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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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NEW SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 46.

PALATKA, FLORIDA'! FRIDAY! NOVEMBER: : 13, 1908. $1. Per Year.


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r | H. Finley Tucker 1 1E Mm. M. T. McKeldin of Lnulsvlllu,; S LATE STATE NEWS.. < We ate pleased to note (ho returnof '
Howell Ky., was a guest (if Mrs. J. !M. Jonee William burst from New York SOON START.

: Insurance, Real Estate =s for a few day*. Mrs. McKeldin: will city. Mr. Durst seems to find Pomona -
== not return to Louisville, but to Jacksonville a pleasant place to spend the The
County Commissioners held ?
whero her husbAnd la now winter.
g Fire, Life, |:; permanently located. 'l'he St. AuKuntine hoard 'of trade an Informal meeting with their at-
has passed resolution to invite Miss Margaret Flak has accepted a torney Wednesday afternoon and '
Accident Major W. O. Hill and wife of VVn- President-elect Tart to spend the position In the oftlce of the Belden went over some of the preliminary:
g Health |= Theater tertowu, N. Y., are now nt home In winter there. Company, Pnlatka. and entered on work to be done before beginning/ on
their pretty cottage for the winter. her new duties Monday morning. the actual Improvements authorized
g Surety, ifc Watettown friends of the major All the cigar factories of TampaYbor Her many friends wish her success In the recent bonding election.
and West
gave' him surprise and presented City Tampa are As Is well known the contract for
; him with a gold headed umbrella the now woiklnjf on full time. Miss Franclx Mobley and Mrs. Geo a new bridge to span the river at I
Tornado 3
Fisk visited .
Pulatka
Insurance. night before leaving for Florida. Dr. J. H. Claywell, iv prominent Baturday. Palatka had already been awarded

Chas.' Fraud In home again afteran physician of. Cedar Keys, died on Miss Susie French of Hampton, N. to the Converse Bridge Company of

|S Improved and 5 The event of the season extended trip north-Boston and! Monday morning from a, complication H., has come south for n few months Chattanooga, Tenn. All that remains -

vicinity ; the change for a, few of diseuses. BM guest of Miss Susie Klsk. Miss now Is to locate the site of the
French Is pleasantly remembered proposed bridge, and when this U
months beneficial.E. by
E proving very The State Federation of Woman'
Unimproved = I her visit here three years ago. done the Converse people will begin!
Clubs of Florida will inert In Live
Mabel D. Lothrcp and wife and Mrs. operations. A committee of commissioners
Real Estate. 3 PaigeHerself O. E. Sterna of South Acton, Mass., Oak next week from Tuesday to ,1'';. L. McRi. went to his home at has been appointed to locate-

p are now comfortably located for the Friday inclusive. Harlem for election day. this site, subject to the approval of

: Sg ( ) winter In the upper suite at Btde-a Mora than 6. OO.000 cigars were Mrs. Drake and son have arrived the Federal government. 4

wee Cottage. shipped from Tampa last week, the and will be with us this winter as is The commissioners also bad some

/ H. Finley Tucker. | ClTauncy Butler and wife of IndimmpolU banner week. of the year. Only once their custom. Pomonaltes are al- discussion as to whom they would
and CompanyUnder are at the Lake View has this been paused : that was one waya glad to see their. little cottage appoint bond trustees. but this mat-
I Mr. week in October, 11MJU\ when they opened, which shows they prefer ter was also left over to a subsequentmeeting.
== 01"| (Jourtiroiuo. Pnintk.il,, KlaST == Butler comes to personally superintend amounted Florida to New .
the shipping of his to (1,750,000. Hampshire a good
; =smmmmmmmmmmm the managementof crop as well as enjoy a few weeks orange of part of the year. The names most prominently men-
Phono
18.: The Florida. Mid-Winter Exposition tioned In this connection, however,
Mr. Chas. W. Ritchie Floi'Ida' sunshine. with Hon. W. H. /Hearing president Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Peck, O. H.Vrrcester. are Geo. B. Belden of Palatka, JohnA.

dipt.) Henry Anderson and wife has been organized and will \ 'V. S. Mlddleton and ..1.P. Crosby of Baa Mateo, and J. M.
of Jacksonville were guests for a few hold an exposition In Jacksonvillefrom liesfliuit were In( Palatkn last weekon Kelly: of Jlolllster though It I. under-

Jt -----. Three days/ of his brother, U. \V. Anderson. January !20th to March 20th business and pleasure. stood that the latter, owing to business

4 Nights Only, dipt. Win. McCann has taken the 1UUU.) The V. I. A. ladies have a numberof reasons, will decline to serve. W

For cottage owned by J. P. Porter, and KdwnrJ J. !Trlay, former state good things In store In the way NOTES
FROM
commencing Wednesday expects to have friends join him later treasurer of Florida, Is on trial before of eiitertalniiisntB later In the sea FRANCIS.
t New and UptoDateFurniture In the season. the United /States Circuit CourtIn son. They _will meet every two
). NOVEMBER 19th. New York charged with conspiracy weeks to discuss plans and do fancywork Mesdames Tllghman and J, H.
and Kit Futch of Gainesville Hindu a to keep employee tlie'Florldi, and make numerous useful nrlcles Hlckenlooper of Palatfca drove out
brief visit here recently. Mr. Futch East t'oiist' Ky extension In enforced ; to be for sale at one of the com- Thursday afternoon to look after T.
House Furnishing Goodsat Presenting Three Great has an Interest In the fish Industry peonage. Ing> IIlral rs. B. Hlckenlooper's home, who, with
which recently started here.C. bits bride Is expected here soon.
Plays: Jani5. Fillies shot and seriously Everybody la glad to have Pomonaa
It's Time very low pricesGo J. Crenshaw of New York city wounded Joseph Hutto at Fulforc telegraph station again.; For several Miss Faith Leonard spent Sundaywith

was registered at the Lake View last Sunilny' morning. Hutto Was months we have been without telegraph her mother at Hastings. Mrs.S. .
to "For Liberty and Love. over Sunday.Mrs. shot twice one bullet went entirely communication, and so doubly (I. Miller accompanied her home.

"At Corners." M. V. Milliard was in attendance through Ills body while the other appreciate the wires which were Miss Margaret Miller wan In Pal-
Cozy at of the lodged near the spine. put In last week. C. H. Plplar will
R. S. the state convention atka Friday shopping. Miss Ine.
Mooney W. O. T. U. at Ocala. Mrs. Milliard 10 little busier, but says he Is glad: Wattles home with
To Thinkof "How Flipper Was The Ponmieolu Hotel Company Is to be at telegraphing again. came her, remaining -
represented this flourishing little soCiety planning to erect n fOUOOUO hotel ntFensiioolii. until Sunday evening.
I'ulutka, Florida.! which so recently organized Mrs. !M. E. Erwin returned Thurs
Flopped. The Is composed
company Miss Edna Browning drove to East
here. lay from a weeks' visit at Ormond
of local business men, who Palatka
Wednesday morning, returning "
with her mother.
I Rev. S. J. Townsend went to Day- have already raised large amountof home with her mother, who had
Undertaking and ,Embalming. ;ona on Tuesday to attend the East money. They will issue bonds In C. Lee Smith Is busy packing and been confined there the past two

Prices: 25-50-75c. Coast Conference of. the Congregational ; the sum of 200000. shipping' oranges from the groves weeks with dengue fever. j

church. George Frank Connell of Oaklandwas under his care. The oranges go to
Mr. Marlon Smith was taken to
Your New Satisfaction Guaranteed.To Mrs. Thomas Lee was reportedvery accidentally shot; and killed Enl\"land-IIo long way for Florida St, Augustine last Thursday for an ,
Seats on sale at Ackernmn- seriously ill of heart trouble. while hunting birds. He went olf in fruit to travel. operation. but Dr. Worley decided

all':::fe patrona. wo your a I,HO give(iiunnd, yon promiit IxHkiinih And Qeo. Downing has been very ill the morning alone, but not returningby Chase & Co. etlll continue busy at that his chances for recovery were 11

,\ work 01lJ'IIleyelo and bowing Mucblnoeimlrlnff Stewart Drug Store. with a complication of diseases. noon a search was made and his their packing house and W. II. more without the operation, as the

Fall Suit.We dorjo at J. II. Corthell was a business visitor body t found alongside a wire fence 'ook's teams are all day hauling patient Is suffering from an aboess of

E. O. EARLS .. fcn Pjtlfl.tlcn.'fhere with gun caught In the wire, tellingthe their packed fruit to the cars. The the liver of a cancerous nature. Mr.

11I We alwnvi ploane ; ;t the asocial Friday night tale of accident, while getting weather has been fine for picking, Smith was accompanied to St. Augustine -
our patron*-we cnn iiloaxa'on.
I I 3I ) come and aeo ii.. Komomber. 41T Lemon Notice of First Meeting of Creditors it the town hall under direction of over the fence. and tha.work tIijsseason seems to be by Joe Smith: and Silas

have some very I 3 treat. Palatka, Florida.Donkey's he Kpworth League-no fees but a Thos. A. Tliomosoi a -young: man going forward smoothly.HUNTINGTON Motes.

------------ In the plRtrlot Court of the ITnltod KtntoH good time promised. All invited. who has been engaged phosphate Silas Smith of Palatka has been r

clever models that For tl10 Houthorii(, Dlatrtct'.o(Florhill.InlJllnkrnpIC ,. mining Alicliua county, was arrested NEWS. making dally visit. to seCt his brother -

Chicken ) Bible Class Organized.At at Burnett's LAke the other Marion Smith. .
In the ninttor of day on a warrant charging him with
promising
we'd like to show you John W.Winter Uiinkrupt., a meeting of the Bible class of bigamy, Thompson came from Bag- man Allen of Crescent n. Long City a was a business young S. S. Browning Is home from East
St. James Methodist church held Palatka, where he has been taking
To the creditors of John W. Wlnti'rn. oItiHtliiKH. maw, Mich., with his father, who visitor here during the past week in
They're conceived by RemediesAT )hI tliu: Ouunty: of At. JolinnnmHHtrlft 1 Monday night. final arrangements owned considerable valuable phosphate the interests of J. W. Zaring &: Co., care of his wife, who suffered a re-
aforuaiiUI, a bitnfcruiit. for perfecting a permanent organlza- lands In this state. Upon the wholesale of Jacksonville.The apse from dengue fever last Friday. ,
Notice IH hereby given that on the Iflt clny ion were made. A constitution has death of his father young Thompson grocers Baby Ruth Is also very 111 with dysentery -
of October, A. H.. 1WH the mild John WWlntonwiudiily been and the Bros and their families .
Schloss Bros.and ailjmnti'il bunkrupt, ; ft nI adopted, young men are assumed eharge. In June 1UOI( he Ingalls 'I
hut th.llr.t mi'i-tlilil, of I hlH ri-oilltoi wll low In a position to do better and married Miss Louise Glass of High have arrived from Vermont andre Jas. Brewer of Palatka drove Dr. '
ho I..hlill th..ollleu of the Olork or the nuldCourt more successful work, not only In the Springs: but after a few months they again at their winter home Welch and T. Livingston out to
In the (lo\fi'nnumt IliillilInK In the Sunday school. but "I the comniunly They have a fine of ;
north.A crop oranges.Ed.
City of Jiii'kHom III",, lu\nl UonniyFloriilnon separated, Thompson going Francis In his automobile, over the
thnvTIlKliivor' Noveinuur, A. I n.. :IB", at at large. "Friendship Class" is few weeks ago his wife here learned Jennings and family. of Chlca- Palatka-Francls hard road, Sunday.
..iioVldi'k I In the I roranuun, lit which tlniuhaniiUI the name under which It ia proposedto there was another wife in Michigan -
A. B. Kirschbaum ,nttunil. tlmlrInliim go arrived here last Friday and wentmmedlately 1'
I iMi-dllori n ninv trttsioe, cxiiMilliu provo thuHiiikiuut piiisua a line of bible study 'and to and liiul him arrested for big to their winter home MissGraoe Miller returned to her
nppolnt iiml" trilimnct .It'h, other l IucI lIONS labor for the general uplift of the amy. Thompson claims lie has a bout four miles west of this place. school at Interlrchen on Sunday. '
11M limy properly) uoine hwfoio nuld moutlntfWJL.LIAM lien of the city. Following are the divorce from No. 1, hut even this Its
& Co. 'his Is Mr. Jennings first visit to R. G. Browning, who Is attending
JR. .
I A.Rote HAMOWKH.ItI In Iliinkniptcy.iickHoin officers President: and Teacher- K. O. claimed was procured through Irregular Florida. and he is well pleased. It Stetson University, came home Friday
'Ilia,Flit., Nov.7Ih.it.... Wright. channels. will be remembered that his father for a visit with home folks returning -
has two winters here. His
the two leading First VIoe-PreBldent In charge of spent Sunday evening.
friends will be glad to know the old
Notice of Application for Tax Deed. the Outlook D'PIlI.tm.ut-'l'hos. J. TenneyPennock.At gentleman will be down In two Drs. Warren and Welch are kept I
Clothing houses In N'lt'ce Is hereby given that K. B. Knight.Second. weeks. quite busy, coming out to Francis as
purchaser of tax oertlll- Vice-President In charge the Church of the Good Shep-" here Is ft great deal of sickness In ,

I America.The Kennerly's Seed Store. ate UcQloughlan.No 1J7 dated the 2nd day of the Social I Department. I1t In of lesduy afternoon. took place the arrived from the north and I
Third Vice-President
D. I'JOO has Hied said( reitlll- charge/ are
A. ,
i July, ten-pound boy arrived at the
the / wedding; of Miss Ellen M. Pennook located here for the win-
Ncwboun.t;; iintl Second- cflte in my olllce, and has made appll- Publicity D'l''I'tlllent-Hel1ry so well known and widely popular pleasantly' homo of John Sanders, Thursday.. .
above is one of lasuo in accord- McKenzie. ter. 1'heywere here two years ago.
for cation for tax deed to Mother and son doing One.B. "
Send
hand! School Hooks. embraces Secretary and Treasurer-K. D. 111 this city. and Mr. J. F. Tenney. ,
with law. Bald certificate W. J. Braddock has commenced to
liNt and. iiriccs. Biff I stock School ace situated Porter. of Federal Point. H. Browning purchased the ),
described -
I our styles. the following property the fruit from the Pine
Tho Jiov M. Campbell Stryker hip grove.
upplies. lum'TOV.S, ttlutkn, In Putnam county, Florida, to-wit : The class now has an enrollment nlll of Dave Cannon, located at Pen-
8-28-tf and nwj of nej Seotlon 15, of about twenty members and Is read the beautiful service. Mr. Davis lies Just finished n neat el station on the A.C. I.. Mr. Browning -
We lorlclu. of nwi
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have many moreto 25-1\10\ acres. growing rapidly. Mrs. John H. Douglas was matron little fishing punt, which it U understood sold a half Interest to H.A. Cannon V.
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assessed at the of honor, I>r. Douglas gave away the will be named the "none Saturday.: They will commence 7f
NOTICE.The The said land being
show at all bride and Mr. 'l'enney had as' his "
you date of tho Issuance of such certificate Prla, Never Chtngod. best man' Mr. William /Stockton uch. work in a few days.J. 1

State and Couuty Tax Hooks In the name of T. J Green. The Rev. Simon Turplo wan nn elo. Miss Pennock wore a handsome W J. Braddock( ( has recently purchased H. Hlckenlooper and family of

prices from for lOOt are now open A discount Unless said certificate shall be redeemed quent speaker but ho seemed to have and very becoming coat suit of caawba 1tine Jersey cow of John 'alatka drove out Sunday afternoon V

of 2 per cent will be allowed on all according to law, tax deed will Issue a list of sermons which, whet ho once cloth. It was trimmed very yalsj> between his hours In the telegraph

$10.00 to taxes; paid during' November and 1per thereon on the 12th day of December, icgau. ho weut right through to the modishly with bands of stitched Thwliiibers/ horses became frightened ol11oe.(

up cent. if 1 pnld during December. A. D.. 19011.Wltoo.s official and seal end and then started at. the first sermon black snrlii. On the coat were collar at a pausing freight train last T. B. Hlckenlooper and bride ar-
signature
A. S. WIT-LAUD, my A. D. 1908. again, and so on. and cults of beautiful lace, a crownIng atnrday afternoon and ran away. rivedVedne..day noon. They are .
of Nov.,
$35.00.See "ll-fltf. Collector. this the 5th day JOSEPH PRICE A young man lu the congregation touch to a lovely costume. This They were stopped by an oak tree; stopping at Rest Cottaga for a few I

[ifleall circuit] court.Putnam county, rla. was about to leave for South Africa, handsome lace was one of the many but little damage was done. days before going to housekeeping. "
Clerk tilts sent to this well loved bride by
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"Generally debilitated for years By Jos. Prloe, Jr. D. 0. but the Sunday before lie departed be those of her many friends who knewof S Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Vert drove to "
them, you'llwant ) Had[ sick headaches lacked ambi- attended the church service. her approaching marriage. Her Fat and DI.! ..... 'alatka Wednesday afternoon to do

lion was worn.out and all run-down. Most people say that we have the In the course of his lecture tbe minIster hat was of black satin trimmed with If the :lIe<1I141 Record lu right mans shopping. V,

them.Remember. Burdock Blood Bitters Chas.made Freltoy me awelt BEST BUTTER In the city. We used an illustration which were handsome wings, placed with con- pursuing In tho matter of bodily

) womlln.-MI'S. take their word for It-A. Grainier. ho words "A man can easily purchase ummate skill. The wings were weight what IH had for him, a common Union Thanksgiving Service.The .

we can. VIoosup, Conn. two sparrows for threepence." atawba, to match the suit. A large rick, and women limes for a physical V'

The man, after being absentfor loose bouquet of pink carnations put deal that would menu long life If pastors of the Presbyterian,
young the accent to most tasteful Methodist. and Baptist churches of
also] show finishing a achieved, something rure indeed for 1
you Sale.Fine about three years returned and costume and the most becoming. 'alatka have arranged for a union
Real Estate For gain on the first opportunity attended one that could have been chosen women to do. Most men struggle tobo Thanksgiving' service to bA held on

everythingthatislate divine service. Strange to tiny he Miss Peunock's sweet, dIgnified appearance fat. Most women diet to be lean.Dr. 'hanksglvlng evening at 7:80: In the V I
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heard the samo narrative by the same made a great Impression on Braudrcth Symouds draws from a Presbyterian church. Rev. J. C. V

In two story dwelling house, in fine condition on Kirby St. minister the phrase striking him most all who witnessed this pretty wedding study of life Insurance weights that Collum of the Baptist church will

Half! being about the "two sparrows for solemnized In the midst of people past the ago of thirty live longer preach the sermon. A thank offer'
and barn premises.
on V
Men's lot 100x150, artesian well waving branches of bamboo and before If below normal weight than they nu will be taken at this service
and Boy'sWearing hreepenco. an altar adorned with crysan- If above standard. Heart dls- which will be used for local charity V
rash balance at 7 per cent. At the close of the service the minIster do at or work.
hemunm. Is the underfill as _ _
and shook ease as rare among 'h
of town In his courtesy come
of about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge Mrs. John H. Douglas was gowned is with the heavy folk and
mall farm It: common
Apparel lands with the youth and welcoming In white silk, with stripes of brown Mabel Paige at The, Howell.The 4
known "Fitzhugh Place.} Half Cash. him back to his home. asked him if and with brown and white frlinnings. this is true also of Brlglit's disease I

a* lalat- 110 noticed changes about the Her rose hat wan becomingand apoplexy, paralysis cerebral conges- announcement of Manager
We are one of the The Lippincott place on St. Johns River, 5 miles from ilace. any as always she looked lovely Ions and cirrhosis of the liver. Only lowell that Mabel Paige and beg 11 V
and tuberculosis do the complete company, which ha. been
No cards were Issued for this wadding In pneumonia
of river frontage. The young/ man evidently quite un- playing for a number of months inacksonvllle
largest exclusive ka, one mile concerned. replied. "Aye, man there's but the bride's fritud art so nderwelebt carry a greater risk. In ) will be In Palatka for
both in the City and Country for sale on but there's yln many that number of people heard all the cases which he examined Dr.
Other properties two or three changes three nights next week will be b.lIed -
dealers of the wedding I inul were presentduring
InMen's Bymonds found not a single fat man
HENRY STRUNZ. thing I can see-tlie price o' sparrowsa the After the with delight by the people, MS
terms. Apply ceremony. who reached the ago of eighty years, Is great favorite hero
easy aye at the same auld flgger. -Olasow conclusion nf the service they adjourned Miss Paige a V
while- forty-four short weights passed The company will open nest Thur -
News. to the vestry room to cnn-
Shoesin
--- In the celebrated Cuban
this mnrk. day night
ratulat9 Mr. Tenney and to wish
;
>- military drama "For Liberty
comedy V
the state. ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::: ." him Mr.and and bin Mrs.bride Tonney every have happiness.!gone to. Th. Bait Prldo. and Love," which will be followed V''

Si;. Augustine. After a .hort stay A titled Englishman while In New. Friday night by the !great" royalty

DesperateCoughs there they will go to their home on port talked moat entertainingly to a pull "At Cozy Corners, which MussPalge

SatisfactionSuaranteed. K ha lovely bank. of the St. Johns I group of ladles about ancestral pride. starred In an entire season, at
W I river. high prices, and on Saturday night
"Ancestral pride is an excellent
Nov. 111. the funniest of all comedies
m! STERLING W Mr. Tenney is one of the most honored thing," he said, "but there are better "How Flipper was Flopped" will be V
Showing residents of the whole country
We Are in Great
hlnicH. We have long felt Iven. ;
Mall around Federal Point. He In a sueespful -
orders given'Special Britain that there are better things. I Miss Paige will. have the leading
business man, socially verydplll"htrul. beard the sentiment rather neatly ex- roles In all these plays; and she will V ,
coughs. Extremely and Is atxlenteci violinist.No .
attention. 5 WARE in great variety Dangerous: : wedding' tlifvt has. ever taken ircssecl last season by a duchess. Hers be supported by the strongest comny -
1.1' SILVER that
\V perilous coughs.: Coughs: ). that has ever toured the south,
ilnca here has aroused ,more friendly III great/ family, but she was talkingto
Clarence Chase Ed..ardLllwrence.
Including '
hone and tear the throat and
91. rasp interest and cordial and sincere good > a young marquis whose family Is Earl P. Adams Hurry

wide lungs.: Coughs: that shake the wishes than. have been shown by incomparably greater. He Is a rather 1 Castle Miss Amy Laird Miss; F'lor-

!\ for Gift Purposes. A range whole body. You need a regular : assembled hose of Mrs.In the Tenney'a Church friends of the Good who worthless lazy, dissipated young mar- :nee Hill, Miss Roma the Four W..t..ons .

\V doctor's medicine ( uls, and ha boasted to the duchess who will be seen in their flOm
medicine, a Shepherd this afternoon.-Jacksonville -
Fearnside about his people. ous singing and dancing peoialtlus, V
e'J for such a cough.: Ask Metropolis. '1 am very proud of my ancestry, and others. 't

t of Pieces at all Prices.SMITIL .. your doctor about Ayer's Practlcnliynil: of the coffee the west you know,' he ended. 1,

: J, Cherry Pectoral. ern world uses comes from Brazil. 'Yes.' said the duchess, 'and you Coming Theatrical Attractions.

Ih Seventy per cent of the world' coeegrows have cause to be. but Iwonder bow There will be something doing In
Clothing W.publish oui' forroulM there. ancestry would feel about you?" theatrical at the New Howell Theatre -
w. ....... taohol' your V
during the present month.
"...
The Jeweler A n *u msKtUhiMwA
: November 14th, for one night
|: lie,,.s, .S&ySSJ* Chamberlain's Moat Popular. How To Treat Sprain. only, the Majestic. Opera company.:

I ipo. J doatar "We have In stock many colic and Sprains, swelling and lameness. are November lUth. 20th and list the

I. \ doctor will tell that a medi- larrhoea medicines" says: R. M, promptly relieved, by Chamberlains Mabel Page Co. will he the uttr.oon. -
Any good you
like Cherry Pectoral cannotdo White, a f lomlnent merchant of Turtle Liniment. This liniment reduces Inflammation MI. Page will b" here In person -

Palatka Florida. \x cine Its beat Ayer'work If the bowel. are con. Bayou, Irs. "but sell more of C.bamerlaln' ; and soreness so that a sprain with a company: of 16.
?'J t Ask doctor If he knows > Colic, Cholera; and DiarrhoeaRemedy may be cured la about one-third the November B4th. the K. of P. mmtrels --
tlpated. better your than Ayer'l Pills for cor- tlu.n''of all others. put toetber. time required by the usual treatment. and -Johnny Miles.

I Palalka, Fb.ee8eeeee'. i.k At; ceil nything': i'" $lugslslineas<< of the liver .\' for sale by Ackerman-Htewtrt III& and ID cent, sizes for Mle by Acker- The date Coburn for December.Minstrels are arrang-

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Entered at tile Palatka postoffloeas future SERVATION.The development. of the $ HOW A WOMAN Where the

; maltabla. matter of the .eoond lumber Industry In this country lies GOT AN OFFICE. II : W. A. Merryday CO. k
9lain.PalilUhed. lu the direction of a closer utilization "
of forest products. Hath foresters Ti *'M"l"l-H"l"H"H"l-l"l'I i I I I I I i I I'l'I"I 'I 'I !"!"!"I }

at Palatka. Fla., on and nrnutlonl lumbermen now I [Original. Door OpensConstantly "Dealers in
Fridays byRUSSELL" agree on tiila point Katherine fib was an up to date
Just what can be clone In this fieldIs young woman. Her BOX bad como to .
VIGKERS. well Illustrated In the operations many positions formerly filled ,
at the mill of the Or put Southern occupy Crate Material
by men, but there was one of which
Wa.A. RUSSELL. E4IIM Lumber Company, which hns Just I
.. _. reopened Its plant nt llogiilusa/ she considered women did not get
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LouUlHiin' In response to the I Increased their share. The political offices were You quickly heal and l keep i of all Kinds. f1.
BUSINESS REVIVAL. demand for lumber after the still held almost exclusively by men. 1 can
hall cold
oom-
recent slump In business. This Is Katherine: was Interested In the mat- 1 cozy the drauIii or (
Business activity has oomineuoeil pnrhnps the largest saw mill In the ter Dot because eke relished a struggle no mailer what tIe weather conditions

throughout the country with a prouitneas United States, If not In the world with the men for woman's rights but sre-and iI you only knew how much Fruit and I

and vigor which must be gratifying aud Is capable of turning out the because she wanted on office. She proposed real comlorl you can have from a

to every' man. who has watched enormous amount of (100,000) feet of !' to herself a short cut to equalizeher u .P ..((1
awn lumber board measure day, ,
the receding wave) of depression and A reader can get a fair Idea per of thlqu"ntltyof chances with them. She would :oJhG I I VegetableWraps.
has looked forward with confidence I' lumber when he Is told seek an office not as a woman but asa PERFECTIONOil .

to the po t-electlon period as the that Its output Is enough to build a man.
time when normaL business and Industry little town of 40 houses along with nroodsized Not long after ICatherlno Oils came
church and a schoolhouse to tills decision a young man, Truby
,. would begin. every day. Mlddlcbrook of rather feminine appearance Heater .
At least 50,000 men will be given This to
company was quick grasp settled In the town of Stark-
the significance of the rapid duple.Ion -
employment In the New England
of timber resources. Last year Villa and Boon secured a position as (Equipped with Smokeless Device)
week
and
the
states during coining
with Francis Merriam Florida.
stenographer
It began a co-operative Investigation ( Palatka
50,000 more In the middle west, particularly In wood utilization with the United grain shipper. Mlddlcbrook's employ.or wouldn't be without! one another hour. Turn the wick as highor J..
In the neighborhood of States Forest :Service and arrangenents told him that bo bad had several you smoke- smell
Chicago.It have Just been completed for women stenographers, but didn't want allow u you plelUc--Ihere' no danger-no no m

:( has been estimated, with moreor .a renewal the experiments. The any more of fhcin. Ho considered -;just distct intense heal-Ihst'l because CI)E the smokeless device.

work will ba along practical lines thom: an empty beaded lot, excitable Beautifully finished in nickel and Japan-ornamental ,-- ---- -- -- -- -
less exactness, that at least half a and will be aimed to secure a closer
hysterical-..Indeed, everything ending anywhere. The brass font
,. million people will find work before utilization of the products of the with "al," not excepting diabolical. ing heat for 9 hours It is light ((
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southern lumber mills and at the \ ,
the end of tbe year-which Is not .
same time produce a margin of profit But be desired Mlddlebrook to be carried from room lo loom. Every
far away when you stop to thinkof In excess of that obtained by the careful not to mention his opinion of ,

It. methods which are now practiced. lie sex, for Jie had long been striving rhc)4 Lamp !! ,
Of course the parry In power will The field for work along this line l Is t o* get the nomination for mayor and

c It la well known that the superior It wouldn't ba policy for him to be steady light :

) vival. that If the grades of lumber are obtained known as a woman liater.Mlddlebrook .
They will.clalm study Ly. Made of trass-nickel
from old mature trees provided they \
election had gone the other way we are not weakened by decay or other remained In Merriam'semploy proved central draft burner. Every :

would have returned to the sloth and nfluencea. In other words, a thousand two years before tbe ambition If your dealer does not carry (
of six mouthe feet board measure of lumber, of Ills employer was attained. Merriam and Kayo
stagnation ago. Lamp write our nearest
and be -was BO
nomInated.
awed from a tree two feet In dlame- was
We do not believe this Is a correct less and Is worth thana that the opposition hesl- STANDARD' OIL '
tar, costs more good a man (
view of the case. We feel very sure thousand feet sawed from a tree tated about putting up a candidate of i:: :
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that there were hunuredsof manufacturers only eight Inches in diameter. its own. Indeed, Merriam was congratulating -

-. who were so devoted to the Moreover, timber cut from young himself on the prospect of
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k menaced their suspended employeswith cut from such material they will decay 10 saw a notice one morning In his GENESIS OF FEAR.
the threat that unless they far more rapidly than if cut newspaper tbat astonished him. It
from heartwood. It la not good was no less than an announcementof
voted for Taft It would not be possible Gray Cells of Our Brains Stamped
business pulley however, in a Kre..tlOony his stenographer Truby Hiddle-
to begin operations again on full With Ancient T.rrors.The .
cases to saw the most valuable brook. that he would be a candidate
time and with a full force. It Ie a timber Into commodities which are for mayor at tile coming election. average mau would sooner face

familiar election trick. relatively low In cost such as ties Now thera had been tbe best of feeing a 200 pound human antngoulut than a

The truth of the matter Is, as every- and poles. It is the Intention therefore between the two men. Merriam fifty pound dog which ho could choketo :
of the company to find out Just death In three mluutes. I have seen
knows that business Into md raised Mlddlebrook's salary several
one goes a what size and classes of timber can I
condition of suspeuded animation be best utilized for the cheaper com- times and had supposed tbat the a charging ram scatter belt a dozen '

along about election times. It is awaiting nodlties when (given a preservative stenographer was devoted to him. men, any one of wbom .could bave
said "I mastered the brute In a moment, and
reatment. "Mr. Mlddlebrook. Merriam
period. It Is mearly a question : To this cud a careful study will bo bave seen your notice. You have a not one of wbom was In ordinary matters (

of whether they will have to mule to aaoeitaln. the amount and perfect right to run for office against a coward. There are Instances on

adjust themselves to new conditions value of the products sawed from ne, but but -well, your action Is Just record of men who with their bare

: or not. trees of different nines and Just how like a thousand things, your predecessors bands have held and battled an ugly
each can be best utilized so as to secure bull but It was only the pressure of
do
As It happened they had to no have done who were-women.

such thing. "or' example Kretttent' can economy a tree eight and lichen profit That's all." grim necessity that taught them their ; : ;] : :; )

They will go right along, gettingthe In diameter be best utilized forties Mr. Mlddlebrook withdrew without a powers. Put a man aKa lust an animal gg

benefit of the same old tarlll or for flooring, and how will the word and what filled the measure of and the man looks around far weapons { !
If treated with those or support, whether he needs them
tbat
profits compare its employer's astonishment was
bounties they have enjoyud so long. It reasonable or not. There was a time when be did.
sold untreated? seems
his
tear In
I 10 thought he saw a tenographer'lI :
Wa will not quarrel with those to suppose that the profits derived For man today the most lordly of : uD
eye.
who claim this as a republican re from the sale of treated timber will There was nnothor surprise In store animals was ouce well nlgb tbe most H B
vival. It Is sufficient that His here exceed those from untreated timber. humble of them all. He has come up
for Mr. Merriam. A. few days before !j
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Moreover the greatest use of of state In which fear was the
out
Thro that the a I
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many wood will the: election his political manager cameto
chemically preserved undoubtedly -
Lord sends and the devil brings.\ result In that wood giving : him to say tbat Mlddlebrook who normal condition of existence-fear of I | I

: Atlanta Journal. greater life 'n service. Hence the had been gaining la favor ever since violence of tbe dark that (tare oppor-
for violence fear of falling, of
imount of timber cut annually! In the announcement of his candidacy tunity
.
animals of alone. Amid luto the
the united states, simply to replacehat would] surely be elected. Merriam was being
: WHERE THE TROUBLE which has decayed, will be niaerlally dumfouuded. Be asked his manager plastic gray cells of our brains are [j '
c LIES. decreased, and a further conservation stamped these ancient: terrors> a living -
what was the secret of Middlebrook'sstrength
of forest resources will result. record of tbe upward climb of I II
Daniel A. Simmons, secretary to Recent. estimates by the Forest and was Informed that be bad man.

Governor Broward has come forth Service place this reduction at some mysterious Influence over tbe The baby shows this record most .
total timber cut which wall turned to account (
of the women
as a reformer and suggests a prison 10 per cent clearly. In blm"the prints of heredityare
I'he practical benefits of these experiments In gaining the votes of tile men. a \
commission, with attorney and clerk not yet overlaid by the tracks of p|
and of the Investigations forth From this announcement to the day: !
\ attachments. utilization of saw mill waste 81'eat before tbe election the official Intercourse use and custom, and therefore lu bids i > ,

We don't see the necessity. The once apparent-U. H. Forest Ser between Merriam and his stenographer we may most easily read our past his. g: I

Pardoning Board turns 'em loose fast vice. _ _ was extremely; embarrassing tory. Ue Is our ancestor as truly as
Is reincarnation and his every
our ,
t enough now. Why go to this additional A MENTAL FRENZY. for( both, though especially so for the shrinking lie gesture and frlekteucd. cry
? latter. Merriam had accepted tbe situation -

-? What expense Is needed Is a reformation( of Sam of the Things s Man Saw In Delirium lie was still puzzled at his are tales chronicles of the ago of of the fear.youuuer world [[j I

the Pardoning Board. About the Tr.mon.. employee Interposing himself between They tell of the days_wboa man was !
him and the office be coveted but be
only change In the law that Is e>aentlttl Charles Roman gives a record of blown not the master of the earth nor even I :
Is one requiring; that the prosecution experiences as a victim of delirlum -I I was above lifting a finger to defeat a highly. considered citizen of the ; : \ :

be represented In hearings on tronaena. It la a remarkable psychological that before employee's the Intention.election Mlddlebrook Tbe even- same but a runaway subject of tile : ;;;
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document, comparing favorably I meat eating monarcbs, whose scepter :
all for other I
c applications p&rdon-In took his chief's dictation, as usual,
In Interest and us a piece of writ. was tooth and claw, a bumble. plebeian :
words that the people, the courts, and was about to retire when be turned -
, log with D. Qulncey's "Confessions of In the presence of the horned and
v f the constituted authority of the nn Opium Eater." Following Is a brief evidently shaken by considerable hoofed aristocrats of woods and fields.
state b.. given: at least an equal emotion and said:
extract which gives some suggestions They speak of tile nights when our
showing with the criminal his law- of the things the patient saw: "Mr. Merriam I've been a mean, hairy sires crouched In tbe forks of

yers and his friends. "Up to this point the zoological visitations wicked thing. You've been Just too trees and whimpered softly at tbe I
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to for anything and In return
lovely me ,
There Is no need of creating more had been Intermittent. Dur- of lark- whimpered because the dark ;
I've attempted to deprive yon 0'n/
I offices and entailing more expenseon ing the next few days, however, I saw what you so earnestly desire and are held so many enemies whimpered !
nil that I could stand. I saw such pre- softly lest those enemies. should hear.Llpplncott'e. .
the people when the exercise of u so much better fitted for than I." \ : : : : : :
exist nowhere except .
historic creatures as
little .ober judgment and regard for The young man took out his band-
la museums. I saw rats as they
the enforcement of the laws by the kerchief and wiped tears which were
marched past my door or flew through
Pardoning Board would answer all flowing from his eye .
my windows or floated In my tab. ?" How Mod.ls l Make Pictures. ,
"What In thunder does this mean
". the requirements of the situation. Elephants strode In and out with lumbering exclaimed MerrIam. "You talk and act The artist gazed In rapture on "Tbe
Tampa Tribune. and swaying trunks. At his Into '
steps Kiss, t picture.
for all the world like one of those confounded .
--- -- -- times: they seated themselves and women." "Do you grasp" bo said "the passlonato -

. Senator Frank Adams of Jasperhas taunted me with their thunderous bellows "I am a woman. My nama Is Kath grace of the girl's attitude the

determined to locale In Jack- or their ear splitting screeches. erluo Gilo. I wanted an office and disguised warmth and tbe power wherowlth ber >> .

sonville. They flaunted their snouts high in the myself as a man to get one. I tense white arms draw tbo joung man |

air and guffawed. Monkeys Jumped wish-I wish I was at tho bottom of closer, ever donor? Well t got tbat .
limb in the trees outside Idea from model. a shopgirl.
? Jell-irson county has authorised a from limb to tbe sea." my

bond Issue of f 3 .OOO to build a new I my room. Snakes of all colors of all She turned away In an emotional "But for my model's suggestion I'd .

court house. descriptions, reptiles with fantastic: storm. Merriam sat gaping at her for bave put the girl In a stiff, cold pose, !

"i. ___ h_ __ figures upon their backs and with eyes a time; then, with a twinkle In his eye, and the picture would never have been
of milk white the masterpiece It la. But my' model
or
of sapphire or ruby
ber last remark.
St. Lucle county has called a county be replied to
marble, wriggled upon the floor or pointed out to me the abandon where I
find Mr. McGlnty
"You would there
election for 10th
bonding January
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whether of high or low
crept la or out of heretofore unseen and would have to continue In with a girl
{ UMXt, to decide on a bond l Issue oflOOOO crevices In the walls and dropped Info man's you clothes to beat him at his legitimate station gives herself up to a kiss' \

'I for the purpose of building the water In my tub. They swam work-tbe work of a fisherman." charm. She Illustrated the thing aid-

hard roads. Success attend the progressive around and around me, squirming under "I didn't Intend" said the girl ber ed by a male model a young medical

r people of St. Lucle. me. with their tongues darting in back still turned toward her employer student. Yes.she made my picture.
and out with ferocious. activity. Giraffes The fact Is, models make with I
"to
and political opponent, run ngnlpstyou.
J. M. Jo 1e-y7 editor of the Hull fax craned their necks around tae I had confidante who managedfor their valuable hints and suggestions : :

Journal, at Daytona; died last weekof doorways or through the windows, me. They did It." lots of pictures. There's many a masterpiece

heart disease. Mr. Jolley was the chickens roosted over toy' head "and "It WO D't a bit nice of them," replied whose merit Is due to tbe

postmaster at Daytona and prominent cackled dogs and wolves ran around Mr. Merriam with a trace of splendid pose that tbe model" originatedfor

in the councils of the republican the room balking and snapping, pigeons Irony In his voice. the principal figure. -New Orleans

party in Florida. flow from one corner to another "No; I don't want to be mayor. I'm Times-Democrat.
and cooed. Lions I heard roaring, and going to announce my withdrawal."
tigers I saw while they opened their Burma's Popular 8p rt..
On Saturday elections will take "I couldn't permit that My manager -
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of Cuba: mouth, like huge cats In silent angry tells ma you are sure to win." A form of speculation very popular In
the l Island
plaee-throuKhout A certain native -
disapproval, licking their whiskers "That's all the more reason why I Burma Is bull racing.
for president senators. and representatives and wetting their paws softly and should withdraw," sportsman U tbe owner of one of

In the lower house. of congress daintily-this and far more. "You shall do no such thing." these bulls, for which be has refused

,.. preparatory the reorganization "I saw crocodiles In droves. Fat, This brought back a spark of man an offer of 10,000 rupees. It has won I

of the republic on January 28th, scaly glistening beasts they were hood to Katherlne. several races and Is looked after and

1908. with frothy, foaming jaws. long, sweeping "Why?" she asked. turning. as carefully tended as a Derby favorite. 1 :
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tails crouching upon or creeping "Why? That's like a woman. Puts The owner values It at 25,000: rupees,

Tne poverty of the English lan- along tbe foot of my bathtub or my herself In a man's power and then and It Is said It brings him an annual

gmijie to express emotion In thetmiie bed and grinding their :yellow teeth In asks him why be exercises It. Yon Income of from 12,000 to 15,000 rupees.It .

moments of life illustrated gluttonous anger as they contemplated forget you have' revealed your secret" Is carefully guarded by four men

fant that Col. "Vatter..ondldI' me. their prey. I saw tbe reeking The sp irk of manhood went out. lest It may be got at and "doctored." i

., by the slippery body of a crocodile: slide Into The end of the matter was tbat I Burmann also patronize boxing eagerly
: ... have a word to say In- the the water of my tub. Then as I Truby Mlddlebrook withdrew at the but the art can scarcely be prac- .

Courier-Journal the morning after shrank In breathless horror to escape' last moment, and Katherine ODe married ticed according to Queen berry rules,

the election. When his vocabulary I saw his greedy fllmy eyes arise to the mayor. The mayoress got the for we are told by a provincial reporter

breaks down the rest of us may well the surface, with his cold, foul chin I omce aha most desired. that bo has observed tbat ".veo the :

; preserve M reverent silence-but we flush with mine. IIIn Icy beak touched POBALEEi WHITING. best boxers strike out with their eyes

didn't.-Pensaoola Journal. my cheek.: The hot vapor from bU tightly shut, and if they do hit each
lungs seared my flesh. I turned as DeufuesM Cannot lie Cured other It Is more by chance tban' any*
trembled like leaf In thing else."-Calcutta Statesman 1
Ice and a
John O. Collins bas relinquished cold as toy loenl ''mh.YT ononnt reach thedt.eaei
r American Magazine. portion ''i only one
editorial management of the Talla- a storm. wny to cure a. fn' and that la by eonHlllutlnnal A childless home I. a chMrliM home The :
ot ruitimllea." l):.:fna Hli oauMifbr .n In- matflrtml ln..tlnnt exude Ia every anil
A basses True Democrat because An Everyday Suit. nnniotl' condition of the nitumim. fining, of tuftBuMlAchlim when I U !I. unKratlflttil elm. ta dnprlrai!::r'n: ,
health and will go into retirement Tube, When ililit tuba!. inflamed of the hnpiilnuiw 0111 I.. II often b."I'..' tlmtchlldleMiKMii ,
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broken
Lm "That Gus Is certainly a nifty dreis foul rumbllnit Bound or Imperfect I. due to fttnacaiiMa which can !
for s time In the hope of er. na bos a suit of clothes for everyday rt :7"d whan U la entirely closed' Daaf.n be removed, and often la removal by the u..of I !) '
Plorca Vftvorlla Tha I :
Dr.
Is Mr. M. !0 the recuR, and union ihn Inflnmtna PreHGrlptlon. vigor
getting well. HI. successor In the week." lion cn be tAknn ....,and thla lube. rmtr-nred' to and vitality whlnb I chip remedy Impnrt to thadellcata
Milton A. Smith. The editors of "Why be has the acme suit on every It. normal condition, hearing will ba deafroyiHlforavon womanly oricntm:' nttta: them: In a condition
nine 0..... out ..r ton are canned. by nt normal hmlth ha laoltof which.I is
Florida are going to miss Mr. Collins time 1 see him!" Catwrrh Which I. nothing but. an Inflnmaioontiuion often tha eola otmtruunon to mu.rnltl Kvery :
be able to "Yep that' the one.-CleTeland of Una m........ aurfttoaa woman ihoulil read Dr. fierce p Common .
will ;
more tban they W. will .tv. u". llimtlrad Dollar tor any Menu Medical' Ail'loor.' a book nontalnlim tubS' : < t
He was a leader In the conser. Leader. _________ ....or lIesfnea.pmiu.ed. by catarrh)that can ,......end say. uotbvourad by italic. CaUtrraCura. Sand lorolraulara Free on receipt of atamp to' ray axponneofmailing
la this .. only Send vl one-cent for the
wlug of democracy ,rr. Ntamp
valise The sweetest of all sounds Is; praise r I. <'UINE aCO.ToladoO. paper bound volume, or SI clamps, for cloth
taU.. May he soon recover hi I.I Zenophon. covered. Ad...... Dr. H. V. fierce deli Main
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Pads Pencils Weather )tcllortOre.ccn Kov. B. For LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1008
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for. morning anti evening, .
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Miss Jessie Burton Is Daily except Snn Etc. visiting In for the steamer Clevedon to Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acts Instantly when

Pal atka. run between Jacksonville and Crescent applied both Inside and outside of the throat It breaks up the phlegm, reduces P.VLATK.A BRANCH ''

Postal Picture Cards. Mrs. W. D. Benhum visited In 1'u- City alternating with the Cres the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing. Leave Xu EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO HAST Arr".Xull'n1alka o

latka this week. cent. There will therefore, during PALATKA P.lnlka l'alMb PALATKA Falalka r'

Lounds Drug Co. Jas. L. Harper made the orange shipping season, be a daily Linimentgives B 80 am ...No, 40 o DO 589 N7
a business am am Dally. 1Sam
trip to Jacksonville boat from here to Jacksonville, 829 so ::::::.,No.. 4H pn:::::::::: 6 4n am 8 (Mam: ::::':.::'Neo.0 Bedy I :::::::::: 8 20 am

Crescent City.'LyW40f4oG Jealls last Monday.Ueo. except Sundays.! / The Clevedon was quick\ relief In all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat tonsilltin, 1160 0 20 em :::::::::: .. 69 60 Bully Bally:: :::::::::: 19 0 40 10 am pm 11 3 60 16 am pm :::::::::.No:No: b1 60 Belly.Dully:: :::::::::: 11 8 HA 10 am pm

Improvements making; some needed expected to arrive Wednesday night and pains In the chest Prioa, BHO., 110<1., and BI.OO. 4 05 OB pm pmA : .Ito:::::::::: : Ml M Daily::::::: 4 5 2n 25 pm pm: 4 7 01 UO pm pm: ::::::::::.50 No.. 57 5ft Dally Dally:: ::.:::;.: 7 460 If pin: I u

on the V. I. A. hell and metro KH first trip down on Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Boston Mass. 786 pm 68 Dully..........7 be I'n, B 011 pm .... ...?du. 69 Dally........a 20 pin '
The steamer Crescent carried: out Thursday morning. -

over 2,000 boxes of 1- SAN MATEO BRANCH
last
oranges Moiv -- -- -- -
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/ "Alabama" Willis, wanted for the
W Leave KD' EAST PALATKA TO fcrrlve San Leave San BAN MATEO TO EAST ArrrreXait
Deaf Person.
day.Mrs. murder of W. II. Hommack BREACH OF PROMISE. Waking a
M, H. READ, M. B. Tralto of ChuuUuquii' Sanford I last week, was Intercepted, near "1'0 JVrtkt'ii. M t> l r i'n'I' i who'lsh 11 Palatka BAM MATKO Mnleo Mateo PALATKA PalatkaNo. ,

r -I II N. Y., l U expected. hero In a short by George Hall lit Crescent City Manner In Which the Law Treats It to bi cnllril ni u nM.ilu. hour l Is tibuulHit 880 am ....,... 40 Pally......... no .10 000'10 ........ No. IN) Tally........ 820.10
REAL ESTATE. time. Tunctlon on Wednesday of that In Different Countrlaa. litli'ilcHt |prutm> .Ilion n ImU'l' cloth 818 pm ..........No. bd Bally,.......5 pm I 4U 1.10 ........No. 51 DallyMAYPOHT .......... 400 pm .
runs i 110!| nijulnxt; uukl a niuiiiUor' of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt England Is the best place, from the '
expect to week. Hull gave the negro a lively that gould: ri'iiUTiilly "'1'0 ,ring the .No. 91 No. 10 N..17 N0. lB No. 'JD :No 112Sll.
C Creacent City, Fla. be here the latter part of tho present chase through the woods and finally plaintiff's/ point of view for a breach tclc'pllOUO IM UHC'lL'SH lieUlUbU I III!) 111:111: ooly Dally DailY BRANCH Dally 811.onl Dally .+
of promlso action. All other countries
month. lost track of him. Had he been certain couldn't hear U'\ you rang I1n1l111oo1llN.dllY. .
seem to regard with grave suspicion 100 pm 0 10 pm 000 Dm Lv.Jnrkeonv111e.n..Ar 7 4ft am 12 SO pm 5 80 pm ,
I Tho Howe I'roperty-"Ures- Chus. E. Cook and Win. M. Millet of his man, Hall would have to Knocking, for limo alum: icaxon. Is 9 40 pm a 60 pma 040 .m I............... I'al.lo 1I..cb..l. 700.m 1160 am 4 60 pm ,.l

cent IIIH"-Is now on the mar visited Puhitka Monday on the lat 'shot to crlpplo him but he was not compensation any attempt for recover the loss monetary of a- equally' futile. Now nod then a guest 9 8 46 00 nm pin: 7 65 10 inn pin:: 10Wam a 41 am: X :::::::.::::::..Athititlo.' ItonubMayporl....:::::::::::::t, J u 45> am am 11 inn 80am am 4 4 46 80 pm940pm pm: e
v.'ho has lint his lieni'lnu suggent. Hint i
ket. ter's launch. certain. When he lost
track of his prospective husband, and unless!! the

Particular attention given to I Mr and Mrs. 1(. Doreen want to man Hall telegraphed Sheriff Tur- plaintiff has a very strong case IndeedIt can ho leave walk\ his right door In open und shako nil hlght him so but wo n.a: ''L 6dy" x:: to.:oaN::' or.... City Speck m ,..::. ::; .N: {':bu,7" ':,; ....: ''L':.fly: 8.n'0' Drench ,::tJv: c 1

Crescent City property listed Pplatkllo Tuesday on their commodious ner of DeLand who cone up' the Is never fort her-while to carry even though he docs nppfur lo be a -

with tae.ritMeMMfr1rMMMO. gasoline launch. line on a special with some hounds her grief Into the law court dend game sport there are so many 000am.. trrnr Smrrafc Ar. 1 CO pm a 45 pm fl 00 am Lo..TU"vlll..A r. 12 80 pm 1
I'hese In Franco breach of promise CUSPS 8 95 pm 11 00 am ._L.k* 11.1.0....Lv. 1 UO pm 5 15 pm 8 00 am Ar...bunrord....Lv. D BO am 4
+IA frsvlRM3f3 Mr. and Mrs. U. Pierre Havens of dogs chased the fleeing nuir- are rare, for tho that chances of somebody else loss guileless 8110pm 11 80 am ...,,,or..... Oltr...Lr. 1366 pm U A pm ....... ,.... ..........,........... ... .... ......... (}i
'deter[ In and out through the woods simple reason than ourselves walking In nhcai of us 8 4Q pm U 40 am ur......m.... Ulty Jn. 12 60 pm 4 Wpm .,.......,.. ...................... .............. A
Jacksonville the law requires the plaintiff to
with prove
spent Sunday
:
and groves to Pomona, where they refused that wa cannot consent to that. Bo fur :
:I.: SJ'Sr.1.cor; : : Capt. and Mrs. U. C. Ivory. to further. The murderer that she has suffered pecuniary loss tho only satisfactory. way found for I CONNKC IONS MADB AT KNK.M' rs KKV DOCK FOR Rev WK9 AND HAVANA. ,

go Now this Is not an easy thing to do deaf lodger la to tlo stringto ee-Tim". TIME TADLEa haw th. do... ..whl.h train ..... ... Iv .....
O. M. NewbolU and his Ulster waking a a m.y b* .d to nd and d.p.rt .h.
Dentist. was caught that same night at BnlTno on the part of the lady/ especially In .. .r.l.i.tlon.1' but then' .rrlv.l, 1 or drp.rttir. .t tli. tlm.M .....d ,I. not au.r.nld, aor 4_. tli.Gufnp.ay
Ills wrist the string through ......,......
Miss Florence, moved into their new Bluff pass bold Mull r..pon.lbl' for'nv d.l.y or any ro n..quuNNana
But the credit for spotting a country whore a girl without a dot- _
e011. the keyhole cull then tug at It
home on Prospect street last week. him Is due to George Hall. that Is, a marriage portion-has a poor ( away POI\ COPY OP THK LOcAL T1MK CARD OH OIHUIi INFORMATION "SKK 7 H / .,.at Roalilenoa on Prospect Street. chance of at tho appointed time. That method, ]. D. RAHNER Anliunt C.ntr.l Pan.ol.r Airat ST. AUGUSTINE. PLORI S
reeceot City Florida The orange market In the oust was The editor has received the following finding a husband. Holland however is rather primitive. It seems
and Austria have the French
good all lust week, oranges well col personal letter from 11r.V.. adopted to me that the man who can patent a
system and the result bus boen about
8t. Johns River by Daylight. ored, bringing from $3.(CO to $.CO per B. Campbell: "As you probably' the same. Breach of promise actions harmless artistic device for waking the

[The Beach & Miller Line box.PaulO.) Smith has planned mi addition the know late, I bond withheld election my on support account from of are relatives rare, usually the injured taking damsels the law.or their Into deaf-New mention Is York sure tha of gratitude Sun.A fame. and of fortune hotel clerks not to" McCORMICK, HUBBS & CO. f

to his residence and the work what I considered two serious defects their own hands.

Stcuiiier C1WSCENT.r will begin as soon us Mr. Eaton gets hi the bond proposition. The Practical Germany an might bo expected IlAin's BRBADTK ESCAPE Commission: Merchants.

--- through with the Benham house. first defect was In bonding for aIL insufficient has perhaps tbe best method Do you know that every time you

Le.v"J ck onvUl on Tueidaya Tburadays Charles Curtiss and his brother amount to give the county for solving this problem. When a hrve a cough or cold and let lt run on '
ad Snturdayi at 1.30: a. m. for Green Cove, creditable. court house. young couple become engaged they thinking It will just cure Itself you are Tomatoes Pine Apples
mi' adequate! ,
U. P. L'urttss of Moline Ill., lire ex- hove to through a public betrothal ,
>l.tha, Crescent City and principal Way go ID 'ltlng pneumonia, consumption or
LnndlUK.. pected down in a short time. The My second' objection was, that the ceremouy that ought to knock all the onto other pulmonary trouble? Don't and EarlyVegetables Oranges''

I Returnlnit.ieaTMCreicentolty WednenW Former has grove Interests lure but three propositions were blended so Bbyness out of them. In tba local risk It. Put your lungs bank( In perfect

.,Fridays and Mondays at 0:110: a. m. has not been here for several I years the voters hud to vote for or against town hall the pair declare! their affection I ealth' and stop that cough with Ballai Grape Fruit

i jMkKmvllle wharf foovot Laura. Btreot.O'ophoDe 'the threw propositions as a whole. willingness to marry, etc., endingby \ B Horehound Byrup. J
James Morrow who has been stop 1'rlae 25o, (hue and SI.00 per botlln.
signing a collection of documents
II I'lie late election Indicates that a.
PIILISS wear root of Lamon ......... ping the past several weeks with his large majority of the voters considered that apparently leave no loophole for Sold by Aokorman-Stewart Drug Co. 279 Washington. St. 3H cw Yorls .. '
son, C. B. Morrow left for his homo If
-- Its escape But either party to the con-
the bond proposition In present .I.II
Wauohula, DeSoto county last tract wishes to withdraw another Journey Influence of Mountains
[i:. T. CI.AKK, TraJIlc.:, Manager, form good enough for them. Its
Friday. Is undertaken to the town hall The Influence of the mountain. 111 pure I
Jacksonville. Fla. my purpose to got back In line and another collection of documents and holy, giving strength and simplicity
Mrs. L. L. Xewsom and little eon with the progressive\ clement of the signed witnessed and sealed. Then encouraging tho older virtues discouraging .

of LaUlorin, Cuba, who have been county and try to secure the best the authorities determine the questionof the newer vices. In tho hill

I Crescent City Transfer Co., spending a couple of weeks here the I possible[ results! for our county from compensation-should it be claimed.In men of AVnlcs we BOO this clearly Atlantic Coast Line RR It ,

kleets all trains at Cresornt City Juno guests of friends left for their home I this bond l Issue. Yours truly, W. B.Campbell. this connection It may be said that enough. Go where you will among the .
In Cuba last Friday. I Crescent City, Fla,. Nov. the man can and often does claim a wilder and more'mountainous parts of ,.
tlon. Night trains by appointment. solatium for his wounded feelings Wales and you will find that rare independence .
home-
Rev. J. S. Edmonds returned Bth I 1UOH.)
The usual award is one-fifth of the ( and self! reliance which are Goes Everywhere
S.
M. LABBEE. Manager.HARRIS
on Tuesday, but left the following
LAKE COMO. marriage dowry It Is easy to under. : not marred by a curiously defiant dis raj
day for DeFunlak Springs, where he stand when all this Is remembered' courtesy. You dud there those that

B. B. has accepted the pastorate of the how loath the young people of Germany are truly "nature's gentlemen."-Lon

lIuptist church. He preached lit 111 W.Jacksonville I,. Diggett recuntly.D. spent, several. days are to break their betrothal don Standard. North, South East and West. : f,

Barber Daytona lust ISUlldIL '. oaths.
II. Haybon Is having a new roof As the law of Italy affords little or '
CIUMB :
IT' A I
ouk trees "
Severn! of the largo live Consult the "Purple Folder.
CRESCENT CITY. his store .
property.
whatever
I put on no protection to jilted dam
to neglect health. The worst no-
growing In the road on South Prospect your i
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gales are gels or swains, it Is not surprising that gloct that you can he guilty of Is to allow 1
L clean shop and a clean, satisfactory street are being cut down to expected next week from their Cleve. the stiletto should< be the favorite mode constipation b'tlousm-ea or any
Shave and Hair Cut guaranteed make straight lute for the new :Laud Ohio hnme. They will be of deciding breach of promise cases. (11 leer or bowel trouble to continue. It Ist For (detailed information, rates, schedules, reservations,

Try me. tf. shell road. guests I; at the Highland House for The Italian law demands that tha person ileontng your entire system and may I
Mrs. M. J,. Overstreet and her several I weeks, while lifting up theirungalow suing for the breach sbal produce leul to a serious chronic dI8<,uB". TokeB..llartl's see your nearest ticket agent, call on or write to

SALE OF* > home. a written promise to from the Herblno nnd tot absolutelywell.
father, Mr. Brown, of Oalebburg III., marry The sure cure for any and all A. W. Fritot Frank C. Boylston
The Highland House Is being renovated defendant; otherwise the action cannot ,
are expected here In a few days. beautified for the coming troubles of the stomach, liver liBel bow
and
almost In-
REAL ESTATE Mrs. Overstroet will have rooms .I CR OIl. surmountable proceed. This, and difficulty the Italian Is judges els.! Sold by Ackermnu-Stewart i>riiu \\)1\ Islon J'1I".n"er ,'\ cnt. Trar. Passenger Agent '
Co. ATLANTIC COAST LINE::, Jacksonillo, Fla. ;
I, aa administrator of the estate of with Miss Florence Newbold.Mr. The article In last week's Items re are seldom troubled to adjudicate be- The Apple of Discord.At ,
and Mrs. W. J. l'I I'pvnt of I gnrdingMrs. O. B. Robinson being tween ono time lovers.
and Po-
I appointed station agent at Coma, To bring an action for breach of the maiTlugu; of Thetis r:1ecrIt 'reasoTR ..17.efLS.
L. A. Ballard savannah spent Sunday hale guestsof was an error as she Is not station promise of marlaga ugalust a reigning lens where all the gods and goddesses MAl.t ;Dy.COMI' TLEAWf'A 1.
M.( H. White. They ,
Mr. and Mrs. agent, as the correspondent was mlsnformed. met together Discord threw on the ta-
monarch Is nil achievement but tt-bue
down tn look over their orange blo "golden apple" for "tho most
i n
came MACHINERY.
COMPLETE ONE OF' MODERN URTO-DATE
Will bt in Crescent City soon and been done and by an ttuglUh lady. ..
Iwlll ell at private sale or public crop and arrange for its hll>l'llig.[ Services were held lit the M. K Miss Jenny Mlghell sued the sulnin of beautiful. Juno Minerva and Venus 1 GcrlTiiEBtgr!; *ITWILL.. ; SAVC'YOU! .MON I e y.We"HAVEVTXt"BE3T.TOIITABL .

{auction all the real estate of said deed Seven or eight car loads of shell ,Church Sunday morning. Col. C. (J. Jehore. and as there was a doubt put In their separate claims and. not SAW Ml 1.1.OUTFITSiOM4THEjMARKET"AND .
ea to close the estate Sullivan led the Epworth League being able to settle time point referredthe 'VAUl-
up the now hard whether the duskjx was actually a '
have been spread on 1 leader !!" -'"> juI1\- '
meetllll111\ the evenlnlThe matter to Par gave 'OTHER I
reigning monarch the was allowedto OUS MA.CMIHERY! STOck(<
THOS. REEVES, road now In process of construction for next Sunday:! will be Mr. Palmer.Mr. coma Into court !but case the judge quickly mont to Venue This bro light on lilt/ WE.ALSO c.A ISAWS Of ALL KINDS y

Administrator. between this place and the railway and Mrs. James Manchester disposed of the action by ruling It the vengeance of Juno and Minerva $':LTIIeC,. ANT. MILL SUPPLIES.. ".
unction. The work Is bHliig done and. daughter, Mrs E. Petrt-quln Inadmissible for the reason referred to, to whose skill Is attributed the full of SEND CATALOGUE: ANT

under the supervision of Hon. J. II. and children of Cleveland Ohio nonsuited. I Troy. ___ TESTIMONIALS. WE HAVB Ole& I-ACC |
for and Miss Mlgholl was 1 "
Colt residence '
the '
will OF BUSIsass'ONLT-AND I THXT'I'I
Harp. occupy It Is remarkable that one of the two Literary Xante. AT ,
lie .ela ou. ABOM: ADDRESS.
Very SeriousIt W. H. Fuller returned on actions which have brought verdicts I
Mrs "sliver te""," held at "I have written a book that every- A POSTAL. CARD Witt-BKIHaOur SAL'SlnAl1n )!t
There was a
from the hospital at St. for 10,000 each to the plaintiffs should said the author, '
Saturday ought to read
of Mro. W. I... Gable body ; QUI.UARMT 1N'L.' PROTECT TOui
b the residence
a very serious matter to ask have had for Its. defendant the editorof "
been un answered
Augustine, where she has A number of ladles. were "I am afrAld It won't do.
for one medicine and have the der treatment for her eyes. She la pre recently..llt.lln(1 a very sociu' time was a matrimonial! paper. The second the publisher. "What the public seems ,

wrong one given you. For this much Improved and there I is good epentln a conundrum contest, oous- case was between a well known actress to want now la a book that nobody e a 5
"reason we urge you In buying for the ultimate restoration In1muoh\ laughter. Mrs. J. D. and the eldest sou of an earl-London ought to r.ad."-Washington. Star
I to be careful to get the g.ntllne6LAcK. prospect Mitchell !gave a very amusing: recitaion. Tit-Bits. -- ----- i
of one of her eye Tea. and small cakes were A Good Reason. :

All the real estate in Crescent City served after which the ladles gave Ungallant One day Mary was found standing
DRAUGHT left for
and
Ilnllard their olferlngs\ silver, A chair In front of the mirror, gazIng -
belonging to the late L. A. homes. The Ladles' Aid Is a "Officer I appeal for protection. on a

Liver Medicine Ii Is to- be sold at private sale or public society heir Just formed and will meet man Is following me and attempting lit her pretty Image. -
have. silver tea make love to me." "Why nro you looking! la the glass,
this winter. Thos. Beeves, twice monthly and a to E :
The reputation of this old, rails auction has an each month. Thaolllcersare: Mrs.B. "Begorry. Ol've been looWn' for an larllug"ask her mother. : : r;
bla medicine, for constipation, In. administrator of the estate Blood ; Mrs. Claude escaped lunatic. Where Is be1"-Kan. 'Causa I like tbe look of me," was Send UsPRINTING F
digestion and Uver trouble, I. firm. announcement to that effect In this Monjar, viceepreekleuti! Mrs. J. I). sits City Times. the frank reply.-Chicago News
ly IItabll hed. It does not Imitate I Mitchell, secretary; Mrs. W. L. Gable [
paper. .
other madlclnea. It Is better than -
ethers, or It would not be) the favorite The frame work\ ofV.Is D.nmrthe Henham'l l treasurer. Your next Order For

liver powder, with a larger new residence up A Tint BADTcan't h
Ball than all others combined the structure l Is BAM 1
of completing
I work tell In words what the trouble
SOLD IN TOWN n to go rapidly on under the supervision l Is ; but If you It's complexion gets pasty, If s4 JOB .

of L.. Eaton. It will be one of It; gets weaker and weaker loses lleuo :

the most sightly residences In the and Is cross and peevish you can be Every Month :
has worm Give It
p jrtona Vrivate Hospital and place and decided addition. Other this certain White's that Cream It Vermifuge, guaranteed We will please you :

homes are to be erected here harmless. Expels the worms and puts Fournier of Lake Charles La. "I I II J s
normal condition., write Mrs. E. ,
Sanitarium.ppllo In a healthy
the baby
aEvery winter. managing editorof Sold by Aokerman-Btewart Drug Co. I used to suiTer from headache, backache, side ache, not only in theQUALITY. ,
... iiodlonll and'rrurgWMn caee, II. 1<\ Tllllnghast walk. At'last
of ,
End; Davenport, pains and could hardly .,
: ,: ,'''' eppllnncee.tn.1 fled mrees. quoit the Dally Democrat 8.ttl.d It Thamialvta. pressing-down :
aurmmdlo5.\ NtHwlnl.tILeatto/l glvvu to arrived on Sunday to lonk after travelers I took Cardui and now I feel good all the tuno.I .
European
Ncapnldnl.:: I Torn,, all No. td town, lu western China ,
UnAtiua.:: Kli"\ the shipping of a large/ crop of recently found a simple method ct : I .'
KLOCIt: : "'..' R. HOWE, fruit from his One of them writes: of work .
and disputes.
Phraolen. 10 'Jb..rlfe.. oranges grape settling
south of town. Mr. rilllng- "While we called the midday halt at fa R
grove
stay here several Tnchado we asked the villagers con
i i.far"ler"i mechanics, railroaders. hast will probably new graves which ws C'A.pn but in
headquarters< cernJng some
orefS rely' on Dr. Thomas' Eoleo weeks and will make I TAKE
trio lu a field close by. They an. ,
noticed
011. '
Takes.
the sting out of cuts,
"In" or bruises atone Pain cannot atJL.Vnifr"on was elected a j Justice iwered 'Our head man and two In a others feud IIJ2IJ the PRICE.
months
stay where It Is used. the flrst district wore killed three ago d
this
for the hills. Is :
of the peace with a vlllaee higher up
; In the election lust week and It settled now?' 'Yo./ 'Did you re- and be convinced.
THE PALATKA will enter upon the duties of his port the matter to taowor 'No. It Will Help You Try us

1st. Mr. Burton for would have been the use? We ,1

Pepsj-Cola Bottling Co. office morly January filled this oflloe acceptably just What settled the matter ourselves of the: Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act News JobDepartment '

Manufacturer. of and there Is general satisfaction! that A 'Ilow?' 'Oh' we killed eight :. t upon the cause of most women's :pains, strengthening .

Bottled Soda |lie Is to take up the work again. other party. that suffer because -
Water of All Flavors. has been needed here. the weakened womanly organs, J :/

Rood' us your orders.A Justice court havUm, }littleS2ssssaf A BROKZK HACK. I their work is too hard for them. ,

u
dht the range ,iutnt easy thing go.tIR to get rid of. Balla.ru. remedy, composed of purely vegetable ingredients, Palatka Fla.School r

crop, and the IIII1)orl'-f) of pnoklnlC Snow Liniment and cures stiff. rheumatism muscles, IItralns lumbago 1 perfectly harmless and rec 'mmended for all sick women ,

houses (have only white help. colored'Vhen spral'as, : sore. outs burns, bruises, scald, bottle and I old or young. Try' ''ardui. Women's Relief. | :5kww
depended on You need a
the Industry all aches and pains. .
labor there was always dienpplore In your boui.. Bold by Ackerman- AT ALL DR'JQ STORES

HENRY SCMOOP Prop moot caused by the unreliability not Btewart Drill Co. .
workerl. They are 4
the colored The News it tbe yeav-511 times.
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HOWELL THEATER Will Ue Deputy Sheriffs. Palatka News Capt.j, F. Brewer of Jacksonvillehas rLffpfJlILIIJgIr'G/IPNI111711A611tUV ;
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been here with his Cadillactouring '
Majestic Musical Co. in ""The There has been some discussion as .. oar the past week and has M i ,
Flower The to whom Sheriff-elect It. L. Ken- -- i made several runs out on the country Election i is..Over. ,
d South. nerly would appoint as his deputies, ... roads. The oar was brought here R
One of the best Musloal Comedy Those who have had doubts how- by Coat, but Capt. Brewer says he Is
j Company's now touring the country ever, certainly have not been to and going; to run It back to Jacksonvillevia
City Happenings Think of
will be seen at the New Howell Mr. Kennerly to have them removed. St. Augustine. = Now

Theater to-morrow (Saturday) night When seen. the other evening Mr. Personal Mention. E. N. Calhoun and Joseph Price
In "The Flower of the South." KenNerlT; said: "I don't see any < Moody,
by Hamp.
Jr. accompanied
The plot of thUpieco l If a plot it objection to stating who my appointees -- the famous guide and deer hunter of
may be called deals with the wlventureeofamotheranddaughter will be. I am.: to have two Putnam have returned from ;
and they will be R. L. Arant and L. county
who
The Clydn river line inaugurateda a bunt. Mr. Moody as usual killed: CLOTHES.
IB years previous to the opening of \v. Fennel. Yes, I would just as dally service Mils week. a largo four-pronged; buck. '1'haparty .
the left their leave would mention them
story, are upon own you as of birds
resources by a dissolute\ father aud not." K. M. Angler of Georgetown was bugged: a nice string
R. L. Arant lives visitor in the and the hunt was a particularly successful =
husband. The daughter wears a at Pen lei. He city Wednesday. .
locket which her father gave her was for number of years the head one.Baptist
and tat-See JohnnieMlles
Laugh Suits
wheu but a child and on hie departure sawyer or foreman at Hodges: & In the K.grow of P. Minstrels,.JSiov. services ut the Wonderland The Griffon Brand
from the world of dreams he O'llara'smill, Buffalo Blulf. When Theater next Sunday will( be as = "
intrude a duplicate of this locket to these mills 'closed down he went to 24th.N. follows: Sunday school at 10 O'clocka. are Tailor Made Come
his friend and adviser Mr. Adam' a large. cypress mill at Alexander- C. Crews of Snnnysldn was clr- m .preaching at 11 o'clock ... m. '
Liar who is the purchaser of wild vllle, Ga., where he will remain until dilating among; his friends in the and 7BOp. m. by Bev. Mr. Sanders, I in the Newest Fabrics and
animals for a traveling circus In next month. Mr. Arant is a large city Wednesday.Fun n student of Columbia College.!
America. Liar goes to the Andes and powerful man; big-hearted. mid for all at the K. of P. minstrels Everybody is Invited to come and Stylish Cuts. The
mountains and is accompanied by genial. He will make an ideal of- Tuesday night, Nov. 24th.., hear this gifted young tons rmost r
bill son Jack and a Oerman operatlo licer. Howell'I'heater. Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president are Right. l 1 ; ,
manager who is looking for a prima L. W. Fennell lives near Melrose.He John B.Stetson University DeLand '
donna for an opera which he Js to is also a large man and good- It. Raymond Price has been appointed pent a few hours In Pnlatka last b
produce In New. York ((811 he says) natured, and should make an Ideal county engineer!; by the Monday and favored The News office I The Howard Nat-, .

next Septem bor.r officer. ______ ___ board of county commissioners. with a pleasant call. Dr. Hulley t7,
Liar accidentally meets the wife Lumber Business Revives.' Miss Alta Brakeman spent several and daughter..of his old friend and days last week at I San: Mateo guest of university' an Institution In TSso Crawford Shoe i ir
Immediately make himself known. The mills of the Wilson Cypress Misses Holcomb and Houston. which all }Florida retie a prldnBev. ,
During the unfolding of this little Company in this city"which have =
story a number of strong musical been shut down for the annual overhauling Mr. and Mrs. 1'. B. Hlokenloopei Father Barry of St. Monlcas Griffon Suite a
numbers are presented. and which recently resumed passed through the city Wednesday,, church who recently underwent an The
lazy Cohen a Hebrew wanderer operations on a. ten hour day. enroute to their home at Francis. operation .. at the He =
happens to be on a tour for his credi have been selling some cypress lum- Mrs.; J.C. Collum wife of the Bap Augustine hospital, was able to takea THREE" AA
tor's health and is the first one to ber In large. ; orders lately.) One or- ,.left on Wednesday fora little exorcise In the open nit on !II THESE ,
discover Minerva the daughter. She der sent by Mr. A. E. Wilson from weeks visit with friends in aldo. Monday. Father Harry IK still very
has never seen a man before and of New York last week calls for 2,000- weak but his-recovery Is.... rapid us .. make an elegant combination -
course Cohen Is a peculiar looking 000 feet of lumber enough to load Mrs. Jennings' store room property could be expected. It Is thought he
Lemon street, Is being treated a will .be able to return home ill
( human belnir-therefore he Is mistaken some seven schooners. on a for the well
for some kind of a bird. This With the resumption of the busi- general overhauling: and painting another week. "

scene is irreslstably funny. ness of the country Palatka Is coning Funny Funny I Funny t Jimmy Hon. W. M. Hollowny, state su- p dressed man.
t Among the supporting company In for Its full .share and with the Bay (Comedian K. of P. Minstrel perintendent of public Instruction
may be found such well-known Wilson Mills, the Selden Cypress show Tuesday Nov. 21th Howell 18 I distributing. among the public M You can get them only of t Ifa 3'
comedians Lee Barth German Door and the new'
as a factory Squler Theater schools of the state nearly one hun- "
character delineator a yodler suchas mills all running full time the Pa- 1 drej thousand dollars, the same being
Emmett Olcott and Scanlon were latka of the coming year will be a. Mies Virginia Crutchdeld of St. the largest semi-annual apportionment -
't In their prime. Lou. Powers who town to tie to.Considering. Augustine is spending the weeK: of state one-millschooi tax
: r plays the part of Izzy Cohen Is con- here the guest of the Misses Mq-. !I evsx made. The fund is being distributed ; S. DrownPalatka
ceded to be one of the funniest low a Poof Farm. ragne. among the cfluntUs. at the

comedians on the American stage The County Commissioners are Allen B. Long one of the'progressive rate of one dollar per pupil. Put .
today and his songs and parodies considering the advisability of establishing young business meu of Crescent nam county's share Is I1.G41.OO.
are a scream. Miss Edith Powers a county poor faim and visitor fit the city Wed- Florida-
City was a ,
"Order No. 11, held Its secondmeeting
who plays the daughter Minerva, Is, already have one or two locations In nesday. 6ft11TONcIA1'IIES(
home ol
last
Friday at the
to quote from un Atlanta paper, SK
view. One of these Is at Florahome,
"The sweetest bunch of young girlhood and another at Satsuma.At Rev. S.'J. Townsend, popular pas Miss Lucile Kennerly. By unanimous ,CplIIIIIBiN.uCC/Ipr1111'II.CIIIh91ml'.X11/IN{! '' : ',' ', ,gVPIIIBflIIllull'lldIIi' ,,: I",,ill mn nni;mt,',,11111',1'',,"'*"< _.,lIfIII'',:. "'ISICII11U'11/ChllAtm5ILN'Ifl: ":: : : : 11 yg
seen here in, a long time and Is the time the board tor the Congregational church atInterlaohen vote Miss Margaret Willard
present
the possessor of a.sweetly cultivated makes small monthly contributionsof was a visitor to the city I was chosen mascot Dorothy Bass
voice." Others In the company areMist. cash to county but in the Tuesday. I press reporter; and It was decided tohave Railway Official's Visit. '
meeting week Instead YY4' 1rY' EIW W/HNiffl'1WNNNN'h1\fflJmNI
r.aupprs.
; every
Marie McCollum. who r
plays event that apoor established Pierre d' A. Pratt formerly of this f rM
Mrs. Hargroves. Miss Lettie VVeat, the would live the of fortnightly. Dainty refreshments Col, J. E. Ingraham: Third vice
paupers /lull on but editor the Advance
city now
chocolate and cake
eccentric commedlenne, Sidney of president of the Florida. East Const
an Farm and some of them would be at Plant City will soon erect a two-
Williams, James 14. Mitchell Jack : were served. Next week the class Railroad, together with Mr. S. W.
able to do little work. It cannotbe i
a residence at that place.
Asher Bessie Overton Daisy Sun- said that the idea. meets with the story will meet with Miss Dorothy Haugh- Rowlty of San Mateo went up to Bargains in Palatka.
Ion, Paul Arthur. And the orchestra general approval of the board. B. A. Deal auditor of the Florida ton; all members are earnestly requested Crescent City yesterday afternoonon 1:
Is composed of Mr. Frank U, East Coast Railway extension to to be present the Wilson's launch Margaret. -

Woodruff, a violinist of repute also St. James' Methodist Church. Key week ent a day or so In the The "Clytea" is the name of a new Ingraham had never been to
Prof. Clarence J. Urogan, a blind it. puaiLL, pAsroR. city this seeing old friends.C launch recently purchased and placed Crescent City and is availing himself i

pianist. This gentleman is the mar- Next Sunday services will be as H. Kennerly has gone to Louis- In commission on the St. Johns of the first opportunity he has Farm or Town Property,
I vel of the age, playing four different follows ville where Mrs. Kennerly who is river by H. Merwin of this city. The had since becoming sieved with a de.
tunes at one and the same time. ill, has but recently sub new boat Is In'command of Captain sire to visit the pretty orange grove
He Is absolutely sightless and has Sunday school at 0:45., J. N. critically Charles Merwin. It is the town.
in the purposeof ;
mitted to an operation' hospital. Timber Lands for Sale Lease.
never known what a piano looks Blackwell superintendent. Our 'I the owner to operate the boat as,a Later In the season Mr Ingraham or
+ like. In short the people of Palatka Sunday school had a lecord-break- pleasure craft for charter for aU expects to make another trip up
are assured of a rare musical treat" In Ing attendance last Sunday. The Harry Parker, of Rochester, N. Y., points of interest on the river in this there and perhaps go up into the
"The Flower of the South." There Young Men's Class grows in interest who usually spends his winter sea- vicinity. Including trips to the famous Haw Creek country. I
are nearly twenty song hits; among Prof. Tucker's class of young sons In Palatka, is again here and orange groves at San Mateo.
some of the most prominent are: ladles Is full of enthusiasm. making his headquarterswith'John The launch is fitted up very conveniently See Grainger ror groceries.: Best in
"When the Circus Comes to Preaching at 11 a. m.and 7:80 p. in. MallemT: has a carrying capacity of In the olty. Prices always reasonable. I H. A. FORD

Town" "Wont You Be My Honey," Subject for Sunday night.will be Benj. Balr, who has been spendingsome 80 passengers and Is in charge!; of a
"Sleep Baby Sleep" "When :Eyes Sunday Closing." time at his home in South Carolina competent licensed engineer. Don't think that plies can't be "'....
Like Yours Look Into Eyes Like Mid-Week service Wednesday at cured. Thousands of obstinate cases
returned to Palatka last Saturday -
Mine." "Mariutcha "Poor Old 7:80 p. in. Everybody welcome. The Presbyterian Synod of Florida have been cured by Bonn's Ointment -
and is being welcomed by a
Girl," "Bohemia," "Back to America : which has as Its purpose the evange- 60 cents at any drug store.
," "The Flower of the South." Order your Wagon: Carriage, Fencing host of friends. lization of the state is in session at '
"The Mountains and Valleys I Sewing Machine, Range Farm Ben]. F. Florrld. for a number of the First Presbyterian church in I Send your next grocery order to A 5 Polk County, VVaycross, Gainesville,
Love" etc.LOSTA. Machinery, eto, of the Florida Purchasing years a resident of this city. Is now Jacksonville. The ministers of the Grainger; finest stock in town. '
Agency, Palatka, and save conducting a bicycle and general repair various churches of the state will remain ,5 Norwalk and Jacksonville
t 10 to 20%. Write for particulars. business in Jacksonville, and is in session during the remainder IIIBI'IHIF,numm: .
small black Gordon setter 3111! inn:,11I1'; mi!!;nui K:inn ..
I Agents Cyphers Incubators and said to be prospering.E. of the week. The first session of the
bitch-white spot on breast. supplies. tf body was held Tuesday night, when SMITH'SHome S Property for Sale,
' Suitable reward will be paid for her M. Earnest of the Earnest com- the Rev L. R. Lynn of Palatka was
return to Henry Struuz Palatka. Fine dry goods and notions at Miss pany has given the First Baptist elected moderator and the Rev. R Made Candy -5 or will trade
Oct. 8-tf. HATTIEN, BOKY'S. church a check for$125.00, its portionof W. Hines of Clear water,was elected "
/ the profits of the belief] sale con- clerk. fe *
-- ducted at that store last week. temporary Ice Cream, c: For Palatka Property.WMWNN"NNN'MwmNNmMIWN.
The mass meeting of citizens In H .
p $$ !Mrs. M. S. Brown, Most Excellent front of the Putnam House last Sat- Hot and Cold Drinks. =
t Chief of the order of Pythians Sisters urday night for the purpose of arousIng -
in Florida has been in Jackson' interest In the municipal cleanIng i 'Agentfor t." \
ville this week on an official visit to movement" was addressed by Huyler Candles
the order in that city. H -
Rev. Wm. J. N. Blackwell -- --- ---- -
Woman's Club chorus will Rev. WJllle. Rev. L. R.
The
Comfort and Blanket meet next Tuesday afternoon at 8 Lynn and Rev. J. C. Collum all of L. A. SMITH, r

1 E o'clock at the home of Mrs. F:C. whom urged citizens to enter into a Pulutkn, Ilorl.li, )
Cochran. Director. Miss Leib; aoconipauiest. the spirit of the movement. There Rough andDressed
Miss Smith. has been much work accomplishes 4YG '!pa'1.9Idllo'JN1v11rPIINV"ir, / ', : !:;'in!'mm ims,'m: 11:1: LUMBER1
during the week and the city pre- -
Sale This Week r Mrs, E. E. Haskell and her mother sents a much deater appearance by .a .- I II
Mrs. H. H. Kent, retarnd home reason of the effort. Keep it up.
this week from Center Conway N. all

H., where they spent the summer .
Ibt Woman's Club.
BUlLDIN MATERIAL
$2.50 Fine Silkolme Comforts, both sides months. The Woman's Fortnightly! Club I I
Bard and
R.V. daughterMiss
1 E Mrs. held its first social of the season In
alike, pure white cotton filling $1.98 Josephine of Norwalk were theirattractive new club rooms, on .V
pleasant visitors in Palatka last Saturday Friday afternoon Nov. Qth. Lowest Prices. Write the
value Extra and Silko- Miss Josephine Is the talented -
2.25 Long Heavy A largo number responded to the --
teacher of the Georgetown roll dal! (. Letters were read from N. Lumber

: line Comforts, wen worth $2.50 $1.85 school. J. Tllghuian &; Sons and former club ..Shoe s : t Squier Company,
You can't afford to miss seeing the members expressing their approvalof ;
Minstrels. It is the show of the work undertaken by the la-
Nice Silkoline i both sides i j K. of P.
$1.75 : $1.48 the season. Tickets go on sale Mon- dies. Itjpas. decided to send Mrs. $3 $3.50 $4 'Phone No. 111. Palatka, Florida.(!
alike.Other . . . . . day at Ackerraan-Stewart Drug Geo. 0.and Mrs. Ola A. Holmes
*. Store. Get your seats early and president and first vice-president to
good Comforts at G9c, 89c, 1 avoid the rush.A represent the club at the Federation IT takes nil.kinds of womento

worth 75c to $1.40. $1 .19 .)!; number of people did not see the this which convenes at Live Oak Fla. make a worlJ and all PInning Mills\ River Front: foot of Third Street I

K of P. Minstrels last year becausethe After:year.the regular business of the I kinds of shoes to pleue them.
Nice soft Cotton Blankets in white, 5ge seats were all "taken." Seats club the meeting was turned over @ Cpl
value y for" hls season's show go on sale social committee of which Still they can all be suited with
tan or gray, 75c at. to the .._
Nov. 16th at Ackerinau-
,
Monday n
.....* Miss Crill Is chairman. First the Queen Qyalily" shoes-10

Larger sizes worth $1.00 at. . 89c Stewart S. E. Drug T bbs Store.of Flornbome spent Spelling members Bee"engaged and; guessing in a contest."Civic varied and complete is the line. m 9Gt 3 3G Gt Gt GtGtGGt N93 Gr rJ i 3G'66E9EbE 1

Fine Twilled Cotton Blankets 11.4 size, good business Wednesday matters.In the city He looking says after that The mer prize A. Ford.was awarded After this to the Mrs.ladies Ho- We are suiting more women I The Only Line

i weight, $1.75 value, this week 39 Florahome is going forward and were requested to draw from memo- with them every day because Complete
$1 that some families who left thereto ry a picture of our city building; I
I (Someask $2.00 for same thing) E- return to the north are arranging to which the club has been so Interest their reputation grow every day of
back, ed. Some striking examples of art !I Furniture and House
for coma
t' Fancy Striped Blankets, especially good were displayed. A pretty souvenir "Ojjeen Quality"will retain its I

bath robes $1.35 to $1.50 val- 'E.T.Bedding who recently bought was awarded to Mrs. Ola A. Holmes, shape longer than other
$1.19| out the Tom Holden market on Central for the beet picture. Delicious refreshments any
r vies at. . . . : . Lemon street has added a fine werd then served after ready made shoe. Try it once I Furnishings in the City.i
stock of groceries. Mr. Bedding hasa which the club adlourned. I IIII
10-4 All Wool Blankets, cheap O QQ sign In his door to the effect that -

1 at 5.00, this week. . . $ ->eiJO *i his Sundays.market will no longer keep openon A Handsome Premium Free. Herbert Crook Gapf. M R Ryan 213-213-2"Lemon t titree6Pelalka7lo, iFGr I

Christian Herald (a weekly .
Blankets and The '
Fine All Wool Plaid gray Dr. E. S. Crill who has been con- visitor to people In this locality ,
many
white pink, blue and white, $ n past fined four to his weeks bed with la now sciatica reported for the as ) is this year giving free to every Palatka, Fla. &e. EEEe36ElIQfFE EEEEeEEeftE eeeeeee{+e.EE E E EE6E4elAat. -

full Hi sue, worth $7, this week Jei/i/ able to sit up and be about the house, attractive new and renewing gift which subscriber 4s very most appropriately
and It Is confidently expected that

Come and get your supply now. J he will resume work at the bank De Luxe.'' called It consists"The of Art six Gallery famous Au C

It is going to be cold and you will need next Rev.week H. Dutill I..pendlnlfthe fourteen paintings,colors superbly aggregating reproduced 1,000 in .tIJ: :t.Jj.1i.J.JLJL1l.1Have 0 ...:.:..eh.lroe a ,! I

week at Hastings where he is naslst- square inches. The artist catchesthe B WaW Mujf br.I.* .. Wril" '"'*1EDll
4 them. Ing the pastor of the Methodist glint of the sunbeams through: You Looked "1'.Book Store IIW.e..la i ..A ..horn.....oI.. I
See specials in DRESS GOODS church In a series of special meut- orchard trees and makes them dance f...., '::-d." W. ,your.vm M q.. : <
our ings. He writes that he expects to and gleam on canvas. But how can .Ov.ri..be law. Writ lor"... )
some very big values that you can't E- be back In time to conduct the usual we paint In mere words the beautyof Into Our O.pL pN.II 11.i.ry..a1.dve.II. ,THE. FHANUm-IUHNER......I.,h..CO...,1oL, S-7l"uJ. SWVt'iniii, Ga
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James.F.
Sunday services at tit. these six exquisite pictures? A
possibly duplicate. All Fancy Dress ] handsomer premium was never offered -
A. Gerber, the well-known undertaker Show -

S Calicos, best make 5c; Fancy Dress [E as a member of this of city the, has committee been named on Probably by any magazine.no comment is necessary Windows I,. --. -- .:........: :::::::= .

Gingham, 5c. National Constitution Funeral and By-Laws Directors'of Aeso-the concerning"The Maglzlne The that Christian Fully Satisfies Herald." This Week ? \ -==,putriam: :: : ': pharmacy: -: -

ciation. The appointment come as only the best In literature and art PALATKA.
FLORIDA.

.31 from I W.the D.president Farley. of the association Is Issues presented, the and year every around one of sparkles Its 62 If not do so now. ? I I Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries sod

with from cover to The
4ti' 8 gems cover.
5u 6o/MI Palatka'sretail merchants are beginning Christian Herald contains 1,200 large Then come in and let PRESCRIPTIONS Patents. .
to feel the throb of better pages and 1,000 illustrations ye..rly- OAR.FULLY'OOMPOUNoaD.rBItSIl
business conditions J. H. Yelver- as much as any four 11 magazines. S us show our 04BDBS: sego: AII.D' Mallory B..bIP Way.
you I'S';: ........
ton, jr., the Central Lemon street The subscription price is <1 CO. per -=L. -j=::: c.,
house furnisher says. that the Improvement year, but every ifBW subscriber who Hats. Novelripa;. _
Is most noticeable in his sends tl.60 to The Christian Herald --- --, -- .
he has 444 Bible House. New York will SALES AGENTS FoRBAM-Good tralnedbirdda
line of business and that just receive Laces WANTEDfl16.IO -
given the largest. order for beds ever The Christian Herald every Embroideries ) per week or 40096 All Writs to O. C. Sfnthig, 8.''ul'f84t) I :
sent out at one time from Palatka.At week from date of order until Janu- samplee. Btatlooer", an Jro11t.data- Carolina,
220-332-224 Lemon Street, 4y the request of the Florida Federation 1,1010 and In addition the Incomparable Underwear, Hosiery i agent logos; free.In \Ve want one permanent h"
this
"Art De Luxe" locality )
Gallery
of Woman's Clubs Mr. Amos picture for the largest Insrvottiieneestelo fill frO a
"Mill of the U. H. Forestry service free. Etc. i-xperlenoe and frame house in Amerlo. aches, Arm.tr
has been sent Into the state to give a You must act quickly, as this .. unneoeesary. In.truct Jacksonville and see Dt tf

New rierryday Block. series forests.of The lectures Fortnightly on the cars club of has our splendid offer expires Dec. 10, lOO1. Finest line in Florida. furnish yoU the trmV/ ,to,v'r? dr want and a Specialist,'oflloe. 9 Lllur..strset.=. ---;: .

floured Mr. Mill. for Nov. BOth and Dr. Armstrong straightens; cross- permanent honorable( and profitable belt groaenePsi It oA
You the
as feel proud to be able to offer to the eyes without knife and overcomes all Miss Kate L. Lucas lara.position write UI today for pat'tlou. prices Ret when you trail with '
$$ people of Palatka such an educational forms of eye trouble, office 9 Laura W. 'VILLUM8 catalogue and samples. FRANK Oral offer at the new store.
I treat, free of charge.'! !street, Jacksonville. tf rrJrJl'TIr.. Taylor COMPANY, UuV..
r.JlrJrJl.IUI: : : st. Chicago Ill tIIIU"
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