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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 22, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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: fTI-----1, For Cash Wilson J,
I I'liuler will pletiHH return to. Miss ,
y Muruitiiu' lIIall'eo..Ireward.. MEET IN PALATKA Mrs. H. A. Perry him been spendIng .MORE PAVING. Dr Cortliell has so far recovered

\ i several days in Palatka.Mre as to be up In her. room.

il LOCAL AUENT WANTED OBO. Flak and Miss Eva Mrs. Webber Is enjoying 1vl lt

: WeatherMan l 11 Pounds Northern commission house wants a As Delegates to Ninth Annual Woodwell were visitors In Palatki Georgia Cement Rock and from her gralldllnl\'hter. Miss Evelyn.

i! ;.. iF reliable and hustling' nirent' In tliU Session of Florida IlI week.. Interlachen Gravel Will be Prolhurol of Port Chester N. Y 1 .
territory to. solicit consignments of Miss Webber. went to Palatka Monday -
r F Granulated fnil!ten 1 veretnl-li Fur pnrtlouliiri Federation.A \V, II. Castle and family of six arrived Used. to meet her

Sugar for I( address E. Uennnhi Orlando/ convention of stntu wide IntHreg' Saturday from Julucy, III., New Sidewalks Were Also Ordered. The ..services the Congregationalchurch
Mil. and will the remainder of tin
spend
1 'L2.9t.
Says him been In session In Palatka, much last Sunday were. of an unusually
i winter. Every one I IH glad to net The city council tackled. the paving -
: 50 I.OS1''HII: belt;: buckle ;nt of the punt week, the delegates to( Interesting order-a sermon In
Cents.Any BnptiHtchnu'h their lovely home occupied again. conundrum on Tuesday nigh
( lust Uutuluy: nlKlit, or on which liavebepti conspicuous on the and found n solution by adopting the morning and... lecture at night,
streets of the. attractive O. II. Worcester made t.o by the distinguished German
.trppt. Leave, at lay Bros.Ve14t by reason not only a trip preacher
but the Jacksonville. with view. to Georgia" Cement Hock or Augustagravel and lecturer. Dr. F. A, HoUzhnu-
Kim storit. badges worn, by Monday a
I i person buying Two -. ._-. -.-------..--,--- more inn flint Incllvliluar purchasing n new bono in place.ot as t the. material tor all tinstreets sen. The subject of the morning
"ColdWave. : Dollars worth of and collectively would attract the lost l except a link which Is to con discourse was "The' Problem of
: any good i MR HA LK:-(food, xxoond-hnnd ly they one recently. fleet Kirby street from south line of "

t we sell will be entitled to I bunny.: DII. 1 K.: W. WABUKN. tf. attention anywhere us-sober. Lust week. saw the last of the Osoeola to an intersection. with tin. It Problems-or does Death End All?
sensible well-frroomed and well-Fee. was an able exposition of this
W. S. Middleton road to Francis and t
the above opportunity Any skin ItchltiK Is a temper-tester.. people meb together for the earnest. and orange W.business H. Cook niabout county Interlanhen.The .running great problem, calculated to satisfy '
The but none. the less dellberntlocof flnl"hlnlf'Up the doubting mind and strengthen
I'' more" you scratch the worse It sane
for tin
time.Ve miss the ordlnnnae
Itell.... DOIIII'H the the same provides the Christian hope of the {future. .J
Olntniontcures plls, questions affecting publIc
i On Next busy hurry Rbollt the packing house following streets with:
'
Monday Tho .
"cz'nlll-ILny skin Itching At all good. and the teaming but orange growers the Georgia material : lecture In the evening was on .l
dni met Modern takepticism"whlch subject
( \ store These delegates lire toiretheiits are now Interested In caring for and Sliver street from the south. line of
,
representatives of the dllferenttrades I wee handled. In a masterful manner,
:i i January 25th. ) IH fertilizing their groves looking forward Om-otda to north line of Laurel. and those who
1)ysprpRla| |> our national ullninnt.Itnulouk unions In the Rfllte, and their was a rpretreat to
to the of 1UOU the banner South Third street from north line
Blood flitter I In the national association In onllod the Florld season im heard It. 'I'he opportunity. of hear.
euro for it. It strmiKtlimiH. Htotn- federation of Labor. year.J. of Laurel to south line of Lemon. lug such aa Ur. Holtzlmu-/

Over Coats C. H. neli incinliruiioa, promotes flow of The meinbora of the Federation an \V. Edmonds has had the misfortune North Third street from nortlvllncof Bell Is n privilege that Is seldom enJoyed -
Preston south Hue of DunhamSouth
Lemon to
Co illltfHtlvo Juices, tmrlfles the blood representative. of the beat. brains and to lose his pocket-book containing Fifth street from south line by the citizens. : our smaller
builds you up. ability In their various calling some keys papers and about llluges.
of Lemon to north line of Laurel.
I' There are two or three Indies present $25! In money. Pocket-book was Mr. J. II. Martin and wife, who
Crescent Laurel street from east line ol
Will City Fla. See; (Irninircf Best in '
: ror urioocrtfH.
representing unionized women work' supposed to bo lost on the way to or have spent the fall and winter here .
Fifth west line of Kh'by.llrby
) In the. city Prlaps always rensonable. ers. One. of them. IH the wife. of the from Piney Bluff Saturday We : to from south line of Laurel to Intend leaving to-day for California, ..

I president J. ]oJ. Uoddard of Tampa, sincerely hope some one will find their former home I that they may be
You the best at lowH south line of Osceola.held
Be Needed.We (tot groceries (She is an Intelligent "gracious, modest this and return It to Mr. Kd-' near. their only child. ,.
rmnnnnnnttrrrnnrmmPositive' | prices, when you trade. with A. purse street from west line of
raliiKur at the new store.WAN'tI.DLndyorgentienan. woman who would attract attention mono Water to east line of Fourth Latent. wOI'd from the Downing,

I by reason of these qualities In Mre O. A. Knowlton very pleasant- The Interlachen gravel la to be. at St. Louis, it to the effect that he

have a large stock ) a | of anv social gathering I Ir entertained the ladies at her home used. on III'botreet from south line. Is sick with pneumonia.
The Mews has been .
fair education to travel for a linn. of represented to'
.
Tuesday afternoon These silver of Osceoln south linu of Tucum- Mr OPO. I';. Glllett Is In Jacksonville
.
sudlotently in the sessions to be able
and want to convert household\ ntticlits and at.elultlea.Mnl.ry teas are In the Interest of our church seh. and on Teoumseh from east line this week. attending the Grand ..
I i if:S 5D; per day above expenses, to assure Its army of readers, both and should. be. well attended each of Kit''by to southwest corner. l'alllLkao"Uletery Lodge' of Mnsone. One of the most

them Into cash, so f Bargain | AllllfPSS, TlIK: Al.KXANDKH: SUITI.V Federation and convention democratic hug, that been this week.. and thence to a point of Important events of the occasion hRs
t'oM I I'A NY, Dniirboru:( St. Chicago: up ntersflctlon with the road.
county been the dedication of the new Masonic .
have put the prices $ Illinois. 1-11-Ht! to no achemes. for the overthrow of Mr. Gate of Como has made several .
) This latter la to be graded 20 feet temple.. + I

down to the bottom i ='If Sold | Sacks Wanted. acquisition the. government. of the, nor property to plot for of any the tripe automobile to Pomona. and has his handsomenew caused. a wide. and the )gravel. road bed la to be. Mr. O. H Ewing has been ah "nt
Quick. 12 feet wide.
e cltUen. All It will ask, ns will be few horses to sit up and take notice. since. Tuesday 'last week serving as uuror
the
on them. : \Ve, purehiixeoorii, out f.."d. cottonseed seen when Its proceedings are published However. they take the "new horse". The streets on which Georgia. In the U. S. district court at
used the ordinanceprovides
cement rock Is ,
This is our final Lot 67x150 feet =3 hull and potato sarks U In Rood In that labor be dealt withfaiily very sensibly, and our cltl'/etm are shall be from curb to curb Miami.

uoiidlllon.' Palatka Ice Factory. If. and honestly. ; to call attention always glad to have Mr. Gates make with Inches thick In Uncle Jack Mason one of our'oldeat -

Overcoat Sale for the : E on Emmet street 3 -- .- ----. to cas s where this Is' not done; to our town a call. center gravel and five seven Inches thick at the and most esteemed colored. citizens -
SirKftlFf'rS; ALK.MiK.lt .. discuss questions affecting the welfare who has been in declining +
The enterprising ladles of the. V. I. curb. The curbing Is to be of wood
Don't missit. of the state and of which the is
season. health' for several months, noW'v..ry
Desirable location if A. will give on the pvtining of Jan. :j x 8: Inches.

This is a rare U I l::: AND 11Y, VIltTfH: ; : OF: Jt'lxjlltlMIt laborer forme the and larger to mid lawful more Hth! a Conundrum Supper." There The ordinance provides tor,the npproprlutlon low .
s IIIKl Mil Ktl'I'lltlOll tHNtll'll 1 lilt Ofunit Important part adopt
:: Must sell quick for 3 riniii Iho t'liciilt Tenet' of tll. Kotirtliliiillilnl means of exacting justice for laborwhere will be a'n Interesting and puzzling of $11,000 for the purposef
Bond Trustees.
chance: d I'lri'iilt or I Mm-liln. 'In and l for .Ht.lolniri menu which If properly ordered, carrying one Its provisions) the Duties ef
there IH to
I l'ittint, fin Illc I ( Hli day of luii'uiiilw' a tendency deny It. will develop Into a most enjoyable money to be derived from ,ale of '
Cravenetts IE Cash. iI = \ I) UNIhlrli' Hiilil: :! jlliltfini'lit' :: :: IN of rnrord; l The deliberations. of the convention ," and the ladles hop for a mvlng' and redemption bonds. This There seems to be a misconception
Priestly I In i,Hunk:; J No.a of; tun I Inn; .linlmiU'liUul puao| lire conducted. In an orderly, business* supper \ In the minds of certain leading. citizens -
lea In 'h,- utlliir Iii,' I'li'ik. of the clriMill. like manner and In that shows good patronage next Thursday. evo- le. for the city's part-the people of Pulatka.. regarding the HUhorlty -
absolutely rainproof, --- I'otirl for. ,I'utiiiilil CiilinH >I.lIlu.I"u''?!'' a way hilt January 2Hth. along the line of the streets. will go the duties of the. board of
-- of the -
most to
:::: tnlu fiiili. HUM iiiMiilliix III shill circuit' delegates beexperts twice .
town In their for
overcoats $1 .50values, I'uu' mr" st. thus <'uut\.\, i ho,',du l.:. D. In the. matter of parliamentary pro- Miss Van lloltern last her ch rckmcoop : pants nearly bond trustees under the. ordinance. r.
H. Finley Tucker.Op. (1',1 hire HVHIH/i-r.I I'uiiiiiiiiij.iiOurimiiitloiin ceedure. and barn by lire one day hint his amount. But- Indeed this misconception seemsto .
-' ,., M. YeUlniltniilt will be wOI.tbth"
1'IIIIIItltf.III1,1 henry The Improvement
for i \\ lll'tt'lltlllllt.' lllVt! ll'VltMl UI10II 1 IIHtllOHOH The reaidingofllcer of the Federation -'I week, and her house near by had a sacrifice. have crept Into the proceeding of

I ::: Court IIIu-,,. I'uliitkii., Hu =J | >'ltOf t it' Hllltl l lll'fcllltllllt tllltl 1 Ul>)jlU1tlosiild Mr. J. J<;. Uoddard. of Tampa, is narrow escape Hiss Van was all This cement rock Is saidto I city council Itself. And If the News.
Georgia
;lililuinelit' and 1 I 1'x'clI'lulI.II",1: "lllSI has not been misinformed the Palat-
clear-headed and has and had It not been' for
dlgnl- alone timely
= a quiet, ,
=
_, Olltt'rV.tl.) till* lllttllt'Ht, Illltl (iH'Ht be. of color and "good stutf.
light
1'hoal I 1. II (lit I ,Dlllllll! have ka board of trade has been laboring
$7.75. :=; door' of HID" fled way of dispatching business and aid the home rnightalso been
:::: l>ulili.r.fi>ri'liHli| lit t tin'mill' : : ; Hla honor Mayor Wilson and President -
: : : : ., under certain delusions .
I Court i tloimxnt, I'nlntan! I Ill I'lilniiiiiroiiniy' 'avoiding friction. consumed. We are very glad this regardloglhsrights
and
J11111U1i11lIIIIIIIIIJIIJIIIUIIII'CIIllp tinI 10'.111 I 1 hue re of mil", oil Davis have Investigated and of this board of
? 'IOI..III.llu11I1( 'l'hesecretary. is "on to" his Job. did not occur, and kind friends have privileges

$13.50 Coats for "h" ll 11x1' SUNDAY IN MAHf'II MW,, tie Is Mr. J. A. Roberta also of Tnni- helped to make good the' l loss of' this hey, There say was so. some opposition to this lunnce managers and*their duties
under the law.
i M""'. 111111 l 'miluli.H >a. estimable lady .
Muivh IMI.
Hi' mini' lu'liiu naterlal on the part of north Third
lulluwlnil .h''II.IIIII..1" The convention. assembled on Tuesday At the meeting of the board of
.,Jii in III III in m III in in nt UKsmiTirs ilny tin.
Is entertaln- who wanted
Mrs.O.[ Worcester street owners
$9.00. In tinrnniilv ofl1itiminiiinlHiiiti property rude last It l la said
nml I bt'lim Monday evening
na
.r<|iil IMPM lye : and was mot with an address of
= \ ::, : : ':: >ot Kloi'ldii.lo-wlt, :: welcome E. Noble Calhoun Ing friends from Chicago, but at vitrified brick, and who were represented hat at least two prominent memberseevel'ely
lii'iiliiiitnu nt 'it uliliMi' IRIlrr by Judge the of the Messrs Hllburn, and Ca-.
: : : .o.lol.'i: : writing names by criticised the board of boud t
: : ,
ill:chalk: meal o' the 1I minerlt I who, in a most eloquent and thoroughly ladles
$15.00 Coats for : leutin had: not been. learned. (nova who addressed the council in for to
Home Made Candy >r ",'.tloll IItl'lit% .fellll' I Ul I) tiiwiiHlilii) convincing manner,gave ,the trustees presuming recom.
i q ij ... .. .
Miutli., of rmw l wont y-Wren (i27i) oiiHt nembcrs of the. Federation to understand -- behalf of this material. But the mend the use of vitrified brick In the
1 ilifiirinoutli tilting riinnii lino, 'IK-IWOIUI riinui I ouncll had different( views and all
Blind Tiger Captured. of North Third street. At
1 Ice Cream C I. lviMltHi''ll Mud 'lily-i'lHlit IB7, nmlJll (hut their welcome to Palatka least
: thl'IK'l eat the members except four voted forthe of 'these .
$10.00.Regular Il gentlemen even
,
:' till I dill l-llllllH' to II poll was no mule formal "deITligh ted-to- went to Crescent one
:! Illlll I .1.1. IlllkS to II PIIHl Sheriff Kennedy ; ordinance' the
: WM'lllTl 'lllllllH went. so far as to Intimate that
Drinks. BBH-you" alfnirs but "genuine "pull-
Cold |
Hot and t hrnrr north II""-Itt l l ilinliiHlnii piwr. tliyiwi' City this week and as a result of his There waR communication from bad exceeded.
this
Iii In matter
iiiI. ., and "7 "til<. t", II -the-tabia and makeyouiselvesitliomo" board ,
cliilUlx up-to
\\ t l \1''lH.'i' visit brought back J. W. Hoi ley, a he board of bond trustees advising
Over Coats, I n"lh lIt? (1.I'h"I"'O) II 1 point.HM its Its authority.
I. kind that
llrlll I'
for l I I accomplished
\r..11 -- 1.1111. '
q I I''hrnr"lust 'llU ,rNn, i-hnlii 10'h,' iHilllt, colored restaurant, keeper of that I he council of the sale of $, 0.uuu & percent The News cannot accept this view.This .
.'on'tut l"Hi- tlilitfflt" "' purpose place, icharged with opeiatlng. a bonds and recommending that '
for iHulniilnu. It'l Is much concealed
$10.00 coats Huyler Candles. ,. alit, M t illiil-IKli.I I ' hh' HnoK i:.IIUI| (" itev. L. 11. Lynn' made the opening Hind tiger. It l Is claimed thivr' Hul- north Third street from Lemon to paper not so
or nhl' I'm mi m Count)', regarding. ", the material used for pav-
,
t s
iiiii
.I.nI"rldn., .oiiM prayer I.y, sold nothing. but cider, but as the old U. 1:1. & K. depot bo paved lag It Is for the paving. It has
1 !'I jj Wednesday, IIIOI'n hlt., Senator. as
j L. A. SMITH Wills has defined the sale of
650. i rlur'III., ', I I" 1"1r", "" 'isINN Judge with vitrified bilck which was read. bee willing to trust to tbe patriotIsm -
II H. I.. :: I:n1.Y'. I 3. B. Ciill was Introduced to the convention liquor thut''wlllmlLke the drunk
nd received.
Klu.Bargains any and business judgment of those ,,
I'nlulkii. Imlilii, Mherln' l'ulititu'iMiiil' ) ) and made a short address In
anut'in violation of the cuunty
} ., I c.1 1 I' Flit :'II which he showed with tbe come" as a A motion' prevailed Instructing the III authority to settle. the question of
$11.50 Coats for. : II. ': in,, 11' m w'' Ill III u III n III l.""Slll;: U;n':w, ). 1.; .I.iINNI'I'iUI" generally undersood sympathy of prohibition law Sheriff Kennerlywill city clerk to notify property owners naterlal.
purposes enforce the law against soutewho 'to construct sidewalks within 15 But where does authority In this

labor organ lzslimhe.r Ills remarks have heretofore. considered days on both sides of Reid street matter lie? What 18 I the. law In the
well received, and at their
conelusion -
WNiUUU \UMt. were themselves immune.Judge '
"UrUI'I 'i.u, rom Klaventh; to Twelfth and on use ?
$7.25. .
he was honored by 'being
Coxe bound Holley over to both sides of Eleventh from Held to.lain. for the
"An ordinance to provide
made, with.. rising vote, an honor- he circuit court lu the sum of *100, All of the former is throughA. Issue of bonds and payment. thereof. "
try member of the convention. and he "gave, the required bond. C. L. pro\1el.tY-lIale much of theutter.
lUlli
$12.50 Coats for In the afternoon Hon. S. J.Uilburn Pushed In open council on the
., in Palatka. it The sherlll's oHIce, has been. cognizant .
day of November 1UU1\ In section four
W. Uussell also
and Editor A were
of violations of the prohibition Alderman Uslim, chairman of the.
that
((4)) of that ordinance provides :
.. m, introduced to the convention, 'uutk- law at Crescent. City: for some tlllle.I..d street committee, made v..rblll.re- "Said board of bond trustees shall

775.: sae.. w hug brief. addresses, which were. generously Sheriff Kennerly on this I trip uo.UtI..d port that the A. U. L. It'y had failed take charge of the publlu works con-

r Jj5 npplnuded. They too were" all those against whom-there to Improve approach to the depot teuhplatedbythlsordlnanceaudcontract -

honored-by a unanimous rising was moral certainty. of guilt, that from Intersection of Eleventh; and board
Town Property for sucll work. Whet the
These Coats come in Farm or .33 irote-by being made. honorary mem- he knew them and would get them Reid streets but had graded a 15 of bond trustees shall deem it advls-
.
hers. of the. "Federation and the sec
; 'sure pop''uiile they quit their tin- foot roadway parallel with Its tracks
.
able to make contract for the exeutlon -
solid black and gray retary cumo. forward and pinned lawful traillo. And he w1do\ It. ',Twelfth street to Lemon. He also of work or for the purchase of

:: Timber Lands for Sale or Lease. jpi Membership budges) to their coat eported"'m the amount of work done my material' or matters under its

mixed goods. --- : apels.Mr. Hllburn left the. Federation. In For ShopLifting.Sheriff on the streets, Including labor curbIng charge, to amount, exceeding 1'iUO. ,
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and and
grading requested
.
- "i careful estimate shall be made In
This is chance ofa : 10 uncertainty regarding what his Kennerly has arrested further Instruction as to whether. orot
a detail of -the cost of such work or
.. of theriorlda and his wife OUR
,flea would b us a member Charley llrantley he should continue the woik. A
naterlal, und the board of bond trns-
tr legislature. on any measuresproposed ale, colored charged with the theftof
life time don'tmiss notion prevailed that the work be
so tees hall transmit it to the m lyorind
affecting the rights and Inerests a line light blue silk dress patt.ernfrom .
FORD continued, and that all streets cross.lug .
H. A. of organised labor, and thereIs the Earnest' Co's store lust Saturday city council with its recommendation -
Lemon, as far west AS Eleventh: .
it. The sale on w no doubt that the members all felt night. he graded and curbed If the chair- with an estimate of the cost,
r iiid the of an ordinance
1 they had iv true friend and champion tussle. lirnntley was susplcloned upon passage
these Coats' J tII/ln of the street committee deemed by the and city council ..u-
begins on mayor
In this distinguished attorney andegUlator. and the sherllf made a search j>t thelouse
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r ---- a block either side
-- It a on
--_ -- --- necessary horUing the expenditure It shall be
v
.
However,
) 11e ------ but found not hint;
--- ,
Aa uf Lemon elr".t.Lee's
.. of two found at the home of he. duty of said board of bond trusses
\ : A committee wai appointed the goods were I
= Polk County Waycross, Gainesville, gj to wait upon ten 11. A, H. McKenzie II dressmaker, who stated that UussieHrantley Birthday Reception. to advertise and let such workto
Monday ,
and such material from
: :: and invite him to address the had brought the pattern purchase
"
:; Patton Anderson Chapter United i this lowest responsible bidder.
convention, but that gentleman Kent here to be made up.
r Norwalk and Jacksonville .. t letter Instead in which he clearly tussle was arrested but declared Daughters of the Confederacy gave a The. tlnal clause in the paving orlinance -
r "
18. : d his sympathies' with the ehe found the goods on' tno .street. .delightful. reception In cnmmemora- passed last Tuesday night,
January
for Sale, objects of the Federation.. The latter Under the guidance of the shprlll In lon of Gen. Kobt. K.; Lee's. nnnlersary and which says that "All ordinances aIn
Property
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.A. conlllct with this ordinance. are thereby
; := < was read by the secretary. the sweat. box, however. she finally
G. Phillips{ Wednesday night, repealed" will not work lit
husband her
resolutions her
:" The Fed"fIIlou! adopted admitted that' "gave
Come early and get ,<' or will trade '" against child labor; favoring stateurnlslied the goods The sheriff determined which was attended by more. than.. this instance. The bond ordinance +

,1 school books; protesting and will work In connection with hundred guests. Wile enacted under special authority sand
one as they won't last :c. For Palatka Property. ; against Judge ..Wright's decision In Chief Hagan In protect lug local merchants The ladles of the chapter'had pro- by an act of the I legislature. It
:: musical free holders of the city
the cues. of PreeldentJompere and from shop-litters. Ided a delightful program gave to the
long at these wonderful ,I" his ca-olltcials of the general federation Sherilf. 'Kennerly has sent evennell'ro which Included vocal solos by Mrs power. to establish this financial truiieeshlp -
Hllburn-Mis. Itassett. and Mr with its limitations and
nl"WNnBOOIS and pledged support for ap- convicts to the umps In Dun- S. J. r
low prices.Remember r '.N.I' 'N '.I"'Y'M\\VN\J"'W\M' \ 'N\\ lellon during the past week. N. H. Aloriignn" with a duett, "An. powers, and the act cannot.. be set
Miss Louhe
c nee Laurie' by Moragne aslda so easily.
1'he question of local option vs. Mud !Mrs. Phillips.The .- Would 1 111. not be good idea for the
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.also that ? I o. AH i I itute-wida prohibition was broughtlefora Baptist Church, Services. accompanists here Misses council and that body of earnest pro. .

( [ Klo.1. on J the oonventlon In a resolution Jassett, Wlnlfr llaughton and gressionists, the board of trade to P
ROT. Dr. correspondingsecretary
Geiger
beginning Saturday introduced by a delegate from the
laud the bond ordlnllnoe'lAnd
.hmN ,h... and Baptist State Missions, Hagero. study
bw.i tar ig.e Wn';CREDT 1 I'ampn bartender's union will conduct the services aC the. Baptist Mr. J, N. Blackwell delivered an I would It not be a good Idea
Jan. 16th, and lasting m..od .not d.. evoked warm" discussion The convention both address on "Gen. Lee. lOll a Man and for all of the boards In the city ottlu-
stun 'In your ; finally declared' In favor of ; church next Sunday morning whloh has been. make I
is musical CltUen" and pro- Inl and unolllolul/ a supreme ,
d.r. W. and evening. Splendid i
until Feb. 1st, we will ," ..', Wxulsr' local option. The ordinance of baptism pounced an eloquent enology of thesouth's effort for harmonious united action f

give ..h I...." ,.,10. .n.ll I., Sb., AU..,.. Sa There. were some Si) delegates. pres- program.will be administered at the evening greatest lender and one of In the Interests of greater I'alatknV
CO ant. fully one-half of which came" service. the nation's purest, noblest cltUens Nothing will so tend to perfect

," From Tampa, the; leading labor union school at '10 a. in., H. O. and greatest figures.Mrs. ; harmony a* for all to keep within
300 '" ,..-.,.., ,,...,._._- urganlgatlon of the state. rlannn Sunday, superintendent. The preaoh- J. N. Walton read an able the law. When that Is done criticism

Votes DeLand wan 'chosen as the place lug services are at 11 a. m. und 7:80:! ) and accurate hlsto..lo..lllketoh. of the falls flat.

-ti(7't'---.iI'------ for holding the next annual session. A welcome to all. Daughters of the Confederacy, Its obJect thLL the present Instance It seemi )
1 1n und the claims of that city. were p.0. and alms, which was listened to the city council Is the body chat.
on the Piano for every 'A ttrongly and successfully urged by with the greatest Interest.. hits exceeded Its authority under the

Collar's Rose and CarnationHAT W llo'lell'ateV J, Known representing Tax Notice.I At the conclusion of the musical, bonding ordinance.St 1
worth of t. Genuine the carpenter' union of that place. will be at precincts with) tax and literary pronrum those present

goods It'! ,vr The ollloers of the Federation. for books on the following days: were served with refreshments con- Methodist Church. a

purchased 'at the ensuing year were. elected Just riorahome. Friday morning, Jan. 22 olHI hill of chocolate' coffee, tea. naiad 'James'

"our PINS before IInnl I adjournment yesterdaynoon. trundlr., Friday afternoon. .Jan. H'J: and wafers. The which H. DUTILL I'\BI'OR.

: store, or for every r /s \ / They are: Baldwin School Snturday.Jan.' 211 look the form of an lularnal. so, 1,1. Next Sunday the aervlui. 'will boas

dollar : l, President Senator Louis W. Zlm, Bostwiok, Tuesday morning, .Jan. 211 was thoroughly enjoyed. In all Its follows

paid on ac- % Flower jjh : St. : lot J. On the aboVe dates my otllce will nature. by those present, and the Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. '

tounts.Fearnside: Made from the Real t': Bradford'I'anhpa vlo"Jreeldpnt.; be closed. A. S. WILLAKD essoua drawn from the lira of the Preaching at ltUOn.: and 7:1)0
t dent John Poinur St. Augustine; Tax Collector.: !great commander by Mr Blackwell p.m.

:1J vies president Joe N Biiilth: \ .. were so presented us to evoke com- Junior League at 8:00 p. m.
h $1.50 fo 250. \ / liioknoiivillelib: vice-president, II.j. unions. unndstlnn from the elders and serve Wednesday at 7:110: p. m. Prayer

t [.. Howell Tampa. ; Btli vice pros-) A. W. Fletcher, Hennls Perermann a. an Inspiration for higher, nobler meeting. *

j tent, Louis Ortnuo. '1'1111I1'16th vice and U H. Wigg composed' the local citizenship to the younger genera-
of '
A Sent on receipt price. i B >resldmit Jennie 'Wlllliuns l Faatka committee entertainment. Ion of hearers. .Don't Take the Rl k. '

4; I ; secretary and treasurer J. A.Robert. !Most of the delegates. left on the When you have a bad cough" or cold I

refunded.SMITH .. Tampa; legislature oom- afternoon trains yesterday. Next Week's Amuiement. do not lot It drag along until I it becomes

!I t If not satisfactory money \t t.t. nlttee, W. F Kdgsrtou, Ht Augu "Peck and His Mother-ln-Law chronic bronchitis or develop Into an

Clothing '" I j \t line; L. PxHead, Pensaoola .and Croup and Whooping Cough. Abroad" will be the bill at the New. attaok of pneumonia but give It the at-

ii / Ulms. J>ldy Tallahassen. Delegate The mothers of young children haveno lowell Theater next week Wednesday ention itj.* deserves and get rid of It.
bo Am"rlcan Federation Convention, need to fear these diseases 11 they night. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aDd

-.- a h I The Jeweler vt9 J.I T. Blacknnn'Vamps. keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ttt This I ii. a most laughable faro you are. sure of prompt relief, from a
&! There are aNw colored unions In hand Mr. M. Davenport, of Paula com i dy In which there Is satcl to baa .mall beginning tile sale and use of title

Co. i t tbe.tstexudt. tns.. were represented Valley lad. Ter., writes: "I have hearty laugh every moment. It preparation has extended to all parts ot ..
< S U In the aoit.,eution. used Ohambiirlalu'a Cough Remedy in will .le one of the lending events. of the United States. and to' many foreign 1

Mr. 11. A. Stumps represented thnocal family for several and have the present season and all who would countries Its many remarkable euraa '
I.t 1> Palalka Florida. \\ti I white carpenters. P. 1..0r..nt.. found my It especially effective vearp! for croup enJ"y fun should nee It. The sale of of cough and colds have won for It thla r,
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t At; II. B.Scott and Jennie M. Willluni and whooping oough." For sale by reserved seats will be at Aokerman'towart' wide reputation and extena v. use For
j : local representative of colored ale A.ukorman-itewart) Drug Co.
Palatka Fla. fC;; were Ackerman-titewart: Drug Co. store. by ?

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THE PALATKA NEWS FOR STAC PROHIBITION. Christian Endeavor Ilk Fed Edible Rats.regarded his-i, A HELPING HAND =

The Tampa Tribune of recent date Mr. \V. 8. Middleton, of diplomat
and Advertiser. has the I..s taking hold of his new legs with faint disgust ; PulutknCltlcn. '
following
Interesting piece they ere good," bo fal IM Kindly I KxlendcJ IL A. l'l
or president for northeastern W. CO.
lerryday \
of Information
Entered at the Palatka poatofllceas !
bard
III a way that. will mean good Is though. to conquer
mallablo. mutter of the second citizensIn I.
"At the ei.tliiisinstio.
next session of the Floridaeglslaturen his year. Set they ore :. class. 1 hill will lie Introduced I I eh?" Falatka' prepnre.1 to toll their experIence I .
One of t the bent reporters good. Testimonyfrom Dealer iti
; P Il>lIshed at Palatka. Fla., on : for tho amendment of the state con- State Union la. Mrs. j.K. laughed long and Btirb for tliepnblie a source Is the bent of evidence

Fridays byRUSSELL titutlon so as to submit the matter of the union society In and will prove II "helping liana

,1 AVICKERS.W of state-wide prohibition to the peo- Coast district. She tells. of ba cried, "are repelled by to scores of readers Bead the following Crate Materialof
essful. social held lit the, you who eat dogs and unite'nenti 1
and 1
pie, one of the warmest advocates /
.. $t hurt, where. something iii Lemon ot.Palntka. .
A. RUSSELL. Editor$ Edward! inuler living Oil
?
that this bill will have will ImIon.
nusnal for Kndeavor socials, ," said tho Cbluauian, "our Hoilda. : snvs: "l'or several
Don. CJ. McMullen, senator from chIldren, were much In .. back bud hl'l'n piinsluK/ me of all Kinds.
and rata are the cleanest nonths my I
WEAPONS OF LABOR. They enjoyed. their
'nmpa. especially\ They are oqiml to considerable misery. J111/ <1 a liiinencM
: There are in Palatka tills week "Mr. MuMiillon Hinted yesterday corner where for duck or California peach and soreness ui'rom my loins. and rnoie ,
.r five could
some fifty or more representatives of that while he will not frame this bill linnib editS and th..ly out a "put plum They arc confined in runs, was a dull olmoHt itching constantly.through( my I It lildneynKlunH fausud\ 1m Fruit and

organized labor In Florida.Th..Re he Is certain, that It will be; Introduo- hat/ they found unusual ; and to mnko their flesh to walk und wh,,'} I
me /grout misery
gentlemen are met together ell and he has no doubt but that it Inms wa evident judging/ delIcate they are foil on sut down for a little W.iile: 1 would become I

_ ._ a* delegates; to the Ninth Annual 1 will clu'r)'. It will require a two- olae hlch that the Issued from the broad and milk and vcga- so stiff that it was only with great 11m Vegetable"Wraps.
"pie" was 1 If I
________ Session of the Btute! Federation. of 1 thirds vote to pnsss such ... meiibure Another. feature of the ( meat whatever. diflicnlty that I was able to in iso. III IIIil
think It to unytblnu jbnrpwinges .
disgusting stooped pick
I from the which I a office where each np ,
.Labor. but line-up, It Is aleiced post one thronxb lilY'' loins.
And while the bushiest BusBlo : has been formed t there Is I little I 1 fur his mall and none were and dogs because you linag-and i blld heard would of 1.IIIIHS>'olln'" Kidnev Pills amid 1 /
"ointed being told there fattening on coj'rlon
by
are secret they are doing no more doubt but that (he required majority ,letters for them.\ The ( these frogs here No, I'm finally piocurwl, box at .1. II. llanj.liton's .

than would a quartette of capitalists will be secureJ. Mr. McMullen "' each letter drug( store 'I heir. use banlHiioathe il
mmysha umi was five oents They may have fed on and\ at -
liuiiciivHS, and n. present
< noreiie
met together In a private oilloe behind will lend his elloit on the floor to aide the envelope would be suIcide for all I know." I feel If my I

closed doors for the purpose of the passnga of the bill and will also ''I ,beautIful rlate motto.post HufreHhinents card with an back Ills plate and waited recommendation ten years will be younger thin means" of Palatka Florida. '

putting up the price on .necessities, a'd In bringing; about state-wide prohibition .v"nlnKbonalsted of rake and coarse. bringing relief to any person sniveling ,
.
- or to effect a lowering; of t the wage even If he bas to go on the 1 All told it was a pleasant rom kidney" trouble yon are weK'oniB

scale. tump. mind $1 l8.2;5 added to the Elusive Chuokwalli. to use It. m t t1
.
The laboring man as an Individual "Under the present conditions it tr..suryaooount. Is one of tho most For Bale by all (laiilum. I'lloo 50 CNJtS.Foetol' .

of tho creatures to be II1bUl'a To, BulTalo, New York,
is powerless to defend himself will be Impossible to have prohlbl- We have something new -
And whl two the Endeavor frlenda to do southern California's great sole) agents for tIm Uultud Status.
against Injustice. years '
lease keep.. watchful eye chuckwalla seeks to es Remuw her the numo-uoan -and
_ _ three, or that many hundred for that No elnctlftn can ba held, under the deeds or words from )" by crawlhyfc Into a take no otl"....
matter are met together In the name uw, until! the next general election workers and report them all n rock so narrow that it ; ,

of Justice, they also are alike power- two years hence, at which time the hat there maybe something to got him out. But ,'

less to effect a remedy. natter of Ktntu-w ida prohibition will sun-shlney" In each -. have learned nil bin tricks i

.i Not so with the employer of Inbor. be submitted to the people. If the we help send look out.out for Ask pleasant. the J to circumvent them. To the Th Mental JOB."Tbeni -1
/ chnckwalln is al- Is lertalu I of m4lIll."
He may be a just man and conduct vote favors' state-wide piohlblfionhe flout theIr society membeis \ { tile II type l'I'r
feasts on the cbuckwalla; saId the buslnras lunu. "oHpcclnlly In
his business on the pilncipleof; the bill can become eltectlve January nnt.them to us. The names .
wise to Its habits New York who unnble to understatmt
Golden Rule. nut unless lie be so hot be given of those who /' grows as seems
1,11/1111./ good and immodest It vtlll n piece of strong wire or a ? what Is said to him-or her- .
actuated. there. Is little to prevent ":\11'. MeMullen has framed but is to more Christ-like living and poking It Into the crcv- unless the utntcmunt or remnrli! is prefixed The Reign of Health

him from taking ndvantnge of "111- Dale bill so far that he will introduce Ice and tell of the benuilful tho chuckwalla on the end : by somi entcliword. usually the

ployes. Two or three of like minds In the senate, this being) the bank v.e hear, and the blessing In a moment the angered word 'listen.'

In the same I lice of endeavor may en uantee deposit bill, which has been upon those who pass these a klud of Lisa the "For Instance. I time n stuuoKrnpher should be safe-
always
Health
notices
to and then
throne Injustice and wax fut ILt the so much discussed throughout the renders. Let us us nave on. made by a rapid expulsion who simply shires ut me In dumb

expense of their. employee or the tale. It Is understood that much his kind every week. As 110 thus exhales ha nnmjcement;/ If I say nn.vtliltijj! to her guarded zealously and jealously at
hold on the rocks find In n without first saving 'Xm'. listen.' IfI
public. opposition has developed to this In Avon Park the all times. Disease is continually
Indian pulls on bill tall. begin to dl'tnii. II lolirr, 10 her she
Such thing have happened. neasuru, but a stubborn fight/ will be hurcli has just closed a flash of the If I to
as a lightning will notirlto ii word forget! insurrection and
Labor organizations frequently do nude by those who favor it. The 'perous year having raised trying to start an
Inhales ,
again and tightens! give thnt nieutnl Jog.Vh/ "n I snap
foolish things liut the puiposes of I cglslarui'e meets In A II and there mooney for good causes than overthrow good health.
his
I pi ong time. The Kndeavorers recess. Another tap on that ill her. she will scratch like innd your
these organisation are In the' main are many matters of Importance to lad a large share In then exhalation; another She In not the only one. The telephone -

commendable and they are more and south Florida' to come up at this he Arcadia orphanage. The exhalation it ROCS un girl cannot take: n message un .

_ more growing In favor with the pub Li time." 1 Children's Society III the Indian has him III hand. less It lins that t prefix When I inn _
- lic. and the Christian Herald's I him.-Suburban Life. out of the ofllco and try to talk uvcr

They seek to combat Injustice and The recent death of ItepresentaIve Home In New York. "'1'he the wire with her I must always bo- | KIDNEY CURE
News" tells us this cheery Item.Time Which Minors Can Work. gin. 'Now listen' or else she Is hopelessly
in their bat ties are generally found E. H.'Fuitner! of Calhoun county
Tampa Heights ? fifty feet the temperature at son and seems not to under oH\
line resulted
fighting on the defensive. True In the announcementof It a preparation everyone or young
church Is being finished and proportion, of one degree stand a word I sny." New York
: their methods are crude and frequently seven patriotic cltUeng who are should IB Interested In what sixty-five feet of depth ex- Tress. 0 needs at this time of tho year to fortify

fall of accoinDllsliiiient for willing to take bin place. 'the convention church," currents of water carry against disease that may be lurking in the
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lack of ability to persevere. It was 'coming oflKe" The result Is that nt a
February 20( will be Citrus Fruit \pitl. Did you know our Quito Obvious system all ,J: LvcrydoseofRex.il]
for the purpose of strengthening; about 4,000 feet we reach a
Growers' Day lit the Floi'Ida State Union was nearly' A needle bus only one eye, but It disease much
Kidney Cure icmoves so
of 98 :
blood
labor's fighting line that the federation -or young? degrees or looks sharp Just the some.-l.ollloII,
.fair at Tampa mid President Josiah
<
It born of renders It exceedingly dif furhcr frora
was organized. wan Family heraldWhen. : you.
Varn, of the state organisation There Is one society In
expects work coal pits below that
; the Idea that in "union there Is reni district which has mm Bottles t-: :.. t.nJ! $1.00.
that 1'HH' growers will attend Is tho reason that. Great J Two Sizo: : :.
strength. iiisston meeting once a )'
he; convention to be held on that coal commission decided that
J for that event plans .
great are
Someday the difficulties. that arise
date at the Tampa Hay Casino. The a flume program prepared and not workable below 4,000 the
between capital and labor will be Ackerman-Stewart Co.
subject of a definite and systematic, speakers are arranged for Drug
settled by arbitration. That Is the nil, the workers are each )" of the solid rocks
organisation of the of the
'- goal for which honest capitalists and growers contribute In tha meeting the crust of tho earth Is at
state, with II view to a more satisfactory which they have made with
honest labor organizations should to forty miles. At that
strive. mat ketlnlt of their crops will press purpose of Its being beat In such ns would reduce Hair FallsStop : '

be discussed by able B speakers and bilghtenlng lives more on the surface of the earth
; In the meantime labor Is
fighting than those of these .''
its battles with the strike and the some definite results are expected. But the pressure of lie over- lit! And why not? FailIng I Rough andDressed
Our State Citizenship Supt. Is so great that until the
boycott. The strike Is one of the 1 Uco. L Hauscom 1). D., of the heat to the pressure la hair is a disease, a regular LUMBER [
about Florida land and
great modern methods of conserving Hpeltklng sonville has asked for the cannot bo said whether the disease; and Ayer's Hair Vigor, OO fj fjBUILDINGIlMATERIAL
Its value for
the lights of man, but should onl. agricultural purposesremind study of the following that depth Is fluid or solid. as made from our new improved
!a us that some people mus January,-"The Nation's ;
I be used when peaceful appeals. for I, What do and formula, quickly and
think It him a ,value as according to pers. they I
:
justice fall. The boycott Is an underhand for Christian Kndeavor.: 2. completely destroys that dis
method of securing a poss the Sanford Kerald' eight acres of Christian: Kndeavor: does and "Loit In London.
trucking land near that place sold} t lor them." 'Ihls Is of the. ease. The hair stops fallingout .
ble good. It Is based on the I prlnc a very provost of the
pie of doing evil that good may re. last week for fll.OOO. And It's only thaught for Florida Bernard hospice that he al grows more rapidly, and I Lowest. Prices. Write the SSN N i
n question of time when other lands Press department In not lost In London and found It all dandruff disappears. S
suit. It Is alike sinister
as II weapon youngest but one of the
In the hands of capital or labor In Florida will ba In demand for rea couraging divisions of the r'M the London than Chronicle lila own Alps' Daas not ctianpe the color of ///j. Ati/r, I Squier Lumber
money. Mood Idea for the young Union DurIng ll*/ >8 there u re Company
And It Is used by the former AS fre- feat of the great guide ?[el- wth! scout bottla ,
men of the state to get hold of apiece I elxhteeen editorial staffs saoTt to 00.
your
quently as the latter. Melrlngcn.. lie bad
which I
of It mid-keep it. 1 state tendered great bje's doctor
But the strike is quite ditleren 10 our organization, by large a larger town than Berne Ask 10m boUt I.. 'Phone No. 111. Palatka florida

It is an open revolt against Injustice their pjipers.I Greater. visited London, and when tim...do n.h..y.
The Tennessee has
legislature
come, Amid/ we should have climbers, Leslie Stephen c.- --
and while Its leaders
sometime
may pissed a state wide bill piovldtnj worker who could devote Illnchllff met him at Lon The little! book In each package gives L]

demand too much they are at leus for prohibition of the sale of intoxicating time. Instead t>f small stntlon and walked with the formula? our new blair Vigor, tells Platting Mills River Front, foot of Third Stn.

fighting In the. open. liquor within four miles of a we have only been able to to Lincoln's Inn Fields why' each Insrc!:oilier.llent is used, and expliini I ISt" Im
Three four the numerous other many interesting things.
125 cares
or miners
bt .
years ago
school. The legislature< will also : work. n thick London fog. Never. Mi'i, '-.ttiiry. \'on\.III !' : v why this new

in Indiana went on a strike because puss a second measure prohibiting a day or two later tho I rr .i.vra'nn dies >,4 work so well.

the mules were not given enough to tho miinufncture of liquor within the We have just received a at the same station return- "I-o. v. :\>, J c. AsffOo., Lewtil'r.ol3.-'

eat. The people said it was a just state. Uov. Patterson will veto both Cer the from Palatka Miss Presbyterian Winifred. a trip Woolwich, Mr !: ).: ';'j..;'...'.",..." ,.;\ '-\ ..... j c.... ", ", ,;;;,;,,".Jw..l"' ''';' 'ci
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strike; that the helpless bard work- confidently sold "Slow! Mel- "" ''''I'''' '''' '''; '''''' '' ''' t"I:'' >':'''''''''''''''WjIf
which last
but his
measures veto will have no was organized r
I ed dumb brutes, requiring only their! effect other than to show executive has held meetings. will lend, us back home." AilmiiiUtrator's 1011 let'. i

', living In return for their labor disapproval. In Tennessee II major! much Interest UKAC'K manifested A. '(, guided to Lincoln's them pausing Inn Fields only IIK'llMKl All,I:I I: I'ri'illtorH 111; ,,i!,HhtllUl,or II//pt Jllhll>rmiiH: ',llllll I Iiuvlim,'',',' ,i'e'in,(;!InliiiN:: .!',I, f Cypress Shingles

should have enough to eat, eve ill tlilnioillll.r will I .
will niimiMlllliUKHliin lu nil- If
ty vote pass a muiisuie,over the tnterlaclien Fla. Jan. 12, lliOl. for \ II IIf
though 125 men should. remain Idle governors veto mid the ptohibltlon uin I piiylt.iiiuku: v'I":::: : ::: : ic .nhl| | i Htnti

and a great Industry be paralyzed to Joyner Loft Home. HKiiKilH: ; M'lI.liKII: f For I
tats have a blur majority.The A secure them justice. Cured Sweeney ready to receive the obliga iJi'iuiT, 1'uliiiiiiiCii.: : ; Klu.. Jun., Hi.I luni.: nt i

Borne rights are too sacred for information given out las the most upright BU- ii'
men to stop In maintaining them toM week that Mrs. Uibbs Governor (GilChrist's Removed a pocus of tho Order of Most BUl'TKW ppnplii .. \' hilflFWliIimVpihme' Some of the very best houses are weather-
BEST
:: : In HIM .
count the cost In mother, was II member of the cllW... f boarded with well
money. tiikw their Shingles. lOOK
wnia for It They always
-A (I Imlnurr.U. I i
The humane BaptIst Church has proven to be er- Dr. Blonn'K, Liniment; and said the candidate firmly.

sense of the people spirit and endorsed the sober this roneous. It was given Into this otlloe nary Remedies are well a sip of this prusslc acid. M. (J. limit,,d nliclU, nil itljj,.. >>f fr and need no Painting, which Is a great saving. J
fact, but Dr. Prultt denies I
as a hav over the country. They have right hand In this pot of .lior-4's, (B'. and 8'.-MiiolcelcKii mid We '
strike In behalf of Imrd-workec lug Intimated that he received a letterfiom (the lives of nianv valuable rest your left band upon blnck powcli-r. nt A. (Urnlujri.! make Shingles 20 Inches long which are I f
Governor Uilchrlst
mules who not on the mid are a permanent the
were given enough to best for
subject.! As II matter of fact ttigovernor's .. thousands of stables bnzzsaw closet your eyes Jt this purpose. Write for prices
mother and her entIre after me"- NOTICE.
eat.No Mr U. T. Roberts of
self-styled sociologist or the luinlly have always been devotee R F. 1.). No. 1, Box 4:1.:) : morning shreds of Joy- Notice In hereby Klven tlint lime N. J.
orlzing economist questioned the jus- adherents of the Kplsoopul church have used your Linlmenton were found upon the Annunl I M ftliiKiit I I tit tockliolUur,'. i U Tilghman & Sons,

tloe of It-or the true economy of I it. and they will I: worship at (St. John'; for Sweeney and effected trees all along the road to or tliii Wltxoii ('.t pii'H' uuiniMiiiy, ui It

for the mules were propelty and If while 1 residents of 'l'ahiehmmmstiee'l'imtichimemmee cure I also removed a .. thirty miles distant, and at Pith at kim, Fm I.'m., for t HIM %"'III' I coo/. will Palatka Florida.
True IJemociat. mule. This spavin was as lar sixty miles away ho bn held 1 at I lh. i.|1U I I lit.. CMtnimin' }{ ,
I not
suinclently fed would give less I he" '10"' ..
guinea egg. regard still headed west. u1""H 011 WKlne-Unv.
d service and deteriorate In value. Concerning Florida's pension (ummdii mmt as the most -JudKe K"b. llrd, 10111)) > ) Mi t Ih. ,.1.I, ctlnn (Cor d'i- =x- X. .X.w n w WWW A OO A gWg .S
I Yes all were prepared to agree effective Liniment I have r'otol'S11111, / ( Himh .ili.i 'i.iHin.m "O o o o n -
a
re.eent'lssue of the I'ensacola Jour- the
; known." Symptoms. limy coma ber.niih t I ...
that the man who would refuse I to me m 1I. -t|,111',; .
ual said : Mr. H M. Olbbs, of ter-Johll; John, I am sur : .t'- II. \\ ir.Hiis. Sicv. e= ---:; ___ =
enter a strike because IIB compai "dllghtly nore than one-half of K'ina., R. F. D. No. 8. writes. : see you. What good does It PrtUtkn, Fla. Jill,!, 411 ii, IIHJU.: + =:= :! '

Ion. the mule was not getting the state tax levy-four mills-Is I Liniment I Is the best thnr muddled like this put -. il\\ w= J\I.tc..axn: Jha.cc..ac7: : ==

enough to eat was not worthy the for pensions alone. In proportion tits ever used I had a mare with your work? When you go otl(.('. PALATKA. '
name of manhood. wealth, Floilda Is the most liberal scess on her neck and one perhaps all states in tie of Sloan's Liniment The annual I limpet|I lilt of tin., ttllok1 i Drugs Chemicals and
But let It be the worker's wife pensionIng your head Is like tosplit. holdcri of the Druggist Sundries: I
own her soldiers of the Lost Cause cured her I keep It around I 1 SehtItom! (:"1'1".11 DuO!
have '
and children who are not gettIng as well an other Confederate veter- time for !gallx and small I no appetite. John-die I Coin patmy will I I i be held HI t t tin. 1111\\ce or 'in Patents. !

enough to eat. -let it be the worker ana now In the state. There lire and for everything about the sir; ye'vo been drunk t1I'! coin. pmtim' v I In Pu I,,r kim, KlorljHmi, '" PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFUL.L.Y OOMPOUNDtO I '

himself who la underpaid and underfed about six thousand' pensioners now Dr. Sloan will send his / Philadelphia Inquirer. o'clock FrIday,I In I"e'brmmitry 1 nth iDDi) ,lt U) I I fRESa GARDEN SEED. Agent Hullory. ijleelll.blp ttot
lime and the the Horse free to the romi-UM.' = .
on ( lo'l disbursement Any = + e ;;'
-r
: '"!
-and the strike :: 1" _.
U regarded for the } ear will aggregate, In round Address Dr. Karl B. Sloan, A Useful Key. 1 OKI: >. B. SKI.DKV. I.-

with widely different opinions. figures seven hundred and thirty I Muss., Station! A. Is tbU peculiar key on your f l'resldmntWII'r3 -- n

Then self-styled sociologists and I thousand dollars In .amounts rang ? I never saw it on any be- 1 .u ..r..I.U. .'l.U11-'U.J.U I III.....'
; u. Locus J. IV IH
theoiulog, economists Hiring tdeclare Ing-" from one hundred to one hundred BAItCY
up and lit dollars the The Golden Moan. : : ... .nd TrI**
ty II year to pensioliris. ..Ido.... 8'
!
the strike My own Invention. When-
a conspiracy I For
d All widows on the loll and Confucius one of the world's the BestWOOD
agnlnstan, employer's rights to con the vnst pinjoilty the soldiers re- sages and the founder of can't spell a word you press Cream VermifugeTHE The G. Bailey Co
It Loper
duct his business as he sees fir. udve one hundred and twenty Inant makes! a blur.-Boeton ,
religion
always taught
....11, '. '. '
Such la the vast difference In certain 11 year, payable quarterly place to look for truth
was
IC
this amount, being given for Inabilityto Fire Insurance:
schooU'of. philosophy, between earn a livelihood by manual labor. "golden melln.-thllt Is, that Changed. I THE GUARANTEED .*

the rights of uuderftd human workers Totiil.I disability for earning. / a living side of an argument Is so apt
Maud couldn't In igD
have
thought the For
their wives and children and the gets the old soldier one hundred and prejudiced that the truth that follow she married. \\e \WORM city Leading American anti
rights of underfed mules I fifty dollars, while those who are found somewhere between the cut
? Nell
-She boasts that she any length
merely over the age of sixty, but posing statements. That la & Corn phnim
The mule is a worthy uniiniil. nut physically sound gel the minimum another man of blip.-Phila I :
trine to consider
the theory that lila ch.lm to enoug amount. There are a few but a very Ing.-Atcblson Globe.particularly
to eat la superior to that_..of tile few, urawmg/ pensions under special ITHE W. W.
workingman U not jail Iti..d on the acts of t HID legislature. It I I. imotewotthy Woman In ofton referred to by men. stumbles, but no mnn CHILDREN'S Bainbridge'sNew The of Ibrtfrd;
FAVORITE Traveler
that, In the face of all the Hug hi. J"Yo anil hnlvlnif tile Borrow TONIC.
ground of either oconoinlo. reasoningor cry about "hlifli taxes", the present may rittliHr' bacompllmimtiiry hnrtl. nn 1 'time womnn.but, I It For would:In I,.:::: :: the mud.-Gentleman. TM. "Hu"" "ITtTIO"... C Wood Yard,

humane. sentiment.Alphouso I pension liiw with Us enormous payroll U means that whore thlnK" 'are golnif' I Life Insurance:
I passed the state senate with only the moon hU 1 wife make thorn ,go .1 :: ) Reward $100.) BaUard-Snow'Llniment Co. at Stanton's

King: of IJlLlII, has purchased four opposing and passed the a lime han Wife thlliKH I lt>nhuru arit lint half li I HI his: wit burtlan.. b mm, I0 \:: \: ," of thin paper. will ba 7>'.".ml tn I .1'. LOUIS, MO. "Germanis'(}
alr.hlof I house of representatives without a moro l'IIlbl".1I poetry In thin '... ...* IH at U m r ono d.'I..1 l dlttnana Sold mid Foundry, The Old Reliable
an recommended
the
\ Wright boo base "hi.> ) to euro In all ltd by
I'dIssenting vo'e.' It l t. that umHciillii* MulllHbnuMH.I Mon don t. .
model and mill .take lessons In air I! possible tile feet that lbs:: strain nt :motherhood. ; \I Ia that. In Ontarrn. Hull'. C'aurrh Ackerman & Phone
the law be modified to cut I I Stewart. 46. York
may so 'Us bunion biKKer thun All tho loaiU. 7 pileltiVe cure now known U> Life" of New
navigation. from an expert.. lie oil onie now receiving pensions, but upon nink, ,uilllclurM.' 'lhoy cee lb. vi 'r.nl _
wants. to go down In history as the lit In safe to sty that the people' ot tlint thin,sIte pain' l is nertoiiM ovorburdunttrt, and worn AmoitH without the a : t tt dlHAitMu Hull,CaMrrlk re.
first monarch to navigate the air. I Florida, represented. In their legislature ill..m reCHlve l by l Pr. Pierce are Ih.. dlrootly upon, 'bo bl will never permit if It can bo hiiMbandi. who ha..aSked up before "" .. of the system, lh.ril>r I|,.. .. .
In order to make the historical avoided, a deserving. veteran or his .] uviiNh'iitf burdens lutd foumlnjUon. of thadlHeiwe ami giv Furnished I Satisfaction
{:1'1'.I.nhl':, thetttaroh:: for help have : .. trnKlh, by bull.lln Min Rooms, Guaranteed. Cowpanief
oonie-dow.i complete the king muttneeds widow to suffer." ... and .nRUtlii0itatiir. In .1"11111 Th e Leading
J mn IMuroe't ravorito Prescription a tta Hot and To cli I ..
.. .,... h..vw> mnoh f,."th In im. Cold Baths. Ginl'atrttfl.\ ': as alec' give
,
: come down kerflump a solid -a...- which uai itlven back to mum mother ''cr01.. : you '
of the mulilen and ,the mtiiuen hi.. r %h the offer On* Hundr0 | AtICHAS .mltb vein, Olin bid 2GKE ::
: onJ'Ol.yol.
: :
: promPtlY
r;;; ; [ Wok
lump and not la sections. as other A Hpeolflc for pain-Dr. TlionnM -havfirltu. 1'I,, ,,,,, ., | "" "t.I. I
almoxt always cures II ha '
kings who have gone Into the air Eulectrlo Oil, strongest cheapest nlneiv-euht of every hundred .J. CHENEY ft CO,Toledo,O. KUPPERBUSCH'S
h.v. done lInIment ever devised.. A household have miamI:; U waoa allUoMd with ..., ., prto,"0. r I I o. EARLS Settled.
remedy In America for :15 years. Itar to women fiimUr FllU turoonvtlpatloa. Palatka. Fla. \\5 lIway. l'lernie OIl' ", ... "

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Crescent City Hews Lounds : ----- -
l Drug store has arranged
I have a I'
representative of Hawkes, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

.--- --.,-..- -- the celebrated optician, here for ashort ,

Weutlier ICeport.Crooent time soon, and the firm has informed LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 77.
Effective
W January 5. 1900
-\r
!Mr. Lounds
:: Outy tomlunratiur. for lb.'ook that they will Remarkable Story ito. 09 No. till 19o. 88 No. 11
iulur Juulutiary 12th end sOlid their NO 75 z. J
Holiday iUoUi best man, one who Is an DAILY DAILy DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE jo. as I No. tis
For hln. Mln. expert In DAILY DAILY DAILY J DA2tYii
prescribing for the ..
t.January Saturday 1.a. : rn ii:?,I P. ::1'1' 'I'I in ilhnIiur for for, and who will give satisfaction to ali The story of Mrs. Matilda Warwick, of "Kolcomo, ,..1.1Ind. 10 imp 00 Vol imi: : liP 90 I.u.pIn:: :hr 10 ''f:: Slil OIL s 7 :110 OIl lila I,:,,, Lv I.V :.141.AilgitIulg JuokettTii.Tn': ,:,: :All 0 7 au 10 p'n u': I 0 7 io: I tim in1iiim:: 10 42 Cia tO 05 ::
27 1L 4H G 11 nr S 4S
on 11m IIIII"U am Pili I.v. .lCict
Shoppers.We 10. IIl1ndR/. .. l01III. customers. 1'iIittia Lvi II 10 I"n II 401011. S 47 0 It
i no ,, am am
Ii,7 Nothing will ba ,,
it I. 'FIlttliV tloiiia .. 6'\'\ 7"D'no':, lit tie II) MJio D7 for prescriptions. The; date charged of the ., as told below, proves the curative properties of 'nr am' '0'film Ill, ,, tg: pu.:,n ii'iI7't iI';.i.v.iv.:llou.ou.. ,::.::::i'..'.' .Lv..4: : r.: pmn u": iSf ,in' 4 132 ,
ail esnooinllyfliio ill 1 8111111I 7 Oil 1 4' ,, .10 .. ala
: I 11
have 75 191 : 1'11I "' 1111I I.y. iayuua ... 41 I
displnyof High Grade IA'M.'odllo"y.'ihliirNdy.\ .. '119 M' 711 70"" lit il' 71 7il\\i (13 III I coming of this optician will be an. ,'. that well-known female remedy, Wino of Oardui. : ic 20 ,an.,,, S 7 44 119 I I.uuu:,,: a ui 24 I pie,::,, IH3I pe u.:::: :u.y I.e..Itiu'vuluo.: :.IJUW\ ,Hiiyrlum.' :.i.v I:.v i Lu .17 to :::: 8 M pm I.m S X gg 2t aui ama: 4 H n am sni I'

FrIiuty.. noun nod later.Next 0 .. ..... .......... .. pe .ia au aa
..... ,
ut
in :Boxes. % 711}. 11II 7.11! DoR :Mrs. Warwick says : a II j 1"" I.v..v/l"oll ... ..I.v 12 471'11I ...... ..... .. .... .....
8 ba U 11 .
Stationery I n. WILLIAIS.' Ob.lln" Sunday will occur the 25tl: ......ala. .'.. ..... pm.. .867......pus... alln pa. Lv .R/loklo.IMO..LI. t uu 481"," 140 pm 0 IS all1 1411 aq
2001'11I J.v..J Enui .
0.1110. .Ly 12 "IS 1''mi' ...... ... .. ........ ..
.... .. .. ...... ....
Together with a choicelot anniversary of the founding of the .. .. .. ...... 800 pIn I.v.. .Molh/ln'lIe.,, .LY 11 ill ion .. ...

Presbyterian\ church end the 'l 502am lb an, 1120pm 1 05 7 act 90 pm:: 0001 7 to ::,, ,Lv..Ftu'tarce: flea,1.\ :.Lvhijunm: I ltdOan,: : : I J
of ."" "" "" "" "" ser. ama pIn m.m trW. l'aiue Lv 7 Mi sn, 9 45 at : r.:
"" "" 5 05 ........ .. ,
vices of sIn 81011111 7 2DI'III Ar..l'l1lrnllu.uh..Ly 7 100m .
the day will be In celebration 1000am S ream ioza: pili 101611' '.. .... .. .. OSOalll
: 4411"m ,
Perfumes.There Personal and Social Jdipt. of the event. Rev. J. K. Wight, TAKE 11 20 am 840."' ...... ... .. ...... .. 1.9..... AIIIIIIII..A, .. ....... JIll. ....a".....
are. also. many. J CAR Dill 12 2\1 pm .... M..llomo'oll.I..I.' ... .. .

other articles suitable.! for ."" "" "" "" "' ''''''. oriranliier church Is and to prench first at pastor the morning of the : .gU::::.., ) : ... : ::::::: :::::: :::...r.: :.Ktgtut, i.o,' ,IpLJ; ; ::...:....::: :::::: : :::: : ::

.8-00-pu .. ....... .hjr1-T; .ggAr :.. koy1YstL '1ir 1':& UI."llJo.; .
the Christmas season. ) Piyor of JucksonvUle Is now hour and Rev. :E P. Butlnr will ... .. .. me urn .VII' I..&O, II. 8. CO.IA. .:_. IIay.na..Ly l VI"J'. .4. 0, H.H.Co, ..,

We aro headquarters. for In command of the stenmor Orescent, give nn historical address In the J81 '.lIy except 8I1m'ny.' Tmtll'do nut stop at Rlllllo".al whlrh DO time I,.shown

and Smokers' vice Cnpt. Crolty ro lll'ned. evening On Monday evening the .

Cigars The Ladles': Aid Society monibors of the church and It Will Help You"I _ _ PAI.ATKA nUANCII- _ _ .
of the COIiKre'ntlon
Articlee. Leave Esat] EAST l'ALA1 KATcfli i
l'ALArucA
.ony.
Assortment of Methodist church mat with Mrs. .1. will gather; at Orove Hall for l'l1lulko', PALA'I'KA l'nl.lka II 1'a111.ka PALATKA TO EAST Arrlv.lC..t J'Rllllka, .

Florida Big Post CardPictures. L. l\IaullllLst. Tuesday afternoon.Rov. a social The tlm e. suffered from pains in. my head, shoulders, B 20.m ......_..No.40( n.lly.......... ft 40 ama B Ift.m .......No. 47 Ilshty......... ft OD.m
E. P. Butler and daughters ladles of the V. I. A. are holding limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills nervousness I o Oil ant ...........NII.48 1''lIy.' ......... 0 10.... 0 no.m 4(3( 1)u.tiy.......... 7 10 sIn
8 O.m fo 1'.lIy.......... no a'r II Ia /
regular weekly SIll St ilolly.......... lii
: : Mrs. Ponieroy and Miss Butler, wore meetings and 0 liii ale Ft 1.'lIy.......... iii am II Ill) "III M DRII .......... am
and other female troubles | ) 110
have faulting spells 12 09 Ot .. ..... .. sum
recently taken the i"n 29 pin BUI'n, ,
Bay am ,
Lounds Drug Co. vlsltois to Palutkn on Moiuluy. Views. up I was almost dead. Three doctors did not help 4 21 lime, .N re ").lIy..... ...a. ilfl .I.ID 1 I"n .No. a, ..S 05 ii pm pie
Mr. and Mrs. 1'. course of readings being< at me. j II00 Im no ,'/.tly........... to "m."i. ii Iii 11u1 roll 1)1,1131..a iu pm
) U. Merrill of Pal 11 t5 pin 00 D.lly.. ..... 16 alum I II 20 ala 01 '
present In 40
Cresoeut City. atka were the guests over engaged the study .of At last, I took Cardui, and with the first bottle obtained am .

Tuesday Wednesday of Monday Mr. und Italy and Greece. Other countries relief. Now I am cured. But for Cardui, | SAN MATEO DllAN.H

Mrs. C. S. Uowen. will be taken up later I would have been dead." Try Oardui. Leayo xastl EAST l' LA'rK1'0 Arrivol13 "' l.onvo *lI"n SAN MATEO 1'0 EAST Arrl.eltlu4
The I Pal.tka !IAN! AIA1JO: I
meetings are held In V. I. A. .61"0 Muto( l'At.ATKA Palatk
E. A. Benson of Omnhn D. N. built and nil ladles either -
resident
orvisltois ; AT ALL DRUG STORES
......w wgww.. """"" Graves Boston, und A. M. Kitchenof are Invited I 48 am IN ,ui .m Ils mum em no 99 so.
cordially to at- 8 aD pun .No. lid Daily..S ID urn t.u iou .No. &i 10

M. H. READ, Baldwin, On., were among the tend.!\ The club hits also arranged I1L -.----= .- _ptn_ ,,,
1 recefit arrivals at drove Hall. for No.2& No. 21 N,,. IU No.lf .". No laIi'.S, No.
an evening next month with 22
Su.ol1ly 511. only DRily... ....., I It ngA c .
REAL ESTATE. Mrs. W. I. Bryant and two little Allen }[oltoiu, the well known and 1>1111 Dally

sons of Tnrrytown N. Y., arrived popular Impersonator, who will pre- WELAKA NOTES. I LAKE_COMO.Mra. C 2 Oil 41) liil latO:: 10 tg lIla smm S 6 Ii(si) po:: = 'i;:;: ,sum, II r.I.r:,. ::::::.J.ijiivli1..Ar.:.:.tt. ,, iloseli! .:: :. .I., 0 I 20 10 ,am in 12 1 iH::,: 4 S (r..: pIn p'n: mj

Crescent City Fla. last week for a visit of some time sent his newest play. The News I U, Quite a ]large party of ladles and I Wallace aud cluunliter- 840 S'I'() pmlto lII'II'n' l\fI.m nm II 71H'46' yn I"n 8 0 (III Ml am nlll t.y..AUnnlln' .. .. .. ,Mnvpnl 1I0ne'h, ................I.y I.. 041 011I111011 urn II 12 elton I. ion 'Ill 4 cn lm 10 '

-I M. with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. not Informed as to what day of the Montolalr, N. J., ore guests nt All ;
the Ookln- : 5 ,
gentlemen went up I D./I No. 1 0./1 0..... Cit9 n.sn.ifr'. I il.li,1119. 4 fl.llilN.. e nol'', 5..10. t'" 100./1,
-"Cres- M. Reeves. week the View Cottage for the sennon. fl.etJi
Howe property club meets for its
The study wah river Sunday for n launcli ride '
8pa pm 5 00.... L.. No. ."", .... : ii"' I
o i1IiiiiI! _
onnt Hill"-Is now on the mar Mrs. John W. Davis of but any member will give the desired and fish fry. A number of fish were Mrs. John Uuniens of New York Ua 4"IOn" ho 00 ama .,............... ...,.41'1'2 1110111" B 4n I"n II S II 116 UO 11m Dm ...! ",, .YI. .......Lv.r 1000 pm
St.:! Augustine Information. The date of the caught: and the party had a royal guest at All View Cottnvu. Mr. 4 20 pill III .00 8111 .......",.... / ,.... 00 om 4 100/ 1.01 Ii .... ... I.y... .. ... .. am
ket. arrived last 4 2''" pm III us inn ItO'n ., Iy J. II ,.. R m t '. ... .. ..
Friday for a visit good time. Gin-ness who has been here for several "" .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Particular attention given to 'with Dr. and Mis. Sprumie. Mrs. Allen Holton entertainment will be weeks went to Jacksonville to co..on. n.eds el 11115,0., "ib, p. .. o. s. s. C. f.. N,..... llab.m. IoJ..d.. *

Crescent City property listed Davis Is n former old resilient whom ,announced later. spent Miss part Mary of McLaughlla Friday and of Saturday Palatka meet his wlfs. Their hosts of friends Conn.'on.' m.... .1 Anl.b'. Koy wil. P. & 0. 5, r.. ror Itoy W.., .nd 1I..n.. Cub.. .

with me. all are pleused to nee Mrs. D. A. Latta of Urlilln, Ua., here visiting her sister. they are cordial a charming welcome oouplo to t them, and us ..hold..y.r.i.t.Th.............lo.,TIME..., I...1111.'li19. oI'r' fur'liB."show,.., I u.'b....II..,...".....0, .h'.h o. 01'1,0 n.'n.Ii..'... .my.....d.I h.I...........u..n'.d.....1. t OrHVS' nor and jam d.put lbs Company from 'b.
arrived last and will be .lOt .n. d..I. u. 'fly COIl .ri.liIi .h.mm.
UolVefl
on Friday
e e i Dr. Henson went to Albany, N. Y., Those registered at the Welaka among our most popular touilsts. ."o. .
'with Mr. and Mrs. the guest of some weeks of Mr. and Hotel this week are W. B. Thompson FOR COPY or TUB LOCAL 'i'IMK CARIJ on 0 i IIL.ut iNi'OllMAF10p4' "Hh& TIlIt TICKeT AGENT-*
Smith! Cobb but Mr. and Mrs. Palmer of Michiganare / I. D. > .
HAHNEK Anlitant .
Palatka Mr. and Mrs. James Gantr.l .nuor Anont
Mrs. Win. ; ACGUSTINB..
C. Norton of Grove Hall. FLORIDA
.1"... I Spencer:: : Is expected home today. During his Levine of Mt. Arlington, N. Y. ; Mr. the guests of their parents Mr.
absence Mrs LittLe formerly resided here and Mrs. Stephen! Palmer. -. -- -- -
Dr. J.V.. Inches lins been and Mrs. A. M. Praget Paterson, N.
Dentist. looking after his practice. her husband being Interested In or- J. ; W. F. Cory Newark N. J. ; J, B. Mrs. Spears entertained ohnriiilnurly -

--- aiigD:. growing and for many years the McCoy, East Orange, N. ,J.; Mm.. K. at an afternoon tea at her father's

ou prospect Street. The card! party at Grove Hall lust cashier and accountant for the old H. Jones and daughter, Fernandlna, (Mr. "'red'kVheeler) new home McCORMICK HUBBS & CO. .

OHIO nt Cltv.Residence. Florida week was a well-attended enjoyable] firm of Beach & Miller. The family !Mrs. G W. Darden with her two which has been furnished most beautifully ,

t renoent affair-an evening III which the moved l Grlllln., ()a., some 14 years children of Oneanta, Ala., Is here on and which he will occupy *
guests of the house. nnd the townspeople visit to her mother, Mrs. Morton. very soon A delightful/ afternoonwas Commission IKEcrcliants. '
John River by Daylight. ago and Mrs. Latta's visit Is the spent. j
St. mlnitlf for a social time. llrst Unit any of the family has Mrs. L. A. Morris Is on the silk Howard dates' automobile sliows

The Beach & Miller Line Tho addition to Paul C. Smith's made to their old home. Mrs. Lat- list this week. itself to good advantage In the heavy Tomatoes Pine Apples

I residence Is now lu course of construction ta was especially attracted at this W. M. Williams Is pushing the sandy roculs coining from Crescent
work on the hard road between here City to Como (six miles) In !M min
Steamer CIU SCB.XT. under the supervision of L. time because. of the twenty-firth annlverimary and Pomonll.Vhen finished we utes. "* and Early OrangesVegetables .

Eaton It will add to the nppenr- of the organization of the will have a good road( which will be

Leaven JacU.oarllleonTuel S y ,TUuniilB ance of an already attractive home. Presbyterian church, with which perfectly straight for four miles. Rev. and from Mrs.Crescent J. H. City Olivia. ,where have returned he- Grape Fruit

iiad Sntnrd.y. at I:so a. m> for Uroen Cove, Major J. L. Burton attended the church the family worshiped during; Say Mr. Editor, don't you think preached Sunday: having been appointed ,

P.lnlki.. Crencent City and principal Way Lee birthday reception given In Pul- their residence. The coming of the Palatkn Board of Trade can be tu Lbs itt E. church south as 279 St. IVTcw York.

tODIII1. atkrton Tuesday evening under the few former citizens of the place could Induced to take up the matter of and a pastor at that place. They will shortly Washington .
Wednep- telephone line between Palatka ] move there.
R tiiralngleavesCreMentollyon auspices Pillion Anderson Chapter give more genuine pleasure to the Welaka, and find out why the Palatka
Prldayi and Monday i atOll a. m. Mrs. SohoQeld, who has been the
1ai ,
here whose residence have not kept
was con
United Daughters' of the 'on- people telephone people .
Street of liev. and Mrs. J. II. Davis
Iiokwnvlll vbarf footof Laura their promise to build n line from Kuest
federacy.The temporaneous. for several months, has none to Welaka -
r.lpbol1.63 Palatka to WelnfcaVe want It and

Piltua, wnsrf foot of Lemon .ir.... high school literary society Rev. J. H. Davis, formerly of Lake we need It very much. and Mrs., where F. K.she Boeder.A. Is the. guest of Mr. Low Holiday Rates j

--r- has been assigned to the ,
Como pastorate
will give nn entertainment In the F. 1C. Keeder spent Thursday In
E. T. CLARK,, Traffic, Manager, Auditorium tonight to which all are of the Howe l\Iemol'IIII1\Ietho. Palatka. I K. Gable spent several dayshere To All Points via '
recently visiting' his wife and
Jacksonville Flu., Invited. The Admission fee Is smnll dIst Episcopal: church south and entered The Misses Bray of Nashua visited son and parents, returning; to Mauon

-- and the proceeds will be devoted to upon his duties lust Sunday:! friends here Thursday. Saturday. Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
in the morning n helpful
school Improvement. preiicliing John Green of Fruitland was In Little Oradell RHVOOII, daughter of
Crescent City Transfer Co.o gospel sermon to a good-nl/ed con- town
Ira C. Pratt's new home on Sum- Friday. our popular store keeper and postmaster
gregation. In the evening his appointment D. K'lybon, celebrated her
: In town
nandlllV..llo of Sluoo
C esoint City Junetloo. mitt street Is going rnpldly and was
trains at up
lleola/ all Welnka. Rev first birthday' the 18th. Neighbors
nt
was Saturday. Rnndnl has just finished Tickets sale Dec. 18th 1Jth,3d\ 24th 25th 30th
appointment'S. Mr. Pratt expects to have It completed and friends called, and wishes were on ,
Night trains by and Mrs. Davis expect to make their surveying the new road beetw en
and ready for occllpancy within here and Pomona. extended to the little mUs for many 31st, 1908, and Jan. 1st, 1909. ileturn limit, good until Jan. .
M. IiA.BB.EE. Manager licme In' Crescent City, though the happy returns of the day.
a month. It Is to be a two-story (ttth 1909.\) \) .
been assigned Lovler Flgelcy visited Palatka on t
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-- work to which helms : Services were held at the M. K.
.. seven room house. Friday.A Pullman Cars All Trains. .
Includes appointments nt Seville church Sunday:: morning. Kov Mr. on

B. B HARRIS Mrs. C. Lyon and dnugliti-r Miss Fruitland and Welaka. It l Is his town caucus was held here Fri. Crlppen has been appointed pastor .
Eva Lot of Detroit Mich, arrived the News Is Informed to day the 15th; to nominate town otlloers. here. Mrs. \V.- L. Uable led the Kp- ---- -- ---
purpose Those nominated were F. K worth League meeting in the morn- For
detailed information rates schedules reservations
lust week and hare their delightful
Barber opened each month to ,
!Sunday's
give two Reader mayor ; L. A. Morris. };. S. ;
CRESCENT CITY. winter home on South) Pi'aspect Crescent City, one at Seville. ;, and to Green and W. :\Williams, alder. ing.Mr.. and Mrs. James Manchester see your nearest, ticket agent, call on or write to .

street for the season. They divide the service of the fourth Sunday :: menV.; H Buitsley, clerk and treasurer have left for a trip through the
H. H. Bryant, assessor and collector southern of the state. A. W. Fritot Frank C.
A clean shop and a clean, .1I jalllc- have not been here In two years. between the congregations at ; ; I. H. Clayton marshal ; K. S part Boylston ,

tory 8h'Lve' and Hair Cut K"-1"1-; tr. Col. Ei: C. Forster of )orlE'.P"., arrived Fruitland, ond Weliikn. He will Green W.' M. Williams and P. O'. Mr. and the Carter Mrs. P.residence.Bronson are occupying hh'ilon!; PiiaxtMiurer AKont. Trl' 1''a eng.r Agent .

toed. Try me. last Friday for n stay of some preach' here again next Sunday eve- Connor school trustees. ATLANTIC COAST: LINT.: ..lucksonvillcs' .

time at drove Hull. Col. Forster has ilng, by which time he hopes to announce Mrs. Schoflleld Como Is stoppingwith
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATICHf. made several winter visits to Crescent his plan of permanent appointments. Mrs. F. K. Keeder. A very clever trick of tun neon In lull -- -

imrtmcnt of tho Interior. City and Is no stranger to our Mr. Davis hopes to are Rev. J. H. Davis preached at the In la the following: It Is known as MA1DY osvIt .

U.H. '. l )KKIOK AT aAINItHVtr.LE, LA.Jnnllny people all of whom lire rejoiced to range Ills work here so as to have Methodist church Sunday.:: time "dry sund trick." The faker brings COMP'sN .A'NpA, A. I
liltli. IlK 9. forward u pull, which bo proceeds toflll
T. see him again. service at the Methodist church on Miss/ Eva U roe n and Essie Wall of .
Nullm lii-ri'li.v ul\' ni that WIINiini wllh water LIe then shows soiua COMPLETE LINE OF MODERN URTO-DATE MACHINERY

C::,1't.'I; : 'L;'nri-nw IMU, niiiila ay, Ktorhhi HiiniuntKiKllKillrv: who;: on l:No.:i i.- The Misses .Nellie and Willie" l.oy- the Sundays' the Baptist' pastor Is Fruitland were In town Saturday ordinary snail, quite dry Tot prove Orr THE BE T'IT wti. SAV$ you MOKE v. 4cTi 'w ,. \

tZ'(\ iiii NO: oaa for WH <>' N,':'< 4ol less nieces ot !Mm. J. II. Harp-the absent. Rev. Mr. Davis came to Miss Murloil Blile!(| of Nashua visIted Its dryness he takes up n baudful nud WE HAveTKfBHT-pORTABl-riS/VvjMiLu I ill illr
Hi i-t Ion Il.TtmiiMlitpllHollui, UnnKOXA Florida. from t the north and up to friends here Friday.Gsnuiy blOwing sharply It, scatters it In i\
OIIHI. Inllnlmiittttti Miil-ltllail.Jinn I HIiHl not- foimer from Dawson nnd the latter upon OUTFITS ON THE MARKED .Ar4D VAR.-. % L
l he, of ::nt'iiil: !:: Ion to iiinko: html 1 Five Yvnr from Atlanta Ua.-who have lJeellvilltlllll' two; weeks ago nns allllluted with all directions. IIo tliun takes up another OUS OTHER MACHINERY I IN STOCK r
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1'raiif. itiihllili clulm, to the limit nliovailour northern brunch of I the :Methodist Broken. handful and drops It Into tho WE ALSO CA.RRY SAWS Of ALL KINDS I" 4'
... ..'1,,,,, Iho Uunlnti-r nnil H..O.I..o.lIo. here somo time left on tile; '
nt .ofMirrti "You were a Tong time III the far corner water. Wo all It lying In thc B >-TIN<
tlIII w.': \ Flin-lihi on Ibo ml tiny < church. It Is presumed can see V
:: Monday for home via Pnlntku, St. Episcopal: Inst evening" SEND DC.t.I.D
elected to nmke of the conservatory bottom* of the pall under the water. FOR ( :
l'h'll1111I0.11.' Wltfl'eU.l, that having
}tift! llrynn, of Ciirriiwny, \1'101'1011 Angustlmnnd; Jllck80U\ III. They In Florida he suggested the mother. "Whnt -wee going Next showing his handa empty, ho TC3TI MON I AL.S. Wt HAVB ONE .

Win. 11 ltrn a. Jr.. of Unrruwny? IIrIiliI.eo. ; : were a>cii>iiipaul il to I ho foimer, his permanent home on?" places one lu the pall and brings outa ANO THAT ia AT
< V Plurliln.; himself with ABO13tADPRES5.t
llnwi.n.orourruwuy, .
Identify
Wylu' Wllkliwon.orciiriuwiir Klorlilu1IKN14V place by Audley Eaton, who uient bait decided to "Do you remember the occasion on handful of\tbo sand. Blowing upon '
: .: H LIHUI111( i several days there. southern Methodism and Crescent which you became engaged to papa?" It It still scatters in all directions A POSTA1. CARD vIul.l.9'NGouIt SALESMAN ISftU ,

*,... ltugtetur.NOTiCl City is his first appointment under Inquired tbe daughter by way of reply. showing it to be as dry ua over. This OuRUAR.HTEEyftJ..tpROTaCT'Q. ... -

The Misses Clailssu amid Ilensle. A. his new relations. The people of all "Of courso I do." l la repeated several times until all the -.
PUBLICATION.Ucpnrtmont -
FOR Williams arrived last week from el,nominations will 1 give; Rev. andMrs. "Then It ought not to be necessaryfor sund is again extracted. This clover -c

of tho Interior i Ashevllla. ami are with their sister, Davis a cordial welcome to the you to ask any questions." trick Is performed In tbo following Too MCCII FACE g

W.H.I. OypfviT UAI N>SVII.I.;'. PtA. Mrs. Henry Hutchlnson, for the remainder Thus gently the news was broken manner: Fine clean sand Is selected You feel as if you hail one face too many r FmGroveHall .

Natlt.norebr, II Iv.Junnnry.II that WlllluiuV.113th. 1'101I.' of the seiuon. The Misses place. that they were to have a .soninlaw.Art washed carefully lu hot water several when you have Neuralgia don't you? J a

:"'wilv. jClNiniui I, FI.'hln.'ho., on Aurfuiit formerly lenders In Cold Storage Rati. times and dried In the sun Some of Hiwethu face, you may need It ; but get ,
were
:NI". Its:. !>ln'la Honi'Wtwi.l Entry No. 11711' I. Williams and neteml.int mine nut. of the cold of Eating. this sand Is tben placed III a frying rid of the Neuralgia applying !JulInrd's q a
The : hotel
INorlitINt:,:, : i i.J.nliurlllNliA'Huiitli.: I Knnuu) r.r *20 4w'Ji"r\\; I :t,,3fH.lowiMliip *: the social life of Crescent City their storage!, room will) im ii 19111 Ionic. Eating Is not merely an enjoymentIt pan with a lump of fresh lard and Is Snow Liniment Finest thing In I, renovated Cresct.uitCit3'spopular, clvan) amId airy Is, n ,

.ee :II.' 'its ii, linn llhul. mitli-e nf IntHiitlon their annual winter visits to ."Kill nriwonderful., I." lie ..uit ld. "We Is a sclonco that must be learned an cooked until all tho lard is burned the world ft>r rheuroatlum. neuralgia i:: attain open for thesenson' undHr :2:

.i.1.1( \,\ .Mmil,111I10 oiiiiiiutntu)Ibo liinu above ii Proof<.li'HrllHMl to wiiilillHli -, old home Is looked forward to by our tUoiiKlit initlurii lIP, iuutiuuig would nboll art that must be acquired by Intelligent away. Tbo result Is that every particle burns, Sold oute. by scalds Ackerinnn-Btowart lame back and Drug all the management! of "' 1\r. C. rj
pains.
nilorDlli' auntjr Jmluo, nt fnlatka, Horl- people with pleasure.Rev. l ilhI them lint they live In t Ibo clean patience. The man who at middle of sand Is covered with n thin :, Noue'roN.

u hi':CISItiiint.I on II:!' Bnl niiiHu.: day, of RN Miirch.itiiuiuiuii lllou: B. ST Cate preached to good light nnd dryneKS. of the bent modern age has not discovered what and coating of grease so that when this Co. In the midst of the bent orFm

Jhi; ;!> -Tiiiii-iiiiinof Ore time "' 1"lnlFlu.. church mure ChIll fortiubty (hum n they how much Is suitable for him bee not sdnd la dropped Into the water it remains ri nnire grow Ing section of Florida. "
'Mtflwt' ''iv' of Pontiil, Klurlttu. congregations In I ito Baptist lilumlilng A Kind Hearted Waiter. ::1 Fine boiitliiK:, fishing and g
Tlminni:: ; 1C.: In the dump, nuid, filth nnd darkness finished hIs education/-IIenltb. dry.-Scientific-American. :
B"Uiililln: Mayof IVnlul, Vluililn.11KNUY Florlilil.. lust Sunday morning and evening did the modern A surprlHliiK exiioi'luiico was that of :q: bird "lioollnif. BeautIful views ::!
Muy of Piinlnl. tboURlit
of I the w tWe i of Crescent Luke from hotel
with | had yesterday with the boy -t jI
here 1 a Unlit roculred lilt.of advIce
H. tllUBH, to com .S lady who u on
Mr. Cute expects the Lu-
but t -
them!
nnnld II hut 11111 Lots of Raaaons. fa verandas., Handy to st"I1U
IteglHtur. ship next door lad confessed to his
month a Slid Is free
the comlnn table etiquette; sullluleutly
his family early In ml* us Inid the actor Board wc-i-k
.sltnnln has us many nobblni I don't see wby nay ther. boat litndlnic. by ::!

() when he will enter upon his pastorate ('0111 untiis (-"rum vets And here"- .should ever bo nut of a job. Bobbins- ""Yes: I know bin father is coming from vanity to tell the stHy hersolf. ::5 and month nt reasonable rutles.I ...
Order ;
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For
PublicationOourt" / Crescent City She suys: Outers to Nnrllmru 1'01/1'1,18. I.J
All advertisement
iiwed gesture. to the
of the church. He iniule nn Why? Ilobblnn-According "
I In tin' ''i' Mitt : ; coming of fluid riitu In our cold Is full of to see me about it at my offlce. I know tliiit I "in nut a.person of ::: Write for terms. R .
Olroory
Kliihth: lutlloliil people will welcome the 'A mid lienI I *, every good' play I hope will got
"Well father
?? you
""'""'"County, Florida-Ill Olmii- tluuitfru'e20 impresNlvu nppimninve.' I am Inclinedto .
Mr. and Mrs. Gate, and the Iews : fctiirnce rooms nt temperatures full Rood situations-Ifl oh.nu.. tho Lost of It, the same as I did yesterday be short and stone and' to dross Wm. 0 HORTON a
It to
lot. nnd u'ntIse ,
the i the, lirealh
Bo'omon.OomnlianantJowil ye. Dill ,or predicts that under his pastorate of 'ro nnil fro theyitrrml !I" ________ plainly. Still. I Inul hoped Hint I hind
n..lnimm' I>Kf"iuliint.'}J 1 1biii7i lvouo. Baptist church will thrive both temporarily III the fi'rm" snow.S nre thick und warm We Sell SCIIMTIFIO 81'ANKINU nn air of acquultitimco, with polite society. 11 Crescent City Florida. rjri Fl

I\ !>..i"lllIg tile!hy; "nhove.inl? "r'',itatoL'ippii.ie.i OIlUOO to thnt the mid splrltulLllv.Uelllemb..r Illte I.Mr.Their nnil.dIll \\'ltl> frost on their consists la punishment only when a But now I stuill bo more modest 3 r.r.r.r.DOl'tler

Jowpti I; r"I"oll." tile d"f"nelnllt IIn".11I imulealo under the feed heartily on meat child l la actually bad. Some mothers than ever In my \Idva of the Impression .
"ll'.ulii ..... ., 01 tho 5*litl ot the whlHkers. tliey think that all drying la tmdnemi It'a not. I make .
strangers.At
""llh.\"II".1.:, \ hla ahl..Duo 10 nnknown auspices of the Musician club at (Ihe ii ml jrnme fnwea to rookllke hardness. When' your bnby cries look for pins or upon hotel whereI For Publication.
first monl nt the
Ntii'::r'III\I:' there.o.a, iii'. of por4.li tW.flty.Olil'In tii:::: Auditorium next Tuesday night. -1ox'hnllJo. inot souls external cause. If you can't V find. pnsHi-d my luit snmnipr I was )plrusott III, tile OlrtMiltOtnirt Eighth Jutltnlitl (Olroul
r .. upon whom tuiq serviCe 01Ihu have nn Interesting --- them give the baby Whites Cream rmlfugu Putmmt Uouiity 'lo'hll..lIL Oliutivury.iirrln .
HtlhTHllli: would hind ,,"ob I''on"nnl, It I. The club will Fir Term In Japan. as the nuances are It I Is, suffering: with the fuco of my'wnltor. It wns ( Airunl 1
Pa- '
'"d"rt"I":: .d tuft.Rlt. non.roohl..nt 1>0' program with Miss\ hut Lelb I so common that from worms which keep it hungry and II nullant, with UlinlHniMw amid good nn- 1V Bill for Dlvorco. I'vs.
nre
to tiu, iii:llh..l.omlh.lnt;.h..I1) r"'lnl,1 lIIud In to ollhl lipls'r Utka's accomplished.' soprano Mr.anil Fires III Jnimn hns established cross all the time rieimnut to takersure tnro. I L"Jnn'my dinner with soup WIIIIIII"1101..1, }
viftiuc.. oU ..r b,,'ore .. Miss Anna this lU'Hfriirtlvu: ngeiicy In Its ai'tlon. the waiter set them In It nniiniti'lntf: hy nillduvlt: : npMuinlml, to the
Hale. und fish. As : :
(). P. hiHlliutlim, mid II .
""NDAV, .Mr. nil tlOIIl: 1 lit I 11 t tiltMt In uiu 3 nl tuve HtutiHl uiiurtii Hint
the l.t DAY FEBRUARY, and Miss Sadler of Itself n" Ii to asp".s on the positive guaranteethat PrIce 25 cent frotlt i>f mo ho glanced nt tho personsof I Illliini A1 fort I. tlttIhruiiilitnt ttiniitln.niiniiMl .
I) Palatka up
frll ':I0': '>Ul"rwl" the nllonatIon. of all l hi Rued of whole toc'hiiliiry bus grown Sold bj .Acker man-Stewart Drug Co. IN u rmn-ruitltlmtt of tli" Hint .litPltii'liln
'"n'lTmt.'U", '; ". uufuiMuil by nulil L>..- Lake City. Reserved touts' can be e>'erv xhmle 'I..t meaning' In uuit- if it does not give sat- fashionable npponrnnco who wCl'emy .nnil that hlM rttdUlHiK'H, in II Ilk 1I0Wh.
tnblo. Hit kind heart itiid ttiut lie 1. the of t
at over < *
neighbors ago unty Htt
Jiil'l'l1h'"r'h"r: III' ':r ord..1 l thnt thin Ortlur I... secured at Lounds drug store. hers fiery; The Jiipiiuese hinguiiRe ban isfaction we will return the The Ag. of Man. struck with the four thAt tears: null tInt tint re In no iMimod In (.liuHtnta -
'" lui-erdlnry, fire, annccldrnliil scientiststhat wag suddenly of PlorlHtt' whom tin a.ryl.. '..
admitted i'
Klnht con w utlvo last ,,'dllll"I'Ul8 for mi It Is generally by m.u'
left
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ti1lbtih,4i0;\u in tili'oP'.r.'kk'"N! : % n newspaper Mr. and Mrs. Smith Cobb ". lire nres starting front ono' entire amount of money paid men lived on tbe earth contemporaneously I might make an unfortunate Impression itf HtthpmMiifc won lit.. hlntl 1 .....It LKjftniiJiint, .;
nahl C'oiintv' mill Htntu. home III Albany nllelwhIMper",1 lit 1 I. Uuivforo "nl rwl that inld nonrvtiilmit '
IhOl.'h Wit, n ,;"Y I tuuind ii uiI olnullil Heal tutu Saturday for their own house n fire taught,!! from next usforit. with the big nosed rhinoceros on them. Ko bent- down liulViulniii be n ml In hurt)by rutfult -
,,tii of ) inlwr, nJOHKflt" Their departure wan nearly wltb oth In my oarj; ,',1 to ..Pl..r| to tli* Bill of Uompliiliil hut
(I4.'ulhl] : N. Y. ;d lire which one shares which became extinct about the .
PRIm!!, had been door We ask all those who are first." la milt afloat bnor bo Tor*
months earlier than Is liurnlng to an end, of the period. That "Eat your soup
k uirmilfccionrt.ping' two era a tlro'I..b beginning glacial MONDAY tbe tut DAY OF FKBRUAUY
M. I. I h j R. MOIlAQ'i.I: uu1ut.tycuorui.U0U5 I their I purpose. owing ta 'iuidlspOsi'' the llnme of a fire unythlnir-for Instance run-down, nervous, debili- period so high an authority as the late A. O.. Hf>W. otlior\Mm the rall mitlotiBof, saul
,,,\ of Mr t'obb: ;\\ hohas from which a tire Flsko TRill MEANKwr lAM rw TOWN hill will tw tukuii am uuuri>*iit>tk by smut. Ui-
"ud lIollollor rorJolIIlI..t.JOh tion oil the, part a trader, tated aged or weak, and John assures us, probably began r n,lunt _
been well and who thought may arise; the side from which to attack not less than 240,000 years ago and It till one who always wears a frown Is It ,In furthor oixlnrail thnt thus Order IMIpiiiillMhiMl

WHITE & CO. not circumstances he a Ore In order to extinguish It; a every person suffering from ciiine to an end 80.0OO years ago How cross and l disagreeable, and l la short onutin Week for UliglitooiiNrturtlv, _
the wui'ltit In the Fulntku New n
that under Mr. Cobb was visIt 1 condolence a/ter n flr.. stubborn colds, hanging-on long man existed on the earth prior to and .sharp In his enawera Nine cases : ,In MtUl :t'ounty' nnil;; Htute.WUnH 1muw1i5. ipuirpuhiitthml
LOUI.VILLI:, KY. ought to be at home. bare no means out of ten It. not the poor fol'ow's fau t, .. 'in* him'I uiul ollhI..I."Uhla.tbe17t ,
"'i"-.. let. well on Uavlng bronchitis or incipient the glacial period we It' his ''Ivor and digestion that make ilny o( Hevuimb.'r. IWM. IMo..iJ
and quite MOTHBR coughs *
KVBRT
tlkat
.....kel p'ce sld"llflt5 cheerful of knowing.-New York American. be- JOHlL; ff PRtOK.C101 .
: and both regretted' "orYllluchthe worried'when the little consumption to try Vinol hlmtVulao miserable, ho can't help 'It circuit Court
"runs here should be of
In langor
as II pre'cRutlon..ry Is or IRa"ltn Irgolsaori-oabjfi, Am you .:. N.
change cold. It "I have been somewhat costive
of the may OAfIOUN.
necessity have a cough or J Then start
?
ones that condition .
with this understanding. gftilng Into "
..Iuu.r
never but Donu's I lust the
Wi, move. They call croup or pleurisy or pnemonla.thRnto | Regulets; gave Hallaril'a. Herblbo foi
at ooui- taking -- -- --
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Dall..rd' and
OIl 1._ It moro tholl their hosts offruends .ow..thl"" more .erloii. trouble results desired. They act mildly your liver.-th.. .,d.,. aure and rellsb e
reKret will cure the regulate thet bowels perfectly.
lorohound syrup Aokerronn-
allxlouaJy Sold
here, who will and prevent any conipllo tlon. VINOL I. Sold In Palatka by George B. Krause, 8U6 Walnut Av.., vegetable regulator by hamberlain's Cough Remedy _
of Mr. bobb'.liIlpr0gedconditlull Sold Aokermau-Stewart l>ru.. Co. Altoona, Pa. Stewart Drug Oo. Curse CoWl, Croup and Wl> COu5ut, .
Co.
Ackerniau-Stewart Drug
Chamberajs Cou'h I await news by :: pa.

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: MONDAY JANUARY 251"Urn $ Personal mention. $ _l 117 i


..;)) "" "" "" """' '''.'. wIIin. Sale "sf .j

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W II Cook of }'omoll o was II nS % '
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one of the clty'a prominent visitors' '
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Last Day of the Great euterday. II for Men \. Jj

E. W.; Green, the well known I ,
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: butcher, Is quite 111 at his home on Men's and Boy s 53.12 54.00' gs.00/\J I I //

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Kirby street.

Clearance --Sale! Miss Rosa Coxe left) last Saturday M I I andUnderclothing \1 .{1'$ I III !I

:. January : for Gainesville where she will be : Heavy Suits Wl u .- "
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: tile guest for two weeks of her sister, IIM..I. I 'J .
SS A. L. Glass. u .
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RAfl'FORD4ssuraiijjSho.
Judge 0, I. Rowton whose long f
This the greatest Clearance Sale of all, continues to grow In : term of service as Justice of the .I ,. '" \ Insurance. Crawford Shoos arc a. i \; 1.1.
S. i. \ good Inside out. It It aim ,
this district the .. on. my to give 111
leace for expired on is going
.. Is day with us and we want to make the now Crawford not
interest. Every day a good (th Inat has been employed as clerkIn wearers only leather and i '

last days double all others and we are going to offer some the otnoe of Hherill: Kenueily.: i Take advantage of ..:.. styleS such as are used In shoes costing I;
.. .. twice aa much, but the benefit of every 1
S Mrs. W. 11. Itowton who has been I and secure a .. fit desirable improvement for the making i
sale
for the l last Days. : isltlng friends and relatives III the this oJ a more satisfactory ahem. That) why I say Crawford !

Extra Special Bargains city for the past ten days, returned 11 i h-Grad e 1;f s Assurance Is Shoe Inauranca. If you are skeptical, aok one f::
to hers Home In Jacksonville last g '
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3., of my many Crawford agenta to tell you why Crawford "
We have extended the Sale to Monday Night'-'---- -- ----- S Monday ;.-. "stay-up" box: tOIl never break, why Crawford patented i ,
: J. 7s{. 'Walton chairman of the hosi Griffon Brand ,;-', "Tredstrate" lasts are beat Ask: him about the Crawford : ; I

S S will be devoted especially >ital,committee, I Is anxious to meet reinforced shanks, and our "bend" aole leather. Crawford .! ;
.I.E:6c\ \Vhile Monday the members of the 1C. of P. inln.trels d :{.1 featureearenuunerous. That Is what makes Crawford Shoes !:f

S : to Remnants, all other goods :. and asks them to come to the Tailor Made\ Suit at a 'r! popular and Crawford wearers -4 ..J.
S. Board of Trade rooms next Tuesday I (j : allegiant. Buy Crawfordil I A.EI "

_ .S S % will remain at'Sale Prices. ivenlng at 7:IIIJ. i positive saving of money. y. 4>

Chas Bardln. n son of the late' .' J t'I'
Some exceptional Bargains will :. JU S
- ,
of the,
S. was a piomlnent member .
I .. Xrl
will .
: I be offered for Saturday and rionday. 'ederatlon of Labor convention. Herepresented c to come and you ... Crawford Shoel Stockton MassachusettsClothier. .I'h.

_ the Tampa pographl- I well- "it an Union Mad .;J.a. : ""' '''''1 \ ,
window display. which he reflected need our warm, .H'If
cal union
See our upon .1,: : ,,, :' : \
_ : ;
S honor. > :," -I": '' ; ; I .t": i\\

Everybody come and get jour On Wednesday evening large P made, Stylish garments. -" .jJ: ..1.I 7-t'

laity of friends tendered Mr. F. P.JnPont ,
share of these n surprise at his pleasant

:. lia birthday home on the anniversary.Heights party In The honor even-of I I ]%/% S B rown and

_ .5
Deiclous -
S W onderfulBargains. InK was passed most agreeably. I.
I refreshments served Furnisher i

S; : The Pj.thlan Sisters of F'ahiJka' on i FLORIDA.
51 p Tuesday night; held the ceremony. ofiistallliig II'II.J

__ __ ., ,. Sale Closes Honday, Jan. 25th. term In which officers Mrs.for M the S. ensuing Brown L '1I1JI-'IIII'jIIW' III 'Ill! II m in ll. m I 'n ,wi' iunn 1 iirniPALATKA, I ir IC Mim' -IB' nil :'l. m aumw;:! :' '"IIII1f\tmI'JIIA.iIIIl'31r1l11: : : '' 111 m

_ .S grand chief of the state, oilloiuuted.I --
:. At the conclusion of the cerenionjhe ,
.5 Dress Goods Sacrificed. members, sat down to n sump- I HEAVY VOTING IN Refreshingl! vigora.tlng !
S These Prices Dazzle ComExtra
I :Neverliefuis have you hlHI such I uoua banquet-, this followed by recitations -

petition. I an opportunity to get desirable dress I and music. PIAuoCONTEST. Makes Work Cuhl'Ia
such never be. Dr. G C. Batea who has been serlon -
for (roods lit prices.ou _
:8 These ale Htaples that everybody Special lure had such !genuine hurRiilns osweolferjouln If 111 since Christmas was taken I'usj and llcadai he andIndigestion.
know and we alwaj challenge com- I this sale, \ !801110! ROat on Satuiday to tho St. Augustine More Than a Half Million Votes t he CliCkkH Plump .
petlon on them. t I less than half ptlce. You CIIII'tI. hospital, where he was the following Cast During the Past I IK
S All the bust! grade fancy I.ctilluoes Saturdayand I afford to miss t thin. day.. operated upon for appendicitis.Later Week. nuJ Kosy.Hottli'd 54$7$ I'ophln Drink.

S. all new patterns some 5.IHIII( ) yds< plaid snltliiKS, rejruInrZ'.o reports from the hospital are
.5 the new side bands . . ; 5C iem'h.' at . . ., Iut8uo p I t.; the effect that he la slowly but I Extra Inducement., by Merchant. Re by HENRY SCHOOP, Talatki, !onda.'
Genuine Amoskeair apion and dOe wool 'dress floods purely regaining his strength.The sponsible-Another Change in

checks you pay 80 ,anywhere.. Sic go at . . . 22CAmo.keul famous Jenkins brass Leadership. Munuractiirer ol Soda Water of all Flavors
I S Orphan _ _ _
in'
dress irlnRhnin ;
S. ( at . . 9c Monday &0o) I and aOosaItIugs. all tieslrable -, C I band and Jubilee concert company of During the past week a totnl or .
plain and fancy, shades, nt .. . 39 ,
.5 _
Cnarliaton, 8 0., colored. will giroa .116,IJlIi) votes hnvc. been dIet\ In thepliitio
You pay 12Jc: for these (roodLance PuLuIftu1tISereS, cheviots, etc. concert at the colored K. of P. halltomorrow content 'IhU IIIIH I been duo In t:: ; ;:: ;: ; ; ;!!:(; ; ;: ;: ;:... .........;j..J. 1J
On these' :3 dnjswe
assortment or beautiful : values at . 59C I IJ
Too ,
will sell on<> IntPLAID night. The concert Is In Urge, niHiimiri. to the eiiterprlsp of Hi I .
S Scotch cloth. 8,1 Inches wide. a 50-1) n broadcloth: all the; .new:2 lehulf of the Jenkins trfhann! least two of till. lending IlierchiintH, -i- Let n
10C sU1LIt4 : us J Know ourGrocery //I II
.5 beauty for 15o, at . .. WI Inch nidi nnd cst shades. $1 a1} values p 5 and Reformatory Charleston and who lia"e oltereJ HHPH vott-o as anImluoDiiient > nI
S You %must nof!: fall to ace thtse molCH PLAID188 :-- 45-ln 1 billllantlne and eores..9 the band and !quartettes) are said to when only on" had beenDlferecl I I n
. II
3(\.In fine llnene Inch wide, nil! *1.2 1 v&UeLat I be "great." The concert should and before' 'Ihen hero U I the :J 1

S. The value . . . ..... 10C uuuuide by tho ruinous I 5 SS undoubtedly! will attract a large Fact that It lius been IL pny week nil () \
8H.la nameless Indian Head Arnold PilntWorka Skirts. ; : crowd of our colored people!? t the rai i roads a mud ninny uucounts 1ffjiJ

55. 15o. value. . ''' '' ''' 1OLBO > and WIth up to Sou.\ You iniver had such bargains In have been piild by eiuplnvi-s ul).. __ n n
lu auto cloth i not worth W. S. McQualde of Hastings was have not been, allowed to Ignore' their
a
IIJC piece SkIrts give duilntf tl>ls g
as we you In the city this week interviewing Wants
nfr '' *'' lesa than 15c. All voting privileges.Of Shoe :
.5 S 3O.jtUaI1ateu.CtotIi: ; during the last sale Our stock la varied and complete : the council committee on Fire andS the totnl vole polled tint two .. E! n B
. . .. 12,,C ICO and not one of them but what Water In the Interests of the AJax
20o value I l'lIllIIklL cnlltlldlllee W'I' y\\-\
at ; leading
.5 two days S
S Amoskeag' outlnus.'; : In, pl..11I.. and IK, good all the year round like but In Chemical fire engine. This splendidand en a tutul 01( :!.I.4J1I: ) .votes cud of I"hismininber $3 $3.50 $4 and we will be i ifuruiah I'' f d! to E
this sale tthey have to go everything -
fancy. the others sell at 12Jc reliable fire extinguisher Is now Mist l.ecks. received thnptiormous with !
clearance sale price : . *- 71 cents else, at a biUKHin price. AllS ... In uee' by ninny cities and a smaller total or 218: .4IH) ), while. Mice : you iestgoots
.5 The 15c quality the very latest styles. .S sl/e is coming Into general use In HaHsett received HIM' subxtnntl i| TT takes all kmdj cf women obtainable i rpru- !

.S ..t, . . . . . .. jog See window display $4 line panama skills, clearance factories. It does perfect work alld number of lO .OIO.) This vole iiKiiln: .1. world and all low
2.98 ingly prices a
Fine htrthiK stripe gingham.. ----- -- anle pricer . . Is reliable. I puts Miss Leeks i in thu. I lend II poe I- to make a E: u
regular IOu\ value at . 7'C *;> volli skirt, satin folds 8.. Joseph Itammontree of MoMeekln tint she siirrendeivd to M I.e KnssettI I kinds of shoes to please them. Noue-but First. olo'Jds
wellvol.th $((3 this sole. 3.9 I
:. Remember ; .S was a visitor In the city on Wednesday. I lust, week. find sbelf mom I We. II
: Notions at Little Prices. t; [iIslblu\ this stilpe aale piinamn. . ., 3.98 S Mr. Fl sin ununstree's numerousMlends MIss r.daii llrownlnKof Francis r Still they can all be suited with t 8 i
vurprettv;
want to convince this
In the county will regret to calved Ihn next hIghest!! or 1I .7HCI \ ,
The saving In notions iilone lit this This !Sale! closeaMiyidiiv OIKlot fancy. wool skills. 2.98 I kuow that his general health has not votes, aunt 1 MH| Jennie Kill'ton" nl t Queen Quality"shoes-so alid ti, itself 8
. BO come see
wOI.tll M nnd | at
.
sale will amplv repiiy jou lou the night '< been good for some Ume. He contemplates Crencent City followed will a total varied and complete is the line. II
time spent at the elll.y", sell you ft) vnllu skirts and elegantaklitat 6 .S changing his place of of 4IUIHU. or, phoue your ""I i I I'' La B
.5 / . . .. . .90 1
the common everv-dny' wants III January 25. voile skirts residence as he attributes his 111 To sort. find count these vote le We are suiting more women No. 84 and it w five
."j none prettier
tie thing for about one-half made . . .... . . II.9O health to some local CRuse or condition quires that a lot of. lIme be dxvoti d I Ito with them evcry'day because B
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.: usual price. Lust daCome I \ Monday .. on his present farm. the I work .on t Ii. pint of the pn'>- ,I prompt and can i i(.tonn B
:. Best & pearl buttons' Is "Olllllt""II1Ullt S prletois or the Niw'; .. but It U II work their reputation grows every day. tiou. II

: at . .o. . .I. . . .. ... 3c fey. Handkerchiefs. S R., has Ravmond Just completed Price 1 county of engineer each Hint has 'hut It Kutllcli! 'nt of exolteineiit I I ..
Plain and fancy pearl. buttons find bring Hen. l where you get something of the several tax maps school districts to make It Int..r..IIIIK.olios ) "Qliecn Quality" will retain !ill Free delivery.
.,. .. 5c and t special Lllllo. Hnver of Keuka, hll.rorwllrd..d .
values up to 150 at YOUl'lrl"lIdo. for almost nothingCome getS of the county for the county shape longer than other \\I
p

S.S. Beet be. brass. . .[pins: . . . 3c I. ---.------- .jour long: at:'\\'gp I : early tee. us they wont last .,S I school bound together board and In neat they shape.have These been wlthdriiwn a lequest from, the tliHt content her iiiiiniba H"r ready made shoe. Try any it once. i: L.C.Stephens I
ntCoat's
5 darning cotton 2c This. is a CashSale 51)) Icvz children's. white, hem mud maps are pen drawings and for neatness name wile entered wit lout het kiiow-.
...
hedge by suine fi lend ami she Uitrateful
.
I handlci, rchlefs 60 values, this I and accuracy could not be improved
atCoat's l liik.ti1t8i; ; crochet l; cotton .3c sale . . .. . 2C :. r upon. Mr. Pi'Ice has also for /the itterlnir vote irlveu Herbert L Grocer. "
: . : '..i. sn bring the money Do duz, Indies'plain, and cross bar ... Just completed for the town of but ns she In uwnv In I the I i north lie- Crook R
d i' ; tending school sIte prefers not lo
: Pen Lusta or royal societyembroidery 2iclie I Money' I Is what we snma' are all pure linen, north Green Cove Springs, a fine map of
, hose . ". . | want. We. are selling lOu, Kt . . . . . 4CCoat's that place. contluutt 111 tile contest.. j Kirby ana aloriU IS. "I
floss 'Hie >r little Kdna Knowl- Palatka Fla.
embroidery per
+ D. C. M. -
S . the goods too :., "Older No. 11." held of l"u..llto.l have likewise Palatka Fk.i'tda.JnaaaaaaacnEnrrrrircecnrjnii.
.5 dOIl.lij c.I'oh. . . . take 'time/ 'aS Its weekly Ion requentpd j ,
1 cheap to Thread. 4c a Spool j
u Good Safety: Pins per due' m"eUnll'llIet Friday at the home or lie Ith'liawiil h I of her uiiu tile. n'

5 at. .. . . . .. .. . 2c tuehargelt...__ ___ Dining/ Hl sale we are gllll1lto Mr. (.Jrlll..l\errydilY were the usual The volu of th, ciindidates u', to I. J n
100) yds. spool silk. give"U Coat's Ihieatl al 4c per good time was. In no way hacking \VediieHdiiynliflit.' the :iiUth lust \U us --- : : : : : : : :

. . . .. . 8c No Samples spool but we have to limit eacd customer ..., Refreshments of chocolate cake andS Follows: -- -
:. atShetland lloss per'skein to one dozen a day. ComeS fudge were served and. It Is needless Irone M Laokx I'Rln\k. 11..1:0. ,:: Miss Kate L. Lucas lh n V 2

5. . . ... .. 7ic12lc I Cut During every (lay and !gut a clo/.mi If you S to say that they were were much )[11001111..011. l'aIRtkll. n.MI.DAMr
0 atMenen's Talcum Powder.- like. 7s ot moi than one dozen to a enjoyed. Tim president wishes to *. lliuh II. Klluu. 1'nlnlka MOU)
sells at 25o everywhere for this Sale. customer per diiy at this price M say that If any one would like to see Jessie II llurton, Croscunt city 1)7) ,..70 Is closing out at cost Our Dignified

'r S.S _ _ _ _ I _ ,. any" of the membersof Order No. 1 itna nro\\nltlK, Iriihitli IllMOi'
II, they will find th..m'"t their respective Addle llaliu)', Sun. Mntoo QHtffttiniinlvoi all Ladles, Misses .and Credit System
in this Sale. S
: Remember, a Little Money Goes a Long \Vay homes as street walking Is )Onlur Hod MOil, I'uhilka ..16lI(

_ _ SS prohibited.-PHKS.S KEI'OKTKB Annie Kuld, I'lilalkA .. ... QI.oon"' Childrens Has broken down thIng oel-

Fine Tailored Suits and Ladles' :.1 The ladles of Palatka Interested In Kate fleet,Hol.om" "Ilitutm I"O" :,i against the ,iliuoutiiubir
-- -- Silk -I Annie I.mi. henna, I iuist: fulutlia .... .
Black .. | the success of the new Palatka Hospital 11.:00\:: Winter Underwear. bU8Ine B" and toiluj
.S -- _- Misses' and Children'sCoats. have set apart February 4th as Ida Loll,, I'aiiuko. 10,".' I among our custom ,,,,,pie
Ernm \V Ho,IIIIor1nohon ,
"Tag Day" for that Institution and j 10,1,1 In all the profesalo well
Petticoats all should take notice. "Tan l>ay" Mabol tiootho. IfMlinim, .. H.170 Also all Kid Gloves of earn-
S : go- as the great army
You have heard of bu>'Ing CoatannJ I olla I>iikp, I'lihiiku 7.ifcdi
may Is of '
S. n system raising money for \lna'11
I ills a KnlKliti liar .. iij ere, for whom It Wilt
:
.. biiltn at abariraln, but we challengecoinpiirlHi church and charitable enterprises Nora \\llllniiH u |u..twlik :imiii' ing at and below Cost designed.
S Here Is the greatest value ev< r olf>'red >n for this sale. We are as determined that has proved most successful Stalin tlruwnlm .KmnciH. :JJQW comhE -

I In !Silk Petticoats. If you expect to ... us can be to makn an absoluteclearance For each contribution whether .r. KH And in .Wellfurulali ;your i
'>a n .I i Ui-l.a"uth 1. fur main' everything the plete and you can
it now A regular |;3 00 of coat anil suit III ourstore .
S need nile Ret every the
large or small donor wears for urICI
a "n>iiiln Mi -ill/ ,
years | n of this WHOLE YEAR

.5.S. bilk price Petticoat. .. .. . ., .clearance. ,. . .ante. 2.90 t. minute. Every nfj'If coat. Our Is strictly only excuse:up to Is the too I.. the make daY'tills a day tag.in the Let Interests all 'prepare of Palatka'u. to- county lull resich lal I tug' nt \\11111. <>11..., w ,n 'uti Notion line that you If It lo convenient uu WDiva
IIHHI I bar ,
in' nf
-uui Ih F
'diration for It In 00) dni
cry Ulnok bilk I KulIU Silk Petticoat worth *0.with OO, this Eiiiliroul- many they go for this sel\sollllf the year, so out :1 one for. that new Institution.hospital a memorable of week liubnr, COli,....tiiion.I 1 In i'alntldithis may desire at the very J you pay a Cash Discount r llberdue pet-

: 3.90 I cent or a correspond!
sa'e' .. ,
The Elite Ulove-Filllnr( Petticoats Long Con I s actually/ worth t>; C. J. Hunter of Crescent City was Judge E. K. rru.k.11 Is .presidingnt lowest prices. If you .1 al discount at any vithin
.5 new . . . :2.98: .
sale Ice .
clearing '
like above cut ; In Mlka from pi In Palatka yesterday.\ Hunter is the Grand LniUi: of MIISDUS, In the Installment pork
*14Sitp. and Healherbloom Iroin ifl hIS: Long nnd Short ConU.-beat; f<0> an old and highly eareemrd citizen jHcksonvlllKihlo. week. It wits nn- are in need of, any- Our great SUCCDB.'

.. up; north 2> per cent more. They"re values; this sale . . . 3.98 :.1 of the peninsula, and It will be gratifying der his minilillnlniiloii i that Ih,- largely to the fuel it
the best fitting petticoats made He., $7.BO l mi el $8: LCIIK Coat. Ibis .S to the people of hi. home place beautiful Masonic (temple" In that thing in this line call gunraotao

: them. stile . . . . .. . 4.98 to know that !Sheriff: Kennerlv has city wan erected. I Ills I nnnutil n..- -
u Stock Taking. tlO IIOIIK Co its, very pretty.IJlluedlal..ly appointed him a dep-ulyeherllf fuf port and Hd.lieiis him I been cnninll-- and purchase from Everything 'as Representedor

take this aala. . . . . 6.98 the Crescent City precinct. The mented as the must able and coin
S after this sale w. :. this stock
sherlll has been going a bit slow In prehenslve ever Hindu by a grand! and it will Money Refunded.
.5 account of stock and It Is our d..elr..lo. $12 Long
: reduce stock ns much HS possible and this aale. . . . . . 7.98 S deputies, his purpose being to secure '1'he Four Pickerts save you money., Dou't buy elsawh until
we have put the price on the entire $15 and .I8 Long Coats theseS only high-grade men for the responsibilities. Its company which :yru have seen in; V'
stock to make them are heaultes . . ... . 9.98 J I He has aecured one such opened second eiigngeui. for
go. the season I In Palutka
S. \Ve do not propose .lo catty n- dollars '.'5 Long Coats, very fine and stylish .. In Mr. Hunter. 'I heater lust nUht; will at have t tin.a I llowull chaiiue I For J.H.Yelverfon.Jr

.5. worth over that udeepcut [price will I some oeuutlful evening coats In S A St. Petersburg of recent of play each night: of their ?.
this lot this snlo. . . 14.90 paper HUB iirmenf New and
make ; Up-to-Date 6*) I.MIIIOU Bid!
go. date contains the following concerning tonight Slit!' ii rd'ty 11..11101... i .,. nlldalurd"y
the
All remnants and odd lots will be Our iil5|: Long <.J..tll(0 at
cleared at most old price. Come D I low price of. . . . . IQ-5O :., a former well-known young manS '! night 'hit ii U 'a pupulur( I Furnitureand PALATKA, FLORIDA.
up any of Palatka "Mr. and Mrs. noiiipuny' not only in p,
S. t beauties George Uu. 1 bur will every
) Cutpe.theyuere ,
$12,6uOLera ; Remember that
i
and see the greatest bargains eVt'r. wherever It House
S.. and fully worth $16; clearance oaale Bnssett rare this morning for Tampa appears Furnishing Goods III 50
Q pucohnaa or payiueni
offered-\ I prlCH . . . . .. ..9I where they will make their futurehome. Note the badly crippled young at count at our stoLe w (Uive S
Here's Snap I Ii Mr. Bassett has accepted a man who Is selling very low pricesGo ha Great.
a tiaoo\\ ) Silk Rain Coats, thU Q pencilg on ,th- ticket for votes In thu'
u : H"rl"s i a snap no one should miss: I aale. . .. . .90 : ,. position with the Florida Life Insurance street and halo him if you can IInth, to Piano Contest.1aiILhILtII .
company as their special his legs have bee,,
representative
'40X() Silk Rain : Stl-Inch this Pongee sale In nil leading. 39<- I aale, . . . '4SOCravenette I and chooses Tampa aa the 10 the b..lly.. Kven; his teeth the I 5 i m. u
shad'; I Rain Coats, '0 val- moat advantageous... point.to operate roof of hla mouth and! the bone of his R. S.
750 to $1 rva' no bntti-r Wee o Mooney
Yon PIlY I ties; thin. .... . 3-9 :!I from. Mr. and Mra Baasett are nose have been cutaway to check I the --- -
and wont them by .
theuuu_ you_ pans_ __ 'S popularly known and liked In !St.: progress of a disease from which he Chicken
Petersburg and they havea boat of wIts """flng. Hut he Is cheerful I'alatku, Florida. Conkey's
friends on thla side of the bay who spite of terrible nllliotlollllllll ,
--
will regret to learn of their permanently oompl'Llnllll' U. .Is IrYln"f! .10 mak6"-- Remedies'AT

leaving the city." enough nuolisy to set hlm."Jr" up h III, Undertaking; and Embalming.
blloll.el 1I..lLr hIs h'"II". -..
: III
lIeorll'iI
$ Will Present Ingomar.l /; He 18 tryllll to I..nll 1\ eOIlHI.t..nt New, Rehollnd

r e 1 l Lovers of dramatic art will be l'hrl8Uan vouohej for lifts by and tin. hi" cllllrnol..r t. unnil. School Itn a V pleased to know that Mr.Allen Hoi- home town, where good people "f his list lu..lllrl :
he
{ : ton will appear at the Howell Tbea ber nf the churci I. a 11,611I. I'ihlillhlea. HowiCiitat'kSi:
Baptist in, I l
tre In an entirely new play "Ingo- tItheS/ f'lnrldn.
3 Ie henry Uons" 1111,1 II-! Ij-U
h" I. \ -- i
21r..re -
mar" on the nineteenth of February or ----- jjti
ng" 11-hp hltll.
: __ Mr. Holton la well known to Pa. -I S'l'RA YED-llrindlooow, no 10511k.
I,. latka theatre goers by Ills excellent .. \ :Ihort straight horns sawed olf
a.5 of David Garrlck and ..M.TMwc&ta (", ,.; 01) for .. at tip.
nerryday Block I. Impersonation. Inlf. Rs -
220-222-224:: :: Lemon Street, New .. I ,: UAN"OCK ----.- U.
Pygtnallaa and Galatea, and all will Machinery, eta, of the f'lorld Pur ,_.Francis_. Fla.
: ball with delight the privilege of chasing / >lllstk"S --- ,
j ,r seeing him In Ingomar. ly to :fiyit.!) n\fc1l" for save tIONEY TO LOAN-on Iemon .
fl A crowded house U sure to greet Agents 1 Cypherl i- l..oViila: : :Itreet Puehathie or Jacksonville In,.
:) him on February nineteenth lupplles. I proved( real "stllte at II per cent. -._ AT.- .
If Ap.
I ply R. <.J.
HOWELL, !'ahlt1u", FI... tq. Kennerly's Seed Store.





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