopa..ee Sj. Gable spent several days In

I.t.obo".1U'wharf fooloi Laura Btrax to look over these prices. night at -Jier residence, 66 Peck St. through the exhibition expresses Palatka recently.
hIlJPbo",1", '; She had been a resident of Attle. great admiration for Mr. Mrs. Win. Stones of Tltusvllln Is Tomatoes Pine Apples
The Shakespeare clans met with born for 25 years. She was a native Newsom's .show and he Is
justly the of Mr.
[: !Pajalka WBart Coot of Lemon. etr. nunat! and Mrs. T. Hart,
;,..-___- Mrs. Morse last Wednesday after- of early North life Kaston was passed., Mass., Afterwards where. her ., proud of It. Kev. Mr. Stones Is expected to .arrive and ,Early OrangesVegetables

noon. The clam has been Invited to her parents removed to South Kayn- There are scores of old friends in at the end of the week.

=-JK. Trulllc, lanager.l meet next week Wednesday. ham where she married William H. Crescent City who will rejoice at Kev. \Mr. Crippen left last week to Grape Fruit

l cbon"11le., Fla. "Koselawn," the home of Mrs. Eaton Carpenter. of Taunton. Her husbandwas Mr. N wlom'lI succe a. He Is one attend the conference held at Jack
well kuown for loug service In man who thoroughly understands sonville. He will then return to ills
Cliff at m.
.. p. the 22nd and 58th Mass regiments the growing of citrus fruits. home at Tarpon Springs. 279 Washington St. New Yorli
Mrs. W. H. Fuller, who has been during the civil war. Mr. Carpenter
\lft TORREY.and taken to the St. died In 1877 at Taunton and after The men of the village\ are hauling
ill some weeks, was her Decides to Locate Here.Dr. and spreading pine needles In the
continuing residence there for
ker and Embalmer. Augustine ho..pltallast week whereIt several years, his widow came with Graham K. Ilenson of St. roads and. on the sidewalks.The .

was expected she would undergo a her sons to reside in Attleboro, re Clalr Mich., of whom notice was Indies' of the V. I. A. are getting \ .

,ruH f Caaketa and Oomn.T serious but not necessarily dangerous siding for many: years on Peck St.: made in these columns last week, \ up an entertainment and bazaar Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
1R1 1- operation. The deceased Is survived by a sister nas decided to locate In to be held next month. The date
in Kay n ham and by another sister permanently will be announced, next week. Every.
CITY. FLORIDA Preston and Joe Jones, sons of Mr. Mary L. Hale of Peck.St., Crescent City. He has secured the body will be cordially welcomed. Goes Everywhere

Peter Jones of Fruitland. have purchaser and by three sons: George F. Car. ofilce over Lounda' drug store formerly There was (preaching! In the M. E.
meat market lately conducted penter of Attleboro, for many years occupied by Dr. Dunshee. church
the Sunday morning by Kev. Mr.
In business in Pawtucket
> ; Thomas Dr. Henson has wife and two Morris. l\rl.Morrl. led the North South East
a and
Crty Transfer Co., by J. P. Yarn. They are S. Carpenter of the Horton, Angell little league meeting. Kpworth West.
bright and Industrious young men company and Harry K. Carpenter a children and they are expected \

te4 1us at Cieaofnt City Junos and will honestly strive to deserve well-known insurance man and formerly to join him here in a few days. Messrs. Monjar and Sullivan have
an assessor. each a large horned owl which Consult the "Purple Folder. .
; train by appointment.B. share of the public's patron. The St. Clair Press of the 17th lust were :
a good
Mrs. of mounted
Carpenter was a quiet and has tile by J. P. Cowburn of
following regarding Dr. Henson's
M. LABEEE. Manager. domestic disposition and was well Crescent City: who does the finest
-. age.The beloved her friends and departure from that place: kind of '
----- News has had a moat cheering by acquaintances. taxidermy. For )
Much of the time during her The friends of Dr. G. E. Henson detailed information, rates, schedules and reserva-
Edwin Gilbert who Bev. J. H. Davis here
letter from Mrs. stopped on
BE later she sufferer from few days when
years was a were surprised a ago
tJ HARRIS I. keeping house at The Seminole III health, but until recently she was the doctor announced that he had Jacksonville.his way to the He conference 1I..ld'I.1. tions see your nearest ticket agent or write or call on -
apartments 2020 Broadway, N. Y., able to be about and to attend to her sold his fine home on Sixth street was formerly pastor -
at the M. ]0:. church here
JJBarber, .I. and News readers In this vicinity domestic duties, In which she took and was going\ to move to Florida; everyone was pleased to see him.and FRANK C. BOYLSTON, T. P. A., Jacksonville,
the; deepest interest. She devotedher lOud make hla-permaoent home there
ESCENT CITY. will be pleased to know that Mrs. leisure time to the pleasant giving as the reason that he had become D. B. Raybon visited Jacksonville

;1'- Gilbert l Is well. Mr. and Mrs. David pastime of painting landscapes In convinced that he ought to get recently and on his return he was A. W. FRITOT
-'p and a clean sutlsfaoe Carll are living with her. oil. She met with much success and into a milder climate and away from accompanied. by Mrs. Raybon and ,
e and hair Cut. Kuaran- painted. number of very creditable the borders, of the Great Lakes. baby daughter. A !large crowd was
t me. u. A. B. Appleby was called to South: works of this nature. Dr. HHUSOII him been a resident' of at tho depot to welcome them and Division Passenger Agent, Jack8onvil1&r Florid4.
Carolina last week on account of the The funeral will be held from her St. Clair ever since as a boy he entered Mr. Baybon's smile Is the smile of a >\"

I :For Publication. Illness of Mrs. Appleby who went to late residence on Thursday. after the ollloe\ of Dr. \V. Burtless. very proud and happy father, and or F. A. YARBOROUGH!, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast \1'1
home to spendthe holf- noon at 2 o'clock Later. he entered the Detroit College one that won't come otf. .
t 1Court. niKhth Juilloliil CIr.Cl her parents' : rtf Medicine but cave un hilt studies Line Palatka Fla. .
L.I'.. Uuuuty, Fforlda-Iu Otmn. days and was there taken 111. Her CAME NATION to -serve In the HpanUn;; -war, as a Mrs.J. F. Gable Is- able to be upami :

_1t? I.by hr luiifrlentl trouble Is .a bone f ml Ion on the certainlyssmanhed a hole In the bar- hospital steward In the U6U. regiment around again. ---- .
''I- ezt I Bill forForut'loaure thumb and It was reported that rooms of Kansas. but Ballard's Horelounil Mich. voluntexrs. Rev. J. H. Davis was appointed -
I I,,. of' serious danger of blood Syrup has smashed all records ama Upon the return of the regiment he pastor of the M K church here nt V fF'
( there
'c.tleWitS CIIU* Morteulge.y was cure for coughs, Bronohltla Influenza resumed his studies graduating In the conference. .held in Jacksonville ;
als.. J poisoning.Rev. aDd all Pulmonary diseases. T. C. H-. IUOO and wall noon afterwards ",,- last week. j J W. ]1. MAULL A. 11. / .
x by mrtltluvlt nppflndeiJ-to the D. Spencer, accompanied by Horton Kansas writes: "I have neverfount pointed a surgeon In the army and t*
III l nl>ovv ntutwl cause tbnfe, Hnr meUlulne that would served two in the ( -
t cites. Htmry A. heath mm Rev. Dr. Win. E. Jones of rhll delphta a cure a years PhllllplneIsland I
Li bl. wits, wml Julininii Opa cough so quickly as Ballard's Uorenound where he saw some Interest 1- ;; N\AULL BROS.
K Corporation: uiulttr: the and other winter visitors here Syrup." I have used it (or years." Slid Ing service among other things being Pork! Pork! 'I h"

'I1n. tlio$ ttufumluntit of tu. Mtat tfmruUi1runlilttntn of went down to Be.vllla bid Sunday by Aokerman-Btewart Drug Co. with the first party of soldiers that. '"i COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
0 Ivfm.dniit Jahiuon Opticalorfttloii. and held service in the Bnptlst reached overland to the town where
t "ta.. In A ro Id tint February Burr Mcintosh Agulnaldo was finally captured. i
.:un( niui reithlHiica of the. ohuroh. Dr. Jones preached, a most Monthly. Dr. Henson, however, could not I Pork! ; Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty.$ ..,
A. Heiuy A.III. i
r" H..thhnlln. excellent sermon. M r. Spencer says: .
stand malHrlal climate
the of the
0. nniinuwn'tinhits Quite a little space Is !glveirln thisissue .i 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore Mel. j T
nr" over the cue or "Our meeting In Seville last Sunday Philllplnea and like many others One u. I
to tine portraits celebrated hundred head of corn fed
1rN It Is ttinrufutt ordHrmt '
.Jont. tlafundnnti. Joliimuny. will never be forgotten by many of people In the drama and music. contracted malady which a severe compelled form him of to that return hoga to be sold FOR CASH at the "i Florida Headquarters : CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA j/i
H corporntlfin uml r then U that
ho Htitltli y are. herebynr us and our earnest prayer Among them are David Hartfleld to /St., Clair where he has been Crescent City Market in the nextfew' ,, m.tis .
_ _ bless the dear Elsie Janls Madam KaU oh. Maxine ..
to thu Hill of .toniplulut" God will abundantly ever since.
anon or baton In Elliott, Margaret. Angliivof the stage practicing weeks. ,\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ,
brothers who so kindly helped us Two years ago III addition to buildIng #
8th DAY OF, JANUAKY, and Madam Klrby-liiinn and Mau. In addition to a complete line ...
Ills fine residence he
t thc tile Mttd notiVmililrtntA. our time of need. rice Renaud famous in Grand Opera.A joined Dr 'of Florida and Western Meats we - -- --- --- ---- -- -- ------ .
.). W. Inches In building the new ,
H Taelt. nllHtf henry
,lIIu I U.lh..OIlhi.. wiro. b. Miss Jessie U. Burton arrived' on magazine new Is departure a department for this devoted(unique to Inches Block and this properly .. -. are receiving a full stock of Staple ;; \ VThlio Co. I Notice to Stockholders.

I plaint ruby rutuilrml filud In >u to. d.8nt appear cause on to Wednesday of task week from Braiden muslo and musicians In charge\ of est he Intends to retain. and Fancy Groceries, and the IOUI8VILLB. KV. Crescent City Fla.. Dee 81, 1907. .
\ town where she has been since Arnold Kruckman widely known ama The Dr. and his family .left for Detroit prices are right Here are a' few btotlliM. 1UTRkM There will be a nisetlnif of the
(_ DAY 01 FEBRUARY, musical critic, Charles Qnlncy yesterday where Mrs. Henson ..**- stockholders ol the. PrestonMillerCo
last After .pending a day special for CASH ONLY : -
I. untilla and the children will remain for a IMMtotr** :
twice fitS .1I8"nllon. of contributes at the otfloe of the oompsnyin
'rurner a unique little
oouumi..a by .nM V... or two bersvAIIss) Jessie went to Pa- article entitled( "Home: Old Time. Val short time with her mother Mrs. Armour' Star Hams and Breakfast FURS Cr.4so..nt City, Fla., at 3 clout p.

ooIed tint thai Order. .bi .. latkufora visit with her friend, Miss entines."' Anderson. Dr. Henson wllL-.lenvo Bacon, 15o ; White Salt Bacon sndHldsLt. ._ .;.J7 \ Wednesday, January 16th. 1IW8.J. .
_ )week ftir eight coimwoutlve.Bunk Susie Lee Walton, and where she As usual the platorlal features of for Florida tomorrow and takes with lOo ; Picnic Hams, lOc ; Challenge ....- :" \ ( H. PBBXTON, President),
News, .. .r him the best wishes of large circle -
C ik .w..p. a :__ I
_ _1 County aud suite* .ia to tfxpeeted to ,spend some two weeks, the Burr McIntosh Monthly outclass of friend and partnnts who will hope Milk lOc ; 18 Ibs. Oranulatnd m 1 ,

_______________R, alias wire henry cud A.once HuAtli. Week nntlhU when Him will return home porma- those landscapes of any being other\ particularly publication fine the to see him again. soon It only on a !Sugar: $1.00.Thanking HANDY MOTH PAPERA Tax Notice.
Jtlve w..*.... *.. to the John- .. In still In Brald- visit. for favor.
nently. U r both In composition and treatment. -_ -.---- you post I will be nt Prefilncits with TaJ;,
Vint 1 :;y.d..I; ::IH .rl this. entown, where she will remain a Altogether the innnazliiewill more Stops earache. In two minutes; Wit respectfully request a continuance troyrinildlilnhiotftnt. Pluowtonitor BlIllfcH lit tllH rolIuw( lug Libya '
Prov *nihtr Iwff. than please those ho .are interested toothache of bum, scald. oniputM, 01* In the told' tit furs and .
JUHKPfl FKIOUJ, few weeks longer superintending the or pain or In cf your patronage. uluthtnK i It drtve.away n.otbn ciiL worry. HMlJwin H'hool.lJatllr.laYt.: SBtb.lliwtwlck
c Ule.1I (JI..u"Court' education of a new granddaughter Ui line. reproductions. The magazine... five minutes; hoarsenes, on. hour; Twelve ,iuoLs In a packet: ,cnrrlntfe' prttimlfl.lOo Tucsdity :\Mori ?, 'SHtbOn
..if o PmoBt Deputy 01..... prhnary can ba found on all news stands.. ''inusclvRohii., two hou101 i sore throat ;6 packet.iec. itdrutjia: $done net have UPowd .. the a"IV"' dales mofllo* will
I.r., born to Mr. and Mrs. Clay BT/BB PUBMSUIMO COlli P.U'Y. twelve hours-Dr": Thomas Eoleclrio G. J. Braddock. I1a.lige. .r Work, Bl...Uott 'II bit aluaud. A. H. \Vtt.LA8PTa ,,.
p lo..pl.IDaD'_ OrabU torn two w..1IBI'?. 4 West Xind St., New York. Oil, monarch over pain _lar....'".. 10.., UoU tocI \. ..*


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DeWitt T. Gray. Minstrels i
T. Gray, aolioltor for Palatka The Palatka News i:! A granolithic sidewalk and curb la ii
always GOOD
was a min I being laid Irt front of the .
Court In Jack strel I town, but It has ..>-er reserved. Saratoga i
son of Mr. H. the -- .- -- .., Hotel P'opeity P. J. Becks Is doing
A. for Everybody.
married on Thurs dray py or right even.to mediocre."kick" at anything slop I .I the work. Now is the TimeTo Work

at 'Furnundlna. The But Manager Kalbfleld: Is holding $ City tfappenings and = Hon. Robt. W. Davis and' Mrs
city has the following out the promise of something really Davis of Tampa, are expected here Begin your Spring;
: wedding: excellent In this Una I this week for a visit WANtED":
: : The Donnelly Personal mention. couple
a of Mr DeWitt TaU Uatfleld Minstrels, booked for the g J I with Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Willard. Sewing; ,

I Jacksonville. ,and Mien Howell Theatre on the night of ""' ., The of You cannot start too ILlA Y Ab1TE0
performances Hemstreer.
McQIffin, of this Thursday, V IN
February 15th, 1 Is a part of
See tits mind-render and
by Key E W. the Al. Q. Field organization. The big window display of em hypnotist at Early
broideries at Miss Lucas' the Howell Theater on"VednesdaY''and WANTED
bride'. ye.ter.. company Is getting the. best sort of store Thursday evenings were well attended Remember, I am
father press notices all W. O.
through the south. Oartledge of Huntlngton,, nice line of
l00H) Here i Is a sample from Athens (Ga.. ) was visitor In the city Wednesday and generally pleasing! showing a

f acing wingvto the Banner: C. II. Cash/ Sand fe \ f Mrs. W. P. Merriam. ent.TH.lncd. a KEfjNERLY HARDWARE CO
"The Donnelly and Hatfteld Minstrels Crescent > M. Newbold ol"f. large party of the society young peo Laces andEmbroideries THE ,
a recent death In the were the attraction at the Colonial City, were In-the city Wed pie of Palatka last Tuesday (eveningat DEA nSIN '
Only the Imme last night;and the performancewas nesday. a dance given In honor of her

: [ a few relatives wlt- good In every respect. The audience Mrs Stuart Worden entertained a guests, the Misses Valentine. Hurilwivre, Stoves. Plows CultUntorn, WntorCouUrs :

tha Its was large and very liberal with large bridge party at her home! last. Mr. Brlddell of the Gravos' ., Ice Cream Freezers) Agents for
youngest applause, and the of evening.
onegof work the I thews Paving Co. of Ga., Is in
Macon OliverCLllled
MoOlHlo, entire underwear, t IMauet Jr.
( company was very much above I Mrs. suitable for
Gee Welter of St, : the city to take charge of
most prominent oltl- the minstrel organizations that have Petersburg:, pavingoperations Plows Atkins' Saws, Etc.,
men, and Is visited( Athens In several Is the guest this week of her sister, on Lemon and Water. dresses and all kinds of
j|| an ex seasons.
1 and "The Mrs. Ella V Grooms ; streets! tat kE': F lorid::: :
highly ac comedians of the show, headed garments. a ?-,
1\: lady possessing by Tommy Donnelly and Gov. Bowen George Floyd general freight agent Miss Kate Lucas has gone; on a two CENTS, SPOT CASH, lor all the
( that endeared her were given an ovation and un- of the. !'. K. G. Ily. spent Wednesday weeks trip to New York for the. purpose Will I'll)' TOUR
; .. like the usual minstrel comedians, in the city. of selecting her spring millinery Miss Hattie Buky. clean, WELL-CUUK1 VANILLA they emus get,
Is a prominent attor they have added several new Jokes stock and securing a trimmer to pre and will continue to buy pnd ray ciwh for it tlirnuKli
having recently to their repertoire. Special mention Luke F. and O. Cottington; have !gonn to pare for her grand spring opening Kino Dry Ocala and Motion, '
; by Governor Broward should be made of the vocalists Butler to erect a store for W. the entire season
who O. Towusond. Ca t.W. D. Allen, ex-comity commissioner Lmlloi'FuriilBtilntfa. Vaiilllft'' sad get the CASH.
of Duval vice. Mr. rendered several Ilrlng your
l selection* very ( .
of Frultlaud visitorIn
pleasingly and the Mrs E. 1. woe a nothing but First Quality Vanilla
concerted number E. Jenkins and Miss Surer.a the city Tuesday whose coming We want
left vllllewharterere, that cloned the first part was well Halley have returned from a visit pleasure. to Capt. Allen
gave many.
Jack o sun ('. to Charleston.Mrs. ,
their future home. "In the olio the act of Draoula looking prosperous THE
best wishes of a "the frolicsome demon;" was well Thos.\ White of Keuka, was a Miss Maggie Sharp a sister of I c ys J
here of whom the liked and< the setting: for the act was" pleasant visitor In the city several Mrs, Dr. Cyrus, died.. nt Columbus.
'. as the bride, has made very attractive. The Tusaano Brothers date during the week. Ohio, on Thursday of last week. Every Day Kennerly Hardware Co.
I. frequent visits here Roman battle-axe Jugglers and Rt. Rev. W. J. Kenny, bishop\ of !Mrs.\ was In Columbus at the '
)' {I ." Smith and Baum musical experts, St. Augustine, spent Tuesday here time ocher sinter death. Brings us Palatka Florida.

', are worthy of a. place on._any pro the guest of Father Barry. The News has received a lengthy New arrivals of
\' Misfortune. gram.; A. J. Padgett of prandin was In communication from Mr. C. A. Le 3

the News at Buffalo laughable skit entitled closed"The with Dark-a the. city yesterday on his way. to St. Hardy, but as It did not come into Goods for the
a tale. of Johns county on a deer hunt. our hands until noon of Thursday, Its
misfortunes town Circus .
and Trade.
one wassent
every publication was found to be Impossible : Spring
\ an aged colored man home with a pleasant word for Patton Anderson Chapter, U. D. O., this week. It will appear" next
Joe Wright t. last Tommy Donnelly and Joe Uatfleld will meet. with Mrs. M. I. Coxe next .
: ('. and thelt-oompany of minstrel" Thursday afternoon, Feb'y Oth, at 8 woek.Rev. ReadytoWearHATS Isals a9i s ed 4+sags1 9 94+... AB 9)9)9tl s' AA dt9)aadi 996
had been sick and was o'clock. Stuart. Hjatt formerly of this
I 1 to the St.Augustlne Frauds Discovered.T. city has been appointed to temporarily i The :Only Complete Line
but before E. Bridges a gentleman whose Harry Burns, the popular traveling supply the pulpit of St. Johns
;(((1 to burn the high I business It f Is to convicts passenger agent of the O. S.&F. By., Protestant, Episcopal church, Tallahassee .
I ;:' his house and from the various counties of the. was doing business In Palatka on made vacant by the death of : ; are now in, Furniture and House
r the grass, he state camps was a visitor In Pnlat- Tuesday, Rev Dr. Carter, magnificent : i

!; or went at least Into supposed ka on Tuesday, and at the court Mrs. Win Overman, nee Miss Jen- Mr. and' Mrs. Chime P. Monoriefand
was detained In noiine the house he intimated that frauds had nie Baldwin formerly of this city Is three children! and Mr. John D.1Ionorlef..U line of new Furnishings in the City.
\ .. by callers and In been discovered in certain precincts here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. of Brooklyn, N. Y.! are Laces andEmbroideries
t' the had In Marion county which lu the Lansing. here on a visit to their mother, 'Mrs.K. .
grass caught
: set the barn tire; event that these precincts are thrown George. Smith of Mid who H. Moncrlef .and their sisters i
< on Flint ,
I out, will put the county in the "dry," : !Mesdames\ G. W. Bagsett. and S. J. 313215317Lemon
man's has been
attention visiting W. T. Johnson has
was ,
; .. ton late; the barn rather Mr. Bridges than In the stated"wet"that column.In one been called,. home by the serious illness Hilburn. of which our big T C t tM R. Ryan Street,

; .. of flame. It was Ocala precinct where there. are less of his wife. H. L. Ernest of"this city who 0 window gives fine Palette.lit I

and other combus- than 100 registered voters, 10(1( votes J. M. Cutler, general freight agent conducts the Rlvorvlew Poultry L.
., two wagons' were returned. In another precinct of the Georgia Southern & Florida Plant, captured 10 premiums on his : display. .. eede6lbEef? eEe64ie6 _seeetilek66ESm
belonging: to Air. one man was allowed to vote whose Railway, was a business visitor in breed of S. C. White Leghorns at the
all of which Florida> State -- ---------- -- -
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exhibit of the ---
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name was not on the registration the city this week. Kate L.: Lucas -
books and who had been In the Poultry association. In Oilando. Five :,. _
the worst. Under county a short time.only He thought F. J. Fearnslde has been upending of these premiums were of the first iI: 0'1141111R: 1i'IMII91pli"IttEIP1011 ''I,' !I G S L+16'GlmLaltllltDlNt, f 9AGl'MC.dpit!

) can, was $2a0ln bills, the commissioners when they cameto a portion of the. week In St. Augustine :\ class, four of tile second and one of ,
bank in which were canvass the vote would e be looking after the business of his the third. Ha was awarded 1st and' : < ''f tAxv W "{;:mi f&riiskirHoisc
: savings of three Justified In throwing out these precincts company In that city. 2d premiums on cocks, 1st and 2il 1

'\( r all lost. entire, In which event the Hon. S. J. Hllburn is In Orlando on cockerels, 1st, !2 2d.1 nnd 8d 1 on hens
I) His loss has well dry side would have a substantial, this week, where he and Hon. Robt 1st and 2d on pullets, and .a 1st tyiHen.
heart and mind. W. Davlsare. .. _M r-Kriiestalso' to, ,lieeffiauyprizes -L- &\
m-Jorlty- enarDl: --ffi.-J.p;, -
ffwlirbe tcffiiTn'Eered. at last
1J.tAt"> n r.rfre.ltroult .I!
.Ji .n" : Court. :
] } year's state. fair In Tnmpa. Ha may :11A didJ'CUSTOM '
'! IIss Irma Brukaker and little decida to send some of his birds to Complete
brother of Federal Point, are visiting the coming state fair also. $
tit the home. of Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
The Murray\ Comedy Co., which v i- \
DuPont lu Palatka .
: .. filled a week's engagement at the
M. Rust, treasurer of the Wilson Howell Theater last week, remained :
Cypress Company, has returned over on Monday night of this week and you can take a whole year to pay the bill Only a suiil
j, from a visit with his father. In ;Michigan and presented "Peaceful Valley" BT/ payment required at the time of purchase and the balance it

who has been seriously 111. the late Sol Smith Russell's masterpiece small weekly or monthly payments to suit your oonvenienn

\: Rev. Oeo. K. Kirchner, of Fernan- : to a of largo this:\ company audience.was The highly engagement ; -- s My great success is duo largely to the fact"that I guaranty!
dina will conduct German Lutheranservice
f at the residence of F. A. Gerber satisfactory, who filled to the the t theater each of Palatka :.of- A Everything as Represented or Money Refunded,
at2:80:! o'clock Sunday afternoon. s
.: the eight; nights. The company expected
Over GOO members attended the to spend the entire! week In I i O2 Lemon St.
but owing to the engagement Jwjr
I I meetingoftheFarmer'sCooperativeand St. Augustine Yelverton Jr. Paiatka.ru
Educational. Union in Alacnim of the opera house there ,
last week. This excellent the Keunebeo" Co. on
and Odd Lots order is growing rapidly In Putnam Monday night the Murray's could
f 4 t county also. not begin' their engagement until -----.-- M
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!5 Tuesday
:.! Miss May\ Crosby entertained a I
'f of' San, Mateo peopla. nt

I'f: all Winter Goodsto Lord party the matinee Fontefroy"presentation young at the of Howell"Little scrofula]Moat. ,disfiguring pimples,blood.rashes skin eruptions etc.Burdock, are If It'sQuality You're After,

due to impure
: theater last Saturday afternoon.The ,
: little folks enjoyed themselves Blood Bitters Is a cleansing!\ blood u...:Zi: Remember The Singer Sewing Machine.
Makes cle'Lr.eVlldol..ar-'
: be Sacrificed. Immensely brained clear.ltlnned you EVERY woman of taste PRb Not only for qunllty, but for up-to-date.; construction UK

I :' I J. E. T. Bowden Waycross, Ga., appreciates the hand SINGER him been In the lead. for years-always Just a little bean
Is at the. Arlington Hotel. Mr. Bowden FOR SALE-Finn variety Pansy finished shoe than the rent
Is the agent. of the Devu Haw. plants Mooney's. custom-made The ell advantages which you may not know
Creek potato lands now on the mark but few care to pay the but we would be pleased. to snow yo because we are In the SewlnjMiichlne
st. He Is a son of his father, which FOR SALE-High class/ English:\ business and we know it from top to bottom because.
L Is not remarkable, except that Ills Setter Pups $10. C. A. Clements, extravagant price. make our living at It. The SINGER may be Seen at the e .
father Is an ex-mnyor of Jacksonville BuffalO'BIuf' Fla.. tf. meiit of K. O. EAULES, 417 Lemon 8t. Palatka, Fla., who will t

6UMLCAL8 1st, all Our "Queen Quality"! pleased to show you and sell you .according to your pocket-beetC'ASH W'j'
On and after February '
Miss Rosalie Metcalf gave .a most Union Carpenters. will only work $4.00 Custom Grade

enjoyable her mother's. fancy home dress on mask Third ball street at and eight 1085.HRO hours. for a day.. LOCALS 1UUS\) Boots offer its advantagesbut bL. W. JACKSOV: Salesman and Collector Uulnesvllle. Fl |

: last l Friday night.:\ There were some at a moderate price.That's .

10 couples present. The young: peopleIn Gralnurer for groceries.:\ Best In % ..... -- i
attendance pronounce, the affair reasonable. why they! have
one of the. most enjoyable they ever In the city. Prices: always +------=::=:;;+ .::::::: i5
jumped into instant favor.
attended.Mrs. FOR SALE CHEAP-A flue established == :Putriam: :Eha.nxLa.oy: :: ::: -5
L. C. Royce of Brattleboro, business and dwelling PALATKA.FLORI'OA' ,
many hundred Rem- Vt. arrived In the city early this In Palatka.grocery A big bargain for HERBERT CROOKAMan'sHouse
week and expects to. remain until somebody. Consult, U. M. 1SUUT. 1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and:
l : went out during the last block on. Mrs.Front Royce St.,occupied now owns by Capt..the -12-SW-t- -. --- ... Patents. !I

: of our big clearance sale, pany, property she inherited from !:IilililililiYililililili!: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: GARDEN SKED. AgcnU Mtllorr S"'am.ttlp jllji !
her aunt, the late Mrs. VV C. Unow. .. :.. .;:: .. '!i :-; J1!

t was a grand success, but with Col.a I.party L. Elwood of gentlemen of DeKalb friends, 111., SEEDSVe 1 Is His CastleIt __ __ __ __ ___ --->!I

taking stock we find many Messrs.Chicago Haloy., and Benedict Jones of and New Revellof York' \ have just received tfjJJ !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !:Ii !:Ii

are here for a few days fishing. Theyare complete stock of r 3 3Eg should be fortified, protected
i all of which will be thrown occupying the Klwood home on with good paint. Ten houses are [ i Get Your Glasses
Madison street and making' frequent Fresh Seed gj burnt up by slow decay, from not .

"Bargain Counter" and excursions on the yacht "Doodle." [ for epringplanting. EHQJ being property paintedto! every one from the largest Optical house In the State and from the

Henrietta Hum hrles, colored for We handle all kinds of Q* that is destroyed by fire. And yet it leading Optician the South Don't let your eye trouble
;; ;t at about half value. 27 years .a faithful and devoted servant 3 Field Garden and Flower r 3 3n costs' but little to keep a house well run on, for there 1 Is danger, and lots of It, If you do.
i! ; In the home of S. J. Kennerly, r painted If the right kind of' paint
and who had been the nurse for each Seed Fertilizer in small rQ is used. The bent painter !In the

t f rl of their children, died on Monday ] quantities.Kennerly's. J world cannot do a good job with
: ) what few winter goods after lingering Illness, at
morning ,
.oor paint, but!rive good painter
I her father's home The funeral occurred [ 3 Seed Store, 3 I -

l ; left will be sold at great Mt. Bethel on( Tuesday Baptist Church.afternoon from [ 3 I'alutka, Florida.. 3 3J PA t TON'S t

We are determined not Miss. Louise E. Holllster of Evanston J J Oiily)' exclusive Seed Store I j >
III., one of the. national lecturers 3 in this part of the State. 1' -
for the. W. C': T. U., and who Is to eat
one dollar of it over if visit many of the cities and towns In !fililififilililili!: !: !: !: !: !: !: !:lili!:
Florida this winter la to speak In the
i the priqe will sell it. Crescent City Presbyterian church -
,* next Sunday night. The local W. O 00000u000000000000000Q00000( Remember, you do not have to come to Savannah-
} T. U advise us that. Miss Holllster r v'II* nircty tct a Job dint we can fit you juntas well by man Any' Eye fitted toGlasaes
t will not visit Palatka.. t that respond. to light. Write, give us your all'e.
and Children's FOR 'I i Jik. well unit wear well,
; few Misses' and tell
us your troubles Ms-
Comment from those who attendedthe hi : :icy nc economical paints bciiute and we will do the rest.
ware of
} performance of "Along the Ken- Fresh Groceries Ui'y corer no much P ore pe.ldh.e< as we employ no agents.MINES .

at less than half price. nebeo" at the Howell Theater. Tuesday AND I irfavc a*:'! wear eo much lu-ipur OPTICAL COMPANY
,, night Is anything but complimentary thin ordinary paint They art ,
l Producesuppose
to the company. At least. Country j d I by reputable retail en wliojan Dr. Lewis A.
( { ,t Misses' and Child- U5 different people- have told ns thatIt n i existence depends upon HlneeEx-Presidentof the Georgia Optical
q was "rotten", whatever that may. you try ; cntttln.kcd! patronage of sat st Association Uefractlonlst, and in charge.
f i \ mean. Itf Is the only performance so 1 crsMmeGrt, Color! Card. SAVANNAH! OAt
) I knit underwear at less than far given: in this theatre that has met D. BOHANNON & SON'S c j Infoniu.'*ou fro.n

.I / make. other with general plays have condemnation.been pronounced All the New Midway GroceryThe !:Ii !:Ii !:Ii !:Ii !:IiIi!: !:Ii$$

\ ,. 1 good.6fr.andMrs.John. ACkeEllgl-SleWgf I Drug CO. -- .
( Old nin; ham Stand) -
: J. Vertrees of
'f' W*are muklnjr right prloita on I Notice.
Nashville Tenn., are expected here
nil Htnple and Fancy UroiwrlHH.' Palatka Florida.
I and Blankets at 25 tomorrow from a three week.. trip to unit everything In fresh We wiltnpprealiilva ( For Change of' Voting Place In Etss-: The annual meeting of the lltockl
I the east coast.. resorts.. \Mr. and Mrs. share of your pnIron tlou Precinct No. 17, Putnam era of the Bold>n Oyprnsn Door Co.>>1 t
Vertrees will spend but a short time use Good County Fie.regulareme cool>>1
cent. below what any Workmanship III will\ be held at the office of the
I' per here before returning to their homein D. Bohannon hereby Riven:\ In 1'alatl
)" will ask you for same the Nasuvllli guests of,!Mr.and and while Mrs.here J. N.will Wal be & Son. Prompt Service. County Jommlnsloners ting of the of Boardtof Putnam 7th.WO., at 10 o'olock 0&0. B.In 8&LDaJI.p.Jd the for.*".

ton. Mrs. Walton has been with County, Flu.. held. November 6th, ,
l them on their trip to Miami and 'Hint's what you get when you 11)07, It was ordered that the voting -r
I other east coast resorts. 0Q000000000000000l have your dun and Locksmith place. lu Precinct No. IT, Putnam
work and< Bicycle and ., as now
The lire alarm at 2 o'clock Tuesday Hewing Mills at Moo-
l ; Maohlnn. repairing clone at E. 0, -oes be and la hereby ,
caused the changed arrangeIllefu!
afternoon was by burningof
have made
have just what .small Lemon Daytona Private Hospital! and HA RLS'. to be ana.""1 1derr
J may you a cottage on upper street opposite the "Cannon Hall", Sanitarium. We always. .. please our patrons County Fla. and will furnish inform"as ',
of Come and belonging to Martin Griffin. didn't we can please. to the preparation of tbl pd'
% Coma By order
at and of Board
,? a save take the tire company long to subduethe ,Kv.ry facility iniHlltfiil for the Ami. proper treatment: see ma. missioners. of County Com desired
find ram of surgical VUHW JOSEPH
flames and the tire was small. .,trolnod ours.*. Seal PRICE. Ice Ftt'n''
i quiet ( ) 19 P.t.LATlCA
., / V these rare bargains. The (Ire caught from the weeds and 0urrounillnii' .Special. 1 nttmttlnit, glvm tn Deo. 19th Clerk. J-27.4t ---
grass In the. field to the south and all p"'"'''''. TortilM on nppllt" 'utlon. No. Iii., E. O. EARLS 1007. god
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'> west and which had burned to the "uoilil.ra.Avtt.A", .tolll.; tf Bad In.Mr K HOWIE Dr. Ell X. Quinn O. *

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