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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: October 29, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 1909. 81. Per Yea.. /.

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Slnlc nml Count-)' Licenses foi 1910 I EDUCATIONAL MURDERERS TRY THE KNOCKER[ A BRILLIANT .1'KEAT NGASKS '


PhiladelphiaFailed crned were due Accordingly October. 1st. Please Up go\ RALLY TO-NIGHT. TO BREAK JAIL. IS IN EVIDENCE CEREMONY' FORMANDAMUS_


R. J. HANCOCK, I

Tax Collector nfcd In pursuance of the recent!) Inaugu Kelly: and Davidson, thu convicted He Say. Prosperity Without"Booze" Marked the Marriage of Mia Against County Commissioners
Oct. 8lh, 1909. .It Campaign( for Fducflllon In Florida, Hitch Spilngs murderers confined In the Commanding Them to Call :r Fan
the :
to ---- -- --- -.. speakers in charge of that campaign Putnam county Jail pending un npplica i* N. G. Mellon in Pittsburgh on
-- -- Election.As .
FOR SAIE._. ----- are due for a meeting In Pnlnlka to.night. lion to the supreme court for n new Irlul "No: I don't sell no goods In Palalki the 20th.

horse \ good', gonlle work for The nieetliiK was originally planned were cleverly thwarted 1111111 attempt to anymore; neither does any of The account of the MellonI the Palalka News of last week intimated .
tirulars weight I 11811 Ihi. I For further par lo morrow' morning, but a telegram gain their liberty I 1:1.1: week through ilia the boys. The tow-n is a dcad one. following Is taken from a Pittsburgh w-ould be the case Thomas H. ,
.. address, John :Moles, R. F. D. received oncdncsday authorised Igilance of the hhorlff's office I Grange wedding his John 1<;.. .
Win, Some of Iho merchants say they arc Keating;, through attorney
N(). 2 Box 39 J those of the 21st Insl:
Palatka in paper
Ila charge of the "
local ,
There Is "lru.I Circuit Judge
1 arrange a negro > nt the Jail doing; nothing; and that tho 10wn'lbeen !Marshall has petitioned
FOR S\LH-Two'story (mine store monte to change the lime of meeting named R. II. Ashley, and bo was used going to h- ever since the Extreme dignity and rare beauty marked James T. Wills for a writ of mandamus -
building and about Iwo acres of land nt for 8 o'clock to night by the murderers to carry notes to Minnie saloons were closed." the appointments nt the marriage of commanding the board of county com

Grandin Florida, (known as Ifttsbnnd The meeting will be held at the court Brown, a colored worn:in The above Is the actual observation ofa Miss Sarah Lucille Mellon, daughter of missioners to call an election for the purpose
the store), all cash or part cash and reason I house \\ hom Kelly and I Davidson were" ,depend" Savannah drummer. It conlalns some Mr. nndl\lrs. James 1 R. Mellon of North of deciding whether or not the sale
able terms Among( the speakers be here for aidAshley Ncgley avenue to Alexander Dixon
Bids will be received until sure to hug truth. And Itvas for the of of intoxicating liquors shall continue to ,,
November 1st. 19U'I Mail all bldi are Stale Siipulnlcndcnt' i I HoIUmiy and It seems" had been retained by purpose Grange of Philndulphln, which took be prohibited In Putnam county. d
to J separating the truth from the fuse that
E. Fulch, Slat-tie, I 1'la. 10,15,IsGrnlngcr Capl Geo M I L'lIch. lImo shcilff to help him i In just sneh nri the News consented to It attention place yesterday afternoon al 4 o'clock Judge VV ills,has fixed on next Monday, '
---- .. .- ..- .. At t oihci mectliiKS, throughout the emergency', and ho made good Instead pay any al Iho home. The ceremony was celebrated Nov Itt, when ho will hear argument. .

American has built up a big stale these gentlemen, have been assisted, of taking the notes to Minnie Brow II.!! The man probably docs not do any in limo presence of only tIme immediate Mr. Ke'nlinjf's petition In full follows: -
grocery by such l families and tho otit-oflown
business! Reason \ piominoni educators as l'rcsltleut reel. he carried them fi'sllo, the sheriff.
I
Is: Fresh goods at I incoln business here. lie says he doesn't, and vtaitoraTlw In the Circuit Court of Putnam County,
Utility of 1 Stetson Lniver who read 1"llhe'm
lowest prices Sec him. them and then go to ho ,
---..-.- shy, President .\. A. Murphree of the Minnie. ought to know. altar was built of tall cocus palms lorida.
FOR -- --- Stale nhcrslu and Dr. Blirkman Minnie Brown hid been It is not true, however, that other luxurious cibodium ferns and w hllc satin State of Florida ex red.' .
SALE-35 : employeel at
League acres Hud, 2 commercial men do not sell goods in
acrts president of Rollins the standards filled with immense ragged T. H Keating,
bearing ColI"ge'inter Jail as cook, and It WIIH while thus
orange grove Balance Palatka. If will lake n seal in the
good you Ith -
Park while chrysanthemums. Swaying; Plaintiff 4vi
Someone of these employed
gentlemen that nnd Davidson
Irish) Kelly made
1 land '
potato as there Is In Hotel offices
loridi Saratoga
or Arlington any Ihe blooms evanescent -elltloo
will stately were
be In
Pilalkn: to but the verbal
night, committee arrangemonls with her She
11 miles city. P. J. BHK: has was evening in the wcttc you may see time"boys" clouds of while mallne formed Into L. C. Stephens T. J. Roff i for
information whichone to -
lG2Lif.FOR. no : to go to High Springs for and I
immev
Baseball ___ _____.._ ___ It will beKm pistols writing out their s orders. great filmy bows. Long white satin era, B. T. Solana, M. Bo- Writ of
They have been doing business nnd outlined the bridal path. hall and C. C. Alvers,I MandamusThe .
.the will streamers non
S.\LE-\Ice: :' 5 meeting be one 01 f Inter The following Is the copy of :a i note
modern Improvements; Granolithic loom collage side, csl, :md in :a i cause 111:it all should have s""llo her, hut which .ch Icy fust m de lots This 0111."knocker", that "some of To the strains, of dulcet music the procession as members of the Board! ; "

\\'nlkllol) 50 x 2UU) worth S1.SOO to close :, very' close to them' -the duration of, live-red to the sheriff \\ltb It \\liS a the merchants says nothing. came dan lie broad stairway of County Commissioners\
Pennant quick for ",2511) cash. I'. J. UPCKH. our bo\s :md girls check draw on the I High I Spiiugs>1 i lii,mm Ic. ." say they arc doing from the upper( library lo the draw'ing; of Putnam County, Tlorlda. '
19( .22.If.TOR. i Come out let, us give these distinguished '1 he note said: room. 1'1..1 swims time officiating clergyman Defendants. 5,
There Is also truth in that
speakers a full bouse 'Be shurc and get a frame with Ila'm- statement under Hey Dr Frank W. n"edn&lor To the Honorable J. T. Wills, Judge of
but In order its complete
to get at of the Hast Liberty Presbyterian church
RENT: the small sl/c you can get, and about fiveor the Circuit Court of Putnam County -
-Six room house, IlIch..l.InJr standing, you will be obliged to substitute then Mr. Grange with his best mnn, hIs
she's | bath room furnished!. six blades: or saws. lou must get the word "storekeeper" for "mcr lorida ..
But got Apply to I II.) brother W. D. Grange of Philadelphia; .
VV Huff, 329 1 Dodge street III 22 If. them as fine as you can cut; and be chant." The petition of T. II. Keating: (; respectfully '
then the maid of honor, Miss Mary 13igclow '
careful anyone, wants lo know represents and shows unto your
your There is difference between
n"slorekeeper"
a Schullz followed by the bride and
THAT name tell them something but nol the Honor follows: 'u
FOR S.\LE-c"; .
them allSkinned : ; 8 room Residence'. fit and a "merchant. her father
modern improvements lot too 150 your write Olle. If >ou ha\e got a frIend( in \\'bite the former is silting on the hand 1st. That your petitioner Is a registered ,
x Mr. Mellon Ills daughter's
mouth Jack o\'lIIe get them to the tilings gave voter and tax of Putnam Coun.
gel payer
one of the best bonus or III the back cud of ihe store
in the counter
cilWorth \ In marriage.>hc wore time conventional
ts for you. :Now; when you, go to J,K,ksonillc ty FlorIda, and wns one of the signersof
the the latter Is "hust
$3,000 to close fur a "chewing ,
quick rug fashioned
$2,500 wedding dress of white satin,
DAI) \ take this check to Mr. Charles Bennett the written application hereinafter referred _
cash. P. J. Bfl'K.4. !ling for business. And ho gels it.
10 22-If SURE on princess lines and built with court
a whisky house onVesl Bay street' lie lakes In the and to, and which was presented to
SIGH -any one can tell you where he 1 Is- I a spnco lIewspnler train. The toilette was trimmed with the Board of Counly Commissioners of

in theWorld's ofDisordered and, tell, him to cash It for >'ou-that sends It In a message Issue.' to He the uses every legitimate rose point lace. A long tulle \eil elendello ,.- Putnam County lorida, at n meeting -
TASTE Mr DavIdson of every Iho hem of the train. The held said Board than 7th day of
High Springs gave It I to the ," of his by on
) means to get 'anlnge.
h bridal bouquet was of white orchids and
,
.
YOu Hurry back and be carefulL"On October A. D. 1909.
and before the .
A Fire LossMay Liver Thursday last sho appeared at the goods hustles, ..-and prices keeps people.He at It I valley lillics. The bride wore the gift 2nd. That the said L. C. Stephens, I
everlastingly of the diamond necklace.The .
Jail with n hack saw concealed In her Not so with .tho "store keeper. He bridegroom a T. J. Rogers B. T. Solana, M. Bobannon .
apron, but instead 1 of getting It to these Is a "has beets" though he is the bust honor mnld was attired In a frockof and: C. C. Alvers arc members of and
Championshipfor desperate men it was taken from her and { delicate pink satin and chiffon lace constitute the Board of County Commissioners '
} b l fact that others havelong
one 10 rccognl/c a
( \ hnt
pip\entetl >jinsuiing she trimmed Her pink salln W08 trimmed -
found
herself in jail charged with an been about., of Putnam County 1lorida.
U U talking;
with Ions pink plumes. Mm carried
attempt to old in tho escape of prisoners. 3rd. That on the 7th day of October
I 'Ihe saloons of Palalka closed
were
making \ joui\ j roji'itj>\ '1'he haw is a clover! device and Is a Oct. 1st, 1W) the Incident caused no Mrs.loner Mellon stemmed mother pink oflhe roses.brIde who t"( D., 1)1I'I.lhere) stat duly presented to _
loot common to machine ahol'slth Board of County Commissioners of
in one of our old I it could the birs In suffering. received with the bridal party at the Putnam Florida
one saw through jail : \\itliin a few weeks followed County, at a rogul:ir
Hats-- short order. Had not the plot been dis the very InVahl street II large reception Immediately followIng, meeting of said Board a written application .-
KeliaUeCompnuii" money panic wore a gown of while satin and <:chiffon
: co\'erellhe.e would undoubtedly h for election said
men asking an in
would be hardly fair lo charge this embroidered.. : county .
A reception for 41)0 guestswas
hi\c: made their lo decide whether the sale of intoxicating I
escape -
'lo the closing of the Palalka
panic sm'loons :
.
given nt 4 3D o'clockCovers
Sheriff Kenncrly has redoubled<1 his though It has been done. : liquors wines or beer should bo pro-
wore laid for It I guests at timebride's
igilance But the panic did affect the business The hibited therein; that said application
table in the dining room
i was duly signed by petitioner amid, 7
Interests of the country, and none more I centerpiece a brilliant mound of orchids your
With The Goods.
Caught lo-wil eleven hundred. other rl'glslered0Ier8
Stetson"The : limn the timber nnd naval stores Inter I of all colors. Broadly fronded clbodium -
\hllc the Cbts" which form tho lending I Indus. of said county.
government surveyors engaged ferns adorned Ihe buffet and
IllleifllCWBri Y I K r & ) \in making the preliminary survey Irks of this county and stale china ledges. and 4th.considered That the said said Board examined the ,.
for the proposed government canut The demand for lumber fell to almost A special round tahtwrwas placed In application on
7lh nnd Slh of A. D
TO-DAY. and of bit the days October 1'10'1.
nothing' spirits turpentine
across the peninsula of FlorIda \\eiepreparing the library for the 11 children who were
lowest market III the of and after striking lime names of all persons -
history
to move camp from Rodman prIce guests Covers were laid for Herman,
Real INtitiand: \'t'i ''I 1 i< < i i c. tit .ilmostM to Orange Springs( recently, they cmploved the Industry Banning amid Jack W. Orange, of Philadelphia who were not registered voters. of
Hat with said nnd all those who
Lost summer the big mills of the \\ 11son County requestedthat
Tom Lane, a driver for the turpentine children of the bridegroom'sbrother
d 1 1\ .mil till bllh'l
Il I Ill'i' d I i their names bo withdrawn from said _
Imui.inee Cypress Company in this city run
: camp, to move their belongingsto \V D Ornngc; Sarah Cordelia
and after such
the latter place. During Ibis removal on a six hour day. The companycoumltiui't and Richard KIIIII'I"lIon, Rachel Lari application striking othernames -
( a Reputation." Opp. Couit Home, XoiVIorrowTHE one of the engineer missed a suit case sell, nny lumber mer, Mitthcw Taylor and Margaret Mel- ns in the judgment of said Board

containing money and outer valuable The big f iclory of Ibo Selden Cypress Ion; bomas A. jr., Eli/abelli NV'. and improperly appeared on said application
'Plume I'-'S: f i GENUINE h.. the RED Z on I personal belongings, and no trace of the Door Co. reduced Its force one-half. Edward Purcelll\lelion. jr. the said Board adjourned and met on the -
IhH front al each package and the I missing articles could be found The Squires saw mill was not built Other guests were scaled nt small tables 13th day of October A. D. 1909, for (be
signature' and ami ot.J. H. ZEILIN To.day Ihe- purpose of further considering!&; said application -
riori.l.i. The fin reported to the In Ibe
Palatk.i & CO, on the ('Ida, In RED. matter was :illj large marque adjoining; the wide nnd then
sheriff's office and Deputy Sheriff Pete \llson Cypress mills arc running full inclosed vernnda. The pavilion was arbitrarily rejected
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.r lime nnd selling all the lumber they said application for said election without
: I Higan: was detailed to look for the ase canopied in Southern smilax and lighted
: thief and the goods can make by pink flower-capped' shades The table givIng any reason therefor and they in .

:Now'; if there.Is a negro crook III the The Sullen Cypress Door Co. has decorations were small baskets filled utter disregard of their duties and the
--- -. --- ----- added a veneering >lant, employs more rights of the registered \olcrs of said ': .
-- whom doesn't and | with
--- county IIngall: know clusters of pink roses caught with
w hose haunts and associates arc not to than, double the number of men amid Is pink satin ribbons and malinc county, w-ho h"d"slll'nl'd said application ,

(CY.L4L i him an open book then, It is becausethe calling for more1 American Beauty roses were used In refused lo call the said election as required -
The 1 mill full, by law although there remained
crook Is a new one :Mr I Higan: ilghmnn shingle runs the smoking room..
idn't been on the case long beforo he lime and with a full I forcu 'Ihc splendid collection of wedding; on said application to.vi-it 813 names

burned that Tom I.nne of Rodman had The Siiulres saw mill Is running full Rlfls I occupied rooms lime second floor. who; vveru registered voters of said County

: -- In'en seen in the city with nil extra supply time, and/ employs many men The array of silver was magnificent and and who had signed mid. application
: of money Ibis was his tip. Cio- A do/en dwelling; houses have, or arc all the pieces and chests of flat silver vv hitch Mas more than one fourth of the

ing to Lane's house he found some of nboullo be, erected here Is an urgent wore hand.chased, In the same exquisite registered voters of said County, the total
Schloss Bros.Company the missing articles '1'hen he went inlo demand for carpenters design. Tho parents of the bride gave number thereof being, to wit 2766.

I the woods after Lane, brought him 'Ihe new I'uln"'n" counlv court house two great trunks of silver) the plalcs nnd 5th. Thai no election hits been held 1

Uncle and, while be at first denied, nny was stalled this week Iho contractor candle sticks were from Mr. and Mrs In Putnam County Florida, within time
I knowledge of the stolen case he madea wnnls I labor. \v. L. Mellon nnd other silver dishes last two years, nor since Iho 30th day- of ,

clean breast of it w hen tulle,, to his The peat manuf iclury need I iborcrs.:, from !Mr and Mrs. Richard Ucnlly Mellon September A. D., 1'107.10 decide w holh
house. and show n portion of the goods Men are needed on the big bridge< now er the sale of Intoxicating liquors wi a,'" .

1 LIllie then produced nil the stolen artiel III course of construetion over the M Mrs. Sa"uelI\IcKce. of the Kcnmawr or beer shall blll prohibited therein.6lh. .
Johns river nlI'nlalkll. amid all over lime That your petitioner amid the .
es Including the Mill. case, e-xcept the presented the bride with a marvelous I
money county conies the call (for orkmen. and almost priceless shiiw 1,oven. of ronl signers of said application for said election

Justice :Marshal sent, I.nne 'to the chain Plenty of work nt good wages can camel's bnir. In mi Intricate design. nre entirely llhoul remedy In the

gang for 60 diys spell but one Ihlng-I'IUoI'EHII: I VIf Andrew. Melton's gift vvns it necklace premises unless It be afforded by later
A.B. I you are a business" mm: In l'alOlln: : of diamonds and llie. pendant was a position of this Honorable Court through
nnd arc not gelling your share of the cluster of diamonds framing a rare and a wrIt of mandamus.
POMONA NEWS. business; there's another r"ason-It Isn't large ruby. Therefore your petitioner prays thul a

the absence of the saloon. 'Ihelloarlli. I club of Philadelphia! of writ of mandamus be Issued. bo re'inagnlnsl

Pleasant vlsisors our town recently! The saloon doesn't create business. which Ihc bridegroom; is a member sent the said l I.. C. Stephens' T. J.

Kirschbaum were Mr. and Mrs Arthur Keovvn, wbb The factories the builders nnd the em- a fine silver lea service, and Mr. nnd Rogers It. T folium M. Uohanuon and .
ale on their wedding trip of about three ployers of 1 labor: do that And they hnve Mrs. Grange gave a great clock with C. C. Alters ns members of the Hoard Y Yof

weeks In the slate \\'hllu here they been doing It. both cstnilnslur. nnd hlttingdcn Countv Commissioners of I>ulnam s,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A 1'. J. enrnslde: of the Peiinisklo Clolh chimes Mr. and Sirs Reuben Miller, County, Florida commanding them lo -

Know lion. log Co., w hen lI ked how his business Jr.. gave a desk of old mlihollallY.Ir. forthwith meet nnd call nn election to -
Company this season compared with last, said: and Mrs Crrnnge loft list: evening; bo held,' within sixty days from the 7th
Mr. and !Sirs.V.. Middle-ton: and "During September we were In tern for an extended honeymoon antI "at day of October A. D 1<))09 for the purpose -
LewIs of Hortense Ga, arrivedIn nnd had small of deciding sthet'hcr. th'o
Joseph porary iiuurters a very home" cards have not yet been sent out. sale of Intoxicating '
town Thursday for a few weeks' visit and Incomplete Mock, hut our sales Among; the out.of town guests were: liquors wines or beer shall
with relatives here and at Lake Coma amouled I to $MIIII more than for Seplem Mr and i'll'S.Y.. D Grange and familyof be prohibited In Putnam County lorl.

Designers for Stoves and Ranges Mr. and Mrs Louis Allen of Orlando her the year before During October Philadelphia: Mr nnd Mrs. C. A. Porter da, as In such cases Is made and provided

Dixie have taken l possession of the Dr Lenoardr..id"nce and up to the present lime, In the new Jr., Mr. and !Mrs. John K. Mrubing> by law, and that such other and r

\ l lu'st of gouth- for a couple of months, during More, our business shows an increase of Rebind Atlemus Mr. and Mrs. f{. John further orders may be made In the premIses -
Men of are good Stove. Thny are mndi- of thu gra in which time Mr. Allen will have charge 35 per cent over Ihe same period last Hughes, nlso of the (Quaker City; Mr. nn to the court shall seem Just and -

iron by skilled labor, onlv, mUlti nro guaranteed of the Cook packing house They are year. The I business outlook in Pnlitka. and Mrs. herman Kampmnnit of(: San An proper. ,
evil gray for the coming Is the brightest In J. E.
MARSHALL
rejoicing over the arrival of a voting son year lonlo 'i'ex.i i Miss Beatrice Barclay and
TasteWith -- every particular. and Heating Stoves, Oil Friday last many years." Miss killabelh Bonbrlghtof New York BAHKH, OPOM &. UHOWDKR.
\Vr curry a Inigi* lino of Cooking values at L. M Lamest of Iho Tamest 1 Ccimpany and Mrs. 1' H. Gnlloney Ardmore, Attorneys for Petitioner.
obtain no bettor risk and !Mrs !M Ames made -
will Ouo a said: '
that Pa. Slate of Florida
and can assuro you you line _ _ I
to give you in this trip to DcLand last. week where they "Our business lint shown n steady in County of Duval.I (
the ft any place tlmn we are in a position article that we sell have purchased a new home. Mr. I lit crease from thu start. Time business was INTERLACHEN ITEMS. I Personally appeared, before T. II. ,

KemembiT that \vi' guarantw pvery not found to biso > will move his family there Ihls"el,, smarted In l')06') ) timid run a year before I lie- "--- ; Keating, who being first duly me .

? to be us VM> ri>|)r 4i>nt it to von and if it is and Pomona Is greatly regretting their closing of the saloons. The business for Wallace Berry son-In.law of M. V. says that he U the relater III the forego sworn j'

money will i I I be chci'ifiilly I rufundiulJ. departure Ihe first year with closed saloons showed Millird, whowllb his wife went lo Buffalo ing petition, that he had charge of and

Clothingbacked 9 your Jr. Mrs. \\". H. \Voodwel! and daughter an increase of 2S per cent, and ,_ N. Y., sometime ago hams been assisted in getting: up the application for '
trained from this scar's Increase will show another obliged to give his work in the Y. an election
H. Yelverton Miss 1 E\'n. with a nurse up above mentioned; thut he li
New York arrived Thursday of lust 25 per cent Increase on top of that.o ,,1\1. C. A. nnd go to a sanitarium In the well acquainted with the proceedings of .
House Furnisher friends glad I la \\ lint e just seemed" an additional storeroom Adirondacks.The Iho County Commissioner -
by Complete week and their m:my mire of Putnam .
P.tlntkn Fin. anil" will put In a new 1'liotu Kin.( have them homo nlnln.'e are pleased. entertainment given by Ihe gIrls County lorida. In their consideration
'.'4 Lemon nnd Illh StH to find MissVoodwell, able to sit up', \ e have also decided, doublu our cap of the J"nny'r..." Club was vry pleas- of said application and that the facts stated .
ilnl Block This stock is being Inkcn
a and her condition somewhat Improved. by I These in the foregoing petition
Guarantee. Pal ilka business men. '1'hey business 111I1l.; young misses, none over 14 the best of Ills are true in
years dressed in gnndmothcr costumes knowledge Information
prospects for Palatka are as bright as one "lea f\'alure.ot and belief. THOMAS. H.
KEUKA ITEMS. 'could wish" gave a party and other KIiIA'1'1N.r.
the program were well done. Sworn to and subscribed t be fore mu
II. lelverlon the housefurnlsh-
J. Jr.| ,
I !Miss Alma DoTllla has accepted this 19th day of October, A. D, 140').
er, siys: his business has shown a steady a position
J. S. LePlls of Jacksonville was among advance In the high school at Trenton ISolarl"lslnlJ. 1':. li NULL,
salesmen In town this \\ eek. Notary Public
our And It. C. I low-ell, who .this summer Alucha county. State of
Mrs. :McMurtry McMeckln! : and, her opened n house furnishing store In I FlorIda. at Large. i '
up
I'vcrlst DcTllla guis'ehls In this My commission
j if friend, Mrs. :Norris; 'of Baltimore w'roIn the theater block has been doing lots of place quite a parents expires March 21, 1911
surprlsc-comln down
Homes *for Everybody town lust week looking at property business every day. from Jacksonville lo spend times!; between drawn Mr. Keating'document.: petition Is not n carefully .

In view of buying. But vv lint's the use Any man vv illi trains. Mr. DuTilla U with the
It
Ignores
several
his shut thu business Important| facts
can see Improved one
eyes
Buffalo Bill
and
school show hadn't been
: Dr. Kelly Aluchun county superintendent conditions In I'alnlkn.An,1 home of which Is that the petition was originally u.
In
and tw o sons of GaInesvIlle years. .
inks duo presented on the 9lh ... .
thero I. no th: the day of ..1'
J paid us a pleasant call Monday, en route "knocker" for them, cither Joe Lcllli was registered at tho Lake I tember, Instead of the 7th day of Oct.
built to your order to Pnlatka in their touring car. View, w bile here selling our merchant ober. He also slates that the iwtitlon '

Dwellings Miss Lllll:in O'l Liver spent a couple of : \till Known Hotel Ke.:|i.,r t''CIt I goods. wan signed by the petitioner and "eleven 5

days Inst week with her friend, Mrs. J J. anil KOOHIImentis i.liambur- Henry -Strum of Palatka look. hundred other registered, voters of said / ,
the wns out "
Fearnside And sold on M. Kelly Hollisler.. id Ii'S C.'l Ic, Cholera uiul! lag after his grove, across, Lake Chlpco.Mrs. county this list, all and thai who"aft -r striking from

W. B r. Leeds and daughter Hlurrhotlu elll""I.r. person were not re'gU -
!Mrs. S. J. Tow nsond toned, etc.
returned!
Plan. Miss Ella of Lexington, Va, nre visiting "1 tnke. plenmirR Innnxlnir\ lust. Ihug. Tuesday If the -
from Grove Park eleven hundred
after almost
Payment Mrs. Leech's sister, Mrs. Jnnclle RumS ., kept hniiibt; ,-rlHln'n Cello there a months ed," how could were "register!
Easy stay they bo
,, truck off fur
Icy Cholern and Illnirhudu.) Ht-iin-cly" In the .m
Clothing at A jolly party of young people canto inv family. ", .-,,11,111" clipRC for nhoui' Messrs Erwin of Palalka and Hill ol teredZ"reason that they were not "regH- ., .
and see me fifteen nnd have nlwnv ha.t (;GainesvIlle were registered at the 1
come years Jen
If want one, out from Palalka to the Haver home Mr. Keating I II also careless his)
Iliiuve stmo-
you ntlHfnolory results< from" ItHI" kins hostelry. l
Isn't bad all
Build- !;undllyevenlna- so after men that the commissioner
office, No. 1, Canova to miss the train Is It, IIlss'nldl? ndmlnlHtcri-il. to nvrpnt manytraveling I). M. Corthell and S. M. Cohere were rejected" the petition"without"arbitrarily .,

: once, at my nion who were stutTering visitors lo Pnlaiku Wednesday, drivIng any reason therefor." giving '_ _
to 8. from trouble. fur which It In rceoininandid. -
: CO. Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 Notice.All and hnvr never felled to relifvw lii. so as to assure return Ihe same Thefact of the matter I I. that the board _

ing. Office "persons are nolifed that Pas Book thiriii," says J. C. .Icnklna, of day-hot In PaHika.trusting themselves to a night able pent one entire (forenoon listening to .

Ii '. Phis r,'''''-'''' u for argument for and against eb., Otlt.
:No.; 1607 Issued by the Cast lorida SavIngs Ilanitow\: ) Ion, and then. refused 1I _
:.' ) F. J. Cunningham. Be Trust Co. has been lost. nl" by AekiTmnii. Si.' .wnrt Drug Co Soothes. Ircblng- akin, heals cut ed to them and a lur .It for what appear ;;>. ,
== 1022l B. C. GRE E:1f.: or boras without K sour. Cure majority 'of
people of Putnam
pllm,
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FOR SAl K Good horse and wagon. county to be a '
ootIJ
eca .in.., salt, rheum !
"IF IT COMES FROM FEARN.smE's FOR SALE-Cheap A good side *
reason will be ,q.
1 FIn.y laid
IT'S GUARANTEED." f/ board. Apply It this elf Ice. Montmollln, Palatku ? laU. U. Judge WU1, next lwondaf. before s l


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THE PALATKA NEWS "1 found more cases of peonage In Christian

Minnesota la four day by my own

: efforts than J did in all investigation I \V. could send no
and Advertiser. my
In the South with the aid of the week the first lime REASON WHY V. A.
Entered at the Pnlatka postofflco ftuiailuble department In several months. THE f. Iierryday o.
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mutter of the second claga. of justice which offered every ansislanco spent In Lakeland at ,
while I was making inqu ,ics In president qunlntancc
I the Southern States." So declares John were passed l in wide Dealers III L''
Published at Palatka Florida, on and the mile
Fridays byRUSSELL.il Clifton Elder representative of the Congressional to and from twenty our old 11 J

\ VICKERS. Immigration committee who I lure we ..".... '. 'inot "Material
now Is on the Pacific coast inquiring'; Into Citizenship Supt. Crate
i
t Wn.A. RUSSELL. editor : labor and Immigration conditions around throughout ;
lima passed from Oct.
-I there. Ills statement seems sufficient 1 Florida Is n beautiful of all Kinds.

CHIEF BENEFICIARIESOF to put n sudden slop to "peonage" talk pleasant to meet old !

IMPROVED ROADS. in regard to the South Snxnnunh Morning Program plans ore

It Is becoming; a trifle llresomo that allioso News. and for it Orlando has very : IS THE BEST STRENGTHENING TONICfor Fruit and

hnrd loatls tnlklcsts tie farmer li I
IiIIJiIlIiII\Ili'ImWi&all1IZIIOIJiI:! :: : :!: ;:\! : : ; Eutitls entertains Feeble Old Delicate Children Weak:, Run-down i
continually held up as Iho I'rlnclpalhl'neHeinry. dale being altered to People

The farmer In a mere t Incldeul. 8 What State Editors are suit local workers Persons and to Counteract Chronic Coughs, Colds and
These 1 Inlks should be addressed The first of four world-famed I Vegetable"Wraps. ;
more to city people, unless It cnn be full, convenes nl Bronchitis,Is because it crmbines the two most ;

shown that the farmer Is acquiring; the Saying. \"e are glad that tonics-the medicinal, strengthening, body-building, elements

automobile hnblt.-Pulatka News. IaXilia:<<'iJDtiM: : : ; &. ;.Ii not have its wet oTTod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron, without oil or greasertastes I
No one may question the fact that the that Clay county

Introduction of automobiles has given a Slat Geological Work- victorious. Orlando good, and agrees with every one. .
wonderful Impetus to (the construction one entire session to I.
roads. Hut to "the II For the purpose of n'lIpplnlr'oul the This U without question if Vinol
i of good say that artesian flows beneath the surface of SI. being We return your money
fnrmer Is a mere Incident" with respect II. In West Palm Beach does all claim for it.
State Geologist E. not accomplish wo
Johns
County Palatka Florida.
la their economic value is altogether\ 1 social. Games were :
Scllards will beat work in the county ,
logical i several was a guessing Drug Co. Palatka.
wllh his assistants for days. Ackerman-Stewart ,
The farmer Is necessarily the "prlncl The prize was a pearl
In the
Sellards
:Mr. yesterday city
pnl beneficiary" of good country roads spent last lie the booby prize-" LB
but left for Jacksonville night. w m J
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although/, In the past the truth has nol will probably return today to lake up season"-being a
home to him with sufficient Kcccnt of
alien come copies
with the
the active work In connection
force to arouse him to action in order to World have made ,

secure them. Of course it Is a great carrying The investigation out of the survey.and mapping out of In Plorldn In both C. The Skirmish. Digested Jokea. .-' +===-==+::::::::::;:-==----=+ -=::.

1 pleasure machine to over drive a smooth In n swiftly hard road moving bu) the artesian streams. that flow beneathKlorlda's noted L'nlons our Union ; ''''' were ?nj"ylng the fun of Tbe Duke of Cumberland onco Bald 1'1\1'1:1.' \ ::I : : .am: : :: :PYiarxxiacy: ;= -: I
soil Is one of the most Important old fiddler piny- the tearless siitlrlnl
Samuel Foote
belllnie,1 Bering un to
pleasure cannot / as Iho chic taken ber: edition of that ,I PALATKA FLORIDA ''I'If
end of life and the really greatnlue 01 matters! that have been up by book. atlvet, solute of them went and versatile actor, "Well here I nm,

good roads Is the saving of time und office the gcologisl'sinco few the creation The investigation of the Probably our friends Ulin. and one, liumllnK him two- ready, tin usual to BWallow nil jour f Drugs; Chemicals Druqglst Sundries ana:':

uearnnd tear of Block and vehicles employed Is a of much years Importance ago. as It seeks to the storm severely. < 1 him to piny' thu "hut\ I I" good thing." to which Kuote roilk| Patents.

by farmers in moving their produce .. definitely, map out the direction and Juniors there were' t Bridge." "Upon tny soul your, ,royal hlJ.hue"K I PRESORIPTIONS OAftSfULLY ;
to railway stations for distant transportation course followed by the subterranean hIll dues to Treasurer fiddler tools the money and must bnI' most excellent or to neighboring cities for Several boys in !/ mast GARDEN SEED Aaonu. Mallory
streams ns well as their force and other uwny the sumo its before. for I never lieiir Hint you bring now tilt| StoO..oblp Liner !
1 purposes of trade. verted during the I = S;: ESSS5-+<: ..d'S.; .-"=:" +- '
characteristics The artesian flows nre getting tired of this, the nitnln."-KrouiVltn, Heniit: nnd r.i-nu- er;;:;.
It to he active members I
Surely, requires no aigumcnt in
prove so self.evident a proposition of much value to many sections as the dime society of nfniu went ore 10 the tid ties of lie( Joornlim Urn:: l by John -

Same months ago The Journal printed wells nnd supply St. Augustine water for and Irrigation purposes others' lender. mild to hunt "III. mnu, thane Fyvle.fj 1 M.I.OVIHDAII.KV, J 'AU1BIHIU. ,
statistics showing on Immense annual < these many Tampa had a fine of Stilling Hrldgr. Prenldent. Peru
cities Ire supplied frqm streams. and Tiwu.
saving to farmers located near good The national geological survey has In September I at uo" replied" the old fiddler; LCCCCG LCCCCCCgL'AJJ7J.Lr ; ,."
roads In comparison with those com1'"lIl.d co-operated w llh Mr./Bollards quite ex- Intcndent of Quiet : Hklriulab before the battle" nn I.' ,, ."". The G. Loper Bailey Co
to hud their crops over unimproved reached Legion work made a .':\
tenstvch in this work He has Hirapi) "
fj Let know pj
That much of the us
highways. : Grace yourGrocery .
1 \ tvJ
this section of the stile and w ill devote : Fire
improvement in roads Is due to the little time to Ihe investigation of n I / :: Insurance:
efforts of automoblllsts and others who some the flows( that supply the wells In use in Try This In WORDS '.'" ,
reside for the most part in cities is un | :jj jju :! !: ?: '::it' "
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should this section. If the weather is calm __ : : .... lending American and
but bins ;
doubledly true, no people enough he will probably visit the large Thousands upon Foreign
devoutly gnileful/ for the Improve Pnlntkn Household Will n
Hies who have not
off Annslnsla few
out at a
sea
spring
fluent! as those engaged In' agriculture.Tensacoll .- miles below the inlet. Mr. Sellards is era of Quaker Oats Find Them' ho. u n Companies

Journal. deeply Interested In his work and his\ first of November the pains and itcheft of a a Wants R rt t
While the /News; Is prepared to admit researches have already proven very Oats once or twice ek removed; to bo entirely/ u n Accident Insurance:

lint the farmer will benefit greatly by valuable to the stale. liesides the study annoying, dangerous| uri n
the construction of good roads, It Is also of the subterranean waters he is also days of this ; ordel's l in enough to make j and we will be pleased to n The Travelers] of Hartford
preparing to thoroughly"' Investigate thephosphate good health and sufferer grntoful. To PI furnish with the beet tV; .", ...
nS _
you "
ccrliln that he nil! flay his full shire: for will v
vigor mean
1'10rldll.I. Au.
ck posits of : I. this (trout chunks, can be
that bend The chief agitators area gust inc Record. month In the year about will prove, comforting goods obtainable at surprisingly n Life Insurance:

1,- the city people, and they arc doing a the same thine; hundreds of Falatka. read fi low prices. n EASY AND SAFE TO USE *
Exchange to Charge 12J Cent*- Try it! Serve ; i The Old Reliable Jermaniii(
genii work, even though their motive Is
fully and frequently n None but First-class u INEXPENSIVE.'
goods
: L. Warren, of Htarke, Fla.,
\V. K I lealhcolc attended the
I larely selfl.h."e would simply haM meetingof days of November "
the directors of the Citrus Exchange;; some time I was. a vic u find shelf room here. We Life" of New York
them their for desiring responding amount
stale true
reason ,
kidney trouble. The kidney
those roads, indent of insisting that it I Is at Tampa by the vestcrday.directors Indicate The :reports that the received vigor foods.and Yoo'lget strength\ were too frequent] In pus- r u:: want to convince you of this, uu llaJJ$ LICE

the welfare of the farmer which ) lng ma great\ nnnoyuiice and for Marine Insurance
moves exchange will handle over one-half of In thirty days of so come see yourself, u :
suffered from
them. The News is quite willing to ill Ihe entire crop ol established the si' ite. at Branch ca I lag. and dull constantly pains through or, phono your order in ton u ::1! fill llSTOC!{.
exchanges nre being The
submit Its case without further argument many While you are Leading Companies|>
I could not rest well
p points, and interest is growing very rap' the children get a n..y No. 84 and it will receive uT
idly. The 1 directors decided to assess n the morning arose feeling : :i.USKFSCTS.CLEANSES..
j The best food worn out. My back be prompt and careful atte'ii u 11 Claims
} a
Ex-Senator Prank.Ydams reformed
rile of l-Ji cents a box on every box Oats Is also packed Promptly
lame and I often found It !
politician, will become associated with handled hv tile exchange to cover the Bunted tins for hot \ -_ tiou. u:
cost of selling. As tins is the first year ; to g"t around. I lit length' 5 4 PURIFIES.: Settled.
13Ion II. Barnett in the. management otho lellnltely. loan's
mid
Kidney Pills Freo
and it Is impossible to estimate exactly delivery |
Barnett National Bank of Jackson. >hat the actual cost of handling the Tribute to a a box. Milieu using them j It hat) to many use* that It Is Office 1111 Front St. P-iUtlm, i'uiri.la
vlllc the first of the coming fruit will be, the directors fixed this free trolll bnckaeliPH and
vcar. I necessity on i every firm.
price, believing that it will be really A high tribute lo ... and lameiies has dianp- L. C. StephensGrocer
John O LaFonllsce The Hniioyancn from the '
higher than is necessary. I In nil probability
Hon. S. J. Hilburn of I'.ihlkn, an 10 cents n box will cover it, and, if who, with Asa L. socretlons hits nlxo censed CURES MANGESCAB, 4'III'rE'qream '
uounces that he will not be n candidatefor so, at Ihe close of the Sl'OIoOI1. they will the Government's ,, I \ able to sleep. well Dunn's RINGWORM SCRATCHES

congress. The Telegraph regardsMr. refund all money over the actual cot.I. .- of the naval stores Pills lieueflttecl me wonder rn VermifugeREMEDY

Hilburn as one of the very best menIn Petersburg Independent. ester was paid in charge by (U.of S. fact kidney I can remedy. say that I have they ever are Kirby ana Morris Streets: r: j Destroys All Diseasa Germs

Florida Iolltlcnllilc and we hive not A State Convention Probable Called States Forest
Palatka Florida. F I DSIVC3: AWAY FOCI ,--p( THE GUARANTEED
doubt that high honors await him.- speech at the annual I
Sentiment seems to be increasing In by all dealers. Pi'loo CO coats. r.
Bradford County Telegraph. favor of calling n democratic slate con- pentine operators' 'e."I''I' 1TOB eta BT '
cnlion to decide "where w c are at" regarding soit ills on \ ) Co., Buffalo Now York anana nnarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrcEuropean 1 WORM
ester Kellogg said: ---- I
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the Issues of the limes. The AckermanStewartDrug
for the United States.
The November number of the Nation Another step <
party has been "at sea" lung enoughand Restaurant
h Monthly, the democratic miga/im: it is high lime a state convention knowledge of the tbe nama-Uoan'a--and Co. :
taken when at .
,
published b>' :Norman I K.;; !Mack, chair gave expression to the sentiment the was Taliaferro the other. ,
of the national democratic executive (people. Chairman Price favors Ihe callIng tor tion bill for the Furnished Rooms, ) roil PUEB; BOOKLir }

committee at Buffalo, N. Y., contains an and/ of II Is a probable convention that we a call are will Informed be issued July 1 I. 1908, \provided GREATEST SEWING MACHINE Hot and Cold Baths ...-.. ..........- ,.._-....: a..aa THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE, TONIC.

:admirable sketch of Gov. Albert W. Gil for lite same when the slate com query the into the of'. AtCHAS THI erwase aiNUINC O'm.IMTATION.l-..<0 ONLY ..
production
Christ, written bViIIlam Bloxh.*, millee again convenes.-Gainesville Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
and the sources and Cheapest nccldentInnurnnce... -Dr.
Crawford, editor of the Fcnsacola Evening !>un. dustry. H KUPPERBUSCH'S 'I'lioiiiDB' Kclectrlo: Oil, Stops the "T. LOUIS, MO

News. (It Is The Governors Move- tor"To Taliiferro's carry out the o ME Palatka. Fla pnln mid,'lIlt.|h..11| tho wound. All druggists Mold by Ackarmnn-Mtowni l"rn' '"
mad J 11. llliutflltolJUDGE'S
LaIc advices bring the disheartening !Service detailed to the

lion. S. J. Hilburn of I'jlalka, announces news that Ihe I-vcrglades! are a vast sea l.al'onliseo of / --- -- -- -_ __n__ ___
that he will not be a candidate of water as far as the eye can reach. If I.[ Browcr, a graduate
It develops, tint the large sum of money of the Wx
for congress In Frank Clark's district Forestry NtlltNttrOODNut7I'5t ; P/CTOR6LLRLVIEH UflCfE s
spent in an effort to reclaim these lands U itli /Mr. La t
r
Mr Hilburn Is, In our v lew, the strongest has been spent in vain, It will be the ling qualities "uw w 1 's. pAM 5 ? 1ff fA pARlIS3MS hfNA1r'NA1 AML ILIORARY'

competitor Mr. Clark: could have had greatest and. \ most cosily blunder ever better than were you we .l u plON, ,nr .),\t aAeae eOuR. A/. Maui. tat furl {

It looks now as If Trunk's way back to I made by officials of loridt Already \'Ic"Ve who R
nearly enough money has been spent to with
Washington will not be altogether ns cerely regret >
have built a hard surfaced road from death and both \
stumpy as It at one lime appeared.-Bar. Pensacola to Tampa, and millions of real loss, which we it

low Courier.Informant. dollars more will be requited to carryout stores industry. 1

the hcmc of drainage. "Mr. Lai'ontlsce -
The Telegraph thinks it is high time 4
eled I
through
Putnam advertises every fl
county Us poor
for Governor Gilchrlst make r
to
firm for sale for whit a fathering statistics of 1 a
: : reason is nol
01:11: cd. Probably there< are no poor In thorough Investigation of the drainage nuking a careful I saved 4
scheme, if he has not already done so, forests. The '0
Putnam county for the reason that bait \pine
and If it is found impracticable to abandon
cured and the
is lundy and the itl. Johns river pollywog tlira
the and further "
operations save reached most (TRADB Fras
is easy to hook -Apalachicola give MARK)
of the slate's It
waste money. seems the status
Timev.We present
upon
1
hardly necessary to remind the governor l
had none poor enough to depend that, he was not elected by drainage advocates His H ;: means / A ll free

holly on the county for support and and l thai he told the people he The It I ml Indy hud 1

the pollywog may furnish the solution. would not Invest their money in this hungry hobo u '
enterprise until he became I thorough!)' or Library Slips will be in full for
Hut w c have sold the farm. convinced of \>Ie. "Poor man accepted subscriptions to
of its pinclicnbility and value Rotary I
It is time, Governor for you lo take the tlietlrnlly. "nre you or aMlogto Miu'lilue Tbrud [Chain( Mitch I ,

Robert Ranson l- held of the new peal people into your confidence and lei "No'nn"=" nnnwercd HOME Bowing SEWINQ MACHINE write to COMPANY The Palatka News heMddrrnlj'p av,"

manufacturing plant now being cslablishcd them know shut you know about this ills hunted look from Oran0 IVIaav. ,

in PuhilUn, is authority for the drainage business. If you have determined .- place t' plate by d"r ( machine arc made to lallrecardleiB ol 1te e t or for subscriptions to standard rnas.jine or for Dook.. Catalog sent for :2 I cent stamp.
on the advice of competent engineers I ha New Home It made towour. 'Qtt' a
statement that: there are 12,000 square and chemists that Ihe drainage of "Doctor your tunic cunrantr never rum out
miles of peat producing lowlinds In the Everglades Is feasible and that the of inc." KulborUeil denier only

florida. Ammonia Is one of the chief"Iproducts lands will be north the cost well and ",\ new mini? ran SAL BY Library Slips are, FREE qo G
good, but If are suffering yourself to
you #
of .
peal I and one w hlch has nb Qunnelnlly yoQt
be blindly led by a coterie of politlcIans! C. Howell ; A # Library Slip In _
!hnue
sorted appears each of this Ve
the attention of pent manufacturers w !ho have thriven on "drainage" for the also newspaper. Clip It out and .* It

almost us much as the pent Itu.lf. Ii past several years you will have,, provenn .. Palatka Fla. :5- hold combine II wllh the Library Slips packed with the following house.

Is claimed: to be as good a fertill/er a. great disappointment, to Ihe people products.

Chile saltpeter. The peat I also makes who elected you and you. will no doubt Armou.', '****' Iirond" r Cattneil t'OSMtP..xtrnctThe"nret. Tonic IIPPINfOTTSREYPEWS
hear from them 'later on.At Coughs :'i, '; mll 'all'!' un,m, ,nun ii, inn'mini'! '*' M.n.o. 1'orco. Knru Khik. H-U Onlmeul
butler fuel with the ammonia taken out. all events, it Is time for you-to Ar."ur'ol..d: .",1 Meats
iAlmertca
E ..,: c::n
Uncoil C
Armour nni1 Ten
Other O Slnr' HlktM *
products of speak, Governor You have been
peat, according to now jj Armour Fxtrnctof liccf Cvltlen peg Mttcmroul. N"".fen,
Mr. Ranson, are wood alcohol, creosote In office nearly a year and you Ollll'hlio / Armour,::: :: : gullible; : Hecf geenhetN
know what you arc about.Bradford Made Candy, Armour. Luncheon nest trol lcC"r..tlllo.:: and jujubes .
,,
\'erolllllht and heavy oils, and 1 l para County Tek-gnph./ nnnnerCltlor.de, i : ot. Gina Klli:> Ice' Craft powder
,
fine.( When nil these arc extracted the Cream PJJ Itiiniier Dry Attimuiila Wife'sTe Powder.
My hut
ll.iillier Pressing
result Is coke.Thomas Orange Buyers are Scarceliuyen : Especially night t0 ti iitfttiMlorp: :: Lye 5 Koynl J IUl.lnfertaull\'iMiUh;; \:\)) Moue ankh' Mltine MoatI'oinpelnn
y.
and shippers are few and far I J and Cold Drinks. |:| Ijeunlsky" Acme Peanut, mluJJriiiniu. I'ro-p"y.lnc.tle t l Ma-wun Tooth cream Ilniehesrtitniiin /
between In the today Zhu alt- ture needs a little :: :: : :: Rhrelded:: lode., ,
groves (
]lenelnlr :: glycerin pumice)Soap
I II. Keating, through his ,attorneys tii Slur! !Ihnwlen' "eiT'nT' 1 ,: : ; :: :::
Per nil K rHootirfnir
cash buyer has (got his fill at present the Inflation Agentfoe--- -- '' .., HOHU) '
John E. Mirsliill: of this city prices nnd even small advances are not flammation, = ; Candies. l>unluui i ton gluahltmd$ ..awuut "Hnnny 3 lu Uu Momliiy." UulUU(I.nundry Iiousvltofd Bonn Uses. ) \
wVo
.,"" Burrs & Odom of Jacksonville, has readily forthcoming. Ho does not agree wJ J-A:

applied' to Judge J. T. Wills of the circuit to take the fruit horn Iho tree before of the disease. Save Library

court for a writ of mandamus compellingthe / January own insurance, so the against owner froHl is,carrying and quite his a -give the J A. SMITH, "_ Slips Like Pennies rHr j

board of county commissioners tit chance from early Indications lorida Cherry Pulnlku, Inrtilu, BUSY .\ s. One Full Llbl'co*" SUp equals One Cent. Fractional Library Aa4HMaOptt"

Putnam county to cull n "wet or dry" Fruit and Produce llie",-.. doctor if this is ,, ,Wllll! nIL'JIII' ''::11111'11Im 1I,1IJJ1,1I.1I'I.jr'III, ''! '. .. e Slips equal!, fractions of f one cent Add( fractions' to make Full Library Slip. 100 Full (y

election in this county ultliln 60 days of He knows best. have an exchange value of
Major Fowler was' in Jacksonville IJhI J1-. Commence collecting today/ by cutting out
October 6th, on which lay they claim to Ow Slip la this aJv.r.iem.rt. and lean |how : ba sayed.' /
Two men met on Bay We pU quickly Library Slips. COINSTRUCTIONS > J
have presented a properly signed pelllion. this week and compared notesbothcltiens For .S*?

It will .lie remembered that this of Florida. One of them studied 1 A e and Up-to-Date Brfngyour Library Slips to thisN.wopoper
---- Office Local
petition was denied by the commission law with Abe I incoln and the uncle of lJjers, >- Redemption Ag.ntl, Wrfta plainly In letter, our form
the other Lincoln his first In Furniture and
en for the reason that many of the gave case e.aelyVhat subscription or book you desire.Vz .
As I Iho
these
court. soon as possible are to j
unnies were written by one person and gulled lo the home of the negro who I Ih'ld If you think Furnishing Goods Always Send (C] Cents

were, not the signatures of the parties Jackson's horse while Old I Hickory consequence just ask 'for
low trade VALUABLE
slamp
hose names they purported to be. Avery talked with the ferryman whososervices I will disabuse you of ( very pricesGo ; : : SAVr:: THIS Girl I

large proportion of the made this point a popular rcsor.:-It Is order. "Correct It, to with w_ Christy I
people of I.. Then ask him I
possible ho kepi the ferry becuuso the .y tttAl11dloGth r1- picture
the
tr county have commended the county .loads crossed here but II might be that A mild liver pill all your \1\ tt3: \L,.> catalog and I

board for Us action, and, the News Is ho roads met here because his ferryboat ,Made by the J.o.Ajar S. Mooney Local ...WaaT w"..t4ST.NItW............... ... .. cnltIt1.. nail pock.tMagazine I
r sure the board acted strictly In accord was handy. At any rote Jackson; -Y. I
\\lih Its understanding of the and Iho ferrymnn started Jacksonville rW... II 4VelJ h mi
h\v The between them and so Ihe negro descrv- Hair Puffs Palatka, Florida. Dealer- iw.a TN..uw......... or my ........ ow.T :
petition not SIGNED/; 95C. :5 Tard I
was BY one-fourth --- poy"nt" for Company
of es an Inlroductlon to the other disllnulshcd Tr _fornintlon.. he meya.inea.hooks. .end subscriptions"" to this newspaper; : Bank
the n
registered voters of the = .
county, ; citUons Times-Union poncllnKlr moderate and : S.-Two ClINT s...... POrt CATar.otI AMOWAUPOCKIT5L5"ii"oa 118 Will l 14th* J
und there were other good and valid Embalming. deserve :
FOR SALE-Four In good niiitla up. Quick _....... .... Vz I
reasons for Its denial. It Is best that the and excellent tune.organs Hates reaonablc. repair -- h. "."e rutL UO.A....,au.. ... w.e..a, .. Sheet

whole matter Is la bo settled by Judge i Apply to f. J. Beck 81 G. W ACME HAIR lor nrrno rto.. Best In x0 1 ,"... ONt .,... ? ?yD lea, Turk
_ANY ; ,., UT,7".
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I Crescent Hews Graham E. Houston of this place

: hit .0i article, In the current isSuo
of the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
i -- -- -- World To Day" Ua trend of which PAINTING THEMEETING _
""" l is lo
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Fresh Garden .I.$ .. the vnluo o( "preventive understanding of 1LLAROA LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept 1. 1909 "
Personal medicines'
and Social $ among ______
: non-profcsslonals. His article 1 I. i 10.110.1 I No. 75 No. at
beaded "Let us Stop DAILY I MAN LINE DAILY DAILY
Dying Before IAILY
..,, we HOUSE .
Seed For Fall Planting Mr. nndIrs.! W. C. ,, have to." Every point made by the I 00 l ,,71- ." .' 1 HO PW I 5 ItO am. '
"orton'lslte,1 doctor By LEONARD FRANK ADAMS. '1' 'n II't .m t.i' 41.AuigiIll, At S 05 pm 70& sin '
Polalka on Mondny and has been repeatedly made In the I M. QUAD. S ,. I. ',1, t.. It".II'.IRlk. 1.'I' sun 8 a,. amUI
By
Tuesday. [
be obtained a* Lrjund Medical Journals but Copyright. I53 by Amen an Pram A oclatlon. 'pui i 52 I'' 1.Ir"u"d, ...11 Pil. 2S.m Pullm.n Parlor esra _
call now !Mrs.'Orfler these Journals are .] CCopyrliht, loop!, by An>oolao,1 LIterary pn a dv. .iayiotta 5 st sit Burre
and p.
Mrs. /
Hamilton :: :: : : t : op.te1 so aod 7S b.
Store. '. were not read by the general public and It Four of us, all Americans Pre J : 11 4 I : :i .at:: ? i :i : '
Drug victors to Pnlatka on Monday. Iba. I Is were dla- ,'' ;I": 1'i'; .111".1'' 2 2. te.u jssiciousvtite and Miami. ,
u's% also have the Genuine general public which Dr. Henson log at a cafe la Pans. As the wine The village of nickarlllo coiitiilni-d S .1 I '"',[. .1..' h pr I..'

Imported) Bermuda Onion Miss Annn Erickson of Providence, R. argues should bo made better acquainted flowed we waxed patriotic and sound 800 Inhabitants, uud yet there was ,0 H I ii J' .'w 'I.. .llOOkI.ttKO.' .. .[.Vjl" 4' pro aln Pullman Buffet SI..pe. b.
( I., Is here on a visit with :: :q:: t f : :: :tltUg I..n ZICW York and "ntrb"
lo her titter, Mrs. the great benefits that have ed, doubtless somewhat only one place to worship. In the :5thouruo : 1 05 sin ,
5eed. _ James J.. Ilnrpi-r. been loudly the I 2..0 7 uS Im ''I.v .si-f. 1.ler..Lv I" 28 12 I.m I Key OverUSe Atlantis Coast LIne
secured through preventive medicines praises of the United States of Amer. earlier day* the Methodists Baptist a 4H an, I S it "," t.r.w.. Pnln .a.h Lv., e I. ..n Im north or JeoklovU" .bsodlt"tllIiOan .
cattle are afflicted with The It would and bad clubbed pm A. .. ...1 a am 6 O pm 00 Ira'n.'
McGmdy be Presbyterians together
If your boys have been bring. a great blessing to this ica. In doing so we did not decry any 7 (Jo 1"1 SIlani pit, 8.ocaw.
Salt sickness remember that log In some new whole country U articles other and and as time went on the tbren denominations 5 at) ::-. ::: ::::.IL.,' 'kunueuest::: :::::::: : : hI pmii
cane filled country there .
:: syrup, and they will wns no occasion ) 4'' .ILe. -. I.OnM ... am ,
*e can supply a positive remedy know how to make II right. helpful knowledge of this character, for any one to tnko offense nt our bad agreed so well that it 5th. .,1jArKnIqtit'. ;4 Ar..S.. < ,
.: /. : : ::: :::: ::
Sick Cure could be had been nnide for the --- l"s' .
Mal1l1 s : !Mr. placed: before remarks. no move erection i- .M&:
,iu, and MM. II. B. Race 01( Jackson., the people con. Nevertheless a man sitting 16 ......- .-..I .. "vo"a.. -,
it. slamly and In such nt a of another building. _ _ _ _
Try vllle neighboring table
on notable
quickly. arc expected here chiefly
It cures over Sunday anti entertaining 'Ititaulisya: anti I'burrjdnyf.:Rrrlvolnnt l Key '
; Weal
.> will be the guests of Mr. nnd MM. M. II. manner as this one by Dr. Bensoll.I for a -Dull Of Wrlxwl----- -milutn.htt---------- .rurnnil-. ...- From time Immemorial It him boon 'TuetMlnyn' mid Snttir< .'...opartur t to.n Key We.t.

Rend. '1 be Bank of Crescent City will up from the horizontal lino of Ills lips the privilege of the farmer's dog to .\roiularn, Wfldnewlnyfl .,
Lounds Drug Company, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Crouch hav I Ha doors for business next Monday open, at an angle of forty. ve degrees rose accompany his master to diurcb stud -=- PALATKA BRANCH

leased the :Nov. 1st, nt which and, advancing toward us, stUd grandiloquently take ui> his station on the front steps
Crescent City Fla. Cowles house on sOlllh 'that time It is expected : until time to go home again. The ;."la. KAS'i' l'AI.ATKA To [ Arri if ... IALATKA TO JAn Arrv11
!Main the
street nnd expected out-of-town( directors will be t'atuiiki, '
-. to move I In "Messieurs, since you are HO proud of question as to whether this had made -. IALA'I'KA ; PALATKA P.'aUa'
this week.C. present. In the afternoon, from 2 to 4 '
H. the officers and your country perhaps soino ono of you better dogs of them Is not to be debated Ir .." .....No. 10 Putty ..... a 55 10.0' .... ..No. sot am
FOR SALE. Preston W""I to Palalka Mil stockholders gives a would like to stnml on Its defeimc. In here. It Is sulllclont to sny that ,l n K" .......No. Il 5hdty..... 80 sun. ......No. lot 10 Bill "
week to get| |hts| new launch, for reception, at the new banking office( to order to give you nn opportunity I 1 Si-' .' ......NO, ., IoIiy..0. 50 1 Km ......No. IO 48 am '

purposes. The launch cabin Is not lowing which nil the people of Crescent City pronounce America a barbarous( country on this particular Sabbath day tbnre !I 1, I tm p'it:': ::::::::: : 1O'h tOtS' ):: :':::':':. I x's 50 pIn tim:: 4 : pin pun: :::::::::: : 18 Daily..S:::: :.: us 55 p: s
quite :

Hawkins Estate.. Property- finished.The \and'\ surrounding. Fruit punch section md are other cordially refresh.In. lie.aud laid all n Americans cord on our poltroons.table Louring" were seven wagons dogs Dud occupying that when seven a lightning different .S '1 I'. I"I"n .Nt... 150 sIS lialty..4. .. 8 pm pin. a 70 1 pm pm .No 18 .72 IS pm .

big William -
will rod man's dog came along heWas
grove
Consistiflg0Fine : begin mcnls will be ser'eThe\ new bank I Is the namo of Jules Gamier., \Vo recognized SAN MATEO BRANCH

Residence Property in shipping fruit next week. The general of pressed brick with plate> glass win It at once ns that of one of the looked upon ns nu Intruder and ;utvi'-1o.t ICASY PALAT1fr. 1'0 Arrive San i.eaveSsa SAN MA1'EO TO -S

crop on tills grove Is nliout the slime, moHt celebrated fencers and dnellMts In promptly attacked. Seven dogs pitching '. I 81Mloo / 1AS'1 ArlvX; SS
dow SXiteo .
The vestibule end UI JA'I'XO
with lobby floor ,,._ IALATKA
Block! 9, Crescent City, last year. Europe. One of our pnrl. Tlmlnle, Into ODD must soon confuse things.In .

bearing Orange Grove. James Turner baA been appointed :ire of( tile, and ornamental-particularly: whose equanimity nothing could ,disturb this case after a moment It became ,=, "m !......'IC,. 10"" 1 Km 90 em lo ...... 02.m 5

8110 town marshal lo fill vacancy caused by hat In the vestibule, where the words took up tbo card brought n pair a battle royal and the rnclirt :55.' ,,, ........No.. 107 t.utty..S. pm 4 pm .No, lO Dsl'.....,.. ,'

20 acres, with House Barn, resignation of C. J. Hunter. Mr. Turner "Bank of Crescent City" are Inlaid of pyeglnsHes to bear on It, looked up stopped the sermon and was heard to o.'": ".;'.' No. 61 ;:: 80 .o..u..-No.:-;- 5$
The counter Is of marble and at ?,1. Oarnler anti IlIldmel'lpnl1l : MA BRANCH l
Windmill Packing House filled the orna : the limits of the The ::: ; yon 8r y
office a short time last winter ".\ viage. worship _.ly I'nt DaIly ,': D.llyo _
menIal wood and there is a richness ui'slcu couiprUe Cii' no. 5
The Hastings Place on Union The work of F. diana United ers came out of tbe church to see ;; 2 II In.M ... ,........ .. 7souit 1 8 '
erecting S. Cone' States cIllxciiH Mexicans P 0'P ..
about the place not often seen In the' and to Interfere and to take sides; U no 2 P IU n. Ar................,. .,.."I..A.,....".._.... ,.. S .O.a 0 P 8 P '
$ve.' new residence on soulh Prospect street banks of small to\\ II.. The officers Cubans Spiinlnrds unit ninny I 01 '' V 47 Sit A,... .... ........A".", ",................L.. S 43 1 18 .1 P 'I
The Johnson placenear Jegan Monday under the direction of bank arc K. Borsen president II. B.ohe other peoples. We shall take, pleasure and the affair broke up the services Itt a"t PM 35 45 ..."...........", ,.......... ...L.. S 0.A 1 50N'o S 8..P
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20 acres the Junction. Splendidgrove. Rev. R. N. Cale. The foundation: pier lace, vlcc-prcsldunl; C. T. ; King In recommending publishing your a convention Insult "I In tlii'HU of liuulx. ., of for acrimony tbe morning floating and around/left a good Moat dent of ;. : -:, :'". .. nI B.n. : I. ,: :'I .. S..lnr. B.. .". S

were laid last Wl'l'k. cashier. The directors arc K. Borsen, svrordHmon to Holei't one representative of the blame was laid on tho man of T' I I .ib no Rm,uiiiu I I.,.--.s.w.....es I....'.,......"..'. t 101 10-"I". T1t j.,,i it V f sue un ,tlitiiiilli.Ar.i. I 0,,.
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The family of C' T. II. B. Race James C. T. lightning rods who In ; ..,. .", c.." ...... I r.. 10-al Ar..Manrord.,.Lv.IOO.m
_ King cashier ul Harvey King| their number to engage lltlx nllulit Hint was stopping I I"" : /Ri ... ... :; I"" 1! .. """ ..-.
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he bank, will not conic to Crescent and M. II. \\hlte. The Crescent Clly yon have put upon 't tho S\ hul". I'tuml- the town over Sunday. He repudiated o o S
H. READ Connou.oni m. .! Knlgttl' Keytlh P. 0 5. g. Co. ".y WeM .ml H..mm. C,5.. ,,
M. It and bad 'o
See hot words and .
bly them on Monday
City until the holiday lime. For the stockholders arc L. R. Hawkins W. R. among one may be found

!Mr. Is Saunders. Tlios. C. worthy of your steel." was arrested for using profane 'lan e#h... nun, TAHl.Rs how lh. ilm*>* Nt which" ""n. mmy b. ...Jto .rrtv. ivieS d. .1..
present King Darby. The Lounds .
Crescent City, Fla. living at Grow Hall *utton. .hot ,,.1, mrrlv*! or d.p.flr. .Iinin.. *,. !I. nut .u.r ni..d ( Com..n/
It and fined $7. Up to the ,,. ., .0 D I
moment .
Drug Co.V.. B. Campbell M. H wits plain tbnt the FI'elu'hllllln guage il' for y tlvl yofln? "".5.nfl.rll lnu Tfrom.UK .
The Aumack ,
collage on Soulh Main bud he was fined be was defiant
no of
White C. I.. Chamberlln M. 1 II. Read conception the satire In ( CUI'Y Uf I hilt LOCAL I IMK CARD OittuiiIKII. INFOKMA I ION "alii THE TICKKT -
street, now the property of Ernest Jcal tended. "1 referred to citizens of Then be changed to paid his A"KT.
: only humity. I I I. KAHNKH. G.noril' Pam..n.SCant ST. AUOUSTINB, PLORID4
and which has lately been remodeled Miss Vlrgic K. Smith !Mrs. Sidney A. tho United States in'nlcu," he snld. One and apologized ni around. .

: READ, and put In excellent repair has bee Dai by and Mrs. S. B. Shaw. "Do I understand," Inquired Tlsdnle, There was no one In the town of S.iJALI3YCOMPAN

1i1 rented to a family from the north. Card of Thanks. regarding the uiim haughtily "that you Hlcksvllle wbo really knew n lightning -. . - -
i decline to permit other Amorlenns to rod man's other side or wbo even suspected -

The steamer Alligator an old 1 timerand Rev. and Mrs. It. :X.; Calc wish to be Interested In the defense of American that he bad a second side I '

i Crescent City, Fla. once the property of the late Dr. G. hank the people of Crescent City, also honor?" there had been a note of warning

F. Sprague and later owned by Chris. D. rienils at I Iluntlngton and Seville, for "Xot at all. I will meet any ono who would have been sounded wheu thin S I FORSYHTAEET ATLANTA A

Wade of this place turned up at the heir presence situ many acts of love may be named as a representative." man changed to humility They accepted Everything; Machinery Mill Supplies CArVied Stock S
j The Howe preperly'Crea.cent dock "Then, m'ulou within few months his attitude and his S 4"c in ;
last: ;Monday morning after an abscncc "nil kindness, during !Mrs. Cate's recent a : espreaslols.and We have the most -
i HIll"-18' now on the mar. of about 15 and possibly a few weeks you shall some of them even shook bands S I Or
years. edlous illness. of MAcHtRYand MILL..
ket. hear from us." with him and forgave blm for bavlug .
Jim Seymour an old 1 colored cltl/cn Renn,1 ;Mrs. R. N. Catc. m PLIES IN THE SOUTH, BUT Wg
; Particular attention given to < Tlsdnlo handed him his own curd such a dog. lie went away and was BRAMCH HAvE ,
HOU3E. OUR
OWN OFFICE'
of the place now has a very neat home and the duelist absent for three aud then .
soon after with n step days returned S
Cre,cent City property listed I Slightly Colder with Snow. { 1 ? tll[ SHOW THAT VJE HAVE f ES&
In the Babylon suburb with a good worthy of Don Quixote left the cafe. to say that ho felt like doing THOU&ff
FECTUY .SATISFIED, .
with '. f' \ CVSTO hula Rs
me. 'Vliun that kind 01..n weather
see
you WRIT&
None something for the church to
of
many thrifty orange trees many of our party thought at the people S FOK E '
I forecast knuw thnt rneumatismicnthrr AND PK.ICEBT CANSAVg
-- you time of pursuing the matter Intending show that no hard feelings rankled In : CTAL
N\M which arc In bearing Seymour l 11 farther
an i i 1M at hand. Out rnmly fort iAl\J loll | -
the bottle or Hal- that tbe man might wnlt till his soul. There was tbo old S
employe of( Preston-Miller: Co. now by ucttinit moetln1
iirrt'H,, Snow Liniment. Finest thing the day of doom for tho action of the house It needed painting UI. fAruH rH.'OURtIUjIIYIS S

For Sale! Allen n. (Long \\ ho for some months I mule for rheumatism. chilblains, "convention" and a challenge. But der Its shadow his dog had raised a -' I

has been traveling a part of each week lost bite sore nncl still JolntH und later three of us.. Tlsdalc. Monroe antI row and created temporary hard feelings h

Soulhfield Hotel for the wholesale grocery firm of Zaring miHCles nil adieu and jmiriH.2iic myself met In Homo n't the season and he would beg tbe privilege S
the Parson. FOR
NOTICE
Trapping PUBLICATION.riepurtinonl
Bros., Jacksonville has made such a Ma() ntul $1 M) per bottle. when preparations were being made of paying for two tresl coatS The .
William Morris did not always net of tho Interior
Croaoent City Flo prnperty of Estate has been Sold by Ackerninn-Stewnrfc Drug fur the carnival. "'blle'e were there proposition fell thunderclap/ S
( success that he assigned larger 1 IsIs Jokes right end brut. In n blngrnpbyof
mill H.
I Co., J. Haughton.LAKE M. CornIer at Paris received tho following on tbe town. It beat the coining of
Edwin Gl.bort). This property ocnuplt'S territory and, will now be on the road her husband Mri. Edward llurni U. W. LAND ten AT GAI.ISV'LLI. FI.A.Hcptumher .
ill of Block one-half of which has a circus all hollow. All tbe church
II, I epistle: '
COMO.Mr. IHth,'lMra.(
all the time. Jones tells of the pose with which tsp 5
much
grapefruit. tangerines and orange trees pretty General ManntiKla In Roca, having been I folks had to do, said tbe donor was to reversed then .lr NotlrJii., or florwtilk t la lionihy\I' glvnn Florklii.tlnit .Tnnses Onlo: ,

_bout 2UU trees !Miss Edith Culler has opened a kinlergarten and :Mrs. Mlddleton of Horlcnhe. elected to avenge the Intuit east upon get together and decide on tbe color lImit, I"M. Miulu lluuiunU.iitl l' who, No.oil IIMIU Juno, S _ _
A dinner had all been askIIIR Kntry
The Ho'el Is fully and elegantly furnished and Americana by M. Jutea Gamier pro- gathering I -,"" I Crete, .
school at the Presbyterian Ga., are visiting their children !Mr. and ho would furnish the paints and N""I.r ) for 1. tf Hilts n.
baa 14 lu pent lila complIments to M. GamIer und ronnndrunia. HBCtlOll 'thuuhith| |> lit' Rouge' 511 l lI'liMt'I'lilliihiiuBi.o
running water rooms
addition! to bath. store room.I parsonage and her sister, Mrs. I'omeroy \Irs. D. B Ra>'bon. will be happy to meet him at the place tbe paliuters-sinipIe as ABU. "Who killed his brother Cain?" nskellnurneJones. Moi'hil.! ,hit n..g:: hlll l'tt: notlfo

klwhene. w. u.. has arranged to take pupils for the advanced ;Mrs J. D. l\IiteheUspell1 several d.iys and data namerl by the pan-American A meeting of the church people was ( of' Iltllth., to iniiku ,Final I'ominutntlitn
dining room,. pantry smoking convention convened to nominate a do- I'NtnbllHli vial to tho 'liinil, nhovuili'Hc1'lbiHl
loom and halls. grades who prefer not to attend III !Si. Augustine recentlIr. >. render of American honor. This data of called for a certain night and they Morris fell Into tbe trap at oncu.Abel ,' h.ro. thl t'lnrk or tint' Circuit. ,-

Cottage with 8 bed rooms, parlor. the two daLly sessions of Ihc high and ;\ and Mrs. \..... L. Gable and son i-is- meetlns; la Feb. -. and the place la the were there to the last nmn and woman ]" be shoulcd. .I COU'Nuv""llr.. nt "Inlk.1'".. 'IOI'hl,. on the 4th slay _ _
library dining bath ai.d, Eternal City Rome. All knew tbe Issue and all had come WitllOHHimi, S
room. kitchen ited 'Palalka recently. Later In the day be came In Inuifb- 11. ... 5 1
olonot grammar school.At prepared. Tbo question to be settled KtlKfini n. rlulit.of Norwulk. PlorlOll.
-furnished flret-clans.. Possibly M. Gamier may have winced : : ,
H. Hard,
Large barn suitable for livery stable. a meeting of( the town council lust: A new l packing>: house Is being erected at this wholesale appropriation, of was one of color und It wns a dead' log."I trapped t the parson. by Jove!" be JoNciph Hnrvpy.5 ol,,.,r of of Noruulk Morwnlk.I Flortdit.Klorliln.I

Enquire' week the resignations ofV.. C. :Norton; ear Ihc station. place and date by the "conventlrm," for easy ono The minister presided us I'xclnlmed. "I him, 'Who killed JnlH Joiiun, or'i Norwalk, Florida.i S

and C. J. Hunter as marshal, :Mr Young ot Georgia Is the guest 01"Ir. there was some delay In his reply. was eminently proper, nnd ho arose bin brother Abel IRkl HtNHY..I.HUBR.

M, H. READ, Real Estate, as mayor accepted., President. B Camp and Mrs. U. B. Kaybon. Finally a note came from him addressed to say that of course there could be 'Cain' be said at once. J"II. .r. S

Crescent. If were election for Mrs.( R. II. Blood entertained on the to General In Uncut and appropriated but one color for n frame meeting 'flu:1: I sold. 'I knew you'd 811Y NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Florida. called special
City, bell has a 22(1 III honor of her nephew, I.amarCnr- by Tlsdnlc stating that since tbe house. That was white to represent I hut. Every one does.' I came away IH'pnrtini>ntof LIsa Interior
Vedncsdiy ,Nov. 17th to fill the >'a- the gentleman celebrating occurred purity. The lightning rod man could
'on, young affair hail at Purls that was and left puzzled and I U. K. LAND
& incics. Those talked of for the mayorally ils 2 hi birthdav. An elegant supper tho proper place to settle It. But If a be notified to have his painter on band doubt If he's bIO found out lnough.yet what the OVClcSAiJAty55ylt.Lit urtobw Cut. 11011. FLA..
:I
.. Spra.cer:: : ore .K. M. While and K. Borsen. was served and was greatly enjoyed fund were provided for expenses for next day. Was there anything further joke ,." H Notice, In !hori'liv jjlvnn UnitMllluui I r>.
It of
The evening as spent in playing gamesnd \ 5 Korunlk, Florlclit, Him, oil April I
Both good men. rides Those himself and his second to Rome ho before the meeting? lillh 1KIH, iiuulu Ilollu-ntuail Klltl'V, No.
Dentist. moonlight boat pres- would waive the right to fight at Paris To tbe good man's surprise, tbere usua4 :i IHiTllllNumlllT: UI1I7SI for Ixit'l 5 tS'h'S
The ladles ot( the V. I. A. have been cnl were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mosjar!: : Not Qualified. lloij 1 tO,. Miuili.I Rimim stI i mini. S
--- Miss Cleo I and come to Itome. wns. Deacon Tompkins arose to say TiilluluiHmio I M".I'lh', ". hills ii kid notice
r. week filling "Ir.! and 1 Mrs. C. C. Sullivan Two men were getting warm over a of in.
busy during the preparing that while art wits In Its Infancy In I 0 iiniku Muni I commutittloii
who Proof.
Onta at Bealilanite, on Proapoot Street :Motujsr Miss Susie 1'lskc of Pomona: TUdnlc was rich. at once wroteM. simple dllTvrenre of opinion. t..tnll Clltlltl tO the

CrsMent City. Florid nterlalnmcnl for the H.illowc'cn and herbert Flake of Pomona and Fredrecis Uarnlcr Inclosing a check for the this country n plain white meeting turned, In the third mnn. i'U l IMrOI' thuDlnrkor tliu llllUl I I b".Cdurt d.erlb.ut ,S S
They
... lobgoblin party at V. I I. A. hall tonight (; of 1 ruitland. expenses of himself ami second to :' house did very well, but art hud ml- Isn't a hn".mndl alrnwberry shortcake )ha'i'll,'iuttkit, Itmii.' riui'liln.oll h"ltll Oh'unJ tny NovlMii-

St. Johns It t wouldn't do to tell everything they I D.: B. Raybon led a very Interesting Rome and stating that bo need give vanced. Meeting houses should also better I bun n cherry pie':" demanded Oliimlnt iifinieHitiivllnc
River by Daylight. have In store for you, but Its enough lo league meeting Sunday evening. !Mrs. himself no concern on that score as ho advance. Speaking for the Methodist one ot them."isn't Ilnrvoy: ,, It. 5uiri.%Wrluhc., : of. of Noi-wnlu.Norwnlk.: Florida.

The Beach & Miller Line the entertainment will be .1 creditto J. U. Mitchell sang n solo and the reomark. and his second would bo the guests of contingent. bis choice was chronic yellow hnmpmnde, flurry rile better JUKitph Joliiur of Nornnlk I Florldu riorum., I
say by Mr. Mlddleton of Georgia, the "convention" while In Homo and for the body of the building with I UulH) Join's, ci r NorMitlk I Kloi-ltln I .
will S
all than t HIP
and tru!
one any
the association short(0Iee1" Inquired ihiNItyMt)1tU5H.
were greatly enjoyed.Dodging dark brown for tbe steeple and the
Steamer CUESCENT. sent back to Paris by Its agent Presuming otber. K ulHtor.Natlro .
.
enjoy. doors and window casings. Ha would
that tbo Frenchman was not .
Tbe third man shook his bend. '
-- !Mrs. George llulchinson, who under a Slander.During move that those colors be adopted.Deacon of Appllontlon Tux Illicit.
well endowed with Tls "
worldly goods, "
Uan Jackiion brought IIIon 1 don't know. he xald. 1 rd. Notice
>nieonTiiaadayaTbundayanilSatuniayi the hospital In St. a milt for stander Williams 11 hor.by"lvon 'lust \V. F Reed
to that
,\cnlanopcralionnt Intimated that fund bad been arose hope of ,
dale a tin certlllcnla
Cleveland Plain Denier. piirchnnor 1o.-
at ':M .. for Uraen Core wits
m. the 'Xdtl..1
of parties
Patina, crtwoent Augustine several ago at which Ohio town one subscribed for the victor Gamier arrived no ono would second tbo motion. ::,, lL day o" July: *. i'. I'.KjT' ii,, Ha I S
and Wa
City principal : uiirtltlcRtu ollleo ,
magistrate ,
oskpel by I the (presiding my and liaw mails ttiillcittlou | 5,.
UndlntaBeturnlnK.leaviiaCraioantolty- time a tumor weighing pounds was that alleged you The Tripping Tongua.
"la It tr''. '. us that a color for the nmbmwii tho ,
soy pea green II'
has Iall e.rlll.llle
and
now little Frenchman In well
Wedniun.Frldayi emoted is recovering had stolen a preserved r.h'"IIK
on elnr..1 hut 'I. hlllllllSIlIlklllS! with of darker "Henry reck, you're n fool! proi'iirii .lla.d In i-oiiiuy -
body. I..nal
aDd I llulchinson ill suit of clothes the day before trlllll"8 green. i'torIuiii. 'to-a it:
Monday al 0:80: a. m.JooUoovlll. left the ho.lIlI"Irs.. \ ?" didn't seem to think so whet( 8'u
your poeketliook would be more lu the \UI Iu Iron plat unction SB, ,
harmony townnhln 14 0
date of tbe carnival
will
.wharf tootof Laura Street visit her daughter in J.nkson\llle as "Your honor." responded the man.i : titus prescribed ) I was single." run so'Jll .-I ond 22-Sun sore.
: surrounding landscape
I 1'Pb.De l isffll soon ns she is able to travel before( returning did not IIn so far an lliat. I merely Ho was received by TIsdnle Monroe strangers from taking tbo oldl1'eveot elder\ mill "No! you never showed what n big 'rlo.llll..d l .Imliin iicli, oortllci\to aesmspul! In at tho tha name dst, of ol .s S

l*>lat.a ... .., had not assisted and myself as representing tbe "convention" fool until Mr. A. \V. .
wliarf fool of l mon atr to DeLttntl.-Det.nnd :News.; ,aid linn Mulklns for the meeting house IIo didn't advance you were yon married me. Hawkil. t'nhes >aia cartillaiito
In the hotelIn dIsh ba
best
HIP porketboott I and lodged r""Ou,1 I law, tax toed
---- for \ Etcbnnge. wcDr.htl'o 4
Crescent went on the alPin I looking pea green as symbolic of the will I..ll tl.'oon day of Nov.,
E. Tlsdale
T. The steamer l..ChIt'agoot'd : Rec- Rome. assumed to act as
CLARK Traffic, Manager light have found Baptist faith alone, but of nil faiths. ,.p..IU'8. 55 5
marine for repairs last Tuesday and second for General' la lioca and assented "''y.0"!"'"! nnd aeal I Ihl"
ways Not .ltnntlf
__ Jackson vllle. Fla. Herald. It even took In the lie an Umpira.A tIle day of I iwiu.
Ad'entMts. W l 555
will be absent from her ruth some ten to tho use of piers. Tbe would move as nu amendment clergyman startled his drowsy (Ho l| llKNBY 'I OX.
pen green
Crescent City Transfer Co. days. In the meantime ihe steamer Before and After. ground was to be outside the Porta for chrome yellow. Deacon Jones congregation the otber day as follow: ----5------Clerk olr.ll court. .Iun..m, Co.. Klu.N .
the fiibIOflnbl4youutg St. Sebastlano! (gate of 8t Sebastian). -- -------------- -5
taken
has frivolous beloved
Clcveden from Savannah Slip vvii.4 n said that he represented the Presbyterians "My dearly trle"tls. permit "tlce of Aiipllcatlon 1 for Tux

oete all trains at Oiesoint City Juno"on. Crescent's place. As soon as the repairs woman wit b beauS galore. but on the Applnn way. In the congregation and that mn to remind you that I come here to Notlua In hereby given' \el. P. Genoa 55
S
made on the Crescent cull mini with I only II small I t Incomeeemml M. GamIer was Informed that a win the Presbyterians bad decided on lead preach not to act as umpire in n snoring I"rh."r. of tux c.rtlca. >o. *5, dat
Night trains have been dow had been engaged for him and his day of M.r.h U. )
by "
appointment. )2.
h.
the JacksonvillcCrescent I to lie the tuvortte."Yeuli color for the body of tho building and ; match. Hlad .ll cortlilcate In my ,
B. U. both boats will be on to work hard before second from which to witness the car- a".leotol, tor lax deal lo onl.oand. .
LABBEE. Manage"B. with steamer each burP dark blue for doors, casings and steeple Bald ftil"
a tnbrnaaa
festivities. the
City run, hIs uothpr.ud ilval oortlle.'e
,ou win Ihlll Itlrl. nld lie would move his colors as anamendment The Explanation. l"wlnK itcrituud' ItO"ory ""1"U"1 In
after Wo three America escorted the Siorida. Ilh.a.0 s.
way every day. ".\ l u good l'inl "iirdi-r you to the last amendment and Fred-Tbere seems to a lot .llly., tO-Whtu
Graham and (family: of( who Frenchmen to the window provided.The b IOI'etuss su.4. euutlou' township 121. ruing
B Col. Geo. T. OIlMwl''d l hIS father .. 2
Nero
HARRIS win t r" be hoped that no further time would mode of MIss sluicing than '
week andre street below was full of revelers. A.I 'Cl,., said land
about.
last beIng
arrived talking aiueiutitl nt tin S
ilitta
C. of
Lexington S. klll'W what he was be wasted over the mutter. Miss I.s. and I am sure MISH K. bus list IxHimnca of nnch

Barber now settled In their new home on ----.- Presently a cry was raised, "General But isis hopes were dlnapp tinted' by far richer voie. .ll1ck'Ab. yes .V. nouBult nKt for trench; cortlllcQle. 1'nlMa.al' In the lame or'
: tlaiinagla In Itoca! Down tho street cute alinll l ho nulonniaa
stales Poemi. according to law ;
Graham Mil laoTobor
Main street. Col. The lightning rod mini was appealed( but MIss A. by fur the richer '
CRESCENT south this little gift. rmnii.kilt came n little old man with nu Immense D"l".lK' "rM>n "" l" StiLt" dNY" tWltiiui.il 5S
CITY.
his law practice In I.exinglonllndColumbia ""Ia I offer you to but he replCI that It was n qtiox- rather. \ 5
Ihllt sword riding a donkey Intended oninlul
my nlKnatnni-nnrl
; will necessitate his return lo .. of of ton to be entirely to tha congregation. the' *l4h day of HonlDinlM-r. Al II. luiw.' aral thin ,
"lean n-le' take presents for a caricature the age : ,5
shop and a clean, sfttlnfac- until about -K (' liii'- I never Mada Sure of the Pie. t3'ali| llt.NRV kuri'HIMHON.
tory Shave and Hair' Cut South Carolina lo remain chivalry As he paused the window A who Clods CIrcuit ut. futniiin Uo. Fin.
girl
KuaraiiJeed. ,rolll It was left to them. Meeting after young carried dinner
Try which lime he hopes to Tu book of he received by the crowd with l.r i
of was
me. tf Christmas by -But lit only II copy my meeting was hold. but oue gave uvus observed to eat her pie Hrst. '
of his time here shouts of laughter jeers and cries: 1t -l
cable to spend most poelDs." way-the more the more When nuked why she replied. "Well.If NotIce 01 Apsistu'athon for Tax IN-sal.
family. All appear pleased I will accept. I thought "Salve. (hull General. Mnnnagla In meetnJ lln>re'i, anything left It Ntttuo' Is .' "I tlnS 1W
Southfield Hotel with the "In that COMe acrimony the the less won't b Slap (irr, phlrt'tiitia'r 'us : ,

with the place. 11 was somelblog rnlnoblp.FlIellendoBlolter. Risen\Ve! were standing boilnd neighborly feeling. When It lund |"I tu'. will It. now?" lies. ,hsl'd.l",1. Silo let : of ()'. A..r' \1.N.s _ _

Crescent City Florida. Mrs. Mary Scott Miller and Mrs. W. _ ? Garnler Alol'rlconl aud hilts second when the reachnd that stage, which I did In hnun.d. "pplh'ol..11.rlle.t. II thsut 5155', ftUO.I
Votlcoof Application lor'I'nx l ioeti. I,, ". SI
Season from I the about four months that not a Methodist .nrln'.. wll law. Miild. ,' i-tir"Jit -
190910. Benhum as a commlltoe For l It. punned and after noting that Nutlra I In .""I .
D. The Place general hereby given that C. W. >"c. 10In.III".rl"'"
would lend! n Baptist his wheelbarrow ,
I'.p.rty
Rot, t. I went to Jacksonvi early was advised by ho duelist at hint understood the un nrr. piirelinmir: of (rtllluat I N,,.' Situuttoci:is S
a $ : r
& club nyT
Musician : old Scotswoman and ilntiHl ewi. ;: 'II
per day up. that An her not n Baptist would borrow i-lit llio iHt of .1 uiy, A. l>. tier, hSwi4.of. : toWhusiulp' ,;
for .
Weekly the week to purchase a piano minister to take snuff to keep tll'ee quietly withdrew, leaving him flatirons of the I:utHlllixl: :: mlil I'urtllU'nta: t In my olllua. n.r,
In n St
: and rates on her Il'eSb.tN'hln lute .I. ,; : \ Tlirt ., lx
monthly of the club: dur. during tbe sermon. Sheanswered to view the carnival nnd light General lht'piiuiuit| for tux Splat In : "hll..nl .1111"1 at tht diuteof
rganl/alion. !Members self awake good minister sent lu his resignation, I'is iwrhiisiu. wttih eurO ., of"w"' V"ir m ,,, ,
dlnna ye put "iI:\ : : I to .
application. have earned some mon briskly. "Wby Mnnniigla: In Rocn at his leisure. Wo the meeting bouse wan closed nnd only ihtiii'hCii Lit' toiia-i. property ti.l UiilHMMHUblcurtinuiitH
lug; the summer mon?" of the affair and .lulrlI'n I..tl.n" v. 1'.rldn.'o-Wlt' riiil.iniiiud ai.oonllnit to law, tax' ,tei Twill
S. the sermon heard no more came ., : : S
In
A. KINNARD, Proprietor. with generous contributionsro'rrT the snuff last summer It was ull'ooed by n cyclone 1. tnwnKblp I., rango iCe lesulo, Iherwm on Site lt.hitl tiiuy ol Nov., A. l"
America to ii I i, .
and lack to laolve,1 recommend i"-iii) lt'ris.'rIse '
tt !Mrs/Gilbert nnd Mrs. PhllUpt, Shake.'Wbat all that when and left a wreck. The lightningrod Hiilil' in ml' bi'lnii neeasol nt ol Wi.".. Dy o.l'lnl anti seal thIs' '-S
to our
tHl The countrymen .t.d.t. KllnllQr.
Fronts Lakq and J>ark- treasury warran when man was about the only man, that tt hi,iHNiiiiiu'u of Hitch rprtlllunt I In '
f Pleasant l money In the club' did you say laat night American honor Is to be defended In had to Ha could to t.1 W. <; Hiirron.: ITnloin' niilil' uurtlllcutaxlinllin ( S lacashi StitNity ISIJTI1H1NI.sflN; .
The say. ; ; ;
Rooms Instrument. him? nothlnt nlol'd 5 riiiItsl I m'cnrdlnif to law,tax ttd will Ch.rk .
Its own Ulro.IHJolu" t'utmitn
with thecode In dur-
owning to merry accordance vogue Fh. _
In now Jock asked you be I Hmiu the lo. .
on duty of MOVUIIIWli Jiv.".
he V.Itislle .
.j Cusine Unsurpassed. ganlation promises to bu acute shook my hend." hIttbe of chivalry It be left In the Ii 'her 1"1'01. 1.< ---- U. _

__. .,.. ._ "I ?"-Bos. al i nnmi'iny olllolul
;;-- i ?! an*'>nii. enter and down innds that distinguished swords .Ignature nmlmnl this
'-- or up of Notion of
coming winter a" "Sldewa1 lui luthdiiy ictnlvr.I A. 1>. \vvt Application for Tn. ,
nOW is Ion Transcript man, General Mannngta la Roes. nIPER'I' C'l' UIUESTIOJT tHi'itll I-S EN ttY HtlTHiHINSON. Notice Is hi-raby ItlVPn D ;
the TimeTO talnmunts. York Shock Olrcult Court Putnniii Jo., CI : C.V, 5
ptiruhn
of the !New: ''n. : 'Jrrl o f TIIX orllllom.. I No.
John McCormick, ol.anoneurthof McCormick, piety In keeping aft """ A BANQUKT Menus lass nutrition and In OOI>RAquenre h ._ By"J ( Halli D 11.,Untwd,,,ii rartlllPMa tite bit .duty 01 July oilio.. linff hia

go to Kinar 's for your fruit commission house portion of lost .."rroml.e.-Uermao_Proverb. spread before you would do yon no falls IpsM.to vltnlty. When the blood tholiver "I Ruffpred ha..ull3 from oonstlpnrlon. matte' .rp"rV0? for tux liiTiiy"..So Issue. nn.l In\ hnM so. ,

IIubbS &. Co., .pent a rood if you couldn't ""t.Vh"r sperel. blp. ]) relieved oorn" In. Iuatl rtlh'nt" "na.

Groceries week In town looking over the orange A SHAKING UP "ooil 1 can food do child when aa becomes 10nd.,1 proper- ltd srreiiKthenpd the. bovrnls. so that tInted 8.0 010"1 IlpeertIsout' property sit.

on the flrm.s grove I well 0 tar ", She soon as It enters U's stomach Id !is t lion, the dlKPntlnn bpnmups" Impaired l.c.v have beers regular ever nines."_ 5vj.oI tSStb40CttOisI5I I.\ to..ltt
crop prospects bas may all bA very bllt not when ntrn by worms. That' the reason and the' ImwcU c'1stpatpd. lhr- X. tovta Sne aere., owna"1 1"11
i Mr. McCormick are conoerned. will rectify tone F grocer, Sulphur The ,util land Swing ... .,. ,. .
hero. trusts ;
Where properties' fever and ma.larla. our baby Is all Inn. cross nasty I bn. Tex. the al 'h. of
fresh eh\lls\ and 8pr'ta. I 'laauiiiii-a of il"H cnrtin.vit. d." _
you can thiS growerS to antI '
pet stomach .
1l1ltY warm frInds among It comes the quInine' and take areal need and thin. Give It White's 1".r kh.I"J'a. --- ---- -- -- of W.C Itsrrsss_ iTrsioe aah.t II.nAm..
goods!: at the best C ood it 10 not too much lllit Ilerbtne. ( Oh5' Cream expel strengthen the all'.II. \V 20 cars of Ii,, rmh.0ilsiuiusetnrthtgo .rtliont. .1 ,
possible VermUUII" I wi early
of Crescent -y onr.-B..lInrd' tIns tnfuntsnew ANTEDAbut I ts.tie lipr.on s, tis ; .
price thnTsts firm \1m handle more hRrmlul drugs stud I Is, R8 o.r- hn 1 for the Imprnvtts wel Oranges (Sweet Seville ". Tu.1U.4P. A : l'4o5ishs.r: -' _
no lifs and vigor to whole ,
tRllia syi-
\Ve
to soy thl
want all your 01 this !st'Ction. If It doeln't cure' hlld. l Parson Brown and to W4nesauoy S. 55
the crop toxos. 50) bottle. Grplrul .m"lal.llnOt..a".at
elg! <4 and chickens L site season taut gel as tuolael back. This remedy Is for sale by Aoker.manStewart tests cents a hip right away. Spot b.uiloi. !, I .I \ til. _
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estimated that yolt Drug Sold by AckArmau-8tswart Quote RY 'JnlION' S 5
I It by Aok..rulan-"llew.rt Drug Co., and J. H, DruM lowet pike. Address 11.rlruIHo".s ,
Hubbs It Co. Hold: Co. and J. U, Uaubtots.. : O. R. Grease \ S I_____
McCormick, Haullthton.
ilaughtou. ,
output 0 the Co., and J. H. ,I.nllt fl. \ RV.1.Q.tlisU.D. ,

S. A. KINARD. I.groves hire will bo fully\ 23.000 boxes. I ,, S. __ __ _


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It I The Palatka News-' Poor Farm SoldJ _E m e_


The 80-acr farm on Malletta Island, /) ,. 0
and Advertiser. about two miles from Florahome station, .
which the board of County Commission r YouCanGet \ :-.: (
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enbought last February for the "
f :. S.,.. '''''''. of converting the same Into a poor purpose farm '

UI. SHOP IN NEW YORK $ City l itliig and f for the maintenance of county paupers, I ,''\< ", '' .
>app
,
a plan that, was later abandoned as lmpiacllcable / 5W !>-, .
, has been sold. Them Only .
,
Personal. mention.II. ;;
= ,
:. :. The name of the purchaser Is not given I .
t ..... ........... for various reasons, and neither hai 1 ,,.' .. ,; _
the deed been filed for record. .(.. .:;, ,:-
: and Pay in Palatka. \ T. Mann of !Mnnnvillc was visitor Chuliman L. C. Stephensol f the board, ::C{ .. (

:. : In iho city Tuesday.M. however, that Is the the News'farm authority has been for sold 11wsintemnt I/I/!! atBrown's .::,

\i 1 !. S. Brown Id convalescing from an 1& P" @j ,
nllnck of fevur-of the mild Tho price paid for the properly Is $1,500,
sort. '
thi tho
county keeping crop. '
IlIssIllude! Whltlen of Miami Is the The county paid $1,350 for the properly J

:. :. guest for a season of Miss Gene l>cnrn- last February, since which time there I "
side. has, of course been some expense, and 1.! I,
the wilt whole '
out
county scarce come f
County Commissioner Morgan ISolinnnnn -
though the mistake was not particularly '
of Banncrvlllc, was a visitor in Iho costly. I 1 axvt :: ''!'
.
:. : city Tuesday. Pulnam county Is evidently not yet

.: That is What One Can Do By Miss Lucy Gardner returned last Saturday ripe for the adoption of the"poor house"

from an extended visit In Grcnt plan, and Its paupers, evidently, have not I The Best "College Clothes"
Britain. reached the stage where they retfulre entire HatsKnoxis I

: :. Trading With Us. Mrs. Louis Kalbflcld has so recovered support. At least none of them, a phrase that is shouted from so many house
during iho suspension of the pension Iml, in the long run becauseKnox that it
from her Illness n |to be able to go out system would make application for shelter Cheapest tops, we use reluctantly.

Our stock is so large, our assortment so sonic. on the (IIrm. rm styles I III eminently correct and And yet "KUIIN-MADE" YOUIIR Men's[
Rev. Dr. Clothes ace "really truly"
Rosborough of DeLaiul will i College Clothes.

:..- varied and with our new addition No. 218 :... Sunday.preach nt the Presbyterian church next Distinguished Guest. W. Ivnox quality makes for satisfactory! ser They reflect the latest vogue in the great nniversities ;; -

Lemon St., gives us several departments, so Miss Laura Clay of Lexington Ky., I), of the country. ,
Contractor Smith has begun work on will arrive In Ihe city the middle of November vice, Nothing starched'-and-eHfF or "fashion.
that one can do as well right here in Palat- the foundation of the now I'utnam county platey" about 'em have \ J J1m
:. :. court house.P. and during her sojourn In Jacksonville A large stock of Knox Hats to They the styli. that

.: ka with us, as they can in New York, or any.: she will bo the guest of Mrs. l, tho latest blocks ill ia real, because :it's subtile. Yon Bee n. but
from
select -
D. Watklns popular turpentine Frank E. Jennings at her lovely home can't define it.
other city. The only thing we are short on operator at Putnam Hall was a business in< Riverside. Derby andSoft* lImits' you I
visitor in the city yesterday. Miss Clay will go lo Palnlka to attend ''I r "
:. is in the price. We save you 15 to 25 per :. Ihe State Federation of Woman's Clubs Z _
Hon. S.
Illlburn has
J. been out of the
cent on any city's prices, and sometimes city most of the week, trying cases at which 17, 18 and will 19th be held and there will on return November to this 1 L Fall and Winter CLO' THING For Men and Doys

more. Luke City and other points.C. city and visit \Mrs. Jennings She will Weight Now ready for inspection.

.. S C. Curllss has rented the residence speak\ nt the Woman's club on Mond'YI 1Qj @
: tint of !Mrs. Hater on Front street. Mr. November 22; her subject /l REMEMBER We are sole Agents in Palatka for the Celebrated <-l
Our Curtlss expects his mother here in a few Service Reform. I
Ready-to-Wear ]Miss Clay Is the daughter of Gen
dayi.A Clay of White Hall, near Richmond I, CRAWFORD SHOES Correct shape-Full Wearing Values.:
:. :. collage on Laurel street occupiedby Va., who was minister to Russia under J Jrown
Department a colured man named Tom Jackson, Abraham Lincoln's administration. Miss
was badly damaged by fire at noon last Clay has traveled extensively and Is a

Sunday. most entertaining woman. She Is the S B TheClothier
lvt. t
:. Is the talk of East Florida. We have :. Chris. Stanton Is contemplating the auditor of the National Woman's Rights ,

.: all the newest in this line. building of a new foundry and machine Association. She has been prominent. Palatka Fla.
shop ou the river front, la lake the placeof in various work In Kentucky. She advocated f
Ladies', Misses' and Junior Suits in a his present divided business. changing 'ho age of consent
from twelve to sixteen and It was
years
:. great variety of colors and styles. Rev. Wm. Wyllle will conduct a literature largely through her Influence that the
class for the Woman's Club next .
change was made. -- ---- --- ----- -
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Ladies' All-Wool Sujts, from $10 to $60.A Thursday afternoon promptly at 4 Miss Clay Is a charming woman, mind -
o'clock In the board of trade rooms. will be most cordially received by the The State Federation. IIIII'tw' ::,11I":, '" IiltliL5Lit., .1II1.iJIIll, : n IW JII/I11'mi.IIDIIIIIi.1illllllllilI/ :9Bt4ikN5itlIp: / ,'! 1111'oUt.' .,'il1I11 !r

:. large range of colors and sizes at $15 -_. The Earnest Company has arranged ladies of Jacksonville, especially the The execlltl.o board of time AVomnns S J. T. IISRSETI'. Fr... 5%'.E.Oh'.ltOW,Vlen.pnu. DAVID rrcw t tH

: to $25 that would cost you 15 to 30 per cent. .: for the services of a high class dress friends of Mrs. Jennings, whose guest Fortnightly Club III arranging! the entertainment .
maker who is to come from Baltimore she will Times-Union. of the Florida l'cdornlionVoninns Palatka Automobile & ;'pny"Mitchell" ; I!
.' more if you bought the material and had Md. She expects to arrive the coming \ Clubs! Is pleased: to advise the Supply ,

:. them made. ( :. weilc. Earnest Co's New Depaiture. members of the club\ thai II lias been
.'< vf
: S. .: Mr. and ;Mrs. Albert To/er of Tacoma The Earnest: Company Palalka's en. found necessary dollnr to levy member an nssuismont to defray !/ l and "Maxwell"AUTOMOBILES
only one per
line of Skirts is not ;
., Our equalled any- Washington, will arrive next week to terprising dry goods establishment, has the expenses of (lie convention owiuu
spend the winter with their
where. Come and make your selections :0 Mrs. Hart Gibson Jr. at Vlngolf daughter East Just arranged for another advance move to tIme large mombershlp mid to I lIme fund
: ment. reserved for this purpose from year to
.: .: Palutka. As will\ bo seen by a notice In another year. ;
The new veneering plant of the Sel- column of this paper this company has The club Is most enthusiastic regard. flurine and Stat 101"'r.\ Ii
den Cypress Door Company Is now In called for a meeting of its stockholders\ ing; the convention and will\ put forth Qasolitie KiiKines niulSupi "
working order. This on November 20lh, nt which time the Its that :.. :
department gives every effort to so entertain guests "! I
early.e6Utqe4f employment to a large number of additional capital stock Is to be increased from they may carry home with them. a pleas >lit>s.it .
men. $10,000 to $20,000. This additional lint Impression< of our city and of Its pvo' Plumbing and 8hel1IN'"

8 "W. P. Slaughter has purchased the stock, the News Is Informed, Is being pie. The I'nl.Uka club ranks high among; U'orkJ .
residence readily taken by Palatka business men, the federated clubs of the Mali for In
of !Mrs.Villiam Speck on Emmett -- and the chances that nt the cOIning
are chicork.und when time convention Repairing 1Spf'cialty.. .J
and
Laurel street!, and !Mr. and the entire amount will lm\c -
meeting assembles on the 17th! of November; mny
Mrs.
Slaughter moved into their new been subscribed In Palatka.
home the city be In jipple pie order so far n;.
I yesterday.Mr. Some three weeks ago the company the Individual effort of Its cltl/cns an, Palatka, Florida. -
and !Mrs. R. Raymond Price have secured a lease of Ihe store room adjoining the strenuous endeavor of the most vfflcienl II!

________ gone to Shell Bluff on Crescent Lake, Its place of business on the east, street committee :able lo put It. '' '
1JII.'IIII 11) 111 III :IIIrIIIi: ; ;:um'IIIl'rllliI,1II'1; ,, JI it II m \\1//
where Mr. Price has Just fitted up a nice and from which an archway has been Perhaps' there may not be culled this
:) home and where he is superintending cut through the brick wall. year, officially a 'Cleanina-uii; ( day,
:8 :218-220-222-224; Lemon Street. limber operations.A The purpose of the company in securing but let all In this season of fall housecleaning Why H. Was Dt.f. ; : -,. r.tI; :
this additional store is Scene Stable of Sl'ollh,1IIIneo DJi.U1LE
room now combine lo make var upon \ : Inn.
, Block. great many men have found em made apparent by Mr. Earnest who nuthorlcs Landlord Is Our Splendid Display ""I
rierryday ployment In Palalka the dirt in the street In the same way as In busy repairing a |ileie off
< during
1'0.1week the statement that by the mid Iho kitchen and the It lilt bnrnei, and Is
hi parlor. not ell I'r'injf on at the sump'
:. response to the Item In lastweeks dle of the coming month the company town merely nn extension of tliu home? lime a conversation wIth the village High Class
News which told of the demand. a
f 0 will add a department for tho sale of !
Reali/lnff lhit: in each convention held
,
But more are needed. "hlneksmlth Enter farmer
misses and children's fine shoes. :
lad.le8. In the city Ihe hospitality and .pride. 01 Kiirnier I. ,
Mrs. N. E.Iiller! Tills department will be under limo direction ink here landlord: C'nure :
\ has purchased the its people' are put 10 a test, the club bespeaks '
J. R, Cone residence properly on Kirby of Mr. J. II. Hickcnlooper the for Itself cooperation III this enlertuinment gle me n bottle o ycr best whisky MillineryDelighted
J For Hard Roads. street. It was reported lust: \\cckthat present manager of the Western I'nlonTelegraph timid for Its guests a right LnucJlord- \\1'1'1, ye see tIme horses
1 A Wedding of Interest.The anotlicr had secured Ibis properly, but <>office n ho Is one of the new hearty welcome from nil.PRESS. are a' out an* I dlnnn ken when, ony 0' .
At the recent meeting of the board of following wedding announcement that was a mistake.Mr. stock subscribers in the Earnest Com REPORTER them 'II be ha me. nil v\ho (trended =:

county commissioners, the sum of $7,000was lakca from last Sunday's Times and !Mrs. R. F. Ad,",. returned on pany. mer-It.s no a horse I want; It'sa our opening reception. h4
for ronds Mr. Earnest states that it Is the
appropriated use on in Union, will be read with much Inlereolhere Tuesday fioiu !Massachusetts In which purposeof bottle o' whisky, \Ve sold many Ijeiiiittttil

come xarlous from purls the of the hard county road ,fund the same and beniK to. resided, here tho coming bride formerly' state Mrs. Adams bus, spent the, summer.I stock the*and company a thorough to carry assortment n complete of First Baptist Church.w. Landlord-Aye; but ye see, they're a hats, but ar% still adding

In addition( lo the $100,000 of hard "On, :Thursday, November II I, nl I 8 I ler 1.ler.Irs.! L. Eaton, of Crescent sItes and widths, and be In a position to C'. ffisTF.n/ I'Asron. pulil bit nwn', an' It'll be late before more. It is an even till\ ''i'j'

road money raised by the sale of bonds. o'clock in the morning!:, Miss Sa>a Kid City, also returned.Mr. serve the trade here as II has never been Sunday School at 9:15: n, m. the OrAl 0' them's back. display and there is .nhvuv 1 ,
Of this $7,0110 the sum of $3,000 I Is lo dick Powell will bo united In marriage and Mrs. Luther B. Curliss who served before. Preaching nt 11:00 I : a. m. and 7.311: ( p. m. Farmer (lnmiuieri-i, tell ye. it'. no' a something nsw to .attract
lie used on tho rond from Palnlka lo I'cnlel to Mr. (Raymond J. Camp. The wedding ha'u been lining on Fuint street, have The steady advance of the Earnesi Morning Subject: "The Creation." horse but a bottle o' whlHlty, I wont. l l ladies interested in fin'1, mil
and $1,000 each for road districts will occur at the home of the mo\cd to, and will make their homo company III popularity In Palalka and KveningSubject: "The Lords Day." I.nndlord-Weel. ye see, the beasts 'II :t
No.; 1, 3I ned 5. This money Is imme- bride's parents. !Mr. and Mrs. John C ,vlth ex-County Clerk Joseph Price on I Putnam county Is accounted for in but Jr. B. Y. P. U. nt 3:31): ) p. m. be tired, an'FartmmerUang- i linery.
dmtuly available. Powell 1706 Silver\ Bircut, Springfield. North Third street. one way. The company has been ever Sr. 1 B. Y. P. U. nt 6:30: 1', m. ,'
awa 'wl' an' REMEMBER ) !'hlltv
ye yer t
able to supply Ihe high class mcrchan :
"The will be Everybody In' lied. Come nnd worship
ceremony performed by -
Notice. Rev. Mahon. Mrs. E. E. Jenkins has gone to disc demanded by tho people, and there with us next Sunday.Georg beasts! also have u fine stock md->

The regular meeting; of Palatka Chnp- I "Immediately after the ceremony, Ihe Charleston aids a brother., S. C.,',Ir.to Jenkins make her leaves home by check the growing tendency to Exit. lee light weight> \Vinti' I t:
$lor Order Kdsicrn !Star in Masonic llall couple will leave for a wedding Irii largo circle of friends in Palatka who a send away for goods. It Is a business Ulacksrnltb-Man, John, je're ge tin' derwear Hosier Glovuintl l
;-';O2., '09 at 7:31): ) p. m Important buslncas. don the East Coast, after which they while willsvIslt enterprise In which all patriotic' Pa- III. and the Wigmakers. ns deaf as a doorpost It wasna a )
her notions
regretting departure of all kind.
Mrs. Alice E. Haskfll.Vorlh will go lo Carrabclle, here they will her a long and happy life in her Itttknns' take a pride.Manhattan Wbeo George III. ascended tbo horse, l..it n bottle o' whisky tba man t:
\ >' Matron.( reside." new home. throne of England his wealth! ; subjects was askln' for.LamllordOu.. : tIi

Last week's Issue of the Golden Theater Co. were beginning to leave off wigs aye. I beard him fine Forthetleri ,
Age and to appear Ui their owu heir, "If but be dklnn' pay for the last bottle be
published In Atlanta, contains an excel. The Manhattan Theater Company I We want them to remember -
lent portrait of Rev.V., C. Foster of this will close a week's successful run at (he they bad any. An the sovereign was got.-Pearson's Weekly. that clean dye nnd
bFor city on its first page together with an howell Theater with Its performance of himself one of time offenders! the per t we ,
address recently delivered by him lo the tonight, Saturday matinee and Saturday uke makers wuo fen red n serious Ions The Ord.r of the Bath. re.blockalt kinds of Straw.Felt .

Masonic fraternity at Rodman on "What night. of trade, pri-pnred n p"tltloll In whIch The last KnIghts: of the Bath made Panama and Stiff hats

Masonry Stands For." The engagement of this compammyshould they prayed his majesty to be graclouHly according. to the ancient forms were nt

A. Wilson of the Wilson Cypresscompany do much toward advancing :Mr.llowell's plunHpd 10 "RIIUVR his hc>""d" for the coronation of Charles II., when Miss Kate L. Lucas

: JW Rheumatic has Just purchased of the Is standing as of a manager of Thecominny the \good of distressed workmen and various rites and ceremonies one of
composed ability
.itfency in this city a 34.horse power people wear a wig ns his futher bud done before which was bathing, were enforced. !
4 and their presentation of the varIous .: 1Txrrr1Trm.rr7rm!
: cylinder touring car of the 1'MO Ram- him.
According. lo Frolssart. lbs .
plays essayed has been, from the public's court .
,and bier. tubslantiul make This machine Is I a most and beautiful standpoint, most enterimuinin .' The attendance When the petitioners wallteil to the barber prepared n bath and the can --
that
I 4' PainsAs had only been one I has not at all limes been, what loyal paliice. however. It wan noticed didate for membership In tbe order.
on exhibition four
days. the met Us of Ihe performances deserved that they wore no wigs I HxMiiHPlves." bl1'lnlbppn undressed by his esquires. (!JIt "itebgtinUftlSEWINO! :
'v. ,
A. Walton has Just bought a second To-night the company will present, As this Deemed unfair to t tbe ntiluok-' was thereupon plnred In tbe batb his
Mitchell touring car of the Palalka "Hearts\ of Tennessee." At the Satur ers they seized several of llii
//A, 5 % Automobile IwidlngproceiwIiinlMts clothes and collars" being the perquisites ,. MACHINE.);
&
'h Supply Company and day matinee will bo presented "Jack of ami rut their haIr
t hick ho will keep for public use. His Diamonds," and the closing performance with of the harbor []e was then removed ROLLER BEARING.
first car has fully demonstrated the prof Saturday: night will be 1'hos.Dixon's nay Implement that came most readily from the water to tbe words HIGH GRADE.:;
itableness of these machines for taking famous play "The Clansman." to ba ad. "May this be an honorable batb to

drummers lo out-of-town points and general Tho !Manhattan company will\ not disappoint Prom this Incident arose a best of ;you" and was placed In a plain bed
livery purposes. Palalka theater goers, and the curious caricatures. Tbe wooden leg quite wet and naked to dry. As soon

Contractor L. S. Johnson who Is engaged !Sews predicts that their coming performances makers were sold to have especial as be was quite dry be was removed
In remodeling the house at the will show a growth of popular claims on tbe klng'n consideration, Inasmuch from I be bed, dressed In new ana rlcb

corner of Oak and Fifth street and mak appreciation. os the conclusion of pence bad apparel and conducted by bis sponsor

lag repairs on the house of Capt. 'V. M. deprived them of a profitable source to tbe chapel, where be offered a taper
Boyd, has arranged to erect a handsome Died Among Strangers. of employment: hence the suggestion to the bonor of God and a
penny pier
residence In East Palatka for S. S. that his majesty should not ;
only weara to
Browning. He will also build Several J. M. Vogell proprietor of (he Casllne woodeu leg himself but the bonor of tbe king. Tueo be>
louse[ Casllne Maine writes the News enjoin the went to tbe monarch and
collages In the same place: (orIr.! people to follow his laudable kneeling
Browning. !Mr. Johnson Is also figuringon hat James 'V. Owen, a colored man, example. before him. received from tbe royal
we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the muscles oilier new houses In Palalka.J.inn's formerly Putnam county died at that -- sword a lap on tbe shoulder tbe king

and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold T., Joseph J. and EdltarIc.! ilacc on August 1 lib and was cremated All Profit ezelall1lnlt.ArlAe. Sir _." and then

easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood limbers Grady, brothers., of the. Denver and it August Mount 19th.Auburn The! Cambridge!News lias !Mass.?no recollection on "No flume of talking," drawled the embraced him, sayIng "Be thou a good
Crescent City section wore In the city freckled youth on the roadside fence knight, amid true."-London Strand:!
of
the the
up muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache A\cdncsday, having just returned subscriber lo man Ihl.pnper.Ie Owen though\ worked he wasa "thnr certainly a lot of money In Magazine.There .

with astonishing promptness. From !Si. Augustine/ where they went to at the hotel where he died. If this cattle." -. -
lake Will second son of the first named
of the brothers meets tIme eye of any of his friends or "III time stock raising business Is no use of Hunting
Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. to Worley's hospital. relatives in Palnlka or Putnam county younsinnu
The young- man. who is but 17 years of they will learn of his end ? asked the tourist. nKJU'i'i.'; ': for! t PIMMI| to your "JN
!Mrs. V'SIft!. If. DIKIII., of Mann's Choice R.F.D., No. I, Pa., writesj.. age, had n stroke of paralysis recently "No, not exactly but II you limit nmh' you could I
MC.IHO; scud ale. a bottle of Ioan'. Llnlmatit for rheumatiam and stiff joints. u-lilcli has rendered the \vholu lower an automobile 'lot "11,1,1!lt unvone who, could repaIr" ytiiirliun
It 1 In the bust remedy I over knew for I can't do without it." portion of his body helpless. An Approaching Wedding. I rnn over that spotted calf a few min 'KIOEi":' tlmnn **comm "* '"' soy Low tulli by buyfoj this

Also for Stiff Joints.Mr. Ou last !Monday evening the hospitable Announcement lias been made of Ihe spectacles utes ago and the man with the big .nd SVanntsdta, .... the BIOYOI.M) BUHINKHHliWv reliable honell.t
"
over his "c\y
homo of !Mr. and !Mrs. M. S. Brown, on marriage of Miss Emma Coxe to Mr. eyei got out and tho they w..n.10 Supply anyone With high grade' lew-
MII.TO, WHEI "I am clad to say thlll Sloan's Liniment has done mo more good for stiff pretty reception given by !Mrs broker of Jacksonville, the ceremony lo "Five dollars? That's not so much E. O. EARLS log
joints limn: anything I have tried." take 10 o'clock for a good sized ..17 Lemon
ever Brown, In celebration\ of the founding place at on the morningof calf. Btroot Palatka.. Florida.' GUARANTEE.
of the order of Pythian Sisters, of which Wednesday, Nov. 10th, at M. Marks "Yes, but mister, the calf wasn't STRONGEST
order she Is the grand chief for the slate church in this city. mine. Now If I can only stand Have you ever tried Gralnger'i gro. Machine Co.
of Florida. The evening was pleasantly Miss Coxe the accomplished daughter front of another calf while be In cerles? Finest and freshest In the city. National I Sewing
Sloan9sLiniment passed In conversation and other diversions of Judge mmmi Mrs. M. I. Coxe, has been over Ml be gets run BELVIDERE!, ILLINOIS._
right In
It "
and of Ivlng for the several In be \gosh. -CbI-
the large number guests past years Jack. cage News. NOTICE 1 Parties desiring to
present expressed themselves as having sonville. She expects to reach l home build houses Notice of M..tin. of the Stockhoid0"0V
can
pent a most agreeable time. o-morrow to remain until after her Tha Nak.d Truth. lots from Martin get special Griffin.priceson Th Enrneit COr'lpaIl1'

marriage. There Is an ancient fuble of (the Earnest
which Stockholder
tells lQ15.tfNlo. To the
St. James' Methodist Church.
I us that Inltf'aled' :
on a summer afternoon Truth Company.!and all persons
H. DUTILL PASTOR.! How's This and Falsehood set out to bathe togeth .., pure Georgia lan: Syrup TAKH Wirsl That on NovemberJOth.

Next Sunday the service will be as w. 011'..One Hun<1reil Dollar lUtwunl for nnyeof er. They found a crystal pl1t up III "Ir-flKht cans, 2 Ibi. 16o 190'.ot 10 o'clock a. m..P"BCII
allows i r..- Cnirrhih' tuonn..t b.oared by UsII.C.I"rrll spring rbey'betlied 0 lb.. Silo; 11 Ibs. 70a. Ou..rltnt..pd [ i store and place of business of the.
In jneetlngof
M the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma. 9:15 a. m. Sunday; school. our.1'.1. CUr'lEY a. CO.,T..le.'o. 0 the cool, fresh water nod hit absolutely pure end fresh, at A.to I Company In Palalkn Florida I wlli
Orphanage Day the last offering for Falsehood, emerging first, clothed the stockholders of said company
W..tli un". ( '.* hi. known 9.J.lluwy herself O.IIIIlMr' Olden jut. Grocery, ''
tism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises & ho orphans for 1W?. I.OP "lml"Ml lujr. .arn,.saC belie' ... "him, l>.rf.wJymnoriti la the garmuntu of Truth and be held for the purpose of laklnr.nc s1ock
and Insect II ::01111.> m.-Preaching by the pastor. "ltt In All buHlum'rantm tlona &UI anon. went her But FOR RENT-Furnlshcd slimy action lo increase the c.pU.1 l .
Stings. way. Truth
CISC
I dally b.srrj alit any obllftniluii iucJby unwilling a'lortmonta. Ten ThQu'tm0'Dollar.
3:001": m.-Junlor League. bB) to Mrs. f. I of said company from ,
put
Price 25c., GOr., and $l.OO at All Dealer The children are all Invited to bennsent firmWAtMtt' KlNHAJf h :MAnVIM. on tbe garb of Falsehood de : to Twenty Thousand DolI"rs,' beheld
and take in the "Sword WhutcBttltt Dru......, Tul. part lanlfnld< and for this ,
!Bond tow glora'a i,.. Book on Horw.. Adtlrm* weak, run-down? purpose
_4il'_. Drill." Hall.Oittitrrh. Cur 1.*taken ,tnirimly) "in ting hood wears Truth's fair white rulJes.I I n..dltch.? Hromaeh by said, 1 stockholders.THE ..
.oTT d I motif upon tlio bl of
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. 6 30 p. m.-Senior Epworlh Lvgu lb.0,eMmi. ,TrfltlmunlalM' r..... I'rldtTOo" so that many persons mistake her for rl..11I ??.. of 'Iltsy "*", Porrtook EARNEST: COMFM'a Pre.ld"nl,
7:30: p. m.-Evangelistic service. per bottla. Sold by all dru..'_'.. Truth's very self, but poor Truth still Blood Bitter to,",. |uSsr| and .,??,. Ed. M. EABMEUT:' ,

r -1 J Seats free and everybody welcome. Ta.e.aall'l Family PUU for Count pmtlon. \goes Daked. j 1,aeh blood, prowot.1! dl eltlon' purI4l' the A. K. E..IIII.T, Secretary.. II).Z..".









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