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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 15, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the 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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VWw... : Notice. ---- 1 4
l, I will In, nf State Federation of Labor. ADDITIONALLOCALS. INTERLACHEN ITEMS.
picclm-lH with tax INTEREST GROWS PALATKA IS NOT
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honks on HIP The ttth
The I following I annual 1
convention I
days of the
R (Ol'eooent( Clly, '''"'."day afteinoon: State Fednratlon of Labor, will moat Rev. and! Mis. O. r. Wilcox of The names' ofB.13.Edward'4: Richmond .

i J I [loll later, Wednesday. . ,.[nn.21))) In Palatka next Tuesday and continuo Floiahome were III the city jnster- IN PIANO CONTESTMiss Va.. and F. S.:: Iiby, Atlanta, ON THEIR MAP. i .

\' FlorHhome, F.iday. ( moinlng, Jlln. 22 In session through the week. day.Mrs. UI a., traveling salesmen[ appeared on

WeatherMan I 6 UI'nIHlln, .rldftv "fteiiioon.. .Jan. 22 Delegates to tho number of be II.; A. Brush, postmistress at tha-Lake Vluw register. "-
I 1-\I\ldwll1\ I 8chooi SaturJlly' .Jlln.i 211!t tween 60) and 7&, lepiesentlng the Interlachen, was a pleasant visitor Matbel Bassett Gains Leading Letters received by Miss Edna, Those narrow-gage boomers of
I nstwok, iieBdnv I morning,.Jan. 2(1( various trade organisations, of the lu the city yesterday. Place. from her sister, Stella, say that Mr. the Jacksonville Kxposltlon-Falr "
r. On the above dates my otllce will state will be pl' K.'nt, and the meet Downing is rapidly recovering from have again shown their hand" in the .
be closed A. 8Vr IAHI), ings will be hold In tho Bed Men's An Interesting Christian ICndeavor Woiimii'A Club.. \\'ithlr*,.. from Knots. his Revere sickness, and that ;Mrs[ small way in which only a certain
hall letter f i'oin MlbM Grnne. A. Townsend, coterie of .
I 1 misguided pluggers for the
Says- ax t'ollectoi.
) I Downing Is alHO better mitt er a short
state will Although there was some falling
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honored at week air In the number of votes castdin" 'J'hey have scattered broadcast
Sacks h..lnltheR"\ representa. over
I Wanted.
( Ia tives! of oiganl/nd) J labor with us and M. S. Brown the clothier announces lug the past week the fact cannot be Mr. and Mis. Jas. Vert of Nobles- the state lithograph advertisement
a") We purchase will ..attributed any lack of Interest on vtllo Ind. [ with Mrs. Jenkins of the fair .
coin, oat, fped, cotton do their full part In making a big cut price[ on all heavyweight / / leglstered on which Is what pur- .
J seuil hull and potato sacks If In good their stay pleasant. suits for and boys alao the part of the candidates, theirfriends Tuesday. 'Ihey are spending. polls to be a map of the peninsular ,
I I'I men -
"ColdWaye. I. condition. Palatko Ice Factory If.r The. business\ meetings will be In underwear. Mr Brown sells.; the nor the ItP1HI'IIIIJ11bllo. The( time winter at Frauds, and were here of Florida. On this map Jacksonville '
r secret hilt others will be to the celebrated Orltlon News Is In position to speak on tills to visit! Miss Grace Miller. Is [butted\ by a big diamond hIred
i ii -- open bland tailor made
; Dr. Armstrong ; ; public and I It point by reason of coming In dailycontact while other places of .
8iVltlXht9IIIcroR.eye ) \ In I likely) that some will% suits, which are stylish both as to Rev. Mr. Collier has gone to Floral Importance I
without knlfo and oveicomes nil tim k e the. form of public addiesseaA with the people[ whO hold In the state are Indicated here ana .1
i cut and fabrlo. As we are sure to chief Interest, City to arrange for the removal of .
foiing of eye trouble, ofllce U Laura theme by name-all\ except Palatka
have cold weather, this cut Bale on his family to Interlnchen. '
'I The total of 255,285) votes oust durIng
street Jacksonville which is left oft the
tf Rare Animal. good; clothing should attract considerable map entirely
I Ii attention.On the past week Is less than the Mr. T. P, Khehan, of Boston, who Thla omission has been noted and

Order your Wagon, (Caiiliige, Fenc. Robert Hecks of Penlel. while out number for the two or three weeks spent last winter here and also a few commented on generally by citizens '
") lug, Sewing: I Muolilne I Itiinge, Kami shoollng \hiNt\ Sntnrdiiv In that section last Friday, Jan 8th Order No. Immediately[ previous only becauseof days some weeks ago, has returned of this city, and members of our .
5 Machinery, eto., of tho lorlda, Purchimlug lan upon a gray fox which i he I II I, met for the first time In the new a falling oil In business. succeeding and Is again pleasantly/ located with board of trade. have called the attention -
Ageiuy! Palatka and[ shot Mr. letk carried the carcass roar with Miss Dorothy Bass; the the hiirh-pressure trade of the !Mrs Jenkins at the Blown Mouse.Mr of the News to It.
5 to 20%';. Write for pnitlculius savi10 home and J 11113 preserved the pelt. It Inst meeting of the old year being holidays, but the Interest, if any and Mrs. Robert M Oairom But It's tho usual fining> toni the
i Over Coats I,) Agents, Cyphers Incnlmtois and IA" gray fox and the only[ one seen held at the home of Miss Katie Bar- thing\ greater and two daughters, Misses Kate and News has ceased to expect anything
supplies. tfCHAIUS 'here In mnnv years. stow, where boxing match was the The withdrawal of the 'VomILn'sClub Emma, en route to South FlorIda/ (different) from Jacksonville. I

__________ chief feature of the afternoon. At from the'oontpst changes\ the spent two day .at the Lake View this 'Ihere hasn't been n week since -
Itl t'ANED Apply T New', [Itvliomul. n ml SecondHand this meeting, however, the !game situation by dividing the support of week. 'I'hey are liom Washington this Jacksonville Exposition-Fair
Will played was "ring on the string." the Indian of the club Among the was conceived that
Its
i Aycilgg ; P.... and vInter lesld managers
Hodge, coinei Seventh and School. ) Itook Semi for Iterreshmenta other contestants., The club did not county were -
of cream pie, nuts have nut "put.. column or more of
:' Laurel[ Stieeta.:: Orders d/'nl) of Interlachi'ii twelve or fourteen
I executed mompily list. mill prlccH.. Rig( .fctuck School and hot chocolate were served, after withdraw because of discouragement. They received a adveiUsing to the papers of this city
yeais ago.
Needed. _ _. __ ____ Supplies.{ KCWTOVS, Palatka, which the class were enteitalnecl by It had every reason to feel encour hearty hand-shake and a wish that with request to publish for the "goodof
Be Miss MervIn who aged. But the News has It on good the 'Ilia
Kay, Impersonatedseveral cause News has' given
lorlclu. they could remain from old
:t 8-28-tf longer
mmm"mmmmr", ,,, ,,, ,,, __ __ ___ __ people familiar to all present authority that the orlllUll/ILtioU. did friends. of Its space each week. Even the
These Included not as an organised body, care to Issue .
Impersonations several present contains an article written
VehaveaIargestockand SfRAYKD-Hi'Indie cow, nomatk, of the members themselves[ stand in the way of the several IndivIdual Itov. Mr. Collier, the new Methodist the
\ by fair's bureau In the
I 14 Per Cent.INVESTMEtIT., short Htialght hoins sawed oil at tlpc, Press Reporter. young [lady oonteHtants minister, preached Sunday morn I, Interest of the exposition.press And whatdo
| t";>00 for ntuin to owner.-J. 1), and
want to convert Several bundled votes cnmo for the ing / evening to alatgeandapreolutlve the of
people Palatka
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HAVIOCK, Tiancls, Tla. U. E. Cox, a resident of this city club after their wIthdrawal congregation.: The circuit get re
into cash 1 and living Laurel died [last hAS been that It will turnUimply the! hlnky-dlnk k
i on street
: them so i -------- -- Miss Mabel Bassett's friends seem so changed cm- Recently Kditor: Harris of the 1,,
Saturday evening at St. Luke's hospital brace only three chcrches Inter-
H>[R HEX1'-1'hrpe nice upstairs to be on the increase. She had n : Ouala Banner
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:: was the
iI have put the prices 3 Jacksonville, of tuberculosis. lachen, Ho and Francis. Kod- charged by
) rooms iiiifuinlnhed with laige. porch total of 1)4,7J5) votes this week, which man 'lampa Tribune with being "rather
:J to the ) overlooking river, River St., for rentto Ills body was brought to this city on places her In the lead at least for the man will have two Sundays: month, selfish, narrow and iinprogresslve'1simply
down .bottom ) Sunday noon and the funeral was tho other places but one each. It
We have -irs right paitv/ for light housekeeping present Miss Edna Browning of because, affergivlngcolutnnaof .
: one or two ;
them. I No chtliiien preferred-J., II. HIC'I.onl'.at !,- conducted by Rev Edward; Stanley Francis, Miss Irma Wylle of InterInchen nan been found necessary to give Interluchen his to the TampaHtaie Fair,
on : 3 at the family home at 2-UO.: The Intel the third Instead of the space
= offers in Talatka Uenl "' '' ( Palatka. Annie Lou Hanna of East; no one representing time management
: is final 'men t was in Oak/ Hill. Mr. Cox second (Sunday. The Congregatlonallsts -
This our I'alatkn the Red Men, Miss Kate: of that coming event had taken sufficient .
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: == Estate where we will ==s was 67 years of age and had been ill Owen of Satsuma BIght, and Miss will doubtless make a, corresponding Interest In the Marlon
MONKY; 1O I.OAN-on Lemon County
Overcoat Sale for the -- for some time. was formerly change in their services, sothat
\ He! Ida LeH of thin also show
::: city a Pair to visit It. Editor .
Guarantee =3 stitit. Palalka I or Jacksonville i I I 1m"r"v..1 Harris conies
\ E 14 cent employed at llghman's mill, but his Sunday will be occupied.
per steady gain. Since the every :
== count large .
back his
at critic -
1 Don't miss real "estate at 8 cent. Apply by saying v, ,
: season. per last employment was as bookkeeper bundles of votes have been Mis Dr. Cortliell, has been 111
deposited
== very "It does look little
the a that but
on invested fat H C. J-lIwl.r.I.! : Palatka, Fla tf at the Stanton and machine way .t I
money
it. This is rare I' :: foundry for Miss Jessie Burton of Crescent luring[ the past week. but wo ore the Banner? didn't Inaugurate it; It i
't a. shop. He was a very excellent man, City, and Mrs. Kuth H. Fllnn of glad to announce thai she is convalescent. haa tired of forever
; grown playing
Remember I.OH'l'-81Ivcr belt buckle af -
: Blip-
we guarantee 3 He I Is survived by his wife, three Palatka. These nil! In nextweek's .
:, chance: t tint) cli UI'('b hint Snll day night I or on daughters and two sons, the latter appear the part of the fly to the spider'scall.
table. Following Is the vote Rev. !Mr. Townsend Turn about Is sold be fair
to
E 14%. Htreot, Leave at Jay Itios. West living out of the city. reports profitable a '
I Priestly Cravenetts : ::: == End; store up to Wednesday night, the 13th meetings at drove Park last thing, and this paper would[ be gladto
_. lust: Sunday. see Jacksonville and .
Write iS --- -- ---- -- --- ----- Tampa practice
:J absolutely rain-proof, S r: telephone or see FOR SAL1'-(lood Becond-hancl POMONJNEWS.. Mabol llna,,oU, Fatal) ku. .... Inl,*'& Plans are being made for fnrnlsbnur It once. in a very great while,'i '
Ironu M, Leeks Palatka 110,2:0: 'hat's, It. All time minor cities of
Du. E. W. WAIIKFV U. the Methodist The
:J overcoats$12.50values : baggy : Karle McRixe spent Sunday In Falatka lilr.. Ruth tl. Fllnn* Palalka 151.190.laa.te parsonage.the the state expect of their majors Is
Epworth League assumes expense
for | H, Finley Tucker JIII All\' chum Itch log\ Is a temper-tenter. enjoying the Baptist .rally at II. llurton Crescent, City. 100.sin of one room.\ that they should[ put in practice the
The i nan* you scratch the. worslIt their new church. Fdna Drowning, Kranola. ." .. "" oil.W5Ailcllo theory of "live and let live." Jacksonville 1
!Mrs. A. W. Shaw of Peak Island
'E Itches 1 loan'8, Olntinentcures piles, Hallo)', San 5101.0. ". 01 4UK* at least, has never been I ,
,, Isaao of New York has
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"I"nurl i I II." ""ul"tku. I"ln Carey City and l\Irs.l\Ial.th"A. Weed, of Rock
== Annie Raid, ... backward .'
$7.75. 'nll\-IIIIY skin Itching I At all I II arrived for his usual 1 three month's I'ulntkn 41 alo about calling on the press
== I'hn"1 l4. -_ drug I ..sDvNpcpHla. stay with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hmlth.Ponionaltes Kate Owen Stitsnina flIghts' '.. .. .. .. ... 40,410 the Port. Brown, Me., House.spent Monday They are night occupying at- of the small cities for assistance In 4'
Improved Ordor Rod Man 1'alutka. ao,mo booming Its enterprises, both legit '
$13.50 Coats for mmmmmmmmmmm I Is our national ailment Mr. Carey.are always glad to welcome Ida tomb, 1'alatka "".".," "'" 30,3.10 \ .the Oveihultz residence at I mate and fake, and has usually received
j: Huidock Blood Hltteis Is the nation Annlo Lun. Ilanna, tnt Pulntka....." 0,019 Kenka.Tax all and more than it has aslud .
: I ILl cure foi it It strengthens stomach W. S. Mlddleton made a business Brma \\>'llo, Intorliiclieu, ,. ... ...... 8,100 Collector Wlllaid spent Tuesday for.
$9.00. 'III "111 i III)I III III ,UK IB: "llli IIIII'/ III ''III inembianes, promotes now of trip to Savannah Ga., last week Laths[ Duke, Palatka .. ... .. .. ... H.aiio afternoon at Interlachon and Home day Fulatka will be able to ,

: : SMITH'S = digestive Juices, purifies the blood. Arthur 'V. Smith was from Mabol Oootlio,Rodman"... ...." ..... H.010 was Interviewed by many' of our cit convince these men who comprise ,"
builds you up. up Lilllo O'Hni-or, Kouka .. .. ."'''' ''' Oil' I izens. Strange what a difference the management of the Jacksonville ,
$15.00 Coats for ] Home Made Sanford to spend! Sunday at home Olive Knight, Kdiinr "...... ... .."...... 3,150 there Is between people. Some let Expo-1'ulr that this city Is very much ,
i f Candy, Bee (Iniinifer for gioceries. Heat In The "Junloia" !gave a candy pulling Kdna Knowlton, I'omona .. .. "... ", 11)00) ; corners of their mouths drop woefully on the map. it
; In the city. Price alwavs reasonable. to their friends last Wednesday Blank ballot ...., ... ..' ,.. 1,100 on account of a little Increase -
$10.00. 1 Ice Cream evening at the home of Rev and Mis. Nor. \\Ullnnu, Iloatwlck "...".., ", l.ooo In their taxes. Others smiled a smile
5 You get the best grocenes at lowest Wood well, and all had a pleasant[ Stollu IIrowl1ll1R.'ranels! ...... ... .. .. leo hat exclaimed cheeifully, "gentle Notice to Tax Payers.
Hot and Cold Drinks. when trade with A. "
prices you time. men see how we are prospering! .
'I, Over Coats iii Uialngoi lit the new atoie. Went Aground to Avoid Dis Mrs.V.. D Brown, after a few The Boaid of County Commissioners
Regular J -- AR..tr."I Mrs. Drake Is still confined to the at the January meeting, recom-
WAN1LULady or gentleman of house, but her many friends hops for aster. days spent with Mrs. Brush and meded that In making my assessiients .
!> $10.00 coats for I ;ti!i Huyler Candies.L. fair f-dnentlon to travel for a line. of an early recovery. other friend.. returned to Atlanta for 11)00) I should consider the 1
,J hniiHthold<1 articles and specialties( The steamer Crescent which left Wednesday. Her husband, the Rev. Increase in value[ of orange grove
A. SMITH :Salnn& >H lid I) per day above expenses Berlin Middleton Is on the sick on Its regular up trip over two hours \v. D Brown, was for some ten years property since the freeze, and add
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El $6.50. ii4 AI(
x t l-iilittkil. l-liiililn. <<< 'OMI'INf" :\ >I D"III'born\ at Chicago\ Teacher and pupils will be glad Uolleston point about six o'clock, Years ago, the beloved pastor of ourJongieaatlonal and l proper': and for the purpose of I
ijI Illinois 12-ll-8t: to have him at school again. mid It was 12 hours later before the ( church, and Mis getting at these values, together with
t II.. HI 'III ICI III III) II',' III, steamei could resume Its trip. The Brown holds In
$11.50 Coats for j III I It ,111= III: III Dr. Hanson, of Crescent City and a very warm place ill other values oil real or personal 1
J Dr. Johnson, of Palatka, were In steamer Howard relieved the Cres- ,(the! hearts of our people. property, antI the equalizing the ,
cent of Its load, and the tug; Homer, snme, the board has named III the
\ town [last week.
professionally
$7.25. f {UNWW", "UUs\"l ffmUrWm'lmN''NI' :l. which went to the rescue pulled the Poor Farm Purchased. different localities or precincts certain .
Mrs. J. Wesley Edmonds delight Crescent Into the stream about 111. parties to aid me In this work.
I fully entertained the ladles at her in. It was nem'ly six o'clock In the It; Is reported on the best authority lo those appointed I will\ write and

$12.50 Coats for i, home Tuesday nfteinoon. morning before the reloading could I that Comity Commissioners Rogers name the time and J place for such
atka. and Alvers, who at the last
in Pal be completed and the Crescent were regular -
meeting In due time.
Bargains Slmonson of New
) Voile City, terminated a pleasant Ilia Crescent went into the ground a special committee with authority -
$7.75. visit with Mis.' M.[ I'. Erwin; and de. Tax Assessor Putnam Co.
I -,. to avoid collision with a small to close the deal, have purchasedwhat
parted Monday afternoon for Palm anncli which It met in the river and Is known as the Mallett Island

( Farm Town Property Beach which neither obeyed nor recognized farm near Florahome for the purposeof The Baptist Church.
These Coats i in
: come t i or Mrs. M. E. Krwln; visited Palatka. signals. Had Capt. Crotty nut run a county poor faun.
I /and Jacksonville Monday and Tues Into the point his boat would have Heretofore Putnam County has The "rally day" for the Baptist
:i solid black and gray i. struck the small launch and tImers Issued small wnirants each monthto jeoplo of the city In their new church .

::5 Timber Lands for Sale or Lease. I day. _ might have been a serious disaster its pauper class, and this list Is lust Sunday:: \\'IIN.nlthRt\ the pastor

::1 mixed goods. j St. James' Methodist Church. with probable [loss of life to reoor all attendance. was large and the service
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il This is a chance of j Ij : : H. DUTII.L, I'ASrOB. eye witnesses of the Incident that the paupers who elect to become county Insphing. Dr. Rogers' seimon 4
2= had number of ladles charges on compliance with tile conditions was. listened to with I Interest. The
If Friendship Clans, of St. J..mes'Snlldny auncli a
J a life time so don't school, continues to grow; it aboard, and that the party [In charge will be cured for on the olferings In cash and pledgefamount-|
,, H A. FORD II: will soon need.; a room of its own had evidently lost his head ; he was !arm. ed J to over $:IUO. All were pleased
with the rules of Under humane biisiiiesH-llke\ administration with the new chuich edifice, but
: miss it. The sale on 1 Last Sunday was the biggest\ ever at least unfamiliar
I such none moors t than those meinbeta of
I ? :: All services were good. The Juniors navigation.& Ills boat carried but an institution
I these Coats begins on hud a blgservlce; at8UOp. m. Three one (a white) light. Pussengels on would, in the opinion of many result he church and congregation who
had made sacrifice In order
personal/ -
,; were added to the chuich at the the; Crescent who were standing at in weeding out the unworthy, If any ,
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1 regular service. the; bow of the upper deck state that such there be. that the congregation might be suit-

: Gainesville :: Next Sunday the services will be they were so suit that the steamer ably housed.
I Monday !; :: Polk County, \Vaycross, as follows: would strike the [launch that they An Attractive Sale. /The will services bit follows for the coming Sunday .
as
: Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. A tinned their heads In order to avoid The January clearance sale Inauirmated Ollamm .
Sunday:: School at 10 a. in., H.
; Norwalk and Jacksonville place for all as students or vlsltois.Pleaching the horrors of the sight. As It was by the Earnest Co. last

18. I IGenuine at 11 :OU)) a. in., and 7:10 the: Crescent's' bow graced the launch week and which continues/ until by the pastor, superintendent.Rev. Edward Preaching Stanley,

[|January 1 5 Property for Sale, p.m. Junior League at 3:00 p. m. I by Capt.by *a Crotty hair's breadth of 'the Crescent Is being 8'Ltt1l'd'LY' night, the 2 Id lust., Ispiov- at 11 a. m., and 7flO: p. m. !\thormmingthm'mmme !
rj' i ; A cordial welcome to atrangera.Come. log! the most successful event of the "Our Homes;" evening subject -
commended here for the manner
kind ever given by this enterprising "The Uient Scheme of Human
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will trade dis
he avoided
Come early and get or In which Impending\ Ooiipany.'I'he anthems .
: Redemption.( SpecIal by
::.: Coming Amusements Events. aster. No one has been able to locate store hag been crowded all the the newly organized chorus choir, -
:j one as they won't last j For Palatka Property.UWWMMMAMMWMMW. the Identity of the .Inunch.thouJ.h week and the volume of business >nd by Miss Ida Lelb The public Is
I: : Manager Howell has been doing It Is 'supposed! to have been lone has been tremendous. The
ooldially Invited to all these services. I
something in the line of securing\ one of the numerous craft of that
:1; long at these wonderful people have come to know that an
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: tractions that will attract for the character owned at descent City [.earnest Company annoncement of

< low prices.Remember t j ;;P\.... ....IV- ...' } weeks.Howell Theater during the next few t that It was It was circulated Tom Russell's heie yesterday launch These bargains. announcements means just ALL are II' always SA YS. It Happens So Every! Time.

First on the program Is u three bur this Is nut the case. Russell backed with the and the Mr U. L. Knight:, one of the originals .
: also that | otA" C night and !'!Saturday' matlnne engagement was a passenger on the Crescent up goods of the Florahome colony in thla ,
for January 21, 22: .ind.28 with and was n. ItnesH of the all ilr I from prices.Those who have not taken advantage Bounty and for several years one of '

:'I beginning Saturday, j> .... :: ,, :, booh... rD .'- the popular Four Pickerts company the deck of that boat of the [latest olTerlngs of this the most prominent citizens of the _
\ r W n" I., ,h.. T In a repertoire of modern plavn. ----- -- place, and owner of the hotel, tookit
Jan. DOl'S I b. a.' pl. ......'.. .. company, honld read the announcement into his head like two ..
: 16th, and lasting '" 1II..d .d d. ... I It,. This company always draws big IJie Woman's Club. which appears this week on something! -
h0111
'lOr. In your...... ...Ii" ..d ..1".. houses In Palalka for the reason last years ago that he had made. a nils- ,
: until Feb. ist, we will : .d...... W.Wn..". ,.,"...,..... hi. ,..... that I hey awln'AlutHeAt.[ The regular meeting (If the W F. our page.Ocklawaha take In coming to Florida; that be ,
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I, ,, ''oth.w..ld. ... b. 27th will be "Peck and could do better in the west or north. .
1 A'" Th.I............1..... h ,0'" 8.. AII.n'. Go. On January U. was held) last Friday afternoon at Season Opens.
:1:1 give D.ol P. ". II, THE FRANKLIN-rURNiR 1.0.. 6 .7I'.y IIl. Mother-in-Law Abroad." three o'clock. III spite of the Inclement west He packed up and went
.'\ .... Then on February" 1:1: and 8d the weather the attendance' wasunusually The season of tourist trips up the away. Has been In Kansas, and .
-. ,,..., ,_.,.._._--. Mabel Paige\ company has been large. picturesque Ocklawaha river wasopened Oklahoma.. and up Into Alberta the .
j 300 Voteson booked. This Is another popular After the routine business was attended by the Hart Line Wednesday Biltish( North America. That's ISf
-. f'.s. company with Palatka and Jacksonville to Uev. Mr. Wyllie of sr. when the steamer Mlawatha great country-at least If there Is
; Vx theatergoers. Mark's church entertained his hearers left on its Initial hip with a good any truth in the newspaper account ,f
j the Piano for every ", m \ "Hooligan\ New York" Is bookedfor with H most instructive and interesting compliment of passengers. This and the literature sent out bj pro.
\ '0' and CarnationHAT the Howell on the night of February \ sketch[ of the life and trip Is one of the most scenic and altogether (- moters. .I
dollar's worth of ; Rose Oth. works of John Milton, the blind poet. delightful altouled tourists It was while [In this western country I
The audience was very appreciative In Florida. and each season seems to that Mr. Knight's thoughts( rt-
I goods purchased at : I' vy A Leup In th. Dark. and gave Mr. Wyllie a rising Increase its charm. The Hart line varIed to Florida, and the innru h..
I PINS historic use of the expression "A vote of thanks for this literary treat. steamers alford accommodations' that saw of the noithwest the mom his

: our store, or for every i loop In tho dark" was made In parliament It was announced from the chair satisfy travelers as to comforts of thoughts reverted. I

; when Loid Cranbourne used it that Miss Anna Hurt of !St.: Augustine sleeping quarters and pleasures of I Mr. Knight never was apiodlgal,
dollar paid on ac- had given[ her permission to the table. and he never had to feed on husk
Made from the Real Flower, \,/ In description or comment on Disraeli VV. F. C. to use her beautiful lot on lunches, but like the prodigal son of i
I counts. A I "1i" 'a reform bill of 1861. But that Is River Elt., for a ,,",'k. Ihls lot will The Pure Food LAW. the Scriptures he thought of the .

by no means the origin, although such accordingly soon bot put In older for WIls "One of the pleasant homeland In the south and
n :
1 it' $1.50 1 to $2.50. ''I a claim! has been preferred It has that purpose.It objictn Secretary of the law> Is flays to Inform the consumer especially when he began to reflect

been ascribed to tlobbes "tba Levin- was unanimously[ decided that of the presence of certain harm- that his Florahome tenant was harvesting ,
Feernside r than" when about to die, la 1070, and the '\V F. C. withdraw from the ful drugs [lu medicines." The law re. fit) bimhels of corn to the eon
A' Sent on receipt of price. \ Is hold to be among. the last words of piano contest.-1'KhHB' HEPOKILB quIres that the amount of chloroform, on his own rich' muck land, he Dually

A.., / that great thinker In the full form. opium morphine, and other habit formIng said himself., "I" will arise and
I refunded.91 "Now I am about to. take my last voyage Lame Shoulder. drugrbe stated on the label of each chase myself back.

A' If not satisfactory money a great leap In the,lIark." It Is This Is a common form of muscular bottle. The manufacturers" of Cham- Ha la now In r lorohome keeping .
A. $ rheumatism.\ No Internal t treatment U berlaiu'a Caught Remedy have always the hotel and In the sweet springtime
Clothing also cited as "I am going to take a
will In hU We "
A needed. Apply Ch..mberaln'e.lolmeot, claimed that their remedy dlil. not contain put crops. are
vV great leap Into obscurity. yet with
of itU '
freely twice a day and a quick cure Is any ot these drugs, and the truth, of awfullygfad /
the snmo ascription to tlobbcx. Bart- I Ie of the best
L Knight one
A claim I I. fully no
The Jeweler certain. This liniment bus proven e- this now proven aa
SMITH lott somcvtlmt blindly ascribes It to pectdliy valuable for muscular and miintlon of them Is made on the. label. "crackers" that ever mimi:. out of
A NX Rabelais III "Motteux's: Life" In the ohronlo rheumatism, and Is sine to give This remedy Is not only one of the Kansas to settle In Florida, Ilo'abur
Go. I.' \f} form, "I am jimt! going to lean Into tbe qtilolc roltef. Chamberlain's. Liniment afqat, but one of the beat In use for Kind of people. But be never daoldea -
dark." and cites the French. "Je m'en la .also most excellent for apralna. and coughs and colds Ita value baa been that a. good thing i* a !good

,t Palatka, Florida. I.w vay cbercber un grand pent-etre," In bruises. Frlce 25 cents ; large Ue lit) proven beyond question during tbe thing until after he baa InTestLjnted -
and found that
which there Is neither the leap nor tba cents. For sale by Aokeunaa-Stewart many years It haa been In general use. other tblnga\ they are

i Palatka Fla. I Ieccef ffo! Cork; at nlL-Pearson's Weekly. Drug Co. For sale by Ackerman-Btawart Drug Co, not ao good. _

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THE PALATKA NEWS The Calvin Celebration. The Human No...

Presbyterians the world over will Tbe human nose Is no apologetic '
4 and Advertiser. What State Editors are Saying jjjj jjjjHn this year celebrate the 400 annlver- pimple compared with the mugnlflcent '

of the birth of John Calvin the A. Go.
,
Entered at the Palatka pontofllceas Hiiry organ of tbe horse or dog. Our sense WI lilerryday

mallable matter of the lecondclass. mi iism i''''mi mini HIH I;n nun I nimuiiii I !mm:llIlrlI'i:iffl father of PrpsbyterlntilBin.stl.. the Suwan- of smell Is, when contrasted wltb our
Tho annual of
I'' )
: New Buildings at Rolllns- neo. Presbytery will b.. held In Palntkn sight and bearing singularly undlscriminating. '

The trustees of Holl Ills College In April npd a cnmmltteo of the We can arrange sounds Vlf ? Dealers lu

. P Pibllshed at Falatka. Fla., on Winter Park, Intvu Utiueil Invltx'Ions Presbytery wj.. lust your appointed into series Wo know E Is between D -- I II

I Fridays byRUSSELL" to the ceremonies attending to arrange a pl'ollram and secure and F. We appreciate octaves and
VICKERS. he dedication of Carnegie and Chase. speakers fur the Calvin celebration. harmonics. the .Shoe Crate Materialof
Similarly
put
Halls, the new buildings of the col- which U to be held III connection we can I 1
lego. 'The dedication exercises will with the Presbytery.Thin colors Into order decide upon tbe .
mm. A. RUSSELL. Editor occur the aftvinoon tuul evening of committee\ linn selected the amount of blue In a purple' and get $3 $3.50 $4

February IS. following subject and have the almost to emotion at the sight of a all Kinds.

The Tallahassee True Democrat The (occasion will be an auspicious promise of the following speakers : white star in the blue of a summer

gives\: six reasons why Senator Jos one for the college and for education Calvin the Man and HIs Times twilight or'cf the amber sunlight TT lake all kinds of women

H. Humphries should be thlo next in Florida., Hollins. I I. the oldest< Kev. H O. Heeil D. U., LL. D., Columbia glinting between the blades of grass. A to make a world and all Fruit and. 1m
college[! In the Htato
president of the Semite-anil they and within four 3. (1. Itut tIlls| serial arrangement this sort them. I
Dr. ". of shoes to please
yeitra William I" JlIILok man, Ito PrptiPiit Dny UalvlnUni-Bev. ,V. l kinds m
ing and selective choice Is entirely be-
J are all !good. president, has raised over $;jotttsi) H. Dodge, I>:!>. Ooaln. '
for the I nati < yond our rudimentary senses of smell. all ba uitcd with I
t u t llll. Thin i money Is In Oiilvhi'n: Contribution to Church Still they can ,
\ Now LhzetUov. Napoleon Broward the nature of a rr'e gift to tlin educalonul Poltty-Hev. Tboa, J.>. Hay D. D., To us tbe Idea of tbe scent of tbe "QueenQuiJity" hoes-.o Vegetable"Wraps.

".; has come dowu "oll'ii, the perch" Ills advancement of the youth ol (iaiiieav life.Calehit's violet being a rich harmony or tbs line. .
dAm for every member of the stale Floitdn. Pi-Hsidunt Jtliiukimm has Uontrlbiillon to Kducallnnal suggestion that tbe frying of onion is varied and complete it the I

"' who ha the temerity to dlmt- iiborml worthily and well and I ho doierves I l't'ugreaa-l'rof. John 1. Mc- a discord or that patchouli and tbe '
press the highest prnlnv. Tho two Ciiin Ph. D, DueVest., H. Ii.aivlii's now mown bay are pleasant things Indifferent We are suiting more women 1 I
o gree with him won't amount to itny II low buildings I to bu dedicated ,next the Political because
(' Contribution( to them day
times nnd keys sounds utter with every
i I'r.: more than an ordinary "Unkusdam. iion11)t are among t hu bust for college luvuloiinuttt) of the World '
nonsense. Our noses are entirely too day.
In the Uouth. Florida their reputation every
purposes : grows
lion 'liiintuphnr MatliOHon Oalnea- I
! L' Mould l be proud of Ilo'illns: andFloildlnns villa. dull to effect the analyst' necessary. :, Palatka Florida.

t 1'"lIl1hl\so.e should never lire In exerting before scents can be distinguished OS "Queen Quality" will retain its ,
The Baptist people: Of these itnlnentHpimkors Hev. L.
have been elated by the Information behalf.-their Tampa bent'lii Ihniie.Broward Influences. In its H. livnn, pastor the church here complex and sorted and recombined sons hope longer than any other k}I \
to be made an aesthetic pleasure.
;, that Oov. *Gilchrlxt will\ worship si a Man- says;Dr.: Reeil Is the teacher, of Church! London Globe. ready made shoe. Try it once. 1IB g @ r@"I
them! Thc .
; with governor suys While (lIe .Record has. not endorsed History In tile theological seminary -
r he Is not a member of liny church many of the policies advocated by I at Columbia and will present his subJect -

t' but that as his mother I Is a Baptist lloveruor, Broward It believes that In a scholarly yet popular. man-- Herbert Crook'

,:, he will attend church with her. name of the panels of the state are ner. The
I 100 virulent and bitter in their con- "Dr. McCain Is.. Princeton gradu.te Cough ofConsumption
There are some younger men and tinned attacks on him. While the ,. -the teacher of literature. In KrsklneCollege Palatka Fla

boys in the state who would do well governor will not, native. from ulllce nt Doe Went, where be r

to follow the governor's example and a very popular. chief executive It has held. professorship for 25 years. ,
: to church with mother." can be mild. of him I that he is an honest I lie Is not only an expert In his own
.0 IIIHII. end has noji); grown rich Ine. but has lmen a. careful. student
from holding otlloe as is charged of educational problems and progress .
'
of Volu-
Alexander I
Hon. James E. the committee lLLk LiLgLkt: ; 4JIJ4irn
against a former governor. As a and congratu- will tell that
Your doctor
ala has come out square-footed forwo. private citizen nothing can be sliid lutes Itself oil securing h 111I. you pLet

man suffrage. Acooritlnn to the Tallahassee Hgaltmt liroward. He hits many "The othols who have n place. on fresh air and good food are u u us know your pU The Reign of Health

True Democrat "Jeems" noble qualities and 'linn uiiqueHtlonibly the program are well and favorably the real cures for consumption. Ill
known to the people of our city and
been on the moral Hide of all (
i' has employed a woman for his private But often the cough is
very
;'Btlons ulfectlng the"pence and withal a rare" treat Is In store for our

', secretary and has promised a lieppliteas of tile people-DeLand people." hard. Hence we suggest that | Grocery Health should always be safeguarded
lot of clerkships In the coming leglS'lature Record.
you ask your doctor about r 1
1 to women. "Jeems" Is a eitn.. Hot Saoiah. zealously and jealously at
Chief Justice Whitfield's Career taklnq Ayer's Cherry :
your... : ; :
V dldate for the speakershlp of the/ Ju.UcoVh'uIl) ld has had an IntereBting the The porridge young wife and smiled dipped Inquiringly the India Into at Pectoral. It controls the tickling Wants p all times. Disease is continually

house of representatives, simply as a find highly succeHsful CIII'eer.Ir l:: "
L stone to the governorship we remember correctly, one of thelirat the overnight guest quiets the cough. : trying to start an insurrection and
r stepping! poiiltloiis he held was that. or 'Will' you have some hot Scotch Mr. and wo will be plenaod to :P;

four years hence when he hopes to county Juellof l"eon county, a POB-| Hash?"'sItu asked. publlab.our rormulM with the best :Pq :i overthrow your g9od health.
furnish
; have the assistance of the women. lon which was. afterwards filled by Dnsb laughed. 1.w. ) from Wa bnnUh ourmedtoloMurga. nlefthol you .

t iie father. Litter he was elected "Hot Scotch? Where, Is it?" said he. yO' w :jou:. ;: goods obtainable at surprisingly ,
Sheriff Turner of VoluslH. county. clerk of the supreme court, and heldthU 'Why, hero, of course" said the < .O :..s .!jr l:: low prices. ::J '
: : t position for a tIll tO ber of :
t .
who retired from olDce on the Cthinst. years. .
wlfo In n perplexed tone.Didn't
He this young :q:: I Ig
,
roslgned None First-elasa
position dining but goods
j J' after a continuous service of 12 Governor liloxham's you know that oatmeal iseahied Out of Ayer's Pills nt bedtime will causein KIDNEY CURE

t: years was himself once seriously for tile IU\'lO-e of resuming adillitlist the ration active \ hot Scotch?" increased flow of bile, and produce a find shelf room here. We
laxative effect the following.
wounded and had three deputies practice of law but hu. was out "''Ur:: -I"- Dnsli stammered' and then ;I'lrmuli"ntlo on each box." Show dny it to your want to convince YOII or't.h i., i:: I Is a preparation everyone oil or young

killed under him. Mr. Turner was a of olllclal harness for only a few the young Inmband caught his eye, and doctor. He 'understand\ at tj !j
a glance.
f1 weeks when he was culled Into the ho was silent. so come and see fur yourself, needs at this time of. the: year to fortify

I ; brave and conscientious officer, and to Cabinet by Governor JJIoxham's np- "I didn't know It myself till last -Dut oni h y pill toll 1'at. a.bedtime.Also Co.,Lowalt.Mess1lblIlIliIgaL or, phone your order m to t: against cliscnrs t'l.it racy Le lurking in the

retires a comparatively poor man ointment of him.fls state treasurer yenr." she cxplnlncd. "I beard George tJ No. 84 ami it will receive tn dose of Rexall
Cvery
u'l\ ,.
I t engage! In orange culture and general lie was elected at the, Jacksonville. tystem \ "
Inviting his cousin over the telephone : I w mni'.w n :lL'1iiiljrIl, : :
convention for a full tirni. of four and careful Attention. disease much
farming. Speaking of these things to meet him at tho office and hnve a l"I prompt Kidney Cui3 lomovci to
yearn, but before the end' I of this teiui l"I
the'VolusIa County Record observes: lie resigned to accept the positionof hot Scotch. I didn't know what hot Our Dignified i = 'It furlhcr ('or.i you.
r 7 "We have often wondered there Scotch was till told did I. J
why attorney-general tendered him by you me
Free Bottles COco J $1.00.
delivery. Two :Size L=
Governor Jennings. He served George? ju
f" Is such a scramble for the olllce of usattorneygeneral .
Credit System :
sh rltl, a dangerous position to holdat for about n year, George very red answered huskily:
and resigned this to accept the position "No denr." "
all times." my Has broken down old fooling | L.C.Stephens \ Ackerman-Stewart
of justice of tIle supreme court. Laughing nt )her own ignorance, the the III Drug Co.
J [n Jnnunrv' 1IKIG) he won ehoson to against tbe "Inotallmnlit
--- -- Indy proceeded to serve the thick pnle "
i Governor Ullchrlst's father ran for be chief J justice, but only held tin business" and today we number u .
Lot Scotch.-:Now Orleans Times-Dem- P -
;. brigadier general of militia in 1BIK position a short time ns his term .:1. among our customers people = Grocer,
for which he was appointed WHS for ocrat. In all the professions, as well ;t rU
;:: on 'the democratic ticket his opponent only a short time.-Peiimicoia. News. i1 as the great army of wane earners .. KIrby ana ulorile Streets, :J ,

being a whig. He and his opponent Vicissitudes of a Picture. ... for whom It was originally
t
\ being extremely wealthy Florida's Exposition-Fair. The vldsslluUus of Leonardo da "'I designed. iI Palatka, Florida.For ROUghand )

:) men for those times made it a moat Next Wednesday. J an. \liDlh! -lest Vinci's picture "Last Supper" reminds We'll furnish your home com !II LUMBER
of the plete and you can TAKE A Dressed
than one week from todllY-lIl1llks a correspondent strllngeexportencl's .I
& spectacular and exciting campaignand o aaa r. r.rr r.r r. r.
't WHOLE YEAR to for it.
the formal opening of the Florida" at Holbein's "Fluid of the pay ,
r.:' In interest It overshadowed all Kxposltlou-Falr. at Jacksonville and Cloth of Gold," wblch .may bo seen .. It It Is convenient for you to JI! --- - --

of the candidates. for other ofllcus, and (he occasion will beyond doubt beth any dny at Hampton Court palace. i.i pay for It In GU days we'll give .. I I''

everything was centered on It. General most billllant. of Florida's, his After the dowufull of Charles 1., Cromwell "" you a Cash Discount of 15 percent I"! BUILDINGIi MATERIAL r
New and
liberal Up-to-Date
tory. Governor Alb..rtV. OllehilH, or a correspondingly ..
Ullchrist contracted .
pneninonl In order to rnlso funds proposedthe
= discount at time within ,
will I formally I open the Kxponltlon I al any
from exposure In the campaign and tile noon hour prior to which a magnlflo sulo of ccrtulu pictures this among. the Installment period pOur Furniture and

died before the result of the election I nt pageant. Including I military I I the number. The bargain was already .great success Is due U House Furnishing Goodsat Prices. Write the

was made known.-Ocaliv Banner. companies, will I I 1 pang through the made but ,,bou the nould be purchaser 0 largely to tho fact, that we .-
t
'" streets of the city. Products exhlb como to Inspect Holbein's mmtorploce .. guarantee very low prices SqUieW"L

if Sunday's' Tampa Tribune con Itid by not less than twenty coun be discovered tbnt the bend j ber; Company
Go to
I tallied 48 pages and was I Issued 1 IIIK ties and cities will be ready for Injpecllon of Henry VIII. hud been cut from thecanvas. Everything as Represented ,
by the thousands of visitors
,
Ha naturally withdrew his
three sections, two of which wen Including tourists from other states 4 or Money Refunded, f
offer and the picture wus preserved R. S. I 'Phone No.
Mooney 111. Palatka Florida.
and features
:'l chiefly devoted to a comprehenslvand HinuseiiH-nt of u chiHH ,
,never before brouirht south will lend to the nation. On tbe restoration a U Don't buy elsewhere until ,

ft.M valued exposition of the resources additional pleasure to the occasion nobleman confessed to having committed gt yru have seen my goods. M I'ul.itkii, lot-Ida. t

of DeSoto county. It was 0 A brilliant social event will be the the theft for love of art and his '
: great paper, and one that has opened opening ball which will occur In I the country and bo returned tbe missing J. H.Yelverlon, Jr g --- !'!tulingfills: River Front, foot of Third Street. ;

1 the eyes of the people of Bisection Immeime auditorium I constructed ispeclnlly bead, which now occupies Its original 6iO Lemon Htreot, Undertaking!; and Embalming.

1':: to the wonderful growth and advnnt for the occasion within tin position lu tbe cauvns. Tbe circle ., *" m m : '"
Pnlaae of .
IndUHtiles, and will Inused PALATKA FLORIDA.
DIode by the knife Is still plainly visible. ,
of this The Trl
ages great county. In future year for other, greet' .-London Chronicle. Bemomber, that with r THE PALATKA -- ---
{ bune will next attempt a write up of uutherlngs.. (Jnmtore'n '\01'ld.rI\1I101l. j every

Manltee whose shoul band numbering sixty pieces, will county people .
furnish music and Governor UII. $101) 1!own I'll. $WU.) U count at our stole we give a u r: .", f.'I' OC OI'l o.,.", ,,"' ,,,, ,c:
"
,i.; rally to Us support and get all that chrUl I will i I I lead the 'flue ivMlornof thli wilt bo ticket for votes In the Great. T] :
grand march imper pleatfnil fcnnrn [ "i- nf il
is possible In the way of benefit I'he KxpoHltlon-FuIr;; will I i I I 11 I that there. I IH nt leattt One drendud. : dmouHQ m Piano Contest. !W
con run
', from this the most beneficial advertlslng until Much :BOHi.! It will ba held, (hat atrt fclum-o., ninl hnfl Hint boon lit Gittarih nlilo to .halls.Ira In Catnrrh nil. lieS 4ia.mt\\ : "ini.nii. .mi ,w,'inumiuiiiiMit, I'riaigni:' ; 111 Bottled Soda 'Water of All Flavors.HENRY :!ti I Cypress Shingles ][
I IH..M
strictly under the Ohio H
: / niipptees of tin tho only pimluvo mire now known Ui .lrbeiil.. '
U.
.lOill"
Jaiksotullle Hoard of Trade, not lie nixilioal fiittornlly. Catarrh belnic. n oontltntlol i'

ti., The Florida Times-Union waited a one penny of gain I will I I I be derived .t ivatniout( ,HI levine Hull. ,Cntairli roMtllrea. Ultra A onnKlltullnnar li. titkon. Inornnlly Miss Kate L. Lucasis kilO For Weather-boarding. |
, therefrom, and It should bu n
,,/ : patron aCtual directly nrioti the bltiod nndniu i
time to circulation
; long make a used by every citizen: of Fiori,[IL. rt.by flitylntr la.I "
but when It did I t the r make
statement one tu tho t allnnt Hlrt'imlli. by bulldlnif up thoinmtltullnn closing out At cost U Some of the very best houses are weather- ]i
"' a few days since its Infoi illation win Rum on the Run. ,",,1 nKfilHiliifi' Outturn in iloluu 'its Jt
The liquor IlIt"I..tH-lrOIll tin work 'I I ho I.r"pl..loloia. linvono" tnnuli nth, In In all Ladies Misses : boarded with Shingles.
) and
complete In detail and was sworn to. .'"IIII'.I'"woo that Iliuv' offer Ono Hundredlollars They always look well .A
., The statement shows a dally average doggery to the trust-have fought 1 for....v oa.e lInt, It faiU, to cure. Head and need
the prohibition movement nt every" or ll-t of uii.tiili.uliabnst4iIri5 Childrens i no Painting, which Is a great saving. J jl:
circulation for the year ending ntep. They used every art known to U 3. CHtNEV: & CO, Toledo O. .

t"!,:. December 81, 1008, of 13,703 copies, practical politics. They tried tin Bold by ]pnwulHta'. jirlui,7w.: SCHOOP, Prop. >t We make Shingles 20 Inches long which are &
Take 0,1!!
, 1 and a Sunday average covering the campaign, the of gum brass shoe band and still nnd hunt skyrocket Vuinlly I'llln oonallpatton Winter Underwear. Palatku. KlurnliiDonkey's I. t: the best for this purpose. Write for prices. i jf

same period of 15,768. An occaMona Where Visiels Capslzo

.: authenticated statement of this kind and the got harddiive whipped.and III the tlin sort beginning rJpdlll- The enpvUIng of n lennel Frequontly tied lip ton Also all Kid Gloves going --- N. J. f

,.,t, from a business In which the people they fought the placing any tax pier Is common enough; In the buy at and below Cost Chicken Tilghman & Sons, 1

: generally. have dully relations cannot I whatsoever upon liquor They of Pundy anti Its tributary streams. ,

r., be other than. Interesting, the fought license every; they proposition fought tile to Sunday-Increase: Tim usual lice mul fall,, of the lido And everything in the Remedies :t, Palatka Florida. 5 ll'll't

I : Patrons like to know that the affairs. 'closing laws; they fought In California nlong (that buy nro from forty to fifty Notion line that )* XX- ,2 ;";;",;,;,;;,,,,,,,,,......-. -
,:.. of the house with which they are for their inalienable right to sell feet, nnd high titles sometimes exceed I you e ee ;?*X$ gg 8g &!#xx*xl

doing business Is successful. They whisky to minors and to knowi Hlxty feet. AVIth tho full of tho tldo nil desire at the
drunkard, They fought the Five may very I .. __ __ __ .__
: curious craft left 'h
are naturally that nro high but
regarding by no moan -
I Mile laws: fought and beat local 1- : -
I ,. point. And when their curiosity bas, lion; they fuj'tht ytatwlde prohibition op dry with nn area of chocolate colored lowest prices. If you + '"-+ +::==- --=--.::. r

been satisfied, they naturally. feel They are now llurhtlng, tooth mud nil nbutit them. Tills mud is too in need of -=== JU tnaJ"Xl.: ::Ib.aJ: ;:.
are
::;: like congratulating the managers ont and toenall, against the law proposed Hliifllnif to Ijold n vessel! III safety so any- PALATKA. acy I II
in, Congress that the Federal (Gov each plor Is l proiUli'd with one or more I FLORIDA.
their success That Is just the thing in this line call
way ,'rllm..nI8hllll no longer Issue Inl..rnnl strong wood frames" called aliens, Uxcd I Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
, ,. the News' feels regarding the Times' lice
'
revenue lies III
Cotilliliiijtieitwhere at (ho bottom of the stream bny. and from
.... Union. May it continue to increase.It the sale of liquor! is prohibitedby Cpnn these, shoes nil vessels or rest at purchase PRESCRIPTIONS Patents. I
Is really Florida's local law. They lire now fighting OAREFUL.L.Y OOMPOUN06D.(
greatest d..llyi stock
low tide It frequently happens how. this and it will
p to tun In tn I n Uncle Sam:! s partnership FIIESIIGARDSNSEED: .
; and like wine Is Improving with age, with the blind tiger wherein th crcr. that a VCHHC! does not get her '- .::.. .:... .+ AIJ801ll MaUor e"enoblp Lies .
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-
.i. The ciraulation statement also shows shoo save you money.A L. _J:;
the majesty of the United States Is snugly cii no to spenk and If a

: It to have the largest paid olrculii held up as a shield to the dive strong wind comes wlipn she Is thus Kennerly's Seed Store .-. .- -. -. -

tlon of any newspaper III the state. keeper and a protection to the out III balanced. over she goes Into the specific for pain-Dr. ThonissKoleccrlo --- r :\\of law.. At practically every step they mud to be burled forty-live feet under Oil strangest chtapesr HITE'S: 8 U. LOPIK BAll.r4 'J. WAI.TIII 11(1.1,1 i i >aD

: A gentleman representing the have been b..tell.'fhorolllfhly. tbe next rising title liniment ever devised. A household I I For the President 8009.and Tr -
aroused at Inst to the remedy In America for ii5 years.. BestWOOD
liquor Interest. of Jacksonville has danger that threatens their trade Cream Vermifuge The G Co

made the open boast that Putnam he brewers and wholesalers are beginning HOME Most people say that we have the Loper Bailey
county would return to the licensed to announce. general home ENDORSEMENT. BKST: BUl'TKB In the city. We I

saloon cleaning. They sny-In arttcuto take their word for It-A. Uralnver. Fire Insurance:
system when the time ar- G THE GIURINTEEO I
mortis-that they want to put the l
Hundreds
1 rived for the next election. It may dive out of business and of I'alatka Citizens U. M. J. loaded shells nil sizes of :

be, but such result will not be obtained trnda respectable. Laudable keep, their but Can roll You All About It. shot--&',, 6'. and !smokeless and I\ A3 WORMREMEDY In the city, Leading American and Foreign

without a struggle. This late. Years ngu all good people Homo endorsement the publlo expression black powder, at A. Qralnirers'. I cut
would hnve welcomed the brewers'aid of Palatka people, should be evidence any length Companies
county has had a taste of decency 111 stifling th. dlv.. Now they boyond dispute for every Palatka NOTICE. I send
and Is beginning to enjoy It, and the will attend to the job, themselves, reader Surely the experience of friends your order to :
Notice I. hereby given that the Accident Insurance
voters will not easily be persuadedto asking permission neither of the dive and neighbors cheerfully given by them, Asnual Meeting the stockholdersof 'v. \v.
return to a system of |pgall/i tie- keeper nor the brewer. And they will carry more weight than the utter THE Balnbridge'sNew
CHILDREN'S
Wilson Hartford
the
Cypress ofPnlalks.
will do It In their own good and anoes of strangers residing In far away company FAVORITE TONIC.IWARC Thai Travelers: of :
bauchery. And then. an election I I. way Fia, for the year 11WU will Wood
time.-Harris Dicksou in the January places Read the following : Of IMITATION*. Yard
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not so easily obtalued. It Dr. O. listos dentist, be held at the ollloe of the company TMI INUINK pscam... OHLV
requiresa Circle MagazineIMmliivromlliiioit Guy living at mt
... Life Insurance:
In Palatka FI. on Wednesday Ballard-Snow at
Stanton's
petition of one-quarterof the qualified 113 8 Third street Palatka, Flit., says: Liniment Co. I
itl-i'mcil immacti I is like "I procured Doan's Kidney I'lllfl at J Feb. 8rd 1000 for the election of directors aT. Lou., MO.
voters of the county and It Is in iitliiK monuy I Into it l'O"krlIIIt lioleit. The and such other business as The "OermaniaLife"
U. Foundry Old Reliable
ioliu) I* lout. All IIH iitliieKiM'N' for llaiigliton's drug store and used Hold: and recomm > ,
doubtful If nothing before the < iiil '\U
sutHcleiit meeting.F. >
WHITE come : by
very is.hun MiomoiniHJh. 1 lit illHaimiff,. with I tint till:::iod I Irguii them for pains In my back which bad may
'. HEN can be found In Putnam. county ,, of illH-itliin and" nutrition, tho fnoil troubled! me for some time. It required H. VViMow, Becy Ackerman & Stewart. Phone 40. York
which It Into III.l .. of New
Fla. Jan.
tint largely l t Thoniurl Palatka 4th 1909.INotlce.
who will but I the use ol one box to lIve me relief I
assist the NEGROES in Ion U oxtnirtuU' from I I.. '1 i'ilsbodyiC weak -
the -.n. .1 l the blfuxl 1m po."." ".". and I am glad l to say that. I have not suffered IS"'
m..klnlup requisite
nu.mber. '1'IIH pouket run IM nuMtiUul. Tha Mtomnah I I fronr kidney trouble since I European Restaurant .!rnrTPmFm.TTr.atisfaction Marine Insurance:
',
an""IM cured 'lIn,
.. The petition will be public property Htnrllnic mRdlctno for tho .
,
recommend
Doan's ,
heartily
Kimuah and bliHKt Doctor "1'lorco' oltitin Kidney The annual meeting of the Stockholder .
I once It Is filed and the News here Mutllcul, I bltt-overy, ACtM with) pnatillitr pr..niu.aceaui Pills as a remedy of merit." of the Balden Cypress Door Furnished Rooms, Guaranteed.

and now gives notice that If such a n >n.lower It U on A the l'"arcane live loire. of tor dlinumon almost, andnulrlllf all For sale by all dealers. Price CO cent. Company will be held at thft office of Hot and Cold baths To. all our patron( : we also fttvo The LeaUimR Companies

petition' Is filed. It will publish the dlHOnlunof' thee nrintnH.unit elite Kino slick Foster-MKburn Co., Buffalo, New York the company in Palatka, Florida, on AtCHAS vtu., whim' )uii,wt Jour uun you anil prompt Ixfukiltli .
lneanwi of tha heart blotitl. llrar work ana III '
Htid olhurruiiiiw >ole
Friday February Cth I90U at 10 sad Claims Promptly
SuwliiK
list of names In full. The people MI. hatuthoir. eniMa In Aweak or 01'1' sole agents for the United! States. airing l1..n. at MaoUln All
o'clock In the forenoon.UEO.
seal t onnilltlon of the utomaoh.
will want the list as a matter of Dr._Pierre* Pleasant PalleM Cure conntlna.jon Remember tile Dame-lioao _Oil B. SKLDEJJ I KUPPERBUSCH'S E. O. EARLS Settled.

Btwt. ..,el"anlo.nnns gentle luaU"., two or Ibraa. Sari ake: no other. President. Palatka. W. lway; Pieces I our ,
C pRtron -
u. w*cen pleM
0tl Com Sal Ma Ii,, Hnro mlMir. .DMo.. is PALATE "*
rM(, pAi'.tk* plorld 4lt b moa rront (St.,
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Crescent City Hews (lays Miss.this JesKle That week ISurton, she with has spent friends many couple In warm Palatka. fFL RIOf Sr- COAST RAILWAYLOCAL


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Weather Iclopt.Cronmrentoitytemlroratmmrefor "lends theri' Is seen by her hand i TIMB CARD No. 77. Effective
some voto III the News' piano PorLameness< January 5, 1909

In Jmmnuury.:: mItt, ;, 111051 lho week ond. a vote that would grow contest I No. 09 No. 88 No, 83 No. 2\1\ M AIN L INC No, 75 [No H )10. 88 J x.mo, us
percep DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY
Holiday tibly. If DAILY J DAILY DAILY J DAILY
Max. Mln her fild' ,
For for for In this place -U to un3 20 pin 811 00 am 7 00 am Lr. .JsokamvlimjJ1, usa 7 .10 flu Tl5'ii
pin
.nJa. lInrYd'a... m. e p. m. 01'. m. U 21 liv. would bear her In mind when making to 00 plO 480 I iii. 1110 11m II 110 sin L", .NI.AiuutIo../. 0 10 pill 0 110 inn pin 10'2 am pm 7 08 am
110 07 II'J (07 11 4S pun II sa 1"0 11 tS7 am 0 4U aiim L". .Niet. 1'"I.lka L"
his 0 15 8 40
8. .. purehiisusof 1'10 pm II 47 aim 0 14 cia
Snnilily. oil 7, the five mm
] firms
hopped' 4. Mondny. no in 7: "07''* 73 TO 'AM iii' out, the vol log ticket giving Horses I 'iiiam; 'Gt 'jiii t pin: ii'ir7'..LvUotoi;,,, ,:: : .. pi;;' 4 SbSpum us pin: 'SS4sm' 'n ;
especially]] B. 'fll..lly.. (Jim i; \ : t 86 am I 06 pm 1 48 pin i Sho am L... 21
841
V lmvo an ,II., 'l'h".la tVoiIsm.iiiy. )... ,. fill 512 .,a,Ise'*! % i\\ % Lots of pHnplii hnvo l boi-n coming I U a 14 mum sun sin 8 7 4 851 pn pun: : : pm min: IH pu In: f;;::.New,' i :: 'me 17 u.n pin:', 8 iT pm pin: XJi'8 82.(' am alii :4 451 iS am 50

due, diBplayoHIighOrade 8. II'rltl..v.! .. elm /.8 B &\ H HI (down fi'nm (;ii lCiIg() nnd the northwest .... ..... ......... .... ... ..'. ::1111"" I........( Ornuud.X.v.. .47 pm I"tii .a so pm.. .cmii.. ...25. .cia...

Stationery In Boxes. ?. WILLIAMS.. Obrnrrvnr.E during I ihn ,I'IIKt week headed .a.mm.nia. .U.ii. pin. .5.61 pm. mm 9 flU 15: un pin.: Lv.Lv.:::Eti k ,: ::: :J : pm i.e:: .1 40 pun' .6.me,ama, .1.4 .ama

.... .... ... .. .. .... ... .. .
.
for 800 I'm 1.v., .) iii, .
Together with a .choice St. Jnlins I'urk, at the head. of Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. 002cm mlmopm 605pm, iiOOpinLV..FtL'ucrce .LvPGiOam' am ll-lIan .420sm........ I ii.... .... ..

.................... Luke Cre.oont. They have been See 7 50 amn 1 00 cm I 55 pm: 7 iii. inn.: Ar.W: Patuniinun'lm; t, 7 CO pin: 9 .15: Sn S It) sin ii 00 i5pm, :
that
... pun
lot of "" ...."" your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan'sLiniment 505am .... ..... B 10 pm lIflpi.m At..l'altn n"aub..Lv 711Cc,,, .Scram .... ... 840
pm

Perfumes.There E Personal and Social rpldll1Abollt) made on the how lands,easy money Is toe on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffneBS. 11 to 20 50cm am 840 5 20cm am 10. ..28..pm.... 1015'.....pm.... L"At..Mlaml. .. .. MIIIIIII., .........A.Lv .448.. ...am..... 716.....an.... ha 11: loam O 000 000 plO pm 0
over there 12 R'J ..
It's pin '
also many wonderfully pcnctl'lting-goes: right to the spot-relieves 00 pm
aw I1nd those a //1-1 pm ..

other articljs suitable for .............""' ............"" ......"" hot after Chicago the money people-are hence generally the- the soreness limbers up the joints and makes die muscles 4 Nipu'hum; -.':: :: ; : : : :.. : :\.Iloniu.teuh..Lv..4: : : : .. ? i 47 oQpm cui pm

(the Clinstmiw season. O. M, Newbold was a visitor to I'M- I ii flu ,c.nllto. St. Johns Piu-k compay clastic and pliant.S1oans. .... ... .. .... .. ... ,'

We aro hoadVluarters< for. atku this week. I Is BpcnJing lots. ef money for Ini- .DRlly except 5iieisty. Train do nut'op at Rlnl/nn./ lit which tlO time I.shown ,

and Smokers Chas Curtlitn was /a \vlnltor to 1>11- rovemonts Ciipt. John 1) Plgne's Linimentwill PALAT1 BRANCH '

Cigars I..tkthis. / week bout makes _ _ 00Lesve
Articlee. dally trips to this new EaR EAST PALATK.\ TO ArrIve 0 Leave I'ALATiA 1'0 EAST ArrlvoEaot

Assortment; of J. A. Crews, the Times-Union repesentatlve colony. kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swollen : PalRlka PALATKA Palnlka! II PlLlRtka PALATKA Palatka ,

Bin Post Card spent a day or two III Mrs. Alice Wilson of Woycross joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula 3\veency 820 am .........No. 40 DnuIy',..\..,.., S 40 am 8 .15 am 47 DRily? ...,.... C 011 am 0e
Florida town lust On. nrrlvod founder :aim am ......,....No. 4$ 10 am Olio Rm lii >
week. last and 10
week for the pur- thrush. Price joe. and 'J. r.oo. 8 40 cia. ...."....No. CO 00 IIIP 018.m et 85 am 0
pictures. Pills,' Alice >OHB. of opening I an ollloe for the sale e fill am 52 i5 am 11 KO am COt' SO am
Mary am

Lounds Drug Co. couple days In Palatka Eaton this week spent on a of Cloud farm, lime lands II tAt. Johns Park. Dr.$''..lIn'Earl. huulc"S.on ImrnoM.Sloan inMIn. clioop- -maul Boston poultry limit froo.Mass. 12 429 8/10 01. pin pm pin.: .::::::; : g.: Cli fiK 54 Isily..e:: : ::::::... 10 g mm 11m:aui 11 II 4 r.20.: I men,inn i'm:: .iSo:::::::::: : 57(ISO.6 tinily..7:: ::::: :...g mu 44) pm pm:

Crt'BC'nit' City. a visit to her aunt. people] They to have strike been Crescant getting City lots ....rrr--: ___-.-...,- 1168 pm 00 ma sin 1220 am et .. iO am pm

Mayor Borsen Is
building a larice of SAN MATEO BRANCH

boat houee for his pretty launch ltd.Joining I- ninny money of them for will their bo. At oranges a loss howto and Mr. mid Mrs.V.. II. Pfiie. of Brookyn WELAKA NOTES. Leave Enot EAST PALATKA 1'0 Arrive Baln; l.eave5mm: l SAN IA'1'EO TO EAST ArrlveEul SPaiuttka

/ the old Heacli lit Miller wIII'ehouse. who SAN MATEO Mllioo II )fnteo PALATKA, Palalk.
to start timmir
Invent It. It's a great country for were on JOllr- 0 0I

ll Qlo.iiI..W. oIlV Mrs. J. J. Horton and her guests ought to be 111 lid II of It. heir trip until Monday because of Hlgglnbotham place on tlxthlVP.. a 28 pm .No. 613 maIIy..S 'Ia iui 3 50 im 81 10 pin

M H. READ Mrs., John H. time reported severe cold In the He will Improve the property qui'ea :
Crowell
and Ml s Mr. and Mi',. Chas. Barker of New loMtXjforn moving In. : No. 26 Nu. 21 No. 10 N....0.11, Zi).Piily..4: No 112Bu.
ESTATE. Graimt were visitors to Pulatkn. on York who have been hero, since Into orth. People here nil hope this es- Mrs. Josephine Bard of Norwnlk .Dilly So. dnly DlLlly ... a....7 MAYPORT ltANCl1 Daily

REAL ondiiy. In August left on Monday for }Daytona Imuble couple will coma to Crescent half routed the SIevmis ivsldenua oum'l'himd 2 0) pim:: Ilg lii u.n: S 00 Pu:,, = rJ cia : ", .. ciii I mo' mtmn 6 00' I
City again\ Good folks you know C .10 urn SO sin 0 40 pin. an, Lv..aI.In:::::;: lirahi. :: ::. : : gg an, 12 15 pin: 4 10: r..:
City Fla. W. H. Fuller, town tltl); collector and polnls! on the east coast, avenue for thtt winter ,2 40 pm mu no sum 646 pm S 411. 11m r".AII.lllllo. ,.......t:13 iI am 12 iii \sin 4 iii pin
Crescent ants citizens whore und we hnve a weakness for that 5 ito p III, I1lrl 11m 7 on i'fl 900 11m Ar .. ...Mivprrt .....",,,.. no fin ii 04fl'fl) 4 CO pmIf.
to know that he Is they expect to remain until Mrs. F. K. n"pder and Miss Caro-

tlnd of people. lIds paid visit to Couio during .. I 0.11, II.. I D.II, Or.o,. Broach II. I DLmy N. C 0" II.. I.
; ready to receive taxes which have time for their return home In the Bryant it City D"" Sanford Br...... 10 0.07 0 0p

Howl prop"rty-"Creo i been due since December 1st. Slll'hlllilt'. nnd Mrs. Barker have 'l'he attendance at the Sunday ser- the week. 2 pm H 00 am I.". "'W ii..yp A". ii 00 nmS 7 itS pm a 30 tin I.v,1'iuiivuiIu..Ar, 1 00
pm
flit, HIl'1' low on the mar- vices of the church him 4 10 pm I 1000 ILm .'i..I.e.. umiiL, II 16 alll 0 4f.! urn g DO aID Ar..HllutunJ,.. Lv. IU CO am 0
J. the
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Huilbut beoll Interested In Crescent City Presbyterian F. Brewer has moved Into 420 pm 10 SO am .. ,0. ... OI1L. 11 00 am 4100 pm ...
C lire KTowinfratpadily under the mlnHtrutlona flat over I the Casino. 4'2Th1tn tO4tmftm AO5n.ei.Jn L. itoosm 4 RlI 'm ..... .

Partloulnr ittentloa ,given tore now In Norwich, Conn. Mr. Hurl- mutIny years but this was their D.'stIlltl'sllmmer of the new pastor, Rev E.P. Some of the hunters here' killed a Cn.mliinp m.d. .1 Cui.mru' .."h p. ... O. 8. S. Co. Sm N....., n.h.me I".nd.. .

cont City property listed but writes that he does not just and early fall visit, and wild few duys Conn.'on.' m.ds .. KnI.h, K.. with P. a o. 5. 8. C,. for Key W..nd "......, e""..
; Butler and at the morning 8nr- goose ago

,Ihme. I know when they will return to I hey ure going away with. dittVrent vice particularly slttliiKf are .ut Tliosw lit limo Wclitka ..."'Th.. ... TIME.... TABLItS. .10000,.. ii. 11m.. ., wlll.h ""n. nov .. ..pm.d to ....... .nd d...... I.om hp
a registered .
Florida but .and much better opinion of Florida vefla.I..10 buS u.i r.rri I o. .1.., '. .. .h.I 11m.. .,.,.d I. nfl gu.r.m..d. nor d... ,..
...
probnbly In less then aid' 11. .,. Comp.sy
e In think premium It be proper to use such Hotel during the we..k were Mr. CJ.1J. .on.hl. for any d.iy' or y con..i.i.p, ..h..m.FOIL .
two; weeks. slimmer. They our Sep. LeFIls JiloiesollvllleV.l'; Corey COPY OP visa LOCAL TiNS CARD Oft.
OTHER
INfORJI'"TION
a term In reference to a churnh congregation .K" Till< TICKKT ACIIN'r."
0
ember; climate Ideal, as Indeed Its Newark N. J. M. H. Schemer- 1. D.
Mrs Ernest Prior with her Interesting ; RAHNBR A.nt' G.o..1 r..r Agent ST. AUGUSTINB, FLORIDA ,
L. I:. Spen-cor: ,-all the year 'round. where only voluntary con- horn and wife Kimtvllle. III. ; Brow
children of Jacksonville' ternlnated rlbutlons of sliver are In vogue ard Kllbourn: Savannah Oa, ; Mrs

Dentist. a pleasant holiday visit Dr. Hen Ron entertained a large 'here Is but one opinion regarding Brewer. Palatka; A. ti. Willard Pa-

with her brother and sister, Mr. O. arty of gentlemen! at his home in he work of the new pastor in circuatlon latka; K. C. Wilkinson, Georgia;
.
Ihe Attleboro lint last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronson Connecticut -
IHM" at BeMtlirocB, on Proppoot Street. M. and Miss Florence Newbold last i; I IIIII'. Man who was there in all even-the and that. reduced In size Is to ; Paul COUP, M, J. Barnes McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.

wntCltv. TlorM aturday. the elfect Unit his sermons are mal C. A. Curtis Kobt. James J. Krath.Cltpt.Mllleror ,

Mr. Kelley of New Jersey U here pomp and circumstance of tin nppo- erpleces In gospel presentation Palntka and N. J..1.Hudgins .
tile attuned to such like things says New York.F. domndssion Merchants.
Johns River by Daylight. gain on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. naking the gospel appear what it 0
It was one of the best nltalrs heaver
stag E. Beeder nmda trip to Pslat.kadurlngthe -
Campbell. Mr. Kelley Is a dellKlit- really Is, n simple message of "good
!
attended, amid that the doctorIs week.
e Beach & Miller Line ful gentleman to meet aa all attest news." Another Important and attractive Tomatoes Pine Apples
a past master In the art of doing Mrs. Franklin Swift Is expected to
i who have had that pleasure. Mr,. feature of the mOI'ulnoer./ -
he host to There arrive on the 15th of this month and
Steamer CUKSCKNT. Campbell his daughter. part perfection. vice Is the singing of Mr. and Mrs.Chas. will spend sonic time In her handsome and Early Oranges
and conversation then
were gnomes P. Hale who not only sing home on the hill. 0
aMJ5kNOflVIlL The Masonlo lodge In this placeoesn't to cut and conversation .
nTueidayNThurs1aYSAturdyIIt omethlng with "the spirit and with the understanding The town council has authorized Vegetables Grape Fruit

UO' 1. m. for Green Cove make' much of a fuss but ll'o lien something! tn Irrigate nnd conversation ," but with voices that blend the buying of what is known as the

omposed of a lot of our most su'b- then a smoker with mimorecoimverf4etioii. Park. the same to ba used as a place ,
t I.., Cnuctnt < iand principal Way tantlal citizens, and more of 'em Present was the guest In exquisite perfect harmony and to erect water works fire engine' 279 Washington St. NeW' York
ill remind of the lark and our own '
you louseor any other Improvements. ,
reIngIeave B ''rencent* olty on Wedne. have been knocking at the door oC honor, Or. J. W. Inches a rich
sweet-toned mockingbirds./ E. S. Green has put a nice barber
.'rldof.and Mcudnyial tliUO, a. m. lately, we are told. bachelor doctor from St. Clair Mich., hair in his hotel. A flrst-olass barer -

uonvlllt wharl toot of Laura Streot, Tax: Collector A. 8.: \V Illurd of PII- \V*. V. Glynn, Boston Chns. P. Hale LAKE COMO. > will be In attendance to give any

hotS 85tisw5srt atka spent couple of days here lust Denver, (;010., Fred'k Lnsler, De- and all a good shave haircut or anyhlng o
toil >>r !Lemon .t r_t.r. else in the barber line. Low Holiday RatesTo
II. K. M. and Mrs. Nichols Plymouth
week, receiving! state and county troit. Mich., C. Preston Or.
.llcl)., are guests at the Highland The town council is talking of
axes. Mr. Wlllnrd thinks Crescent White, F. M. Pnyson E. D. Lounds
CLARK Tralllc, Manager, louse. Their many friends extend putting in electric lights; along Front All Points via
City tbe prettiest little place In the C. S. Uowen and perhaps some a most cordial welcome to them. street and down at tho public wharf.

Jacksonville, Fla. tate, and says Its full of the bet.t others of this place. This list Is not There will be a caucus on the 16th
Kurt of Pa. has
Mr. H. Reading, ,
'
make of people. He's right. offIcial, but fiom the character of been a guest at All-View cottage of January to nominate town ollloers Atlantic Coast line R. R. '

ascent City Transfer Co., Crescent lodge Knighta of Pythias the gentlemen mimed the ladles whore luring the past week. for the cOl1llnlyear..

trifle curious about what's do-
installed their new nfllcera on TuiiSay a !Mr. and Mrs. Griawold are occupying THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN
tS t all trains Clesc. nt Juno at "stag" will be reassured
at City big a the Colt residence together
night of hint week.with the usual The doctor was voted a good fellow with Mr. and Mrs. James Manches- 19 the one who always wears a frown, Is Tickets on sale Dee. lSth,11)th,93t1, 24th, 25th, 30th,

m, Night trains by appointment. pomp'and ceremony attendant despite the handicap of his profes- ter of Cleveland Oh 10.Judl9 and cross sharp and disagreeable In his answers., and:Sine la cases short 31st, 1008, and Jan. 1t, 1909.{ Ueturn limit, good until Jan. -

8. II LABEEE. Manager such II trill re. Alter lAin cere-
upon lunal dignity. and Mrs. McBride of Hol- out of ten Its not the poor fellow's fault 6th, 1909.)
--- mOllY there was an 0)81"1' aupper. O. und, Mich., are guests at the Highland It'. his liver and digestion that make
J, Braddock Is the 1\1'.I/oIIISClltIlO.. / The Musician. Club announces another House.A him feel so miserable I'e can't help being Pullman Cars on All Trains. ,

.B HARRIS or what-d'-ye-call of the lodtje. of Its delightful muslcule's for number of friends and neighbors disagreeable. Are you in danger of
Tuesday evening the 20th Inst. at the getting Into that condition? Then start
John McCormlck or Brooklyn. N. spent a most enjoyable evening recently Herblae foi For detailed information schedules reservations :
Barber Vuditorium. This event was orlglittlly with Mr. and Mrs. Howard at onoa taking liallard'v rates, ,

Y., senior member of the Him of McCormick plnnned for the evening of the Jutes In their new home. Recitations your liver-the safe sure and reliable see your nearest ticket agent, call on or write to '
CUESChVT: CITY. Hobbs & Co. the well- by Mrs. J. D. llitcnell and C. vegetable regulator. Bold by Ackerman-

known New York fruit commission :2lst but hns been postponed to the C. Sullivan were enjoyed and many Stewart Drug Co. '
A. W. Fritot Frank C.
"00 shop ai>d a clean slltl rA 0- drove Kail few 201( h. A specially Interesting program fine selections by the graphophone Boylston ,
has been at
Shave and Hair. Cut Ruaran.d. louse, has been arranged for this were enjoyed. Mr Jutes. having '
A Cruel Dig. Division Trav. (
I'asscnyrcr Agent. Agent
Mr.1'otiiilk l la his anuul Ilsseng"r
on
I days. fine records.
Trym u.
Ida Leib Pa- many very
Miss
of of his firm's coming eveht. Polly-No, dear I can't go any place ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla.COMPI1ETE .
tour Inspection atka's accomplished soprano and Wm. S. Prior has bought a fine with Jlolly. I hate her the cat! Polly

A Ballard Estate properties here In other parts of .:Mluia.. .__ _Anna_..,n_ _Read-____no nllllllste.. of the new run-about, and this with his -But, darling you used to bo chummy ,- -
Florida, Cubit and the Bahamas flue trotting horse, makes a dashing did she do?
same city, will be on the program ns "lovely" roads. with her. What Dolly- v.4 ,0

James McCormlck or Brooklyn, N. will Miss !Sadler! of Lake City.. Mr. appearance on our She told me a lot of the nasty things MALDv-doMvANvt AzNpt t.
Grove Lots For Sale. Mr. dates Is having u fine time you said about me, dear.-Cleveland a.
Y., arrived last Thursday and Is i.id Mrs. Chus. P. Hale of Denver, spinning along In him "automobile." Leader. '
LINE OF MODERN URTO-DATTE
gain at Grove Hall for the season. Colt, who lire upending the winter Comb Is surely proud of her citified ___ ______ MACHINERY.
rave Lots M) nnd 72 with 5-room
whoso vocal work Is alvnys look, nice clean streets automobiles GrTErrvais. SAvotftmlONEy. t--.
'ige into b irlng orange; trees,, Mr. McCormlck has been spending here and Higher Power.Hardly WE HAV1HtSSTToRTA8LESA'MMsL .5

over GIN) b X"II of fruit uow on he winter seasons horo for many a chief drawing curd at local fine rigs, etc any power Is so exalted thatIt OUTFITS'ON 'tHEPsARKE'AND VARIOUS

irea will, b. lid at a bargain. years and his coining) I" Always a ntertalnments, have also consented The Village Improvement Associa- docs not bend the knees to a higher OTHER fyVrVCHINERY I N STOCK "r

"".e Lot (!\1! "id i 70,10 acres, some pleasure to our people. Hu l 111 much to slnl{. Members of the club will I lon bus disbanded niter many years one, Where there's a czar there's usn- WE ALSO CARRY SAVS OF Al-i. KIND .Nv._._. ,.t-. ":

i''iv., nith U' building, has about Inter than usual this winter-but also present the operetta )ameSlLtnre'l of active work. The organization ually a cznrlna.-Richmond Time, Bti-TiNO,. AMD MILL SUPPLIES. .J:
work in the village\
hAS done good ,
Tuxes") of frill I This mustcale Dispatch. SEND ron CATALOGUE AND
he'll longerMr. Tea Party. ,
perhaps stay 'or litany years. 1'arMOMIALS. WC HAVC ,
ONSPUACEor
I'halmvt''' t u Lake be the biggest thing In ,
ncregroves: are will probably Evsnx MOTHEB
'
Win. Hnlehlnson The "Silver tea" was held at the BUSINESS ONUY. AND THAT i ua ATABO'JE
"lit w tel, ,fronts, and about the und Mrs. here this a
season ,
, "allnblt|( .vnter fronts to be had. who lust week and whom all f' musical line given residence of Mrs. J. H. Davis lust Is or should be worried when tho little AOPRES3. S

I in town hilt.. ,. Either came should be tnd the attendance will undoubtedly Thursday. A pleaeantaftenmmooim was ones have a cough or cold. It may l wl A PO3TAU C.AHO WILL tupsa ous GALESMAI Ii ya ,tl 'sms'
proper ,ultlviition will.grover soon are so glad to se.. again bo largo. The general admlssloi: spent with recitations by Mrs. J. I). to; croup or pleurisy or pueiuonta-then OUR.CWA.RMtT5 VHULPROTECT Qua( .. :
Jlice2i induced to remain. They have Mitchell Miss Carrie Harman and somethlug more serious. Ballnrd's
reserved to
ois( ) Will with
; more boxes. will be 2i> and 15 cents
which .J;,j
Jet little Katharine Sullivan Uorehound Syrup will cure the trouble
i'llil Jacksonville
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at a bt gal talked of going to
/ .
n. sale at Lounds'
seats at 85 i cents on after which tea and
complication.
know were enjoyed, at once and prevent any
JNjtrov n !I"I" [ no, 107, 1O8.I4 ) and after 'em all of you. They of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill of Hender- small cnkvs were served. Sold by Ackermau-Stevnrt Drug Co. Too llccu FACE M 1'1 Q ""
'f in the house .
1'ltt Thes are wood lots, suit full well they are ---- If had face too
N. C. arrived last Friday -- You feel oa you one many
sonvllle
I rut peach 'II i orange grove lands.Ijw their friends in Crescent City and itwon't Turner Value of the Shilling In 1600. when you have Neuralgia don't )'ou'l? Grove Hall
persuade, them ind are guests at the popular Medical F.o. In Ancient Griaca. the face need, It but got ,
: lOBcres Time was when these good Tho remuneration of physicians originally ualInrd'a -
House. of the Neuralgia by applying
like rid
Htp'i.'iof) I'')' one 84 town- notion. They P
sec. to give up the A. D. 1000 sixpence a day was a CreiacnntClty'spopular hotel
Introduction SAY but at the Finest In
Liniment thing
\ an consisted In Snow
11I, rlLlIlI'e| > all people didn't require presents I,
well as we tenovted clt'lln and airy Is fl
about aa about the
Crescent City Crescent City people but that fortune for any worklngman time of Hippocrates payment In money the world for .ihwunmtUm neuralgia, ::: again for the ulld..r
season
Ole to; ) open
1 are bargains\ for quick buy- like them-and that's a heap tlnu equivalent of Ll0 per annum. A century burns, outs scalds 'lame. back and all '"
which the of \VM. C.
since Physicians
mllllal'el11ent
Apply to 1. ago was already customary. "
years
was
-u. .. __ ___LMrl. earlier before tIme access to America pains. Sold by AckerlUun.8t \Vart Drug ;1 NOR'I'O-l. 1lum
J. C. Orlmsley arormer- indent married, some are dead received also public praise the "crownof
"some are .,.
(; '
explorers, one :::: the ml."t. of the best orJi ,
to English
life of was
the social excellent open freedom of the the
[atthevv H. Read prominent in and a great many very of Warwickshire left an honor the city, ri I\IOKe IZrowlng seotloll of Jo'iorlrJ '

the place has been here dining the people have been added to the of the Arclens privilege of eating at the king's tnble.I ,, d... }.Ine bOlltllllIlohlllg and L,J )

Real Estate, past week with her daughters. guests own who will come we hope annuity of 40 sUlllIugi per uuuuiu to a I Physicians employed I>y the state received Propitiating th. W.athar. : bird shoothllo\ Beautiful views tj S
probably the poet's grcatgrnndunclo. In England after long drought we .0.1 of Crescent Lake from hotel
and, son, '
Mr. younger
HUcnmo LI
Florence Newbold. them. !Mr. and Mis. a yearly salary, as high an $2- S
scent City Florida. ofIIBB\ to know Tbeu If sixpence a day pray for rain lu our churches, and In ,1 verandns. Handy to etearmml ,
Mrs. Orlmsley are moving from here about IBM, remaing fully would now be tho equivalent of 21 000 Insome Instances. Rich people most Romnn Catholic countries processions : bout lundlnlo\ Board by weekS tj

: tHetinvIlte Oa., to Bartow Fla.. It) years. During that time they a week then 40 shillings per would pay enormous! sums for n successful tho order a mmioimth at reiasonablsu rate,
shillings and pilgrimages are 'tl
t
la !
Orler, For I'ublicatioiu Qrlmsley will engage In esteemed here as the very best. to 120 of treatment, and a case re 1 ( to Norttmamnmm 'rourisits.: :
where Mr. visIt were annum would equate present corded In which $200,000 was paid. of the day In Macedonia the Greeks :::: Write for terunma.Wm.ONORTOH. .
l"PuiS" ", Kliihtli= Jittllolsl Olr- merchandising Mrs. drlmsley's 11111 was a business ,1111111111I01'"n..t values.-London Notes and Queries.
I ,;. 'Vloililn-Iii!\ : ;Mr. New York Medical Journal. organize great demonstrations In dry o'o'Crescent
frj.u"11" 'uuty, Obun- delight to all her old friends He built,. the store now occupied .
I! was a ; ........- -- summers. A procession of children -visits a

"1"UDlon'"I'lnlnlnt.') Rill for In Crescent City and they are hopeful by Mr. Durby.' For years he did WORK consists In SCIENTIFIC punishment SPANKINO only when a all the local wells und spring, no- ,., rJ

'I'I h Iolal! '" that the family Is to buslneks larger perhaps than HAD QUIT bad. Some mothers with City, Florldll.
!! .". ""t.'a.lllnt.J'lvoroo.' that now a big child la actually compAnied by a mnldpn covered R
,i\IK', ;"In'";:1.; lll"vlt':'I'lllve!::,:: MtHtml iiiipuiulml to I lie again live In the state, her visits will any ningle merchant/ here has done READY TO GIVE UP IN DESPAIR think that all crying: Is bmsdnesm., It's not. garlands and/ masses of flowers. This lzmizrmrrcr.crrrrcOrder
pit' ,, L'llUHtt tllllti look for pins or
.
'. !J"a nii>ll, tlm iliifuiulnnt tliortiln be more frequent. And they have since. Then came a frowning provl :Restored: to Health :By Vlnol When your baby crIes U can't find sounds as romantic ns our queen of
l In, 1"r"Hlll"nt' of the Btiita of recovered from their (illS knock the from under some external cause you and It could surprlso no ono
511.1 props
to the Publication.
11I1 Im Iliii* 'lit' """''''no" l 1ft unknown never quite deuce "I was lick run-down and finally thorn give the baby White's Cream Vermifuge May For
', mid iim la uv.* IhlOrc..r tllH see twenlv-ollH appointment at the removal of the us and require us to begin overagaln bad to give up work. After tryinga as the chances era It IB suffering If, like Tennyson's heroine she cnmo In tluiOti'ottUOotirt KfKlith JuillPlul Olnmll
""Worlito }, 'I.! I""'""" '., ""J given to do retracing it |)lm wllonl tli. ...rvl.." of family from Crescent City, nor Mr. IIIU didn't care any number of remedies and several physician from worms which keep hungry to a I'ounty. Uhuuuttry.Curi'lu
"a
WO"hl,! !1)1,1''"!.>.u.." l)"fnn,hinlitolor ; It I$ hope of their ultimate return. so he sold out and moved -, I was just about ready to give I cross all the time. Pleasant to tak.eure ...- ping places the poor dear Is drenched YR.A1 ford I V litlt fur Divorce.William .0t
T',1 tHllhlaoll.re..It'nt. DII. up n
l">lt Ia In Its action. with water while the cblldn-u sing
merchundlsIng advertised Alfoiii )
continued I Vlnol "

I'oil''.D or' 2ir lMiill"r"h 1 :\ ,.. IOiUhrlIiIiit;;:; ':nwinlretl'hind lii to paid 8p' The new shell road was Junction last week to a away., Imowever He In larger community up In despair.and decided saw to try It, 'Sold by Aokerman-atewurt Price 25 cents.Drug Co. rhyming/ prayer for rain.-English Mag h.lf.I u itlftl!, ,: "r.nh'r: : .iiovo affidavit tttattni'npponiloil. VIVIIHH to thatWllLlum Cue 0
the azine.
5AY. ti ., I., DAY OF completed from when lie had enough) One) and It Las done more good forma A ifril. time lU'fHndunl' theriln,
FEBRUARY : 0.
,I 11119,irtll.rrwio I ,, little east of the home of J. and quit I than all other means combined. It -- nuiuott; lit n iion-ri.lil,':i.fr: uf ihfl'Hiiitu ofKiortdu
MIII, tii utiiUgttloiip' of nll point a did In the early days, Klnnlklnio. .
b tukii : : > As other thing he Ii it tliiit hue rpNklttiiutt i unknown. 't
'"'. tie Cunfupia.j, l i)3r "ul.l Uo L. Torrey or to Rossvlll. suburb. oanal and start the i baa built me up and restored my "We ran out of tobacco while flsblug uiul Clint Ii.' U OVHr time age of hu"Ly."".
'I., h""II'r received the mork was to dig the until I now feel twenty year \cnr .avid tliut there IH no |trHon I In tliMtiitf
0Ii.r.rrl\ thllt thip 0..10' 110 shell Is strength In the Canadian wilds, said a club : '
rhni' 1 ui,.',. soon a* Crescent CUb Junction of Floihlu, uponUiom I tlio H iii tIe 1I''k for EIqiiI' oon.o'utlvo, resumed and completed to bOAt line to younger. and am able to attend to my man. "Our guides put us on to klnnlklnlc of HiihpiM,,,nu nould, blii ,III.I II \i'liIuItka: ': w..per will bft operated long enough to In thurt'foiH1. iinlei'tiii. thut Buhl ..
In he noit-rwi
Job Jeavons.
which usual.
uliiii ( : .1..rl\: IIII'I.lIIary work again as for ten
fl '( leading to and smoked that ,
we .
I "' Ii''Y inty the entrance gate He U'nt I nliin6' IH nml IH hinul>y r,,,tinli
lJt'hllll,1, and nllltlnl, !enl! till.I road. The town demonstrate its practicability. 1036 lAnd street Wheeling W. Va. days. It wasn't bad. ,',1 to "1'1'''''' lo tim., Bill I I 11"0'01' ''fltiwr 11jo4 !:IauttIllIer's\ money out of It- The Vlnol Is so successful In 'in Rultl' mice oa or before
JOMICl'FT.. PRTOK, ':,100 for a never made any reason "Klnnlklnlc Is the Inner bark of the
,r, n. \ 'i"rk, oii-oultoourt. has already appropriated ..treeextending that was left for Capt. LuBree. 111 r. suck cases. Is because It contains tonla red willow.\ You dry It, then you cut MONDAY tho lot DAY OF rKBRUARY.
100"f A. n. otlimrwlNA
Prospect UMIV tlmallOKntloni or aiiitbull
( X "". south
Livputy Olerk. i
Cuo''..K I similar road on Cell. and Mr. Hill were leading member iron and all of the strengthening It up It really tastes like tobacco I I will bu taken ... uonCHMHua l>y amid Luttntliint -
ami solicitor to Central avenue and blood-making and body-building elements ( ,
for they when
Ooinylitlnnn church The Indians always use It they
Presbyterian ..
street of the It I IS fnrtlHMonti timeS thin Order bpuhllHliml
::1 i --- tral avenue and the other.lde to get and give much of cod liver oil, but no oil. can't ft the real thing and I understand ouc-e a wtwk. for IHlKbtvoiim' >crtIv0ULU
WHITE & CD. await another acc.unulatlon '' are going -. Vlnol II unexcelled a* a strength that there are certain brands of ICM In tim. PHlntkn N.w.. a nsiwsb.ipri' S
to annlveriary
2&th
have
0 will In the coming piihiinh in MIill Dounty 'u,,,' Htntw, ,
.OUIIVlllE.. KV. of money. The road so far a, pleasure time Is one creator for old people, delicate children Canadian tobacco that Are flavored ,,1 WltnuM& my '..."d nml o'nlll..I..ltbl; the
........ .... Is Idelll Tholr vls't' at this weak run-down persons and after Th..m..ItI..11 .......r..l4lo iSS*Ynuu.tlSta 171 h tiny of .'
'.lIo'k.1, completed to the junction of the winter to with klnulklnlc.! -Washington, Times ... ...n .f en, niht m... .aser... ThiS I I. am.Cwon (imuilJ:: "voonljJ: ;;rr rn g, S
.Ico neal l pleasures and Is the best known rem .
paid but when yoU of the Ickneis- 01 .ig "" SCUflCy tad simpiiIY.iShm.II' Olurk Circuit Court

FURS except as to width.th. cost or rulhpl, 1"1' oU clIl"ell. By the way It has edy for coughs, colds and bronchitis. "I have' been somewhat costive. ...r'..a.clb.r.. lfl ml,P,.,i.s.o... ..fl., OT l.RIII1'.Q'w's: \l-oIn..f ,., ..oori.I. )\in.In a.. g:. N. ((1ALUOJ[ < ,

1I1It'J come to consider would think been whispered that Mr. Hill oon We return your money U Vlnol falls but Doan's negulets gave ]just the ,". ..., .(.'5y..baib.tg.i.M.A.S1i...imb V ,')1..30 ceiiS, Tsn.o.bn kal.lam ... Hollultor fur OoniplttlnHiil.Sftamberlain's .
It, you SC eeoi. ------ ------- -
--
::: were you to pay erecting a winter resl to give satisfaction. resultsdeslred. They net mildly amrngulatn Wv... iIi.mlb.. adny..iei \ .
... The projectors J lire I template bowels I ..... H.nd_.., "m...
wide enough. Won't some olle'' the' perfectly. .... A.. .. "' .. .
lit Florida. ... .. do.
the III 1".I.h ,...m.I..n., I'. .. La. !
be commended liS so also lire dance lot in Crescent VJNOLi is Sold in Palutka by George; B. Krause 806 Walnut Ave, p.1 PmaI.im '.., 4am p..aln,.) Cough Remedy
amberlain's to who went dowu hI thel please sell him a Ackeriiion-Stewnrt Drug Co. Altoona,. Pa. sass De0. Add'.I$ TilE MJ Lt'l: ma.w vsrk. Cnn.Colds, creep and WbSupIng CotiKh. .
people
COuhHemey city?
I
coi411 Creep for the coin.
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The Palatka Newsand Next Tuesday the Hull Inst. will Mrs. Josephine Hard of Norwalk is Mrs. L. O. Royoa of Drattleboro, "JII' 1111I"111I'', ,JIIIIL1lLI: 111111'.1:11111.,11I1111111' : ., \ ,111I'1'r.' ''' >.. \
' he the anniversary of ili-n. Itobt" K. In the city on n. visitor to tier daughter Vt, arrived here lust week and as ; .t.'I(. ,I
Lee and the ladles of Patton Andur Mrs. Will mo tt. has been her custom for the past Our Regular .. o.fFl: '
Advertiser. son Chapter, U.;]>. C., will give a n.'. Mrs M. 8. Urown who hes'heenaway several seasons. will spend the'winter .. .
ceptlon nt the home of Mia. Phllllpa. In her flat Front street
oozy on
"" Dr. Q. C. K;..ten, who has bet n her capacity during as the chief past of two the weeks order, In of With her this season IM her cousin, "

S City; Happenings and $ quite to III tho since houso.ChiiHtmas He has, Is a still form confined of Pythian to Sisters return. of home the sratc,tomorrow., Is ..expected for Mrs.her Carman jlrut winter of Detroit In Florida.who conies. JanuaryOlearing rj : >tf

Personal l mention. para-typhoid (over and his condition During her abnt-iice Mrs. Brow has J. E. MoDiiille manager of Ihe
.. ; S $ Is serious visited PaiiHiicola Appaluolilcoln, Dunns( Creek turpentine camp\ and :! ;:
."" "" "" "" ChAs. L. Monie ndverllulng manager IllKh Springs. and l\J.altlnl1d",, which by the by, In one ot the most SnIe ,

: John Q. Tll"hinini. Rpent .portion of the Floildiv' Wcli'l. 'iillcm. of WllllMrn ,T. Ilrvan has mitten, the delightfully; located turpentine fin'ma : :\
Labor Magazlnn h"q been In the i Itv 4n I Mm stale was a biislne.ui visitor In tSILo'4
of the week nt Lull Ins and Cedar this week in tho Intiipsls of that ollK'ers of the I'amiiie "Voting Mart'sl'hi l'lI..lk011 Thl naval I
., / / Monday I
llan I Amtnolalloii that he will I
Keys. Is locifctedon. ,' I <1 '
publication stores camp high yionnd =
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1 1it
gladly speak 'at the laying of the \
Iiul und 'I Oil the banks/ of Dtinrin Crei li and In
Mrs. E. T. Lane of Anderson 1lrB.V. !M. UallUher; daughter rornerRtune of the $100HKY( ( M.C. ofWen's
A lathe (jllleat for a B'.on. or !Mra. Peter Mrs.. A. K Kirby of Duluth A. bulldliiK If hi* Suite Fair/ engage. the center of .as. good huntliifrand\ \ and Boy's SS.OQ
Gardner. Minn I have arrived and will i remain I ments allow him suUlclent time lot rlshinK grounds' im cnn be found In S3.Q '4.00 11
In Palatka for the. caisson. guests of (hat the south. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank I). Watllesare purpoita.
the arrival of a eon and Mr. and Alls.V.. H Clnlllglier 'Ihii. alai'm of die at a lale hour on Mrs. William J. Hnnn who will (If Heavy Suits
har.pyover. Railroad rates of one faro plua 25 uesdav I night waa occasioned by attend the Florida Hlato Fair at Lrnd't; \
oent*for the round trip from points I Ihe burning/ of a.mall honan on 14th I Tampa with her distinguished husband -
Mr. and 1Ira.V.. A. Waif i are In Quorgla' and Flotilla." me olfend. 'xlieet HOIIIH distance beyond! the A. will be entertained by the wo i UniSerdoShing r. Q j.-.A. ,'.4
rejoicing over the advent of a son in for the period of the Florida SUite ''i., I,. Union passenger station and men's cluhsof. that city In aiidaborntcr t CRAWFORD Asauranct h JVio. 4
their home last. Tuesday. I'nlr 'Tampa Ktbiu. >ry 8 27 he\ond the reach of the water. 1'heIIOKO manner. Oil I lie livening "f f: ,, ,. Crawford Shoes are" '
Tax-Assessor Bullaid I.as changed Mrs. Ralph Lynn and three children I companies I responded. promptly* February Mrs. Bryan will be the !. I is now going on $ } good insIde.s out.' It II my aim to give e"f
his date for being lit, Johnson from I of (Jovlnlo'lon."n i \ \ ft ri' vlxl- bill, veto. unable. to Have the housn, truest of honor at a ",-go reci.ptlontend Crawford wearers Dot only leather and )
the :2lth to the 23d: of the present ling at Keuka with Airs. M K which wan occupied by a coloied ..red hy I the nnsocilatud coin Ii U'S Take advantage of f %, ; :-.. styles such as are used In shoes' COsting \\i
month. Lynn. 1'heyexp..ct. 10 spend some man mimed Uioham. clubs. Tampa, at the home of Mis .. twice as much, but the beneBt! of every
tlma III Palalkiv, before returning lo (I. W Carlton.. this sale and secure a i* desirable improvement for tho maklneof .
The board of County Comml' olou- Tennessee. 'Ihe Funinslde Clothing I Company : a mora satisfactory abeL That's why I say Crawford t
ers has paid a total of KIID.J5; for has some specially attractive bar- The Woman's club la going to put If High-Grade &- Assurance is Shoe Insurance. If you are skeptical, aGrIon j; t L p
hauling sand filling for the court There will be meet Ing of the ex trains In this paper on men's overcoats the biff River street lot of Miss of my maoy Crawford ageDta to tell you why Crawford OH9 {
house square. ecutlve board of theVoman'lI Fortnightly and raincoats. Mr. }"ellr'I.lde Hurt's In Bhapn for park J purposed, i "stay-up" box toes cover break! why Crawford pat oted j I .,
Miss Lorlne Dewese and Miss \ club next Wednesday at 8. p.. states that the season having been with seats about tha big oak trees. i ""4 1 d ; "Tredstrate" laate art btat. Ask him about the Crawford I
club Mrs Ueo K.Uav
Marshall of Tenn m. In the looms. unusually warm has left. him with a Club will also keep the hole clean- i reInforced shanks, and our "heod" sole leather. Crawford
Ethel In Brighton of theformer's president Is anxious that there larger stock than he ought/ to carryover not; going t.. spend much motley, hut eaturei are numerous That is what makei Crawford 1}
the this Sboes
guests city .
are
should be a full attendance.J and that he convert the will\ look much and Crawford J'f
make the
wearerspositive
Mrs. L. R. may place so Tailor Made Suit at a popular I ,
sister Lyn I. \V. Scott of Moboily, Mo, WHS, a fronds Into cash Is his sole reason for less like an eyesore that It will he I i: allegiant. Buy Crawfordsl' ..//1.
Edward North of float wick was In pleasant visitor In the dry this. weak.Mr. offering l"el1lit these pilces. That mistaken for apnrk. will be restfulto saving of money. ? : S
the city Tuesday en route to Miami Scott him recently purchased (hey are attiacllve prices one only Ihe eye and nITord rest for the "'" "' liPALATKA.
where he goes to do Jury service In property near Interlacheii and, It Ishill needs to glance at. the company's( weary and a suitable trusting place The cold weather i is yet k .
the United States district court. putpoae eventually to make his advertisement hi this paper. foi the spooney. Uood Charles A. Eaton Company dr ,
lesldence 1111 I the Make..
Mr. and Mrs. 1M.. Vickers are l permanent county Thai J titaioi' met at the lionm oflilella lion. M I. Coxe though neatly 71 ..t to come and you will '
In Miami this week where !Mr. Maj}ir Ueo. 11. Fuwlia. the veteianattoinev (1 Mi'rilll i on Monday ,Alter years. of Ole, Is entering upon his ;OJ I.j't.'t...trawfoJ'd01 Made Brockton Muiachuielti' h
Va/au --'in
Vickers summoned to of ilaHtlngs u IIOHF practice" all were iiMtHmblud the loll called wel II i- ar' ,t4
was serve as a fifth term of service aa county Judire need our warm, "
Juror In the United !States district takes lilm to all parlH or I) lot'Ida. and the minutes read l. there were with the buoyance of hopeful jouth ;:-" r"i"': :: ':;.:-'ff t'\\\
court. was iv visitor here on legal business upveial things brollght up for dlscuislon amid In the full vigor of a splendid, made, Stylish garments. "' .j ";:\A.Ol.r. \
this week. Major Fowler was for Kathleen lucks was elected. ripened manhood. When his present : t
Hugh the 12 year old son of Mr years iv "resident of Pulatka
many mascot. When the business meet- term expires In 1013 he will hAve
and !Mrs R. H. Hanley Is Ill\ with ap and Is always nt home hern. _.
\Ins was over they wale visited bytwo served
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veiuu as county -
pendicitis. Dr. Steen Is al Muling The Home Mission society of !St. seniors, Misses. Dol'otliv Hiiugh- =
: Judge of Putnam/ county. Judge Clothier
who said be im
the patient was to James ;Methodist chuich will given ton and Dorothy lias*. 'they had Coxe Is n Confederate. veteran and M/ S BrOWlS'l andFurnisher

proving. social Monday/ the Pith, from eightto I Ihe pleasure of their company the when he Isn't busy with the work, of 0 9
Mlsa Fannln assistant publisher ten o'clock nt' I Ihe residence of reel of thu afteinoon." After refreshments his ollloe he likes nothing better 1 1n
of the Florida Baptist Witness U in Mr and 1Irs.V.. U 'illghman. were served they went out In than to talk over the events of the If! ,
FLORIDA. .
I Ihe city in the Interests of that pA- Kvcrj'Doclv collie and upend a pleaa- the yard per. the organ of the Baptist chuichin ante\enlngand help worthy causHAdnilHHlon l lot (fames" until time to go.-PKEHHIII' Judge (lox" will be 74 years on '
Florida. ten cents :rojtlKK, the 7th of Febiuiiry, i, .' 'mr in l n II:: in, 'IB, i ii HI,",in,. in' 11I1.> 'I"1' m ''K::" "mm: ,' : :'n ur" 'II'" "'inn ,iii" JlllIIIIIl'r.III:' rnIlltJ,1111I111HmIIl',i ; ; ''III ,i II. .

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: Is very much alive, anjl has so far been the greatest success of any of our previous clearance sales. Why? becausewe '

back up what we advertise with the goods, and the people are finding it out. We are offering some of the greatest ( I''

bargains in this sale that we have ever offered. and the people are taking advantage of it, so don't fail to get your ;

share. If you do you are the loser. Read the list of bargains through and then come to our store and see many ( I

thousand more that we cannot begin to enumerate. 7''
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/ Skirts. fore had such genuine bargains as 80 in auto cloth Notions at Little Prices.
I we offer you In this sale Some goat ut . . . . . ... 1 lIC I
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Yon never had snoli I hnrgahm I I In lens. tlian half price. You can't 110.in Unllatea cloth, The saving In notions. imbue at this vj/

Skirls na wo give you dining till afford to miss this. 20o value . . . ... I IAmoskeng 2C sale, will amplv tepiy: Von for the
: Sll O. Our stock Isvaiied. fuel com 501)0)( C) }(ln plaid suitings, regu- outings. III plain ando time client 'at I th., iiilo WH sell you
rloto., ,and 1 not 0111I.or tin I a loll but what Iar2'ic IC'axle, ua t. .. . .. IOCt)5c fancy. the others sell at I 12JC. tin,* ti mci thou i tV er3-eI' iy antH I li I little .
; nil tho year round, but. III ) and dOc' wool dress good clearance, sain prIce. . & I Ihlng-i for about one-half, the S.
this sale they have, to go like everything go at . . . . 22C The 15e quality usual, .puueIl
: tine, tit a ia .Io\.u.\. pi'leu. Allthe I "'.. DOc ,aami'; ;' GOo'suiting, In'all i daslrahle ;- nt . . . . . lOC -Ht OI'"I'lhUllun.: .

very latest styli I shiides, at . . .39C Fine shlrtliigstilpe; giughnm. at 3c
f Mine panama skirts, clear-' Panama"' surges,. cheviots etc. regular lu() value at . . 7 C iIhi; ;; and', fancy, p'j' ;,: buttmiH;; ; ; 5,

mice SIIH! price 2.po 71J0 values, at. . . . . 59C values up to ln! atitist .. ... 5c
$"i voile skirts, sal In foldd,
CO-In broadcloth, all the newest 50 brIlH"l'lns'

well$; I worth flit, tills.sale' 3.98 shades' .12:1: values .. . 79C Hosiery I at Dig 1 Saving.uub." '' '' . ...' .. . . .. 3c
j11l-I.lbl"Ktrll'" pitiama" o 45-ln brilllantlne' and I

:. very pr..ttylhl.lot. fani'w; sale ool. .shuts. . ..9OOne $1 1.25 values, at . . serges. . .. OQC .Look up, jour hosIery neidsand Coat's.xlarn. . .I lug. .cot.. .ton. . . 2c --
mile atOmt'H
g..t'Ollrsupplyutthlll and
: Black SilkPetticoats big!
wonh tl and *:;, at . 2.90 silk (1 I ills h crochet cotton
save lit least oiie-quiuter Collie,utiud,
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irO voile "kh'ls.llId ; Handkerchiefs. . . "" Cokll't..t
elegant/ see the great bargains In this line .I'
. .. . 6.90 'I, Pirl Lusta or royal I. society
: $5 voilu\ sku.ts, none piettlermadu Here 'la wh..r.0. <1 get so me thing Digger hey are and going butti nt lint a gleat I than sacrifice.I'v.r to "einbinidory. flpusJ . ,'. . 2icUc Fine Tailored Suits and La.

. . ... . . . .90 for almost nothing- Come and get t tl'Oil. ). O. M. embroidery. floss. per dies' Misses' and Children's
Here Is the value olt'reei 3'OUI'supplyellrly aa they wont last."c. do/ lou, each. . . .. ,
greatest ever -- !long at the prloe Bo doz misses and children's due Uood Surety 1 Pins per InC Coats.
In Slllc Petliuoats. If
S need A you expect lo Bleached Muslin Sheeting.iill dos chlldien's white hemmed ribbed hose out regular 25o nt. .. . ... ... .. 2c
S. >lIk one gelit now. regular f1.011t handkeichlefs values this goods, ',lit . . ... . IOC 1lI0 .u da..pool.\llt\ You may have hoard ol l hu 'nit Coulinnd
clearance sale
.5 S Petticoat.. .. . . . . a.pO Here. I U where I we I h:ive everything\ sale . . . . .. . . 2C Boy's heavy ribbed hose, reg at . . .. . ... . 8c Suits nt abnrgnln, but IV 'hnlleARICOIIII"'ls .
price Wtermlned .rea.d.
skinned four blockn Everybliy! ',. for I this sale
DO doIndies' plain and doss bar ul..rlii"ullty.llt.( . . IOC Sin" I land iloss per skein( '
Black Silk Pettier.it. with Einblold-, [ knows" lie leading, brands In muslins.Ni HOUID are all pure linen, worth Ladles line gauge lila hose, III . . . .. . . 7ic12Jc un can be to mnki. n ibsnluteclem
.. fet>.l Rullle worth fd( 'UU, this one will offei joci such bargains. loc ivt .. . . . 4C the best 25u line. ninde. . 19C ?M'n"II' ikutn: Ponder. 'mice of every coat nnd -" 111"!" ,
: : . :. . . .. .. 3.90 Wo challenge. COI1lI"'I; infill. All our best GO! (,i hose sails lit 25o eviry\\'heie, for, store Every co-vt Is strlcHv .it to the
Frultoflh..loom.I dill and L'>II.- goat . . . . .. . 39c I minute In tjle. Our 01113 ,' use I is too
The new Elite Glove-Fitting Petticoats dale bleaching all till.Inch, lo Coat's Thread. 4c a Spool Some: few specials II pair I many for this season of UK 'ai so out

... like above cut; in !Silks fiom go at . . . . .. . OC for . . . . . . $i Towels for Little Money they go.Long .
*4.18 Il1p, and lleatherbloom from %\l.US A good bleaching, gular lOu Dining I this I salsa I we airolllg4cnK: I Coats actually worn i', 5))

U : up; worth 23; per cent mote" They ate goods, nt. . . . . . 7C give you Coat's Novel before IHIVB been clearing sale price. 2.98
the best fitting petticoats" m' du. !Wee Fnlr UU,in spool, but we have to limit eacd customer 'e able to
finality blenc'ililg; olfer such b ,
Housekeepers Attention. ru.iius In tom bps "'
In-some Long and Short Coats,
them regular 7c goods: at . . 527In to one dozen a day I Come lit 3.98
IC" just hall their .
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every day I and I gut a do/.en 1C you nell:' value I values; this sale.
line soft to Your Is. :
blenching go opportunity right now for I 1/iislsii/ cleaiiuiie, unlit SI
: lit. . . . . . . 4JCFine like Not more thai one dozen to a buylnlCbllrll'alolYl1I tubl"U'"KVe' I I "1"lB"C't. 'i"lie. mind avery $7.50 and S3 Long Coat ,"" 4.98 .
Stock Taking. civmbi'la. Loiisdula make no customer per day nt this piloe have cut the patois" cleen on IheHo I uluci-ti. stock lllust b8 re511 tale . . .., . .

better sold at 12Ju every u here staple goods. '1 lie q'mllile' m.> I'X- *10 1.0111Co, s. very pr (11 6.98
:. Immediately after this sale we take IhUmile. . . .. . 9CJierklev These Prices Dazzle Cornheat and the patterns varied. We al- this sale... . 5
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Coron Cambric, to bn ...
.. account of stock and It Is our desire to w"tyou sure .nIl. HHHH, U''gul lb' hiuaci $12 Long Coats,
reduce stock as much as ]possible and our last' Inequality' at . IOCIloikley petition. lIayourt"blclalllw"y.pwttlor with 'lit . 1..I. .'. towels 5C this sale .. . 7.98

we have put the price on the entire nt Iso. UOCumbiic.valua. . . . I IgCUoiiulne These are staples that everybody a new cover. Inu huuk nnd ttirki'15c i towels $15 and $18 Long Coats '!1' Ii'' 9.98
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fiH-ln bleached and ned .
; know, anil we always challenge D un- v.rv //1" are beRottas. .
; ; competlon nod linn-H : lOc I.
S. stock to make them Lonsdale I 5
go. ask, sale price .. . . . 19c tat styliah. ,
: We do not to a dollars .at.. . . . . . . HjCI on them.! Hu-lnch 1 line "table \,erInrue: 1 I'i.uuehiei luikish.-, $25: LonlCOUtll., very llni I
propose carry damiuk. regiilnrHuo 'I.. oiiio beautiful evening toRt
All the best grade fancy calicoes : : i "leu-ulai" ailovaluis) 12c! .
I U-4 brown 43cI" I' 90
sheeting good quality goods, at .. . .
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worth over that a deep cut price willS worth 21o . 17C all new patterns some, huve 2Sc' tutu 8ue Ii Ie linen huck Uamask Ihl..lotthlalal.;
make go. U'4 Pepperell'Bleached j :" s''i',; ;; : the new side bands . . SC 72-I In all linen ,and floe mer- "'nd turkish bnthtonils, extra Our $ h5 Long theta go nl rli .50
l I'd: our 76ii .. 59C 19
S All remnants and odd lots. will be Inur woith UOu, at. . . .. 25C Otmulae Amoskeng apron ( 7a-in ,due quality:linen: at . large' clearance. sale uiiue lo-!) 21C low price, of. .. beluLItielacid ,
checks, you pay 80 anywhere,. 5AmOHKrag very ; damask, $12 50Opera) Capes ; they m'
UO In Hun Island, *
cleared up at most old price Come our $1 :25 quality 98C
any thin Hills . . . . 4JC dress gingham ar7J fully worth Sl 15; cluarnnci a.Ogsain
and see the greatest bargains ever 8(1( .In Sees' Island, 7c vnlua\ plain,aniHancv, at . . 9& -In extra fine, 41 CO grade to Skinned a Mile. price. .. . .
. 1.19
:. offered. this finl. ... . . . . SC 0Ilp..y1:1.ctorthe.egoods.: goat\ ; .. -tlJ5 1 ( Silk Rain. Coats '>il"SIllH 890
__ _ _ GOOd sl4 d.III'; P ki..i. You do not luve, . . . ., :
3D In fine Sea Island', Large assortment of bountiful from
at .. . .. . . 79C home away Ills
bargain5
Here's a Snap I IHere's 8c value I . . . . 6c Scotch I cloth.I B.) I Inches wide, a Larirer, HUallneiiaud to get. I ," We I have f20.oo Silk Rain Coats 14.50
bull. II Iy for 15o at .. . IOC l Iz-II.I t 25; values .mercer- 3Sc JII"kMOII\'III, 01' any( 011'..r city skit,. suit). . . .
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n snap no one should mills : at IH.d.a I mile. w Cravenette Rain CoalsU al
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You must not fall to see these.niMn : always belo 398
88-Inch Pongue In all leading Dress Goods Sacrificed. Fine all Linen. .i 5i ;quality; : a'l"d"t :, ties; this sale. . .
: shades; this sale . . . 3QC fine linen at. . . . . 1.24 SffTJtV.r118", : quality' 18lSltverb.tlJl'e A few Ladles' *!15 end fro) Fills Ts1101- S
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have you had much Ion value . . . . . IOC Uood sUa fancy damask out (
You pay Too to $1 for no hotter. See an opportunity to get desirable dress 88-in nameless Indian Head, napkins ready heimnmed cotton M my a linrd) i-ni" ned dollar can' be ed Suits will bit closed 1112750

Sa them. and you wont pass them by goods. nt such prices. You never be 15u value. . . . ... ... IOC U5c. at. . . . . .value. 48C I "th"vl"'bll I by sub atlpplyliug,. your wallIs nt this(.U5:! sale Suits: at.go. .In. .this. clearnucAsale 17.50

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So bring the money. Money f7' So
bring the
money. Money is .
:9 \q is what we want. We are sell- i' what
we want We
are selling I
.4 Q: ing the goods too cheap to the goods ,
too cheap to take I
:) take time to charge them. % '

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