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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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THE P ALA TKANEWS





and Advertiser.

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E'V' SEHIES VOL. XVII, NO.2. PALATKA -

FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909. $1. Per Year.


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$$ II 1I'II nn! I mi inir' mi' nun .1111 mi im;, :in! nun'iinii :m I Tax Notice.
'I NEW OFFICIALS OUR NEW GOVERNOR. HEAVYVOTINGINPIANOCONTEST.
= Our li I will bo at prcclne's with tan!
Dignified f books on the following days: .
BEGIN DUTIES. '
Cr..HO nt City, Tuesday. afternoon, .

I Credit Jan. 6, end Wednesday. Jail.. 6 _
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System J Pomona. Thurndny. mnrnlnff .Jan. 7
Decernbe
Contestants
Leading Show Lit.
'. Wulaka., 'l'hul's<.l"y afternoon Jan. 7 Joseph Price the Veteran Clerk .
Ilns broken 1 Interlachen, Tuesday' ; aftei'n Jan. 12 Retires. as so also does Sher. .

btmlness"Ing against and,tho "Inotallmnnt n Johnson Wednesday. .Jan. ID iff Howell and Treasurer "a During tho punt week a total of
= today wo number Iii Hoillater.Vedneadny... .. .J IIn. :WFlorahoine Kennerly. 8 1i.ll\ votes have been deposited

among In all tho our ouatoraeis pooplo f,;, Friday morning, Jan. 22 !n __ with the PIII..tka News In the Bush
Finds us With too Much i the professions na well nat Jranclln, Friday affnrnoon,. .Jan.. 2iIliildwln $ n mp &SnlToid Piano Contest WIth ., thlx
for great DI my of wnao earnjsj! "School" (Hnltirdny., .Jan. 211 Two Changes on Board of Commissioners Is a heavy vote, It yet shows a ounHlderuble -
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ill We'll nrnlHli home On the above dates my office\ will The newly hli.'ell ''homily, ofllul ,its shower of ballots during the luolldusyweek.
your compteto be closed. A. "S." WILLAKU, .
Heavy Clothing. ..J and you can TAKE A Tax. Collector. nerti Inducted Into I her I lespeutMeodlotjB ::4 The ,
I WHOLE YEAH to for it. "" Oil TueHdny wttliutit oerentuti.x I'aiuttkaVoman' Club has
, M If It In convenient pay for to FI They simply went, to U'o olllulnlHvtlioui t51l made a heavy Increase and Is now I In
,p ., puy for It In IU .
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have determined to make the I. has also crowded.l her toward -
And we prices so attractiVe you a Cnxh, Discount of 15 percent purchase corn oat(, feed cottonseed (>I'esenled their GoiiiiulexloiiH and way
01' hull and slicks If In were KIv"n po..,, slull.' Thulr tuni-' I the top by ono place as so nlno
that man and boy in Putnam County "oOl'rospoDlllollly IIborif \potato good has Miss\ Annie Lau. Hanna of Knot SPutlntka
every ,al' discount at any time, within condition. Palatka Ice Factory tf. IIIII' was expected unil.1 HIM 1'.lhlnllIIolllls / .
!: Miss\
lima \Wyll has gullied
of their
1 the Installment period. '" ,) had the ntTiitr* I ulllues \
f'j can/ have aNew \AN'rED-An bookkeeper ready to (urn uvtr" three places,
Our grout autioaas la I y j hugely to tho fact that wo wants employment, n'gnlur Howell Blipillt.Henry r a4i:1' Over us
Suit or Coat for i giiai'iiutee But or asslslnntwlth other duties, latter Jin toll IIIHUII micoeeilg Joseph were cast for a prominent Palatka.
Moderate .
I preferred. Anything.
.. lady who Is not a cllodld..te, and who
Price clerk. -_
pay. Referf>nce.\V. A. JONES, 607 as : -
tI! Everything as Representedor does not desire to become one.
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14! Oak street, Jacksonville, 1'la. J. K. Kdmoimon Buoueuda S. J
Kennerly ii a county treiiBurer. AMIKU'C: W, Cllt.CIIUlrtT, The following IK the vote up ,to'
Christmas. Money Refunded.Don't .*. Dr. ArniHtronif stralghtena cross- On the board of county coininUglonera who Off Wednesday night, Jan. ()th I

IIj W. J. AIveiB of (SUoo was on Tuesdny Inaugurated .. .. ......
buy elsewhere until if eyes without knife and overcomes all BUO- Uovernor of Floikla.. Irono M Locke Palntha 1181,703' /

.. yru have aeen my goods.J.H.Yelverton.Jr. forms of eye trouble, ollloe D Laura coeds W. S. Mlddleton of Pomona __ ,_ ,_ Mnliol Uiuiolt I'alntka. ... ...,:... S5U,570
street, Jacksonville. tf and !Morgan: Hohannon. aucceedit II. n Wamuni Club 1-alMka...... ... ......... lOB.UCS
j these llnin; and Over Coat T. Joiner of Urandln. Former Governors. AI..... lluth H. Fllnn, Palatka .. 1J7.13S
Look prices: I I
over ; NOTICE L. Coriuthers I has, On the county school board J. N. Joula II Ilurton C'raiicout City. 81,72s:

.. j 6a:! fAunon, Htroot T opened up a new barber shop In the BI"ckwellsucoCl,,<.IR Hon. (B., J. 1111- FlorlJn. uBiiiB under the military Addlo Halloy Sun Vaiao .. 4 .wa( ::1
., .:: : 100 which former-, t Merryday building. All white barbers burn, who in turn, suco."dllVi A. control of the Ignited States III 1831 j Kdua: lirownlnK, Kranola. ......... 41,870

tf ; PALATKA FLORIDA. prompt, polite, satisfactory ser EuBHell us a membur of the House though: actually! ceded by "Spain" InI8HI Annie Hold 1'nlcuka. .. .... ........" S1.B75 'SKusto
.'fi} Remember thnt with every vice. 12-4-4t of Representatives. III the :Florida ), the Hug of "Spain" was not snper- Owen, SIIIBIIIIIO.' llliiliu..... 20,_
i merly sold at #15, 0.n !I! purchase or payment on oc Legislature. ceded 1 by the fliigof! the U. S. until Ida Loiii, I'nintkit. .. "......... IJ.Too

d r{ iii count at our store we give a t Order your Wagon Carriage, Fencing K. Lee Kennerly the new sheriff the former year, when it became Improved. Order Rod Mon 1'alnlka...... iH.tia

.. \ """, tf. .. j i now. ticket for votea In the CrenC f "Hewing" Machine Range, :Farm i U no stranger to the people of Palat territory of the United States. Its Erma Wyllo.llI.arl""hon.. .. .." ......... B.oaa
: $9.00 lit Machinery etc. of the Florida Fur- ka and Putnam county. He served territorial governors were .......
Piano Contest. f f'Jir PI Annlo Lau. llunna, liiwt Pulatka 9,840
''I ., '. .' Hi chasing Agency, Palatka, and save seven years as chief deputy under Andrew Jnukson . . 18SI-1822 Lolla Duke, Pulium." ................. 0.110
J ; '" ill in' ill "''iir: 111111 irs':: ',nai'. ill' i1111'1UIIH': 10 to 2(1( )%. Write for particulars. "Hherllf" Howell, and wan always popular William P. Duval . . .1822-1834: ] Mnbol{ Goollio, Hodmnn. .".' .n., 10LIIllo
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: \ John H. Katun: . .. . .1 : ; ; 50 which formerly t; -- -- --- Agents, Cyphers Incubators and and obliging olllolal./ He Is perfootly O'H.vorlouka ,.. .M8
... supplies. tf faunihiarwith the dutlus of the Richard K. Call . . 18lit18UURobert ( ) Ours Knight, Kdnnr. ... ,,.. ............. 1,100
) : '" ""rm"r''rm"r"r"r", ", '", ollloe and that he will discharge It. Reid. . . .18WM841 1
Ji Edna Knowlton, Pomona. 1.30O
sold tit #17im:1 .50 . . .
Richard K. Jail 1841-1841
"r' .u. duties faithfully none who .
\ CHAIRS RECANED these .
: T. .
':J -Apply slolla Ilrowntuif, Franol >UO
'. him doubt. Mr. Kenuer- John Brand:. . .. ...1841-1845 ... .. ..... .
! f 1" | 14 Per Cent.IHVESTMEHT. Aycrlgg Hodge: corner Seventh and know ouu blank ballon ... 11IIO
"' .> i. .; l" now $10.00 t. i Laurel "Streets." Orders promptly ly's chief deputy for the present will The governors of the State of Flor. Scattering. .. W
l t.. ),". executed. be Mr. L. 'iv. Fennell of MelroHe n ida have been:

.} it\ : )I!; | gentleman whom all predict will William D. Moseloy . '18I -18111
I jy You get the best groceries at lowest make fearless and palnstaklnu olll INTERLACHEN ITEMS.The .
a Thomas Brown . . .1841M85
100 which; formerly prices when 'you trade with A. olal. Mr. R. L. Arantof Penlul was James K. Broome . . I IIf>3-1 857
l -- -Sg Qralnger at the new store. also sworn In us Mr. Kennerly'n deputy Madison S. Perry. . ..18 7-ltj(1l( "at home" given by Mr. and
i,.. ';;& ] at $19.00 but with the understanding. that John Milton..18(31-15(35:< : Mrs. Chas. Brown at their winter
' .;.: .'. | "J = We have one or two =at Any akin itching I Is tempertester.The he Is not to assume the duties uf his William Marvin (provlsonal home, the Cubimo on New "Year's

............ W/' '" = offers in more you scratch the worse It ofilee until October. Mr. A rant I la at Governor) . .. .1806-11<06( was a most delightful affair.( The
t; Palatka Heal =S
...... L co. $11 "\ Itches. Doan's Ointment cures pllei, foreman of large saw mllllnir great veranda over-looking Lake
w. :.......- ... 5 0 : present : David \Valkir . 188(1-18(18( (
eczema-any skin Itching. At all Interests at Alexandervllle Uu., and . Lagondawas enjoyed by many
nhl I. 'oo VS == Estate where we will =5 I Harrison Held . 18(18-1872(
drug stores.WANTED 1 the company was so loth to part with .OsBlan. B. Halt.. . 1872-1874 while. lire bln/ied In the flre-plaoe
'R These are nil Genuine Priestly RAIN: and E: Guarantee 14 per cent -Lady< or gentleman of) him and ottered him such a nionled Marcellus Ij. Stearns. . .1874-1877 In the Immense living room for thoseof

Inducement< to stay, that Mr. Kennedy George F. DI'ew. ... 1877-1881 less "warm blood." Mrs. Brown
and worth the fair education to travel for a line of
OVE11COATS, are every cent of E on the money invested. 52s : household articles and specialties. agreed to let his deputy oil for William D. Bloxham... . .1881-1885 was assisted by Mesdames, O. H.
10 months. Thv uuvent 01 Kwing W. !M. Corthell and MlaaeaUeecher
regular price. : Rememberweguar- 3 (Salary, W CO per day above expenses.Address the next Into tho sherlll's olllceU Edward A. l'erry..1885-1881) Coburn, linker and Wylle
= .I Tim ALEXANDER "SUPPLY" "Bob" Arant FrancU Fleming . . I 8HII.1111111
to be one of the rood thlngD . while three little Misses "helped."
3 going; ( Henry L. Mitchell 18im-181)7
fc COMPANY, (JOB( Dearborn (St.' Chicago: ,
antee %. sandwiches, cake and coffee
14 Dainty
forward to.
Illinois. 12-11-Bt to look William D. Bloxliam.. . .IHII7-IOOI
Now look over these Astonishingly! Low Prices ware Sheriff Howell, who retires, has Williams. Jennings. . 1U01-1U05) were served and almost one hundred

making : Write, telephone or see Si till' gnu nil" imn IB Ii.. inn run JIll been In the ofllee sixteen years, eight Napoleon B Broward . .1UfJ -1IJ1I1I guests departed wishing Mr and
on of which he served as deputy to John Albert W. Ullohrillt. . .10011- Mrs. Brown many "Happy New S
SMITH'SHome li"ll \v. Hagan, whom he sucvended. H" Joy H. K. Call of Tallahassee. was Years" and loud III their, praises of

High Grade Suits H. Finley Tucker 3JEn has been sheriff eight years and has twice governor of the territory of their delightful hospitality

: Made Candy, made a faithful and altogether popular Florida, and William V. Bloxham ofTallahassee Mrs J, 1\[. Jones gave a most delightful
omclal. Mr. Howell owos considerable -
= was twice governor of children's party on last
?f 100 Black and Blue px. \ r Op.<7ourl I HUUHO. Pnlutku FluPhota' Z3f Ice Cream, productive real property in the state. There are now living three Thursday afternoon In honor of two
\ Falatka and for the present will of the state, W. D. little Misses Louise Florens
f ex-governors; friends
-' : I kt$ ==
Suits, formerly $ ). 00 / T 'I mrv 3 = Hot and Cold Drinks. 3 manage his theater and hotel. His BloxliHiil of 'Tallahassee. (S., Jennings of Starke, and Florence" Solomon of
: : : \\It deputy Mr. Lee Uoodson will continue and.1 N. B. Browurd< of Jackson- Jacksonville -5

g now -$6.5o -': V:4 r@ m3 mm ummmmmmmm -- --W.nt re.Huyler & to reside In the city and will vllle.Uovernor.
: i ;U--: act aa constable In the justice court. Milton died In olllca In Mrs.V.. 1) Brown of Atlanta lathe

l .. SP The court house will seem a little 18(15( and was succeeded by lion A. guest of Mrs. K.I A. Brush Tha
;; 60 Black Suits, formerly 'tc--:;" .. D.VMpc'psIn U our national ailment. strange for a time without the veteran K. Allison, president of the senate old friends are delighted! to have
Burdock Blood Hitters IH the national clerk of court Mrs Brown with them she havIng .
SMITH and popular and I Governor Hartdied
L. A. act
UK governor
$12.50, now 5 5 cure for it. It strengthens; tom- : : Joseph Price. Mr. Price has. served while governor In 1874 and was lived here a number of years when

(' .1'"'I J t. IIch incintiraiiPH, promotes flow of l' lntkii, PlorUUnrjMiH'iB. as clerk 10 yeais but previous to that succeeded by M. L. Stearns who Mr. Brown was pastor of.the Congregational ;
" ,:. the blood.
dilfsdvcjuices purifies
$9 00 : church.
/ that cltlzpns
J was tax collector, so : wits succeeded by George F. Drew In
/ builds you up Ill 'liliFi; ILl. ,ILl Jill"": / .ITrilIllhi" : III, hill' who have to middle life can
1 j./ ; grown 1877 as the Ont democratic governor Itev J, 8. Collier, the pastor: now
50 Black and Blue i/ 4'l l / source remember the time when his after the reconstruction period. In charge! of the M. E. Church here
,1 f genial hand clasp was not an Important of Mrs. J. T. Jenkins fora
I'now was a guest
Suits formerly $18.50 R i N'N..NNNmNmffl WNNNNNNNBargains and highly prized part of their Obituary.Jacob few days previous to removing
welcome Into the otllclnl headquarters -

. $12.5 0 '" of their county. Mr. Price has W. L. Cannon was born May\ here.

t.. "') been a most obliging and eillolentotllolal the 2(1( 1852, and passed, peacefullyaway : A very pleasant surprise party was
50 Black and IHue'f"' f : I in Palatka. and as clerk of the court and Deo. 27, 10(18( at I U) o'clock. given on Miss' Jonlta. O'Haver, of
:: ; 1t"1Suits 1 as county clerk has been frequently Brother Cannon was u member of Keuka, on New Year's night! by the
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). formerly $:tO :t t commended by the circuit judges the Baptist church for a. number of young people of this place which
,
: -. and state auditor for his systematic and was always regarded; by was enjoyed by all; and understand
years
work and-comprehensive knowledge In which he that some of the older ones had a
now$14.50: : Farm or Town Property, ; concerning the duties of his ohio the lived entire as a community model of Integrity. The large time too.

L | Mr. Price has not laid up any vaL high esteem In which he wall held< In A dinner given by Mr. anil 1 Mrs.
] 100 Black Suits for. _. : ; \ amount of treasure on earth and aa the community where he was boiu Louis Patrlo in honor of MrB.V: D:"

Timber Lands for Sale Lease. hIs life work has been that of an and reared was evidenced by the Brown, was a small but pleasant!
or
4 merly $ 2.5O, now s-_, otllce holder his retirement Is greatly ; large number of citizens and particularly alfalr, and the trip on Mariners Lake

| regretted.l by a large circle of Masons who bore the remains in Mr Patrlo'a. launch was a very
15.75 friends In the city and county. His from the lodge< room to the Penlul pleasant feature.
1I! entire office staff retires with him. Baptist church. The funeral services -
'" '"" 4 Henry Hutchlnson of Croscent City were conducted by the pastor, Mr. and Mrs. Emory LI hrop,
50 Black and Blue i__ FORD who succeeds to the olllca of clerk of of the Pulatka Baptist church. were visitors to Palatka on Dullness

1 Suits, formerly $25 ___ ... ..I I H. A. the circuit court la a native of Bro. Cannon was a Master Mnaon and sightseeing.A .
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Florida, having been born nt Tallahassee
,; ._... ... and while ho had grown In favor with chlz.n's caucus on Mondayeven.
....... .i-... III 1863 He was educated ha had also in favor with
n now $ "'1 / men, grown ing created the usual interest attendant -
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19.50 .n. the public schools of his native place' God. such .
"'"'- ...--... '... on) alfiuirs
Institute, New
and in Lafayette
'l'he funeral was attended by a
:Mr. Fearn- ),. York city. His parents were .people[ large number of sympathizing 'v. O. T. U. Wednesday met aft
These Suits were nil purchased by ..:: Polk County, Waycross, Gainesville, ; of means and education, and the friends. The Interment wits III the the residence of Hev. (S., J. 'rown-

Bide on his recent trip to New York and represent I I family was af the old regime that Penlal cemetery by the Mitsonio\ order send. The ladles Ilild that tor" few
short weeks of winter It will he
held sway in the social mid political and, the exercised were conducted morn
all that is latest in style and fabric and best in tailor E Norwalk and Jacksonville life of the state In the days before In a reverent and impressive manner pleasant to inoet at their homes than-
I the war. "Boon" after the war the at; the church.
these by Judge K.: :K. Hu> kell, the GrandMaster
: :;t' made garments. They should go (quick at Property for Sale, S; family moved to Putnam county, of Florida. V. I. S. on Thursday afternoon and
weather iu November I settling on Lake Crescent, where the Brother Cumion, leaves a number of Missionary nieetlmr on :Friday with
, prices. The exceptionally warm ;E or will trade family home "Oukwood," was relatives, and these all have large Mrs. O. H. Kwlng have made a very
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left them hands. Hence this reduction known for Its hospitality.Here number of friends who share In their full week for our little town.
1 1it on our c_ and at Crescent City the new
sorrow. It U a glorious thing to
" sale during the pre-Christmas' season/ when we & ;: For Palatka Property.DflOILD. i; county clerk has resided since his have well founded faith when, one
Badge for the New Sheriff.A .
r,.turn from college In the late flu's stands face to face with the great!

: ought to be making money. much of the time engaged In orange eternity, and It U a glorious thing to large number of the grntlemen
_______ Jt, ; culture but of late years us the have a faith In God In time of sorrow friends of "Sheriff" U. Lee Kennerly
A.\.NMy.YNmHM Florida representative of outsldn like this; then the words of the text led that gentleman UP to the Livingston -
-- ---------------- commercial Ills only
enterprises.
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-- something: lust
mean bakery Monday night
In Boys ClothingWe former political. olllue was that ofmember 1 Him that overoometh will I make. niitl 1 gave him a pleasant. surprUe.ngene .
of the legislature. In Hut pillar In the temple of lilY God ,stud Gay was chairman of the
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have and varied stock on : : : Mr. Hutchliison has it wife. end interesting' he shall go no more out; nnd I will gathering and hA said some p leu mine
large of
exceptionally: T family the majority write upon him the name of my Clod thing) about the newly elected
which \Vl11lLlso make- BARGAIN PRICES during IBI whom are now) gl'ownloOUII manhood and the name of the City of God, nheritfaml then Introduced Mr. R.
!I.D.t MlV and womanhood. Two) of his .
! ........ ... ... M which Is tho new Jeruselem.EnwAKD, H Coop..r'ho In a neat little address
fn*. Wdl ,...... *. .IUy ) *.Iu.! sons are filling Important portions ,
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i'.b all December.. _____ -11. ,ho low..i. Writ* (or CRIB I OB., U u (r... B9Tka 'rANI.EY.Pa9tOl' presented Mr. Kennerly with a
____ I Our
__ pritwi : In
,n __ !**...!mall.rd..r Book h.u..I I.tb*world 48 y..r.(Ie iMBiMaa.P.N. with the United Fruit company Baptist Church. beautiful gold sheriffs badge:
THE FRANKLiN-TUIINLS CO., 65-71 Ivy St. All..... G* Central America. Mrs. Hutchinson Then Mr. Kennerly tried to tan
II.
forMen's /
Of course we are Palatka Headquarters: -- -- -- 'in a daughter of the late Rev U S. how pleased l he was over the goodwill

W --.-.._:.:,=.:.:.,=.:.":'=.:.:_=.:.:_=..::_=.:.:"'=.:.:_=.. ._:.:,=.."' :.:"'=.. .;._:':''=.' i.. ." 'I Marks Williams church at one In time this city rector and of 1st.for The Croup mothers and of Whooping young children Cough.have he would of his strive fellow to citizens wear: the and badge how

Furnishings Hats 4r''i years a prominent olnrgymitn' of the no need to bar these diseases If they with honor and do hi. duty.
j church In Florida.Mr.
Episcopal; Short also made
> keep Chamberlain's Cough! Remedy at speeches were hyMessrs. I
Hutchlnson Is of course new
\ Hllbuni Haakell Black-
hand. Mr. M. Davenport, of Paula
to the work upon which he la entering Ind. Tor., writes : "I have well Marshall and Wlllanl I. and
Valley

! and Shoes.That t Genuine Rose and Carnation atlatrs. but It being Is likely an that educated he will man aoJ\of, my uiecl family Cbamberlnlu's for several Cough yrs< Remedy and have ID when had they no doubt!got through about Mr.being Kcnnerly In the-

have the details of his work well In
fact ia understood that wewon't m hand. to the he has. but found It especially effective for croup house of his friends.
I so generally Up present and whooping! cough." For sale by Then there were some refresh
offering to HAT PINS one deputy-Miss Margiirxf. K Westgnurd ments and a pleasant social smoke.Don't .
that we are Aokornmn-Htewart Drug Co.
it here to : .
; press except say : V of Melrose. !Mlaa Weatguard
I1OLIDA\: Vw is a stenographer and typewrltlst
an especially attractive line for the from the Real Flower v. and ha. had considerable experlenae Th First Slow On. Take the RUk.

t, TItAp t Made In legal work lie uttered A Joyous cry. When you have a bad cough or oolil
S. J. Kennerly the well-known and the first do not lot It drag along until It becomes "
"And I am really truly
hardware merchants of Palutka, ohronlo bronohUla or develops Into aa
t $1.50 to 250. who has for 10 years been the faithful man ;you ever klssnil" attack of pneumonia but give it the attention
and efficient county treasurer, l Is "Tea, Clarence" the beautiful girl rejoined It deanrvea and gust rid of It.

;'of succeeded by J. K. :Kdmonaon the her red lip curling slightly. Take Chaniberluln'a. Cough Bemedy and
I i Sent on receipt price. f ft well-known liveryman and live slock "The others all took the Inltllltlv.New .."- you are aura ot prompt relief from

Fearnside Clothing r dealer. Mr. Kenuerly has. been York Fre s. small beginning the sale and use of this
! refunded well.known to the democracy of Putnam preparation has extended< to all parts of
: If not satisfactory money Mw county alnoe the dutysof recon the United States and to many foreign
t struction. He was one of the few countries. Its many remarkable cures '
It would be.
men who made personal lanrlttoes In expected of oougha ami culls< have won for It this
Buccf1.
t order to wrest control of the Mr. Bdmonson, his or. Is a
carpetbaggers
wide and extensive For
reputation
II : il) SMITH The Jeweler and negroes. Ha has been a gentleman ranking high In the esteem 1' sale by ackerman-Stenart Drug use.; Co. :
elf ubli.
war horse In the party and hns given of the people. Hla naturally
1 t .0! more In time and money for upholding manner ami< his business dealing
Company0 served to make New Keliound unit Second
t It. principles. than he could get with the people have
I back In n life-time of public otfloeholding. \ him popular in all parts of the ouun- Hand Sellout llooka. Send for
\ .
i 1.t Palatka Florida. Aa county treasurer his. ty That he will make painstaking lint Mud prl.:.,,,. Biff stock School
i thoroughly efficient county
!
I books have been models of neatneaa Supplies. KOVVTON'S Pulatka
and when he turned them o'ur to his treasurer none who know blm can
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PALATKA NEWSand ,, EDWIN FORREST. DON'T FIGHT THE WEATHER. The Root.

A NIGHT OF TORTURE Toeta are born and not rondo." ,

Advertiser. The Great Tragedian's Acting Wasaturated "But they ain't born tagged," opined
Try the Plan of Being on Friendly :

Entered at the Palatka postofflcea With Reallem. Terms With It. a rural philosopher.hntter so"Their ahead and fathers eddlcnro WI AU Merryday Go.

mallable matter of the second Edwin Forrest says William Winter What a great misfortune thin Is, the consequently \
oI&... In "Other Days,'.' was an uncommonly It Brought a Fortune to Its Half habit of considering the weather-of 'cm jest all If they was goingto .

massive and puissant animal and all Strangled Victim.AN thinking that we must consider the bo good for .001etlllng.-LonlsvlJle" Dealers In L1 j ;

Published at ra atka. Fla., on of his Impersonations were more physical weather! It la largely due, Is It not, to Courier-Journal. I I.@ I

Fridays byRUSSELL than Intellectual while no one of clothes? No mention Is made of rain

A VICKERS. them possessed any spiritual element INNOCENT MAN'S ORDEALTwice in the garden of Eden, but we must Defined. Crate Material
not therefore contend that rain won Tn, what III a knocker? I :

w.. A. RUSSELL HUn whatever. dlBngreoublp and omitted. Wo must "A knocker, my boy I III a limn who
From the first and until the last hisacting .
-- Strung Up by Lynchers, Ho recollect that Adam and Eve did not usually finds fault with iinothi-r tnnn of all Kinds.
saturated with "reall
was m. Afterward consider Furthermore who IH dolnir Bomutlilnit better I linn j
Confessed to Murder and Was need to raIn. ,
OUR NEW GOVERNOR. od that was one reason of his extensive blU1M..lf.-Delrolt FreePress.
In blessed did not know be could do It
popularity. Ho could at all timesbe Vindicated and Recovered $25- Ignorance they
Oeii. Albert W. OllchrUt of Punta .len. heard and .understood lie 000 From HI. Asssilsnts. that It was anything to bo conHldcred. II Fruit and
'ro mind the rain than the
no
Gorda was ou Tuesday Inaugurated struck with a sledge hammer. Not even niore 1
Governor of.FlorIda at Tallahassee. nerves o( gutta percha could remain Late In tho fifties of the last century May sunshine, but to plunge Into It'' When men are flouts there Li no

"'. King was tho proprietor let the will, to need of JUHtlce.-Aristotle.
with Imposing ceremonies and has. unshaken by his blow. In the manifestation Ocorgo and drops reir' as they
hotel in Oxford twenty- snow without thought of discomfort VegetableWraps. j
of a accept a
entered upon the discharge of his of terror he lolled out his
liupoitant dutlee and responsibilities tongue contorted his. visage made his. six miles from Lafayette lud. In but, rntbcr to enjoy the j

frame quiver and used the trick sword 1S50 a stranger arrived at the hotel thronging presence of It; to pur.ueono' .
under the most favorable auspices dnlly stint regardless of whether Always Keeps a
with the rattling hilt. In scenes of and gave his name as Dr. Rowe. lie !
with the confidence and best wishes the sky be dim or blue-this Is n state .
fury he panted snorted and snarled told King tlmtr he bad no money and ,
fur a successful administration on which we. especially of the cities, long Bottle In the House."About
like a wild beast In death scenes his asked to be trusted for his board till '
the part of the people of the state. tang have lost.
gasps and gurgles were protracted and he could get practice In the place I In-fore Chi'(slums I :
For reasons which It considered We regain It, sonic of un, In the wilderness ten diiyx
literal. The bellow that he atka Florida.
painfully .. I Pal
promising to pay him ns promptly as camp, where we bunt or fish I \got my hand hurt so badly t H' I
Important and ample at the time when ho threatened ,
emitted as Richelieu consented to the arrangement hud. to slop work rlglit In thu busy
Kl4Ig
posHlble. If the dny bo dark or If the day bo
the News did not support Uen. Oll to launch the ecclesiastical curse became a time of the yi-'r.. says Mr. Milton l )
and Rowe soon
bright nUll where dud that the
christ lu the primary, but with the almost made the theater walls tremble. of we Wheeler. 2,101)) ) Murrls AVI-, Blnnintclmin ssgxif'aTy MS Ei snESCTY c
account
favorite with the people on dash of the soft ruin on one's face Is. I B1B
Ain., "At llrtl I thought
The of ferocity that burst @
snarling yell
announcement of his success at the and
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disposition superior
his
coinpaulonablu not death after all; that wetness and would hoe to have my hand ,InKenotf.
all ceased and this from him when, as Jack Code ha recognized The doctor however -
pulls, opposition intelligence. -
dryucss nre merely relative terms. but i-oine out told me to fAt a
paper became his ardent well-wisher and sprang upon Lord Say in fell deeper and deeper In debt. All the. centuries of fussing and fum- bottle of Sloan's, .Liniment and that

and staunch supoorter. Now that the forest fairly frightened his hearers. lie bad been at the hotel for nearly a lug whit the weather have not affected would do the work. The Liniment,

be i Is the governor the News yieldsto His utterance of Lear's delirious pray year when King reminded him one the weather one ptirtlclo. It still rains cured my luind mid I irliidly n-cuin-
er to nature was like a thunderstorm.Often morning that be bad not paid anything mend It lo everyotie'Mr.
and and sleets and blows, just
none In the patriotic, loyal support ho produced amazingly consolatory on his board bill for three snows J. R. :MnttliHWH.I |ropilctor ol i

It will give the new chief executive effects. affording ample gratification months. The conversation It after as dictated by circumstances. Therefore St. Jntne Hotel Comlnir.' i'.rk..

nor In the sincerely of its to the overstrained feeling of his ward appeared, wns overheard by what's the use? Are your puny SIMS:-"My: finger W"H im-inly,, In- I
diatribes or mine of any greater potency fish and doctor
llnnitd frum it Ktlng (
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wishes for a most successful adminis audience, desirous as In stormy passages some one In the hotel though nothIng -
than those of others gone be- pronounced It blood |"ni"ullillif. I
of "King Lear" and "Othello, :
tration. thought of It nt the time.A .
i was fore? Evidently not. Accordingly try usetl severnl I Hpplic'itlniiH I I or SlonnVLlnlnienc
It Is possible the necessity may the forum scene of "Vlrglnlus, the week after the conversation Howe the plan of being friendly with the I and I it cured, me nil I I rlgl i F.
statue scene of "Brutus" and the scaffold was called out late at night to .see n I will always keep n bottle of Sloan's
arise to warrant criticism of soma of weather of agreeing with It Instead of of HealthHealth
scene of "Damon and Pythias" Days Liniment I I In huSh ." The Reign
patient and failed to return. It mv Lj
olllelal and
the governor's act, but that fighting 'pon my word pres.ently
that something tempestuous and terrific panned without any word from him Mr. J. P. EVans' or lilt. Airy, (lit..
criticism will not be Inconsistent should be said and done. There and his disappearance soon was connected It will be agreeing with )'on.E. .- .iay. .--After being nflllcti-d! for three

with our well wishes here expressed. are times when It is a comfort to see with the conversation that hind L. SabIn In LIpplncott'B.EVER ,yours with, rheumatism, 1 iiadSloan's l should always be safeguarded -

-I There are good reasons. for the be- somebody who can let himself go. For paused between him and the landlord Liniment itnd wax, cured

lief that Gov. Ullchrlsfs administration rest could. Ills style accordingly had about the unpaid board. One night sound I hnvrn't and ,been well, troubled and nm: glad MllhrlieumarUm to say- zealously and jealpusly at

will prove one of great ad. its positive, ample, undeniable merits, three months later a party of disguisedmen WATCHFUL.A since. My lig\ wns biidlyBwolen all times. Disease is Continually

vantage to the state.. He Is a business but neither he nor his apostles were entered the hotel and, overpowering rn iii m my hip t;' I lo my knee.Ouvhitlf ..

man, a careful man, a man of ever satisfied with acknowledgment of King took him to n woodland I u hot I it. t look the puLl ii nnd trying to start an insurrection and
those merits at their actual worth.A adjoining the town. Little Cure Will Save Many swelling out."
peace without being a trimmer-not overthrow good health.
.lie recognized the voices of several I'alatka Keittlfrg Future --- -- your

a factionalism Florida has had an of his captors and especially of the Trouble. NOTICE
CASE OF CONSCIENCE.The .
overdose of factlonallsts in the
who told him tbafbo was 5515'pocted .
leader,
Watch the .
kidney eeoretlons. Notice U hereby given thut I the ti
executive office and Is now In sbapx Powerful Motive That Moved the of murdering Rowe and demanded Bee that they hare the amber hue of Annual Meeting of the. stockholdersof

to appreciate the atendy-golng man Commercial Traveler. that ho confess.. King stoutly health ; the Wilson Cypress company, of CUREIs

of atlitlra, who gives promise being. "No I'm not whistling and singing maintained his. innocence and the The discharges not excessive or Infrequent Palatkn, Fla.. for the year liinu will KIDNEY

governed by reason rather than lender of the mob ordered his companions ; be held nt the iilllce of the company
"
because business Is good, replied the A Contain no "brick-dust like"sediment In Palatkn Fla. ,
"to string him up. rope on Wednexday a preparation everyone old or young
prejudice of factional ad
or hope van.
hardware drummer. "What alls me was placed around his neck a dozen Doan's Kidney Pllla will do .this for lo'eb.llrd, 1UUI) ), for the election! of directors -
tage. is because I have a clear consciencefor men pulled down n stout limb, over you.They and such oilier bilnlmsH. HO needs! at this time ,of the! year to fortify

And such a man we believe Is Qov. the first time In three years." which tho other end of the rope was watch the kidneys and cure may come before the meeting.If. against diseaso chat! : may be lurking in the
Albert Oilchrlst. "Have confessed to murder" them when they're sick. H. \VILHON, Secy.
you thrown and when the limb was released Mrs. E. B. Bravo nil .:1- .. Every: close of Rcxall
was o.kt'd."Gentl.m.n.. Hinton living at 121 Palatka; Fla., Jan. 4th lUUt). system \
And such a man Is gulng to do his It carried King off his feet and street St. Augustine FI.... "For
,
says: Cuo disease much
don't try to be funny. Kidney r.;noveo 10
full share In the work of rnunltlng loft him hanging by the neck. He some time my kidneys were badly
the Florida democracy. This Is a sacred thing. I was in Boston was nearly unconscious when let down disordered and on account of the Irregular Notice. further from you.

three years ago and I picked upa and again ordered to confess. actions of the secretions I was caused The annuitl meeting of the Stockholders J

pre.ld.. t.elect Taft and some of package on the street On openingIt After much delay he was restored 1 great annoyance My back also acn- of the SelclHii Cypress Door Two Sze Bottles, L'C: :. i.-.J $L0O.

his close political advisors have been I found seventy-five $1,000 bills. sufficiently to understand what was ed and kept me In misery uioet of the Company will be held at. the ollloe of

The name of the loser was there, butI said to him. and he again refused declaring time. I was unable to rest at night, the company i In Pulntka I Florldn, on
hatching a scheme by which they took that money and got out of town his Innocence and saying he and mornings when I first arose, folt all Friday, February; uth, 1UOI ,at 10 Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co.

hope to break up the "sofid south"and by the first train. My conscience told did not know what bad become of tired and wore out. and during the day o'clock In the fnien"on.OKO. .

win Its people to the republican me that I was as bod as a thief, butI had little or no energy. I tried several u SELDKV: .-
Howe. A second time be was strung
ranks. The Idea Is has tried to stifle It." remedies but received no relief until a President., .jt.r.u.jt.l.\4-U; : \ UI.1I.jt.r;
not It
new.
up and a second time let down but I friend advised me to try foan'e Kidney U.Lou'sRBAzrwr, J.WAI. III.MAH' !

been. advanced by republican leader. "A drummer with a conactencel"sneered life was nearly extinct and he was Pills.\ I procured them and they provedof .<. ...... 1i Pronldunt" Heu neii
at the close of every presidential three of the listeners In chorus. much longer in being restored than be more benefit. to me than anything I For the BestWOOD

campaign for more than 20 years, I fore. had previously used. I feel stronger .so I. -IJlJ1 The G. Loper Bailey Co
"I went to with the 1
Chicago money and better now la and
but the south Is still solid. And The luckless landlord knew be could every way, giveDoan'
continued the Investedit "
drummer "and
not pans through another such ordeal Kidney Pills the credit.
"the practical disfranchisement of in real estate. I knew It was wrong Fire Insurance:
nnd lire, so be consented to confess. eli ,
the negro In nearly all the southern but I did It. Six months ago I found 'Ho the confesHon ,rli
lengthened
purposcjy The WI. Eiklrno.
states," constitutes no good reascu myself worth, $200,000. Conscience : In order to gain time and .said I Everything In the Eskimo dress hits ) ; eli In the city, Leading American and Foreign

for expecting a "breaking up" now. would not down. It got so bad that I I that he and two men! named Rogers eli
a reason for Its existence writes CaptaIn '
The white of the south know couldn't look even a confidence man In and bad II -- tj cut length
people haggard poisoned some whisky Itoald Amundsen In The North any Companies
that what they have of negro dlsfranchisonient the face. At length I started for Boston and Induced Rowe to drink It. and west Passage." The members. of Captain S/zO I
and hunted the loser of the e..s send order to
up your
Is not due to republl- after his death they had burled him Amundsen's expeditions bad be- '" Accident Insurance:
wealth I found him In his office and
aid In a hollow some distance away. It accustomed to the Eskimo dress
coo or These come
sympathy. republican W. W. Bainbridge'sNew
told my story. When It was finishedI $3 $3,50 $4IT
was nearly daylight when the confession The Travelers
politicians are wasting timeThey and bad adopted it, but many of them of [Hart: for I
laid my all before him and asked bill
was made and the lynchers ilo-
thought it ridiculous for Wood Yard
mistake the grown up ,
sentiments ot.outh.rn forgiveness
termlned to take King to Jail In Lafa. men to about wearing fringe to takes all kinds of Life
go women Insurance
:
sycophants for the real "And what did be do?
yette and then arrest Rogers and Hag
their clothes, so they cut It off I at Stan ton's I
thing. Let the common people ol "I will tell you what he did, and I gard. lo make a world and all I
bad about the
scruples this
the. southland. once get the Idea that shaU never forget It. He looked at me Before the jail was reached dny had author my as I had already learned says that l kinds of thoes to please them. Foundry, The Old Reliable .ermania

there is real danger of a return to and saw how I wall suffering, and be dawned and King recognized! his coptnrs most things In the Eskimo's clothingand
took me by the hand and said In a fa. Still all be suited with Phone Life" of New York
republican rule in this section and as members of the Horse Thief other arrangements had their distinct they can '.., 40. /

there would be such an uprising ol therly" way: Detective company of Benton, Warren meaning and purpose so I kept "Qyeen Quality" shoc-10 1 tTJ
'Sly friend suffer no more. I was and TIppecanoe counties, nearly all of
democrats as would cause these political going to a poker game when I lost that whom were known to him. Confident cule.my fringe lie laughs and put best up who with laughs the last.ridi varied and complete is the line. 3'111"nF.Jl'11"lI7'nnlI! ! !: : : Marine Insurance:

soothsayers to at least confine money and It would have of his
gone any'bow. guilt. the men made no attempt
One line
day the anovaks a sort of We arc suiting more women
their efforts In future to more to conceal their Identity. So great The Leadimg Companies
,
tunic reaching below the knee, made Order For Publication.(
.w practical politics. The Taft machine "But what in tbuader are you doing wits the exrltomont and so Intense the of deerskin from which the fringes with them every day because Ini thnulriMitt i
Court lNhlh: \
4 ; In the south Is In the hands of the : on the road If you are worth '1200,000 feeling against King that he waived bad been cut off commenced to curl their reputation grows.every day. I'uliium Uonul.v, Khu-lilii-JIIIIt'\"rCIcul In Uh"nccry. t All Claims Promptly
shouted a voice."Con.clence examination and went to jail hoping rnrrle Alftml 1 i
The
negroes. men who predict an up and If the fringe bad not been put
) again, gentlemen-con- that something would turn up to establish "Queen Quality"will retain its v" t hill for Wvorce. Settled.
early breaking up of the democracyare on again quickly they would soon have Willi"U",' science. It won't let retire and his
mo lunoccnce.
the white sycophants who would looked like neckties. shape longer than any other !! ; '! am.lavlt! niiH| <'nilid to the
/ii"rllhlt!:: : : ::
leave fellows to all ::
you do the lying! From the Jail at Lafayette King addressed I "lp ,vo "tiittil cauao hut Office. 88 Front 8t PALATE, Fuj
like the jobs now held by these faithful -Cincinnati Enquirer. I letters to editors of papers in ready made shoe Try it once. Wlllliini:: :, Alfunl, the; !Ili-rumliinl:: thorelii I
iimn.'il' III
colored Only s Letter Out. u nuii-reiilileiit' of tile Hlutu o I
republicans who are the Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Louisville r"lorlihi'. mill Unit |iI|,. renliluncu unknown...
real. leaders and "Talk about scbolards" said the unit Unit he U mor" Slut or 111111:11J1; ;: ; ;:&;II;....1.1: I1111J; ; 111j; ; J JJ J.Jj.JJ; nij
unwavering followers and lluo tuunly-onu
Tho Earth's Changes. other cities, setting out the
proud Sam Smith. "Listen to my lit m\'liri.. mm' thut thuro "Him penim In the a
of that party In the south. The surface of the earth I U under- clrnunntanres of his confinement and tle lad talk about Herbert Crook Iolutu or rlorlilit, iipoii ulium" tliu Kervlee
grammar. Tommy, of Huliiiii| >ini uuuUI 1 10111,1, Let know
going steady transformation largely asking them to keep his letter In the curl Deroiulunt: us your R
what gender III thy fayther?" It In tlinn-iuro nnli-ruil. thut mil.I. ilomirent.iilputt .
Oov. Ollchrlst's Inaugural address through the agency of man, but perhaps papers In hopes that It might fall under ")I08cullne," laid the learned Tom. lielumliini. .hit iinil' la hiirohy renulril Ri i

may not take such rank among state nowhere is the plant and animal Howe's notice. The appeal was apathetic my. I Palatka, Fla. U In.I MI to..hl!lipiieiii-"fiiuav oil the or Kill.belomMONDAY ot. Complaint" mod

papers as to lift Its author Immediately life of the region being more rapidly one and was copied Into "Bean't wonnerfulf said the I Slut iHt DAY OP FEBRUARY, jj GroceryWants i

into. the statesman class, but It superseded than In New Zealand. The many papers throughout the north proud father. "And thy mltber Tommy (Vn"11'I "! ?\ OtIrwhun. the nllemitlniis. of soul' iR
native west. "' '"""' its cOllr..d. l l
surely bears the Impress of an honest Polynesian race, crowded by ?" tiuhiiiitI. by mtlil Do- R
Europeans, la becoming extinct. Manyof Two weeks after Its first appearance 'It 'I. f11'111"1' onloniil I
"Feminine Hint this
purpose to serve the people faithfully replied the erudite ju. Order Ix a ai
the Imported animals run wild and T>r. Rowe rode Into Oxford and.atten.le.1 venue For 11\Ihll.h..11 0"0" n a rub. for bINht: routsuortive an
and to the W.ks In the llilntkn ;
best of his N'ii .
ability. multiply rapidly at the expense of the by a number of citizens pro "near that agent" cried the liillJllaluMl. In imlil 'oimly mill Hluln.MuiilJ il. \\.J'Ior.
There are promises of a determination native species, even the streams being ceeded' to Lafayette where his appearance ed father "An' delight." New and Up-to-Date ".. mmiv itt..iI. liliI' ,'tullicini seal this the i n and we will be pleased to I
ii
Tommy he dut
noo v itt Notuti.bu.r, hiaet,
to find
out why certain things filled with European and American caused the Immediate release proceeded, picking up the family tea 111[ JONM'ir: PIUOM 3. furnish you with tni best

have not been done that ought to trout, which grow to great size. of the accused landlord. In explanation pot, "what gender IK this?" Furniture and tilork 1'lrault Court I
have been of bis b:. N. OAl.Hoim, .1 goods obtainable at turpriaingly' -
done, as for Instance why disappearance Rowe "Neuter" said Tommy. House Hullultor tot '

he state school fund has not been The Floup-do-lls. said lie had left kls home in the east Sam's face fell. Furnishing Goodsat h h __ Coiiiulnlnniit._ ._ ,___ __ ___ S low prices.

paid the 25 per cent. of the money The origin and therefore the full on account of domestic troubles that "Well, well" be exclaimed, "It's allus very low prices THE PALATKA 3 None but Firstdas'oods!

derived from the sale of public Iaide.. heraldic meaning of the fleur-do-lla Is he had learned that bill wife was on the way Still, not but what the little We

As a matter of fact the address contains disputed. By some the emblem Is supposed her way to Oxford, and be had determined lad was far oot. lie only said neuter Go to Pepsi-Gola Bottling COIIIIIIUr".tllrl'rt "a find shelf room hen I

real to represent a Illy, by others the to leave the place secretly In 'stead of pewter that's a'1"-London waut to couviuceyou >ii thi'iu
many gems, of which the Iron head of some weapon, presumably order to prevent her from learning or. yourself
R. so and for ,
following S. come see .
are
samples
: a lance. From the claims put forth by where be bad gone. lie bad gone to Mooney ti
Bottled
The people have elected me Governor English sovereigns to certain principalities a llttlo town In southern Illinois andIt Soda Water of All Flavors. u or, phone your ordei n to 9

ing made of Florida; without my hav In France, gained by Inheritance was there that he learned that the TitBits.You Pulutku, l lorl..!... Huml im your orders "10 No. 84 and i it; will receive
any promises as to any man who bud befriended him .
or marrIage. the French royal was suspected Mid
+ specific policy careful atteu5j -
other than what I.. .T prompt and
embodied I In the platform coat appeared as a quartering in the of his murder and was In jail May
!_ publisheduunng
Undertaking and
In Lafayette.As ; Embalming. tion.
me campaign ana In the var English royal arms, but It was abolished

ious speeches made during the Rain... by George IV. noon as King was released he Free
It would be my wleh for the public brought suit against thirty-two members i 5 delivery,

to know of every move mad. bv the Taking Him Down. of tho Horse Thief Detective Need ItAsk Satisfaction Guaranteed :

administration. There should be n "Y secrets
between
as the administra "I always pay cash for against the company as a corporation. .ervlca when you Kot your, inn mtiI: l.' ,
thou and the people. everything your doctor about the work ,
There could be ,
no greater policy for any Governor I get" "Dear me!" exclaimed the Thomas A. lIen
to hove than that his administration matter of fact person. "What's tho president! was his counsel, but the your keeping Ayer's E. O. 8 Grocer,

should be ruu on business prlncln.I matter with your credit?"-Chicago cane was not allowed to come to trial, Cherry Pectoral In the house, EARLS Palatka. )Florida.'

I pies, free from graft and free from News the lynchers compromising by paying ready for colds, coughs, croup, {utu.Wealwny tame*situ plomooiir are "' patron'it"momhvr.-w..can m 1..RlOII iilo..... t! =Klrbyjand: aIorrleJtreot,

per glorification. Although no King $23,000. With this money be bronchitis If he It's all treat, Palatka, Florida.:
claim Is madd as to being stronger &;on oln0.! purchased a farm and other propertynenr says European Restaurant 7 Palatka Florida.

than the generality of men, y. t Mr. X.-I must apologize, Mrs. T., Lafayette where he lived till his right, then fet a bottle of it ,

enough strength strong Is hoped enough for to and be good true for falling to come to your party death nt the age of seventyeightyears. at once. Why not show a Donkey's Chicken Furnished Rooms. loIlIlIlIlIIIO":: tFrtr: : :"rr.rrr.rrrCC; ; : :; : : : :

enough to perform my duties to the Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Y.-Ob, my little foresight in such matters? Hot and Cold Baths

people and to the State without dear, don't speak of III! You were Dot Early treatment, early cure. Remedies AtCHAS ,
thought of personal. gain or future missed.-Pathfinder. Whoso would write clearly must
political preferment. think clearly, and If he would write In W.pabii.k. em,.fo..ql. WILZ'X'I3'SCream :

"The welfare of the people of the w. acquire the strength we ban a noble style be must first possess a I 5?. ..a'," loohol KUPPER USCH'SPall&tka.

State should mark. the lines. of whatever overcome.-E merson. noble soul.--Qoctbc. A from o. Ktiala.iiVT Fla.Notice. Vermifuge!

power. Is given a Uovernor. The I gers. _a.urff..*.you"ou.to
very channel In which a Governor Nature .'mAk..n thing "beautiful In their d......
UIOVHS should be bounded by rite $100 Hew aril $\ 100. ttmH." Every one or life. neNon. when liramovea GU1HJNTEED
I constitution and the .. The railoraof thla will I bo t on Mature', linen, haw Ha own charm Many a boy I I. called dull ind ttupld TIll' .creditors THE
laws. pteaaa : I
The l paper J IIINt.lhllt..oo .
> learn that, there I In At l aar ona drvailail, ul000anthat and betiiity. Many women dread that 1 when the whole trouble Is due to lizv lutiviusK' ', this nail all persons
01'Ufu. a \ r ihuintit
con light should mliii
light the best In. whun they miiHt clerIrnee ohaniffl I : tiiliiiiitt (Ii,,
lute D' :
: Hlenr baa baaa able to corn In All I It. liver. We 0 toriiu'lla, ,
terests four thnl fane form suitor firmly believe your own doc h'tOhlwlm., uiecetsui :;; fl; WORMREMEIT
of the people at large.. C Agm, and thai la Catarrh II""'. I'atnrrhUurala ;rhify : :yOd. may by the IIeruIy' iuothiiu.i ,
"In filling the vacancies In office tha only) poaltlva euro now known to ohnnHo and that fill,I to pleaM those tor will tell you that tn occasional dose tit'l I'cliii",,,or( ',IIIIr\::: :\ :red I : to prsumit (t"
the recommendations of ha nimllual fratarnuy., CAUMTU 'hnlntf a eon.eStt..Il.l whiiin they Invo.i Tha viilua' of Doctor PlartraFavorite : of Ayers Pills will do such boy a great wlOhlll Iwo year.to lute t Ntthit estilte
the I thlaurlHla I of
prowrlptlon In Womin'Iltr.IIivs 1I1I'1..INII".1
primar toi'' itt OX"OIl'
tllaftaaa, oniKMIIutlmiHl.rpatmanl deal of \'h''k',
i raqtilrva a> good. They keep the liver : 'lo.ld"
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elections trimi.rvoit tha buoyancy bJ'tuat.O.Lye Co., LawMI"0.
are held the larnally actluir directly upon the blooil anilmuooUM g.
filling H.
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and MiiMlatim the M.nyWm9t "
powem. Kxnimtor.
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county nflloes for "orll.lto .
will be the foundation. of the dlH,'AH.. nn,! gte- have o.pr..n.od,t uraittiuta thehalpnml A _ppolMe for Nov.l'I.h. lies,? I) UooVlwi',,.
pain Dr.
referred to the Democratic execu Inv the patIent anviuftb, 1 comfort ulven: by "Kavorlto r Thomai -AT_
thaeooHtltutlun :
by building; up : .r.3i: TONIC.
Kclcotrlo
t live committees of the respective and aHatatlns nature In tlnluic lie tlon" In this tryliiff period. its arenit Oil, strongest, ohcapoar THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE
work. Tba proprietors' bavaw* mnoh, ttith In Maeurallva pn'4lnir but "permanent. Not' a "patentmftillfilna" liniment ever d vlsed. A bouieho'tl Kenner1y'seej Store.M.CdedsheIlsailsie.t
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counties. Whether .
the officers been all lie Ingredient* 1 are IWJIMil O* IMITATION
recommended New .
powara that they offer On. Hundred ; \ .:: : remedy In America. for 25 Rebound! 5
are friends. of mine or Uollara for anvoAMa that U falla to euro- Send pruned un tbo bottlewrapperhainberIaIn's MT M year. II.U.J anti Second. Omv
Ibr II.'of,... 'Id1ol BallaVd"-Sn6w"unlment
belong to the same political is .Umonlal.Add. iook8.
party :Moat Send
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of small W. 1. CH1NIY CO, Toledo,0. list n'1
moment. They should be Cough! Remedy BEST BUTTER In tbe W prl'OII.' Dill stock LOUIS MO.
Hold city. hot-4'i School
sober and by DruguUta prlo.1c1.! I e'i and 8'-imokele
competent, honest. .
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OIlU! IInmUtoll was right when sh" THE he world; that there was joy In the '
the said that It BLUE MOSQUE.If hearts of HI. Hunt FOP "Home.
Offhand there wore creative artists years upon Cold
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Trouoetund never to bo On one occasion De Pachinnnn, the .nd C.ndle. The Broken Bottle }
Brlde'eppllouchore'e Scant any railways on this years: ago. If you are evor In Cairo Symbol.
; continent Dr. Moss of the
It Ever Color oils Tt famous pianist with his nervous and English polar expodltlon Tho
Calls breaking of n bottlo
claim that he broughf would have been nn 'In the and sink Into depression, go to the over the
Impertinence
for Mosque of I Irritable temperament was summoned of 1879/ aud 1870, among other bow of vessel
of Whistler is thus Columbus to have discovered Ibrahim Ag.. "blue mosqne" and see If It docs not at launching seams to
i tbo marriage It Only As to before Alexandra nt odd things, tells of the offuct of colon bo til lien +
shout every appear Queen by
"Life of Whistler:" by the railways could ono v ho vls'lts Homo goes hoes upon you an uplifting moral ef many people" ns having a
in! tho Us magnificent a wax candle which ho burned.
rnrgnlud< to st. I'clcr's Buckingham palace. Ho Immediately coiivhlal,
distances bo so oj-cry one who visits fact And then It 111:0\ on a sort of hcru's-looklng-
you
for Wbis- bridged. ,
I bolle"a 1 Put responsible widow of \ was Charles Carroll Eiiall.y, correct Cairo BOOS! to tho mosque of Moham.I' from It to tho Cinuila el Movaynd, adopted anarchism aa his. political The temperature wEe 83: degrees below you significance, but nothing of the
tho 11Ittndwln
,tlpr'8| mnrrlage to nst survivor of the of farroiltun. tho nU'1111 In tho citadel, a gorgeous bUlldm sometimes called El Ahmar (tho red), faith and obstinately refused to go, zero, and tho doctor must hovo'bOl,>1l kind l Iv mount" : ncliher bus It nny association
tho wauum o and was a renurbnbly Inratlon of signers of the Dec- I' In a ningnliU'ciit, situation, tho In where you will nnd greater glories, : His friends labored with him for hours considerably discouraged. / whoa, upon with Christian baptism, for J
pretty I very tin-owing Independence< when, on terior of which aluays makes mo think I' though no greater fascination, for the and at hist persuaded him not to rom looking at kIN candle, lie discovered the nn mo of u mnn-oM1wnr Is. given ;
ZroeaUlo, and both she and'ho were enrlh for up tho rirst shovelful of of court functions nnd. of tbo of tiles hold their own among nil the roll nu impertinence which would nee that the flame bad all It could do to limn I Us. before tho Inunchlng. Thu rein

ilinrougli! hohcmlans. I was dining I od States tho which grit mil WilY of the Unit- lito rather than vt 1 prayer and, pomp self de wonders of Cairo.-Robert I lie liens In : er be forgiven by tho English;; people. keep warm It was so cold thnt tho thing typified Is sacrifice. Building a
them and some others one sera was Inicnilud< to nial. ha flame could not melt all the wax of the
n lib curry Mora tractive to me U. the Century Finally was dNpatchod in a cab. town or setting u ship nlluut was n solemn
Ins nt L'niTs Court They were oh- and pnssoiiBors Ohio cool rrolsht. (tho Itulilmoio 'blue mosque," to which| ;| I retnriiPd, I Tho night/ wore on to morning, uud caudle, but was farced to eat its way matter iiway back fu the dim past, +
'loU9ly uroatly attracted to enoh othIt ho oxc-lnlinod. "1 consider nunln and< nguln, cored]] nlmoHt the franticwlfo of tha planlge and his down tho. caudle, leaving a sort ofskeleton and such nu act was not to he undertiiUcn !
and In n vaguo sort of way they this event second only to that of the thu fiiHclnuilun of thoI'IIIIl\ ns by The Fran Hals Museum In Ho'fcmd.'!/ friends could< learn nothing of what of the cnndlo. standing., Thcro without devoting a life to pro '
thought' of marrjlng. So I.toolc Ialnlror fee mlopUoii of tho Declaration of Inde Hummer 8ky. bluo of n Old Haarlem solid. up tho shndow of bad bocome of him. At last a forlorn was boat enough, however, to molt ,pltlnld l tho giids. Our refined nnd hu- i y

la bond to brl1" thIngs to u pendence, It second oven to t hll t." This. moxqiio, which Is tlio of Fruim Hals.. Tha museum Is verily a looking cab drove up to"the house,, oddly, shaped boles In tho thin walls of mono civilization no longer dares to

nrni-tlciil )point. That was In 18:8. But Enshmd was llirnhlm Agn, but which Is. mosqiiu, sanctuary to his memory Thero tbo and Do Pacbrnauu 1I''lIIollllted.On'' wax,' and the result was a beautiful offer up n prisoner or a slave on such
-Jimmy" I Bald, "will you marry for abend, of us In railway building In known to list lovers an tho familiarly"bine famous corporation pictures hung. Ono leaving the palace bo hud forgotten! lacellke cylinder< of white, wltU a occasions, and therefore a bottle Is ,

!Ii'll. Godwin tho beginning Even Ilussla got a but mosque." lies to the left of sees the members of tho various guilds where bo lived and could only tell the tongue of yellow flame burning Inside broken to symbolize tlio taking of 11mnn'8 ,
"Certainly," he replied.Mrs. ter start thou wo did. At tho outset Nlmckle street n nil from the n roar In tho fullness of careless life, eating, cabman that It was In n square witha of it and sending out into tbo darkness IItoUnit 8rrrlcebwsttn.
"' [ Godwin," I said "will you we Imported not only our locomotives docs not look specially outside drinking ami merrymaking. Here Hals I church in It. So nil night long bo many streaks of light.

marry) Jllllmy?'" and cars, but also the rails on whlih when I pnssed, through Imltlng.Its door Kvcn: Is seen nt the height of his puu er, The bad beon engaged In making n roundof

"Certainly.) sho replied.Vboa they wpro run und Ibo men to run stood In the comt beyond at llrst I nnd felt splendid color and directness of work tue innumerable squares of London

"\ ?" I asked. them However, John Stevens, Peter< not Its chnrm. All\ ]looked nro a revelation. Every figure Booms
nomo day," snld WhlHtlcr.That Cooper, Evnn Thomas old and alive, and< ono Is convinced they were .
"Oil, : aee
I Matthias UuhlI rough, unkempt and In confusion. Getting an "Old Man. ee .
The .
I said. "We will nil In tho flesh once. This ,
dU must and groat coos
won't others
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changed "
nil this red Holt of [ .
and whlto stripes of tho wnlls nnd ter with "Speaking now men, said the e. e: .
bold stroke of
hi their ono bis brush
hove n Hato"8a various fields< laid tho founda tho nrrhcs of tho nrcndo< tha mean lit boss of the skyscraper builders, with a .
they< both agreed that I should dune of n railway system flu made these men Immortal,, At eighty
which Is to place for ablution pipe and twinkle, "comical,things happen even .
tie day, what church to Come! day In dimensions a row years ho still painted, nnd bis loot picture ,
and of
chooso completeness brass taps. -Iml tho mind from a up hero, the same ns ht a theater.
the ceremony, provldo tha cloreyiiuin far ahead of that I hangs boslde his masterpieces.Haarlem .
tot of
to any other half n I Neapolitan lc>o to n second rate school, Sometimes in rush seasons than aln'tenougD
and Hals will bo associated!
and give tho bride away I dozen countries In tlio world combined, and for n moment I thought of abrupt hands to go round, and we +
Used nn early data \and got tho then Leslie's Weekly. ly rpllrlng and seeking moro splendid} as long as the plnce Insts. One cone have to tako 'eut, green aa the'hI1l8. I
< rile nt tho execution of tha Dutchpnlnterx
chaplain of the house of commons, 111'0..111.. And then I looked across bad one once, a kid from Vermont, a Send Us
whether It be In the brondwork .
thQ Ilcv, :M'' ByriB. to perform tho Making Caricatures. the, court to the nrcndo t 1111 tiny bpyoml of hale or In the miniature finish whale of a kid, n lib bones like a horse

ceremony Tho way In which some artlHts can and I saw tho exquisite "love of the masters. All of and eyes awful anxious to please: Ye
genre them bad
It took place a few days Inter. distort fcnturcs without color" of the that made llko him. He's one
making (hem marvelous tiles that glvo n splendid sense of values eyes you
atmospherennd
After the ceremony was over wo ndJoiirncd 'unrecognisable Is certainly very remarkable. IlilH mosque Its name. human life; a perfect harmony of of the best men I've got now but then Your next Order For !
to Whistler's studio, whero ThOUlllS Nast pONKCHBed The hiiRo plllurs of this nrcndo are relation fills their he was green as God made bljn." The I
tre Imd l |irp|>nrod a banquet. The banquet thin faculty to 1111 extraordinary degree striped and ugly, but liplwppn them (1lnss.l(: ) Rrpnbllcon.p' onnvn.ea.SprlllrIIl'ld ,(iremau stopped to chuckle '' ', ,,
was. 'in tho tnblo, but thero were and ho had, u very iiecullnr ay shone with nn Ini-ITiililp+ looter n wall of 'Go up to the eighteenth floor,' I JOB PRINTING. a '.

no chain So' we sat on packing cases. of. nddlng' new faces to his. mental purple and blin, of purple and blue so Unconquerable. told him ono day 'a n d bring down an .

The happy pair when' left had not photograph gallery. When a fresh strong and jet so delicate that !It held. It was a veteran soldiery that repeopled old loan; I was busy at tbo time, and ,.

quite derided' whether they }\'olll"1:0/ subject would arise In politics]] fgr InBtancc tho eyes and l drew the body fntn nrvl. < tho plantations and the homesteads when I saw the kid stare I sold kind : 'We will please '
Unit arming to Paris or' rom ln In the hu would Invent some pretext If ever color calls. It calls In tho "blue of the south, writes ThomasrlOIR0J1 of sharp.that It that old man wasn't you

studio, to cull upon him at his olllce or hoods inosqnn" of Ibrahim Agn And, when I Page In the Old Dominion, and here in five minutes the whole blamed r
How unpraclk-nt they were was and bolil him !In coincrsallon as long had, rroKNPd the court, when I stood withstood the forces thrown against building would probably I go to smash. ,. not only' in theQUALITY ,

etna when I happened to meet tho us possible, 8tlld'llIg his features besldo I ho pulpit, with Its deliciouswoudpn them during the period of reconstruction. This was just my way of making him .' ': &
brlilo the day beforo the marriage, In When ho toolc his depnrturo he wmildpuiposply 1 folillng ,doors, and studied, the In addition to personal pride, hustle, but be thought I meant it word '
the strait lemo his cane. Onco ont- tllps nf which this woiidprful wall\ Is self reliance and physical for word. He went up on the run, and< '
"Don't forget tomorrow," I Hold, courage, in a fow minutes he came down with
side, Nust 1 : '
would woke composed. fouiul them
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n hasty pencil ns lovely near they possessed also race pride which '
":o1u," sha replied; "I nm just going sketch a sputtering, clawing old feller! hold work
on n cord nnd would usually 'us they are lovely fur nit From n dls- Is Inestimable In n great popular struggle. of
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to got/ my b'ouxnenu. god that Ills memory was ilcUclcut as tones they rescmblo n nnturo effect, like. a vise In his arms. ,
"A llltlo Into for that, la It not?" I 'He was the only old man on the
to some detail tie would then return.OKteimlbly are almost like n bit of southern son However beaten and broken
llskPll..No. they floor,' said the kid, 'and ho wanted to : but in
for the cnue, and another or of sky. n fragment of gleaming were, the people came ont of the war
"-: ," she answered, "for I nm only look the Mi'dltprriinonn stop and argue about it, but from .'
nt tlctlra would ennble him ecru through the pillars with their spirit unquenched and a belief ':
going to buy a new toothbrush and anew to lol'foet' bin. sketch After thnt he of n loggia or of SN'llInn blue watching thnt they were unconquerable.. what you said I knew what It meant' the PRICE. d
as one ought to have new so I just grabbed him and came. ,
sponge had tho uiuu tore vcr. When Joe Kcp- over rum In the long summer days. A story used to be told of nn old "You see," the foreman added kind,
ones n lieu one marrlea"Unkind. pier was alive he used< to nmUo froquviit When ono Is close to them they are Confederate soldier who was trudging :
trips to Washington for tho a mlraclo of art The background, of homo after Iy, noting my puzzled expression, "an '' '
purpose the war, broken and ragged old min happens to be the name of a Try and be convinced
us '
of seeing statesmen whom he them IN a milky white upon which, I Is and worn. He'was asked what he tool we use."-Everybody's Mngnzlno.Snakea ;
.My dear '' exclaimed a young bride, wanted} to draw lla was very clever nn clnborntc pattern of purple and would do if tbo Yankees got after him
"my liiiHbuml' writes so beautifully! at catching likenesses and scarcely liluc, goncrnlly ronvpntlonnl nnd rep when be reached home. :'

Von renlh 'might to ere some\ of his o\'er referred to a photograph. roBcnlnlUo of no known object, but "Oh, they ain't goln' to troublo me," Changed Into Rode .. News JobDepartment : ,
line letters'!'" "Yes" ,, dear, I know," oi-cnslonnlly showing lull trees somo- he said. "If they do I'll just whip 'em The Egyptlua cobra Is. not unlike Us i Ir
iMiDllic inkliid' retort. "I hnvcn drawer Siam'i WalghU and Moasur abut roscnibllng cypresses. But It lalinpoHslblo again. Asiatic relatlvo except In respect of I +I

full it" them at home\ !"-:Manchester[ In Slum the liquid' measure used} Is ) In words adequately< to do- tho absence of tho curious spectacle- .
Gunnllnn derived from a cotiinuut shell which Iscapnble srrlbo tho effect! of thenc tiles Holt of Crazy. like mark which distinguishes tho latter .. r,
of holding 830: tamarind seeds tho tilos thnt lino to the very roof tho "1Ye find tho prisoner not guilty by Although it Is the most poisonous.

Qanlui. and twenty of these units equal' the tomb house on the right of tho court. reason of tu8 nlty." reptile known to inhabit northern Africa Palatka Fla.
'la genius renlly the capacity tor capacity of a wooden< bucket In dry They are llko n cry of ecstasy going "But the plea was not that of Insanity It Is the favorite among the snake .

Inking pains?" measure 830: tamarind/ seeds. make one up) In this otherwise not very beautiful ," remarked the court. charmers Theso conjurers know bow .a :
'No,1' answered the poet. "Genius "k'anahn," cold twenty-live "k'anohn" I mosque. They make It unforgettable "That's just tbo point we made," re- to render this serpent rigidly unconscious +

Is the capacity for going without entIng..I.oIl18'llIe make ono "sat," or bamboo basket; ; they draw you back to It again joined the foreman. "We decided that by pressing tha nape of Its neck i'

Courier-Journal. eighty "sat" make one "kn leu," or | and< yet again. On the darkest day of any man woo didn't have sense enoughto with a finger This act appears to .
winter they set something of summer know that an Insanity plea was the throw the reptile Into in e ae ae e .
cart. This Is nn example of the prlm- I catalepsy,
There's nothing but that's bearable lure oilgln of most units of weight I I thero. In the snddest< moment they proper caper must be crazy."-Philadelphia which it us stIX as an iron rod. I as . ea .
proclnlmthp. feet, _that theroJs Ledger.
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Saturday January 9th ering the goods at an actual loss and can't afford to charge them
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COMPANY'S You do not have to go away from home
Skinned
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to Saturday or'any other city skinned a mile. Wo ore always below
others in price and the quality Is often better.

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Thousands of wonderful bargains that cannot here be told

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January; 23d, 1909. Merryday Block, PALATKA, FLORIDAHTo wants-'-Many at this a html BIG' earned SALE.These dol o-' n be saved by supplying your I



Ladies' and Misses' CoatsYou -- Prices DazzleCompetition. II


may Imvo heard of buying Gnats at a bargain but we .
challenge comparison for this sale. We are as determined as ,
can be to make an absolute clearance of every coot In our Store. There are SlaiJes that everybody know and we always
Every Coat Is strictly up-to-the-minute In Style. Our only excuse challenge competition\ on them.
Is too many for this season of the year so out they go. /U best C.rada? Fancy Calicoes till new patterns some have .
Long Coals actually worth $5. Cleiirunue Sale price. $2.08 the new Bide bands. . . . . . .'. 01
Long and Short Coats bent $6 values this sale. 3.1)8 Genuine Amoskeng Apron Checks you pay 8c anywhere. 5.
$7.50 and $8.00 Long Coats this sale 4.98 A good Apron Check sold by many for Aqt oakeeg, at.. 4i <
$10.00 Long Coats very pretty '. 8.98 Ammkeag Dress Gingham; plain and fancy, this sole.. Oi
$12.00 Long Coats 7.98 You pay 12 iyc for th" se goods.!
$15 and $IK Long Coats these are beauties . 0.08 Largo assortment of Beoiiful Scotch Cloth 33 Inches wide
$25 Long! Coots very fine and stylish some beautiful *4rt':" n beauty for 15c>. this sale . . . I0
evening coats in this lot this sale . . . 14.00 You must not fail to see these.
Our $33 Long Coats go at. . . . 10.50 3 -lnch Finn Linenc ISc value . ." -.. . 10,
$12.50 Opera| Capes; they are baautles. and .fully worth 38-inch nameless Indian Head 15c value . .. 10.
$15.()(). Clearance Sale prli-J 8.98 38-inch Auto Cloth . . . . . Ilji; ,
$12.50 Silk Ruin Coats this sale . . 8.90 :30-inch Cnllntcn Cloth 20c value 12 <
$20.00 Silk Rain Quits this stile . 14.50 Amoskeag Outings In plain and fancy the kind others sell
Cruvcnctte Rain Coats. $9.00 values, this sale . 3.08 lit 12'"c. Clearance Sale price . ,.. . 1\,
The ISc quality at . . . . 10
SkirtsYou Fine Shirting Stripe Gingham regular lOc values at 7Hosiery <


never had such bargains in Skirts as we give you dur- I
ing this snle Our stuck Is varied and complete and not one of i t at Big SavingLook
them but what is good all the year round but In this sain they / '
have to go like everything else at a Bargain price. All the very \ / up you Hosiery needs and get your supply at this Bl
latest styles. Sale and save at least one-quarter. Come and see the great'
$4.00 Fine Panama Skirts Clearance Stile price . $2.98 bargains in this line. They are going at a great sacrifice. Bit
$5.00 Voile Skirts Satin folds, well worth $6 this sale 3.08 gar and better line than ever to select from.
$5.00 Invisible Stripe Panama very pretty this sale 3.08 50 doz. Misses and Childrens Fine ribbed Hose our regular
One lot Fancy Wool Skirts, worth $4 and $5 sale price 2.98 25o goods Clearance Sale price... ,. . . lit..
$9.00 Voile Skirts an elegant Skirt, this sale . 8.90 : Ouir- Many Friends : Boys Heavy I Ribbed Hose regular 15c quality this solo. 10,
$15.00 Voile Skirts none prettier made . 11.00 Ladies Fine Gauge Lisle Hose the best 25c Hose mode. lili
All our Best SOc Hose go at .. . . . . . ;II!).
After one of the most successful seasons in our business career, we find Some few special 3 pairs for. . . . .... . $1 Lrt) >

Bleached Muslin SheetingHere ourselves with a great many odds and ends of seasonable merchandise that we

is where we have everything skinned four blocks. intend to close out in this sale. We have put a deep cut price on all these goodsto Housekeepers, Attention !

Everybody knows the leading brands In muslins. make a sure and certain clearance. We make it a positive rule not to carry
Your Is for In >
No one will offer you such bargains.We opportunity right now buying Bargains Tnb
challenge comparison: goods over from season to season. We forget all about profits when we make Linens We have cut the price DEEP on these staple goods

Fruit of the Loom. Hill and Lonsdale Bleaching all 36-Inch Re these deep price concessions. We have changed the appearance entirely of our The qualities are excellent and the patterns varied W

A good Blenching, regulnr lOc goods, this sale . . 70 store, and got plan price tickets on every article.It want with you a to new be sure cover.and see these as your table- is always prettier
Fair quality Blenching :lie-inch, regular 7c goods this sale 5c
27-inch Fine soft Bleaching . . . 4)tc will certainly pay the most economical buyer to come many miles to 58-inch Bleached and Red Damask sale price I III!
Fine Cambric. Lonsdnle make no better sold at 12'uc everywhere take of these low 65-inch Fine Table Damask regular 65c goods this sale I I.f
this sale . . . Oc advantage clearing-out prices. If you have already bought for 72-inch all Linen and fine mercerized our 75c quality for it)
Berkley Coronet Cambric, our last 12t'uc quality at . lOc this season, you can afford to buy some of these and lay them aside for the next 72-inch very Fine Linen Damask our $1.25 quality at 08
Berkley No. 60 Cambric value 15c this sale . HJc 72-Inch extra Fino $1.50 grade at . . J.II)!
Genuine Lonsdule . . . . . llje season.We Good size Napkins $1.00 value . .. . .. 711!
0-4 Brown Sheeting good quality worth 22c . . 17c confidently expect this sale will eclipse all our former efforts, as never Larger sire Linen nnd Mercerized $1.23 values this sole 08,
9.4 Peppercll Bleached Sheeting worth 30c. this sale . 25c before have cut Fine all Linen $1.50 quality at . . . 1 J.J4
36-inch! Sea Island, this sale . . 4Jc we prices so general as now. Be sure to tell your friends about Good size Fancy Damask Cotton Napkins ready hemmed
SB-inch Sea Island 7c value this sale . . . Sc this sale, and bring all the family on the opening day. value 65c. this sale . . . . .e. . .IK
:19-inch Fine Sea island Be value . . . Oc


Lace and Embroidery Notions at Little PricesThe

saving in NOTIONS alone at this sole will amply rep ,
During this sale we are going to (five you some of the ,
for the time the
you spent at sole. We sell you the comm
Greatest Bargainsyou every-day price. wants in little' things for about .one-half the usu I

have ever heard of In this line. We bought about $2,000 Best 5c Pearl Buttons . . . . .. .
worth of Fine Embroideries while they were at the lowest price. Plain and Fancy Pearl Buttons values up to 15c. . .
Every piece new and the very latest patterns and we proposeto Best 5c Brass Pins .. . . . .... . . .
use this lot as 11 special leader during this snle. They nre Coat's Darning Cotton.. . . . . . . _,
t going like we bought them: AT A DIG BARGAIN You can't f Coat's Silk Finish Crochet Cotton. ... . . . !>
afford to miss such an opportunity to save at least 40 to 50 percent Ft 4 f Perl Lusta or Royal Society Embroidery Floss. .. .. . :i ,
! D. M. C. Embroidery Floss per doz. 15c, each . II
Good Safety Pins per doz. . . . . . . >,
Dress Goods SacrificedNever 100 yds. Spool Silk . . . . . .. . H..
Shetland Floss per .keln. . . . . 7;
Menen's Talcum Powder sells at 2Sc everywhere this sale 12i,
before hove you had such an opportunity to get desirable -
Dress Goods at such prices. You never "before hod such
Genuine Bargains as we offer you in this sulo. Some go at less
than half price. Knit UnderwearFor

You Can't Afford to Miss This. Women
and Children.Heavy .
5,000 yds Plaid Suitings, regular\ 25c goods sale price lOc
35c and 4c Wool Dress goods go at . . 22c and medium weights in all kinds and qualities. You
50c and BOc Suitings in all desirable shades sale price 39c IAJei i sts \A7eiists have many months to get the benefit of wear on these garments.
Panama Serges Cheviots etc. 75c values this sale SiJc and the deep cut In the price on this line will enable you to get
'50-inch Broadcloth all the newest shades. $1.23 values 70c in a good supply. They must be sold if price cutting will do II

45-inch Urillluntine and Serges. $1.25 values this Bale IWo Children; Undershirts 15c and 18o values this sale. .. 10,
I We have one of the prettiest line of Waists ever shown in East Florida. Ladies. Misses' and Children's Undershirts Pants to match.

All the new Nets, Silks, and Madras Waists, all the very our best 25c values at . . . .". . 19.
Bed Spreads at a BargainOur latest styles. These are all the All SOc values (Pants to match) go at.- . 39i65o ,
good year round values, this sale . . . . . ,. . 48'
. entire stock of spreads are reduced for this sale. A but they go like the rest of the goods, All others In proportion. .
, Having to you of at least 25 per cent. at a Big Cut in Price. Don't
t At 59c you get our 75c Spread. Really worth 000.I .
I At 79c you get our best $1 Spread. Many sell them at $1.25. fail to see them. Towels For Little Money
At OHc we give you a fine. large Fringed or Plain Spread
that is a bnrguin at $1.25.At Never
$1 II\J you get the best $1.50 Spread ever bought. Towels before have WI been able to offer such .bargains in'
At $1.48 we give you a beautiful $2.00 Spread.A and some 110 ot Just holt their actual volua.
few up to $4.00 will go in proportion.Handkerchiefs. Blankets Comforts Trimmings, etc. must This be reduced.is a Clearance sole' and everything lloes. The stock

Very CheapWe Small! Towels regular So values at .. 3Ji
... .Wehve.a big! assortment of Bund Trimmings Braids. EII- Regular lOc Huck Towels !SiVol I
always carry a nice line of Comforts and Blankets. be closed out at about one-half-many of them Huck and ; ;: :
Towels "
at ono. l Tlrki.8i! very fine and iWe' We
We do not Intend to carry over a single one if a real Bargain quarter their value. Don't fail to look over this lino They e Turkish
Towels
.
ore 2Soyn Wbl regular 20o values. 121'rw"
Acre is where you get something for almost nothing. price will clear them out: Some.' cheap It will' Pay you to Put 'in a supply' for days to ? Fine Linen; "tick Damask and Turkish Bath
Come and get your suply early us they wont last long at the price. Blankets worth from 75c pair up will be closed out at 40c extra large Clearance Sale price. . . 19 to 2k
50 doz Childrens White Hemmed Handkerchiefs, Sc values pair and UII.Comforts.
this sale . . . 2c in proportion. They are going at Great Bargains.
" 50 doz Ladies Plain! and Cross Bar some are all Pure Linen
worth lOc. this. sale . . 4c Muslin Under GarmentsAt Sheets and Pillow CasesYou Flannelette Kimona

You eon't afford to miss Those' ore the comforts f the house and you should get one
Coat's Thread 4C a Spool. Prices 'Eclipsing All Past Record Sales.We worth more at the mill today such; bnrllalns. They are actually cost while of they the are material going ot such low prices. They are your. at the

hand and ?? Bleached Sheets (seamed) SOu value . .
have a big assortment on we are going to 3nn 6Sc
During this sale we are going to give you Coat's Thread at murk them so they will go. You will have to see this line to Bleached Sheets (seamed) . .. Short Kimonos . 39
$1.00
4. Spool but will have to limit each customer to 1 dozen 81x90 Mohawk Sheets 83e value So Short Kimonas .
per per will none better . 69c
to
not
their value so we attempt quote prices ' "
day Come day and get 1 dozen if like. appreciate 42x36 Pillow Casses 12 X values ? > 125 Short ana Long Kimonas . 1 1
every you but can depend on it that they will cost you no more than I 1.50 .. at .. ... . 79c
Not more than 1 dozen to a.customer per day at this price. the material you worth. 42x36 Mohawk Cases none better. Sale price" . Jj 1.73 ** : ... ftHi*
Long and Short . . .. . .fin.-
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L : t0Saturday we will give you 200 votes


for every Dollar spent withus
Night
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or two votes for every

January 23d
AL
cent. This offer lasts dur-


1909. -- -- ing Sale. '

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Crescent .. to with engage his f.' FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

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( ohargo. 'l'he I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st 1908 .::'
lur1:.:. :;:,c ft party of 18 "My Sister"writes I .
Young No. lID z. :25 1 '
For Holiday ,, be for charter at .. DAflLY DAlLY MAIN LINE DAILY Mo 78 J DAILY 24o. 98

Do.ombo. I points on the ,

lit.. .. '.. I or to Palatka I 1110 JIm 0 20 am I.v.........................lnoklKJllvlllo., ....................... A, 725
Shoppers.We 27. I Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., "tooE 8 na pm 10 85 use' 4r..................... ,..HI. AIII/U.II'o., ................. I.v 8 10 pm S 48 am
UII.. .' ..,. For terms, 7 85 pin 1145 am Iv.. .....................III'I 1ni.Utu..I.v, .jon 7 so am

have an especially SI 81.!. 'w' ".."..." i owner. my advice with, which was, to take Cardui. She was i S 2t is, pm pin: tJ pm pin: t:1;:::::::::::::::::::::: : ,',,. ::::'.::::':::::::::::;:;::;;;',t :601..m 01 ni pm.pin: :112e 44 50 am cm am ,,,

flno display of high Grade 1. Frl "v." si' 1s making dui staying me and was in terrible misery, but Car- it 10 is 10 pin pm: : 29 20 I Ii,:: I: :;::::;::::::::::':::'::':::'..' '\ t,Setyrna.' \ ...:":::';;::':'::':::::::;:;i.e; mi ao tan : it: am i..

in.Doxes. nn helped her at once. 1200 nt 4 JA pm Lv............._................,.. ".,,"....................... .........I.Y )282 maui 162 am
Stationery appropri 12 CH am 410 m" Lv...... ..............!\.1I'klo'l.o..........................I.v 12 I'M pm 140 em .
twanry-llfth 1211em 4 no t'i". I.v .........................ft> nitihlu..1.' rom ern ..
Together with a choice - U 40 an, 600 pa' ............................ '. >ollr., ............................ ..,I.v II 11.U. ant 114 108 em
."" ""' :: and 8 60 am 700 pili Iv..,...................... 1'1. 1.0.' ............................. Lv 9 M.rn ama 11 16 am pm .
i lot Of 6 no am 901 pm M... "... ............ .Wc-II'olln, .iieeii..I.v .
building. 6 Sf1 em 1040..pm. Lv,,..,................ ....II. 1.ou.ir> "lIIlo..I.v. 7 Re a'lI 9 U4 pm
Perfumes.There and Monday, 78n an' II 4G tm'n Ar... .. .........................)lltll. I. ... ..........................Ln 6 00 60 ama om 6 7 !21 III pam
also i The first TAKE CARD 31 t1000 am .761> .m Lv....................... ..mallll...... ... ..... .. ..Ar on 10 Illn 19 00 prn pm .
are many aer- tU 00 aa .10 00 am Ar..I.v"' "'llO 200 I
other articles euitabla for ."Mrs." ""O.' chbrch on Sun- : f800 pm .Ar..ituiimiita 1.o7 Vock....... .. .........L.............pm.......1000. am pm I..

the Christmas season Lnlicee Rev. J. K. .Dally except unela,.. Hi"i'lny nn,\Vcdnonlayii' ;. Only; '--- -'j'f.I.;; ;a and Frldn,. only
and fist
for pastor
headquarters

We are and Smokers'ArUclee. Rev. Mr. J30 t _ I'ALAIKA BRANCH-.- .- _ ._ C,
Cigars Miss A at the coming It Will Help You Leave Kul EAST PALAtAyO Arrive Leave :I'ALA'fKA 1'0 EAST Arrl..eEut

here for preach the Palatka PAL4TKA P"ln'kll' I "allltkil I'AIA'rICA Palalkaa

Big Assortment of Lulu \ \ Sunday morn- 'Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "I was 80 am ...Ito 46 Dnlly........... 6 DO am 6 M nm No. 47 15 am
Post Card Rev. E P. Hut- in a rack of pain. The doctor 025 om 48 48 n",,. SUO"... No. 00 20 arn
did
Florida Mr. no good so I began .
92 am 00 4. om, IL In um .. 1.1 8n

Pictures. of historical ad to take Cardui. The first dose helped me. Now IaIR 11 4 05 60 ala plo ..No.. 14 54 lailiy..C. ft iI. mit Im 4110 2/IU, ,,m'ni I'm. ..\" .. in M flaiiy..S. 60 iij am pm

day and a church in better health than in three 006 pm, mimi 'All .p... 70111"" :'00. h7 .. 211 pm prn

Lounds Drug Co. Mis. will expected be held that at i Every girl and woman needs years.Cardui, to cure 7 86 p1,1 ; be 65 pm. .S O'J Inn .. GO 20 pin ,


Crescent City. daughter wIll be pres irregularity, falling feelings, headache, backache and _ _ SAN MATliO- '-BHANCII----- .
son v lIle, or more of the similar female troubles. Cardui is safe reliable L.llve Mao EAST PALATIA TO1rlv SO",' 1.011.0 SAN MAl'JW 1'0 KAST ArrlveE,
some Palalka BAN MATEO Milleo lu''O I'AI.ATKA Palalka
who cannot' scientific. Cardui.

-- Mr. Invited to send Try .80 em 40 Dimy......... 800 ,uU 000 nm 1.1"....... No. 00 Th.ity........... 20 .m \
WWIN\oI".wvjjjWW\ W left this \ greeting to be "' AT ALL DRUG STORES 816 pm 68 Daily..5 00 ..n. L II D 4U 1.10 I......... 1\0. M Dully...........9 hO pm

: M H READ they will of the church -i'' : No.'; No.' 17 -- No 18 No. 20 No.1JI '
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and 111'0. OR \:ICII I
Invited 0i.
to at oniy Daliy Daily Dully Ru. only Dally


I REAL ESTATE. charge of !200 pm 0 10pm 0 00 am I.v....... ........Jllrl..r'\.lIIo. .... ......, .\r 7 UJ am 12 ro pm 6 80 pm
Hon. WELAKA NOTES. 240 pm e 60 pm D 40 sin I.............., 1'"I.ln 1I..h..J.. 7011 toni 1160 460 '
LAKE COMO. !2 00 0 M ........... ,, ... am pm
, Northal M. pm pIn .4n am l.v. .AlI"n"" 1I''h.' ....,,lv 700 nln 140 am 440 '
Crescent City, Fla. ) Ritch. -- 800 pm, 710 pm 1000( sin Ar................. .2almt} ... .. .............Lv 606 ,iou, It 80 am 4 tO pin pin '
I recent I Portcheater Bishop> E. O. Weed held services Mr. and Mrs. James Manchesterhave _

I Grove /it the Episcopal church Sunday, the returned from their In the .... Do" H.. 1 D.II, .. D.III" n..I1.. .
The Howe property-"Cres- of Oov. home in services being; well attended.Mr. southern part of the state trip and tire ... .......; ... ...... Or.uHCIt. D..n.h.n. I......,:.:: ..ud"lt'' ... .."..11.... Snfud n....b .a."..,......lIp.., :
cent Hill' -Is now on the mar- hour last Mon the Colt residence. .
i and !Mrs. R S. Paine of Nashua again occupying
Mr. and !! failure. !2 40 pm BOO am Lv. If... .m.a A. 1 DO 640 it 00 l.v..TUlluvlllo..
ket. spent !Sunday! In town with pm pm nm Ar. 12 80 pm
Mr. F. Wheeler of Montclair NewJersey S 25 11 no am Lo..N.L.u.lo..I... 1 uo I 5 lIt
pm 0 ('0
I Inn pm 8m Ar..S""rord..Lv. 9 80
I Particular attention rfiven to sonvllle been well for frlen'Ja. has arrived and la a guest: at 886 pm It 80 am '......0'.... cu.v. 12 M i" 4 10 Im .... am
1140am ..r..O..... CII, ... 12 00 ,. .. 4
listed Crescent he the House 840pm I'm I 4ommn .. ..
I Crescent City property was up This warm weather we are having Highland He was accompanied .. .
with week for ; nnd wits In his la fine, but it la causing some worry by his daughter. = -
i me. CUNNKc'nONS M"OK "r SNiCIII is mi.ynocii< coat KLtVWi'vr" ANI> HAVANA.
will be condition In this section, because It Is bringingout Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carson, and !Mr. _
the blossoms on the another ""TO.. TIMS TABLES thaw Ibm Mm. mt wltUh' ''''''n. may I.. .xpvctcd to .rrlv, and f.ri." fn>m the
I orange and !Mrs. Wav were visitors at I Bt. ...... ,.. ., ,. ..,
He .
The retired at : l (dona but "lr arrival' or tic. In r" ii lime c I )I. not miurunlwud, nor do.. th i Gompanr
fruit trees. Some of the peach Augustine recently. They had a delightful hold tt..lt te.po.lbI.' tor any delay, or any
! A. J:. Spen.oer: : Williams evening, and trees cold have small peaches on thorn trip. POR COPY OF TUB LOCAL TIME CARD OR 0 I"KI1 INFORMATION. SfcK 1IIB TICKET AC IS NT.-
lIe woke a will cause consIderable
snap -
the past Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sullivan, Miss I. D. RAHNBR. AiiUtaal Gonoril .'...anger A..nl ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
unless
damage it
comes pretty
of Ills fit in t-
! Dentist. expected soon. Sue Carson, and Mrs. A. E. Gable of I .
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guests of and asked for Macon, attended the New Year's - --
---- back, gasped Those registered at the Welaka party at Pomona Hall given by Mr. ,
OfflM.t Bealilonco on 4>K peol Street.rrenoentCltT. H utch Hotel this week are J. F. Drawer, and Mrs. Clias. Plplar. Over sixty

Florida Miss Palatka; F. F. Bell and family people were present and a most deIhghtfulevenlug -
Mr. and time was Mrs Rosemary, S. C.; Mrs. Helen M11U was spoilt in playing McCORMICK HUBBS & CO. ;
Mrs. Esther Van ICIeeck Boston, Mass.; F. H. amusing After which ,
many games.:
St. Johns River by Daylight. of the Mr. W. It. Sweet, Jacksonville; Alfred North recitation was given by C. O. Sulli .
tel and wife Michigan ; Mr. and Mrs. F. van. At o'clock the cuitalns on Commission Merchants.

The Beach & Miller Line of the U Cochrane Fred and Morris Coch- the stage were drawn back, displaying -
for ship rane and Miss Madge Smith. Louis
three tables
large beautifullytrimmed
Steamer CUESCHNT.inckKOnvllleou OIl W home by Un- Roslgnol, Palatka; Mrs. H, M. Dow, In decorations of red and Tomatoes I PineApples

Miss was taken Satsuma. green and laden with delicious

-aLMV,1 KUrst of by all Misses Evelyn Morton, Viola and sandwiches, all kinds of cakes and and Early i OrangesVegetables
J Tuesdays:Thuradnys Nettle McLeod, Messrs. S. J. and collee. After refreshments were
ing n here. I Short
I tat Satnrdnyi it 8:SO a. m. for Oreen. cove : Uuir McLeod Crlll WIlII/ll118snd Edwin served, dancing was indulged in until Fruit
! Pilitkt, Cre ceut City and principal Way Miss Doss conducted at Dullowattended a New Year's 12W.:! At midnight Mr. and Mrs : Grape ,

II ,..din,., In the forenoon by lance at Nashua lastThursday even Piplar wished all a very happy New

, Rclumloll.lo.v..C..oen'ol&yon Wednei1 latter the Presbyte Year. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Plplar 279 Washington St. IMew York. '
Ing.Mr. and Miss Ethel Smith furnished the
1 hi.,Pridly,and Mouduy at 0.00. m. year. and Mrs. John Dallow entertained muslo for dancing, which was greatly

'; jMluonylll wharf Jootol Laura Street.NepIioneO2 Mr. his 85th year Bishop Weed at their handsome enjoyed. Mr. and !Mrs. Plplar area
home on Palmetto street Sunday charming couple. and makean
young
Brooklyn few weeks has
1! Ptlitta waarr not nf L mon ntr_t.. and and Monday.W. Ideal host and hostess. At 12HO:/
--- popular : body. Williams Is pushing the all left for their respective homes
I Low
' Grove happy dispo extending kindest wishes to Mr. and Holiday Rates
I E. T. CLAKK Traillc, Mniiagcr, work on our hard road between We-
home. of his home. laka and Pomona. When finished Mrs. Piplar for many more happy
I' Jucksonvllle. Fill.i two at Ie winter home Welaka will have twelve miles of New Year's. It was the most delightful I To All Pofnts via
good hard road leading out of town. party given In this' section,

i, Crescent City Transfer Co., points Henry in )' many surrounded on years South The have Welaka a nine galvanized town council iron Is goingto tank for many numberof yearsA friends surprised! MIss Atlantic Coast Line R. R.

, to assume put up on a tower forty feet high at Cleo Monjar on Saturday evening. I
Uwta all trains at descent. City Junction. and by members of the intersection of- Elm and Front A delightful evening was spent In

Night trains by appointment. which he n'Q will be great- streets which will be kept full of playing all the old time games.

fresh water for drinking or Ore pur- Maurice Blood Is nursing! n sore Tickets on sale Dec7 18th, 19th, 23d, 24th 25th, 80th,
II ,
B. M. LABEEE. Manager poses. They will also have a cement flnger, injuring it quite severely.Mr. .
for
many 31st 1908 and Jan. 1st 1909. Return limit until Jan.
with I good
-- ---- days 1 watering trough built and cement and Mrs. Horace Prior of ,
blue
but later stone gutter along Front street from Palmetto I Jacksonville who formerly lived 6th, 1909.

I B. B HARRIS will move i Conn., where to Elm street and thence down I here and still own a beautiful home
Pullman Cars All
I quarries Elm street to the river. and large orange groves, have been on Trains.'I'I

II I Barber Mrs. been con- The Mineral Water Go's Casino visiting their old home here for sev-
Mass., owned val- has Just had a coat of paint which eral days. Mr. Prior has been herea
: CRESCENT;: CITY. pleasantly here. Improves the building very much. number of times but this Is !\I rs.Prlor's For detailed information, rates, schedules, reservations, ; I
I property first visit In four and
, -- her at several Miss Annie Morton has had her her hosts of friends were Indeed years delighted see your nearest ticket agent, call' on or write to

I Aclean shop nnd, a clean, satltifao- He Is cottage on Third ave painted white to see her. They left Monday
tory Bhavp and Hair Cut KiKtranteecl. H. ind trimmed in green which Improves for Jacksonville. A. W. Fritot Frank C. Boylston
I .:Trme. If. one daughter the place very much.Welaka ,
_
Miss E. Services were held In the M. E
1 two sons, Mr. is sadly In need of a telephone church Sunday morning. Alfred Division Passenger Agent. Truv. Passenger Agent ;

1I I L L. A. Ballard Estate will spend Mr. Silas D. line to connect with Palatka; Yeardley led the Kpworth: League ATLANTIC COAST LINE:; Jacksonville. Fla. .
Hon. he Palatka telephone people have meeting In the evening.
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for the
bOPII promising to put one in
been be closed for Rev. J. H. Davis left to

Grove Lois For Sale.Grove season Is possible that last do year not hold but somehow good.: their promises attend the conference. Tuesday MAL6nvdoMPI.A:! ; :Ti : .T. ClA., C

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young family may/ Mr and Mrs. J. Wesley Edmonds ,
Lott. ;JO and 72 with 5-room nieces to wind up the nf Arlington N. J., came over from A Wonderful Bird. '
Cottage (inn) bnarlnft orange trees Atlanta grove. 'omonii on Monday and spent the One day a wonderful bird tapped at COMPLETE LINE 01: J MODERN> UBTO-DATC MACHINERY.
with over Oim. boxen of fruit 1 uow on- tiny with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Clark. the window of Mrs. Xansen's (wife of GrTaaEfiTrrv4LLsAvf'youMoNE': ( *

10 seres will be, sold at a bnrxaln. Irene Hutchinson i Dr. A. D. Williams of Jacksonville the famous arctic explorer) home at We'HAVErweBesT: "PORTABLE SAW MILUDUTFlTs'oM'TrlEfMARKET .. ,

Wove Lot ,ill and 70, 10 acres name of the season's la in town on buHinesx connected Chrlstlanla. Instantly the window was ; ANDVAT5ICI, fC SSl .,'eBV'Oua _
'. sbove without blllldlnl, tins about Major of their with the Welaka Mineral Water Co. opened, and In another moment she OTHER MPCaiHERy' I IN STOCK 4;:: -.. If'

110) boxeR of fruit.Bolliabov. (_ npt. L. / Dr. J. E. Neely of Lexington, Ky., covered the little messenger with 'WE!: ALSO CAKRV SAWS OF ALL KINDS .\>if.. ,
pent Monday here; he went out on CLTINCi.<0 rrtlLL. SUPPLIES. :\ ;
.. kisses and The carrier
lOsers Lake sign Paul caresses pigeon -
groves are the river for. few hours during the SEND rod CATALOC-UE; ANT I'I\ "
only Lowent water, fronts, and about the guests at afternoon and caught' : a fine string of bad been away from the cottage TESTIMONIALS, WC HAVE ONE 1'I.A Ij.it:1: .)
nvallahlf water front to be had. week. \ trout. thirty long months but It had not forgotten OF BUSINESS ONLY' AND THAT 19 AT "
Ar. In town Itmft,. Either grove of this place the way home. It brought a A50'4AVDRESS. I ..

uud.r prop..i cultivation will Boon ollleer of Peale of Would Let Folks Know It. note from Nansen, stating that all was A 'O& AI. CARD WLLnIiIHa0eRaA5SMA5ThC' \QX.z:.::
produce 2MI(){ ) or more boxes. Will Southern married In well with him and his ,
"mold Homebody:! sent this to the society going expedition Oo C.UI1III.NTU1111.1. PROTec.T YOU. .;. .., '
nt a ;::
bargain. Is the evening editor and made affidavit that It really In the nnlnp- roirlon. Nnnfian hnrl fnAt..n.d ,
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Also grove Lots 88(\. 107. 108 145 and Army Jesse Bow happened. n message t" theWdndt;; ; ;d it -

It stile olltl.fur Tin-Be arc wood lots suit party / tho Snyder Here It Is: They were out at an afternoon loose. 'rho frail courier darted out Too MUCH FACE M U aM ; ; "

peach or orange grove: lands. card pnrty. A stout woman Into tbe bllzzardly air. It flew like an
Mr. Episcopal You feel as If you had one face too runny
Also 10 nine* at Pomona, described have dropped a card to the floor. "Would arrow over a thousand miles of frozen when you have Neuralgia don't you? Grove Hall

!H i3)* olll'*- '"r lot one, Rec. Si, town- to you DO so kind as to pick up that card waste and then sped forward over another Dave tho face, ;you may nei'd It; but get ,
''Ip U, rllllKI 27. more at ; came for me?" she inquired of the little woman thousand miles of ocean and rid of the Neuralgia by applying tful- !::: Crescent City's popular hotel,

These| lire bargains tot nesdilY ( day. but at her right. plains and forests and one morning lard's Snnw Liniment. Finest thing In (M renovated, clean nud airy. Is rJ
'fl. Apply to qnlok buynatthew lower left for New "Certainly" said the accommodating entered the window of the waiting the world for rheumatism neuralgia !1'l:: again open for the season. under fl

Wells woman at the right picking; up the mistress and delivered the message burns outs scalds lame back and all ::1 the management of WAI. C. f'7M
of attain card. which she bad been awaiting so anx pains Bold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug :NORTON. P1
rare
of fishing
H. Read Co. !::: In the midst of the bent or-
probably manners. She "You:: see," explained the stout woman lously. _ .i antre growing section of }o'iorlrJ

Real Estate a few I ) late Chaa. S. apologetically "I've got on a Trouble Making. "' da. Flue boating, flailing and tJ
The Shlllalah.
brand new fifty dollar corset, and I'm : bird Bhootlnir. Beautiful views
ala-
Crescent time for ., and n Trouble making in an older Industrythan The ihlllnluli owes its name to tho 1.1
City Florida. afraid I'll strain It It I lean over. :1 of Crescent Lake from hotel IJ
York the well- "Hum! commented the ether woman the manufacture of steel. Cain fact that the fluent ni>cclmetis thereof :"I l verandna. Handy to steam 1.1

Iris 0, York city. enviously. "H I bad a fifty dollar the trouble. maker, got Into action before used to bo grown lu the plunsant bont landing; Hoard by week ::i

Order For Publication.Momilnlnnnl \ of the largest corset I'd wear It on the outside. Tubal Cain the Ironworker and grove of trees that formerly flourlnh- and month at reasonable rare*. B
lnt new Eve Adam Into hot water long be- Caters to Northern Tourlsti.Write .
,. Clreit City an got ed In tbe barony of Shlllnlngh., In
would. Cleveland Plain
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"Quit yi I I really -
eel:.'.I UIIIIIIIIJounty, 1I'lrida"-Ja &iiatflen.y 011'-- Central gentleman, Dealer. fore the bollormakers' union began County Wtcklow. The best ahlllulaa !::: for terms. ::3a I

IOlaIIoIOIllOl: ; of O. L. ( of he business must be n root sprung Hnpliui, for one a Wm. C NORTON aa
Btll ,oi. and THE SLEEPING SICKNESS There are three brands, of trouble- taken from the bruiKlios uf n full i-
lj"'Ph' aolOlIl'1I, } t'lvoree. th.tn, 25 years borrowed and real. .
:, Ki'f.Mulimt. of 50 Imaginary, Imaginary ffrowu tree would lack the nt'f vHHiiryoiiBb a Crescent City, Florida.
bill aK''I"rll''' i1' ',hy ii 1"" J"::: """""' otl'".-1, often. tlmtm5l property la cidents earthquakes Bros, suicides diseases a ilzii oo r. r.r.r.nrJc c .
:: 1 KloIOIIIO"I the UBhniilniit. ChorHlii felt that How many readers lave beard ot this brought to humid Ibo young stick
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."..m"l.lnd?heat'fl'reslionb'" of "".> State of best In this terrIble disease It prevails In that sucb as tbe patent medicine man undergoes preparatory (llHcll U'O by
ro.llh''ol' l unknown fur from
I'nr nati' i I. "v."k1' ""' ago of tw.nt -one ar-away country-Africa-.-especially I makes the poorhouse death and the bi'lng plnvvd. lu the chimney to oi-naou, OTICi: FOR I>PUBLICATION.1 '
.,tSleuf: FlorI.le\ tI'1 there '* tao P,,""i> I In the of his lid that Mr. and the Congo district. It Is caused by grave carefully mixed and taken after bun[ becoming eRI'I, necllnmtl/vd to Department o( time Interior. .

therefore NIipCnC h :':', wollial::::!h hiaai than'I""Whom""" Uerunilunt the ,ervica.: It ol U essary to Crescent be bite of the tsetse fly. When It a late dinner or a drop In the stock tho hot work lu store for It. Tills part ,

."ndn.. onlor..aI'allah 1101.tutu I ''"lil. non-reiilclonli Uo- church they expect to bites a person the sleeping symptoms market of the curriculum fjulxlipd. It is rub. U. H. LAHI Of ncB A'r (OA.IHKSVII.I rL4.NnvII"h..r ,
.rlo II"iehii 1I..hy mqulrwl to "uCu"lP""nt place. begin and finally the sufferer sleeps Borrowed trouble Is tbe kind we get boil l until romnli'toly sat urn ted with M. uSC.
rant.on ::'r hind' In said' have a host of Notlaa '.I".l1y KIMI tlutt Hut Kiuly ofKeiikii. I
\lND.\Y.lh.itelore still until death occurs.Contrast from our relatives. Its principal ingredients : .ill. ufti'i' nlilcb It l In securely wrapped Kloililti.ho, ,'' lit. IfMm,
IH* DA1r or rEBRUARY would ask for this with the peaceful. are visits borrowed money, in a stout shept of brown paper and miiilu, lloiu:: nteiil:! 1 Y'oN'o..: .7'.r.:( :,. N ?bIIlD"'II' ? S'" "'*'"" the alienations of ni.1,1 will rent .l wedded life. birthday presents advice nnd expec- ), ror l'ot N.-i.' Ni! <>( N.iy iiiul Nai14! .1
'"noIonl. hlkul< ui I.Improvlnl balmy sleep of health. la there anything juried IIII/ conveulent liotbcil At of NwW,Heetloil, N:'I..nxhlp m II sPlit, Range .
Confessed ulcl Du'l'l'.l
'' by The more wearing than to lie awakeat tations. But the real article l la pro- this stage of UK. development It U anibloct 21 Clint, TiilliilnuiHou, MHtlilliin, Itll. '11.1 ,,,,t.
": rlli"r.0"'i'' .,> that this Order 'ite \ IN TOWN 'duced ns follows: Put the snndala of lee of 'Intention to tnuktt Until Five Year .
II | night tossing about, nervous wlfh of uncoiislng/ watchfulness on Proof toeNtiihllHli elnliii' to thu I Inml "hove
a' :F"1",: \ ', .on..utlvo weu"por: following a frown, Is cold feet, hot head and mercy knows 1, endurance on your feet, take your Ufa the port of Its proprietor who to fore- doxertlMMl.. I h.or(, the :lurk; of the ttrunltCoin
WnH\\ ;: t. lit PnlutkH' Plorltlik,on the Hint Uuy ,
: V",1" 'atu liLy uai'tait,. In hands and follow by turns the ,
",. 3d.1 ln.t and Is short what else? Short of letting the tsetse your shill any detrimental warp In the object IVeemher .llhiri.I'litlmunt I
fll'l', ,:: JVM laud 'llclHl' MOftl this
Illlvnr :: Nine how to be happy philosopher the wltnoniioHi
.. cases visits It correcting niunea nfl
"11 btuenilwr, iteMJtSifi I la la a fly bite us we would do almost any of Ills care dully, ,
I'. .\. Johnxoti, ot fohtiMon, Ptorliln.H. .
fault and the
fellow's of culture
)' .. t pRfcIc has been 1 thing for relief. HoW' can 'We prevent preacher physical any youthful tendency to depart I II. Wooiln, of Intorliitilxin, ITIorlilii.B. .
n N n. t'l rk Circuit rourt. ? that make apostle of dlet.-Puck. 1). Mnteheit! ,of Kiuikn L"lo't.iu., 1..
Hue and
I.I. 1ti j MOItAGs i N, IXiputy. CJlork.ou""nd average can't help be- It? Mr. George Hayes ot from a straight ultimately securing F. M. MuU-hett, Keulcn.. Flortila.i 'a'
Solicito"WHITE&CQ for OOlUpl"lnant. this week In danger of Union City, Pa., writes: "I bad lost SCIENTIFIC SPANKING an straight a bit of timber as HENRY H. UHtTBB, C
-- all run-down could heart could desire.-New York Tribune. Keglntur.
? ? Then start 'my appetite was consists In punishment orly when a I
Indian' r Herblne for not sleep nights. I had tried everything child i Is actually bad. Some mothers .
I
pineapple and reliable without relief. Vlnol was recommended I. think that all crying Is badness It'. not. Administrator's Notice.hnhnmfi '

LoUIiVILLI...... .:..KY.I' from fJ.1: : by kerman--> and to my surprise It \When your baby cries, look for pins or Evens MOTHBBa
.. I. external It can't Rod Notice I. hm'r.'hy 'given to au I poraons
t 11toaI"1TIo1! ,rl..,.,.Id market la helped me at once: gave ma a splendid them some give the baby cause WhIt you)'. Cream Ver or should be worried when the little I opj ,'iin. IdIiatOt Ii,.,etnteor.1. Oi. ,,:tlt I
: and now I sleep soundly." ,i'e.mue'd.. to 1'.11& Ole 11"111 'n 01" wiLl,ha I
.FURS It has costive, appetite mlfuge as the chances are It Is suffering I one have a cough or oold. Itmaylxalo two y........ lor ndl....'......"".or the name ..III
'"4 I1DES! this the What Vlnol did for Mr. Hayes, It will from worms which keep it hungry and : croup or pleurisy or pn.D\onla-then : ; unit nn .portion4 Inttetied tomimantntH
) !gave Just do for every run-down nervous) and ..rla BallHnra will\ pee the annie to inu IM Adnilnla-
"'1.. sloW and itet mildly and cross all the time. Pleasant to take- to: something more -,,_ the prices i a perfectly." overworked person who cannot .Iee sure la it's action. Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble i .J SM1T1.
VINOL, i la Sold In Palatka byAckermanStewart Price !35 con I.. at once and prevent any Knttttt of
aVtlrnlf ( ) ,\Valnut Ave. Sold Aokerman-Htewart comPlleatloo'l lI-UsSw J. 14.Hmir", '*>o.........
Cber1 Drug Co. Sold by Aokerman-Btawart Drug! Co. by -
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!! fn's C ulh Hemedy at $1.75 to : 114

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DAY. THE SCHOOL BOARD.
The Palatka News COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .1
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and' Advertiser. Palatk Baptists Will Worshipin New Board Unanimously Re- J. N. Blackwell Elected Chair- Brand : '
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Griffon
Their New Church :
L. C.
elects Stephens me-no ; .
I Next Sunday. ,
Chairman. .
lilt of PaId lie mm refeelIng At I lie meeting of the county / ditt. I
The 8111,1 people
bciiird
The outgoing County ComnlssioiiBrs '
school board on TueHday, I the boa id 1V ,
good over hue fact that theyaro .. enniH together for a few @ ;
was reorganized for I the ensuing two [1 I
and In
to gather
compelled
I City Happenings no longer 111011I"11111Vedn..d.y, morning In of
unanimous choice
lie I
years by
theaters and court houses and cither order to wind up some old business, ;Mr. J, :X'4. BlHHOtvell of this. city nnchairman. j i Clothingis
$ Mention.H. of secular, resort to worship
Personal Then
planes which was quickly done. th"bOI..d itt m. Blackwell U I ho / I
but will be p"l'IlIlIted once mot to adjonrnml mid Messrs. Mldlletoil ;
only new member of time hoard. Ii'wait \
erected to the livIng -
\gather In a temple ( and Joiner who retire said *i
elected district toeucceed -
from this t\Shoesf
Clod and beautiful In Hid sun- tn, and Both have
tim were gone
citizen or Hon. S. .1. Hllbiirn w ho 1(09to 1
H. Bryant, proinldont .
light.And been working members of the board
Welaka was In the city last Satur:: Hucli a beautiful tumplo., Its and faithful, and them was regret florid I lime HouxHof Legislature.No Reprnnentallves. of I the \ .! j ;

day. one of t the pretUontcluircli ixllllees rom other members of the old boardover unseed 3 Tailor Made i
formal resolution was
B. A. Bryan of Bannervlllo waa In the entire atnto.; Don't know the the severance of pleasant otflclal $5.22 1
Itlann't by the board but the .up.'lnt"lIo I 3.12 $4.29
Wednesday visitors. In style of rchlt..olllre-pul'hnpa relations. board M I
among dent and old melliheis of tIme '
any-but It has a good look to Thu new board came together Im- '
tbe city. spoke feelingly of I heir associations II .
pleasant of
Its exterior and and StylishFabric
the News both as to immediately, and Mr. L. C. Stephens ?{
S The Pickerts are booked for a return nterlor. It Is built of concrete. The with Mr. Hllburn, his uniform o"L
wits on motion unanimously reelected chairman of the rt.:" .... ;ji. '.
engagement at the Howell and courtesy us
main audience room Is bright chairman. which honor he H
'' Theater Jan. 21, 22, and Si.'UI.\ \ sunny slopes gently to the pulpit thanked the members.for The new ward, und their personal tl1'.r.regret nthe ; and Cut.! ,"8fT'i.( ... ' ; severance of ofllclal Atauranct it Shot
und will sent 500 people \
The city council held its regular platform Members are Ir.V C. Alvers of CRAWFORD
It la Mr, Hhlbiirnwasn't Crawford
thing
haps good Shoes
S :
S last Tuesday night, but only easily. It will be lighted by electricity Hlsco and Mr. Morgan Bohannan of i are as
meeting the fixtures being placed by the Bannervllle. present- o much really" complimentary f; good inside. out. It 1's my aim to give: I

regular routine business camo up. Bands Bros. of this city who are do- About, the first business waa the talk might have mud 11II 11!! The Howard Hat '$ :) Crawford wearers not only leather and .13

Mrs. Ella V. Grooms returned this 1 Ing a pretty Job. rraiitlng of the request of I hot editor him blush probably would, for he Ii Ai: styles such as are used In shoes costing i (
week from holiday visit with her '!'h.. COIIII'HCW"S are putting I In their of Times-Herald (that his blushes easily. !it : ; twice as much, but the benefit of every i

slater Mrs. \V"I1"rIn St.:: Petersburg.ExCounty finishing touches today and mummy of jo awarded the luting of the paper de- On taking the chair !Mr. flhiteltwcllthanked and ... is also I arecognized ;'. desirable Improvement for the making of li;
tickled at the board for tlm honoi ; $ sbo'll. That's why I say Crawford
: Commissioner Kdwiird the Baptist people me to InquRtit tax. Hat for the comlngyear. 'a more satisfactory : j
.
North! of Bobtwlck wee greeting the; early ptovpctt of Retting Into !Mrs. IClUixbeth Ann Appleby's nromlned. a faithful performance of ljio. 'Assurance is Shoe Insurance. If you are skeptical, ask one H
their church! that they ate chasng its dutle'. II! >; of Crawford agents to tell you why Crawford
C old friends In the city an Wednes new claim fur a confederate widow's pension the my many
und I
0111routlno
each other In and out and wear- was approved and signed by the business -vI "stay-up" box toes never break! why Crawford patented Yi*
day. log the smile that won't easily come chum iii iseioiiu re. paying of teachers salaries, occupied = 1 '$ "Tredstrate" lasts are best. Ask him about the Crawford

MIce. Mabel Holoomb has returned' olf. They haven't long to wait. A petition concerning the Melrose the attention of the bouid. 8s I,,, reinforced shanks, and our "bend" sole leather. Crawford P: j

to her school at Sun, Mateo lifter n Next Sunday has. been net aside us uid Orangu" Springs road was rater- POMONA NEWS. I leader. ;,! features numerous. That is what makes Crawford Shoes ??
'' pleRsant two weeks' vacation at "BaptlMt Hilly Day." That menus red to Commissioner, Rogers to re- 8n!" I Si.v popular and Crawford wearers /

home. that all Baptists' expected to rally lort at next mnellng of the tjoard us Mlsa Pauline Watson of Pnlalka, l ; alleglant. Buy Crawford's I A

Tax Col1..ctorVllIard la. spending and make a showing of strength! niNe wax u petition of I'. H. Vause spent :New Year's and over Sunday. You can obtain F" ''I; ....:... I''
the week at Crescent City and Pomona Other pastors and members of oilier ind others, relative to the same with relatives here. ,
churches huve been Invited to take n |. I
In the shekels. to "load. ) I.I
gathering
help run the government. day ulT and be present to witness a A petition for the opening of a public G. U Platt, of SatBiima. was a visitor 4. these Palatka Charles A. Eaton Company, M 'tm :
real i I In p'"let I Itltimph.I The Rermon. load from :HatHUimi: to \V"stonlllfer In town Sunday.::

Ex-Senator Darby, formerly or this Is to he pranced by liev.B.:: B. Itogera ,,' on Dunn's Creek was referred Miss Francis. Mobley returned Saturday w \ -. CraviflrJ Sheet Brockton, Mutachuietts ,,t'i \\
county but now a wealthy mine pro. the eloquent pastor of the llttptUt tn Conimlssloner, Alveis with request tf- .are Union Mad .
from her two week's vacation "
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moter of Alaska and New York. IsTlsttlng church at Gainesville. tn r< port at next meeting at Haatlngs beginning school again. only I of ;;:;:;* 1q. rz. """ <' "" ( \

In Tallahassee. 'Noiher reasons why Bnpil' i.ts '1 hI "UIII of $IU was IIPIII'OI/I'IIII..d Monday .morl1l n Several. hava ..j-Jt.I'lo"r.: : _
leading should bu"eBent.' It's to help 1111 I he fur use. of Mis. Bunuell a
John Price, one of the pauper moved away dining the vacation ..
section and 10th number on (he mal nlllg service under treatment with understanding
farmers of the Melrose a weeks, so the attendance will not be
of the family by program published below. The that the next appropriation would but will
member prominent so large, others probably
that name In that section w..s" visitor chul ch U nut yet p.tid for. Money i Is be (!2 iu If after investigatlon. the clr- take their places later on In the Clothier and
leaded, and man In the city M% S Brown
In the city \Ved lIud,,)'. every cninsianues Justified It. school term
specially every Baptist, ought; to IIP Commissioner Rogers nf the com-
J. N. Blackwell the newly elected Ira.t..flll.or. the privilege which I will nllten to whom hud been referredthe We are pleased to note Mils week Furnisher
I'f
member of the county board of education tie his for contributing to this pretty advisability of the county operating the return of Mr. and Mr*. J. W. ,

has been elected chairman of church. In a sense It belongs to the a poor fuim reported conoirnIng Edmonds from Arlington N Jour ; PALATKA, FLORIDA.

the board. ilty. It's an Important and value a property on Malletts Island. regular winter visitors. As Mr.
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred. V. Owen are part of the landscape. near Florahome Mr. hoi an a spoke and Mrs. Edmonds: have recently l'''JIII'IIIi"iIIl."Wr.'IIIIill' ., ,. ,Ill..'II 11,111:' IKiHUH,I ,II ilL. :II. 'II'' HIT IK!'''OS"* 'IL,I HIT:' 111.. :IB' ': ::l5tIli; ,llIii"ILiim:' .:: :ggiigrIimplm: : : : BIB1''* IB IB 3T'j

rejoicing over the arrival of a little Here Is. the program for the service of the Flower nlac In East Palalkaus purchased a furnished cottnge litlIytOIl.
daughter In their home at Hatsuma:: to begin at 11 a. m. next SUllddY: a suitable plncH for II poor farm, ) .. Beech we fear vie will not -- -- -- -

Hlo-hts this week.A. 1. Hymn PrnUo HK'ftHlllUI.; hlOW.V. .. forenoon with the of hope they will decide to remain In
S. Bacon a prominent lumber Involution ..........i or.H. H. Hoirorn 1 making, 1111 early visit 10 thu purpose Flower Pomona most of the time. COMING !
merchant of Savannah Ua.. was a 8. ll.Miiu-All Hull. tie rower of JU.IIHNnule. .
place that innriilng.'
The business Is beIng
orange rapidly -
visitor In the city recently the guest 4. Ht-rlputure leHMun ... rir. H. I H. flown Between *2UO and tJOO per month
S. of his relative, !Mrs. M. Devereux. 5. Prater ... .1I"\.J.tI"'r: < 'Hlnnley, is out the bo ird for thus care drawn to a close under the super.vision
paid by
('. II)tun .Jo\ to World., 1 of W. S. Mlddletou and In Ibe
C. L. Chamberlain a leading 7, UiiMlneHM.....1011 of"'hurc'li fr ruuI'I Intfllieuunuriil of paupers. Tlio commissioners will 'course of a. week or two, the busy ,
Crescent City merchant, was In tin rupui. of tin bulMlnti, coiui.uuitt'e. look caiffullv I I Into the advisability, season of packing and shipping will
.
with his. lit. of establishing a fin'm for the care oflfspaunr DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG Eye. Specialist.
city yesterday morning N. I H I ylum"4tnna I'p,Hlimcl 1 Vim| for. Justis.U be a I thing of the past.
tie daughter. They were returningfrom Add....,. ... .. .nr. H. II. itogi rut | class. In time meantime ,
'. a brief pleasure trip to Miami. in i"T'I..rv. If jou hitvu a farm to sell cheap, you Mrs. M E. Erwin has for her guest
II. 1I'Tr..U"8.U. Miss Angelina Slnionson, of New
mlulit worry your commissioner.On
Mr. Turplnbacon and family of 1I"lIodlcllo...
Yoi'k City, who Is pleasantly remembered -
Fla. visitors the reassembling of the hoardThimrsdmmy ,4 .
Fhosphorla lire pleasant
\ morning. Assessor Hull..rdbrouht by a former visit here. After 4
.; at the home of Mrs. M. D ve- Palatka Physician Honored a week's visit here Miss Slmonson Without
\ the question of Increasing Cross
la up Eyes -5
Mr.
: reux. Turptnbucon a nephewof
I
will Palm .
to Beach to the
I. r Mrs. Devereux. nr.. .To'T.. .. '!..\TArrAn. .... ... -nf. .fhld..... ...lto.., .hn.... the assessment on producing( go spend _

the Miss San Leda Mateo Houston school principal or- been member honored of the by Htato an uppnlntiiient Board of Medical ( liSa orange property grove was cut property.at the time'I his of class the winter Mr. and Mrs.. Charles H. IMplar entertained : {;i
S :: was a pleasant '
big freeze and bus not sliicn been .
Examiners. ThlH appointmentcomi's with a delightful New M =
,\ /- visitor In Palatka Saturday andS lalseU. The board favored slight
from the governor and was a Year's party In the town h"lIll1st Straightened Knife.
to lulIMllteo. .
enroute '
E I' Hunday being :: : 'I"
Increase, but left the matter to the! "
from her home at ICeuka dated January 2d.! 'I'huradayev..nlng. Something over
The state board of medical examiners assessor empowering him to secure fifty people enjoyed this happy '
Brigadier! General H.V.. Long Is. componed of reireaelituitivephysicians not more than two local assistants event, and spent the early part of the
commanding the Second Brigade of the state, before whom In precincts. where needed, who are evening In playing! games splendidly
United Confederate Veterans .f all applicants for license to ]Pnicttueimmedicine > : to help him fix values and who are prepared by the hostess. Later on
if 1 I Florida has appointed Uapt Josepl / to be $2.DO()
paid day.
111 tlio Htato must per there was supper at beautifully decorated -
r Price of this city one of his alUa-ue appearfor o'clock' Dr. E. H. the well-known Jacksonville Eye
examination. The position I Iti I tables, and at eleven Armstrong, Specialist,
camp. one of great honor mid.In so regarded A Strong Statement. the hall wits. cleared for dancing and I

Dr. Armstrong the well-know i'ye by members of the medical pioresslon. The statement of the condition, ol 1 the !guests tripped the light fantastic ;

b specialist of Jacksonville, who enJoys Thnt the honor hns heel, the F.nst Floi.'Ida. Savings and Trust until the stroke of twelve. Aftci will make a professional visit to Palatka the second Wednesday in February -
4 a large practice In this county worthily bestowed in the case of Dr. In another column wishing each other a happy New
Company published
will make his next visit to Palittku.. Warren \\'lIlulI're.... shows that there Is some real Year the guests. departed, thanking
'. on February 10th. See his advertisement Dr. Warren was graduated I from wealth III Palatka the their host and hostess. for one of the

1 In this paper' the liiBCllciil department of the Unlveralty held money times" cry of the despite past year. most enjoyable parties given In Po- the 1 Oth, and can be seen for One Day Only at the Arlington

A Fire alarm on Saturday morning nf (IJeoigla In 1UU, coining to Thin resources of this. bank look goodto mona.

was. caused by small bliiza In roof 01 Florida In that year when he was men who are familiar with sccuil- Mrs. W. S. Middleton and son, 8ylveater .

T: Mr. Phillips' jo..aldence. corner Sixth appointed assistant to the State ties, mid they must look good to the spent a few days with relatives Hotel. *
1" and Laurel streets. Only slight health oillcer\ a position lie filled
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(people of Palatka and Putnam 1 at Long Station the first; part .
'<'.5 daniHKe. West Etui Hose l'ol1lplln with signal ability until the summelnf (utility Judging from the amount of of the week. -
,\' responded quickly but a bucket 01 11NIJ. when he lexigned to engiigt commercial and savings deposits..
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water did the trick. In private prnctlCR.He The Knst: Florida Savings and Trust Mrs. J. W. Edmonds will entertain Dr. Armstrong specializes on all Eye trouble and reflex nervous troubles,
"Peck and His. Motlier-ln-Un. locnted at Crescent City this Company la everywhere regarded as her lady friends Tuesday afternoon '

Abroad" Is the title or a play to b,. county where lie built up a good one of the best most conservativelymniuia with a social tea at her pretty headaches, nervous debility, stomach troubles and condition that be
produced at the New Howell Then practice but t lie following I your, lie : d bunking I institutions I In little home In West Pomona. any may

I. ter, Wednesday evening January siring 1.lar.rI..ld\ / he CIIIIIM to l'ui- MorlUa, and Its strong statement ol Miss Ethel Smith returned Sunday, caused by reflex latent strain.
27th. It's. going to be somcthlni iuLl kit, where he has been must successful condition Issued today will be rend to Francis to reopen her school after eye ? The Doctor has perfected many wonderfulcures
funny and will be presented by a I, and U now enjoying i i a I Iticiativn with Interest In banking and financial two week'a vacation.

strong company. prnctlca. HU li\lends" In ILII circles and be the cause of general Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Woodwell overcoming all trouble without drugs or operations. The Doctor will bringa
parts! of Florida will be pleased to
Tax Assessor Kullard will congratulations to Its received their residence
star manage friends at their -
ileiy" of the new honor which has large selection of
Artificial
out next week on his usual rounds come to liim., ment. on New Year's afternoon from Eyes on this trip.erATEiE8r .
for the state and ,, three until five and '
A making a large number
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sessment in the various Their Golden Wedding. called to give them best wishes for n
He has arranged to be at Johnson 01 "One ef & Hundred the new year. Rev and Mrs Wood- OF TUB CONDITION
S 1'alntka filends or Mr. and Mrs. K.
the 13th and at Baldwin on the 'Mil The News has received copy of a C. Blown of Den'olt.Iich.! ., who formerly well received their guests In the or TUB x .w.. ...,.w....w ... w ...... W y j .'. xx .
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of January. recent issue nf the Kansas parlors decorated with M" I'IM '=" .J''
Topeku ( ) / spent lunch of their time 111 the evergreensund EAST!: FLOUIDA SAVING: X THUS CO. is: -
The Iron inS Daily Capital, coiitaliilng one of a the dinIng room was jrC..rulh'presided J
new galvanized awning
winter of
season here guests their or r\LviKA Fr.oniDA, 11
front of the 'rilghman! block on Lemon serIes of articles. by III.... Slurgnre!\ over by Miss. Evil Wood well. H
daughter. Mrs. I IVllsolI.
Henry :: On the Ski ilny of December A. D. limoS, us refiulroil Cypress j
street Is a great Improvement to \IcCul'ter.ln which the WI Iter will rejoice to learn of the happy Como seems quite proud of her by llallmitur, apiro\vil| Jlaj 'il-i, ISMIIlEHOUllCEH : Shingles j
the street's. appearance and will be miming I one hundred Kunsas wo- cvlcbiKtlon of the golden jubilee of "new horse" In the shape of an auto- J

much appreciated by tenants of the men who have attained deserved their last mobile and. expects the Pomona ...... ll I
wedding Sunday January Lonn.anil 1 DlHtiountu' ..t'W'W7' : .11*'
building and pedestrians alike duringthe fame" literature. either as. writersof liLt The occasion was simply one ol horses to be afraid of It, but perhaps Lunna Oil Morlitnvoit ... 10..0..11. For Weather-boarding. 1 1JD
warm days of summer. poetry or proseIt congratulation to Mr.. and Mrs. the Pomona horses are more up to Ovr.ilert-itueurot It UliHooiirea l 6,01SU' it
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will Interest Putnam conftty data than Como thinks. Uaiiklnii Umiau, liirulturo act other
Miss Kate L. Lucas announces R Brown from their numerous friends. However IloiU hmulo; 1 1".070.:1 /
big cut price Bale on many lines or people to know that Miss Kll/.ibetl& of their home find" other elites, and we cheerfully; submit to Como the ti. B. lioiulH suit. 1 otltur Hoaurltloi IuIiliisl 11 Some of the very best houses are weather-
Ii ladles, misses and chlldrens good in X. Barr, foimtrly of }Florahome aunt their beautiful residence 120 Alger honor of the first auto in this vicinity millie of ollwr UultkHnliU, I U. S. NuluH 25/ ""'.110 I
Oolil acm silver....... .. ......... .
for a short time H member of the Palatka s 4'nt.jj' : ;1 boarded with well
J another column al1llt would the decorated Shingles. look 2L
pay avenue was beautifully chuck aim Ciuti U in .... 703: ", They always
S ladles of Palatka to study her an- .. News stall has been cliieinel for the occasion. The following obituary notice olMrs. billion, MtikulH "..Poniiltm... ..1:7.1|* : and
nounceinent-then take advantage worthy of mention i' uniong I Mils bun Few visitors ever came to Palatka Fidelia M. Goodell sister of tie, trum editor lliuikn ana Uiiukir '11.<1110, U L need no Painting, which is a great saving. I

,; of the opportunity she oilers. to Secure dred d iuit iimgtm tithed \\'olllell of Kim usits. who seemed to capture all heaita. :Mr. K. Olmstead ot Pomona ;f. We make ,
needed goods at cost. Of her Mrs. MuCurter says: more readily than did fir and Mrs. recently LIAIIIL1T1K3 t.oJJod.e4 Shingles 20 inches long which are

The ladled of St. Mark's church "Iu all the list from poets to verse R-own and that their winter visits. appeared In her home paper: Capital stock .....'''.000.00 : the best for this
smiths I know only one who has the .......... purpose. Write for prices. c
will silver the are no longer made Is simply anotherof "FIDELIA M CIOOJ>EM, Huri>hin rutxl: .. ...... u ,UUHHI
give a tea at home or : ;
1 talent the God-given blegitliig 01 Cmllvlileil 1'rolllH. ...... l.l.iio: t
Mrs Edwin Kirby on Friday after the losses which followed as a Daughter Walter H. and Mary tu."vl.luol l UeiuiBlu. IOAIMI..IJ' .
humor. We such serious lot.
noon. Jan. loth from 8 to 5:30.: 'i'he We take ourselves are so sadly a real we natural sequence to the dentil of Mr. B. Olmstead, was born in W"les- HIIVIIIK, 11..1., ...it. lUttU7.MO. ir N. J. Tilghman & Sons

object of the tea U to assist In raising do and dare and keep It up but few Wilson arid the subsequent removal vllle, Oneida county, N. Y Oct. Hist, Uaniunil. .Cuitltlfilliii lit flulult -. :IS'IT.JO' iMi.5.> ,
funds to furnlHh a room In the newhospital. of u.. have the power to make peoplesmile. of his estimable... 182M and died In Angola lull.. Deo. | "I'
The ladles nay : "Com A humoilst Is not lionorei 18, IUOB aged 80 years month and Certlltutl GnockH iwnoI ic1a Pal atka. Florida. it itCJ
and bring your friends." Redemption Bonds Sold. 17 days. On Deo fIst 1861 l. she was ,
much after 1/10 Is dead but he Is .
*fl.3 0 HISTlTEOFFLOniDA ;, ,, ,, ............. 1
Mr. and Mrs.. A. G. North of Pon- worth bU keep many times. over The *;ot 0.000> City of Palatka 6 percent united In marriage with William M.Uoodell. I -irW. ; ; ;;,;., __ Q ," yw
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t Mac, Mich., have been the guest for while ha Is living, and his. posterity redemption. bonds authoilzad In To them were born four COUNl'V OF rUr.NAV.I f "'' ,,

a few days of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. should I be pensioned. 1X! \>2 for the purpose. of taking up an sons and one daughter. About 48years We, E.8.frill, TrouHiiror ami' 1 w. 8.Uunluttti.. -
Cochrane here and at their orange "1'11' ,," Rhzabeth N. Burr Ian youngwoman old Issue for a like amount, have ago she with her husband ihnt aMntivirutmlil Uoinpiiny ,|o ol.iimly swutr.
grove home in Welaka. Mr. Northis I a recent graduate uf"ash- been Bold by the board of bond trustees moved to Hlllsdulo' county ft helm. InIK05 our kuowleilsa ittoabova.lttU'mi'iit. ana bullul.E la. truu tu tlio bunt ol

a brother of Mrs. Cochrane. and I Ia is burn "01101('". the author of only one to u rtheiu firm. The price they moved to Fremont, Ind., ..8. CidiTL TroiiMirur, :
leading manufacturer of the pretty small 'Wnaliburn Ballads.She .' agreed Is the value of the where her husband died on July fIst, 1\ 8 IlUEilh, Hocrotaiy.
upon pur
little city with the Indian name III ban rhj'med oil much at ii hf. thiitas hondi, and two months Interest to I8HH. After I that she "made her home ATTesT: E. B. Grill tt. u u..uk J F. Tunny. Rough and
Wolverine state. a liteiar.v critic I should relegateto January 1st.Yesterday. III LuSalle III., tllP Julv. 12th 1UU7, Sworn. l., anti .iib crlhoil. before mo limit LUMBERI
f' Word was received by friends. in the plnue: of relegation. Hut her afternoon Dr. E. B. Crlllwn when she moved to Angola, Ind. dimly or January, A D Iww.. "t Dressed [ I

the city yesterday announcing th. genius l h. ceituin anil her kingdom In caught In the act of folding the Since then she made her home with [SKA1.1 1IICIIAHU F. \D\5U.
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her rI''lhtl'fIrs.! Ella M.! Nulary Public suit u nf
lorlilu
sudden death Ft. awaiting higher. :Sim writes with Carpenter -
at Lauderdale of : bonds and I attaching his signature as My oommltwluii' uxptr lurcri" titii. itiiu.. and all kinds of
South
at 814
Mrs. Reed Bryan. As Miss Anna ease. Her mechanical structure le chairman. of the board of bond trus Washington street. I
,'' Baker the lady will be pleasantly r..- faultless and her humor and pathosare tees. When questioned he admittedthe "About 24 years ago she united
membered by a large number of Pa nicely poised. She Is exceedingly facts aa recited above. with the Methodist Episcopal churchIn BUILDING MATERIALLowest

; latk'i people. She resided here clever and quaint with an Irish The bonds were sent oil by Southern Fremont, Ind. Each time she Miss Kale L. Lucasis
several years ago with her mother quickness. of wit and a Celtlo plcturvsquenes Express yesterday. changed her residence she had her

' Mrs. McRae and visited here I IIIlIt nf word painting. But The old bonds now due are beginning church membership transferred. She Prices Write. the
summer the guest of Miss Rcw deepen than these Is thu tru poellu lo turn up and the East Florida was theme a member of the Methodist, closing out at cost

Coxe. She marriedMr.. Bryan a power the lire that warms the soul! Saving &; Trust Company l is taking Fplscopnl church In Angola, )lId.. at I
cousin of the late Senator Hr'IIn..ome of art. Already she deserves a place them up as they are presented.. the time of her coronation. She was all Ladies, Misses and Squier Lumber Company

I two or three years ago at her here and she will go on to higher, And come to think of If, It Is. a a fHlthful member of the church, a ,
old home In Baltimore. places If she holds fast the power blessed. good thing that Palatka has. kind and loving mother, and true to Childrens

B. S. Owens, a colored man or Sun that i Is her heritage." this East Florida Savings:: & Trust her obligations. as a neighbor- and 'Phone
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,t Mateo- was arrested yesterday mornIng Company to take up these bonds. friend. Winter/ Underwear. No. 111. Palatkn, Florida.
; charged with peddling without St. James' Methodist Church. Otherwise the city would be In the "She:: U survived. by a brother. Ed:

p license. He was given a preliminary position of not being able to cash. mond B. Olmstend of Pomona, Flu. ) .
I! II. DUTIM, PAHl'OK. one slater Mrs. Ella N. Sfleley, ot Also all Kid
hearing before Judge Coxe. who held the.ni until the money for the redemption Gloves
him to the circuit court In the sun Lest Sunday was n !good day at St. bonds Is. received. Clinton N. Y.J, three children, Ira go. Plaiting Mills River Front, foot of Third Street m mc8

S of .iOO-the amount of the llcetine James'. Fine audience. were present W. Uoodell of Moline, III.: Ray .1. Ing at and below Cost \ !
Owens tit. both services enjoying the Uoodell of Jollet Ill.. and Mrs. Ella m
was selling orange from Re-elect Old Officers.The 1!
house to house, but It Is charged the beautiful anthems and helping In M. Carpenter of Angola Ind. Besides And everything in the
j. fruit was not of his own railing. It. the singing nf the !grand old hymns. Palatka Board of Trade at Its these there are eight !grand -
be can show that It wan he will get The sermons at both hours were np- meeting last. Monday night passed a children. Two children, Walter J, Notion line that .
r oil.I propriate.. to the New Year. The resolution thanking the olllners\ of Guodeli and Adelbert E. Goodell you + + .::::::=

Missionary offering by the Sunday the board for efforts! of the post year, died In childhood. may desire at the == JU tnaxc. ===-
I In of very : ::Eb..a.: a.oy
point attendance and Interest school was. the largest In months. mud still further complimented them "Her funeral service which was
!J Friendship class of St. James Methodise Next Sunday the services will be by electing them unanimously. for attended by a large number of former lowest prices. If PALATKA. FLORIDA.
(Sunday school U progressing as follows: another year.Presideimt neighbors and friends, wait conducted you 1- and

nicely. and the activity displayed is Sunday:: school nt OMii, a. m,, to Dnvla. who Is a "hot In the Methodist Episcopal are in need of Chemicals, Druggist Sundries
I of a substantial nature. The young! which wehemirtiiyweicomneatrangers. number" wh. n It comes to anything church In Fremont.' Ind. by her pastor any. I Patents.

l; men are now taking up the question Preaching the pastor at llixa. "itreotlng the wel'are of Palatka, read the Itev. M. I H.:: Marble D. D., on thing in this line call I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMPOUNDBO.
,1 of missions using China: as. the topic ui.. subject "1 he New Leadership." his annual a.J ldr.ss.. It was Oiled Sunday, Deo. :20th. 1U B. G4RDBf8&D.: : LS I
and for their field of action. They Junior League at 8:0): In.,1\lIsa'' with theget them" spirit and purchase Agents Mallory 55mebip .
p. from
arc paying I for a scholarship In nm-'. Lucy Dutlll, Hilperliltendent.KvangvllHtlo Jack Fllnn the rotund and Jolly There will be the regular preaching Z'.L. '!!! _

L of the Christian schools In that : service at 7:30 p. m. proprle'or' ? of the El Perfecto CIt! H service at the Presbyter! this stock and it --- ---- --
rl' beathen nation, and are doing other Spiritual singing\ by choir and congregation Factory, presented the board with a church on Sunday, both morningand will
le work worthy emulation. 1 Ms and an Invitation talk by hux of Tampa Smokers:: as a slight evening. At the evening servicethe save you
w sired tbat the 'membership of the pastor token of M. appreciation of the pastor will continue the study of money. THE
P: class bit still further Increased, de-I Seats free and everybody welcome. murd's efforts In behalf the m..nu- the life of Christ speaking of the NEWS $1.00 a Year.
fe;, cordial Invitation I. extended featuring interests of Palatka.. Then Perean ministry. You are cordially j See Gr..mller I0r grocere5 ,

T young- men of the city to join The News fl the rear-32 times. lbs smokers smoked the "smokers." uvlted to attend these lorvloea. la the city. Price alwayi reasonable.Best In All
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